Elizabethtown Area High School - Elizabethan Yearbook (Elizabethtown, PA)

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J J " N v ,xg 2 x s 2 I 1 ' 1 x 5 5 r , s Q 4 X 4 ELIZAIRETHAN o 0 M ew! X 99 The i 195 -f' 7161 A fr-e fl f' fr X Elizabethtown High Sohool - Elizabethtown, Po Ani op JW n,.l'pQlwi9A',JbL25"-'yi wk6wWJ H 50 Jo VK 6 W 3 ww af ,JJ oy MPM 'W' mwywgf VM MJ wjbfwgjn kg bwwwff Tb my WMM tb ww ,jan LLM?-din fww ff ww llXnq-.ix , ,JY e Q ' ox Ov i f W x GM crap in t AM x. fff'f.k3"'fL' Aw! dx ff ' WJ -DWX mfg, :ASL mxiovw Q W , ,, 1 Q LM 0.175 9 - 9-WV' V. on ,J ww , 'f gli Ellzabethan Admlnlstrcltlon Seniors Classes Sports Act1v1t1es iw avi, . . . A 8 ' . H . . 20 . . 54 . . . . 64 ' ' ' . . . 78 Ads . . . . 98 ,K J Clem MISS BELL WE, THE CLASS of 1950 dedicate this yearbook to Miss Erma Bell. Miss Bell has not only helped us but also our school in so many ways that we are taking this way of showing our appreciation. As business adviser of our yearbook Miss Bell has worked with every one of us, pushing and pulling. until our yearbook became one whole. After school, or in any of her spare time Miss Bell could be found rushing to get our work finished. An amateur photographer of no mean skill, Miss Bell has recorded many school events for posterity. Her bouncing vim and vitality make her a top forward on the faculty basketball team. As a teacher Miss Bell is liked by everyone and is one of the best on the staff. Miss Bell just doesn't do anything, she does everything! Miss Bell's attentive expression is typical of her enthusiastic attitude toward everything she does. mere Kreclif id ue 'le MR. JOHN J. WINDISH WE. THE CLASS of 1950 take great pride in dedicating cur yearbook to Mr. John Windish. known to all of us as "Coach." Mr. Windish has worked with our fellows at football camp. in school and after school. giving us not only one championship team but many champion- ship teams. In football, basketball. and baseball. "Coach" gives our boys what it takes, training and spirit. to make our school go down in the history of sports in Lancaster County. Mr. Windish is highly respected as a teacher and as a citizen of the community. He not only promotes a fine athletic program in the school. but in the com- munity as well. He has been influential in organizing a community playground program and directing a church basketball league, Many a small boy is waiting for the day when he may play on a team under "Coach," a fine leader of boys. Coach Windish gives a chalk talk on one of the plays that made his T-Formation team champions. AIHIIXISTRATIUN X X C Akfg OUR SCHOOL BOARD consists of civic-minded men who consider the viewpoint of the students, the administra- tion, and the community in making their wise decisions. Seated at their monthly meeting are Mr. Wilbur Weaver, Mr. Jay Risser, Mr. Paul M. Grubb, Mr. G. Reed Alexander, Mr. A. K. Garman, and Dr. Troy M. Thompson. Mr. G. Reed Alexander Mr. Paul M. Grubb President Vice President MOU! g0CU"6!- THE MEN BEHIND OUR SCHOOL MEN WHO WORK for the good of the students . . . Responsible for the new football bleachers, the im- proved lighting in the grade school, new electric scoreboard, and many other improvements .... The seniors owe these men a debt of gratitude for approving their senior class trip to Washington! . . . hold their meet- ings every third Thursday evening . . . two new members this year are Dr. Troy M. Thompson and Wilbur E. Weaver. Q3133 Mr. Jay Risser Dr. Troy M. Thompson Mr. Wilbur E. Weaver fi W. ijiffmalz, gzemo e . . . oun SUPERVISING PRINCIPAL OUR EFFICIENT supervising principal . . , one of the new neighbors on South Spruce Street . . . an active member of the Rotary Club . . . excellent singing voice . . . directs the Reformed Church Choir . . . annoyed by students who take their time about returning report cards ...' 'You don't mean it!" . . . hunting and fishing enthusiast . . deserves much credit for so capably guiding our school. From the looks of things on his desk. Mr. Ebersole is kept busy in his role as supervising principal. ff, 3 ,f Z1 r' . j gdlffleflii . . . OUR HIGH SCHOOL PRINCIPAL A man who's often seen above school is Mr. Clemens, our keen and alert high school principal. OUR PROFICIENT high school principal . . . interested in the development of the teaching profession . . . plays golf to a tee . . .trademarks-a pipe and a bow tie . . . pride and joy is his daughter . . . ardent sports fan . . . strengthened the scholastic, athletic, and social stand- ings of Elizabethtown High School. ur STAOO! Warmd anal Wadferd guicleal uri Alton H. Eppler ALTON H. EPPLER B. S. Kutztown College. Muhlenberg College Science, biology and mathematics teacher . . . noted for his tests . . "This so-called-" . . . stationed in Room 28 . . . enjoys tickling thc ivories in his spare time . . . travels to school in his model C?J . . . booming voice . . . flashy wardrobe . . . has a deep appreciation for quiet students. Wayne B. Blouch WAYNE B. BLOUCH A. B. Elizabethtown College Teaches history, psychology, and economics to the senior high . . . faithful teacher for twenty-two years . . . keeps close watch on Home Room B . . . loves to lean on the old top rail in his pasture patch . . . "Cut out the monkey business" . . capable Junior Hi-Y adviser. CHARLES E. GOOD HART A. B, Millersville State Teachers Colleg- Teacher of shop, mechanical drawa ing, and blueprint reading . . . drives a call called the "Peanut" . . . an assistant teacher in homo economics when there's food around . . . favorite pastime-taking little Carole to Gene Autry movies . . . lives at "l-lighpointu on the Ridge Road. Charles E. Goodhart Kenneth Grosh KENNETH GROSH A. B. Elizabethtown Collegi- M, S. University of Pennsylvania Our capable guidance instructor . . . also teaches 8th grade guidance . . . a lifesaver to students in distress . . . family man . . . adviser of the seniors .. .when a teacher is absent. we can always expect Mr. Grosh with one of his guidance tests . . . excellent Senior Play coach . . greatly interested in dramatics. MISS LYDIA E. WAGNER A. B. Elizabethtown Collegi- Teacher of ninth and tenth grade English . . . extremely active in church activities-both an organist and a Sunday School teacher . . . pet peeve -- Home Room 2 this year . . . "Quiet, please!" . . . kept busy as a capable adviser to both the journalism Club and the Eliza bethan Literary Staff, Lydia E. Wagner Willis E. Seiders Melvin E. Warden May Dulebohn Erma M. Bell Joseph Sedule .lane Hunsecker LU" SCA00! 6lI"l'l'lZ5 CLFLLJ CL5fQl'.'5 WILLIS E. SEIDERS B. S. University of Pennsylvania English instructor . . . made an ex- tensive tour of the West this sum- mer . . . enjoys airing his views on religion and politics . . . cultured . . . fond of gardening . . . interested in drama-has written and directed plays of his own . . . dislikes run- ning up and down cellar steps to keep the fire going. MISS ERMA M. BELL B, S. Elizabethtown Csllzge Teacher of typing, shorthand, and office practice . . . untiring yearbook adviser . . . sacrifices the bliss of sleeping late Saturday mornings to travel to Temple U. where she is working for her master's degree . . . basketball hot-shot . . . fond of lit- tle children . . . amateur photog- rapher . . . bubbling with fun. MELVIN E. WARDEN B. S. Shippensburg State Teachers College Math teacher . . . commutes from Rheems . . . loves nothing better than a gooey sundae . . . proved to be a very efficient and well-liked adviser to the junior class . . . likes to have fun . . . watches over Home Room A . . . another faculty sports fan . . . keen and alert manner. JOSEPH SEDULE B. S. Penn State Excellent teacher of chemistry and physics . . . "Now, get this-" . . . blond curly hair . . . loves music of any kind . . . ever hear him play the sax?-murder! . . . extremely enthusiastic basketball rooter . . . keeps well-behaved Home Room 20 . . . enjoys messing around with his chemicals . . . a swell sport. MISS MAY DULEBOHN A. B. Millersville State Teachers College Teaches algebra. plane and solid geometry, and trigonometry . . . ala ways willing to help puzzled stud- ents . . . favorite pastime is cooking . . . "That's six of one and a half dozen of the other" . . . appreciates good music . . . keeps good order in Home Room 27. MISS JANE HUNSECKER B. S. West Chester Our new health and physical edu- cation teacher . . . guardian of Home Room 5 . . . goes in for sports in a big way . . . "Which way to Biglerville?" . . . often says "uh-h-h-h" in class . . . slave-driving hockey coach . . . hard-dribbling forward of the women's faculty team . . . energetic personality. fx f ukf 'Sa f, v' 4 1 , ,, I Noah M Kla John .I Wmdu if . AX, s ' fi 1 K or iq ii ' - , K, , f , rw -fu 3, V., .. - , 555. ' 533 , f V' L 5 Q E Q., W V L , 5 5 ' QQ -L. 3 ' 1 n ' P, A , , f . 1 ..--...Q , ,Mm a Q 5 Q - , ME. 2- . in r Aw Lg ., f i ,M Q Qui' 13. If 0 4 Q22 5 ' 1 1 x, 6 :r-:I-:L .'.b .,. ,. ,V I, ...'..",.f,w-' I .- .,.-..-I ,-.fp -. 1 QA.-N. ,G ,,.-V.,--...-. N JI: ,,.-.,, .... - 'I"n.Z2" ' f,,'-...vi nu-.w .-g-,-n:g!.'4-- 513225-5 If-' ' ' 3--1 k ' W 'ff . - -' ,T ' Q... 4 N . X H. lulwwww was 'wa 4' . y A' ,AAJ Mabel Miller Joseph E. Pefrillock Miriam L. Mengel LU' .SZAOOK 6LI"l'7l5 CUQJ 6l.:5fQl"1f MISS MABEL MILLER A. B, Lebanon Valley Tall . . , stands watch over Home Room C . . . teaches 7th. Sth. and 9th grade English . . . "Any ques- tions?" . . . junior Tri-Hi-Y adviser , . . hates to wait for the bus . . . takes a teacher's holiday by teach- ing Sunday school . . . summers spent traveling in her new Plym- outh. NORMAN E. DIEHI. B. S. Elizabethtown College M. S. University of Pennsylvania Teaches geography and math to 7th and 8th grade students . . . celebrat- ing his twentieth year of teaching . . . wears a different suit each day . . . faculty manager of athletics . . . avid follower of sports . . . new in' terestvlittle son john . . . drives a Pontiac . . . always up to the min- ute on current events. Norman E. Diehl JOSEPH E. PETRILLOCK B. S, Bu M. ED. Penn State Art teacher . . . has a great interest in stage designing and interior dec- orating . . . forever rearranging the art room . . . "Oh, those flashy ties!" . . . tries to keep the 11-2 art girls straight . . . takes frequent week-end trips to Philly . . . art adviser for the yearbook. MRS. VIRGINIA B. ROHRER B. S, Indiana State Teachers College Able home-economics instructor . . . kept busy with church choir, adult sewing class. and girl scouts . . . enjoys knitting. crocheting. or any type of handwork . . . "Are you peo- ple getting as much work done as you are talking?" . . . pity the stu- dents who forget their sewing. Virginia B. Rohrer MISS NIIRIAM I.. MENGEI. A. B. Lebanon Valley M. A. New York University Teacher of languages-Latin and French . . .our efficient librarian . . . not only appreciates good music but is an excellent pianist herself . . . directs the Junior Class Play . . . keeps watch over the library home room . . . warm smile . . . spends a lot of time with her flowers in the summertime. 1 1 I If l 0 7' .JV 'ad' I ,"N e ,gfjg L'J'?l' 'ml f 3 px 1 ima.. swf MARTIN W. BARLEY Our friendly janitor . . , former football player and present day supporter of our teams . . . the school is his second home . . . often seen quietly and efficiently sweeping our corridors spic and span . . . our thanks to Mr. Barley for his wisdom about locker combinations! MISS ANNA RUTH HESS Our cheerful and efficient school secretary . . . writer of many tardy slips . . . also takes care of attendance records and requisitions . . . assisted by senior com- mercial students . . . enjoys doing her work on the new electric typewriter . . . Girl Scout leader and Camp director . . . smile for everyone. DR. C. STUART SMITH Makes physical checkups of all the students in the odd-numbered grades . . . makes sure that both the students and faculty of E. H. S. are kept in tip-top physical condition. MRS. DOROTHY BAKER Assists Dr. Smith while giving physical check-ups . . . sympathetic . . . usually found taking stricken students home in the taxi . . . renders a real service to the school health program, CLCU MII . - LTA Mr. Diehl and Mr. Ebersole get The faculty had fun roasting their dogs top row seats at a pep rally, hefore the downpour washed them out. Allowing the sun to warm their toes, but hesitat- Miss Hess sits Indian style and Playing hide-an'l-seek, ing to have the water cool them, Miss Brandt and catches up with her knitting. Mr. Petrillock? Miss Barnes relax from their classroom duties. 6024 .,,,- 1' - gfffgff-A "' ,uf 'ri M .:f'Jf'j, ,,.: . , J, , 'Q if vw , x mmm?" 'l 1 W., ' ,, i' if' i I' f l,x!1ijl ri Judging from the facial expressions of Mr Grosh Need a new manicure Mr Eppler Mr Seiders and Mr Eppler and 'Vlr VVarden Alls right with the world look the Suuauon Oxer All K z - 4 ,gwfwxh f 4 -4, 0, , Q f 1.2, i ,V ffyff , I ,M ,, . ,.,, ,,', , r V. 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MR GROSH Our Guldmg Hand THE sENIoRs devote thms page to the best advlser a class could ever deslre Mr Ken neth Grosh Mr Grosh has not only helped us choose our vocatlon but also dlscussed our personalltles future posltxons and jobs He has help d us declde our future alma mater whxch mcludes endless conferences hllmg out appllcatlons securxng catalogues ard prcduclng tests As dlrectol of the Semon Class Play Mr Grosh whxpped up a dramatlc cr atlon from practlcally nothmg The posltlon of C ass advxser gave Mr Grosh many a headache decldmg on jackets rmgs announcements and cards then finally three days wxth 75 semors our class trlp For all thls we the Class of 1950 g1ve Mr Grosh our deepest thanks Tir Grosh m QFXLEVNS Nancy Rxsden ln regard to her future plans As dlre tor of the Senlor Play Mr Gr sh gives professxonal pomters to hls amateur actors 64,56 Qfgfm ER President PAUL BELS . . . Paul possesses the fine qualities of leadership which made our class choose him as its president presides at all class ' xcellent speaker . . . assumed many responsibilities meetings . . . e . . . proved worthy of his title JACK LAMBERT, Vice President . . . ably assisted the president in all his duties . . . also possesses alities of leadership . well rative qu liked and extremely coope 1 YVONNE NISLEY Secrefury efficiently keeps the class records straight recorded nsactions worked hard for the class lot of credit for her all business tra committee woman deserves a efforts JAY FREY Treasurer calm and capabl ed . faithful class Finances balanc to pay our class in remlnding us dues Collected our S18 for the Washington . . . ren class trip to s a real service. dered the clas kept the L4 f"'x CLIFFORD A. ADAMS V'-Eli In v ty Q00 4 'Y' , J r" f 4- 5 'iffftf ' 'L ' ,zlfg fy ,f I n .K ' N-6. 1-F '+'L .- 1 ' w a s ff,:.'95' 'X : 4 , .,. .521 9 ,, .. 8 ,ii M if ff il 5- "CLlFF" General Hi-Y 4. Handsome . . . one of our Bainbridge assets . . . keeps busy doing nything . . . spends his money on pin-ball machines . . . pet peeve is "girls in general"-with few exceptions . . . enjoys home life . . . congenial . . . bound to succeed in the occupation of his choice. LOIS J. BAUM "PHOEBE" College Preparatory Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4: Sophomore Mixed Chorus 23 Tri-Hi-Y 2. 3. 4. Five feet two-eyes of blue . . . feminine plus! . . . Oh, no! . . . OOOhhh. gully!" . . . lovely soprano voice . . . looks forward to visiting her brother . . . swoons over Perry Como . . . constantly going to the movies . . . sweet waitress at Lindernuth's . . . ambition-mistress of a farm. it it 4 Cfafsa 0 7950 PAUL H. susan "PAUL" College Preparatory Class President 3, 41 Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Senior Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 43 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4: Boys' Chorus 2, 3, 43 Key Club 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, 41 Vice President 4: Junior Play, Senior Play. Our tall, blond class president . . . well groomed . . . eiiicient . . . that grin! . . . never a spare minute! . . . likes his woman short . . . tops on the trumpet . . . had the making of a beautiful lady as "Miss jimmy" . . . likes all sports . . . future filler and driller of teeth. MARK G. BERRIER "SAM" General Football 2, 3, 45 Boys' Chorus 33 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Sophomore Chorus 2. The life of any party . . . sharp . . . known as "The Fabulous Farmer" . . . Ualrightee' . . . loves those unexpected quizzes . . . football player . . . why does he bag during hunting season?-sick?-we know-spends his time at home reading . . . ambition-navy career . . . Bon Voyage, Sam. HAROLD E. BOOZER "CHUB" College Preparatory ,. Basketball Manager 2, 3, 43 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Junior Orchestra 3, 43 Hi-Y 1, 2. 3, 43 Senior Play 43 Journalism Club 3. Our proverbial "class wit" . . . "Oh, those jokes!" . . . puts in time as a stock boy at Grant's . . . plays a hot trumpet in Bainbridge's band . , . ardent sports fan . . . dislikes the Dodgers but simply lauds the Cardinals . . . believes in taking life easy . . . plans to be a radio announcer. 2-il L LOIS M. BOWMAN "LO" Commercial Yearbook 3. 43 Girls' Chorus 2, 3, 43 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2. 3. 4. Darling little blonde . . . loves her 'fDucky" weekends . . . turns K. P. into a hobby . . . cheers the patients at the Homes Hospital by her pres- ence . . . "Hurry up" . . . thoughtful of others . . . favorite institution- Patton . . . the typist of tomorrow. DORIS M. BRICKER "DORlS" College Preparatory Yearbook 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 3. 4: Girls' Chorus 2, 3, 41 Sophomore Mixed Chorus 23 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3. 41 Indoor Patrol 3, 4. Active class member . . . mellow alto voice . . . thoughtful . . . neat . . . always on time . . . helps anyone with anything . . . super basketball guard . . . excellent housekeeper . . . soft manner . . . soulful eyes . . . good scout in all ways . . . usually paired with jean. Cfadd 0 I9 0 fi' 'fi fl JACK P. COBERLY "JACK" College Preparatory Football 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1. 2. 3, 4: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Band 13 Mixed Chorus 3, 45 Boys' Chorus 2, 3, 43 Boys' Quartet 3, 4: Sophomore Mixed Chorus 23 Hi-Y 2, 3, -1: Key Club 4. Hard hitting tackle . . . "joe Palooka" physique . . . detests homework . . . "Holy cats" . . . strolls the halls in flashy shirts . . . enjoys detective books and pinochle games . . . sings a rich baritone in Boys' Quartet . . . whiles away his time at "Tony's" . . . plans a naval career. ROBERT D'AGOSTlN0 "BOB" College Preparatory Football 1, 2, 3. 43 Basketball 2. 3, 43 Baseball 1, 2. 3, 43 Mixed Chorus 43 Boys' Chorus 3. 43 Sophomore Mixed Chorus 23 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 43 President 43 Key Club 43 President 4. Handsome . . . beautiful eyes . . . hard running fullback . . . our terrific pitcher . . . all-around top athlete . . . loves blondes . . . snappy dresser . . . Hi-Y and Key Club president . . . Romeo . . . side line is "WOMAN" . . . always in training for something . . . college bound . . . adds up to one swell guy. DONALD I.. DIXON "DON" College Preparatory Yearbook 43 Boys' Chorus 3. 43 Sophomore Mixed Chorus 23 Hi-Y 2, 3. 43 Key Club 3, 43 Treasurer 4. Good-looking . . . friendly . . . "Ear-to-ear" grin . . . spends most of his time at 205 E. Bainbridge Street . . . "Call me a taxi, Marty: it's time to go home!" . . . despises Masonic Homes rules . . . natural brain for chemistry . . . hobby is photography . . . sure bet to succeed! 25 .IANICE L ELLINGER JAN General Glrls Chorus 3 4 Sophomore Mvccd Chorus .Z Band 1 P Journahsm 'Z 4 Walkle talkle of sen1or class darn good joe' proud of owmng her own car sweet personahty cut up loves to hunt drum sergeant 1n Bugle Corps hort1cultur1st durmg spare t1me a1ms to Jo1n the W C S VIRGINIA F ENCK GINNY Commerclal Yearbook 4 M1xed Chorus 3 Sophomore MlXCd Chorus 2 Tr1 H1 Y 2 'Z Soft manner Ah great' devotes much of her tlme to church work exasperated by bookkeepmg quxet as a mouse outstand 1ng gymnast anxxous to travel to Delaware to further her educat1on aaa 0 79 O JEAN M :sPENsHAns JEAN Commerual G1rls Chorus J 4 Sophomore M1xed Chorus 2 Journallsm Club 'R T 1 H1 Y 1 2 3 4 Commerclal whiz Mr Grosh s efhclent secretary always gnggllng BCIISVQ me pet peve IS Joan s Contmuous talklng mlschlevous spends her after school hours workmg at Grant s Store dr1ves llke mad SGGII constantly Wlth Arlene destnn d to be a secretary LINDA O ESSLINGER LINDY College Preparatory Hockey 3 4 Semor Orchestra 3 4 Jumor Orchestra .2 Yearbook Staff 3 4 S'tr1ng Ensemble 3 4 Mlxed Chorus 4 GITIS Chorus2 3 Tr1H1Y1 2 5 4 Library Staff 2 3 Indoor Patrol 3 4 Sophomore MlX6d Chorus 9 Sen1or Play H1gh voltage when It comes to bram power turned Irlsh for class play Holy Ophelxa wl11zzes through any task you g1ve her her hardest job keepmg qu1et' clever LOVES to play that squeakmg v1ola magn t for teasmv great gal' MARTHA A FARVER MART College Preparatory Trl H1 Y 4 Semor Play Anybo y need a baby sxtterg Mart IS the rxght gurl founta1n of knowledge attempts to wrxte conshtutlon on a penny accomphshed p1an1st Ye gads that h1llb1lly mus1c' determ1ned to 1nst1ll knowledge of Englxsh mto the future generauon VC! +- sr my iw ASKK bus. "--'-if J .ain- ...r 5 585 I of ll n 3 U I - I ' U . . . . . . . I 49' I 1 auf' If' r I , X ll ll I .' .1 N - A ef if y f V 2 W, ik 15? 13? fa, 59" C ll ll ' ' . , , I . I . I I ew I' . , III- I- I I I I I , , I . I . , . . . 11 - vw - v - - - - Y. . , . . . . II s , A- rj 'nag ' ll ll lv Y 5 f' 'r I - 1 -1 II W AA ' YY ' I I . ' I . I- . . . I . D . . . . ,. Q . . . . O V ku.: 5 ll ll I '- - 1 '. II I 5 ' . . . . ' ' ' . . . ' 1, , 9 I I II I I I II I I I r , I I , , "2I?e.f "6 ,, as M c. RODNEY FINK Ig, A "FlNKlE" General Q- 2? Mixed Chorus 4, Boys' Chorus 45 Hi-Y 4. One of the few fellows who can keep his ears open and his mouth closed . . . well-liked . . . witty . . . loves to hunt . . . incessantly borrowing pencils from Joyce . . . wonders why he must get xx I up in the morning . . . big tease . . . plans to be an accountant. HARRISON A. FORRY "HARRY" College Preparatory I is Band 2. 3. 45 Junior Band 1, 21 Junior Orchestra 41 Hi-Y 1, 3, 4: Key Club 3, 43 Journalism Club 4. Small . . . mischievous sprite . . . Romeo of the girls on R. D. 2 . . . "Don't be dumb" . . . the answer man in French class . . . can always tell Harrison by his laugh . . . top trombonist . . . future john Paul Jones . . . hard-working journalism Club man. it 4 4 Cfaoao l90 JAY R. FREY "SHERBERT" College Preparatory Class Treasurer 43 Football 33 Manager 43 Basketball Manager 13 Mixed Chorus 43 Boys' Chorus 43 Hi-Y 3, 41 Key Club 4. Our qualified class treasurer . . . reserved . . . takes a lot of ribbing about orange sherbert . . . good natured . . . spends a great deal of his time on the job at Iceland . . . lirst rate stuf-ent . . . competent manager for the football team . . . plans to make a career of his hobby. electronics. GEORGE W. FROST "SLlM" College Preparatory Class Vice-president 33 Football 1: Basketball 13 Yearbook Staff 4: EditfJr-in- Chief 4g Mixed Chorus 3, 4: Boys' Chorus 2, 3, 43 Sophomore Mixed Chorus 2: Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Junior Play, Senior Play, Key Club 45 Journalism Club 4. Tall, dark and indifferent . . . talks and types in spurts . . . spouts dic- tionaries in class . . . suave and sophisticated . . . capable editor of year- book . . . spends most of his time in the shower . . . could pose for Vitalis ads . . . pet peeve-that pencil sharpener?? in Room 23 . . . ambition- "The Fighting Doctor of Philly." ANNA M. GANTZ "'I'OOT" Commercial Yearbook 3, 4 Mixed Chorus 43 Girls' Chorus 35 Sophomore Mixed Chorus 21 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. Sweet and shy-that's Toot! . . . "Anybody have a Kleen3x?" . . . pretty maroon glasses . . . "Wide as a mile" smile . . . nimble on the gym floor . . . industriously takes tickets at the basketball games . . . lady-like . . . has dreams of teaching young would-be pianists. "GEPPY" College Preparatory Key Cluh 4: Hi-Y 2. 3, 4. Clean Cut features . . . flavors his remarks with a touch of lemon . . . stubborn as a mule . . . honest . . . X snappy shirts . . . never in school the first day of hunting I season . . . "Farmer in the Dell" . . . fiendish grin . . . well-liked . . . our chemistry brain. LUKE E. GERBER "LUKE" General Quiet . . . the target of much teasing due to his diminutive stature . . . a cute little guy with a squeaky little voice . . . loves to play the piano . . . claims his hobby is girls-no doubt . . . the man who wasn't there in school . . . more power to you, Luke! If 4 4 64466 0 f950 4, Q .IEANNE Z. GINDER W "JEANNE" College Preparatory Cheerleading 13 Yearbook Staff 3. 43 Mixed Chorus 3, 43 Girls' Chorus 2, 3, 4, Sophomore Mixed Chorus 2g Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3. 45 Indoor Patrol 3, 45 Captain 43 Hockey Manager 2, 3, 43 Senior Play, The gal with personality PLUS . . . sweet and understanding . . . hit with the boys . . . everybody's buddy . . . pretty teeth . . . makes friends on the cleaning route . . . Indoor Patrol captain . . . regretted wreck of her quaint little Ford . , . reigned as E-town's charming Hallowe'en queen. .I. ROY GISH "ROY" General Gobs of fun . . . a pest . . . likes fooling around in shop class . . . spends his working hours as a feed salesman . . . one-third of the Three Musketeer Combination-Geppy, Gish, and Kuntzelman . . . doesn't trust women drivers . . . wants to be a mechanic. ALLEN E. GOOD GOODlE" General Hi-Y 4: Senior Play 4, H Q 4 Hails from Bainbridge . . . seldom seen without Cliff and Baumy . . . 'A ' ' I . ' loves to drive a certain Chevy . . . dependable . . . easy to get along with .H 'Y N ,ff'i ' . . . lives on a farm . . . dislikes answering the cock's crow . . . would rather hunt than eat . . . disarming smile . . . great as Ma's poor bewildered 'K husband. IRVIN E. GEBHARD gf X, ALBERT GOODLING BERT General Football 1 2 3 4 Basketballl 2 3 4 Captain 1 Baseballl 2 3 4 Y 1 2 Quret well llked our three year three letter man sleepy head hurrles when on hls motorcycle would rather read True Romance than text books Bert 15 an able representatlve of the famous Goodlmg Dynasty of super athletes DONALD N GORDON DONNY Commercial Blond blue eyed and handsome lonesome wolf of commerclal section excels ln typmg sharp dresser Holy Cats' spends hrs summer wlth the swaying movement of a paxnt brush constantly walking up North Hanover Street leaves his lonely heart to th Iunnor Class aaa 0 I9 0 NANCYJ annum NAN Vocational Home Economics F H A 2 3 4 Vxce prcsldent4 Tr1H1Y2 3 4 Pleasant to be around qulet Jolly dlsposltlon n ver raxses her vorce actrve ln F H A perish the thought of getting up ln the morning' spends her time at the Farm Dmer greatest ambxtxon IS to be a good housewife good luck Nan PAUL E GREINER PAUL College Preparatory Mlxed Chorus 2 3 4 Boys Chorus 2 3 4 H1 Y 2 3 4 Junlor Play Semor Orchestra 1 2 'Z 4 Semor Pla5 Key Club 1 Hrs IS more than wrt sllent wlse cracker good stu ent loves those 12' French classes gallavants wlth Martln and Frey plays a mean piano rhythm man for Boys Chorus marvelous actor proved lt ln both plays ambltron travel MILDRED M GRUBB MILLIE College Preparatory Cheerleadmgl 2 MaJorette 1 2 3 4 Yearbook Stafl'3 4 Sophomore Chorus 2 Mlxed Chorus 3 4 Trl H1 Y 1 2 3 4 Presldent 1 Indoor Patrol 3 -l Jumor Plav Semor Plav Hockey 2 3 4 Stunn1ng"' spruce appearance chlc clothes fhrtatlous whrz of a hockev player has a way wxth a pencll and paper horsewoman from a erouchy old woman to a beautiful young lady m class plays church orgamst spends summers at Gretna 29 Q rf Ns-J Q A,,,.-tm 5' 4 "MARY ELLEN" MARY ELLEN HAINES 'U Commercial f Yearbook 43 Sophomore Mixed Chorus 23 Girls' Chorus 3. 4. ' W ' Liquid brown eyes . . . "Holy cow" . . . enjoys taking Saturday night walks to Iceland . . takes an active interest in church affairs . . . hari- working waitress at Lindemuth's . . . quiet, calm nature . . . despises trouble-making people . . . interested in clerking as a future career. JOHANNE J. HAWTHORNE 111011 F. H. A. 4: Tri-Hi-Y 43 Girls' Chorus 43 Senior Orchestra 4. "One half" of the Hawthorne combination . . . has a kind word for everyone . . . perky nose . . . really talented when it comes to music . . . never gets lonely waiting for the Bainbridge bus . . . Dolly's companion . . . g. Vocational Home Economics Q 6 her smile will make sure her success. Cf... 0 JOYCE L. HAWTHORNE - "TWlNNlE" Band -ig Mixed Chorus 43 Tri-Hi-Y 43 F. H. A. 4. -J 1950 if if A Vocational Home Economics Sparkling personality . . . one of our class twins . . . bubbling frieni from Bainbridge . . . always laughing . . . queen of the keyboardfboth on V piano and clarinet . . . "Roddy has my pencils-" . . . will be seen heading 5 wi. toward West Chester this fall. ' - QW' "DOTTlE" Quiet by nature . . . active member of the F. H. A .... small, silent, Q and shy . . . manages to keep awake through double chemistry periods . . . i spends her spare time playing her steel guitar . . . pretty auburn hair . . . ambition is to become a good Hawaiian guitar player. "JANE" Yearbook 3. 41 Mixed Chorus 3: Girls' Chorus 41 Sophomore Mixed .lf DOROTHY L. HEISEY Vocational Home Economics F. H. A. 3, 4. .5 . JANE L. HELM V Commercial ' Chorus 'ZQTYI-Hi-Y1,2.3,4 Cheerful disposition . , . attractive . . . likes to take walks alone?? has so many brothers she doesn't know what to do . . . Polly's companion . . . future dental receptionist . . . head chef at our junior stands efficient in any field. 4 l D . .. . , ..,.. 'I 30 3 align' ...fr-.1 A A.. MARVIN W. HELT "BUZZ" College Preparatory Football Z, 3, 41 Mixed Chorus 3, 4: Boys' Chorus 3, 4, Sophomore Mixed Chorus 2, Hi-Y 1: Key Club 4. Tall, blond, and unusually quiet . . . full of mischief . . . often "sick" during hunting season . . . could enjoy life a lot more if it weren't for studying . . . keeps the Packard in tip-top condition . . . spends summers at school and loafs during fall . . . ambition-aviation mechanic. DONALD G. HERMAN "DON" General Key Club 4: Boys' Chorus 3, 43 Mixed Chorus 3, 4: Rifle Club 2, 3, 4: Senior Orchestra 41 Senior Band 1, 2, 35 Hi-Y 4. Witty, wacky, and windy . . . an apostle of Tony's . . . enjoys swimming -especially diving for Pearle . . . avid comic book fan . . . first love is music, last love is math . . . allergic to center lane drivers . . . great desire to join the Marine Band. lf ff if CAM of 7950 PATRICIA ANN HESS "PAT" College Preparatory Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 43 Captain 1, 43 Majorette 1, 2, 3, Yearbook 2, 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 3. 43 Sophomore Mixed Chorus 2: Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 45 Indoor Patrol 3, 4 Junior Play, Hockey 2, 3, 4. Hear that chatter?-must be our Pat! . . . happiest when dancing . . . scads of clothes . . . flashing eyes . . . terrific cheerleading captain . . . over- abundant supply of energy . . . one track mind with a food train on it . . . shines when anyone mentions Mount Joy . . . beautiful dark hair . . . collegiate future. GRACE I.. HITZ "BABE" General Hockey 2, 3, 41 F. H. A. 3, 4. "Oh, pickle" . . . flaming tresses . . . know any good jokes? . . . a good gal . . . friendly . . . dislikes a busy-body . . . an excellent athlete . . . how does she do it? . . . jet-propelled hockey wing . . . likes chocolate milk- shakes . . . aspires to be a model housewife. PEARLE I.. JACOBS "PEARLE" Commercial Majorette 3, 4: Yearbook 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 43 Girls' Chorus 23 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. "Girl behini the baton" . . . can she twirl!! . . . K photogenic miss . . . fond of clarinets . . . coquettish eyes . . . escorted to Room 21 each day . . . "Don't be A X dumb" . . . quiet? . . . annoyed by bookkeeping . . . .1 L whistle bait . . . will make an eyelcatching recep- ' tionist. 31 26' DODIE General Tri-Hi-Y 43 F. H. A. 1, 4: Senior Play. Happy-go-lucky . . . keeps up the morale of 123 . . . allergic to double chemistry periods . . . book browser . . . capable babysitter . . . seen con- DORIS E. KAUTZ sz .. H H stantly with Patsy . . . portrayed Mary Selby in the Senior Play . . . ambi- tion-to be a secretary. RUSSEI. E. KING "RUSS" General Band 1. 2. ill Senior Orchestra 4: Junior Orchestra 2, 3: Sophomore Mixed Chorus 23 Hi-Y 1. 2, 3. 4. Our "Good Humor Man"---slaves summers at Iceland . . . wolf . . . often seen clowning in a grey Ford . . . slick black hair . . . industrious drummer in band and orchestra . . . takes an Epicurian view of homework . . . Paxson's pal . . . aims to take life easy. 4 if CAM 0 1950 JANET E.KlPP "KlPPY" Commercial lr-A . , 'v ' Yearbook 4. .2 fx ' Q., X ,.. "Miss Shorty" of our class . . . her present ambition is to grow two inches. . . very elificient . . . quiet . . . always on the run . . . active in church activities . . . left wing shorthand writer . . . has her head in the clouds . . . works "overtime" on secretarial work. JAMES L. KUNTZELMAN "JIM" College Preparatory Hi-Y 2. 3. 4: Rifle Club 2, 3. 43 President 4, Key Club 4. Mr. Grosh's right hand man . . . studies hard . . . business man . . . noiseless . . . friendly . . . blushes easily . . . pals around with Geppy and Gish . . . maker of the famous Kuntzelman's Ice Cream . . . drives a new black Chevy . . . plans to go to college. JOHN P. LAMBERT "JACK" College Preparatory Football 1. 2, 3. 4: Basketball 1. 2, 3, 4: Baseball 1. 2, 3, 43 Class Vice-president 43 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 41 Secretary 4. Is that a horse or jack's cackle? . . . tall . . . sharp dresser , , I . . . cut-up . . . goes in for sports in a big way . . . three-letter man . . . Daggie's shadow . . . want a place to sleep? ask jack . . . M. j. fan-Mt. joy? . . . college bound through scholarship but heart bound to Ohio U- 32 DONALD M. LAUDENSLAGER Q "Sl.OP" General Football 2, rs. 4: Hi-Y 2. 3, 4. Sandman's best friend . . . spends a lot of time at home . . . hard- hitting center on football team . . . "I heard you the first time" . . . perfect gentleman . . . last of Laudenslager line . . . determined to "make dough" . . . who's your secret love, Slop? MILDRED I. LEHMAN "MlLl.Y" Commercial Animated . . . loquacious . . . "Anybody have any gum?" . . . efliicient clerk at Hitz's Store . . . Edie's inseparable companion . . . greatly inter- ested in Hershey for some reason . . . Why, Millie? . . . dislikes all forms of homework . . . sports fan . . . plans to be a stenographer. Cjaaa 0 7950 fi if iff Alum: cs. Loxsv "ARLENE" Vocational Home Economics Girls' Chorus Z5 Tri-Hi-Y 41 F. H. A. 3, 41 Secretary 4. Takes things with a smile . . . speaks in a soft, slow manner . . . "Brother" . . . Ruthie's bosom companion . . . F. H. A. girl . . . harbors a hatred for felines . . . efficient baby-sitter . . . loved by many of the towns parents who like to step out sometimes . . . future child nurse. PAULINE H. LONGENECKER "POLl.Y" Commercial Yearbook Staff 4: Mixed Chorus 31 Girls' Chorus 2. 3, 43 Sophomore Mixed Chorus 2: Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3. 4. Black shining hair . . . capable . . . Janie's steadfast companion . . . always cheerful . . . "I-Ieavens! No!" . . . abhors people who copy . . . likes basketball and rollerskating . . . hard working clerk at Ben Franklin's Store . . . "Corn Queen" representative for E. H. S .... aims to be a cIiiropodist's assistant. .IEANNE MCKONLY "MICKEY" Commercial Yearbook Staff 4: Girls' Chorus 3: Sophomore Mixed Chorus 2: Tri-Hi-Y 2. 3. 43 Journalism Club 4. Tall. . . attractive, wavy hair . . . has a silly laugh . . . nice to everyone . . . witty . . . studious and quiet-sometimes . . . prize commercial student . . . a helpful clerk at Town Pharmacy . . . Mr. Seiders' pet peeve . . . "Wha' happened?" . . . future medical secretary. .Fla -1' 1 . YQ 06 .f I , X . Z JOSEPH DOUGLAS MCNAUGHTON "DOUG" General Hi-Y 4. Fast basketball guard . . . out-of-doors man-preferably out of school . . . loves hunting and fishing . . . Doug . . . curly hair and freckles . . . loves red hair . . . "Drop dead" . . . could get into trouble in a room by himself . . . keeps the Bainbridge bus in an uproar. JAMES A. MARTIN ".llM" College Preparatory Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Yearbook 4, Photography Editor 4g Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Senior Orchestra 1, 2. 3, 4, Boys' Chorus 2, 3, 4, Key Club 4. Neat, curly black hair . . . camera ace . . . super-intelligent . . . Jose Iturbi the second . . . the Einstein of the class . . . Greiner's echo on the mellophone . . . usually in mischief . . . Till Eulenspeigel's spirit . . . aims to traverse the seven seas. CVM 0 1950 if Q ff GRACE MATONEY "GRAClE" College Preparatory Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 43 Girls' Chorus 3, 4: Sophomore Mixed Chorus 2. Happy? You betchalll . . . twinkling eyes . . . silly as they come . , . enjoys life . . . our French whiz . . . last of the Matoney's . . . works at the Masonic Hospital . . . longs for her exciting summers in Pittsburgh . . . lover of Patton Trade. JAMES L. MECKLEY "JlM" General Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Baseball 13 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Sophomore Mixed Chorus 25 Rifle Club 2, 3, 4. Definitely a riot . . . collection of bright flashy hats . . . proud "papa" of about twenty pigeons . . . never on time . . . main dislike-school . . . expert whistler since tooth was knocked out . . . destined to have a "ROSIE" future . . . football and basketball letter-man . . . ambition- plumber. MARTHA I. MILLER "MAR'I'Y" Commercial Yearbook Staff 3, 41 Mixed Chorus 3, 41 Sophomore Mixed Chorus 2, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 43 Junior Playa Senior Play. Lively . . . full of fun . . . slightly on the short side . . . just loves book- keeping . . . did a super job as Doris in "Miss jimmy" . . . "Isn't he precious?"-"That's my Donald" . . . a good worker . . . loves animals . . , will make a good secretary. 32: f If .,,, YQ? Elf' 5.3, QS ,ng gn 6' X1 CARL V MORRIS CARL Commerclal just loves school"99 spends most of hls tlme wlth that certaln junlor glrl day dreams a lot loves sports of any klnd shlnes ln basketball capable plnsetter at the Bowllng Alley alms to become 9 s husband X ESTHER M MOYER ESTHER College Preparatory Mlxed Chorus 3 4 Glrls Chorus 4 Glrls Trlo 3 4 Sophomore Mlxed Chorus 2 Llbrary Stan' 2 3 4 Presldent 4 The Potato Chlp Gal sunny dlsposltlon takes home wonderful report cards beautlful soprano volce of Glrls Trlo typewrltlng speedster Frlday Flnds her busy at the Market Basket pllot of a blg black Dodge future school marm Cam 0 7950 LEONARD H MUSSER LEN General Jr H1 Y 1 Inky black halr deep smooth volce expert rod and reel man Could be spends hls summers ln the shade of the Masonlc Homes orchard another senlor daydreamer flashy plald shlrts decldedly the sllent type HAZEL M NAUMAN HAZEL Commerclal Yearbook Staff 3 4 Glrls Chorus 3 4 Trl H1 Y Z 3 4 Soft brunette halr loves to laugh whlps up a sundae ln no tlme loves hectographlng9 Holy Katzenjammer klds' would appre Cl3te less nolsy people beams at the mentlon of Russ collects plush anlmals longs to be the sole owner of a restaurant GLORIA F NAUSS SKIP Vocational Home Economlcs F H A 3 4 Treasurer 3 Presldent 4 Trl H1 Y 3 4 Sophomore M1X8d Chorus 2 Mlxed Chorus 3 4 Indoor Patrol 4 Yearbook 4 AYIYECLIVS pleaslng personallty frlendly to everyone ambltlous and talented Do you care? llvens up her patrol post by knlttlng F H A s capable proxy head majorette of the Drum and Bugle Corps yearns to be a fashlon designer we know shell make a good one 33 ' .. I 2 M f' Q , . . 4 1' 4 - ' ' ll ll ' fu 9 .1 s Q' 4 V ' ' ' ' ' - , . ,' if ' I , ' ' 'Nr s, gi 1 ',','." ' Nut f . . . or 'br 342 -'Ill '. -v ,ggi A l V 1 , :rl ? . . . . --, . X I 7 .'.f'l Ulf- ' ' 32 :bf fel 6 cf ' Y, l' ',.,' ' , O ll ll ' V ' : ' V , , : l' v . X 'P u . ,, . . . ' f", 1 l , . . , . . . A Y Il I . f ' J ,HW H H . . . I I . . . . . . . vi 4 K zs f- . 1:1 7 Af s? 5 ' H? . - 5- 23 L 4 , im' ' , f :I ra. . fl ff? .I O I ll ll ' swf Q, - . . . . gy 5 , ' , X l , gn l s i 5 f f l ' x . X, ,, I ll ll ' ' - - ll .. . 5' ia- A ' wifi--A i Q' ,I Y 'is :.. ..,.. li my V as lf' J IRS.,- Q f ' .fl l , yi f ' .. h ., -. .,,, .:. Mfg, ,Alfa 4 , ...Af sg., wi i.. -'f-' f ,Q A 4 ff: 4 ,4 -"7' ' M VK " -- 4, . ffwgj gi fs-5" ' . ,V,. ,I JAY RONALD NEWCOMER gf X, "NEWKlE" General Band 1. 2, 3, Hi-Y 2. 3, 41 Rifle Club 2, 3,41 Boys' Chorus 4: Orchestra l, 2, 3. Always in a hurry . . . photographer Bishop's appren- X tice . . . rises at 3:30 A. M. to deliver milk . . . assists lost football fans to their seats . . . great money saver . . . business man . . . impatient . . . enjoys playing cards . . ambition-state policeman. I SX! F. YVONNE NISLEY "VONNlE" College Preparatory Class Secretary 3, 4, Majorette 3, 4: Senior Orchestra 2, 3, 4: Yearbook 3, 4, Art Editor 4: String Ensemble 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Girls' Chorus 23 Girls' Trio 3, 43 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 43 Indoor Patrol 45 Junior Play: Senior Play. Full of charm, pep, and personality-that's Vonnie! . . . pretty hair. Oh those eyes!!! . . . ballerina grace . . . liked by everyone . . . expert artist . . . great love for blonds-six footers, that is! . . . up to her ears in work as art editor and class secretary. 4 4 4 Gfadd 0 I9 0 EDITH PAGE "PETE" General Girls' Chorus 45 Sophomore Mixed Chorus 23 Tri-Hi-Y 2. 3, 41 Journalism Club 3, 4. Bursting with action . . . clacking jaws . . . "For Pete's sake!" . . . over-enthusiastic volleyball player . . . works off energy by roller skating . . . usually smiling . . . divides her patronage between Tony's and the Pharmacy . . . has a decided interest in the house-keeping "profession" .IERE O. PROCTER "PROC" General Hi-Y 3, 4: Rifle Club 3: Key Club 4. Need help? . . . Proc will do his best . . . patient and easy going . . . good natured . . . movie fan . . . ice hockey enthusiast . . . works hard as a garage mechanic . . . hopes to set up his own business . . . excellent photog- rapher . . . develops his own . . . is sure to succeed. CHARLES RAFFENSPERGER "RAFFlE" General A man of few words . . . takes life slow and easy . . , woman hater . . . handy in the shop . . . often seen driving a Chevrolet . . . safe driver? . . . ardent tiller of the soil . . . happiest when handling a rod and reel . . ambition--truck driver. 36 JAMES W. RAHN "JlM" College Preparatory Football 2, 3, 43 Boys' Chorus 43 Sophomore Mixed Chorus 23 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 41 Key Club 43 Treasurer 4. Calm . . . cool . . . collected . . . good student . . . needs winding when he speaks . . . our whiz with a deck of cards . . . "You'd be surprised!" . . . Loathes geometry class!!! . . . baseball enthusiast . . . Dorsheimer's constant stand-by . . . We have high hopes for jim as an interior decorator. PEGGIE DEE RANDLER "PEGGlE" Commercial Yearbook Stafl' 4: Journalism Club 3. Sophisticated . . . smartly dressed . . . buzzes here and there . . . sweet smile . . . up to the minute in hair-dos . . . collects platters in spare time . . . nimble feet . . . Mt. joy fan . . . lives to eat but doesn't gain an OUNCE . . . will be an efficient secretary. fasts 0 I9 0 ff if? W HENRY J. REINER "HEN" College Preparatory Band 1, 2, 3, Junior Orchestra 1, 2: Mixed Chorus 3, 43 Boys' Chorus 3, 45 Sophomore Mixed Chorus 2, Rifle Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 1, 2: Key Club 4. "One swell fellow" . . . donates most of his time to Hershey's Depart- ment Store . . . enjoys a good confab . . . former member of pinochle club . . . pals around with Rahn and Helt . . . unruly locks . . . interested in almost everything except school . . . great baseball fan. NANCY JEANNE RISDON "NANCY" College Preparatory Cheerleading 1, 23 Color Guard 1: Head Majorette 2, 3, 4, Senior Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 41 Yearbook Staff 3, 4: String Ensemble 1, 2, 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4: Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4g Secretary 4, Junior Playg Senior Play Indoor Patrol 3, 4, Blonde Bombshell!!! . . . tall . . . sparkling eyes . . . loads of pep . . . Juliet . . . adores baseball games, especially THE pitcher . . . makes a mess of fenders!! . . . charming head majorette . . . likes 'em dark and rugged . . . trim dresser . . . "Riddles" her time away? . . . College bound but doesn't know where. JANET E. RISSER "JANET" Commercial Girls' Chorus 3, 4: Sophomore Mixed Chorus 2, Yearbook Staff 3, 4: Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. Blonde beauty of 123 . . . sweet personality . . . "No kidding" . . . experienced waitress at Aunt Sally's-how she blushes when anyone men- tions that Football Banquet . . . exchanges her money for popular records . . . friendly . . . aims to be a typist. 'Fw 3' 'Q Q if 7i'l.3??. 50 JOAN H. RISSER "JO" Commercial Girls' Chorus 3, 4g Sophomore Mixed Chorus 23 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4. Ohh, what sharp clothes! . . . has a beautiful collection of jewelry, too . . . makes the sea shore her second home . . . "Jeepers" . . . toiled in her dad's garment factory during summer . . . equestrian . . . owns her own horse, Brownie . . . the future will Find her in Virginia going to College. JULIA A. RISSER "JULIE" College Preparatory Cheerleading 13 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4: Vice-president 45 Sophomore Mixed Chorus 25 Hockey 2, 3. 4: Captain 4, Indoor Patrol 3, 4g Band Front. 1, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook Stafl' 4. Neat appearance . . . dancing eyes and pretty dimples . . . date bait . . . friendly, frank, and full of fun . . . totes the gun in the color guard . . . spark plug captain of the live wire hockey team . . . prize basketball player . . . future physical education teacher. Cfadd 0 I9 0 ii' fi' ii' JEAN L. ROLAND "JEAN" College Preparatory Class Treasurer 3, Junior Orchestra 2, Senior Orchestra 3, 43 Yearbook 3, 45 Literary Editor 41 Mixed Chorus 3, 43 Girls' Chorus 2, 3, 43 Sophomore Mixed Chorus 25 '1'ri-Hi-Y 1, 2. 3, 43 Secretary 3, President 43 Indoor Patral 3, 45 Junior Play, Senior Play. Popular . . . intelligent . . . always smiling . . . well-dressed . . . eiiicient president of TrifHi-Y . . . "Way to go" . . . future Katherine Cornell . . . always "on the go" . . . brightens up Iceland as a waitress . . . slaving pianist of Girls' Chorus . . . loyal rooter for the E-town teams . . . has continual headache as literary editor. ROSE MARIE SAUTER "ROSlE" Commercial Yearbook Staff 3, 43 Business Manager 45 Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Sophomore Mixed Chorus 2: Tri-H1-Y 1, 2, 3, 41 Treasurer 43 Indoor Patrol 3, 4. Winning personality . . seen flying from one meeting to the next . . . popular . . . football fan plus-loves that number 57 . . . "Oh, How I Hate To Get Up In the Morningln . . . commercial whiz . . . "Is Jim late again?" . . . guards the treasury of Tri-Hi-Y. ARLENE S. SEIFERT "ARLENE" Commercial Yearbook Staff 41 Girls' Chorus 33 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Journalism Club 3. Flirtatious brunette . . . attractive . . . quiet until you know her . . . good commercial student . . . one of the inmates of Baker's Diner . . . telephone calls occupy most of spare time . . . constant companion of jean Espenshade . . . on business staff of yearbook . . . will make a good secretary, 38 Q s 6 was DARLENE M. SHAFFNER "DOI.lY" Vocational Home Economics Tri-Hi-Y 43 F. H. A. 4. Flirtatious brunette from Bainbridge . . . teased by the boys . . . "You know it" . . . whiz on wheels . . . rolls away a lot of time at the rink . . . also a whiz at gum-chewing . . . "Who's your latest flame, Dolly?" . . plans to go into training as a nurse. ROBERT S. SHANK "BOB" General Basketball lp Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. Shoe shine boy . . . enjoys his "cat-naps" during classes . . . wakes up for series games . . . reads only heavy literature-sports magazines . . . amiable . . . uses his fourth periods as a time for conversing . . . buddy- buddy with Goodling and King . . . undecided future. 4 4 4 664515 0 I9 0 DORIS J. SHEARER "DORlS" General Girls' Chorus 2, 35 Sophomore Mixed Chorus 43 Indoor Patrol 3, 43 Hockey 3, 4. Petite . . . nice clothes . . . slaves in Art Staff every Tuesday . . . yearns to be a farmer's wife . . . spends most of her time at the apartment . . . displays battle scars from automobile accident . . . just arrives at school in the nick of time. A. DOROTHY SHEARER "DOT" College Preparatory Girls' Chorus 3, 41 Sophomore Mixed Chorus 21 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 41 Library Staff 2, 3, 4. Jolly and even-tempered . . . constantly giggling with "My friend, Gracie" . . . Iceland's cheerful waitress-the "Service With a Smile" gal . . . it's a long way home! . , . cooperative . . . hates to hurry . . . another record collector . . . determined to make good as an elementary school teacher. JANET E. SHEETZ "JANET" College Preparatory Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4: Yearbook 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 3, 4: Sophomore Mixed Chorus 21 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 43 Indoor Patrol 3. 4: Hockey 2. 3. 4. Poised and popular . . . well dressed . . . fast K center half . . . mainstay of the backfleld . . . "You know it" . . . peppy cheerleader . . . warming smile . . . lovely features . . . graceful . . . Doris' constant Q N companion . . . illustrator of Mademoiselle in years . k to come. l 39 3.1 WILLIAM E SHUMAKER SHORTY General Definitely on the tall side spends leisurely noon hours with Doug favorite hangout the Inn see Bill if your yard needs decorating how you gonna keep him down on the farm? sure to be in demand as a future airplane mechanic EARL R SINNIGER SINNY Genera! Senior Band 2 'S 4 Junior Orchestra 2 'R Sophomore Mlxed OIUSZ H1Y1 Zi Works at Rissers Restaurant dishpan hands Earlw adores making ice cream crashman of the banil gremlin livens things up in home room 20 small and aggressive keenly interested in aviatlon navy man of the future anno 7 CLEA M SLOAT KUTCH Commercial Sophomore Mixed Chorus 2 Yearbook Staff 4 Tri H1 Y 2 3 Short enjoys a good Joke bashfulw not Clea" never seen sitting still constantly with the Newville gang can do without people changing their mmds one of the few students to master bookkeeping has decided to favor King s College with her presence NANCY L SLOAT JUNIOR Commercial Color Guard Z .3 4 Yearbook Staff 'Z 4 Tri H1 Y 3 4 Journalism Club 3 4 Tall and talkative topic of attraction silly cute giggle outspoken raven tresses wears striking clothes struggles with the flag in the color guard enjoys listening to a particular bass fiddlei knows all the latest Jokes serves hungry patrons at Kennewood Hotel ARLENE SNYDER SHORTIE Vocational Home Economics Sophomore Mixed Chorus 2 Girls Chorus 2 F H A 3 4 Tri H1 Y 2 3 4 Indoor Patrol 4 Short n cute soft spoken gleaming eyes one of a pair . . , cute clothes . . . holds a deep fascin- ation for E-Town college . . . reliable . . . never an idle moment! . . . Goodness gracious! . . . maddening giggle . . . whiz in home-ec .... sure to succeed as a housewife. 40 C. GLENN H. STAUFFER "DEACON" General Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Mixed Chorus 3, 43 Boys' Chorus 2, 3, 43 Boys' Quartet 2, 4. Good humored . . . flies about on a red motor bike . . . proficient curtain puller . . . loves ice cream . . . one of Miss Brandt's harmonious quartet members . . . stock boy at Greiner's . . . haunts a certain locker outside room 20 . , . sure to make good with hammer and nails. WANDA J. STEFFEN "WANNlE" Commercial Yearbok 3, 43 Girls' Chorus 2, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3. Fluffy blonde . . . favorite pastime-an evening at Dave's Dream with Nan . . . "Oh, man-boy" what a saying! . . . junior version of Rip Van Winkle . . . first hate-a date who's late . . . makes her name in the metropolis of Newville . . . infectious giggle. Cyaaa 0 7950 'fi' ft fi' MARLYN Leon srum "MART" General Dexterous shop student . . . competent and ambitious . . . eflicient employee at Greiner's Store . . . dislikes noisy people . . . NI doubt it" . . . "sure shot" during hunting season-has 10 pointers to prove it . . reserved . . . aims to learn a trade. NANCY L. SWEIGERT "NANCY" Commercial Yearbook Stafl' 3. 43 Girl's Chorus 4: Sophomore Mixed Chorus 25 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. Snappy black hair . . . always has a smile for everyone . . . hash slinger at Aunt Sally's . . . "Oh, my aching back" . . . Newvillite . . . frequents Dave's Dream . . . hard worker . . . efficiently collects attendance slips . . . Nan will make a pleasant addition to the secretarial field. BETTY JANE SWISHER "BETTY JANE" College Preparatory Mixed Chorus 3, 43 Girls' Chorus 2, 3g Sophomore Mixed Chorus 25 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4. Tall, blonde, and dignified . . . diligent student . . . accomplished marimba player . . . really LOW alto . . . Pat's twin . . . excellent painter of Pennsylvania Dutch art . . . "Isn't that squirrelly?" . . . hates to be annoyed . . . B. j.'s future plan is a music career. 41 .-s.,, ,gui Y.. 1 is : .- V JOAN E WARREN JOANIE Commercral Sophomore M1xed Chorus 2 G1rls Chorus 5 4 Llterarv Stall' Tr1 H1 Y 2 4 Journahsm Club .3 Yearbook Staff 3 4 Descended upon us from Ph1lly always laughing snap com l merc1a student but oh' that bookkeeplng break our la y g sses agamg spends most of her t1me foolmg around pet peeve no mail never an 1dle moment ambxtxon legal secretary GERALD E WEAVER GERRY College Preparatory otball P 3 4 Basl-.etballl 'P l 4 Ba eballl P 3 4 H1 Y1 P Handles the PlgSkln w1th ease first sacker gr1ps basketballs llke baseballs well mannered neat personal1ty tall dark and hand s m o e reserved 1n front of g1rls Frallty thy name IS woman' xdol of the female underclassm en plnochle fiend awo 79 0 JAMES R WEAVER J M College Preparatory WIXEG Chorus 3 4 Boys Chorus 2 3 4 Sophomore Mixed Chorus H1 Y1 I 3 4 RH Cl Dream dust' cutest boy of our class neat dresser has the g1rls m a d1ther m1sch1evous gleam 1n hns eye smooth dancer tfl9S 1n va1n to learn Frenth Oh to own a car' h1s motto worry little to study less CHARLES A WHITMOYER WHIT General Bandl 2 3 4 Mlxed Chorus 3 H1 Y 2 .1 4 Bang' Charhe s at lt agam rarely mxsses Cahemll easy golng doesn t belxeve 1n homework: enjoys playmv the trumpet espec1ally duets wlth Mr Sedule9 pals around wlth Stum congemal tr1es hard to stay awake Good luck Whlt JOAN E WITMAN Z Commercral Yearbook 4 bophomore M1xed Chorus 2 Trl H1 Y 'P 3 Attractne enjoys pestlng people slaved at the Masomc Homes laundry thxs summer At least that much spends most of her t1me ln the clty of Newvllle hates to rlde 1n cr owded busses future secretanal wh1z that s our L1z' -I I ll ll ' 3 A ' 'Q ' .V .'f,Q ' - 21 '- '- '.3,: ' 'L ,. O ll ll Fo f L..,1 ....Z,g s 3 '- ,L,3.4. I ik it ik' I ll' ll 1' ..: ' .,: ' 2: '- ,'., . 1 ie ub2. 3, 41 Key Club3, 4. I H H . , . . , .Y . - O Ill, ll ' v l M N ,,, ,vc KENNETH E. WITTLE W ef .5-iz' "KEN" College Preparatory all 1' ,J 36"- 217' if , ' f i ' , as fl 'z Hi-Y Lf. 34. 4: Rifle Club 2: Senior Play, Eddie Bracken's double . . . owner of a handsome wardrobe . , . entertains the French class with his K exclusive throat gurgle . . . Oh! those facial contor- tions! . . . arnuses himself by playing pinochle . . . A x devoted employee of the Acme Super Market . . .N L a good guy. , PATRICIA ANN YARNALL "PAT" College Preparatory Tri-Hi-Y 2.53.41 Band 1.13.41 Mixed Chorus 3. 4. Sophomore Mixed Chorus L'. Blonde hair with blue eyes to match , . . cheerful . . . pleasant smile . . , smooth dancing partner. . . toots that alto sax both in band and orches- tra . . . E-Town Bakery's best sales girl . . . adores early morning band rehearsals . . . constantly having man-trouble. aw 0 7950 ing Wepfune RHGNED AT oun mom King Neptune happily sat back and watched the merry-making of the visitors to his kingdom. OUR JUNIOR-SENIOR PROM! . . . night of nights . . . as juniors we worked hard 'to transform the gym into an underwater kingdom . . . breath-taking atmosphere . . . what fun to dance under the sea! . . delicious punch . . . prom night holds sweet memories for many. We received our welcome to the underwater kingdom. Sweet melodies floated from our ship-wrecked deck. arming . . . uNofR me sm fx Qi .K s. X ,,.A . Poor Jimmy, the lonesome male, is capturei by the "But honest, the sandwiches were right here!" explain Briar Mountain girls for trying to steal a dress. the girls, as jimmy peers out of his hiding place Professor Frazier!" . . . the all Louise, the traitor, hides jimmy "Hocus Pocus Dominakusf' Droopy efficient professor is disheveled from the girls. weaves his spell to route the ghosts by the Briar Mountain girls. unior ff fag . . . oun rmsr mv "MlSS JIMMY" Our junior play! Who in the Cast will ever forget it? The excitement of the tryouts-the fun of rehearsingf the thrill of presenting it before an audience for the FirsL time-the excitement of the opening night! That "profes- sional" feeling that goes with the Friday performance. The whole class pitched in to make our play, "Miss Jimmy," the hilarious success that it was. Remember how sweet Paul Belser. as Miss jimmy, looked in a dress? Practicing was especially fun with a real. live Chicken on the stage! The plot of the play was simple enough-a spring evening, a beautiful, though lonely girl, Louise and the appearance of a handsome boy. The ending? "Happily ever after," of course. Paul Greiner really made a hit as "Droopy," the colored janitor. with his negro dialect. Mildred Grubb, and George Frost aged cznsider- ably to portray Miss Watkins, the dean. and Professor Frazier. respectively. Hardboiled Florence, sophisticated Harriet, Flirty Catherine, and meek little freshman Doris did some beautiful acting as Louise's college pals. Miss Mengel, who was not only our capable director. but also entertained us by playing the piano. helped to make our play an unforgettable experience. Miss Mengel. play directress, helps the Cast with their P's and Q's before first act. N 1 42 ,QQ 'Q 4 C, fw 'fm M ,w fa? ?? V , f M ,?f r ,, 'J , v 'Q 3, A fx P32 Rx: i sf? f ew' , 'yy , My if xi., A., 1 4-2? 1 r aw mfs, f -,. 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W ' wh y f, ...L ,.,,.:.A N-Ha. ,A N Z A ' 5 gym? . 3 uf . ,,,,a ' -,lj ij l,z3'I'5i4bexii, Liar? - "5Hi7',t'i-iff-?1'i'i ,.g., A 1 ?? 2' ,,, gy L, yi Q uegi ""? 1 Q. . I ,J 'Q A ' f' I ' ' I' A A ' 1 5 ' .7 , A, Mtg? uf ' -KF M4 A 4: ' ayffiw . H .K Ef4"fw1fh x - ga, , 2211! 1 P A, WA . " 1. ai N 5 v 1 5 ,P , en ford nunuvc - n-:sm Lslsuns -ff Nan on the job as office assistant. F. H. A. girls receive professional makeup l LEM That terrific trio. Mr. Sedule, Pat Yarnall, The three Musketeers are absorbed High Ho! High Ho! as of? and Janice Ellinger beat out rhythm in straightening a fender. to school Nancy and Bob go. for the homeroom Christmas party. The ticket-takers for the senior play make Professor Frost deep in thought. "Planning to be a housewife, Earl?" last-minute check before the crowd arrives. Guy Morse Bingham relates his ju'st a sample of our handsome senior boys! knowledge and experience while the seniors listen intently. jea look -I "lil nne and Doris quizzically The men behind the scenes Senior Manager Frey carries over the hockey score book. of "Old Doc." his share of the load. GI' rm, Grace. and Joyce learnel all ab :ut "My' goodness, Rosie. the care of children. w. ming?" Tl af ceriain gleam in hor cy 2 .14 .Song . . . ro REMEMBER ECI!!! I ' I QAWQXX rl-fffgf,-f5cr our Affff Srbaafas fc fvfffce ,MSI fam ever desk arm-C Pa.c!1 focffef ,far-'ff fT1Cff10ffC5 Clnfo fl so fuck Zigeacf C1065 ff fnifcfr your Qfalanff fa rf. III CIQQJJ ,IIEJ-IIA. 5 C6801 remember afff ffl: 57404 5117705 we XZVQCK 110 fefhe' f' Zfevff male a, fo! of rveza ff-fevfrfs Luz! fre? ,Qfjfg Mc 5far-- we sfr-we cm-yf !7'fff7U'!C afrf' QOH! '5 ffflfw I I I 1 fu-fe 7 171 fffgfyff wqfyg 70-ffsffgcf our 5chfif,,fcKf75 and we cacff mf!! o ow afgf- Our feachm-9 wan? Jr ,!Lf40f!,-N Us X, 1-1,,1flrf4-f,1l- 1, C fue, far-Mc rr-nz frail aff fdlf7ff6'n4! Xmnm- 501 fo cfm aw- Aesf wr 7f J' . wif, HKU' rrfcfr'mrff5 of our 19719 sqiaofare affffg 145 fa szfaf- 1 Sfarf--010' f77crrmrfe-fs bf nur- H76 Srfvanf nfo for-ff'-ff gufffnfr rn:-19 !9r'ar1f fr , AJJA 1711! lfcarfg-. we fears !f4ee ffarcweff-fifvfun JIM MARTIN, who composed our class song, and Jean Roland, who wrote the lyrics, go over some of the fine points of the song! Our class song is one of the most original written in our school and will long be remembered. I A, FLASSES If ! Z3 7 uniom . . . NEXT ro ms for r TN' The busy junior class officers are Doris Good, secretaryg Thomas Harder, vice president: Mr. Warden, adviser: Thomas Lighthiser, president: and Lane Shank, treasurer. 1 .Z LIVE WIRE CLASS sparked by their competent officers .... Our adviser, Mr. 'Warden, helped us over many rough spots . . . earned some useful cash by selling at the football and basketball games . . . chose as the colors maroon and gold . . . proud of our flashy jackets . . . the girls look swell in their class sweaters . . . spent a lot of time sighing and looking at our hands when our rings arrived . . . went all out in decorating the gym for the prom . . . the audience shook the auditorium with laugh- ter when our play "We Shook The Family Tree" was presented . . . smash hit! . . . FIRST ROW, Left to Right: P. Weaver. D. Garman, J. Gohn, J, Sweigart. N. Park, M. Rutt, L. Longenecker, J. Messick. H. Eshelman, P. Berrier, J. Zerphey, P. Brosey. L. Gibble, M, Easton, J. Schroll, J. Chapman. SECOND ROW: F. Hoover, G. Hess, C. Hilsher, E. Seitz, N. Campbell. D, Kelley, T. Sipling, D. Olweiler, R. Barley, K. Hoffman, E. Dieffenbach, D. Heisey, J. Betz, M, Wright. THIRD ROW: W. Fetter, T. Lancaster, B. Miller, F. Long, L. Goodling, N. Rice, J. Bingeman B. Withers, M. Parmer, V. Barnhart, R. Klinger, D. Zook, R. Myers, D. Garber, A. Heisey. ali? JUNIOR SNAP Earning treasury money by the sweat of their brow, the juniors sold eats to the hungry throngs at our football games. ig L-,UQl'lfff . . . REFRESHMENTS, PLAY AND PROM the cast included. Hildegarde, Helen Eshelmang Dr. Dolson, Dick Plummerq Mrs. Dolson, Shirley Hornafiusg Sally, Joanne Betzg Bob, Barre Smuckg Jimmy. Donald Zookg Paige. Dolly Messick, Ellie May, Elizabeth Martin, Jill, Nancy Rice, Fred- die Shermer, Eddie Seitzg Mr. Shermer, William Chesriuttg and Mrs. Shermer. Marilyn Schwanger .... If we stick to our motto, "Not for ourselves, but for others," our class is sure to succeed! FIRST ROW. Left to Right: E. Martin. B. Brubaker. A. Heisey, A, Burkholder, L. Weidman. S. Hornafius. A. Andrews. L. Hoffer. M. Leicht, M. Schwanger, A, Groff, R. Mummau, W. Tripp, D. Royer. M. Hollinger. J. Killian. SECOND ROW: A. Keller. J. Eyer, L. Smith. W. Chesnutt, I, Engle, J, Brandt, R. Gebhard. O. Florshutz, A. Huflord. M. Shank. J. Millcr, L. Shank, R. Risser, F. Olweiler, E. Smith. THIRD ROW: R. Bainbridge, G. Achorn. J. Rutherford, K. Byers. A. Lancaster. D. Griffith. B. Smuck, N, Chittum, L. Chapman, B. Parrett G. Heffner. T. Harder. T. Lighthiser. R. Plummer. N 54:1 1 J x.,- The hard working juniors swelled H, Eshelman and A. Hufford. The junior girls raise The skeleton in their treasury by selling the hockey managers, bring the colors of E. H. S. Mr. Sedule's closet! refreshments at the football games. home the sticks after at a home football game. a hard fought game. ?A'lJQI"C!Cl:5flI'l'lQl'l. CAUGHT BY THE CAMERA I I M. Rutt and T. Sipling, two of The Christmas committee the typists for the Bear Gazette, for Room 4 does a beautiful type the printer's copy. job of decorating. R. Barley and P. Weaver are Two of the ninth grade Cooking a delicious meal during girls begin tackling Three Charming junior girls home economics class. their sewing in home ec. Blow. Achorn. blow!! serve as ushers during a ,. ,,,, 545 i FIRST ROW. Left to Right: S. Royer, P. Hollinger, J. Hershey, J. Weaver, K, Winters, R. Lokey, J. Trostle, E. Kessler. P. Adams, T. Seitz. L. Smith, B. Bryan, S. Bertolino, J. Martin, R. Flowers, L, Sweigart, S. Ober, M. Musser. SECOND ROW: P. Vuxta, F. Walters, H. Brandt, J. May, P, Douglas, D. Raffensperger. B. Floyd, L. Garns, W, Heisey, J. Espen- shade, K. Bockey, S, Bechtel, R. Gish, N. Schroll, P. Brandt. H. Eberly. THIRD ROW' B. Stahl, V. Martin, P. Heisey, L. Nye. R. Miller, N. Heisey, C. Baum. A. Fasnacht, J. Herr, E. Frazier, J. Shank. S. Knarr, W. Mummert, D. Whitmoyer. D. Bryan. N. Hoffer. FOURTH ROW: A. Good, E. Shank, J, Barnhart, S, Stahl, D. Pautz, J. Senseman, B. Brown, A. Sweigart, J. Flynn, J. Earhart, J, Longenecker, G. Klinger, J. Paxson, K. Gish, R. Baker, A. Reider, R. Broucht, D. Brad- ley. FIFTH ROW: C. Cobaugh. S. Shiffer, J. Funck, M. Hess, S. Kaylor, M. Stauffer. J. Grimm, J. Risser, J. Craun, G. Hoover, D. Grimm, M. Wert, D. Heller, M. Weaver, G, Helm. SIXTH ROW: R. Hoover, M. Grubb, R. Emenheiser, J. Summy, T. Trimmer, R. Hawthorne, J. Rutherford. J. Wanamaker, J. Zarfoss, R. Eshelman, W. Fink, sSiJl0AOl'l'l0l"Qff . . . CLIMBING UPWARD Now we may go to the senior assemblies! . . . How we looked forward to OUR OWN assembly! . . . We all loved our new subjects, especially biology! . . . Most of us were surprised to find such weird things in frogs .... Caged in home rooms 26, 27. and 28 .... The girls joined Tri-Hi-Y and the boys Hi-Y .... Many of us joined one of the choruses. 5529 se .,. 5 J! These cheerful people are the sophomore class homeroom omecrs. Kneeling: J. Wanamaker, R. Baker, D, Rahensperger, E. Kessler. Standing: M. Grubb, J. Espenshade, j. Ruther- ford. R. Broucht, D. Heller, A. Fasnacht, A. Reider. - I"05!llfl'l0lfI . . . TYPICALLY GREEN oss, N... ,Q 3 ,U -Mlll M V YB. I gd... These distinguished looking students are the freshmen class home room officers. Kneeling: A. Frey, I. Brubaker. Standing: R. Haines, N. Ebersole, J. Wanamaker, D. Grubb, P. Seiders, H. J. Frey. WHEELS of junior high! . . . Latin was 'tattemptedn by a few of our adventurous students . . . proud of our entertaining assembly program . . . heard from one end of the hall to the other . . . a lot of our boys were represented on our Section One junior high championship team. FIRST ROW, Left to Right: V. Kauffman. G. Hershey, J. Otis. T. Weaver. E. Cobaugh. J. Royer, V. Miller, L. Erb, B. Sin- niger, J, Hawthorne, P. Atherton, J. Stum, G, Hoerner. R. Kautz. S. Bishop, E, Heisey, M. Lokey, J. Frey. SECOND ROW: A. Frey, W. Heisey. D. Kniley, R. Gibbons. P. Shank, D, Berrier. I. Brubaker, R. Ginder, E, Beck, H. Good, A. Hilsher, L. Kaylor. C. Grifiith, J. Mummau, M. Hoover, J. Smith. J. Wenger. THIRD ROW: R. Butterbaugh. G. Ney. J. Landvater. L. Ulrich. G. Weaver. S. Flowers, J. Warden. M. Ginder. L. Gutshall. H. Daveler, J. Shank, A. Fultz, P, Rosensteel. R. Albright. J. Shank,G. Hixson. FOURTH ROW: D. Warfel. J, Heisey, C. Lehman, J, Walborn, R. Milbee. H. Wolgemuth. J. Keller. L. Byers, V. Schweers. L. Greenly, D. Miller, J. Rutherford, S. Swisher, H. Knorr, F. Van Scyoc. B. Heckert. FIFTH ROW: B. Baum. S, Patton, P. Seiders, G. Clarke. D, Stevens. N, Ebersole, C. Moose, G. Pyle, C. Fogie. J, Ebersole, M. Martin, M. Engle. G. Ellinger. J, Wanamaker, D, Heisey. D. Grubb, D. Shearer, J. Lancaster. SIXTH ROW: J. Carl. R. Haines, S. Brown. B. Landis, J. Dougherty. D, Emenheiser. R. Wenger, S. Lehman. J. Frye, L. Berrier. MGE' .JW " jf-I-5 r 4 1 1 4. H 3- . 1' .- fe " ' .A 4 . 3 ff J .ffl A 7' I 9- . 'IP' t 4 '-" .., had FIRST ROW, Left to Right: D. Bishop, K. Rice. E. Bishop. L. Seiders. H. Dostmann. T. Evans, E. Warden. B. Heisey G, Rickert. R. Little. M, Gebhard. S. Good, E. Enck, J. Heigel. E. Taylor. SECOND ROW: C Baker, H. Kleinfelter, B Funck, E. Wolgemuth, R. Cunningham, D. Gibble. F. Hershey. Y. Brown. J. Westafer. L. Lehman, J, Shank. J. Hoover D. Dieffenbach. L. Good, L. Collins, S. Ishler. THIRD ROW: A. Kilhefner. G. Fisher. J. Miller. M. Heisey. B. Gish, D Jumper, I. Stahl. D. Arndt, R. Abram. M. Isenbcrg. H. Engle. J. Nisley. D. Stauffer. FOURTH ROW: N. Greenawalt S. Bates, S. Itzoe. C. Earhart. H. Andrews. M. Warren. S. Landis. B. Strickland. D. Martin, N. Royer, P. Obenstine, N. Bankler. H. Goodling. L. Boyer. FIFTH ROW: P. Shelley. C. Gilgore. K. Beinhauer. E. Hershnian, B. Cocker. P. Meyers. J, Chapman. gina 0 . .LEARNING FAST FIRST YEAR in the high school building. . . Finally we are on our way . . . Our firts big task was not only studying but even harder-those locker combinations! . . . Settled down to grow up .... Took pity on the indoor patrol and learned the traffic regulations .... Our headquarters were Rooms 4 and 5. fb -i ' 4 , J 2 These beaming people are the eighth grade homeroom omcers. Kneeling: K. Beinhauer, E. Warden, P. Shelley. Standing: E. Taylor. S. Loraw, J. Nisley. Xa QUQl'ltA QPCLCJQ . . . NEWCOMERS 1 :' . XXI These happy folks are the seventh grade home room officers. First Row: D. Andrews, J. Wenger, R. Williams, G. Edmiston Second Row: A. Coulson, E. Boyer, M. Espenshade, j. Weaver WE FOUND that this was worth waiting for! . . . New books, activities, and changing classes! . . . Gym, home economics, and shop added much to our new school life. . . . Miss Miller and Mr. Blouch patiently taught us the ways of high school .... Boys tried their hand at sports ,... "Oh, those little grade school childrenl' FIRST ROW, Left to Right: T. Herr. J. Weaver. A. Weiss. J. Ney. R. Lehman. N. Good. D. Kreider. M Espenshade. J. Goodling, L. Hippensteel. D. Mean. D. Fitzwater, D. McCurdy. M. Hoffman. J. Douglass. D. Leber. SECOND ROW: A. Risser. C. Lutkin, J. Eisenhauer. P, Benedict. J, Bankler. G. Johansen. E. Smith, J. McBeth. D. Beinhauer, C. Polk. A. Powell. B. Becker. R. Hill, R. Fisher, P. Yarnall, A. Newcomer. W. Clarke. L. Hetfner, THIRD ROW: G. Lesher. M. Fetter. R. Ney. S. Thompson. G. Edmiston. J. Adams. T. Deg ler. A. Coulson. J. Rice, E. Boyer J. Flynn, P. Stahl. D. Andrews, D. Shank. FOURTH ROW: C. Nauman, W. White. G. Ulrich. P. Stauffer, N. Evalt. H. Gordon, L. Mullen. F. Harzer. R. Dicffenbach, D. Dreher, J. Wenger, A. Bates, W. Gaskill, R. Williams. -44 M Q' vprq A 25232 'Q 1 IQ if , I al' I, A ,Tj PI 'fy n . 1 I X U-A 5, N -. 1 A Qu, A -- 55. Ax, .. 'wr f, SPURTS X X 2 0CLQg QCLITL !! TWO WEEKS of blood sweat and tears on the hockey field our new coach M1ss Hun secker drilled us from A to Z we thought practlce would never end drlbble drlbble drlve' through mud and ram then the fateful day came the team was selected' September 28 sweet vlctory for Ellzabeth town Donegal fell to the score of 5 1 The thlrtieth Mount Joy was downed 6 0" October 7 our first defeat Manhelm pulled ahead by two goa s 5 3 October 12 at East Hemplield we fought but the score was st1ll Mlss Hunsecker our new hard drlvmg hockev coach tied 2 2 Elxzabethtown varnlshed Mount Joy again 4 1 then gloom ran deep r mg as hard as we could we tied Manheim 1 1 the Hempfield game was see sawed back and forth but the final s ore was 0 O maxlng our season, we played a postponed game wlth Donegal whlch resulted 1n a 1 1 our season was over s1x seniors left the team high scorer and captain Julla Rlsser had led the team to first place ln the county league H O C K E Y Yea team' FIRST ROW Left to Rlght L Gutshall D Emenhelser M Holllnger G Hxtz R Barlex L Goodlmg N Campbell P Sexders M Grubb J Rlsser P Hess J Sheetz M Grubb I B ubaker J Ellmger SECOND ROW MISS Hunseckcr A Hufford H Eshelman J Wenger K Gxsh E Beck J Ellmger S Bxshop G Clarke P Douglas L Esslmge X Rerder D Grubb J Martm M Lokex B Brown J Otis J Gmder D Shearex -1 Ks vii i lx W Our cheerleaders march smartly as they pep up the town during a night pep rally. CAQQI' 9520, QI":5 . . . OUR PEP GIRLS YOUR PEP! . . YOUR PEP! . . . They've got it to give it . . . eye-catching . . . spirited and snappy . . . very much alive . . .our fellows will never have to worry with energetic girls such as these to cheer them on . . . new skirts added to appearance .... Oh, those muddy games and our white shoes! . . . Captain Pat Hess and Janet Sheetz climax four years of cheering . . . whether leading a pep rally or keeping up the school spirit at games, they're always on the job. Left to Right: j. Espenshade, A. Groff, S. Hornafius, P. Hess, j. Sheetz, L. Goodling, N. Schroll. J . . 9 v i 52-1 f f Vuifff now UUARTER mum The champlon Bears emerge from their lair. -- '?1 ' N. gt l. r L X L' --- f W e. M A, X FIRST ROW. Left to Right: Assistant Coach F. Luchnick. J. Rutherford, F. Olweiler, R, Broucht, D. Laudenslager B Parrelt, O, Florschutz. D, Heller. J. Lambert, G. Berrier, Coach J. Windish. SECOND ROW: Dr. Thompson R Fern J Rahn. B. Smuck, L. Chapman. J. Meckley, A. Goodling, D. Shearer, R. D'Agostino, W. Fetter, T. Lighthiser G Helm J. Herr. Mr. Diehl. THIRD ROW: G. Weaver, R. Eshelman. T. Harder, D, Bryan. L. Shank, D. Zook, J. Rutherford N Chittum. W. Fink, L. Greenly. C. Cobaugh, P. Vuxta, R, Hoover. FOURTH ROW: M. Hell, B. Withers, J. May W Mum mert, R. Hawthorne. T. Trimmer, J. Frey, D. Griflith, R Plummer. J. Wanamaker. C. Baum, J. Shank, J. Coberlv Head Coach Windish 6l'f0lfUl'l wept lA? Con Ql"Ql'lCQ E-town E-town E-town E-town E-town E-town E-town E-town E-town E-town Assistant Couch luchnick FOR THE SECOND TIME . . 34 Palmyra . . . . . 20 Columbia . . . . . . 19 Manheim Twp . . 33 Manheim Boro . . 48 Lititz ...... . . . 40 Ephrata . . . . . 27 West York . . . 0 Middletown .. . . 26 Enola ..... . . 12 Biglerville .. l Junior High Coach Thome 2 C. 1 fi! , f. S- fy A 3, IP M, K. 2 W ff f Q 4 i Q4 ff? f' -s 4 ., 95 I ' V , 2 X v ' ' , 1 ,Af-5' VIY ' A I 4 , K x xii f gf s i . ,lg rg 4 'Q 4' . an ' . 3 Y ' 1 ' ' .. 5 gl Q .f I ' - A- "aa 1 J"- . fr ,f I , -'FQ f- , ' Q :x if 5 'lg lv 'il .Q . X sg :,. ,. Ax X 3 E if . .4 ,k ' ' A f X '., X B' at Cl, Qdff0l'l . ELIZABETI-rrowN HIGH SCHOOL again made history defeating every conference team that came along, their banners flying high as the Bears reigned over the Conference of the Roses. As the football camps for the E-Towners opened, the hot sun beat down upon the team at a rough pre-season work-out. The boys combined tackling, punting, and passing along with the many calisthenics and plain hard work to make E-Town a team of which they could be proud. Head Coach Windish, who did a more than excellent job, the new line coach Luchnick, the man who gives the junior high their first taste of football, and Coach Thorne, combined their efforts to do a bang-up job E-TOWN vs. PALMYRA In the first game of the season, the defending champions of the Conference of the Roses showed a powerful ground and aerial attack as they traveled out of the county to defeat their first opponent, Palmyra. The Black and Yellow of Palmyra were tied up most of the afternoon by the heavy E-Town line, which left the backfield quartet to rout as they pleased, to score in every period, to win 34-O. E-TOWN vs. COLUMBIA The E-Town Bears turned in their second straight victory as they came up against a scrappy Columbia team. Late in the first period the Blue and Whites started a sustained drive which paid off in the first score of the game. Chapman led the team, scoring all the touchdowns to defeat the River Boro men 20-0. E-TOWN vs. MANHEIM TOWNSHIP The E-Town "ll" maintained their record of never having lost to Manheim Township as they pounded out a 19-0 victory. As soon as the Bears got hold of the ball, they were touchdown bound. Al Goodling, Don Shearer, and Pip Chap- man each contrlbuted to the score as the Bears held their Laudenslager third victim scoreless. Rehn Tackle Coberly, Tackle Weaver, Tackle :'X5V ur Qyriafcfem MADE FOOTBALL HISTORY E-TOWN vs. MANHEIM sono Being masters of the entire game, the Windish-coached men blanked Manheim Boro, 33-0. Bob D'Agostino concluded the score of the evening as he ran 43 yards for a touchdown. This game proved to be the tenth straight victory in Conference play. E-TOWN vs. LITITZ Rolling up more points than in any previous battle, the backfield, playing nothing less than sensational ball, rolled up 48 points to their opponent's O. Playing a losing cause the whole way through, Litit: was astonished at the brilliant ball handling of the team, which was later to go on and be THE Champions. E-TOWN vs. EPHRATA The Elizabethtown Bears came through carrying the Blue and White colors high as they remained the only unde- feated team in the county. The rugged E-Town forward wall, who had been doing a sensational job as they paved the way for each touchdown. set up the first score as Bob Broucht broke through to block an Ephrata kick. The double barrelej offensive weapon of D'Agostino and Chapman led the attack to smother Ephrata, 40-0. Elizabethtown High School's football team was not only the talk of the town, but also of the county as they con- tinued to be undefeated, untied, and unscored upon, In six straight Conference victories, they remained in undisputed first place in the Conference of the Roses. E-TOWN vs. WEST YORK Running into their first strong competition at West York, the Bears emerged with their sensational record unmarred. As the E-Town line was charging harder than ever, jack Lambert intercepted a pass to set the way for the first of four touchdowns to add 27 more points, thus bringing their total record to 221 points to their opponent's 0! E-TOWN vs. MIDDLETOWN The Beards found a combination of mud and rain and Middletown High too much to overcome as they came up against their First defeat of the season. With Al Goodling doing a sensational job of punting. the Bears tried their hardest but found a heavy Middle- town team too much as they suffered their first defeat 18-O. The traveling and permanent trophies, golden examples of a job well done! E-TOWN vs. ENOLA Taking to the air to score three of their four touchdowns passed to Jack Lambert. they racked up the score as the first period ended. In the remaining periods of the game, the crowd saw Shearer, Goodling, and D'Agostino each contribute to the score. BIGLERVI LLE vs. E-TOWN The doubt that E-Town would be able to duplicate the previous record of the '48 football squad ended as the team repeated in winning the Conference of the Roses as they rang down the curtain on the season by beating Biglerville in the thrill-packed game of the year by a score of 12-7. The Bears scored first only to find Biglerville take a lead in the top of the fourth period, thus being the only team in Conference play to score against the Bears. Then a sustained drive, in which E-Town proved vic- torious, gave them their final game. It was witnessed by a crowd who had seen one of the greatest teams in Lancaster County history play their last game of the season. For Ends: Lambert and Berrier, Tackles: Helt, Weaver, Coberly and Rahnq Center: Laudenslager, and Backs: D'Agostino, Goodling and Meckley, it was their last game in their high school career unier the Blue and White colors of E-Town. Meckley Right Halfback Goodling Ouarterba k DAgsst1no Fullback Lambert End 2 Clg0g CLg0lfVl0I1 ELIZABETHTOWN HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL RECORD League Record Overall Record East Lampeter Columbia .... Niiddletown .. E. Donegal Mt. Joy ...... Manheim Boro Middletown . . . Columbia ..,.. Marietta ..., E. Hemptield . . E. Donegal ., Mt. joy ....,. Manheim Boro Swatara .. .. Marietta . . .. E. Hemplield . . Swatara ..... - 1 K Three to one but E Town came out on top Now you see ll now y u don t Is there a step ladder nn the house Uardifg gaffelleerd Standing L Greenly N Chlttum L Chapman G Weaver R DAgost1no J Coberly J Wmdxsh Kneeling ,I Lambert J Meckley A Goodllng AFTER the football season a young mans thoughts turn to basketball The sound of the swnsh of the nets the ball meetlng the hardwood floor and the shouts of the players at thelr after school practice assure our students that the E Towners are rarm to go on another successful year Only because of a heartbreakmg loss to Manhelm Boro our team came m second But E Town was m there all the way We re known as the team to beat' Our record of 13 vnctornes and 4 defeats speaks for ltself Openlng the season with a 37 25 wxn over East Lam peter the Bears shook off the thought of graduated play ers and showed remarkable form and enthuslasm neyed to Columbia to whlz on to trounce them 46 24 Fate seemed to be agamst us as we lost a heart br ak mg declslon to Mlddletown 41 42 The E Towners sprouted and ran wnld as they opened the League competxtlon wnth a 47 18 vlctory over East Donegal Chlttum took the scormg honors wnth 15 pomts to his credit Unable to acqualnt themselves wnth a forexgn floor we lost our first league game 27 46 to Mount joy The Bears played host to Manhexm Boro as the Barons found the gomg tough to be handed a 34 25 set back A scrappy Mlddletown team defeated the ETown cagers by the score of 30 51 As the New Year opened we defeated Columb a 42 15 wlth guard jack Lambert paclng the E Towners wxth 12 pomts to take the scormg laurels Contmumg alone ln League competrtnon the B ar romped over Manetta 43 18 and easlly plugged over East Hempfneld 63 33 Makmg our strmg Eve ln a row Mount Joy was stopped dead by the Wxndxsh coached team 64 26 Good Img was top man wlth 22 pomts to hxs crednt Traveling to Manhelm the E Towners played a mp and tuck battle through the fnrst half to lead Man le tn 26 24 As the third quarter opened the Bears w r unable to get a sustamed offense gomg as Manhenm went on to wxn 38 55 In a non league game E Town ralhed to wm over Swatara 64 46 MBFIBIIQ was handed a set back as the Bears took an early lead wh1ch ended ln victory 60 36 After noslng out Swatara 40 36 we closed our 1949 53 league season as the Wmdxsh men tnumphed over Eas Hempheld to fimsh second xn the sectlon Weaver led tht. attack scormg 12 poxnts of the total 44 agamst our op ponents 24 Gerald Weaver center Bert Goodlmg and Bob DAgost1no forwards and jack Coberly jack Lambert and Jxm Meckley guards turned m thelr umforms for the last time as they concluded not Just another season but thexr last m thexr hxgh school cage career Well clone fellows' Couch Wmdnsh the man who keeps our fellows on the ball 1 , I . . v , . . . .' . , . , . , . , . , . , , . ! - Y - . , - : . . , . x , . - 1 , , .. - . ,. . I . , , ' , g V ' - Y Y 1 . .. ,. - . . . - - 1 . . . , . I - . ' . . . U 1 UQ . i - 1 ' Our second impressive victory was score:l as we jour- . - 5 . , - . I - I ' , - V . , l - , . - . . D a . Q, . 1 S 3 7 - I ' . ' - 7 . - . ' 2 'A . , - - . ' . ' ' Vi , - . . . v - - . JUNIOR VARSITY SQUAD First Row, Left to Right: F. Walters, J. Miller, W. Fetter, R. Hoover, J. Herr, G. Achorn, Coach Windish. Second Row: B. Withers, J. Rutherford, J. Wanamaker, T. Lighthiser, G, Helm, J. Rutherford, R. Plummer. JUNIOR VARSITY League Record Overall Record: E. Lampeter . Columbia . . . Middletown . E. Donegal .. Mt. Joy ..... Manheim Boro Middletown . Columbia . . , Marietta .... E. Hempfield 10 wins 0 losses 14 wins 3 losses E. H. S. OPP. .....36 20 .. 18 23 -26 31 . ..31 10 .....24 13 ....31 20 . ..30 38 . ..45 16 .....38 17 .....20 14 E. Donegal .... .. 27 9 Mt. Joy ..... Manheim Boro Swatara ..... Marietta .... Swatara ..... E Hempfield I9 ana! Coming agemen JUNIOR HIGH SQUAD First Row: R. Cunningham, J. Heigel, J. Mummau, K. Beinhauer, J. Frey, L. Collins, E. Warden. Second Row: R. Heisey, I. Stahl, D. Warfel, D. Shearer, R. Haines, L. Boyer, J. Frye, J. Rutherford, H. Goodling, Coach Luchnick. .....35 9 ....44 32 .....31 14 . ..32 24 ....25 23 .....38 13 JUNIOR HIGH League Record Overall Record: E. Donegal .. Mt. Joy ..... Hershey .... Manheim Boro Annville .... Marietta .,.. E. Hempfield E. Donegal .. Annville ..... Mt. Joy ..... Middletown . Manheim Boro Hershey .... Marietta .... Middletown . E. Hempfield 10 wins 0 losses 15 wins 1 loss E. H. S. OPP. .. 30 18 .. 37 31 18 11 20 18 35 10 26 24 35 19 .. 36 18 .. 62 26 .. 45 15 .. 18 20 .. 23 17 .. 28 14 ., 32 25 30 15 . ..., 27 14 emonfi on fAe Qbiamon 4 Mr fha I ,. I N J 1 A avi, QQ I March 31 . . April 3 . . . April 11 .. April 13 .. April 18 . . April 20 . . April 25 . . April 27 . . May 9 . . May11.. May 16 .. May 18 .. 1 K ' I -. .. kia! . XV Lambert, husky E-Town catcher, takes a mighty swat at the ball as the E-Towners start another great season OPPONENT Middletown .. Middletown .. Marietta ..... Manheim Boro East Hempfield East Donegal . PLACE . . . .Home . . .Home . . .Home ........Home East Hempfield ........Home Mt. Joy. .. ..Mt. Joy Marietta .... ...... M arietta East Donegal .... . . .East Donegal Mt. Joy ...... Manheim Boro. . . . . . East Hempfield ........Home Manheim Boro ........Home FIRST ROW. Left to Right: N. Chittum, D. Shearer, R. D'Agostino. G. Weaver, R. Hoover, O. Florschutz, L. Chapman, A. Goodling, J. Lambert, J. Coberly. SECOND ROW: G. Achorn, M. Ginder, R. Lokey, R. Broucht. 'B JHerrJRthrfdJW k t.. aum, . . , . u e or , . anama er. THIRD ROW: Coach Luchnick. E. Warden, Manager: J. Ruth- erford. R. Hawthorne, E. Shank, R. Albright, R. Hawthorne. R. Haines, J. Weaver, R. Shank, T. Harder, L. Greenly, Manager: Coach Windish. HITIYITIES .gs Z fu X v s .J 5 L- W 4 Wbx ' xiii: x l . Tri-Hi-Y Omcers Julia Risser, Vice President, Miss McGrane, Adviser R. Sauter, Treasure-r,' Jean Roland, President N. Risdon, Secretary ji - i - M . . . GIRLS wI1H A PURPOSE A RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATION for senior high girls . . . sponsored many enjoyable assembly pro- grams of outside talent . . , Curtis Campaign was a sure success! . . . capable president. Jean Roland . , , advised by Miss MCGrane . . . Teen Talks provided interesting club meetings . . . gave Christmas gifts to Crippled Children's Hospital . . . numerous activities were com- bined. Initiation and Hallowe'en Party, our sponsored school in Europe, the first Alumni Night for previous members, Mother and Daughter Banquet which was enjoyed by all, and our Spring Dance-in other words, a very active club! FIRST ROW. Left to Right: S. Royer. M. Miller. J. Hershey, D Shearer. J. Gohn. B. Bryan. J. Martin. P. Douglas, D. Kautz J. Sweigart. N, Park. H. Brandt. P. Berrier, N. Schroll, K. Hoffman. T. Seitz. SECOND ROW: S, Bechtel, J. Espenshade, S. Knarr N. Sweigart, J. Zerphev. P. Broscy. L. Gibble. R, Barley, N. Campbell. P. Adams. A. Fasnacht, E. Frazier, A, Seifert, J. Hawthorne THIRD ROW: B. Brown. J. Senseman. G. Klinger. J. Schroll, B. Miller. T. Lancaster. F. Long, L. Nye, E, Dieffenbach. A. Snyder L. Bowman, I. Espenshade, H. Nauman. D. Schaffner. FOURTH ROW: L. Goodling. N. Rice, M. Parmer. M. Easton. R. Klinger J. Chapman. J. Betz, B. Floyd. L. Longenecker, J, Messick, H. Eshelman, J, Trostle, K. Gish, A. Good, J. Risser, J. Hawthorne, In the true spirit of Christ- mas, the Tri-Hi-Y girls wrapped gifts for the Crip- pled Children's Hospital. Mr. Sloan demonstrates liquid air to an astounded At the Hallowe'en party, R. M. Sauter, audience. The interesting assemblies were made D. Shearer, and J. Sheetz participate possible through the Tri-Hi-Y's Curtis campaign. in the activity enjoyed by everyone-eating. The Hi-Y and Tri-Hi-Y officers played host to Mr. "We made it!" M. Miller, J. Roland, R. M. Sauter Haak at a dinner prepared by the F. H. A. girls. and N. Risdon examine the sales chart of a successful Curtis campaign. lllf' l lfil'l00f5Q To create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community, high standards of Christian character. Clean living, clean speech, clean athletics, and clean scholarship. FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Y. Nisley, J. Roland, D. Bricker, D. Shearer, G. Matoney, L. Baum, M. Farver, P. Jacobs, J. Earhart, J. Barnhart, H. Eberly, J. Killian, D. Kelley, M. Wright, A, Burkholder. SECOND ROW: E. Martin, B. Brubaker, E. Page, A. Reider, A. Lokey, A. Heisey, J. Ginder, P. Hess, J. Risser, L. Weidman, M. Hess. R, Mummau, N. Greiner, J. Warren. THIRD ROW: P. Longenecker, P, Yarnall, J. Risser, R. Sauter, A. Gantz, S. Hornafius, M. Grubb, G. Nauss, A. Andrews, L. Esslinger, M. Leicht, A. Groff, M. Schwanger, J. McKonly, FOURTH ROW: B. Swisher, G. Hoover, N. Sloat, N. Risdon, M. Shank, J. Helm, J. Risser, J. Sheetz, M. Grubb, J. Summy. HI-Y OFFICERS james Miller, Treasurerg Jack Lambert, Secretaryg Paul Belser, Vice Presidentg Robert D'Agostino, President Mr. Trimble, Adviser A -' .M . . . FELLOWS WITH A GOAL A RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATION under the leadership of Bob D'Agostino and advised by Mr. Trimble . . . worked hard at student participation in programs . . . mem- bers gave interesting talks about their hobbies . . . Jack Lambert and Paul Belser were selected to go to the "Youth Legislative Sessions" . . . participated with Tri-Hi-Y on church night . . . under the Hi-Y programs this year the fellows really became interested in promoting their hobbies. FIRST ROW, Left to Right: J. Weaver, E. Kessler, A. Good, D. Raffensperger, J. May, G. Hess, J. Newcomer. P. Vuxta B. Withers, W. Mummert, D. Zook, C. Baum, R. King, A. Goodling, W. Fetter. R. Emenheiser, G, Weaver. SECOND ROW T. Lighthiser, J. Kuntzelman, J. Weaver, R. Shank, D. Bryan, J. Bingeman, H. Boozer, E. Shank, K. Wittle, R. Broucht H. Forry, I. Engle, D. Bradley, J. Grimm, J. Paxson. THIRD ROW: R. Baker, W. Chesnutt, C. Adams, D. Dixon, R. Geb- hard, J. Frey, J. Meckley, C. Whitmoyer, R. Hoover, G. Achorn, R. Bainbridge. D. Herman, J. Coberly. FOURTH ROW E. Smith, L. Shank, I. Gebhard, T. Trimmer, J. Miller, F. Olweiler, J. Rutherford, J. Rahn, B. Smuck, J. Proctor, J Lambert, R. D'Agostino, D. Heller. FIFTH ROW: A, Lancaster, G. Frost, P. Greiner, D. Griffith, B. Parrett, W, Fink J. Zarfoss, M. Weaver, R. Eshelman, T. Harder, D. Laudenslager, G. Berrier, P. Belser, R, Plummer. JUNIOR HI-Y FIRST ROW. Left to Right: J. Weaver. C. Baker. E. Taylor, B. Becker, Y. Brown, J. Westafer, M. Fetter, L. Lehman. C. Nauman, C. Earhart, J. Miller, A. Kilhefner, A. Coulson. SECOND ROW: P. Myers, G. Hoerner, S. Bishop. C. Griftith, J. Nisley, S. Bates, B. Gish, M. Warren, D. Kniley, G. Weaver. J. Warden, J. Heisey, L. Gutshall. E. Hershman. THIRD ROW: J. Shank P. Rosensteel. M. Engle. S. Patton, J. Wenger. G. Clarke. J. Wanamaker. G. Pyle, D. Stevens, N. Bankler, A. Risser. Q 7 Lil' LU'll0l" if THE JUNIOR HI-Y and TRI-I-Il-Y clubs promote Christian character in the junior high. The 35 members of the Junior Hi-Y elected Richard Wenger, president: Jere Frey, vice-president, Robert Haines, secre- tary-treasurer: James Rutherford and Harold Daveler, chaplain, to serve as their officers. The positions in the cabinet of the Junior Tri-Hi-Y were held by Julia Shank, presi- dent: Joy Wenger. vice-president: Dorothy Grubb, secretary: Sylvia Loraw, treasurer: and Jacquelyn Nisley, chaplain. The Y clubs held a combined Initiation Party where the new members became acquainted with older members. The Hi-Y held swimming parties and attended church while the Tri-Hi-Y prepared baskets of food and discussed "Teen Topics" 0 at their meetings. These alert students are the Junior Y officers. 5 Kneeling: J. Rutherford, R. Haines, R. Wenger, H. J. Frey Standing: Mr. Blouch, J. Shank, D. Grubb, J. Wenger, S. Loraw, Miss Miller FIRST ROW. Left to Right: J. Goodling. D. Bishop. L. Hippensteel. K. Rice. E. Bishop. E. Warden. G. Edmiston. F. Hershey. L. Erb. J. Hawthorne. J. Frey. D. Gihble, J. Shank. SECOND ROW: H. Daveler, J. Wenger. R. Abram, L. Heffner, H. Goodling. R. Williams, K. Beinhauer, J. Rutherford. R. Haines. R. Wenger, R. Albright. D. Warfel. JUNIOR TRI-HI-Y STAFF HEADS AND ADVISERS Standmg Left to Rlght George Frost Edxtor james Martm Photography Edxtor Yvonne Nxsley Art and Layout Edltor Seated Lelt to Rzght Rose Mane Sauter Business Manager Mr Petrxllock Art Advlser Mnss Wagner L1terary Advlser Jean Roland Llterary Editor Mnss Bell Busmess and Pho tography Adx lser AzaLefAan .SQ MAQCLJ5 MAGNETS FOR HEADACHES FEW PEOPLE ever stop to thmk about the work that goes lnto the makmg of a year llked beavers to make the Ellzabethan of 1950 tops 1n yearbooks' Try and get lt 1n soon were the words that the ed1tors so often drrected to thelr staffs With the lltc a -,I staff gettmg ln 1ts copy the art staff its l1ne cuts the busmess staff xts ads and the photography staff lts snapshots all were put together resultmg m a yearbook of whlch we are proud Home room 21 became a rendevous for tlreless ed1tors and patlent dvlsers After many fourth perlods crammed wxth work scores of meetmgs to plan the layout and an uncountable amount of sheer concentratlon the goal was reached' The 1950 yearbook one of the best Cdl' I a I O O book. but the Elizabethan staff thought about it! Not only thought, but worked S Os ' . PHOTOGRAPHY AND ART STAFFS ARTISTIC GENIUSES . . . designed all illustrations for the yearbook . . . planned its layout . . . created striking posters for advertisement . . . worked like busy bees on those super line-cuts . . . brought out every phase of our theme-"L'il Abner" . . . made a top production under the leadership of Yvonne Nisley. art editor. and Mr. Petrillock. adviser. Related to the art staff is the photography staff under the competent guidance of james Martin, camera ace . . . assisted Photographer Bishop in taking yearbook pictures-H snapped a few with his own camera too. mv 57, Seated, Left to Right: M. Grubb, D. Shearer, Y. Nisley. G. Nauss, NI. Sheetz. R. Barley. Standing: S. Hornahus. M. Grubb, D. Dixon, I. Proctor, Ll. Martin. LI. Newcomer. I.. Cloodline AZClA0lACU'I LITERARY STAFF SPENT Tuesdays activity periods working . . . racked their brains for new words an'l phrases . . . found the dictionary a useful source of information . . . "Are all your write-ups in?" . . . read and proof-reaii tlit yearbook . . . slavecl over titles, identifica- tions. and write-ups. too numerous to men- tion . . . capably guided by editor. jean Roland. and adviser. Miss Wagner. SFIATPID. Lt-ll In High! J Roland, N Rlsaloii P Hess. L I'IsslingcI'. D. Bl'lL'kt'I' STANDING: R Klingt-r. D Good, J Zcrphr-x A Andrews. A Hnflorci. G Frost. I. XV:-idnmzin. B Brulmkor BUSINESS STAFF BUSY with their business! . .,,. canvassei the business area of the town for Yearbook ads . . . "Would you like to be a patr ,n ti our yearbook?" . . . took care of circulation and distribution . . . assisted the literary staff by typing copy . . . well-managed bf Rose Marie Sauter. business manager. ani Miss Bell. adviser. SE.-XTED. Lett to Right C Slout. A. 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"Every other one!" shout the patrolmen on duty . . . girls take their positions while classes pass from one room to another '... held many twelve- thirty meetings . . . capably ad- vised by Miss Hunsecker and i captained by Jeanne Ginder. First Row, Left to Right: D. Shearer, R. Sauter. J. Ginder, Y. Nisley, M. Grubb, N. Risdon. Second Row: Miss Hunsecker, N. Schroll, S. Hornalius, J. Sheetz, D. Bricker, L. Esslinger, R. Barley. Third Row: J. Risser, K. Gish, N. Campbell, D. Good, J. Roland. .7!ze gblfbllae 0I'l'lQl'l'l6l, Ql"5 0!,j4I'l'lQl"iCCl ACTIVE CLUB composed of home economic girls . . . elected Gloria Nauss, president: Nancy Greiner, vice president: Arlene Lokey, secretary: and Anna Martha Groff, treasurer . . . seized the opportunity of making some money by selling delicious-nutritious lunches . . . these girls should be commended for their willingness to participate in the various drives-sponsored the Red Cross Drive and March of Dimes . . . attended F. H. A. con- ferences at the Harrisburg State Farm Show . . . worked at top speed under the direction of their adviser, Mrs. Rohrer. The F. H. A. girls taking charge of collecting money for the Red Cross in our school are G. Nauss, A. Snyder, J. Hawthorne, J. Hawthorne and D. Schaffner. M. Hollinger, A. Burkholder, K. Hoffman, D. Olweiler, J. Espenshade, S. Bechtel, J. Barnhart, and S. Shiffer watch J. Killian operate the new automatic ironer. Baking a cake requires only a few minutes with N. Greiner, D. Heisey, G. Hitz, A. Lokey and D. Kautz mixing the batter. M. Leicht, R. Barley, N. Campbell, M. Schwanger, Mrs. Rohrer, A. Heisey, A. Hufford, and P. Weaver do their bit by packing bundles for the needy. .f. cm WITH AN AIM X SHARP SHOOTERS on pa- rade! . . . consists of twenty aspiring. expert riflemen . . . hw supervised by Mr. Diehl . . . competes with other schools in nation-wide shooting contests . . . develop steady nerves, quick eyes, and qualities of concentra- tion . . . teaches good sports- manshi . P First Row, Left to Right: J. Weaver, J. Grimm, J. Kuntzelman, J. Newcomer, H. Reiner, J Brandt. J. Meckley. Second Row: Mr. Diehl, J. Weaver, C. Cobaugh, J. Paxson, W. Heisey P. Brandt. D. Bryan. W. Fetter. Third Row: T. Harder. R. Plummer, D. Heller, D. Herman J. Zarfoss. L. Chapman. ouing eloorferzi STARTED the school year with a bang by publishing "The Bear Gazette"-a really sensational school paper . . . hound around school for the latest news , . . always managed to pry into the affairs of students and teachers . . . learned the make-up of a school paperA-the writing, the trip to the printer, the editing, and the proof-reading -all taken in their stride . . . met during IVlonday's activity period . . . spent many after-school hours working on their paper . . . gained knowledge and experience they'll never forget . . . members were taught the principles of journalism and advised on the basic matters by their co npetent instructor, Miss Wagner. FIRST ROW, Left to Right: S. Royer, P, Douglas. J, Martin. B. Brown, J. Flynn, A. Good. G. Klinger. V. Barnhart. R. Klinger. H. Eshelman, P. Adams. SECOND ROW: A, Fasnavht. B. Floyd. L. Nye, J. Barnhart, A. Sweigart, T. Seitz, S. Knarr. G. Hoover, E Page, A Andrews. THIRD ROW: J. Ellinger. N. Slout. J. Summy, P. Vuxta, D. Bryan, H. Forry, C. Cobaugh. D. Zook. J. Grimm, W. Chesnutt. FOURTH ROW: L. Shank, D. Heller, G. Frost, K. Byers, B. Smuck. 4 1 , IQ gait? L, 1. I. 4' ?A5'k .Ax- '.+.:a. if V 3 ar Vw 'bg ,,n, A 6' 44' v ihpfgx HAZQUK v v f 'X f a A? gr in-1' -x m V V ' A 'ff- a 1 1 : E: ' -s w ' Alu' Q : i' sf. 'TL ,, ,vfia, 'f-'ffsii!?i5?fsff, . sv . G-N 1 Y Q' K .12 kfjf 5 1'-I iii! Qtr , , 'x v 1+ -an lf Q' f . - - ' :Qui . 7 2 Stl 5 1 , 'Q QU, ff K S551 W, ,Ka 44 A 2 x 1 . 4 P I J , .jgftw ' e MR. KLAUSS a man who can make musicians of ordinary students. A man who can lead a group with fiddles and horns and produce music of quality. Under Mr. Klauss's direction our band, orchestras, and ensemble seem to be able to rival the professionals. Ql'li0I" Ol"CA8:5tl"Cl, . . . OUR SCHOOL'S PRIDE AND JOY SMALL, BUT MIGHTY . . . orchestra's best year . . . Forensic winners for two years . . . play beboop as well as Brahms . . . everyone's favorite-"Ode to Rhythm" . . . under capable direction of Mr. Klauss-"All right, let's get here on time next week!" . . . an orchestra of which E-town can be proud! FIRST ROW, Left to Right: J. Hawthorne, D. Andrews, J. Trostle, O. Florschutz, L. Esslinger, E. Hershman, M. Martin N. Risdon, A. Burkholder, R. Butterbaugh, D. Messick, C. Moose, S. Patton. D. Grubb. D. Herman, D. Zook, H. Daveler D. Emenheiser, A. Risser, E. Enck, L. Smith, L. Longenecker, BACK ROW: J. Roland. Y. Nisley, J. Paxson, R. King, R Bainbridge, J. Wanamaker. P. Yarnall, J. Rutherford. J. Hoover. J. Martin. G. Heffner. P. Greiner, D. Raffensperger, M Shank, E. Seitz, J. Eyer, H. Boozer. R. Wenger, P, Belser, G. Achorn. J. Bingeman, Mr. Klauss. is 6' , "'x M' 3 . . f' 9 sf 7, 'ji-'H Sf "FT . fig! ,.. XM' ' J' ' f '1 . 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""""A35j -'ff'-A J A 7fddAlHg g6tf0l15 FOR tall blonde senior Nancy Risdon this will be the last year of leading the band through its precision drills High step ping Nancy has been our head majorette for the last three years Nan has done a superb Job out front SNAPPY alert good looking thev go through their capers with precision Nancy Millie Vonnie and Pearle dropped from the ranks this year Christmas parade a credit to any band F Martin 'XI Sloat 'VI Shank J Rissei N Rlsdon E Taylor J Trostle P jacob M Grubb Y Nlisley S L raw I Floyd D Stexens s O L "There are only eight little girlies in our chorus line" . , . won second prize in 1 J xi, I FIRST ROW. Left to Right: G. Rickert, J. Hoover, R. Belser. L. Longenecker. M Engle. R. Bainbridge, J. Paxson, J. Wan- amaker, R. King, E Sinniger, R. Abram, H. Brandt, G. Edmiston. Mr. Klauss. SECOND ROW: J. Schroll, D, Messick J. Wenger. G. Clarke, W. Gaskill, J. Rutherford, G. Achorn. G. Heffner, W. Chesnutt. C. Hilsher, H. Forry. THIRD ROW' M. Hoover, H. Engle, D. Gibble, D. Raffensperger. J. Wenger. M Isenberg, J. Hawthorne. E. Seitz. T. Seitz, K. Gish, J Warden. D. Andrews. FOURTH ROW: J. Ebersole. H. Eberly. R Butterhaugh. P. Yarnall, A. Reider. J. Earhart. D. Grubb. J. Miller, H. Boozer, J. Bingeman, J. Eyer. FIFTH ROW: D. Emenheiser. C. Moose, M. Grubb, G. Stauffer. C. Whit- nioyer. R. Myers, L. Boyer. R. Wenger. J. Zarfoss. P. Belscr. F. Van Scjroc. P. Grcinur. J. Martin. 2 THERE'S SOMETHING ABOUT A ,SCAOOK DOWN THE FIELD-HERE THEY COME! The blare of the trumpet, the beat of the drum . . . the sixth year of the High School Band ended sutcessfully, adding two new trophies to our collec- tion . . . the band captured second place in the Christmas Parade at Harrisburg and first place at Middletown . . . under the expert direction of Mr. Noah Klauss . . . we all owe our bumps and bruises to Boltz' bus . . . the highlight of the year was the jamboree held in recognition of the Enola railroad yards. The senior band formed the front of the locomotive complete with smoke- the junior band and jay Enck, our guest major. brought up the rear . . . the band loses some of its charter members this year . . . snappiest band in the county. . just can't be beat! That colorful splash of blue and white on E-Town's side. rendering those snappy tunes that pep up the team and spectators-thats our band! rg V .4- , v KW ' fy ' f' Kay Nur' i ," X I 4 M I MISS BRANDT our excellent director. deserves a vote of thanks for the timv and effort that she puts into the music curriculum of Elizabeth- town. It is her untiring spirit that makes our two annual Concert performances so successful. J ixe C orud . . . GOLDEN cnoiws COMPOSED of the highest vocal ability . . . juniors and seniors . . . knocked themselves out giving their all at Monday and Wednesday rehearsals . . . Fred Waring's arrangement of "You'll Never Walk Alone" Caused many sighs of admiration . . . gum chewers made unhappy by demerit system . . . Oh. that alto section! . . . many a happy hour has been sung away by the Mixed Chorus. FIRST ROW. Left to Right: M Miller. P Weaver. D. Good, J. Betz. M. Wright. P Yarnal1,M, Shank, N. Risdon.J Sheeiz. B. Swisher L. Goodling. J. Roland. J. Ginder, P. Brosey. L. Baum SECOND ROWi E. Moyer. J. Hawthorne, G. Nauss. S Hornahus. P. Jacobs D. Garman. J. Gohn, Y. Nisley. R. Sauter, M. Grubb, H. Eshelman, D, Messick. D. Bricker. L. Essnnger. M. Schwanger. A. Burk holder THIRD ROW. E. Kessler, D Raffenspcrger. C. Hilsher, D. Herman. J. Eycr. A. Gantz. A. Groff. E. Martin. L. Longenecker J. Bingeman. J. Frey. M. Heli. J. Martin. R, Plummer. FOURTH ROW. P. Greiner. R. Bainbridge. G. Staufler. R. Fink. J. Miller P. Belser. E. Smith. B Parrett. A. Keller. G Frost. R D'Agostino. J Coberly. J Weaver Qing CAOPLIJ THERE S MUSIC IN THE AIR MISS BRANDT S best behaved chorus Get rld of your gum glrls sang pretty numb rs for the two concerts practlce durmg Frldays fourth per.ods pet peeve those noon rehearsals' dr1lled songs and thrllled throngs plendld accompamst Jean Roland FIRST ROW Left to Right J Espenshade A Snxder A Helsex E Page J R1 ser A Hufford 'VI Schwanger J Rlsser A Burk holder H Eshelm m P Longcnukcr J Roland J Suugart J Zerphex SECOND ROVS T Slpllng M Rutt P Berr1er VI Easton J Chapman F Long T Lanraster H Nauman L Weldman D Brxcker A HCISQY J Gxnder THIRD ROW D Shearer I Ellmger D Kellu A Swelgwrt M Hames N Sxxexgurt J Hawthorne K Hoffman G Matonex D Shearer N Cam bell R 0 if 0l"lfl5 BURSTING WITH SONG DON COSSACKS of the senlor hlgh harmonlously blended VOICES held audlences wlth RISE UP SHEPHERD AND FOLLOW and THE RANGERS SONG Mxss Brandts often heard words durmg rehearsal Whos eatlng back there9' expertlv arcompanled by Paul Grelner FIRST ROW Left to Rxght P Hollmffer J Newcomer R 'NI1l1er .I Bmgeman G Achorn VC. Chesnutt D Herman D Dwon NI Helt J 1-'rex B Smuck J We:-ner J Weax er SECOND ROW E Kessler D Raffensperger C Hxlsher J Craun R Emen helser J Exer J Nhller J NIBTIIH G Frost R D Agostlno J Coberlx L Shank D Zook THIRD ROW G Helm P Gremer R Ba1nbr1d e G St Ffer R Fnk R E h g au 1 men exser P Belser E Smlth B Parratt A Keller T Harder R Plummer J Rahn C Cobaugh . ' 7 1 0 I O .. f' .."p. Barley. N. Park. L. Gibble, FOURTH ROW: B. Brubaker. L. Bowman, J. Warren. K. Winters. E, Dicffenbach, R. Klinger. J. Helm R. Heigel. J. Hershey. , . A , . , . . ' . - . y., 4 .. M 1,33 X ,555 ' 19 P A ',AA ' f Q : ' - 'ir W ,, f ,.f if If 'I '51 M, ,,A,,h .ggfw A MQ , . N-.LMQQE5 4 Sui! OG' 9 "R-1 W A "9 maxi? rw? ,Q . 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A A COMPLIMENTS OF THE CONTINENTAL PRESS ELIZABETHTOWN EDUCATIONAL BUILDING PUBLISHERS AND LOAN ELIZABETHTOWN PA LOS ANGELES CALIF ELGIN ILL ATLANTA GA DALLAS TEXAS wk Compl ments of THE CLASSIC SHOP Ellzabethtown s Leadmg Women s Shop i' 'A' , . , . , . , . 7 I i ' 7 ' 7 Shop and Meet Your Frxends at the Frlendly BEN FRANKLIN STORE On the Square ELIZABETHTOWN PA Phone 31 J For the G1rI on the Go featured t GRACE C BLOUGH S 116 South Market Street HAMILTON JEWELRY sToRE Good S Meat Market Watches Clocks jewelry 'k 'A' No 9 Center Square on fhe Square ELIZABETHTOWN, PA ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. la' 77 . r 4 is A U ' J! Q a 7 Hi I 'r 7 AUNT SALLY S KITCHEN Come in and slt once rn our Penna Dutch Atmosphere BAN QUETS A SPECIALTY F H KELLER S SONS QUALITY GROCERIES PHONE 84 M 204 South Market Street ELIZABETHTOWN PA LEVI C HERSHEY FOOD STORE One of The Red Rose Food Stores 554 South Market Street Pr-rom: 1 8 SCHROLL S OWN MAKE ICE CREAM for a quallty treat at lower prxces On the Square ELIZABETHTOWN PA PHONE 508 M When you re hungry for cookxes cakes or bread call the ELIZABETHTOWN BAK ERY and have them dellver temptmg baked products to your door EPPLEY S TOWN PHARMACY Cosmetxcs Drugs Luncheonette Smokmg Supplxes 'A' On the Square ELIZABETHTOWN PA , 9 KK ' ' Il t 'A' ir - , . 7 L6 7, 'A' 'A' , . ,,,L,,...... ,-, I 9 - 'A' ik .. , . 7 Y , . , - Y COMPLIMENTS OF ofafbed , .fduxigarg of the FRIENDSHIP FIRE COMPANY No1 WILLIAM E LAWTON FURNITURE Rugs Stoves 'A' 16 18 East Hlgh Street ELIZABETHTOWN PA Furn ture of Character at Reasonable Pr ces MILTON F EBERLY Phone 917 R 11 Route 3 ELIZABETHTOWN PA J L MECKLEY AUTOMATIC HEATING VENTILATING PLUMBING DISTRIBUTOR FOR The Amazlng Wmkler Low Pressure O11 Burner SEE IT BURN ALL GRADES OF OIL Wmkler Stokers Losch Bollers 233 South Market Street ELIZABETHTOWN PA Phone 414 If you want the hlghest quahty m hardware pamts and household applxances there IS no better place ln town than ZARFOSS HARDWARE STORE W W CoMPL1MENTs ov BAKER S DINER D H MARTIN S Men s and Boys Clothmg COMPLIMENTS or-' HERTZLER'S DAIRY THE DRESS SHOP DAISY M. KLEIN i' PHONE 139-M ON THE SQUARE Our Most Slncere Congrc1tu1c1t1ons Sen1ors on the attamment of your first goal m l1fe Keep pushmg upward on the ladder of success ROTH S 206 S Market St ELIZABETHTOWN PA BUICK CHEVROLET S F ULRICH INC 505 North Market Street ELIZABETHTOWN PA Phone 21 CHEVROLET BUICK CHRISTIAN LIGHT PRESS 20 South Market Street ELIZABETHTOWN PA Phone 250 Ehzabethtown headquarters for Sunday School church and other rellglous materlal COMPLIMENTS OF HARRY MILLER 8: SON ELIZABETHTOWN PA 'A' D b . . , . 'k FURNITURE STORE I N 'A' Compllments of GRUBB 8: BRENEMAN COAL FEED OIL COMPLIMENTS OF FRY AND ENGLE COMPLIMENTS OF INTERIOR PAINTERS EXTERIOR HEIN S BARBER SHOP Floor Sandmg Paper Hangmg CLEARVIEW DINER Route 230 COMPLIMENTS Op East of Ehzabethtown Permsylvama PAUL MUMMA S. B. BECKER SERVING QUALITY HOME COOKED MEALS 24 Hour Servlce Try Our DSIICIOUS Chlcken In the Basket I I I M, . 4 , Y, 'W . ' . , I , if-'sv' ' f , I ' . , 7 7 SHEARER'S FURNITURE STORE THE J AYCEE CREED WE BELIEVE . . . That the Brotherhood of man transcends ,k The sovereignity of nations: That economlc justlce can best be won 35 37 South Market Street By free men through free enterprise PHONE 12 W That government should be of laws Rather than of men That earth s great treasure Lxes m human personallty And that servlce to humamty Is the best work of hfe COMPLIMENTS OF THE ELIZABETHTOWN JAY S RISSER GARMENT CO JUNIOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE BISHOP S STUDIO S3 The Modern Stud1o with Years of Expenence : - 3 , w S 7 1 , V . 5 w . 1: . M- W Q- Q m.4y.'..fI4 ' I , .. .. - 2 1 ' V H f . . ,, COMPLIMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS OF MOYER S POTATO CHIPS COMMUNITY COFFEE SHOP ELIZABETHTOWN PA R D No 2 Phone 917R 21 498 West High Street ELIZABETHTOWN PA PHONE 298 J COMPLIMENTS OF GARBER MOTOR COMPANY ELIZABETHTOWN PA Theres a New Ford In Your Future COMPLIMENTS OF JOSEPH GREEN BURG IC E L A N D INCORPORATED ELIZABETHTOWN COLLEGE A Standard Co-educational College Granting AB and BS Degrees Accredited by Pennsylvania State Department of Public Instruction Middle Atlantic States Association of Col leges Member of Association of American Colleges American Council on Education Courses m Liberal Arts Science Pre-professional Fields Laboratory Technology Secretarial Science Business Administration Teacher Education Diversified Extra-Curricular Program Delightful Location For information write to PRESIDENT A. C. BAUGHER, P1-LD. Q Elizabethtown, Pa. GEBHARTS HITZ GROCERY ART AND BOOK STORE Corner N. Hanover and E. Willow Streets FULL LINE or- GIFTS FOR ALL UCCASIONS GTOCSFICS Lunch Meats Ice Cream Soft Drmks Candy Pastrles Frozen Foods 26 Wes Hrgh Street ELIZABETHTOWN PA PHONE 443 R FREE DELIVERY KEN NEWOOD HOTEL COMPLIMENTS OF 28 South Market Street ELIZABETHTOWN PA Phone M LONGENECKER S GARAGE PHONE 367 Not only alumm headquarters but ELIZABETHTOWN PA headquarters for good eatmg RECORDS FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY MODERN STYLE SHOP Hnmm 105 South Market Street ELIZABETHTOWN PA Mc B F R C A VICTOR IISIDN 'KY' EVERYTHIN IN LADIES WEAR S For the best In servlce and quallty For all Electr1cal Appllances see INC J B FISHER Makers of Flne Shoes for Women MUSIC AND APPLIANCE STORE GENERAL ELECTRIC i' t . - - . - t . L , . , . 4- 7 'I' Y , . ,I , 5 . A 1 I -. - K - I n F , , 'H'--'Z- O .... ' " A 9 ' ' , 4 if l 'fl S i' 3' P f' , X u , : X COAL GRAIN COMPLIMENTS or-' GINDER DRY CLEANERS WENGER'S FEED MILL RHEEMS, PA. P E: E1.1zABE'rm'owN 175 Tailormade Clothes SEEDS FEED 12 East Hlgh Street Phone 187 W COMPLIMENTS OF SN YDER S GARAGE R D No 2 MT JOY PA COMPLIMENTS OF TOWN TAXI Pho e 410 COMPLIMENTS OF RAY GUTSHALL s MEN s STORE 17 East Hlgh St eet 'K COMPLIMENTS OF RAHN S SHOE SERVICE NOT ALWAYS A STUDENT Someday not too many y ars rn the future most of you w1ll be fathers and mothers' When that trme comes remember The Studio lor Little Peop 1. THE GAINER STUDIO NO I Cerner Square BOB S FLOWER SHOP 9 West H1gh Street A Message Said Wtrh Flowers IS Well Sazd Spec1al1z1ng 1n Artlstlc Arrangements and Funeral Deslgns TYPEWRITERS Addmg Machmes Cash Reg1sters Check Wr1ters J M ENGLE i S PHONE 14 J CoM LIMENTS OF SUREHEAT COAL AND FUEL OIL Phone 476 R 5 GEORGE E CARRIGER Pamt and Body Shop RHLFMS 110 J 12 BAKER S DINING ROOM 'k We Cater to Banquets NOT CHEAP SHOE: BUT GOOD SHOES CHEAPER COMPLIMENTS or ECONOMY SHOE STORE 39 West H1gh Street ELIZABETHTOWN, PA 1' 9 A l 5 if l i.L,, ,1:.A: , - A 5, 411 East High Street 'A' 1 CoMPx.1v1ENrs or ELIZABETHTOWN GARMENT COMPANY ELIZABETHTOWN CHRONICLE North Market Street Ehzabethtown Pa Phone 9 R Servmg Ellzabethtown for 80 Years PUBLISHED FRIDAYS G W R H FORNEY Complete Body and Fender Repalrs CHRYSLER AND PLYMOUTH RHEEMS PA CRUSHED STONE ROAD CONSTRUCTION COMPLIMENTS OF W T GRANT CO 48 South Market Street 'A' THE FRIENDLY STORE LEO KOB Plurnbmg Heatmg Hardware AUTHORIZED DEALER IN ELIZABETHTOWN FOR AUTOMATIC G E OIL AND GAS HEATING '74 South Market Street ELIZABETHTOWN PA by J. , astafer and Son ' ' HEISEY BROS. QUARRIES a if if BIKES BATTERIES Retreading and Vulcanizing MASON,S GROCERY STORE if Grocery and General Merchandise LEAMANaS TIRE SERVICE RHEEMS, PENNSYLVANIA , PHONE 484-W 205 E. Mam St., Mt. Joy, Pa. 233 S Market St ELIZABETHTOWN COMPLIMENTS OF OLDS PONTIAC CADILLAC Sales 85 Servlce G H s RISSER MOTORS R0ute230EaSt Call 233 ELIZABETHTOWN PA PHONE 560 J l ,..--H-4..".!"..-""-e ,,M"""wfd Aaah-"'WMWMWk ll H Ill Glve your new car the care rt deserves by vrsrtmg your GOOD GULF DEALER regularly and lettmg hlm gxve your car dependable ser V1ClI'lg Everything 1n the Gulf lrne . . .PA. 'A' 4 , JN ,Q I A 1 V y V- L -f Cm Cf I A A M A L ff A ' E Q ,V Q ww 5l V4 f L, Best W1shes to the Class of 1950 THE THEOBALD INDUSTRIES K WAGNER S CHICKERY Beverly Twm Market COMPLIMENTS OF Farm Machmery and Llvestock Exchange SPICKLER S DAIRY BABY CHICKS DUCKLINGS TURKEY POULTS AND LIVESTOCK COMPLIMENTS OF REMNANT SHOP ZEPNICK S Every Sewmg Need GROCERY STORE Ik 109 North Market Street ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. ELIZABETHTOWN, PA H. . ' , fr if D. S. BAUM HOMEMADE BOLOGNA DRIED BEEF A SELECT PRODUCT 'A' R. D. No. ELIZABETHTOWN PHONE 917-R-2 HARRY J. BYERS LINOLEUM STORE 'A' When you put your foot down, Put it down on our Iinoleum. H K DORSHEIMER SPORTING GOODS KODAKS CONFECTIONERY SUNDRIES COMPLIMENTS OF ELIZABETHTOWN BUILDING 85 SUPPLY CO 341 W Bambrldge Street ELIZABETHTOWN PA PHONE 553 General Contractors Bulldmg Supplies FARMERS FERTILIZER WORKS Manufacturers of HIGH GRADE FERTILIZER an DONEGAL PLANT FOOD Phone 11 ELIZABETHTOWN PA HERALD PRINT SHOP ELIZABETHTOWN PA 'A' E G KUHN For Your Wmng Needs Call MARTIN ELECTRICAL SERVICE RUSSEL A MARTIN 140 Orange Street ELIZABETHTOWN PA PHONE 440 t W DOT S BEAUTY SHOPPE or D1scr1m1nat1ng Women 44 West Hxgh Street ELIZABETHTOWN PA PHONE 99 Our Best Wishes to the Class of 50 HENRY L GI SE ELIZABETHTOWN PA Everythmg from a long wearmg Flrestone txre to modern kxtthen applxances may be purchased at Notary Public Surveyor V1s1t th1s modern store for the Agent for State Capxtol Savmgs and Loan quahty and servlce you want most Assoclatlon of Harrlsburg Pa Best Wzshes G HERSHEY AND SON KITTY S DEPARTMENT STORE South Market and Park Streets TRUDY HALL JR ELIZABETHTOWN PA JUNE ARDEN GEORGIANA and LIL ALICE COMPLIMENTS or-' RAY HARDER FULL LINE 'A' KIDDIES CLOTHES DRESSES RAILWAY EXPRESS AGENCY 70 East Maln Street 306 West H1gh Street MT JOY PA PHONE 141 R f 'A' 'A' NEWCOMER'S FIRESTONE STORE Insnfnnce 0fA11KindS 1 . . t S 5 ff if 'A' iQ-Mm 0 'UAF cS'6mAffAa,, U KYLE PRINTING COMPANY LETTERPRESS AND OFF SET Sales L1terature Catalogs Letter Heads Envelopes Office Forms D1al 7588 140 SOUTH GEORGE STREET YORK PA WALMERS FOOD STORE Best of Luck to the Class of 1950 COMPLIMENTS OF 103 North Market Street PHONF 134 W BECK S FRUITS AND VEGETABLES SEA FOODS FROSTED FOODS 4 On the Square Phone 288 ELIZABETHTOWN PA MUMPER S DAIRY ELIZABETHTOWN PENNSYLVANIA wif if-nf ,. 3 1 4 7 4 ,. J. V. BINKLEY SEWING MACHINES 'A' 111 North Market Street ELIZABETHTOWN PA GENERAL INSURANCE Specializing in AUTO INSURANCE 'A' NORMAN G. GOOD PHONE 130- J 48 East Hlgh Street BROUCHT S MEAT MARKET 429 East Hugh Street QUALITY MEATS We Deliver Phone 14 R COMPLIMENTS OF I-IESTECO DRESS and SPORTSWEAR MFG CO Speclahzmg m REAL ITALIAN SPAGHETTI TEXAS HOT WEINERS VIRGINIA BAKED HAM ALSO BAR B QUES PHONE 34 J DINNERS LUNCHEONS 3 'A' Ik . :K mars I i - I Ea Q , rf . T 0 N Y ' S GOODPRINT LETTER SHOP 24 East Hlgh Street ELIZABETHTOWN PA COMPLETE MAIL SERVICE MIMEOGRAPHING AND MAILING PERSONALIZED STATIONERY PHONFS 139 W COMPLIMENTS OF A S KREIDER SHOE MANUFACTURING CO Shop at GREINER S FOOD STORE For your Frozen Foods Grocerles Meats and Produce LocATED ON CENTER SQUARE ELIZABETHTOWN PA Phone 267 D L L A N D I S INSURANCE Phone 112 J COMPLIMENTS OF MARTIN S CHILDREN S SHOP ELIZABETHTOWN PA COMPLIMENTS OF LEHMAN 85 BOOK A DRY CLEANERS AND DYERS 'lr PHONE 473 ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. COMPLIMENTS OF THE GROFF MEAT MARKET SxNcE 1875 When you are ready to build that dream house let the ELIZABETHTOWN PLANING MILL furnlsh the fine materlals that makes your dream come true FOR EVERYTHING IN INSURANCE , S Watches, Clocks, jewelry, Sllverware ee 'A' iv . ! ' , Pens and Penclls BISCHOFES JEWELRY STORE COn the Squarej 25 Center Square ELIZABETHTOWN PA Phone 353 M GRIMM INSURANCE COMPANY SAMUEL R JONES Assocurra COMPLIMENTS OF SHOOKER S JEWELER COMPLIMENTS OF LOOMCRAFT FROCKS INC RISSER BROS Restaurant and Dellcatessen PHONE 176 ELIZABETHTOWN PA Best Wlshes from CENTRAL REXALL DRUGS Rexall Drugs 45 South Market Street Operatmg the SKY GRILL Modern Refreshment Spot COMPLETE DRUG SERVICE Best Wlshes to the Class of 1950 MYERS MACHINE SHOP North Poplar Street PHONE 164 j COMPLIMENTS OF Western Auto Assoc1ate Store 31 South Market Street SPORTING GOODS Home and Automotxve Supplxes STAUFFER s BEAUTY SALON 114 North Poplar Street PHONE 554 4 Glorifying the American Curl Best Wlshes to the CLASS OF 50 MUSSER'S GROCERY 103 Mt. joy Street PHONE 552 , . Home-Cooked Food - Our Own Make Ice Cream 4 4 4 7 7 ' 4 Catrymg the Load Smce 1868 Manufacturer of Wheelbarrows BUCH MANUFACTURING CO ELIZABETHTOWN PENNSYLVANIA BEST WISI-IES RIDER HARDWARE CO 25 South Market Street ELIZABETHTOWN PA REINHOLD S SUNOCO SERVICE A TO Z LUBRICATION 735 South Market Street ELIZABETHTOWN PA CARS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED ELIZABETHTOWN FARM EQUIPMENT Surge Sales and Servlce Phone 194 M COMPLIMENTS or REEMY'S SHOP KLEIN CHOCOLATE COMPANY FOUNDED 1913 BY WM KLEIN SR Manufacturers of Lunch Bars Grade A Bars Fme Mllk Chocolate Coatmgs and Cocoa Mllk Chocolate Wafers Roamers Ghders and Spmners 4 . , . 7 -Y- . , . . , . I I . s I . I CoMPL1'v1aNrSo1 HOTEI VIN MA1 RHEEMS GARAGE P! S A1115 Chalmers Farm Machmery Gooo LUCK CLASS or 1950 A FRWND SCHWANGER BROS 85 DELCO OIL HEAT Lancaster Ehzabethtown f'X ZIZCJ IL1CllI 6 f, CC NCIL t LANCASTER SHOE COMPANY For the Rrght Look of Beauty Come to PEGGY S BEAUTY SALON 550 South Market Street Toxlet A1tu1eS School Supphes LINDEMUTH CUT RATE Luncheonette and Fountam SSFVICG Hershey S Ice Cream Koddkg Sportmg GoodS TO ul' , . CO. RA rr-3NSvr.le.11ck S1 Rlxslcle CARS - STUDEBAKER - TRUCKS ,, NTP-V' E I-H 7 171, l T 5 V lf! x - I ' fl ' 'f, ' ' PHUNI-1: 80.1 COMPLIMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS OF Welding - Ornamental Iron Fabrication Iron and Steel PAINT and BODY SHOP Still the Best KUNTZELMAN S ICE CREAM Manufactured by ELIZABETHTOWN CREAMERY CO ELIZABETHTOWN PA if ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. III A-I-sf' 1 LANCASTER COUNTY FARM DINER There s nothing as good as home cooking unless its our cooking' R D No 1 ELIZABETHTOWN PA PHONE 480 ATTEND Sponsored by NEWCOMER S SERVICE STATION THE BRETHREN IN CHRIST CHURCH For that reliable Richfield Gasoline and Arch and Hanover Streets Rlchlube Motor O11 For top service in washing and greasmg 903 SOUTH MARKET STREET ELILABETHTOWN PA PASTOR P W MCBETH 7 l -sn ' 5. f . A ' ' ' THE CHURCH OF YOUR CHOICE Wh W1 ffl ' Q Ollgfdiu CLtL0l1'5 CLI10! gif L5 185 FORA SUCCESSFUL FUTURE ELIZABETHTOWN LODGE No. 596 L. O. O. M. L'fff"iff"Z"i:'w . ll- ' 'lx 52 1 ..cn xg l' -l . yu l- ,' . . Q I Am' My ,'Q A .1 ' 2 4510" C' f Y!!! I 5 F COMPLIML-:NTS OF CLASSIC HOSIERY MILL INC COMPLIMENTS OF HOBST LICHTY Sf FBEY SPORTING GOODS FOR THE BEST FRESH AND SMOKED HOME DRESSED 161 East Kmg Street MEATS LANCASTER PA Pho 2 7249 Buy at BELL S MEAT MARKET HUMMELSTOWN PA COMPLIMI-:NTS OF The Amenccm Leglon Conewago Umt 329 The Amerlcan Leg1On AUXIIIGIY Conewago Un1t 329 'k Sons Of the Amenccm Leg1On Conewago Squadron 329 , . 7 4 , . ne - 9 PHONE 707 4 COMPLIMENTS OF TRUDY S BEAUTY SHOPPE 401 East H1gh Street ELIZABETHTOWN PENNA Ph e 14W COMPLIMENTS OF SHENK BROTHERS SPORTING GOODS LANCASTER PA LEEDOM 81: FINK General Contractors ELIZABETHTOWN PENNA ELIZABETHTOWN SENIOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE CCMPLIMENTS OF ABERDEEN MILLS COMPLIMEN1-s OF WOLGEMUTH MARTIN BUILDING SUPPLIES 212 werngh ste r ELIZABETHTOWN PENNA Pho e 149 i 9 on - Best Wishes Best Wishes from s i r e n


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