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

 - Class of 1951

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QQ ,, M A r 926 3 , 6 Az :Wi . -ky 'nl ,4 '...'. y '15 .,, if ,L W. jr . , 7. Y' J w V 1 Vwwf 11 - v V 'Kid X 6-fown, .giriued or C aracfer The faces of these students are typical of most high school students. This picture was taken during a school assembly. one of the many ways by which our school strives for pro- gressiveness, high ideals, and character among the students. 2740 . M1951 , i JM Z'W'w0"Mm WWW' ' t A -D, J 11? QI WQQQL -t"" is Ili'-fp 'Wi f""'2-" f fl' A I 'X 7-gil 7 6 Q t t X6 A ff X Q o IQ-efm 272 I II No matter how clear and unforgettable the impfes- 4 Y V' iisrzif 13512251 22:15:33 :ss W1 Jlvfsf X ll To preserve these memories for future moments of f enjoyment is the object of the 1951 Elizabethan. K A f af Q K to .. , xx wwf X 4 LQ-imxxmi f f' f Xxx! f, My I W 6.11 ..... j j I if If R on enla ! X 0 ll ADMINISTRATION 8 SENIORS . 20 f X iililils Z2 W1 j CTIVITIES S fl 4205 .......... 0 f I 5 M, 9 Z , f Z my WI Eg I' I X' ia Q ' N I 41 . A QQ Q Mr. Svidcrs . . . gives instructions to one of his ulcvc-nth grade English students. Sciclvrs . . . vxpouncling his knowledge of English literature and grarninzir. ai? DEDICATION bl I" ,9l9If'QCiCl fl.0ltI WE, THE CLASS OF 1951, have chosen to dedicate this edition of the Elizabethan to Mr. Willis E. Seiders. . . Mr. Seiders has guided us through the adventures of English literature from Chaucer to Kipling. . . All of us have known him, not only as a teacher but also as a friend. . .This is our way of showing our appreciation to someone whom we shall re- member for a long time. ffl, 1 "Q . l e q rn,- Hai, - A .Q gi ' ' 'WL-. WWA if 52616 I X we LW Q X R Mr. G. Reed Alexamlcr . , . has been zu member of the school lwoorcl tor eleven years, :md has served as president tor ten. llc is employed :it the Middletown Air Depot. xvlivrt- lu- holds the position of c-lassitication analyst. He is :ou :ictivc vnenilwr ot' tln- Lutlicrzm church. lVlr. Alexander is :I mon who is interested in the betterment of our voinninnity :intl our school. Mr. Paul M. Grubb . . . is Il member of long standing on our school liozird. A prominent business man in our com- munity. lv- is ll partner ot Grubb :md Breneinzin. distribu- tors ul lvecl and tot-l. but con always find time to be active in srliool giml cliurcli ntlziirs. Mr. .lay Kisser . . , owner ot' Risseids Garment Factory, is one ol' the lending: business men in our town and also a mi nzlwi' ot thx- Lions Club. His contribution to the school .nfl toxin is nppreciatecl by ull. OMIA .SZAOOKKOHIAC . . . THE MEN BEHIND OUR SCHOOL DECISIONS of vital importance to our school are discussed monthly by the school board . . . buys supplies and athletic equip- ment. . . repaid only by the prog- ress our school makes. Dr. Troy M. Thompson . . one of our town's lwnline physicians. attends athletic contests as ti-ann doctor :incl is interested in all school sports. Dr, Thompson is also active in Rotary Club. As a mernber ol' the liourcl of education he plays a large part in school zitlziirs. Mr. Wilbur E. Weaver . . . holds the position ns ll'L'2lSlllt'l' of the school board. He is employed ut the Continental Press where he holds the position of Director of Cuslonit-r Relationships Formerly he held the position of principal of our high school. WRITES letters of reference for graduates seeking jobs . . . has an L i excellent bass voice and enjoys . taking part in musical programs . . . 5 i spent the past summer in grading and seeding the lawn of his new home . . . likes to hunt and fish when he has time . . . dislikes peo- ple who are constantly tardy. FRIEND OF ALL . . I". lflflfllfl Our Supervising Principal . 57681004 Our keen-thinking . . . supervising principal , . . always pleasant . . . has beautiful bass voice . . . usually found checking up on his files . . . busy from dawn to dusk. 1114.-f PRESIDES as high school principal . . . faithful patron of church league games . . . spent last summer help- ing supervise playground activities . . . jovial . . . well known and liked by students for his friendliness and sympathetic understanding. 2 . CAHQQHJ . . . KIND, CONSIDERATE, HELPFUL W M m .9 l am Q30 Our Principal hn.'f..., -""'l Our high school principal . . . keeps in touch with class rooms through the intercommunication phone system . . . busily at work in school and community projects. Q S' ,f + wifi N3 X' rj X . 57 4 'Y E 5-W .w X ..... C K 'W f--Q. X . K . N f Q 'K 1' MISS MIRIAM L. MENGEL A. B. Lebanon Valley College M. A. New York University Teaches Latin and French . . . capable directrcss of the junior plays . . . our cheerful and eflicient librarian . . , in charge of the library staff. and does she make those girls work?!?! . . . is fond of flowers . . . always willing to assist confused students. A I ,Wi MR. NORMAN E. DIEHL B. S. Elizabethtown College M. S. University of Pennsylvania Teaches seventh and eighth grade students math and geography . . . faculty manager ol' athletics . . .knows A thorough teacher of English to junior high students . . . commutes from Mount Joy in a blue Plymouth . . . active church ur gui inf ogglzfa .A tx Q lm . it MRS. VIRGINA B. ROHRER B. S. Indiana State Teachers College Capable home economics teacher . . . pet pceve is people who talk in assembly . . . always buzzing from one place to another . . . proud of her F. H. A. Club . . . kept busy with B.P.W.. Girl Scouts choir rehearsals, and other activi- ties . , . spends her spare moments doinq needlepoint. sewing, knitting, or playing her piano. MISS MABEL J. MILLER MR. WILLIAM BARNHART A. B. Lebanon Valley College Elizabethtown College B. S. West Chester State Tearhers Collegi- Basketball coach. physical education instructor and health teacher . . . , member . . . quiet but strict . . . Junior Tri- black W3VY hell' - - ' dl'iV05 il NPN' all the facts on current events . , . pity Hi,Y adviser h I t gum-ds hex- fjock in Home Studebaker . . . pet peeve f -certain the students who forget to do their Room CA study halls . . . very eflicicnt and well homework! . . . easily recognized by his ever-accompanying briefcase and his exclusive "Chapeaux." liked , . . goes in for sports in a big way. as W M-fn-0 n. we .1 ,s ru f cgi. ' X X " W-at-'fax 1 an 'J' OZ" l.f 4 lflf' ML U19 Lg if in J Mn. Anon H. EPPLER f'lA""'t'm:gigg B. S. Kutztown State Teachers College .t Muhlenberg College W T 'ches science. biolo , and mathematics . . . capable -al, ea gy adviser of the Class of '52 . . . reigns over Home Room 28 . . . just LOVES to give tests . . . drives junior classmen home in his model UD ??? . . . devotes his life to students 'M- willing to work at the stands . . . plays the piano in Red lVlcCarthy's Orchestra. MISS ERMA M. BELL B. S, Elizabethtown College M. Ed. Temple Unveirsity Efficient teacher of office practice, shorthand, and typing . . . received her M. Ed. degree at Temple this year . . . responsible for the success of our yearbook . . . an excel- lent photographer . . , photogenic . . . pet peeve is lazy people! . . . excels in all sports, especially basketball. MR. WILLIS E. SEIDERS West Chester State Teachers College A. B. University of Pennsylvania Teaches junior and senior English . . . guardian o well-behaved Home Room 25 . . . would like to have more appropriate pictures on the walls of Room 25 . . . does his part to keep order in the halls . . . dislikes stu- dents who cnter his door noisily . . . urges students to travel-especially to New England. ..,w.,...,,,, uma W .1 -Q. 123 I 5 Gif ofa? if .5 . .M t 'N 'af' f .Q MISS JANE M. BAHR B. S. Kutztown State Teachers College Our capable art instructor . . . jolly, full of fun . . . her main ambition is to beautify the art room this year . . . likes to swim, ice skate, sing, listen to music and work on ceramics . . . "All right now! Let's settle down!" . . . "Shorty" . . . pet peeve is people not cleaning up after art class . . . efficient art adviser for the yearbook. 'T-'7 MISS MAY DULEBOHN A. B. Millersville State Teachers College Teaches algebra. plane and solid geom- etry. and trigonometry . , . gathers her Hock into Room 27 . , . dctests students who crack chewing gum in the class room . , . excellent math teacher . . . respected by all students. ur Qpuicbng oflrdh MISS ROSANNA M. BRANDT B. S. Lebanon Valley College Our capable supervisor of vocal music . . . adviser of the Music Ap- pieciation Club . . . lovely voice , . . sings from high soprano to low alto , . . pet peeve is students who forget to deposit their gum in the waste- haskct . . . enjoys all musical affairs . . . her life is filled with music. MR. CHARLES E. GOODHART A. B. Millersville State Teachers College MISS LYDIA E. WAGNER A, B. Elizalzetlitown College Teaches shop, blueprint reading, and me- Teaches ninth and tenth grade Englisi chanical drawing . . , drives to school in . , . kept husy advising the Journalism his little Crosley . . . supervises the huild- Cluh and the Elizahethan Literary Sta ing of stage sets for both plays . . . his , niotivating loree hehind the ISUJII hobby is using uBetsy" , . . "Just happens" Gazette . . , just loves those :.t'ter-seliool to be in Room 3 when therc's food around yearbook meetings?YY . . . is greatly intel . . . a good sport. ested in the weltare ot others , . , like lw all. MRS. ANNETTE M. BASLER A. B. College Miserirordia Teaches history to junior high stu- dents . . . a new name but the same face , . . hails from Wilkes- Barre . . . Senior Tri-Hi-Y adviser . . . loves dancing, ice skating, and hoekey . . . guards Home Room 4. MR. JOSEPH P. SEDULE B. S. Penn State Teaches chemistry, physics, and science , . . head hasehall coach, assistant foothall coach . . . keeps Home Room 20 quiet '?'? . . . drives a black Dodge . . . t'Well-any questions?" . . . favorite pastime is working with his chem- icals . . . loves to try out new experiments oz. the students . . . interested in all sports, MISS JANE K. HUNSECKER B, S. VVest Chester State 'fearlim-rs College Teaches health and physical education , . . second year as guardian of Home Room 5 , . , responsible for the eham- pionship which girls hockey team wrn this year . . . he-s enough energy lioi three people , . . adviser lor Class ot '57 ,,. knows how to spell liILl'iPHAN'l' . . . plays hasehall for Tri-Town girls' teani in summer. ur jirdf .jcfom S1-atvd, Left to Right Miss D. Reese Miss M. Gross Miss E. His-stand Standing Mrs. Mabel E. Beckwith Mr. A. Thome Miss M. Eshelman PATIENTLY GUIDED us through those all-important years of our elementary training . . . prepared us for our future high school days . . . to them, in gratitude, we extend our thanks and appreciation for the wonderful job they've done and are still doing! v 'E 25 1. F if Q, , f . 7, N ji- q . I ,. JI Seated. Left to Right . . . Mrs, E. Espenshade, Mrs. H, Lineawever, Miss H. Gross. Standing . . . Mrs. F. Duffy. Miss E. Barnes, Miss J. Barnes. DR. C. STUART SMITH Kcups all the studvfnts al EHS. in thc best of health . . . school medical examiner . . . givcs each student and teacher an physical check-up every two years. 1 4 , f 4. 'W we Mnaung MISS ANNA RUTH HESS Efficient school secretary . . . made an interesting trip to Hawaii last summer . . . a smile for everyone-even those requesting t:.1'dy slips. MR. MARTIN W. BARLEY Friendly . , . aids the students who have locker trouble . . . can be found faithfully on the job at all school functions . . . keeps the school looking spic and spun in spite of the students. MR. ABRAHAM SNYDER Mr. Barleyls assistant . . . quiet . . . usually found fgwecp- ing the halls . . . friendly smile for all. MRS. DOROTHY BAKER Dr. Smith's able assistant . . . friendly and sympathetic to all . . . on hand to relieve all illnesses . . . helps out with band Q-g uniforms. '1 wt f 5' 3 2... Q I QV.,-W 3 'P KN. ." qu? v . 1 Coaches . . . Scdule, Warden, Barnhurt, Miss Bahr . . . gets a good laugh Miss Hess . . . chvcking to sec who and Luchnick do not look worried from Mr. Ebersole's witty remarks. has been cutting classes. about their forthcoming game. L Q 0 Uel' U19 Cfftf 6 ilu All the teachers . . . 500111 interested Mr. Klauss . . . enthusiastically Mr. Clemens and Mrs. Rohrcr . . . have in the pep rally. directs the band during pep rally. time out for refreshments. Mr. Goodhart, Mr. Barley, Mrs. Rohrer, Mr. Goodhart , . . not only helps Miss Hunsecker, Mrs. Basler and Mr. Diehl and Mr. Barnhart . . . make use ot to eat, but helps with . . . cnjoy at bite to cat ut th.- tho Senior Play properties. the dishes as well. faculty doggie ro' st, QMS' ill' Z "" i'l-S -5 MMM' MR. M. R. WARDEN Quin iinliuaiafific .f4!Lli:iQl' WE, THE CLASS OF 1951, owe all of our success to our hard- working class adviser, Mr. War- den. He has unselfishly given his time to our bake sales, stands at football games, and class meet- ings. For all this we express our deep appreciation. Pictured at right . . . The Senior Play Committee confers with its advisor. Mr. Warden. Pictured at left . . . Assistant Coach Warden instructs the football team in some of the finer points of the game. 0l'l'l Tom Lighlhiser . . .The president of our class in our junior and senior years . . . capably performed his official duties. .Jaffe Barre Smuck . . . Newly elected vice-president this yea! '... was here to "carry" on during the pre-siclent's absence. jim .gznior WAQQA mlfllfgg Cin? Dnris Gund . . . Our efficient secretary for the lasl Lane Shank . . . For the last two years Lane has two years . . . always on hand to record the served as treasurer of our class . . . he cheerfully minutes of our class meetings. collects our dues and takes care of all finances. GEORGE S. ACHORN 304 las! Park Street ' "CURLY" College Preparatory Senior Orchestra 3, 4: Senior Band 2, 33 Senior Mixed Chorus 4: Boys' Chorus 2, 3, 4: Sophomore Mixed Chorus 23 Senior Hi-Y 2. 3, 4: Junior Hi-Y 13 Rifle Club 2: Key Club 3, 45 Football 1, 23 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Play 4. Tall and blond . . . that grin!! . . . Quiet??? . . . hobby is collecting all kinds of sports programs . . . pet peeve- those new school rules . . . drives around in a new, blue Mercury . . . one of Mr. Klauss' reserved trombonlsts in Orchestra. ANNA ANDREWS 232 last High street "ANNIE" Home Economics Yearbook Staff 3, 43 Girls' Chorus 35 Senior Tri-Hi-Y 33 F. H. A. 4: Treasurer 43 Journalism Club 2, 3. Excellent athlete . . . slim . . . friendly . . . tries to learn chemistry . . . "You know it" . . . spends spare time writing to a certain marine . . . can be seen rushing around at Risser's Restaurant . . . lots of fun!!! . . . always going somewhere . . . will make a good nurse. . el'll0l"5 RICHARD E. BAINBRIDGE 345 South Market street, Elizabethtown "DlCK" College Preparatory Senior Orchestra 2, 3, 4: Senior Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Senior Mixed Chorus 3, 4: Boys' Chorus 2, 3, 4: Boys' Quartet 4, Senior Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Junior Play 33 Senior Play 43 Basketball 1. The tall, dark, handsome drummer, who did so much to make our band a success . . . likes his cheese 'n' crackers and Beautiful Women?? . . . could get along without homework , . . a snappy dresser . . . can usually be found with Ed . . . wants to be a professional drummer and we know he will succeed . . . Good luck, Dick! NORMA .IEAN BAIR I R. D. No. 1, Bainbridge ' "NORMA" College Preparatory 1 Senior Tri-Hi-Y 4: Music Appreciation 4. Descended upon us from Bainbridge . . . an asset to any class . . . a brain . . . well liked . . . easy 'to get along with . . . "Well, bless your little square head" . . . loves cats and dislikes people who don't . . . her smile will make sure her success. RUTH FAY BARLEY 110 South Poplar Street "OATSlE" Home Economics Yearbook Stal? 3. 4: Senior Mixed Chorus 45 Girls' Chorus 33 Sophomore Mixed Chorus 2: Senior Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Junior Play. Make-up: Indoor Patrol 1, 2, 3, 41 F. H. A. 3, 45 Hockey 3, 4. Short . . . likeable . . . a friend to everyone . . . "Get in line"-tthat's Ruthie, captain of the Indoor Patrol . . . dependable . . . what a goalie! . . . likes to ride around in a red truck . . . seems to like Bainbridge . . . "May I have a special request slip?" . . . just loves to get out of bed early??? . . . Will make a wonderful housewife. if my . .Q , 3 11 Q VELMA BARN!-IART Q n. o. no. 1, Elizabethtown K-' "BARNEY" Business Yearbook Staff 3, 43 Journalism Club 2, 3, 4. Comes from Newville each morning . . . "Oh, Daddy" . . . did a lot in making our school paper a success . . . can't stand gum crackers . . . likes Italian spaghetti . . . collects cartoons . . . can be seen driving around ' in a Chevy . . . ambition-newspaper work. ' A. ff ii' O so '9 PATRICIA BERRIER R. D. NO. 3, Elillbelhlbwli "PAT" Business Yearbook Staff 41 Girls' Chorus 3, 41 Senior Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4g Senior Play 4. Jo's constant companion . . . LOVES spaghetti . . . enjoys wearing her old glasses in shorthand class???? . . . friendly to everyone . . . lucky girl-misses five minutes of school each day to leave for the bus. .IOANN L. BETZ 448 west High street "BETZ" Business Yearbook Staff 3, 4: Senior Mixed Chorus 3, 4: Girls' Chorus 3: Sophomore Mixed Chorus 2: Girls' Trio 3, 4: Senior Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Secretary 43 Junior Play 3: Senior Play 43 Journalism Club 21 Library Staff 23 Music Appre- ciation 4. Sharp brunette . . . always laughing . . . neat dresser . . . excellent student . . . "Anyone see Chapman?" . . . capable meinber of Girls' Trio . . . little sister in Junior Play . . . Miss Brandt's prodigy . . . admires a certain senior!! . . . loves to eat-French fries . . . future private secretary. Q5 , , , ffm JAMES R. BINGEMAN R. D. No. 1, Elizabethtown "DlCKIE" College Preparatory U5 I C 0 SEHi0!' 0l'CheSf-ra 1, 2. 3, 4: Senior Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Junior Band lg Junior Orchestra 1: Senior Mixed Chorus 3, 45 Boys' Ch0l'US 2. 3. 4: Senior Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Key Club 31 Journalism Club 2. Usually seen in Dick's clothes . . . "Why sure" . . . works at Howard Johnson's . . . always eating free food . . . what do you do in study halls, Dickie?? . . . spends his summers at Atlantic City!!! . . . usually seen driving a red.Ford truck . . . a clown . . . a future mechanical engineer. JAY BRANDT 444 EMI High Sire!! "JAY" Business Rifle Club 2, 3, 4. Quiet, pleasing personality . . . spends his time hunting and fishing . . . ushers people politely to their seats in the theatre . . . likes homework and lots of it??? . . . wants to see the world through portholes . . . will make a handsome sailor. F.. PATRICIA C. BROSEY H H 301 West High Street PAT Business Yearbook Staff 3: Senior Mixed Chorus 3, 43 Sophomore Mixed Chorus 23 Senior Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3. Piccolo's constant companion . . . neat . . . scads of clothes . . . partial to I reds . . . raven tresses . . . collects platters in spare time . . . "Oh, Moses!" . . . loves macaroni and cheese . . . pet peeve-getting up in the morning . . . those bookkeeping classes!! . . . destined to be a secretary. l 1 Xu-f BONNIE BRUBAKER 3 220 East Park Street I "BOBBIE" College Preparatory W Yearbook Staff 3, 43 Girls' Chorus 3, 43 Sophomore Mixed Chorus 23 j Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 43 Indoor Patrol 2, 3, 4. Slender . . . pretty clothes . . . voted best dresser of the junior class . . . likeable personality . . . often seen at Schroll's Restaurant . . . "No kidding" . . . hobbies, eating and sleeping . . . ambition-to be a nurse . . . good luck, Bobbie. I F ARLENE E. BURKHOLDER V n. n. Na. 1, Bainbridge ' "BURKIE" General Q Color Guard 43 Senior Orchestra 3, 43 Yearbook Staff 43 String Ensemble 3, 43 I , Mixed Chorus 3, 43 Girls' Chorus 33 Girls' Trio 3, 43 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 43 Treasurer 4 43 F. H. A. 33 Music Appreciation 3, 4. Q Attractive . . flashing eyes . . . thinks there's nothing like Pontiacs . . . could it be the driver??? . . . loves double chemistry periods!!! . . . smooth alto in Girls' Trio . . . did someone mention FOOD? . . . usually seen with Joyce, Kay, or Maxie . . . everybody's friend . . . an "all- around" gal. KENNETH M. wins 6 , 15, R. D. No. 1, Middletown "KEN" General add 0 Yearbook Staff 43 Baseball Manager 13 Journalism Club 2, 3, 43 Co-editor 4. "Doggone"! . . . that was Ken . . . probably peeved at one of those women drivers . . . always looking for fun . . . Miss Wagneris stand-by in putting out the school paper . . . wants to be a truck driver . . . clear the roads! . . . our tall, dark-haired lad will surely succeed . . . Good luck, Ken. NANCY J. CAMPBELL 109 South Poplar Street "NAN" Home Economics Yearbook Staff 3, 43 Senior Mixed Chorus 43 Girls' Chorus 33 Sophomore Mixed Chorus 23 Senior Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Junior Play, Make-upg Indoor Patrol 3, 43 F. H. A. 3, 43 Hockey l, 2, 3. 4. Short . . . lots of fun . . . disc jockey at heart . . . boy, that laugh . . . flirt . . . hard-playing fullback on the hockey team . . . "You know it" . . . big contributor to U. S. mail . . . likes to dance . . . vice-president of F. H. A. . . . I 1 future housewife. JANET M. CHAPMAN 424 Weil Bainbridge Street "JANET" Business Yearbook Staff 4: Mixed Chorus 45 Girls' Chorus 33 Sopho- more Mixed Chorus 25 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Journalism Club 23 Music Appreciation 4. Sweet and understanding . . . well liked by all . . . interests range from Penn State to Penn State . . . "Number, please!" . . . shorthand whiz . . . "Where's Betz?" . . . annoyed by bookkeeping , , , sentimental , , , date bait . . . a neat gal. LARRY B. CHAPMAN 203 East Park Street "PIP" College Preparatory Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Senior I-Ii-Y 11 Rifle Club 2, 3, 4. Tops in athletics . . . three-letter man . . . much admired . . . idol of the Junior High . . . spends spare time hunting, G! , filshin? and ltrafzping . . . just loves homework?? . . . Oh, t ose renc c asses!! . . . ambition- r f ' 1 b - ada 0 5 I ban player' p o esslona ase WILLIAM CHESNUTT Masonic Homes "CHES" College Preparatory Senior Band 1, 2, 3, 41 Yearbook Stan' 45 Editor 4: Senior Mixed Chorus 41 Boys' Chorus 2, 3: Sophomore Mixed Chorus 23 Senior Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Junior Play 33 Senior Play 4: Key Club 3, 43 Treasurer 43 Journalism Club 2, 3. One of our daily commuters from the Homes and back again . . . here is the boy with the wit . . . trust him to get a teacher in a good??'? humor . . . hates those 7:45 band practices . . . toots a good clarinet . . . another one of our brains . , . competent editor-in-chief of the year- book . . . a pal to any and all . . . aspires to be an accountant . . . or . . . ditch-digger . . . Good luck in either one. NELSON B. CHITTUM 113 North Hanover Street "NELS" College Preparatory Junior Hi-Y 11 Football 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Baseball 2. 3, 4. Tall, dark, and unconcerned . . . sparkling mischievous eyes . . . neat dresser . . . television fiend . . . uses study periods to catch up on lasts minute gossip . . . likes his women blonde . . . "That's the way lt goes . . . "A ball of fire" in football . . . will undoubtedly be a professional baseball player. EDITH DIEFFENBACH 121 South Poplar Street "EDIE" College Preparatory Yearbook Staff 41 Girls' Chorus 3, 43 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, History Club 2. Oh, those pretty locks . . . voted the girl with the prettiest hair in the junior class . . . likes to go bicycle riding . . . where? figure! it out for yourself . . . loves spaghetti . . . pals around with Betts, Thelma, Fran, and Ruth . . . wants to join the Waves . . . we know you'1l go a long way. A .IANICE MAE DRESCHER Bainbridge ".IANICE" Home Economics Scnior Tri-Hi-Y 4: F. H. A. 4 A wonderful blue-eyed gal . . . always with Rae and Normie . . . helps hold down the Bainbridge bus . . . eats :md eats and never gains a pound . . . talks continuously . . . "You know" . , . proud of her silly giggle . . , dislikes work in any size, shape, or form . . . especially fond of ice cream . . . will make a marvelous nurse. MARY K. EASTON 142 East Park Street wx "MARY KATE" Business jgfglzx, , Yearbook 4, Senior Mixed Chorus 4: Girls' Chorus 33 senior Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. S K I - 'K " lf' Stunning! . . . short . . . chic clothes . . . pretty teeth . . . adores college' men . . . hates lto be slapped on the back B. illlk9S to drive a certain senior's car home from foot- i , a games . . . just loves "Beeper"-her dog . . . "What happened to your eyes, Mary?" . . . will make an eye- er, ' ' ' eg re catching secretary. I Me :Sentara HELEN M. ESHELMAN 234 East Orange Street "COOKIE" College Preparatory Yearbook Staff 43 Literary Editor 43 Senior Mixed Chorus 3. 4: Girls' Chorus 3, 4: Sophomore Mixed Chorus 23 Senior Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Junior Play 3: Senior Play 43 Hockey Manager 33 Journalism Club 2, 3: Secretary 2: Library Staff 1, 2. 35 Music Appreciation 3, 43 History Club 2. Lovely complexion . . . small and neat . . . thoughtful . . . busy every minute . . . lots of fun . . . always on time . . . up to her ears with work as literary editor of the "Elizabethan" . . . loves French fries anytime . . . dislikes people who ask too many questions . . . sings a low alto in Mixed Chorus . . . plans to enter nurses' training. JOHN ROBERT EYER 502 South Market Street ".lOHNNY" College Preparatory Senior Orchestra 2, 3, 4: Senior Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Junior Orchestra: Senior Mixed Chorus 2, 3. 4: Boys' Chorus 2, 3, 45 Boys' Quartet 3, 4. Always on the go . . . plays a hot trumpet . . . loves chemistry tests!!! . . . rabbits feel safe when John goes hunting . . . loves ice cream . . . one of Miss Brandt's harmonious quartet members . . . well liked . . . ambi- tion-carpenter, RONALD RAY FEARN 110 Brown Street "RONNIE" General Junior Hi-Y 13 Football 1, 2, 3, 4g Basketball 11 Baseball 1. Witty, Wacky, Windy . . . collects stamps . . . loves his spaghetti . . . can often be found at 223 West Bainbridge Street . . . a friend to all . . . his interests range from football to ? . . . hates to work Saturday nights- wonder why?? . . . a hard-hitting guard . . . future engineer. RICHARD JOSEPH GEBHARD R. D. No. I., Elizabethtown "GEPPIE" General Senior Hi-Y 33 Junior Play 35 Senior Play, Stage Manager. A man of few words . . . takes life slow and easy . . . happiest when handling a rod and reel . . . woman M hater . . ardent tiller of the soil . . . consumes large quantities of cake . . . our future farmer. LOIS GIBBLE 353 West High Street "PICC0l0" Business Yearbook Staff 4: Girls' Chorus 35 Senior Mixed Chorus 43 Senior Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. Good sport . . . friendly . . . one of the class gigglers . . . constantly talking . . . never a dull moment . . . anyone see Brosey?'?? . . . loves those sum- mer vacations at Gretna!! . . . "Oh, Moses!" . . . drools over spaghetti . . . pet peeve is housework! . . . greatest ambition-to become a good secretary . . . we know you can do it, Piccolo. JOYCE I.. GOHN Bowl-Mor Apartments No. 1 "JOYCE" Business Mixed Chorus 3. 4: Senior Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Yearbook Staff 4. Petite blonde . . . loads of pep . . . eye catching . . . spends extra time bowling . . . "Anyone do his bookkeeping?" . . . keeps the boys in a dither . . . look out! . . . that's Joyce behind the wheel!! . . . whistle bait. Addicted to a blue Mercury and East Park Street. f 9 WERNER I.. FETTER Q55 0 51 mage View neignu "WERNIE" College Preparatory Senior Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Rifle Club 2, 33 Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball lp Journalism Club 2. Football and basketball letter-man . . . mischievous gleam in his eye . . . always "taking off" to go hunting or fishing . . . seen driving a Model A Ford . . . "It chust ain"t right!" . . . Miss Mengel's pet peeve . . . snappy shirts . . . cut up . . . chemistry class!!! . . . pet peeve is new school rules . . . what does Bainbridge have that E-town doesn't have???-you tell them, Wernie. DAVID GARBER R. D. No. 2, Elizabethtown "DAVE" General Yearbook Staff 4. The brain of 123 . . . frequently seen in his new Olds . . . firm defender of the Mercury?'? . . . "Don't do today what you can do tomorrow" . . . loves food--any kind . . . hobbies range from fishing and hunting to women . . . ambition-a topnotch "chicken farmer." DALE B. GRIFFITH ' Masonic Homes 1 "BOWIE" College Preparatory l Senior Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Football 23 Manager 3, 4. ' Comes from Slatington, Pennsylvania . . , beautiful blue eyes . . . pretty dimples . . . takes care of the fellows during football season . . . has a mania to collect junk . . . a fiend for the color orange . . . hopes to some day own a bright orange car . . . thinks everyone is okay if you get Ealing with him . . . "Definitely" . . . loves to tease . . . one really swell e ow. ANNA MARTHA GROFF Rheem! "GRO5Sl" Home Economics Cheerleading 3, 43 Yearbook Stan' 43 Senior Mixed Chorus 3, 43 Sophomore Mixed Chorus 23 Senior Tri-Hi-Y 2, 33 F. H, A. 2, 3, 43 Treasurer 33 Hockey 1, 2. Engaging personality . . . pretty hair . . . always laughing , . . forever l going on a diet . . . peppy cheerleader . . . likes blonds . . . how's that old car?? . . . lobster tail with butter!!! . . . abounds with vim, vigor, and vitality . . . always missing her bus ride home . . . "You old pot" . . . baby sits in her spare time . . . would like to be a dietician. 'mmf' ' DONALD HACKMAN n. o. No. 3, Elizabethtown "HACKIE" College Preparatory 1 Joined our class in our junior year . . . beautiful curly hair . . . "You don't sayl' . . . loves to take girls riding in his car . . . a whiz in typing class . . . comes to school when the spirit moves him . . . a future farmer. DORIS J. GOOD :us East Park Street . 757 "oucKY" sus-ness add 0 Yearbook Staff 3, 4: Senior Mixed Chorus 3, 43 Sophomore Mixed Chorus 23 Girls' Trio 43 Senior Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 43 Indoor Patrol 3. 43 Library Staff 1, 2, 33 Class Secretary 3, 43 Senior Play 4. Small, but cute . . . pretty hair . . . "Juliet" . . . interests range from Tom to Tom . . . "Wanna hear a good joke?" . . . oh, that diary!! . . . soprano member of Girls' Trio . . . all in all, :i sharp kid. LOIS GOODLING 423 East High Street "MARTHA" College Preparatory Cheerleading 3, 4g Yearbook Staff 3, 43 Senior Mixed Chorus 3. 43 Sophomore Mixed Chorus 2: Senior Tri-Hi-Y 2. 3, 43 Indoor Patrol 4: Hockey 1. 2. 3, 4. Quiet??? . . . are you kidding? . . . pretty hair . . . loads of fun . . . quite a character when making speeches dur- ing Mixed Chorus??? . . . just loves all forms of math?'?? . . . really talented when it comes to sports . . . efficient I captain of the hockey team . . . wonderful cheerleader 3 . . . tolerates those double chemistry periods??? . . . future physical education teacher. 5 GV xi 1 ARLENE HEISEY R. D. No. 1, Elizabethtown "ARLENE" Home Economics Girls' Chorus 3, 43 Sophomore Mixed Chorus 23 F. H. A. 2, 3. 4, Attractive attendant to the Corn Queen . . . quiet at times . . . beautiful curly hair . . . sparkling personality . . . loves to drive her car . , . "Oh, m heavens!" . . . what is the interest at Martin and Wol,gemuth's?? . . . l a future nurse . . . good luck, Arleneg we know you'll X A make it. BETTY HEISEY R. D. No. 2, Elizabethtown "BETSY" Business Girls' Chorus 4, Joined us this year from Lebanon . . . sunny disposition . . . neat clothes . . . "Oh, you dear you" . . . hates getting , up in the morning . . . loves horseback riding . . . usually 6166 0 51 found eating pretzels . . . ambition-secretary. THOMAS A. HARDER 306 West High Street "TOM" General Senior Band 13 Yearbook Staff 43 Senior Mixed Chorus 43 Boys' Chorus 3, 43 Sophomore Mixed Chorus 23 Senior Hi-Y 3, 43 Rifle Club 2, 3, 43 Football 1412, 43 Baseball Manager 2, 3, 43 Class Officer, Vice-President 33 Senior ay . Big and rugged . . . pretty dark hair . . . a swell guy . . . flashy shirts . . . hard-hitting tackle . . . usually seen on Park Street . . . likes his books -in his locker . . , enjoys hunting . . . "Romeo" . . . is always having a DUCKY time . . . ambition-a technician. GLEN HEFFNER 104 Brown Street "SPEEDY" General Senior Orchestra 3, 43 Senior Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Junior Band 1, 23 Junior Orchestra 1, 23 Boys' Chorus 4. The tall blond guy with a saxophone . . . owner of a cackle he calls a laugh! . . . "Hey, Gumshoe" . . . roams the county with Dick looking for girls . . . a right-hand man at the Acme . . . snazzy dresser . . . his ambition-to play in a dance band. l ANNA G. I-msn l 21 washington Street l "DOLLY" Business 5 Yearbook Staff 43 Girls' Chorus 3, 43 Sophomore Mixed Chorus 23 l senior Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4. l The irl eve one calls "Doll " . . . did someone mention sauerkraut 1 E TY Y - there goes Dolly to get some . . . will make an efficient secretary . . . has P interests in Manheim Boro . . . can be seen at all football games-never 2 misses ONE . . . constantly chewing gum-why don't you chew in bookkeeping? ? ? J. CLAIR HILSHER R. D. No. 1, Elizabethtown "CI.AIR" College Preparatory Senior Band 3. 4: Junior Band 2: Senior Mixed Chorus 3, 43 Boys' Chorus 3, 4: Sophomore Mixed Chorus 23 Senior Play 4. The quiet guy of 12l??? . . . a good sport . , . could get along without solid geometry . . . who are the girls he honors with bologna'??? . . . spends a lot of his time fishing . . . can be found eating ice cream . . . his ambi- tion-to own a dairy farm. LOIS HOFFER R. D. NO. 1, llllibeihldwn "l0lS" Business Sophomore Mixed Chorus 25 Girls' Chorus 45 Yearbook Staff 45 Library Staff 2, 3, 4. Dislikes the fact she was gifted by nature to be quiet . . . serious minded . . . has a long walk to and from school . . . "Oh, my word" . . . devotes much of her time to church work . . . did a great job as one of Miss Mengel's . library assistants . . . ambition--missionary. enloprj DAVID HEISEY R. D. NO. 3, Elilabeihiown "DAVE" 1 General Yearbook Staff 4. Oh, that liendish grin . . . usually seen cowboying in his grey Buick . . . pet peeve, double chemistry periods . . . almost always seen with Garber . . . "Oh, for the life of a dog" . . . his ambition-to be a successful sleeper . . . at the rate he's going now, we know he'll be a big success RACHEL ANN HERCELROTH Bainbridge "RAE" General F. H. A. 4: Senior Tri-Hi-Y 4. Hails from Bainbridge . . . vivacious . . . pleasing personality . . . want a Sunday paper? See Rae . . . goes out in a big way for NEW??? Fords . . . loves ice cream . . . "Drop dead!" . . . dislikes bossy people . . . ambi- tion-W. A. C. GERALD HESS R. D. No. 3, Elizabethtown ".lERE" College Preparatory Yearbook Staff 43 Sophomore Mixed Chorus 23 Senior Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Key Club. Tall??? dark, handsome . . . "Wha' hoppened?" . . . likes his women short . . . loathes geometry class . . . a flashy dresser . . . a friendly chap . . . loves sports and hunting . . . can usually be found with Baummie. R . . . really a busy gal . . . ambition-to be a nurse. ! SHIRLEY A. HORNAFIUS E 630 South Spruce Street Q ".lILL" College Preparatory Cheerleading 2, 3, 45 Yearbook Staff 3, 43 Senior Mixed i Chorus 3, 41 Sophomore Mixed Chorus 25 Senior Tri- Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Junior Play 35 Indoor Patrol 3, 4. Tall . . . pretty blond hair . . . sparkling personality -S-5 . . . likes to help people . . . enjoys dancing and V 5- swimming . . . usually seen with a certain tackle . . . "i " efficient captain of the cheerleaders . . . capable N-:I president of Senior Tri-Hi-Y . . . "Oh, my golly!" iv '-3' Viv- ' ALICE JANE HUFFORD R. D. NO. 3, Elilahelhiown "ALEX" Home Economics Yearbook Staff 3, 4: Girls' Chorus 3, 43 Sophomore Mixed Chorus 23 F. H. A. 2, 3, 43 Hockey Manager 3, 4. Bob's girl . . . hates to get up in the morning . . . always sewing . . . has an interest in Continental Press . . . feel like laughing? see Alex . . . heaps o' fun . . . excellent hockey manager . . . we hope you get your driver's license soon!!! . . . ambition-a good housewife. WAIFIE ANNE HUTTER 307 We!! High Street "WAY" Business Senior Tri-Hi-Y 3, 43 Indoor Patrol 1g Basketball 13 Class Secretary 1. Divides her time between Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania and Tampa, Florida . . . pretty blond hair . . . has a southern accent . . . short!!! . . . likes to sketch in her spare time . . . heaps of fun . . . aims to be a secre- tary . . . will make a good one. 95 - - - tAe MARILYN KAY HOFFMAN R. D. NO. 1, Elilabeihlown C 6-L66 0 "KAY" Home Economics Yearbook Staff 3, 4: Senior Mixed Chorus 43 Girls' Chorus 33 Senior Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4: F. H. A. 3, 43 Music Appreciation 4. Charming . . . a bundle of fun . . . sweet personality . . . where does 23 Orange Street meet R. D. No. 1, Elizabeth- town??? . . . can usually be found eating potato chips and TALKING . . . doesn't like inconsiderate people . . . Bainbridge's loss, our gain . . . ambition to marry a rich old man of 95??? FRANK HOOVER Rheems "HO0VER" General Takes life easy . . . is supposed to be a woman hater??? . . . is happiest when hunting and fishing . . . likes his scalloped potatoes and macaroni . . . thinks studying is a waste of time. RUTH C. KLINGER 138 North Market Street "RUTH" College Preparatory Yearbook Staff 3, 45 Girls' Chorus 3, 4: Sophomore Mixed Chorus 23 Senior Tri-H1-Y 2, 3, 43 Tri-Hi-Y Scribe 45 Junior Play Prompter: Journalism Club 2. 3, 43 Journalism Secretary 33 History Club 2. A studious blonde from 121 . . . has pretty white teeth . . . spends most of her hard-earned money for writing paper . . . just loves to hurry!!! . . . wants to become a nurse . . . Good luck! we know you'll make it. l ALBERT H. LANCASTER I. D. No. I., Elizabethtown "BERT" College Preparatory Senior Hi-Y 3, 4g Football 2, 3. Tall . . . unostentacious . . . likes hunting and fishing . . . his favorite food ranges from ice cream to more ice cream . . . is always happy when going to French class?? . . . ambition-a truck driver. THELMA G. LANCASTER R. D. No. 1, Elizabethtown "KID" College Preparatory 2 Girls' Chorus 3, 45 Sophomore Mixed Chorus 2: Senior Tri-I-Ii-Y 2, 3, 4: F. H. A. 45 History Club 2. A cute little blonde from Newville . . . easy to get along with . . . works at Paxson's . . . "For crying out loud!" . . . pet peeve is people coming in at closing time and ordering banana splits . . . gets wide awake when Carson Long Military Academy is mentioned . . . ambition-to be a nurse . . . you'll make it, Thelma. DORIS ELAINE KELLEY n. n. ue. 1 Elinbeunawn 7 "KELLEY" ' Business 6 a55 0 Yearbook Staff 4: Girls' Chorus 3, 45 Sophomore Mixed Chorus 23 Senior Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. Mischievous . . . natty dresser . . . "Oh, what you said!" . . . is Kelley in school today'?? . . . who's that hunk of man from Lebanon? . . . pet peeve is getting out of study instead of class for a pep rally . . . likes art and talking . . . anyone mention chili con carne? . . . ambition-to be a housewife and raise a large family. JOYCE KILLIAN 105 EIIR Cedar Slrlfi "JO" General Yearbook Staff 43 Girls' Chorus 3, 4: Sophomore Mixed Chorusg Senior Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 F. H. A. 2, 3: Library Staff 1, 2, 3. Attractive and full of fun . . . never misses a football game . . . drives?? an Oldsmobile . . . pals around with Burkie and Kay . . . "Yea, it is" . . . thinks teachers should allow talking in study halls . . . loves hamburgers . . . Dlans to go to business college. CAM MARY ELIZABETH LEICHT 309 South Market Street "LEE" Home Economics Yearbook Staff 41 Senior Mixed Chorus 41 Girls' Chorus 31 Sophomore Mixed Chorus 21 Senior Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 41 F. H. A. 2, 3, 4. Never in a hurry . . . has a lovely soprano voice . . . an excellent artist . . . has developed an interest in Man- heim . . . loves to play with her dog Shorty . . . a "cut-up" . . . enjoys all kinds of food . . . a cheerful disposition . . . destined to become an artist. . THOMAS P. LIGHTHISER Masonic Homes "MAJOR" College Preparatory Yearbook Staff 41 Senior Hi-Y 2, 3, 41 President 41 Junior Hi-Y 11 Junior Play, Property Manager 31 Key Club 31 VICE President 31 Football 2. 3, 41 Basketball 1, 2, 3. 41 Journalism Club 21 History Club 21 Vice President 21 Class President 3, 4. Big and rugged . . . woman hater . . . friendly . . . idol of all female students . . . three letter-man . . . Honesdale!! -HONESDALE!-his favorite subject . . . has a conta- gious smile . . . a born leader . . . plans to go to college. FRANCES M. LONG R. D. No. 1, Elizabethtown "FRAN" College Preparatory Girls' Chorus 3, 41 Sophomore Mixed Chorus 21 Senior Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 41 Journalism Club 21 History Club 2. Attractive brunette . . .belongs to Elizabethtown Moose Drum and Bugle Corps . . . frequents Lancaster-I wonder why . . . likes double chemistry periods?? . . . whiz in all languages . . . favorite food is peaches . . . pet peeve is "hot-tempered, ill-mannered Know-It-Alls" . . . "Slow, but sure" . . . seen driving her dad's blue car. LOIS EILEEN LONGENECKER 38 West Summit Street "CLASS" College Preparatory Senior Orchestra 2, 3, 41 Senior Band 2, 3, 41 Junior Orchestra 2, 31 Yearbook Staff 41 String Ensemble 3, 41 Senior Mixed Chorus 3, 41 Senior Tri-Hi-Y 2. 3, 41 Junior Tri-Hi-Y 11 Indoor Patrol 41 Music Library 2, 3, 41 Music Appreciation 3, 4. A lively gal . . . neat clothes . . . winning personality . . . can be heard saying La-De-Da . . . how'd she get that nick name'??? . . . has an interest in Penn State . . . loves to wind spaghetti!!! . . . hates people who look on gloomy side of life . . . usually hauling a gang of kids around in ZaZa . . . will make an efficient nurse. ELIZABETH MARTIN 223 East I-ligh Street "LlZ" Business Color Guard 3, 41 Senior Orchestra 41 Yearbook Staff 41 String Ensemble 41 Mixed Chorus 3, 41 Sophomore Mixed Chorus 21 Senior Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 41 Junior Play 31 Senior Play 4. Tall . . . attractive . . . popular . . . latcst "hair-do" . . . slaving accom- panist for Orchestra and String Ensemble . . . risks her life by driving with Lois . . . oh. those morning band rehearsals! . . . fascinated by wheelbarrows-could it be the salesman? . . . "You know it." . . . future -Medical Secretary. DOLLY JOANNE MESSICK 423 South Spruce Street "JO" College Preparatory Senior Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 45 Senior Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Yearbook Staff 45 Senior Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 45 Senior Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Junior Tri-Hi-Y 15 Junior Play 35 Senior Play 45 Music Appreciation 3. 4: Music Library 1, 2, 3, 4. A sharp gal with a winning personality . . . loves to collect dogs??? . . . is partial to certain kinds of bologna . . . can't stand people who are late . . . part-owner of a big black Buick . . . can usually be found eating pork Bar-B-Ques . . . Jo plans to enter college or nurses' training-will do well in either. BETTY L. MILLER R. D. No. 3, Elizabethtown "BET'l'S" College Preparatory Yearbook Staff 45 Girls' Chorus 3, 45 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 History Club 2. Quievt??? . . . friend to all . . . hobby is collecting pictures -whose? . . . pet peeve is dishonest people . . . "D'ya 7 have any gum?" . . . energetic . . . never still a minute Q6 . , , i e fe . , . can recognize her by her giggle . . . has a keen inter- y est in Manheim . . . an earnest worker at Grant's De- partment Store. A . I e demons JAMES MILLER 419 South Hanover Street "JIM" College Preparatory Senior Orchestra 45 Senior Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Senior Mixed Chorus 3, 45 Boys' Chorus 2, 3, 45 Sophomore Mixed Chorus 25 Boys' Quartet 45 Senior Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Treasurer 35 Junior Hi-Y 15 President 15 Key Club 2, 3, 45 President 45 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Baseball 45 Senior Play 45 Music Appreciation 3, 4. Handsome redhead . . . freckles . . . always laughing . . . has become attached to Ephrata . . . whiz in all studies . . . have trouble with a problem?-see Jim . . . personality plus . . . big smile for every one . . . will probably be a banker . . .ftrust your money with Jim. MARY MUMMA 348 South Market Street "MARY" Business Majorette 35 Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 35 Senior Tri-Hi-Y 3, 45 Junior Play 3. Tall and talkative . . . pleasing personality . . . enjoys swimming and dancing . . . would rather walk than ride . . . likes her Pizza Pie . . . is a descendant from Forty-Fort High??? Yes, it's in Pennsylvania . . . clacking jaws . . . "Sugar" . . . will make an efficient stenographer. RACHEL ANN MUMMAU R. D. No. 1, Elilabethtowll "MUMMAU" Business Yearbook 45 Girls' Chorus 45 Senior Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. Slings hash at the Lancaster County Farm Diner . . . Gangway!!!-here comes Rachel in her new??? Dodge . . . can be seen collecting attendance slips every day . . . hits a mean volley ball . . . why the strong interest in Manheim??? A Q 2 5 , .l. RICHARD MYERS Rheem: "DICK" Business Senior Band 3, 45 Junior Band 1, 2. f 5 Short, blond, and blue-eyed . one of the three brave boys taking the commercial course . . . good student . . . likes homework?'?? . . . "Why sure" . . . enjoys working around machines . . . hopes to be- come a mechanic. IA wif l 1 I1 A ri DOROTHY L. OLWEILER R. D. No. 1, Elilaheihlowll "DCT" Home Economics F. H. A. 3, 4. Our pretty redhead . . . nice to everyone . . . her hobbies are sewing and writing . . . "Must I answer that?" . . . get any unidentified phone calls lately?? . . . usually seen with Doozie . . . will make a grand housewife. NANCY PARK 43 North Poplar Slroei "NAN" Business Yearbook Staff 45 Senior Mixed Chorus 45 Girls' Chorus 35 Sophomore Mixed Chorus 25 Senior Tri-Hi-Y 3, 45 Library Stat? 1. 2. 3. A sprightly clerk at Grant's . . . has a certain interest in the junior class . . . can usually be seen with "Max" . . . "Any good jokes today?" . . . ambition-a secretary . . . good luck, Nan! 5 BERNARD I.. PARRETT C , HPIGGYH 352 san Park street General aaa 0 5 I Senior Band 1, 25 Senior Mixed Chorus 3, 45 Boys' Chorus 2, 3, 45 Sophomore Mixed Chorus 25 Boys' Quartet 3, 45 Senior Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Key Club 3, 45 Football 1, 3, 45 Basketball Manager 15 Music Appreciation 3, 4. Tall, dark, and handsome . . . pretty eyes . . . interests range from football to football . . . dislikes all kinds of homework . . . makes a mess of fenders??? . . . allergic to "all" women drivers . . . plans to join Navy. RICHARD PLUMMER 22 South Poplar Street "DlCK" College Preparatory Senior Orchestra 45 Junior Orchestra 35 Senior Mixed Chorus 3, 45 Boys' Chorus 2, 45 Sophomore Mixed Chorus 25 Senior Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Treasurer 45 Junior Play 35 Ride Club 2, 3. 45 President 45 Key Club 45 Football Manager 3, 45 Bas- ketball Manager 35 Music Appreciation 35 History Club 2. Tall with blond, wavy hair . . . constant friend of Heffner . . . brilliant mind . . . one of our best football managers . . . "For com's sake!" . . . usually found at Tony's . . . can be found tangled up with bass at orchestra. NANCY RICE 58 East Orange Street "MASH" College Preparatory Yearbook 43 Girls' Chorus 43 Sophomore Mixed Chorus 2: Senior Tri-Hi-Y 2, 33 Junior Tri-Hi-Y 13 Junior Play 33 Hockey 2. Attractive and a sharp dresser . . . works at the Pharmacy . . . "MENU" . . . Mabel's first home is the Pharmacy . . . "Settle down" . . . "Tomor- row I'm starting on my diet!l" . . . really loves those study periods with Mr. Barnlxart . . . a friend of everyone . . . ambition-to live and have fun. ROBERT RISSER R. D. No. 1, Elizabethtown "BOB" General Happy-go-lucky . . . never in a hurry unless in a certain blue Pontiac . . . a friend of all . . . likes his meat and potatoes . . . is never in school during hunting season . . . could get along without teachers . . . can't take salt water like the fish can . . . a future farmer. DORIS L. ROYER 124 East High Street "DORIS" Business Yearbook Staff 4: Senior Mixed Chorus 43 Sophomore Mixed Chorus 2. Pleasing personality . . . quiet . . . "Do you think so?" . . . hates not being able to chew gum in classes . . . likes to watch television . . . wears pretty clothing . . . favorite food is chocolate pie . . . aspires to be a secretary . . . we know you'll succeed, Doris. JAY c. Rurusnronn 6 , 23 East Orange Street 6155 0 "JAY" College Preparatory Senior Band 13 Sophomore Mixed Chorus 23 Junior Hi-Y 13 Senior Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Baseball 1, 2. 3. 4. Handsome . . . an excellent athlete . . . three-letter man . . . a future Philly shortstop . . . drives a new green Plymouth . . . gets a "bang" out of backing into garages . . . interests travel from sports to sports . . . who men- tioned French fries and steak? . . . cute dimples . . . "Jecpers creepers" . . . dislikes people who show off. MIRIAM B. RUTT 340 East Bainbridge Street. "MlMl" Business Yearbook Staff 43 Business Manager 43 Senior Mixed Chorus 4: Girls' Chorus 33 Journalism Club 3, 4. Anyone see a cute brunette buzzing around here?- ihat's Mimi . . . amiable personality . . . one of the lucky people who are privileged to drive to school every day . . . a hard working girl who helps to put the school paper on the stencils . . . efficient business manager of the yearbook. ' MARILYN SCHWANGER 224 South Market Street "MAL" Home Economics Senior Band 1: Yearbook Staff 4: Senior Mixed Chorus 3, 4: Girls' Chorus 3. 4: Sophomore Mixed Chorus 2: Senior Tri- Hi-Y 2, 3: Junior Play 33 Music Appreciation 3. Tall . . . blonde . . . never quiet a minute . . . her interests do not include school . . . spends all the time she can with Charlie . . . the rest of the time at the Pharmacy . . . a most proficient gum cracker . . . works at Grant's . . . drives like mad . . . aims to be a housewife. C. EDWARD SEITZ 349 North Market Street 0 "ED" Business Senior Orchestra 3, 4: Senior Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Junior Orches- tra 1, 2: Yearbook Staff 4: Senior Mixed Chorus 2: Boys' Chorus 2: Junior Play 3: Senior Play 4: Basketball 1: Base- ball 1: Journalism Club 2. Small and aggressive . . . swell personality . . . a ladies' , man . . . one of the Pharmacy gang . . . runs competition add 0 5 with Harry James . . . plays a losing game in bookkeep- ing . . . can be seen working at RlSS8T,S Food Store . . . the little boy who wore knickers in our Junior Play. LANE E. SHANK i 315 last Park Street "PROP" College Preparatory Senior Mixed Chorus 4: Boys' Chorus 3, 4: Sophomore Mixed Chorus 2: Senior Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Junior Hi-Y: Key Club 2, 3, 4: Football 1, 2, 3. 4: Basket- 1 ball 1: Baseball 4: Journalism Club 2, 3: Music Appreciation 3, 4: History i Club 2: Class Treasurer 3, 4: Senior Play 4. 1 5 4 i . Scatterbrain . . . kept busy rushing from one meeting to the next . . . good natured . . . devotes much of his time studying about "Caedmon" for Mr. Seider's English classes . . . our efficient class treasurer in our junior and senior years . . . active member of the newly organized Key Club . . . plans to be a business man. Lois MAXIM: sl-IANK W i 118 East Willow Street ! "MAXlE" College Preparatory ! Color Guard 2. 3, 4: Senior Orchestra 2. 3, 4: Junior Orchestra 2: Yearbook Staff 4: String Ensemble 3, 4: Senior Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4: Senior Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Junior Tri-Hi-Y 1: Music Appreciation 3, 4: Music Library 3, 4: Senior Play 4. Tall and attractive . . . loads of fun . . . dislikes people who are never on time . . . enjoys pork Bar-B-Q's . . . has taken a decided interest in Idaho-could it be Bill!!! . . . likes to go driving through the Pocono Mountains in fall of the year . . . oft times seen with "Class,', "Burkie," or "Messick" . . . plans to enter nurses' training-good luck, Maxie! THELMA SIPLING :us North Market Street ! , w "SIP" Business 1 1 Yearbook Staff 4: Senior Mixed Chorus 43 Girls' Chorus 3: Sophomore ! Mixed chorus 2. Journalism Club 3, 4. 1 "Sip" is one of the hard workers in the school ofiice . . . a speed demon in typing . . . dislikes cranky people . . . we wish everyone could have a disposition like "Sip's" . . . "Think nuthin' o' that" is what you'll find her saying . . . is kept busy working on the Bear Gazette . . . aims to be a secretary. 1 EDWARD Y. SMITH, JR. Masonic Homes "ED" College Preparatory Yearbook Staff 4: Photography Editor 43 Senior Mixed Chorus 3, 45 Boys' Chorus 2, 3, 43 Sophomore Mixed Chorus 2: Senior Hi-Y 2, 3, 41 History Club 2: Chess Club 1. Hails from New Jersey . . . spends his spare time reading . . . dislikes bossy people . . . did a great job as photog- raphy editor of the yearbook . . . a canasta fiend . . . "Doooo tell" . . . professional sleeper in study hall . . . liked by all . . . interests range from eating to eating . . . has his share of freckles . . . enjoys flying . . . a future naval aviator. LLOYD C. SMITH Bainbridge "SMITTY" General Joined us in our junior year . . . easy-going . . . "What sa matter, ya tired livin'?" . . . Ah, those eyes!!! . . . fastid- ious dresser . . . cowboys around in a '41 Buick . . . avid . movie fan . . . we know he'll be a big success. enlorii BARRE E. SMUCK 219 South Market Street "SMUCK" College Preparatory Yearbook Staff 4: Senior Mixed Chorus 43 Boys' Chorus 2, 33 Sophomore Mixed Chorus 2: Senior Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Chaplain 33 Junior Hi-Y 13 Vice-Presi- dent lg District Governor, Division Ten 45 Football 1, 2, 3, 41 Journalism Club 33 President 3: Music Appreciation 35 Class Vice-President 4. Our tall, dignified class vice-president . . . really a witty character . . . loads of fun . . . interests range from football to women . . . has unusual hobby of collecting snakes . . . favorite drink????-cherry seven-ups . . . mischievous lad . . . pretty teeth . . . dislikes teachers who give too many notes . . . neat personality . . . Plummer's steadfast companion . . . snappy dresser . . . hopes to marry a rich widow . . . "Good luck, Smuck!!!" ROBERT STONE ainhriuge "BOB" General Native of Bainbridge . . . blond hair with blue eyes to match . . . always seen with Lloyd . . . "Mother never told me there would be days like this" . . . Oh! those double chemistry periods! . . . usually seen in a certain maroon Mercury heading toward Manheim . . . main ambition-to become a man . . . We hope you'll succeed. JANET E. SWEIGART R. D. No. 1, Elizabethtown ".lANET" Business Yearbook Stal? 43 Girls' Chorus 3, 43 Senior Tri-Hi-Y 2. 3, 4. Small but mighty . . . bashfullll until you know her . . . has an interest in Patton . . . Kelley's constant companion . . . greets her friends with an ear-to-ear smile . . . future store clerk . . . an asset to anyone who employs her. I wit 1 ff -W, Lols WEIDMAN R. D. NO. 2, Elizabethtown "LOIS Business Yearbook Staff 3. 4: Senior Mixed Chorus 43 Girls' Chorus 33 Sophomore Mixed Chorus 21 Senior Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Senior Play 4. Tall blonde . . . friendly . . . full of life . . . a whiz in book- keeping . . . "See you at lunch time, Jill" . . . Oh, those Girl Scout meetings . . . "Gee Whiz' . . . likes food-especially ice cream . . . will make an excellent bookkeeper. ff BENJAMIN WITHERS R. D. No. 1, Elizabethtown "BEN" College Preparatory Senior Hi-Y 2. 3, 43 Yearbook Staff 41 Key Club 35 Football 2, 33 Basketball Manager Zi, 41 Baseball Manager 2, 3, 4, History Club 2: Chess Club 1. The guy with the jeep . . . delivers plants for Miss Dulebohn . . . manages our basketball and baseball teams . . . collects coins as a hobby . . . always out for a good time . . . "Shucks" . . . Kepler's constant com- panion . . . aims to be a forester. GERDA WITTEK R. D. No. 3, Elizabethtown "USCHI" College Preparatory Yearbook Staff 45 F. H. A. 4. It's Gerda's first year in America . . . a friend to all . . . loves reading and good music . . . an A student . . . likes all kinds of fruit . . . keeps teachers on their toes . . . It was nice to have you with us, Gerda . . . good luck in the future. ea . . . flue wmlrnsn c. nun C 0 R. D. No. 1, Elizabethtown "WINNIE" Business Yearbook Staff 3, 4. A good sport . . . cheerful disposition . . . collects hillbilly records . . . "Way to go" . . . could get along without homework . . . is proud of the fact she is from Newville . . . ambition-to travel. PEGGY LOU WEAVER Center Square, Elizabethtown "DO0ZlE" Home Economics Yearbook Staff 43 Senior Mixed Chorus 3, 4: Sophomore Mixed Chorus 23 F. H. A. 2, 33 Secretary 4. Small and lively, that's our Doozie . . . cute . . . neat dresser . . . a friend to all . . . "And I'm here to tell you" . . . spends a lot of time at Bainbridge??? . . . thinks there's nothing like spaghetti . . . Dot's constant com- panion . . . is forever laughing and talking??? . . . a future housewife. C066 0 57 MAXINE wmel-lr 157 East Hummelstown Street "MACK" Business Yearbook Staff 3. 43 Senior Mixed Chorus 3, 43 Sophomore Mixed Chorus 2: Senior Tri-Hi-Y 3, 45 Indoor Patrol 4. Can be found directing everyone in a traflic circle at the door of Room 21 , . . will promptly appear at the mention of FOOD , . . just LOVES Blzick Pontiacs . . . dislikes people who crack their gum . . . goes to the movies quite often-is it the picture or the usher you want to see, "Mack"??'? JANET ZERPHEY 120 washington street "JANET" Business Yearbook Staff 3, 4, Girls' Chorus 3, 41 Sophomore Mixed Chorus 2g Senior Tri-Hi-Y 2. 3, 4. Janet is our cute brunette with all the neat clothes . . . "How do you do this bookkeeping problem"??'! . . . for whom do you knit all the socks, , Janet??? . . . number, please-that's Janet at the telephone office . . . dislikes noisy people. l I l DONALD R. ZOOK W 206 North Hanover Street "DON" College Preparatory l Senior Orchestra 2, Il, 45 Boys' Chorus 3, 45 Senior Hi-Y 2, 3. 4: Junior Hi-Y 13 4 Junior Play 3: Football 1, 2, 33 Journalism Club 2, 3, 45 Wrestling 31 General Chorus 2. Blond . . , mischievous . . , oh, those haircuts!! . . . can usually be found at Tony's . . . catches up with his sleep in English class . . . "What do you mean?" . . . better than food is more food . . . Mr. Sedule's pet peeve!!! . . . travels around on a motorcycle . . . hunts and fishes in his spare time . . . always and forever late for school . . . will make a good forest ranger . . . best of luck, Don. These were the Seniors . . . in charge of the tickets for our Senior Play. They were responsible for the These Senior fellows . . . represented our Alma lVIatc1 seating arrangements and sought to please alll at the weekly meetings held by the Rotary Club A W. .3,,fT , mms ,,,. Fcllows lcnd a hclping hand on play props Playing hockey? , . . Lois Weidman. Jim Miller. and Ducky Good . . . Easy docs it! Yes . . . thc goalie position. find Hpracticc makes pcrfcctf Y , .ink i i Tum llardcr . . . receives thc Finishing touches Jay Brandt . . . fellow classmate, Edie. Hclcn. and Wcrnic provc that fiom "rn:1kc-up artist" Mary Lcicht. patiently waiting for his pal. chemistry can be fun ...IDN 'lt , ,Q N ,f Q X Ql'll0l"1f . . IN THEIR OFF MOMENTS 'Iimc out for a cokc! . . . Cheerful grin llvavyl' No! . . . Just czxn't scum expresses fellow classmates' ll just won't slick!! . . . So- "A lricni to find thc riflht one!! contentment. Won't you join mc? in nccd proves to hc a friend inclccd ,Honor Otto Flnrshutz Irvin Engle Fred Olweilcr Arlan Kcllu WE, THE CLASS of 1951 set aside this page of our yearbook, to honor our classmates who have entered the service of our country. Whether they be preserving the peace or Winning the War, we wish them good luck and a safe return home. 11 QHPIIIHHEIIII To LENNY, a former classmate of the "Class of '51," whom we all remember as the fellow with a friendly gesture for everyone. He was a pleasant, easy-going boy of whom we all were very fond, and who possessed the ability to play the drums "with his heart as well as his hands." Want an balloon? . . . S00 any member nl thc Key Club. who sold them at thu Kiwunis Farm Fair. Jim Bingcmzm. Jim Miller, Lois Longvncckcr and Dolly Mvssivk watch the fuulluall gznnc from their Hlxulcmiy seats." Rzwllvl and Tllvlma on lluty in the oflicc. Snmc of the luusinuss Students vlicoking X5 A tlicir Gregg uwanls. 'rv XS, 9 0 ,r cfnfor cle! 0l1fl0fIf5 fd' we f".L'.1T wi lm- xr 1.f or ,rf s,,x 'lllrvv IlN'llllll'l'S ul tlii vulor gn-ml Mary Easton . , . lizxppily and prnuclly Lzmv Shank . . . trying tu study lwiwoon Arlvnv, lVl:1xiv. mul lilimlu-tli. all displayslie-1-S510nvv1n'dfor winning tliu cues nl Scniur Play prziu iw ri-:uly liar llw llznIlnwv'vn I'u1'a1clc. Pennsylvania Wei-li quiz cuntm-sl. Cannibal .Slab .luycc Gohn di:-acusscs "Grow- ing Up Socially" in one ot' thc t'Lil'c Anjustmcntf' programs hclcl on Thursdav afternoons. Anna Andrcws and Elizalmcth Martin take a ccntcr bully to start thu gamc off right. Bcn and Toni hold thc laddcr whilc Mr. Cainci' lakes hand picturcs. Ncls Chittuln takcs tixnc out during lunch hour to mani- curc his nails, Barrc. PL-tc and Dun cntcr i-nthusiastii-ally intfm thc spirit nl' thc pcp ralli- Thclina Lanca:-atcr, Frances Lung, Arlcnc llciscy. and Alicc Huilurd cnjoy thcir noon lunch hour. Ruth Barley and l't-ggy Ather- tnn nrcparing thc refresh- nicntm lor unc ol' thc parties. Anil who is one nt' thi-sc litllc si-cnnrl gradcrsl' Could it llc Shirlcy Hornaliusl' Sunni- of the' svniur girls watch thi-ir classmatcs pwrticipatc in thc gamc ul' lmaskclhall. X we .3 N A ??'ff?1W , Q Q'-Aj - ' XX? Si- : '1 I in -n-Q :,:,,+ wx? wx ' A XM, x X X X Q ' X xx 1 X ...gg .f H Wg: . - f- ?xe.:1,"'i.:AIe-' 5 wr 4. f L f by kfgmswwkglfx F53 ur fzi I9 Lane. Janet, Bill, Dick, and Jill take "time out" for a friendly chat between dances. THE JUNIOR-SENIOR PROM . . . slipped away to the South Sea Islands for one glorious evening . . . danced beneath the palm trees . . . delicious punch and cookies . . . Maynard McKissick's orchestra really added enchantment to our Prom Night . . . never to be forgotten. Hi, there! . . . Hesitant? . . . No! Just a few words A pleasant smile and a friendly word or two with a friend . . . helped to relieve tension. enlightened our moments of the prom. Coming through! . . . a cheerful greeting was well appreciated and was with our South Sea Islands paradise. Our tropic setting called for something cool . . . refreshments with fruit punch being the center of attraction! fo me .goufli 520 Jlifanoli Maynard McKissick's Orchestra provided the sparkling music for our dancing and listening Rainbow colored gowns and dark suits combined well pleasure under the swaying palms with our picturesque setting. 9 i I P C O The cast . . . receiving encouragement from their directress, Miss Miriam Mengel. ur iyarqif aibramafzc ghd. . EXCELLENT THE JUNIORS' production of f'We Shook the Family Tree" was a huge success . . . practices were more fun! ...all the dill pickles Barre consumed! . . . and the night Ronnie brought the live fish for dress rehearsal, fish were Hopping all over the place . . . where did he get them anyway? . . . remember the morning the whole cast bagged school and went to Highspire, they were putting on the same play, only to find we were a day early . . . never discouraged, we went again the next day . . . no one was ever on time for cues because they were always playing basketball . . . all in all we had a wonderful time and we were sorry when it was over . . . much credit for the success went to our able directress, Miss Miriam Mengel. "Fi-eddie's" friends seem to find Beauty mud that smells that bad "Where are my pants?" shouts the enraged Bob his short pants humorous, should do wonders for anyone. as he makes a dive for Mr. Shermer, 1 ti 4 X "Look at the big one we got. Mom," "Freddy," trying to Mrs. Shermer discovers that all her old exclaim Bob and Jimmy. explain his sudden love letters have been acquisition of distributed to the neighbors. long pants. ur Lgznior I fag . . uNsuRPAssAal.: "FUNNY FACEW was a play that will be remembered by those who saw it, for a long time. Who can forget Dell Stevens fElizabeth Martinj pouring water on Andy tDick Bainbridgej because he used her as a model for "Silly Dilly," a comic strip character. Matt CEd Seitzj. who was Andy's best pal spent his time patching up Andy's troubles. julie QDoris Goodj as Dell's best friend tried her best to keep Dell's spirit high. Selma Qjoann Betzj flirted with Andy, Betty fHelen Eshelmanj knew all the news, and Mr. Collins fTom Harderj was the man with the umbrella. Dozer fLane Shankj thought Dell should be his girl, while Mrs. Stevens fLois Weidman, and Mr. Stevens flames Millerj tried to he understanding with a teen-age daughter. Alice CDolly Messickj was proud of her new bicycle until she ran over Mrs. Kendall fMaxine Shankj. jake, the laundryman, fBill Chesnuttj kept the audience in stitches every time he appeared and helped Sam fClair Hilsherj present engagement presents to Dell. Finley CGeorge Achornj and Meg QPatricia Berrierj from the Eve- ning Star, kept the presses rolling with information on the love affair of Andy and Dell. 3"'5. . l Joann Betz and Lane Shank looking on as Liz Martin demonstrates the art of standing on one foot. Mr. Grosh giving the do's and dont's to the play cast before the opening night. What, all this for mc?" . . . asks Dell as more Maxine Shank finally solves the mystery engagement presents are heaped rn her. of Liz Martin's secret admirer. Ah-Hal Eddie Sifitz buck to his old tricks with Liz Martin as a partner. Result: Tom Harder gets a wet seat! Nl fx 9 Q.. 1. " 7 7 f'q'Yx.zxX,':.v r , . . A- if i':i5Q?' XC'fN.f.b v , X, 1' - - A . 21319 .' 1 . f. 1 .lb ,, gf. 'dr' if -B 1, Q? 0 1 fi' I kiwi 'iw .1 f x X - N.- hw.. v-"""" Y '22 A :awww 3 f M ',gm1'ff q,3igeg3j'QP,gm,w9w4 QM I? A... New typing protvgvs . . , Jim Bingomzm, Ruth Klinger. :mil Frances Lung, l1Ell'Cl at work. 'l'Iw llumv El'0ll0lHlCS class . . . prepares posters to zidvvrtisc their school lunch. 5 0tAQI'5 5588 M55 G1-urgc Achorn and Barre Smuck solving dillicult Elizahvth Marlin :mul Jznwt Clmplnan problems in solid geometry. c:itcl1im.5 up on thcii' typing. CQUMMA -5'-ki' fl"-I "QW: 'ND J-QQ 09 ff rgasvmqp of Qbsw Wn f,,gv,, 2 a ' R , 0 1. 0 jg, , L Q-i -Qib - ,. 5 12: Junior Class Olficers . . . Left to right: J. Wanamaker, Vice President: R.. Broucht, President: A. Fasnacht, Secretary: W. Fink, Treasurerg Mr, A. Epplcr, Advisor. uniom . . . HARDWORKING WAITED anxiously for our class rings, jackets, and sweaters . . . selected red and white as class colors . . . Mr. Eppler, our class adviser, pushed and pulled us through our rough and tough parts . . . we became "millionaires" by selling refreshments at the football and basketball games . . . our play was a huge success . . . guided by an excellent group of busy officers. Betty, Mary Ann, Alma. and Helen happily display The juniors eagerly await the curtain their various class hats, jackets, and sweaters. prior to their assembly. W CALM 0 N5 First Row, Loft to Right: B. Brown. P. Douglas, J. Martin. R. Heigcl. J, Trostlc, K. Winters, L, Sweigart. M. Musscr. N. llt-ist-y, l'. Adams. B. Bryan. E. Kajko, J. Hershey. S. Roycr. T, Seitz, S. Knarr. Second Row: S. Bechtel. J. Espenshadc, Il. Stahl. A. Swuigart, H. Eherly. S. Stahl, M. Hess, T. Allenian, D. Whitmoycr, G. Klingcr, A. Good. B. Floyd, N. St-hroll, A. Fasnacht. H. Brandt. Third Row: J. Sumniy, M. Grubb, G. Hoover, J. Risser, S. Shitfcr, J. Barnhart, D. Pautz. M. Wt-rt. J. Earlinrt, A. Rt-idcr, M. Stauffcr, J. Scnscinan. K. Gish, J. Longencckcr, E. Frazier, S. Allcinan. First Row, Lt-ft Io Right. J. Craun, W, Hciscy. R. Miller, R. Gish. P. Brandt., P. Heisey, R. Lokey, L. Smith, J. Weaver K. Hackman. L. Garns, C. Cohaugh. E. Shank, D. Bradley. J. Funck, P Hollinger. Second Row: E. Kessler, R. Baker D. Ratl'L-nspurgt-r. J. Paxson, L. Kaylor. R. Flowers. D, Grimm, R. Enicnheiser, C. Meinhardt., J. Mav, D. Brvan. S. Olwr W. M K t. R. Br nicht. C. Baum, P, Vuxta, Third Row: 3. Helm, R. Eshelman, M. Weaver, D. Heller, W. Fink, J. Wan lllill1lLI' L aniakt-r, .I. Rntlit-rford, R. Hawthorne. J, Zarfoss, J. Grirnm, T. Trimmer, F. Walters. J. Herr, J. Shank, R. Hoover. Mnolelfcfaddmen Joanne Otis having trouble with Mary Martin counting the proceeds her goalie-pads. from the sale of "kettle kornf' Home Room 4 celebrates Christmas Dawn. Beckic. Gwen. and Bish George and Jvre hrushing up in a big way. spend some time loafing. on their studies. The eighth grade girls put on the finishing Shirley Raffenspcrger learns the Students partaking of the school touches for their Hallowe'en party. essentials of homemaking lunch provided by the F. H. A. Dale Andrews Becky using one of her provides "oompli" free periods to study for our lwancl. in the library. 2alftgAf O!! MCLI' ...J SW' Miss Bxhr and her Hook of juniors rcdecorate the art room Janet, Mary Ellen. and Shirley painting colorful bandanas, Sophomore boys enjoy the spring weather during lunch hour. Robert Flowers and Charles Finding specific gravity is one of the Meinhardl cut intricate designs phases of physics as discovered by on the jig saw. Johnny Wanamaker and Jane Summy. LS70l0A0l'l'l0l"Q5 . . . HAPPY-GO-LUCKY First Row, Luft to Right: E. Heisey, D, Berrier, R. Gibbons, G. Hershey, J. Royer, W. Heisey, J. Frey, J. Hawthorne. H. Good, G. Ney. J. Stum, R, Kautz, L. Erb. Second Row: R. Butterbaugh, C. Moose, P. Shank, H. Wolgemuth. S. Heil- man. P. Atherton, A. Frey, J. Otis, S, Bishop, I. Brubaker, G, Hoerner, B. Sinniger. V. Miller, V, Kauffman. Third Row: M, Engle. D. Stevens, J, Heisey, G. Ellinger, G. Weaver, D. Aldinger. J, Warden, J. Shank, E. Beck. C. Griffith, D. Kniley, G. Hixson, S. Swisher, P. Pardoe, M. Hoover. J. Walborn. J. Landvater. Fourth Row: S. Lehman, B. Baum. J, Mummau, G. Pyle, P, Rosensteel, S, Brown, L. Kaylor, J. Ebersole, P. Seiders, M. Lokey. D. Miller, J. Shank. J. Carl, J. Wenger. A. Hilsher, S. Patton Fifth Row: R, Albright, L, Byers, C. Fogie. F. Van Scyoc, C. Lehman. A. Fultz, D. Shearer. L. Greenly. J. Smith, L. Gutshall, H. Daveler, V. Schweers, L. Ulrich, M. Martin. M. Ginder. N. Ebersole, R. Ginder. Sixth Row: J. Frye, J. Dougherty, D, Emenheiser, R. Wenger, J. Wanamaker, H. Knorr, D. Grubb, R, Haines, G. Clarke, J. Rutherford, J. Lancaster. D. Warfel, S, Heckert, B. Landis, B. Heckert, R. Milbee, L. Berrier. As WE joyfully take over our tenth grade duties, we find that an amazing change has come over us. Gone are the silly habits and customs of freshmanhood, and we are really settling down to the business of getting through high school. We lind that more is expected of us, and so naturally we work all the harder. We were proud to be the first in the history of the school to select our hats and jackets in our sophomore year. We chose as our Class colors blue and gray: to raise money we sold Kettle-Korn. As the year rolls to an end we are preparing ourselves for a most glorious and delightful year, when we shall climb up another step in the ladder of our education to become Juniors. Sophomore Class Officers and their Adviser . . . Miss "They call it a jump" . . . The sophomore girls indulge in Jane Hunsecker: Mary Martin, treasurer, John Dough- a game of basketball. They are: Barbara Sinniger, Jean erty, president: Janice Carl, vice president, Sue Patton, Landvater, Jo Wanamaker, Doris Emenheiser, Marianna secretary. Engle, Sue Beck, and Doris Kniley. 57 I"Q6Al'l'lQl'l . . . MY, HOW TIME FLIES in Sift K .yew ,N .,.,-4 and Freshmen students brave enough to take Latin have The eight guiding lights of the Freshmen Class. First their daily workout at the blackboard. Pictured are Row: D. Bishop, E. Taylor, E. Bishop. Second Row: P. B. Gish, T. Evans, J. Miller. H. Dostmann, I. Heisey. Shelley, S. Loraw, J. Nisley, B. Gish, J. Hoover. MFRESHMENH they're called and t'Freshmen" they be!!! . . . participated 1, . ff in a variety of "gala" events . . . seems their Hall0we'en shindig was a big success . . . Freshman Prom brought about the end of a perfect l year for these "incomparable" kids . . . Mr. Warden and Miss Wagner I M found them a "class of which they can be extremely proud"!!! 5 I f 'P I X4 First Row. Left to Right: C. Baker, G. Rickert, P. Schwanger, H. Dostmann, L. Seiders, K. Stoner, D. Bishop, K. Rice. E. Espenshade, W. Sehwanger, E. Bishop, J. Risser. Second Row: M. Warren, B. Gish, I. Heisey, L, Good, E. Enek. S. Lan- caster, M. Hoover. S. Itzoe, Z. Cukurs, M. Bingeman. E. Taylor. S. Bates. N. Greenawalt. Third Row: C. Gilgore, E. War- den. T. Evans, M. Heisey, H. Gish, L. Frederick, R. Little, N. Sweigart, J. Heisey, W. Vuxta. R. Long, A, Shank, J. Nisley, C. Earhart, W. Miller. S. Good, M. Gebhard, J. Miller, S. Loraw, S. Musser. Fourth Row: J. Hofler, D. Dieffenbaeh, D. Jumper, G. Nauman, B. Kennedy, J. Hoover, B. Koppenhaver, C. Kaylor, N. Royer, E. Enck, S. Golden, R. Way. J. Hoover, J. Shearer, B. Funek, A, Kilhefner. B. Meyerhoffer. Fifth Row: D. Gibble, S. Landis, L. Lehman, R. Cunningham, D. Arndt. L. Collins, C, Pfaunmiller, E. Olweiler, G. Fisher, J. Shank, F. Hershey, J. Westafer, M. Shumaker, Y. Brown. R. Haldenian. J. Heigel, E. Wolgemuth, M. Isenberg, W, Crain, J. Hotfer, Sixth Row: L. Boyer, P. Meyers, B. Cocker. S. Ishler, W, Kepler, K. Beinhauer, R. Abram, H. Andrews, V. Belser, H. Goodling, H. Engle, P. Shelly, J. Risser. J. Kay- lor, R. Heisey, D. Martin. O. Seager, E. Hershman. B. Strickland, Ilirme Room Utlirers , . . First Row, Left to Eighth grade art students . , . J. Goodling. J. Bankler. Right: I.. Forwood, C. Lutkins, B. Becker. lVI. T. Degler, D. Beinliauer, and A. Coulson, working on lflspenshade. Seeond Row: A. Coulson, N. a project assigned by Miss Bahr. Evalt, J. Wenger. D. Andrews. gina Q . . . STILL CLIMBING FOUND their second year in Junior High as exciting as their first . . . Reside in Home Rooms 4 and 5 which were beautifully decorated for the Christmas season . . . Most of their time is devoted to passing to and from buildings . . . Their activities and interests vary . . . Boys and girls are ardent members of "Y" clubs . . We'll hear more about these kids in the future!! First Row. Left to Right. W. Tierney, N. Horst. C. Barton, D. Means, M. Hotlman, C. Lutkin. R. Lehman. L. Hippensteel M. Espenshade. D. Mt-Curdy. D. Kreider, J. Goodling, N. Good, J. Douglass, J. Nye. M. Gerhart, J. Weaver, A. Weiss Second Row: 5. Thompson. J. Rice, R. Morris. T. Degler, A. Coulson. R. Hill, E. Smith. G. Nissley. R, Munimau. L. Musser C. Polk, G. Edmiston, J. McBeth, M. Fetter. P. Yarnall, J. Herr, Third Row: A. Powell, D. Leher, W. White. R. Fisher Mullins, H. Becker, W. Clarke, J. Adams, H. Risser, C. Nauman, G. Johansen. M. Meinhardt, E, Boyer, A. Newcomer Ney. N. Hess, D. Beinhauer, L. Forwood, G. Lesher, Fourth Row: R, Williams, L. Heffner, A. Risser. D. Andrews N. Evalt. W. Gaskill. D. Shank, D. Dreher, J. Wenger. G. Ulrich. H. Gordon, P. Stahl, P. Stauffer, J. Stelten, F. llarzer P Kelley. R. Dietfenbavh, J. Eisenhauer, J, Bankler. l. R Beaming home room ollicers in their first year of high school-First Row, left to right: D. Weaver, C. Farrar, R. Walters, D. Evans. Second Row: S. Raifensperger, J. Achorn, L. Scott, J. Floyd, R. Belser, 40' 0UQl'lfA glad 8 . . . UP AND COMING BEGAN a different life . . . displayed new poten- tialities . . . their first year in Junior High they found to be a matchless thrill! . . . as always Miss Miller and Mr. Blouch were ready to guide them, through "Thick and Thin" . . . found fun in taking on new courses and participating in the varying new activities that were set before them . . . in accordance with an old saying, "Their wings are spread, now they're learning to fly." Oooh! ls that where we live? J. Risser, B. Hoffman, D. Comfort. First Row, Left to Right: G. Werner. R. Walters. D. Comfort, D. Albright, D. Weaver, J. Longenecker. J. Risser. C, Farrar, J. Stevens. T. Rice, G. Neidigh, R. Good, B. Hoffman. Second Row: P. Heisey, J. Coble, M. Martin, M. Chapman, I. Free- man, K. Stoner, S. Shank. J. Carl, R. Drouin, B. Stevenson, J. Beinhauer, P. Powell, P. Miller, S. Raffensperger, E. Gel:- hard, L. Cukurs, G. Sloat, R. Mumper. Third Row: R. Belser, R. Royer. J. Reid, W. Dougherty, T. Martin, F. Ackerman, J. Hahn, F. Klein. J. Cocker, H. Wild, L. Cunningham, J. Coleman, R. Witmer, K, Heisey, D. Evans, A. Martin, R. Heffner. Fourth Row: L. Patton, S. Risser, L. Stumn, L. Scott, C. Chronister, J. Floyd, F. Peiiier, J. Achorn, M. Andrews, C. Herr, S. Floyd, C. Klinger. Y. Copenhaver, A, Shaw, L. Gish, B. Zell, P. Risser. WW X At a Pep Rally . . . Jill Hornafius and the blushing bride, Wernie Fetter. get hitched by Parson Lighthiser as the beautiful bridesmaids, Jay Rutherford. Bob Broucht, and Dale Heller. look on. e,,,,, pep famed 'X h nge honlirc provides zi sparkling background Scvvral members of the f for one of our outdoor pep rallies. ootbull team provide tht' carl ' " Jedxing the body of our victim 6188? . . . CAQQI' . . . CAQQI' Left to Right . . . L. Goodling. A. Grofif, S. Hornufius. N. Schroll. J. Espenshade. ive a gizeer. ive a cc LET'S HAVE A CHEER for the Blue and White!" yelled the live peppy cheerleaders who were on hand at every game, hastening their team on to victory. Coached by Miss Jane Hunsecker and Captained by Shirley Hornafius, they added new cheers and frequently held pep meetings. Next year's cheerleaders will miss seniors Lois Goodling, Shirley Hornalius, and Anna Martha Groff. Junior Varsity Checrlcadrrs . . . Left to Right: S. Shi 'fu P Ro tnskel M. Warren, E. Beck, S. Bechtel. I. Brubaker, D. Grubb C is x - A g ' Q. s ff' it My W u ae "S-it X' 'itxa 'wx 'arg " ,irxlfrxii f , QJJW V1 jk? A ua Olfl fo IIkCf0I"g Assistant Coaches . . . Melvin Warden, William Barnhart, Joseph Sedule, worthy assist- ants of Coach Luchnick in football . . . men who know what they are doing , . . willing to work for the team . . . well deserving of their position. Coach Frank Luchnick . . . Has taken over the helm as head football coach . . . led the team through the season ' with an impressive 7-2 record . , . hard-working coach . . . shows you how it's done . . . also coaches junior high basketball. was Doug Bryan, Tyler Trimmer, Dale Griffith, and Richard Plummer. our four efficient football managers. Members of the team loosen up before the game ZOMZJQP fo SAOUZJQP First Row, Left to Right: J. Wanamaker, J. Rutherford, T. Harder, W. Fetter, L. Chapman, B. Parrett, R. Fearn, T. Lighthiscr. N. Chittum. L. Shank, R. Hawthorne. Second Raw: Coach Luchnick, J. Rutherford, D. Shearer, G. Helm, L. Greenly, J. Frye, R. Flowers, J. May, D. Heller, R. Eshelman, W. Fink. R. Albright, K, Beinhauer, Coach Barnhart. Third Row: D. Bryan, R. Plummer, R. Broucht, A. Fultz, D,Warfel. J. Shank, J. Rutherford, R. Wenger, J. Hawthorne, L. Boyer, J, Herr. D, Griffith, T. Trimmer. 1950 VARSITY FOOTBALL SEASON Opponent E-town Palmyra . . . . 31 6 Columbia ......... O 6 Manheim Township . . 0 27 Manheim Boro .... 7 2 1 Lititz ........ 12 26 Ephrata . . . 13 31 West York ....... 0 19 Swatara Township . . . 25 0 Enola ............ 13 19 Coach Barnhart with his two efficient managers work on The varsity team going through their routine Nelson Chittum's bruised ankle. practice session held after school. Lane Shank - Tackle Pete Fetter - Fullback Major Lighthiser - Tackle Nels Chittum - End E-TOWN vs. PALMYRA The Bears opened the 1950 season with a bang, only the bang backfired. Palmyra had too much weight and too much speed as they rang down the curtain on a win streak of fifteen consecutive conference games which the Bears had established. The final score-E-town 6, Palmyra 31. E-TOWN vs. COLUMBIA In the last quarter of this hard-fought game Larry Chapman. who had been injured, entered the game for the first time and ran 43 yards for the only touchdown as the Bears took their first conference game by a score of 6-0. E-TOWN vs. MANHEIM TOWNSHIP With their fangs gleaming the Bears roared out of their den to run all over the Blue Streaks by a score of 27-0. In five straight games played with Manheim Town- ship. E-town has yet to lose. Barre Smuck - Guard E-TOWN vs. MANHEIM BORO Our fighting team extended their win streak to three games by defeating a tough, vastly improved Manheim Boro team 21-7. E-TOWN vs. LITITZ The team pounded out a 26-12 decision over the Pretzels with everyone in uniform seeing action. The game was more one-sided than the score indicated as the Bears led 26-0 at the half. E-TOWN vs. EPIIRATA Striking with a devastating aerial attack, the Bears handed Ephrata its first conference loss of the season. The ball flew for all five touchdowns and for the fifth straight win by a score of 31-13. Q -Y . . r fs 93? Y t w W ix jf 2 2 gf x dawg Q, ,wklfa ' . 1. 5. ... P 31 QA iff? D ., . . 4 . 1,5511 X x fm, .M ...iq x ...Q ,bs55.Qg,6 Y . 5. .A . a X'-X v iraq., 31 X. lk K -. ...Wm ,Z 1 5 T: , X ggi EK Q1 'V .1-s X . . .:J.,..,. R lm. ,svn :Q - - -.wmv -.. .. -......" 1 5, . A 1-Nw-ww . ' , ,X , 1 ' 2 , . . J X , M 6 - A V xg . Xu Wffffkr-rs .- V A.. if " , V -six 9 s ff At' ..., , X s, AM w wiv My-X ' gf Q 'Kfiiw f - - Q ,y - Emi? gg, x 3 if Q , 1 LS I e 5,9 .V 1' sf. Ccntcr Pat Scidcrs taking a bully to start the game. Lois Goodling taking a short corner at practice. .fdcfion on flue jiefc! The time kecpcrs and score keepers get their lust minute instructions before the Manheim Boro game. Cozwh Hunscckcr, hard drivlng coach of this y92ll"S Hockey Champs! "Any questions. girls?" is the purpose of the referee's half-time visit. wavy OUR CHAMPIONSHIP SEASON SHOWING championship form from the be- ginning, the E-town girls defeated Mount joy 7-0 . . . Sparked by their first victory they traveled to Manheim and again came out on top 5-0 . . . Fighting hard, our girls managed to defeat East Hempfield 3-2 . . . A score of 5-2 ended the first half of the hockey season for E-town and East Donegal . . . Mount Joy again tasted defeat as Dorothy Grubb pushed a goal across in the tirst half . . . A much improved Manheim team was able to hold E-town to a 1-1 tie.. . Excellent playing was exhibited at East Hempfield as neither team was able to score in any period . . . The team climaxed the 1950 hockey season by defeating East Don- we llACt0I":f egal for the second time 3-0 .... For the first time since hockey has started in E-town High the girls have had an undefeated sea- son and captured the championship. Much of the credit goes to our three senior players: goalie Ruth Barley, fullback Nancy Campbell, and our left wing and captain Lois Goodling. But this could not have been accomplished without the excellent coach- ing of Miss Jane Hunsecker. Congratula- tions to our team and to Miss Hunsecker for a successful season! Ruth Barley served as our efficient goalie for the past two years. Lois Goodling, the captain of this year's champs, played the left wing position. Nancy Campbell did a good job as left fullback for our team. First Row, Left to Right: Miss J. Hunsecker, J. Martin. M. Grubb. J. Wanamaker, G. Clarke, R. Barley L Goodling, N. Campbell, E. Beck, D. Emenheiser, D. Grubb, P. Selders. Second Row: I. Brubaker, C Baker S. Bishop. J. Wenger, M. Lokey, G. Pyle, L. Good, J. Otis. L. Gutshall, A. Reider, P. Douglas. Third Row K. Winters, S. Brown. J. Ebersole, A. Hufford, S. Swisher, J. Carl, B. Kennedy. l oof ern THE E-TOWN cagers roared out into the Lancaster County League and swept by every team in Section I. The Bears went undefeated in League com- petition, winning ten straight games. Varsity Coach William Barnhart, Our boys hit 3 snag when the center, with his two capable man y ran agers: Douglas Bryan, left. and Larry Grecnly, right. afoul of our perennial rival, Mid- dletown, in two non-league games. The team entered the County playoffs but failed to make their shots against Ephrata. Entered in the District 3, Class B playoffs, the Bears emerged victorious over Columbia in the first round. Three days later again we failed to make the grade against Middletown. Coach Barnhart and all the players deserve a lot of credit for the fine brand of ball that was l d p aye and our congratula- tions for annexing the Section I crown. Tom and Nels spread out to Every 0nc's in on the scramble Ball. B' ll. l ' cover large territory. - - a w io s going for the lebound. to get the luzlllf' .i U ' n 54.0 , Q 'Q Kdiiei 6ACLlfVll05 M' hw 5 ix New Waigskf vm, Aww if . Qt if h n cr s Jr . , ' 9, ' ,ai Varsity Baskctecrs . . . Left to Right: J. Rutherford. J. Wanamaker, D. She nei N. Chittum, T. Lighthiser, L. Chapman. W. Fetter, J. Rutherford, F. Wxltus 1951 SEASON E-town .... . . . 51 New Holland . . . . . E-town ,... ... 49 E. Larnpcter .. . . .. E-town.. .. . 60 Denver ..... .. . ., E-town .... ... 51 Columbia .... .. . E-town .... . . . 37 Middletown ... . . . E-town .... . . . 66 Denver ....,. , . . E-town .... . . . 31 Marietta ....... . .. E-town .... . ,. 57 Manheim Boro .. .. E-town .... ... 47 E. Hemptield ..... E-town ,... ... 36 Middletown ... . . . E-town .... ... 64 Columbia ... ... E-town .... . .. 68 E. Donegal . . . . . E-town ..,. ... 44 W. York ... ... E-town ,... ... 46 Mt. Joy .... ... E-town ............ G5 Marietta ...,...... E-town, . ,. . . 53 Manheim Boro. , E-town .... . . , 53 W. York .,.,. . . -town .... . . . 53 E. Hempfield . . . town .... . .. 41 Steelton .... .. . town .... ... 44 E. Donegal ..... -town ..., , . . 36 New Holland ,. . town ............ 45 Mt. Joy ...... Lancaster County Playoff town ............ 28 Ephrata ........ Lancaster Couniy Distric? 3 Playoff -town ........... , 40 Columbia . ,.,.. District 3 Playoff -town .........., 36 Middletown .,.. Tap it over this way, Nels. It's a long reach, Frankie. Chappie stretches for a tap off fi. Q .. 'E Q Junior Varsity Basketball 1951 Season E-town .... 19 New Holland. 21 E-town .... 23 E. Lampeter. 31 E-town .... 24 Denver ...... 33 E-town .... 10 Columbia . . . 18 E-town .... 36 Middletown .. 61 E-'town .... 41 Denver ..... 32 E-town .... 18 Marietta .... 11 E-town .... 22 Manheim .... 20 E-town .... 22 E. Hempfield. 18 E-town .... 41 Middletown .. 46 E-town .... 31 Columbia .... 22 E-town .... 50 E. Donegal. . . 9 E-town .... 37 W. York ..... 28 E-town .... 24 Mt. Joy ...... 23 E-town .... 14 Marietta .... 28 E-town .... 26 Manheim .,.. 25 E-town .... 42 W. York ..... 32 E-town .... 31 E. Hempfield . 21 E-town .... 35 Steelton ..... 31 E-town .... 39 E. Donegal 18 E-town .... 28 New Holland. 18 E-town .... 27 Mt. Joy ...... 14 Junior Varsity Squad . . . First Row, Left to Right: R. Baker, J. Herr, J. Haw- thorne, D. Warfel, J. Funck. R. Albright. Second Row: Coach Trimble, R. Haines, J. Frye, G. Helm, R. Hawthorne, J. Rutherford, R. Hoover. iwceaafuf Mncfemfucbea Junior High Basketball 1951 Season -town .... 37 Marietta .... Manheim .... -town .... Hershey ..... 26 14 27 37 19 16 -town .... 22 E. Hempfield. 30 16 -town .... E E E E E-town .,,, Annville ,... 17 E-town .... E. Donegal .. 28 E-town .... 30 Mt. Joy ...... 21 E-town .... 22 Marietta .... 11 E-town .... 25 Annville ..... 27 E-town ..,. E E E E 30 -town .... 27 Middletown .. 18 Manheim .... 17 40 E. Hempfield. 38 -town .... 21 Hershey ..... 20 27 40 20 -town .... E. Donegal. . . -town .... 28 E-town .... 17 Middletown .. E 21 -town .... Mt. Joy ...... Lancaster County Playoff E-town .... 20 Millersville .. 22 Junior High Basketball Squad . . . Standing, Left to Right: Coach Luchnick, D. Andrews, J. Wenger, R. Williams, L. Boyer, K. Beinhauer, H. Goodling, R. Cunningham. Kneeling: R. Heisey, L. Collins, J. Heigel, W. Clarke, J. Goodling, D. McCurdy, L. Hippensteel, E. Warden, F. Hershey. Fin! Row, Left to Right: T. Lighthiser, E. Shank, G. Hess. N. Chittum. G. Achorn, L. Chapman. K. Beinhauer, D. Shearer J. Wanznnaker. J, Rutherford, T, Harder. Second Row: Coach Sedule, D. Andrews. B. Withers, J, Hawthorne. L. Collins H, Goodling, M. Ginder, C. Baum. R. Milbee, D. Warfel, D. Bryan, Coach Barnhart. fl!-Q We Oni fo flue Kuff game DATE April 2 April 3 April 5 April 10 April 12 April 17 April 19 April23 April24 May 1 May 8 May 10 Tentative Baseball Schedule - 1951 Season SCHOOL . . . .Middletown . . . ....Manor .... . ....Manor .... . . . .Middletown ..... . . . .East Hempfield . . . . .East Donegal . . . . . . Mt. Joy .... . . . . . . . East Donegal . . . . . . Marietta ...... . . . . . .East Hempfield . . . ...Mt.Joy .... . ...Marietta PLACE Home Away Home Away Away Home Away Away Home Home Home Away Taking a mighty swing . . . at the bat is "Two out and one to go" . . . thanks to our catcher George Achorn. speedy first baseman, Johnny Wanamaker. , fff: ? Z if I A Qi' ful" W ,f--Qwnflf X, 1 wx J! nl f -.,- X ix COMPOSED of four sparkling color-guards . . . simply loved those 7:30 band rehearsals . . . Maxine reigned as captain . . . made a striking appearance in all parades . . . walked away with excellent rating in the Harris- burg Parade . . . a credit to any school . . . Elizabeth, Arlene and Maxine will be leaving us this year. Color Guard . . . Left to Right: Mary Martin, Maxine Shank, Arlene Burkholder, Elizabeth Martin. 0'0"0"0 THOSE smart gals with the twirling batons parading during half-time are Eliza- bethtown's majorettes who kept the boys on the edge of their seats during football games. These solid morale builders, under the capable direction of Joanne Trostle, have put on a spectacular performance this season and deserve much praise. Throughout the year, they have kept the Elizabethtown spirit high and have con- tinued to help bring success to our 1950 football team. Majorettes . . . Left to Right: J. Trostle, S. Bishop, J. Floyd, B. Gish, D. Stevens, S. Loraw, S. Bates, J. Nisley, E. Taylor. Qi' awn . . . oun HIGH-STEPPING MAJORETTE . Axxy bWfQ -ii arcAin9 jeef fgergzrmec! 7!MarcAin9 jeafd HIGHLIGHTED their year by winning a superior rating at the Harrisburg Christ- mas Parade . . . practiced at 7:30 A. M. as members hustled to get there by 7:40 . . . carnival scene climaxed football shows . . . Dick Bainbridge was student director. First Row, Left to Right: K. Emenheiser, J. Longenecker, K. Stoner, G. Rickert. D. Goodling. T. Seitz, L. Longeneckcr D. Messick, J. Martin, F. Klein, G. Edmiston, J, Douglass, Mr. N. Klauss. Second Row: J. Hoover. M. Isenberg, T Evans, F. Harzer, R. Belser. J. Wenger. C. Hilsher, D. Gibble, E. Seitz, G. Lesher, J. Stambaugh, S. Raffenspurgur M. Hoover. Third Row: L. Heffner, J. Warden, L. Patton, C. Earhart, J. Wenger, G. Clarke, S. Patton, M. Engle J. Shank, J. Ebersole. D. Andrews. W. Gaskill. Fourth Row: H. Brandt, R. Butterbaugh, C. Moose, D. Emenheiser, M Grubb, A. Reider. K. Gish, H. Engle, R. Myers, D. Grubb. J. Wanamaker, J. Paxson. Fifth Row: J. Eyer. J, Bingeman J. Zarfoss, F. Van Scyoc, G. Heffner, D. Raffensperger, W. Chesnutt, J. Miller, R. Wenger, L. Boyer, R. Abram R. Bainbridge. enior Urclzedfra . . . Al.wAYs TOPS Violins: A. Burkholder, M. Martin, E. Hershman, J. Trostle, L. Smith, E. Enck, D. Andrews, D. Zook, N. Greenawalt, D. Kniley. J. Achorn, B. Hoffman, A. Risser. Drums: M. Engle, R. Bainbridge, J. Wanamaker. Trumpets: J. Eyer, E. Seitz, R. Belser, J. Wenger. Horns: J. Ebersole, J. Miller, J. Rutherford. Clarinets: J. Wanamaker, D. Messick, S. Patton, M. Hoover. Flutes: R. Butterbaugh, J. Earhart, J. Wenger, D. Grubb, C. Moose, Mr. Noah Klauss, Trom- Iaones: J. Bingeman, G. Achorn, R. Wenger. Bass Horn: W. Gaskill. Saxophones: D. Raffensperger. A. Reider, J. Hoover, G. Heffner. Cellos: N. Schroll, L. Longenecker. Piano: M. Weaver, E. Martin. Bass: R. Plummer, M. Shank. ANOTHER successful year under the capable baton of Mr. Noah Klauss . . . you can hear music floating through the halls every Thursday during fourth period . . . col- laborated with Mixed Chorus for the Christmas Concert to bring us " 'Twas the Night Before Christmas" . . . huge success at the Spring Concert. , if 1 f I W4 I at 7 Mr. Klauss and Miss Brandt . . . going over musical score together. The students of E.H.S. are proud of their two competent musical directors, Mr. Klauss, instrumental director, and Miss Brandt, vocal instructor. ffilflg IQJQHQLL . . NEVER BETTER a i"N-4 " ' gi ! Left to Right: A. Burkholder, M. Shank, E. Hershman, M. Martin, E. Martin, J. Trostle, A. Risser, L. Longenecker, J. Achorn, MR. KLAUSS' great pride and joy . . . entertained at dinners and banquets by pro- viding sparkling music . . . gratefully enjoyed playing Mr. Klauss' own arrange- ment of "Our Very Own" for Spring Concert . . . will miss Maxine, Elizabeth, Lois, and Arlene next year . . . a real cog in the wheel of music at E. H. S. JUNIOR ORCIIISTIA . . . Violins: S. Baker, R. Good, K. Lehman, B. Boggs, L. Eshelman, M. Flory, L. Herr, K. Jones, B. Carl, P. Lehman, K. Bentzel, J. Achorn, J. Kuntzelman. Drums: L. Heffner, J. Ebersole, D. Emenheiser. Bells. R. Butterbaugh. Trumpets: J. Longenecker, K. Emenheiser. H. Engle. F. Van Scyoc, G. Lesher, J. Stambaugh, J Coleman. Horns: J. Hoover, R. Mumper, J. Douglass. Clarinetsz G. Rickert, F. Klein, R. Coleman, C. Earhart, K Stoner. Flutes: S. Raffensperger, J. Wenger. Ban Horn: W. Gaskill. Tromhones: G. Edmiston, P. Farver, L. Patton D. Kilhefner. Saxoplloncs: J. Stahl, B. Bishop, F. Harzer. Cellosz P. Brinser, J. Jones. Accordion: I. Heisey. Bass: J. Shank. Mr. Noah Klauss. Piano: A. Frey, J. I-Ieisey. Girls' Quartet . . . S. Shifler. M. Hess. G. Ellinger. M. Grubb. it Girls' Tri-n . . . D. Good. J. Betz, A. Burkholder. Qing , CAOPUJ . . SWEET MELODIES THE GROUP of girls you hear rehearsing every Friday . . . worked enthusiastically for the Christmas Concert . . . pet peeve is hurrying back to school at lunchtime for rehearsals . . . always on time!!! . . . under the direction of Miss Brandt...jane Summy is their hard-working and faithful accompanist. First Row, In.-it to Right: S. Royer, V. Miller. J. Hershey. K. Winters, B. Miller, R. Heigel. A. Fasnacht, D. Kniley. I. Brubaker. P. Be-rricr. J. Sweigart, N. Schrfmll, T. Lancaster. A. Heisey. J. Killian. E. Beck. H. Bryan. Second Row, I.vt'1 to Right: J. Landvnter. D. Kelley. J. Espenshade. A. Sweigart, J. Longenecker. D. Pautz. S. Knarr, F. Long. R. Klingvr, E. Die-ffenhach, B. Brubaker, J. Barnhart, J. Zerphey, N. Rice, S. Bechtel, J. Shank, H. Eshelman. Third Row, I.uI'l to Right: B. Stahl. C. Fogic, H. Wolgemuth, S. Lehman. B. Heisey. R. Muinmau, N. Hoffer, A. Hutford, D. Aldingvr, G. Klinger. M. Wort. P. Rosensteel, H. Eberly, A. Heisey, M. Schwanger. J. Summy, G. Hoover. J. Risser Boys' Quartet . . . R. Bainbridge, J. Eyer, J. Miller, B. Parrett. Accompanisls . . . M. Weaver. J. Earhart, A. Frey, J. Summy. J CAOFU5 . . ACCOMPLISHED CHORISTERS UNDER the capable leadership of Miss Rosanna Brandt, we slaved two periods each week. How everyone looked forward to those Mondays and Wednesdays! The talkers find Miss Brandt still has her demerit system. Many pleasant memories remain. First Row, Left to Right: J. Martin, N. Park, L. Gibble. D. Royer. R. Barley. N. Campbell, L. Longenecker. P. Brnsey, J. Trostle. J. Gohn. P. Hollinger. J. Weaver, D. Bryan, B. Smuck, M. Martin. M. Engle, L. Weidman. M. Hess, S. Shiffer. Second Row, Left to Right: M. Rutt.. T. Sipling, M. Leicht, J. Betz, D. Good. R. Bainbridge, C. Hilsher. E. Kessler, R. Emenheiser, R. Plummer, G. Achorn, W. Chcsnutt, H. Brandt, J. Wanamaker, A. Burkholder, L. Goodling. Third Row, Left to Right: R. Butterbaugh, P. Weaver, M. Easton, M. Wright, J. Chapman, A. Groff, S. Hornafius, D. Raffensperger. T. Harder. E. Smith. C. Cobaugh, J. Craun, R. Miller, B. Brown. M. Hoover, K, Hoffman, D. Messick. J. Wenger. T. Seitz. Fourth Row, Left to Right: P. Douglas. D. Whitmoyer, S. Patton. E. Frazier, E. Martin, D. Heller. IJ. Eyes. J. Miller. M. Weaver. B. Parrett, L. Shank, M. Gruab, M. Schwanger. J. Summy, H. Eshelman, K. Gish. . ar art. I 7 Ogif CAOFMJ . . . DEEP-THROATED SONGSTERS Front Row, Left to Right: P. Hollinger, J. Weaver, D. Raffensperger, E. Kessler, J. Bingeman, D. Bryan., D. Warfel. E. Heisey. Second Row, Left to Right: J. Miller, L. Byers, C. Hilsher. D. Bainbridge, R. Emenheiser, R. Plummer. G. Achorn, D. Zook. C. Cobaugh. Third Row, Left to Right: J. Rutherford, H. Knorr. D. Heller, 'l'. Harder. J. Eyer, M. Weaver, J. Dougherty, B. Parrett, E. Smith, J. Zarfoss, L. Shank. PRACTICED ardently every Tuesday fourth period . . . thrilled audiences with spirited rendition of their numbers at both the Christmas Concert and the Spring Concert . . . some members attended County Chorus at Mount Joy. XSZIQAOFYLOPQ CAOPU5 . . . ASPIRING YOUNG VOCALISTS UNDER the excellent direction of Miss Rosanna Brandt the Sophomores gained their first experi- ences in choral work . . . rehearsed diligently every Thursday during fourth period to attain melodious harmony . . .all thrilled to the beauty of their blended voices . . . accompanied by Anna Frey, unsung heroine! First Row, Left to Right: C. Griffith. J. Walborn, G. Hoerner. E. Cobaugh, B. Sinniger, A. Frey. J. Carl. D. Warfel. E. Heisey, J. Frey, P. Atherton, M. Lokey, J. Warden. J. Otis. Second Row, Left to Right: L. Gutshall, J. Shank, S. Hoihnan. J. Heisey. D. Stevens, D. Miller, S. Bishop, G.Weaver. L. Byers, F. Van Scyoc, B. Landis, I. Brubaker, G. Pyle. P. Seiders. G. Hixson. Third Row, Left to Right: P. Shank, S. Heckert. G. Ellinger, N. Ebersole. S. Brown, G. Clarke B. Hcckcrt, J. Lancaster, H. Knorr, J. Frye, R. Haines, J. Dougherty, D. Emenheiser, S. Swisher, J. Shank, E. Beck: I N. ,oy OFFICERS: Seated, Left to Right: D. Bradley, G. Achorn. T. Lighthiser, R. Broucht. Standing: Mr. R. Trimble, R. Plummer, D. Heller. i- U . . . HIGH STANDARDS DEDICATED to the task of furthering clean living, speech, athletics, and scholarship in the school and community . . . meets every other Wednesday under the leadership of Bob Broucht . . . had several combined meetings with Tri-Hi-Y . . . sponsored club dances and parties . . . journeyed to Hershey for swimming parties . . . had many interesting speakers during the school year. First Row, Lclt to Right: D. Shearer, W. Fetter, R. Fearn. R. Broucht. H. Daveler, R. Bainbridge. D. Warfel, D. Berrier, J Paxson. J. Frey. E. Heisey, .l. Hawthorne, J. Weaver, B. Withers. Second Row: R. Albright, W. Fink, G. H1-ss. D. Zook. E, Shank. D. Bradley, J. Smith, E. Kessler, D. Raifensperger, R. Baker. J. Bingeman. R. Risser, D. Bryan. J. May, L. Grocnly. Third Row: E. Smith, A. Lancaster, A. Fultz, W. Mummert, P. Vuxta, G. Achorn. T 'I'riminvr. R. Ginder, B. Landis, C. Lehman, J. Mummau, K. Byers, B. Smuck, C. Hilsher, R. Stone. R. Gehhard. J. Grimm. Fourth Row: T. Lighthiser. B. Parrett, J. Zarfoss, R. Plummer, J. Frye, R. Wenger, H. Knorr. J Ruther- ford, J. Dougherty, D. Griffith, R. Haines, J. Rutherford, J. Miller. R. Eshelman, D. Heller, L. Shank, W. Chesnutt. I -new JT ,4 km, fi M31 ' x . ,W M ,, if 13 Ll it 3, ES is 5 ,Y -bln ,, W . n W gg 9 A ff 'R L"'iw'W'M -'ifwf a, , '-- 1 Qld' 2 'ua L Q . jg ffl: -' . fr m P! 3 R in fs 2 ff" ' - Omccrs . . . First Row, Left to Right: J. Betz, Mrs. A. Basler, A. Burkholder. Second Row: R. Barley, R. Klinger, S. Hornafius, D. Messick. jyri- i- M . . . srmvme ron CHARACTER A CHRISTIAN ORGANIZATION advised by Mrs. A. Basler consisting of junior and senior girls . . . Shirley Hornafius served as their capable president . . . entertained the selnior Hi-Y at joint meet- ings . . . panel discussions on "going steady" . . . filled baskets for the needy at Christmas . . . went Christmas caroling . . . five delegates were chosen to attend the United Nations Conference. First Row, Luft to Right: B. Bryan. B. Brubaker, D. Messick. M. Wright, S. Bechtel, J. Espenshade, B. Floyd. Second Row: K. Winters. J. Zerphey, G. Wittek, J. Gohn. R. Barley, J. Chapman. D. Kelley, W. Hutter, L. Longenecker, J, Hershey. N. Schroll, P. Douglas, J. Martin, K. Hoffman, H. Eberly, P. Adams. Third Row: R. Heigel, J. Trostle, F. Long, T. Suitz. J. Betz. D, Good. N. Campbell, M. Easton, P. Brosey, N. Park, L. Gibble, L. Goodling, H. Eshelman, A. Fasnacht, P. Berrier. R. Herchelroth. Fourth Row: B. Stahl, E. Frazier, A. Good, S. Knarr, T. Lancaster, B, Miller, Swuignrt, R. Klinger. E, Dieffenbach, G. Klinger, J. Killian, J. Earhart, A. Burkholder, E. Martin, S. Hornatius. . I-Iciscy. Fifth Row: M, Leicht, N. Bair, J. Risser, M. Wert, M. Grubb. J. Summy, M. Shank, G. Hoover, R. Mummau, l.. Weidman. A. Reider, B. Heisey. K. Gish, J. Senseman, D. Pautz, J. Drescher, J . A - - 5- ' -V---M -M I...,. .W . ii tv 7 944- Ollicers . . . First Row: S. Patton, D. Grubb, G. Clarke. Second Row: S. Lehman, Mrs. A. Basler, D. Stevens, M. Engle. .S?0,0A0l'l'l0I"Q 3"i'.M" y . . . NEWLY ORGANIZED A NEW ORGANIZATION composed of the Sophomore girls . . . under the capable leadership of Sue Patton, president, Dorothy Gmbb, vice president, Dawn Stevens, treasurer, Gwen Clarke, secre- tary: and Marianna Engle, scribe . . . advised by Mrs. Annette Basler . . . the purpose is to create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community high standards of Christian char- acter . . . the platform of the Sophomore Tri-Hi-Y is self-improvement, Christian fellowship, and united service . . . summing it all up the Sophomore Tri-Hi-Y stands for a very good cause. First Row, Left to Right: M. Engle, J. Warden, S. Bishop, P. Atherton, B. Sinniger. M, Hoover. G. Hoerner, P. Par- doc. J. Walhorn, D. Kniley, C. Griffith, V. Miller, I. Brubaker, V. Kauffman. Second Row: P. Rosensteel, J. Heist-y G. Ellinger, G. Weaver, J. Shank, J. Otis, L. Gutshall, J. Shank. E. Beck, S. Swisher, G. Hixson, J. Carl, J. Landvater. J. Wenger. S. Patton, R. Butterbaugh. Third Row: S. Brown, J. Wanamaker, D. Grubb, G. Clarke, D. Stevens, .I. Ehvrsole. P. Seiders, C. Fogle. J. Lancaster, D. Miller, S. Heckert, G. Pyle, B. Heckert, S. Lehman, C. Moose. unior ri- Jw l First Row, Left to Right: R. Good, P. Miller, J. Beinhauer, P. Powell, S. Floyd, B. Stevenson, E. Gebhard, B. Zell, P. Risser, S. Raffvnspergcr. I. Freeman, K. Stoner, S. Shank, J. Carl, R. Drouin. Second Row: S. Good. J. Achorn. L. Scott., R. Lehman, D. Meades, N. Good, J, Nyc. T. Herr, M. Flspenshade, J, Weaver, A. Weiss, L. Gish, A Shaw. Y. Copenhaver, P. Heisvv, J. Coble. M. Chapman. L. Cukurs. Third Row: J. Hoover, S. Gol- den, S. ltxoe, A. Kilhcfner, J. Miller. B. Kennedy. M. Feiter, E. Smith, R. Mummau, A. Coulson, C. Nauman. . Taylor, C. Baker, R. Morris, Y. Brown, J. Hoffer, M. Gebhard. M. Martin, M. Bingeman. Fourth Row: . Cukurs, J. Westafer, N. Greenawall, L. Good, R. Fisher, B. Becker. J. Adams, S. Thompson, A. Newcomer. Chronister. J. Floyd, F. Peilfer, M. lsenberg, S. Pisser. L. Stumm, C. Herr, C. Klinger. S. Bates. Fifth Row: NPI C. G. Ulrich, A. Risser, E. Hersliman, P. Meyers, S. Ishler, S. Loraw, D. Shank. N. Evalt, L. Lehman, D, Arndt, B. Gish. M. Warren, C. Earhart, J. Nisley, L. Patton, B. Funek, M. Meinhardt, E. Boyer, J. Steffen, P. Kelley. DIVIDED INTO TWO CLUBS this year with a combined membership of 94 members . . . packed Christmas packages for orphanages . . .attended church as a group . . . had a very impressive induction ceremony. a 7 lfLlflL0l" 5 . . . THEIR AIMS ARE HIGH THIRTV-SEVEN MEMBERS . . . sponsored Safety Campaign in grades 4 to 9 . . . went swimming throughout the year . . . had speakers from different business establishments during the year. unfor- g First Row, Left to Right: L. Hippensteel, K. Rice, G. Edmiston, R. Belser, D. Evans, J. uoodling, K. Stoner, J. Risser. D. Albright, D. Bishop. Second Row: J. Shank, E. Enck, J. Heigel, B. Tierney, F. Hershey, E. Warden, T. Evans, W. Vuxta, R. Walters, E. Bishop, R. Haldeman, R. Cunningham, J. Shearer. Third Row: L Bover, B. Cocker, R. Williams, K. Beinhauer. R. Abram, L. Heffner, P. Shelley. H. Goodling, D. Andrews, W. Gaskill, J. Wenger, H. Gordon. D. Gibble. W. Kepler. J., 64.4 . OUR BOYS' SERVICE ORGANIZATION First Row, Left to Right: J. Grimm. R. Wenger, L. Shank, E. Kessler. D. Raffensperger, J. Weaver E Shank. G. Achorn. W. Chesnutt, R. Baker, D. Griffith. Second Row: H. Knorr, T. Trimmer R. Plummer. W. Fink. B. Parrott. R. Eshelman, M, Weaver. J. Rutherford. J, Miller. R. Haines ll. Sinuvk, D. Shearer, Mr. K. Grosh. LIVE-WIRE ORGANIZATION . . . sparked by Prexy jim Miller . . . many activites . . . announced and took tickets at football games . . . sponsored many dungaree dances . . . purchased a welcome addition for school dances and parties, a real, honest-to-goodness Juke-Box . . . attended Dis- trict Convention at Reading . . . held luncheon meetings every Tuesday . . .ranked high in Penn- sylvania District . . . gave paper keys to drivers who left their keys in their cars, warning against such practices. g9l'l6!00I" pCLfl"0! . . ALWAYS ON THE JOB THE MEANS of enforcing order in the halls of Elizabethtown High School . . . continually reminding students to stay away from their lockers . . . one year's service merits a certificate and two years' serv- ice, a letter . . . captained by Ruth Barley and advised by Miss Jane Hunsecker, they are a necessary part of the school system. First Row, Left to Right: N. Schroll, I. Brubaker. R. Barley. N. Campbell. A. Frey. L. Longenecker. J, Trostle. Second Row: Miss J, Hunsecker, P, Rosensteel. J. Hoist-y. li. Brown. D. Good. B. Bryan, P. Adams. Third Row: S. Heckert. S. Hornaiius, K. Gish. S. Shiffcr. P. Seiders, M. Wright. S. Patton. 8-wg ' K I . OUR GIRLS SERVICE .YW Fu- ORGANIZATION wgg HUMEMAKE AMER' First Row, Left to Right: P. Atherton. J, Barnhart. S. Shiffer, N. Campbell. D. Olweiler. P. Weaver, A. An- drews, K. Hoffman, Second Row: Mrs. V. Rohrer, L. Berrier, A. Hilsher, J. Espenshade, V. Kauffman, A. C,H'S.B.'htlT.L. t R.H 1thG.W IB bk G.W'ttkR,B1.Th'rdR: ro , ec e, 'incas er, erce ro , eaver, . ru a er, 1 e , ar ey n ow A Hcisey, J. Drescher. M. Schwanger, M, Leicht, D. Aldinger, M. Hess, A, Hufford. J. Shank. AN ACTIVE CLUB consisting of home economcs girls . . . led by their capable president, Dorothy Olweiler . . . advised by Mrs. V. Rohrer . . enjoyed many activities . . . swimming party really turned into a party of fun . . . bowling and De Angelis all in one evening-who could ask for more? . , . snowball dance was a huge success with Dick Bainbridge's Orchestra . . . "Come-As- You-Are Party" was not only hilarious, but alsofun . . . worked hard to fill treasury by having noon-hour luncheons . . . affiliated with State and National F. H. A .... a few attended F. H. A. Conference at the Harrisburg State Farm Show. O!IAl"Ctl"g . . . BUSY LASSIES OUR LIBRARIAN, Miss Miriam Mengel. can be found busily preparing books for circula- tion . . . mending books . . . preparing overdue notices . . . library assistants willingly give their time to work in library during assigned pe- riods and after school . . . are always ready to welcome suggestions from faculty and students. Seated, Left to Right: Miss M. Mengel. S. Shiffer. L. Hoffer, B. Brown. J. Barnhart. Standing: P. Douglas, J. Landvater, S, Brown, J. Summy, M. Martin, C. Gilgore, N. Ebersole, A. Good. G. Klinger. D. Miller. LITERARY STAFF WORKED HARD to have variety in their copy . . . had their share of headaches trying to find out who was who when identifying pic- tures . . . Miss Wagner urged stragglers to get their work fin- ished . . . Helen Eshelman was the efficient literary editor. Literary Staff . . . Seated, Left to Right: A. Andrews, D. Good, J. Betz, K. Hoffman. A. Burkholder, L. Weidman, M. Mumma. Standing: J. Killian, E. Dieffenbach, N. Schroll, J. Summy, J. Barnhart, A. Hufford, B. Miller, R. Klinger, M. Shank. A. Good, J. Chapman, B. Smuck, P. Vuxta. ART STAFF STARTED early to draw line cuts for divider pages . . . Ruthie Barley kept them steppin' . . . Oh! what a job, pasting all those photographs . . . Miss Bahr was their capable adviser. BUSINESS STAFF SOLD record amount of ads and hounded everyone to be a patron . . . Miriam Rutt and Ed Seitz showed the way as co-managers . . . were reminded by Miss Bell to stick to business during fourth periods spent up town. u...i.,.,i .swf EP' in Upper Picture . . . Seated, Left to Right: M. Grubb, N. Campbell, L. Goodling, D, Messick, B. Brubaker, G. Wittek. Standing: M. Weaver, S. Hornafius, L. Longenecker. Lower Picture . . . Seated, Left to Right: M. Wright, W. Tripp, A. Grofl. R. Mummau, A. Heisey, V. Barnhart, P. Berrier. Standing: D. Royer, J. Zerphey, M. Easton, J. Brandt, J. Gohn, T, Sipling, J, Sweigart L. Gibble, R. Myers, P. Brosey, G. Hess, N. Park. D. Heisey, L. Hoffer. gEZfLAQfAdI'l ghford an c .!4lAfll1fC?I"Zf Scaled. Left to Right: E. Smith, Miss E. Bell, Miss L, Wagner, W. Chesnutt, Miss J. Bahr. Standing: E. Seitz, R. Barley, M, Rutt, H. Eshelman. EVERYONE helped to make the Elizabethan for '51, a nifty one . . . Miss Bell and the other faculty advisers worked with the staff from the beginning stages until the finished product was sent to the printers . . . all found that working on a yearbook staff turned out to be a profitable experience. .1 ' PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF . l,., X :i pe., 4. HAD THE difficult job of getting snapshots for the informal part of our I yearbook . . . Ed Smith was their capable editor . . . received their share Q i i of headaches trying to keep track of social events which would provide Q snaps. W-xv jun- Miss Ernm Bell . . . efficient adviser of the '51 Elizabethan Left to Right . . . B. Withers, T. Lighthiser, T. Harder and Bill Chesnutt, hard-working Q'???J editor-in-chief R. Wenger, D. Raffensperger, J, Zarfoss confer about pictures and copy. 0 AMIHLQ R 0I"!Ql"ff . . . FOR THE BEAR GAZETTE Firs! Row, Left to Right: J. Ehersole, A. Sweigart, T. Si lin ,T.S1't p g Ll z, S. Royer. S. Knarr, L. Gutshall. G. Weaver, J. Warden P. Roscnsteel. B. Bryan. Second Row: R. Ginder. S. Brown, S. Swisher. G. Hixson, B. Brown. P. Douglas. .l, Martin. A. Good, A. Fasnaeht. P. Adams, J. Barnhart. R. Heigel, J. Carl, J. Heiscy. Third Row: J. Frey. R. Klinger. M. Rutt. N. Schroll K. Gish. B. Floyd. J. Suinniy, P. Seiders, J. Shank, G. Klinger, C. Moose. C. Fogie, D. Eincnheiser, D, Pautz. Fourth Row: M. Weaver, J. Dougherty, T. Trimmer, K. Byers. R. Wenger, J. Rutherford, H. Knorr. D. Brian. C. Cohaugli. R. Abram. l'. Vuxta. P Shelley, V. Belser. J. Smith. CONTINUE TO PUBLISH "The Bear Gazette" with the new mimeograph machine . . . are hounds for late news . . . meet during activity period on Monday and Thursday . . . always rushing to get their copy finished . . . spend many hours after school working on their paper . . . sometimes a bother to Miss Wagner and Miss Bell, their two competent advisers. Miss Lydia Wagner. adviser of Journalism, with Kenneth Byers and Vvlma Barnharl, vo-editors, work on the dummy for the next issue of the "Bear Gazette." Douglas Bryan. Paul Vuxta, and Audrey Fasnacht efficiently turn out our school paper. The Senior Office practice class willingly Charles Coliahugli designing the help to assemble the school paper, cover lor the next issue. practicing for another inspiring concert under the direction of Miss Rosanna Brandt. 'E 'QB if f l 1' fi' The Senior Mixed Chorus. .5 X, ft . ' 9 . Q ,I I The Brass Choir . . . consisting of John Eyer, Edward Seitz, James Miller, James Bingeman, and Dale Andrews entertained us with a selection of Christmas Carols at the Christmas Concert. Rifle Club . . . Kneeling, Left to Right: Mr. Diehl, R. Plummer, T. Harder, D. Bryan. Standing: J. Weaver, L. Chapman, J. Brandt, D. Heller, C. Cobaugh, W. Heisey. MUSIC APPRECIATION . . . First Row, Left to Right: J. Chapman, D. Messick, L. Longenecker, K. Hoffman, M. Hoovcr P. Douglas, J. Martin, B. Sinniger, J. Betz. Second Row: D. Good, J. Earhart, B, Brown, H. Brandt, S. Brown, G. Wittek H. Eshelman, J. Killian, C. Moose, R. Butterbaugh, P. Seiders, M. Martin, G. Klinger, A. Burkholder. Third Row: E Heisey, D. Bryan, R. Flowers, R. Miller, D. Zook, D. Warfel, C. Baum, J. Craun, J, Eyer, L. Shank, C. Hilsher, P. Hollinger L. Weidman. C. Fogie. N. Bair. Fourth Row: D. Heller, E. Smith. M. Weaver, R. Plummer, B. Parrett, H. Knorr, J. Rutherford C. Cobaugh, L. Byers, J. Miller, G. Achorn, W. Chesnutt. J. Summy, M. Shank. M. Schwanger, S. Hornafius. M. Leicht J, Lancaster. Z ff f"""2z if-- ' If'-1+ Z' Ph sr- -4 VJUUH 8 64866 vga Our .grierwfd Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Achom Acme Market Alice and Bob Arlene and Barre Mr. and Mrs. J. Wayne Aungst Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E. Baer Miss Jane M. Bahr Mr. and Mrs. John L. Bair Mrs. Dorothy S. Baker Ken Baker Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Barnhart Dr. and Mrs. S. S. Barr Mr. and Mrs. Claude M. Basler The Beauty Box Harry Beck Miss Erma M. Bell Mr. and Mrs. Ezra O. Brubaker Mr. and Mrs. Nelson M. Brubaker Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Burkholder Mr. and Mrs. William Chapman Jane Hunsecker Jay and Dick Jean and Bob Jim and Margie Jo and Mary Ann Jon and Dot Joyce and Betty Dr. R. J . Keiper Mr. and Mrs. Russel Kelley and Bobby Kennewood Hotel Dr. H. C. Killhelier Janet E. Kipp Pearl A. Koser Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. Lancaster Rev. and Mrs. Hiram W. Lefever Mrs. Harriet Lineawever Mr. and Mrs. John B. Longenecker Mr. Francis J. Luchnick Mart and John Mary and Ray Mrs. Helen Chesnutt Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Clemens Charlie Cobaugh Mr. and Mrs. Carl Coen Dale and Shirley Dave and Don Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Deitrich Dick, Jim, and Bill Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Dieffenbach Mr. and Mrs. Norman E. Diehl and John Dolly and Clair Dolly and Harold Doris and Jean Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Douglass Ducky and Tom Mrs. Frances Duffy Rev. and Mrs. S. T. Dundore Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dupes Mr. and Mrs. John S. Easton Mr. and Mrs Allen M. Erb Mr. and Mrs. . Elmer S. Eshelman Miss Mabel S. Eshelman Maxine and Bill Miss Miriam L. Mengel Mr. and Mrs. Miller Messick Mr. and Mrs. Earl H. Miller and Family Mr. and Mrs. James Miller Miss Mabel Jane Miller Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Miller Dr. and Mrs. William Moore Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Mumma Nan, Maxine, and Giggles Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Ober Mr. and Mrs. Sobieski D. Owens Peggy, Judy, and Jimmy Park Mr. and Mrs. William J. Park Dr. and Mrs. J. Ralph Parrett Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Plummer Jere Proctor Reist Concrete Block Co. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Rohrer, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Jamie F. Rowley and Son Rev. and Mrs. Philip E. Saylor Burgess and Mrs. O. H. Schwanger and Connie Town Taxi Alma Espenshade Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Espenshade and Jessie Dr. and Mrs. Luther W. Fetter Rev. and Mrs. R. Fetter Friendly Gift Shop Dr. and Mrs. J. Hoffman Garber Art Geilselman Mr. and Mrs. Ira Gibble Gibbon's Tydol Station Gloria and Howard Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Goodhart and Carol Mr. and Mrs. Elmer F. Groff Mr. and Mrs Kenneth Grosh and Gary Helen and Mae Gross Mr. and Mrs. I. Z. Hackman Dr. and Mrs. Howard L. Haines Mr. and Mrs. R. R Harder P. W. Heisey, Motors Miss Jane Helm Anna Ruth Hess Miss Ruth Hoffer Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Lillian K. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Sis and Joe Joseph Sedule Seibert Willis E. Seiders Elwood N. Shank Walter L. Shank Dr. and Mrs. C. Stuart Smith Smitty and Hoover Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Smuck Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Thome Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Trimble and Tom Mr. and Mrs. Russell S. Trimmer Trudy's Beauty Shoppe Miss Lydia E. Wagner Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Warden Jim Weaver Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Weaver and Sons Mr. and Mrs. Lester Weidman Mr. and Mrs. Emmitt H. Wright Mrs. Ada Zerphey V' ! il. 1 K it R li ,X S tx gi, Give your new car the care it deserves by visiting your GOOD GULF DEALER regularly, and letting him give your car dependable servicing. Everything in the Gulf line. n CoMP1.1M1-:NTS or ELIZABETHTOWN BUILDING 85 SUPPLY CO. 341 W. Bainbridge Street ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. PHONE 553 General Contractors Building Supplies CoMPL1MEN'rs or KREINER'S N EWVILLE INN COMPLIMENTS OF THE MUSSER LEGHORN FARMS MT. joY, PA. BOYER'S SELF-SERVICE STORE Fresh Meats - Groceries Smoked Meats Open Friday and Saturday Evenings PHONE! ELIZABETHTOWN 484-R RHEEMS PENNSYLVANIA COMPLIMENTS OF ,..I .,,, ,ge 'E f i A ' ' P lv-S W The American Legion ,A '41 Y -Tj 4. . 'g25?,ll?:s Conewago Umt 329 al' The American Legion Auxiliary Conewago Unit 329 'A' Sons of the American Legion Conewago Squadron 329 OWN MAKE ICE CREAM for a quality treat at lower prices DRESS SHOPPE 'k 'A' On the Square LADIES' AND KIDDIES' APPAREL ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. PHONE 508-M MT- JOY, PA- GOODPRINT LETTER SHOP 24 East High Street TELEVISION SERVICE INC. ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. i' 256 South Market Street COMPLETE MAIL SERVICE ELIZABETHTOWN, PA- -'MIMEOGRAPI-IING AND MAILING" PERSONALIZED STATIONERY Phone 526 HARRISBURG 4-0707 YocuM'rowN 7-R-25 pH0NE: 139-W LONGENECKER FARM SUPPLY SAVOY SHOE COMPANY INC. Minneapolis-Moline Farm Machinery RHEEMS, PENNSYLVANIA Phone: Elizabethtown 109-J-12 Makers of Fme Shoes for Women Best Wishes LEO B. KOB SINCE 1904 I . COMPLIMENTS OF Plumbmg - Heatlng - Hardware SHOOKER'S JEWELER AUTHORIZED DEALER IN ELIZABETHTOWN FOR AUTOMATIC G. E. OIL AND GAS HEATING 24 South Market Street ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. COMPLIMENTS OF R. . Grubb 8: Brenemcln H FGRNEY ,, Complete Body CoAL and ,, Fender Repairs FEED 'k 'A' QIL CHRYSLER AND PLYMOUTH I w NEWCOMER'S HOME AND AUTO SUPPLIES Cor. Market 85 Park Sts. ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. Phone 490 LONGENECKEKS Shopat M E M A B K E T GREINER'S FOOD STORE Wholesale 85 Retail For your Frozen Foods, G ' , M d P Country Dressed Beef and Pork memes eats an roduce LOCATED ON CENTER SQUARE CN-9 Phone Elizabethtown 937-R-3 ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. Phone 267 COMPLIMENTS OF Jacbea , .xduxigarg of the FRIENDSHIP FIRE COMPANY No. 1 FARMER S' FERTILIZER WORKS Manufacturers of HIGH GRADE FERTILIZER Saw Filing - Picture Framing CI-IARLIE'S CABINET SHOP CHARLES T. BECKER, PROPRIETOR All Kinds of Wood Work and Built, Rebuilt, Repaired DONEGAL PLANT FOOD R. D. 3, ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. Phone 11 ELIZABETHTOWN, PHONE, 580,M CLEARVIEW DINER East of Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania "' PAUL MUMMA SERVING QUALITY CONFECTIONERY - SUNDRIES 24-Hour Service Try Our Delicious Chicken Dinner Our Most Sincere Congratulations Seniors on the attainment of your first goal in life. Keep pushing upward on the ladder of success 'A' ROTH'S FURNITURE STORE 206 S. Market St. ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. ELIZABETHTOWN CHRONICLE North Market Street Elizabethtown, Pa. Phone 9-R Serving Elizabethtown for 81 Years PUBLISHED FRIDAYS by J. G. Westafer and Son Carrying the Load Since 1868 Manufacturer of Wheelbarrows BUCH MANUFACTURING CO ELIZABETHTOWN PENNSYLVANIA RHEEMS GARAGE RA FFEN SPERGER 35 RISSER CARS - STUDEBAKER - TRUCKS A11iS-Chalmers Farm Machinery Elizabethtown 374 THE DRESS SHOP DAISY M. KLEIN -lr PHONE 139-M ON THE SQUARE COAL GRAIN COMPLIMENTS OF WENGER'S FEED MILL RHEEMS, PA. PHONE: ELIZABETHTOWN 175 SEEDS FEED For your 1951 Curl CoME 'ro PEGGY'S BEAUTY SALON 550 South Market Street Phone 80-J BUICK CHEVROLET ir S. F. ULBICH, INC. 505 North Market Street ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. Phone 21 Ik CHEVROLET BUICK GEORGE E. CARRIGER Paint and Body Shop COMPLIMENTS or -A' MOOSE THEATRE R1-mums: 110-J-12 HENRY L. GISE COMPLIMENTS OF ELIZABETI-ITOWN,PA. HESTECO DRESS Notary Public - Surveyor Insurance of All Kinds and - i' CO' Agent for State Capitol Savings and Loan Association of Harrisburg, Pa. Best Wishes to the Class of 1951 THE THEOBALD INDUSTRIES COMPLIMENTS OF HARRY MILLER 8: SON ir ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. COMPLIMENTS OF LEICHT'S PAINT and BODY SHOP COMPLIMENTS OF WOLGEMUTH - MARTIN BUILDING SUPPLIES 212 West High Street ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. Phone 149 Best Wishes LEEDOM 85 FINK General Contractors ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. COMPLIMENTS OF LONGENECKER,S GARAGE Phone 367 ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. Toilet Articles School Supplies LINDEMUTH CUT RATE Luncheonette and Fountain Service Hershey's Ice Cream Kodaks Sporting Goods BROUCHT,S MEAT MARKET 429 East High Street il' QUALITY MEAT S if We Deliver Phone 14-R KLEIN CHOCOLATE COMPANY FOUNDED 1913 BY WM. KLEIN, SR. Manufacturers of Lunch Bars, Grade A Bars, Fine Milk Chocolate Coatings and Cocoa Milk Chocolate Wafers, Roamers, Gliders and Spinners. 7 7 MOYER'S POTATO CHIPS Among the Best by Test WHOLESALE - RETAIL Delivery Service C. H. MOYER-R. D. 3 Phone 540-W ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. COMPLIMENTS OF THE GROFF MEAT MARKET SINCE 1875 COMPLIMENTS OF SNYDER'S GARAGE A R. D. No. 2 MT. JOY, PA. Best Wishes S. G. HERSHEY AND SON DEPARTMENT STORE 'A' South Market and Park Streets ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. BAKER'S DINING ROOM 'A' We Cater to Banquets BUD'S SHOE SHOP Complete Shoe Repairing St Rebuilding ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. R. D. No. 1 Newville Phone 401-R-12 ELIZABETHTOWN FARM EQUIPMENT CO. Surge Dairy Farm Equipment SALES 81, SERVICE Phone 194-M GINDER DRY CLEANERS AND DYERS Tailormade Clothes 12 East High Street Phone 187-W Plumbing 85 Heating iifiihiiiii SCHWANGER BROS. 85 CO. ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. Phone 309 COMPLIMENTS or MARKET BASKET LUNCHEONETTE 59 College Avenue BRANDT'S AUTO BODY SHOP When you're hungry for cookies, cakes, or bread, Body and Fender Repan-Ing call the ELIZABETHTOWN BAKERY and have them deliver temoting baked products to your door. Upholstering - Welding Sa Painting 24 HOUR SERVICE Elizabethtown 127-J 211 South Market Street COMPLIMENTS OF RAHN'S SHOE SERVICE GENERAL INSURANCE Specializing in AUTO INSURANCE ir NORMAN G. GOOD PHONE 130-J 48 East High Street MODERN STYLE SHOP 105 South Market Street ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. 'A' EVERYTHING IN LADIES' WEAR WALMER'S FOOD STORE 103 North Market Street 'A' Phone 594 COMPLIMENTS OF HERTZLER'S DAIRY COMPLIMENTS OF BAKER'S DINER NEIDEIGH'S GARAGE GENERAL AU'ro REPAIRS Tires - Battery - Oil Phone 548-J ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. TONY'S Specializing in REAL ITALIAN SPAGHETTI TEXAS HOT WEINERS-VIRGINIA BAKED HAM-ALSO BAR-B-QUES PHONE 34-J 1 DINNERS LUNCHEONS A TTEND Best Wishes to the Class Of 195 1 THE CHURCH OF YOUR CHOICE Sponsored by 'A' The Brethren in Christ Church Arch and Hanover Streets ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. PASTOR-P. W. MCBETH MYERS MACHINE SHOP North Poplar Street PHONE 164-J COMPLIMENTS OF D. S. BAUM HOMEMADE BOLOGNA SHEARER'S FURNITURE STORE DRIED BEEF A SELECT PRODUCT 'A' 35-37 South Market Street PHONE 12-W R. D. No. 'A' ELIZABETHTOWN, PA PHONE 540-J sg 1' ', , 'f . I Congrafufafiond anal Exif ilflifrlzed FOR A SUCCESSFUL FUTURE :Ria ELIZABETHTOWN LODGE No. 596 L. O. O. M. KAYLOR BROS. COMPLIMENTS OF CASE FARM EQUIPMENT RHEEMS, PA. Best Wishes to the CLASS OF '51 General Repair and Painting ik SNYDER HILL GARAGE MUSSER'S GROCERY R. D. No. 1 - Phone 326-W 103 Mt. joy Street PHONE 552 COMPLIMENTS OF THE CLASSIC SHOP Elizabethtown's Leading Women's and Chi1dren's Shop 'N C COMPLIMENTS OF S gm O . I HEIN'S BARBER SHOP 10148 fblflfelfl 0 aafieczfu 'A' COMPLIMENTS OF MARTIN'S LANCASTER SHOE CHILDRENS SHOP Y ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. Still the Best COMPLIMENTS OF KUNTZELMAN'S ICE CREAM NORMAN G- MYERS FARM MACHINERY SERVICE Manufactured by ELIZABETHTOWN CREAMERY CO. Phone 109-R-12 ELIZABETI-ITOWN, PA. RHEEMS, PA- COMPLIMENTS OF H. K. VVAGNER'S CHICKERY COMMUNITY COFFEE SHOP Beverly Twin Market Farm Machinery and Livestock Exchange 'k 'k 498 West High Street BABY CHICKS DUCKLINGS ELIZABETHTOWN' PA' TURKEY POULTS AND LIVESTOCK Phone 298-5 Phone 442-J-2 COMPLIMENTS OF RHEEMS MACHINE 85 WELDING Co THE CONTINENTAL PRESS EDUCATIONAL PUBLISHERS 'A' ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. LOS ANGELES, CALIF. ELGIN, ILL. ATLANTA, GA. DALLAS, TEXAS Manufacturers of Bale 85 Grain Elevators 85 Feed Mixers Machine Shop Service Automatic Welding D. H. MARTIN'S Men's and Boys' Clothing CoMPL1MEN'rs OF C. H. GARMAN ZEPNICK'S GROCERY STORE Welding - Ornamental Iron Fabrication Iron and Steel 'I ir ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. D. L. LANDIS INSURANCE 'Ir Phone 1 12-J ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. ELIZABETHTOWN PLANING MILL 54 Brown Street Phone No. 3 COMPLIMENTS OF ELIZABETHTOWN GABMENT COMPANY REINHOLD'S SUNOCO SERVICE A 'ro Z LUBRICATION uk 735 South Market Street ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. CARS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED COMPLIMENTS OF RUDY'S AMOCO STATION CoMPL1MEN'rs or CLASSIC HOSIERY MILL, INC. OLDS - PONTIAC - CADILLAC SALES ts SERVICE ir H. S. RISSER MOTORS can 233 COMPLIMENTS or GARBER MOTOR COMPANY ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. FORD - MERCURY FORD TRACTOR J. V. BINKLEY SEWING MACHINES "" 2a211sfa.z:e:a :rz 5 iii :" I r ig ..q.: ZIAL 111 North Market Street ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. ELIZABETHTOWN COLLEGE A Standard Co-educational College Granting A.B. and B.S. 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 in 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, PH.D. Elizabethtown, Pa. CHRISTIAN LIGHT PRESS 20 South Market Street ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. PHONE 250 Elizabethtown headquarters for Sunday School church, and other religious material. STAUFFER,S BEAUTY SALON 114 North Poplar Street PHONE 354 'k Glorifying the American Curl COMPLIMENTS OF RAY GUTSHALL,S MEN,S STORE 17 East High Street WILLIAM E. LAWTON FURNITURE Rugs - Stoves 'lr ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. Route 230, West COMPLIMENTS OF I-IORST, LICHTY 8: FREY SPORTING GOODS 'A' 161 East King Street LANCASTER, PA. Phone 2-7249 COMPLIMENTS OF LEHMAN 85 BOOK if DRY CLEANERS AND DYERS ,k PHONE 473 ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. If you want the highest quality in hardware, paints, and household appliances, there is no better place in town than ZARFOSS' HARDWARE STORE REMNANT SHOP Every Sewing Need ir 109 North Market Street ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. COMPLIMENTS OF ABERDEEN MILLS EPPLEY'S TOWN PHARMACY 'A' Cosmetics - Drugs Luncheonette Smoking Supplies 'A' On the Square ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. "We give Green Stamps" S ..WwA1m"' u NEWCOMER'S SERVICE STATION COMPLIMENTS OF LOOMCRAFT FROCKS, INC COMPLIMENTS or-' T- M' EBERSOLE-PROP JAY S. RISSER GARMENT CO For that reliable Richfield Gasoline and Richlube Motor Oil. 'vi' For top service in washing and greasing. 903 SOUTH MARKET STREET THE JAYCEE CREED WE BELIEVE . . That the Brotherhood of man transcends The sovereignty of nations: That economic justice can best be won By free men through free enterpriseg That government should be of laws Rather than of meng That earth's great treasure Lies in human personalityg And that service to humanity Is the best work of life. JUNIOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE THE ELIZABETHTOWN JOHN E. COPENHAVER WHOLESALE EGGS and POULTRY Phone E-town 351 I AUNT SALLY,S KITCHEN "Come in and sit once" in our Penna. Dutch Atmosphere 'k BANQUETS A SPECIALTY COMPLIMENTS or BEYER'S LINOLEUM STORE 558-W 222 East High Street HERALD PRINT SHOP ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. ir E. G. KUHN RECORDS FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY .E RISSER'S QUALITY FRESH MEATS - GROCERIES Frozen Foods - At Better Prices .1Ar:.a Try Our Pastries - Enjoy Our Restaurant for Fine Food 34 to 40 South Market ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. LEVI C. HERSHEY FOOD STORE For the best in service and quality For all Electrical Appliances, see: "One of The Red Rose Food Stores" J. B. FISHER if MUSIC AND APPLIANCE STORE 554 South Mafket Street PHONE 1-8 GENERAL ELECTRIC M. K. ENTERLINE DODGE 85 PLYMOUTH CARS DODGE Jgb-fqfgd TRUCKS Cherry St. Elizabethtown, Phone 425 COMPLIMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS OF S- B- BECKER KAYLOR ag GARMAN FOR EVERYTHING IN INSURANCE See THE GRIMM INSURANCE AGENCY 119 South Market Street 'k ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. I-IEISEY BROS. QUARRIES RHEEMS, PA. 'A' CRUSHED STONE ROAD CONSTRUCTION COMPLIMENTS or FRY AND ENGLE INTERIOR - PAINTERS - EXTERIOR Floor Sanding Paper Hanging Phone 496-J-2 COMPLIMENTS OF A. S. KREIDER SHOE MANUFACTURING CO. GRACE C. BLOUGH 116 South Market Street Sacony Suits, Dresses, Separates l i2"jf7'?f "It's a wonderful buy!" V 1 e ff. BIKES BATTERIES Retreading and Vulcanizing 'A' LEAMAN'S TIRE SERVICE 205 E. Main St., Mt. Joy, Pa. 233 S. Market St. ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. Good's Meat Market On the Square ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. CLEARVIEW ES SO SERVICE Washing - Lubrication - Tires - Batteries Accesso 'es 2 Miles East of Elizabethtown, Pa. PHONE l7l-R-13 Box No. 91 DAVID H. BOWERS, Prop W. T. GRANT CO. 48 South Market Street ll-lf '--....,,,,,,,I F. H. KELLER'S SONS ir QUALITY GROCERIES ik PHONE 84-M 204 South Market Street ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. Hinfera of 11.7441 6AzaAefAan. H KYLE PRINTING COMPANY LETTERPRESS AND OFFSET -Ar we -A' Sales Literature - Catalogs Letter Heads - Envelopes - Office Forms ar -Af ak Dial 7588 140 SOUTH GEORGE STREET YORK, PA. ,, ....... ..- . v,..-, ....- L.,......-...-1 M. JOSEPH F. GINGRICH, INC QR - ' - I REAL ESTATE INSURANCE ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. TYPEWRITERS Adding Machines Cash Registers Furniture of Character at Reasonable Prices Check Writers 'k MILTON F. EBERLY Phone 540'R - Route 3 3, lj 411 East High Street ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. I PHONE 14-J il HITZ GROCERY Corner N. Hanover and E. Willow Streets FULL LINE OF Groceries - Lunch Meats - Ice Cream Soft Drinks - Candy - Pastries - Frozen Foods PHONE 443-R FREE DELIVERY COMPLIMENTS OF SEITZ TAXI Phone415-R Best Wishes from ELIZABETHTOWN SENIOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE DOT'S BEAUTY SHOPPE for Discriminating Women 'A' 44 West High Street ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. PHONE 92 4 Our Best Wishes to the Class of '51 D.l.Dl.'J.kJ.lI' D DJ. UIJIKJ xx. ELIZABETHTOWN "The Modern Studio with Years of Experience" Shop and Meet Your Friends at the Friendly BEN ITJAZTKSLIN STORE J- L- M E C K L E Y n e quare ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. Phone 508-J IC E L A N D INCORPORATED AUTOMATIC HEATING VENTILATING - PLUMBING DISTRIBUTOR FOR The Amazing Winkler Low Pressure Oil Burner SEE IT BURN ALL GRADES OF OIL Winkler Stokers - Losch Boilers 233 South Market Street ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. Phone 414 THE ORIGINAL ancazi fer Counfy arm iner ALWAYS KNOWN FOR DELICIOUS MEALS Prepared with Good Old Lancaster County Dutch Cooking and Served by Experienced and Courteous Waitresses OPERATED BY L. R. MUMMAU, PROP. Best Wishes to Class of '5 1 Mncenf ancl mary Zrlakey HOTEL VIN-MAR In a World seething with undercurrents of hate and prejudice . . . . . . it is good to see a helping hand being extended to one less fortunate . . . GLENN N. GAINER Photographer of the 1951 ELIZABETHAN ELIZABETHTOWN CENTRE SQUARE Tel. 34-R Best Wishes from CENTRAL REXALL DRUGS Rexall Drugs 45 South Market Street Operating the SKY GRILL Modern Refreshment Spot 'k COMPLETE DRUG SERVICE COMPLIMENTS OF JOSEPH GREENBURG COMPLIMENTS OF REEMY'S SHOP la! o Jael fo flue Cfaaa 0 7957 MUMPER'S DAIRY ELIZABETHTOWN PENNSYLVANIA COMPLIMENTS OF MIKE'S BARBER SHOP F IKE 'S 'A' FRUITS AND VEGETABLES SEA FOODS FROSTED FOODS ir On the Square Phone 288 ELIZABETHTOWN, PA Fruit Baskets Our Specialty BOB'S FLOWER SHOP 'A Message Said with Flowers is Well Said Bonded Members Telegraph Delivery Service Specializing in Artistic Arrangements and Funeral Designs 9 West High Street Phone 532-J or 532-M all hours COMPLIMENTS OF Western Auto Associate Store 31 South Market Street ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. U HAMILTON JEWELRY STORE Watches - Clocks jewelry 'k No. 9 Center Square ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. ,1- 5 .x.... . ,, .. - W--14' ,. 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