Elizabethtown Area High School - Elizabethan Yearbook (Elizabethtown, PA)
- Class of 1952
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WE, THE CLASS OF 1952, proudly dedicate this edition of the Eliza-
bethan to Mr. Alton H. Eppler .... Mr. Eppler has been our faithful
and untiring adviser throughout our school career .... He has guided
us with sympathetic understanding and helped us in our Work with
unparalleled enthusiasm .... In this Way we wish to extend to Mr.
Eppler our appreciation for all he has done for us.
Mr. Epplcr . . . cheerfully performing one of his many duties Mr. Eppler . . . carefully adjusts a slide in the microscope
as class adviser-sclling candy at noontime. before his next class.
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This way, folks. Step right up and
get your tickets for the greatest
show on earth. Hurry! Hurry! Hurry!
Right this way. Don't miss a second
of it, folks. See all the sports and
activities! It has taken both time
and money to bring the feature act
before the eyes of the public. So
you don't want to miss a second
of it. . . Hurry! . . Hurry! . . Hurry! . .
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Opening Pages .......... . . 2
Administration and Faculty ..., , 8
Seniors of 1952... ... ... 20
Underclasses . . . . . 52
Athletics . . .
Music . . .
Even as courf sessions musf have capable iudges
fo guide fhem fo a iusf verdicf, so every insfifufion
musf have as ifs head leaders fo sfeer ifs course
unfalferingly. We af Elizabefhfown are proud fo
presenf our alerf adminisfrafion.
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DR. TROY M. THOMPSON
MR. WILBUR E. WEAVER
Our School Board discussing some of
their many problems concerning
the welfare ol' the students,
zndministrution. and community.
Seutmd left to iight are
Dr. Troy M. Thompson
Mr. Jay Risser
lVIl'. G. Reed Alexander
Mr. Paul M. Grubb
Mr, Wilbur Weaver
. . SILENT PARTNERS
A VOTE OF THANKS to our energetic
school board .... This responsible group
of men, working as a team, puts much
effort and personal interest into our
schools .... Its agenda include providing
for the school's many Hnancial needs,
choosing capable teachers, maintaining
and repairing buildings, and offering vari-
ous courses of study .... It is this which
provides the foundation for our successful
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v'ce'P"e5'denf President MR. PAUL M. GRUBB
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experienced school board secretary, was elected
to the board in 1926, faithfully serving as secre-
tary for a period of twenty-two years.
His employment year after year has caused
him to grow in value to the school board and to
the people in the school district and deserves
much credit for his record.
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HIGH SCHOOL PRINCIPAL
OUR ABLE PRINCIPAL with six years
of service at E. H. S. under his belt
. . . enjoys playing golf Chis score is
in the low 90'sJ . . . pet peeve is peo-
ple who are late . . . heard saying,
"Honest to goodness" or "Gol1y Ned!"
. . . summers spent as playground
supervisor . . . enjoys shoveling snow
from brick walks . . . not much spare
time as he is always busy attending
to school activities.
ready to tee off
for another low 70.
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OUR CAPABLE SUPERVISOR who
has enjoyed thirty-two years of
Work at E. H. S .... usually absent
the first two days of trout season
. . . enjoys all kinds of music as long
as it's "not too jazzy" . . . excellent
choir director .... "You don't mean
it." . . . His grandsons, Butch and
Tommy, take all his spare time.
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his energy by raking leaves
at his new home
MISS MIRIAM L. MENGEL
A B., Lebanon Valley, Akron University
M.A., New York University, Drexel Institute
Competent foreign language teacher . . .
also our efiicxent librarian .... Capable
director of Junior Class Play and adviser
of the library staff .... Spends her spare
time growing and arranging flowers ..i.
Miss Mengel is also an excellent pianist.
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MRS. VIRGINIA B. ROHRER
BS., Indiana Teachers College
Efficient home economics teacher . . . very
active in both school and civic affairs . . . reigns
supreme over Room 3 . . . keeps her classes and
the F. H. A. girls busy with their projects . . .
prim and proper . . . expert adviser on all
phases of social etiquette.
MR. NORMAN E. DIEHL
B.S., Elizabethtown College
NLS., University of Pennsylvania
Tall and distinguished .... Capable
faculty manager of athletics ....
Liked by all .... Pet peeve, careless
work .... Wears nice clothes and. oh
those ties! . . . In his spare time can
be found in his garden.
MISS MABEL JANE MILLER
A.B., Lebanon Valley College
Teaches seventh and eighth grade students
English .... Capable adviser of Junior Tri-
Hi-Y and Freshman Tri-Hi-Y .... Reigns
over Homeroom C . . . active in church
affairs . . . tall and slim . . . likes to travel.
MR. WILLIAM BARNHART
B.S., West Chester State Teachers College
Physical education instructor, health
teacher, and basketball coach . . . takes
a great interest in all sports . . . reigns
in Homeroom 21 . . . pleasant person-
ality . . . one of faculty "hot-shots"
who beat our JV's.
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MR. ALTON H. EPPLER iw
B.S., Kutztown State Teachers College W0
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Teaches biology and general sci-
ence . . . efficient assistant football "" lm gf
and baseball coach . . . excellent
Senior Class adviser . . . favorite
class - Seniors Cnaturallyj . . .
guardian of Homeroom 28 . . .
completely dislikes people who
chew gum in classrooms . . . "Poet
of the Piano."
MISS ERMA M. BELL
B.S., Elizabethtown College
M.Ed,, Temple Un'versity
Teaches typing, shorthand, office
practice . . . untiring and unex-
celled adviser of the Elizabethan
. . . glad that the seniors are finally
growing up . . . pet peeve-horse
laughing . . . excels in photography
work and sports.
MR. WILLIS E. SEIDERS
West Chester Teachers College
A.B., University nf Pennsylvania
English instructor of junior and
senior classes , , . congenial . . .
speaks with authority on all liter-
ary subjects . . . well respected. . . .
Mr. Sciders has traveled exten-
sively .... His study halls are so
quiet .... Spends his spare time
making a scrapbook of literary
and historical clippings.
MR. CHARLES E. GOODHART
A.B., Millersville State Teachers College
Teaches shop, blueprint reading, and me-
chanical drawing . . . knows what hels
talking about . . . supervises the setting-up
of stage for the junior and senior class
plays . . . a good sport . . . doesn't mind
helping get rid of food that just happens
to be around . . . "That will be three
whacks or ten hours extra shop work" . . .
commutes to school in a little blue Crosley.
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MISS JANE M. BAHR
B.S., Kutztown State Teachers College
An eiiicient art teacher . . . always has
some new ideas to pass along . . . takes
pride in giving the art room a new look
. . . Pet peeve: cleaning up after art
clags . . . skillful art adviser on yearbook
MISS JANE HUNSECKER
B.S., West Chester
Pennsylvania State College
Progressive adviser of Class of '53
. . . dynamic personality. . . .
Coached our hockey team to its
second straight championship ..,.
Spends spare time keeping her '35
Olds running .... Seemed to enjoy
her summer vacation? . . . Pet peeve.
Hoineroom .... Likes all her classes.
. . . Looking lorward to another
victorious hockey season.
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MR. JOSEPH SEDULE
B.S., Penn State
Guides that rough, tough junior high foot-
ball team .... "Read that and ask me a
question." . . . Keeps the baseball team
Ha-hittin' l' . . . a solid cheer for Penn State.
. . . Keeps those chemistry and physics stu-
dents on their toes.
MR. KENNETH GROSH
A.B., Elizabethtown Coll:-ge
M.S., University of Pennsylvania
Hard-working guidance counselor ....
Did you have your interview? Slavcd
away directing the Senior Class Play.
. . . "Anyone going up my way this
noon?" . . . Pet peeve: Oh. those
calories ..,. Looks for signs of matur-
ity in all seniors .... Friend of all.
MRS. ANNETTE M. BASLER
A.B., College Miserirordia
Teaches history to Junior High
students .... Adviser of Senior
and Sophomore Tri-Hi-Y . . .
idol of all girls . . . likes the co-
operation and willingness of sen-
iors . . , enjoys dancing, ice skat-
ing. hockey, and working in hus-
band's dental office.
MR. NOAH KLAUSS
Harrisburg Conservatory of Music
Hard-working instrumental supervisor ol'
our school . . . Junior and Senior Orches-
tras. and Girls' String Ensemble . . . friendly
to all . . . likes the excellent cooperation of
seniors in his practices, but not their tardi-
ness . . . Pet peeve: noise . . . spends his
spare time in composing music and art.
MR. WAYNE B. BLOUCH
A.B.. Elizabethtown College
Loves those wide open spaces . . . hates
crooked politicians . . . keeps classes well
versed on current events . . . thinks
students should grow up sooner . . . a
big help to the seniors in their essay
"Unite for Freedom" . . . an authority in
MR. ROBERT J. TRIMBLE
A.B., Elizabethtown College
University of Pennsylvania
Guides the freshmen and sophomores
through Pennsylvania history, civics.
and American history . . . enjoys all
classes . . . capable director of Hi-Y
group . . , coaches J. V. Basketball
team . . . thinks the seniors are tops
. . . dislikes gossips . . . a friend of all
the students . . . always joking . . .
seldom seen but always heard at all
football games . . . hobbies are read-
ing, photography, and boxing Las a
MISS MAY DULEBOHN
A.B.. Millersville State Teachers College
Unsurpasscd in teaching algebra, plane
geometry, and trigonometry . . . strict dis-
eiplinarian . , . dislikes noisy homerooms
and students who crack their gum in the
classroom . . . keeps good order in Room
27 . . . respected by all.
MR. FRANCIS J. LUCHNICK
B.S., Bloomsburg State Teachers College
Head football coach . . . teaches com-
mercial subjects . . . possesses a large
vocabulary . . . mathematically in-
clined . . . keeps order in Homeroom
2 . . . "Deposit gum in waste-basket"
. . . follower of all sports . . . a friend
and favorite of all.
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MISS ROSANNA M. BRANDT
BS. in Public School Nlusir, Lebanon
Pennsylvania State College
Capable supervisor of vocal music in
grades and high school . . . excellent
voice . . . commutes to and from school
in a green Plymouth . . . enjoys re-
hearsing with her choruses . . . spends
her spare time reading and sewing . . .
attends all musical affairs.
MR. MELVIN R. WARDEN
B.S., Shippensburg State Teachers College
Mathematics instructor . . . rules ninth
grade Homeroom A with a firm hand
good card player . . . pet peeves are dirty
classrooms and students who display poor
common courtesy . . . enjoys sports, read-
ing, and movies . . . gets along with every-
MISS LYDIA E. WAGNER
A.B., Elizabethtown College
Teaches ninth and tenth grade Eng-
lish . . . adviser of Journalism Club,
The Bear Gazette, and Literary Staff
. . . "Do you have your write-ups
in?" . . . likes people who are full of
pep and initiative and who really
accept responsibility . . . friend of
all, smile for everyone.
Mr. Martin W. Barley
Efiicient janitor who keeps things
neat . . . little man who's always there with
the locker combination . . . cheerful smile
Dr, C. Stuart Smith . . . faithful rooter of all E. H. S. sports . . .
Our etiicicnt school doctor . . . makes fminler football player ' ' ' dependable at
check-ups of all students in the odd-numbered
grades , . kt-cps everyone in tip-top physical
condition, Mr. Abram Snyder
Mr. Barley's side kick . . . celebrating second
year as E. H. S, janitor . . . keeps things neat
and trim . . . drives a "Chevy" to and from
Mrs. Dorothy Baker
Our faithful school nurse . . . assists Dr. Smith
while giving physical check-ups . . . can be
l'-inncl helping E. H. S. hand members prepare
"or trips or taking! stricken students home . . .
rcntlcrs a rcal service to all.
Miss "5ophistication" Bahr . . . Miss Hess and Miss Brandt
"I say. whats the current v0gue?" dunking for apples at a Hallowe'eI1 Party.
Miss Anna Ruth Hess
Excellent school secretary
. . . thoroughly enjoys us-
ing school's new clcclric
typewriter . . . attends to
tarcly slips. attcndancc
records, and ahsentec slips
. . . assisted hy senior
There's nothing like hav-
ing an extra gallon ot' gas
around. lt comes in handy
sometimes, doesn't it, Miss
Mrs, Bnslvi' is stzirllvcl when
Mr, Biirnhzirt catches hui'
saying "No," whilv Couch
Luchnick looks likc il chann-
pion collcctoi' of "No's."
Miss Miller, Mrs. Bzislvr.
Miss Barnes. and Miss Hess
lincl thc corn cxcvptionally
Mrs. Bzislcr, Miss Barnes,
and Miss Buhi' fincl the on-
lvrlziiinnont, all thv fzicilliy
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Miss Mongvl. oin' now ais-
IVI11 Klziuss proves hv's just
El hillbilly :ll hczirt.
Miss Juno Sinith, County
Psychologist, lectures :it thu
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sunny to MV. Trimble und
M11 Epploi' trivs to pick up
ai few good points while
watching Cozichcs Luchnick
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Mr. Diohl enjoys his steamed
The Iasl' mile home having been fraveled, fhis year
means fhe end of many years of hard sfudy fo
lhe Seniors of E. H. S. High School exams have
been faken for fhe lasf 'l'ime and fhey go forward
info fhe fufure, willing and ready fo accepf 'lheir
responsibilifies in life, confidenl' of fheir success.
The brilliant mind and nimble fingers of
turning out the words and music of our class song
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Hail to theeg oh Alma Mater, In our hearts are all our memoirs
Hail to thee, oh white and blueg Of our high school, tried and trueg
We will stand by you at all times Will remain with us at all times
We, the Class of Fifty-two. Fond memories of you.
J. Summy and M. Weaver respectively, hard at woik
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ness :luring Bob's absence . . . remained with Bob-our president for our junior and senior years J
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Treasurer . . . Michael Weaver Secretary . . . Audrey Fasnacht
Kept after us to renjind us of our unpaid dues . . . Our able and cheerful secretary forthe lust
a new wheel in the l1st of class officers . . . takes care two years . . . records the minutes of our
of all Financial problems that might arise. class meeiings.
PATRICIA G. ADAMS
221 North Market street
Sophomore Mixed Chorus 2: Indoor Patrol 3, 4: Journalism Club 2. 3. 43
Treasurer 43 Yearbook Staff 43 Girls' Chorus 3, 4: Senior Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 43
Junior Tri-Hi-Y 1.
Pretty eyes . . . loads of fun . . . collects popular discs in her spare
time . . . "You don't say" . . . jay Bird . . . Half owner of a big red
Buick . . . Goodie's and Susie's constant companion . . . Mrs. Rohrer's
faithful and tireless secretary.
STELLA M. ALLEMAN
. 310 North Hanover Street
Yearbook Staff 4.
Hails from Donegal . . . quiet . . . pleasant and friendly . . . pretty wavy
hair . . . tall . . . efficient clerk in Ben Franklin Store . . . aims to be
a top-notch secretary . . . Good luck! We know you'll succeed.
THELMA R. ALLEMAN
310 North Hanover Street
Yearbook Staff 4.
The blonde half of the family . . . always reading . . . very friendly
. . . "Oh heck" . . . assumes a quiet manner around school . . . can
really talk a tin ear on you! . . . aspires to be an oflice worker in a
ROBERT C. BAKER
"BOB" College Preparatory
Basketball 1, 31 Senior Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Junior Hi-Y 13 Key Club 2, 3, 45
Treasurer 4: Yearbook Staff 4.
The great cynic . . . likes sports of any size, shape, or form . . . Oh!
the mischief in his eyes . . . really gives Mr. Sedule gray hairs . . .
"That's the way it goes" . . . wants to be a weather man.
JANET ERLENE BARNHART
35 West High Street
"JAN" Home Economics
Sophomore Mixed Chorus 23 F. H. A. 2, 3, 4: Scribe 3: Junior Play
Make-Up Committeeg Journalism 2. 3. 43 Exchange Editor 3: Yearbook
Staff 3, 43 Girls' Chorus 3. 4: Senior Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4.
Can be found in the Ben Franklin Store after school . . . faithful home
ec. student . . . active in F. H. A .... "Gee-Z-Boom" . . . enjoys writing
letters . . . to whom? . . . has Hillbilly fever . . . thinks the Masonic
Homes is very worthwhile . . . would like to be a home ec. teacher,
but will probably be a farmer's wife.
CLAIR G. BAUM
Route 3, Elizabethtown
Football 2, 4: Baseball 1, 2, 3: Sophomore Mixed Chorus 2: Boys' Chorus
3, 4: Senior Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Music Appreciation Club 3. 4.
Raises 50 pigs in his spare time . . . proud of the fact that he replaced
Broucht as guard . . . appreciates music . . . "Yep" . . . has a fine col-
lection of horses . . . enjoys being with Dolly . . . will succeed as a
SHIRLEY A. BECHTEL
"BECKY" Vocational Home Economics
Cheerleading 2, 3. 4: Captain 4: Sophomore Mixed Chorus: Senior Mixed
Chorus 4: Girls' Chorus 3: F. H. A. 2, 3, 4: President 4: Senior Play:
Journalism Club 3: Yearbook Staff 4: Senior Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Junior
Invader from Rheems . . . popular and attractive . . . peppy captain of
the cheerleaders . . . pretty hair . . . stunningly attired . . . football is
her first love . . . heard saying, "Where is Grace?" . . . always looking
for a ride home.
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DONALD R. BRADLEY
Route 3, Elizabethtown
"BUCK" College Preparatory
Senior Hi-Y 2, 3, 4.
Drives a '38 black Ford coupe . . . dark complexioned . . . quiet, but
tricky . . . likes ice cream . . . out-of-school hours spent working at a
garment factory . . . pals around with Charlie . . . main ambition is to
sleep after he gets out of school.
B. l-IARRIET BRANDT
Route 3, Elizabethtown
"BERT" College Preparatory
Band 2, 3, 4: Sophomore Mixed Chorus 2: Senior Mixed Chorus 3, 4:
Indoor Patrol 4: Music Appreciation 2, 3: Yearbook Staff 4: Senior
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4.
The gift for gab . . . an all-around good sport . . . pals around with Sue
and the gang . . . "You know it!" . . . hates some of her nicknames,
namely: "Bertha" . . . has all the latest platters , . . vulnerable to men
. . . aims to travel.
WALTER PAUL BRANDT
211 South Market Street
"WALTER" College Preparatory
Rifle Club 2.
Robin Hood of Senior Class . . . likes to hunt big game Crabbitsl with
his bow . . . always winning some "shoot" . . . hates those new-fangled
gun hunters but belongs to Rifle Club . . . "Ain't that a blow" . . . helps
his dad fix drivers' mistakes.
ROBERT J. BROUCHT
429 East High Street
Football 1, 2, 3, 41 Baseball 1, 21 Senior Mixed Chorus 4: Boys' Chorus 45
Senior Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Junior Hi-'Y 1: Class President 3, 4.
Handsome . . . pleasing personality . . . excels in football . . . on all-
county squad three years . . . capable class and Hi-Y president . . .
works in his dad's butcher shop . . . "Believe that" . . . likes to have
a good time KWhat do you mean, Bob?D . . . enjoys psychology . . .
bound for the Marines . . . we know he'll be a big success.
BEVERLY .l. BROWN
336 EM! High Street
"BEV" College Preparatory
Hockey 2, 4: Sophomore Mixed Chorus 2, Senior Mixed Chorus 3. 4:
Indoor Patrol 3, 45 Library Staff l, 2, 31 President 33 Music Appreciation
2, 3, 4: Junior Playp Journalism Club 2, 3, 43 Assistant Editor 31 Yearbook
Staff 3, 43 Senior Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4.
Pretty blonde . . . sedulous homeroom secretary in taking attendance
. . . Miss Bahr's disciple . . . her pride is her super record collection . . .
that's right, she said "Gee-Zee-Bee" . . . career is undecided fqualitied
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BEATRICE E. BRYAN
Sophomore Mixed Chorus 23 Senior Mixed Chorus 43 Indoor Patrol 3, 4:
Yearbook Staff 45 Girls' Chorus 3, 45 Senior Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Secretary 41
Junior Tri-Hi-Y l.
Short and sweet . . . pretty dimples . . . an amiable disposition . . . cute
. . . loses money on dates . . . an expert typist . . . conscientious accom-
panist for Girls' Chorus . . . spends her spare time writing letters
to ? ? ? . . . all adds up to one grand gal.
WILLIAM DOUGLAS BRYAN
"DOUG" College Preparatory
Football 1, 2g Sophomore Mixed Chorus 21 Senior Mixed Chorus 3, 4:
Boys' Chorus 3, 43 Senior Hi-Y 2. 3, 43 Junior Hi-Y 13 Rifle Club 2, 3, Music
Appreciation Club 2, 33 Yearbook Staff 43 Football Manager 33 Baseball
Manager 2, 4: Basketball Manager 1. 2.
Hear any noise? That's Doug . . . can usually be heard asking, "Working
hard?" . . . has a friendly greeting for everyone . . . makes singing his
hobby . . . loathes sloppy dressers . . . could eat gobs of lima beans . . .
ambition is to join the Marines . . . we know you'll make it, Doug . . .
CHARLES M. COBAUGH
Route 1, Elizabethtown
"CHARLIE" College Preparatory
Football 1, 2: Sophomore Mixed Chorus 2: Senior Mixed Chorus 3, 4:
Boys' Chorus 2, 3, 43 Rifle Club 2, 33 Music Appreciation Club 3, 4,
Journalism Club 2, 3, 4: Yearbook Staff 4.
"Hurry up" . . . Charlie and Buck are an almost inseparable pair . . .
hates to do homework . . . one of the few blond boys of 12-1 . . . likes
to draw . . . maybe that's why he's so good at it . . . plans to make a
career of it by being a commercial artist . . . keep working, Charlie,
you're doing well.
JAMES E. CRAUN
Route 2, Mount Joy
"JIM CROW" College Preparatory
Sophomore Mixed Chorus 25 Senior Mixed Chorus 3, 45 Boys' Chorus
2, 3, 43 Music Appreciation Club 3, 4.
Sleeps in classes . . . wants to fly a jet . . . likes cokes . . . "Holy Cadil-
lacs" . . . hates studying until 1 or 2 in the morning . . . Joe, the
Motorist's Friend . . . The big decision was removal of the handle bars.
PHYLLIS A. DOUGLAS
350 East High Street
"PHYl." College Preparatory
Hockey 1, 2, 3, 45 Sophomore Mixed Chorus 25 Senior Mixed Chorus 3, 45
Library 1, 2, 35 Music Appreciation 3, 45 Junior Play 35 Senior Play 45
Journalism 2, 3, 45 Yearbook Staff 45 Senior Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Junior
Short and charming . . . pretty blue eyes . . . seen tearing around in a
Model A Ford . . . noted for her seventh grade parties . . . holds a big
interest in Elizabethtown College . . . Kathryn Cornell of the senior
class . . . aims to be a nurse.
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JANET B. EARHART
Route 2, Elizabethtown
"JANET" College Preparatory
Band 1, 2: Senior Orchestra 3, 45 Sophomore Mixed Chorus 25 Senior
Mixed Chorus 3. 45 Music Appreciation Club 2, 3, 45 Senior Tri-Hi-Y
2, 3, 43 President 4.
Talkative . . . competent president of Tri-Hi-Y . . . "beautiful brown
eyes" . . . E-town's attendant to Mount joy's Corn Queen . . . nimble
lingers on the keyboard-piano or typewriter . . . keeps slumber parties
alive . . . "You know it." . . . drives a big red car.
HELEN M. EBERLY
Route 3, Elizabethtown
Band 2, 3, 45 Sophomore Mixed Chorus 25 Senior Mixed Chorus 45 Music
Appreciation Club 25 Yearbook Staff 45 Girls' Chorus 35 Senior Tri-Hi-Y
2, 3, 4.
One of the faithful First Aiders in the band . . . Sews like magic . . .
pretty hair . . . always helping someone . . . Manheim still holds her
main interest . . . "No kidding" . . . will be a wonderful housewife.
RICHARD S. EMENHEISER
249 West Bainbridge Street
Sophomore Chorus 25 Senior Mixed Chorus 3, 45 Boys' Chorus 3, 45
Senior Hi-Y 3, 45 Music Appreciation Club 35 Boys' Quartet 4.
Slow-poke . . . spends time at Howard j'ohnson's, although he doesn't
work there . . . has a passion for food, any kind . . . favorite pastime-
anything that doesn't pertain to school . . . sparkling blue eyes . . .
usually cowboys around in a green Ford . . . "Do you care" . . . pet
peeve: women drivers . . . Ambition-to wear the Navy blue.
RALPH I. ESHELMAN
234 Orange Street
"ESH" College Preparatory
Football 1, 2, 3, 41 Basketball 1, Senior Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Junior Hi-Y I5
Key Club 2, 3, 4.
Typical case of being seen but mostly heard . . . clowning around-his
favorite pastime . . . working C???D boy at the Acme . . . Oh! that
perpetual grin . . . rugged and wide-awake guard on the gridiron . . .
is looking forward to being an accountant.
JANET I.. ESPENSHADE
132 North Locust Street
"ESSlE" Home Economics
Cheerleading 1, 2, 35 F. H. A. 2, 3, 4: Journalism Club 25 Girls' Chorus 3, 41
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Junior Tri-Hi-Y 1.
just loves to eat pie a la mode . . . big moment: waiting on jersey Joe
at Howard Johnson's . . . hates to get up in the morning . . . nicest
friend to have . . . plans to serve her country as a woman Marine . . .
JOAN M. FARVER
"JOAN" Home Economics
Bainbridge: Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 35 Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 35 Senior Play.
Elizabethtown: F. H. A. 4: Senior Tri-Hi-Y 4.
A definite asset to our class . . . hails from Bainbriige . . . quiet . . .
really tops in all classes . . . have your chemistry iinished, joan? . .
enjoys playing the piano . . . "Cripes" . . . "Do I like ice cream?" .
Joan will make a model housewife.
AUDREY A. FASNACHT
139 West High Street
Sophomore Mixed Chorus 25 Senior Mixed Chorus 45 Indoor Patrol 45
Music Appreciation Club 45 Junior Playg Journalism Club 2, 3, 45
Secretary 45 Class Secretary 3, 45 Yearbook Staff 45 Girls' Chorus 35
Senior Play, Senior Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Junior Tri-Hi-Y 1.
A very adept class secretary . . . pretty auburn hair . . . always laughing
. . . friendly . . . cute . . . slim . . . always eating, but never gains a
pound . . . interests range from Bob to Hanover . . . plans to be a
part-owner of a Belair Chevy . . . plays a mean piano.
WILBUR .I. FINK
258 South Spruce Street
Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Senior Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Junior Hi-Y 15 Junior Play:
Class Treasurer 3.
Quiet, athletic type . . . played a sure and steady game as end in
football . . . well-groomed . . . doesn't like people tramping on his shoes
. . . rolled in the dough at Barto's . . . master of the ivories.
BETTY J. FLOYD
Sophomore Mixed Chorus 23 Journalism Club 2, 3, 43 Yearbook Staff 43
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 2. 3, 4.
Talkative brunette . . . good student in shorthand . . . alert clerk in
Paxson's Cut Rate . . . pet peeve is people ordering banana splits at
closing time . . . "You know it" . . . hopes to own a drug store.
ELIZABETH JEAN FRAZIER
"LIZ" College Preparatory
Sophomore Mixed Chorus 23 Senior Mixed Chorus 3, 43 Senior
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Junior Tri-Hi-Y 1.
Beautiful black hair . . . friendly . . . dislikes walking in the rain . . .
"F or the love of Pete" . . . likes crabs-the digestible type . . . enjoys
reading . . . prefers nature's own color-green . . .
pines for Philly.
loves to talk . . .
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Bainbridge: Senior Play: Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3.
Elizabethtown: Senior Mixed Chorus 4.
Quiet, until you know her . . . pretty, strawberry blonde hair . . . likes
to play the piano . . . another hamburger fiend . . . "Holy Cow" . . .
collects candles of any size, shape, or form . . . destined to be a nurse.
LARRY N. GARNS
334 Orange Street
"LORRY" College Preparatory
Where'd you get that nickname? . . . full of fun . . . pals around with
Grimmie and Esh . . , collects sports photos . . . struggles through
French . . . holds down a spot on Market Street CKing'sD . . . likes his
seafood . . . ambition: store manager.
KATHRYN J. GISH
330 South Market Street
"KITTY" College Preparatory
Hockey 1, 23 Band 1, 2. 3. 4: Sophomore Mixed Chorus 23 Senior Mixed
Chorus 3. 43 Indoor Patrol 2, 3, 43 Music Appreciation Club 43 Junior
Play: Senior Playl Journalism Club 2, 3, 43 Yearbook Staff 43 Senior
Tri-Hi-Y 2. 3, 43 Junior Tri-Hi-Y 1.
Attractive brunette . . . efficient captain of Indoor Patrol . . . Nancy's
constant companion . . . the first in a line of sisters . . . vivi:l wardrobe
. . . well liked by all . . . "You know it" . . . a good "trump" in the band
. . . cheerful clerk at Grant's . . . aims to go to college.
ROBERT E. GISH
Route 1, Elizabethtown
"GlSHY" College Preparatory
Sophomore Mixed Chorus.
Teachers discard answer books when Gishy appears . . , plays mean
guitar . . . likes to read . . . remember the incident with R.F.C.? . . .
"Oh heck" . . . proven native son by winning Pennsylvania Week con-
test . . . ambition: civil engineer.
AUDRA J. GOOD
36 North Poplar Street
"GOODlE" College Preparatory
Library Staff 33 Junior Playg Journalism Club 2, 3, 45 Yearbook Staff 3, 43
Girls' Chorus 3, 4: Senior Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4.
Spark plug of every class . . , pals around with Pat . . . crack that gum!
. . . Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde personality . . . driver C???J of a blue
coupe . . . likes spaghetti . . . dislikes pessimists . . . admirer of Patton
. . . hopes to be a nurse.
DEAN N. GRIMM
Route 1, Elizabethtown
Tall . . . devoted stamp collector . . . hates to be delayed by a late
school bus . . . discards paper and pencil for hammer and saw over
weekends . . . French fry fanatic . . . wants to further his musical
career on the electric guitar.
JOHN R. GRIMM
917 Sbtlfll Spruce Street
"GRlMMlE" College Preparatory
Sophomore Mixed Chorus 21 Senior Mixed Chorus 43 Senior Hi-Y 2, 3, 43
Key Club 2, 3, 45 Journalism Club 25 Boys' Chorus 4.
An Acme Super-Market man . . . stamp collector extraordinaire . . .
sleepy head ion Sundaysl . . . often overheard saying, "Hey, Garns,
read your French?" . . . it seems that he is an anti-Navy man . . .
college bound-will probably help his dad collect premiums.
MARY E. GRUBB
307 College Avenue
"GRUBB" College Preparatory
Hockey 1. 2, 3, 43 Captain 43 Band 1, 2, 3, 41 Sophomore Mixed Chorus 2,
Senior Mixed Chorus 3, 43 Junior Playg Yearbook Staff 2, 3, 43 Junior
Tri-Hi-Y 1, President: Senior Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Senior Play.
Attractive . . . neat clothes . . . "Wow!!" . . , more hockey bruises . . .
they call her Seabiscuit . . . just loves crew cuts . . . tried to burn up
chemistry lab . . . quite an equestrian . . . excellent artist . . . ambition,
art illustrator . . , Tops!!!
DORIS J. GUTSHALL
Route 1, Bainbridge
"RED" Home Economics
Bainbridge: Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 35 Senior Play: Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3.
Elizabethtown: Senior Tri-Hi-Y 4.
Breezes in from Bainbridge . . . flaming tresses . . . cheerful waitress
at the Lancaster Farm Diner . . . she says her pet peeve is boys but we
know better . . . hobby is strummin' the guitar . . . will make a
KENNETH E. HACKMAN
Route 3, Elizabethtown
"KEN" College Preparatory
Senior Hi-Y 3, 4.
Luther Burbank of the tobacco patch . . . beautiful curly hair . . .
joined us in our sophomore year . . . plays hide-and-seek with "Mutt"
. . . dislikes loquacious women . . . "Don't ask me" . . . ice cream iiend
. . plans to be a farmer.
ROBERT J. HAWTHORNE
118 Cedar Street
Football 1, 2, 3, 4g Basketball 3g Baseball 1, 23 Senior Hi-Y 3:
Junior Hi-Y 1.
Tall . . . blond . . . handsome . . . galloping ghost of E-town High . . .
addicted to twins . . . Herr's pal . . . mania for flashy shirts . . . loves
anything good to eat . . . puts in time at Lehman's Tire Store . . .
aspires to be a carpenter.
RUTH P. HEIGEI.
123 North Spruce Street
Indoor Patrol 45 Journalism 2, 3: Yearbook Staff 43 Girls' Chorus
2, 3, 4: Senior Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4.
A lively gal . . . winning personality . . . hates late dates . . . constantly
borrowing a gray Plymouth . . . busy talking with that gang . . . is
often headed towards East Petersburg . . . "If you like it" . . . plans
to be a secretary.
NORMA I.. HEISEY
S34 last I-Iigh Street
Quiet . . . pleasant personality . . . good-natured . . . always willing to
lend a helping hand . . . member of a quartet in church . . . pet peeve is
dishonest people . . . spends her spare time reading . . . really knows
her bookkeeping . . . an ellicient housewife-to-be.
PAUL R. HEISEY
Route 3, Elizabethtown
Quiet-but tricky . . . partner-in-crime with Mummert . . . usually
sick during hunting season , . . enjoys tinkering with his car . . . a
farmer now but aspires to get a government job at Middletown.
J. WARREN HEISEY
Route 1, Elizabethtown
Rifle Club 2, 3: Senior Mixed Chorus 41 Boys' Chorus 45
Music Appreciation Club 4.
Quiet, until you know him . . . "Way to go" . . . collects match folders
. . . dislikes housework of any kind . . . wants to get a new car . . .
relishes "vittels" . . . hard worker at Farmers' Fertilizer Works.
CHARLES DALE HELLER
258 North Poplar Street
Football 2, 3, 4: Sophomore Mixed Chorus 2g Boys' Chorus 3, 4: Senior
Mixed Chorus 3, 43 Senior Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Chaplain 33 Vice-President 43
Junior Hi-Y 1: Rifle Club 2, 31 Music Appreciation Club 3, 45 Journalism
Club 2: Yearbook Staff 4.
Tall . . . brawny . . . handsome . . . hard hitting tackle . . . "All rightee"
. . . has reserved spot on South Spruce Street . . . would like to "soup
up" his jalopy . . . Oh boy, chicken pot pie . . . ambition: hotel owner.
GEORGE R. HELM
19 North Poplar Street
Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 2, 3, 41 Sophomore Mixed Chorus 2: Senior
Mixed Chorus 45 Boys' Chorus 2, 3, 4.
Towers into the atmosphere . . . enjoys "Maude's" iced tea . . . need
some feed? George will deliver . . . pals with "Bill" . . . performs oper-
ations on flies in psychology . . . versatile man on the football team.
JACK E. HERR
251 West Bainbridge Street
Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Baseball 1, 25 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Junior Hi-Y 1.
Cute, little blond . . . one fourth of the Big Four-Shank, Hawthorne,
Lokey, and Herr . . . played his heart out at football games . . . favorite
pastime-women . . . plans to join the Navy . . . an excellent choice.
JANET B. HERSHEY
524 Els! High Street
"PEE WEE" Business
Yearbook 4: Girls' Chorus 2, 3, 4: Senior Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4:
Junior Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4.
Small and cute . . . loves to eat hamburgers . . . neat dresser . . . has
an interest in E-Town College . . . Oh! how she hates to get up in the
morning! . . . likes to collect horses . . . a future office worker.
MARY ELLEN HESS
Route 3, Elizabethtown
"MARY ELLEN" Home Economics
Sophomore Mixed Chorus 2: Senior Mixed Chorus 3, 4: F. H. A. 3, 4:
Music Appreciation Club 4: Yearbook Staff 4: Girls' Quartette 3.
Tall and slim . . . divides her time between school and work . . .
handles that car like a toy . . . fleet on roller skates . . . vice-president
of F.H.A .... wants to live a happy life.
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JEAN E. HIPPLE
Route 1, Bainbridge
"JEANNlE" Home Economics
Bainbridge: Girls' Chorus 1. 2, 3: Senior Play.
Elizabethtown: F. H. A. 4: Tri-Hi-Y 4.
Sweet gal . . . hails from Bainbridge . . . neat hair . . . pet peeve-boys!
but what about jim? . . . "Oh you!" . . . collects toys for a hobby . . .
helps the wheels of F.H.A. to run . . . her chosen profession is house-
NANCY P. HOFFER
Route 1, Elizabethtown .
"NANCY" College Preparatory
Sophomore Mixed Chorus 2: Library Staff 4: Music Appreciation
Club 3: Girls' Chorus 3, 4.
Our quiet friend from the country . . . one of Miss Mengel's library
assistants . . . can be found working at Grant's Store . . . just loves
apricots . . . ambition is to go to college . . . good luck, Nancy . . . may
success be yours!
PAUL R. HOLLINGER
Route 3, Elizabethtown
Sophomore Mixed Chorus 2: Senior Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4: Boys'
Chorus 2, 3, 4: Junior Play: Senior Play.
Short ball of fire from the country . . . "What a revolting revolution
that was" . . . one of the slick operators of the junior class stands . . .
excels in portraying the little brat . . . pet peevwblonde girls . .
ambition is to be a successful farmer.
GRACE I.. HOOVER
Girls' Chorus 3, 43 Yearbook 43 Journalism 2, Tri-Hi-Y 2. 3, 43
Sophomore Mixed Chorus 2.
Always in high spirits . . . tall and attractive . . . bursts in from Rheems
. . . interest lies in handsome men . . . a certain senior boy rates high
. , . pet peeve: girls that take other girls' bay friends . . . stay in the
sun too long, Grace? . . . Florida bound.
RICHARD J. HOOVER
105 West Park Street
Football 2, 3, 43 Basketball 2, 31 Baseball 23 Senior Hi-Y 3, 4.
Hard-working halfback on the football team . . . has a big smile for
everyone . . . falls out of bed into the classroom . . . often heard saying
"Ain't" . . . always found in Mount Joy . . . likes his stuffed chicken . . .
our future Navy man.
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SAMUEL T. KAYLOR
Route 1, Elizabethtown
Tall, slim . . . a real cycling enthusiast-seen whizzing around on his
two wheeler . . . always striving "to make good" . . . has a good start
as engineer at Masonic Homes . . . "nice going."
EUGENE R. KESSLER
134 South Market street
"KESS" College Preparatory
Basketball 13 Sophomore Mixed Chorus 2, 4, Senior Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 43
Boys' Chorus 2, 3, 43 Senior Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Junior Hi-Y lg Key Club 2, 3, 4.
Spirit of '52 . . . good-looking . . . curly hair . . . has a fine attitude in
psychology . . . an accurate pitcher in French . . . sings a nice tenor . . .
faithful to the aisles of Acme . . . will be seen "from the Halls of
Montezuma to the Shores of Tripoli."
GLORIA A. KLINGER
133 NOYIII Market Street
"GLORIA" College Preparatory
Library Staff 33 Music Appreciation Club 33 Journalism Club 2, 3, 43
Yearbook Staff 45 Girls' Chorus 35 Senior Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3.
Avid reader . . . just loves French . . . fast walker . . . swamped for
French paper-demand exceeds supply . . . "A friend in need is a
friend indeed" . . . pals around with Kathryn . . . slaves at Hesteco
. . . "Holy Fires" . . . intends to be a nurse.
SHIRLEY B. KNARR
223 Bainbridge Street
Sophomore Chorus 2, Journalism 2, 33 Yearbook 45 Girls' Chorus 3:
Mixed Chorus 4, Senior Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4,
Cute blonde . . . pleasing personality . . . is often seen riding in a gray
Buick . . . "Did you see Tessie" . . . efficient worker at Hesteco . . .
just loves that Italian spaghetti . . . ambition is to travel with Tessie.
GROVER C. LEE, JR.
106 Laurel Avenue
"BUDDY" College Preparatory
Friendly newcomer to our class . . . Ohio's loss, our gain . . . usually
comes up with the right answer . . . spends his spare time making
models or collecting stamps . . . often heard saying "That a boy" . . .
craves for apple pie . . . fascinated by the color red . . . will make
an excellent lawyer.
.IOANN M. LOKEY
Route 1, Bainbridge
".l0" Home Economics
Bainbridge: Senior Play 35 Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3.
Elizabethtown: Senior Tri-Hi-Y 4.
Hails from Bainbridge . . . pet peeve-all boys but one . . . "Gee Whiz"
. . . can catch up on her sleep now . . . just a Chinaman at heart when
it comes to eating rice . . . hobby is collecting China dogs . . . will make
an efficient housewife.
ROBERT P. LOKEY
126 south Poplar Street
Good-natured . . . can he play tennis??? . . . trusts the deadly females
who drive his car . . . his lack of height made up by his wit . . . one of
the capable carpenters who put up the Junior Play stage set . . . plans
to join the Marines.
D. JOANNE LONGENECKER
Route 3, Elizabethtown
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 3, 43 Sophomore Mixed Chorus 21 Senior Mixed Chorus 4:
Music Appreciation Club 43 Yearbook Staff 45 Girls' Chorus 3.
Loves all forms of food . . . swims during spare time . . . dislikes doing
housework . . . "You're not kidding" . . . worked at Savoy during sum-
mer . . . one of the clerical girls . . . has trouble disciplining one of the
bays in her class . . . will make an efficient secretary.
.IESSIE E. MARTIN
Route 2, Elizabethtown
"JESS" College Preparatory
Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4: Band 3, 4: Sophomore Mixed Chorus 3: Senior Mixed
Chorus 3, 4, Music Appreciation 3, 4: Junior Play: Journalism 2, 3, 45
Yearbook Staff 4: Senior Tri-Hi-Y 2. 3, 4: Junior Tri-Hi-Y: President 1.
Well groomed . . . thespian to the core . . . outstanding gymnast . . .
dislikes people who drive by her and wave . . . likes shrimp . . . "Tricky"
. . . bound to succeed in any occupation of her choice.
JAMES A. MAY
28 West Hummelstown Street
"JIM" College Preparatory
Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Senior Hi-Y 2, 3, 41 Olympic Club 2, 3, 4.
Ardent admirer of outdoor sports-especially hunting . . . stands with
majority when naming homework as pet peeve . . . "Holy Cow" . . .
spends spare time working at Masonic Homes . . . ambition is to join
Uncle Sam's Navy.
CHARLES DAVID MEINHARDT
358 West Bainbridge Street
Look out there, kids! there comes Davey in his bucket of bolts . . .
always saying "Ain't" . . . favorite pastime is reading books and playing
golf . . . works at the Acme Market after school . . . really likes baked
ham as his favorite food . . . ambition is to join the Navy.
RICHARD G. MILLER
Route 1, Elizabethtown
"DICK" College Preparatory
Sophomore Mixed Chorus 23 Senior Mixed Chorus 3, 4: Boys' Chorus
2, 3, 43 Music Appreciation Club 3, 41 Boys' Quartet 4.
One of our class clowns . . . "Good-looking" . . . delightful personality
. . . brain in all subjects, but just ask him something and you'll get
"Da-a-a" for an answer . . . pet peeve: reckless drivers--but did you
see Dick's hot rod? . . . aims to own his own farm some day.
WILLIAM E. MUMMERT
Route I., Elizabethtown
Football 1, 25 Senior Hi-Y 2, 3, 4.
Works in the engineering department at the Masonic Homes . . . forever
saying, "It's a fluke" . . . enjoys stamp collecting, fishing, and eating
his favorite food, potato chips . . . just loves the color blue . . . pet
peeve is the "Know-it-all's" . . . ambition is to be a sailor and sail the
MARY LOU MUSSER
Route 1, Elizabethtown
Our quiet member of the class . . . beautiful black hair . . . on lonely
evenings is found curled in a chair reading a book . . . always seen
with Lois Sweigart . . . hates to go to school on sunny days . . . will be
someone's eflicient but quiet and unassuming stenographer.
STANLEY M. OBER
Route 3, Elizabethtown
Friendly and easy-going . . . crazy about Blizzards at Iceland . . . works
on his dad's farm after school . . . has a large stamp collection . . .
always having trouble with a certain junior girl . . . remember the night
of the Manheim Township game? . . . looks forward to being a
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DORIS M. PAUTZ
Route 1, Elizabethtown
Journalism Club 3. 4, Yearbook Staff 45 Girls' Chorus 3, 4:
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4.
Tall . . . slender . . . neat as a pin . . . whiz in shorthand and book-
keeping . . . is lonely this year! wonder why? could it be Ken? . . .
"Peanuts" . . . just loves spaghetti . . . will make a splendid addition
to any office.
JAMES W. PAXSON
811 SOUIII Market Street
"QUlMBY" College Preparatory
Senior Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4: Senior Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Ride Club 25 Band 1, 2, 3, 4.
Professes to be a loafer in spare time . . . Gene Krupa of the Senior
Orchestra . . . hated geometry homework assignments . . . a super
dancer . . . finds his long jaunt to school tiring . . . gave Howard
,Iohnson's that extra appeal . . . College bound.
DANIEL H. RAFFENSPERGER
507 college Avenue
"RAFFlE" College Preparatory
Baseball 3: Basketball 15 Band 1. 2, 3, 43 Senior Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4: Senior
Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4: Senior I-Ii-Y 2, 3, 43 Junior Hi-Y 13 Key Club 2, 3, 4,
President 4: Yearbook Staff 3, 43 Photography Editor 4.
Dark and handsome . . . sharp dresser . . . has a personality that can't
be beat . . . really clicks . . . never seen without Kess or Wannie . . .
plays a smooth sax . . . just loved those 11-1 physics classes . . . usually
found slaving in his dad's shop after school . . . ambition: to go to
ARLENE F. REIDER
41 Arch Street
"LEANlE" College Preparatory
Hockey 1, 2, 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Senior Orchestra 3, 45 Sophomore Mixed
Chorus 25 Senior Mixed Chorus 45 Yearbook Staff 45 Senior Tri-Hi-Y
2, 3, 45 Treasurer 4.
Easy-going . . . a friend to everyone . . . can be found at Grant's after
school . . . pet peeve is 7:30 band practices . . . her favorite comment
"That's tricky" . . . likes to travel . . . hopes to be a nurse . . . we know
you will be a good one.
.IANICE J. RISSER
Route 3, Elizabethtown
Sophomore Mixed Chorus 25 Senior Mixed Chorus 45 Music Appreciation
Club 45 Yearbook Staff 45 Girls' Chorus 35 Senior Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4.
Enjoys chewing gum . . . never in a hurry . . . caters to people at Howard
Johnson's Restaurant . . . always pesting Joann . . . pet peeve is
housework . . . hates to get up in the morning . . . efficient in wasting
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SPURGINE M. ROYER
104 South Poplar Street
Journalism Club 2, 3, 45 Yearbook Staff 45 Girls' Chorus 3, 4:
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4.
Petite . . . friendly . . . serious-minded . . . dependable . . . always
ready to help in any time of need . . . get any letters today, Spur?
. . . cheerful and untiring waitress at Maude's . . . anticipates being
.IERE E. RUTHERFORD
23 East Orange Street
Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Junior Hi-Y 1.
Tall, handsome blond . . . capably filled an end position in football and
guard position in basketball . . . one of Mr. Goodhart's slaving shop
students . . . "Hal" . . . idol of female underclassmen . . . pet peeve:
slave-driving teachers . . . Jere aims to go to college and then find an
easy job to pursue.
NANCY FAYE SCHROLL
218 :ne High Street
"NAN" College Preparatory
Cheerleading 1, 2, 3, 45 Senior Orchestra 45 String Ensemble 45 Indoor
Patrol 2, 3, 45 Journalism Club 2, 3, 45 Yearbook Staff 3, 45 Girls' Chorus
35 Senior Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Junior Trl-Hi-Y 15 Secretary 1.
Short and cute . . . radiant hair with a tinge of red . . . energetic cheer-
leader . . . has a hobby of eating, but you'd never know it . . . scads
of clothes . . . never seen without Kitty . . . infectious giggle . . . will
make a swell nurse.
THERESA E. SEITZ
349 North Market Street
Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Sophomore Mixed Chorus 23 Senior Mixed Chorus 3, 4:
Journalism Club 23 Yearbook Staff 45 Senior Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Junior
Effervescent . . . oh, that unique giggle of hers! . . . teacher's Problem
Number 1 . . . loves tumbling . . . wants to be seen and heard . . . need
a telephone operator?-call Theresa . . . ambition is to travel with
JOSEPHINE A. SENSEMAN
33 West Willow Street
Yearbook Staff 4, Business Manager: Senior Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3.
Intelligent-plus . . . quite a talker . . . Mr. Grosh's secretary . . . spends
two-thirds of time in commercial room . . . "Heavens to Betsy" . . .
proud of her dog, Chips . . . loves impatient people??? . . . faithful and
capable business manager of the Yearbook . . . ambition-to be a
EDWARD R. SHANK
51 Park Street
"ED" College Preparatory
Football 45 Baseball 2, 3, 41 Senior Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Junior Hi-Y 13 Key Club
2, 3, Yearbook Staff 3.
Sports enthusiast--that's Ed . . . easy-going . . . friend to all . . . tall,
dark, and handsome . . . has a pet peeve of "women in general" . . .
could eat spaghetti night and day . . . always heard saying, "Take it
easy" . . . math whiz . . . ambition is to go to college.
JAMES H. SHANK
118 East Cedar Street
Football 1, 2, 3, 4.
Hard worker for Jacob B. Fisher . . . hobby is working on motors . . .
spends most of his time on West High Street . . . addresses everyone
with "Hi, Moldy" . . . one of the "rascalteers" of 12-2 . . . Marine
bound . . . Good luck!
SHIRLEY ANN SHIFFER
229 North Market Street
"SHlFF" Vocational Home Economics
Cheerleading 2, 3: Majorette 15 Sophomore Mixed Chorus 2: Senior Mixed
Chorus 3, 43 F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Indoor Patrol 3, 43 Library Staff 1, 2, 3, 41
Junior Play: Junior Girls' Quartette 35 Senior Trio 4.
Dark and attractive . . . has a beautiful voice . . . detests people always
being late . . . forever saying, "Oh my achin' back" . . . active member
of F. H. A .... cheerful chorister at their meetings . . . will be the
LLOYD W. SMITH
332 West Hlfll Street
Senior Orchestra 2, 31 Yearbook Staff 4.
Always ready to lend a sympathetic ear . . . loves those apple dumplings
. . . jolly . . . dislikes excessive amounts of bookkeeping . . . efficient
stock boy at The Central Cut-Rate . . . aims to be a druggist and own
his own store . . . we know you'll succeed.
BETTY A. STAHL
Route 2, llilahettltown
Yearbook Staff 4g Girls' Chorus 3, 45 Senior Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4.
Cute blonde . . . usually quiet, but talkative at' times . . . one of the
clerical section gals . . . always writing letters to that certain Army
man . . . "Oh my gosh" . . . loves fried chicken . . . often seen with
Janice and Dot . . . daily passenger on the Middletown bus . . . plans
to be a secretary.
SHIRLEY F. STAHL
au lat High street
Yearbook Staff 4.
The girl with the blonde hair . . . always buzzing from one place to
another . . . loves to eat spaghetti . . . a waitress at Howard Johnson's
. . . star commercial student . . . but oh that bookkeeping! . . an ardent
bookworm . . . has a keen interest in E-town College-Why? . . . a
most dependable and faithful secretary . . . will be the pride and
joy of any office she enters.
MARY ANN STAUFFER
Route 1, Middletown
"MARY ANN" Business
Yearbook Staff 45 Oflice Girl 4.
One of the busy oflice girls . . . pretty hair . . . Look out! Here comes
Mary Ann with Harold's Henry J . . . "Something new" . . . pet peeve
is conceited people . . . pals around with Jo . . . will make a good secre-
tary but a better housewife.
JANE E. SUMMY
134 last High Street
"JANE" College Preparatory
Sophomore Mixed Chorus 2: Girls' Chorus 3. 4: Senior Mixed Chorus 3, 4:
Library Staff 1, 2, 39 Music Appreciation Club 3: Journalism Club 2, 3, 4:
Treasurer 2, 3: Yearbook Staff 3, 43 Literary Editor 43 Senior Tri-Hi-Y
2, 3, 43 Scribe 4.
Tall . . . slim . . . blonde . . . a whiz in any class-French especially
. . . "Mon Dieu"-remember Jane? . . . as literary editor for the year-
book, Jane really has quite a problem . . . especially those last-minute
write-ups . . . college is next on Jane's list.
ALMA JEAN SWEIGART
325 lla! lllllhridlo Street
Journalism Club 2, 3: Yearbook Staff 43 Girls' Chorus 3, 43 Office Girl 4.
Works diligently in the school office . . . boring study halls are so
intolerable . . . "Think nuthin' o' that" . . . likes to write letters to her
friends . . . would like to be a good housewife and secretary.
LOIS MARIE SWEIGAR1'
Route 1, llizobetlllown
Yearbook Staff 4.
Likes a Henry J Cespecially a yellow one? . . . reads during spare
moments . . . "Gee Whiz" . . . always in good with her sister??? . . .
beautiful brown eyes . . . bought tickets for the football games, but
why! . . . can be seen with Mary during noon hour . . . will find suc-
cess as a farmer's wife.
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TYLER R. TRIMMER
Senior Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Key Club 2, 3, 4: Journalism Club 2, 3, President 3:
Business Manager 3, Olympic Club 2, 3, 4: Yearbook Staff 3, 4: Junior
Play: Senior Play: Football Manager 1, 2, 3, 4: Senior Manager 4.
Tex is one of our Masonic friends . . . quiet . . . friendly . . . never seen
without Bob . . . Mr. Sedule's favorite victim . . . sporty . . . really
enjoys being manager for the teams . . . "Yes, sir" . . . Need any land-
scaping done? See Tex, landscape gardener for the Homes.
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Majorette 1, 2, 3, 4: Captain 4: Senior Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4: String Ensemble
1, 2, 3, 4: Senior Mixed Chorus 3, 4: Indoor Patrol 3, 4: Junior Play: Year-
book Staff 4: Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4.
Captain of the Majorettes . . . stunning appearance . . . trim dresser
. . . fiddles her worries away . . . dislikes people who are always late
. . . "Who knows?" . . . loves to drive . . . a great gall . . . will make a
pleasant addition to any office.
Route 1, Middletown
Football 1, 2, 3: Senior Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Junior Play: Senior Play: Yearbook
Staff 4: Journalism Club 2. 3, 4: Editor of Bear Gazette 4.
Migrates from Middletown . . . bursting out all over . . . Lone Wolf in
12-3C . . . a big tease . . . what doesn't he do? . . . enjoys eating . . .
appreciates a teacher who gives loads of homework . . . keeps school
paper rolling . . . plans to see the world through port holes.
FRANK L. WALTERS
"HUNKlE" College Preparatory
Basketball 1, 2, 3. 4.
Handsome . . . champion basketeer . . . Oh, those long shots . . . takes
those long treks to and from the Masonic Homes daily . . . pest of
Room 23 . . . "I like it" . . . "Someone have their French done?" . . .
headed for college.
JOHN L. WANAMAKER
341 North Hanover Street
"SAMBO" College Preparatory
Football 1. 2. 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2. 3, 4: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Class Vice
President 3, 4: Band 1, 2: Senior Orchestra 1. 2, 3, 4: Junior Hi-Y 1.
Tall . . . good looking . . . athlete . . . three-letter man . . . a real brain
when it comes to the classroom . . . usually seen with Whitey or George
. . . "You're all right" . . . lives for steak and tomatoes . . . plays a mean
clarinet in Senior Orchestra . . . want to know the latest fad for fellows?
-ask John . . . We know he'll be a success in the career of his choice.
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JOHN W. WEAVER
454 North Market Street
"PEE WEE" College Preparatory
Sophomore Mixed Chorus 2: Senior Mixed Chorus 3: Boys' Chorus 2, 3:
Senior Hi-Y 2, 3. 4: Treasurer 4: Junior Hi-Y' 1: Rifle Club 2, 3: Key
Club 3, 4.
Jes' a l'il shaver . . . ace operator at the motion picture projector . . .
he really doesn't dislike girls . . . "How about that?" . . . "Gone tishin'."
. . . his delight-southern fried chicken . . . What do you have in your
hand, Weaver? . . . has a head start for becoming a future toolmaker.
MICHAEL E. WEAVER
142 Washington Street
"MIKE" College Preparatory
Class Treasurer 4: Sophomore Mixed Chorus 2: Senior Mixed Chorus 3, 4:
Boys' Chorus 3: Senior Orchestra 3, 4: Junior Hi-Y 1: Senior Hi-Y 2, 3, 4:
Key Club 2. 3, 4: Music Appreciation Club 2, 3, 4: Journalism Club 3, 4:
Yearbook Staff 3. 4: Junior Play: Senior Play.
Tall . . . dignified . . . the artist of the class . . . comparatively quiet
. . . usually heard saying "Ah, you poor devil" . . . pet peeve-those
last minute poster jobs . . . "Remember Miss Behr?" . , . a mad rush
to Grant's every evening to work . . . loves cokes and doughnuts . . .
master of the eighty-eight . . . one who dreams of a concert career.
MARY M. WERT
81 Nlaytown Avenue
Sophomore Mixed Chorus 2: Senior Mixed Chorus 4: Girls' Chorus 3:
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4.
Can be seen ice skating during the winter season . . . "You know it"
. . . speedy Iceland waitress . . . adept spaghetti spinner . . . dislikes
classes in the other building on a rainy day . . . will be someone's
DOROTHY M. WHITMOYER
492 West High Street
Sophomore Mixed Chorus 2: Senior Mixed Chorus 3, 43 Yearbook Staff 4.
Keeps Mr. Goodhart's correspondence up to date . . . likes writing
letters to the Army . . . "Oh yummers" . . . full of fun . . . efficient
waitress at Maude's . . . loves tuna fish salad . . aims to be a receptionist.
KATHRYN E. WINTERS
Route 1, Elizabethtown
"KATHRYN" College Preparatory
Hockey 3: Yearbook Staff 4: Girls' Chorus 2, 3, 45 Senior Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4.
Full of pep . . . pleasant clerk at Grant's . . . thrives on her long walks
to school . . . ardent French student . . . "Oh Brother" . . . reads
incessantly . . . pet peeve-clownish people . . . eagerly anticipating
her nursing career.
JAMES W. ZARFOSS
3 Park street
"JlM" College Preparatory
Basketball 1: Sophomore Mixed Chorus 23 Boys' Chorus 3, 43 Band
1, 2, 3, 4: Senior Orchestra 4: Senior Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Rifle Club 23 Music
Appreciation Club 43 Yearbook Staff 3. 4.
Tall . . . blond . . . good-looking . . . witty clarinetist in the band . . .
if clothes make the man, Jim's really some man . . . "Cut it out" . . .
longs for the summer, when he can go to the shore, to work, of course!
. . . works outside of school in his dad's hardware store . . . Jim's goal,
To THE SENIOR CLAss or '52:
I wish to thank the Senior Class for the faith and confidence placed in me as your
adviser. I express my sincere and heartfelt wishes in congratulating you upon the comple-
tion of your work. I know that you feel a sense of satisfaction in achieving your objective
started twelve years ago.
My only hope is that you have profited by the guidance and teachings of your faculty
and administration in preparing you to cope with modern everyday problems and to be-
come good useful citizens of your community, state, and nation.
It is with this thought in mind that I wish all of you seniors a successful future what-
ever profession you will follow after your graduation.
Alma and Spur trying out the Monroe ca Ml Grosh and his two busy secre J Maltm C Cobaugh J Larfoss R
Lulatoi whatahelp 1n bookkeeping class' taues J Senseman and C Griffith Baker and N Schroll developing a
lab technique not just slopplng
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Home Economics Class S Bechtel is used as a
model as Mls Arena demonstrates the value of good
fitting Besides learning cooking and sewing the
girls also acquue the alt of good grooming
IZ Z Shop Class watch youi finger Bob
wheres that left handed monkey w1ench" who s
on clean up this week?
lts all Flench to me"' Ale you making 1 cirbon
copy of youu ass1gnment'??? Christmas-time -
4. Health Class . . . studies the skeleton and finds that
we're all alike under the skin . . . will we ever learn
the 206 bones?'?'?
5. Office Practice Class . . . B. Floyd and L. Sweigart
rolling out another test on the mimeograph machine
. . . is there too much ink'??'? . . . be sure to turn the
crank to the left.
6. Gym Class . . . the calm before the storm . . . Lokey's
team wins again . . . who takes the beating, the
referee or the teams?'?'? . . . May the best team win
this year's intramurals.
. LEARNING me Ropes
T1-iERE's ADVENTURE AHEAD for the Santrys
at old Uncle Gideon's Homestead . . . this
provided the mood for the hectic weeks of
practice .... We're afraid Miss Mengel had
quite a time gathering her little flock of
junior thespians together . . . what a riot!
. . . Many were practicing their basketball
shots on the sly. . . Our love birds claim
their smooching to be extremely tour de
force! . . . What did Hollinger use on his
face? Fels Naptha? . . . the day everyone
lugged in their old family portraits. Every-
one, including country cousins with slickum
on their hair, on hand for final scene . . .
fond memories for Tex! . . . As our first
dramatic venture, we enjoyed a tremendous
Top: The energetic cast of "New Fires," under
the capable direction of Miss Miriam Mengel.
Top Center: Stephen, laying down the law . . .
"If you don't work, you don't eatfl
Lower Center: "Poor Daddy" . . . Dick and Eve
leading a discussion of their fathers' problems.
Bottom: "Hear those bones rattlin'?" asks Billy
as he leads Phyllis, Olive, Ann, and Eve on a
tour of their supposedly haunted house.
. for PERFORMANCE
THE ORCHESTRA is PLAYING the final strain
of "Surrey with the Fringe on Top," there
is a slight shuFfle of feet on the stage, the
house lights dim, the curtains open, and the
play, "Melody Jones," begins.
This was the beginning of the end, after
four weeks of work and pleasure.
None of us will ever forget the "Silent
Movies" that were put on by Grubb Inc.
Remember the villain and the poor sick
widow? How about Vuxta's comical antics
and all the times we had to go over that
fatal birthday scene because somebody
laughed. Poor Mr. Grosh, what he had to
put up with! Remember the times the stage-
doors were locked? Kitty and Mike had a
good laugh over that.
It's a well-known fact that the Senior
Class made most of their proiit selling
Kleenex to a tearful audience, who shared
the surprising shock with Melody.
Few were privileged to see the wild
burlesque treatment that the cast gave
"Melody Jones" after everyone had gone
These few momentoes will live long in
the hearts of those who were part of it.
Top: "I don't care if the scenery falls downi do
your best." Mr. Grosh, our dynamic coach, gives
last minute advice before the curtain goes up.
Top Center: "Just what I always wanted." Melody
enthusiastically receives a birthday present of
"Drop Dead" insect repellent.
Lower Center Left: A tender touch heals the cut.
In his hurry to get ready for the Prom, Gary cuts
himself with Mr. Jones' razor.
Lower Center Right: Is it spring fever or love?
Melody returns in one of her dreamy moods.
Bottom: The Joneses are astounded on learning
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has begun. The anxielies of enlering high school
gradually blend info a feeling of co-operafion
foward learning and info fhe enfhusiasm in knowing
'lhal' soon lhey, foo. will be seniors parlaking of l'he
privileges and honors fhal are fheir inherifance.
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Class Officers. Left to Right . . . Miss J. Hunsecker, adviser:
S. Patton. secretaryg M. Martin, treasurer: J. Dougherty, presi-
dentg D. Warfel. vice-president.
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S. Patton. D. Knilcy, D. Grubb. J. Wanamaker, The loyal supporters of the Senior Play were
Bl'0Wn. and G. Hixsnn busy raising money at their greeted with a program and a smile by the fol-
Farm Fair st: nd. lowing junior girls: P. Rosensleel, J. Heisey. G.
Clarke, B. Sinniger, and D. Miller.
"Oh! those brief forms!" The 11-3 girls striving for the These 11-2 girls certainly will have no trouble
60-minute take. with interior decorating when thiy become
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"Tl-11: PAST FOREVER GONE, the future still our own" is our class motto .... We've been working
hard to achieve our goal as good citizens .... We've worked hard at football and basketball
games to raise money for our senior class trip to Washington .... Forever asking, "Did you try our
Kettlecorn?" . . . Although we were a bit shaky when we got on stage, our Junior Class Play was
a huge success .... The happy day on which we got our class rings was January 3 .... Led by our
competent adviser, Miss Jane Hunsecker, we had a very prosperous year .... We chose for our
officers: John F. Dougherty, presidentg Dean H. Warfel, vice-presidentg Sue B. Patton, secretaryg
and Mary E. Martin, treasurer.
JUNIOR CLASS. FRONT Row, Left to Right: G. Clarke, J. Shank, P. Rosensteel, M. Engle, J. Otis, A, Hilsher, V. Kauffman, V. Miller,
G. Weaver, S. Drescher, D. Kniley, S. Bishop, I. Brubaker, J. Warden, J. Walborn, M. Hoover, G. Hoemer, B. Sinniger, E. Cobaugh
SECOND Row: D. Grubb, S. Lehman, C. Fogie, C. Moose, M. Martin, N. Ebersole, J. Ebersole, R. Butterbaugh, L. Burkholder, S
Patton, S. Brown, D. Miller, P. Shank, P. Seiders, L. Gutshall, C. Griffith, G. Hixson, D. Stevens, J. Heisey. THIRD Row: D, Warfel
D. Shearer, M. Ginder, B. Landis, J. Wanamaker, G. Ellinger, J. Carl, B. Heckert, G. Pyle, S. Heckert, E. Beck, J, Wenger, L. Ber-
rier, D. Aldinger, D. Emenheiser, M. Lokey, J. Landvater, J. Lancaster, FOURTH Row: H. Knorr, R. Wenger, J. Kuhn, G. Ney,
R. Milbee, J. Frey, G. Hershey, J. Royer, W. Brooks, L. Kaylor, R. Gibbons, J. Stum, L. Erb, H. Good, R. Kautz. FIFTH ROW:
J. Smith, J. Rutherford, R. Ginder, H. Daveler, E. Heisey, D. Berrier, F. Van Scyoc, L. Ulrich, A. Fultz, J, Dougherty, J. Frye
Ten-three typing class hard at work trying Organized for the first time, the sophomores
to acquire that "touch control." chose E. Taylor, treasurer, S. Loraw, secre-
tary: J. Risser, vice-president: P. Shelley.
presidentg and Mr. Grosh, class adviser.
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"stitches" during unique programs . . . a gossipy class as
found in "Sophomore Society" . . . remember that flair for .
Pennsylvania Dutch . . . sold Stam-pix and Christmas
wreathes chose class jackets of maroon and white
held huge gala events throughout year, climaxed by the
Sophomore Prom Class sovereigns Paul Shelley presi
dent, Jack Risser, vice president, Sylvia Loraw, secretary,
and Eleanor Taylor, treasurer, our capable adviser, Mr
to size, intelligence, and talent . . . kept the audience in
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SOPHOMORE CLASS. FRONT Row, Left to Right: M. Hershey, M. Bingeman, T. Evans, G. Rickert, W. Creun, E, Warden, R. Heisey
J. Hoffer, J. Risser, W. Vuxta, R. Long, W. Miller, L. Seiders, L. Frederick, K. Rice, E, Espenshade, K. Stoner, E, Bishop, D. Bishop
SECOND Row: K. Beinhauer, J. Miller, A. Kilhefner, J. Hoover, M. Heisey, N. Greenawalt, R. Way, B. Kennedy, L. Good, D. Arndt
D. Jumper, B. Koppenhaver, H. Gish, M. Gebhard, C. Baker, Y. Brown. E. Taylor, I. Heisey, P, Shaneor, R. Little. THIRD Row:
S. Good, J. Nialey, G. Sager, R. Heisey, C, Pfaunmiller, R. Polk, J. Hoover, C. Kaylor, J. Heigel, E. Enck, R. I-Ialdeman, F. Hershey
B. Meyerhoffer, L. Lehman, E. Olweiler, J. Herr, S. Musser, S. Lancaster, E. Enck. FOURTH Row: L, Boyer, P. Meyers, S. Ishler
J. Kaylor, N. Sweigart. E. Hershman, C. Gilgore, Z. Cukurs, S. Itzoe, D. Martin. S. Landis, S. Bates. B. Funck, M. Isenberg, C
Wilkinson, J. Westafer, B. Gish, C. Earhart, S. Loraw, M. Warren. FIFTH ROW: W. Kepler, W. Sine, L. Farver, R. Abram, H. Engle
V. Belser. H. Goodling, R. Slesser, E. Eckley, K. Byerly, P. Shelley, G. Fisher, D, Gibble, L. Collins, E, Wolgemuth. J. Shank
IAQJAHQQIQ . . . FUTURE STARS
Freshmen science class thoroughly enjoying
J. Wenger and M. Fetter's efforts
in exploring the marvels of science.
BIG WHEELS of Junior High .... Typically
green .... Latin was attempted by a few
brave souls .... Freshman Prom has
started new romances .... Promising bas-
ketball material .... Presented a new
item to the school newspaper "The
Ninth Grade Officers perform their duties with zeal
Front row, left to right.: M. Espenshade, R. Hill A
Coulson, L. Forwood, J. Weaver. Back row: W. Clarke
D. Andrews, J. Wenger, C. Nauman, M. Meinhaidt
NINTH GRADE. FRONT ROW, Left to Right: J. Douglass, M. Gerhart, J. Goodling, C. Barton, L. Hippensteel, R, Hill, C. Brubaker
J. May, L. Forwcod, N. Gish, L. Winters, P. Yamall. SECOND ROW: T, Herr, A. Weiss, J. Weaver, D. Brubaker, G. Edmiston
D. McCurdy, A. Powell, L. Musser, M. Meinhardt, D. Leber, P. Stahl, J. Steffen, J. Kautz, L. Webster, G. Ulrich, A. Risser, N
Evalt, A. Swei art, J. And e , J. H lbl 'b. T R : . ' ' ' ' '
g r ws a ex HIRD OW R Williams, R. Long, E. Smith, R. Morris P Kelley D Means D Fitz
water, N. Good, J. Ney, L. Hoerner, M. Espenshade, R. Lehman, A. Longenecker, M. Hoffman, D kreider Nf Winters 'V 'Stum:
A. Grimm, T. Degler. FOURTH ROW: N. Horst, D. Beinhauer, J. Eisenhauer, R. Ober, L. Kauffman, C. Polk, W. White, B. Becker
R. Mumma, A. Coulson, S. Nagel, G. Lesher, R. Ney, G. Nissley, C. Lutkin, L. Snyder. FIFTH Row: D. Andrews, A. Newcomer
S. Thompson. J. Adams, C. Nauman, E. Boyer, R. Fisher, F. Hoover, D. Shank, G. Schweers, J. Rice, W. Tierney, G. Johansen, W
Clarke, J. Bankler, M. Fetter, Y. Cosner, C. Berrier, N. Hess, M. Hackman. SIXTH Row: J. Wenger, W. Gaskill, L. Heffner, P
Stauffer, H Gordon, D Dreher J. Blough, R Baile C. Sheaffer, C Th . H B d
. . , . y, . ompson, . omgar ner, C. Fry, R. Hummer, H. Risser,
F. Harzer, L. Mullen, R. Dieffenbach.
'Ihe Eighth Grade Homeroom Olliccrs proudly
Hll their positions. Kneeling: A. Shaw, B. Steven-
son, J. Achorn, D. Evans. Standing: L. Patton,
J. Floyd, S. Risser, W. Dougherty, R. Belser,
gI"6l6lQ . . . AMATEURS
Mr. Goodhart explaining the intricate "H-'inn 5
mysteries of wiring electric bells
to his serious-minded eighth graders.
ENERGETIC "Kms" descending upon us from the
"old building? . . . Fond of their guardian angels,
Mrs. Basler and Miss Hunsecker, in rooms 4 and
5 .... Became the "wheels" of the lower end of
the hall .... Will make an apparently successful
"Class of '56" with their abundance of ability.
EIGHT!-I GRADE. FRONT Row, Left to Right: J. Weaver, S. Floyd, R. Good, K. Heisey, D. Weaver, T. Rice, L. Cunningham,
H. Wild, R. Witmer, J. Longenecker, D. Evans, G. Neideigh, C. Farrar, D. Albright, J. Stevens, J. Risser, D. Comfort. SECOND Row:
J. Achorn, M. Martin, C. Klinger, S. Shank, M. Chapman, S. Raffensperger, B. Stevenson, I, Freeman, K. Stoner, J. Carl, L. Cukurs.
J. Beinhauer, M. Earhart, J. Coble, E. Gebhard, P. Risser, B, Hoffman. THIRD ROW: S. Bless, A, Martin, F. Klein, J, Rahn, W.
Dougherty, F. Ackerman, R. Walters, G. Werner, J. Cocker, B. Zell, P. Heisey, A. Shaw, L. Gish, P. Powell. FOURTH ROW: M.
Andre-ws, F. Peiffer, C. Chronister, J. Floyd, S. Risser, Y. Copenhaver, C. Herr, L. Stumm, L. Patton, K. Gibble, R. Royer, R.
Belser, R. Mumper, G. Sloat, T. Martin.
Qlfefltk QIACLCJQ . . . PEANUT GALLERY
Eager beavers hard?!! at work in math class. Seventh Grade Homeroom 0fHcers-new
on the job, but eager to work. Front Row:
R. Eshelman, R. Thome, H. Kraybill, T.
Loser. Back Row: A. Runyan, H. Good, J.
Walters, J. Hawthorne, R. Martin, J. Stam-
FINALLY reached the Junior High . . . ambitious and ready to cope with new
experiences . . . found a new thrill in first assembly . . . oh, those shop and home
economics classes! . . . Miss Miller and Mr. Blouch always willing to help.
SEVENTH GRADE. FRONT Row Lf-It to Right' L. Sweigert G Pfautz, H. Arndt H. Kra bill E Dielifenbach R Ehl
. . , , . , y , . , . s e man,
R. Thome, T. Loser, K. Hnsey, K. Jones, M. Zook, F. Donley, C. Cox, J Heisey, S. Jacobs, L. Smith, B. Carl, L. Chapman. SECOND
ROW: D. Greiner, B, Detweiler. P. Farver. R. Fackler, N. Cunningham, R. Teufel, K. Emenheiser, S Ulrich 0 Erb K Walborn,
M. Borman. J. Knittwcis, M, Shank, C. Hauck, H. Brinser. THIRD ROW: J. Hawthorne, M. Hoffer, R. Ruggeri, R. Witmer, M. Heil-
man, T. Otis, J. Newcomer, J. Walters. D. Goodling, B. Coulson, G. Snyder, J. Stambaugh, J. Hoover, W. Deitrich, R. Martin, C.
He-isey, C. Hayes. FOURTH ROW: R. Gaskill. H. Good, D. Kaylor, C. Martin, B. Wenger, R. Andrews, A. Shelley, S. Wilson, J. Lan-
caster. S. Saylor, D. Brubaker. A. Runyan, S. Neideigh, C. Steever, J. Kuntzelmsn, F. Haldeman, J. Bressler.
A th letics
Afhlefics play a large parf in our every-day school
life here af Elizabefhfown High, nof only for fhe
boys buf also for fhe girls. This valuable fraining
helps noi' only fo build beffer bodies buf also fo
develop a higher sfandard of morals.
Varsity Cheerleaders. left to right: I. Brubaker,
. . . BACKERS
N. Schroll. S. Bechtel, captaing E. Beck, and
Shirley Bechtel did a super
job as captain of this year's
terrific cheerleading squad.
T-E-A-M . . . Yea, team!! . . . Those are our varsity cheerleaders keeping up
the school spirit!! Under the capable direction of Miss Jane Hunsecker, these
peppy cheerleaders led by their captain, Shirley Bechtel, deserve a lot of credit.
They proudly show off their new uniforms received this year during football
season .... Snazzy, aren't they? Keep up the spirit, kids-you're an asset to
every game. There will be two seniors leaving this year: Shirley Bechtel and
. . STAND-INS
First Row, left to right:
S. Thompson, C. Nauman.
G. Clarke, P. Rosensteel, M. Warren.
Wow! What a game! Our peppy cheer-
leaders were on hand for every game to
help cheer the team on to victory.
D. Heller, the blushing bride, shyly takes
the hand of her handsome husband, Jake
Shearer, as the mock wedding procession
starts down the aisle.
The members of this year's championship
hockey team await their well-earned
hockey awards at a pep meeting.
In spite of the muddy field, freezing
weather, and absence of the band, the kids
are really enjoying the afternoon off
for the Enola football game!
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JUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL SQUAD. FRONT Row, Lelt to Right: Coach Sedule. C, Thomp-
son. H, Bumgardner, AI. Gooflling, G. Edmiston, L. Hippensleel, J. Risser. SECOND Row:
R. Ruyvr, L. Hn-ffne-r, R, Nuy. W, Tic'-rrmy, D. McCurdy, W. Clarke, R. Belser, R. Bailvy.
THIRD Row: T. Dvglvr. D, Andrews, J. We-ngfr, J. May, J. Hawthqrno, D. Albright.
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VARSITY FOOTBALL SQUAD. FRONT Row, Left to Right: Coach Sedule, R. Albright, R. Eshelman, W. Fink, D. Shearer, R
Broucht. G. Helm, R. Hawthorne, D. Heller, J. May, Coach Barnhart. SECOND ROW: Coach Eppler, C. Baum, E. Shank, J. Frye
J. Warmmaker, J Rutherford, K. Beinhauer, L. Boyer, L. Ulrich, R. Cunningham, R. Hoover, Coach Luchnick. THIRD Row: K
Stoner, E. Warden, J. Shank, J. Herr, R. Wenger, 1. Rutherford, A. Fultz, G. Ney, F. Hershey, E. Eckley, E, Enck, M. Gindcr
FOURTH Row: T. Trimmer, R. Heiscy, K, Rice, R. Haldeman, H. Gnodling, j. Heigel, L, Scidcrs, T. Evans, ,I. Roycr. J. Dougherty
goofgaff Sgjua . ssAsoNso Psnronmsns
VARSITY FOOTBALL BOX SCORES
Palmyra . . . . 6 7
Columbia .......... . . 16 0
Manheim Township . . . . 32 6
Manheim Borough . . . . 53 6
Lititz ........... . . 12 6
Ephrata . . . . O 6
West York . . . 6 15
Swatara . . . 7 7
Enola ..... . . 32 6
Quarryville . . . 40 6
Our very competent coaching staff who devote much of W
their time to the well being of our athletes . . . all "right
hands" to each other . . . always work for the good of all
concerned. Bottom row, left to right: Assistant Coaches
A. Eppler and J. Sedule. Back Row: Assistant Coach W.
Barnliart and Head Coach F. Luchnick.
The teams' managers tried to cure all aches, pains, and
broken spirits. Bottom row, left to right: R. Heisey, J.
Royer. Top Row: Doc Dougherty, Tex Trimmer.
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.lark llcrr. halfbzxck Jim Shank, guard, tackle Dale Heller. tackle Whitey Rulhfrford. ond, halfbnck
Burgm-ss Eslwlman. iackle Clair Baum, guard George Helm. center Samho Wanamakcr. quarterback
Dirk llnovvr. halfback Bill Fink, end Bob Hawthorne, fullback Bch Broun-ht, guard
lid Shank. end Jim May. qua1'tc1'back
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Robert Broucht, captain of this year's football team,
receives a football, autographed by his teammates,
from Coach Luchnick at Dr. Thompson's
THE BEARS, under the leadership of Coach Frank Luchnick, extended their season to a 6-3-1 season
record, producing victories over Columbia, 16-05 Manheim Township, 32-6g Manheim Central, 53-63
Lititz, 12-69 Enola, 32-6: and Southern Lancaster County joint QQuarryvilleD, 40-0g battled to a 7-7
tie with Swatara Townshipg and lost close games with Palmyra, 7-65 Ephrata, 6-0g and West York,
15-6 despite well-fought and hard-fought ball games.
Invading the town of Palmyra, the Bears attempted
extremely hard to avenge last year's defeat and by a
trick of fate the Black and Orange edged the Bears 7-6
in a hard-fought game in brilliant shirt-sleeve weather.
Determined to seek revenge, the inexperienced Crim-
son Tide of Columbia offered little resistance as the
Bears soundly trounced them to 16-0 on the field of
Elizabethtown High School.
Stumpf Field in Lancaster was the scene of one of
E-town's most spectacular victories as they soundly
crushed the Blue Streaks of Manheim Township to
the tune of 32-6.
The E-town Bears had little trouble and enjoyed a
field day as they breezed over the Barons of Manheim
Central High School to the score of 53-6 in a game at
Elizabethtown High School,
The Bears then marched on to Lititz and the result
was another twist in the Pretzels as the Bears scored a
first when they edged the Prctzels of Lititz High School
Loyal Elizabethtonians and Ephratans anxiously
waited the "game of the yearl' in which they hoped to
prove their strength, but the Mountaineers won the
game by a touch of Lady Luck in the third quarter to
win the game 6-0.
Over-confidence evidently lost this game for the
Bears when the Bulldogs of West York upset the heavily
favored Blue and White, 15-6.
Although the tough Eagles of Swatara were highly
favored to crush E-town, the Bears provided for a
home-coming crowd a thrilling game which resulted
in a 7-7 tie.
The rampaging Bears found the Panthers of Enola
no match as they overwhelmed the Panthers 32-6 on
a muddy, cold afternoon, remembered by all stud"n's
as the "Monday afternoon we had off," after a post-
SOUTHERN LANCASTER COUNTY JOINT tQuarryviIIel
The young, inexperienced "Golden Mules of Solancon
simply were no match for the Bears as they rolled over
the Mules 40-6 in the bitter cold of Quarryville's
Memorial Field in a game in which the whole tram got
"in the fight?
Even the fcllows on the bench are cheering at a "hot" game. The fellows getting their chow at football camp.
HOCKEY SQUAD. KNEELING, Lf-Ir fo Right: J. Shank, J. Wenger, L. Good, J. Otis.
E. Bork, J. Martin. M. Gruhh, Captain: D, Em:-nheiser, J. Wanamaker, G. Clarke, G. Pyle,
D. Grubb. P. Svirlcrs, L. Gutshall. STANDING: J. Carl, S. Swisher, M. Meinhardt, C, Bakr-r,
B. Kvnm-fly, F. Houvvr, P, Douglas. M. Loki-y, A. Raider, B. Brown. S, Patton. D. Kniley,
D, Filzwalvr, N. Good. R. Fisher, M. Fvttcr. S. Brown, P. Rosenstel, Miss Jane Hun-
Hoclczv sox scones
East Hempflelrl .. . 2 1
East Donegal . . . . 5 0
Mougt,-1056 ' 't' 'I' ' ' E 3 Miss Hunscckcr. coach. gives Captain Mary
E312 Iigrlpeigrrz? . ' 5 0 Grubb last-minute orders.
East Hempheld .. . 0 1
East Donegal . . . . 6 0
Mount Joy ,.... . 5 O
East Lampeter . . . . 3 0
Manheim Central . . . 3 0
enior .iloclfeg lofayem
J. Martin, P. Douglas.
A. Reider. B. Brown.
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STARTING OFF on a tempo which eventually carried them to their second
consecutive championship, our girls' field hockey team defeated a highly
talented East Hempfield eleven by the score of 2-1, Jessie Martin and Pat
Seiders sharing the honors .... Next, traveling to East Donegal, the local I
Blue and White trounced their opponents 5-0, Pat Seiders with four goals 1- L
and Joy Wenger, the other, sharing in the scoring .... E-town then played
the impolite host as they sent Mount Joy home with a 2-0 set-back, Dot
Grubb and Fran Hoover "raising the chalk" .... Battling both the weather and an inspired Man-
heim Central team our gals started slow, but came out ahead 5-0, four goals tallied by Dot Grubb,
the other by Jessie Martin .... The local lasses next routed East Lampeter 5-O behind the three
goals of Dot Grubb and the two of Pat Seiders .... End of first half of play in the tournament with
E-town ahead, followed closely by East Hempfield .... Our tempo slackened in the second half of
play, as East Hempfield handed us our only defeat of the season 1-0, in a very well-played game.
. . . Bouncing right back, our team again trounced East Donegal, this time to the tune of 6-0, scor-
ing by Pat Seiders, two, Dot Grubb, Iva Brubaker, Fran Hoover, and Nan Good, each one .... Having
once again gained their footing, the local eleven rolled to a 5-0 victory over Mount Joy-Dot Grubb
led the scoring with two points followed by Pat Seiders, Iva Brubaker and Fran Hoover with one
each .... Next, meeting a much improved East Lampeter team, our gals squeezed past by a 3-0
count. Dot Grubb, Pat Seiders, and Iva Brubaker each chipped in a goal .... Ringing down the cur-
tain on the season's play, E-town clinched the championship of Section B in the Lanco
Girls' Field Hockey League by defeating Manheim Central, in a twice postponed
game, 3-0-scoring by Pat Seiders, three .... In conclusion, congratulations
and continued success to Coach Jane Hunsecker, without whom
the championship would not have been possible. Credit
is also due to graduating players: Mary Grubb,
captain, Jessie Martin, Arlene Reider,
Beverly Brown, Phyllis Douglas.
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THE MAGNIFICENT coAcHINo, the unity among
the fellows, the support of the faculty and student
body, and the idea of discarding individual scor-
ing crowned our Alma Mater with the laurels
befitting her with the Section I championship.
The lads from East Lampeter High invaded
the hardwoods of E. H. S. in hopes of downing
the Blue and White but found
sible with the skillful ball-handling of Frank
ers, John Wanamaker, jere Rutherford,
George Helm, an
the task impos-
d jake Shearer and the brilliant
leadership of Coach Barnhart. New Holland and
the Bears forfeited a game to Dallastown and
lost a close
Columbia fell under the Bears' onsla
game to neighboring Middletown.
Then began another win streak as Mount Joy,
Marietta, Manheim, East Donegal, Red Lion,
and East Hempfield all fell under the terrific
Bears. The Bears climaxed their regular season
with a thrilling victory over East Hempfield, thus
extending their season victory to 14-5, with losses
to Dallastown, Middletown. the Alumni, Steel-
ton, and one loss to Red Lion.
Bears then entered th
er winning the Section I championship, the
e county playoffs and won
a brilliant semi-final victory by routing Warwick
against Ephrata, the
superior Bears, though playing a better game,
failed in the final seconds to win the Cham ion-
ship of Lancaster County.
Townshipg in the finals
Eliminated from the county championship, the
Bears entered the District 3 P.I.A.A. against
M , .
anor and emerged victorious but failed by one
point in an overtime against Middletown.
VARSITY BASKETBALL SQUAD
FRONT ROW, Le-fr to Right: Coach Barnhart. F. Walters, D. Shearer, J. Wanamaker, J. Rutherford, G. Helm.
SECOND ROW: D. Warfel, J. Rutherford, K, BL-inhauer, L. Collins, H. Goodling: Managers: E. Warden, R, Heisey.
arfiifg Kadgefgaffgquad . . . CHAMPS
VARSITY BASKETBALL SCORES - 'l95'l-52
Opp. E. H. S. Opp. E. H. S.
East Lampeter . . . . . 35 51 Marietta .....,. . . 38 57
New Holland . . . . . 38 52 Steelton ...,..... . . 38 36
Columbia ..... . . 32 55 East Donegal ..... . . 23 40
Dallastown , . . . . Forfeited Manheim Central . . . . . 41 56
Middletown . . . . . 41 37 East Hempfield ......... ........... 4 0 50
Mt. Joy ..... .. 28 82
Marietta ------- -- 46 64 Lancaster County Plavolfs
Alumni --"'-'A- 41 35 Warwick Townshi ' ' 24 50
East Donegal .,.. .. 35 42 E hr' t, p """"""""' 34 30
Red Lion ......... . . as 33 P C' L' "''-'-'A"--"--"-"--"" -
iii . . f f ig 43 District 3, P.I.A.A. Playoffs
East Hempfield . . . . , 37 50 Manor-Millersville ................ . 32 34
Rod Lion ........ . ............ 38 46 Middletown ........................ 54 53
Coaches Barnhart, Luchnick, and Trimble talk Kneeling: D. Shearer, F. Walters.
over their successes of the year. Standing: J. Wanamaker, G. Helm.
Jere Rutherford, who played their last
basketball games for E-town High.
JUNIOR VARSITY SQUAD. KNEELING, Lelt to Right: L. Seiders, J. Heigel, J. Frey, J. Eber-
suli-. R. 1-Ialrleman, J. Royer, T. Evans. STANDING: P. Shelley, V. Belser, L. Farver, H. Knorr
L Bnysr. R. Cunningham. K. Byerly, Coach Trimble.
unior gaffefdaffagjquaclfi . .
Junior High Basketball
Mount. Joy ...
B:iinb1'idf.ie . . .
East Donegal .
Bainbridge . . .
East Donegal . .
Opp. E. H. S.
.lunior Varsity Basketball
1951 -'I 952
New Holland .
East Donegal .
Red Lion .....
Mount Joy .. .
Red Lion .....
East Donegal .
FLEET OF FOOT
JUNIOR HIGH SQUAD, KNEELING, Left to Right: D, McCurdy, D. Goodling, J. I-lawthorna
J. Risser, J. Stevens, J. Goodling, L. Hippensteel, Coach Luchnick. STANDING: J. May. H. Good
T. Rice, L. Heffner, D. Andrews, J. Wenger, W. Clarke, W. Tierney: Scorekeepers, J. Zarfoss
and R. Wenger.
Tuesday, April 1 ..... Middletown
John Wanamaker takes a healthy swing at the ball as the
1952 baseball season gets under way with Middletown.
Thursday, April 3 ........ Manor-Home
Tuesday, April 8 ......... Manor
Thursday, April 10. .Middletown-Home
Thursday, April 17 ..... Marietta-Home
Friday, April 18. . . ..... Mt. joy-Away
Tuesday, April 2 2 ..... McCaskey-
Thursday, May 15
Thursday, April 24. .E. Hempfield
Friday, April 25 ........ Mt. joy--Home
Tuesday, April 29 .... E. Donegal-Home
Thursday, May 1. . . .......... .Open
Tuesday, May 6 ........ Marietta-Away
Thursday, May 8 .............. .Open
Tuesday, May 13. . .E. Hernpfield-
. . . .E. Donegal-Away
BASEBALL SQUAD. KNEELING, Left to Right: J. Wanamaker, D. Shearer, R. Williams, D. Warfel, J. Rutherford, C. Thompson,
J. Rcyuf, E. Shank, L. Collins, j. May, M, Ginder, D. Evans, Manager. STANDING: Assistant Coach Eppler. R. Heisey, Manager:
C Cobau h Manager K Ston r L Fr de-riLk W T' r e F He she H G dli H Kno r K 1
. g , . - : . e , . e ' , . ie n y, . r- -y, oo ng. . r , . Be'nhauer, L. Hipnensteel,
R. Halrhfinan, E. Wardan. D. McCurdy, R. Wenger, Scorekeeper, J, Wenger, Manager: Head Coach Sedulv.
Band, Choruses, Y's, and F. H. A. are buf a few
of fhe many exfra-curricular acfivifies enjoyed af
E-fown High. The inferesf and enfhusiasm shown
in fhese various doings are evidences of fhe all-
oround fifness of 'i'he members of fhe sfudenf body
of Elizabefhfown High School.
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Ogri , CAOPMJ . . . HIGH SPIRITED
PLEASING BLEND of male voices . . . meets every Tuesday
in Room B ..., Miss Brandt, director, had to "dig" down
into the sophomore class for first tenors .... Thrilled audi-
ences at Christmas and Spring Concerts with their rendi-
tions of popular, semi-classic, and classic numbers.
BOYS' CHORUS, FRONT ROW, Left to Right: M. Hershey, E. Bishop, K. Rice, L. Seiders, K. Stoner, J
Weaver, E. Heisey, W. Miller. SECOND Row: P. Shelley, P. Hollinger, C. Baum, H. Daveler, B. Brnucht
D. Bryan, J. Craun, J. Frey. THIRD Row: H. Engle, F. Van Scyoc, B. Landis, V. Belser, D. Ralfensperger.
E. Kessler, C. Cobaugh, W. Heisey. FOURTH Row: J. Rutherford, W. Fink, R. Emenheiser, H. Knorr, D. Heller
J. Dougherty, G. Helm, R. Miller, D. Warfel.
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P. Hollinger, H. Knorr, R. Emenheiser, R. Miller
Vernon Belser is the present second tenor.
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J. Heisey, J. Earhart.
WZX86! CAOPMJ . . . COME DANCE AND SING
Lovely, lilting voices continually charmed their
audiences . . . practiced fourth periods on Wednes-
days in order to sing for assemblies, concerts, and
other school events .... M. Grubb, G. Ellinger,
The unsung heroes of the choruses . . . Beatrice
Bryan, also an accompanist, was chosen after this
picture was taken .... M. Weaver, J. Summy.
Blending of the finest voices around E. H. S .... under the inspiration of a real master of music, Miss Brandt ....
"Get back on your part. tenorsg the Sopranos have the melody" . . . brings to their audiences well-interpreted
selections such as: " 'Twas the Night Before Christmasf, "Ezekiel Saw de Wheel," and l'Show Boat" . . . stately
procession of blue-gowned members make fitting preludes for public performances.
MIXED CHORUS, FRONT Row, Lv!! to Right: M. Hershey, S. Bishop, J, Longenecker, J, Funck, B. Bryan, M. Hoover,
B. Brown, J. Warrl.-n, I. Brubaker. J. Martin, M. Martin, P, Douglas, R. Butterbaugh. SECOND Row: H. Eberly, M. Engle
J. Wenger, G. Clarke. S. Knarr, T. Seitz. H. Brandt, N. Schroll, J. Shank, J. Trostle, D. Stevens, A. Fasnacht C. Moose
THIRD Row: S. Bechtel, D. Whitmoyer. S. Shilfer, M. Hess, J. Rsser, A. Reider, D. Grubb, J. Summy, M, Gruldb, M. Wertl,
K Gish I Fwrhart G Ellinger J Wanamaker S Lehman FOURTH Row- D Bishop E Bishop K Rice D Bryan D Wa
fel D Rat'
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ft-iispi-'gr-r. R. Miller. C. Cobaugh. E. Heist-y, H. Daveler, P. Shelley, W. Heisey, K. Stoner, L. Ssiders, FIFTH ROW: P. Hollinger, R.
Broucht, E, Kessler, G. Helm, W, Fink, F. Van Scyoc, D. Heller, J. Frye, R. Emenheiser, H. Knorr, J. Grimm, M. Weaver, J, Craun.
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GIRLS' CHORUS. FRONT ROW, L1 It to Right: V. Miller, V. Kauffman, D. Miller, P, Adams,
D, Knilz-y. K. Winters. C. Fugio, N. Cvreuimwalt, J. Otis, B. Bryan. SECOND Row: N, Hoffer,
A. Gund. L. Cvulshall. C. Griflith, J. Lancaster, B, Stahl, A. Hilsher, S. Swisher. B. Brown,
E, B1-ck. 'FHIRD Row: B. Sinnigr-r, ,I. H4-rshf-y. R. Heigel. A. Sweigart, N, Ebersole, j. Land-
vim-r. P. Rosi-nstoi-I, J. Curl, G, Hixson, S. Dre-srher, M. Lokey, FOURTH Row: J. Barnhart,
D, Pnuu, B. Ht-rkt-rt, S. He-rkt-rt, L, Burkholdcr, G. Weaver, j. Espenshade, D. Aldinger, S,
. . . SWEET SERENADE
HURRIED up to Room B every
Friday fourth period for prac-
tice .... Real songsters who never
caused any discipline problems.
. . . Favorites were south-of-the-
border songs. Mexican Sere-
nade and Malaguena .... Altos
were cautioned against taking
the easy way out-singing the
bass .... Looked prettier than
spring Howers at the Spring Con-
cert .... Conscientiously accom-
Brown, F. Ht-rshnmn. LI. Rissvr, G. Hoover. .I, Sumrnv.
panied by Beatrice Bryan.
0l0A0lfl'l0l"Q 640101455 . . . MIXED MELODIES
HEAR THAT Music coming from Room B fourth period on Thursday? That's the Sophomore
Mixed Chorus under the leadership of Miss Rosanna Brandt .... Miss Brandt's hard-working
proteges are discovering hidden talent and developing much needed experience, which is being
offered by this chorus, and which will enable them to become great assets to the senior choruses
in the years to come .... This musically inclined group added nicely to the sophomore assembly.
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SOFHOMORE CHORUS FRONT Row Left to Right M Bingeman E Taylor N Roytr
T Nisltv J Heisey J Hoffer C Baker S Good SECOND ROW B Ktnnedv M Warrcn
C Wilkinson B Gish A Kilhefncr D Arndt L Good I Heisey Y Brown J Miller THIRD
ROW B Funtk J Westafer C Earhart N bweigart S Itzoe Z Cukurs S Ishlcr P Mrynrs
C Gilgore B Gish S Loravi FOUIXTH ROW E Bshop K Rice D Bishop K Stonir H Engli
V Belsor D Warfel H Knorr E Kmssler P Shelley W Miller
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Mr. Klauss and Miss Brandt . . . checking together over
the musical score .... The students of E. H. S. are priv-
ileged in having these two capable directors, Mr. Klauss,
instrumental director, and Miss Brandt, vocal instructor.
QI'li0l" OI"CA95il"6l . . . FOOTLIGHT PERFORMERS
THE BEST in our school goes into this small but excellent orchestra which plays anything from
Bach to Bebop. Their harmonious discords are heard each Thursday as they diligently work to
make their public performances a success. Very capably directed by hardworking Mr. Klauss,
who is often heard saying, "All right, starting next week, let's be here on time."
SENIOR ORCHESTRA. VIOLINS: E. Hershman, M, Martin, B, Hoffman, J. Trestle, D. Andrews, A. Risser, N. Greenawalt. H
Dnveler, D. Kniley, S. Lehman, S. Risser, E. Enck, J. Kuntzelman, R. Good, B. Carl. VIOLA: J. Acho'n. BASS: J. Shank. TUBA'
W. Gaskill. PIANISTS: N. Schroll, M. Weaver. CONDUCTOR: Mr. Klauss. TROMBONES: R. Abram, G. Edmistcn, R. Wenger, BAR!-
TONE: K. Byerly. TRUMPETS: J. Longenecker, R. Polk, J. Wenger, R. Belser. HORNS: J. Douglass, J. Ebersole, M. Isfznberg, J.
Rutherford. CLARINETS: J. Wanamaker. S. Patton, M. Hoover, J. Warden. SAXOPHONES: D, Raffensperger, A. Reider, J. Hoover.
J. Zarfoss, F. Harzer. PERCUSSION: J. Wanamaker, J. Paxson, L, Heffnsr.
lll'li0l" Ol"CAQffiI"d . . . STRIVING FOR PERFECTION
JUNIOR ORCHESTRA. VIOLINS: S. Baker, K. Lehman, G. Sweigart, L. Smith, B. Boggs, L. Eshelman, J. Martin, R. Deitrich,
M. Flory, K. Bentzel, L. Hess. FLUTES: S. Raffensperger. CLARINETS: C. Earhart, D. Goodling, R. Coleman, F. Klein, M. Borman,
L Boozer. CELLOS: K. Jones, P. Brinser, R. Hill. STRING BAss:J. Shank. A. Kilhcfner. PIANO: J. Heisey. K. Byerly. HORNS: R.
Mumper, C. Basehnre, J. Hoover, J. Douglass. TROMBONES: L. Patton, P. Farver, D. Kilhefner. SAXOPHONES: B. Bishop, J. Stahl,
B. Wenger, F. Harzer. DRUMS: K. Stoner, A. Powell, D, Bishop. CORNET: K. Emcnheiser, G. Lesher, J. Stambaugh, J. Coleman,
D. Drcher, R. Fackler, T. Loser, J. Newcomer. TUBA: J. Knitweis, R. Ruggeri.
fring ndemgi . . . FIDDLE FADDLE
Mr. Klauss' lassies in white . .
ten enthusiastic cherubs??? . . .
simply adored those four o'clock
rehearsals every Friday afternoon
. . . thrilled listeners at banquets,
club-meetings, and school assem-
blies with enchanting music . . .
welcomed five new members this
year . . . will miss Joanne, Nancy,
and Beatrice next year . . . orchids
to Mr. Klauss for his PATIENT
leadership in helping them "pull
the strings" for E. H. S.
FIRST Row: M. Martin, E. Hershman, J. Trostle, A. Risser, B. Hoffman, J. Achorn
SECOND Row: B. Bryan, N. Schroll, J. Shank, J. Barnes.
uriic lolareciafion . . . AN Armzscmnvs AUDIENCE
MUSIC APPRECIATION CLUB. FRONT ROW, Left to Right: C. Baum, C. Cobaugh, M. Weaver, J. Zarfoss, P. Vuxta, P.
Shelley, H. Engle, D. Warfel, J. Dougherty, D. Heller, D. Bryan, J. Craun. SECOND ROW: S. Bishop, J. Carl, B. Brown, P. Douglas,
N. Schroll, B. Bryan, C. Baker, J, Hershey, V. Miller, V. Kauffman, B. Sinniger, E. Cobaugh, Y, Brown, E. Taylor, K. Winters
S. Royer, M. Bingeman, M. Hershey. THIRD Row: W. Heisey, N. Holfer, J. Martin, I. Brubaker, J. Miller, A. Kilhefner, A.
Hilsher, S. Heckert, B. Heckert, J. Heisey, P. Rosensteel, J. Shank, J. Ellinger, M. Engle, B, Stahl, A. Fasnacht, R, Miller, V.
Belsfr. FOURTH Row: P. Hollinger, G. Weaver, L. Gutshall, C. Griffith, M. Lokey, C. Wilkinson, S. Loraw, C. Earhart, E. Hersh-
man, C. Gilgore, N. Sweigart, J. Hoover, Z. Cukurs, J. Otis, L. Burkholder, D. Kniley, G. Hoerner. FIFTH Row: J. Risser,
J. Sunimy, L. Berrier, N. Ebersole, G. Hixson, M. Martin, R. Butterbaugh, H. Eberly, M, Hoover, J. Lancaster, C. Fogie, P
Meyers, S. ltzoe, S. Bates, E. Beck, E. Frazier, D. Miller, P. Seiders. SIXTH Row: M. Grubb, D, Aldinger, J, Warden, S. Lehman,
M. Hr-ss, J. Barnhart, C. Moose, J. Longenecker, A. Reider, J. Earhart, K. Gish, J, Wenger, S. Patton, S. Brown, G. Klinger,
A CLUB dedicated to the development and appreciation of the "music of the
masters." . . . Enriches our cultural background with "South Pacific," "Song of
Norway," and "Gaite Parisiennef' . . . Under the capable leadership of Miss Brandt,
it meets once a month during the fifth period on Thursday.
ZLL . . . DUTY BOUND
Throughout the past year. the
Key Club of Elizabethtown High
School, under their capable ad-
viser, Mr. Kenneth Grosh, made
progress in the building up of the
club. On the first day of school,
the members assisted in the Ori-
entation Program, acting as guides
to the new scholars and showing
them their way around the school.
Also during September, the club
assisted the local Kiwanis Club
Farm Fair by selling balloons. The
Kiwanis Club purchased a juke
box for the Key Club, who in turn
has made money by renting it to
various organizations for enter-
tainment. Making its debut in
Elizabethtown High School, a bas-
ketball program was printed and
sold at the home basketball games
by the Key Club. In the spring.
the club also assists in the annual
Career Day held in the high school
iluditorium' In addltlon' a banquet KEY CLUB. FRONT Row, Left ro Right: Mr. Grosh, adviser: R. Eshelman, secretary, D
is held f0l' the Seni0I' members at Raffensperger, president, R. Baker, treasurer: J. Dougherty, vice-president. SECOND ROW:
Wl'llCl'l time they are honored. J. Weaver, J. Grimm, C. Cobaugh, R. Wenger, T. Trimmer, M. Weaver.
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HERE COMES THE BAND! Led by the color guard and majorettes, all of whom
contributed much to the success of the team, these snappy, highstepping gals
drew many admiring whistles from the spectators. The majorettes will lose Joanne
Trostle, their capable leader, but the color guard is fortunate in retaining all of
BAND FRONT. J. Nisley, B, Gish, S. Bates, S. Bishop, M. Martin, B. Hecke-rt, D. Stevens. S. Heckert,
S. Lehman, S, Loraw, J. Floyd. J. Trestle, E. Taylor,
A group of the junior niajorettes The rnajorettes and band front collecting
in the annual Baud Jamboree. TYTOUCY fO1' HGW band UUif01'mS-
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LEFT, RIGHT, LEFT, RIGHT . . . forward march! . . . There they go . . . down the field .... Gave their
enthusiasm and spirit to all football games .... Under the expert baton of Mr. Noah Klauss ....
The band received two excellent awards in the Christmas Parade at Harrisburg .... Farewell to
eight seniors this year .... As of this year, the back seat of the band bus is reserved strictly for
seniors .... The highlight of this year was the jamboree held at our last home football game.
featuring a prize fight .... The snappiest band in the land .... Keep up the marvelous work.
BAND. FRONT Row, Lelt to Righr: Mr. Klauss, K. Emenheiser, D. Kilhefner, P. Farver, D. Goodling, J. Stambaugh, J.
nvcker, D. Bishop, S. Raffensperger, G. Bucher, M. Borman. P. Heisey, J. Douglass. SECOND Row: H. Brandt. T. S1-itz, R.
baugh, H. Eberly, C. Moose. M. Hoover, M. Isenberg, J. Hoover, R. Andrews, J. Coleman, G. Lesher, F. Klein. H. Good. THIRD
Row: R, Polk, W. White, G. Rickert, H. Risser, F. Harzer, G, Edmiston. J. Warden. J. Shank, B. Wenger, J. Wenger. S. Patton,
J. He-iscy, L. Patton. FOURTH Row: D. Andrews, L. Heffner, D. Dreher, J. Wanamaker, G. Clarke, A. Raider, K. Gish, J. Martin,
R. BL-lser, J. Went-gr, D. RaHensperger, J. Paxson. FIFTH ROW: K. Byerly, W. Gaskill. F. Van Scyoc, M. Grubb. J. Zarfnss,
R. Abram, H. Engle, D. Gibble, L. Boyer.
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tvnth grade ucciwdionists.
An eighth gnicio music class singing
nwiodiuusly under Miss Brandfs
A now drum class receiving their
initial instructions from Mr. Klauss
during sectional orchestra practice.
The Bvziss Choir sci the pace for the
Professional of the Mixed Chorus at
tho Chrisiinns Clmornl Concert.
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If . . . HIGH STANDARDS OF CHARACTER
TRI-HI-Y OFFICERS. KNEELING: A. Kilhefner, J. Hoover, E. Hershman,
S Bates, J. Westafer, E. Taylor. STANDING! Mrs. Basler, J. Summy, G.
Hoover, A. Reider, J. Earhart, K. G-ish, B. Bryan.
LED by the Dynamic Duo, Mr. Trimble
and Bob Broucht. "Let's go swimmin',"
"Let's have a dance,' '... all familiar cries
heard during their meetings, every other
Wednesday, fourth period .... New mem-
bers usually perched themselves on win-
dow sills .... Still couldn't find a job for
their Sergeant-at-arms, Buck Bradley.
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"Following the Gleamf' the club strives
to "create, maintain, and extend-high
standards of Christian character." . . . Un-
der supervision of Mrs. Annette Basler
and led by Janet Earhart, president of
the club, these junior and senior girls
have helped sponsor the Curtis Cam-
paign, March of Dimes drive, and assem-
bly programs featuring professional tal-
ent .... Sent representatives to Y Field
Day held at F. 8: M. for the Y Clubs of
Lancaster County .... An all-around club
composed of all-around girls.
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STANDING: Mr. Trimble, D. Heller, R. Broucht, D. Bradley.
pi- i- . . LEADERS
TRI-HI-Y. FRONT ROW, Lal! ro Right: J. Summy, M. Grubb, G. Hoover, S. Lehman, D. Grubb, J. Wanamaker, J. Barnha't,
C. Moose, J. Rissvr. SECOND Row: M. Wert, J. Nisley, C, Earhart, B. Gish. S. Loraw. M. Warren, J. Hoover B. Funck M
lsr-nbc-rg, D. Arndt. N. Greonawalt, L. Lohman, B, Kennedy, L. Good, M. Gebhard, C. Baker, Y Brown E, Tay'or, P, Shaimeor,
S Good M Bingeman THIRD ROW- M Hess I Brubaker D Knil v A Fasnacht P Adafns Bi Br any B Floid
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B, Sinniger. E. Cobaugh. K. Winters, S. Royer, E. Hershman, J. Miller, A. Kilhefner, C, Wilkinson, J. Westafer, S. Itzoe, S, Bates
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J, rr OU! TH ROW. J. Longeneclcer, J. Trostle, R. Heigel, S. Knarr. T. Seitz, B, Stahl. G. Hixson, M. Hoover, D, Miller,
P, Shank, E, Buck. P Seiders, L. Gutshall, C. Griffith, J. Walborn, G. Hoerner. P. Douglas. J. Otis, N. Schroll, J. Martin. FIFTH
Row: J. Wenger, G. Clarke, J. Shank. S. Bishop, J. Warden, R. Buttcrbaugh, H, Eberly, J. Ebersole, S. Drescher, E. Frazier,
J. St-nseman. A. Good, J. Earhart, K, Gish, A. Reider, S. Brown, S. Patton, B. Brown, J. Hipple, H, Brandt, SIXTH ROW:
D. Pautz, M. Engle, S. Bechtel, L. Burkholder, D, Stevens, J. Heisry. M. Farver, D, Gutshall, J. Lokey, J. Lancaster, C. Fogie,
J. Landvater, J. Espenshade, G. Weaver, D. Emenheiser, B. Heckert, G. Pyle, S. Heckert, J. Carl, G. Ellinger. P, Rosensteel.
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HI-Y. FRONT ROW, Lufl ro Right: M. Hershey, J. Ebersole, L.Erb, E. Enck, R. Hztldeman, F. Hershey. R. Kautz, G. Rickert,
E. Warden, K. Stoner, T. Evans, L. Seiders, K. Rice, E. Bishop, D, Bishop. SECOND Row: K. Beinhauer, G. Fisher. E. Wolgemuth
J. Shank, L. Ulrich, A, Fult1. C. Baum, J, Weaver, D. Berrier. R. Ginder, W. Heisey, R. Cunningham, J. Hoover, J. Heigel, J
Smith. G. Ney. THIRD Row: R. Baker, E. Kessler, J. Frye, R. Broucht, D. Shearer, D, Bryan, J. Grimm, D. Gibble, H. Daveler
W. Mummrrt, P. Vuxta. E. Heisey. D, Warfel. FOURTH ROW: J. Frey, R. Abram, T. Trimmer, R. Hoover, J. Paxson, W, Brooks
J. Kuhn, B. Landis, E. Eckley, H. Goodling, E, Shank, D. Bradley, D. Raffensperger, K. Byerly. FIFTH ROW: J. May, J. Zarfoss
M. Weaver, R. Wenger, H. Knorr, J. Rutherford, L. Boyer, D. Heller, R. Eshelman, W. Fink, L. Farver, J. Dougherty.
There's work to be done . . . where's the
F. H. A.'?'?? An active club consisting of
home economics girls .... Energetic
president, Shirley Bechtel .... Varied
activity program .... Doggie roast was
a howling success .... Thoroughly en-
joyed the Ice Follies .... Bowling . . .
swimming . . . and pizza pie all on the
schedule .... Sponsored Fashion Show
and Bundle Day .... Affiliated with State
and National F. H. A .... Had an enjoy-
able time at State Convention in Pitts-
burgh .... Attended F. H. A. Farm Show
Conference .... Advised by Mrs. Vir-
ginia Rohrer .... Is sponsoring the T. V.
set for school.
F. H. A. FRONT Row, Leif to Right: C. Fogie,
J. Barnhart, G. Weaver. M. Hess. S. Bechtel,
J. Espenshade, S. Shifter, D. Alclinger, Mrs.
Rohrer. SECOND ROW: J. Kaylor, S. Musser, E.
Olweiler, L. Burkholder, D. Gutshall, J. Lokey,
L. Berrier, J, Lancaster. THIRD ROW: J. Farver,
A. Hilsher, D. Martin, J. Hippie, S. Drcscher,
S. Lancaster, V. Miller, V. Kauffman, R. Little.
JUNIOR HI-Y. FRONT Row, Left to Right: D.
Evans, D. Weaver, D. Goodling, B. Coulson, L.
Forwood, J. Goodling, K. Emenheiser, J. Wal-
ters, C. Farrar, R. Teufel, J. Stevens, J. Risser,
D. Comfort. SECOND Row: R. Williams, G.
Sloat, D. Albright, R. Belser, A. Martin, G. Erl-
miston, R. Walters, T. Degler, J. Hawthorne, D,
McCurdy, J. May, T. Martin. THIRD Row: R.
Mumper, W. Gaskill, L. Heffner, H. Gordon, D,
Dreher, W. White, R. Gaskill.
JUNIOR TRI-HI-Y. FRONT Row, Le!! ro Right:
J. Carl, K. Stoner, L. Gish, K. Heisey. .l. Bein-
hauer, M. Earhart, B. Stevenson, A, Weiss, S,
Jacobs, T. Herr, T. Donley, A. Longenecker, B.
Detweiler, D. Greiner, C. Cox, K. Jones, D.
Brubaker, J. Weaver, B. Carl, L. Chapman, L.
Smith, R. Good. SECOND Row: E. Boyer, R.
Lehman, M. Espenshade, S. Nagel, J. Ney. L.
Hoerner, N. Good, J. Coble, E. Gebhard. P.
Risser, B. Zell, P. Heisey, D. Kreider, S. Wilson,
J. Kuntzelman, C. Klinger, M. Chapman, S.
Ralifensperger, I. Freeman. F. Haldeman. THIRD
Row: J. Bankler, R. Fisher, F. Peiffer, C. Chron-
ister, J. Adams, A. Coulson, S. Floyd, S. Shank,
A. Runyan, N. Horst, N. Hess, M. Hackman,
R. Ober, L. Kauffman, R. Morris, P. Kelley,
E. Smith, R. Long, D. Mians, D. Fitzwater.
FOURTH Row: D. Shank, P. Stahl, J. Steffen.
M. Meinhardt, J. Floyd, S. Risser, L. Patton,
L. Stumm, C. Herr, P. Powell, M. Fetter, R.
Andrews, S. Saylor, C. Steever, D. Leber, D.
Beinhauer, J. Eisenhauer, F, Hoover,
C. Berrier. FIFTH Row: L. Webster,
N. Evalt, A. Risser, C. Nauman, J.
Newcomer, S. Thompson, B. Becker,
ma, S. Blessing, J. Weaver, A. Shelley, B.
Wenger, D. Brubaker, M. Martin, J. Achorn,
Y. Copenhaver, A. Shaw.
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The law enforcers of our school . . .
"Single Hle! No drinks!" shout the girls
on duty .... Play an important part in
our school system .... Capably adviscd
by Miss Hunsecker and captaincd by
INDOOR PATROL. FRONT Row, Left ro Righr:
B. Sinniger, S. Shilifer, K. Gish, S. Patton, I.
Brubaker, N. Schroll, R, Heigel, J. Heisey.
SECOND Row: D, Miller, B. Brown, J. Nisley.
B. Gish. C. Baker, A. Fasnacht, P. Adams, B.
Bryan. THIRD Row: Miss Hunsecker, G. Clarke,
J. Wanamaker, P. Sziders, S. Heckert. H.
Brandt, D. Grubb, P. Rosensteel, J. Trostle.
Library Lassics . . . proud of their club
headed by Shirley Shiffer. president,
Janet Barnhart, vice president, Nancy
Ebersole, secretaryg Nancy Hoffer, treas-
urerg and Miss Mengel the capable
adviser . . . prepare books for circula-
tion, mend books, shelve and sign out
books, help fellow students find refer-
ences .... Look forward to their trip to
Millersville State Teachers College and
their parties .... Pet expression: A'Your
LIBRARY STAFF. SEATED, Left to Right: J.
Ney, J. Barnhart, S. Shiffer, Miss Mengel, N.
Ebersole. STANDING: G. Ulrich, C. Gilgore, J.
Landvater, D. Miller, A. Weiss, M. J. Espen-
Although formed several years ago, has
had little chance to show its wares ....
Went over "big" at field day .... Every
Tuesday, members work hard on parallel
bars, vaulting horse, rings. and the Hat
mats .... Under the competent leader-
ship of Coach Bill Barnhart.
OLYMPIC CLUB. R. Broucht, T. Trimmer, J.
Frye, L. Seiders, E. Enck, T. Seitz, D. Stevens,
C- Thompmfh D- Heller. J. May, K. Stoner,
D. McCurdy, E. Beck.
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Junior Tri-Hi-Y officers are: Kneeling, B.
Stevenson, S. Raffensperger, C. Nauman, A.
Coulson, J. Weaver. Standing: A. Risser, N.
Evalt, A. Newcomer, C. Chronister, J. Floyd,
S. Risser, L. Patton.
Ralph, Tex, John, Doc, and Dick making big
money for the Key Club by selling balloons
at the Farm Fair.
3. Ed Eckley and Jack Wenger worrying back-
stage before the Hi-Y assembly.
4. The Junior Hi-Y oflicers: Bottom row: Dale
Andrews, Wilson Gaskill. Top row: Jack Wen-
get, Larry Hippensteel, Jim Goodling, Mr.
Mr. P. H. Hertzog giving a knot-tying exhi-
bition to the Hi-Y.
Jim May at peak of a running dive over fellow
Olympic Club members.
Jerry Frye, the patient scarecrow, in the
Charlie and Esh selling basketball programs.
Jean, Mary Jean, and Donna busy checking
out books in the library.
Mr. Grosh, Tex Trimmer, and Doc Dougherty
enjoying a bite of lunch during a Key Club
The F. H. A. School Lunch Committee plans
another Friday noon lunch.
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SECOND-YEAR JOURNALISM CLUB. FRONT Row, Left to Right: S, Royer, E. Cobaugh, P. Adams,
S. Swisher, A. Fasnnchl, G. Hixson, B. Brown, J. Otis, P. Douglas, J. Manin, B. Floyd, B. Bryan.
SECOND ROW: A. Sweigart, K. G-ish, D. Pautz, J. Barnhart, C. Fogie, S. Brown, J. Summy, P. Seiders.
A. Good, G. Klinger. THIRD Row: J. Smith, P. Vuxta, P. Shelley, J. Dougherty, M. Weaver, R. Wenger,
T. Trimmer, R. Abram. C. Cobaugh, V. Belser.
QCII' Clzeife . . . THE PRESS
JUNIQR JOURNALISM CLUB. FRONT ROW, Left to Right: M. Bingeman, D. Arndt, J. Miller,
J. Herr, A. Kilhefner, J. Nisley, S. Good. SECOND ROW: S. Bates, S. Itzoe, C, Gilgore, N. Sweigart,
E. Hershman, C. Earhart, B. Gish.
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WITH A "NOSE FOR NEWS," our re-
porters continued their excellent
job of publishing the "Bear Ga-
zette" this year adding Scholastic
Roto .... Always probing into teach-
ers' and pupils' affairs in their at-
tempt to gather "All the news that's
fit to printf '... Plan to enter Quill
and Scroll, International Honorary
Society for High School Journal-
ists .... Sends reporters to press
conferences held at Harrisburg for
district high school reporters ,...
Helps provide a continual head-
ache for our able adviser, Miss
Wagner .... Always striving for
higher standards in the field of
Top Picture: Jean Landvater and Shir-
ley Stahl getting the school paper ready
Middle Picture: Janice Risser typing the
stencils of the paper. The commercial
sections type the copy and prepare the
paper for distribution.
Miss Wagntr, adviser of The Bear Gazette, and Paul Vuxta, editor,
discuss the forthcoming issue.
YEARBOOK STAFF HEADS AND ADVISERS. SEATED, Left ' ' '
to Right J. Senslman, Business Manager: Miss Bahr, Art Adviser: Deep In thought and at. Work gt one of theuf meetings
M. Weaver, Editor-in-Chiefg J. Summy, Literary Editor: Miss Wag- the staff heads received instructions from Miss Bell.
ner, Literary Adviser. STANDING: M. Grubb, Art Editorg Miss Bell,
General Adviser: L. Smith, Assistant Business Manager: D. Raffens-
perger, Photography Mannger.
SA? . . MERRY MENAGERIE
EVERYONE WORKED hand in hand to prove that cooperation is the keynote of success. From the
very first after-school session to decide on the theme until the last minute rush to put the whole
book together, we all strived to present a picture of our high school as we know it. Yearbook
staff heads met after school to plan lay-outs, lay-outs, and more lay-outs. "No, that costs too
much," changed splashy lay-outs into blocks and circles. Finally, there was a sense of achievement
that comes at the completion of a job well done-The 1952 Elizabethan.
ART STAFF . . . Under Mary Grubb's expert direction, the circus came to
life in the divider pages and line-cuts of the yearbook .... Worked hard to get
the two-tone effect for the senior picture .... All that time spent cutting and
pasting pictures .... Ably advised by Miss Bahr.
BUSINESS STAFF . . . Made great use of opportunity to promote their sales-
manship .... A fast moving group ..., So much typing to do .... Jo Sensemen
rQ and Lloyd Smith share the honors, keeping our accounts straight .,.. The staff
is responsible for keeping us "out of the red."
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lm LITERARY STAFF . . . Future literary geniuses??? Combined their talents
' ,f for write-ups. identifications, and picture captions .... "Now take time with
7 your write-up," urged Miss Wagner, the ever-patient adviser .... Great difficulty
, in describing red hair accurately.
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up PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF . . . The eye witnesses for on-the-spot pictures. . . .
-. --:-'A7,. These shutter-bugs provide much life to our book .... Miss Bell's camera had
A KM' X fi' quite a workout ..., Met in Room B .... Familiar instrument: the guillotine.
. . . The end of many a good snap.
SEATED, Lvl! tu Right: M. W.:1x'e'r, P. Vuxta, P. Adams, A. Rsidvr,
M. Wi-rt, J. Summy. SECOND Row: N. Schroll. K. Gish. G. Hoover.
S. Bi-chi:-I. STANDING: K. Winters, A, Good. G. Klinger, R. Baker.
P, Douglas. J. Marlin, J. Barnhart. T, Trimmer.
Loft to Righ!: R. Wong:-r. J. Zarfoss. D. Bryan.
Not pictured: Daniel Ralifcnspergcr, Dale Holler.
FRONT Row, Lelt to Right: S. Knarr. R. Heig-el, J. Trestle, H. Brandt
A. Swcigart, A. Fasnacht. SECOND ROW: T. Seitz, L, Smith, S. Stahl,
M. Stauffer, J. Sc-nscman, B. Floyd. THIRD ROW: B. Stahl, D. Pautz,
L. Sweigart, S. Alleman, J. Hershey, B. Bryan. FOURTH ROW: D.
Whitmoyer, J. Risser, T. Alleman, J. Longenecker, S. Royer.
FRONT ROW, Left Io Right: C. Cobnugh, M. Weaver, M. Grubb.
SECOND ROW: B. Brown, D. Grubb, S. Brown, M. Hess.
JUNIOR LITERARY STAFF
SEATED, Li-lr to Right- M. Hoover, G, Clarke, P. Seiders,
J. Carl, P. Rosenstecl, J. Otis, S. Lehman.
STANDING: R. Butterbaugh. M. Martin. J. Ebersole, G. Ellinger.
G. Weaver, C. Fogie, D. Kniley, S. Swisher, G. Hixson.
cl erti emen ts
This edifion of fhe Elizabefllan would nof have been
possible wifhoul' fhe infallible co-operafion of fhe
merchanfs and business men of our communify and
S 5251 4
Mr. and Mrs. James C. Adams
Alma and Dave
Mrs. Harry C. Andrews
Arlene and Barre
Miss Jane Bahr
Dorothy S. Baker
Mr. and Mrs. William S. Barnhart
Dr. and Mrs. Claude M. Basler
The Beauty Box
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Beck
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Beck
Miss Erma M. Bell
Bill and Dean
Mr. Wayne Blecher
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne B. Blough
Bob and Bert
Bob and Sue
Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Brandt
Chip and Foxy
Judith Ann Chittum
Dick and Glenn
Mr. and Mrs. Norman E. Diehl and John
Dolly and Clair
Dot and Spur
Duke and Betty
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dupes
Mr. and Mrs. Ervin B. Earhart
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ebersole
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Ebersole
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Eckinger, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Alton Eppler
Janet and Paul Eshelman
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Espenshade and Jessie
Dr. and Mrs. Luther W. Fetter
Rev. and Mrs. Raymond L. Fetter
Mr. and Mrs. Amos Floyd and Ruth
Mr. and Mrs. Harry H. Floyd
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Floyd
Dr. and Mrs. J. Hoffman Garber
George and Janet
George and Joyce
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin H. Gish
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goodhart and Carol
Grace, Shirley, Nancy and Jessie
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Grosh and Gary
Dr. and Mrs. Howard L. Hain
Mae and Russell Haldeman
Hazel and Ruth
Mr. and Mrs. J. Lester Heisey
Helen and Mary
Mr. and Mrs. John Hershey
Russell D. Hershey
Hershey's Shoe Store
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hess and Son
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hipple
Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Hoover
Mr. and Mrs. James L. Hoover
Janice and Bob .
Jo and Smitty
Jim and Ed
Jim and Jean
Jim and Phyl
Howard Johnson's Penn Turnpike Shop
Jo and Johnny
Ken and Doris
Dr. and Mrs. Killheffer
Miss Betty Kipp
Miss Janet Kipp
Kitty, Janet, Mary and Arlene
Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Klinger
Miss Pearl A. Loser
Captain and Mrs. Grover C. Lee
Dr. and Mrs. John E. Lebo, Jr.
Hilda and Lee Livingston
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Longenecker
Lois and Mary
Mr. Frank Luchnick
Marilyn and Charlie
Mr. and Mrs. Harry B. Meinhardt
Mary Ann and Harold
Miss Miriam L. Mengel
Miss Mable Jane Miller
Mike and Smitty
Dr. and Mrs. William Moore
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Mumma
Kathy and Becky Musser
Nelson and Shirley
Mr. and Mrs. Paris P. Ober
Mr. and Mrs. Sobieski Owens
Dr. and Mrs. J. Ralph Parrett
Mr. and Mrs. Earl R. Pautz
Rahn's Shoe Shop
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Reider
Mr. and Mrs. Christ S. Risser and Family
Captain and Mrs. J. F. Rohrer, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Philip E. Saylor
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Schmidt
Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Schroll
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sedule
Mr. and Mrs. Willis E. Seiders
Mr. and Mrs. J. Earl Seitz
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Senseman
Lane E. Shank
Miss Shirley Shiffer
Dr. and Mrs. C. Stuart Smith
Mr. and Mrs. J. Raymond Smith and Lois
Mr. and Mrs. George Stahl
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stahl, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Summy
Mr. and Mrs. Russell S. Sweigart
Dr. and Mrs. T. M. Thompson
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Trimble and Tom
Mr. and Mrs. Russell S. Trimmer and Tom
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Trostle
Trudy's Beauty Shoppe
Violet and Walter
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Wagner
Miss Lydia E. Wagner
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wagner and Phil
M. R. Warden
Mrs. Frank H. Weaver
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Weaver and The Boys
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Weaver
Mr. and Mrs. Swidbert Weisser
Mr. and Mrs. West
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Winters
Mr. and Mrs. James J. Zarfoss
FRY AND ENGLE
INTERIOR - PAINTERS - EXTERIOR
Floor Sanding Paper Hanging COMPLXMENTS OF
Phone 496- J-2
FLORY'S CI-IILDREN'S SHOP
39 V2 South Market Street
C. H. GARMAN FERTILIZER WORKS
Welding - Ornamental Iron Fabrication Manufacturers Of
Iron and Steel HIGH GRADE FERTILIZER
ELIZABETHTOWN PA DONEGAL PLANT FOOD
A Phone 11 ELIZABETHTOWN, PA
' ' 101
HENRY L. GISE
Notary Public - Surveyor
-lr Insurance of A11 Kinds
NORMAN G. GOOD "'
PHONE 130-1 Agent for State Capitol Savings and Loan
32 East High Street Association of Harrisburg, Pa.
GARBER MOTOR COMPANY
HOSIERY MILL, INC.
FORD - MERCURY
COIYLIJ Elflellld of
W. T. GRANT CO. COMPLIMENTS OF
48 South Market Street
,..,A x ... X
"The Modem Studio with Years of Experience"
l DOT'S BEAUTY SHOPPE
Complete Mail Service Multigraphing for
GOODPRINT LETTER SHOP 'A'
25 South Market Street 44 West High Street
O B t W' I1 t th CI f '5
Photo Offset Printing Wedding Announcements ur es IS es O e ass O 2
The CLASSIC Shop
Elizabethtown'S Leading Women's and Children's Shop
BOB'S FLOWER SHOP
Give Her Flowers Because She's Wonderful
Bonded Members Telegraph Delivery Service
Artistic Arrangements and Funeral Designs
9 WEST HIGH STREET
Phone 532-J or 532-M all hours
RAY GUTSHALL,S MEN,S SToRE
17 East High Street
THE GRIMM INSURANCE Shop at
GREINER'S FOOD STORE
Insurance and Real Estate For your Frozen Foods,
119 South Marker Srfeel ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. Groceries, Meats and Produce
PHONE 64 LOCATED ON CENTER SQUARE
SAMUEL R. JONES, AGENT
ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. Phone 267
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
RISSER'S Best Wishes to the Class of 1952
QUALITY FRESH MEATS - GROCERIES if
Frozen Foods -- At Better Prices
Try Our Pastries - Enjoy Our Restaurant for Fine Food
34 to 40 South Market
MYERS MACHINE SHOP
North Poplar Street
BROUCHT'S MEAT MARKET
429 East High Street
We Deliver Phone 14-R
HERALD PRINT SHOP
E. G. KUHN
"Big enough to accommodate and
small enough to appreciate your business"
206-210 South Market St.
MOYER'S POTATO CHIPS
Among the Best by Test
WHOLESALE - RETAIL
C. H. MOYER-R. D. 3 Phone 540-W
E. MUSSER HEISEY
MT. Joy - ROUTE 2
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
On the Square
Phone 288 ELIZABETHTOWN, PA.
Fruit Baskets Our Specialty
HEISEY MACHINE WORKS
Eat ofofuclf fo the Cfaaa
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Congrafufafionfi ana! Exif MAAAQJ
ELIZABETHTOWN LODGE No. 596
L. O. O. M.
J. V. BINKLEY
D. S. BAUM
A,A4,,,.:. ilzz.. ,1.: 2 DRIED BEEF
1'1 Q A SELECT PRODUCT
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R. D. No. 3 ELIZABETHTOWN, PA
111 N. Market St. ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. PHONE 540-.I
Shop and Meet Your Friends at the Friendly
BEN FRANKLIN STORE
"On the Square"
AUNT SALLY'S KITCHEN
"Come in and sit once"
in our Penna. Dutch Atmosphere
BANQUETS A SPECIALTY
J. L. MECKLEY
VENTILATING - PLUMBING
The Amazing Winkler
Low Pressure Oil Burner
SEE IT BURN ALL GRADES OF OIL
233 South Market Street
LOOMCRAFT FROCKS, INC
HILL CREST HOTEL
R . H . F O R N E Y
Complete Body and
Fender Repairs formerly
CHRYSLER AND PLYMOUTH
Food - Rooms - Refreshments
COMPLIMENTS or CoMPL1Mx-:NTS OF
HEIN'S BARBER SHOP S. B. BECKER
M. K. EN TERLINE
DODGE 8x PLYMOUTH CARS
Donoxz Jgb-fgfgd TRUCKS
Cherry St. Elizabethtown, Phone 425
S. G. HERSHEY AND SON
'A' SINCE 1875
South Market and Park Streets
GRACE C. BLOUGH
116 South Market Street
Sacony Suits, Dresses, Separates BAKER'S DINER
It's a wonderful buy!" DINING ROOM
GINDER DRY CLEANERS NEWCOMER,S
AND DYERS HOME AND AU'ro SUPPLIES
TAILORMADE CLOTHES Corner Market 85 Park Streets
12 East Street ELIZABETHTOWN, PA.
Phone 187-w Phone 490
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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.
F. H. KELLER,S SONS
204 South Market Street
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
Watches - Clocks
No. 9 Center Square
'Y nr 9
S for all your Custom Work
Elizabethtown's Newest Family ,k
Shoe Store C ll 546 R 13
a - -
Offering You This
. . TO
Natlonally Advertised Footwear ELIZABETH WN ROUTE 3
QUEEN QUALITY MIRACLE TREAD
Poi.L PARROT U. S. RUBBER
E - , in -. 'Q 'X
X-Ray - ' i Ph COMPLIMENTS OF
fe WARRE N S lm,
Flffmff Xqjh I KAYLOR 85 GARMAN
0 805 J l'l c o
18 East High Street ELIZABETHTOWN, PA.
Phone 127-J - Collect
BRANDT'S HEAVY TOWING
Day and Night
COMMUNITY COFFEE SHOP
Complete Collision Work 498 West High Street
Straightening - Repairing - Inspection Sta. 929 ELIZABETHTOWN, PA.
211 South Market St. phone 298-1
JOHN E. COPENHAVER
Wholesale and Retail
Eggs and Poultry
Phone: E-Town 351
THE CHRISTIAN LIGHT PRESS
20 South Market Street
ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. PHONE 250
Distributors of Religious
GEORGE E. CARRIGER
Paint and Body Shop
Fresh Meats - Groceries
Smoked Meats - Frozen Meats
Open Friday and Saturday Evenings
PHONE: ELIZABE'lH'l'OWN 484-R
If you want the highest quality in hardware,
paints, ani household .appli ance S, there is he DRESS SHOPPE
ether place in town than
ZARFOSS' HARDWARE STORE ik
LADIES' AND KIDDIES' APPAREL
MT. JOY, PA.
Where Prescriptions are a Specialty
. . . Not a Sideline.
A Registered Pharmacist always on duty.
6U'lCCL6 fel' 601411
arm iner LClVVIOI1,S Roadside
ALWAYS KNOWN FOR DELICIOUS MEALS
Prepared with Good Old Lancaster County
and Served by Experienced and Courteous Waitresses R. D. 2 - U. S. Route 230
IC E L A N D "Good Furniture at
INCORPORATED C07-In try P 1' iceff J
prinferd of 574.0 8Aza6efAan,,
KYLE PRINTING COMPANY
LETTERPRESS AND OFFSET
-Ar if -A'
Sales Literature - Catalogs
Letter Heads - Envelopes - Ofhce Forms
if as -A'
140 SOUTH GEORGE STREET YORK, PA.
BEYER'S LINOLEUM STORE
558-W 222 East High Street
F' INC' Furniture of Character at Reasonable Prices
REAL ESTATE INSURANCE MILTQN F. EBERLY
ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. Phone 540-R - Route 3
S. F. ULRICI-I, INC.
505 North Market Street
Plumbing 85 Heating
Il flliU'H EM
SCHWANGER BRos. at co.
'A' Phone 309
COAL GRAIN Saw Filing - Picture Framing
WENGER'S FEED MILL
PHONE! ELIZABETHTOWN 175
CHARLIES CABINET SHOP
CHARLES T. BECKER, Pkormsron
All Kinds of Wood Work
Built, Rebuilt, Repaired
R. D. 3, ELIZABETHTOWN, PA.
H. K. DORSHEIMER
East of Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania On the Square
PAUL MUMMA ,,
SPORTING GOODS - KODAKS
Try Our Delicious Chicken Dinner
CONFECTIONERY - SUNDRIES
FARM EQUIPMENT CO.
Surge Dairy Farm Equipment
SALES 85 SERVICE
THE DRESS SHOP
DAISY M. KLEIN
Phone 194-M ON THE SQUARE
TYPEWRITERS COMPLIMFNTS OF
Adding Machines Cash Registers ELIZABETHTOVVN
Check Writers BUILDING at SUPPLY Co
lk 341-351 W. Bainbridge Street
. 4, J. M. ENGLE IVIA fini ELIZABETHTOWN, PA.
u V 1 411 East High Street PHONE 553
' PHONE 14-J is General Contracto Building Suppl es
Elizabethtown 0 0 S ' bl ' P
Bu11d1ng and Loon me W,,,Ze
I O . L V X7
Assoc1ot1on WM mt
No. 23 South Market Street
A wonderful opportunity
LEHMAN 85 BOOK
DRY CLEANERS 85 DYERS
Retreading and Vulcanizing
LEAMAN,S TIRE SERVICE
205 E. Main St., Mt. Joy, Pa.
233 S. Market St. ELIZABETHTOWN, PA.
D. L. LANDIS
Phone 1 12-J
LOS ANGELES, CALIF.
Carrying the Load
Manufacturer of Wheelbarrows
BUCH MANUFACTURING CO.
LEEDOM 85 FINK
LONGENECKER FARM SUPPLY
Minneapolis-Moline Farm Machinery
M RHEEMS, PENNSYLVANIA
Phone: Elizabethtown 109-J-12
CASE FARM EQUIPMENT
LEO B. KOB
Plumbing - Heating - Hardware
AUTHORIZED DEALER IN ELIZABETHTOWN
FOR AUTOMATIC G. E. OIL AND GAS HEATING
24 South Market Street
PAINT and BODY SHOP
CLEARVIEW ES SO SERVICE
Washing - Lubrication - Tires - Batteries
2 Miles East of Elizabethtown, Pa.
PHONE 171-R-13 Box No. 91 DAVID H. BOWERS, Prop.
Serving Elizabethtown for 82 Years
L 4 C. F. SENSENIG
EAST PETERSBURG, PA.
. SEITZ TAXI
PUBLISHED ERIDAYS Phone 415'R
by J. G. Westafer and Son
OWN MAKE ICE CREAM
for a quality treat at lower prices
OLDS - PONTIAC - CADILLAC
SALES 85 SERVICE
onthe Square H. S. RISSER MOTORS
ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. Call 233
COMPLIMENTS OF SHQE COMPANY
A JAY S. RISSER GARMENT Co. INC'
Makers of Fine Shoes for Women
ELIZABETHTOVVN PLAN ING MILL
54 Brown Street Phone No. 3
MIKE'S BARBER SHOP Ph0ne367
Toilet Articles School Supplies
D H M LINDEMUTH CUT RATE
I Luncheonette and Fountain Service
Men's and Boys' Clothmg
Hershey's Ice Cream
Kodaks Sporting Goods
Auto - Fire - Life
A. LEWIS HEISEY, Agent
244 South Market Street
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
R. D. No. 2
MT. JOY, PA.
General Repair and Painting
SNYDER HILL GARAGE
R. D. No. 1 - Phone 326-W
35-37 South Market Street
Specializing in REAL ITALIAN SPAGHETTI
TEXAS HOT WEINERS-VIRGINIA BAKED HAM-ALSO BAR-B-QUES
PHONE 34-J DINNERS LUNCHEONS
Best Wishes to the
MODERN STYLE SHOP
105 South Market Street
ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. ,k
CLASS OF '52
I MUSSER'S GROCERY
EVERYTHING IN LADIES' WEAR 103 Mt- JOY Street
COMPLIMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS OF
HERTZLER'S DAIRY MOOSE THEATRE
WOLGEMUTH AND MARTIN
Colas Asphalt Paving
212 West High Street
WOLGEMUTH BROS., INC.
for Poultry and Livestock
Phone: Mt. Joy 3-955 1
WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE
31 South Market Street
WALMER'S FOOD STORE
103 North Market Street
G. K. WAGNER'S CHICKERY
Beverly Twin Market
Farm Machinery and Livestock Exchange
BABY CHICKS DUCKLINGS
TURKEY POULTS AND LIVESTOCK
Compliments of Your jeweler
y0lll04?I'J - -SiZfer:5lnifA.6
17 East High Street
Famous in Pennsylvania for 77 Years
STAUFFER,S BEAUTY SALON
114 North Poplar Street
Glorifying the American Curl
RED ROSE DAIRY
MOUNT JOY, PA.
For your 1952 Curl
PEGGY'S BEAUTY SALON
550 South Market Street
19 West High Street
T. M. EBERSOLE, PROP.
ik For that reliable Richfield Gasoline and
Richlube Motor Oil.
G For top service in washing and greasing.
903 SOUTH MARKET STREET
When yOu're hungry for cookies, cakes, or bread,
GENERAL AUTO REPAIRS
Tires - Battery - Oil
ELIZABETHTOWN BAKERY MUSSER LEGHORN FARMS
and have them deliver
MT. JOY, PA.
tempting baked products to your door.
RHEEMS MACHINE 85 WELDING Co
Bale 85 Grain Elevators 85 Feed Mixers
Machine Shop Service
Paint Glass Insulation
RHEEMS GARAGE COMPLIMENTS OF
RAFFENSPI-:RGER 85 RISSER
CARS - STUDEBAKER - TRUCKS
Allis-Chalmers Farm Machinery
LUMBER 85 MILLWORK
MOUNT Joy, R. D. 2, PA.
Old U. s. 230 - Phone Mr. Joy 3-6100
Hardware Roofing Storm Windows
Every Sewing Need
109 North Market Street
A 'ro Z LUBRICATION
735 South Market Street
CARS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED
M E AT MAR KE T
Wholesale 85 Retail
Country Dressed Beef and Pork
Phone Elizabethtown 93 7-R-3
H. B. JOHNSON
Cool and General Hauling
Phone: Mount joy 39221
KING SOLOMON said:
"The fear of the Lord is the beginning
CONGRATULATIONS IN YOUR SEARCH FOR IT
RUDY'S AMOCO STATION
BRETHREN IN CHRIST CHURCH
Hanover and Arch Streets
C. R. HEISEY - PASTOR
HEISEY BROS. QUARRIES LEW C' HERSHEY
RHEEMSPAD FOOD STORE
.k 'lOne of The Red Rose Food Stores"
CRUSHED STONE Ik
ROAD CONSTRUCTION 554 South Market Street
Best Wishes from
SPORTSWEAR MFG. CO.
3 'mr 2
45 South Market Street
COMPLIMENTS OF Modern Refreshment Spot
BELL'S MEAT MARKET wk
COMPLETE DRUG SERVICE
In a world seething with undercurrents of
hate and prejudice . . .
TYDOL SERVICE STATION
North Market and Summit Streets
BOLTZ,S BUS LINE
l . Marietta - Bainbridge
. . . it IS good to see a helping hand being
extended to one less fortunate . . . Elizabethtown
GLENN N. GAINER '
Photographer of the BEN BoLTz 85 SON Phone Mafletta
ELIZABETHTOWN CENTRE SQUARE TEL. 34-R '2 7
GOGITS MEAT MARKET
On the Square
LOREN, IVIURCHISCDN 8: C0
F All Elizabethtown High S h 1
A. S. KREIDER SHOE
me olincofn Werftftuffllil
AUDITORIUM - GYMNASIUM
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Approved by Pennsylvania State Council on Educati
Accredited by Middle States Association
Member of American Council on Education
Member of Association of American Colleges
For information write
President A. C. Baugher, Ph.D., LL.D.
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For the best in service and quality
For all Electrical Appliances, see:
JACOB B. FISHER
on APPLIANCE STORE
A Public Service
To apply its net income
solely for the benefit of
Public Schools is the ex-
clusive purpose of The
SICO Company as requir-
ed by its charter. You are
doing a public educational
service when you use
SICO gasoline and fuel oil. i
lacked , .fduxigarg
FRIENDSHIP FIRE COMPANY
High School and Fraternity
Felt Goods and Commencement
P. H. NISSLEY, MANAGER
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The American Legion
Conewago Unit 329
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'he American Legion Auxiliary
Conewago Unit 329
Sons of the American Legion
Conewago Squadron 329
Skate Your Date at
Mmnnsi-own, Rourn 1, PA.
Open Mon., Wed., Fri., Sat. Bn Sun.
Private Parties Tuesday and Friday Nights
"F or Health's Sake, Roller Skate"
BILL'S WINDOW CLEANING
THRIFT CIGAR 85 CANDY CO.
Distributors of those
Famous Candy Cupboard Chocolates
Texaco Service Station
On the Hershey-Elizabethtown Road
TYPEWRITERS TYPEWRITER 85
All Makes Rebuilt ADDING MACHINE
and Repaired RIBBONS
i J. RAYMOND SMITH
i332 W. High Street ELIZABETHTOWN, PA.
HEI SEY'S FOOD STORE
214 West Main Street
MOUNT JOY, PA.
Full Line of Groceries
Frozen Foods - Ice Cream
We Give and Redeem S Gs H Green Stamps
HENRY G. CARPENTER
Stop and Meet Your Friends at
Golf Driving Range
Played on Carpet
by Pitching Pete,
the automatic ball pitcher.
'Central Penn's Best Lighted Miniature Golf Co
ADAM H. GREER
87 East Main Street MOUNT JOY, PA
Diamonds - Watches - Silverware
MT. JOY DINER
Open Day and Night
urse' GOOD FOOD
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