Elizabethtown Area High School - Elizabethan Yearbook (Elizabethtown, PA)
- Class of 1955
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To our parents, we, the graduates of 1955, humbly and sincerely
dedicate our volume of the Elizabethan. We could not begin to enumer-
8 ate their many sacrifices which enabled us to complete our high school
training. Often we sought their counseling and advicepand they, faith-
fully and willingly, were always standing by to guide us.
Therefore, as a small expression of our appreciation for your un-
selfish love and deep understanding, we dedicate our yearbook to you,
Mother and Dad.
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The following is the history of the class of 1955, revealed for .
the first time. I
We hope that our years at the high school will be looked upon
with favor in the eyes of our associates. ' 4
As we leave behind us these years, we believe this book will
instill in the memories of all, our activities, sports, dances, class plays, Q
and, above all, the cherished friendships. .
We give this book, hoping it will long be remembered by those .
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vir. A. G. Spickler, President Mr. E. F. Groff, Vice-President
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Mr. W. E. Weaver, Treasurer 10
Mr. A. K. Garman, Secretary
LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. J. Shelly Kaylor, Mr. Ezra Bucher, Mr. I. Carlton Schuldt, Mr. J. Leaman, Mr. S. S
Ginder, Dr. J. Ralph Parrett. SEATED, LEFT TO RIGHT: C. E. Smuch, Dr. T. M. Thompson, A. B. Longenecker
SCHOO L BOARD
This group of nine fine men has given innumerable services to
help our class reach its one big goal. They have always been on hand
to help us, as a group or individually. Under the leadership of Mr. A.
G. Spickler, president, they have solved many problems which pre-
vailed during the school year.
Many thanks to these public minded gentlemen for giving us
their time in order that we may have and enioy a better school system.
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J The Class of i955 2,
Your experience up to this point has been very similar to that of most young 5,3
aople living in our area of the country. From commencement day on you'Il be
aveling in different directions. . .some of you into your work, and others into further
'eparation for what you would like to do eventually.
This is a good time in your life to stop and think about what kind of person
au would like to be ten, twenty, thirty years from now, and to consider what you'd
ke to be doing then. Other people have contributed a great deal to your lives.
we members of your families, the people with whom you have associated in school, the
'uurch group to which you belong, and the gangs with which you travel have all helped to
lake you what you are today. But in the final analysis, your happiness and success will rest
aavily upon your own decisions.
. Your teachers and schoolmates will always follow you with interest. Whether or not you
take a fortune or become famous is not importantp but we shall all be wishing for each of you a
fe in which you will find happiness in its finest sense, and a task in which you will be able to
ender our best service to eo le.
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To the Seniors:
lwant to thank you for your cooperation and understanding during the
past three years which have made our educational achievements pleasant---fo
me, at least, and I hope also for you, But now we must look into the future, 1
future which, l hope, will bring you happiness and success in the truest sense ol
To achieve this it is good to remember three things: first, real happiness is founr
in helping others. Secondly, success is attained in achievement, NOT in recognition
There is little REAL success in seeking recognition for your accomplishments, but then
is ABUNDANT success in feeling that something worthwhile has been achieved evel
though it may go entirely unnoticed. Victories, in themselves, do not necessarily make you suc-
cessful. ln fact, at times, it is possible to achieve more in defeat. An old saying among stout-
hearted athletes is, "lt is how you play the game that counts. " And you will do well to remembe
this as you look into the future. Do your very best at all times in all that you attempt.
And third, learn how to fall. As you go through life, you will, in various ways, fall fron
time to time. There is a proper way to fall as athletes so well learn in football: fight the battli
hard until you fall---then relax before you hit. This will keep you from being broken so that yo'
can fight again. The same principle holds true for the battles of life: do everything you possiblj
can with the help of God, relax when you fall so that it won't hurt too much, then get up and givi
this world of ours everything you have and, with faith in yourself and in God, you will find botl
happiness and success in the finest sense of these words.
RICHARD A. BEAVER
Gettysburg College B. A.
NORMAN E. DIEHL
Elizabethtown College B. S.
University of Pennsylvania M. S.
WALTER J. BECHTEL
Teachers College B. S.
Teachers College A. B.
WAYNE B. BLOUGH
Teachers College A. B.
University of Pennsylvania
ALTON H. EPPLER
Teachers College B. S.
WILLIAM T. FRANTZ. KENNETH GROSH MILDRED M. GRUBB
Albright College B. S. Elizabethtown College A. B. Kutztown State Teachers College B S
History, Business Education University of Pennsylvania M. S. An
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JANE K. I-IUNSECKER
West Chester State
R. DONALD HAVERSTICK DANIEL A. HOOPERT Teachers Conege Bi S,
Elizabethtown College A. B. Elizabethtown College A. B. pennsylvania State University
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Bryant College B. S.
Providence, R. I.
HENRY M. LIBHART
Franklin and Marshall College A.
Pennsylvania State University
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Lebanon Valley College A.
New York University M. A.
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PHYLLIS N. KULP
Juniata College B. S.
MABEL J. MILLER
Lebanon Valley College A. B.
RICHARD P. OVERDORF
Teachers College B. S.
Business Education Mathematicsg Driver Education
Teachers College B. S.
ROBERT I. TRIMBLE
Elizabethtown College A. B.
University of Pennsylvania LYDIA E. WAGNER
Historyg Problems of Democracyg Elizabethtown College A. B.
JOSEPH P. SEDULE
Pennsylvania State University
B. S., M. Ed.
M. RICHARD WARDEN
Teachers College B. S.
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BETTY J. WOLFGANG
B. S. Lebanon Valley
Conservative of Music
Dr. C. Stuart Smith
Miss Anna Ruth Hess Mrs. Dorothy Baker R. N.
School Secretary School Nurse
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Dr. C. C. Douglass
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Them there one's are smoothies.
Look pretty now, Carol and Franl
Bob, Shirl, and Vonnie make the likes of the teacher.
I don't like such ugly boys.
That makes me giddy inside.
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We made our decorations wonderful nice for the Sopho
Babs makes on as if she knew him.
I hope it gives what it looks like.
Fred shoots the birds down.
Doing the tree up for Santa.
Make the light out--QUICK!
B. JEAN ADAMS
"Jean" College Preparatory
Sophomore Chorus 25 Mixed Chorus 3g Music Appreciation 2g Tri-Hi-Y
I,2, 3,43 Hockey Manager 3g Journalism 2, 3, 4g Baby Sitting Club 2g
Elizabethan staff 4.
Honey blonde with clear blue eyes . . . possessor of a dry sense of humor
. . . enjoys a good practical joke .. . faithful reporter for the "Blue and
White" ... Rose Marie's side-kick ... "flips" over any size, shape, or
form of popular music ... admires "cats" .. . willbe an excellent angel
of mercy when she gets her R.N.
DALE L. ANDREWS
363 N. Market St.
"Dale" College Preparatory
Band r, 2, 3,4g Orchestra I,2, 3, 4g Hi-Y 1,2,3g Chaplain Ig Key Club
2, 3, 45 Football 1, 2, 3, 4g Basketball 2, 3, 4g Baseballz, 3, 4g Chess Club
4g Treasurer 4, Class Play 3, 4g Class President 2, 3, 45 Red Cross 2.
One ofour tall guys . .. all around athlete . . . neat dresser . . . lover boy
in junior class play ... takes a hand to "fiddling" everybody's pal.
. . often seen with "one" head majorette . . . drives a crazy Packard . . .
college, here he comes .. . a great guy.
KENNETH R. ANDREWS
Basketball 35 Mixed Chorus I, 2, 3, 4g F. H.A. 4g President 4.
Blonde and good-looking .. . sports enthusiast . . . always has a friendly
smile for everyone . . . "Aw heck" . .. sparklingblue eyes .. . one of the
"cat" gang . . . very proud of the shirt he madewhile mastering the home
ec. course offered to senior boys this year . . . success will be his.
ROBERT C. BAILEY
E. Cherry St.
Football Ig Sophomore Chorus 2, Mixed Chorus 2, 3,4g Boys' Chorus 2,
3g Key Club 2, 3,4g Hi-Y 2, 3, Mixed Ensemble 3,4g Boys' Quartet 3g
Class Play 3, Journalism Club 3,4g Elizabethan Staff 45 Chess Club 4.
Tall, dark, and witty ... usually can be found stocking shelves at the
Acme ... "Where's Larry?" ... always ready for a party ... excellent
dancer ... one of the few males in I2-3 .. . Bob will carry his briefcase
to his office in the years to come.
ROBERT G. BAILEY
R. EJF2, Elizabethtown
"Bob" College Preparatory
East Donegal--Future Farmers of America Ig Hi-Y I, 2, 3g Photography
Club Ig Vice-President 3g Science Club 25 Hunting Club 3g Rifle Club
3g Hi-Y 4.
Father's right hand man on their pheasant farm ... active in religious
work ... explores the outdoors "You said it" --Bob detests thatiazz
music .. . treasure his father's Ford .. . conservative ... will study the
field of Evangelism in the years to come.
HENRY D. BALDWIN
569 E. High st.
Football 3,4g Hi-Y 2, 3g Key Club 3,4g Elizabethan Staff 4g Hall Pa-
trol 3g Biology Club 4.
One of our football fellas ... takes life with a stride ... gives frequent
parties . . . "How 'bout that? " . . . just look at Baldy eating fried scallops
. .. devotes his extra moments to hunting "Ann" fishing ... came to us
after spending several years in England . . . an Air Force man.
MARY JANE BANKLER
44 N. Poplar St.
Band 2, 3,4g Tri-Hi-Y I, 2, 3, 4g Sophomore Chorus 2g Indoor Patrol 4,
Tall with striking attractiveness . . . high stepping majorette .. . always
has a smile for everyone ... often seen with Nan .. . hobbies: movie
magazines and talking ... will make an eye catching secretary ... "Oh,
my word" .. . smooth complexion . . . sharp dresser . . . PGI peeve--ear
ly moming band practices.
BARBARA A, BECKER
515 N. Hanover St,
Tri-Hi-Y 1,2, 3,4g Girls' Chorus 1,3g Sophomore Chorus 2g Mixed Cho-
rus 3g Cheerleading 2,3,4g Indoor Patrol 4g Elizabethan Staff 45 Music
Appreciation I, 25 Class Play 4: Baby Sitting Club 21 Play Committee
4: Junior Red Cross I.
Cheers the E. A. H. S. Bears OH V0 ViCl0fy. . .did a fine job as Jenny in the
Senior play. . . always laughing, but--warning! --don't crack your gum in
Bab's presense, , ,interested in fishing and clothes. . ,beautiful hair. , .will
pound a typewriter as a career,
DORIS ANN BEINHAUER
52 South Poplar St,
"Doris" Home Economics
Tri-Hi-Y I,2,4g F.H.A. 2, 3.
Quiet but friendly . . , favorite saying, "Better late than never" . .. sweet
smile and wavy hair .. . adds up to one swell gal . ., sea -food lover . ..
faithful TV watcher .. . ambition--office worker . . . lots of luck to you,
ELAINE I. BOYER
I 33 Park St.
Tri-Hi-Y I, 2, 3,4g Scribe 25 SophomoreChorus 2g Girls' Chorus 3g Mu-
sic Appreciation 2g Hockey Manager 35 Elizabethan Staff 43 Indoor Pa-
trol 4g Baby Sitting Club I.
Beautiful, long, brown tresses .. . full of pep ,. . "Oh heavens" .. . dur-
ing the summer, Elaine can be found by any stream fishing--of course,
not alone- -Bill's always there .. . excels in gym ... someday will ful-
fill some boss's dream of a good secretary.
RUTH MARGARET BRAIN
"Ruthie" College Preparatory
Tri-Hi-Y 3,4g Mixed Chorus 33 Elizabethan Staff 4: Girardville-Libra-
ry Staff I, 2, Girls' Chorus I,2.
Keeps late hours reading the latest books . . . quiet--until you know her
... just can't OJ wait for French class . . . must be another Italian food
lover as she devours plenty of pizza . . . has an unusually interesting name
--she tries to live up to it ... deserves only the best.
CLARENCE E. BRUBAKER
"Clarence" College Preparatory
Boys' Chorus I, 2g Mixed Chorus I, 25 Sophomore Chorus 2g ChesssClub
Usually seen but seldom heard . . . a pleasing smile and friendly "Hello"
for everyone "My word" travels to school in his father's '53
Chevrolet . . . utilizes his spare time by reading .. . future years will
find Clarence as a hard working farmer.
DORIS O. BRUBAKER
Girls' Chorus I,2,3g Tri-Hi-Y I,2,3,4g Elizabethan Staff 4, Office
Snappy dresser . . . "Miss Shorty" . . . Saturday nights find her at Fisher's
selling records, but she'd rather be elsewhere ... sweet smile ... cute
. .. 'Oh my gosh" . . here she comeswith another porkbarbeque ... la-
dies bound to come and get their permanents, manicures, and facials
WILLIAM I. CLARKE
54 Washington St.
Hi-Y 2, 33 Football rg Basketball I,2, 3,4g Baseball 3,43 Chess Club
43 Chorus 4.
"You better believe it" ... tall, blond, and handsome ... lover boy ..
. why teachers get grey ... great asset to the basketball team .. . mem-
ber of the "Gooey" club ... "Say something nice to the girls" ... here
comes the "white collar" man.
GERALDINE L. CODY
Birehland Ave., Mt. Joy
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3,45 Journalism 2, 3,4g Mixed Chorus I,2, 35 StudentCoun-
cil 2g Elizabethan Staff 45 Junior Play 3g Senior Play 4g Indoor Patrol
"Piddle-de-dee" -- here comes that cute little gal from the South ...
sparkles when the name "Donnie" is mentioned .. . loves spaghetti ...
did a wonderful portrayal as Anne in junior class play and Vivian in sen-
ior class play ... owner of an A-I personality ... bound to succeed as
an R, N.
YVONNE E. COSNER
"Vonnie" College Preparatory
Tri-Hi-Y I,2,3,4g Sophomore Chorus 2g Music Appreciation 2g Jour-
nalism 2, 3,4g Mixed Chorus 3g Girls' Chorus 3g Elizabethan Staff 45
Baby smmg Club 2.
Pretty, naturally curly hair . . . has already had a sample of college life
... "I just CAIN Tdo it" ... men trouble galore ... frequently seenwith
Essie and Io .. . learned to knit argyles . .. "It's terrific! " ... sure to suc-
ceed as an elementary school teacher.
ANN S. COULSON
Tri-Hi-Y I,2, 3,45 President I5 Chaplain 25 Vice President 45 Chorus
I,2, 35 Student Council 45 Elizabethan Staff 45 Cheerleader 25 Class
Secretary 3, 45 Indoor Patrol I,2, 3,45 Junior Red Cross I.
Small bundle of dynamite . . . cute and charming . . . relishes pizza and
sundaes . . . perks up when someone mentions "Fred" . . . heads for Wil-
liams Grove in the summer keeps class records accurately ... pet
peeve--Albright College losing a football game . .. sure to succeed as a
medical secretary or a housewife.
PAUL M. CRUM
Basketball I,2,3,45 Captain 35 School Patrol 35 Captain 35 Football
45 Gym Club 4.
Athlete . . . constantly saying, "I'm hungry" . .. dark complexioned . ..
hunting and fishing "Phyl's" his spare moments ... short and very cute
. . . did the punting for the football team . . . would rather watch TV than
go to school . . . one swell guy .. . we'l1 be proud of him as a pro base-
JAY C. DOUGLASS
IIO7 S, Market St,
"Jay" College Preparatory
Band I, 25 Orchestra 2, 3,45 Journalism 25 Mixed Chorus 3,45 Boys' Cho-
rus 35 Key Club 3,45 Chess Club 4.
Just a "wee" thing .. . mighty cute . . . always clowning ... drives neat
cars . .. brain? ... "We don't have any French homework" ... loads of
fun . . . great sense of humor . .. not another like him . .. seems to be
headed the college way.
GUY S, EDMISTON IR.
604 South Mount Joy Street
"Guy" College Preparatory
Band 1,2,3,45 Orch. 1,2,3,45 Sophomore Chorus 25 Mixed Chorus 2.
3,45 Mixed Ensemble 35 Boys' Chorus 2,35 Football I5 Hi-Y I,2, 35
Key Club 2, 3,45 President 3,45 Student Council I,2: Class Play 3. 4:
Biology Club 45 Elizabethan Staff 45 Ass't Photography Editor 4.
Dark'n dignified ... super brain power ... cuts a mean figure on the
dance floor ... "I'll be Joe Dogged" ... natural leader ... "Where's
Joanie?" ... has traveled extensively ... plans to enter the ministry.
MARY JEAN ESPENSHADE
R. DAL2, Harrisburg-Lancaster Pike
"Essie" College Preparatory
Tri-Hi-Y I,2, 3, 43 Secretary 2,4g Journalism 2, 3,4g Junior Red Cross
Ig Library Staff Ig Sophomore Chorus 2g Mixed Chorus 3g Baby Sitting
Club 2g Play Committee 3, 4g Chairman 4g Class Secretary 2g Blue and
White Co-Editor 4, Elizabethan Staff 4g Literary Editor 4.
Small and cute . .. always eating . . . flashingsmile and swell personali-
ty .. . ice-hockey fan . .. "Shall lknit you a pair of socks?" . . . always
looks nice . .. designs and makes some of her clothes . . . Joanne's con-
stant companion . .. ambition: teaching handicapped children .. . will
do a topnotch job.
MARY EMMA FETTER
"Mary Emma" College Preparatory
Sophomore Chorus 25 Journalism 2, 3, 4g Tri-Hi-Y I, 2, 3,4g Hockey I,
2,3,4g Elizabethan Staff 4, Play Committee 4g Baby Sitting Club 25
Class Play 3, Music Appreciation 2.
Short and sweet sparkling brown eyes with beguilding dimples ...
speedster on the hockey field . .. intelligence plus . .. always has a joke
to tickle someone's funny bone . .. inseparable from Fran . . . photogra-
phy fiend . . . Pours busily over college catalogues but just can't see one
to fit her needs.
ROSE MARIE FISHER
53 E. High St.
"Rose Marie" College Preparatory
Hockey I, 2, 3, 4g Tri-I-Ii-Y I, 2, 3, 45 Journalism 2, 3, 4g Blue and White
Co-Editor 4g Elizabethan Staff 3,4g Assistant Literary Editor 4g Sopho-
more Chorus 25 Mixed Chorus 3g Class Play 33 Music Appreciation 23
Baby Sitting Club 2.
Never a dull momentwhefn Rosemarie's around . . . pretty smile . . . whiz-
zes over the countryside in the "Pink Wonder" . . . Could do without those
conservative drivers .. . attractive clothes . .. more hockey bruises .,.
sports fan, but partial to swimming and riding .. . hopes to become a la-
dy in white.
DARLENE JENE FITZWATER
I7 South Poplar Street
Sophomore Chorus 2g Mixed Chorus 3, Tri-Hi-Y I, 2, 3,4g Band 3, 4g
Hockey I, 2, 3, 4: ' Elizabethan Staff 4.
All around athlete ... winning personality ... terrific fullback on the
championship hockey team ,.. "Yes" .. . natural clown and comic
loves Italian pizza and hoagies . . . eagerly awaits mail call . . . idolizes
tall, dark, men . .. future?--office work and thena homebody as a house-
LARRY E. FORWOOD
"Forwood" College Preparatory
Sophomore Chorus 23 Boys' Quartet 3: Boys' Chorus 35 Mixed Chorus 3,
Labors at the Acme store in order to pay for broken chemistry equipment
. .. reads literature 03 in his spare time ... putts to school from New-
ville in his little blackChevie . . . short and cute . . . often seenwith Bill
Mixed Chorus 3, 45 Boys' Chorus 3, Hi-Y 2, 3.
"Our clown, Charlie" . .. blonde . . . smile for everyone... buzzes around
in his '40 Chrysler . .. slaves at the Masonic Homes ... ask him how he
likes fixing things other people break ... "Hi Doc" .. . will become an
outstanding industrial mechanic after he receives that long awaited di-
MELVIN R. GERHART
361 Bainbridge St.
Hi-Y 2, 3, 4.
"Dig that crazy cat" . . . hot-rods around the country in his Ford . . . staff
member at Greiner's French Fries keep Mel happy . .. every chance
he gets it's into an airplane and off for a ride ... this gives him experi-
ence for his planned career--aircraft mechanics.
J, NEVIN GISH
Sophomore Chorus 2g Mixed Chorus 2, 33 Boys' Chorus 35 Debate Club 4.
One of the quieter members of 12-3 .. . can't decide which he likes best
--hunting, fishing or sleeping.. . likes his girls to be quiet... loyal, cho-
rus member . . . "Who's the wise one" . .. who said Nev won't have a big
farm of his own?
NANCY I. GOOD
318 Park St,
Sophomore Chorus 2g Girls' Chorus 3g Tri-Hi-Y I,2, 3,4g Hockey I, 2,
3,4g Cheerleading 2, 3, 4g Indoor Patrol 4: Elizabethan Staff 4.
Small and attractive .. . bouncybrownette . .. cheery smile . . . scored
frequent goals from her left inner position on the hockey team . . . vim,
vigor, and vitality plus ... "l's gonna git you" ... excels in all sports
. .. pals around with Janie .. . intends to become a very capable secre-
JAMES R. GOODLING
423 E. High St.
Hi-Y 1.2, 3.
Another one of the famous "Goodlings" ... sly grin ... sharpshooter
with the bow and arrow ... flies over town on his motorcycle .. . has a
large model airplane collection . . . when Jim becomes a farmer, he'll
grow lots of potatoes to be baked, of course.
AUDREY MAIDELL GRIMM
"Sis" Home Economics
Girls' Chorus 2, 4g F.H.A. 2, 3, 4.
Wide-eyed miss ... very ladylike and dainty ... chooses reading as a
favorite pastime ... skillful with her skates ... active and interested
member of the F.H.A. . . . can put away great quantities ofFrench Fries
if the occasion calls for it . . . looking forward to becoming a successful
FRED E. HARZER
426 Ridge Road
"Rick" College Preparatory
Hi-Y 35 Secretary 3g Key Club 2, 3,43 Secretary 43 Mixed Chorus I:
Band I,2,3,4g Orchestra I,2,3,4g Football 3,45 Basketball 35 Baseball
3.4. Journalism Club 23 Chess Club 4g Elizabethan Staff 4.
Driver of a HOT Henry I ... Bird-dog's buddy ... serves customers at
King's Store. .. another flat-top ... sporty clothes. . . one of the "Fred's"
. .. keen about homemade spaghetti . . . how he wishes old men would
stay off the highways .. . good luck as an industrial engineer.
TERESA LEE HERR
362 North Hanover St.
Tri-Hi-Y I,2, 3, 45 Sophomore Chorus 25 Band Front 3,45 Class Play 4.
Short'n cute ... oh, what a dizzy girl ... swings a baton in the band
front ... best friends are Ruthe and Sandy ... often found at Tony's ...
Tess in the senior play . .. can well be proud of her personality.
NANCY IRENE HESS
"Nan" Home Economics
Tri-Hi-Y I5 F.H.A. 2,3,4,g Vice-President 45 Sophomore Chorus 25
MixedChorus 3,45 Girls'Chorus 3,45 StudentCouncil 2, 3,45 Elizabeth-
an staff 4.
"Good gravy", ..attractive. .. enthusiastic F.H.A. member ... doctors
many bruises from roller skating. . , the piano provides spare time enjoy-
ment for Nan. . . dislikes people who complain about their health.. .will
look very snappy when modeling for some big store.
LARRY WILLIAM HIPPENSTEEL
214 Mt. Joy St.
"Hipp" College Preparatory
Sophomore Chorus 25 Hi-Y I, 2, 3,45 President 45 Football I, 2, 3,45 Co-
Captain 45 Basketball I, 2, 3, 45 Baseball I, 2, 3, 45 Gym Club 2, 3,4.
Small but mighty ... versatile man of the gridiron .. . contributed loads
of encouragement to our team. . .often seen flying over town on his little
motorcycle ... a true friend to all . .. makes a hobby of sports ... rel-
ishes ice cream and a good TV show ... undecided about his future.
ROBERT B. HILL
905 S. Market St,
"Bob" College Preparatory
Orchestra I,2, 3, 45 Band 2, 3,45 Key Club 2, 3,45 Secretary 2, 35 Hi-
Y I,2,35 Elizabethan Staff 45 Biology Club 45 Mixed Chorus 3,45
Accompanist 45 Boys' Chorus 35 Accompanist 35 Sophomore Chorus
25 Mixed Ensemble 3.
Ca n't sit still for a minute . . . flat top . . . "intelligence par excellence"
... has lost some of his New England drawl ... clown ... saws his
cello for the Harrisburg Symphony ... did a terrific job as Rupert in
the junior class play ... sure to be a great success.
LENA FAY HOERNER
Tri-Hi-Y I, 2, 3, 4, Sophomore Chorus 2, Mixed Chorus 3, Elizabethan
Staff 4, Baby Sitting Club 2.
Talks a mile a minute . .. cute from any angle ... little and lively . .
. Ruthie's right hand . . . getting an education at Hitz's . . . "Heyl " . . .
enjoys all sports but favors swimming ... detests getting caught with
gum in classes .. . aims to be both a housewife and a secretary.
MARY IOANNE HOFFMAN
47 E. Washington St.
Orchestra 3,4, Mixed Chorus 3,4, Mixed Ensemble 3,4, Girls' Trio 3,
4, Music Appreciation 2, Sophomore Chorus 2, Debate Club 4, Eliza-
bethan Staff 4, Instrumental Music Librarian I, 2, 3.4.
Has painted several landscapes in oils . .. efficient artist. . . enjoys good
music . . . always there when needed. . . spends many hours helping Mr.
Klauss and does an excellent job of it .. . "Oh, noi not another early
morning band rehearsal" . . . plans to be a commercial artist.
FRANCES E. HOOVER
"Fran" College Preparatory
Sophomore Chorus 2, Tri-Hi-Y I, 2, 3, 4, President 2, 4, Chaplain 3,
Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 3, 4, Joumalism 2, 3, 4, Cheerleading 3, 4,
StudentCouncil 2, 3,4, Treasurer 2, Vice President 3g President 4, Eli-
zabethan Staff 4, Class Historian I, 2, 3, 4, Blue and White Sports Edi-
Bubbling personality . . . honest and upright captivating charm . . . att-
ractive leader of Tri-Hi-Y and Student Council ... top notch athlete .
. . speedy center forward and sparkplug of the "E-town Hockey Eleven"
, ., unanimously elected captain for two years . .. heady over Eddie ..
. "exalted" class historian. . . bound to succeed in any field of her choice
with her many talents.
J. ROSCOE HUMMER
R.D.ff3, Elizabethtown A
Boys' Chorus 2, Sophomore Chorus 2, Elizabethan Staff 4, Debate Club
Loquacious . . . slaves away his spare hours at Musser's store . . . pet peeve
is women . .. overactive sleepiness . . . drives his own car . , . always
ready for a laugh .. . says he will be a bachelor,
FRED E. KAUFFMAN
426 Groff Avenue
"Bird-dog" College Preparatory
Football I, 2, 3, 4g Basketball I, 2, 3, 43 Key Club 2, 3, 43 Vice-President
4g Hi-Y 2, 3, Chess Club 4g Elizabethan Staff 4.
"Live-wire" of Home Room 26 .. . peepie-keeper at Longenecker's . ..
our "Bird-dog" . .. hard hitting linesman of the football team . . . proud
of his new CU Plymouth .,. flattop .. . flashywardrobe .. . nextseveral
years will find Fred preparing to be an industrial engineer.
JOAN E. KAUTZ
IO3 N. Hanover St.
"J081'1i6" College Preparatory
Tri-Hi-Y I,2, 33 Chess Club 4g Sophomore Chorus 2, Mixed Chorus 33
Indoor Patrol 2, 3: Elizabethan Staff 4g Hockey 3.
Constantly laughing . . . some one blushing? --that must be Joanie. . . al-
ways trying to borrow her sister's '37 Buick ... better late than never,
huh, Kautzie? . .. prefers a pizza pie to a man . .. takes frequent busi-
ness U1 trips to Hitz's . .. a real nice kid and friend to all.
THELMA MAE KEENER
408 Snyder Avenue
"Thel" College Preparatory
Mixed Chorus 35 Library Staff 3,4.
Completed three years of her education through correspondence . . . en-
joys spending her spare time reading or cooking. .. quiet. . . pretty brown
eyes .. . has seen alarge part of the country through her travels ... looks
forward to a career of teaching.
PATRICIA JOANNE KELLEY
"Pa tti " Commercial
Girls' Chorus I,2,3g Tri-Hi-Y I,2, 3,43 Indoor Patrol 4: Elizabethan
Staff 45 Bus Patrol 4.
Lustrous brown hair. . . thatinfectious laugh . . . expert in the art of tumb-
ling . .. loves the combinationwhich when put together makes chili . . .
enjoys gliding across the ice on her skates .. . ask her about people who
crack their gum ... WAFS--here comes our gal, Patti.
DORIS R, KREIDER
158 E. Park St.
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4g Girls' Chorus 4.
Short ... always on the go ... Ioanie's other half... pedals her way
around town on her bicycle . .. "Creeps" . . . spends her time reading .
. . morning always comes too soon for Doris ... undecided about the
DORIS JEAN KUHN
"Jean" College Preparatory
Bainbridge Senior Playg Editor Yearbookg Mixed Chorus x,2, 3, 4g Girls'
Chorus I, 2, 3, 4.
Light brown hair and pretty brown eyes . . . friendly newcomer from Bain-
bridge ... loves coconut custard pie .. . always has a cheery smile for
everyone . . . active participantin church work . . . will have a success-
DOROTHY ELIZABETH LEBER
443 E. High St. A
Tri-Hi-Y l,2, 3,4g Sophomore Chorus 2g Girls' Chorus 33 Indoor Patrol
Always busy . . . oodles of pep .. . wide-as-a-mile smile . . . "Gee Whiz"
-she's writing another letter . . . nothinglike driving a car, says Dot . . .
could live without conceited people . . . pretty black hair and a pleasant
smile . . . another of our many secretaries.
RUTH E. LEHMAN
107 N. Spruce St.
Tri-Hi-Y I,2,3,4g Girls' Chorus 25 Mixed Chorus 3g Elizabethan
Short, blonde, and cute ... likes Italian spaghetti and pizza
"Hey" . .. why do teachers always catch Ruthie with gum? . . . her
pastimes are eating and tennis . .. a fine waitress at Tony's . .. her
ambition: to become an office worker and housewife.
GALEN R. LESHER
30 Summit st.
"Galen" College Preparatory
Mixed Chorus 3, 45 Boys' Chorus 2, 35 SophomoreChorus 25 Hi-Y 35 Key
Club 3,45 Band I, 2, 3,45 Gym Club 45 Elizabethan Staff 4.
Takes life with a stride . . . our photography editor . . . nothing like a good
dance, says Galen . . . hard working band member .. . crew cut . .. en-
joys psychology classes . . . hunts Csmallj game with Jonny . . . the future
will find him constructing skyscrapers.
RUTH M. LONG
"Ruthie" Home Economics
Girls' Chorus 2, 3,45 Tri-Hi-Y X5 F.H.A. 2,3,45 Historian 45 Eliza-
bethan Staff 4.
Studious and efficient ... rather a quiet but a most pleasant member of
our class . .. active participant in all F.H.A. activities .. . also served
as its historian during her senior year . . . dabs in her oil paints during lei-
sure hours . . . no one can understand her passion for mashed potatoes . . .
destined to succeed.
ANNABEL H. LONGENECKER
326 E. High St.
Tri-Hi-Y I,2,3,4g Sophomore Chorus 25 Mixed Chorus 33 Elizabethan
The gal with the pretty black hair . .. could spend all her time driving
her dad's car. . . if he'd let her have it. .. pet peeve--boring historyclas-
ses . . . "Oh my heavens"--must be our Bell talking .. . enjoys frequent
trips tothe Clearview Diner--especially after a date with that certain guy.
LAWRENCE C. LOOKENBILL
Football 3,45 Sportsmen's Club atMechanicsburg 45 Basketball 3, 45 Gym
Pleasant addition to our class this year ... a great hunter and fisherman
. .. likable .. . excels in sports ... quiet .. . one of the Bainbridge gang
. .. member of the Sleepers-in-Class Club . .. hopes to be sporting in a
Marine uniform after graduation
JON R. MAY
28 W. Hummelstown St.
"stony" College Preparatory
Elizabethan Staff 2, 3,4g Editor-in-chief 4g Football I,3g Hi-Y I,2, 3g
Key Club 3,4g Gym Club 45 Class Vice-President 4.
Our great editor ... iust look at that smile! . .. dark and cute . .. effi-
cient artist . . . takes time out for pastime--athletics . . . likes guns--any
size or shape .. . all round swell guy . . . getting first hand experience at
Kreamer's on his future career--pharmacy.
DALLAS L. McCURDY
Hi-Y 1,2, 35 Football I,2, 3, 4g MixedChorus 4g ChessClub 4g Olym-
pic Club I, 2.
Real crazy cat . . . witty . . . sharp clothes . . . "Why can't I sleep in class? "
. . . often seen atTony's . . . everybody's friend . . . flashy smile . . . always
finds time for some good hot jazz . . . crazy about ravioli . . . wants to fly
in the wild blue yonder--A ir Force.
RICHARD LEON McCURDY
"Rich" College Preparatory
Mixed Chorus I, 2, 3, President Senior Class at Bainbridge 33 Yearbook
Staff at Bainbridge 3.
Owner of a swell personality ... intelligent, calm, cool, and collected
. .. our FBI man . .. president of his class at Bainbridge "Oh gee, I
wish I had some ice cream" . . . gentlemanwho prefers blondes . . . eve-
rybody's buddy . .. best of luck to one who really deserves it.
"Dee" Home Economics
F.H.A. 2, 3,4g Historian 3g Secretary-Treasurer 4: Indoor Patrol 33 Tri-
Cute any way you look at it ... avid collector of records . .. "He goes
like a mad-man, " says Dee . . . morning is the worst part of her day . . .
likes to drive Bob 's car . . . sure to make a tidy little housewife.
MARIAN H. MEINHARDT
258 W. Bainbridge St.
Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y I, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, Journalism 2, Mixed
Chorus 3,4, Sophomore Chorus 2, Girls' Trio 3,4, F.H.A. 3g Eliza-
bethan Staff 4, Assistant Business Manager 4, Play Prompter 3,4, Play
Pretty brown eyes . . . hard-hitting fullback on the hockey team . . . in-
terests range from "Jerry" to "Jerry" .. . "All righty" .. . could do with-
out all the homework assignments . .. wonderful alto voice . .. will be a
success when the farmer takes a wife.
RITA J. MORRIS
Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3,4, Elizabethan Staff 4, Indoor Patrol 4.
Ie-t black hair . . . bubbling over withpersonalitv . . . holds an interest for
Palmyra. . . lives to eat pizza and spaghetti. . . everybody's pal. . . "What's
the matter for you?" .. . pet peeve--walking the long mile to catch the
IIO South Market St.
Tri-Hi-Y I, 2, 3, 4, Sophomore Chorus 2.
Talkative ... obeys OJ all sizes and shapes of laws--wonder why? ...
oh, what a giggle ... smart clothes ... often heard saying, "Watch that
stuffl" .. . enjoys eating hoagies ... keeps the morale of the Navy high
by her numerous letters .. . bound to succeed as a secretary.
SANDRA JEAN NAGEL
48 South Poplar Street
Tri-Hi-Y I, 2, 3,4, Elizabethan Staff 4.
Blonde bombshell .. . infectious giggle and charm ... scads of apparel .
. . inhabits a booth at Tony's in partnership with Ruthe . . . keeps her trim
shape although she makes a hobby of eating . . . spends a smallfortune in
postage stamps . . . there's a Freddy in her future ... looking forward to
becoming a housewife.
321 E. Park St.
"Carol" College Preparatory
Tri-Hi-Y I,2,3,4g Secretary rp Scirbe 4g Sophomore Chorus 2g Mixed
Chorus 3,4g Girls' Chorus 4g Cheerleading Ig Music Appreciation 2g Ba-
by Sitting Club 2g Elizabethan Staff 4g Class Treasurer I.
"We1l, I'll be dipped" . .. spent a very enjoyable vacation at the shore .
. .. friend to all . .. often seen in a '54 Olds with Jim. ..cute and has a
swell personality .. . our captivating Corn Queen . . . record fan . .. part
time hash slinger at Metzler's .. . plans to be a housewife.
AUDRA MAE NEWCOMER
40 Orange St.
"Audra" College Preparatory
Tri-Hi-Y I, 2, 3, Scribe Ig Music Appreciation 2g Ioumalism 2, 3, 4g So-
phomore Chorus 2g Mixed Chorus 3g Elizabethan Staff 3, 4g Chess Club
45 Class Play 3, 4, Blue and White Social Editor 4g Baby Sitting Club 2.
Future elementary teacher ... Penn State bound ... sure to keep her
classroom bright and gay at all times ... friendly to all ... values her
large collection of salt and pepper shakers . .. cannot be found without
Kautzie .. . "Heavens to Betsy" ... gets excellent report cards.
JOAN H. NEY
443 E. Park Street
Library Staff 1,2,3,4g Secretary 25 Tri-Hi-Y I,2, 3g Sophomore Chorus
2g Mixed Chorus 3, 45 Girls' Trio 3,43 Mixed Ensemble 3,4g Girls' Cho-
rus 3, 43 Junior High Accompanist 3.
Enjoys music of any kind . . . prompt people win Ioan's compliments . . .
can be found arranging 'books in the school library . . . never seen without
Doris ... "Isn't that terrific!" ... short and blonde ... likes to eat ...
especially meat and potatoes . . . will spend her future surrounded by mu-
RACHEL L. OBER
Tri-Hi-Y Ig F.H.A. 2,3g Vice President 3.
Quiet--until she gets started ... occasionly drives to school in a green
Ford .. . "Oh my word" .. . friendly and dependable ... an ardent book-
worm . .. pleasant disposition .. . will prepare her favorite food, plenty
of French fries, when she becomes a housewife.
THOMAS W. OFFER
4 R.D.4f4, Elizabethtown
Hi-Y 2, 3, Chess Club 4, President 4.
Easy-going .. . a blond shorty . .. doodles with tools .. . the guy from
"South of the Border" ... woman-hater ... an outdoorsman--beware
fishl ... can be shy and quiet sometimes ... will become famous as
one of Uncle Sam's fine helpers.
ALLEN W. POWELL
"Fro ggie" General
Basketball I, 31 Band I, 2, Chess Club 4.
When not sleeping, raises the roofof room 25 .. . bowling fan . . . takes
frequent vacations from school ... hunter and fisherman .. . "You had
better believe it" . .. works hard at setting up pins ...-after receiving
his diploma he will wear the Air Force blues.
JACK L. RICE
58 Orange St.
Chess Club 4.
One of those Rice boys ... check that innocent look . . . in summer,
just look for him at a miniature golf course . . . another one who pre-
fers loafing . .. "What d' you say?" .. . may be a future general in
the Army . . . pastime--making wheelbarrows for Buch's.
ANNE M. RISSER
Linden A venue
"Anne" College Preparatory
Baby-Sitting Club 2, President 2, Orchestra I, 2, 3, 4, Concertmeister
4, String Ensemble I, 2, Band Escort 2, 3, 4, Captain 3,4, Library Staff
2, Tri-Hi-Y l, 2, 3, 4, Sophomore Chorus 2, Mixed Chorus 3, Journa-
lism Club 2, 3, 4, Elizabethan Staff 3, 4, Art Editor 4, Class Play 3, 4.
Tall, dark, and talented ... proud of the ribbons she's won for her
show horse "Knight Cap" . . . mad about the seashore . .. efficient cap-
tain of the colorguard . . . gave most enjoyable parties .. . survives on
chocolate frosts . .. possesses keen sense of humor . . . looking forward
to a wonderful collegiate future.
HARRY WOODROW RISSER
Band I, 2, 3,43 Hi-Y 2, 3.
"Do you care?" ... dark and rugged ... takes pride in his car ... de-
livery boy for Greiner's . . . long supporter of the band . . . friend of all
. .. often found at Tony's ... devours sea-food and French fries
plans to achieve success in the Air Force.
FRED A. Sl-IOOP
Bainbridge Yearbook Staff 3g Mixed Chorus I,2,3,4g Secretary at
Bainbridgeg Hi-Y 4.
Dark and handsome "Oh how he hates to get up in the mornin" .
. . avid consumer of Dairy Queen milkshakes .. . driver of an Olds ..
. secretary of senior class at Bainbridge .. , sure to go places with that
smile and those dimples!
EMMARENE S. SMITH
209 East High Street
Tri-Hi-Y I, 2, 3,43 Elizabethan Staff 4.
Cheerful disposition . . . chatters amiably . . . wavy bl0HdC 1OCkS -- -
divides her spare time between roller skating and reading . . . dislikes
to work late . . , "Oh nuts" . . . devours huge amounts of ice cream ..
easy to getalong with .. , plans her future as a socialworker ... we
know she'll succeed.
LARRY G. SNYDER
R.D. 42, Elizabethtown
Band 3,4g Key Club 3,4g Football 3,4g Baseball 3,4g Basketball 33 Hi-
Y 35 Chess Club 43 Mixed Chorus 43 Elizabethan Staff 4.
Why must women drive? tall and lanky .,. hamburgers help to keep
Jelly healthy . . . "I'm warning you" . . . can be found hunting or tooting
his saxophone . . . will someday fly over the blue horizon as an Air Force-
PEGGY IOA NNE STA HL
411 rfz E. High St.
Tri-Hi-Y 1.2, 3,45 Indoor Patrol 4g Elizabethan Staff 4g Class Play 4.
Long, wavy hair .. . pleasant personality .. . excellent choice of clothes
. .. usually hungry .. . daydreamer... "Dig that" .. . pet peeve--people
who show off. . . when not roller skating, Peg goes dancing . . . will hang
this sign on some door--"Private Secretary, Peggy Stahl".
JOYCE LORETTA STEFFEN
R.D. ffl, Elizabethtown
'- Ioycieu Commercial
Girls' Chorus I, 3, Shophomore Chorus 2g Tri-Hi-Y Ig Music APPICCU'
tion 2g Indoor Patrol 43 School Bus Patrol 4.
Pretty blonde . . . keeps the Post Office department busy with her many
letters . . . "I'll say". . . Joyce wishes the person behind her in the movie
wouldn't munch that popcorn. . . commutes from the metropolis of New-
ville each day ... one big smile for "Neal" . . . another of Uncle Sam's
VELMA L. STUM
R.D. 42, Hershey
"Velma" Home Economics
F.H.A. 2, 3,4g Treasurer 35 Indoor Patrol 3.
Attractive blonde . . . somebody say "Holy cow"? . . . that was Velma you
heard ... after school hours find her working at Paxson's Cut Rate ...
just loves to ride in someone's '53 Pontiac . . . enjoys swimming and mi-
niature golf . . . most certain to succeed as a perfect housewife.
Amy L, Sweigart
R.D. ffl, Elizabethtown
Girls' Chorus 2: Tri-Hi-Y 4g Elizabethan Staff 4.
"Oh no"--is that Amy cooking her favorite dish, chili? . . . small brown-
ette. . . see her smile and look at those dimplesl . . . when not with Vel-
ma, found at the nearest roller rink ... gymnast ... sure to keep some
lucky boss's book in tip-top order.
SHIRLEY M, THOMPSON
127 Park Street
"Shir-1" College Preparatory
Sophomore Chorus 25 Mixed Chorus 3,45 Accompanist 25 Girls' Chorus
45 Ensemble 45 Tri-Hi-Y I,2, 3,45 Elizabethan Staff 45 Cheerleading
I,2,3,45 Captain 2, 4.
Charming and vivacious blonde . .. sparking personality ... avid party
goer. . . energetic captain of our cheering squad . .. chosen "Miss Eliza-
bethtown" ... spends her spare time creating a very chic wardrobe ...
always ready to take any sort of a crazy jaunt .. . definitely date bait . .
. intends to become a topnotch housewife.
GEORGIANNA M. ULRICH
226 W. Bainbridge St.
"Georgie" College Preparatory
Library Staff I, 2, 35 Journalism 2, 3, 45 Blue and White Novelty Editor 45
Class Play 35 Hockey Manager 3, 45 Music Appreciation 25 Tri-Hi-Y I,
2, 3,45 Elizabethan Staff 4. Assistant Art Editor 4.
Did one terrific job in junior class play ... our tall, efficient hockey
manager . .. "Ye gads" ... takes time out from favorite pastime of loaf-
ing to go swimming and ice skating . . . drinks plenty of milkshakes . . .
a swell gal who is bound to succeed in whatever she chooses to do.
JOANNE L. WEAVER
454 N. Market St.
"Io" College Preparatory
Tri-Hi-Y I, 2, 3,45 Class Treasurer 2, 3, 45 Sophomore Chorus 25 Mixed
Chorus 35 Girls' Chorus 45 Music Appreciation 2.
The little gal who's always carrying a bag full of class money . . . often
takes trips to Hershey to ice skate or see a hockey game ... Essie's pal
... loves to give spaghetti parties ... nicknamed her OJ grey Plymouth
"Sadie" . . . her future work is uncertain but, it could be nursing.
ALICE G. WEISS
II2 S, Poplar St.
Tri-Hi-Y I,2,3: Library Staff I,2, 3,45 President 45 Music Apprecia-
tion 25 Sophomore Chorus 25 Student Council 35 Indoor Patrol 45 Of-
fice Girl 45 Elizabethan Staff 45 Business Manager 45 Debate Club 45
Vice President 4.
Small and petite ... friend to everyone ... seems to have a yen for
Bainbridge students .. . efficientoffice girl .. . can make like a pretzel
. .. competent ticket manager for junior and senior plays . . . never lost
for words . . . detests noise and crowds . . . hopes to brighten up some of-
fice as a good secretary.
JOHN MARTIN WENGER
348 College Ave.
"Jack" College Preparatory
Hi-Y I,2,3g Sophomore Chorus 2, Football I,2,3p Basketball 1,23
Key Club I,2, 3,4g Treasurer 3,45 Biology Club I,2g Band I,2,3,4g
Orchestra I, 2, 3, 4.
Tall, dark, handsome lad . . . deep blue eyes ... possesses a huge store
of jokes for special occasions . . . "Gone fishing" ... spends lazy week-
ends in the mountains . . . trumpet tooter . . . intelligence personified .
. .photography fiend . . . Jack has no definite plans for his future but will
succeed on any college campus.
ROGER B. WILLIAMS
I0 S. Market St.
Football I,2, 3,4g Co-Captain 4, Basketball I,2, 3,4, Baseball I, 2, 3.
Tall and handsome ... three-letter man... snappy dresser . .. can oc-
casionally be found driving a blue Olds around town . . . idol of the fe-
male ofthe species ... whiles away his time at Tony's . .. handles the
pigskin with ease ... adds up to one swell guy.
PHILIP D. YARNALL
140 N. Spruce St.
"Phil" College Preparatory
Mixed Choms 3,4g Boys' Chorus 2, 3, Indoor Patrol 3, Sophomore Cho-
rus 2g Gym Club 4g Key Club 4.
Oh, how he hates Monday mornings. . . owns a white pint-sized Cadil-
lac fl-Ienry .D . . . tall, slim . . . takes plenty of steaks along on his hunt-
ing and fishing trips one of the three-- Jon, Galen, and Phil ..
. will be tops in the field of engineering.
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Dale has been our "first man" for our entire high school
career. He has capably led us through thick and thin. His
many wise decisions, always for the betterment of the class,
truely proved him a leader.
Ion stepped into the role as a class officer for the first
time this year. He quickly made himself at home and was
willing to help Dale in any task.
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Ann kept the minutes of our class meet-
ings and notes of importance for two years. Al-
ways on hand to do a commendable piece of
work for the class, she did her job well.
Joanne very carefully counted
and recorded every penny our class
owned. Some of her big duties were
collecting dues and financially
handling all class projects. She de-
serves much praise for keeping our
books in tip-top order.
These senior boys, elected to the po-
sition of Rotary Boys- of-the-Month by
a vote of all seniors, are from LEFT
TO RIGHT: P. Crum, January: J.
May, Marchg H. Baldwin, Decemberg
J. Wenger, Aprilg D. Andrews, No-
vemberg R. Williams, May: G.
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Senior boys each Friday. The entire class elected each boy
for his fine quality of leadership and his outstanding person-
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Mary Jean Espenshade
Doris Beinha uer
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Our Senior play was one that we will always
remember. Especially those little things that go on
back stage, like Audra stepping in a bucket of water
and upsetting it right before an act . . . Dale having
such a hard time making love to Barbara . . . seems
quite a few people had their backs scratched . . .
even after eating during rehearsals everyone was
still hungry so up to Tony 's they trooped . . . All
these little things helped to make our play memo-
rable. And never could we express all our thanks to
Mr. Grosh for his help.
f l 'levers
Our one big dance was held for
the second consecutive year at the big
and beautiful Hershey Golf Club. The
hours of dancing to the music of the
"Mello-Mais" seemed to fly by. The
green palms adorning the rooms and the
r e fr e sh m e nt table with its beautiful
candles, flowers, and ivy, helped turn
the ballroom into a magic dreamland,
to be long remembered by everyone.
LYRICS BY MARY EMMA FETTER MUSIC BY MARY J. HOFFMAN
ARR. BY NOAH M. KLAUSS
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I. Now the time has come to leave thee,
And the time to say Farewell,
To thee our loved alma mater,
We our heartfelt thanks must tell.
2. For the years we've spent within thee,
Laughing, toiling, making friends,
Still learning, sharing, having good times,
Thus our Fleeting school day ends.
3. Bravely will we look ahead now,
Challenge all the unborn days,
lmbued with hope and faith and courage,
Gleaned from thee to light our ways.
Bonnie Scotch lassies.
Business is booming.
Fold it pretty, Les.
The Christmas spirit engulfs Junior artists.
I8 burnt onion sandwiches to gol
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Zell, I. Free-
nan, N. Land-
'ater, B. Hoff-
nan, S. Grubb.
'. Risser, E.
1. Miller, C.
THIRD ROW: C. Chronister, A. Shaw, P. Heisey, J. Coble, N. Bernhard, J. Beinhauer, G. Waters, J. Achorn, P.
iweigart, B. Appel, J. Forry. FOURTH ROW: F. Peiffer, J. Floyd, L. Gish, S. Floyd, P. Powell, K. Mumma, J. Weaver, S.
Lisser, Y. Copenhaver, L. Patton, L. Stumm, J. Cassebaum, J. Germer.
During any sports event our class enthusiastically sold refreshments, all profits going toward
1 class trip. After a long ancl impatient wait, we Finally received our class rings. We applied our
.kill in our First class play "l'm a Family Crisis". Now, the big moment has come when we look
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'orward to taking the big step and cal ing ourse ves eniors
'IRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: L. Mullen, K. Brandt, B. Meyerhoffer, G. Hackenberger, J. Risser, G. Meidigh, S.
arubaker, D. Comfort. SECOND ROW: L. Cunningham, R. Witmer, H. Wild, G. Sloat, J. Stevens, T. Rice,
K. Gibble, F.
Klein, A. Mar-
tin, F. Acker-
man, R. Lan-
R. Royer, R.
I. Cox, K.
I. Berrier, P.
ones, F. Hal-
eman, J. Kuntzelman, M. Zook. FOURTH ROW: A. Runyan, S. Neideigh, S. Koser, M. Drybread, J. Kleinfelter, F.
ongenecker, P. Hackman, G. Eckert, J. Risser, S. Risser. FIFTH ROW: J. Lancaster, R. Andrews, K. Frutchey, S.
aylor, B. Wenger, D. Greiner, J. Schuldt, A. Shelley, C. Steever, M. Gody.
FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: G. Eloy, G. Espenshade, G. Shenk, K. Bailey, H. Kraybill, R. Dresher, R. Thome, L.
Beamenderfer. SECOND ROW: C. Hayes, K. Emenheiser, C. Heiser, A. Greiner, R. Eshleman, O. Erb, H. Amdt, J.
Knittweis, P. Thompson. THIRD ROW: R. Stone, D. Goodling, M. Borman, K. Walborn, W. Deitriech,
J. Grimm, N.
J. Walters, R.
G. Goss, C.
ROW: K. Pow-
ell, J. Brandt,
1. Miller, S. Hoffer, J. Hilsher, S. Alwine, K. Lehman, D. Eagle. FOURTH ROW: P. Lehman, A. Peiffer, E. Shank,
. Overdorff, T. Heigle, P. Tripp, K. Fasnacht, B. Boggs, K. Evans, M. Roland, J. Espenshade, P. Brinser. FIFTH
OW: L. Hummer, L. Ober, E. Shelly, J. Gish, J. Andrews, A. Greenawalt, A. Zeager, M. Oberholtzer, B. Winters,
. Lancaster, J. Grimm, J. Fogie. SDCTH ROW: S. Baker, C. Spickler, J. Jones, J. Stahl, J. Hamilton, V. Bowers,
. Ginder, J. Berrier, M. Walters, M. Brinser, V. Shank, L. Itzoe.
lRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: L. Boozer, C. Basehore, B. Ginder, J. Sweigart, B. Bishop, D. Hilsher, L. Cunningham,
V. Wilson. SECOND ROW: R. Graham, C. Miller, L. Brubaker, B. West, J. Winters, E. Pfaunmiller, J. Wagner, J.
arman, L. Phillips. THIRD ROW: B. Sine, T. Trimmer, Q. Gibble, R. Offer, C. Neideigh, R. Burnhart, J. Barnett,
De Long, L. Saylor, A. Geib. FOURTH ROW: E. Royer, J. Adams, R. Hayes, B. Kline, J. Davis, C. Leeds, J.
. Rutt, L.
. Boll, R.
OND ROW: D.
Herr, F. Christ,
J. Collins, W.
Reed, V. Brack-
bill, S. Horst,
J. Goss, J. Frey.
C. Penyack, G.
Dickson, J. Frey, J. Heisey, FOURTH ROW: J. Frey, B. Myers, J. Fultz, M. Saylor, D. Lehman, B. Rohrer, J. Bobbins,
,. Horst, P. Golden, D. Ritchie. FIFTH ROW: J. Sikorski, L. Weiss, D. Brubaker, W. Sine, V. Koser, P. Zimmerman,
. Flowers, P. Waltz, R. Spickler, D. Walton, G. Meyers. SIXTH ROW: P. Heisey, B. Zook, N. Kern, B. Bradley,
I. Martz, H. Snyder, M. Risser, J. Rietheimer, T. Gantz, D. Gunning, A. Royer.
FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: H. Eberly, B. Ardnt, R. Miller, J. Garrnan, B. Funck, R. Mullen, J. Park, W. Metzler.
SECOND ROW: J. Morris, H. Brown, R. Hilsher, C. Riedorf, H. Ruhl, W. Good, J. Kilkenny, J. Shank, L. Shaffer.
THIRD ROW: E. Fry, H. Knauss, B. Greinawalt, R. Candy, R. Brehm, E. Grimm, C. Musser, J. Keck, T. McKenney
I. Nauman. FOURTH ROW: R. Waters, R. Detrick, E. Walters, S. Risser, R. Heisey, R. Ropka, R. Good, T. Flowers
D. Hoffer, R. Jumper, R. Williams, B. Coble, S. Espenshade. FIFTH ROW: K. Kaylor, P. Seibert, P. Saylor, J.
l. Moyer, R.
iaker. G. Eby,
N. May, J.
'rey, B. Myers,
T. Gantz, J.
'rey, P. Mc-
'alls, D. Geib.
. Goss, J.
Frey, D. Bru-
raker, P. Gold-
an, D. Ritchie,
J. Lehman, N.
LOW: B. Royer,
'. Flowers, P.
-leisey, D. Herr,
5. Horst, N.
Malts, J. Col-
.ins, B. Rohrer.
vi. Risser, H.
Snyder, W. Sine, J. Dixon, J. Jones, J. Robbins, D. Waton, L. Horst, P. Zimmerman, V. Koser, B. Brackwell. FIFTH
ROW: G. Meyers, J. Reathiemer, N. Smith. G. Alleman, L. Wise, J. Sikorski, J. Ferrare, B. Zuck, J. Kniley, S. Reed.
SIXTH ROW: S. Stillwagner, W. Burgiss, D. Gunning, M. Stehman, M. Longenecker, N. Wagner, M. Moore, J. Fultz,
A. Royer, N. Spangler, C. Pennyack, F. Christ.
FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: R. Freeman, J. Sweigart, A. Winters, D. Weaver, A. Engle, J. Keener, C. Frey, J.
Graham. SECOND ROW: R. Shreiner, J. Hershey, B. Styer, D. Brandt, W. Klein, J. Zerphey, D. Painter, D. Peters,
H. Brinser, M. Hynicker, G. Beamenderfer. THIRD ROW: J. Gish, G. Aldinger, M. Smith, P. Styles, L. Fittery, J.
Oberholtzer, K. Bernhard, D. DeLong, R. Hershey. FOURTH ROW: R. Bretz, J. Herrick, G. Owen, W. Ruhl, G.
Kee1ey,G. Miller, K. Riggleman, E. Stumm, J. Harris, D. Walters, R. McCauley, T. Koser. FIFTH ROW: L. Brosius,
J. Heck, D.
Glenn and Evvie have some
fun in the snow.
What 's going on here?
I know the answer!
Eeekl a mouse.
Prof. Girxder demonstrates his knowledge of English.
Are you sure that's right?
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LEFT TO RIGHT: F. Hoover, N. Good, S. Thompson, B. Stevenson,
SHIRLEY THOMPSON . Captain
TOP: L. Smith, K. Jones
BOTTOM: B. Carl, B. Boggs
LEFT TO RIGHT: P. Garber
M. Roland, K. Bentzel
These girls dressed in the traditional blue
and white were always on hand to cheer our team
to victory. They organized a "cheering section"
at football games which proved successful . Seniors
graduating this year are Shirley Thompson, captaing
Barbara Becker, Nancy Good, and Fran Hoover.
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A TEAM THAT NEVER LOST!
Under the capable leadership of Coach Jane
Hunsecker, these girls turned in the best seasonal re-
cord in E. A. H. S. history, coming through the sea-
son undefeated with a total of eight wins.
The Bears started on the top and remained
there for the entire season. Having lost no players
through graduation, the team came back on the field
with the same eleven that began last year's season.
E-town opened their season against Donegal
Joint to defeat them 4-0. Hempfield Joint bowed
next as they came out on the short end of a 4-0 score.
E-town completed the first half of their scheduled sea-
son by turning back Manheim Central 2-0 in an excit-
ing game. Challenging Donegal once more, the Bears
had a slow start but pulled through a hard-fought game
to stack up another win to the tune of 2-1. A 4-0
score came up to bank Manheim Central once more,
with the E-town lasses at their peak. The girls closed
their scheduled season by again defeating Hempfield
Upon taking the section three championship,
the girls moved into county playoffs by tackling the
section one champs, Solanco from which they emerged
victorious with a 2'O score. They proved themselves
a topnotch hockey team once more as they came into
the final lap to defeat section two champs, New Hol-
Fran and Nan in there fighting.
Sandy intercepts again!
A mad scramble as Vonnie tries for a goal.
Miss Hunsecker 's half time pep talk.
land, also 2-O. These two final victories crowned
them as champions of Lancaster County, a feat which
they had accomplished also in the previous year. They
scored a total of 24 goals and permitted but 2 goals
to be scored against them.
KNEELING, LEFT TO RIGHT: I. Freeman, M. Meinhardt, S. Risser, A. Shaw, Y. Copenhaver, R. M. Fisher
F. Hoover, N. Good, P. Heisey, F. Peiffer, M. E. Fetter, D. Fitzwater. SECOND ROW: R. Andrews, J
Achorn, B. Wenger, E. Gebhart, M. Roland, K. Jones, J. Kuntzleman, J. Hunsecker, B. Carl, N. Landvater
C. Stever, A. Runyan, L. Gish, S. Saylor. THIRD ROW: S. Raffensperger, M. Miller, B. Boggs. P. Garber, K
Bentzel, G. Ulrich, K. Evans, K. Lehman, S. Baker, S. Jacobs, D. Greiner.
REGULAR SEASO N
Elizabethtown 4 Manheim Central O Elizabethtown 4 Donegal Joint I
Elizabethtown 4 Hempfielcl Joint O Elizabethtown 2 Manheim Central 0
Elizabethtown 2 Donegal Joint I Elizabethtown 4 Hempfield Joint 0
Elizabethtown 2 Solanco 0
Elizabethtown 2 New Holland O
Fran Hoover, Captain
Mary Emma Fetter
Rose Marie Fisher
M 0 Marian Meinhardt
6 7' Left Fullback
The Bears began the season by traveling
to Columbia, where our inexperienced, under-
manned, and outweighed team lost to the Crim-
son Tide 41-7. E-town's lone score came from
a Goodling-to-Williams pass which netted over
60 yards for the touchdown.
The Blue and White opened their first
home season game against a fast and heavy Blue
Streak eleven which rolled up 32 points against
the Bears in the first half. E-town came back to
outplay the visitors in the second half and chalk
up a safety making the final score 32'2.
Journeying to Manheim the Bears played
an even game with the Barons for three stanzas.
During the fourth quarter Dale Andrews inter-
cepted a Baron pass and raced for the only TD of
the game to bring home E-town's first win, 7-0.
The outmanned Bears played host to a
favored Warwick Team, which, however, was
unable to move against our fighting Bears. Roger
Williams made both TD's, one on a run and the
other on a pass interception. This defeated the
Pretzels and brought home our second consecutive
The E-towners traveled to Ephrata to
play a large and heavy Mountaineer team. The
Bears were riddled by numerous injuries during
the game and our small team was incapable of
holding down a powerful Ephrata eleven, losing
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FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: F. Harzer, D. Andrews, D. McCurdy, L. Hippensteel, R. Williams, H. Baldwin,
F. Kauffman, P. Crum, R. Lancaster. SECOND ROW: J. Stevens, C. Farrar, D. Goodling, J. Hawthorne, J.
Coleman, L. Cunningham, G. Sloat, G. Snyder. THIRD ROW: H. Wild, J. Knittweis, L. Snyder, R. Teufel,
This year, Coaches Daubert, Frantz, ancl Beaver faced one ofthe smallest turnouts of
prospective football players in Elizabethtown's history. Although material was scarce, the small
team struggled through numerous, grueling practices and gave forth some surprising exhibitions.
We feel proud of the boys who put forth all their efforts to keep football alive at E. A. H. S.
Our season's mark of 3 - 7 does not tell the whole story. Victory was near many times
when key players would be injured and our small -bench could not replace them. This valiant
group drew large crowds at both home and away games.
We congratulate this small but mighty team who fought and struggled for the honor of our
high school and who proved that where there is a will, there is a way. They gave their best for
Es An Ho so
SEATED, LEFT TO RIGHT: N. Diehl,
R. Parrett, T. Thompson, P. Daubert,
SEATED, LEFT TO RIGHT: R. Beaver
J. Hunsecker, P. Daubert, A. Eppler
J. Sedule. STANDING: D. Haver
stick, W. Frantz.
Roger Williams Larry Hippensteel
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Our hard fighting Bears came to the close
of the 1954-55 season with an outstanding record
of 12 wins and 8 loses. As for the league records,
the Blue and White came through with 3 wins and
5 loses, which placed us fourth in the Section I
league standings. Under the leadership of their
new coach, Don Haverstick, our boys exhibited
their skill in ball handling, co-ordination, and
sportsmanship at all times.
KNEELING, LEFT TO
Coachg R. Williams,
D. Andrews,B. Clarke.
STANDING: J. Haw-
thorne, R. Teufel, J.
Stevens, L. Hippen-
steel, D. Goodling, G.
" Indicates League games.
E-TOWN OPPNTS OPPONENTS E TOWN OPPNTS
T O RIGHT:
KNEELING , LEFT
KNEELING, LEFT TO RIGHT: J. Risser, J. Hoover, R. Williams, D. Andrews, D. McCurdy, L. Farver,
E. Warden, E. Wolgemuth, R. Teufel, L. Hippensteel. STANDING: J. Sedule, Head Coachg H. Royer,
Managerg J. Hawthorne, C. Landes, P. Thompson, D. Goodling, L. Snyder, F. Harzer, G. Sloat, P.
Saylar, Assistant Managerg R. Heisey, Assistant Manager, A. Eppler, Assistant Coach.
W As our inexperienced baseball team held its
warm-up period previous to the first game against
Middletown, the predictions were not in favor of our
Bears, A hard fought game followed and the boys came home with a 6-5 victory, The first
league opponent, Mt. Joy, also bowed to the Blue and White by a 'I4-7 score. The season pro-
gressed and the fel lows soon found themselves ready to challenge Mt. Joy for the Section I cham-
pionship. Ahard working and co-operating team honored us with a I0-5 win. Last, but not least,
came t e county play-off game with Terre Hill. This team proved to be very stiff competition
and defeated us 10-0.
Coach Joe Sedule can well be proud of "our champs" who boast a league record of 6 wins
and 2 loses.
E.H.S. OPP'T. E.H.S. OPP'T.
Middletown 6 5 "' East Hempfield 12 7
Millersville 9 IO "Mt, Joy 8 2
Manor l 7 " Marietta 6 5
Columbia I 6 Susquehanna 4 8
" Mount Joy I4 7 "' East Donegal I 9
'Marietta 7 3 " East Hempfield 2 0
" Myerstown 4 I3 " East Donegal I 7
" Denotes league games COUNTY PLAYOFFS
Mount Joy 10 5
Terre Hill 0 I0
cm? 'zeal muse.
FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: B. Carl, K. Jones, S. Risser, J. Achorn,' S. Reed, J. Martin, S. Baker, A. Risser, J
Kuntzelman, L. smith, B. Boggs, P. Bates, C. Steever, B. Hoffman. SECOND ROW: N. Gerber, J. Espenshade, L
Herr, L. Eshelman, K. Lehman, J. Douglass, D. Andrews, R. Martin, C. Bashore, B. Zuck, E. Gerber, L. Hess, M
Beyer, R. Good. THIRD ROW: K. Fasnacht, S. Raffensperger, G. Rice, J. Jones, R. Hill, P. Brinser, J. Groff, S
Kaylor. FOURTH ROW: M. Hoffman, K. Stoner, A. Shaw, A. Runyan. J. Stall, B. Wenger, F. Harzer, M. Borman
R. Ruggeri, J. Ferrari, F. Klein, E. Hill, G. Edmiston, B. Bishop, L. Patton, J. Carl, E. Kraybill, Noah Klauss, Direc
tor. FIFTH ROW: J. Longenecker, K. Emenheiser, R. Belser, J. Coleman, J. Knittweiss, R. Coleman, D. Kelheffner
This is the outstanding group of sixty-five musicians, who showed
its ability with its renditions at the Veterans Day Program, the annual
Spring Concert, Class Day, and Commencement. Mr. Klauss, con-
ductor, always had many fine numbers prepared For the Junior and Sen-
ior Class Plays. The group spent many seventh periods of hard work to
produce an orchestra of which we can be very proud.
This group of seventy-five up and coming musicians presented
a fine assembly program, and appeared in the Lion's Minstrel Show and
at a P. T. A. meeting. This organization serves as a training group
For the Senior Orchestra.
RST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: D. Hooper, L. Hess, L. Herr, T. Miller, L. Kaylor, J. Martin, P. Bates, B. Zook, P
eisey, B. Wenger, J. Espenshade, C. Shank, L. Dager. SECOND ROW: E. Gerber, T. Espenshade, S. Ulrich, W. Fike
Aungst, O. Ferrari, S. Morris, M. Zuck, D. Sweigart, S. Miley, W. Barnes, E. Terranova, J. Seitz. THIRD ROW
Smith, B. Flowers, B. Isenberg, J. Loser, F. Miller, J. Espenshade, C. Good, S. Hill, S. Gish, C. Spickler, S.
weiler. FOURTH ROW: D. Weaver, Tl. Heigel, D. Herr, A. Martin, R. Wanamaker, J. Flowers, J. Loser, R. Gephart
Groff, D. Painter, J. Goss, J. Heck, B. Arndt. FIFTH ROW: D. Walters, M. Shank, B. Coble, Mr. Klauss, J. Park
Funck, B. Heisey, J. Stanbaugh, J. Risser, C. Spickler, W. Cover, T. Dulaney, J. Ferrari, L. Fasnacht, J. Newcomer
Hamilton, R. Engle, R. Shank, D. Steere, F. Haldeman.
IRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: T. Dulany, P. Heisey, S. Raffensperger, A. Runyan, J. Heck, B. Spickler, D. Weaver,
. Heisey, J. Groff, R. Wanamaker, B. Funk, M. Miller. SECOND ROW: J. Carl, F. Haldeman, J. Newcomer, K.
menheiser, R. Fackler, J. Adams, T. Heigel, E. Hill. THIRD ROW: K. Dixon, R. Martin, J. Hamilton, A. Martin,
D. Painter, L. Boozer, P. Hixon, R. Andrews, K. Fasnacht, J. Goss, J. Grahm, D. Hoffer, C. Basehore. FOURTH ROW:
I. Risser, F. Klein, R. Hill, K. Stoner, A. Shaw, L. Patton, B. Bishop, R. Engle, S. Kaylor, B. Wenger, J. Stahl, J.
Iershey, D. Kilhefner, J. Knittweis, J. Acharn, C. Chronister. FIFTH ROW: R. Ruggeri, K. Brandt, H. Good, G.
dmiston, J. Longenecker, G. Lesher, R. Belser. N. Klauss, Director, J. Coleman, L. Dupes, J. Stambaugh, R. Cole-
nan, G. Bucher, B. Hoffman.
This group of Junior-Senior high students have brought much fame to our school. Under
the very capable leadership ofMr. Noah Klauss, they have traveled over the countryside to
numerous fairs and holiday celebrations. Few were the times when they returned withouta prize
or a high rating. During football season with 7:30 a.m. practices, they proved worthy offering
top performances at each game. As a concert band, the group climaxed their year witha Spring
LEFT TO RIGHT: T. Herr, S. Jacobs, Y. Copenhaver, S.
Risser, J. Bankler, S. Koser, D. Fitzwater, N. Landvater.
LEFT TO RIGHT: F. Peiffer, A. Risser, C. Chronister, C.
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Attired -in their striking new uni-
forms, these girls never Failed to put on an
inspiring performance. With the sound of
Joan Floyd's whistle, the Flashes of eight
batons added many highlights to our band.
Here is another group that merits our pride.
Joan Floyd, Head Majorette
FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: A. Martin, L. Trego, E. White, E. Eshleman, R. Gebhard, J. Zarfass,
W. Burgess, K. Hugel, R. Kock, T. Wanamaker. SECOND ROW: F. Haldeman, R. Mumper, B. Mein-
hardt, I. Flowers, M. Williams, P. Drescher, D. Wood, D. Styer, J. Chittum, J. Bailey, C. Strickler,
D. Stoner, D. Walters, B. Cable. THIRD ROW: I. R. Heck, D. Painter, E. Strickler, D, Shank, J.
Graham, J. Groff, B. Heisey, J. Hamilton, B. Hoffman, R. Pfoutz, R. Brubaker, R. Gordon, R. Bent-
zel, J. Seitz, P. Herr, I. Gass, D. Hess. FOURTH ROW: T. Dulaney, R, Greiner, T. Burgess, E. Hart-
ing, M. Shank, I. Park, B. Funck, Mr. Klauss, director.
The one big specialty of this group was its appearance in the Lions Club minstrel
Show. For this event our "iunior musicians" presented "American Cowboy Overture"
and "Overture from Hans Christian Anderson" as feature numbers. These students will
someday carry on the splendid work of our Senior Band.
FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: M. Hoffman, L. Smith, R. Good, J. Carl, Y. Copenhaver, J. Achorn, K
Stoner, C. Clinger, J. Ney, B. Hoffman. SECOND ROW: S. Thompson, C. Nauman, C. Chronister, L
Gish, F. Longenecker, P. Heisey, D. Kuhn, J. Kuntzelman, A. Shaw, S. Risser, F. Peiffer, M. Meinhardt
THIRD ROW: G. Edmiston, L. Forwood, P. Yarnall, N. Hess, R. Andrews, S. Saylor, R. Hill, F. Shoop, J
Douglass. FOURTH ROW: K. Andrews, H. Risser, C. Frey, W. Clarke, J. Coleman, L. Snyder, R. Belser
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With Mrs. B. Wolfgang as director, the members
of the Mixed Chorus met every Monday and Wednesday
in preparation For many Fine assemblies and concerts.
Their rendition of "Twas the Night Before Christmas" at
the Christmas Assembly was a splendid piece of work.
Manythanks go toAlice Shaw and Robert Hill for their
time spent in accompanying this large group of musicians.
FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: P. Heisey, J. Kuntzlemen, J. Gibble, F. Craun, D. Kreider, J.
Ney, L. Smith, B. Hoffman, J. Weaver. SECOND ROW: B. Stevenson, M. Earhardt, S. Neideich,
S. Risser, S. Thompson, A. Grimm, R. Long, J. Risser. THIRD ROW: N. Longenecker, D. Kuhn,
S. Saylor, C. Steever, J. Schuldr, J. Snyder, G. Ulrich, M. Meinhardt, N. Hess.
Our Female vocalizers met in Room M every Wednesday for innumerable
drills which resulted in a delightful presentation of "Hark Now Oh Shepherd " Gt the
Christmas assembly. Another favorite number of the group was "Dancing In The
Dark." Barbara Stevenson, a iunior, was pianist while Mrs. Wolfgang directed.
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These three senior girls, who provided
much fine musical entertainment are from LEFT
TO RIGHT: M. Meinhardt, J. Ney, M. Hoffman.
NOAH KLAUSS, E-TOWN'S MASTER OF MUSIC
THE BAND PREPARES FOR ITS HALF-TIME EXHIBITION
IRST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT J Grimm R Teufel D Goodling SECOND ROW: R. Stone, R. Dresher, M. Hoffer, J
'rsser THIRD ROW A Greiner R Thome M Borman C Hayes C. Farrar, J. Rahn, H. Good. FOURTH ROW: R
shelman F Shoop L Beamenderfer R Fackler G Sloat W Dougherty. STANDING: Mr. Trimble, Advisor, L
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These Chrrstron organizations ore composed of lunior and senior high boys ond are under
he supervision of Mr Hoverstrck and Mr Trimble The clubs are sponsored by the YMCA and
iave os their purposes "to create mountain and extend throughout the school and community
FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: E. Stum, F
Aldinger, R. Heisey, B. Funck, T. Flowers, R.
Wanamaker. SECOND ROW: J. Gish,D. Weaver
D. Painter, D. Peters, J. Graham, E. Walters
E. Seitz. THIRD ROW: R. Coleman,,E. Styer
T. Patschke, C. Neideigh, R. Apple, D. Kil-
hefuer, J. Raugh, G. Bucher. FOURTH ROW
K. Riggelman, L. Phillips, Q. Gibble, C. Leeds,
J. Bailey, C. Basehore.J. Adams, D. Haverstick,
Advisor. FIFTH ROW: J. Hamilton, G. Owens,
J. Strohe, W. Wilson, C. Wiser,M. Thome, T.
Dulany, R. Grubb. SIXTH ROW: R. Jumper, B.
Hoffman, K. Dixon, J. Sauter, J. Greiner, H.
Brinser, J. Hershey, E. Royer, D. Hoffer, J.
Enck. SEVENTH ROW: S. Weaver, D. Rutt,
H. Royer, L. Cunningham, S. Gish, E. Horting,
W. McLaughlin, J. Herrick, M. I-Iynicker, L.
FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: J. Achorn, P. Heisey, N. Landvater, I. Freeman, B. Zell, J. Weaver, R. Lehman
D. Kreider, B. Stevenson, L. Patton, N. Good. SECOND ROW: Miss Grubb, M. J. Espenshade, S. Thompson
J. Floyd, F. Hoover, M. E. Fetter, J. Cody, D. Brubaker. THIRD ROW: G. Ulrich, J. Weaver, R. Brain, D
Leber, D. Fitzwater, J. Banliler, J. Coble, T. Herr, S. Nagel, R. Mumma, R. Morris. FOURTH ROW: B
Appel, R. Ober, J. Casselbaum, A. Coulson, M. Meinhardt, E. Boyer, M. Chapman, B. Lancaster, G. Walters
P. Sweigart, S. Floyd, J. Longenecker. FIFTH ROW: P. Risser, P. Kelley, P. Stahl, E. Smith, A. Longenecker
A. Sweigart, Y. Cosner, C. Nauman, J.. Adams.
Miss Grubb lecl this Christian organization through a successful year. The
chief proiect of these iunior and senior girls was the annual Curtis Campaign. This
club provided entertainment and inspiration For 52 Junior and Senior girls.
FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: R. Andrews, K. Jones, B. Carl, C. Berrier, J. Kuntzleman, L. Stum, L.
Chapman. SECOND ROW: M. Gody, F. Haldeman, L. Smith, S. Jacobs, F. Craun, K. Heisey, J. Bressler,
B. Wolfgang, Director. THIRD ROW: J. Klinefelter, J. Lancaster, B. Detweiler, S. Saylor, C. Steever, J.
Snyder, A. Shelley, J. Risser, B. Wenger. FOURTH ROW: J. Shultz, J. Sollenberger, M. Drybread, F.
Donnely, J. Risser, D. Brubaker, S. Neideigh, N. Longenecker.
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rr Valentine --this was the big name introduced to the school by this Christian organization.
It did a splendid iob in collecting a total of 5144.82 and donating it to the Lancaster Heart Haven.
The Senior Tri-Hi-Y greatly appreciated the help of this club in reaching the goal of the annual
FIRST ROW, FRONT TO BACK: K. Bentzel, J. Espenshade, S. Hoffer, M. Walters, D. Barnhart-. SECOND ROW: P
Garbor, J. Graybill, S. Alurns, J. Stahl, J. Berrier, J. Blough, P. Lancaster, T. Heigle. THIRD ROW: G. Carriger, J
Brandt, E. Kraybill, J. Jones, G. Goss, C. Spickler, M. Briuser. FOURTH ROW: P. Brinser, K. Lehman, J. Hilsher, D
Fike, P. Lehman, G. Sweigart, D. Eagle, J. Hamilton. FIFTH ROW: V. Wilkinson, B. Gindes, B. Bradley, L. Fasnacht
K. Powell, K. Fogie, P. Tripp, L. Albl. STANDING, LEFT TO RIGHT: S. Baker, B. Boggs, M. Roland, K..Evane, J
Myers, J. Fleming, J. Hunsecker, Advisor.
FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: S. Stillwagner, J. Fultz, D. Barnhart, M. Risser, G. Rice, L. Albl, J. Groff,
M. Flory, W. Burgess, J. Brown. SECOND ROW: J. Goss, W. Sine, V. Koser, P. Zimmerman, D. Gunning,
J. Robbins, B. Smith, A. Royer, N. Spangler, G. Meyers, L. Horst, G. Flowers. THIRD ROW: H. Longen-
ecker, D. Rice, B. Fisher, J. Collins, S. Farver, L. Eshelman, B. Heisey, L. Herr, P. Bates, E. Gerber, N.
Wagner. FOURTH ROW: F. Roeting, J. Garber, C. Smith, E. Hill, S. Kaylor, Miss Miller, Advisor: J.
Ferrari, E. Johnson, G. Alleman, L. Hess, M. Royer, I. Gibble.
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'Q The group op'ened the year with an induction
service for Fifty-five new members. . .The girls work-
ed like bees preparing an interesting program for each
meeting. . .Of the more interesting projects were discussions concerning dating and the Y Club
'nagazine "Teen TaIk" . . .The club climaxed the year with a big spring dance.
fIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: B. Strickler, C. Jones, K. McLaughlin, B. Slesser, L. Snyder, J. Koser, S. Hein, R.
lungst, L. Norton, S. Thompson, J. Good. SECOND ROW: E. Shenk, B. Shepler, M. Beyer, P. Ebersole, M. Criley,
5. Horst, P. Irvine, G. Sweigart, S. Young, D. Geib, J. Espenshade. THIRD ROW: J. Miller, M. Longenecker, S.
viiller, J. Jones, J. Dixon, M. Minnich, C. Strickler, J. Jones, D. Brubaker, P. Golden, D. Ritchie. FOUR'I'H ROW:
J. Flowers, B. Rohrer, N. Srnith, M. Risser, B. Royer, Lf Weiss, J. Sikorski, M. Moore, J. Kniley, P. Heisey, D.
ROW: J. Fry,
FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: K. Grosh, Advisor
R. Appel, E. Walters, T. Patchse.
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Council has proved itself a true asset. Comprised of re-
presentative students From grades 7 to 12, the group aims
to promote better relationships, urge student participa-
tion, and solve prevailing problems. Student handbooks,
and co-sponsorship of the Curtis Campaign were two of
J. Jones, A. Coulson, J. Stevens, F. Hoover. SEC-
OND ROW: C. Steever, M. Risser, N. Hess, 1.
Longenecker, J. Achorn. THIRD ROW: J. Hamil-
ton, J. Graybi11,J. Fultz, G. Goss, G. Bucher, D.
Kilheffner. FOURTH ROW: R. Fack1er,J. Walters,
FIRST ROW, LEFT TO
RIGHT: D. Fritche, J.
Dixon, J. Jones, D. Bru-
baker, S. Thompson, G.
Ulrich. SECOND ROW: J.
Frey, R. Good, J. Ney, R.
Ulrich. THIRD ROW: S.
Stelwagner, C. Klinger,
B. Detweiler,D. Brubaker,
P. Bates, P. Irvine.
FOURTH ROW: Miss Men-
gel, J. Bresler, J. Frey, J.
ING: C. Strickley. DESK:
Alice Weiss, T. Keener.
FIRST ROW, LEFT TORIGHT:
J. Longenecker, K. Emen-
heiser, J. May, P. Yarnall.
SECOND ROW: D. Andrews,
J. Coleman, R. Belser, R.
Ruggeri, R. Bailey. THIRD
ROW: W. Dougherty, F.
Kauffman, J. Stevens, L.
Snyder, F. I-larzer, R. Hill.
FOURTH ROW: Mr. Grosh,
H. Baldwin, G. Edmiston,
The club is composed of Senior high boys and is led
by Mr. Kenneth Grosh, advisor, and Guy Edmiston, presi-
dent. Always ready to undertake projects, these boys as-
sisted at the Kiwanis Farm Fair, operated the iuke-box at
the Teen Canteen, and sold school bracelets.
Each year the club presents awards to three top-
This group of junior and senior high girls devoted
their spare study periods and after-school time to the library.
The Senior members attended the Southeastern Library As-
sistants of Pennsylvania conference at Millersville. Miss
Mengel, advisor, helped in repairingold books andinstalling
new ones for use.
FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: K. Brandt, J.
Stanbaugh, B. Hoffman. SECOND ROW: N.
Gish, R. Martin, T. Otis, T. Rice. THIRD
ROW: R. Hummer, D. Greiner, M. Hoffman.
STANDING: A. Runyan. SEATED AT DESK:
SEATED, LEFT TO
RIGHT: R. Long, D.
Means, N. Hess, K.
L. Cunningham, V.
Stum, A. Grimm, K.
Mumma, H. Risser, P.
For the first time the Future Homemaker's of Amer-
ica took boys into the club. Under the leadership of presi-
dent, Ken Andrews, Christmas corsages were made and sold
and a festive party was held. A most successful hayride
was one of its recreational fetes.
The twelve members met on alternate Fridays with
Ann Runyan leading the group. One bigtopic debated was
"Resolved: That female operators make the public highways
unsafe for motor vehicle operation." They also undertook
the National Topic "Resolved: That the Federal Govern-
ment should initiate a policy of free trade among nations
friendly to the U.S." A trip to the Legislative Assembly
was a big event of this very industrious club.
SEATED AT TABLE, CLOCK-WISE: A. Martin, J. Walters, L. Snyder, J. Douglass, N.
Belser, W. Clarke, D. Andrews, T. Offer, J. Kautz. STANDING, LEFT TO RIGHT: C.
W. Kauffman, J. Longenecker, L. Forwood, A. Newcomer, R. Bailey, K. Walborn, R.
F. Kauffman, R. Ruggerri, Mr. W. Frantz, Co-advisorg D. McCurdy, F. Harzer, J. Rice,
man. ABSENT: Mr. J. Sedule, Co-advisor.
Functioning for the first year, this club already has 26 members. Joseph
Sedule and William Frantz, advisors, taught the members all the "tricks" of the
game. A tournament was held among participants and a prize was awarded to the
tr. Hoopert spent the First half of the year teaching
.e fundamentals of debating to this small group of
ne members. After all had mastered these rules,
:rry Kriclc, chairman, led in actual debating. Two
g aims of the organization are to increase its mem-
arship and become better debaters.
SEATED AT DESK: Mr. Hoopert,
STANDING: L. Krick. SEATED, LEFT TO
RIGHT, FIRST ROW: R. Criley, J. Delong, R.
Engle, B. Bishop. SECOND ROW: F.
Zook, L. Nolt, H. Eberly.
LEFT TO RIGHT: R. Hill, H. Baldwin, J. Fullerton, G. Pfutz, M. Shank, H. Krabiii, J. Wenger,
A . Eppler.
The one big project of this club was the construction of microscopicslides from
various parts of plants and animals. Mr. Eppler led the nine members of our Biology
Club for its First year of existence in our school
A newancl exciting club for
iunior high students is the Science
Club. Mr. Eppler aided in the dis-
cussions and readings of articles
Found in current science magazines.
Several periods were spent in dem-
onstration of such things as funda-
mentals of electricity.
CLOCK-WISE: J. Gish, B. Good, H.
Brown, B. Arndt, G. Myer, H. Miller,
R. Garber, J. Oberholtzer, A. Eppler,
Advisor, P. Grubb, P. Bretz, E. Grimm,
G. Leaman, B. Gunning, G. Keeley, R.
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Y. Cosner, M. Espen-
shade, R. Fisher, A
Risser, A. Newcomer
J. Cassebaum. G. Ulrich
C. Herr, D. Minnich
J. Adams, J. Cody, M
E. Fetter, C. Klinger
K. Brandt, C. Nauman
J. Achorn, E. Gebhard
G. Waiters, L. Stumm
F. Hoover,Miss Wagner
This group has done its best to offer a finer Blue and White page each week
under the able guidance of editors Mary Jean Espenshade and Rose Marie Fisher. New
features and numerous editorials were a large part of our page in the local Chronicle.
Seven of the staff attended the Penn State News Conference. Friday deadlines seemed
insurmountable, but the staff, thanks to Miss Wagner, advisor, always met them. The
club climaxed this term with a successful banquet, now an annual event.
STANDING, LEFT TO RIGHT: R. Martin, D. Greiner,
Q. Krick, C. Stambaugh, A. Runyan, T. Atis, B.
Nenger. SEATED: Miss L. Wagner, Advisor.
These club reporters, though few in num-
ber, are great in their abi Iity to write. The year
mentals of journalism. Their assistance in the
iournalism bake sale was greatly appreciated.
The members are now ready to graduate
to the senior club and contribute their talents
toward the "Blue and White".
was primari ly devoted to the study of the funda-
FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: K. Nauss, J
Hawthorne, P. Crum, R. Lancaster, J. May
J. Stevens. SECOND ROW: L. Lookenbili
P. Yamall, G. Lesher, P. Thompson, H
Wild, N. Cunningham. THIRD ROW: J.
Kmttweis, Mr. Beaver, R. Royer, L. Dupes.
This newly organized club
met on alternate Fridays, when Mr.
Richard Beaver instructed the boys
in the art of tumbling, teaching
them head stands, hand stands, dives
and weight lifting.
STANDING, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr.
Libh art, Advisory L. Gish, L.
Stumm, P. Powell, J. Carl, S. ,
Raffensperger. SEATED, LEFT TO
RIGHT: M. Miller, E. Gebhard, T
C. Chronister, K. Stoner, A. Shaw,
Y. Copenhaver,S.Risser, P. Hixon,
2 The DramaticsClub is a newcomer to our club rostrum this
Q P P year. Under the supervision of advisor, Mr. Henry Libhart, and
.E ,Q the leadership of president, Shirley Raffensperger, the group en-
d 3 Q ioyed a promising first year.
Q Q Composed wholly of J uniors , the club studied various
dramas, listened to a series of one act plays, and also probed into
the mysteries of scenery and costumes. T ey concluded the year
by presenting a comedy to the E. A. H. S. student body.
Many hours passed as this staff, head-
ed by Mary Jean Espenshade, wrote picture
captions and paragraphs for each activity
:nd senior of the school. Saying the same
thing in various ways was a big task for the
group. Mr. Libhart, Adviser, was ever will-
ing to lend a helping hand when he was
STANDING, LEFT TO RIGHT: J. Adams, L. Snyder,
Mr. Libhart, Advisor: S. Thompson. SEATED: R.
M. Fisher, M. J. Espenshade. ABSENT: Jerri Cody.
STANDING, LEFT TO RIGHT: J. May, Editor-in-Chief,
Miss P. Odell, Adviser, G. Lesher, Photography Editor.
SEATED, LEFT T0 RIGHT: A. Weiss, Business Editor,
A. Risser, Art Editorg G. Ulrich, Assistant Art Editor,
M. J. Espenshade, Literary Editorg R. M. Fisher, As-
sistant Literary Editor, M. Meinhardt, Assistant Business
Consulting local dealers for ads was the
first big task of our business staff. When this
task was completed the typing and selling of
yearbooks were soon begun. Alice Weiss put
forth excessive time and talent to kee the '55
Elizabethan financially balanced . All the mem-
bers of this staff have profited by this experience
and have become persuasive and successful
BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: N. Good, R. Morris, A.
Longenecker, E. Smith, D. Brubaker, R. Hummer, P.
Stahl, R. Long, A. Sweigart. SEATED, LEFT TO RIGHT:
A. Weiss, J. Kautz, C. Nauman, R. Brain, L. Hoerner,
Y. Cosner, R. Lehman, M. Meinhardt.
'Persons whose pictures appear with group but whose names
were not mentioned in list were deleted from the staff
for lack of responsibility.
Popping flashbulbs established the
whereabouts of this energetic staff. Snaps
were obtained from many classroom
scenes and athletic fields. Capably led
by Galen Lesher, our "photo bugs
covered all activities and social func-
tions. Their variety of good pictures
helped to make our yearbook asuccess.
STANDING, LEFT TO RIGHT: G. Lesher, R. ,
Bailey, G. Edmiston. SEATED, LEFT TO RIGHT: ,
J. Goodllng, A. Newcomer, M. E. Fetter.
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Meeting each Tuesday, the staff labored innumerable hours hoping to present
a bigger and better yearbook. Miss Patricia Odell, adviser, and Jon May, editor-
in-chief, had many difficult problems as frequent disagreements arose involving im-
portant decisions. However, with their efficient leadership the obstacles were soon
After reaching the first deadline, the staff felt more at ease and the remaining
deadlines were reached without much difficulty.
These members hope their combined efforts have produced a finer Elizabethan
to be long remembered by their associates as well as fellow classmates.
The members of this staff have worked
many hours to bring the traditional Pennsylvania
Dutch theme to life on the pages of our year-
book. The collection of motifs and scenes, was
begun early in the year. Anne Risser, editor,
had many grave decisions as to the choice of
art work for corresponding material. We are
sure this staff is endeed to be well commended.
STANDING, LEFT TO RIGHT: R. Hill, P. Kelly, F.
Hoover, Miss Grubb, Adviser, M. Hoffman, H. Baldwin.
SEATED, LEFT TO RIGHT: Ann Risser, Art Editorg and
Georgianna Ulrich, Assistant Art Editor.
County Champs once againl
Future Housewives of Americal
Ken learns the fine art of shirt construction.
"Let's have more emotion in this scene!
Senior sweet sellers.
Serious discussion after the hard fought Hempfield victory.
The sale of the last lollipop.
Kid McCurdy and Slugger Snyder.
R. G. needs a raincoat.
Jam session at Tony 's.
Lone Wenger rides again.
Recognize these fourth grade pilgrims?
Dale and Rose rehearse, "Be my Valentine. "
An intriguing game.
Ruthie, Nan, and Jane during sophomore days.
Senior Slop Day queens.
The Old Smoothies.
Rog and Jane put the finishing touches to Sophomore Prom
Kenny sews a mean seam.
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Jukebox Casanova 's at the Teen C
Santa visits the Christmas Party.
Dave and Harry receive their long
Come on team--
Ninth grade Rembrandts.
Bob and Brenda in Seventh Heaven.
Dig those crazy socks.
Watch the birdie!
Aheml as I was saying.
If looks could kill.
The Great Valentino.
Beauty in motion.
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fin ' by
Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Weiss
Mr. and Mrs. William Park and
Mr. and Mrs. Vere Bishop
Dee and Bob
Snyder, Harzer, McCurdy and
Mr. and Mrs. W.E. Weaver and
Jerry and Marian
Mr'. and Mrs. Daniel A. Hoopert
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Libhart
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Haverstick
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Sedule,
Jr. and Family
DiMaggio, Web, Don, and Mick
Mr. and Mrs. Paris Ober and
Donna, Jill, Lynne, and Jeanie
Dr. and Mrs. William K. Moore
Bobby, Harry, Arthur, and Jim
Mr. and Mrs. Noah Klauss
Connie and Ray
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mumma
Mr. and Mrs. P.H. Daubert
Jackie and Bobby Arndt
Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Trimble
Phyllis M. Kulp
The James Loser Family
Vic, Warpy, Ronnie and Ted
Carol and Jim
Mrs. Harriet Linaweaver
Dr. and Mrs. Harold C. Walmer
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kreider and
Galen, Jon, Phil and Jim
Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Rickert
Kenny, Connie, Paul and Emmarene
Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Kinniburgh
Mr. Richard A. Beaver
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Van Bookhoren
M. Richard Warden
Richard McCurdy and Nancy
Charles W. Yohe
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Grosh and
Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Bechtel and
Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Thome
Mr. and Mrs. Alton Eppler
Mr. and Mrs. Charles K. Nauman
Velma and Fred
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs
Wayne B. Blough
Norman E. Diehl
Elvy L. Long and
Dr. and Mrs. J. Ralph Parrett
Mr. and Mrs. Vere Becker
Pearl A. Koser
Dr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Dr. and Mrs.
John E. Lebo, Jr.
Paul Leicht and
Joan Ney and Ned Harley
Dr. and Mrs. P.R. Evans and
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wilkinson
Mr. and Mrs. William Brain
Dr. and Mrs. P.P. Metzger and
Dr. and Mrs. J. Hoffman Garber
Mr. and Mrs. William Frantz and
Dr. and Mrs. T.M. Thompson
Terry and Diz
Lydia E. Wagner -
Mr. and Mrs. Russel Haldeman
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Steffen, Joyce
and Russell, Jr
Dr. and Mrs. C. Stuart Smith
Sue, Paul, Annabel, and Jay
Dr. and Mrs. C.C. Douglass
Mr. and Mrs. George Stahl and
Shirley and Nelson Chittum
Dr. and Mrs. S.P. Millis
Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Barr
Mr. Joseph Sweigart
Audra, Joanie, Ruthie and Lena
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Carl
Mr. and Mrs. Guy S. Edmiston
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Say it with ours!
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55 North Market Street
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JOHN H. CHARD INSURANCE
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4lI East High Street
City Selection - Country Prices
Fresh Meats - Groceries
Smoked Meats - Frozen Meats
Open Friday and Saturday Evenings
Phone: Elizabethtown 7-4224
LEVI C. HERSHEY
One of The Red Rose Food Stores
554 South Market Street
SNYDER'S TEXACO SERVICE STATION
Greasing, washing, tires, oil-, gas
Texaco Fire Chief 8. Sky Chief Gasolines
R. D. 'I2 Hershey Road
F. H. KELLER'S SONS
Phone 7-5667 '
204 South Market Street
BROUCHT'S MEAT MARKET
429 East High Street
We Deliver Phone 7-4723
GREINER'S FOOD STORE
For your Frozen Foods,
Groceries, Meats and Produce
Located on Center Square
Elizabethtown, Pa. Phone 7-IIO
General Auto Repairs
Tires - Battery - Oil
BlLL'S WINDOW CLEANING
GRACE C. BLOUGH
S. B. BECKER
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Formica 8. Micarta
Charles T. Becker, Proprieter
Geneva 8. Yorktowne
Route 3, Elizabethtown Phone 7-4402
Typewriters Typewriter 8.
All Makes Rebuilt Adding Machine
and Repaired Ribbons
J. RAYMOND SMITH
332 W. High Street Phone 7-4184
WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE
31 South Market Street
Elizabethtown, Pa .
Fresh 8. Frozen
Center Square " Phone 7-I4I7
"Fruit Baskets a Specialty"
Founded 1,913 by Wm. Klein, Sr.
Manufacturers of Lunch Bars,
Grade A Bars,
Fine Milk Chocolate Coatings
Milk Chocolate Wafers, Roamers,
Gliders and Spinners.
TYDOL SERVICE STATION INSTALMENT LOAN SERVICE
North Market and Summit Streets 23 Cenfe' Square
Elizabethtown, Pa .
Elizabethtown, Pa .
Published Every Friday by J. G. Westafer and Son
Phone 7-4206 "We fix anything
HERALD PRINT SHOP
MYERS MACHINE SHOP
' R. F. Myers II9 North Poplar St
"' Repair Work A Specialty
E. G. Kuhn Gas and Electric Welding
Auto Parts Repaired
C. H. Gorman
Welding - Ornamental Iron Fabrication
Iron and Steel
Elizabethtown, Pa .
Quality Fresh Meats,
Produce 8. Frozen Foods
fag- ---- At Better Prices
34 S. Market St. Elizabethtown, Pa
Furniture of Character at
MILTON F. EBERLY
Phone 7-5468 - Route 3
RGPICAL R EAT
2 Miles East of E-Town
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1: ref' , Sandwiches
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DICK EBERSOLE ICE
327 Snyder Ave.
LEO B. KOB
Plumbing - Heating - Hardware
Authorized Dealer in Elizabethtown
For Automatic G. E. Oil And
24 South Market Street
Pennsylvania State Council
Middle States Association
American Council on Education
Association of American Colleges
A Standard Co-educationa
For information write
President A. C. Baugher Ph.
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Elizabethtown Planing Mill
54 Brown Street Phone 7-l l25
D. L. LANDIS
23 South Market Street
Serving excellent food to the very
Finest people, our patrons.
R.D. II2 Elizabethtown, Pa.
Home 8. Auto Supplies
Corner Market 8. Park Street
Phone 7- I 372
GOOD'S MEAT MARKET
32 North Poplar IRearJ
Corner N. Hanover and
E . Willow Streets
Full Line of
Groceries - Lunch Meats - Ice Cream
Soft Drinks - Candy - Pastries -
Phone 7-I454 Free Delivery
FARMERS MUTUAL INSURANCE
IIO Years of Service
Fire and Allied Lines of Insurance
229 S. Market Street
PlCK'S ATLANTIC SERVICE
T35 N. Market St.
Paul W. Baker, Prop.
Congratulations and Best Wishes
BOOT AND SHOE WORKERS UNION
Elizabethtown, Pa .
Frank S. Miller Russell Miller LEHMAN St BOOK
M17ler Funeral Home
Dry Cleaners 8. Dyers
LEEDOM 8. FINK
WENGER'S FEED MILL
Phone: Elizabethtown 7-H95
Rear of Gulf Station
N. Market Street
Phone 7-61 I4
Congratulations and Best Wishes
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REINHOLD'S SUNOCO SERVICE
LeRoy F. Reinhold Herman A. Reinhold Carl H. Reinhold
735 South Market St. l3th and State Streets 3317 Jonestown Road
Elizabethtown, Pa. Harrisburg, Pa. Progress, Pa.
Dial 7-9747 Dial 3-9588 Dial 3-90l8
Open 24 Hrs. Open 24 Hrs. Open 24 Hrs.
Compliments of Toilet Articles School Supplies
GARBER Moron COMPANY UNDEMUTH CUT RATE
Elizabethtown, PG Luncheonette and Fountain Service
Sales and Services
Hershey's Ice Cream
19 West High Street
H . K. DORSHEIMER
On the Square
Sporting Goods - Kodaks
Confectionery - Sundries
Sales 8. Service
I2 South Market Street
Elizabethtown, Pa. Phone 7-i466
Phone E-Town 7- I 422
M. K. ENTERLINE
Dodge 8. Plymouth Cars
Dodge Job-rated Trucks
Cherry St. Elizabethtown,
Phone 7-I 280
BOBS FLOWER SHOP
E-Town's Finest Florist
39 S. Market St.
R. S. RISSER MOTORS NEWCOMER OIL CORPORATION
Cad. - Olds. - Pontiac RICHFIELD PETROLEUM PRODUCTS
Sales and Service EllZQbel'I1I'0Wn, Pennd.
Phone 7-T366 Dial 7-II38
IRONRITE Highest Quality MAYTAG
Ironers Appliances Washers
Radio 8. Television Dryers
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Ranges By RCA-Victor
Refrigerators K p Radio
Washers mm l - if V at Eg Television
Dryers "M" gk Q Q 7 55 E Tape Recorders
Water Heaters mullllu mm Phonographs
Dish Washers 22 E. High Street-E-Town Records
Household Appliances Phone 7-T344 Ranges
Elizabethtown R.D . W3
HAMILTON JEWELRY STORE
No. 9 Center Square
JAY S. RISSER GARMENT CO.
35-37 South Market Street
SMO KES PLACE
Confectionary, Groceries and Meats
I If2 Miles West of E-Town
Elizabethtown R.D. Ill, Pa.
JOE'S SHOE REPAIR SHOP
Elizabethtown, Pa .
R.D. 2 - U.S. Route 230
"Good Furniture at
BUILDING 81 SUPPLY CO.
341-351 W. Bainbridge Street
General Contractors Building Supplies
Newest, Most Modern Store
Apparel for the Family
AUNT SALLY'S KITCHEN
"Come in and sit once"
rn our Penna. Dutch atmosphere
Banquets A Specialty
To Our Graduate Clerks
And to All
The Class of 1955
The Franklin Store
Center Square, Elizabethtown
WOLGEMUTH BROS. ,
Phone - Mt. Joy 3-9551
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