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

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I5 Vx f a Page 1 XV, ",b' f I I' - , ' ,- d I - '1 fr I-rv' 'J , I1 , I' It IXI I -I I Q II I 'I I' ' .- our theme - scenes in E1I1flillJOlIt I I 1. ,A-an-. wget- an .-4 -, 4 . .4 1 .,..1 -v. A ,-., - 1 N ...ini ma. .- -.4 -..- - . l I . N ,,,I, s . S M u Q-1 1 if Q " ,- " ""T"" !"J , 7 7 ' ' ' Li'5S"i027'f5Qwwwwi'fviHf-YQ ' K7 'W ' Y ' ' i V 2, 'L' , nf, A-.U -' . f Wvsum W I Az., H K L' , mm, , 4, , tl r ' I'-aw g, ww M f-+1 k iz,,.,2gL15W!i?" , .fwfr ' L g I Q f-4uww7,.'aff.u,S1aLf+.. f " K' " i"'f-W A 2 ' 14 - L. A' . 'ww V- L, , - ..,.- f 1. I "QI" ., , 1.. v' 'VR' .f , 4.54, - . . f L. .Vr . 3-f""'. 1+,,:J: K Q a J 1 'Z ' ' , .1 1 -Q --.H .30 x . . uv X'-ii. le 6,AZ6lLQfA6U'l I 958 ELIZABETHTUWN AREA HIGH SCHUUL Elizabethtown Pennsylvania menace: fion XY'e. the Class of l958. dedicate our yearbook to Progress through Education. As .1 childs interests mature from the destructive to the constructive, illustrating the effects of education upon his life. his search for knowledge causes him to probe further into unknown fields. Through research, education broadens and increases the knowledge of our environment. XY'ithout education there would be little or no progress, for, in order to progress, someone must first originate an idea which later efforts can expand and perfect. The basis for all knowledge arises from the pastg progress, based on education, extends into the future. And education must keep advancing. If for one moment it should be static, in that moment it would become obsolete. iris.-Q' 1 5 s. S. ta Q - " 7 V ' x. X" 'A e--e at , " i ' Q . . - 'E if . -- 'W' , 'V , ' 'fjW, Q - D ,, . VV ' f ' ' . 'P 'I' an 1 X , . - " . ,... . L I ' A 1 - l fl Z- ' ' ' if' ff 9' - 34 - F tn : x W 1 . I .. , 5 a 3 g 6, .4 Q V V W Jac., . 2 5 . i f - t - Q :- .fir . i Y X. .YQ X - I' 1 . J ' M 2 Since practically nothing new is created unless it has as its foundation such prin- ciples as help forin the rich background found in our schools, education can be regarded as apprenticeship not only for life, but also for work. The modern mechanisms and ideas which we should cite as symbols of the progress of our contemporary world, were first made possible through the knowledge gained by their originators. just as knowledge then is the parent of progress, so the school, an educational in- stitution which molds character and prepares young people for the future, is the parent of knowledge. Within our own school, education is progressing to meet the increased demands haf our times. From the one-room school with its limited facilities, to the modern estab- lishment of,today, with its increased advantages, we have come a long way. Our school is serving to develop the resources and to shape the future of both society and of the in- dividual. It is for that enormous service that we make the dedication of this book. Page 5 Our Wugi-mfhon floffar Scgoof Zguifchng 0 Mr Daubert starts the project Dr Krlhelfner adds hrs part After the foundauon 15 Pa ftwfn-e-2 iii' E E: Work progresses to near perfection. 1'! 1 1 ee fu W. 'fi-of I As the main entrance takes form, we go into ann tm lobby a rough bcgmnmg 416 ro a sparklmg end XX hat gpmss A perspectxve of the halls IS gamed 10 the unfmlshed work 'ii- Waltlng an the fxnxshed work as '55-4' NW .a1,..,5 'Nu-" than ln the chemxsrry lab In our new home ec room a dxfferenr type of cookmg 15 done Modern shop machinery. 'ii 1 ff? T This maze of steelwork proclaims our gym ready for future Champs. 1 'gf l i 3 Preparing for hungry students. vuswxxfri ' 'xx-Nig' 'ix w Ns 3 ' fl In the last stage, we find that the audi- torium is not quite ready for curtain call. Page 9 if A ,.,,,.5, Q, K 1 .,n f, ff" . 'I' 1 Y ws Nw M1253-1 Q f.. -ng :fr asf? Jig. had 's "' .L H 4-me 4: 'S ., Y- ., A . 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H, ' - A9 545 P 1 -Q-..., ' .ZA I I ,Y Y .-f, A " ,.- .r -" f' ' ,ah .- I' W..1"' rfb lj' k ,gjwxf ,,, 0- u 'I I N x l X ,N n 1 W1 vi SEATED J Shcllcy Kaylor A lx Cnrman Sec Clyde E Fmlc Vrce Pres A G Splckler W E Wgaxcr Treas STANDING K Ezra Bucher Pres C. A S Hol lmgcr L E Smurlc j Qarltcrl Srhuldt J Ralph Parrett Elmer F Groff NOT PIC TURED S S Cnndcr john Ltaman A B Lonlgenecker N1ncentW OConnor M M Xwenger .S7CA00f EDGE! 'Ilus group of public SplflILL.l men IH our school systtm haue Clexoted much of tlulr tlmq and cftorts to tht tluclopmcnt of our new school Lnder the lcadcrshxp of Mr lx Put Burhcr trrsldrnt thur rrsponslbllltlcs mngctl from thc sclutlon of out stmtlmp tc1Ll1LrS to tha solutmn of prublrms lrrsmb at tht now school To tlust man. xx lm .tm wnstantly SIFIXIUB to promote thc vsclfurc of thc students. ftrulty. gmtl Clllllllllllllfy. wc ext rcss nur lccpcst gratitude. 5 mr iglufp .N Eauderf HIGH SCHOOL PRINCIPAL Never too busy to offer asslsmnce Mr Daubert has won the respect of the stu dent body Thls year he has achneved hrs goal of coachmg an undefeated football team A1thou5,h the majorrty of hns tlme IS occupled by the school he muntruns 'II'l actrve role m the commumtys orgam zatrons He rs proud of hrs famrly, especxally hrs 'httle football man," Robbre gaa. 6 Jeffrey, , SLIPERVISING PRINCIPAL Deeply mterested rn the welfare of mth IUCIIYICILIHI Dr Krlhefners valuable guldance IS 1nd1spensable to the student body Worklng towards the betterment of our school system he IS frequently found rn the Offrcc taclclmg thc many problems vuhrth 1flS6 Hrs after school hours are dexoted to his famxly and to workrnf, 1n hrs church and orgamzatlons of the commumty Page 13 MRS. MARHSFN B. Al.l.EN Xlfoostcr C . A ollegc. AB. Syrltttse LvI1lXCl'Sl'Q'. MA. Guidance. Social Studies MR. NORMAN E. DIEHI- Fliznbetluoxm College. B.S. Lfnlversity of Permsylv.mi,1. MS. Adm, Asst. to HS. Prin RTR GERALD C BLAKE Etst Stroudsburg, S TC B S Geography SOCl'LlSIL1d1CS MRS EIIYABETH A DONMOYER Mftrywood College BS Home Eeonomtes uf!-fe MRS ELSIE G CAR E Elxzqbethtosxn College B S T emple Lmxersrty MA Busmess Educmon MR STANLEY S D OTTERER Eltzabethtoxn n College M3fhCm3f1CS :MR TOHX P I DFA 'Nl IR Eltztbttlutoun C Jllue A Fnsltslw HRC ANN XX DRO7 XX est Cluster STC BS Pl lX5lL1l IJLIUIIIOU 42:3 Page 1444 ffm! W MISS MAY INIlllCl'SN 1lle S TC A B Elnmberhroxx rx College Marhemams MISS NIANCY I GIIRNIER Lcbfmon Valles College BS Vocal Musxc DL LEBOHN MR AI TON I-I IQPPI ER Muhlenberg. S T C Kutzroxx n S T C B S Science MR HARRYJ GRAHAM Ellzlbethtown College BS Marhemarlcs MISS EI AINE I FERKO Pennsylvqnm Smte UHIXCFSIIY B S Busmess Educemon MR KENNETH CRUSH Ellzwberhtoxxn College A B UHINCYSIIY of Pennsylmma MS MR VUIIIIAM T FRANTZ S Albrnght College B Bus 1ne5s Eclumuon MR IOHN G I-IABECKER Goshen College A B PCf!l'lSylN'l1'll21 Smte Umxersxty MECI M351- Pag eI5 'Cf' -5.15 U X R R DONAID HAVERSTIC Ellzqbethtoxxn College A B Socml Studres MR H Elxzubethtoxxn College B S Soclal Studtes ARVEY R IACOBS J MRS HARRIET C HERR West Chester S T C B S Englxsh MISS THERESA M KEEN College Mrserxcorcha A B Latm Engltsh MR DANIEL A HOOPERT Eltzabethtown College A B Temple Unrversrty M E Soclal Stud1es MR NOAH M KLAUSS I-Iamsburg Conservatory of Mus1c Ehzabethtown College Instrumental Musnc MRS JANE H HOOVER West Chester S TC B S Pennsylvmm State Unnerslty Physxcal Educatlon MISS LORETTA I KLINE Ehzwbethtovtn College BS French Inghsh R Page 16 MR HENRY NI LIBI-IART Franklxn and Marshall College A B Pennsylx anra Stare Lnnersmy Enghsh MISS MABEL J MILLER Lebanon Valley College AB Mrllersulle S TC Temple Lnnersm Englmsh MR HERBERT F NIQCOI I OM IR Pennsylx 1n1'1 State bnxxerslty A B Specxal Ed English MR RICHARD D INIIIIER West Chester STC BS Physlcal Eclucatlon MISS MIRIAM I. MENGEL Lebanon Valley College A B Akron Umx erslty Drexel Instxture 'Nlevn York Lmxersrry AB Llbrarlan MISS NORMA G MODESTI Pcnnsvlx ama State Unnerslty BS Home Economlcs MISS CVC ENDOI YN MILLER Elrmberhrovsn College B A Socml Srudlcs MRS DORIS E MLIR junlata College AB French Enghsh 5' Page P090 I8 MR CHARLES A NEXX CONIER Sllsqusihinrm College B S Busmess Eclucatlon MRS HELEW JANE Sl-IEELY Permsxlmma Smrc Lmxersm B A Kurzroxxn STC BS rr LL VL! MR J IOREIL PRICE Ellzabethrowxn College Enghsh Socml Srudles MR STEWART A SHOEMAKER Mxllersvxlle STC BS Indusrrlal Arcs MR ELWOOD R RABER Ellzaberhrovm College B S Scxence Mathematlcs MR DEAN R STEINHART Kurzroxm S TC B S Sclence INHSS FI ORENCE B RISSER Lebanon X 1llcy College BS Mqrhemarxcs MR ROBERT l TRIMBIE Elxzuberhrovun College AB Temple Lmx ersm Socnl Stuclles Psxchologx vx 'VA' jf MR. M. RICHARD WARDEN Shippensburg S.T.C., B.S. Pennsylvania State University Mathematics MR. RICHARD W. WOLF West Chester S.T.C., B.S. ' Physical Education MR WM H WERTZ University of Maryland B S Industrial Arts MRS LEAH M ZUCK Elizabethtown College A B English MRS SARA E STEELMAN Temple University M Ed Elizabethtown College BS Supervisor of Elementary Ed MRS DOROTHY S BAKER Registered Nurse DR C STUART SMITH MD DR C C DOUGLAS DDS -AYP? Page I9 , , . .rv-f -',..,- C.. ix? Ce INffS Nilfllll R SILIIIIIIII hffg hflflan R1ffLn5PLfbLf Ann1Ruthl,h'5S B113 S Int Hmmmcr all ll0l'J 1:-ul S1mon L HCISLQ Abmlum H Snydn Paul M Holtzmin Hon rd Rchrer C B Iulumm H NI1llLr R Pclfcr A Hormng Cl Cferga xg? f 'Nixrzm H Hmm NI C1511 A Bruba Page 20 4 Iurnu ml I Sm cr TJ U 1' ,.. 1 ' d 3 'I 1' . L" 1 ' "M L ", I , mi?" 'Hi 'f , . . f ,-Aff K . if LY' 4 . 1 W 'J A 4 " f V-' - . M . ' 2-Ring -ji' A 11 -? .- ggi, Q, I 5 ' .iff ,Q . , 5, , fy I . , I 1 . . , I I . - iA- 1 . - 5 Q f ' a X I. . . . . ' . . 1 . , ktf. Q.: '.'.. L U. gacuhg Snapj A teacher at work? Don t eat too much 1 'Mmm Sure thats rlght Mlss Keen' M1SSlUg somethmg Mrs MUII' Kmg of the Closets Page 21 x X . X I . Q 97 V Q . rg ,., 274.4 ' I in gg p 'T' H N. .ln 1 Ayyk W -W C' 1 J .1n,f"'M I -ur lg . , . Q Y nn., , - . M E ' 2 "uf qv Nt 1 ' V VP' :aff . "'- 1 A x Y 'Q .km w . 1 x -Q! 'r ' -4 . x LSQQ ,!,, 1 14 1 f ,Q " V , ' , JI 51"-ga' '-I fu' if " A' ' . n Wu'- : . A ,"-2 "gg: ,, ' , ni 1 45.3. 1 A . .4:e.f?f5? -A -ix, a as ,,-" ,,. 4 ,v ..'., '29 m- ,M , ., , 8,15 31.1,-" ' .6 f X12- 'v X "al If Q, 4. r A, 'x 5 4, L. v -420' . '5 , 1 -:-.ar-41-"'.. ., .1 ,.,u 32 3?3'j4'f'iw5 .fi . A 159: .M .fn - 1, 93- 'in Q. -1.31.0 le.. -A-V l 1 f ul -iq g,,- 3-!....t 2 , 'xx ,Q 'Q WZ-4 "r7Fv f- ,- ' ' 4 .M "pf f"'lx gg K ' - . f.5..,,,4 - Zz, f n:,e1," ' ' " ' my ' ,V 1 M ..4,.--, -' - N. - vs - - ' 1 A y,,- ,Y-11-ui. , ... ,A ,Adm gin K D .. in wgif., ' .--r ,,,,.,. QA . , .. if ' .L " K ad' A 2 . . A .45- LZ 'qs' an v Q .. if . f 'ff 54-4 . ,F . Jn, . W A . 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From many dlfferent homes we came, Some melxe long years ago Each classmate then was just a name A face across the row . , ,.,-- g 1,1- We learned the numbers one to ten, And letters A to Z Th n on to math and sclence Went And used them as a key 'L ,,..- X As graduatlon nears, well use Th1s knowledge We have learned To reach the goal weve made for hfe, For whlch so long weve yearned ,4- -i.....f- ,Q- La 3,-1 ,ii- L :,..-:rr-1 '3 '3 ,A -r lun Qit-1 t ' - ... 35 7,,.-.n--g- gd- g- gfadri Wloffo C 5455 ower From POSSlblllIS to Rcallty Red Rose Page 21 , - Y. ..- ... ig- .. Q, Y 1 7 .....,, -. Q N' 3 - , .1. ., , . L . , A L... R + -.1 ,-,.,-.Q N- ...f .lf i-i +- 4 N 1 W ' ' '. 1--A ' - , Q 4 V - :V 1 V ' .-- V -1: Y 4 - .. ' " ,Ai - . - if - - ' - D ' - i 4 ., T -9 ,,-- l L.. .- . - t - , 4. " Y 'I- ,- Q I f, 5' ' 4 h 5 .... ',-. .A '-- - Y V -, - , , Y ' Q --rar -..-J "" ' - ' :-1,-. M - - ' ac- . Y -L,,,u...-.. - 'L - JT I ..-.,,,c . . V - im.. I .- , - . 1- i - ..... .., el1l0l' CL55 lC0l'5 To our offrcers a group of oursrandrng leaders who have capably shouldered the responsxbllmes LarryKr1ck of the Class of 58 we wxsh to Hrgromm express our appreuatxon Robert Coleman Presldenr Donald Rutr Vxce Presxdenr Mr Haverstlck Chalrman Mr Lxbhart Mr Wolf Mr Hooperr Mary Roland Treasurer eb--f .xdaluworfi Mrs Mm T0 our advnsors who were always on hand to grve us guldance when we needed xt and assnstance when we wanted rr we extend our gratxrude Kay Bentzel Secretary Mlss Keen Page 25 . I 1 . X k .l N . J, Y J A f ' I , . Page 26 JAMES TERRY ADAMS 19 Hess Ave Terry General Band 1 2 3 4 Orchestra I 2 3 4 Hx Y 1 2 3 4 Presxdent 4 Football 1 Oo those freckles' enjoys tmkermg wxth hrs 56 Ford devours lobster tall H1 Gang drummer boy par excellence frequently patronrzes Troprcal Treat wlll be one of Uncle Sam s saxlor boys MELVIN ALDINGER Route 3 Ellzabethtown Me Commercxal Przza fancrer G1rls7 employed at Aunt Sallys Kntchen Gee whrz devotes hrs spare tnme to readrng ardent sports fan after graduatron he w1ll enroll rn Harrxsburg Busmess College SYLVIA A ALWINE 131 N Spruce St Commercial FTA 4 Art Club 4 Hockey 12 3 4 Cheerleadmg 2 3 4 Tr1H1Y134 FBLA 5 Chorus 34 Yearbook 4 Neat and attracuve dnd a terrnfxc job as Lucrlle nn the jr Class play nommated as rrght wrng to the All Star Lancaster County hockey team equrphrle skillful artrst plans on becommg a teacher IACK BAILEY Cherry St ac Commercnal Football 1 H1 Y 1 Chorus 1 2 3 4 Yearbook 4 Art Club 4 Slrck black crew cut art editors right hand man threw most enjoyable parties cuts a sharp frgure on the ce our Arthur Murray hopes to become a com mercnal artrst SALLY L BAKER 610 Groff Ave Sa y College Preparatory Hockey 1 2 3 4 Orchestra 1 2 3 4 Tri H1 Y 1 3 4 Treas uret 1 Band 2 3 journalism 12 3 FTA 3 Chorus 3 4 Yearbook 4 Varsity Club 3 4 Blonde bombshell poised hard hitting center half back on the hockey team original wardrobe patronizes Garbers taxi service plans to enter Ohio University to study research technology JOHN RAY BARNETT Route 1 Elizabethtown Barney College Preparatory Seen but seldom heard spends his summer working in the Masonic Homes orchard fond of French fies pals around with jim avid baseball fan extensive knife collection the future will find him breaking the sound barrier in the wild blue yonder' CRAIG A BASEHORE 218 Lemon St Freddie College Preparatory Band 12 3' Orchestra 12 3' Hi-Y 124' Football 12' Chess 1,2' Chorus 1. Cunning smile . . . pride and joy-his 38 Ford . . . delights in keeping homeroom blackboards immaculate! . . . sports eye-catching clothes . . . after a college education-Air Force bound. KAY D. BENTZEL 315 N. Market Sr. "Kay" College Preparatory Hockey 1,2,3,4g Cheerleading 1,2,3,4g Tri-Hi-Y 1,3,4g Presi dent 4g Girls' Trio 3,45 Class Play 3g Canteen Council 2,3,4 Treasurer 3, Vice-President 4g Chorus 1,3,4g Class Secre- tary 4g F.N.A. 3,43 Varsity Club 3,43 Yearbook 4. Short 'n cute . . . one of our vigorous cheerleaders . . . pos- sesses an interesting scrapbook . . . astonished at a surprise party when she received "jack-in-the-Box! . . . outstanding artistic ability . . . pet peeve: people who don't cheer at football games . . . the future will find her as a "Lady in White." Page Page 28 L RAY BERKEBILE 330 S Market St Mouse College Preparatory H1 Y 2 fMcPhersonD H1 Y 4 Swell guy doesnt appreclate Shakespearean drama enthusxasnc motorcycllst spends h1s spare moments wexght Ilftlng p1ans to return to McPherson to study medxcme JUDY K BERRIER Route 3 Elrzabethtown udy Commercral Tr1 H1 Y 1 34 Treasurer 7 Yearbook 4 FBLA 3 Pres1 dent 5 Ma1nta1ns a str1k1ng appearance efflclent WHIIICSS at Tropxcal Treat favornte food spaghetn what else? prefers popular musxc fond of aquatncs generally seen w1th Georgne or jean w1ll fulf1ll some boss s dream of a perfect secretary BARRY V BISHOP 435 N Spruce St Barry College Preparatory H1 Y I 73 Engmeermg Club 2 Band 12 34 Orchestra l 2 3 4 Chess Club 1 Yearbook 4 Shuttetbug plays a mean sax creat1ve heck' 1ntense mterest 1n Boy Scoutmg Phll3.ICllSf dxd a good job on lnghtmg for our jumor class play ambltlon to become the th1rd generatlon of B1shop pho tographers GLORIA JEAN BLOUGH Elnzabethtown College ean Commercxal Trl H1 Y 7 F B L A 3 Cheerful already has ex-pernenced lxfe on a college campus enormous appet1te for spaghettr roller skatmg dlSlllC6S sxde burns good luck to a swell gal' ELIZABETH R BOGGS 619 S Market St Betsy College Preparatory Hockey 12 34 Cheerleader 12 34 Captam 4 Varsntv Club 34 Class Secretary 2 Orchestra 1 Chess 3 Trl H1 Y 124 Chaplaxn 1 Class Play 3 FNA 3 Yearbook Art Edrtor 4 Lron s Club An ard 1 Knrttrng 4 Youll get over rt bubblrng persomlrty dynamrc captatn of the varslty cheerleaders perky blonde pony tax superb portrayal of Lady Macbeth rn the jumor Class Play wrll study dental hygtenxcs at Temple Um versrty sf flyfp W Wie J sc-JV J, 'JJ BARBARA A BRADLEY J SC Df- 20 Laurel Ave -cf Fl' Barbte Commercral Tr1H1Y 13 FHA 34 H1stor1an4 FBLA 3 Lrbrary Raven tresses quret untrl you get to know her Peggtes frequent companron mamtarns an mterest at Troprcal Treat wrll prepare plenty of French frres when she becomes a housewxfe JEAN M BRANDT 44 N Poplar St CHU Commercul Tr1H1Yl34 FBLA 3 Yearbook 4 Attractrve clothes keeps Troprcal lrvely snobby people-keep your dtstance Ken consume przza any time baseball rules just ask lean wrll add charm to any offrce MARGARET I BRINSER 339 W Hrgh St Peggy jo College Preparatory Tr1HrY 134 Scrrbe 4 FBLA 3 Recorder 3 Or chestra 12 34 journalrsm 2 34 Yearbook 4 Stung En semble 2 3 4 Chorus 1 Class Play 3 Attractrve elegant blonde page boy frred chtcken and Italxan foods rank hrgh lnkes to swtm dance and kmt collects all the latest hxt records concerted people beware lookmg forward to a wonderful secre tarral career fl-'J Page 29 Page 30 MARY LOUISE BRINSER Route 3 Elrzabethtown Brms COrI'lm6rC1al Tr1H1Y 13 FBLA 3 Yearbook 4 Oh heck' always has a joke to tell lnkes the combmatlon of beans and hamburg pretty brown eyes charmmg Mnss E town contestant plays popular tunes on the piano after graduatron buslness school VERNA BROSEY Route 1 Bambrldge Verna Comrnercxal Yearbook 4 Tr1H1Y 3 FBLA 3 Vrvacrous flrps over hxllbllly muslc Hey' dig that constantly gngglmg reads durmg her lersure hours aggravated by sloppy dressers w1ll be a bright spot rn some offxce GLENN R BUCHER 457 S Hanover St Glenn College Preparatorv Band 12 3 4 Orchestra 34 Chorus 12 3 4 Boys Quar tet 3 4 Basketball 12 3 4 Baseball 1 2 3 4 Student Coun cnl 123 Chess 12 Key Club 2 34 Treasurer 4 Varsrty Club 234 Canteen Councxl 1234 Vxce Presldent 3 Presldent 4 H1 Y 1 Well tramed flat top all around guy swarthy vlclous Danny Slletto ln our Junnor Play outstandr g mathematlcal abrlxty handles that ball sknllfully on the basketball floor r1ch barltone a whlte collar man rn the future GEORGIA R CARRIGER Rheems Georgne Commercral Trl H1 Y 1 3 4 Treasurer 4 F B L A 3 Vxce Presldent 3 Band Front 34 Captam 4 Yearbook 4 Chorus 3 4 Snappy dresser captaxn of the sparkling mayorettes wavy brown harr often seen at Tropxcal Treat 1n a black 57 Dodge No krddmg acrxve swrmrner and zealous football fan sure to succeed as a prrvate secr tary JACK H. CASSEBAUM Masonic Homes 'Cass' College Preparatory Football 234' Track 34' Varsity Club 2 34 Vice-Presi- dent 4' Chess 2' Gym Club 1' Yearbook 4 Rugged physlque key defensrve man on the grrdrron mfectlous smrle keeps the homeless out of trouble Varsrty Club s ruling hand strrves to keep those trarnmg rules college bound to become a phys ed teacher ROBERT L COLEMAN 215 E Wrllow St Bo College Preparatory Football 1 2 3 4 Class Play 3 Key Club 2 34 Presrdent 3 4 Varsrty Club 2 34 Band 12 34 Class Presrdent 2 34 H1 Y 1 Chorus 2 3 4 Boys Quartet 3 4 Orchestra 1 2 3 4 Busmess Manager 4 Yearbook 4 Towers over most of the class personalrty plus used hns ghastly laugh to great effect rn the Jumot Class Play effrcxent class presrdent hrs hobby of necessrty makmg oboe reeds' massrve frrst strrng tackle rnterested rn the medrcal professlon RICHARD A CRILEY 154 W Hummelstown St Drck College Preparatory Debate 123 Chess 34 Class Play 3 Yearbook 4 Co Edrtor 4 Ltons Club Award 1 Latm Award 12 Trmes Current Events 3 I Speak for Democracy Award 3 Competent Elrzabethan co edttor ardent chess fan has a large collectron of lepndopteras numerous hobbres assrduous student future florrst why teachers stay tn school will attend Pennsylvanra State UUIVIISIIY LYLE P CUNNINGHAM 130 S Poplar St Lyle Paul General Football 1 2 34 H1 Y 1 Yearbook 4 Vatslty Club 4 Proud owner of the Green Beetle wxtty develops a s1ck1ess the flrst day of huntmg season orrgrnator of oft repeated statements slumbers tn hrs leasure hours hopes to sport 1 marrne umform after graduatron Page 31 fs I Page 32 JAY DAVIS Masonic Homes BlrCl0g College Preparatory Football 7 34 Basketball 7 4 Track 3 4 Varsity Club 3 4 Chess 2 3 Tall blo de and handsome personality plus sharp clothes easy going pet peeve people who insist they can t do something and won t try a great athlete headed for West Chester to become a phys ed teacher JAMES ARNOLD DeLONG 21 Sager Rd m College Preparatory Chess 3 journalism 234 Co editor Blue and White 4 Debate 12 3 Junior High Chorus 1 Voice of Democracy Award 3 Auxilrum Lattnum Certificate 2 Times Current Affairs Award 3 Intellectual expert finds time to read science fiction and history capable co editor of the Blue and White after school lim is found working at Rexall Drug Store well versed on religions plans to enter the ministry and do missionary work in the future KENT W DIXON Masonic Homes Kent College Preparatory Football 1 2 3 4 Band 1 2 Chess 3 Varsity Club 3 4 Good looking sports enthusiast Oh' those homesre ru es passion for pizza favorite subjects Sleeping I and Sleeping II hopes to become a phys ed or in dustrral arts teacher lots of fun one swell guy CHESTER W. DOUGLASS 1107 S. Market St. Chet College Preparatory Baseball 1' Basketball 2' Student Council 1' Band 234' Orchestra 2 34 Treasurer 4' Key Club 2 3 4 Secretary 3 4' Chorus 12 34 Librarian 4' Boys' Quartet 2 34' Chess 2. Alumnus of the famous Columbus Boys Choir . . . bubbling over with vim vigor and vitality . . . tennis fanatic . . . our Perry Como . . . indispensable member of the four jokers . . . will study to become the second generation of Douglass dentists. TIM O DULANY 411 Highlawn Ave Tim College Preparatory Band 1 2 34 Chess 3 4 Hr Y 1 2 3 4 Vice President 3 Treasurer 4 Biology Club 2 Keen sense of humor is someone blushing? loves to camp and hunt loyal Boy Scout gained many friendships at the National Jamboree abhors empty gasoline tanks mixing chemicals will occupy his future DELBERT R DUPES Route 3 Elizabethtown De General Football 12 34 Baseball 1 Track 3 4 Varsity Club 34 Muscle man hefty back on the football team con sumer of Subs makes the opposite sex look twice intense interest in scouting always has a friendly hello will someday be a member of Uncle Sams forces DIANA RAYE EAGLE 40 W Hummelstown St Dyane Commercial Tri-Hi-Y 134' F.B.L.A. 3 Treasurer 3' F.H.A. 34 Presi- dent 3' Yearbook 4. Constantly giggling . . . obtains excellent results from paint- ing glassware and textiles . . . keeps the mailman busy with her perpetual letters . . . You re kidding of course! . . . as a housewife she will keep her home in tip top order. JANET L. ESPENSHADE 880 N. Market St. "Essie" College Preparatory ournalisin 2,3,4, Club's Editor 43 Tri-Hi-Y l,3,4, Vice- President 43 Chess 3g Canteen Council 2,3,4, Secretary 4g F.T.A. 3,4, Secretary 45 Hockey Scorekeeper 3,43 Lion's Club Award lg Lancaster Co. journalism Award 23 junior Class Play Prompter 3g Knitting Club 4g Yearbook 4, Literary Editor 4. Winning personality . . . constantly eating--enjoys any and all foods . . . attractive wardrobe . . . designs and makes some of her own clothes . . . ambitious-teaches Sunday School and assists in Club Scouting . . . loves to knit argyles . . . in sports, swimming ranks tops . . . destined to teach the three r's. Q' i Page 33 Page 34 KATHLEEN C EVANS 178 E Wrllou St Kathy College Preparato y Hockey 12 3 4 Tru H1 Y 1 3 4 Vxce Presrdent 1 FN A 34 Class Play Prompter 3 Canteen Councrl 234 Treas urer 4 Chorus 1 Yearbook Staff 4 Varsrty Club 4 Treas urer 4 Tall and polsed our corn queen representatxve bouncmg pony tall has 1 technlque for parkrng her car without scratchmg :tn photography fnend seldom seen wlthout Kay or Essle wrll be a charming nurse for some lucky patrents ROBERT B FARRAR Masonrc Homes Peanut College Preparatory Football 12 34 Basketball 1 Track 3 4 Chess 2 Varsrty Club 3 4 Yearbook 4 Amerxcan Legron Auxrlnary Award 3 Small but mrghty dynamo on the football freld one swell guy enjoys playmg the prano and organ keeps the mmutes of the Varstty Club rn apple pre order pet peeve hrs broke brother Carnegre Insutute of Technology here comes Peanut KITTY FASNACHT 455 W Bambrrdge St Klfry Commercnal Orchestra 1 2 3 4 Band 1 7 3 4 Chorus 34 Trl H1 Y 1 3 4 Yearbook 4 Talkatrve frequently mrstaken for Loxs proud of the fact that she rs several mmutes older devrlrsh grm detests rrdmg the bus to school wrll brrghten some office as a top notch secretary LOIS FASNACHT 455 W Bambrndge St I-015 Commercral Orchestra 34 Band 34 Tr1HxY l 1 4 Chorus 4 Year book 4 Talented pramst and orgamst cheerful rnfectrous smzle Oh Crovs collaborates mth her other half ln therr lose of frred chlcken muslc mll surround her 1n the future DONNALEE FIKE 204 E I-Ixgh St Donna College Preparatory Chorus 123 Class Play 3 FNA 34 Journalrsm 2 34 Tr1H1Y 134 Scrlbe 1 Chaplarn 4 Yearbook 4 Knxt tmg 4 Artrsnc keeps late hours readlng the newest novels Prxscnlla the knltter usually seen wlth Ian or P her brown statnon wagon cant seem to fmd a nursmg school to fn her needs JANET FLECK 320 E Barnbrldge St Fleckle Commercxal Tr1H1Y 34 Secretary 4 Chorus 34 Secretary 4 Year book 4 FBLA 3 Secretary 3 G1rlsTr1o 34 FNA 4 Sparklrng personahty pleasant sm1le lovely soprano voice branny chem students beware' sharp ward ro e always seen wrth Sylvla sure to be a success rn nurstng or arrlme hostessrng whrch ever she chooses MILTON R FRUTCHEY 104 S Poplar St M1 t General Football 2 3 4 Captam 4 Basketball 1 2 3 Baseball 2 Recreatxon Club 2 Presldent 2 Class Secretary 3 Varsxty Club 2 3 4 Muscle man good lookmg blonde drslxkes dawdlers excels rn any sport ponders over hrs Englrsh words capable captarn of the grxdlron someday wlll coach hrs own football team RUSSEL FUNCK Route 1 Bambrxdge Rug General Band 1 2 3 4 Constructs model trams tn hrs spare tlme wlld sense of humor constantly heard saymg you know what? ardent frsherman someday wrll be engmeermg a stream lxned tram after graduation though 1ts Navy for Rus Page 35 Page 36 POLLY A GARBER 105 Woodland Ave Polly College Preparatory Cheerleading l 2 3 4 Hockey 1 2 3 4 Trl H1 Y 1 3 4 Chess 3 Varsrty Club 3 4 FN A 3 Kmttmg 4 Small bundle of dynamlte Bxg rlght fullback on the hockey freld weekends frequently frnd her travelrng to Washrngton D C Mrghty Mouse Dld some one mentron the Marine Band? Provides Taxr servrce from the Rrdge m her green Ford Hood College here comes our gal Polly THOMAS L GARMAN Barnbrxdge Tom Commercnal Lanky dark complected rrrrtated by reckless drivers Marntams a lrvelv xnterest rn football on hrs menu pumpkin pre and meat loaf rank tops looks forward to frshmg season busmess school after graduatron X ffm A E Q out am Tex Commerc al an Fro 1 CTe as? C C ash X J ear 00 4 3 FHA 4 ce ly XL resxde t 4 F B P, Real fmt? gal fl h ff0IU?th ONL s te ln the c a mg empted zza rs never o ome ensnve recor collectron all add sparklex o any 8912 as a hou fe JANET MAE GEYER Route 5 Elrzaberhtown anet Commercnal Trl H1Y 54 FBLA 3 One of the shorter members of the class prefers archery ro other sports relrshes spaghertl dlshkes untndy and unmannerly baseball fan lookmg forward to a sec retarlal career QUINTEN GIBBLE Route 1 Elizabethtown intie Commercial Football 1 Basketball 1 2 34 Baseball 1 34 H1 Y 1 2 34 Real swell guy nimble man on the basketball court pours over any type of sports magazine could eat his way through a stack of pot pie proud of his blond flat to after graduation umtie will be workin for the railroad DENNIS GILLHAM 244W N Market St Dennis the Menace General Football 2 3 4 Basketball 2 3 4 Baseball 2 3 4 Live wire crafty on the basketball court chock full of muscles curly top lives up to his nickname advocator of the pegged pants fashion ambition to become a millionaire' BARBARA GINDER Route 3 Elizabethtown Barb Commercial Tri-Hi-Y 1 34' Band Front 3 4' F.B.L.A. 3' Yearbook 4. Member of our prize winning band front . . . slaves a Tropical Treat . . . did someone mention Steak sandwiches. . . . -Iudys side kick . . . frequently seen at Canteen with that special guy . . . a future top-notch secretary. JANET A. GISH Route 1 Elizabethtown anef Commercial Yearbook 4 Treasurer 4. . Naturally curly locks . . . prim n precise . . . industrious Elizabethan treasurer . . . collects china canines . . . ond of classical music . . . enjoys any and all types of house- work . . . after graduation she will be devoted to a secre- tarial career. 15 fl' P fr G if ' 4 A Page 37 Pge 38 GAIL LOUISE GOSS 47 College Ave Gossre Commerclal Trl H1 Y 1 34 Student Council 1 Chorus 1 2 lournalxsm 234 FBLA 3 Yearbook 4 Grgglebox uvacnous brunette has most excrtrng slumber partles pluggrng typlst for the Blue and Whrte Possesses an eye for Uncle Sam s Navy blue hopes to be a beaut1c1an after E A H S RAY D GRAHAM Masonrc Homes Ra College Preparatory Basketball 4 Yearbook 4 Always clownrng talks a mrle a mmute great sense of humor hawk eyed spotter at our football games has the answer for overcommg traffxc yams just cant seem to sxt st1ll apparently headed the college way JUDITH DAWN GRAYBILL 206 N Poplar St Y Trl Hx Y 1 3 Presrdent 3 Chorus 34 Assrstant Secretary 4 journalrsm 2 3 4 Student Councnl 1 2 34 Vrce Presrdent 4 Yearbook 4 Secretary 4 Small charmrng gal lrkes to partlcxpate rn as well as watch football pleasant personalrty qu1etC7D rncompatrble wrth that certain fellow for her love of chocolate Ice cream knows all the top hrt recordmgs will add a touch of effxcrency to some offrce ARLENE GREENAWALT Route 3 Ellzabethtown Arlene Commercxal F H A 4 Delrghts rn eatmg submarme sandwlches Saturdays fund her at Moyers Potato Chxp factory Crack' thats Arlene and her chewing gum rxses at 4 30 to mrlk forty cows commonly found ln the company of Mrrxam and Arlene a swell gal '- '- , , 1 ' 1 . 3 , ' , y S -'-- .Z - Y , . "Jud " Commercial ' " 1 9 a 1 1 r 1 r s 1 ' , . .U Y U JANE GRIMM Route 1 Elrzabethtovsn H0 Commercral roller skatmg fan craves spaghettr values her unusual key collectron spends her spare trme reading secretary Oh my lner' quret lookmg forward to becomrng a JOAN GROFF Route 3 Manherm 02m Commercral Trr H1 Y 3 FBLA 3 Yearbook 4 A smrle for everyone spends those lexsure moments horseback rrdrng My Word keeps the rad1o tuned to the hrt songs another steak sandwrch oan7 effncrent secretary to be PAULINE L GRUBB 1997 N Market St Polly College Preparatory Scrence 1 umor Hrgh Chorus 1 Student Councrl 2 L1 brary Staff 2 3 4 President 34 Iournalrsm 2 3 4 Blue and Whrte Co edrtor 4 Knrttrng 4 Iunror Play 3 Chess 3 Yearbook 4 Elrzabethan Co edrtor 4 I Speak For De mocracy Award 2 3 Capable Elrzabethan co edrtor rndustrrous reads Shakespeare durrng rnfrequent spare moments prefers opera to hrllbrlly musrc devotes her summers to camp work that rsn t too potent at Columbra Umversrty she hopes to study the essentrals of Irbrary work RICHARD GRUBB 307 College Ave College Preparatory Hr Y 17 4 Chaplam 4 Football 1 3 Brology Club 2 Mrschrevous gleam rn hrs eye hot rod manlac catrons at Mt Gretna excels rn swrmmrng wrde varrety of cars you better beheve rt and thrs he enforces arms to achreve success rn the screntrfrc freld Page 39 s NJ -1 , 1. . ,, . , r 1 HJ -n . 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Va' Page GEORGE LARRY HAAS Route l Barnbrrdge Georgre College Preparatory Band 1 Semor Orchestra 12 H1 Y 12 Brology Club 1 Wry sense of humor keeps hrs auto rn trp top shape so rt can make those darly trrps to Mrddletown would lrke to become a drsc jockey plans to attend busrness school please dont ask George to change a flat trre' SHELBY JEAN HACKENBERGER Route 1 Bambrldge Shelby Commercral Band Front 1 fBa1nbr1dgeJ FBLA 3 Trl Hr Y 5 Flrps over Italran foods specrfrcally przza sparkles when the Navy IS mentroned reads almost any type of lrterature looks forward to cold wrnter days when the lakes w1ll be frozen wrll be a real sweet secretary JUDITH ANN HAMILTON E Harrlsburg Prke udy Commercral F H A 4 Trr H1 Y 1 Pleasant smrle produces some beautrful dorlles relrshes cheeseburgers ' long rrdes to school could read a good book anytrme wrll make a frrst rate beautxcran belongs to the Clrque Haters Assocra uon THELMA -IFAN HEIGEL 123 N Spruce Sr Thelma jane Commercral ournallsm 74 unlor Band l 7 Semor Orchestra 12 Trl H1 Y 1 54 FB L A 3 Llbrary Staff 1 2 3 4 Mixed Chorus 2 4 Talkatlve annoyed by sarcastxc people farthful worker at the Darry ueen lrkes rce cream any connect1on9 thus IS no where has a nose for burnt food7 favorrte sport football looks forward tp a career as a secretary J CLYDE HIESTAND Route 1 Barnbrndge Clyde College Preparatory Lrkes church work works on hrs dad s farm mtense lnterest rn agriculture the pennres rn hrs collectron date back to 1909 hard worker of the Y FC Club arms to attend Moody Brble Instrtute DONALD E HILSHER Route 1 Elrzabethtown Don General Could concervably do wnthour POD classes favorrte food rs French frxes lrkes to hunt I rn season that ISD sports mmcled practices those basketball shots plans a future as a farmer JOYCE E HILSHER 939 S Spruce Sr oyce College Preparatory Band 3 4 Trl H1 Y 1 3 4 FTA 3 Treasurer 4 Yearbook Staff 4 Kmttmg 4 Orchestra 4 Qulet personable penre frrendly smile Oh great rce cream lover pet peeve early mornmg band practrces asprres to a reachrng career dustrrous member of the lrterary staff profrcrent seam stress LOIS S HIPPLE Route 1 Bambrrdge Lors Commercral Band 1 CBa1nbr1dgeD FHA 34 Hrstorran 3 FBLA 3 Trl H1 Y 3 4 Chorv s 1 fB3ll'lbI'ldgCD Smrlmg lass prefers chocolate when she has a chorce of rce creams constant rooter for our football team treasures the record Mr Lee 97 sure to reach her chosen goal Page Q SANDRA FAYE HOFFER 416 W Bainbridge St an y Commercial Tri H 1 3 journalism 23 Mixed Chorus 34 FBLA 3 F A 4 Reporter 4 Yearbook 4 junior High Cho- C eerful disposition vast accumulation of popular records often seen in that certain convertible sists on pizza if its a choice of foods another detestor of snobbish people arms to learn the culinary arts before she becomes a housewife BENJAMIN H HOFFMAN 245 College Ave Ben College Preparatory Band 12 34 Chorus 2 54 Key Club 2 34 Yearbook 4 Engineering Club 4 Sports a golden crew cut big broad smile for everyone Hi Ace super salesman ardent hunter and got that build from eating pot pie those women drivers' intends to become a lawyer LLEWELLYN E HUMMER Route 5 Elizabethtown Lucy Commercial Tri H1Y 34 FBLA 5 Wavy black hair fashions unique hair styles Why bless your little motor' neat clothes whiles away her hours at Grace Blough s favorite sport football whether its an IB M operator or a receptionist shes sure to achieve success LINDA V ITZOE 122 W Bainbridge St Llnda Commercial Mixed Chorus 2 5 4 F T A 3 4 Student Council 4 Industrious one of her many accomplishments is the mastery of the musical saw beautiful penmanshnp interests he in the business field planned original pro grams for FTA meetings will make a top notch teacher X F I XL! lv' x Q lv t y 0 X 1 fl JJG ji ,Nl ' , 1 ' , 3 .-.. Q, - - 1 Q Z . . . ' ' ' . . . in- . , 5 , , 9 , , L 1 fisherman . . . raises Christmas trees in his spare time . . . 1 - '- , g .... . . . . , ,,: - . . ,Q ' - 1 . . . 1 1 ' - JUDITH C. JONES 523 W High St udy College Preparatory Band Escort 1234 Captam 4 Senror Orchestra 12 34 F N A 3 4 Trl H1 Y 1 34 Strlng Ensemble 2 34 Harrrs burg Youth Symphony 12 34 Yearbook 4 Art Club 4 Never endmg wardrobe frequents Etown College campus drrves a lrght grey converuble capably led the band escorts rn therr routmes adores Snamese cats 1 has a collectron of real one' D bound for Lankenau Hosprtal to become an R N HAROLD KEENER Route 1 Elrzabethtown Harold General Track 3 Blue eyed blond member of our track team auto mechanrc love for spuds drowned rn gravy would accept any car but a Ford potatoes wrll probably pre dommate the frelds of Harold s farm SHIRLEY I KEENER Route 1 Bainbridge Shlrley Commercral Yearbook 4 FBLA 3 Tr1H1Y 34 Pert brunette favorrte actrvmes mclude tall-:mg espe cially wnth Verna cautxous woman drrver' admrres cuddly teddybears IS sent by rock n roll ftrendly to evervone plans to enter the popular professron of secretar al work DALE KILHEFNER 521 Arch St Dale College Preparatory Basketball 1 2 3 4 Band 1 2 3 4 Orchestra 1 2 3 4 Chorus 1 2 3 4 Busmess Manager 3 Presrdent 4 Boys Quartet 234 Student Councrl 12 Class Vrce Presrdent 2 3 Class Play 3 Key Club 2 3 4 Vrce President 5 H1 Y 1 Chess 3 Lxon s Club Award 2 Tall dark and handsome studrous often seen wrth Glenn skrlled trombomst enjoys quartet pracnces tenms and basketball are hrgh on hrs lrst of sports would apprecxate longer lunch perxods wnll be a success nn whatever he attempts Pge 43 Page 44 RALPH P KLINE. Route l Ehzabethtown Kl1n1e Commercral Track 3 4 Drrves to school 1n h1s black Chevy could live mdef, nrtely on spaghettn and meatballs hammers away 1n hns carpenters shop handy w1th any tool what would he do wnthout IClCVlS1OHD a future constructor EVELYN J KRAYBILL Rheems Evne College Preparatory Student Councnl 34 Secretary 4 Hockey 234 Co-cap ta1n 4 Varsnty Club 34 Orchestra 1234 Presxdent 4 Band 2 3 4 Chorus 2 3 4 Accompan1st 2 3 Trl H1 Y 1 3 journahsm 2 34 Play Prompter 3 Grrls Trlo Accompa mst 3 Yearbook 4 Busmess Manager 4 FTA 34 Pres rdenr 4 Eng1neer1ng Club 4 Versatnle loves to talk on the telephone CfflClCIlf fullback on our hockey team collec s h1 fr records produces beaunful tones on the pnano and organ 1s- l1kes her mckname Mable g1gglet w1ll long be remembered for her blood curdlmg screams 1n the Jr Pay 1nterests l1e IH the f1eld of medlcal technology LARRY R KRICK 25 N Poplar St Larry College Preparatory journalxsm 12 3 4 Debate Club 12 3 Pres1dent 1 Chorus 3 4 Class HISEOTIHH 1 2 3 4 Staunch democrat nock a mole or1g1nator of the Debate Club act1ve nn church work gathered and recorded our class hrstory eloquent wrxter enjoys argumentat1ve conversatxons 1ntends to enter the mnnnstry BIRGIT K R KRUMREI 75 College Ave B1 1 College Preparatory Chorus 4 B1ology Club fUntersekundaJ Rowmg Club CObertert1aJ Yearbook 4 Tr1 H1 Y 4 Art Club 4 Came to us as a German exchange student constantly smnlmg unusual artrstxc and musical abllrty Germany spent her extra moments skung found d1c tnonanes to be qulte handy' upon her return to Get many she wxll study art or home economlcs ,O.N0llX ml J J FM GARET LANQAS S arket St tu de P e Jomfhe al if gl 1Y 15 H 94 Tr urer FBLA 3 L1 rary fixjl 1355.3 Frog-tg Q5 Q l7JTal v pals Filth Sand and Barbara x t e 3-I keeps the armed rce l ll usy has wxde varnety of stuffed an sure o ma fect wlfe for that certam aff lf KATHLEEN LEHMANI Route 2 Mt joy Kafhl' Commercnal Band Front 54 Tr1H1Y 134 V1ce Presrdent 5 Presn dem 4 FBLA 5 Hockey 1 Orchestra 1234 Year book 4 Pert and cute an :deal majorette frddles away her tnme by watchlng football or dancmg especxally wxth that certam guy beautrful naturally curly hatr her ambmon to become a medlcal secretary MARLENE LIGHTY Bambrrdge Marlene General Chorus 1 iBa1nbr1dgeD Girls Glee Club 3 CBa1nbr1dgeD Class Play 3 CBa1nbr1dgeD FN A 4 Trl H1 Y 4 Welcome addrtlon to our class th1s year frrendly rmmense stamp collectron Oh' my gets a blg bang out of drnvlng' an E P hater lookrng forward to a nursmg career I t GARY A MacPHERSON Rheems Zip College Preparatory Class Presrdent CLower Chancefordj 1 2 Chorus CLower Chancefordb 1 2 Mrxed Chorus 3 4 Ch ss 3 Yearbook 4 Class Play 5 Lucky owner of a crop of curls though Gary doesn t thrnk so Romeo scouts around rn a red Studebaker cuts a mean fngure on the dance floor 'bald man ln our jr Class Play plans to major nn psychology at Westmlnster College Pug! 45 Pegg A6 SHIRLEY A METZLER 119 W Hummelstown St Shirley Commercial Tril-liY 134 FBLA 3 FHA 4 Uusually seen in the company of Diana Not actually engages in hockey ice skating swimming or tennis depending on the season kept the concession stand at Willowood neat and tidy ladies surely will come to Shirley for the1r permanents CHRIST MILLER Route 1 Elizabethtown Chris General Track 3 4 Carrot top active participant in gym football games has raised several prize winning steers mdulges in thick milkshakes already has had plenty of farm ing exp rience for his future career MILDRED G MILLER Route 1 Elizabethtown Millie ' Commercial Banking Program Clerk 4' Yearbook 4. Long curly hair . . . always has a friendly smile for every- one . . . how about another rootbeer float Millie. . . . sends that baseball soaring across the diamond . . . has a craving for food food food . . . a secretarial vocation after graduation. AUDREY L MOHR Bainbridge "Aud" Commercial F.H.A. 3,4, President 45 Chorus, CBainbridgeJ Ig Band, CBainbridgeD lg Tri-Hi-Y 3,43 Cheerleader, CBainbridgeD lg F.B.L.A. 3g Yearbook 43 Art 4. Attractive, dark complexioned Miss . . . full of pep . . . congenial smile . . . flits away the hours by working at Mt. Joy Restaurant . . . prefers seafood in any shape or form . . . will make a first-rate beautician. ALLEN MY ER Route 3 Elizabethtown General Track 234 H1Y 4 Curly blond hair mak s a hobby of hot rods active member of the Valve Grinders Gee Wlmiz quiet another consumer of fried chicken unerring aim with a gun undecided about his future JANET K MYERS 805 College Ave an College Preparatory Tril-l1Y 134 Chaplain 1 Scribe 3 ournalism 234 Music Editor 4 J High Chorus 1 Yearbook 4 Photog raphy Editor 4 Hard working photography editor cool combination of grey eyes and blonde hair has the latest recordings spends her summers stuffing envelopes soon will be hostessmg a TWA Airliner LOIS F OBER Route 3 Elizabethtown Lois Commercial ournalism 34' F.N.A. 3' F.B.L.A. 3' Banking Program Clerk 4' Yearbook 4. Friendly . . . specializes in her own 'Club Dagwood Sand- wiches . . . slaves at the Franklin Store . . . faithful re- porter for the Blue and White . . . plays the accordion . . . will add an air of cheerfulness to some office. MIRIAM N. OBERHOLTZER Route 3, Elizabethtown "Miriam" Commercial Knitting Club 4. Reserved . . . dabbles in the fine arts . . . detests being called "Minnie" . . . "Broth-er!" . . . zest for raw fried potatoes with tomato sauce . . . whiz with a table tennis paddle . . . looking forward to a secretarial future. WJ Page 47 I Page 43 Inf' ll SUSAN RANK Route 1, Bainbridge ue Commercial Tri H 1 Y 4 Petite cuts a fancy figure at the roller skating rink mama for pizza thats for the birds motor cycle devotee bound to become a successful housewife FRANKLIN H REED Box No 1 Lawn Frank College Preparatory Debate 1 2 3 President 3 Boys Chorus 1 Chess 3 4 Year book 4 Orchestra 4 Pipe organist and pianist I resent that statement delights in arguing spent his summer working as a busboy at Howard Johnsons enjoys doing any thing that s constructive Lebanon Valley College bound to become a musician MARY E ROLAND 624 Hampton Rd Mary College Preparatory Hockey 1 2 3 4 Captain 4 Cheerleader 1 2 3 4 Class Treas urer 2 3 4 Tri H1 Y 1 3 4 President 1 Vice President 4 Student Council 34 Secretary 3 President 4 FT.A 3 Secretary 3 Chorus 1234 Girls Trio 34 jr Play 3 National Tri Hi Y Congress 3 Yearbook 4 Varsity Club 3 4 Able captain of the hockey team smooth dancer driving came naturallyv added much color to the treasury recor n perfect order threw most memorable parties esses everything it takes to be an out stand g gy mstructor H if 1 Vt EDWARD ROYER Rheems ' General H1 Y 12 3 Chess 3 Track 34 Yearbook 4 Really cross country man fancies chicken in any y shape or form" spends the majority of his aking hours at Tropical Treat defends the rights 'jo Rheems good marksman after graduation ectromcs for Ed WS. H. I 'n A Jr. Class Play . terrific alto voice . . . kept our class 1 J fag' ,Lt i " X, L, ff! P nl' F26 Ar! N P , .- I VNMDXALV ' p -V Mol' DK . 12191 2' Fw ML., . fr L HAROLD I. ROYER 104 S Poplar St Ha College Preparatory Football l 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Baseball 1 2 3 4 Var sity Club 234 Chess 234 HiY 1 President 1 Class Play 3 Yearbook 4 Gil Shirk Award 3 Engineering 4 Handsome three letter man makes a hobby of sports partial to football beguiling smile outstanding per sonality proud holder of the Gil Shirk Trophy makes his second home at Hampton Road sure to succeed as an engineer DONALD R RUTI' Rheems Ruben College Preparatory Football l 2 3 4 Basketball l 2 3 4 Baseball 1 34 H1 Y 1 Biology 2 Class Vice President 4 Varsity Club 34 Yearbook 4 Engineering Club 4 All around athlete handsome vice president of our class proud of his yellow Chevy adds a spark to any party fervid interest on Woodland Avenue spotter of stunning clothes has chosen engineering for his career H ELAINE SCI-IWANGER Route 1 Elizabethtown Elaine Commercial F H A 3 If pizza isnt available shell supplement with a sub gets enjoyment out of teasing and talking motley col lection of movie stars pictures bull s eye archeress hasnt definitely decided on a future vocation but pos sibly that of homemaking SUSAN J. SEITZ Susie General Tri-Hi-Y 4. Quiet and easy going . . . Oh! shucks . . . spends her time listening to popular music . . . favorite dish: macaroni and cheese . . . proud of her china dog collection . . . prefers singing as a vocation-best of luck, Sue. Page Page 50 EDITH MAE SHELLY Route 3 Elizabethtown Edie Commercial Hard working waitress at Kountry Kitchen Well' Oh how she hates to get up in the morning' couldnt survive without hoagies will take a hike anytime aspires to a secretarial career LOUISE M SHISSLER Route 3 Elizabe htown Weezer Commercial jr High Chorus 1 FHA 3 Yearbook 4 Beautiful get black hair always smiling possesses an appetite for fried chicken graceful ice skater sews her own clothes accomplished accordionist ambition working with Child Evangelism sure to do a top notch job SONJA Y SIMIONE Bainbridge 1 Commercial Cheerleader l Band Front 1 Chorus 1 Bainbridge Tri HiY54 FB A 3 FHA 34Secretary3 Yearbook4 Rambunctious loves Italian foods especially chicken a la caccatorx-could there be some connect1on79 really now' with her extensive recipe collection she will cook many luscious foods' BRUCE SINE 123 N Hanover St Bruce General Hi-Y 34. Happy-go-lucky . . . spends most of the time remodeling his black cruiser . . . check that southern drawl . . . con- tented only while sleeping . . . dreams of Cherry pie-a-la- mode . . . those green rolls Bruce is seen carrying are his mechanical drawings . . . will spend his time working on automobiles after graduation. CHRISTIANA K SPICKLER Route 1 Ehzabethtown Chris College Preparatory Tri H1 Y 134 Band Front 34 Orchestra 2 34 Bus Patrol 3 4 Yearbook 4 F N A 4 Canteen Council 1 2 3 4 Active member of the Canteen Council eats lobster tail with gusto early morning band practices not for Chris fellnqlllshed her summes to assist in the park program frequents Canteen has selected nursing for a future JANICE E STAHL 311 E Bainbridge St n College Preparatory Sr Band 12 3 4 Sr Orchestra 12 3 4 Tr1H1Y 13 F N A 3 4 Short wavy hair pretty inseparable companion of Judy sole lover of peanut butter and pickle sand wiches skillful on skates devotes most of her time to writing letters snappy dresser bound for Bryn Mawr School of Nursing JOHN F STONE Route 1 Elizabethtown Rocky General Lanky gallant Robin Hood a chocolate nut sunda is sure to delight him obese people find no favor with John carefree a swell guy has a technique for long football passes in gym class future farmer of America JOHN C STROH 38 College Ave Jack College Preparatory Hi Y 1 2 3 4 Vice President 4 Chess 3 4 Biology 2 Takes life in his stride . . . got a splash out of killing Simons red snake . . . heads to Hershey after school- wonder why? . . . uproarious laugh . . . frequent victim of Mr. Libharts jokes . . . enjoys outdoor activities . . . plans to become a D.V.M. Page 51 Page 52 GOLDIE M SWEIGART Route 3 Hershey Susre College Preparatory Trr Hr Y 14 FNA 34 Presrdent 4 Sweet personalrty practrces the arts of psychology on her brothers has developed some extra ordrnary recrpes metrculous strongly upholds the golden rule scored a TD for the grrls football team rn gym class wrll become a perfect angel of mercy JERE H SWEIGART 434 S Market St Prstol College Preparatory Brology Club 3 Football 14 Basketball Manager 1234 Hr Y 1 Chess 34 Varsrty Club 4 Instrgator of many laughs famous for hrs pep yells rn the borler room rce hockey fan devotes those extra hours to earrng and sleepmg trrcky wrth a deck of cards basketball equrpment man arms to emu late Mel Allen RICHARD H THOMAS JR Route 1 Elrzabethtown Pop College Preparatory Football 12 34 Basketball 123 Hr Y 23 Track 2 3 Chess 4 Varsrty Club 34 Loquacious All State football candrdate proud of hrs neck tre wardrobe mesmerrst C91 scores the extra pornts for our football team saves hrs three rllegal days for huntrn season headed State way to study archrtecture THOMAS R TRIMMER Masonrc Homes Tom College Preparatory Football l Manager 3 Brology Club 2 Hr Yr 1 Chess Club 3 Yearbook 4 Attarned the rank of Eagle Scout camera man roams the Masonrc Homes woods wrth hrs shotgun assrsted Barry rn photographrng yearbook prctures stacks and stacks of photography magazrnes what wouldnt he do to stay rn bed rn the mornrn 9 after he recerves hrs drploma rts off to Brooks Instrtute of Pho- tography JOHN K WAGNER Route l Elizabethtown ohn General Safety Patrol 1 I-I1Y 3 Explorer of the great outdoors partial to hush pup ies fishing season finds john along the river bank reeling them in fond of ice hockey sends that puck aslidin right into the goal has chosen a unique voca tion to become a tim ber r r man MILDRED R A WALTERS Masonic Homes Millie Commercial Tri H1 Y 1 34 Chaplain 4 F B LA 3 Band 4 Co captain Beautiful strawberry blonde hair hails from the Ma sonic Homes full of pep one of our high stepping majorettes relrshes pizza smooth dancing partner spends long hours listening to popular music sure to succeed as a receptionist WILLIE D WHITE Route l Bainbridge Willie General Chorus 2' Hi-Y 4' Yearbook 4. Flashing smile . . . Good grief . . . always knows the latest joke . . . easy going . . . mello voice . . . picks out a snappy tune on the keyboard . . . amiable . . . the enter- tainment field will be enhanced by his superb musical ability. WARREN WILSON Masonic Homes Corky College Preparatory Intelligence par excellence . . . has made an extensive study of sports . . . visited many historical places in his travels throughout the United States . . . cherishes history books . . . when it comes to food Warren prefers veal cutlets . . . after E.A.I-I.S. the ministry. Page 53 'C' Page 54 BARBARA ANN WINTERS Route 2 Elizabethtown Barb Commercial Tri Hi X 4 Freckles galore has no favorites likes all foods uses her study periods to catch up on the latest gossip works at the Crippled Childrens Hospital enjoys watching television another in our ranks of secretaries to be WINONA LEE WITMER 128 Arch St Winnie Commercial Tt1HiY13 FBLA 5 FHA 4 Hearty laugh produces excellent works of att feels that cranks have no place in this world sa es clerk at Grants weakness for athletics will span the horizons when she Joins the womens Air Force ARLENE E ZEAGER Route 2 Elizabethtown Leane Commercial Knitting Club 4. Oh! dear . . . prefers her potatoes fried . . . p peeve: students who insist on talking in study halls . . . has turned out some gorgeous rigs with the crochet hook . . . aimed to learn the knitting techniques this year , . . her goal: to become an efficient housewife. 3 frm of 1958 an petroapecl It seems years ago that we the Class of 1958, made our debut rn that awe rnsprrrng rnstrtutron called the elementary school, algebra, chemistry and math were but part of a vague and distant future It was Sally and her dog Spot with whom we came rn con tact each day Thrs was our era of birthday parties and Halloween parades, the years rn which belref rn Santa Claus reached IES peak and then drmrnrshed, the years which looked upon the recognition of two newly drseoyered wonders called boy and girl Suddenly as though sprinkled by a good farrys magic dust we grew up and be came tremendously important scyenth graders, high school came and with rt a trip to the quaint Vrrgrnra town of Wrllrarnsbrrrg leaving us with enough pleasant memories to frll many yolumcs lt w as at this trme too that the death knell for thc four day Farrn Farr xacatron was sounded the Erster Bunny had long ceased to be a mayor concern The whims and desires of childhood were put aside but not entirely when we recall slop days on w hrch eyeryone fashioned hrs most unstylrsh combinations Time alone cannot erase the memories of our class assemblies, especially' our sopho more assembly presented -n the form of Big Brg Earth which varied program was set rn a recording studio on the west coast rn New York City, and rn the remote section of the Pennsylvania Dutchland, the home of the Stoltzfus family At hrs trme the and during that same year we had our frrst class meetings and purchased those gray and white class yackets which we so proudly sported Our yunror year arrryed, and with rt our class rings reminding us that this phase of our careers w as nearly or er There were peanuts to sell a class play to produce Cre member the behind the scene rnerdents the broken curtain rrggrngfj refreshment stands to tend and a breath taking prom to plan But the best was yet to come and frnally the consummation of our high school ca reer drd rcyeal itself we were seniors one and all We needed everyone and hrs brother too, for choral concerts to render a Washington excursion to plan, and a newspaper and yearbook to publish not the least complex tasks to do Lersure trme taken from the days spent rn trryelrng the road of eduertron was given to cheering on the greatest championship hockey and football teams the community had ever looked upon The Varsrty Drag the yearbooks to sign the most important prom of all the executron of class night these and a thousand and one other thrngs make a senror year what rt rs And at last the reward to tw elye long yerrs of yoy torl and growth graduatron And now today It seems a brt unsure, yust what we ll do with our lrx es The fu ture stretches out ahead wartrng for new hands to mold rt Vile re ready now to take that chance called lrfe and we rc ready too God wrllrng, to move a step ahead Page 55 lr C f ' 2 . 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V M V1 .1 ssxh-,V ,, 1 ' m', .f." 41 wage' 'fx H . . -5, v f, , Ins: 5 ' 'X C"v - vs' ' , Wu, 2' ,wg '1 1 J' f f aff-f 5 . , .. ,QL V- 2,143 V fffz. A 1 ' , f 1 . 4 ' , ' ' if ,M xf'.7f'3' ., ' ' Q" ."'3"wL' EQ'-'fi' f 1 ' ,- " ,a 'glib' ' ,' ' v av ' B" ,4 if ' 3' 1 1-f Q K, ',. ','b 57 .2 .,v'y. K . 'L A , wg. s 1,6 . 2'0" V -' ..1,.1 fi. -Ei. Lx',,'.k ' 8 , M 'g . A .K X, . 'Z'JJ' M., . - Pj, . ,K . X aff!" " ,'-fuqd.. ,. Qt,-.tug 5 H f ,l aX,., . 116 E CLASS OFFICERS . .. . - . 1 D f . -o- sx A V 4 . 'X "QQ 4 .1 ' ' -'fix v , - .. mm . .. YV. ' n pq Y 'W ,. A r f ' "' " . s-,A . U. . .., U - - ,fry ,.y ' .S is ff 'exif' I -' ' i 'Q , ' - , .-4 . ,ff . V ' ,S- , 'ffl f sz - - , F Ye? 'Q .. T : f J : t ' N ,- l . ,V ' I 1, A .. ,A . . . . .l ll 1 V T A . S . - I . . , D . . . L 1 . I ' ' . 5.1, . ' W waxy , ' Q5 . wf.f ' . M . . . I 'I l fag . . . - -. 13 ,qv -t- , f - I iiQ4!. . .,?'."f ' .'H??Y FIRST ROW: D. Lighty - Treas.g L Nolr Sec SECOND ROW P Sezbert Hxstorran D Baker Pres I Hamilton Vtce P1-eg llnl0l'5 umors ure fumxtxne the day when they wlll be the number one classmen at EA H S Next to the top these tmsters of the eoneessxon stand stocked thenr treasury wxrh profits from refreshment sales The frrst r Class nn the new school they were prrvxleged to choose the smnelarel school rmi., Semors will never forget the enchantmg prom they PZVC FIRST ROW left to rrght B Hexsey l Herr I Eshelman J Garber S Farver E Cerher SECOND ROXV J W Shxnk B Good E johnson J Good B Dextrlch R Hensey THIRD ROW R Apple j Hamilton Q Hollenbach R Garber L Bexsecker Page 58 R lnele lx Hlppenstel NWN as 'Q N FIRST ROW left to rlbht D Hoffcr Groff F Martm B Hxll M A Rlsser M Ashenftlttr B Srrntkler L Strxckler M Beyer T Rutman SECOND ROW P Wattrs S Younx G Rlct M Longenttktr P Irxnnt R Rlsser K Thuma P Scott G Walters THIRD ROXV S Knox D Ptrtt P Saylor Rmgh C Wleser Nauman J Icamdn T McK1nnc R Ropka QC HMA 5 I FIRST ROW left to rlght L Snyder J OVIfCllCf R Mullcns L Nolt N Swexgart SECOND ROW C Byerly E Shank K DeArm1tt J Park P Ebcrsole M Zimmer son S Mohr THIRD ROW G Selders S Young C Hall D Lxghty B Mohr G Shank L Shaffer FOURTH ROW S Rzsstr R Shank C, Rxcedorf D Baker L Oxen rider R Hllsher H Andrews QF! FIRST ROW left to rxght j Mllltr S Bernhftrr j Hnxon M Mxmck G Grbble N Hostttter N Lokty SFCOND ROXX A Iooktnblll S Hun H Longnetker N Gtbblt M Loursen L Iunt5 I Brth ku A Fntlt THIRD ROXV S Mtllcr B Funtk I Htss R Ulrlth B Ossxlld I5 Coblt B Mttzltr FOURTH ROW B Miller J Garmftn H Brown Fmtom XX Crue-n S Fsptnshldt B Spxtklcr R Keck CLASS OFFICERS FIRST ROW: N. Gerber - Sec- retary, D. Geib - Vice-President. SECOND ROW: J. Espenshade- Treasurer, T. Patschke - Presi- dent, S. Ringlaben-Historian. ,SDIO 0171 0l'2J lrvely and xersfmle the sophomores are now full fledged members of the Senror Hlbll They showed therr HIINDIIICJUSIILSS by berng the super salesmen rn the Curtrs Lampmgn Royal blue md vshrte elass Jackets were the prrde and joy of the group They successfully held rhclr frrst Prom thrs sprrng Page 60 0 FIRST ROW left to rrght B Martz S Rmglaben D Herr N Smnth J Jones Knrley R Snavely SECOND ROW D Hess B Royer B Myers I. Myers J jones R Sprckler J Srkorskr M Moore S Stlllvsagner S Horst THIRD ROW W Moore R Wannamaker D Ftrmer H Nauss S Reed R Good E Grrmm D Peters J Mrller 'wr I vt .V . . , vl . V .. . . , , A . I 'Z ' 'I . ,f ' 4 I 1 .' f .a ll r "A 1 ,. ,. . f. ,- -- 1- a- D ' . ' ' I 'Y :- . ,. ,. ,. ,, . . r . ',.K ,. ,- ',- a- v' 1' ' i '4 O FIRST ROW left to rxght I Dupler N Gerber D Gmder Esperlshade J Zarfoss E Brubrker T Cmnt I Frey I Goss SECOND ROXV B Bretz L Brosxus Het rleh Drekson N XX1g.ner XX Burgess I H1LkIDlD M Qrlley Graham THIRD ROXV D Delong I Frttery CJISII R Fletk G Burgjess B Zuck B Braekblll Svmpt Iurtz '1 'W l ll 0 FIRST ROW left to rrght D Zook A Wmters J Heek D Wqlrers D Palmer Oberholtzer SECOND ROW' J Shearer Ix Bernhart L Aehenbfach N Hellmger E Hortmg I Kuntz B Brmser THIRD ROW H M1IIer G Brttermfm C Dupes T Parschke B Hamrlton G Owens D XVeaver P Helstancl l. at I z....n.tuf HUB" FIRST ROXV, left to right: UI, Miller, Y. Ixeener, XV. Sine, L. Horst, A. Royer, I.. Clug- ston, N. Good. SECOND ROXV: P. Myerhoffer, B. Fisher, A. Nagle. E. Heisey, H. Snyder. M. Saylor, L. Carorto. THIRD ROXV: M. DeArmitt. L. Oweiler, VU. Myer, XV. Ruhl, K, Miller, G. Beamenderfer, L. Koser, Greiner. Ill W? Page Po H FIRST ROW left to right S Musser P Golden M Swiegart L Miller J Collins D Gunning K Allcman D Brubaker SECOND ROW P Baker H Oberholtzer C Brcnncr L Collins L Eckert B Clark D Davis A Rank THIRD ROW D Deimler D Deimler I-I Watts B Burkholder DBrandt W Bucks F Landis A Kecley N-I 0 FIRST ROW left to ri ht: L. Edyc D. Lehman P. I-leisey J. Robins D. Geib P. McFalls J. Flowers. SECOND ROW: B. Drawbaugh D. Manahan K. Morris D. Ritchie L. White M. Stehman P. Zimmerman P. Risser M. Longenecker. THIRD ROW: V, Shank S. Gish M. Shenk M. Smith M. Givens T. Noll D. Garber B. Shrciner L. Nissley. j31LEJdLI7l0l1 Page 62 Seniors of the junior high, the freshmen were the first of the junior high to enter the new school. This year they became active sport participants in hockey and football. Their class was always well represented at all school functions. The class of '61 is now looking forward to assuming the responsibilities of their future role as sophomores. 'NAM fb , r 4- C T ROXX' left to right P INelson R Gebhard R Saubble C Shank I Loser W Christ C Weidner SECOND ROW P Hoolingcr A Berrier J Loser D Min nick E Puchaty R Snyder j Curtz THIRD ROW Bair Charles S Mrlcy R Mumper V Kauffman B Herr G Slkorski P Shank S Good FOURTH ROW G Messlcr E Eshclman E Whitc F Boylin M Ropka G Martin ,I Meyerd M Coble F 'W 'v FIRST ROW left to right R Brubaker S Dietrich V Gobrecht E Gish E Sloat L Hess H Helgel G Gutslmall J Lovinger SECOND ROW Mummau R Grerder Fackler M Williams M Hatch B Roadarmel C Sweigart B Wenger S Scott S Ulrich THIRD ROW J Stehman R Newmann J Wohlfeil 1 Hess R Brubaker R Koch B Bentzel G Withers G Valentrne '41 30 i J r FIRST ROW, left to right: T. Otis, D. Wlood, P. Shuman, N. Thorne, S. Sager, M. Landis, R. Whitman. SECOND ROXV: P. Mumma, H. Stone, C. Horning, S. I-Iain, C. Linn, D. Snyder, C. Good. THIRD ROXV: C. Carmichael, S. Seibert, N. Martin, K. Helm, Snyder, S. Baker, M. Heisey, D. Ebersole. FOURTH ROW: H. jones, B. Reinhold, C. Cunningham, D. Moyer, K. Knylor, T. Espenshade, B. Best, M. Boyer, Fory, C. Barr. Page 63 FIRST ROW left to flbllf A Ream S Mohr B Snyder -I Horst P Tyson W Stark E Redkay B Meyerhbfftr SLCOND ROW R Berkeblle E Davrs D Westover G Kxshbaubh I Whrte D Styer P Hollenbaugbh I. Hardrng E Terranova THIRD ROW D Zutk S Strtcklmd B Turntr J Smrth T Ruhl C Hoover P Garman R Mrller FOURTH ROXV D Pmlt B Freeman Royer R Hershey K Halnes H Shxssltr Wohn W Keck C Metzler R Zerphy 45" 18- ...T-5 f .I .yr ... . 2,-'wx . , .- --'.::..4f I .-, ...,,. 4 '- FIRST ROW left to rlght. K. Hummer D. Hostetter A. Dresher B. Barr M. Rutman H. Risser C. Zeager. SECOND ROW: W. Edye S. Hixon P. McCulIuch J. Watts M. Smith G. Peifer C. Seiders C. Frey THIRD ROW: C. Hoover J. Carl M. Brandt N. Weaver V. Mummau N. Ortity J. Fox P. Wolgemuth E. Oslwalt. FOURTH ROW: R. Stone G. Funk, H. Smeltzer G. Wagner R. Parmer S. Retherford K. Fanus R. Ricedorf N. Snyder. .',:'ff" up '.., . gy . .- 'W -' I , ., fu 1 I ity ,, . - . J' ..-- .--. I I I --vr f ml il 41 FIRST ROXXQ left to right: xl. Musscr. T. Gieb. I Spickler, R. Redcay, Saylor. SECOND ROXV: R. Gordon. K. Haltermun. I. Zerphey. R. Hipple J Good, P. Ober. Pa 64 THIRD ROXV: NW. Bieseckcr, W. Dupes, V. Wlolf, I.. Kreiser, G. Reed. Enthusiastically, they are awaiting the day when they may assume responsibilities agar gnwze Possessing great potential, the eighth graders were always ready and willing to lend a helping hand in any school activity. Eagerly awaited the "move" to the new high school. Awed at first, by their new surroundings, they rapidly became accustomed to them, as "seniors" of the junior High CJ FIRST ROW left to right A Nagel j Kaufman L Borrel D Deitrich T Bur gess Becker D Hoffman E Welsh SECOND ROW B McLane B Young L Thuma S Wilson D Swcigart S Metzler K Lehman B Hershey THIRD ROW M Newcomer P Groff R Florsches I Eilback G Helm P Shepler G Clements L Cunnin s FOLRTH ROW I Kraybill D Gates D Heistand -I Good L Sweigart H Kraybill C Spickler P Herr FIRST ROXV left to right: B. Carsl-radon . Gish S. Taylor T, Madiefa M. Martin S. Forney S. Morris . Chittum. SECOND ROW: R. Rutt Maderf j. Bailey Longe- necl-:er , Snyder L. Fregs. XY . Groff. T. Stonffer. THIRD ROXV: R. Beck C. Palmer P. Risser F. Trostle. S. Oweiller' H. Garber H. Geib J. Thompson. FOURTH ROW: . Shreiner P. Shank B. johnson E. Lew is Moore R. Flowers P. Young E. Snyder. 9 G4 RM ,- I2 r-'f -',,..-...G Page 65 Q7 ll fx FIRST ROXX ILrr111r115I11 I I111,I15I1 D Ixumr P IDTCSCIXCI C I1xIu1' NI I.ooICu1b1II XI Hxmdwr IXI IICISIIIICI D 5IlLIIIC I CcbIc SECOND RCJXX I Bcrr1I11rt NI H11 Mr S C15I1 A DILIIIIIILIICY R I5LI5L D FrLL111111 Ix H.1IIC I IXIUQLIIU 'IHIRD X C F111u5 X Blass D 51111111 Il B C15 BOXI111 R F111IC C 11111111 POLRTH ROXX C IJIXICS L1111pbQlI IN1nIl XXI11rrlQ H 51111111 Fry R CJFCIIICF D Roburs ,Q F1RsT ROXX Igfrr 11 I 1 B Lmk 'XI DIIXXbIIlL,Il S C ur5h:1II I. BIICLI' RXICJFYIS I Pfuuz B Ixmmr SICOXD ROXX I' S11111I1 I IXIIIL I F.1r111Lr D Cmod I h111IC D RJFILI5. XI Suu I5 XI111LI11rr THIRD ROXX D Smdcr I Larxusrcr B rr LJ Croff IC Xiur I IL Stomr H C mod FCHL RTH ROXX Q H155 L 5111111111 XI HIIWQCUSICLI I3 Ijmxgm Form 'XI Ix11I1r1 F SLI1xv1r1s,er C Coulson an QQ NI C IC N g L C ur C S mu 1 sg Mr 1 IC X C XX Ix 1 KV IL 1 1' IFOI R RCJXX XI X 1 S II H1IIb1I1 D Ixrmdu P ge 66 Xium -i ' I 'A' 1 - L fn I .. --- KJ . 9 - ' 1 I ' - 9 1. I h 7 ' Q ., - ,Q . , , V , n , X , , - .1 !I'L,,.:?'i Ii , I S-3 S1'.N. 1' . , -A. . . H .. '. '. '.1 f ' ROXU: Q, . . '. , I - .1 c . . I.L1HI", If. Iimlx, CQ, In . . ' '. D. I1 ' 'L ,, 4'n.I. . " '. . ,I ', I , vi: '- t 1: my ' gf A", a.- Y I .S , S2 1 ' Q1 w - oo V4 - 7' - I ,Q 1.7 xi I" ff 1 I , Y tv, .4 Y A In ' . S-4 i Q , - f 1 11 'gI1r: 5. I2 Iyg. . 7 '11 . , ' 1 K' . Q.. 1 , . L , 1l1Q . f an R. ..1.11g 1, 11.5 . 51 . 3 ' 1 1 . i V. 1 . ' - . DI. 111. ' . . I '. J . . . f " A Q2 ' 7 I I . fl' 'Y " XV Cf " N X V , F 5 , -.J 44 . ' -:sl : I I 1 if . ,, v Q -v -1 I l '- il, I t . ' I -Q . " I Q 1 , 5-5 R IfIR C' R I '. '-rr 11 1.gE1t I1 Stmklu. C, Ii1r1p.11i1Ck. I' 5C1IIIII'f. Cf. fm ICI-11 I5 XX' ,I ' , I.. mrbu11C?p. If XX-1IIfC'I'S, .IIC UND RCIXX' H ICC- -, IXI A111g5r. Ii. If 'II' I S, 551-.1mr. .X C1.11I'-Cr. C1 C,I11A5L. 1111. f XIL155, 'IIIIIID RCD KI IXI1I1fr. ',I511k- IWIII .II 'I1m:111i.111. I XI1IIur. C1 FI1..:1k, I5 XXI11 -, Ii XX'.1g11C- . Xf XXIIIICIIIL' . I K ' TH I . , '.1:Ck, If C Fifi. R lug, II 'I .1r11C . NC'XXg.ifCI. . . Y 7 '. D. U A .SZUel'ltA gl'ClCle At last these eager students haye graduated lnto un1o1 Hrgh Therr 1n1t1at1ye and resourcefulness enabled them to meet the responsrbllxtres of hrgh school puprls Enthu slastrcally partrcxpatlng IU school HCLIXIIICS they were well represented at sports functlons and Canteens The seyenth graders are loolemg forward to next year yn hen they vyrll no longer be the youngest of the underclassmen FIRST ROW left to rrght R Wagner L Hxndman R Krshbaugh M Slesser Mur phy S Olwerler B McDammel B Srnrth SECOND ROW B Harnrlron S Oswalt S Mrley C Gutshall G1nder E Gerhart M Zeager P He1gel THIRD ROW T Stokes U Ebersole Prescott D Derstler F Martrn Groff N ohnson E Landrs FOURTH ROW' J Maelara J Brenner E Nagle J Speckler J Owen A Greenawalt L Brxler K Nrssley Il FIRST ROW left to right: B. Quiclcle F. Brosey D. Blough . Espenshade J. Morris A. McAully G. Heistand S. Snyder. SECOND ROW: P. Forrey S. Tripp M. Charles . Swelgart P. W alrz E. Wfeanes. J. Cwantz. THIRD ROXV: D. Puchaty D. Rough P. Rileer T. XVatts S. Booth T. Gobrecht, J. Achenbach. R. My er. FOURTH ROXV: B. Fink T. Spickler B. Heisey' Scott J. Becker E. Picci D. Wfithers J. Beyilacqua. Page 67 C2 7 mImIInII' FIRST ROXV. Iufr to right: CQ. ITIUWL-rs. I.. Clcpfur. Ii. Fmgklur. -I. MiIIcr. M. CmrsI4y, S Lmvvc. M. Zimmerman. I.. I'IcrnI1.mI SFCQOND ROXY: D. Iicchrcl. S. Kurtz. FI. Hucrncr. D. Mgilxxrdy. CQ, Fishur. V. Millun D. HAQIQ. M. KIL-mer THIRD ROXY: D. Albright -I. Bcrricr. pl. SImcm.1Iccr. I.. Iicpplc-5. S. Br.1gI4biII. I.. I..1ITL.l?sICf. AI. CMI. -I. Zarfoss. I. XY'Irmcr. FOURTH ROXV: P. RL-uI. D, CE.1rm.m. D. Iirm-mhuisur. I. Sngcr. XV. Barnes R. Pnrrctt. HLSS. G. Uroff. v fn I I I . f---'N 1 - - . '!- ' 031 ll! v T Qs! A:':,72'I'5 I2 w r 'AS -If K A I . .b Q ,. Q 1 A iv: I v . 1 Q- I' - fun ' ' ll! Q . -1 l an FIRST ROXY. Icfr to righti AI. P.1rIc. R. Pginrcr. AI. XXX-rzcl. KI. Cfrgmcn. I. Swcigarnn G. Krcim-r. M. Mcrzlcr. M. Hcmpcrly. SECOND ROXY: Ii. Iicrmur. P. Knylor.-C.. M1IIcr. V. Fisher. D. Hoopcrt. C. IDurbormx. S. Dmmcr. THIRD ROXY: D. Fcrmrl. I.. I.yrcr, Y. MiI5p.1w,B. Aungsr. R. I-Iciscy. I? Funck. M. C1I1.1PIII.IIl. FOURTH ROXY: -I. QLIICICCI. R. Hippcnsrccl, B. Comer. CQ. IDg1r1m-Iy. D. T.wngcnccIccr. -I. Ciurshall. C. Boyer. R. Kaylor. ST.: A r . J ' II- 4- .l', E L JIIIIIIIIIIIINIIIIII t I' ' -. f F FIRST RDXY. Id: m right WI. C mwhr. F. .XIII-nggr. C1 STAIIIILIII. IS. I'I.uI4rx7,m, I. 5Iumy. G. Heisey. I7 XY'1II1.2mN. T. Iilu-um FII UND ROW' II I3.1Im-r. Y Smnmur. 5. H1II. CI. Fultz. D INIIIIQY. .K I'.I11A:IL-. I? Uumq I5 Hm:mfIm.rgnr. THIRD ROW' T. Yiwcgcr. M XYAIIL-rs. C C. F',Iux.1mgur. M II.1tmI1IcL. I. XXYLXIIILT. 5 MIIIL-r. If. IMWI. D XX'L'.IYi.'T. FDI'R'I H ROXX R SiQrr1zm.Yl.L,-I-4.17 f,.1'IWIc.I'I,TNIwI1T M Iiggki. -I Iimffg-r. II Wlly. Page 68 D. I'IuII1Ilg1cI',C. Rlbsnr. J nuuvi SPECIAL EDUCATION IAS'I ROXX I Sllllllx A Ixannaaly R Daumlar R Blass Qlnnk D Ixlylor I-Ill smcr MIDDII ROXX' R Iirmxn Gayar A Slmlone I Salwar 'I Du er D Fspansluala IRONI ROXX A Cfraanaxxalt L Ilby M Shaplar lx Sahxxar lx Pow all R Rotame ff Lv what 11 you hug J K Wlhlah ones the teacher? ll eff ajjfnefl napj Thay cant halp lr' l I Chow Ima Page 69 ,- ' txt' A ' 'ww w fr' , - - 1 "' ' ..-N. 4 ,. ,,,.,. ...fb 'Sw M, ,I .. -F Q -:Pl Y , 1,....g,-t9v . 'rsi.,4 , , '1 ,42",:13 If ,V . f .. '39,--.g,,,. '+.1ZI'zf " :, 1 , iff' K X . . g' J . -V ' E '7""I' 1 " Pe'-,,, 'X ' ' - ' -'- M - , ff , ' 'VT'--" 'VX' . 1-3 - ,, Q , 'Liz' 1'--1 '54 f'?':,ii'wil77':5Z" f . sQ3f1flf ' -a . , ga- '- ,Q ' '. 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"' Y n ,-Q. ,4 'H - u .3 r, - A R A SENIOR STUDENT COUNCIL FIRST ROW left to rrght B H111 Treasurer M Roland Pres E Kraybxll Sec I Grayblll V Pres SECOND ROW Mr Grosh Advlsor J Mlller E Terranova L Itzoe J Jones S Rlnglaben L Nolt M Ruttman THIRD ROW N johnson W Bexsecker B Zuck L Coll1ns S Good SQ!! elif COMIICIK By speakmg for and serx mg the students thus vuorthwhrle orgamzatxon promotes better rclatrons between tht students and faculty Reprcsentatrve students from grades seven through twelxt sup rv1sed by Mr Grosh and Mrs Allen have engaged rn many prolects Among them vsere an elegant sprxng dance the composmon of a student handbook nd the prepar txon of a teenage code Thls student goxernment of E A HS has contrtbuted much toward the solutlon of prexrulmg problems Y -ILNIOR STUDLINT COUNCIL FIRST ROW left to rrght R Bless L Cummmgs XV Runyan B Aungst L XX taxer C Coulson L Hmdman R Enclt M Allen Adusor Espenshade V Pres C lxaylor Trtas K XXICISS Pres E Lewls Sec l , I . - ., . - ., . - . . - . . 1 . - , , . . , . . , . , . , . , . . . . , , . , . , . . cl ' . 3 V . , e . . . . ' 4 , , . . ,a a - I . ' . . .. A f 1 35" 4 I '91 . g - '-tv ll I A I 5 ' A a 'A' 3 ' A ' A , I ' +1 V T I A . , . l . . , . , X Q 'M V ' . . . . . , , , Q , v I - s 7 , . Q ., . - . any Serwcex Social: Studzef Exrstmg to promote hrgh standards of Chrxstxan character the Trl H1 Y rs com posed of nrls from grades seyen through twelve Panel dnscusstons fllms and VISIIS to educatnonal spots were several of the hlghlrghts of thexr program Thexr projects helpmg needy famllxes and hospxtal PHIICDIS were mspxrmg to the glrls SENIOR TRI HI Y STANDING G Goss K Bentzel Pres J Brandt G Carrlger Treas I. Hurnrrer Berrxer S Alwme Fleck Sec T Helgel P I Brlnser K Evans I Espenshade B Krumrer J jones Nfirss Ferlto-Advnsor FIRST ROW front to back G Swengart M Lnghty B Boggs D Frke-Chaplam J Myers SECOND ROW P Garber C Sprckler M Walters S Snetz J Stahl THIRD ROW S Baker M Roland V Pres J Hxlsher JUNIOR TRI HI Y FIRST ROW front to back M Coursen L Snyder S Young Mxss keen Advisor SECOND ROW P Irvme G Oweller I, Norton THIRD ROW C jones V Pres Sec. Treas. M. Munxck B. Smnth-Pres. B. Mohr. NOT PICTURED. J. Gnbble. SOPHOMORE TRI HI Y STANDING left to right Mlss Kccn Adxlsor B Krumrcx B Fxshcr W Burgess FIRST ROW from to b1ck V Koscr M Moore S Horst J Coss B Royer B Marrz R Snavely L Mycrs J Espenshade SECOND ROW J Slkorskx B Myers D Mm mck Swope B BI"lCkblII jones J Kmley M Fsslmger THIRD ROW N Cer ber M Crlley Dxxon T Dmrz D Rmhle I jones FOURTH ROW 1 Zwrfoss S Stlllwagner D Gclb J Allcman N Smrrh Robms Page 74 FRESHMAN TRI HI Y FIRST TABLI left IOI'lj,I1I P CICILICI F Ffacklcr F Lshrlmm H Huge S Halne M Coble J Smder SECOND TABIE I Inser A Bcrrxnr D Hosterrcr E Slmt S L XVh1rc L Hlrdxnr STANDIXC Mrs Sheelcx Adusor S Scxberr P Hollenbach S Snort C Slkorslu P Hollnngnr M Husu C Hurnlnsg, M XXIIIIIITTS I Kixlor C Csrrmxchicl S Llrlrh Y Thomg C Lxnn J Balr Chlrlrs S Slgrr Ix Hclm B Rmd aemcl V Cvobrenhr C Putrr C NIL zlnr D Wood X Ixauffmln E Tcrranoxa S Cond D Snxdcr R Smdcr ' ' I - 9 ' v A Q - I Q - I , - - , . f' . . I . 'Z . ' ' . I . ' - I 1. 'Y : .TV 1, , . ..: - .. . VM-. ' , I ' C Y ' . 1, 1 Deitrich. P. Schuman. C. Shank. THIRD, TABLE: P. Tysonr H. Hoffman. N. Martin. ' , . ' , Q. , I. I 'I ', . 'Y . 7. 'L I L , '. ' '. . I . , 1' . ,Q 4' 1. EIGHTH GRADE TRI HI Y SEATED FRONT ROW left to rrght S Forney J Barley C Palmer K Frnkbmer SEATED SECOND ROW B Memhart B Iohnson C Kaylor P Drescher J Kray bxll C Royer STANDING C Ze1gler M Mlller S Taylor P Rnsser E Lewls Vice Pres T Maderxa Sec C Coulson-Chaplain S Gutshall M Kuhn Pres F Smrth Treas T Wmters Mxss Modestn Adv1sor 4 :GLA SEVENTH GRADE TRI HI Y FIRST ROW left to rmght F Brosey M J Hempely J Bender Vrce Pres T Go brecht Sec M Parschke Pres D Dresler Treas S Owerler D Beckrel SECOND ROW E Gerhart M Charles J Gxnder P Hergel L Hmdman S Kurtz N Long D Hack J Gantz S Oswald S Mlller THIRD ROW J Achenbach S Donner R Frsher J Prescott B Aungst S Brackb1ll L Weaver K Watts P Funck R Rxker L Lancaster C Schwanger M155 Rrsser Advrsor 9 'K -pill- llrxrfurz 11 I7 Cruung m umumn ml uund1n5 IIIFOLILINJLII thy sghuol m nmumtx gh 5 IU xr 5 wt Chmsu n Qharzu r Q14 ln IIXIIIS, Q un I uh lg rl nhl rms m dun sdmlgarshxp the H1X IS ur51n1Lc or mh ra I df m LTIIK. b In HIIIFJLIEIILJUI the war II spmuura mlm pr I urs Jmludm m 111 buh ml Imm md to the medx md SVSIIDINIIIS 1 wmv DISLL 551 ms and hlms warn rhg Iughhghrs of spgual prog,r1ms ,I SENIOR HI Y FIRST ROXV Icfr to nghr B Suu S R1sser I. Bmsukcr T Anhms Mr Graham H Ilbcrly J Stroh C urslull XX XXINIL FOLRTH ROXX R Roplm D Hoffer Cnbble Q Baschoxc FIFTH ROXX R Bnrkcbllc A Nfuur D Grubb gmwi Y 5'- 2 Pag 76 K SOPHONIORE HI 'X XDIXC Bfjllggf 1 N X Niuxmr I Lrum P XILNLIIIUIILY NICOND ROXX I Olxxul rms R Fum SM- iA.'kj. mf ."g.I 'v J A' .d un hikf 'r. II. II' I . ' Qi ' . Rc. ' '. KY. 'lx , sm-I ,Lui . L 'NJ -. H. '-'V '."'df Prozzxflrzxq wp '.C-Iliff! . . - WM, 4 W, 'I' , W, I .l ' l , A ,, - . . V , W. 7 , ' Ii I . I 'A A - ' ' Y . . iam A Q- 41 J' 1' H - TJ F' f . -1 'KL - ififjl 1' la.. Q Al . ' x g f . PA , ., . :F ' A " , . I f , Ri.: I , - 4,45 F If ' A 'W-,. Advisor, SECOND ROXYT- c3fx5m5Lf,'T. Dulingv, B. cjublfl Bf Bishop.,THIRD ROW: Q14 1 1. . .j, Q . " -. v' 'Q ,Q . ,Q. I IF i I' f -1 1- I A I A I A J' - , , og.. x - A L .1 STA.' I' 1. H. A . If R. 'I' ROXWQ B, QI 7 -. 1, I ' 1-r. .. - Qi I .' "3 .. 7 UI -I. Iii ,. . . mm, E FRESHMAN HI Y FIRST ROXX from to b ek XX Dupca Cul Smlrh L Lunnmgham K Ixaylor B Haekenbnrgjar R Hlpplc S1 COIXD ROXX C Barr Stehman R Benrzul R Hcr shey Royer lx H11 Lrmmn THIRD ROXX XX DILSLLKLI' R Gordon D Koch T Ruhl R FILLINIYI P BILIIITIITILI I Forrj, FOLRTH ROW' D Yook Q1 K1shb.1u5h B INC, I' Boylan T Club M Boxer R Mumper Yerphny D Mlnnlek B Stone Ixurtz loser Spmk er loser E Lirskldon R Bur Yohn R Neumrn W Flke H ones R Redoly SEVENTH GRADE HI Y FIRST ROW left to rwhr J Wetzel Sec Sprckler Pres B Runyan Treas J McBeth SECOND ROXV G Kremer G He1stand T Stokes D Blough THIRD ROW K Keener W Smlth B Nxssley FOURTH ROW D Longenecker R Palmer N johnson FIFTH ROW Mr Prlce Advxsor R Wagner NOT PICTURED J Swexgart J Murphey Page 77 H, V A' : Y f, ' , K. ' ' , . ' , D .pl I L 71,-v,, J' . ,lu . .., I ., H, . L1-1. ..- vi . . i,,. ,. Rheinhold, R, Bfllbmf. Firrn Roxxl D. myef. K, ZwgLffR. 'pffim STANDL . 'r,j., 1, . . L 2. . ' L, . I , 'O 1 . w - ,, J.. ' - ., . - ., ollbmfy Sz tt' 451 -A FIRST ROXV left to right P MCA'-lley J Fackler C Sweigart N Thome V Go brecht S Deitrich II Slofir SECOND ROXV E Terranova D Styer D Shirk Sny der G Metzler Bur H XX ebb ll-IIRD ROXX Miss Mengael Aelxlsor C Spiele ler P Parker P Tyson C Gooel R Brubaker P Grubb P Lancaster B Bradley FOURTH ROW j Fultz C Spiekler D Sweigut S Hossler V Mummau R Ulrich K Helm C Lynn An indispensable service organization of EAHS this staff is who compose the club have sacrificed their study halls and after school time to file cards mend books 1nd keep the shelves tidy Long hours were spent in stocking the shelxes of the new library Bookr Bookr and More Book: ,MCH Pnmtf, Peru, and Pencflr Page 78 SEATIID left to right P Irune Tre.1s M Coursen C jones C Strickler S Alwme M E Achendorf S Horst A Mohr B Krumrei Sec Sikorski Pres E Gerber STANDINC Mrs Sheely Adxisor Buley lx Gantz M Saylor N Keener Enek D Girber D Frrmer II Lanblmn D Hess II johnson G Sikorski S Niley IQ Smuffer A neweomer to our club roster the Art Club was organized by Mrs jane Sheely Its purpose is to gnc: uppfr elassmen an opportunity to express their talent and to use and experiment with warious new .ut medn during the school year ii' A' Q3 . ,N 5 Y . 1 ' Q .. - 4 . - - . Q' .4 G I, ' I ' . a . l, . . , . , . ' , . - .. 1 . , . , . ,J. - Aa - v A v - a - la - 1 - 1 N ' 1 . ', . ' ', . 'H , . , . , . , . I , a - . . . .., .ibly uelviseel by Miss Miriam Mengel. Junior t1nel,senior high girls U - V a ui U ' . , , I I ' I I l ' . ' A 1 . " l- " ., . S . - , - ' y - t . - - , I' ",.x: ','. 'L.. ,- 1' y ll . . , , .. , ,y . I Y 7 V ' . '. allteen Ollllfl Tlmnkr to fbem Lzzelm Salnrduj Ezemngf FIRST ROXV lcft to right J jones Espenshade K Evans K Bentzel Espenshade Q Sprckltr P Barts T Heigel J Dixon SECOND ROW E Hording T Patschke G Bucher I Enck R Bretz Prcsided over by Glenn Bucher the Canteen Council spent many hours preparing for the popular Saturday night dances and special occasions such as the Varsity Drag Adxisors Robert Trimble and Elwood Raber willingly relinquished their Saturday eve mngs to chapcronc thc dances all feen ll 61,95 Dancers in Dreamland Saturday night swing n' sway. Linda and Molly display their rock n' roll talent, Page 79 Leading Ladief of Tomorrow jufure omemaLer.4 of .America The Future Homemakers of America Club, de- signed to teach its members to become efficient homemakers were advised by Mrs. Donmoyer. At Christmas time it provided joy and cheer by sponsor- ing a party for the children at the Florin Orphanage. lltllfe UPJ25 0 l'Yl0l'LC6l The Future Nurses of America Club was ong mated by Mrs Dorothy Baker School Nurse to teach future nurses the practical value of that carecr The girls gained mestimable experience by Working as nurses aides at Masonic Homes Hospital on week en s ufure jacdera o mvrcca The May E Gross Future Teachers of America Club imparts to those students who are interested in the educational field the essentials for a success ful teaching profession The girls gained experience by actual teaching in the elementary schools Mrs Sara Steelman advisor planned trips to State Teachers Colleges J M.-Q... Pge 80 FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA IEFT TO RIGHT W XV1tmer P Ebcrsole I Hamilton A Greenavxalt H Gebhart R Ulrich A Engel B Royer S Simione S Hoffer N Keener D Eagle A Mohr Mrs Donmoyer Advisor S Metzler , - ' 3 7 5 , ,tr 'Y ' K. .19 'j -.-.....,.....,. I -am ,E , , .N ,S l,f1!+'3Nhf.-sa---' ' ' I yn , 'P " ' ?,f' tf. - ' A ' 1 A . , . . . t . - , - , ! ' 7 ' 7 ' Y ' 1 ' , ' 3 ' 3 "" , . . U 1 T FUTURE NURSES OF AMERICA FIRST ROW left to r1ght G Swezgart Pres F Martm B Hersey C Hall M E Ashendorf B Stnckler C Strlckler SECOND ROW Mrs Baker Advlsor S Farver D Fxlcc K Evans Flack K Bentzcl Sec Treas D Barnhart THIRD ROW M Lxghty J jones P Irvme J Good C Sp1clcler J Stahl K' -LN! FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA FIRST ROXV left to rtght L Itzoe Espenshade Sec E Kraybtll Pres H11 sher Trcas SECOND ROW I jones L Herr L Eshelman Kmley B Martz THIRD ROXV E Almne S Kaylor B Zuck M Moore Mrs Steelman Adusor . I I 65 3' , Q., I -sv Q7 3 , I l f 4 K I ,r 1 la f A 9 ' . I . - A W 'v ' I Q ' . 1 '- x ' ' h a - , - - 3 A -' , - y '. A, . ,j. .A , . A-r .- ., . . : . 1 - y ' v - 1 - 1 ' - " I 1 , -I F ll -'.. ,IAA I Y , K S, 5 I . ty f , , V 'M xx A ', ' 2 . ,y - .,. ff .,j. '- - - . 'Z . , . , , ', . ' . V' 1 T v' , . , . , . , . , . Clam Cf L Battle uz the Kmg J Court J6uffmg C! A Km! one Puri lu 0 FIRST ROXY front to back C Frke B Boggs C jones K Gantz N Espenshade Page 82 FIRST ROW left to rxght R Berkeblle L Hardnng M Ashendorf K Gantz P Hol lenbaugh D Stycr C Ream F Red' ay SECOND ROW' Mr Dotterer Adusor D Zook M Rxsser G Sxnerrart E ohnson S Young G Slkorskl M Essnngler I VUh1te C Rrsser THIRD RONX R Mlller D Peters XV Keck R Zerphy R Crxley FOURTH ROXV D Hoffer H Mxller S Knox J Raukgh P Selbert W Craven B Hamxlton C Dupes The Chess Club dcsrgncd to reach students the fundamentals of chess was reorgjanlzed by Mr Stanley Dotterer The players learned the moxes and became acquarnted wlth each others style After the members were asslgned ratrngjs they competed for top honors Stu dents counteracted a lack of sets by makmg thenr own boards and PICCCS The group took a fleld trrp to the Lancaster Chess Club L ig SECOND ROW I Hllshcr P Gxrber L Hess C Strrcklcr M Coursen G Shenk THIRD ROXX M Oberholtecr Loxs M1llcr D Mmnlch R Snaxely A Cvebhard I Blxler lx Mons I. Osxult M lbllIllLlx I Rcdclay FlF'lH ROXV V Mummau F XXIIIIIL C1 Ream STANDINC C Sxxelbart R Bcrkcbllc Mrs Muir Adxlsor B Nlucrhoffer R Brubaker H Obcrholucr A Zclber P Cmrubb N Lokey M Zlm merman Thrs year the Ixnxttmi, C lub mxde 1ts txrst lpperrance on thc club records of EA HS Mrs DOIIS Mun' Oflblllllllf or tlus acmm taught the xarlous knrttlng, stitches Meeung Tuesdxys ot erch week the Errls worked to complete slrppers sweaters and argyles I ' . , ' ' , . . , . 4 , . , . , . ' r v I - A I , , ", I. R . . lx.. . . - ' , . . A Y., J , . . . . ,,. . , . . '. . . '. . . . . . , . I. '. , ' a y ' , In yn . L l S. l J. . , . , K . L y- . 1 . a ' 4 I U V . . I - is . V, 7 7 ' ' ' Hn I . . , . ex - Hostetter, J. , , , , '7. . -, '- I, ' ' V . 1 ' ' ' I "-, I ' '. 4 I A. , " . t . 1: ., "V . . A ' ', . - , . . ,. . .. 'K ' I . . ' ' . R' ' 'P . . I ..,, . Y V. y I., .5 I 44' Y 1 K, ' IL. .m, I ,' . , , - . ' 4, 1. , ,. C ard b oard C 0 nrtructon Small but active, the Engineering Club is composed of Juniors and Seniors who are interested in delving into the various sciences. Several of their Thursday evening activities included construction of geometric models and individual projects. Under the capable guidance of Mr. Stanley Dotterer, they took several field trips throughout the year. gngineering it Mf' C Cl .7"" I .L I FIRST ROW left to right P Seibert M Risser B Hill E Kraybill B Hoffman SECOND ROW Mr Dotterer Ad visor Leaman H Royer D Rutt F Reed J DeLong R Ropka Popular among the Junior High students the Radio Club was de vised to teach its members the im portant aspects of the short wave system They engaged in learning the radio code and disassembling radios to observe the functiomngs of each part Instructed by Mr Richard Miller several of its mem bers may be stimulated into be coming Hams Radio Acme? lga L0 FIRST ROW left to right P Hess B Quickel B Traubman D Freeman I. Landis C Hauk G Heistand SECOND ROW E Shoop D Davies Shank Mr Miller Advisor THIRD ROW G Donelli E Ricci J Snyder L Scott B Carskadon J Mader G Helm T Stouffer FOURTH ROW B Fink S Cummings R Beck D Puchaty T Spickler J Espenshade G Geib B Hippensteel H , - ' : . ' , . ' , . ' , . i , . . 1 . - - , 1 - s - 1 ' 1 ' 1 " 4 .1 ' , . , . l , . , . . : . , . , Kauffman, J. Decker, Ibaugh, B. Quickel, D. ' - .9 ' . lv ' 1 ' x ' 1 - - - - . , . ,I . . : - . , . , , g , .' , . ' ' , . , . , . . U 1612! - , ,ev 4 an we I e . Je, era 2- --- G 1 .Q Keys' 10 Character One of our schools longest established organizations, the Key Club has dis- played its various talent in the school and community. Consisting of senior boys, its purpose is to promote and up- hold the moral, spiritual, and social aspects of life. Among its many projects the club's newest is the provision of a hat-and-coat checking service on special school occasions. I FIRST ROXXI, left to righti C. Douglass--Sec., R. Apple-Vice Pres., K. Crum, B. Hoffman, H. Eberly. SECOND ROXV: Mr. ,,fig'Q-.1 Grcsh-Advisor, D. Pierce, D. Kilhefner, R. Hamilton, G. 4" X Bucher-Treas., P. Seibert. THIRD ROXV: T. Patschke, A. I I Martin, R. Coleman-Pres., D. Baker, G. Burgess, C. Weiser. I XSLU X" ,ljamzfy A Athlete! Superb Composed of X1 sity players on the football basketball and hockey teams the Var sity Club is co advised by Mr Wolf md Mrs Hoover Headed by jack Cassebaum they sponsored successful projects ineluding the faculty varsity basketball game Pro ceeds were used to purchase a sparkling vvhite sweater or blazer for each senior mem ber These ambitious athletes were alvvays bubbling over vvith ideas to better the clubs program Page 84 FIRST ROW' left to right B Boggs lx Evans Treas S Biker S Iviylor B Zuck L Herr E Kravbill L Eshelmm M Roland S Alvune Mr XX olf Advisor THIRD ROXV I. Beiseeker R Deitrieh Svveigirt R Farrtr Sec Cassebaum Pres I. Cunnin ham lx Dixon D Dupes FOLRTH ROXX H Rover D Rutt G Bucher R Colemin J Divis M Frutehey R Thomas ' u sEcoNo Row: Mrs. Htstivef-A'aQ-Iwi. P. G.lI'lDCl'. is Hill. jf Garber-vice-Pres., z n, '55, , . gh- ..1. '- - ., l SENIOR JOURNALISM CLUB FIRST ROW left to rnght J Graybxll P Grubb-Co edxtor SECOND ROW L Ober S Horst C Hall B Strrckler THIRD ROW M Rrsser Mnss Mlller Advrsor T Hengel STANDING G Goss P J Brmser J Myers J DeLong-Co edrtor J Espenshade D Flke L Krrck Up to the Mznute Reporter! ournagjm K A Semor ournalxsts under the leadershlp of Paulxne Grubb and james DeLong gathered and composed new maternal for the Blue and Whxte publtshed m the Chromcle In preparatnon for becommg Blue and Whxte staff members the umor ournalnsts learned the fundamentals of journalrsm under the gundance of Miss Gwen Mnller advtsor One of the largest assrgnments nn the clubs hrstory the compnlatlon of mformatron for a specral educatxonal edmon of the Chronxcle was recetved as a challenge 5,5 N JUNIOR JOURNALISM CLUB FIRST ROW left to rxght E Hexsy jones S Strll wagner D Gelb SECOND ROW D Walters B Zuck J jones D Rltchle THIRD R W G Burgess Kruley M 'Moore J Grern er B Martm STANDING Mlss Mtller Advnsor fin. , ' I . ', . - ' . : . ,: , . , . ' . : . A , ' ' - ' , . . 2 . , . . ' , . , . - ' , . , . ' , . ' . ' C ff ' I! u . J . , l . . . I . , . - 1 .' . ,,. . I . a , - I v - -- Q. - ,, , . , V vii, Q , I . . , 7 . : ' x . ' , , . ' - ' , . I . l 2 . , . , - . , . . I. " O : . , ,- . y .D , I .- K 1 ,, l . ' . Z klai' ff. EXECUTIVE STAFF FIRST ROW, left to right: R. Criley, P. Grubb. SECOND ROW: B. Boggs, Gish, E. Kraybill. THIRD ROW: Mr. Libhart, J. Myers, J. Espenshade, J. Graybill, Mr. Hoopert. MGPLOOL Co Edrtors- Paulme Grubb Rlchar Crlley Lxterary Edntor Janet Espenshade Art Editor Betsy Boggs Photography Edltor Janet Myers Edrtorral Advxsor Mr Henry Lrbhart Busnness Manager Evelyn Krayblll Decznom and Deadlmex Secretary Judy Graybrll Treasurer Janet Gnsh Business Advisor Meetmg seventh petrod Room 22 be there' Mr Daniel Hoopert Doesnt anyone have an 1dea7 But I worked on these wrmte ups ull 3 am Oh' those deadlrnes' e Professlonal Ph0f08faPhef cant possrbly we already have too many pages MF Kenflffh Sfaab Wont you please buy an ad? Wow' look at those PICWICS And IFS Only 33 25 Walt trll nts fm h Publis ers rshed bound to be the best yearbook yet Yearbook House i BUSINESS STAFF FIRST ROW left to rrght J Grayblll S Gush Treas E Krayblll Mgr SECOND ROW W Whxte S Keener J Groff M Miller T Hexgel A Mohr V Brosey THIRD ROW Mr Hoopert Advrsor L Ober M Brmser B Gmder J Page 86 Berner J Brandt G Carrxger F Reed , d l . - U ' ' YI - , , . . . . 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LITERARY STAFF FIRST ROW left to rxghr M Roland J Espenshade-Edxror S Baker J Hnlsher SECOND ROW R Crlley G MacPherson B Hoffman I Swergart THIRD ROW H Royer R Graham B Coleman Davis M Frutchey 7 1v,.,,,.,,,, M999 C7 C17 -auqnwf PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF FIRST ROW Iefr to rrght D Eagle G Goss J Myers Editor H Gebhard S S1mone SECOND ROW D Frke K Evans C Spxckler Fleck P Brrnser THIRD ROW R Farrar T Trxm mer D Rutr L Cunmngham B Bxshop 16 fu JLAQ ART STAFF FIRST ROW Iefr ro nght K Lehman S Alwme B Boggs Edrtor K Bentzel SECOND ROW J Cassebaum J Jones B Krumrex J Barley '11 Page 86 FIRST ROW left to right J Ibaugh C Palmer .I Zarfoss 1 Goss J Flowers P Dresher I Kurtz D Shank D Herr B Hrll E Kraybnll SECOND ROW D Zook mg D Mrnrck B Carskadon THIRD ROW M Hersey M Wrllxams W Burgess M Esslmger R Mumper J Park J Chrttum L Trego J Barley J Hxlsher P Wolge muth FOURTH ROW D Pamter B Blshop H Longenecker J Barnes F Boylan C Byerly E Eshelman N Wagner R Rrsser J Stahl B Coble J Zerphy FIFTH ROW T Dulany J Adams D Hoffer E Carskadon A Martxn D Krlhefner R Bru baker G Bucher M Ropka P Serbert B Hoffman el7.l0l' an Cadence Corp: Makmg a strnkmg appearance m thcxr nevs unnforms thrs parade of talented jumor semor hugh students always presented mspxrrng performances Under the capable leadershrp of Mr Noah Klauss they have won much fame for our school Com pctmg rn numerous parades they seldom returned wrthout su penor ratmgs Durmg football season they practiced at 7 10 am to produce outstandmg routrnes Thns group ns xndeed an asset to our school Mr Klauss Drrector l' '-.I ,X 55 ' '11 ff' ' " I , ' : . , I. , . , . , . , . . , . , . , . , . , . . : . , B. Hersey, J. Graham, C. Douglass, j. Hamrlton, J. Fultz, S. Kaylor, M. Boyer, E. Hort- , .I , . . h : . , . , . , . , . , . i, . I , . 7 . , s , . ' . : . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . I , . I . : . , , , . , . , . , . , . 1 , . , . , . , . . n U XSD ' 'I . f . . . . . . . fl T . , , , q A . . , . - . I . . G f I 0 Ban J gran! Precirion Przmder: COLOR GUARD . LEFT TO RIGHT: j. jones-Captain, B. Turner, L. i Kaylor, C. Carmichael. Adding a smart touch to our band is the Band Front comprised of the Color Guard and Majorettes. ' At the shrill sound of the whistle blown by the charming and personable Barbara Xvenger, head majorette, these stunning girls performed their unique routines. Q HEAD MAJORETTE fRight7 Barbara Wenger MAJORETTES Left to Right: lp M. Walters V. Koser K. Lehman P. -Hollinger A B- Wfflgef .., ..,.. , N. Gerber J. Espenshade X S. Scott -"" 1 G. Carriger-Captain .AAN s Page 90 FIRST ROW left to rlght J Groff G Brrnser K Frnkbemder J Fehr A Oemen K Creager K Krlhcfner P Long R McAuley D Garman SECOND ROW R Barr J Ney D Shank W Hall C Palmer I. Trego J Barley R Parrett J Chltrum B Kreamer Kraybnll Cressler Mr Germer Drrector THIRD ROW J Myers L Bucher P Herr R ohnson Groff T Grelner G Shank T Matesevar W Herr J Zarfoss D Wenger FOURTH ROW R Grosch C Rrsser N Johnson A Wenger B Carskadon Ibaugh Grerner I Hess D Albught T Spxckler S Crowe W Hamrlton V Stoner S Hrll Munczam on Ihe March llfll0l' an Led by Mr Meredlth Gcrmer these jumor muslclans practrced hard to produce an outstandnng bmnd At the Red Iron game they experxenced the thrnll of thenr frrst performance on the football ftcld Thus group of constantly strrvmg jumor Hlgh stu dents wxll truly be our musrcnans of tomorrow 7 . Z ' 7 ' 3 ' 7 ' 3 ' Y . , . 1 , . , . , . . : . 7 ' 3 ' 7 ' 1 ' 7 ' D ' 7 ' Q ' 7 . , , , . - . 1 . , ' 1 - 1 - -I ' 1 J' 1 ' 9 ' 9 ' 1 ' 1 . , . . 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A y a A FIRST ROW left to rlght A McAuley J Loser C Good D Hoopert V Stoner G Rxce P Brmser C Splckler C Fxtzpatrxck C Gxsh S H111 B Flowers J Groff SECOND ROW P Selbert F Mlller P Bates M Longenecker E Gerber S Morris E Terranova L Eshelman S Ulrxch L Herr N Gerber K Lehman S M1ley S Ol wenler M Zuck J Ferrarr THIRD ROW T Espenshade J Zarfoss M Helsy Fasnacht H Longenecker D Svsergart L Hess L Kaylor B Wenger B Zuck S B H111 S Kaylor Oberholtzer Groff C Douglas J Hamllton Graham B Sp1ck ler E Hornnng B Arndt E Kraybnll FIFTH ROW J Fultz B Good L Fasnacht J Hnlsher D Herr A Martm N Wagner B Coleman F Reed G Helsy T Adams B Coble T Dulany QHJOI' FC ezfffa DISflDgUlSh1Ug themselves wlth outstandlng contrxbutlons he erghty muslcnans of the Semor Orchestra provlded the musnc at the class plays concerts and commencement Conducted by Mr Noah Klaus the orchestras selectlons ranged from symphonrc to popular musxc Its members were espec1ally proud to play Dedlcatxon com posed by thexr 1nsp1red leader The group spent many sxxth pcrxods workxng to produce :ts superzor qualrty MR NOAH KI AUS Conductor Fog I f Q A A A - tn I seibeff, s. Baker, s. Reed., FOURTH Row: B.,Bishop, of Painter, J. 6055, J. sfahr Page 92 STRINGS D I-Iooperr V Stoner S I-IIII S Morrxs C Fxtzpatrxck S Glsh S Oweller M Zuek C Spxrkle I Ixuper R Espenshide C Good B McDonald W Barnes O Fcrmrx D H ek D Shxrrk Espcnshade S Sexbert S Kurtz C Kunrz W Cover C XX ern XY OODWINDS Ix Creager A Clemens I Bmley L Trego A Wenger K Fmkbclnder N Johnson G Shflnk J Fchr PERCUSSION B Carskadon BRASS I Z1rfoss R Pirrerr D Grrmm A McAuIey I Groff S Crowe R Gremer D XX enger Garber Mr Germer Drrector Mumuzm All lll'll0f' QI? lejtfa Proxrdxng IIILISIQ for mmm of mr I I1 Iols speull pro:,r'1n1S thls IUSIIUIUCUIII 5 up IS Ia! bx Mr NI rednn C er Relmqurslnng suerul of rhur fxfrh pernod srudxw to consmnr prmmng, :Hu Ira rrnnme ro replur posxnons of mdumng members In the Srmor Orrhrsrm , - I ,W-f' A 'i A 2,1 .I ' iw I , 'I ,QI . P ' f 'I . l V K ,. J . . ' , . ', . , . , . , . , , , - if I- 'YI' I . , . I, .. , . I , . , . , . , . I7 ' 7 - 7 B, I G -I , . . , , . , . I , . , . , . " ', . .I I ,. ' . I . . I I f y O V. I , . I , . . . , . , . , . , . , . '7. y. . I I ' ,. . . , . l ' ' 7. ' 4 ,em Ag Y. ., ' . - . I 'YO ,'L 'I ,I C' 1'IIlL'I'. ' "'I ' ' .. L'v'I'. I" I ' I 1" . Q. .I . e I P FIRST ROW left to right I Gibble E Gerber E Hill Graybill K Bentzel E Kraybill S Horst D Herr B Heisy D Barnhart Frey B Striclxler M Royer S Reed SECOND ROXX J Garber H Lon enccker G Carriger M Moore S Alwine K Fasnacht C Byerly XV Good J Fleck L Itzoc J ones S Moore J Kniley T Heigel THIRD ROW J Dixon M Roland L Fshelman G Rice C Douglas H Brinser R Shrein r J Gish L Oxen oder P Giwen B Arndt T Rutman L Fas nacht S Hoffer J Good FOURTH ROXYY P Bates B Zuck S Baker D Kilhefner P Seibert B Hoffman G Bucher I Krick R Coleman F Reed R Fleck R Appel G MacPherson J Bailey J Ferrari L Wliite i21ljLA1?Ci' tiiyslllilj I-Ifzrnzofziomly Blended Voicef . . . These songsters of highest quality met for rehearsals during sixth periods on Mon- day, Tuesday and Friday. XY'ith Miss Nancy Germer as Directress. they rendered superb pieces of work at both the Christmas and Spring Choral Concerts. Its members exper- ienced enjoyment as well as hard work in preparing for these special programs. Page 93 f I 7700l!l!oclearJ ani-'I e Aingn '. ' 1 11.1011 ui Ur Dircttcl hy Miss 'Yincy Cicrmcr. thcsc groups of truly mellow voices each week lcvotctl two of their fifth pcriotls to practicing for special choral programs. These I ior lg. liir "ll cw-r ..lly cr.itlu.itc into the Nlixctl Cihorus where their t.ilc'nt will continue to cnrich tlic musical program of our school. K Ichmin C Kiylor C Gurshall D Millcr P Funclx S Hun C Shank THI ROXV S Scibcrt M Millcr S Ovxeilcr M Zuck E Ievsis A Garber L Lytec Heiscy I Trostlc P Shank C Horting E Gish FOURTH ROXV M S Heisy Gricdcr Ticklcr S Tsiylor B Aungst D Breneman T Madcria E White Svicigirt R Fink Y Milsbnw D Derstler F Martin V Hauffman D Snyder Schuman L Hess FIRST ROXV lcft r it C Stric c Fink D XX ithcrs McAulcy I' Ricci cistintl D C SFC ONID ROXV Owen I Mitlcr Stonc N Snxtlcr Iw o r I lbiuch Valcntinc T H l ROXV C Hooxcr T imionc R Bcst X'xcic.lm1n F firsln clcn B Bicsccltcr H Good ot T RD Page 94 RD FIRST ROXV lcft to right: V Stoner S Hill S Kurtz M Metzlcr M I Hemperly Roycr Drescher Smith Gindcr Millcr SECOND ROW M Rutmnn Dictrich Hollinger Wood Meyer Weaver Risser Doolcenkill S Iltzitfzlg ff zi C l J I L Y V un ii"i i monmcrs xii itu' L' A A Y , - I - , , G ' , P. , F- , I- , C. A. - , ' G .I P. 'w D- , D, , S. , P. , M. , I Z . . ,Y U h.'A f .3 I 3-4 ,, . ,' 'Rv -A' ' Av ' 4 -- v- - If ,. . ,P. 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""', . fi ' SENIOR BOYS OLARTI T Thc Scnror Boxs Quwrttt hcttcr ltnoun ts thc Ixcx Club uartct consrsts of Chet Douglrss flrst tcnor Glenn Buchcr frrst bass Drlc Rrlhcfncr second tenor md Robcrt Colc man second brss Therr clatc book was usually lrmmcd vtrth cncgagcments it churches fmt so cral cxcnts ind on telcxrsxon They wrll pre scnr IlILlI' grcrtcst renclrtron at Stccl Prtr thrs summer Thrs quartet of hirmonrzers has rd lcd much prcstrgjc to II A H E Under the clrrectlon of Mlss Germer these glrls hue drsplasecl thelr mlent rn several school chorrl ments rncluclmg the Chrrstmas and Sprrnz Concerts They hue 1lso partrcl p1tcd nn xrrrous programs throughout the communrty Mans hours of prlctxcc have contnbutttl to rherr success 'fv t" B Colcmqn D Krlhcfner G Bucher and C Douglass SILNIOR GIRLS TRIO Flcck M Roland K Bentzel md I Kmybrll accompanrst JUIN IOR GIRLS TRIO I Ifshlcmm P Bucs and D Barnhnrt 1' 'ffif' ..,.i4 ' I a,,0,-' . h , 039' by my va,- , " at ' ,1.-f5muL4 2 ug -,vw 3 .fda 1 : t A- ' V. 35 ' ' - . A' Q-jd., 2? 4, it ' 5-jfyifii A1 fgiffjit I. 1- w . '-L' f' ,gr + ' L' 7460? Q ,Q '7 3 . .. x 9 J' . 'r,,,.r .fin ' 'ij 1 X' 1 'L 'QM f A 5 .xdflc icd px Q TW 'A'Xf0L1I 4 I F.. X Fw. :J 13,22 1' ---- 2' ala I 7 Boggs VARSITY LEFT TO RIGHT M Byers K Bentzel S Alwme B Boggs M Roland J Garber P Garber C QQFAQJQIY5 V' J Cbeered llae guys on to Vzctoner Led by Captaxn Betsy Boggs under the capable superv1s1on of Mrs jane Hoover these gnrls wlth their boundless energy md pep cheered our football and basket ball teams on to vrctory They worked dlllgently to make Dad s Day a success Thexr enthusxasm and hard work st1mu lated student support JUNIOR VARSITY LEFT TO RIGHT S Good D Gexb J jones S I Baker D Wood JUNIOR HIGH LEFT TO RIGHT F Smmth S Wrlson C Sprcker FIRST ROW, left to right: J. Garber, L. Eshelman, K. Evans, K. Bentzel, S. Alwine, M. Roland, E. Kraybill, B. Boggs, P. Garber, S. Baker, J. Groff, S. Kaylor. SECOND ROW: M. Risser, J. Frey, J. Goss, J. Miller, J. Kniley, J. Espenshade, J. Zarfoss, J. Jones S. Ulrich S. Scott. N. Thome D. Wood C. Weidner L. Nolt, Mrs. Hoover- Coach THIRD ROW J Espenshade B Hill D Gerb M Williams S Sttllwagner M Crrley B Zuck M Moore S Seibert S Baker J Dixon S Good L Herr S Horst .jwlocley Bottoms up' Pug 700 Under the capable coaching of Mrs Jane Hoover and the leadership of Mary Roland Captain these girls have brought back the eighth consecutive sectional cham pronship in the history of our school Although tension was high throughout the season the team did not let this defeat them Long hard practicing proved conductive as they returned home with another sectional trophy No tribute could be too great for the excellent and inspira tional guidance that their coach Mrs Hoover has given them not only in the game of hockey but in the game of life Score: EA H S Opp Manheim Tom nshrp Penn Manor Garden Spot Central Dauphin NX'am1ck Donegal Hempfield Manheim Central 3 - lr- . V . .'-v--, .,-A-, -,-A..,-AwVYv 0 5 Central Dauphin ..........,.,................,...... l 0 ' .................................... 3 0 " ....,,.,.,,,..,.,...,.....,.....,..,............ 4 0 ' ............................................ 3 1 ,S , f n,V sw ' Q-an, A f 3, Q w ,. ' 'Af'-.M --9' x A ' A X 'ii Arc therb any questions? 57",-. ggi , etc- . .s get it out Ol lW will it or W Let 011 t jr? SENIOR VARSITY CHAMPS BOYS. left to right: L. Cunningham, D. Dupes, B. Coleman. Davis. M. Frutchey, D Rutt, H. Roycr, VI, Casscbuum. K. Dixon. B. Farrar, J. Swcigart. GIRLS: P. Garber, B Boggs. M. Roland. E. Krnyhill. S, Alwinc. K. Bcntzcl, K. Evans. Dcl following his interfcrcncg perfectly. Peanut runs the ond, Lf joolgaff Conditioning through pre season practices constantly drilling on each play until it could be carried out to perfection the determination to win and the superb coaching of Head Coach Daubert and assistants Frantz Wolf and Eppler were all responsible for making the EA H S Bears a Conference of Roses Championship Team for the first time since 1949 Under the leadership of seniors Milt Frutchey Dick Thomas Hal Royer Bob Far rar Kent Dixon Lyle Cunningham Bob Coleman jere Swelgart Del Dupes Jay Davis and ack but went history at the Bears Four Cassebaum the mighty Bears did not stop at the conference championship on to set another record the first undefeated untied football team in the EAHS Combining a swift ard powerful offens 1th a rugged def nse had little trouble taking victory after victory memb s ay Davis ack Cas ebaum Milt Frutchcy ard Del Dupes ncre placed on the all county team as well as the all conference team Dick Thomas a fifth member elected to the all conference team set a Lancaster County record by kicking a total of 29 extra points The sclection of Head Coach Phil Daubert as Coach of the Year provided an anti climax ro a victorious season Truly the records which the 1957 Bears have set will long remain in the sports annals of E A H S FOOTBALL SCORES Donegal Manheim Twp Manheim Central Ephrata Cocaltco 'New Cumberland Solanco Red Lion Palmyra Columbia l , 'Non Conference game DONEGAL For their first game of the season the Bears met the Donegal Indians Since the Indians lacked exper ience the power of the mighty Bears was still to be tested Substituting freely throughout the game the Bears rolled to a 34 12 victory' MANHEIM TOWNSHIP Fighting a battle against both the heat and a very strong Manheim Township team the Bears showed the true mark of champions After over coming a one point lead they brought home a 20 to 14 win MANHEIM CENTRAL Before an audience of nearly 3000 eager fans the Bears seeking their third straight victory met the Barons strong defensive line determmedly With a powerful backfield and line the Bears managed to capture a 6 to 0 victory EPHRATA Hungry for revenge because of last years defeat the Bears successfully crushed the Mounts with a 41 to 7 victory and were on their march to the Conference Championship COCALICO-Anticipating an easy game the Bears were stunned throughout the first half by the well coached and determined Cocalico Eagles After intercepting mo passes in the last half E town returned home with a 19 0 triumph NEW CUMBERLAND-Substituting for flu ridden Co lumbra this non conference opponent offered little re sistance With a 33 to 0 score the mighty Bears rolled to their sixth straight win COAQHES LEFT TO RIGHT A Eppler P Daubert Head Coach W Frantz R Wolf SOLANCO At Solanco the Bears eagerly fought for their sixth straight conference win Attended by a few blanket clad fans the Bears took the game 28 to 0 RED LION In the most decisive game of the season Elizabethtown was host to the strong Black and Gold Red Lion eleven The Bears held in check during the first half ran wild in the second half scoring 27 points and trouncing the Lions 27 to 7 PALMYRA Still stinging from a 13 to 0 shutout at the hands of the Palms last season the Bears avenged the loss by bringing back an overwhelming 26 to 0 victory this year WARWICK On a muddy rain soaked field the undefeated Bears clinched the conference championship by defeating the Warriors 32 to 0 COLUMBIA Seeking the only undefeated untied season in the schools history the Bears were under heavy pressure when they met the Crrmson Tide Indeed not only this honor but also the Conference of Roses was theirs as they marched over Columbia 35 to 6 in their last battle of the season ::,j' ,j' s , nf we 34 12 ' . 20 14 . 6 0 c 41 7 I 19 0 33 0 t j 28 0 ' 27 7 - , 26 0 A Warwick 32 0 S I ' 33 6 I MA E f r- ' rf Q. . enior Milton Frutchcy, Captain Halfback Kent Dixon, Center FIRST ROW, left to right: D. Rutt, C5 D. Thomas, Cassebaum, H. Royer, J ex :ggi M. Frutchey, R. Coleman, . Davis, R. Farrar. SECOND ROW: R. Heisev. K. Dixon, j.Sweigart,D, Dupega L. Cunningham, K. Crum, L. Beisecker, D. Brandt, D. Deimeler. THIRD ROW: R. Wanamaker, l-I. Brinser. Don Rutt, End ob Farrar. Halfback Del Dupcs. Fullback CONFERENCE OP ,lack Ca sscbaum, Guard J. Raugh, D. Peters, W. Beisecker, L. Sheaffer, R. Shank, D. Weaver, D . Dcimler. I. Royer. FOURTH ROW: B. Reinhold, B. Spickler, G. Seiders, j. Yohn, G. Owens. R. Fanrom, R. Koch, T. Patschke, P. Givens, W. Dupes, R. Deirrich. ROSES CHAMPS Dick Thomas, Tackle L 1 Guard -lc re Sw eigart Center Lyle Cunningham, Halfback Harold Royer, .glam 1 1. J 1 Bob Coleman, Tackle jay Davis, End f.?a.1A-fda!! Shoot 'em high, Pan 'em low Under the splendid coaching of Don Haverstick, and leadership of senior stars: Hal Royer, Don Rutt, Glenn Bucher, jay Davis, Ray Graham, Denny Gillham, and Quentin Gibble, the Varsity Bears thus far have turned in an outstanding record of 8 wins and 3 losses. At mid-sea- son, the Bears placed third among the Section I teams. Practicing earnestly each evening. the boys perfected the various techniques of handling the ball. The Bears dis- played much skill, sportsmanship, and co-ordination at all times. Will it or won't it? Davis gets set for a rebound. VARSITY STANDING. left to right: Thomas. R. Graham. J. Davis. Rutt. H. Royer. KNEELlNGt G Bucher, B. Styer, D. Gillham, Gibble. OPPOSITION Upper Leacock South Lebanon Cornwall Manheim Twp. Upper Leacock Columbia Manheim Central Ephrata Donegal Hempfield Penn Manor EAHS 67 38 41 44 35 50 41 37 48 65 62 D D Q 78 73 47 Coached by Harvey Jacobs thrs group of Jr Varsrty boys showed much frght throughout the season At mrd season the JV Bears h ld a record of 5 wrns and 6 losses The experrence gamed by these hard worklng boys will JUNIOR VARSITY STANDING left to rrght R Her sy R Fleck G Brtterman T Pat schke B Hamrlton KNEELING E Walters B Dertrrch B Sprck ler D Peters R Wanamaker Opposrtron EAHS Upper Leacock South Lebanon Cornwall Manherm Twp Upper Leacoc Columbra Manherm Central Ephrata Donegal Hempfreld Penn Manor Under the leadershrp of Coach Drck Mrller the Junror Bears have scored an rmpressrve 9 to 1 record thus far thrs season They have been practrcrng constantly and con screntrously to produce another champronshrp team JUNIOR HIGH Opposrtron EAHS Upper Leacock Palmyra Columbra Upper Leacock Manherm Central Hempfreld Lanc Catholrc Pequa Valley Donegal Pequa Valley STANDING Left to Rrght R Koch J Loser B Carskadon R Krshbaugh D Neumann H Jones J Kurtz J Stoner KNEELING K Cunnmgham E Carskadon A Shrsler B Remhold J Yohn T Espenshade 16 24 20 42 30 52 ' . 17 36 k 22 33 ' 38 18 ' 27 24 37 32 39 37 ' 28 20 p 26 21 contribute to a better team in the year to come. 20 21 23 28 ' 17 33 17 29 ' 16 35 ' 26 24 . ' 23 33 22 30 23 23 21 39 PHC Crorr oo try C mp: For thezr fnrst year of varstry track these boys accomplnshed excellent results They made a good showmg IH a meet agamst their fellow school mates Throughout the year they also competed mterscholastlcally Coached by Mr Wolf they are nn hxgh hopes of domg even better m thxs and commg seasons ROSTER SENIORS D Drescher K Emenhexser E Hlxon M Borman N Cunnlngham T Sexders R Eshelman JUNIORS D Dupes J Cassebaum E Royer D Thomas R Klme A Meyer H Keener B Farrar J Davls SOPHOMORES L Oxenrxder L Blesecker .I Gutshall H Andrews R Garber P Sexbert Ham xlton B Arndt .At etllf C'0ullCli si FIRST ROW M Beyer S Ulrlch J Goss SECOND ROW B H111 L Eshelman B Wenger Mrs Hoover Coach efllllzi R acqueteef: ' Another one of Mrs Hoovers champ1onsh1p teams these tennls stars practlced countless hours to obtam therr goal Competmg agatnst schools throughout the county they succeeded m takmg many sets whrch entrtled them to the tntle Champs ge l08 Scbolfutzc Sporty Scheduler: Workmg towards rmprovements sports at EAH S the Athletrcs Counctl purchases the necessary equrpment for our teams Many hours are spent formulatmg mterscholastnc sports sched ules The Councll strrvmg for good sportsmanshnp and farr play takes prxde nn presentmg awards to letter wrnners LEFT TO RIGHT Dr Parrett, Mr Dtehl Sec, Mr Wenger, Mr Daubert Pres, Dr Kxlhefner wp' .7 L ' I f' . , . 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Y M 0 - T E ' ' in . . . ., X g 7 3 Off and runnlng' a!g:1JlHL6llQW 4.4.41 Xx And ztr one two tbree Jmker You re out' BASEBALL TEAM FIRST ROW left rrght B Fackler G Floyd B Tcufel P Thompson D Goocllrng Haw thorne K WCISS G Clements SECOND ROW R Mullen L Shaeffer K Crum G Bucher Nau man T Patschke B Styer D Rutt H Royer B Dert rlch J Heck Unclcr thc ctprble lClLlf.I'Sl1lp of thelr ncxx coach Mr Raber these boys completed thext season w1th a record of snx wms and four loses Excellent co operatron and long workouts enabled the B621IS to capture second place ln Lancaster Countys Sectron 1 E A H S Opp lNl'lf1l1Lll11 Ce ltr l Hempfreld Donegal Columbia Manhelm Central Hempfrelcl Donegal Warwnck Columbla Warwrck 1 fl Whoa' 'ini Page 109 in , to . U ,JD ' - 6 .. Y y, .l .7- - ' , g ' , . . I .. taeo 1-,p .g 4 to 1 'ga " gl 7 9 ' 5 4 ' 6 4 ' 16 8 12 5 . 3 0 ' 1 2 ' 2 1 It was .,:,rli g. fi -. . , an 4,5 X gil wg. in' r,'i"i? 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' ,. qui,-, 'C .KJ 6 ?"1J", ,L MX Last minute instructions unior Cfau may "ONE MAD NIGHT" Hall of Fame Don Cutter a playwright and his proverb quoting Chi Ticklish Situation nesc servant Wing come to a supposedly empty but haunted house to complete a novel in peace and quiet Don is astonished when he finds his house tenanted by a number of lunatics Strange things begin to happen including talking ghosts, screaming women and disappearing guests To add to the confusion an escaped murderer named Siletto appears All rn all a humorous and exciting time was had during One Mad Night Almost as funny as the play itself were the behind the scenes incidents mice gab sessions tape recordings chess the first time the love s ene was enacted gathering scenery and the stacks of pizza cokes and ice crmm wc consumed But there were serious moments too and it the last performance when the curtain fell we all agreed that thc experience had been terrific! To Mr. Dean goes our deepest gratitude for his first-rate direction and patience with our capers. Page I 12 CAST Don Cutter Wing Priscilla Lady MacBeth john Alden Dr Bunn Mr Hyde Lucille Marcy Mrs Kluck Gertrude Finch Mrs T Ashingron Depression ....,....... Artemus Burke ..... Danny Siletto .,,.,.. Dale Krlhefner Richard Criley Donnalee Fike Betsy Boggs Harold Royer james DeLong Bob Coleman Sylvia Alwme Peggy jo Brinser Kay Bentzel Finch Pauline Grubb Mary Roland Gary McPherson Glenn Bucher Grandfather Vanderhof hasn't worked for thirty years -it just took too much time! He's only one unusual char- acter in this whole unusual family. In their main and every man for himself room. meals are eaten, plays are written, snakes collected. ballet practiced, xylophones played, and printing presses operated. Mother writes plays simply be- cause eight years ago, a typewriter was delivered to the Vanderhof home by mistake. De Pinna, another perfectly harmless character. manufactures fire crackers in the base- ment. Essie spends most of her time making "Love Dreams" and practicing new ballet steps learned from a "mad" Russian, Kolenkhov. It's when Alice, the only sen- sible member of the family enters the scene, followed by Tony, her boy friend, that startling action begins to take place. XVhen Tony's parents arrive unexpectedly for din- ner, Alice is quite embarrassed by the manners her family displays. The entrance of the G-men, whose raiding party is broken up by the explosion of DePinna's fire works, doesn't help the situation. Finally, the entire Vanderhof family and the disgraced Kirbys are jailed for a night. just as Alice is about to break her engagement to Tony, Mr. Kirby recognizes the value of Grandpa's valid argument "You Can't Take It With You," and the play comes to a happy ending. enior C3155 YOU CAN:T TAKE IT WITH YOU Everyone will not only remember the fun of producing the play itself, but also the tr outs ho es that the new auditorium would be completed in time, practices, and Y a P the excitement of opening night. Manv thanks to Mr. Grosh for his splendid direction. CAST Penelope Sycamore, Essie. Paul Sycamore, Ed. Mr. D6Pinna, Martin Vanderhof, Alice. Rheba. Donald. Henderson, Boris Kolenkhov, Mrs. Kirby, Mr. Kirbv. Tony Kirby, Olga. Three Men, Pauline Gmbb Betsy Boggs james DeLong Harold Royer Richard Criley Dale Kilhefner Sylvia Alwine Mary Roland Vlilliam White lack Bailey Robert Coleman Kay Bentzel Gary MacPherson Glenn Bucher Peggy jo Brinser Ben Hoffman Chester Douglass Tom Trimmer Qlbfanckng erjonabfiej YIOR QIRIS OF 'IHL MONTH SEATLD Igfr to rlbhr B lxrumru S Baku J Espen Slude lx Exim S Alvsmc J Myra STANDING E Kmybxll M Rolmd lx Bcmzd J brxyblll P Garber JANET ESPENSHADE Good Cmzen Award Hlrold R Jycr fl hr vunmr of tlm 1951 Cul bhxrk An mi pruanrs trophx to Bob D xrmh ldr 1958 wmrd xxmmr Page 1 14 Ixll C I LIS QUARTIIT Lctr to rlglmr B Colcmm D Ixxlhefmr G Buchgr L Douglass fo- A Night to Remember! 4 A penny tor your thoughts: A memorable evening, the Junior- Senior Prom was the most exciting dance of the year. The theme "Paradise in Pink" was carried out by pink carnations, candles, and other decorations adorning the Hershey Golf Club. Sweet strains of music, played by the Mello-Macs wafted everyone into a dream world. Floor shows, dancing, and a gay en- vironment by the jay-Cee's climaxed an evening of fun at the Post-Prom Party. unlor- enior rom E vening of Enchantment Ant's eye view! Dancers "en masse" -I V. Page 716 Filled with the Christmas Spirit. Dignificd rock ri' rollers. Could Have Danced All Night A maze of romance. Springtime rock. So you thmk you re feelmg good' v 's Go Cleopatra -' The Relaxatxon of Wlnnlng Maybe he escaped from a c1rcus' km? Betsy youll get far' Bo the Ivory baby Mad House' - Z i"l .5 Dcserted Lockers of old high school. M-DAY The long walk bcrwccn the junior and senior high wings. Page H8 Almost .H thc journeys end. Il Taking that last glimpse. Eagerly looking forward to the new junior high. Q... J 1 2 Scnrching for those new homcrooms, lockers. Seniors battle to get to Could this possibly be a new homeroom? ll 3 H Teachers look on. f-v Saturday mght staff mcetmg A Sleepmg beautles Frlcnds, Romans Country men- Page 120 Hurray' No more hockey dlet CENSORED' g'x Charles Atlas can do IhlS for you I -ugh XY ho dunitf Chearin' behind her back, Bob? PORTRAYAL of the SENIORS -fl' u Stop fiddling and get my Candelabra. IC- All-Star team. Neprune's daughters. - my r ,ie 0 . . Therc's one in every crowd "- 1 . , r rw 'J if A v f ff? 255' -r ii 'j 2 'NSE . , 'B r X fi 'i 'T' , -52" 'Q i v 5, ,S fn. 1 Bgoox , , 'V , nfl , 5 'gg Naughty boy. K3 . 'T WV Y, ,. .. X ff.. Any room for me and Oscar? Page 122 XVe thank our editors and their staffs for helping to make this annual a success. To our advisors, Mr. Libhart and Mr. Hoopert. who were always there when we needed them and to Mr. Staaab. our professional photographer. who devoted much time and effort to assisting our staffs, go our thanks. For their co-operation during these hectic weeks, we express our appreciation to the faculty. XY'e extend our thanks to the many others who have helped us. -THE EDITORS. Robert McConn Mr and Mrs C Hiestand Mr and Mrs Foster Noll Mr and Mrs ohn G Groff P an Gail and Donna Dr and Mrs Ralph L XVe1rick Ken and Polly Dr and Mrs Hoffman Garber Ginny and Liz Mr and Mrs Donaldl Dixon A Friend Mr ind Mrs R S Trimmer A Friend Mr and Mrs ohn L Berrier A Friend Dale and Carolyn Donnie and Judy Mr and Mrs Allison MacPherson Ed and Barbie Kountry Kitchen Mr and Mrs Jap Heisey Farrar and Knox Mrs Wilson and Warren Helen and Gil Ditmer Mr and Mrs Daniel XV Wentzel Mrs Kathryn Geib Mr and Mrs Andrewj Eagle Carol and Nancy M and Mrs Lloyd Gamer Mr and Mrs Henry Rutt M s Gertrude Svyeigart Iudy Eleanor Susie and Esh Mr ind Mrs Russell Roland lime leinie Molly and essie KCI1 Bernhxrd Xlr 1ndXfrs C M Barnett X rty id on Mrs Helen XX Blshore r ual Xfrs I Martin Cish r ml Mrs F D lxeene Xrs ohn T o ind o e l ie yin l Giyens Dr md Mrs S Xi is Xlr ind Mrs Iri Summy Him is Tixi Seryiee X1r ini Xlrs I u renee XX itmer Mrs L eorge Stahl Miss Gyyen Miller Mrs Elsie Care F Toyyn Community Credit Bureau Mr and Mrs Glenn Dulany and Tim Mr and Mrs XlUllllCllT1 XX ieble and Linda Barrons Bus and Taxi Service Xfessieh Firm Equipment Rey IX rs 'l r Doll and Mrs Benyamin Hess r Carol and Cindy and Mrs ohn Fleck Reba L Boggs ma Mrs W H Hormfius and Mrs C Ray Olweiler and Mrs Charles Bliley and Family Gang md' Mrs Blaine Fike and Gorgeous Crazy and B autiful Meathead Hosemose Cat and Ab Iill ind Don Mr and Mrs Willard Stauffer Mr and Mrs XV Long Nancy Susan Mrs B A Criley Mr and Mrs Howard Fasnacht Mr and Mrs Clarence Shelly and Flmlly Larry and Lois Nancy I Germer Rey and Mrs Raymond L Fetter Mr and Mrs Gerald Blake Ir Vr and Mrs Lloyd L Keener Florenc B Risser Mr and Mrs K XV Brosey Sr M and Mrs Clyde Boyer loin Bressler and Ioan XY7eidman M ini Mrs Oryille Ceib Toms Beiuty Sl appe Dun ml ean Xlrs Frrnk Fngllsla Sr XI R XX arden Xr r r r Xlr nl Xirs Iohn I-H2191 u l Mrs Stmley M Ober 1 Dinny X RllTllllR Ris eueekers Xfeu Xllrket inl Xfrs Fueene Teufel ii Nlrs Rilph L Coleman Hirry Lehn ini Xlrs Htrry Grimm ml Xlrs Chirles H MeF.1lls iXl s P C Xliller r ind Fimily Richard Miller 1 1 1 A' 1 . 1 . . . lX1r. . . 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' Mr and Mrs Wrllram F Mrller Mr and Mrs Arthur G Sprckler Bonnre Gearhart and Bob ultz Mr Dan1e1A Schroll Paul and Hrlda Drffenderfer The Nelson Zeager Famrly Rrchard Helm Famrly Xe na and Erel Moseman I' I' I' I' I' I and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs 1n.l Mrs Harry E Blough Harry E Blough Sr Aaron A Koser Raym Greenawalt Gerald L Hossler Albert E Greenaw Emory Wolgemuth Nirss Mable Eshelman and Mrs Mrehael Gratch john Habecker r and Mrs j Shelly Kaylor r an lNrs H K Schoener r and lN rs r and Mrs XVm D Balmer an hrs N R Kraybrll an Mrs Ralph We1r1ck an Mrs Paul M Grubb Harold M Eberly Mr and Mrs ohn Metzler Pfc Kerry A Rrce ohn Kraybrll and Fam1ly Nlar1lyn Krenek and Shlrley Me zler Draces Amoco Servrce Statxon Mr and Mrs Amos Grnder Barb and jack N r and Mrs NV1lmer G Stoner Wir and Mrs Iester Dupes and Iester Dupes USN Bernerce Keller Fuller Brush Mr and Mrs Glenn Bradley Wrlbur Mrller Mr and Mrs jack B Horner Grace and Marie Sonny and Sandy Mr and Mrs Kenneth Relghard M1 and Mrs Russel Hoffer Mrs U M Rrce and Alma Mr and Mrs C D Stahl lanrce and rm Mr and Mrs W S Espenshade Sureheat Fuels johnny and Shade Espenshade Mr and Mrs Walter Rank Mrss Loretta Klrne Rcbert R Hostetter Mr and Mrs Harold R Brandt Eberly s Furnrture Store Mr and Mrs E E Krreser Crndy and ohnny Lrnda Itzoe Mr and Mrs Maurrce E Itzoe Xlr and Mrs Chr1stM1ller Dr and Mrs Ralph Parrett Dr and Mrs ohn E Lebo r Pearl A Koser Brouchts Meat Market Mr and Mrs Charles F Srmon Roy S Hrestnd N11 and Mrs Ralph S Brmser Nlr and Mrs E W Dertrrch john S Grbble Famrly Nlr and Mrs Robert Trrmble and Tom Mr md Mrs Xvlllllm ohnson Leah M Zuck I' 1' and Mrs D Baker and Famlly and Mrs john S Grrrnm and Peggre and Mrs Davrd Shaffner and Mrs C Raffensberger Patty A F Brandt Kenny and ean 1 I' I' 1' and Mrs Norman A Bradley and Mrs Chuck Whlttel and Mrs Lee A Wfrnters Sr Earl Hershel and Mrs jacob Ebersole r and Mrs Benjamln Boltz Helen and Mxrxam Oberholtzer Mr and Mrs Frank R Breneman Mr and Mrs Paul A Wmters Wir and Mrs Samuel A Oberholtzer Mrss Rrttle ames M Berkeblle Shrrley D Grubb Mr and Mrs john T Baker Mr and Mrs Warren Grubb and Sandy Gwen 'Mrller Mr and Mrs Albert Alwrne Mr and Mrs Raym Cunnmgham Abe Skymanskr A Stump Esso Mr and Mrs Dave Chaprn Clay and Hrlma oan Bonnie Mr and Mrs O and Steve lxfll and Mrs M1 s Dorothy Bev and Sally Owen I. Myers anet and Ray B Hoffman Hamxlton The GSPB Committee Mr and Mrs George Carrrger Elrzabeth johnson Nancy Mrs Edwm Keener Mr and Mrs joseph Wlllrams jane and Harold Carrre and Gqlny Mr and Mrs Maurrce Grlmm and Famrly Nlr and Mrs Wrllram E Rrcker Dale Krlhefner Henry M Lrbhart Mr and 'Vlrs K Ezra Bucher Gl nn and Larry Dr md Mrs C C Douglas Mr and Mrs jay S Rrsser Mr and Mrs M E Patton Shelby Haekenberger Xlr and Mrs Paul Hackenberger jolene Mummau r an lwrs Harry Hrlsher r in lNrs C G Barley and Family md lv rs Benner R Crxley r me lN rs Robertl Hergel r rnt lk rs Harlrn Bovtersox The Cafeterla Glrls lue H Hooxer Xlrruml Mengel Ruth Anna Hess Nlcrle R Good Ur lrther XX Ferrer Page 123 . ' ' . l ' . Mr. . . ' 1' bl . . . l M . . ' . , jr. jim ' ' V M . T . , , M . . ' M , . , Mr . . , bl . , ' . . . -' M . . . ' J M . f . - . alt M1 . . Evlf. L ' . - - l A ' a M, . . ' , . Dr, . ' " M . Mr. MI. . M .' , . - ' bl . ' . ' ' M . d l . . . Y l l M. 1 .J A ' ' A . . I lvl , . , . . . . . 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Eberly Phone EM 7 5468 Comphmenfs of HESTICO MANUFACTURING COMPANY INC Complimenfs of JOHN C. REIDER Plumbing and Heafing Roufe 2-Elizabe+h'I'own, Pa Eluzabethtown, R 3, pug. 124 Pa Phone EM 71475 MI. . . . .1 ' . . I Mr. . ' 1 . . ' . '- M . . "" ' ' 1 ' Mr. . r r . ' 1 f ,, r 1- A1 H , , , ' ' , h - ' f Bl A , . ' . ' . . 1 . l.ib S llr. art Mp. . ' ' '.". '- 'A .jr M V 1 ' I. . A 1. I , Nlr. john Dean Bob Hamilton . . ' ' Mr. . . K ' Mr. . ' I , ' r . Mr. . . . . Mr. . . A. ' Mr. . . ' Df- Mr. . . ' Mr. . . MI. . Mr. ' h , O TROPICAL TREAT 2 Miles East of Elizabethtown Curb SCFVICC R C U S T A R D SHOTGUNS RIFLES AND ACCESSORIES TROPICAL TREAT 2Ml Estof EI be o B A - B - Q - - Bought, Sold, and Traded - - ies a iza tht wn Your Elizabethan Photographer SPECIALIZINC PORTRAIT PAINTINGS STAAB STUDIO One Center Square Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania , avfffw' E g' Ais h l I 'lfgl jj? il? ,gl New Resudence Hall for Women Approved by Pennsylvomo Stote Councul On Educotaon Maddle Stotes Assoclotnon Member of Amerncon Councal On Educohon Member of Assoclotuon of Amerncon Colleges ELIZABETHTOWN COLLEGE ELIZABETHTOWN PA A STANDARD CO EDUCATIONAL COLLEGE For information wrlte Presrdenl'A C Baugher Ph D LL D Preacher Krlck "Sober Ober" VICTOR J. KOSER, INC. DEALER IN LIVE POULTRY MT. JOY, PA. Beskmjhsg Evsfhe Phone OL-3-6331 ond Especnolly to Our Groduote Employees Loss Ober ond Larry Krlck BEN FRANKLIN STORE "on the Square" Elizabefhfown. Pennsylvania PHONE: EM 7 4707 Pag 127 .2 ,,.. -' ' ' T' Ii - F '-5, ,. g.. "V-1-112 M - . g 1- . 7 , ,VI , ,Z , I U. ,V , . , Z i R 3 .W LiQil:.,,3Ll. i ,qt ' Accreduted by' U , ,Aj 'p :3 I , 1 Pr'-7 ' , l r 'S-fain.. .554 - I 1 2' lf "-i"f I ', fe ,H ,. , . 0 1 n 1 e al n 1 ll P ll K NTZELMAN' U S RCA VICTOR Penn-Dutch D Radio -Television - High Fi GENERAL ELECTRIC Ice Cream - Af Your Door Sales Appliances Service Television Jacob B Flsher A Lewis Hslssv Agent Appllance Store State Farm Insurance 22 East Hlgh Street C ompames Elizabethtown AUTO FIRE LIFE 244 som Mm-ku sneer Pl'1O"'e EM 7 I344 EI ab 'l'h'I'own P EM 74787 Lumber Coal Millwork lg? ,3 Img Wu Q- ' ELIZABETHTOWN PLANING MILL BUILDERS SUPPLIES 54 Brow 1 Street Phone EM 7 I 125 I I C ' I O iz e I mi . . - - -MSX ,Q'3f'f I 7' ff' 'as fir, f 1 qs or - "T T E1 ,I ' xx - gaflfuffff . -,....,M WN.:-g3'1t1" I . 9- Ggsx - ,L , ' , ' 2 'Lit -A .. -, ' li ,,.:. ' I lf ' t4 ix ' i Ig , ' . ,, ? , E U " ..o:1,.Q4---'n 1 .. -V ,R :Im-bt A 4 I :-, Q "-"1 ng , . ' - -- fn is '- J M 7',1i'..2 2, , . Q-ai. A ... . A , E' il.:-111. N 4- ' , , , A ,. . , - ' . I V' V 'A J" I sf .S ' ' . , -, " ' 2 5 'mu-r--Q--' " ,. .F .7 -" V ' - I . 1 A-ur, 1,7 ' . bv. V i V 4: .--rw-A i I 1 x COMPLIMENTS OE THE .I E Baker Company BEST WISHES Ellzabethtown Trust Company Next to the Post Otfnce 9 Phone EM 7 H56 Mumper s Dalry Now Celebrating our 40th Year EI ab 1'h'l' Compliments ot Buch Manufacturlng Company Phone EM 7 ll7l Memb r of Federal Deposif Insurance Corp. 9 ' ' iz e own, Pu. - MOYER'S POTATO CHIPS Among the Best by Test Wholesale-Retail Delivery Service C. H. Moyer R.D. No. 3 Phone EM 7-5469 EI ob thtown Pa C mpl f H 1' g Se e SCHWANCER BROS Company 8' Incorporated CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1958 Gerberlch Payne Shoe C0 Mt Joy Pa Elizabethtown Pa Hamllton Jewelry Store WATCHES CLOCKS 9 Center Square Elizabethtown Pa Phone EM 7 1331 JOHN E COPENHAVER BUTTER EGGS POULTRY 07 I n Phones E 71461 IB ess1 LAWTON S ROADSIDE FURNITURE STORE N t b tht n P nn yl o o Phon EM 7 1232 u o iz e , . o e e ea in rvic . Box 1 , E izabefhtow , Pa. M - usin EM 7-6346 iResidence1 ! ' R.D. o. 2-U. S. Rou e 230 Elizue ow, e s vni e . Good F rnifure af C unfr Prices WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE Home Ow ed and Op rafed by EARL S KAUFFMAN 31 Soufh Ma kei' S+ ee'l' EM 7 1476 EI zabefhfo n Pa H S RI SER Olds oble Cadllac Poni' ac Phone EM 71366 J H He sey W Scofi' He sey Helsey Brothers Quarry Road Constructuon Transit Mix Concrete Rheems Pennsylvania At Your Service Round the Clock J L MECKLEY Automatic Heahng Plumbing Arr Condlhonmg Phone 7 EIIZ3beThTOWI'1 . . s ' ' ' Sf-'es - Service Phone EM 7-257-I The Croft Meat Market Refrigerated Truck Door-to-door Service Store and Slaughter House Located at 13 North Market Street Elizabethtown. Pa. JACK K. SCOTT Real Estate-lnsurance Phone EM 7-2551 112 S. Market St. KlNG'S For Mens and Boys Wear King Building 1921 S Market Compliments of Pick's Atlantic Service 135 North Market Street Elizabethtown Pa PAUL W BAKER Prop Phone EM 7 4206 We Fix Anything Myers Machine Shop R F MYERS 119 North Poplar Street Repair Work a Specialty Gas and Electric Welding Auto Parts Repalred Compliments of Savoy Shoe Company Elizabethtown Chronicle One of Americas Best Country Active Member National Editorial Association Printers and Publishers Since 1869 J G WESTAFER AND SON Compliments of sulwens f 1212 W HIGH ST ELIZIBETIITOWN PA MARTIN BUILDERS CENTER INC 212 W High St Elizabethtown Pa Colas Asphalt Paving Phone EM 71349 . . . - I U S+. . , . , . Wee'f'v Newspaper N cmrsn INC? ig, P 132 . . ' Thrutty People Use Sureheat Fue Costs less because nts best' Phone EM 7 2393 EM 7 4617 The Davld Martln Store pl t Wengers Pretzel Company tt dBoys Cltn CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES FOR A SUCCESSFUL FUTURE BOOT AND SHOE WORKERS UNION Local 735 Eliza beth town, Pa I O11 ' 9 9 o Com imen s of i Bakers of Better Pretzels and Po a o Chips Men's an ' o hi g JOHN E FULLERTON e ts O ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR MT GRETNA RoAD Pho e EM76437 THE CONTINENTAL PRESS cto Pblse OBER BROTHERS GULF sskvlcs P PHONE EM 7 9777 pl etso R 87 R ELECTRONICS plete M tIF Fcltes . Complim n f INC. El' b h R D N 3 Edu a i n u i h rs n - Compliments of Com im n f Gulf roducts Com e a inishing a ii i Co pl ents of Theobald. Industrles HIDES AND TALLOW Elzobethtown R D 'I Phone EM 7 1287 Schroll s Ice Cream Store Soda Fountan and G ocery Fo o quo! tyt egt at lower p ces EI obethtow -on the square Phone EM 7 4709 COMPLIMENTS OF PAXSONS CUT RATE Rheems Po MINNEAPOLIS MOLINE FARM MACHINERY Soles ond Se v ce Phone EM 7 3599 George E Carrlger PAINT 8- BODY SHOP WRECKS REBUILT R E Mlley ELECTRIC AND ACETYLENE WELDING El obethtown R D No 3 Phone 7 Rheems Po 7 FARMERS FERTILIZER WURKS MANUFACTURER OF HIGH GRADE FERTILIZER FOR 54 YEARS Donegal Plant Food FOR LAWNS AND SI-IRUBBERY Elizabethtown, Penna. Phone EM 7-IZII Longenecker Farm Supply The Chrlstlan Llght D L Landis Book Store 20 So th Ma ket St e t b tht EM 7 1360 INSURANCE EM 7 5126 23 So th Ma ket St e t b P RELIGIOUS MERCHANDISE COMPLIMENTS OF coMPl.lMENTs OF Fll'St N3tl0ll2lI Bank INSTALLMENT LOAN SL Trust C0 SERVICE b FOR YOUR EVERY BANKING NEED e EMp 7 'I kS RseIMIler Compluments of Compllments of MILLER FUNERAL HOME Elizabethtown Permsylvama PHONE EM 7 1247 I3 0 u r r e Eliza e own,Pa. - - u -r r e Eliza ethtown enna. Distributors of Eliza ethtown, Po. Phon ire - 116 Fran .Miller u s i W E MOHR Plumbing Heahng and Eleclrlcal Appliances Bainbridge Phone Marlefla HA 6 3395 Compllmenfs KREAMER PHARMACY Prescriphon Specialists Cenfer Square Ellzabefhiown P Phone EM 71262 HERALD PRINT SHOP E G KUHN Ellzabeihiown Pa Complimenfs of ZEPNICK S GROCERY STORE Cals Paw 24 Hour Se Soles and Heels JOES SHOE REPAIR 10 Cenfer Square Ellzabefhiown Pa Phone EM 7 4314 Hours Mon fhru Sal 7 30 A M fo 9 00 P M FYICE NEWCOM ER S FIRESTONE STORE Home and Aufo Supplies Corner Markel' and Park Sfreefs Ellzabeihfown P Phone EM 71372 FIKE S MARKET Fresh and Frozen Fruifs Vegefables and Sea Food Phone EM 71417 Enirance Rear of J B Fishers Roufe Van Service Fruif Baskefs a Specialfy Eluzabelhfown Pa May you as graduahng seniors sef your goals of fhe fufure ex fremely high We wish you much success in your efforfs fo make fhese goals a realify Elizabethtown Lions Club P9137 O I . . v l , . : . ..' : . . 9 ' of -, ' ' Q, Philco Television ' . a. 9 l T I I . . . ll ' ll Il 5 P ll , . 9 . 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Eli ab htown, Pa Hauling Shell uel Oil ' 9 C I Phone - 6 . awrence l . , Splckler s Dalry George A Flsher ZENITH TELEVISIONS KELVINATOR APPLIANCES EM 7 1237 mpl e ts o GRUBB SUPPLY C0 COAL FEED a Re I Estate JUNES Sz ZINK INC 119 SOUTH MARKET STREET ELIZABETHTOWN PA Pho e EM71159 Grace C Blough C I f Glnder Cleaners Co im n f C mplim n s f Phone - General Insurance C""'P'i"'e"fS of nd a . 9 0 ' ' omp iments o n - For More Than A Century The A+ExceIlent Golden Rule Company Phones: EM-7-I 'I28 EM-7-'I I29 ELIZABETHTOWN BUILDING Sz SUPPLY COMPANY 'ONE STOP' Er LUMBER MILLWORK BUILDING MATERIALS H MARTIN HOFFER O r VERE M HOFFER Ma age 341 51 Wesl' Ba nbr dge Sfreel' El abethtow P D al EM 7 3032 J A Stumpf PETROLEUM E S S O PRODUCTS COAL HAULING DUMP TRUCK SERVICE R D No 3 EI abethtown Pa Co pl ts of Aunt Sally s Kltchen Best W shes S G Hershey and Son Department Store S thM ket8IP rkSt eet El obethto O Glenn K Farver GAS OIL TIRES ACCESSORIES COAL HAULING GROCERIES FLAGSTONE 8. BUILDING STONE Pho e EM7 3675 R ute 340 b I I nu cu . , wne . , n r - I i iz n, o. i - ' . m imen , 0 . . . iz , . i Q I O T. T' T ou or o r 'I ' iz wn,Po. 0 - Eliza ethtown, Po. Hitz Grocery Corner North Hanover and East Willow Streets Full line of GROCERIES, LUNCH MEATS, ICE CREAM SOFT DRINKS CANDY PASTRIES FROZEN FOODS Phone EM7 1454 Cornpllments of Blnkley s Sewlng Machlne and Remnant Shop 109111 North Market Street Eluzabethtown Pa W. T. GRANT COMPANY 48 SOUTH MARKET STREET KNOWN FOR VALUES Stauffers Beauty Salon I14 North Poplar Street Phone EM 7 1472 MIRIAM H DRACE Prop Glonfyung the Amerlcan Curl Longenecker s Hatchery KIMBER LEGHORNS X, Phone EM71385 I Q R E Hershey QUALITY Mens WHOLESALE 8- RETAIL Phone EM 71347 935 Groff Ave EVERYTHING FROZEN FREEZER FOOD SUPPLIES IC E L A N D INCORPORATED Compliments of Joseph Greenberg, Inc I , O O 9 i f , I r ' ' f"1Q.2:5,, 1, I 'A , Tkxhx I tvvz 1 Q an f D V 5 DUTCH BOLOGNA 81 SMOKED HAMS 4 -.ef- re-Q--e f Y ,xv I igl w, - . p 141 Compliments of New Standard Corporation Compliments of Kaylor Brothers Dots Beauty Shop For D scr m not ng Women 50 West High Street Elzzobethtown Pa Phone EM 7 'I224 Compluments of Kountry Kltchen Compl ments of Nagel s Grocery Store BAINBRIDGE PA Phone HA6-2047 Clearvlew Esso Servlce Center ESSO PRODUCTS STATE INSPECTION WHEEL ALIGNMENT Compl ments of Your Jeweler Walker s JEWELERS SILVERSMITHS 44 South Market St EI zobethtown Po 307 Locust Street Columb 0 Po Famous n Pennsylvonno for 79 years Hess MUSIC Shop Eluzobethtown R D No 'I PIANOS ORGANS MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS RADIO TELEVISION and HI FIDELITY 9 i i i i I . i 9 Phone EM 7-9707 i , I a , . i , . ' i . , 142 Lehman 81 Book ELIZABETHTOWN S LEADING DRY CLEANERS AND DYERS PHONE 7 'I305 Comphments of EMPIRE SHOE MANUFACTURING COMPANY Elizabethtown Po S F Ulrlch, Inc BUICK SALES AND SERVICE Compliments of Boyer Funeral Home I44 EAST HIGH STREET ELIZABETHTOWN PA Phone 7 1380 Compliments of BAINBRIDGE MAYTOWN Bainbridge P Erb Brothers ESSO SERVICE STATION AUTO PAINTING USED CARS 500 North Market Street Ehzobethtown P PHONE EM7 9917 Compluments of S B Becker Compllments t Hertzlers Dalry P9 BODY AND GLASS REPAIRS I RHEEMS GARAGE STUDEBAKER PACKARD CARS TRUCKS RHEEMS PENNSYLVANIA PHONE EM 7 1320 Bob s Flower Shop UNUSUAL FLOWERS A THEIR B T 39 South Market Street Compliments of elsey s Chlldren Shop 25 South Market Street Paul Shlffer ZENITH HI FIDELITY RADIO TELEVISION RECORD PLAYERS Sales 8. Servlce 'I2 South Market Street PHONE EM7 'I466 Compl ments of .I S Rlsser Garment Company C F DURBORAN RCA SALES 81 SERVICE BAINBRIDGE, PA Phone Marietta HA 6 9655 I4 Compl ments of Gelbs Cleaners 8a Dyers SUMMER 8. WINTER STORAGE FUR GLAZING 50 North Spruce Street Elrzabethtown P PHONE EM7 I285 Compliments of Greenblatts Shoe Store . 9 . , O T E S -' ' -' P h 0 n e E M 7 - 2 2 1 -I EII1db8fI'lf0Wll, Pd. I I ' , a. Compl ments ot Garber Motor Company Ellzabethtown Pa FORD MERCURY Sales and Service- NEWCOMER OIL CORPORATION RICHFIELD PETROLEUM PRODUCTS 905 SOUTH MARKET STREET ELIZABETHTOWN PA Newcomer s Servlce Statlon T M Ebersole Prop For that Rellable RICHFIELD GASOLINE and RICHLUBE MOTOR OIL For TOP SERVICE un WASHING and GREASING 24 Hour Serv ce 903 South Market Street Walter K Dupes AUCTIONEER EI zabethtown P The Dress Shop Da sy M Klem LADIES READY TO WEAR Phone EM 7 6372 On the Square Complnments of 35 37 South Market Street PHONE EM 7 4694 Warren s Shoe Store NUNN BUSH POLL PARROT YORKTOWN PIERRE MIRACLE TREAD Best W shes LEO B KOB INC Smce 'I904 Author zed Dealer nn Ellzabethtown or AUTOMATIC G E OIL AND GAS HEATING 24 S Market Street Elizabethtown Pa P , O O . i , a. i , - Shearer's Furniture Store , i t I . g 145 Compl ments of Elizabethtown Garment Co Comphmenfs of THE FARMERS MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY Office 229 South Market Street Phone EM 71317 EI zabethtown Pa METZLER S RESTAURANT Compliments of COMMUNITY INN Feafurmg Fme Orchestras and Dancmg SEAFOOD 498 West Hugh St Elizabethtown EM 7 9839 P Zarfoss Hardware and Sportlng Goods P I 6 Kleln Chocolate Company Founded I9I3 by Wm Klem Sr Manufacturer of Lunch Bars Grade A Bars Fme Mllk Chocolate Coatings and Cocoa M Ik Chocolate Wafers Roamers Glnders and Spmners OAG ' I i , . 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