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

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Zlwdefzcfacemew ....... 1-hzaaazaea .... .... Spade. . . , , , , ?ecu!afze4, .... ,,,, Qzcwlacztdon... fildaewlieemewta . .... . All of us on the passenger list of FLIGHT X-'61 gratefully dedicate this yearbook to our local, inspirational heritage. The garden-like countryside, the lovely woods bordering our streams and ponds, the rising church spires pointing our thoughts heavenwardg the efficiently-Planned, well-staffed schools, the hard-working, frugal, kindly home-town folks who give us Park recrea- tion, scouting, Little League, Boys' Club, the colorful, meaningful customs, such as the Memorial Day activities, the Easter egg hunt, Santas "castle," the Community Day Picnicfare all a part of Elizabethtown area, This is more than a placeg it is a way of life that shapes our characters and molds our ambitions. On our flight to the future, this rich heritage of good influences shares with us GOD AS Ol7R CO-PILOT. N, i Q3 ff TN, .X it N. X S K W .ff of Wpw ' 4 vw, A , ,fszf 'O Hwy-Pk ,,.-,nf 4 ,Q , qxwfvffit. ,af ' r , ,gn f I A ,'? S M 1 -64 r x ,fa -'gif N A-f xv-Q 1' - ll Z .N V ,Y ln. IS- -. vig N Z , - .... DR. GALEN KILHEFNER The smooth operation of the Elizabethtown area school district is the responsibility of Dr. Galen C. Kilhefner, supervising principal. He came into the present position in 1953, first serving the borough and then the entire area after the merger. Entering 'the educa- tional profession in 1930, he was a member of the faculty at East Lampeter Twp. H. S. Cnow a part of Conestoga Valleyj teaching algebra, science, physics and chemistry. Here he advanced to principal, then supervising principal. It was an appointment from the College that brought Dr. Kilhefner to Elizabethtown in 1945. Dr. Kilhefner completed the requirements and received his Doctor of Education degree from the University of Pennsylvania in 1952. His doctoral dissertation subject was "Student Personnel Services in the Colleges of the Church of the Brethren." The quiet manner qf Dr. Kilhefner has made him a well liked, well respected indi- vidual and the ability with which he handles his job makes it difficult to realize how big it is. 041,-a7f'5c4aaZ77' ' -fra, W' e g Q W 2 K MR. PHILIP DAUBERT Active is the word for Mr. Philip Daubert, our Elizabethtown Area High School principal, as he effectively carries out the tremendous job of serving the individual student and the system. A native of Milton, Penna., Mr. Daubert is a graduate of Lenoir Rhyne College, N. C., with a Master's degree in supervision and administration from Bucknell University. Having been a teacher, coach, and principal, he has had advantageous experience dealing with all kinds of problems, but it is his native ability of sound judgment, sincere inter- est and deep understanding that rate him "tops" with us. A quotable quote of Mr. Dauberts, dating back to the time he was named "Coach of the Year," was the old football saying reminding us "A quitter never wins and a winner never quits." Um Scdaal Eawwl J. HOFFMAN GARBER CARLTON SCHULDT, Pres. Community "servants" who take time willingly from their various occupations and personal interests to furnish, equip, and maintain our six area schools make up our school board. Blueprints, budgets, and busi- ness meetings tell their story for 1960-61 as they apply their diversi- fied experiences to achieve one goal -superior education. ALBERT GARMAN ELMER GROFF C. A. S. HOLLINGER JACK HORNER ARTHUR SPICKLER WILBUR WEAVER JOHN P. I. DEAN SALLY L. DONOVAN C. NEVIN MILLER MABEL JANE MILLER A-B-, EliZHbfffl'lf0WI1 College B.S., Shippensburg State A.B., Eastern Mennonite A.B,, Lebanon Valley College English College Collegeg M. E., Eastern Baptist Temple Univ. Englirb Seminary Efzglirb, Reading English LEAH M. ZUCK, Chm. A.B., Elizabethtown College English, Latin 2.9104 z vmaa 'ma 7 7., aw., A tool for living! Yes, that's what English is to every one of us. Learning English and its usage for effective communication is not only an important part of growing up, but it is one of the most necessary talents for our world today. Since we live in an English-speaking country, our language and its rules of grammar, vocabulary, effective speech, and the widely varying works of literature form the basis for a good American education. We have discovered as We worked out our assignments in the field of creative expression what great joy and sat- isfaction can be had by putting our scattered thoughts into organized ideas. We have also reaped the benefits of our own creativeness in debate, drama, and other activities, which stimulate an inner desire to be constructive. PATRICIA A. MILLER WILLIAM J. AB Drake Univ. PAPAVASILION "Christmas Spirit, Our Hope for Peace says Rachael rep Englirla B.S., Millersville State College resenting EAHS at Harrisburg English EDWARDINE TYSON DURENY VASSIL SANDRA ANN XVARNER A.B., Ursinus College, M.A., A.B., Pennsylvania State Univ, BS., Millersville State College, Univ. of Pennsylvania, Dela- Efzglirln College of Williaiiu and Mary ware, Marylandg Temple Univ., English Pennsylvania State Univ. English A' 'dmc 70 '71 E'z4.'3"-S- Studying German, Latin, or French did not stop with learning the languageg but here we weregiven the opportunity to explore a bit into the customs and culture of the particular countries or people. We found Latin to be of great practical help with understanding our English words, in German, we could ap- preciate the close association of the language with our own local language heri- tage, French, the diplomatic tongue, enabled us to communicate with a majority ofthe world's people. Today we must be able to communicate if we are to live with other peoples of widely differing ideals and beliefs. ROBERT M. CHRYST A,B., Franklin and Marshall College, Millersville State Teachers College, New York Univ. German JANE SHUMBERGER, Chm. A.B., Gettysburg College Gerwazz JANICE N. CLEMENS 5 in LORETTA L. KLINE - - 5 B.S., Bloomsburg State College, BS., Elizabethtown College Ist das rlchtlgf M.S., Pennsylvania State Univ. French Frwzfb ALTON H. EPPLER JOHN G. HABECKER ROBERT L. MEYERS ELWOOD R, RABER B.S., Kutztown State College A.B., Goshen Collegeg M.Ed., B.S., Millersville State College B.S., Elizabethtown College Sfigliff, Biology Pennsylvania State University General Sfienre Clfemirtry DEAN R. STEINHART, Chm. B.S., Kutztown State Collegeg Pennsylvania State University Biology Sriezzre, Malh SezaaD - 744 Sade, 051:34 find 70? ?oz'7t'7nf?70ofzkZ0ff4 What makes us tick? Why are we as we are? In Biology we learned the an- swers to these and many more questions concerning ourselves, our place among living things, and how we are related to our environment. We examined plant and animal specimens as well as studied them in our attractive, well-written science books. Chemistry instruction followed a varied path leading us to appreciate that almost every common material we use today has been developed or improved by the chemist. We were taught to take apart natural substance and put it back together again through the processes of analysis and synthesis. - JOHN ROGERS HOMER K. SCHOENER B5-, E219 Stroudsburg State B.S., Albright Collegeg Duke What are you looking for? College Instituteg Pennsylvania State General Scierzre Univ. I2 Chemistry, General Srierzce LOUISE H. BUSH HARRY GRAHAM CHARLES JACKSON DEAN F. KREAMER A.B., Elizabethtown College B.S., Elizabethtown Collegeg B.S., Lebanon Valley College B.S., Lock Haven State College Malb, Algebra Temple University jr. High Math M,11l1gm4,gjf5 M!Ifh67H!1ffCI Om 74616439-p'zq6a4ed7l47o77Ze6Z 744 0,4 744 7utwze In the modern world of sputniks and atoms the importance of our mathematics training was evident. We were exposed to complicated mazes of geometry, algebra and trigonometry with the physics course stressing a blend of math and science. Taking math was more than just learning to work problems mechanically. Algebra was helpful in chemistry where formula writing was prominent. Trigo- nometry was a must for physics. Knowing how to use a slide rule was indispen- sable for working the long, complicated problems in either advanced chemistry or physics. Now we know for a fact-l'Math teaches you to thinkf, STANLEY S. DOTTERER, Chm. B.S., Elizabethtown Collegeg Pennsylvania State Univ. Mdlb, Science No fudging the figures, boys! FLORENCE B, UMBERGER B.S., Lebanon Valley College Mrzlhwmzlirx I3 PAUL K. HUNSECKER J. LORELL PRICE ROBERT J. TRIMBLE RONA T. WILEY AB., Franklin and Marshall AB., Elizabethtown College, A.B., Elizabethtown College, A-B., W2YH6Sburg College College Penn State M.A., Temple Univ. HjIf0Vjf Hillary, lVorld Hiflory Hiyzgry Problem! of Demvrmcy DANIEL A. HOOPERT, Chm. 'A.B., Elizabethtown Collegeg M.S. in Educ., Temple Univ. Problem: of Democracy gfcktfofuy - 74a peut, Puaent ind ?atufze Uf Om From the Neanderthal man to "Should the United Nations 'seat' Red China?" our social studies department introduced us to the past, gave us an understanding of the present, and helped us to anticipate the future. At first, studying ancient wars, colonial treaties, and the depression years' economic failures seemed a waste of time. However, the pattern slowly formed to act as a guide for a more complete understanding of our present difficulties. It was in our senior year's problems of democracy course that we were able to very realistically correlate all that we had learned in previous years using it to teach us better citizenship and the art of getting along in our modern world. -w-iv, NAOMI R. ZIEGLER JAMES H. ZIOGAS U H A.B., Elizabethtown College A.B., Franklin and Marshall X marks the SPO? Social Studie! College I4 Social Sludier ELSIE G. CARE Nllmber, please? BS., Elizabethtown Collegeg M.A., Temple Univ. Burizzeu Edzzmtiwz 7gpdq, 5 , 2144431444 Soi 74l494f 76: 7060 74 getffkdd Through the doors of our business education rooms walked future stenogra- phers, secretaries, accountants and executives. Here the basic foundations for suc- cess in the business world were laid. "Sixty words a minute! I'll never be able to make it!', we exclaimed and complained as we were beginning shorthand and typing. But practice finally made perfect and speedy our writing, as well as our transcribing. In bookkeeping, we learned the value of the lonely pennyg in math, we wrestled with discounts and markupsg and in operating business machines, we acknowledged that patience was a needed virtue. Through a trial school-work arrangement quite a few members of this de- partment have been given permanent employment by the close of school. WH-I-IAM T' FRANTZ, Chm B.S., Albright College Burinerf Edumlion WS??21? MARION C. GARMAN B.S., University of Mississippi None of them are short-handed! Bllfiwif Edllwfiwf I5 f J MARLIN G. HENNINGER, JR. B.S., Pennsylvania State Univ. Agriruliure ff ' ,,f5,da6looze0f0wz7Z4Z42w Providing the basic instruction to cope with the general farm problems is the main purpose of our Agriculture Dept. However, along with this "know how" is developed an enthusiastic spirit of inquiry for going into the more specific phases of doing a good job better. Activity here is strenuous but rewarding. Duane' Edacateba Offence! 'Walaalle '7 ' 14nd Fuente "Slow down, Slow down!" Those two words were synonymous with drivers' training. No other class at E-town High afforded so many narrow escapes with so much fun and seriousness at the same time. For all its trying moments, we benefited greatly from this expert training before we took our actual tests to get our licenses. It gave us confidence, poise and an understanding of the car's PAUL W. GOSS, JR. B.S., Lock Haven State College Driven Eduration, Hiflory I6 mechanics just at the time we were the most receptive for it to do us the most good. Information seekers at E-town High 'Me .llhaaq - ,4 Waum 'Qu Stud-7, 70: felaxatahn Perhaps you were seeking knowledge or searching for adventure? In either case, our library facilities were at your disposal to help you accomplish your need. It provided opportunities unlimited, with cheerful assistance, for both faculty and students. D Education A keen understanding set to the pace of a challenging situation characterizes the tempo and type instruction available in Special Education. Accomplishment with a purpose, satisfaction from effort made, and plain fun go hand in hand as this group works together. MIRIAM R. MENGEL B.S., Lebanon Valley Collegeg Akron Univ.g Drexel Instituteg M.A., New York Univ. Libmrian Dabblers in the arts. A. RUTH GISE Millersville Collegeg A.B., Univ of Pennsylvania Developmental Edumtion I7 ELIZABETH A. DONMOYER BARBARA A. HEISTAND Chin. BS., Indiana State College A stitch in time saves nine. BS.. Maryland College Hffme EL'01IU?7IfL'.v' Home Efofzamiw game Z ' 7 I ' p , 704 7 "Yum, Yum!" Those tantalizing odors that came from the home economics cooking classes made many of us wish that we could take part in the eating of the products produced there. However, just as important as the tasting was the planning and the preparation involved with the cooking class' learning experience. Another phase of the home economics activity which also provides learning that could be put to immediate us was the training received in the sewing classes. Each spring the girls' efforts were rewarded by admiring glances from their audience at the Mother- Daughter style show and tea. 7-zdaaazeal,-4-:u2wld42zugaz?udamf4a 706-a4lU!6d70Zf467l6 7:1064 Ample shop space and complete facilities gave added inspiration to the thorough instruction received in the wood work, metal work, blueprinting, repairing, machinery and electricity. Students in all phases of the manual training classes found that emphasis was on vocational and hobby use of the skills acquired. Many of us, because of this llIdIlJ'f1'f!Ilfl1'I,f early, effective training, will seek employment in industry directly after graduation, or from this guidance will continue our training in technical schools. WILLIAM H. WERTZ, Chm. B.S.. University of Maryland W DORSEY E. ENCK STEXVART A. SHOEINIAKER BS.. Millerville State College BS.. Millersville State College Have a hammer, nail. and a hunk of wood. I fzdlzffrifzl Arif Izzdzzrffml Am' I8 MEREDITH GERMER NOAH M. KLAUSS, Chm. Futufe 35535 fo Ouf Offheyfa- B.S., Lebanon Valley Collegeg Harrisburg Conservatory of Temple Univ. WD ZDweapedfi'e4z4e:aa7!alae4'7477taaef-4 "Take it from the second strainf instructed Mr. Klauss, as time and again repetition of a few particular measures would be necessary to develop perfection. Not just the technique for precision, control, and ability to play in a group was emphasized, but the theory of music was also carefully studied. A person must have good pitch and clear direction while singing. Mr. Millard could be heard in his vocal music classes urging his students to "Open your mouths wide so the sound can come out clearly!" Vocal exercises and music appreciation were made to give all students interested the most they could get from this instruction. ,-hz D 5 Oazwvwl Summa Of Vnwazd ?edcu9 For students who enjoyed exploring areas different from regular class work, our art department gave an opportunity for active participation in a field of beauty and pleas- ure. All who applied themselves and gave vent to their creativeness were rewarded with the satisfaction of a finished product. Students discovered that they and their classmates were not "just making pictures"g but were developing examples of beauty. This activity laid a good foundation for future leisure time. Musicg Elizabethtown College Inrlrumenzul Munir CHARLES L. MILLARD, Chm. West Chester State College, B.S.g M.A.g Westminster Choir Col-, lege Vocal Muff: NED O. WERT HELEN JANE SHEELY, Chm. Dreams of a winter wonderland! BS, Indiana State College B.A., Pennsylvania State Univ.g Art BS, Kutztown State College Ar! I9 MRS. JANE H. HOOVER, Chm, MISS LEONA M. RHENISH B.S., West Chester State College B.S., Lock Haven State College Pennsylvania State University Health, Phyriml Education Health, Phyxiral Edumtion Plague! Zaman ,-faux '74 21401 Smeg 24144, Www 7154444 The physical education program achieved the above by concentration in all fields of recreational and athletic activity. Relaxing nerves, strengthening muscles and developing skills were more specific by-products of the extensive curriculum. Health classes emphasized the systems of the body and its functions, the dangers of drugs and alcohols, first aid, the teenage personality and basic health principles. Thus the student acquired a full knowledge of his body and the ways to keep it healthy. RICHARD D. MILLER RICHARD W. WOLF B.S., West Chester State College B.S., West Chester State College Yes, fl-mfg the nose, Teri-ill! Health, Phyximl Edumtion Health, Phyriml Education 20 MW DR. C. STUART SMITH DOROTHY S. BAKER DR. LUTHER FETTER The health of E. A. H. S. students was in the well-trained hands of Dr. C. Stuart Smith, physiciang and our 5 dentists. Their busy as- sistants Were Mrs. Douglass and Mrs. Groff. Mrs. Baker, our friend and nurse for fif- teen years, was on daily duty, "just around the corner" looking after our general wel- fare. From a consoling word to anything just short of a Drfs official treatment, Mrs. Baker could always be counted on for help. DR. JOHN LEBO DR. WILLIAM MOORE DR. RALPH PARRETT DR. RALPH WEIRICH NORMAN E. DIEHL .v Q 1 Q Sensing the pulse . . . anticipating areas of concern increasingly complex . . . enlarging administrative responsibilities are discharged imperceptibly . . . ef- ficiently, with an intriguing ease that facilitates the promulgation of a transitionally correlated . . . total school program. M. RICHARD WARDEN 5 ,og xyyk A KENNETH GROSH I E :Z on v ! 7 Y I I I "Do you feel self conscious because your ears are too big?', . . . "Do you chew your fingernails?" Such were the questions likely to be included in the mental health test. which was just one,of many we took under the direction of our guidance department. Their job, involving great responsibilities, included administering guidance, giving tests to determine the career for which a student was best suited and helping all pupils to be better citizens in our school society. The PARENT-TEACHER conferences scheduled in an informal but effective way during periodic open-house nights were mutually ap- preciated. SARA E, STEELMAN I W M1-,ir , 1 -f ff, ,rsirfft . , Qgggggggggggifha,aQ:1mssiLSi3gsr1,,.'ffff-T"1iv7fr:53 ggwf- V , Jf1vvmg,1w.:,. f, f , , ef ' ,--,,:, ,,-.,,. ,,,rgs., h,,L.,lL.,.,, W ,--,-Q, is-1 f-f. M-v,A N , . V . ., ,E . . ,. W I:.,V F X, WL' W ft -M Gwen Kretsinger, jane Hoover, Marian Raffensperger, Madeline Robinson Anna Ruth Hess, Office Mrzzmger ' 5 14,731.5 ' 7:4 good Undo: Right inside the main entrance of our high school building, to the right, is the nerve center of our complete school system. Here are the guardians of the files, the checkers of absentee lists, the typists, compilers ol' announcements, recorders of grades, etofall, "busy, busy, busy" to perform their duty to perfection. jean Kishbaugh, Ann Brubaker ' acted ffad Wed-2 ' Wwe 01,4 ' vt ofa K' Staff The cooking department had octangular troubles for it served eight different noon lunch periods. The food had to be nutritious and tasty to satisfy all those hungry BEARS from the petite to the very rugged. Under the able direc- tion of Mrs. Abe Forney, we had a complete meal for thirty cents, even when it was one of those delicious tur- key dinners preceding the holidays. Mary Myers, Anna. Martha Wolgemuth, june Hostetter, Alice Wfeaver. Hulda Forney, Hd. of Staffg Alida Horning. .ff YJ Ernest Bartels 'H Verna Heisey, Mary Myers, Alida Horning, Mae Gisli, Tillie Hoover, jean Wfithets, Terry Snyder, Dorothy Heisey. 25 an ' Francis Gladfelter, Gustov Koth, Charles Mertz, David Shank, john Roland-head, Simon Heisey, Robert Myers, Raymond Clark, Abram Snyder. The competent custodians on our janitorial staff kept our school neat, clean and properly functioning as they'd sweep the halls, clean blackboards, dust, chase cobwebs, mow the grass, shovel snow and serve as carpenters, painters or plumbers. The results of their labor made us proud of E.A.H.S. 066226642 ' john Gibble, Robert Hostetter, John Eshleman, Robert Gantz, Herman Aldinger, Clarence Heistand, Benjamin Boltz, Fred Shoop, H. B. johnson. Driving expertly through the deep snows of this past winter, our bus drivers always arrived safely with their student riders. Their friendly manners from the moment the students entered 'til the time they left the bus have helped us start each clay off right. - I ,-A, f 3' xx j x N 5 xg, , E15 My 5' me dl VNU! 4.41 4 ...- -...vm M., 'KI'.T""' 'noon-'W' 38 775454,- LINDA KAYLOR "If we accept God as our guide, He'll be our guardf' Sang Here's a farewell song for the class of sixty-one, Let us sing it now in praise of E-town High, Fond our memlries are of the days that we have spent In the classrooms of our School. The knowledge we have gained in these twelve years Will light the way for us in time ahead, We l and fond good-byes As we face the future years. eave school life with regrets Zfawadou CAROL CARMICHAEL White Gardenia Baby Blue and Black KATHY HELM GLORIA SIKORSKI W i Cgcncoi , 1.bL1tcLc1l,u. Qt rum 'U-l Qaeu QQLJXN Q95 MWQWWDQWMU ,Kim 1, W W1 J . M 633 , UJudY' , l V f fr Commercial " ' is to befalgoo 1 'c H ofker . . . active in church alwaf se "So I eak 1 eell ." ,f Tj! F.B.L. 1 f - 1-Hi-Y 5. i mat fl X do CL. Ju,LiJi.. US -JANE kg -'V . . JV it L' 331 HJ-CPG CJQJ-5'k,93J,J J.. C,5,iY.,x.,r,g,4 'V It . 1 - 1 LQ,,m1,am.f'Y 1x,t.iQ..t-.lzmfw . , 1. qc i'kQCk"Q.-QZJJQOJ. A . . 13 , , CS.l'. J5i.:.,,an,5Ig,.. 1 'Lkvcnw Q3 -- Calm Can-xi 11i,S1,cJ1..xd..a 1 ly ou-- 't.:'w-..g1,,U4 2.1 ct.. u3..w.gpoei1N.R. BARNES , , , , 130 N. Poplar St. Aux' L' kguvwji "John" Induftriizl Am Coin enthusiast . . . plans to make use of Gu- tenberg's invention . . . expert trapper. "In every rank both great and Jmall, il ir indiu- iry tim! rupportx ur all." Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 1. 30 J . CLIFFORD A. BARR 123 W. Hummelstown St. "Cliff" Diligent worker at Paxtonls . . . loves a good game of chess . . . livens up any class. "Wit if the mit and pepper of C07Z1!E1'.Mli07Z.U Hi-Y 1, Chess Club 1, 2, 3, 4. SARA JANE BAKER 35 Willow Street "Sara jane" Arizdem Cheers our teams with lots of steam . . . hopes to be a lady in white . . . nightly pinups? . . . not Sara jane! "A mation and iz spirit that impelrf' Student Council 3, 4, Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheer- leading 1, 2, 3, Captain 4, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, Canteen Council 1, 2, 3, Pres. 4g F.N.A. 3, 4, Knitting 2, Dramatics 3, Yearbook 4. Academia l f i s 1 1 1 E f X Z X 1 S ROBERT L. BENTZEL 315 N. Market St. "Louie" Academic Yogi's proud owner . . . one of Gibby's gang . . . jams traf- fic on Locust Street. "Off azgin, on fzgifz, gone fzgifzf' Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Gym Club 2, 4, Home Ec Club 4. ARLENE BERRIER Route 3 Krleneu Commercial Our 1960 Miss Elizabethtown . . . member of the Pennsy Trail Riders . . . aspirations are "sky" high. "Y0z1fb cally for plearzzref' Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, F.B.L.A. 3, 4, Drama Club 3. ROBERT H. BEST 38 Orange St. "Bob" Academir All round athlete . . . will put his muscles to use in physical education . . . good looking. "Happy am I, from fare I"m freeg why aren'l they all cozziefzfed like me?" Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Class Play, Foot- ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2 ,3g Baseball 1, 2g Track 3, 4, Varsity Club 4, Canteen Council 3g Key Club 3, 4, Hi-Y 1, 2. RUTH A. BLOCKER 136 E. Washington St. "Ruthie" Amdemir Welcome addition from Northern Lebanon . . . friendly smile for one and all . . . domestically inclined. H "A merry laeart 77Zdk6fl9 az cheerful mzuzfefmfzce, Majorette 1, 2 fHersheyjg Booster 1 Qlflersheyjg F.H.A. 3, 4 CNorthern Lebanonjg F.N.A. 3 CNorthern Lebanonj. 3I MARVIN S. BOYER Rheems "Marv" Academic Tall, dark, and handsome . . . toots a hot horn . . . what would Rheems be without B0yer's and Marvin. "The only way to have a friend if to be one." Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Harrisburg Youth Sym- phony 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, jr. Class Play, Sr. Class Play, Track 3, 4, Hi-Y 1, Yearbook Business Manager 4. FRED E. BOYLAN 315 Hillside Ave. "Fred" Ataderni Distinctly Southern . . . wild yellow convert- ible . . . as a Math major in college, helll solve the problems of the world. "It if the rare fortune of these day! that a man may tlaink what he likef and Jay what he tloinkrf' Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Or- chestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Sr. Class Play, Current Af- fairs Club 4, Chess Club 1, 2, 3, 4. LARRY L. BRANDT Route 3 Larryn Vocational Agriculture A welcomed newcomer from "Chocolate Townu. . . outdoor type . . . future food pro- ducer as a future tiller of the soil. . "They that row in ferrite Jhall reap in joy." 'Q F.F.A. 1, 2, 3 CHersheyj, 4. RACHEL M. BRUBAKER Route 3 "Rachel" Academit Radiates sincerity from the heart, true disciple of the Master . . . sure to succeed in life. "It if never laard to measure up to life'r text when you make it a point to me the Golden Rule." Mixed Chorus 4, Library Staff 1, Knitting Club 1, Eti- quette Club 3. . 32 Washington St. ' n 7 Academir: 3 P ROBE BRUBAKER Us 0 ' ir G la . . s the intellectual look,. . . amiable future lies in ss world. A "A f e ' in whore company we are happy." WK! gaiid gil 3, 4, Orchestra 3, 4, jr. Play, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3. JAMES E. CARL Route 3 Jim" I ndzmfrial Arn Up he goes into the "Wild blue yonder" . . willingly gives his time to work for A. . . looks forward to the first day of hunting sea- S0l'1. Hlnduflry if the raid of huriherr and the hey stone of prosperity," Baseball 3, Meteorology Club 3g Hi-Y 1, Z, 3 ciova, A141 ff!"-f. J. CAROL L. CARMICHAEL 703 S. Spruce St. "Carol" Academic Her blue eyes and blonde hair make an .at- tractive combination . . . counts scouting among her chief interests . . . will learn nurs- ing techniques at Harrisburg Polyclinic Hos- pital. "The higher! gra 65 of muric flow from a nohle heart." Band Escort 1 2, 3, 4g Girls Chorus 1, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, ' xtet 1, 2, 3, 4g Ir. Play? Sf' F.N.A , T '-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4. 4 D 5, - B. Cty SKADON , s N' , 'F and Ave. .. I i 9 . gdl' . Q Arademzr cesyes I onor pu h tic and scholastic . . . ladies' man . ill my ,P as pl at.. 1 if J 1 g t 4 f to lhinh, n hinhirzg har taught him 17 A' t lu la B w, 2, , 5 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, V 'n 5 Q , 4g Treas 3, 45 Jr. Play, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, a 6' l 1 , 3, 45 Track 35 Hi-Y 1, Pres., Key Club 2, 4g 1 . 2, 3, 45 Engineering Club 3, 45 Mu Alpha Theta 3, ' , Canteen Council 3, 4s Sec. 4. 33 MARY ANN COBLE 152 S. Poplar St. "Mary Ann" Elaine is her constant companion . . . delights in the out-of-doors . . . future undecided, but sees herself as a housewife eventually. "A pleayam word liglatem even llye plzzllest 7?10IlZ6'7IfI.U ' Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3g F.B.L.A. 2. l l l "Bill" l I Will travel far to attend a square dance . . . Williams Chevro- y let sees a lot of Bill! . . . makes a pleasant companion. "It if not bow much we leave, but how much we enjoy, that makes laappifzerff' 34 flea! WW U 75,0 . JANE CHARLES di L Q C ommerrial . . . brings out the best in the smajoret . bert JXOIIIUE go! 0da 5 e :ka belief tomorrow." v Band Front 1, 2, 3, 4, i-Hi-Y 1 , . .A. 2, Yearbook Staff 4. WILLIS G. CHRIST Route 3 "Wil" Academi An able sportsman . . . endowed with a more than adequate of intellect . . . the field of elec- tronics holds his future. "In the batlle for mcreir, ability if the pamhg aclaptabilily if the necessary clever footworkf' Chess Club 3, Home Ec. 4. C ommereial WILLIAM E. DAVIS Route 1, Bainbridge Ifzdurnial Arlx MARVIN M. De ARMITT Rheems "Marv" Helps to quench fires in the Rheems district . . . Tropical Treat is his home away from home . . . sports comprise leisure time activities. "Give me the Jpleizdid .rileizt Jim with all hir heavily fall- dazzling." Hi-Y 1, Chess Club 2. SUZANNE M. DEITRICH 328 Orange St. Suzy" Aeademii' "Don't move, I want to take your picture" . . . Winsome . . . her aspirations to become a teach- er lead to Elizabethtown College. "Golden hair like Jznzlight .fll'?61771l7Zg.U Chorus 1, Pres., jr. Playg Sr. Play, journalism 2, 3, 4, Co-Sports Ed 4, Librarian 1, 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Treas. 4, Dramatics Club 3, Yearbook 4. "Doris" F.H.A. 1, 2, General Q-aria K -Sc: of f - gfwe o-J' :Ur WILMER D. DUPES Route 5 "Pupsie" Afademic One of the famed Shynasl-:ies . . . gymnast of merit . . . works hard at everything he un- dertakes . . . HF07'lZl7Z6 aids the hraifef' Jr. Play, Sr. Play, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 1, 2, 5, 4, Hi-Y 1, 2, Gym Club 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 3, 45 Home Ec. 45 Yearbook 4. DORIS M. EBERSOLE Route 3 Commercial Not verbose . . . after her diploma comes a job as a secre- tary . . . music brings her pleasure. "Firm aizd worthy priizeipler make a helfez' life." 3, 4. 35 OJ NDF' WILLIAM A. EMBRY 50 N. Market St. "Bill" Araeleinic Enjoys sports of the outdoor variety . . . junior Achievement devotee . . . will continue his education at Lebanon Valley College with the study of industrial chemistry. "Common xenye ir the hnach of Jeeing thingy ax they are and doing thingy af lhey ought lo he done." Football 1, 4g Baseball 2, Chess Club 2, 3, Hi-Y 3, 4, Intra- murals 4, Home Ec. 4. ELAINE ESHLEMAN 152 N. Maple sr. "Esh', Commercia A bright and dependable commercial student . . . pinches her pennies for records . . . wed- ding bells will soon be ringing for Les and Esh. "True humor Jpringf not from the head hat from zhe heart," Chorus 3g Band 15 F.B.L.A. 2g Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 35 Intramurals 4g Yearbook 4. l JAMES M. EVANS l 42 Elm Street QXQ U- K ' i Miken I Academic JwiXJQv J Left sunny California for wintry Pennsyl- if CL vania . . . all around fellow . . . already prac- Qs' ABI, ticing his future in the sky. , ,QW-V Nc "Fame ix a vapor, popularity an afcident, "' ' l , J , rifher tahe wingf . . . only one thing enalzzrei Qjxtvfkw gf gkrxwj and that if rharacter-." ,wa Quia St d nt Council 1, 25 QSan Bernadino 3, SNS A '-'Q' Qlgsjnhower H.S.j, Advisory CounC11 3, fEHSjg Boys Forum 2, 5 CSBHSJZ Statesman Club 2 CSBHSQ Sr. Play, Chorus 1, 2, QSBI-ISD, 4- Football 2, 3, CEHSD9 Track 2, 3 CEHSDS y Swimming 2, 3 QEHSjg Goli 2 QSBHSD, 3 QEHS5, Wrestling 4, Blvioc 2, 3 QEHSJ, Gym Club 4. JEAN L. EACKLER 416 E. High St. ' "Smilie" Commercial Precise Secretary at Empire Show Company . . . Jack dreams of Jeanie with the clark brown hair . . . Capable church work- "Cheerfzzlnel'5 rmilel to the lan." Chorus 1, 2, 3g Library 1, 2, 3, 45 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3g F.B.L.A. 2 3 Yearbook 4. !,f,fg:?'i'5.E'Q?r1. j rf nz- -f:f2:'a1:aws' ' 1' i"t 4' 36 Ag .J ia, .oflibiigh A KENNETH E. EANUS -fKen,, Anchors away, here comes Ken . . . lean and lanky . . . wel- comes the call of the outdoors. "Not edumtiofz, but rhamcter, ir mmzbf greater! need and mmf! greater! rfzfegzmwlf' fx xr- . my 4 ' Q ng I , 'S 'M--WILLIAM R. EIKE 'V K. K .2C545'1dBgK,Sf1:V 'Bill" K' ' E Academic i Fascihated by the woirldxof chemistry N. K x subtle sense ofjumor . demohsgatesxlziis , high honor and estfeem lnkBoy Scouting. A N-4,1 "P0liz'e1zeJJ ik Ng00d,lZLZfZlI'6 reglllalejxby gbod M J'872.f6.H Q Key Club 3, 4, Chorus 3, 4g Eootball lg Track 2, 3, 4g Chess 1, 2g Mechanical Drawing 2g . Engineering 4, Chemistry Club 4, Cmeff Route 1 Indzzrtrial Arif .fm . i x V 1 N. RUTH A. FLOYD 403 N. Locust St. "Ruthie" Comm errial Her flashing smile can win anyone's friendship . . . Sandy's partner in crime . . . a striking ad- dition to any business office. "Wbefz 41 girl rearey to blurb, :he har loft ihe mort powerful rlmrm of her beauty." Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3g Knitting 23 Intramurals 4. r J We 1 1 if my 3 3 . QV ry" ' b ffgjyw Academic !7j . Chjfissu r n . . . his future is in 3 the - "Il if ' e e that mak tongue." Hi-Y 1, 2, 4, Astronomy 53 Chess 4. 37 GLENN R. FUNK Route 2, Mt. joy "Glenn" Arailemic Will be able to repair IBM machines after attending Thomp- son Institute College . . . one of the Shynaskies brothers . . . outstanding in athletics. "A youth of labor, an nge of eizfeff Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 4, Varsity Club 4, Home Ec. 3. ,Ji RUTH E. GEBHARD M131 ' Mil! fp' ROl1fC 3 fp f - I "Ruthie" Amdemi Jlxjw It Jf Is going to plan for a vocation in Research W ip? at Susquehanna University . . . burns midnight f' J A f oil as editor of the Blue mid White . . . one of MJ 6 gf' the six bound for California. AJ if I X V "He who walk: .fl90llld6l' to .rhoulder with ile- termination Jeldom meets failure." Band 2, 3, 4, jr. Play, journalism 2, 3, 4, Ed. - in Chief 4, Hockey 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 4, '3'lLJ5 5" ull Knitting 1, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Engineering Club MIA' Mft' 3, 4, Sec. 4, Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4, Sec. 4, ' A Dramatics 3, F.T.A. 4, Yearbook 4. PAUL E. GEIMAN 49 0-BJ Route 2 f HSOUH Shop I Shows his creativeness in shop . . . plans to broaden his knowledge of diesel motors . . . collects models ftrains and cars, that isj. "liz Jimple mamzer, the ferret lieJ." JUDY ANN GIBBLE Route 3 "Judy" Arademit Accomplished pianist and organist . . . future Clara Barton . . . enjoys her home in the country. "U7ZJllfldf7Z66ll thozightf Jeldom dream evil." F.H.A. 3, 4, Intramurals 4. 3 8 ' ELAINE GISH Route 1 "Elaine" Active member of Youth for Chrirt . . . Bound to be an ex- cellent school "marm" . . . a scholarly student . . . Creator of many unique poems. "We need greater zfirtuer to Jurtain good will than fortune." VICKI ANNE GOBRECHT 708 S. Locust St. Vicki" Academic just give Vicki a sewing machine and away she sews . . . Neat . . . known for her jokes . . . headed for jefferson Medical College to be- come a Top Rated Registered Nurse. "Many thingy rhange with the timer, hut femi- ninity if alwayr in .rtyle." Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 4, Canteen Coun- cil AZ, Knitting Club 2, Library 1, 2, 3, 4, F.N.A. 3, 4, Etiquette Club 33 Yearbook 4. .1-Hmm Academic CHRISTINE M. GOOD 516 Park St. "Chrissy" Academic Small, but loaded with energy . . . always ready for some fun . . . what's, your locker combination, Chris? . . . anxiously looking for- ward to her career as a dental assistant. "It ir good to he merry and gay." Band Front 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Dis- trict Orchestra 4, Girls Chorus 1, Library 15 Dramatics Club 33 Shop Club 4, F.N.A. 2, 33 Art Club 2. JAMES R. Gooo Route 1 General Avid sports participant . . . Oh, those eyes of his!! . . .bound for the service after graduation. "Delight and liberty, my Jingle creed." Varsity Club 4, Intramurals 4. 39 l . , .AJ H' A I ,I '. r nm I Iv' I ' I I 4 if ' I 3O1V2 W. Bainbridge St. oe, , Has mastered the field of poetry . . . small and quiet . . . possesses a head of curly hair . . . ambition-become an officer in the Merchant Marine. "A peel mlm .rerrfe lair Own age to he ezer wifh jm.flerily," Art Club 4. BARBARA ANN GOTTRY ,75,eg?,Z4 Summit and Hanover St. "Bobbie" Comme rin! 9 7' One who is often seen, as well as heard . . . owner of a famous seen without Melinda. ,J If 11:-1 i I 1 . I 1 Y K . i , ,I fl ' ' 1.4 1. JOSEPH T. GROFF Arademif GLORIA I GUTSHALL Route 1 Gloria Short and cute sparkling brown eyes with hair to match aspires to be a clerk typist Small nz Jlezlwe bu! bzg nz hem! Tri H1 Y 1 Shop Club 3 "giggle" . . . collector of animals-stuffed, that is , . . seldom I "A good laugh lefzgtleem life." A Chorus 1, 4g journalism 15 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Speech 1, PATRICIA ANN GREIDER 325 E. Willow St. at" Academia Capably heads the photography staff of the Elizabethan . . . displays much talent in ar- ranging flowers . . . it's off to college for Pat in the fall. "In quiet and mfzfidezzre fha!! be your Jlrefzgfhf' Tennis 3, 4, Varsity Club 3, 43 Tri-Hi-Y 2, Knitting Club 2g Intramurals 3, Girls Shop 3, Art Club 4, Dramatics Club 3, Ir. Journal- ism 2, Yearbook, Photography Ed. 4. i Comma cm! rr - , - - 1 vf . . 40 me A n. -f' :Ez'."-,jx ' ,. C np! .f .-9,10 f .lf .V ' X PM rx, 'Khalil 3 ff! ...Flip .n .V ' Ax , Z, . jQARAf'L. HA1N,.,i.P't xc :EIFJ 'mmf bfjy. Pa- AI Rgute 3 gp? M ,I -' m'QS'ally' jf' ,fill ,lil Cp XX Academic ' Nl-il 5 ossesxgthelxlcutest dimples arogihd . adds to any gath- M? ' ,gjlfgeirgngt ith. a wit! ' jolief. 5 .' hef talenl is displayed in paint- , 7,1 V, -Aff iahgr. . .wfnimaxlilllo jill' 'J ,VJ A' f,.l"Uiz,r5lfiib'Qgbld izogle ar,Li01i?:are mdimzt pa ey in llae book of l l V, 'ffi M Al . f V g ily' XQJHD lil" Girls!-Bhor gsflg Mixed Chorus 4g jr. Class Playg Sr. Class L J' U15 wry joultgalism 4g Intramurals 33 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, fl- ,of ,,- fleas. ,pg Art Club zg 11.T.A. 2, fs, 4g Etiquette Club 5, '-gl ff" A Pres. Shop Club 3g Bowling Club 3g Engineering Club 4g dill' ' rjlKcMu iilpha Theta 4g German Club 4. , i tt S nf ,xg.,,. Cx KA, up ill Nl r1Ken,1 One of the printers of our class . . . enjoys fixingf?j cars in his spare time . . . anyone for fishing, Ken? . . . tall and quiet. "Skill I0 do comef of iloiizgf' 19" l I K, of l ,dvi M3 KENNETH E. HAINES Imlmtifial Arty HELEN E. HEIGEL 123 N. Spruce St. "Helen" Academic Quiet until you get to know her . . . swimming , if ,JL 'Etsy pp BVI! I V Jap nl Nm? ' 0 W and reading rate high on her list of hobbies a X . . tx , , WJ . . . enjoys elective shop classes. V P9 "Life if not a rigid bzuineyf of being, but iz of Ji Tlx, tfi'V.7v ,J ' Av lively prefers of becoming." C! 09 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2g Shop Club 3, 45 Dramatics Club 35 Yearbook Staff 4. JOHN E. HEISEY Route 1 "Ed" Iizdzutrial Arts His witty personality adds spice to our class . . . plans to serve Uncle Sam in the air . . . spends much time in the shop. "A liglat heart liver l0fzge5t." Hi-Y 3g Meteorology Club 3. 4I ,. JAMES H. Hrss my, A quiet member of our class . . . enjoys base- ball and hunting . . . plans on owning a farm in the near future. "Let ur never forget that cultivation of the earth if the Chess Club 2. UI-0i5H C ommerfial 42 guise- wggp we we O- X OMS n ' QD sf'NXs,5i0rAi1Lc3Srg5QJ'EgHE1sEY heems QEESPSUQH - 'dx Academir s he "notes" . . . greatest achievement-YMCA World Conference in Europe . . . our live "Goldilocks." "Only ay we use our ingenuity and energief to give happi- nefr to otherf, may we achieve happinefr our.felveJ." Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, District Orchestra 33 County Orchestra 4, Harrisburg Youth Symphony 1, 4, Girls Chorus 1, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Girls Sextet 1, 2, 3, 4, jr. Play, Sr. Play, Hockey Mgr. 3, 4, Varsity Club 4, Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, S. District, Pres. 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Engineering Club 3, 4, Yearbook Literary Staff Ed. 4. KATHRYN A. HELM "Kathy" Academi One of our high-stepping color guards . . . active in Church affairs . . . tall, and refined . . . future nurse. "What Jweet delight quiet life affordrf' Orchestra 2, 3, 4, County Orchestra 4, Band Front 3, 4, jr. Play, Sr. Play, journalism 2, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, Library 1, 2, 3, Dramatics Club 3, F.N.A. 3, 4, F.T.A. 4, Yearbook 4. Route 2 Commercial mort important lahor of man." LOIS E. HESS Route 2 Efficient typist of our class . . . sewing and crocheting rate high as favorite pastimes . . . prejudiced to farm life. "Modef'ation giver charm to life." Girl's Chorus 1, Mixed Chorus 2, F.H.A., Pres. 4. li "Sally" Cool, calm, and collected . . . reading and bowling are first on her list of hobbies . . . came to E-Town from Carbondale, Penna. "Serene, with ilrefwzx mul fair felicilierf' Chorus 15 Science Club 1, Latin Club 15 QCarbondale, Pa.j Tri-Hi-Y 3. SANDRA L. HIXON Route 1, Bainbridge Sandy" Commercial One of our short, peppy seniors . . . hunting rates high for sports . . . future secretary . . . Yearbook. "Energy with iizitiatizfe-accomplirhmeizt with mtirfactioizf' Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2g Girl's Elec. Shop 35 F.B.L.A. 2g Drama Club 3. . Y' . ,A '. . X .0 1 A 'AX Jil V 1 "I X :rl 4 x I K lfi' l A' l il. ,IA h L -V .M 2 .1 A " i 'l Xi i X51 . ' a , . , u ' V' .X 1 3 4 tl.. ,Ik L' fl C 4 ... , 1, u ., SALLY A. HILLER 504V2 E. High St. Academic L. PAMELA HOLLENBACH 231 N. Locust St. "Pam" Commercial The pixie of our class . . . displays a chic wardrobe . . . travel around the world, her dream, and enrolling at Thompsons Institute, a reality. "Not too short, not too tall, iz little quiet and lihecl by all." Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2g F.B.L.A. 2, Chess Club 1, Bowling Club 3. ' 7 'W i rirr PATRICIA J HOLLING R Terrific captain of our majorettes . . . her addition of sweet- "Pattie" Academic If AM! ness and talent in music has strengthened our class . . . Mil- 1 lersville will be gaining her next year. "A little hotly ofteiz harhorf 4 great foul." Majorettes 1, 2, 3, 45 Capt. 4g Girls' Chorus 1, Orch. 1, 2, 3, 4g County Orch. 4, Harrisburg Youth Symp. 43 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Sextet 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2g F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Girl's Intr. 3g German Club 4, Yearbook 4. 43 "Mary Anne" ,vp . C,D,m3yS,twQ lyjbqt fy, fr A it fi fm .K ffl! , ll L11 I ff' , ' if , ffl, 1 , 6. ig' Al, HN , 3 , . i e ' i fir' f -ref!! 1.41 , ll. fl V, sly Mrltf 1 Nfl, , 1 +I ,itil ll 4 ga' - ' J i T fi ,JI i, ,519 if All 1 Q Lf ,LV ' . 5- wb' . AA,-, 'V ,M 5 .1 gl 'R tt l r . " AC ,,. SANDRA L. HOSSLER 103 N. Hanover St. Sandy" Commercial Busily shelves books in the public library . . . reading occupies her leisure time . . . a sunny path leads to her future. "Gerztle1zeJ5 anal warmth are life'r mort ualu- able a.fJetJ." Library 15 Tri-Hi-Y 1. x KENNETH E. HUMMER Route 3 1-Kean The farm is his domain . . . give him the slow, quiet mode of life, and he will be happy . the ufieldsl' of agriculture 1 yearn for our boy, Ken. "He who owm the roll, owm up to the hey." MARY ANNE HORNE 526 S. Market St. Academic A future elementary teacher . . . has a smile for all . . . consci- entious . . . Shippensburg, here I come. "lu ber torzgue if the law of kirza'neJf." Jr. Class Play5 Sr. Class Play5 Journalism 25 Tri-Hi-Y 1, QChambersburgj 2, 3, 45 Knitting Club 25 French Club 35 5 Economics Club 35 Art Club 45 Yearbook 4. , 1 CHARLOTTE A. HORNING Rheems i'Charlotte" Academic Creative in art endeavors . . . academically and scholastically inclined . . . the field of biology will hold her interest in the future. "Arti5tJ work with God, from their hamlet comer the beauty to bleu tbe world." Sextet 1, 2, 3, 45 Class Play 3, 45 Girls Chorus 15 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 45 journalism 45 Intra. 35 F.T.A. 2, 3, 45 Tri-Hi-Y 1, Pres. 2, 3, 45 Mu Alpha Theta 3, 45 Engineering Club 3, 45 German Club 45 Yearbook 4. f7 ,197 1 f.e274f9i?W ,dafafam f 5L25ff'1eeQiQ'M4!'47lf?fl iv, X I I Agriculture 2 Q Z 2 S 2 3 Student Council 1, 2, 35 F.F.A. Sec. 2, Pres. 3, 45 Class Treasurer 3, 4. 44 , , 4 ,. Z l Pk: J S" MELINDA A. JACOBY 615 Highlawn Ave. l'Lindy" Academic Never a dull moment when she's around . . . Fashions her hair into many becoming fashions . . . has traveled extensively. "Ah! you flavor eoerylhing, you are the vanilla of society." Jr. Play, Sr. Play, journalism 3, 4, Club Ed., Tri-Hi-Y 1, 3, 4, Art Club 1, Limestone H.S., Knitting Club 2, Dramatics 2, Central Dauphin H.S., French Club 3, Gym Club 4, Bowling 1, History Club 55 Yearbook 4. x A f'l . , , ,, '- Q 1. 2, . 4 A i.. , 1. 1 ' 7 "' ' f' , i.. 1, yr in . ff ,,,w ,q .. . f . , ,a NANCY M. JOHNSON ,, 1 , . , I ft XJ . if., , Rheems . . "Nancy" Academic ,f 1' A A ,fl E ' i 7 ' 7, ,fl 3 Long flowing locks are her trademark . . . 1 ,Lp if . watch out for those flirtatious eyes! . . . the wifi" I' 'Z---F fi' 1 future is guiding her toward homemaking, jf, ' f f but first college. 4,-'T' ' Y'j!,,,,7 "Talenl is power, tact is skill." ,IV ' , ' lf, " 'lj J 1 'fl' - Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 4, junior Play, K ,A I , if Sr. Play, Dramatics 3g Engineering 4, Mu i,,gf9f3"", E Alpha Theta 4, Gym Club 2, 4, Intramurals " F A ' ' Vgft' 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Chap. 4, Yearbook 4. -' V In Xi-,EL-fl, fefhylww t. 1,1 Liu, f x..-e.fa?fs3-1'4" 4. " , ,w 1' -3 ' e' ful Et ,.j' 1, je H., ,. Ufg, W ' , - I H as iw l, Uvsc, .HOWARD D. JONES -1 ' ' 480 N. spruce st, ,,.,f 1' D, "jonsie" 3 ' .1 'Aiademic Assiduous student . . . the telephone definite1 ly invented for Howard . . . has the stamina and ability necessary to earn his medical degree. "He who walks shoulder lo shoulder wich de- terminalion seldom meets failure." X5 5. QR Class Vice Pres. 35 Student Council 4, Sr. pf' - get Mixed chorus 3, 4, Ji. P1ay,F00tba11 1, Track Yr' V A 5, 4, Basketball 1, 3, varsity Club 5, 4, Mu .ff f Wi V Alpha Beta 3, 4, Stage Crew 2, 3, 4. G. VIRGINIA KAUFFMAN 510 Peace Ave. "Ginny" Commercial A constant companion of "Mil" . . . 70 words per minute places her upon the list of efficient typists . . . anticipating life at Holtwood, after graduation. "A willing helper does no! larry when she is asked." Chorus 1, 2, journalism 4, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Yearbook 4. ..Ken,. teachers get gray li 3.09, GEORGE A. KISHBAUGH 545 E. High St. Osh" Arademie Never in a hurry, but always accomplishes much . . . such as "long" walk to school! . . . will strive at E-town College to become an ac- countant. "He ufallfr with a manly air." Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 4, Treas. 4, Chess 3, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 45 Key Club 3, 4, Sec. 4. RICHARD KOCH 65 Highlawn. Aye. "Dick" Member of the track team . . . collects all the latest discs . . . to become a history teacher is his chief desire. "BluJl1i1zg diflifzgzzirber true virtaef' Student Council 2, Football 1, 2, 3, 4g Basketball 1, Track 3, 4, Varsity Club 4, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, 46 , KENNETH KAYLOR Route 3 . Academic Always equipped with a clever remark . . . the reason why . . . hopes to become an optometrist. "Good times binder not a good person." Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Football 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, Varsity Club 4, Meteorology Club 3. x D l ' .,,LL, xl-f-K LINDA KAYLOR 526 E. Park St. A cool combination of charm and character set to achieve her goals . . . interests lie in the field of psychology, preferably at Penn State . . . bound for California. "A lively spark of fzoblefzefrfi Band Front 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Ir. Play, Sr. Play, Etiquette 3, Harrisburg Youth Symphony 1, 2, County Orch. 1, 2, 35 Intramurals 3, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, F.N.A. 3, 4, Sec. 3, Pres. 4g Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Treas. 2, Wa Pres. 45 Yearbook 4. Academic Key Club 3, 4. "Lind-ai' Academiv Wald .4-'fl Z o t 5 i 5 5 1 'fs' tw! Y 1 f ' f f 1 . 9 -y .A K , b, , . S - Y +P? C . r"' ', .i' j Qofndgalsloss bgf'E-town's gain . . . capable in classroom fs. and sports Xahtivity . . . polished and personable. , ,. ' V. "He if lmrzdwme that lmfzdfome does." fb ll' F V Student Coddlcil 1, 2, 3, 4 QDHSQ, Class Treasurer 2 QDHSQ, .Y p f I X Football 1, 2,' 3, 4 QDHSQ, Baseball 2, 3, CDHSQ 4, Varsity -1 ft. . club 5, 4 QDHSQ, Hi-Y 1, 2 CDHSJ. of 1 . 4 ,t ,, pt JAMES R. KOSER f X fare: . S a 87 Maytown Ave. 4 Indmlrial Arif '50 . Elgijpgll WU Q Wiill-JB' S Academic at is unless he isnt pat ronizin Trop" . . . already in the naval reserves molding his future. A 1 a cue, then's he's ready ro ' . . . ' , ' ' - "AJ his inrlirzatiom lie, Jo good are hir deedJ." Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Intramurals 3. iwdfogatwt l JOHN M. KURTZ QMVN 03-fQi4A1U 248 College Ave. 49,6 "john" Academic ,. Famous for his vivid cartoons . . . where's L, your spittoon? . . . concentrates on numisma- tists and classical music . . . his summer job at add, QANJ B8zG Lumber Co. helps him on his way to becoming an architect. 124 . , "A lillle rzorzferzfe if relished by the wifes! l men." , QLIN Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orch.. 1, 2, 3, 4, Play 3, 4, 4. bi.. Basketball 1, 2, 3, Engineering Club 3, 4, Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4, Art Club 3, Key Club 4, Hi-Y 1, Chap. 3. FRED LANDIS 343 S. Market St. "Sneak" Academic New student at E.A.H.S .... great philatelist . . . aspires to work at Oak Ridge, Tenn., as a nuclear physicist. "Every man if 41 volume, if you know how lo read him." Science Club 3, President QRhea High Schoolj. 47 MILDRED I. LANDIS Route 3 "Mil" Commercial Sports around with Ginny . . . faithful typist of the Blue 8: White . . . ardent worker at Continental Press. "Merit if worthier tlmfz Fame." journalism Typing Staff 4, Intramural 4, Girl's Elective Shop 3, Yearbook 4. CAROL A. LINN 20 Laurel Ave. "Carol" Afademii Oh, that giggle . . . bound to be appreciated by either patients or students . . . destined for California. "Love and lazzghler' mme from within." F.N.A. 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Library Asst. 1, 2, 3, 4, Etiquette 3, Knitting 2, Year- book Business Staff 4. JEFFREY LOSER 352 Snyder Ave Sam" Amdemif Adds spice to any group . . . the William Tell of our class . . . E-town College bound. "Good timer binder not a good life." jr, Class Play, Sr. Class Play, Football 1, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Baseball 3, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Pres. 4, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, Homemak- ing 4, Chess Club 3. JUDY LOVINGER 625 Hampden Road ' 'Judy" Commercial Likes a town just her size . . . Shirley's other half . . . her z sparkling, brown eyes will surely spot every speck of dust "Ba5lafzzlnerJ if an ornament 150 yauzflaf' , Dramatics 3, Shop 3. 48 ' , ,, 7 ,, L ,WWW L 3 i in her future home. 3 LINDA L. LYNCH Bainbridge, Pa. "Linda', Commerrial Smile for everybody . . . Her minutes will be snipped away . . . Will prepare for her future at Harrisburg Beautician School. "The Jtrengilo of rlaeerfulnerf if wondrourf' Pep Club QMiddletown I-I.S.jg Patterson Club 2, 3, CMiddle- townj . NANCY V. MARTIN 231 College Ave. lNance" Academic A real chatterbox . . . "Navy" blue brings out the best in Nancy . . . hopes to enter nurses training. "Merry ar the day if long." Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4g Knitting Club 25 F.N.A. 3, 4, Sec. 4g Foreign Language Club 3. W5 GARY E. MECKLEY Route 1 "Hot Rod" Imiurtrial Arty A senior matman . . . Fascinated by intricate mechanism of motors . . . will soon be flying high. "To be J'fl'01ZgiJ 150 be happy." Football 1, 25 Wrestling 3, 4g Track 2g Varsity Club 3g F.F.A. 1, 2. Amdemic his winters ice-skat- tackles any work with per- Qir frie diy manner." ' . 3 f xblbi 49 RODNEY E. MILLER Rod" Hunting enthusiast . . . hopes to someday own a '59 Pontiac . . . will make good use of the art of printing following graduation. "If a word he worth one shehel, silenre he worth two." 50 "Brenda" Knitting lg F.H.A. 4. Route 2 Industrial Arts DAVID MINICK Bainbridge "Dave" Avid sports fan . . . commutes daily from the tropolis of Bainbridge . . . the future will find him in Navy blue. "No man is happy who does not thinh himself so." Hi-Y 1. BRENDA A. MEYERHOFFER , Route 1 Home Er Her teachers keep her on needles and pins . . . wishes to de- sign clothing . . . will enlighten a home with cheerfulness. "Shyness is the charming ornament of a lady." SHIRLEY MILEY Route 3 "Sam" Arademi Science whiz . . . proved so with her prize- winning cloud chamber in 10th grade . . . handy with a paint brush . . . her high ideals will be maintained at Bible College. "Imagination is the serret reservoir of the rifhes of the human race." Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4g Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4g En- gineering Club Zg Foreign Language Club 3, Sec. 3g Yearbook Art Staff Ed. 4. I ndnstrial Arts thriving me- l ,. .,,.. , i f S X . - . 'Q N ,,, A Q" -,fx :cz U. ,sd ,X as 'J A C G.. A 'Q to A .- Qs' ,r ,- j , 1' DAVID A. MOYER X X, X A 5' sl! 221 S. Market St. 5 ,lc A ?Dave" Arademir A :Q -N The strong silent type . Pride and joy-his motor scooter Q ,' . . . Plans to study accounting at Elizabethtown college. I -,ta "ReJe1'oe ix the trneyt expreffion of rerpert toward tho.re who Qc are its ohjertf' Hi-Y 1g Graphic Arts Club 2, 35 Mechanical Drawing 1, 2, 3, Chess Club 1, 2, 3, 4. PAUL K. MUMMA, JR. Route 1 Paul' l The "Chef-Boy-ar-Dee" of the senior class . . . Animal lover . . . Hopes to continue his study of German. "For he'5 a jolly good fellow." Hi-Y 15 German Club 4. Academic UJOU A. JOLENE MUMMAU Route 1 Commercial Her cheery smile and friendly manner are her greatest assets . . . Fond of both ice and roller skating . . . Will make a truly efficient book- keeper. "The true effect of genuine politenexr 1887775 to he rather eare than pleafuref' VELMA MUMMAU "Velma" Route 1 Commercial Always has a smile for everyone . . . top notch knitter . . . will make a fine secretary or housewife. "Diligence if the mother of good fortune." Knitting Club sg F.H.A, 4. SI Qi' RICHARD M. NEUMANN 540 S. Mt. joy St. Dick" Amdemic A real whiz with square roots and slide rules . . . sports enthusiast as a participator or spec- tator. "The impromptu reply if preeirely the fourfo- Jtorze of the mari of wil." Student Council 1, Co-Ordinating Council 3g f Sr. Play, Football 1, Basketball 1, 2, 35 Engi- neering Club 2, 3, Pres. 4g Mu Alpha Theta 2, 3, Pres. 4. PAUL E. OBER Route 3 "Paul" A real Daniel Boone when it comes to hiking . . . enjoys all sports . . . Plans to become a first-rate dairy farmer. "They who labor in llae earth are rerzfirrg Goal and fellow- man." F.F.A. 2, 3, 4. 52 RONALD D. MUMPER no E. Willow sp. "Spickler" Comm ereial Sports a shock of red hair . . . does a good job of forecasting the weather . . . aims to become the best milkman in the world. f'HdPPl7Z6JJ if llne lmreert of rl quiel eye." Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 3, 43 Hi-Y 15 Meteorology Club 3. PEN N IE NELSON Bainbridge uPCHHiC,' Academic Enjoys the Florida sunshine . . . possesses an extensive wardrobe . . . will be a great asset to the teaching profession. "A pint-Jize barrel of fun." Sr. Play, F.N.A. 33 F.H.A. 4, Dramatics Club 3g Library Assistant 1, 2, 3, 4. Agriculture 1 sl rl , , J' if N Z' r - .fi ' ' ff' iz , ' iff' 5 5' JANET L. OLIVER 1 '- ff' x' , L-d A 5 X' il uf. A EAIJ9 en I 5 ,- p!'laH,'j ' . It iff ' '.,f'A-: Academic 'wx , '5 if J .1 residenflof thepyhilippine Islands . . . a sunny dispo- A,1' N: 'gy 1 'N isitfnbn accompanies giggle f. ,fx Bound to fsucceed in the field '-Elf 'kdfcherrjisffy 0I'Cd1QlL?dflOIi, r , ffm' 5 ' ' i "L1l1f4l'o.r if j!0ZfA6XWEf to' live 4. byndred yeczrf, but might die lf' ' df ,xtgmocrow." lx 'fl iMixed Chorus 5, 45 jr. Playg Sr.xlPlay5 journalism 2, 5, 45 1' E fl' Vg' Feature Ed. 45 Dramatics Club 1 CPhil.j 1.15 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 if " - History Club 25 Intra 55 Bowling Club 55 Engineering Club 45 gf M W ,lj kj ,Mu Alpha Theta 45 F.T.A. 45 Yearbook 4. 1 A - A v Mx -' - ay , if .LM 1 .Sy S, s' 1 J. THOMAS OTIS 56 W. Summit St. Academic Slaves away at the Chronicle office . . . can't seem to get enough sleep . . . hopes to become a journalist. "We know nothing of tomorrowg our buxinecy if to be good ond happy today." journalism 45 Chess Club 1, 25 Hi-Y 55 Print- ing Club 5. wietfft fr' 1 F - ' o O . MER, JR. t ainbridge "Bob" Academic Uncle Sam in Government the call of the outdoors tamp collection. cl young mon to 11111511 llaon to Club sg A4Club 3. RICHARD L. PEOUTZ 510 N. Poplar St. "Milt" Academic Sidekick of Louis and "Boon . . . enjoys puttering around in the Chem. Lab . . . always on the go. "Young fellow! will be young fellowff' Band 1, 2, 5, 45 Orchestra 5, 45 Hi-Y 1, 2 ,5, 4. 53 GILBERT E. REED Gil" Always missing on the first day of hunting sea- son . . . spends spare time designing cars . . . shows kindness and consideration for others. "The greater the man, the greater the eourteryf' Wrestling Club 3. EDWARD C. PUCHATY 615 S. Mount Joy St. "Peekin" General Has an avid interest in cars . . . plans to join the birds in the Air Force . . . never a dull moment for Ed. "While you can, ana' Jtill are young, haue your fun, for the yearr pau quickly." Hi-Y 2, 35 Gym Club 2, 3, 4. GLORIA REAM Route 1 ' 'G1oria" C o mm erciai Capable secretary for Mrs. Care . . . would like to attend Business College . . . plans on being a homemaker in the future. "Nothing endures hut perfonal qualitierf' Knitting Club lg Tri-Hi-Y 1. Bainbridge Ina'uftrial Art: at? "I if 'fr Q15 S lj 0, 1 x if 94 , D M4 g .gr cj ., If HPV BARRY E. REINHOLD 232 E. Cherry St. My Q, 54 "Rip" Aeademic A rugged athlete molded around courage as well as strength . . . greets all with a friendly helping hand . . . Well liked. "Moa'e.rty cannot he bought, it mutt he hornf' Class Treas. 3g Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, - Track 2, 3, 4g Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, Key Club 3, 4, Home Ec. 4. ROBERT E. RICEDORF Rheems "Bob" One of the Rheems firemen . . . a tall, lanky blond possess- ing many capabilities to draw from in a trifle or urgent matter . . . good natured. "Silent energy moves the world." Induslriizl- Arts BONNIE J ROADARMEL CQSNONSM R ' S ' 1 Route 3 S M Bonnie" Amdemic QQAQBQJABU Likes to ply the needles in knitting and sewing Q " ' ' accom lished ianist and organist . . . will SLLRDQ l . . . p p enter training at Geisinger Hospital. "He who is true to his ideals will not deceive others." Class Play 3, 4g Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4g Knitting Club 2g F.N.A. 3, 4g Foreign Language Club 3g Vice Pres. 3g Art Club 4g Yearbook 4. "Harry" ate . . . dependable. recasfg 1 CHRISTIAN G. RISSER, JR. Route 3 "Junior" Academic Hopes to attend E-town College . . . a whiz on the dates of past and present in history class . . . likes to spend his spare time working on his stamp and coin collection. A "As his inclirmtiorzs lie, so good are his deeds." Chess Club 1, 2. HARRY E. RISSER, JR. Route 5 Amdemir Enjoys deep-sea fishing and is a master at stretching a fish- erman's tale . . . one of our farmers . . . quiet and consider- nlqffff speeeh, silerzre is llae greatest power in the world." 55 -4 Terry" Future sailor . . . E.A.H.Sfs own Isaak Walton in the fields of hunting and fishing . . . makes the dark and handsome hero a reality. "Along the road of life, one fifzdr a great deal of amurementf' Hi-Y 1. 56 A V, I N I x 3, 49 H L - TERRY A. RUHL Rheems I1zdz1.ftrial Ari! MIRIAM E. RUTMAN 46 S. Market Street "Miriam', Ambition is to become a successful secretary in the future . . . likes all sports . . . hobbies include art work and draw- ing. E "The citadel of beaaiy and virtue if ozoderlyf' Student Council 1, Chorus lg F.B.L.A. 2, Astronomy Club 3, Girls Shop 3. ,,, , , RO A 2 2 K Academic . quit mathe tician . . . takes in ZUO l Jomeofze turns X g Track 2, 1-Y 1, 2. 7 f-fi 6 0 f 2, WL MLA R. ROYER w Q, 104 S. Poplar St. X Pgikl' ' 7 y-Qfl' i Academic " es the qualiti s rength, V goruand efficienc into t 0 ul prod ci n 0 t- . Y af standing at . plan o a success d be a winner afnyw ere., 4 i "Power if Jo ch Qlfriftifa y ealm 1 aim y W r in i 'r the as e o amffog A aizygimp ze! Jtrefz .' Football 1, 2, 3, 4y6Z1fesr1ing 5, A rack 1, 2, 5, 4, Varsity Club 2, 5, 4, Sco eeper 3, 4, Boy's Intr. 4, Hi-Y 1, Home Ec. . Co mmerrial SHIRLEY A. SAGER 11 Sager Road "Shire" C ommereial Hopes to become a success in business . . . looking forward to cutting her way through barber school . . . Drives a Chevy truck . . . "Where ir the laughter that Jhooh the rafterr? Where are the rafterr, hy the way?" Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2g Girls Shop 3g Dramatics 35 F.B.L.A. 2g Yearbook 4. RUTH C. SAUBLE Route 3 Ruthie" Academic Would be an asset to any sports' team . . . expert crocheter of afghans . . . loves to play the piano . . . "A magnificent rpectarle of human happinerrf' F.N.A. 3, 4, Girls Intr. 45 Girls Shop 3g Cur- rent Events Club 4. ' JACOB M. SAYLOR Route 3 "Jake" A grirul ture Plans to become a tiller of the soil . . . active in F.F.A .... enjoys home in the country. "From the Joi! comer the foundation for truth, integrity, and uprightnerr in nature and in man." F.F.A. 2, 3, 4. ROY SCHOENBERGER 533 E. Park St. "Roy" Academic Industrious student . . . proves to be capable and efficient in every field, especially interested in Biology and art . . . ambition is to enter foreign service. "High aiinr build high eharaeterrf' Chorus 1 Cwurtsmithjg F.T.A. 3, 4, Trea. 3, Pres. 4g Engi- neering Club 3, 4g Science Club CMiddletown Areajg French Club 3, 4, Pres. 3g History Club 3, V.P.g Public Speaking Club 3, Art Club 4, Current Events Club 4, Drama Club 1 QXWurt- srnithjg Yearbook 4. 57 wi gl SUSAN K. SEIBERT 100 N. Maple St. "Sue" Amdemie A peppy spark plug in any club . . . how could she talk with- out her hands . . . A Lancaster Teen of the Week . . . "Nothing great war ever achieved without enthu.riez.rm." Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, County 1, 2, 3, 4, S. Dist. 3, 4, State 4, Harrisburg Youth Symphony 1, 4, Girls Chorus 1, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Sextet 1, 2, Jr. Play, Sr. Play, Hockey Team 1, 2, 3, 4, Capt. 4, Varsity Club 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, Vice Pres., 4 Pres., Engineering Club 3, Sec. 4, Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4' German Club 4, Intramurals 3, Year- book 4. CAROL L. SHANK 135 E. Willow St. "Carole" Commerfitzl Will make an attractive and competent medi- cal secretary . . . a stitch in time makes an attrac- tive' and extensive wardrobe . . . a future stu- dent of E-Town College. "The heart'.r hufh Jeeret in the soft dark eyeff' Bandfront 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, F.B.L.A. 2, Dramatics 3. ,ti 1 tt, A ,tw WW "P 58 PATRICIA A. SHANK Route 1, Bainbridge at" C ommereiezl Prefers those tall basketball players . . . shows happiness with her smile . . . will benefit an of- fice as an efficient secretary. "The Jweelert gtzrlamt to the rweeteyt maid." F.B.L.A. 2, 5. MARY ANN SHELLY Route 3 "Mary Ann" Commerfial First to the bus stop each day . . . wonder why! . . . Neatness, promptness, conscientiousness blend into an ad- mired trademark. "A min if ar good of her Jmilef' ,, , 3 Rx Q 3 ALLEN B. SHISSLER III Route 3 MAIN Pursuing a career as a printer or electrician . . . ing center of our basketball team . . . his lanky build contains witty humor. "Skill to do, comer of doing," Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 3, 4. PATRICIA K. SHUMAN 557 E. Willow St. 'Pat" Commercial Terrific organizer . . . active in Girl Scouts and church work . . . energetic employee at E-town Credit Union. "Little hindnerfey are the linhf in the golden chain with which we are linked to our fellow man." Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Sextet 1, 2, 3, 4, jr. Play, Sr. Play, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, Yearbook Treas. 4. , xfyo cab AHL wxCLbC'kC2,36,J wifi! 56659555 ? Bibb .Lao ' ' '10 ffefio ETHEL 'lEthel" "Silence if the temple of the I ndufirial Arty high jump- GLORIA SIKORSKI 215 Lemon St. "Glo" Academic Very sweet tempered with a nice word for everyone . . . pretty blond hair . . . will make an excellent wife for that lucky guy. "Patience if the hey of contentment." Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Journalism 2, 3, 4, Art Ed., Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, Chess Club, F.N.A. 3, Art Club 4, Yearbook 4. E. SLOAT 506 E. Park St. Commercial Extremely quiet but has a heart of gold . . . Pat's constant companion . . . good student. pnrext heart." Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Library 1, F.B.L.A. 2, Yearbook 4. 59 . .islnittyn 60 DWIGHT G. SMITH 347 S. Market St. "Rock" Academic Subtle humor . . . up-to-date on the news . . . can't decide upon "Glenn" or "Dwight" . . . clean cut fellow. "It il ibe wife bead tba! maker a Jlill tongue." Football 4, Track 2, 3, 34, Varsity Club, Hi-Y 2, Biology Club 2, Meteorology Club 3, 4. . if il " li VJ Qi' X A , ., , JACK c. SMITH if, ,at 24 West Willow St. Genera ll if V. An outdoor man . . . has a cheerful "Hi" for . Q , ' A '1 . , . ' V' CVCIYOHC . . . l'lOPCS to Sall the SCVCH SCELS. i , 2' J, f W "Merri1izeiit and .fincerity-a rare combination." 1 L " sw g ' A i Q, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 1, 2, 33 Intramurals 3 4 x . Al ' ' MARY A. SMITH 158 North Hanover St. Mary Anne" Home Ec Fond of winter sports . . . likes to talk . . . will practice her home Ec techniques in the near future. "Some liver are like the run, warm and cheer- ful." G.A.A. 2 Qliverett High Schooljg Art Club 2 fE.H.S.jg Shop 35 F.H.A. 4. DOLORES F. SNYDER Route 1 "Dolores" Academic Animal and agricultural lover from way back . . . practices faithfully on the piano . . . plans a future in practical nurs- ing. HG67ZffE7Z6JJ', warmizefr, are Zifek mor! valued ameri." Senior Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Girls Chorus 1, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, Economics Club 3, F.N.A. 3g Yearbook 4. Q Z MMM , MMM MM M RAY E. SN YDER ..Ray,, Happy-go-lucky . . . love those sweaters . . . enjoys dabbling with mechanics. "Man if the maker of his own lyappinerrf' Key Club 3, 4g Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4. JOHN C. SPICKLER Route 1 spifia Quiet in class only . . . enjoys the call of the wild . . . plans to travel with the Air Force. "A man of hope and forward looking mind." Hi-Y 1, Astronomy 5, Intramurals 4. 414 Ridge Road Academic General WANDA M. STARK Route 1 "Starkie" General Quiet until you get to know her . . . enjoys roller skating and swimming immensely . . . has an uncertain future. "Youth is the gay and pleasant spring of life." Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3. EDWARD M. STAUFFER Route 2 "Eddie" General Easy to get along with . . . very interested in scouting . . . plans a future in the business world. "Man ir the maker of lair own enjoyment and fontentmentf' bl CELESTE STRICKLAND Rheems Celestel' A demure miss . . . often seen with Nancy . . . hopes to become a clerk typist. "W'0rd.r zznrpohen do no harm." "Donna" Live wire on the hockey field Y. . . beautiful raven tresses . . . ambition is to travel around the world. LINDA STEWART Bainbridge "Lindy" General Will soon accept her band of gold . . . has a pretty smile for everyone . . . carries some Indian blood. HC0721!67'J'lZfi07l if the art of hearing ar well ar heing heard." T.Y. QNorth Denver High Schoolj 2g Art 1 QN.D.H.S.j. HANNAH R. STONE Route 1 'lHannah" Commerfial Quiet and reserved . . . efficient typist . . . Our crystal ball sees her in uniform as a W.A.C. "We mint have reafonr for Jpeech, but we need none for Jzlenfef' Commercial ,DONNA R. STYER 336 Snyder Ave. il V Commercial E 5 "Energy with i7Zifidff1!6-516507IlPiiJ'h76d with Jazfiffartionf' 1 Hockey 2, 5, 4g lg Chess Club lg Library Assistant 1, 25 Yearbook 4s Bowling a Club 3. 62 Q . . E Varsity Club 4g Gym Club 2, 4g Tri-H1-Y arf? , ish .,. ., 1 . he ,H DNV "iid 116 oba' ice, ar at! ife e the 3, 4, glare lay, Senior or 7 Mi ' NANcYJ.THoME 559 E.PHgh st INMCYH Academic Lively addition to any group . . . one of the six bound for California . . . anticipates her nurse's training at Womenis Medical Col- lege. "fmt ez bi! of herzoerz with milclyief in her eyeff' Junior Play, Senior Play, journalism 2, 3, 4, Co-Sports Ed. 4, Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4g Varsity Club 44 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4, FTA- 3, 4: SCC. 5, 4, PNA. 5, 4, Dramatics Club 55 Girl's Intramurals 3g Knitting Club 2, Library Assistant 1, 2, Bowling Club 3. E 0..f1Jw.J fi 4. 'Xl sf-4" 1. PATRICIA A. TYSON Route 1, Bainbridge "Pat,' Commercial Kind and considerate of all . . . always Willing to lend a helping hand . . . sure to be a top notch secretary.. "Nothing if or rlrorzg or gerztlerzeyrf' F.B.L.A. 2, 3, Library Assistant 1, 2, 3. f , ' . V340 ,JJ DW' 4' + f r0 VQEANDRAJ. CH , ful' 505 . pruce St. ' . fl 'MJ' Commereial 'Coun t doubles co-champ 17. hard hitti g, drive on inthe, ey field . . . pughes 134 time at Ca ,enter's. J "Every grerzi Z? 2Ld7Z zrziiizfidrraiiftlf' ff! I Orfchestra 1,"2, 3, Senior Play, Hifgfl, 2, 3 4g ennis 1, 233, 4, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 2, 3g Pgsel , g Canteen Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 3, Vice Pres. 4, owvling Club 3g Yearbook Typing Staff Ed. 4, Cooperative Work Plan 4. 63 ..JaP,, NANCY B. WEAVER 1599 N. Market St. "Nancy" Commercial The future will find her holding a pencil and pad . . . Quiet and serene . . . includes swimming and ice-skating among varied inter- ests. "Silence if a great art of eonoerralionf' HELEN S. WEBB ry Route 1 C955 OJ 2 anaemia Q. i ways ready for "lots of fun" . . . anxious to assume her Ogg' duties s a.nurse . . . certain to cure all patients' ills with her X592 'viva ' personality. ff " . ejgl-no geniur in life like the geniur of energy and ae- QQF N! N and .Front 2, 3, 4, jr. Play, Sr. Play, Journalism 3, 45 Co-Ed. gy 'tics Club 3 Sec. 3' Knittin Club 2' Libra 1, 2, 3, 4. GARY L. VALENTINE Route 1, Bainbridge I nelurtrial Am Talented player of the accordion . . . hunting and fishing enthusiast . . . "Cupid,s Helper." "Each mind haf iff own melhoelf' GILBERT A. WAGNER Bainbridge "Gib" Imlnftrial Art Enjoys all sports . . . eagerly anticipates those summer months . . . always equipped with clever wit. "Politener5 ir gooa' nature regulated by good renee." I gs 4, Tri H1 Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Treas 4, F.N.A. 3, 4, Pres. 4, Dra- E 7 , g 7 ry E64ft7y A Ji ,, LLOYD G. WEIDMAN JR. Route 3 "Lloydie" I1za'u5l1'ial ANI Indispensable stage hand for all school functions . . . mel- low tenor voice . . . congenial . . . good natured. "The higher! gracer of marie flow from a noble heart." Mellomen 1, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4. CAROL A. WEIDNER 419 E. Bainbridge St. 'Pee Wee" Efficient at whatever she attempts . . . bound to succeed in her ambition to become a secre- tary . . . art and sports are her pastime inter- CSfS. "Bert thingy came in Ima!! packages." Class Secretary 2, 3, 4, Student Council 3, 4, Pres. 4, Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 3, 4, Vice Pres. 3, Pres. 4, Etiquette Club 33 Girls Intra. 3, 4, Bowling Club 3, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 4, Yearbook 4. octal -1 TMC Jvlcgjx Lx ecccix ex XIX Grab, ocxuw cvxk Q5 KJCX CL UJUAVK ritmmxuwx, JO" Commercial .faratraig 761- ...R A agar ' ,A ,,-51,7 . A H ,H VA 345433344-fs 5 feet f,.ff!aCxa,,fs' rf? ff, A , A , ' it . i 3 -A +f'gLA Vg' . . jg M' 4 , 'V ' ' I if I ' I! as Y i f'? ja! f"' V' Aw -Hgjvw nn li ' 1 I , , V W f L gfvac L5 sf LCM Ui f Pig-s'7,L'f aging Gigi 2 f? in 1 Liftuflfgg ,, A lf"if4MRC'4 L tif fifewwg , M 1 cf 51657 fir,,fYcA4,t.JQ-aa, . I emfgeieggjxp, ,V BARBARA A. WENGE1QfLff +464 if 426 College Ave. "Barb" Academic Versatile girl with endless vitality . . . pa- tient and helpful with all those little, aspiring majorettes . . . college bound for a teaching fu- ture. "Ve1fratility'5 rainbow per.r0aified." Class Historian 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, District Orchestra 3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Head Majorette 1, 2, 3, 4, Girl's Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, Jr. Play, Engineering Club 3, 4, Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3 ,4, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, German Club 4, Yearbook Editor-in-chief. JOANN R. WERT Rheems Academic Expert seamstress . . . very active in church . . . a future lady in white at General Hospital. "Genlle of rpeecla, befzeficent of mind." Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Girls Chorus 1, Knitting Club 2, F.N.A. 4, F.H.A. Sec. 4. 65 J uBradn MARY ELLEN WILEY 567 E. Hummelstown St. Mary Ellen" Academic Little bomb-shell full of personality . . . en- dowed with "do-re-mi" talent . . . her ambi- tion is to teach history. "A merry heart maketh a cheerful counte- nance." DAVID S. WESTOVER 224 College Ave. Academic Pride and joy is his blue Mercury . . . always on the "go" . . . hopes to be a radio operator in the Air Force. "Man Jhould not trifle . . . life if hrief and meant to he lived." Hi-Y 1, Boys Intramurals 2, 3, 4. EMILY E. WHITE 150 E. Htunmelstown St. "Emily" Academic Tall and attractive girl with a stunning ward- robe . . . Loves to be feminine by cooking, knitting, and sewing . . . Plans to enter Eliza- bethtown College. "A light heart liver long." Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, Canteen Coun- cil 1 ,2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 3, French Club 3, Eco- nomic Club 3, Yearbook 4. Student Council 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, Band Front 3, 4, jr. Play 3, Girls Athletic Association 1 fWaynesburg H.S.j, Canteen Council 2, 3, 4, Treas. 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Bowling Club 3, Yearbook 4. MARCELLA A. WILLIAMS 222 South Market St. "Marcella" Quicker than lightning is our goalie, Marcella . . . staunch rooter for the football team . . . plans to be a medical secre- tary. "A wire woman if the who knows the value of thingy" Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, jr. Play, Sr. Play, Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Capt 4, Varsity Club 3, 4, Current Events 3, Sec 3' Tri Hi Y 2 3 Bowlin Club 3, German Club 4, - s ' ' 1 g Yearbook 4. 66 Academic 1 5 1 i GERALD R. WITHERS "jere" He possesses the fine art of "savoir faire" . . . is an avid coin collector and approves the do-it-yourself idea . . . his am- bition is to be in the U. S. Coast Guard. "Ezfery01ze excelr in Jomellaifzg .ill which afmtlyer ffzilff' Band 1, 2, 3g Track 3, 45 Boys Intramurals 3g Hi-Y lg Chess Club 34 Journalism 4. JAMES D. WOHLFEIL 335 I-lighlawn Ave. .jimn A slim jim of our class . . . very active in J.A. . . . at home on the dance floor . "W'hal more than freedom could befell! mem." journalism 4, Chess Club 2, 3. Y xz Route 1 A endemic I lzduyfrinl Ari.: PAUL M. WOLGEMUTH Route 3 "Paul" Agrifullure Paul intends to pursue his interests in agri- culture by studying Vocational Agriculture at Penn State . . . won the highest award given by the Christian Service Brigade. "Let uf never forget tha! rulfimtiorz of earlla ir the mort impartalzt labor of nzmzf' Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, F.F.A. 2, 3, 4,,Sec. 45 Chess Club 2, Wrestling Club 3. . ' WX ' X J ", V. Nd I '. .Ny f ' 1fl'il'y' . MULA-, bf fr ' f F'-iw X X 'il-'l Lfk R' I ,Viv A ,rwv ,Q 1, xi 'L' V N, fl" - ,f lb L N-1 ,,, W QD r if . if at . EJ .yy it ,IJ zaigyz illo ,st.1Y pb' 5 Su, V, X --mziriw . .f lm yt- , 'U' X W fy Comfy'-ffaf Y .M :, jtlxinaihiitefrwith iljlmegflwocldey stlxe lL,H5etng,i1fl,mbtion5in A , ' j JL" clieerleagilin I-ff .nD1'np"en'pt1s,a in s of sporzsfand Panc- 1 ' . L 'Xing hi stolf evavyecrex . T cf W rv I 'g xv T 3.1-"Gb54fflqfQljlf1 HM t,F'l3lflUF'fJfil ,fy , y, A' Y. , L A KJ Y . 9 ,V . 1 - 5 .I I I N ' ,V , Plzfyj Seflzior R1aygmoclceyi'1,E93, 4? lleerleaclipgll, 2, 3,3 v W y4 Qhptw 'H V4f5'itx,Cf1i5n2Q-'3, 4,1 ec. 4g ' ling Club 3'b,'lQi- J K ,W X, yt' 1-QUY 1,e 3 Shflfqgll-CQ. M cil Etiquettq,fClub 3g Yearbojlk 4. W' 2- if ' 50 . ' -. .. fi, i " 'f gk ,, , ,r -X 'N X-,kk Afuuyf tl! AL!!! wax! lv , if U1 ,lv A 4 Ll t ' 67 4 SHIRLEY YODER Bainbridge "Shirley" General Another one of those gals prejudiced to farm life . . . sweet and quiet . . . devoted to serving the church. "In loday already walk! tomorrow." Chorus 1, 2. JAMES R. YOHN Route 1 "Jim" Academif A mighty man . . . his aim, to coach sports . . . an all around athlete. "They fan conquer who helieve they can." Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 1, Gym Club 2, 4, Intramurals 3, 45 Home EC. 4. C. KELLY ZEAGER Shab" General A real dependable guy . . . ice hockey fan . . . Masonry holds a future for Kelly . . . "A hoy who doer hir her! today will he a hard man to heal tomorrow." Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Printing 3, Gym Club 4. DAVID O. ZOOK 36 W. Hummelstown St. "Zookie" Indurtrial Arty A great enthusiast of all sports, . . collecting coins rates high ' as a hobby . . . a future carpenter. "The fazztiozzr Jeldom err." Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 3, Chess Club 1, 2, 3, Hi-Y 1. 68 iv When? O Z -rev G13 Kell y Zea g6' B011 Bmbakgf , ., gm, 'iw V 'Q-.....,., -x . , .X .V , ! f 5- , U 3' I 'f JJ i' K N '2-2' 4 . 5436, I' M fa" A, Q Eye , if 1, X -,Ta 1.1,J,l . , 1 A 1, ,.,j .,.5, ., .V ,xi fa " , jeff LOSS . it 1 rwqfg.. ,A ,MQ '-QQ. ,A 1543, Q ' Q- 1,wF', paws, a--if X. .r ff -x. gy. 52:43 ,jgylwgag , f:'fq,Wf 3.3, V Vicki Gobrecht R jim Koser Carol Cafmichaex Kathy Helm, Marcra Mrller, George K1shbaugh B05 Best Sandy U1r1ch Barb Wenger Sue Deitrich Connie Donna Styer Sweigart Pat Hollmger jean Fackler e,....e... ..,. ..,. We- W:...a.,,,:l..... mm-.....:22l.Q -----n......,. WW imdb? Mm,-an 'e if r: - an Glenn Funk A W Je-4: +4 if ,Q R xfafctifzw, got, X- X X. k'gd5-' s L TLTJM' 'I J C x.. .gf T S' A 415' T -.. 3,15 I kv fi A f-.-s , f' 'R XS, FN fr ,. l ' 1 C 4005 ' gf 7 the . - ?m- ,+4w4Z4 ' ' Sana The countadown began September 7, 1949 at 8:50 sharp, when about seventy-five of us-the original core of the one hundred and sixty destined to be launched as the Class of '61 twelve years later-entered the Elizabethtown Elementary School to begin our basic training. Here we were directed to either Mrs. Frances Duffy or across the hall to Miss Helen Gross to learn the importance of coloring within the lines, printing on the lines, reading the lines, and Hwalking-the-line." Only a few months later, we were pleasing our parents as we took home the year's end report cards which indicated with rows of checks that we "spoke distinctly, read without pointing to words, showed an interest in school and community, and took part readily in playground activitiesf' Thus, we, the beginners on West High Street in 1949, along with those beginners in the surrounding country- side's one-room schools, and those others in farther-away places but bound for a ren- dezvous on East High Street much later-had begun! Continuing with out "count,l' 2-3-4-5-6 had us where we belonged scholastically studying geography and spellingg memorizing poems, concentrating on arithmetic, competing with drill cardsg and filling in the work books. National Education Week, Book Week, Pennsylvania Week, and all the holidays were high-lighted with special projects to make us realize our part in the world around us. But it was the Valentine Box that made us aware of the little world in which we circulated daily. A good score would bring one from each class member and with more luck an extra "Guess Who?" Those days our pencil boxes mostly had pictures of Roy Rogers and Dale Evans, our cinema ideals, on themg a few, who could stay up late enough Tuesday nights, knew all about the Dragnet TV show, but all of us hummed "The music Goes 'Round and 'Round" as we'd yo-yo on our way to school. A lot of time was spent coming and going to school. There being no cafeteria, it was back home every noon for our lunch. However, we still had-time for the field trips to the various places of interest around town. A well-planned visual education program would follow these experiences with meaningful pictures to further our information. These movie treats covered a great variety of subjects from "Catching Colds" to "Global Concepts in Maps." By the time we reached junior High, we were not only fortified with a good general book-learning, but our elementary background had also included instrumental instruc- tion, training for safety patrol duty, the experience of producing a yearbook CELIZA- BETHAN jR.j and even some square dancing practice in a music class. This last activity was made to blossom when in seventh grade we ventured into our first group social affair. just about everybody turned out to stow away the doughnuts and cider and follow the caller to "Turkey-in-the-Straw." A timely subduing effect was brought about with the mass polio shots in the school gym the following week. Another all-out group effort of junior high origin was made when, with Mr. Raber's assistance, we staged "THIS IS YOUR LIFE" to honor our dear Miss Dulebohn and at the same time take care of our year's assembly duty. THE LANCASTER NEW ERA sent a reporter to give the event official news coverage! We no sooner became settled in our shining, brand-new, though slightly-on-the-cold- side high school, when our slogan "Pencil for Bentzel" brought results and our class representative was crowned "Sir Valentine" in the midst of a snow blizzard in 1958. QAn impromptu holiday for one week straight followed those severe weather conditionsj Not only socially, was the high school aware of the up and coming Class of ,61g but athletically, all the teams had an abundance of our class members, The girls enthusiastic- ally showed their abilities in varsity hockey and tennis. School letters also were accumu- lating on our sweaters for cheerleading, band and orchestra. The arrival of the light blue, trimmed-with-black, class jackets furthermore made our presence felt as we manned the refreshment booths or as we joined other county schools for THE SCIENCE FORUM at Armstrong Auditorium in Lancaster. A type of Thanks- giving variety program, complete with turkey, "live," gave Mr. Daubert the bird and everyone else a good send-off for a happy holiday, fall 1958. ' Spring 1959, found us still very much in action and happily engrossed collecting the specimens for our biology projects, "hosting" the Y.M.C.A. three-day conference QFoun- dations of Christian Livingj and planning our Sophomore Prom, "Starlight Serenadef' More and more of us added drivers' licenses to our photo-packed wallets. If we weren't lucky enough to make the team or band bus, we could sometimes self-sufficiently drive where the game was being played. However, those bus rides had their compensa- tions. Remember how we lined-up according to seniority either front or back? Remember the jokes, singing and "tired but happy Qif we wonj" feeling all the way home? Other thrills along the way of growing up in the junior year came with ordering our school rings, producing the family-situation type play "GEORGE WASHINGTON SLEPT HERE" and completing the plans for the junior-Senior Prom, "Stairway to Para- disc," at the Hershey Country Club. The Post-Prom party, "Paradise Isle," marked the sixth annual affair of its kind, so that again with the cooperation of our local Jaycees, we could really make it REALLY a night. As we returned home, we almost met ourselves just leaving for the Safety Parade and County Track Meet that same morning! It was this sort of training in perseverance and acquiring poise no-matter-what that prepared us for the dignified, capable role of seniors, to be assumed that last all-im- portant year. Dedication of our new Thompson Athletic Field, the big Band Jamboree, a winning 6-3 football season, the appearance of our very own printed BLUE AND WHITE, capturing the 11th straight hockey league championship, helping to nearly win other titles, presenting URELUCTANT REUNION," exchanging senior pictures, having a final "fling" at the Music festivals, chartering the National Honor Society were the things our greatest school memories were made of in 1960-'61. These memories, along with those many other endless memorable ones, filled our minds and tugged at our heart strings as the lights dimmed, the orchestral tones of "Pomp and Circumstancel' started the processional and we proceeded to the front of the auditorium on the night of our graduation. As we reached the stage, our thoughts were interrupted and we were led in the evaluation of the sum total twelve years that went before. But the climax of satisfaction was reached as each of us was handed his diploma, a symbol of achievement and purpose. Again, to the strains of "Pomp and Circumstancei' we were given the signal and we began the recessional. As a concluding thought, we agreed gratefully in the realization that "We had it in a big, wonderful way!" At the next moment, we fastened our seat belts, having been given the final "count," and took off to our destination-the future! me an "sr-we P .fag 2 ' V '.'. ,. I .,,A. .1 , .- - .f :. - . I .. "h' P. .' ' ' : . I -: ' 3' x . A , -u , ,.-- v , 1 '. J, . 1 - . V . , I ,- --- 5 , . ... . . y , - . -. ' :"' i3'..V V -Q, j ., ' " ' ' all 'V' ,. . " , , . . " f .Q , -'l g". n ' I- ' . ..- ' f ' 7' ' .F , --U ' . . - .' .. - . '. - , -. . 'v A 1 V ,XP ', ,. U.,-. lk, ,. ,- . ,, f ' 4 , .. . ' ' a'1if-f"- ff- . A ,. "r-14-.L 3 A '- - '. ,- 'Q ' ' A -as , 5 - ' A. " ' 1' . ' . : ' -:H 1. r-V . :1 1' 'x-.P f. ' ,. . ., . r Av .1. --ji, . .': ,Q - , ', ., . f y, ,,. i A . ' , - A ' ' 1 ,g 0 .-" V . I -. ': 'u " V' '.1 rr. , R. Enck, Pres., J. English, Hist.g J. Trostle, Sec., C, Coulson, Treas.g H. Garber, V. Pres. if-7 The class of '62 has handled well all the tasks which it set out to accomplish this year. Management of the refreshment stands, produc- tion of the Junior Play, "The Man Who Came to Dinnerj' and pro- motion of a successful Junior-Senior Prom, are only a few of the ac- complishments of this versatile class. Their biggest thrill-wearing their new class rings! FIRST ROW: J. Weaver, S. Metzler, M. Seitz, C. Haas, D. Shirk, M. Rathmell, A. Aungst. SECOND ROW: J. Campbell, D. Crider, G. Fanus, D. Deitrich, R. Beck, J. English, G. Clements, D. Florshutz. THIRD ROW: H. Smith, G. Helm, P. Fishel, B. Turner, B. White, C. Strickler, V. Witmer, J. Kauffman. l 4 77-2 FIRST ROW: S. Olweiler, J. Trostle, M. Hynicker, P. Stumpf, J. Moore, C. Crownover, T. Winters. SECOND ROW: C. Palmer, A. Miller, B. McLane, B. Minehart, E. Strickler, J. Ibaugh, S. Gish, C. Stumpf, R. Enck. THIRD ROW: F. Miller, J, Good, D. Shank, W. Weaver, E. Geib, B. Herr, I.. Mason, I.. Bernhard. FOURTH ROW: G. Shenk, L. Borrell, F. Kraft, R, Rutt, R. Zug, E. Lerch, S. Arnold, S. Taylor, S. Forney. 74 l 5' 77-5 FIRST ROW: B. Flowers, Gates, I. Engle, R. Keener, Groff, R. Stone, K. Myers, E. J. Gish, J. Fry, J. Noll. FIRST ROW: J. Kraybill, C. Spickler, C, Kaylor, E, Lewis, P. Drescher, SECOND ROW: C. Coulson, J. Myers, H. Kraybill, F. Smith, K. Lehman, M. Zuck, A. Drumheller, J, Longenecker. THIRD ROW: L. Trego, D. Breneman, R. Belser, D. Myers, M. Miller, C. Boylan, K. Fink- bincier, M. Kuhn, B, Bowers, T, Madeira, FOURTH ROW: K. Weiss. F. Moquin, T. Stouffer, B. Carskadon, S. Donnelly, M. Devenney, H. Garber, H. Good, J. Mader. 77-4 E. Snyder, J. Myerhoffer, P. Young, P. Herr. SECOND ROW: D. W. J. Risser, D. Keener, M. Hilsher. THIRD ROW: I. Gerberich, Coble, C. Brandt. FOURTH ROW: D. Stoner, J. Becker, W. Keck, 77-5 3111 FIRST ROW: B. Minehardt, J. Morris, M, Drawbaugh, C. Zeigler, K. Halk, C. Crownover, P. Stumpf, J. Weaver. SECOND ROW: P. Shenk, P. Risser, M. Heistanrl, J. Jacka, B. Isenber, B. Minehart, J. Rine, K, Rarick, C. Stumpf. THIRD ROW: J. Lancaster, 1. Catton, R. Fink, E. Erick, J. Chittum, L. Baker, S. Morris, S. Wilson. FOURTH ROW: G. Clugston, J. Kauffman, D. Sweigart, J. Bailey, L. Landis, J. Good, NW, Faley, VU. Vifeaver, E. Geib. i 75 Full-fledged members of the Senior High, the Sophomores have set their goals high and have not lagged in their attain- ments. They are united in a common purposeevto build for the future. Supplying athletes, musicians, and scholars to their school's program and staging a memorable prom, "Moonlight in Hawaii," give the Sophs reason to be proud to wear their gray and white, Class of '63 jackets. Left to Right: R. Parrett, V. Pres., J. Sweigart, Pres.: S. Kurtz, Sec., L. Hindman, Historian: V. Stoner, Treas. 2 if 3 FIRST ROW: M. Gorsky, V. Miller, M. Charles, D. Hack, D. Raugh, M. Chapman, S. Alex- dinger, J. Berrier, R. Wagner, M. Kedell. SECOND ROW: L. Bixler, R. Kaylor, R. Saylor, R. M. Myer, L. Lyter, J. Prescott, R. Steffan, T. Shoemaker, C. Risser. THIRD ROW: K. Wagner, G. Donnelly, M. Byerly, J. Bevilacqua, B. Barnes, E, Powl, J. Kretzing, J. Brenner, D. Albright, G. Fultz. FIRST ROW: C. Hummel, M. Hemperly, S. Olweiler, J. Langley, M. Walters, B. McDannel, J. A. Bender, V. Stoner. SECOND ROW: S. Crowe, C. Miller, N. Long, D. Miller, L. Verdekal, J. Gantz, M. Zeager, J. Hansen, M. Metzler. THIRD ROW: S. Miller, T. Rehrer, L. Witmer, R. Evans, J. Wetzel, 1. Ginder, J. Murphey, W, Hamilton, R. Kishbaugh, R. Strickler. FOURTH ROW: W. Foley, J. Madera, J. Becker, T. Owens, H. Neil, H. Kroesn, J. Hess, D. Hollinger, N. johnson. 76 0-5 FIRST ROW: D. Puchaty, G. Fisher, L, Hindman, D. Hoopert, S. Kurtz, S. Brackbill, L. Gepfer. SECOND ROW: J. Cressler, J. Espenshade, B. Greene, L. Ziegler, K. Chastain, D. Garman, Jr. THIRD ROW: A. McAuley, R. Nissley, Y. Milspaw, B. Aungst, T. Spickler, B. Runyan, L. Weaver. FOURTH ROW: O, Ferrari, R. Parrett, Jr., D, Emenheiser, R. Schaeffer, E. Ricci, J, Sweigart. FIRST ROW: J. Pfautz, E. Shoop, W. Baltozer, E. Landis. SECOND ROW: L. Reed, D. Calhoun, F. Martin, M. Davis, G. Greiner. THIRD ROW: B. Hackman, B. Funk, D. Coble, K. Keener. FIRST ROW: J. Park, D. Bechtel, F, Brosey, B. Quickel, L. Bernhard, J. Morris, E. Meckley, ,T Miller, E. Weaver. SECOND ROW: K. Durborrow, D, McCurdy, J. Groff, P. Williams, J. Carl P. Heigel, C. Toman, M. Zimmerman, S. Miley, J. Achenbach. THIRD ROW: M. Patschke, W Heisey, G, Heisey, T. Gobrecht, E. Gerhart, C. Schwanger, P. Forrey, P. Baker, S. Snyder, G Stehman, V. Fisher. FOURTH ROW: S. Dohner, J. Zarfoss, D. Longenecker, S. Riddle, D. Derstler J. Good, L. Lancaster, R, Heisey, J. Sweigart, E. Ebersole, G. Groff. ' 04 f W. "New worlds to conquer, en masse they stride and bid farewell to all behind." The Freshmen accepted the role as leaders of the junior high school. This year they re- ceived the privilege of participation in tennis, hockey, basketball, football, track, and baseball. Socially their presence was' also felt as they took advantage of the invitation to i join in the Senior high canteens. , l l FIRST ROW: J. Moquin, M. Drescher, C. Smith, R. Horne, C. Greene, B. Wright, C. Metz-ler. SECOND ROW: J. Shank, C. Moore, M. Landis, S. Myer, A. Gates, P. Robinson, K. Boden, S. Olweiler, T. Brandt. THIRD ROW: P. Minick, S. Hess, D. Robinson, J. Langley, W. Hunter, S. Saltzer, G. Schoenrock, H. Slesser. FOURTH ROW: J. Verdihal, L. Wittle, D. Ibberson, R. Pfizenmaier, J. Heisey, D. Goode, J. Farmer, C. Coble. FIRST ROW: L. Garman, 1. Ruhl, C. Kuntz, P. Long, C. Wertz, P. Shiffer. SECOND ROW: B. Espenshade, J. Bishop, J. Longenecker, R. Frye, G. Zell, B. Hertzler, H. Kenderdine. THIRD ROW: S. Robbins, M. Weaver, J. Smith, J. Kraybill, D. Eckroth, D. Wenger, M. McKinne. FOURTH ROW: G. Miller, D. Givens, J. Belser, A. Wenger, B. Uhlig, J. Heisey, P. Metzger, J. Steelman. , L 3 3 t l I I l 3 , - tiki: f , Egfr -'f 'E rf! I ing , i r ,ii ,lj ,X K . ' 'J FIRST ROW: K. Bathurst, D. Hawthorne, L. Keiper, H. Kraybill, L. Bucher, G. Brinser. SECOND ROW: M. Raffensperger, S. Stouj, S. Brandt, L. Craine, K. Kilhefner, K. Itzoe, J. Reider. THIRD ROW: S. Seibert, A, Clemens, S. Kulp, L, Stouffer, B. Brubaker, E. Smith, R. Grosh. FOURTH ROW: C. Oliver, D. Gantz, C. Good, B. Barnhart, J. Heisey J. Barron, K. Creager. E I ' x 1 3 FIRST ROW: T. Jacoby, R. Ebersole, A. Moore, P. Espenshade, G. Carriger, P. Olweiler SECOND ROW: C. Lancaster, B. Winters, M. Miller, C. Gutshall, C. Reider, P. Kaylor, C Ricedorf, C. Peters. THIRD ROW: M. Martin, M. Smeltz, L. Stump, R. Emenheiser, A. Painter, B Stetler, B. Shau, B. Aller, J. Miller. FOURTH ROW: W. Pachie, J. Garber, B. Hall, P. Royer J. Groff, J. Turner, J. Costello, C. Cain. li FIRST ROW: J. Halterman, S. Block, R. Garber, C. Shank, M. L. Hebda, L. Forrey. SECOND ROW: J. Brosey, M. Boyer, H. Hostetter, E. Sheaffer, D. Herr, C. Drescher, J, Fehr. THIRD ROW: G. Gobrecht, K. Volgar, D. Alleman, J. Richwine, M, Snyder, L, Fitzwater, R. Martin. FOURTH ROW: M. Gruver, S. Gutshall, T, Landis, L. Greiner, C. Kauffman, S. Ropka, B. Johnson, J. Baker. FIRST ROW: T. Ream, G. Meyerhoffer, F. Hildebrand, R. Slesser, S. Stone, D. Seiders, F, Simione, M. Pangle. SECOND ROW: L. Troutman, B. Smith, J. Garber, G. Shenk, B. Huntzberger, P. Helfer, M. Way, D. Helfer. THIRD ROW: E. Kipp, J. Gibble, B. Heisey, J. Hoover, S. Manahan, S. Kaylor, -I. Moyer, J. Long. FOURTH ROW: S. Crum, M. Schmidt, R. Greenawalt, 1. Helfer, K. Garman, R. Kready, F. Vallentine, R. Gantz. ?-7 FIRST ROW: B. Myers, R. Carl, B. Brosey, J. Winsett, B. Brosey, M. Camp, D. Miller. SECOND ROW: L. Weidler, G. McCurdy, R. Snavely, J. Miller, J. Oberholtzer, T. Stokes, R. Myers. THIRD ROW: D. Neideih, B. Gingrich, R. Boyer, T. Myers, M. Brandt, R. Jumper, P. Kaylor. FOURTH ROW: J. Miller, G. Bevan, C. Durborrow, S, Flowers, H. Way, R. Bates, J. Quickel. FIRST ROW: E. Witmer, M. Iberson, M. Kauffman, J. Black, J. Ebersole, D. Sheaffer, T. Byerly, L. Beyer, B. Landis. SECOND ROW: D. Hoerner, J. Dunkleberger, J. Barth, N. Bell, D. Van Ormer, G. Stern, M. Gish, C. Mahaffy, R. Sayenga. THIRD ROW: F. Leedom, N. Young, J. Hoss- ler, L. Sauter, K. Bosley, R. Long, D. Bair, C. Lamberson, J. Groff. FOURTH ROW: J. Shaw, B. Swartz, S. LeVan, I. Sheaffer, M. Thomas, C. Shank, B. Risser, T. Cover, G. Enck, M. Hershey. 6'-7 X2 FIRST ROW: L. Garber, B. Riddle, B. Knehr, S, Long, S. Grubb, E. Brinser, J. Copenhaver, D. Keener, M. Smith. SECOND ROW: K. Wolgemuth, N. Rutman, L. Donnely, Y. Trostle, K. Ebersole, P. Hess, E. Garber, D. Kraybil, B. Stahl, G. MacPherson. THIRD ROW: N. Fisher, C. Crum, A. Black, J. Lehman, M. Hall, P. Miller, E. Roadarmel, L. Kaylor, T. Chapman. FOURTH ROW: N. Seibert, L. Risser, C. Lubold, D. Rice, C. Mummert, T. Ebersole, J. Ney, E. Metzler, C. Miller, P. Herr. X-5 FIRST ROW: E. O'Connor, S. Garber, W. Smith, M. Carskadon, J. Gebhart, R. Barr, R. Fry. SECOND ROW: R, Martz, G. Ebersole, P. Hetrich, J. Chernow, D. Schoenberger, S. Myers, C. Hoffman, T. Helm, A. Garber. THIRD ROW: S. Chastain, D. Byron, D. Hoopert, J. Helm, W. Coble, L. Lichty, J. Hain, C. Fike, S. Hostetter. FOURTH ROW: L. Whisler, D. Gruber, P. Bur, M. Senior, T. Greiner, B. Hertzler, G. Grosh, S. Moore, N. Schoener, C. Crill. X-4 FIRST ROW: B. Robinson, N. Heistand, D. Smith, A. Brenner, D. Loser, M. Ebersole, S. Ibaugh, C. Miller. SECOND ROW: J. Lightner, H. Gruber, L, Hayes, L. Horning, C. Carton, B. Flanagan, T. Strickler, L. Romig. THIRD ROW: K. Drawbaugh, J. Becker, S. Cairns, A. Frantz, A. Barr, A. Becker, J. Coble, T. Sheaffer, C. Peters. FOURTH ROW: R. Kopecki, B. Gainer, T. Davis, J. Peters, R. Risser, P. Fisher, L. Moyer, D. Grimes. 8l FIRST ROW: J. Geibe, R. Owen, D. Bradley, L. Zerphey, J. Morton, C. Kern, SECOND ROW: J. Rhodes, D. Bair, M, Rank, J. Noll, J. Groff, D. Dupler, N. Hilsher. THIRD ROW: S. Stark, W. Bretz, J. Campbell, D. Witmer, P. Gutshall, J. Hershey, N. Oberholtzer. FOURTH ROW: P. Gebhart, I. Koser, L. King, R. Barns, L. Shank, C. Schmidt, C. Spigelmeyer, issinger, S. Dimeler, B, Davies, G. Hemperly, J Huntzberger FOURTH ROW: R. Bucks, C FIRST ROW: D. Snyder, J. Zeager C Miller J Forrey J Clugston G Thom son L Zo lc , ' , - , - y - P 1 ' 0 W. Cohle. SECOND ROW: H. Gingrich, J. Hollinger, S. Bartles, L. Hemperly, P. Zook, R Malnar, S. Cressler, M. Weaver. THIRD ROW: M. Saylor, G. Grimm, M. Good, T. Inch, D K. . . . Gutshall, S. Taylor, T. Parcher, J. Groff, P. Shaeffer, J. Hooyer. FIRST ROW R Book R R P W : . , . app, . agner, M. Ellslogger, K. McCarthy, B. Kramer, O. Gingrich, B. D h ' ' res er, L. Moyer. SECOND ROW. D. Means, C. Fishel, D. Keener, H. Greenberger, K Boughter, E. Peterson, E. Bockhouse. THIRD ROW: J. Sweigart, A, Leedom, J. Witmer, L Reider, J. Junk, L. Lyter, J. Lawrence. FOURTH ROW: G. Spickler, W. Heinz, P. Fuller, M Burgess, C. Baker, S. Fackler, P. Miller. X-8' FIRST ROW: D. King, J. Boyer, S. Gerberich, J. Zinn, M, Hansen, D. Patches, L. Clark, L Morris. SECOND ROW: D. Patches, D. Rohrer, D. Bodden, S. Hipple, P. Coble, M. Spickler R. Gasho, K. Herr, R. Kain. THIRD ROW: A. Myer, D. Gallagher, R. Cunningham, W. Hess M. Rutt, K. Allen, R. Barr, D. Shank, D. Martin. FOURTH ROW: J. Trego, C. Toman, M Longenecker, D. Brinser, J. Appleby, E. Ropka, M. McAuley, D. Hoover, B. Angstadt, C. Huber. FIRST ROW: M. Moquin, O. Schmidt, B. Weaver, P. Robbins, D. Hess, A. Means, B. Smith, K. Beckley, K. Harris, P. Stout, R. Morgan. SECOND ROW: S. Rice, C. Burg, I.. Heistand, K. Stauf- fer, D. Railing, L. Crill, B. Shank, S. Kipp, M. Mummau. THIRD ROW: N. Garman, K. Peters, M. Ginder, P. Rheem, E. Crouser, K. Johnson. FOURTH ROW: J. Risser, J. Kendig, K. McCarty, C. Bailey, S. Bowles, L. Neideigh, S. Kendig, J. Engle, H. Good. 7-2 FIRST ROW: G. Hoover, B. Borry, J. Baker, J, Lovinger, G. Hoover, T. Wadsworth, K. Geib, C. Rhen, G. Stillwagner, M. Metzler, L. Christ. SECOND ROW: G. Cunningham, G. Chernow, C. Crum, C. Good, B. Bevilacqua, C. Zeager, J. Hostetter, D. Wagner, M. Dourte. THIRD ROW: J. Garman, J. Young, R. Wilson, M. Weigle, B. Martin, W. Bastres, S. Good, J. Reicler, E. Longenecker. FOURTH ROW: G. Kretsinger, J. Horton, G. Cook, J. Herr, L. Wagner, J. Spickler, P. Vuxta, D. Becker, J. Oberholtzer. mm It FIRST ROW: S. Rothrock, L. Stoner, J. Smith, H. Blough, J. Gebhard, S. Woolens, L. Garber, SECOND ROW: J. Eshelman, E. Saunderson, K. Shank, G. Reinhold, B. Whitmere, J. Eckinger, M. Miller, D. Dempsey. THIRD ROW: W. Norton, R. Ringlaben, D. Crider, D. Heisey, N. Dunkelberger, R. Shearer, S. Senghas, G. Weaver. FOURTH ROW: F. Hynicker, R. Greiner, T. Parrot, C. Williamson, K. Stults, S. Eckinger,xK, Eshelman, R. Reed, J. Deitrich, W, Peters. FIRST ROW: S. Maxwell, K. Sheaffer, D. Salter, C. Landis, S. Harple, R. Stoner, L. Hess, J Schwanger. SECOND ROW: J. Maines, J. Costello, D. Ebersole, S. Roland, C. Palmer, R, Charles F. Mikolajczyk, G. Engle, B. Buck. THIRD ROW: J. Way, V. Manihan, S. Hoover, H. Zeager J. Andrews, S. Hoover, H. Krick, P. Mummau, V. Nissley. FOURTH ROW: K. Goss, J. Shuman D. Kipp, F. Martin, J. Sauders, E. Gunning, D. Stoner, J. Belser, P. Williams. nw., FIRST ROW: B. Ebersole, M. Heinz, T. Crowe, P. Steiner, R. Stauffer, B. Ebersole, T. Fitzwater. SECOND ROW: D. Berrier, G. Gutshall, K. Snyder, E. Burris, J. Spigelmeyer, D. Libhart, J. Fehr. THIRD ROW: J. Seibert, D. Gibble, J. Gingrich, K. Kendig, E. Miller, R. Mumper, G. Heisey, R. Shank. FOURTH ROW: P. Fink, L. Boozer, G. Myers, R. Helfer, W. Derr, D. Herr, E. Bixler, K. Murphy. 75 1 1 75 FIRST ROW: B. Block, L. Weidner, R. Bryon, S. Minehart, S. Reinhold, R. Crider, W. Yohn, J. Cramer. SECOND ROW: R. Booth, H. Ebersole, P. Miller, R, Horst, C. Shank, N, Shearer, S. Berkenbine, M. Smeltzer. THIRD ROW: D. Gutshall, J. Turner, L. Seager, A. Rutherford, H. Hostetter, M. Rimel, J. Pressler, C. Pickel, B. Germer. FOURTH ROW: R. Holblight, W. Zinkel, J. Carter, J. Culp, S. Block, J. Costello, J. Manchack. FIRST ROW: P. Park, D. Walters, J. Miller, J. Bletcher, B. Coble, D. Stark, J. Mahaffey, F. Shaffner, O. Strickler. SECOND ROW: B. Kurtz, S. Rice, J. Weidner, J. Olweiler, J. Heisey, S. Rice, R. Drescher. THIRD ROW: M. Fry, J. Loser, D. Painter, J. Ebersole, D. Snyder, T. Shaw, R. Dohner, D. Kough, G. Espenshade. FOURTH ROW: B. Lawrence, J. Floyd, P. Brady, J. Keitenrether, K. Baker, J. Kleinfelter, L. Billet, W. Minick, R. Wagner. L 7-7 --at FIRST ROW: D. Cunningham, R. Bretz, R. Hoffer, S. Hauk, I.. Conner, R. Edye, M. Suydam SECOND ROW: C. Fitzpatrick, D. Saylor, J. Saylor, C. Brubaker, N. Risser. THIRD ROW: D Shank, G. Rank, G. Shank. S. Dimeler, P. Kurtz, S. Kiser, M. Groff, G. Kuhn, R. Coble FOURTH ROW: R. Stark, R. Palmer, R, Oakley, J. Hilsher, R. Bowman, A. Kennedy, G, Miller D. Shank, S. Baltozer. Help! "Tweet, Twffetu f fi' M f if W 2 S El , Q Push, boys, push Wistful Wiley zmyvssz H f1f:1P1:s5i3i'5f. First woman in space kk..v,D,-f 55? ifsiiig s S -NX How're we doing? We .X Maybe no school! Qfvfq E ,. 'j Bottoms uPl Band on cluty Off duty ,rf 1 ' 1 - . m 5 I , . n -y - -- f' ,., R, ,ug - .. li ,V , 1 n - ,' ..e 1, . -.,,. 0 . 9. -, I.. , 1 ci' "Tu NR, , V , fx, TN CHARTER MEMBERS: 71' ,4 Amanda '74 5.,4.74'f,S. Szadma ' Www Society Having the distinct privilege of being a charter member of the T. H. Ebersole Chapter of Elizabethtown Area High School National Honor Society came to twenty-nine members of the senior class as the all-around student maintaining a 3.5 scholastic average was recognized. During an impressive induction ceremony on Feb. 28, 1961, held in the high school auditorium in the presence of the entire student body, school board members, and parents, Prof. T. H. Ebersole, former supervising principal of the school, was guest of honor and introduced. Dr. Roy McAuley, president-elect of the Elizabethtown College was guest speaker. The society includes students from the eleventh and twelfth grades as active members and the students from the tenth grade as probationary members. Requirements for the society are scholarship, first and most important requirementg serviceg leadershipg and character. Membership in this society is considered the highest honor any student of E.A.H.S. can achieve. Mrs. Sara Steelman and Mr. Kenneth Grosh are faculty advisers. SENIORS Rachael Brubaker Edward Carskadon jane Charles Suzanne Deitrich William Fike Ruth Gebhart Patricia Greider Elaine Gish Sara Hain James Hess Lois Hess Patricia Hollinger Charlotte Horning Kenneth Hummer Melinda Jacoby Nancy johnson Howard jones Virginia Kauffman Linda Kaylor john Kurtz Richard Neumann Jan Oliver Bonnie Roadarmel Roy Schoenberger Susan Seibert Patricia Shuman Sandra Ulrich Helen Webb Barbara Wenger JUNIORS Arlene Aungst Ruth Belser Helen Kraybill Joan Kraybill Terry Madeira Tom Stouffer Keith Weiss SOPHOMORES Sandra Brackbill Otto Ferrari Linda Hindeman Suzanne Kurtz Dorothy Miller jere Murphy J. Ralph Parrett, jr We 0 ..Sz'udent FIRST ROW: N. Johnson, C. Kaylor, M. E. Wiley, L. Hindman, V. Stoner, S. Brackbill, C Weidner. SECOND ROW: K. Weiss, H. Jones, F. Kraft, B. Reinhold, G. Shank, J, Espenshade R. Parrett, R. Enck. To work diligently for the benefit of the whole student body is the purpose of the Student Council made up of a representative from each homeroom. Besides discussing current school problems and community needs, this group has as an annual project, the Curtis Campaign, the funds from which are used to provide assembly programs for the student body. Other activities include sponsoring the Christmas and Spring Dance, and Council Corner. The supply store for students is a Council project originated to accommodate the students. Student Council is an indispensable group which endeavors to find solutions for prevailing problems of the student body. FIRST ROW: S, Eckinger, K. Johnson, L. Wliisler, S. Seibert, B. Landis, B. Riddle, D. Heisey, M Brubaker, K. Kilhefner, B. Espenshade. SECOND ROW: G. MacPherson, S. Chatain, K. Shank J. Hain, A. Garber, C, Good. THIRD ROW: G. Brinser, L. Stouffer, R. Phizenmaier, B. johnson D. Railing, T. Trimble, H. Blough. 7Pu4zau5'wz947Pn,lem2w..,S tv g 1, ,Q i f V CV Aa. A g.'3,,fk.,s-ff., -- 1 ,K , C -...,,:f' fl"""1 eau2vz0 To the familiar "click-click" of Mr. Klaus' baton the stringed instruments, the wind and percussion instruments tuned up at weekly practice sessions to perfect numbers ranging from the classical to the modern. Steadily increasing in size but still remaining a very select group, our eighty-seven piece orchestra. furnished music for assemblies, the library dedication and participated in the annual Community Concert. As in past years, Elizabethtown Area High School was represented at the County, District, and State Orchestra Festivals. DISTRICT ORCHESTRA Mm Zuck REPRESENTATIVES Christine Good Sue Seibert Judy Trostle .14 FIRST VIOLINS: B. Wenger I.. Kaylor M. Zuck S. Miley C. Good V. Stoner S. Olweiler S. Kurtz D. Sweigart S. Morris B. Hollinger K. Helm D. Hoopert S. Gish C. Spickler SECOND VIOLINS: B, McDannell W. Barnes Y. Milspaw C. Fitzpatrick D . Hack C. XX'ertz P. Herr C. Kuntz D. Byron M. Carskadon S. Grubb J, Trego J. Copenhaver R. Kreamer VIOLAS: S. Seibert 1. Trostle O, Ferrari J. Espenshade N. Schoener S. Seibert P. Shiffer N. Seibert M. MCAuley S. Brandt CELLO: C. Good B. Espenshude I.. Keiper P. Burg G. Kretsinger R. Xwagner STRING BASS: E. Ricci R. Angstadt PICCOLO: M, Heisey FLIITES: M. Williains J. Fehr S. Kulp OBOES: j. Bishop J. Kraybill CLARINETS: E. Carskudon R. Mumper J, Raider T. Ebersole BASS CLARINET: B. Barnhart BASSOON: K. Kilhefner K. Creager ALTO SAXES: K. Kaylor G. Shank TENOR SAX: N. johnson TRPA I PETS: -I, Kurtz M. Boyer R. Brubaker P. Wfolgemuth D, Giirman R. Parrctt FRENCH HORNS: A. McAuley J. Steelman D. Givens TROMBONES: J. Hess S. Crowe M. Ropka C. Risser TIMPANI: B. Aungst PERCUSSION: T. Trimble G. lNICCurcly J. Zimm T. Myers J. Miller PIANO-BELLS-CI-IIMES S. Brackbill B. I-Iertzler CONDUCTOR: Noah Klauss gaudy? 79 FLUTES: M. Heisey M. Wfilliams J. Fehr S. Kulp J. Prescott A. Garber S. Eckinger OBOES: J. Bishop J. Kraybill CLARINETS: E. Carskadon R. Mumper D. Zook L. Trego J. Bailey C, Palmer P. Drescher A. Clemens K. Creager J. Reicler H. Kenderdine P. Long J. Heisey G. McPherson J. Horton J. Kaylor E. Metzler R. Barr R. Greiner D. Bechtel M. Millar G. Hoover T. Wadsworth ALTO CLARINET: T. Ebersole BASS CLARINET: B. Barnhart BASSOON: K. Kilhefner ALTO SAXES: K. Kaylor G. Shank A. Wenger C. Drescher R. Johnson D. Brinser D. Dempsy TENOR SAXES: N. Johnson J. Lovinger FRENCH HORNS: A. McAuley C. Crill J. Steelman D. Givens E Ro ka - P J. Heitsenrether CORNETS-TRUMPETS: J. Kurtz M. Boyer R. Brubaker D. Garman J. Ibaugh P. Wolgemuth R. Parrett D. Shank L. Bucher J. Barnes P. Herr J. Zarfoss B. Ublig R. Grosh J. 'Ney P. Metzger D. Eckroth C. Kauffman K. Herr J, Kraybill S. Ropka E. Brinser D. Martin D. King P. Wagner J. Wietzel BARITONES: E. Lerch B. Myers TROMBONES: M. Ropka S. Crowe C. Risser D. Wenger W. Hess C. Williamson BASSES: W. Runyan R. Angstarlt C. Mummert D. Herr G. Myers STRING BASS: E. Ricci BELLS-CHIMES R. Gebhart S. Brackbill B. Hertzler C. Good TIMPANI: B. Aungst DRUMS-CYMBALS V. Stoner D, Hack G. McCurdy T. Myers J. Zinn T. Trimble J. Miller G. Cook R. Kreamer Pun af 5.,-mas, FIRST ROW: XP. Hollinger fCapt.J, M. Boyer, M. Raffensperger, G. Heisey, i'B. Aungst. SECOND ROW: YC. Shank, "'B. Espenshade, 'FC Kaylor, WD. Shirk, tj. Charles, SB. Wenger. Hd. Maj. and Leader of Pa. State Champion H. S. Twirling Corps. 1'Members of Pa. State Champion H. S. Twirling Corps. ache gene! Practice Makes Perfect . . . Labor Conquers All . , . those are the mottoes of this spirited, accomplished organization of which E-town is most proud. Activity is continuous for this talented group including our high-stepping, attractive majorettes. The annual park concert, summer baton clinic, the All-Star Twirling Corps participation, parades, football games and concert stage performances round out a full year of service to school and community. Receiving the invitation to appear in the Hershey Stadium and supply half-time en- tertainment at the annual BIG 33 All-State high school grid classic was further proof of the band's far-reaching reputation for outstanding ability. K. vi J E V 5 . 3 ri QL.. DIRECTOR: HEAD MAJORETTE ll Mr. Klauss Barbara Wenger , 5 :hiv ,Q 1' 4 T .V XA E. A . in - E '- ff-H-'7fe?.is f 1 H ....... . i U 0644 LEFT TO RIGHT: G, Sikorski L. Kaylor K. Helm C, Carmichael 5 ganna LEFT TO RIGHT: M. E. Wiley H. Webb C. Good Sascha Wtagauww Carole Shank a Hollinger Capt Janie Charles I fy 1 ' f-ww. .1 ,,, t H www-7 'fa-Fff my - "'k N-.7 f- . W :fi V , . . -3. .. .E . 1-- "h '0gx':.ii eff fwivmgf -" V t P- ev, ' A ' ' yn it g a in' sis " ..' A :wiv i f -,-if 4 - ' Eilkibif A J , ft' i 'EK Q ., ' f ..,. . - it , v y t Q 1' ' E3 ' l - ' ,-,, 1 . L. f ' f, - t-i1f,fvptgLg2f+s,i,:vw, fffix .':fi'g,ji'ffW1 Qi S .. H " - A W . 1' t , V, wyp w- iv dew' fs, .' 2.,1y,2.. 1, 'vp -of-y.J :E'.':'. -- 1' H - Va., ' Ev, " My 14351. ,, I ,gn M an M-'f, ',g "iL"','.I+,- "1-"'if:5'L"-E:."-,.i , . W W , -V , ' .- . A w w f ' it . ' I ' 'F-511 'Lf-ti-.'.i-1"?2x1..2451 .-."'fH,Qi' his i:":4,,f' fff',-.Q Z" .- f tiff, -JH 4' ' f gw ' wyf. fi I 4 The Show begins "H:1rk. the I-Iemld Angels Sing" I . . Q.. I - ' t S ?'. Y " L7 ' 'bd'-'3-ff ' "L'J43 W sf -Q w - va-f 'I' " ' " . if 7- - . w , W UJ?guf"z!Sg,,' y -g ffffr,mv-n,,,..,'-,, ,gy 4, - f Vi . ., .-,, .ji . - W t at we 4 M.,,.,3. .L Q t,f,,- gfgwtgf -' .:,.e ' , - -' f' 1 " awk Q, Q xy 2,,.,' 2, i . W 155, L , yi Q ,ygww te, ' -' MN V H: , :wx f as ,W I Q..-Li f, fa' J iz Li.-ab' .f ' t- -if K 5' 15511556 ? ':5wfl-di. 3' yi ff,-Fn5"11e1':EQ ,Ji 5? H .. ai A211257 , I Q 4155 f. K' ' -AL' K ' W- ' ' K ' -:ig-QA . i 5 lzfqt, , if vgffsifeffifl- A it ifE"'?fE"ili5 " gk Me w f i " i " ?l5:21iQ",?i ' JM-'V-r'f.f"' 1LJs"'i'i' ff' f -V- - f f we-f f 4 1. if W, ,553-wtyfgt--,x,.t, ,-M ,Uk -. f-Newt: , . .. i s-.ww iwfewi 7 Msitzzfif .11.:e1f2akL.: M 1 'Wifi' -' f -w 5-A f , -'Q Mai, --., 7 V31 ' wt it .iw V A X -5' itz,-'wif-f-, ir' if '- e N-, ' Everybody Ready? Playing with fire again. 4' .432 .Q I-Ii, mom, L Locked Out? XX'ho has the key? ' ,M ,531 j.4,,:4-9gy..sf-4-4-N " , N. -., -4 NH X 5 wk ...QN- -X 4 i,iei V V-v:..:,i1i:if ',1h , U :Q,:i.fg f Eif ,i,:,E . M t I The major-cttes at Halloween-as hewitching ,ls always, Christmas Caroling-Millard Style 95 aac2vz7fcg40 cuzchfzgaad., . W. Learning the basic fundamentals and techniques of instrumental playing is the purpose of the young musicians in the junior High Band and String Orchestra. That training accompanying the inspired ambition to be a part of the high school musical groups makes up the success story of our Sr. Band and Sr. Orchestra. The half-time appearance of the Junior Band and junior Majorettes is the highlight of the school's annual Jamboree Celebration during football season. Over two hundred area grade school and jr. High girls presented a unique pom-pom and twirling routine on that occasion to the combined bands rendition of "KING COTTON." FIRST ROW: S. Seibert, P. Shiffer, J. Steelman, C. Wertz, C. Kuntz. SECOND ROW: S. Brandt, B. Espenshade, C. Good. L. Keiper, B. Hertzler. I I I FLUTESZ J. Miller S. Eckinger A. Garber C. Fike S. Spickler CLARINETS: E. Metzler T. Wz1rlsxx'0rth G. MacPherson R. Barr rl. Kaylor C. Rhen J. Horton R. Greiner M. Miller G. Hoover J, Loser SAXOPHONES: D. Dempsey D. Snyder D. Brinser J. Lovinger D. Berrier HORNS: J. Heitsenrether E. Ropka BASSES: D. Herr R. Angstadt BELLS: P. Herr CORNETS AND TRUMPETS: E. Brinser K. Herr D. King P. Wfagner D. Hoopert G. William R. Kain D Martin JA Lehman TROMBONES 'E' giih C. Williamson ' W. Hess 5 G. Myers ' T. R. Gasho R ggffiglan T. Chapman ' D Rolirer DRUMS: J. Appleby ' R. Dfgsghef T. Trimble G Groslm J- Nglllfif R. Mumper G- 00 G Espenshade R. Krcamer FIRST ROW: C. Baldwin, D, Cricler, J. Copenhaver, R. Kreamer, S. Wlmcmllens. M. Cnrskanlon, N. Seibert. SECOND ROW: S. Grubb, J. Trego, P. Herr, D. Byron, M. McAuley, N. Scliocncr. THIRD ROW: R. Wagner, G. Kretsinger. B. Angstudt. P. Burg. ,4 Z 704405 SOPRANO: M. Wiley, R. Belser, R. Fink, C. Carmichael, C. Sweigart, J. Catron. M, Miller, S Taylor, D. Snyder, D. Myer, B. Gottry, M. Metzler, M. Charles, S. Miller, F. Martin, S. Hain, Y Milspaw, E. Lerch, B. McDannel, J. XX"ert. ALTO: P. Shuman, P. Drescher, T. Madeira, D. Brenne- man, P. Risser, J. Oliver, C. Horning, L. Hindman, L. Zeigler, M. Heisey, F. Smith, B. Wenger, J Trostle, S. Olweiler, M. Zuck, S, Seibert, S. Kurtz, D. Hoopert, J. Bailey, V. Stoner, S. Brackbill. P. Hollinger. TENOR: John Mader, K. Weiss, M. Evans, D. Garman, L. Weidman. BASS: E Strickler, C. Strickler, R. Zug, H. Jones, B. Fike, J. Helm, J. Ihaugh, O, Ferrari, Ed. Ricci, M Boyer, E. Carskadon, R. Parrett. cache Creating masterpieces of sight and sound, our exceptionally fine Mixed Chorus joined the other choral groups, under the expert direction of Mr. Charles Millard, to present two memorable performances-"SCENES OF CHRISTMAS" and "WAY OFF BROADWAY"-to appreciative audiences. On these occasions, the art department worked closely with the vocal department to design and construct impressive settings for effective background. DIRECTOR: Mr. Charles Millard ACCOMPANIST: 'l eiry Madeira Seadvz Seztd B. Wenger, C. Carmichael. M. Heisey. C. Horning. P. Shuman, P. Hollinger. Sevukw Sabah C. Carmichael. M. Wiley, C. Sweigart. L Weidman Danube Dale Garman 1+ P.. . mocha 71422 , S, Taylor, Seztet D. Hoopert, L. Hindmun, S. Kurtz, S. Brackbill, V. Milspaw, L. Ziegler. M. Miller, P. Risscr. 99 gr 0 0 es 0 ' L S' '14 fa- - t we . s . ,L 6 5 rf I . Jah ii. A ij K , 1 Lk E . - f 1 f . ' W 1 'Er Q 'A f gy g Q ' FIRST ROW: M. Carskadon, S. Myer, B. Knehr, j. Spickler, L. Lichty, M. Dourte, J. Ebersole, M. Weigle, D. I-Ieisey, M. Smith, L. Garber. SECOND ROW: P. Hetrirk, J. Copenhaver, N. Seibert, B. Riddle, C. Crum. K. Wfolgemuth. S. Wfoolens, D. Whgner, D. Schoenberger, L. Garber, D. Becker, M. Brubaker. THIRD ROW: D. Byron. S. Moore. N. Schoener, P. Burg. M. Senior, D. Rice, C. Crill, E. Roadarmel, L. Whisler, E. Trostle, C. Miller, P. Herr. 9'-Q Aa -c ' . if -2 All junior High Chorus members desire to learn the fundamentals of good singing. The girls vocal rendition of a group of favorite show tunes complete to the construction of a surrey before our eyes in the spring concert made their performance a memorable one. It was an inspired group of jr. High boys who gave an outstanding musical presenta- tion of the German carol, "O'Tannenbaum" along with the lighting of the Christmas tree in a novel arrangement on the night of the holiday concert. . Y, ' 11 as . . . i e.+iS.frg. . ' . I I 'M' . A .ba is l "K 'N WE - I 5' . - Tv C gf Q- Q I 5 - ...S I 'E J R Q .4 R ' ' ii. 1 ' af FIRST ROW: J. Bishop, C. Kuntz, C, Wertz, M. Weaver, I.. Crain, B. Espcnshade, L. Keiper, K. Kilhefner, S. Brandt. SECOND ROXW: P. Shiffcr, S. Stout, R. Frey, K. Itzoe, J. Ruhl, J. Longe- necker, M. I-Iehda, M, Ruffenshergcr, E. Hcrtzler. THIRD ROXW: S. Robbins, J. Langley, G. Garber, S. Seibert, J. Frye, E, Smith, J, Fehr, D. Gantz, C. Good, C. Oliver, B. Brubaker. FIRST ROW: J. Miller, T. Trimble, J. Miller, T. Parrott, R. Recd, C. Williams, W. Bastress, F. Hynicker, B. Burot. SECOND ROW: E. O'Conner, J. Myers, S. Garber, G. Miller, J. Smith, L. Bucher, E. Brinser, G. MucI'hcrson. THIRD ROW: A. Black, D. Erkruth. C. Donough, J. Kraybill, C. Kauffman, P. Metzger, J. Belser, S. Rupka, B. Hcrtzler, D. Givens. ' ' Omg' FIRST ROVU: Mr. XVert, Mrs. Steelman, S, Miller, M. S. Heisey, S. Deitrich, C. Horning, N. Thome, G. Fisher, D. Hoopert. S. Kurtz. L. Hindman, M. A. Horne, P. Dresser, 1. Kraybill, P. Hollinger. SECOND ROW: S. Hain, S, Braclcbill, T. Rehrer, L, Zeigler. Y, Milspaw. S. Seibert Uiresj, M. Kuhn CV. Pj, K. Helm, S. Kaylor, B. XX'enger, J. Oliver, K. Finkbintler. 7.7.1-f. The May E. Gross Chapter strives to cultivate high ideals in students interested in the education field. Under the leadership of Mrs. Sarah Steelman and Mr. Ned Wert, members participated in a classroom observing and teaching program. The club was active in district and state projects, as well as school events. SEATED: S. Baker, J. Ciibble, C. Linn, H. Webb, N, Thome, M. Rathmell, R. Sauble. STANDING: Dr. Vfalmer, L. Kaylor, N. Martin, Mrs, Baker, K. Helm. B. Roadarmel, B. Bowers. , . CJ C, 72.14. Advised by Mrs. Baker, the school nurse, the liuture Nurses of America Club en- deavors to acquaint its members with the basic fundamentals of the nursing profession. Its activities include lectures concerning particular branches of medicine and tours of various medical institutions. gM -1-7 i ii, , I02 -- e SIZATEDQ J. Ginder. A. Miller, B. McLane, M. Kuhn, D, Calhoun, M. Smith. STANDING: V. Mummau, E. Ebersole, J. Wert, P. Nelson, V. Gobrecht, Mrs. Donmoyer, L. Hess fpresidentj, J. Weaver, B. Meyerhoffer, D. Ebersole, M. Hynicker, S. Dohner. 7.71'f.f4. Opportunity for development of student initiative in planning and performing home- making activities is imparted by the Future Homemakers of America Club. This years F.H.A. is affiliated with both the state and district organization. Advised by Mrs. Donmoyer, the girls strive toward better home and living conditions, and intelligent participation in community affairs. FIRST ROVU: VI. Gish, D, Miller. L. Weidler, J. Miller, I. Engle, J. Long. R. Myers, R. Greenwalt. SECOND ROW: L. Brandt, j. Saylor. C. Brandt. R. Snavely, K. Myers, J. Fry, J. Gibble, D, Gates, R. Stark. THIRD ROXV: P. Ober, D. Keener, R. Gantz, E. Shoop, M. Brandt, G. Kreiner, W. Hackman. Absent when photo was taken- -K. Hummer, QPresidentj . . . . . . . ' 9' The Future Farmers of America is a non-profit, non-political, non-sectarian -f JXVYNQ V A ' D ' - x farm youth organization of voluntary membership, designed to take its place along D , 'XXEX with other organizations striving for the development of leadership, the building TI E, X of a more permanent agriculture, and the improvement of country life, - ' 'fly XXX ' ly This year, under Mr. Henningefs advisorship, the FFA members organized a I I ,fyiyff V, dp N I . A ,f I f V I X Q hog and calf chain program. ff' '03 X . W . 1 za- 7415- 2 "To Create, maintain, and extend throughout the home, school and community high standards of Christian characteru is the purpose of the Tri-Hi-Y, the high school girls organization affiliated with the YMCA. Some of the highlights of this year's program were a Mother and Daughter Tea, Holy Week early morning devotional services for the student body, and a Christmas program and party for the patients at Phil Haven Hospital. Advisers to the Senior High and junior High Clubs are Mrs. Shumberger, Mrs. Wiley, and Miss Donovan. FIRST ROW: N. Johnson, V. Gobrecht, N. Thome, L. Kaylor fPres,j, M, Horne fcenterj, H. Webb, M. Patschke, M. Heisey. SECOND ROW: K. Hulk. C. Weidner, C. Horning, M. Jacoby, J. Oliver, S. Kurtz, D. Hoopert, G. Fisher, S, Miller, A. Miller, S. Deitrich, L. Hindman, M. Shumberger. THIRD ROW: F. Smith, S. Hain, B. Wenger, E. White, M, Wiley, C. Carmichael, N. Martin, S. Seibert, C. Linn, L. Zeigler, D. Dertzler. EQ? FIRST ROW: C. Ricedorf, B. Brubaker, M, L. Hebda, E. Smith, S. Stout. SECOND ROW: B Setttler, D. Herr, J. Shank, P. Long, E. Sheaffer, M. Snyder, M. B. Dressher, R. M, Frey, K Volger, M. Way, L. Stumph, J. Frye, P. Robinson. THIRD ROW: D. Gantz, A. Clemens, K Creager, J. Heisey. FIRST ROW, I.. to R.: S. Hostetter, A, Gnrber, J. Hain fPres.J, I.. Garber. C. Crum, S. Hipple. SECOND ROW: Miss Donovan, N. Fisher. L. Clark. M, Smith. A. Brenner, J. Geibe, C. Hayes, B, Robinson. W. Smith, S. Ibuugh, N. Oberholtzer, I.. Horning. THIRD ROXW: P, Coble, J. Dunlcelberger, J. Groff. F. Petersen, P. Geblmrdt. S. Morre, D. Hoover, A. Frantz, We- 71 The Hi-Y Club for boys is il companion organization to the girls, Tri-Hi-Y. Together P. Hetrich, Chernow, C. Fike. they form a character building youth program sponsored by the YMCA. The purpose of the Hi-Y is to develop Christian personalities and strengthen the qualities of leader- ship in Jr. and Sr. High. 'SW FIRST ROVV, I.. to R.: G. Kishbaugh, B. Kready, R, Snyder, D. Pfoutz. J. Loser. SECOND ROW: D. Raugh, J. Kretzing, D. Westover, F, Miller, M. Devenney. THIRD ROW: T. Owen, R. Koch. G. Dannelley, L. Forry, D. Roberts. FIRST ROW", I.. to R.: J. Oweiler, J. Shaw. R. XX'ilson, T. Stritkler. C. li.iltlwin, J, Monthock, T. Pnrret, F, Heineger, J. Young. I., Christ. SECOND ROXV: T. Hoftmen. S. Rice. D. Snyder. O. Stillwugner. S. Reinhold. T, Shaw. B. Yohn, INIrilmtfe.y. J. Miller, D, lierrier. THIRD ROWY R. Ringluben, D. Snyder. T. Sehueffer. S. Chastain, D, VanOr1ner, P. Brudey, C. Metfler, W. Minnick, S, Garber, E. O'Conner, C. Shank, FOURTH ROW: D. Breed, K. Baker, R. Reed, E. Kipp, R. Coble, J. Peters, M, Thomas, T. Grciner, P, Royer. uewte and A.,vw9"c'1o I 5 -If ' 2 f' l. 'e 4 106 14x14 FIRST ROW: R. Schoenberger, -I. Gibble, R. Sauble, F. Boylan, Mr. Hunsecker. SECOND ROW: E. Stauffer, C, Boyer, J. Becker, K. Chastain. The Current Events Club broadens its horizons by enlightening its members on current world situations and problems. Informally conducted and moderated by Mr. Hunsecker, the club members have discussed projects on local, state, and international levels. FIRST ROW: R. Neuman, R. Gebhard. SECOND ROW: S. Hain, C. Horning, S. Seibert, N johnson, S. Brackbill, L. Hindman. THIRD ROW: 1. Kurtz, F. Moquin, T. Stoffer, R. Parrett, J Espenshade. FOURTH ROW: O. Ferrari, E, Carskadon. Mr. Dotterer, B. Filce, E. Richi. Made up of Senior High students whose interests lie in the fields of science and mathematics, the Engineering Club is capably guided by Mr. Dotterer. The Thursday evening meetings provide for group work and for help in individual projects. t J . .iihurf V wwf K Left to Right: J. Reider, T. Byerly, G. Enck, J. Cramer, R. Book, R. Halbleib, D. Loser, B. Borry, D. Hoopert, A. Becker, B. Bucks, J. Helm. J. Carter, A. Myer, M. Ebersole, G. Hemperly, B. Hertzlerg Absent: J. Witmer, B. Derr, H. Ebersole. A newly organized group, the Earth Science Club concentrates upon collecting mineral specimens and studying their geological background. Under the direction of Mr. Rodgers, students are encouraged to increase their individual mineral collections. FIRST ROW: B. Borry, R. Kriner, B. Yohn. SECOND ROW: V. Nissley, C. Palmer, D. Loser, F. Moquin, J. Kreamer, H. Ebersole, D. Gutshall, J. Carter. THIRD ROW: D. Ibberson, R. Horne. R. Halbleib, J. Kretzing, E. Powell, J. Garman, B. Owens. R. Bucks. Under the leadership of Mr. Steinhart, the Astronomy Club strives to better under- stand the universe. One of their main interests is the application of mathematics to the study of astronomy. They also enjoy their many interesting field trips. FIRST ROW: H. jones, D. Albright, T, Spickler, R, Kishbaugh, M. Evans, D. Koch, B. Fike, K. Weiss, G. Kishbaugh, 1. Loser, CPres.j. SECOND ROW: S. Donnely, B. Carskadon, j. Mader, G. Fultz, T. Stouffer, R. Snyder, B. Best, E. Carskadon, F. Kraft. Offering their services for school and community projects, the Key Club is a branch of an international organization sponsored by the Kiwanis Clubs throughout their respective areas. The club functions in numerous services such as checking hats and coats at school programs, selling fair tickets, collecting for deserving charity causes, and purchasing the school auditorium's flag. ii ll ll 1 Y O l u l FIRST ROW: M. E. Wiley, D. Wood, R. Beck, S. Ulrich, E. White. SECOND ROW: E. Carskadon, K. Weis, S. 1. Baker, CPres.j, G. Donnelly. The objective of the Canteen Council is to provide social entertainment in the form of Saturday night dances for junior and Senior High School students. The annual Varsity Drag, planned by the Council, is one of the main events on the school's social calendar. Mr. Trimble is the competent faculty adviser to this group. I 1 l I ame gc. L. to R.: C. Good, R. Blocker, L. Stewart, J. Weaver. Absent-S. Yoder. Not just looking ahead but to enrich their present teen-age role in the feminine world, these girls have supplemented their earlier Home Economics training with further 3 study and activity, Great satisfaction was theirs as the finished product in these advanced .5 adventures had the touch of an expert. fy 'Eval 0086 6. L. to R.: Mrs. Heistand, J. Yohn, J. Royer, W. Dupes, W. Christ, J, Loser, B. Reinhold, R. Bentzel, XV. Embry. Included in the activity program, is Boys' Elective Homemaking which is not a club, but a class which adds credit toward graduation. The boys learn basic fundamentals which will be applicable throughout their lives. Although the fellows did a small amount of baking, they centered their interest on sewing. I09 L. to R.: L. Forry, C. Barr, K. Helm, M. Cressler, D. Moyer. With Mr. Dotterer as their capable adviser, the members of the Chess Club eagerly await their monthly meetings. Their main purpose is to gain skill and a better under- standing of the ancient game of chess. L. to R., FIRST ROW: J. Fackler, M, Hemperly, S. Olweiler, P. Forrey, Miss Mengel, S. Saltzer, M. Walters P. Nelson, D. Miller, A. Miller, K. Lehman, H. Webb. SECOND ROW: J. Ginder, R. Blocher, V Gobrecht, L, Weaver, C. Linn, F. Smith, B. Aurlgst, L, Zeigler, B, Bowers. Interested in both serving the library and in procuring knowledge in library manage- ment, the members of the Library Club contribute their time worthily. Miss Mengel's capable assistants enable their fellow students to utilize the vast storehouse of knowledge contained in the library's facilities. ewan do me B. Roadarmel, G. Sikorski, M. Horne, Mr. Wert, C. Crownover, C. Stumpf, D. Florshutz, J. Langley, S. Miley, T. Stoffer, L, Landis, P. Greider, L. Mason, M. Seitz, S. Metzler, D. Deitrich, J. Good, R. Palmer. The Art Club is an informal club in which the students are encouraged to express themselves creatively. Ceramics, paintings and other art crafts are products of this club. FIRST ROW: V, Millspaw, R. Parrett, L. Hindman. SECOND ROW: J. Murphy, D. Garman, J. Langley, T. Reher, S. Kurtz. Inexperience gave way as the junior Reporters, under Miss Tyson's counseling, at- tempted to master basic journalism arts by receiving instruction in lead writing, feature stories, headlines and proof reading. They can now accept the challenge of writing for The Blue and White with ease. am' gmw FIRST ROW: J. Cain, G. Gobrecht, T. Landis, R. Saylor, B. Shaw, G. Meyerhoffer, B. Brosey, L. Troutman, R. Wagner, B. Kedell, B. Kready. SECOND ROW: W. Dupes, M. Hilsher, R. Florshultz, J. Kretzing, L. Witmer, J. Turner, S. Aldinger, R. jumper, J. Smith, 1. Royer. THIRD ROW: D. Crider, K. Anchors, J. Costello, T. Owen, -If Koser, J. Good, B. Embry, K. Wagner, G. Bevan. A physically fit body is a healthy body! The purpose of the Intramural Sports program is to provide an opportunity for students to participate in sports activities in addition to the regular gym classes. Cooperation and coordination are the key words to success in the boys and girls Intramural Clubs. FIRST ROW: W. Yohn, W. Schoenberger, M. Mummau, B. Aller, D. Gallagher, D. Shank, H Hostetter, J. Shaw, M. Hershey, S. Block, R. Gasho, A. Black. SECOND ROW: P. Olweiler, 1 Costello, W. Bretz, C. Metzler, B. Germer, E. O'Conner, H. Krick. S. Maxwell, G. Engle, S Garber, M. Weaver, B. Owen, R. Kriner, THIRD ROW: S. Carter, M. Bucks, R. Halbleib, W Zinkel, J. Halfer, M. Rutt, J, Appleby, T. Greiner, G. Grosh, R. Reed, I.. King. mwzq ,416 FIRST ROW: D. Helfer, A. Gates, M. Martin, C. Ricedorf, M. Weaver, C. Greene, M. Landis C. Weidner, D. Snyder, J. Carl, M. Landis, J. Bender. SECOND ROW: J. Heisey, J. Garber M. Srneltz, D. Miller, S. Miller, G, Stehman, K. I-Ialk, M. Way, P, Helfer, R. Floyd, P. Robinson THIRD ROW: D. Robinson, N, Johnson, M. Oakley, L. Weaver, R. M. Myer, B. Brubaker, S Riddle, E. Eshleman, J. Moyer, S. Crum, S. XX'ilson, T. Gobrecht. FIRST ROW: S. Rothrock, S. Grubb, XV. Norton, D, Heisey, L. Hess, S. Kipp, B. Shank, K Johnson, P. Robbins, K. Shank, L. Romig, J. Turner. SECOND ROW: L. Horning, E. Landis, L Garber, N. Schoener, D. Rice, S. Myer, C, Hipple, J. Black, E. Roadarmel, B. Robinson, P Miller. THIRD ROW: B, Ebersole, C. Rhen, M. Moquin, F. Good, J. Costello, L, Beyer, B Riddle, J. Hossler. J. Barth, N. Bell, C. Mehaffy, S. Shengas. EAHS CHQRUS OPENS YULEWDE SEASON it The annual Christmas Choral Cnnr'Aex?i will be presented tomorrow night, Dec. L0 at 8 p.m. in the high school auditcrzr'i.unr. The combined choruses of EAI-IS, under direct'on of . ' 1 dellve jf, pzr e ization Our bi-monthly newspaper is one of the most important aspects of school life at E.A.H,S. Eagerly, we awaited its delivery and settled down to a column by column reading as we brought ourselves to date on what happened and what was about to take place. The popular feature "Round E.A.H.S." covered every nook and corner and sur- prised many a student that something he did was news. This versatile staff with Mr. Prices help, gave the school its independently edited and printed paperga "first" after many years of ELIZABETHTOWN CHRONICLE association. dam-av full TRACI?wfIxY'iI'CEZ-C0RNlfi1Al.L 'ft The Track Team easily defeated Corn- wall on May 10, The score was 68 to 48. First place: Glen Smith, high hurdles, Greg Miller, 2205 Dick Koch, 100 ydi dash, and 4403 Jim Yohn, shot and javeling Wilm mer Dupes, pole vault, Jim Hess, high jump. Second place: Jim Hilsher, 100 yd, das Howard Jones, mileg Otto Ferrari, 4405 Jim Yohn, discus, Tom Owens, pole vault, Howard Jones, 880g Steve Donnelly, 2205 Bevilacqua, javeling Houston Neill, high jumpg Carska- don, broad jump. Third place: Mark Devenny, high hurd- les and low hurdlesg Rip Reinhold, mileg R. Evans, pole vault and 880g Becker, 2203 Houston Neill, javeling ieisey, high jump. Coach Wolf's Trackmen finished the regular season in wecor pl :e with a 7i-l record. Congratulations or a successful year. II4 fuel! Dua ARE THEE W L SE.Nioi22S 77' ' ' Z1 Y X Y "x 1 ij! ' , f , kd M -q t ' . . iff. ,Q-Q. rx 'f' sxgivi-It it M In x f Mr. Price, C. Miller, G, Sikorski, N. Thome, R. Gebhard, fliditorj, H. Webb, G. Withers, A. Miller, L. Landis, K. Lehman, M. Kuhn, L. Weaver, G. Fisher, T. Rehrer, J. Kauffman, E. Coble, E. Lewis, M. Walters, T. Stouffer, M. Landis, V. Kauffman. ' ' Snag R. Stone, P. Herr, J. Becker, D. Stoner, W. Keck, J. Wohlfiel. ' . i P S5 f H' -:L-"' Q' ml 5'-3 .12 ff ",..,"'.1N K-,,,. 'Q-" I I5 "ghd, Smead eww" . , 2 W "3's2S? il W W , ,I gl 4 1940 f A ii. ' . 'Y' '.g:.. 5 ' ' t 1 ' ,ik il . 135'--I Lll4357""'N - ' K QQ: 051, 1 'x g Q :t-' 1' 1 4, R dugg r, N' ' Wy -' ' 1: All it fl' V 55 6 ' L -'F' V U F -ff P if l L y9f! ,5amMWMX, f V QQ' X721 " il W rl " Z' 'gn . .f ' . f -:ff-r"':':-f N - 11 'Ut' 'X D e f 7967 "Tho' worlds may fall, one thing shall never totter-the cherished memory of our Alma Mater." Although written many years ago, these words still hold true, and the yearbook staff worked many long hours to make sure these memories were as complete and pleasant as possible. First, a theme had to be choseng then a cover had to be selected. Pictures, write-ups, captions were arranged and rearranged into desirable lay-outs. As deadline hour ap- proached, work tempo increased to a feverish pitch until the last page was mailed to the printer. However, the Class of '61's ambition for a unique, all-inclusive annual would not have been realized had it not been for the invaluable, experienced help of Mr. Daniel Hoopert, our advisor. FIRST ROW: S. Miley, Artg B. Wenger, Ed. in Chief, Pat Shuman, Treasurer. SECOND ROW: J. Charles, Sec.g P. Greider, Photo.g M. Boyer, D. Moyer, Bus.g S. Ulrich, Typingg M. S. Heisey, it. II6 L SW! FIRST ROW: Helen Geigle, Sandra Ulrich, Carole Shank, Diane Wfood, Put Shuman, Judy Gibble, Mr. Hoopert fAclv.j, Judy Bair, Shirley Miley. SECOND ROW: jim Hess, David Moyer CCO-Ed.J, Emily White, Marcella Wfilliams, Marvin Boyer QEd.Q, Carol Linn, Vicky Gobrecht, Ethel Sloat, Delores Snyder, Donna Styer. SW! FIRST ROW: Lincla Kaylor, Kathy Helm, Margie Sue Heisey. CEd,j, jan Oliver, Roy Schoenberger. SECOND ROXV: Ruth Gebhard, Pattie Hollinger, Bonnie Roadarmel, Helen Webb, Melinda Jacoby, Sue Seibert, Mary Ellen Wiley, Nancy Thome. it Q df ix 3 it ..,. . 45? , iii. X F A fi Q E15 E ,,-,,f,,....,f M it i . EMF, iiiy xi, , ,.,,.,, - Lg PHOTO STAFF R.: ADVISER .,.--J Sara jane Baker, Pat Greider fEdt.j, Mary Anne Horne, jenn ADVISER: Daniel Hoopert I I7 Fackler, Elaine Eshleman, Suzy Deitrich. 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Kready, H. Jones, G. Smith, W. Dupes, G. Funk, B. Reinhold, G. Kishbaugh, R. Koch, J. Royer. SIXTH ROW: .D. Crider, J. Hess, J. Smith, J. Koser, J. Good, K. Kaylor, E. Carskadon, R. Best, J. Yohn, A. Shissler. Thanks to the efforts of these athletes, the managers, and cheerleaders, the sports picture at E.A.H.S. for 1960-'61 was a great one! As Varsity Club members, they represent the talent which won titles, near-titles and made a good showing at all our competition. These all-sports leaders, with club advisers, sponsored the E-town Faculty vs. World Champ-Eagles basketball game and launched the second spectacular gym show to raise funds for the purchase of the blazers and sweaters the seniors may so proudly wear. O .mwiWacce4 can I0 0 . . ill'- 'ggi STANDING, L. to R.: C. Coulson, C. Spickler, F. Smith. KNEELING: L. Hindman, M. Zuck, S. J. Baker, D. Wood, S. Kurtz. eachfa 21' Pep and personality characterized our cheerleading squad to supply the strongest single element behind our school's enthusiastic spirit. During the cold autumn nights, when football was the main attraction, the girls led the crowd in urging our team to victory. When winter came, the field of combat changed to the basketball court, andthe cheerleaders continued their chore of cheerleading the team. Those neatly ex- ecuted cheers came only after persevering drill under the coaching of Miss Rhenish. The cheerleaders' assemblage includes seniors Sara jane Baker, Captain, and Diane Wood. OD eaiofz eachfa DIANE WOOD SARA J. BAKER CENTER: C. Oliver, Capt. SECOND ROW, L. to R.: D. Schaeffer, N. Fisher, B, Riddle. STANDING: E. Smith, B. Brubaker. Ken Kaylor SENIOR md Iron 4' Stars .af Glenn Smith 1 of... ...a V Wfilmer DupCS jim Good Glenn Punk Dick Koch Bob Best Bill Bicsccker Tim Yohn 214.745, Wafwdq 74055436 . . . Six ?elZ pug to Wad-Wcdaa 1 xt gy . ' ' 4Q-: 5. V:v.-. I zv' i I V VlA-, ,,,l v,,? M V . V f. ff'-1. 7 , :,-- --f,A,v,,,' g. , g,, w 2 I . R -,.V Vllzv 2 :,,,.., D 3...-., J . 3. L, ey21:5'.g: 1 l 52? if ...:, 1- 1 mA VQ 23152.32 2::,.E Q ,,, .,E. . . EL? lli fvl 5 aging-.A if if ...""" Y -wfz A ., , . W ' -' '1" T s ' Q 5 T D i s R' 54-f""42"' M ' fE'- , zll: A.':2 , , 1 , " , ,g , - -H' :fE'-A1'A T "'A' 2" ' 2': .1-1 ','A '-Q' A-1' c'f:12r 4.". '-l' -f'2AlM' ' f ' s asa aa a 37528 V may .A tif.. .QE ,.5. . g,,,,,j..... .. g VK.:-. .-,, ,,. .. J' ,gl vljigg IQE. ,., .1 ..,.g h ' D I 1 t V, , , fl . 'L ,:,v i .1 -K... I ins.. . 1. .. -Q in A- A A .Q . . --ta 4 -t . .-T251 -a t-a t 1 gh - El? i J ,Q .. . .. y I W - ff. l"M"H"'. 01.2.9 M . .... as ' . f"e.v-11.2295 .H '1's'I!!. .. s FIRST ROW: J, Wohlfeil tMgr.J, R, Koch, W. Biesecker, J. Royer, W. Embry, E. Carskadon, J. Yohn, R. Best, K. Kaylor, W. Dupes, B. Reinhold, J. Good, G. Funk, G. Smith. SECOND ROW: R. Flourshultz, L. Barnhart, D. Deitrich, D. Crider, W. White, L. Borrell, J. Groff, Bruce Carskadon, M. Devenny, J. Campbell, C, Weiss, B. Herr, R, Enck. THIRD ROW: N. johnson, J. Kretzing, T. Spickler, K. Keener, J. Bevilacqua, T. Owens, H. Kroesen, K. Emenheiser, E. Ricci, J. Sweigart, G. Dannelley, D. Albright, G. Fultz, J. Brenner, jim Baker. Spirit, teamwork, coaching,-all blended together for a season's record of 6-3 in Con- ference competition. The winning scores found E-town indisputedly the victor by large margins, the losses were in closely contested games. A coordinated offense and deter- mined defense made E-townls "men of might" look good to uphold the school's honor in county football history. We 7am Wwe dl We Www . 'Y :flag- ' ei I 24 I 50" ' 22 15' ,4 Zum.. Spa-az .X XX FIRST ROW: R. Horne, J. Winsett, M. Hershy, G. Schoenrock, D. Hoopert, G. Spickler, D. Snyder, L. Lyter, R. Carl, D. Miller. SECOND ROW: C. Kauffman, G. Coble, E. Metzler, J. Steelman, J. Caine, M. McKinne. THIRD ROW: Mr. Enck, H. Kenderdine, P, Metzger, G. Miller. B. Heisey, L. King, D. Good, B. Johnson, J. Appleby, -I. Smith, R. Grosh, T. Landis, M. Burguss. FOURTH ROW: E. Ropka, C. Coble, B. johnson, C. Baker, L. Stauffer, T. Ebersole, B. Uhlig, J. Heisey, A. Wenger, L. Wittle. gm.. my ymwz A determined Junior High football team put plenty of sweat and concentration into their game but having met with injuries early in the season, their promising potential was handicapped. Defeating Warwick and Solanco gave the squad the satisfaction of well-earned victory. i 74eWccZof:4?leawl..,5,b0uZ,..7 H5 FIRST ROW: R. Gebhard, C. Weidner, D. Wood, S. Ulrich, S. Seibert, M, Williams, S. Bakery. N. Thome, D. Styer. SECOND ROW? M. S. Heisey fMgr.j, M. Dresher, M. Hebda, M. Patschke, C. Greene, T. Gobrecht, J. Fehr, G. Fisher, E. Lewis, L. Hindman, D. Shirk, S. Morris, Mrs. Hoover fCoachJ. THIRD ROW: M. Horne fScorekeeperj, K. Finkbinder, B. Brubaker, M. Zuck, D. Derstler, M. Kuhn, L. Zeigler, M. Miller, D. Hoopert, S. Kurtz, Y. Milspaw QMgr.j, Janice Moore QMgrJ. With clashing sticks and blaring whistles, the 1960361 E.A.H.S. hockey games ran true to the established record of other years and upheld the schoolls enviable reputation of being unconquerable. For the eleventh straight year, the girls have won the Lancaster County Championship. These victories were the result of many long, hard practices under the inspiring, capable leadership of Mrs. Hoover who has a way of installing the will to win along with upholding high standards of good sportsmanship. 7oz ffctcbn jim -3 if ,,-.e: Pequea Valley . Donegal ..... ,. Man. Twp. . . Hempfield ...... Man. Central ..,,. Garden Spot . Warwick Conestoga Valley ..., EAI-IS OPP ,. 3 O .. 2 1 2 0 2 1 2 0 .. . 5 2 2 O , , 5 2 rcella Willialns Capt. Donna Styer Carol Weidner Mrs. Hoover, Coarla Sue Selbert Capl. Marcella Williams Sue Seibefg Co-Capt. Capt, Nancy Sandy Ulrich Sara jane Baker Diane WooLl Ruth Gebharcl I2 7 i 5 7445- ' emu. ,. ' Effect C0464 CD 1 in R 'Q -7acaa LEFT TO RIGHT: H. Neil, J. Yohn, E. Carskadon, G. Kishbaugh, B. Reinhold, D. Albright, 1. Campbell, D. Stoner, A. Shissler. ' 3 Cage history seemed about to be made as Coach Millerls hardwood hoofers started the season rolling up victorious scores in the first four games. After defeating Palmyra, Donegal, Ephrata and Penn Manor, seven more wins were added to give the team better than average ratings with an 11-6 record. I X W, l :za Zfpmwi ' z.Wwz4cZq FIRST ROW: C. Shank fMgr.J, R, Enck, J. Brenner, G. Fultz, A. Black fMgr.J. SECOND ROW: H. Krosen, B. Turner, D. Emenheiser, O. Ferrari, B. Carskudon. , -':. is I QL ,Wm E.. r r .. rig R . .... lf SW R . . -rv ' 1 ' , m V, . .,. ., rr- . -, - ,r H l if fri Rll v1 1 R " ' R ra B 26 1 . 2 h K- hb h Rip Reinhold Jos rs aug Ed Carskadon jim Yohn AI Shissler .Q . FIRST ROW: J. Engle, J. Miller, G. Ebersole, S. Chastain, D. Roher, G. Spickler, R. Horne, L. Bucher. SECOND ROW: Mr. Enck, M. Rutt, J. Smith, R. Johnson, P. Metzger, A. Wenger, B. Uhlig, L. Stouffer, J. Appleby, J. Caine, B. Grosh, J. Winsett, Mr. Steinhart. 1 Having the impressive goal in mind to someday make THE big team gives these young hopefuls the incentive to put the teachings of Coaches Steinhart and Enck to good use. A loyal crowd of rooters was on hand at all the after-school home games to boost their morale and cheer them on in the right direction. I FIRST ROW: T. Wadsworth, B. Strickler, J. Kauffman, W. Runyan, G. Shank, D. Pauchaty, G. Brinser, K. Bathurst. SECOND ROW: J. Myers, J. Royer, T, Landis, J. Ibaugh, C. Hummel, G. Meckley, R. Stone, L. Greiner, W. Shaffer. THIRD ROW: J. Horton, R. Wilson, E. Brinser, R. Reed, Coach jackson, Coach Kreamer, M. Schmidt, S. Donnelly, M. Evans, G. Reed. According to our Coach, Mr. Jackson, E-town High is in the process of developing some good, experienced wrestlers for the future. With a record turnout of candidates from the underclasses, there is bound to be some fine material developd for a more promising future. To add impetus to our wrestling program, the Manheim Central Wrestling Team presented an exhibition to the student body of E.A.H.S. The team of seven boys de- monstrated different phases of wrestling and various techniques of the sport. Two of the grapplers then opposed each other in a match officiated by E.A.H.S. wrestling coach, Mr. jackson. SENIOR SENIOR G. Meckley J. Royer , eamgffoet FIRST ROW: H. jones, M. Evans, G. Smith, R. Koch, M. Boyer, W. Dupes, B. Reinhold, J. Yohn, J. Royer, R. Best, G. Funk, K. Kaylor. SECOND ROW: J. Campbell, M. Devenny, J. Becker, T. Stouffer, J. Helm, B. Carskadon, D. Donnelly, D. Crider, W. White, M. Hilsher, T. Owens. THIRD ROW: J. Ibaugh fMgrJ, C. Risser, K. Powl, O. Ferrari, R. Parrett, jim Hess, T. Spickler, J. Bevilacqua, H. Neil, T. Chapman, B. Hamilton, R. Evans, jim Becker. FOURTH ROW: D. Good, J. Heisey, B. Uhlig, R. Phizenmaier, G. Schoenrock, P. Olweiler, G. Miller, H. Kenderdine, J. Smith, A. Wenger, D. Dempsey fMgr.J, J. Miller fMgr.j, M. Millar CMgr.j. New records are: 100-yd. dash-Dick Koch, 10.5 880-yd. run-Rip Reinhold, 2208.9 Mile run-Howie Jones, 4144.4 880-relay-Dick Koch, S. Donnelly, Bruce Carskadon, Glenn Smith, 1136.2 Shot-put-jim Yohn, 54'9" Discus-Jim Yohn, 144' 9" Javelin-Jim Yohn, 180'8V2'i High jump-jim Hess, 5'11" This yearls squad was the best-balanced aggregation ever to trod the cinder paths in the track history of E.A.H.S. The proteges of Coach Dick Wolf finished second in the Lanc. Co. Track League and were the top Class B school in Lanc. Co., breaking Columbia High School's domination as Class B champions. - The league records show the Bears with victories over eight county schools with a loss only to Township. They finished second in the Manheim Lions meet and second in the county championship meets. This year's "thin cladsf' also boasted two county champions in seniors jim Yohn and Glenn Smith. Smith won the 180-yd. low hurdles, and Jim Yohn became the first triple winner in the history of the county championships, winning the shot-put, discus, and javelin. As a result of the district championship meets, Yohn became the first Elizabethtown student to participate in the state championships where he placed third to cap an out- standing individual season performance. "In their three years in the county league, the Bears have moved steadily upward, placing third last year, and second this year," Coach Wolf stated. Fifty-five boys re- ported for the practices. l32 endofw K. Kaylor G. Smith B. Reinhold G. Funk H. jones R. Koch W. Dupes M. Boyer M. Evans I. Yohn J. Royer R. Best X EL x .Hd .Y ME Smoodwndmg ,5z!anu2z4,aaulQz4ce FIRST ROW: B. Wenger, J. Langley, C. Oliver. SECOND ROW: S. Ulrich, F. Smith, B. Bru- baker, A. Clemens, J. Fehr, Mrs. Hoover, Coach, P. Greider, G. Langley. o ' 0 Q! The responsibility of continuing the winning tradition of E.A.H.S. on the tennis courts fell on the shoulders of these trim racqueteers who soon proved they had the situation well in hand. "The pace-Setters of their league," quoting the LANCASTER NEW ERA sports page, "won seven straight matches, losing none, to maintain County supremacy from the beginning to the end of the season." . .. l r 5' . we ' '34 SENIORS: Barbara Wenger, Capz. Sandra Ulrich Patricia Greider SWGWQD ,gaadizy A7 Qfdmng FIRST ROW: J. Koser, W. Kready, J. Smith, J. Good, W. Embry, G. Kishbaugh, C. Risser, J. Carl, A. Shissler. SECOND ROW: R. Saylor, K. Bathurst, G. Brinser, R. Grosh, D. Rutt, R. Kishbaugh, G. Fultz, D. Albright, J. English, K. Weiss, H. Garber, J. Kretzing. THIRD ROW. C. Smith, G. Zell, R. Nissley. E. Landis, G. Clemens, B. Runyan, H. Crosen, D. Emenheiser, J. Sweigart, L. Witmer, F. Kraft, B. Boyer, B. Green, L. Wittle, M. Camp. gaaelafi America's national pastime has come into its own at E-town High. With a sectional title and a near county crown, high hopes abounded with interest reaching an all-time degree by the end of the season. Coach Woody Raber's ball club captured the Section I championship in a game with Hempfield held at Ephratas War Memorial Field. The Bears, after George Kishbaugh slugged a tie-breaking double, went on to take the game 6-5. It was a four-run rally in the third inning by the Golden Mules of Solanco High that wiped out the two run advantage held by Elizabethtown in the first and second innings and went on to register a 6-4 win to take the County League Championship. Mr. Gerlach, chairman of the Lancaster Co. Board of Control, presented the leagues 1961 section trophy to our winning team's coach, Mr. Raber. The Right Technique 3 Seackvw 1. J. Carl 2. Koser 3. W. Kready 4. G. Kishbaugh 5. Smith 6. A, Shissler 7, Good 8. W. Embry 9. C. 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' ,XXOQQ 3- 5 X as if 313 W 5 axjd Q 353.0 :Q 1-"1 Tut Qixx 1 john Kurtz Nancy johnson Suzmnc Dcitrich Jeffery LOSCI Connic Swcignrt Sally Hain 1NfiL'h.1Cl I.cwiS Jam Oliver SQOY LYOW 1523 U sag L 5, W. C Tiofmgg QS' Yfmf Ou V? H 1 X395 Helen Wfcbb Roy Schocnbcrgcr Howard Jones Robert Brubaker Robert Bcutzcl Barham Wenger Carole Shank Robert Best Fdward Curskadon i43 XX X if Se-muz4zAeSedw62 ,,,74eQfJ-u4477Zo4f.Ze16eZq" Taking time out from the many activities that rate them this special recognition, these girls, by turn, are invited and attend the regular B.P.W. Club and ELIZABETH HUGHES SOCIETY meetings throughout the year. Sitting in on the clubs' business sessions and observing a Women's club in action is a good experience for girls who some day will most likely help to serve their community. Mary Ellen Wiley Perl . friendly Sandy Ulrich Peppy . . . Jporlf ezzlhufirzfl Nancy Johnson Paired , . . mlezzted Yr' Sue Seibert WV Good humor . . . .virzrere .A l A si ,.. af f jan Oliver M N Original . . . defer W, Carol Weidner Gmciou: . . . pleafing Barb Wfcnger Vfl'dff0ll.Y . . . ronzpelefzl Lmda Kaylol A Capable . . . rwzfriwzziouf .--7 GEN 4 'if' 1 'f l X 3 X gi WX4 L. Sara Jane Baker Ezzlffumzylir . . . efzergezic ,Win .QW aw. I R. Sally Hain Diligezzl . . . lruflworzlay V-u - -5 QM' P L. to R.: C. Horniug, S. Hain, C. Weidner, S. Ulrich, J. Oliver, L. Kaylor, B. Vifenger, S. Seibert, H. Webb, IMI. S. Heisey. l45 Q X nrm iw , 1, an f ar 4' ze: , W, J . -, 17' 4 a -1 I! A1 , frm- i , -Ik -k , 7431454313 Bonnie Roadarmel Quad ,-4wafad Barbara Wenger X ,,ne w x 'J 74a Zan Kathy Helm Zfdftd ch Um ,mug 604 EMM! Arlene B 1 .1 gs- ' lmwutm 7Zew Zu "7m of 746 wwe" 5.14. 7445, 2 Barbara Wcruger Sue Seibert Carol Wcirirlcr --ww f Qc! 54:3-ad z4t4Zez!cb Hwmd Ed Carskudou I47 good ...new ' FIRST ROXV: W, Dupes CVUJ, L. Weidman QWD, G. Smith QBQ, W. Fike QWD, P. Hollinger QBJ, N. johnson QXVJ, S. Seihert UVB, S. Deitrich QBQ, M. Wiley QBJ, D. Wood QWJ, S. Hain QBJ, J. Koser QBJ. SECOND ROW: E. Carskadon QXXK. Mgrj, R. Best QBJ, G. Kishbaugh QWD, C. Weidner QBJ, R. Neuman Burgessj, R. Brubaker QBJ, J. Yohn QWJ, H. Jones QB. Mgrj 'gfaeaacl 704612 ' Enthusiastic supporters carried on the campaign for the annual BLUE and WHITE Party Elections. Gimmicks, posters, and signs, all sizes and shapes, were found all over the school urging Mr. School Citizen to consider certain "favorite sons." In order that a more genuine comparison of the platforms and representatives could be had, an assembly was held on the last day before the election which gave Dick Neumann and Rip Reinhold the chance to plead their Party's cause. Wfhen the votes were counted, it was Dick who was elected Burgess and school life once again settled down to normal. Election Rally Hx.-"' . ,v"" Election Day Dawns, lg? . . 155 Lv 'M ,Ui qrg W . E Q r- 5 ss ir if r 'fuullluullnk' I1 rr f r r E f r ls ?Ep ,. r 3 H .,'H,,...'l,'s L Ai E L L rg-3 QZ 'Smf:1'4h 2 , , Q K F 5-5 ,Rv Q if 5 V ag Q 5 1 ir xL f if rg, ff f zff f1+af+H- ' ' QQ gi kyk LQ I 1 if I k,. Early Voter. Now, Rip, tlmfs not the way to gat your votes. "Mc? I'm for the winner Confident Voter. "It wont work." Sz. 3 I I Dedication Night ' Our Own Mr. Klauss if -mi . ' 5 5 1 i if , if A iff' i if .w.5,.:M - ax- ix i ifffif' f 'X , i,, 1 F -. ,,1- , ,7 i iw with His First Lady i 1'- 5rwf"4-0 Left: O U out as Um Qfedaw Steve Donnelly ff Right: jim Costello ze, ae. Su. an 747-of Wm Getting Set- Going- Gone! Sfwf in gddd Spam EAGLES vs. MEN'S FACULTY FACULTY XVOMIZN vs. E.A.H.S. GIRLS ALUMS vs. VARSITY . . . AND A GREAT TIME XVAS HAD BY ALL! Dorf: just stand there, Mr. Raber needs help! . ,f .I I I. I Q Oh, Yea! l Don't drop itl Guess what I've got? A, ,I . IIL X J gig? 5 I 32, fn 1 ' Q , Q 3' ig, M I I , I A V 'T ' - El Tl x 'F " I LAI, I I 4 I 5 1 ' ki If : N I ' ff ii Nh I ,Lf' in lg if x. 'VS gg ,, 'f I . M , ' ,. , -- Ag, A high flying "Philie Engle" Happy little mIm:n's lmsketball team! fViI1'5lly' Girls l52 I A Q21 .J Q5 sh 'H if , -., ' 3' 5 ft ww A f f f 1. 3 ?"ir.,w N ff I V f " f' V '- ' M-5 f iz i. fb ,,:.' 1:55 Mi ' f iw' ...J,,, 1 f, W 4 gl .X i,V1K w ,V M.. 5 A S A N V f A I sg I QS Ll l a f i T 5, , ,.i, 5 t . ""' W i' Q I -ff ff.Ny f iv fx ' 3 M A '1:: A ' ' " 1 W as -M if .gg g j t F 1 ' g x v . A i yjlk gm? vw! A A V: B E5 5 i W i I Y4- I53 3 S 'f ro . 2' 51450 KH ' ' S so 23 Students to Play in Harrisburg ' Little Rmmd-up, to youth Symphonv ,Directed by Klaussg ' . ,I QGO, , gi? Juniors .+o SPTQQT' T Qzrlfcoutffor Colorgiaob, fji"2,a2ggt '2gEEQ2gQi3g,1'waShing+0n SIep+ Here . 0 l ' le p t 0 ' C593 "George Washington .S ' f r the Na- '-' Z 35 GO :Ng 09930 gag-6pgr?'?ie1'e" an adult comedy in three In preparation O . Aa .510 xci off' ea Gn'5'5'g?S ut 'has been Chosen as the Onal Girl Scout Rgulgd-upigg Xsfxexxo 09 X Gyegcaiwegai 6 '2-K' QRQAEQ to be Presented the held on a ranc ' en m X -0 Q5 e of ' 35 'D sv - class in Morph- was forth of Colorado Springs, C0134 QQQNXOGQB 05.2 Bcxxiogqj Gi W, '52 Kiiifggll by two emiziaizfiitctlgvfliigafg my silfobelzlg-Hi 555353 1355?-' 6f3:eWiiW23ria3ie2CdteX2' 2393 'f'sf5?9?'e?5,i3iis11YOii iimiifghly wie? pu W S through 1 O or GO 99 cflm Elie Q10 'YS '3' ' Sf' O-' and amusing story tm HY and Suriday' June 5 Ve. 'bl oe '2-95. 391119 '59 Xeqerxe 6 U' GE? so ng ' Bucks County in . at the Helsey Ranch' Rheem' "'x-6-'sffil-2 Zenyosiw P520 wav? 'ici E'vmO'0!vSg1?1?a?n 0 I Susan Seibert' d3ug1?P?r 9? MF' S Xdgofflotseeg xoeaioew 562-53 ' grunts for parts in fhetg- 112 " . '60 fa .awww 14 h1dsoonitwass,:j'Z mm-gday, November 26, 1959 Q ll jgosffblvgfis aooq vet 21 ?..'fid6hne3De'EmysX glzhoh heligijwh ""' 0'0 n 0 'tr pic rep'--F0 1 ' i : 9?'c09i5Xg'5' Q9 'oiwoifx 'oe Cqmmlaiil supervise rehe Q4 EJ '1 e B Q K5 CKAOXXQ ,Q e O00 uslxxx ei' direct ...... S e- - " 1' r-1 y 1 I S E 50201 is QfgX0d??ol5o 0256 f M-N-9 ' I 'G I l 'O' eg 5 do .696 A D In hi of Jr. H" I5 . assmaies lien 2 il "" ls fe ' . ln- I Assembly 4' 0' A H.S. A lu en . S Heiseyfs 16!h.g 5- Cass 3 n. l- Was 1- Q 12 U are of f P A turkey raffle DYOVGQ V? -H m k , P N nm the highlight Of an aoSS?"Q1?f Q 'g a e ilffh ay any 2 J U, program presmeg 530223 Jun, .,-f vw 5 rm Honors e fr e V1 of Eliza e 11- A E853 School' Thursday' Now 'Se 2 Q. a CJ fa Spring Gafden t Q 19. o ' , - Q 'S U7 eflrne raffle was opened C E o f fb N fbi Provides Seihnq foil -, eachers onlygh 23201 Hgigrigi ng I 5 Q , 53 uomore PI'Om gf d b F - N 1? - 1 f Laigimra xivengelfs Jan Q15-1 of i 5 9557 Aaturday evenm ' fs cn 3 nd Patty Houmger' wma "" 1 -'S-f?m," f many S0l9h9mo2 3 m 4 was Miss Ruth Gise, vglw I M 0 1 KI SW, escorts enjoymg Q Swfled to the Stage ykcgg P' 0 - 'F' Q 'Q 'X' 'D S 1 ennereai armols 1 ff Q Ebresident Edward Cars HU ,Q ,gg 1 : 7457 auxiliary gym. 'Ufalff 40 11 who also was forced Q9 pg'-4 cn E gn O1 cb' fic' so an enchanting Spll rom. I er from fghbarleiaiiaderflo-3 3 IQ' U- 9 N Q if film for one sophgimgfgign Sere- ndians-" e 'une' rf i .S Y O 'Y' ' 11 theme, 'K a - with acuity was Presented W1 Q. ... G -Ss' Y T Q, was very effecmvqnkled f cranberry Sauce- l .CI M qflfff 3 ,f made' VS dark Sky Sprl , as so .sf Q so 551525- sembly Was Sally Half 'H E i s ,l3?f'i1l1a A5305 - c0mP1e?ed wth and a Ejso conducted the openi go 54 ca .2 4 In N K, gf ogy VfhO1Qf'Ce11a LL4 -I? bird lids the eve- v9'0ions. igrlnlanilgnlrtgf rt? S Q' 5 -5+-'- "iq 'S' Q Wffn shi U16 DMU is Qiiljliyplgn refresh- Elrst procf a national 'I 0 0 " .ff and Hilfe OSIUOII a so ' Mfryqne' ervanC? 0,,M,,,.,. wqehi Q' G 'S a N or 64' fj.VearSOI'C12eStPS6C'Zi0I1 QI' Hnglllnore ancf ' . pp., C' Q1 -Q an Of- la. S In 01, .pert Junior fo Sfucly af ' EEA . fefhf.S0nfnfl'121n, .he hmbofh ,.,a11ls. Dor- Bucknell Universifv . U 2' 0 ' 0 0- lo NSF summer Program' Q, 1:-iown lr UI e Richard Neumann, son of D QJ Af and Mrs. Fredrick C. Neuma' . S ' gg' H ' f Elizabethtown college can n ss OSITIIC oy ESTQI' and a junior at Elizabet' gg . . Area High SC,h9O1'. haf A SSN Shirley Mlley Shows Unusual selected to participate ir Q .5 Q ry . er science program .-S' N Q Q - A- pure riell University, Lewi" O ho' Q?qf,g91:4 DGVICSL Dol'llll'll"..1'l l . 0 .I :ording to a recent N V 5 Q szfwbqfr U I nent. C .fig 9? -3' fog, l Neumann is one 1 55? Q? -S5 I :elected to study QQ cg"-S' O0 nology. under the r A K' Q, l . 0 4'atiT'54i' Science , Q7 'Z' eff 0 Q . ty Tenms Tw qggffilriife 32518212052 fff?i6,'57.oOQ65i551l1 cltv'Coun I I QI L 0 ririifneirersr. lscienfe 5 9901- P Af l Mcmb rs of the Flimbct itovvn D . -- A . , A Q y e. , . .f , tl QVallcy chapter of Future Farrn-4 H ers of America clirnaxecl theirl l 0 S Q ltirst major project of the year ati 0 via itheir' monthly meeting Monday, og? w fevening, November' 7, when Ken- I 2 Il, ES E ST E Qneth Myer, Elizabethtown a. 13.1 , Q 123566 QOYYYE , 9 33 Irwin ,Engle Jr., Mer-rem R., gr 9915555919 Q D. l, and Gary Kreiner, Eliza-H3 -An 0 hx r b rmga rw ra 0 -- - t h r,..q-. Wh , I -J an Gu: S cnn I I 1 ' Cflflilflt V' : I ' ht' l akes Count P ' -v- Q Srrarg r . . ,, 'ff A U H a HEADS W-,III-f ,J-cyed Juniors. TIQUIQTTE... . C.qOENBErgGlf.R f-.-.ry toiled .away Saturday Learning to follow the rules i ROY S -- -Hm,,,,c mn-3 trggagwrggiglyulpigltlhefogez Of etiquette as interpreted by 1 59 rlball game t'Anyone want a sog- 1'hurSday,N0vembef 12,19 gy program?" EMILY WHITE I 01 S 3 an g YN yelled. SARA JANE BAKER and r CARg ' """"'W"TVW manned the Students Entertain re-my l A .st of the Senior High Girls' Eti- quette Club. Led by Sally Hain, President, the girls have learn- ed to set a table properly, to make attractive center pieces, to many other rules of good 1 frouslg own leer in and out of a car properly, - Ll 1 I , t Sr. Hroh Assent UA ,0 GUN, MfS.,,gag5Q33O0e5ic5 In accordance with al. Jlyejb QQ - homg J Hy F utstandmg Ir? VB ..,t,,,,1,, I l tl dt' , ' ' high S 12 b D ' ra I ron senior 4 I ook er 8 I H , Irs I Amy Vanderbilt is the purpgsel I 5 K H T. tober 29 with the perff 111, C00 eaby 01 QP A 0 T18I'G.,g1Vy61'1.3 real treat fef- Syl,-5' of OCR- . le 15 of Elrzabethtowns bar fl 121 G C fb ed by Noah Klauss. ,X kbeejltf'-31'y1'l9jOb61hl?0Qa 3411? 50103 cf.eerl,,1 m Assisting in the ' vogrr. Jag tjrbfyedffo 40100 6656! Pjoaugbganakedrflbs ,QI S S Q two facultv rs Str. ef! lr al' ckfjy Off OWU WS gilne W G the 5,1 ' L r es Millar 0 1. are Lea 6 5 X Wim, 60 6 if ,, are 01' GQ' for as P co e f ubfe ber J' 40 . , I , Q 271 la Fo Q .1 '11 lg Gere S N' 60315 bo Ve G OJQIISUS Wa"0J fvzembdeigk SHIZII rllnnel 6 V V' V Y ' 1 6 w ' " I - Dot ere l ' ' . "em ' "U A 1 . 1 . 1 Q wi by Bar- E 1710! gplle 'Lago efd dm alllglhbdo 1311. placedb ' 1 f O - In , . 17 an SQ ff 0' W lk , 'gl gag? ' S Maxx Geb.. Aff' 61: 864-00 1 Weld W-95.1-epsfarfel, a' eqyfie l I 91- 6 Gr fV 0 vs fa o 9-W eQ,XX'-X as-2llli'al S An d M xx S8125 0S0e"f' 0' Sfabcyef Jaffe" bfob eel 0 ' , I , . 914 S NN me 9 ae' MD X- 1 f this er! a11qp5fb?e00QaZQ90eTb9'Pi,0fl3f In Sllleggldl . b ' ' L ', Oi. KSXVUA 'oexx' help Phe officers of the Elizabeth x X fa mei at I, txn Area High School Key Club Am qeioso oigcxlooeg 9030? .argl-11.11 attend the 14th annual I A75 026' 9,61-, lb 4912 Calf 10116, ab, fc 6, am , mtl - ., I ,QD en ee 9 eiosgeissixe odx cflrrjtfll, I it i 'I I 624 1 l l fitllfig CXQYKXQYX exif: eqesge Xoixxgsr Ennsylyanra District Key Club vegix Pgeaqxgcfkegoa Oi W5 1 lrventron at the Benjamin are abr 'Y avi as-C9 0i13l'lklir1 Herer, Pnriaererpnre, N5 A fgeawl goeibi ratify Qi egxgevteaefrfr-ri 22, 23 and 24. 3 X '43 . 6 prlel gegvcxgoa BW 91502 is iozxccff Loser is president of the ' H 'NXXX005 io. ,Scs1fdS0ccQc.xe,,uGefs2qJ,1' chapter. His fellow offi- 6 I -X' QQ? ,ago X Q0 vxfote 1 Wskloxxxaare William 4Fike, vice-pr'esi- il: c I QQ ivan WEE Erin: Wafg Divo f3.aci 913' 511.4 ::sf'3.C.C 51-o 952 G. GJ GJ 5 eg, 3 F HDD. :E or O W mu' sud!! an .JCC v::,Cs-HS, -4 PM 4 .ga-,Er l r 1 r if Q,xCxEXvy,, Eggs SQYGNQSJQSS X1,cf?OetQ5tGsokgethK1shr.ugh, secre- P Coe 903, Xe X005 Y-,og ge gay? ei Weiss, treasurer. X e 09 19 950 xx, "3 eo" Grosh, faculty adviser W 15 . A 6 3 Ch, Xosrlekxoseezx 5fRagX0?Zx0'fff,Qg2l1ab, rs unable to accom- cal Q69 300. cg? fuxg xooge ao, .OyS. ilggr af? O'O320XN9E-'?9'kQfNXf: -xg, 8 of the convention o we Og? '16 WG' XJ0, cy. address presented by a du "ao We 508, ef -rr CQyO5e,,aalrix Nelson, president of fsifey Club International He lardt- -fe er . if 00 V ev. 573, 42' flbfpelj 030852 X, 419 01.9 iafj'Pf,0'70f1. '9"1',, 0 4'a,f C701 lClass Rings Received l1By E.A.H.S. Juniors- S2 Members of the junior class' 'haf Elizabethtown Area High School received their class Qrings last Tuesday, September 229, -after weeks of anticipation. I Images of the bear, high I school mascot, and the front ot ,lthe high school building are ont I either side of the blue, black orr l red stones. Antiquing is in 'blue,Q on 'Ther Erescription ls' 1 XXXX - IIOQGSQG ihooflqbg :Qi '4- bc. 2 552 '-QQ 3' 2 I 52' A-P2-we Of .............,.., ...... .. ..,.. Plans Varsity Drag if Sara Jane Baker, PLGEESQHTI th 'rman of the Varsity D 95' gage a complete report of they refreshments and decoration-9 l at the Canteen Council meeting, I OU I bTANDING PERFOR MERS . . . Edward B Carskadon in U 3' O rigfll, junior class member of EAHS football squad Lecewus G1, . , I Shlfk n'0PhY from Tzm Patschke left last ' ' monies at weekl R 1 - I ' . Years wfnne" 111 Cete- Y 0 a1'Y meeting last Friday. Lool-:mg on 15 N' 1 . ' rss eY preszdent of Rotary Club. 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Seasick on the river Her Highness 74eaQmez'deDaem,..,-4awlWem M6 3:30 A.M., was our bus-leaving time. So it was a sleepy-eyed, slightly subdued group of 1961'ers who yawned "Good-bye" to E-town and then several hours later in a highly different anticipatory mood greeted New York City. The Garden Cafeteria, somewhere in the vicinity of Madison Square Garden, must have braced itself for our breakfast-eating invasion. A few blocks away at the famous City Hall, our group was entertained and. in- terested until another meal time happily arrived. This we promptly "walked off" in the long trip across the city to the harbor docks where our Circle Line tour boat was waiting for the 3:00 P.M. shoving-off time. While sail- ing along the Hudson, Harlem, and East River to the New York Bay, the points of interest included "officially" eighteen sights. In the way of an "extra,l' we had a glimpse of the luxurious vacation yacht of millionaire Onassius Aristotle which was anchored along our way. A last eating-out spree, two hours of freedom, "on the town" Cwowlj, a ride through the Bowery, and Chinatown, then it was time to settle back in our seats for the trip home. A few long-suffering souls set the record of twenty-four wakeful hours by the time we pulled into the E.A.H.S. parking lot. As is the way of "The Melting Pot,", New York City didn't even know we were there, but We surely did! We'll never forget it. 4,772 .J Vw S Z1 X X 7 new ' ,..77i4q26z'd... Warm The sound of svvishing net and Taffeta blended with the strains of sweet music as starry-eyed couples moved over the dance floor of the Hershey Park Golf Club and the mood was set for a memorable even- ing. The romantic atmosphere dispelled all the earlier fears of the girls about new formals, and freshly-set hair stylesg for the boys about dinner jacket rentals, and choice of corsages. All doubts of the evenings success magically vanished and the chosen theme 'Shangri La" appropriately belonged to a perfect night in our treasure of memories. The night begins "I could have danced all night" N Z, l60 Everyone's having a great time I'm dying of thirst! Blood Shot Who likes "mashed potatoes ?" Somebody stepped on my toe! The party's over Thank Goodness! W Mffgy KW g9.g?hZgm iffffmw yiWMfKQlgiQ?a25 fiwwfw sw bfi 'X Qsyaefvl-l.ifgi'Qf3,4? ,ASQ if Q' ixifiigwi K m QQ5Qv5y3?i?M -5 is 98 KH 54 g 'M W 17933 L 3 i ggudofzi FEEMEFP X QW ffggigfwg 1 qffZ.3d'5- JijZ23lmd9'Ng'wjf,,J3X if 9 iv fm Afzfff WMQQZWSWS xg Qfmgff 2 WEQQQQQ-aim MSW W5 Bi' 5 wb TMQEQEWQGWJ Sl LWWQWQQQQRW M Was S Ziff WJ Wwjyygisiigiwff 323 ma Qwnwpjfgjifiwwwffli 3 fmf Q ii OAKYYN D O The bright, clear evening of Sunday, june 4, 1961 created a perfect setting for our Baccalaureate. As we heard the Rev. Win. H. 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Rachael Brubaker Elaine Gish MOOSE LODGE-Scholastic achievement in social studies during the Soph., junior and Senior Years. 1 Jim Hess 2 Howard jones 3 Elaine Gish john Kurtz ROTARY-Scholastic achievement for three years of foreign languages during the Soph., junior, and Senior Years. Richard Neumann Scholastic achievement for three years of science during the Soph., junior and Senior Years. Nancy johnson Richard Neumann Barbara Wenger EIJIZABETHTOWN TRUST COMPANY-Scholastic achievement for three years of academic mathematics during the Soph., junior, and Senior Years. Richard Neumann Barbara Wenger FARM WOMEN'S SOCIETY NO. 6-Outstanding student in field of Agriculture Kenneth Hummer Outstanding student in field of Home Economics Lois Hess KIWANIS-Achievement in Business Education Jane Charles CONTINENTAL PRESS-Outstanding student in Journalism Ruth Gebhard ELIZABETH HUGHES-Library work Helen Webb AMERICAN LEGION--Honor, courage, scholarship, leadership, service Susan Seibert BUSINESS AND .PROFESSIONAL WOMEN'S CLUB-Good citizenship, noble character, scholarship standing, and application of training to service and leadership. Barbara Wenger JUNIOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE-Contribution to community, scholarship, leadership, Americanism Edward Carskadon LIONS-Football, Basketball, Baseball, Track, Girls' Hockey, Tennis fWinner's names in orderj Barry Reinhold, Allen Shissler, john Smith, james Yohn, Susan Seibert, Barbara Wenger 5 Q Q 'S 5 E Q 1 5 45 5 33 Y 2 S 5 i' 59 5 'R E E 5 5 5: 3 X 2 3 5 W-Z E F 2? 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'mum' Gary Kreiner, FFA member and winner of calf donaled by Wenger's Feed Mill. Complimenfs of WENGER'S FEED MILL "A Feed for Every Need" Your Elizabefhan Pholographer Specializing Por+rai+ Painfings STAAB STUDIO OF PHOTOGRAPHY One Cenfer Square Elizabe'I'l1+own, Pennsylvania i n iieli '-N: ' 'A" M ' gi' L3 V - , . 3, l 5 T P ie , , ,Y i: 5- f ,..g5 . A 9 f P T lf yi 3 40" If 'T in a : l . T . ,T T 5. , L, ,ui .1a,,-L, me-yi ew f 1 - 4' 1 My V g,,,,K .,.2 ' xii I fi xi i : V .1 l Q T ' 'A 7, gliwf " i t l glii hf fifi if or 'T in 'T T, P M w ' - f l Ag? ' , W 1" " W Furniiure of Characfer ai' Reasonable Prices EBERLY'S F RNITURE STORE Elizabefhlown, R.D. 9653 Phone EM 7-5468 Sfore Hours 8 A.M. io 8 P.M. Mon. Thru Sai. Lumber - Coal - Millwork A. ummm A H 'mabw : N 4, ,N ' e 1 I Y . 'N I, . I lf' u ELIZABETHTOWN PLANING MILL 54 Brown SI'reeI Builders' Supplies Phone EM 7-I I25 SPICKLER'S DAIRY PASTEURIZED and HOMOGENIZED VITAMIN D MILK CREAM AND BUTTER ORANGE AND CHOCOLATE DRINKS-COTTAGE CHEESE PHONE: EM 7-557I ELIZABETHTOWN Big Enough 'ro Accommoclafe and Small Enough 'ro Appreciafe Your Business A+ Your Service 'Rouncl lhe Clock J. L. MECKLEY Auomafic Healing Plumbing Air Conclifioning Phone EM 7-I I78 Elizabefhfown Congrafulalions and Besl Wishes +o +he Class of 'bl From LF' ...J I f l r gf 'Ili UNI.. P' A. 4. A T 5 5 X' -J , 4 5, A VAS: X. T f ll lm' . 6'- W, ,f f Qi I 0 LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE ELIZABETHTOWN LODGE 499596 J. W. HEISEY W. SCOTT HEISEY HEISEY BROTHERS QUARRY Road Conslruclion Transil-Mix Concrele Rheems, Pennsylvania Phone EM 7-26 Bes'l' Wishes ELIZABETHTOWN TRUST COMPANY "Nex'r +o The Posl Office" Member of A Federal Deposi+ Insurance Corp. Phone EM 7-I I56 Complimenfs of GERBERICH-PAYNE SHOE COMPANY Elizabelhfown-Mounl Joy Complimen+s of JOHNSON'S BUS SERVICE Buses for All Occasions Phones OL 3-032I FLORIN, PA. JOHN E. FU LLERTON ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR Elizabefhlown Mi. Greina Road R.D. 9993 Phone EM 7-I228 Complimenis of JACOB B. FISHER , K R 4' V 0 N if x V20 5" General l Elec+ric ll Appliances Sfereo-Phonograph-Television KIWANIS CLUB 22 E. High S+. E-TowN S , Phone EM 7-I344 Ponsormg 'Phe Key Club CompIimen+s of +he CONTINENTAL PRESS, INC. Educafion Publishers JOHN C. REIDER MUMPER'S DAIRY "EIizabe+h1'own's Fines+" plumbing and Heating DAIRY PRODUCTS EI b H1 P 24-Hour Service I Phone EM 7-I475 LONGENECKER'S HATCHERY IIO S. MARKET STREET EI be+h+ow, Pa. and Kimber Chicks and Vanfress Arbor Acres General Insurance and Real Esl'al'e JONES 81 ZINK, INC. Elizabelhlown, Penna. Phone EM 7-I I59 FRANK S. MILLER RUSSEL MILLER Complimenls of MILLER FUNERAL HOME Elizabelhfown, Pennsylvania PHONE EM 7-l247 Complimenls of KLEIN Chocolate Company Founded l9l3 by Wm. Klein, Sr. Manufacfurer of Lunch Bars Grade A Bars Fine Millc Chocolale Coalings and Cocoa Milk Chocolale Wafers, Roamers Gliders and Spinners BRUCE W. HALK Builder of Conlemporary Homes for Suburban Living Dial EM 7-68 I 8 Complimenis of SHEARER'S FURNITURE STORE 35-37 Sou'l'h Markei Sireei' PHONE EM 7-4694 SCHROLL'S ICE CREAM STORE Soda Founiain and Grocery For a Qualiiy Treai' ai' Lower Prices Elizabefhiown-On +he Square Phone EM 7-4709 ROYAL DUCHESS BEAUTY SALON H. S. RISSER Permanenfs ' Hair Cui-king Tinfing 0 Waying Manicures Oldsmobile--Cadiliac-Poniiac For Appoinimeni' Call . . . Vauxhall EM 74622 Sales-Service OPEN Phone EM 7-I366 EVENINGS I7 E. High Elizabeihfown, Pa. Aff' f, A im' MoYER's POTATO cn-ups Russens Qualify Fresh Meai' and Produce Frozen Foods ai' Befier Prices 34 Soufh Markei' Sfreei' Elizabeihiown, Pa. Phone: EM 7-l333 L' "Among fhe Bes'r by Tes+" Phone EM 7-5469 R.D. 3 Elizebefhiown, Pa. Complimenfs of MOOSE THEATER Besi Wishes io Everyone in The Class of l96I MOOSE'S 5 AND I0 "On 'rhe Square" Elizabeihiown, Pennsylvania PHONE EM 7-4707 Complimenfs of KAYLOR BROTHERS Rou+e 230 RHEEMS JERRY'S ATLANTIC STATION General Aufo Repairs Official SI'a+e Inspeclion BAINBRIDGE, PA. Everyfhing Frozen Freezer Food Supplies ICELAND INCORPORATED Complimenls of HETRICH'S FOOD STORE "TI'1e Big Slore Willa 'rlwe Lillie Fron+" Roufe 5652 EIizabe+I'1+own, Penne. Complimenls of HERTZLER'S DAIRY Complimenfs of HEISEY'S CHILDREN SHOP We Maior in Minors 25 SouI'l1 Marlcel' Sfreei' Complimenfs of HAMILTON JEWELRY STORE Eizabe'II1I'own, Pa. PHONE: EM 7-II3I W. T. GRANT COMPANY 48 Soufh Marlcef Sfreei' Known for Values MODERN STYLE SHOP M. LAWRENCE Everyfhing in Ladies' Wear EIizabe+I1'I'own, Pa. Complimenfs of JOHN J. MILLER Builder and ConI'rac'ror 8I3 College Ave. PHONE EM 7-I337 Complimenis of PAUL H. MARTIN PIan'I Mix AspI1aI+ and Colas Paving EIizabeI'I'1'I'own, Pa. EM 7- I 349 Complimenis of MARTIN ELECTRICAL SERVICE I40 Orange S+reeI' EM 7-I266 Toilef Ariicles School Supplies Compllmenls LINDEMUTH O LoNeENcKER's im!! RALTE and Founiain Service Koclaks Spor'I'ing Goods LESHER'S SHOES GU-I-SHALI-.S I8 Easi' High S'rreeI' Edgerion Ki Yaks Yorldown American Girl Nunn-Bush Sebago-Moc's Miracle Tred BUDGET BASEMENT FRUIT MARKET VARIETY STORE 8: TRAILER PARK Open Daily From 8:30 Till 9:00 M4 Mile Wesi of MarieHa ai' Inferseciion of Rou'I'e 44I and 24I PAUL SHIFFER ZENITI-I-MOTOROLA TV-Radio-SI'ereo I9 E. High S'I'. E-TOWN PHONE 7-I466 Complimenls of RENEE'S BEAUTY SHOP I23 Maple S+. Phone EM 7-I686 NEWCOMER'S SERVICE STATION T. M. EBERSOLE, Prop. For Thai' Reliable Richfield Gasoline and Richlube Molor Oil For Top Service in Washing and Greasing -24-Hour Service- 903 SOUTH MARKET STREET Flowers Wilh Qualify Beauly, and Arrangemenl MUELLER'S FLOWER SHOP 55 Nor+h Marker S'rreeI' Elizabelhfown, Pa. PHONE EM 7-I29I In EIizaIoe+h'I'own WT K FTD Member if 3 "Flowers Speak F , for Themselves' LEHMAN 81 BOOK EIizabe'Ih+own's Leading Dry Cleaners and Dyers PHONE 7-l305 LAWTON'S ROADSIDE FURNITURE STORE 2798 Nor'rh Marlcel' Sfreel' Elizabefhfown, Pa. Phone EM 7-l232 Good Fgrnifure al' Counlry Prices D. L. LANDIS AGENCY W. H. HORNAFIUS. JR. Associale IN SU RANGE Fire-Casualfy-Life Professional Counsel on A Forms of Insurance Besl' Wishes LEO B. KOB, INC. Since I 904 Auromafic Gas and Oil Hearing Weslinghouse Appliances 24 Soufh Marlcel' SIree'I' EIizabe'IhI'own, Pa. GARBER OIL COMPANY TE CO DISTRIBUTOR OF TEXACO AND GOODRICH PRODUCTS I05 Fairview FUEL OIL SERVICE Phone OL 3-202I S+ree'I, Moun+ Joy, Pennsylvania CompIimen+s of FRANK ZEPNICK'S GROCERY STORE R.D. JIU, Elizabefhiown, Penna. Phone: EMpire 7-69I7 CompIimen+s of PAXSON'S CUT RATE CompIimen'rs of ZARFOSS HARDWARE AND SPORTING GOODS CompIimen+s of WENGER'S PRETZEL COMPANY Bakers of BeHer Pre+zeIs and Po+a'Io Chips Complimenis of WILLIAMS CHEVROLET To Serve You Again and Again Roufe 230 Easf EIizabe+hIown, Penna. CompIimen'rs of ABERDEEN MILLS Rouie 2 EIizabeI'h+own, Pa. Phone EM 7-I405 WEZN RADIO I600 on Your Dial For E-a-s-y Lisiening Music-News-Sporis-Weafher T . f.., HOURS! ew Xa- L E W L - E' f MCE-LKEJETEASKET 00 TO IO Oo ONE - ' .- STOP snoppmc X000 TO fo OO 59 COLLEGE SATURDAY- Q00 T0 8300 AVEN E 9 ELfzAraETH1qyy2f31-L1 M-.,,.L.f.f- A-I-E AAJW-A E-NT"K GROCEF29 DEPARTMENT I D LOWEST PIAICES IN TOWN xxx!-xxx-,x!Vk!xi X! NJA-AJX,x,k,L. g,k,xfX!Y,4L!LJX,g,,.fv. - -'N'-L A-fx Tl-fxf MARKET BASKET RESTUR!-WT PIXKA-PIE AT ITS QEETQ OPEN EVERY EVENING fgfyfm,-.Av .,fx,-Lf-fx-fx E y,X,-.f'NXXfkfg,,x.,' LL. L - H. DA R K E -S FULL LINE OE FRESH POULTRY fi .FGGS Zfyfvvmi-v L Vkfnfxff f,.,v,.A - ,.L L,-XZ'-fxfxfw-E HUM NIERKS DELICATEESEN COM T E VAWETY OF IBEST CQUAILITY LUNCHEON MEIITLS OHNNVS SEAEOQD VWVVVVAAMW' COMP QAAAAAJLLETE LINE OE FRESH SEA?-'OOD6 I WEBER5 FRUITS QKVEGETABLES ' THE EEST FOR LESS 7 SCHOFEFVSVXHVL' TETTT I Q COMWETE LINE QI: EEST QUALITY I3AIKED 2 Qooos -T?-'ET JTATAT' T A ' f"'Xi'T ETV 'T' T-"X-X.-,L .. L fgI,..--E -E ML. LESHER 9: sgrvg QUALITY HOME DRESSED MEAT5 LOWEST 551cEgAALI'Qv1vQYKIN WESTERN AUTO ASSOC. STORE 3I Sou+h Markel S+ree+ Phone EM 7-I476 TROPICAL TREAT DRIVE-IN Curb Service Magnfafwx 2 Miles Eas'I of Telewslon Elizabelhfown ancl Slereo Complimenfs of WALKER'S Famous in Pennsylvania 79 Yrs. Jewelers-Silversmilhs 44 Soulh Marlcel' S+. ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. 307 Locus'I' S+ree+ COLUMBIA, PA. HENRY welss-Agem TOWN 81 VILLAGE INS. SERVICE Au+o-Fire-A 81 H-Life 500 NorI'h Locusi' S+. ElizabeI'h'Iown, Penna. PHONE EM 7-l3I2 S. F. Ul.RlCl'l. INC. Buick and Rambler Complimenls of TH EOBALD INDUSTRIES Hides and Tallow Elizabefhfown, R.D. alfl Phone EM 7-I287 TWIN-KISS DRIVE-IN Hershey Roacl--Elizabelhlown Phone EM 7-I694 Sunclaes-Ice Cream-Floafs-French Fries Roof Beer--Shalces-Subs-Hamburgers A. J. THOME Insurance 559 E. High S+. Elizabe+h+own, Penna. L if. grimy, EIIH"I'0'WN IIIIIB Ewiiww Q- , o 'tv XX Etf! ,L LQ CMG We Are as Near To You-as Your Phone ELIZAQTOWNEUILDING 1 n "'uw""' ffgXXM'm H. MARTIN HOSFER Q. 1 wner QQSPOX' 52225 Xovffujf vERE M. HOFFER ff? 'T mm ,E+ ,S 4oo WEST BAINBRIDGE STREET Mgr. 75301. gymwg alflq EuzABETHTowN, PENNA. RUSSEL M. KIQFSER ss. gr. Complimenfs of GEIBS CLEANERS 81 DYERS JOHNIE'S BARBER SHOP 4I9 E. Bainbridge S+. Phone: EM 7- I 567 Summer and Winler S'I'orage Fur Glazing 50 Nor+h Spruce S+ree+ Elizabelhlown, Pa. Phone EM 7-I285 LEVI C. HERSHEY'S C0l'T1pIImen'I'S One of The Red Rose Food Siores of Phone: EM 7-I2I8 554 s. Marke+ S+. AMERICAN LEGION EM 7-IZI9 1111111111 HITZ The Lumber Slore Wilh The Bullerlly Roof EX 73544 Corner Norfh Hanover and Easl' Willow S'I'ree+s SEIBERT LIIMBER' STORE Jusf One Block Wesf of The WHEATLAND SHOPPING CENTER I939 Columbia A 1 1 1 1 1 1 ve., Lancas'rer Full Line of Groceries, Lunch Meals, Ice ' d Cream, Soil' Drinks, Can y Pas+ries, Frozen Foods Phone EM 7- I 454 CompIimenIs of BOYER FUNERAL HOME I44 Easr High S+ree'r ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. BOYER'S SELF SERVICE STORE Fresh Mea+s RHEEMS, PENNA. Phone: EIizabe'IhI'own EM 7-4224 BOYER'S GULF STATION Nor+h Marker SI'ree+ EIizabeIhI'own, Pa. PHONE: EM 7-9777 EARL R. BOYER, Prop. ' Washing ' Lube ' Tires ' Bafferies Pick-Up and Delivery CompIimenI's of GARBER MOTOR COMPANY EIizabe'I'h'rown, Pa. Ford-Mercury -Sales and Service- Complimenis of C. H. C-SARMAN Welding OrnamenI'aI Iron Fabricafion Iron and SIeeI ELIZABETHTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA Complimenfs of GIBBON'S FLYING A SERVICE N. Markef S+ree+ EIizaI::e'Ih+own, Pa. THE GLADELL SHOP Ladies' Apparel Cen+er Square Eliza befhfown, Pa. Phone: EM 7-6476 Complimenfs of GRANGER'S POULTRY 4I S. MarIceI' Sfreef EIizabe+h+own, Pa. EM 7-469I CompIimen+s of DAVE'S GROCERY CORNER OF PARK AND MT. JOY srs. We Give S8mH Green S+amps CompIimen+s of GRUBB SUPPLY CO. Coal i Oil Feed Complimenfs of B. 8: G. LUMBER COMPANY 2I2 Wesi' High SI'ree+ Eiizabeihfown, Penna. Phone EM 7- I 690 Complimenfs of i BEYER'S LINOLEUM EM 7-I204 Woodland Avenue Complimenfs of AUNT SALLY'S KITCHEN CompIimen+s of I BAUMS BOLOGNA, INC Phone EM 7-545I BOB KALEY Nafionwide Ins. Auio-Life-Fire Complimenfs of INSTALLM ENT LOAN 720 S. MARKET ST. SERVICE Elizabe+h+own, Pa. Phone EM 7-I309 Complimenfs of C, W. HESS TV HESTICO 207 Noah Marke+ sf. MANUFACTURING COMPANY, Admiral Zenifh INC. Sales and Service HERSHEY Besf Wishes QUAUTY MEAT5 S. G. HERSHEY Duich Swee+ Bologna Smoked Hams AND SON Phone EM 7- I 347 935 Groff Ave.. ELIZABETHTOWN Visii' Our Sfore ai' Our Plani' DEPARTMENT STORE Soufh Markef and Park Sfreefs ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. HAWTHORN' S Fine Furnifure Since l820 Bainbridge, Pa. Phone HAzeI 6-924I THE GROFF MEAT MARKET Refrigeraied Truck Door-+o-Door Service Sfore and Slaughfer House Locaied ai' I3 NORTH MARKET STREET EIizabe+h+own, Pa. Complimenfs of JOHN COPENHAVER Eggs and PouI+ry NORTH MARKET STREET EIizabeI'hI'own, Pa. Complimenis of COMMUNITY INN I 498 Wesi' High S'rreeI' EIizabeIh+own, Pa. EM 7-9839 Complimenfs of COLUMBIA TELEPHONE CLEARVIEW ESSO SERVICECENTER Roufe 230, Easf of Elizabefhfown Sfop In and See Us for COMPANY Top Service AMOS STRICKLER THE CARRIGERS CHRISTIAN LIGHT PAINT AND BODY SHOP BQQK STQRE Wrecks Repaired-Cars Pain'red 20 Soufh Markef SI'reeI EIizabe'I'hI'own, Pa. EM 7-I360 Dis+ribu+ors of Religious Merchandise Wheel Alignmeni' Service RHEEMS. PA. Phone: EM 7-6450 Complimenis of BINKLEY'S SEWING MACHINE AND REMNANT SHOP I09-I II NorI'h Marke+ SI'ree+ EIizabe+h+own, Pa. CODQVBTUIGTIOHS, Class of I96I H. R. BARNHART 81 SON CONTRACTORS 81 BUILDERS Cusfom BuiI+ Homes Elizabefhfown, Pa. PHONES 7-2242 EMpire 7-I332 Bes+ Wishes 'ro Ihe Class of I960-6I EUGENE TEUFEL ORTHOPEDIC suRelcAL SNYDER'S TEXACO SERVICE STATION Complele Radiaior Repair Texaco Fire Chief-Sky Chief Gasolines APPLIANCES 5I8 Norih Hanover Sfreei TE co EIizabe+hI'own, Pa. R,D, 2 EM 7-9069 Hershey Road Dial EM 7-3032 J. A. STUMPF SERVICE STATION Peiroleum ESSO Producfs and C3164 Truck Slrlixljlg I5I5 Marlcel' SI'reeI' QD. No. 3 ElizabeIhI'own Eliza befhfown, Pa. Phone EM 7-99 I 6 STAU FFER'S BEAUTY SALON II4 Norfh Poplar S'I'ree'I' Phone EM 7-I472 MIRIAM H. DRACE, Prop. 'Glorifying 'rhe American CurI" BOB'S FLOWER SHOP Unusual Flowers a'I' Their Besi' 39 Soufh Marlrei' Sfreei' Phone EM 7-22II A. LEWIS HEISEY, Agen+ STATE FARM INSURANCE COMPANIES AuI'o-Fire-Life 244 Soufh Markei' S+reeI Elizabefhfown, Pa. EM 7-4787 Complimenfs of GRACE C. BLOUGH H. S. FOREMAN 81 CO. Dealers in Eggs Terms-Cash Elizabefhrown, Pa., R.D. aifl Dial EM 7-2352 FIRST NATIONAL BANK and TRUST COMPANY Elizabefhfown Plan Ahead-Le+ Us Help You Keep S+ep Wifh I'he Parade of Progress B uw-h Member of F.D.l.c. Chile Click CLYDE E. FINK General ConI'racI'or Besi' Wishes 'Io 'rhe Class of '6I FARMERS FERTILIZER WORKS Manufaclurer of High Gracle Fer+iIizer for 56 Years DONEGAL PLANT FOOD for Lawns and Shrubbery Elizabefhfown PIIOHG Pennsylvania EM 7- I 2 I I ERB BROTHERS ESSO SERVICE STATION AuI'o Painiing-Used Cars Complimenfs of Body and Glass Repairs ELIZABETHTQWN 500 Norfh MarIce'I S'IreeI GARMENT CO. Elizabefhfown, Pa. 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