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

 - Class of 1976

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Thoughts and questions are constantly bombarding' us, as many facial expressions reveal. Now, perhaps more than ever, is a time in our lives when we have so many things to reflect upon. Decisions about our future, our friends and ourselves are demanded of us over and over again. We can never be free of thoughts, nor would we want tog but sometimes we just try not to think too hard and let come what may. 0 X I 1 " .mem .px :Q ws' ,, , -.P. - ii' 2, T f."3'.....1k . 'A,. . ,..., .s R I 1 J- S . . :fn ' AWK' 7 by Q .tw-' -1- . . fx "5 R. - s 23, klxpiggvh 'J f t --L-. - . 3" K ' -,145 31, Q"-fx a EV' - l ' ' 'S e ' Q "f f 1- ' ,fair 4 ' Q-:fi"Yg:,'A -. ff. , .T2ffigfaQ5gfN5a1fQ1"'ef-, , ' '-1 5-V ' X 1 ' -. e' - - UL. . le P S.7g,,3xtA.ga f -'Atv-:P!"i,4J 3 ' it-'k'?"1i . -F' -iff?-.PH 'U fit". ' -'fx -s v.--. - '. "'-.- ,.- ' .1 X' ' ftffifi, Q Wfffbi , -.055-11: -' R ir- .,.aiV::s' a ,Q -K rr . l - .H '- r , y ,-.gAf.- ' . f - -J' was-ff-'f lx . .. 'Wx-ff'-f-. e . 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Solitude is something that every person in the world needs. Sometimes all we want is to be alone, while at other times tha.t's the last thing we want. It can be physical or just a feeling found through confusion, anger, daydreaming, fear, elation or serenity. The kind of solitude that is loneliness is simply a fact of life that is inevitable and passes. Solitude through choice is when it becomes necessary to leave those near and dear to us behind for a while to get our heads together. We owe it to them as well as to ourselves, to be the best person we can be. A Time To Weep. . Nothing can express as many emotions as if S tears. Whether it's depression and sadness, pain f f and hurt, anger and humiliation, happiness and relief, joy and love, excitement and jubilationg whether it's the winning or losing of a very im- - i portant game. A fight with or loss of a very important per- son, or simply too many pressures piling up too fast, we must all shed a few tears now and then to preserve our sanity. ks 'swirl if 1 .a , ? O 5 Y, 1,2 QL -, V 1.2, 5 ':F 3 bi I Qf ' 391 . ,,g, 1-we V, tt 5 E.: i 'gf g 1 ' . I i I ,LQIQ ' ,,,l.., TAMIMENT W is i'T'I 'I , ,, SKI CONDITIONS A-. ,lg is I N0 S"""" I -' . N SKI L CLASSES "-7 Ji noun' '...wl1:ooA:3o'-7430 ,N ,...,.:iui1:l-sun scnoouwnecmn ff? ' L. . .,,, ,T , N 3 - I ,. jinqp ' 1 J , w...s.x 45 'Q I c Q vw Y .U A Time To Laugh. . Just as the high school years are the worst of the bad times, they are also the best of the good. We encounter many smiles and laughter throughout the day. Laughter is an indication of success in pursuing happiness. No one can be miserable all the time! If we all need a. good cry at times-well, it's doubly important to have a good laugh! 7 , .. . V . 5 ww. .4 1 ' , . :mf A , .A - , . A ' -3 G- , Q K A 3 A 4 ff-1 490'- par 1 , : ,gfiul K .Jl:"" f E i 1 X' X 1' "-- tfl H, ' . if . Nl v Im W, Me! x 'bv' X X N U X 9 Wi. .,-,. N Q. i , 4 Lf" , X Y 3' s 1 i 5 in if -fi 3 4 if. f Q , is ff ,, 1. 'ESQ S if 13 O 'x l. fl' ,Q I 'a g'i1uv"' 1' '-H, '..--fr! 'fr' N s : in 24, F . i 'S' fx 'nl' ll All ,V-V ' 9? I sf"' . , 1' Q .wriir Xi!! is X L 'f' ,O -- 1.41 ,9- R.: A Time To Work. . . In order to get the good things in life, we've got to work for them. If we want good grades, we study. If we want money, we get a. job. If we want someone's trust or approval, we work to prove we're worthy of it. Work isn't so bad, really. It gives us a. sense of pride and achievement. "I've got my job to do and I do it well." Chicago li ' ' gi rlgggffaif 1 fi J A Time To Play. . Educational Opportunity Time is the greatest thing that has ever happened. Where would seniors be without these opportunities? Some expand our knowledge, while some just expand our persons. A social life is important, too, because these are the times we will remember in a very special way. ' ,ex - , ,-r., .-- . An... . ,... Pj 4936'- 'alia- Fifi-e sg" ff Q "5 i 4 . .-X-li: haiie- ti' v N , 1 5--.45 5' r 'A ' ' ' . V- X- A 4,555-5.7, 13 y Q ' V-nJii.A1 f T . 'FU' i ,Q-'J .a' Q life! ,Ml ,f F :,r li :fi .5 .'. P Y x 3. ' ' 2.428 f -if - ' ig A Time To Love. . . Among the many kinds of love we have experienced are friendship, hero worship, family and the most bittersweet of all, romantic love. We discover the ecstacy and the pain falling' in love can bring. We dis- cover that everybody needs somebody and tha.t's what it's all about. ,..: , 4... , . ...sz , ...nn- A Time To Dance. . . For those who are uninhibited about dancing, it provides a great satisfaction. We remember the Bump and the Hustle, part of the Disco sound which has swept the country. And who could ever forget square dancing at the Sadie Hawkins Dance or Jitterbugging and Twisting at the '50's Hop? "Get down on the floor and let. the good times roll!" rg., ,,, ii, D33 ' D ' - V an if :-AEif99L.,..i...k"5 Nu.. . Q X. by xi . ' 5- 4 ,lu UH D 1 R Sa , Q ex. fx -v To Everything' Turn, Turn, Turn. . K ,J r . .f In n 1. .fi AWP' -ff' f af-H. '3?'fP31', f T? 'we- QN A 1 Q 5 p- f Jie A ' 1 I . , sda -'4 1, , 1 if " " , V X 4. 1 ' I :fe , i H Q"-lr N r.' XQjfQ '. , JN ' 5: . ! ,K fx I . x 'Mi--Q---' ii ' ,,,5w- ---- -- -'14 1 J. 4. ii 5.4 1 4 H :- 1 'I ' . .xx .Q . 'Q , ' J V . -'zzfxq-.jaF.J I S Q 1 A V . V , . if . ' .-', l , ."v Y 1 - ,Q 5' f ,"2 's1"n 'f 4 1-'Qu .. 4 X "v"1 R xl "' Qqg 50 bv There Is A Season And A Time For Every Purpose Under Heaven. . ik -5 1 e. "Wing, A " - I Q N. , vr '-N I3 NWN .1 ,A . .. 5 , ,, Q- ya J. .que n. ' 954' N'3, 1 f, tit ' 'I'- -A n. 1 'C A ' r l'8,,,,,.-. X . '.-. - 'f .LA,,, A-,. - A. , V Y .. -- .1 u. .x'. ."-, Q if .fa ff 'X n r . afiyim' . ' A .. 'li fy ' f . , ' ,' x " -'fy 1 1' " -T' - S ' . 1:1 -fxffg.1f.--.- ,.e . we N Rl' .- fLi', E f . -w-- - " -. . ' ' ' I', -- - "' ' r nnl1.-,,.,- 'bg A+-A - e 'er 4:1-.frugrzi-A . .23 .?:ij2.,: fi' ', ' ,.f-N' A - 1-aff, 'rss' .,. '735 'Xf5'1'f?j-gew " ,X-' I' pw-ff -- - n e em,-',,,f ' , ..,, ', w-13, -- f , wwe.,-. 58 . A I .41 '19-,Q-.Yr - Q 1 ' '7 .- " "vi '1 my -1 A Aa-J Y -,L y ' -, we f A .V ' 3 . 4, ' 3 'vu , Y Q.. I 4 x V ' 1 "I -, - 1 lo J' ' 7,1 :I V . f ' U, ' ' ' ' ..Z- '. 32991 jul' , - iff! f" 'V' 4 , E -. -. - 1 ,'.,51.L X QW -'bu . . A ,Y lx ' 1 ' fig... " .,1 X.- Hfyaffp ' "5 - 'lvl lk " '1!.:!:':J6- A -. H!! X. Dedication We, the class of 1976 take great pride in dedicating our yearbook to our high school principal, Mr. Dean Steinhart. In the years we have come to know Mr. Steinhart as our principal, friend, and adviser, we have found him to be a most capable administrator. Not only has he the courage to state his beliefs: he also sticks by them. He has taken an interest in both the academic and social aspects of the school as evidenced through his close working with Stu- dent Council and his attendance at school social functions and sports events. Mr. Steinhart is an extremely well-rounded and versatile individual. His education includes not only that knowledge which he gained from books, but it is also an instinctive knowledge of young peo- ple. He has helped and guided our class through the conflicts that we have encountered in the struggle of growing up. The Class of 1976 wishes only the best to Mr. Dean Steinhart in his future endeavors. n 4 Xixmiii W 17 The pages within the cover of the '76 Elizabethan were completed with earnest effort to grasp and preserve some of many experiences remembered by each individual. Through the passing of the years, I hope that this yearbook can be a source of happiness and provide many Ene memories of the '76 school year. Many thanks to Ralph Clouser for his guidance and to the staff for their faithfulness and cooperation which made this yearbook possible. With such help from Mr. Clouser and the participation of the staff, I can only say that they have made it a memorable experience for me. Jill Espenshade John Hemperly-Business Manager YS? gm Qj5,3.f.:. '- VM f A :sf .M Tammy Raffensperger--Copy Editor STAFF-Front Row: Nancy Arntz, Jill Espenshade, Tammy Raffensperger. Ledora Mullen Cindy Ebersole Back Row: John Hemperly, Lee Martin, Nancy Spangler. Barbara Brown, Kathy Clark John Touloumes 18 Brenda Thompson. Gerard Ulrich. Missing: Kathy Dosch. ,Xl- . -- t. hs. Staff Works Hard To Produce Elizabethan 1, of-rg-. Jill Espenshade-Layout Editor r 1 Ralph Clouser-Advisor BUSINESS STAFF-Kathy Clark, Barbara Brown, Gerard Ulrich. John Hemperly. Aw-. 'wa Ax Q. 7 4? pa 1 ,. an 9 4 Q.: "Hey, Tomorrow, where are you going? Do you have some room for me?" - Jim Croce The fact is, that tomorrow has room for each and every one of us. It is up to each in- dividual to find it. We have completed thirteen years of laughter, of tears, of triumphs, of heartaches, and ol' education. Now we have to find our place in tomorrow, however seemingly unimportant it may be. Everybody's important, especially us. SENIDRS X - .fx , 1 VL lllffix V . is 1 3 tlvfeg 3 l wk Anne E. Alexander Samuel W. Allen ANNE ALEXANDER April 30, 1958 Band 9,10: Orchestra 9,105 P. Puff 115 "I Remember Mama" 1CastJ 115 "Macbeth Did It" CComm.J ll: "Exit the Body" CCastl 10: Intramurals 115 Girl's Track 9. SAM ALLEN September 21, 1958 National Honor Society 1O,11.125 Chorus 125 Class President 11,125 P. Puff Coach 125 Student Council 11,125 "Macbeth Did It" lCaatD 115 "The Fan- tasticks" CCastD 1 15 "The Sound of Music" CComm.l 12: Football 12: Wrestling 95 "Don't Drink the Water" KCastD 12. VONNIE ANDREWS February 28, 1958 National Honor Society 10.11.121 Band Front 9.10.l1,125 P. I-'ulT 11,125 Stu- dent Council Vice-President 1 1, President 12: "Macbeth Did It" ICastl 1 15 In- tramurals 9.10.11,125 Track Statistician 9.10. NANCY ARNTZ August 13. 1958 National Honor Society 10,11,125 Orchestra 10,11,125 Blue and White 9,10,11,12: Yearbook 12: P, Puff 11,125 Business Club 12: "Macbeth Did It" CComm.l 115 Intramurals 10: Tennis 9,10,11,12: Library Aide 9,10,11,12. LYNDA BARD August 12, 1958 P. Puff 125 V0-Tech 10,l1.12. PAM BARD September 16, 1958 Yvonne M. Andrews Nancy C. Arntz Drama Club 115 Aquarium Club 9,10,115 "I Remember Mama" CComm.J 115 "Macbeth Did It" KUsheretteJ 115 "Lute Song" 10: Track Statistician 115 Library Aide 9,10.1l.12. KAREN BARLEY December 5. 1958 Future Homemakers of Am. 10,11,12. JACK BARNETT January 8, 1958 or X T' ' .,.5.,K is A U Lynda, L. Bard Pamelia L. Bard Karen D. Barley Jack E. Barnett, Jr. nas -MALL ,N K W V 4- xi , ., 1 ,' . T Qs? I Kenneth P. Beard Judy E. Beck Thomas Becker David G Bender KEN WOFAT BEARD August 23 1958 Class Treasurer 12 Macbeth Did It KCastl 11 JUDY BECK January 21 1958 National Honor Society 10 1 1 12 Investigation of Western Religions 9 Blue and White Sports Editor 9 10 Band Front 10 11 12 Girls Gym Club 9 Class Secretary 10 11 Macbeth Did It CComml 11 Tutoring 9 Intramurals 9 10 Baseball Manager 8 10 TOM BECKER. November 27 1957 Track 10 11 Football 12 DAVE BENDER December 31. 1958 Soccer Club 9,10,11,12g Soccer 9.10,11,12. DEB BERRIER November 25, 1957 Girl's Gym Club 9,10,11,12: Powder Puif Game 12: Intramurals 9.10.11,12: Track Statistician l1,12: Girl's Track 10: Sports Manager 11,12. KIM BERRIER April 9, 1958 Blue and White 9.10,11g Girl's Gym Club 9: Pep Club 10: Powder Puff Game 1 1: Tennis Club 9: Intramurals 9. JOHN "B.J." BICE July 536. 1958 May Court 10: Boy's Basketball 10.11.121 Baseball 9. CHRISTINA BIESECKER March 15. 1958 Chorus 9.10: Aquarium Club 9,105 Powder Puff Game 11,12. -one A fx. if as -my My ,X ff? 1 L4 ,K calm ,- E' ,L 4 Timothy C. Clark David S. Clemens we X It ' .n-, . ' Qi, 'iv S11 li ia John C. Clemens Deborah A. Cobaugh TIM CLARK February 22, 1957 Weightlifting Club 9,101 Wrestling 10,11. DAVE CLEMENS December 26,1956 JOHN CLEMENS June 27,1958 DEB COBAUGH August 24, 1958 Pep Club 11: Powderpuff 11: "I Remember Mama," "Macbeth Did It," "The Fantasticsn CComm.l 11: Intramurals 9,105 Girl's Basketball 10. KEITH "SKIPPY" COBLE May 3. 1957 Football 9. BARB CREQUE February 25, 1958 Blue and White 9.10: Band Front 10,11.l2: Gil-l's Gym Club 101 Aquarium Club 9: Powderputl' 11: "Macbeth Did It" CComm.J 11: Intramurals 10. CONNIE CRIGGER. April 25, 1958 Future Homemakars of America 10,123 Vo-Tech 10,11,12. ROB DALTON April 28. 1958 - Tennis Club 9.10: Golf 9.10: Boy's Track 9. Keith E. Coble Barbara E. Creque Connie D. Crigger Robert J . Dalton ,QSM va- X! QA S, 4.- t i Lf -if , 55, J 1? f ai x 1 'ls E I. an s if 95 Q .iju .25- nl 1' is ,Ag I e .3395 , ' 1 ' 131 1 ' SSE -,Q n - v'1"'x:?A:K- wg "fifties J , ii s'f3w, ' 'fi Q, - w gf in .F .fr If 4, 5-, 5 I If X-ff?-ffx Emmy Q JI' uf I' .Y 1. 4 9-f' 5 'L . , , 1 K 4 ,HF 1 1 .WJ ,A .au..,,4-' '- . f na? gxxyx' fs ' S 'QM x.h ms, xg IVV v f CI' I s .555 fi Richard L. Eyer Timothy A. Fausnacht LC Z- ,.. I .. -NH?" if , ,., ,A,,... Julie A. Fetterman Armond G. Fieni. Jr. RICK "THICK" EYER May 19. 1958 National Honor Society 10.11.123 Band 9.10.11.12: Orchestra 9.10.11g Stage Bend 10.11.125 Soccer Club 9: Concert Band 9,l0.1l.12: "The Sound of Music" 11: Soccer 10.11.125 District Band 11.12: County Band l0.1l.l2. TIM "SQUARE BEAR" FAUSNACHT July 15. 1958 Soccer Club 9: Soccer 9.10.11.12g Wrestling 9. JULIE FETTERMAN October 12. 1958 Intramurals 9.10. ARMOND FIENI April 21. 1958 MIKE FINK August 31. 1958 National Honor Society 12: Orchestra. 9.109 "Macbeth Did lt" 1 13 Football 9: Golf 9.l0.1l.12. MORRIE FINK June 19, 1958 Chess Club 10: Rille Club 9: Metal Club 9.10.11: Vo-Tech 11. CINDY FITTERY May 9. 1958 Future Nur es of America 9.10: Band 9: Blue and White 9.10.1 1. Stage Band 9: Medical Careers Club 11.121 Gir1's Gym Club 9. Concert Band 9: In- tramurals 9.10: "I Remember Mama." QCommJ 11: Slimnutics 10. DEB FITZKEE December 17. 1958 Photography Club 10: Metal Club 9.10. CmdyJ Fxttery DeboraL Fitzkee .-1. l .. .- C! ' H 1 I I 1 iq , Soccer Club 9.10. GREG FLICK February 3. 1958 LYNN FLOYD November BB, 1957 Rifle Club 91 Wrestling 9.10: Vo-Tech l0.1l,12. DEB FOGIE Febmary 20. 1958 Wrestlerettes 10.11.125 National Honor Society 10.11.12: Powderpufl' l1.12: I Tennis Club 9: "Macbeth Did It" iComm.l 11: Intramurals 9.10.11. JOHN FOY August 18. 1958 I Boy's Basketball 9.10: Intramurals 9.10: Baseball 9.l0.11.12. - CINDY FREDERICK June 23. 1958 Girl's Gym Club 9.10: Powderpufl' 11: Intramurals 9: Cheerleading 9.10,1l. 1 JIM FRY september 14. 1957 L FFA 9.1O.11: Blue and White 9.10: Chess Club 10: Rifle Club 9.10: Drawing and Design Club 9.10: Crystal Club 9.10: Rocket Club 9.10. JOHN FRY September 14. 1957 Blue and White 10: Rifle Club 9.10: Crystal Club 9.10: A.V. Club 10: Ches I Club 11. KEITH FULLER March 23. 1958 Leader's Club 9.10.1l,12. 1 1 Cynthia S. Frederick James W. Fry pa- . ' 4 fin - X 1 . I y, , ie. se.. John R. Fry Keith A. Fuller 1 1 Gregory J. Flick Lynn T. Floyd x 5 u X Debra E. Fogie John D. Foy ED FULTON September 6. 1958 CRAIG FULTZ May 19. 1959 Weightlifting Club 9,10,11,l9g National Honor Society l0,1l.12: Band 93 Football 9.10.11,12: Wrestling 9,10,11,12. DIANE FURST August 11, 1958 Wrestlerettes 1O,11,1Bg Band Front 95 Tennis Club 9: "Macbeth Did It" fComm.l 113 Intramurals 9: Cross Country Statistician 11: YTSC Represen- tative 11: Student Forum 12. SALLY GARBER November 27, 1958 1976 ALL-STATE ORCHESTRA: Band 11,121 Chorus 10,11,12: Orchestra 9,10.11,12: Concert Band 11: "Macbeth Did It" lComm.l 11: "The Sound of Music" 12: "Tempo 74" 10: County and District Orchestra 10,1 1.12: Regional and State Orchestra IB. TOBY GARBER March 20, 1958 National Honor Society l0,11,18: Band 9,10,l1.12g Orchestra 1 1: Stage Band 10,11,18: "Tempo '74" 10: Soccer 12: Boy's Basketball 9,l0,11: Boy's Track 9,10,11,12:G0lf 10,11. BONNIE GERBER February 12. 1958 Girl's Gym Club 9,105 Graphics Arts Club 9,103 Photography Club 9,103 Draw- ing and Design Club 9,105 Intramurals 9,10. 3 H-.-:Q 'i . 'rfgge Edward R. Fulton Craig W. Fultz KAREN GERMER January 6, 1958 Majorettes gl Girl's Gym Club 9,1O,11,19: Pep Club 10.115 "Macbeth Did It" 11: Intramurals 9,10,11.12: Track Statistician 11,12g Sports Manager 12. DON "SPIKE" GIBBONS February 10, 1958 Chess Club 9: Rleferee's Club 10: Intramurals 9,105 Soccer 11.123 Boy's Basketball 9,10g Boy's Track 11.12. N Tobin H. Garber Bonnie M. Gerber Karen L. Germer Donald E. Gibbons 32 f , . ,K I 1 Diane B. Furst Sally A. Garber Leasa E. Gohn Gwen M. Goodling Randy A. Goodling W. Dwain Goretzke Paul H. Gibbs Robert K. Gingrich vrmf L bQ Herbert E. Gish Wendy A. Gitt PAUL GIBBS December 31. 1957 Future Farmers of America 11,121 R.i11e Club 10. BOB GINGRICH September 28. 1958 Chorus 9,10.11: "Tempo '74" 103 Cross Country 11,123 Boy's Track 95 Physics Club 12. HERB GISH May 26, 1958 National Honor Society 9.10: Metal Club 9. WENDY GITT October 16. 1958 National Honor Society 10,1 1,123 Chorus 12: Blue and White Feature Editor 12: "Macbeth Did It" lCommJ 11: Speedreading 11. LEASA GOHN October 16. 1958 Blue and White 9: Pep Club 10.113 Intramurals 9.10. GWEN GOODLING December 30, 1958 Wreetlerettes 9.1O,ll,12g May Court 103 Homecoming 12: Girl's Gym Club 9.10.11g Senior Student Council 12: "I Remember Mama" fComm.J 11: "Macbeth Did It" lComm.J 113 Intramurals 9.10.1 1: Hockey 9.10.1 1.195 Girl's Track 10. RANDY GOODLING January 26. 1958 DWAIN GORETZKE January 10. 1959 Leader's Club 10,11,12: Band-Marching 9: Orchestra 9: Ril1e Club 9.10: Photography Club 9. 33 KELLY GOSS September 14. 1958 Wrestlerettes 9.l0.11.12: Chorus 9.10.11.12: Blue and White 10.11: Band Front 11.12: Girl's Gym Club 9: Aquarium Club 9: Gir1's Basketball 9: "Lute Song" 10: YTSC Representative 11.12. JOHN GREENAWALT July 31. 1958 Weightlifting Club 9: Rifle Club 9. PAT GREINER July 29. 1958 Wrestlerettes 10: Photography Club 9.10.11: Metal Club 9.10.11: Vo-Tech 11.12. MARGARET GRICE September 7. 1958 Girl's Gym Club 9.1O.11.12: Pep Club 9.10.11.12:Powderpuff 11.121 "Macbeth Did It" 11: Intramurals 9,10,11.12: Gir1's Basketball 9: Cheerleading 10.11.12. VIVIAN GRIFFIT1-I May 3. 1958 Band 10.11.12: Orchestra 10.11.12: Concert Band 10.11.12. GREG "GROG" GROGAN May 20. 1958 Weightlifting Club 9,1O.11: Soccer Club 9.10: Powderpuff Coach 11. 12: Ten- nis Club 9.10: Rifle Club 9.10: Drawing and Design Club 9.10: Senior Student Council 12: Intramurals 9.10: Football 9: Football Trainer 12: Football Manager 10: Referee Club 9, KEN GRUBER June 28. 1958 Future Farmers of America 9.1O.11.12. NANCY GRUBER January 7. 1958 Future Homemakers of America 10: National Honor Society 11. Vivian A. Griffith Gregory P. Grogan Kenneth E. Gruber Nancy J. Gruber 32-s Darlene L. Gutshall Mindy L. Gutshall if R.. vii i Michael A. Haake Gregory E. Hackenberger F 1 - I DARLENE GUTS1-IALL March 3. 1958 National Honor Society 1O,11.12: Intramurals 9.10. MINDY "MIN" GUTSHALL February 16. 1958 Wrestlerettes 10.11.123 Future Farmers of America 11.12: Girl's Gym Club 9: - Pep Club 10: Intramurals 9.10: Football Manager 11.12. MIKE HAAKE September 18. 1957 Band 9.10.1 1.12: Chorus 11: Orchestra 9: Stage Band 11.12: "Macbeth Did It" fCastJ 111"The Fantasticks' fCastJ 11: "Sound of Music" CCastP 12: "Tem- I po "74" lComm.J 10: "Don't Drink the Water" mast, 12. GREG HACKENBERGER. March 2. 1958 National Honor Society 10.11.125 Band 11: Chess Club 9.10: Soccer Club 9: Soccer 9: Theology and Philosophy Club 12: "Don't Drink the Water" fCas0 12. KAREN HAMPTON April 20. 1958 Wrestlerettes 10.11.121 Cross Country Statistician 11: Girl's Basketball 9. CHRISTINA "KIKI" HANSON March 30. 1958 Majorettes 9.10.1l.12: Chorus 9.10: Medical Careers Club 12: Girl's Gym Club 9: Intramurals 9: Girl's Basketball 9. EVONNE HARPINE October 28. 1956 DAVE HARTMAN February 20. 1957 Weightlifting Club 10: Future Farmers of America 10.11.12. . I --. Evonne M Harpme David R Hartman lg 1 ar' V? ' 'f 1 DEBBIE "I'IERSI'I" HERSHEY October 10. 1958 National Honor Society 10.11.12: Band Front 9.10.11.12: Powder Puff Game 12: "Sound of Music" 1UsheretteJ 12: GirI's Basketball 9.10.l1.12: Baseball Statistician 10: Head Majorette 11.12. DALE HERTZLER September 10. 1958 Chorus 11: Rifle Club 9: Tutoring 10. CONNIE HESS March 21. 1958 Future Farmers of Am. 12. Girl's Gym Club 93 Basketball Club 9. DENNIS HICKERNELL September 11. 1958 Chess Club 9.10,11. BURNELL "NELLIE" HIESTAND March 2. 1958 National Honor Society 10,11.l2: Chess Club 9.10.11q Class Treasurer 11: Tennis Club 9,105 "Macbeth Did It" CCastJ 11: Soccer 11: Boy's Basketball 9.10.11. SCOTT HIPPENSTEEL December 24, 1957 National Honor Society 10.11.122 Band 9.10.11.12g Orchestra 9.11: Chess Club 10.111 Concert Band 9.10.11.12: Cross Country 12: Boy's Track 11.12. RUTH 1-IOERNER September 5. 1958 Intramurals 9. DIANE HOLLINGER March 22, 1958 Wrestlerettes 1O.11: Orchestra 9: Band Front 9.10,11.l2: Drama Club 11: Girl's Gym Club 9.10: Pep Club 10: Intramurals 9.10: Girl's Track 9. Burnell Hiestand Scott C. Hippensteel rx Ii Rv Ruth F. Hoerner Diane C. Hollinger l Gregory E. Hoover John L. Hornback Robin L. Horst Gail S. Hossler I l GREG "HAWK" HOOVER October 16. 1958 Band 9.10.11: Soccer 10.11,12: Boy's Basketball 9,10.11: Boy's Track 9.11,12: Referees Club 9. JOHN I-IORNBACK April 15. 1958 Future Farmers of America 11,12: Band 9.10.1 1: Orchestra 10: Concert Band 9.10.11: "Tempo '74" 10: Intramurals 9: Boy's Basketball 9: Golf 10.11,12. ROBIN HORST October 24, 1958 Wrestlerettes 11.12: Girl's Gym Club 9: Intramurals 9.10.11.12. GAIL IIOSSLER February 4. 1958 Band 9.10.1 1.19: County Band 12: Chorus 9.1O,l1,l2: District and Regional Chorus 11: Orchestra 9.10.11.l2: County Orchestra 10: "Don't Drink the Water"1CsstJ 12: "I Remember Mama" CCa.stl 11: "Macbeth Did It" CCastJ 11: "The Fantsstlcksn fCastJ 11: "The Sound of Music" CCa.stJ 1 1: "Tempo "I4" 10: "Lute Song" CCastD 10: "Exit the Body" KComm.J 10: Tennis 10. JUDY HOSTETLER October 21, 1958 Girl's Gym Club 9: Tennis Club 9: Intramurals 10.11. DAVE HUDZICK June 26, 1958 Chess Club 9,1O.11: Soccer Club 9: Rifle Club 10: Soccer 9.10. SANDY HUMMER May 8. 1958 Band Front 11: Blue and White 9: Girl's Gym Club 9: Intramurals 9.10. MIKE HUMMERT April 18. 1958 Soccer Club 9: Soccer 9. fi? Judith E. Hostetler rv 'U' Sandra Hummer Q5 X v David E. Hudzick Michael D. Hummert rt Vx CF' 4 maj Thfj. 5 .f 1, . A K. 'Y ll 't .ff Susan M. Kanode Kay A. Kauffman Sharon L. Kashner Michael L. Kaylor QB i . .1 NA-1 A5 J. Michael Hungler Jennifer L. James -1 J can B. Johns Jeannette L. Kandes MIKE HUNGLER June 2, 1958 JENNY "JEN" JAMES January 9. 1958 Future Farmers of America 1 1: Coloi-guard 10g May Court 9: Girl 's Gym Club 95 Powderpuff 12: Intramurals 9,105 Tennis 9,103 "Dont Drink the Water" lCastl 12. JOAN JOHNS October 4, 1958 Future Homemakers of America 10: Girl's Gym Club 95 Intramurals 9,10.l 15 Crafts Club 9. JEANNETTE KANDES September 18, 1958 Band Front 9,10,1I,l2: Girl's Gym Club 93 Tennis Club 9: Intramurals 9.10.1135 Tennis 9,lO,11,12. SUSAN KANODE February 10, 1958 Chess Club 10: "Macbeth Did It" fComm.l 11. KAY KAUFFMAN September 8, 1958 Future I-Iomemakers of America 10.115 Business Club 123 "Macbeth Did It" fComm.l ll: Intramurals 11. SHARON KASI-INER May 27, 1958 Powderpuff 125 Intramurals 10,1l,1Bg Girl's Track 10,11,12. MIKE KAYLOR October 8, 1958 Rifle Club 9. ...Q 'L sf: 89 Lg 'EZ' fC' Ramona S. Keefer Miriam F. Keener .X Ann Kegerize Elizabeth A. Keinard RAMONA KEEPER. November 95 1958 Future Homemakere of America 10 12 Orchestra 9 10 Medical Careers Club 11 18 Girls Gym Club 9 Macbeth Dad It 11 Library Aide 10 MIM KEENER November 22 1958 Investxgation of Western Religions 10 Tennis Club 9 I Remember Mama KComml 11 Lute Song fCommJ 10 Intramurals 9 10 11 ANN KEGERIZE March 16 1958 Band Marching 9 10 Chorus 9 10 11 19 Orcheutra 9 10 11 18 Sound of Music 18 Tempo '74 10 Stage Band 9 10 11 12 BETSY KEINARD March 96 1958 Blue and White 9 Powder Pull' Game 11 12 Library Aide 10 1112 I Remember Mama KCommD 11 Macbeth Did It QCemml ll BOB KELCHNER June 8 1958 Band Marching 9 10 11 Stage Band 10 CARMELLA KELLER October 9 1958 Future Homemakers of America 10 Future Farmers of America 11 12 tramurals KAREN KENNEDY December B7 1957 Powder Puff Game 11 Intramurals 9 10 11 12 BARRY KILLIAN May 1 1968 Weightlifting Club 10 11 19 Football ll 19 Croll Country 10 Boye Track 40 Robert E. Kelchner xi NK' Karen L. Kennedy 5 t Carmella L. Keller Barry J. Killian A Kerry J. Kline Phyllis L. Kreamer we KAROL 'FIS1-I KISH July 18 1958 Investigation of Western Religions 9 10,11' Blue and White 12' Band Front I0 11 12: Stage Band 10 11 12: Powder Puff Game 1112: Intramurals 9 10 11' Track Statistician 9,10 11 12' Prom Committee 19. KERRY KLINE July 5 1958 Weightlilting Club 9 10 11: Football 9 10 11' Baseball 9 11 12. BRIAN KOS' KOSER November S0 1958 Chess Club 9.1011' Tennis Club 11' Boys Basketball 9 1011: Baseball 9 10 11 19, PHYLLIS 'PHID" KREAMER November 4 1958 Band-Marching 9 10 11 12' Orchestra 9 10 l1.12' Stage Band 9 10,11 18' Girl s Gym Club 9' Concert Band 9 10 11 12' 'The Sound of Music' 19' 'Tem- po '74 10' Hockey 10 11 12. ERLENE KREIDER July 25. 1958 Western Religions 9: Girl s Gym Club 9' Powder Puff Game 11: 'I Remember Mama KCastD 111 Macbeth Did It CCastJ 11' Tempo 74 10. RICHARD KREIDER November 3 1958 Future Farmers of America 9 10 11 18. DONNA LANCASTER December 21 1958 Future I-Iomemakers of America 111B' Drama Club 11' Library Aide 10.11.1B' Future Hcmemakers of America 12. RICK LANCASTER May 91 1958 Wrestlerettes 10,111 Band Front 9,115 Chorus 9,10,11: Investigation of Q Q gg " ' QAVM Erlene S. Kreider Jay R. Kreider 1 Donna J. Lancaster Richard W. Lancaster .- "Q, M is is ff? .17 iw V, 2. , , Q Pig FH Q. 2 bi ,Y vw-,, H A , .3 az. 4' - Q , ,, ' V Sai xx- f- 4: x t ew 'AY "M f .gE.,1"W -JJ' " fx-fit 26- A .zjriiv 15,51 - is 4' Eg :gg Q E . A" 5 'M , ts, my ',-35. ig H552 if .ff Q ' Af 'ff 3'!':-1 ' af-, x . xi' a 1 3, 5, at 1 ur 'E- f 4, ,-,, 15:5 Q ., ,- uw 1 I, wr A I lmfzhyvw 'WFS Q. cv Q., Q Q LE. if 3 r 75 Kathleen R. McCann Kathy I. Miller Timothy C. Miller William L. Miller .'15-v ' 'wax I: " f I r Lgggtiisitw 0 4+ y,fQf5., -Hgh ,xg George G. Lewis David R. Liscom 42" k I .x Kim M. Lokey A. Lee Martin if GORDON LEWIS September 10. 1958 Future Farmers ol' America 11.123 Band-Marching 9.I0.I1,l2: Chorus 9,10,11.12: Stage Band 9.10: Concert Band 9.10.11.1B: Sr. Student Council 1l.12: "Tempo '74" 10: Soccer 8.10: Wrestling 9.10,l1. DAVE LISCOM August 13, 1958 Tennis Club 11: Crystal Growing Club 9: Physics 12. KIM LOKEY June B9. 1958 Band Front 11.123 Girl's Gym Club 9.10.11.1B: Prom Committee 12: "I Remember Mama" lComm.D 11: "Macbeth Did It" lComm.l 11: Intramurals 9.10.11: Track Statistician 11: Chorus 12. LEE MARTIN September 23. 1958 Chorus 9.10.11: Yearbook 12: Prom Committee 13: "Macbeth Did It" QComm.J 11: "The Sound of Music" CComm.J 12: "Tempo '74" 10. KATHY McCANN October 8. 1958 Orchestra 9.10: Girl's Gym Club 9.1O,11.12: Pep Club 9.10.1 1.12: Intramurals 9.10.1 1.12. KATHY MILLER September 27. 1958 Business Club 12: Intramurals 9.10,11.12. TIM MILLER May 17. 1958 Chess Club 9.10. BILL MILLER September B. 1957 Soccer Club 9: Aquarium Club 10: Tennis Club 10: Soccer 9. 43 A ,.,.. . .Af 'mr 4 I . k JW! 5 . x . vwl ,- e. :suit 'Lk iff! Xxx -I 1? in fik 9' rx Q! U E? 1 -w, 33-1 W1 Maureen K. Murphy Michael W. Nauman riff. -f nit, l Sterling C. Nauman Sandra Neely if X 4 'seg MAUREEN MURPH MURPHY May 8 1958 May Court 9 11 Girls Gym Club 9 Class Treasurer 10 Intramurals 9 Hockey 9 10 11 12 Cheerleading 9 10 11 19 MIKE NAUMAN July B4 1958 Weightlifting Club 10 11 IB Tennis Club 9 Football 9 10 11 18 Wrestling 91011 12 Boy s Track 9 Baseball 1012 STERLING NAUMAN January 12 1958 Future Farmers of America 9 10 11 12 Photography Club 9 SANDY NEELY August 4 1968 HUNG NGUYEN June 17 1956 GERRY NOLT March 13 1958 CINDY OCONNOR May 26, 1958 LINDA 0'CONNOR April 18. 1958 Intramurals l0,11,12, Lxbrary Aide 10 Hung Nguyen Cynthia C. O'Connor A Tig Gerald E. Nolt i Linda M. 0'Connor 45 Charles R Pfaunmxller Daniel M Pfautz Rhonda S Phillips Lisa A Plckel -I' ,f' 11. , - -in V "1 ,'? .NUI- j,, ., It I . ' 4 . 6'-A Victor D. Olinger Bryan J. Olnick Linda Olweiler Marcella Packard VIC OLINGER June 13, 1957 Weightlifting Club 9,10' Football 10. BRYAN "HUSKIE" OLNICK July 28 1959 Homecommg Court 12 May Court 10 1 1 Soccer Club 9 10 Powderpulf Coach ll 12 Sr Student Council 10 11 12 Macbeth Did It 11 Soccer 10 11 12 Boy s Track 11 12 Baseball 9 10 LINDA OLWEILER December 11 1958 Glrls Gym Club 9 Graphic Arts Club 11 Pep Club 11 Tennis Club 9 Rlfle Club 9 Girls Track 9 Prom Committee 12 MARCIE PACKARD October 10 1958 Band Front 1011 19 Drama Club 11 Girls Gym Club 10 Pep Club I0 Powderpuff 11 Current Affairs Club 911 Lute Bong KCas0 11 I Remember Mama CCommxtteeJ 11 CHUCK PFAUNMILLER July 20 1958 DAN DAGO PFAUTZ August 1 1958 Wexghthltlng Club 9 1011 12 Puwderpufl' Coach 11 Football 9 1011 18 Wresthng 9 10 11 12 Boy s Track 9 RHONDA PHILLIPS April 17 1958 Intramurals 10 1 1 12 LISA PICKEL January 90 1959 Pep Club 10 11 Intramurals 10 lk 1,1 1 if V . : . 1 1 gf A ' 46 I l gmD1mD1mmbL I 1 I I L as 1 1 L 1 LLL as LLC CLLLLLLC as usessasel KEITH PLESSINGER February 7, 1958 RICK "SLUGGO" PRICE May 30, 1957 Weightlifting Club 1O,11.12: Powderpuff Coach 11,123 Key Club 1 1: Football 9,1O,11,12: Wrestling 9: Boy's Track 8.10.1l.1S3. JUDY QUERRY August 17, 1958 Investigation of Western Religions 9: Girl's Gym Club 9,10,l2g Powderpuff 11,125 Intramurals 9.10.11,1B: Football Manager 11,l2. ROB RABUCK April 23, 1958 Chess Club 9: Rifle Club 9: Football 9. TAMMY RAFFENSPERGER September 27, 1958 National Honor Society 10.11.123 Blue and White 9,105 Yearbook Co-Editor 12: Vice-President of Class ll: Secretary of Class 12: Sr. Student Council 10: "Macbeth Did It" lComm.l 115 Intramurals 9,101 Hockey 10,113 Baseball Manager 9,105 Powderpuff 12. BRENDA RAU November 28. 1958 Drama Club 9,105 Homecoming Court 12: Medical Careers Club 10.11: Girl's Gym Club 9.10.11,l2: Pep Club 10.113 Powderpuff 11,123 "Macbeth Did It" CComm.l 11: Intramurals 9,l0,11g Cheerleading l0,1l. CHRIS RAUB December 7, 1957 "Macbeth Did It" KComm.l 115 Intramurals 9,1O,12: Library Aide 9.10: Prom Committee 12. ALMA REHRER August 7, 1958 Pep Club 9,10,1l: Intramurals 9. -sf ' .5 fl n ' 1. ? Tammy L. Raffensperger Brenda L. Rau Sara C. Raub Alma J. Rehrer of .-4' fe lo Y 1 'Y l 3 Q , , . Q .. Keith A. Plessinger Jacob R. Price 1 Judy A. Quarry Robert K. Rabuck ! David E. Reider Robert E. Raelnert . i ,,' Cheri K. Reiser Wanda. J. Reno DAVE REIDER May 10. 1958 Rifle Club 9.10. BOB REINERT April 17, 1958 Boy's Track 9: Baseball 9. CHERI REISER October 12. 1958 Band 11,1231 Concert Band 11,125 Tennis 10.115 "Lute Song" lComm.J 113 "Exit the Body" fComm.l 10. WANDA RENO May 4, 1958 Gir1's Gym Club 9,10: Pep Club 10: Intramurals 9.10,11. DAVE "BAMBI" RI-IYNE January 25, 1958 Weightlilting' Club 9,10g Tennis Club 105 Referee Club 9: Football 9,103 Boy's Basketball 9,10,11,l2. BRIAN RICE May 15, 1958 National Honor Society 9,10,11,12: Tennis Club 11: Chess Club 10.11. FRANCIE RICO Nov. 4. 1957 Mexican Exchange Student. PETE RIOS January 13, 1957 May Court 11: Boy's Gym Club 10,115 Soccer Club 9,10,11: Tennis Club 9,105 Sr. Student Council 9.10: "Macbeth Did It" QCas0 11: Soccer 9,10,11,12g Boy's Basketball 9,105 Boy's Track 11. 48 0 K X f al Q if l David C. Rhyne Brian L. Rice Francisco. M. Rico Peter J. Rios ,uni gig ,Ax-'P ' T Aff s - W? 1 ..--1 1 ' Linda C. Royer Linda E. Rutherford 1 A 1-,Hg James E. Rutt Marilyn L. Rutt Larry Risser - Marvin L. Rote Kimberly Roth Patrica A. Roth LARRY RJSSER April 86 1958 Weightlifting 10 19 FFA 11 19 Football 9 MARVIN SKINNY ROTE November 99 1958 Baseball 10 11 12 KIM ROTI-1 April 1 1958 Chorus 9 10 Powder Pull' Game 11 12 Intramurals 9 10 Cheerleading 9 11 PATSY ROTH September 19 1959 Band Front 1 1 Chorus 9 10 Glrl s Gym Club 9 10 1 1 Pep Club 9 Tannll Club 9 Intramurals 9 Lute Song KCammJ 10 LINDA ROYER October 7 1958 CCummJ 11 Intramurals 9 10 Track Statlltlclan 11 19 Baaketball Manager ll 19 Sllmnastice 10 LINDA RUTHERFORD June 98 1958 Band 9 1011 19 Girls Gym Club 9 10 11 19 Powder Pull' Game 19 Concert Band 9 10 I1 Exit the Body Ccnmml 10 Intramural: 9 10 11 19 Hockey 9 10 11 JIM RUTT November 2 1957 FFA 9 10 1118 Rifle Club 9 10 MARILYN RUTI' November 9 1957 FHA 10 11 FNA 10 FTA 10: Tennis Club 9.10: "I,Remember Mama" lComm.l 1 lg "Macbeth Did It" 49 diff i? Peggy S. Sheetz Ruby C. Sheetz Tina M. Shultz Sandra K. Smeal sr? PEGGY SHEETZ July 6. 1958 Powderpufi' 12. Intramurals 9.10,1l: Library Aide 9.10. RUBY SHEETZ December 11. 1958 TINA SHULTZ November 19. 1958 Band Front 11.12. Girl's Gym Club 9,1O.11g Hockey 10.11: Intramurals 9: Girl's Basketball 9.10: Girl's Track 9. SANDY SMEAL November 29, 1958 Intramurals 11. ARLENE "SMITTY" SMITH July 28. 1958 National Honor Society 10.11.123 Chorus 9,10,11.1Bg Pep Club 10: Tennis Club 9: "Mama" lCastJ 10. "Lute Song" CCa.stl 10: "I Remember Mama" KComm.l 11: "Macbeth Did It" KCas0 11: "The Fantasticksn CComm.D 11: "Sound of Music" CCast1 12: "Tempo "74" 105 "Don't Drink the Water" iStu- dent Directorl 12: Intramurals 9,10,11.12g Hockey Manager 9.10.11.12g Ten- nis 9.10.l1.12. PAM SNYDER June 5. 1958 Future Homemakers of America 9.10: Future Nurses of America 9: Medical Careers Club 9.10,11: Photography Club 9: Intramurals 9.10. LISA SONNON June 9, 1957 Blue and White 9. Ofiice Aide 10. NANCY SPANGLER March 13, 1958 National Honor Society 11,121 Chorus 9,10.11,12g Orchestra 93 Blue and White 9.11,123 Yearbook 123 "Tempo '74" 10: Intramurals 9.l0.11: Hockey 10.11. yo sa 'QT . i Arlene R. Smith Pamma. M. Snyder ffl A. vi ' 1. .J . A ,Q- W -fluff , . Q 5 Lisa L. Sonnon Nancy R. Spangler 51 GENE SPICKLER February 28. 1958 Vo-Tech 1O,1l,12. PENNY STAKE October 15, 1958 Band 9. CHUCK STANFORD July 10, 1958 Baseball 10.1l,12: V0-Tech 10.11.l2. DARREL STAUFFER July 9, 1958 Band 11: Chorus 9,1O,11: "I Remember Mama" CCastJ 11: "Macbeth Did It" fCastJ 11: "Tempo" 10. ROGER STAUFFER August 7. 1957 Aquarium Club 9: Rifle Club 9,10. CHUCK STEPHENS March 15, 1957 Weightlifting Club 9.10.1 1: Football 9,1O,11g Cross Country 12: Boy's Track 9.10.11.12. RANDY STEVENS February 18. 1958 Galen E. Spickler Penny J. Stake Weightlifting Club 9.10.1 1: Football 9,1O,11,12: Wrestling 9.10,11,12. TIM "KING PUFF' STOCKDALE March 30. 1958 Weightlifting Club 11: Football 12: Baseball 12. Roger V. Stauffer Charles K. Stephens Randy R. Stevens Timothy J. Stockdale lv n Charles H. Stanford Darrel D. Stauffer Carol A. Swope Betty J. Taylor li? ", Shih Mark E. Thomas Mary J. Thomas Peggy A. Strait Theresa A. Straub X ai Sara J. Stroming-er Carmen Y. Sudduth PEGGY STRAIT December 9, 1957 Intramurals 11, TER! STRAUB December 31. 1957 Band 9,10.11: Girl's Gym Club 9.10: Concert Band 9.10.1 1: Business Club 12: Cheerleading 9.11.12, SARA STRDMINGER December 7. 1958 Girl's Gym Club 9: Intramurals 11. CARMEN SUDDUT1-1 June 26. 1958 Band Front 9: Girl's Gym Club 9: Senior Student Council 9: "I Remember Mama" 1Comm.D 11: "Macbeth Did It" QComm.J 11: "The Fantasticksn fComm,J 11: "Tempo "74" 10: "Lute Song" fComm.J 10: "Exit the Body" iComm.l 10. CAROL SWOPE November 25. 1958 Powder Puff Game 12: Intramurals 9.10,11. BETTY TAYLOR May 22, 1958 Powder Puff Game 1 1.12: "I Remember Mama" fComm.l 11: "Macbeth Did It" fComm.D 11: Intramurals 9.1O,l2: Girl's Track 10.1 1.12: Basketball Manager 11,12: Library Aide 9,10.11.12. MARK THOMAS April 30, 1958 Lee.der's Club 9: Photography Club 9. MARY THOMAS February 28. 1958 Girl's Gym Club 9,10: Pep Club 10: Powder Puff Game 12: Intramurals 9.l0.11.12: Cross Country 12: Girl's Basketball 10.11.122 Glrl's Track 11.12. 53 Brenda S. Thompson Eva M. Tobias BRENDA THOMPSON August 31, 1958 Yearbook 12: Girl's Gym Club 9,10,12: "I Remember Mama" KCommJ 11: In- tramurals 9,10,1l: Hockey 1l,12: Tennis 9.10,11,l2: Cheerleading 9,10,11: Co-Captain 12. EVA TOBIAS September 15. 1953 Future Homemakers of America 10. CUONG TRAN October 7, 1959 DUNG TRAN January 20. 1956 GRACE TRIMBLE December 31, 1957 Medical Careers Club ll. GERRY ULRICH November 14, 1958 National Honor Society 1O,11,12: Chorus 9.l0,1l,12: Yearbook 12: "1 Remember Mama" lComm.D 1 1: "Macbeth Did It" fCastJ 1 1: "The Fantasticksu fComm.l 11: "Tempo '74" 10: Theology, Philosophy Club 12: "Don't Drink the Water" fCas0 12. Cuong X. Tran Dung T. Tran KEN ULRICH November 2. 1957 ROXAN VANZANDT April 2. 1958 Powderpuff 1 1: Cross Country Manager 11: Track Statistician 10,11,12: In- tramurals 11: "I Remember Mama" QComm.J 11. if Q-M' Q lic '- ' 'A fs Gerard L. Ulrich Grace M. Trimble Kenneth L. Ulrich Roxan D. VanZandt Tj if , A Barbara J. Viscome Nicholas M. Voutsas Richard K. Wahl Ray A. Waite BARB VISCOME December 10. 1968 National Honor Society 10,11,l23 Majorettes 9,1O,11,12: Girl's Gym Club 9: Powderpuff 11,12: Prom Committee 123 Intramurals 9.10: Girl's Basketball 10. NICK VOUTSAS June 14. 1958 Weightlifting Club 11: Tennis Club 11: Football 9: Boy's Track 10,1l.12. RICK WAHL January 26. 1959 Leader's Club 10.11.123 Weightliiting Club 10,11: Chess Club 9: Aquarium Club 9.l0,11: Powderpuff Coach 12: Physics Club 12: Football 9.12: Baseball 10.11.121 Sports Manager 10.11. RAY WAITE March 2. 1958 ANN "ANNIE" WALMER October 23. 1958 Girl's Gym Club 9: Hockey 9.I0.11,12g Girl's Track 9.10. MARK WARREN January 2. 1958 Drawing and Design Club 1O.1l: Basketball Intramurals 9: Boy's Basketball 9: "Lute Song" lCommJ 10. JEFF WASER November 19, 1957 Tennis Club 11: Cross Country 10,121 Boy's Track 9.1O.1l,12: Sports Manager 9. CINDY WAY September 3. 1958 Future Homemakers of America 10: Graphics Arts Club 9,103 Intramurals 9.10.l1. 4 l 1 A Ann C. Walmer Mark A. Warren 'Cie i v- ,M , iw? Jeffrey L. Waser Cynthia L. Way 55 ...A Kathy J. Way Anita K. Weaver Mark D. Wesner Roberta R. Westcott KATHY WAY October 10 1958 Majorettes 9 10 11 12 Girl s Gym Club 9 10 Macbeth Did It CCastJ 11 In tramurals 9 Hockey 10 11 KIM WEAVER March 28 1958 Wrestlerettes 9 Future Teachers of America 9 10 Girl s Gym Club 9 Class Secretary 9 Pep Club 9 Intramurals 8 Hockey 9 Girl s Basketball 9 10 Soft ball 9 10 Vo Tech 1112 DECA 1112 MARK WESNER January 21 1958 ROBERTA WESTCOTT July 19 1958 Orchestra 9 10 11 12 Stage Band 9 10 11 19 Concert Band 9 10 Macbeth Did It lCastJ 11 The Fantastlcks 11 'Tempo 74 10 Intramurals 11 MIKE MIK WILSON October 26 1957 GREG WOLFE June 2 1958 Tennis Club 11 Drawing and Design Club 9 Baseball 10 11 12 Electronics Club 10 CATHY WORTHINGTON March 20 1958 Pep Club 10 Macbeth Did It CComm 5 1 1 'The Fantasticks iCnmm I 11 In tramurals 9 10 11 Track Statistician 11 Prom Committee 11 Shmnastics 11 LANI WRIGHT February 17 1959 National Honor Society 10 11 12 Chorus 9 10 11 12 Orchestra 9 10 11 12 Girl s Gym Club 9 Tempo 74 10 Intramurals 9 Hockey 9 10 11 19 Girl s Track 9 10 11 12 County Track 9 10 1 1 District Track 10 11 State Track Weightlifting Club l0.12: Football 9,10,11,12g Wrestling 9. 10. Michael A. Wilson Gregory Wolfe 6 ,. Q M Cathy A. Worthington Lee-Lani Wright Douglas G. Yoder Marianne B. Yost Q.. K Suzanne Zeager Steven R Zell W. vs" E .1 I .X I' Bobbl A Youst Matthew A Zack DOUG YODER October 25 1957 Referee Club 9 Cross Country 9 Boy s Basketball 9 10 11 12 Boy s Track 9 MARIANNE YOST September 8 1958 Glrls Gym Club 9 10 Intramurals 9 BOBBI ANN YOUST February 20 1958 Pep Club 10 Powder Puff Game 11 12 Business Club IB Macbeth Dxd It fComm I 11 The Fantastlcks fCommJ 11 Intramurals 9 11 Track Statlstl clan 11 Slxmnastxcs 10 Prom Commxttee 11 Readmg Club 10 MATT ZACK February 20 1957 Leaders Club 10.l1.12: ' I Remember Mama fComm.D 11: Boy s Track 9. SUE ZEAGER September 17. 1958 Girl's Gym Club 9,l0,11,1B: Intramurals 91 Cheerleading 9,10,11. STEVE ZELL April 17, 1958 Chess Club 9.10: Soccer Club 9910.123 Physica Club 12: "Macbeth Dld It" iComm.7 11: Soccer 9,10,l1,l2: Wrestling 9,103 Metal Working Club 105 Crystal Growing Club 9. SAM ZINK March 30. 1957 Photography Club 9,103 Intramurals 91 Boy's Basketball 9,10,1 15 Boy's Track 95 Sports Manager 9.10. MARY LOU ZUCK March 1, 1957 Future Famzers of America 11.12. Samuel E. Zink Mary Lou H. Zuck 57 In Memoriam Life IS full of happlness and Joy but along with that, we are sometimes dealt mysterious and tragic blows The class of 1976 was dealt such a blow when we lost Chris Millard We cannot even begin to comprehend why man and leave us with only his memory Maybe one day we will understand, but untll we do these memories will have to console us death chose to take such an intelligent and active young W 'll01'f'iIw'M.f'1 A i? .33 . -,- ' 'if , -- L 1-,, -wif' ,I 14 41 he 4 'Y 6Q1 " ar' ' ., 'K 'VJ ' ' .- xg. ,qi I., -. M ,,,..K7Yl.:-W A u . s,' 1-,.. , g,.,- ix. ' 'Nl ' " . ' ' ,7 j, f ".J.., .U Y ' Il- """W.' -A 1:57441-' ,-I' ' is M. dt' '-qc 1' .1 R, Q38 dm t-gt-.br ' -Aw . t '. "-' 'Q-A N W ' ' Z ' 'od ' ' " v ' -"--'2, - " W . 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' '-N ' Q-Tj" s ..Q-- 'f A ' 'hi' Class History On the night of June 4 1976 282 mdlvxduals graduated from Elizabethtown Area High School and stepped forth into the world To some lt meant only no more school finally To others it represented a transition between the basic knowledge gained in high school and the more sophisticated criteria learned in college To still others It meant leaving old friends and acquaintances and the security they were assured to accept the challenge of functioning as a free thanking adult nn a changing society Our class has seen everything When we began kindergarten with milk and cookies It was 1963 and the lifestyle remained slow and easy As we progressed m elementary school society was changing Some of us perhaps understood why the youth of America were upset with the Vietnam War and other vital issues others didnt but It IS certain that we all sensed thmgs weren t as they used to be As sixth graders we were all brought together at the Popular Street Elemen tary School The rest ofthe world was unimportant then for our lives centered about In September, 1970 we made our entrance to 600 East High Street as naive underdeveloped seventh graders We were little lost souls ln enormous hallways searching desperately for the right room number and popularity which had become increasingly important In the six years that lt took for us to get from there to here innumerable changes have taken place The changes m us are due to an awareness we received through our education of the world and its problems of ourselves and of the moral decisions facing us The transition from junior high to semor high to high school graduates con tams many special times To mention a few there were the record hops the Fifties days, the slave auctions the Powderpuff games Macbeth Did It " "Don t Drink the Water EOT the Prom, the Marathon and finally Commencement itself What happens now? Who will do what? Who will find success and who won t? Who will find happiness? Only time will tell what the future has in store for the class of '76 We're all hoping and striving for the best 9 9 0 . , . 3 . . G . , . . . v , . . . 9 9 9 . , - l , I our new classmates, changing classes and our activity period clubs. 9 . Y ' 9 Y 7 'W 9 9 . . . . . , , . . ' Cl 0 9 ' I 7 I 99 , I 9 Y 9 1 ' . . , 4 - av 4 W., 5 o Kg.. 4 f 1- HE' 522 'iii-1 .'f,'F' , Nfl' X W' Hai z 4 Clockwise from far left: Linda with escort at the Prom Greg sweeps Laura off her feet Tim and the guys John and Mindy pass the tlme Ken concentrates on the match Mindy attempts tn break school record Jlm and Marlin Hx truck?? Students Create Lively Atmosphere WYE"-K . , 'gf ww Q f L. XX'L M VX F 'Z ' if ' ,, ., 5 i -'Q kg! G "-'ff i A 1, 'K K in 5, I Qk'-a-im, 5 T 51 Clockwlse from far left: Strolling through the halls Pierre at the hop Cleanup time ln the Chemistry lab Brenda and teammates dis- cuss the game Take lt easy Pete! John warms up before the game Stu in the machine shop Polly want a cracker? ' 65 I xiii 1,1 N y I M1-ww fl I 1' mrH'v' ,NWMHM U ,MM MW NN WWW!!! WW wW1wW,xW W MM The summer has faded away and the day we all try not to think about has arrived. Another year in our educational development begins. We reluctantly leave behind the freedoms of summer with all its beautiful memories in exchange for a different sort of beauty . . . autumn. It's a wonderful season with the leaves falling, shorter days and longer evenings, and a pleasantlnip in the alr. Football games help bring us back into a feeling of school pride and spirit and the desire to become involved once again takes hold of us. FLL 87 WP, T' UQ! 'if 4 I if 3 3 ji. A is ,S an 1, ' T, ,E A ? hx' E J .ig E' A ,ix E .VY we L .vw , K 1 91343 L , 'K .Q N ' , A M ' v L X X if 'ft K aa MS ai 32 E A V92 5-'T 95 xx M Q-A D 4 :Qs I .v , Q F , Q Y 7 '95 ' ay. " 2.5 ' 5 ' X'.ypZ"'I "' o A 4 5 Q fhx- 'e 164' Qt 'ffl ..'5N 51 I4 J' -I. 1 RQ ...w.,.,,f.W,m,..,,e -v 11 'ff 444' 'N' Squaw.. 'iii 'vm w , l 4 V 1 Bi. - .y.W,,..-wfs,2 .,,,,,.,, ,WM W., . 4 ' . sd ui v x 1 5' -2 I... , 'Sw ' -. ,Q R 'it' . v 1 kk 1 1' .1, 1' 5 'j f ' I . s JJ sy ' tx I Q ,,Xr TY 3' A 62' ,wif . . Fix . ,g W.. QQ Q 1. if 1 5 ,s r - 3 13,0 ,, Sm, ,, ,MU my , Q V3 ,W 1-f,.5f-E m f ,, A? W 2 mx 'fP X 5 vs wa- wg 3, -4 -'s 5 N3 Q., A 1 i N .W f.. 5, A a 'Mi -Q-,....s,. ...N Qs., M Q. A ,. 5 . - 0 1 An! ,.u X iv' . 1 rl-4 1-Q., is X 4 R , This year the football team had its most successful season for quite some time. The varsity record was seven wins and four losses while the JV team went undefeated. Two big highlights of the season were the 20-8 Homecoming upset victory over Manheim Central and the 14- 7 hard fought win over Columbia. These victories led to our ti- tle. "The Uncrowned Champs." The attitude was good. and cur team worked hard with the help of the coaching staff to really make this season memorable. 4. EAHS FOOTBALL OPP 23 Donegai 0 1 7 Garden Spot 7 0 Annville Cleona 14 17 Lampeter Strasburg' 13 14 Solanco 12 9 Warwick 1 2 0 Penn Manor 1 9 84 Cocalico 8 I 2 Ephrata 19 20 Manheim Central 8 14 Columbia 7 Seniors: Row 1: Barry Killian. Tom Becker. Mike Neuman. Brian Schleinkoffer. Row 2: Sam Allen. Craig Fultz Randy Stevens. Rick Price. Greg Leach. Top Row: Dan Pfautz. Ken Espenshade. Doug Shearer. Tim Stockdale 72 Rick Wahl. Football Team Named "Uncrowned Champs" First Raw: Rick Price. Ken Espenshade, Sam Allen, Barry Killian. Craig Fultz. Brian Schlelnkoffer, Randy Stevens, Doug Shearer, Mike Neuman. Dan Pfautz, Tlm Stockdale. Greg Leach. Mindy Gutshall. Judy Quarry. Second Row: Coach Shearer, Jeff Ebersole. Don Baker, Randy Bloom. Bent: Toler, Rick Thomas, Scott Goss. Dave Lamb, Steve Lokey. Bob Pollack. Earl Kean. Tom Becker. Coach Seibert. Third Rnw: Conch Kuhnert. Coach Duck. Brad Tour, Curt Olwellur, Kevin Leonard. Ron Forrey. Steve Leverlng, Dana Trestle, Ralph Baker. Rick Wahl. Art Fairbanks. Greg Grogan. Jef! Mlllhouse. Coach Umberger. Top Row: Phil Miller, Harry Druck, Mike Crum. Bob Detz, Herb Hayes. Rod Hablelb. Scott Boylan. Frank Kerlln. John Campbell. Vince Doyle, Mike Gltt. Randy Lokey. Stu Helsey. Ray Kahler. Cleckwlde from far left: Brad and Dan give en cuuragement from sidelines .... Coach Selbert listens as Mike tells him of winning play Rick Scampers for a touchdown .... Coaches Shearer and Duck provide motlvatlon for second half QD .'n-Q EAI-IS 8M 9M 12 4 0 19'A 14W 9 BW 4Vs 17W GOLF Hempfield Lampeter Strasburg' Manheim Central Penn Manor Solanco Warwick Lampeter Strasburg Manheim Central Penn Manor Solanco Warwick OPP 11W 10W 8 16 20 M: 5M I1 13W 16W 2M Team Effort Leads To Improved Golf Season The golf team led by seniors Lewis Ebert, Mike Fink and John Hornback posted a 4-6 record for the 1975-'76 season. The loss of Coach Appleby proved to be s disappointment, but Coach Hinkle helped pick up the pieces and Jim Shull cap- tured the school record by shooting a 75 for the season's highlight. f s i Clockwise from top left: Minka prepares for crucial short chip .... Lewis eyes line to the Hag Jim Shull shows the form that broke the school record John wonders which club to use John keeps his eye on the ball. Bottom Row: John Hohenwater, Stove Grnlmm, Lewis Ebert, Mika Fink. Coach Hlnkle. Bt-Ln Dsubert, Eric Wall, Jim Bhull. Top Row: John Hornblck, Remember hockey camp 1020, sun-burned tired girls, broken sticks, 50c grape drinks in the Boodle shop, the cow that kicked, playing musical hockey sticks with Mrs. Hoover's melody. 123123, "They're gonna make mincemeat out of you!", How many jars of A-Balox?, "Ain't nothin but hockey players! Balloons in the hall and delicious dips. Thank you Mr. Busdriverl Life is like a game, it has its ups and downs, victories and defeats, but at the end of the ladder there is always the satisfaction of knowing you have tried your hardest. Although defeated in our second try for state cham- pionships, the hard work that earned the section title and ad- vanced us to the third round of the districts gave the team a very successful year. l r . , if 'e . Row l: Janice Mulleavy, Melina Meinhardt, Arlene Smith, Paula Shafhxer. Martha Mumford. Maureen Murphy, Gwen Goodllng, Lani Wright, Ann Walmer, Brenda Thompson, Lori Miller, Lynn Graeff. Row 2: Terry Baehman, Deb Strickland, Patty Shank. Pat Hilsher, Dawn Dochterman, Jean Lindemuth, Judy Redcllft, Judy Lutz. Wanda Mummau, Charlene Jackson, Diane Kushner, Terry Q Thome. Standing: Mrs. Hoover, Merry Hellner, Donna Lutz, Mary Beth Anslow. Elaine Helm. Laura Pfautz. Carol Miller, Pam Nauman. Bonnie Thompson. Cheryl Hallgren, Dawn Rau, Kelly Brandt T , ess Brandt. Kim Eehelman, Lisa Adams, Cheryl Blil- zard, Cheryl Thompson, Melanie Snyder, Keelee Wright, Min Sweger, Jacki Gerber, Kay Koser. Hockey Team Advances To Districts Clockwise from far lelt: Hustle Annie, Hustle .... It takes the freshmen forever .... Seniors: Arlene Smlth, Brenda Thompson, Ann Walmer, Phyllis Kreamer, Maureen Murphy. Martha Mumford, Paula Shaffner, Gwen Goodllng. Lanl Wright .... Talk, think, hustle, Let's Go! .... Innocent Murph?l EAHS HOCKEY OPP 5 Hempfield 0 ' 3 Donegal 0 2 McCaskey 0 8 Ephrata 1 2 E.L.C.O. 0 ' 1 Lebanon 0 2 Cedar Crest 0 4 Norlebco 0 1 Warwick 0 2 Annville Cleona 1 2 Cocalico 0 3 Manheim Central 0 2 Penn Manor 1 District Playoffs 2 Twin Valley 0 4 Dallastown 1 1' Pequea Valley 1 "' Lost by 39 seconds penetration time Homecoming Highlighted With Victory Over Central And Crownlng Of Queen Jeannette ' - ! I Clockwise from above: Phyllis and Gwen ride down Homecoming lane .... Jeannette Kandes reigns as Queen .... Rusty and Beth at Saturday evening dance .... Ken and Deb do the bump .... D. J. Dan and Tessie pick out next record .... Homecoming Court: Queen Jeannette Kandes Val Leber, Bren- da Rau. Julie Engle Phyllis Kreamer. Gwen Goodling. 78 W 1 4 x x J 9 " 0 X ' 4 . ,H k' U. M4 Q ' P .F 1 x ,, 1 Q 'w mwafwiwm-wma . if 1 I , ,5- Rsv Q 4 v 'tg i ., "2 4.-gf-f ' ,,,. I -.W .M W.. 1 . Au 5 S, . j ,- H f"5"'T 2 X: in MW 5 2 X . f, my Junior Team. Row 1: Marie Hudzlck. Deb Gutshall. Ann Douglas. Kathy Heiney. Sue Neff. Bernie Gish. Larene Lancaster, Lynn I-luddell, Dory Price. Tracy Ortlty, Dallas Beck, Jean Mosonyl, Amy Drybread. Raw 2: Dawn Reno, Joan Helm. Janice Shank, Deb Snavely, Julie Spangler, Lucille Smlth. Terri Reislnger, Nancy Walelf. Polly Felice. Laurie Roth. Tina Guodllng. Row 3: Deb Zunkel. Joy Stoner. Jan Mulleavy. Kaye Neely. Michelle Grove, Mindy Grove, Wendy Bair, Wendy Gerber. Trudy Achenbach, Karen Risser. Cheryl Zeager. Sondra Weiehner, Jenny Muller. Judy Musser. Ella Witherow. Cheerleaders: Judy Redcllll., Lori Miller, Lynn Graaff. Dawn Dochterman. , x f K 3 -fi 'kx1!f?3"Q.Qtwi2. Lfwffafs - ge, M35 N, ,- Wx 3 55 ya A1 3' Q s v' HL K 4 Meg Rx E- ,,-1 Q b 1 Y af 1, Q q Q.. 45. p , p-1 xyn , 4' ..,, sq I an mx 3 . U as... 1 L mA,i1 , '31 4' W- a -L mf A if sf' , Q' 1,,,f 2., ,,,, ww, 3 0 ' 5 5 1? ,-- A Y' I ,, 5 'ff ' f 1 5 , x 1 j k A 1 , ,Q , ,:1--- 1 1 -y M . .Z ,," ,. ',?,,,,....,..,f 411 , , ' i K , V, qv" ,ff ,ure -i' ff' K Q, ,-r r if Clockwise from far left: Medorettes getting ready to defend their state title Dawn and Diane. band buddies forever One of those early morning goof-off practices Seniors are hams at heart Lovlng respect shown for the rifle captain Working towards perfection. K, . fy A . XM Rx fi, V N , . -i Y fiw V1 -, E I 'Clk , ' i s 5? Q 1 5 V ,nf r Xu , U Gg Q . 1 . K A-55 3?w" V3 : ij f '.QW 6,51 Q ! 'fi' , -ax? A 'E I f QA W fi 5 x X X X X Sm B ,. ' "Yr" 3, L de.-i,Xk,.. Y Us Au X . ,.,,Q, li U , ,fig W , v ' - KL 2 Ziff' , ? :x I A Q ,A x 'I A 4 . 3 L , 4 if X , -W gp.. Q, ,. ,, 1 :X -,Wk:.jE . X ., , , vkyn . XM. ww f. -f . X I L xv .: Wnwxr . K Q- . . X .X wk,-4.0 , 5- 41, M N . .-a . 1 , n , L R, H g fs. X. fy ifzggffg at ,, ' . u.'u,s,y,g1i x,lg4,,xi3.,.3gig. V . .K X wb in . -"',iggi-x'i.E Xin' if , Z . . 4 Q ki.. :5 X: n -Q-is ix. . - K wxai 0,515 637 sv ' mx wx. ' xr. A V A Mx ' Y' Q-f 12 3: K... . 4 af YK MQ S in we 5 eg v wi, 1 , 1 v- - 1 S xxk -Q, - W E w I s I , A, - 1'-1 ' i. -1.1 i ,.r Q, ,.qQ '.. J is :rg , ,E .- xffx, f Arif 9 .A F? .mr . A f Q X mf. vs X ,gown R M . sf 5' ' Eiffhw gig? W., V, .f jn- if if - .- , A W , K .Q x kk . ,rw my . g0WlI bg. ,,, , ,r 2 S .H X, -:rw 'QQ Unger gl ..- L 'annul """' Q94- fi' 1, g. '- XX ..,. x -,Q -A 3 .N . Vp ga- fi W in If f. -L-1 X Q wi. f Six 9?-01' ' 9-'gl' , I X , ,Gm 4 Q f W D54 ,.- Rgvgil 5. x fl n ,E jx I 1 r 2 , 1 . "x , .. , f . 'A ' V' 'C . aw? 1 kf A -Q O ' '? , 523 f' we -: if 5 :gp I Mtv' , ey! ,. . all 5 J, V271 . N ' , Qiinf, ,. 13" f -5- 24" 2. 3'2- The last warm afternoons were over, and we all felt a little tired and lazy. The classrooms and especially the gym were freezing! The Christmas season came and went, bringing with it 1976, a new year, with the promise of new opportunities and ex- perlences. The snowfall in January and February was meager, only enough to make the roads icy and test the skills of new student drivers. Our two snowfalls came in March when we were ready for spring. Winter is a season hated by some, loved by others, but endured by all. WI TER Though the Elizabethtown Boys' Basketball Team ended the 1975-76 season with a. fairly unimpresslve 9-12 overall record, they did hold a. .500 season in league play. In a Christ- mas tournament the team also captured third place honors. The attitude of the young team remained good, in spite of the slightly disappointing season. A bright season is anticipated for the next year with the return of slx seasoned juniors. Varsity. Row 1: John Bice. Dave Rhyne. Doug Yoder. Row 2: Jet! Hummer. Terry Garrett, Don Baker, Art Fairbanks. Coach Wu-ble, Greg Rorer. Earl Kean, Curt Olweller, Joe Gebhard. W 90 , Boys' Basketball Team Has Successful Season Junlor Varsity, Row 1: Scott Boylan, Stan Daubert. Steve Graham, Jere Flsher, Bob Detz. Row 2: Coach Frank. Jerry Fox. Chris Ray, Steve Bomgardner, Jeff' Eberly. Joe Gebhsrd. Jeff Hummer. Curt Olweller. EAHS BOYS' BASKETBALL OPP 34 York Suburban 78 57 Northeastern 55 40 East Penns ooro 90 50 Hempfield 77 33 Conestoga X alley 40 59 Lampeter Strasburg 67 75 Elco 39 44 Annville Cleona 50 47 Penn Manor 70 '73 Solanco 50 39 Pequea Valley 41 46 Garden Spot 41 58 Donegal 78 40 Lebanon Catholic 85 76 Norlebco 61 57 Elco 44 52 Annville Cleona 46 61 Pequea Valley 38 70 Garden Spot 74 57 Donegal 83 57 Lebanon Catholic 55 57 Norlebco 59 Clockwise from far left: Coach Warhle discusses game plan 3 , with team members. Garrett. Rhyna and Rohrer .... Don K Baker plays tough defense Junior Varslty Team c y Seniors, Dave Rhyne. John Bice. Doug Yoder .... Terry dls- ? plays his offensive skills .... Varsity Team. 91 Christmas Dance Is A Memorable Event 1 . ' 'f T? 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A W 5..,, W ,ls Q Fifties' Da Draws Massive Participation x Clockwise from far left: Sharon and Merry show their legs '50's style .... Brlnn and Amy do the Bump .... Packed like a can of sardlnas, but sorry boys, no more vacancies .... Brenda, Bred and the gang dance the bunny hop .... Gale flexes his muscles and displays his "neat" tattoo .... The greaser group enjoys another number. ' 235 . SEX , I m,.,L,fg m.v!,i'k 1 I if ' ,' gl ' V if ff, .Q N? Ex Q 5 ig 'Y lf? 2 ' V Q H is Q ' Nj 'XJ 7 I - Va S 'w"EH MSR fe? .,kk V 1 .. ,, Ak VN .Ski R37 N UM awff WV .WM Y ., J W., Q v A-.- f 4 QL! X F? gmfg f I M . lu, ' SQ! Fw :Q X R. , I ,-y . Nix 'S 1 X . f pg! 1 Y- ' 'W X' Vdilthiiith W . ge ANL? v V . 5 5 QL yy- E' 32 K Q, .V K- ,W 5 . N E M. i ' 3 5 ' 5155 E 3 , A , af s . A K , A Q Q -'Sf ' H egg . mafia A . V Al 5 if. 5 9' A i. Y is -MID 3 3 -AQ ...Q ,JNQ5 My ff ' 3' ,rf .cg 5, Q 4 -wzfm 2. ir A , '35 at 35 ,js- pan o is s.I"1-V5 , 'Z . g K fs' fr. gi 5: LM-sw.: MES ,.. W V: , fy , W . 5, , 103K W .T A X X 0 ms Q' Q 5 1 im. Q- , y jkgga xv. , . f z. - ,Q Q.: ,,.b fn .H mu, . ,A f .?.,e.1gS55,, - 1 W 1 K V K Wvwv K B, 5. X fr wx . vw? gl ' 4-in f gif!" 'R X ' k k Q ' X. Q X, Ye .. 1 fig -x sa ., 5- E .A S, .5- vi, 5Q1 'bf xg. ' X -5.3 , 4 4 S , S fy-if 'N ?' 3 'tj mar.. is Qla S? Thanks to author Woody Allen, director John Dean and a devoted cast, "Don't Drink the Water" proved successful as a very funny play. Presented January 16th and 17th, the Senior Class Play told the story of a chaotic U.S. Embassy in a small country behind the Iron Curtain. The audience was entertained by everyone from a Jewish caterer to a Sultan and a Russian Priest. Pot bellies, falling halrpleces, strait jackets, bombs exploding. riots and misflring pistols were all part of the hilarlty. FATHER DROBNEY ---- - - AMBASSADOR MAGEE xrnnov -------------- - AXEL MAGEE --------- MARION HOLLANDER WALTER HOLLANDER SUSAN HOLLANDER - - - - KROJ AC - - - BURNS ---- CHEF ---------------- suL'rAN-- or BASHIR -- - SULTAN'S FIRST WIFE KASNAR ------------- couN'rEss nonnom - - - - - Michael I-Iaake Greg Hackenberger - - - - - William Allen - - - Demas Moyer - - Jennifer James Karen Mulleavy - - - - Samuel Allen - - - - Marilyn Sisco Joyce Dunkelberger - - - - - - Peter Lelcht -- - Kenneth Beard - - - Timothy Blank - - - Gerard Ulrich --- Lani Wright Valerie Leber - -- Kevin Davis - - Paula Shaffner Gail Hossler OTHERS: Laurie Roth, Chrls Leonard, Phylli Joann Miller, Betsy Kelnard, Kim Lokey, Susan Kanode, Marcie Packard, Nancy Spangler, John Bossler, Scott Hippensteel, Joe Eberts, David Brian l03 February 23, 1976-6:30 a.m. 137 sleepy seniors and nine chaperones embarked on a journey to Tamiment Resort Area in the Poconos. It was clear and cold and there were high hopes for skiing and snowmobiling. Unfortunately, we encountered a "bummer day." The ski slope was too icy and the only ice-skating was indoors. However, there were many other activities such as swim- ming, ping-pong, a. Elm on horse racing, a golf putting con- test, watching TV in the rooms, a hypnotist presentation with the world's best hypnotist, Ken Weber Cusack it to me, Ken!"D, and a dance after dinner. The rooms were fabulous as was the food. All in all, it was a day not to be forgotten for the weary people who arrived home at 2:00 the next morning. 'x'5 N 104 Tamiment Resort Scene Of Sr. Class Trip Www .Nt,5,., Clockwise from far left: Seniors enjoy dessert alter delicious evening meal .... "To swlm or not to swim, that is the questionn .... "The ex- citement is killing me!" .... Mother Nature's substitute. unfortunately. lsn't quite the real thing .... She only has eyes for you, Toby .... Come on, let us of! the buses! i m. 6 A -3f'S"?"iQ6 fy -. we l f fa 105 'Qui' r. '83 Success for members of the 1975-76 Elizabethtown Wrestling Team was achieved mainly through hard individual effort with supporting team spirit. Though the team only ex- hibited a 7-7 league record, they placed second in the annual Paoli Christmas Tournament, which was by far the most out- standing event of the season. Elizabethtown can be proud to have had five wrestlers qualifying for district competition and two South Central Regional Champs. Ken Espenshade at 138 lbs. and Dan Pfautz at 185 lb. class. Dan then went on to become state runner-up in the 185 lb. class. With seven seniors graduating this year, Coach Holtzman anticipates a building season in 1977. all K Wreetllng Team, Row 1: Randy Lokey. Mike Nauman. Greg Leech, Ken Espenehede. Randy Stevens. Den Pflutz, Craig Fultl. Jody Brenner. Scott Boltz, Kirby Brandt. Row 8: Scott Relet. Greg Goodllng. John Campbell. Tom Leber. Jerry Leber. Yancy Neuman. Ron Ferrey, Dave Swelgart. Don Marley. Row 8: Dana Hunt, Ray Charles, Dean Gelb. John Hartman. Ed Brandt. Ed Kuntzelman. Joe Hartman, Jeff Aunglt. Tom Murphy. Scott Gale. Raymond Kaylor. Rusty Wlleon. Rick Themal. Jlm Gravennde. Ken Greider. Kevin Pleealnger. Mark Puffenberger, Eric Wolf. Wrestling Team Fares Well At Paoli 37 Steelton 81 Red Land 14 Lower Dauphin P-M-B Tournament 29 Conestoga Valley 26 Columbia 47 Bishop McDevitt 21 Manheim Township 23 Warwick 47 Hempdeld 21 Manheim Central 32 Garden Spot 17 Solanco 25 Cocalico 23 Lancaster McCaskey OPP 20 26 4 1 2nd place 24 27 1 1 27 85 1 7 28 14 35 24 30 , Sectional Tournament 2nd place 4 Cloekwlse from lsr loft: Yancy gives 100 per cent ln wlnnlng effort .... Ken, with another victory, on his way to Regional Championship Scott seems to be ln command of the ac- tlon .... Coaches Brown. Appleby. Holtxman. Barley and Hemdon .... Randy close to pin- nlng his opponent .... JV Randy Lokey vic- torious .... Team picture. 107 Junior Ol mpic National Champion E-Town's Dan Pfautz 108 Dan Pfautz is by far the most outstanding wrestler to come out of Elizabethtown High School. Wrestling in the E-Town uniform, he has been a member of the All-County Team for the past three years, Regional Runner- up in his junior year, and Regional Champion in his senior year. He also bestowed upon our school the honor of State Runner-up and Lancaster County Scoring Champ. Wrestling independently during the past two summers, he has won the titles of Junior Olympic National Champ, Grecco-Roman State Champ, Eastern National Rimner-up, and Pa. Freestyle Champ. In addition. he has toured the Midwest with the Pennsylvania All-Star team and wrestled with the USA Junior Olympic Team against the Polish team. The single most important thing' he feels he has gained through his outstanding wrestling career is the experience of meeting people through his travels. We, the students, faculty and administration of EAI-IS, are extremely proud to have known such a successful individual and wish him all possible luck and success as he continues his career. 83,3 ff ..- Q . S - 0 With the coming of spring, the world was lifted from our shoulders: and the feeling of freedom again soared. All things were made new once more. Robins sang. flowers bloomed, the Easter Bunny came, temperatures climbed. and the senior class announced a huge epidemic of senioritis. There's just a feeling in the air that makes everyone feel great. SPRI The Elizabethtown High School Varsity Baseball Team, under the coaching of Mr. Rutt, managed to win about 35 per cent of their league games, completing with a seasonal record of 6 - 11. Composing the team were elght seniors and eleven juniors. However, only two of these were returning lettermen and none of the pitchers had Varsity ex- perience. In view of these handicaps. Coach Rutt summed up the morale of the team as excellent. He looks forward to a better season in 1977, since many of the juniors gained valuable experience this year. . L i 'Sh , .-an .ss .P- 4 t , , -4 ts. ll 4651- Varsity Baseball Squad. Row l: Mike Bowles, John Sheare. Rlck Greg Wolfe. Marvin Roto. John Foy. Chuck Stanford. Tim Herr. Neideigh. Dave Kready. John Campbell. Dave Good, Phil Kauf- Kerry Kline. Brian Koser. Wendy Gerber. 12 man. Mike Milne. Tim Greene. Row 2: Robin Cahall. Coach Hutt. Baseball Team Has Rebuilding' Year EAHS BASEBALL OPP 5 Palmyra 0 Warwick 8 Ephrata 3 Hempfleld 0 Lebanon Catholic 2 Cedar Crest 2 Norlebco 4 Lebanon 0 Elco 3 Annville-Cleona 5 Manheim Central 13 Lebanon Catholic 3 Cedar Crest 0 Norlebco 1 1 Lebanon 7 Elco 0 Annville-Cleona 9 Manheim Central Junior Varslty Team. Front: Jlll Long. Seeny Leber. Row 1: Phil Miller, Kevln Bowles, Stan Daubert. Don Hampton, Tony Eberly, Randy Lokey, Tim Eberly. Row 2: Coach Tenoschok. Jell' Llpks, Bob Llghtner, Ken Crnun, Bruce Daveler, Cllff Engle. Rod I-Ialbleib, Ed Everhart, Scott Gish, Coach Frank. Row 8: Jim Rdfensperger, Phil Aller, Dave Smith, Dana Troltle. Steve Jsnklns. 6' I- ,ff :J Kline, Tim Herr. Clockwlse from far left: Six heads are better than one John with his maior league style J.V. Squad Seniors Brian gets ready for a big game Varsity Squad '5 x Seniors: Row l: Marvin Rota. Chuck Stanford, Brian Koser, Row 8: Greg Wolfe, John Foy Kerry The Boys' Varsity Track Team this year held a 10-2 overall record due to the dedication and determination of the entire team. Highlights of the season included romping over Annville-Cleona, a team which was previously un- defeated in the Lancaster-Lebanon league, and a second place finish in the rain-drenched Ephrata Relays. Next year the track team will miss the skills of the graduating seniors. The depth they need, however, will still be there due to the many returning underclassmen, who also deserve a lot of credit. 114 Varsity Track Team, Row I: Tom Becker. Nick Voutsas. Brian Schleinkofer, Pat Busser, Bryan Olnick. Doug Shearer, Dale Ellis, Lewin Ebert, Toby Garber. Je!! Waser, Chuck Stephens. Scott Hippensteel, Pete Leicht. Row 2: Lindsey Morris, Scott Goss, Herb Hayes, Eric Wolf, Mike Crum. Jerry Fisher. Harry Druck. Brad Tozer, Randy Snyder, Mark Puffenberger. Row 3: Chris Eberly. John Leonard. Gary Coleman, Art Fairbanks, Curt Olweiler. Dave Lamb. Russ Strickland, Ray Charles. Ken Greider, Bob Prough. Bentz Tozer. Row 4: Coach Wolf. Deb Berrier. Deb Heistand. Cindy O'Connor. Sherry Ember, Karol Kish, Lynda Bard. John Rlsser, Coach Hoover. Boys' Track Team Completes Successful Season Ag' - EAHS VARSITY TRACK 101 Middletown 126 Manheim Central 1 23 N orlebco 104 Va Warwick 83 Annville-Cleona 1 10 Cedar Crest 126 Cocalico 94 Donegal 120 Lampeter Strasburg 73 Ephrata. 73 E LCO 122 Lebanon Chuck Stephens. Scott Hippensteel. Pete Leicht. Clockwise from far len: Another great hand-off for E'town's fantastic mile relay team Doc bursts across the hnish line The hlg-h hurdle always provides excitement and vlctery Seniors Sly puts the shot Varsity Track Team. OPP 49 24 27 45 Ve 67 40 24 56 29 77 77 28 Seniors. Row 1: Pat Bueser. Bryan Olnick. Doug Shearer, Dale Ellis. Lewie Ebert Toby Garber. Jeff Waser. Row 2: Tom Becker. Brian Schlelnkofer. Nick Voutsas 5 - 1 Musical Achievements DISTRICT BAND-Chrls Eberly, Curt Ehersole. Phyllis Kreamer, Rick Eyer. REGIONAL BAND-Curt Ebersole, Phyllis Kreamer. Greg Helgel. Gordon Lewis. Greg Helgel. ll6 COUNTY BAND-Front Row: Megan Dwyer. Gerald Hellner. Chris Eberly. Gordon Lewis. Demas Moyer. Back Row: Steve Grubb. Bill Chubb. Curt Ebersole. Phyllis Kreamer. Rich Eyer. Toby Garber. Greg Heigel. Gail Hassler, Lisa Sargent. Sall Garber Plays In State Orchestra f Senior High Chorus DISTRICT ORCHESTRA-Front Row: Judy Musser. Steve Simmers. Back Row: Stacy Millard. Sally Garber. Phyllis Kreamer. Merllee Selders. DISTRICT CHORUS--Curt Ebersole REGIONAL CHORUS-Gordon Lewis STATE ORCHESTRA-Sally Garber I I7 I' T lk, , N . Q , N H ' 'f ' -f' , .'r,.-14' ...fv- .4--J ,q--M' R or -. Q .Q 2 x 1 x if X 'B f Q2 .0-M ' 23 v fi. A ,.,, A wx? f Q QM figl fx A .. S214 - .f,3i'x , . . 'X xii ,fn ,,.-5 Kg 5 sgifa, S E . ,-X W A K-'YH 1 ' V 5 mi 5 A 1 2 5,5 A 1 , f1,i?ge:gfff'f ,Q ,, fag ,Q ff 562 Q x x k 'QE X . V. X ' I I .Q A -If .13 , I 3' . ' N Nz. X ll 7 'nf' X, S I X , gel? J gy WX Wa OA 'J x s N- I I, Q., vs 1 if x Wi, .1 ,ji .sm 4 I 'tis W 4 , ., as " '- ,. f N gf . Q V frgnrh V 2 A , g 3, VT Q ,Q E, Q 1 x .. Q. 3 Q Aa I XX 7 J X 'BX Kfiav- 'ASX i'X' 1' 5 Lg I ez" Q C' X l' "Rs: '-A Q' sxfzrx-Q' t K 3 -Ki Xxj! 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TREICHLER MASONIC AWARD-faithfulness, devotion, respect, leadership, in- tegrity, charity, courage-Darrel D. Stauffer. AMERICAN LEGION-honor, courage, scholarship, leadership, service-J. Curtis Ebersole. AMERICAN LEGION-highest achievement in English-Judy E. Beck. BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL WOMEN'S CLUB-citizenship, character, scholarship, application of training to service-Nancy C. Arntz. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE-outstanding in Industrial Arts-Brian R. Schleinkofer. CONTINENTAL PRESS-outstanding in Journalism-Nancy E. Helm. ELIZABETH HUGHES SOCIETY-library work-Nancy C. Arntz. ELIZABETHTOWN AREA EDUCATION ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS- Elizabeth Keinard, Dale Hertzler. ELIZABETHTOWN AREA MUSIC FOUNDATION-outstanding in Instrumental Music-Phyllis L. Kreamerg outstanding in Vocal Music-Gail S. Hossler. . MERIDETH J. GERMER MEMORIAL AWARD-outstanding in leadership, loyalty, proficiency, and interest in music-J. Curtis Ebersole. ELIZABETHTOWN TRUST COMPANY-outstanding in Mathematics-Gregory E. Hackenberger. ELIZABETHTOWN JAYCEES-contribution to community, scholarship, leadership, Americanism- Scott C. Hippensteel. KIWANIS CLUB-achievement in Business Education-Darlene L. Gutshall. KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS COUNCIL 643501-JAMES P. JIRIK MEMORIAL AWARD-developed high moral standards, exercised leadership in a greater appreciation for service to God and Mankind-Gail S. Hossler. LIONS CLUB-proficiency in Baseball-John D. Foyg Boys' Basketball-David C. Rhyneg Girls' Basketball-Debra A. Hershey, Cross Country-Scott C. I-Iippensteel: Football-Greg A. Leach: Golf-D. Michael Fink, Hockey-Maureen K. Murphy: Soccer-Peter J. Riosg Tennis-Brenda S. Thompson: Boys' Track-Dale E. Ellis: Girls' Track-Patricia J. Brubaker, Wrestling-Daniel M. Pfautz. MARY Z. FETTER AWARD-noblest qualities of young womanhood-Yvonne M. Andrews. MOOSE LODGE-achievement in Social Studies-Stephanie L. Seitz, S. Lewis Ebert, Nancy E. Helm. ROTARY CLUB-achievement in Foreign Language-Roberta. R. Westcottg achievement in Science- Craig W. Fultz. SOCIETY OF FARM WOMEN-outstanding in Home Economics-Ledora D. Mulleng outstanding in Agriculture-James E. Rutt. VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS HONOR AWARDS-outstanding achievements-first class stan- ding, Craig W. Fultzg second class standing, Samuel W. Alleng third class standing, J . Curtis Ebersole. VARSITY CLUB AWARDS-citizenship, character, sportsmanship, athletic ability-Douglas L. Shearer, Mary J . Thomas. l39 9, 1 5 we, x - A 'ae f 140 s nz 5 4 ,MX J.: Akin' ' Uullhdifaliib J Ea E K- ofi? 3 A3 f sn, 'S if 7 .17f" eff .3 5,- if-+A ,wp "Youth comes but once in a lifetime" said Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. The un- derclassmen of Elizabethtown High School are now enjoying this once in a lifetime. During' this time the desire to be through it is as intense as the desire to stay young forever. The trials and tribulations are many, and it's a little harder to get through a. school year without EOT. But hang in there, kids, you'll be seniors soon enough. UNDERCLASSME 141 Juniors Face Difficult Academic Year As the class of 1977, we will have the privilege of being the first EAHS class to graduate in America's third century. We are off to a great start with a full treasury, plen- ty of Powderpuff spirit, and an abundance of new ideas for our Senior year. As Juniors, we have gained a little more freedom with lots more to come next year from EOT. With freedom comes responsibility. We're lear- ning! l Junior class officers are: Dory Price, Treasurer: Joe Eberts, Vice-Presidentg Curt Olweiler, President, and Jan Mulleavy, l Secretary. l is A ,E if -'I Trudy Achenbach I A W. Q.. Tl ? 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A-gf . 2 as 'JJ I R .X r R . . 5 C fl V , N eg. is 'X f N f 1 like 4 .C ella Msg C k Vickie Boughter Mary Bowles Michael Bowles Donna Bradley K. Edward Brandt Michele Bratz Charles Brinkman Roger Brinser Bradley Brooks Clifford Brown William Brown Diane Burke Mary Kay Bush John Campbell Randy Campbell Ray Charles Colleen Clay Alice Coble Gary Coleman Peter Cox Donna Davis Kevin Davis Tina Deburkarta Pierre DeVitry Dawn Dochterman li? W 1 Q V 1 4 ,QAM X 5 xv , ww, 5 3. Z , fav. ' f wx X , - A' 3' ,all l X .ik ,. I' . 'k V lk 2 ' M J f 1 -..H 4' Eh' ' 1' J . .1 L s ,M .- - N v Y ' .- ' il i DQ 'lv 'SPXLQX 'a.'i'3'i'. we .e 4 ' .Lv , -Q V W, J 2 - 219 ' C xg X , ' -, 1 Ll' , H- ' 1 'fxffl Anne Douglas Charlene Druckenmiller Amy Drybred Joyce Dunkelberger Christopher Ebsrly Jeffrey Ebersole Mark Ebersole Joseph Eberts Jay Engle Jeanne Engle Donna Erb James Erb Cheryl Espenshade Cynthia Espenshade Carol Estep 143 Arthur Fairbanks Larry Farmer Pauline Felice Paul Fittery L. Scott Flowers Timothy Forney Ronald Forrey Alan Fox David Fuller Deborah Funck Gary Fusselman Philip Gainer Terry Garrett Joseph Gebhard Debra Geesey Bonita Gehman - in 5: 4s', , YS x 1 fx sl , . "Mi ,, li 1 if , x -.fi f e-,gi X 1 u is , 1 -fm. 11 1' ' JT 'xayiii f' . 'I-Y n X X My-Q V. K K s zgfrlff N I, 1' f .f Q --f '33 'ell '55 K ' . ' sd-0" ,.' f"?ibhfW K .xr 'N if . , P L, . L. 1 A Vimttsfm .N 2 K' N L. Dean Geih Jay Gerber Wendy Gerber E. v X2 J i 'N , Marcia Gibbs Tammy Ginder John Gingrich KL ax ,A -, zz, 5 gil' " . Q 9, wee? ' 1 A 5 Tammy Gingrich Bernie Gish David Good Tina Goodling C. Scott Goss Lynn Graaff Jeffrey Grazan Timothy Greene Kimberley Grickis as G. A .rim . ,H me ,Q e X 4 ,F ww, ef , f X + in V , -N l Q 'E l -nb' .,i. Juniors Enter World f Licensed Drivers Michelle Grove Merle Gruber Deborah Gutshall Cindy Hackman Howard Haldeman Beth Hammaker Jonathan Hartman Stephanie Hawthorne Stuart Hawthorne Jeffrey Hayes William Hecht Gregory Heigel Gerald Heilner Kathy Heisey W. Kenne Heisey 4 ,ee i n e, H. 5-S e Q 'ef ser 5 e e ' D l V -Q - '5 1eCSi"l'3.t 'D m e f 5 r e 1652 i LQ flu A , if if 3 5 5' rics fe! f kb , 1 7 V ec, 4 .XR X Q M I T 1 Q I-as "'eX,'il-'.u'f" 4 V. 7 V K y ii s, . , . f, D fri - A' D if Q Q X .. M.. ,. QP i f i l Q6 re-. e. rr., ., 7 A -ttf,-,'f+ ' - .'-7223352 ,Au 5. ' fllizzpj, X f , ,. 15, ls r '1-3 A 5155 X . 1 l ' 4 - I :ls -3 - if 1:-1 it ,- if -in i s. is? -y if ' K 'ur Qi Vit' aa efwe Q D -I M221 1 ff- . S Agwfe '1 V Debra Heistand Joan Helm Wendy Helwig Patricia Herman Susan Hitchens Kenneth Howard Dorothy Huddell Marie Hudzick Jeffrey Hummer Peter Hungler Kathleen Huntzberger Barry Karnes Douglas Kaumnan Phillip Kauffman Earl Kean Gary Keck Cathy Keener Darryl Keller April Killian Violet Knipe David Kready 145 l Kent, Kreider David Lamb Lsrene Lancaster Randall Lancaster Jerry Leber John Leonard Kevin Leonard Sidone Leppler Stephen Levering Jean Lindemuth Stephen Lokey Jean Long Robert Longenecker Donald Marley John Martin Scott Martin Dennis McElheny Juseph McNaughton Tracey McNaughton Terry Meads Melissa Meinhardt Angela Miller Lori Miller Phyllis Miller Rick Miller .3 cis W- Class Of '77 Builds Up Treasury With The Selling' Of Cand ,S-ses if xv' ,alum ,fa 3: U R' 6..g.1'a-RWM AE QS. 5 I 'X nl y X Q E X .9 1 .. if A Xi K 'H' -- 1' i's xl s 6 5, . ff. 3 x 1 p A ' ' A: xiii: ' if Qfff. .-' Q: Ll z 1 V A . 2 -k alliniilgtlfjfmifii we ' f A L, 'gli . , if J vffff S ENN F e fir f A l Wendy Miller Jeffrey Millhouse Michael Milne Leslie Moist Lindsey Morris Jean Mosonyi Brian Moyer Janice Mulleavy Jennifer Muller Janet Mumaw Leonard Mumma Judith Musser Michael Mussel' Tammy Nagle Yancy Nauman L. Kay Neely Susan Neff Ricky Neideigh Karen Nellenbach Scott Nissley Jessie Oberdorff Curtis Olweiler Tracy Ortity Susan Pepper Robert Pollock I J Xg 41' v J ff Q75 V .iF ,fgx ,D M. g 45.1, f , .Q , Q ,Q 'I NA Y X J , if ai Dolores Price Ronald Price Judy Redclifi. Kathleen Ream James Reinhold Teresa Reisinger Scott Reist R. Dawn Reno Alan Ressler Yvonne Reynolds 147 i E fix .LV A -1, .. 51' A Junior Class Anticipates Senioritis m6 A- nf x '-ff ,X l . , 5 Richard Thomas John Touloumes. Jr. Bentz Tozer Judy Ulrich Y Louis Ulrich Joe Vance iii i' f 1' xx in K, 0 ff Q l V L if KK 4' .- gn A William Troutman, Jr. Timothy Vermillion Ronald Wagner Nancy Waleff NL is ig- James Way . 'EQ Judith Way n , 3 ' Sondra Weishner 'F "J Nadine Welch 'H ifi-:g.?'75' " - . - e ' . qi A V' Pamela Whitacre 1 V 1 - 5, K, 4 i Victoria Whitmoyer gi gg , ' M fi. o ' Debra win 5, ' ff' ' - Eric Williams K 1331 x 5 V . X e - Q 1 if V ' x 5 MWA, S Steven Wilson S., pm il' if I 'M' ,Z-,Q V ,Kg r x 3 FA M ana wirherow n 1 fi U Y-fi - ' 'lgi iil Silflif X dw Howard Witmer if L W-1, - it Ouann I IDBI' Q 'fii' '. Terry Wolfe ,a i . ,K A as ' 1 5 ,. 'irc W' ?li 1 xg ,J 533-We F.5,icg?1i Wendy Wolfe Sherri Wolgemuth ,K . -F Y. ,Q A i X if WH' 1- 0 I cw, ,J Bryan Yaniscavitch Cheryl Zeager iff, ,, . gg., r ,,.. R , V . L,,.u S James Zeager 1 Joyce Zeager 9 ' U I 'XR 'W Vg .. , I . .Yiixf . X .- ' Linda Zimmerman . ' . K I 'nw . Debra Zunkel f ggi' 'T E ' ,N ,Q , k :Q 6 ' i X 5,3 W 4 i e .Qi , .' 4 . 149 Sophomores Involve Themselves In School Functions The Sophomore year is a year of mak- ing decisions about our future, mainly through the subjects we take. College-bound students have Algebra II and a language, while the business students start their , business courses. We also have Driver's Ed 'ii-51 and Personal Typing to prepare us for the practical aspects of life. Counselors tell us the time for preparation is now, but it's hard to believe we'll ever actually graduate. Sophomore Class Officers are left to right: Terry Thome, Treasurerg Terry Bachman, Vice-Presidentg Elaine Helm, President: and Dana Trostle, Secretary. Marilyn Aldinger Beth Alexander Philip Aller Donald Allison Annette Alwine James Anderson Jeffrey Arntz Paul Bachman Theresa Bachman Douglas Bailey James Baker Richard Bard Cheryl Barley William Beamenderfer Jean Becknald Elizabeth Barrier David Bishop James Bisset if K Lee Blaisdell 5 is Sandra Blew 'nillitffiggvs . Steve Bomgardner ' L David Boughter Carol Bowles , 'Ti Selena Boyer W Scott Boylan 1.:' . ici' . if 1" . . v-!:'!.5" will , 1 fi "' Q a ,Z x we " vf Y -401 ,f 1v , 'S "uf ,k,. w V X Q gy Z rr. 8: 'gh' 'Y fc gg, f fn. uni' f ir K, .1 L .5 ff 4 "'s IX 'f X 9' " fi Ne 1" " 9 1: is -Y' 4. 1 7: ft Ye.:-fi 'MS A vi -ri f VLW., . N gfayr. . B if is . R if r F i I "A, F ,A neva, I if 1 i. -, J , W T, 4, Q wx l 1' m. 1 4, David Brain Blaine Brandt Kirby Brandt June Brown Charles Buck Cheryl Burris Michael Cairns Tammy Caley Andrew Campbell Karen Carlson Curt Carter John Chapman Joe Cicero Jane Coleman Robin Collins Blair Craine Donald Crum Michael Crum Deborah Cunningham Tina Cunningham Stanley Daubert Kirklan Dawson Teresa Derr Diana Detz Robert Detz .4 "lf vvs l.s -.f iff' ' 1 ,X ,r ii ' ii 5,4 I' W 55 1 . 11,36 "1-' 1 Q, 1 'Rfk 45mg v .J Jn, 'ibii i '4 i n HAP: x ,vo -:rf i 4 D I .1 ag ', A . XXVI IIE 'T sg 1 X? 1' : 5 Yi f. -Q' ks Z l Y' 4 , ' .: V - : l- i W" l Carl Dieter Vincent Doyle Harry Druck III Tina Druckenmiller Megan Dwyer Anthony Eberly Jeffrey Eberly Timothy Eberly Susan Ebert Suznnna Ember Cathy Emswiler Tina Emswiler Clifford Engle Frederick Engle Brian Erb 15 152 Sophomores Show Potentlal For Future Varsity Teams Roy Eshelman Lorraine Eshelman Edwin Evex-hart Amy Fairbanks Louis Felice Brandi Fisher Jere Fisher Stephanie Fittery Darlene Fitzpatrick Sharon Floyd Jamie Flowers Jere Flowers Beth Ann Forry Melanie Forry Gerald Fox Lynnette Fuhrman Jeffrey Fuller Marcie Funck Michael Fusselman Joseph Gallo Sally Garber John Garns Tina Geesey Vicki Geib Cynthia George if - A - L' ,.,, , I ,..4ee: 34-K . 4 14. lv . .3 h . w e ggi, L' r N ' 2, .ML V K'-N ' 4 ,wi 'ge' E 'K 'x 5', ink 1. ,wr A' ,ri gg? ings-I i xg .. A vel.. xl - 8 , nib F' V 1 'rw Q3 is -. 'C t I 1 's X- 45" v 1 S kS,l'gL ' 3-if .. , ' Qs, iff 21 5-,V " Q? Ng 3 s My Ffa. 5 W, JS f 1 , QS? ig FY' F -. ,Y Af W .4 ' , ' X 5? ' , 3' ' Q . f N 2. . - Q 4 X33 3,.g:" f , 2 Q? John Hohenwarter Brenda Hummel Dana Hunt Charlaine Jackson Raymond Kahler Diana Kashner James Kauffman Lu Ann Kauffman Jerry Kaylor H. Eugene Keefer J. Scott Keefer Amy Keller Gail Keller Frank Kerlin Kimberley Kline Margaret Kline J., 3 . 'FT' 4. ,Y 0 l E ,Wag ,A 'Q 1 Xa. K .f' li Pzffih' lg l Q ' 'N ' , wx D ' w .i..wn,i: r . 5 :j 5 YA , if' ft 'Ns 5 Z 1 'A fm x , 5 v ,v A 'H U1 XX aw. Xie i , ' Q r ',,'f"'Q? ,,'!', , ,K Dennis Koser Brenda Kreider David Kuchar J. Edward Kuntzelman Fred Kurtz Denise Lampman John Lancaster Debra Landis Nancy Landis Robert Landis Patricia Landvater Seline Leppler Robert Lightner Jeffrey Lipka Mark Liskey . -sf , N -is K x 4212 Y, W, Q 5 Y xi i Lf' N P . "' 46 ,. ' A sn,--, ,r35?'b":,:'rw l , 4 t X' i-l,' A vi . ' gf N 1. S..-1 n f k, 5 9. .f fi l 4 . 4 K iris l -v,i?'v' 'Q- l I ' 'WWA se, ,A V214 .fp N J , ,,. .nfl -- K1 ' 'U i 'W K Class f 1978 Orders Class Rings Randy Lokey Jill Long Larry Long Mark Longacre Pamela Longenecker Donna Lutz Judith Lutz Mindy Lytle Tracy Markley Suzanne Martin Wendy Martin Mary Masterson Samuel May Crystal McCann R. Jay McElroy T 7 lf fe.. 'HIE X rr :K 5 Q Q 'E' wr we if 5 ,i Lu Keith McLaughlin Philip Miller La Rue Minehart. Wayne Mort Vicki Mullen John Mumford Brenda Mumma Terry Mumma Wanda Mummau Steven Murphy Thomas Murphy Angela Musser Brenda Myers Karen Myers Laura. Neff Dixie Newcomer Darryl Ober Debra Olweiler Margaret Phillips Marilyn Phillips Kevin Plessinger W 155 X KE, QA :li 4- eff , n ,., E J. na- 4 4 A x Q F . A 1- 8 . 12. ' I. ., ,ef 1 ...rw Kimberley Port Kenneth Prescott Paula Prieskorn Robert Prough Frederick Pry Mark Puffenberger Harold Putt William Raber Kim Rabuck James Raffensperger Douglas Rankin Christopher Ray Robert Reese Debra Relgle Steven Reinert Tiara Ressler Cynthia Reuter X Keith Rice Y cf, . it R"""m mo' nn,e Sabrina Rosenberry ' 'dig " ,jgj33Jl5 Deborah Roth 4 i f N Kevin Roth G 4 S' Q ' Janet Ruhl ' A, Rochelle Sager , 'lv - ia Sheri Sager 2 I lg. -: :i?"l 1- - as ff .sf ' Kathy Scheaffer Carl Scheetz Kirby Sevison John Seward James Shank Peggy Shank Q Y Suzanne Shearer V " k Patty Shenk Rhonda Shope Kim Shumaker Sue Shutt Stuart Sieg Robert Sipllng Brian Smith Scott Smith Diane Snavely Randy Snyder Ray Snyder Beverly Stark Terri Staub ffe Christine Stan uc... -Av 'va 64. 253 -12. LP' s Z 1: to WX . 5 I-if , I J. ,. 34 ' .il YN X: X il' F, y ,Ll-Q pw, . te. , - X - .. - 1' fi' 1 tg ' 1 'A Vis? l1" . ii, 'F ,Q . . V 5 f '-Yfiligf "i L" , ' "" we , V, ,V QV-gf NM 45--fl ,N , QNJLK-- , A Q I Q r . l , Xi. s':.- Y X V k .hi N at .Q e he . if ' -- A45 1-np. lx 4 i f - 'f 1 A via 1. X. 'S' Q i Windbreakers With " lass Of 78" Appear In Halls Of EAHS i f ' W Qi. l 5 i f ' 'A i f .A ,. . ,--, ' A is it jr -- K Y' 1 ,U W K faffiigf J K X' 1 X1 Q, A if f a no ' " ' at ' N Ms! .'a ff ' N y J -f i Jf L. ,pik 'S ' 1 af 1-r o' ' L., af i -P 'M-Eg fa ,Q i 1 .U If wt 'Q ' fi 'ar , A nj X. t ' ' QQ? P 7' f , C5 ' J Q' . f C X i , X... Q J ,4 , if ,i.a:..:g,Z'11M, , i v . i f' 'am sf It -K-'.- "Y vi i ,J . 1 v4""'S ,' f - Anne Wentzel Patricia Whitmoyer Lori Williams Wendy Williams Russell Wilson Jeffrey Witmer Lee Witmer Eric Wolf Steven Wolgemuth Barbara Wood Kimberly Worall Paul Yovanovlch Judith Zablnskl Carol Zeager James Zeigler Dale Ziegler John Zimmerman Darryl Zweizlg .L 5 M Gm. 1 Z 4 P QW ,Gs 'WE 2' A . , , A . f Bruce Stone Douglas Stone Jody Stone Re Edward Straub, Jr. Deborah Strickland Bari Sudduth Dale Sweigart David Sweigart Car-many Swope Sopheap Tan Bobby Tannehlll Philip Tavagllone Teresa Theme Dawn Tobias Bradley Tozer Barbara Trimmer Dana Trostle Terri Troup Myrrah Trout William Underwood David Unger Stephen Unger Vincent Vorodi, Jr. Doris Walmer Paul Walmer Randy Warner Robert. Weatherholtz Sandra Weaver HN- 7 Y 157 Freshman Class Begins Climb With the addition of the new middle school, the Class of 1979 is again on the bot- tom of the ladder. At least now the freshman year is no longer "in-betweenng we are senior high without a doubt. We have already begun to establish our place. Enthusiastic freshmen are active in student council committees, sports, and life in general. The next three years will fly! Class officers are from left to right: Dave Eberts, Presidentg Joy Aungst, Secretary: Jackie Gerber, Treasurerg Gina Sudduth. Vice-President. Lisa Adams Joan Alexander Jay Alleman Patricia Alleman Sara Allen Cheryl Alwlne Denice Andrews Jeffrey Andrews Mary Annluw Cindy Arment Dean Ash Lucinda Anton Joy Aunget Lauralee Bair Richard Bair Thomas Baum Jean Becker Lee Bell Peter Benyak Margaret Bernhard Brad Bishop Jeffrey Blxler Vicki Blxler Cheryl Blizzard Charles Blough fx 'Rez 15" 6, a cf" y . l u 2. t A f l 5,13 s j. ' :isj I f' sz, 1 Q. ' J L ' R, 1, Q Q' 'AL A ' xr X K .M 1 Z.: :S 9 f,.L4 1 l .I .I 1 , w . ref, Qil 1 'SR .Q ,ww tlwizw -v 1 we A .4 . A ,- M- 1 194 41: . we e 'S 1? 1 . V , K . Q . .1 . 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M- is "V il Joseph Clay, Jr. Kristin Clemens James Cochran Jeffery Collins Carlo Consoli Willie Crigger Melisss Cross Julie Crumlich Laura Culbertson Mary Jane Culbertson Vinh Dat Bruce Daveler Catherine Davis Jeffrey Davis Jon Day 159 Scott DeGrofl. Joni Detz Suzanne Detz Michael Ditzler Patrick Doyle Don Drescher Vicki Drescher Sandra Duck Glenda Dysard Brian Ebersole Steven Ebersole C. David Eberts Melody Ellis Sheri Emswiler Debra Engle Barbara Eshleman , .dwg -E .. ,, . 4 . elf, W ., , ,1 5 4-.K 4- AR 7 3 W .1 :Vs A4 , 5 , ilwi . 16 N r gk I . ' 1 4 Q f Y x i 5 ,E I if , do - , K , A if Kim Eshleman Kim Espenshade Brian Fackler Donna Fackler Robert Fackler Wendy Fausnacht Cindy Fetterman David Fisher Gwenda Fittery Bonnie Fletcher Jimmy Flowers Nancy Flowers Marian Floyd Donna Fogie Felicia Ford er A Sis if if ga . lil 5, fi If 3 A :Q I j W , -59 . , .4 3, 1.4 D 1 1 me r, 'I s N' ff gi , LS - A fl-2 V F E , fi? we if iv Ee 4 VOX4 mil gain- Q Wg 'T J 'V 1 lx g 0 y Q , r -T' L Class Of '79 - Ready, Willing' And Able ' 57519 .,,..-.-.. -- I , 1 ,.. 1 we 1 , .. J -'W , 4 ELDMRQZ 'llf 'uri 'v---- -Egg' :kiwi :,f 'Ah'- QWL, A ef :tg it Q G ., L, M aj A , , 4- . S Tina Frederick Gary Freeman Charles Fry Jeffrey Funck Charles Gable Felix Garcia Steven Gebhart Debra Geib Randy Geib William Geist Russel George Jacki Gerber George Germer Karen Gibble Terry Gill 9 I f 143 2 ge 'G .QE - -G we L-fs ll. W if 4 l 1. ,J 1 3 J, X X ,, ,. '34, I A if G A fm he 'lugs ' .Q ' ' V 'M . f l N . r Q22 1- 45+ :N ." l. Q .'.X.' G 1 Barry Ginder Deanna Gish Karen Goodling Keith Goodling Serena Grimm Geoffrey Grogan John Grosh M. Thomas Grove Stephen Grubb Gerald Gruber Marilyn Gruber Barry Hackenberger Rosy Halbleib Cheryl Hallgren Curtis Hamilton Christer Hanson Terry Hardy Christ Harsh Janice Harven Helen Hauser Diana Hawk 62 Duane Hernley Rodger Herr Susan Hershey Timothy Hess Tad Hippensteel Jonathan Hirst Laurie Hitz John Hollinger Lisa Hollinger Holly Hornafius Kathryn Hustetter Sandra Howell Lloyd Hummer, III Charles James Steven Jenkins Joyce Juhns Laura Johnson Steven Kanode Jenise Kauffman Cindy Kaylor Dnle Kaylor Janire Kaylor Arlene Keener Joan Kegerize 'Mr i, ff. tary ,if S 'tn Q. li" fi -31:2 . f 1 5 'L .., K, Q., .wil x 51' J 4 .- 1 1. 'ill , -r Q did l .-,- ..y ,W I A Nl " - ' 'A - 2 f, E Timothy Kauffman v z: z 2 Y, 5 N A -.A -I 1 ,ga Michael Hawthorne Philip Hawthorne Milton Heilman. III Meredith Heilner Barry Heisey Karen Heisey Laverne Heisey Marian Heisey Jeffrey Helm Guy Herman 59? 1, f n 2 if x it X t t xt . NK? -ts xx X 5 , v .2115 .. ff, 1 lvl sa E J if . wr -If Jigs? ' s-5 m . v .5 1 I s I L I Xi X I - ls. T Y 1-it M . iii I s J 'W J " -"f'f'l1,, . V! s fn , 5 ,n K v A x Q ' Q swf:-f 'I 2 ' . 933' , E I if -Z' A gf l Q.L:, , 1 ' if A ' T 41-if ., ,, Q.: ,N V x o :V lx Q --:H - -:' V: -an. -' f 1. ,gi fi ab 4555 ic, J.. K . r K .: t v twdi " . ,A , V . W I . ' Q N .gi it ' . i..ffi'7 ii k Q. i. at f it - N .- i , if Q L D 3 B Ly ik aw. iw - SM Y 2 xnxx ' l e l i'V-fa. : -3 . Ti 8. ,,5.5w. , -it uf . g,.,Q 4 Q w .Lt 5' N i Q am ei . .2..e. W9 i . -' 1 bu Q V, ef - -- r JMS is ' 5 5 'le lx W H11 . Y. iw- ee. mari f- Q- i wffse Sei y My Q , , g1 . ., y .,. W . L? u-Ffja' i 1 5: - , -1.5 ' X599 1 iii' F ia' - b -.wr-11541, 1 W x-L g NL 6 A aff-1 'fi Q 'fi me 1 EFA' S Q . gt 1-4 , 6 1 -Z li y if -V+' fp, ' 1 . JL- ' ' .N a'--.fi z -ea-.V--ff' A ' n z ,yi , lk. . if Q .ei - egg. is ,i. LHFFSPN be 4' e i is -.. J . , - - 2 . af 1. ' xml "KS" ' it i wail ki 5 -. .ii-Q. fs , R i ,-4. V M- ' 1 1 ' ' 4' emi? f ff f ' 43.3.5-:S . , .., . 11 s X35-,,.,.i, ,QUT - I Pamela Kern Alan Killian, II Loron Killian Stephen Kissinger Susan Kline Linda Knipe Lance Koons Elizabeth Koser Kay Koser Sheila Kranch Kerry'Kreider Gregory Kulp Raeann Kunkle Donald Lamb Douglas Lamb Michael Landis Scheryl Landis Shelby Landis Sylvia Landis George Lapp Michael Leber Patrick Leber Jeffrey Lee Jeffery Leese Sandra Liscom Scott Lokey Tammie Lookenbill Kathy Martin Yvonne Martin Mark Masitis Laureen McCracken Robert McLean James McMullen Fredrick McNaughton Timothy McNitt David Melhorn ' Michael Miles Q A Stacy Millard Carole Miller Jeffrey Miller Kevin Miller Linda Miller Patti Miller Randall Miller Y , . A R. we GS. 3 V Q 4 Luanne Millhouse Mervin Minnich -Q Rodney Mohr -P' if M.: g' ' Michelle Moore L Richard Moyer V Margaret Mullen .. . X ,l v Sf K f e S Q. Q L . f :I-fill ae at if Q 31 '- - " K W ' h 1 sl 41 1 Si.: Wififi R ' 4 'cf x-W e fi eg K in - V 'Q 1' 9 . 1- H f ' 0 fr' E ' f rd . f' , ei ,il r A - x i 5 1: l M s 163 Susan Mumma Rhonda Mundorf Rebecca Musser Steven Musser Pamela Nanman Cynthia Neideigh Nancy Nentwig Nancy Nolt Kathy Noss David Ober Terri O'Donnell Jill O'Neal Sharon Pfaunmiller Laura Pfautz Kathy Plessinger Lynne Pry Bea Ann Rapp Dawn Rau Debra Rehrer Clyde Reinhold Henry Reinhold Steven Reist Donna Reuter Wendy Rife Joelle Riley David Ringer John Risser Armando Rodriquez Band, Sports Initiate Freshmen " 4 J- 5 -N i at , .Q W 2 1 -. . . v SK 1 We ef'- .Il 4 x V- 'Y,'L'Xf'xfQf, . 1. K 1 Q, W ave' NN, W ' - 4. ,L i , E a , iv- ,gr A r ,. , . ,VL QV . 'lex R an F f - X' If v '- s- 4. , Q Ljfjq I' 3 it 4, .rw fl na Candy Roeting Jere Rutt. Anthony Schafer Jay Schwanger Brian Shaffner Teresa Shank Donna Shearer Richard Shearer David Shifflett David Shoemaker Mark Sidelnick Stephen Simmers Roger Smeal Bernard Smith David Smith Elliot Smith Jane Smith Jennifer Smith Melanie Snyder John Spangler -2 eff xii' I 'f 23 " V , 5 pf ,,, Q E he ,, : U5 oi' ,5agEQ,q,:e:ew m +: r? 3 .Ui x .i - A ,.1,, 1 . - 'ee -n-T135 'J A yay! J ,a 4 ' ly L4 nf TP: R7 Q X gk 51 1 -I ,e N 9 ig K ,QQ 'wl 45.Ii'i2 .J - Q3 4 . , Til' ar' I NYE xo, yi aea ,, K , 1 '43 ,Q b as Q: s ' ' V K . 's A PZ f '4 V ' ' "J-1 1 4 f 'W - ,V t l I ' Rfyf. 'Q'N ' -1 J. G. 'Mf Qi is "wr ' in V1 x .QQ 534' K Br -' . N ft fc. .J 45' ff, , if- , o!'3l"X J' :Ji :Y :E F X 9 .AK N f i we s. . .1 , s S 9559 A if 1 V. Q: sig Q' 's -,, Y W V f"'ll- is f if ' N . .4 V in ,LL .ri X , gf. -af ,J Q ffl is - l U in . .ll l' 1 S Wayne Spayde Shirley Spickler John Stahl Roberta Stahl Wendy Stahl Randy Stake Philip Stauffer Mary Stephens David Stevanus Joy Stevens Andrew Stockdale Timothy Stoe Jodi Stoner Denise Stump Gina Sudduth Sereiny Tan James Teats William Thomas A V,,, l 5 . 'A 'T' 1 li WY X s. 'i ,. 1 il 5 W , W by ,Q- .t..- f ,P . si-+ll,,i,.. g, s ' iv fi if JY. fi 3.14 X41 Z2 r W qi ,. M a nh ii . N, r W 1 -a..Sie 'li E .t X-fx V QS' j kv W a x I 6' ski 91,5 3 af? X Q 'N 'AL I, s . . ' 1 -W' Lf l ll Tl- Q' ' ,QQ 3. ia gl . A5 Q. ' Q' Ki i-'Q -Q . fd- K , . .uk ll ll -wav :Q ,. , A A Q al,- 1 l .wa Bonnie Thompson Cheryl Thompson James Uhrich Michael Unger Richard Urban Rayne Vanzandt Adriane Voloshin Louis Waleff Kathy Walmer Brenda Warner Julia Waser Brenda Watts Brenda Way Joy Weaver Wendy Westcott Teresa Will John Williams Robin Williams Samuel Williams Christopher Wilson John Witherow Eric Wolgemuth Keeleo Wright Gale Yohe Todd Yost Lorraine Yovanovich Brian Zweizig . ..... ,. y - all 5 J 165 9th Grade Sports Teams Filled With Spirit And Determination WRESTLING-Won 9, Lost 1 BASKETBALL-Won 1, Lost 15 Q FOOTBALL-Won 5, Lost 2 , Q .,.a4..g.u'in1 A CHEERLEADING TRACK-Won 2, Lost 5 Students Get Involved In School Activities Blue And White Future Farmers Of America W r P 189 Senior High Student Council S 1 i J, Student Council Officers Clubs Provide Meaningful Training Rifle Team Business Club 72 Im, . ,Qs ' W i . - E Z E. Wrestlerettes o National Honor Society M " 1 3 A 3 1 is gif 2 4 :L . i W 1 I A 1 , wig" ' ' :Q rffhif ' ii- I V xii f i ' .U I I? my X, x 4' l' I S? ,gan 'hz J 1 1 vw' ,s-fn., W A4 - . , i .. 1. A 'ND ,ak ,. X 'Pwr-8 +A L N ii Talents Are Cultivated With Club Participation Health Careers Club 76 ' . iff Lessons learned in life -are substantially learned through experience. The purpose of the faculty is to inform and guide us and to enlighten us as to what we might expect. To enrich the minds of the young is a job that involves as much improvisation as prepara- tion. It takes a special kind of person to handle it every day. The students may criticize, but there is no doubt in anyone's mind that we really learned a lot. FACULT Administration PHILIP DAUBERT DORSEY ENQK Superintendent Director of Personnel School Board - Front Row: A. K. Garman, J. Samuel Parrett. Dr. Donald R. Fink, Ralph L. Musser: Back Row: Roy E. Baker, George Achorn, Jr., Donald Haverstick. Robert H. Kauffman 78 ELMER HOOVER Dean of Instruction ALDEN REYNOLDS - YVONNE GRIMES Business Omce Administration means An opportunity to work with students, faculty, and the com R munity for as fine an Ei educational program as possible. Mr. Steznhart DEAN STEINHART RICHARD WOLF Principal D. 0. Coordinator . . . t o p r o v id e programs which will produce experiences that will be beneficial to students now and in the future. Mr. Miller PAUL GOSS Director of Transportation RICHARD MILLER ARMOND FIENI Director of Athletics Security l79 MRS. BARBARA AVICOLLI art aide 180 MR. JERE BENDER language Knowing that young people each day awaken to an exciting, frus- trating, alive and wait- ing world and be able to help cushion the blows... MR. MARTIN BEAHM mathematics aide P MRS. JANE BEACH librarian ...to advise when asked and to just be there when needed, that is part of what teaching means to me. Mr. Hunsecker MRS. MYRA BIRNEY ' library aide MRS. CAROL CELASCHI art MRS. SALLY DAVIS business education Teaching is: . . . the opportunity to share experience, knowledge and love with other people... Mr. Evans MR. STEWARD CRIM social studies MR. RALPH CLOUSER. mathematics Teaching is: .. .preparing students for later life, especially for work. Teaching means helping them to help themselves... Mrs. Moyer MR. JOHN DEAN English 181 MRS. JOAN DEIMLER English MRS. PATRICIA EICHLER school nurse Teaching is: .. . Caring. . . . . .Sharing. . . . . . Growing. . . Mrs. Celaschi MR. ELMER DUCK social studies MR. STANLEY DOTTERER mathematics Teaching is: ...Contributing to the total growth of the student... Mr. Hess MRS. BARBARA ESTEP guidance aide MR. ROBERT EVANS science MRS. MARION GARMAN business education Teaching to me is synonomous with help- ing young people. Help- ing young people to grasp the knowledge that. . . MR. JACK FRANK social studies MR. ROY FOLMER music .. .will help them make the transition into adulthood and lie a little bit easier. Mr. Warble MRS. LORRAINE GINGRICH English 3 MR. JAMES GREEN agriculture Teaching means the excitement of seeing some individual reach and attain goals which may have seemed beyond their grasp. Mr. Stewart MRS. NANCY HEILNER English 184 MISS CINDY HART math department aide To me teaching is a challenge to open and explore the minds of students and to help them become assets of society. Mr. Bender MR. HARRY HAKE driver education MR. PAUL HERNDON business education MR. CARROLL HERSHEY social studies Teaching means a chance to help others as a method of repaying those who over the years have helped me... MRS. MARIALICE HOLLINGER mathematics MR. CLAUDE HINKLE physical education somebody's life is a bit more meaningful as a result of my help, then I can say that my life was not completely wasted. Mr. Raber MR. ELVIN HESS agriculture MR. GARY HOLTZMAN social studies 185 MRS. KATHERINE HOOPES music Teaching is: ...monumental oppor- tunity to serve your fellow man through working with America 's greatest asset, its youth. Mr. Hake MRS. NANCIE IMLER business education l86 MR. PAUL HUNSECKER social studies At its best, teaching is the nurturing of a human mind, at its worst, it is an exercise in futility. Miss Slean MRS. JANE HOOVER physical education MR. CHARLES JACKSON mathematics MRS. JOANN KELLER library aide Teaching means new and interesting chal- lenges every day. . . MR. DEAN KREAMER mathematics ...It gives me a sense of worth, to inspire others to be creative and use their talents. Mr. Shoemaker MRS. MARY KISTER English department aide MR. RICHARD KUHNERT MRS. SALLY KUHNERT gcignce mBth6mBtiC8 187 MRS. LYNDA LIMPERT librarian Teaching school gives me the opportunity to instruct needed business skills to students who have decided on business as a career... MR. DONALD MILLER language IBB MR. CHARLES MILLARD music ...My desire is to im- press upon students to have pride in their ac- complishments. Mrs. Imler MRS. JANE LOGAN guidance MR. RICHARD MILLER English MRS. JOYCE MOYER special education Teaching provides an opportunity to develop an appreciation of greatness, an alertness of mind, and a sensitivity of spirit. Mrs. H eilner MR. ROBERT MYERS science V W-5 . . MRS. J ACQUELINE MYERS language Teaching is: .. .D edication. . . . . .Perseverance. . . . . .A ccomplishment. . . . . .Sati.y"action. . . Mr. Grim MISS ODE'.l'I'E NEVILLE MRS- JOANN PYLE physical education home economics Q, A ? 189 MR. ELWOOD RABER. , MR. JOHN ROGERS science science ...One aspect of teaching is getting students to ap- preciate and accept the importance of respon- sibility, pride and honesty in all phases of l life. Mr. Herndon y MISS DIANE ROMIG English department aide Teaching young peo- ple zs a prwzlege with many responsibilities. It is a challenge. The rewards are great. Mrs. Garman MR. JAMIE ROWLEY MR. RICHARD RUTT guidance S0i6llC9 190 MISS GAIL SCHILLING mathematics MISS PATRICIA SLEAN English When a H student looks up at you and says, 'Now I get it" there is a rewarding thrill that you feel.. . MR.. ARTHUR SHOEMAKER. industrial arts i. 2 3 2 3 9 MR.. DONALD SHEARER physical education ...my goal as a teacher is to try to give each stu- dent a feeling of ac- complishment in his pur- suit of self worth... Mr. Clouser MR. DONALD STEWART English l9l MRS. ARDYS SUTPI-IIN English MR. PHILIP WADE industrial arts 98 Teaching is seeking to develop , and en- courage a thinking student-a student with an analytic mind. Mr. Kuhnert MR. LUKE WARBLE social studies MRS. MARGARET TROTTA home economics As a teacher I try to help students value their uniqueness: have them think creatively: and have them regard education as a very ' positive asset. W U Mr. D. Miller MISS CATHLEEN WARD English Cafeteria Staff And Bus Drivers Lucille Baer Front Row: 0. Eahelmln. R. Gnrmen. A. Longeneckor. S. Lutz. M...Brandt, J. Klshhaugh. Back ,f Row: A. Keefer. N. Baker. M. Grubb. R. Ireley. Elizabeth Pfautz Front Row: L. Kelly. I. Hess. S. Shearer. R. Becker. R. Good. M. Kemmlek. N. Queery. D. Williams. E. Herr. D. Malehorn. A. Nolt. Back Row: J. Gibble. R. Glbble. J. Noll. P. Williams. J. Rice. E. I-lelsey. W. Sweigart. C. Westenhoefer. L. Geib, A. Fisher. l93 Secretaries Paula Lancaster Erline Herchelroth Front Row: Lilian Greenberger, Pam Hummer, Rachel Schwanger. Back Row: Jane Hoover, Barbara Hippensteel, Faye Boyer, Joyce Nauss. 9 194 J oanne Trostle Marian Raffensperger Warehouse And Custodial Staff Eugene Enck Clarence Heistand Lois Long W S Front Row: Bernard Jacobs, Marlin Swartz, Clarence Gibbons, Clarence Heistand. Back Row: Leroy Houseal, Gary Jacka, Gilbert Antes, William Hippensteel, Rufus Zellers. 195 Faculty Frolics Nl, , k Simon says .... "Reach for the sky!" Hold him while I read him his rights. A fy Headache? You mean you're going to out that? V 197 98 ad' 44" if X rl' 1 X ' J Nw" -f,'1. x"5 x ,, Y Q Iryixix If ",g,Sx,g3,,' E Y-lf V 3' X ,- o Z-- N A . H 5 A 5 'V 4' xv why--T--"ei A , . 5 nl'ygfi"1"' -'ka A 1, wg .'K 3, YUM 'Q .' . fa- h xg 5-1 lp' ,Q,,, je, 1 . 7, s K , X l 51 X 4 x, 4? . v '-.s , Y of +31 NU 'hiiqififffq 4.94.2 fi? ' . ,A N b' L '.r' ,W . NP . ,Q-Fqsfgl, .rw S, 51.5. . I, Afsltswrfr 53' 7 W Q5 A -own!-'J' Y' S 'G vs 2 , ,W The 1976 Elizabethan Staff would like to ex- press its sincere appreciation to all the businesses, companies, patrons and individuals of our growing community, who have helped make this worthwhile project a success. We purge our readers to patronize these businesses, as they have patronized us. Once again, a sincere thank you. COMMU ITY SUPPORT 199 T J N HOUSE DF PORTRAIT CJNE CENTER SQUARE. ELIZABETHTOVVN, PENNSYLVANIA 17022 The "76" Elizabethan Staff expresses its sincere thanks and appreciation to Maurice Upton for the time and effort he gave to our yearbook. 200 SS7-'ISCJ5 HE 30 W. King S L ncaster 394 0561 Rios Lan aster County's Most Complete Sporting Goods Store l Best Wishes from HAWTHORN'S FURNITURE AND INTERIORS, INC. Bainbridge, Pennsylvania 426-38 14 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1976 ' 2 ' Q" JI. Q49-6 LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE O PHONE 367-5602 MILBEE RADIO 8a TV ADMIRAL SALES an SERVICE Congratulations from GRACE C. BLOUGH APPAREL RAY E. MILBEE 344 Poplar St. FCC Licensed Elizabethtown, Pa. 116 S' Market St- Technician 17022 Elizabethtown, Penna. Phone: 367-6522 When the time comes for every class to go, We're glad it's you instead pf us. CON GRA TULA TI ONS AND BEST WISHES I I Class of "7 7 " Best Wishes THE MARKET BASKET E 4 SPECIALISTS Smith's Produce and Fish 0 Darkes Poultry R. M. Lesher Meats I Hummer's Delicatessen 59c11g A E1 bm P HOMESLECQRISHVIDG 0 Regular Passbook Accts. 0 Savings Certificates o Mortgages 0 Keogh Gs IRSA Accts. 0 "Telephone Transfer" I 104 South Market Street Elizabethtown, Penna. 17022 I I in 7 .fl 'ml' ' I i igifijj gjllllg If SYSX 17171-367-4904 0 T 1 sCh ks 0 Money Orders 0 S 'gsA t 0 L it 1 A' 1 X TROP GUN SHOP R.D. 1 Elizabethtown I I LANCASTER COUNTY Phone: 367-6220 ' X ' FARM DINER L, I Phone: 717-367-6956 Audrey Hoover ' 2 R'1'.23o 1 mile east of BEAUTY SHOP I ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. H58-AVG-3vB1'0Hd St- I Rheems, Pa.. 17570 AX .. x -Y . X . f , V, ,, , N, V, ., I ,Mui H, .rr iy - , , :-,,.N, , JOHNSON'S BUS SERVICE BUSES FOR ALL OCCASIONS MT. JOY, PA. Phone: 653-5232 I+-ll L INTER-STATE TRUCK LINE. INC. Farm Fresh Jug Milk DON BOWERSOX I Pasteurized l Homog ni d vue: Pnxmolu-r V I 'X Vl -h , ' wg? I , - ' , -Q fi sas s. 16th sc sas w. 19th st. 5 Columbia, PA. New York City A 'I' ' I Tel. C7171 684-2851 Tel. C2121 675-4757 A mile north of Bainbridge along Route 441 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1976 'Q PEG Af oY" 7 Yifqyglpgvfi "Outstanding Office Machines dz Furnishings" ENGLE BUSINESS EQUIPMENT INC. ' 1 -' ELIZABETHTOWN-HE RSI-IEY V HARRISBURG i KIWANIS CLUB Meet: Mon. 6:15 Carpenters Inn Band8O chest all st u e ts s Qalty8.Pce 127E roag s 8 en V Flin DARNELL'S MUSIC SHOP gf: ' tr r' n r lm n I ,, Fur t In u l rl 0 f " as r n e t. ,f ji Lanc ster. PA I L Op E e gs l I mu rnnve D. l.. LANDIS AGENCY Real lfslalv KRECHTLER REAL ESTATE Travel - WINDWARD TRAVEL CENTER INC. FH . I- W- H. , R gl ur 1 R 017255 iff M! !rf +- Jr. 1 .A , 1 T ff ' A x g ilu 215-M-www qv W. T. Grant Company ELIIABETHTOWN, PA. 17022 2 'I 7 ' 357 5126 I 1579 South Market Street Elizabethtown, PA. . NEWC OMER OIL CORPORATION 101 E. Cherry St. Elizabethtown, PA. 17022 C arriger's Paint and Bod Shop Body Kzder work QXXWS Cars painted Wheel Alignment Service 1 I ' ll A 2 I wrecks Rebuilt ' x t' : M . S. 0 If Phone: 367-6450 ,N is ga .- M Rheems, PA. .SLN LOCUST GROVE E 5' Art and Photography Studio D R.D.1, Box 18, Bainbridge, Pa, 17502 l717l 426-2227 PORTRAITS 0 WEDDINGS 0 COMMERCIAL ff E I ff 'Q 'G' x. 44 fr ff ,N A-x ' Q' In 59 Vuatabnut .loan Snake. 7:14. 1 'C S 2101 Vutabneat eouumn Dunant 0. 23 CENTER SQUARE Kaj 81 Palle ' X , X., ' "DlSlll1CIlVe" El.lzAaE'rHTowN. PENNA. lNvlTE 521' Dining you to Serving Sunday Dinners Cocktail Lounge Banquet Facilities Accomodating up to 200 people 26-32 S. Market Sl., Elizabethtown Free Parking in Rear - 367-2432 l 206 Phone: 367-1185 KINGS RIVER HAVEN o?1lMls, C ampground 1 and at if X Mobil Park J" h Lg ' 9 gg 327-23135 ,A 3 ,IJ Q 0+ X '-'uni Byer's Bake X9 Conqdimerzts of 311019 , 6 7 E-Town optimist Club er .' 1: E1'z b own, . A Ffffffffoffffffffb P,:,:f:t,7-21:? -ef J'L THE COMMONWEALTH NATIONAL BANK Elizabethtown Office Elizabethtown East Office Member FDIC Phone: 367-11 16 BROSEY'S BP Bainbridge, Pa. 426-1780 , 'Q fx-M17-Y I iv B .QB if Li'eB-B-eh zz-111: 4?-vm -- 19 E. High Street, Elizabethtown, Pa. d I "The Complete Line In Sp ting G00 s " JOHN E. FULLERTON. INC. - - lulectrlcal Contractor - - 'Sao MOUNT GREYNA ROAD. M. R. NO. 5 I P. o. sox 112 J ZA OWN. PA. 1 Business Patrons Q 1 . w e ' '3' i U 4 G LECTRICITY gllgeflf .And Sn ljro- qyflarf .jwlome Cenfer Jw JCOL I Ionniv goger 86 ,jfliawaflza .gnu Savings melweigfr garger .S-Zap er ifi , , ifgftggggsits gincler Ir? Cfeamng I 'ACfzas,f,::rf,'LfR i -I I I - - --L I afcz ikvlvlsikflfflfvlfblfvkvlwkrlwkbiwkvk , , HAROLD L. CUMMINGS Baily Nursing Home Bio- Chemist Pharmaceutical Assay S Market Street Farm Industiiial Inspection ' Bacterial and Chemical Analysis Elizabethtown, Pa. 17022 Research and COHS'-lltiflg Specializing in Air, Food and Water Water Testing Pkvkvifvlfflfvifvifvkvlffiffiffiffkbkikvif 3674645 '-AmZ:gTllL:uBesr Pho ' 717 asv 5469 'Salted Nuts C 4 El Rbnzhi PA. 11022 ' "' w Congratulations To The Class of 1976 ',,- --' ' " , xl V , ,.L ,2 - -i f'2 'f J fs", XX-,X "' ,,bW f' Z 0117 I FFA CHAPTER Qor.k?5u355ff7 ELIZABETHTOWN f-5 X II 22 I 73 XIGQX Q, X '?f"""1 O f L C UL X X92 45 ,7,+ , Q SA Q 5 5 NJ X, 7433 - ,Qju N f QV Olweiler Insurance Agency E- as-f, 65 rl -.L 3555 ' D. F. Roeting Garage 218 S. Market St. S Elizabethtown, Pa. Elizabethtown, Pa. 17022 N, Mgrker Q, FOREIGN CAR REPAIRS 367-1637 PHILIP OLWEILER JACOB N. OLWEILER cBroker, cBroker, lGonoralA t R p I s Batteries and Accessorlo Shia Inspect! Fo lgn Car Service "Winner Of More Major Awards Than Any Other Salon Wor1dwide" 'JUS Wag QUEEN dz ORANGE STREETS Q la LANCASTER, PA. 17603 F Phone: 1717, 394-0641 0 ARBER SP-V06 210 THE I Best of Luck in the Future 5HuP Ft A 1 ks., ' 1 . t X if 'I C z S !E1' b tm :X ell er qllare IZB. e Own . . .gi " .- Sl i. "for the finest in feminine fashion" STQR ES X ,t73au,g,l1'1 MENS and YOUNG MENS FASHIONS gt B t. SINCE 1895 5 wg ou was First in: QUALITY 1 CENTER SQUARE COMPLETE BEAUTY SERVICE SERVICE ELIZABETHTOWN 4 Center Square, Elizabethtown, Pa. SELECTION STYLE 52 EMAUS ST. Charlotte Parrish Bug, 361.3373 MIDDLETQWN Owner-Operator Reg, 367-5744 A A wi., , ' 39 s. Market st. 1 7 - 'I " fzfg' - Y' .5 0 5 Owel' 0,1 Elizabethtown, Pa. 1 it a 1 As XY, ' A Potted Plants-Flowers For All Occasions Give Her Flowers Because She's Wonderful Phone: 367-2211 nf ,, Myer Printing Service c 9.0 02140 QEQQQ-Qijirtf? . PHOTO OFFSET PRINTING mb Congratulations to the class - of 1976 Commercial and Job Printing f, . Wedding and Bar Mitzvah Invitations f . . 309 I A . Lo Pr F I Eff t - 1 ' ,f w Ices - as - Icien 9? r 0 I Friendly Service Q r. SERVICE -x 41 A' ' 5 I - LJ - 52 South Market Street wif 311- ' Elizabethtown, PA 11022 - A' 367-6169 Congratulations to the Class of 1976 EARL L. LOKEY, INC. BULK MILK HAULING Phone 717-367-5807 105 E. Cedar St. Elizabethtown. PA 17022 I R. D. HAGKMAN 81 SUNS I -'Sgr v. X if " QQ, ' J " .-if Rlltlfillg L 4 L3 W wk' X' siding it I 2 I I 1 f' ,Sm ll f .vi b ill ' W I . are -'-F ' "fill S5 51 l-S155 T3 A ,A z B. D. 53 Box 197 Elizabethtown. Pa. For Free Estimate Ph: 367-4544 YOUR LOCAL SPORTS STORE WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE 31 S. Market Street Elizabethtown, Pa. 367-1476 1 . son new ',,..-g Q, Western Auto nu A 2 Top Quality Used Cars C E Lutz Inc. Heistand Chrysler ' ' ' Plymouth, Inc. 45 cunvs ER GO0DyYEAll A morons convonmou 22N H 30 N Mark t St t E 1, ht El abenmo P 367 1438 P 17022 717 367 1821 Congratulatlons to the Sen1ors R E HERSHEY MEATS INC 935 Groff Avenue Ehzabethtown PA J oe's Shoe Shop SHOE REPAIRS Retail of mens and boys fine shoes Phtille 361 4929 HAWTHORNE ELECTRIC L ght H 1113154213 330A M1 J y P 17552 653 2068 QBB! V V A St. . e ree 1- t iz wn, a. P . - Ph : - - O O 0 O , I 1. , 1 - 1 4 V - 9 N 1 S - Q i 0 eat 0 Power A1 OX 1 . O , B. Phone: - I J - aff 8 A .... . -'19 2 - ' ' 4 BEST WISHES from Lewht S Palm And Body Shop C.,affSlI,'f,'2,?'S.l',v1ce ROBERT L. MULHOLLEN, PROP. ' 811 S. Market Street CRea.rD Elizabethtown, Pa. 17022 W. D. ESpGr1Shade P. O. Box 203 113 College Ave. Elizabethtown, Penna. 17022 I 214 Tropical Treat Drive-In Phone- 367-3491 2 Miles East Of Elizabethtown-Route 230 open 11:00 A. M. w 12:00 r. M. A Treat That Can? Be Beat SERVICE INSTALLATION CERAMXC TILE FORMICA A 8. M Dom, Im. FISHER FLOOR AND WALL TILE RISIDENgl2:gEigMcTAi122LDLgNkZUSTRIAL Phone: ELECTRIC OPERATORS H RADIO CONTROLS J. A. BRE11 355 ANCHOR ROAD 7171357-7444 P. O. BOX 281 RES. 7171964-3756 ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. 17022 438 W. High St. Elizabethtown, Pa. 9 "Since 1875" Compliments of THE VILLAGE INN BRADY dz MEASHEY 1075 Turnpike Road Newville Elizabethtown, Pa. Compliments of GROFF S MEATS Wholesale - Retail Custom The United Telephone Company 13 N. Market Street Elizabethtown Pa. Pennsylvania The Christian Light Book Store Compliments of W. E. Mohr Plumbing' and Heating Church Supplies Bibles-Gifts-Office Supplies Hallmark Greeting Cards 48 S. Market Street Elizabethtown, PA. Bainbridge. PA. 5 ,fl-f if i , , , -- ,El 5 Q . - -at . S i L , B , 2 U si if 3 i Q -,,ef eeee l is eeee eeee . t n GRUBB SUPPLY COMPANY 4 p A "" i - ee if 419 w. High st. 2 5 s up Ill? lllf Elizabethtown, Pa. ly . af: p N H ii pi Sunoco Heating Oil i up QQ 1 kkpx p i,.q, vi L 1, tee e serv" Garden Spot and Master Mix Feeds Mwfifi if as ...A ?f'f"'f'?2:7f'5 ? N , . ij H kf,,pjl..tf.m 'e'e 1 VV W - 215 "EIizabethtown's 1st Milk Jug Store" RIDGE VIEW FARMS INC. R. D. 63 Ridgeview Road Featuring Our New Ice Cream Parlor DONALD H. WEAVER . Electrical Contractor Enghsh Brothers 500 N. Holly St. Elizabethtown, Pa. 17022 Woodland H gm Phone: 367-7504 Elizab tht Soda8zBeer Distributors if I ' Q 'f w q., I 1 '10 l Q vu I I If You Think The Elizabethtown Chronicle Is A Good Place To Let People Know . . . KU You have a new baby, Q21 Your club meets Monday, 131 Your son made the honor rollf Q-0 Your favorite civic proiect needs fundsp C53 The Cub Scouts are having a paper drive. Don't You Think The Elizabethtown Chronicle Is A Good Place To Invest Your Advertising Dollars? CLASS OF 1976 - WE WISH YOU WELL! Long'enecker's Congratulations to the Class of 1976 Hatchery 1110 S.Market St. Conewago Post 94329 Elizabethtown, PA H022 , fyf ,I Kimber Chicks and rg- italy? Q 0 M ' . . ,,f eat Broiler Cl'llCliS i at Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania Code 717 3674545 Elizabethtown JOHN E. MARTIN, CONTRACTOR 780 N. Hanover Street Elizabethtown, Pa. 367-7307 Congratulations ECONOMY SHOE STORE 15 West High St. , Elizabethtown. Penna. i 24 hour towing S 8. H Green Stamps I Used Cars Mount Joy Citgo Service Station Compliments of -We specialize in- Frank S. Miller Funeral Home vw SERVICE AND REPAIRS E, h Hours: Monday thru Friday liza ethtown, PA. Saturday Sunday 964 Main Street Phone 653- Mount Joy "Your Friendly Dodge Dealer" Petticoffer Dodge 7-5 8-12 12-9 1104 211 14. 7. gmmwifa 5 . Pa. ,Jr-o1'irL'ng u ,Si"r1'iu' 'III-f..lf.,.flffl...-,.1f,.ff,, u CI1nnm1nnilal STATE FARM INSURANCE COMPANIES SYAII IAIM INSUIANCI 244 S. Market St. I Phone: 367-2228 , A A ' J i ' ' " '-I - , ,jx gonnie aafhaon A 1 ,I zgck A. LEWIS HEISEY BEAUTY AND . I E AGENT WIG SALON - , -1-ffl + X Rheem: Ana 1 A af ' IGI 'CQ or ' in ' ull ab' F :Wiqx Carft: Szlar if ' Elizabethtown, Pa. 17022 Best wishes to our Senior members of the SENIOR HIGH STUDENT COUNCIL Yvonne Andrews Gwen Goodlmg Sam Allen Bryan Olmck Gordon Lewls Greg Grogan Demas Moyer Paul Hunsecker: Advisor 218 Jones 8z Zmk Inc ' MOOSE S 5 da 10 General Insurance Real Estate Extends its best wishes to the Sales and Rental class of 1976 and especially to the 4 L s who helped operate our store Mlss LEODORA MULLEN MRS LISA SONNON 121 S Market St Miss LINDA RUTHER1-'ORD MR LEE MARTIN Ehzabethtown Penna Phone 367 1159 RD 3 Elxzabethtown Pa 17022 Dundas? zoom l46td Qffee Slap Penne. Dutch Gxft Shop Daxly Specxals Home Baklng Phone 367 4225 2M1 E Rt 230 P0 Box 127 Elizabethtown Pa 7 J LEHMAN S NEWSTAND 23 Center Square Ehzabethtown Penna, Phone 367 374 1 GROOMING BOARDING Qamevu 'Kemzed BERNESE MT DOGS James 8: Martha Relslnger RD 1 Phone Balnbrldge Pa 17502 1 717 367 7082 el s Texaco Service Prop Melvmn s nnno n 24 Hour Towmg servlce B F Goodrich Tlres Phone 367 9807 TE C0 219 The Hillcrest Supper Club Relax and Dune ln the quiet atmosphere of our new dlnlng room featurmg a complete menu A J TI-IOME INSURANCE 559 East High Street Elizabethtown Pa 367 1580 COLLIN S MOTORS LAWN 8a GARDEN STATE INSPECTION U HAUL RENTALS Phone 367 1856 RD 1 Ellzabethtown Pa 17022 IZA gown FOR QUICK PICK UP CALL 367 6551 pizza town 50 EAST SUMMIT STREET ELIZABETHTOWN PA 17022 Fresh Baked Pizza 84 Subs Kreamer Pharmacy ZR fj Phone 367 1262 Sllzasethtcwn Trzust Compan Complete Banklng Faclhtles Member FDIC Best Wxshes from the Elnzabethtown Trust Company 7 l.f GENERAL AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR l ! p l l 220 Clearview Lanes .l... - . .i .1 . Wwze'ee'4?uk1!S4op COMMERCIAL PRINTING BOWLING BILLIARDS Baby Sitting Service I Free Instructions Cues-Cue Cases - Tables Ball Drilling - Ball Bags and Billiard Sundries and Shoes Ma, 125 552,414 llopfm Skye, I C j gllllL 6fkZUAPIA,0lI'll, l y R.D. 2, MT. JOY, PA. 17552 PA I ,m7w,r fLancaster County, Me' ' I 'H Congratulations to the Class of 1976 WENGER FEEDS Dutchland Farms Flheems Pa. 17570 Flheems Pa. 17570 Phone 717-367-1195 Phone 717-367-7227 1 BEST WISHES from ETOWNIAN RESTAURANT Elizabethtown, Penn. ROY do JO glllluellerk glllufner Shop Flowers with Quality Beauty and Arrangement 55 North Market Street Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania , Phone: 367-1581 fa 1. j Ezizabefhmwns H rn. d Teleflora Member CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS TREE TOP PUBLIC CEXECUTIVEJ GOLF COURSE Creek Road, RD 3 Manheim Phone: 665-6262 - I 221 I B i Compliments of l I mmcs - mmufs 345566 Wddftld I I 111 NORTH MARKET STREET, ELIZABETHTOWN PA 17022 I ,Happy fo .genre E th F Th L d Wh s y in 327-2420 O ews Our Cxommunify Admiral, Kitchen Aid, Litton Speed Queen, Zenith Sales GL Service SIMON CANDY COMPANY HESS TV 85 APPLIANCE 31 N- SPWCG St- ZO7 N. MARKET ST. Elizabethtown ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. 17022 Phone: 367-1693 wkinlpooff The - de? M744 ' CIRCULATION 2o,4oo EACH wma Mount .Ioy, Pu. FARMER'S FERTILIZER WORKS, INC ' 5 2.54 vii I 1. 185 ,q'.fS'f AN' Il',11t"' 365 WEST BAINBRIDGE STREET ELIZABETHTOWN PA 17022 Premlum Fert111zers 8a Donegal Lawn Food Phone: 717 - 367-1211 2534 Compliments of Zarfoss Hardware on the square since 19 15 Elizabethtown, Pa. ,Ex ROBERT L. IBBERSON :XNNA E. IBBERSON P ' w 5 C 1 D ug LARPIT FOR HDMI LY LAR I Q IOGO s. MAmu:'r s'r. 'A ' ELIZABETIITOWVN. PENNA. 17022 ......... ...il T E DETROIT CONNECT U . THE CONTINENTAL PRESS, INC. Elizabethtown. Pennsylvania 17022 i E .T 1' f' . - - , : V .Q V14 5 'Jw uf' x Atlanta. Georgia Elgin, Illinois Dallas, Texas Portland, Oregon Pasadena. California ROUTE 230 EAST - ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. 17022 PHONE 717-367-1 189 944-3171 658-1880 "It's who you know that counts." "For better used cars. see us." Erb Bros. Service Station I Complete Motor Tune-up I 500 N. Market St. Elizabethtown AAA Service State Inspection I AlIen's TV and Stereo, Inc. 12 East High St. Elizabethtown, Pa. 17022 Phone 367-4701 Magnavox Sales 81 Service ,fb 5 BULUGN vu LEC7 If Kirk, 350006 ,ZZZI-'nf IT, 0 orncs ff Pl-A NT4 .. .Ji Comphments of mam 4 3 Good Luck Senxors From PHILLIPS MAGIC CHEF RESTAURANT Chapman s Apparel Rt 230 East of Ehzabethtown Fme Clothing For The 367 4920 Cookmg an Baking by our Infant Thru Jumor Maglc Chef Zft N N. Eat here or We ll both starve Llve plants and arrangements wlth beauty Dot's Beauty Shoppe so ww DESIGN RITE Elizabethtown - "For Dxscrxmmatmg Women" 8 16825 MARKET ST ELIZABETHTOWN PA PHONE 367 5737 ' I ' .5 ,L .I nf: J' I NIT is , I . I' 5 , ' 1 , 1 ,Aff--" 1 . I N . . . I I , . . XXX ' ' ' 'ti'- .I I -I wg, I ' I XY 3 x Q-- I , ., , 5 X I I' v 225 Compliments of Herr E1ectr1c Inc 45 S. MARKET ST. ELIZABETHTOWN Phon 367 We f S X 2 f Moron! rs Z' Q! rnmvn. ln. 54 SOUTH MARKET STREET ELIZABETHTOWN PENNSYLVANIA Farmers Mutual Insurance Company Incorporated January 31 1844 ELIZABETHTOWN PENNSYLVANIA 17022 1929 443 WEST HIGH STREET ELIZABETHTOWN PA DRESS 8: SPORTSWEAR N i F -Sf! Q X as Wig f vau: iz il: VX fadnd fewfez Plumblng I-Ieatlng Axr Condltlonmg Box 68 H Ellzabethtown Pa W Phone 367 1475 'gr NAUMAN S FARGO SERVICE 24 Hour Towmg' Servlce 404 South Market St Ellzabethtown Pa Q voun l SERVICE I B26 A Liberal Arts College offering preparation nn the professlons teachmg the sciences business the rnmstry social work the healxng arts and other fields with a specxal Interest m area youth El1z abethtown College For further Information contact the Dlrector of Admlsslons Ehzabethtown College Ehzabethtown Pennsylvania HOME FURNISHINGS CARPETING FURNITURE OF MERIT INTERIOR DESIGN A Furniture Store That Offers Quahty Furmture at Country Prlces DAVID S FURNITURE 2 MILES WEST OF ELIZABETHTOWN ON ROUTE 230 PHONE C7171 367-1232 DECORATOR SERVICE 2798 N. Market St. Elizabethtown, PA 17022 eaqfww. et. 212 W. HIGH STREET, ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. MOTORS ELIZABETHTOWN PA. 17022 SALES and SERVICE Phone: 367-1515 OLDSMOBILE B27 IazobeIIII'own Qycee duI Jig IQQDEVMHHQ CLASS E o h chooI '9 E 9 CUSS WE BELIEVE CREEU HAT FAITH IN GOD GIVES MEANING AND PURPOSE TO HUMAN LIFE HAT THE BROTHERHOOD OF MAN TRANSCENDS THE SOVEREIGN IY OF NATION.: HAT ECONOMIC JUSTICE CAN BEST BE WON BY FREE VIEN THROUGH FREE ENTERPRISE HAT GOVERNMENT SHOULD BE OF LAWS RATHER THAN OF MEN HAT EARTH S GREAT TREASURE LIES IN HUMAN PERSONALITY ND THAT SERVICE TO HUMANITT IS THE BEST WORIK OF LIFE III Ji UIUIAC .SOC-Ce 56 X HEP .I c - x 2 ' I A ' C mn 4 I EAI' ' 674. qfwffiam .Bogen FUNERAL HOME 367 1380 144 E HIGH STREET STA-WM 1-mann ' Stylmg Salon EuzABE1'H1'owN, PA. 5 Styling S Razor Cuts For Men 8 Women d -CI EI'zabethtown Pa S t B 550 RDI 'ml E TOWN S OLDEST DEALER Call 367 6502 cf TAYLOR J EWELER CENTER SQUARE C k W t h ELIZABETHTOWN JEWELRY CLASS RINGS BY JOHN ROBERTS F COMPLIMENTS OF E GINGRICHS mon: 3671518 B bdg A unlnummwnurm I - rmmyman M-funn-straying me Tues. thru a . by ox . appointment only Elizabethtown, Pa. - 5 loc s a. c es ' fe FOOD KASPHALT PAvlNc, may :N M ARKET . I I : ni I ain ri e,P . S I . K, 0 0 Patrons CENTRAL PENNA.'S LARGEST SELECTION OF BRIDAL FASHION S PAT ORGART'S BRID L SHOP of Ellzabethtown 'roo N MARKET s'r RT 230 ELIZABETHTOWN PA PHONE Q71 7, 367 4 133 Thank you to our many patron frlends who helped make th1s yearbook posslble Corrlna Alleman Beth Alllson The James Appleby Famlly Mr :Sc Mrs John Aston The Avlcollx s The Arntz Famlly The Dale Andrews Famlly I-Iarrxs Adams Cheryl Bllzzard Kenneth E Brown III Mr Ga Mrs Kenneth E Brown Mr 8: Mrs Kenneth E Brown Raymond Allan Brown Barb Brown Deb Burke Mr da Mrs Rlchard H Barley Donna Bradley Susan Bowser Marne Bless The James Buss Famlly 8a Mrs Ronald Bair 8 Mrs D E Bowersox Sz Mrs Glenn Bradley Joe Brenner Jr oe 8a Loulse Blllxps Faye R Boyer Mr 8a Mrs Denms Baxr Mrs George Baum James Boyer Leah M Burke Mr 8a Mrs Kenneth Brandt Mr Ka Mrs Thomas Burke Madelme Brown Mr 8z Mrs Grant Beck Mr 8: Mrs Wllbur Barley Mr G Mrs Bert Bowers Mr Ga Mrs Wxlham D Balmer B111 6: Lmda Blckel Anna Brelmch Peter F Bxckford Erma do Joe Banxk Mr dz Mrs Ira Bathurst Mr 8: Mrs Ronald L Bard The Jack Bachman Famxly Mr :Sz Mrs Fred Baker Blll Brown Mary dc Roger Brmser Helen Boeshore Mr Ga Mrs J Elwood Brubaker Mr dz Mrs Walter E Boyer Annette 8: Sparky Boyer .' g ' fa ' It . . 4 X S , . - X -5 X 1 U xj C s x ' ,Y , . LK Mr. 8: Mrs. Keith Allen Mrs. Myrtle Brown Diane, Bruce dz Brian Bosley ' " Mr. . . . ' ' ' Mr. . . ' ' J ' ' ' . . . . . Sr. . . . . . . Jr. ' 230 Mr. 8: Mrs. Jere M. Bender Mr. 8: Mrs. Robert Campbell Alexander W. Cullen Robert E. Goble Kenneth R. Clark Phillip P. Clark Mr. 8: Mrs. Raymond C. Clark Kathy Clark Willie Crigger Bill 8: Pat Crigger Paul A. Clouser Mr. 8: Mrs. Paul E. Crum Mr. 8: Mrs. Paul M. Crum Dr. Sally L. Craig Joan S. Coble Mr. 8: Mrs. Ralph Clouser Jr. Mr. 8: Mrs. Clyde Clark Mr. 8: Mrs. George Carlisle The Oliver Cleland Family Jean 8: Gerilyn Craun Butch 8: Tess Cassel Mr. 8: Mrs. James K. Cowan John Chard Mr. 8: Mrs. James F. Crane Vicki 8: Michael Cowan Mr. Barney Carnes Mr. nk Mrs. George Dolfinger Mr. 8: Mrs. Ray Dieffenbach Mr. 8: Mrs. Lester DeGroft Kathryn Durborow Mr. 8: Mrs. Charles W. Druckenmiller Bob Deppen Mr. 8: Mrs. Richard Deichert Monica Darkes Cindy Darkes Stephanie Darkes Mr Mr 8: Mrs. 8: Mrs. Les Darkes Stanley Dotterer Mr. 8: Mrs. Robert Wm. Dysart Mr 8: Mrs. Martin Deimler Mr 8: Mrs. Patrick Donley Mr 8: Mrs. Melvin Detz Mr. 8: Mrs. David Dellinger Mr 8: Mrs. Claude Dimeler Mr. Gene Duck Terri 8: John Derr Donald N. Dennis Jr. Jerry Danz CUSAFP Mr. 8: Mrs. Carl Drescher Harold "Tosch" Eberly Mr 8: Mrs. Harold Eckinger Mr 8: Mrs. Ronald Eshleman Mr. 8: Mrs. William Emenheiser Mr 8: Mrs. Frank Eichler Mr. 8: Mrs. Richard Ebersole Jr. Mr. 8: Mrs. Alfred Eckroth Jr. John Emswiler Mr. 8: Mrs. Frank Ember Mrs. Edna Eshelman Mrs. Elam R. Eberly Mr. 8: Mrs. Eugene Eisenbise Nicki Eisenbise Cheryl A. Espenshade Jean Engle Mr. 8: Mrs. Milton F. Eberly The Carl Enterline Family David Elton Kathy L. Dosch Barbara Estep Mr. 8: Mrs. George Fisher III Mary Funck Mr. 8: Mrs. Russel Funck R. S. Feaser Dr. 8: Mrs. Werner Z. Fetter Pastor 8: Mrs. Ray Fetter The Bradley Flowers Family Mr. 8: Mrs. Scott Flowers The Barry Funk Family Mr. Jack Frank Cindy Fittery Dawin Fittery Mary Fry Dr. 8: Mrs. Donald R. Fink Mr. 8: Mrs. John Freel The Grubic Family The S. Gregg Family The Chet Greiner Family Yvonne E. Grimes "Big enough to accommodate and small enough to appreciate your business." I 231 Harry W. Greenberger Seana Gebhardt Marty Ginder Rev. 8: Mrs. James Grumbine Kim, Monica 8: Susie Givens The Larry Garns Family Mr. 8: Mrs. Asa Gutshall Deb Gutshall Mr. 8: Mrs. Donald S. Griest Mr. 8: Mrs, Martin N. Gyomber Mr. 8: Mrs. Dale Gallagher Ed Good Mr. 8: Mrs. Leroy Gutshall Hank 8: Delonia Geyer Alice Gall 8: Family Mr. 8: Mrs. Richard Grubb The George C. Germer Family The George J. Germer Family' Cindy Germer Les E. Guttschall Mr. 8: Mrs. James L. Grimm The Charles Gieb Family The Dan Good Family The Paul Goss Family Mr. 8: Mrs. Paul Gerlach Mr. Cleon Greider Mr. 8: Mrs. Albert Goodling Mr. 8: Mrs. Walter C. Gingrich Mr. and Mrs. David M. Gingrich Nora M. Gingrich Mr. 8: Mrs. Dale Garman Mr. 8: Mrs. Hipple Mr. 8: Mrs. Dorsey J. Halblieb S The Kenneth Haines Family Mr. 8: Mrs. Paul Hunsecker Harry 8: Dorothy Hake Mr. 8: Mrs. Joseph L. Hoover Donald Herline Mr. 8: Mrs. Charles Habjanttz Wilburn Hawkins Odessa Hawkins Claude Hawkins Elmer 8: Jane Hoover Barbara A. Hippensteel Mr. 8: Mrs. E. L. Horner Jane Hemperly The Dick Hoffman Family John Hersh Jr. Frank Heist Miller M. Hess Miss Cindy Hart Mr. 8: Mrs. Carroll Hershey Mr. 8: Mrs. Lester Hawthorne Mr. 8: Mrs. Douglas Hawthorne Jeff 8: Chris Hostetter John Hemperly Florence Halbleib Merle 8: Helen Hossler The Paul Herndon Family Mr. 8: Mrs. Dalzell F. Hartman Bernie Hopkins Dori Hoover M. Daniel Heisey Mr. 8: Mrs. Daniel Heisey Sr. Laverne Heisey Mr. 8: Mrs. Clarence Heistand The Hossler Family Mr. 8: Mrs. Jack Hollingsworth Mr. 8: Mrs. Donald Hilsher Mr. 8: Mrs. Darwin S. Hollinger Dave Hollinger Mr. 8: Mrs. Glenn Hummer The Michael B. Hudzick Family Mr. 8: Mrs. Martin H. Hynicker Mrs. Imler Mr. 8: Mrs. Ierley Marc 8: Deneen Ierley Mr. 8: Mrs. Calvin Justice Taffy Jones Mr. 8: Mrs. John T. Jones Mr. 8: Mrs. Donald Jackson The Avery Justice Family Mr. 8: Mrs. Ken Jones John 8: Anna Keener Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr 8: Mrs. 8: Mrs. 8: Mrs. 8: Mrs Stephen Kachniosz James L. Keefer Richard Kuhnert Otis Kitchen Dean F. Kreamer RUIIHELLE TV 133 W. Hummelstown St. 7 Centre Square Elizabethtown, Pa. Elizabethtown :nm h syumnm 9+ Queisan SALES 8: SERVICE RONALD L. GARBER, OWNER 1 l 1 l l 232 Evelyn Kleinfelter Joan Kegerize Mr. Sz Mrs. Mitchell Kreiser Mr. Ga Mrs. Ira Koser Jr. Doug Sr Peg Koller Mr. dz Mrs. Steve Kachniasz John P. Kinney Nevin Kern Mr. dz Mrs. Donald Kretzing Paul dz Dorothy Kreider Mr. Aldus B. Kready Earl Kean Barry Killian Mr. dz Mrs. Earl Kauffman Mr. 8: Mrs. Ray Kriener The Kinsey Family Linda Koser Mr. dz Mrs. Roger A. Killian Mr. 6: Mrs. Ronald Koontz Mrs. Lynn Kister F Congratulations To Our Fellow Classmates from The Senior Class Officers Sam Allen Lewie Ebert Tammy Raffensperger Ken Beard Paul Hunsecker, Advisor Sr. Mr. dz Mrs. Thomas Kesselring Mr. dz Mrs. W. Allen Keinard Betsy Keinard Mr. 8: Mrs. Thomas Knorr The Al Kashner Family Sharon Kashner Diana Kashner Dan Kashner Deb Sz Mike Loercher Jane Logan l...... Mr. Ga Mrs. Sam Lancaster The Don Leibfried Family Mr. Ga Mrs. Raymond Leach Roger Leach Jenny Leber Leonard Lembert The David Lasky Family The Paul Levering' Family Mr. 85 Mrs. Merle LeFever Mr. dz Mrs. Earl Long Rick Lancaster Marlyn Lesher Don 815 Peg Landvater Paula Lancaster R. M. Lesher Jim Lancaster Mr. 8a Mrs. Harry Lehman The Paul J. Liskey Family Denise Lamb Mr. John R. Leas Betty Lancaster Mr. 8a Mrs. G. Roland Lapp Gordy Lewis Roxie Laughman Perry dc Lucille Mitchell Mr. 8: Mrs. Raymond McCulloch Mr. dz Mrs. Kenneth M. Mowrer Eleanor Morgan Mr. 8z Mrs. Lee Miller Ray 8: Lois Milbee Paul Myers Mr. 8: Mrs. Arthur L. Martin Lee Martin Mrs. Bob McGhan Mr. Sz Mrs. Paul T. Mummau Mr. Sn Mrs. Walton Moyer Ron Miller Denise Moore Judy dz Ted Moore Mr. dz Mrs. Robert McCann Mr. 8: Mrs. Robert Mulhollem Mr. 8: Mrs. Martin Miller Mr. Cz Mrs. Earl Meck Andrew Miller Mr. 6: Mrs. Cloyd Martin Deborah J. Martzall Anna McN all ' Mikki Maxwell Dave "Sharky" Markel Mr. 8: Mrs. Milo F. Maker Lee Mullen Jeff Sz Marcia Mummau Mr. 8a Mrs. Henry G. Myers Mr. 8: Mrs. Frank McCracken Michael Johathan McCracken Mr. 8: Mrs. Jonathan McCracken John Moore Mr. 8: Mrs. Samuel Miller Mr. Sz Mrs. Richard Miller Mr. 8: Mrs. Donald Miller 233 RIFLE SQUAD We will remember the fun times gone, And so we leave to pass them on. Mr. dr. Mrs. Charles L. Millard Mr. 8m Mrs. Gene Nauman Mr. 8: Mrs. Ogier Norris Patty Nearst Mr. Sr Mrs. Michael Nye Mrs. James 0'Donnell Mr. 8 Mrs. Harry S. Olnick Emory Oberdorft' Margaret Peters dz Family Donald Pardoe Sr. Mr. 8: Mrs. Clyde Pickel Joann Pyle C. Fred Price Mr. 8s Mrs. Donald Painter Mr. 8a Mrs. David Pollock The Pierce Family Mr. 8: Mrs. J. D. Peters Ron Patterson Nancy Querry Mr. dc Mrs. Ray Reeder Mr. dz Mrs. Richard Rutt Jamie H. Rowley The Barry Reinhold Family Mr. 8: Mrs. Elwood Raber Coleen Raber Linda Raber Mr. Gu Mrs. John Rogers Robert H. Roeting E. Rauchle Mike Rank 234 Katie Royer Mr. Sz Mrs. Joseph Risser Mr. Q Mrs. Ralph Rissmiller Mr. do Mrs. Wilson Rothermel The Donald Rineer Family Mr. Thomas Rodkey Richard C. Ray The James Raffensperger Family Mr. Robert Rutherford Keith dz Kent Rutherford Mr. 6: Mrs. James Rutherford Miss Diane Romig Mr. 8: Mrs. Robert Roderick Mr. dc Mrs. Stuart Raub Jr. Marian Raffensperger Mr. dz Mrs. Staurt Raub Leica Raub Mr. 8a Mrs. Howard Rehrer Nellie M. Raber Mrs. Ruth Rehrer Jim 8: Nancy Reider The Roth Family Mr. 8a Mrs. Martin Spangler Mr. 81, Mrs. John Stites Mr. 5 Mrs. Gerald Stein The Rod Sheetz Family Hughes dz Beth Smith Dorothy R. Seiders Mr. 8a Mrs. Charles Sweigart Mr. 8z Mrs. Frank A. Snyder Mr. 8: Mrs. Harold Shaffner Harry Snyder The Steinhart Family Joseph R. Stout Linda 8: John Schellenburg Mr. 8: Mrs. Nelson R. Snyder Bill Sweigart Barbara Stump Donna 8: Mike Standridge Mr. da Mrs. John H. Snyder Eugene Storm S. A. Shoemaker Peg Sweigart Mr. Q Mrs. Donald A. Shaffer The Shearer Family Mr. dz Mrs. Bruce Sine Mr. do Mrs. Jim Stettler Mrs. Muriel Saylor Carol Swope Ken Swope Mr. 8: Mrs. Robert Swope Michele Slabinski R. Richard Slesser Anna Stehman Shron L. Sweger ' Mr. do Mrs Mr. da Mrs. Mr. 8: Mrs. Mr. 8: Mrs. Mr. 8z Mrs. Willard Shope Carl Shull Paul Schroll Lynn Sill Sherman Smith Thomas G. Sahd Bev Gt Dave Stauffer Mr. Gt Mrs. Earl Spichler The Gordon Sloat Family The Robert Sylves Family Mrs. Phares B. Shank Mr. 8: Mrs. John N. Stahl Carla Sylves Jon dz Gladys Singer Mrs. Sutphin Scott Smith Mr. 8a Mrs. Joseph Seibert Mr. 8a Mrs. Ralph Shelly Louise Stroh Mr. Stephen Snell The Starrs Mrs. Sloat Mark K. Sawdust Dave Shisler Rich Gt Betty Shireman Mr. du Mrs. Charles Schatz Mr. do Mrs. Ellwood Stauffer Darrel Stauffer Mr. 8: Mrs. Kenneth W. Shull Julie Spangler George SL Vida Snavely The Ronald Snavely Family John Spangler Robert Shiner Mr. 8: Mrs. Ira D. Stahl The Terry Family Mr. Sz Mrs. Mr. Sz Mrs. Mr. 8a Mrs Mr. 8z Mrs Wayne Trotta Kenneth Trostle Sr. Ronald Treichler Robert Thomas Robert 8a Kathleen Terry Miss Trostle Mr. dz Mrs. Francis Tripp Betnz Tozzer K. R. Umbenhauer Mr. 8: Mrs. Paul Waters Mr. 8a Mrs. Arthur Wolfe Lisa Wolfe The Wolvertons Mr. dc Mrs. B. M. Wright Mr. 8x Mrs. Luke L. Warble Sharon dc Karen Wallace Mrs. E. L. Wampler Dave Williams Mark Warren Mr. 8a Mrs. Robert P. Ulrich Mr. Sz Mrs. George E. Ulrich Mrs. Mary Ulrich Ruth dt Pat Vance Mrs. Sarah Vail Mr. Raymond Vail The Walmer Family Mr. dz Mrs. Christ Warner Ken dz Grace Wolfskill Ida Weber Mrs. Kenneth Wahl Mrs. Verda Wolgemuth Mr. Sz Mrs. Eugene Wolgemuth Maxine Wargo Denny Sz Sandy Witmer Terry Wolfe Mr. 8a Mrs. Thomas Watson Mr. Sc Mrs. Terry L. Weaver Terry dz JoLynn Weaver Mr. 8: Mrs. Charles Wells Dr. 6: Mrs. Ralph Weirich Susan J. Wentzel Mr. Gt Mrs. Joseph F. Yurkovic Brenda 8: Brenda Zokeim Mr. 8a Mrs. Jill Zeager Miss Linda Mr. dz Mrs. M. L. Zeager Zerphy Mark Zellers Miss Zimmerman Mr. 8: Mrs. Robert Zorger Mr. GL Mrs. Amos R. Zuck Mary Lou Zuck Bill dz Marilyn Zimmerman Mr. SL Mrs. Dale Richard Zell Mr. dt Mrs. Bob Ziegler Mr. dt Mrs. Woodrow Ziegler Mr. dz Mrs. Lee Ziegler June, Debbie 8a J. J. Sis P. E. M. B. l h BEST WISHES TO OUR SENIORS Barb Kathy Tina Christina. Jeanette Debbie I 235 1 I L 236 A long lost friend Bob S. Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary Hounded 8: Harrassed Turkey 8: the Farmer The 4-L's Denny. Linda 8: Peep The Slide on Thru Gang Slabinski's Radicals Sky King 8: Joanne Chuck 8: the Birds Bob, Kathy, Katcha 8: Kari Boren Gail 8: Terry Best Wishes Class of '76 My Cake Mike 8: Cathy E-town Cheerleaders 8: Coaches Girls' Basketball Team Girls' Hockey Team E-town People-Lynn, Jan Jean, Lori, Lynn, Dawn 8: Judy Don 8: Nancy Kevin 8: the Space Cadets of VFMA Barb 8: Mark Jeff 8: Gina Stevo 8: Annie Stu Pop Steve, Leone, Wendy, Scot 8: Bob Jim, Margie, Jennifer, Oliva Mirro-lure Kid Red Ricky the Model King "Fish" 8: Louise Bunny 8: Piesie Lee's Laundromat Eddie 8: Michelle Mount Joy Cosmetology The Spirits of Bluegrass Karen 8: Dave "A Friend" "A Good Friend" Steve 8: Sue Greg 8: Julie Brooos 8: the Sools Freeda, Royal, Debbie, Di Ant, Spam, Carrot, Fig Renee, Rhonda, Rachelle Heidi Keith, Kent, Kerry, Kirby Sue Jean 8: Bill Linda 8: Sly Rubbersole Eastern Mutual Group Kelly's Masonry THE GREAT ONE Vickie 8: Warren Donna 8: Phil Karen 8: John Chuck 8: Wanda ane, Duane Kevin 8: Sherry A 8: B from '73 Gail 8: Don Ted Snell for Hershey Ed 8: Eileen Superman Cafeteria Staff SB30 66 "The J ack Riniers" SAG Viv S sam JC 8: Mojo Coach Wolf '75 District Cross Country Team Grace Super Fly Small Bard The Raunch Darlene 8: Dennis '53 Willys CJ-313 Jenny's K-5 Blazer Brook's '51 Willys Jeepster '57 Jeep 4 W. D. Eric's '60 Jeep CJ-5 Gerry's '73 Camaro Gary's '67 Fairlane GT Randy's '76 Ford SuperVan Tammy's '67 Red Nova Mr. Hake's Mercury Montego Greaser's '64 Red Beast SWISS FLAGS Life is yours to make it as you will Congratulations to the GIGUNDA Seniors ...A '62 Dodge Lancer Strokes Chainsaw 125 Yahama Amy Keller's "Army" The other Mafia. Bambi Deb 8a Bill "Bru" Sawdust The Moose Gang Roy 6: Dollie Pumpkins Dollie 6x Sandy Roger Deb 8: Levi Gwenda Roach Joe, Eileen 6: Heidi Super Elf Roger Sz Jeanne Corvelle Enterprises Tarkus, Nails, Rubber Mrs. "C" You Gotta Have Art Class of 1970-Patricia'Geyer Punkin Aunt Mary 8: Uncle John Tootsie Pop Blue Angle dz Marshmallow Mugs Zeager iglitterbugl Trouble Woodstock COLORGUARD SQUAD AND BANNERS Congratulations to the Seniors, Dawn Diane, Marcie, Karol and Barb The 2 Stooges-Val do Barb "Jug" United Space Lines Crummy Tom Sz Cece 8: Deb 8a John Whang-Ho dz Christo Eunice 85 Mama Fred McNaughty Forrest MRSM "Butterball" "Airhead" "Super Chiks" Mafia Stocky D dz L -- Curly O. Phid 8: Rick Shy Paradiddle P. C. Phredd S. L. G. Corporation Don Q Karla 8: Laura Bonnie, Theresa. Lucia, Samantha Cregano Reds Red Ranger Busline Dory Holly Br Lolly Ceaser 8: Samson Kelly 6 Tony Tom 8: Tim Goss Household Son of Zitz on a Ritz Joann Sz Wes Rai' Barb Ga Don Terry GL Diane Mohammed Muff Diver JUJ THE MAFIA PA 347 FF 1975 Varsity Soccer Team "The James Gang" Cindy James dz Harry L. Bob's SS iSuper Simcal Doo Grisss Da'Grate Lewie Ga Tammy Minke Q Nancy Peanut Sc Charlie Brown Spaz Jazz David dz Tim Elrod. Lindy dc Pebbles Hojo Gang Airheads Anonymous Mr. President Mei Mei Lonely Hearts Club Cfb V 8: Jay 8: Anne Liz "Peaches" K Mr. Warble's double dribblers 'un B37 2 f .fini I I J X x sn -K -as he S' . 6 . . E, . 7 .M n - ' ri-'Ha 0 :Z ' MS- Q mi Q . Q yi, 1 2 gp 5 - ,fe M if ff N S' X ' 1y, K Mx A V f if X t Comprehensive Index Introductory Section Title Page .... Color Candids . . . Dedication ..... Yearbook Staff . . Seniors Individual Pictures . . . Memoriam ...... Class History . . . Graduation . . Underclassmen 1 34- Candids . . . . . . 60-65,86-87,109,196- Juniors..... Sophomores . . . Freshmen . . . Administration . . Faculty . . Activities Clubs Business Club ...... Health Careers Club . . Library Club ........ National Honor Society Photo Club ......... Rifle Team .... . Student Council . . . . . . 1 2-15 16-17 18-19 22-57 ...58 ...59 139 Weightlifting' Club Wrestlerettes ..... Christmas Dance . . Elections ......... . . .173 . . . .172 .....92-93 118-119 Fifties Day ......... . . 96-97 Homecoming Weekend Marathon .......... . . . May Festivities . . . Oklahoma ...... Prom............. Sadie Hawkins Dance Senior Class Play . . . . . . Senior Class Trip ..... Musical Organizations . . .... 78-8 1 122-124 132-133 125-127 128-129 100-101 102-103 104-105 Chorus and Musical Achievements 1 16-1 17 Concert and Stage Band ....... 94-95 Marching' Band ........ . . 82-83 197 142-149 Athletics 150-157 Baseball ........ 1 12-113 158-165 Boys' Basketball . . .... 90-91 Boys' Track . . . 114-115 Cheerleading' . . . .... 68-69 178-179 Cross Country . . . . . 70-71 Football ....... . . 72-73 Girls' Basketball . . .... 98-99 180-195 Girls' Track .... 120-121 Golf ......... .... 7 4-75 Hockey ........... ..... 7 6-77 Ninth Grade Sports . . . . . . 166-167 Soccer ......... ..... 8 4-85 Tennis . . . 130-131 Wrestling' . . 106-108 . . .171 . . .174 . . .175 Advertisements and Patrons . . . . . 198-237 . . .172 . . .175 . . .171 Closing' . . 238-239 . . .170 WAJQII-IJRTH 240 Mlrceline. Mo., U,S. fic " 1 4 1 141--pf?" -Ig: V: 'swf ' .:p.f!,1 T.. .' Q I T, ' w 3' ' , gf ' gn' .A ' , 4. , . EL V. ,Y Zi.-1 If .,,, . : f ,gli . y, lu YA - .TL A Q ,rv ,. 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