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I ' , EX Libris 5 Enola I-Hgh School 3 PAGE TWO Original building completed in january, 192 3 Addition completed in September, 1938 The l94l Enolian Published by the Senior Class of the Enola l-liqh School Enola, Pennsylvania Foreword the staff of the 1941 ENOLIAN, in pre' senting this yearbook, sincerely hope that, in reviewing the pages that follow, you will be enabled to enjoy the pleasant memories and many activities in which the students and faculty have participated throughout this year. The staff of the ENOLIAN has tried to pre- sent an accurate and complete record of these activities so that in the years to follow you may look back and refresh the memories of this school year. Foreword Contents Dedication Board of Directors Administration Faculty Classes Activities Sports Advertisement Con ten fs Dedioo tion To S. Gordon Rudy, the Principal of the Enola High School, whose line cooperation, support, and loyalty, has enabled our school and community to become more progressive in the field of education, we dedicate this nineteen hundred and forty-one edition of the ENOLIAN. Board of Directors Left to right: Charles H. Miller, Secretary, Non-member: john j. Groff: john E. Kauffman, Presidentg john Hoifmang William E. Seitz. Edward E. Morris was not present when the picture was taken. BOARD or DIRECTORS East Pennsboro Township is of the fourth class because it has less than five thousand population. The district has three grade schools and one high school. Thus we have only five school directors elected by the people of the township for a term of six years. Even though these men have a great responsibility rest- ing upon their shoulders, they serve without pay. PAGE SEVEN Admjnjstra fjon C. W. Hoovlia S. GORDON RUDY Graduated from the following schools: Elementary schooling at: Harrisburg Academy Shiloh SCh00l'l9l3'1920 Dickinson Preparatory School High school and College education at: Dickinson College York High SCh001..,924 Supervising Principal of East Pennsboro Town- Beckley College, Hbg.-1926 ship schools for twenty-one years. Rider College, N. J.-1928-B.C.S. degree Elizabethtown College-1933-B.S. degree New York University-1939-M.A. degree Principal of Enola High School-1932-1941 MABEL RowE Graduated from Enola High School-1941 Secretary to Mr. Hoover and Mr. Rudy PAGE EIGHT ' , 2 fa' 3 -ring QP' K v Al R Q Xl R A 'N X :Tw -x 1 N P. . xx , .Z 6 2: ' 5 5 if x H E R 'i' s. K 5 11 QQ M s-6 L N "9 , xx 1' 5 f gl gs, ' x YY. 7 ffl Nr , XS f ig pf Q - , I A yn 575' ' 5551 194' .19 Faculty GLAm's HORNING Teaches-English Schools-Enola High School, Dickinson College Degree-A.B. A. CARL HUBER Teaches-Civics, General Science, History .Schools-E n o l a H i g h School, Shippensburg State Teachers College, Penn State Degree-B.S. in Ed. TIRZAH BITNER Teaches-Mathematics Schools-Lower Duncan- non High School, Mil- lersville State Teachers College, Lebanon Val- ley College, New Bloom- field Academy. Ronan Gmiwcm. FOOTBALL COACH Bovs BASKETBALL CoAcH BASEBALL CoAcH '1'e'aches-English Schools - Nesquehoning High School, Dickinson College, Temple Uni- versity. Degrees-A.B., Ed. M. PAGE TEN RICHARD ROSENBERRY Teaches-Physics, M a t h e- matics Schools-Enola High School, Dickinson College, Univer- sity of Pennsylvania. Penn- sylvania State College, Sh ippensburg State Teachers College Degrees-B.S. A, NAOMI Perens LIBRARIAN Teaches-History Schools-Enola High School, Irving College, Columbia University, Penn State Degrees-A.B., M.A. ANNA CRUNKLETON Teaches-History Schools-Littlestown High School, Edgehill Prep., Millersville State Teachers College. STANFORD BAUCHER T e Il c h e s- Commercial Subjects Schools - Hershey High School, Elizabethtown Teachers College. Degree-B.S. BEATRICE PAUL Teaches - Home Eco- nomics Schools - john Harris High School, Indiana State Teachers College, Shippensburg S t a t e Teachers College, Penn State Degree-B.S. in Home Economics. l Esrmzn R1mEL Teaches-Chemistry, Biology, French. Schools-Enola High School, Dickinson College. Degrees-A.B., M.A. Gzoncn Fav GIRLS, BASKETBALL COACH Assls. FOOTBALL COACH TRACK CoAcu Teaches-Physical Educa- tion Schools-New Cumber- land High School, West Chester State Teachers College. DOROTHY WING!-:RT Music Sumsnvisou Schools - Enola H i g h School, West Chester State Teachers College, Pennsylvania State Col- lege. Degree-B.S. in Public School Music RICHARD GAkvEa feaches-Shop S c h o o ls - Middletown High School, Millers- ville State Teachers College. Degree-B.S. JOHN PAUL BAND Dmscron Teaches-Commercial Sub- jects Schools - Shamokin H i g h School, Susquehanna Unl- versity. Degree-B.S. Faculty MARY Sm-:LLY Teaches-Engl ish, Latin School-Shippensburg State Teachers College, Dickin- son College. Degree-A.B. ELIZABETH STERRET1' Airr Surrnvlson Schools - Carlisle High School, School of lndus- trial Art, Edinboro State Teachers College, Columbia University. Degree-B.S. SHILLEN HUM Teaches-Geography Schools - E n ol a High School, Shippensburg State Teachers College. Penn State, University of Pennsylvania. Degree-B.S. in Ed. LUCILLE AnAMs,R.N. SCHOOL Nunsl: Schools - E n o I a High School, Protestant Epis- copal Hospital, Ship- pensburg State Teachers College, Penn State. PAGE ELEVEN Faculfy Play Left to right: Seated, Naomi Peters, Esther Riegel. Standing, Elizabeth Sterrett, Mrs. C. W. Hoover, Directress, S. Gordon Rudy, Shillen Heim, Robert Grainger, Lucille Adams, Beatrice Paul, john Paul. S. Gordon Rudy .. A. Naomi Peters .. Dorothy Wingert .. Beatrice Paul .... Esther Riegel .. George E. Fry john H. Paul ....... ..... Robert R. Grainger Lucille Adams .... Shillen P. Heim Elizabeth Sterrett .. PAGE TWELVE Characters FRANK PAGE, a middle-aged business man. EDITH PAGE, his wife, optimistic and sympathetic. GERALDINE, their elder daughter. SYLVIA, their younger daughter. MINERVA COOPER, Mr. Page's widowed sister. ANTHONY WAYNE, a young artist in love with Geraldine. JACK MERRILL, a young insurance salesman, in love with Sylvia ALBERT CASTLE, a middle-aged banker. GERTRUDE CASTLE, his wife, a flighty one. OLIVER PILLSBURY, a stranger from afar. ETHEI, AIENKS, kitchen maid in the Page household. MMM on 0 0 Senior Ofhcers President ..... . . .CHARLES BLOSER Vice-President .... RUSSELL WELSH Secretary .... ...... G LADYS LAVERTY Treasurer . . . .... DonoTHY CAMPBELL Historian .. . ...... BETTY HIVNER CLASS FLOWER CLASS COLORS "American Beauty Rose" "Navy Blue and White" PAGE FOURTEEN CLASS Morro "Yesterday is gone, forget it. Tomorrow never comes, why worry? 'JI Today is here, get busy. 1 BETTY MAY ARNDT Date of Birth: May 12, 1923 Course: General Nickname: "Bell" Favorite Song: "Star Dust" Operetta 1, 2, 3 GEORGE MONROE ARNOLD, jk. Date of Birth: I june 26, 1923 Course: Commercial Nickname: "George" Favorite Song: "I'll Never Smile Again" Dramatic Club 3 C eerleadcr 1, 2, 3, 4: Capt. Usher at Commencement 3 3 Handiwork Club 2 S. Council 3 R. C. Council 3 Home Ec. Club 3 Art Club 3, 4 Class Play 3, 4 Cheerleader 4 Color Guard 4 Com'l Club 4 Osckn ELME11 BALLEW Date of Birth: june 11, 1923 Course: General Nickname: "Oscar" Favorite Song: "Star Dust" Hi-Y 1, 4 Chorus Club 2 Orch. Mgr. 2, 3 Operetta 2, 3 Band Mgr. 2, 3, 4 Dramatic Club 3 Class Play 3 IRENE LOUISE BEAM Date of Birth: October 19, 1923 Course: Commercial Nickname: "Renie" Favorite Song: "There I Go" Handiwork Club 2 Com'l Club 4 Shop Club 3 Enolian Staff 4 Basketball Mgr. 3, 4 Gym Club 3 Usher, Band Concert 4 I-M Basketball 3, 4 Class Play 3, 4 Spectator Staff 4: Exchange H. P. 4 Ed. CLAUDE ALBERT BEANE, jx. CHARLES HENRY BLosE1t BERTHA Dux-:TTA BLUST EDITH V1o1.A BLUST Date of Birth: Date of Birth: Date of Birth: Date of Birth: june 19, 1922 March 18, 1922 December 8, 1923 December 8, 1923 Course: Commercial Nickname: "Ben" Favorite Song: "Little Brown jug" Dramatic Club 3 l-M Basketball 3 S. P. 3 H. P. 3. 4 Football 3, 4 Track 3, 4 Varsity Club 4 Course: Academic Nickname: "Chiz" Favorite Song: Course: Commercial Nickname: "Bert" Favorite Song' Course: Commercial Nickname: "Edith" Favorite Song: ulmagmauon "We've Come A Long Way "May I Never Love Again Baseball Mgr' 1 TOE'-fthefn Home Ec. Club 2 llfcgfbgilzi lfgfei' 2 Home Et. Club 2 chorus club 2 ' ' ' Chorus Club 2 Gym Club 3 Basketball 1, 2. 3, 4 Chorus Club 2 Class V.-Pres. 2 H. P. 2, 3. 4: Capt. 4 Varsity Club 2, 3, 4: Treas. 8- 4 S. Council 4: Pres. W. S. S. C. A. 4 Enolian Staff 4: Sports Ed. Class Pres. 4 H. R. Pres. 4 S. P. 3 Class Play 3, 4 Operetta 1, 3 Track 1, 3, 4 Gym Club 3 Nature Club 3 Com'l Club 4 I-M Basketball 4 Com'l Club 4 PAGE FIFTEEN JOHN RICHARD B1zEssL1-:iz Date of Birth: April 8, 1923 Course: General Nickname: "Rats" Favorite Song: "Whispering Grass" Dramatic Club 2 Football Mgr. 2, 3 I-M Basketball 2, 3 Hi-Y 2, 3 Chorus Club 3 Class Play 3 Band 4 BETTY LORETTA BRUAW Date of Birth: May 6, 1924 Course: Commercial Nickname: "Betty" Favorite Song: "May I Never Love Again" G. R. 1, 2 Handiwork Club 2 Basketball 2, 3, 4 Gym Club 3 Operetta 3 Com'l Club 4 Donornv JEAN CAMPBELL Date of Birth: October 22, 1923 Course: General Nickname: "Dottie" Favorite Song: "Deep Purple" Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Orch. 1, 2, 3, 4 Class I-list. 2 Dramatic Club 2 Operetta 2, 3 Chorus Club 3 Symphony Club Rep. 3 Class Play 3, 4 Class Treas. 4 Orch. T reas. 4 Com'l Club 4 ROSANNA ELIZABETH CRESCENZI Date of Birth: August 22, 1922 Course: Commercial Nickname: "Rosie" Favorite Song: "Moonlight Serenade" Basketball 1 G. R. 1, 2 Operetta 1, 2, 3 Cheerleader 1,2,3,4: Capt Home Ec. Club 2 Gym Club 2, 3 I-M Basketball 2, 3, 4 Usher, Class Play 3 Class Play 4 Enolian Staff 4 Com'l Club 4 Prom Com. 4 Usher, Band Concert 4 Seniors RUTH E1.1zA111aT1-1 DARK Date of Birth: October 22, 1923 Course: Commercial Nickname: "Ruth" Favorite Song: "Five 0'Clock Whistle" Class Treas. 1 Orch. 1, 2, 3 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 ANNABELL LEE DE1B1.1a1z Date of Birth: May 13, 1923 Course: Academic Nickname: "Ann" Favorite Song: "Mother Machrea" Cheerleader 4 Usher, Class Play 4 Enolian Staff 4 DOMENICA D1 ROBERTO Date of Birth: December 3, 1922 Course: Commercial Nickname: "Mimie" Favorite Song: "Mexicali Rose" Dramatic Club 2 Chorus Club 3 Enolian Staff 4 MARY JANE DUNN Date of Birth: February 16, 1924 Course: Commercial Nickname: "Mary Jane' Favorite Song: "I Hear A Rhapsody" G. R. 1, 2, 3,4 Spectator Staff 1, 2, 3, 43 BUS Mgr- 3, 4 Operetta 2 Usher, Band Concert 4 Com'l Club 4 P. S. P. A. 2 Nature Club 2 I-M Basketball 2, 3 Chorus Club 3 Home Ec. Club 2, 3 Class Play 3 Operetta 2, 3 Ch. Ticket Com. 4 Class Play 3 Ccm'l Club 4 Usher at Class Day and Com mencement 3 Usher, Class Play 3, 4 Enolian Staff 4: Bus. Mgr. G. R. Play 4 Com'l Club 4 PAGE SIXTEEN .41 ,X- HAROLD FRANK FAKE Date of Birth: December 28, 1922 Course: Commercial Nickname "Red" Favorite Song: "Redwing" Shop Club 2 Varsity Club 3 I-M Basketball 3, 4 Football 4 . 1.1. f W M-, - -.X , v ' . , 3' Q 't'.' 2 .VL V- 3 . fr I 'N .gy T x." ' . K , 'K 5 .,,' . . "vii..3fi -4.1.1 V ' f 'tit I t X ' - ' F' M. ff., l1e?fLi,. ,5.Eg.i1.'lt,?4 'iQ'qi3lkir' ' J I Q S I .5,?'fji, J. ,r. '- gigs 9 -zfsmfsi ANNA MAE GARVERICll Date of Birth: January 7, 1924 Course: General Nickname: "Annie" Favorite Song: "Because" G. R. 1, 2, 3 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Co Capt. 4. Gym Cl11b 2, 3 Cheerleader 2, 3 I-M Basketball Coach 3 Basketball Queen Contest 3 Usher, Class Play 3 Usher at Class Day 3 Class Play 3, 4 I-Znolian Staff 42 Girls' Sport Editor Libr. 4 Usher, Band Concert 4 ARLEEN G1.A1JYs G1v1.E11 Date of Birth: August 26, 1923 Course: General Nickname: "Arleen" Favorite Song: "Star Dust" H. R. Sec. 3 S. Council 4 Com'l Cl11b 4 EDWIN GEORGE G1v1.E11 Date of Birth: December 5. l923 Course: General Nickname: "Zeke" Favorite Song: "Stairway To The Stars" Hl-Y'ln2, 3, 4: Sec. 21 V.- Pres. 4 Shop Club 2 R. C. Council 2, 3, 4 Varsity Club 2, 4 Track 2, 4: Mgr. 4 Aviation Club 3 H. P. 3. 4 Football Mgr. 3, 4 l-M Basketball 3, 4 Class Play 4 Enolian Staff 4 Seniors SPURGEON Etwoon GonN,j11. CONSTANCE MARIE HEISON Date of Birth: October 29, 1923 Course: General Nickname: "Spurg" Favorite Song: "Trade Winds" Hi-Y 1, 2 Class Pres. 1, 2 Council 1, 2 H. R. Pres. 1, 2, 3 Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Co-Capt. 4 Radio Club 2 Varsity Club 2. 3. 4 Class V.-Pres. 3 Date of Birth: February 29, 1924 Course: Commercial Nickname: "Connie" Favorite Song: "Goodbye Now" G. R. 1 Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4 Gym Club 2, 3 Operetta 2, 3 Basketball 2, 3, 4 H. R. Treas. 3 Banquet Com. 3 Class Play 3 R. C. Council 3, 4 Com'l Club 4 S. Council 41 Sec. Usher, Band Concert 4 BETTY MAE H1vN1-:R Date of Birth: june 14, 1923 Course: General Nickname: "Bebbs" Favorite Song: "Honeysuckle Rose" Music Club 2, 3 Operetta 2, 3 Cheerleader 2, 3 Ch. Ticket Com. 3 Class Hist. 3, 4 Enolian Staff 41 Assoc. Ed. Usher, Band Concert 4 Libr. 4 Libr. Club 4: Sec.-Treas. W. S. L. C. A. 4 BETTY JANE HOFFMAN Date of Birth: March 9, 1924 Course: Commercial Nickname: "Betty" Favorite Song: "Until Tomorrow" Orch. 1, 2, 3 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Operetta 2, 3 Banquet Com. 3 Gym Club 3: Sec.-Treas. Home Ec. Cl11b 3 Class Play 3, 4 Girls' Basketball Mgr. 3, 4 Com'l Clllll 4 PAGE SEVENTEEN DELP1-11NE ROMAINE HOFFMAN Date of Birth: September 5, 1923 Course: Commercial Nickname: "Delphine" Favorite Song: You Are My Sunshine' Nature Club 2, 3 Usher, Class Play 4 Com'l Club 4 W1LLAR1J CLARENCE HOFFMAN Date of Birth: April 28, 1922 Course: Academic Nickname: "Pete" Favorite Song: "Moonlight Serenade" I-M Basketball 2, 3 H. P. 2, 3, 4 Varsity Club 2, 3, 4 Football 2, 3, 4 Baseball 2, 3, 4 S. P. 3 Basketball 4 AUDREY M1LLAR HOLMES LOUISE MAE HULL Date of Birth: November 15, 1923 Course: Commercial Nickname: "Audrey" Favorite Song: "Trade Winds" G. R. 1 Home Ee. Club 2, 3 I-M Basketball 2, 3. 4 Operetta 3 Class Play 3 Usher, Class Play 3 Usher at Class Day and Com- mencement 3 Ch. Candy Com. 3 Com'l Club 4 Date of Birth: May 30, 1923 Coarse: Commercial Nickname: "Louise" Favorite Song: "You Are My Sunshi11e" G. R. 1 Handiwork Club 2 Com'l Club 4 Seniors kVlLLIAM HENRY KNABY Date of Birth: April 25, 1922 Course: General Nickname: "Bill" Favorite Song: "Keep A11 Eye On Your Heart" Stamp Club 2, 3 I-M Basketball 2, 3 Baseball 3, 4 Basketball 4 JANET VALE Ko1-1R Date of Birth: October 13, 1922 Course: Commercial Nickname: "Shanny" Favorite Song: "Blue Hawaii" Nature Cl11b 2, 3 Usher, Class Play 4 COIHII Club 4 MARY RUTH KRO11 Date of Birth: February 22, 1923 Course: Commercial Nickname: "Doggie" Favorite Song: "The Song of The Island" G. R. 1 Photog. Club 2 Class Play 3 Com'l Club 4 l-M Basketball 4 Enolian Staff 4 PAGE EIGHTEEN GLADYS MAE LAVERTY Date of Birth: November 21, 1923 Course: Commercial Nickname: "Gladys" Favorite Song: "Sometime" H. R. Sec. 1, 2 G. R. 1, 2, 3, 4: Sec. 1, 2, 3: Pres. 4 Dramatic Club 2, 3: Pres. 2 Usher at Class Day and Com- mencement 3 Banquet Com. 3 Usher, Class Play 3, 4 Class Sec. 3, 4 Class Play 3, 4 Art Club 4: Sec. Com'l Club 4: Assis. Mgr. Enolian Staff 4: Club Ed. G. R. Play 4 J Enwnn CHARLES LEN'rz Date of Birth: january 4, 1924 Course: Commercial Nickname: "Ed" Favorite Song: "Sugar Blues" R. C. Council 1, 2 Orch. 1, 2 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 BETTY JANE LUTZ Date of Birth: August 4, 1923 Course: General Nickname: "Lutzie" Favorite Song: "Moonlight and Roses" G. R. 1, 2, 4 R. C. Council 1, 2, 3, 4 BEATRICE ALICE MARTIN Date of Birth: july 6, 1923 Course: General Nickname: "Betty" Favorite Song: "High On A Windy Hill" G. R. 1, 2, 3, 4: Treas. 4 Home Ec. Club 2, 3: V.-Pres. ANNA MAE MA11zoL1-' Date of Birth: january 22, 1923 Course: Commercial Nickname: "Annie" Favorite Song: "We've Con1e A Long Way Together" R. C. Council 1 Chorus Club 2 H. R. Pres. 2 Pres. 4 3 . Operetta 2, 3 Operetta 2 G' R' may 4' 'lgypmg 2 Arr Club 2, 3 Phowg. Club 2 la'U'e U 3 Class Treas. 3 Home Ee. Club 31 Pres. C ass, Pal' 3 Dramatic Club 3 Usher, Class Play 3 Coml Hb 4 Class Play 3, 4 Usher at Commencement 3 H. P. 3, 4 Rep. to Nat. R. C. Conv., Spectator Staff 4 Washington, D. C. 3 Enolian Staff 4: Art Ed. W. S. R. C. C. 3, 4 Libr. 4 Class Play 4 Libr. Club 4 Art Club 4 W. S. L. C. A. 4 Enolian Staff 4Q Sr. Class Ed. CAROLYN ELIZABETH MA1u.1N G11ovE11 MILLER ROSETTA jovcr-: MUCKLE WALLACE ROBERT MYERS McCoMns Date of Birth: February 17, 1923 Course: General Nickname: "Sis" Favorite Song: "So You'1'e The One" Ring Com. 3 Class Play 3, 4 Com'l Club 4 Date of Birth: January 16, 1923 Course: General Nickname: "Wimp" Favorite Song: "I Hear A Rhapsody" Date of Birth: March 18, 1922 Course: Commercial Nickname: "Toots" Favorite Song: "Let's Dream This One Out" Football 2, 3, 41 Co-Capt. 4 G. R. 2 Varsity Club 2, 3, 4 S. P. 3 H. P. 3 Class Play 3, 4 Track 4 Intra-Mural Track 3 H. R. V. Pres. 4 Typing Club 2 Nature Club 3 Usher, Class Play 3, 4 Com'l Club 4 Libr. 4 Libr. Club 4 Date of Birth: April 30, 1923 Course: Commercial Nickname: "Bob" Favorite Song: "Cherokee" Band 1, 2 Shop Club 2 Aviation Club 3 PAGE NINETEEN PAUL R1cHARn NEIDIG Date of Birth: December 3, 1922 Course: General Nickname: "Fagan" Favorite Song: "Hot Pretzels" Art Club 2 Varsity Club 3 IAM Basketball 3, 4 Football 3, 4 Stage Mgr. 3, 4 I-M Track 3,' 4 G. R. Play 4 WILLIAM HENRY NEUMYER, JR. Date of Birth: September 4, 1923 Course: General Nickname: "Bill Favorite Song: "Missouri Waltz Hi-Y 1, 2 Operetta 1, 3 Shop Club 2, 3 Art Club 3 Ch. Play Com. 3 Class Play 3, 4 .1 n PAULINE MARGARET PETERS Date of Birth: April 23, 1923 Course: Commercial Nickname: "Pete" Favorite Song: "Because of You" Chorus Club 2, 3 Usher at Class Day and Com- mencement 3 H. R. Treas. 3 Usher, Class Play 3, 4 Libr. 4 Libr. Club 4: V.-Pres. DOROTHY WINIFRED PLANTZ Date of Birth: April 2, 1924 Course: General Nickname: "Dot" Favorite Song: "Beautiful Dreamer" Music Club 1 G. R. 1, 2, 3, 4 Dramatic Club 2, 3 Usher, Class Play 3, 4 G. R. Play 4 ELIZABETH LENA SGRIGNOLI Date of Birth: September 3, 1923 Course: Commercial Nickname: "Lizzie" Favorite Song: "WVith The Twist of The Wrist" Chorus Club 2 Gym Club 3 Usher at Class Day 3 Usher, Class Play 3, 4 Com'l Club 4 G. R. Play 4 W. S. L. C. A. 4 H. P. 4 Enolian Staff 4: Assoc. Ed. S. Council 41 V.-Pres. Co1n'l Club 41 Sec. Cheerleader 4 CHARLES ELDER SHEETZ ARLENE MINORA S1-1uL'rz Date of Birth: Date of Birth: February 20, 1923 january 16, 1924 Course: Commercial Course: Commercial Nickname: "Soc" Favorite Song: "Ida" Varsity Club 3 I-M Track 3 Class Play 3 Football 3, 4 Baseball 3, 4 Nickname: "Arlene" Favorite Song: "Too Tired" Photog. Club 2 Home Ec. Club 31 Treas. Usher at Commencement 3 Usher, Class Play 3, 4 Com'l Club 4 PAGE TWENTY I FRANKLIN EUGENE SHUMBERGER Date of Birth: April 12, 1923 Course: Commercial Nickname "Frank" Favorite Song: "You Walk By" H. R. Treas. 1, 4 R.C.Council 2.34: Treas. 3,4 Art Club 2, 3, 42 Treas. 3, 4 Rep. to Nat. R. C. Conv., Washington, D. C. 3 Usher at Class Day and Com- mencement 3 Enolian Stalf 45 Assoc. Ed. Com'l Club 41 Mgr. W. S. R. C. C. 4: Treas. Color Guard 4 Libr. Club 4 Class Play 3, 4 G. R. Play 4 Operetta 3 W. S. L. C. A. 4 Usher, Band Concert 4 S. Council 2 , - , 3.53. ..,j!14:..f'Qf GEORGE ABRAHAM MARCELLA ELIZABETH Aumusv LORRAINE ULSH KATHRYN LEE WACHTMAN SHUMBERGER, TYRRELL Date of Birth: Date of Birth: DW? of BWUU Date of Birth: March 26. 1924 June 3- 1923 . April 12, 1923 October 7, ,923 Course, General Course: Commercial Course: Commercial Course, Commercial , ' U H Nickname: "Kitty" Nickname: "Shum" , ' M H Nfcknamef Audfel' Favorite Song: Favorite Son : Nwknamef Kug Favorite Song: "Evening Star" "Blueberry Hifi" Favorite Song: "There'll Be Some Changes Spectator Staff 1, 2, 4 "I Dream of Jeanie WVith Made" P. S. P. A. 2 W. S. S. C. A. 2 Art Club 2, 3, 4 l-M Basketball Mgr. 3 Usher at Class Day and Com- The Light Brown Hair" Spectator Stalf 2, Humor Ed. Photog. Club 2 Art Club 4: Sec. H. R. Pres. 2 Chorus Club 2 G. R. 2, 3, 4: Treas. 3 Dramatic Club H. R. Sec. 2, 3, 4 Usher, Class Play 3 Usher at Class Day 3 Class Play 3, 4 3 mencemem 3 Enolian Staff 4 Operetta 3 Aff Qlub 31 4 Com'l Club 42 Treas. Class Play 4 R' C. Council 3 Enollan Staff 4: Class Ed. Ch. Prom Com. 4 Conf' Club 4 Class play 3, 4 Cheerleader 4 W. S. L. C. A. 4 Libr- 4 G. R. play 4 Ch. Play Com. 4 Usher, Band Concert 4 Corn'l Club 4 Com'l Club 4 G. R. Play 4 Color Guard 4 Usher, Band Concert 4 Libr. Club 4 Class Play 3, 4 Operetta 3 Libr. Club 4 Operetta 3 Enolian Staff 4 Libr. 4 W. S. L. C. A. 4 Seniors SHERWOOD Enwfum WAGNER Date of Birth: june 5, 1921 Course: General Nickname: "Wag" Favorite Song: "I'n1 Nobody's Baby" Nature Club 2 Baseball 2, 3, 4 I-M Basketball 2, 3, 4 Varsity Club 3 s. P. 5 H. P. 4 Ga FRANCES KATHERINE WALTERS Date of Birth: january 10, 1923- Course: General Nickname "Dempsey" Favorite Song: "Song of India" Operetta 1, 2, 3 Spectator Staff 1, 3, 4 Photog. Club 2 Music Club 2, 3 I-M Basketball 2, 3, 4 Class Play 3 Usher, Class Play 3 Usher at Class Day 3 S. Council 3 Banquet Com. 3 Ring Com. 3 Libr. 4 Libr. Club 4 W. S. L. C. A. 4 MA1u.1N CLARENCE WA1.'rns Date of Birth: August 2, 1923 Course: General Nickname: "Spatsy" Favorite Song: "So You're The One" Orch. 1, 2, 3 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Gym Club 2 I-M Basketball 2, 3, 4 Dramatic Cl11b 3 Class Play 4 H. P. 4 Russnu. FRANKLHN WEl,SH, ja. Date of Birth: June 17, 1923 Course: General Nickname: "jack" Favorite Song: "Star Dust" Hi-Y 1 Class V.-Pres. 1. 2. 4 H. R. Pres. 1. 2. 3. 4 Spectator Staff 1. 2. 3. 4: Ed.- in-Chief 3. 4 Art Club 2. 3. 4: Pres. 4 Ch. Banquet Com. 3 Usher at Class Day and Com- mencement 3 E. W. S. P. A. 3. 4: Pres. 4 Enolian Staff 4: Ed.-ln-Chief H. P. 4 Llbr.'Club 4: Pres. Llbr. 3. 4 W. S. L. C. A. 4 P. S. P. A. 3 Photog. Club 2 G. R. Play 4 Cheerleader 4 Prom Com. 4 Color Guard 4 Operetta 2. 3 Class Play 3. 4 S. Council 4Dramatic Club 3 PAGE TWENTY -ONE Joi-1N ORX'll.LE W1-11TcoMn CHARLES LANDIS WILLIAMS VERNA IRENE WISEGARVER JUNE EDNA WONDERGEM Date of Birth: Date of Birth: Date 0f Biffhf Date of Birth: january 9, 1923 March 5, 1924 DCCCIIIDCI' 20, 1923 june 27, 1923 Course: General Course: General NgZZZ5eLFfQ,gga,, Course: General Nickname: "jiggs" Nickname: "Landy" Fauogtg Song. Nickname: "Wintergreen' N Favafiie Song-' U Favorite Song: "Cherokee" l Favorite Song: Sh SoClYoJu re The One --Sleep-1 Music Club 2 1-Goodbye Nowv I-Isfpnasietgills S. Council 2 Basketball 2, 3. 4: C0-CHPL 4 Music Club 2 sta e M 3' 4 Nature Club 2 Usher at Class Day and COIH' Dramatic Club 3 5 gf' 4 1-M Basketball 2, 3 mencemenr 3 Spectator Staff 3 Operetta 3 UShCf. Class Play 3 Usher at Commencement 3 Shop Club 3 Banquet Com- 3 I-M Basketball 3, 4 Class Play 3 BH9kCIb21ll QUCCI1 Contest 3, Usher, Class Play 3, 4 R. C. Council 4 4 Enolian Staff 4 Basketball 4 I-M Basketball Coach 3, 4 Libr, 4 Usher, Band Concert 4 Libr, Club 4 Libr. 4 W. S. L. C. A. 4, W, S, L, C, A, 4 Operetta 3 Enolian Stalf 4 Gym Club 3 Cheerleader 4 Libr. Club 4Class Play 3, 4 Seniors MAnL1N WRlGl1TSTONE Date of Birth: December 31, 1922 Course: Commercial Nickname: "Molly" Favorite Song: "Hot Pretzels" I-M Track 3 Varsity Club 3 Operetta 3 Baseball 3, 4 Football 3, 4 Basketball 3, 4 Track 4 -17 J mtv PAGE TWENTY -TWO Senior Hsfory In the fall of the year 1937, September to be exact, there entered into the Senior High School of Enola, a class of neophytes, destined to put things in a general up-roar, faculty as well as fellow class-mates. We, the class of 1941, can truthfully say in many instances that we have achieved our goal. Out of the ninety-six Freshmen students, sixty have hurdled the obstacles placed before them, and have come out on top. In june, 1941, these sixty students will receive their long awaited diplomas. In our second year, our leaders were Spurgeon Gohn, president: Russell Welsh, vice-president, Helen Bohn, secretary, and Richard Bressler, treas- urer. Numerous dances and parties were held during the year with john Paul and john Yurgel acting as advisors. As an extremely active junior class, our list of successful events is quite impressive: the class play, "Going On Seventeen", and the annual junior- Senior Banquet which was held at the Hershey Country Club, May 18, several dances, and two skating parties. Our class oflicers for the year included Kenneth Moore, president, Spurgeon Gohn, vice-president, Gladys Laverty, secretary, Edward Lentz, treasurer, Betty Hivner, historian, with Richard Rosenberry and john Paul serving as our advisors. At the first meeting of the Senior class the officers were elected for the year. The presentation of the Senior Class Play, "Hot Water Henry", and the publication of the ENOLIAN were the activities which drew the atten- tion of the class. During the year we also held two dances and three skating parties. PAGE TWENTY-THREE Senior Whois Who Most to be Admired ..... Most Dependable ........ Most Studious . . . . . .. lllost Talented .... .... Most Beneficial .. . .... Most Musical ........... Most Likely to Succeed Most Dramatic .......... Most Artistic Most Popular .... .... Most Dignihed ... .... Best Looking .. .. . . Best Dancer . . . . . . . Best Mannered .... . Best Dispositioned .... Best Dressed ...... . Best Athlete ......... Better Late Than Never Class Critic .......... Most Talkative .... . Most Bashful ..... . Most Conceited . Wittiest ....... . Tallest . . . . Shortest ............. Class Flapper fGirlj . . . Class Sheik fBoyj .... PAGE TWENTY-FOUR GIRL Gladys Laverty . . . Pauline Peters .... ..... Verna Wisegarver . . . . . . Dorothy Campbell Betty Lutz ......... . . . Dorothy Campbell ....... Dorothy Campbell Gladys Laverty .......... Gladys Laverty .... . . . Betty Hoffman .... ..... Annabell Deibler ........ Gladys Laverty .... ..... Betty Hoffman .... ..... Betty Lutz .............. Elizabeth Sgrignoli Dorothy Campbell ....... Verna Wisegarver . . . . . . Connie Helson .......... Kathryn Wachtman Rosie Crescenzi .... ..... Irene Beam ..... Audrey Holmes . . . . . . Betty Arndt . . . Arleen Givler . . . Edith Blust ....... ..... Marcella Tyrrell Boy Charles Bloser Russell Welsh Franklin Shumberger Russell Welsh Russell Welsh Edward Lentz Russell Welsh William Neumyer Edward Lentz Charles Bloser Russell Welsh Charles Bloser Charles Bloser Russell Welsh Paul Neidig Charles Bloser Marlin Wrightstone Russell Welsh Russell Welsh George Arnold Harold Fake Edward Lentz Paul Neidig Landis Williams William Neumyer Charles Sheetz Senior Class Play I I Left to right: Seated, Russell W'elsh, Dorothy Campbell, George Shumherger, Mar- cella Tyrrell, Edward Lentz. Carolyn McComlIs, AIIdrey Ulsh, Betty Arndt, and George Arnold. Standing, john Paul, Director, Kathryn Wachtman, Verna Wisegarver, Anna Mac GaI'I'ericlI, George Givler. Rosie Crescenri, MarliII Miller, Charles Bloser, Gladys Laverty, Marlin Walters, Franklin Shumberger, Oscar Ballew, William Neurnyer, Esther Riegel, Directress, 211111 Betty Lutz. THURSDAY CAs'r Betty Arndt Marcella Tyrrell William Neumyer Gladys Laverty Charles Bloser Franklin Shumberger Audrey Ulsh Marlin Miller Verna Wisegarver George Arnold Kathryn Wachtman George Givler T0 CHARACTER junv lWARTIN Iiftlvr known as "The Worm" MRS. MARTIN A devoted mother HENRY M.:XRTIN fl 16-year-old woman hater PAT NIARTINI Hl'7ITy,S older xister LESTER PRICE PrIt's hanfeg a soda jerker SPIKE IEUNCAN Friend of Hemjy SHIRLEY REED A Iillle lady with a big will MR. SMITH An old friend of Mrs. Martin BE'rsY SMITH otiII', tootin' daughter of the West fLRANDl'A MARTIN On the father's side SUE DUNCAN Spike's sister POLICE OFFICER The touIn's finest FRIDAY CAs1 Betty Lutz DorotlIy Campbell Edward Lentz Betty Hoffman RIIssell Welsh Franklin Shumberger Carolyn McConIlIs George Shumherger Anna Mae Garverich MarliII Walters Rosie Crescenzi George Givler PAGE TWENTY-FIVE Senior Class Will We, the Senior Class of 1941, being in sound mind and body, do hereby will and bequeath the following: BETTY ARNDT wills her ability to miss school to SARAH MAE WARFEL. OSCAR BALLEXV gives his ability to sing, who said Singing, to ANNA MAE KEELEY. GEORGE ARNOLD wills his ability to talk to RUTH MILLIKEN. BEN BEANE wills his ability to withstand senior charm to JOE WACHTMAN. CHARLES BLosER wills his dancing ability to ROBERT VOGELSONG. BERTHA BLUST gladly gives her arguing ability to MARIE MATHIAS. EDITH BLUST wills her list of escorts to EDITH PROCASCO. DICK BRESSLER gives his musical ability to MARY SHAVER. BETTY BRUAw wills her ability to roller skate to JOHN KLING. ROSIE CRESCENZI wills her pep to EARL SPENCE. ANNABELL DEIBLER wills her dignity to DONALD YFHOMPSON. MIRIIE DI ROBERTO wills her red hair to enhance MARX' READY'S black curls. MARY JANE DUNN wills her positions on the Spectator and ENOLIAN staffs to MARIAN BOHN. HAROLD FAKE gladly gives his hashfulness to ARLENE MCDONALD. .ANNA MAE GARVERICH wills her tears to PAUL PEFFER. ARLEEN GIVLER wills her height to DORIS HUMER. GEORGE GIVLER wills his cooperative ability to JOE WOLPERT. SIIURGEON GOHN wills his haircut to TED FEISTER. CONNIE HELSON wills her tardiness to PEARL MORROW. BETTY HIVNER wills her loyalty to FRANCES MILLER. BETTY HOFFMAN gives her natural curls to SARAH ZIES. WILLARD HOFFMAN wills his charming blue eyes to CLETUS MILLER. BETTY MARTIN wills her ability to soend monev to PATRICIA YVRIGHT. ANNA MAE MARZOLF wills her pugilistic ability to WINIERED MOLONEY. CAROLYN MCCOMBS wills her new engagement ring to MARIAN DUNN. MARLIN MILLER wills his studiousness to NILES JACOBS. ROBERT MYERS wills his ability to smile to BERNICE BOOSE. ROSI-:TTA MUCKI.E wills her quietness to JOE HUMMEL. PAUL NEIDIG gives his sense of humor to CHARLES LAVERTY. AUDREY HOLMES wills her long hair to MARIAN GERHART. WILLIAM KNABY wills his mathematical ability to NEVIN KECKLER. JANET KOHR wills her disposition to DAVID KEL1 ER. MARY KROH gives her singing ability to LOUELLA PIERCE. GLADYS LAVERTY wills her baby lingo to BETTY ROCK. EDWARD LENTZ wills his ability to skip classes to ETHEL LIBHART. BETTY LUTZ wills her manners to PAUL MILLER. WVILLIAM NEUMYER wills his conceit to OPAL MURLATT. PAULINE PETERS gives her dependability to LEAH FEISTER. DOROTHY PLANTZ wills her singing ability to NANCY FORDNEY. ELIZABETH SGRIGNOLI wills her good disposition to MARIE SCHLEICHER. CHARLES SHEETZ gives his curly hair to JAMES SEEGER. MARCELLA TYRRELL wills her ability to get along with Freshmen boys to CAROLYN GRADEN. The SHUMBERGER twins will their natural wavy hair to MARTHA JANE PHILLIPS. KATHRYN WACHTMAN wills her critical ability to PAUL FLURIE. AUDREY ULSH gives her giggle to LOUISE PRIAR. FRANCES WALTERS wills the upper hall to ANDY GERHAR1' and to anyone else who wants to share it. RUSSELL WELSH wills his positions in various activities to BURTON WIsMAN, MARION BOWERS, NELSON BOYER. BETTY GIBNEY, LOIS Hl.lLL and JENNIE CRUXILIC. SHERWOOD WAGNER wills his corny jokes to GEORGE BEAM. ARLENE SHULTZ wills her country home to JOHN KEISTER, BLANCHE YOUNG, and MARY YOHE. IUARLIN WALTERS wills his musical ability to JEAN WILT. LOUISE HULL wills her Summerdale abode to GLADYS REED and DAVID PATTERSON. LANDIS WILLIAMS wills his height to CHARLES SMEIGH. ORYILLE WHITCOMB wills his car to RICHARD FOLTZ. DELPHINE HOFFMAN wills her pleasant personality to combine hers with GRACE BOHN'S and SYLVIA IRVIN'S. RUTH DARK wills her laughing eyes to VIRGINIK SPONSLER and DORIS KIRKPATRICK. JUNE WONDERGEM wills her quietness to BILL BRINER. VERNA WISEGARYER wills her athletic prowess to MARY P.-XTTERSON. BIARLIN WRIGHTSTONE wills his wavy hair to HENRY KINER. IRENE BEAM wills her bashfulness to JOSEPH LEITCHE. DOROTHY CAMPBELL wills her Hare for clothes to CATHRINE WITMER and CAROLYN DOwNEY. PAGE TWENTY-SIX Juniors 1 '1 Left to right: First row, Theodore Feister, Andrew Cerhart, Paul Flurie. Nevin Keckler, Nelson Boyer, Paul Miller, Josegh Leitche, John Kling, Paul Pelfer, Richard Foltz, Ben Beane. Second row, Mary S aver, Marie Schleicher, Mary Yohe, Virginia Sponsler, Pearl Morrow, Winifred MaloIIey, Doris Kirkpatrick, Carolyn Gf3dCll, Patricia NVright, Martha Phillips, Cathrine Witmer, JeaII Wilt, Louise Priar, Grace Bohn, Carolyn Downey, Betty Rock, Nancy Fordney, Mariiin Dunn, Frances Miller, Arlene McDonald, Doris Humer. Third row, Gladys Horning, Edith Procasco, Ruth Milliken, Sarah Mae Warfel, Louella Pierce, Mary Ready, Marion Bohn, Betty Gibney, Jennie Crumlic, Leah Feister, Marion Gerhart, Catherine Zies, Catherine Beck, Annabelle Benner, Ethel Libhart, Anna Mae Keeley, Marion Bowers, Marie Mathias, Sylvia Irvin, Mary Patterson, Bernice Boose, Gladys Reed, Lois Hull. Fourth row, Thomas McCann, Robert Vogelsong, David Keller, John Keister, Donald Thompson, Joseph Wachtman, Henry Kiner, Niles Jacobs, Cletus Miller, William Briner, Joseph Hummel, Burton Wvisman, Charles Smeigh, Joseph Hlolpert, Charles Laverty, A. Carl Huber. President: JEAN WILT Vice-President: THEODORE FEISTER Secretary: VIRGINIA SPONSLER Treasurer: PEARL MoRRow Historian: FRANCES MILLER Class Flower: GARDENIA Class Colors: MAROON AND WHITE Class Motto "TODAY WE FoLLow, TOMORROW WE LEAD" Advisors GLADYS HORNING A. CARL HUBER PAGE TWENTY-SEVEN funjor Class Play Left to right: Seated, Opal Murlatt, Virginia Sponsler, Grace Bohn, jean Wilt, Nancy Fordney, Betty Rock, Frances Miller, Marian Dunn, Lois Hull, Doris Humer, Arlene McDonald. Standing, Louise Priar, Joseph Wolpert, Marion Bohn, Carolyn Downey, Richard Foltz, Winifred Moloney, Niles Jacobs, Theodore Feister, Andrew Gerhart, William Briner, Donald Thompson, joseph Wachtman, joseph Hummel, Burton Wisman, Robert Vogelsong. THURSDAY CAST joseph Wolpert Carolyn Downey Richard Foltz Grace Bohn William Briner Marion Bohn Jean Wilt Theodore Feister joseph Wachtman Niles Jacobs Virginia Sponsler Winifred Moloney Marian Dunn Louise Priar PAGE rwn:NrY-EIGHT CHARACTER CLYDE HARKINS Boy from the wrong side of town SALLY SUMMERS The school belle MR. TORRANCE Faculty advisor Miss BEGGS Principal of the school STU ARNOLD Spoiled son of a wealthy family Miss CRANE Attractive secretary of Miss Beggs Miss FAIR Youthful, well-liked faculty member "Buzz" BENEDICT Popular president of the senior class HOSSIEH JARVIS Class valedictorian "Fish" POND Class wit "PUss" MILLIKAN The little senior with a lisp Rosie Sci-IMIDT Her only interest is "Ossie" MRs. ARNOLD Social leader of the town MRs. HARKINS Mother of Clyde FRIDAY CAST Joseph Hummel Frances Miller Andrew Gerhart Opal Murlatt Burton Wisman Nancy Fortney jean Wilt Robert Vogelsong Charles Laverty Donald Thompson Arlene McDonald Doris Humer Betty Rock Lois Hull Soph om ores Left to right: Front row, Ethel Coldren. Margie Comlort, Yvonne Baddorl, Phyllis Lenhart, Josephine Eslinger, jean Bickel, Hazel Bry'son, Betty Bechtel, Doris Brouse, Alwilda Caldwell, Vera Foltz, Doris Bartley. Second row, Stanford Bauglier, jane Downey. Shirley Coons, Phoebe Dallmyer, Gloria Blessing, Carmen Delbaugli, Catherine Davis, Mary Houser, Ann Kipp, Margaret Kling, Sarah Kerwin, Mary jane Hildebrandt, Betty Kline, Ruby Houser. Third row, Earl Fake, james Hallman, Russell Gross, Earl I-Ippley, Raymond Dallmyer, Leslie Kaulfman, Robert Beck, Donald Brownhill, Charles Buirch, Richard Beam, Mervin Allen, Elvin Foster, Robert Hepford. P'l'6Sl.d67ll.' CLARENCE WALTERS Vl.C6-P7'6SlIl6Ill.' Lewis EARLY Secretary: BETTY BECHTEL T7'6Ilti1LT87'.' YVONNE BADDORF I'1li.SfO7'lll7l.' ROBERT HEPFCDRD Left lo right: From row, Stiner Thompson, Donald Wagner, Russell Sourbeer, Allen Rohrbaugh. Michael Sgrignoli, james Stephens, Leo Wright, Carter Quigley. Second row, Eleanor Marzolf, Gloria lNlcCann, Mary Ellen Shrum, Nancy Slentz, Mary jane Reardon, Virginia Reidelbach, Peggy WVagner, Betty june Warfel, Madelyn lvalters, Doris Woodward, Peggy Rice, Esther Miller, Catherine Raymond. Third row, joyce Ulsh, Lois Smith, Evelyn Murray, Vera Pryor, Esther Musser, Leoda Long, Violet Meutzer, Helen lxlClllLCI', Bernice Shaeffer, Vivian YVentz, Norma Procasco, Marian Roth. Fourth row, james Muro, Russell Lyter, Richard Lowe, Clarence lValters, Hilton Schick, Paul Sgrignoli, Donald Withington, lrvin Slllnlllilllgll. . . PAGE TWENTY NINE Freshmen Left to right: First row, Richard Martin, George Cekovic, Vernon Frock, Warren Lautsbaugh, William Boyanowski, Foster Keniberling, Donald Kauffman, Nelson Hoacblander. Second row, Pauline Feister, Ruth Alexander, Doris Gibney, Vivien Gibney, Betty Crescenzi, Alice Duvall, Elinor Argenbright, Marie Deibler, Faye Bohn, Marie Bushey, Theon Gohn, Doris Derick, Betty Behrens. Third row, Naomi Gingrich, jean Foltz, Doris Kiner, Mary Ketrow, Helen Burd, Janice Dallmyer, Mary Fenicle, Betty Gates, Hilda Flurie, Betty Hershey, Doris Heckert, Faye Irwin, Edith Buck, Mary Skelly. Fourth row, Wilbur Fake, Charles Kerstetter, Robert Banks, Frank Foltz, Russel Barr, Paul Acri, jacob Laverty, Gilbert Derick, Robert Egan. President: ALBERT SCHINCK Vice-Presz'derzt: ROBERT BANKS Secretary: FRANK FoLTz Treasurer: RUSSELL SPONSLER Historian: SHIRLEY SEITZ Left to right: Front row, William Wright, Harry Poff, Donald Meyers, Ralph Stam- haugh, james Utley, DeWitt Smith, Robert Steigleman, John Maloney. Second row, Anna Walters, Dawn Ritter, Annie Sgrignoli, Opal Wondergem, Mary McCreary, Lily Mae Thompson, june Walsh, Evelyn Shoemaker, Elizabeth Shealfer, Shirley Seitz, Ruth Miller, Dolores O'Keefe. Third row, Dorothy Miller, Margaret Priest, Ruth Mulfair, Catherine Sourbeer, Carl YVentz, Russell Sponsler, David McAllister, Richard Young, Isabel Seiders, Eleanor Wild, Miriam Miller, Eleanor Miller, Esther Reigel. Fourth row, Wilmer Sheaffer, George Myers, Charles Swingler, Gilbert Snyder, Harry Rinehart, William McCartney, Harold Sierer, Milton Murray, Robert Moyer, Donald Ulsh, Albert Schink. PAGE THIRTY Left to right: Front row, Grace Ditmer, Mary Forney, Dolores Black, Arlene Gibson, Shirley Frymire, Ethel Baddorf, Betty Beam, Viola Di Roberta, Shirley Bressler, Carolyn Boyer, Dorothy Brubaker, Marian Brashear. Second row, Tirzah Bitner, Walter Boyer, Vernon Cosey, john Bushey, Paul Blust, john Gingrich, Everard Funt, Orion Brashear. Third row, Carl Bolze, Augustus Ditmer, Donald Adams, William Berger, VVilliam Fry, joseph Care, Ralpb Gates, Phillip Conklin, Benjamin Bard. Ifft to right: Front row, Janet McDonald, Marcia Mt'Gann, Norma Magaro, Goldie Kauffman, Rose Hazzard. Rosanna Kauff- man, Violet Motter, Ruth Kreiser, Bertha Lautsbangb, Dorothy Lyter, Alice Pierce. Second row, Anna Crunkleton, joanne Ken- dig, Fay Moore, Betty Lucas, joseph O'Keefe, Gale Plantz, jack McCann, Henry McCann, Eugene Hivner, Benjamin Keckler, Gilbert Givler, Pauline Laverty, jean Hummel, Sarah Graham. Third row, jack Priest, james Morrison, Fred Lee, Kenneth Luther, Charles Knaby, james Kipp, Grant Lee, Charles Miller, Van Priest, Clyde Kramer, Robert Hazzard, Dale Hildebrandt, Carol Hepford. Left to right: Front row, Betty jane Waggoner, Josephine Sgrignoli, Alveretta Reitz, Helen Steigleman, Kathryn Yobe, Romaine Wolaver, Margaret Whitcomb, Edith Shearer, Frances Rudy, Gloria Stelfy, Betty Quigley, Betty Stambaugh. Second row, Betty Putt, Mary Sgrignoli, Ellen Smith, Martha Shaffer, Hazel Sites, Carey Robinson, Melvin Seiders, lvilson Streigbtilf, Minnie Spence, Margaret Rowe, Mary Smeigh, Pauline Shultz, Louise Procasco. Third row, Robert Grainger, Gerald Watts, Earl YValters, William Twigg, Earl Wingard, George Snltzaberger, jay lvaggoner, jack Stuart, joseph Wolaver, Donald Smeigh, William Swartz, Harry Rudy, Albert Thompson. Ejgh fh Gro de Fr- PAGE THIRTY-ONE Seven th Grade Left to right: Front row, Elaine Argenbright, Shirley Barthel. Imogene Funt, Doris Coons, Betty Crouse, Pearl Bryson, Valera Burkholder, Winifred Franklin, Martha Forney, Doris Behrens, Emma Brashear. Second row, Donald Beam, Leon Deveny, Kathryn Bloser, Lois Boldosser, Ethel Foltz, Thelma Billow, Betty Brubaker, Lenus Fenicle, Kenneth Buckwalter, Galen Brouse. Third row, Richard Books, Dean Clark, Carl Fetterman, Robert Cosey, Marlin Boyer, Charles Brubaker, Gilbert Fry, Melvin Dunn, joseph Engle, Shillen Heim. Left to right: Front row, Verna Pierce, Mildred l-louser, Evelyn Hamelehle, Gloria Reingold, Frances Quigley, Emma Potteiger, Kathryn Hare, Dorothy Kling, Jeannette Herzog, Edith Schell, Ruth Poll. Second row, Winona Foltz, Gertrude Roddy, Helen Seiders. Bernice Miller, Mary Palmer, Betty Single, Louella Shaffer, Patricia Moloney, Geraldine Pierce, Dorothy Miller, Beatrice Paul. Third row, james Heck, Walter Hoffman, Donald Knaby, Marion Hutchinson, Samuel Gingrich, Walter Goust, john Kline, Richard Hoachlander, Neale Kroh. Left to right: Front row, Blanche Twigg, Shirley WValtman, Florence Steigleman, Freda Wevodau. Charles Maugle, Robert Swartz, Laverna Trout- man, jane Yocum, Lillian Taylor, Helen lVrigl1t- stone, Janice Nlehler. Second row. Edward 0'Keefe, Vernon Priar, David Sgrignoli, Daniel Peters, Kenneth Sourbeer, Kenneth Mundis, Ray- mond Orris, Wilbur Sweikert, james Sourbeer, Thomas McCreary, Charles Shaver, George Fry. Third row, Robert Stambaugh, Fred Williams. Charles Shank, Donald Roddy, Ernest Wood, Walter Wagner. Clinton Wolaver, Paul Liddick, Robert Wachtman, Ray Young. PAGE THIRTY-TWO QWW W5 W V M5 32 WW' Q, ,jf N 2 OX ff Qyfwl f En Olicm Staff Left to right: Seated, Gladys Laverty, Kathryn Wachtman, Betty Lutz, Franklin Shumberger, Pauline Peters, Russell Welsh, Betty Hivner, Mary Jane Dunn, Charles Bloser, Anna Mae Garverich. Second row, Esther Riegel, Mary Kroh, George Shum- berger, Dorothy Campbell, Beatrice Martin, Marcella Tyrrell, Edward Lentz, June Wondergem, Verna Wisegarver, George Arnold, George Givler, Dominica Di Roberto, Annabel! Deibler, Rosie Crescenzi, James Seegar, John Paul, Richard Rosenberry. Editor-in-Chief . . . Associate Editors .. Class Editor ........ Assistant Class Editor Senior Class Editor .......... EDITORIAL STAFF Assistant Senior Class Editors .. Sport Editor .......... Assistant Sport Editors Club Editor ........ Assistant Club Editor Faculty' Editor ...... Art Editor ............... Editorial Stag Advisors .. BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager .......................... . . . Advertising Manager ............. Assistants to Advertising Manager . . . Business Stag Advisor . . . PAGE TI-IIRTY-FOUR RUSSELL WELSH FRANKLIN SHUMBERGER BETTY HIVNER PAULINE PETERS KA1'HRYN WACHTMAN VERNA YVISEGARVER BETTY LUTZ GEORGE SHUMBERGER JUNE WONDERGEM DOROTHY CAMPBELL CHARLES BLOSER JAMES SEEGAR GEORGE GIVLER MARCELLA TYRRELL ANNA MAE GARVERIGH GLADYS LAVERTY MARY KROH BEATRICE MARTIN EDWARD LENTZ JOHN PAUL MARY SKELLY RICHARD ROSENBERRY MARY JANE DUNN ANNABELL DEIBLER GEORGE ARNOLD DOMINICA DI ROBERTO ROSIE CRESCENZI ESTHER RIEGEL Student Council Left to right: First row, Norma Magaro. Gloria Stelfy. Arleen Givler, Constance Helson, secretary, Charles Bloser, President, William Neumyer, Vice-President, Elizabeth Sheaifer, Treasurer, Russell Welsh, jean Wilt, William Briner. Second row, Ray Young. Carl Bolze, Donald Kauffman, Bernice Miller, Russell Barr, Clarence Walters, Vivien Wentz, Gloria Blessing, Imogene Funt, S. Gordon Rudy, Advisor. funjor Red Cross Council st Y I Left to right: Seated, joseph Hummel, George Givler, Landis Williams, Franklin Shumberger, treasurer, Betty Lutz, president, Pearl Morrow, secretary, Constance Helson. William Briner, joseph Wachtman, Doris Humer. Standing, Wilmer Shaffer, Esther Riegel, advisor, Raymond Orris, Gale Plantz, Annie Sgrignoli, Patricia Maloney, joseph Derrick, Russell Sponsler, .Iohn Bushey, Carter Quigley, Mary Ellen Shrum, Milton Murray, Gilbert Derick, Edith Shearer, Doris Kiner, Dolores Black, Marcia McGann, Alre Duvall, Tirzah Bitner, advisor, Leon Deveny, Harry Rudy, Lillian Taylor, Doris Be rens. PAGE THIR TY-FIVE Girl Reserves L, In ,. Seated left to right: Betty Lutz, Mary jane Dunn, Audrey Ulsh, Marian Dunn, Secretary, Gladys Laverty, President, Carolyn Downey, Vice-President, Dorothy Plantz, Saramae Warfel, Miss E. Reigel, Advisor. Standing, left to right, Betty Roe., Joyce Ulsh, Janice Dallmyer, .lane Downey, Shirley Coons, Vera Foltz, Mary jane Patterson, Ruth Milliken, Marie Mathias, Sylvia Irvin, Faye Irvin, Beatrice Martin, Treasurer, fabsentl. Hi-Y Seated left to right: james Morrison, Ray Young, Robert Beck, Donald Thompson, james Seegar, George Givler, Charles Buirch, Fred Williams, Mr. Paul. Standing, Donald Kauffman, james Sourbeer, joseph Wolaver, Donald Brownhill, Leslie Kauffman, Henry Kiner, joseph Wachtman, Walter Wagner, Clinton Wolaver, Melvin Seiders, Oscar Ballew, Eugene Hivner. PAGE THIRTY-SIX Varsify C1 Left to right: Front row, Niles jacohs, Ben Beane, Russell Lyter, joseph Wolpert, Lewis Early, and Paul Peffer. Second row, Robert Grainger, Charles Buirch, Marlin Miller, Spurgeon Gohn, Richard Lowe, George Givler, Charles Bloser and Donald Blessing. Comm ercjaf Club Lliaj Left to right: Front row, Dominica Di Roberto, Betty Hoffman, Mary Jane Dunn, janet Kohr, George Shumberger, Solomon Crumlic, Franklin Shumberger, Pauline Peters, Arleen Givler, Rosetta Muckle, Audrey Holmes. Second row, Connie Helson, Betty Bruaw, Ruth Darr, Dorothy Campbell, Marcella Tyrrell, Louise Hull, Irene Beam, Delphine Hoffman, S. Gordon Rudy. Third row, Kathryn Wachtman, Elizabeth Sgrignoli, Mary Kroh, Arlene Shultz, Anna Mae Marzolf, Carolyn McCombs, Rosie Crescenzi, Bertha Blust, Edith Blust. PAGE THIRTY-SEVEN Art Club Seated left to right: Kathryn Yvachtman, Cathrine Witmer, Miss E. Sterrett, Gladys Laverty, Secretary, Betty Lutz. Standing, Franklin Shnmberger, Treasurer, Russell Welsh, President, George Arnold, George Shumberger, Vice-President. Spectator Staff Seated left to right: Edward Book, Advertising Manager, Donald Brownhill, Edito- rial Page Editor, Gloria Blessing, Front Page Editor, Cathrine Witmer, Assistant Editor, Mary Jane Dunn, Business Manager, William Briner, Sports Page Editor, Joseph Hum- mel, Back Page Editor. Standing, Kathryn Wachtman, Josephine Eslinger, Reporters, George Arnold, Exchange Editor, Russell Welsh, Editor-in-Chief. PAGE THIRTY-EIGHT Cheer Leaders QJ Left Io riglzl: Rosie Crescenzi, Captain, Mzxrizm Bohn, George Arnold. Russell XVelsh, Connie Helson, :incl BClIy Arndl. Hall PQ fro! Left to right: Front row, YVill:1rd Hoffman, George Givler, Charles Bloser, Ben Beane, and Edward Lenu. Second row., joseph NVolperl, Sherwood Wagner, Paul lflurie, joseph Leilche, Harold Fake, and Mr. S. Gordon Rudy. 'Third l'0W, vvllllillll Neumcyer, Theodore Fcisler, Andrew Gerharl, Russell Welsh, and Oscar Bnllew. PAGE THIRTY-NINE Band l I Left to right: Kneeling, Russell lVelsh, Connie Helson, Marian Bohn, Betty Arndt, Rosie Crescemi. Second row, Walter Wagner, Franklin Shumberger, josephine Eslinger, Arlene McDonald, Kathryn Xlfachtman, Nancy Fortney, Lois Book, Verna Wisegarver, Annabell Deibler, Cathrine Nvilmer, George Shumberger, George Arnold. Third row, Louis Downs, Betty Hoffman, Elizabeth Sheaffer, Mervin Allen, Shirley Coons, Gale Plantz. Fourth row, Robert Moyer, Robert Banks, Edward Heckert, Opal Murlatt, James Morrison, Carl Fetternlan. Fifth row, Charles Shank, Marlin lvalters, Ethel Libhart, Evelyn Murray, Frances Miller, Max McCombs. Sixth row, Robert Vogelsong, Milton Murray, Grant Lee, Earl Spence, Richard Bressler, Oscar Ballew. Color Guard Left to right: Russell XVelsh, YValter YVagner, Franklin Shum- berger, George Shumherger and George Arnold. PAGE FORTY 9 X omg PRE53 f B45 A 1 X' d f :M ill W2 w J 5- ' - -ff N :TN QE EES X Q 0 5 W W if , Foot Boll First row: Left to right, Ray Young, Manager, Willard Hoffman, David Shellen- berger, Marlin Wrightstone, Charles Sheetz, Marlin Miller, Co-Captain, Spurgeon Gohn, Co-Captain, Paul Neidig, Hilton Schink, Paul Peffer, Wayne Miller, Harold Fake, Charles Bloser, and David Patterson, Manager. Second row, Robert Grainger, Coach, George Givler, Manager, Yvilliam Walker, joseph Wolpert, Paul Acri, Ben Beane, Richard Foltz, Lewis Early, Clarence Walters, Henry Kiner, Russell Lyter, jack Ready, Richard Lindsay, Charles Buirch, Manager and George Fry, Assistant Coach. Third row, Albert Schink, Milton Murray, Niles Jacob, Leslie Kauffman, Andrew Gerhart, Richard Lowe, Donald lvithington, Russel Sponsler, Russel Barr, Donald Wagner, and Donald Kauffman. FOOTBALL SEASON The "Panthers," although handicapped by injuries and the lack of football candidates, enjoyed a favorable season, winning two, tying two, and losing five of their gridiron contests. After the Orange and Black had been successful in two of their first four grid battles, they met the strong New Cumberland eleven in the Panthers' den. The Tigers, who were highly favored, found for the first time of the season that their goal line had been crossed. Despite the Panthers' lead for three quarters, the fourth quarter marked defeat for Enola. The next week the Panthers journeyed up the river to meet the Millersburg eleven. Throughout the first three quarters the Indians displayed a powerful of- fensive game leading the invaders by a score of seven to nothing, however, the fourth quarter found Enola scoring in the final minutes of the game to tie the score 7 to 7. The following and last three games of the season gave Enola one tie and two defeats. Enola Opponent Opp't 14 Catholic High 2 o West York I3 7 Biglerville 23 2l Susquehanna Twp. 0 7 New Cumberland 25 7 Millersburg 7 5 Williamsburg 6 0 Lemoyne I3 7 Camp Hill 12 PAGE FORTY-TWO Boys' Basket Boll , Q 1,1 K, fa' I Left to right: First row, Earl Keim, YVillard Hoilman, David Shellenberger, Marlin xVI'lghlSI0llC, Theodore Fcister. Second row, Joseph Mfolperl, Landis Williams, Lewis Early, Richard Foltz, Robert Grainger, Coach. Being completely overwhelmed, the Enola cagemen embarked on an llllSllC- cessful season. This, however, was IIOI Clllf? to the playing ability of the team, b11t because of the powerful competition. The defeats were 11ot as disastrous to the team as tl1e loss through graduation of many players a11d we hope they will not repeat next year their streak of few victories. Tl1e scores were as follows: Enola Team Opponents Enola Team Upponwits 22 ..,.. .. Alumni ..., .......... 3 0 38 .... .. Marysville ,.. ...... ... 16 lg Marysville 27 16 ..... Biglerville ., 22 2l .. . .. Central Penn .. ... 24 I7 ... .. New Cumberland .. . .. 28 ll ... ,.. Middletown ... ... 26 I5 ... ... Boiling Springs .. .. I7 16 .. . ...... Lemoyne ...... ... 34 I0 ... ..... Lemoyne ,.,. .. 18 I2 ... ... New Cumberland .... . . . 33 25 ... ...... Newville ..... ., 19 I5 ... ....... Swatara ....... ... 33 20 ... ... Boiling Springs .. .. 27 27 Middletown ...34 22... Swatara .. 38 20 Camp Hill .. 34 I9 .. Camp Hill .. 38 ll ... .... Newville .... ... I5 9 ... .. Biglerville ... .. 27 28 ... .. Susquehanna .. ... I9 PAGE FORTY-THREE Girls' Basket Ball Left to right: First Anna Mae Garverich, co- Mary Ketrow, Anna Mae coach. Third row, Doris manager, Betty Hoffman row, Opal Murlatt, Betty NVarfel, Verna Wisgarver, co-captain, captain, Lois Book, Frances Miller. Second row, Betty Bruaw, Keeley, Jean Wilt, Nancy Fordney, Connie Helson, George Fry, Hlllllef, Louise Priar, Louella Pierce, Sara Mae Yvarfel, assistant , manager, Doris Kiner, Carolyn Downey, Mary Shaver. The girls' basketball team climaxed a higl1ly successful season by capturing the two trophies awarded for second place in the YVest Shore and Twin County Leagues. These are the first trophies the girls have won in eleven years. By giving Swatara its first defeat in two years the girls proved their merit to the Twin County League which they have just entered. Through graduation the team will lose two varsity players, Verna WVisgarver and Anna Mae Garverich. The team owes much to Mr. Fry, its coach, for his patience and fine coopera- tion with it. Enola Team Opponents Enola Team Opponents 16 ..... . ,. Middletown .. ......... ll 13 ..... ... Boiling Springs ..... ... . . . 37 37... .. Lemoyne .... I3 28... .... Lemoyne 6 I5 . . . ...,. Swatara .... .... 2 8 24 ... ... Boiling Springs ... 45 15 ... .. Middletown . .... 28 21 ... ..... Swatara ... . .. ... 20 18... Camp Hill .. .. I4 37... Camp Hill .. ...23 13 .,. . .. Biglerville .. .. I4 17 . .. .. Biglerville .. ... 14 PAGE FORTY-FOUR .xx Baseball Left to right: Kneeling, Donald Wagner, Allan Rohrbailgh, joseph Wolpert Charles Sheetz, Willard Hoffman, Marlin Wrightstone, Harold Fake, jack Ready, Alvm Foster Gilbert Snyder. Second Row, Robert Grainger, Coach, Wilbur Fake, Donald Roth Clarence Walters, Sherwood Wagner, Wlilliam Knaby, Lewis Early, Richard Foltz Paul Acri, Carter Quigley, Leo Wright, james Muro. Coach Grainger with a favorable team hopes to have a more successful season than the Panther's have had in the last few years. The orange and black has a powerful defensive team aided by a fine group of pitchersg however they have been unable to supply the necessary hitting to support their defensive playing April April April April April April May May May May May 8 15 18 22 25 29 2 6 9 13 16 1941 SCHEDULE Susquehanna Township New Cumberland Lemoyne Mechanicsburg Boiling Springs Camp Hill New Cumberland Lemoyne Mechanicsburg Boiling Springs Camp Hill Non-League Game. Home Away Home Away Home Away Home Away Home Away Home Tuesday Tuesday Friday Tuesday Friday Tuesday Friday Tuesday Friday Tuesday Friday PAGE FORTY FIVE Track Left to right: Front Row, Edward Book. Paul Peffer, Ben Beane, Russel Lytcr, joseph Hummel, Second Row, Marlin Miller, Donald Ulsh, Russell Sponsler, Donald Brown- hill, joseph lVachtman, Harry Poff, joseph Derick, George E. Fry, Coach. Coach Fry encouraged by the return of many veterans from last years team, hopes to display a more successful season than the cinder runners have seen in recent years. The panthers have already displayed their strength by defeating the Lemoyne trackmen. This was the first time in the history of Enola High School that they were successful in defeating the Lemoyne team. SUSQUEHANNA lVllDDLETOWN SHIPPENSBURG INV. LEMOYNE C. H.-M. 'FOWN-ENOLA BIGLERVILLE LEMOYNE INV. HBG. ACADEIXIY INV. DisT. 3-P. I. A. A. PAGE FORTY-SIX HARRISBURG SCHOOL OF BEAUTY CULTURE 26 NORTH 'THIRD STREET HARRISBURG, PA. Oldest established beauty school in central Pennsylvania DORA FICKES GEIGER Principal Phone 5723 C. Ross BoAs jeweler HARRISBURG Congratulations and best wishes to the Class of 1941 Modern courses, up-to-date equipment, pleasing environment, and competent instructors have es- tablished the recognized Thompson standard. KGHOMPSON OLLEGE l2l Market Street, Harrisburg, Pa. Telephone 4-0258 205 South George Street, York, Pa. Telephone 2715 J. W. RIEGEL'S BARBER SHOP Juniata Street Enola, Penna S. O. ERFORD Vvhy not graduate to the best in Lubrication at HAP LEBO'S ATLANTIC SERVICE Between the Bridges WORMLEYSBURG, PA., W. M. SHEAFFER Hardware Lemoyne, Pa. Phone 3-2006 .KHDIOOEI join Your Friends At "CENTRAL PENN" Thorough Courses Modern Equipment Competent Teachers Central Penna. Business College 323 Market Street Harrisburg Pennsylvania fApproved by The State Committee on Business School Standardsj Compliments of ENOLA CUT RATE GEORGE W. MYERS Refreshments Gas SCHOOL PHOTOS A Why be satisfied with your school photos in ordinary folders when you can have them in those glass photo cases at the same price. Ask the Enola students who had them made at our studio. E- Brownls 412 Market NEIGHBORHOOD CAFE BERTHA MYERS "A Good Place for Friends to Meet Friends" 406 Harris St. Harrisburg, Pa In News ISI In Circulation In Advertising and first in all things worthwhile THE PATRIOT AND THE EVENING NEWS Harrisburgk Best Newspaper CONGRATULATIONS To The GRADUATING CLASS OF '41 J. W. CAMPBELL General Mechandise SOUTH ENOLA, PA. PEQPLES BANK Bw-Wishes OF ENOLA From MEMBER OF FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE c:oRPoRA'1'1oN lhe more Dependable Compliments of HAROLD E. oRR1s BLAIRS CAFE Corner of Dauphin Sc Enola Rd Groceries - - Gas Enola, Pa. COMPLIMENTS BLOSERS of HARMS GARAGE Leading Jewelers Since 1889 Compliments LIPPMAN'S of UNGERS 3 NI 'k S HARRISBURG PA PEALERS FLOWER SHOP Camp Hill Phone 20805 G. N. TAWNEY BEST FOR THE LEAST MONEY MEET YOUR FRIENDS AT THE LEMOYNE DINER Booth Servic Op 4 h Compliments of H., H. CLARK The Live Stove "Always Reliable" Guaranteed Merchandise Clothing-Hats-Furnishings-Shoes Harrisburg Penna. JOHN G. HEPFORD Printer Summerdale, Pa. RAKESTRAW'S Dairy Products HAL'S SUNOCO SERVICE C0mP1imen'S Phone 3 A to Z Lubrication Washing-Tires and Batteries Free Call For and Delivery -9226 Wormleysb Ill' g, Pa. H. S. MILLER Florist Cut Flowers of WEST FAIRVIEW SERVICE STATION Diamonds Repairing JAMES P. SOWERS Ieweler Phone 3-8023 1431 Derry Street Harrisburg, Pa. School Jaya .... They cement many lasting friendships. Soon you and your classmates will take different roads, and it may be years before some of you meet again. School days do not last forever-and when they are past, memories are kept warm by the photographs of friends and pals of the classroom and campus. Your chums should have a "personality portraitl' of you, and you will prize one of theirs in return. In a year or so, you will be glad you took this means of keeping alive the memories of your school days. And the home folks will always cherish a portrait of "the turning point" in your life. This studio is the headquarters for the best photographic work and the doors are open to the students of Enola High and their friends. Why not arrange to come to the studio now and have that photograph taken? Slqled am! Rafed fun Slacfenii The Ensminger Studios SECOND AND WALNUT STREETS HARRISBURG, PA. PHONE 5228 OR 5229 WILMONT KELLER Oldsmobile BYREM BRGTHERS 5-IO-256 Store 300 Market St. Ph , 29 Lemoyne, Pa. Op E y., F Ik WRX 'U L QR .llbbro Vjo tions lMFl'CSl1I'l'l3l1 2-Sophomore jg-junior 4-Senior Assis.-Assistant Assoc.-Associate Bus.-Business Capt.-Captain Cli.-Chairman Coin.-Committee Con1'l Club.-Commercial Club Conv.-Convention YV. S. P. A.-East-NVest Shore Press Association Ed.-Editor G. R.--Girl Reserves H. P.-Hall Patrol H. R.-Home Room Hist.-Historian Home Ec. Club-Home Economics Club I-M-Intra-Mural Libr.-Librarian Libr. Club-Library Club Nat.-National P. S. P. A.-Pennsylvania School Press Association Pliotog. Club-Photography Club R. C. 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