Fannett Metal High School - Tuscaroran Yearbook (Willow Hill, PA)
- Class of 1954
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So soft, so calm, yet eloquent,
The smiles that win, the tints that glow
But tell of days in goodness spent,
A mind at peace with all helow,
A heart whose love is innocent.
It may be said of her:
She grew to maturity in her native community of Path Valley. She was graduated
from Millersville Normal School in 1915. She taught in various districts of our
Commonwealth for a span of thirty-seven years, twenty-one of which were in the
first and second grades of the present Fannett-Metal joint System at the Fannetts-
Peace of mind is a pearl
Of great price, its worth is
Beyond measurement. It can
Never be found by seeking,
It comes as a consequence.
When the heart is sound,
When the attitude is right,
When relationship is proper,
Peace of soul is found.
It runs like a living stream
From the Bible, from
Psalm and gospel.
Peace of mind springs from
Friendship and comradship.
Its breath is prayer,
Adoration and thanksgiving
Confession and commitment
Peace of soul is a gift
From the grace of God.
It is calmness of spirit,
Serenity of being,
Unification of self.
In the New Testament it is
Called the peace of God
Which passes understanding
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To the Class of 1954:
Many agencies aim to put themselves out of business, for example: hospitals
to eliminate poor health, the police system to eliminate crime, but the job of the
school, in its very nature, can never be finished. Its role is positive, not negative.
It denotes its entire energy to educational goals, and it is the agency which
accepts particular responsibility for the formal educational development of all the
people of the community while striving, with other agencies, to aid the community
directly to improve itself. It is the one agency of the community which need not
recognize the demands of the vested interests. A most distinguished characteristic
of the school is its continuity.
As I see it a community has a constantly changing sphere of influence. Its
boundaries may be fixed geographically for certain purposes, but the schools are
ever changing as the school personnel changes. Hence our school communities are
similar in that they have similar types of resources. These resources consist of people,
natural and physical resources, and various kinds of social organizations. Our view
is that communities are improved to the extent that their resources are improved.
If only one of the resources be improved then that community is improved only
partially. Improvement of the soil, for instance, without the improvement of the
people who inhabit it is futile if the aim is real growth. That is possible only when
effort is directed simultaneously' and continuously at all resources.
May I emphasize that it is our belief that the growth and development of
the individual is basic for any community improvement, at the same time recog-
nizing the interdependence of the individual and the community.
The school is a member of the community family of agencies. The major task
of the school is to help improve its own community. The main program of the
school is found in doing what is necessary to improve three kinds of resources all
communities have - people, social organizations, and natural and physical resources.
To achieve real and natural results all resources must be improved. The growth and
development of the INDIVIDUAL is basic to community improvement.
To this end we, in charge of the schools of Path and Amberson Valleys, devote
our sincere thought and action.
To the sponsors of this Annual, the graduating class of 1954, our sincere
congratulations on having completed another milestone on the voyage of life. May
success crown your every effort.
E. E. Blackburn,
Robert W. Kochenour, M. A.
To the Graduating Class of 1954:
You are reaching a transition period of your lives - a period in which many,
but not all, of the responsibilities and privileges of adulthood will be yours. Some
of you will spend the period in college, business school, or other institutions of
somewhat familiar pattern in which education is promoted as a formal process.
Others of you will enter the "college of hard knocks." While not nearly so formal,
educational processes do take place there - sometimes more rapidly than in the
Regardless of which of these you choose, remember that no matter how much
you may have learned to date the ratio of that portion of human knowledge which
you do not possess to that which you do, is an exceedingly large one. Opportunities
for further learning will present themselves daily through personal associations,
newspapers, books, television, and other educational media. If you are not to be-
come quickly outdated, accept these opportunities to improve yourselves instead of
dreaming of the "good old days" which were probably never so good as their
memories have them. Accept, too, the inevitability of change, and when change
seems to be desirable, join with those trying to make your world, your country, and
your community better.
It is regrettable that there are still those who would ask youth to bear arms in
defense of its society without giving it the proper voice in conducting that society's
affairs. Rather than merely gripe about this situation, accept every opportunity to
learn more about this world of ours. In that way, when the time does come for
you to raise your voices in adult circles, they may be raised for worthy causes.
In the meantime it may be well to remember that the quotation, "There is
no substitute for workf' is just as true today as when the Wizard of Menlo Park
first uttered it.
You are to be congratulated upon completing the last phase of your public
school education. May there be even greater achievements for each of you in your
Robert W. Kochenour
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Mrs. Kathleen Yocum, B. S. Mrs. Kathleen Shoop, A. B.
English, Social Studies English, French, Dramatics
Shippensburg State Teachers College Bucknell University
Mr. W. W. Shearer, A. B.
English, Social Studies
MIS- Lois UOYCI, B- S- Miss Virginia Reimensnyder, B. I
Music Bloomsburg State Teachers College
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Lyle Adams "Bub'
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Soccer 1, 2, 5, 49 F. F. A. 1, 2
Student Council lg Class Officer 1, 5, 4 3 Dramatics 2, 3
Safety Patrol 13 Yearbook Staff.
B rilliant personality
U uncertain future
B usy at all times
Grace Bock "Grace"
ets along with anyone
eady to go anytime
lever at pitching
xcellent roller skater
Galen Book "Book'
Student Council 4.
B oasts of his driving
O pposes discipline
O vercomes obstacles
K nows his history
William Book "Bill"
Soccer 2, 33 F, F. A. 1, 2, Safety Patrol 1, 2.
ooks aren't his worry
nterested in hunting
ikes to trap
ikes to play hookey
Elaine Bricker "Elaine'
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Band 15 Softball 1, 23 F. H. A. 1, 2
39 Dramatics 25 Safety Patrol 1, 2.
E ver ready
L oves to talk
A lways on the go
I nterested in television
N ever alone
E aget to help
james Brown "jim"
Baseball 2, 3, 4g Soccer 2, 5, 45 Chorus 1, 25 Class
Oliicer 1, 2.
J oins in fun
I nvites trouble
M eans what he says
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Chorus 1, 5g Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4.
A lways talking
ongs for Calvin? Lawrence?
E verybody's friend
N ice to be with
Joseph Burd "Burd"
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Soccer 1, 2, 3, 43 Band 1, 2, 52
F. F. A. 1, 2, 5, 45 Dramatics 1g Safety Patrol lg State
College 2g Yearbook Staff.
B ill is his best friend
U sually on the ball
R eady to go
D rives a Nash
Glenn Campbell "Glenn"
Class Officer 2, 3, 4.
G rumbles occasionally
L ongs for Betty
E ager for graduation
N ever dull
N eeds no help
Class Oilicer 5g Yearbook Staff.
illing to cooperate
lways a l1tt1e bashful
es, Diane catches h1s
eglects most girls
xcels rn all subjects
Ann Crlder AUD
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Bandl 2 5, 4 Safety Patrol 1 2
Mary jane Felmlee Mary Jane
5 Band 1 2 Class Oiiicer 3 4 Student Coun
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arrrage follows graduatlon
lwa s busy
earns for her beautxful farm house
ealous of Norman
lways well dressed
ever wlthout frlends
A ble to smg well
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Raymond Harry TEX
Student Council 23 Band 1, 25 Baseball 3 4 Class
Oflicer 2, 4.
E njoys hunting
X cels in mischief
Wayne Harry o o
Soccer 2 3 4 Baseballl 2 3 4
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wns a Model A
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S hrrley IS hrs grrl
Betty Kling "Betty"
Tri-Hi-Y 5, 45 Student Council 5g Class Ollicer 4.
B eaming personality
E xcels in history
T ommy is in the past
'I' ime spent listening to baseball games
Y earns for Glen
Wilma Leatherman "Wilma
Chorus 3, 4.
W eary without Shirley
I is willing to help at all times
L oves to read
M agic artist
A lways on the ball
Donald Leedy "Don"
F. F. A. 5, 4.
D oesn't like school
O fren stays home
N ever works hard
Marilou Howard "Marilou'
Band 1, 2, 5, 4, Chorus 13 Brass Ensemble 1, 2, F. H
A. 1, 25 Dramatics 2, Class Officer 1, 2, Safety Patrol 2
M ovies are her hobby
A lone without Grace
R eplies to anyone's request
I nterest, Jody
L oves to make people laugh
O utstanding in French
U tterly silent at times
George Jarrell "Sonny"
Student Council 25 Chorus 1, Class Officer 1, 2.
S enior pest
O ften seen talking to Marlene
N ever dull
N ever lets his Chemistry undone
Y earns for Roberta
Nancy McAllen Nancy
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2g Brass Ensemble 1, 2, 3,
Softball 1, 2, 5, 45 F. H. A. 1, 2, Class Officer 2, 3, 43
Safety Patrol 1, 23 Dramatics 1, 23 Forensics 2g Year-
N eat with work
A' lways willing to help
N othing but a "Ford"
C onstantly with Rose
Y earns for the future
Jesse Middaugh "Jesse"
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4g Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 3.
J umps at a chance to tease
E xpects to be a big leaguer
S urely likes sports
S plendid personality
E velyn is his weakness
Mary Ann Park "Mary Ann"
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ajor in all subjects
lways ready for mischief
R eading is one favorite pastime
Y esterday is not her concern
A lert in band
N ever wastes study hall
N eedless of a worry
Mary Morton Mary
Class Officer 2, 33 Softball 2, 34 Tri-Hi Y 3 4 Librarx
an 3, Yearbook Staff.
cme of perfection
ells at Raymond
Robert Piper Bo
Baseball 5, 4g Soccer 45 Chorus 1, 2.
B ooks never worry him
O nly interested in Dolores
B rilliant in Trig.
Edgar Rosenberry "Rosie"
Band 1, 25 F. F. A. 1, 2, Soccer 3, 4, Baseball 5, 4g
Dramatics 2, SQ Safety Patrol 1.
R eally noisy
ense of humor
n trouble often
E xcellent hunter
Lewis Shearer Lew
Baseball 1, 2, 45 Soccer 1, 2, 5, 4g Band 1 2 5
Student Council 4, Dramatics 2, 5, Forensics 2 5 Class
Officer 2, 5, 43 Yearbook Staff.
L ives an easy life
E verybody's friend
W illing to help
Betty Traxler "Betty"
Softball 1, 2, 3: Chorus 1, 2, 53 Band 1, 2, 54 F. H. A.
1, 2g Dramatics
2 5 Class Officer 5, Safet
ooks aren't her worry
eams with Shirley
alks a lot in study hall
es, she's a western fan
y Patrol 1, 2.
Rose Umbrell Rose
Band 1, 2, 5, 4g Chorus 1g Brass Ensemble 1 2 3
Softball 1, 2, 35 F. H. A. lg Class Oflicer 2 5 Safety
Patrol 1, 2.
oams with Nancy
O bjects to history tests
Fred Wilhelm "Fred"
F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Soccer 1, 2, 33 Safety Patrol lg
State College 3.
F irst in Vo-Ag
R uns a Mercury
arly to rise
oesn't go for girls
hares with everyone
njoys driving a Studebaker
History of the Class of I9 4
September 8, 1950 - Eighteen scared
but proud freshmen entered the high
school doors of Metal Township High
School. The members of our class were:
Joe Burd, Lyle Adams, Russel Gipe, Joe
jones, Fred Wilhelm, Eddie Rosenberry,
Lewis Shearer, Adin Witmer, Grace Bock,
Elaine Bricker, Marilou Howard, Nancy
McAllen, Mary Ann Park, Eileen Wiser,
Betty Traxler, Rose Umbrell, Ann Crider,
and Ruth Runk. Mr. Kochenour was our
adviser. Although we were the youngest
group in the high school, we still partici-
pated in different activities in the school
program. Eleven members of our class
were in the school band. They were: Nan-
cy McAllen, Marilou Howard, Grace Bock,
Elaine Bricker, Ann Crider, Mary Ann
Park, Betty Traxler, Rose Umbrell, joe
Burd, Eddie Rosenberry, and Lewis Shear-
er. There were nine freshman girls in the
high school chorus.
At our first class meeting we elected the
President ............. Mary Ann Park
Vice-President --- ...... Lewis Shearer
Secretary ...... --- Marilou Howard
Treasurer ................ Lyle Adams
Historian ............ Marilou Howard
September 5, 1951 - Fourteen sopho-
mores returned to the high school rooms
of Metal Township High School. We soon
became known as an "on-the-ball" class.
Mrs. Yocum was our adviser.
November 9, 1951 - Our class held the
first, but very successful, roller skating
party of the year at Blue Mountain Roller
November 16, 1951 - Our class was
well represented in the school play. "The
Night of January Sixteenth." joe Burd
played the part of the judge, Lewis Shearer
the part of a gangster, Marilou Howard,
Lyle Adams, and Betty Traxler were wit-
nesses to the murderg Nancy McAllen!
played the part of the murdered man's
December 18, 1951 - The happy group
of sophomores selected and ordered their
january 12, 1952 - We held one of our
successful bake sales.
March 14, 1952 - Our class was well
represented in Forensics. We met our com-
petitors, Lemasters and Mercersburg, at
Penn Hall in Chambersburg. Those repre-
senting our class were:
Mary Ann Park .... Serious Declamation
Nancy McAllen ............... Poetry
Lewis Shearer .................. Radio
Mary Ann and Lewis walked away with
honors, later to participate in the district
May 29, 1952 - Happy Day! The high
school doors were closed for another year.
September 4, 1952 - Fourteen jolly
juniors found their desks in the rooms
where we became upper classmen. We
were very happy and more ambitious to
do things because we had now the oppor-
tunities that upper classmen have. We
welcomed Wilma Leatherman from Phila-
delphia and Don Leedy from Hagerstown,
which made sixteen in our class.
Seven of our girls went to Dry Run to
take French I. Those taking the afternoon
class were: Grace Bock, Ann Crider, Elaine
Bricker, Marilou Howard, Nancy McAllen,
Betty Traxler, and Rose Umbrell.
October 7, 1952 - We began selling ice
cream at lunch time.
October 14, 1952 - Our class decided
to sell Christmas cards. Since we got an
early start, we covered a lot of territory
and really profited from our hard work.
November 1, 1952 - No school! Why?
Everyone wanted to get their limit of small
game the first day of hunting season.
There were exciting reports of hunting ex-
periences when we returned to school the
February 2, 1953 - We planned to
have dancing classes for the following
Thursday evening. Mrs. Shoop was our in-
structor. Our class sold cokes and ice
cream during intermission. We continued
this practice for a month.
May 1, 1955 - Our class gave a banquet
in honor of our friends, the Seniors, at
College Inn in Chambersburg. The faculty
members were present with their wives or
husbands. Lewis Shearer was our toast-
May 22, 1953 - The ice cream stand
was closed and the profit counted, amount-
ing to 36434.
May 26, 1955 - A glorious day it was!
Our class was invited to go to Hershey
with the Sophomore Class of Dry Run.
The reason for going was that our class
and Dry Run Sophomore Class won the
attendance banners for the year, so we
decided to celebrate by going to Hershey.
We had a very nice time touring the choco-
late plant and putting in the rest of the
day at Hershey Park.
May 29, 1953 - At the Commencement
Exercises in the Dry Run High School,
four girls from our class-Rose Umbrell,
Marilou Howard, Nancy McAllen, and
Grace Bock-were ushers. The high school
chorus, in which some of the members
from our class participated, sang at the
August 31, 1953 - We began our Seni-
or year at the Senior High School in Dry
Run. There were thirty-two members in
October 14, 1953 - We had our first
joint class meeting. Glenn Campbell be-
came our President and Lewis Shearer our
Vice-President. We decided to have some
separate activities along with joint projects.
October 20, 1953 - The Year Book
Staff was elected by the group. Those elect-
ed were: Lewis Shearer, Mary Ann Park,
Wayne Campbell, Mary Morton, joe Burd,
Lyle Adams and Nancy McAllen.
November 5, 1953 - A movie, "Foot-
light Serenade," was sponsored by our
class at the Fannettsburg junior High
School. We decided to continue to have a
movie every month until the end of school.
November 23 - December 2, 1953 -
Everyone enjoyed the Thanksgiving and
deer season vacation.
February 2, 1954 - Groundhog Day!
The day has finally arrived that ends four
months of industrious work on our year-
book. Today our worries are handed over
to Mr. Beachley's office for the final
touches. Before we say adieu, we should
like to give our thanks to those who have
made our yearbook a success. Above all,
we thank Mrs. Shoop for her endless ef-
fort which she gave us in our yearbook.
FANNETT SENIOR HISTORY
We Enter F. T. H. S.
September 5, 1950 - Twenty-one back-
ward, but nevertheless somewhat proud,
Freshmen entered the doors of F. T. H. S.
Class Officers Elected
We organized with Mr. Shearer for our
class adviser and elected the following
President ...... .... G eorge jarrell
Vice-President .....-. ---- J ames Bf0Wn
Secretary ........... ------- J Can Ffeet
George jarrell later resigned and James
Brown became President with 'Glenn
Campbell being elected as Vice-President.
During this term our class did not ac-
complish much, although several joined in
school sports and we took part in the
school Magazine Drive, through which we
made some money for our treasury.
The Term Ends
The class, as a whole, welcomed the end
of the school term, not only because we
no longer had books to study, but we
could now look forward to several weeks
vacation before entering school as the
sophomore class of '51.
We Return to Dry Run High School
September 4, 1951 -- Our class again
entered the doors of Dry Run High, but
this time we were sophomores and proud
of it! We reorganized with Mr. Shearer
as our class adviser and elected the follow-
President ...... --------- J
-- Mary Morton
This year, we added some more funds
to the class treasury by again 'joining the
school Magazine Drive. And in order to
add still further to the treasury, we
chanced off a turkey near Thanksgiving.
Vice-President --- ---
Secretary .... ---- ------
Treasurer ...--- - ---- - -
Historian - ..... -- ---- -
We Go to Hershey Park
june 3. 1952 - The sophomore class
rented a bus and went to Hershey Park.
The class enjoyed the whole day and thus
officially closed the doors on another
chapter of our school life.
Our Last Return to School
August 31, 1953 - We returned to
good old F. T. H. S., which is now
changed to Fannett-Metal Senior High
School. The 21 has now been reduced to
16. We had a joint meeting and elected
December seemed like a pretty good
month for the Seniors. Some of our class
obtained their driver's license. The class
made some money having a Bake Sale and
almost everything turned out to be in our
Signed: Class of '54
The Last Wlll and Testament
of the SENIOR CLASS of Fannett Metal Senror Hrgh School rn the County of
Franklrn and the State of Pennsylvanra made and publrshed thrs Frrst Day of janu
ary rn the year of our Lord One Thousand Nrne Hundred and Frfty Four
IN THE NAME OF GOD AMEN We the SENIORS of Fannett Metal Senror
Hrgh School do hereby make publrsh and declare thrs our Last Wrll and Testament
rn the manner followrng
We grve to the Class of 55 our candy sales
To the Class of 56 we grve our room
We wrll to Mr Shearer all our sports abrlrty
To Mrs Yocum we grve our cookrng abrlrty
To Mrs Shoop we wrll the success of our yearbook
We wrll our mathematrcal abrlrty to Mr Kochenour
To Mrss Rermensnyder we grve our typrng abrlrty
Lyle Adams wrlls hrs baseball abrlrty to jrm Rosenberry
Grace Book wrlls her prtchrng abrlrty to Betty Lou Prper
Galen Book wrlls hrs name Froggy to Brll Campbell
Wrllram Book wrlls hrs Muskrat and Trapprng abrlrty to Glenn Doyle
Elarne Brrcker wrlls her shortness to George Taylor
rm Brown wrlls hrs baseball abrlrty to Art Hampton
joe Burd wrlls hrs wrgglrng ears to Tom Shearer
Arlene Camggaell wrlls her abrlrty to talk to Darlene Umbrell
Glen Camp ll wrlls hrs drrver trarnrng road work to Nobody
Wayne Campbell wrlls hrs Explosrve Chemrstry to Robert Prper
Ann Crrder wrlls her tallness to Davrd junkrn
Mary jane Felmlee wrlls her date book to Nancy Gerlach
Raymond Harry wrlls hrs srze to Donald Coons
Wayne Harry wrlls hrs abrlrty to study to Jim Peterson
Marrlou Howard wrlls her knowledge of French to jane Stewart
George jarrell wrlls hrs behavror to Clarr Zergler
Joe Jones wrlls hrs love for Vo ag to Bob Rosenberry
Betty Klrng wrlls her shortness to Grace Bryan
Wrlma Leatherman wrlls her herght to Shrrley Keadle
Don Leedy wrlls hrs oompha to Bob Brrcker
Nancy McAllen wrlls her trumpet to Jane Crrder
Jesse Mrddaugh wrlls hrs prtchrng abrlrty to Art Hampton
Mary Morton wrlls her typrng abrlrty to Beatrrce Stewart
Mary Ann Park wrlls her tall tales to jo Mort
Robert Prper wrlls hrs love to Dolores Brrggs
Ed Rosenberry wrlls hrs dumbness to Fred Stewart
Lewrs Shearer wrlls hrs wrrtrng abrlrty to Earl Parker
Betty Traxler wrlls her abrlrty to talk rn study perrod to Janet Serbert
Rose Umbrell wrlls her hrstory knowledge to Bob Rosenberry
Fred Wrlhelm wrlls hrs wrestlrng abrlrty to Donald Coons
In wrtness whereof we have set our hand and seal thrs Frrst Day of january
rn the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Nrne Hundred and Frfty Four
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Second Row Larry Yocum Anna Jane Campbell Lorrame Slmpson Carl Stewart Patsy
Garner Ray Coons Earl Parker
Thxrd Row Robert Rosenberry Peggy Campbell Thomas Shearer Hannah Felmlee Harold
johnson jtm Rosenberry Helen Hockenberry Lols Ntmmon Betty Lou Pxper Patsy Murray
Back Row Arthur Hampton George Taylor Fred Stewart Jack Campbell
bmed forces to begm the 1955 54 school term
When the roll was called, 27 Jumors answered the call to duty Mrs Shoop was
to be homeroom teacher, and room FIVE our homeroom
On October 22, we elected Fred Stewart, Presxdent, Anna ane Campbell Vrce
Presrdent Lorrame Slmpson, Secretary Betty Lou P1per, Treasurer, and Larry
Our student councrl members are Betty Lou Prper and George Taylor
The class wrth the hrghest attendance was rewarded by bemg grven permrssron
to attend the Farm Show Our class won and on Monday, january 11 1954, we
were bound for Harrisburg and the Farm Show
Our class IS very co operatrve and we all want to make It the best Although we
are a lxttle norsy, we know we are pretty good We expect to prove our ments from
now until we graduate
On August 31, 1955, the Junior Class of Fannett-Metal joint High School com-
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janet Serbert Audrey Sxmpson Linda Burd Davrd Se1bert Mlss Relmensnyder
Second Row Clalr Zexgler jrm Campbell Marlene Parson Vlrglma Luckett Marlene Umbrell
Dolores Briggs jane Stewart Nancy Gerlach Marcra Varner
'lhgnxrd Row B111 Campbell Beatr 1ce Stewart Shlrley Kllng jane Crlder Dlane Parker joan
Fourth Row Grace Bryan Lyle Crouse Beverly Gallagher Thaddeus Book B111 Flemrng
Joyce Campbell Helen McClure Lula ODonne1l
Fxfih Row Larry Adams Jrm Peterson Donald Coons Davxd junkm Robert Plper Drck Shoe
Back Row Darlene Jones Barbara Besecker Shlrley Sm1th Raymond Burdge Robert Bryan
Ralph Thompson Jxm Breckenrldge Lvnn McCurdy Robert Brlcker Harold Goshorn WllllS
johnson Rhea Mxller Gray Hockenberry
On August 31 1953 fifty three ambmous sophomores entered Fannett Metal
omt Sen1or Hlgh School Our class had xts first class meetlng on September 29, 1955
at whlch tlme we elected our class oilicers
On the evenxng of November 13, 1953, we held a roller skatlng party for both
the junror and senlor hxgh pup11s
As a reward for the class attendance durmg the month of December, the mem
bers of our class in room 2 had the opportumty of golng to the Pennsylvanla Farm
andF F A boys
Pres1dent Sh1r1ey Sm1th
V1ce Pres1dent Darlene Umbrell
Secretary Dolores Brlggs
Treasurer Rhea Mtller
HISIOIIHU Jane Crxder
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Joe Burd, Mary Ann Park, Lyle Adams, Mrs. Shoop, Wayne Campbell, Nancy McAllen,
We have finished the Fifth Volume of the Tuscaroran. This is the second year
we have joined forces in making our Year Book a success.
It is an honor to be on the staff, even though there is plenty of work required of
each individual. It is also a privilege because, after our edition is turned over to the
Printing Press, we, the staff, have the privilege of touring the Craft Press Building
and learning exactly how the year book is put together.
We sincerely hope that you enjoy our year book, The Tuscaroran of 1954.
Those on the staff are:
Editor ............ ...................... L ewis Shearer
Assistant Editors --- .... Mary Ann Park, Wayne Campbell
Business Editors .... ........... M ary Morton, joe Burd
Art Editor -.- ........ .................. M ary Ann Park
Assistant Art Editors --- --- George Jarrell, Wilma Leatherman
Advertising Editors .... ...... N ancy McAllen, Lyle Adams
Adviser ............ ................. M rs. Shoop
There is an old saying that if you do not progress you must retrogress - that is,
go backwards. That means we must look to the future, for if we do not, we will be
looking to the past. That saying is just as true as it ever was. In almost every field
we can be proud of the progress we have made. Look at the progress we have made
in aviation. The Wright Bros. started flying under a hundred miles an hour. Now
we are flying faster than sound, with any point on the earth just a few hours away.
In medicine the same is true. We have progressed from the time where a shot of
brandy was the cure for almost everything, to the miracle drugs of today.
In education, we have made remarkable progress also. We have progressed from
the "Little Red Schoolhouse," with all eight grades in one room, to our large consoli-
dated schools with their many windows and attractive colors. The school no more
teaches the three R's, but has other classes to broaden the students' knowledge.
In our valley, we have progressed with the rest of the world. We have come
from the "Little Red Schoolhouse" of our grandfather's day, to the time when we are
looking forward to a high school combining both townships. just as the little red
schoolhouse was adequate for our ancestors, so are our present schools adequate for
But what of tomorrow? Will present needs be suitable for tomorrow, or will
progress bring something new? If we are to progress, we must look to the future.
Sitting: George Taylor, Galen Book, Miss Reimensnyder, Rhea Miller, Marlene Umbrell.
Standing: Betty Lou Piper.
The first of the year we reorganized the Student Council with two representa-
tives from each class: one from Fannett Township and one from Metal Township.
The Student Council meets the last Tuesday of every month.
The Student Council is selling ice cream and chocolate milk at lunch time to
raise money for the benefit of the school.
The Student Council purchased the four plays for the Dramatic Club, which
were given in the assembly.
We are now buying feature movies for the student body, and, with the aid of
the PTA, have acquired indoor game equipment such as: Touring, Table Tennis,
Canasta, Five Hundred, Sorry, Rook, Meet the President, Finance, Pit, and Rubber
Officers of the council are:
President ........... --- Lewis Shearer
Vice-President --- ..... George Taylor
Secretary ...... .... B etty Lou Piper
Treasurer -- -- Marlene Umbrell
Front Row: Dolores Briggs, jane Stewart, Mary Ann Park,,'Linda Burd, Marcia Varner,
Second Row: Anna jane Campbell, Joyce Campbell, Diana Parker, Shirley Keadle, joan Mort,
janet Seibert, Rosalie Collins, Darlene Umbrell, Marlene Umbrell.
Third Row: Fred Stewart, Larry Yocum, Ralph Thompson, Eva Miller, jane Crouse, Betty
Lou Piper, Shirley Neil, Lillian Piper.
Back Row: Lorraine Simpson, Beverly Gallagher, Barbara Besecker.
This year, our Dramatic Club is also our Speech Club. With this advantage, we
expect to produce a very good play later on this year.
In the Fall, the Speech Class gave a choral reading at a Parent-Teacher meeting,
and at Christmas, an Assembly program in the Senior High School. This program
consisted of singing, appropriate poems, and presenting three one-act plays. The
first play, "Herbieis Christmas Present," presented the amusing problems of a newly-
adolescent boy trying to give his girl a suitable present in spite of his sisters'
schemes. The second, "Christmas Bazaar," was warmly human. The third, "A Merry
Christmas," was taken from "Little Women," and gave a pleasant picture of an old-
A lar e rou from Fannett-Metal Hi h School entered Forensics last ear,
S S P S Y
and, fort the size of the school, the victories were numerous.
Lynn McCurdy, Linda Burd, and Mary Ann Park made Wild Life posters
which had no competition in either County or District, and therefore went on to
State. Mary Ann also gave Serious Declamationg jolinda Hoopert, Conservation
Original Orationg Shirley Campbell, Poetryg jane Stewart, Humorous Declamationg
Karl Thompson, Radio and Original Oration, and Lewis Shearer, a conservation
At County, which was held in Chambersburg High School, Mary Ann placed
first, Shirley placed first, jolinda, jane, Karl, and Lewis had no competition and
therefore went on to District.
At District, which was held in Hershey, Mary Ann placed first, jolinda placed
first, Karl placed second, Shirley placed third, and jane placed third. Lewis had no
With reservations at Hotel Roosevelt in Pittsburgh, the teacher, Mrs. Shoop,
accompanied Mary Ann, Jolinda, Jane, and Karl to the State Finals, in which Jolinda
placed third. During our free time we shopped, went to see the Pirates play, and
attended our first 5-D movie. We were also able to ramble through the halls of the
beautiful University where all of the contests were held. We were made to feel at
home by Juanita Wagaman, a former Metal High pupil, who is a student at the
Woodwind Brass Percussion
Martha Wineman Rose Umbrell Rose Adams
Linda Burd Nancy McAllen Marcia Varner
Grace Bock Diane Parker Shirley Keadle
Ann Crider jane Crouse
Wanda Simpson Helen McClure
Vonnie Arnold Marilou Howard
Kay Baker Carol McClure
Connie Arnold Elinore Gipe
Patsy johnson jane Crider
Dolores Briggs Jim Park
john Walker Audrey Simpson
Agnes Fleagle Alex Shearer
Darlene jones Mary Ann Park
Lois Nimmon Lorraine Simpson
Leader - Mrs. Lloyd
The Path Valley Senior Band made its first public appearance for the year at its
annual Christmas Concert held at the Fannett-Metal High School, December 17th
and 18th, 1953. The band is planning three more concerts. The money contributed
at these concerts will go toward the new uniforms that the band soon hopes to have.
The band also furnished the music for some festivals during the summer.
The ofiicers of the band are:
President ............. --- Lorraine Simpson
Vice-President ...... --- Nancy McAllen
Secretary-Treasurer --- -- Dolores Briggs
Librarian ......... --- Patsy johnson
Front Row: Carl Stewart, Ed Rosenberry, Robert Bricker, jim Brown, jim Peters-on, Lyle Adams,
Ray Coons, Robert Piper, Larry Adams, Ralph Thompson.
Second Row: Fred Stewart, Harold Goshorn, joe Jones, Wayne Harry, George Taylor, jesse
Middaugh, jim Rosenberry, jack Campbell, Joe Burd, E. E. Blackburn.
The Fannett-Metal Soccer team had its most successful season, with a record of
3 wins, 4 defeats, and 3 ties, giving them a third place tie in the Franklin County
League. The scores are as follows:
Fannett-Metal --- --
Fannett-Metal --- --
Fannett-Metal --- --
Fannett-Metal --- --
Fannett-Metal --- --
Fannett-Metal - - - - - St. Thomas
Fannett-Metal --- -- Buchanan
Fannett-Metal - - - - - Quincy - - - -
Fannett-Metal - - - - - Scotland -
Fannett-Metal --- -- Greencastle
Inner Right ---
Inner Left --..
Ring Wing ....
Left Wing ....
Left Halfback ....
Right Fullback ---
Left Fullback --
-------- joe Jones
- Lewis Shearer
- - - - - jim Brown
- - - - George Taylor
- - - - jack Campbell
----- Joe Burd
--- Lyle Adams
--- Wayne Harry
-- Robert Piper
Substitutes: Robert Crouse, Ed Rosenberry, Carl Stewart, Larry Adams, Fred
Stewart, Lynn McCurdy, Ralph Thompson.
Front Row: jim Brown, Lyle Adams, Jesse Middaugh, Jim Rosenberry, Rhea Miller.
Second Row: Arthur Hampton, Ed Rosenberry, Raymond Harry, Wayne Harry.
Back Row: Bob Piper, George Taylor, joe Burd, jack Campbell.
The Fannett-Metal Baseball Team in its second season captured the Franklin
County Championship with a record of 15 wins and one defeat. Coach Shearer
formed a hard-hitting team behind the pitching of Art Hampton Q6-Oj, Dick Camp-
bell Q4-OQ, and jesse Middaugh C5-lj.
Fannett-Metal - - 10 Scotland ......... -
Fannett-Metal - - 1 Washington Twp
Fannett-Metal - - 1 1 Greencastle ...... -
Fannett-Metal - - 5 Buchanan ..... -
Fannett-Metal - - 14 Quincy ...... -
Fannett-Metal - - 1 Waynesboro - -
F annett-Metal - - 1 1 St. Thomas ..... .... -
Fannett-Metal - - 12 Scotland ......... -
Fannett-Metal - - 14 Washington Twp. - -
Fannett-Metal - - 1 7 Greencastle ....... -
Fannett-Metal , - 8 Buchanan - - - -
Fannett-Metal - - 1 1 Quincy .... -
Fannett-Metal , 6 Waynesboro - -
Fannett-Metal - - - 7 St. Thomas - - -
Catcher - - - jack Campbell 1st Base -- -
2 nd Base .... .... L yle Adams 3rd Base ....
Left Field .....
Center Field ---
Right Field ---
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- - ---- Jim Rosenberry, Wayne Harry, Bill Shearer
Front Row: Grace Bock, Nancy McAllen, Betty Lou Piper, Beverly Gallagher, Lillian Piper.
Second Row: Hannah Felmlee, janet Seibert, Shirley Neil, Mary' Ann Park, Marcia Varner.
Back Row: Mr. Blackburn, Patsy Murray, Grace Bryan, Marlene Parson, Helen Hockenberry,
Beatrice Stewart, Vivian Harry.
The Girls' Softball team enjoyed a very successful spring season, winning three
out of four games. Joining with Fannett Twp., we accomplished much as one unit.
Nancy McAllen, Hannah Felmlee ..... -- 1B
Jean Peterson, Jean French ............ -- LS
Rose Umbrell, Patsy Murray .............. -- 2B
Delores Hockenberry, Beverly Gallagher --- -- RS
Patsy Smith, Vivian Harry ......,....... -- 3B
joan Geyer, Mary Ann Park ............. - RF
Ann Crider, Shirley Long .......... - CF
Mary Morton, Janet Seibert ........... -- LF
Marlene Parsons Marcia Varner Shirley Neil
Helen Hockenberry Beatrice Stewart
Grace Bock Betty Lou Piper
Scorekeeper --- --- --- --, Elsie Cornelius
Fannett-Metal --- -- 14 Quincy ------ 5
Fannett-Metal --- -- 12 Quincy ..... ---- 8
Fannett-Metal --- 5 Houstontown --- -- 2
Fannett-Metal --- 6 Houstontown --- -- 14
Marcia Varner, Darlene Umbrell, Marlene Umbrell, Peggy Campbell, Rosalie Collins.
The Fannett-Metal joint Cheerleaders of 195311954 accompanied the soccer
team to two games during the season.
In the future the Cheerleaders would like to purchase red and white uniforms.
During the fall of 1955, the Cheerleaders held two pep sessions, which were
attended by the entire school. These pep meetings gave everyone a chance to yell
to their hearts' content in study hall. Our pep sessions have proved very successful.
They gave the team lots of enthusiasm just before going on the field.
Sitting: Darlene Jones, Joan Mortg Shirley Long, Linda Burd, jane Crider, janet Piper,
Standing: Anna jane Campbell, Eva Miller, Joyce Campbell, Jane Crouse, Patsy Garner,
Lorraine Simpson, Patsy Murray, Grace Bryan, Helen Hockenberry, Marlene Parson.
F. F. A.
Front Row: Dick Shoemaker, John Long, Norman Locke, Sam Crider, Luther johnson, Donnie
Hockenberry, Donald Coons, David Junkin, Robert Rosenberry.
Second Row: Robert O'Donne1l, Bill Geyer, Gray Hockenberry, Raymond Burdge, Harold
johnson, Harold Goshorn, Mr. Blackburn.
Third Row: Bill Hogan, jim Park, Willis johnson, Harold Taylor, Clair Zeigler.
Back Row: Ronnie Neil, Paul Carlin, Ed Rosenberry, Robert Bricker, Joe Jones, Fred Wilhelm,
Lynn McCurdy, Paul Walls, Mac McGee.
Oflicers of the F. F. A. for the school year of 1953-54 are as follows:
President ................................. Harold johnson
Vice-President --- ...... Fred Wilhelm
Secretary ...... --- Robert Rosenberry
Treasurer -- .... Harold Goshorn
Reporter ..... --- Matthew McAllen
Watch Dog ................................ Robert Bricker
There are 20 members in the group. Their work consists of handicraft in the
shop and judging cattle. We have meetings twice monthly.
Fred Wilhelm and Harold johnson attended the convention last summer at Har-
The entire group attended the Pennsylvania Farm Show to see new develop-
ments in farm machinery and the prize animals.
Jim Park was a member of the State F. F. A. Band.
Front Row Nancv McAllen Mrs Shoop Rose Umbrell Rosalie Collrns Arlene Campbell
Marllou Howard Grace Bock Ann Crxder Peggy Campbell Lyle Adams Fred Wilhelm
Robert Rosenberry Joe Burd Clair Zelgler Shlrley Nell janet Plper
Back Row Raymond Harrv Wayne Harry Robert Plper Mary Ann Park Betty Klmg Mary:
Jane Felmlee Mary Morton Wrlma Leatherman Betty Lou Prper Betty Traxler Llllran Plperg
Jesse Mxddaugh Wayne Campbell Glenn Campbell jrm Brown Galen Book Joe jones George
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Drrver Educatlon was added to the school currxculum 1n September 1953 Since
the course has been provlded, many enthusrastlc students have been enrolled The
first semester all senrors were requlred to take lt However, several lumors and sopho
mores who were just turnmg 16, were g1ven the prrvtlege
Through the courtesy of Shrvely Motors, Chambersburg, a Dodge was furnlshed
for the Driver Education course
The best way to become a competent drrver 1S to develop self control, correct ln
formatlon, hrgh qualxty skrlls, and good soclal attrtudes from the start We appreclate
the fact that our Board of Dlrectors realrzed th1s and provnded the puprls w1th the
opportumty of takmg Drrver Educatlon
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Front Row: Betty Kling, Shirley Keadle, Dolores Briggs, Lillian Piper, Virginia Luckett, Marcia
Varner, Rosalie Collins.
Second Row: Mrs. Yocum, Arlene Campbell, Nancy Gerlach, jane Stewart, Diane Parker,
Joyce Campbell, Grace Bryan, Lula O'Donnell, Miss Reimensnyder.
Third Row: Linda Burd, joan Mort, Helen McClure, Vivian Harry, Hannah Felmlee, janet
Piper, Helen Hockenberry, Marlene Parsons.
Fourth Row: Patsy Murray, Shirley Kling, Peggy Campbell, Audrey Simpson, Beatrice Stewart,
Shirley Neil, Lois Nimmon, Betty Lou Piper.
Last Row: Anna jane Campbell, Mary jane Felmlee, Mary Morton, Beverly Gallagher.
Senior Chemistry Lab
Wayne Campbell George jarrell B111 Book Fd Rosenberry Bob Piper Lyle Adams joe Burd
Mary Ann Park Wxlma Leathe man
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Front Row Bob Piper Rosalle Collms
Second Row jesse Mlddaugh Arlene Campbell Mary jane Felmlee
Back Row Glenn Campbell Galen Book Wayne Harry Betty Kllng
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Seated: Doris Campbell, Robert O'Donnell, Phyllis Hockenberry, Mac McGee, Wanda Simp-
son, john Long, Virginia Goshorn, Donald Hockenberry, Caroline Simple, Norman Locke.
Middle Row: Mr. Troy, Agnes Fleagle, Paul Carlin, Kay Carlin, Bill Hogan, Martha Wineman,
Harold Taylor, Doris Allen, Ronnie Neil, Fay Hockenberry, Shirley Miller, Rosie Adams.
Back Row: joyce Neil, Elinore Gipe, Sam Crider, Kay Campbell, Bill Geyer, julia Hammond,
Homer johnson, Gladys Rowles, james Park, Louise Yocum, june Rowles, Edwin Rosenberry.
Kneeling, Front Row: Phillip Hammond, Ronald Parmer, Garry Rowles, Larry Shearer, Harold
lGoshorn, Edward Seibert, Ralph Crouse, Edward Miller, james Woods.
Seated, Second Row: john Stewart, Phyllis Dague, Charles Luckett, Geneva Boggs, Russell
Igliley, Rachel junkin, George Hampton, Loretta johnson, Donald Ile, Joann Greene, Arthur
Standing, Third Row: Rachel McLaughlin, Nancy Johnson, Janet Rosenberry, Mary Book,
Connie McGown, Carol jean McClure, Rosetta Naugle, Barbara McAllen, Louise Lynn, Vonnie
Piper, Martha Traxler, Patsy Neil, Martha Fleming, Vonnie Hockenberry.
Standing, Last Row: Bill Fleming, Mary junkin, Owen St. Clair, Beverly McGee, Robert
Thomas, Patricia Hammond, Richard Miller, Dorcas Thompson, Alex Shearer, Joan McAllen,
jack Neil, Sara Mae Kling, Mr. Lloyd.
Kneeling, Front Row: George Guyer, Donald Seibert, Larry MdGee, Samuel Neil, Donald
Miller, john Walker, Richard Woods.
Seated, Second Row: William Gallagher, Carl Florie, Norman Curfman, Harry Runk, Connie
Arnold, Mary Crouse, Bonnie Groce, Kay Baker, Vonnie Arnold, Lula Belle Gipe, Ruth Henry.
Standing, Third Row: Miss Skinner, Shirley Seibert, jerry Campbell, joe Allen, Marvin Adams,
jay Lehman, Patsy Miller, Calvin Piper, Miriam Diller, Raymond Shoemaker, Kenneth Yeatter,
Ray O'Donnell, Mr. Baker.
Standing, Fourth Row: Norma Campbell, Betty Guyer, Barbara Gamble, Beverly Umbrell,
Margaret Umbrell, Patricia johnson, Dorothy Hampton, Donna Goshorn, Joann Locke, Nancy
Coons, Betty Hockenberry, May O'Donnell. Bonnie Rosenberry, Mary Devinney.
Junior High tudent Council
Seated: Julia Hammond, Dorcas Thompson, Ed Rosenberry, Louise Locum, Richard Miller.
Standing: Philip Hammond, Mr. Baker, Sam Crider, Connie Arnold, john Walker.
Ninth Grade Eighth Grade
Ed Rosenberry Phillip Hammond
Sam Crider Richard Miller
Louise Yocum Dorcas Thompson
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Sitting, Front Row: Shirley Miller, Fay Hockenberry, Phyllis Hockenberry, Virginia Goshorn.
Sitting, Back Row: Caroline Simple, Joyce Neil, Louise Yocum, Wanda Simpson, Rose Adams,
Doris Campbell, Kay Carlin, Agnes Fleagle.
Back Row, Standing: Elinore Gipe, julia Hammond, Gladys Rowles, Mary june Rowles, Kay
Campbell, Doris Allen, Martha Wineman, Mrs. Kochenour.
The junior F. H. A. is an entirely new organization in this school district. It is
the first junior chapter in Franklin County. We are affiliated with both the state and
national organizations. The 65 members are drawn from the seventh, eighth, and
ninth grade Homemaking Classes.
The oiiicers are:
President ...... --- Martha Wineman
Vice-President --- --- Wanda Simpson
Secretary .... .... P atricia Hammond
Treasurer -- ..... Phyllis Hockenberry
Adviser ............................ Patricia B. Kochenour
' Since this is a new organization to all of its members, the girls have been
spending most of their meeting time in becoming better acquainted with the pur-
poses and ideals of F. H. A.
The motto is: "Toward New Horizons."
Seated, Left to Right: Marvin Adams, Wanda Simpson, Alex Shearer, Joan McAllen, .George
Guyer, Patricia Hammond, John Walker, Dorcas Thompson, Philip Hammond, Virginia Gos-
Standing, Left to Right: Rosetta Naugle, Carol Ann McClure, Vonnie Arnold, Donna Goshorn,
Ruth Henry, Nancy Coons, Mary Crouse, Connie Arnold, Kay Baker, Patricia Johnson, Vonnie
Piper, Mrs. Lloyd.
The junior Band, formed during the 1951-1952 school year, received many
additional members this year from the new Fannett-Metal Junior High School. The
Junior Band holds its weekly rehearsals at the Junior High School in preparation
for one of the concerts presented during the school year by the Music Department
of the Fannett-Metal Joint School District.
Front Row: jim Park, Joyce Neil.
Second Row: Bill Geyer, Sam Crider, Elinore Gipe, Norman Locke, Rose Adams.
Back Row: Wanda Simpson, Kay Carlin, Bill Hogan, Martha Wineman, Agnes Fleagle, john
This year the Safety Patrol is in operation only in the Junior High School at
Fannettsburg. There are 12 members, all from the ninth grade. They are on duty at
lunch time and in the evening. The captain is jim Park and the lieutenant is Joyce
The patrol is provided with badges and shoulder straps by the A.A.A.,
which in the past has also furnished us with an outing in the Spring. Frequently
the group is taken on an education tour through Letterkenny Ordnance Depot. We
hope they continue the custom this year.
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The Rev. and Mrs. Boyd S. Burd
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Dr. and Mrs.
F. H. Campbell
Carlin, 2nd. grade
Christian L. Curry
Mr. and Mrs.
and Mrs. Glen Felmlee
and Mrs. Donald Flood
S. Gamber I
Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Groce
Milo V. Harry
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Horsley
Mr. and Mrs. E. Howard
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur james
The Rev. and Mrs. J. T. jarrell
Junior Class of 1955
Mr. and Mrs. George L. Kling
Mr. and Mrs. W. Lloyd
Mrs. Donald M. McAllen
Neil's Service Station
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie M. Park
Blanche B.. Parson
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pepley
Russell Portrait Studio
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Shearer
Mr. and Mrs.
Sophomore Class of 1956
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wineman
Mr. David Umbrell
BINKLEY BROS., INC.
Dry Run, Pennsylvania
Agricultural Pulverized Limestone
Bagged, Bulk or Spread
Crushed Stones of All Grades
SAMU EL W. WORLEY
52 Glen Street
Furniture ' Floor Covering 0 Stoves
Martinsburg, W. Va.
Happy Cooking Gas Service
JOHN A. FRANKLIN
85-87 West King Street
It's Metered For Your Protection
BLUE MT. ROLLER RINK
F L O O D ' S
R CLOVER FARM STORE
Eni9Y U Nife out Fannettsburg, Pa.
With Your Friends
Phone 15-R- 1 3
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and PHOTO CENTER
62 Lincoln Way West
View-Master Picture Reels
230 Lincoln Way East
Join over 4,000,000
A A A members who have
As They Drive
"You'll find low price bargains galore
At KIine's Grocery Store."
Phone: Dry Run 15-R-11
C. R. McCUNE
Lumber - Millwork - Builder's Supplies MERCERSBURG
"Your Home Town Dealer"
OHice Phone 71-J
MYERS and TRITLE
PENN APPLIANCE C
Your Family Department Store Gnd 5efViCe
Phone: Mercersburg 184
ALEXANDER'S I. G. A. SUPER MARKET
"Low Prices Every Day"
: Dry Run 14-R-2
FORT LOUDON STATE BANK
Fort Loudon, Pa.
We Invite You
To Do Your Banking
All Deposits Insured
Up to 510,000
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CAPITOL and ROSEDALE
L' R' KREMER AGENCY Sales - Service - Rentals
General Insurance office supplies
57 Lincoln Way West
5 North Second St. Chambersburg, Pa-
Chambersburg, Pa. Phone 3 145'R
Phone 101 L Office Machines and Furniture
Jon-IN z. MARTIN, Jeweler C0mP1imemS
126 S. Main Street
Chambersburg, Pa. Farmers 81 Merchants Trust Co
We Service Every Item We Sell of Chambersburg' Pa'
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JOHN S. HEBERLIG
Farm Implements and Supplies
North Seneca Street
J. FRANK PUGH of
Farm and Home Supplies
V l E N N E R ' S
Allis-Chalmers ' General Electric DEpARTMENT STQRE
Phone 660-W 445 East King sf. 5hiPPenSbufS
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KUHN'S STUDIO for
Portraits, Cameras, Gifts Shoes
32 E. King St.
J. P. ROSSI
Wholesale and Retail BUS SERVICE
Fruit and Vegetables
Imported and Domestic Groceries
, POTOMAC MOTOR LINES, INC.
Bananas and Peanuts a Specialty
Phone 129 Hagerstown, Md.
62 Main Sf. Phgne 5634
Compliments For The Best in Mens' Wear
WEAVER 81 GATES
VALLEY BAKING COMPANY
Sh' b , P .
Shippensburg, Pa. lppens mug a
The National Bank of Chambersburg
"THE OLD NATIONAL"
Second Oldest Bank in Pennsylvania
Thirty-first Oldest Bank in U. S.
Sporting Goods Store
12 West King Street
Spalding, Wilson, MacGregor
449 Lincoln Way East
McCormick-Deering Farm Machines
Tractors and Refrigerators
Hardware and General
and D. H. WEBSTER, JR.
Dearborn Farm Equipment
CHAMBERSBU RG FORD CO.
168 E. North St.
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McCORMICK'S BARBER SHOP
Open: Evenings 6 to 8:30
Saturdays 8 a. m, to 7 p. m.
65 S. Main St. Chambersburg, Pa
DRY RUN HOTEL
Dry Run, Pa.
MRS. M. K. MILLER
Dealer in General Merchandise
Texaco Gas and Oil
Willow Hill, Pa.
Phone: Dry Run 15-R-15
GOODHART'S SHOE STORE
51 East King Street
THE NEWS CHRONICLE
A community newspaper
that consistently carries
News of and by the
Folks of Path
and Amberson Valley
6-8-10 North Penn Street
GLENN C. ROSENBERRY
Hard and Soft Wood Lumber
Phone: Dry Run 15-R-16
WAYNE F. CRAIG
Dealer in Livestock
Shippensburg, Star Route
W. F. CORNELIUS
Candy, Ice Cream, Tobacco
Soft Drinks, Cakes, Pies
Open: 8 A. M. to 12 P. M.
Phone: Dry Run 16-R-25
O. R. PARK
New York Life Insurance Co
Patronize Your Own
C. V. COOPERATIVE ASS N
TH E VALLEY NATIONAL
Old Reliable Feeds and Fertilizers
BANK OF CHAMBERSBURG
ROTH S FURNITURE STORE
51 East Kmg Street Sh1ppensburg P
Fine Furniture and Rugs
Electric Ranges Deep Freezers
Washers Water Heaters
Reliable Since l906
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Compliments G. E. RHINEHART 81 SONS
KING BOILER 81 FURNACE CO.
Shade Gap, Penna.
33 West King Street
T elephone' 322
E. and Hallicrafters T
Automobile Accessories, Etc.
15 - 17 West King Street
Willow Hill, Pa.
Pulverized Lime - Crushed Stone
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The Bank of Service
Orrstown, Pa. '
R. B. MILLER Compliments
John Deere - New Holland
Soles and Service
BOGAR LUMBER CO.
TOWN STATIONERY SHOP
55 East King Street
School and Office Supplies
JOHN H. WENGER
Insurance and Bonding
25 Lincoln Way West
Good Eats All The Time
BRUCE and LOIS HENRY
H. 81 H. CHEVROLET
CRESSLER'S FRUIT MARKET .
209 West King St.
Shippensburg, Pa. 3-Hour Service
WHOLESALE - RETAIL
Phone 77 30 N. Fayette St.
THE PEOPLE'S NATIONAL BANK OF SHIPPENSBURG
Every Service Consistent with Good Banking
The Bank with the Drive-In Window
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporati
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PEGGY SHIPPEN CARD
0 and GIFT SHOPPE
44 W Ki S.
Shippensburg est ng t
The Class of 1954 of
ED NAUGLE P. A. VAN ALLMAN
Your Dodge- Plymouth Dealer
Shippensburg Phone 312
FRANK B. HARTZOK
Bulova - Hamilton - Elgin
IRA A. LONG, Jeweler
Insurance - Real Estate - Bonding
44 Lincoln Way West
135 South Main Street
Diamonds - Jewelry
Shoes for Women Shoes for Men
Shoes for Boys - Girls
FRAVER'S SHOE STORE
127 South Main Street
Yard Goods and Notions
10101 iaialiaioioioinioloioii .
D E N T L E R S
Sales and Service
235 E Kmg Street
TOWNE SHOPPE INC.
49 IN. King Street
GOODHART 81 RICHARDSON Comphments
Floor and Wall Tlle Contractors
63 W West St
BU RKHART S RESTAURANT
Phone 1502 Shlppensburg Pa Sh1PPen5burg
Free Estimates Perma
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CONCRETE PRODUCTS CO.
24 West Garfield St.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Every Service Consistent with Good Banking
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
61 Lincoln Way West
VALLEY AUTO CO., INC
Prompt and ' Courteous Service ,,
Buick Sales and Service
Lincoln Way East
THE BOYS' SHOP
Clothing and Furnishings
Regular and Chubby
Sizes 3 to 20
Lincoln Way West
31 South Main St.
"Use Your Credit"
BENDlsR's DRY Gooos
Dry Run, Pa.
COLLINS AND SON
Gas - Oil
24-Hour Towing Service
Cars Bought and Sold
NORMAN D. CLARK
"Oliver and New Holland
Honey Grove, Pa.
J. A. HARGLEROAD 81 CO
Wholesale and Retail Dealers
Meats and Meat Products
ALPI N E TH EATER
DRY RUN POOL ROOM
Prop. G. A. GAL'-AGHER The BGSI' in H16 vdlley
DRY RUN BARBER SHOP
Prop. PAUL E. HOCKENBERRY A
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Education prepares one for future responsibilities
and learning to save money regularly through a
savings account prepares one for future necessities.
THE PATH VALLEY NATIONAL BANK OF DRY RUN
"Be Thrifty and Be Happy"
Being at Your Service ls Our Business
BYER BROS., Florists Groceries - Meats - Produce
Opposite P. R. R. Station
-WHOLESALE and RETAIL-
Flowers for All Occasions non the Square"
ws TELEGRAPH FLOWERS ANYWHERE 'phone 369
R O 5 S
GENERAL TIRE SERVICE, INC
POWELL'S PHOTO SHOP
130 Lincoln Way East
110-112 Lincoln Way West
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