Fannett Metal High School - Tuscaroran Yearbook (Willow Hill, PA)
- Class of 1957
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Text from Pages 1 - 88 of the 1957 volume:
THE SENIOR CLASS OF
FANNETT-METAL HIGH SCHOOL
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Now as never before people are turning to the theatre. It is
not merely because they want to be entertained. A new and
deepening appreciation of the stage as a cultured factor in any
community is making itself felt throughout the country. Alive
to these possibilities in the theatre, many of our classmates
became enthusiastic players, producers, and technicians when
they entered high school. They sought practical instruction in
the ways of appreciating and developing the many forms of art
that go into "putting-on" a play successfully. It was our classa
mates who built the props and flats for our new stage. We like
to feel that it was our "actors" who made the productions
We do not assert to have produced a hrst, or in any sense of
the word, extraordinary book. We do, however, claim the right
to have rehearsed the activities of the entire school and to have
detailed, as much as possible, the personal traits of all the
graduates. In the years to come, if this annual renews memories
of our class to those who follow us and to the class itself, we shall
rest assured that we have attained our goal.
Albert E Prxce Venus Thompson Russell K Harry
Presrdent V1ce Presldent Secretary
Ralph S M1ller James Carlm
Robert W Kothenour BS M A
Sluppcnsburg., Sfwtc Tmtlurs College
Columln 1 Umvt rsltv
Supt rvxsmg Prmtrpfxl
To the Graduates of 1957
It IS very approprmate that
you the graduates of 1957
should turn your attentxon to
the new unlt of our sthool sys
tem the kmdergarten lt would
seem to mdlcate a maturxty
and socral conscrousness not al
ways possessed by h1gh school
senxors Whrle to us kmdergarten
rs quxte new rt represents an
educatxonal concept that has
been growmg for many years
Durmg the Amermtan Revolutlon rn a lmttle German vrllage named Oberwe1ssbach was born
the father of the kmdergarten Frredrrch Wrlhelm Frobel accordlng to hxstorxcal accounts
was not a popular boy Hrs chlldhood was most unhappy and perhaps because of this he endeav
ored to establxsh a school that would brrdge the gap between home and the usual first grade class
At that trme the gap was qune large even as lt IS todav rn many places
There IS some evrdence that Frobel learned much from another great educator whose name
IS fammhar to all students of educat1onal hxstory Pestalozzx Frobel apparently belreved that
Pestalozzx had done a great deal but that he F robel could do much better Wxth a few frxends he
establxshed a vxllage school at Ke1lhau Th1s school was called The Universal German Educatlon
Instrtute and was at trmes under severe attack Frobel s dream of' an xdeal school led hmm to
develop rn hxs mmd the klexnkrnderbeschaftmgungsanstalt whxch ln German IS small chxldren s
occupatlon mstltute We may well be thankful that Frobel s mmd was practical enough not to
saddle the ldeal school wxth such a cumbersome tltle He accordmgly changed the name to
kmdergarten lkmder for chlldren and garten meanmg garden hence a garden of chxldren' D
My vrsxts to our kmdergarten umts mdrcate that they are truly that These students by
means of dances games and other act1v1t1es have developed a readmess for formal school work
seldom found among youngsters of therr age Recently on a v1s1t I asked one of the chxldren to
show me the number xndxcated by a certam number of objects Much to my surprrse every one of
the students then proceeded to prove that he could show assoclatron between the cardmal numbers
and a hmte number of objects up to and mcludmg the number ten In addxtxon they were learmng
to ldentnfy cxrcles squares and trxangles Thrs w11l prove of mestrmable value to them m thexr
future educatxonal work Truly our two kmdergarten classes would Justrfy Frredrxch Frobel s
belmef rn the xdeal school
It mxght be of some mterest to you to know that whxle the kmdergarten was establmshed
xn Germany rts concepts are certarnly not Prussxan As a matter of fact, the Prussran government
once banned the establxshment of the kmdergarten belxevmg It detrrmental to the Prusslan sys
tem It mxght also be of mterest to you to know that thxs addxtxonal servxce not only does not cost
the local taxpayers anythmg but by a queer qumrk of the law mt may actually support the remamder
of the school system by several thousand dollars per year
If there rs one final word to add to thms page whxch IS already becommg longer than mtended,
xt would be ask you to turn your attention now to the extensron of the educatronal system upward
to mclude at least grade 13 There is no reason not to assume that 1f the proposed reorgamzatlon
of the mtermedxate unrt takes place there cannot be one or more Junxor colleges establlshed m
the Frankl1n Fulton Adams area Above everythmg else let us endeavor to capture the spxrrt of
the kmdergarten and endeavor to make every part of our educatlonal expermences outslde that
system a Joy That IS not to say that school xs not work however for surely there IS Joy ln accom
phshments that come as a result of hard work As Robert Browmng has sa1d Thxs the taught
already that profits by teachmg May we always be among the taught'
TNIN. W. WiIlL'IY1flIl
rn-tary totl1c'SLlpvrVisir1g Prinri
Mr, Thomas Bnkcr, M. Ed
Somnl Stuciivs, G1-wgmphy
P1'IXIlSy'1X'lll1i1l State Collvgc
Mrs. Kathleen Shoop, A.B.
English Literature, Dramatics
French, Driver Education
Mr. Berk B. Meredith, B.S.
Shippensburg State Teachers College
Mr. Robert Stewart, B.S.
Chemistry, Science, Biology
Shippensburg State Teachers College
Mr. Gerald Stewart, B.S.
Shippensburg State Teachers College
Mrs. Kathleen Yoeum, B.S. Mrs. Patrieia Campbell, B.S.
English, Speech English
Shippenshurg State Teachers College Shippensburg State Teachers College
Miss Mary Skinner, B.S.
Social Studies, English, Art
Shippenshurg State Teachers College
Mr. William W. Shearer, A.B. Mr. Glenn Miniek, B.S.
History Mzithemzities, Science
Susiluehzinnn University Shippenshiirg State Teachers College
The class of 1957 is now departing from Fannett-Metal High School. Some of us may never
meet again, but we will always cherish the memories of being together in the years past.
We have come a long way since September, 1945, when we first started to school: From the
one-roomed school to our present, modern building. From first grade to our present senior year,
the year of graduation, which was far beyond our comprehensive powers to conceive when we
entered our first grade.
Finally came that glorious day when we entered the doors of the senior high school. At first
we felt a little timid, but then we became acquainted with our new surroundings and settled down
to four years of work.
Our first move as an organized group began with the election of officers. We elected Ronnie
Neil as Presidentg James Park, Vice President, Joyce Neil, Secretaryg Louise Yocum, Treasurer.
Edwin Rosenberry and Julia Hammond were elected to represent our class in the Student Council.
Our class adviser was Mr. Dale Troy. We sold ice cream as a class project. Then came the happy
ending of our first year of high school.
On August 30, 1954, we returned to school as sophomores, still the underclassmen of Fannett-
Metal High School. We elected as officers James Park, President, Kenneth Stake, Vice President,
Phyllis Hockenberry, Secretary, and Louise Yocum, Treasurer. Edwin Rosenberry and Julia
Hammond were again our representatives to the Student Council. Mrs. Kathleen Yocum was our
class adviser. During our sophomore year we purchased our class rings and sponsored several
roller skating parties at the Blue Mountain Roller Rink.
The much-looked-for day, the last day of school, finally arrived again. On this day the Student
Council sponsored an outing at Cowan's Gap State Park. We all had a very enjoyable time eating
hot dogs and everything that tastes so luscious when one is out-doors. The day was a grand climax
to a successful school year.
On August 30, 1955, we had the honored pleasure of entering the new Fannett-Metal High
School as juniors. At our first class meeting, James Park was elected Presidentg Phyllis Hocken-
berry, Vice Presidentg Doris Allen, Secretaryg Agnes Fleagle, Treasurer. Edwin Rosenberry, Kay
Carlin and Sam Crider were elected as Student Council representatives. Mrs. Kathleen Shoop
was our home room adviser. During this year we had seven members of our class in band, eight
in mixed chorus, three in girls' chorus, and five in the Dramatics Club.
Our projects for the year were selling Christmas Cards and sponsoring roller skating parties.
On November 10 we sponsored a card party. We had a wonderful time and decided to have a
similar one on Valentine's Day. The most important event was our annual Junior-Senior Banquet.
For a change of custom, we entertained the Seniors in the new gymnasium of our new school
with the Blue Notes Dance Band furnishing the music. It was the first that any class had had
LIVE music for such an occasion. Another first in Fannett-Metal history! Everyone enjoyed
himself and considered the event a real success.
Because our class won the attendance banner for the year, we were permitted to take a trip
to Hershey. There we toured the Hershey Chocolate Plant and visited Hershey Park. This trip
and the annual picnic at Cowan's Gap climaxed another school year.
The last week of August, 1956, we entered the doors of Fannett-Metal High School for the
last first-day of school. Our long awaited year was here. Somehow with the pleasure there was
also a nostalgic feeling. This was our last year to be with the old group.
At our first senior meeting we choose these people to lead our class through our last year:
james Park, President, Phyllis Hockenberry, Vice Presidentg Doris Allen, Secretary, Doris
Campbell, Treasurer. Ed Rosenberry, Kay Carlin, Sam Crider, and Virginia Goshorn were
representatives to the Student Council.
We sponsored many money-making projects to aid us in our senior class trip. We sold candy,
Christmas Cards, furnished hot dogs and cold drinks at the basketball games, and had one major
The senior activities filled the last month of school. The Prom given us by the Juniors and the
class trip were soon things of the past and Baccalaureate and Commencement were here.
In time the memories of the class events may fade, but we will never forget the friendships
we have shared.
Editor-in-Chief .....A,............. ..., P hyllis Hockenberry
Associate Editor and Photography ..... .... E dwin Rosenberry
Assistant Editor ....4.,..,,,..... .,,,,,,, J OYCC Neil
Business Editor ..,. .... K ay Campbell
Art Editor ..... ...,. R ose Adams
Sports Editor ..........,.... '-.A H arold Taylor
Music and Dramatics Editor. . . ..,, ...,..,. J ames Park
Advertisement Editor .i.... ,..,..,...., M artha Wineman
Typists. . ,.i.,.i,i.,4. ..... A gnes Fleagle, Doris Allen
Wanda Simpson, Kay Carlin
I should like to express my appreciation to the following for their unlimited assistance in the
making of the Tuscaroran: Mr. Robson and Mr. Kay, our publishers who helped us organize our
Yearbook in a very artistic wayg Mr. Andrews, our competent photographerg Mrs. Shoop, who
without her assistance, we could not have managedg to the Yearbook Staff-who put forth their
whole effort, and especially to our advertisers and patrons.
ROSE ADAMS i' -
"Rosie" . . . petite, quiet . . . sports a fgilfy
sparkler on the thirtl finger, left hand A'-"
Coniitles in Julia. f
FHA l, lg Band l, 2, 3, 11Snfety Patrol
lg Chorus 1, Z3 Hockey J, 3.
"A picture is ai poem without words."
"Doris" . . . often seen in ai lwlzifk
Plymouth . . . prefers the eolor lwluc' . . .
enjoys square tlanving . . . likes to he
FHA li Photo Cluli 2. il: lntrzininrzils
3, 'lg Hockey 2: Softlinll 3. lg Clziss
Officer 3, -11 Girls' Chorus J. lg Mixetl
Chorus 2. -33 Lilirzirinn -lg FTA 11 Corn
mercial Clnli Z1 Stuclent Seeretziry '11
"Sing, for faith anal hope :ire high
Love like ours van never die!" Kipling
"Buc'k' '... short . . . tzilkzitive . . . wears
grin . . . "Burk clitl it" . . . eonviet
FFA l, 2, 3, 'lg Photo Cluh -lg Intra-
niurzils 3, -1.
"I will tlie in the lnst clitehf'
William of Orange
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"Doris' '... tornluoy . . . asset in sports
. . .seen with Kay . . . ready for rnisehief.
FHA l, Z, 3, 43 Photo Cluli lg Intra-
n irfils 3 -1' Hockey il' Softlrill 3' Cliss
Officer -l' Student Seeretwry -1' FTA 4.
Who dqres nothing neul hope for
FHA 1, 4g Photo Club 4, Intramurals
3, 4, FTA 43 Student Secretary 4:
"A true friend is one soul in two bodies."
"Katie' '... vivacious . . . likes a Ply-
mouth . . . learning to ski . . . double-
dates with Martie.
Class Oflicer 43 Photo Club 2, 4: Intra-
murals 3, 41 Hockey 2, 3, 4: Softball 33
Draniatics 2: Mixed Chorus 1. 3: FHA
1, .33 Student Council 3, 4: Student
Council Ollicer 43 Safety Patrol 1 3 Com-
mercial Club 21 FTA 43 Intramural
Representative 43 Student Secretary 43
"A rolling stone gathers no moss." Syrus
"Kay" . . . Bub is her man . . . manages
Yearbook money . . . blushes easily . . ,
"Barb" . . . Hess's assistant . . . likes
to polka . . . "hold her, Newt" . . .
Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 Girls' Chorus
2, 3, 43 FHA 1, 2, 33 Intramurals 3, 43
Photo Club 2, 3, 4, Hockey 3, 43 Science
Club 2, 33 Commercial Club 23 Softball
3, 4, FTA 4. '
"One good turn deserves another."
Beaumont and Fletcher
"Barkis is willin'." Dickens
"Paul" . . . cowboy . . . outdoor type
. . . pilots a Merc' . . . has an interest in
Baseball 2g Intramurals 3, 4, FFA 1, 2,
"Sam . . . crewcut . . . never one to
hurry . . . popular with his classmates
. . . neat . . . friendly.
FFA l, 2, 3, 43 Student Council 1, 3, 43
Intramurals 3, 43 Photo Club 43 FFA
Officer 3, 4.
"Blessed be agriculture! if one does
not have too much of it." Warner
"Agnes" . . . studious . . . always out for
a good time . . . plays a hot sax . . . close
friend of Martie's.
FHA 13 Class Ofhcer 33 Band l, 2, 3, 43
Band Ofhcer 43 Safety Patrol 13 Library
33 Softball 3, 43 Hockey 3, 43 Mixed
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 Girls' Chorus 23 Intra-
murals 3, 43 Photo Club 2, 3, 43 Science
Club 2, 43 Commercial Club 23 Dramat-
ics 2, 3, 43 Forensics 2, 3, 43 FTA 43
"Be sure you are right, then go ahead."
"Bill' '... hasn't a worry in the world
. . . rather bashful . . . "Rich" is his pal
. . . drives a Ford.
f FFA l Intramurals 3, 4.
N JS, "He who desires naught will always be
' free." Laboulaye
"Bub" . . . enjoys hunting and fishing
. . . dislikes Shakespeare . . . likes base-
ball . . . yearns for Kay.
Baseball 2, 3, 43 Soccer 2, 3, 43 FFA 1,
2, 3, 43 Intramurals 3, 4.
"I'll make the fur fly 'bout the ears
of the old cur." Butler
p Y5 VIRGINIA GOSHORN
I Band l,2,3,-1gPhotoClub41FHA 1,35
Intramurals 3, Al 3 Hockey 2, 3, 4 3 Softball
35 Dramatics 23 Student Council 43
Student Secretary 4, Commercial Club
25 Science Club 2.
"Be true to your own highest convic'
"julia" . . . blonde , . . sits with Joe in
Library . . . mischievous blue eyes . . .
spends spare time reading . . . a great
FHA l, -lg Student Council l, 2.
"It is better to have loved and lost than
never to have loved at all." Tennyson
"Virginia" . . . "Deadeye" . . . nice to
know . . . neat . . . handles a Chevy well
. . . sleeps in P. O. D.
"Buckie" . . . seen with Buck . . . could
do without school . . . likes to pester
teachers . . . goes square dancing.
FFA 1, 3, 413 Photo Club 43 Intramurals
"Better a bad excuse, than none at all."
"Fay" . . . tall . . . loves square dancing
. . . another future nurse . . . usually with
FHA 1, 4, Intramurals 3, 4,
"They who love dancing too much seem
to have more brains in their feet than in
their head." Terence
"Suze" . . . blonde pony tail . . . meticu-
lous . . . prefers pink and white Dodges
. . . voted the prettiest in the class . . .
hopes to be a secretary.
FHA 13 Softball 3, 43 Class Officer 2, 3,
43 Intramurals 3, 43 Commercial Club 23
Photo Club 2, 43 Librarian 43 FTA 43
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"Sliirley" , . . independent and reserved
. , . very nice wardrobe . . . blushes
easily . . . likes good looking men.
Photo Club 2, 3, 43 Science C
Cvirlrs' Chorus l, 2, 3, lg Mixed Cho
J, 3. 13 Hockey 23 Commercial Clu
FTA 43 Intramurals 33 FHA l.
"A penny for your thought." Lyly
"Wrinkles" . . . studious . . . devoted to
"Beauty is a powerg a smile is its
Student Secretary 43 Yearbook Staff.
'lRich" . . . seen but not heard . . . black
wavy hair . . . Chrysler Products ean't
be beat . . . blushes quite often.
Photo Club 2, 43 Commercial Club 23
Intramurals 3, 43 Student Secretary 4.
"God's mills grind slow but sure."
Chambersburg . . . gets along with
teachers . . . likes to eat . . . conscientious.
Safety Patrol l3 Science Club 43 Student
Secretary -13 Librarian 3, 43 FTA 43
"Hitch your wagon to a star." Emerson
F "ParkV" . . . main interests are in music
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J . . . tlrives a hot convertible . . . mouse
ff QQ trap salesman . . . wine, women, and
Bantl 1, 2, 3, 43 FFA Bands 1, 2, 39
Science Club Presitlent 2, 43 Dramaties
J, 3, 4, Class Otlicer 1, Z, 3, 43 Basket-
ball 31 Baseball 2, 3, 4: Soccer 2, 3, 43
Safety Patrol Captain lg P. M. E. A.
Orchestras 43 Chorus 2, 3. 43 P. M. E. A.
Bantls J, 3, 43 FFA l, 2, 33 Intramurals
3, 45 Forensics 3, 43 Yearbook Staff.
"Such sweet compulsion cloth in music
"Ftl' ',.. ilislikes cotliee :mil women 1?l
...too big to tangle with . . . Hail! West
Chester . . . sharp tlresser . . . 'Doilges'
FFA lg Basketball 33 Baseball 2, 3, 43
Soccer J, 3, 41 Banil 2, 3, 4, Chorus
2, 3, -lg Student Council 1, 2, 3, 43
Dramatics J, 3, 43 Photo Club 2, 3, 45 'hi
Science Club J, 4, Commercial Club 25 Wg
Intramurals 3, 4: Forensics 3, 43 Year-
"That favorite subject, myself."
"Gladys" . . . lover of poetry and hill-
billy music . . . passion for cops . . . likes
Fords . . . usually with june.
"With me poetry has not been a purpose
but a passion. Poe
MARY JUNE ROWLES
"June" . . . possesses a friendly smile
. . . wears class ring with the initials
chews gum in shorthand class. -
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Bottom Row Sara Mae Kling Martha Fleming Wanda Gibbons Louetta
johnson Nancy Johnson Vonnie Hockenberry Barbara McAllen Louise
Linn Rachel Junkins
Second Row Mary Junkin Vonnie Piper Janet Rosenberry Patsy Neil Carol
McClure Geneva Boggs Patricla Hammond Beverly McGee
Third Row: Edward Miller, Robert O'Donnell, Larry Shearer, Philip Hammond,
Phyllis Dague, John Stewart, Gary Rowles.
Top Row: Harold Goshorn, Arthur Gipe, Alex Shearer, Richard Miller, Richard
Hurley, Norman Locke.
The class officers of this year are:
President ....., i i .... Beverly McGee
Vice President. . . ..... Alex Shearer
Secretary ........ . . . . . .Sara Mae Kling
Treasurer .... ........,....i...... P hilip Hammond
The class projects for 1956 were selling sweat shirts with school emblems
showing movies for the public, and selling fountain pens.
Owen St, Clair,
Forty-five eager sophomores entered their home rooms this fall. Their ap-
pointed advisers were Mr. Meredith and Mr. Gerald Stewart.
The class otlficers were as follows:
President ,,... ,....... .r.. D o nald Miller
Vice President .... .... L arry McGee
Secretary ..,... , , , ........ Barbara Gamble
Treasurer ...,...r......,..,.... Bonnie Rosenberry
Student Council members were Larry McGee and Jane Kling.
We had eight members in the band, eight members in the girls' chorus, and
four members in the mixed chorus.
The sophomores were very proud of their basketball playersee Norman Curf-
man, Larry McGee, Ralph Crouse, and Joe Allen.
We have had one casulaty this year: Richard Woods broke his leg.
Bottom Row Dorothy Laman Jean Collins Marlene Boggs Nancy Hammond
Thelma Collins Mary Crouse Shirley Varner Virginia Gibbons Della Woods
Second Row Edward Hockenberry Nellie North Louise Wood Fay junkms
Julia Shaffer Nancy Brown Emily Snow Robert Price
Top Row David Henry Warren McGowan Frank North Arthur Heaton
Patrick Junkins Sidney Murray
Bottom Row: Allan Piper, Ruth Wilson, Joan Locke, Sally McClure, Patsy
Campbell, Ralph Campbell, Walter Dague. A
Second Row: Ronald Eaton, David McClure, Erwin Gamble, Wilbur Long,
Charles Maxwell, Stanley Burdge, Robert Hockenberry.
Top Row: Samuel Mowery, John Semple, Larry Clayton, Ronald Thompson,
Bottom Row: Velma Campbell, Grace Fleagle, Shirley Neil, Mary johnson,
Nancy O'Donnell, Peggy Hockenberry, Maxine Geyer.
Second Row: Marvin Hammond, Larry Crouse, Ronald Varner, Shirley Miller,
Anna Fay Shoemaker, Jane Kling, Connie Bruck, Betty Parmer.
Top Row: Bill Coons, Teddy Fleming, Carey Shearer, Ronald Wilson, Carl
Lauthers, Dwain Dorty, Glen Taylor.
EIGHTH GR DE
Bottom Row: Loretta Burkholder, Shirley Parks, Nancy Campbell, Mary
Mowery, Lena Peterson, Phyllis Johnson, Glenda Miller, Anna Mae Ecken-
rode, Jean Campbell.
Second Row: joe Souders, Larry Miller, Norman Davis, William Thomas,
Robert St. Clair, Terry Simpson, Frank McAllen, Paul Freet, Lawrence Briggs,
Top Row: Dennis Freet, James Byran, Floyd Gibbons, Matthew Felmlee,
Kenny McGee, Paul Long.
Bottom Row: Beverly Morton, Kay Johnson, June Piper, Karolyn Hammond,
Nancy Piper, Ruth junkin, Susan Crouse, Jane Coons, Brenda Umbrell,
Second Row: Graydon McMullen, William Hockenberry, Allan Opilo, Joseph
Eckenrode, Donald Miller, Kenneth Gipe, Dorothy Hammond, Betty Hocken-
berry, Shirley Johnson.
Top Row: Edward Cornelius, Peter McHenry, Harvey Burkholder, Ralph
Campbell, Tommy Baker, John Leatherman, Robert Felmlee, Harvey Yocum,
SEVE TH GR DE
Bottom Row: Mac Groce, Leona Runk, Esther Dorty, Bonnie Pechard, Carolyn
jones, Judy Smith, Ed Locke, Nancy Rosenberry, Doris McGowan, Mildred
Second Row: George Book, Ronald Fleming, Peggy Johnson, Grace Yohe, Sandy
Carlin, Jane Wineman, Betty Fleagle, Norman Hampton, Fred Johnson.
Top Row: Glen McGee, Melvin Neil, Ed Crouse, Robert Miller, Charles Felmlee,
Sidney Rosenberry, Jewel Umbrell, Arthur Clayton.
Sitting: Sally McClure, Kay Carlin, Virginia Goshorn, Elinore Gipe, Beverly
McGee, Ed Rosenberry, john Stewart, Larry McGee, Betty Parmer, jane
Kling, William Thomas.
Standing: Mr. Meredith, Samuel Crider, George Book, Donald Miller, Charles
STUDE T COUNCIL
At the beginning of the 1956-57 school term, the Student Council was organized
with four representatives from the senior class, three from the junior, and two from the
sophomore, freshmen, eighth and seventh, grades.
The Student Council has been selling ice cream during the lunch period to make
money to provide assemblies and movies for school entertainment. At the end of the
term it sponsors a school picnic at Cowan's Gap for all students and faculty members.
The members of the Student Council have decided to have the school jackets the
same as the school colors, red and white.
President. , , Edwin Rosenberry
Vice President, . . , . , . . .john Stewart
Secretary-Treasurer. . . , . .Kay Carlin
Adviser . . . , . , . .Mr. Meredith
Seniors Juniors Sophomores Eighth Grade
Samuel Crider Beverly McGee Jane Kling Ronald Vzirner
Edwin Rosenberry John Stewart Larry McGee William TIIUIUUS
I5?y,C.ar2,n h Elmore Gipe Freshmen Seventh Grade
lfgmla OS Om Charles Maxwell Georg- Bmfk
Sally McClure Donald Miller
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The present Senior class has been interested in Forensics since they entered high school.
In 1956 the Franklin County Contest was held at Shippensburg State Teachers
The contestants were:
Jane Stewart .... ,.,. S erious Declamation
Delores Briggs. . , .,..,....., Discussion
Agnes Fleagle, .... , . . ,Poetry
Martha Wineman ..,. . , .,.,.,...,.. Radio
Edwin Rosenberry A... . , . , Original Oration
The District Meet also was held at Shippensburg State Teachers College, and every-
one except our poetry reader was a contestant. However, Martha Wineman was the only
one to return with a SUPERIOR rating. jane Stewart and Edwin Rosenberry each
received EXCELLENT ratings.
This gave Fannett-Metal the privilege of being represented at the State Contest
which was held in Pittsburgh in May. Martha Wineman was accompanied by her mother,
Mrs. F. W. Wineman, Mrs. Raymond Shoop, her coach, and Jane Stewart. They stopped
at the William Penn Hotel and enjoyed themselves immensely. One ofthe many high-
lights of the trip was seeing Cinerama.
Although Martha did not receive a Superior rating because of competitors who
were student-announcers and had had previous experience, her rating was good. The ex-
perience was well worth while and one that will always be remembered.
Front Row: Tommy Baker, Allan Opilo, Martha Wineman, Linda Wineman, jim
Park, Edward Locke.
Second Row: Sara Mae Kling, Ed Rosenberry, Elinore Gipe, Alex Shearer,
Beverly McGee, John Stewart, Dorcas Thompson.
Top Row: Mrs. Shoop, Larry McGee, Mary Junkin, Norman Curfman, Agnes
Fleagle, Philip Hammond, Phyllis Dague, Norman Locke.
The present Senior Class has had members in the dramatic club for the last three
In our Sophomore year the club presented The Night of january 16. Kay Carlin,
Agnes Fleagle, Martha Wineman, Ed Rosenberry, and James Park all had leading parts
in this production.
During our Junior year Agnes Fleagle, James Park, Ed Rosenberry, and Martha
Wineman appeared in the comedy, Father Knows Best. Agnes Fleagle was also the
student director of this play.
In our Senior year we presented The Remarkable Mr. Pennypacker. Although this
was a very difficult play, our club presented it with enthusiasm.
To the director and to the cast it will remain the culmination of their high school
dramatic career. This surpassed the peak they felt they had reached in the production of
The Night of january 16. Never will we forget Mr. Pennypacker's consternation when he
gave the line: "Boy, you belong in Philadelphia."
Because of the superb portrayal of Grandpa by Edwin Rosenberry, many thought
this should have been entitled, The Remarkable Grandpa Pennypacker. His subtle
remarks so cleverly given held the audience's attention throughout. His philosophy was
very well expressed: "Keep your soul out of hell, your body out ofjail, and your name out
of the newspaper." Ma Pennypacker's "God forgive meg maybe half of your father
was all I was ever entitled to" was her attitude toward her husband.
Our dramatic club plans to present the one act play "The Valiant," at Forensics this
year. This will be on a competitive basis.
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Bottom Row: Shirley Miller, Agnes Fleagle, Barbara Cole, Barbara IVICAllen, Martha
Winenian, Elinore Gipe, Margaret Umhrell, Patsy Johnson, Mary Crouse, Nancy
Second Row: Beverly McGee, Rachael junkins, Rozetta Naugle, Nancy johnson,
Louetta Johnson, Patsy Hammond, Wanda Gihhons, Sara Mae Kling, Doris Allen,
Third Row: Dorcas Thompson, Donna Goshorn, Connie Arnold, jane Kling, LaWanda
Nlorris, Vonnie Arnold, Betty Guyer, Beverly Uinhrell, Shirley Seilwert, Vonnic Piper.
Top Row: Mrs. Hartz, Connie McGowan, Patsy Campbell, Sally lVIt'Ch1re, ,Ioan Locke,
Ruth Wilson, julia Shaffer, Shirley Varner, Eniilv Snow.
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Bottom Row: jane Wineman, Marthe Wineman, Bonnie Rosenberry, Nancy Rosenberry. Second
Row: Wanda Gibbons, Nancy Coons, Mary Crouse, Vonnie Arnold, Kay Baker, Philip Hammond,
Mr. Meredith. Third Row: Vonnie Piper, Donna Goshorn, Connie Arnold, Patsy johnson, Sally
McClure, Bonnie Groce. Fourth Row: David McClure, Edwin Rosenberry, john Stewart, jim
Park, Virginia Goshorn, Marvin Miller, Top Row: Alex Shearer, Agnes Flcagle.
Baritone Horn Bell Lyre
Ed Rosenberry Wanda Gibbons
French Horn Flute
Jim Park Sally McClure
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Marvin Hammond Clifmefs A ld
Alto Saxophones Kgyngakgpo
Our band becomes more active every year. This past summer and fall, we performed in
parades at McConnellsburg, Cleversburg, Shippensburg, and Chambersburg. We played
for festivals and block parties throughout the valley and at Roxbury, Mercersburg, and
Lemasters. Our band entertained at the Path Valley Picnic and at the Speer's Grove
We plan to present an assembly program in December and to present a public concert
There will be members of our band participating in the Franklin Music Festival in
Jim Park was selected through tryouts to play in the Southern District P. M. E. A.
Band in February, 1957, at Gettysburg and later was informed that he was selected to
play in the Southern District P. M. E. A. Orchestra at Pequea Valley in April.
Our band has gained two new musicians, Jane Coons, Marvin Hammond, one ma-
jorette, Bonnie Rosenberry, and two bearers, Nancy Rosenberry, Jane Wineman to dis-
play our new banner which was purchased at the beginning of the year.
Our new director is Mr. Meredith.
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Left to Right: Barbara Cole, Martha Wineman, Kay Carlin, Joyce Neil, Shirley
Miller, Mrs. Campbell, Agnes Fleagle, Doris Allen, Doris Campbell, Kay
Campbell, Phyllis Hockenberry.
THE FUTURE TE CHERS of AMERIC
A new club which was organized at the beginning of this year for the first time has
become very successful in our school. It is called The Future Teachers Club and the
adviser is Mrs. Patricia Campbell.
This club has become very popular among the students. It is good experience for
anyone desiring to become a teacher. It also enables the student teachers to come in
contact with the teachers and provides better relationship between the students and
This year the group of girls substituted for teachers in the junior-Senior High School
when there was illness or when the teachers were in meetings. The majority of teaching
was done in the elementary schools where the student teacher took complete charge in
the classroom. Kindergarten became the most popular group for the student teachers.
On September 15, 1956, we had the grand opening of the Fannett-Metal High School
library. All students and teachers were invited to take part in a guided tour of the library.
Mrs. Shoop and the librarians greeted the guests at the door and then showed them
through the library identifying the different sections of book shelves, explaining the use
of the many library utilities, and answering questions concerning the library.
Mrs. Shoop, with the help of the librarians, worked out a regular library schedule
with at least three library periods a day. We have a very adequate selection of books.
The school purchased 375 books this year. We have 28 current magazines in the
We have four librarians: Phyllis Hockenberry, Doris Allen, Joyce Neil, and Phyllis
Second Row :
Owen St. Clair,
FUTURE FARMERS of AMERIC
Officers of the F. F. A. for the school year of 1956-S7 are as follows
Treasurer. . .
Watch Dog. . .
Vice-President. . . . . .William Campbell
. . .,... Harold Taylor
. . .Owen St. Clair
. . . . . .Glen Doyle
. . .Marvin Adams
Our group had three important projects this year. We raised a large field of corn which
we sold and the proceeds went into our treasury. We also built a brooder house and made
speaker boxes for the elementary schools.
We attended the South Mountain Fair and the Pennsylvania State Farm Show
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Mairy June Rowles,
FUTURE HOME RS of AMERICA
Adviser . . . Miss Reid
President . Mary junkin
ViceAPresident. . . Sara Mae Kling
Secretary ..,.,. , . . . Barbara McAllen
Treasurer ,,.,. .,..,..., . .Wanda Gibbons
Dorcas Thompson and Wanda Gibbons were selected to take part in a county wide
F. H. A. meeting at Selinsgrove this year.
The County F. H. A. Council met on November 18, to plan the next meeting. It was
decided that the meeting would be held in February.
The F. H. A. ofhcers are planning to attend the F. H. A. meeting at the Pennsylvania
State Farm Show this year.
DRIVER ED CATIO
Driver education is offered as a required subject for all students who are sixteen, mir
who will be sixteen before the school semester is finished. The ear is furnished through
the courtesy of the Chambersburg Ford Company.
Martha Wineman was appointed chairman from Fannett-Metal High School to
attend the Teenage Driver's Conference. Philip Hammond, Elinore Gipe, and Richard
Miller accompanied her with Mrs. Shoop, their adviser.
In May. l056, Richard Miller, Doris Allen, and John Stewart attended a Drivers'
Road-eko at Waynesboro. Richard Miller tied for hrst place in driving. Richard, john,
and Doris all came in among the top ten.
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Intramurals are sports played within the school between grades. We had Intramural
Teams this year for the hrst time. We play on a grade and home room basis. We have
three leagues: Senior High Boys' League, Junior High Boys' League, and Girls' League.
Last year the intramural program was won by: Senior High League 12A Boys.
junior High League 8A, and Girls' League 11th grade.
Approximately seventyrfive percent of the student body participated in intramurals.
This year the following activities have been offered:
Girls: Speedball, Basketball, Volleyball, Badminton, and Softball.
junior High Boys: Soccer, Basketball, Volleyball, Softball, and Horseshoes.
Senior High Boys: Touch Football, Basketball, Volleyball, Softball, Horseshoes, and
This year the cheerleaders have given outstanding support to the teams of our school.
They are a lively group and deserve much credit for their excellent cheerleading and pep
This year, the second active year, the cheerleaders became the proud owners of letterf
sweaters which were purchased through the help of the Student Council and P. T. A.
They held a roller-skating party in the fall, in order to make funds to purchase two more
skirts. Try-outs were given at the beginning ofthe year to every one interested, and three
girls were selected.
This year they cheered for soccer and supported our team at home games. They have
learned many new cheers and yells which are being used for basketball games.
Mrs. Patricia Campbell is the adviser and the captain is Martha Wineman. The
members are as follows:
Sara Mae Kling
McConnellsburg ..,. 2
Blain ...,,..,..... 3
Hustontown ,...... 5
McConnellsburg ..., 5
Greencastle ........ 2
St. Thomas .4., . . 3
Buchanan ,.,. . . 4
Scotland. . . , . 3
Quincy .,...,A . . 2
Greencastle .... . . 2
St. Thomas ,.,, . . 0
Buchanan .... . . 4
Scotland. . . . . 3
Quincy ..... . . 1
Our best players were seniors, but due to the inexperience of the other players we
did not have the team we had expected. With a little more experience we hope to have a
better team next year.
The players are:
Left Wing ....,..
Left Inner. . .
Right Inner. . .
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Left Halfback ......
Center Halfback ....
. . . .Bill Felmlee
. . , .Harold Taylor
... . .Don Miller
. . .Richard Miller
. . .Norman Locke
. . . . .Ed Rosenberry
Right Halfback .... .... R ichard Hurley
Left Fullback .... ..... J ohn Semple
Right Fullback .... . ........ Glen Doyle
Goal ........... ............... N orman Curfrnan
Arthur Gipe Mack McGee, Robert O'Donnell, Alex Shearer, Joe Allen Jerry Camp
bell Ralph Crouse, Larry McGee, Ray O'Donnell, Richard Woods, Ralph Campbell
Robert I-Iockenberry, Marvin Miller and Sidney Murray.
The players on the Junior Varsity are:
Stanley Burdge David McClure Robert Price
Erwin Gamble Sam Mowery Dennis Seibert
Allen Piper Frank North Ed Hockenberry
Robert St. Clair
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First Row Larry McGee Richard Hurley Norman Locke Philip Hammond
Second Row Mr Hess John Semple Alex Shearer Norman Curfman Richard
Miller Larry Shearer
Fannett-Metal . .
The players are:
Green Hill. .
St. Thomas. , .
St. Thomas. . .
Richard Miller, Richard Hurley, Norman Locke, Alex Shearer Philip Hammond
Norman Curfman, Larry McGee, and john Semple.
We lost six seniors from last year's team. There are no seniors on the team this year
We are rebuilding with last year's junior Varsity team. We have extended our schedule
from 16 games to 20 games this year.
First Row: Charles Maxwell, Ronald Eaton, Frank North Marvin Miller
Stanley Burdge, Robert Hockenberry, Larry McGee.
Second Row: Mr. Hess, Larry Clayton, Sidney Murray, Joe Allen Ralph Camp
bell, Ralph Crouse, Owen St. Clair, Allan Piper.
JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL
The players are:
Green Hill ..,.,
St. Thomas ,...
Quincy .... .
St. Thomas ...,
Green Hill .,,..
Blain ..... .
Robert Hockenberry, Charles Maxwell, Joe Allen, Larry McGee Larry Clayton
Marvin Miller, Ralph Crouse, Sidney Murray, Stanley Burdge Frank North Ronald
Eaton, and Ralph Campbell.
The team is made of mostly freshmen with two sophomores
First Row: Doris Campbell, Beverly McGee, Joan Locke, Agnes Fleagle, Barbara
Cole, Kay Carlin, Barbara McAllen, Wanda Simpson, Martha Wineman,
Virginia Goshorn, Vonnie Arnold, Jane Kling.
Second Row: May O'Donnell, Jean Collins, Mary Crouse, Connie Arnold, Nellie
North, Julia Shaffer, Sally McClure, Ruth Wilson, Nancy Hammond, Patsy
This was the second year for hockey as a part ofthe school activity. The teain pracf
ticed every evening after school, if weather permitted, with the assistance of Mrs. Kockf
enour, the coach.
Our hockey team played six games this season: two with Scotland, two with Green-
castle: one with Penn Hall, which we won with a 3-0 victoryg and one with Shippcnsliurg,
which we won 5-0.
The team went to Shippensburg State Teachers College for a practice game, and they
also went to Wilson College to watch experienced palyers.
Kay Carlin was elected captain of the team.
Positions were played as follows:
Barbara McAllen, . , G jane Kling. . RW
Barbara Cole. . LFB Elinore Gipe. . . . , RIF
Virginia Goshorn ,... . RFB Martha Wineman. CF
Beverly McGee, . . , RHB Vonnie Arnold, , LIF
Kay Carlin .... . . , . CHB Wanda Simpson. . , LW
Agnes Fleagle . , . . , . , . LHB
Substitutes were Doris Campbell, Connie Arnold, Joan Locke, Dorcas Thompson,
Julia Shaffer, Ruth Wilson, Sally McClure, Mary Crouse, Mae O'Donnell, Nellie North,
Nancy Hammond, Patsy Campbell, Jean Collins.
Front Row: Harold Goshorn.
Second Row: Lyle Crouse, Gray Hockenberry, Harold Taylor Robert Bricker
Jim Peterson, David Junkin, Rhea Miller, Glen Doyle Larry Adams Arthur
Third Row: Mr. Shearer, Philip Hammond, Joe Allen Richard Hurley Ralph
Thompson, Ed Rosenberry, Alex Shearer, Donald Coons Ralph Crouse
Green Hill. .
Quincy. . . , .
Green Hill. .
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The Fannet-Metal Baseball Team, after losing six seniors tinished the season with a
retord of 5 wins and 9 defeats.
The players were:
Pitcher Arthur Gipe 3rd Base jim Peterson
Catcher David junkin Short Stop Rhea Miller
lst Base Norman Curfman Left Field Robert Brinker
Znd Base Harold Taylor Center Field Lyle Crouse
Right Field Glen Doyle
Gray Hockenberry, Larry Adams, Ed Rosenberry, jim Park Ralph Thompson
Richard Miller, Richard Hurley, Matthew McAllen, Joe Allen Donald Coons and Alex
Due to our softball team getting organized rather late, we played only one school,
which was McConnellsburg. We won our home game, but we lost on their held. Miss
Reid was our coach.
We hope to have a better team this year.
The players were:
Pitcher Martha Wineman
Catcher Barbara Cole
lst Base Marcia Varner
2nd Base - Diane Parker
3rd Base Kay Carlin
Short Stop' Beverly Gallagher
Left Fieldrf Agnes Fleagle
Center Field Phyllis Hockenberry
Right Field Connie McGowan
Virginia Goshorn, Doris Campbell, Vonnie Arnold, Connie Arnold, Kay Campbell,
and Doris Allen.
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Office Practice is the polishing touch given to all Commercial Students during
their Senior year.
Students learn to integrate the knowledge
learned in all commercial subjects and use
this knowledge in the oftice while acting in
the capacity of Student Secretary.
We learn how a Secretary should act and
how to operate a few machines, such as the
calculator, the mimeograph, the spirit du-
plicator, and the Stenorette.
We, the class of nineteen hundred and fifty-seven, being of sound mind and body, do
hereby declare and affirm this to be our last will and testament.
Rose Adams wills her pony tails to Barbara McAllen.
Doris Allen wills her soprano voice to Patsy Johnson.
Alfred Buck wills his ability to get out of work to Lula Bell Gipe.
Doris Campbell wills her athletic ability to her sisters.
Kay Campbell wills her Bookkeeping to Rachel Junkins.
Kay Carlin wills her athletic ability to her sister. Sandy.
Paul Carlin wills his nerve to Owen St. Clair.
Barbara Cole wills her athletic ability and her hockey stick to Shirley Miller.
Samuel Crider wills his Project books to Mr. Fitzgerald.
Glen Doyle wills his books to Arthur Gipe.
Agnes Flcagle wills her mathematical ability to Richard Miller.
Bill Geyer wills his procrastination to Philip Hammond.
Virginia Goshorn wills her ability to play hockey to her sister, Donna.
Julia Hammond wills her love of Elvis Presley to Miss Reid and Mrs. Shoop.
Donald Hockenberry wills his P. O. D. to Harold Goshorn.
Fay Hockenberry wills her height to Velma Campbell.
Phyllis Hockenberry wills her love of "Jim" to anyone who wants it.
Richard Miller wills his adoration of Dodges to his brother, Ed.
Shirley Miller wills her French knowledge to La Wanda Morris.
Joyce Neil wills her Shorthand to Bob O'Donnell.
Jim Park wills his ability to drink hard cider to Norman Locke, and his musical ability
to Susan Crouse.
Ed Rosenberry wills his ability to play basketball to John Semple, and his acting ability
to John Stewart.
Gladys Rowles wills her pierced ears to Mrs. Shoop.
Mary June Rowlcs wills her shorthand to Vonnie Piper.
Caroline Seniple wills her rock 'n roll pins to Mary Junkin.
Wanda Simpson wills her hockey stick to Connie Arnold,
Harold Taylor wills his baseball ability to John Semple.
Martha VVineman wills her acting ability to Beverly McGee, and her baton to Bonnie
I now appoint in the presence of the following witnesses. Beverly McGee, president
ofthe class of l958, to serve as legal executor of this sacred document.
Mr. Robert W. Kochenour
Mrs. Kathleen Shoop
"Class of 1957"
James Park, President
Tallest. . Harold Taylor
Shortest. . . . . . Alfred Buck
Most studious girl. . Joyce Neil
Most musical ..... ,.... J ames Park
Athletic boy . Harold Taylor
Athletic girl . . . . ..... Kay Carlin
Best personality: boy ..... Samuel Crider
Best personality: girl Phyllis Hockenberry
Neatest boy ..,. ...,.. S amuel Crider
Neatest girl .... , . . . Martha Wineman
Most ambitious girl . ....... Joyce Neil
Most ambitious boy Edwin Rosenberry
Bashful Boy ...., . Samuel Crider
Bashful girl, . Shirley Miller
Actress . .Martha Wineman
Actor. . . Edwin Rosenberry
Lady ..... . . , . Rose Adams
Gentleman. . . . . Samuel Crider
Most handsome. . . , . , James Park
Prettiest. , . . . .Phyllis Hockenberry
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CRESSLERS FRUIT MARKET
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WARREN M SHOOP
Sprmg Run P1
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JOHN F HOLTRY
Phone Kelogg 2 6117
CECIL C FELMLEE
Electrical Repalr Senxce
Fnxtures 81 Suplxes
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STOUFFER S GARAGE
Car 'md Tmctor Tlres
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Inspectlon Smtxon No 6037
Phone Kellogg 2 5632
CECIL C FELMLEE
NATIONWIDI INSURANCF CO
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THE PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK
BLACKBURN AND RUSSELL
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THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Ship ucnsburg, I
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Every Servlce Consistent with Good Banking
MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
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THOMAS S BAKER
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Your Locol Bank Stlmulote The
Growth of Your Community
Be Thnfty And Be Happy
Your Bonking Business ond Your Money In
NEW ENTERPRISE STONE 8. LIME CO INC
Dry Run Pcnnsylxanll
AGRICULTURAL PULVERIZED LIMESTONE
CRUSHED STONES OF ALL GRADES
New Intcrprxsn Pennsxlmml
Bagged, Bulk or Spread
THE NATIONAL BANK OF CHAMBERSBURG
THE OLD NATIONAL
Second Oldest Bank In Pennsylvanlo
Fort Loudon and Guilford Hllls
Me be ot Fede al Depost l su a ce Co porat on
Farmers and Merchants
Trust Co ot Chambersburg
A Good Place To
Do Your Banking
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Thirty-First Oldest Bank in United States
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ALEXANDERSI G A SUPERMARKET
tAIumnn Class of 427
Ury Run, Pal.
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