Fannett Metal High School - Tuscaroran Yearbook (Willow Hill, PA)
- Class of 1958
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Volume V1 11
"We are the dreamers of dreams
Published by the Senior Class
of Faunclt-Metal High School
"If you can dream and not make dreams your master."
This year we have set dreams as a guide and theme for our year-
book planning. Although dreams are only figments of the imagina-
tion, they give men a creative power to build and to advance. This
power in turn gives men something for which to strive. Our ambitions
and dreams range from farmers and housewives, to schoolteachers and
engineers. We are growing up now and are willing to accept responsi-
bilities instead of having someone else accept them for us. It is now
that we must accomplish our dreams. Perhaps all of our dreams and
ambitions will not be fulfilled, but if we succeed in a portion of them,
we will have proved that they are not useless.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
'President Vice President
James Goshorn Merle McGee
Secretary Treasurer Member
Russell Harry Bruce Small Venus Thompson
To The Graduates Of 1958:
In 1956 a dream came true for Dr. James B. Pritchard. For years German and American
archeologists had disagreed as to what city was buried under el-Jib- - the Germans maintaining
that it was Beeroth and the Americans Gibeon. By two summers of careful planning, Dr. Pritchard
has proved beyond any reasonable doubt that the buried city is indeed Gibeon.
Those of you who are students of Biblical history may recall that it was at Gibeon that Solomon
had his famous dream in which he asked for wisdom in preference to riches. You may recall, too,
that a dream was responsible for Solomon's building his famous temple according to the plans
of David, his father. Recorded history is full of similar accounts in which dreams have altered
the events of the times.
Youth have sometimes been accused of being too prone to "day-dream". I submit, however,
that you should not be discouraged from dreaming. It is only by dreams - - visions, if you prefer - -
that mankind has been able to lift himself above the level of the other animals. Youth somehow
seems to have the ability to dream to a greater extent than older people. Walter D. Cocking,
writing in the February 1958 issue of The School Executive, has said, "It is a hard yet real
truth that vision, courage, and creativity are characteristics which only those who are young in
years possess in large abundancey.
just one word of caution, however, in your dreaming. It must be accompanied by much hard
work. It was fine for Dr. Pritchard to dream of finding the lost city of Gibeon, lying buried for
over two thousand years. But before he could carry out his dream many months of detailed
planning were necessary.
There is a common tendency to call results of such a dream "luck." One of the greatest dis-
coveries of modern time, the discovery of vulcanization of rubber, was attributed to luck. Charles
Goodyear, never attributed this discovery to luck. He had already worked for over five years on
the problem when he accidentally threw his mixture of gum and sulphur on a pot-bellied stove,
thereby ushering in a new era in transportation. About this accident he stated that like Newton's
falling apple, it had meaning only for a man "whose mind was prepared to draw an inference."
Have your dreams then. We do not discourage you from having them. But be certain that
you are prepared to pay the price in terms of hard work that is necessary to put them into execu-
tion. About everything else make certain that your minds are "prepared to draw an inference"
when luck does come as a result of your dreams. We trust too that there will be a new interest
in the dream that Gibeon's re-discovery has brought to our attention, and that you will choose
as Solomon did. If you do, you will undoubtedly agree with Edward Markham that
"Great it is to believe the dream
When we stand in youth by the starry stream,
But a greater thing is to iight life through
And say at the end, 'The dream is truel' "
Robert W. Kochenour
Mr. Thomas Baker, B.S., M.Ed
Social Studies, Geography
Pennsylvania State College
"'All that we see or seem
is but a dream within a dream"
Mrs. J. W. Wineman
Secretary to the Supervising Principal
Mr. Robert Stewart, B.S. Mrs. Patricia Campbell, B.S.
Chemistry, Science, Biology English
Shippensburg State Teachers College Shippensbllfg State Teachers College
Mr. Glen Minick, B.S. Miss Mary Skinner, B.S.
Mathematics, Science Mr, Berk B. Meredith, B.S. Social Studies, Art
Shippensburg State Teachers College Commercial Subjects Shippensburg State Teachers College
Shippensburg State Teachers College Pennsylvania State University
Mrs. Anna Mae Bock Mr. Gerald Stewart, B.S.
Home Economics Mathematics, Commercial Subjects
Juniata College Shippensburg State Teachers College
Mr. Keith L. Hess, A.B. Mrs. Kathleen Yocum, B.S. Mr. William W. Shearer, A.B
Health, Physical Education English History
Basketball Coach Shippensburg State Teachers College Susquehanna University
Mrs. Kathleen Shoop, A.B. Mr. Millard Fitzgerald, B.S.
English Literature, Dramatics, Vocational Agriculture, Science
French, Driver Education Pennsylvania State University
Mrs. Mildred Hartz, B.S.
Lebanon Valley College
Mrs. Elizabeth North
Standing: Left to Right. Richard Hurley, John Stewart, Elinore Gipe, Mrs.
Seated: Left to Right. Gary Rowles, Larry Shearer, Richard Miller, Nancy
Johnson, Beverly McGee, Philip Hammond, Dorcas Thompson, Phyllis
Dague, Geneva Boggs.
Editor-in-Chief .......... . .
Associate Editor ....
Assistant Editor ....
Business Editor. . .
Art Editor. ..,.,.......,. . .
Sports Editor ..........,.......
Music and Dramatics Editor ....
Advertisement Editor ...,.....
. .Beverly McGee
. . . . .Elinore Gipe
. .,.. Gary Rowles
. . . . .Phyllis Dague
. . . .Larry Shearer
. . . . .Elinore Gipe
. .Richard Hurley
. . . . .Geneva Boggs
"We are such stuff
As dreams are made on."
It is my desire to extend sincere thanks and appreciation to all those individuals
who devoted their time and hard work in order that this publication of the
Tuscaroran could be completed.
Those who especially deserve recognition are: Mr. Robson and Mr. Kaye, our
publishersg Mr. Andrews, our photographerg Mrs. Shoop, our adviserg the
Yearbook Staff g and our advertisers and patrons.
GENEVA BOGGS MARY BOOK
"Geneva" . . . Main interest is Tim . . Mary Interested in Blain
mischievous but innocent . . . listens to always with Janet qulet type
Rock 85 Roll . . . great 'Elvis fan . .
Safety Patrol lg Intramurals 2-3-4g In
tramural Representative 43 Chorus 1
Librarian 43 Photography Club 3-4
Student Secretary 4g Yearbook Staff 4
PHYLLIS DAGUE MARTHA FLEMING
"Phyllis" . . . A most studious individual Mart Paul s her one and only
. . . artistic instincts . . . seldom heard cute small and promised pilots a
. . . delights in a good laugh. Ford talks to Vonnie in P O D
Class Officer 1-2g FHA 1-3-4g Dramatics FHA 1 2 Intramurals 2 3 4 Photo
3-45 Yearbook Staff 4. graphy Club 3 4 Student Secretary 4
ELIN ORE GIPE
"Elinore" . . . Jim really sends her . . .
has a ball in study hall . . . makes her
"Chevy purr" . . . Bev straightens her
Safety Patrol 13 FHA 13 Chorus 1-23
County Chorus 23 Band 1-2-3-43 County
Band 2-3-43 Photography Club 3g Dra-
matics 2-3-43 French Club 3-43 Student
Council 3-43 Student Council Officer 3-43
Intramurals 2-3-43 Hockey 2-33 Com-
mercial Club 23 Science Club 33 Year-
book Staff 4.
S E N I 0 R S
"Phil" . . . Has an interest in Big Spring
. . . likes horses . . . aims high and
mighty . . . enthusiastic reader.
Class'OHicer 2-3-43 Intramurals 2-3-43
French Club 3-43 Soccer 23 Track 3-43
Basketball 2-3-43 Varsity Club 3-43
Science Club 3-43 Photography Club 3-43
Band 1-2-3-43 County Band 2-3-43
Dramatics 3-43 Forensics 33 Yearbook
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"Son" . . . Walks the line for Lula Bell
. . . Senior hero . . . likes to be coaxed . . .
torments Mr. Stewart.
FFA 1-2-3-43 Baseball 2-3-43 Soccer 2-43
Photography Club 33 Varsity Club 43
Band 13 Intramurals 2-3-4.
"Vonnie" . . . Always neat . . . never
ready for 7th period . . . fights with Ed
. . . hair always curly.
FHA 1-23 Intramurals 2-3-43 Photo-
graphy Club 3-43 Student Secretary 4.
WYE SQQETTE5 ' if
"Dick" . . . Excels in sports . . . oh! the
girls he knows . . . policemen really go
for him . . . neat crew cut.
Intramurals 2-3-45 Basketball 2-3-45
Baseball 2-3-45 Soccer 2-3-45 Track 45
Photography Club 2-3-45 Science Club
3-45 FFA 1-3-45 Varsity Club 3-45
Intramural Representative 35 Yearbook
"Nancy" . . . Loves to square dance . . .
seen often with Fred . . . alert in Office
Practice . . . yearbook typist.
Class Officer 45 Chorus 1-2-35 Intra-
murals 2-3-45 Student Secretary 45
Safety Patrol 15 FHA 1-2-35 Photo-
graphy Club 2-3-45 Yearbook Staff 45
Science Club 45 Photography Club
MARY JUNKIN RACHEL JUNKINS
"Mary" . . . Voted Queen of F.M. . . "Rachel" . . . Future Nurse . . . enjoys
sweet, demure, and naive . . . rides to a good book . . . a friendly smile, a
school with Sadie . . . easily worried. cheery hello for everyone . . . faithfully
FHA 1-2-3-45 FHA Officer 2-35 Class helps Mom-
Oilicer 15 Science Club 35 Photography Intramurals 2-3-45 Chorus 1-2-3-45
Club 35 Softball 25 Dramatics 3-45 Nurse's Club 35 Nurse's Club Officer 35
Intramural Representative 3. FHA 15 Student Secretary 4.
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SARA MAE KLIN G
"Sadie" . . . Has an outstanding feminine
trait-talking . . . chief permission-
getter of the class . . . bothers Mr.
Minick in Math class . . . operates a '38
Class Officer 1-32 Intramurals 2-3-4Q
Intramural Representative 23 Chorus
1-2-3g County Chorus 1-3Q Cheerleader
2-3-41 Cheerleader Captain 4g FHA
1-2-3g FHA Officer 33 Dramatics 3-43
Softball 23 Science Club 3-43 Photo-
graphy Club 3.
S E N I 0 R S
"Bev" . . . Constantly kidding sopho-
more boys . . . likes to roller skate . . .
often seen talking to Dot . . . another
typical teenager . . .
Class Officer 3g FHA 1-23 FHA Ofiicer
33 Chorus 23 Hockey 33 Science Club
3-43 Dramatics 2-3-43 Forensics 33 Stu-
dent Council 2-3-43 Student Council
Officer 43 Intramurals 2-3-4g French
Club 3-43 Yearbook Staff 4.
"Barb" . . . Haunts Home-ec. room . . .
has a deep dimpled smile . . . plays
hooky frequently . . . happy-go-lucky.
Class Officer lg Hockey 2-33 Softball 23
FHA 1-2-3-43 Chorus 23 Photography
Club 3-4g Intramurals 2-3-42 Safety
"Mack" . . . Teachers don't worry him
. . . books aren't his interest . . . loves to
cowboy . . . always with Bob.
Intramurals 2-3-42 Soccer 2-3-43 Track 43
Baseball 2-3-4Q FFA 1-4g Varsity Club
3-4Q Varsity Club Officer 4.
"Connie" . . . Never says much . . .
Rachel keeps her company . 3 lessons
always prepared . . . outdoor type.
Intramurals 2-3-43 Chorus 33 Softball 23
Nurse's Club 3g Student Secretary 4.
"Ed" . . . Likes to start trouble . . . never
studies . . . sleeps in class . . . enjoys
going to St. Thomas.
Baseball 3-43 Varsity Club 43 Intra-
murals 2-3-43 Student Secretary 4.
"Dick" . . . Has his own individual
laugh . . . has a special spectator at every
game . . . pass word, "oh yeah" . . .
enjoys the company of girls. PATRICIA NEIL
Class Officer 2-32 Varsity Club 3-42 "Pat" . Likes Sam's CQIHPHQY - -
Varsity Club Officer 33 D1-amatics 35 excellent librarian.. . . tops in typing . . .
Intramurals 2-3-41 Photography Club 3g Heat With CVefY'Chmg-
Science Club 33 Baseball 23 Basketball Chorus 13 Librarian 43 Science Club 33
2-3-43 Soccer 2-3-4. Yearbook Staff 43 Student Secretary 4.
ROBERT O DONN ELL VON NIE PIPER
Bob Tardy every morning "Piper" . . . Promised to Ed . . . enjoys
never worries d1Sl1k6S Orb1son1a getting in devilment . . . makes a piano
drives a Ford talk . . . real speed demon.
Soccer 2 3 4 Baseball 2 3 4 Track 3 Band 1-2-3-45 Chorus 1-2-3-45 FHA 15
Varsity Club 3 4 FFA 4 Intramurals Intramurals 2-35 Librarian 45 Student
2 3 4 Secretary 4.
"Gary" . . . Steady silent type . . .
manages Tuscaroran finances well . . .
likes to hunt . . . hasn't discovered what
girls are for.
Intramurals 2-3-45 Chorus 2-3-45 Class
Officer 45 Science Club 3-45 Photography
Club 3-45 Yearbook Staff 45 Student
Secretary 45 County Chorus 2-3-4.
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"Alex" . . . Tall, dark, and handsome . . .
enjoys teasing Sadie . . . portrays priestly
dramatic roles well . . . always hungry.
Class Officer 3-43 Intramurals 2-3-43
Baseball 23 Basketball 2-3-42 Soccer
2-3-43 Track 3-43 Forensics 33 Dramatics
2-3 -43 Science Club 3g Varsity Club 3-43
Varsity Club Officer 33 Student Council
43 Student Council Officer 43 FFA lg
Safety Patrol 13 Band 1-2-3-43 County
Band 23 French Club 3-4.
"John" . . . Intelligent conversation-
alist . . . a betrayer of the Ford . . .
enjoys 7th period date . . . efficient
manager and timekeeperf
Class Officer 2g Varsity Club 43 Chorus
1-2-3-43 County Chorus 1-3-43 Intra-
murals 2-3-43 French Club 3-43 Photo-
graphy Club 3-43 Science Club 3g Band
1-2-3-43 Student Council 2-3-43 Student
Council Officer3-43 Track 3-43 Soccer
2-43 Yearbook Staff 4. '
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"Larry', . . . Another Concord man . . .
assignments can be done tomorrow . . .
helps coach Hess manage his quintet
. . . travels to Blain often.
Varsity Club 43 Chorus 2-3-43 Basket-
ball Manager 3-43 Soccer 23 Dramatics
2-3-43 Science Club 33 Photography
Club 3g Intramurals 2-3-43 French Club
3-43 County Chorus 2-3-43 Yearbook
Staff 4. '
S E N I O R S
"Dot" . . . Gets her 40 winks in P.O.D.
. . . pals around with Bev . . . teases the
teachers . . . quite unattached.
Class Officer 1-33 Band 1-2-3: Chorus 23
FHA 1-3-43 Hockey 33 Intramurals
2-3-43 Dramatics 2-3-43 Photography
Club 3-43 Student Council lg Yearbook
Staff 43 Science Club 4.
Q ,V K -az EHSQEZRXQESBEESY
A Our happy school days are swiftly coming to a close. We have shared friendships and adven-
tures for the past twelve years. When we leave Fannett-Metal we will take with us the memories
of these events.
Our class began at various schools. Many of our happiest days were spent in these small groups,
but the eighth grade brought us all together at Fannettsburg.
To guide us through our first year of high school, we elected the following officers: Phil Ham-
mond, president, Sara Mae, Kling, vice-president, Mary Junkin, secretary, and Pat Hammond,
treasurer. During the year we sold ice cream and candy to raise funds for an outing. At the end
of the year, we visited the Hershey Plant and had a wonderful time at the Hershey Amusement
Park. Later in the evening the entire group and our chaperons had dinner at Howard Johnson's
Restaurant in Mechanicsburg. Our treasurer picked up the tab. This was the happy ending to
our first year of high school.
On September 8, 1955, we, as sophomores, entered our new high school. Our class projects were
selling sweat shirts, showing movies, and sponsoring roller skating parties. This was the year we
purchased our class rings. For officers we chose: Richard Miller, president, John Stewart, vice-
president, Dorcas Thompson, secretary, and Phyllis Dague, treasurer. This was the first time
that we were invited to the annual school picnic at Cowan's Gap sponsored by the Student
On August 28, 1956, we came back to the school as juniors. Our officers were Beverly McGee,
president, Alex Shearer, vice-president, Sara Mae Kling, secretary, and Phil Hammond, treasurer.
This year we were proud to be so well represented in the various activities of the school. We had
ten members in the Dramatic Club, eight in the band, four on the hockey team, thirteen in the
Chorus, six on the Varsity Basketball team, five on the soccer team, two cheerleaders, and Arthur
Gipe was the star pitcher for the baseball team. Beverly McGee, John Stewart, and Elinore Gipe
were our Student Council representatives. At our first class meeting we decided to sell Paper-Mate
pens, and salt and pepper shakers. In May we presented the best assembly of the year. May 9th,
we honored the seniors at the annual Junior-Senior Prom. Bob Franz and his Rythmaires fur-
nished the music for dancing. The food was prepared by our mothers and served by twelve sopho-
more boys. The gym was gaily decorated around the theme of "Gay Paree". This was an occasion
which will always be a highlight of our high school days.
On August 28, 1957, We were SENIORS at last. We were happy that we were nearing our goal,
but sad to realize that this was the last year that we would be part of basketball games, plays,
and dances. The following people lead us through our senior year. Alex Shearer, president, Richard
Miller, vice-president, Nancy Johnson, secretary, Phil Hammond, treasurer. October 7th, 8th,
9th we had our pictures taken at Andrew's Studio. In November the cheerleaders sponsored a
dance, at which Mary Junkin and Gary Rowles were voted King and Queen of F annett-Metal.
After Thanksgiving Mrs. Shoop nominated three eligible people for the yearbook editor.
Elinore Gipe, Beverly McGee, and Philip Hammond were the nominees. Beverly was elected by
the class as editor-in-chief. She and her staff immediately went to work, and finally in February,
The Tuscaroran went to press, the result of much hard work. In December we presented a Christ-
mas assembly for the student body. We sold candy and sponsored other money making projects
to raise funds for our class trip. The class trip, Baccalaureate and graduation were the events that
climaxed twelve happy years. When we leave Fannett-Metal, taking with us these memories, we
hope that those who follow will carry on the ideals and traditions that we have set for Fannett-
Metal, our school.
"The days may come, the days may go, '
But still the hands of mem'ry weave
The blissful dreams of long ago? g
Seated left to right: Bonnie Rosenberry, Margaret Umbrell, Shirley Seibert,
Dorothy Hampton, Lawanda Morris, Lula Belle Gipe, Bonnie Groce, Kay
2nd row left to right: Mrs. Campbell, Donald Miller, Nancy Coons, Vonnie
Arnold, Calvin Piper, Marvin Adams, Larry McGee, Joe Yohe, Jerry Camp-
bell, William Felmlee.
This year there are thirty-five Jolly Juniors. Their appointed advisers are Mrs. Campbell
and Mr. Meredith.
The class officers are:
President .....,......... . . . ..... Larry McGee
Vice President .... ...... O wen St. Clair
Secretary .................. . , . ..... Norman Curfman
Treasurer .......,..............,...,... William Felmlee
Our Student Council members are Jane Kling, Donald Miller, and Larry McGee.
Our class is honored to be so well represented in the school activities. We have nine mem-
bers in the band as well as Bonnie Rosenberry, the band majorette. We also have four cheer-
leaders, six soccer players, three basketball players, and eight members of the F. F. A.
We began our activities of the year with a Halloween dance.
Seated left to right: Emily Snow, Ruth Wilson, Sally McClure, Nellie North,
Julia Shaffer, Nancy Romig, Frank North.
2nd row left to right: Miss Skinner, Irwin Gamble, Patsy Campbell, Edna
Stephens, Charlotte Barton, Charles Maxwell, John Semple, Marvin Miller.
3rd row left to right: Robert Price, Robert Hockenberry, Stanley Burdge, Joan
Locke, Nancy Hammond, Walter Dague, Ronald Eaton.
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Seated left to right: Betty Guyer, Jane Kling, Connie Arnold, Donna Goshorn,
Barbara Gamble, Norma Campbell, Patsy Johnson, Mary Crouse.
2nd row left to right: Norman Curfman, J ay Lehman, Ralph Crouse, Ray O'Don-
nell, Joe Allen, Carl Guyer, Samuel Neil, Donnie Seibert, Owen St. Clair,
Forty ambitious sophomores returned to Fannett-Metal High School August 26, 1957.
Their ollicers are as follows:
President ......... ............l......... R onald Eaton
Vice President ..,. ...... M arvin Miller
Secretary ...... ........ L arry Clayton
Treasurer .......,................,........ John Semple
Historian ......................,... Robert Hockenberry
Student Council members are Sally McClure and Charles Maxwell.
We have two cheerleaders, four members in the band, six soccer players, and ten players
on the Junior Varsity Basketball team.
Seated left to right: Anna Neil, Fay junkins, Marlene Boggs, Louise Wood,
Nancy Brown, Virginia Gibbons, Della Woods.
2nd row left to right: Arthur Heaton, Dennie Siebert, Thelma Collins, Mary
Crouse, Warren McGowan, Shirley Varner, Mr. Minnick.
3rd row left to right: Edward Hockenberry, Raymond Shoemaker, Ralph Camp-
bell, Samuel Mowery, Allen Piper, Sidney Murray, David McClure.
Seated left to right: Nancy Campbell, Anna Mae Eckenrode, Mary Mowery,
Peggy Rosenberry, Connie Bruck, Betty Parmer, Velma Campbell.
2nd row left to right: Mrs. Bock, Bill Coons, Floyd Gibbons, Larry Miller, Paul
Freet, Teddy Fleming, Matthew Felmlee, Carl Lauthers.
3rd row left to right: Donald Reed, James Bryan, Jean Campbell, Lena Peterson,
Phyllis Johnson, Jane Kling, Nancy O'Donnell, Grace Fleagle.
Seated left to right: Glenn McGee, Jeannetta Wood, Doris McGowan, Leona
Runk, Mildred Neil, Karolyn Hammond, Melvin Neil, Robert Miller.
2nd row left to right: Mrs. Yocum, Charles Felmlee, Mack Groce, Peter McHenry,
Fred Johnson, Arthur Clayton, Kenny Gipe, William Hockenberry, Ralph
3rd row left to right: Anna Shoemaker, Jane Coons, Ruth Junkin, Betty Fleagle,
Peggy Johnson, Grace Yohe, Sandy Carlin, Jane Wineman.
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Seated left to right: Shirley Miller, Larry Crouse, Ronald Varner, Norman Davis,
Edward McAllen, Melvin Shipley, Patrick Junkins.
2nd row left to right: Robert Snyder, William Thomas, Robert St. Clair, Frank
McAllen, Terry Simpson, Duane Dorty, Paul Long, Mr. Gerald Stewart.
3rd row left to right: Shirley Neil, Shirley Parks, Althea Robinson, Maxine
Guyer, Mary Johnson, Glen Taylor, Carey Shearer, Charles Devinney.
Seated left to right: Thomas Baker, Nancy Piper, Susan Crouse, Doris Rowles,
Brenda Umbrell, june Piper, Kay Johnson, Norman Hampton.
2nd row left to right: John Leatherman, Graydon McMullen, Robert Felmlee,
Donald Miller, Ronald Fleming, joseph Eckenrode, George Book, Betty
3rd row left to right: Judy Smith, Carolyn Jones, Bonnie Peckart, Glenda Miller,
Esther Dorty, Dorothy Hammond, Peggy johnson, Beverly Morton.
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First row left to right: Maxine Robinson, Jane McAllen, Patsy Tolbert, Joyce
Hatcher, Donna Bruck, Dale O'Donnell, Judy Rosenberry, Nancy Miller.
2nd row left to right: Mrs. Shoop, Jerry Clayton, William Baker, Galen Stewart,
Robert Johnson, Carl Devinny, Robert Neil, Sandy Wiser.
3rd row left to right: Elizabeth Barton, Carol Thomas, Goldie Gamble, Sara Jane
Bricker, Julia Piper, Bonnie Johnson, Constance Ace, Levonda Neil.
First row left to right: Wanda Cornelius, Linda Parmer, Jacquelyne Peterson,
Elaine Eckenrode, Peggy Fleagle, Linda Hammond, Peggy Burkholder,
2nd row left to right: Robert Jarrell, Edward North, Fern Dorty, Betty Taylor,
Carl Yocum, Glenn Harry, Edward Price, Alfred Johnson.
3rd row left to right: Charles Mowery, Betty Runk, Bonnie Neil, Arlene Guyer
John Woods, Joseph Sherman, Willard Rosenberry, Robert Harris.
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Left to Right: Donald Miller, George Book, Edward North, Ronald Vamer,
Charles Maxwell, Elinore Gipe, Mr. Meredith, Larry McGee, Beverly McGee,
John Stewart, Alex Shearer, Donald Miller, Terry Simpson, Jane Kling, Sally
McClure, Wanda Cornelius.
The Student Council was organized eight years ago. This organization has
functioned very successfullyg therefore, our school is more .lemocratic and more
Many of the Student Council's activities have dealt with attempts to stimulate
student interest. More than ever before, the members have offered suggestions
as to how the Student Council and an understanding faculty might work to
gether to better the lives of our students.
Under the capable leadership of Mr. Meredith, the organization has completed
many worth-while projects, bringing credit both to the organization and the
Again this year the council is selling school jackets, which are red, trimmed
with white, with a white tiger on the back.
It has been a tradition for the Student Council to sell ice cream, but previous
to this year, the seniors have sold it for them, however, this year they have been
separated, and the Student Council members now sell it. The Student Council
sponsored a Christmas dance. Bob Thomas's Band furnished the music. There
was no admission for the dance.
This governing body consists of four representatives from the senior' class
three from the junior class, two from the sophomore class and two representa
tives from each of the Junior high classes. '
The officers are:
President .,...... .... J ohn Stewart
Vice President. . . . . . .Larry McGee
Secretary ...... . . .Beverly McGee
Treasurer .... ..... .... E l inore Gipe
Parliamentarian .... .... A lex Shearer
At the Piano. Margaret Umbrell . . . Director: Mrs. Hartz.
First Row: Left to Right. Peggy Rosenberry, Ruth Wilson, Julia Shaffer, Rachel
Junkins, Kay Baker.
Second Row: Left to Right. Vonnie Piper, Jane Kling, Connie Arnold, Larry
Shearer, Charlotte Barton, Emily Snow, Patsy Johnson.
Third Row: Left to Right. Larry Crouse, Connie Bruck, Mary Crouse, Lawrence
Briggs, Edna Stephens, Sally McClure.
Fourth Row: Left to Right. Betty Geyer, Jane Kling, John Stewart, Vonnie
Arnold, Jane Coons, Bonnie Groce, Gary Rowles, Patsy Campbell.
A Junior High as well as a Senior High Chorus was organized by Mrs. Hartz,
the music director. The first highlight of the chorus was a very beautiful Christmas
Pageant which was presented on December 23.
The Secondary County Chorus Festival was held at our school on March 11.
The guest conductor was Donald Johnson from Juniata College.
The Elementary County Chorus Festival was held at Greencastle on March 4.
The guest conductor was Francis Nogle from Waynesboro. The schools that
participated in both the County Music Festivals were: Quincy, St. Thomas,
Scotland, James Buchanan, and Fannett-Metal.
In May the Chorus will combine with the band to present the annual spring
First row: left to right. Peggy Burkholder, Maxine Robinson, Betty Taylor,
Peggy Fleagle, Linda Hammond, Carol Thomas, Elizabeth Barton, Linda
Parmer, Donna Bruck, Judy Rosenberry, Bonnie Peckart, Glinda Miller.
2nd row: Jane Coons, Doris Rowles, Karolyn Hammond, Jane Wineman, Bonnie
Johnson, Judy Smith, Julia Piper, Fern Dorty, Sara Jane Bricker, Sandy
Wiser, Constance Ace, Nancy Rosenberry, Joyce Hatcher.
3rd row: Caroline Jones, Grace Yohe, Brenda Umbrell, Nancy Piper, Susan
Crouse, Elaine Eckenrode, Patsy Tolbert, Jane McAllen, Dale O'Donnell,
Nancy Miller, Wanda Cornelius, Ruth Junkin, Beverly Morton, Anna Shoe-
Although our organization is small, we have enthusiasm and vigor.
We presented a Christmas Assembly for the school, and, in conjunction with
the chorus, a spring concert in May. Six of our members represented us at the
County Band Festival at St. Thomas. We performed in the Memorial Day Parade
at Chambersburg and provided the music for the Memorial Day services for
Path and Amberson Valleys.
In September, Mrs. Hartz became our new director. Under her capable baton,
we marched in the Home-coming Day Parade at Shippensburg State Teachers
College, and were guests of the college at the foot-ball game.
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Seated on Floor. Beverly McGee, Susan Crouse, Philip Hammond, Elinore Gipe.
Second Row: Left to Right. Vonnie Arnold, Charles Maxwell, Sara Mae Kling,
Jane Wineman, Alex Shearer, Jane Coons, Ruth Junkin, John Stewart, Connie
Third Row: Left to Right. Raymond Shoemaker, Kay Baker, Bonnie Groce,
Emily Snow, Norman Curfman, Edna Stephens, Mrs. Shoop, Dorcas Thomp-
son, Larry McGee, Mary Junkins, Phyllis Dague, David McClure.
Our class has been well represented in the last three productions of the Dra-
In 1955 Elinore Gipe portrayed Magda Svenson, a Swedish maid, in the three-
act murder mystery. The Night of January Sixteenth.
In our Sophomore year, Beverly McGee, Alex Shearer, Dorcas Thompson,
and John Stewart appeared in the comedy, Father Knows Best.
The Remarkable Mr. Pennypacker was produced during our junior year.
Beverly McGee, Elinore Gipe, Dorcas Thompson, Sara Kling, Mary Junkin,
Alex Shearer, John Stewart, and Philip Hammond each helped make it the
success it was. Phyllis Dague was the student director of this play.
In April the Dramatic Club will present Penny, a three-act comedy based on
the New York Herald Tribune, Inc. comic strip "Penny,' by Harry Haenigsen.
Five seniors have roles in Penny and Phyllis Dague is also student director of
Father. . .
Aunt Ellen .....
Kay. ...... . .
Mr. Dawson ....
Cedric ..... .
Cast of Characters
. . . .Elinore Gipe
. . . . . .Alex Shearer
. . . .Philip Hammond
. . . , .David McClure
. . .Raymond Shoemaker
. . . . . . . , .Susan Crouse
. . . .Ruth Junkin
. . . .Jane Wineman
. . . .Charles Maxwell
The Dramatic Club presented "The Valiant" as an assembly for our school,
at Waynesboro under the Exchange Assembly Program sponsored by the Stu-
dent Council, and as entertainment for a P.T.A. meeting.
Seven students represented Fannett-Metal at Forensics, three as speech
contestants and four others in the dramatic production.
The speech contestants were:
Agnes Fleagle ..... ....... ............,, P o etry
Ed Rosenberry .,,.....r..........,. , . .Serious Declamation
Philip Hammond .........................,.......... Radio
The County Contest was held at Shippensburg State Teachers College, and
the District was at Carlisle High School. Agnes and Ed went on to District.
For the first time we took a play to Forensics. "The Valiant" was presented
in County competition. The following students very capably handled the roles
Beverly McGee ,... ...... T he Girl
Ed Rosenberry .... .... T he Prisoner
Jim Park .......,,. ....... W arden
Philip Hammond .... .... A ttendant
John Stewart ...... ......... J ailer
Alex Shearer ..... .... F ather Daly
First Row: Left to Right. Nancy Romig, Nancy Hammond, Joan Locke, Galen
Stewart, Karolyn Hammond, Jane Wineman.
Second Row: Left to Right. Nellie North, Emily Snow, Beverly Morton, Char-
lotte Barton, Edna Stephens. ,
Third Row: Left to Right. Vonnie Piper, Geneva Boggs, Barbara McAllen, Kay
Baker, Norma Campbell, Barbara Gamble.
The library, this year, has progressed to a point where it not only contains material
for individual entertainment, but there are many new and extremely good reference books
to be used in regular studies.
The total number of new books the library has bought this year is 420. In addition to
the many already owned, they will render valuable service to students and teachers. We
get 50 periodicals and two newspapers.
The number of students volunteering as librarians is at an all-time high. These students
work during any free time they may have, learning all the various phases which make up
a well-run ellicient organization. The librarians, under the supervision of Mrs. Shoop,
are as follows:
Edward Crouse Dale O'Donnell Richard Tolbert
Karolyn Hammond Linda Parmer Jane Wineman
Beverly Morton Galen Stewart
Kay Baker Barbara Gamble Nellie North
Charlotte Barton Nancy Hammond Vonnie Piper
Geneva Boggs Joan Locke Nancy Romig
Norma Campbell Barbara McAllen Emily Snow
Phyllis Dague Patsy Neil Edna Stephens
All in all, during the three years the library has been in operation, it has become an
efficient organization, which keeps forging ahead in order to obtain an even higher degree
of service to everyone.
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Intramurals is competition within the school, played between the home rooms
of the junior-Senior High School. The competition is on a grade and a home
room basis. This year there are four leagues: Junior and Senior High boys and
Junior and Senior High girls.
Intramurals have become a highlight in the lives of ninety per cent of the
students. If a certain team is not competing on a particular day, its class are
spectators watching the competition they will face in the future. The students
serve as referees. The games are fun and create a better understanding of the
sports and school activities.
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Each time a team wins a game, the class is given acertain number ofpoints.
At the end of the year, the team of each league having the highest number of
points, is presented a plaque stating they are the intramural champs. This
plaque is placed in the home room of the winners and remains there for a year.
A variety of sports are offered:
junior High Girls League: Speedball, Basketball, Volleyball, Softball, and
Senior High Girls League: Speedball, Basketball, Badminton, Volleyball and
junior High Boys League: Soccer, Basketball, Volleyball and Softball.
Senior High Boys League: Touch Football, Basketball, Volleyball, Softball,
Last year both Senior High plaques were won by 12th grade, and the 9B boys
won the Junior High plaque.
JUNIOR AND SENIOR HIGH CHEERLEADERS
Front Row: Left to Right. Susan Crouse, Sandy Carlin, Beverly Morton, Peggy
Rosenberry, Jane McAllen, Shirley Miller.
Second Row: Left to Right. Jane Kling, Joan Locke, Bonnie Rosenberry, Sara
Mae Kling, Connie Arnold, Vonnie Arnold, Nellie North.
Three new cheerleaders have been added to the group this yearg one as an
alternate. The girls put forth extra effort to support the boys whole-heartedly.
They try to give pep rallies frequently in order that the students may become
acquainted with the new cheers and obtain better school spirit.
Their activities for the year were, a semi-formal dance with Freddy Lesher
furnishing the music, and the selling of cookies, sweat shirts, and hats. They hope
to have more activities of this kind in the near future.
Sare Mae Kling very capably serves as captain of the cheerleaders. The cheer-
Connie Arnold Bonnie Rosenberry
Vonnie Arnold Joan Locke A
Jane Kling Nellie North
SENIOR HIGH CHEERLEADERS
Left to Right: Jane Kling, Joan Locke, Bonnie Rosenberry, Sara Mae Kling,
Connie Arnold, Vonnie- Arnold, Nellie North.
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JUNIOR HIGH CHEERLEADERS
Left to Right. Susan Crouse, Sandy Carlin, Beverly Morton, Peggy Rosenberry,
Jane McAllen, Shirley Miller.
1st row left to right: Mack McGee, Philip Hammond, Norman Curfman, John
2nd row left to right: Charles Maxwell, Larry Clayton, Bob Hockenberry, Bill
Felmlee, Larry McGee, Richard Hurley, Mr. Hess.
3rd row left to right: Allan Piper, Richard Miller, Alex Shearer, John Stewart,
Joe Allen, Larry Shearer, Ralph Campbell.
4th row left to right: Ed Miller, Bob O'Donnell, Jerry Campbell, Owen St. Clair,
Ray O'Donnell, Ed Hockenberry.
Under the leadership of Mr. Hess, the Varsity Club was organized in 1957.
Membership is limited to all boys who have lettered in any sport. The purpose of
the club is to further and promote athletics in the school, to work alone and with
other organizations in promoting various awards, to afford opportunity for the
purpose of purchasing awards, to afford opportunity for letter men to have a
voice in the administration of athletics, to promote good fellowship, to foster
good sportsmanship, and to encourage good school spirit among the students
of the school.
The Varsity Club furnished the cookies for the dance which the Cheerleaders
sponsored. Since many of the members were basketball players, the ones who
were not, very agreeably sold hot dogs and soft drinks' at the home basketball
The oilicers are:
President ....,. . .... Norman Curfman
Vice President .... ....., M ack McGee
Secretary ....... .... P hilip Hammond
Treasurer .... ....... J ohn Semple
Standing: Left to Right. Elinore Gipe, Rachel Junkins, Barbara McAllen, Dorcas
Thompson, Mary Junkin, Beverly McGee, and Mrs. Bock. 1
Sitting: Left to Right. Phyllis Dague, Sara Mae Kling, Geneva Boggs, Nancy
Johnson, Mary Book, Connie McGowan, Vonnie Piper, Vonnie Hockenberry.
The Future Homemakers of America is a small, but mighty organization in
our school. It consists of ten members, including the adviser, Mrs. Bock.
On November 19, 1957, they elected oHicers for the '57-'58 term.
President ........................,........... Phyllis Dague
Vice President. . . . . . .Patsy Campbell
Secretary ....... ...... R uth Wilson
Treasurer ................................. Charlotte Barton
Sara Kling, Geneva Boggs, Phyllis Dague, Barbara McAllen, and Dorcas
Thompson entered the clothing exhibit at the Farm Show in January, 1958.
Phyllis Dague won second prize with her wool sport jacket.
The few members are working hard and setting high goals which they hope
Left to Right: Mr. Fitzgerald, Samuel Mowery, Warren McGowan, Raymond
Shoemaker, Robert Price, Ralph Campbell, Stanley Burdge, Allen Piper,
This year the F. F . A. is a very ambitious group.
The officers are:
President ,..... .... R alph Crouse
Vice President ..., .... M arvin Adams
Secretary .,.... ........ J oe Yohe
Reporter .... ,,........ , ..,. O wen St. Clair
Sentinel .......,..................,..,..,,. William Felmlee
The F. F. A. had the privilege of attending the South Mountain Fair and re-
turned with many prizes. It was indeed an honor when Robert O'Donnell won
second place in the county for dairy judging.
The boys attended a Co-op Tour given by the Franklin County Co-ops. During
this tour they were taken through all the Farm Bureau Co-operatives. Later they
toured the Adams Electrical Co-op and were treated to a free luncheon.
The projects for the year were the raising and selling of corn and onions.
First row left to right: Kay Baker, Bonnie Rosenberry, John Stewart, Alex
Shearer, Richard Miller.
2nd row left to right: Connie McGowan,
Phyllis Dague, Mr. Stewart, Sara Mae
Kling, Mary Junkin, Philip Hammond.
The science department has increased from one to three clubs. It is composed
of The Senior High Science Club, The junior High Science Club, and The Weather
Club. Each of these organizations exist in order that students interested in the
lield of science may become acquainted with new and exciting projects.
Members of the clubs pay dues which are used for purchasing extra equipment,
as well as to sponsor social activities.
Left to Right: Richard Hurley, Geneva Boggs, Philip Hammond.
Driver Education is offered as a required course for all students who are sixteen
when the term opens or who will be sixteen sometime during the term. Classroom
work is given throughout the year to all those enrolled. When the student becomes
sixteen, his practical driving instruction starts. The adviser, Mrs. Shoop decides
when the student is ready for his examination. At that time an officer from the
Chambersburg substation comes out to the school and gives the examination
over a pre-determined course.
The car is furnished throughthe courtesy of Mr. Ray Lewis of the Chambers-
burg Ford Company. The school has been given two new cars each year.
Several meetings and conferences were attended by Mrs. Shoop and some
students. An interesting Safety Conference was held at the Holiday Motel at
Carlisle. This conference covered all phases of safety education from rifle safety
to farm safety. Mrs. Shoop was accompanied by two pupils, Edwin Rosenberry
and Philip Hammond, who helped with registration. Instructors were there from
every school in Pennsylvania with Driver Education.
Five boys from our school entered the Teen-age Roadeo held at Waynesboro
in March, 1957. Jim Park won first place, a plaque, and an expense-paid trip to
state finals at Hazleton. There he placed tenth. Edwin Rosenberry won third
place, and Richard Woods, Norman Curfman, and Owen St. Clair all placed
high in the County Roadeo.
Another Teenager's Driver Safety Conference at Shippensburg State Teachers
College was attended by Larry Shearer and Gary Rowles. When the boys re-
turned they gave a report to the class on everything they had learned.
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First Row: Left to Right. Janet Rosenberry, Mary Book, Edward Miller, Gary
Second Row: Left to Right. Vonnie Piper, Nancy johnson, Geneva Boggs.
Standing: Left to Right. Mr. Meredith, Vonnie Hockenberry, Martha Fleming.
Oilice Practice is a required subject for all commercial students. It prepares
each student for the many different phases of work, in the commercial field that
he will face in the future.
Each student is given the opportunity to work in the office as a student secre-
tary and thereby become better acquainted with the actual working conditions
of a secretary.
The students are also instructed how to use the calculating machines, mimeo-
graph, and the spirit duplicator.
First Row: Left to Right. Larry Shearer, Richard Hurley, Owen St. Clair.
Second Row: Left to Right. Richard Miller, Philip Hammond, Larry McGee,
and Mr. Hess.
Third Row: Left to Right. Norman Curfman, Alex Shearer, John Semple, joe
VARSITY PROVES A TOUGH OPPONENT
Coached for the third season by Keith Hess, the Tiger quintet hopes to improve
last year's record of thirteen wins and seven losses. This is quite an improvement
over the first year's season in which the Tiger's records were no wins and sixteen
Last year in the Franklin County Athletic Conference the red and white
quintet won live games and dropped live. The boys played hard and fast games
with praiseworthy teamwork.
Leading the team was john Semple, high scorer of the Franklin County Athletic
Fannett-Metal Opp. Opponent
38 36 Tuscarora Valley
41 40 Blain
34 43 Orbisonia
44 30 McConnellsburg
37 33 Orbisonia
51 11 St. Thomas
25 46 Quincy
50 52 Greencastle
33 54 Scotland
37 38 Buchanan
72 30 St. Thomas
46 40 Quincy
53 33 Tuscarora Valley
33 30 Greencastle
33 50 Scotland
46 44 Buchanan
55 49 Green Hill
63 49 Green Hill
48 61 Blain
41 35 McConnellsburg
Kneeling: Lett to Right. Sidney Murray, Mr. Hess, john Stewart.
Standing: Left to Right. Edward Hockenberry, Allen Piper, Marvin Miller
Charles Maxwell, Glenn Taylor, Ronald Eaton, Frank North, Stanly Burdge
Robert Hockenberry, Ralph Campbell.
JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL
JAY VEES PLAY THRILLING BASKETBALL
The little Tiger's played fast and aggressive games, and consequently won
eight games and lost twelve. The games were both enjoyable and exciting
Most of these boys were freshmen and will either play Junior Varsity ball or
move up to the varsity team this year.
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Front Row: Left to Right. Ronald Vamer, Terry Simpson, Paul Long, J im Byran,
Second Row: Left to Right. Arthur Clayton, Robert Snider, Glenn McGee, Frank
McAllen, Matthew Felmlee, and Mr. Minick.
JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL
The 1957-1958 school year marked the first year that Junior High School Basketball became
an integral part of our school's athletic program.
Thirty-three players reported for the first practice on December 5, 1957, and of these, twenty-
four became members of the team.
Our hrst year was not what could be called a successful season, but we did gain much knowledge
and experience and will, in the future, prove ourselves worthy opponents to our Conference
Front Row: Left to Right. Mack Groce, Graydon McMullen, Robert Miller,
William Baker, Edward North, Ronald Fleming, Carl Yocum, jerry Clayton.
Second Row: Left to Right. Dwain Dorty, John Leatherman, George Book,
Donald Miller, William Hockenberry, Robert Felmlee, joe Sherman, Thomas
Baker. and Mr. Minick.
First Row: Left to Right. Marvin Miller, John Stewart, Harold Goshorn, Donald
Miller, Robert Hockenberry, Larry McGee, Richard Hurley, Ralph Crouse,
Second Row: Left to Right. Glen Taylor, Edward Hockenberry, Ray O'Donnell,
Alex Shearer, Mr. Stewart, William Felmlee, Mack McGee, Richard Miller,
john Semple, Jerry Campbell.
After losing only four seniors, our team finished the season with a record of
2 wins and 6 losses, and tied two games. Fannett-Metal played two night games
at Henninger Field on October 8 and 18th.
For the first time this year we had a Junior Varsity team. They had a record
of 2 wins and 2 losses, with 2 games postponed.
Fannett-Metal Opp. Opponent
5 1 Quincy
2 1 McConnellsburg
0 6 Buchanan
1 1 St. Thomas
1 3 Greencastle
1 3 Quincy
l 1 McConnellsburg
0 2 Buchanan
1 St. Thomas
0 1 Greencastle
JUNIOR VARSITY SOCCER
Front Row: Left to Right. Edward Hockenberry, Ronald Varner, Matthew
Felmlee, Ralph Campbell, Charles Devinney, Warren McGowan, Frank North.
Second Row: Left to Right. Glen Taylor, Ray O'Donnell, Edward McAllen,
Dwain Dorty, Harold Goshorn, Raymond Shoemaker, David McClure
Robert Snider, Charles Maxwell, Terry Simpson, Frank McAllen, and Mr
The Fannett-Metal team, after losing eight seniors, Finished the season with a
record of four wins and seven defeats. The team was built around the fine pitch
mg arm of Arthur Gipe.
Fannett-Metal Opp. Opponent
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Positions of the players:
Third Base .... .
Second Base ....
Center Field. . .
Outfield. .... .
First Base . .
. . .Bob Hockenberry
. .......... J oe Allen
. . .Robert O,Donnell
. . .Norman Curfman
For the first time in the history of Fannett-Metal High School a track meet
was organized. The various events in which the boys competed were:
The hundred yard dash, 220, 440, 880 and a mile rung 120 yard low hurdles,
shot put, high jump, an
d a relay team.
During the 1957 season Fannett-Metal participated in four track meets.
The track team journeyed to James Buchanan for two of those meets.
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St. Thomas .....
Fannett-Metal. . .
Fannett-Metal. . .
F annett-Metal. . .
St. Thomas .....
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ated in the Franklin County Track Meet which was
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The outstanding winners of our team at that meet were: Jim Park, second place'
in the mile run, Don Miller, third place in the 440 yard dash, fourth place in the
220 yard dash, and second place in the 4-5 mile relayg Bill Felmlee, fourth place
in hurdlesg Philip Hammond, fifth place in the 440 yard dashg John Semple, third
place in the mile run, and fifth place in the high jumping contestg Richard Miller,
fifth place in the shot put. Fannett-Metal's relay team, consisting of Jim Park,
Don Miller, Bill Felmlee, and Dick Miller, placed second.
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Beverly McGee without her French done?
Sara Mae Kling being quiet?
Barbara McAllen without a date?
Gary Rowles with his hair not combed?
Dick Miller driving slow?
Alex Shearer five feet tall?
Vonnie Hockenberry staying on her feet inigym class?
Mary Junkin driving a Ford?
Martha Fleming without ,a diamond?
Richard Hurley on the bench?
John Stewart not blushing?
Elinore Gipe not wanting Jim?
Larry Shearer remembering something?
Janet Rosenberry not clowning?
Vonnie Piper with a pony tail?
Rachel Junkins not being polite?
Mary Book not being serious?
Connie McGowan talking to a boy?
Mack McGee with a date? I
Dorcas Thompson home at night?
Geneva Boggs not jitterbugging?
Pat Neil not an efficient librarian?
Harold Goshorn without a joke?
Bob O'Donnell without a guitar?
Ed Miller with a crew cut?
Phil Hammond without his home-work done?
Nancy Johnson without Fred?
Phyllis Dague not studying?
MIQCELLANEOUS SNAPS 'f"""
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Modern Home Appliance
Blue Bird Restaurant
Mr. and Mrs. William Boggs
Mrs. David Johnson
Zammito's Men's and Boys' Shop
P. E. Hockenberry
Powell Photo Shop
Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Thompson
Mrs. Roland Stephens
Martins Optical Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hockenberry
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Book
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Junkin
Goss Furniture Store
Mr. and Mrs. John Bock
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Shoemaker
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Shearer
Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Rowles
John F. Holtry
Mrs. Homer Rosenberry
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Fleming
I.. C. AND BETTY l. SHOOP
F Qnne nsburg, Pa.
C. R. MURRAY
Massey Harris U
Sales and Service
Phone: Dry Run 676
GEORGE E. SMALL
Richmond Furnace, Pa.
COLLINS' and SON GARAGE
General Repair Service
24 Hour Towing Service
Phone: Dry Run 627
McCLEARY OIL COMPANY
Studebaker Sales and Service
6-8-10 North Penn Street
Shippensburg, Pennsylvania GALEN GATES and SCN
Phone KE 2-4101 8 W. King Street
"Home of the Best Known Brand"
WEBB and WOLFE
Your Sporting Goods
and Toy Store
210 N. 2nd St.
Phone CE 3-4507
HEATING AND APPLIANCES
Dealer in New and Used Appliances
Dry Run, Pennsylvania
KATE'S BEAUTY SALON
Phone Dry Run 579
Kathryn Naugle, Prop.
DUFFIELD'S MUSIC HOUSE
I44 South Main Streei
Phone COlony 4-2313
BAIR'S SUNOCO SERVICE
Gas, Oil, Lu
We Pickup and Deliver
SILVER' S COUNTRY
DISTINCTIVE HOME ACCESSORIES
Phone CO 3-3396
Main and Washington Street
THE BRENNER FURNITURE STORE
Other Brenner Stores:
Po. and Martinsburg,
HAROLD MILLER'S NURSERY
Spring Run, Pa.
GUY E. KELLEY
I Upper Strasburg, Pa. .
JOHN H. WENGER
Insurance and Bonding Service
Watch and Clock Repairing
Phone: KE 2-5673
Congratulations to Seniors
CHAMBERSBURG must coMPANY 'le' A 5"'i'e Be YW' Umb'e"""
Chambersburg, Penna. YOU' OH Buddy
Member of The Federal BUD MESSNER
Deposit Insurance Corporation
COMMUNITY STATE BANK
Member Federal Deposit Ins., Corp.
Willow Hill, Pa.
H. H. DETWILER
All types of Insurance
P. O. Box 764
Phone KI 5-9233
Farmers and Merchants
Trust Co. of Chambersburg
A Good Place To
Do Your Banking
R. B. MILLER W C B G
Joi-:N DEERE-New HOLLAND TOP 5""io"
Sales and Service Top of the Dial
Shippensburg, Pa. 1590 K C
Valley Baking Co., Inc.
ROTH'S FURNITU RE STORE
51 East King Street
Fannett - Metal
Class of 1956
ALEXANDER'S I. G. A. SUPERMARKET
Dry Run, Pa.
PECK'S FEED MILL
Blairs Mills, Pa.
- GRAINS - FERTILIZERS
"Ultra Life Feeds"
Farm Bureau Co-operative
"Farmer owned -
Spring Run, Pa.
Phone: Dry Run 281
Top Quality -
"MobiIe Milling" seed
Phone: Dry Run 461 Farm supplies
CECIL C. FELMLEE
G O O D H A R T ' S , , ,
SHOE STORE Electrical Repair Service
31 E. King St. Fixtures 81 Supplies
Dry Run, Pa. Phone 651
BEN DER'S STORE
Dry Run, Pa.
Phone: Dry Run 331
JOHN L. AGETT
Dry Run, Pa.
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Self Service Grocery
McCulloch Chain Saws
Blnirs Mills, Pa.
Phone: Dry Run 464
NEW ENTERPRISE STONE 8. LIME CO., INC.
Dry Run, Pennsylvania
AGRICULTURAL PULVERIZED LIMESTONE
Bagged, Bulk or Spread
CRUSHED STONES OF ALL GRADES
New Enterprise, Pennsylvania
TUSCARORA STATE BANK
Blairs Mills, Pa.
Member of Federal Deposit
Phone: Dry Run 742
MIKE BILLYS' SHOE STORE
16 E. King Sireef
"The Bank of Service
SNYDER'S SALES AND SERVICE
Class of 1958
BRUCE B. GAMBLE
Phone: Dry Run 557
The Public Appreeaeree Service
THE PATH VALLEY NATIONAL BANK of DRY
"Learning to properly handle money and
administer your financial affairs usually
comes through the hard, and sometimes,
expensive method of experience and self-
"Your local bank is one of the best
sources of information and assistance."
"Be Thrifty And Be Happy"
Studio Located at
649 Philadelphia Avenue
Telephone CO 4-4323
Photographs for four Tuscarorans
All year book negatives on file for two years.
Satisfaction Positively Guaranteed
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Andrews
RICHMOND ELEVATOR C0
Richmond Furnace, Pa.
Watch and Jewelry Repairs
1. W. MYERS and COMPANY, Inc.
Phone: CO 4-7178
C0mPliments BLUE MOUNTAIN ROLLER RINK
of George A. Garman
HELEN K. MILLER Restaurant and Service Station
General Store Roxbury, Pa.
Willow Hill, Pa. Phone KE 2-5017
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gfaagow A agric enfer
1650 Lincoln Way East
Sewing Machines-Yard Goods-Patterns
Your one stop for every sewing need.
H. 81 H. CHEVROLET
CROUSE 81 McGEE
Trucking Sales and Service
Phone: Dry Run 366 or 266
BLACKBURN AND RUSSELL
of CECIL C. FELMLEE
NATIONWIDE INSURANCE CO.
Shippensburg, pa. Accident Insurance
Dry Run, Pa. Phone 651
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Compliments Omp 'men S
THOMAS S. BAKER
Willcxw Hill, Pa.
Esso Standard Phone: Dry Run 629
FRED W. WINEMAN
RESSLER'S FRUIT MARKET
Groceries - Fruits - Produce
WHOLESALE and RETAIL
Phone Kellogg 2-2161
209 West King Street
J. PAUL FOGELSANGER
54 West King Street
E. RH INEHART SONS
33 West King Street
Phone Kellogg 2-6113
J. ARTHUR YOCUM
Phone: Dry Run 746
S. D. JONES MOTORS, INC.
Sales FORD Service
Phone: Kellogg 2-4151
BU RKHART'S RESTAU RANT
of SHIPPENSBURG RECREATION CENTER
VAL - E - RESTAURANT
Willow Hill, Pa.
Owned ond Operated
GENEVIVE AND IVAN EHMAN
418 W. King Street
Phone: Dry Run 872
THE NATIONAL BANK OF CHAMBERSBURG
"THE OLD NATIONAL"
Second Oldest Bank in Pennsylvania
Thirty-First Oldest Bank in United States
Fort Loudon and Guilford Hills
Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
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