Fannett Metal High School - Tuscaroran Yearbook (Willow Hill, PA)
- Class of 1959
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Text from Pages 1 - 72 of the 1959 volume:
Stalrway to the Stars was the theme of our unxor Senlor
Banquet 1n 1958 It was so nmpresslve that we selected the same txtle
for our yearbook
Through effort and hard work we have come a long way ad
vanc1ng 1nto the modern day world Even so we have far to go
The jet has taken us 1nto that area where stars no longer tw1nkle
and where man feels far from th1s small world and very close to the
presence of God Th1s means the starrway rs grow1ng shorter and
we wonder Wlll the cllmblng eventually end?
june 1 wlll complete the flrst stage of our l1ves Thls stage w1ll
be remembered least by those who are d1ssat1sf1ed rn acceptmg the
f1rst dlploma as the f1nal one
The year 59 IS caus1ng even more people to peer 1nto the
heavens and ask themselves th1s quest1on How much more of th1s
can we explore? To both those who further thexr learning and to
those who do not th1s will be a challenge
As we leave all these memorxes behrnd we know the Stalrway
IS a long one but through work tr1umphs trlals and trlbulatlons
we w1ll reach our destmy the stars
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Board of Directors
President Vlce President
ames Goshorn Merle MCGCC
Secretary Treasurer Member
Russell Harry Bruce Small Venus Thompson
Mr Robert Kochenour, B S M A
Shrppensbur State Teachers College
To the Class of 1959
Lets butld a stalrway to the stars a lovely starrway to the stars
Thus begms a romantrc song of a nostalgrc yesteryear In those days, shootmg or
the moon was considered the herght of folly, and the statrway to the stars, hc
musmg of a dreamer Today, no one serrously doubts that we should shoot for thc
moon or indeed that we shall h1t rt It IS merely a questxon of when and, above
everythmg else, by whom wrll the moon be shot at and hrt The starrway to the
stars appears to be a toss up between a three stage rocket and a gulded mrssrle
Suddenly there has been a reawakenmg of lnt8I'6St rn science and mathematrcs
A few years ago we had to fight to keep algebra and plane geometry ln the hrgh
school program Now, suddenly we hear a cry for more and more science and mathe
matrcs rn the school curriculum Even the agrrcultural colleges are demandmg a full
program of scrence and at least one year of al ebra and one of plane geometry In the
lean years of yesterday those of us who stu led the mtrlcacles of the German V 2
and tts Amerxcan successors were looked upon as real squares It rs, of course now
common knowledge that for several years we have had mrsslles that are far superror
to the preset V 2 of the Germans Some of them are controlled by radio, utllrzrng
knowledge of the hyperbola Others are truly gulded by the stars Still others utllrze
a homlng devrce that enables them to follow planes or other ll1lSSll6S, oyertakmg
and destroymg them
and mathematics and the practical applrcatton of these branches of learmng How
ever, I would submrt that each of us should re read the Declaratron of Independence
the Constitution of the Umted States and at least one authorltatly e book on Amerrcan
history and one on ancient history Then, we should crltrcally read a book recently
published called The Ugly Amertcan Let us then ask what has made Amerlca
great Has our Amerrcan dream of a hlgh standard of lrvmg and an equal opportunity
for each Amerrcan been an rdle one? Or, have we somehow enabled many an m
drvtdual to rise from humble begtnnmgs on the starrway to the stars and achreve
a better lrfe for hrs having chmbedg Is there not a lesson for us to learn regarding
the xmportance of the study of language and socral studres7 Would the world have
been better or worse lf men hke Wmston Churchill had not l1ved7
The answers to the above questrons are, of course, almost obvrous to a student
of history They are certamly pertment in these days of psychologrcal COIIHICI Let
us then burld and chmb the lxteral starrway to the stars, but let us not m our mterest
rn the physxcal exploratron of outer space forget that much of a man s progress has
been made by men who have caught a glimpse of the figuratrve starrway to the stars
and made the world a better place rn which to lrve The wealth of this country rs
great enough for us to achleve both Let us, then, strive for them and assrgn to each
the relattve worth rt deserves
We are lrvmg rn a truly marvelous era It rs my fondest hope that each of you
will lrve lxfe to the fullest and m so dorng help others bulld a starrway to the stars
Robert W Kochenour,
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Mr. Thomas Baker B. S. M. Ed.
Soclal Srudxes, Geography
Pennsylvama State College
Mrs J W Wlneman
Secretary to the Supervxsmg Prmcnpal
Mr Berk B Meredlth, B S Miss Mary Skmner, B S
Commercral Subjects Socral Srudxes Arr
Shxppensburg., State Teachers Kollege Shlppenshurg, State Teachers College
Mr Glen Mmlck, B S Mrs Anna Mae Bock, B S Mr Gerald Stewart, B S
Mathematlcs Sclence Home l'L0l'l0l'I1lL5 Malhematxcs Cillllflltfllill Subjects
Shlppensburi, State Teachers College jumaxa College Shxppcnshurg, State Tcichers College
Mrs Kathleen Yocum, B Mr William W Shearer, A B
Shippensburg., Stare Teachers College Susquehanna University
Senior English Dramatics Vocational Agriculture Science Fnglish
French Driver Education
Pennsylvania State University Shnppen buff, Stare Teachers College
Mrs. Kathleen Shoop, A. B. Mr. Millard Fitzgerald, B. S. Mrs. Patricia Campbell, B. S.
Mr Robert Stewart BS Mrs Mildred Hartz, BS
Shippensburg State Teachers College lebanon Valley College
Mr John Molnar, B S Mrs Elizabeth North, R N
Health Physical Education Chester County Hospital
West Chester State Teachers College
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Chemistry, Science, Biology Music Education
JANET RUTH HENRY
A member of our class untll her death ln 1955
A preclous classmate rom us lS gone,
Her lolce ue loted lS stzlled
A place IS Lacant m our room,
Which neeer can be filled
Cod U1 his ulsdom hath re called
The boom o lol e I9 gn en,
Although .she may be absent here,
Her soul ES safe ln healen
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Marvm books aren t his worry
concerned drlves a Ford mce personallty
Inramurals1254FFA234 FFAO er
2 3 4 Chorusl Bandl
devxl works 1n him oversleeps
he ll try anythmg a hunter at heart
Baseball! 2 5 4 Soccerl 4 Basketball 2 3 Pho
tography Club 1 2 4 Varsxty Club 2 3 Intramurals 1
Connre enyoys telling stories Drck s
her man .Q peppy cheerleader captam ready
Class Officer 1 4 F H A 1 Hockeyl 2 Cheer
leadmg, 2 3 4 Cheerleadmg Captam 4 Scnence Club 3
French Club 3 Chorus 1 2 3 4 County Chorusl 2 5
4 Bandl 2 3 4 County Band 2 3 Dramatlcs 3 4
Intramuralsl 2 3 4 Student Secretary 4 Yearbook Staff
Vonnxe good lrstener casual joms
nn the fun adds her two cents
Class Oflicer 1 Intramurals 1 2 3 4 Intramural
Representatlve 3 Chorus I Z 3 4 County Chorus 1 3
4 Band 1 2 3 4 County Band 1 2 3 4 Scrence Club
3 Dramatlcs Club 3 Cheerleader 3 4 F H
Hockey 1 2 Student Secretary 4 Yearbook Staff
Ka neat dresser has an eye for
lntramuralsl 2 3 4 Band 1 2 3 4 County Band
l 2 Chorusl 3 4 County Chorusl 2 3 F H A 1
Science Club 2 Dramatxc Club 3 4 French Club 3 4
Llbrarnan 3 4 Safety Patrol 3 Yearbook Staff
jerry gxves teachers a rough nme
tousled blond harr never over enthused
lntramuralsl 2 3 4 Track 1 2 3 4 Soccer2 3 4
Varsxty Club 2 3 4 Student Secretary 4 Yearbook Staff
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Norma Now, that wasn t me pretty
halr talks to Barb gets vxsrtors from Blam
French Club 3 4 Lrbrarran 3 4 Intramurals 1 2 3
4 Science Club 4 F H A 1 Dramatrc Club 4 Year
Nancy lrkes to eat drlves an Impala
nrce to know lrkes good lOOklDg boys
F H A 1 Sc1enceClubZ 3 Chorusl 2 3 4 County
Intramuralsl 2 3 4 Lrbrarxan 4 Student Secretary 4
Mary Lourse Crouse
Mary talks rn physics class oh the
boys she knows carefree lrkes Chevles
Chorus 1 2 3 4 County Chorus 1 3 4 Band 1 2
3 4 County Band 1 3 4 Intramurals 1 2 3 4 Scxence
Club 2 3 F H A 1 French Club 3 4
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"Hot Rod" . . . yields to Margie's call . . . good
dancer . . . a pleasant one . . . likes to tease. 8-uh.
F. F. A. 2, 5, 4g F. F. A. Ofhcer 5, 4g Intramurals 1, 2,
5, 4g Baseball 2, 5, 45 Soccer 2, 5, 45 Photography 4g
Norm prlots a Cadrllac tru els to
Loudon he s McGee s buddy hot on the
Class Officer 5 4 Intramuralsl Z 5 'i Intramu l
Representatnwe l 2 Varsxts Club 2 5 4 Varsity Club
Officer 2 5 4 Suence Club 2 4 Photographs Club 2 4
French Club5 4 Baseball 1 2 5 4 Basketball 1 2 5 4
S ccer 1 2 5 4 Track 2 5 4 Dramatrc Club 1 2 5 4
Chorus 1 County Chorus 1 Xearbook Staff
B1 bashful not hxm llkes twms
out of doors most of the tlme cowboys around
ln a Chexy
rsxty Klub 2 5 fr k 7 3 4 Class Ofhcc
Varsm Club Othccr 2 4 4 Intramuralsl 2 a 4 Xcar
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Barb llkes Fords cowgnrl short,
cure and qurte unattached nuschrewous brown
Class Oiiicer 2 French Club 5 4 Lnbrarnan 3 4 Inxra
n ralsl 2 3 4 Scnence Club4 Chorusl F H A 1
Dramarlc Club 4 Xearbook Staff
Car likes to fish argues wrth the
teachers spends free tlme readlng often
seen wrth erry
Bas etball l Baseball l 5 4 Im amurals l 2 3 4
Vesta May Glpe
Lula Belle pesrers eweryone drrwes
Sons Merc always reads for mischief
chews gum constantlx
Chorus l 2 1 Intramurrlsl 7 4 Student Secretarx
Bonme dances w1th Leedy petlte
qutet always w1th Kay long pony t tl
Class Olhcerl F H A I 2 Band 1 2 5 4 Cho us
3 4 County Chorus 4 French Club 3
Dramattc Club 3 4 Intramurals 1 2 3 4 Student
Council 4 Student Counctl Officer 4 Science Club 4
Sctence Club Officer 4
Donna musical type neat has her
eyes on Dennts blushes CHSIIQ
Class Oliicer 4 Band 1 2 3 4 County Ba d 5 4
Chorus l 2 4 County Chorus 4 French Club 5 4
Science Club 2 4 Sctence Club Ofhcer 4 F H A
Intramurals 1 2 5 4 Intramural Representatuve 1 2
ot bashful wears Glenn s watch
gets along with anyone neat, studtous
Science Club 2 Intramurals 4 Student Secretary 4
a promlsed to B111 studlous
enjoys a good laugh can t walt for graduatton
Bandl 2 3 4 County Bandl 2 Chorus 1 2 3 4
County Chorus 1 2 3 4 Sclence Club 2 F H A 1
Student Councrl 4 Student Councrl Officer 4 Intramurals
I 2 3 4 Intramural Representattve 3 French Club 3 4
Pee Wee ready to get into trouble
keeps the glflS guessmg dances well en
joys going south
Class Olicer 2 3 Intramurals 1 2 3 4 Student
Counctl 1 2 3 4 Student Counctl Oliicer 3 4 Inter
school Councrl 2 Scrence Club 2 4 Scxence Club Officer
4 Intramural Representauve 1 2 Dramaut Club 2 3 4
Baseball 2 3 4 Basketballl 2 3 4 Soccer I 2 3 4
Varslty Club 2 3 4 French Club 3 4 Chorus 1 Year
Don one of the Vo Ag boys llkes to
be coaxed really klCkS the soccer ball
can t make up his mmd
Soccer 2 3 4 F F A 3 4 Class Officer 2 Student
Counc1l3 4 Intramurals 1 2 3 4
LaWanda llkes to play hookle ost
w1thout Shlrley has lnterests rn Mt Unron
Chorus 1 2 Intramurals 2 Student Secretary 4
Samuel N ell
Sam doesn t go for glrls quret, shy
books aren t hrs concern often seen rn a
Intramuralsl 2 Student Secretary 4 F F A 2
Ray O Donnell
Ra usually tardy black, curly hart
seen often wrth oe usually seen rn center
Intramurals 1 2 5 4 Soccerl Z 5 4 Baseb ll 2 5
4 Track 3 4 F F A 5 4 Photo1,,raphyLlub 4 Varsity
Club 3 4
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Bonnxe llkes to run around swell ln
cheerleadmg good baton twrrler future
F H A 1 Chorusl 2 Band Mayorette 2 3 4 Cheer
leadlng., 2 3 4 Intramurals 1 2 5 4 Student Secretary
4 Class Officer 3 Yearbook Staff
Calvm tall, mlschrevous hunts deer
travels to Roxbury dances with short glrls
Intramurals 1 2 5 4 Student Secretary 4
Don cute, but shy Ford s his car
seen but not heard Sam s hrs buddy
Intramurals 1 2 5 4 F F A 2
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Owen Bonme s hrs glrl drrves a 59
Ford class presrdent known for hrs wrtty
Intramuralsl 2 3 4 Basl-cetball2 5 4 Track2 Class
Oiiicer 3 4 F F A 1 2 3 4 Varslty Club 3 4 Pho
tography Club 3 4
Margre never quiet excellent typrst
gets lots of H s sports a dlamond, thrrd
F H A 1 2 Chorus 1 2 3 Lrbrarran 4 Intramurals
2 3 4 Student Secretary 4 Intramural Representatrve
2 Yearbook Staff
works on a farm hasn t a worry
ln the world llkes older glrls could do
F A 2 3 4 F F A OHicer3 4 Intramurls
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Left to Right B1llFelmlee Pat Johnson Kay Baker Nancy Coons jerry Campbell Margaret Umbrell Barbara
Gamble Mrs Shoop Bonnxe Rosenberry Larry McGee Vonme Arnold Conme Arnold
Le t comer Norman Curfman Norma Campbell Ralph Crouse
Co Editors Barbara Gamble Margaret Umbrell
Busrness Editor Nancy Coons
Athletxc Editor Blll Felmlee
Musxc Edltor Kay Baker
Dramatlc Edxtor Larry McGee
Assoclate Class Edltor Bonnne Rosenberry
Advertlsmg Edrtors Norma Campbell Norman Curfman
Photography Ralph Crouse, Larry McGee, Connie Arnold
Typ s Vonme Arnold, jerry Campbell
Artlst Carl Geyer
Faculty Advlser Mrs Shoop
With the publncatron of thrs edltron of the Tuscaroran, we shall have com
pleted nine volumes It xs the arm of each senlor class to make IIS yearbook more
outstandmg and interesting than that of any prevlous year In selectmg our theme,
The Staxrway to the Stars we hope to attam a book worthy of the name Tuscaroran
In completlng this book, we haxe enjoyed every mrnute because of the co
operatxon gxven us by our advrsor and every member of the class
We of the staff wrsh to ex ress our smcere a reclatlon to our class advrsor,
Mr Meredrth, our photographer, Mr Andrews our publlsher Mr Beachley, our
yearbook advlsor Mrs Shoop and to our many patrons
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Front Rau Susan Crouse Lrnda Sho maker june Ptper Anne Shoemaker Karolyn Hammond Beverly Morton
Second Rou Mr Shearer Donald Mtller jake Iwkenrocle Tom Baker Paul long., james Campbell
Tlnrd Rou Iguth junktns jane Coons Nancy Ptper Brenda Umbrell Doris Rowles Betty Hotkcnberry Dorothy
Fourth Rou john Leatherman Marvtn Hammond Donald Reed Graydon McMullen Ralph Campbell Wtlltam
Hockenberry Robert Felmlee
1958 saw fifty one Freshmen enter Irannett Metal Htgh School under the gutd
ance of Mrs Yocum and Mr Shearer the class adusors
The olhcers are
Presxdent Gltn McGee
Vtce Prestdent Mary tn Hammond
Secretary Susan Crouse
The Student Counctl representatlves are Don Muller and George Book
The class IS well represented tn school actnmes haymg four members tn the
Band two Banner Carrters four members tn the Dramattc Club, and two untor
Front Rau Mrs Xocum Ester Dorty Cfrace Nohe Peggy johnson barlllrd ffifllll I-C008 Ruflk
Second Rou Robert Mtller beorge Book Arthur Clayton C len MtC,te Mar C rote Norman Hampton
Third Rau Nanu Sue Rosenberry jane Wtnttttarn Betty lltarlt Carolyn onts urls Smith Dons MtCowan
Fourth Rou jeanetta XX'oods Ronald Hemxny, Fddte Crouse, Melun Nexl Charles relmlee fred johnson Bonnte
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Front Rou judy Rosenberry joyte Hatcher Nancy Mlller Wanda Corntllus Donna Bruck Imda Palmer
.Second Rou Carol Thomas Arlene Guyer Rem Whtstner Conme Ate Sandra Wnser Dale ODonnell Bonnie
Tbxrd Rau Mrs Shoop oseph Sherman Wnllard Rosenberry Robert johnson lxtnneth Gxpe, George Kane
Fourth Rau john Wotmds Robert Harrts George Umbrell Harvey Burkholder Peter MtHenry Galen Stewart
The Eighth Grade organized as one group for the first tlme thts year In Sey enth
Grade they were orgamzed accordmg to home rooms The only art1y1ty they haye
entered mto was the selllng of magazines durmg their Seventh Grade
The ofhcers are
Fronl Rou jatquelme Peterson Imda Hammond Pat Tolbert jane McAllen Petty Heagle Charles Mowers
Setond Rau Dwight lxauffman Harry C Ledy Carl Xotum Wxlllam Baker Iavonda Nell Betty Runls
Tbzrd Rau Pdwyard Prnt R1tharlTolbert Margaret Burkholder Plame hkenrodc Mr l'llLj.,LI'dlLl Sara Brntl-ter
Fourth Rou Alfred johnson Gerald Clayton lern Dorty Betty Taylor Nlaxme Robmson lrdward North Carl
Wtlson Robert jarrell
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President s.....r...a...,,,,. U--. ,e...,.v.., Williattl Baker
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Front Rou Connte Ne1l Anrta Gamble Arlene McMullen judy Etter Wanda Hockenberry Carol Umbrell jean
Serond Rau Robert Hampton Andy Cnncrnch Bllly Dague larry Carlin Barry Rhine Gerald johnson Arthur
Thzrd Ron Rosalie Hobble Maxme Mxddauch Martha Cnbbons Betty Burkholder jeanne Yocum Norma
Bender jacquellne Shoemaker Mr Stewart
Fourth Rou Norman johnson Charles Mtller Leroy Hockenberry Marltn Nell Kelth Snow Larry Hockenberry
Ronald McGee Harry Mrley
The class has not been yery actne this year but are maklng plans for the
future They hope to have a successful year
The officers are
Pres1dent Andy Gmgrrch
Secretary Treasurer Jeanne Yocum
Student Councll Carole Cllmer
Front Rau Larry Zexgler Goldte Gamble Pat Maxwell joan Reed Mary Hockenberry Joyce Hockenberry, Vrolet
Second Rou Wayne johnson Glorta Doyle Barbara Robmson Carole Clxmer Pat Book Wanda Canter Anna
Smlth Rxchard Felmlee
Tbzrd Rou Harry Hammond Carl Devmney Carl McClure Frank ODonnell Flmer Beaston Bob Nell Bentley
Fourlb Rou Russell Bot,g.,s Samuel Miller Brlly Swatles Wrlltam Mnddaugh Mrs Campbell Ronald High
C ary Penrod james Closhorn
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Lefl lo Rlgbt Nellie North Ronald Varner Pat johnson Charles Maxwell Bonnie Groce
Donald M1"er Mr Meredith Larry MCC ee Terry Simpson Fddie North Carole Climer
Donald Miller Sally McClure K eorge Book judy Ftter
The Student Vouncil met in the beginning of the term and elected officers for
the present school year This group was made up of representatnes from grades
seven through twelye
It IS the responsibility of each Student Council member to represent his class
in the voicing of opinions to engage not only in responsibilities withm the school,
but outside as well, to encourage greater participation on the part of the students,
and to help all students learn to become citizens in future life
This year, as in preuous years the Student Council has decided to sell school
lackets They also sell ICC cream during the lunch hour which gives the student
members not engaged in other activities a chance to do something constructive.
This capable organization has worked hard and has brought about many activi-
ties as well as entertainment, which has been enjoyed by the faculty as well as by
T e oflicers are:
President A ..... .-AAA..-... r.r, ,....... -AAAAAAA Larry McGee
Vice-President .... .A .A .... AA A- .- A - AA-. .... , ,. ,A W- Charles Maxwell
Secretary A A A A A A A rr.. A A AA A A A AAAA .- A A AAA, . .A A A A A Sally McClure
Treasurer AAAAAAAAA .---A..--.. AA.. .. .... -.-, YA ,. - Patricia johnson
Semor Hugh Chorus
Dzrertmg Mrs Hartz
Fran! Rau Mary Mowery judy Shaffer Nancy Piper Susan Crouse Connie Bruck Nancy
Second Rau Peggy Rosenberry, Mary Crouse Conme Arnold Sally McClure Pat johnson
Fourth Rau jane Wlneman Bonnne Croce Ruth junkms Lula Belle Cnpe LaWanda Morrxs
Tlnrd Rau kay Baker Grace Yohe Pat Campbell jane Coons Bonnre Pechart jucly Smith
Donna Goshorn Vonnxe Arnold
Thls year a umor and a Semor Hlgh Chorus was orgamzed by Mrs Hartz he
The first festlye presentatlon of the year was a beauuful Lhrlstmas Pageant
which was presented on December 19 by the combined choruses The theme of the
pageant was The Story of the FIISC Chrxstmas
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Front Rou Annta Gamble I'lmer Beaston larry Hockenberry Barry Rhme Leroy Hockenberry
Charles Miller Arthur buyer Arlene MtMullen Barbara Robmson
.Second Rou Judy Rosenberry linda Farmer Donna Brutk Margaret Burkholder Joan Reed
Carol Thomas Mary Horkenberry Judy Ftter Jean Mlller Jacquelme Peterson
Tbzrd Rau Rem Whnstner Jacquelme Shoermker Pat Maxwell Pat Book Pern Dorty Elame
Eckenrode Joyce Hatcher Nancy Muller Wanda Cornellus Peggy Fleagle Connle Ace
Fourth Rou Mrs Hartz Jane McAllen Dale Ollonnell Sandra Wiser Bonnie Johnson
eanne Yocum Carole Cllmer Pat 'lolhert Norma Bender Clorna Doyle Iawanda Hocken
The unlor Hlgh Chorus and the Senior Hlgh Chorus presented the Chrtstmas
Program In March, the Flemenrary County Chorus Fesnyal was held at our school
To conclude the school year, the Chorus and Band presented the annual Sprlng
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thusrasm of the members amply make up for their smallness in number
The members attended the Marine Band Concert at Chambersburg Area Senior
High School on Noyember 15 Some of the members attended the County Band
Festlval at McConnellsburg on March 17
The Band proyrded muslc for the Memornal Day SCIVICCS for Path and Amber
Vonnre Arnold Davrd McClure
Mary m Muller
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Walter Dague Pat johnson
Sally McClure MAjORETTh Carolyn jones
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Prom Rau Kay Baker Barbara Gamble Vonme Arnold Bonnte Croce ane Xvmeman Susan
Crouse Ruth junktn Nancy Sue Rosenberry
Second Rou Donna Coshorn Norma C ampbell Connte Arnold Charles Maxwell Ruth Wtlscun
Walter Dapue Lflllly Snow Davtd Md lure Sally McClure Pat Campbell
brrd Rou Ralph Campbell Prwm Gamble Larry Clayton Ronald Paton Larry Mthee
Slandmg Pat johnson Norman Curfman
Slx members of our class have represented us tn Dramattc Club durmg the past
two years Kay Baker Bonnte Groce, Connle Arnold Vonnxe Arnold Norman Curf
man, and Larry McGee all have contributed much to the success of plays presented
by the Dramattc Club
In our Sophomore year Norman Curfman and larry Mcbee appeared tn the
play The Remarkable Mr Pennypaker
Penny was presented tn the Sprung of 1958 Kay Baker portrayed very suc
cessfully the role of Penny s aunt
The Club sees one Broadway htt a year at Hershey So far we haye seen the
stage shows Damn Yankees and Auntie Mame Both were qutte an experience
Front Rau Beverly Morton Connre Ace Peggy johnson jane Wnneman Lmda Palmer june
Prper Karolyn Hammond Anne Shoemaker
Second Rau Fmlly Snow Ruth Wrlstmn Nellxe North Dale ODonnell Margaret Umbrell
Mrs Shoop Larry Crouse Nancy Coons Connre Arnold jeanne Yocum Lmda Shoemaker
Crouse joan Locke
The student llbrarlans have worked very hard ln organizing and operatlng the
lxbrary Oyer three hundred new books were added to the shelves thls year There
are forty seven current perrodncals and two newspapers
In September, the llbrarv had Open House at whlch an afternoon tea was very
graclously served hach class was mvrted to come and look over the new books and
become acqualnted wrth therr locatlons
The lrbrary contarns a wide range of books used for reference work and leisure
readlng Because of the co operation of the puprls under the guidance of Mrs Shoop,
the llbrary may be used almost each period of the school day
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Lawrence Briggs, Normal Campbell, Klay' Baker, Barbara Gamble, Sahdra Wiser, Mary:
Future Farmers of America
Front Rou Marvm Adams Allen Prper Robert Prlce Ralph Crouse Robert Hockenberry
Stanley Burdge Marvin Mrller
Second Rau Mr Fntzgerald joe Allen Donald Mxller Bxll Felmlee Ray O Donnell joe Yohe
Samuel Mowery Owen St Clanr
The F F A has fifteen members wlth Mr Fntzgerald as the adviser
The group went to the South Mountam Farr rn September It IS always the1r
prrvtlege to attend the Pennsylvania Farm Show at Harrrsburg Recreatron IS of great
rmportance ln the organlzatlon In November a dance open to the entlre school
was glven by the boys They also secured and decorated a Chrtstmas tree whlch was
placed tn the lobby of the school
The enttre group IS very cooperatlve and IIS arm IS to be the most outstandlng
tn the school organization
Vrce Presldent Marvln Adams
Secretary joe Yohe
Treasurer Owen St Claxr
Reporter Don Muller
Sentmel Stanley Budge
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Left to Rfgbl Norma Campbell Mary Crouse Donna Goshorn Conme Arnold Dorothy Hamp
ton Nancy Coons Lula Belle Grpe Bonme Rosenberry Shrrley Serbert Margaret Umbrell
Vonnre Arnold Pat johnson Kay Baker Bonnle Croce LaWanda Morrrs Barbara Gamble
The grrls have three major projects, wnth each project covermg a perlod of three
months The projects are sewlng, cooknng and crafts
Actrvxty rs the key work of the group In the plcture, the glrls are planmng
a drnner, dolng craftwork, and dxscussrng therr garments
At the Pennsylvania Farm Show, Donna Goshorn put on dlsplay a whrte sport
coat she made For this she won first prrze
The Senior Homemakmg Class took a Betty Crocker homemakmg test which
was given to semors over the entrre Unlted States Margaret Umbrell, the wmner
of this test, was named Fannett Metal Homemaker of Tomorrow She received
the highest score on homemakmg knowledge and attrtudes She wlll recerve a home
makmg p1n and her exammatxon paper wrll be entered m competmon with those of
other school wrnners ln the state to name the State Betty Crocker Homemaker of
Tomorrow Each State Homemaker wlll recexve a 31,500 scholarshxp from General
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Mary Crouse Barbara Gamble Larry McGee Bonnie Grote Mr Mtnrtk
Each year there ts an tncreaslng number of students studying sctence In these
classes students learn many thlngs about the modern SCICHIIHC world They become
acquainted not only wtth tdeas appertamlng to the eyeryday home ltfe, but to
prmcnples used tn lndustry as well
Thts year, for the first ttme, commercial students are requtted to take chenustry
Durln the ast ears, h stcs and chemtstr hate been alternated b tween the
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juntor and senior classes, having one year physlcs and the following year chemtstry
Fin! Row Ray 0 Donnell Owen St Clatr Donald Setbert
Serond Rou Samuel Netl Shtrley Senbert Bonnre Rosenberry
Tbrrd Rou Ralph K rouse lula Belle C tpe IaVu'anda Morrts Dorothy Hampton
Fourth Rau Vonnte Arnold Conme Arnold lNanu Koons Nlarparet l mbrell
Frflb Rou XVtll1am Pelmlee joe Allen Marstn Adams
Standrng Mr Stewart Donald Mtller jerry Campbell joe Nohe
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In car Norman Curfman
Standmg Owen St Clatr Raymond Shoemaker
This year for the flrst Drtver Education lb a required subject for all Tenth
Grade pupxls Those who do not become snxteen before the clo e of the school year
can take the practice drxvmg the followmg year
The school was represented at the Teenage Conference at Shxppensburg State
'leachers College by Kay Baker Ruth Wilson Ronald Paton and Walter Dague
The theme discussed was a new code of ethlcs for drners
In May 1958 Sara Mae Klmg Norman Curfman Owen St Clair Rnchard
Mlller and Raymond Shoemaker attended the Teenage Roadeo at Chambersburg
and Wfaynesboro Ow 1 St Clalr placed second at Chambersburg and won a Twenty
I'lVC Dollar Savmgs Bond Rtchard Muller placed first at Wfaynesboro Besides a
bond he won a plaque and the prnxlege of entermg the State Roadeo
All schools of the county competed ln the Safe DIlVlng Contest sponsored by
the Sportsmans Club of Franklin County ames Buchanan and I'annett Metal
tied for HIS! place and are sharmg the trophy gtven by thls organlzatlon
Chambersburg Ford Company proudes the automobxle for the Dru er Educatxon
course Two cars are gn en each year the second one 15 recelved after the new
models come out
Fxrsl Rau Lula Belle Cnpe LaWanda Morrns Nancy Coons
Second Rau jerry Campbell Dorothy Hampton Bonnle Rosenberry Shirley Serhert Margaret
Tbzrd Rou Conme Arnold Vonme Arnold Nlr Meredith Donald Sexbert Samuel Nell
Ofhte Practice I5 a requtred subject for all commerctal students It prepares each
student for the many dlilercnt phases of work tn the commercial flcld that he will
face nn the future
Each student ts given the opportunity to work rn the ofhcc as a student secretary
and thereby becomes better acquainted wxth the actual working condltlons of a
The students are also mstructed how to use the calculating machmes, mxmeo
graph, and the spmt dupllcator
Intramurals rs playmg of dtfferent sports among the grades It IS made up of
four leagues sentor htgh gtrls and boys and yuntor htgh grrls and boys lzach year
there IS an mcreastng number of students playmg which makes the competmon more
The games are played at noon and are usually refereed by two students ln the
htgher grades The games foster a better rclattonshtp between students and help
create a more sportsmanltke attitude
Each ttme a game IS won by a parttcular team that team recenes a certatn
number of potnts At the end of the year the team with the hrghest number of
pornts recelves the plaque provmg they are the rntramural champs The plaques
are placed tn the home rooms of the wmners and remaln there untll they are won
by another team Last year both plaques were won by the 11 A gtrls and llth grade
boys rn the Sentor Hlgh League
The ll A gtrls played the All Star feam whtch was selected from the remamtng
gtrls by the physical education teacher They also played the alumnae The 11 A
gtrls wrnntng every game they played, fintshed the school year as an undefeated
Frou! Rau Connte Arnold Vonme Arnold
Second Rau Peggy Rosenberry oan Iotkc Bonnre Rosenberry Nellxe North
The Cheerleaders of 1958 59 haye added to thexr squad two new C hecrleaders
however, thelr alternate has decxded to leaxe the group Last ytar they purchased two
new skxrts They were also financlally able to glXC pms as awards
Connre Arnold actlng as Captaln along with Bonnle Rosenberry her Co
leaders go to each game and cheer the T1ger qumtct to uctory
The unlor Hlgh Cheerleaders are Sandy Carlln Susan Crouse ane McAllen
Donna Bruck, udy Rosenberry em Mllllf Pat Maxwell and Pat Bool Ihey tray el
With the jumor Hlgh teams to chter them on to uctory
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Miller Matthew Felmlee john leelx Marvin Miller Robert Hotkenberrx Robert Snyder
Sezond Rau Ronald Paton Prank North Norman Curfman Glen Tailor jerry iampbell
Larry Llaxton Kharles Maxwell john bemple
The Varsity Club was organized in 1957 In the fall of 1958 Mr Molnar took
over the leadership of the organization All boys who hate lettered in any sport
are elegible for memb rship The purpose of this club 15 to further the adxance.
ment of athletics in the school to work with sarious organizations in presenting
awards, to gnc members an opportunity to purchase awards, and to encourage
The members of the VdfS1I, Club sold hot dogs and soft drinks at the home
basketball games Thcy are looking forward to a wery successful year
Presldent Norman Lurfman
Vice President Robert Hockenberry
Secretary Owen St Clair
Treasurer Bill Felmlee
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good sportsmanship and good school spirit throughout the school.
After los1ng s1x senlors the Fannett Metal Soccer Team Hnxshed the season wlth
a record of nme wrns, mo losses and three t1es
Our team placed second ln the Pranklm County Leavue Marvln Mxller, ohn
Semple, and Wxllranl Irelmlee made the Pranklm County All Star Team
Iamzetr Mffal Opponcn!
The Trgers are being coached thrs year by ohn Molnar They are hopxng to
lmprove last year s record of fourteen wlns and eight losses Thus was an IIIIPFUVCIIICIII
over the prevlous years record of thirteen wins and seven losses
Last year ln the Franklin County Athletic Conference the qulntet won sex en
games and lost three The boys played hard and fast wlth excellent teamwork The
quintet has four players from last years team however, they have been replaced
by a number of boys on last year s umor Varslty team
Fannett Metal Opponent Opponent
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Thls year s ayvee Team has lost a few players but they hate also gamed some
from the untor Htgh team
The llttle Ttgers have won etght games and lost twelve The games were played
hard fast and vrgorously
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The 1958 59 school year was the second year that our school parttclpated ln
the Frankl1n iounty umor Htgh School Basketball Conference
Thtrty tive 7th 8th and 9th Graders reported for the ftrst Pracuce on Novemb r
8 1958 The eleven Ntnth Graders who make up the varsity team are
Arthur Clayton George Book Wtlllam Hockenberry Mat Grote Ronald Hemmg., Tom Baker
Paul Long Glen McGee Graydon McMullen Robert Muller Donald Mxller
The Junxor Varsttt ts composed of
Ierry Llaxton Bill Baker Fl North C alen Stewart Gforge lxam Harry Hammond Arthur
Gmgrnch Ronald Md ee Barn Rhmt Harm Mnlu
The managers were Marsm Hanunond Flmer Beaston larrx Carlm Ieros Hotkenberry
The boss are lookmg toward a more successful setson thts year Ihey learned
great deal ln thelr first season md are gomg to demonstrate th rr knowledge to
the best of their abthty
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a record of elght losses and two wms
The outlook for thts year ns very encouraging as we have seven Iettermen
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For the second consecutiye year F M H S has had a track team The F M
runners had six track and Held meets winning four and losing two The team at
tended the Shippensburg lmitational Track Meet Willianm Felmlee Richard Miller
and Philip Hammond attended the District Three Meet held in Lancaster Pennsyl
vama William Felmlee p'aced second in the 180 yard low hurdles to qualify for
the State Meet
held at Chambersburg lhere they placed second They also attended the Sonny
Sheppard Memorial Relay Meet held at Hanoxer Pennsylyania The team won
second place in the 440 yard relay second place in the 880 yard relay third place
in the Meley relay and first place in the mile relay Runners of the mile relay were
Matthew Felmlee Bill Felmlee jerry Campbell and Donald Miller These victories
enabled the team to bring the trophy home to the school
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The Angst Most Bashful
Best Personality Class Clowns
'Iallest and Shortest
Mrs Curfman Mrs Felmlee
Mr Breckenridge Mr Muller
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Marvm Adams drdn t have a car
oe Allen would be on trme?
Connre Arnold dldn t go wrth Drck?
Vonnre Arnold lrked Commercral Law?
Kay Baker got rn a hurry?
erry Campbell had a steady grrl?
Norma Campbell had black hart?
Nancy Coons were short and stout?
Mary Crouse drdn t know any boys
Ralph Crouse dxdn t date Margre?
Norman Curfman were four feet tall?
B111 Felmlee drdn t get mto trouble?
Barbara Gamble were contrary?
Carl Geyer dld his books?
Donna Goshorn couldn t drrve?
Bonme Groce had short hart?
Dorothy Hampton were stubborn?
Pat ohnson drdn t have Brll?
Larry McGee wouldn t be rn sports
Don Muller backed down rn a frght?
LaWanda Morrls came to school regularly?
Sam Nell were nolsy?
Ray O Donnell dld h1s chemrstry?
Calvln Prper would type all the trme?
Bonme Rosenberry were quiet?
Don Serbert had a crew cut?
Owen St Clanr didn t prck on the grrls?
Margaret Umbrell lunched without Ralph?
Joe Yohe drdn t show off?
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The Flrst Natronal Bank
Member of FD I C
The Peoples Natronal Bank
The Bank with the Drlve In Window
Harry H Detwrler
P O Box 764
All Forms of Insurance
J W Myers8fCompany Inc
Phone Colony 4 7I78
The National Bank of Chambersburg
Box 376 Chambersburg Penna
I2 West Kung Street
Dry Goods Notuons and
Ladies Ready to Wear
McCIeary Oll Company
I5 I7 West Kung Street
Drstrlbutors rn Esso
Walter H Glasgow
I65O Lrncoln Way East
Sewing Machunes Sales and Service
Duttneld Musrc House
I44 South Mann Street
Path Valley National Bank
Dry Run Penna
Be Thrifty and Be Happy
Geyer s Clover Farm Store
Fresh Meats, Groceries Produce
Val E Restaurant and Service Statron
Wullow Hull Penna
General Reparrlng Welding and
New Idea Equipment
Farm Bureau Cooperatrve
Sprung Run Penna
Feeds Seeds Fertlllzer
C V Cooperatrve
Feed Fertrllzer Farm Supplies
Warden Clothing Company
The News Chronucle
Farmers 8. Merchants Trust Company
Modern Home Applnance Company
Valley Baknng Company Inc
Chambersburg Trust Company
E C Barnes 81 Sons
St Thomas Penna
The Pines Tavern
Alexanders I G A Market
Dry Run Penna
Ft Loudon Penna
Our House Restaurant
Fort Loudon Penna
Valley View Store and Restaurant
Dry Run Penna
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Dorns Beauty Shop
Phone FL 9 269l
Dons Campbell Owner and Operator
Parkette Frozen Custard
Rlchmond Furnace Penna
Ft Loudon Penna
General Repanrung AAA
Rlchmond Furnace Penna
Coal Feeds Gram
Tuscarora State Bank
Blasrs Mllls Penna
For More Than a Century
Bruce B Gamble
Feeds Seeds Fertulszer
Snyders Sales arfl Servuces
Mrs M K Muller
Wlllow Hall Penna
Texaco Gas and Oul
Matter s Plumbing Heatlng and
New and Used Appliances
Dry Run Penna
Cecul C Felmlee
Dry Run Penna
Agent for Nationwide Insurance
Bender s Store
Dry Run Penna
Clnft Pnper s Garage
Sprung Run Penna
Donald M McCurdy
Dry Run FL 9 2477
Wlllow Hull Penna
D R and Carl L Rosenberry
Richmond Furnace Penna
Lumber and Pulpwood
Phone FL 9 2268 or 9 2589
Blackburn and Russell
Kellers Used Car Market
Route3 Shlppensburg Penna
New and Used Cars
30 North Fayette Street
l Hour Cleanlng and
Roth s Furnuture Store
38 East Kmght Street
Whenever you thunk of furniture
thank of Rothsl
G E Rhlnehart Stone
33 W Kung Street
Hotponnt Applrances and
Galen Gates 84 Sons
8 West Kung Street
Men s and Boy s Clothmg
Women s and Children s Shoes
Make Bullys Shoe Store
l9 E Kung Street
Sportung Goods and Shoe Repanrlng
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Carl E Schuman
235 East Kung Street
Kelvlnator Electrical Appliances
Burdge s Plumbing and Heatnng
Phone Dry Run FL 9 2333
Shnppensburg Recreatlon Center
4l8 West Kung Street
Roller Skating and Bowlang
Community State Bank
Wlllow Hull Penna
John L Agett Funeral Home
Dry Run Penna
Cecrl s Electric Servlce
Dry Run Penna
Valley View Service Statron
Dry Run Penna
Pecks Feed Mull
Blalrs Mllls Penna
Nye s West End Atlantic
647 Phrladelphna Avenue
Mr and Mrs Rrchard Andrews
L Arglon Apparel
Cornelius Furniture Store
Hanover and McConnellsburg Penna
J Paul Fogelsonger Insurance Agency
George E Small
Rnchmond Furnace Penna
Sprung Run Penna
Swope Jewelry Store
Blue Bnrd Restaurant
McCormucks Barber Shop
Kates Beauty Salon
S D Jones Motors Inc
Goodharts Shoe Store
Ke -neth Doyle
J eannette C rouse
John T Campbell
J M Arnold
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