Garden Spot High School - Spartanus Yearbook (New Holland, PA)

 - Class of 1964

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I 2 Aff' 1 asf H5 Qf ' THE SCHQCDL ADMINISTRA TION . yfefgrce gfpuzpose 122 our ralozw yrozozkzy consoHoQ!Qof2. Mr. Robert P. Simon Supervising Princpal Mr. Joseph H. F reesernan 'fit Miss Ruth A. Witman Senior High Guidance Counselor Business Manager A Mr. John A. Greer Junior High Guidance Counselor W FACULTY N, 3 f. L 2 Wx X an-idk an-J f F-Ef5?:l5'2f' .Sl l l-sig? " Y +111 i rvfw z A Mr. Edward K. Allen Business Education Mrs. Grace A. Bergstresser German Mrs. Jane E. Best Mathematics Miss Clara K. Bla.ker Physical Education Mr. Luke M. Bowman Music Mrs. Clio M. Brandau Health, Physical Education Mr. Roy W. Brandau Business Education Mrs. Pearle S. Brelsford English Mr. Harold W. Carey Business English, Spanish Mr. Robert G. Daugherty Vocational Agriculture Mr. J. William Dean Social Studies Mrs. Eleanor W. Dissinger Reading Mr. James C. Firestone . Social Studies x l He? Mtg Mr. Robert L. Garrett N VAA Biology, Science J Mrs. Marlene Harlow French T As Mr Latchar lectu res his I A class his prime objective is to teach his students to apply their knowl edge in our special world Courses, such as the one instructed by Mr. Kenepp, strengthen the curriculum which aids in broadeninga student's knowledge in the scientific field. Mr. Russel J. Hay Social Studies Mr. J. Kenneth Herr Industrial Arts Mr. Robert D. Herr Vocational Agriculture Mrs. Margaret E. Hess Geography-Science Mr. Robert W. Hess Biology Mr. Lewis H. Hillard Industrial Arts Miss Virginia M. Hoffman Librarian Mr. Ray S. Huber Social Studies Mr. Andrew M. Katchur Geography Science Earth Science Mr. David C. Keller Art Mr. Earl W. Kenepp General Science Biology Mrs. Wilma J. Kennedy Business Education Mr. Girard E. Krebs Mathematics Mrs. Mary E. Lammey Reading Mr. Russel E. Latschar Industrial Arts if-Y S r r G 'vi , Qt .9 in 9-ww I4-an-4' i Her:- Mr. Arthur M. Loewen Health Physical Education Miss Dianne J. MacPherson Homemaking Mr. Jerald L. Martin Business Education Mr. John Q. Mask, III Mathematics Mr. David P. Myers English Mr. Francis A. Palumbo Special Education Mr. Robert A. Piper it social studies Mr. Michael Polednak English Mr. Gilbert B. Reynolds Mathematics Mrs. Susan R. Severs English Mrs. Marion B. Shirk I-Iomemaking Mr. William R. Shirk Leave Of Absence I' . . ' 'E Mr Kelsey O Smith Chemistry, Physics Mr. Raymond Somerfield English vs Mrs. Isabel E. Staffieri English Courses are illustrated by visual aids such as the one pictured above by Mr. Hess of the Biology department. Mr. John E. Stinsmen Art Mr. Richard K. Stockton Health Physical Education Mrs. Josephine Strausser English Miss Janet M. Taimmer Social Studies Miss Elizabeth M. Troxell Mathematics Mr. Joseph J. Turbedsky Geography-Science Mr. Robert A. Watro Driver Education Mrs. Betty J. Weaver Leave Of Absence English Mr. Robert C. Weaver Health Physical Education Mr. Paul H. White Music Mr. Russell H. Yost Social Studies Mr. Roy A. Young English it 'J' 1., l XD I V, xv' LL 17 137- I X vw I j. the' r ' SCHOOL STAFF Pictured are: B. Zook, F. Ludwig, S. Ames, M. Kreider, R. Blake- more, P. Kurtz, J. Bender, E. Johnson. Mrs. Alice R. Macomber A Bookkeeper Mrs. Mary S. Gehman School Nurse Dr William A. Faust School Physician Dr. Louis A. Williams "nf Guidance Secretary Secretary Receptionist Miss Helen E. Good Mrs. Arvilla M. Danner Mr. Ralph Grubb - Custodian School Dentist Mrs. Pauline E. High Cafeteria Manager Mrs. Kathryn Weidman Library Clerk 4' Pictured are: E. Weaver, R. Grubb, R. Richwine, C. Weaver, Mrs. Evelyn Spangler W, Shu-k, Head Custodian Mr. George S. Good Q . 1 is .. if - 'S - 3 The officers relax during a lull in the meeting, Mr, Menno H. Eby, Treasurer, Mr. Richard C. Bucher, Secretary, Mr. Ivan S. Witwer, President, and Mr. Roy Hoober, Vice President. SCHOOL BOARD Probably few students are aware of the vital role which the schoolboard has in the operation of our school. The board consists of representatives from town- ships andtwo boroughs. These men are C. Earl Deibler, Robert M. Homan, Jr., Monroe H. Good, Howard Spotts and Arthur G. Stubbs elected from Brecknock Township, Miles K. Gunzenhauser, Harvey H. Overly, Pency Weller, Charles R. Thomas, and Paul McCoy delegated from Caernarvon Township 5 Eugene Burkholder, Parke Dun- lap, Paul Sweigart, John W. Willwerth, and Jacob Wise representing Earl Township, Ray C. Boley, Meno H. Eby, William S. Eby, C. Theodore Sheaffer, and Ivan S. Wit- wer elected from East Earl Township. Allan R. Hun- sicker, V. Lester Schreiber, Roy W. Hoober, Harry E. Maclay and Dr. Louis E. Williams representing New Holland Borough, Richard C. Bucher, C. Stanley, Floyd A. Parmer, Michael H. Wenger, and Roy H. Zell dele- gated from Terre Hill Borough. ' These representatives are elected by the citizens every other year in November for asix year term, taking office in December. This means that not more than two new men are elected at one time. The duties of this board of men are to establish all school policies and the responsibility of the maintenance and operation of this school. To do this efficiently,three committees are set up within the board. The Education and Finance Committee is responsible for securing all funds necessary to promote better educa- tion and to carry out all operations in the school. To incur smooth operation of all its duties, this group holds regular monthly meetings. The school building is maintained structurally by the Building and Maintenance Committee which meets only when especially necessary. As the name would imply, the Transportation Com- mittee regulates the passage of students to and from school. They also map the bus routes and stops. Together these committees work to produce an ef- ficient school system that will enable the students to gain and to use much knowledge. 1 1 THE PEQPLE CLASS OFFICER J UNIORS President ............. . . Dick Rutt Vice President . . ...... .... M enno Eby Secretary .... .... S ydne Irons Treasurer . . .Cherry Brossman FRESHMEN President ................. Fred Simon Vice President . . . . Mary Beth Schreiber Secretary .... ...... C lair Miller Treasurer . . . . . Libbie Trostle 1 SOPHOMORES President .............. . . . Orie Good Vice President .......... . Mike Wenger Secretary .... . Martha McCoy Treasurer . . . Eileen Houck EIGHTH GRADE President ................. Beth Baxter Vice President ............ Richard Braine Secretary .... . . Teresa Ranck Treasurer . . . Judy Brobst 7th GRA DE 7-A, FIRST ROW - G. Burkholder, R. Buckwalter, C. Diem, K. Dombach, R. Buch, H. Althouse, E. Benner, N. Burkholder. SECOND ROW - Mrs. Dissinger, B. Bair, S. Dunlap, L. Burkhart, D. Clymer, C. Burris, M. Boley, B. Buterbaugh, N. Best, C. Campbell. THIRD ROW - C. Buchanan, R. Eckenroth, D. Buckwalter, M. Augsburger, T. Campbell, R. Blatt, J. Edwards, J. Arment, T. Brendle, L. Burhart. FOURTH ROW - L. Cedeno, G. Bowman, K. Brubaker, L. Bowman, R. Bachman, J. Bowman, I. Buckwalter, E. Brubacher, R. Beck, J. Braine. 7-B, FIRST ROW - J. Gehman, L. Hartman, L. Fern, E. Ginder, R. Fox, K. Morgan, W. Goble, R. Folker, B. Gensmer. SECOND ROW - Mr. Katchur, L. Good, K. Francis, C. Frankhouser, J. Good, S. Green, K. Garner, J. Hartraft, B. Fisher, J. Good. THIRD ROW - R. Good, T. Hassell, D. Good, J. Espenshade, J. Fessler, T. Hartraft, G. Freeman, W. Gilleland, W. Frank. FOURTH ROW - C. Good, B. Garner, W. Gehman, D. Good, J. Harnish, B. Getz, L. Fornoff, H. Haas, J. Harsh, S. Good. 7-C, FIRST ROW - T. Kautz, V. Leid, R. Kemper, E. Hillworth, E. Horst, J. Keller, P. Lowry, J. Kiefer, M. Ludwig, R. Longer. SECOND ROW - Mrs. Lammey, R. Hibshman, D. Hoover, J. Kreider, V. Kohl, B. Leaman, D. Loht, D. Lowery, S. Hench, C. Linton, D. Kephart. THIRD ROW - P. Laudermilch, P. Holmes, M. J. High, S. Jacobs, D. Light, E. Laudermilch, D. Kryder, J. Horst, M. Hibshman. FOURTH ROW - D. Herr, G. Kauffman, K. Herr, S. Herman, N. Hoober, B. Kochel, G. Leisey, B. Hoover, C. Kurtz. 29 7-D, FIRST ROW - R. A. Martin, M. Morgan, S. Mattis, K. Martin, L. Mast, D. Martin, M. Miller, P. Moore, R. Martin, D. Martin. SECOND ROW - Mr. Myers, L. Martin, W. McCarty, B. Musser, S. Miller, C. Miller, D. Martin, C. Martin, E. Maser, D. Martin. THIRD ROW - D. Martin, R. Martin, C. Moyer, D. Martin, B. Mohler, J. Martin, G. Martzall, R. Martin, R. Martin, R. Moyer. FOURTH ROW - J. Meilinger, L. Martin, C. Martin, C. Martin, T. Merchlinski, J. Martin, P. Martin, P. Musselmen, D. May. 7-E, FIRST ROW - C. Rutt, D. Musser, K. Patrick, M. Musser, S. Rice, B. Rutter, N. Newton, D. Oberholtzer. SECOND ROW - Mrs. Strausser, D. Oberholtzer, R. Samuels, S. Procter, T. Pierce, P. Nolt, J. Northeimer, F. Parmer, J. Rupp. THIRD ROW - J. Rutt, K. Musser, E. Ringler, T. Reeser, J. Peters, S. Patton, C. Peters, S. Reeder. FOURTH ROW - K. Myers, S. Ruland, J. Ressler, P. Paul, C. Peters, R. Musser, K. Richter. 7-F, FIRST ROW - R. Sensenig, P. Santiago, D. Simmons, E. Styer, G. Sheaffer, W. Shirk, M. Snader, J. Sauder, L. Snyder. SECOND ROW - Mrs.Staffieri, M. Shirk, K. Seifeit,C. Sollenberger, S. Simon, J. Sorber, R. Sprecher, S. A.Sto1tzfus, E. Spotts. THIRD ROW - J. Sauders, E. Sensenig, E. Steffy, E. Sensenig, L. Sensenig, L. Schnader, D. Shirk, B. Sprecher, K. Storb. FOURTH ROW - T. Steffy, R. Schrock, I. Sauder,J. Snave1y,D. Snyder, L. Sandoe, B. Stauffer, L. Severs. 30 ELA i 7-G, FIRST ROW - S. Weaver, R. Zimmerman, C. Sweigart, R. Whitekettle, J. Weinhold, C. Weaver, S. Sweigart, E. Zimmerman, F. Weaver. SECOND ROW - Mr. Piper, L. Witmer, J. Weber, E. Zeimer, A. Zimmerman, R. Zimmerman, L. Weaver, A. Wenger, H. Zimmerman, L. Styer. THIRD ROW - D. Williams, D. Williamson, B. Witman, A. Witwer, L. Walters, J. Weaver, K. Witmer, T. Kurtz, R. Witman. FOURTH ROW - S. Zimmerman, K. Sweigart, R. Weaver, S. Weber, D. Wise, S. Weaver, A. Weaver, B. Trostle, K. Styer, M. Youndt. lill li.. Gpgw I The library facilities serve the entire student body as exemplified above by library aid, Audrey Good, and student, Larry Witmer. 8th GRADE 8-A, FIRST ROW - D. Bomberger, E. Brendle, C. Davis, M. Betsker, P. Buch, R. Brown, W. Beck, C. Bowman. SECOND ROW - Mr.Huber, K. Brendle, L. Binkley, L. Burkhart, J. Brobst, R. Braine, B. Burkholder, R. Burkhart. THIRD ROW - R. Barr, S. Bensinger, B. Baxter, G. Buzzard, R. Diem, G. Beears,J. Beaston, L. Bushong. FOURTH ROW - T. Ranck, C. Alwine, R. Cork, B. Brubaker, J. Arnold, P. Cramer, A. Brandau, D. Boley, J. Brelsford. 31 8-B, FIRST ROW - S. Glassman,S. Diem,S. Enloe, R. Good, M. Eaby, I. Esch, K. Dippner, I. Eshelman, J. Ewell. SECOND ROW - Mrs. Brelsford, B. Gehman, D. Good, R. Esbenshade, D. Good, E. Good, C. Gehman, R. Good, L. Fritz. THIRD ROW - J. Good, L. Good, A. Good, B. Gockley, L. Freeas, G. Good, R. Good, D. Frankhouser, E. Diller. FOURTH ROW - J. Gingrich, R. Good, R. Gehman, G. Eshbenshade, T. Ebersole, J. Frank, H. Good, R. Forry. 8-C, FIRST ROW - C. Grube, D. Kachel, W. Kauffman, J. Hurst, R. Green, J. Hollyday, R. Kennel, C. Houck, A. Hurst. SECOND ROW - Mr. Hay, R. Hersh, L. Kapp, C. Hassell, K. Houck, G. Hostetter, P. Hepnerk, E. Hoover, D. Houck. THIRD ROW - R. Haines, W. Hanna, K. Hackett, T. Good, R. Hurst, J. Hunsicker, L. Horning, S. Graybill, H. Kilhefner. FOURTH ROW - L. Groff, H. Herman, C. Horst, S. Hartranft, N. Horning, L. Groff, B. Kautz, J. Hurst. 8-D, FIRST ROW - C. Landes, D. Mohler, L. Leid, T. Meissner,J. Melinger, G. Kulp, L. Lambert, P. Longabaugh, C. Meadows. SECOND ROW - Mrs. Hess, G. Marks, B. Longabaugh, S. King, B. Kuipers, D. Miller, P. Martin, W. Marshall, M. Mohler. THIRD ROW - K. Martin, R. Martin, K. Kuipers, E. Lawrence, A. Leid, J. Longer, K. Kuipers, D. Kohl. FOURTH ROW - K. Martin, J. Martin, D. Martin, J. Ludwig, D. McClarigan, G. Miller, J. Merchlinski, E. Ludwig, J. Martin. 32 l 8-E, FIRST ROW - G. Musser,J. Redcay, R. Sanger, C. Sauder, S. Parmer, E. Moyer, L. Newswanger, M. Musser, D. Sauder. SECOND ROW - Mr. Mask, A. Northeimer, P. Ragan, W. Petersheim, L. Rudy, J. Richwine, L. Overly, R. Rutt, T. Myer. THIRD ROW - R. Rodgers, D. Beck, S. Mohler, H. Ringler, R. Morgan, E. Ressler, S. Newswanger, D. Samuels, C. Roach. FOURTH ROW - D. O'Brien, J. Sandoe, M. Porsche, J. Rutt, H. Richwine, T. Overly, R. Nolt, M. Mosser, A. Nelson. 8-F, FIRST ROW - W. Shirk, R. Tshudy, R. Walter, D. Tshudy, S. Slabach, L. Smith, G. Sauder, B. Sweigart. SECOND ROW - Mr. Reynolds, B. Strock, S. Van Meter, S. Troilier, J. Snyder, I. Shirk, J. Sensenig, R. Sharkey, A. Schulze. THIRD ROW - G. Supplee,W. Sensenig, J. Spangler, B. Sweigart, M. Schulze, P. Sauder, A. Smith, D. Shader. FOURTH ROW - J. Stauffer, J. Shirk, W. Seifrit, L. Sinclair, G. Walters, E. Sinclair, K. Sollenberger, D. Steffy, B. Smith. 8-G, FIRST ROW - B. Wasserlein, G. Yoder, R. Weaver, L. Zook, L. Witman, R. Witwer, J. Wise, J. Witman. SECOND ROW - Mr. Turbedsky, E. Witmer, V. Weaver, L. Youndt, L. Youndt, S. Weaver, H. Weaver, E. Wenger, H. Weinhold. THIRD ROW - T. Weaver, S. Whitelettle, J. Weaver, B. Zerbe, B. Weaver, S. Wimer, C. Witmer, E. Whitmore,S. Weaver. FOURTH ROW - R.Witmer, C. Weaver, L. Weber, B. Weinhold, S. Weidman, S. Weaver, L. Youndt, R. Weir, J. Weaver. 33 9th GRA DE 9-A, FIRST ROW - D. Binkley, D. Beck, W. Beck, B. Byers, M. Burkhart, F. Simon, R. Beck, R. Eshelman, D. Fager, L. Eberly. SECOND ROW - Mr. Somerfield, B. Bressler, D. Eckenroth, T. Auker, S. Beiler, G. Blatt, H. Eberly, R. Dahnert, P. Dughi, D. Diem. THIRD ROW - M. Schreiber, G. Carpenter, S. Driscoll, J. Enloe, J. Brubaker, P. Dunlap, L. Trostle, S. Eberly, K. Auker. FOURTH ROW - J. Diem, K. Beears, J. Binkley, L. Buck- walter, R. Boyer, G. Clark, C. Miller, J. Evans, F. Bolbecker. 9-B, FIRST ROW - M. Good, L. Gingrich, K. Harsh, F. Haines, L. Good, S. Fox, A. Hartranft, J. Gensemer. SECOND ROW - Mr. Firestone, V. Geist, J. Good, D. Harting, M. Hess, J. Fessler, M. Fink, L. Good, L. Friedly. THIRD ROW - L. Good, S. Frankhouser, S. Good, L. Good, K. Good,J. Hench, R. Heft, D. Hass, E. Groff. FOURTH ROW - L. Hoover, L. Flaud, B. Habalar, F. Hoover, R. Fisher, D. Hartranft, T. Ebersole, M. Good. 9-C, FIRST ROW - D. Kurtz, A. Linton, M. Huss, J. Horst, L. Kauffman, P. Landis, T. Laukhuff, B. Longer. SECOND ROW - Mr. Keller, L. Leininger, S. Martin, G. Littlejohn, P. Long, J. Keller, M. Kihefner, D. Maclay, C. Martin. THIRD ROW - D. Horning, R. Law, C. Kreider, C. Kreider, L. Kauffman,J. Lutz, D. Hurst, D. Lowery. FOURTH ROW - B. Longer, S. Kern, B. Kirpatrick, W. Horst, J. Law, K. Kauffman, M. Kelley, R. Horning. 34 9-D, FIRST ROW - D. Martin, L. Palsgrove, D. Martin, N. Martin, J. Morgan, L. Meashey, J. Mattis, R. Martin, D. Musser. SECOND ROW - Mr. Kenepp, M. Martin, S. Myers, S. Miller, K. Penwell, S. Martin, M. Patton, S. Martin, M. Miller, M. Platt. THHKD ROW - E. Martzell, A. Musselman, S. Musser, L. Martin, D. Mellinger, J. Martin, L. Martin, E. Martin, M. Martin, I. Martin. FOURTH ROW - R. Martin, R. Martin, M. Patton, D. Martin, F. Merchlinski, R. Martin, L. Paul, C. Mellinger, R. Ragan, C. Parmer. 9-E, FIRST ROW - M. Stauffer, L. Stauffer, R. Sorber, S. Stover, H. Snyder, E. Sensenig, A. Reiff, H. Sensenig, J. Sensenig. SECOND ROW - Mr. Krebs, B. Shupp, E. Stauffer, V. Redcay, M. Sinclair, D. Smith, S. Singer, J. Snavely, J. Sauder. THIRD ROW- R. Rice, D. Stick, T. Reynolds, J. Riker, D. Reed, S. Trupe, M. Ranck, B. Ressler. FOURTH ROW - G. Sensenig, B. Rutt, N. Sauder, D. Spacht, D. Sinclair, S. Shenberger, L. Remp, T. Taylor. 9-F, FIRST ROW - E. Wenger, K. Weinhold, D. Witwer, J. Zimmerman, C. Wise, S. Weitzel, A. Weinhold, K. Zimmerman. SECOND ROW - Mrs. Young, S. Weaver, G. Zimmerman, E. Weaver, D. Weaver, C. Zimmerman, R. Zimmerman, W. Wise, D. Weaver. THIRD ROW - A. Zimmerman, J. Weaver, E. Weaver, D. Ziemer, L. Zimmerman, J. Witmer, C. Weller, M. Weaver, P. Weaver. FOURTH ROW - T. Youndt, D. Weaver, S. Wanner, D. Usner, D. Woodward, W. Yelk, E. Weaver, C. Weaver, R. Usner. 35 10th GRADE 10-A, FIRST ROW - B. Brubaker, L. Buch, M. McCoy, R. Brendle, B. Bressler, S. Brelsford, C. Deihm, I. Cebular, J. Buch, L. Beears. SECOND ROW - Mr. Sigler, O. Good, E. Houck, J. Braine, G. Carter, R. Davis, L. Bowman, B. Best, S. Baxter, G. Brown. THIRD ROW - F. Brendle, B. Buckwalter, L. Arment, G. Blair, M. Brubaker, D. Clymer, E. Buckwalter, L. Burkholder,J. Andrew, R. Beiler. FOURTH ROW - L. Coldren, R. Bowman, D. Bender, B. Buckwalter, M. Wenger, R. Crills, J. Binkley, D. Dunlap, G. Bair. 10-B, FIRST ROW - D. Good, J. Esh, H. Freas, B. Hartranft, D. Franke, D. Good, M. Groff, K. Eshleman, C. Frankhouser, J. Francis. SECOND ROW - Mrs. Bergstresser,J. Getz, R. Gehman, R. Frankhouser, R. Hartman, T. Eshleman, A. Good, T. Finefrock,S. Gutekunst, J. Helenthal. THIRD ROW - S. Good, D. Gettel, S. Frankhouser, B. Frank, W. Heistand, L. Good, M. Hamilton, B. Heft, L. Hannan. FOURTH ROW - W. Groff, W. Good, S. Gehman, B. Eshleman, R. Groff, C. Good, B. Good, D. Herr, R. Dyer. 10-C, FIRST ROW - P. Martin, M. McCoy,J. Longabaugh, M. Martin, L. Light, R. Kieffer, D. Martin, J. Horning, R. A. High. SECOND ROW - Mr. Allen, E. Martin, J. Martin, M. L. Light, C. Hurst, L. Johnson, M. Hollinger, J. Houck, J. Keiser. THIRD ROW - R. A. Horning, D. Martin, N. Hoober, P. Hostetler, T. Hoober, G. Keiffer, L. Kidhardt, R. Martin,J. Kennel. FOURTH ROW - B. Martin, M. Martin, F. Hersh, J. Kreider, L. Martin, N. Horst, C. McClarigan, R. Kauffman, L. Hebshman. 36 10-D, FIRST ROW - G. Meissner, J. Oster, J. Musser, W. Myers, B. Miller, D. Musser, J. Miller, B. Miller. SECOND ROW - J. Nolt, D. Ranck, R. Palsgrove, R. Mellinger, N. Mohler, J. Musser, E. Newswanger, A. L. Newswanger. THIRD ROW - S. Nagle,T. Martin, M. Ranck,J. Musser, R. Meek, R. Musser, S. Martin, L. Peplau, S. Mentzer. FOURTH ROW - J. Reeder, R. Overly, H. Santiago, A. Plank, J. Meck, L. Musser, B. Newswanger, A. Rhoads, Mr, Bowman. 10-E, FIRST ROW - B. Shirk, N. Stover,J. Shirk, D. St. Clair, A. Sweigart, D. Sensenig, S. Styer. SECOND ROW - S. Stoltzfus, C. Stern, P. Shirk, L. Sensenig, D. Shrom, D. Shirk, K. Styer. THIRD ROW - D.Stamm, M.Spangler, G. Sdlenberger, P. Stone, L. Shirk, L. Sweigart, R. Siedhoff, B. Smith. FOURTH ROW - R. Snook, M. Sensenig, J. Smith, G. Styer, R. Stubbs, R. Schnader, G. Shimp, S. Sheaffer. 10- F, FIRST ROW - R. Welk, K. Weaver,J. White, C. Wise, L. Youndt, C. Wenrich, M. K. Zimmerman, P. Witmer SECOND ROW - Mr. Stinsmen, M. Weber, D. Weaver, L. A. Wert, S. Witwer, J. Zoll, T. Wingenroth, C. Weinhold P. Whitmore. THIRD ROW - R. Usner, H. Weaver, M. Thomas, B. Thomas, K. Walters, S. Wallin, B. Weaver, G Weber. FOURTH ROW - J.Tshudy, D. Usner, L. Weinhold, R. Youndt, T. Sweigart, L. Weber, G. Zimmerman, B Weaver, L. Weinhold. 37 I Illh GRADE 11-A, FIRST ROW - D. Dunlap, P. Diem, B. Boley, K. Alwine, K. Clark, J. Crills, M. Eberly, J. Clymer, L. Buckwalter. SECOND ROW - Mr. Martin, T. Buchanan, D. Dombach, S. Bushong, C. Beck, A. Andrews, T. Brubaker, H. Eaby, H. Fager. THIRD ROW - R. Bowman, C. L. Drossman, S. Diem, E. Eberly, F. Eshleman, A. Faust, B. Baxter,D. Fessler, G. Brubaker, P. Deibler. FOURTH ROW - R. Rutt, D. Best, L. Carson, L. Burkhart, M. Eby, M. Benner, D. Dughi, B. Diem, S. Irons. 11-B, FIRST ROW - D. Gehman, M. Good, R. A. Hahn, S. Fritz, C. Freeman, J. High, N. Fritchey, G. Gehman, J. Good. SECOND ROW - Mrs. Severs, P. Green, L. Fry, A. Houck, S. Hess, R. Good, N. Horning, T. Folker, D. Horning, L. Good. THIRD ROW - E. Graybill, C. Gordon, G. Halls, M. Good, M. Futer, W. Good, D. Hoover, D. Henderson, P. Hepner, J. Herr. FOURTH ROW - C. Heft, R. Good, W. Fisher, K. Groff, M. Horst, G. Hoover, D. Getz, R. Geist, D. Good. 11-C, FIRST ROW - J. McKinney, C. Less, R. A. Martin, H. Meck, D. Leaman, K. Kuipers, C. Martin, L. Johnson, N. Martin. SECOND ROW - Miss Trimmer, R. Irons, D. Lefever, G. Martin, J. Houck, K. Kauffman, R. Martin, D.Hunsicker, L. Law. THIRD ROW - L. Means, T. Jones, P. Martin, E. Longer, S. Martin, E. Ludwig, M. Mohler, R. Kachel, H. Martin. FOURTH ROW - D. Lutz, W. Messner, K. Leaman, D. Kelley, C. Kemper, J. Lohgabaugh, M. Futer, J. Miller, H. Martin. 38 11-D, FIRST ROW - E. Overly, D. Parmer, D. Ressler, S. Snyder, I. Musselman, E. Spotts, J. Shirk, P. Schnupp. SECOND ROW - Miss Troxell, C. Slusser, C. Parmer, V. Musser, N. Overly, C. Schnader, J. Reeser, D. Snook. THIRD ROW - M. Remp, J. Rutt, J. Oberholtzer, F. Nolt, R. Niedermyer, R. Sadosky, K. Slabach, N. Rutter, T. Riker. FOURTH ROW - R. Newton, B. Nolt, B. Palmer, H. Stauffer, M. Muri, E. Seidhof, G. Starr, K. Simmons, P. Rogers. 11-E, FIRST ROW - J. Weidman,J. Stauffer, L. Weaver, M. Wenrich, M. J. Weinhold, L. Weaver, J. Zimmerman, C. Ziemer. SECOND ROW - Mr. Yost, E. Weber, R. Witwer, M. A. Stauffer, R. Traugh, E. Wenger, B. Yelk, K. Wentzei, C. Weaver. THIRD ROW - J. Sturla, S. White, C. Steffy, T. Weaver, J. Witmer, R. Witmer, J. Trout, S. Stauffer. FOURTH ROW - R. Weaver, C. Weber, N. Wert, G. Weidman, L. Witmer, J. Zimmerman, D. Weaver, R. Styer, H . Stoltzfus. efW" wi rw T25 'J W. mm. :HOU W, MTS Pictured above are Karen Kuipers, Amber Houck, and Rick Whitmore as they preview the school events of the coming month. 39 o f' 254 ...X -, Y L 2 TL 4 Y' M Q 'H ff ' , I X . I ge: A E E' 1 E R335 . .,1L, . Kg 'T , ii , W, Jack Evans, President of Boys' Leagiders SER VICE CL UBSW BOYS' LEADERS Advisor, Mr. Stockton l I DM' OFFICERS President ......... Jack Evans Vice-President ...... Carl Weaver Secretary ..... . . Donna Martin Treasurer .... . . .Lucille Good FIRST ROW: L-R, D. Martin, L. Hurst. SECOND ROW: Mr. Stockton, B. Gehman, J. Sturla, B. Weaver, B. Martin, G. Meissner. THIRD ROW: J. Stauffer, B. Overly, M. Futer, L. Arment, D. Rutt. FOURTH ROW: D. Best, B. Hurst, R. Weaver, B. Witmer, S. Sheaffer. FIFTH ROW: R. Good, C. Weaver, B. Youndt, D. Jacoby, N. Wert. SIXTH ROW: J. Evans, R. Brandau, and J. Leary. Members of the Boys, Leaders Club hem in the boys gym classes by relieving the teachers o various small responsibilities such as taking roll or refereeing a game. Striving to fulfill another initiation requirement Dick Rutt controls his egg as he edges it along the floor. Dick Rutt gleams with satisfaction as Carl Weaver signs his egg, reward- ing him for passing another initiation requirement as Doug Jacoby looks on. 41 GIRLS ' LEADERS Advisors, Miss Blaker and Mrs. Brarzdau The Girls, Leaders assist the gym instructors with their gym classes. FIRST ROW: L-R, Mrs. Brandau, Miss Blaker, L. Palsgrove, J. High, S. Bre1sford,J. Shirk, and B. Ranck. SECOND ROW: D. Ranck, B. Raus- cher, D. Martin, S. Beck, M. Hess, and B. Longer. THIRD ROW: D. Mellinger, S. Baxter, K. Kauffman, S. Styer, C. Miller, and C. Steffy. FOURTH ROW: F. Eshelman, B. Thomas, K. Stick, J. Oberholtzer, F. Brendle, and P. Rogers. Girls' leader, Cindy Miller, tosses a jump ball between Debbie May and Becky Trostle in a seventh grade gym class as Kathy Storb, Gail Sheaffer, and Karen Herr stand ready to gain possession of the ball. STUDENT LIBRARIANS Advisor, Miss Hojjfrnan Q diy.-1 in ww. 42 Membe rs of the Student Librarian Club, which is the schoo1's largest club, aid Miss Hoffman in keeping the library in order and sign out the books which students borrow. Pictured here are L. Martin, S. Mentzer, L. Weaver, S. Zimmerman, Miss Hoffman, V. Weaver, A. Newswanger, S. Weller, C. Esch, and P. Betsker. DRAMA TICS CLUB Advisor, Mr. Keller L. Ceders L. Walters R. Beck M D. ay J. Weinhold JUNIOR HIGH DRAMA TICS . Butterbaugh S. Snook C. Burris . Kautz R. Buckwalter S. Jacobs . Weaver K. Martin I. Buckwalter J. Snavely D. Beck K. Dippner D. Shirk J. Hostetter L. Fornoff Weinhold Francis Shirk Eshelman Weinhold SENIOR HIGH DRAMA TICS D. Lefever R. Forrey S. Detwiler J. McKinney S. Rogers J. Oster G. Hershey S. Weaver J. Spangler S. Martin R. Brown T. Youndt R. Buckhart 43 ADVANCED TUMBLING and HA DBALANCING Advisor, M r. Stockton N TW 3.6 Tumblers are FIRST ROW-S. Baxter, P. Martin, C. Hassell, C. Alwine, D. Lehman, D. Northeimer, P. Schnupp, and J. Oberholtzer. SECOND ROW-G. Meissner, D. Clymer, G. Brubaker, C. Gordon, E. Whitmore, and A. McCoy. W2 Handbalancing members are FIRST ROW-T. Kautz, J. Oberholtzer, S. Baxter, D. Lehman, D. North- eimer, P. Schnupp, and D. Parmer. SECOND ROW-G. Meissner, J. Shimp, L. Sprecher, R. Shupp, G. Brubaker, C. Gordon, and A. McCoy. 44 STAGECRAFT Advisor, Mr. Stinsmen K The purpose of this club is to design, construct, and paint settings for the schoo1's dramatic productions. FIRST ROW - B. Habalar, E. Arrnent, J. Shimp. SECOND ROW - G. Ha1ls,B. Auker, G. Hershey, C. Palmer, S. Bushong, and L. Arment. THIRD ROW - L. Arment, R. Hartman, R. Martin, B. Sensenig, Mr. Stinsmen, T. Delp, B. Eckenroth, B. Burkholder, and J. Miller. HALL PA TR OL Advisor, Mr. Sheajjfer The purpose of the Hall Patrol is to maintain order in the c o r r i d o r s during the lunch period. i The members of the Hall Patrol are C. Weaver, R. Styer, and C. Matos. 45 fi' Q I 'S Wi w.'?33'9' . ..., STUDENT COUNCIL Miss Troxell, Sr. High Advisor Mr. Greer, Jr. High Advisor SENIOR HIGH STUDENT COUNCIL: FIRST ROW-C. Zeimer, D. Peplau, L. Peplau, B. Hollinger. SECOND ROW-Miss Troxell, M. Thomas,S. Luck, I. Shirk, N. Wise. THIRD ROW-J. Shirk, R. Dyer, C. Gordon,J. Frankhouser, C. Weaver, L. Weaver. FOURTH ROW- I. Irons, J. Shirk, D. Bender, R. Good, D. Rutt, O. Good, W. Brandau, K. Beck. Our Student Council is one ofthe activi- ties that creates a better relationship be- tween the student body and faculty. Here students meet to discuss ideas, plan acti- vities, andpass legislation in order to pro- mote the wehfare of our school. 'm,.- he F 4' I Our Legislative Laboratory Musical highlights of one of the Student Council's many sponsored activities were presented by Don Trostle. JUNIOR HIGH STUDENT COUNCIL: FIRST ROW-S. Dunlap, D. Martin, K. Francis,J. Mellinger. SECOND ROW-B. Trostle, D. Smith, L. Youndt, J.R1chw1ne, B. Baxter, D. Good, J. Stauffer, D. Weaver. THIRD ROW-B. Beck, P. Myers, G. Littlejohn, G. Hosletter, F. Simon, S. Fox, J. Snavely, D. Binkley. 47 FOREIGN EXCHANGE STUDENTS Sponsored by American Carl Weaver assists Mario with the day's assignments. "One of the most valuable things that a young man can get is e xp e r i e n c e . This experience comes in many ways. The great times I've had in the unforgettable Garden Spot with the char- acteristic fellowship and friendship, has been an experience I will always remember." Mario Arroyo Trading ideasg exchanging custonfisg promoting international understanding- this is the A.F. S. Our new riena'.- Mario Arroyo of Costa Rica W 3 Taking a break from his American activities, Mario listens to a broadcast from his native Costa Rica. Carl Weaver performs another of his duties as an American Big Brother, as he advises Mario with his homework. 48 Field Service and Student Council Talented and congenial Will immediately became the center of attraction of his voyage abroad as folk singer and friend to all. During W11l's summer abroad he made his home in Aarau Switzerland. Our own "Will,, Brandau represented G. S. in Switzerland "Switzerland and the United States are very much alike in many waysg however, there are a few differences. The school p ro gram is much more difficult and the teachers in the schools are respect- ed by students much more than they are in the American schools. I would like to express my gratitude to our local A.F.S. Chapter. This is an excellent program for promoting international understanding, and I do trust that this will be the beginning of a program in which many Garden Spot students will participate." Will Brandau "My Swiss family, the Scharer family, in addition to Mother and Father consisted of three brothers and one sister--Hansuelli, Juerg, Urs, and Liso- lette. During my stay, I came to respect and love them all very much." NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Advisor, M r. Carey Junior High, FIRST ROW: Bonnie Youndt, Denise Smith, Debbie Mellinger, Barbara Longer, Sara Wanner and Roberta Ressler. SECOND ROW: Mary Anne Stauffer, Julia Keller, Penny Myers, Judy Gensemer, Janice Martin, Dorothy Musser, Jean Brubaker, Mary Beth Schreiber, Marty Hess, and Andrea Hartrait. THIRD ROW: Fred Simon, Mark Kelly, Clair Miller, David Lowry, and Doug McC1ay. Senior High, FIRST ROW: Donna Peplau, Doug Jacoby, Sharyanne Schreiber, Judy Newswanger, Will Brandau, and Beverly Groff. SECOND ROW: Nancy Wise, Karen Lane, Julie Eshelman, Jay Leary, Carol Good, Susan Luek, and Carol Zeimer. 50 FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA Advisor, Mr. Mask -T' 'V V i 1 The Future Teachers of America: FIRST ROW: R. Stoltzfus, S. Lausch, C. Beck, J. Eshelman, J. Hutchinson, C. Good. SECOND ROW: D. Boley, K. Alwine, N. Fritchey, S. Martin, J. Reeser, G. Martin, J. Martin, A. Andrews, M. Johnson. THIRD ROW: M. Lease, P. Martin, C. Weber, F. Eshelman, and B. Martin. FUTURE NURSES CL UB Advisor, Mrs. Gehman The purpose of The Future Nurses Club is to promote and to study the various aspects of the nursing profession. FIRST ROW: R. Brendle, V. Musser, S. Irons, N. Fritchey, C. Wenrich, G. Gehman, C. Steffy, G. Martin, J. Rutt, B. Hartranft, and S. Styer. 5l FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA Advisors, Mr. Herr and Mr. Daugherty - - . asf! zfljfl I lil Sr. High FFA - FIRST ROW-K. Kauffman, E. Weaver, L. Good, L. Fiaud, R. Frankhouser, G. Keiffer, T. Folker, and J. Musser. SECOND ROW-N. Wert-sentinel, A. Good-chaplain, G. Weber-treasurer, B. Fisher- 2nd vice president, K. Martin-president, R. Musser, F. Nolt-reporter, W. Musser-parliamentarian, Mr. Herr-advisor, absent from picture- C. Wissier-secretary, and L. Weaver-vice president. THIRD ROW-L. X ' Zimmerman, E. Weaver, A. Zimmerman, D. Beck, D. Weaver, K. Zimmerman, A. Reiff, E. Weber, W. Good, G. Sollenberger, S. Fritz, B. Witwer, B. Yeik, D. Kochel, W. Horst, and R. Heft. FOURTH ROW-D. Martin, T. Taylor, S. Gehman, E. Martin, B. Fisher, G. Sensenig, R. Bowman, K. Leaman, L. Carson, L. Hibsmen, J. Campbell, L. Good, R. Bowman, G. Trout, and D. Groff. FIFTH ROW-G. Zimmerman, F. Hersh, L. Musser, W. Good, B. Shirk, M. Brenner, B. Mohler, J. Martin, D. Herr, Sz G. Hoover. Increasing leadership abiligf and gaining modern agricultural knowledge are the goals ofthe Future Farmers of America. Ruth Irons chosen by Senior High F F A. represents them as Chapter Sweetheart. 1 i Jr. High FFA - FIRST ROW-R. Folker, R. Whitekett1e,D. Oberhoitzer, G. Musser, E. Brendle, G. Yoder, R. Weaver, and F. Weaver. SECOND ROW-D. Houck, W. Seifrit, C. Bowman, K. Brendle, L. Groff, R. Hersh, R. Forrey, R. Good and Mr. Herr advisor. THIRD ROW-C. Martin, G. Freeman, H. Zimmerman, B. Witman, L. Newswanger, D. Nfohier, R. Martin, M. Miller, I. Nolt, R. Weaver, R. Esbenshade, J. Weaver, and R. Haines. FOURTH ROW-W. Sensenig, L. Hornig, R. Musser, C. Martin, T. Weaver, J. Ludwig, R. Cork, D. Martin, B. Brubaker, and L. Burk- hart. 52 FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA Advisor, Miss MacPherson Members of the FHA, a club providing practical experience in Home Economics are: FIRST ROW-J. Newswanger, C. Esch, E. Bowman, J. Eshelman, S. Snyder. SECOND ROW-M. Johnson, V. Weaver, A. Bowman, S. Zimmerman, J. Cork, S. Haines, R. Martin. THIRD ROW-K. Weaver, M. Groff, Miss MacPherson, L. Martin, L. Weaver, B. Hollinger, J. High, B. Meller, J. Horning. FOURTH ROW-J. Zoll, J. White, L. Buch, D. Weaver, J. Musser, E. Martin, T. Martin,E. Buckwa1ter,J. Keiser, J. Buch. FIFTH ROW-K. Eshelman, D. Martin, M. Eberly, L. Bowman, P. Martin, J. Andrew, S. Martin. SIXTH ROW-J. Martin, J. Sinclair, S. Nagle, S. Martin, E. Houck, L. Good, D. Sensenig, A. Rhoads, N. Horning. QUILL A D CROLL Advisor, Miss Witman The aim of this society is to encourage individual achievement injournalism and associated fields. Sharyanne Schreiber, Carol Zeimerg Judy Newswangerg Miss Witman, advisory Nancy Wise, and Karen Lane prepare their articles for the local newspaper. 53 CH OR USES Dzrector, M rs. Young The Voices of Garden Spot ENIOR CHOR US Accompanists, J. Houck and S. Wallin Hershey Beck Clymer Martin Hollinger Weaver Walter Stoltzfus Betsker Schreiber Shirk Stern Burkholder Bressler Mentzer Houck Luek Ziemer Martin Heistand Herr Carter L. Bressman Weaver Weaver Houck Witwer Rhoads Lane Esch Houck, acc. Helenthal Stern Overly Wallin Wise Martin Plank Dughi Hibshman Weber Brubaker Zimme rman Good Martin Weber Hoover Witme r Esch Hench Hoober Wenger Martin Johnson Shirk Snader Hoffert Brelsford 55 Thomas Johnson Eshelman Smith Best Martin Futer Zimmerman Wert Althouse Kieffer Gordon Horst Sheaffer Myers Horst Musser Horst Musser Horst Wissler Hunsicker Martin Maclay Freas Deibler Clymer Musser Rutt Auker Eberly Fager Ranck Ricker Rutt Shader Stauffer Martin Horning Martin Martin Good Eshelman Overly Parmer Slabach Cork Good SENIOR GLEE CL UB Accompanist, J. Frankhouser J. Eshelman D. Davis J. Frankhouser J. Fessler S. Folker L. Gingrich J. Good A. Hartranft D. Weaver D. Weaver S. Weaver S. Weitzel J. Andrew B. Brubaker L. Beears D. Weaver L. Wert S. Witwer J. Stauffer D. Martin M. Johnson G. Littlejohn T. Martin L. Peplau J. Musser E. Newswanger A. Newswanger J. Nolt D. Ranck S. Bushong A. Faust C. Beck F. Eshelman L. Martin B. Rauscher L. Sandoe S. Schreiber C. Miller S. D. S. D. L. M. M. S. M. J. S. D. N. S. P. R. J. L. R. S. Martin Northeimer Sommer Martin Martin Martin Martin Martin Miller Morgan Musser Sensenig Fritchey Hess Green Hahn High Weaver Weaver Zimmerman CO CERT CHOIR A ccompanzsts, J. L. Brubaker Sheaffer R. Good Smith K. Martin Hershey J. Clymer Luek F. Eshelman Martin C. Brossman Lane P. Deibler Houck D. Best Martin D. Dughi Johnson M. Futer Hunsicker C. Gordon Bressler J. Herr Brelsford M. Horst Houck Houck and S. Wallin Carter Clyme r Wallin Weber Thomas Schreiber Musser Stoltzfus Weaver Witmer Zimmerman Hoffert Johnson Freas Helenthal Heistand Stern Weaver Wise Wenger Zimmerman Overly Rhoads Plank Maclay Martin R. M. R. C. P. T. C. T. M. R. L. T. H. R. J. Blatt Boley Buch Buchanan Nolt Overly Peters Ressler Sagner Braine Overly Overly Richwine Rodgers Rutt BO YS ' CH OR US A ccompanist, T. Pierce Boyer Burkhart Clark Dahne rt Miller Simon Witme r Woodward Yelk Zimmerman Zimmerman Fern Gable Gilleland Good T. Hassell J. Suder T. Steffy E. Diller S. Glassman G. Good D. Snader D. Steffy G. Supplee B. Walter R. Hibsman M. Kiefer P. Lowery S. Weaver D. Williams D. K. J. B. R. S. R. M M C. C. B. D. D. C. Wise Witmer Hollyday Hurst Kennel Weaver Witwer Huss Kelly Kreider Kreider Law Lowery Maclay Martin D. D. D. J. L. R. R. E. C. C. E. J. D. M. Martin Martin Martin Martin Martin Martin Martin Maser Miller Landes Ludwig Merchilinski Miller Patton J. Arment M. B. R. G. R. L. K. P. C. S. J. S. M L. S. M. Augsburger Bair Beck Bowman Buckwalter Cedano Myers Paul Peters Proctor Ressle 1' Rice Betsker Bushong Mohler Musse r JUNIOR GLEE CLUB Accompanists, D. Good and J. Ruiz' Northeimer Ragan Roach Rutt Samuels Herr Hibsman Holmes Hoober Hoover Hoover Horst Jacobs Kautz Kreide r Kautz Leid G. Leisey C. Sauder L. Schnader D. Shirk M. Shirk J. Snavely S. Snook B. Stauffer S. Stoltzfus K. Dippner M. Eaby I. Eshelman D. Folfeson H. Good J. Sensenig A. Smith L. Smith K. M B. D. J. L. K. C. S. S. T C S. J. J. I. A. Sollenberger Stoltzfus Strock Tsudy Eshbenshade Fornoff Francis Frankhouser Good Green Kurtz Weaver Weaver Weber Weinhold Ziemer Zimmerman R. C. N. C. H. S. S. B. S. C D. J. K R G D J. Zimmerman Grube Horning Weaver Weaver Weaver Weidman Weinhold Wimer Martin Martin Martin Martin Martin Martzall May Longer JU IOR CHORUS Accompanists, T Ranck and A. Brczndau J. Witmer B. Youndt L. Youndt L. Zook M. Sinclair D. Simmons M. Schreiber P. Sauder C. Rutt D. Mellinger J. Mellinger J. Musser J. Northeimer J. Richwine W. Petersheim K. Patrick S. Miller L. Mast G. Sheaffer N. Sauder A. Nelson D. Musser K. Martin B. Longer I. Martin P. Myers C. Weaver J. Gensemer M. Kilhefner S. Eberly S. Dunlap E. Benner T. Meissner S. Martin L. Martin J. Martin D. Loht J. Gingrich D. Good S. Hench R. Horning J. Keller S. Fox I. Esch D. Clymer B. Burkholder M. Hess J. Horst B. Kochel D. Kryder S. Wanner L. Trostle L. Styer L. Youndt A. Hurst L. Freas 57 Palsgrove Sprecher Kautz KHPP Fisher Brobst Bressler Weber Weaver Weaver Trostle Storb Stauffer Severs Sinclair Slabach Smith Snyder Snyder Schroll Baxter Gockley Enloe Dughi Best Bensinger Herr MARCHING BAND Directors: Mr. Zimmerman Mr. Bowman Mr. Dean After having served ten years as Garden Spot's band director, Mr. Paul White relinquished his baton and po sitio n to Mr. Samuel Zimmerman, a noted musician in our community. During the transition following Mr. White's leave of absence, his position was quite ably filled by Mr. William Dean and the Assistant Director, Mr. Luke Bowman. The band is now p e r m ane nt ly under the direction of Mr. Zimmerman for the r e m a i nd e r of the 1963-64 academic season, and promises to render a full calendar of musical events. The 100 man Garden Spot Marching Bana' . ,. -as-tg, - :ai- i..,5' , .L Luke Bowman and his one hundred man marching band joins other units in one of several community events to which Garden Spot groups give support. Majorettes Stepping at a lively pace, the majorettes complete the band front. M ajorettes Sandra Wallin - Head Ruth Irons - Head Peggy Rogers Dee Ann Ressler Janice Houck Dee Smith Audrey Northhiemer Vickie Geist Ruth Irons demonstrates a new strut for Sandy Wallin as the head majorettes complete a new routine. l xx H I' l of LL c N F ,' ,T Susan Wenger, Drum Majorette, discusse rations with director, Mr. Luke Bowman. 1 fuse 9 W , ' f P , ,M- J 1 ' YI x ,,-1.A 1 t s last minute prepa . mi? 'Ya M' Adding to the flavor of the band, are the baton twirling majorettes. Flashing barons ana' a high stepping bandfronl introduce. Color Guard Wendy Myers Pam Shirk Carol Zeimer Joyce Sinclair Sydne Irons Nancy Wise Standing at attention, the color guard awaits the signal to begin. First in appearance in the marching unit is the color guard who introduces the band to the public. 60 Garden Spot H igh School M arching Band B. Best R. Witmer J. Zimmerman M. Brubaker F. Simon S. Frankhouser A. Brandau L. Fry B. Thomas B. Weaver C. Houck E. Sinclair L. Witmer M. Futer E. Overly J. Hunsicker D. Snook E. Ludwig R. Rice J. Zimmerman L. Beears N. Hoober D. Dunlap B. Groff M. Weaver L. Brubaker J. Shirk J. Herr T. Hoober E. Ressler J. Gingrich K. Myers M. Patton N. Overly J. Richwine S. Trostle J. Weidman R. Brandau J. Hoagland J. Smith L. Trostle L. Shirk . Palmer . Zimmerman . Best Zimmerman . Reeser . Freas . Deibler H. Weaver R. Traugh D. Lutz . Kemper Kennel Snader Frankhouser . Strock M. Spangler J. Ewell . Sommer . Landes . Witmer . Witmer . Zimmerman . Snook . Stauffer . Sensenig . Diller D. Bomberger . Simon R. Kachel M. Kelly D. Maclay . Ludwig . Heistand G. Halls O. Good P. Whitmore L. McCarty R. Boyer R. Dahnert C. Miller D. Hunsicker Garden Spot's big "Spa Garden Spot's marching band stands at attention as drum majorette, Susan Wenger, leads the group in their formation procedures. rtan Band" Band members channel their talents to advertise the all school play. 61 ORCHESTRA Director, M r. Bowman Houck Lee Musser Hoover Weaver Maclay Hess Hunsicker Zimmerman Weaver Simon Houck Witmer Frankhouser Witmer ORCHESTRA Zimmerman Best Burkholder Ranck Burkholder Kay Zimmerman Supplee Miller Beears Brubaker Zimmerman Myers Best Best D. Hunsicker C. Miller T. Reeser D. Lowery E. Ludwig J. Rutt M. Thomas J. Brobst J. Hollyday R. Dahnert R. Boyer L. McCarty O. Good C. Landes Deibler Kemper Reeser Zimmerman Witmer Witmer Spangler Frankhouser Rutt Rutt Coldren Shirk Members of the orchestra rehearse before their performance. 62 CONCERT BA D Director, Mr. Bowman The talents of these students wzll cultivate them into outstanding sgflists J. Zimmerman B. Trostle S. Snook C. Houck E. Sinclair B. Weaver M. Eby S. Newswanger T. Reeser D. Lowery C. Miller N. Best R. Rice C. Strob R. Hurst Good Burkholder Hepner Krieder Ewell Blatt Spangler Dunlap Williams Overly Krieder W't R. imer J Brelsford D Bomberger Simon 63 Sny de r Snader Newton Willamson Strock Witman Kennel Bu rkhart Ludwig Steffy Smith Shirk Hibsman Martin Specker 'T Portrayal ofthe mood. the school yeai iricapturin Karen Kuipers and Assistant Editor, Ilene Shirk, examine files of the student life section with Editor-in-chief, Susie Trostle. SPARTANUS Mr. Palumbo, Editorial Advisor Mr. M artin, Business Advisor Spartanus advisor, Mr. Palumbo hurries down the hall trying to keep in pace with the younger members of the staff. Design Editors, Doug Jacoby and Jack Evans, with the assistance of Dick Rutt and Bill Baxter, utilize their creativeness as they think of new ideas for the Spar- tanus layout. ...--11 64 expressed during requires combined effort images for cz look back ..Q,...- Spartanus Business Staff SEATED from left to right: Donna Peplau, Carol Longabaugh, Janice Campbell, Jay Leary, Carol Zeimer, Lee Arment, Fay Styer. STANDING left to right: Dianne Davis, Lucille Hurst, Debbie Dunlap, Elizabeth Sandoe, Kathy Clark, Barry Mentzer, Mr. Martin, Advisor, Teri Jones, Jeff Stau- ffer, Donna Dombach, Menno Eby, Sandy Diem, Dawn Parmer, Dave Snook, and Donna Styer. As a deadline date draws near, Susan Wenger and Bob Hurst complete another page to be sent to the publisher. Working together to achieve appropriate phrases in order to add expression to the photographs is copy editor Bev Groff assistedby senior copy editors Mary Lou Weaver and Ruth Irons. f i TELL-A -TO WER Miss Witman, Editorial Advisor Mr. Martin, Business Advisor Editor-in-chief Karen Lane evaluates a proposed layout with Miss Witman, advisor and Managing Editor, Amber Houck. Checking the bulletin board for new assignments are reporters, David Spangler, Dee Ressler, Jackie Weidman, and Solomon Lausch. TA T chronicle record thoughts, and activitie Nancy Wise, Sharynanne S c h r e ib e r, Violet Weaver, Louetta Weaver, and Lou Ann Martin review past issues of the TAT. the current impressions, ofthe student body. Linda Weaver and Susan Luek organize their ideas for the next issues as Judy Newswanger and Donna Peplau observe. as - X, aa X sf as A 'fi . E iii -H L - E Editors, Carol Ziemer, Holly Meck, Jeff Stauffer, and Rick Weaver, probe the files for new ideas. K S I Te11-A-Tower Business Staff - SEATED - Greg Weid- man, Lee Arment, Donna Dombach, Carol Longabaugh, Bob Hurst, and Mr. Gerald Martin, advisor. STANDING - David Snook, Lucille Johnson, Jane Shirk, Patti Schnupp, Kathy Stick, Mary Wenger, Becky Rauscher, and Leon Arment. .i .432-Qwiff ' qu , , J Q n .ffaiwxx x THE EVENTS Ron Dyer boots the ball. SOCCER Mr. Weaver, Varsinf Coach Mr. Loewen, Jr. Varsity Coach As the close of summer ushered in autumn, the air was again filled with excitement around New Holland. The reopening of school also signified the beginning of the fall athletic program at Garden Spot. This year proved to be an advance to the top for the soccer team, halted only by the league's top contenders, Pequa Valley and Penn Manor. Tough breaks in the season's opening ruined Garden Spot's soccer team's attempt for a county championship. Coach Bob Weaver's Spartans closed the doors of their 1963 season with a "bangg" however, one close game, early in the season, cost the boys their title. This year more than ever before, the boys fought all the way for what they accomplished and our Spartans played like a team because they were a team. 70 T ough breaks in seasonis opening ruin attempt or championship soccer team. Dave Bender and opponent clash as each attempt to head the ball. Halftime enables Coach Weaver to introduce second half strategy to his team. Zx A . ix QQW Qllf ,153 fw :QI Sigszi af ill, . 5 P wi 's 31 213' 4 1 Qf r ..f:.,, A ,i A 1 'f Za' as Qs ,y Awww 4 ., 'r' , I' J-. ..' + 4' sg N7 "1 , vm, " :VU , E ra" 2 , , A ' 1, 1,115 '51 V, fr:.if'f-,.4',,.a,,',g'-'n-1.t- ,I I. H V 1, , fr W, 1, l ply-', 3,143 h J sw Q i'Mff:: is .,f , 7 A 'Z' -1 ,V ' 'fm V 'mx 9 3, 2. 5 I, X, nf W' Mm ' vs.. V V 'Ei ff '77 ., . ,n . ",, iw'-f' 'neg '. .. ,, I . v sq, 1 , n wax. ' M, J' x if S -1 9, a gywex w - H-15.1 2 V -audi Sw 'Bk . iw lx W? 'F' TLA . Tw r .Jwwflfl NN,- 1 We sn-. 9-Q . utlxw '.:e Y GARDEN SPOT OPPONENT O Eastern Lebonon Co. 1 1 Octorara 1 1 South Lebco 0 0 Pequea Valley 4 3 Donegal 1 O Penn Manor 1 2 Lampeter-Strasburg 0 2 Twin- Valley 0 1 Pequea Valley 1 2 Donegal 0 1 Penn Manor O 1 Lampeter-Strasburg 0 FIRST ROW-P. Shenenberger, B. Eckenroth, M. Futer, SECOND ROW-A. McCoy, D. Bender, C. Weaver, J. Schnader, and B. Weaver. THIRD ROW-R. Good, C. Sensenig, J. Leary, A. Plank, J. Evans, M. Eby, L. Good, and Mr. R. Weaver, coach. R. Dyer. After being injured Laverne Good confers with his coach. Menno Eby and Ron Dyer make attempts to clear the ball. 72 X Jack Schnader dashes forth to intercept a pass from the opposing team. FIRST ROW-B. Gable, D. Williams, E. Maser, L. Overly, C. Landis, R. Sanger, G. Musser. SECOND ROW-P. Santiago, C. Buchanon, D. Oberholser, J. Martin, W. Shirk, D. Mc Clarigan, G. Freeman, T. Myers, J. Holiday, R. Walter. THIRD ROW-D. Binkley, S. Good, K. Witmer, C. Miller, L. Law, P. Kennel. FOURTH ROW-D. Oberholser, D. McC1ay, E. Diller, K. Bears, W. Yelk, R. Boyer, D. Woodward, M. Patton, R. Martin, M. Kelley, T. Overly, D. Schnader, A. Loewen, Coach. HOCKEY Mrs. A. J. Young, Coach Varsity Hockey - FIRST ROW-N. Wise, M. L. Weaver, co-captaing and L. Weaver. SECOND ROW-K. Kuipers, I. Shirk, B. Ranck, B. Hollinger, J. Oberholtzer, and Mrs. A. J. Young. THIRD ROW-C. Steffy, R. Irons, C. Zeimer,B. Groff, co-captaing S. Luek, J. Good, and S. Irons. Defending champs falter i Wdne Irons, Bev Groff and Linda Weaver rush toward the goal as Janet Good attempts to score. HOCKEY SCHED ULE Garden Spot Opponent 2 Solanco 1 5 Cocalico 0 1 Conestoga Valley 0 4 Ephrata O 1 Penn Manor 3 2 Hempfield 4 1 Donegal 1 1 Manheim Township 2 After a circular tackle, Janis Oberholtzer takes posses- sion of the ball. clutch-Coach Youngs team fails to regain coungf title 75 By executing a flick, Bev Groff dodges her opponent. Right inner, Janet Good, struggles with the goalie in an attempt to score. Carol Ziemer dribbles the ball down the field. Spartanettes step up to victory. FIRST ROW-D. Dunlap, L. Palsgrove, K. Hoffert, L. Buch. SECOND ROW-K. Kauffman, S. I-less, J. Gena - mer, B. Longer, C. Wise, J. Houck, P. Dunlap. THIRD ROW-Coach Young, T. Jones, S. Martin,.S. Brelsford C. Finch, D. Mellinger, C. Beck, M. I-lessf FOURTH ROW-S. Frankhouser, P. Whitmore, R. Peters, P. Rogers, F. Brendle, S. Stauffer, B. Thomas, and E. Longer. Junior varsity players await the outcome, as Faye Brendle takes a center bully from her opponent. The girls' hockey team attempted to again captu re the Lancaster County Championship for Garden Spot, but this year's competition proved to be too "stiff." Boostedby a strong opening to their '63 season, the Sp artanette s fell when faced by Penn Manor. Their first place tie was broken and the team claimed a mid-position on the 1eague's ranks, and stayed there for the remainder of the season. 77 .fail Many town and student spectators have gathered to see the Spartanettes defend their title. Ed Youngman . . . . Will Brandau SCHOOL MUSICAL Dr. Botts and reporter Ed Youngman shown on the time machine prepare for their initial trip into the past. Added characterization is given to Holly Meck through the media of make- up by Mr. Keller. THE TIME MACHINE OF DR. BOTTS by D. C. Keller 62 J. Wf Dean "The Time Machine of Dr. Botts," an original musical comedy writtenby two school faculty members, was presented on November 8thand 9th as Garden Spot's fourth annual all school musicale. Words and lyrics for the play were by Mr. David C. Keller and Mr. J. William Dean composed the music. Accompanied by Beverly Groff at the piano, the orchestra contributed a big band sound to the p ro du ct io n . The dances were c ho r e o g r ap h e d by Cherry Lynn Brossman who also served as one of the student directors, Trent Delp being the other. Supplementary sets and scenery were de- signed and executed by Mr. Stinsmen, with the aid of his stage craft club. Mr. Yost served as stage director. Costumes were createdby Mr. Keller and made by Mrs. Chimelewski. Miss Johnson . . . . Miss Jones . Dr. Botts . . Boss Ogga. . Painter . . Grona . . Gruntus . . Susan Wenger Susan Weaver Steve Sheaffer . Holly Meck . . Douglas MaClay . Nancy Wise Lee Brubaker CHORUS: G. Hershey, C. Hurst, T. Meissner, D. Martin, M. Schreibe r, L. Stern, L. Johnson, L. Johnson, A. Rhoads, E. Houck, J. Oster, S. Wanner, S. Weaver, D. MaClay, D. Dughi, L. Brubaker, and M. Futer. Hic . . . . Harry Freas Hike ........ . . John Smith Hunck ......... .... L ee Weber Madame Faye Ache . . . . .Susan Wenger Lille ......... . . .Joyce Richwine Tille . . . . . . . Wilma Petersheim Mae . . . . Susan Weaver ORCHESTRA: B. Groff, P. Shirk, D. Hunsicker, C. Miller, D. Lowry, T. Reeser, C. Reeser, S., Zimmer- man, C. Kemper, H. Weaver, W. Heistand, L. Witmer, J. Zimmerman, R. Witmer, and R. Snook. Singing "Get the Story," Will Brandau relates his busy schedule as a re- porter. Miss Jones, Susan Weaver, attempts to recapture the pleasure of Ed Youngman's kiss. Silence encompasses a receptive audience as Nancy Wise renders a melancholy love song. Fellow cavemen and cavewomen look on as Lee Weber gives a lesson on love. 79 Steve Sheaffer portrays the role of Dr. Botts, an eccentric scientist. Holly Meck, Boss Ogga, boasts of her leadership through song. Cave-men, ably led by Boss Ogga, show pride in their newly formed army. SO S W dW pt d d p f k Reaching, these students have begun to grasp the extent and the excitement ofthe theatre. n Between numbers Eileen Houck discuss the day's events. Wee PP g FY 11 B d t t an th y ci the 81 J VARSITY BA SKE TBA LL Coach, Mr. Watro This year's basketball season premiered with a flashing triumph over Octorara. Led by co-captains, Jack Evans and Carl Weaver, and fellow senior, Will Brandau, the cagers topped last season's final record before the first half closed. The trio, having been varsity players for three years, added essential ex- perience to the team. Menno Eby began his second year as one of the "big five." Another bright note for the squad was Marc Muri, a junior, who played varsity ball for his first year. The team's strongest point last season was their shooting ability, however, the lack of aggressiveness very often limited them. One of the contributing factors for Coach Watro's quintet was height, as Garden Spot topped the county schools in feet and inches. Leading the team is 6'7" Will Brandau, followed closely by Marc Muri at 6'4". Our Section ll was a tight league this year, with the exception of Warwick, the prime contender. The 1963- 64 basketball season proved to be an inducement to Garden Spot's school spirit, which was a great morale booster to the Spartans---further spurring the team's victory record. Coach Watro gives last minute instructions to his team before they take the floor. Play resumes as center M. Muri taps the ball to one of his teammates. A jump shot from close range adds two points to Menno Eby's total. "T his is thefinest J 35 team I ve ever coached -Warm Concern for his team is expressed on the face of Coach Watro. G.S 69 52 51 60 45 88 60 64 64 Octorara Penn Ma.nor VARSITY SCHED ULE Opponent 49 63 Lampeter Strasburg 57 78 Octorara Warwick Elco Alumni Peguea Solanco 83 105 54 43 41 49 Conestoga Cocalico Lampeter Warwick Cocalico Ephrata. Peguea Conestoga Solanco Will Brandau strains to make the basket as he out leaps his opponent. Opponent 60 50 Strasburg 59 66 59 63 46 57 52 1 v 'Ry vt Y Q X- fwofi f Ml. FIRST ROW-T. Weaver, C. Weaver, M. Eby, D. Fessler. SECOND ROW-Mr. Watro, L. Witmer, J. Evans, W. Brandau, M. Muri, and G. Weidman. Balance, height, and strong shooting After his pass is blocked, C. Weaver plans his next move. Solanco player fouls J. Evans as he attempts to secure the ball. 84 i W I Overcoming his opposition is C. Weaver as he tries to score. Team members and opponents wait and watch for results as J Evans takes a foul shot. CLIP C01fll'f SUCCESS. FIRST ROW-B. Weaver, M. Spangler, B. Good. SECOND ROW-Mr. Huber, S. Sheaffer, D. Bender, D. Kelly, R. Dyer. THIRD ROW-R. Stubbs, H. Stauffer, M. Wenger, T. Sweigart, and N. Wert. 85 VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Showing excessive school spirit are B. Shirk, C. Wise, and W. Myers members of the JV squad. Houck Weaver Irons Oster Groff, Captain Overly Wise Time out shows the cheering squad leading in a victory plea. ae The basket is made and Ruthie Irons cheers vigorously for her favorite Spartans. Bedlam breaks as the home team captures the final winning score. JUNIOR VARSITY J. Oster M. Oster C. Wise P. Schnupp, Captain B. Shirk W. Meyers Keg -, -........v.--W M. A... K, he Q, ........,.. Cheerleaders help boost the team on to victory with a traditional fight yell, B-E-A-T. ,T , Libbie Trostle, captain of the squad, leads the spectators in a team yell. Junior H i gh, BASKETBALL A D CHEERLEADERS FIRST ROW- R. Sanger, E. Maser, C. Sollenberger, C. Landes. SECOND ROW-Mr. Mask, coach, G. Freeman, R. Haines, R. Hurst, T. Myer, E. Ludwig, T. Overly, L. Overly, J. Spangler, B. Beck. 88 STANDING left to right-Mr. Loewen, E. Diller, S. Weaver, S. Good, D. Lowery, J. Sauder, M. Kelly, M. Patton G. Eshbenshade, D. Woodward, and R. Boyer. KNEELING-B. Walters, R. Kennel, R. Martin, D. Maclay, and R Witmer. Jr. High Varsigf Coach, Mr. Lowen Jr. High Junior Varsigf Coach, Mr. Mask Jr. High Cheerleading Coach, T. Kurtz, S. Beiler, S. Wanner, S. Bensinger, L. Freas, M. Schreiber, C. Finch, L. Trostle, and A. Brandau. 89 X Mrs. Young W... ,E RIFLE TEAM Coaches: Mr. Dean and Mr. Latschar D. Northeimer J. R. Danhnert F T. Riker O L. Kidhardt J. H. Myers C B. Hagey B P. Sheneberger J. Kauffman Simon Good Sturla Freeman Hurst Longabaugh The all clear signal. tension builds, silence, the crack ofgun . . . another round fired Coaches Latschar and Dean prepare to spot scores through the sight-scopes as Manager H. Fager checks the line-up. RIFLE SCHEDULE January February 7 14 16 23 30 13 20 25 Pequea Valley Ephrata Manheim Township Donegal Pequea Valley Ephrata Manheim Township Donegal G. S. 36x 35x 39x 38x 43x 40x 34x 32x Opponent 492-28x 497-41x 496-35x 498-34x 496-38x 499-38x 498-32x 497-37x Demonstrating the correct shooting techniques in the prone positionare: C. Freeman, O. Good, B. Hagey, and J. Sturla. L. Kidhardt, J. Longabaugh, T. Riker, H. Myers, F. Simon, and R. Dahnert compare their targets. L B. Hurst, D. Northeimer, P. Sheneberger and J. Kauff- z man look on as B. Hagey demonstrates the use of the K' sighting scope. 91 WRESTLING Coach, Mr. Weaver For the second winter athletic season, action in Garden Spot's gym was spotlighted by a relatively new sport - wrestling. The G.S. matmen again finished a noteable sea- son, with a resulting strong concentration of not only student support, but also drawing many local townspeople. Coach Weaver's grapplers pushed "every inch of the way." Led by the team co-captains, Schnader and Shimp, individual recognition was as impor- tant as team success. Representatives from the 1962- 63 squad were Miller - 103, Shimp - 138, Schnader - 127, Brubaker - 145, Youndt - 154, and Carson - unlimited. Coach Weaver's most consistent men were his middleweight w r e s tl e r s who were Brubaker, Shimp, Schnader, and Youndt, aided by Miller and Carson. It was these wrestlers who led the team to their victories. Experience was an important factor in this individual sport, and we find the light weight groups very often lacked this advantage. Coach Weaver can look ahead to anothe r fine wrestling team next year - losing only his co-captains, Schnader and Shimp, and Reeser. Garden Spot is victorious as heavyweight L. Carson felled his man FIRST ROW- Mr. Firestone, co-captains, J. Schnader, J. Shimp, Mr. Weaver. SECOND ROW-G. Meissner, B. Miller, C. Kreider, T. Folker, M. Lease, C. Brubaker, R. Youndt, C. Reeser, R. Geist, and L. Carson 92 Raihlxvwwx R. Geist is in command as he continues his domination over his opponent. B. Youndt works on his man to put him into a pinning po- sition. VARSITY SCHED ULE G. S. 20 Warwick 3 1 Ephrata 9 McCaskey 33 Pequea 1 4 Solanco 26 Hempfield 28 Conestoga Valley Opponent G. S. 29 3 23 28 29 13 19 18 40 3 17 23 22 3 Opponent Manheim Central 43 Penn Manor 20 Donegal 27 Reading 24 Elizabethtown 37 Columbia 28 Manheim Township 46 Congratulations are offered by the team to R. Geist after his victory. Pequea grappler is seconds away from being pinned by J. Shimp. 94 J... .. G. Brubaker uses his strength to push his opponent down for a pin. Experience and technique C. Reeser ains advantage by increasin his riding . . 0 . g g gained in J. V Wrestling builds oundaiions for Varsigf Junior Varsi Q1 Squad- Coached by Mr. Firestone FIRST ROW-D. Snook, B. Weaver, R. Overly, Mr. Firestone, J. Binkley, P. Stone, and L. Coldren. SECOND ROW-M. Burkhart, J. Binkley, G. Clark, N. Santiago, B. Byers and C. Kreider. 95 WRESTLING CHEERLEADERS Coach, Mrs. Young Captain, Karen Kuipers Peggy Rogers introduces an individual wrestler. Members of the wrestling cheerleaders are: P. Rogers, K. Kuipers, D. Ressler, and S. Wallin. 96 all Spurring a group of individuals into a forceful unit . . . Entering the spirit Cheerleaders and spectators suppo rt spot 1 gh are the cheerleaders, the promoters of I 1 a cheerleader . always laughing shouting, ana' boosting school spirit. be CHRISTMAS DANCE Sponsored by Student Council Christmas seaso Smiling inside, proud of each other, Carl Weaver enjoy the evening's atmosphere. sr . Y , 51, ii! , .iff Q' 7 A 9 Sensenig and Mary Lou PS' Enjoying the evening are faculty members and their guests. premiered by 6' T inse! T imej' g Will Brandau teases his date, Amber Houck, over the traditional mistletoe kiss. I x E x Mike Lease and partner, Sandy Wallin, dance to the superb music. Entertainment, music, and decorations make the evening a success. N 1 99 GIRLS BA SKE TBA LL Coach, Miss Blaker VARSITY F. Eshelman, Captain S. Rogers D. Martin A. Houck P. Rogers S. Snyder B. Longer M. Hollinger J. Houck S. Baxter C. Steffy S. Stauffer K. Slabach A. Houck vigorously attempts to intercept her opponent's pass. 100 BASKETBALL SCHED ULE Garden Spot Opponent 45 Solanco 12 21 Eastern Lebanon Co. 32 27 Lancaster Country Day 25 13 Penn Manor 29 25 Lancaster Catholic 19 26 Warwick 30 47 Pequea Valley 10 36 Elizabethtown 17 35 McCaskey 16 34 Lancaster Catholic 32 F. Eshelman drives past her guard in hope for an open shot. In spite of opposition, M. Hollinger stops to concentrate on her aim before attempting a shot. ft? During time-out, Coach Blaker gives emphatic instructions to her team. Members of the Junior Varsity team are B. Brelsford, M. Hess, J. Braine, D Mellinger, D. Smith, S. Martin, S. Frankhouser. IO! BO Y'S TENNIS Coach, Mr. Heydt Jeff Herr prepares to stun his opponent with smashing serve. MA CADAM COURT FIVE First Man- WILL BRANDA U Second Man-JOHN M US SELMAN Third Man- MARC MURI Fourth Man-JEFF STA UFFER Fwh Man--HENRY WEA VER Garden Spot Opponent 1 0 Wilson 7 . 1 N-, 1 7, fl! 4 Wyomissing 3 4 Mc Caskey 3 4 Solanco 3 0 Manhiem Township 7 2 Conestoga Valley 5 6 Manhiem Central 1 3 Donegal 4 1 Penn Manor 6 3 Hempfield 4 1 Warwick 6 H. Weaver, J. Stauffer, J. Herr, M. Muri, W. Brandau, and Mr. Heydt, coach Inexperience, determining factor or losing season. X x Q 14 - 4 'N - w Mr. David Heydt shows concern for his Starting five. Hoping to outplay his opponent, Jeff Stauffer strives for a point. IO3 GIRLS ' TENNIS Coach, Mrs. Brandau T T To 2.-A S. Luek and N. Wise wait patiently for their opposition to arrive. 1 . 7. I N. Wise prepares to whip a mighty serve. TENNIS SCHED ULE Garden Spot Opponent 3 Lanc. Country Day 3 2 Warwick 4 1 Penn Manor 6 2 Hempfield 5 2 Manheim Central 5 5 Conestoga Valley 2 4 Solanco 3 0 Elizabethtown 7 6 Donegal 1 4 Mrs. Brandau, coach, gives encouragement to the girls as they prepare to begin the match. .140 B G ff t h f11 thru after making 11 pl d h S. Luek makes a fast return in hop t 1 h th t Initiative ana' hara' work important even team Zacks winning punch. VARSITY TENNIS 1M A. S B P 105 Carl Weaver p e r fo r m s a traditional duty of the Junior class president as he welcomes seniors and their guests to the Junior - Senior Reception. PR OM "Roman H olidayv gfe llillwd' foucf gfffe Ckiss JIQ64 was eas1Q proueofczf Qs! Ayear's ,junzbrffsenzfor fnwzn. 7 Qzyer ffan ever ffrony qfcoupks was overcome Q1 ffefes- foe afznospfere, 122fF0OfCQCQJd.5' cz '4rW0112an jQArl0Qy. 7' afffese 6Qz20Q0ff0yefferf6r1necfcz12 QI?Ulk'0I2l12Ql2f en- j'0ye0fQ everyone. jfe yuesfs gffonor-ffe senzbrs, ffe Aosfs-ffejkfnzbrs . . . af0Qnce0ff0 ffe musze J 9305 Ljyferlv 616120K Qfzjgrfunafeg ffzs nzayze, any offer, faof fo enof anf ffe 1963 rfronz remczzkzs as afezhf zknpresszbn-an lknpresszbn, fblflg jfe4 Qny Qsfzlrzy 106 5 nf - ml 1 3 ""w.-WA Q , f V K we L 1 V ' The atmosphere created by a Roman Holiday proves itself a topic of discussion among dates and friends. In their own world of togetherness, couples keep step to music provided by the "Head1iners". i 1 072 In their own worlds of togetherness, couples glide through their Rornan Holiday, presented in traditional fashion to honor the Senior Class. Will Brand N y W' and Jack E b d th ' g' t t t Holiday" are captivated with the music of Bob Lyter and decorations by the Junior Class. 108 Refreshments diminished as the line is 1 e n gt h e n e d by hungry juniors, seniors, and guests. Mrs. Shcaffer, Eileen Houck, and Mrs. Simon serve punch as Nancy Wise, pictured second from loft, and other guests go through the refresh- ment line. A in-n.,.,.,, N 2- ,ve , fl MAYDAY Sponsored by National Honor Sociegf Advisor, Mr. Carey May Day- Garden Spot's once a year day, just brimming with excitement ,. we 2 May Day Queen, Peg Halsey Queen Peg Halsey and her court reigned Peggy Halsey is crowned by School President, Bill Martin. Senior President, Horace Groff, presents a bouquet of red roses to the Queen. it 2 4+ E xt' g .t i if g 5 f s I My ,dab ,gf MAYDAY QUEEN AND COURT Pictured above are the May Day Queen and Court. FIRST ROW-C. Wise and M. McCoy. SECOND ROW-K. Clark, J. Frankhouser, K. Stauffer, P. Halsey, L. Dussinger, D. Peplau, and R. Irons. throughout the dayivfull schedule, Judy Oster performs a humorous pantomine at the May Day talent show. The elaborate May Day procession is traditionally brought to a close by the upperclassman. III a , f Dick Martin, Ken Martin, and Wilmer Martin combine their talents in a harmonous melody. JL?- Tension builds as the candidates for Queen and their escorts await the ment of the final decision. Joining in the fnale to todays festivities- Christine Stauffer, Dick Martin, Wilmer Martin, and Jackie McCoy entertain the Queen and her court. 1 I2 Mr. Dean acts as auctioneer for the annual sale of teachers' services. ,wh-v Pony rides highlight the festivities for the younger set. the May Day Dance 5 i l ' Q Y . Ken Martin proves his strength to onlookers with a strong blow into the "junker". H3 .1 Kenny Good is victim as students and friends re lease frustrations at pie throwing booth. GYM SHOW Directors: Mr. Stockton Mr. Lowen Mr. Weaver Miss Blaker Mrs. Brartdau Mr. Keller opens the activities in his usual comical manner. The broad jump holds the attention of both the audience and the participants. The hand balancing club demonstrates a few of the stunts they attempt to perfect during the year. 4 Cindy Miller drives for the basket as the girl cagers go through their drills. Students, utilizing strength and Abe Plank flips into a tricky dis- mount. C0-ordination, combine their talents to create cz fne Gym Show. Straining to maintain his balance, Chick Eckenroth pulls into an Iron Cross. Demonstrating a press, Rick Poole strives for perfection in this individ- ual sport. Joe Sturla tests his strength as he participates in the pullup contest. TRA CK AND FIELD DA Y Directors: U ...Q Mr. Stockton Mr. Weaver Lowen Miss Bloker Mrs. Brandau D. Dunlap follows through as he strains to throw the discus. it J B. Thomas displays a scissor kick on the high jump. Don't drop it, Will. J. Schnader stretches to snap the tape to win the 50 yd. dash. 116 'I . 4 .l,- 9 1 B. Newswanger and N. Santiago work together to win the tennis doubles for tenth grade. CLASS STANDINGS Intrascholastic Track and Field Day FIRST PLA CE Class of '63 SECOND PLA CE Class of '65 THIRD PLA CE Class of 66 FOURTH PLA CE Class of '64 Waiting for team results and individual scores are faculty members Mrs. Kennedy, Mrs. Harlowe, and Mr. Young. C. Weaver displays a forehand stroke for the eleventh grade singles team. in -5- D. Bender vaults over the bar. BA SEBA LL Coaches: Mr. Weaver Mr. Huber Advice is eagerbf sought by team- '5 we U! Coach Weaver gives final words of encouragement to his team before they take the field at the outset of the game. ,Q H553 Anticipating the next pitch, Jack Schnader devotes full concentration to getting on base. to improve fundamental Skills. Chet Gordon rounds third as he heads for home plate in what may be the run that will decide the outcome of the game. I I8 WJ -HT FIRST ROW-J. Schnader, C. Gordon, C. Sensenig, J. Shimp, R. Stevens, and L. Good. SECOND ROW-Mr. Weaver, coach, T. Weaver, P. Walter, D. Buch. J. Hart, R. Martin, M. Eby, R. Youndt, and R. Poole. VARSITY BASEBALL Garden Spot Opponent 1 Twin Valley 4 6 Cocalico 8 2 Solanco 15 3 Pequea Valley 10 8 Lampeter Strasburg O 1 Solanco 4 10 Conestoga Valley 7 3 Pequea Valley 6 5 Lampeter Strasburg 2 19 Conestoga Valley 13 FIRST ROW-R. Neidermyer, B. Good, B. Weaver, R. Overly, and D. Rutt. SECOND ROW-R. Frankhouser,B. Weaver, R. Yelk,B. Baxter, R. Schnader, L. Sensenig, Mr. Huber, coach. THIRD ROW-R. Dyer, D. Best, N. Wert, L. Burkhart, and R. Geist. 119 Bob Youndt and Coach Weaver con- gratulate Chet Gordon after hitting a game-winning home run. GIRL'S SOFTBALL Coach, Miss Blaker VARSITY L. Lied C. Long M. Kiefer M. Hollinger S. Snyder J. McCoy P. Slabach J. Gordon J. Wilhelm N. Finch P. Halsey J. Buch Garden Spot 6 Elco 31 Lanc. Catholic 19 Elco 19 Lanc. Catholic Opponent 17 3 32 7 Coach Blaker calmly observes her team in action. 120 Teammates give support from the sidelines. Every season contains its good and bad moments, times when every- thing goes right and times when the only thing to do is hope for a better tomorrow. This season was a strange mixture of both elements. The Spar- tanettes battles their way to a fine showing in the league, but were un- successful in their quest fora second straight championship. However, there is hope, and prospects seem high as the team looks to next year. A mighty swing by M. Hollinger may mean her winning run. il . f Z , ir 1,5 ,W-qw QE mg Q, L-,f,k .Qi Liyyg . st EM THE SENIGRS , , CLA SS OFFICERS PRESIDENT VICE - PRESIDENT RALPH RANDALL GOOD KENNETH MELVIN MARTIN Academic New Holland Vocational Agriculture Denver R.D. 1 Class Presidentg Student Councilg Sr. Chorusg Basketballg Sr. Chorusg FFA Chorusg Student Councilg FTA3 FFA Vice- Baseballg Soccerg Soccer, Mgr.g Boys' Leaders. Presidentg National Honor Societyg Class Vice-Presidentg All School Musical. SECRETARY TREASURER MARY WENGER DONNA EILEEN STYER Commercial Terre Hill Commercial Narvon R.D. 1 Class Secretaryg TAT Business Staffg Radio and TV Club. Class Treasurerg TAT Business Staffg Spartanus Business Staifg Girls' Leaders. 1 24 NJ MARIO ALVARO ARROYO CALDERON Academic New Holland Student Councilg Boys' Leadersg Soccerg Rifle Club. BARRY LEE AUKER General New Holland R.D. 1 TAT Business Staffg Basketballg Stage Craftg Printing Clubg JA. 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HORST Industrial Arts Blue Ball Sr. Chorusg County Chorus, IA Club, Radio and TV Club. C. NEVIN HURST General Terre Hill German Club, Chess Club. LUCILLE E. HURST Commercial Bowmansville Honor Roll, Spartanus Business Staffg Boys' Leaders, Treas.g Student Librarian, JA, Archery Club. K JOY KAUFFMAN Academic New Holland Rifle Clubg Rifle Teamg Dramatics Club. DENNIS LEE KERN Industrial Arts Denver R.D. 1 IA Clubg Tumbling and Apparatus Clubg Coin Clubg Chess Club. KAREN LORENA LANE Academic Bowmansville National Honor Societyg TAT Editorial Staff, Editorg Quill and Scrollg Sr. Chorusg Literary Classicsg FTA. SOLOMAN LAUSCH, JR. Academic New Holland R.D. 1 Honor Rollg TAT Editorial Staffg FTA, Vice-Presidentg De- bating Clubg Coin Club. JAY LEARY Academic New Holland National Honor Societyg Honor Rollg Student CouncilgSpar- tanus Business Staff, Business Mgr.g Boys' Leadersg Soccerg Tennisg JA. CAROL ANN LONGABAUGH Commercial Narvon R.D. 1 Spartanus Business Staff 5 TAT Business Staff 5 FHAQ JA. SUSAN PENELOPE LUEK Academic New Holland National Honor Societyg Honor Rollg TAT Editorial Staff, Copy Editorg Quill and Scrollg Sr. Chorusg Student Councilg Hockeyg Tennisg Literary Classics. LINDA KAY McCARTY Academic New Holland Bandg Orchestrag Travel Clubg JA. ALVIN LEE MCCOY Academic Churchtown Soccerg Baseballg Wrestling CHERRY LEE MARTIN Academic New Holland Sr. Glee Clubg FNA. DONNA MARIE MARTIN Commercial New Holland R.D. 1 Sr. Glee Clubg Sr. Chorusg A11-School Musicalg Girls' Lead- ersg Boys' Leaders, Secretaryg FHAQ FNAQ JA. JAMES MARTIN Vocational Agriculture East Earl R.D. 1 FFA. JANET ELAINE MARTIN Academic Blue Ball Sr. Bandg FTA. LOU ANN MARTIN ' Academic East Earl Sr. Glee Clubg TAT Editorial Staffg Student Librariang FHA, Vice-Presidentg Photography Club. PAUL EUGENE MARTIN General New Holland R.D. 1 RANDALL WAYNE MARTIN General Churchtown Stage Craft. ROBE RT EUGENE MOHLE R Vocational Agriculture Mohnton R.D. 2 FFA. GLORIA MAE MULL Commercial New Holland TAT Business Staffg FNA, Presidentg Travel Clubg FHA. ROY W. MUSSER Vocational Agriculture East Earl R.D. 1 Sr. Chorusg FFA Chorusg FFA. WALTER LEE MUSSER Vocational Agriculture Narvon R.D. 1 FFAg FFA Chorus. SHARON LOUISE MARTIN Academic Narvon R.D. 2 Sr. Glee Clubg Student Librariang FHAQ FNAQ JA. BARRY C. MENTZER Academic Martindale Spartanus Business Staffg Soccerg Track. KENNETH METZLER Industrial Arts New Holland R.D. 1 IA Club. LUCINDA MAE MILLER Commercial Terre Hill Sr. Glee Clubg Class Secretaryg Basketball, Captaing Girls' Leaders, Presidentg Radio and TV Clubg Sports Club, Presi- dent. J UDITH ELAINE NEWSANGER Academic New Holland National Honor Societyg TAT Editorial Staff, Exchange Edi- tory Quill and Scrollg FHAQ Student Librarian. DORIS CAROLINE NORTHEIMER Academic New Holland Sr. Glee Clubg Hockey, Mgr.g Rifle Teamg Rifle Team, Sec- retary-Treasurerg Rifle Clubg FNAQ Advanced Tumblingg Handbalancing. CARL ELWOOD PARSONS Academic New Holland DONNA MARLENE PEPLAU Academic Blue Ball National Honor Societyg Honor Rollg Student Councilg TAT Editorial Staffg Spartanus Busines s Staffg Sr. Glee Clubg FTAg Hockeyg Tennisg JA, Secretaryg Archery Club. GARY ROBERT PICKEL General Narvon R.D. 2 Stage Craftg IA Clubg Coin Club. KAREN LEE RANCK Commercial Blue Ball FHAg Sports Clubg Girls' Gym Clubg Archery Club. REBA SUE RAUSCHER Commercial New Holland Sr. Glee Clubg FHAQ Sports Clubg Girls' Leadersg TAT Business Staff. CHARLES FRANCIS REESER Academic New Holland Sr. Bandg Dance Bandg Sr. Chorusg Wrestlingg Soccerg All- School Musical. ELIZABETH JEAN SANDOE Commercial East Earl R.D. 1 Spartanus Business Staffg Sr. Glee Clubg JAg Archery Club. GLORIA ANN SANDOE Commercial Goodville Archery Club. JACK E. SCHNADER Industrial Arts Terre Hill Soccerg Wrestling, Co-Captaing Baseballg IA Clubg Tumbling and Apparatus Clubg JA. SHARYNANNE SCI-IREIBER Academic New Holland National Honor Societyg Honor Rollg Quill and Scrollg TAT Editorial Staffg Sr. ChorusgSr. Glee Clubg Literary Classicsg All-School Musicalg Hockey, Mgr. 3 FHAQ FTA3 Student Li- brariang AFS. ERIC DEAN RESSLER Industrial Arts New Holland Sr. Bandg Orchestrag Hall Patrolg JA. SUSAN ELAINE ROGERS Academic New Holland Student Councilg FTAQ Dramaticsg Fencing Clubg Biology Clubg Basketball. SHIELA JAN RULAND Commercial New Holland Spartanus Business Staffg FHAQ Archery Clubg JA. MICHELE SADOSKY Academic New Holland TAT Business Staffg Student Librariang FNAQ Fl-lAg Drama- tics Clubg Travel Clubg Girls' Gym Clubg Archery Club. GARY L. SHIRK Industrial Arts New Holland Rifle Teamg Rifle Clubg IA Clubg Chess Club. ILENE Y. SHIRK Academic New Holland Student Councilg Spartanus Editorial Staff, Asst. Editorg TAT Business Staff g Hockey 5 Basketball, Mgr.g Student Li- brariang JA, President. WILLIAM J. SHIRK Vocational Agriculture Goodville National Honor Societyg FFAQ FFA Chorusg FTAQ JA. RODNEY LEE SHUPP Industrial Arts New Holland Handbalancingg IA Club 5 Printing Club. BARRY SENSENIG Industrial Arts Terre Hill Wrestlingg Stage Crafty IA Club. CARL B. SENSENIG Academic New Holland Sr. Bandg Soccerg Baseballg Basketball, Mgr. PAUL S. SHENBERGER Academic New Holland R.D. 1 Soccerg Rifle Teamg Rifle Clubg Track. JERE LEE SI-IIMP Industrial Arts Denver R.D. l W r e s tl in g , Co- Captaing Baseballg IA Clubg Stage Craftg I-Iandbalancing Club. JOYCE EILEEN SINCLAIR Commercial Narvon R.D. 1 Spartanus Business Staffg Sr. Bandg FHAQ Archery Club. JOAN LOUISE SNADER Academic New Holland TAT Editorial StaIfgSr. BandgSr. Chorusg Student Librarian. SANDRA LEE SOMMER Academic New Holland R.D. 1 Sr. Bandg Orchestrag Dance Bandg Sr. Chorusg Pep Clubg JCL Clubg Jr. Class Playg Girls' Basketballg Art Editor of School Newspaper. DAVID E. SPANGLER Academic New Holland TAT Editorial Staffg Radio Clubg JA5 Basketball. N LYNN SPRECHER General Terre Hill Wrestlingg Trackg Football. CLARE EUGENE STAUFFER General New Holland R.D. 1 JEFFRY L. STAUFFER Academic New Holland TAT E ditorial Staff, Feature Editorg Spartanus Business Staffg Boys' Leadersg Tennisg Fencingg Debating Clubg All- School Musical. LINDA MAE STERN Commercial New Holland Spartanus Business Staffg TAT Business Staffg Sr. Chorusg Sr. Glee Clubg All-School Musical. DONNA ELAINE TREGO Commercial New Holland Stage Craft, Dramatics Club, Student Librarian. SUSAN J. TROSTLE Academic Terre Hill Spartanus Editorial Staff, Editor-in-Chief, Honor Roll, Girls' Leadersg Basketball, JAg Sr. Band. WILLIAM WALTZ General Narvon R.D. 1 CARL WESLEY WEAVER Academic New Holland Student Council, Treasurer, Class Presidentg AFSg Soccer, Captaing Basketball, Co-Captain, Boys' Leaders, Vice- President. KATHY ANN STICK Commercial Denver R.D. 1 TAT Business Staff, Girls' Leaders, Sports Club. FAY A. STYER Commercial Narvon R.D. 1 TAT Business StaffgSpartanus Business Sta.ffgSr. Glee Club, Archery Club. JOHN LARRY STYER Commercial Churchtown R. LYN SWEIGART Industrial Arts New Holland Stage Craft. LEON DALE WEAVER Vocational Agriculture New Holland R.D. 1 Honor Rollg Student Councilg FFAg FTAQ Sr. Chorus. LOUETTA FAYE WEAVER Academic Blue Ball TAT Editorial Staffg Sr. Glee Clubg FHA, Presidentg FHA County, Vice-Presidentg Student Librariang German Clubg Photography Club. MARY LOUISE WEAVER Academic Blue Ball Spartanus Editorial Staff, Senior Copy Editorg Sr. Bandg Dance Bandg Hockey, Co- Captaing Cheerleadingg Advanced Tumbling and Handbalancing Clubg All-School Musicalg Music Fund Treasurer. ROWENA JANE WEAVER Commercial East Earl R.D. 1 Sr. Glee Clubg Student Librariang Photography Clubg FHA. SUSAN F. WEAVER Academic New Holland Sr. Chorusg Spartanus Business Staffg All-School Musicalg Dramatics Club 5 Stage Craftg JA. VIOLET ANN WEAVER Academic New Holland TAT Editorial Staff, Exchange Editorg Sr. Chorusg County Chorusg Fl-IAg FNAQ Student Librarian. BARBARA ANN WEINHOLD General Denver R.D. 1 FHAQ Student Librarian. SHARON ANN WELLER Commercial East Earl R.D. 1 Sr. Glee Clubg Student Librarian. JONATHAN CHARLES ZIMMERMAN Academic East Earl R.D. 1 Sr. Bandg Sr. Chorus 3 Dance Band, Soccer, Mgr.g Basketball, Mgr., Track, Mgr., Social Studies Societyg Gravel Clubg Class Play. SAMUEL 0. ZIMMERMAN, JR. Academic New Holland National Honor Societyg Honor Rollg Sr. Bandg County Band, District Bandg State Bandg All-School Musical. SYLVIA JEAN ZIMME RMAN Commercial Honor Rollg Sr. Glee Club, FHA, FNAg Student Librarian. MARY SUSAN WENGER Commercial New Holland Spartanus Editorial Staff, Typing Editor, Spartanus Business Staff, Sr. Chorus, Vice-Presidentg County Chorus 5 Band, Drum Maj o retteg Cheerleadingg Hockey, Student Council, AFS, Secretary, All- School Musicalg JAQ Handbalancing Club. NANCY ELLEN WISE Academic Bowmansville National Honor Society, Quill and Scrollg Class Vice-Presi- dentg TAT Editorial Staff, Sr. Chorusg County Chorusg Sr. Band, Hockeyg Cheerleading, Head Cheerleaderg Tennis, All- School Musicalg Student Council. CLYDE B. WISSLER Vocational Agriculture New Holland Student Council, Presidentg Class President, FFA, Secre- tary, Sr. Chorusg FFA Chorus, Printing Club. CAROL ANN ZIEMER Academic New Holland National Honor Societyg Honor Rollg Student Councilg TAT Editorial Staff, Asst. Feature Editor, Art Editorg Spartanus Business Staff, Quill and Scroll, Sr. Band, Sr. Chorus, Class Treasurerg Hockeyg Tennis, Basketball, Mgr. Blue Ball REFLECTIONS. . Our Class Motto. . . We are here to ada' what we can to, not to get what we can from, lyfe. Our Class Flower. . . White rose bud typed in blue Our semef yeazg our peer me years jk! 60175 fmfydtj e Mrk Hope anofa H116 Qemmje Oufjlfufe, one gf uncerlazlfzfzes an ofremem gr ance S . . . 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N, xg ya' yr, 1, 3, 'if .J g.,.:'- , qgwf, ,mfg ,, an 3 .2 3 lx 5 A -Vt 323' ,Mn -...Am , -f i E355 Yi THE ADVERTISERS The 1964 Spartanus Staff express their gratitude to the following business sponsors who contri buted a fourth of a page. The Farmers National Bank gl Trust Co. of New Holland Samuel S. Gerhart Groff Buick, Inc. L. B. Herr Sz Son Loht gl Hutchinson B. Z. Mellinger The Moore Dairy Inc. New Holland Sales Stables Inc. Sportsman Shop Terre Hill Silo Co. Tshudy's Barber Shop Edward C. Weaver The 1964 Spartanus Staff expresses their gratitude to the following business sponsors who con tributed an eighth of a page. Buckwalter SL Eby Buckharts American Chuchtown Supply Company Coldren's Store Denver Cut Rate Duffy's Meat Market M. H. Eby J. Herbert Ewell John S. Ewell Inc. Milk Transportation Walter Fessler C. W. Fox Groff's Hardware Country Maid Harting's Bakery Hollingers Service Station Horning Dodge Inc. Iron's Food Market Frank lx SL Sons, Inc. Kauffman Hardware Abe Levit Dept. Store Lichty Brothers Lois' Beauty Shop Paul M. Martin Menno Martin M. C. Cut Rate Miller Studio Musselman Bros., Murphey's Frozen Custard Allen G. Musser John J. Musser New Holland Cut Rate New Holland Diner New Holland Farmers Market New Holland Finance Company New Holland Meat Market New Holland Paint Store New Holland Supply Company A. G. Oberholzer Peifer Pontiac Inc. Peoples Restaurant The Pioneer Gift Shop A. C. Plank Company S. Plotnick Sz Son The Pub Ralph's House of Photography A. W. Reifsnyder S. Rubinson 8a Sons Inc. Rutt Custom Kitchens Inc. Earl Sauder Inc. John N. Sauder Auto Co. A. R. Sensenig M. S. Sensenig Charles M. Shirk, Trucker A. O. Smith Stauffers Drug Store Arthur G. Stubb Insurance Styer Sz Evans Terre Hill Snack Bar Trimmer's Floor Service Twin Kiss United Twine SL Paper Company Way Oil Company Washington Inn Weaver Book Store, N. H. Clarence Weaver, Agrico Fertilizer Weaver's Memorial Weaver's Poultry W. W. Weaver Weber's Service Station Weinholds I.G.A. Wengers Flower Inc. "Say it with flowers West End Cleaners Sz Dryers Witmer's Heating, Plumbing, Wiring Fuel O11 Fred Yoos Garage Zausner Food Corp. Jacob B. Zimmerman Daniel Snader Mr. Sz Mrs. Joseph Arters Mr. Sz Mrs. Ralph Auker Mr. Sz Mrs. Charles Bachman Mr. Budd Bair Mr. Sz Mrs. Dale Barbour Mr. Sz Mrs. Clyde Bensinger Ethel Blank Mr. Sz Mrs. Ira Blank Mr. Sz Mrs. Robert S. Bomberger Harry Bouder Mr. Sz Mrs. Walter S. Bowman Mr. Sz Mrs. Warren E. Bowman Miss Vera Bowmen Mr. Sz Mrs. John C. Brelsford Mr. Sz Mrs. Wm. R. Brossman Richard Brubaker David Burkholder Mr. Sz Mrs. Tom Cashwiler, Jr. Mr. Sz Mrs. Truman Coy' Carl Cresswell J. Henry Cyr Mrs. Reba Davis Mr. Sz Mrs. C. Earl Deibler Grant Eaby East Earl Garage Miss Ann Louise Fasnacht Larry Lee Fetter Fessler's Grocery Store Mr. Sz Mrs. John A. Flora III Mr. Sz Mrs. Ephraim Fornoff Mr. Sz Mrs. Harry E. Frankhouser Mr. Sz Mrs. Fryberger Geraldine Gable Mr. Sz Mrs. Russell L. Gehman PATRONS Mr. Sz Mrs. Fred Hood Allen S. Horst Jim Houck Sz Family Mr. Sz Mrs. Clayton Hurst Lloyd Hurst Sz Family Mr. Sz Mrs. A Friend Mr. Sz Mrs. Mr. Sz Mrs. Mr. Sz Mrs. Flora Belle Mr. Sz Mrs. Garry Kulp Mr. Sz Mrs. A Friend Mr. Sz Mrs. Weaver Hurst H. Allen Jacoby James O. Jones Clarence Keenan Kendig Robert Kuipers W. M. Kurtz Charles B. Lane Mr. Sz Mrs. Raymond Reeser Mr. Sz Mrs. Richard L. Reeser Mr. Sz Mrs. Norman Ressler Roy H. Rice Mrs. Kirk Richter Mr. Sz Mrs. James Richwine Jack Sz Jane Rucker Mr. Sz Mrs. Paul Rupp Mr. Sz Mrs. John C. Rutt Mr. Sz Mrs. Phares B. Rutt Mr. Phares W. Rutt R.O.T.G. Robert W. Ressler A Friend Mr. Sz Mrs. George Sauder Irene Sauder Della Gergley Mr. Sz Mrs Robert Getz, Jr. Mr. Sz Mrs Robert Getz, Sr. Mr. Sz Mrs Harvey Good Mr. Sz Mrs George Good Hilda Good Mr. Sz Mrs Ralph E. Good Randy Good Mr. Sz Mrs. Ronald Good Mr. Sz Mrs. Parke Groff Sam Groff Wayne E. Groff Mr. Sz Mrs. John A. Greer Mr. Sz Mrs. Ralph Grubb Paul Gruver Mr. Sz Mrs. Russel Hammond Mr. Sz Mrs. John Harry Mr. Sz Mrs. Richard Harry Mr. Lee Hartranft Karen Herr Mrs. Margaret Hess Ed Lawrence Mr. Sz Mrs. Edward Leary Donna Loht Mr. Sz Mrs. O. W. Luek Mr. Sz Mrs. Arthur Loewen Allan Martin Arthur E. Martin, M.D. Mr. Sz Mrs. Charles R. Martin Harold Martin Mr. Sz Mrs. Harold W. Martin Mr. Sz Mrs. Luke W. Martin Willis H. McCarty Mr. Sz Mrs. Howard McGinnis C. B. Mellinger Esther E. Mentzer Mr. Sz Mrs. Frank Mohler, Jr. Marie Mohler Mr. Sz Mrs. Don Montgomery H. Clair Musselman Mrs. H. Clair Mussleman Mr. Sz Mrs. Ira Musser Mr. Sz Mrs. Chester Myers Mr. Sz Mrs. C. Edwin Martin H. H. Oberholzer Sz Son Mr. Sz Mrs. Richard H. Palmer Mr. Paul R. Pannabuker Charles E. Parmon Mr. Sz Mrs. E. W. Patton Susan D. Patton Pete and Betty Alfred Porsche Edward Procter Mrs. H. J. Procter Mrs. J. Q. Purce A Friend Sharon Reeder Mr. Sz Mrs. Jacob S. Zimmerman Jonathan Zimmerman Mr. Sz Mrs. Richard Zeimer Mr. Sz Mrs F. Schnader Mr. Sz Mrs Paul M. Sensenig Mr. Sz Mrs Ivan Shirk Mr. Sz Mrs Floyd Sheiner Mr. Sz Mrs. Mr. Sz Mrs. Smitty Mr. Sz Mrs. Samuel Sheiner Robert P. Simon Phoebe Snader Mr. Sz Mrs. Lloyd Snyder Mr. Sz Mrs. J. Ronald Specht Mr. Jan E. Srousser John W. Stauffer Leonard Steffy Sz Family Laura Stern Mr. Sz Mrs. Albert E. Stern Mr. Sz Mrs. Osborne Stick Mr. Sz Mrs. William Stirk Dr. Sz Mrs. George J. Storb Mr. Sz Mrs. Lloyd Summers Mr. Sz Mrs. Ruben Sweigart A Friend Mr. John Taylor Tiki Nettie and Isaac Todd Janet M. Trimmer A Friend Mrs. Alma Weaver Mr. Sz Mrs. Edward C. Weaver Mr. Sz Mrs. Herbert S. Weaver Mr. Sz Mrs. Clyde Weinhold Mr. Sz Mrs. Galen Wenger Susie Wenger Mr. Sz Mrs. J. Harry Wetzler Mr. Sz Mrs. C. Witwer Mr. Roy A. Young Mr. Sz Mrs. Elmer Yost A Friend us Staff expresses IVAN M. MARTIN INC. NEW HOLLAND CONCRETE PRODUCTS, INC. PRCDGRESS . . . i'r's everywhere NOW ONE MAN CAN DO THE WORK OF A HUSKY THREE-MAN TEAM! Great progress is being made in nearly every phase of endeaver. And some of the best ex- amples of this progress can be found in schools like yours. The farm equipment industry has made progress, too. Today, for instance, one man, working alone, can bale and load hay faster than a three-man crew. All by machine. Producing the profit-making, labor-saving farm machines to accomplish that task is the job of the people who work at New Holland Machine Company--a part of the community since 1895. Like your school, New Holland believes in fostering progress. The company and its people are pleased to pay tribute to the graduates of 1964, to their parents, their teachers and everyone else who has helped them reach such an important career milestone. Nzw HOLLAND MAC:-nur: COMPANY "Frei: in Grassland Farming" V PHOTOGRAPHS MAKE BETTER YEARBOOKS BETTER GEORGE RONTZ P. O. Box 334 Jim Thorpe, Po. " 5 Phone 325-3426 ,Ab I .ff wx ,ef .. gh 53 QNX ,feng 14 ' if Q I W Y 2' A 'xx aff. 'Q' JW dk J: r x ,N - ,,, J f , -,.' Riffs T .59 HK.. K Mgt... . W ,,,,. A """ .-"',Y'w W QMW 3300 Monroe Road o Charlotte, N. C. . THE Kimi IN sc:-loom. PHOTOGRAPHY . 5a,wzm Quad? IN scuool. Ysmzsooxs. A CKN O WLED GEM EN T S TO BUSINESS MANAGERS-CAROL ZIEMER AND JA Y LEARYAND THE ENTIRE BUSINESS STAFF who achieved the impossible by keeping the "Spartanus's"fnan- cial operations in the black under the leadership of M r. Gerald Martin. TO THE DELMAR PUBLISHING COMPANY who maintained their faith even in the face of many deadlines which were not met. TO THE SHELLEY STUDIOS who worked hard to main- tain their usual high quality in photography. TO FACULTY ADVISOR, FRANK A. PALUMBO a very special vote of thanksfor the many hours he so generousbf expended in assisting us, for the advice that solved many of our problems, and for the good humor and confidence he dis- played when the going was tough. TO MR. DONALD A. SHEAFFER who followed up on many minute details and kept the staff running ejficientbf in Mr. Palumbo's absence. TO MR. JOHN STINSMEN a sincere thanks for the photo- graphy he contributed. TO THE ENTIRE "SPARTANUS" STAFF and everyone else who contributed their time and energy, we offer our deepest thanks. 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