Gettysburg High School - Cannon Aid Yearbook (Gettysburg, PA)

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Dupont Duco Paint- ing-from a scratch to a complete car. C. lg- DQUGHERTY, Ma,,agp,f S. XYashington St. GETTYSBURG, Pa. Phone 175 INDEX TO ADVERTISERS Adams County Independent Ann's Beauty Shoppe Atlantic Service Station Bender's Cut Rate Bender's Funeral Home Philip Bikle Brehm, The Tailor Central Penna. Business Champion Shoe Repair Coffman and Fisher F. E. Cremer I. H. Crouse De Luxe Restaurant Delecto Dairy Doutrichs Faber's S. C. Finkboner First National Bank Fissel Insurance Gettysburg College College Gettysburg-Harrisburg Trans. Co. Gettysburg High School Alumni Gettysburg Ice Sz Storage Gettysburg National Bank Gettysburg Times Sz News Gilbert's, Dry Cleaning Grenoble Gifts Harris Brothers Hartzell's Esso Station Hennig's Bakery Helen Kay Hershey Creamery H. Sz H. Machine Shop Hotel Gettysburg James Gettys Hotel VV. C. Knox Emma Kuhn Lancaster Business College John C. Lower Majestic Soda Grill Majestic Theatre H. T. Maring Martin's Shoe Store Minter's Store Clyde Mumper Penrose Myers National Garage H. M. Oyler Peace Light Inn People's Cash Store People's Drug Store Phiel's Garage Rea Sr Derick Remmel's Print Shop Rose Ann Shoppe Roinayne Miller Lutlier Sachs Shenk Sr Tittle Mares Sherman Shoe Box George Spies Standard Pennant Co. E. G. Steinour S. M. Stover Surprise Shop Sweetland Swope's Service Station Texas VViener Tobey's Trimmer's Uhrich Motor Co. Varsity Barber VVayside Flower Shop VVeaver's jewelry R. VV. XVentz Williams Photographer A Friend OYLER TIRE CO. Distrilrzffor GOODRICH TIRES BATTERIES 103-lll Carlisle St. Phone 407 For QUALITY PRINTING HQTEI, GETTYSBURG "ON THE SQL'ARi-3" Contact the Adams County Independent Gettysburg Phone Penna. 5-19 HENRY M. SCHARF, Mazinger Aga i. ii. Compliments BREHM ,Mi TCBEYS G-l3urg's Budget Shop for DRESSES The Tailoy svvlzfifiiicles REA at DERICK and COATS A MODERN AND COMPLETE PRINTING PLANT THE TIMES AND NEWS PUBLISHI G CCMPA Y GETTYSBURG, PA. Equipped to Produce Any Kind of Printing Printers of the "lVlARUUN AND VVHITEU AND MANY OTHER SCHOOL PUBLICATIONS Compliments of Compliments of ,RENOBLE pq I IF-I-S StOVe1' ShOe Compliments Texas Hot Gifts 17111151101 Store -Of' lener Next Door to the Blu H T M - K' ' Parrot Tea Room Misses' ' ' arlng ERN112 s Boys' Chambersburg Street Chambersburg Street GETTYSBURG, PA. Baltimore Street Welitz Building GILBERTS TAILORING AND DRY CLEANING J. VV. GILBERT, PJ'0f7VICfl7I' 24 Chambersburg Street PHONE 20-Y CoffmanfFisher Co. DEPARTMENT STORE VV11crc Sfylr' and Qualify Meet at Low Price Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Men's and Boys' Clothing and Furnishings VVOMEN'S AND CHILDRENS "READY-TO-VVEAR" Center Square GICTTYSBURG, PA. Champion Shoe Repair --masr REPAIRING IN TOWNI' Ton GEORGE, Prop. Congratulations to the SENIORS OF CLASS 1942 F1eetfWing Super Service S. F. "I'AP1'Y', SVVOPE Carlisle Street 1. Once upon a Lenten Friday noon- 2. Two pounds of sugar, please 3. Down the hatch! 4. Warner's tonight? 5. Pilin' aroun'! 6. Jimmy and his boys 7. Practice makes perfect 8. Lebanon bound! 9. Drummer boy 10. No priority yet. 11. All set? 12. Cause of a "bleeding heart" 13. Now, let's see-tomorrow- 14. Our "Darby and Joann 15. Vacation Simone Legree 16. AE -1- DC : 61 17. Late again! 18. Another test, Miss Demmy? 19. A maker of the history he teaches 20. D I C K Fraternity Kuhn's Millinery Store 130 Chanihershurg Street GETTYSBURG, PA. Fissel Insurance Agency KATI-IRYN F. BRITCHER, Agent Masonic Building PHONE 434 WILLIAMS GROUP PHOTOGRAPHER FOR 1942 CANNON-AID P1-IIEL'S GARAGE VVishes the Class of 1942 a Happy and Prosperous Future J. A. PHIEL, Prop. GEORGE SPIES INCORPORATED OF CHICAGO "The Best Class Rings MacIe" OFFICIAL DIICNVIELIERS TO CLASS OF '-I2-'43 IR V I N F R I T Z MT. JOY, PA. IEl'fI1'C'SI'llftIffT'F Ask Your Teacher About joining the march of the multitudes of 'High School stu- dents in the nioney-saving parade made possible through the School Savings System at the First National Bank OF GIQTTYSBURG ON CENTER SQUARE S1NCIz 1857 IVIICMIBICR FHIJIERAI. DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Extremes in K Traffic snarl Executive of student body All hail to the twinsl I What's the rush? Did I appoint that committee? Jalopy stalls Where to? That 6 ft. 4 stride Stage hands . B-b-b-bob and his K-Ic-lc-lcaty All subscriptions in? Owner and passenger of Old Faithful Win that debate! I No homework, Prof? Mytt and Moose Gefffww eazzea, 131 I eaizeaa FOR INFORMATION SEE HENRY W. A. HANSON, PRESIDENT x Compliments of HARRIS BROTHERS DEPARTMENT STORE GETTYSBURG, PA. ROMAYNE MILLER'S HOME-MADE CANDIES PARTY ORDERS AND GIFT PACKAGES OUR SPECIALTY Compliments --of- WENTZ'S FURNITURE STORE GETTYSBURG Cremerls Flowers Since 1879 Reliable Service and Quality Always F. E. Cremer, Florist 219-227 E. VValnut Street HANOVER PA. Your Flower Phones: 224, 671 "ALWAYS RELIABLEU DoUTRioHs CLOTHES HARRISBURG PENNSYLVANIA 1814 1942 Compliments of p g The The Rrhtwall-Kodak Store DRUGS-SODAS-SUNDRIES TOILETRIES-STATIONERY 25 Baltimore Street Gettysburg, Penna. GETTYSBURG NATIONAL BANK ON YORK STREET GETTYSBURG, PA. Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Member of Federal Reserve System Constructive Banking Since Colonial Days 1814 1942 GET YOUR PRINTING AT RElVlMEL'S PRINT SHOP 54 Chambersburg Street PHONE 83-Z HARTZELIJS ESSO STATION New ESSO Gasolines Lincoln Way East Kg Mile East of Gettysburg, Pa. lu if THE STANDARD PENNANT CO. Ill1tIlIllftIt'flll'C'l'S of HIGH GRAIJIC FELT AND LIEATHER GOODS XN'e make all kinds of Chenille Letters and Emblems BIG RUN, PIQNNA. Atlantic Service Station IQDWARU A. CULP, Prop. Lubricating Service-VVashing Buford Ave. Phone 167-Y Gettysburg, l'a. T R I M M E R ' S 5-IO-25c STORE YoRK S'l'RIiIi'I' GIQTTYSIIURG, PA. Complilnents 0 SHENK SL TITTLE KAY WARNER BRQS, "EVERYTHING Eola SPoRT'7 ,,,A,,,f,ff,,,U,, for Girls MAJESTIC and 313 IVIARKIUI' S'r1u2E'r DRESSES STRAND IIARRISIILIRG, VIENNA. SUITS 'I' II ICATRIES IMG S SHERMANS STORE Clothing, Shoes, Haherclashery Athletic VVear GIQTTYSIIURG, PA. Insist on HERSHEY'S ORIGINAL HPACKAGED BULK" jIiVYICI.RY SOUVENIRS PENROSE MYERS IC E C R E A M 12 Baltimore Street Gettysburg, Pa. Millions of Consumers Make Possible This ESTAHIAISHED 1876 Greatest Ice Cream Value LUTHER 1. ' COMI'I.IMICNTS PACKARD SACHS 31251 HUDSON CARS 32 1.ocUsT LANE 1.3Wf.fiNG -of- CONTRACTOR For .-Ill fha Family GARAGE CO. and U. C. Forney, Prop. Q C. S. Menchey, Mgr BUILUILR 12-14 Ch be 'b f St. GET'1'Yag1gUIEC5riD A. PHONE 110-X GETTYSBURG, PA. C5710 JOHN C. LoWER Co. INCORPORATED ADAMS COUNTY'S ONLY VVHOLESALE GROCERS Our Hearty Congratulations to the SENIOR CLASS We hope that you will plan to attend the Alumni Banquet and Dance, May 29, and keep up your afliliation with your first Alma Mater. GETTYSBURG HIGH SCHOOL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION Glenn William Sachs, '36 - - - President -1-H 1 1 Ath B ll ,'23 - - V' P fl t c,1.1TYsBURo, PA. sgimgrrisfiif is - - - - 1Cz:a:.S2f Rosea Armor, '30 - Secretary AMoco Service I " Lubrication I. Eyes to the right! Oil and Vvashing 2. No signs of gum shortage here! 3. G-Burg-ight! Fooo MARKET 4. Journalists at convention 344 S' Vvashington St' CO. 5. Victims of Spring Fever VVF DELIVFR 6. Our gang 4 100 York Street . Phone 261-W 7. Our pilots 8. 12:44 p. m. COMPLIMENTS 9. "That way" about each other! C l' , f 10. Mmimakefs of 206 mp 'mem 0 of the PEACE LIGHT INN ll. "We of the affirmative-" 12. Steinwehr Avenue coming up! I 13. All in che family-oops! I 14. Cannon-Aiders 15. Dashing cowboy Majestic Soda Grill james P. Cargas, Prop. BUSES FOR HIRE COMPLIMENTS For Special Trips of a Gettysburg-Harrisburg Transportation Co. r A FABER'S RTlN'S HCJE sToRE FOUNTAIN SERVICE BRE1'1jR'5 ICE CREAM "Star Brand Shoes Are Better" Lancaster Busmess College THE SURPRISE SHGP 49 N, Queen Street Z8 Chambersburg Street Lancaster, Pennsylvania GETTYSBURG, PA. lFfHlHdr'd 18551 XN'ishes to Extend Its Best VVishes Courses: Accounting, Stenograpllic, Secretarial to the Class of '42 PEOPLES GUI-E SEQQTION ROSE-ANN CASH mm-YSBURG, PA. SHUPPE S. C. Finkboner, Prop. LADIES' General Merchandise 9 1 S and ll eaver 5 ICWS TY mm cH1LnR1aN's DIQNGLIQR All Kinds of Watclles, Clocks, jewelry VVEAR 13ROTH1,:RS Repaired-Our Specialty Gettysburg. Pu. 63 XY. MIDDLE STREET Baltimore Street l'l1one 503-L E' G. COl111Jlll11Cl1tS of 343 S. VVasl1ington Street 3 GETTYSBURGY PA, Ann S Beauty Shoppe Q W GROCIERIES 1 N ANN MAUST BACI-IENSKY PRILSI-I AND SMOKED lVIEA'lS MUMPER STUDIO FOR PHOTGGRAPHER INSURANCE TEI.El'HONE 300 CLYDE MUMPER. Prop. 41 Baltimore Street GETTYSBURG, PA. R. HENNIGS BAKERY CENTRAL PENNA. 35 YORK sTRRlaT 323 Market Street CAFETERIA Daily Delivery HAR RISHURG, PENNSYLVANIA Approved by the State Committee on Phone 325 Business School Standards De Luxe Restaurant 53 Chambersburg Street GETTYSBURG, PA. Phone 171-X DINNERS and A LA Carte Service "Flowers for All Occasions" The Wayside Flower Shop PHONE 629-Z IAMES GETTYS HOTEL CHAMBERSBURG STREET Half Block VVest of Center Square CETTYSISURG, I'A. Bender's Cut Rate Store 16 Baltimore Street GETTYSBURG, PA. C. li. BICNDICR Proprietor All Ki11dS Of Salldwifhes Moderate Rates Wayne M. Keet, Prop. Sweedand GET YOUR HAIR CUT AT THE Cumplimcms fjf Home-Made Candies Varsity Barber SODA FUNERAL FOUNTAIN HOME COMPLIMENTS OF l3Zlltlll1OI'C Stl'CCt GIETTYSBURG PIQNNSYLVANIA PA. I. H. CROUSE SL SONS On... 'Display SEE MODEL COTTAGE WITH MODEL KITCHEN Cor. Waln11t and Lombard LITTLESTOVVN, PA. vHoN15 51-J Laughlin, Mary Lingg, Kathryn Linn, Mildred MacPhail, John McCleaf, Clarence McCleaf, Phyllis McGlaughlin, Kathleen McLaughlin, Jay McPherson, Donald McPherson, Betty Martin, Mary Louise Mehring, Chester Mickley, Margaret Miller, Merlin Miller, Mildred Miller, Robert Miller, Winifred Mitchell, Kathleen Moser, Louise Myers, Mary Naugle, Richard Nunemaker, Arlene Nunemaker, Ruth Pitzer, John Plank, David Plank, Eleanor Ramer, Margaret Rasmussen, Holger Rasmussen, Howard Raver, Ervin Rosensteel, Dorothy Ross, Evelyn Ross, Willis Rothaupt, Eva Saby, Margaret Sanders, Rita Sherman, Shirley Shields, Dale Shriver, Chester Shryock, Robert Shultz, Mildred Slonaker, Joseph Smith, Charles Smith, Grace Smith, Harvey Smith, Herbert Smith, Mildred Spahr Robert Spangler, Jeanne Starry, Betty Staub, Dorothy Steiniger, Henry Stitt, Donald Stover, Ruth Tinney, Franklin Trew, Margaret Troxell, Harry Warman, Clayton Waybright, Wilbur Weikert, Josephine Weitzel, Betty Weygandt, James Whitaker, Margaret Williams, Lillian Wiser, Betty Witherow, John Woodward, Lawrence Worthington, Harold Tl-IE FUTURE uMaybe" 'lWaiT 'til the Sun Shines Nellie" Nurse Nurse Stenographer Minister Salesman Secretary Airplane hostess College Illustrator Marriage Stenographer Salesman Airplane Hostess College Study art College College Nurse Nurse Teacher Salesman Secretary Secretary Business College Housewife Nursing School Chemist Chemist Thompson College Secretary Housewife Diplomatic field Airplane Hostess College Secretary Secretary Army Farm work Sports writer Secretary Business Defense worker Secretary Chemist Economist Secretary Ship's radio operator Business College Secretary Beautician Musician Farmer Secretary Baseball player Business executive College College Agricultural work Nurse Secretary Railroading Guess? Secretary Nurse Defense worker Army Air Corps Telegraph operator We certainly need them. May be a Fissel. Somebody's wife. No Washington trip-too bad, Johnny! Fuller Brush Man. Frankly, O. K. Bobbie's Boss. What about the draft? He's got the talent. She has something there! "Swingeroo." Decided-after Mr. Diehl left! Lloyd's lady. Bet he takes French! She won't be "brushed" off. An accomplished horseman. Bet there's more future than this! Another "angel of mercyf' Not enough chemistry YET? Glutton for punishment. Heis got the line! We heard she's one already. Billie's, maybe? And that's his own. G. H. S,'s Romeo. There's a ring to prove it. Nlaybe a college belle. We agree. Well, they are twins! Baby Dumpling, personified. Oh! Chuck! Do you like to do dishes? Russia vs. Fairfield. Something to look forward to. All aboard for Penn State! Hit no wrong keys. Housewife-after Academy graduation. Fall in! He's bound to be a good farmer. G.H.S.'s future Tommy Dorsey. Does George contest? Hotel Manager. He'll work hard, too Are there secretaries Here's the answer to Here's the answer to Lucky-157! S.O.S.!! in the army? the rubber problem. the National Debt. Iris a woman's privilege to change her mind. We wonder! There's a lot of "Art" to that. He's "beating', his way into Mary's heart. He'll produce only the best. Star on Broadway. Maybe another "Ted" Williams. Dress Shoppe??? Hollywood cameraman. Another Robert Taylor. Just so the food is good. Nothing could be better. No "lapse" in your work. Heis on the right track. We'd say marriage. Heid "Walt" a mile for that smile. Jimmie's assistant. Right from Barlow. They certainly could use another pilot. WE PREDICTA Adams, Evelyn Althoff, Catherine Arendt, Francis Barr, Yvonne Beard, Anna Benner, Mary Berger, Mary Catherine Bicsecker, Mildred Bishop, Anna Bosak, Elizabeth Bower, Arvilla Bowling, Howard Boyd, Martha Boyd, Virginia Bream, Harry Brindle, jean Bucher, Evelyn Carbaugh, Robert Carter, Francis Chambers, Franklin Chapman, Helen Charles, Justine Clapsaddle, Janet Cluck, Kathryn Coffman, Charles Cole, Bernard Coleman, George Conti, Florence Currens, Jean Currens, lplia Deardorff, Dale Dickson, McCrea Doersom, Richard Eckert, Eugene Eckert, Rosa Belle Eiker, Carrie Epley, Robert Faber, Fred Fair, Anna Finkboner, Leone Finkboner, Richard Fissel, Maxwell Fleck, james Folkenroth, Rae Fry, Benton Geiselman, Esther Glenn, John Gotshall, Muriel Gulden, Frances Hanawalt, Barbara Hankey, Carl Harman, Bernard Harner, Betty Hamer, Glenn Hartman, Wanda Hemler, Amelia Hershey, Vivian Heyser, Stephen Hudson, Irene Johnson, Henry Keeney, Dorothy Kessel, Elaine Kinneman, John Kinsey, Harold Kitzmiller, George Klinefelter, Lois Knox, Robert Kuhn, John Kuhn, Mary Louise ii ll Maybe Beautician Stenographer Operate own business Nurse Business College Secretary Laboratory Technician Physical Education teacher Clerk Designer Bookkeeper Aviator Stenographer Secretary Secretary Stenographer Nurse Farmer Landscape artist Insurance Salesman Secretary College for Phys. Ed. Defense work Home Economics Machinist U. S. Army Air Corps Welding Secretary Secretary Secretary College, then a draftsman Lawyer Machinist Civil Service Housewife Secretary Penna. State College Navy Secretary Secretary Aviator College Aeromechanics Secretary Army Nurse Engineer Secretary Housewife College Mechanic Garage Mechanic Typist Defense worker Librarian Secretary Central Pa. Business College College Defense work Naval oflicer Librarian Stenographer College Engineer Accountant Secretary Accountant Coach Secretary '!Wait 'til the Sun Shines Nellie" A gift to the ladies. Take a letter! Good luck! An ambulance driver? Practice makes perfect. What's your speed? Find his blood count? Living true to the G.A.A. Have you been waited on? Of "cute" l?l hats? Keep those books straight. He flies through the air .... At the Peace Light Inn? V for victory and Virginia. He'll do it well. 1im's keeper. Watch those patients! Think it'll rain? An excellent coach. Insurance for what? Are you sure? She'll be Freddie's "Weddie." That's the girl! That sounds good! "Here's a bolt left over." He's a "daring young man. Here's our football man! Look at her go! "Jeanie with the light brown hair." "My dear Sir:" Did he say, "then drafted"? Next witness, please! n "Say, Charles, that bolt must be mineg A little man with a big heart. Can you cook? She's an efficient worker, too. Then he'll grow better crops. Aye, Aye, Sir! She will probably reach her goal. A beautiful spirit. A true American. Editor of ESQUIRE. That's a timely choice. She's done well in the office. K. P.'s, here I come! An "angel of mercy." Gettysburg's Einstein. I'm minus one!! With pencil and paper-she'll cut a cute caper. We can't argue with fate! California, here I come! Repairman "Reds" Always fixin' something. She has the "keys" to the future. Another Barlow prospect. But no book worm! She has a good start. Really means business. Scientific farmer. Keep 'em flying! That's the spirit. More books. Take notes on juke-box hits? Ah! A real football man! Editor of Lovelorn Column. Can keep you out of the red? Shooperior. We'll "figure" on that. The Cashtown Cassanova. Eiiiciency personified. - Miss Willard, ,, , EVER SINCE EVE No play could typify the class of 1942 better than could a comedy, so a comedy was chosen. "Ever Since Even by Florence Ryerson and Colin Clements, was presented in the high school auditorium on February 18 and 20, as the Senior Play. Susan Blake and Johnnie Clover prove just how much trouble high school youngsters are able to get into, innocently, of course. First, it's their teacher, then their principal and then their good friend Cappy, the policeman. Of course, all ends well, with quite a bit of aid coming from Mama and Papa Clover. CAST OF CHARACTERS Johnnie Clover Susan Blake Mrs. Clover Mr. Clover , "Spud" Erwin Betsy Erwin Lucybelle Lee ,Jack Glenn ,Kathryn Lingg Margaret Saby ,John Macphail Franklin Chambers ,, Lois Klinefelter Justine Charles Peggy Ramer Toddy Whitaker Henry Quinn l'CapPy", Varaaraarar a Preston Hughes , , Members of football Directed by Miss Ruth Mcllhenny and Miss Ruth Scott. squad ,,,, , , ,,,, Winifred Miller Ruth Stover Howard Rasmussen ,, , ,, ,, ,Willis Ross , ,,,,,,, Fred Faber John Kinneman Clayton Warman Howard Bowling Harry Troxell James Fleck YOUNG APRIL Presented as the junior play, April 25, 1941, "Young Aprilv, a sequel to "Growing Pains", by Aurania Rouveral and William Spence Rouveral, proved to be a delightful 3-act comedy, with a setting in a university town in California. Directed by Miss Ruth Mcllhenny and Miss Ruth Scott, the play was produced for the benefit of the "Maroon and White." Witli the action talcing place in the patio of the Mclntyre home, the story presents the experiences of the Mclntyres, especially Terry and George, in their late adolescence. Although Terry has considerable difficulty in choosing the "right man,', through the intervention of her mother and father, she finally succeeds in marrying the suitable one. George, also, in his affairs is completely disillusioned, when he discovers that his Nideall' is only human after all, but lie finds that he loves her anyhow-just as she is. CAST OF CHARACTERS Professor Mclntyre Joe Slonalcer Mildred Margaret Trew Mrs. McIntyre George Mclntyre Lula Vivian Elsie Brian Stanley Terry McIntyre Bert Parsons Dutch Pete Stuart Miller Mrs. Miller Margaret Saby john Glenn Mary Catherine Berger Margaret Whitaker Arvilla Bower Harry Bream Barbara Hanawalt Fred Faber Clayton Warman Max Fissel John Kinneman Margaret Ramer Jane Diane Gilmore Polly Extra Boys Ruth Stover Winifred Miller Kathryn Lingg Herbert Smith Harvey Smith Davy Plank Robert Shryock Harold Kinsey Bernard Harmon Mcffrea Dickson john MacPhaiI TOM SAWYER From the world famed and loved book "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer" comes the hrst dramatic presentation of the 1941-42 season sponsored by the Mask and Vfig dramatic society. This line play was directed by Miss Ruth Mcllhenny and Miss Ruth Scott for the benefit of the General School Fund on October 22 and 24. The entire action of the la takes lace in the "settin, " room of "once u on a time." . . . V 9 . . . . .P . Tom, a mischievous bo , furnishes entertainment with his bo ish ranks while Sidne who is U Y V P Y, always tattling on Tom, shares the honors. The plot centers around a murder, which Tom and Huck Finn witness. In the end Tom and Huck become the heroes of the town by bringing the murderer to justice. The best scene of the play occurs when Joe and Tom run away from home with Huck and return to witness their own funeral when they are believed to be dead. Aunt Polly welcomes Tom with open arms and Huck finds a home. Aunt Polly, Tom's aunt , Mary, Tom's cousinn , ,, Mrs, Sereny Harper, a neighbor Tom Sawyer, an all-American boy joe Harper, Tom's bosom pal Sidney, Tom's half-brother ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, CAST OF CHARACTERS Wanda Hartman Jim, a young negro boy , , Luther Smith , Margaret Bable Harold Worthington , Josephine Weikert Becky, Tom's "adored onen ,,,,, Rose Zita Gaines Joseph Hanawalt Huckleberry Finn, the vi'lage outcast , john Chamberlain ,Luther Gotwald Susy Harper, Maryis friend ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, , Betsy Buzby Harvey White Widow Douglas, who knows all the news ,, Lavora Gilbert Sheriff ,,,,,,, ,,,, ,,,, , , John Withcrow LITTLE WOMEN Louisa Mae Alcott's famous novel, "Little Womenv provided the story for the annual operetta. Music for the famous story was improvised by Geoffery O'Hara. An innovation this year was having this modern composer malce a personal appearance at rhe evening performance of the production. jo Amy Beth Meg Mr. March Mrs. March Aunt March Hamnah Theodore Lawrence john Brooke Choruf Betty Lou Sheads Elaine Kessel Jeanne Spangler Evelyn Bucher Barhara Hanawalt Margaret Sahy Lavora Gilhert Betty Starry Norman Myers Max Fissel Wfalter Spear Fred Faber The classic centers around the affairs of the March family which includes four daughters. Cast in the leading roles were: QLauriel Betsy Buzby Charlotte Winebrenner Betty Reber: Marian Menchey Howard Bowling Dorothy Keeney Cathelene Everley Ruth Nunemalcer jack Glenn , Ross Sachs Professor Bhaer Fred Vaughn David Ralston Tom Billings George Smith Sally Gardenier Irene Gardenier Mary Gardenier , julia Gardenier , Joan Gardenier Harold Kinsey George Raffensperger George Svarnas Bill Timmins Mary Catherine Berger Louise Moser Shirley Sherman Vivian Hershey Connie Heiges Patty Minter Madylin Null janet Sharrah Dorothy White Wanda Hartman Directed by Miss Dorothy Brindle and Miss Ruth Mcllhenny. john Macphail john Shoop Donald Wickerlmam Donald Oyler Clayton Warman Kathryn Lingg Irene Hudson Lois Klinefelter Peggy Ramer Phyllis McCleaf Margaret Wisler Alda King Doris Glenn Mary Martin Chester Mehring David Plank Clarence Mcffleaf Gaylard Fissel William Harness Paul Thomas Dale Deardorff Harry Troxell Harvey Smith Herbert Smith 4 F ff 2 , 5 ? ,J N 'H 20342 W ,I 5 D Q 'E W-nw T9 mv' ,f" P-J xxqrxj '11 as Q WAHM, 'H-sf' ,Q-g fm. wwf? . 4 KJ. ,N 'WK Q X xx is w x ? 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W., , ..,.Lr,f -. . 1, F . ,.,..-L, ...W':,. VY.,.3,. 1 ,. -...H ... D ,, :!"'J"i . . .s,-. M... .Ag-w., l, It , 4 .'.. 1, f --1 ,gi T197 Q .Mfr A 4 , 1 Asqhgw I. , 4.39, .w... ..-k iw-,L-IE 16,3 ,vi . iii:-hi" f,'75f:2Ss , Mi' A 'J 13' 'ff ' ' ' gg: . , My -rl l1,:'I:' ' .19 Hal: ' -,fa ' 1: 'K gy. MIME! , -, .rwm 5w.gffig?fx1 -rf-Qngj, ' .Z,r1'4f' -' nf' A L 1 ,ru ff' 1, qi fa 3' . i, K RQ: .Lk ui -r Va : u M CHEMISTRY CLUB First row-Mr. Haehnlen Iadviserj, D. Plank Isec.I, F. Faber Ipres.I, Kinneman Ivice pres.I, G. Fissel ftreas.I, C. Warman. Second row-A. Larson, G. Boehner, D. Oyler, Harvey Smith, H. Kinsey, Herbert Smith, C. Swinn, D. Drake. DRAMATIC WCDRKSI-ICDP First row-B. Sheads, C. Heiges, M. Biesecker Isec.I, B. Rosensteel Ivice pres.I, M. Whitaker 1pres,I, R. Millard ftreasj, B. Jacoby, E. Herr, Miss Mcllhenny Iaclviserj. Second row-H. Chapman, A. Bower, F. Conti, E. Bucher, K. Cluck, M. Cunningham, N. Curley, W. Hartman. Third rowfB. Wiser, R. Benner, S. Sherman, B. Weitzel, K. Musselman, V. Hershey, Y. Barr, J. Sharrah. Fourth rowfj. Stoner, P. Riclinger, Smith, C. McCleaf, W. Roth, C. Smith, C. Mehring. Not on picture'-C. Althoff. KNITTING CLUB First row-B. Biesecker, F. Shultz, D. Trostle, M. Kennell, T. Stock, B. Naugle. Second row-B. Little, I. Moore, Myers ftreas.I, S. Brown, E. Shriver, Kuhn. Third row-A. Herr Csec.I, M. Reaver Ipres.I, F. lnleller, S. Sanders, D. Smith Qvice pres.I, L. Fair, Evelyn Shriver. Adviser-Lenore Schwartz. AIRPLANE CLUB First rowfE. Carhaugh, L. Smith, W. Troxell Itreas.I, R. Sanders fvice pres.I, Berger Ipres.I, N. Fowler, E. Hartman. Second row--E. Fidler, B. Little, E. Utech, E, Walker, Stevenson, R. Schultz. Third row4W. Bancroft, W. McDonnell, A. Brown, R. Little, H, Smith, R. Shealer. Not on picturefj. Bosak, W. Heatwole, W. Horner, Howard, A. Mock, L. Rothhaupt, H. Sheffer, Mr. Kenton Meals Iadviserl. CHESS CLUB First row-L. Woodward, M. Miller, R. Miller B. Fry, E. Raver, H. Steiniger. Second r0w+G. Conover, R, Naugle, A. WCSIIXEI' R. Carbaugh, C. Cofiman, P. Thornas, F. Tinney J, Reed, Mr. Fidler fadviseri. Nor on pimiffq. Glenn, N. Myers. LIBRARY CLUB Front row-WA. Tressler, A. R0llI'L52lllgIl, I.. Wixy- bright, E. Coffelt, R, Soriie, Stitt, Harlmugli, H. Hankey. Second row--C. Knox, D. Hess, Srrickimuser, 1. Weigle, R, Wfarman, Mrs. Hull Qadvisvrb, E. Carbaugh, M. Pittenturf, A. Harlmugh. Not on picture---H. Sterncr. ETIQUETTE CLUB First row-M. Anzengrulwer, R. Rider. Nlrs, Heintzelman ladviseri, N, Slonaicer lTi'eas.h, Nl, Shields lVife pres.l, S. Nlickicy Qsenll, I.. Duncan, R. Bagor. Second roww--L. Rinehart, G. Smith, I.. Slluliey, T. Slonaker, H. Lock, T. Drake, C. Biorlxer, B. Bagot. Third row--H. Snyder, M. Jones, T. Wzilfgalxg, L. Ciuck, B. Nlilhimcs, Ii. Caslunan, C. Angelo, R. Sanders. Not on picture-Y--Pr. Dcatrick. DEBATING CLUB SPORTSMEN CLUB First row-Mr. Fidler fadviserj, L. Hanawalt, B. I-Ianawalt, G. Morgan, Macphail, R. Shryock, G. Raffensperger, D. Drake, Miss Waltemyer faclviserj . Second row-M. Gotwalcl, G. Ecker, N. Weaner, Buehler, N. Berkheimer, D. Giclin, T. Ulirich, T. Drake, L. Rinehart, Stoner. Third row-J. Hanawalt, D. Idle, Glenn, W. Ross, VV. Sperry, L. Gorwald. Not on picture--M. Cunningham, D. Glenn, E. Small. - W5 Q A l First row-J. Kuhn fvice pres.j, Fleck ftreasj, Mr. Forney faclviserl, M. Fissel fpresj, Holger Rasmussen fsecj. Second row-J. Weygandt, Howard Rasmussen, Slonaker, Spalir, Pitzer, F. Menchey. Third row-F. Plank, R. Spahr, W. Shryock, R. Finkboner, H. Bream, W. Smith. 41...- Fresh men Advisers Miss Alice Snyder Mrs. P. Rhoads Mrs. Raymond Sheely Baugliman, Betty Lou Berkheimer, Nancy fvi Blocher, Carolyn Bucher, Kathryn Coffman, Freda Drake, Thelma Eckert, Doris Eiker, Phyllis Gaines, Doris Ann Gitlin, Doris fpres.J Haner, Betty fsec.J Sentz, Treva ce pres.J Uhrich, Theresa ftreas.J Weaner, Norma Sopfmmores Adviser Mrs. Philip Jones Bable, Margaret fpres.J GIRL RESERVES Berkheimer, Doris Bollinger, Anna Corbett, Mary Jane Cline, Barbara fvice pres Dillman, Eloise Kendlehart, Virginia Larkin, Shirley McCleaf, Eloise fsec.J McCleaf, Elyse Ramer, Doris Sherman, Delores ftreas.J Utz, Ann Weikert, Lois Winebrenner, Charlotte funiors Adviser Mrs. Granville Shultz Glenn, Doris Hanawalt, Lois Herr, Erma I-Ieyser, Margaret Hossler, Marian Martin, Mary Lou fvice pres Musselman, Kathryn ftreas.J Null, Madylin Schwartz, Phyllis fpres.J Sharrah, Janet Shields, Helen fsec.J Seniors Advisers Mrs. Sumner Brossler Miss Marian Sheely Barr, Yvonne Berger, Mary Catherine Charles, Justine Eiker, Carrie Hanawalt, Barbara Hershey, Vivian Lingg, Kathryn ftreas.J Miller, Winifred Moser, Louise Ramer, Nlargaret fvice pres.J Saby, Margaret fsec.J Spangler, Jeanne Weikert, Josephine fpres.J BAND ORCHESTRA H First row---B. Starry, P. Minter, M. Menchey, C. Rogers, l.. Gotwald, H. Spangler, Schwartz, R. Shryock, C. Smith, N. Myers, W. Keeney, C. Rohrbaugh, L. Smith, Mr. Longanecker Qdirectorl. Second row-H. Fox, M. Benner, M. Myers, K. Mitchell, Glenn, H. Troxell, H. Steiniger, sl. Shelfer, H. Shettle, A. Rohrbaugh, V. Boyd, P. Pollock, F. Rogers. Back row-D. Staub, M. Smith, E. Eckert, D. Idle, W. Harness, R. Miller, W. Ogden, C. Fridinger, F. Tinney, A. Mock, W. Spear, R. Saylor, G. Ecker, M. Gotwald. Not on picture+D. Plank, F. Wentz, G. Boehner, G. Miller, M. Null, Hanawalt. F Q ,. Seated-J. Schwartz, Spangler, Hanawalt, B. Cline, B. Wolf, R. Shryock, P. Schwartz A. Scott, M. Gotwald, G. Ecker, H. Steiniger, K. Mitchell, L, Gotwald, C. Fridinger, D. Staub, W Spear, R. Miller, V. Boyd, M. Smith, H. Troxell, E. Eckert, M. Benner. Standing-Mr. Longanecker fdircctorj. Not on picture-J. Glenn. liirst rnw C. Shriver, Witl1crow, R. Epley, A. Rudisill, A. Rohrlnaugh lvice pi'es.l, P. Reziver lpn-s.I, lit-clot. C. Miller ltrcasj, G. Coleman, W. Long, K. Dayhoff, Mr. Shriver ladviserl. St-cond row I.. I4-Gore, G. Harner, W. Waybright, C, Klinefelter, H. Wayhright, H. Spangler, C, Wimlf, S. Hcyscr, Galbraith, Hanlcey, Smith, D. Eckert. Third row-- Hogue, F. Hull, Horner, McKenrick, C. Smith, D. Adams, A. Braine D, lfollccnroth, M, Hoffman fsecj, R. Dayhoff, F. Brennan, R. Weaner. Fourth row- -F. Starner, L. Ruclisill, Swisher, R. Doersom, E. Todcles, R. Martin, L. Htilf. Not on picture-A. Odbert, H. Keclcler, E. Sponseller, L. Hess, McPherson. -Q 4.3-1 liirst row M, Hcyscr, Y. Barr, P. Schwartz lsccl, P. Geisey lpresj, F. Stock ftreasj, J. Wfinchrcniit-in Second row -- A. Herr, Miss Scott fadviserl, L. Mcffulaughlin, B. Rebert, M. Myers, H. Hanlcey. Third row- -R, Sites, R. Jacobs, N. Rasmussen, C. Shriver, Smith, Chaml:-erlain. Not on picture--I. Kuhn lvice pres.l, M. Wisler. FUTURE FARMERS OE AMERICA RED CROSS CCDUNCIL CANNON-AID STAFF Editor-in-Chief ,A.,,7, Assistant Editor ,,,,,,, Business Manager Advertising Managers ,,,, , JEANNE SPANGLER Louisa Moser: ,, ,ee,eee MAC DicKsoN .,,,,,,t,jUsr1NE CHARLES Subscription Manager .....,. ,,,,,,,,,s,,,,,,,,s R OBERT KNOX Adviser ,.,................,..,....,. ...,,, Senior Personnel Barbara Hanawalt Dorothy Keeney Mary Catherine Berger Margaret Mickley Margaret Saby Clayton Warman Snapshots Harry Troxell Harold Kinsey John Macphail EDITORIAL Senior Features Winifred Miller Kathryn Lingg Kathleen MCC-ilaughlin Margaret Ramer john MacPhail Sports Robert Shryock john Kinnernan Irene Hudson BUSINESS Advertisement Justine Charles Mary Laughlin Frecl Faber Mildred Linn Dale Deardorff Harvey Smith Josephine Weikert Miss RUTH SPANGLER Typists Wanda Hartman Amelia Hemler Phyllis McCleaf Leone Finlcboner Art Evelyn Bucher Betty McPherson Mary Myers Donald McPherson Subscription Robert Knox Yvonne Barr Herbert Smith Mary Benner B. F. E. First row-F. Chambers, D. Deardorff, F. Faber, C. Mehring, H. Worthington, Glenn, R Shryoclc, M. C. Berger, M. Ramer, D. Keeney, W. Miller, MacPhail, K. Lingg, Weikert, B. Hanawalt, W. Hartman, M. Linn, M. L. Kuhn, C. Eiker, D. Rosensteel, C. McCleaf. Second row--M. Benner, R. Sanders, Herbert Smith, Charles, A. Fair, L. Finkboner, E. Bucher J. Brindle, M. Beisecker, Y. Barr, L. Klinefelter, R. Nunemalcer, P. McCleaf, M. Myers, M. Saby, j. Spangler, I. Hudson, L. Moser, H. Troxell, Harvey Smith, Kinneman. Third row-Miss Ramer fadviserj, S. Cole, D. Oyler, H, Zinn, Codori, S. Hafer, M. Bable V. Kencllehart, B. Bumbaugh, P. Minter, D. Glenn, L. Hanawalt, M. McMillion, C. Everly, Mr Black fadviserj. Third row-E. Raffensperger, J. Hanawalt, M. C. Myers, B. Cline, NI. Corbett, Eloise McCleaf, C. Winebrenner, Elyse McCleaf, D. Finlcboner, N. Redding, E. Small, A. Smith, M. R. Rice, H . Zinn, R. Culp, C. Kranias. Fourth row-H. Small, H. Settle, Beuhler, N. Berkheimer, Spahr, B. Wildasin, B. Wolf, D. Gaines, Winebrenner, Sachs, D. Gitlin, K. jones, M. Walters, G. Ecker, Smith. l , X f First rowfj. Shoop, G. Svarnas, Redding, M. Stitt, A. Faber, M. Heyser, P. Schwartz, Rosensteel, M. Benner, L. Hanawalt, M. Gotwald, S. Cole, M. McMillion, G. Morgan, C. Everly, 1. Hemler, L. VanDylce, M. Gress, E. Shultz, Stoner. Second row-Miss Ramer fadviserl, G. Rafifensperger, D. Berkheimer, S, Larlcin, G. Smith, C. Lewis, Stock, V. Rosensteel, G. Wetzel, A. Utz, V. Kendlehart, M. Bable, D. Ramer, C. Bream, R. Gaines, Geyer, Bucher, B. Britcher, B. Bumbaugh, E. Dillman, P. Power, A. Bollinger, Codori, Mr. Black ladviserj. MAROQN AND WHITE STAFF JOURNALISM CLUB Seniors Beard, Anna Benner, Mary Berger, Mary Biesecker, Mildred Bowling, Howard Brindle, Jean Bucher, Evelyn Carter, Francis Chapman, Helen Charles, Justine Clapsaddle, Janet Conti, Florence Deardorff, Dale Eilcer, Carrie Faber, Fred Fair, Anna Finkboner, Leone Fissel, Max Glenn, John Hanawalt, Barbara Hartman, Wanda Hemler, Amelia Hershey, Vivian Keeney, Dorothy Kessel, Elaine Kinsey, Harold Klinefelter, Lois Laughlin, Mary Lingg, Kathryn Linn, Mildred MacPhail, John McCleaf, Clarence McCleaf, Phyllis Mehring, Chester Miclcley, Margaret Mitchell, Kathleen Moser, Louise Myers, Mary Nunemaker, Ruth Plank, David Ramer, Margaret Saby, Margaret Sherman, Shirley Shryock, Robert Spangler, Jeanne Starry, Betty Staub, Dorothy Warman, Clayton Weilcert, Josephine Whitaker, Margaret Steiniger, Henry CQMBINED CI-ICDRUSES Juniors Beard, Mary Benner, Mabert Benner, Ruth Bieseclcer, Mildred Bowling, Ruth Buzby, Betsy Carter, Janet Curley, Norma Everly, Cathelene Fissel, Gaylard Gilbert, Lavora Glenn, Doris Gotwald, Mary I-Iafer, Sebastian Harness, William Heighes, Connie Hemler, June Herr, Erma Hossler, Marian King, Alda Martin, Mary Menchey, Marian Minter, Patricia Morgan, Gloria Musselman, Kathryn Myers, Norman Null, Madylin Oyler, Donald Raffensperger, George Rebert, Betty Redding, Jeanette Rosensteel, Betty Ruclisill, Ruth Sachs, Ross Sharrah, Janet Sheads, Betty Sherman, Max Shields, Helen Shields, Leoda Shoop, John Spear, Walter Starry, Dorothy Stevens, Betty Svarnas, George Thomas, Paul Timmins, William Tipton, Betty Wfhite, Dorothy Wfickerham, Donald Wisler, Margaret Woodward, Wynona Miss Dorothy Brindle-Instructress Sophomore: Bollinger, Anna Britcher, Betty Bucher, Jeanne Bumbaugh, Bernice Cashman, Evelyn Culp, Richard Dillman, Eloise Duncan, Louise Epley, Arlene Faber, Anne Finkboner, Doris Fowler, Holme Gaines, Rose Zita Geyer, Elinor Hanlcey, Helen Harbaugh, Joan Heagy, Agnes Henderson, Barbara Keefer, Phyllis Kendlehart, Virginia Kessel, Mary Knox, Catherine Kuhn, Dorothy Landis, Phyllis Lewis, Catherine Lock, Helen McCleaf, Eloise McCleaf, Elyse March, Robert Miller, Robert Munshour, Treva Myers, Mary Clare Myers, Merle Naugle, Betty Ralfensperger, Connie Raffensperger, Edgar Ramer, Doris Rebert, Catherine Redding, Nancy Richardson, Mazie Rudisill, Albert Sanders, Dorothy Sherman, Delores Small, Elizabeth Small, Marian Smith, Gladys Spence, Dorothea Strickhouser, Jane Trostle, Darlene Warman, Ruth Wetzel, Gladys Winebrenner, Charlotte Wisler, Gladys Zerfmg, Janet 4 E 1 r r 1 F 5 C 1? s C C G G Q 1 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY OUILL AND SCROLL First row-M. Ramer, Spangler ftreasj , D. Keeney fvice presj , Macpllail fpresj , B. Hanawalt Qsec.l, W. Miller, M. Salay. Second row--C. Warman, K. Lingg, D. Plank, F. Faber, L. Moser, R. Sllryock. First row-M. Ramer, K. Lingg, D. Keeney fvice pres.j, Macphail fpresj, M. C Berger fsecj, R, Shryock ftreasj. Second row-Miss Ramer faclviserl, Charles, Glenn, Spangler, W. Miller. First row-Miss Mcllhenny fadviserl, D. Deardorlf, W. Miller, C. Warman ftreasj, M. Benner Qvice pres.l, B. Hanawalt fpresj, M. Sahy fsec.l, S. Sherman, Nlacphail, Mr. Troxell lAdviserl. Second row--XX7. Timmins, Buehler, P. Ridinger, B. Buzby, B. Rosensteel, Spahr, -I. Stoner, M. Gotwald, M. lVIclVlillion, A. Utz. Third row-T. Munshour, D. Felix, S. Weaver, G. Eclcer, F. Wagiier, B. Cline, B. Henderson, P. Power, S. Mickley, L. Smith. Not on picture-G. Nlorgan. Seated-Luther Gotwalcl, P. Geisey, P. Thomas, W. Hartman fcorres. seal, M. Wliitaker frec. seal. S. Cole lv. pres.j, R. Stover fpresj, C. 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Q' ' crr nz A 13,4 , , 5' fr ff 4 1 ,,4.,iX",, J , - -V- 1, friswfwfwf Soccer Basketball Volleyball Baseball ,,,,,,, Hockey GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATICDINI CABINET OFFICERS President ,, ,, Vice President , Secretary A.,,.c,,,, Treasurer ,,,,, Adviser SPORTS , , Rae Follcenroth Louise Moser Marian Menchey Ruth Rudisill Ruth Nunemalcer Ruth Stover , Mary Lou Martin Anna Bearcl Marian Hossler Phyllis McCleaf Betty Rehert Kathleen McGlaughIin Dorothy Staub Lois Klinefelter ,, Eva Rothhaupt Madylin Null MILDRED BIESECKER , , , ,,,,,,,,,FRANCEs GULDEN Y ,t,, MARY LOUISE MARUN ,, AMELIA HEMLER 7 MRS. RELDA TILBERG LEADERS Dancing ,,,,,,,, ,, Tennis ,,,, Skating ,, t,tt, ,, Hiking 7 7 ,,t,t H Bicycling ,,,,,,,, , ,, Badminton ,,,,,,,,, ,,..t,,, Table Tennis Archery ,,,,,..,,,.,,,,. W Maroon and White reporters- Betty Starry Elaine Kessel Patty Minter Patty Mintcr Dorothy Stauh Betty Rehert Marian Menchey ,Ruth Ruclisill Louise Moser Ruth Stover Irene Pluclson Doris Glenn c -1 Q y' 0 I U 1 1139, ,, , -fig -n.- GIRLS' ATHLETIC AS SGCIATIGN Seniors Barr, Yvonne Beard, Anna Berger, Nlary Catherine Bieseclcer, Mildred Charles, Justine Eilcer, Carrie Folltenroth, Rae Geiselman, Esther Golden, Frances Hemler, Amelia Hershey, Vivian Hudson, Irene Kessel, Elaine Klinefelter, Lois Laughlin, Mary Lingg, Kathryn Martin, Mary McCleaf, Phyllis McGlaughlin, Kathleen Mitchell, Kathleen Moser, Louise Myers, Mary Nunemalcer, Ruth Ramer, Margaret Rothhaupt, Eva Sherman, Shirley Starry, Betty Staub, Dorothy Stover, Ruth Weikert, Josephine Wiser, Betty juniors Beard, Mary Bieseclter, Betty Curley, Norma Geisey, Patty Glenn, Doris Harner, Louella Heagy, Agnes Heiges, Connie Hossler, Marian Jacoby, Betty Martin, Mary Menchey, Marian Minter, Patty Musselman, Kathryn Null, Madylin Rebert, Betty Rider, Lorraine Rosenstecl, Betty Rudisill, Ruth Sharrah, Betty Sharrah, Janet Shields, Helen Stirt, Mary SOPIYONIOYEX Anzengruber, Marie liable, Margaret Bagot, Beatrice Bagot, Rosalee Berkheimer, Doris Bollinger, Anna Bream, Coetta liumbaugh, Bernice Cline, Barbara Cluclc, Lois Corbett, Mary Jane Dillman, Eloise Epley, Arlene Gaines, Rose Zita Geyer, Elinor Hrnderson, Barbara Keefer, Phyllis Kencllehart, Virginia Koontz, Pauline Kuhn, Dorothy Larkin, Shirley Lewis, Catherine Lock, Helen McCleaf, Eloise McCleaf, Elyse Munshour, Treva Myers, June Powers, Pat Ramer, Doris Rebert, Kathryn . Redding, Nancy Riclcrode, Esther Rider, Rita Rosensteel, Violet Sanders, Dorothy Sherman, Delores Small, Elizabeth Smith, Jo Ann Stoclc, Frances Trestle, Darlene Utz, Ann Warnian, Ruth Weikert, Edith Weikert, Lois Winebreziiier, Charlotte Ifrcifmiciz Baughman, Betty Lou Berlcheimer, Nancy Blocher, Carolyn Buehler, Jane Coffman, Freda Deatriclc, Bernice Drake, Thelma Eckert, Doris Eclcer, Gloria Fliclcinger, Carolyn Gaines, Doris Ann Haner, Betty Harbaugh, Jean Herr, Ardella Johnson, Barbara Jones, Kathleen Moore, Ida Mae Mortensen, Camilla Myers, Rachel Pittenturf, Marian Plattenburg, Doris Rohrbaugh, Arlene Sachs, Janice Scott, Patty Spahr, Jeanne Sterner, Helen Wfalters, Mildred Weaner, Norma Wenschoff, Rebecca Wildasin, Betty Williams, Gertrude Wfinebrenner, Jane Wolff, Barbara Yingling, Mary Holcl that line 3 balls-2 strikes Going upl 9-16-24-llikel Out of our way! Cupicl's helpers In the groove! Hitting Elmer Tarzan Tip-oil On your mark, get set- "Lefty', at bat Did lie make it? Speaking of facial expressions QLQlQ.QQ QQQA Q1 ea we TRACK TEAM CDF T942 First row-C. Warman fmgnj, R. Epley, S. Stanton, D. Gorman, S. Heyser, H Bowling, S. Hafer, F. Faber, G. Fissel, D. Wiclcerham, Fleck, A. Stanton, Kinneman Second row-H. Spangler, Knorr, R. Alcemose, A. Rudisill, K. Dayhoff, H. johnson D. Plank, H. Kinsey, P. Carter, M. Steinour, R. Sachs, E. Ralfensperger, C. Swinn, B Frazer, Shoop Qmgrj. Third row-E. Hartman fmgrj, R. Thompson, F. Haehnlen, W. Keeney, W. Sperry D. Idle, R. Culp, W. Price, P. McGlaughlin, Spahr, G. Raffensperger, S. Weaver, R March, Sheffer, H. Worthington, R. Shealer, R. Fidler fmgnj. VARSITY TRACK SCHEDULE April 18 Shippenshurg Away 25 Mercersburg Away May 9 Conference Away 14 Harrisburg Catholic Home Home Dec. Jan. Feb. Mar. 12 VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM Front row-Sherman, Bream, Plank fcaptainj, Kinsey, Carter, Fair, Sachs. Back row-Raflensperger fmanagerj, Frazer, Steinour, Boehner, Wickerham, Spahr, Fissel fmanagerj . RECORD OF DISTRICT 3 CHAMPS OF 1941-1942 Md. School for Deaf Delone Catholic Frederick Lititz Columbia Chambersburg Shippensburg Hanover Carlisle Hershey Delone Catholic Waynesboro Mechanicsburg Frederick Chambersburg Shippensburg Hanover Carlisle Hershey Waynesboro Mechanicsburg 'I5Chambersburg 4"kWm. Penn M1 96lVIt. Penn "PW 9fLower Merion 3"Playoff for conference championship ""'5Semi-Final district playoff """"'District 3 championship playoff "5"5"""Inter-district playoff Away Home Away Home Home Away Home Away Home Home Home Away Away Away Home Away Home Away Away Home Carlisle Carlisle Harrisburg Lebanon G. H. S. Opp 36 8 45 13 61 12 37 25 32 22 49 33 34 23 43 24 38 16 30 23 44 13 54 25 37 19 46 8 35 42 56 16 37 23 42 17 38 24 50 21 34 22 53 27 55 42 37 17 13 21 1,036 536 JUN ICR VARSITY TEAM Front row-Ficller, Kitzmiller, Culp, Lingg, Ogden, Eisenhart, Mauser, Nlarch. Back row-Thompson, Haehnlen, Howard, Thrush, IVIcGlaughlin, Marsden, Fream Epley, Dunkinson. JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL RECORD FOR 1941-1942 Dec. Jan. Feb. Fairfield Delone Catholic East Berlin Lititz Columbia Chambersburg Shippensburg Hanover Carlisle Hershey Delone Catholic Waynesboro Mechanicsburg Chambersburg Shippensburg Hanover Carlisle Hershey Waynesboro Meclmanicsburg Honxc Away Home Away Home Home Away Home Away Home Home Home Away Away HOIIIC Away Home Away Away I-Iome GH.S 12 14 24 13 26 24 29 10 Z5 10 20 18 Z8 Z0 25 I5 19 17 35 37 419 OPP 32 I8 I0 17 23 22 15 14 9 24 15 17 11 21 24 24 27 19 20 27 389 First row-Faber, Kinsey, Carter, Bowling, Fleck. Second row-Coleman, Knox, Kuhn, Kinneman. THE SEASCDN IN REVIEW The first major sport of the year at G-Burg High finished with a commendable record of 3 wins, 2 losses and a 7-7 tie to a newcomer on her schedule, Hershey Industrial. A last second touchdown saved the day for Carlisle 19-18. A dusty time was had by all when Chambersburg was taken on their own Held 20-13. Gettysburg High received their first defeat at the hands of the eventful co-holders of the conference trophy, Mechanicsburg, 20-0. Waynesboro held the wrong end of the decision that night 20-3. Hershey High visited the Little Bullets to come out on the short side of an 18 to 0 score. The team ended the season in fourth place in the conference. Nine men will be lost to the squad this year. Carter and Bowling, ends, Faber and Fleck, tackles, Kinneman and Coleman, guards, Kuhn and Knox, backs, and a reserve tackle, Kinsey. Though playing a curtailed season, due to an epidemic of polio, the boys showed that they had acquired the benefits that are gained from co-operation, teamwork and fair play. 4 P li gl.. VARSITY FCDGTBALL First row-Coleman, Kinneman, Faher, Bowling, Carter fhonorary captainl, Knox Kuhn, Fleck, Sachs, Sherman. Second row-Swinn, Spahr, Oyler, Steinour, Hafer, Odhert, Rasmus en, XViclcerham A. Stanton, Lingg. 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"Seam " VSV-3 " dk 176 Adams, Donald Altemose, Richard Anzengruber, Virginia Bancroft, William Barb, Violet Baughman, Bette Lou Beard, Warren Benson, Ernest fvice p Berger, Jesse Berkheimer, Nancy Bishop, Ruth Blocher, Carolyn Bosak, Joseph Bowers, Winifred Bowling, Anna Brame, Arthur Brown, Arthur Bucher, Helen Bucher, Kathryn Buehler, Jane Carbaugh, Edward Carbaugh, Shirley Chronister, Leroy Coifelt, Eloise ftreas.J Coffman, Freda Conti, Vincent Cromer, William Davis, Lois Deatrick, Bernice Drake, Thelma Duncan, George Dunkinson, Robert Ecker, Gloria Eckert, Dale Eckert, Doris Edmondson, Walker Eiker, Phyllis Eisenhart, Sefton Enoch, Janet Epley, Richard Evans, Betty Fair, Lucille Feeser, Edward Felix, Dale Fidler, Richard fpres.J Fiscel, Viola Fissel, Mary Ellen Folkenroth, Donald Forty, Louise J Fream, Francis Gaines, Doris Galbraith, Jay Gallagher, John Geiselman, Janice Gitlin, Doris Haehnlen, Frederick Haner, Betty Hankey, John Harbaugh, Jean Harbaugh, Myrna Hardman, Rita res.J FRESHMEN Hardman, Theresa Heller, Fay Herr, Ardella Hilty, Thomas Hogue, James Horner, William Howard, Joseph Hubbard, Donald Huff, Floyd Hulf, Lawrence Idle, Dunning Jacobs, Richard Jeffcoat, Grace Johnson, Barbara Jones, Kathleen Jones, Margaret Keeney, Walter Kennell, Arthur Kennell, Marcette Kepner, Anna Kerrigan, Josephine King, Janet Klinefelter, Clyde Koontz, Alice Knorr, Cornelius Kuhn, Jean Lazos, Helen Leedy, John LeGore, La Verne Little, Bernard Little, Betty Little, Robert McDonnell, Richard McDonnell, William McGlaughlin, Patrick McKenrick, John McPherson, John Marsden, Joseph Mickley, Sara Milhimes, Betty Mock, Albert Moore, Ida Mae Mortensen, Camilla Myers, Rachel Myers, Ross Ogden, William Pepple, Doris Pittenturf, Marion Plattenburg, Doris Rasmussen, Norman ' Reaver, Mildred Reaver, Phyllis Rhea, John Rinehart, Lydia Rohrbaugh, Arlene Rohrbaugh, Clyde Advisers: Miss Scott Mr. Wolff Rothhaupt, Lloyd Rudisill, Leroy Sachs, Janice Sager, Loretta Sanders, Robert Sanders, Sara Schultz, Richard Schwartz, John Scott, Patricia Sentz, Adelene Sentz, Treva Settle, Harold Shealer, Alice Shealer, Richard Sheffer John Shirley: Eleanor Shriver, Evelyn Shulley, Larita Small, Harold Smith, Doris Smith, Ellis Smith, Harold Smith, James Smith, Luther Snyder, Hilda Sorlie, Ruth Spahr, Jeanne Spangler, Harry Spence, Dorothea Sperry, William Sponseller, Anna Sponseller, Earl Stansbury, Gloria Stanton, Arthur Starner, Floyd Sterner, Helen Stevenson, Joseph Srirt, Jean Swisher, Jay Thompson, Richard Thrush, George Tressler, Alice Uhrich, Theresa Wagner, Nancy Walker, Gene Walter, Mildred Waybright, Lois Weaner, Norma Weaner, Richard Wenschhof, Rebecca fsec Wentz, Mildred Wildasin, Betty Williams, Donald Williams, Gertrude Winebrenner, Jane Wolff, Barbara Wolfgang, Treva Woodward, Francis Yingling, Mary Beattie, Walter Taute, Naomi Angelo, Christina Anzengruber, Marie Bable, Margaret Bagot, Beatrice Bagot, Rosalie Berkheimer, Doris Bieseclcer, Betty Bollinger, Anna Bream, Coetta Britcher, Betty Brown, Sara Bucher, Jeanne Bumbaugh, Bernice Carbaugh, Edith Cashman, Evelyn Chamberlain, John Clapsaddle, Anna Cline, Barbara Cluck, Lois Codori, Joseph Corbett, Mary Jane Culp, Richard Dayhoff, Kenneth Dayhoif, Robert Dillman, Eloise Dubbs, Jack Duncan, Louise Epley, Arlene Faber, Anne Fair, George Fidler, Eugene Finkboner, Doris Fleming, Margaret Fowler, Norman. Fream, Maurice Fry, Phyllis Gaines, Rose Zita Geyer, Elinor Gorman, Donald Gorman, John Koontz, Pauline Gotwald, Luther Green, William Gulden, Jean Hanawalr, Joseph Hanlcey, Helen Harbaugh, Anna I-Iarbaugh, Joan Hartlaub, Richard Hartman, Edward Heatwole, William fpres.J Helwig, Charles Henderson, Barbara Hess, Geraldine Hoffman, Milton Horner, John Hubbard, Clyde Keclcler, Hugh SOP!-IOMORES Keefer, Phyllis Kendlehart, Virginia Kessel, Mary Kitzmiller, Robert Knorr, John Knox, Catherine Kranias, Charles Kuhn, Dorothy Kuhn, Mary Kuhn, Sarah Landis, Phyllis Larlcin, Shirley Lee, Robert Lewis, Catherine Lingg, Paul Little, Gerald Lock, Helen McCleaf, Eloise McCleaf, Elyse McLaughlin, Lois McLaughlin, Ray March, Robert Martin, Robert Miller, Charles Miller, Doris Miller, Floyd Miller, Robert Moreloclc, Helen Mortensen, John Moser, Harry Moser, John Munshour, Treva Myers, June Myers, Mary Clare ltreas.J Myers, Merle l Naugle, Betty-Jo Naugle, Keith Power, Patricia Price, William Raffensperger, Constance Raifensperger, Edgar fvice pres.J Rager, Ardella Ramer, Doris Reaver, Virginia Rebert, Katharine Redding, Nancy Rice, Mollie Richardson, Mazie Rider, Geneva Rider, Rita Rohrbaugh, Aaron Rosensteel, Violet Advisers: Mrs. Heintzelman Mr. Fidler Rudisill, Albert Sanders, Charles Sanders, Dorothy Sanders, Joseph Sanders, Regina Schroyer, Robert Scott, Martha Sheffer, Howard Sherman, Delores Shields, Margaret Shriver, Erma Shultz, Frances Sites, La Wanda Sites, Richard Slonaker, Nancy Slonaker, Teresa Small, Elizabeth Small, Marian Smith, Charles Smith, Dale Smith, Earl Smith, Gladys Smith, Goldie Smith, Jo Ann Sponseller, Esther Steinour, Eugene Stock, Frances Stock, Teresa Stoner, Fred Strickhouser, Mary Topper, Janet Trostle, Darlene Troxell, William Utech, Eugene Utz, Anne ' Wagner, Evelyn Wagner, Fred Walkling, Leroy Wfarman, Ruth Waybright, Horace Weaver, Charles Weaver, Samuel Weigle, Betty Weigle, Emily Weikert, Andrew Weilcert, Edith Weilcert, Lois Wetzel, Gladys White, Harvey Winebrenner, Charl Wisler, Gladys Wolf, Claire Woodward, Ralph Yingling, Lillian Zerfmg, Janet Zinn, Harold V Gormley, John Slifer, Luther J. otre Y r r Altland, Comer Arendt, Charles Arentz, Wayne Beard, Mary Benner, Mabert Benner, Ruth Biesecker, Mildred Boehner, George Bowling, Ruth Brown, Violette Buzby, Betsy Carter, Janet Cole, Donald Cole, Sterling Conover, Guy Cook, Mary Coston, William Crabill, Pauline Cunningham, Marjorie Curley, Norma Drake, Donald Enoch, Ronald Everly, Cathelene Fedor, Joseph Feeser, Catherine Felix, Ida Mae Fiscel, Nina Fissel, Gaylard Frazer, Bernard Fridinger, Charles Fulton, Harold Geisey, Ethel Gilbert, Lavora Glenn, Doris Golden, Nadine Gotwald, Mary Gress, Mildred Hafer, Sebastian fpres.J Hanawalt, Lois I-lanlcey, Ralph I-larner, Luella Harness, William Hartman, George Heagy, Agnesi Heiges, Corrinne Hemler, June I-Iemler, Victor Herr, Erma l'less, Laberne Heyser, Margaret JUNIORS Hossler, Marian Huff, Dorothy Jacoby, Betty Keefer, Clyde Kepner, Charlotte King, Alda Knepper, Jeanne Knouse, Hazel Landis, Alverta Larson, Andrew Long, William McMillion, Mary Martin, Mary Menche Francis Ya Menchey, Marian fsec.J Millard, Richard Minter, Patricia Mitchell, John Morgan, Gloria Musselman, Kathryn Myers, Norman Null, Madylin Nye, Melvin Odbert, Arthur Oyler, Donald Plank, Fred Ralfensperger, George fvice-pres.J Reaver, Paul Rebert, Betty Redding, Edward Redding, Jeanette Redding, Jeanne Redding, Vera Redding, William Reed, Joseph Rider, Vera Ridinger, Philip Riflle, Maybelle Riley, Arlene Riley, Betty Rohrbaugh, Dora Rosensteel, Mary Rosensteel, Ruth Roth, William Rudisill, Ruth Sachs, Ross Sager, Frances Advisers: Mrs. Ridinger Mr. Troxell Schell, Wanita Schwartz, Phyllis Scott, Sara Sharrah, Betty Sharrah, Janet Sheads, Betty Shealer, Evelyn Sherman, Max Shields, Helen Shields, Leoda Shoop, John Shryock, William Shull, Annetta Shultz, Evelyn Small, Nadine Smith, Caroline Smith, Joseph Sollenberger, Grace Sollenberger, Herbert Spahr, James Spangler, David Spear, Walter Stanton, Samuel Starry, Dorothy Steinour, Morris Stevens, Betty Stitt, Mary Stoner, James Svarnas, Georgef trea Swinn, Clarence Thomas, Paul Thompson, Mac Timmins, William Tipton, Betty Toddes, Eddie Trimmer, Ralph Trostle, Jeanette Van Dyke, Lena Weaner, Arthur White, Dorothy Whittinghill, Thomas Wickerham, Donald Wisler, Margaret Woodward, Robert Woodward, Wynona Slifer, Paul Slifer, Ruth Taute, Carl Willet, Raymond S V , 'vw' at , . lx'-. 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W 113. , , Q, . 4 , , . .mt-egg' I , A ,V - .. gf, Dr, ' 1 If Hi-f, f rv ', ' I ' 1 '3' ' ' E rw- 3.41 " Y - Y x 4 .nfdzie H .- 'Tivo ' 1 e": +ve.. ii'ff",'1 I -' . , W' .fig-L'Y ,?,..,i,:, I f . 4. ,N ' Q 1 1.3 ,W -Q r. 1 -N" . , H V M , ' . -2- 'dr ' 1- ' - ,, 1, iff I l 5 A is., L. fr. ' ' --f V lk -I 1. ' - ,, ww Q i -c z N X, ' - 1- ff' - UL l I ffl" ' . .7135 1 4 ' . . 1 "5 L! 'f""l ' 'g f' 1" 43' " '- 1 .. X. ,gn ii, I i ., Q xm lgvqtg. " ' K Air ' gdb n N4 7 w 1 ff 1.- 4 ' . ::, Q, - A 'A' x 5 - . .mari . . - "hge, --1. ' 9 . Mk - a ' 1 "Em Avg.. . - i ,A . if-5' 'f'1"Y .A L.. ' gg 'Ml' - .-WL-.. VL! 43 MR. ELMER SHRIVER 1942 Class Adviser Since our ideas were not always sound and our plans did not always work, we were gratified to know that we did not need to realize our shortcomings too late. Mr. Shriver, through his wisdom, has made it possible that our efforts should be successful. Q. ,W f 1 . DAYS April 1 April 15 April Z5 May 13 May 16 May 17 May 21 May 29 SENIOR Sept. Oct. 7 Oct. 8 Oct. Z2 61 24 Nov. 5 Nov. 8 Dec. 1 Jan. 5 Feb. Z Feb. 18 BL 20 Mar. 5 Mar. 25 March 30 May Z June 2 All Fools' Day, but we won't talk about that! Dorothy Keeney appointed editor of the 1941-1942 Handbook. Barbara Hanawalt and Jack Glenn star in "Young April," our own Junior Play. American History Prizes are awarded to John MacPhail and Dorothy Keeney. Hear ye! Hear ye! There is royalty in the crowd! Irene Hudson and Kathryn Lingg assist in ruling over the students at the Leap Dance. Fissel, Kinneman and Carter set records in track. Jeanne Spangler and Mac Dickson head Cannon-Aid staff, with Louise Moser, Justine Charles and Robert Knox as able assistants. Ruth Stover, Toddy Whitaker, John MacPhail and Chester Mehring are inducted into the "Mask and Wig.', 1941'l942 Well, here we are again for our last year in high school, but this time we're the "Sophisticated Seniors." Our own Barbara Hanawalt is elected President of the Student Body. For our class officers we elect the following: President, Clayton Warman, Vice President, Herbert Smith, Recording Secretary, Kathryn Linggg Corresponding Secretary, Amelia Hemlerg Treasurer, Harvey Smith. The Magazine Sales end, with a record the largest in the history of the school. John Witherow proves his salesmanship by exceeding in the amount of sales. Mary Catherine Berger is envied as the winner of the bee-u-tiful personal radio. "Tom Sawyer" is presented in the auditorium with Jo Weikert, Wanda Hartman, John Witherow, and Harold Worthington playing prominent roles. John MacPhail, Dorothy Keeney, Margaret Saby, Jeanne Spangler, Peggy Ramer and Winifred Miller are inducted into the National Honor Society. The score is 20-1 in our favor, at the Senior's Gridiron Ball. Pooney Carter is named an end on the All-State Football Team. ' Mr. Sheads goes to the army. Mrs. Kermit Hereter takes his place. Mr. Diehl follows Mr. Sheads. Mrs. John Micka substitutes. Kathryn Lingg and Jack Glenn lead in Senior Play, "Ever Since Evef' Ramer, Kinsey, Lingg, Miller, Hanawalt, C. Smith, Harman, Saby, Glenn, Faber, Weikert, Warman, Slonaker, Hartman, Kinneman are inducted into the "Mask and Wig." Fred Faber, Kathryn Lingg, Louise Moser, David Plank, Robert Shryock, and Clayton Warman are inducted into National Honor Society. The day after the big snowstorm and we just couldn't get through the roads to school. fWell, anyway!J Everyone took his best girl to the last great social event of the year-the Spring Dance. As a grand climax to the four years spent together, Commencement sends us into the world to win new victories. FRESHMAN Sept. 6 Nov. 8 Dec. 14 All Fools' Day May 4 SOPHOMORE Sept. 22 Oct. 28 Dec. 6 Feb. 7 Feb. 25 April 6 JUNIOR Sept. 3 Sept. 29 Nov. 22 Dec. 4 Dec. 6 jan. 13 Feb. 5 Feb. 26 Mar. 19 MRS. RELDA J. TILBERG 1942 Class Adviser Throughout the period of four years, our class has been as active and spirited as those classes that have gone before. To carry out these activities the guidance of Mrs. Tilberg has enabled us to derive much profit and pleasure from our class activities. The most exciting day of our young lives-we enter Gettysburg High School. 1933-1939 Vie get pep! Lingg, Ramer, Harv Smith, Herb Smith, Warman, and Swope are chosen to lead our c eering. We organize our class, and elect the following officers: President john MacPhail, Vice President, Clayton Warmang Secretary, Peggy Trewg Treasurer, Kathryn Lingg. Kinsey, Plank, MacPhail Triumvirate is formed! Our class party is held at Spangler's Spring, in the form of a Hare and Hound Hunt. 19394940 Election of on'-icers is held and we chose the following people to guide us through the year: President Fred Faber, Vice President, Robert Knox, Secretary, Winifred Millerg Treasurer, Robet Kissinger. We hold our Hallowe'en Party. Mary Catherine Berger in a riding habit and Herbert Smith in the true role of a jester win the prizes for outstanding costumes. Our class is well represented when John Kinneman, "Pooney" Carter, Ray Staley and Howard Bowling receive Gys for a fine record in football. We are honored by having John MacPhail chosen Sports Editor of the Maroon and White. Davy Plank becomes a Varsity man in Basketball. John MacPhail is a member of the winning Debating team that copped the Loving Cup at Gettysburg College Forensic Contests. 1940-1941 Our class returns to G. H. S. to spend the school year as typical "jolly Juniors." We organize our class, this time, at class polling stations. Using individual ballots for voting we elected the following ofhcers: President, Franklin Tinneyg Vice President, Margaret Ramer, Secretary, Dorothy Keeney, Treasurer, Justine Charles. We all have loads of fun at our class party, with the very appropriate Thanksgiving Day theme. Bowling, Fissel, Staley, Carter, Knox, Fleck, Kuhn, Faber and Kinneman receive G's for football. Nice showing, we'd say! Jack Glenn, John MacPhail, Fred Faber and Robert Shryock have prominent roles in the operetta, "Lucky jade." Are we proud? Well I guess! G. H. S. wins the District 3 title in basketball. Class of '42 handles Maroon and White with MacPhail and Miller at heads. MacPhail, Berger, Keeney, Ramer, Charles, Glenn, Shryock, Lingg and Miller are named to the Quill and Scroll. It certainly is a shame that John Pitzer came to school this morning. We didn't have the Lyceum program, after all! WILBUR HOWARD WAYBRIGHT "Bill" AGRICULTURE-F.F.A. 1, 2, 3 QTreas.J, 4g Keystone Farmer Degree. JOSEPHINE VIRGINIA WEIKERT "Io" GENERAL-Dramatic Club lg G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, "Little Womenng "Tom Sawyerng Cannon-Aid, Maroon and White Z, 3, 49 Chorus 2, 4g "New Firesng Mask and Wig 4. BETTY JANE WEITZEL "Betsy CoMMERclAL-Dramatic Club Ig Commercial Club Zg Typing 35 Dramatic Workshop 4s G.A.A. 2, 3. JAMES WEYGANDT "Eddie,' COMMERCIAL-SPOfISm8h,S Club 1, 2, 3, 4. MARGARET B. WHITAKER "Toddie" ACADEMlClNEW Oxford High School 1, Z, Dramatic Club 3, 4, Mask and Wig 3, 4g National Thespian 4g "Young April", "Ever Since Eve". "Honey" LILLIAN WILLIAMS CoMMEncIAL-Music Club lg Home Economics Club 23 Classical Club 43 "Lucky Jade". "Betty" ELIZABETH JANE WISER ACADEMIC-Dramatic Club l, 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. "Mike" JOHN WITHEROW AGRICULTURE-F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, Z9 Varsity Basketball 33 "Adventures of Tom Sawyer". "Woodie" LAWRENCE WOODWARD CoMMERc1AL-Dramatic Club lg Sportsmen's Club Zg Indian Lore Club 3g Chess Club 4. "Wimpy" HAROLD WORTHINGTON GENERAL-MHIOOD and White 1, Z, 3, 4, Boys' Sports 1, 2, 3g "Adventures of Tom Sawyerv. Wx -. Xe .Ht f4qn.l4jA JEANNE ALMA SPANGLER "Jeannie" ACADEMIC-MUSiC Club 1 fSec.l, 2 fV. Presjg G.A.A. 1, 2, 3g National Honor Society fTreas.lg "The Roar of the Twist", "The Great Man", "Little Women", Maroon and White 3, 49 Cannon-Aid fEditorlg Orchestra 43 Home Room Council 2, 3g Chorus 2, 3, 45 Quill and Scroll 4. "Betty" BETTY JANE STARRY COMMERCIAL-Dramatic Club l, 25 G.A.A. Cabinet 3, 4g G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4g Drum Majorette 3, 4g Chorus 2, 3, 4. DOROTHY MARIE STAUB "Dottie" HoME EcoNoM1cs-Etiquette Club lg G.A.A. Cabinet Z, 3, 4, G.A.A. lg Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 45 Band Z, 3, 43 Chorus 3, 4. HENRY FRANCIS STEINIGER ACADEMIC--Battlefield Club 1, 2g Chess Club 3, 4, Or- chestra 3, 4g Band 2, 3, 43 Chorus 4. DONALD EARL STITT "Stiff" AGRICULTURE-F.F.A. 1, Zg Indian Lore Club 3. "Smokey" RUTH CATHERINE STOVER CoMMERclAL-Etiquette Club lg G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 43 G.A.A. Cabinet 2, 3, 4g Mask and Wig 3, 4 lPres.jg "Young Aprilng "Ever Since Eve", "The Tiger's Necklace", "New Fires", Maroon and White 3, 43 Chorus 2, 3, 4. FRANKLIN STEPHEN TINNEY "Bud" GENERAL-C1355 Pres. 3, Battlefield Club 1, 23 Chess Club 3, 43 Boys' Sports 1, 2, 33 Band 3, 4, Chorus 2. "Peggy" MARGARET ELLEN TREW ACADEMIC-DIRm3IiC Club 13 Maroon and White 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 23 "Young Aprilng Chorus 2, 3, 4. HARRY GARVER TROXELL "1unior,' ACADEMIC-Photography Club 1, 2 lTreas.j, 33 Boys' Sports 2, 3, 4g Maroon and White 3, 4g Cannon-Aid, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4. CLAYTON D. WARMAN ACADEMlC1Cl3SS Vice Pres. lg Class President 4g Sports- men's Club Ig Battlefield Club 23 Dramatic Club 33 Chemistry Club 4g "Young April", "Ever Since Eve", "The Roar of the Twist", Boys' Sports 1, 2, 3, 4g Track Manager 1, 2, 3, 4g Maroon and White lg Cannon-Aidg Band lg Student Council 3, 4 fTreas.Qg Chorus 2, 3, 43 Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 43 National Honor Society, Mask and Wig. ROBERT LUTHER SHRYOCK "Bob" ACADEMIC-Dramatic Club 15 Music Club 25 Quill and Scroll 3, 45 "Chimes of Normandy"5 "Why the Chimes Rang"5 "Young April"5 Boys' Sports 1, Z, 3, 45 Maroon and White fsports Editor 3, 415 District Band 2, 35 Orchestra 2, 3, 45 Band 1, Z, 3, 45 Debating 2, 3, 45 National Honor Societyg District Chorus 3, 4. MILDRED MAE SHULTZ "Millie" COMMERCIAL-Dramatic Club 25 Typing Club 3. JOSEPH FRANCIS SLONAKER "Earsv COMMERCIAL-Battlefield Club 15 Sportsmenls Club Z, 45 Chess Club 35 Mask and Wig 45 "Young April"5 Boys' Sports 3. STEPHEN CHARLES SMITH "Rambler" CoMMEnc1A1.-Dramatic Club 15 Indian Lore Club Z5 Sportsmerfs Club 35 Dramatic Workshop 45 Mask and Wig 45 Boys' Sports 1, 2, 3. GRACE ELNORA SMITH "Queenie, COMMERCIAL-Dramatic Club 1, 25 Typing Club 35 G.A.A. 1 "I-Iarvev HARVEY BORLAND SMITH ACADEMICTCIHSS Treasurer 45 Dramatic Club 1, 2 lPresJ5 Chemistry Club 45 "His First Date',5 "Young April"5 Boys' Sports 1, Z, 3, 45 Maroon and White 3, 45 Cannon-Aid 45 Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 45 Chorus 2, 3, 4. "Herb,' HERBERT LEWIS SMITH ACADEMIC-Vice President 45 Dramatic Club 1 fPres.j, Z5 Chemistry Club 45 'iOne Evening at the Blalces"5 "Young April"5 Boys' Sports 1, 2, 3, 45 Maroon and White 3, 45 Cannon-Aid 45 Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 45 Chorus 2, 3, 4. "Smitty" MILDRED LORRAINE SMITH COMMERCIAL-Dramatic Club 15 Commercial Club Z5 Typing Club 35 G.A.A. 15 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 1, Z, 3, 4. "Windy" WINFIELD SMITH CoMMEncIAL-Sportsmen's Club 1, Z, 35 Boys' Sports 1, 2, 3. "Bohn ROBERT LOUIS SPAHR COMMERCIAL-Scientific Club 15 Battlefield ClubA25eChess Club 35 Sportsmen's Club 45 Boys' Sports 1, 2, 3, 4. ERVIN McCLELLAN RAVER "Er-vin" CoMMEnc1AL-Battlefield Club lg Surveying Club 2g Dramatic Club 3g Chess Club 4. "Dottie" DOROTHY ROSENSTEEL CoMMEncIAL-Knitting Club lg Commercial Club 25 Typing Club 3g Maroon and White 3. EVELYN ROSS GENERAL-Etiquette Club 1, 23 Music Club 3. "Willie" WILLIS ROSS ACADEMIC-Battlefield Club 1, 33 Sportsmen's Club 2g Debating Club 4g Boys' Sports 1, 43 "Ever Since Eve". EVA ROTHHAUPT ACADEMIC-Dramatic Club 13 G.A.A. Cabinet 3, 43 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. "Margie,' MARGARET SABY ACADEMIC-MQEOOH and White 1, 2, 3, 45 Cannon-Aid 45 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4g National Honor Societyg Mask and Wigg 'KLittle Women"g "His First Date"g "Ever Since Eve"g "Young April"g "Lucky Jade". 4 RITA CATHERINE SANDERS "Pick" Coumsncuu.-Dramatic Club lg Commercial Club 2, 39 G.A.A. 4g Maroon and White 35 Student Council 3. "Sno0kie" SHIRLEY JOSEPHINE SHERMAN CoMMERc1AL-Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3 lSec.J, 43 G.A.A. l, 43 Chorus 2, 3, 4. DALE ARTHUR SHIELDS "Shield:ie" Acmculfruns-F.F.A. 1, 23 Surveying Club 3g Track 1. "Chef, CHESTER SENTMAN SHRIVER AGRICULTURE-F.F.A. 1, 2, 3 lSec.J, 43 Boys' Sports 1, 2, 33 Red Cross Council 4. RICHARD BIESECKER NAUGLE "Reds" COMMERCIAL-Df3m3fiC Club Z, 3g Chess Club 4, Boys' Sports 2, 3. ARLENE NUNEMAKER "Penny" Couusncnu.-Knitting Club lg Commercial Club 23 Typing Club 3. RUTH NUNEMAKER "Name" CoMMERclAL-Dramatic Club 1, Z, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4g Maroon and White 3, 4g G.A.A. Cabinet 3, 4, "Little Women". MARJORIE PITTENTURF "Margie,' COMMERCIAL-Df3m3tiC Club 1, Z3 Typing 3. JOHN PITZER "Chicken" ACADEMlC1Pll0f0gf3PllY Club 13 Sportsmen's Club 2, 3, 4. "Davy"' DAVID PLANK ACADEMH:-Sportsmen's Club lg Music Club 23 Chess 3, Chemistry 4, Jayvee Basketball lg Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4, Bancl 1, 2, 3, 4, "Chimes of Normandyug "Lucky Jadeng "Little Women", National Honor Society. "Plankie" ELEANOR PLANK CoMMERc1AL-Knitting Club lg Commercial Club 2, Typing Club 3, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3. "Peggy" MARGARET ELIZABETH RAMER ACADEMIC-Class Vice Pres. 3g Dramatic Club lg Maroon and White 2 lCo-Feature Editor 3, 413 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Cannon-Aiclg Quill and Scroll 3, 45 Mask and Wig 4g National Honor Society, 'iLittle Womenng "Young April", "Ever Since Eve", Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4. "Wilbi', -HOLGER RASMUSSEN GENERAL-HBfShEY High School, Hershey, Pa. l, Z, 33 Boys' Sports 43 Sportsmen's Club 45 Maroon and White 4.' "Zipper,' HOWARD RASMUSSEN GENERAL-Hershey High School, Hershey, Pa. l, 2, 3g Sportsmenis Club 43 "Ever Since Eve". DONALD McPHERSON "Don" Coumshcm.-Battlefield Club 1, 2, Typing Club 3, Boys' Sports l, 3g Cannon-Aid. "Bim" CHESTER E. MEHRING, JR. CoMMEnciAL-Photography Club lg Dramatic Workshop Club 4, Mask and Wig 3, 43 National Thespian 4g Boys' Sports 3, 4, Maroon and White Z, 3, 4 fAclvertising Mgtnjg Chorus 3, 4, Stage Crew 3, 4, Stage Mgr. 4. MARGARET ELEANOR MICKLEY "Peggy" Home EcoNoM1cs-Etiquette Club lg Library Club Z3 Knitting Club 3 lPres.Jg "Roar of the Twist", Cannon-Aid, Chorus 2, 3, 4. "Butch" MERLIN J. A. MILLER ACADEMIC-Indian Lore Club lg Chess Club 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 4. MILDRED MILLER "Milly,, GENERAL-Knitting Club 1, 45 Etiquette Club Z, 33 G.A.A. 3. "Bob" ROBERT S. MILLER ACADEMIC-Indian Lore Club 1, Chess Club 2, 3, 43 Track 1, 3. WINIFRED L. MILLER "Winnie', ACADEMIC-Cl3SS Secretary 2, Etiquette Club lg National Honor Society, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Mask and Wig 43 G.A.A. 1, 2, 33 Student Council 3, 4, "Party Line", "Lucky Jadeug 'lYoung April", "Ever Since Eve", Maroon and White 2, 3, 4 fBus. Mgrxjg Cannon-Aidg Chorus 2, 3, 4. "Weenie,' KATHLEEN LOUISE MITCHELL AcADEMIc-Music Club 1, 2, Classical Club 3 fSec.lg G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 43 "Lucky jade", Band l, Z, 3, 4g Or- chestra l, 2, 3, 4g Chorus 2, 3, 4. LOUISE CAROLYNE MOSER "Louise" ACADEMIC-Etiquette Club lg Dramatic Club 23 G.A.A. Cabinet 3, 43 Student Council lg G.A.A. l, 2, 3, 45 "Little Women", Maroon and White 3, 49 Cannon-Aid fAsst. Eclitorjg Chorus 2, 3, 4g National Honor Society. "Mary,' MARY CATHERINE MYERS Acamzuxc-Music Club 1, 2g Classical Club 3 fPres.1g G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 43 "Lucky Jade", Maroon and White 2, 3, 43 Cannon-Aidg Bancl 1, Z, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4g Red Cross Council. KATHRYN L. LINGG "Karen ACADEMIC-'-C1355 Treasurer 1, Recording Secretary 4, Dramatic Club lVice Pres.J 1, Mask and Wig 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4 fTreas.J, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, t'Lucky Jaden, 'KYoung Apriln, l'His First Date", "Small Town Girl", "Little Women", "Ever Since Eve", Maroon and White 3, 4 lAsst. Bus. Mgr.J, Cannon-Aid, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 1, Z, 3, 4. National Honor Society. MILDRED E. LINN "Millie" COMMERCIAL-Dramatic Club 1, Z, Maroon and White 3, 45 Cannon-Aid, Chorus 2, 3, 4. JOHN A. MacPHAIL "Jolmny', ACADEMlC1Cl3SS President 1, Debating Club 1, Quill and Scroll 3, 4 lPres.J, National Honor Society lPres.J, Mask and Wig 3, 4, National Thespian 3, 4, Student Council 2, 3 fVice Pres..J 4, "Chimes of Normandy", "Tiger's Necklace", "Lucky Jade", "Little Women", "Ever Since Eve", Junior Varsity Basketball 1, Boys' Sports 2, 3, 4, Maroon and White l, 2, 3 lSports Editorj, 4 fEditorJ, Cannon-Aid, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Debating Team 1, 2, 3, 4, "The Great Man." MARY L. MARTIN "Weczie', COMMERCIAL-Df3m3tlC Club 1, G.A.A. Cabinet 2, 3, 4 fSccretaryJ, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2. CLARENCE EUGENE McCLEAF Hfiml' COMMERCIAL-Dramatic Workshop Club 4, "Chimes of Normandyvg "Little Women", "Lucky Jaden, Junior Varsity Basketball 1, 2, Maroon and White 2, 3, 4, Band 1, Chorus 2, 3, Stage Crew 4. "Mac" PHYLLIS McCLEAF COMMERCIAL-Dramatic Club l, 2, G.A.A. Cabinet 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, 'tLucky Jade", "Little Women", Maroon and White 3, 4, Chorus Z, 3, 4, Cannon-Aid. "Marv BETTY McDONN ELL COMMERCIAL-Typing Club 1, Knitting Club 2, Dramatic Club 3, 4, G.A.A. 4. "Keenie', KATHLEEN McGLAUGHLIN ACADEMIC-Dramatic Club 1, Z, G.A.A. Cabinet 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, "His First Date", Cannon-Aid, Chorus 3, 4. "George" JAY E. McLAUGHLIN COMMERCIAL-Dramatic Club 1, Sportsmen's Club 2, Commercial Club 3, Boys' Sports 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, Z. "Mac" ELIZABETH JEAN P. McPHERSON CoMMERciAi.-Etiquette Club 1, Library Club 2 fVice Pres.J, Typing Club 3, Cannon-Aid. 'lips-sv' DOROTHY JEAN KEENEY "Dot" ACADEMIC?-C1355 Secretary 3, National Honor Society fVice Pres.l, Quill and Scroll 3, 4 lVice Pres.J, "Little Women", Maroon and White 1, 2, 3, 4 lNews Editorl, Cannon-Aid, Chorus Z, 3, 4, Editor of Handbook 3. "Ken" ELAINE KESSEL CoMMERciAL-Etiquette Club 1, G.A.A. Cabinet 2, 3, 4, "Little Women", G.A.A. 1, Z, 3, 4, Band Z, Orchestra 2, 3, Chorus 2, 3, 4. JOHN A. KINNEMAN "Dirty" ACADEMIC-Sportsmen's Club 1, Z, Chess Club 3, Chemistry Club 4 lVice Pres.J, "Young April", "Ever Since Even, Junior Varsity Football 1, Varsity Football 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Sports 1, 2, 3, 4, Maroon and White 3, 4, Cannon-Aid, Mask and Wig 4. "Biff" HAROLD J. KINSEY ACADEMIC-Battlefield Club 1, Debating Club 2, Chemistry Club 4, "Chimes of Normandyng "Lucky Jade", "Young Aprilv, "Little Women", Boys' Sports 1, Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4, Track Z, 3, 4, Varsity Football 3, 4, Maroon and White 2, 3, Cannon-Aid, Chorus Z, 3, 4, Stage Crew 3, 4, Mask and Wig 4. GEORGE C. KITZMILLER "Ki:zy" COMMERCIAL-Battlefield Club 1, Indian Lore Club Z, Commercial Club 3 lTreas.l, Boys' Sports 1, 3, Varsity Basketball Z, 3, 4. "Shorty" LOIS JANE KLINEFELTER CoMMERciAL-Dramatic Club 1, 2, G.A.A. Cabinet 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, "Lucky Jade", "Little Women", "Ever Since Eve", Maroon and White 3, 4, Chorus Z, 3, 4. ROBERT KNOX "Bob" C0MMERCIAL1B3fCl8fI8ld Club 1, Sportsmen's Club 2, Chess Club 3, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Sports l, Z, 3, 4, Cannon- Aicl lsubscription Managerj. "Johnny" JOHN KUHN COMMERCIAL--Sportsmen's Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Varsity Football 1, 2, Varsity Football 3, 4, Junior Varsity Basket- ball 2, 3, Track 3, Boys' Sports 1, Z, 3, Band 1, 3, Stage Crew 3, Red Cross Council 4. MARY LOUISE KUHN "Kulmie,' CoMMERc1AL-Knitting Club 1, Commercial Club 2, Typ- ing Club 3 lTreas.J, Maroon and White 3, 4. "Tuda'ie,' MARY ELIZABETH LAUGHLIN ACADEMIC-Dramatic Club 1, Home Economics Club 2, Library Club 3, G.A.A. 1, Z, 3, 4, Chorus 3, Cannon-Aid. vs.. V.. 1 , - V BARBARA PEARL HANAWALT "Buck" ACADEMIC-Dramatic Club lg Maroon and White 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society fSec.jg "Young Aprilvg "Little Women", G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Cannon-Aid, Student Council 4 lPres.lg Chorus 2, 3, 4, Debating 3, 45 Mask and Wig 4. CARL WILBUR HANKEY "Hanky Commskcnu.-Battlefield Club 1, Zg Indian Lore Club 3g Boys' Sports 2. BERNARD FRANKLIN HARMAN "Bernie', GENERAL-Battlefield Club lg Dramatic Club 2, 3, 43 Boys' Sports 1, 2, 3, 43 Chorus 2, 3, 4g Mask and Wig 4g "Young April." BETTY JANE HARNER "Betsy" COMMERCIAL-Knitting Club lg Etiquette Club 23 Typing Club 3, 4. GLENN HARNER "BarloW"' AGRICULTURE-F.F.A. Club 1, Z, 3, 4, Boys, Sports 1, 2, 3g Maroon and White 1, 2, 3. "Wanda" WANDA JUNE HARTMAN Acmsmc-Etiquette lg Maroon and White 2, Library Club 3 QPres.lg Dramatic Work Shop 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4g Mask and Wig 4 fCorres. Sec.lg National Thespian 45 "The Tiger's Necklace", "Adventures of Tom Sawyer", "Little Women", "New Fires", Chorus 2, 3, 45 Maroon and White 3, 4 ffypistlg Cannon-Aid. "A my" AMELIA HEMLER COMMERCIAL-C1355 Corresponding Secretary 45 Dramatic Club 1, Commercial Club 23 G.A.A. Cabinet 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, Z, 3, 4, Cannon-Aicl. "Viv" VIVIAN HERSHEY GENERAL-Etiquette Club lg Dramatic Club 3, 4g Typing Club 3, "Little Women", G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4. "Steven STEPHEN HEYSER AGRICULTURE-F.F.A. Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Boys' Sports 1, 2, 35 Track 3, 4. "Renie" IRENE HUDSON ACADEMIC-Y0fk Catholic High lg Dramatic Club Z3 G.A.A. Cabinet 4, 'iLittle Women", "Apron String Revolt", G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Cannon-Aid, Maroon and White 2, 3, 43 Chorus 2, 3, 45 Drum Majorette 2, 3, 4. ! s y-gg A RICHARD HAROLD FINKBONER "Dick" CoMMERc1AL-Photography Club lg Sportsmen's Club 2, 3, 4, Boys' Sports 1, Z, 3, 4. "Max" C. MAXWELL FISCEL ACADEMIC-Indian Lore Club lg Sportsmen's Club 2, 3, 43 "Chimes of Normandy", "Lucky Jade", "Young April", "Little Women", Varsity Football 1, 2, 3, Varsity Basketball 2, 3g Track 2, 3, Chorus 2, 3, 4. JAMES FLECK "Battleship" GENERAL-Sportsmen's Club 1, 2, 3, 4g Track 1, 2, 3, 43 junior Varsity Football lg Vars'ty Football Z, 3, 43 Boys' Sports 1, Z, 3, 4, "Ever Since Evc.', "Rae" RAE FOLKENROTH CoMMFncxAL-Etiquette Club lg G.A.A. Cabinet Z, 3, 43 G.A.A. 1, 2, 5, 4. BENTON FRY "Ben" AcADEMxc--Photography Club lg Sportsmen's Club 2g Indian Lore Club 3g Chess Club 49 Boys' Sports lg Band 1, 2. "Dimp:" ESTHER GEISELMAN ACADEMIC-Knitting Club 15 Library Club Z, 39 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. JOHN GLENN "lark" ACADEMIC-Debating Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 35 "Lucky Jade", "Little Women,'g "Ever Since Eve", Boys, Sports 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 3g Maroon and White 2, 3, 4 fSports Emil, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, 35 Chorus 2, 3, 43 Mask and Wig 45 Quill ancl Scroll 3, 4, "Young April." "Galen" GALEN GOLDEN Commsncuu.-Sportsmen's Club lg Indian Lore 2. FLORENCE MURIEL GODSHALL "Muriel" CoMMERclAL-Abington High School, Abington, Pa. 1, 2, 3. "Fannie" FRANCES LOUISE GULDEN CQMIQIERCIAL-Knitting Club lg Commercial Club 2g G.A.A. Cabinet 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. DALE EDWARD DEARDORFF "Ted" ACADEMIC-Dramatic Club 1, 2, Maroon and White 3, Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, "Young Aprilug Cannon'Aicl. HARRISON McCREA DICKSON "Marv ACADEMIC-Dramatic Club 1, Z, 3g "Young April"g Cannon-Aid 1Bus. Mgrjg Band 1, 2s Chorus 2, 3. RICHARD DOERSON "Dick" AGRICULTURE-F.F.A. Club 1, 2, 43 Surveying Club 3. EUGENE ECKERT "Gwen ACADEMIC-Scientific Club 1, Music Club 2g Sportsmerfs Club 3g Boys, Sports 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 2, 3, 4. ROSA BELLE ECKERT "Rosie" I-IoME EcoNoMIcs-Dramatic Club -1, 2, 3, G.A.A. 1, Z, 3 4 , . "Carrie" CARRIE ECKER COMMERCIAL-Dramatic Club lg Commercial Club 23 Typing Club 3, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Maroon ancl White 3, 43 Chorus 2, 3, 4. "Babu ROBERT EPLEY AGRICULTURE-F.F.A. Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Boys' Sports 1, 2, 33 Track 3, 4. "Mooxe'i FRED FABER ACADEMIC-Class President 25 Scientific Club 15 Sportsmen's Club 2g Chess Club 35 Chemistry Club 45 "Young Aprilug "Ever Since Eve", "Lucky Jadeng junior Varsity Football lg Varsity Football 2, 3, 43 Mask and Wig 45 Basketball 33 National Honor Society, "Little Women"g "His First Date"g "Chimes of Normanclyvg Maroon and White Z, 3, 4. "A mm" ANNA FAIR COMMERCIAL--Dramatic Club lg Commercial Club 25 Typing Club 3g G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Maroon and White 3g Chorus 2, 3, 4. "Leone,' LEONE FIN KBON ER COMMERCIAL-Dramatic Club 1, 3, Library Club 29 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Maroon and White 4, Cannon-Aid 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4. HELEN MAE CHAPMAN "Helen" Commsncuu.-Dramatic Club 1, Z, 3, 43 "His First Date", G.A.A. 1, Z, 3g Band I, 2, 3, 45 Chorus 2, 3, 45 "New Firesng Mask and Wig 4. "Myrtle', JUSTINE CHARLES ACADEMIC-Cl3SS Treasurer 35 Dramatic Club lg Quill and Scroll 3, 43 "Ever Since Eve"g G.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4g Maroon and White lCirculation Manager 3, 413 Cannon-Aid lAclvertising lVlanagerjg,Cl1oius 2, 3, 4. JANET ELo1sE CLAPSADDLE "c1..ppy', COMMERCXAL-Dramatic Club 1, 23 Typing Club 33 Chorus 2, 3, 4. "Kitty" KATHRYN LARAINE CLUCK Home Economics-Knitting Club lg Commercial Club Zg Typing Club 35 Dramatic Club 45 G.A.A. 1. CHARLES BERNARD COFFMAN "Charlie" Commsncux.-Battlefield Club 1, 35 Sports:-nen's Club 25 Chess Club 4. "Bernie" BERNARD CHARLES COLE CoMMEnclAL-Sportsmen's Club 1, 2, 3, 43 "Apron String Revoltug Boys' Sports 1, 2, 3, 4. GEORGE EUCLID COLEMAN "George" AGRICULTURE-F.F.A. Club 1, 2, 3, 4g Varsity Football 2, 3, 45 Track I, 3, Boys' Sports 4. "Flame" FLORENCE GENEVA CONTI COMMERCIAL-Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3g Dramatic Workshop 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3g Chorus Z, 4. JEAN EVELYN CURRENS "lean" GENERAL--Knitting Club lg Commercial Club 29 Typing Club 33 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. - "julie" JULIA MARIE CURRENS COMMERCIAL--Etiquette Club 1, 2g Typing Club 3, G.A.A. 3g Chorus 2. ARVILLA JANE BOWER , "Bowers" COMMERCIAL-Knitting Club 15 Dramatic Club 25 Library Club 35 Dramatic Workshop 45 "Young April',5 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Chorus 25 "New Firesf, i HOWARD JOSEPH BOWLING Hsquiekn GENERAL-Sportsmen's Club 1, 25 Chess Club 35 "Little W'omeny,5 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 1, Z, 3, 45 Boys' Sports 1, 2, 3, 45 "Ever Since Eve." MARTHA VIRGINIA BOYD "Martyn COMMERCIAL-Dramatic Club 1, 25 Library Club 35 G,A.A. 1, 2, 35 Chorus 1. VIRGINIA BOYD "Nookie" CQMMERCIAL-Dramatic Club 1, 2, 35 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 45 Chorus 1, 2. HARRY LAWRENCE BREAM "Henry" COMMERCIAL-Sportsmen's Club 1, 2, 45 Dramatic Club 35 "Young April"5 Junior Varsity Basketball 25 Varsity Basket- ball 3, 45 Home Room Council Z. "Jenni, JEAN BRIN DLE COMMERCIAL-Etiquette Club 15 Commercial Club 25 Typing Club 35 Maroon and White 45 Chorus Z, 3, 4. "Evie', EVELYN JANE BUCHER ACADEMIC-Dramatic Club 1, 2, 35 "Little Women"5 G.A.A. 1, 2, 35 Maroon and White 3, 45 Cannon-Aiclg Chorus 2, 3, 4. . "Bob" ROBERT ANDREW CARBAUGH COMMERCIAL-Battlefield Club 15 Commercial Club Z5 Sportsmen's Club 35 Chess Club 4. "PaoneyU FRANCIS LEROY CARTER AGRICULTURE-Battlefield Club 15 Sportsmen's Club 25 Dramatic Club 35 Camera Club 45 "Phantom Tiger,'5 "Lucky Jaicug Varsity Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Junior Varsity Basketball 1, 25 Varsity Basketball 3, 45 Track 1, 2, 3, 4. "Fmnkie', FRANKLIN R. CHAMBERS COMMERCIAL-Mechanicsburg High 1, Z5 Chess Club 35 "Ever Since Eve", Junior Varsity Basketball 35 Boys, Sports 45 Maroon and White 3, 45 "New Fireswg Mask and Wig 4. EVELYN ROBERTA ADAMS "Eve" HoME EcoNoMlcs-Dramatic Club I, 2, 3, Dramatc Workshop 4. "Kitty" CATHERINE MARGARET ALTHOFF GENERAL-Dramatic Club 1, 35 Etiquette Club 2, Dra- matic Worlcshop 4. FRANCIS ARENDT "Fritz" AGRICULTURE-F.F.A. Club 1, 2, 3, 4. "Y-vonnej' YVONNE K. BARR ACADEMIC-Etiquette Club 1g Dramatic Club 2, 4, Red Cross Council 45 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Maroon and White 3, 4g Cannon-Aid. ANNA MARGARET BEARD "Marge" COMMERCIAL-Knitting Club lg Dramatic Club 23 G.A.A. Cabinet 3, 43 G.A.A. l, 2, 3, 43 Chorus 2, 3, 4. Hllflaryn MARY ELIZABETH BENNER COMMERCIAL-Dramatic Club lg Commercial Club 23 Typing C'ub 3g G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Maroon and White 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Cannon-Aid. MARY CATHERINE BERGER "Bergie" ACADEMIC-Quill and Scroll 3, 4, "Young April", "Little Womenng G.A.A. 1, Z, 3, 4, Maroon and White 1, Z fFeature Editor 3, 4lg Cannon-Aid, Student Council 3g Chorus 2, 3, 4. "Millie" MILDRED BIESECKER COMMERCIAL-Dramatic Club lg Commercial Club 24 G.A.A. Cabinet 3, Pres. 4g G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4g Chorus 2, 3, 4. ANNA LOUISE BISHOP "Anna" COMMERCIAL--Library Club lg Etiquette Club 2, Typing Club 3, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4. "Belty,' ELIZABETH ,IOSIYHINE BOSAK COMMERCIAL-Knitting Club lg Commercial Club 23 Library Club 39 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3. SENIOHS A R I E D ICTORIES Adviser Adviser Class President Secretary Chief Cameraman Keystone Farmer Efficient Buclgeteer Hefty Halfbaclc Defender of the Hoops Girls' Sports Leader Mighty Football Guard Musician, Scholar Typewriting Speed Demon Champion Basketeer Sports Editor, Musician Challenging Football Center Supervisor of Key Punchers Creator of Original Art Champ of After Dinner Speakers V '33 X' I Letterman of Three Sports Junior Editor of 1941-42 Handbook . A Henry Johnson-With oo four months Tl-IE FACULTY BLACK, Jo!-IN W., B.S., Gettysburg College, Duke University-Physics, Mathematics. BRINDLE, DOROTHY, Shippensburg State Teachers College, Cornell University, Columbia University-Vocal Music. DIEIIL, ROBERT C., B.S., Bloonisburg State Teachers College, Temple University-Commercial. FIDLER, ROBERT D., A.B., M.A., Gettysburg College, University of Pennsylvania, Columbia University-Social Studies. FORNEY, GEORGE S., B.S., M.ED., Shippensburg State Teachers College, Northeastern Coaching School, Penn- sylvania State College-Boys Physical Education, Biology. GILBERT, C. RUSSELL, B.S., Gettysburg College, Dulce University-History, Biology. HAEI-INLEN, FRED P., B.S., M.A., Gettysburg College-Chemistry, General Science. I-IEINTZELMAN, ANNA B., A.B., M.A., Gettysburg College, Columbia University-English. HULL, ELIZABETH, A.B., B.S., LIB.Sc., Gettysburg College, Syracuse University-Librarian. RIDINGER, LARUE E., B.S., Indiana State Teachers College, University of Wisconsin-Home Economics. LEFEVER, GUILE W., B.S., NLS., Gettysburg College, Pennsylvania State College, Columbia University- Principal. LITTLE, GERTRUDE B., A.B., Indiana State Teachers College, Bowling Green College, Boston University- Commercial. LONGANECKER, EDWIN S., B.S., M.ED., Shippensburg State Teachers College, Ithaca Military Band School, University of West Virginia, Duke University-English, Instrumental Music. MCILHENNY, RUTH A., A.B., A.M., West Chester State Teachers College, Gettysburg College, Cornell Uni- versity, Columbia University-English. MUMPER, ANNA E., Philadelphia School of Industrial Arts, Philadelphia School of Art Design-Art. RAMER, N. LOUISE, B.S., Gettysburg College, Pennsylvania State College-American History. SCHRIVER, ELMER H., B.S., Pennsylvania State College-Agriculture. SCOTT, RUTH K., A.B., Gettysburg College, Pennsylvania State College, Columbia University-English. SHEADS, MELCHOIR, A.B., M.A., Gettysburg College, Pennsylvania State College-lfVorld History. SPANGLER, RUTH A., A.B., Gettysburg College, Columbia University, Sorbonne University, Temple University -French, English. 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