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

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"l -4, .i' -' .wi '- 7, .x gf, --1 1 ,. . -Q-. - Q, ,, - .. .. - H- , f 'gf f 1. I , vf-V ,f-',,,. . , 4" ,Y - . W' .VME N f. U A- .X r ...N v - -4-. Qi., ,J ,-A - f,- - :..-.l -' -, -5' ,... , -' W: ,,.4 -gd Hx' ,.,1.., , .V W1 ...,, 'v 'r - ,Ac. , , ...Mu E. , . .. ,,-M17 f Q-' VU- ,Q- f ,,. .-.- , Q .-L, .V--L1 - -...4 1-- 1' f , ,r . ,, . ., . ., . x 1 ' f 4 A S 4 1 In . ,w . ,. "" R 51"'Pl . .YSL V J . '. . ,an A , H., 5. ,J 5-,mink L H -H,--4 C.. -, . ' ' 'H'--235 - ?P" L- 12Z"Eb fl. 1:1 w ,,. . 'z Cdoreword I-IE 1944 CANNON-AID is presented to the friends teachers and students of GETTYSBURG HIGH SCHOOL as a parting remembrance from the CLASS OF NINETEEN FORTY-FOUR. With this 'volume goes the Wish that those who follow in our footsteps may enjoy the privileges and the blessings that come from a world at peace. Editor ,,...........,t.,,..,, ,.,....... P ATRICIA Powsn Assistant Editor .tt.t,,, ,,..,.. E LIZABETH SMALL Business Manager ...,,,,........tt,,t, WWGEORGE FAIR Advertising Manager CHARLOTTE WINEBRENNER Subscription Manager .....,.,..,.,,,,,, FRED GRIFFIN J N f -A . - Manx.- GETTYSBURG HIGH SCHCOL GETTYSBURG, PENNSYLVANIA SCHOQL BOARD Front Row flseft to Rightj-Paul Rohrhaugh, Charles S. Black fV. Presjg L. C. Kee- fauver fSuperintendent of Schoolslg Ralph Z. Oyler fPres.l. Back Row-Arthur E. Hutchison, Charles B. Bender, Mahlon P. Hartzell fSec.lg Charles M. Sheely. Service without personal gain expresses the attitude of the men who comprise the school hoard. They thinlc not of themselves, hut of their community's welfare. To this end they dedicate their time, their talents, and their energy in order to provide the best possible schools that money affords for the boys and girls of the Community. To the Class of 1944: Many years ago Sophocles said, "Without labor nothing prospersf' A little reflection on past events should be enough to convince anyone of the truth of this statement. Yet, there have always been many people looking for the easy road to success. Crystal gazing or wishful thinking will do nothing to win the war, to establish a lasting peace, or to guide you on the road to success. Such goals are reached only by work and personal application. Certainly you will meet discouragement and dis- appointment, for the road to success is not paved with roses. But, when adversity comes, remember the saying of Sophocles. Best wishes and Godspeed. L. C. KEEFAUVER LLOYD C. KEEFAUVER GUILE W. LEFEVER To the Class of 1944: Every boy and girl leaving high school this year will enter the service of his county. Some will be trained in combat duty, some will be trained to nurse the sick and the wounded, and some will be occupied in producing food and materials. Re- gardless of the type of work, everyone will be work- ing to end this world struggle. Whatever be your job, it will be necessary for you to do it to the best of your ability. If that can he said of you, then you can be called a true American citizen. G. W. LEFEVER DEFINITIONS A - - H CANNON-AID 1944 CHRISTINA ANGELO likes jewelry . . . is known by her cross and chain . . . dislikes pink and red com- binations . . . hopes to become a secretary. MARIE ANZENGRUBER likes dancing . . . seen in company with Rita Rider . . . dislikes love affair smashers . . . hopes to become a secretary. MARGARET BABLE likes to write letters . . . is known by her laugh . . . dislikes show-offs . . . desires to join Cadet Nurse Corps. ROSALIE BAGOT likes hiking . . . is known by her engagement ring . . . dislikes turned up socks . . . desires to get married. BEATRICE BAGOT likes making scrapbooks . . . is recognized by her sister . . . dislikes pumps with socks . . . wants to do secretarial work. DORIS BERKHEIMER likes dancing . . . is known by her lack of height . . . dislikes stripes and plaids together . . . wants to be a Navy nurse. ANNA BOLLINGER likes dancing . . . is recognized by "Bubbles" . . . dislikes plaids and stripes together . . . wants to do secretarial work. COETTA BREAM likes to write letters . . . known by a certain identification bracelet . . . dislikes "Hill-Billy" music . . . hopes to join Cadet Nurse Corps. ELIZABETH BRITCHER likes to read . . . is known for her hairbows . . . dislikes singing com- mercials . . . is going to enter college. JEANNE BUCHER likes designing . . . is known for her short stature . . . dislikes singing commercials . . . hopes to enter college. BERINIICE BUMBAUGH likes bi- cycling . . . is recognized by her "44" numerals . . . dislikes anklets and pumps . . . hopes to join the WAVES. EDITH CARBAUGH likes bicycling . . . is seen with Joan Harbaugh . . . dislikes pumps and anklets . . . hopes to enter college. EVELYN CASH- MAN likes reading . . . is known for her car . . . dislikes pumps and anklets . . . hopes to enter the beauty culture field. ANNA CLAPSADDLE likes reading . . . is seen with Helen Hankey . . . dislikes two kinds of plaids . . . hopes to work. BARBARA CLINE likes riding fhorsesJ . . . is known by her big feet . . . dislikes unmannerly males . . . hopes to be- come a doctor. JOSEPH CODORI likes drawing . . . is known for his big ears . . . dislikes women vamps . . . hopes to take up commercial art. RICHARD CULP likes sports . . . is seen with Robert March and Harold Zinn . . . dislikes tall stories . . . hopes to enter college. ROBERT DAYHOFF likes sports . . . is known by "Pistol Packin' Maman . . . dislikes ladies' hats . . . hopes to join Army Air Force. ELOISE DILLMAN likes dancing . . . is seen with "Wick" . . . dislikes plaids and stripes . . . expects to go in training. MARTHA DILLON likes roller skating . . . is known for her black Buick . . . dislikes decorations on cars . . . hopes to get a job. LOUISE DUNCAN likes dancing . . . is seen with Dorothy Spence . . . dislikes anklets and pumps . . . hopes to work. ARLENE EPLEY likes singing . . . is known by her curly hair . . . dislikes back-slappers . . . hopes to become a stenographer. ANNE FABER likes reading . . . is known by her crutches . . . dislikes pumps and socks . . . hopes to become a translator. GEORGE FAIR likes sports . . . is seen with Paul Haller . . . dislikes women smoking on the streets . . . future is unde- cided. DORIS FINKBONER likes dancing . . . is known by her laugh . . . dislikes smart boys . . . hopes to become a secretary. HOKE FOWLER likes cars . . . is-seen with Charlie Weaver . . . dislikes girls trying to act cute . . . hopes to enter the Navy V-12. ROSE ZITA GAINES likes what-nots . . . recognized as being a "shorty" . . . dislikes Joe Hanawalt . . . hopes to become a nurse. ELINOR GEYER likes what-nots . . . seen with Myrtis Johnson . . . dislikes heavily applied makeup . . . hopes to join Cadet Nurse Corps. JOHN GORM- LEY likes sleeping . . . is known by his uncombed hair . . . dislikes women . . . hopes to enter college. LUTHER GOTWALD likes wasting time . . . is known for his corny jokes . . . dislikes teachers . . . hopes to become a preacher. WILLIAM GREEN likes models . . . known for his corny jokes . . . dis- likes teachers . . . hopes to work. FRED GRIFFIN likes golf . . . known by his wavy hair . . . dislikes wise-cracking people . . . hopes to enter the armed forces. PAUL HALLER likes building models . . . known for his plaid shirts . . . dislikes cadets . . . hopes to enter the armed forces. JOSEPH HANA- WALT likes wolfing . . . is known by his short hair . . . dislikes cadets . . . hopes to enter West Point. ANNA HARBAUGH likes the radio . . . seen with her sister . . . dislikes holding hands in public . . . hopes to get married. ,.,,.-M-uw .vm ..w"""'wM, .V,.4-, V - K 'X' 'r L , 1 ,. san V X px , H- J 1? sb? E I. g a 1 ' ' 1 ' lv .ah ,- v ,- . ' ' Q xh7 -Wigw am, - wjgfx J ww. 56 N 'Dfw Sig., '1 5' ' ,, wi..:39, ' 3, V J Ngufjj 'J 1 1.: -V :- ' . fi '25 ,uf X , fun., ., f 1 ,.,il2f-wy- Ii, W K, " 3 Q ' ,,,-Jil . "'.. -' 'fy2'...Yfv 359 - -Q"j-wk., K 1 rf-f' WM in '4, "H . .I iv A Q, , A I-1-, V451 ' fi if V. -1 .2" X . +3 , 5' ' " - if 11 . fgfi tg' gf 4 EW I .I ,4 ,I ,v K: -gg. A NLE. ' J " V'-, L.,- X ' . ,QTY Jw-987 f 455' X 3411452 - ,'fl'Jx gg 1322, 5555154 fm,,:.,e 1, 3, , ,. ,T -'Q , . 2.-,,,,.. mm f -- .. ,., , -Lf ,q.vw-,v4g,, , ,n , ,t .A .iv H, ,, 119:31 .df gig, -ffyp 'fps gf: t 1 'gi-.J A 1 DMINISTRATION .k V , 5 Y , W . 4 Y 3 I 3 v U 'v 1 Ar 1 IA' I 1 'f r 2.15 'Af ,, gn S , , M L!! 4 f . V' , 3, , . 'Q f H.: 1 I ni , 1 ,I ' J I 5 I X U 2. X LEFEVER, GUILE W. B.S., M.S. Principal Gettysburg College, Pennsyl- vania State Colle e Columbia g . University. FIDLER, ROBERT D. A.B., M.A. World History Senior Class Adviser, Debating Gettysburg College, Columbia University. LITTLE, GERTRUDE B. A.B. in Com. Ed. Shorthand, General Business Indiana State Teachers Col- lege, Business University, Bowling Green, Boston Uni- versity, University of Pitts- burgh. RTDINGER, Mns. LARUE K. B.S. in Ed. Home Economics Service Sewing Club Indiana State Teachers' Col- lege, University of Wisconsin. SHADE, RICHARD B. Music B. Vocal Music Susquehanna University, East- man School of Music, New York University. TILBERG, Mns. RELDA J. B.S. in Ed. Girls Phys. Ed. G' i rl s i Athletic Association, Freshman Class Adviser, Noon Activities, Y o u t h Recreation Board Shippensburg State Teachers College, Pennsylvania State College, Columbia University. BOWER, Mas. EVA D. A.B. Latin Sophomore Class Adviser Gettysburg College, St. Joseph's College. HAEHNLEN, FRED P. B.S., M.S. Chemistry, Science Sophomore Class Adviser J. V. Football Gettysburg College, Pennsyl- vania State College. LONGANECKER, EDWIN A. B.S. in Ed., M.Ed. English III Instrumental Music, Debating Shippensburg State Teachers Coltege, Ithaca Military Band School, University of West Virginia, Dulce University. Ross, CATHERINE L. B.S. in Ed. Librarian Mansheld State Teachers Col- lege, Millersville State Teach- ers College. SHEADS, ROBERT E. BA., MA. Biology, Prob. of Democracy Freshman Class Adviser, Fac- ulty Manager of Athletics, Pre- induction Club Gettysburg College. TROXELL, FRED G. A.B., A.M. Mathematics National Honor Society, Stu- dent Council, Treasurer of Ath- letic Council. Gettysburg College, Pennsyl- vania State College, New York University. CESSNA, JOHN P. A.B. Pre-Flight, Science, Physics Gettysburg College. HEINTZELMAN, MRS. ANNA B. A.B., M.A. English II Senior Class Adviser Gettysburg College, Columbia University. MCILHENNY, RUTH A. A.B., A.M. English IV Dramatics, Student Council, Mask and Wig West Chester State Teachers College, Gettysburg College, Cornell University, Columbia University, University of Penn- sylvania. SCHRIVER, ELMER H. B.S. Agriculture Future Farmers of America, Out of School Youth Asso- ciation Penn State. SPANGLEIT, RUTH A. A.B. Spanish, French, English III Cannon-Aid, National Honor Society Gettysburg College, Columbia University, Sorbonne Univer- sity, Temple University. WAGAMAN, M. KATHRYN R.N. School Nurse, Home Nursing Beth-Israel Hospital, Pennsyl- vania State College, Army Nurse - leave of absence granted. l CANNON-AID 1944 DRY, MELVIN A. B.S. in Ed. Health, Boys Phys. Ed. Coach of Atlhletics Lock Haven Teachers College. HOWE, B. JOSEPHINE B.S. in Ed. Commercial Arith., Typing Maroon and White Business Staff Adviser Indiana State Teachers College, Pennsylvania State College. RAMER, N. Louise B.S., M.Ed. American History, Guidance Counselor Maroon and White Editorial Staff Adviser, Quill and Scroll, The Local History Club l Gettysburg Colleg, Pennsyl- vania State ollege. SCOTT, RUTH K. A.B. English I Junior Class Adviser, Dra- matics, Red Cross Council Gettysburg College, Pennsyl- vania State College, Columbia University. ST.4.NToN, Mus. Ei.E.A.Non P. B.S. in Ed. Art Kutztown State Teachers Col- lege. Wo1.F, J. GUY Bookkeeping, Arithmetic junior Class Adviser Indiana State Teachers Col lege, Gettysburg College. CANNON-AID 1944 DEFINITIONS H - - N JOAN HARBAUGH . . . likes reading . . . is known by her wavy hair . . . dislikes colors that don't match . . . hopes to become a nurse. E. RICHARD HARTLAUB . . . likes driving his car . . . is known by his long stride . . . dislikes fiat tires . . . hopes to get more schooling. EDWARD HARTMAN . . . likes his car . . . is known by his long hair . . . dislikes girls . . . hopes to go into the service. CHARLES HELWIG . . . likes to build things . . . is known by his height . . . dislikes English . . . hopes to fly a plane. BARBARA HENDERSON . . . likes sports . . . is known by her constant companion, a Spanish book . . . dislikes apple polishers . . . hopes to study medicine. GERALDINE HESS . . . likes dancing . . . is known by her brown eyes . . . dislikes rayon stock- ings . . . hopes to become a nurse. MYRTIS JOHN- SON . . . likes reading . . . is known by her southern accent . . . dislikes two-faced girls . . . hopes to attend business school. PHYLLIS KEEPER . . . likes sports . . . is known by her black hair . . . dislikes stripes with plaids . . . hopes to be a stenographer. VIRGINIA KENDLEHART . . . likes music . . . is known by her shadow, Bable . . . dislikes getting up in the morn- ing . . . hopes to take up engineering. RUTH ANNA KIME . . . likes sewing . . . is known by her gray eyes . . . dislikes crooked stocking seams . . . hopes to do Civil Service work. ROBERT KITZ- MILLER . . . likes sports . . . is known for always wearing a sweater . . . dislikes having to throw gum away in school . . . expects to enter the army. JOHN KNORR . . . likes pole-vaulting . . . is known by his pompadour hair style . . . dislikes big shots . . . hopes to be a chemist. CHARLES KRANIAS . . . likes modeling airplanes . . . is known by his mouthing off . . . dislikes air corps cadets . . . hopes to join the Navy Air Corps. MARY KUHN . . . likes skating . . . is known by her partner, Erma Shriver . . . dis- likes cracking chewing gum . . . hopes to be a typist. SARAH KUHN . . . likes bowling . . . is known by her G.H.S. ring . . . dislikes stuck-up people . . . hopes to be a secretary. SHIRLEY LARKIN . . . likes to draw . . . is known by her ability to get into trouble . . . dislikes being awakened . . . hopes to go to art school. CATHERINE LEWIS . . . likes gardening . . . is known 'by her companion Helen Lock ,. . . dislikes braggarts . . . hopes to be a secretary. HELEN LOCK . . . likes to collect post cards . . . is known by her friend Catherine Lewis . . . dis- likes braggarts . . . hopes to be a stenographer. JEANNE LONG . . . likes golf . . . is known by her lst lieutenant's bar . . . dislikes teachers' pets . . . hopes to go to Duke. ELOISE McCLEAF . . . likes dancing . . . is known by her double, Elyse . . . dis- likes persistent people . . . hopes to be a secretary. ELYSE McCLEAF . . . likes dancing . . . is known by her twin, Eloise . . . dislikes obnoxious dancers . . . hopes to be a secretary. EUGENE MCGLAUGH- LIN . . . likes to collect stamps . . . is known by his brown sweater . . . dislikes to see girls wearing ocld socks . . . intends to work after graduation. LOIS McLAUGHLIN . . . likes dancing . . . is known by her dark lipstick . . . dislikes boys . . . hopes to be a government worker. ROBERT MARCH . . . likes sports . . . is known by his jokes . . . dislikes corny jokes . . . hopes to attend college. BOB MARTIN . . . likes biking . . . is known by the pencil behind his ear . . . dislikes mouthy girls . . . plans to be in rhe armed services. CHARLES MILLER . . . likes hiking . . . is known by his curly hair . . . dislikes checks . . . plans to be in the army. ROBERT MILLER . . . likes sports . . . is known by his job at the Western Union . . . dislikes girls in slacks . . . plans to enter Army Air Corps. HARRY MOSER . . . likes to collect stamps . . . is known by his identification bracelet . . . dislikes Shakespeare . . . intends to enter the armed services. JOHN MOSER . . . likes sports . . . is known by his G.I. haircut . . . dislikes cadets . . . has entered the Navy. TREVA MUNSHOUR . . . likes bicycling . . . is known by her singing . . . dislikes noisy boys . . .,hopes to be a nurse. JUNE MYERS . . . likes dancing . . . is known by her "Navy" scarf . . . dislikes false rumors . . . hopes to be a telephone operator. MARY CLARE MYERS . . .' likes music . . . is known by her piano playing . . . dislikes affected persons . . . hopes to specialize in music. MERLE MYERS . . . likes work- ing . . . is known by his green jacket . . . dislikes re- strictions on gum chewing . . . intends to enter the army. BETTY JO NAUGLE . . . likes dancing . . . is known by her hair . . . dislikes fat legs . . . plans to go to college. ,,-.-v-wnqwhqnmh v,,.f+,,,vf"'f,-v - s ,ww , 1 ZS' li' J' , if I ff 41' F, tx ,fy iff N3 A A u " ' ' ' hi 1 , ,."f121511 b 7 ,. 'Qi i f ' :yy 3- ,' ' L-1111 -3 sl yi.--t . I. 15 :5 . 1-:tu ipgljfl ' 4 1' P ' 4.1 ., .QW-aj, gd, , uggsfxf. ,.- ,zyaxzggn .AM , .5 af-,.1nYm,wdM H I NT V . -my V I . ,, ... V -1455 I W 'Q , :V .1f.f.l- , -1, gt 'M ' ' wx' f-ff -w Ay - "0 ,QW ' -vga Z, V A n fl 'V' .Mg m t H 4, .I H3535 .1 xi V v. V- Q., 1 1411. I r '- 4 .ANGBLO, CHRISTINA "Christy" Commercial Clubs: Dramatic, 1, 45 Eti- quette, 25 Chorus 4. BAcor, RUTH BEATRICE ABM., Commercial G.A.A., 1, Z5 Clubs: Dramatic, 15 Etiquette, 25 Chorus, 4. BnI'rcHEIa, ELIZABETH JANE rrBtuyv Academic Maroon and White, 2, 3, 4 G.A.A., 15 Clubs: Library, 1 45 Journalism, 2, 35 Chorusz 2, 3, 4. CASHMAN, EVELYN BEATRICE "Belly" Commercial G.A.A., 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. Cabi- net, 45 Clubs: Dramatic, 15 Etiquette, 25 Chorus, Z, 4. CULP, CHARLES RICHARD "Dick, Academic Maroon and White, 2, 35 Varsity Football Manager, 1 r v ANZENGRUBER, MARIE C. "Marie" Commercial G.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. Cabinet, 45 Clubs: Dramatic, 15 Etiquette, 2. BERKHEIMER, Doms JEANNE "Stumpy" Academic Class Treasurer, 15 Cannon- Aidg Maroon and White, 2, 3, 45 Student Council, 45 G.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. Cabinet, 4 fSec.J5 Cheerleader, 1, 2, 3, 45 Clubs: Dramatic, 15 Journal- ism, 2, 3 iPres.J5 National Honor Society. Bucl-IER, JEANNE LOUISE Hftannien Academic Cannon-Aid, 45 Maroon and White, Z, 3, 45 Clubs: Dra- matic, 15 Journalism, 2, 35 Red Cross Council, 45 Chorus, Z, 4. CLAPSAIJDLE, ANNA BARBARA "Anna" Commercial, 1, 2, 3 Vocational, 4 G.A.A., 15 Clubs: Dramatic, 1, 45 Knitting, 3. DAYHOFF, ROBERT JOSEPH PI'Bob!! Agricultural 2, 3, 4, J. V. Basketball, 1,25 F-F-A., 1, 2, 3. 4: Stage Varsity Basketball, 3, 45 Clubs: Journalism, 2, 35 Navigation- Mathematics, 45 Chorus, 2, 3 Crew, 4. BABLE, MARGAIQE1' HELEN ffpeggyn General Class Treasurer, 45 Cannon- Aidg Maroon and White, 1, 2, 3, 45 Mask and Wig, 2, 3 fSec.J, 4 iPres.J5 G.A.A., 1, Z, 3, 45 G.A.A. Cabinet, 45 G.H.S. History Club, 3, 45 Clubs: Journalism, 1, 2, 35 National Honor Society5 "Ad- ventures of Tom Sawyer," "New Fires,', "Suspense," "Leave It to Mother," "The House Without a Key." BoLLINGEn, ANNA ELIZABETH rfA nndu Commercial Rcording Secretary, 45 Can- non-Aid5 Maroon and White, Z5 Student Council, 1, 25 Mask and Wig, 45 National Thes- pians, 45 G.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. Cabinet, 45 Clubs: Journalism, 1, 35 Dramatic, 25 Chorus, Z, 3, 45 "Grandma and the American Way," "Little Women," "Christmas Carol." BUMBAUGH, BEIzNIcE LOUISE A .,, Bernie Commercial Maroon and White, 1, 2, 3, 45 G.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. Cabinet, 45 Clubs: Journalism, 1, 2, 35 Chorus, 2, 3, 4. CLINE, BARBARA JEAN REMV Academic Class Treasurer, 35 Cannon- Aid5 Maroon and White, 2, 3, 4 fFeature Ed.J5 Student Council, 2, 35 Mask and Wig, 45 National Thespians, 45 De- bating, 15 G.A.A., 1, Z, 3, 45 G.A.A. Cabinet, 4 iTreas.J5 G.H.S. History Club, 3, 45 Quill and Scroll5 Clubs: Dra- matic, 15 Journalism, Z, 3, 45 Chorus, 3, 45 Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 45 National Honor Societyg "Grandma and the American Way," "Leave It to Mother," "The House Without a Key." DILLMAN, ELOISE HELEN "Ellie,' Commercial Maroon and White, 1, 2, 3, 45 G.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. Cabinet, 45 Cheerleader, 1, 2, 3, 45 Clubs: Journalism, l, Z, 3, 45 Chorus, 2, 3, 45 "Little Women." i I CANNGN-AID 1944 BAGOT, ROSALIE BERNICE "Rosie,' Commercial G.A.A., l, 25 Clubs: Dramatic, 15 Etiquette, 25 Typing, 4. BREAM, CoE't'rA ELIZABETH "Coetta', Academic, 1, 2 Commercial, 3, 4 Maroon and White, Z, 3, 45 G.A.A., 1, 2, s, 4, G.A.A. Cabinet, 45 Band, 1, 2, 35 Orchestra, 3. CARBAUGH, MARY EDITH "Edith" Academic G.A.A., 15 Clubs: Classical, 15 Library, Z iPres.J, 4 iSec.J5 Home Economics, 35 Chorus, 2, 4. Cononx, JOSEPH ELwooo ffjoev Academic Cannon-Aid5 Maroon and White, 1, 2, 3, 45 Mask and Wig, 3, 45 National Thespians, 45 G.H.S. History Club, 3, 4 QV. Pres.J5 Clubs: Journalism, 2, 35 Chorus, 3, 4. DILLON, MARTHA IRENE "Kitty" Commercial Arencltsville Vocational School, Arendtsville, Pa., 1, Z5 G.A.A., 35 Clubs: Knitting, 35 Dra- matic, 45 Chorus, 4. DUNCAN, VIRGINIA LOUISE "Weasel" Commercial G.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 4: Clubs: Home Economics, 1, Etiquette, Z: Dramatics, 3, 4, "The House Without a Keyf' FINIcBoNER, DORIS M. l'fFinkIl Commercial Cannon-Aid: Maroon and White, 2, 3, 4: G.A.A., l, 3, 4, G.A.A. Cabinet, 4: Quill and Scroll, Clubs: Dramatic, 1: Journalism, 2, 3, 45 Chorus, 2, 3, 4. GoRMLEY, JOHN RICHARD "G'rumley', Business-Vocational F.F.A., 1, 3: Clubs: Battlefield, 2, Radio, 4. HALLER, PAUL GRAYsoN ffpdulll General Waynesboro H. S., Waynes- boro, Pa., 1, Z, Clubs: Pre- Induction, 4. HARTLAUB, EARL RICHARD "Wilbur" General G.H.S. History C l u b , 3: Clubs: Battlefield, 1, 2: Air Raid Warden, 3: Radio, 4. EPLEY, ARLENE IDELE "Blondie" Business-Vocational G.A.A., 2, 4: Clubs: Etiquette, 1, Dramatic, 43 Chorus, Z. FowLER, NORMAN HOKE PfH0kc!J Academic Cannon-Aid, Clubs: Airplane, 15 Radio, 2, Navigation-Mathe- matics, 4, Chorus, 2, 3. Go'rwALD, LUTHER ALEXANDER "Lutie,' Academic Cannon-Aid: Mask and Wig, 2, 3, 4, Debating, 1, 2: G.H.S. History Club, 3, 4, Clubs: Dramatic, 1, 4: Navigation- Mathematics, 4: Band, 1, 25 Orchestra, 1, 2, "Tom Saw- yer," "New Fires," "Why the Chimes Rang," "The Christ- mas Carol." HANAWALT, JOSEPH S. FP IJ ,loe Academic Cannon-Aid, Maroon and White, 1, Z, 3, 45 Mask and Wig, 2, 3, 4, Debating, 1, 2, 3, G.H.S. History Club, 3, 4: Clubs: Journalism, 1, 2, 3: Music, 4: Chorus, 4: Band, 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra, 1, Z, 3, 4, "Tom Sawyer," "New Firesf' "Suspense," "A Christmas Carol," "The House Without a Key." HARTMAN, EDWARD KIMBLE "Baldy" Academic J. V. Football, 1, 25 Varsity Track Manager, 2: Clubs: Airplane, 1, Radio, 2: Tum- bling, 4. FABER, ANNE LoUIsE rr ,I Anne Academic Cannon-Aid: Maroon and White, 1, 2, 3, 4 lEditorj3 Student Council, 3, QV. Pres.j 4, G.H.S. History Club, 4, Quill and Scroll, 4, Clubs: Library, 1: journalism, 2, 3, Chorus, 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society. GMNES, RosE ZITA erzelev Academic Cannon-Aid: Maroon and White, 2, 3, 4g Mask and Wig, 2, 3 lRec. Sec.l, 4, G.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 4: G.A.A. Cabinet, 4: G.H.S. History Club, 3, 4: Cheerleader, 1, 2, 3, 4, Clubs: Dramatic, lg Journalism, 2, 3, 4, Chorus, 4, "Tom Sawyerf' "New Fires." GREEN, WILLIAM FRANKLIN "G1eerIie', General Student Council, 3, 4 lPres.l: Clubs: Dramatic, 1, Pre-Induc- tion, 43 National Honor So- ciety. HAREAUGI-I, ANNA MAE "Flash" Home Economics G.A.A., lg Clubs: Knitting, lg Chorus, 2, 3. HELWIG, CHARLES DAVID, JR. "Charlie" General Clubs: Dramatic, 1. CANNON-AID 1944 FAIR, GEORGE CALVIN "George" General Cannon-Aid lBusiness Man- agerlg V. Basketball, lg Varsity Basketball, 2, 3, 4, Clubs: Sportsman, 1. GEYER, EI.INoR YvoNNE "Ellie,' Academic Cannon-Aid, Maroon and White, 2, 3, 4, G,A,A,, I, Z, 3, 4: G.A.A. Cabinet, 4: G.H.S. History Club, 3: Clubs: Dramatic, 1: Journalism, 2, 3, Chorus, 2, 3, 4. GRIFFIN, FRED "Fred" Academic Abbottstown H. S., Abbotts- town, Pa., l, 2: Class Presi- dent, 4g Cannon-Aid fCircula- tion Managerjg Clubs: Pre- Induction, 4, Chorus, 4: Band, 3, National Honor Society, "Foot-Loose." HARBAUGI-I, JOAN LOUISE "Jeanie" Academic G.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Clubs: Classical, 1, Library, 2, 4, Knitting, 3, Chorus, 2, 4. HENDERSON, BARBARA REED ffRndy,, Academic Cannon-Aid: Student Council, 2: G.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 4: G.A.A. Cabinet, 43 G.H.S. History Club, 3, 4, Clubs: Dramatic, 1, 2: First Aid, 35 Chorus, 2, 3, 4. 4 k HEss, GERALDINE LOUISE "Deanie" Academic Clubs: Dramatic, 1, Library, 2, 4, Knitting, 3. KENDLEPIART, RUTH VIRGINIA "Ginny" Academic Cannon-Aid, Maroon and White, l, 2, 3, 4 fNews Edi- torj, G.A.A., l, 2, 3, 4, G.H.S. History Club, 3, 4, Quill and Scroll, Clubs: Jour- nalism, 1, 2, 3, Navigation- Mathematics, 4, Chorus, 2, 3, 4. KRANIAS, CHARLES ERNEST "G'reek,' Academic Cannon-Aid, Maroon and White, 2, 3, 4, G.H.S. His- tory Club, 3, 4 lTreas.J, Clubs: Sportsman, 1, Journal- ism, 2, 3, 4, "Christmas Carol." LEWIS, CATHERINE MARIE "Catherine" Commercial Cannon-Aid, Maroon and White, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A., 1, 2, 3, Clubs: Dramatic, 1, Jour- nalism, 2, 3, 4, Chorus, 2. MCCLEAF, EI.YsE ALLISON er ,Lyyen Commercial Class Vice President, 1, Can- non-Aid, Maroon and White, 1, Z, 3, 4 lBus. Mgr.J, Stu- dent Council, 4, Mask and Wig, 3, 4 lRec. Sec.J, G.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. Cabinet, 4, G.H.S. History Club, 3, 4, Quill and Scroll, Clubs: Jour- nalism, 1, 2, 3, Chorus, 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society, "New Fires," "Leave It to Mother," "The House With- out a Key." HORNER, joI-IN B. HJ' B-,, Agricultural Class Vice President, 4, Stu- dent Council, 4, F.F.A., 2, 3, 4, Clubs: Dramatic, 1, "The House Without a Key.' KIME, RUTH ANNA "Kimie" Academic Fairfield H. S., Fairfield, Pa., 1, 2, 3, Clubs: First Aid, 4, Band, 4. KUHN, MARY ALDA f.Ma7y,, Commercial Clubs: Music, 1, 2. Lock, HELEN RosE "Helen" Commercial Cannon-Aid, Maroon and White, 3, 4, G.A.A., 1, 2, 3, Clubs: Dramatic, 1, Etiquette, 2, journalism, 3, 4. MCGLAUGHLIN, RAY EUGENE "Gene" Commercial Clubs: Dramatic, 1. JOHNSON, MYRTIS LoUIsE "Rebel" Commercial Landon H. S., Jacksonville, Fla., l, 2, 3, Cannon-Aid, Orchestra, 4. KITZMILLER, ROBERT EUGENE fPKitzD Commercial J. V. Basketball, 1, Z, Varsity Basketball, 3, 4, Clubs: Radio, 1. KUHN, SARAH ANNE ersdllyu Commercial Clubs: Music, 1, 2. LONG, JEANNE ANNE fPLdnkyiJ Academic Towson H. S., Towson, Md., 1, 2, Maroon and White, 3, 4, G.A.A., 3, 4, G.H.S. History Club, 3, Clubs: Journalism, 3, Dramatic, 4 lPres.D. MCLAUGHLIN, Lois VIRGINIA "Shorty" Commercial Red Cross Council, 1, Chorus, 4. CANNON-AID 1944 KEEPER, PHYLLIS CHRISTINE rrpbilv Home Economics, 1, 2, Com- mercial, 3, 4. G.A.A., 2, 4, Clubs: Etiquette, 1, Knitting, 3, Dramatic, 4, Chorus, 2. KNORR, JOHN CHRISTIAN "Christian" Academic Cannon-Aid, Maroon and White, 3, 4, Student Council, 3, Mask and Wig, 4, National Thespians, 4, Debating, Z, 3, 4, G.H.S. History Club, 3, 4, J. V. Football, 2, Varsity Track, 2, 3, 4, Clubs: Air- 1, Dramatic, 2, Jour- 3, Navigation-Mathe- plane, nalism, matics, 4, Chorus, 4, "Leave It to Mother," "The H o u s e Without a Key." LARKIN, SHIRLEY ANNE reLucky:J Academic Cannon-Aicl, Maroon and White, 2, 3, 4, Student Coun- cil, 1, 3, 4, Debating, 1, G.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. Cabinet, 4, G.H.S. History Club, 3, Clubs: Journalism, 1, 2, 3, 4, "Grandma and the American Way.'i MCCLEAF. ELOISE ALLISON "Loire" Commercial Cannon-Aid, Maroon and White, 2, Student Council, 4, G.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. Cabinet, 4, History Club, 3, 4, Clubs: Journalism, 1, Z, 3, Chorus, 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society. MARCH, ROBERT GORDON PPBob!l Academic Class President, 1, J.V. Bas- ketball, 1, 2, Varsity Basket- ball, 3, 4, Varsity Track, 3, Clubs: Sportsman, 3, Tum- bling, 4, Chorus, Z, 3. MARTIN, ROBERT WILLIAM "Bob" Business-Vocational F.F.A., 1, 2, 3: Tumbling , Club, 4. MuNsI-IouR, TREVA JEANNE "Tre'vie', Academic Cannon-Aid: Student Council, 2: G.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 4: G.A.A. Cabinet, 4: Clubs: Dramatic, 1: Chorus, 2, 3, 4. NAUGLE, BETTY Jo ANNE A-Ion Academic Cannon-Aid: G.A.A., 3, 43 Clubs: Etiquette, 1: Knitting, 2: First-Aid, 3: Library, 4: Chorus, 2, 3, 4. PRICE, WILLIAM EDWARD "Billy Commercial Varsity Track, 1, 2, 3, 4: Clubs: Battlefield, 1. REAVER, VIRGINIA ELSIE "Ginnic', Home Economics, 1, 2 Commercial, 3, 4 Clubs: Home Economics, 1. MILLER, ROBERT MAURICE rrskinnyu Academic G.H.S. History Club, 3, 4: J. V. Football, 1, 2: Stage Crew, 2, 3, 4: Clubs: Indian Lore, 1: Journalism, 2, 3: Pre-Induction, 4: Band, 1, 2, 3: Orchestra, 1, 2, 3: "Christmas Through the Ages," "A Christmas Carolf' MYERS, JUNE GERALDINE f-Jung, Commercial Cannon-Aid: G.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 4: Clubs: Home Economics, lg Knitting, Z: First-Aid, 3: Red Cross Council, 4: Chorus, 2, 3, 4: "The House Without a Key." NAUGLE, KEITH DONALDSON "Bubblehead" Commercial J. V. Football, 2: Clubs: Home Economics, 1: First-Aid, 3: Music, 4. RAFEENSPERGER, CONSTANCE M. "C on nic" Academic Cannon-Aid: M a ro o n and White, 3, 4: G.A.A., 1, 3, 4: G.A.A. Cabinet, 4: Clubs: Dramatic, 1: Chorus, 2, 3, 4. REBERT, ANNA MAE "Anna Maen Commercial Fairfield H. S., Fairfield, Pa., 1, 2, GAA., 3, G.H.s. His- tory Club, 3: Clubs: First-Aid, 3: Typing, 4. MosER, HARRY RICHARD ffDickJJ Commercial Clubs: Battlefield, 1: Debating, 2: Journalism, 4: "The House Without a Keyf' MYERS, MARY CLARE ,fMyT,,, Academic Class Treasurer, 2: Cannon- Aid: Maroon and White, l, Z, 3, 4: Student Council, 3: G.A.A., 1, 2, 4: G.A.A. Cabi- net, 4: G.H.S. History Club, 3, 4: Clubs: Dramatic, 1: Jour- nalism, 2, 3: Chorus, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra, 3, 4: National Honor Society: "Little Wom- en," "The House Without a Key." N EATRouR, GLADYS RUBY er kyu Commercial Boswell H. S., Boswell, Pa., 1, 2, 3: Service Club, 4. RAFEENSPERGER, EDGAR M. Pl'EdH Academic Class Vice President, 2: Class Secretary, 3: Cannon-Aid fSports Ed.J: Maroon and White fSports Ed.J, 3, 4: J. V. Football, 2: J. V. and Varsity Basketball Manager, 1, 2, 3: Varsity Track, 1, Z, 3: Quill and Scroll: Clubs: Sportsman, 1, 2: Journalism, 2, 3, 4: Pre- Induction, 4: Chorus, Z, 3, 4: Orchestra, 43 "Leave It to Mother," "The House With- out a Key." REBERT, KATI-IARINE AUDREY HKHW., Commercial Cannon-Aid: Student Council, 4: G.A.A., 1, Z, 3, 4: G.A.A. Cabinet fPres.J, 4: Clubs: Dramatic, 1: Red Cross Coun- cil, 3: Chorus, 2, 3, 4: Na- tional Honor Society: "Christ- rnas Around the World," "A Christmas Carol." CANNON-AID 1944 MosER, JOHN WILBUR HMMCU Commercial' J. V. Basketball, 1, 2: Varsity Basketball, 3, 4: Clubs: Tum- bling, 4. MYERS, MERLE CROMER A1-iny,, Commercial Clubs: Airplane, 1: First-Aid, 3: Tumbling, 4. POWER, PATRICIA MARIE RPM, Academic Cannon-Aid lEditorl: Maroon and White, 2, 3, 4: Student Council, 3: G.A.A., 1, 2, 3: Clubs: Dramatic, 1: Journal- ism 2, 3. RAMER, DoRIs ANNE "Cis.vie" Academic Class Secretary, 1, 2: Class Corresponding Secretary, 45 Cannon-Aid: Maroon and White, 2, 3, 4: Debating, 1: G.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 4: Cabinet, 4: G.H.S. History Club, 3, 4: Clubs: Dramatic, 1: Journalism, 2, 3: Chorus, Z, 3, 4. REDDING, NANCY TERESA "Nancy, Academic G.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 4: G.A.A. Cabinet, 4: Clubs: Dramatic, lg Journalism, 2, 3: Chorus, 2, 3, 4. V K if ig 'M F , REDDING, VERNA MARIE " Verna" Commercial Immaculate Conception Acad- emy, Puerto Rico, 2: Miami Sr. H. S., Miami, Fla., 3: G.A.A., 1, 3, 4, G.A,A. Cabi- net, 4: Clubs: Dramatic, 1, Chorus, 4. RUDISILL, ALBERT WILBUR PPRudyH Agricultural F.F.A., 1, 2, 3, 4 lPres.Jg Varsity Traclc, 2, 3. SCHROYER, ROBERT LAWRENCE "Mustard" Commercial Clubs: Indian Lore, 1, Music, 4. SHuLTz, FRANCIS ELIZABETH "I"anny,' Home Economics, 1, 2 Commercial, 3, 4 Clubs: Knitting, 1, 2. SLONAKER, TERESA ELIZABETH urrerryn Commercial G.A.A., lg Clubs: Dramatic, 1, Etiquette, 2: Typing, 4. RICE, MOLLIE RAE "Mollie Rae" Academic Maroon and White, 2, 3, 43 G.H.S. History Club, 3: Clubs: Latin, 1, Journalism, 2, 3, 43 Chorus, 2. SANDERS, DOROTHY GENEvIEvE 'PDOIHEU Commercial Debating, 3, 4, G.A.A., 2, 3, 4, Clubs: Etiquette, 2, Red Cross Council fPres.J, 43 Chorus, 2, 4, National Honor Society: "The House Without a Keyf' SHERMAN, DELORES F REDA Pfsish Commercial G.A.A., 1, 2, 3: Clubs: Dra- matic, lg Knitting, 2, Jour- nalism, 3g Chorus, 2, 39 "Christmas Around the World." SITES, RICHARD ARMOR "Butch" Commercial Clubs: Library, 1, Pre-Induo tion, 4. SMALL, MARY ELIZABETH ffLibU Academic Cannon-Aid, Maroon and White, 2, 3, 4g Student Coun- cil lSecretaryJ 3, Debating, lg G.A.A., 1, Z, 3, 4g G.A.A. Cabinet, 4, G.H.S. History Club, 3 fPres.j, 4, Clubs: Dra- matic, lg Journalism, 2, 3: Chorus, 2, 3, 4, Band, 3, 4: Orchestra, 3, 45 National Honor Society. RIDER, RITA MARIE "Refs" Commercial G.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. Cabinet QV. Pres.l, 4, Clubs: Dramatic, lg Etiquette, 2, Chorus, 4. SANDERS, JOSEPH O. "B eanrv General Clubs: Indian Lore, 1g Pre- Induction, 4. SHIELDS, MARGARET SusAN "Margie" Commercial G.A.A., 3, 4: Clubs: Etiquette, 1, 2, Typing, 4. SLIFER, LUTHER WALTER "Ghandi" Academic Kodailcanal School, Kodailzanal, S. India, 1, 2. SMALL, MARIAN LOUISE "Smally" Commercial G.A.A., 1, 3, 4, G.A.A. Cabi- net, 4g Clubs: Dramatic, 1, Chorus, 2, 3, 4. CANNON-AID 1944 RosENsTEEL, VIOLBT C. "Rosie" Commercial Maroon and White, 2, 3, 4, Mask and Wig, 3, 4, G.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 4: G.A.A. Cabinet, 49 Clubs: Etiquette, 1, Journal- ism, 2, 3, "Grandma and the American Wayf' "Suspense," "The House Without a Key." SANDERS. RICHARD CHARLES "Dick" Commercial Clubs: Pre-Induction, 4. SI-IRIvER, ERMA GRACE "Gracie" Home Economics, 1, 2 Commercial, 3, 4 Clubs, Music, 1, Knitting, Z. SLoNAKER, NANCY CATHERINE "Nancy" Commercial G.A.A., 1: Clubs: Dramatic, lg Etiquette, 2, Typing, 4. SMITH, CHARLES WILLIAM "Charlie" Agricultural F.A.A., 3, Clubs: Dramatic, lg Band, 2, 3, "The House With- out a Key." SMITH, GLADYS MAE rr Gays: Academic Cannon-Aid: Student Council, 4, G.A.A., lg Clubs: Dra- matic, 1, Journalism, 23 Red Cross Council, 3, Chorus, 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society: "Christmas Around the Worldf' S'rocIc, FRANCES MARY "Fritzie'J Commercial Maroon and White, 2, G.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 43 G.A.A. Cabinet, 4: Clubs: Typing, lg Red Cross Council, 2. UTECH, EUGENE FREDERICK "Spider" Academic Lower Paxton H. S., Lower Paxton, Pa., 1g Varsity Basket- ball, 3, 4, Clubs: Airplane, Z: Tumbling, 4. WEAVER, CHARLES MORTIN "Bunny" Commercial J. V. Football, 2, Varsity Foot- ball, 3, 4, Clubs: Battlefield, 2: Pre-Induction, 4. WHITE, HARVEY MELVIN, JR. uhm., Commercial Cannon-Aid: Maroon and White, 3, 4, Mask and Wig, 4, Clubs: Airplane, 1, 2, "Why the Chimes Rang," "Ad- ventures of Tom Sawyerf' "Foot-Loose," "The House Without a Key." SMITH, Jo ANN rrjou Commercial Maroon and White, 2, 3g De- bating, 1, G.A.A., 1, 2, 3: G.H.S. H i s t o r y Club, 3: Clubs: Dramatic, 1 3 Journal- ism, 2, 3, Chorus, Z, 3, 4. STONER, PAUL FREDERICK "Rocltn Academic Class President, 3, Student Council, 2, 3: Mask and Wig, 4, Clubs: Sportsman, lg Navi- gation-Mathematics, 4, "Grand- ma and the American Way," "A Christmas Carol." UTZ, ANN LOUISE "Utzie', Commercial Cannon-Aid, Maroon and White, 1, Z, 3, 4, Student Council, 29 G.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 4: G.A.A. Cabinet, 4, G.H.S. History Club, 3, 4: Clubs: Dramatic, 1, Journalism, 2, 3. WEAVER, SAMUEL BROWN .foxy Commercial Class Vice President, 3, Stu- dent Council, 2, 35 J. V. Foot- ball, lg Varsity Football, 2, 3, 43 Varsity Track, 2, 35 Air- plane Club, l. WINEBRENNER, CHARLOTTE L. "Reds" Academic Cannon-Aid: Maroon and white, I, 2, 3, G.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 43 G.A.A. Cabinet, 4, Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4, Clubs: Journalism, 1, 2, 3: Chorus, 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society: "Little Women," "Leave It to Mother." SPONSELER, EsTI-IER NAOMI "Shorty" Home Economics Clubs: Sewing, 1, 2. STRICKI-1oUsER, MARY JANE ff ,, Jane Commercial Cannon-Aid, G.A.A., 1, Clubs: Dramatic, 1, 3, 43 Chorus, 2, 3, 4, Library, 2: "Christmas Around the Worldf' "The House Without a Key." WARMAN, RUTH ARLENE "Ruthie" Commercial Cannon-Aid, Mask and Wig, 3, 4: G.A.A., 2, 3, 4, Clubs: Dramatic, 1, 3, 4, Library, 2: Chorus, 2, 3, 4g "New Fires," "Suspense," ' ' C h r i s t m a s A r o u n d the World," "A C h r i s t m a s Carol," "The House Without a Key." WEIGLE, EMILY JANE fFLecH Academic East Berlin H. S., East Berlin, Pa., 1, Clubs: Library, 2: Dra- matic, 3 lSecretaryJ, 4, Chorus, 4, Band, 2. WISLER, GLADYS ALVERTA "Chick" Home Economics Clubs: Knitting, 1. CANNON-AID 1944 S'I'EINoUR, EUGENE BERNARD "Gene" Commercial Clubs: Battlefield, lg Radio, 4. TROSTLE, DARLENE BETTY "Darlene" Academic G.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 4, G.H.S. History Club, 3, 4: Clubs: Dramatic, 1, 33 Knitting, Z: Red Cross Council, 4, Na- tional Honor Society: "Foot- loose.'3 WAYBRIGHT, HORACE I-1Ess "Horace" Agricultural F.F.A., 1, 2, 3, 4 iTreasurerl. WETZEL, GLADYS LUCILLE "Gladie" Academic Cannon-Aid: Maroon and White, Z, 3, 45 Student Coun- eil, 3: Mask and Wig, 4g G.A.A., 3, 4: G.H.S. History Club, 3, 49 Clubs: Dramatic, lg Journalism, 2, 3, 43 Chorus, 2, 3, 4: Band, 4gi"New Fires," "A Christmas Carol." YINGLING, LILLIAN ELIZABETH FPLHJI Academic Delone Catholic H. S., Mc- Sherrystown, Pa., 1, Clubs: Li- brary, 4. CANNON-AID 1944 ZINN, HAROLD ZEIGLER "SonnyU Academic Cannon-Aidg Maroon and White, 1, 2, 3, 45 Clubs: G.H.S. History Club, 3g Jour- nalism, 1, 2, 3, 45 Chorus, 2, 3, 45 "Christmas Around the World." MILLER, CHARLES FREEMAN Hfunioru Agricultural ERA., 1, 2, 3, 4. CLASS OFFICERS fLel:t to rightj Doris Ramer, Corresponding Secretaryg john Horner, Vice President Fred Griffin, Presidentg Anna Bollinger, Recording Secretaryg Margaret Bahle, Treasurer. Y Mas. HEINTZELMAN MR. FIDLER Sincere appreciation to Mrs. Heintzelman and Mr. Fidlet for the interest exerted in our behalf during the four years just completed. At no time in planning for class organization or for social functions have we been without their friendly help and expert guidance. By reason of sharing in our struggles as well as in our triumphs, they have endeared themselves to the members of our class. Our hope is that they may remember us as boys and girls with whom they have had pleasant associations and in whom they will always have an interest. 1 CANNON-AID 1944 CANNON-AID 1944 DEFINITIONS N - - KEITH NAUGLE likes popular music . . . is known by Anna Bollinger . . . dislikes people who tell fan- tastic tales . . . hopes to join the Navy. GLADYS NEATROUR likes to read . . . is known by her short figure . . . dislikes being teased . . . hopes to become a secretary. PATRICIA POWER likes to dance . . . is known by "Sis and Jane" . . . dislikes getting up in the morning . . . hopes to join the Cadet Nurse Corps. WILLIAM PRICE likes wolfing . . . is known by his odd clothes . . . dislikes cold nights . . . hopes to go into the electrical field. CONSTANCE RAF- FENSPERGER likes to play the piano . . . is known by her freckles . . . dislikes high heeled shoes and anklets . . . hopes to become a nurse. EDGAR RAF- FENSPERGER likes popular music . . . is known by his ears . . . dislikes "lilies" . . . plans to enter the Army. DORIS RAMER likes dancing . . . is known by her bangs . . . dislikes flirty girls . . . hopes to become a nurse. VIRGINIA REAVER likes hiking . . . is known by her shadow, Sease . . . dislikes boy crazy girls . . . hopes to work in a factory. ANNA MAE REBERT likes dancing . . . is known by her voice . . . dislikes bragging . . . plans to be a PBX operator. KATH- ARINE REBERT likes to read . . . is known by the pencil over her ear . . . dislikes boasting . . . plans to become a stenographer. NANCY REDDING likes to read . . . is known by her big mouth . . . dislikes high heeled shoes and anklets . . . plans to become a nurse. VERNA REDDING likes dancing . . . is known by her red coat . . . dislikes bragging . . . plans to become a nurse. MOLLIE RAE RICE likes swing music . . . is known by her silly giggle . . . dis- likes teddy bear haircuts . . . plans to go to college. RITA RIDER likes dancing . . . is known by Charlie Smith . . . dislikes boasting . , . plans to become a stenographer. VIOLET ROSENSTEEL likes dancing . . . is known by military insignia . . . dislikes bow ties . . . hopes to be a secretary. ALBERT RUDISILL likes hiking . . . is known by Jean Kuhn . . . dislikes "lies" . . . hopes to join the Navy. DOROTHY SANDERS likes dancing . . . is known by Lois McLaughlin . . . dislikes snobs . . . hopes to work and travel. JOSEPH SANDERS likes sports . . . is known by Tubby Small . . . dislikes girls who smoke . . . hopes to join the Army. RICHARD SANDERS likes stamp collecting . . . is known by his "Red Hook" hat . . . dislikes boys that wear "Li1' Abner" shoes . . . hopes to join the Army or go into the store business. ROBERT SCHROYER likes to shoot pool . . . is known by Bunny Weaver . . . dislikes people who brag . . . plans to enter the Navy. DELORES SHERMAN likes dancing . . . is known by Pat Power and jane Vfinebrenner . . . dislikes people who tell tall tales . . . plans to do defense work. MARGARET SHIELDS likes to collect senti- mental pictures . . . known by her small features . . . dislikes boasting . . . hopes to open a dress shop. ERMA SHRIVER likes skating . . . is known by the colors, blue and red . . . dislikes knee length stockings . . . hopes to become a secretary. FRANCES SHULTZ likes skating . . . is known by her freckles . . . dislikes stripes and plaids . . . plans to be a secretary. RICH- ARD SITES likes sports . . . is known by his big nose . . . dislikes girls who smoke . . . hopes to join the Navy. LUTHER SLIFER likes to collect bird wings . . . is known by a crew haircut . . . dislikes a joke that has been repeated constantly . . . plans to go to college. NANCY SLONAKER likes hiking . . . is known by Teresa Slonaker . . . dislikes boasting . . . hopes to be a stenographer. TERESA SLON- AKER likes hiking . . . is known by Nancy Slonaker . . . dislikes boasting . . . plans to become a stenographer. my-ssmzv-z.-A-Q-v-I---r wwnwwmqww. -,-v.-N-W,-,v-u-A-vw-f,:m'+.. 'K K4 'Q .u,.-vA""'-0,59 iw 2 A" l SN. 1 . -' A -' 2 'iff ' 5 ' ' iz ' 59 H ' . , Q , i Q f , A ' 1 A X -' . ' ,F "QL, , L f 5 X . x,,. Q , - ' 25 V 7 V S 2 wx " r , Q ' Wg i. ' . 'Lx' MSR ' 11 r V i If xx it gf , f ,Q pg Q . 55 N a'-Hm"'g4,.,2 if wg E V wk YV, ','A ' Xl Al X WWE ni: 'E 5 I! 2 ZZ' x J' I ".' XX ' 1 W 1 lv-. - h NDERCU-X MEN OFFicERs-President ...,........,,,, Vice President ,.,,,,.... UNICDRS Secretary ..,,.....,,.,A........,,.,, Treasurer ,,,,,.,,........,.,,,.,,..,,,. AovzsERs-Miss Scott, Mr. Adams, Donald Altemose, Richard Anzengruber, Virginia Bancroft, William Barb, Violet Baughman, Betty Lou Berkheimer, Nancy Blocher, Carolyn Bower, Phyllis Bowers, Winifred Bucher, Helen Bucher, Kathryn Buehler, Jane Carbaugh, Edward Carbaugh, Shirley Coiielt, Eloise Coffman, Freda Conti, Vincent Cromer, William Crouse, Rita Deatriclc, Bernice Drake, Thelma Ecker, Gloria Eckert, Dale Eckert, Doris Eilcer, Phyllis Eisenhart, Sefton Emlet, Harry Enoch, Janet Epley, Richard Evans, Betty Fair, Lucille Feeser, Edward Fidler, Eugene Fidler, Richard Fiscel, Viola Forry, Louise Gaines, Doris Galbraith, Joseph Gallagher, Leo Geiselman, Janice Gitlin, Doris Grieb, Johanna Haehnlen, Fred Wolf Harbaugh, Jean Harbaugh, Myrna Heller, Fay Herr, Atdella Horner, William Idle, Dunning Jacobs, Richard Jelfcoat, Grace Johnson, Barbara Jones, Kathleen Jones, Margaret Keeney, Walter Kennell, Arthur Kennell, Marcette Kepner, Anna Kessel, Mary King, Janet Knorr, Cornelius Kuhn, Jean Lazos, Helen Lee, Robert Leedy, John Little, Bernard Little Bert 1 Y McDonnell, Richard McGlaughlin, Patrick Miclcley, Sara Millhimes, Betty Millhimes, Mary Moore, Ida Mae Myers, Rachel Ogden, William Pepple, Doris Plattenburg, Doris Rasmussen, Norman Reaver, Phyllis Redding, John Rohrbaugh, Arlene Rothhaupt, Lloyd Rudisill, Leroy Sachs, Janice Sanders, Robert Sanders, Sarah Schultz, Richard CANNON-AID 1944 Norman Rasmussen William Ogden ,,,,.,....,Harold Emlet ,Arlene Rohrbaugh Schwartz, John Scott, Patricia Sentz, Treva Settle, Sharple Sheads, Shealer Shealer Harold ss, Shirley Robert , Alice , Richard Sheffer, John Shriver, Evelyn Shulley, Larira Small, Harold Smith, Doris Smith, Harold Smith, James Smith, Luther Sorlie, Ruth Spahr, Jeanne Spangler, Harry Sperry, William Sponseller, Anna Stansbury, Gloria Sterner, Helen Stevenson, Joseph Stitt, Jean Strong, Joseph Taute, Naomi Thrush, George Topper, Hermine Tressler, Alice Troxell, William Wagner, Nancy Walker, Gene Walter, Mildred Waybright, Lois Weaner, Richard Wenschhof, Rebecca Wentz, Mildred Wildasin, Betty Williams, Donald Williams, Gertrude Winebrenner, Jane Wolff, Barbara Yingling, Mary K .M 4 Q . P f A , 3 A 14 SNES wi lil . -Q 2- 15,2 " SCDPHGMORES OFFICERS-President .,...,.....,...,7. Vice President ,.,...,,A Secretary ..,,,......,........,.,.,.,, ...,, Treasurer ....,,,...,.,,,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ADVISERS-Mrs. Bower, Mr. Haehnlen Adams, Herbert Amick, Nancy Angell, Betty Arndt, Robert Baker, Lucille Beclcer, Evelyn Borleis, Lillian Bowling, Gilbert Brindle, Henrietta Brindle, Mary Bucher, Mary Bushman, Charles Cargas, Canela Chronister, Richard Cleveland, Doris Cofiield, Robert Cole, Janice Cole, Patricia Coleman, William Collins, Betty Crabill, Mary Jane Crouse, Rhoda Culver, Caroline Curley, Charles Dickert, Rena Dietrich, Loy Dorsey, Ira Dorsey, Sterrett Drake, Ramona Eberhart, Francis Eiker, William Felix, Harry Fidler, Leonard Fissel, Darlene Flaherty, William Forry, Earl Fortenbaugh, Ruth Foulk, Frances Fridinger, Mary L. Fulton, Margaret Furney, Kathleen Garlach, Francis Geisler, Harold Gigous, Margaret Gladhill, Betty Gorman, George Gormley, William Goulden, Leo Hand, Harold Hansford, Kathleen Hamer, Esther Hartman, Virgil Heatwole, Fred Heintzelman, Richard Helwig, Robert Hemler, Anna Hess, Jacquelyn Hess, James Heyser, Robert Hinlcle, Dorothy Jeffcoat, Anna Johnston, Joan Kane, Delores Keefer, Clair Keefer, Earl Keeney, Miriam Kint, Russell Knepper, Mary Lou Lawyer, Phyllis Leeming, Betty Lochbaum, Wanda Lower, Emma McDonnell, Allen Mattingly, Nelson Miller, Granville Moritz, Blanche Moser, Betty Lee Mountain, Scott Moyer, Milton Musselman, Glenn Musselman, Jean Myers, Grace Myers, Nancy Myrick, Earl Nunemalcer, Theresa Oyler, Barbara Oyler, Doris Plattenburg, Kathleen Pottorff, June Raffensperger, David Raifensperger, Donald Rasmussen, David Rebert, Ethel Redding, Raphael Redding, Raymond Redding, Richard Reed, Marberh Reesman, James Rider, Charles Ridinger, Margaret Riley, Teresa CANNON AID 1944 cr.,r,,,.r.Walter Mountain David Rasmussen , ,,,,,,, Luther Sachs 7 ,,..,.,,,, Charles Rider Rohrbaugh, Lorraine Rudisill, Doris Sachs, Luther Sanders, Curvin Sanders, Jacqueline Sanders, Mary Louise Saylor, Robert Schartiger, Lucille Schweitzer, Robert Scott, John Sease, Ralph Settle, Paul Sharpless, Betty Shetter, Dorothy Shields, Anna Shields, Janet Shindledecker, Mary Shriver, Charles Shultz, Robert Sixeas, Janet Slonaker, Margaret Small, Thomas Small, Viola Smith, Darlene Smith, Dorothy Smith, Philimine Snider, Evelyn Spence, Dorothea Spranlcle, Marguerite Starry, Ruth Steinour, Francis Strickhouser, Raymond Swisher, Rose Marie Swope, Jane Teeter, Betty Timbers, Eugene Tonsel, William Townsend, Dorothy Trussell, Richard Ullrich, Elsie Waddell, Evelyn Waybright, Geraldine Wentz, Robert Wetzel, Louise Wherley, Belle Whittinghill, Richard Wolfgang, Walter Woods, David White, Gertrude Wilson, Rheda Ziegler, Barbara FRESHMEN OFF1cERs-President ......,.,.......,,.. Vice President ,,,,,..,, Secretary ....A,,,,,,,,,,.AA.,.,,,,.A Treasurer ,.......,..,............,..... ADv1sERs-Mrs. Tilberg, Mr. Sheads Adams, Helen Barhehenn, Minnie Barnes, Earl Bishing, Mary Blocher, Elizabeth Bowling, Geneva Bream, Jean Bream, Myrna Bucher, Donald Bucher, Paul Carn, Delma Carter, Esther Clapsaddle, Keith Cole, Eugene Coover, Christine Cunningham, Patrick Curley, Helen Deaner, Kathryn Decker, Anna Doersom, Donald Donmoyer, John Dubbs, Winneld Eiker, Robert Fedor, Lois Fedor, Louise Felix, Jane Felix, Richard Fleming, Maurice Ford, Elizabeth Fox, Howard Geiman, Chester Geisler, Evelyn Hankey, Anna Hankey, Betty Hankey, Roland Harner, Seymour Hartlauh, Glenn Hartlauh, Kenneth Hartman, Jack Heagey, Evelyn Heatwole, Carole Heim, Paul Heintzelman, Mary Heller, Betty Helwig, George Hemler, Clair Hemler, Lorraine Herr, Maybelle Hershey, Jay Hess, joseph Hess, Richard Hockey, Henry Hoffman, Daniel Howard, Russell Hull, Julia Jelfcoat, Viola Johnson, Richard jones, Winifred Karas, Doris Keckler, Martha Keefer, Joyce Keefer, John Keefer, Treva Kepner, Ruth Kime, Nadine Kitzmiller, Doris Klinefelter, Barbara Kranias, Mary Lou Kump, June Landis, Jesse Lazos, Mary Leech, James Legore, Peggy Lewis, William Little, Delores MacPherson, Frances McLaughlin, Lawrence McKenrick, John Martin, Martha Menchey, Phyllis Miller, Evelyn Miller, Helen Myers, Harry Moser, Beatrice Moser, Edgar Moser, Jack Munshour, james Nunemaker, William Olson, Howard Plank, Naomi Ralfensperger, Ann Ralfensperger, Madeline Ramer, jane Reaver, Charles Rebert, Janice Redding, Ida Redding, Russell Redding, William Reynolds, Floyd Rinehart, Alma Roberts, James Rodgers, Charles Rodgers, Fred Rohrhaugh, Mary Rudisill, Marcella Rudisill, Pearl Sanders, June Scott, Dale Scott, Dorothy Shanehrook, Nancy Shaner, Richard Shanoltz, Lindy Sharrah, Wilmer Sheffer, Dale l CANNON-AID ......,.,Dean Stuitz -,.,.,,Fred Rodgers ,. ,.,,,,r jane Ramer Elizabeth Blocher Shetter, Geraldine Shorb, William Shriver, Gladys Shull, Catherine Shull, Vivian Shultz, Howard Shultz, Sylvia Shupe, Ruth Singley, Ralph Small, Catherine Small, Lois Smith, Peggy Ann Snyder, john Snyder, Oneida Sponseller, Helen Stambaugh, Jeannine Stambaugh, Roxey Steinberger, Thomas Steinour, joseph Sterner, Donald Sterner, Marie Stock, Ann Strohm, Fannie Rae Stultz, Dean Taughinbaugh, Doris Tipton, William Tonsil, Emma Townsend, Alton Trostle, Walter Vaughn, Mary Vogel, Paul Vogel, Thelma Wherley, Betty Wherley, Dorothy White, Julius Wolf, Stanley Woodward, Gladys 1944 CANNON-AID 1944 DEFINITIONS S - - Z ELIZABETH SMALL likes dancing . . . is seen always with R. Z. Gaines . . . hates waiting for slow people . . . is planning to enter Cadet Nurse Corps. MARIAN SMALL likes dancing . . . has two dimples . . . dislikes sad sacks . . . hopes to do secretarial work. CHARLES SMITH makes model airplanes . . . hates to hear corny remarks . . . dislikes terrible looking hats . . . is going to join the Air Corps. GLADYS SMITH likes reading . . . is recognized by her freckles . . . doesn't like conceited people . . . plans to enter college. JO ANN SMITH likes to collect snapshots . . . is seen with Kay Jones . . . dislikes gushing . . . plans to work in a telegraph office. ESTHER SPON- SELLER likes to collect stamps . . . talks quite a bit . . . dislikes reading . . . hopes to work in a defense plant. EUGENE STEINOUR likes to read . . . known by his height . . . dislikes radio "Soap Operas" . . . plans to work. FRANCES STOCK likes dancing . . . is recognized by her loud colors . . . dislikes two-faced people . . . plans to do secretarial work. FRED STONER likes music . . . is always seen rushing around . . . dislikes poor personalities . . . hopes to enter the Navy v-12. JANE STRICKHOUSER likes reading . . . is known by her smile . . . doesn'r like to comb hair . . . hopes to do secretarial work. DARLENE TROSTLE likes reading . . . is always seen with an armful of books . . . doesn't like to see lavender and pink together . . . plans to enter nurses' training. EUGENE UTECH likes sports . . . is tall and lanky . . . dislikes women . . . plans to go to college. ANN UTZ likes dancing . . . is known by her bangs . . . doesnit like sissy boys . . . plans to do secre- tarial work. RUTH WARMAN likes sports . . . known by initials R.A.W .... doesn't like the expres- sion "Spread Out" . . . hopes to become a stenographer. HORACE WAYBRIGHT likes to help on the farm . . . is recognized by his F.FQA. emblem . . . dislikes cows . . . is going to farm. CHARLES WEAVER likes to collect football players' pictures . . . is known by his Wee! Wah! yell . . . dislikes women . . . is going to enter the service. SAMUEL WEAVER likes sports . . . is chunky . . . dislikes wolfesses . . . has entered Army Air Corps. EMILY JANE WEIGLE likes reading . . . is known by her tongue always sticking out . . . dislikes singing commercials . . . hopes to be a dietitian. GLADYS WETZEL likes music . . . is always smiling . . . doesn't like girls who act like babies . . . plans to enter nursing school. HARVEY WHITE, JR., likes fishing . . . recognized by his black hair . . . hates to get up in the morning . . . plans to enter the service. CHARLOTTE WINEBRENNER likes dancing . . . is known by her red hair . . . dislikes ladies' hats . . . plans to go to college. GLADYS WISLER likes to collect photographs . . . known for her smile . . . dislikes stuck-up kids . . . hopes to get a defense job. LILLIAN YINGLING likes reading . . . is known for her reddish blond hair . . . hates to see anklets with high heels . . . plans to work. HAROLD ZINN likes to collect dance records . . . always has rosy cheeks . . . doesn't like sleeping with people who have cold feet . . . hopes to be a horticulturist. 1 Q, ,M 1 4 .X . Q , ' ' "Ii.QH"'C'1QZf'y' K '- x vs- f x f 1 M f fwfr ' '7 1" 31-,NF 15 13-L?-' .fy 23' gn :L 5 55.23" Q ffm 5 f N A ll' I , v f t - 1. , ' HD . Alas frvf fs, ,Vw f 'Fl In 1, 1, ' w w- ' .V ,J R f YV. wwf,-' I 4 :uI"fi'1 ' . .Hgh Zi. FE-,ul A ' WA"-,, , R, VV I ,, "i'f.7'i'1 :ff- ' ,, , IV" -sp- U , -4 w '43 gjfii f? ' F ,.,.- fm V 11 ' KU. ,, 4 W , ,fig Mg.-. .V s 4 , .N 'gp " 5 "hay W '-. J, .J-fn-' uw' fm f .ri . ., 'I W.,-.v In ' L BS CANNON-AID 1944 NATIONAL HONGR SCCIETY Seated-Willianx Green, Dorothy Sanders, Elizabeth Small, Mary Clare Myers, Eloise McCleaf, Fred Griffin. Standing-Charlotte Winebrenner, Gladys Smitb, Elyse Mccleaf, Anne Faber, Barbara Cline, Margaret Bable, Darlene Trostle, Katharine Rebert, Doris Berlclueimer, QUILL AND SCRULL Seated--Miss Josephine Howe fAdviserl, Edgar Raflensperger, Barbara Cline, Elyse McCleaf, Doris Finlcboner, Miss Louise Ramer fAdviserl. Standing-Virginia Kendlebart, Anne Faber, William Cromer, Wlilliam Sperry, James Smitb, Gloria Eclcer, Jeanne Spabr, Doris Ann Gaines. CANNON-AID 1944 STUDENT CCUNCIL First Row--Miss Mcllhenny fAdviserDg Barbara Wolff lSec.l, Walter Keeney KV. Presb, William Green Presb: Norman Rasmussen lTreas.lg Anne Faber, Mr. Troxell lAdviserl, Second Row-Peggy Ridinger, Gladys Smith, Betty Leeming, Patricia Cole, Katharine Rebert, Eloise McCleaf, Shirley Larkin, Elyse McCleaf, Doris Berkheimer. Third Row-Dean Stultz, Richard McDonnell, Richard Trussell, Phyllis Reaver, Gloria Eclcer, Fannie Rae Strohm, Barbara Klinefelter. Fourth Row-John Horner, Walter Mountain, Dunning Idle, George Thrush, Richard Heintzelman, Howard Fox, Dale Sheffer. RED CROSS COUNCIL First Row-Peggy Smith, Roxey Stambaugh, June Myers lSec.lg William Sperry 12nd V. Presjg Dorothy Sanders lPres.l, Mildred Reaver KV. Preslg Carolyn Blocher lTreas.lg Miss Scott lAdviserl. Second RowfHelen Adams, Ruth Shupe, Caroline Culver, Marguerite Sprankle, Anna Mae Hemler, Phyllis Menchey, ,lean Musselman, Louise Forry, Anna Mae Rehert. Third RowfMary Bisbing, Lorraine Hemler, Janet Slxeas, Miriam Keeney, Jean Stitt, Nancy Berkheimer, Helen Lazos. Fourth Row-Jeanne Bucher, Darlene Trostle, Doris Pepple, Barbara Cline, Mary Clare Myers, Ruth Warman. Fifth Row-Walter Trestle, Charles Curley, Joseph Hess, Granville Miller, james Roberts. CANNON-AID 1944 MARCQN AND WHITE STAFF Margaret Buble, Doris Berkheimer, Betty Britcher, Jeanne Bucher, Bernice Bumbaugh, Barbara Cline, Joseph Codori, Richard Culp, Eloise Dillman, Gloria Ecker, Anne Faber, Doris Finlcboner, Ruth Fortenbaugh, Doris Ann Gaines, Rose Zita Gaines, Elinor Geyer, Doris Gitlin, Joseph Hanawalt, Harold Hand, Richard Heintzelman, Kath- leen jones, Virginia Kendlehart, Miriam Keeney, Charles Kranias, Shirley Larkin, Catherine Lewis, Helen Lock, Elyse McCleaf, Grace Myers, Mary Clare Myers, Patricia Power, Connie Raffensperger, Edgar Ralfensperger, Doris Ramer, Marbie Reed, Mollie Rae Rice, Violet Rosensceel, Joseph Sanders, Elizabeth Small, Harold Small, Jeanne Spahr, Rose Marie Swisher, Betty Teeter, Ann Utz, Mildred Walter, Gladys Wetzel, Harvey White, .lane Winebt'enner, Barbara Ziegler, Harold Zinn. Miss Josephine Howe4Business Adviser Miss N. Louise Ramer-Editorial Adviser l i i IGURNALISM CLUB Minnie Barbehenn, Carolyn Blocher, Jeanne Bream, Gloria Eclcer, Ruth Fortenbaugh, Doris Ann Gaines, Doris Gitlin, Harold Hand, Richard Heintzelman, Mary Heintzelman, Kathleen Jones, Miriam Keeney, Barbara Klinefelter, Cornelius Knorr, Betty Leeming, Catherine Lewis, Helen Loclc, Harry Moser, Grace Myers, Ann Ralfensperger, Edgar Raffensperger, Marbie Reed, Mollie Rae Rice, Joseph Sanders, Harold Small, Rose Marie Swisher, Betty Teeter, Mildred Walter, Barbara Wolff, Barbara Ziegler, Harold Zinn. Miss N. Louise Ramer-Adviser CANNON-AID IQ44 CANNON-AID STAFF SENIOR FEATURE SNAPSHOTS SPORTS Barbara Cline M Cl M Ed R ff Shirley Larkin H211 Frflfief M saflfm iifliiffffir Virginia Kendlehart Luther Gofwald Elyse McCleaf Elinor Geyer SUBSCRIPTION FACULTY and CLASSES Gladys Wetzel Helen Lock grevff Bgu?fSh0Uf TYPISTS Robert Kitzmiller 'onme 3 ensperger A Sam Weaver Doris Berlcldeimer Betty Jo Naugle ADVISER D0f0fhY Sanders Charles Kranias Miss Ruth Spangler Robert Schroyer jane Striclchouser Katharine Rebert Ruth Warman Catherine Lewis joe Coclori Jeanne Bucher Harvey White SENIOR WRITE-UPS Gladys Smith Anne Faber Joe Hanawalt Eloise Mccleaf john Knorr Margaret Bable Myrtis Johnson ADVERTISEMENT Doris Finlcboner Anne Bollinger Harold Zinn Doris Ramer june Myers Rose Zita Gaines Anne Utz CANNON-AID 1944 CHCDRUS AND MUSIC Seniors-Angelo, C., Bagot, B., Bollinger, A., Britcher, B., Bucher, J., Bumbaugh, B., Carbaugh, E., Cash- man, E., Clapsaddle, A., Cline, B., Codori, J., Dillman, E., Dillon, M., Faber, A., Finlcboner, D., Gaines, R. Z., Geyer, E., Griffin, F., Hanawalt, J., Harbaugh, A., Harlmugh, J., Henderson, B., Hess, G., Kendlehart, V., Knorr, J., Long, J., McCleaf, E., McCleaf, E., McLaughlin, L., Miller, R., Munshour, T., Myers, J., Myers, M. C. Naugle, B. J., Neatrour, G., Ralfensperger, C., Raifensperger, E., Ramer, D., Rebert, K., Redding, N., Redding: V., Rider, R., Sanders, D., Small, E., Small, M., Smith, G., Smith, A., Strickhouser, J., Warman, R., Weigle, E., Wetzel, G., Winebrenner, C., Zinn, H. Juniors-Baughman, B., Bower, P., Bucher, K., Coflelt, E., Coffman, F., Conti, V., Crouse, R., Drake, T., Eilcer, P., Fiscel, V., Forry, L., Gaines, D. A., Geiselman, J., Gitlin, D., Harbaugh, J., Harbaugh, M., Herr, A., Johnson, B., Kennell, M., Kepner, A., King, J., Knorr, C., Miclcley, S., Millhimes, B., Moore, I. M., Pepple, D., Reaver, M., Reaver, P., Rohrbaugh, A., Sachs, J., Sanders, S., Schwartz, J., Sentz, T., Settle, H., Shealer, A., Shriver, E., Shulley, L., Small, H., Smith, D., Spahr, J., Sterner, H., Taute, N., Tressler, A., Wagner, N., Way- 1 bright, L., Wenschoff, R., Wentz, M., Wildasin, B., Williams, G., Winebrenner, ' fa a 1 ul: Q fm Sophomores-Amiclc, N., Becker, E., Borleis, L., Brindle, H., Brindle, M., Bucher, M., Cargas, C., Cleveland D., Cole, J., Cole, P., Collins, B., Crabill, M. J., Crouse, R., Culver, C., Diclcert, R., Dorsey, S., Drake, R., For tenbaugh, R., Fridinger, M. L., Fulton, M., Gigous, M., Gladhill, B., Gorman, G., Hand, H., Harner, E., Hemler A., Hess, J., Hess, J., Keeney, M., Knepper, M. L., Lawver, P., Lower, E., Miller, G., Moser, B. L., Musselman J., Myers, G., Myers, N., Nunemalcer, T., Oyler, B, Pottorff, J., Rebert, E., Redding, R., Redding, R., Reed, M. Riley, R., Rohrbaugh, T., Rudisill, D., Sachs, L., Sanders, M. L., Saylor, R., Schartiger, L., Shetter, D., Shields A., Sixeas, J., Small, V., Smith, D., Smith, D., Snider, E., Starry, R., Swisher, R. M., Swope, J., Teeter, B., Ull rich, E., Waybright, G., Wetzel, L., Wherley, B., White, G., Wilson, R. Freshmen-Barbehenn, M., Bowling, G., Bream, M., Carter, E., Deaner, K., Felix, G., Geisler, E., Hanlcey, B. Redding, R., Shetter, G., Shull, V., Shultz, S., Snyder, J., Sponseller, H., Taughinbaugh, D. Mr. Shade KAdviserJ. CANNON-AID 1944 ORCHESTRA First Row-Barbara Cline, Barbara Wolff, Myrtis johnson, John Schwartz, Doris jean Kitzmiller, Ruth For- tenbaugh, Ann Raffensperger, Mary Clare Myers, Gloria Eclcer, William Flaherty, Glenn Musselman, Lucille Baker, Barbara Ziegler, Barbara Oyler, Nancy Shanebroolc, Harry Emlet. Second Row-Mr. Longaneclcer fDirectorJ, Granville Miller, Grace Myers, Joseph Hanawalt, james Reesman, Harry Spangler, Walter Keeney, Elizabeth Small, Harold Small, Robert Saylor, William Ogden, John SheHer, Luther Smith, Patricia Scott fnot on picturel, i l 4 BAND First Row-Betty Teeter, Janice Sachs, Rae Strohm, Joseph Hanawalt, Walter Keeney, john Schwartz, Naomi Taute, Harold Small, Charles Rodgers, Harry Spangler, Elizabeth Small, William Tipton. Second Row-Granville Miller, Dunning Idle, Arlene Rohrbaugh, Lorraine Rohrbaugh, Ruth Anna Kime, Ger- trude White, Marcette Kennel, Glenn Musselman, Harold Settle, John Sheffer, William Ogden. Third Row-Doris Oyler, Lucille Baker, Barbara Ziegler, James Roberts, Luther Smith, Howard Fox, Grace Myers, Harry Emlet, William Flaherty, Gloria Eclcer. Fourth Row-James Reesman, Patricia Scott, Louise Wetzel, Nancy Shanebroolc, Harry Myers, Margaret Jones, Betty Leeming, Fred Rodgers, Mr. Longaneclcer fDirectorj, Robert Saylor-Janice Geiselman fnot on picturel. CANNQN-Ano 1944 DRAMATIC CLUB Louise Duncan, Chr., Margaret Little, Joyce Keefer, Doris Rudisill, Mary Louise Kranias, Viola JeH:coat, Ethel Rebert, Doris Oyler, Lucille Schartiger, Treva Sentz, James Smith, Chr., Lois Waybright, John Scott, Mary Bucher, Janice Cole, Waiida Lochbaum, Mary Jane Crabill, Mary Kessel, Lorraine Hemler, Belle Wherley, Betty Little, Shirley Sharpless, Chr., Anna Clapsaddle, Doris Kitzmiller, Rena Dickert, Virginia Anzengruber, and Catherine Small. Geraldine Waybright, Christina Angelo, Elsie Ullrich, Doris Smith, Dale Shelfer, Martha Dillon, Julia Hull, Winifred Jones, David Rasmussen, Kathleen Plartenburg, Teresa Riley, Nancy Amick, Mary Brindle, Helen Sterner, Rhoda Crouse, Nadine Kime, Ruth Warman, Chr., Lillian Borleis, Dorothea Spence, Jeanne Long, Jimmy Reesman, Richard Chronister, Ida Mae Moore, Betty Millhimes, Jane Tonsil, Betty Collins, and Myrna Harbaugh. Peggy Ridinger, Chr., Doris Karas, Ruth Kepner, Ida Redding, Delma Carn, Ruth Shupe, Naomi Taute, Bernice Deatrick, Johanna Grieb, Helen Bucher, Chester Geiman, Emily Jane Weigle, Chr., Edgar Moser, Anna Louise Decker, Jane Sanders, Christine Coover, Helen Miller, Jane Ramer, Glenn Musselman, Harold Small, Richard Jacobs, Phyllis Bower, Chr., Betty Lou Baughman, Alma Rinehart, Janice Rebert and Shirley Carbaugh. Sarah Sanders, Phyllis Reaver, Jane Buehler, Lucille Fair, Violet Barb, Robert Saylor, Ardella Herr, Chr., Ramona Drake, Doris Cleveland, Treva Keefer, Mary Rohrbaugh, Mary Lazos, Maybelle Herr, Eloise Colfelt, Reta Crouse, Jane Strickhouser, William Tipton, Canela Cargas, Chr., Barbara Klinefelter, Thelma Drake, Sara Mickley, Mildred Wentz, Phyllis Keefer, Arlene Epley, Nancy Shanebroolc, Pat Cole, Betty Sharpless and Milton Moyer. Miss H. Keith and Miss D. Rudolph fAdvisersJ. CANNON-AID 1944 MASK AND WIG Front--Harvey White, Barbara Cline, Anna Bollinger, Nancy Amiclc, Violet Rosensteel, Elyse Mc- Cleaf, Joseph Codori, Margaret Bable, Luther Gotwald, Ruth Warman, Janice Sachs, Rose Zita Gaines, Gladys Wetzel. Back-Miss Mcllhenny fadviserj, Cornelius Knorr, Fred Stoner, William Cromer, Helen Sterner, joe Hanawalt, William Ogden, James Reesman, Barbara Wolff, Robert Saylor, john Knorr, Fred Grif- fin, Luther Smith. Not on picture-Robert Dayholf, Harry Moser, Mary Clare Myers, Charles Smith and Horace Waybriglit. TUMBLING Donald Bucher, Patrick Cunningham, Loy Dietrich, Donald Doersom, George Gorman, William Horner, Richard McDonnell, Robert March, Thomas McLaughlin, Nelson Mattingly, Allen McDon- nell, John McKenrick, Robert Martin, David Ragensperger, Norman Rasmussen, Raymond Redding, Fred Rodgers, Charles Rodgers, Lloyd Rothhaupt, Richard Shaner, joseph Strong, Robert Sanders, joseph Stevenson, Francis Steinour, William Tonsil, Eugene Utech, Donald Williams. CANNCDN-AID 1944 F. F. A. First Row-Dale Eckert, Horace Wayhright, Albert Rudisill, Robert Dayhoff, Leroy Rudisill, Mr. Shriver fAdviserl. Second Row--Daniel Hoffman, Earl Keefer, Robert Eilcer, William Eiker, William Coleman, Harry Spangler, Richard Weaner. Third RowiFloyd Reynolds, Stanley Wolf, Charles Miller, Edward Carbaugh, Howard Shultz, Roland Hanlcey, Dale Scott. Fourth Row-Russell Kint, Harold Smith, Earl Keefer, Virgil Hartman, Charles Smith, Charles Shriver. Not on picture-Williain Shorb, Seymour Hafner. X I PREJNDUCTION First Row--Rohert Shultz, Paul Haller, Edgar Raffensperger, William Green, William Troxell, Mr. Sheads fAdviserJ. Second Rowfjay Hershey, Robert Sheads, Fred Griffin, Richard Sites, Robert Miller. Third Row-Joseph Sanders, Richard Johnson, Russell Howard, Harry Emlet, Richard Sanders, Eugene Timbers. RADKDCLUB First Row-John Donmoyer, Keith Clapsaddle, David Woods, Paul Heim, Charles Bushman, Robert Arndt. Second Row-'John Gormley, Donald Adams, John Redding, Vincent Conti, Alton Townsend. Third Row-William Cromer, Richard Hart- laub, Robert Wfentz, Gene Wallcer. Fourth Row-Eugene Steinour, Herbert Adams, Paul Vogel, Mr. Cessna lAdviserl. Not on Picture-Robert Cogield, Richard Felix, William Redding, William Straley. BMDDELJURPLANE CLUB First Rowfhloward Olson, Wilmer Sharrah QV. Pres.l, Jack Hartman iSec.l, Jesse Landis lTreas.l, Mr. Haehnlen fAdviserj. Second Row-John Snyder, Eugene Cole, Lindy Shanoltz, jack Moser, Robert Heyser. Third RowfGeorge Helwig, Clyde Keeler, Ralph Singley, Paul Settle. Not on Pictureflra Dorsey lPres.j, Harvey White, Patrick lVlcGlaughlin, Charles Curley. LNAVKLNUCWJAND TWATHEMAJUISCLUB john Knorr, Luther Gotwald, Richard Culp, Mr. Troxell lAdviserj, Fred Stoner, Holce Fowler, Virginia Kendlehart. CANNON-AID 1944 I i CANNON-AID 1944 TYPING CLUB First Row-Beatrice Bagot, Rosalie Bagot, Mar- garet Shields, Janet King, Grace Jeffcoat, Jean Stitt, Sara Miclcley, Freda Coffman, Anna Mae Rebert, Miss Howe fAdviserl. Second RowATeresa Slonaker, Nancy Slonaker, Hermine Topper, Mary Yingling, Rebecca Wen- schoff, Gloria Stansbury, Larita Shulley, Alice Shealer. HISTGRY CLUB First Row-Margaret Bable, Rose Zita Gaines, Charles Kranias, Virginia Kencllehart, Joseph Co- dori, Elizabeth Small, Mary Clare Myers, Bar- bara Cline, Doris Ramer, Elyse McCleaf. Second Row-Jane Buehler, Arlene Rohrbaugh, Jean Kuhn, Helen Lazos, Johanna Grieb, Elinor Geyer, Anne Faber, Gladys Wetzel, Eloise McCleaf, Miss Ramer 1Aclviserj. Third Row-Darlene Trostle, Gloria Eclcer, Bar- bara Johnson, James Smith, William Troxell, Lu- ther Gotwalcl, Harold Small, Carolyn Blocher, Mildred Walter, Barbara Henderson. Not on PicturegDoris Ann Gaines, Doris Git- lin, Cornelius Knorr, john Knorr, Anne Utz, Bar- bara Wolff. CHEERLEADERS Eloise Dillman, Rose Zita Gaines, Charlotte Winebrenner, Doris Berkheimer. FIRST AID CLUB First RowwPatricia Scott, Phyllis Eilcer, Nancy Berkheimer, Walter Keeney, Betty Little, Jean Kuhn, Helen Lazos. Second Row-Blanch Moritz, Ruth Anna Kime, John Schwartz, Doris Pepple, Doris Plattenhurg. Third Row-Luther Smith, Mr. Fidler fadviserl, Charles Reaver. Not on Picture-Doris Eckert. LIBRARY CLUB First Row-Lois Feilor, Dorothy Townsend, Betty Jo Naugle, Geraldine Hess, Kathleen Furney, jac- queline Sanders, Lillian Yingling, Betty Britcher. Second RowfNancy Myers, Louise Fedor, Janet Sixeas, Alice Tressler, Miss Ross flibrarianj, Edith Carlaaugh, Rheda Wilson, Joan I-Iarbaugh, Pearl Rudisill. Not on Picture-Betty Heller. SEWING CLUB First Row-Thelma Vogel, Winifred Bowers, Lois Small, Roxey Stambaugh, Rae Strohm, Jean- nine Stambaugh, Helen Curley, Mrs. Ridinger lad- viserl. Second Row-Erma Shriver, Oneida Snyder, Elizabeth Ann Stock, Ann Raffensperger, Helen Adams, Marie Sterner. Not on PicturefEvelyn Waddell, Mary Mill- himes. CANNON-AID 1944 CANNON-AID 1944 .....T..,. r J WHO'S WHC IN CLASS OF 1944 Most Henpeclced Biggest Eaters Best Natuted Best Dancers Class Toughies Apple polishets Most Mischievous Truest Steadies Date Bait Alibi lkes Class Sages Class Fogs Class -Iolcesters Most Likely to Succeed Class Vultures Class Extremes WHS-A A Q It vlgigfg-fr.jq:.' ,iv 'A E I 1 it--i..IF? 'I Q f Q5?3i,,"- .1 f ai ..z 1"s'XTT!-'A ix a, " ff ""f+f,,, 5 V Nm,,,,,.ft-.,. bl E PM . 1 ygiux-,-.,f-W-'w-wwxj , 'wkwfmm,N.wW?,-Aff ,UN ua V ' I - . 155, - . t , Q Q :f,2Aj,A I "MS'WJ :lp di if . 5 5 -we wk! f - 1-., , V . , M - 1 ' L , ' 4, 'Aw . ., A N .W 1 ,53 W. . , .- 14 'ig ' M' " i ' ,',f'- ',wL3.,,,, . , ' I , "4-"vu, ' ' - '- sf, , 'una 4 ' .5 A Q EE N: ui Q V V ' hi .N '? K V 5'2Q.v:....7"6 Nix' 3 Ffa 1 . kewl., " ev ff P - "M-ah.......,.--- - -:M ,M CANNON-AID 19411 1943 VARSITY FOOTBALL Front Row fLeft to Rightj-George Thrush, end, Fred Haehnlen, center, Charles Weaver, tackle Sam Weaver, tackle, Richard Epley, guard, Curvin Sanders, guard, Eugene Fidler, end, Mr. Melvin Dry Coach. Middle Row-William Tonsil, back, Richard Shaner, back, Sterrett Dorsey, back, Thomas Small, back Eugene Timbers, back, Bernard Little, back, Martin Knox, back. K Back Row-William Troxell, end, Joseph Stevenson, guard, Allen McDonnell, tackle, Russell Howard end, William Sperry, guard, Joseph Hess, center, Milton Moyer, back. Insets-Captain Sam Weaver, 68, Senior, and Charles Weaver, 65, Senior. Not on Picture-Pat McGlaughlin, end, Richard Culp, manager. GAMES PLAYED G's AWARDED G.H.S. Opp. Culp Sanders Sept. 24 Carlisle 7 6 7 Dorsey Shaner Oct. I Hanover , Epley Small Oct. 8 Waynesboro ,,,, Fidler Sperry Oct. 15 "'McSherrystown Haehnlen Thrush Oct. 23 Chambersburg ,,,,,, Hess Timbers Oct. 29 Hershey ...., , .,,.. ...,.., Howard Tonsil Nov. 5 Mechanicsburg , ,.,., , .... Little Troxell McGlaughlin C. Weaver Totals ,,,, ........ ,......, 'kNon-conference game. S. Weaver CANNON-AID 1944 fi ll Wi' IUNIOR VARSITY FOCDTBALL Front Row-Richard Heintzelman, Russell Fourlas, Richard Whittinghill, William Coleman, Earl Keefer, Robert Heyser, Harold Geisler, Harry Shaner. Second Row-William Carter, Earl For-ry, Nelson Mattingly, Wilmer Sharrah, Paul Vogel, Donald Sterner, Thomas McLaughlin, Eugene Cole, Richard Hess. Back Row-Russel Redding, Jack Cromwell, Fred Rodgers, James Roberts, jack Hartman, James Reesman, Crist Angelo, Donald Doersom, Edgar Moser, Jay Hershey, Charles Rodgers, Donald Bucher. Not on Picture-Paul Walters, William Lewis, Manager, Mr. I-Iaehnlen, Coach. GAMES PLAYED G.I-I.S. Opp. Oct. 15 Hanover ......, 0 20 Gct. 29 Carlisle .,,,c, ,. 6 6 Nov. 4 Hanover ,. 0 33 Nov. ll Biglerville . 14 7 Totals ,,,,.,... .,,,.,. 2 0 66 CANNON-AID 1944 1944 VARSITY BASKETBALL George Gorman, 205 Bill Ogden, 115 George Fair, 165 Bob March, 175 Sefton Eisenhart, 155 Bob Kitzmiller, 185 Dick Culp, 125 Eugene Utech, 185 Pat McGlaughlin, 205 Dick Epley, 195 Mr. Melvin Dry, Coach. Not on Picture-Diclc Fidler. GAMES PLAYED Dec. 10 Md. School for Deaf ,, , .,., 14 Yorlc i,.,,,,,, . ...,,......... , . 43 17 Arendtsville ,,,,, 28 21 Yorlc ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, 1 5 Jan. 4 West York ,,,,, 35 7 5"l"lanOver ,,,,,,, , 35 14 :kChambersburg . 29 21 Ywaynesboro , , 52 25 Carlisle ., ,,., , 33 28 Delone ,,,,,,,,, ,,,. 2 3 Feb. 1 West Yorlc , , .,., 44 4 xl-lanover , ,,,, 38 8 College Frosh 1 28 11 :':Chambersburg ,,,,,r, 41 15 Carlisle , ,,,, 42 18 4'WaynesbOro N 49 23 College Frosh 30 25 Delone N , 49 Totals , ,,,, ,,,, , ,, ,, 648 'lc Southern Pennsylvania Conference Games. GJ-1.5. Opp. 34 18 LETTERMEN RICHARD CULP GEORGE FAIR RICHARD FIDLER GEORGE GORMAN ROBERT KITZMILLER ROBERT MARCH WILLIAM OGDEN CANNON-AID 1944 Mr, Dec Dec. Dec Dec Jan. Jan. Ian. Jan. jan. Feb. 1944 JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL Front Row-Donald Raffensperger, Milton Moyer, Bob Saylorg Luther Sachs, Dick Heintzelman. Middle Row-Scott Mountain, Dick Whittinghill, Curvin Sanders, Russel Howard, Tom McLaughlin, Roger Smith, coach. Back Row--Fred Rodgers, jay Hershey, James Reesman, Harold Hand, Dale Shefler. Nor on Picture--Charles Rodgers. GAMES PLAYED G.I-1.5. Opp. 10 East Berlin , ,. 30 18 Feb 14 York .,... .,,., , ,,,,,,,, 1 3 26 Feb 17 Arendtsville ,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 3 9 10 Feb 21 York .. .,.. .,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 1 7 3 0 Feb 4 West York V ,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 2 3 21 Feb 7 Hanover ,,,,,L, ...,,777 2 4 19 Feb 21 Waynesboro ,,,,,,,, 3 3 23 25 Carlisle , , L,e,,,, 39 17 Feb 28 Delone ....,, Y ,,,,,,, ,,i,,,,,, 1 4 16 1 West York ,,,,,, , , ,.,,,, 36 16 G.H.S. Opp. 4 Hanover Y 24 25 8 Biglerville .. , 27 12 11 Juniors 31 15 15 Carlisle ..,, ,,,,, . ,,,,,,, , , , ,,,,,,,, 32 14 18 Waynesboro ,,,.,,...,,, , , ., 38 32 22 East Berlin ffirst teamj ,,,,,, 39 27 Qsecond teamj ,, 20 23 25 Delone ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, , , 17 13 Total ,, , H .,,,,,,,, 496 357 CANNON-AID 1944 A ,. SENIORS Anzengruber, Marie Bable, Margaret Berkheimer, Doris Bollinger, Anna Bream, Coetta Bumbaugh, Bernice Cashman, Evelyn Cline, Barbara Dillman, Eloise Duncan, Louise Epley, Arlene Finkboner, Doris Gaines, Rose Zita Henderson, Barbara Keefer, Phyllis Kendlehart, Virginia Larkin, Shirley Long, Jeanne McCleaf, Eloise McCleaf, Elyse Munshour, Treva Myers, June Myers, Mary Clare Naugle, Betty Jo Raffensperger, Connie Ramer, Doris Rebert, Katharine Redding, Nancy Redding, Verna Rider, Rita Rosensteel, Violet Sanders, Dorothy Shields, Margaret Small, Elizabeth Small, Marion Stock, Frances Trostle, Darlene GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATIGN Utz, Ann Warman, Ruth Wetzel, Gladys Winebrenner, Charlotte JUNIORS Anzengruber, Virginia Baughrnan, Bettie Lou Berkheimer, Nancy Blocher, Carolyn Bucher, Jane Bucher, Kathryn Coffelt, Eloise Coffman, Freda Crouse, Reta Drake, Thelma Ecker, Gloria Harbaugh, Jean Harbaugh, Myrna Herr, Ardella Jones, Margaret Kuhn, Jean Lazos, Helen Millhimes, Mary Millhimes, Betty Moore, Ida Mae Myers, Rachael Plattenburg, Doris Reaver, Mildred Reaver, Phyllis Rohrbaugh, Arlene Sachs, Janice Scott, Pat Shealer, Alice Smith, Doris Spahr, Jeanne Sponsellor, Anna Sorlie, Ruth Sterner, Helen Stitt, Jean Taute, Naomi Wagner, Nancy Waybright, Lois Wenschoff, Rebecca Wentz, Mildred Williams, Gertrude Wolff, Barbara SOPHOMORES Amick, Nancy Bower, Phyllis Brindle, Henrietta Cargas, Canela Cleveland, Doris Cole, Janice Crabill, Mary Crouse, Rhoda Culver, Carolyn Dickert, Rena Drake, Ramona Fortenbaugh, Ruth Fridinger, Mary L. Furney, Kathleen Gigous, Peggy Hamer, Esther Hemler, Anna Mae Hess, Jacqueline Hinkle, Dorothy Lawver, Phyllis Leeming, Betty Lochbaum, Wanda Lower, Emma Moser, Betty Lee Myers, Grace Musselman, Jean Nunemaker, Theresa Oyler, Barbara Oyler, Doris Plattenburg, Kathleen Rebert, Ethel Ridinger, Peggy Riley, Theresa Rohrbaugh, Lorraine Sanders, Mary Sanders, Jackie Shetter, Dorothy Shields, Anna Shields, Janet Slonaker, Joan Small, Viola Smith, Philimine Starry, Ruth Swisher, Rose Marie Swope, Jane Teeter, Betty Ullrich, Elsie Waybright, Geraldine Wetzel, Louise White, Gertrude Wilson, Rheda FRESHMEN Barbehenn, Minnie Bisbing, Mary Blocher, Elizabeth Bowling, Geneva Bream, Jean Carn, Delma Carter, Esther Curley, Helen Deaner, Kathryn Felix, Jane Ford, Elizabeth Hankey, Anna Mae Hankey, Betty Heatwole, Carol Heintzelman, Mary Hemler, Lorraine Hull, Julia Jeffcoat, Viola Jones, Winifred Karas, Doris Keefer, Joyce Keefer, Treva Kitzmiller, Doris Klinefelter, Barbara Kranias, Mary Lou Kump, Jane Lazos, Mary Little, Deloris McPherson, Frances Menchey, Phyllis Miller, Helen Raffensperger, Ann Raffensperger, Madelyn Ramer, Jane Rebert, Janice Redding, Ida Rohrbaugh, Mary Rudisill, Marcella Scott, Dorothy Shanebrook, Nancy Shetter, Geraldine Shupe, Ruth Small, Catherine Small, Lois Smith, Peggy Ann Stock, Ann Louise Strohm, Fannie Rae Tonsil, Jane Vaughn, Mary Woodward, Gladys CANNON-AID 1944 . u -QUIT? .l l .. +I V , l I CALENDAR OF ACTIVITIES GF G. A. A. Any girl may participate in these activities. She earns points for the awards of class numerals and school letter. The activities are as follows: Team Sports-Tag football, volleyball, basketball, baseball, track and field, teaching and learning of social dancing. Individual Sports lschool champion determined,-Lawn tennis, table tennis, badminton, bowling, archery, and horse- shoes. Individual Sports lstudents do on own timej-Hiking, skating, horseback riding, swimming, bicycling. Other Activities- Dances after two football games in October and November. Class football after school every Tuesday and Thursday, September to November. Dancing class for one hour after school for one week in November. G.A.A. Party-held on Thursday, December Z. G.A.A. Assembly-Wednesday, December 8. Dances after five basketball games, during December, january, and February. Class basketball after school every Tuesday and Thursday, January to March. Class volleyball after school every Tuesday and Thursday, March to April. Class baseball after school every Tuesday and Thursday, April to May. Gettysburg, Chambersburg and Hanover Girls Play Day-Saturday, May 13, all day and evening. I TERCLASS PROGRAM Specific Objectives I. To give every student the opportunity for competition and recreation in some phase of activity. Z. To cultivate interest and skill in sports which have carry over value as leisure time activities both during and after school days. 3. To promote physical activity especially out of doors, of a non-competitive as well as competitive, social type. 4. To develop leadership and sportsmanship. The interclass program is an integral part of the physical education program and is usually an outgrowth of the regular class work. The entire program is planned so that the greatest good may result to the greatest number. Tourna- ments and practice in the individual activities is provided for as well as the program of team sports. Teams are made up from classes according to year. The captain of each is elected from its own members. Teams compete against other class teams and win for the class as a whole. Then a varsity team is chosen from each class and these compete for school championship. Advantage is taken of the opportunity to use student leaders in the after school program. Members of the G.A.A. Cabinet are eager to assist in officiating, checking the equipment and in keeping the records. The success of an inter- class program is measured in terms of participation by the students and its contribution to community life. CANNON-AID 1944 G. A. A. CABINET First Row-Frances Stock, Mrs. Tilberg fAdviserj3 Katharine Rebert fPres.j5 Rita Rider QV. Presjg Doris Berkheimer fSec.jg Barbara Cline fTreas.jg Margaret Bable. Second Row-Verna Redding, Ann Utz, Coetta Bream, Violet Rosensteel, Eloise McCleaf, Shirley Larkin, Elyse McCleaf, Rose Zita Gaines. Third Row-Treva Munshour, Connie Raffensperger, Evelyn Cashman, Marie Anzengruber, Marian Small, Dorothy Sanders, Doris Finkboner, Doris Ramer. Fourth Row-Charlotte Winebrenner, Nancy Redding, Anna Bollinger, Eloise Dillman, Bernice Bum- baugh, Elizabeth Small, Barbara Henderson, Elinor Geyer, Mary Clare Myers. Basketball--Eloise Dillman, Barbara Henderson, Treva Munshour, Marian Small. Volleyball-Margaret Bable, Marie Anzengruber, Anna Bollinger, Rose Zita Gaines. Baseball-Evelyn Cashman, Elinor Geyer, Nancy Redding, Violet Rosensteel. Dancing-Charlotte Winebrenner, Shirley Larkin, Elyse McCleaf, Doris Ramer. Swimming-Shirley Larkin Archery-Shirley Larkin Horseback Riding-Marian Small Badminton-Mary Clare Myers, Eloise McCleaf Skating-Evelyn Cashman Table Tennis--Coetta Bream, Ann Utz Hiking-Violet Rosensteel Lawn Tennis-Eloise McCleaf Bicycling-Ann Utz Horse Shoes-Verna Redding Bowling-Verna Redding M 86 W Reporter-Connie Raffensperger Track and Field-Frances Stock, Elizabeth Small, Doris Finkboner. rm? Q . Z 3 ...ww-f .. . ,WWA R 1 S I I .s ,,,q. ww ,H A Ryan' , i W fa Aw-" fv arf' .hu WMM vw' f 'P 'Pdf wa 1 ?'fygwf W-2 '51 ,M ,W ,f MN ,ws ,,.,..,dH w,,.v.vw-wwm 1-W s,-H+' ,fam-ww, -.-wwf, L AMATICS 11 ,wiv 1 l , lx E ' 1 ' U 5, - , J. , - 5 1' , 5 D 22 5 ,5f 3 ,W 3 V ' N 1 fi 'I any g E gf' Y ,331 I nw Nil 3 ' 5 ik ' J' fx ' f E 1. 1 x'. b X. sf J' V , -44 u- , e 1 wvXw iefsJ W , ff ig Q uk 2 'Q 71 if :F fd? " - ,E I X y ix an ay, K N. Ig . ifnfxl I., 5 . QQ.: 'ff ii h 'V X5 , "I f f f' If ' . c T. 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While the family is admiring the cigarette case, a hold-up is staged, but the McBride maid, Pauline, thwarts the attempt by capturing the thief with her sling-shot. The plot unfolds when the will of the late owner is discovered in the cigarette case. The play was directed by Miss Ruth Mcllhenny and Miss Ruth Scott and presented by the high school for the benefit of the American Red Cross. All expenses were paid by the following organizations: Athletic Association, Red Cross Council, Mask and Wig, Rooms 102, 105, 107A, 202, 205, 206, 206A, 208A, Student Council, and Maroon and White. CAST OF CHARACTERS Pauline, a maid , ,,,, , .,,, . , ,,Mary jane Rosensteel Mrs, McBride, Stan,s mother ,,,,,,, . ,, ,, ,,,Ruth Warman Mr. Putnam, a Sherlock Holmes fan ,john Chamberlain Betty Archer, a radio reportern , , ,,,,, ,Barbara Wolff Roy Bishop, a radio actor ,,,, ,,,, , ,,,,,,, ,,,,,, J o hn Shoop Stan McBride, another radio actors , Philip Ridinger Stuart Brownlee, a radio sponsors ,,e,,,,e,,,,,,,,, Sterling Cole George Spencer, a mysterious character William Roth Madeline Revelle, his companion ,,,,, ,, ,, ,Betty Tipton Barbara Field, a nurse, . , ,, .,,Margaret Bable Mrs. Slater, a widow, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Violet Rosensteel Slim Lynch, a deputy sheriff ,,,, ,,,, . ,. ,William Cromer Whitey Wilson, another mysterious character ,joe Hanawalt Radio Voice , ,, , ,,,,,,, ,, William Odgen CANNONVAID l944 Tl-IE l-ICUSE WITHQUT A KEY Barbara Winterslip returned to her home in Honolulu to discover that her father had been mysteriously murdered, and that the veteran detective, Charlie Chan, is in charge. With Barbara was her cousin, John Quincy, who had come to take his elderly aunt, Minerva, back home to Boston. Various suspects had been found. There was a mysterious chest to whose ownership a jewelled pin is the only clue, and it is discovered that Dan Winterslip was once a blaclcbirder. The clearest suspect is Jim Egan, for he hated Dan and was the only man Dan feared. However, John Quincy fell in love with Carlora, the lovely daughter of Jim Egan, and together with Chan, they discover that Jim is really an English nobleman. After her fatheris funeral, Barbara left Honolulu to marry her lawyer fiance, Harry Jennison, Dan's lawyer. Many false clues were encountered, but Chan and John found that Harry was the murderer. Harry knew, by reading a letter from Dan to Barbara, that Dan objected, in fact, forbade Barbara to marry Harry. Somehow Dan had learned that Harry was an opium smuggler. The play, directed by Miss Ruth Mcllhenny and Miss Ruth Scott, was the annual senior class play. CAST OF CHARACTERS Minerva Winterslip ........ ......................, M argaret Bable Kamaikui ........................ Violet Rosensteel, Louise Duncan Madame Maynard .. Mary Clare Myers, Dorothy Sanders Charlie Chan . ......... .......... .... ............ . .........,. C h a rles Smith Diclc Kaohla ........................... John Horner, Harvey White Barbara Winterslip .... .. ..................... ,.......... B arbara Cline John Quincy Winterslip . ........ .. .,........ ....., . . John Knorr Harry Jennison ............... .............. J oseph Hanawalt Jim Egan ..................r..... ....... E dgar Ralfensperger Carlota Egan ,.......... . ........... Elyse McCleaf Arlene Compton ......... .............. J une Myers Mrs. Brade .............. ........... . . Ruth Warman Mrs. Ransom ....... ...... J ane Striclchouser Mr. Saladine ..,. .... ...... H a rry Moser CANNON-AID 1944 LEAVE IT TO MOTHER This production is a three-act comedy depicting the trials and tribulations of a widowed mother of three children. Besides trying to guide her family through the pitfalls of their young lives, she owns and manages a hardware business. To add to her troubles, she is continuously goaded by a miserly old man, Lucius Fowler, who tries to win her hand in marriage as well as her hardware business. When her daughter, Coral, announces her intention of marrying Lord Cecil Bunyon, Mrs. Prescott pretends to elope with Bunny. In this manner she makes Coral realize that she really loves her childhood friend, Easton Bowers. She also untangles the domestic problems of her newlywed son, Stanley, and his wife, Roberta. The play was presented by the Mask and Wig under the direction of Miss Ruth Mc- Ilhenny and Miss Ruth Scott for the benefit of the Student Council. CAST OF CHARACTERS Etta Ford, the Prescott maid . .,........ ............ N ancy Amick Dolly Prescott, a mischievous young daughter Doris Gaines Easton Bowers, in love with Coral ............... William Ogden Mrs. Louise Prescott, an old-fashioned mother Margaret Bable Lucius Fowler, who has an eye for business Cornelius Knorr Mrs. Madge Lawton, who recently lost her husband Barbara Cline Coral Prescott, her ambitious daughter ...,...... Barbara Wolff Stanley Prescott, her son ........,............................ John Knorr Roberta Prescott, who arrives suddenly .......... Elyse McCleaf Lord Cecil Bunyon fBunnyj, from Ndear old England" Dunning Idle Edna James, one of Coral's college chums Charlotte Winebrenner Frederick Driscoll, Roberta's uncle ..... Edgar Raffensperger Ask Your Teacher About joining the march of the multitude of High School students in the nlouey-saving parade made possible through the School Savings System at the First National Bank OF GETTYSBURG On Center Square Since 1857 III .Fi IDP tl :C pnalrn COI11f7II1llC7lfS Of GETTYSBURG THROWING C 0 M P A N Y R E. BERKHEIMER. Prea Geffwwv eazzm effwfwii eazzay., FOR INFORMATION SEE HENRY W. A. HANSON, PRESIDENT CANNON-AID 19114 THE 1oHN C. LoWER GRADUATING CLASS C O M P A N Y INCORPORATED 1944 ADAMS COUNTY,S oNLY WHOLESALE GRoCER Loyal Order of Moose GETTYSBURG, PA, BREHM The Tailor L.l ROSEANN SHOPPE LADIES' and CHILDREN'S WEAR Baltimore Street GEORGE SPIES, Inc. 4140 N. Kolmar Avenue CHICAGO 41. ILL. "Thr Best Class Rings Made" 1. G-burg's Paderewslci Z. A letter from California, joe? 3. This chemistry is all GREEK to me 4. And now we take you to Mexico . 5. Whe Wah! 6. Love Bug's Got Them! 7. Talce a letter . . . 8. The good ole days 9. Lizziels Love Notes 10. The Three Merrquiteersl 11. "See you at Fabers after school" 12. This is the way I heard it- 13. Um! Nice. 14. In step with the twins 15. Absentees from History Club Pic 16. On the other end of the camera 17. Don't you clare take that, Myrt. 18. Three o'cloc1c jump! fshaw and Dorsey have nothin' on us 21. Whatta ya' mean, cold? "Helier Slxovs Fitted l3r'ftz'r" SPORT A DRESS - EVENING For All the Family THE SHOE BOX 1oHNNY KNoX'S EOOD MARKET 344 S. Washington St WE DELIVER Phone 261-W -1- C'0llIf?1IIllC'IlfS of JOSEPH E. SMITH ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING and REPAIRS Phone 624-Y 202 S. Stratton St. EVANS' FOOD STORE 246 York Street Selected GROCERIES Choice MEATS Peoples Drug Store The R0.1'aII-Kodak Store DRUGS - SODA ' - S L Fresh PRODUCE 5 QUNDRIEQ ' TOILETRIES - STATIONERY Ewrytlziizg for the Table We Deliver Phone 327-W A 25 Baltimore Street Gettysburg, Penne.. Phone 20-W Compliments OETTYSBURG of HO S N Dr. 1. Munley N THE QUARE DENTIST HENRY M' SCHARF' Manager 26 Chambersburg St. Gettysburg, Pa GEORGE SPIES, Inc. Adams Co. Farm Bureau Co-op. Ass'n GETTYSBURG, PA. Jllanufaeturing Jewelers and Stationers 4140 N. Kolmar Ave. CHICAGO, ILL. FEEDS, SEEDS, FERTILIZERS, ETC. Buy Co-operatively and Save the Difference for Yourself Compliments of a REA SL DERICK FRIEND "Flowers for All Occasions" The Wayside Flower Shop Compliments of Phone 629-Z GETVITYSBURG, PA. Serving and Selling Automobiles for the Past 30 Years STUDENT NAME CARDS THOMAS-ANDREW CO. LUTHER I. PACKARD HUDSON CARS SAYRE, PENNSYLVANIA 32 LOCUST LANE Garage CO UYLER SL SPANGLER CONTRACTOR and D. C. Forney, Prop. of , Fotop C. S. Menchey Mgr. Central Chemical Co. qt BUILDER 12-14 Chambersburg St' Extends Best Wishes : S to GRADUATES Q 0 PHONE 110-X GETTYSBURG, PA. of 1944 Class 4 ,neo SWISHER,S GROCERY YoRK STREET Champion Shoe Repair 'i'Best Rcpazfmzg in Town" Thomas George, Prop. De Luxe Restaurant 53 Chambersburg St. GETTYSBURG, PA. Phone 171-X DINNERS AND A LA CARTE SERVICE All Kinds of Sandwiches PENROSE MYERS JEWELRY - SOUVENIRS - REPAIRI NG 12 Baltimore St. Gettysburg, Pa. Estafblished 1876 1814 1944 Colizpliments of The 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 1944 FABER'S CENTER SQUARE FOUNTAIN sERv1cE BREYERKS' ICE CREAM MARTIN'S sHoE STORE ANNfS BEAUTY SHOPPE 207 Baltimore St. ALL LINES OF BEAUTY CULTURE "Star Brand Shoes Arc Bettcf' Phone 495'X ANN MAUST BACHENSKY Congratulations to the SENIORS OF CLASS 1944 EEIIEQBI-E Fleet- W ing Super Service s. E. --PAPPYU sWoPE GIFTS UNUSUAL Carlisle Street Chambersburg St. Gettysburg, Pa. ROMAYNE MILLER'S HOME-MADE CANDIES PARTY ORDERS AND GIFT PACKAGES OUR SPECIALTY Complfimcnts of HARRIS BROTHERS DEPARTMENT STORE GETTYSBURG, PA. Compliments of Congratulations to the T G B E Y , S Compliments of GRADUATING P L h CLASS OF 1944 u CHCC lg t Hartzell's Esso Station In A and P LINCOLN WAY EAST D M5 Mile East of Gettysburg, Pa. MARY RAMER FRED T. NAUGLE INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE HAULING NOTARY PUBLIC All Cargoes Insured 41 Baltimore Street Phone Fairfield 25-R-13 Orrtanna, Pa. Compliments Appliance Store xx, of 61 Chambersburg St. I L L I A M S Gettysburg, Pa. DOl.1gheftY GROUP PI-IUTQGRAPI-IER d MBE: W'i'124A FOR 1944 CANNoN-AID HH em ers o 4 G. H. S. Hartley GRADUATES DRY GOODS "In Time of War, Prepare for Peace" CENTRAL PENNA. Edna Ann Beauty Salon BUSINESS COLLEGE Feat"m"g 323 Market Street ALL BEAUTY AIDS Harrisburg Pennsylvania 48 York St. Phone 294-X t SL Compliments Comfvlzviizents f of STORAGE Co. O PASTEURIZEDKEEIIQHIUINIOGENIZED Gettysburg ALSO ICE AND ICE CREAM C. ARTHUR BRAME, MANAGER Center Phone 175 C01l'lf7HIlIClIf5 of S H U M A N ' S CUT RATE STORE COAIIILETE Som FOUNTAIN SERVICE SHERMAN'S STORE Clothing, Shoes, Haberdashery Athletic W'ear GIETTYSBURG, PA. BENDER'S CUT RATE STORE 16 Baltimore Street GETTYSBURG, PA. C. B. Bender, Proprietor The Gettysburg High School Alumni Association VVELCOMES YOU To Their Annual "Get-Together" Monday Evening, May 29th Prvsidvnt-J. HERBERT RAYMOND, '22 Vin' Prvsidmit-LEROY H. WINEBR1-LNNER, '18 .SIFFl'Ff0Vj'-ESTIIER M. T1PToN, '33 Trmszarm'-J. HERBERT VVEIKERT, '29 Stafisfivian-I.ILI.IAN D. STOOPS, '30 C0llIf7ll.lI1,C7lfS Complmwmls of FOR vf WARNER MAJESTIC IN 5 U R A N C E BROTHERS SUDA TELEPHONE 300 MA,JESTIC GRILL AND P- PHILIP R. BIKLE PROP. TI-IEATRES CITIZENS OIL CO. Disfrilmfors of TEXACTO PETROLEUM PRODUCTS TEXACO ROOFING MATERIALS GOODRICH TIRES AND BATTERIES 46 York St. Gettysburg, Pa. HENNIG'S BAKERY 35 YORK STREET BAKERS FOR G.H.S. CAFETERIA Daily Delivery Phone 323 MUMPER STUDIO PHOTOGRAPHER CLYDE MUMPER, Prop. 41 Baltimore Street Ciettyslmurg, l':1 1898 1944 WEANER'S DAIRY E. NV. XVEANER, PROP. Milk for Baibier a Specialty Phone 954-R--l Gettysburg, I'a. ' 1898 1944 For Quality Printing COMPLIMENTS call THE BRICK COMPANY ef- ET i,UB1EgEI?I5g NEW oXFoRD, PENNA. MINTER S CO. STORE Gettysburg Phone BRICKMAKERS SINCE 1851 Perma. 549 ' WESTMINSTER STUDIO DISTINCTIVE PORTRAITURE School and College Photography-Commerclal Photography RUSKIN B. WARREN, Proprietor WESTMINSTER, MD. The H. SL H. Machine Shop AUTOMOTIVE REPAIRING A. E. HUTCHISON, Prop. Complete Wreck service-body, frame and fender repairing. Dupont Duco Paint- ing-from a scratch to a complete car. S. Washingtoti St. GETTYSBURG, Pa. Cremer's Flowers Since 1879 Reliable Service and Quality Always F. E. CREMER, Florist 219-227 E. VVal11ut Street HANOVER, PA. Your Flower Phones: 224, 671 Sweetland GILBERTIS Compliments of Home-Made Candies TAILORING AND DRY Texas Hot SODA CLEANING FOUNTAIN ICUCT . T. W. Gilbert, Proprietor Baltimore Street ERNIEIS GETTYSBURG Z4 CHAMBERSBURG STREET PA. PHONE 20-Y Chambersburg Street THE TIMES AND NEWS PUBLISHING COMPANY GETTYSBURG, PA. Equipped to Produce Any Kind of Printing Printers of the HMAROON AND WHITE" AND MANY OTHER SCHOOL PUBLICATIONS C I l' It H E L E N Omp amen S C0111f7Ii1'llIPH,fX of 0 K A Y The W E N T Z ' S BENDER5 FGM" Shoop FURNITURE STORE Funeral Home for Girls DRESSES GETTYSBURG GETTYSBURG SUITS D . , PENNSYLVANIA BAGS QServ1ng you smce 225 CANNON-AID 1944 C omjvlimeu-ts Of Britcher and Bender DRUG STORE B, P, 0. 27 Chambersburg St. No. 1045 Gettysburg,Pz1. INDEX TO ADVERTISERS A. and P. Store Adams Co. Farm Bureau Co-op Ass'n Alwine Brick Co. Ann's Beauty Shoppe Bender's Cut Rate Benderys Funeral Home Bikle, Philip R.-Insurance Blocher,s-Jewelers B. P. O. Elks Brehm, The Tailor Britcher and Bender Central Penna. Business Co Champion Shoe Repair Citizens Oil Co. Coffman-Fisher Co. Cremerls Flowers Delecto Dairy DeLuxe Restaurant Dougherty and Hartley Edna Ann Beauty Salon Evans' Food Store Faber's First National Bank Fleet-Wing Super Service Gettysburg Bowling Center lle ge Gettysburg College Gettysburg High School Alumni Gettysburg Ice and Storage Gettysburg National Bank Gettysburg Publishing Co. Gettysburg Throwing Co. Gilbert's Dry Cleaning Grenoble Gifts H. 6: H. Machine Shop Harris Brothers Hartzell's Esso Station Helen Kay Shop Hennig's Bakery Hotel Gettysburg Johnny Knox's Food Market John C. Lower Co. Loyal Order of Moose Majestic Soda Grill Mai-tin's Shoe Store Minter's Store Mumper, Clyde-Studio Munley, Dr. J. 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