Gettysburg High School - Cannon Aid Yearbook (Gettysburg, PA)
- Class of 1945
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The class ot IQLL5 is honored to
dedicate this publication to its mem-
bers who are, and who will be serv-
ing their country in the armed Forces.
Advertising Marzagcr A -
Circulation Manager .,
Y ROBERT SHHADS
GETTYSBURG HIGH SCHQQL
GETTYSBURG, PENNSYLVANIA '
THE SCI-IGGL BOARD
Seated-Paul Rchrhaugh, Charles S. Black lPres.l, L. C. Kccfauver lsuperintendenr of
Schoolsj, Ralph Z, Oyler.
Standing-Arthur E. Hutchison, Charles P. Bender, Nlahlon P. Harrzcll lSec.l, Charles
M. Sheely fV. Pres.l.
Members of the school hoard are truly rim guardians of the hirthrighr of the girls and
rhc hoys of today, who determine thc destiny of rhe nation of tomorrow.
TO THE CLASS OF 1945
Gloom still overshadows most of the world because
of the ravages of war. Lives and resources have been
sacrihced to retain our democratic way of life. In
time possibly most of the material things will be re-
placed. This cannot be true of the lost lives, the
maimed bodies, and the warped minds.
The survival of civilization is dependent upon mak-
ing war impossible in the future. Ir will call for many
sacrifices. Ir will demand clear thinking. Here as in
war there can be no slackers. Everyone must give
his best. Everyone has something to contribute toward
making his community, his nation, his world a better
place. Wliat will be your contribution?
X L. C. KEEFAUVER
Superintendent of Schools
GUILE W. LEFEVER
DOCTGR LLOYD C. KEEFAUVER
TO THE CLASS OF 1945
You people who finish high school are fortunate
as many have not had this opportunity. Even this
amount of schooling will not be sufficient to enable
you to meet the demands and solve the problems in
the immediate future.
I urge you to continue your training should you
have the opportunity.
All honor to those of you who enter the armed
forces wherever you may be.
G. W. LEFEVER
Principal of high school
FACULTY MEMBERS CDN LEAVE
Major Melchoir Sheads entered the infantry in january, 1942. He received
his training at Camp Claiborne, Miss., Camp Shelby, Miss., and Fort
Benning, Ga. He is now in the European war theater.
Petty Oflicer George Forney has been stationed at Bainbridge, Maryland, since
entering the service in june, 1943. He is teaching Physics to Annapolis
Lt. Kathryn Wagaman entered the Army Nurse Corps in January, 1944. She
was sent to Camp Meade, Md., and then to Indiantown Gap. She is now
serving overseas in the European war theater.
Robert D. Fidler entered the Merchant Marine service in june, 1944, and
holds the rank of Assistant Purser. He received eighteen weeks' training
at Sheepshead Bay, N. Y., and is now at sea, assigned to the S.S. Reaper.
Lt. Miriam Waltemyer entered the WAVES in July, 1943. She re-
ceived her commission at Smith College, Northampton, Mass., and was
then assigned to the Oflice of Naval Procurement in Philadelphia, where
she is now stationed.
T. Sgt. Robert Diehl received his basic infantry training at Camp Wheeler,
Ga., and was stationed there from February, 1942, until July, 1944. He
was in charge of personnel records. From there he was sent to Camp
Ruclcner, Ala., and in October, 1944, he went overseas and is now serving
in the European war theater.
Miss Ruth Mcllhenny has a leave of absence due to illness.
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GIDEON, Mns. SARA C.
English I, IV
Gettysburg College, Middle-
bury German School, North-
HEINTZELMAN, Mas. ANNA B.
A.B , M.A.
Senior Class Adviser, Etiquette
Gettysburg College, Columbia
RAMER, N. LoUIsE
American History, Guidance
Maroon and White Editorial
Staff Adviser, Quill and Scroll,
The Local History Club
Gettysburg College, Pennsyl-
vania State College.
ScHIzIvEIz, ELMER H.
Future Farmers of America,
Freshman Class Adviser, Out of
School Youth Association
Pennsylvania State College.
SPANGLER, RUTH A.
Spanish, French, English III
Cannon-Aid, National Honor
Gettysburg College, Columbia
University, Sorbonne University,
Bowen, Mas. EVA D.
junior Class Adviser
Gettysburg College, St. .loseph's
HAEHNLEN, FRED P.
Model Airplane Club, Junior
Class Adviser, Assistant Ath-
Gettysburg College, Pennsyl-
vania State College.
HOGUE, SAMUEL T.
Typing I, II, General Business
Indiana State Teachers' College.
RIDINGER, Mas. LARUE K.
B.S. in Ed.
Service Sewing Club
Indiana State Teachers' College,
University of Wisconsin.
SCOTT, RUTH K.
Dramatics, Red Cross Council
Gettysburg College, Pennsyl-
vania State College, Columbia
STANTON, Mas. ELEANon P.
B.S. in Ed.
Kutztown State Teachers'
CESSNA, Joi-IN P.
Pte-Flight, Science, Physics
HARGLEROAD, C. PAGUE
B.S. in Phys. Ed.
Girls' Phys. Ed.
G.A.A., Freshman Class Adviser
West Chester State Teachers'
LITTLE, GERTRUDE B.
A.B. in Com. Ed.
Shorthand, General Business
Indiana State Teachers, College,
Business University, Bowling
Green, Boston University, Uni-
versity of Pittsburgh.
RIDLER, Mus. ELIZABETH S.
Home Nurslng, School Nurse,
Home Nursing Club
Harrisburg Hospital Training
School for Nurses.
SHADE, RICHARD B.
Susquehanna University, East-
man School of Music, New
York University, Westminster
TRoxELL, FRED G.
National Honor Society, Stu-
dent Council, Treasurer of
Gettysburg College, Pennsyl-
vania State College, New York
DRY, MELVIN A.
B.S. in Ed.
Health, Boys' Phys. Ed.
Coach of Athletics
Lock Haven Teachers' College.
HARPER, SUE ELLA
West Virginia Wesleyan.
LONGANECKER, EDWIN A.
B.S. in Ed., M.Ed.
Band and Orchestra
Shippensburg State Teachers'
College, Ithaca Military Band
School, University of Virginia,
Ross, CATHERINE L.
B.S. in Ed.
Mansfield State Teachers' Col-
lege, Millersville State Teachers'
SHEADS. ROBERT E.
Biology, Problems of De-
Sophomore Class Adviser, Pre-
WOLF, j. GUY
Senior Class Adviser
Indiana State Teachers' College,
MISS SCOTT MR. WOLF MRS. I-IEINTZELMAN
During the first three years of our high school days, Miss Scott and Mr. Wolf served
us faithfully in every way. They were always understanding and helpful in the various
situations that arose. At the beginning of our senior year, Miss Scott became the dramatic
coach, and was forced to resign as our adviser. Mrs. Heintzelman assumed the responsibility,
and she and Mr. Wolf have led us to a successful finish of our high school career. To all of
them we extend our sincerest appreciation for the line leadership they have given us.
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4 ei OFFICERS
New Oxford High School, New Oxford, Pa., 1, 2, Cannon-Aid fCirculation Nlan
agerlg National Honor Society, Class President, 45 Class Basketball, 3, 43 Debating, 3
Student Council, 3, 4: Clubs: Pre-Induction, 3: Service, 4.
HAEHNLEN, FRED, JR.
Cannon-Aid lSports Editorbg National Honor Society: Class Vice President, 2, 4
Class Softball, lg j,V. Football, 1, Varsity Football, 2, 3, 4: J.V. Basketball, 1, 2
Varsity Basketball, 3, 4g Track, 1, 2, 3, 4g Student Council, 2, 3, 4.
jot-tNsoN, BARBARA K.
New Hanover High School, Wilmington, N. C., lg Cannon-Aid, Class Treasurer
4, G.A.A., 1, 4, Chorus, 3, 45 Orchestra, 43 Clubs: History, 3 fRecording Secretaryb
4, Music, 3, Service, 3, 4.
WAYBRIGHT. Lois E.
Cannon'Aidg Class Recording Secretary, 4, G.A.A., 2, 3, 4: Chorus, 3, 4, Clubs,
Library, 1: Dramatic, 2, 33 Service, 3, 4.
GAINES, DORIS ANN
Cannon-Aid, National Honor Society, Class Treasurer, 2, C'ass Corresponding Sec-
retary, 45 Quill and Scroll, 3, 4 QVice Presidenrbg Mask and Wig, 4, National Thes'
piansg Maroon and White, l, 2, 3 1News Editorj, 4: G.A.A., lg Cheerleader, l, 2, 3, 4,
Chorus, 23 Student Council, 3, 4 lsecretarylg Clubs: Debating, lg Journalism, l, 2,
3, 4, History, 3, 4: Service, 3, 4, "Leave It to Mother", "What a Life", "Only an
STUDENT BODY PRESIDENT
KEENEY, WALTER, JR.
Cannon-Aidg Mask and Wig, 4, National Thespiansg Class Basketball, 1, Z, 3, 4,
Track, lg Chorus, 2, 4: Band, 1, Z, 3, 4, Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 4: Student Council, 3
1Vice Presidentl, 4 fPresidentlg Clubs: Battlefield, lg First Aid, 3g History, 3, 4,
Service, 4, "A Christmas Carol," "What a Life."
Cannon-Aid, National Honor Society:
Cass Basketball, 3, Varsity Track, l, 2, 3:
Student Council, 4, "Only an Orphan
Cannon-Aidg G.A.A., 2, 3, 4, Clubs:
Dramatic, 3: Service, 4.
Cubs: Dramatic, 3, Service, 4.
BAUGHMAN1. BETTE Lou
Mask and Wig, 3, 4, National Thes-
piansq G.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 4 lcabinetlg Clubs:
Dramatic, 2, 33 "What a Lifeng "Only
an Orphan Girl."
Cannon-Aid, G.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 4 lcabi-
netjg Cheerleader, 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus, 2,
4, Clubs: Debating, lg Journalism, lg Air
Raid Warden, 23 First Aid, 3.
Cannon-Aid, Class Secretary, 2, G.A.A.,
1, 2, 4, Cheerleader, 1, Z, 3, 45 Chorus,
Z5 Clubs: Etiquette, lg Air Raid Warden,
2, History, 3, 4, Service, 3, 4, Red Cross
Council, 3 lTreasurerl, 4 fVice Presi-
Cannon-Aid, G.A.A., 3, 45 Chorus, 3,
4, Clubs: Dramatic, 39 Service, 4.
Chorus, 4g Club: Sewing, 2, 3.
Cannon-Aid, Chorus, 2, 4, Clubs: Dra-
matic, 33 Service, 4.
Cannon-Aid, G.A.A., Z, 3, 4 fcabinetbg
Chorus, 2, 3, 4: Clubs: Music, 33 Service,
3, 4g History, 3, 4.
f'ut.Hi.ER. JANE B.
Cannon-Ali, Maroon and Wllite, 1, Z,
4: G.A.A. 1, Z, 3, 4 lcabinetl, Chorus,
2, 3, Student Council, lg Clubs: jour-
nalism, lg Air Raid Waricn, Z: Dramatic,
3 lVice Presidentlg "Footloose"
Class Uaslccthall, l, Z1 Class Traclc, 3,
Clubs: Airplane, 1, F.F.A., 3, 4 lTreas-
urerlg Stage Crew, 3, 4.
c3'lR1SAUGIl. SHIRLEY L.
Chorus, Z: Clubs: Knitting, 2, Dra-
m:iLi:, 3: H story, 3, 4.
Class Treasurer, 1: Mask and Wig, 4,
G.A.A., Z, 3, 4, Chorus, 2, 3, 4, Clubs:
Library, lg Dramatic, 2, 3, Service, 4,
"Only :ri Orphan Girl."
C:mnoi1-Aid, Mask and Wig, 3, 4 lC0r-
rrsponiling Sccretarylg National Thes-
pians: G.A,A., l, 2, 3, 4 lcabinetlg Cho-
rus, 2, 3, 4, Clubs: Typing, 3, Red Cross
Council, 2, Service, 3, 4,
Class Softball, lg Chorus, 2, 3, 4,
Clubs: Battlefield, 1, Air Raid Warden,
2, Radio, 3, History, 3, 4, Service, 3, 4.
Cnoivmn. G. WlI,LlAM. JR.
Cannon-Aid, National Honor Society:
Class Vice President, 1: Quill and Scroll,
3, 4, Mask and Wig, 3, 4 lPresiclentlg
National Thespiansg Maroon and White,
3, 4 lSports Editorlg Student Council, 1,
Clubs: Battlelaeld, lg Air Raid Warden,
25 Radio, 3, Service, 3, 43 'lsuspenseng
"l"notloose'!g "Christmas Carolng "What
a Life", "Only an Orphan Girl."
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G.A A., 2, 3, 4 lcabinetlg Chorus, 2,
3, 4, Clubs: Dramatic, 3, Service, 3, 4.
DRAKE, THELMA R.
Cannon-Aid, G.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 4 Krabi-
netlg Chorus, 2, 3, 4, Cubs: Debating,
lg Etiquette, 1, Dramatic, 2, 3, Service,
Cannon-Aid: National Honor Society,
Quill and Scroll, 3, 4: Maroon and White,
1, 2, 3, 4 lEditorlg G.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 4
lcahinctlg Debating Team, 3, Chorus, Z,
4, Band, 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council, 1,
2, 3, Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 4, Clubs: De-
bating, 1, Z, journalism, 1, 2, 3, History,
3, 4, Service, 4.
G.A.A., 1, 2, 4 fcabinetjg Chorus, 2,
33 Clubs: Air Raid Warden, Z, Advanced
First Aid, 3: Service, 3, 4.
EISENHART, SEFTON R.
Cannon-Aid, Class Softball, 1, Class
Track, 1, 2, .I.V. Football, lg J.V. Basket-
ball, 1, 2, Varsity Basketball, 3, 4g Var-
sity Track, 3, 4.
ENOCH, JANET L.
Cannon-Aid, 4, Clubs: Knitting, 2
lPresidentlg Sewing, 3, Service, 3, 4.
Cannon-Aid, Class President, 2, Class
Softball, lg J.V. Football, lg -l.V. Basket-
ball, 1, 2, Varsity Football, 2, 3, 45 Var-
sity Basketball, 3, 4, Student Council, Z,
Boys' Music Club, 4.
EvANs, BETTY J.
Club: Service, 3.
FEESER. EDWARD W.
Class Track, 3.
FIDLER, EUGENE C,
Class Track, 2, Class Basketball, 2:
J.V. Football, 2, Varsity Football, 3:
Track, 1, Clubs: Sportsman, lg Airplane,
Z, Pre-Induction, 4.
FIDLER, RICHARD R.
Cannon-Aid fAdvertising Managerlg
National Honor Society, Class President,
1, Class Softball, J.V. Basketball, 1, 25
Varsity Basketball, 3, 4, Varsity Football
1, 4, Student Council, 1, 2.
Chorus, 3, 4, Club: Music, 3.
Class Basketball, 1, 2, 3: Track Man-
ager, 1, 2, Clubs: F.F.A., 1, 2, Pre
Induction, 3, 4, Service, 4.
GALLAGHER. ,lol-IN L.
Class Basketball, lg Class Track, lg
Clubs: Pre-Induction, 4: Service, 4.
GrsIsI5I.MAN. JANICE M.
CannonAAidg Chorus, 2, Drum Major-
ette, 2, 33 C1.A.A., I, 2, 3, 4 lcabinetl.
GITLIN, DORIS Louisa
Cannon-Aid lCo-Editorlg National
Honor Society: Quill and Scroll, 4: Mask
and Wig, 3, 4 fVice Presiclentl: National
Thespians: Maroon and White, 1, 2, 3, 4g
Debating Team, 33 Chorus, 2: Clubs:
journalism, l, 2, 3, 4, Debating, 1, 2, 3,
History. 3, 4: Service, 4: "Footloose"g
Xvhat a Lift-"1 "Only an Orphan Girl,"
Lock Haven High, l, Z: Cannon-Aid:
Chorus. 3. 4: Clubs: History, 3, 4: Dra-
matic, 3, Service, 3, 4.
Chorus, 3, 4: Club: Music, 3.
HARBAUGH. MYRNA L.
G.A.A,, 3, 4, Chorus, 3, 4, Club: Dra
G.A.A., I, 25 Chorus, 3, 4, Clubs:
Knitting, lg Dramatic, 2, 3, Service, 3.
Transferred from York Springs High
HORNER. WILLIAM H.
Cannon-Aid, Class Basketball, l, 2, 3
4, Class Track, 3, Class Softball, lg j.V
Clubs: Battlefield, I, Z: Dramatic, 3.
JEFFCOAT, GRACE A.
Club: Typing, 3.
Cannon-Aid, Quill and Scroll, 4: Ma-
roon and White, 1, 25 Feature Editor, 3,
4, Clubs: Journalism, 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A.,
Cannon-Aid, 4: Maroon and White, 4,
G.A.A., 3, Clubs: Etiquette, 1: Typing,
3, Service, 4g Journalism, 4.
KENNELL, ARTHUR L.
Class Basketball, 1, Z, 3: Class Track,
Z, Clubs: Razlio, l, 2, Pre-Induction, 4.
KENNELL. MARCETTE I.
Home Economics, Commercial -
Band, 2, 3, 4, Clubs: Knitting, 1, Z,
Typing, 3, Chorus, 3, 4.
KEPNER. ANNA M.
Cannon-Aid, Chorus, 3, 4: Clubs: Dra-
matic, 2, Service, 3, 4.
KASSEL, MARY F.
Commercial, Home Economics
G.A.A., lg Chorus, 2, Clubs: Red Cross
Council, 2, Dramatic, 3.
Cannon-Aiclg Chorus, 3, 4, Clubs: Typ-
ing, 3, Journalism, 4.
KNORR. CORNELIUS C.
Cannon-Aid, Mask ancl Wig, 3, 4: Na-
tional Thespiansg Maroon and White, 3,
4, C'ass Basketball, 2, 3, 4, Track, I, 2,
3, 4: Track, 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus, 3: Clubs:
History, 3, 4 iTreasurerl, Journalism, 3,
4: Service, 3, 4, Tumbling, 4, "Leave It
to Mother", "What a Life."
G.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 4g Clubs: Knitting, 1,
History, 3, 4, First Aid, 3, Service, 3, 4,
G.A.A., l, 2, 3, 4, Clubs: History, 3,
4, liirst Aid, 3, Servi:c, 3, 4: Etiquette, 4.
Club: Dramatic, 3.
Class Basketball, 3, Track, 3, Student
Council, 3, Cub: Tumbling, 3.
Cannon-Aid: Chorus, 2, 3, 4: Student
Council, 1: Clubs: Etiquette, 1: Dra-
matic, 2: Typing, 35 Red Cross Council, 4.
MlI.LHlMES. MARY V.
G.A.A., 2, 3: Clubs: Home Economics,
lg Sewing, Z, 33 Service, 4.
G.A A., 1, 2, 3, 4 lcabinetlg Chorus,
4: Clubs: Typing, 3: Service, 4.
OGDEN, WILLIAM ROBERT
Cannon-Aid, Class Vice President, 3,
Achlctic Council, 4, Mask and Wig, 3, 4,
Cass Softball, lg J.V. Basketball, lg Var-
sity Basketball, 2, 3, 45 Varsity Track, 1,
2, 3, 4: Chorus, 2, Band, 1, 2, 33 Or-
chestra, 2, 33 "Leave Ir to Mother",
PEPPLE, Dolzzs ALLENE
Home Economics, Academic
Chorus, 3, 43 Club: First Aid, 3,
RASMUSSEN, NORMAN CARL
Cannon-Aid, National Honor Society,
Class President, 35 Cass Basketball, 1, 2,
3, Varsity Basketball, 4, Student Council,
1, 2, 3 fTreasurerJ, 43 History Club, 3,
4 lPresidentlg Red Cross Council, 1,
Clubs: Battlefield, 1, Tumbling, 3.
Cannon-Aid: G.A.A., 3, Chorus, 2, 3,
4, Clubs: Knitting, lg Dramatic, 2, Red
Cross Council, 3 lVice Presidentlg Serv-
REAVER, PHYLLIS KATHRYN
Cannon-Aiclg G.A.A., 35 Chorus, 3, 45
Student Council, 35 Clubs: Home Eco-
nomics, 15 Dramatic, 2, 35 Service, 4.
Boringquen Fielcl High School, Maya
guez, P. R., 15 Cannon-Aicl5 Class Basket
ball, 2, 3, 45 Varsity Track, 3, 45 Club
Cannon-Aiclg National Honor Society
Class Treasurer, 35 Maroon and White,
3, 45 G.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 4 lcabinet, Presi
clentjg Chorus, 35 Band, 1, 2, 3, 45 Stu
clcnt Council, Z, 45 Clubs: Debating, 1
Library, 15 Dramatic, 25 Typing, 35 His
tory, 3, 45 Service, 3, 4 lChairmanJ.
Cannon'Aid5 Mask and Wig, 3, 45
National Thespiansg Maroon and 'Wl1ite,
1, 2, 3, 45 G.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 4 lcabinetl5
Chorus, 2. 3, 45 Band, 2, 3, 4 fMajor-
ettelg Clubs: Journalism, 1, 25 Music, 35
"New Fires"5 "Footloose"
Class Basketball, 1, 2, 35 Clubs: Model
Airplane, 15 Tumbling, 35 Pre-Induction,
45 Real Cross Council, 3.
G.A.A,, 25 Chorus, 3, 45 Clubs: Knit-
ting, 15 Draznatics, 2, 3.
Class Softball, 13 Clubs: Alfplanev 13 Clubs: Airplane, 15 Pre-Incluction, 4.
Pre-Induction, 45 Tumbling, 3.
SCHWARTZ, jo!-IN FREDERICK
RUDISILL, Lenoir R. HRM!!!
' 1 Class Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 45 Class Soft-
Agncu ture ball, 15 Varsity Football, 2, 35 Varsity
Class Basketball, 45 Varsity Footba'l, 45 Track, 1, 2, 35 Debating Team, 1, 35
Club: F.F.A., 1, 2, 3 flleporterl, 4.
Chorus, 2, 3, 45 Band, 1, 2, 3, 45 Or-
chestra, 1, 2, 3, 45 Clubs: Battlefield, 15
Air Raicl Warden, 25 First Ai:l, 35 Red
Cross Council, 4 lpresidentj.
G.A A., l, Z, 3, 4 lcabinetlg Band, 2,
3, 4g Orchestra, 3, Clubs: Service, 3, Air
Raid Warden, 2, First Aid, 3.
G.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 4 lcabinetjg Chorus,
Z, 3, 4g Clubs: Dramatic, 2, 3, Service, 2.
SIzTTLE, HAR0l,D W.
Class Basketball, 33 Maroon and White,
lg Chorus, Z, 3, 4, Band, 1, 2, 3, 4, Or-
chestra, 23 Club: Boys' Chorus, 4.
Columbus, Georgia, High School, Little
Rock, Arkansas, High School, 1, 2, Club:
SHIaAI.IsR, ALICE MARIE
G.A.A., l, Z, 3, 4 lcabinetl: Chorus,
3, 4, Clubs: Knitting, 2, Typing, 3:
Class Basketball, 1, Z, 3, 4, Class Track,
l, Z, 3, 4g j.V. Football, lg Varsity Foot-
ball, 2, 4g Track, 1, Z3 Clubs: Airplane,
lg Pre-Induction, 4.
SHEFFER, jour: A.
Class Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Soft-
ball, 1, Track, 1, 2, Band, l, 2, 3, 4,
Orchestra, 3, 4: Clubs: Battlefield, I'
Advanced Mathematics, 4.
Chorus, Z, 3, 4, Clubs: Knitting, 15
Dramatic, 2: Sewing, 3.
Chorus, 3, 4, Clubs: Etiquette, 1, Typ-
Cannon-Aiclg Maroon ancl White, 1, 2,
3, 45 Class Basketball, l, 2, 3, Class Soft-
ball, lg Varsity Basketball, 4: Varsity
Track, 1, Z: Football Manager, 1: Chorus,
2, 3, 4, Band, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra, 2, 3:
Clubs: Journalism, 1, 2, 3, Boys' Chorus,
45 Service, 3, 4.
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G.A A., 1, 2, 3, 4 fcabinetl, Chorus,
2, 3, 4, Clubs: Knitting ,Vice Presidentl,
1, Air Raid Warclen, 2, Dramatic, 3,
Service, 3, 4.
SMITH, HAROLD M.
Clubs: F.F.A., 3, Airplane, 1, Red
Cross Council, 3, Stage Crew, 4.
Cannon-Aid, Quill and Scroll, 3, 4
iPresidentl, Mask ancl Wig, 3, 4, Na-
tional Thespians, Maroon and White, l,
2, 3, 4 1Advertising Managerjg Class
Basketball, 2, 3, 4, Clubs: Red Cross
Council, l, 2 lVice Presidentj, Dramatic,
3, Pre-Induction, 4, History, 3, 4, Service,
3, 4, Stage Crew iManagerl 3, 4.
SMITH, LUTHER A.
Cannon-Aid, Mask and Wig, 1, 2, 3,
4, National Thespians, Class Basketball,
I, 2, 3, 4, Class Softball, I, Class Foot-
ball, 1, Varsity Basketball Manager, 1, 2,
Debating Team, l, 3, Chorus, 4, Band,
1, Z, 3, 4, Orchestra, 2, 3, 4, Student
Council, I, Caubsz Dramatic, 1, Airplane,
1, Air Raid Warden, 2, First Aid, 3, Ad-
vanced Mathematics, 4, "Tom Sawyer",
"New Fires", "American Way", "Foot-
G.A.A., Z, 3, 4, Clubs: Library, l, Z,
SOUTHERN, MYRTLE jo
Grifhn, New Market, Indiana, 1, Win-
gate, Crawfordville, Indiana, 2, Indian-
apolis, lndiana, Clearwater, Florida, 3,
SPAHR, JEANNE H.
-, . ,I
Cannon-Aid, Quill and Scroll, 3, 4
iSecretaryj, Maroon and White, 1, 2, 3,
4 iBusiness Managerj, Cheerleader, 1, 2,
3, 4, G.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 4 fcabinet, Vice
Presiclentl, Chorus, Z, 3, 4, Student
Council, l, Service Club, 3, 4.
SPANGLEI1, HARRY A.
Cannon-Aid, Class Basketball, I, Z, 3,
4, Track, 1, 2, 3, Band, 1, Z, 3, 4, Or-
chestra, 1, 2, 3, 4, Clubs: F,F.A., 1, 2,
3 ,Vice Presidentl, 4 fPresidentJ, Club:
SPERRY, WILLIAM H.
Cannon-Aid 1Business Managerj, Na-
tional Honor Society, Quill and Scroll, 3,
4, Mask and Wig, 4, National Thespians,
Maroon and White fSports Editorl 3, 4,
Class Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Track,
1, 2, Class Softball, I, 2, ,I.V. Footbal',
l, Varsity Football, 2, 3, 4, Track, 1, 2,
3, 4, Debating Team, 1, Chorus, 2, Clubs,
Debating, Battlefield, 1, Red Cross Coun-
cil, 3 iVice Presidentjg journalism, 3,
History, 3, 4, Service, 4, "Footloose",
"Only an Orphan Girlf,
STANSBURY, GLORIA V.
G.A,A., 2, Clubs: Knitting, 2, Typ-
Mask and Wig, 3, 4, National Thes
ims- GAA 1 2 3 4 lcabinetj- Cho
P- s - - - 1 a 1 y '
rus, Z, 3, 4, Cubs: Library, lg Dramatic,
2, 3: Service, 3.
STEVENSON, JOSEPH W.
Class Basketball, 1, 23 Class Track, 1
Z, j.V. Football, 2: Varsity Football, 3, 4
Track, 1, 25 Clubs: Airplane, lg Tum-
bling, 3g Boys' Chorus, 4.
G.A.A,, 1, 2, 3, 4 lcabinetlg Clubs:
Library, lg Typing, 3, Red Cross Coun-
cil, 4, Service, 4.
STRONG, JOSEPH F.
Richmond Hill High School, New York,
1, 2, Class Track, 3, Club: Tumbling, 3.
Dubuque, Iowa, 1, Z3 Chambersburg,
THRUSH, GEORGE HERBERT
J.V. Football, 1: J.V. Basketball, 1, 23
Varsity Football, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Basket-
ball, 3, 4, Varsity Track, l, 2, 3, 4
Stu lent Council, 1, 2, Clubs: Business, li 1
Boys' Chorus, 4.
TOPPER, HERMINE TERESA
Chorus, 4, Club: Typing, 3.
Chorus, 4, Club: Library, 1, 2, 3.
TROXELL, WILLIAM E.
C annon -Aid, J.V. Football, 1, 25 Var
sity Football, 3, 4, Clubs: Photography,
1, Z ffreasurerlg Airplane, 3 ffreasurerl
Pre-Induction, 4, Boys' Chorus, 4.
WAGNER, NANCY JANNETTE
Home Economics, 1, 2, 45 Commercial,
G.A.A., 3, Chorus, 3.
WALKER, GENE T.
Clubs: Model Airplane, 15 Radio, Z, 35
Boys' Chorus, 45 "What a Life."
Cannon-Aidg Maroon and White, 1,
2, 3, 45 G.A.A., 1, 45 Chorus, 45 Student
Council, 45 Clubs: Journalism, 1, 2, 3,
Service, 3, 45 History, 3, 4.
Mask and Wig, 3, 45 Clubs: F.F.A.,
I, 2, 3, 4 lsecretarylg Stage Crew, 3, 4.
Cannon-Aid5 G.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 4 lcabi-
netJ5 Chorus, 2, 3, 45 Clubs: Red Cross
Council, Z5 Dramatic, 35 Service, 3, 4.
Cannon Aid, Maroon and White, 1, 2,
3, 45 G.A.A., 1, 2, 45 Chorus, 2, 3, 45
Clubs: Maroon and White Business, 1, 25
Service 3 4
Track, 35 J.V. Football, 15 Varsity
Basketball, 3, Club: Tumbling, 3.
G.A.A., 1, Z, 3, 4 lcabinet15 Chorus,
Z, 3, 45 Club: Typing, 3.
Cannon-Aid: Maroon and White, 1, 2,
3, 45 G.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 4 lcabinetl5
Chorus, 2, 3, 45 Clubs: journalism, 1,
Red Cross Council, 25 Service, 3.
Cannon-Aid lCo-Editori 5 National
Honor Societyg Mask and Wig, 2, 3, 4
lSecreraryj5 National Thespians, 3, 4:
Maroon and White, 3, 4, G.A.A., 1, 2,
3, 4: Cheerleagler, 1, 2, 3, 45 Debating
Team, 35 Chorus, 2, 45 Orchestra, 1, 2,
3, 45 Stuient Council, 2 lsecreraryj, 35
Clubs: Maroon and White Business, 15
Air Raid Warslen, 25 Maroon and White
Journalism, 3, 45 Service, 3, 45 "New
Fires"5 "Suspense", "Leave It to Mother"5
"Footloose',5 "Only an Orphan Girl."
YINGLING, MARY REBECCA
G.A.A., 1, 25 Club: Typing, 3.
TEMPER MENTALS HANDSHAKERS LAZY BONES
Kathleen jones Doris Gitlin Jane Winebrenner
Sefton Eisenhart William Sperry Richard Fidler
"Don't turn the other cheek" "An apple for the teacher" "Long live loafin' "
SMOOTHEST DRESSERS HAPPY GO LUCKIES JITTERBUGS
Doris Gitlin Patricia Scott Helen Sterner
Richard Fidler joseph Strong George Thrush
"Direct from the bandbox' "Keep a smile on your face" "The faster the better
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TIMID SOULS PRANKSTERS FLIRTS
Doris Pepple Janice Geiselman jane Winebrenner
John Sheffer Lloyd Rotlmhaupt George Thrush
Less said the bettery' "Do the worstest, lirstesti' "Anything goes"
FOGS ORIGINALITY KIDS COWBOYS
Winifred Bowers Gloria Esker Freda Coffman
Richard Jacobs Walter Keeney Lloyd Rothhaupt
"Deep in a dream" "Every man for himselfl' "I got spurs that jangle"
CONTINUED ON PAGE 80
Norman Rasmussen . . , easily noticed by his army clothes lwish I had a brotherj . . . uses Calox . . eats lots of ice cream . .
likes beautiful girls.
Patricia Scott . . . hopeful laboratory technician . eats spaghetti . . . patronizes Dr, Lyons toothpaste . . . easily overlooked because
of her size . . . likes the Navy.
Luther Smith . . . seen pedaling a blue bicycle . . . likes turkey and all the trimmings . . . Lute's just wild about English class! . .
Margaret Little . . . wears a certain identification bracelet . . . fond of dancing . . . indulges in Italian spaghetti . . . Avon perfume
Rachel Myers . . . seen with Gertrude Williams . . . singing is her favorite pastime . . . favors Evening in Paris and Colgate.
Doris Pepple . . . distinguished by wave in front of her hair . . . Greyhound buses, Bing Crosby, Sammy Kaye, and Guy Lombardo
are her passions . . . uses Ipana for that added sparkle.
Sara Sanders . . . wears '41 class ring . . . partial to the Naval Air Corps fdon't ask whyj and music . . . guzzles "French fries" and
Lloyd Rothhaupt . . . guzzles steaks ibefore the warl . . . likes Avon perfume . . is surrounded by women and likes women fone
Leroy Rudisill . . . enjoys thick steaks , . . uses Colgate toothpaste . . . usually found with Eileen . . . likes sports.
Richard Shealer . . . another strawberry blonde . . . eats lots of well-done steaks . . . uses Colgate . . . likes sports.
Gene Walker . . , eats anything and everything . . . uses Pepsodent . . . is seen with Lloyd Rothhaupt and likes girls fis he kiddin'?j.
WOMEN IN WHITE
Shirley Carbaugh . . . our quiet blonde . .' . relishes bananas . . , likes Tweed perfume . . . likes to write letters.
Eloise Coffelt . . . easily recognized by her small size . . . likes spaghetti . . . likes to sniff Evening in Paris perfume . . . fond of dancing
Reta Crouse . . . craves banana splits . . . another Colgate fan.
Thelma Drake , . . likes steak . . . uses Evening in Paris perfume . . . is seen with Virginia Anzengruber and likes to listen to orchestra
Barbara johnson . . . future Army Nurse . . . Walter's steady . . . likes to eat spaghetti with meat balls and tomatoes fis that all?J . . .
smells sweetly of Evening in Paris . . , swimming and music are her specialties.
Phyllis Reaver . . , always has a pencil behind her ear . . . eats lots of ice cream . . . shines up with Colgate toothpaste . . . likes sports
Alice Tressler . . . likes sirloin steak iwho doesn't?j . . . Tussy Perfume . . . totes a ten ton tan pocketbook . . . plays the piano.
Mildred Walter . . . likes spaghetti and steak . . . wears Tweed Perfume . . . famous for her "haircut" . . . likes dancing and the Navy
fwho is he, Millie?j.
Eugene Fidler . . . likes milk shakes and hamburgers . . . uses Listerine . . . owns that famous door without a handle . . . likes Hying.
Leo Gallagher . . . the little man who's never in class . , . relishes chocolate ice cream . . . brushes up with Colgate's . . . recognized within
a block by his sport shirts . , . likes friendly people and airplanes ifriendly airplanes?J.
Richard McDonnell . . , blushes "readily" iget it?j . . . likes outdoor sports . . . doesn't care what kind of food he eats just so there's
lots of it . . . believes in perfume only for girls.
William Sperry . . . enjoys chili con carne and huckleberry pie fwhat a mixturej . . . uses Squibb toothpaste . . . is seen with Horner,
Knorr, and Keeney . . . likes blondes ithatis a man for ya'j.
Lois Waybright . . . owns that "dimple" and a maroon "Chevy" . . . swimming and music are her specialties . uses "Bluegrass" perfume
. . . relishes raw carrots lfor her eyesj.
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Robert Sheads . . . a Bob Hope fan and user of Pepsodent . . . tears around in a '37 Olds . . . indulges in meat loaf and creamed
Harold Small . . . "Ki's" big moment . . . likes sports and ? ? ? fwonder what the question marks are for?j . . . cleans his molars
with Colgate . . . dotes on spaghetti and meat balls.
Barbara Wolff . . . appreciates a good sense of humor . . . known by her curly hair . . . uses Tweed and gorges on Antipasto.
Richard Epley . . . will specialize in doctoring eyes . . . could live on fried chicken . . . for his personality smile uscs Colgate . .
can usually be found with Eisenhart or Fidler or Haehnlen or Thrush . . . he's just wild about women.
Fred Haehnlen . . . can be distinguished in any crowd by that thatch of red hair . . . likes everybody! . . . and loves fried chicken , . .
Pepsodent for that "come hither" smile.
William Ogden . . . another eye specialist with bright rosy cheeks and curly hair , . . likes to insult Phyllis . . . adores Come Hither
perfume II bet he uses it tool . . . likes steak--raw.
James Smith . . . looks forward to drilling teeth but still has time to enjoy sports . . . usually seen with a platinum blonde at his
side . . . recommends Teel for his future patients . . . to make him husky eats potatoes fried, boiled, and baked.
Ed Carbaugh . . . hopes to be a shop teacher . . . gorges himself with French fried potatoes . . . for his smile uses Colgate . . . noted
for hauling cheerleaders to games . . . likes airplane modeling.
Freda Coffman . . . wants to be a physical education teacher . . . dotes on macaroni and cheese . . . uses "Reckless" which suits her
favorite redhead . . . cowboys around in " '38" Chrysler . . . likes sports and music.
Dick Jacobs . . . likes chocolate marshmallow peanut sundaes . . . uses Listerine for his shy grin . , . art and music arc his specialties.
Cornelius Knorr . . . history teacher . . . his favorite food is ice cream . . . he keeps his smile bright with Colgate . . . often seen with
Horner, Keeney and Sperry . . . goes in for pole vaulting.
Arlene Rohrbaugh . . . the wit of '45 . . . just loves scalloped potatoes with onions . . . she uses Pepsodent with irium . . . has a craze
for white socks.
Mildred Wentz . . . plans to be a physical education teacher . . . could live on ice cream . . . uses Colgate for her grin . . . recognized
by her multi-streaked hair . . . a whiz in sports which she loves.
Gloria Ecker . . . devours lots of fried chicken . . . uses Avon perfume fof coursel . . . is known by her Ndishwater blonde" hair . . .
Nancy Berkheimer . . . Sefton's "cuddle bunny" . . , dotes on French fries . . , uses Ipana for sparkling ivories . . . "Tweed" by request
. . . she swoons over Frank Sinatra's voice.
jane Buehler . . . identified instantly by her "football" legs . . . uses Calox for her smile and "Follow Me" to attract . . . lwell we
know whol . . . Italian spaghetti her specialty . . . likes the trumpet of Harry james.
Phyllis Eiker . . . partial to oatmeal of all things fughj . . . uses "Tigress" exclusively . . . has the darndest innocent stare . . . she
likes a soldier.
Viola Fiscel . . . wants to work in a factory . . . she likes to Eat sirloin steak . . . attracts opposite sex with Evening in Paris perfume
. . often seen with Jean Harbaugh . . . she likes orchestra music.
Janice Geiselman . . . she likes to eat hamburgers and French fried potatoes . . . she keeps her fetching smile with Pepsodent . . . always
flirtin' . . . she likes tall boys with black hair, and brown eyes fhmmml.
Doris Gitlin . . . stuffs herself with chicken chow mein . . . keeps her man with "Follow Me" . . . seen arguing with Ann Gaines . . .
what she likes is a "MILITARY" secret iwell military anywayj.
Jean Harbaugh . . . steak is her favorite food . . . caught her future hubby with Coty perfume . . . recognized by her engagement
ring . . . she likes to take walks.
Evelyn Hess . . . favorite food is steak . . . she keeps her smile bright with Colgate's and attracts men with Evening in Paris . . .
likes to skate.
Jean Kuhn . . . says that five years from now she will still be hunting a man . . . she likes to eat French fries and thick juicy steaks
. . . her favorite perfume is Tweed . . . pals around with Helen Lazos . . . Jeanie likes dancing and tall, dark, and handsome
fanything over 6 ft.l men. '
Mary Millhimes . . . likes to eat chili con carne . . . favors Coty perfume . . . recognized by her shadow, Violet Barb . . . she likes
to receive lots of letters.
Doris Smith . . . likes to eat Italian spaghetti . . . keeps her smile bright with Colgate and attracts the men with "Attention" . . .
she is recognized by her dimples . . . Doris likes sailors.
Ruth Sorlie . . . her favorite food is ice cream . . . she keeps her wonderful smile with Listerine . . . often seen with jean Stitt , , ,
she likes basketball and the movies.
Helen Sterner . . . attracts her one and only with "Follow Me" . . . helps dazzling smile by the use of Colgate's . . . guzzles French fries
constantly . . . often seen "day dreaming" . . . she likes to dance.
Gertrude Williams . . . likes mashed potatoes . . . knocks out men with Evening in Paris . . . runs around with Rachel Myers . .
she likes dancing.
Ann Gaines . . . stuffs herself with spaghetti . . . makes men's hearts flutter with "Flutter" . . . always seen arguing with Gitlin . .
likes the Navy.
likes to swim and dance.
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Kathleen jones, Miriam Keeney, liarluara Klinefelter, Dorothy Koontz, Betty Leeming, Edward Moser, Jean Mtisselman, Kathleen Plattene
lwurg, Ann Rallensperger, jane Rainer, David Rasmussen. Marlweth Reed, Teresa Riley, Fred Rodgers, Arlene Rohrhangh, Freda Rohrhaugh,
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Ziegler, Betty Mae Singley, Delores Dougherty, Gloria Eclcer, jo Ann Thomas, Winifred Naugle, Delores Myers, Mary Louise Chrismer,
.lean Musselman, -Ioan Johnston, Rtithe Fortenhaugh, Kathleen Plattenhurg.
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leiispcrger, Alamos Rohr-rts. Charles Rodgers. Fred Rodgers, john Schwartz, Nancy Shanehroolc, john Sheller, james Slav-
lvznigh. l,ntln-r Smith, l'larry Spangler. hlean Thomas, -loan Thomas, Williaiii Tipton, Barham Wfolll, Barham Ziegler.
lVlr. l,onganccl4vr fl3ireCtorj.
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l,nrille lialccr, Raymond l31slwing.Donalcll5ollinger,lVlary Bowers, Arthur Clapsaddle, Gloria Ticker. Howard Fox,
lVlarcctte' Kenncll, Cialen Kvenvv, Waltr-r Keeney, Doris Jean Kitzmiller, Granville Miller, Grace Nlyers, Doris Oyler, Alice
l'lanlc, lqnnes Rohr-rts, Cliarlt-s Rodgers, Fred Rodgers, Arlene Rohrhaugh, Lorraine Rohrhaugh, Rohert Saylor, john Schwartv,
Patty gmail, Melvin St-asc, Nancy Shanehroolc, Rohert Shealer, John Shelfer, james Slayhaugh, Harold Small, l.nther
Smith, Harry Spangler, jean Thomas, .loan Thomas, William Tipton, Barbara Ziegler.
Mr. Longancclcer fllirectorl.
First Row-Nlildred Reaver, Rose Marie Swisher, Anna Shields, Barbara Oyler, Elsie Ullrich, Joan Johnston, Doris
Jean Kitzmiller, Alice Shealer, Barhara Wolff, Phyllis Reaver, Phyllis Bower, Anna Mae Hemler.
Second Row-Jane Winehretiner, Lois Wayhright, Freda Coffman, Jeanne Spahr, Janice Sachs, Nancy Amiclc, Ruth
Starry, Johanna Grieh, Eloise Coflelt, Barbara Johnson, Jeannine Stamhaugh, Mr. Shade lDirectorJ, Miriam Keeney,
Teresa Riley, Roxey Stamhaugh, Phyllis Eilcer, Jean Mtlsselman, Gloria Eclcer, Peggy Ann Smith, Jane Buehler, Betty
Teeter, Barhara Klinefelter.
Third Row-Jack Cromwell, John Schwartz, Vincent Conti, Luther Sachs, Walter Keeney, Harold Small, Galen
Keeney, Rohert Saylor, Luther Smith.
First Row-Ethel Coshun, Betty Ford QV. Pres.J, Jackie Sanders fPres.J, Nancy Myers fSec.J, Viola Jellcoat.
Second Row-Nliss Ross fAdviserJ , Dorothy Koontz, Wfillie Catherine Crahill, Faith Linehaugh, Marjel Hutter, Helen
Third Row-Nancy Heyser, Nlary Kay Baughman, Kathryn Deaner, Pearl Rudisill, Peggy Felix, Betty Lippy, Anna
Wetzel. Not on picture-Dorothy Townsend.
Hemler, Anna Nlae
Swisher, Rose Marie
Waybright, Geraldine Smith, Peggy
First Row-Richard Chronister, Donald Bucher, George Gorman, Luther Sachs, Walter Mountain, Charles Rodgers
Harold Hand, Fred Rodgers, Jay Hershey, Harold Small.
Second Row-Mr. Shade fAdviserJ, Jay Galbraith, Milton Moyer, Allen McDonnell, George Thrush, Joe Stevenson
Gene Walker, Raphael Redding, Jaclc Hartman, Francis Eberhart.
Third Row-Jack Cromwell, James Slaybaugh, Richard Hess, James Hess, Sefton Eisenhart, Richard Epley, Eugene
Fidler, Tom McLaughlin, Vincent Conti, Harold Settle.
First Row-Janet Arendt, Doris Sterner
fTreas.l, Shirley Cruze lSec.l, Mary Louise
Smith lV. Pres.l, Carolyn Sentz, Kathleen
Second Row-Virginia Brent, Irene Baltz-
ley, Mary Bower, Evelyn Waddell, Martha
Martin fPres.l, Mrs. Ridinger lAdviserl.
First Row--Nlary Snider QV. Pres.l,
Teresa Nunemalcer fSec.l, Richard Sanders
fReporterl, Teresa Riley lPres.l. Doris Cyler
Second Row-Evelyn Beclcer, Mary Louise
Cole, Violet Thompson, Blanche Moritv, Kath-
leen Furney, Miss Little lAdviserl.
First Row-Ardella Herr, Virginia Anzen-
gruher, Anna Kepnet QV. I9res,l, Miss lfmlet
fAdviserl, Phyllis Reaver fpresj, Eloise Cof-
felt lTreas.l, Myrtle Jo Southern QSec.l. La-
Second Row-Marcette Kennell, Betty
Wildasiim, Lois Waylwriglit, Barhara -lohnson,
Mildred Waltift, Shirley Carhaugh, Myrna
Harhaugh, Mary Kessel, Doris Pepple, Alice
Third Row-Gloria Stanshury, Mary
Yingling, Mildred Reaver, 'lean Harhaugh,
Sara Sanders, Iivelvn Shriver. Violet Barh,
Nancy Wagner, Helen Bucher.
Not on picture-Phyllis Bower, Viola
Fiscel, Evelyn Hess, Mary Millhiines, Hermine
Topper, Virginia Taylor.
First Row-Freda Coffman, Betty Lou
Baughman, Helen Sterner, Barbara Wolff,
Doris Gitlin, Doris Ann Gaines, Nancy Amiclc,
Second Row-Cornelius Knorr, Walter
Keeney, Williain Cromer, William Sperry, Miss
Scott fAdviserJ , William Ogden, James Smith,
Rohert Saylor, Luther Smith.
First Row-Barhara Wolff, Doris Ann
Gaines, Norman Rasmussen fPres.J, Walter
Keeney fV. Pres.J, Barbara Johnson fSec,J,
Second Row-Miss Rainer fAdviserJ,
William Sperry, Gloria Eclcer, Mildred Walter,
Carolyn Blocher, Arlene Rohrlnaugh, James
Third Row-Jean Kuhn, Jane Buehler,
Helen Lazos, Johanna Grieh, Janet Enoch,
Shirley Carhaugh, Kathryn Bucher.
Not on picture-Cornelius Knorr fTreas.J ,
Doris Ann Gaines, Nancy Berkheimer,
Barhara Wolfic, Jeanne Spahr, Carolyn Blocher.
First Row-Anna Mae Hemler, Janice Cole, I.ucille Baker, Patricia Rehert QV. Pres.l. Ethel Rehert fTreas.l. Viola
Small fPres.l, lfinina Lower fSec.l, Delores Kane, Betty Collins, Florence Bowling.
Second Row--Ruth Karrasch, Ruth Kepner, Wanda Lochhaum, Peggy Gigous, Doris Rudisill, Genevieve Koontz. -lean
Harner, Patricia Keeler, .lean Musselman, Helen l.azos, Mrs. Heintzelman fAdviserj.
Third Row--june Sanders, Anna Louise Decker, Mayhelle Herr, Doris Cleveland, Rena Diclzert. Dorothy Townsemfl,
luwuettt l.t-gore, Anna Planlc. jean Kuhn, Ruth Sorlie. Helen Flohr.
HCME NURSING CLUB
First Row--Elsie Ullrich, Anna Shields, Betty Lee Moser, Barbara Gyler, jane Swope lPres.l, Janet Shields lTreas.l
Peggy Snider fV. Pres.l.
Second Row-Louise Wetzel, Geraldine Wayhriglit, Peggy Shriner, Janet Sixeas, Mary Louise Sanders, Betty Teeter
Peggy Ridinger, Mrs. Ridler fAdviserl.
Third Row-Dorothy Hinlcle, Rheda Wilson, Ramona Drake, Gertrude White, Phyllis Lawver, Grace Myers.
Not on picture-Betty Gladhill, Dorothy Shetter, Margaret Fulton.
MASK AND WIG
First Row-Helen Sterner, .Ianice Sachs, Barbara Vlfolff fSec.l, Doris Gitlin fV. Pres.l, William Cromer fPrcs.l,
Nancy Amiclc fTreas.l. Freda Coffman, Doris Ann Gaines, Betty Lou Baughman.
Second Row-Miss Scott lAdviserl. Luther Smith, james Smith, William Sperry, William Ogden, Walter Keeney
Edgar Moser. Rohert Saylor, Cornelius Knorr.
BCND AND STAMP SALESMEN
First Row-Ruth Sorlie, Mary Wierman Heintzelman, Phyllis Reaver, Sara Sanders, Dorothy Koontz, Ruth Ann Swopc,
Barbara Ziegler, jane Winehrenner, Johanna Grieh.
Second Row-Miss Ramer fChairmanj , Elizabeth Blocher, Margaret Gigous, Thelma Vogel, Ann Raflenspcrgcr, Teresa
Riley, Viola Small, Mildred Wentz, Roxey Stambaugh.
Third Row-Walter Mountain, Robert Heyser, Earl Forry, Leo Gallagher, William Cromer, Geoffrey Grieh, Kenneth
Fair, David Weaner.
First Row-Richard Altemose, Norman Rasmussen, Walter Keeney, William Cromer, Fred Haehnlen.
Second Row-lired Heatwolc, Donald Williams, Richard Schultz, Williani Ogden, Edward Fecser, Mr. Sheads
Third Row-john Redding, Lloyd Rothhaupt, Leo Gallagher. james Smith, Richard Shealer, Rolwert Sanders.
john Benner, Keith Clapsaddle, Charles Curley, Loy Dietrich, Donald Doersom, Leo Goulden, Robert Heyser, Cornelius
Knorr, james Leech, Rohert Leedy, Nelson Mattingly, John McKenriclc, Richard Miller, Charles Moser, Edgar Moser.
Howard Olson, Russell Redding, Earl Sanders, James Sanders, Melvin Sease, Jack Settle, john Settle, Harry Siianer,
Rohcrt Shcalcr, Chester Small, Rohert Steinherger, Joseph Strong, William Tonsil, Clyde Williams, Nlr. Dry fAdviserj.
F. F. A.
First Row-Paul Waybright, Edward Gebhart, Mr. Schriver fAdviserl, Robert Eilcer, Edward Carbaugh fTreas.l,
Richard Weaner lSec.l, Harry Spangler lPres.l, Earl Keefer lReporterl, Virgil Hartman QV. Pres.j, Richard Wfaybright.
Second Row-Robert Green, Clyde Little, Merle Rudisill, Dale Fair, Seymour Harner, Francis Garlach, Leroy Rudisill.
Harold Smith, Williani Shull, Charles Shriver, Floyd Reynolds.
Third Row-Nlaurice Fleming, Dale Scott, Lindy Shanoltz, Richard Dietrich, Daniel Hoffman, Stanley Xvolf, John
Reefer. Frederic Andrews, John laley, Isaac Thompson, Dale Taughinbaugh.
MODEL AIRPLANE CLUB
First Row-Geoffrey Grieb, Charles Bender, Willian1 Meals lSec.j , David Blocher QV. Pres., , Williani Tipton lpresj ,
David Weaiier fTreas.l, jack Ridinger, Raymond Bishing, James Spicer.
Second Row-Mr. Haehnlen QAdviserj, john Felix, Chester Geiman, Donald Weaver, Richard Hardman, Christ
Angelo, Russell Campbell, Robert Gigous, john Snyder.
Third Row-Alton Townsend, Julius White, Howard Fox, Arthur Clapsaddle, Robert Forh, Robert Shetter, Clair
Keeler, Galen Keeney, Gerald Trostle, Kenneth Fair.
Not on picture-David jones.
Virginia Anzengruber . . . likes to eat spaghetti . . . uses Colgate for a dazzling smile and Evening in Paris to catch her men . . . easily
recognized by her brown eyes . . . she likes dancing.
Violet Barb . . . her favorite food is fried chicken . . . uses Colgate for her smile and attracts men with Evening in Paris . . . recognized
by blond hair . . . she likes traveling.
Bette Lou Baughman . . . better known as "Cupid's" helper . . . shels wild about those Hanover "Nighthawks" which she captures
with "Intoxication" . . . loves green peas.
Carolyn Blocher . . . can always eat more fried chicken . . . uses Colgate iwhen you can buy itl and Tweed perfume is her favorite
. . . often seen with Mildred Walter and Barbara johnson . . . she likes dancing. '
Winifred Bowers . . . likes fried chicken . . . uses Calox toothpowdzr for her grin and Lavender is her favorite perfume . . . identifica-
tion is her glasses . . . she likes dancing.
Helen Bucher . . . could eat pop corn and potato chips forever . . . for her broad smile she uses "Teel" and her favorite perfume is
"Yankee Clover" . . . easily recognized by "G" wings and "Kathy" Bucher . . . she likes movies and reading.
Kathryn Bucher . . . can afways eat spaghetti . . . attracts men with "Evening in Paris" . . . accompanied by "Pete" Bucher . . . she
Betty jane Evans . . . her favorite food is oranges . . . keeps ber smile bright with Colgate . . . her identification Ing is a birthmark on
the left side of her face . . . she likes to draw and whistle.
Myrna Harbaugh . . . cake rolls are het favorite food . . . keeps a brilliant smile with Pepsodent and her favorite perfume for attracting
men is "Would You?,' . . . can be recognized by Doddie and that '43 class ring . . . she likes to travel.
Ardella Herr . . . likes all kinds of sundaes . . . uses Co'gate toothpaste and hooks men with Evening in Paris . . . very often seen with
Jean Harbaugh . . . she likes orchestra music and MEN.
Grace Jeffcoat . . . her favorite food is French fried potatoes . . . wouldn't use anything except Ipana toothpaste . . . she can easily be
recognized by her shortness . . . she likes skating.
Margaret Jones . . . likes to eat ice cream and potato chips . . . uses Ipana and massage . . . usually seen with Betty Leeming . . . she
Marcette Kennell . . . favorite food is turkey . . . keeps teeth sparkling with Ipana . . . can be recognized by her dimples . . . she likes
to travel. .
Anna Kepner . . . likes ham sandwiches . . . uses Ipanag preferred by dentists 2:1 . . . can be very easily recognized by her silly grin
and the way her face wrinkles when she laughs . . . she's happy when there's noise.
Mary Kessel . . . likes steak . . . keeps her smile bright with Colgate and hooks fellows with Evening in Paris . . . known by her identifica'
tion bracelet . . . she likes traveling, skating, and swimming.
janet King . . . likes to eat spaghetti . . . uses Ipana for her shy grin and likes Evening in Paris perfume . . . seen with Peggy jones
and janet Enoch . . . she likes to travel.
Helen Lazos . . . who wants to be an executive, likes large diamonds and sports . . . smells sweetly of Jasmine and travels side by side
with jean Kuhn . . . Helen longs for a pre-war T-Bone steak.
Sara Mickley . . . is usually found in the front seat of the Cashtown bus . . . stays slim by eating fruit salad and sparkling with Col-
gate's . . . collects petite souvenirs.
Mildred Reaver . . . Phil Reaver's blond side-kick . . . for "the smile of beautiful women" uses Colgate's . . . enjoys sports, dancing,
Treva Sentz . . . long dark bob . . . dances at all opportunities . . . prefers "Chanel if 5" for scent and Italian spaghetti for hunger.
Alice Shealer . . . strawberry blonde with orange lipstick . . . likes all sports . . . would rather indulge in turkey than any delicacy . . .
nothing for Alice but Evening in Paris perfume.
Evelyn Shriver . . . golden blonde . . . likes to skate and eat chili con carne . . . favorite brand of perfume . . . Park and Tilford.
Larita Shulley . . . keeps sweet with Lily perfume . . . can be recognized by turquoise bracelets and hair ribbons . . . shows favoritism to
French fries and traveling.
Myrtle Southern . . . our newcomer with long black hair . . . seen around school with our other "Newie" Ginny . . . adores spring
and Crosby . . . tempted by any sundae . . . glamour by "Confetti,"
Jeanne Spahr . . . another fried chicken and French fry glutton . . . loves the song, "All the Things You Are" . . . owns well known
"Feather Cut" . . . uses "Heaven Scent" isignificant punll.
Gloria Stansbury . . . usually found with Mary Yingling . . . likes to travel . . . dotes on chicken and uses Evening in Paris perfume.
jean Stitt . . . interested in sports and movies . . . loves ice cream, any flavor . . . uses Colgate's exclusively for her smile . . . seen hither
and yon with Ruth Sorlie.
Virginia Taylor . . . our blonde bomber . . . she says she might possibly be married in five years . . . steak and French fry addict . .
enjoys movies and good books . . . Evening in Paris is her standby.
Hermine Topper . . . found in company of Viola and Grace Jelfcoat . . . wants to travel . . . favorite dish is chili con carne . . . for
that added sparkle she uses Ipana.
Betty Wildasin . . . well noted for her black head band . . . worships Van Johnson and dances as often as she can . . . perfume-
"Toujours Moi" fokay? French studentsl.
Mary Yingling . . . the girl with the beautiful shorthand . . . seen with Gloria Stansbury . . . favors raspberry pie and Evening in Paris
. . . likes to travel.
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rv," Allen lVlcUnnnellfk Riclmrd Shenlerfk
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Hentwolef' Uonald Rnllenspergerfk
Not on picturefGeorge Gorman lhflnnagerl. tDcnntes letters earned.
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IUNICR VARSITY FGQTBALL
liirst Rruw---Williatn Tipton, Dale Shegcr, David Blocher, Rohert Taylor, Wilmt'r Sharrah, Eugene Cnle. 'laclc Hart-
Ilnnnld Bucher, Fred Rodgers, jack Cromwell,
Second Row--Mr. Hat-hnlen lffoachl, Jack Ridinger, Jay Hershey, Reginald Dunlcinson, Williatii Shull. Kenneth
lgang, Russell Redding, Charles Rodgers, john Scott fMgr.l.
Third Row-Bruce Wcsterdalll. Richard Hess, Donald Srerner, Dean Srultz, Christ Angelo, John Aughinhaugh.
1944 FOOTBALL VARSITY SCHEDULE
Witlm only a few lettermen returning from the winless
season of 1943, Gettysburg High School's football hopes
were not very high. As it happened, the team ran true to
form. During the season only one game of eight was won.
The team at times showed great ability on the defense but
was Hnally overcome by superior manpower. One of the
highlights of the season was a 90 yd. runbaclc of an inter-
cepted pass by Dick Fidler for a touchdown against Waynes-
The junior Varsity squad had a fairly successful season
in winning one, losing two, and tying two.
22 Sliippensburg ....,
29 Carlisle ....
6 Hanover ,...,....
14 Waynesboro ,,
23 Delone , .,.. .
27 Chambersburg .
3 Hershey ....,, ...... . .
14 Carlisle ......,
27 Biglerville ,.
- 0 14
- 0 26
- 0 27
. 12 0
. o 25
. 0 6
. 7 7
Left to Right: Richard Epley, Fred Haehnlen, Richard Fidlet, William Sperry, Richard Shealer.
1944-'45 VARSITY BASKETBALL
First Row--Richard Fidlerfxq Sefton Eisenhartf William Ogdenflwl' George Gormanfm' Richard Hcmtzelman
Sachsf Richard Epleyfk George Thrushfk Milton Moyer, Fred Haehnlenf'
Third Row-Robert Heyser lMgr.j, Norman Rasmussen, Donald Rallensperger, Harold Small.
Not on picture-Mr. Henry T. Bream fCoachj.
"Denotes letters won.
Yorlc 26 33
York 26 33
Carlisle 4l Zl
'Cliambershurg , 27 43
'kwaynesboro 41 l8
lVlcSl1ei-rystown 38 26
"Hanover , , 33 28
McSherrystown 24 26
Maryland School for the Deaf 51 15
'kChambershurg 28 37
Shippensburg 3 3 3 l
'Way'nesho1'o 45 24
Carlisle 53 34
"cl-lanover , 50 26
Shippensburg , 43 30
Maryland School for the Deaf ,, 33 Z0
'kSouthern Pennsylvania Conference Games 592 445
194445 JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL
First Row: Left to Right, Richard Hess, Walter Mountain, Fred Rodgers, Harold Hand, jay Hershey.
Second Row: Joseph Hess, Eugene Cole, Charles Rodgers, Dale Sheifer, Tom McLaughlin.
Third Row: john Cromwell, Russell Redding, Kenneth Fair, Galen Keeney, Mr. Haehnlen fCoachj.
Not on picture: Robert Taylor.
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1944 VARSITY TRACK
First Row-Paul Bucher llVIgr.I, John lVlcKendricIc, Donald Raffensperger flVlgr.I, John Schwartz, Russel Howardfl'
Nelson Mattingly, William Tonsilf' Steret Dorseyf Cornelius Knorrf Gilbert Bowling, George Gorman.
Second Row-lVlr. Haehnlen fCoachl, Charles Rodgers, Edgar Moser, jay Hershey, William Sperry, George Thrush,"
William Ogdenf Richard Heintzelman, Robert March," Mr. Dry fCoachj.
Third Row-Fred Rodgers, Richard Altemosefl' Fred He 1twole,"' Sefton Eisenhart, Richard Epley, Luther Sachs," Fred
Haehnlenf' Eugene Utech," Edgar Raffenspergerf' Patrick McGIaughlin."""
April Waynesboro , , 96 20
Carlisle , 74 42
May Southern Pennsylvania Conference Meet H . lst Place
Hanover . .,,,. . . 55 61
Harrisburg Catholic , ,. 70 2 '3 45 I, 3
Mercersburg J.V.'s 7,,. 67 2 '3 40 1, 3
Gettysburg High School's 1944 traclc team enjoyed an excellent season. They won 4 of 5 dual meets and cap ured the
championship of the Southern Pennsylvania Conference for the 9th time in 10 years. The only defeat was suffered at the
hands of Hanover in a meet that the outcome wasn't decided until the last event.
GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSQCIATION
First Row-Jane Winebrenner fCor. Sec.j, jane Buehler fTreas.j, Jeanne Spahr QV. Pres.j, Doris Smith fRec. Sec.j,
Arlene Rohrhaugh fPres.j, Kathryn Bucher, Treva Sentz, Miss Hargleroad fAdviserj.
Second Row-Janice Geiselman, Betty Lou Baughman, Phyllis Eilcer, Nancy Berlcheimer, Janice Sachs, Mildred Wentz,
Barbara Wolff, Gloria Eclcer, Freda Coffman.
Third Row-Rachel Myers, Gertrude Willianis, Alice Shealer, Thelma Dralce, Reta Crouse, Patty Scott.
Baslcetball-Mildred Wentz, Freda Coffman, Helen Sterner.
Baseball-Janice Sachs, Phyllis Eiker, Treva Sentz, janice Geiselman.
Dancing-Gloria Eclcer, Barbara Wolff, Thelma Drake, Kathryn Bucher.
Track-Patty Scott, Alice Shealer.
Baughman, Betty Lou
Hemler, Anna Mae
GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
Moser, Betty Lee
Sanders, Mary Louise
Hankey, Anna May
Kitzmiller, Doris Jean
Kranias, Mary Lou
Smith, Peggy Ann
Diehl, Ruth Jean
Hill, Betty Jo
Swope, Ruth Ann
Thomas, Jo Ann
Richard Altemose . . . likes spinach ijust call him Popeyel . . . uses Calox toothpowder . . . seen arguing with Cromer and Conti . . .
enjoys sports--all varieties.
Sefton Eisenhart , . . will specialize in electrical engineering . . . favors hamburgers and French fries . . . uses Kolyncs toothpowder
. . . is seen with Nancy, "Lardie" and "Willie" . . . specializes in wolfing.
Richard Fidler . . . enjoys sirloin steak . . . likes Colgate . . . appears with Epley, Haehnlen, Eisenhart, Ogden and Thrush . . . likes
William Horner . . . prefers aeronautcal engineering as a career . . . likes Mrs. Hess' hot meat sandwiches . . . uses Pepsodent . . .
found surrounded by Keeney, Knorr, and Sperry . . . likes blondes.
john Redding . . . enjoys anything, just so there's plenty of it . . . uses Colgate . . . is recognized by his curls . . . enjoys tennis
john Sheffer . . . plans on Chemical Engineering . . . devours roast turkey . . . uses Colgate . . . horribly bashful . . . likes sports.
Richard Schu'tz . . . eats fried chicken . . . likes Evening in Paris perfumei?j . . . knocks around in a '33 "Chevy" . . . likes women!
George Thrush . . . hopes to be an electrical engineer . . . eats rare thick steak . . . very easily recognized by his extremely pegged pants
and immense "Clod Hoppers" . . . likes rough and ready women.
Donald Williams . . . plans on electrical engineering . . . craves chocolate frosts . . . uses Pepsodent . . . another "timid soul" .
MELTI G PDT
janet Enoch , . . dcs'res to design clothes or be a fashion illustrator . . . wild about "C.lVl.P.'s" . . . pals around with "Shorty" Drake
. , . uses that liquid dentifrice Teel . . . fond of writing letters ito whom?i.
Shirley Sharpless . . . another sharpie with a pencil . . . looks forward to fashion designing . . . wears a certain Forest Park, Balti-
more High School ring . . . prefers steak and mushrooms to any other food . . . Chanel No. 5 is her favorite scent.
Phyllis Bower . . . looks forward to a career in retail buying . . . noted for her big feet . . . prefers Follow Me for perfume . . .
goes for T-Bone steak in a big way . . . spends spare time skating and listening to jazz music.
jane Winebrenner . . . another hopeful retail buyer . . . owns famed "long bob" . . . good-looking clothes are her passion . . . sweetens
up with Curtain Call perfume . . . prefers chicken-spaghetti.
johanna Grieb . . . wants very much to be a social worker in Russia . . . fond of dancing, lots of activity and, last but not least, Jimmy
Rightmire . . . polishes up with Ipana . . . easily recognized by her walk . . . likes her mother's mixture and spaghetti.
Kathleen jones . . . a hopeful journalist . . . notorious for her biting sarcasm . . . likes anything to eat except oysters and ponehouss
. . . wild about dancing . . . uses any kind of toothpaste she can buy fthe war you knowl.
Vincent Conti . . . wants to be a mailman for Uncle Sam . . . dotes on pineapple pie . . . always seen with Cromer and Altemose . . .
fond of all sports . . . uses Pepsodent.
G. William Cromer . . . another mailtoter . . . likes to become involved in a good mystery book . . . eats ice cream in any size, shape or
form . . . seen, naturally with Altemose and Conti . . . prefers Forhan toothpaste.
Edward Feeser . . . a Navy man . . . recognized by his black curly hair . . . likes ice cream preferably with marshmallow . . . likes
sports . . . for his ivories uses Colgate.
Joseph Galbraith . . . plans to make the armed services a career . . . guzzles hamburgs . . . prefers "Kiss Me Quick" perfume lap-
propriate don't you think?l . . . cowboys around in a '38 Buick . . . specializes in cars.
Walter Keeney . . . sincerely hopes to be a Scientific Collector of Internal Refuse, better known as a Garbage Collector . . . uses nothing
but Grifiins All-White on his teeth . . . one of the "unholy four" consisting of Horner, Sperry and Knorr . . . likes--ioh,
come on you knowl.
Arthur Kennell . . . plans to go to college after the Navy . . . seen in a '38 "Chevy" beside Rita . . . favors Ipana . . . dotes on
bananas and ice cream . . . likes flying fin an airplane of coursel.
janice Sachs . . . a future vocalist . . . a dark haired beauty . . . specializes in music and sports . . . wears "Breathless" perfume . . .
eats lots of French fries and chicken salad.
Robert Sanders . . . hopes that some day he'll own a bowling alley . . . recognized by his big ears and unruly hair . . . "Speedy" likes
everybody . . . eats meat loaf and uses Pepsodent.
Harold Smith . . . just wants to work . . . uses Teel on his teeth . . . favorite food is vitamin pills iumm-m deliciousl . . . likes
sports . . . another red-haired wonder.
Harold Settle . . . plans on being a trucker . . . seen in a '36 Packard tif you look fast you can see himl . . . prefers cherries for food
. . . brightens his teeth with Colgate.
Harry Spangler . . . a future carpenter . . . likes a certain senior . . . prefers sweet potatoes and Colgate toothpaste . . . travels via
Ford Pickup truck.
joseph Stevenson . . . plans to work in the big outdoors . . . lives on bananas when and if he gets them . . . seen in an old car with
Thrush . . . likes women, wild and woolly.
Nancy Wagner . . . hopes to be a store clerk . . . recognized by her red coat . . . likes reading and Van johnson iwho doesn'tl . . .
uses Evening in Paris . . . fond of sauerkraut ihome-madel.
Richard Weaner . . . says farming will be his future work . . . easily recognized as the "oldest"i??j looking member of the senior
class . . . likes good old-fashioned apple pie . . . working on the farm is his specialty.
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Family troubles form the basis of the three act comedy, "Footloose" Emily Early is a domineering mother who tries
to arrange her children's lives to suit her own taste. The children rebel and, after many arguments, persuade Emily and
her husband, Richard, to take a trip. Hope, the oldest daughter, talces charge and tries to guide the family over one pit-
fall after another.
Everything turns Oli! nicely in the end, as the Earlys return home to find their family well able to talce care of themselves.
The play, directed by Miss Ruth Mcllhenny and Miss Ruth Scott, was presented by the Maslc and Wig for the benefit
of the Red Cross.
CAST OF CHARACTERS
Richard Early. vice president of banlc Fred Griffin
Ifmiljv, his wife Doris Gitlin
Hope, the eldest daughter Barbara Xvolll
Dick, the son Wfilliam Sperry
Mary. younger daughter Janice Sachs
Hob. son of high school age James Reesman
Dclpfue, maid Darlene Trostle
Randy Cimninglvamj lVlary's friend Robert Saylor
jenny Mallay, Diclc's sweetheart Charlotte Xwinebrenner
151111 Daily, Bob's friend Luther Smith
Mxrxairi Walker, lVlary's friend Jane Buehler
jack Nlilford, college student Willianm Cromer
Sanford Wells, attorney Williani Ogden
Mrci lforvvtcr, old widow Nancy Amiclc
WHAT A LIFE
A three act comedy, "What a Life," brought the trials and tribulations of Henry Aldrich to the Gettysburg High
School auditorium. The mischievous Henry is a typical high school boy who is continually confounding everyone, including
his parents, and Mr. Bradley, the high school principal. Henry's attempt to aslc Barbara Pearson for a date are complicated
by the presence of George Bigelow, a conceited, athletic student, and the results prove to be very amusing.
Stolen band instruments and a romance between Mr. Bradleyls secretary and Mr. Nelson, the assistant principal, serve
to further complicate the plot.
The play was presented by the Mask and Wig and was directed by Miss Ruth Scott. Receipts from the play were
used to purchase stage lighting equipment.
CAST OF CHARACTERS
Miss Shea, Mr. Bradleyls secretary .... .
Mr. Nelson, assistant principal
Mr. Patterson, history teacher
Miss Pike, teacher ..... ...... . ..
Bill, student .. ,...... ,.
Miss jolmson, physical education
Miss Eggleston, teacher ......,...............,,...,
Mr. Vecclvitto, Italian parent ..... .
Henry Aldrich, student ........ ......
Barbara Pearson, student ..... ,
Gerlie, student ..........,... ...,
Mr. Bradley, principal ,.
Miss Wheeler, music teacher .....
George Bigelow, student .........
Mrs. Aldrich, Henry's mother ..
Mr. Ferguson, detective .,.......
Mary, student ............ ...... , ..
. Robert Saylor
.. Cornelius Knorr
. . Betty Collins
.. ,, Robert Wentz
,. ,. Eddie Moser
Doris Ann Gaines
.. Mary Heintzelman
, Walter Keeney
. . Nancy Amiclc
Betty Lou Baughman
., ,. William Cromer
QNLY AN ORPHAN GIRL
An old-fashioned melodrama came to the Gettysburg High School auditorium in the senior class production, "Only an
Orphan Girl." Employing all the melodramatic devices such as leaning, "asides," restrained actions, the play centers ahout
the efforts of Arthur Rutherford, the villain from the city, to secure the inherited fortune of Nellie, the orphan girl.
Fortunately for the heautiful heroine, a stalwart farm lad is in the nick of time to protect her from the villain's ad'
vances. But Arthur, and his fair wife Ethel, stop at nothing, not even murder, to secure the fortune. Ir talces all the efforts
of the hero, Dick Perkins, and the intervention of the neighbor farmin' woman, Amy Applehy, to finally settle matters.
The play was the first of its type to he presented in Gettyshurg High School and was directed hy Miss Ruth Scott.
Receipts helped defray expenses of the Cannon-Aid.
CAST OF CHARACTERS
Mrs. Perkins, saintly and solemn Bette Lou Baughman
Lucy, little ray of sunshine, the neighbor widowls daughter Eloise Coffelt
Nellie. the orphan. pure as the driven snow Doris Ann Gaines
Swem Perkins, father, rock-rihhed New England farmer Richard Altemose
Artlmr Rutherford, a dirty dog lapologies to the nice memhers of the canine classj .
lfrlvel Rutherford, fair and fallen spouse of Arthur , Barbara Wolff
Dzrlq Perkins, clean-cut farm lad, champion of valor and integrity William Sperry
Widow Appleby. rough hut with-a-heart-of-gold farmin' woman Doris Gitlin
Dispatcher of Dialogue and Direction
Shifters of Sites and Sequences
Adviser, Mr. Elmer Shriver, Manager, James Smithg Har-
old Smith, Harry Spangler, Edward Carbaugh, Richard
Weaner, Gene Walker, William Meals, Mary Lou
Kranias, James Slaybaugh, Robert Wentz, Charles Bush-
man, .Donald Bollinger.
Decorators of Distinctive Drops
Manager, Freda Coffman, Patricia Scott, Shirley Sharp-
less, Janet Enoch, Thelma Drake, Paul Schmidt, Donald
Bollinger, Christ Angelo.
Appropriate Articles for the Actors
Adviser, Miss Pague Hargleroadg Managers, John Red-
ding, Thelma Drake, Robert Sheads, Virginia Anzen-
Molders of Magnihcent Make-Up
Manager, Helen Lazos, Johanna Grieb, Walter Keeney.
Tellers of Ticket Tallies
Adviser, Mr. Samuel Hogue, Chairman, Norman Ras-
mussen, William Ogden, Mary Millhimes, Jean Stitt,
Arlene Rohrbaugh, Pat Scott, Janet King, Vincent Conti,
Richard Epley, Leo Gallagher, Jean Kuhn, Ardella Herr,
Kathleen Jones, Richard Shealer, Doris Pepple, LeRoy
Rudisill, John Sheffer.
Cuties to Care for Your Comfort
Advisers, Miss Gertrude Little and Miss Catherine Ross,
Chairman, Kathryn Bucher, Lois Waybright, Myrtle
Southern, Mildred Wentz, Betty Wildasin, Virginia Tay-
lor, Rita Crouse, Helen Bucher, Sara Sanders, Mildred
Reaver, Viola Fiscel, Phyllis Reaver, Jane Buehler, Myrna
Harbaugh, Doris Smith, Janice Sachs, Alice Shealer,
Begetter of Barnyard Bluff
Fashionable Frocks and Flattering Finery
Adviser, Mrs. La Rue Ridinger, Managers, Jean Har-
f,5if'?'i':: 4191 ,-
Promoters of Publicity Projects
Adviser, Mrs. Anna Heintzelman, Manager, Gloria
Eckerg Richard Jacobs, Janet Enoch, Gertrude Williams,
Freda Coffman, Betty Evans, Rachel Myers, Helen Ster-
ner, Cornelius Knorr, William Horner, Anna Kepner,
Treva Sentz, Sara Mickley, Fred Haehnlen, Ruth Sorlie,
Alice Tressler, Phyllis Bower.
rds of Reservations
baugh, Carolyn Blocher, Viola Fiscel, Phyllis Reaver, Adviser, Mr. Fred Haehnleng Manager, Jane Wincbren-
Marcette Kennell, Nancy Wagner, Gloria StansburygJean ner, Mary Yingling, Eugene Fidler, Margaret Jones,
Spahr and Kathleen Jones, typists. Richard Fidler, Hermine Topper.
.X. and P. Store
.Xdams Co. Cold Storage Co.
,Xdams Co. Farm Bureau Co-op.
.-Xdams Co. Motors Corp.
.-Xdanis Co. Novelty Co.
,-Xlwinc Brick Co.
.-Xnn's Beauty Shoppe
.-Xrmistead, H. G.
Bender's Cut Rate
Bendcr's lfuueral Home
Bikle, Philip R.-flnsurancc
Brehm, The Tailor
Britcher and Bender
Central Penna. Business College
Champion Shoe Repair
Citizens' Oil Co.
Dougherty and Hartley
lfagles, Fraternal Order of
lfdna Ann Beauty Salon
Evans' Food Store
First National Bank
Fleet-Xking Super Service
Gettysburg ,-Xutoparts Company
Gettysburg High School .-Xluiuni
Gettysburg Ice and Storage
Gettysburg Motor Sales
Gettysburg National Bank
Gettysburg Throwing Co.
Gilbert's Dry Cleaning
H. S4 H. Machine Shop
Iiartzell's Ifsso Station
llelen Kay Shop
Jacobs B ros.-I ire icery Store
l. Cp and over, Corny
Z. Throw it. Rusty
3. Loving HD cousins
4. Carpenter vs. Dentist
5. Reserved seats
o. Big league
7. Spring of '-14. tYe editors
8. XYho dat out dere?
O, Practice as usual
lll. Tea time
THE POSE IS TAKE
ll. Mothers incorporated
12. XVhere's the tree?
IS. Music, maestro
l4. Norm and "Rae"
15. Ball and chain gang. CA little
in the past tensed
At it again
Thrush dominates group
OH' they'll go into the wild blue
20. The men behind the curtain
Zl. They're gauging up on you.
23. High steppers
2-l. East Berlin. here we come!
25. Senior class upheld by Sachs
20. Tired, Kay?
27. First to be caught in the draft
ZS. Relaxin' in the sun
29. Memorable Memorial Day
30. A fortunate addition to the
johnny linox's liood Market
john C. Lower Co.
l.oyal Order of Moose
Majestic Soda Grill
Martin's Shoe Store
Shermau's Clothing Store
Schriver Auto Sales and Services
Shuman's Cut Rate Store
Smith, -I .- Electrical Contracting
Mickley's Barber Shop and Beauty Parlor
Oyler and Spangler
Peace Light Inu
Peoples Drug Store
Rea and Iberick
Reel Tire Service
Sachs, Luther I.-Contractor
Swisher, C. A.-Grocery Store
Texas Hot XYiener
Thompson Business College
Tim-es and News Publishing Co.
Trostlt-'s Appliance Store
Yarsity Barber Shop
Warren Chevrolet Sales
VVayside Flower Shop
NYentz's Furniture Store
'l'Iil.lil'l ll JNIC 300
PHILIP R. BIKLE
Gettysburg I-Iigh School
To Tllc-ir Anmlal IJIIIIICI'-DHIICL'
Tlxcsclzny Ifvcning, May 29th
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SICNIORS OF CI..-XSS 1945
"Flowers for All Occasions"
Fleet-Wipg Stiper Service The Wayside Flower Shop
S. It PAPPY MNOPI-.
Britcher and Bender
Z7 Chzuiibersbiirg' St.
25-27 Chambersburg Street
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New OXFORD, PENNA.
Bkrt-KMIKERS sm-if 1851
Loyal Orcler of Moose
REEIIS TIRE SERVICE
250 Buford Ave. IiL'ffj'SlJllI'g, I'n.
FORD - MERCURY - LINCOLN PHONE Zyl
York :md Liberty Sts. RECAPPING VU! CANI7I,W
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FOR INFORMATION SEE
HENRY W. A. HANSON, PRESIDENT
SACHS Texas Hot
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C O M P A N Y
R. Ii. IHICRKHEIMER, Pres.
Warren Chevrolet Sales
Buick Cars Chevrolet Cars and Trucks
Fraternal Crder of Eagles
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of Mlckley S C0Hlf71flllCllfS
IACCBS Barber Shop
and Beauty Parlor of
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ANN'S BEAUTY SHOPPE
207 Baltimore St.
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ANN BIAUST BACHENSKY
C' A' Swisher C0Illf71I.1lll'llfX
Grocery of Q
Sl Stevens St.
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W E N T Z ' S
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National Council of Business liduention
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Gettysburg Motor Sales
20-l Cl1ZlllllJCl'SlJlll'g St. Gettysburg, l'u.
Could you be on your tiptoes. Miss llurgleroadi
lieauty-looking for ai beast
Our pbotogenie private
llere comes the Navy
Sleepy Hollow instructor
All out for vacation 3
Female Cross section of Quill and Scroll
We think it's funny, too
Our "historic" Merchant Mariner
llqglyg hey' lfljcu
Ride 'en1. cowboy
Typing vs. Xlzarriage twinner-Marriztgej
Strike up the band
You're breaking up ll romance, Gloria
ls there za nurse on the campus?
NYl1ere are your rubbers, XYolff?
HRIil'IiK'S ICE CRIi.J,ll
. , QYLER SL SPANGLER
Champwn Shoe Repmr of t
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HARRIS BROTHERS CENTRAL PENNA'
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I'IartzeII's Esso Station
LINCOLN XIV.-XY EAST
UQ Mile East uf Gettysburg, Pa.
52 L-llllIlllJt?l'SlJl1I'g St. ClettyslIIII'g
Peoples Drug Store
'l'l1v Kv.I'a1I-1x'0I1'alc Store'
JOSEPH E. ATLANTIC
5 M I T H at PACIFIC
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35 YORK STREET
BAK ERS FOR CLI I .S.
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De Luxe Restaurant
53 Cllalnbershllrg St. GETTYSBURG, PA.
IJIXNERS AND A LA CARTE SERVICE
All Kinds uf SPIIIKIVVICIICS
STUDENT NAME CARDS
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Cornelius Knorr Richard Altemose
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Frederick Haehnlen John Schwartz
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