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

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He gets much pleasure from working the lights for plays. GABRIEL ANDROSCKO-Latvia's gift to G.H.S. wishes to make farming his career. "Dumcoff," he shouts when seeing a girl smoke. The whole senior year will always be remembered by this fellow who enjoys playing ping-pong. HAROLD ANGELL-"Hop" has nothing definite planned for his future, but he really goes for football and basketball. Girls who swear and snobs rate low with him. He often replies "Go get him,- - -l" ARLENE ARENDT-"Oh! I could've died," ex- claims "Reds" when she thinks about the time she tripped over her own feet and went tumbling down the steps leading to the cafeteria. This future telephone operator adores fried chicken, football games, movies. and Bing Crosby. RICHARD ARNDT-"Dick" is still hazy about his future plans. Sleeping in classes is this guy's favorite pastime and when asked for an explanation, he will reply, "I don't know." RICHARD ARMISTEAD-This photographer always turns his back to stuck-up girls. "Dick" has not yet made definite plans concerning his future. He remembers with much pleasure the time he received a letter for track. JOHN AUGUSTINE-"Jack" has planned to at- tend college after graduation, probably Gettysburg College. This lad, who detests people who can't laugh, often expresses himself by exclaiming, "Yeah?" or "Come on I" He is exceedingly fond of laughing, hunt- ing, acting, and eating crab cakes. JOHN AYRE-"That's O.K., boy," mutters "John," who will never forget the time he was selected as a co-sports editor of the Maroon and White. People who brag just don't rate with this senior. who likes girls, sports, and mechanics. Entering a diesel school is "John's" future ambition. ALBERT BACHMAN-Classical music and travel- ing interest this fellow. His plans point to college life. "Al" objects to getting out of bed in the morning and is often heard exclaiming, "For Pete's sake." DIANE BAIRD-"Bairdie" has her heart set on becoming an elementary teacher. When she says, "Oh, my word!" she is probably referring to stuck-up people and "big wheels." Diane favors dancing, and loves eating steak and mashed potatoes. JIM BARLUP-"Jim" shuns all stuck-up people and girls who smoke. This future farmer, who will always remember starting his senior year, delights in hunting and eating French fries and hamburgers. JACK BARTLETT-This future sailor will re- member l950-Sl. He often exclaims, "You mean me?" when asked a question. Ice cream is tops on "Hreu"s" list, but stuck-up girls appear at the bottom. GLORIA BIESECKER-"Gloria" is planning to become a "woman in white" in the near future. She recalls her sophomore year when the band went to Mechanicsburg??? "Honest to Pete." she ejaculates when Prof. springs a chemistry test. A certain blonde. good looks, and cold fudge sundaes please her, but she despises girls who flirt. GUY BISHOP-"I'll be dog-gone," mutters "Gootch" as he recalls the day he was caught sneak- ing in a window. This future mechanic detests girls who smoke. His favorite pastime is running around with the gang. ' JEANNE BUCHER-This girl prefers hamburg- ers and French fries. baseball games, and popular music. "Jeanne," who is planning to become a secre- Ptlllt' lZt'Cf'I'1' tary, recalls with pleasure the study hall of her sopho- more year. She shuns all show-offs. "I guess, if you say so," mutters this gal. RAINGER BUEHLER-"Rainger" enjoyed play- ing the drums in the high school band, but often dreamed of smaller assignments. "Well gee whiz," he exclaims whenever he is called to the oliice. The Navy beckons to this senior after graduation. KENNETH BUPP-Playing any athletic sport and attending lyceum programs are "Buppy's" favor- ites. This bat slinger, who is undecided about his fu- ture, dreads fussy teachers. MARY LOUISE BUPP-"Are you kidding?" is her favorite expression. This whiz at shorthand dicta- tion plans to become a stenographer. She loves steak, popular music, basketball games. and bowling, but peo- ple who brag rate very low with this senior. JANET CAREY-"Holy buckets!" mutters "Jan" when she spies people wearing socks with play shoes. This future secretary or typist, who especially re- members the band trips and gym classes, loves eating chili con carne. MARY CLAPSADDLE-Through a crystal ball "Trixie" can visualize taking dictation. "Holy heavens!" she exclaims when she meets stuck-up people and has to do homework. This senior, who likes swimming and a variety in clothing, will always re- member her study hall in the auditorium. RICHARD CLARK--After graduating and serv- ing time in the Navy, "Rich" plans to build a house and settle down. "Oh my gosh," but he likes milk, hunting, airplanes, and a certain girl. He will never forget the time he won a blue ribbon in a track meet: but he tries to forget about girls who Hirt. WILLIAM CODORI-"Willie" plans to spend his future in the service. "Come on!" he yells to the gang when he starts pushing a small car around the park- ing lot. His pet peeve is teachers who make him write out all his assignments. GUY CRIST-"Guy," who is still undecided about plans in the future. will always remember his first day in high school. He despises doing a large amount of homework, but likes all sports and lots of ice cream. JAY CROUSE-This future farmer will never for- get how excited he was when he played in his first football game. "Jay," who often replies "That's a gooder one," likes almost any type of sport. WILBUR DANNER-"You don't know, do you ?" asks "Bud," our future farmer. His most memorable experience in G.H.S. was the time he ran the hurdles in a track meet. Stuck-up girls and essay writing have no trouble reaching the bottom of his list, but ice cream and football games really rate tops. HILDA DEATHERAGE-"Hildie" plans to be- come a nurse and then later plans to get married. "Oh my-Gee Whiz!" she swoons when she notices crew cuts and blond hair. She is partial to tuna fish salad. hamburgers, and milk, but loathes snobs. DORIS DECKERT-Our future secretary often asks, "Who said that?" "Doris" fancies banana splits, shoe strings, and sports: despises high hats and home- work. EUGENE DAVIS-After graduation, "Soapy" plans to settle down. "VVell l'll be . . ." he doesn't un- derstand how he started that fire in chemistry class. He hates women who don't mean what they say, and a gang without money. But he likes the 1951 class and a Plymouth convertible. LOUISE DeHAAS-She hopes to attend nursing school at the University of Pennsylvania, and says she'll never get over being made Co-feature Editor of the Maroon and White. Ever hear someone exclaim- ing, "Seach mc?" That's "Lou." She loves steaks with French fries but loathes high heels with socks. .ff W M3225 351 Wm 40166 76 jf :ff SENIORS 'I A First Borough School Board Organized in Gettysburg-1835 Xiu mi: i'm.inu-.N .Xikix "Art" .Xvzul-ciiiic Class Vivc l'rcsiclcnt, 31 Cznimm-.-Xiclg Mziruun :incl Gmiizlilil. :XNIIROSCKO White, 23 Musk :uid Wig, 1, N ,I ,, , 2, 3. -lg Natimizil 'Illia-spizms. cull' -Wfllulfuff' 2, 3, -lg, Qlmir, 2, 5, -lg Scliillcnlmrg, Germany: fll0l'llS. .., 3, -lg llattlcliclcl. A 4 g lg Scioiicc Club, 3, lg "lk-uuty :uid tbc lh-cf"g Play L-lllIlIlllllL'k'S, 3. -lg Nzitiunzil llmim' Sucicty. I .l ..X., 3. 4. ,'XRl.l'1Nl-I Rnulx.-x .'XRl'1Nll'l' ll.ximi,n lRYlN .XNliIil.l. weeds.. Commercial llup Quinnicrcizil RHI Cross Council' 1: lfisbing, lg Cbcss, -l. G..'X..-X.. ll Battlefield, 2: Daiiving' Club, 3: Hubby Club, -l. liIt'llARIP W. .Xlmis'l'l-:Ali nmck.. ummm! lXll'll.KRll .'Xkxn'r Llllllllilll-:Xlfli lrznck. 2. 32 Dick Lmmnermal Scicmx- Club. l. -l: lizittlv- Track, 2, 3g Battlcliclcl, 1, llvlrlg 3. 2, .ig ,Iiminr Historians. 4. ,Imix IJ. .Xl'lil'S'I'INl1. ",l1u'k" ,XL'lHlL'll1il' Class ,l.rmml-Cr' 4: Can 'luiix lirtuuui-1 .Xviu-: mm-.-Xirlg llaskutball lmaii- --Dgamomi lim" qgcnerai zigcrl. 2, 3, -lg Mask and ' Wig, l, Z, 3, lprcsiiln-nth -lg Kingston Township High. Natimml 'l'lu-spiuiis. 2, 3, -lg XYilkcs-Barrc. Pa., 1: Can- llanrl, l, 2, 3, -lg Science mm-.-Xidg Xlarooiiamllwiitc Club, l, lg Junior llisturi- loo-sports czlitnrl. 3, -lg Bat- ans, 3, -lg Uflicapcr by tbc tlefielrl, 3. -ll ".Xrsv:iiic :mtl lluzciing ",Xrscnic and Old Old Lace." l,zwc"g Play Uuiimittccs, l. puyv fnurlivu Gettysburg High Alumni Association Formecl-1901 .-X1.nr:k'r l':lilL' li.Xl'llNlAN ".Xl" .'Xl'1iflCllllL' Blcrccrslmrg .Xcaclf-iny. 3: Choir, .21 Chorus, 2: Battlv- field. l. 2. hlnirzs l'.lnv.nu1 l3iu-:l.l'l- ",lini" .Xg'l'iv11lt11l'u l'.l'..-X.. 1. 2 lprcsirlentl. 3. 4 lpresiflulit l. lil.URI.K Nl .xv llliisllivkllile "I ilorian Lizxnnon-.'Xicl: - 4 . Aczxclciiiic S t u cl c n t Council. l, 2, 3, 43 Ci..-X..X.. 7 3 4 l H X l -. ., , . .. .. Majorcttc Club. Z llruin 1, Z. 3, 43 Drum Xlznjorcttc. l. l. 3, 4. jr1.xN NIA. l':l.lZ,XliIi'l'II lil'lilllfR u,lL'2ll1l1Cu Connnurcial Cannon-.-Kid: Battlefield. l. Z: F.B.I...X., 43 Play Coin- inittccs, 4. lilc'l"l'Y l,l.KNli llixnw "Hairclic" Connncrcial llwiglit High, Dwight. Illinois. l: Cannon-.Xiclg Rod Cross Council. 23 lf.H.gX.. .23 Chorus. 2. 43 junior Histo- rians, 3, 42 liuncing Club. 4. Vlixck H. liAk'ri.r1'1"l' " Hrcxx' General Track, 1, Z tmanagcrjq Mask and VYig, 2, 3, 43 Na- tional Tlicspians. 2, 3, 43 Battlefield. .23 junior Histo- rians, 4: ":X Date VVitll ,Iucly," "Beauty and the Heeff' "Our Hearts Vlferc Young and Gay," 'AArscniC and Old l.aCC": Play Com- lnltt-scs. 3. 4. lim' .'XR'I'tIl'R liISllUl' "fiootul1" Connncrcial Cannon-fXicl3 lfisliingg l: Battlefield. Z. lhlxczi-:iz IJ. lil'I-Illl.liR "R2illlgL'l'u ,Xgriculturc Basketball. 2. 3: F.F..X.. Z. 3. 4: Rand, l, Z, 3, 41 Bat- tlcticlcl. 1: "Cheaper hy thc Dozn-n": Play Connnittcc. 4. fvuyfi' fifliwz School Board and Faculty Sponsor H. S. Football-1911 liI'1NNl'1'I'll ll. lll'1'1' "Huppic" Cmmm-rcizal llaskctlvall, l. 2, .33 llasv- lmll. l. Z, 33 Clu-ss, 2. 'lANI'l'Ik l.Ul'ISl'l CAIQIQY ",I:m" Cunu 11x' rcial ll,pX..'X., 3, -li l",ll..'X., l. 3, Clltllf, -11 ClllJl'llS, 2, 3. -lp lizmrl, l. 2, 3, -lg Ox'clu-r-- tru. I: l.l-zulcrs' Club, 2: l'.ll.l...X.. 41 l'lz1y Kom- nmitiw, -l. Rl4'1i.xulr lllaxm' Cluxlus "Rich" .Xgriuult111'c Czulnmr-.rXicl: lfuutlmall, 43 'l'r:u'k, 2, 3, 4: If.lf..,X., 1, 2, 3, -lg lizmrl, l, Z, 3, 4: ",V X11 svsnic :md Ulrl l.z1cm'." lim' I.:-zum' Crews' "1 iuyn Gsm-ral lluskctlmall, 1. Z, 3, 4: 'l'r:u'k, lg Rattloliclrl, 1. 2. fulfil' .vi.rl4'ru NlARY l.lll'ISI-I l'll'l'l' "Maury" Cmmncrcial Canmm-.-Xicl: Clmrus, -lg llallcing Clulm, 13 I.c:1clers' Club, 23 l7.R.l..qX. lsccre- taryl, -lg Play Cammmittccs, 4. Klum' l.IZl'I"l'A Cl.Al'SAllIlI,!-I "'l'rixic" Commcrrial Hollywood Scniur lligh, llullywoucl, Culifomlzl, 33 C1..'X..'X.. 1: Battlefield. 11 Hulmlvy Club, 33 IJzu1Ci11g'. -ll Play Cmmuittcc. -l. XX'11.l.l.x AI .-Xl.m2l:'l' LAUIIURI "Willie" General llzxttlcficlcl, l. 2: -lllllllll' llisturizms. 3. 4. HIM' Romusx' C1zol's1c "jay" .-Xgriculturc Football, lx 3, -li Travk, 1, 2, 3, 4: Init.-X.. 1, 2, 3, 4: Chorus, 43 Band, 2, 3, 41 U.'Xl'SClIlC and Old Lace." School Board ancl Faculty Sponsor H. S. Baseball-1912 XYll.l4l'R DAN N1-:R 'l3ud" .-Xgriculturc Track, l, 2, 3, F.l3'.i-X., l, J, 3, -l, lllI.IlA Rosie IJ:-1A'1'l1lcnixul-1 Hildieu Home Economics Dancing Club, 3. lllfl.l-ix l.lll'ISl'I IJIQHA-xixs "l MII" .-Xcadeinic Ctinnon-gXidg Maroon and NVlutc tco-feature cditorl, 3, -lg Student Council, 3, 4: G..-X..-X., -lg Mask and VVig, 4: Choir, Z. 3, -lg Cliorus, Z, 3, -lg Battlefield, lg jour- nalism, 3, -lg Quill and Scroll, 3, tvice president! -lg Library, l, 2: Play Coin- niittees, 3, -l: National Hon- or Society. Nlill. l':IlXYIN lJOl.l.Y "Dolly" Agriculture Cannon-:Xidg FFA., l, l':l'4iliNli l.lilYIS I,J.xx'1s "Soap" General Football. 1, 2, 3, -lg Bas- ketball, 2, 3g Battl-clleld, lg 2 XYrestling, -3 Chess, 3. Dolzls Rl.XRIli lJl'1l'KI'1R'I' "Doris" Commercial Red Cross Council, 3, -lg GAA., -lg Battlefield, l, Z3 l.ihr:1ry Club, 2, 4. YA N Nlli ,I l' x 1-1 lJlx'r:1.l-:Y "Yannic" A-Xcademic Cannon-Aid: Maroon and XYl1ite, leo-feature editorl 3, -lg Student Council, Zg Quill and Scroll, 3. -ll Chorus, Z: G..-X..-X., -lg Bat- tlelieldflg journalism, 2, 3. -lp l.ihrary, Zg Nursing, 33 Play Committees, -lg N21- tional Honor Society. Dokoruv lis'rl1l-:R l:lIJl.l-LR "Dot" Commercial Cannon-Aid, tfeature ed- itorlg Maroon and VVl1ite, -lg Mask and Vllig, -lg Stu- dent Council. lg Chorus, 2g Play Committees, -lg Na- tional Houor Society lsee- retaryil. fltlfft' X4"Z'l'l1fl'l'll koi x N Q xr tg Lommt ru nl Lliss Presultnt -I non'.'Xid' Student Council . 3 sec aryl 4' . ' '.A.A. " - inet 4' Choir 2' Chorus, -' a dield I' Dancing tinstructorjg Play Com- mittees, 4: Cheerleading, -I3 Library Statif, I, .23 National Honor Society. I ,,.. i, - R, 315- ":..:,2i2?1,, -153259: t it First Annual Maroon and White Published- CA ll 1 l:ISt'l'QI. ophr.. . I x.: A ,Q .2 ..t. .nf , i 3 Can, 325' , E 12. 1' fer . ,c, fx' I x,1.z, z,4,c. cd? k nth-' , ',' -,i we E 'Qi i' ga isa Q XF' IJUNALII i':llIYARIP lil-11 xi A N " l Jon" Commercial Hasketball, 2: Mask and Wig, 4: Band. 1, Z, 33 Bat tleheld, I, Z: Chess, 3, -I3 Play Committees. 4. Tu r1l.xm i',IXIARA likrgrzx HTIICIIIIHH Commercial Home Economies G..X..'X., Ig Dancing, I: 0.0.11 -I. ww RoxAl.n limos Gris:-: "Ronnie" General Biglerville High School, lg Football, l. 2, 33 Track, l, Z, 3, 43 Chess, 2, 3: junior Historians, 4. punt' rilrfllfrvn 1920 CIIARLI-IS Hrzxm' lfouu "Ted" Commercial Athletic Representative, 43 Football. l, Z, 3: Basket- ball, I, 2, 3. -Ig Baseball, 3, 41 Chess, l: Battlefield. 2. lJoN Arn BI .-was Gounox " Homer" .Xeademie Red Cross Council, -I3 Chorus, 2. -I: Battlefield. I. 2: Chess. 3: "Beauty and the Reef." lboxfxrn Rlenixkn iil'lSl-I "I lick" .Xeademie Class Yiee-President, lg Class Treasurer, 2. 31 Can- non-Aidg Maroon and VVhite tbusiuess managerl, 3, 43 Quill and Scroll, 3 ipresi- dentl, 4: Student Council, -I ivice presidentli Football Imanagerl. I, 2, 3, 4: Bat- tlefield, I 3 Science. Z: Chess. 3, -lg "Arsenic and Old l.aee": National Honor So- ciety ipresidentl. DONNA Lmc Hmm:-:us "Donna" General Maroon and Vtfhite, 2, 3, -Ig G..X..'X., 1, -I1 Chorus, 21 Band, lg Battlefield, lg journalism, 2, 3: Nursing. -I3 Play Committees. 2, -I. Mr. A. B. Kurtz Gives Town Site for School, Playground-1921 W.x1.'l'l-:R lfl'GlCNl-I Hrxxnxloxn "XY:-1lt" .-Xcademic Student Council, 2: Sci- ence Club, l, Z. 3, -l, l,tlltlS ,IRAN ll.XR'I'ZIiI. "Doris" Connnercial Cannon-Aid: Choir, -lg Chorus, 2, 3, -lg Drum Ma- jorette, lg l7.B.l...-X., 3 fsec- retaryl, -l fvice presiclentlt Play Committees, 3. 'l3lll"0ll0Rli l,ICXVl'l"l' H .xr "Ted" .-Xcaclemic Cannon-Aid, 3, -lg Maroon and NVhite, 2, 3, -lg Student Council, -lg Track, lg Choir, 3, -lg Chorus, 3, -lg Band, l, 2, 3, -lg Orchestra, 1, 2, 3: Science Club, 1, Z, 3g Chess. -ll Play Committees, l. hlAR'I'llA Gmc!-1 Hmimzie "Martha" Commercial Chorus, 3. Doius ,lofxx H AN N " Doris" Commercial Class Vice-President. -lg Cannon-Aid tbusiness man- agerhg Red Cross Council. 3 fsecretarylg G..-XA., 1, 2, 3, -lg GAA. Cabinet, -lg Mask and VVig', -lg National Thespians. -lg Chorus, Z, -lg Drum Majorette Club, l, 2. 3, -lg Drum Majorette, 1, Z, 3, -lg Play Committees, 2, 3, -lg Library Staff, 2. -lg "Ar- senic and Old l.ace"g Na- tional Honor Society. jo.xx ELAINIQ l'l.fXR'l'ZIiI.l. "joanie" .-Xcadeniic Cannon-Aid: GAA., -lg Mask and W'ig. 3. -lg Na- tional Thespians, -l: Choir, Z, 3g Chorus, 2, 3g Battle- field Club, lg Nursing Club, 3, -lg Play Committees. 2, 3, -l. Rox' :kl.liliR'l' H I-11 N'rzr:I.m A N "Heintz" Agriculture l7.F.A.. l. lJ,n.i: Cimumgs Hovmmx "Buzz" Commercial Football, 1, Z, 3, -lg Bas- ketball, 1, 2: Baseball, l, Z lmanagerl 1 Science Club, l, 1 pam' 1lllll'll'l'll Cornerstone Laid for Present High School Building-1925 l'i-zum' jams N llokic .mcggy Juv- Un,,nwrL.ial Curl. lmnwna lXI"l.l.liR - 1 - "Carl" .'Xgriculturc lr..-X..'X., l, 2, 3, -lg Llioir, , -lg Cliorus, -lg llrinn Major- cttc, l. KiickAi.n R l ' ssl-1i,1. li lil.l.liR limimim ,-X N N KEN Ni-11.1. "jerry" Coinim-rcial ' 'k' l 'll l 7 3' B' ' - "l3:n'hara" Coinmcrcial lmlijig, ,i:lBanicl,' ll, ll, is-li llonic lfconoinics 0rc'lwS1I'3, l, 3. 35 l:iSl1ll1ll Sciciirv Clnlw, 23 llolxliy Clulm, lg Dancing' Club, 31 511111, 4, Cin-ss Club. 2. -l. hi-Lonnie Rn'il.xlzn lXliNNI'1l.l. XHRNON HMWR Kwxlik ullL"'rl-TCH A1lfif"'U'f1' uSlllllL'j'U Connnorvial Q liaschall, 3,1-l fmanagcrli pishing Club' 1: +-,,X,.SL,,,i,. 1'-l'--'M lf Z' " 4' and Olcl l.acc." llixnimim .Xxx li ic'1"i'l'.m1Ax 'liarlf' Comim-rcial llillllllbll-.xlfll Maroon and Vvhitg' 3' 3 U-ir,-ulatiun Minn' lXA'l'li l,.ximlal: inanagcrl, -lg Mask and NVig. 4: Studi-nt Council, 43 RL-fl Cross Council, Z3 ILA. A., l, 2, 3, 43 Choir, 43 ' - , . . , ' Chorus' 3' 4: Band' 2' 3' 4: Xllntn, 3. 4, Hattlefiuld Club, Orchestra, 2, 3: Battlefield, lg l7.B.l..:X., 3 ftrcasurc-rj, -l fprcsiclcntll Quill and Scroll, 3, 4 fsccrctary-trcaw ururlg Play Committees, -lg ".-Xracnic and Old l.acc"1 National Honor Society. " M ary" .Xcaclcinic Cannon-.Xiclg Maroon and 1: Scicncc Club, Z: 0.0.C.. 33 Library Staff, 4: Quill anrl Stroll, 4. funn' lvvvnty First Issue of Maroon and White, School Paper-1925 BZ-"l"l'Ii jam. Iaxzos "Bette" Commercial ti.A.:X., l, 2, 35 journal- ism, lg Leaders' Club, Z: Play Committees. 4. -lixxifl' l.0l'ISli Imgtiolua 'Qlanct ' Academic Commercial Red Cross Council, lg Mask and Vlfig. 4: Chorus, 43 Battlefield Club. Z: Danc- ing, 4: "Our Hearts VVere Young and Gay": "Cheaper lly tht- Dom-n"1 Play Coin- mittec. 4. P.x'r'rY joaxx I.lo11'l'Nl-Lu "Pat" .-Xcadeniic Commercial Cannon-Aid: ii..-XA., 1, Z, 3, 4: G.A.pX. Cabinet, 41 Hand. 1, 2. 3, 4: Orchestra, l. Z, 3: Battlefield Club, 12 Leaders' Club, 2: Dancing Club. 4 tinstructorli Play Committees, 4. RllSlil.I.A l.. l.l'ckr1Nl5At'ull "Rose" Commercial Home Economics 12.1.-X., 1: Leaders' Club. 2: Dancing Club, 4. NANcY IJ,uu.1-gm: Lui: "Nancy" Commercial Chorus, 2, 4: Battlefield Club, 1, 2: F.B.L.A., 3, 4: "A Date VVith judyn: Play Committee, 4. N.xNcY Hol.nckAF'r l-IGll'l'liR "Nance" .-Xcademic Cannon-Aid tco - editor, pieturesj : G.A.A., 2: Choir, Z, 3, 4: Chorus, Z, 3, 4: Or- chestra, 2, 33 Library Staff, 2. 3. -l: Battlefield Club, 1: Play Committees, 1, 2, 3, 4: National Honor Society. Raul XA M M1 Loral NGIISR " Regina" Commercial Home Economics ANNA MAI-3 MCCLEAF "Anna" Commercial Class Secretary, 3: G.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 4: Library Club, 3: F.H.A., 1, 2 Cvice presi- dentjg Chorus, 25 Drum Majorette Club, 1, 2, 3, 43 Drum Majorette, 1, 2, 3, 4: Play Committee. 4. pngc tzuwzly-orlt' School Adopts Name-Cannon-Aid for Yearbook-1929 l':l'Kil'QNli l':lPXY.XRIl llm,,.3x l.',mM-,is MARTN "l lclcn" Coinincrcial fwm' .Xgricnltnrc Hmm. lqjmlwnlics L llL'5S. Z: llilllflllg, 3, lin-,'l"x'x' l.Ul'ISI'. RlIl.l.l-Llc "llc-Mic" Clmnm-rcizil DMEM' lvfwxlf Mllll-FR G..X..'X.. 3. -ll Llnnr. -ll Ulmwn liflwflll Clmrns, 2, 3, -lg Drum Klu- jnrcttc Clnlm. l. 2. 3, -ll llrmn Xlznjorcttv, l, Z, 3, -l. llifltlltliklil, l. 21 Signup Clnlx, 3, llmus Nl.u-, lXlll.l.l'.li "Mil" .Xczulunuic Cunnm-rvinl Czninun-,Xiclp Klurnmi znul lulllflkl' l-PZRUY Xlll.l.HR 13,430 'llz l .. . XXlntL, l, kin inc N,rav Iron Axgnculmrc Scroll, -lg Student Council. Stnclcnt Council. .31 Foot- lmll, 1722. 3. -li llaskrtlmall. 1. 3: lruck. l, Z: Baseball. Mask :incl XYig, -ll Nzitnnml 'l'l1t'Slll2lll5, -lg Clioir, 2. 5, 41 Clmrns, Z, 3, -lg llunml, 1.3. 3, -lg Urclicsma. l. Z, 3: ,luxur- nuliani, I, 3, -li Play Cmn- nlittcc. 2, -l: National llunor Snriviy. H lJ0lilS .Xxx Nlusl-in l2rpu,xl.lnxi-1 lCi.sim.x Minwrz ,, -. ,, Q lim ic .Xcacleinic "le'rrv" llonic licmimixics . . ' ' Lillllltlll-Jxllll Rccl C1-055 Council, li ii.:X..-X., 1, l, 3, Dancing, I 3 R1-fl Cross Conn- 4: fr..-X..'X. Cabinet. -ll Chu- ' 1 rns, 2, -l: Orclicstra, l, 2, 3: lyznclcrs' Club. 1: Dancing lnistructnrl. -l, We X .Q funn' livmly-lim Organization of Mask and Wig Dramatic Club-1929 lioroiucs jmx Mol' Niuxix "j canien Academic Class Yicc President, Z: Cannon-Aid: Maroon and XVhite, l. 2, 3, Editor. 41 Quill and Scroll, 3, 43 Stu- dent Council, l, 4 Qsecre- taryj3 G.A.A., l, Z, 3, 43 Mask and VVig, 3, 4 Cvice presidcntl3 National Thes- pians, 43 Choir, 3, 43 Chorus. Z, 3. 4: Orchestra, l, 2, 31 journalism, 1, Z. 3. 43 Play Committees, Z. 3, 43 National Honor Society. l'lAius.xn.x RAI-1 BlYl'lRS "Barb" Home Economics G..-X..-X. Cabinet, 43 G..-XA., 1, 2, 3, 43 F.H.A.. 13 Clio- rus, 2, 4: Leaders' Club, ZZ Nursing. 3, 4: Play Coni- mittve. 4. GRAN-1 lil.:-'ioiim LJLSUN "Freda" Commercial Maroon and XN'hitc, 3, 43 Leaders' Club, Z3 journal- ism, 3, 43 Play Committee. 43 Cheerleader. 1, 2, 3, 4. l'lAROl,l? MY!-:ns R AF F ic N sviauoiau "RatTy" Academic juniata joint High School, lg Class President, 33 Cau- non-Aidg Student Council, 2, 3 Ctreasurcrj, 4 Cprcs- identjg Basketball, l, 2, 33 Track, 1, 2, 33 Mask and XVig, 3, 43 National Thes- pians, 43 Band, 2, 3, 43 Sci- ence Club, Z Ctrcasurerj, 3 lpresidentj, 43 "Our Hearts VVere Young and Gayf' "Cheaper By The Dozen," 'lkrsenic and Old l.acc"3 National Honor Society. MoNx.x I.oL'1si: Xll.'Ml'l'Ik "Scofic" .-Xcadeinic GA.,-X., 1, Z, 3, 43 G.A.A. Cabinet tsecretaryj, 43 Bat- tlefield, 13 Leaders' Club, 2: Nursing, 3: Chorus, 2. Bl'l'l"l'Y zxNN XlYl-1RS "Betty" Academic Battlefield Club, .ZS Nurs- ing. 4. BIl.I.lE RM: Pinus "Billie" .-Xcadcinic Caimon-Aid: Maroon and NN'hite, 3, 4: GA..-X., 3: Leaders' Club, 23 journal- ism, 3, 4. VICTOR Rn "Vic" Agriculture F.F..-X.. 2, 3, 4 Creporterj 3 Science Club, 1. pupil' fivwity-tlzrm' Charter Granted for National Honor Sociefy-1931 'lAiiQl'IiI.lN 'll'l.IA Vmoixnx RlCN'l'ZlCl. Ujackin-" Coimucrcial llomc liconomics GA..-X., .23 l7.H..-X., l, 2, 3, 41 Chorus, lg l.il1rary. 4: llattlcficld, l 3 llohhy, 23 I4-arlcrs. 2. l'A'l'lli-:mxl-1 Minor: RUIIRIKAVILII "Cathy" Connncrcial Cannon-.kidg Rcd Cross Council, .Z ltrcasurvrj, 3, 43 Mask and VVig, 4: li..-XA., l, 2, 3, -lg Choir, 3, -ll Cho- rus, Z, 3, 43 Band, 2. 3. 4: Orclicstra, 2, 33 llrum Kla- jorettc Cluh, lg Play Com- mittcc, -lg National llonor Socicty. j .-xx:-Q Nl .uma Sixxnl-.ks "Cnddlcs" llomc lfcononncs Studc-nt Council, l : Ci.fX..'X., 2, 3, 43 If.H..'X.. l, Z lsccrc- 1:-aryl, 3 lvicc l7l't'SlKlL'llll, -li Chorus, Z, 3, -li lJam'inp.:', l. Cn Aim-.s Rlllil'.R'l' SA N nicks "Smokcy" ficncrnl Cannon-Aid: Maroon and XVhitc, 3, 4: Student Coun- cil, l: Football. l. 2, 3. -li Track, 1, 2, 3. 4: Wrestling. lg Science, 2, Chess, 3: journalisni, 4: "Arsenic and Old l.:1cc." ffugc inwzij'-fwfr' IJ:-:i.kox' Kim' RINIQIIART "lJch'oy" General Cannon-Aid lcirculation managerl: Chess. l, Z. ANNA Bi':i.l.i-1 RUTH Sain.:-:R "Annie" Home liconomics FH..-X., 3, 4. PA'l'RlL'lA .-X N N SA N in-:ks "Phochc" .Xcadcmic Class Sccrctary, lg Can- non-.-Xid 1 Maroon and Vlillite, 1 3 G..-XA. Cahinct, 4: GA..-X., 1, 2, 3, 4: Chorus, 2: Lead- ers' Club, 23 Dancing Lin- structorh, 43 "A Date lNith jucly": Cheerleader, l, Z, 3. l.ol'1si-1 Gin-'okn SL'lll'l.'l'Z " l .ou" Comnlcrciul Class Treasurer, 1: Can- non-Aidg Mask and VVi'g, -lg Student Council. 3: Red Cross Council, 4 Cpresidentl 1 G.,-LA., 1, Z, 3, 4: Choir, 2, 3: Chorus, 2, 33 Battlefield. 1 3 "Cheaper by the Dozen", Play Committee, 4: Cheer- leader, -l. "11uurgc" .Xgl'ic11lt111'c Charter Granted for Quill and Scroll Organization-1936 rn . ,'.. X.i. "lk-tty" Q.Ullllllk'l'k'l2ll Q , "-lcr1'y" Cmlnlwrcizxl Llmrus. 2, .33 l,1lJI'2ll'j'. -ll llattlclielcl, 1, 23 0.0.C., 3: lxzulcrs' Club, 23 llzlncing, F.R.l...X., -lg Play Gnu- 3 mittcc. -l. u , . . , IN lll.l'.lll'.L lxlzli 'Ally-tty" Cmmm-rciznl .Xcaclcmic lllllllllllm AXAM' 5lllull'l'll ' Kiulmm-.Xlflg Xlarurm mul "'l'L'ssic" .'Xl'21ilL'Illlt' XYl1itC, 2, 3 lncws cclitnrl, -l, Mask and XYig. 45 Stu- clcnt Council, 3, G.fX.gX., -1: Clmrus. Z. 4: Quill zmrl Scroll, 3. -lg I3attlc6clcl. ll l.ilv1'ary, lg Nlll'SllIQf, 33 .lUlll'll2illSlll, Z, 3, -lg Play fUlllllllltL'k'S. 4 1 National Hmmm' Snricty. Czummm-.Ximlg li,.X.,X., 1, 2. 3, -lg Clmrlls, 2: Drum Klu- jfvrcttc Club, 1, 2, 3, 4: Drum Klajorl'tfL', l, 2, 3, -l. M Q 4 I lJl'.l.URlS .ll'XI'. 5lll'x'l,1-.la .. - ,. 1 A "gX11nic" CU!lllllCl'L'l2ll hull llumc l'.cm1m111Lx Student L'uum'il, -lg lxarl- llllmllllg' 'l' cvs' Club, 25 llancing. 3. XXll.1.1M1 L11.xu1.14,5 5lN1-Ll-.N "Sing" COlIllIlCl'Cl2ll Student Council, l: lfuul- NC2ilgyllll1ll5lHill, flL'l'll1Zlllj'I liilll, -ll Basketball. 1, 2. 3: Baseball, 1, 2, 3, -l: n.'XI'Sl'l!lC and Old l.avc." f'llj!t' livvllty-jim' North and South Wings Added 'ro High School-1936-37 l'.l,l,l N -I. 5l.HfN,Xlxl-I4 "XX 1lhur" flllIllll0l'Cilil I nuthall. I, 2. 5, 4. Wilmer- lm-.xr SNIITII 5W"'ll "lJl'cnc" I lunu' lfcmurlllim "5mm3' f'l"'l"'?l4 IFIIIUXH gl 43 lmm- .. u R1-rl Crusf Llruncil, l: l.il,,-,H-5-V 3. 3. 4' i.,,X..X.. 1. Z. 3, 4: Clmorm, 43 lxzulcrs' Club, 2: Dam'- ,, . 3 . . 15.1, 4. jeux Num S'l'l-.nexm u.l4v:llliL"' lltllllk' l':l'llIlHlIlil'5 UUN'u'I' lillmixli Sllgllljlkl nz xx 1- Iinttln-th-l1l 1' "Uf"1" 3W"i"1"U"" l.lW"' 31 NU"5i"14- 5' '43 lfuirhcld High Sclnml, I3 "Our Hcnrta XYQI1- Young :mrl lQzu"'3 Play fililllllliltvt. 4. ,KRW ,Q IS,um.xn,x ,l.xNl-, Nx lhlllzlf "Sxx'ifh" Q-4YlIllIlk'l'Ci2l4 4 1 Mx N 3. LAHIIHUII-.'XiClQ Mamma :md I L- ,all XX'l1itv. 43 Rcd Crow Conn- ll mmnuul oil, 43 Ii,,X..X., I, 1, 3, 4: ll.,-X..-X,, 1, 2, 3. 4: Clxorus. Musk :mel XYig, 43 Choir, Z. 2, 43 Battlcfiuld. li Lczul- J, 4: Churlls, 2, 3, 43 Drum cvs' Club, Z. Nlujurclu-, I3 JUllI'll1iH5!!l. 3, 4: Play f'lHlIIllilll'k'5, 2, 3. 43 pugn' l:u.'uly'.v1'.1' Sfuclenf Council Officially Organized in School-1941 NA XLRY ,I UA N 'l'r:r:rr-:R " Nan" .-Xcaclcmic Cannon-.Xicl laclvcrtisiug managcrl: Maroon and XVhitc, l, 2, 3, 4: Quill and Scroll, 4: G..'X..'X., 1, 2, 3, 4: Chorus, Z: Band, 1. .2, 3, 4: Orchcstra. l, Z, 3: journal- ism, 1.2, 33 National Honor Society. l,ANl.lfNl'Q -IANIAL 'l'ol'l'lalc "lJarlcnc" Commercial Rccl Cross Council, 2, 3: Chorus, Z: l'.B.l...'X., -ll Play Committcc, 4. lxxxks I .icoxs Vl'Il.lPI!I'Q "ly-gn-" .-Xgriculturc Latvian lfnginccring School, l, 2: Basketball, 4: Track, 4: li.l7.t-X., 4. M ravi N IM N 1 1431. XX' lil kiaivr, -I R. "Mcrv" llcncral Cannon-Aicl: Maroon and XVhite, 2, 3, 4: Baud, 1, 2, 3. 4: Orchestra, l, Z, 3: Fish- ing, l: junior Historians, 41 Play Committce, 4. .lonx llolcsm' 'lilIRl'Sll "Uirflic" .Xcaclcmic Class Prcsirlcnt. l: Can- non-.-Xifl: Maroon and xxvllltl' l, Z, 3, 4: Student Council. l, 3. 4: Track, 2, 3. 4: Mask ancl lYig, l, 2, 3, 4: Na- tional Thcspians. Z, 3, 4: Chorus, 2: Hand, I, Z: Sci- cncc, l, Z, 3: journalism, 4: 'KX llatc XYitl1 juclyn: "Our Hearts lYcrc Young Anil Gayul "Cheaper By Tllc lJozcn": "Arsenic and Olcl l1acc": National Honor So- clcty. lloius ,ll-.Ax 'lklxlxiiapk "l3l1l'lS" Coinnicrcial Stuclcnt Council, lg Rt-rl ross Council, lg GMX..-X., l. . 3. 4: Choir, Z, 3: Chorus. L 2 2. 3, 4: Drum Majorettc, 3: F.ll.l...X.. 4: Play Com- inittcc. 4. Rox' .XLYIN WI-:ixxl-in "Roy" .Mgriculturc Cannon-.Xiclg Track, 2, 3, 1 43 lili..-X., 1, -, 3 lrcportcrl, 4 lscL'rctaryl : National llonor Socicty. llonorlix' .XNN xYli'l'Zlil. "lJottic" Commercial Class Sccrctary, 4: Can- non-Aicl: Maroon and XVhitc, 1, 2. 3, 4: Mask and XVig, 4: National Thcspians. 4: Quill and Scroll, 43 G.,-MA., l, 2, 3, 4: Choir, 3, 4: Cho- rus, 2, 3, 4: journalism, l, Z. 3: Library, 2, 3, 4: "Our llcarts VVere Young and Kiay": "Arsenic and Olcl l.acc": Play Comniittcc, 3. puffs fwvify-.rvz-all Ground Broken for Shop Addition To High School-1950 Iuonms l.lNt'ol.N vl.li'l'ZI'll. "Toni" .'Xk'3ilQllllt' Fishing, Z: Chess, 4. l'1l.l-:A Nou hlARGARl'1'I' VV1t'iu:RnAM "VVick" .-Xvatlclllir Cannon-Aitlg G.A.A., 1, 2, J, 45 G.A.A. Cabinet, -l tpresidentj 1 Mask and NVig, 3, 4g National Thespians, -ll Leaders' Club, 21 Dancing, 35 "Cheaper by the Dozen", Play Committees, 3, -42 Cheerleader, l, 2, 3, -lg Na- tional Honor Society. l.1NnA ,ll-Il-'l-'Rl-LY Vl'n.sox "linda" .-Xcaclcnmic Cannon-Aid, Maroon and VVhite, 3. -lg Quill and Scroll, 4: GA..-X., 1, 2, 3, 4: G.A.A. Cabinet, -l ttrcas- urcrl 3 Leaders' Club, 2: journalism, 3, -lg Play Coin- mittee, 4. flljll' frtwnfy-ciylzf JI-IAN Dorouris VV llI'l'Ii "J can" Commercial Cannon-Aid: Maroon and Vlfhite, 2, 3, 41 G.A.A., 41 Etiquette, l: journalism, 2, 32 Library, 2. GRM:-1 M Ax' W n.i.x,x ms "Gracie" .-Xcadeniic Cannon-Aid: G..-XA., -lg F.H.A., 13 Chorus. Z: Drum Majorette Club, 1, Z, 3, 43 Drum Majorette, 3, -lg Play Committee, -l. jovfl-1 hlftklli YINGLING "J oyce" .-Xcademit' Maroon and VVhite, 2, 3, 43 Quill and Scroll, 4, Cho- rus, 2, -lg Journalism, 3: Hobby, 33 Nursing, -lg Play Committees, 2, -lg Library. 2, 3, -l. I-f-Misa Kliscliicf :md Mr. Devil. 2fSuretul1it liruzulwziy. icst in class of '5l. -lf' Firm as the Rock of Ciilmrzlltnr. 5---'l'liv silent typc! fu-AI"ri0l1c1ly's thc' word for it. 7f'l'h0 mzistvr, his cur, :mtl subjects Puff i' f'h'i'I1fy-I SENIOR SENTIMENTS X.-XNNIIC IllVELY---'AYa1inie" is eager to attend nursing school at University of Pennsylvania. She'll always remember the dance after the 1950 Maroon and White banquet, when she stuck her head under a lamp shade and the light bulb exploded. She despises big whcels and stuck-ups, but Swiss steak. French fries. friendly people, and "My Heart Cries For You." please her. She often scoffs, "Oh, l did that once!" NEIL DOLLY-"Dog-gone it!" "Dolly" shouts when he thinks of Ag' class. Neil plans to attend Penn State after graduation and continue the business of farming. He will never forget the good times working in the shop with the Ag' boys. Phys. Ed., wrestling, swimming. and the 3:30 bell delight this senior. DOROTHY FIDLER-"Dotty" hopes to become a secretary. "jumpin' jennies !" yells this hater of home- work. She is a fan of painting, reading, and short- hand, and will always remember her senior year and play practice. CAROLYN lflSCl'fl.-"Peg" can't forget her first game as cheerleader. Cheerleading, dancing, sports and fried chicken are tops with this future secretary. "Gee whiz" exclaims Peg as she sees play shoes with socks, bad sportsmanship, and stuck-up people. CHARLES FORD-"Ted," lover of sports and women, whose future is undecided, really gets peeved at "Buzz." "You know," this senior will always re- nienzber his participation in sports, and that meeting of a certain girl-tnow who could that be??J. DONALD GEIMAN-"I'll be dog-gone" says "Don" as he sees a girl smoking. Doesn't know yet if he'll join the Air Force and fly into the wild "blue yonder" or keep on working, but whatever he does he'll never forget his senior year. A girl from Han- over. banana skyscrapers, and fried ham certainly please "Don." DONALD GORDON-"Homer's" just crazy about football games but he surely hates to give speeches. "Holy cow," exclaims this potential preacher as he remembers those two years he spent in 202 trying to learn Latin rules. THELMA GREEN-Although her future is still a blank, hillbilly music, horses, the Lone Star State, and long hikes on Sunday make "Thelma" smile. "Holy cow," but she just can't tolerate loud girls. RICHARD GUISE--"Holy crumb," exclaiins this future college man, as his dad refuses to give him- the car. Guess "Dick" never will forget his senior year and how he spent lots of time cruising around. Ialone?? now, Dickl RONALD GUISE-"Ronnie," who plans to be a forest ranger, is fond of pretty women and ice cream. lYhen heard exclaiming "Holy cow!" he is probably thinking of all the fun he had in history class. "Ronnie" is especially fond of driving around in his Ford. DONNA HAMMERS--"Donna," whose future is still undecided, will never get over attending those Maroon and White banquets. She is particularly fond of football games, hamburgers and hot chocolate, but, "Oh, my heavens!" she can't bear stuck-up people. WALTER HAMMOND-"Holy cow," remarks "Walt" when he is quizzed about his future-who knows?? Can't forget his first day in G.H.S. Walt hates too much homework, but never complains about girls. tall of them??I DORIS HANN-This future secretary still re- members the thrill of being chosen as a inajorette. "That's all right" remarks "Doris," for while she likes dancing with the gang at Woodlawn, shoe-string potatoes, sports, and banana splits. she just can't stand stuck-up people. DORIS HARTZEL-Here's another secretary! "Holy cow!" exclaims "Doris" when she thinks of French fries. sports. music, and fried chicken. Doris ftlfll' fllirly tells us she'll always remember making the honor roll in her senior year. JOAN HARTZELI.--",loani'e" received her big- gest thrill when she got into the Mask and VVig club. "Jemeny pats!" remarks this future Florence Nightin- gale when she sees high heels and socks. ,loanic-'s wild about traveling and that certain somebody. TED HAY, JR.-"Ted" is planning to attend col- lege-possibly at Gettysburg. "Holy heck l" but those out-of-town games attended by the band on buses were full of fun! Dance bands, photography, and girls make Ted happy. but he frowns upon "cowboys with cars." ROY HEINTZELMAN-The Air Corps beckons to "Heintz," who states that he'll never forget history class. "Holy cats!" remarks this senior when the dis- covers a girl or boy smoking. As a rule though, sports and girls make Heintz's face light up. MARTHA HEMLER-"Martha's" future is un- decided. but she does know that people who think they're so mnch better than others peeve her. Still, give Martha an exciting football game and she's happy. DALE HOFFMAN-It's off to the Navy for "Buzz," hut wherever he is, he'll always remember those exciting Chambersburg games. VVise people bring the same expression to Buzz's lips-"VVise guy l" while crab cakes and shrimp never fail to please him. PEGGY JO HOKE-"Peggy jo" is planning to attend a state teachers' college. She still remembers her first year in G.H.S., and says she hates being so darned tall. "You'd be surprised" at all the things Peggy Jo likes: chocolate milk shakes, cheeseburgers. and that certain person from New York. CARL KELLER-This future farmer can't forget his history class. Girls and his '41 Chrysler really please him, but "Gee whiz!" English gets Carl down. GERALD KELLER--This fan of basketball, base- ball, and girls will never forget those Hanover games. "Keller" plans to undertake construction work when he graduates. BARBARA IQICNNELI.-l'Barbara" is still unde- cided as to what the future will bring her way. "Darn it!" exclaims Barbara, when boys are kept out of her reach. Hiking on Sundays, hamburgers, and hot choco- late are big hits with this senior girl. GEORGE KENNELL-Uncle Sam's Army is call- ing "George." "Holy smokes!" but history class was fun. George despises "cowboys with cars" but can always get excited over sports and pep meetings. VERNON KEPNER-"What do you think?" characterizes "Smiley," who is planning to work at home after graduation. Smiley will always remember the assemblies held in G.H.S. and he hopes that speeches are outlawed and longer vacations are granted to future students. BARBARA KETTERMAN--"Geeminy buckets I" but pokey underclassmen peeve "Barb," This future medical secretary always got a thrill out of going to away games on buses. Want to see Barb smile? just mention holidays or ask her about her senior year. MARY LARMER-This lover of art, travel, and square dances can't decide about her future. "Are you kidding?" exclaims "Mary" as she hears her senior year at G.H.S. being mentioned. Did you know that conceited people and reckless drivers really irk Mary? BETTY LAZOS-Another secretary in our midst! "Bette" especially remembers the time she was a half second late for home room. "Excuse me-I lost my head." remarks Bette, and she still does over dancing, French fries, and brown curly hair. NANCY LEE-"Nancy," planning to be a stenog- rapher, cries, "Gee whiz I" when she recalls her struggle to master Spanish. Sophisticated people make Nancy frown, but banana splits. fried chicken. and bowling please her. r 1 ' W fffilff iff . AMW M-401.5 A B CLASSES WMV W fd JUNIOR AIR. l"m4,n II.xr1llxl,1-ix lfklcn lllckklxfg !,7'A'A'itft'I1.' .ltf7'I'.Y1'I' Xlxx SITES S'm'm'lm'x' .Xlll:u1rl, 512111111 f'1lIY1lI'1l, lfstcllc- lI:mmn1, -lczm .XT'l'll1h, I':llQ'l'Ill' Cool, Larry ll1lI'l'il'l, Rivlxzmrfl Iizlkcr, Nzuwy Lbshllll, ,Xlicv llzlrtmzul, jay link:-r, Sfilllltj' lfiswc-ll, 'lzuwt llurtzcll, Ruth Ihm-lmnm-, -lulm llxllismm, qXllu-rt Huy, Dick lic-111-11. lfrlillm fulp, 'l'4m1l11y llcim, Alilftllil Iiighzmm, .Xmm Klum- llc-llingcr, XviYi2lll llcrriug, lfrccl Iiluunl, xlilfiilll llillcm, lyflllfllll llcyscr, Xxvillilllll Iluyfl, Hula-rl llulzuu-y, Inu .Mm lIO1lli,.l1lllR'S lin-:un, llwa-1111 l':lJOI'hIlTI, Doris lluITmzm, lfugc-nc Urn-zulu, blnvk lilwrlmrt, ,lulm lloltzwurth, Nlzlrgzlrvt Hrvnl, livlly lfplcy, l'r0t:1 xlcnws, blzunvs I11'itcl1c'1', Nllllfj' lfwrly, l.llllll'I' KZIIIC, Rn-gina lillcklcxv, Xyilliillll l"c'ttm'l', llcrlwrt Kvllvr, Nlllfil' HIINIIUY, Ilillfiixiil Visscl, Nutty lNil'IlllK'I', Kiclmrrl HIISIIIIIHII, lfflith Fissvl, l'iI'l'flflii' Kcpm-r, XX'iIlis HIISIIINHII, Nancy Fox, Rrmlwrt livssvl, Doris c.l1lllS1lfIfHl', Mary Geisler, -Izmct Kiclwc-ll, Roszllc-v QvI1'YQ'l2ll1!l, Vlyrlv ilurrzmlcl, Cla-rzllcc-11 King, Shirley Clark, lh-My f11IUfl0I'I11llfl1, Ruynw IQIIUIISU, Regina Vluck, ,Xlicv QQTIICC, l'z1trici:1 IJIIIKHS, l"r4-rl ihlv, Iictly llzlll, .'X11m' l.:mm'r, Incl l-HIUINIIII, Vlolm llzlll, .lzunvs I.IH'SlblI, Nvllic I lillllilf, -lzum-N funn' llzirlx'-Inu: LASS Xxx rx' Sxxm-:Rs l5is'l"i'Y .XN x NX 1411141-ilu' i.k'IlIZ. .IIIIIUI Littlv, tlulm I .iirla-iilmzlligli, I .c-ua Xlacl'lu-rsmi, Stuart Aik'QiUl'llliCii, Q1-cil Xlcllailiivll, Mina Nlcllzumc-Il, Ili-Iwi Xlcl Danna-ll, .lay Slcliciirick, XYilliam Martin, lfflith Klasml, Mary Klassvr, listlu-r Hillvr, Doris Klillcr, -lack Miiitvr, Norris Klumpc-r, .-Xllmcrt Nlussclman, -Iam-t Xauglc, licrlxlvy Xurgan, Russ:-ll Norman, 'lm' Ulsmi, Ruhr Uyivr, i'r1'rl l'ai11tc-r, lfih-vii Plank, .Xllc-11 I 1'i'11.i'1rn'1' lvliu' l'l'a'.x'fffr'llf Price, lictty Rayluomi, Hetty Hebert, .lu.'X1iii Rider, Barbara Roach, lictty Ruth, Philip Ruclisill, XYilliam Rl1lllll1t'i, Barbara Ruiiinicl, Mary Louise Sanders, Charlvs Sanders, Nancy Sclu-ide, Carla Schmitt, Suzamu- Sclicmfclcl, liriicst Schwartz, Milclrcrl Shade, Sidney Shears, Marian Shriver, Ilarlem- Shufii. Dian Signur, Ruin-rl Siiiglcy, .lum- Sitcs, Nina S1liil'Ilibk'I'QtAl', Sam Nl Rs, rXxx.x I l1c1x'l'zi1.1,xi Spviicc, Xxvilyllt' Spmuliwlh-1', ,I 02111111111 Stall-y, l'aul Stautiicr, IR-rry F-tvrmir, i':X'K'i5'Il Ste-riicr, llulanci Swaps, Hariri 'iiZlXYllt'y, Vliyllif Tciiiplc, vlusvpli 'l'wrlrlc's, l'a1il 'lirn-sslcr, Phyllis I riiiiim-V, Ricliarii XYagm'r, Liharlcs XYz1sl1ii1gtui1, lfraiiciw XXX-zillicrly, Ray XX'n'ilwrt, ilvltx' .Xiiii XX L-tzcl. in-11vx'ic'xc' XYcx'vr, .Num- XYilliams, Kvllllvlil XYiIliams, XYilliam Xxbillwllilll, llimluiws XYurtz, Charles XYcwrtz, Kr-iiiictli Yiiigliiig, Norman I llmli flu firlrli' I' '- SOPHOMORI X111. 11I1.11I14.Ia111.1-.N x 111111x1s1' 151-1I,lY 1'1'1'1' l'1'1'.1'11l1'11l 11111.11-1' 111.1 x 111c.11:11:1' .S'1'1'1'1'r111'1 X1111'11g111, X 111111 1111111111:111, 111111111 111g111, XX 111111111 1111'111, 1 111711 1 11111, I'1-131 1 , . 11'1-q11- 1111111 11-11111'1' 111-111111 1lQ11!llIl 1'll11l'N . 1 ' 11111111 1111111 11111111 1'1l'l'i1 1 1 ' -11111 1111'11'11A11 11111-1', C 111'1111 1I'1'1lIl1, XX1111.1111 1l'l'll111ll1. 1111111 1 . 1 11151111, 11111111111 5111'111111', ,X1't1 41l1'1l'1', 1'1Il1'1 1:11'11-1', 1111111 A2lI'11'1', 1111' 1 ll 11ll'11 1-1151-, X1JlI'1112l 11111s:1111111' 11111111'1-1 11111s1111111v, 1111111 '1111' !l111'l1' 111111' 1 1 11111511111111-, 1111111 1'1111'111llg'1'l', 1111'11111'11 1 11111s11111111-, 111lll1 1'111I'1l'Il112ll1g11, 1X11111' X-111lx1111111, 1N12l1111'l'1lIl' 1'1l'L'XX', 11111111'1's 1'1111111s, 11L'XX'1'1' 111-1g11-1, S111T1l'X' 111111111, .1110 111'1lTgl', N1I1l'1' .-X11111 1-ll1'1l'X, 1'1111'l'1l 11111512 1111111' 11111111111', 1111'1111r11 111111, 1J111l11K' 111-11t1'11'11, 1'11111' 111lIl11K'1', 11:1r11111'11 111-1'111'1', XX'1111:1111 11Z1I111t'1', 1211101 111-1 121215, XX111111111 Il11r11111111, .12lL'11 111-11111113 11111111111 1111r11111111, 1,111- 1111'111, .Xllllil N12l1'1' 1111rt111:111, 1,1115 11111lII1ll1, XX'11111l1ll 1111r1z1'1, .1111 1111111, 1,1l11' 111-11g1-1, 1112111 1111111, 1"1111- 111-11g1-5, 1111115 1'f1'111'r1, 11111 111-11111, 1111111-rt 1f11'11111lz, 1121111 11111, 111111111111 1'1Y1'l'Sl111', 11101111111 111x1111, 1111111111 1:11111 N1ZlI'g1lFl'l 11111113 l11-rtr11111- 1"1'11x, 11111111111 1llS11111, .Xll1l21 151511-1, x111I'11Il 111111-s, 1'1I'2lllL't'N 1'11Nk'1l', 1f111'11 1Ql'l'1.t'T, 111'111111'1 111'111'1'1', 51111111 1X1l'I1Ill'11, L'1111r111s 1N1t'11l'I'l112ll1, X11111'1 1X111ll.', 1121l'1l'Il1' 11111111111, 1,11111s11 1111111111: 1'1-ggy 111111, 11111'1s 1i1i'l1l11lIg1'I', 1111Il1l1L' 1i11111'1'1'1I1'1', 1'1l'I'I1 1x1I1tlX, 1111I'1x 1N1I1l1X, XX111112ll11 1N1I'11lI1, l'111'1'111 1.111'111111', ,1ZlL'1111' 1.2lXX'X'1'l', 11111'1h 1,l'X11ll1, Sllilllllll' 1.1g11t1-1', 81151111 1.1g1111lK'l', 15111-1-11 1.1tt11', 1111111 1.11'111gsl1111, 1111111r1's X11'111111111-11, ,X11l'l' X11'111111111-11, 1':Y1'1X'I1 x1L'1111ll1g1111l1, 1111r111111' x1L'111lll1Q1111Il. 1i1'11111'l11 LASS .Xl.lt'li Nlt'lJ.xxNlci.i .Xl.x1u,iN l'1lSl'lil. Klanahan, Sheila Xlaring, lletty Klartln, -luanne llitltlleltatllli. Shirley Millar, llarlmara Hiller, Marie Kliller, liuhert Nl ller, Runalcl Kluritz. Patricia .llnrningy XYilliani Murray, Maureen Xt-ary, llarliara Neely, llelnres Xeinian, lfyelyn Urner, XYilliain l'arr, llnrnthy Venningtnn, llhelps lk-ters, tleralcl ltlanlt, llarulrl l'lanlt, .ln .Xnne l'lanlx, Shirley l'lanlc. XYalter 1' 'xii 4' f IH 1' H Nlks. lQl"l'll Xxlsllli 'lv-it Nay, liieharml lleaver, tlenevral lielmert, -lack li et-rl, Peggy Reecly, lQlCll21I'tl Rippenn. lflnier Sacller, liarliara Sanclers. lfthel Sanclers, juan Sanclers, blnyce ll, Sanrlers, -loyee li. Sanclers, l.en Saunclers, Carl Scliratwieser, Marilyn Schultz, Kenneth Schutt, lfrecl Schwartz, llelen Scott, Sain Scott, Sara Sease, liclwarrl Shielcls, Nancy Shincllecleclier, Klarlin a.mrc'f' . lflfz Sliuwers, Marie Shriver, Carolyn Shultz, Loring Singley, Shirley Sites. l.loycl Sixeas, hlay Skinner. 'lanies Smith. lfleannr Smith, Nancy Sinith, Xxvlllllllll AX. Sniith, Xxllllllllll l.. Speelinan, llelen Spnnseller, Charlotte Spnnseller, lluris Staiger, l.eo Staley, lluruthy Steinnur, Len Strauslmaugh, Robert Swnpe, Norma Taugliinlmaugli, .-Xnna 'lit'llllJlt', Lois 'l'hrnnas, Darrel llimnas, ,luhn Tlininpsnn, Ralph Tunsel, Xliayne 'lloppeiy lieatriee Tnpper, llnrnthy Tressler, lletty Trinnner, Marion Trnstle, lean XYalter, lqlL'll2lI'fl XYarren, Sylvia Xtashingtnn, Shirley XXI-ilcert, llilcla XXI-ntz, Ray XXX-tzel, llerliert lYhitefl, Rohm-rt llvillianis, Sylya XYinter, -lack XYitlierow, Mary NYoncl, XYatsnn Yingling, llarulrl Yingling, ,Iuan Ziegler, Suzanne flllllfl' flzirly FRESHMAI' J ! MR, IQ1n:lau'l I'1lu,lau Imklmlm IIANIQI-:Y Vim' l'1'u.x-iflmzl .Irl'T'1,x'1'1' ,Xrc-mx, 'IHM'IlIl Xsimus, SZIIIKIYZI IIIlIil'I', Ifrwl II:lI4e'1', I'I1yIIIx Iizlrm-5, Iizxrlmrsl Ilzlrm-5, Ilzlvul I" 'I ' I'- ' ..u1g1l11.1l1, der Iizmmgznrrlm-r, xI1lI11l IIuIl'll, I7uI'Is I1mx'm:u1, Sully IIN-11111, Ifrvrl IIIAVIIIIZIII, .xllllil Iir11Im'nrIuIpI1, -Iam-l Ih'mx'11, IQicI1:1rcI IIIINIIVY, Ins:-pI1 l':1rm-y, 114-urgv IIIITQIIS, I':ntrici:1 IIZIIII-Illilll, Ifslllvr IIIIIIINJHIIIIU, Ilnlplm i4Im'IX, I Izmnlfl I HIIMFI, I' rc-fl jwyfr flllvff-I' .vi.x' Iilcvlc Lkmlclsmitlm, I':1tric'i:l IIUICIIIZUI, .Izum-s I4I'l'1lQ.fl'T', Rzlynumrl Crist, Mary I4l'llllSl', Kogm-r K'rmx'I, I,u-wis Vulp, 'Iit'l"I'j' C ulvcr, .Io .-Xml IJHYIIKIIIA, Iimnmmzl In-:lrrIorII', hluzmm- IJiIIm:m, Rulmvrt III"1lIil', XYIIIIZIIII IJuImIms, Shirlcy Iblnlkiumn, Shirlm-y Ifzmlmxlc-strmcli, Ilcurgc If:-Iix, l.urrnim- I"Iickinga-r, SI1irIc-y Iwursytlu-, Rusculmry Ifursyllw, Sllirlvy Ifux, IQHIWFI Ifux, X'II'QI1lI1l Rm' AIYIERS Ifry, -luhn llcimzm, Ilulurcs Ilillwrt, Shirk-y K1oucIorn111tI1, 'Il-rry Ilzmkey. IIIITITZIYZI Ilzlrlwr, Gloria II2lI'tICf', 'Iuhn Ilzlrtmzm, Rosmn IIQ-II:-r, .xllllll Ilcpfc-r, Rm1:1IcI IIQ-rtz, blulm Ilockcy, C'Ic-:xsmnm Iloy, Blzlrcizl klzlcolny, Irc-nc Kam-, Larry KCI-fer, Dlzulct Iicefvr, IQiCI1:1rrI Iiepncr, Ruth I'lt'ttl'I'll12lll, l':u1I Iiimplc, Iizlrlmzlm IQIIlll'I?Ifl'T, ,XIfI1l Zlff' .S1'Ul'L'f1ll',X' Iinux, -Iumcs Iinnx, Szumu-I Iiump, III-lou I.1111cIspc-rgvr. 'Ivan I.IQAIlI1lt'I', Kc-11m'lI1 I.i1m, Iivtty .lu I.ittIm', Vzmrnlyn I.uI1I11git'f, I1Ic11cI:1 Lung, NI2lI'glll'I'IIl' Intl, Clwric- IAICIQCIIIDZIIIQII, KI1lll'I'ICl' NICIJIIIIIICII, .Xnuu Mcllzumcll, Ilurutlly Nlcllzumm-II, I'IxyIIis AIZlll2lIl2lll, SI1irIc-5' Nlzlrtin, Iiltmm Nlickcy, Nancy Nlicklcy, Iillgvllt' Nlicklcy, Snzzuuu- Nlillvr, 1lcmIcI Xlillvr, blnsvplm LASS t.r.okm.i-. I rss I',x'i'R1el.x lQllllili.Xl, Milne, liarlmara Moritz, .Xnnalmelle Moritz, Shirley Moser, l'atsy Munshour, Rieharfl Musselman, .loyee Musser, Stanton Myers, lleyerly Myers, Dale Myers, hlanice Neary, Sonia Nett, .loyee Null, lfclwarcl Oates, Norma Uyler, l'hyllis Uyler, Sally Venn, George I'c-pple, Lowell Peters, june Plank, Arlene Plank, Kathryn l'n'.s'idt'i1! Miss Soi-nm Nll't'lI.X ln'a.v1rrvr . ldt IMI l'lanlt, lllllllll liatifensperger, l'hyilis Re, Yincent Richardson. Delmar Riggeal, Glenn Riggeal. Patricia Rolirbaugli. Robert Rosenberry, Hazel Roth, Daniel Rutlisill, ,lean Rummel, Morris Sanclers, Dorothy Sanders, john Sanders, june Saunders, Mary Schmitt, jay Schriver, Patricia Schwartz, Nadine Sease, Dorothy Sentz, Patsy Settle, Yvonne Shealer, Richarcl Sherman, ,lo Ann Shinclleclecker, Leroy Shull, Darius Shull. Ruth Shultz, .-Xllmert Shultz, Dolores Shultz, Helen Shultz, Shirley Small, .lean Smith, Carroll Smith, Dorothy Smith, Glenn Smith, Kenneth Snycler, Betty Snycler, Dora Snycler, Shirley Staley, George Sterner, Kenneth Stevens, Qscar Straushaugh, Mary Stultz, ,lane Swope, lfya Tanner, Moran Taugliinhaugli. liclxyarfl 'l'hompson, Margaret 'l'hompson, Xlvilliam Thompson, Yvonne Topper, .loyee XYaclclell, l'aul XYalker, Shirley XYarren, liclwartl XYeaver, llaymoncl XXI-isliaar, liarlmara XYells, Ruth Mietzel, liolmert Xlherley, blames XN'ilson, l'eter XYitheroyy, lffarhara lYitter, liruee Wvitter, Dorothy Zepp, Glenn funn' llzirly-.n'rw1 EIGHTH GRADE HR. Kfvxs 5.11'Ilw MISS 51 ' 1lrf1'l.1'1'1' .X1l11111f, I7111'111l11' 11111111-s. 1111111-rt f1lfIl'I', lJ111111l1l f.1lI'l1'l'. lmriw 14l1'1'1-l11111l, XYHI111111 1'11ll111m, li111111l1l 1A1'111g, Ii:11' lJ:11'i1l, xlIlI'Qll1'K'l I D1-lli11g1-r, 111-1'11lfl IJ1-II111g1-1', X11'g111111 1311111111-xg V11111 l'1l1111-11-1' I l1'111'11-11.1 . 5 , l'11x, lI1'111'1' 11iIxI'11r1l, IJ111'11l Hilln-ri, lQ11l11-rl 11l'2lC1', l'.l'l'f1 1211151-, l'1I"t'Kl 11111513 l Iillll ll11rt1111111, l'lI'1lIl1'1n II11rlz1-ll, 11-1111 I l1'111g'1, I 111111111 II1-r1'i11-1, Mary N I l1'f'51'I', I' 1'1'1l KAW-x1'l. lJ111!Jl1rI f111111' llllvffj' Vllflfll linux, K1-11111'tl1 l.111111i11g. Alllfillil I .1111'1'1A1', 1il111l1's I.1-ist, l,l1l'iS l.1-s1'11l1-1-1, -I1111i1'1' l.i1'i11gs11111, 11111111-s .XI1'lflr11x', H111'11l1l xl1lllllL'Ws, H0111 Nl11ttl11-ws, Mary NI1111s1, Yicki Xlillcr, K1-11111-111 Klilll1i1111-s, Nl11rg11r1-1 Nlit1'l11'lI, R11'l111r1l X1-111, N11111'y Nllflllllll. Vcggy l'11111'rs1111, C'l111rlc111' I'1-1111i11g11111, Ri1'l1111'1l l,1Itl'llIllTf, .'Xll1'11 I'l1111k, I511r111'll Vlilllli. R11tl111t111 l'11tt11r, R11l11'r1 R111it'1-11s1111rg1f1', 'I'l11111111w lil1c11l1's. Mary 5111111111-rs, 1111111-rl S1'l1111'I', lflisv SIlIlIl1'l', 'l11l111 Sl11'11l1'1', IHH11' Sl11'Il1'1'. lQ1lx1'111'1l 5111111111-111-1'l11-1', li Sl111lI, 1711111111 51111-rl. lJ111'11l S11111ll, 511111111-I S11111l1, Dl1l11I'L'S Smith. l.111'1111 511111011 Xxrillilllll S111'1l1'1', .xllllil 511rz111l1l1', ll1ll'I'j' ST11ig1'Y', li111'l 511111113 l.11l111111 'l'11t1', l,111'1-111- 'I1l'lllIlIQ', SI1iI'll'f' 'l'l11111111s, lJ2lX'i1l PIIIIA xlllllx . I 1 Ulllll NY111'l1t1'1'. Y1rg1111.1 XY11rr1'11. blilllt' XY1'1k1'1't. lQ11l1111'1 XX'itl11Jrm1'. lJ1ll'1h XX 1111-1', lxltlflll XY1'1l1'1', 3111111111 XX1'11t1, 1513111 W. " d,f::1,,wI ,ZMJ !Q24.W! Jgfffmfaiwv I jean, a,Z72fvZfJ7z ACTIVITIES I A8 GETTYSBURG HIGH l'.llWIN l,oN4:.xxl4:cm-zu, l"l.l"l'liS 'IRURIIGUNICS L'UlQXIC'I'S :mol KAZLITX figilfgl' Q.ZilI'l'y lfrcrl ll:l'l'IllIl luvu- Klussc-I1n:m Nlcllzlrrl ltvcrswlc -luck lirczlm 1 . , 110171111 Kellcl' lj ,-14 - 'I -- . MASS Islml OYIW' Xxfngilli ,ulhvr lxvc-rly llzlrulril llz11't'L-luspcrgcr John l,-1.5. I1lil,I, inane k","1'1fQL'fiKZf mum- Hull , sc: ,cus ., umm M111l-f V 'Kd H-'P Nluun XX Fllxlll wmv I W.lltm,l. 4 UI .1 JR Ml .XR IJ livrklcx' Nilllgll' Xllllil Mau' Hlgllillll U-'UNI 'UN I-5 XX llhzun f,l'IIQ'l' lligm Shud' 'luck Miller . -Iuycc SZLINICTS I4-M1114-11p SIMM-114-r l'Iu-has I,l'Illllllg'l0Il Sum Scott R1-gillzn Kam-. ,loam lla-ngry. llolmxw l"1'vw, .Xmm rliilllgllilllillllffh IM-Ion-s Row. ll1':1civ XX'iHi:1n1s, lic-tty Miller, I1:n1'lv:u':1 S 1 ll l'ff1'l,x' DRUM lwzmln-1'. 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X Zllllllk' lhvclvy, XZIIICX lcctur, Uurrwthy XX vin-l, Ilurls Xllllvr. fwlfla' fM'l'X"li 1 Xiu DRUM MAJORETTE CLUB l'frwI lim: .Imvv IJ. S:nIl1I4'1x,S:lI':l S1-UH, .Imam Hx-mgvy, In-lnrvs Iinsv, Kirzurv INiIIi:im5. Annu Mm'l'li-:uf 4SuIv III-zull, Ihurix II:nlln IAN!! II:-mlb, I!:n'Im:ul':i SIM-:ilvl IIINHII. Iivlly Milk-I' lSl1Ib I4IL':uIb, filnrizl Iii4'sm'Iu'i'. Ih-Irina: Kzulw, Hwvlin Iir1':im 1.1 Inllyhllllmnllylx. Sf,-mul lfffu- .lmm Snmh-ix, MurilyuSs'Ilx':i1wim-sm'l', Iflvs-lyn Nvinmn, I'IiIv1'n Liglilm-r. ICN-Iyn Mn-Ilannm-ll, Ihvrulliy l'4-um IH-uwly Mu-I--, Shi-iI.1 Mmmlmn, Iimwmu lmylmif, Dian Shutf, fIl'1lIlll1'II4'SlNPIlSt'II1'I'. 'I'lffr1l lion' Ilvurulliy M4-illnmzhlin. I':utr'i4'in 111-ininli, Vunniv 'IIIIUIIIIISIYIL I"rum'v:-1 ,I4mvs. Ilnlurm-s I,ivinp:slmi, Shirlvy Wash , mylun, Nurmzn Huh-R, lim-willy Sauule-rs, Kuthryn I Iunk, Iim'Imr:n Smllor. Iln!m'n-s I"x1-w. lffmrllf Iluu' Shirlvp Iffxisyllu-, I'utVis'in Folrlsniitli, I':itrim'i:u l':xV1::1s, IJnx'uthy Mvllzmlivll, l'uruIx'n I,i1lI4-, I!:iv'Imr:n Wm-ix hun If in Iluuiisill l'InlIis Iiitfwn guru: 4'Iuri1 I att I'i11i4ii Iliggx il 'VIl I1mLmuIiml Di sim .lz . '. 1 -N .1 . 1-': "':.. '. , fz rv' '. LIBRARY CLUB I-nm! Ihm Mum Ymuiyf, Iinrulhy M:-lilmlghlin, Murilyn S4'Iil':itwivsvl', Dian Shuif, Iinris Ilnun. Sha-ilu Maimilmn, Ilum linsi-iiIwV1'v, I7:n'I:-rw Kimi-, Auiian Inwkip, Ifliln-vu I,i1:Iilm-r. I':l! lI:ll'g:is, I':it l'nI1IsniilIi. N11-mul Ifuw. Nzmvy I.igh1vr. llurif VViIIu-rnw, Shirlvy Wushinglun, Sailulru VVUIIT, I':im I,llIZl!l0y, Ii:il'Iml':i Rllmmvl, Hclvn . Svhultz, Himgm' H1-:ivm-r, I-:u'Iv:ii'u Snell:-l', Shirlc-3' Ilulmhs. 'I'l:rr:l Ifnw' Vivui Mamnl, I'1-guy Nm'm:nn, I"i'ulim-s .Irma-s, Ihvlnnn-s I.ivim:s1un, .lzwkiv Rvntzm-I, Viixziniu VVzic'Iil4-V, I":i5'n ullv, .Izivkiv I,:u'mn-r, I-Ilim' Sn'h:n'l', Duruthy VVn-tzvl. I'w1rIh lffrfr' Muriam Siu-urx, Iiotty Univ, Mary Musnn. Annu Mm- Iiigimm, .Iunv W':il'n-n, Doris i':il'M-V, Hx-nl'in'lt:i I"iI my:-r, H4-Hv Svliwzlrtz, Ilorix Ilvvlwrt, .Iuyvv Yinyzlimx. Yu! my ,ffrrurf Sululrn Xsimus, lliaim- lluinl, .In Ann l'uIx'L-r, Runiunn IlnylmII', Virginin Ifnx. Shir-Icy llilln-rt. I'u1 Gimw lmu 4 lv 'VI mln II 'VI x Inman lomm M ' x I I luinm Nh im I Iv in -, . nr-': uv. . my .: ' - , . 1 f axrtin. In-gzgrj in-1-1, . : - .' 1-' zu 1, 'vue' Smith. Mzirinn 'I'rimnwi'. fwlm' ffvr!i'.x'l'1 RED CROSS COUNCIL lflfzvl lx'fm': Nlrf. lhmuig -llkxllll kiiilvcr lsccl'cta1'yl, f2lllR'l'lI1t' Rulirlnziugli lIl'k'1lsllI'k'l'l. l.w1mi1-Svliiilin lprwi- 'lull 1, llzlrlvzlrzl 5ux'isl1L'r lviw pnwirlclitl, l,cruy Sllimllcclcvkciy llmmlfl fiurclrm, Perry Stzuilllcr, Klux. XYislL'r. U i 7 .3i'L'1VHIl' lx'fI':i': l.uu .Xim lllll2lllt'j'. .lumix llzwilnxii. lictty Liulc, lfillic H110 Sl1k'11l4,'l',,ll'Zlll llznrtm-ll, lwtty 'lirn-Nslcr, mlyigl XY2il'I't'l1, lbin-is lk-ckcrt. lluriw Kim, Mary l.uu Rummcl, iiurzilccii licrrzilfl. iliflird lx'.fq,'g ,luycc Szuiclcrs, Cnrnlc lluycr. Shirley lflifkillgcr. lum' Pctura, Opal Xlvyzlttu. l.ui1-im lille. llzlr- lurzl li2ll'llL'S, l5zu'l1:u':1 XYill1c1'mx'. Iluris Klillcr. .lvzm lluclisill. Xml nfl fv1'ul11rf,' lluiiricltzx l:llilIlQL'l'. STUDENT COUNCIL lf1'r.vf lx'n'zu: lilurizn llicwclwr, liZll'll2lI'2l licttcrm:m. Louise IDL-Hzizu. Kiclizml fluiec lvicu IDI'C5lLlL'1lll. jczm Xluiultzlin 1suCl'vt.51ryJ, ,lzmct Kluawlniaii ltruzisiircrl. llzirulrl llallcllspcrglcl' llH'k'SlllL'llll. 'liliunrlmx' llzly, llvslurix Nluiylcr, Liarulyn lfisvul. .S'n'm1f1' lx'u':v.' Miss Xlclllicmiy. Susan Liglitcr. llcluu Scliwznrtz, llnlulwa XYiiu-iiizui. A-Xlicu ilmsluin, Ruth Hurt ull, Ncllis l.2ll'SUl1, jzuncs Huak, lfrccl Herring, .Xlicc Mcllzmncll. Mr. 'l'mxull. Tlzird lx'fm': Vicki Slaust, Peggy Xnrmail. Phyllis RalTcl1spcx'gc1', Samlrzi .XSlIllllS, lilizzilmctli XY1-lls, .Xml wtcllliaiiggli. Siizzuuic Zicglcr. Kzltllcriilv ki4llL'lIl2lll, Robert Hixun, fiuurgc P4-1111, ,Yvl .nz p1'rlr1r'n.' 'luck 'l'l1i'1iQl1. Put Klmcr, blulimiy llllfllty. fmlm' l.lll',vV".X'4'i'l'll FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA l"fr.vI li'un-5 Mr,.llenrge Glenn' lzulviserl, Louis llarnl, Dale llully, Herbert VVL-tzel. liielialrfl Vlnrk. Vietnr lie lrepnrterl .lumen llHl'llllD lpresulenll, lilly Weam-r lSL'Cl'L'l.1ll'Yl, kenneth Wllll2lmS lvlee presimlentl, .lay l'r0uSe ttre:isurel'I. VV:lyne Syn-nee Lsenliuell, Loring Shultz. William Orner, .lue Crzibill, llnnulnl Stultz, Mr. Elmer Sehriver lzulriserl. Sw-mul lion-.' ltnherl Hellin, Eugene Metllzillizhlin, George Carey, Richard Miller. Albert Shultz, .luhn Clanszulmlle. William Smith, llulph l'l:m:4a1lmlle. Joe Miller, l'Iclwzlr4l Null, liif'l1ziril l"lIc'kilnzer. Dunnlwl Dillon, l':irl Keller. Vi'illizim MeKenris'k, Pnlll i'lupHn1l4lle, lfny Wentherly. Tlnirrl Ifmr: liiehnrll Kemper, lrzurry Cool, lvnrs Velilre, Rl4'l'l2ll'll llrnwn, Lowell l'c-pple, Vinrenl lie. Kenneth l.ipzbtm'r. ': 1 a l ull 'l'ml1ler4, lnbriel Amlrnseku, l':xlll Staley, Kenneth Sterner, Richnrll Shcnler, Wulter llunk. Dunne Hall, Albert Uullisun. Ifwmrtlf l.'uw: William liurlisill, Thomas Culp, Gem-ge Staley. Glenn Z1-nn, Glenn Rixzszwll. Jvhn Hertz, Ernst Sc'l11'wmfel1l. John Sunslers. .Ine Arentz, Juhn liullnuznrllner, Donnlcl Dentler, Wilbur Dzinner, .lay MeDnnnell, l"re1l Fissel, John Cnlvnmn. I'r!Il: Imnx' ltllgene Ars-nclt, Cleusun Hockey, lunrl Lnrter, Mul1l'lc'e Lllckenlmullgrli, Leu bunclers, in-ur e lxennell. Roy Helnh H' 'celln:un, Allen l'lunlx, Hnrulll l'l:lnk, .lnhn lirennnn, lfrell Lnnilis, Robert Whitecl, Rifhzlrll Reelly, liiehziril Rely, Ralph Thonip- rzun, Arthur lim-hler, Jzunes Wherley. Xu! on yriv-lure: Rnimzer liuehler, George Seifert. JUNIOR HISTORIANS l"r'rsI Noun' Mr. Shi-:ills lmlxiserr, .lnnies Hunk, lJux'i4l Swnpe ltrensurerl, NVillium VVillinms lvire presinlenll, .lnnet Mus- wlmnn fpresielentl, Ninn Sites lseereluryl, Jack llrenni, Francis Washington, Genevieve Wetzel. Svefnlvl lfnmx' Phyllis 'l'res:-ler. llinne lluirli. Viviun Dellinger. Doris I'Iberl1ul't, Annu Mane lliprhaim, Estelle Culvuril, lletly iflnrk, June Sinizley. Hnlith livnwl. Third lfulr: Stanley Altlunrl, .loe Norman, .lack Miller, Fred Oyler, Mervin Weikert, Dolores Winenmn. Rolnnil Sterner, Iohn Little. I"our1I: lfuw: Norris Minter, Robert Signur, Stuart Mm'Phersnn, Albert Mumper. Ilerkley Nuuzle, Russell Nurgnn, liill Morning, Herbert lfetter, .luhn llnsehore, Jay Hurtmzin. lfiflh linux' Ceeil MC'fil5I'hlll'k, lfreil Herring, Riehurii Hurriel, Clyde Ulevelunzl, Robert Fox, Rirhzirll Huy, .lnek Auirusiine. llulnnll tluise, William l'ml4n'i. .luhn liberhurt. Nui on pfriurff llirlinrml Arnnll, ,lurk linrlleti. lietly Ann Weikerl, 'lI,1l4' l'nrlv-riyflll MAROON AND WHITE STAFF Fira! Row: Miss Mundis. Mary Larmer, Nancy Teeter, Barbara Ketterman, John Ayre, Robert Sanders, Richard Guise, .lean Mountain, Louise DeHaas, Vannie Diveley, Betty Shindledecker, Linda Wilson, Miss Ramer. Svfond Row: Fred Herring, Raymond Goodermuth, William Bucklew, Donna Hammers, Billie Paris. Freda Olson, Doris Miller, Dorothy Wetzel, Mervin Weikert. Ted Hay, Jean White, Jovce Yingling. Third Row: Bonnie Bryson, Nancy Sanders, Betty Cole, Patricia Bushey, Martha Heim, Ruth Ellen Hartzell. Nellie Lar- son, Suzanne Schmitt, Alice Coshun, Nancy Britcher, Edith Bushman. l"ourtI: Row: Dolores Frew, Mary Anne George, Suzanne Ziegler. Anne Fortenbauprh, Ginger Reaver, Jean Little, l'Ithel Sanders, Martha Cease, Barbara Hankey, Nancy Shields, Dorothy Fidler. Fifth Row: Rodney Felix, Phelps Pennington, Edwin Bachman, Curvin Krout, Alice McDannell, Katherine Coleman. Maureen Murray. Sara Scott, Helen Schwartz, Susan Lighter, Hilda VVeikert. Sylva Williams, Peggy Reed. .IOURNALISM CLUB First lion-: Miss Ramer, Robert Sanders, Linda Wilson, Freda Olson, Billie Paris, Jean Mountain, Doris Miller, Vannie lliveley, Louise DeHaas, Betty Shindledecker, Martha Heim, Patricia Bushey, Alice Qosliun. l N Sm-ond Ron-: Rodney Felix, Raymond Goodermuth, William Bucklew, Nancy Shields, Nancy Britcher, Betty Lfole, Nancy Sanders, Nellie Larson, Suzanne Schmitt, Ruth Ellen Hartzell, Creta Bliley- I Y . i , , , Third Row: Anne Wever, Barbara Hankey, Jean Little, Helen SchwartZ, Hllllil WGIKHVY, QYIVH Wllllilmst Anne 1'0l'l1'Il- haugh, Alice MeDannell, Kay Coleman, Maureen Murray, Mary Anne Georrze, Gill!-fel' Reflver. Marian Shears. PERRY H0liZW0l'ih- Fuzlrflz Rau-: James Coleman. John Hartley, Joyce Musselman, Sqzannc Miclglcy. JOHUPC Deaftlvrff. Elllabvih WCHS- YVUYIYN' Settle. Virginia Fox. Patricia Sehriver. JoAnn Sherman, Sandra Aslmus. 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Ibznrlvm- 'IRIWII-r. ,Iam-t fznrvy. .Yul ml fvirllzrwx I':1tsy Xfuwr, -Iam-I Smith lsccxw- XIII ml fw'4'l1m'.' Xlznry K'I:zps:uIrIIm-, Inryb. NNI' flIII'fII'1' SENIOR CHRISTMAS PARTY CHEAPER BY THE DCJZEN lfzom left Io rigflll: Mrs. liitzgeralrl-janet l.L-gore. Miss llrill--'Kay Coleman. lirnesiine--finenn llream. lfrank ,lack .Xugustint-, .Xnne--l.onise Schultz. Martha-Ginger Reaver, ,laekie-Liurvin lirout. Hill-Danny Roth. l.illian-V-l'hyllis Raffeiisperger, llanv-,lolmny Hartley. lfrefla-lloris XYitherow. Mrs. tiilhreath-lfleanor lYiekerli:un, Mr. flilhrt-ath4,laCk 'I'hrush, llr. llurton-l'erry Stauffer. ,loe 5k'1llL'S'-R2llllgt'I' lluehler, Larry-- llarolcl liziffeiisirerger. llacl is a terrific efficiency expert and it's his firm conviction that what works in the factory w.ll work in the home. Ile pushes ahead with hetter organization for his large ancl delightful family. To speed up the young' peoples education. llad buys language lesson reeorcls for them to play every morning in the hathroom. lie learns he has a hafl heart ancl is living on horrowecl time. 'l'hat's why he's cloing his hest to make his family efficient. He is to give a lecture in lfurope ancl he has a feeling he vvill not return. .Xnnt-, the eltlest daughter, is sure she'll he a permanent wall-flower. She rehels against lJatl's too olcl-fashionefl irleas on clothes anrl then she is asked for a clate hy one of her school acquaintances. The hoy of her ehoiee misunelerstancls her. lnaclvertently she endangers l7acl's whole program when she lays plans for the future. llacl finally realizes that Anne has hecome a young larly and con- sents to her having rlates at the same time, Anne realizes the seriousness of lJacl's heart trouhle 'I'heir unrlerstanrling is complete and as llacl leaves for liurope another family eouneil is eallecl to oI'fll'l'. llireetor Miss Betty liranmlon Sturlent Ilireetor ,lean Mountain jump jilflvv-four ARSENIC AND OLD LACE l"1'un1 left to right: Oihcer Klein-Jay Crouse, Jonathan Brewster-Jack Thrush, Officer Brophy-Richard liuise, Teddy Brewster-Harold Raffensperger, Officer O'Hara-Bob Sanders, Mortimer Brewster-Bill Singley. .Xbby Brewster-Barbara Ketterman, Martha Brewster-Dorothy VVetzel, Mr. Gibbs-Richard Clark, Reverend Dr. Harper-Vernon Kepner, Elaine Harper-Doris Hann, Mr. Witherspoon-John Ayre, Lieutenant Rooney- ,lack Augustine, Dr. Einstein-Jack Bartlett. The comedy tells the story of Abby and Martha Brewster, undoubtedly the two nicest little old ladies anybody could hope to meet. The old house in Brooklyn is the center of a constant stream of good deeds by the two sisters, for all good deeds except one, that is. lt seems that Abby and Martha have one rather bad habit-one secret vice in lives which are otherwise blameless. They murder men. They feel they are doing homeless old men favors by bringing them peace and happiness. It is Mortimer, their nephew, who uncovers his aunts' secret profession. Mortimer's brother, Teddy, thinks he's really Theodore Roosevelt. jonathan, another brother, who insists that he isn't really Boris Karloff, and a curious individual named Doctor Einstein, who is a plastic surgeon also take part in the mad antics. A great social problem was solved when the two sisters refused to leave Teddy and thus were taken to the sanitarium with him. Director .................. .. Miss Betty Brandoz. Student Director . . Doris Miller P1190 Ffh'-fifw' SENIOR SENTIMENTS JANET I.:-:GORE-"janet" hopes to engage in secretarial work after graduation. Girls smoking and socks with play-shoes cause Janet to remark, "Oh! Crumb!" but football, shorthand class, and movies easily make her smile. NANCY LIGHTER-"Nance," who plans to enter college, holds her entire senior year in special remem- brance. "Gee whiz," but locker doors that stick make Nance angry, while sauerkraut and pork never cease to please her. PAT LIGHTNER-"Pat" expects to undertake secretarial work after graduation. "That's all right," says Pat. Speeches and homework grieve her, but give her dancing at Vi'oodlawn with that certain fellow, sports, and hamburgers, and see how cheerful she is. REGINA LOBINGIER-Sometime in the future "Regina" hopes to be a practical nurse. !'My lands!" she despises discourteous people. Sleeping, li'stening to the radio, or eating apple pie a la mode can make her smile. ROSE LUCKENBAUGH-"Rose," who is planning to become a typist, loathes conceited lower classmen. Candy, cokes, chocolate cake, and a cozy bed please Rose who exclaims "Aw nuts, gee whiz!" ANNA MCCLEAF-"Anna" hopes to secure -a position as typist with the Civil Service. She'll never forget the day she was chosen to be a majorctte. "Lo and behold !" short dresses and heels with socks peeve Anne, but she goes wild over the song "Black Magic." and hamburgers with plenty of catsup. EUGENE McGLAUGHLIN-This future farmer exclaims "Holy cow!" in remembrance of his book- keeping class. English gets "Gene" down, but sports and girls can easily turn misery into happiness. HELEN MARTIN-A future phys. ed. teacher. she likes Mother Nature and sports. "If you say so," says Helen to avoid an argument. She'll always re- member the first Gettysburg-Delone game she attended. BETTY MILLER-"My heavens," declares "Bettie" when she recalls the incident with a book. This dark- eyed lass adores fried chicken, banana splits and a dark, wavy-haired fellow f? P Fl, while she cold shoulders conceited girls and stuck up people. DAVID MILLER-This future mechanic has no love for women who smoke and drink, but thinks a certain junior and his freshman year are pretty nice. "Ye Gads!" says this "fellow with the crew cut." DORIS MII.I.ER4-"Mil" just can't see eye to eye with people who leave chewing gum in water fountains. Her senior year, eating, music, plays. and sports agree with this future "lady in white" who says "Gee whiz." RICHARD MILLER-Although "Scrap-Iron" hasn't any future plans, he goes all out for nice girls 1-l9'er?3 and plenty to eat. This jolly lad predicts that loud mouth girls are "cruising for a bruising." Will he ever forget going to the otiice? Not on your life! GERALDINE MORITZ-Potato salad and fried chicken rate first on "jerry's" list while crew cuts. conceited people, and high-schoolers who smoke and drink rate low. "Oh, for Pete's sake !" exclaims this gal whose junior year was outstanding. DORIS MOSER-"Dorie" enjoys dancing with a certain fellow to soft music, sports, and cheeseburgers. About loud inouthed folks, themes, and stuck up peo- ple, she declares "Gee whiz!" She plans to enter the Army Nursing Corps eventually. That spring dance her junior year was divine. JEAN MOUNTAIN-VVooster College calls "Jeanie," who is disgusted because there is no place to swim in winter. "No kiddin?" asks our Maroon and White editor and partisan of water sports, sleep, and summers outdoors. XN'hat an outstanding senior year! MONNA NIUMPER-"Scofie" plans to enroll at York General Hospital. This tall, slim lass agrees page fifty-six that it's a "Good Deal!" when it comes to jazz music or sports. Could she "bash" narrow minded people! BARBARA MYERS-"Listen, kid!" greets "Barb," whose future lies in the I..I.F.E. Bible College, Los Angeles. Tomatoes, traveling, and sports arouse this blonde's interest. Snobbish classmates and anklets with play shoes are not hits with this gal who was pleased with becoming a senior. BETTY ANN MYERS-"Betty Ann" gives out with "Holy Cow!" whenever she sees anklets worn with heels. This future woman in white. content with ham sandwiches and playing softball, will never forget her second year of Latin. FREDA OLSEN-This blonde shudders at high heels and bobby socks. "Freda" exclaims "Gee! Golly I" over chopped steak sandwiches with French fries and light-haired football players. Her first varsity game as cheerleader thrilled this future hairdresser. BILLIE PARIS-"Billie" sighs "Oh, crum!" when she visions blue and green combinations and stuck up people. This future "Florence Nightingale" thinks mov- ies and fried chicken are out of this world. HAROLD RAFFENSPERGER-"Rat'fy" really is peeved with girls who smoke and anyone who fails to cooperate. This lover of week ends. travel, algebra and eating, yells Ujumpin' Caesars!" when he thinks of that memorable First day in G.H.S. The crystal ball destines "Ratfy" to be a college man. VICTOR RE-This Navy man holds a grudge against English but has a great interest in football. "Vic" will recall that certain day he was absent from school when he's old and gray. JACQUELINE RENTZEI.-To settle down or join the Marines is the question facing "jackie," wI1o'll never erase from mind her freshman year. She utters "Holy Hannibal!" over people who bite their nails. conceited people, and bubble gum. Shrimp, spaghetti. and green convertibles click with this lass. DELROY RINEHART-This senior "sure" does go in for ice cream, sports, and movies. This quiet lad hasn't decided yet as to what his future plans will be. School just doesn't agree with "Delroy" anti vice versa. CATHERINE ROHRBAUGH -"Holy Cow!" ejaculates "Cathy,' over high heels with socks. Eating hamburgers at XVoodlawn. dancing, and all kinds of sports interest this future Phys. Ed. teacher. Her big- gest delight was being top magazine salesman. ANNA BELLE SADLER--"Annie" dislikes con- ceited boys but raves about fried chicken, lemon pie, blue eyes with black wavy hair, and her senior year. "You don't know, do you ?" says this future homemaker. JANE SANDERS-Just give "Duchess" a piano, French fries and fried chicken and she'll be satisfiel. This dimpled lass hopes to be a musician. Big wheels and conceited people don't rate with her. "Gee whiz, kid!" but she'll not forget the games and dances. PATRICIA SANDERS-"Patti," who hopes to enter Gettysburg College, asks "Check that, will you?" about conceited people and play shoes with socks. She craves lots of music, cocoanut pie, and a private swim- ming pool with all accessories t ? ? U. She remembers fondly a basketball game her freshman year. 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Stanley Altland. john liherhart, William l-leyser, john Little, Francis XYashington. Tllird Irwin' john lleegle, Richard Dayhofif, Rieharfl Carter, llill lincklew, llill Knox. inond Goodermuth, Richard Clark, Marlin Fiscel, VVayne Tonsel. Vl'ayne Spence, Ray- lfnurtlz Row: NYatson XYood, john Carter, Richard Ray, james Skinner. Ronald Miller. llill DeHaas. Randall llill, james Hall. lfifflz Row: Dick Guise, manager: Ross Sachs, assistant coach: Howard Shoemaker. he and Dewey Collins. assistant managers. VARSITY RESULTS ad coachl Jack llreain lf-burgf Opp Sept. li XYestminster QAHOMIQJ , I3 o Sept. 22 Delone 1HOMlE5 , l2 O Sept. 29 Carlisle lHfJA'llfil , 0 l3 Oct. 6 Hanover MXXYAYJ ,,,,, ,, 0 l3 Uct. l3 NYayneshoro QHOMICH ,, , 26 2 Oct. Zl Sliippenshurg QQXXY.-XYJ ,,,, . I8 2 Oct. 27 Chamhershurg lldflxllfij 6 ZZ Nov, 3 Hershey QAXYAYRJ 7 ,, 6 6 Nov. IO Mechanicshurg 4.-XXY.-XYJ ,, , 0 20 Total l'oinls R5 mug LETTERMEN SICNIORS Crouse, jay Small, XYilhnr Miller, Richard Sanders, Rohert Hotifman, Dale Davis, lfngene Unise. Dick linanagerl SlIlglC'5',XYllll1llll .lUNlORS .Xltland, Stanley Staley, l'anl llarriel. Richard Cleveland, Clyde lfherhart, john Bucklew, llill Swope, Dave lleyser, XYilliam XYilliams, Hill SOPHOMORICS Carter, Richard Miller, Rohert Skinner, .Iames COJXCl'llfS: lloward Shoemaker and Ross Sachs funn' .vi.i'l.v-ful 1, VARSITY BASKETBALL .. , ,. . ,. l'11'.vl lm-zu: Iml lwarrl, lull Xxllllllllx, Guy Crist. Carl Saumlcrs, Ricluarfl Harricl, Dave Swupc, ,lack Urczun, lX.lVlllllllll li1111rlcl'l1lutl1. Sl1'l'UIllllX'1P'Ix'f -lurk .Mlglxsllllc lIllZlll2l1lL'l'4. llill lhuvklcw. llill lluyscr. lvnrs Yclrlrv, Cccil NlcL'111'mivk, .lim glillllll'l', 'Im' ,l1L'lll11lk', R11lwrt Fox ll!l?ill2l2'Cl'l. x. lim' lim. Hill' . ll Ynrk 1ll1 15 lim-cl l.i1m 1ll1 ll? llvlum- 1 ll 1 ,, ll Ynrli 1.11 , .ZW .Xlllllllll 1 ll 1 5 Vnrlislc 1,X1 A 'I SllllJl1k'llSl1llI'Q' 1ll1 I2 Xlzlyuwslmfurrm 1qX 1 111 llc-rsllvy 1.'XY1 ll' f1ll1lIllllCI'Sl1llI'g 1 ll 23 llzulawa-r 1 ll1 ,5.1'llI'0l'.x' tiny l'ris1 f4llZlI'lt'S lfnrfl 1Il1m. L'2L1Jt.1 .luck .'XllgllStll1l' 1 Nl:umgcr1 vi.rly-twn RESULTS Cf-furry Off. CI-lvurg Off. 23 42 26 Mccllzulicslmurg 1 .X 1 311 54 41 29 30 Delfme 1.'X1 , 35 -ll 30 27 lfc-lm. Carlisle 1 H 1 38 35 27 42 Sl1ll1lX'IlSlJllI'Q' 1 ,-X 1 46 44 Z8 Sl XN'zly11csl1uro 1 l l 1 53 37 33 40 I3 ll Qrslwy 1 ll 1 33 45 45 34 l6 L'l1uml1vrsl1urg 1 .-X 1 28 115 36 43 20 llzlmwcr 1 A 1 4l 42 34 37 23 Al0Cl1lllllC5l1llI'g 1 ll 1 55 42 28 118 -4 4+ - 211 33 'l'CYl'.'Xl.S 721 S31 12mm-s XVox1, 7: Gaines Lost, I3 LETTERMEN .I IHll'0I'.1' Snfvllnlllurl' 'luck l4I'02lllI hlzuncs Skinm-r Riclmrcl llzmrriel Ck-cil Mcifurlnick KOACHZ Curl Saunders llzlvicl Swope NYllli:1m XYilli:uns George Forncy JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL ec. Il I 111 lwrsf linux' Dewey Collins, Clyde Cleveland, Skip Fiscel, BIII DeHaas, George Bender, Ronnie Miller. S'm'm1fr' Rfm: Jack JXLIQUSLIIIC ImanagcrI, Earl Carter, Richarcl Davlmff, RicI1arcI Carter. jolm Carter. RIIII- nrt Hixmw, hlulm IIeegIc. NYiIIiam Decker IvIII2II13Q'L'I'I. I5 Red Linn IHI IU Ilclone III I 21 York I,-X I I 7 U SIIIIIIJEIISIIIIYQ IH I2 IVz1ynesImorrI IA I III Hershey I .AX I III L.IIZl1IlIIt'!'SIlLlI'g II 23 Ilzmlwcr IHI , , ,, ZII NIC'L'II2lIIIL'SIJIII'g I.XI York III I , . L, nrllslc I .XI , JI 37 25 25 33 5 4 Ss 3: 38 .III 34 I mines RESULTS If-lvzcrgf Off. IIS .IO IU If:-II. 2 IS II 35 9 I5 I3 29 I6 I8 20 I3 23 IS I7 I7 XYIIII. II 3 Ilzum-s I VOA lC'll: Ross Sachs If-1111131 Off IJeInne IQXI , 32 Carlisle I III , 35 Shippenslmurg IQXI 51 XYay11esImoru IIII SS Hershey IIII 27 CITHITTIJCTSIJIIFQ' I.-XI 28 Hanover I.-XI , Z9 Meclmnicslmurg I I'I I 52 'I'C'I'I'.VXI.S 079 mst, H P41114 36 33 26 22 .23 :S 28 2-I 500 ' I'll'fI"I,II'1' ,'mL., 1950 BASEBALL . MIL L X.. l'1r.vl Mm' ln-ft to right: Skip lfisccl, l.loyd Myers. RiCI1arcl.lXliller. Ralph Spence, Robert Sachs, llonalm Wm-ikcrl. .5.4'1'1UlIl lx'n-rv: llzlrold Clcvclaml, lYL0lll1L'll1 llupp. Cllcstcr Cornwell, Charles Ford, XVilliam Singlcy, NYilliam llucllcr. john l':lll'I'll2il'l ilnallagcrl. Vlllllvflf lx'4m'.' GL-orgc licnncll tmanagcrl, jay Sixcas. Gcorgc Bender, Hill Heyser. Gerald Keller. Robert Hixon Ifill Signor, Luo Kuhn tnuumgcrl. furyn' .v1'.1'Iv-in RESULTS G-bury Off. April 21 Shippenslmurg 4 3 25 llzmover , l 5 28 CllZlIllllCI'SlJllI'g 2 8 Nlily 9 l'l2l.llUVCI' , . 8 4 I6 llvlonc l 2 Tl Yl'.'Xl.S I6 22 LETTERMEN ,Xll'IllUI'A' .lmziorx llllCllCI', C. l-Z-3-4 liupp, l. f. , 3 l'oruwcll, p. -l Cleveland, llm. , 3 Snclms, c. If 4 Ford, Zh., r, f. , 3 Spa-ucv, r. f. 4 Bingley, ss. 2-3 Kuhn inmnagcrj -l Xlbilwrt, 3lr. 4 -5l0f'1l0"""'f' Signor. Zh. , 2 CU. lC'll: Howard Sll0l'I11Zllif'I' 1950 TRACK ix.-L' X mi ...e 'Sw' Firxl Row, lett to right: Richard Flickinger, Charles Caskey, XVayne Tonsel, Ronald Guise, jay Crouse, Roy XYeaner, Paul 'l'oddes, Dick Armistead. Richard Clark. .Sbroxzzl lfoizv: lidwin llaclnnan Kinanagerl, Jini Skinner, Clyde Cleveland. Bill NVilliams, Xvlllllfll' Shriver. Rohert Sanders, Dick Harriel, XYilhur Danner, Franklin Groening, Carl Saunders, Nlartin Myers. Paul Staley, Loring Shultz, Charles Moritz lmanagerl. Tlrird Ro-zu: Marlin Kessel, Dick Arndt, Harold Ralifensperger. Fred Schutt, Jerry Peters, john Carter, Rich' ard Carter, jack Thrush, John Heegle. Harold Yingling, VValter Plank, Randall Hill, Leo Staiger. Fozlrflz Row: james Hoak, Kenneth Schultz, Francis XYashington, Richard Dayholif, Ronald Miller, Charles Sanders, Robert Hefiin, Robert Miller, XYatson NVood. TRACK AND FIELD RECORD G-bury Opp. .Xpril 18 Cl1Z1lllDCI'SlJ1lI'g QHOMICJ , ,,,, ,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,, , , ,,,,,, 54 lf2 69 l,f2 22 Shippenshurg State Teachers College Invitation Meet QAXYAYJ Carlisle , , , W H , ,,,,.,,,.t,, , ., 70 5X6 Hanover ,,,,,,,,,, 28 First Five Teams Chamherslmrg 24 U3 Steelton ,,,,,,,,,,, 23 H3 Ciettyslmurg ,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,, ., ,,,, l 3 May 5 Hanover LAXYAYJ ,,.,.,,,,,,7,,,,,77t.i , 63 2X3 54 H3 l2 Conference Meet l H.fXNOYlCRJ ' ' sl fkarhsle , , , , 1 First Three 'lfeams 4 Chainherslmurg CCC, 44 l Gettysburg ,,,,,e,,e , , , ,,,,,,, H 30 LETTERMEN -SAUIIIUOI'-V fzm1'0r.v Caskey, Charles , 4 Armistead, Richard 3 Crouse, Ross 7 ,t,,,,C,t 4 Danner, VVillJur .. 3 Kessel, Marlin 4 Sanders, Rohert ,,,, 3 Myers, Martin 3-4 Shriver, Wvihner 3-4 w Sites, hlohn , ,,,, 4 -S0f'h0'7l0"f'-V Moritz, Charles 4 Toddes, 'Paul l-2 linanagerl XVilliams, Dill , 2 C'O:lC'Hlf.S': George Forney, Fred Haehnlen funn' .vi.rty-fire' JUNICR HIGH FOOTBALL l"ir.vl lffrw: lfrul lfnrncy, Hill VN'oocls, Harold Mclilroy, James Cool, Joe Fox, Carl XYestcrdal1l, Donald little llnrrcll llnrlqlioll, XYaltcr Rc-ntzcl, ,Iolni Hartley tmanngcrl. .S'm'wul li'u-ru: Rolwrt Nlintcr LIIIHIIHHQFJ. john Hertz, Holm Rolirbaugli, George IR-nn, Kenneth Sliindlcxlulnr Rogvr Cromc. Merle Gornmzm. Marlin Kronsliour, Terry Culp, Joe Bnshey, Maurice l.llCliClll3Zll!gll. Ray Creagtr 'l'l1ird li'fm': Paul livzins, Terry Gooclcrmutlm. Paul Kctterman. jim Paris, Ronalrl XYilli:uns. Peter llanglnnan ,luck Knox, -Izzy Sclnnitt, Stanton Klnsscr. llonzllrl Cook. Xu! ou l'1'rl1m': -lolin .'XllZCllf.l'l'lllWCI'. RESULTS 4 lvl. 5 llclonn' ll Boiling Springs ll! I lerslley 26 Iiiglervillc Nov. 2 Hanover .'XllZt'lIgfllll0I', ,Itlllll llzniglnnzm, IR-tvr Liooli, lloniiltl Vronsc, Roger Culp, 'lkrrry tlooclvrinntli, 'll-rrx' fmnw .v1.1'I,v--f'-1' U Xlilym-slvoro l7 Meclizuiicslmnrg Tl YF,-X I .S LETTERMEN liorman, Merle llzlrtley, john Kctternum, Paul Knox, Jack Klnsser, Stanton C'O.'lC'I'l: Roga- YS ff-luzrg Off. 6 l8 l8 .21 l4 0 32 fm 0 I3 fm 30 7 33 83 l2l Paris, .lim Penn. Gcorge Rolmrlmngli, Holm Schmitt, jay Sliincllccleckcr, Kvnnetli XYilli:nns, lqtilllllll JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL l"1'r.vl lfolzuz Richard Pennington, David Thomas, Ronald Scllriver, Philip I,l'lllllIlf.1'IOII, Roli Johnson Ifurncy. ,N'm'm1d lffrzv: John Hartley fnlanagerl, Edward XYarren, David Gifford, Ronnie Collins, Rohm-rt XXX-ikert Xlttlt Gorman, Clmrles Livingston, Raymond Creager, Carl XYesterdahl. 'llliim' lforvz Robert Rohrhaugh, Fred Baker, Stanton Xlusscr, Ronnie XYilli:uns, .lark Knox, IH-ter lltnglm I .lay Schmitt. Paul Ketterman, George Penn. Larry Crouse, Kenneth Smith. IJ RESULTS ee, l-I Hannah I'enn ,, G-Ivurg Off. 37 31 20 Hannah Penn 3-I jan. 5 Carlisle We , 3l I2 liiglerville , -I3 IU XVayneshoro 36 23 Hanover , 7 , 35 26 Mc-ehanicshurg -I9 Ifeh. 2 Carlisle , 38 0 Hanover , 30 0 Riglerville ,I 37 I6 NVayneshoro -ll 23 Mechanieshurg 30 'I'0'I'.-US 441 lizunes XYon, 8: Gaines Lost, IR-ter Ilauglnnan Ilillll Ketterman ,lay Sehtnitt LETTERMEN Robert Rohrhangh George Penn Ronald XVilliains Kenneth Smith CU. lC'll: Rogers I Ierr 58 27 27 III 45 28 .Sl .SU .ffm I5 36 370 -I Raymond Creager Ifred liaker Alohn Ilartley, Mana lNIy1t'.ff.tfx it Il GAA CABINET l"ir.x'f Rafe: Mnnna Minnper ISQL'l'L'tZ1I'j'I. I.incIa VYiIsnn ftreasnrerh. Pat I.igIitner Iviee preaimlentb. Iilezmnr NYICIQCYIIZIIII Ipresidentb, Mrs. Reinliart Izulviserb. .Srrnzld li'n'rv: Patty SZIIIIIGFS. Iiarlmrzl Myers. Doris Hzmn, Peggy Iiimiel. Ilnris Mmer. GIRLS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION ACTIVITIES Iiueli spring members nl' the Girls' .Xthletie .-Xssncizltinii :ire given nwzircls, which :ire Ixziser nn nnmlmer nf points each member has zlecnnmlated by pzirticipzitinii in the vzlrinns sports. XYIICII 1 virl has :acquired fnriy-five points, she receives zi minor Il 1 sixty-five points, zi class numeral: zlnrl ci x tive points Il nmjur 41. IIUIIIIIQLT. Q zlrnlim Ilraclizi, june Hutt, Nancy Ifrzmcm, Miriznn Lewis, .-XrIene Ifiscel, Carrmlyii Ijglitner. Putty Xlmzer, Iloris Blmnper, Mnnnzi GAA AWARDS-MAY, 1950 KIAIOR G Iienrge, Nickey IIz1eImIen, Jeanie 'SO NL'MICRrXI.5 Melienney, FIZIIICT NIiIII1imes, I'nnIine '51 NUM ICR.-XLS XYiI5un, Linclzi MINOR li Myers, IS21I'IJ2lI'2l Snmlers, I':itly IIIQUYIICX, Patsy XYieI4erIiznn, ISICZIIIUI' Iilinefelter, Iinrntln Martin, ,Inyee Klnssehnzm, Marion I'ziImer, Roxey Snider. .Xnnu XX ilson, I.mrIzx Iirezim, iiwenn Ilelm, NI1lI'III1l I.zLrsun, Nellie flljlt' .wifi um 3 VH In l.HlIi5t' llvl Inns, lim-lly Sl1il1wll1-mlvclu-1', Ilvlmws Slll1yIL'I', l':ill't'll Vzxintvr, Uuris llzum. GAA UPPER CLASSES lrrvl lx'fv:.': .Xlmum NllllIlllk'l', Nzumq' In-ch-1', hlzuu-I L:n'vy, lim-ily .Xllllm-13 H:11'lm:u':1 5llL'lllL'l', .Xmm NIA lull, .Il'Jlllllk'llK' Spzllm-lla-13 Nm-gillzm Kam-, Dian Slllllwll. lS:u'l1:u':1Swislu-l'.li1':lcicXYilli:u11f, Xa-HR mu, Suxzmuv Sulnnitt, I,HlliM' Schultz, Iirlith Hn-:mI. I,Ikll'iL'i1l F-Juulvrs, Mn, Nk'iIlII1ll'l. 'ml Mrrwi l.imlz1 xx-iINUll,fLl1ll'ill liivwcckcr, IR-ggy -In Ilulw, Aluzm llxlrlzcll, Ruby K,l54lH Ilmnm lI.nmm-rf, Hzmrlmrzx IS:l'll0TIIl2lll, Llc-zum Mmlntzlin, Doris Milla-r, lluruthy XM-tzn-I, Yzmnic Din' l'!11'1'1l' lx'u'zv: Iiurif Klum-r, fxillllk'I'iIll' Rlllllqlilllgll, Ninn Silvs, KRXYCIIII lircunl, xllllff' S2lllilL'I'S, IDU- Ifnm XX mvmzm, l':ltrici:1 llllslmcy, Klnrtlm Hcim, Ruth Hzlrtzm-ll, Hn-tty RZIXITIUINI, l'cggy lfiscvl. lwfzwlfz lx'fm': lilkillllbl' XYiCkl'fl1Zllll, liurlmru Mycrs, Patsy 'l'z1wm-y, livclyll SU'l'llL'l', Inu .xllll Du lam-xg Munn-x'ivw XXX-tm-I, Alum- SIIINICYS, AIZINZIII Sha-:u's, Al2ll'g2ll'0l Ilnltzwfwllm. lim-ily Rusk-, Alllfillll Hllhlllll, Xllllff' Hllsllillllll, Duris lk-ckvrl, Hctty Hr:-nt. l':1t Lightm-r, f1ll1'.Y1'.'A'll ly GAA LOWER CLASSES .. , ,. .. . . l'n'.vf lyme: Mrs. lX9lllll2ll'f, l'.IlC't'll Lurley, Suzzaime l.l'XlZlll, xxllllil Mary lliehl, Nl1ll1I'Cl'll Alllffllj' .Xliee AlCl,2llllll'll, fxllllk' l"11rte11l1:111gl1, -Ioan Heugey. Sllfil Scott, .luyee li. SZlIltll'l'h. lit-tty M:1ri11g S1111-I1-y Siugli-y, 811111111 Alllllilllilll, Hzirlmru Neury, slwrm Yiugliiig, Milflilll 'llTll1l1lll'I'. Nzuify Smith. .Sit'4'Ullli l1'me: lD11r11tl1y S111itl1, Nf1r111z1Uz1tes, Sllllill Neury, liz1rl1z1rz1 Milne, Sl1irley lluhlms, llele11 Shultz, l'z1t Riggeal, A111121 KlCl7ZlllIlCll, 'Ioyce iXlllSSt'lIllZlll, Ruth wells, ,l11:111ne lJez1rclf1rll', Slllillllll' Mickley, Llll2lTlUft1,' Sponseller, 'lllilllllf' lylllllli, l311r11thy Staley, Doris Spcmseller. Yllllifd l1'o11': Ginger Reayer, lieverly Myers, Joyce Nett, .lune Szmclers, -lean l.ittle, 51152111 Ligh- ter, Hilclzl VXI-ikert, Sylvz1 XYilliz1111s, Helen Schwartz, livelyn iXlClJEll1ll6ll, Sylvia XYz1rre11, llurn Alill' SIlf'ilCT, Mary 1.1111 S2ll1llfl6I'S, l'lo1111ie lirysoii, Marie Miller, Faye Dolly. l'iUIll'ffI l1'm.': filtbfiil llz1r11er, .lzmet Keefer, C2lI'lJlj'll Sehriver, Sllllilfil .'Xsi11111s, Shirley liilhert, l4z1rl1z1rz1XYeisl1z1z1r, lre11eJac11l1y. Shirley XYz1sl1i11glo11, Dolores l,iyi11g'st1111, lfrzinces DIUIICS, l,1llSj' Sentz, Xzmcy Shields, lJr1l111'es Frew, Mary Anne George, Suza11111e Ziegler, l3z1rl1z1rz1 Hzmkey, lllltfj' XYitl1er11w. l"1'ftl1 Raw: l,2lt Cr1lfls111itl1, l'z1tCz1rgz1s, Sally Oyler, jezm Ruclisill, 'loyce Topper, YYUIIIIL' Settle, X'irgi11iz1 Fox, lSz1rl1z1rz1 XYitl1erow, june Stultz, Sally Bc1w111a11, .loA1111e Culver, Murcia Hoy, Cherie Lott, .loA1111e Sl1l'I'lll2lH, Phyllis Raffensperger. .S'1'.1'1'lz Rafe: 'lzmice Myers, Barbara Sadler, janet Bride11cl0lph, Doris Bolen, Peggy Reecl, Shirley Alllllllllitll, Shirley lJ1111ki11so11, Betty .lo I-i1111, Mary StI'3.l1Sl7Z1l1gll, llorothv Sense, Riiith Sllllll, llnzel lQ11se11l1erry, l.r1is H:1rt111:111. fmyfi' .1'1":'1'l1ty-11111' SENIOR SENTIMENTS BETTY SCHWARTZ-According to this library fan, a good book just can't be beat. Betty is "sure" per- turbed by underclassmen who push you around. Pass- ing her first speed test in typing excited this girl with the curly locks, who remarks, "Holy Mud !" GERALDINE SCOTT-"Scottie" has no room for conceited people and underclassmen who act as though they're seniors. "Gee whiz!" says this dark lass, who goes for cherry pie, French fries, and baseball, when she recalls that first day as a freshman. First she plans to become a secretary, then a WAF. BARBARA SHEALER--"Tessie" will always cherish her moments as head majorette. A lover of southern fried chicken, this gal can be heard repeating "l.et's hustle !" VVith this future beautician, it's thumbs down for dissatisfied people. BETTY SHINDLEDECKER-Planning to enter the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing. she exclaims. "Oh, no!" as she recalls the G.A.A. initia- tion. "My Destiny." graham cracker pie and basketball games please Betty, but math makes her frown. GEORGE SIEFERT-This lad fondly remembers his second dance at G.H.S. "Georgie" quotes "What's this Stuck-ups displease him, but dancing is his first love. He hopes to work on submarines. JOYCE SHULTZ-"Sub" hopes to answer you when you pick up your telephone receiver. Stuck-up people vex her. but can she dream of fried chicken, ice cream, dark hair and eyes! "For Pete's sake!" She loves long assemblies and plays. DELORIS SHUYLER-"Annie" still remembers G.A.A. initiations. Our future "Woman Marine" likes shoestrings, chocolate milkshakes and a green eyefl blonde. This lass replies, "How about that?" to smart nnderclassmen and meek cheerers. WILLIAM SINGLEY-"Holy smoke! throw that load" says "Sing" He thought the Hanover game and his senior year were tops. This fellow loves sports and ham and egg sandwiches, but disapproves of girls who smoke and stuck-up people. His future is undecided. ELLEN SLONAKER-"M-ni-m, yes," she says to fried chicken. apple dumplings and baseball games. Seeing her first football game thrilled her. "Oh, no !" utters hurrying Ellen. to people stopping in front of her. Her hopes are set on being a "VVoman Marine." WILHUR SMALL-"Oh, yeah?" quotes "VVilb," who will probably be in the Navy soon. He likes his senior year best because he hopes to graduate then. Girls who smoke rate low with Wilbur, but he loves to cruise around with the gang. IRENE SMITH--She remembers Mr. Sperry in American history class. It's definitely NO to P.D. quizzes, and snobbish underclassmen. "Irene" beams at thoughts of roast chicken, French fries and Leroy. "You like that. huh?" exclaims a future housewife. JANET SMITH-This Florence Nightingale of the Future can never forget chemistry lab. periods. "Smitty" loves to argue and tease, so watch out! "Gee whiz!" she doesn't like stuck-up underclassmen. JOAN STERNER--"Joanie" disapproves of snobs and socks with playshoes, but O.K.'s chocolate malts. swimming and boys in general. This future nurse calls "Holy cow !" She will really miss those lab periods. DONALD STULTZ-A veterinarian school in Trenton calls to "Clem," He vividly remembers his first day at G.H.S. High-hat girls and big-wheel boys rate low. "How about that ?" he exclaims in approval of good food, pretty girls and snazzy cars. BARBARA SVVISHER-Our clown especially likes music, roller skating and Mixt Riddle. "Ain't got none," echoes from "Swish's" lips. This gal frowns on Ballerina shoes with anklets and hill-billy music. page .vcr 'Cnty-i100 PATSY TAVVNEY-"Jinnniny Christmas!" she loves softball, shoestrings and oysters! "Patsy" will remember knocking out Miss Adam's tooth with a badminton racket. She has trouble deciding whether to be a secretary or WAF. Showoffs and nosey people definitely displease her. NANCY TEETER-This lass points thumbs down on big wheels and conccited people. She shouts "Whoopee!" for swimming, traveling, steak and onions. "Nancy" hopes to teach school and study child psychology. She enjoyed the Broomstick Ball. JACK THRUSH-"Birdie," our actor. loved every minute in "Cheaper by the Dozen." College beckons him to come. He' denounces Democrats with a "Bah," but loves most good ol' vacation days. DARLENE TOPPER--"Darlene" approves of chocolate milkshakes and a fellow with a Dodge. "The heck, you say!" slips out often. She can't forget the good times in shorthand class. The crystal ball reveals a secretary to this girl who dislikes nosey neighbors. DORIS TRIMMER-This "I-low can you tell?" lass likes steaks and chocolate milkshakes, but abhors snobbish people. The senior prom will always stick in her memory. Future plans totter between bring a stenographer and a secretary. IVARS VELDRE--Tall, curly haired "Ivars." from Latvia, still remembers seeing his first football game. He likes good eats and basketball, but not so with girls who smoke. He can be recognized by "It is good, but could be better." His hopes are set on farming. ROY XVEANER. JR.-"Roy" dislikes to sec girls smoking and drinking. "l forgot" frustrates teachers of this "innocent" fellow who loves to drive a car or tractor. Farming calls to his future energies. MERVIN W'EIKER'I', JR.-I-le drives teachers mad with these three little words-"l don't know." Football, hunting and ice cream are tops with "Herve," who vctoes girls who smoke. DOROTHY NVETZEI.-This joyous gal might some day break her teeth on hard pretzels. She dis- tinctly rcmembers sliding under a desk in shorthand class. Quiet people and hill-billy music get under her skin. Dottie loves to jabber, "You're just full of ideas." TOM WETZEI.-Our "Tom" hopes to fly off into the wild blue yonder. I-Ie dislikes NYalter Hannnond's chalk-screeching ability. There's nothing like ice cream, pie and hunting for this boy who says "Don't feed me that!" He remembers tfondlyj physics class. JEAN YVHITE-Two inches of seat on the bus gripes "Jean." French fries, parties and ice cream rate with this would-be secretary. She is often saying "Look, junior!" Jean will miss shorthand class. ELEANOR WICKERHAM-"Wick," a future college gal, remembers her first varsity football game as cheerleader. She is "not particularly" interested in female gum chewers at dances. but adores hamburgers, chocolate milkshakes and VVoodlawn. GRACIE VVILLIAMS-This peppy girl wants to throw algebra and snooty people into the waste can. She quotes "Don't believe that one: I'll tell you an- other !" Down-to-earth people, pets and Jimmy please "Gracie" This future nurse enjoyed her majorette duties. LINDA NNILSON-"Linda's" headed for Penn State. She can't abide teachers who thrive on pets, but simply adores short hair-do's and the cheerleaders' new outfits. Becoming a Quill and Scroll member pleased Linda most. "Hey, kid!" is her calling card. JOYCE YINGLING-Traveling. reading, fried chicken and mashed potatoes attract this future Clara Barton. "Joyce" downs English speeches and stuck-up underclassmen, but was happy when she made the Ma- roon and VVhite staff. She's forever saying "Holy buckets!" 'crscmzllity--l'IusY 2.-They'rc clrn-ruining again. . . . tu thc 'iit'llll6SHCt' XYz1ltz." -infxiiliiillg success? 5.---Mr. :md Hrs. Chzlrlcs ,Xtlzls livv him il bra-nk, girls! 7.-- riilliiiillg tin cars on him. fuzgfi' .vi":'i'11t-x'-llzn. BOOK OF MEMORIES-'50-'51 October 28-The witches beckoned us to come to the Broomstick Ball. Decorations of paper brooms, scarecrows, corn stalks, and jack o' lanterns really knocked our eyes out. It seemed that everyone at the dance had to have a souvenir with which to remember the "fall dance," and by the time the affair was over, the gym was practically stripped of its decorations. Why! I can remember it as if it happened just last week. December 6-"Hey, Don, did l get your card yet Sounds familiar doesn't it? Remember how the seniors made a wild dash for each other every time they met? I-low much it hurt to tell an un- derclassman, "l'm sorry: I haven't given to all the seniors yet. Ask me again tomorrow." All the ex- ctement over name cards died down in a few days, but if you shut your eyes and think for a moment, it will all come back. Go ahead, try it and see if it doesn't work. November l-This date brings memories to many as a day's vacation from school. It certainly was a pleasure to walk through the halls just one day without being knocked down. VV hy, of course, it's the first day of hunting season. 'fVVell there's Soapy Davis l" "Can you imagine seeing h'm in school on such a day ?" This day was fun while it lasted, but all the fellows were back in school the next day ready to go back to work. Q ????J November 16-17-"VVhere are those manicure sets? "VVho moved that blue light bulb for the foot- lights?" "VVhere is my hat ?" These were all familiar questions darting back and forth just before the curtains opened for the first presentation of "Cheaper By The Dozen." VVe can be positive that this contribution, making our last year in school still more enjoyable, will remain a pleasant memory to the class of '5l. November 22-"VYhat dress are you wearing, jane?" "Did you say the Clefsmen were play- ing? l'll be sure to go." Talk like this was common in the halls just before the Thanksgiving Dance. sponsored by the Student Council, on November 22. l'm sure memories of this prelude to our Thanksgiving holidays kept entering our minds, even while we ate our "turkey with the trimmings." December 18-Z2-VVhile this date isn't exactly Christmas it's the Christmas season in G.H.S. Daily devotional periods, cheery decorations, class and homeroom parties brought to us the true meaning of Christmas along with the humorous incidents. Yes, all our Christmases at G.H.S. bol- stered our spirits, and helped us start each New Year on the right foot. February 3---Un this date something great occurred in C 2.1-IS! Everybody was so surprised and delighted. Miss Brandon was so proud she could hardly talk, and the following Monday, the stu- dents rushed to see the splendid piece of work that had been done. Yes. Miss Brandon and seven energetic members of the Mask and VN'ig had painted the backstage a beautiful green! March 28-29--"Bob, do you still have your program ?" "I tore mine into tiny shreds in all the ex- citement," exclaimed Lon. Vi'ere you in the same predicament that Lou was? Anyone could see why a body would get riled up after seeing "Arsenic and Old Lace," the senior play. The story centered about two lovable, old ladies and the unraveling of a strange tale. Some episode! March Z2-25-'.'VVhat did you give up for I .ent, Betty ?" "Oh nothing much: just studying. How about you?" "l gave up flirtingf, Easter and Easter vacation 1951, seemed more wonderful than ever. Yes, wonderful, and even a little sad. Maybe that's because this was the last vacation that we, as seniors, will have in school. April 12-13--That trip to VVashington! Remember, seniors, how much fun you had O11 the buses, all the places you visited, and the things you saw? W'ho got lost, and how? The hotels and the food? You certainly have one more memorable experience to store away. Looking back, can't you just re- call every incident and detail that helped make your "senior trip" absolutely wonderful? May 18-That glorious spring dance! Couples eagerly approached the gym, ready to absorb the dreamy music of "The Clefsmenf' The king and queen, looking their parts, arrived fashionably late, and were crowned with much clamor and confusion. Then the dance was really in progress. lt was over in o11e short evening, but the memory of the fun, and laughter will be with us forever. january 18-22, May 24-29-Gee, was I glad when those horrible exams were over! I knew I should have stayed in to study, but the gang came for me and after all I did my homework fsometimesj this year. liven though we always moaned about exam periods, I'll bet in just a few months, we'll look back on them a little fondly. Agreed? june 3-The goal has been reached. Commencement-the word thrills us, and makes us recall that we are going to miss each other so very, very much. Even the hard lessons and the exacting teachers give us pleasure when we reflect upon the shifting scenes of four years delightfully and profitably spent. Today we are seniors of Gettysburg High School, tomorrow we shall be graduates. Here we close the curtain for the class of 1951, and to all we say FARIEVVELI.. page .nrzwzty-farlr WW ZZZJ22 EZZJ 'rf J JQ.lv7w 5353 AMLZl fm u 4 Q7 4amWQLT Adi? FII -,g N G Compliments of C0mP1imentS of BENN'S Flowers for All Occasions The Wayside Flower Shop Phone 629 Compliments of TOBEY'S 13 Baltimore Street Gettysburg, Pa. CHAMPION SHOE REPAIR SHOP Lincoln Way Diner and Service Station Come In Often - We Like To See You 43 Chambersburg St., Gettysburg, Pa. And Serve You Buford Avenue Gettysburg, Pa. Phone 36O'X Thomas George E. J. Rogan -- Telephone 108-X BRITCHER Sz BENDER DRUG STORE 27 Chambersburg Street "A CG Gettysburg, Pa. Compliments of LITTLE CABS b As Near As Your Phone" Radio Controlled Phone 238 I I Relax and Enjoy a Magazine The Dlliflh Treat Chrrtzman s Jewelry .Tomi Patronrze Your Local On YOI'k Street WATQHES News Dealer The Place to Meet and Eat DIAMQNDS In Hanover, Pa, WATCH REPAIRING News Agency "Smart Wear for the High School Lad" SHUMAN'S CUT RATE Robert P. Snyder Insurance Iustice of the Peace Lincoln Square Gettysburg 39 Baltimore St. Kadel Bldg., Gettysburg, Pa. ' ' Ph 633-X C. R. T , P . 230125 ey S TncIpper's SercvmeStaop N' 0' SIXEAS oe tore ' ' MEN'S, WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S SHOES Francis L. Wisotzkey 117 Balto. St., Gettysburg, Pa. Atlantic Gas and Motor Oils Auto Repairing - Lubrication Washing Corner E. Lincoln Ave. and Harrisburg Road G. E. APPLIANCES AND FURNITURE SZ Chambersburg Street Compliments of the Kitzmi1ler's Hanover Clothing Co. Hcfueballsu , , Men's and Boys' Wear B tt D tt, Service Statlon Since 1923 e y, o ie . Louise- Nancy Atlantic Gas and Motor Oils 4244 Carhsle St' 1 SCOOB, Vamlle Hanover Pennsylvania fnlgt' .vt""Hlt' fr Co mpliments of Compliments of C Gettysburg Laundry annon 06 ore 8 Center Square Rug Cleaners HANOVER, PA. 59 Chambersburg Street 49 Stelnwehghggfg.381G6t'GySburg SHOES FOR ALL Anthony's Shoe Store 18 Baltimore Street Compliments of Gellysbllfg Hanover, Pa. Phone 9161 Red Cross, Dorothy Dodd Simplex Flexies E ' , nna Jettrck Daniel Greene Gay Jewelers National Museum Remmel's Print Shop 54 Chambersburg St. Gettysburg, Pa. Service Su 1 pp Y C0- 17-21 York St. Gettysburg Hotpoint Appliances Dupont Paints Philco Radios "Home of the Electrical Map Harry's Cities Service Compumems of Buford Avenue Prowell's Miiiinefy G21 Bloser Shoe Factory tysburg News d all Hats and Handbags Gggodts - - - v ry 1 or r s of Dlstmcuon Also School Sweater 51 Frederick St. Hanover, Pa. LARSON 'S COTTAGES Compliments of s Bowling 51 Chambersburg St. HENNIC'S BAKERY 35 York Street HANKEY'S CROCERY Abe, Glenn and Iunie Bakers for G.H.S. Cafeteria REEL TIRE SERVICE 250 Buford Ave. Gettysburg, Pa. Phone 224-Z RECAPPING VULCANIZING Distributor KE GLENN L. BR INCO PORATED OLDS - CADILLAC - G.M.C. SALES AN D SERVICE 100 Buford Avenue WHITE Gettysburg, Pa. Baltimore Street LLY TIRES AND TUBES Compliments of 'S MOTEL COURT Phone 106-Z Gettysburg, Pennsylvania franc' .vvw fi Compliments of Bender's Cui Baie Store 12 Baltimore Street Gettysburg, Pa. Always Exclusive Never Expensive The Leader Store 106-110 Broadway HANOVER, PA. Furs - Coats - Suits - Frocks Millinery - Accessories Phone 6155 GREENEBAUM'S Clothiers and Furnishers HANOVER. PA. Compliments of B. P. O. ELKS No. 1045 Hershey's Tailor Shop Donald H. Hershey TAILOR AND HABERDASHER CLEANING AND PRESSING Opposite Court House Gettysburg, Pa. Weishaar Brothers Home Appliances Sheet Metal Work 37 Baltimore Street Phone 125 GEO. M. ZERFING Hardware on the Square Gettysburg. Pa. pays .rv rnfy-c'igl1t Compliments of Texas Hot Wiener ERNIE'S Chambersburg Street Martin's Shoe Store RAND - TRIM TBEAD and POLL PARROT SHCES For the Family Gettysburg, Pa. Coffman-Fisher Co. Department Store Where Styles and Quality Meet a Low Price Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes Men's and Boys' Clothing and Furnishings Women's and Chi1dren's "Ready-to-Wear" Lincoln Square Gettysburg, Pa. Congratulations to the Class of '51 from KNOUSE FOODS it Makers of Lucky Leaf Fine Foods it PEACH GLEN CHAMBERSBURG ORRTANNA SCOTLAND E. DONALD SCOTT Dave's Photo Shop 50 Chambersburg Street The Shetter House Dealer in Gettysburg, Pa. Iohn Deere Farm Machinery . . . Cameras - Supplies - Photo Dmmg Room cmd Catering Surge Milkers -- Papec Cutters Fmlshmg 48 Chambersburg Street Faifbanks and Morse Water Photographic Headquarters in SYStem5 Gettysburg fvnyr .vrfwxty-11:11 Burgoon and Yingling Packers of "National Park Brand" Peas and Tomatoes Phone 537 Gettysburg, Pa. HANOVER HARDWARE CO. BUILDERS' HARDWARE Tools, Paints, Oils, Glass and Sporting Goods Hanover, Pa. Always First to Show the Newest STRINE'S SHOES Hanover, Pa. Your Dream Home Can Be a Reality by Contacting W01.P SUPPLY COMPANY 47 North Stratton St. Gettysburg, Pa. Phone 30 511111 -. ,XF , 42 Frederick St., Hanover, Pa. 5 1814 195 THE GETTYSBURG NATIONAL BANK On York Street GETTYSBURG, PA. Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Member of Federal Reserve System Constructive Banking Since Colonial Days 1814 195 K. O. DEARDORFF ADAMS COUNTY MOTORS 110 York Street Gettysburg, P EQED SALES AND SERVICE Phone 695 York and Liberty Streets Gettysburg, PU. L1TTLE's FOOD MARKET 200 Steinwehr Avenue Gettysburg Anything for the Automobile Full Line of Groceries, Frozen Foods. Meats and Green Vegetables Jacob G. Appler 103-111 Carlisle sr. Gettysburg, Pa. We Deliver Call 690-Y ffflyla' vigil!!-V Compliments of COFFMAN J EWELERS 51 Chambersburg Street Gettysburg, Pa. REA 8: DERICK, INC. DRUG STORE ON LINCOLN SQUARE MANUFACTURERS' LIGHT AND HEAT CO. ROY E. COLDSMITH ROOFING, SIDING AND SHEET METAL CONTRACTOR 310 W. High Street Gettysburg, Pa Phone Gettysburg 836 MCDERMITT BROTHERS ' GEORGE SPIES INDUSTRIES, ING. 4140-48 N. Kolmcrr Avenue Six, Chicago 41, I11. READY MIXED CONCRETE il? AND GENERAL CONCRETE WORK , , , gk OIIICIHI Statloners for Class 1951 154 Hanover St. Gettysburg, Pg THE SHOE BOX ItySWT12T1eSIfTI10LEuCifa:CrlTvgr H1121 'ifrolffnd Harold H. Reuning ., ,, C. W. EPLEY BETTER SHOES FITTED BETTER SHOWROOMS SPOQSRTAERESS - EVENING Gettysburg, Pa. Phones 400 - 728 - 129 L THE FAMILY More Than 100,000 Satisiied Customers Gettysburg, Pennot. In 30 Years GIVE GI TTT TTTTTT TTTTT SWAM ELECTRIC Co., INC. FROM 111 York Street MARK E. TRONE Hanovef' PTT- IEWELER ELECTRIC 44 Baltimore St. Hanover, Pc: LIGHT HEAT POWER pays 1'ig1l1ty-om' Phone 175 for Adams County Milk Products Unity For Service HoMoGEN1z1-:D AND ik PASTEURIZED MILK ICE AND ICE CREAM BY THE EXCHANGE CLUB CETTYSBUBG ICE 8: OF STORAGE co. GETTYSBUBG Ilreciord C mphmems of Compliments of 14 Carlisle Stree BATTLEFIELD Getwsbmg Pa. SERVICE STATION ' GETTYSBUBG Compliments of ALBERT J. LENTZ Post zoz American Legion 'THROWING COMPANY R. E. Berkheimer, Pres. GETTYSBURG BUILDING SUPPLY COMPANY 225 South Franklin Street GETTYSBURG, PENNSYLVANIA P - Modern Materials fo Better Bu ld g Blain ller W. H. Musser, HOTEL GETTYSBUBG "On the Square" Henry M. Scharf, Manager Cimplimem of SHERMAN'S STORE Kuhn S A1110 Sales Nace Slore Complete .Line of Men's.ahd Dodge - Plymouth Gifts and Ladies' Apparel Boys, clothmg and Furmsrfmgs Hanover Pa' Hon the Squaren Hanover' Pa. Shoes for the Entlre Family Phone 3705 20 York Street Cremer's Flowers M d V 11 Ab - ea ow a ey attoir Since 1879 RELIABLE SERVICE 11? QUALITSHEIXLWAYS WHOLESALERS F E CREIVIER Florist HOME DRESSED MEMS 219-227 E. Walnut street if HANOVER, PA. Your Flower Phones: 3791-92 Gettysburg' Pa' Phone 790 Central Penna. Business College Established 1922 Compliments of "Cenffe1B5ggy3sg1gggg3,,Gram Fraternal Order of Eagles THOROUGH COURSES No. MODERN EQUIPMENT COMPETENT INSTRUCTORS SUCCESSFUL GRADUATES Gettysburg Pa 323 Market Street Harrisburg, Pa. P erls Delivery Service - Phone 788 H , ose-Ann Shoppe Atlantic Service BEDDING S , , , , Hardware, Paint, Auto and Ladies and Children s Wear Friendly Service Home Supplies B hi Str t 61 Buford Avenue 22 Baltimore St., Gettysburg, Pa. G lmore ee fmgn' vigfltfy-fain' Compliments of DeSotIo,I3g1dgClygr1outh R Sweetland - Bookmart PHlEL'S GARAGE Young. Men and BOYS' Sfofe J. A. Phiel, Prop. With Sensible Prices Plaza Gettysbultzq 1:-zfrlhiastreghone 369 8 York St- Hanover Congratulations to the Seniors Of the Class oi 1951 'ik Swope's Atlantic Service Station Educated People Save It is told that Indians of Paraguay plowed all day with oxen and then killed the oxen for supper. The primitive mind gave no thought to the morrow. The habit of saving is the mark of the edu- cated man and woman. Also. it is one oi the privileges enjoyed in a free America. BE SMART - SAVE REGULARLY The First National Bank 150 Carlisle Street Gettysburg, Pa. Of Gettysburg, Pa. Phone 77 Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation The Gettysburg High School Alumni Association Welcomes the Class of 1951 To the Association Sir President-John H. Basehore Ist Vice President-Eugene Hartman, Esq. 2nd Vice President-Nina Williams Secretary-Statistician-Oma Furney Treasurer-Gladys A. Kelley THOMPSON COLLEGE 205 South George St. 18 North Fourth St. York, Pa. Harrisburg, Pa. Phone 2715 Phone 4-0258 if Member of The American Association of Commercial Colleges and National Federation Of Private School Associations Compliments of Compliments of Compliments of Harris Brothers J ack 8: Jill LOBELUS Department Store Shoppe Gettysburg, Pa. Carlisle Street "Exclusive Ladies, Fashionsu prim' viylzty-firm II-IE TIMES AND NEWS PUBLISHING COMPANY GETTYSBURG. PA. EOUIPPED TO PRODUCE ANY KIND OF PRINTING Printers ofthe Cannon-Aid, "Maroon and White" And Many Other School Publications Standard Pennant Company Big Run, Jefferson County, Pa. MORRIS GITLIN Manufacturers of DEALER School Award Letters, Emblems and Banners KINDS OLNISIIGQ In Felt and Chenille We Feature a Fine Line of Rear of Carlisle Street Phone 28 Sweaters and Iackets 1 . . Markel s Typewriter Service The New Standard R. C. Allen Typewriter All Makes of Portable Typewriters Smith-Corona, R. C. Allen and Barrett Adding Machines General Fireprooiing Ofiice Equipment Meilink Safe Lincolnway East Ext. New Oxford, Pa- Ph0Ile 174-R-4 Gettier's Bakery Roy C. Gettier, Prop. Bread - Rolls - Cakes Groceries Biglerville, Pa. Compliments of Iustice of the Peace JOHN H. BASEHORE General Insurance Gettysburg, Pa. Class of 1923 Compliments ot "KRANK" Class ot'47 jmyv Ulflllf-X'-.YI.'l' C0mP1imen'S of NATIONAL GARAGE C0 C. CO., D. C. Forney, Prop. C. S. Menchey Servicing and Selling WHOLESALE GROCERS Automobiles for the Past 40 Years Gettysburg, Pa. PACKARD CARS Fon REAL POTATO CHIPS A, R, LEVAN 8g SUN EAT PLUMBING AND HEATING , CONTRACTOR U T Z S 271 Baltimore Street Hanover, Pa. phon S70 C li t f amp memo HOMAYNE IVIII.I.ER'S V. F. W. HOME MADE CANDIES 50 Chambersburg Street Gettysb g, Pa. Post 15 Congratulations to the Class of 1951 as THE LANE STUDIO Cannon-Aid Photographers ii? Portrait, Wedding, and Commercial Photography 34 Y k Str et Phone 856 Gettysburg P P . Peoples Drug Store The Rexall-Kodak Store wir DRUGS - SODAS - SUNDRIES TOILETRIES - STATIONERY FOR INSURANCE Telephone 300 PHILIP R. BIKLE Compliments of il? 25 Baltimore St. Gettysburg, Pa. JEWELRY H. G. ARMISTEAD AT EVERYTHING BEST PROM Sc TO 51.00 AND UP Guaranteed Repairing iff Columbia Jewelry Co. First National Bank Building Hanover Pa Riflle and Shulley Grocery Phone 45-Z Prompt Delivery CETTYSBURC COLLEGE Our Home College Since 1832 il? Liberal Arts Courses for Men and Women Reserve Oiticers' Training Corps Units for Army and Air Force 'iir Adams County Farm Bureau Co-op. Ass'n. Gettysburg, Pa. Feeds, Seeds, Fertilizers, Etc. Buy Co-operatively and Save the Difference for Yourself - Phone 390 Compliments of WARNER BROS. MAJESTIC and STRAND H. W. A. Hanson, D.D., LL.D., President Gettysburg, Penna. Gettysburg' Pa. ltclylt' vigflrly-vigllll Radios, Television, Records BAKER'S BATTERY SERVICE Opposite Post Office WARREN CHEVROLET SALES Lincolnway East Gettysburg, Pa. Phone 424 Gift Shop We Cater to Parties PEACE LIGHT INN TOURIST COURT Gettysburg, Pa. "On the Battlefield at Entrance Peace Light Memorial" 18 MODERN BRICK CABINS Serving Luncheons Dinners and Platters Phone 80 Compliments of BENDEITS FUNERAL HOME Gettysburg, Pa. STEE E05 "Cleaning With a Conscience" LAUNDRY, CLEANING, STORAGE llO High Street Hanover, Pa. Compliments of PROSPERITY CLEANERS Railroad Street I MENCHEY Wolff s Farm Supply Q 4 Music Service A 18 York Street INTERNATIONAL " Hanover, Pa. HARVESTER "u?.v"i".3-'Y' PARTS - SERVICE - TRACTORS TRACTOR FARM BAN KERT'S ICE CREAM TIRES EQUIPMENT REFRIGERATION AND RESTAURANT Iamesway Barn and Poultry Equipment On Route 140, South of Gettysburg Phone 689 Gettysburg, Pa. lwmv viyhfy-Jzim' Congratulations ciass of 1951 BLUCHEHS De Luxe Restaurant from "Serving the Community ll ll ll ll Iewelry Since 1887 For 31 Years" Mom and POP 53 h b b st 25-27 Chambersburg Street C am ers W3 - at G tt sbur Pa Phone 171-X Gettysburg, Pa Woodlawn e y 3' ' Steven Svarnas, Prop. Compliments of Gettysburg College Compliments of Varsity Barber Shop Compliments of KIDDIE KORNER Book S1013 35 Baltimore Street New Oxford Penna. Alwine Brick Company New Oxford O. H. Hostetter 'ff Builder, Inc. Steel and Aluminum Windows Bricks Blocks ir ik Our 100th Year 1851 1951 Hanover, Penna. FRED H. SWISHER Wallpaper And Paper Hanging Gettysburg R. D. 1 n ROBERT S. NEARY Elgin Watches Silverware and Iewelry 63 W. Middle Street Gettysburg, Pa. Compliments of Tot 'n Teen Shop 16 Baltimore Street Gettysburg. Pa. Gettysburg Autoparts Compliments of Compliments of , CO' Dougherty 8: Hartley CITY MARKET Gett sbur?1gg13JVl5E.Jr1?esboro Pa Chambersburg Street Wesgymtnster, Md. - 1-Ianover: Pa: DRY GOODS GeflYSbu1'9'f Penna- fvuga uiuclv 18 Carlisle St., Hanover, Pa MYERS SHOE SHOP Lloyd's ot Hanover Sam M. Kramer, Prop. Men's, Women's And Children's Wear JEWELRY Cozy Restaurant HOME-COOKED FOOD 523 Baltimore St. Gettysburg, Pa. Phone 2-4270 Compliments oi ,"' - M d die,S Paradise X Mr. Sifilinut Compliments of 108 Baltimore St' 'Q' s -if ' Jennie Wade Museum Gelffllrinpa' SPufl?1l1fYSl10p as x New Oxford, Penna. Congratulations Sk Class of Pennsy1vania's from the Largest Distributor ol Atlantic Petroleum Products if? Locally Owned and Operated Plants Hanover - Gettysburg - York - New Oxford Lancaster - Harrisburg - Frederick compnmems of Hotel Gettysburg I Beaut Salon S Margaret Spangler 52 Yofk Street Opposite the High School Owner ' Operator Gettysburg, Penna. Phone 779 Gettysburg, Pa. V t' Bl' d Andaaa2na:2,i1gs HUMMEL GHUCEBY OUR GANG Meats, Vegetables Eleaggggyv am W. and Frozen Fggds Liouise Slghbultz 385 Buford Avenue Ca1l42-Z We Deliver Clvalllyllllgigcfmgfh Doris Hann pugv nin It Compliments Of Adams Electric Cooperative, Inc 1 Serving Rural Homes in Four Counties SCHUTTIE s RESTAURANT Wm, Remy H Best Wishes From Biglerville, Penna. L crl and Long Distance Hcruli g All C5190 Insured 151 York street P.o. Box 22 e ephones Biglerville a Gettysburg, Pennsylvania Compliments of H Compliments of C0NCHErffmfcPu2QQfCTS CU- RULL's ELECTRIC SERVICE CONCRETE BLOCKS R. D. 3, Gettysburg, Pa. Phone 744 Phone 4272 R D 3 Hcmove . . , GETTYSBURG LODGE NO. 1526 Loyal Order Ol Moose I' ADAMS COUNTY NOVELTY' COMPANY FINE CARVED TABLES GET TYSBURG, PENNSYLVANIA Compliments of GETTYSBURG MOTORS, INC. CHRYSLER - PLYMOUTH and INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS SALES AND SERVICE Gettysburg, Pa. THE BATTLEFIELD SWIMMING POOL Baltimore Pike 116 Miles From Square A daily dip, that's our tip" FISSEL-BBITCHER AGENCY BASEHUAITS BESTAUB-AN T Masonic Bldg. Gettysburg. Pa. BOWLING SKATING Phone 434 L'tg1 t P STANLEY E' KEFFER DAVE OYLER MOTORS Plumbmg and Heatmg Steinwehr Avenue Phone 757 42 S th St t Gettysburg, P Ph 261-X MERCURY AND LINCOLN DEALER fr uiimly- JGHN S. T EETER AND SGNS INCORPORATED 'A' General Contractors ir CRUSHED STGNE PRUDUCERS leeTer lv A FRIEND Ioin the Senior Extension Club Open to All Who Are Over Seventeen SQUARE DANCES TRAVEL ROUND DANCES RECREATION OF ALL The H. 8: H. Machine Shop PONTIAC SALES ci SERVICE Automatic Repairing Complete Wreck Service 55 1 Body, Frame and Fender Repairing Dupont Duco Painting From a Scratch to a Complete Car S. Washington Street Gettysburg, Pa. Farm Bureau Insurance Co. Auto, Life and Fire Sterling F. Musselmcm, Rep. Phone Gettysburg 686-W D. H. Sharrer and Son Dealers in GRAIN, FEED AND FLOUR New Oxford R. D. 2, Hampton Orrtvanna and Littlestown KINDS Compliments of nS'u'..,Q I XX QW my 370 NORTH GEORGE ST. YORK, PA. funn' llirlvlgt'-.vi.1' 2 nw .11 -1.5 i , V N' ., 'R' - ' J 1 .. . - v ' I-'-lfdl-':'f'f. ! y"".:i7w'L'v ifin-,-'595:?nW +a3'1-5325543-'- A-E ,.-fi.. .5 .AQ J P . 5 ' f , . N . L 1' , N L- f--3, - W 1 ,IV-rj., f fu- , V' ' . ' ' ' .- , , X fsf-nw , 3 Q, AV: ,-, 3,Vf VVV V V ,wc--4: 4,zffV,,,vm an '52,-M-3,g5',.yg-gf, V Lgggyflzy K' Q - 'Q Aw -' -M, np, Qi t ' ' 'Nil' 5 n - , ,avi V . S , A I f - Zin: If Q 74- 561 ' . l 'A 25.13061 tw H . - . Q ' . 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Gettysburg High School - Cannon Aid Yearbook (Gettysburg, PA) online yearbook collection, 1953 Edition, Page 1

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Gettysburg High School - Cannon Aid Yearbook (Gettysburg, PA) online yearbook collection, 1954 Edition, Page 1

1954

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