Gettysburg High School - Cannon Aid Yearbook (Gettysburg, PA)
- Class of 1953
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Untiring devotion to duty and a kindly
personality tells us of Miss Ruth Spang-
ler who for many years guided the Get-
tysburg High School yearbook staff. VVS
of the 1953 Cannon-Aid staff wish to
dedicate this yearbook to the shining
ineniory of a beloved teacher.
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Our heartfelt thanks
and admiration we ex-
tend to Mr. Rogers Herr
who guided the green,
of our staff. His sense of
humor never failed him
although sometimes it
was sorely strained.
Mrs. Ruth lfVisler and
Mr. G e o r g e Glenn,
nursemaids to the Class
of 1953, led us through
the trials of our four
years in G.H.S. They
helped us plan our activ-
ities and counseled us in
our work. We wish to
thank them sincerely for
their untiring efforts.
Congratulations to the mem-
bers of the Class of 1953.
Many people and agencies have
united to make possible your
educational opportunities. Your
achievement results largely from
your application to your school
work. As you grow in knowledge
and experience ever increasing
opportunities will be open to you.
Your success will be limited only
by your willingness to work and
Democracy has no classes: all
individuals are free and equal in
their rights and responsibilities.
This being the case, all of you
should have gotten from your
training a sound base for ad-
equate, wholesome living. Beyond
this point, you are on your own.
Progress will depend on the use
you make of your talents, trin-
ing and ambitions.
Curvin Krout. jr.
STAFF 1-IEA DS
CLUBS AND ACTIVI I ILS
Staff of 1953
SENIOR FEATURE AND
Mary Anne George
'GETTYSBURG JOINT SCHOOL BOARD
Eugene O. Kimple
Robert H. Deardorff
Mrs. Letha J. Hartman
Donald S. VVeikert
Mrs. Erma D. Poppay
Ray J. Kitzmiller
Eugene O. Kimple
Allen A. W'eikert
-Iohn XY. XYoods
Mervin B. Bishop
Glenn R. Bowers
John VV. Schwartz
Oren H. VVilson
Wfilliam A. Raher
Dr. Ralph D. VVickerham, Chairman
Ralph XV. Guise, Vice Chairman
Charles L. Lott
john VY. Schwartz
Raymond S. Scott
Emory A. Fox
Mrs. Letha J. Hartman
Dr. R. D. Xkickerham
jacob G. Appler
Robert H. Deardorff
Arthur XY. Roth
Charles L. Lott
Raymond S. Scott
Charles M. A. Shildt
Russell M. Spangler
Ralph XY. Guise
Raymond A. Sibert
Gift VV alter
Allen A. Weikert
john VV. VVoods
Mrs. Prudence O. Martin
Richard E. llreas
Daniel J. VVoltiC
Melvin J. Kane
John A. Leeti, Clerk
Ray F. Funt
Casper M. Barlup
Addison R. Durboraw
Edgar A. McDonnell
Arthur R. Buehler
Hugh C. Mcllhenny
Raymond A. Sibert
EVA D. BOWER
Histor VIII Enlish I,
Y H i 8
DOROTHY M. BOYER
History, Eighth Grade Class
Adviser, Knitting Club
RONALD J. BREAM
History, Eighth Grade Class
Adviser, Checker Club
JOHN P. CESSNA
Physics, General Science,
Science Club, Custodian of
Sound and Photographic
JACK R. CORBIN
KATHRYN VV. DIEHI.
ROBERT C. DIEHL
Bookkeeping I, Bookkeeping
II, Commercial Arithmetic,
BETTY B. ECKER
Business English, Book-
keeping I, Retailing
ROBERT D. FIDLER
Problems of Democracy,
XVorld History, National
Honor Society, Budget,
Chess Club, Junior Class
Geography, Junior High
Budget, Stamp Club
GEORGE S. FORNEY
Physical Education, Athletic
Director, Basketball and
GEORGE XV. GLENN
F.F.A., Senior Class Adviser
LOIS H. GROVE
English VII, Spanish I,
PAUL W. GROVE
Vocal Music, High School
Choir, High School Chorus,
Girls' Ensemble, Boys'
FRED P. HAEHNLEN
Science, Chemistry, Fishing
MARY I. HART MAN
English VIII, Red Cross
Latin, English II. Magazine
R. ROGERS HERR
Algebra, General Mathe-
matics, Junior High School
Coach, Guidance. Cannon-
ELIZABETH W. HULL
Librarian, Junior Librarian
RUTH M. JOSEPH
Typing, Maroon and XfVhitc
CBus1nessJ, Quill and Scroll,
National Honor Society
GERTRUDE B. LITTLE
Shorthand, Typing, F.B.L.A.
Play Ticket Sponsor
English III, Bridge Club
RUTH A. MCILHENNY
English III, English IV
PAUL R. MEI-IRING
Mathematics, Assistant Prin-
cipal, Junior High School
American History, Drivers
N. LOUISE RAMER
Guidance Counselor, Journal-
ism Adviser, Maroon and
VVhite CEditorialj, Quill and
ANNA BELLE RUSSELL
Junior High School Vocal
Instructor, Junior High
LUTHER SACHS, JR.
Math VH, Math VIH, Jun-
ior High School Assistant
Football and Basketball
Coach, Seventh Grade Class
ROSS H. SACHS
Health and Physical Educa-
tion, Social Studies, Assist-
ant Football and Basketball
ELMER H. SCHRIVER
Vocational A g r i culture,
EVA JANE SCHWARTZ
Vocational Home Economics,
F.H.A. Adviser, Junior Class
JACOB M. SHEADS,
ROBERT E. SHEADS, SR.
Biology, Health, Checker
Xvorld History, Civics, Foot-
ball and Baseball Coach
JO ANNE SLIFER
Girls' Health and Physical
Education, G.A.A, Adviser,
ALICE M. SNYDER
English VII, Ninth Grade
Class Adviser, Embroidery
Club, Student Council Ad-
Junior High School Home
Economics, General Home
Economics, Seventh Grade
ARTHUR I. STEZIN
Art Supervisor, Mask and
W'ig, Drainatics Instructor
FRED G. TROXELL
Algebra, Geometry, Student
Council, National Honor So-
ciety. Athletic Association
DONALD A. ULLRICH
Science, Ninth Grade Class
Adviser, Fire Drill
RUTH K. VVISLER
English I, Junior Red Cross
Council, Senior Class Ad-
ROBERT G. ZEIGLER
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Home Ec-Commercial "Bill" General
I H A Science Club. l: Dancing Club, 2: Chess
Cannon-Aid: Maroon and VVhite, 1, Z, 3, 4 C H F B
tCo-Sports Editorj: Track, 1, Z, 3, 4 tMan- AROLIM' 'MMA AML
agerl : Mask and Wfig, 3, -1: National Thespian, A-Carol" Commercial
4: Quill and Scroll, 3, 4: Band, l, Z, 3, 4: Drum
Major, 4: Orchestra. l, Z: Science Club, l, Z:
Journalism Club. 3, 4: Play Committees, 3, 4:
National Honor Society.
Red Cross Council, 4: Band, 2, 3: F.B.L.A.,
1, 3: Art Club, 2: Red Cross, 3: Nursing As-
sistant, 3, 4.
RlARY Loc Balm GEORGE Ross Bl-ZNIJER
"Peggy" General "Sam" Academic
F.H.A.: li.l'l,A. Club, l, 2, 4: F.l3.L.A. Cannon-Aid: Basketball, 1, Z, 3, -lg Baseball,
Club, 3. l, Z, 3, 4: Choir, 2: Boys' Chorus, Z: Chorus, 2:
Band, l, 2: Orchestra, 1, 2: Battlefield Club, l:
Chess Club, 2, 3, -l.
jonx DAVIIJ Lcrinau BEEGLE VIXLJOY ELLEN BENDER
"Rebel" Academic "Val" Commercial
Cannon-Aid: Football, 1, 2, Basketball, l, 2, York, l, Z: Cannon-Aid: Student Council, 4:
3, 4: Track, 1, 2, 3, 4: Chess Club, l, 2, 3, -l. Dancing Club, 3: F.B.L.A., 4.
Cannon-Aid: Basketball, lg Fishing Club, 1.
2, Chess Club, 3, 4.
Fiuzui-:k1cK,x BONNIE, BRYsoN
Cannon-Aid, 3. 4 f,Co-Art and Feature Ecli-
torj 3 Maroon and VVl1ite, 1, 2, 3, 43 G.A.A., 4,
G.A.A., 1, Z, 3. 4: Quill and Scroll, 43 Dancing
Club, lg Art Club, 2, 3: Cannon-Aicl Club, 4:
Play Committees, 1, Z, 3.
jonx A. H. Cixivriiic
Football, 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball. l,
2, 3, 4.
Track, l, Z, 3, 45 National Honor Society.
jonx Wn.1.1A xi C1-APsAD1JLE
F.F.A., 1. Z, 3, 4: F.F.A. Club, 1, 2, 3, -L
PAVI. CHARLES Cl.APsAnL
l'.l'.A., l, Z, 3, -lg l'.l'.A. Club, l.
IQATIIIQRIXE NIARIE C011-:MAN
Cannon-Aid, 3 QStatt Assistantj, -l CCo-Ecli-
torjg Maroon and NVliite, 1, Z. 3, -lg Student
Council, 1, 2, 3 CTreasurerJ, 4 CVice Presi-
clentj g Mask and VVig, 2, 3, -l CTreasurerJ 3 Na-
tional Tliespians, 3, 4, Choir, 2, 3, 4: Girls'
Ensemble, 45 Journalism Club, 1, 25 Cannon-
Aid Club, 3, 41 "Our Hearts VVere Young and
Gay," "Cheaper by the Dozen," "Turn Back tbc
Clock," "Ring Around Elizabetliug Play Com-
mittees, Z, 3, 45 National Honor Society.
DEXK'EY ERVIN COLLINS
Football tklanagcrl 3 Basketball, 1, 25 Battle-
lielcl Club, 1.
JOE CARLETGN CRABILL
Basketball, lg F.F.A., 1, Z, 3, 4 tVice Presi-
tlentj 1 F.F.A. Club, 1, Z, 3, 4.
NTTA Mita DAX'lS
Bland High School, 1, Z5 F.H.A., 4.
RICHARD' NVILBYR DAYHQFF
Football, 1, Z, 3, 4 tCo-Captainbz Basketball,
1, 2, 3, 4 QCaptainjg Track, 1: Baseball, Z, 3,
NV1LL1Ax1 PENx LLOYD Dackmz
Basketball, 2, 3, 4 6,ManagerD1 Track, 1, 2:
Mask and VVig, 3, 4: Choir, 1, 2, 3, 43 Boys'
Chorus, 1, Z, 3. 45 Chorus, 2, 3. 4, Band, 1, 2.
3, 4: Orchestra, 1, Z, 3, 4, Battlefield Club, ll
Chess Club. Z5 Orchestra Club, 4: "Turn Back
the Clock"g Play Committees. 3, 4.
NVILLIAM CLYDE DEHAAS
Cannon-Aid, Maroon and VVhite, 43 Football,
Z, 3, 45 Basketball, 2, 3: Track, 2, 3, 45 Choir,
1, Z, 3, 4, Boys' Chorus, 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus, 2, 3.
4, Band, 13 Battlefield Club. lg Chess Club, 22
Journalism Club, 4.
DONALD VVILLIAM DENTLER
Cannon-Aid, Student Council, 33 Football, 3,
4 Clvlanagerj g Baseball, 2, 3, 45 Mask and Wig,
3, 4, National Thespians, 4, F.F.A., 2, 35 Choir,
2, 3, 43 Battlefleld Club, 13 F.F.A., 2, 3, Cannon-
Aid, 4, "You Can't Take It With You,"
"Mumbo jumboug Play Committees, 3, 45 Boys'
Chorus, 2, 3, 4.
ANNA MARY DIEHL
GA.A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Mask and Wig, 4, Choir,
3 45 Chorus, Z, 3, Dancing Club, 1, 2g
Brid e Club, 3g Play Committees, 3, 4.
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VVILLIAM VVESLEY DILLBIAN
Science Club, 1, 2.
IDALE ONVEN DoLLx'
Student Council, 2, 3, 4 CPresidentJg F.F.A.,
l, 2 CAssistant Secretaryj, 3 CVice Presidentj,
4 Cllresidentj g F.F.A. Club, 1, 2, 3, 45 National
FAYIC i11AR1E Dl3l.l.X'
G.A.A. Cabinet, 4: G.A.A., 1. Z. 3, 4, Choir.
3, 4: Chorus. Z. 3: Nursing Club, 1. Z: Bridge
Club, 3, 4: Play Committees, 4: Library, 1, 2, 3,
4: Nurses Assistant, l.
RAY RICHARD Eckx-:RT
Battlefield Club, 1: Student Council, Z.
PAUL STANLEY lilt:noLTz
Cannon-Aid: Mask and W'ig. 4: Science Club,
1: Safety Club, 45 "lXlumbo Jumbo," "Ring
RICHARD XV. Evreusolaf, JR.
Mask and VVig, 4: Band, 1, Z: Orchestra, 1,
2: Safety Club, 4g Play Committees, 3, 4.
E Ronxm' ALLEN FELIX
Vice President, 1, Z, Cannon-Aid, Maroon
and White, 1, 2 CCo-Sports Editorj, 3, 4 QEdi-
torjg Quill and Scroll, 3, 45 Choir, 1, 2, 3, 4,
Boys' Chorus, 1, 2, 3, 45 Chorus, 2, 3, junior
Historians Club, 13 Journalism Club, 2, 3, 4,
"Ring Around Elizabeth."
ELLEN NIANDILLA FISCLE
"Mandy" Home Economics
F.H.A.. 1, Z, 3, 4.
BLXRLIN Rum- FISCEI.
Class Treasurer, 2, Class Secretary, 3, Foot-
ball, 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball,
1, 2, 3, 45 Battlefield Club, lg National Honor
ANN ELIzAB1a'rn Fo1z'r15NuAUon
Cannon-Aid: Maroon and Wliite, 1, 2, 3 CCG-
Feature Editorb, 43 Student Council, 1, 2, 3, 4,
G.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 4g G.A.A. Cabinet, 43 Mask and
VVig, 2, 3, 4, National Thespians, 3, 43 Quill
and Scroll, 3, 4, Choir, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Ensemble,
45 Chorus, 2, 33 Library Staff, 11 Journalism
Club, 1, Z, 3, "Turn Back the Clock, "Play
Committees, 1, 2, 3, 45 National Honor Society.
Twcn I y- ji 1 -g
Domlucs F.-x Y From'
Cannon-Aid: Maroon and XVhite, 2, 3, 4:
G..-XA.. l. 2. 3. 4: G..-X..-X. Cabinet. 4: Majorette.
2. 3, 4: Majorette Club, 1, 2, 3. 4.
SHnu.m' Axxa GEIGLM'
"Shirley Anne" Academic
Choir, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Ensemble, 4: Chorus, Z,
3, 4: Dancing Club. 1: Music Club, 2: Bridge
Club, 3: Phonograph Club, 4: "Ring Around
fMAm' ANNE Giconulc
Class Treasurer, 4: Cannon-Aid: Maroon and
XYhite. 1, 2. 3. 4: G.A.A. Cabinet, 4 CPresi-
dent? : G..-X..-X., 1, 2, 3, 4: Mask and XVig, 3, 41
National Thespians, 4: Quill and Scroll, 4:
Cheerleader, 1, 2, 3, 4 CCaptainj: Journalism
Club. l. Z. 3, 4: Play Committees, 2, 3, 4: Na-
tional Honor Society.
,I orca EVELYN GL' Isla
"J oy" Commercial
Dancing Club, 1: Music Club, Z: Bridge
Club, 3: F.l3.1..A.. 4.
Duxxl-2 xill.liS H,fX1.1.
li.li.A., 1, 2 QConductorJ, 3, 4: Hand, 1, Z,
BliRa.xuA BELLE HANKILY, . . .
"Belle" i I Commercial
Cannon-Aid: Maroon and NVhite, 1, 2, 3, 4:
Student Council, 3, 4: G.A.A. Cabinet, 4:
G.A.A., 1, Z, 3, 4: Cheerleader, 1, Z, 3, 4 CCap-
tainj: Journalism Club, 1, 2, 3: Bridge Club,
4: Play Committees, 1, 4.
j.xN1a'ri LOIIISE HANKEY
"Hank" lrlome Economics
F.1-IA., 1, 2 tYice Presidentl, 3 fVice Pres-
Lula HUu1:HAR'r HARTMAN
"Hoop" - , Academic-Commercial
Cannon-Aid: Football, 1: Mask and NVig, 4:
Science Club, 1: Safety Club, 4: Play Commit-
tees, 3, 4.
Lois :XRl.IiNli LIARTMAN
"l.inky" Home Ecumnomics-Commercial
il7.H..-X., l, 2 tSeconcl Vice Presidentjg
l'.l3.l..A., -l lXews Reporterll.
JAY HPZIQBEIRT HiXliTZlil.I.
HJ Ziyi' Connnercial
Mask and NYig, 4: Junior Historian Club, 1:
Safety Club, -lg nlXlUll1bO Jumbo", Play Commit-
Manu EL1zAuE'rI-1 H ICKL
Graf, Austria, 1, 2, 3: Chorus, 45 Phono-
graph Club, 4: Play Committees, 4.
RANDALL CURTIS HILL
"A, P." Academic
Cannon-Aid: Football, 2, 3, 43 Track, 1, Z,
3, 4: Mask and NVig, 3, 45 National Thespians,
45 Fishing Club. 1: Science Club, 2 CTreas-
urerj: Chess Club, 3, -1: "Mumbo ,lumbo":
Play Committees, 1, 2. 3, 4: National Honor
Ronlcmi EDXVIN Hrxox
Cannon-Aid, Maroon and VVhitc, -lg Student
Council, l, Z, 3, -lg Football, 1 Giauagerjq
Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball, 1, Z, 3, 43 Bat-
tlefield Club, 1, Chess Club, 2: National Honor
GERTIQUIJE IRENIL Howe
V Cannon-Aid: Red Cross Council, lg G..fX.A.
Cabinet, 4: GAA., l, 2, 3, 43 Majorette, 3, 4:
Majorette Club, 1, 2, 3, 4,
ANVM Lorfrsn Ixsknf
"Xcety " Academic
Cannon-Aid luliusiness Managerj 9 Red Cross
Council, l, 3, -lg G.A..-X., 45 Dancing Club, 1:
Library Club, 23 Library Staff, 1, 2, 3, 4, "Ring
Around Elizabeth", National Honor Society.
Flmxcrzs JANE JONES
Rell Cross Council, lg GAA., l, Z, 3, 45
Majorette Club, 1, 2, F.B.L.A., 3: Library Club,
4: Play Committees, l.
JAMES RICHARD JONES Joim KEE1-'ER
"Jim" Commercial "Johnie" Academic
Track, 2. 3. 4: Junior Historian Club, 1:
Choir, 1, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Chorus, 1, 2, 3: Chorus,
Science Club, Z: Art Club, 3.
1, 2, 3, 4, Phonograph Club, 1.
BRADLEY MACBETH KEEFER
"Dudley" Academic-Commercial NANCY JANE KE-1-TERMAN
Mask and Wig, 45 Dancing Club, 1, Safety
Club, 43 "Ring Around Elizabeth", Play Com-
"Nance" Commercial-Home Economics
Dancing Club, 1: F.H.A., 2, 3, 4.
RIARY Louisa IQIMPLE Coxsrlxxca G. KL1-:PPINGIQR
"Kim" Commercial-Home Economics "Connie" Academic
G.A.A., 13 F.H.A. Club, 1. G.A.A., 4g Choir, 2, 3g Chorus, 2, 35 Dancing
Club, 1, Music Club, 23 Bridge Club, 3, 4,
"Ring Around Elizabeth."
DORIS LOUISE KINT
UD0fi5'y Commercial Faux BURNELL KLINEFIQLTER
Cannon-Aid, Red Cross Council, 1, 2, Choir, --Fam" General
lg Chorus, 43 Red Cross Club, 1, 2, Dancing
Club, 33 F.B.L.A., 4. Fishing Club, 1.
DoR1s ANN KNox
F.H.A., 1, 2, 3, 4: Play Committees, 2.
XVI1.1.mM ERNEST KNOX, JR.
Cannon-Aid: Football, 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball, 1,
Z, 3, 4: Choir, 1, 2, 3: Boys' Chorus, 2: Chorus,
2, 3: Junior Historian Club, 1 CVice Presidentj :
Art Club, 2: Science Club, 3 fTrcasurerj : Play
CURVIN ELIJOR KRoU'r, JR.
Cannon-Aid CArt a11d Feature Editorj : Ma-
roon and Wliite, 1, 2, 3, 4: Mask and VVig. 2,
3, 4 CPresidentJ: National Thespians, Z, 3
CTreasurerJ, 4: Quill and Scroll, 4: "Cheaper
by the Dozen": "Mumbo Jumbo": Play Com-
mittees, 1, 2, 3, 4: National Honor Society.
JACKIE LAR M ER
Cannon-Aid : Hobby Club, 1, 4: Dancing
SUSANNE MAE l.1zVixx
Cannon-Aid: G.A.A. Cabinet, 4: G.A.A., 4:
Mask and Wig, 3, 4: National Thespians, 4:
F.H.A., 1, Z, 3 CVice Presidentb, 4 CPresidentJ :
Choir, 4: Girls' Ensemble, 4: Chorus, 2, 3, 4:
Play Committees, Z. 3, 4.
SL'sAN NAOMI L1cn'r1zR
Class Vice President, 3, 4: Cannon-Aid: Ma-
roon and White, l, 2, 3, 4: Student Council, 2:
G.A.A. Cabinet, 4: G.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 4: Mask and
VVig, 3, 4: National Thespians, 3, 4: Quill and
Scroll, 4: Choir, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Ensemble, 4:
Chorus, Z, 3: Our Own Club, 1: Art Club, 2,
3: Bridge Club, 4: "Turn Back the Clock":
Library Staff, 1, 3, 4: Play Committees. 2, 3,
4: National Honor Society.
Choir, 2, 3, 4: Chorus, 3, 4: Girls' Ensemble,
2: Color Guard, 2: Red Cross Council, 2, 3, 4:
"Ring Around Elizabeth."
JEANNE ELIZ.-x1sE'rll -LITTLE
Class Secretary, 1, 2: Cannon-Aid: Maroon
and White, 1, 2, 3, 4: G.A.A,, 1, 2, 3, 4: Mask
and VVig, 4: National Thespian, 4: Quill and
Scroll, 4: Choir, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Ensemble, 4:
Band, 1, 2. 3. 4: Journalism Club, 1, Z, 3, 4:
F.B.L.A., 4: Library Staff, 1: Play Committees.
2, 4: National Honor Society.
D0l.l1lil-IS Lovislz l.1viNos'roN
G.A.A.. 1, 2, 3, -lg Majorettc Club. l, 23
F.B.L.A., 4: Play Committees, l.
ALICE CATHERI Nic McD.xNNiz1.1.
Class President, Z: Cannon-Aid. -ll Maroon
and XVhite, 1. 2, 3, -l lCo-News Editorb: Stn-
dent Council, 1, 2, 3, 4 CSecretaryl: G..-X..-X.
Cabinet, 1, 4 fVice Presidentjg G.A.A.. 1. 2,
3, 4: Mask and W'ig, 2, 3, -l lSecretaryl 1 Na-
tional Thespians, 3, 4: Quill and Scroll, 3, 4:
Chorus. 43 Journalism Club, 1, Z, 3, 49 Library
Staff, 3: "Turn Back the Clock," "Ring
Around Elizabetl1": Play Committees, 1, Z, 3,
4: National Honor Society.
livi-il.YN RlARIE Mm'IJANNlil.1.
"Iivie" Home Economics-Commercial
G.A.A., Z. 4: Chorus, 2, -lg Majorette, 1, Z.
3, 4: Majorette Club, 1, 2, 3, 4.
ICENNETH RICHARD McGLAuzI11-1N
Science Club, 1: Safety Club, 4.
DOROTHY IRENR RICGLAUGHLIN
"Dotty" Home Economics
4g Drum Majorette Club, 1, 2.
Blcvrv JANE MARING
G.A.A., 1, 2, 3, -lg Chorus, 2, 3, 43 Majorette
Club, 1: Dancing Club, Zg F.R.L.A., 4.
JOAN N12 RlAR'l'l N
Cannon-Aid, G.A.A., 23 Mask and 1Vig, 45
Chorus, Z, 3: Dancing Club, 1 3 Music, 2: Bridge
Club, 3, 45 Play Committees, 2, 4: Color Guard.
1. 2, 3, 4.
BARBARA JEAN M ILLER
"Barb" Commercial-Home Economics
IXfYu'r1.E RIARIE M1r.1.lc1z
"Marie" Academic-Home Economics
G.A.A., Z, 3, 4: F.H.A., 4: Color Guard, 4:
fxlajorette Club. 1: Dancing Club, 2: Art Club,
3: Play Committees, 3, 4.
Rolucl:'1' EITXYARII 1Xll1.I.liR
Athletic Representative, 4: Cannon-Aid:
Football, 1, Z. 3, 4 ICO-Captaiul: Track, 1. 2.
3, 4: Choir, 2, 3, 4: Chorus, 2, 3: Band, 1:
Battlefield Club, 1: Art, Club, 2, 3: "Ring
RoNA1.n DAV1 n 1N1Il.L1ER
Football, 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball, 1, 2, 3. 43
Track, 1, 2, 3. 4: Battlefield Club, 1: Art Club.
Z, 3: Safety Club. 4 CPresident1: Play Com-
P.-wxucm jovcuc Momrz
Our Own Club, 13 F.13.l..A., 4.
RlAl'Rlcr2N Vllzczlxm R1l'1uz.xx'
Maroon and White, 1, 2, 3, 4: G.A.A., 1, Z,
3. 4: Journalism Club, 1, 2, 3, 4: Cheerleader.
1. 2. 3. 4: Play Committees, 4.
l1.xlumR,x .ANNE Xmlcx'
G..-MA. Cabinet, 4: G.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 4: Danc-
ing Club, 1, 2, 3: F.B.1-.A., 4.
l'Jlal.01uzs ANN N1-IELY
Student Council, 4: Cannon-Aid: Red Cross
Council, 3, 4: Dancing Club, 1: Hobby Club,
2: F.B.L.A., 4.
W11.x.m:i1 H1-zmsizur ORNER
Baseball, 1 : F.F.A., 1, 2, 3, 4: Band, 2, 3, 4.
lJOR0'l'IIY Mina PARR
iMajorette Club. 1: Dancing Club, Z, 3:
li .B.L.A., 4.
Cannon-Aid: Maroon and White, 1, 2, 3, 4:
Mask and Wig, 2, 3, 4: National Thespians, 3,
43 Band, 1, 2: Science Club, 1, Z, 35 Play Com-
mittees, 1, 2, 3, 4.
GERALD D.-xxnzl. PETERS
Cannon-Aiclg Football, 1, 2, 3, 43 Track, 1,
2, 3, 4, Mask and Wig, 4, Choir, 2, 3, 4, Chorus.
Z, 33 Fishing Club, 1, 23 Safety Club, 43 "You
Can't Take It With You", "Ring Around Eliza-
beth", Play Committees. 4.
l'lAROl,D JUNIOR PLANK
F.F.A.. 1, 2, 3, 4.
JOANNE JANET PLANK
G.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Majorette Club, 19 Danc-
ing, 2, F.B.L.A., 4 fTreasurerJ.
SHIRLEY ANN PLANK
"Sallyy' Home Economics-Commercial
F.H.A., 4: Dancing Club, 1, 2: Library Staff,
9 m T11'i1'fy-Iwo
RICHARD CARL RAY
Football. 1, 2, 43 F.F.A., 1, 2, 3, 4.
GENIQVRRAI. .LOUISE REAVER
Cannon-Aid, Maroon and Wfhite, 1, Z, 3, 4:
G.A.A. Cabinet, 45 G.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 45 Mask and
VVig, Z, 3, 4, National Thespians, 3, 4: Jour-
nalism Club, 1, Z, 33 "Turn Back the Clockng
"Cheaper by the Dozen": Play Committees, 1,
Z, 3, 4.
JACK EDWAIQD Rlalslzlvr
VVAYN1: RICHARD REEDY
"Crudcly" Commercial "XVayne" Agriculture
Cannon-Aid: F.F.A.. 4: Choir, Z, 3g Fish-
ing Club. lg Science, 2.
PEGGY Jorma REED
Maroon and 1rVl1ite, 1, 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. Cabinet,
43 G.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 4g Choir, 3, 45 Chorus, 2, 3,
Journalism Club, 1 3 Dancing Club. Z1 Jour-
nalism Club, 3: Bridge. -l.
F.F.A., 2, 3. 4g Fishing Club, 1.
AGN1-:s CECILA ROGAN
qllemark Springville High, 1, 3: GA..-X., 41
lf .B.L.A., 4.
BARBAM JoA N S ADLIER
"Barb" Q Commercial
Majorette, 1. 2, 3, 4: G.A.A., 1, 2, 3. 43 Li-
brary Staff, 2: Freshman Chorus, l : Homeroom
Secretary, 1, 2, 3.
JOAN FM' Smxlnalzs
Cannon-Aid, G.A.A., lj Majorette, Z, 3, 4:
Majorette Club, l, 2. 3, 43 Play Committees. 3, 4.
Jovclz KAREN SANDERS
Cannon-Aid, Red Cross Council, 1, Z. 3 fVicc
Presicleutb, 4 I,PresidentJZ G..-XA. Cabinet, 4:
G..-X..-X., 1, 2, 3, 4: Mask and XVig, 3, 4: Band.
1, Z: Red Cross Club, 1, 2, 3, 43 Play Commit-
tees, 1, 2, 3.
KES NETH RUSSICLI. Sen L'L'rz
Track, 1, Fishing Club, 1, 2, Safety Club, 4.
FREDERICK O. ScnL"r'r, Ju.
Track, 1, 2, Science Club, 1, Dancing Club,
2: Safety Club, 4.
HELEN Louisa SCHXVARTZ
Class President, 3, Cannon-Aid, 4, Maroon
and White, 1, 2, 3, 4 CCO-News Editorj, Stu-
dent Council, 1, Z. 3, G.A.A. Cabinet, 4:
G.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Mask and VVig, 3, 4, Na-
tional Thespians, 3, 4, Quill and Scroll, 3, 4:
Choir, Z, 3, 4, Chorus, 2, 3, journalism Club.
1, Z, 35 Cannon-Aid Club, 4, "Mumbo Jumbo",
Play Committees, 1, Z, 3, 4, National Honor
SAMUEL L. ScoT'r
Student Council, 1, Mask and 1Vig, 3, 4:
Choir, 1, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Chorus, 1, 2, 3, Band,
1, Z, 3, 4, Orchestra, 4, Science Club, 1, 3:
"Turn Back the Clock," "You Can't Take It
SARAH M. SCo'r'1'
Class Treasurer, 1, Cannon-Aid, 4 CAclver-
tising Managerb, Maroon and VVhite, Z, 3, 4,
Student Council, 1, 3, G.A.A. Cabinet, 3, 4
fTreasurerD: G.A.A., 1, Z, 3, 4, Mask and
XVig, 3, 4, National Thespians, 3, 4, Choir. 4,
Girls' Ensemble, 4, Band, 1, Z, Majorette Club,
1, 2, 3, 4 QHeadD, "Turn Back the Clock",
National Honor Society.
NANCY Joyce Snmcns
Cannon-Aid, 4, Maroon and Vlfhite, 1, 2, 3, 4:
G.A.A., 1, Choir, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Ensemble, 4,
Chorus, Z, 3, 4, Journalism Club, 1, 2, 3, 4,
Phonograph Club. 4, Play Committees, 1.
hlARI,lX VV. SnrNnLE1mCKr:1:
Choir, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Chorus, 2. 3, Battle-
field Club, 1, Chorus Club, Z, 3, Safety Club, 4.
CAROLYN joixx SHRIVER
"Carol n" Commercial
Dancing' Club, 1, Battlefield Club. 2, Phono-
graph Club, 4, Play Committees, Z. 3. 4.
LIIIIING H. SIIUI.'I'z -My L, SIXIQAS
"Lorin'l Agriculture "Adolph" Academic
Football, 1, 2. 31 T1'21Ck, 1. 2, 35 F.F.A., 1, 2, Cannon-Aid, 4 fAd Managerj 3 Basketball, 1,
3. 4: F-17-A. Club, 1. 2, 3- 4- Z. 3, 43 Baseball, 1, 2, 3, 45 Science Club, 1. 2:
"Turn Rack the Clock": Play Committees. 3.
liI.EANoR BI.AxC1I1s SMITH
LI.m'D H.-KROI.II SITES , , ,, .
"Ll l" C ' 1 .
Oyc Ommel-Cla Junior Historians Club, lg Dancing Club, 22
Fishing Club. 1: Chess Club, Z, 3. l7.B.L.A., 4.
HELEN SPIZEIAIAN DORIS JEAN SP0NsEI.I,I2R
"Helen" Commercial "Pug" Academic-Commercial
F.H.l..A., 4. G.A.A., l, Z, 3. -l: Choir, 4: Chorus, 2:
Dancing Club, 1, 2: Phonograph Club. 4: Play
L'ommittees, 2, 3.
l.Ic0 M. STAIGEII
CHAIII.o'I"I'Ic ROAIAINI: SPONSELLER ,
"Sta1g" General 1'
"S 'e" C ' I , ,
Damn Ommercla Track. 1, 2, 3: Choir, 43 Hoys Chorus, 4:
G.A.A. Cabinet, 4: G.A.A., l. Z, 3. 4: Checker Club. 1: Dancing Club, 2: Chess
l7.FS.l...-X., 4: "Ring Arouncl lilizabetlif' Club, 3, .
1'IIII-fy-ffwv ofln S
L no M ILTON Srizlxoru
Track, 2, Choir, Z, 3, 43 Boys' Chorus, 4:
Chorus, 2, 3g Chess Club, 1, 23 Safety Club, 4.
ROB-ERT' EUGENE STRAUSBAUGH
Battlefield Club, lg junior Historians Club,
23 Safety Club, 4.
Nouxm jmx SXYOPE
G.A.A., 33 Majorette Club, 1: Bridge Club.
3 3 F.B.L.A., 4.
ANNA LOUISE. TAUGHINBAUGII
Majorette, 2, 3, 4: Majorette Club. l. 2, 3, 4.
Lois C. TlClIPl.l2
New Cumberland, 1, 2: Secretary, 4: Cannon-
Aid, 4 CCo-Editorb 5 GAA. Cabinet, 4: G.A.A..
3, 4: Mask and Wig. 3. 4: Majorette, Majorette
Club, Z, 3, 43 Play Committees, 3, 4.
IDARREL IEDXVARD T HOMAS
Cannon-Aid, 4, Maroon and VVliite, 2, 3, 4:
Mask and W'ig, 3, 4: National Tliespians, 3, 4:
Quill and Scroll, 3, 45 Science Club, 1, 2:
Journalism Club, 43 Play Committees, Z, 3, 4:
National Honor Society.
Thi rfy-si .1'
RALPH VERNON Tnoxi PSON
l4.l'.A., 1, Z, 3, 45 F.la.A. Club, Z, 3, 4.
BETTY LOUISE TRIQSSLER
Majorette Club, 1: Dancing Club, Z, 3: A
RICHARD LEIGH VV ALTER
Mask and Wig, 4, National Thespians, 4:
Science Club. 1, 4: Dancing Club, 2, Red Cross,
3: "Mumbo Jumbo": Play Committees. 1, 4.
Svnvm ANN WARREN
Cannon-Aid, 4: Red Cross Council, 2, 3 QVice
I-'resident of County Chapterj, 4 QPresident of
County Chapter and Vice President of Gettys-
burg Councill: G.A.A. Cabinet, 4: G.A.A., 1,
2. 3, 4: Mask and VVig, 2, 3, 4 lVice Presi-
dentlg National Thespians, 2. 3 CVice Presi-
dentj, 4: Dancing Club, 1: Red Cross, 2, 3, 4:
"Mumbo Iumbo": Play Committees, 1, 2, 3, 4:
National Honor Society.
Snnu.m' ANN XVAsn1NG'roN
G.A.A., 1. Z, 3, 4: Majorette, 2, 3, 4: Majorette
Club, 1, 2, 3, 4.
.Hn.nA IRENE WISIKPIRT
Corresponding' Secretary, 4: Cannon-Aid, 4:
Maroon and Wliite, 1, 2, 3 CGirls' Sports Edi-
tork, 4: G.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 4: Mask and Wig, 3, 4:
Xational Thespians, 4: Quill and Scroll, 3
CSecretaryJ, 4: Choir, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Ensemble,
4: Chorus, 2, 3: Journalism Club, 1, 2, 3:
Cannon-Aid Club, 4: Play Committees, 1, 2,
Hialalaizlvr A. XVETZIEI.
'l'reasu1'e1', 3: F.F.A., 1. Z, 3, 4: F.F.A. Club,
l, 2, 3, 4.
Rolnairr WAYNE XVIIITI-Ill
Shoemaker High, 1: Track, 2, 3, 4: F.F..-X.,
Z, 3. 4: Science Club, l: F.F.A. Club, 2, 3. 4.
SYLVA ANN XVn.r.m tus
Cannon-Aid, 4: Maroon and VVhite, l, 2, 3,
4: Student Council, 4: G.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 4: Mask
and Wig, 2. 3, 4: National Thespiails, 3. 42
Choir, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Ensemble, 4: Chorus, 2, 3:
Journalism Club, 1. 2, 3: Bridge Club. 4: Play
Committees, 1, Z, 3, 4.
'I' noxms jAcKsoN W1x'x"121t
"J ack" Academic
Cannon-.-Xiql, 4: Maroon and White, 2, 3, 4
lliusiness Managerj: Student Council, 2: Bas-
ketball, 1: Quill and Scroll, 3, 4 CVice Presi-
dcntb: Science Club. 1, 2: Play Committees, 4.
NIARY ANN XIVITHEROXV
" Patty" Academic
G.A.A., 1, 2. 3, 4, Majorette Club, lg Nurs-
ing Club, 23 Library Club, 35 Bridge Club, 4.
SUZANNE ELL!-:X ZiEG1.1zR
Class President, 1. 4: Cannon-Aid, 43 Ma-
roon and VVhite, 2. 3 fCo-Feature Editorl, 4,
Student Council, 1, 2, 3, 45 C1.A.A. Cabinet, 4
CSecretaryD 9 G.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 45 Mask and Wig,
3, 45 National Thespians. 4g Quill and Scroll,
3, 4 CPresidentDg Journalism Club. 1, Z, 3:
Cannon-Aid Club, 4: "Turn Back the Clock"3
Play Committees, 2, 3, 4: Cheerleading, 1, 2, 3,
4: National Honor Society.
In Memory of
Richard Boyd, our friend and classmate for
many years, was always full of fun and mischief.
His bright and cheery ways will be sadly missed
by his classmates.
Heaven gave him all at onceg then suatch'd away,
Ere mortals all his beauties could survey 1
just like the flower that buds and Withers in a day.
208A I 107 A
Diehl, Anna Mary
Geigley, Shirley Ann
George, Mary Anne
Ketterinan, N aney X
Kiinple, Louise l
Kint, Doris l
Knox, lfVillia1n 1
Lighter, Susan i
VIOLA ALBRIGHT-This girls prefers fried
chicken, apple pie "a la mode." dancing and popular
music. "Vi," who is looking forward to marriage to a
certain soldier, remembers when she received her
glittering ring. She shuns stuck-up people. "'Holy
cow," mutters this gal.
EDVVIN BACHMAN-"Oh my gosh!" how "Ed"
hates chemistry quizzes and homework. He really goes
for hamburgs. French fries and cherry ice cream. Be-
ing picked as co-sports editor of the "Maroon and
VVhite" certainly pleased this lad, who will enter G-
Burg College in the fall.
VVILLIAM BAGOT-This future salesman remem-
bers his first day in G.H.S. as a pretty swell experience.
"Bill" hates homework but his enjoyment of skating
and shrimp makes up for it. "Told you so" will express
his opinion anywhere.
CAROLINE BARAL-This saxophone player has
fond memories of her first day in Gettysburg High
School. "Carol" really likes French fries. "No kidding"
says "Carol" when she thinks back over her days in
MARY LOU BARR-"Are you kidding?" ques-
tions "Peggy" when asked if she likes fried chicken
and football games. This future typist turns thumbs
down to showoffs. A vacation in Hartford, Conn., will
always be remembered by this girl.
JOHN BEEGLE-"Reb" is planning to become a
chiropractor after graduation. This lad. who detests
those chemistry experiments, often expresses himself
by exclaiming "what-cha sayin'?" He is exceedingly
fond of fried chicken and sports and really remembers
breaking the school record for the mile.
CEORGE BENDER-Girls that smoke and spec-
tators that think they're better than the players are
two of the pet peeves of "Sam." He likes sports and
is fond of French fries, cherry pie and milkshakes.
"Sam" says, "Aw, shucksf' when someone mentions
his winning the 1952 golf tournament.
VALJOY BENDER-"Val" would have com-
pletely enjoyed her years at G.H.S. if she could have
disposed of people who associate in a closed group.
This attractive gal enjoys hiking and can be heard to
express herself thus-"You tryin' to jive me dub?"
FRED BOVVER-"Hotte" really likes baseball, but
he exclaims "Chase away John!" when he remembers
the time he was hit in the head with a golf ball. Fred
says he's uncertain about going to college but he does
know he likes Maryland fried chicken.
BONNIE BRYSON--"Bonnie" is a gal who really
dislikes English speeches but horseback riding and
drawing she enjoys. "Oh, my gosh!" exclaimed this
senior over winning the Sesqui-Centennial Seal Con-
test. Planning to be a commercial artist, "Ronnie" will
attend Kutztown College.
JOHN CARTER-"Monty," lover of sports and
food, who is looking ahead to a future of coaching.
really gets peevcd by people who think they know it
all. This senior will always remember scoring a touch-
down in his senior year.
JOHN CLAPSADDLE-"Jack" is particularly
fond of beef steak, shrimp, and ice cream. This future
fruit farmer likes to spend his spare time hunting. "I
have said" is a favorite saying of "Jack," but girls
who swear and drink don't rate at all with him.
PAUL CLAPSADL-You'll find "Charlie" roller
skating and guzzling milkshakes and hamburgers dur-
ing any leisure hours. Chemistry quiz time is definitely
"taboo" to this fellow who wishes to repeat the F.F.A.
week at Penn State-with more than twenty-four
hours a day.
KATHERINE COLEMAN-This future history
teacher really goes for steak and mushrooms. but
exclaims "For pete's sake" at chemistry quizzes and
jealous people. Swimming, reading, and going to foot-
ball games are hits with "Kay," who won't forget
those Hhen sessions" and being yearbook editor.
DEVVEY COLLINS-This lad from 208-A hates
too much homework. French fries and hamburgs make
up "Screwball's favorite meal. Sports really appeal to
this senior. The crystal ball leaves him guessing.
JOE CRABIl.l.-"Joe's" just crazy about football,
roller skating. and eating. but surely hates to do home-
work. "XVell, holy heck." exclaims this potential
plumber or mason who just loves to sink his teeth in
a well-groomed banana split.
NITA DAVIS-"Ni," who plans to be a nurse in
the future, likes to sew in her spare time. She is al-
ways glad to see French fries with her meals. People
who gossip just don't rate and she shall never forget
her first day at G.H.S.
RICHARD DAYHOFF-"You must be crazy with
the heat!" exclaims "Gus" when confronted with
homework or stuck-up girls. However, this athletic
fellow really goes for steak and French fries. VVinning
the South Penn Football Championship is an experience
this future college man won't forget.
VVILLIAM DECKER-"Bill" has distinguished
himself as a "clown" during his four years of hating
homework and liunking speed tests. VVith "thumbs
down" on stuck-up girls, you'll hear "Decker" yell
"Hot dog, there you go!" when you mention our vic-
tory over York in basketball.
VVILLIAM DEHAAS--This senior really goes for
steaks smothered in mushrooms and memories of scor-
ing a touchdown against Shippensburg. "Bill" likes
movies but he can't stand those chemistry experi-
ments. "Roll them" exclaims this fellow who plans to
go to Penn State.
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Linn, Betty ,lo
Saunders, Mary Louise
Snyder, Dora Mae
Gray. Mary Ann
Oyler, Isabel i
Rhodes, Mary Lou
Shealer, Billie Mae
Smith, Herman C.
F MM TF vu
llreain, Peggy .lo
H artinan, XValdo
Light, Gary Ci.
Martin, W'ilbur G.
M ickey, Barbara
l'aris, Freddie Jo
Sch ri vcr, Roland
F eathers, Joan
F etter, Larry
Korte, Susan G.
F ox, Shirley
H ellin, Glenn
H enry, VVilbur
H ughes, Fred
R ebert, Elaine
Scott, Nllilliam Ci.
Scott, VVilliam H.
Xvhitefl, Rose Marie
Cargas, Angela -
Kuinp, Marilyn '
Kuykendall, Mary Lon
McCleaf, Grover G.
M cl Jannell, lYarren
Martz, Mary Ellen
Mickey. Mary j2l11C
X owicki, Edward
Schwartz, Mary ja11e
Strornan, Rose Marie
Townsend, Melveni 1
NVel1s, Sara jean
UNDERCLASSMEN SNAPSHOT PAGE
Retreat! I ! 2. Quiet, please!
Line forms at the rear! 4. Eat, drink, and lie merry
Smile, Roger. 6. Veni, Vidi, Vici.
Is that Hartley? 8. The stars will remember.
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Grace, Fred .
Keller, Roland i
Mr. Paul Grove
Oates, Norma V
Geigley, Shirley Anne
Diehl, Anna Mary
F ortenbaugh, Ann
LeV an, Susanne
BOYS' CHCRUS , '
Ifirs! Row: Lvff fu lffgflzl: XV. Swisher, D. Gifford, J. XVCavc1'. I.. Stcimmr, XY. Decker, R. Dillmau, Director
.S'm'u11ff linux' R. Felix, R. Wfeikert. P. Kcttermau, J. Jrmcs. S. Scott, IJ. Dcntlcr, R. Minter.
First Rauf: Luft to Riglzl: L. Felix, V. W'ar1'e11, B. xViliICI'0XK', P. Raffei1spcrgc1'. C. Lott, J. Little, J. Mussel-
man, C. Patterson, Director P. Grove.
Secwzzz' lx'mv.' D. Burgncr, B. Snyder, S. Lighter, H. Wcikurt, K. Culcmzm, S. Gciglcy, H. Wcishaar, Scharf.
5. Asiiuus. V '
Third Row: N. Shields, S. NVagnild, E. Liglitncr, S. I-CVZll1, J. Mehring. J. Deardori, S. Scott. A. Fortenbaugli.
First 1Y'0'iU.' Left to Rigllf: D. Sponseller, M. Murray, J. Sanders, B. Sadler, R. Ray, M. Schratweiser, L.
Temple, A. McDannell, P. Cargas, B. Weisliaar, D. Topper, C. Hewitlt, M. Sauter, M. Gray.
4 .Second Row: Mr, P. Grove, J. Martin, A. Shields, C. Seliriver, B. Hankey, D. Bolen, S. VVagnild, N. Scott,
,l. Nett, B. Milne, J. Rudisill, S. Oyler, A. Ferebee.
Third Row: C. Kleppinger, S. Geigley, E. Fiscle, B. Miller, B. Maring, B. Neary, E. McDannell, J. Barrick,
D. Kint, P. Long, I. Landsberger, P. Oyler, S. Dubbs.
Fourfh Row: J. Guise, M. Hiekl. L. Staiger, R. Crouse, R. Felix. J. Jones. D. Raffensperger, I. Hartzell, C.
Riggeal. I. Oyler. J. Bridendolph.
First Row: Left in Riglzt: J. Sanders, B. Hankey, D. Dolly, K. Coleman, A. McDannell, R. Crouse, S. Ziegler,
A. Fortenbaugll, S. NVilliams.
Second Row: Miss Mclllienny, j. Singley, K. Smith, R. Zeien, S. Musscr. C. VVesterdah1, R. Rohrbaugh, R.
Hixon, Mr. Troxell.
'llzird Ruw: D. Shnll, O. XVyatt. J. Mehring, D. Burgner, R. M. Hartman, H. Fox, J. Coleman.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
First Row: Lcff fo Ifiqlzis Nl. A. George, S. Scott, R. Hixou, J. Little. M. Fiscel, A. M'cDaunell, S. Lighter
H. Schwartz, S, Ziegler. '
.S'k'v0:1id I?'0'zv: K, Coleman, S. XVarrc11. A. lnskip, Carter, E. Bachmau, C. Krout, D. Thomas, R. Hill, A
QUILL AND SCROLL
lfirsf lfmu: Left fo Right: J. Little, S. Ziegler, H. VVeikert, A. McDan11cll, M. A, George, Mrs. Joseph.
506071117 l?n'zv: H. Schwartz, B. Bryson, E. Bachman, C. Krout, D. Thomas, A. Forteuhaugh, S. Lighter.
MASK AND WIG
l"1'1'slKuw.' Left to K1'gl1t.' H. SCl1WZlI'lZZ, S. VVilliams, M. A. George, K. Coleman, S. XVarre11, C. Kruut, A
MeDa1mell, P. Raffensperger, J. Little, Af McDaunell, Mr. Stezin.
.Srrmzd Row: NV. Swislier. l.. Temple. J. Sherman, S. Scott, S. Ziegler, A. Forteubaugh, H. Wfeikert, S. Lighter
A. M. Diehl, G. Haruer. S. l-eVan, P. Shriver, E. XVells, H. Smith.
Third Row: H. Fox, B. Keefer, E. Bachmau, P. Pemlillgtou, R. W'alter, S. Scott, D. Dentler. XV. Decker
G. Peters, P. lfieholtz, R. liversole. R. Hill, J. Hartley. D. Tliolnas, I. I-lartzell.
NATIONAL THESPIAN SOCIETY
lfirsf Nutv: Left in Rigid: S. XYilliams, M. A. George. K. Coleman, S. XVarren. C. Krout, A. McDannell, P.
RZJ.H611SIJCI'gC1', J. Little, Mr. Stezin.
.S'f'r0nd Row: H. Schwartz, S. Scott, S. Ziegler, A. Fortenbaugh, H. YVeikert, S. Lighter, G. Hamer, S. l.eVan,
'llhirfl Rare: D. 'l'h0mas, E. Bachman. P. Pennington, R. XValter, D. Deutler, R. Hill, hl. Hartley.
MARGON AND WHITE STAFF
Front Row: Luft to Right: Mrs. Ruth Joseph, Business Staff Adviser: M. A. George, B. Hankey, H. Schwartz,.A. McDannell,
R. Felix, J. Winter, D. Thomas, S. Ziegler, A. Fortenbaugh, H. Weikert, E. Bachman, Miss N. Louise Ramer, Ed1t.or1alAdv1ser.
Second Row: D. Frew, J. Little, S. Scott, N. Shields, B. Bryson, K. Coleman. S. Williams, S. Lighter, G. Reaver, P. Reed,
C. Krout, P. Pennington.
Third Row: M. Murray, B. Witherow. I. Jacoby. L. Felix, S. Gilbert, J. Coleman, E. Null, Y. Settle, E. Wells, M. Hoy,
J. Deardorlf, J. Musselman. A
S Fourth Row: J. Keefer, B. Snyder, J. Sherman, A. McDannell, C. Smith, W. Drake, D. M. Snyder, G. Harner, P. Schrwer,
Fifth Row: W. Swisher, H. Fox, L. Crowl, J. Hartley, P. Wilson, S. Mickley, M. Long.
First Row: Left to Right: E. Scharf, C. Patterson, M. Murray, B. Hankey, E. Bachman, S. Ziegler, H. Schwartz, R. Felix, A.
McDannell, A. Fortenbaugh, H. Weikert, S. Williams, J. Little.
Second Row: B. Snyder, S. Mickley, B. Witherow, J. Keefer, M. A. George, N. Shields, G. Harner, D. M. Snyder, D. Mc-
Dannell, J. Hughes. L. Felix, R. Hartman, B. Barnes.
Third Raw: M. Long, I. Jacoby, D. Smith, Y. Settle, H. Filsinger, M. A. Gray, A. Ferrebee, B. Manning, P. Cargas, S.
Asimus, Miss Ramer, Adviser.
Fourth Row: V. Wachter, N. Ramer, S. Little, 0. Wyatt, M. Wetzel, A. Heller, B. J. Linn, J. Landsperger, J. Deardorff, J.
Musselman, P. Schriver, E. Wolfe.
Fifth Now: V. Scott, M. Seibert, J. Mehring, V. Maust, S. Temple, E. Wells, M. Hoy, J. Sherman, A. McDannell, P. Wilson,
J. Bushey, T. Gormley.
Sixth Row: A. Sterner, L. Crawl, R. Weikert, D. Gifford, J. Coleman, J. Hartley, D. Thomas, J. Winter, R. Pennington, R.
FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA
First Row: Loft to Right: Miss Eva Jane Schwartz, Adviser, S. Moritz, 2nd V. Pres.: J. Topper, Song Leader: S. Flickinger,
Historian: S. LeVan, Pres.: Ellen Fiscle, lst V. Pres.: B. Hankey, Treas.: P. Oyler.
Second Row: M. Sauter, S. Manahan, D. McGlaughlin, P. Barr, N. Mickey, A. Moritz, V. Stonesifer, D. Bulen.
Third Row: B. Kimple, A. Brennan, N. Davis, D. Knox, N. Kettei-man, D. Adams, J. Briclendolph, Sec.: J. Haukey, M. Miller
Fourth Row: H. Shultz, S. Shultz, R. Kepner, D. Leist, S. Plank, Ii. Fohl. L. Smith. G. Lawver.
FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA
Front Rom: Left to Night: Mr. Glenn, R. Brown. F. Maring, A. Shanebrook, T. Ellerlge, D. Dolly, L. Shultz, H. Wetzel, R.
Ray, J. Crabill, D. Hall, W. Martin, R. Flickinger, E. Null, C. Manahan, Mr. Schriver.
Second Row: K. Sterner, W. Orner, R. Flickinger, D. Maring, P. Clapsadl, R. Wickline, J. Sanders, G. Carey, R. Shealer, W.
Thompson, E. Fiscle, D. Naugle.
Third Raw: W. Plank, H. Stonesifer, P. Waddell, L. Starner, T. Crouse, D. Biesecker, T. Crouse, H. Leatherman, M. Durboraw,
C. Spence, R. Musselman, J. Singley, I. Ridinger.
Fourth Row: J. Miller, C. Kennell, J. Myers, M. Shultz, J. Dillon. R. Reynolds, F. McDanne1l, H. Millhimes, R. Heflin, G.
Dellinger, D. Heagey, A. Price, R. Whited, R. Reedv, J, Rebert.
Fifth Row: K. Lightner, R. Wolf, M. Wetzel, F. 'Grace, D. Sibert, J. Culvard, F. Hartman, C. Sterner, W. Ridinger, G. Zepp,
Front Row: Left to Ifiglizi: Mr. O'Brien, R. Strausbaugh, Fred Schutt, L. Hartman, R. Miller, J. Peters, J. Skinner, K
Schultz. K. Knox.
Seqonrl Raw: M. Shindledecker, R. Hart, G. Harner. C. Heffner, T. Culp, J. Hartzell, P. Eicholtz, S. Knox.
Third Row: L. Stemour. P. Kennell, G. Hartzell, E. Kane. E. Sease, K. McGlaughlin, R. Hepfer.
F7AT8f Row: Left to Right: Mrs. Kenneth Hull, Adviser: M. Hoy, E. Swope, N. Swope, F. Dolly, S. Lighter, A. Inskip, J
Larmer, S. Warren, J. Martin, S. Dublos.
Second Row: J. Staiger, C. Brumhaugh, M. J. Smith, A. Taylor, M. McDannell, K. Craig, D. Carter, J. Warren, S. Stuckey
E. Clapsaddle, J. Crowl.
Third Row: N. Wolff, J. Stuckey, J. Staiger, J. Riley, J. Taylor, J. Taughinbaugh, J. Austin, B. Wilson, L. Stull, J. Murray
Fourth Row: A. Becker, M. Gilbert, M. McDannell, J. Klinefelter, W. McCleaf, J. Weaver, C. Carey, N. Nail, B. Little, M
Runkle, N. Klinefelter.
Fifth Row: S. Sny-ler, B. Scott, J. Stoner, H. Myers, H. Beamer, R. Baker, V. Thompson, S. Wagaman, M. L. Kuykendall,
D. Shultz, J. Mickey.
Siavth Row: J. Griest, M. Kump, R. M. Strurnan, P. Myers, J. Nary, J. Wells, S. Stull.
Not on picture: B. Nelson, N. Brechbiel, E. Nowicki, S. Wentz, D. Webster, M. Schratweiser.
SENIOR HIGH SCIENCE CLUB
Front Row: Luft to Right: Mr. Cessna, C. Smith, President: R. Zeien, Vice President: D. Barnes, SeCl'ef11I'Y! F- B2-k91', TF99-S'
urer: J. Bowmuster, H. Smith, S. Small.
Sac-ond Row: E. Warren. O. Stevens, B. Dillman, C. Livingston, D. Carter, F. Guise. A. Shultz, R. Clapsaddle.
Third Row: V. Re, G. Boyd, D. Thomas, R. Barnes, K. Smith, E. Martin, L. Shindledecker. l
Fourth. How: R. Walter, J. Cole, T. Goorlermuth, R. Creager, R. Overcash, D. Cluck, J. Paris, B. Swisher.
FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA
First Row: Luft to Right: Miss Little, Adviser: B. Mating, Sec.: J. Plank, Treas.: B. Tressler, Pres.g B. Neary V. Pres.: L.
Hartman, Reporter: C. Sponseller, E. Smith.
Snroilcl Row: D. Livingston, F. Jones, D. Kint, J. Trostle, V. Bender, J. Little, D. Parr.
Third Row: J. Guise, H. Speelman, P. Moritz, E. Cauffman, P. Baker, N. Swope, D. Neely.
First Row: Left to Right: Mr. Fidler. F. Bower, L. Staiger, G. Bender, R. Crouse, O. Hell.
Second Row: L. Swope, J. Beegle, W. Drake, G. Staley, P. Baughman, C. Rudisill, K. Miller.
Third Row: R. Wetzel, L. Fidler, K. Shindledecker, L. Stultz. W. Little, E. Shetter.
HEALTH ROOM ASSISTANTS
1 zrst Rau Left to Rtght M15 Dxehl Eva Swope Ruth Etta Plfmk Charlotte Hewitt Nancy Ramex Maureen Murxay Nadme
Tlwrrl Rau Calol Balal Peggy Reed Jean Hartzell Kay Clam Jayne Mumpen Jamce Lescaleet Ruth Shull
Seqvmi.Ro'w: Barbara Miller, Linda Mickley, Shirley Plank, Barbara Parr, Kitty Wenachhof, Jackie Larmer.
RED CROSS COUNCIL
First Ilmv: Loft to Right: Miss Mary Hartman, Adviser: D. Moser, S. Matthews. ll. Bowling, P. Harmon, K. Craig, S. Bow-
man, J. Sanders, S. Warren, C. liaral. E. Lightner, Mrs. Ruth Wisler, Adviser.
Second Row: A. Olson, D. DeVivu, E. Dorr, N. Thomas, D. Neely, A. lnskip, M. ltunkle, B. Scott, N. Scott, J. Hartzell, H.
Rosenberry, K. Wenschhof, H. Spence.
Third Row: M. Matthews, B. Smith, E. Kaseberg, A. Barnes, J. Larmer. D. Moritz, N. Riggeal, P. Hinkle, C. Ginevan, B.
Klocker, S. Adams, S. Reed, J. Mumper, W. Woods.
Fowrth Row: J. Deckert. A. Becker, J. Griest, M. Kump, F. Reaver, D. Dracha, J. Plank, L. Miekley, N. Landis, M. Mill-
himes, B. Matthews, J. Peters, D. Nett.
JUNIOR HIGH STUDENT COUNCIL
Back Row: Left to Right: J. Wagnild, R. Stull, J. Crist, S. Fox, B. Pennington, D. Spence, D. Reel, A. Jordan, M. J.
Front Row: Mr. Folkenroth, li. Little, D. Fissel, N. Guise, H. Weimer, J. Reuning, H. Shull. A. Holoka, Miss Snyder.
JUNIOR HIGH SCIENCE CLUB
First Row: Left to Right: Mr. Jack Cessna, Adviser: P. Pennington, Pres.: H. Mcllhenny, V. Pres.: J. Taylor, Treas.: J. Wag-
nild, Sec.: J. Clapsaddle, G. Glenn.
Second Row: C. Carey, J. Nett, W. Schutt, K. Kane, R. Zeigler, K. Mummert, R. Pyle, C. Washington, J. Bream.
Third Row: M. Hall, C. Hill, M. Byers, J. Geyer, G. Hoak, R. Hankey, D. Weikert, L. Herring, G. Settle.
Fourth Row: F. Hughes, R. Stull, J. Black, W. Lowe. G. Light, J, Kunkle, K. Kenner, H. Harmon, R. Little.
Fifth. Raw: F. Kriner, G. Lower, R. Kelley, R. Potter, G. Keefer, R. Kriner, J. Butterfield, R. Schriver.
Sixth Row: A. Witherow, J. Reed, W. I-Ielwig, S. Weaver, N. Brechbiel, R. Hess.
First Row: Left to Right: Miss Boyer, Marjorie Gilbert, Barbara Keefer, Martha Buwmaster, Mary Bowmaster, Ann Baker,
President: Dorris McKenrick.
Second Row: Glenda Miller, Nancy White, V. Pres.: Marie Bowling. Rebecca Bondurant, Elaine Rebert, Secretaryg Ruth
Third Row: Dorothy Lawther, Phyllis Hankey, Treasurer: Carol Brumbaugh, Janey Trostle, Carolyn Raffensperger.
First Row: Left to Right: L. Sachs, Adviser: L. Shultz, K. Elleclge, J. McCleaf, E. Little, S. Steinour, A. Re, K. Keefer, D.
Weimer, M. Reese, C. Miller, R. McClea.f.
Second Row: D. Flohr, J. Thompson, R. Cook, G. Heiner, R. Ditzler, G. Sprecher, D. Smith, R. Little, L. Woerner, J. Staigfer,
Third Row: D. Eckert, D. Crone, D. Kimple, R. Baltzley, K. Cullison, R. Becker, W. Mallette, R. Heintzelman.
Fourth Row: T. Brown, S. Long, T. James, R. Dracha, E. Thomas, T. Marks, R. Staley, F. Smith, E. Nowicki.
FUTURE BACHELORS OF AMERICA
First Row: Left to Right: D. Miller, A. Treher, J. Fox, F. Tonsil, R. Steinour. G. White, Mrs. Staley.
Secpnd Row: W, Olson, C. Beasly, D. Rentzel, D. Weimer, R. Sharrah, F. Stouck, D. Weaver.
Thrrd Row: R. Fidler, W. Hartman, C. Tressler, E, Huntsberger. Not present, R. Stough.
EMBROIDERY AND CROCHETING CLUB
First Row: Left to Right: L. Wilkinson, J. Clapsadclle, A. Jordan, A. Baltozer. D. Fissel, M. Baker, B. Little, C. Wilkinson
S. Woodward, J. Wells, Miss Alice Snyder, Adviser.
Second Uozv: S. Holoka, S. E. Snyder, M. McDannell. I. Miller, J. Baker, M. E. Martz, J. Lank, R. Baker, C. McDannell
Third Row: Faye Vlfenschhof, E. Leatherman, S. Patterson. K. Fleming, K. Menges, L. Mitchell, A. Angell, J. Nary, B. Kime
Fourth Row: J. Hay, N. Bigham, R. Swisher, D. Richardson, N. Richardson, B. Shindledccker, D. Baltozer, N. J. Hartman
First Row: Left to Right: Mr. Arthur Stezin, Adviser: li. Spence, S. Speelman, K. Kessler, R. Stroman, J. Speelman, P. Tip-
ton, N. Wolf, M. Luckenbaugh, D. Plank, J. Newman.
ShSaco1zcl Row: R. Sadler, R. Shryock, J. Crawl, S. Black, S. Larmer, B. Kerrigan, P. Hertz, D. Gonder, L. Kerrigan, G.
Third Row: N. Kargas, L. Fetter, G. Heller, C. Speelman, R. Speelman, R. Shindledecker, B. Newman, S. Stull, L. Stull.
Fourth. Row: J. Kennell, N. Kennell, F. Filsinger, F. Dreger, J. Sauter, D. Redding.
R. Woodward, M. Kroushour, F. Knipple, T. Kitzmiller, J. Huffalcer, G. Hefiin, R. Heiner, D. Heagley, J. Shaffer, S. Staley,
M. Wherley, R. Stahley, H. Stultz, H. Wagner, D. Wileman, D. Woerner, J. Coleman, S. Brent, J. Armisteali, A. 130019. C: Plank.
H. Peters, B. Peters, R. A. Painter, F. Naugle, K. Myers, R. Miller, E. Meade, R. Little, R. Llghtner, C. Llghtner, J. Flssel, J.
Feathers, D. Forsythe, E. White, B. Pennington, J. Harmon, J. Crist. Advisers: R. Bream, R. Sheads.
First Row: Left to Right: P. Grove, Director: M. Hickl, S. Geigley, D. Sponseller, C. Schriver, N. Shields.
Second Row: D. Raifensperger, I. Oyler, D. Witherow, D. Burgner, C. Westerdahl.
Third Row: J. Jones, T. Raffensperger, J. Weaver, R. Williams.
FISHING CLUB JUNIOR HIGH LIBRARY CLUB
First Row: Lvft to Right: Mr. Haehnlen, J. Wfeber, R. First Raw: Lrfl to Right: Mrs. Kenneth Hull, Adviser
XVetzel, P. Scott, D. Ridinger, XV. Slifer. M. Peusiuger, I. Mickley, H. Myers.
Scrmzd Row: R. Topper. G. VVeaver, R. Hess, G. Svroud Row: B. W'est, A. Taylor, M. I. Smith, P. Myers
NVeishaar, D. Kessel, R. Mitchell. Third Row: R. M. VVhited. J. Vauderwall, L. Stough, D
Third Row: 1. Coshun, E. Staley, T. XVilliams, B. Shealer, Stoner.
W. Rhoades. Nut an piftizrf: A. Slothour,
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BRIDGE CLUB STAMP CLUB
Front Row: Left to Right: M. Clapsaddle. M. A. With- Front Row: Lcft lu Right: Mr. liolkeuroth, Shirley Fox,
erow, P. Raffensperger, S. Gilbert. B. Hankey, B. Mil11e. Aim Eckert, Rita King, Angela Cargas.
Back Row: j. Martin, C. Cleppinger, F. Dolly, P. Read, Back Row: David Schmidt, Michael Sheaffer, George
S. XVilliams, Lighter. Shafer, Gerry VVentz.
JUNIOR HIGH CHORUS
Row Une: Left to Right: B. Korte, J. Stuckey, S. Korte, P. Wickline, F. Sneade, C. Ketterman, D. Reel, I. Crouse, S. Sanders,
J. Riley, J. Staiger, S. Sterner, S. Johnson, M. Baker, M. McDannelI, M. Johns, S. Kennell, Miss Russell.
Row Two: J. Staiger, J. Currens, D. Kimple, N. Naill, J. Murray, N. Sterner, D. Baker, S. Smith, D- SDGTICC, N- SPON-
seller. A. Shultz, P. Cleveland, J. Kendlehart, S. Britcher, D. Himes. 1
Row Three: J. Weaver, S. Redding, W. McCleaf, A. Spence, A. Holoka, A. Light, E. Davis, B. Darrah, R. Kesshng, S. Hew-
itt, M. Mason, J. Bankard, M. Stalb, J. Mallett.
Hou- 1"mm-: S. Shindledecker, J. Topper, S. Welsh, M. Lighter, J. Higham, D. Palmer, H. Weimer, D. Wolff, P. Bankard, S.
Stuckey, E. Paddock, H. Barley, J. Simpson, S. Wentz, S. Oliver, S. Dick.
JUNIOR HIGH CHOIR
Row Our: Luft to Right: B. Snence, P. Wickline, F. Sneade, D. Kimple, R. Kessling, S. Matthews, S. Redding, S. Sanders,
A. Baker, D. Reel. J. Staiger, J. Bankard, S. Oliver, N. Shaner, J. Newman, M. Luclcenbaugh, A. Shultz. J. Baker.
Row T14-0: J. Staiger, J. Stuckey, P. Tipton, M. Brent, C. Ketterman, D. Reel. D. Baker, M. Baker, S. Dick, H. Weimer,
A. Stotler, F. Wenschoff, S. Sterner, D. Himes.
Row Three: W. McCleaf, M. Lighter, E. Kerrigan, N. Sterner, J. Speelman, S. Smith, D. Spence, S. Reed, N. Riggal, N.
Sponseller, J. Kennell, D. Dracha, J. Deckert, A. Spence, A. Holoka.
Row Four: J. Weaver, K. Myers, S. Speelman, L. Mehring, M. Fissel, A. Barnes, M. Bowmaster, A. Baker, E. Rebert, J.
Feathers, C. Nutter, D. Wolf. R. Bankard, S. Stuckey, S. Johnson, E. Paddock.
Row Fivu: E. Greenwald, P. Shultz, J. Currens, K. Koontz, J. Topper, S. Shindledecker, S. Welsh, S. Wentz, J. Simpson, S.
Hewitt, C. lirumbaugh, M. Mason, E. Davis, B. Darrah.
Row Six: J. Murray, E. Clapsaddle, N. Nail, F. Riley, M. McDannell, M. Johns, M. Seymour, A. Shultz, D. Palmer, S. Black,
M. Lighter, J. Bigham, S. Britcher, J. Kendlehart.
Row Seven: D. Forsythe.
Row Eight: T. Thomas, J. Smith, R. Miller, K. Kane, R. Keller, F. Snyder. N. Brechbiel, P. Cleveland, I. Crouse, M. Stalb,
G. Riley, L. Wilkinson.
DONALD DENTLER-"Aw cut it out," f'Don"
tells people who act like snobs. Sports and ham rate
top priority with this guy. The Christmas season of
his junior year will be first in his list of memories.
ANNA MARY DIEHL-"Annie" dislikes people
who aren't courteous but "grads" she really goes for
cheeseburgers, dancing, and roller skating. Being
initiated into the "Mask and VVig" is what "Annie"
will always remember most. After graduation she
hopes to attend business school.
XVILLIAM DILLMAN-"Bill," who plans to be a
chef, is fond of cooking and eating beef stew. "Honesty
is the best policy" are his words to the wise as he re-
calls his first day at G.H.S.
DALE DOLLY-Judging at Penn State is the most
memorable experience of "Dale," who likes to spend
his spare time lifting weights or drinking milkshakes.
He is often heard saying, "That's right cool," but not
about people who use "ponies" in chemistry class.
"Dale" hopes to enter Penn State.
FAYE DOLLY-Her first day in G.H.S. is the
most memorable experience of "Pee Wee," who likes
to spend her time howling or collecting white pennies.
"It's a force of habit" for "Pee Wee" to be fond of
sea foods, especially shrimp. Conceited people clon't
rate very high with this future nurse.
PAUL EICHOLTZ-Tops on "Itchy's list is angel
food cake, but conceited people really hit the bottom.
He likes to work on his TV set and exclaims "Cheese
and crackers" when he remembers the time he danced
on television, Radio school is in the future.
RICHARD EVERSOLE, JR.-"Don't let it worry
you" advises this fan of VVest Virginia style fried
chicken. "Dick" dislikes girls who smoke and people
labeled Snobs. Roller skating is his favorite pastime.
In the crystal ball 'ADiCk', sees Franklin and Marshall
RODNEY FELIX-"Rod" is planning to attend
college-a future newspaperman from Penn State.
This lad really remembers the Pennsylvania Press
Conference in Allentown in 1950. Sports, music. and
girls make "Rod" happy, but he frowns when he hears
ELLEN FISCLE-High heels worn with socks
don't rate very high with "Mandy," who is very fond
of chile con came on top of mashed potatoes. Collecting
colored movie star pictures takes up her extra time.
"Mandy," who can be heard saying "Don't know, do
ya?" well remembers her sophomore year and the bus
ride to the farm show.
MARLIN FISCEL-Naturally our star athlete's
hobby is sports but as for playing records he thinks
"That's okayu too. "Skip," who sees College in the
future, frowns upon girls that crack gum but gives
out with his broad smile at spaghetti and pot pie.
VVinning a Hershey football game in the rain and mud
will never be forgotten.
ANN FORTENBAUGH-Sea food and sports
appeal to this peppy senior who hates irresponsibility.
This future kindergarten teacher who can be heard
saying "Upon my soul," during a "hen session," best
remembers Christmas vacation her junior year and
being elected co-feature editor of the "Maroon and
HENRY Fox AND BILL Sw1sHi-:R
1952 VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM
First Roto: Left to Right: Livingston, Smith, Wliite, Culp, Evans, VVesterdahl, T. Crouse, Penn.
.S'c'r01id Row: Hartley, Tonsel, Robt. Miller, DeHaas, W. Knox, R. Miller, Dayhoff, R. Carter, R. Ray, Skin
ner, Peters, I. Carter, Fiscel, Hill, Dentler.
Third Raw: R. Sachs, Spence. Becker, Bushey, Willianis, Musser, Schmitt, Baughman, Paris, Thomas, Bush
man, R. Crouse, Everly, Dillman, H. Shoemaker.
W'estminster, O 3 Gettysburg, 25 Shippensburg, 65 Gettysburg, 32
Delone, 7 5 Gettysburg, 33 Chambersburg, 63 Gettysburg, 6
Carlisle, Org Gettysburg, 33 Hershey. 13: Gettysburg, O
Hanover, 9, Gettysburg, 7 Mechanicsburg, 65 Gettysburg, O
Vllaynesboro, 133 Gettysburg, 40
Richard Dayhoff, Co-Capt.
VVon, 5g Lost, 3: Tied, I
JUNIOR VARSITY SCHEDULE
Hanover, 6 5 Gettysburg, 0
Robert Miller, Co-Capt.
Donald Dengler, Mgr
L LXIVIAI N5 AIANAGFR
JL N 1oR CHN RLEADrRb
SENIOR CH IEERLEADZERS
SENIUR HIGH VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM
S1'1'z'iug.' Leff fo Right: I. Beegle, R. Dayhoff, J. Carter, I. Sixeas, I. Skinner, R. Hixon, M. Fiscel, G. Bender
Standing .' R. Crouse, Mgr.g R. Rohrbaugh, P. Ketterman, P. Baughman, I. Schmitt, G. Penn, W. Decker Mgr
V. Home Home
Hagerstown ....,... ..... 5 7 Hanover .,..,... 60
Vlfestminster ,.,..... ..... 6 9 Chambersburg 54
Delone .............. ,.... 5 I Delone ..........,,....., ,,,w, 4 9
York ,...r. 69 Carlisle ............ ,,,,, 4 6
Alumni .... .. .... 61 Shippensburg ..,,.. ,,r,, 7 3
Carlisle ..........,..... ..... 4 5 Vlfaynesboro -- 59
Shippensburg 68 Hershey ...,.,,......... 53
Wayiieslnoro .....,.. ...v. 4 7 Mechanicsburg 66
Hershey ................ ..... 4 I Hanover ........ - .... ..... 5 7
Mechanicsburg 54 Chambersburg 61
WO11, 145 Lost 6
Marlin Fiscel Robert Hixon George Penn
Richard Dayhoff QCapt.j Jay Sixeas Robert Rohrbaugh
John Carter John Beegle Jay Schmitt
SENIUR HIGH IV BASKETBALL TEAM
bzffzxzg Lcff to Right: C. Weste1'dah1, Mgr.g D. Roth, R. Zeien, S. Musser, F. Baker, A. Sterner, VV. Deckel Mgr
Sfdlldvlllll T. Crouse, R. Pelmiugtou, R. Weilcert, G. Laugsam, D. Thomas, D. Gifford.
JUNIOR VARSITY RECORD
V. H ome
Hagerstown .... ..... 3 4 27
VVestmi11ster .... ..... 2 5 37
Deloue ......... ..... 2 I 36
York ........,.... I.... 5 3 34
Carlisle ............ ..... 3 3 36
Shippensburg .... ..... 2 I 39
VVay11esboro ........ ..... 2 6 34
Hershey .............. ..... 3 O 20
Meehauicsburg ............ 37 39
VVO11, IO Q
Hanover ,.....,. .....,.. ,,.I,,
Delone ................. ......
Carhsle ........... ......
VVaynesboro ....... ......
Hershey ............... ..,...
First Ro-rv: Left io Right: Elton Martin. Don Dentler, ,Ioe Busliey, Glenn Haxtzel, Daniel Roth. George Penn
Robert Rolirbaugh, George Bender.
.blt'l'IHIlf Kw'zu.' Manager Carroll Sniitli, 'lack Breani, Kenneth VVortz, Jay Sixeas, Robert Hixon, Delmar
Ricbarclson. Marlin Fiscel, Clyrle Cleveland. XVayne Spence, Manager GusDayl1off.
Hanover ,.o.,,, o,,...
Delone ,.,,..7 ,...,o
2 Gettysburg ,.o, O
L l Gettysburg .,,. O
-l Gettysburg 5
7 Gettysburg 6
W- 2 Gettysburg ., 15
8 Gettysburg .- 3
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O Gettysburg ,.., r.r, A ,. 10
3 Gettysburg 6
XYon, 43 Lost, 5
uniors Fiscel, M. Sophomores Penn, G.
Hixon, R. Rohrbaugh, R.
CHAMPIUNSHIP TRACK TEAM-1952
Sitting: Left to Right: R. Boyd, O. Stevens, R. Pennington, K. Shindledecker, R. Fliekinger, T. Culp, J
Keefer, C. Xlfesterdahl. G. Boyd, D. Miller, D. Gilford, R. Miller.
K1'1c'clz'11g: R. VVhited, XV. Plank, R. Dillman, I. Penn, D. Thomas, R. NVeikert, P. Evans, R. Hill, R. Ray
C. Staiger, VV. Bucklew, P. Ketterman, T. Crouse, C. Sanders. VV. Tonsel, T. Gormley Qmanagerl.
Standing: E. Baughman, Manager, R. Zeien, L. Staiger. VV. DeHaas, I. Beegle, R. Miller, W. Bream, I
Schmitt, R. Carter, J. Skinner, R. VVillian1s, S. Musser, xy. XYilliams, j. Carter, R. Goodermuth, T. Gooder-
muth. R. Crouse, J. Hall.
Shippensburg Invitation Meet
South Penn Conference Meet
Seniors Goodermuth, Ray
juniors Beegle, John
tRecord in mile ir
Conference Meet. time-4:4l.3j
49 Gettysburg 75
First, Gettysburg ...... ....... 7 72
25 273 Gettysburg .............. ....... 9 0173
First, Gettysburg ...... ........... 7 7
' Carter, Richard
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1 South Penn Luger' eo
Sophomore Musser, Stanton
Freshman Vlfilliams, Ronald
1. Nice shot, Skip! 4. Praclicc makes perfect. 3- MiSS if?
Z. Last minute instructions. 5. Charge! ! 9. Wl1c11 I playccl foptbzfll . . .
3. NYC upset Hershey! 6. He Hies through the air- 10. Trapped by the VVarrxors.
7. Hurry, Monty !
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JUNIOR HIGH FUOTBALL
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First Row: Lrft fu Right: F. Furneyf J. Dearingff M. Krosliourtk S italty D Snuthst D Vlleaverl' R
Stoughiz M. Gormanf R. Bondurantfl'
5L'L'0IId Rfrzu: D. Cook, VV. Scott, P, PCIllllI1g'tOl1,'k R. Potterf" j.Tonse1Xj Ioicff D Bieseckerft VV VVo0ds'f
R. Keller?" R. ,l0linson."t
Tlzird Row: G. Sprecher, R. Little. G. XVeishaar,'k J. Coleman, R. Plank R Hess E l ittle J Cust R Baltzlew
Fourth Row: F. Snyder, Manager, D. VVeimer, J. Thompson, C. XX ablun ton E 'lhomas P Pyle R lit
Boiling Springs ....
Hershey - ...,. ..,. . ,
JUNIGR HIGH BASKETBALL
Front Rniv: Lvfl in Right: 12. Thomas, K. Keefer, R. Pyler. C. W'asl1i'11gt011, G. Hoak, J. Netb, D. W'eimer.
Sfrmld R0-tv: D. XVeaver, Manager, T. Kitzmiller, C. Lighter, G. Kcefer, R. .1-Iess, J. XVag11ild. G. Lower, E.
Little. ,I. Crist.
Third Row: R, jolmsouf P. Penuingtouft G. XVC1S1l11ZIl',31: VV. VVo0ds,"' J. Co1cmau,"' M. Gorman,4' D. Smitbf'
J. Fox? R. Scbriverft F. Furuey,"' R. Kellerff
Carhsle ....... ..... ....... . ........
JUNIOR HIGH RECORD
Forfeit Gettysburg .. ..
bhlppensburg ....... .......... 3 +1 Gettysburg
I-Ianover -.. .,....
VVayuesboro ..... .
Delone ........... L
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XV011, 93 Lost, 5
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. . 48
First Row: Left for Right: Miss Joanne Slifer, Adviser, D. Frew, G. Howe, S, Scott, S. Ziegler, A McDan
nell, M. A. George, B. Sadler.
Second Row: S. LeVan, B. Bryson, F. Dolly, C. Sponseller, P. Reed, B. Neary, S. Lighter.
Third Row: J. Sanders, B. Hankey, L. Temple, A. Fortenbaugh, G. Reaver, H. Schwartz, S. VVarren
Fourth Raw: P. Raffensperger, E. Paddock, N. Guise, V. Maust, P. Hinkle, D. Spence.
MAJOR G MINOR G
Blount B. Raymond Brent G. Howe
Bushey J. Rebert Coshun S. LeVan
Bushman D. Rose I-Ioltzworth S. Lighter
Heim N. Sanders Kane A. NIcDannell
Larson D. Wiiieniaii Shears B. Neary
Mason S. Scott Shuff G. Reaver
Sites P. Reed
'52 NUMERAL Sponseller J. Deardorff
Blount S. Schmitt Taylor G' Haliuel-
Kane M' Shears VVetzel P. Raftensperger
Dolly P. Sehriver
Masou D' Shuff Hanlcev B Wfeishaar
Painter N. Sites ' '
Rider G. XVetzel
Rose JUNIOR HIGH G
Burgner J, Reed
'53 NUMERAL5 I-Iartzell S. Strausbaugh
Brysou J. Sanders Lawver S. Temple
Fortenbaugh S. Scott Lsisf V- lvachtef
13-few 5- Wa,.,.el1 Mehring J. VVarren
A. George 5- Ziegler Maust D. VVitherow
Neth E. W'olfe
SENIOR HIGH G.A.A.
Law ve r
NV e i lcert
JUNIGR HIGH G.A.A.
iss Joanne Slifer,
l .I eller
l. Volleyball champs for '5Z. 4. "Learn to control the ball." 8. Forward into battle.
2. Nice going, Hill! 5. Easy does it. 9. G.A.A. hockey champs
3. "Get ready for the I'ClJULlllQl.n 6. G.A.A. volleyball champs. 10. Ready! Set! Shoot!
7. Practice with Carlisle.
DOLORES FREW-"Dutl' is interested in girls'
sports and twirling a baton as a hobby. She hates reck-
less drivers and can't forget when she passed her first
driver's test. After dancing with a certain fellow she
whispers "Why he's neat."
SHIRLEY ANNE GEIGLEY-Shirley Anne's
hobby is music but "Oh, heavens" how she hates hill-
billy. She craves steak with mushrooms and onions
and her summers at Westminster Choir College are
very memorable occasions.
MARY ANNE GEORGE-Dancing at Woodlawn
and eating steak with French fries fill up this future
private secretary's spare time. She fondly remembers
being chosen as a cheerleader and will always miss it.
When asked if she hates English speeches and P.D.
quizzes she replies f'You know it!"
JOYCE GUISE-'fHoly cowll' "Joy" remarks
when she sees "kids" smoking. This future secretary
who can really play the accordion loves to read books
and munch hamburgers with French fries.
DUANE HALL-"Hey now!" "Don's hobby is
washing and shining cars while his inside activities
include art work and drawing. A future IBM machine
operator, he likes to recall his trip to Michigan and a
tour of Henry Ford's Museum.
BARBARA HANKEY-'lBelle" likes to see tele-
vision but hates to see poodle hair cuts. Her favorite
dish is T-bone steaks and chocolate cake. She still
remembers when water was thrown on her at a foot-
ball game. "Well for pity sakes," how embarrassing!
JANET I-IANKEY-"Jan" plans to join the service
but dancing and roller skating will always share her
favorite pastime. She likes fried chicken and French
fries but shuns stuck-up people.
LEE I-IARTMAN-"Hoopl' likes baseball and
square dancing but turns his back on stuck-up girls.
In his spare moments he listens to disc jockey pro-
grams and looks forward to a meal with steak smoth-
ered in mushrooms and French fries.
LOIS I-IARTMAN-Dancing, movies and popular
music make up the favorite pastimes of l'Linky', who
intends to be a telephone operator. Stuck-up people
really irk this senior who can never forget the time
five girls were called to the office.
JAY HARTZELL-Playing baseball, reading
sports books and pork chops rank high on this lad's
list of favorites. Concerning people who think they're
better than others he explains, "That stuffls gotta go In
A highlight in his memory includes his first roller
MARIA I-IICKL-"Mickey" enjoys music especially
opera and at meal time she can think of nothing better
than macaroni with cheese and tomato sauce. Although
she dislikes tests, she will never forget her year in
America as an exchange student at G.H.S.
RANDALL I-IILL-UA. P." plans to attend Lehigh
but he wonit forget his appearance in "Mumbo Jumbo."
Sports, steak, and dancing appeal very much to him
while snobs are completely disregarded.
ROBERT HIXON-"Zombie" spends lots of time
collecting pictures of sports and recording stars. "No
kidding," he really detests English speeches but likes
to listen to records and eat steak and hamburgers.
GERTRUDE HOWE-'lBless my buttons" states
"Gertie" when she sees socks with high heels. This
future secretary Cor housewifej enjoys steak, swim-
ming and skating while a certain trip to Atlantic City
stands out in her memory.
ANITA INSKIP-l'For pete's sake l" "Neety'l
shouts after hearing a corny joke. This future librarian
naturally likes reading while fried oysters and mashed
potatoes head her favorite menu. A Thanksgiving trip
to Boston stands out as a memorable experience.
FRANCES JONES-"Josie" who loves to travel
and make new friends spends lots of time dancing
and collecting records. "Really' she explains when she
sees socks with high heels. This future stenographer
will never forget meeting Jackie Robinson, Campa-
nella and Joe Black.
JAMES JONES-'lJim" hopes to fly in the wild
blue yonder. I-Ie dislikes those speeches in English
class. There's nothing like records, French fries, fried
chicken, and cake for this fellow who exclaims 'lGee
BRADLEY KEEFER-"Boy, you know it," re-
marks 'lDuddles" when quizzed about his future-
who knows? F F P He can't forget the time he got
his driver's license. "Duddlesl' hates stuck-up people,
but never complains about Watching TV.
JOHN KEEFER-"Johnnie" has nothing definite
planned for his future, but really goes for hunting
and sea food. People who think they're better than
the rest rate low with him. He often replies, 'lDon't
get all salty about it!"
NANCY KETTERMAN-Through a crystal ball
"Nance" can visualize clerking in a store. "Shoot!"
she exclaims when she has homework to do. This
senior likes to collect dogs, listen to records, and
MARY LOUISE KIMPLE-"Where are you atf'
mutters "Louise" when she spies show offs. This future
secretary who especially remembers getting her
driver's license loves shrimp, lemon pie, TV and
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Mr. John Reynolds ..,,,,
Dick Reynolds ....,....,.
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Harold Custer .,.,, ,
Mrs. Custer ,....,,..
Mr, Peter Beaniish ,.
Dr. Gaza Omahandra
..,.,,,,,,,.... Herman Smith
Kay Samedi ........ ,, .. ,
Madame Celesta ..., H
Curvin Krout, Ir.
Lem Marblehead i..,.,,,,, .,,.
Mrs. Emma Burpee .. ,... .,
Daisy ...,,,,,..,...., .
Student Director-Alice McDan11e1l
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"RING AROUND ELIZABETH"
Laurette Styles ........ . ...... Shirley Anne Geigley
Hubert Cherry ......... A,.A...,.,,,,,..... R obert Miller
Mercedes Cherry ......,,, .,..,.,.. S ylvia Warren
Vida ,,.,,,.,.......,, .,.,,, C onnie Kleppinger
Jenifer Cherry ,..,.,... ..... . Alice McDannell
Elizabeth Cherry ,,,.,,., Eileen Lightner
Irene Oliver ,...... ,...,... I Cay Coleman
Harriet Gilpin ,.
Ralph Cherry ......,
Andy Blayne .....,,, ,,..... P aul Eicholtz
Dr. Hollister ,..,.
DANCES AND PARTIES
1. Guardians at 7th grade picnic. 4. Hard at work. 7. Vforking together.
2. "Mumbai jumbo" celebration. 5. On with the show. 8. Oh, happy day!
3. Don't fall, Musser! 6. "Oh Little Town of Bethlehemf, 9. Dancing with stars in their eyes
l. Pzltiemly waiting. 4. After thc play is ovcr . . . 7. E11 route to class.
3- Fglfllff i62lCh6I'S. 5. Time out fm' lunch! 3. "Move thc mechanism."
3. What s there to cat today? 0. Taken by surprise. 9. XVatCh that tum.
SENIOR HOMEROOMS AT CHRISTMAS
1. Prpseiitiug our Alina Mater. 4. "WE: Three Kings . . ." 7. Two "brave" students.
2. Scicuusts pf GHS. 5. Armistice Day. S. The magic of liquid air. .
5, "Silent Night." lv. Dcmmistrating "G.H.S." techniques. 9. He shot an arrow into the air . .
One hxmdrcd one
DORIS KINT-"Uh," exclaims "Dorisl' when she
thinks of her wonderful senior year. This future secre-
tary adores chile con carne, mashed potatoes, canasta,
and TV. She shuns a combination of dark blue and
CONNIE KLEPPINGER-"Connie,l' who plans
to enter college then join the Navy, holds her visit to
Juniata College in special remembrance. "Bolognal' to
bossy teachers, but horses, driving, and basketball
never cease to please her.
FERN KLINEFELTER-Although "Fern" hasnlt
any plans for the future he goes all out for hamburgers
and taking cars apart. This lad proclaims thumbs down
for stuck-up people. "Hey now," will he ever forget
the South Penn Conference winning football game?
Not on your life!
DORIS KNOX-To settle down or join the VVACS
is the question facing 'lDoris," who will never erase
her first date from her mind. She utters "For pityls
sake!" over junior high students with no manners.
Spanish rice and collecting souvenirs click with this
VVILLIAM KNOX-"Do you now!"-This senior
really goes for hunting, fishing, spaghetti, and girls.
This lad sees physical education in his future. People
who act bigger than they are don't agree with "Bill,"
who says he'll never forget the 1953 Farm Show.
CURVIN KROUT, JR.-"Toby," who is planning
to attend Kutztown College, will always- remember
drawing "Skip" in assembly and working on the year-
book. "Oh, this is terrible," "Toby'l proclaims while
opposing a company of procrastinators and jealous
people. He especially enjoys hamburgers, traveling,
drawing, and attending movies.
JACKIE LARMER-"Ain't so!" is her favorite
expression. This southern belle plans to become a
nurse. She loves pork chops, ice cream, and sewing,
but snobs rate very low with this senior. "Rebel's"
most memorable experience is moving north.
SUSANNE LEVAN-"Susie" has her heart set
on becoming an airplane navigator. Wlieii she says,
"Darn the luck," she is probably referring to con-
ceited people. "Susie', favors swimming, crafts, and
SUSAN LIGHTER-"Susie" loves to swim and eat
cheeseburgers while arts and crafts compose her other
spare moments. "My achin' back" she states over an
English speech. The 1953 Senior Prom and a certain
college junior stand out in this future Occupational
EILEEN LIGHTNER-"Eileen" is planning to be-
come a medical secretary in the near future. 'lSugar,"
she ejaculates when Prof. springs a chemistry test. A
certain 1952 graduate and radio announcing please her,
but she despises hillbilly music.
One lzundrerl two
JEANNE LITTLE - A future stenographer,
"Jeanie" will always remember her induction into the
"Quill and Scrollfl Prevaricators and English speeches
rank low to this senior who often asks, "Do you think?"
She is fond of French fries. chile con carne, collecting
miniature dogs, and a certain "Chevie" Cthe car? ?j.
DELORES LIVINGSTON-"For heaven's sake!"
but pokey junior high students peeve "Dee.l' This
future typist always gets a thrill out of reading, danc-
ing, and eating steak. Do you want to see "Dee" smile?
Just mention the prom her sophomore year.
ALICE McDANNELL-"You'll find out'l that
"Alice" really likes march music and Fords but dis-
likes seliish people. In her pastime, "Alice" enjoys
reading and going for rides in the car CDick's?j.
She will always remember the Spring Prom her
sophomore year. "Alice" will attend Vtfilson College.
EVELYN MCDANNELL-l'Evie,' will move to
Florida to become a bookkeeper after graduation. She
loves to drive a car "and howl' she will remember
changing her first flat tire. "Noisy and stuck-up people
are really out," says "Evie."
DOROTHY MCGLAUGHLIN-"Oh my cow" how
Dorothy hates socks and play shoes together. French
fries and cokes top this gal's menu. "Dottie's" most
memorable day was when she niet D. S.
KENNETH MCGLAUGHLIN-l'How can you
tell?" "Doak" likes girls but hates "cats" and teachers?
Hunting and car racing hold top priority with this
senior. "Doak" plans to join the Navy. Ask him about
that hrst trip to the office.
BETTY MARING-'lBetsy" will join the Air
Force after graduation. She loves to skate and eat
apple pie "a la mode" C"and good"D. This H206-1' gal
never will forget the day she walked into the boys'
room at the State Farm Show.
JOANNE MARTIN-"Jeepers creepers" "Joanne"
hates short assemblies but loves to travel, swim, and go
to the movies. She never will forget her trip home
from Chicago. Millersville State Teachers College is
seen in the crystal ball for this Fairfield gal.
BARBARA MILLER-"You know it!" exclaims
"Barb" who likes dill pickles and shrimp but abhors
stuck-up people. This soon-to-be Dental Tech. never
will forget July 16, 1948. This girl is a roller skating
and bowling fan.
MARIE MILLER-This future housewife likes to
draw and read. She could make a meal out of ham-
burgers, French fries, and strawberry ice cream. 'AI-Ioly
cow," she hates to see high heels worn with socks.
ROBERT MILLER-"Kiss me, baby, nothing
makes me sickly' exclaims "Poss." He likes hunting
and fishing but how 'bout Hcatsl' and snobbish people?
"Possl' never will forget the championship football
season. He plans to coach after attending College.
RONALD MILLER-This shy guy really loves
southern fried chicken, movies, fishing, and football
games but turns thumbs down to show offs and "catty"
people. "Ronnie" will always remember the day his
brother came home from Korea. He will either enter
the service or college.
PATRICIA MORITZ-"Pat's" most memorable
experience is her first day at G.H.S. Among her
hobbies t'Pat" includes cooking and sewing. "Holy
cow!" but this future secretary hates stuck-up people.
MAUREEN MURRAY-If you ask "My1't', what
she likes. she quickly responds "Cheerleading at foot-
ball gamesf' How 'bout that "A" in a shorthand exam?
Here is a girl that really dislikes shorthand speed
tests but enjoys study halls.
BARBARA NEARY-Dancing to "Till I Waltz
Again With Youv and eating hamburgers and French
fries is "Barb's" idea of fun. "You crazy thing you"
laughs this future Air Force gal, who dislikes con-
ceited people. Her freshman year never will be for-
DELORES NEELY-Plaids vs. stripes really peeve
this gal. French fries and steak are her favorite meal
while reading and going to the movies are her favorite
pastimes. Looking into the future, we find "Deloresl'
attending business school. Her sixteenth birthday will
always be a bright spot in her life.
VVILLIAM ORNER-"Don't know, do you?y' asks
this future Merchant Marine who likes to eat all kinds
of desserts. I-Ie's crazy about sports, but what about
school, Bill? Playing an electric guitar occupies much
of this senior's time. He never will forget his trip to
VVest Virginia three years ago.
DOROTHY PARR-"Don't count your chickens
before they're hatched," warns "Dottie" She hates to
wear high heels, loves to play basketball. This future
secretary never will forget her first day in G.H.S.
PHELPS PENNINGTON-"Phelps" certainly
won't forget his initiation into the "Mask and VVig" or
the embarrassing day he almost dropped a pipe on
Mr. Lane's head. "You're out of your mind E" exclaims
this future Gettysburg College man to stuck-up girls,
but he loves sea food and dramatics.
GERALD PETERS--This future college man
really likes our class queen and cars, but turns thumbs
down 011 conceited people. "There you go!" he ex-
claims when reminded of that embarrassing Hanover
football game. "Jerry" can't forget his first car and
those hunting trips.
HAROLD PLANK-A chicken noodle soup fan,
this future farmer exclaims, "Aw heck!" when he en-
counters people with bad manners. "Junie" always has
enjoyed farming and just ask him about that trip to
JOANNE PLANK-Here's a gal who really en-
joys sewing but says no dice to bossy people. "Isn't
that hideous !" exclaims this future telephone operator
who will always remember her trip to Williamsport.
just call her "Joey"
SHIRLEY PLANK-Movies, fried chicken, and
swimming appeal to "Sally," who plans to be a tele-
phone operator. "VVhat's that?" she remembers her
first date with a certain fellow, but, oh, the embarrass-
ment of forgetting those English speeches. "Sally"
hates nosey people.
IVALTER PLANK-"Plankie" likes small animals
and thoughts of his trip to State College on a judging
team. "Beat it!" this fellow exclaims to women.
VValter, who loves to hunt, fish, and raise rabbits,
plans to be a farmer and raise small animals.
RICHARD RAY-Food and a certain girl really
rate high with "Rich," while junior high students and
teachers are on the bottom of his list. "You're right l"
exclaims "Rich," when asked if he remembers the
Carlisle football game this year. He plans to attend
a music conservatory after graduation.
GENEVRAL REAVER-Did you ever hear any-
one exclaiming "Get out of my face?" That's "Ginger."
This friendly senior remembers her first part in a
play and the time she fell in the door of a diner.
"Ginny" really likes French fries, steak, and dancing,
but can't stand snobs.
JACK REBERT-"I reckon so" mutters "Cruddy"
when asked if he really dislikes school. However, he
does go for food and girls. "Jack" won't forget the
night he joined the National Guards. In the crystal
ball we see a career in the service or construction work.
PEGGY REED-Ujimminy Pete" mutters "Peg"
when she spies gossipers. A future Navy nurse, she
really likes fried chicken and hillbilly music. Peg won't
forget the day she passed her driver's test, and she
just can't spend enough time driving.
RICHARD REEDY-"Way1ie," who really loves
to travel, will always remember a trip to Baltimore.
However, he wishes he could forget the day someone
stole his clothes while he was swimming. "I-Ioly cow!"
he mutters, but he really likes chile con carne and
AGNES ROGAN-An easy gal to get along with,
"Aggie" likes almost everything and dislikes nothing
in particular. "How about that!" she exclaims when
she thinks of chicken and dumplings and her junior
play. She loves to dance, and plans to visit Ireland
One hundred three
BARBARA SADLER-"Sadie" admires people
with manners but dislikes gossipers. This lass. who
remembers attending the Military Ball, is looking
ahead to a future of work in VVashington. "You're ont
of your mind" she utters to those who think she dis-
likes chicken pie and playing the pia11o.
JOAN SANDERS-Our telephone operator has
fond memories of January second of this year.
"Joanniel' loves dancing, cheese crackers, and tea but
turns thumbs down on "party poopers" alld raisins.
Oh! that embarrassing time she left money in the
Strand Theatre box office all night.
JOYCE SANDERS--"Hey now!" "Joycie,"-what
about being chosen most athletic girl in the class! A
future secretary, she really likes dancing, movies, and
people with personality, but she certainly despises
snobs. Do you see that gal with a car full of pals?-
KENNETH SCHULTZ-This future Navy man
can always be found hunting and fishing in his leisure
time. "How about that!" he'll never forget when he
walked into his girl friend's family reunion. "Ken'l en-
joys eating crab cakes and drinking root beer..
FRED SCHUTT-This future mechanic or tele-
phone lineman likes to run around with the gang, but
he doesn't like girls who are always late. "VVell," he
says when thinking of cheeseburgers, milkshakes, and
his "Olds" convertible. Swimming and camping are
his favorite pastimes.
HELEN SCHWARTZ-"How delightful!" was
that blind date for the spring prom of 1951. "Billie'l
spends a great deal of leisure time on needlework and
dreaming to good music fwith a certain someoneij.
People who try to make up your mind for you are
strictly "Taboo" with "Billie"
SAMUEL SCOTT-Music-doesn't matter if it's
dancing or trumpet-"Sam's" all ears and feet. "Sam'l
remembers running out of gas-was that "Decker" he
was with? If people aren't cracking gum, "Sam's
happy. A cheery "Did ja!" will answer all your at-
tempts at conversation.
SARAH SCOTT-In "Sara's'l mind, "You're neat l"
if you like swimming, sports and dancing. However,
bad sportsmanship and stuck-up people bring a scowl
to our "unconscious" head majorette. College will de-
velop that scrapbook she enjoys keeping now.
NANCY SHIELDS-Collecting jewelry and play-
ing the piano come first to "Nan.ll She says "for pete's
sake" to stuck-up people and story tellers. "Nan" re-
members best her first trip to New York City. Eating
French fries, hamburgers, and writing to a certain
someone claim a lot of her time.
One lnmdrcd four
MARLIN SHINDLEDECKER-"Moptop" likes
to spend his time collecting stamps. He would like to
become a member of the Air Force, and he turns
thumbs down on girls that swear. "Moptop'l can be
heard saying "How about thatlll when someone men-
tions his being captain of an Intramural Court team.
CAROLYN SHRIVER-Dancing and riding
around in the summertime are the favorite pastimes
of "Carolyn." She does not like snobbish people and
can often be heard saying 'fHow about that!" Fried
chicken, mashed potatoes and chocolate pie rank high
with this future secretary, who had her most mem-
orable expcrience on Christmas Eve of 1952.
LORING SHULTZ-Someone mentions ice cream
and strawberries and "Lorin" is right there-espe-
cially if you suggest visiting a place of historical in-
terest also. "I think you're crazy" if you don't enjoy
dating. Girls, check up on your manners to please
LLOYD SITES-"God bless America" is the
favorite expression of "l.loyd.l' T-bone steak and
building model airplanes rank high on his list of
favorites, while drinking ranks very low with this
future sailor. "Lloyd" will always remember when the
National Guards went to Indiantown Gap.
JAY SIXEAS-"Dolph's" favorite pastimes are
eating and sports. He easily recalls "The Battle of
Reynolds' Woods." This future college man or sailor
says "No stuff" to girls that smoke. Eating French
fries, steak, watching TV, and girls constitute a lot
of "Dolph's" time.
ELEANOR SMITH-French fries and Boston
cream pie bring a gleam to "Smitty's" eyes. She likes
to spend her time taking pictures and talking. "Smitty"
is often heard saying, "Holy jumpin' jupiter." People
who think they are better than anyone else don't rank
very high with her.
HELEN SPEELMAN-"Come on, hurry up" is
a favorite expression of "Helen." In her spare time
you will find her collecting pictures or reading. Eating
fried chicken and French fries also occupies some of
her time. This future telephone operator's pet peeve is
seeing girls smoke.
CHARLOTTE SPONSELLER-To people who
try to show off and don't know how "Sponnie" says,
"Quit your behaving and act right." Secretarial work
and a "certain Biglerville fellow" rate high in her
future. XVhile "Sponnie'l collects pictures, she also C11-
DORIS SPONSELLER-VVriting letters, eating,
sleeping, and collecting dolls are all favorite pastimes
of "Doris" "Pug'l is very fond of French fries and
shrimp. She is often heard saying "Let's face it."
Picnicking at Calley with Mike, "Numbers," Mr. Rote,
and Deb are Well remembered by "Pug.',
LEO M. STAIGER-"He's right tonight!" if he's
playing sports or swimming. According to "Staig"
these, plus fishing, make a perfect pastime program.
'fStaig" remembers the Class A Invitation Track Meet
at Shippensburg in '52. After the service you'll find
him on a dairy farm.
LEO STEINOUR-"Which way do we go,
George?" This is what t'Ringo" is fond of saying. He
likes to go to movies, but he doesn't care for basket-
ball. His freshman year is best remembered by him.
"Ringo'l likes to spend his spare time shooting pool.
ROBERT STRAUSBAUGH-Did you hear "Bob"
utter "How about that?" when G.H.S. won the South
Penn Football Conference? After the U. S. Marines,
"Bob" hopes to be an engineer. He's a fiend for driv-
ing, especially to Hanover.
NORMA SVVOPE-"VVhat's that you say?'l Some-
one showing off and smoking? This isn't for "Swopie,"
who passes her spare time collecting pictures and driv-
ing a particular Mercury. Secretarial work calls her
in the near future.
ANNA TAUGHINBAUGH-f'Plant me now and
dig me later." Let's dig "Mickey" first and wish her
luck as a secretary when we plant her i11 the future.
This capable majorette doesn't care for plaid blouses
and flowered skirts together. Swimming takes first
place on her list of hobbies, which also includes movies.
LOIS TEMPLE-"Now don't get salty," is "Lois, "
favorite reply to catty people. During the next years
at college "Lois" will surely enjoy swimming and
dancing. At mealtime welll find her with an ample
supply of spaghetti and meatballs.
DARREL THOMAS-"The Battle of Reynolds'
Wood" is well remembered by 'tDee." In his leisure
time "Dee" likes to listen to popular music or to see
a good movie. Homework doesn't rank high with him,
but steak, cokes, and French fries appeal to this boy
who is often heard saying "C'est la querre."
RALPH THOMPSON-"Rudy" spends a lot of
his time hunting and roller skating. Anything "could
be better" than a fickle girl, but nothing can beat his
trip to Florida. His favorite menu includes steak and
BETTY TRESSLER-"Oh my golly !" There goes
"Sis" dreaming of a "certain Fourth of July" and
"jim," After experience in the secretarial field she
plans to let those "wedding bells" chime. While both
thumbs are down on stuck-up girls, her fingers are
RICHARD WALTER-"Ick!" VVhy do people
have to gripe about the records played at dances?
"Dickl' enjoys collecting records and working with
dramatics-especially f'Mumbo jumbo." This future
M. P. spends his time listening to good music and
taking long walks.
SYLVIA VVARREN-"Boy! You know it," is one
of the many sayings of "Sylvia,,' who likes to spend
her time swimming and bicycle riding. She also likes
cheeseburgers and lemon cokes. Junior high students
don't rank very high with this future secretary.
'fSylvia'l well remembers a day in Philadelphia last
SHIRLEY NVASHINGTON-This little gal, f'Pee
NVee," enjoys dancing to her record collection. "Cool
yourself," is her advice to disagreeable people. This
future clerk typist remembers a special Christmas
dance at G.H.S.
HILDA VVEIKERT-Going to the movies and
dancing are several of "Hildie's" favorites. On rainy
days, she can be found working on her scrapbook and
photograph album. "Hildie" can be heard saying,
"VVell, now, I wouldn't say that," to those awful Eng-
lish speeches. Cheeseburgers and chocolate frosts rate
high with this future secretary.
HERBERT VVETZEL-"You donyt say so!" states
"Herb," who is very fond of fishing and baseball. How-
ever, he doesn't care for people who use "ponies" in
chemistry class. This future farmer well remembers
his trip to Luray Caverns, and he is always ready to
eat French fries and steak.
ROBERT VVHITED-"Bobby" is very fond of
southern fried chicken and spends a lot of his spare
time going to the movies and skating. This future
auto mechanic well remembers the day the Junior and
Senior Ag classes went to Baltimore.
SYLVA WILLIAMS-French fries, reading, and
swimming-what more could you want? If two-faced
people could be eliminated, you'd draw a smile from
"Syv." This future secretary says "'Chure' it is,"
when asked if playing the piano is her favorite pastime.
CWhat about "Skip?"j
THOMAS WINTER-Silly girls rank parallel to
English speeches on f'Jack,s" "pet peeve list." "Holy
balls of fire" how will "Jack" ever decide between
fishing and basketball? This future dentist need not
be feared until after four years of college.
MARY ANN VVITHEROVV-5'Oh suffer, suffer,
suffer!" says "Patty." She likes basketball but doesn't
think much of people who think they are big shots.
Steak and French fries head "Patty's" menu. She will
always remember her surprise party on her eighteenth
SUZANNE ZIEGLER-If anyone says steak and
mushrooms then "Sue" is sure to come running. She
says, "Oh noll' to people who don't accept responsi-
bilities. Reading, swimming, dancing and keeping her
scrapbook up to date, take up "Sue's" spare time. This
future teacher of languages well remembers the day
"Annie" threw her shoe out of the English class
One hundred five
CONVENIENT, SCHEDULED BUS SERVICE
From Gettysburg to
Charter Coaches Available for Both
Intrastate and Out-oi-State
Charters :-: Tours :-: Sight-seeing Trips
Congratulations to the Class of 1953
U55 fans cgfucfio
Portrait, Wedding, and Commercial Photography
34 York Street Phone 856 Gettysburg
C0mP1iI'1'19HfS The Compliments
of Shoe Box of
Harold H. Reuning
B E N D E R ' S "Better Shoes Fitted Better" Manufacturers
FUNERAL HOME SPOQJEIQHQQESS 'Light and Heat
For A11 the Family
Gettysburg' Pa' GETTYSBURG, PA. Company
New Jxtord, Pa.
Phone New Oxford 123
Wisotzkey's R 1,
- I Shoe Store emma S
Mmter s Store Prim Shop
Men's, Women's, Chi1dren's
COMPLETE MARKET Shoes
54 Chambersburg Street
46 Baltimore Street Phone 445 Francis L. Wisotzkey
117 Baltimore Street
One hundred eight
TIMES AND NEWS PUBLISHING COMPANY
YEARBOOKS ff DISSERTATIONS ff SCHOOL PUBLICATIONS
Publishers of Adams County's Only Daily Newspaper
THE CETTYSBURC TIMES
REA 8: 'DERICK, INC.
ON LINCOLN SQUARE
THE SHETTER HOUSE
DINING ROOM AND CATERING
48 Chambersburg Street
Compliments of Compliments
JOHN H. BASEHORE SWAM ELECTRIC CO., INC.
General Insurance ig,
ty burg, Pa. Class f 1923
C mphmems of the Milk Voted Best in the State
Winner of First Place 1952 Pa. Farm Show
V-F-W Penn Dairies, Inc.
Gettysburg, Pa. Phone 1020
MAJESTIC THEATRE, GETTYSBURG, PA.
' One hamdrrfa' nine
Rohert Neary Kitzmiller's Congggjijtgnfg-,QQ the
Watchmaker and Ieweler Service Station Se111g's
es W. Middle Street Aflfmfic GUS and E1 - -
M t O-1 ectrtc Servtce
GETTYSBURG' PA' 246 W. Middlg or Cseftysburg, Pa. Phone 250-Z
Congratulations to the
Roy E. Coldsmith
Class of '53 310 W. High Street
R d M' d Co
From the Iunior Cheerleaders eq Y me ncrete GETTYSBURG' PA'
and Phone 1220 or 141-X
IO General Concrete Work
LIZ Bonded Built-up Roofing
GINGER GETTYSBURG' ppt. Siding and Sheet Metal
VONNIE 154 Hanover St. Phone 836 Contractor
35 Chambersburg Street
Greeting Cards and Gifts
McCauslin Auto Sales
Dodge - Plymouth Cars
Dodge "Iob-Rated" Trucks
334-36 York Street
Relax and Enjoy a Magazine
Paxronize Your Local
L. E. Smith
Flowers for All Occasions
ft Q Gix
QQ MR. SPUDNUT
Wayside Flower Shop Q, were Smitwfs Baltimore me
Phone 629 lie Miles from Lincoln Square
xt Splldlllll "A Daily Dip, Thatfs our Tip"
For Real Ellntrato Chips Anna Bierer Compiiments
, e i lt h
U T Z S Sp C a Y S op Strand Theatre
Hanover, Pa. Holel Gelwsbufg Annex Gettysburg
Glenn L. Bream
ULDSMOBILE - CADILLAC - GMC
Sales and Service
100 Buford Avenue Gettysburg, Pa.
Om' lnmdrvd fen-
HANOVER HARDWARE CO.
Congratulations to the Class of '53
CLYDE WILLIAMS AND SON
KER ENE - C AL
Tools, Paint, Oil, Glass and Sporting Goods GULF FUEL OIL OS O
35 Hanover Street Phone 843
HANOVER' PA- GETTYSBUEG, PA.
PEOPLES DRUG STORE
THE REXALL-KODAK STORE
Drugs - Sodas - Sundries
Toiletries - Stationery
York Street Gettysburg, Pa.
DAVE'S PHOTO SUPPLY
52 Chambersburg Street Gettysburg, Pa.
CAMERAS - SUPPLIES - PHOTO FINISHING
Photographic Headquarters in Gettysburg
Reliable Service and Quality Always
F. E. Cremer, Florist
219-227 E. Walnut Street
Hanover, Pa. Phones 3791-92
Western Auto Associate Store
Home Owned by Iohn E. Snyder
28 York Street Gettysburg, Pa.
BEN DER'S CUT-RATE STORE
12 Baltimore Street
Adams County Farm Bureau
FEEDS - PHONE 390 - SEEDS
Buy Co-operatively and Save
The Difference for Yourself
GIFT SHOP - WE CATER TO PARTIES
Peace Light Inn and Tourist 'Court
"On the Battlefield at Entrance
Peace Light Memorial"
18 MODERN BRICK CABINS
Sinclair Refining Co.
Thomas C. Brenner, Agent
Gettysburg, Pa. Phone 86-W
DAVE OYLER MOTORS
Steinwehr Avenue Phone 757
MERCURY AND LINCOLN DEALER
The John C. Lower Co., Inc.
One hundred' elvwciz
Fraternal Order ot Eagles
Gettysburg Aerie Lodge No. 1562
Menchey K. O. Deardortt
g , 6 Music Service 110 York Street Gettysburg, P
. -4 is York Street Phone 695
' 3:-7X Hanover, Pa. INSURANCE
Blue Ridge Oil Co.
Q SYLVIA S RESTAURANT
s r'Qv arg. 2 2 A
SERVICI s Miles West of Gettysburg
650 York Street Seven stars Lincoln Highway - Route 30
Phone 838 Phone 934-R-23
Bolles Atlantic Service
61 Buford Avenue
Exide Batteries Firestone Tires
A. R. LEVAN AND SON
Plumbing cmd Heating Contractor
271 Baltimore Street
Om' 11 mzidred fzuclrm'
Atlantic Service Station
150 Carlisle Street Gettysburg, Pa.
BRITCHER 8: BENDER
27 Chambersburg Street
Electric Appliance Company
Sales and Service
Next to the Theater
Ph0r1e 119-Z 31 Carlisle Street
BLOSER BABY SHOE CO.
Bargains Are Easily Found,
But: Are They Guaranteed and Sound?
See C. W. 'EPLEY-Gettysburg, Pa.
Large Stock of Cars and Trucks
F A B E R ' S
BANKERT'S ICE CREAM
On Route 140, South of Gettysburg
1 Telephone 677 or 491-Y
APPLER'S GULF SERVICE
Anything for the Automobile
Jacob G. Appler
103-111 Carlisle Street Gettysburg, Pa
"On the Square"
Henry M. Scharf, Manager
Om' htnzdrcd fhirfvrn
59 Chambersburg Street
"Home of the Electrical Map"
Hats and Handbags
51 Frederick Street Hanover, Pa.
Service Supply Co.
17-21 York Street Gettysburg
Cannon Shoe Store
8 Center Square
SHOES FOR ALL
Ladies' and Children's Wear
Sam Miller Barber Shop
Next Door to Theater
"Smart Wear for the
High School Lad"
Lincoln Square Gettysburg, Pa.
Sweetland - Bookmart
John S. Thoman
Wallpaper and Paint
117 Carlisle Street
DENGLER BROS. GBOCEBY
Green Goods and Groceries
29 York Street Phone 97
NATIONAL GARAGE CO.
SHOE REPAIR SHOP
43 Chambersburg Street Gettysburg, Pa.
Phone 360-X Thomas George
D. C. Forney
PACKARD SALES and SERVICE
41 Years' Service to the Public
12 Chambersburg Street Phone 418
"Cleaning With a Conscience"
LAUNDRY, CLEANING, STORAGE
llO High Street Hanover, Pa.
Columbia Jewelry Co.
Center Square and Broadway
One hundred fourteen
C 1' 611113
mp lm L1oyd's ot Hanover
N. SIXSHS of Sam M. Kramer, Prop.
Gas and Electric Appliances Ollakel' P1'e1Ze1 CO. Men's crnd Vtfomens and
F It Fred G. Klunk, Prop. Chlldrens Wear
Bakers Fine Quality IQWQIIY
62 Chambersburg sm-een Distributors Flavor HANQVER, pA,
Phone 224 18 Carlisle Street Phone 2-2470
John S. Teeter and Sons, Inc.
CRUSHED STONE PRODUCERS
Alwine Brick Company
Brickmakers Since 1851
COLONIAL BRICK CONCRETE BLOCK
Hunt Avenue . C0mP1im'-mis
E St 1, Vrctory
sso a 1on
Wolfe and Spalding
112 B d '
Top Quality Used Cars rod Way Ge11YSbu1'g
Gettysburg R. 1 Phone
One hundred fffemz
Donald H. Hershey
TAILOR AND HABERDASHER
CLEANING AND PRESSING
Opposite Court House
"When It's Flowers . . .
AND FLOWER SHOP
R. D. 4, Gettysburg, Pa.
FINE CARVED TABLES
E. DONALD SCOTT
Iohn Deere Farm Machinery
Where Styles and Quality Meet
a Low Price
Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes
Men's and Boys' Clothing and
The Place to Shop for a Home
Wolf Supply Co.
Free Parking on Our Large Lot
Open Saturday Afternoons
Furnishings Open a Char A t
, . - tt , ge ccoun
Surge Milkers Papec Cu e1s Womerus and Childrens
Fairbanks and Morse Water "Ready-t0-Wear 27 N. Stratton St. Phone 30
Systems Lincoln Square Gettysburg, Pa. GETTYSBURG, PA-
Ozm I1 imdrrd s1'.rfem
Bankert's Ice Cream
Lunches Fountain Service f'We Specialize in Family Style 108 Baltimore Street
Lincolnway East Dinners On Sunday" GETTYSBURG, PA.
Phone 823-X 7 AM. no 11 PM. On Route 30 - Caledonia Area Phone 627
Phone Gettysburg 942-R-2
Congratulations, Class of '53
Lincolnway Diner and
Edward Rogan, Prop. Buford Ave.
Tot'n Teen Shop
16 Baltimore Street
Hull's Electric Service
R. D. 3, Gettysburg, Pa.
Adams County Motors
FORD SALES AND SERVICE
York and Liberty Streets
Dougherty 8: Hartley
Eckert's Restaurant and
McKnightSt0WI1 - Route 30
Robert P. Snyder
Justice of the Peace
Phone 863-R-12 Abe, Glenn and 1111119 Kadel Building, Gettysburg, pa.
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OP 1953
GENERAL ENGRAVING, INC.
Producers of Pine Hall Tone and Line Engravings on
Copper, Zinc and Magnesium
LAYOUT - ARTWORK - DESIGNING
TELEPHONE LANCASTER 5251
One Iumdred .revert 1
Com liment of
Dr. D. L. Beagle p S Gettysburg Autoparts
Ch, t Schwartz Farm Supply Co,
lroprqc or Hanover Street G tt DISTRQIBUTORS
EMMITSBURG' MD' GETTYSBURG, PA. weiai?BZfEf,'Md?Y?S3Z2'2fSa.
General Repairing, Used Cars
Road Service, Storage
100 York Street Gettysburg, Pa
Alice's Beauty Shop
Alice M. Nuss
Queen Street Phone 819-W-1
EXCLUSIVE LADIES' FASHIONS
Shatter's Ice Cream
Gilbert's Hobby Shop
MT. SIDE DRIVE-IN
P 1 LIONEL AND AMERICAN FLYER
HI' OI' ELECTRIC TRAINS CALEDONIA, PA-
ROYAL DAIRY ICE CREAM ASIEIKPSEQIST
M t Y ' F" d H
168 Carlisle Street Phone 91-W 230 Steinwehr Ave. Phone 1025 ee om Hen S ere
PAINTING and PAPERHANGING
R. D. 1 Taneytown, Md.
Phone Littlestown 936-R-5
Sponseller's Fruit Mkt.
Route 30-West of Gettysburg
QUALITY FRUIT OF ALL KINDS
Complete Repair Department
Stenger Music House
110 Baltimore Street
R. Feeser F. Bowman
Designers and Builders
Plumbing and Heating
Skill - Integrity - Responsibility
225 South Franklin Street
Ons hzmdred righteen
Emmitshurg Becreation Center
C. A. Harner
Farm Bureau Insurance Co.
AUTO, LIFE AND FIRE
starring F. Musseiman, Rep.
Phone Gettysburg see-W
DEALER IN ALL
GETTYSBURG MOTORS, INC.
CHRYSLER - PLYMOUTH
KINDS OF IUNK Gnd
Rear of Carlisle Street Phone 28 SALES AND SERVICE
225 South Franklin Street
Modern Materials for Better Building
il? R. E. Berkheimer, Pres.
S. Blaine Miller W. H. Musser, Jr.
On York Street
Member of Federal Deposit Insurance
Member of Federal Reserve System
Constructive Banking Since Colonial Days
The Gettysburg High School
Welcomes the Class of 1953
To the Association
President: Eugene Hartman
First Vice President: Mrs. Harry Baker
Second Vice President: Fred Herring
Secretary: Mrs. Arthur Roth
Treasurer: Mrs. Gladys Kelley
One hundred nineteen
TEXAS HOT WIENER
WARREN CHEVROLET SALES
CHEVROLET and BUICK SALES and SERVICE
PHILIP R. BIKLE
Gettysburg News and
EVERYTHING FOR SPORTS
ALSO SCHOOL SWEATERS
51 Chambersburg Street
Lincolnway East Gettysburg
Phone 424 Phone 1021
T 0 B E Y ' S
FASHION CENTER FOR WOMEN
13 Baltimore Street
35 York Street
Bakers for G.H.S. Cafeteria
Complete Line of Men's and
Boys' Clothing and Furnishings
Shoes for the Entire Family
20 York Street
J ack 8: J ill
and Frozen Foods
Call 42-Z We Deliver
Margaret L. Spangler
Owner - Operator
Phone 779 Gettysburg, P
Radios, TV, Records
Baker's Battery Serv.
Opposite Post Office
Delivery Service - Phone 788
Hardware, Paint, Auto and
Baltimore Street, Gettysburg, Pa.
51 Chambersburg Street
Iewelry Since 1887
25-27 Chambersburg Street
39 Baltimore Street
De Luxe Restaurant
"Serving the Community
For 33 Years"
53 Chambersburg Street
Phone 171-X Gettysburg, Pa.
Steven Svarnas, Prop.
Congratulations, Class of 53
We invite you to make use of the
facilities offered by this store, whether
it be to shop with us, to meet your
friends at Murhpy's, or to seek employ-
ment with our company, in the event
that you decide upon a retail career.
G. C. MURPHY COMPANY
Gettysburg's Leading Store
One himdred twenty
BEST WISHES Give Gifts That Last
. B E
THE LEADER STORE MARIEHEELQQ, UN
HANOVER, PA. 44 Baltimore Street Hanover, Pa.
Congratulations to the Compliments of B1'inkefh0ff and
Class of '53
, Wayne's Motel S011 ' g
Modern M153 Shop West of
Chambersburg street Phone 973-R-32 120 Carlisle Street Phone 661
? When you want real ice
QM Qelvale 2:regDm1er3jo1gment.d..frask
'N or e va . t'
.M-fm the finestingriggnif, .o.Hl
....:.:.::: zzi ::,: 5 , and every one of the
many wonderful Delvale
flavors is so-o-o delicious. ii?
GROCERIES - PATENTS - FRUITS
DIETETICS - DELICACIES
" W If ik
Gettysburg Ice gt orage Co. 152 Chambersburg Street Gettysburg, Pa.
Telephone Gettysburg 175
1 . .
Beaver s THX1 SEIVICB Good Luck
PHONE 209 10
Class of '53
The First to See in the Morning
The Last to See at Night
Beavers Taxi Gettysburg Garment Co.
24 Hours 39 Queen Street Gettysburg, Pa
Ona lumdred fwrult one
Union Emblem Co.
IEWELERS TO CLASS 1954
P. H. Nissley, Mgr.
H and I-I Machine Shop
PONTIAC SALES AND SERVICE
Complete Wreck Service
Body, Frame and Fender Service
Du Pont Duco Painting
From a Scratch to a Complete Car
South Washington Street
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 of
the privileges enjoyed in a free America.
BE SMART - SAVE REGULARLY
2? Interest per Annum Paid on Savings Accounts
The First National Bank
of Gettysburg, Pa.
' Member of Federal Deposit
HOME DRESSED MEATS
Gettysburg, Pa. Phone 790
One 11 zmdrcd f'Zi'B1l'f1V-f'ZC'0
One lzwzdrvd twenty-four
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