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T i I L 3 .Ax f. I 'z I ex libris Y, . :..-..---. v -nn? 'W' 5 - , I E e Q N A 'xv rrsrvssw foreword Throughout the pages of this book, we, the class of 1955, have brought together the great and small events of our youthful times. In the future, we hope these pages will bring back many pleasant memories of our high school days. THE, EDITORS . 0 O .4 The senior class of ge'r'rysburg high school presents The nineteen fifty-five cannon-aid 'for-Richard H I' z"eEd'1t01 's-Jane Warr Joyce Mehri P Wfmager-Fred G in msmnriam MARLIN W CULLISON o the graduatmg class of 1955 A member contents foreword administration faculty seniors underclassmen activities sports features advertisements gettyslourg joint school system MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OE EDUCATION GETTYSBURG .Ray Kitzniiller, president Mrs. Crolda H. Collins, vice president Robert H. Deardorff, secretary The First National Bank l,N.M.j, treasurer Edward B. Bulleit Douglas W. Smith Leroy E. Smith Dr. Ralph D. W'ickerham CUMBERLAND John L. Maring, president l"rudence O. Martin, vice president Emory A. Fox, secretary Russel VV. Durboraw, treasurer Edward Eiker FRANKLIN john R. Sauter, president Thomas O. Oyler, vice president Gift H. VV alter, secretary Harry S. Bittinger, treasurer Melvin J. Kane FREEDOM John W. VVoods, president Mervin B. Bishop, vice president Raymond S. Scott, secretary Addison R. Durboraw, treasurer Edgar A. McDonnell MT. joy Glenn C. Bowers, president Reginald Zepp, vice president Charles M. A. Schildt, secretary Arthur R. Buehler, treasurer john VV. Schwartz HIGHLAND Allen A. Weilcert, president Howard A. Knouse, vice president Charles L. Lott, secretary Glenn R. Trostle, treasurer VValter L. Hay STRABAN ' Levi J. Spangler, president Ralph VV. Guise, vice president Raymond A. Sibert CN.M.j, secretary Oren H. VVilson, treasurer Hugh C. Mcllhenny William A. 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Tiff 1...,Jy . .. . fin V fwfkl H , : ,ff f f l . ,. .43 F .E ,i gzgvmgmgwfi .lggiliqi ,i1ii4?lfllMa1:ql. T flgwfifii-av , ,-Q,.'l,.,2a,gaEim!g,t 1 3 i mettaww tm CJ -wimlflrsmbsi iv 5 W ' .vii 3 4 ' lt im 1. as? JOHN O'BR1EN Driver Education N. Louisa RAMER JUNE RoUsH IOAN SACHS LUTHER Sfxcns, JR. ELMER H. SCHRIV Guidance Counselor Art Education Vocal Music Mathematics Vocational Agricult l HOXVARD S. SHOEMAKER ALICE M. SNYDER BERENICE E. Social Studies English General Home EVA SCHWARTZ JACOB M. SHEADS ROBERT E. SHEADS, SR. I American History Biology, History Economlcs FRED TROXELL DONALD ULLRICH SUsAN K. WE,NTz RUTH S. VVISLER ROBERT ZEIGLER Science Librarian English Instrumental Music senior class officers President, Herman Smith Vice President, Richard Hise Secretary, Virginia NVachter Treasurer, Cloyd Spence senior class advisers VVe wish to express our sincere appreciation for the understanding and guidance which our class advisers so willingly gave to us. In these few words we cannot thank them enough, but in the future We hope to justify their faith in us. senior class D wx I ,Q f B ' ff ff DOROTHY ELAINE ADAMS . . . Voca- tional I-Iome Economics . . . F.H.A. 4 . . . "Dottie" . . . enjoys reading and volleyball . . . Jerr-y Lewis and Doris Day are tops on her list of favorites . . . delighted by anything "blue" JEAN ELLEN BARRICK . . . Busi- ness Vocational . . . Choir 2, 3 . . . Etiquette Club lg Majorette Club 25 Junior Historian Club 33 F.I-I.A. 4 . . . "Jeanne" . . . Eddie Fisher is her "Magnificent Obsession" . . . simply can't stand sneaks . . . fried chicken and French fries are tops . . . "blue" is best . . . passes time with reading and horseback rid- ing. PI-IYLLIS JEAN BARNES . . . Com- mercial . . . Majorette Club Z: Junior His- torian Club 3, 4 . . . "Phyl" . . . shudders at teachers who give homework over weekends . . . "I Need You Noww by Eddie Fisher rates high . . . crazy over shrimp . . . Hgreenn is senior thumbs up . . . football and bowling are best. ROBERT DONALD BARNES . . . General . . . Band 3g Choir 1, Z . . . "Bob" . . . peeved by homework . . . goes all out for fried chicken and football . , . excels at eating and sleeping . . . everything looks "pink" . . . collecting rec- ords by Roy Hamilton rates high . . . favors Marilyn Monroe. JOSEPH C. BECKER, JR. . . . Commercial . . . Football 2 . . . Fishing Club lg Science Club 2g Chess Club 35 Table Tennis Club 4 . . . "Mike" . . . deplores home- room . . . cars fascinate him . . . baseball is unbeatable . . . "red" is right . . . Janet Leigh is appealing . . . "Mr, Sandman" definitely rates. GENE RAYMOND BOYD . . . Com- mercial . . . Football 4g Track 2 . . . Junior High Science Club 1 g Science Club 2, 3g Table Tennis Club 4 . . . "Thoup'l . . . snubs girls who smoke and drink . . . "pink and blacku are great . . . dreams of Janet Leigh . . . partial to crooning of Roy Hamilton . . . fond of French fries and shrimp. ANNA CATH- ERINE BOYER . . . Commercial . . . G.A.A. 1, 4 . . . "Annu . . . thumbs down on high- hatted people . . . eats simply scads of choco- late mint ice cream and T-bone steaks, well done . . . swoons to melodious sounds of Eddie Fisher . . . "Let Me Go Lover" causes chills to run up and down her spine . . . delighted by basketball and volleyball. PATSY ANN BREIGHNER . . . General-Vocational I-Iome Economics . . . Red Cross Club 1, Z5 Ma- jorctte Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Play Committee 1 . . . "Pat" . . . irritated by long socks . . . "White Christmas' wasn't "blue, . . . Wild over fried chicken and mashed potatoes . . . finds delight in collecting pictures . . . Rock Hudson is ap- pealing . . . loves football games and going swimming. class SPENCER BRENT . . . General . . . Fishing Club 23 junior Historian Club 3g Table Tennis Club 4 . . . f'Spencer" . . . goes all out for day dreaming with "Mr. Sandmanu . . . holds a prejudice for southern fried chicken . . . con- centrates on ice hockey . . . thought "The Apache" great . . . peeved by girls who smoke. DOLORES ANN BURGNER . . . Academic . . . Student Council l, 2, 3, 4 QSecretaryj . . . Cannon-Aid 4 . . . G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4g Cabinet 3 . . . Play Committees 1, 2, 3, 45 HGirl C1'azy": Mask and VVig 41 National Thespians 4 . . . Choir 2, 3, 4 . . . Cheerleading 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Etiquette Club 1: Phonograph Club 25 Junior Historian 3, 4 . . . "Snookie'l . . . dotes on Hurt Lancaster . . . to record collections she could listen "From Here to Eternity." WIL- LIAM PHILIP BUSHMAN . . . Com- mercial-General . . . football 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Safety Club 2, 3 . . . "Bush" . . . finds delight in chicken and waffles . . . thinks woman drivers are horrible . . . can't do without football . . . hotrods are tops . . . "I' Don't Hurt Anymore" but still "blue.'l DONALD JAY CARTER . . . Academic . . . Science Club l, 2, Spanish Club 3 CSecretary-Treasurerj . . . f'Deacon" . . . "Earth Angel" sends him . . . homework before exams is taboo . . . great lover of "pink and charcoal" . . . goes for turkey in a big Way . . . aspires to play ping-pong. DORIS MAE CARTER . . . CO1'I111lC1'C1Ell . . . Library As- sistant 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Majorette Club 2: Junior Historian Club 3, 4 . . . "Sis" . . . dancing is a "Magnificent Obsession" . . . adores Nat "King" Cole . . . nose up to unsociable people . . . basketball and dancing pleases . . . l'Count Every Star" in the "blue" DORIS VIR- GINIA CLABAUGH . . . Commercial . . . Cannon-Aid 4 . . . Ci.A.A. 1 . . . Red Cross Club 1 CT11-asurerj 5 Majorette Club 23 Junior Historian Club 3, 4 . . . "D-oad" . . . shudders at show-offs . . . "From Here to Eternityu it will be K'green" . . . delighted by French fries and hamburgers . . . writing letters is a source of enjoyment. MARTHA LOUISE. CLAP- SADDLE . . . Vocational Home Economics . . . Bridge Club 2, 3, F.H.A. 4 . . . "Marty" . . . Crocheting consumes time . . . favors French fries and steak . . . Mario Lanza when singing "Be My Love" is wonderful . . . "blue" is best . . . roller skating and watching television are sources of interest. RALPH L. CLAPSAD- DLE . . . Agriculture . . . F.F.A. 1, 3, 43 Science Club 2 . . . "This Old House" will be painted "blue" . . . goes for hunting and tele- vision . . . enthusiastic about Grace Kelly . . . shrimp and cheeseburgers taste swell . . . a lover of basketball and football. WILLIAM MERLE CLEVELAND . . . Commercial . . . Fishing Club 1 5 Chess Club 2 5 Junior Historian Club 3 . . . Magazine Sales I-Iomerooni Captain . . . "Cleve" . . . casts dirty looks at woman drivers . . . wild over television . . . "Till Then" he's "blue,' . . . nothing com- pares with Marilyn Monroe . . . French fries and steak please. JOHN CLIFTON COLE . . . General . . . Baseball 2, 3, . . . Science Club 25 Junior Historian Club 3, Table Tennis Club 4 . . . 'fjacku . . . irked by woman drivers . . . Romeo of '55 . . . goes all out for eating . . . can't do without Terry Moore and the warblings of The Midnighters . . . crazy over steamed shrimp and French fries . . . it's always "blue" RONALD HARRY COLLINS . . . Academic- Commercial . . . Class Vice President 2 . . . Student Council l, 2, 3, 4 . . . Cannon-Aid 45 Maroon and VVhite 3, 4 . . . Basketball 1 3 Track 2 . . . Band 1, 2, 3, 4 QPresidentj . . . Science Club 1, 23 Orchestra 3 . . . "Harry" . . . "blue" is best . . . "Gone VVith the Wind" are home- work assignments . . . canit do without French fries and hamburgers . . . basketball and tele- vision certainly rate. ROBERT MONROE CRANE . . . Arundel, Maryland 1, 2 . . . Cannon-Aid 43 Maroon and VVhite 3, 4 . . . F.F.A. 4 QChaplainj . . . Salesmanship Award, Second Prize . . . "Bob" . . . thumbs up on chicken and filling . . . "blue" all the time when not repairing the car . . . concentrates on auto mechanics . . . finds delight in "Little Things Mean a Lot" . . . crazy over June Allyson. TED LEONARD CROUSE . . Agriculture . . . "Girl Crazy" . . . Basketball l, 25 Football 1, 21, 3, 4g Track 1, 2, 3, 4. . . F.F.A. l, 2 QAssistant Vice Presidentj, 3 QVice Presidentj, 4 QSecretaryj . . . "Ted', . . . listens all day to strains of "Mr. Sandman" by the Cordettes . . . centers attention on apple pie . . . "green" is keen . . . non-cooperators are out. MARLIN WOODROW CULLISON . . . Commercial . . . Fishing Club 1 9 Hi-Y Club 3 . . . "jake" . . . Junior Class gripes him . . . attracted by French fries and steak . . . a lover of football and ice skating . . . goes for Rock Hudson and Doris Day . . . excels in eating. VIRGINIA LEE DELLINGER , . . Com- mercial-I-Iome Economics . . . Majorette Club Z5 junior Historian Club 3, 4 . . . "Ginny" . . . play shoes with anklets are on the black list . , . favors "yellow" . . . exists -on French fries and hamburgers . . . Montgomery Clift rates high . . . favors roller skating. JANE CLAIRE DONLEY . . . Academic , . . Student Council l, 2, 4 . . . Cannon-Aid 45 Maroon and White 3, 4 . . . G.A.A. 3, 4 . . . "Our Miss Brooksng UGirl Crazy", Play Committees 35 Mask and Wig 3, 4, National Thespians 4 . . . Band 1 . . . Etiquette Club 1 3 Journalism Club 3, 4 . . . nothing compares with golf and horseback rid-- ing . . . unexpected quizzes are taboo . . . fond of horse shows . . . Dean Martin and the Hill- toppers delight . . . centers her attention on sports. senior NANCY MAE DOUGLASS . . . Academic . . . G.A.A. 3, 4 . . . Play Committee 4 . . . Etiquette Club 1, Majorette Club 2, Junior Historian Club 35 Junior Red Cross 4 . . . "Gone With the Wind" was appealing . . . adores French fries and steak . . . dreams of Tony Martin and John Wayne . . . reading is great . . . disgusted by stuck-up people. CLARENCE W. DRACHA . . . General . . . Football lg Bas- ketball l . . . Junior Red Cross 1, Junior His- torian Club 2 . . . Unconscious "Jake', . . . shuns selfish people . . . nothing compares with sleeping . . . enjoys collecting records . . . dreams of spaghetti and meatballs . . . his talk- ing never ceases . . . favors swimming in 'fEbb Tide" . . . Johnny Ray is tops. PAMELIA JANE DULANEY . . . Academic . . . Student Council 1 , . . Cannon-Aid 4 g Maroon and White 3, 4 . . . G.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 1 . . . Play Committee 3, 4j Mask and Wig 4 . . . Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus lg Girls' Ensemble 3 . . . Etiquette Club l 3 Majorette Club 25 Journalism Club 3, 4 . . . "Pam', . . . "blue's" her hue . . . 'KStardust" falls while skating or dancing . . . detests conceited underclassmen . . . fried chicken tickles taste buds. MELVIN RUSSELL DURBOROVV . . . Vocational Agriculture . . . Band 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . F.F.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Pennsylvania Milk Producers Award lg Keystone Farmer Award 4 5 State F.F.A. Band 3, 4 . . . "Durb" . . . strawberry short- cake is a source of enjoyment . . . finds delight in ice skating . . . attracted by "light blue." PAUL LEON EVANS, JR .... General . . . Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3 . . . Junior Red Cross 1, 2' QTreasurerjg Junior Historian 3, 4 . . . "Moose" . . . battering end . . . love that seafood . . . loathes high-hatted people . . . finds delight in football and horseback rid- ing . . . hunting and a certain dark haired Sen- ior girl rate tops . . . everything is "blue," navy that is, in the great days ahead. JAMES ED- WARD EVERLY . . . Academic-General . . . class Football 2, 3, 4g Basketball 2, 3, 4 . . . Science Club 1 CSecretaryj 3 Junior Historian Club 3 3 Table Tennis Club 4 . . . "Ev" . . . "blue" is tops . . . dotes on steak and French fries . . . Don Cornell interests . . . enthusiastic over "Samson and Delilah" . . . sports are appealing . . . eating is constant source of enjoyment. ANNA BESSIE FERREBEE . . , Com- mercial . . . Maroon and White 2, 3, 4 . , . Journalism Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Refreshment Com- mittee Chairman . . . "Ann" . . . can't do with- out reading . . . Eddie Fisher rates high . . . "Seven Brides for Seven Brothers" was swell . . . "green', is on the list. DONALD RICH- ARD FETTER . . . Academic . . . Junior His- torian Club 3, Junior Red Cross 4 . . . "Dick" . . . crazy over lobster tails . . . unpleasant thoughts about coming to school . . . Alan Ladd and Marilyn Monroe are on the list .. "turquoise" is tops . . . goes for hunting and baseball. senior HENRIETTA LOUISE FILSINGER . . . Academic-Commercial . . . G.A.A. Z, 3, 4 . . . Play Committees 3, 45 Mask and Wig 4 . . . Library Club 1: Journalism Club Z, junior Historian Club 3, 4 . . . i'Penny,' . . . active artist . . . when the name Bob Wagner appears on the marquee "blues" disappear . . . the gridiron game takes her fancy . . . she loves to "Make Herself Comfortable, when she's day dreaming. DOROTHY ANN FTSCLE . . . Academic . . . G.A.A. 3, 4 . . . Play Committee 4 . . . Majorette Club 2, Junior Historian Club 3, 4 . . . '4DottieH . . . agile athlete . . . thumbs up on sports and Frankie Laine, but thumbs down on conceited under- classmen . . . she can't wait "Till Then" to eat those "red" shrimp. HENRY EDWARD FOX . . . Academic . . . Student Council 2, 4 . . . Cannon-Aid Qphotographerj 2, 3, 4, Ma- roon and White Qphotographerj 2, 3, 4 . . . "Our Miss Brooks'g "Girl Crazyug Play Com- mittees 2, 3, Mask and Wig 2, 3, 4 QPresi- dentj, National Thespians 3, 4 QSecretaryj . . . Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Cstudent directorjg Choir 4, Dance Band 4 . . . Science Club lg Or- chestra Z, 33 junior Historian Club 4 . . . Decoration Committee Co-chairman . . . "Hank!' . . . Mr. Music . . . hamburgers and French fries' are tops . . . music and model railroading consume his extra moments. JOHN VV. FRY, JR .... Academic-Commercial . . . Track 3 . . . Play Committees 3, 4 . . . Band l, 2, 3, 4 . . . Science l, 2, 3 QTreasurerj, Chess Club 4 . . . 4'Johnny" . . . goes for French fries with plenty of "red" catsup . . . Theresa Brewer chants his favorite ditty, "Too Young to Tangou . . . football holds his athletic interest. THOMAS RAY GORMLEY . . . Academic-Commercial . . . Maroon and White l, 2, 3, 4 CBusiness Managerj . . ."Girl Crazy", Mask and Wig 4 . . . "GormU . . . his pick of the rainbow is "purple" . . . f'Shane" tops Hollywood attractions . . . Working at the parking lot takes those extra hours . . . "Blue Tango" is his favorite tune. FRED TRVIN GRACE . . . Agriculture . . . Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Choir 3, 4 . . . F.F.A. 1, 2,3 QSentinelj, 4 QRe- porterj . . . Keystone Farmer . . . f'Fred" . . . trombone king . , . thumbs down on woman drivers . . . Doris Day croons his tunes . . . sportswise softball gets the nod . . . "blue" stands out on the color chart, MARY ANNE GRAY . . . Academic . . . Cannon-Aid QArt Editorj . . . G.A.A. 2, 3, 4 . . . Play Commit- tees 3, 43 Mask and Wig 4 . . . Journalism 2, junior Historian 3, 4 . . . "Mary" . . . advanced artist . . . isn't fond of conceited underclassmen . . . fried chickenls the prize platter . . . Marlon Brando takes the acting honors . . . delighted by Bing Crosby's vocal talent. RALPH FRED- RICK GUISE . . . Academic . . . Student Council 3, 4 . . . Cannon-Aid 4 CBusiness Man- agerj . . . Science Club l, 2, 3 QSecretaryj . . . Franklin and Marshall Book Award . . . "Fred" . . . wonder boy of the future . . . in the cinema line Doris Day and "Beneath the Twelve Mile Reef" are appealing . . . scorns senoritas who drink and smoke . . . goes all out on the football field and on the golf "green." GUY WILLIAM I-IARNER . . . Commercial . . . Safety Club 2g junior Historian 3, 4 . . . "Guy" . . . Ford flyer . . . cars call his attention . . . despises back seat drivers . . . cheeseburgers and French fries appeal to hi1n . . . ice skating attracts his eye . . . "VVhite Christmasl' is the movie rage . . . "blue's" his favorite hue. FRANCIS BOYD I-IARTMAN . . . Agricul- ture . . . Band l, 2, 3, 4. . . F.F.A. l, Z, 3, 4 QSentinelj . . . F.F.A. Band . . . "Smillie'l . . . his dinner bell rings for French fries . . . on the silver screen Gary Cooper gets a vote . . . fond of aviation and the wild "blue" yonder . . . enjoys working on machines. GLENN RICH- ARD HARTZEL . . . Commercial-Academic . . . Baseball l, 2, 3, 4 . . . Science Club lg Safety Club 2, 35 Junior Historian 4 . . . "Glenn" . . . iron man Hartzel . . . girls that drink and smoke gripe him . . . "Let Me Go, Lover" and the chanting of Perry Como top the tune list . . . "red" really rates . . . class throwing the baseball tops the sporting world. DARWIN I-IEAGY . . . Agriculture . . . F.F.A. l, 2, 3, 4 . . . "Darwin" . . . at the dinner table it's ice cream and pepsi . . . Perry Como sings his favorite tune, 'The Man W' ith the Banjo" . . . shooting crows passes his time . . . fond of baseball . . . f'green'sH the color for this boy. RICHARD EUGENE I-IEFLIN . . . Agriculture . . . Football 2, 3, 4g Track l . . . "Seven Brides for Seven Brothers" gets his attention . . . turns his back on catty boys . . . finds enjoyment when hunting or working on automobiles . . . southern fried chicken and cherry pie are his food. MARY MADA- LINE HERRING . . . Commercial . . . Cannon-Aid 4 . . . G.A.A. l, 2, 4 . . . Red Cross Council l, 3, 4 QTreasurerjg Majorette Club Z . . . "Marfy' . . . snobbish kids are her pet peeve . . . concentrates on driving in her spare time . . . delighted by fried chicken and French fries . . . at the cinema Rock I-Iudson and Doris Day fill the bill . . . "pink and blue" are on the color chart. RICHARD TODD I-IISE . . . Academic . . . Sharon Hill, Penn- sylvania l, 2 . . . Cannon-Aid QEditorj 4 . . . Class Vice President 4, Student Council 3 . . . Basketball 3, 4g Baseball 3, 4 . . . Chess Club 3, Cannon-Aid 4 . . . "Dick,' . . . versatile editor . . . hates rained out baseball games . . . "Sep- tember Song" is his hit parade topper . . . baseball goes good in both the hobby and sport fields . . . steak and French fries are his stomach's delight. THEGDORE RODNEY HISE . . . Academic . . . Sharon Hill, Pennsyl- vania l, 2 . . . Maroon and White 3, 4 . . . Basketball Zg Baseball 2 . . . Spanish Club 3 QPresidentjg journalism 4 . . . f"I'heol' . . . twin terror . . . girls who drink and smoke get under his skin . . . reading about sports keeps the extra moments active . . . "From Here to Eternityl' copped the movie choice . . . blue is his rainbow choice . . . believes Richard Wid- mark and Elaine Stewart to be a dynamic pair. ETHEL RAE JONES . . . Commercial- Academic . . . Medford, Oregon l g Ontario, Oregon 2 . . . Choir 2 . . . F.H.A. 2, 3, 4 QSec- retaryj . . . "Shorty" . . . busy little bee . . . conceited people are off the list . . . dancing to "Star Dust" definitely on . . . crazy over boys and watching TV . . . sheis never "blue" when Rock Hudson and Elizabeth Taylor appear on the screen. GEORGE EDVVARD KANE . . . Commercial . . . Cannon-Aid 45 Maroon and White 3 . . . Baseball 2, 3, 4 . . . Play Commit- tees 3, 4 . . . Science Club lg Safety Club 25 Journalism Club 3, Junior Historian Club 4 . . . smiling HEd" . . . irked by silly girls . . . goes all out for steamed shrimp and French fries . . . swings a mean bat in baseball . . . "black" days vanish to the refrains of "SincerelyU and music by the Clovers . . . nothing compares with Audrey Hepburn in "Roman Holidayf' JOHN PHILIP KENNELL . . . Commercial . . . Hobby Club lg Safety Club 2, 3 . . . "Phill, . . . dotes on apple dumplings . . . shrinks from sophisticated women . . . TV's his tonic . . . he's not "blue, about his last year in "This Ole House" . . . dotes on all sports and watch- ing TV. KENNETH ALLAN KNOX . . . Academic . . . Student Council . . . Fishing Club 1 fPresidentj 5 Safety Club 2, Junior His- torian Club 3, 4 . . . "Kenny" . . . happy hunter . . . he's "Movin Oni' from snobbish girls 'md feminines that smoke . . . greatly enjoys the crooning of Bing Crosby . . . fried chicken tickles his taste buds . . . goes for green in 1 big way. NANCY IRENE LANDIS . . . Com-- mercial . . . Hobby Club 1' lxed Cross 2 3 4 . . . Nan' . . . favors steak and French fries . . . art and Eddie Fisher are appealing . . . visiting certain neighbors yes' certain cliques o . . . My Friends are Howard Keel and Ann Blyth CEOFFREY HARDINGF LAN GSAM Academic Staten Island New York Student Council 2 3 4 Pres Maroon and XVh1te 4 Basl etball 2 3 4 S 9 I1 I O I' Track 2, 3, 4 . . . "Our Miss Brooks", "Girl Crazy", "Mask and Wig 4, National Thespians 4 . . . Choir 3, 4 . . . Chess Club 25 Table Tennis Club 3, 4 . . . t'Jeff" . . . royal regent . . . goes for discs and Doris Day . . . vegetables are on the black list . . . to basketball he gives his all . . . "From Here to Eternity" cops first in the flicker field. GLADYS HELEN LAW- VER . . . Home Economics . . . G.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 4. . . Choir 2 . . . F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . "ToodieU . . . fond of playing volleyball, taking pictures and eating . . . competent cook . . . fresses French fries . . . wild for Cornel VVilde . . . wasn't "blue" when she saw "White Christmasfi HENRY RICHARD LEATH- ERMAN . . . Vocational Agriculture . . . F.F.A .... F.F.A. Green Hand Chapter . . . f'Crazy Legsl' . . . hunting hits the spot . . . baseball and "blue" bring this boy happiness . . . Red Skelton tickles his funny bone . . . tremendously fond of ice cream and bar-b-qued chicken. K 7 0' C O' 7 yy 3 I 7 C 5 3 7 H H 7 4 J: . J I ' L I 1 - . o n.n fp 1ClC'lltJ . . . Cannon-Aid 4 tArt Editorj . . . 4 ' I . . . :cf , , I O DORIS JEAN LEIST . . . Commercial-Home Economics . . . G.A.A. 1, 2, 3 . . . Choir 25 Chorus l . . . Etiquette Club 15 F.H.A. 2, 3, 4 C'Vice Presidentj . . . Nurse Room Assistant 1 . . . "DotU . . . dashing Dotty . . . cheeseburgers and French fries make her menu . . . detests self centered people . . . skating and swimming till the sport bill. JANICE MAE LESCAL- LEET . . . Commercial-Home Economics . . . Hobby Club 15 F.H.A. ZZ, 3, 4 . . . Nurse Room Assistant 1 . . . 'fJanice" . . . boys in blue, Dodges that is, bring her joy . . . favors ham- burgers and French fries . . . " A Star Is Bornu takes the movie scene . . . two faced people are taboo. DONALD WILLIAM LITTLE, JR .... General-Academic . . . Foot- ball 1 . . . Fishing Club l QVice Presidentjg Junior Historian 35 Table Tennis 4 . . . "Pud" . . . Anchors Away . . . no '4Heart of Stone" but he likes the song . . . steak and French fries are his chow . . . "blue" is his hue . . . Don Cornell does his vocal duty. SANDRA JEANNE LITTLE . . . Academic . . . Cannon- Aid 45 Maroon and White 2, 3, 4 . . . Hobby Club 15 Journalism 2, 3, 4 . . . "Sandy" . . . silent Sandy . . . fried chicken is her private platter . . . nose up at snobby people . . . col- lecting records possesses her leisure hours . . . "Stardust" tops the bandstand. CHARLES EUGENE LIVINGSTON . . . General . . . Football 1, 2, 3 . . . Table Tennis 4 . . . "ChickU . . . Heet fellow . . . jazz records are his enter- tainment dish . . . southern fried chicken holds that meal time appeal . . . in the sport world it's football all the way . . . Ray Hamilton records his favorite tune. REGINA Mc- INTIRE . . . Commercial . . . Fairfield, Penn- sylvania 1, 2, 3 . . . Junior Historian Club 4 . . . "Jean" . . . casts dirty looks at "boy chasersu . . . excels at eating Italian spaghetti . . . crazy over Jo Stafford and Stan Kenton . . . favors "light bluef' BARBARA JOANNE MANNING . . . General . . . Committees 3, 45 Mask and Wig 4 . . . Hobby Club 15 Journalism Club 2, 3, 4 . . . "Babs" . . . "Let Me Go Loverw tops her hit parade . . . snooty people definitely do not rate . . . football holds her sports attention . . . denizens of the deep are her favorite dish . . 'Kblue's', for Babs. JOYCE STELLA MEHRING . . . Academic . . . Student Council 1, 2, 3 QTreasurerJ, 4 . . . Cannon-Aid 4 CCo-Feature Editorj5 Maroon and White 2, 3, 4 QCD-News EditorJ5 Quill and Scroll 3, 4 . . . G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Cabinet 1, 3, 4 QPresidentJ . . . "Our Miss Brooksug "Girl Crazy", Play Committees 2, 35 Mask and Wig 3, 45 National Thespians 4 . . . Band l, 2, 3 QVice Presidentj 45 Choir' Z, 3, 45 Girls' Ensemble 2, 3 . . . Etiquette Club 15 Journal- ism Club 2, 3, 4 . . . State Tuberculosis Jour- nalism Award 2 . . . Voice of Democracy Essay, Second Prize 3 . . . D.A.R. American History Award 3 . . . "Joyce" . . . active all around . . . peppermint patties please . . . reading rates . . . sporting wise, it's basketball's day. class MARGARET IDA MILLHIMES . . . Com- mercial . . . Hobby Club lg Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4 . . . "Peg" . . . peeved by girls who smoke . . . enjoys roller skating and dating a certain blond . . . "blue" is appealing and so is "Wliite Christmasf' ROBERT GLENN MTNTER . . . Academic . . . Maroon and lVlnte 2 . . . Basketball 1 . . . Football 1 CMan- agerj . . . Play Committees Z . . . Choir 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Science Club l 5 Journalism Club 2, 3, Junior Historian 4 . . . "B-ob" . . . rhythm master . . . stuck-up people bother him . . . Ends delight in dancing and loafing . . . "Time Will Tellu what the future will bring. JAYNE CAROLE MUMPER . . . Academic . . . G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Etiquette Club l 5 Spanish Club 3 5 Junior Historian Club 4 . . . "Blain" . . . disgusted by gossips . . . enthusiastic about basketball and watching television . . . "If I Give My Heart to Youu by Doris Day tops her list. NANCY NETH . . . Academic . . . Class Secretary lg Class President 3 . . . Stu- dent Council l, 2, 3, 4 QVice Presidentj . . . Maroon and Wliite 3, 4 QCirculation Man- senior agerjg Quill and Scroll 3, 4 . . . G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. Cabinet 4 QTreasurerj . . . "Lights Outf' "Our Miss Brooks," "Girl Crazy", Play Committees 35 Mask and VV ig 3, 43 National Thespians 4 . . . Band l, 2, 3 QPublicity Sec- retaryj 45 Choir 3, 4 CAccompanistjg Girls' Ensemble 3 . . . Etiquette Club 1, Bridge Club 2, Journalism Club 3, 4 . . . "NanU . . . busy as a beaver . . . complainers annoy her . . . scallops are pleasing . . . she is never "blue" when Montgomery Clift is on the marquee. ISABEL JANE OYLER . . . Home Eco- nomics . . . G.A.A. l . . . Choir 3, 43 Chorus 2 . . . Hobby Club lg Phonograph Club 2, 3g F.H.A. 4 . . . "Issie" . . . good feminine driver . . . simply can't stand two faced people and the junior Class . . . bowling is a source of enjoyment . . . nothing co1npares with "Hearts of Stone" and the "Magnificent Obsession." CHARLENE AUGUSTA PATTERSON . . . Commercial . . . Student Council 4 . . . Cannon-Aid 4, Maroon and VVhite Z, 3, 4 QMake-up Editorj g Quill and Scroll, 3, 4 fVice Presidentj . . . G.A.A. 1 . . . Pla-y Committees 2, 3, 45 Mask and VVig 3, 45 National Thespians 4 . . . Choir Z, 3, 4 . . . Girls' Ensemble 2, 3 . . . Junior Red Cross 1, Journalism Club Z, 3, 43 Table Tennis Club 4 . . . Library Assistant 1 . . . Magazine Sales Homeroom Captaing Third Prize . . . "Pat" . . . queen bee . . . flirts disgust this lass . . . crazy over steak and French fries . . . finds delight in dancing and watching tele- vision . . . "red" rates. RICHARD ANNAN PENNINGTON . . . Academic . . . Maroon and VVhite 2, 3, 4 . . . Bank 1, Choir 4 . . . Science Club lg Journalism Club 2, 3, 4 . . . "Dick" . . . big basketeer . . . casts his affec- tion on sea food and "Ebb Tideu . . . real weird are the odds and ends accumulated . . . can't stand girls who drag their heels. CAROLINE NANCY PLANK . . . Commercial . . . Stu- dent Council 1 . . . G.A.A. 1, 2, 3 . . . Band 2, 3 . . . Etiquette Club lg Orchestra 2, 33 Jun- ior Historian Club 4 . . . "Carol', . . . detests bossy people . . . goes for butterscotch sundaes . . . fond of "red,'l and the "Blue Tangof' ' I 'tmwmlfwik f flaw: class DORIS JEAN RAFFENSPERGER . . . Academic . . . Choir 3 . . . Red Cross 1 3 Phono- graph Club 2: Spanish Club 35 Junior His- torian Club 4 . . . "Raffy,' . . . glad gal . . . thinks high heels with anklets are horrible . . . smiles at football and ice skating . . . "From Here to Eternity" interests this lass. ALYCE NANCY RAMER . . . Academic . . . Cannon- Aid 45 Maroon and VVhite Z, 3, 4 t1Make-up Assistantj . . . G.A.A. 2, 3, 4 . . . "Mumbo Iumbon: "Our Miss Brooksng "Girl Crazy": Play Committees 3, 43 Mask and VVig 3, 4 CSecretaryj 3 National Thespians 4 . . . Choir Z, 3 CSecretary-Treasurerj, 4: Girls' Ensemble 3 . . . Journalism Club 2, 3, 4 . . . "Nancy" . . . conceited people are off the list . . . cherry pie and milkshakes are tops . . . goes all out for swimmings, tennis, and football . . . adores "red," but "Blue Moon" attracts her attention also. JOAN LARUE REED . . . Commercial . . . G.A.A. l, 2 . . . Band 2, 3, 4 CSecretaryl : Orchestra 2, 3 . . . "Joan" . . . irked by girls who smoke . . . loves steamed shrimp . . . delighted by Eddie Fisher singing "If I' Ever Needed You" . . . big moment is Joe . . . excels at roller skating. VVILLIAM THOMAS RIDINGER . . . Vocational Agriculture . . . F.F.A. l, 2, 3, 4 . . . "Big Bill" . . . shuns show offs . . . great lover of ice cream . . . base- ball and rifle shooting are for him . . . "redls" the day when "Dragnet" and Jack VVebb cross his screen. CHARLES EUGENE RIFFLE . . . General . . . Track 3 . . . Band l, 2, 3, 4 . . . Fishing Club lg Chess Club 3, 4 . . . "Gene" . . . thumbs down on show-offs . . . a lover of "You'll Never Walk Alone" by Eddie Fisher . . . enjoys French fries with "red'l catsup. CAROLE RAE RIGGEAL . . . Com- mercial . . . Student Council l, 4 . . . Cannon- Aid 4 . . . Play Committees 3, 4 . . . Chorus 3 . . . Etiquette Club l 3 Majorette Club 23 -lun- ior Historian Club 3, 4 . . . "Carole" . . . shy and sweet . . . peeved by persons who think they are big wheels, but are only little spokes . . . great lover of Swiss steaks and mashed potatoes . . . writing letters to a certain some- one is her source of interest . . . likes "yellow", and "brown" in her wardrobe. MARIETTA CAROLINE SAUTER . . . Academic . . . Maroon and Vtfhite 3, 4 . . . "Lights Outug Play Committees 3, 45 Mask and Wig 3, 43 National Thespians 4 . . . journalism Club 3, 4 . . . Voice of Democracy Essay, First Prize 3: Second Prize 4 . . . "Detta" . . . shrinks from moody people . . . a lover of onion sand- wiches and spaghetti . . . "The Magnificent Obsession" attracted her eye . . . anything "black" or good reading will receive her ap- proval. ELISE KAY SCHARF . . . Academic . . . Maroon and White 2, 3, 4 CEditor-in- Chiefj 5 Quill and Scroll 3, 4 t'Presidentj . . . 'tMumbo lumboug 'tGirl Crazyug Play Com- mittees 3, 4g Mask and VVig 3, 4 CTreasurerj 3 National Thespians 4 . . . Choir 2, 3, 4 tSec- retary-Treasurerjg Girls' Ensemble 2, 33 Chorus l . . . Journalism Club 2, 3, 4, Table Tennis Club 4 . . . Library Assistant l . . . Salesmanship Award, Fifth Prize . . . "Elise" . . . jovial Jill . . . moody people irritate her . . . steaks are tops . . . loves listening to music. MARY ELIZABETH SEIBERT . . . Academic . . . Maroon and White 2, 3, 4 . . . G.A.A. 3, 4 . . . Choir 2, 3, 4 . . . Red Cross lg Journalism 2, 3, 4 . . . "Mary" . . . "Gone VV ith the VVind" are snobbish people . . . hails popular music . . . ice-skating enthusiast . . . shrimp and spaghetti are favorites . . . en- joys football games . . . deep passion over rhythmic refrains sung by Bing Crosby. ELTNOR COLLEEN SETTLE . . . Com- mercial . . . Etiquette Club lg Majorette Club 2, 3, 45 Majorette 3, 4 . . . "Teeny" . . . finds delight in swimming and dancing . . . is irked by egotistical people ..., at the cinema, "Gone VV ith the VVind', rates tops . . . crazy over coconut cream pie and milkshakes . . , enthu- siastic about Writing letters and dancing with a certain someone . . . "Caramia" by Roy Hamilton is the sweetest combination this side of heaven . . . fall hues of "green and brown" cheer this lassie. BILLIE MAE SHEALER . . . Commercial . . . Majorette Club 2, 3, 45 Majorette 3, 4 QHeadj . . . "Billie', . . . can't stand busybodies . . . hamburgers and French fries are appealing . . . "Let Me Go Lover" to all football games . . . extremely enjoys dates with a certain fellow . . . swoons over Eddie Fisher's crooning . . . "purple" shades are appealing and so was "White Christmas." EDWARD EUGENE SHETTER . . . Com- mercial . . . Chess Club 25 junior Historian Club 3, 4 . . . "Ed" . . . busybodies are taboo . . . fried chicken is tops . . . jane Russell is his pin-up girl . . . goes for swimming, hunt- ing and eating in a big way . . . "White Christmas" was a favorite in the cinema but "red" is a favorite elsewhere. DONNA ANN SHULL . . . Commercial . . . Student Council 1, 2 . . . Embroidery Club 13 Majorette Club 25 Junior Historian 3, 4 . . . "Donna" . . . turns back on Bermuda shorts and long stock- ings . . . she believes Tony Curtis and Rhonda Fleming a great combo . . . will walk a mile for French fried shrimp with French fries . . . "From Here to Eternity" won an award on her list also . . . goes all out for roller skating and collecting pictures. DAVID LAWRENCE SIBERT . . . Agriculture . . . F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . 'fDave" . . . unpleasant thoughts about writing themes for English Class . . . his song is "Out Behind the Barn" . . . Martha Raye and Abbott and Costello tickle his funny bone . . . likes wood carving and football games . . . finds delight in watching "Dragnet" . . . "blue" is best. JAMES EARL SINGLEY . . . Agri- culture . . . Student Council l, 2, 3, 4 . . . "Girl Craz-yu . . . F.F.A. l, 2, 3, 4 . . . Keystone Farmer Award 4 . . . "jimi, . . . deplores snobbish girls . . . favors sour pickles and ice cream Qnot at the same time, thoughj . . . can't do without football, hunting, and a certain girl . . . fond of "Mr. Sandman" and crooner Eddie Fisher. SAMUEL AUGUSTUS SMALL . . . Commercial . . . Class Treasurer 2 . . . Cannon- Aid 4 . . . Football Manager Z, 3, 4 . . . Play Committees 2 . . . Science Club l, 2, 35 Junior Historians 4 . . . 'fSam" . . . gets vexed at stuck-up people . . . delighted by shrimp and French fries . . . his interests are centered on sports . . . "red" rates, too. senior HERMAN WILLARD SMITH . . . Academic . . . Fort Wayne, Indiana 1 . . . Class Vice President 35 Class President 4 . . . Student Council Z, 4 . . , Maroon and White 3, 4 Sports Editorjg Quill and Scroll 3, 4 . . . "Mumbo Jumbo", "Lights Outug "Girl Crazy g Play Committees 2, 3, 4g Mask and Wig 2, 3, 4 National Thespians 3, 4 QTreasurerj . . . Choir 4 . . . Science Club 2, journalism Club 3, 4 "Heian" . . . ambitious prexy . . . frowns on grouches . . . grins at malts . . . takes pleasure in ice skating and making his buggy go. LORNA ROSELLA SMITH . . . Voca- tional Home Economics . . . G.A.A. 1 2 4g Cabinet 4 . . . F.H.A. Club 4 Treasurerj . . . "Pickle" . . . nothing compares with fried Rhode Island "Red" and mashed potatoes . . . basketball is her source of enjoyment . . . dreams of becoming a Wave . . . Van john- son and 'tThe Last Time I Saw Parisu cle- lighted this gal. WI'LLIAM ALFRED SNY- DER . . . General . . . Student Council 2, 3 ...Football 1gTrack2 . . . Band 1, 2, 3 . .. Science Club 1, 25 Orchestra 3g junior His- torian Club 4 . . . "WilburU . . . patient pool when roller skatlng comes along CHARLES RICHARD STERNER Agriculture FFA 1 Z Treasurerj 3 Secretaryj 4 CTreasurer Charlie steak and French IFISS hit 100 per cent wh1le snobbish irls rate O Mr Sandman and Eddie Fisher are real gone blue is tops but so was White Christmas SANDRA ELAINE STRAUSBAUGH Academic Commercial Maroon and White 3 4 A 1 2 3 Play Committees 3 4 Mask and Wig 4' National Thespians 4 . . . Choir 2 4' Chorus 1 . . . Etiquette Club 1' Vlajorette Club 2' Journalism 3 4' Table Tennis Club 4 . . . Sandy . . . loathes con- ceited underclassmen . . . hamburgers and French fries are great . . . green gets glory. YVONNE LOU SUTPHIN . . . Com- mercial . . . Taneytovvn High School 1, 2 . . . F.H.A. 4 QPresidentj . . . "Vonnie" . . . s if and sweet . . . does not like to see a tall gal. with a short guy . . . chili con carne and a certain guy are appealing . . . "Let Me Go Lover" and Les Paul go hand in glove. player . . . stuck-up people are his gripe . . . goes for angel food cake and vanilla ice cream . . . 'KC-fone With the Wind" ills his movie dish. CLOYD WILLIAM SPENCE . . . Agriculture-Commercial . . . Class Treasurer 3, 4 . . . Cannon-Aid 4 CSports Editorjg Maroon and White 3, 4 . . . "Girl Crazyu . . . Football 2, 3, 4 QCO-captainj 5 Baseball 2, 3, 4 . . . F.F.A. 1, 25 junior Historian Club 3 . . . "Spencie" . . . girls who smoke and drink don't get Spencieis vote . . . "Mr. Sandmany' lulls him to sleep . . . fishing, pleases our foot- ball captain. KARL WILLIAM STAIGER . . . Agriculture-General . . . New Oxford, Pennsylvania 2, 3 . . . Football 1, Basketball 15 Track 1, 4 . . . Chess Club 15 F.F.A. 2, 3, 4 . . . "Staig" . . . old acquaintance . . . scorns going to school , . . loves T-bone steaks and French fries . . . "This Old House" and Perry Como ring a bell . . . the ref's Whistle starts his favorite sport, basketball . . . no Hbluesu class ' .. senior WILLIAM ROBERT SWISHER, JR .... Academic . . . Cannon-Aid 2, 3, 4, Maroon and White 2, 3, 4 . . . "Girl Crazyn, Play Com- mittees 2, 3, 4, Mask and Wig 2, 3, 4, Na- tional Thespians 3, 4 CPresidentj . . . Choir 2, 3, 4 . . . Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Ensemble 2 . . . Science Club 1, 2, Orchestra 3, Junior Historian Club 4 . . . 'fBill,' . . . the big moment of becoming a minister attracts him . . . adores hamburgers but shuns conceited people. LARENE MAE TATE . . . Commercial . . . Play Committees 3, 4 . . . Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Or- chestra. Z, 3, 4 . . . Junior Red Cross 1, 2 . . . Library Assistant Z, 3 . . . "Rene" . . . fond of potato chips . . . Jud-y Garland in "A Star Is Born" was tops. SHIRLEY ANN TEMPLE . . . Academic-Commercial . . . Cannon-Aid 4, Maroon and White 3, 4 CCO-Feature Edi- torj , Quill and Scroll 4 tSecretary-Treas- urerj . . . Play Committees 4, Mask and VVig 4 . . . G.A.A. 2, 4, Cabinet 4 . . . Journal- ism Club Z, 3, 4, Table Tennis Club 4 . . . Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . "Shirts" . . . scorns feature writers who donit meet the deadline . . . nothing compares with football games. VIRGINIA ANN WACHTER . . . Com- mercial . . . Class Secretary 2, 3, 4- . . . Cannon- Aid 4, Maroon and White Z, 3, 4 QCO-Feature Editorj, Quill and Scroll 3, 4 . . . G.A.A. 1, 3, 4 . . . Play Committees 4, Mask and VV ig 4 . . . Band Z, 3, Junior Band 1, Choir 4 . . . Journalism Club 2, 3, 4, Table Tennis 4 . . . Library Assistant 1 . . . State Tuberculosis Journalism Award 2 . . . "Ginny" . . . literary lass . . . deplores complainers . . . oyster filling and peppermint puffs are appealing. SIGNE LOUISE WAGNILD . . . Academic . . . Stu- dent Council 3, 4 . . . Cannon-Aid 4 . . . G.A.A. l, 2 . . . "Girl Crazy" , Play Committees 3, Mask and Wig 4, National Thespians 4 . . . Choir 2, 3, 4, Girls' Ensemble 2, 3 . . . Junior Red Cross tPresidentj, Majorette Club 2, Junior His- torian Club 3, 4 . . . "Sig" . . . can't stand people who pick over food . . . steak and French fries are the most. RUTH AREA WALHAY . . . Academic-Commercial . . . Play Committees 2 . . . Band 1, Z . . . Majorette Club 2, Junior Historian Club 3, 4 . . . "Butch' . . . flirtatious feminine . . . despises Ucliquesi' . . . goes for steak and French fries. JANE MARIE WAR- REN . . . Academic-Commercial . . . Student Council 1 . . . Cannon-Aid 4 CCO-Feature Edi- torJ , Maroon and White 2, 3, 4 QMake-Up As- sistantj , Quill and Scroll 3, 4 . . . G.A.A. l, Z, 3, 4, Cabinet 4 . . . "Our Miss Brooks", Play Committees 2, 3, 4, Mask and Wig 4, National Thespians 4 . . . Girls' Ensemble 2, Chorus l . . . Library Club 1 QPresidentj, Library As- sistant 1, 2 . . . Majorette Club 2, 3, 4, Major- ette 3, 4 . . . Journalism Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Decora- tion Committee Co-Chairman . . . Salesmanship Award, First Prize . . . "Jackie,' . . . neatest feminine . . . no quibbles when steak and angel food cake are on the menu . . . although every- thing looks rosy, "blueU is still her favorite. ROBERT STANLEY WEIKERT . . . Academic . . . Cannon-Aid 4, Maroon and VVhite 3, 4 . . . "Girl Crazy" . . . Basketball 2, 3, 4, Track l, 2 . . . Choir 4 . . . Chess Club 1, Journalism Club 2, 3, Table Tennis Club 4 . . . "Bob', . . . frovvns on stuck-up people . . . "blues" wilt at the sound of "Tenderly.,' KITTY LOUISE WENSCHHOF . . . Com- mercial . . . Cannon-Aid 4 . . . Play Commit- tees 2, 3, 4 . . . Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4 fPresi- dent of the County Chapterj . . . Invitation Committee Chairman . . . Salesmanship Award Seventh Prize . . . "Kitty" . . . disgusted by big shots in the junior Class . . . sheis in the Hpinkl' when typing is on the agenda. CARL ARNOLD WESTERDAHL, IR .... Academ- ic . . . Class Treasurer lg Student Council 2, 3 . . . Cannon-Aid . . . Football 1, Z, 3, 4: Basket- ball Manager l, 2, 3, 43 Track l, 2, 3, 4 . . . "Our Miss Brookswg "Girl Crazywg Mask and Wig 43 National Thespians 4 . . . Choir 4 . . . Phonograph Club 2 3 Junior Historian Club 3, 4 C'Presidentj . . . D. A. R. American History Award 3 . . . "Westie" . . . nothing compares with the better things in life: football and girls . . . be gora, "greenish his favorite. MARIE CECILE WETZEL . . . Academic-Commercial . . . Student Council 2, 3 . . . Cannon-Aid 43 Maroon and White 2, 3, 4 CCo-News Editorj 3 Quill and Scroll 3, 4 . . . Library Assistant 4 . . . journalism Club 2, 3, 4 . . . "Mert" . . . eager beaver . . . students who don't respect others' property are disgusting . . . "pink and green" class delights this lass. CHARLES ROBERT WILEMAN . . . Agriculture . . . Chess Club 23 F.F.A. 3, 4. . . "Charlie,' . . . "A Bushel and a Peck" of Patti Page records are great . . . basketball and ice skating are his sources of interest. DONALD DEAN WILLIAMS . . . Academic . . . Class President l: Student Council l . . . Football l, Z, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2. 3, 43 Track l, 2, 3, 4 . . . Table Tennis Club 4 . . . "Willie,' . . . neatest masculine . . . rattles in his car gripe him . . . "blue" feelings pass when Elizabeth Taylor steps into the pic- ture. DORIS IEAN WITHEROW . . . Com- mercial . . . Cannon-Aid 4 . . . G.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 4 QSecretaryD . . . "Cheaper by the Dozen": Play Committees 4g Mask and Wig 4 . . . Cheerleader 2, 3, 4 . . . Phonograph Club 23 junior Historian Club 3 QSecretaryj, 4 QTreasurerj . . . "Skeets" . . . rhythm mistress . . . egotistical boys annoy her . . .excels in swimming and basketball. GLORIA JOAN WITTER . . . crazy over music, especially "Let Me Go Lover" and any refrains sung by Les Paul . . . hamburgers with lots of "red" catsup are great. H. ELAINE WOLFE . . . Academic . . . Cannon-Aid 43 Maroon and White 2, 3, 4 tGirls' Sports Editorjg Quill and Scroll 3, 4 . . . G.A.A. l, 2, 3, 43 Cabinet 4 QVice Presi- dentj . . . "In Spring the SHPHQ "Our Miss Brooks"3 Play Committees 33 Mask and Wig 3, 4 CVice Presidentjg National Thespians 4 . . . Choir 2, 3, 43 Chorus lg Girls' Ensemble 33 Journalism Club 2, 3, 4 . . . "VVolfie' . . . agile athlete . . . show-offs are taboo . . . "It Shall Come to Pass" that great days lie ahead. SANDRA LOU WOLFF . . . Academic . . . Student Council 3 . . . Cannon-Aid 4 CAdvertising Managerj: Maroon and VVhite 3, 4 . . . G.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4 . . . "Our Miss BFOORSHQ K'Girl Crazy"3 Play Committees 2, 33 Mask and Wig 4g National Thespians 4 . . . Chorus l . . . Etiquette Club 13 Majorette Club 2, 3, 43 Majorette 3, 4 . . . Cheerleader l . . . Salesmanship Award, Fourth Prize . . . "Sandy!' . . . loathes conceited and snippy underclassmen . . . can't do without potato chips and bar-b-ques . . . also Very fond of orchid hues. gf 5? ,Q E 5 2 K 5 S a if S, E 3 4 P ? 3 3 unclerclassmen X! ,MWEIML fwfl ,L 'C- - 9 l- lf S. Adams, D. Baker, Baker, M. Baker, A. Baltozer, R. Bankard, H. Barley, D. Biesecker, Big- ham, S. Black, R. Bondurant, V. Bowmaster, I. Bream, S. Brent, S. Britcher, L. Carbaugh E. Clapsaddle, P. Cleveland, I. Coleman, J. Coshun, I. Crouse, T. Crouse, J. Crowl, B. Darrah J. Deckert, D. Dracha, S. Eggleston, N. Fiker, C. Eisenhuth, T. Flledge, R. Fidler, R. Fiscle B. Forsythe, F. Fox, I. Fox, F. Furney, D. Gigous, R. Gigous, Gilbert, C. Ginevan, M. Gor- man, V. Green, N. Guise, U. Guise, H. Harmon, N. Harmon, W. Hartman, T. Hasrocky, E. Heldt D. Himes, A. Holoka, R. Howe, R. Johnson, S. Johnson, E. Kaseberg, R. Keller, Kendlehart I. Kennell, N. Kennell, S. Kennell, R. Kessel, N. Kimc, D. Kimple, S. Kint, Klinefelter B. Klocker, R. Knouse, I. Kunkel, S. Laermer, A. Light, M. Lighter, W. Lowe, I. McCleaf, W. Mc- Cleaf, A. McDannell, H. Mcllhenny, D. Mating, F. Mating, M. Matthews, S. Matthews, B. Mickey R. Mitchell, D. Moritz, D. Morrow, D. Moser, Mumper, J. Murray, J. Myers, N. Nail, N. Nel- son, E. Paddock, D. Palmer, F. Paris, P. Pennington, S. Pensinger, H. Pfeffer, R. Potter, S. Reed Reuning, D. Ridinger, I. Ridinger, N. Riggeal R. Schriver, A, Shanebrook, R. Sharrah . Shindledecker, P. Shriver, Di. Shull, H. Shull, I. Shultz, M. Shultz, P. Shultz, K. Silex D. Smith, A. Spence, N. Sponseller, E. Staley, L. Starner, R. Steinour, A. Stotler, F. Stouck R.. Stough, S. Stuckey, L. Stull, B. Stultz, V. Thompson, B. Smith, J. Tonsel, I. Topper, A. Treher C. Tressler, S. Wagaman, D. Weaver, J. VVeaver, D. Weimer, H. Weimer, G. Weishaar, G. VVentz M. Wetzel, D. Wolf, L. Wisler, R. Wolf, R. Wood, VV. VVoods. , J. K Class Advisers Anna Heintzelman John O'Brien junior class I sophomore class B. Anzengruber, A. Baker, I. Bankard, I. Black, R. Bondurant, M. Bowling, M. Bowmaster, M. Bow- master, R. Boyer, J. Bream, M. Brent, C. Brumbaugh, M. Byers, I. Callahan, C. Carey, I. Clapsaddle, G. Cluck, I. Crist, B. Bowling, C. Cullison, I. Dearing, D. D'eVivo, S. Dick, A. Eckert, L. Fetter, I. Fissel, K. Fleming, D. Forsythe, S. Fox, R. Fridinger, S. Fridinger, J. Geyer, Gulden, P. Han- key, R. Haankey, C. Hartzell, Hay, D. Heagy, R. Heffner, G. Heflin, C. Heiss, L. Herring, R. Hess, S. Hewitt, G. Hoak, I. Huffker, F. Hughes, M. johns, K. Kane, G. Keefer, N. Kelley, R. Kessel, C. Ketterman, Dx Kime, J. King, T. Kitzmiller, C. Knox, S. Korte, D. Kroshour, J. Lank, J. Larmer, D. Lawther, L. LeGore, C. Lightner, G. Little, G. Lower, M. Luckenbaugh, L. Martin M. Mason, F.. Meade, L. Mehring, G. Miller, K. Myers, F. Naugle, G. Naugle, D. Nett, R. A. Painter, E.. Pennington, B. Peters, H. Peters, C. Plank, A. Poole, N. Price, R. Pyle, C. Raffens- perger, F. Reaver, M. Reaver, S. Redding, L. Rice, M. Rider, L. Riegle, B. Riley, Riley, S. Sanders, D. Schmidt, P. Scott, W. G. Scott, W. H. Scott, M. Seymour, R. Shindledecker, Simpson, W. Simpson, M. J. Smith, S. Smith, F. Snead, F. Snyder, J. Speelman, S. Speelman, D. Spence, H. Spence, I. Staiger, I. Staiger, S. Staley, N. Sterner, S. Sterner, D. Stoner, L. Stough, J. Stuckey, R. Stull, Taughinbaugh, A. Taylor, H. Tipton, R. Topper, Vanderwall. J. Wag- nild, C. Washington, I. Weber, D. Weikert, F. Wenschhof, B. West, R. Wetzel, I. Wheeler, R. M. Whited, D. Wicker, L. VVilkinson, T. Williams, B. Wilson, A. Wither-ow, N. Wolff, P. Wyatt, I. Wood, R. Ziegler. Class Advisers Gertrude Little Jack Corbin A. Angell, A. Armor, R. Baker, D. Baltozer, R. Baltzley, H. Beamer, A. Becker, R. Becker, N. Big- ham, F. Bowersox, D. Boyer, A. Cargas, Clapsaddle, M. Clapsaddle, T. Clapsaddle, R. Cook D. Cool, D. Cool, B. Cornelison, D. Crone, K. Cullison, M. Deatrick, B. Decker, R. Dellinger G. Deutsch, K. Dillon, R. Ditzler, E. Dorr, R. Dracha, F. Dreger, D. Eckert, K. Elledge, N. Bl- ledge, F. Filsinger, K. Fiscle, L. Benda, D. Fissel, F. Fleming, M. Ford, S. Forsythe, M. Gilbert G. Glenn, J. Griest, T. Haller, T. Hartlaub, N. Hartman, C. Heintzelman, P. Helsel, W. Helwig P. Hertz, R. Hess, C. Hill, S. Holoka, T. james, Jones, A. Jordan, N. Kargas, B. Keefer K. Keefer, L. Kerrigafn, K. Kessler, D. Kimple, R. Kimple, R. King, N. Klinefelter, D. Knox B. Korte, S. Kramer, I, Kuhn, M. Kump, M. L. Kuykendall, F. Landsperger, J. Lawver F.. Leatherman, B. Little, E. Little, R. Little, R. Little, S. Long, M. E. Martz, D. McCartney G. McCleaf, McCleaf, R. McCleaf, C. McDannell, I. McDannell, M. McDannell, R. Mc- Intyre, M. McKee, D. McKenrick, M. Menges, M. I. Mickey, I. Miller, J. Miller, P. Miller, R. Miller, S. Miller, L. Mitchell, D. Mummert, K. Mummert, H. Myers, P. Myers, I. Nary, B. Nel- son, J. Neth, B. Newman, E. Nowicki, A. Olson, S. Patterson, M. Pensinger, P. Perchulyn D. Plank, G. Plank, A. Re, J. Reaver, R. Redding, D. Redding, Reed, D. Riegle, M. Runkle R. Sadler, J. Sauter, W. Schutt, M. I. Schwartz, B. Scott, G. Settle, G. Shafer, M. Shaffer T. Shorb, H. Shriver, R. Shryock, D. Shultz, Sibert, F. Smith, R. Sites, S. Snyder, C. Speel- man, M. Speelman, B. Spence, J. Staiger, R. Staley, L. Starry, S. Steinour, J. Stoner, R. M. Stro- man, H. Stultz, R. Swisher, D. Swope, N. Thomas, T. Thomas, M. Townsend, I. Trostle, H. Wag- ner, D. VVeimer, VVells, S. VVentz, N. Wliite, D. Wileiiian, C. VVilkinson, D. Woeriier, L. Woerner, R. Wooclxvarcl, T. Woodxvarcl, S. VVieder, B. Ziegler. Class Advisers Bernice Staley Luther Sachs, Jr. freshman class 1 I eighth grade V. Arentz, L. Baer, P. Baker, T. Baker, H. Bollinger, B. Bondurant, L. Bowling, S. Brent, C. Buehler, L. Byers, M. Byers, Carter, D. Chapman, S. Chronister, R. Cleveland, M. Cluck, Codori, R. Coldsmith, E. Collins, R. Craver, T. Crist, T. Crouse, VV. Crouse, R. Cullison, . Culp, E. Darrah, P. Davis, M. Deardorff, F. Dearing, M. DeVivo, E. Dillon, W. Douglas, P. Duane, B. Fair, C. Fair, L. Fair, P. Ferrebee, C. Fissel, R. Flohr, B. Fuhman, R. Fuhrman, D. Funt, E. Gaston, L. Geiman, H. Geyer, D. Graham, L. Groslioltz, M. Guise, R. M. Hagebaum, J. Hankey, B. Hall, U. Hall, S. Harman, T. Harman, A. Harner, S. Hartley, K. Hatcher, L. Hay, R. Hetfner, M. Heintzelman, G. Heller, J. Heller, S. Hill, L. Howser, M. Jarvis, F.. Jones, V. Jones, R. M C. Kidwell, D. Kime, K. Kimple, P. Kimple, H. Kint, P. Kuhn, -I. Kuykendall, R. Kuykendall C. Landis, S. Lease, R. Lemaster, T. Lindsey, D. Little, B. Lochbaum, 1. Lochbaum, G. Mait- land, T. Marks, D. McCartney, E. McCleaf, G. McCleaf, L. McCleaf, D. McCullough, F.. .Mc- Dannell, M. McDannell, J. McGlaughlin, L. Keefer, A. Mcllhenny, J. Millard, C. Miller, D. Miller M. Miller, W. Miller, N. Millhimes, R.Mi1lhi1nes, D. Mills, P. Morrow, Nary, V. Newell V. Newman R. Patterson P. Peters E. Plank G. Plank Plank, L. Plank, R. Plank, S. Pros- ser, B. Raffensperger, H. Rebert, I. Rebert, W. Recard, V. Redding, J. Miller, C. Pentoney, S. Reed M. Reese, E. Rice, J. Riddlemoser, I. Riley, S. Robinson, H. Rosenberry, B. Sanders, E. Sanders K. Sease, S. Sliaeffer, J. Sharrah, R. Sharrah, L. Shelleman, G. Showers, J. Showvaker, B. Shultz L. Shultz, W. Shultz, L. Shuyler, A. Silex, N. Singley, M. Sites, F. Skidmore, E. Smith, Smith P. Smith, R. Smith, R. Sprankle, R. Stokes, D. Stoner, H. Taylor, M. Teeter, E. Thomas, E. Thom- as, G. Thompson, P. Timmins, P. Tipton, J. Topper, M. Treher, N. Trostle, I. Utz, C. Verdier C. Vial, I. Weave1', J. Weikert, R. Weilcert, S. Weikert, F. Wisemaii, Witlierow, P.WOOdSL1m A. Yingling, C. Zhea, M. Wood, H. Worod. Class Advisers i Alice Snyder Donald Ullrich 7 J 7 I. Adams, K. Adams, R. Anders, C. Andrews, C. Baker, R. Baker, N. Baltzley, P. Barnes, R. Bar- rick, C. Biesecker, B. Bixler, B. Bondurant, J. Bowmaster, J. Bowmaster, R. Bowers, B. Boyd J. Brent, J. Bricker, M. Brumbaugh, H. Bucher, M. Bucher, Burch, D. Butterfield, D. Chamber- lain, I. Champlain, B. Chapman, F. Clapsaddle, Cluck, R. Cluck, Di. Coldsmith, L. Cox, N. Cross VV. Crouse, D. Deardorff, N. Decker, K. Degnan, P. Deitz, B. Dellinger, D. Dentler, D. Dettinburn R. Dillon, P. Dorr, B. Douglas, P. Durboraw, L. Eckert, T. Evans, L. Fidler, D. Fiscle, Fissel W. F. Fissel, W. W. Fissel, T. Flynn, D. Ford, B. Forsythe, E. Fox, L. Fox, T. Fox, M. Fuhr- man, R. Furney, D. Gifford, P. Gilbert, R. Golden, R. Grosholtz, G. Guise, J. Gulden, V. Gulden D. Hamme, F. Hammond, L. Hankey, R. Hankey, R. Harmon, S. Harmon, G. Hartlaubi, Hart- man, R. Hay, C. Heffner, N. Heflin, C. Heimerer, R. Heintzelman, K. Heller, V. Henry, D. Hetrick M. Jackson, Johnson, johnson, V. Keefer, G. Kelley, C. Kemper, L.'Kennell, S. Kessel, I. Kies- sling, P. Kiessling, Kint, E. Klinefelter, C. Klock, J. Koontz, R. A. Knechel, T. Knox, A. Kuhn E. Kuykendall, J. Larmer, L. Lawver, D. Leatherman, L. Lefler, C. Lehigh, B. Lentz, P. Lindsey W. Little, R. Lupp, L. McCleaf, P. McCleaf, R. McDannell, R. McDannell, D. McIntyre, D. Mc: Intyre, G. Mating, R. Mason, B. Matthews, I. Meyers, F. Mickey, D. Miller, G. Miller, G. Miller L. Miller, M. Miller, N. Miller, W. Milne, B. Mitchell, G. Mitchell, B. Moritz, N. Moser, G. Na: vickas, C. Nett, J. Newman, S. Newman, M. Nicholas, D. Nowicki, R. O'Donnell, Ogburn M. Olson, G. Maust, R. Qyler, I. Painter, J. Patterson, N . I. Patterson, M. Pitzer, E. Plank N. Plank, R. Plank, C. Price, D. Redding, J. Reed, D. Reimer, W. Rentzel, G. Richardson D. Rohrbaugh, J. Roth, M. Routsong, G. Rowe, R. Rudisill, N. Rudisill, W. Rudisill, R. Runk D. Sadler, M. I. Sanders, O. Schwartz, Scott, R. Scott, D. Sentz, F.. Seymour, S. Shaner VUE . Sharrah, C. Sheely, N. Shull, J. Shultz, L. Shultz, M. Shultz, R. Sibert, E. Simpson, F. Riley Simpson, B. Sixeas, I. Silex, J. Slaybaugh, M. Small, B. Smith, D. E. Smith, D. R. Smith J. Snead, D. Speelman, J. Spence, F. Steinour, C. Stultz, C. Stultz, P. Swope, R. Swope, L. Tharp R. Thomas, Trussell, M. Sqartz, L. Verdier, R. Waddell, I. Wagaman, D. Weaver, P. Weaver, R. Weaver, I. W'eber, L. Webster, J. Weikert, H. Weller, B. Wheeler, C. Williams, F. Williams, 0. Williams, R. Wilson, C. Wine, B. Wright, H. Wood, J. Wyatt, M. Wieder, T. Woodward, M. Zepp, Ziegler. Class Advisers Ronald Bream joan Sachs seventh grade 3 1 7 I ! 5 I acfivifies 4 fi Gx L'N-"J ME I Q ai 1 ,g,, Q5 Se cs, 0 mvffgw 93 145-if F1 ll tes Karen Fiscle Nancy Elleclge Clarfnefs Hugh Mcllhenny Joyce Mehring Elizabeth Dorr Philip Scott Philip Smith Joyce Vanderwall Daniel Riegle Nancy Eiker Larry Fetter Neva Jane Hartman Ulala Guise Lorene Tate Nancy Thomas Shirley Sanders Oboe Louise Collins MR. ZEIGLER qc? Alto Clarinet Carolyn Ketterlnan Hass Clarinet jane Renning A110 Saxofvlzoflvs Ann Mcllhenny Shirley Patterson Melvin Durborow Bonnie Scott Tenor Sa.1'0pl1011e.v Henry Fox Nancy Milhimes Garry XYentz Glenda Miller Corncts Robert Howe Eclwarcl Nowicki Rodney Steinour Mary Schwartz John Fry Lawrence Honser john Sibert janet Klinefelter james Reaver Baritone Sa.r0fv1zo11e Harriet Shull COLOR GUARD ghs band French H orns Nancy Neth Bonnie Ziegler Phyllis Miller MelIoph0M,e Joan Reed Trombones Larry Herring Eugene Riffle Fred Grace Williani Swisher Shirley Eggleston Francis Hartman SENIOR MAIORETTE-S Baritone John Coshun Sousaphone Ronald Collins Sidney Steinour Bass Drum Ralph Wood Snare Drums Evelyn Gaston Robert Ziegler DONTALD Mosizn BILLIE MAE SHEALE-R Tympani Fred Smith Cymbals-Drum Major Donald Moser JUNIOR HIGH MAJORETTES Alto Saxophone Hammond Geyer Donna Redding Barbara Sanders Patricia Durborow Robert Lupp Terry Fox Harold Rebert Cornets Stanley Prosser Robert Baker McKnight Guise Roger Craver Paul Dietz Robert Zhea Joyce Utz Samuel Kessel Jane Weberl Donald Coldsmith Edward Sanders Michael Pitzer Clarlnels junior Bass Drmn Donald Kime Baritones Robert Milne Michael Fuhrman Mary Brumbaugh Janet Jebnson Ralph Shr-yrock Kenneth Elledge James Staiger Barbara Smith Ronald Sprankle Mary Jarvis Barry Sixeas Doris Hamme Judy Wleikert Patricia Weaver Joann Kiessling Frank Skidmore Donna Dettinburn Bonnie Wright David Nowicki Rebecca Cullison Jean Rebert Gary Maring Darlene Punt Oboe James Bricker high band Ffench Horn Ruth Sibert James Fissel Peter Barnes Cymbals Ronald Weaver Trolnbones Robert Anders Roy Waddell Tim Flynn Sonsaphone Joseph Lockbauni Bells Sara Snyder Snare Drnnz Charles Fair Fred Snyder Donald Smith Flntes Donna Fiscle Donna Sentz Lucille Miller Martha Zepp First Soprano Section: Helen Barley, Irene Crouse, Barbara Darrah, Anne Eckert, Dotty I-limes, Joyce Kendlehart, Nancy Nail, Betty Pennington. Nancy Ramer, Sally Smith, Sandra Strausbaugh, Sandra VVolff. Second Soflrano: Maryanna Baker, Joy Bankard, Fam Dulaney, Sandra Johnson, Floranna Fox, Joyce Mehring, Jean Riley, Elise Scharf, Donna Spence, Joyce Topper, Signe VVagnild, Faye Wlenschhof, Elaine VVolfe, Donna Wolf. First Alto Section : Ann Baker, Roberta Bankard, Jane Bigham, Susan Britcher, Carol Brum- baugh, Dolores Burgner, Phyllis Cleveland, Ann Holoka, Carolyn Ketterman, Joan Lank, Nancy Neth, Freddie Jo Paris, Charlene Patterson, Helen Pfetfer, Carolyn Raffensperger, Mar-y Seibert, Aurelia Spence, Arlene Stotler, Janet Stuckey, Sue Stuckey. Second Alto Section : Shirley Kennell, Susan Korte, Ruth Anne Knouse, Molly Lighter, Isabel Oyler, Jane Reuning, Janet Staiger, Virginia Wachter. First Tenor Section: Donald Moser, Del Wei111er. Second Tenor Section: Fred Grace, Roland Keller, Peter Pennington. First Bass S ection: Henry Fox, David Heagey, Geoffrey Langsam, Richard Pennington, lfVil- liam Swisher, Jon Wagnild, David Weaver, Carl Westerdahl. Second Bass Section: Robert Bondurant, Merle Gorman, Rolf Johnson, Roland Schriver, Her- man Smith, Robert WVeikert, Glenn Vlleishaar. Accoffnpanistsr Shirley Kennell, Nancy Neth, Jon Wagnild. Officers: President, Robert VVeikertg Secretary, Elise Scharf, Librarian, Joyce Kendlelirtg Librarian, Geoifrey Langsam. senior high MR. GROVE iunior high glee club First Row, Left to Right: A. Jordan, B. Korte, Riley, R. M. Stroman, A. Armor, A. Becker, B. Cornelison, A. Cargas, D. Fissel, Mrs. Luther I. Sachs, Jr. Second Row: P. Vtfickline, L. Starry, D. Shultz, S. Hartley, G. Maitland, I. Millard, A. Hafner, J. Heller, A. Angel, A. Olson. Third Row: E. Darrah, D. McCullough, M. Tetter, R. McCleaf, R. Ditzler, R. Dracha, R. A. Heffner, P. Morrow, P. Davis, N. Singley. Fourth Row: L. Hay, L. Grosholtz, R. Swisher, I. Sharrah, D. Weimer, P. Helsel, M. Runkle, J. Griest, J. Stoner, I. Kuhn. Fifth Row: M. Kump, Wells, K. Sease, C. Kidwell, E. Rice, P. Perchulyn, Nary. Absent from Pict'u.re: S. Wieder. seventh grade chorus First Row, Left to Right: D. Dettinburn, N. Heflin, E. Klinefelter, K. Degman, D. Hetrick C. Heimerer, L. Webster, S. Newman, L. Tharp, Newman, R. A. Knechel, J. Ogburn, Mrs. L Sachs, Adviser. Second Row: D. Redding, P. Durborow, L. Eckert, S. Harmon, O. Swartz, C. Stultz C. Heffner, C. Klock, N. Baltzley, D. Gifford, M. Sharrah, N. Moser, L. Fox, M. Zepp. Third Row: J. VVeber, L. Miller, B. K. Smith, J. Johnson, D. Sentz, J. Kiessling, M. Brum- baugh, G. Miller, D. Dentler, R. Simpson, M. Routsong, D, Leatherman, G. Navickas. Fourilz Row: P. Weaver, D. Fiscle, D. Smith, Bricker, Snead, R. VVilson, Ziegler G. Richardson, B. Bixler, R. Lupp, B. Sixeas, P. Deitz, T. Fox. Fiftli Row: D. Hamme, J. Weikert, C. Sheely, G. Kelley, C. Kemper, R. Orfer, D. Butterheld M. Small, R. Furney, T. Flynn, R. Baker, R. Waddell, J. Spence, B. Simpson, D. Coldsmith. Absent from Picture: M. jackson, B. Wright, G. Rowe, M. Fuhrman, M. Olson. 3 senior high student council First Row, Left to Right-.' Mr. Troxell CAdviserj, J. Langsam, Neth, D. Burgner, P. Pen nington, Miss Mcllhenny 4Adviserj. Second Row: K. Silex, S. Britcher, H. VVeimer, j. Kendlehart, J. Mehring, C. Patterson H. Smith. Third Row: J. Singley, H. Fox, F.. Meade, S. Smith, A. Eckert, C. Ketterman, M. Bow- master. Fourth Row: F. Guise, J. Coleman, H. Mcllhenny, R. Collins, R. VVood, D. VVicker, S. Korte iunior high student council First Row, Left' to Right: O. Schwartz, S. Harmon, P. McCleaf, M. Teeter, L. Grosholtz L. McCleaf, I. Griest, Mr. Feather QAdviserj. Second Row: B. Ziegler, M. J. Schwartz, I. Kuhn, R. Hess, T. Crist, P. Weaver, B. Smith. Third Row: M. Nichols, S. Snyder, E. Little, R. Baltzley, J. McCleaf, F. Skidmore. Fourth Row: Millard, S. Weikert, R. Craver, R. Furney, R. Anders. J national honor society First Row, Left to Right: C. Patterson, E. Scharf, S. Wagnild, I. Mehring, D. Burgner, J. Donley, M. Wetzel, N. Neth, E. Wolfe. Second Row: F. Guise, R. Hise, G. Langsam, I. Singley, H. Fox, C. Westerdahl, W. Swisher. iunior historian club First Row, Left to Right: C. Westerdahl fPresidentD, D. Witherow QTreasurerj, P. Cleve- land CSecretaryj, M. Gray, I-1.1-Tilsinger, P. Evans, R. Walhay, E. Kane, I. Fox, B. Minter, B. Snyder, K. Knox, Mr. Sheads CSponsorj. Second Row: R. Mclntire, C. Plank, H. Fox, P. Shultz, C. Eisenhuth, D. Baker, D. Fiscle J. Mumper, Di. Moritz, S. Pensinger, S. Kennell, D. Burgner, I. Stotler. 2 Third Row: D. Weaver, D. Weimer, S. Small, T. Gormley, Kennel, I. Klinefelter, S. Larmer N. Kime, S. Wagnild, C. Riggeael, D. Clabaugh, J. Shultz, N. Eiker, N. Nelson. Fourth Row: R. Fidler, C. Dracha, G. Harner, N. Guise, F. Fox, B. Klocker, D. Shull, V. Dellinger, D. Carter, R. Bankard, D. Palmer, N. Sponseller. J Fifth Row: R. johnson, S. Brent, I. Coshun, H. Mcllhenny, D. Ridinger, E. Staley, D. Cline E. Shetter, G. Hartzell, B. Swisher, P. Barnes, D. Ralleiispeirger, L. Wisler. Absent from Picture: G. Weishaar QVice Presidentj, P. Barnes, A. Boyer, E. Paddock, N. Nail, B. Smith, D. Smith, R. Potter, F. Stouck. 7 iournalism club First Row, Left fo Right: R. Hise, I. VVarren, S. Temple, V. XVachter, J. Mchring, E. Scharf, H. Smith, N. Rainer, N. Neth, E. VVolfe, M. VVetzel, C. Patterson, R. Pennington, Miss Rainer QAclviscrj. Second Row: M. Sauter, M. Siehert, J. Hartzell, B. Manning, S. Straushaugh, P. Dulaney, J. Donley, A. Ferrebee, S. Little, J. Lank, J. Crist, L. Riegle, J. Taughinbaugh. Third Row: R. Sharrah, S. Stuckey, N. Riggeal, S. johnson, A. Holoka, L. Heldt, D. Himes, H. Pfeiffer, J. Reuning, S. Britcher, M. Lighter, J. Bigham, H. Barley, A. Spence, M. Brent. FOZIVHI, Row: Murray, D. Vliolf, Crowl, S. Matthews, R. Schriver, R. Keller, M. Gorman, .lf Gilbert, P. Pennington, D. Moser, E. Clapsacldle. Fifth Row: S. Smith, D. Spence, B. Pennington, S. Korte, il. Bankard, C. Ketterman, M. Bow- master, S. Sanders, B. Scott, M. J. Smith, A. Eckert, N. VVolff, S. Fox, M. Bowmaster, VV. Simpson. maroon and white I'i1sf Roc Left to Rirlzf Mrs Jose nh CBusiness Static Aclviserj R Pennington -I Mehring in .. J '. 1 ' H... . , .. ,. , li. Scharf, V. Wacliter, S. Temple, M. Wetzel, N. Rainer, C. Patterson, E. Wolfe, J. Donlcy, H. Smith, Miss Ramer tliditorial Adviserj. Second Row: T. Gormley, N. Neth, J. Wfarren, M. Sibert, M. Sauter, S. Strausbaugh, S. Vlfolff, P. Dulaney, J. Hartzell, B. Manning, S. Little, A. Ferrehce, R. Vlfeilcert. Third Row: A. Holoka, VV. McCleaf, S. Matthews, S. Johnson, D. VVolf, Crowl, D. Himcs, J. Murray. -I. Kencllehart, A. Spence, L. Helclt, H. Pfeffer, J. Reuning. Fourth Row: B. Darrah, S. Britcher, Bigham, M. Lighter, H. Barley, H. Fox, R. Keller, M. Gorman, J. Gilbert, R. Schriver, G. Langsam. liifilz Roto: N. Riggeal, S. Stuckey, li. Staley, l'. Pennington, XV. Swisher, R. Collins, C Spence, D. Moser, G. NNentz, A. Treher, R. Sharrah. national thespians First Row, Left to Right: Miss Roush, J. Mehring, H. Smith, D. Moser, H. Fox, W. Swisher, E. Wolfe, S. Strausbaugh. Second Row: E. Scharf, D. Burgner, C. Patterson, E. Paddock, Kendlehart, M. Lighter, J. Donley, N. Neth, J. VVarren. Third Row: D. Weaver, C. Westerdahl, M. Sauter, J. Crowl, H. Pfeiffer, S. Wagnild, G. Langsam. mask and wig First Row, Left to Right: Miss Roush, adviser, M. Gray, D. Burgner, C. Patterson, E. Scharf, H. Fox, E. VVolfe, S. Strausbaugh, P. Dulaney, I. Mehring, S. Temple. Second Row: H. Barley, A. Holoka, S. Larmer, Kendlehart, S. Johnson, J. Crowl, S. Black, P. Cleveland, D. Witherow, N. Neth, J. Warren, V. Wachter, M. Lighter. Tlzird Row: B. Manning, E. Paddock, I. Crouse, L. Heldt, I. Murray, E. Clapsaddle, A. Spence, H. Pfeffer, J. Donley, S. Wagnild, H. Felsinger, D. Himes, Bigharn. Fourth Row: VV. Swisher, M. Sauter, R. Steinour, A. Treher, R. Keller, F. Stouck, D. Weimer, W. Hartman, R. Wood, H. McI'lhenny, R. Schriver. Fifth Row: R. Heffner, G. Wentz, C. Westerdahl, D. Weaver, C. Hartzell, R. johnson. D. Moser, T. Gormley, H. Smith, G. Langsarn. iunior high dramatic club peter pan players Fi1'sfR0'zu, Left to Right: Miss Roush, Adviser, M. Teeter, V. Redding, M. Pensinger F. Fleming, N. Bigham, bl. Jones, V. Jones, E. Rice. Sz'c011dRozL'.' D. Plank, A. jones, S. Holoka, S. Patterson, B. Dorf, N. Elledge, P. Miller R. King, J. Kuhn, J. Stoner. Tlzird Row: J. Sharrah, R. Dracha, F. Smith, K. Elledge, R. Sprankle, G. Settle, Nett K. Mummert, J. Millard, D. Stoner. iunior high drama club First Row, Left to Right: Mr. Weiitz, Adviser, B. VVheeler, D. McCullough, C. Heimer M.. Swartz, Newman, S. Newman, T. Flynn, H. Skidmore, B. Raffensburgher. Second Row: P. Weaver, D. Sentz, D. Redding, C. Heffner, C, Klock, K. Degnan, D. Dent- ler, I. Heller, L. Webster, B. Fuhrman. Third Row: T. VVoodwarcl, I. VVeikert, D. Homme, J. Kiessling, C. Buchler, A. Harner K. Smith, J. Ogburn, L. Tharp, R. Heffner, Rebert. Fourth Row: G. Richardson, R. Fuhrman, I. Hankey, P. Kuhn, W. Douglas, P. Kiessling P. Morrow, P. Timmins, J. Smith, A. Siler. Fifth Row: D. Smith, VV. Fiscle, L. Verdier, N. Millhimes, A. Mcllhenny, J. VVeikert M. Treher. M. A. S. D. C. senior high iunior recl cross council First Row, Left to Right: Mrs. Wisler QAdViserj, K. Wenschhof CPresidentj, Mumper, Herring, D. Dracha, W. McCleaf, F. Furney. Second Row: V. Thompson, S. Wagaman, N. Landis, Lank, R. A. Painter, S. Sanders, Taylor. Third Row: R. Hess, N. Nail, N. Do11glass,I. Riley, M. Millhimes, C. Brumbaugh, R. Kessel. iunior high iunior recl cross council First Row, Left to Right: L. Eckert, E. Klinefelter, J. Bowmaster, R. Simpson, C. McC1eaf Harmon, I. Trostle, Miss Hartman CAdviserj. Second Row: R. Ditzler, B. Ziegler, S. Snyder, M. Brumbaugh, L. Starry, L. Bowling Shultz, N. Patterson. Third Row: J. Utz, N. Thomas, J. Weber, L. Miller, B. Keefer, V. Newman, S. Robinson VVilkinson, K. Menges. Fourfli Row: D. Weimer, S. Steinour, D. Reigle, R. Cullison, B. Scott, Wells. i health room assistants First Row, Left to Right: Mrs. Diehl QAdviserj, Stuckey, B. Boyd, M. Speelman, L. Eckert, M. Herring, S. Friclinger. Second Row: V. Jones, N. Kennell, K. Myers, S. Speelman, A. Armor, P. VVickline, P. Wfyatt. Third Row: I. Speelman, L. Willcinsori, N. Price, M. A. Johns, S. Kennell. Absent from Picture: N. Sterner, K. Fiscle. library assistants First Row, Left to Right: D. Himes, E. Clapsaddle, J. Murray, M. VVetzel, VV. Simpson D. Plank, R. M. Hagebaum, D. McCullough, J. Stuckey. Second Row: M. Runkle, L. Mitchell, M. L. Kuykendall, G. Navickas, M. Olson, E. Smith L. Tate, D. Carter, V. Jones, B. Forsythe. Third Row: R. Thomas, A. Taylor, C. Brumbaugh, B. Spence, M. B. Heintzelman, K. Myers janet Staiger, J. Trussell, D. Little. Fourth Row: Miss Wentz QLibr:1rianj, I. Simpson, N. Smith, D. Stoner, Larmer J. Baker, V. Newman, L. Starry, S. Sterner. Alusmtl from P1'CflH'C.' F. VVenschhof. future homemakers of america First Row, Left to Right: G. Lawver, N. Kennell, D. Shull, L. Smith, D. Leist, Y. Sutphin, D. Kimple, E. Jones, I. Barrick, M. Luckenbaugh, F.. Kaseberg. Second Row: I. Miller, D. McKenrick, S. Reed, I. McCleaf, A. McDannell, D. Adams, S. Frid- inger, M. Bowling, I. Oyler, I. Larmer, Miss Schwartz QAdviserj. Third Row: D. Lawther, B. Stultz, I. VVeaver, M. Clapsaddle, S. Adams, L. Stull, A. Slot-- hour, F. Reaver, M. Reaver, Lescaleet, L. Stough. Fourth Row: E. Leatherman, A. Light, G. Plank, U. Guise, M. Matthews, B. Shetter, J. Simp- son, M. Smith, S. Dick, M. Seymour. Fifth Row: B. Riley, M. Clapsaddle, B. Mickey, A. Baltozer, M. Plank, I. Baker. future farmers of america First Row, Left to Right: Mr. Glenn fAdviserj, T. Crouse, F. Maring, F. Hartman, R. Crane, F. Grace, C. Sterner, D. Biesecker, J. Singley, T. Crouse, H. Peters, C. Plank, W. Ridinger, Mr. Schriver. Second Row: A. Witherow, G. Little, L. R. Martin, M. VVetzel, D. Forsythe, I. Weber, T. F,l- lidge, K. Stagier, M. Byers, D. Heagey, D. Sibert, D. Woerlier, R. Sites. Third Row: R. Wolf, A. Shanebrook, L. Starner, R. Dellinger, D. Redding, I. Reed, C. Hill L. Woeriier, D. Cool, J. Siber, A. Re, G. McCleaf. 7 Fourth Row: F. Naugle, D. Heagey, G. Hellin, M. Wherley, Smith, S. Staley, A. Poole T. Shorb, F. Landsperger, I. Clapsaddle, C. Wileiiuan, R. Kimple, K. Dillon, D. VVileman. Fifth Row: M. Durboraw, W. Rhodes, G. Naugle, R. Heflin, R. Clapsaddle, D. Maring, DI. M-yers, I. Ridinger, Bream, T. Haller. 1 iunior, senior high school science club First Row, Left to Right: Mr. Cessna QAdviserD, R. Hankey, W. Milne, D. Chapman, J. Lock- baum, D. Vlfeikert, D. Kime, R. Ziegler, H. Geyer, R. Lupp, F. Craver, H. Rebert, T. Lindsey. Second Row: S. Prosser, T. Evans, G. Maring, F.. Simpson, G. Glenn, G. Guise, K. Nett R. Grosholtz, V. Arentz, P. Scott, D. Schmitt, R. Boyer, R. Zhea. Third Row: J. Burk, R. Plank, C. Hartzell, J. Kunkel, E. Meade, R. Stull, G. Hoak R. Shindledecker, J. Vlfitherow, T. Crouse, B. Douglass, D. Swope, R. Hess. Foz1rihR0w: F. Snyder, C. Lightner, Geyer, D. Nett, A. Treher, J. Black, G. Kelley XV. Crouse, L. Herring, Huffaker, D. Kime. First Row, Left to Right: J. Snead, R. Thomas, L. Shultz, R. Wilson, R. Hankey, R. Becker D. McCartney, R. McCleaf, Painter, H. Wroiod, C. Carey, G. Maust, Mr. Fidler, Adviser. Second Row: F. Hammond, R. Mason, Larmer, D. Butterfield, L. Kennell, W. Crouse J. Trussel, R. Gulden, P. Smith, L. Willianis, C. Stultz, C. Williaxiis. Third Row: L. Benda, VV. Rudisill, J. Fry, F.. Riffle, H. Harmon, Coleman, W. Little B. Henry, C. Stultz, Staiger, R. C'Donnell. chess club ! I spons dub First Row, Left to Righf: R. Swope, T. Knox, VV. Fissel, H. VVeller, F. Dearing, P. VVoodsum, K. Sease. Second Row: M. Shultz, G. Mitchell, D. Graham, J. Riclclleinoser, R. Weikert, C. Fair, R. Har- man, B. Furney. Third Row: Mr. Brownley QAdviserj, B. Coclori, G. Maitland, P. Dorr, B. Fair, R. Coldsmith, C. Kidwell, J. Ziegler. First Row, Left to Right: R. Dillon, N. Rudisill, C. Shcely, J. Brent, M. Fuhrman, H. Bol- linger, R. Cleveland. Second Row: I. Gulclen, li. Kuykenclall, R. Rudisill, G. Thompson, L. Shultz, R. Plank, F. Flohr. Third Row: C. Price, I. Reed, R. Scott, R. Plank, E. Plank, G. Heller. Foiirfh ROW: E. Fox, C. Heiss, R. Runk, D. Cool, H. Bucher. checker club table tennis club First Row, Left to Right: Mr. Haehnlen, Adviser, F, Stouck, R. Bondurant, D. Smith R. Heffner, D. Stough, K. Kane, G. Boyd, J. Cole, -I. Everly, D. Little, O. Williaiiis, B. Forsythe Second Row: S. Hartley, D. Eckert, D. Crone, G. Lower, R. Howe, C. Brianoolf, E. Schari S. Strausbaugh, V. Wfachter, S. Temple, C. Patterson, Langsam, R. Weikert. Third Row: D. Mills, S. Brent, C. Silex, VV. Hartman, T. Crist, R. Mclntyre, R. Baltzey R. Harmon, R. Redding, F. Bowerson, R. Miller. Fourth Row: S. VVeikert, R. Stokes, C. Vial, E. Pillon, T. Wooclyvarcl, C. Livingston, J. Tonsel D.. Pyre, K. Keffer, D. Wielcliiie, B. VVood. Fifth Row: H. Taylor, T. Kitzmiller, C. Carey, J. Larmer, B. Newman, P. Price, E. Thomas . Hartman, R. Leymaster, R. Dreger, R. Fridinger, D. Gigeous. T First Row, Left to Right: Miss Snyder fAdviserD, S. Harmon, D. Hetriek, V. Keefer P. Lindsey, A. Kuhn. Second Row: 1. Bowmaster, L. Fiddler, N. Decker, P. Gilbert, J. Cluck, L. Fox. Third Row: D. Deardorlt, il. Adams, J. Topper, B. Chaplin, N. Cross, E. MacDannel. Fourth Row: V. Gulden, B. Lentz, C. Stultz, D. Leatherman, B. Moritz. efmbroiclery club stamp club fu'rure business leaders of america First Row, Left to Right: Miss Little, Adviser, L. Carbaugh, M. A. Baker, V. Bowmaster. Second Row: S. Redding, L. Riley, N. Harman, C. Ginevan. Third Row: M. Rider, J. Gulden, N. Kelly. First Row, Left to Right: R. Sheads, Adviser, D. Reimer, M. Nichols, L. Fair. Second Row: R. Patterson, D. Weaver, R. Kuy- lcendall, G. Deutsch. weaving club First Row, Left fo Righl: Mrs. Staley, Adviser, D. Kroishour, E. Sites, I. Hay. Second Row: L. Mehring, L. Wilkiri- son, R. VVliited, G. Miller. cannon-aid staff student Teachers FIRST SEMESTER Anna Mae Frankenfield Frederick H. VVentz Phyllis Berger Marian Lane Janice Gibson Francis P. Cancelliere Samuel Evangelista SECGND SEMESTER Joan Lindstroin Sally VVel1n Roy P. Stonesifer, Jr. Donald Griesel Ronald Pease VVillia1n Snyder Edwin Thomas Guy Marino Leonard J. Talarico LaVerne Wartliift Dante Scalzi john McGrath afhlefics , Q F1'r.vt Row, Left to Right: J. VVheeler, A. Re, T. Crouse CCO-Captainj, R. Keller, R. Heflin, C Wasliiiigtoii R. VViclcline, D. Biesecker, K. Mummert CManagerD. Second Row: R. Schriver CManagerj, T. Crouse, R. Pyle, T. Kitzmiller, R. Heffner, R. Potter F Stouck P. Evans, R. Stough, S. Small CManagerD. Third Row: Mr. Ellis CCoachQ, W. Bushman, J. Dearing, M. Gorman, C. Wfesterdahl, J. Everly D Smith D. Rentzel, W. Scott, G. Weishaar, Mr. Shoemaker QCoachj. Fourth Row: R. Bondurant, D. NVeaver, S. Staley, R. VVilliams, VV. Wfoods, F. Furney, J. Tonsel C Spence QCO-Captainj. Absent from the Picture: F. Naugle, G. Naugle, G. Keefer, G. Boyd, D. Poole, G. Hellin. ' I 195 5 varsity footba I Gettysburg .,..v. ..... 1 4 VVestminster ....... - .......... Gettysburg ..... ..... 1 3 Delone ......... A.... Gettysburg ..... ..,.. 6 Carlisle .,.,..... ..... Gettysburg ..... ..... 0 Hanover .......... ..... Gettysburg ,.... ..... 0 Wayiiesboro ....... .- Gettysburg ..... .o,., 2 S Shiptpensburg .,-,..-, .- Gettysburg ..,.. ,,s.. 0 Chambersburg ,--- ....... Gettysburg ..... ..,..,,...,... l 2 Hershey ............. ..... Gettysburg ..... ,......,..,,...., O Mechanicsburg .... ..... Won 3 Lost 6 I e t 1' e r m e n .S'c11.1'01's Ted Crouse . VVilliam Bushman Samuel Small C Manager Cloyd Spence Cmcaptams Paul Evans Carl Westerdahl MR. SHOEMAKER MR. 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'I--:f 'x..'g::"1:'E?g:1"-I5E'2.:',.1 "3':"f'I1f , ' "" go.-A-'-:i:1SS:T ,.5.-1:-11:2 2" :i :'3:5g23'1Q:gF:-' 21 .f :'f,'-Q.f"2Ei '1-:?'E:i.,2.,:':5::3'3Erf-fgi.:,L.i5-"Hajs."1, ' . ' - -:,::k7r'f'7f'E'f-1-3.2:-:9:4EE5237iI5i..'- l ED CROUSE , ,v .f ...Q 1, 0 A- -3 ,,gf:.:.-:5a:.,-1:54-'":--WI:--25-f'i:.F4'Z:.,I-,Ir--:law-.i-:::,2.:.wif'1-:'. :-:-- I-. .Z +11-4'-. -.,..41-:-:xrP45531:.::-zqazlmzgrfalqa-:f 2515- .-wg-g.:::j:.:- 'f 1: -V-.la-1:-'-fs::.-.:,. -v vs, . :S,,,w,N ,:gq':gA2,,5 CLOYD SPENCE RONALD VVILLIAMS Fmfst Row, Left to Right: G. VVeishaar, T. Hise, P. Pennington, J. Coleman, W. Woods, R. Hise, R. Johnson Second Row: D. Weaver CMgr.j, R. Williams, R. Pennington, R. WVeikert, J. Langsam, I. Everly, M. Gor- man Carl Westerdahl CMgr.j. Gettysburg Gettysburg Gettysburg Gettysburg Gettysburg Gettysburg Gettysburg Gettysburg Gettysburg Gettysburg Gettysburg Gettysburg Gettysburg Gettysburg Gettysburg Gettysburg Gettysburg Gettysburg Gettysburg Gettysburg G ettysburg Westminster York ............. Delone ......... Middletown Hershey ....,,, Alumm ......,........, Mechanicsburg ,...,., Hanover .........., Waynesboro Shippensburg ...... Carlisle .,,.... Chambersburg ........ Delone .................. Middletown Hershey ....,......... Mechanicsburg ........ Hanover .............. Wlaynesboro Shippensburg Carhsle ........,....... Chambersburg ........ 33 83 33 60 54 55 58 69 55 73 61 79 57 58 74 60 95 79 63 88 83 varsity BlR.FORNEY iulnior varsity basketball Gettysburg ,aa,a, Gettysburg Gettysburg ...... Gettysburg a,a,a, Gettysburg ,,,,,, Gettysburg ,,,.., Gettysburg ,rrr,. Gettysburg Gettysburg ,,.,.. Gettysburg ,,..a, Gettysburg ..e.., Gettysburg ,...., Gettysburg ....e, Gettysburg ,t,,,, Gettysburg ,,,.,, Gettysburg ,,,,e. Gettysburg ,,,,.. Gettysburg ,tr... Gettysburg .,,,,t Gettysburg ,,tt,. XNest1ninster t.,,, York ,,t,...,,,, Delone ,,,,t,,t,, Middletown ,,.,, Hershey ,,t.,,t,,,..t,. Mechanicsburg Hanover ,,..,,,..,,,... Vtfaynesboro t,t,. Shippensburg ,t,,,t, Carlisle ,,,..,..t....,t,. Chambersburg Delone ,,t.,,,,t,..t Middletown ,.t,. Hershey ,,,..,t,,.,.,, Mechanicsburg Hanover ,,,t,.,,,t,... VVaynesboro .t.,. Shippensburg ,,,,,, Carlisle .,,,,,t,,t,t, Chambersburg MR. ELLIS First Row, Left to Right: I. Crist, I. King, R. Pyle, K. Mummert, C. Wasliiiigtoil, R. Fridinger. Second Row: R. Zeigler Cmgr.j, L. Riegle, R. Schriver, E. Little, I. Wagnild, I. Geyer, T Kitznnller R. Hess, D. Wfeikert Qmgrj. senior cheedeaders seniordunior cheedeaders seniohiuniowsophomore cheedeaders senior players I First Row. Left fo Right: J. VVheeler, R. Shriver, VV. Hartman, C. VVashington, W. Woocls, F. Stouck Cla. Vlfestelrdahl, J. Dearing. T. Crouse, P. Pennington, J. Tonscl, R. Fridinger, H. lMcIlhenny, F. Hughes . Kesse. Second lfvzu: R. Steinour, R. Bondurant, D. Rentzell, M. Gorman, R. WVilliams, G. Langsam, J. Coleman A. Sterner, S. Musser, R. Zeien, R. Crouse, J. Coleman, I. Fry, R. Smith, T. Crouse. Tlzird Row: T. Gormley fManagerj, A. Shanebrook. R. Flickinger, F. McDannel, R. Heffner, G. Weisliaar R. Pennington, W. Scott, R. Hefner, J. Wagllilcl, R. Schriver, A. Treher, E. RiFHe, R. Dillman, D. Welmer R. Johnson, G. Settle, G. Hoak, G. VVentz CManagerj, J. Crist CManagerJ. Alarm! from Pictzzre: D. Smith. conference champions-track-1954 Tr1'a1zgzfIar Meet Scotland ...,......... .... 5 3 Q lj Gettysburg ............................ SOM Mechanicsburg .................... 21 York ""rrr"""""' rr"' 4 on S .tl Pe C0 0 'e cc Meet North York ---'-e ----- 2 W isp E2ttQSb.flQ -..ff.'.-.ff ......... 56 425 GffffYSbUf8 ----'---4-e ----- 3 2 Carlisle .... 47 E4 Chambersburg ..... ..... 4 2 ""'T'-"'A"' -"'M'-" ' S Hershey ................ A ......... 41 l 35 Gettysburg t"""' ""' 9 92 Chambersburg ...... .... 2 2 Hanover o'o"'''""""""r"""""' 18 M Middletown ....... .... l 9 Tl'l0l1IllIOI' M 681' Mechanicsburg ,.., .... l 2 , J . , Q45 Gettysburg ............................ 7 3 Hanover ............. .... 4 EZ I e t t e r m e n Seniors Junior SOPIZOIIIOVCS lfrcfslilzzalzf James Coleman Roger Crouse tManagerj Stanton Musser CHonorary Albert Sterncr Roger Zeien Captain Q Geo Hfrey Langsam MR. FEATHER, MR. FORNEY, MR. HAEHNLEN Peter Pennington Donald Smith Joseph Tonsel Cm A nn-nv RfI'nf-f-.fn Joseph Dearing First Row, Left to Right: D. Roth, D. Hise, H. Spence, R. Gigous, G. Keefer, T. Kitzmiller, G. Hartzel, T. Hise, K. Kane, Manager. Second Row: C. Smith, Manager, B. Rohrbaugh, S. Staley, E. Kane, J. Bushey, E. Martin, D. Richardson, C. Spence, F. Furney, R. Keller, J. Kunkle. .1 5 -.1 2 0 Sophomore Fred Furney Freshman Gettysburg ....., .......... .... S B oiling Springs Gettysburg ,..... - .......,... 11 Hanover ............... ...... l J Gettysburg ,..,,. .... l Chambersburg Gettysburg ,,..,. .... 4 Shippensburg ,,...,. Gettysburg ...... .... 1 1 Delone .......e........ Gettysburg ,,,... .... O Hanover ..,,.....,, Gettysburg .,,.., .,.. 5 Chambersburg Gettysburg ...... .... l S Shippensburg ....... Gettysburg .,.... .....,......t..... O Boiling Springs WON 3 LOST 6 ' I e 'r t e r m e n 1 Seniors Juniors Joe Bushey Glenn Hartzel Elton Martin Dick Hise Delmar Richardson Ed Kane Dan Roth Bob Rohrbaugh CCaptainj Carroll Smith QManagerj Cloyd Spence Sam Staley 1954 MR. SHOEMAKER b a S e b a I I iiunior high football MR. SACHS-MR. BROVVNLEY Gettysbmfg Opponent Delone ,.,......,.,..,.... 7 20 Boiling Springs .,.,,, 33 6 Waynesboro ....,o Zl 27 Hanover ,........,. 14 35 Chambersburg ,.... O 26 Mechanicsburg ...,..., ..,..,.,.,,......,A.. 7 7 Woii l Lost 4 Tied l Lette1'me11.' R. Baltzley, R. Cook, D. Crone, D. Eckert, K. Keefer, D. Kimple, E. Little, I. Sauter, G. Settle, R. Staley, R. Coldsmith, F. Dearing, E. Thomas, G. Mitchell, W, Rudisill. First Row. Left fo Right: P. Smith, I. Sauter, D. Crone, K. Keefer, T. James, D. Kimple, R. Baltzley R. Cook, E. Little, G. Settle, F. Landsberger. Second Row: T. Crist, R. Becker, D. Eckert, F. Stzinour, F. Skidmore, R. Coldsmith, E. Thomas, F. Dear- ing, R. Zhea, T. Crouse, B. Furney. Third Row: J. Riddlemoser, G. Maitland, H. Bollinger, B. Fair, G. Mitchell, W. Rudisill, I. Evans J. Staiger, P. Dorr. Fourth Row: G. Richardson, E. Simpson, H. Weller, J. Ziegler, G. Hayberger, W. Rentzill, R. Dreas W. Fissel. Fifth Raw: M. Small, L. Cox. First Row, Left to Right: G. Richardson, R. Swope, J. Bricker, S. Kessel, M. Small, G. Mitchell, R. VVeikert, D. Coldsmith, N. Nichols. Second Row: M. Olsen, T. Crist, D. VVeimer, B. Sixeas, P. Barnes, I. Fisscl, S. Prosser, J. Neth, H. Geyer. Third Row: P. Smith CManagerD, S. Weikert, C. Fair, R. Staley, S. Stcinour, R. Baltzley, J. Mcllorcl, K. Keefer, J. Riddlemoser, F. Skidmore CManagerD. Mechanicsburg Hanover ..,. . .... . Delone ............. XNaynesboro ...... Shippensburg .. .. Carlisle .............. Chambersburg Delone ................ M echanicsburg Hanover ......,. VVaynesboro ,- Shippensburg Carlisle ..,.....,, Chambersburg Gettysburg Ofwponwzr 17 32 12 38 21 22 26 30 20 27 17 39 27 42 36 26 19 44 . 15 30 . 14 38 . 24 21 . 17 33 - 23 41 I u n i o r h i g h MR. SACHS--NIR. BROVVNLEY b a S k e 1' b a I I g.a.a. cabinet First Row, Left fo Right: Mrs. Brown- ley QAdviserj, D. Vtfitherow CSec.j, J. Mehring CPres.j, E. VVolfe QV. Presj., N. Neth QTreas.j. Second Row: G. Lawver, J. Warren, S. Temple, L. Smith. I I senior hugh g.a.a. First Row, Left to Right: Mrs. Brownley, J. Warren, M. Seibert, V. Wachter, H. Filsinger N. Ramer, D. Witherow, P. Dulaney, S. VVolff, D. Burgner, J. Hartzell, S. Temple, S. Straus- baugh, A. Boyer, D. Fiscle, N. Douglass, N. Neth. Second Row: G. Lawver, M. Gray, J. Donley, J. Mumper, L. Smith, P. Cleveland, S. Black M. Lighter, J. Bigham, H. Barley, J. Kendlehart, Murray, B. Manning, J. Mehring, E. Wolfe Third Row: A. Spence, S. Britcher, VV . McCleaf, S. Matthews, S. Wagaman, N. Nelson S. Johnson, D. Wolf, S. Pensinger, D. Palmer, F. Paris, E. Heldt, A. Holoka, H. Shull, J. Crowl Fouirtih Row: li. Clapsaddle, B. Klocker, S. Stuckey, N. Riggeal, D. Dracha, N. Guise I. Crouse, H. Peffer, J. Reuning, J. Lank, R. Painter, P. Tipton, N. Sponsellor, J. Kennel L. VVisler, R. Knouse. Fifflz Row: J. Stuckey, S. Redding, K. Fleming, F. Snead, R. VVhited, Janet Staiger, B. Pen- nington, S. Korte, A. Eckert, N. Kelle-y, M. Brent, P. Knox, J. Bankard, S. Hewitt, H. Weimer. Sixth. Row: B. Anzengruber, C. Raffensperger, J. Staiger, D. Wicker, E. Rebert, S. Sanders VV. Simpson, S. Sterner, A. Taylor, C. Brumbaugh, S. Fox, N. Wolf, D. Spence, S. Smith, C. Ket- terman, A. Baker, A. Stotler. hnnorlngh gxra. First Row, Left to Right: Mrs. Brownley fAclviserj, A. jordan, M. Ford, B. Little, L. Mitchell M. Runkle, I. Kuhn, C. McCleaf, D. Little, M. Miller. Second Row: S. Holoka, A. Cargas, R. King, N. Elledge, C. Buehler, S. Reed, M. Culp E. Gaston. Third Row: P. Davis, N. Singley, R. Sharrah, L. Eckert, M. Jarvis, J. Rebert, A. Harner A. Mcllhenny, K. Fiscle. Fourth Row: L. Collins, Rice, M. Treher, P. Timmins, QI. Wleikert, J. Smith, S. Harmon P. Kuhn. hnnorlngh cheedeaders feafu res VN 3 i ff A 2, F554 na 1 x 1 N f x x N S w l V 1 Y v i z 1 N 5 v w w P 5 i I 4 2 I J r 5 i w v N s Y ? 1 W 1 Q E S the king and queen of 1955 and their attendants S XNIDRX XVOL11 L IINRI 1 NI I X'I'1I RSOIN SIIIRLIY 11 MIL1 O .Ht , f H '. .c.'c"1"'c ' 2 "i'1+ ROHIQRT CRANE .IIQFF LANGSAAI RONALD XVILLIAM5 who's who Must Dramatic-M. Sauter-H. Smith Most Talkative-D. R2LffG1151D61'gC1'-I. Dracha Most Comic-E. Scharf-H. Smith Most Attractive-C. Patterson-R. VVilliams Best Dancers-D. Wlitlieroxv'-R. Miutcr Cutest Couple-N. Ramer-H. Smith Best Dressed-J. VVarreu-R. Williams Moist Athletic-E. Wfolfe-R. Wfilliams Biggest Flirts-R. NValhay-j. Cole Most Cheerful-D. Ralfeiispetger-C. Spencc Most Ambitious-M. VVetzel-H. Fox Most Vewzitile-1. Mehring-D. I-lise Most Likely to Succeed-bl. Mchriiig-F. Guise Most Musical-X, Neth-H. Fox Quietest-S. Little-ID. I-lcagy Most Unconscious-D. Burguer--I. Dracha Biggest Eaters-J. Xy3.1'1'C11-J. Cole 5 E 2 3 E r I - Q 2 S E 3 ve 21 55 E 5 'K f K' f' ' rffwf-ff-ww' Q W ' 1 mzwQmm 9 , .Q 93" , ff W fs wma gg ,.,. . T ."-1 w 55 33,35 H.. 1 Kg? gf f' as ' ' Yr 4. .37 15 45' Q05 ,Q r 95 Q' fo Nb ' QQ: 3 ,SV CG r' Qsqx N S '51 -Sv 1 Bb fu 15? Q5 .' 39 Ng' NC? 'Q ' Q5 QQ' 91 S 3? ,759 Q s 5 6, q V f 03 Q? Q fx! 5? s. 5 ,,.sH of 5 I X f xgb Q59 he Ckxss oi Cheedeam X Sumo! 91" 469 Q59 F 4741-11- 1 ml if w-,,,, ffm LJ , 5 5- Compliments of Fraternal Order ot Eagles Gettysburg Aerie Lodge No. 1562 TIMES AND NEWS PUBLISHING COMPANY -gf- Specialists in YEAHBOOKS - DISSEHTATIONS - SCHOOL PUBLICATIONS Publishers of Adams County's Only Daily Newspaper THE GETTYSBUHG TIMES .. if - CARLISLE STREET GETTYSBURG. PA Compliments of GENERAL ENGRAVING, INC 8 West King Street LANCASTER, PA. Telephone 5251 ... -k - YOUR SCI-IOUL ENGRAVER Compliments of FRIENDS Street Phone 856 Gettysb ADAMS COUNTY NOVELTY C0lVlPANY - ir .. Manufacturers FINE CARVED TABLES Gettysburg, Pa. Congratulations to the Class ot 1955 U55 llama 1.5 fucfio Cannon-Aid Photographers -yr- Portrait, Wedding, and Commercial Photography 'L11' HANOVER GETTYSBURG BUPP'S DAIRY Home of Prize Winning Milk Specify "BUPP'S" and be sure you are getting the best in Milk and other Dairy Products AWARD WINNER AT PENNSYLVANIA STATE FARM SHOW-1955 Phone Hanover 6127 or Gettysburg-Enterprise 1-6127 Visit Our Dairy Bar and Store at 877 York Sireei Hanover, Pa. ALWINE BRICK COMPANY Brickmakers Since 1851 NEW OXFORD, PENNSYLVANIA OXFORD COLONIAL BRICK Steel and Aluminum Sash - Concrete Block ATLANTIC PETROLEUM PRODUCTS ..-k... DISTRIBUTED BY AERO OIL COMPANY New Oxiord, Pa. Phone New Oxford 123 I U Compliments Swam Electric Co., Inc. 1 HANOVER, PA. Capitol Trailways CONVENIENT SCHEDULED BUS SERVICE FROM GETTYSBURG TO-HARRISBURG, POTTSVILLE, SHENANDOAH. HAZLETON, WILKES-BARRE AND SCRANTON Charter Coaches Available CHARTERS TOURS SIGHTSEEING TRIPS Compliments of Gettysburg Shoe Company Hunt Avenue Servicenter Nash Sales and Service 0 Top Duality Used Cars W Mile South of Gettysburg, Route 140 Phones 74-X and 1237 Rose-Ann Shoppe Ladies' and Children's Ready-to-Wear Rose Smith Littleton, Prop. 116-118 Baltimore Street Gettysburg, P yl Weishaar Brothers Home Appliances - Sheet Metal Work ' Plumbing A 37 Baltimore Street Phone 125 GETTYSBURG Gettysburg COLLEGE Construction Co. F0unded1332 -'A'-. , -gf- Liberal Arts College for Designers and Builders M011 H1111 WOIHGH Army and Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps -1,- -gf- Developers of Colt Park DR. WALTER C. LANGSAM, President JOHN S. TEETER AND SONS, INC. .--Ar- CRUSHED STONE PRODUCERS g --pf- I Phone 696 Gettysburg, Pa. H. N. Bange H . U I . - . eating P umbing Appliances Honthes Electrical Contractors HOTEL GETTYSBUBG quare" if -N- 577 Broadway, Hanover, Pa. H Y Phone 7 1263 enr M. Scharf, Manager Peoples Drug Store THE HEXALL-KODAK STORE Drugs - Sodas - Sundries - Toiletries - Stationery York Street Gettysburg. Pa. WENTZ'S FURNITURE Serving You Since '22 , 121 Baltimore Street Gettysburg, Pa. Compliments of Swope's Atlantic Service Station - -pf ... Phone 77 150 Carlisle Street Gettysburg. P a. S. Blaine Miller GETTYSBUBG BUILDING SUPPLY COMPANY 225 South Franklin Street GETTYSBURG, PENNSYLVANIA Phone 1042 -gf-. Modern Materials for Better Building .. -k .- W. H. Musser, Compliments of The John C. Lower Co., Inc. WHOLESALE GROCERS Gettysburg. Pa. Compliments of Strand Theatre Gettysburg, Pa. Dave Oyler Motors Steinwehr Avenue Phone 757 MERCURY AND LINCOLN DEALER Hennig's Bakery 35 York Street - if - Bakers for G.H.S. Cafeteria Congratulations to the Class of '55 Clyde Williams and Son Compliments of Lobell's Exclusive Iunior Fashions Nationally Famous Champion Shoe Repair Shop 43 Chambersburg Street Gettysburg, Pa Phone 360-X Thomas George Compliments of Texas Lunch GULF FUEL OIL KEROSENE - COAL 35 Hanover Street Phone 843 58 Chambersburg Street GETTYSBURG, PA. GGHYSWQ' Pa- S EEILEU Call Enterprise l-3747 LAUNDRY, CLEANING. STORAGE I Compliments of Benderfs Funeral Home Gettysburg. Pennsylvania llO High Street Hanover, Pa. Hull's Electric Service Shildt -Brothers PAINTING AND DECORATING ' I' - PAPERIIANGER R. D. 3, Gettysburg, Pa. R. F. D. 1, Taneytown, Maryland I C0mP1imenfS of W. T. Grant Co. Credit Bureau of Adams County, KNOWN FOR VALUES Inc. - if - Lincoln Square Ernest A. Dulaney, Mgr. Chambersburg Street Gettysburg, Pa. Gilhert's Hobby Shop Bringman's Electric Service 230 Steinwehr Ave. on Rt. 15 to Wash., D. C. COMMERCIAL, RESIDENTIAL WIRING GETTYSBURG, PA. R. D. 5 Phone 961-R-5 Phone 1025 Gettysburg, Pa. Phone Office 836 Plant 1043 DE SQTQ AND pLYMQUTH - E SALE ERVICE McDerm1tt Brothers S AND S READY MIXED corvcanra Phie1's Garage 13,-PSRK 438 York Street Gettysburg, Pa. Gettysburg, Pa. Box 231 Phone 369 Budisill's Gull Service Minter's Store Leroy Ruclisill '- 'A' - 103-11 Carlisle Street Gettysburg, Prr. CCMPLETE MARKET - if - Phone 677 46 Baltimore Street Phone 445 Remmel's Print Shop Comphmemsof 54 Chambersburg Street Coffman Jewelers GeffYSbuf9' PG- 51 Chambersburg Street l Ralph Barley' Owner Gettysburg, Pa. llwhen It's Flowers . . . Compliments - Remember Ours" , Stanley Warner Murray s Greenhouse - u AND FLQWER S1-10p MHIGSIIC Tl'lBB.I1'B R. D. 4, Gettysburg, Pa. Phone 1110 GettYSbU-Ig' PU- Meadow Valley Abattoir Wholesalers A Home Dressed Meats ..-pf- Gettysburg, Pa. Phone 790 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 thou ht to the morrow g . The habit ot 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 ot Gettysburg, Pa. Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Compliments ot B.P.U. ELKS Compliments of ALBERT J. LENTZ -g,.. A AMERICAN LEGION Warren Chevrolet Sales Chevrolet and Buick Sales and Service Compliments ot PROSPERITY CLEANERS -1-- -if- Lincolnway East Gettysburg Railroad Street Phone 424 Phone 1021 MORRIS CIT LIN DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF IUNK -4,- Rear of Carlisle Street Phone 28 Bankert's Restaurant .. if - SEE US AFTER THE GAME REA 8: DERICK, INC. DRUG STORE ON LINCOLN SQUARE GIFT SHOP - WE CATER TO PARTIES Peace Light Inn and Tourist Court "On the Battlefield at Entrance Peace Light Memorial" 18 MODERN BRICK CABIN S Phone 80 Compliments of the .Iunior Historian Club Adams County Farm Bureau Co-op Association Gettysburg, Pa. FEEDS - PHONE 390 - SEEDS Buy Co-operatively and Save The Difference for Yourself Hanover Hardware Co. Zerfingfs BUILDERS' HARDWARE Tools, Paint, Oil, Glass and Sporting Goods for HANOVER, PA. Halfdwafe LARSON'S COTTACES THE SHETTER HOUSE DINING ROOM AND CATERING at 48 Chambersburg Street , Merwher K. o. uearaafff Music Service INSURANCE - fggg I8 York Street York Street Gettysburg, Pa. my "F Tl Hanover, Pa. Phone 595 Shryock TV Service Phone 1085-Y .- ,of .- Union Emblem Co. Palmyra, Pa. --,Q- CLASS RINGS PENNANTS COMMENCEMENT IN VITATIONS Dealer for IEWELERS TO CLASS 1955 C. B. S. Columbia - it - Motorola P. H. Nissley, Mgr. The Gettysburg High School Alumni Association Welcomes the Class ot 1955 To the Association President ...........,., Mrs. Harry Baker F. . . il urst V1ce President ........ Iohn MacPha Second Vice President .... Suzanne Ziegler Secretary .....,......,. Mrs. Arthur Roth Treasurer ............ Richard Folkenroth Pteaver's Taxi Service PHONE 209 ..,y.. The First to See in the Moming The Last to See at Night --A-- Reaver's Taxi 24 Hours Compliments of GETTYSBURG Tl-IRUWINC COMPANY .. -Af - R. E. Berkheimer, Pres. lVliller and Rose Garage 650 York Street - -pf - Complete Cities Service Products General Repairing Front End Alignment Wheel Balancing 24-hour Towing Service - -k - Day ea4.Y Night 312-Y Compliments of Gettysburg Lodge No. 1526 Loyal Order ot Moose Compliments of Eddie's Cleaners -ir- Laundry and Linen Supply . .. if - Gettysburg cmd L'ttl t wn H The and 1-I Machine Shop Pontiac Sales and Service - f .. Automatic Repairing Complete Wreck Service Body, Frame and Fender Service Du Pont Duco Painting From a Scratch to a Complete C - -k - SOUTH WASHINGTON STREET Victory Restaurant 112 Broadway HANOVER, PA. Snyder's Body Shop Fairfield Road GETTYSBURG, PA. Phone 68-X Compliments Hof The Old Buzzard Coffman-Fisher Co. DEPARTMENT STORE Where Style and Quality Meet a Low Price Fissel-Britcher Agency DIY Gogds, Notigns, Shoes MGSOHIC Bldg. GGIIYSDUIQ, PCI. Men's and Boys' Clothing and Furnishings Women's and Children's "Ready-to-Wear" Ph0I19 434 Lincoln Square Gettysburg Glenn L. Bream - C0mp11me111S OLDSMOBILE - CADILLAC f GMC 0 SALES AND SERVICE - 100 Buford Avenue Gettysburg, Pa. a, LITTLE CABS Stenley E. Keefer Plumbing and Heating Phone 261-X 42 South Street Gettysburg, Pa. Phone 238 A Cab As Near As Your Phone I Congratulations Battlefield Tours - Prompt and to the Staff COUFIGOUS Service of the Cannon-Aid of 1955 - -k - From Lincoln Square Gettysburg, Pa. JANE' JOYCE AND DICK 1814 1955 THE GETTYSBURG NATIONAL BANK On York Street GETTYSBURG, PA. Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Member of Federal Reserve System Constructive Banking Since Colonial Days 'A' 18514 1955 And Dunlop Tires WHAT A TEAM! , OIL CO. 'I B50 York St. Phone 838 Gettysburg, Pa Compliments of HARRIS BROTHERS DEPARTMENT STORE Compliments of THE SHOE BOX Harold H. Reuning "Better Shoes Fitted SPUDNUTS AND COFFEE at SMITTY'S SPUDNUT SHOP John I. Ohler and Edward N. Stine Trading as DOUGHERTY 6: HARTLEY Dry Goods, Notions Gettysburg' Pa' Better" and Underwear . , HETRICK'S COIT1pllI!l6l'1f3S of S SHOE STORE TOBETS MTU-INERY Phone 570 8 Center Square Fashion Center for Hatsf asm-dtI-Iaiidbags Gengaliligpairing o is inc ion se ars HANOVER, PA- Women Road Service, Storage SHOES FOR ALL 13 Baltimore Street 51 Frederick Street Hanover, Pa. 100 York Street Gettysburg, Pa. Compliments of BATTLEFIELD Compliments of ROBERT P. SNYDER INSURANCE Justice of the Peace M1cCLEAF'S GROCERY Meats Vegetables and Frozen Foods Relax and Enjoy a Magazine Tonight Patnonize Your Local News Dealer SERVICE STATION Kadel Building L. E. SMITH Gettysburg, Pa, can 42-z We Deliver NEWS AGENCY Delivery Service Compliments of Phone 788 , KITZMILLER'S Compliments of REDDINGS TACK 6 IILL ' SERVICE STATION Hardware, Paint, Auto GAY IEWELERS SHOP PE and Home Supplies Lincoln Square 30 York Street Atlantic Gas and 011s Gettysburg, Pa. MCC-AUSLIN Congratulations to the REgIFAIi?13fE:NT Compliments AUTQ SALES Class of ,55 Hservmg the D d - P1 th C Community for BOOKMART jofjge ..Sjf1Qated,?'S MODERN Miss 35 Years, PLAZA Trucks SHOP 53 Chi?-T11ffZSiJ9Jf.gSfStreet 334-36 York Street Chambersburg Street Stevce?rittSSvtar1:1is,P?rop. For Real Potato Chips EAT UTZ'S Hanover, Pa. THE BATTLEPIELD SWIMMING POOL Baltimore Pike IW Miles from Lincoln Square "A Daily Dip, That's Our Tip" THE GIFT BOX 35 Chambersburg St. Greeting Cards and Gifts IOHN H. BASEHORE Insurance Real Estate Justice of the Peace Lincoln Square Gettysburg, Pa. 1 l 1 I l l-lershey's Tailor Shop Donald H. Hershey - if - Tailor and Haberdasher Cleaning and Pressing ..-pf.. Opposite Court House Gettysburg, Pa. SELECT USED CARS Kuhn 8: Vincent -ir- AMOCO PRODUCTS .. -k ... 525 York Street Phone 634-X Gettysburg, Pa. Our Congratulations The Colton Motel Dale's Tire Shop REO LAWNMOWER - jr .. Sue's Diner Next Door IW Miles North on Route 15 Phone 1085-X Res. Biglerville 12-I Wisotzkey's Shoe Store Men's, Women's, Chi1dren's Shoes -gf- Francis L. Wisotzkey 117 Baltimore Street Gettysburg, Pa. Roy E. Goldsmith 310 W. High Street GETTYSBURG, PA. Phone 1220 or 116-Y --A'- Bonded Built-up Roofing Siding and Sheet Metal Contractor Compliments of Faber's --pf - Lincoln Square Compliments of Victor Products Corporation COMPLETE REPAIR DEPARTMENT Stenger Music House 110 Baltimore Street Hanover, Pa. R. Feeser F. Bowman SAY IT WITH FLOWERS From Cremer Florist, Inc. RETAIL AND WHOLESALE - 4, - 219-227 E. Walnut Street Phones 3791-3792 Hanover, Pa. Britcher 8: Bender DRUG STORE -+- 27 Chambersburg Street Gettysburg. Pa. Wolf Supply Co. 27 N. Stratton Street Phone 30 -gf- Everything for BUILDING - REMODELING MAINTAINING YOUR HOME C l ' h The Style Shop Hotel Gettysburg Onggiggjgftggof e Phone 3-5155 12 Baltimore st. From the "Your Friendly Store" Beauty Salon Margaret L. Spangler Owner - Operator lunior Cheerleaders FLORANNA AURELIA Hanover' Pa' Phone 779 Gettysburg, Pa. PETEY IUDY l I N 0 Sixeas Schmm S GGHYSIWTQ ' ' INTERIOR DECORATIONS N - 1 M Gfas and Electric Appliances Custom. Made Slip Covers aI10n.a useum, Furniture Draperies - Upholstering 62 Chambersburg Street Fabrics - Wallpaper Phone '75-Y Lincoln Square Gettysburg, Pa. Inc. "Home of the Electric Map" ' I H. Brlnkerhoff and Sherman S Store FIOCXSVSESSEEIZSAII Son Complete Line of Men's and Local and Long Distance Hauling BOYS' Cl10'vhi11s and .Furnishings ' Serving 26 Eastern States 311095 f01' the Entlfe Family Wayslde Flower 120 CagEi?I,SgE3RG Pglgfme 661 20 York Street Phone 629 Blocher's Jewelry Since 1887 25-27 Chambersburg Street Gettysburg, Pa. Congratulations, Class of '55 We invite you to make use of the facilities oiered by this store, whether it be to shop with us, to meet your friends at Mur'phy's, or to seek employ- ment with our company, in the event that you decide upon a retail career. G. C. MURPHY COMPANY Gettysbu1'g's Leading Store Compliments of Standard Pennant Co. Big Run, Pa., Jefferson County - Manufacturers of - Felt and Chenille Awards Letters-Emblems-Banners-Caps NVe Feature a Fine Quality Line of Sweaters and Jackets, Tee Shirts and Sweat Shirts Adams County Motors FORD SALES AND SERVICE York and Liberty Streets GETTYSBURG, PA. Compliments of Shuman's Cut-Rate 39 Baltimore Street The Dutch Cupboard Tea House opposite Jennie Wade House Platters and Dinners Baker's, Battery Service Radios - TV Opposite Post Office Dave Forney and Son National Garage PACKARD SALES AND SERVICE HUDSON SALES AND SERVICE GULF PRODUCTS Lincolnway East Compliments of Penny Wise Shop 48 York Street Compliments of Martin's Shoe Store Service Supply Co. 23 York Street Gettysburg, Pa. HOTPOINT APPLIANCES DU PONT PAINTS PHILCO RADIOS Compliments of Weavers Antique Shop GGUYSWYQ Greenebaum's Compliments Autvpafis CO- THE HSMEQSGOOD Watts Pastry shop DISTRIBUTORS Since 1910 31 Baltimore Street Gettysburg, Pa. Waynesboro, Pa, Westminster, Md. Hanover, Pa. Hanover, Pa. Phfme Ge'0WSb111'S' 114 Dave's 'WALLPAPER AND PAINT 117 Carlisle Street Gettysburg, Pa. Compliments of Jennie Wade Museum H. A. Spangler ELECTRIC SERVICE Wiring - Repairs and Maintenance Gettysburg 13-W 372 East Middle Street C l' . . Ompogmenfs The snver Thtmhle Mr. and Mrs. LeVan's Fashions HANDMADE GIFTS Ross A. Schriner 35 York Sheet - - Congratulations to the QI- comilmifs d H01-'se Class of 1955 "'1mpS01fd, HC me an y Service Station Peters Funeral Home We mg Shop 2 1 321 Carlisle1Street Phone 1108 43 Yofk Street Telephone 1120 Bgbb S Beamerfs Neary slewelry Store "SMART WEAR FOR THE HIGH SCHOOL LAD" Lincoln Square Meat Market MEATS AND GROCERIES COLUMBIA TRU-FIT DIAMOND RINGS ELGIN WATCHES 63 W. Middle Street Gettysburg. Pa. Phone 503-Z Compliments of I C lj 1 I-Iank6Y's GrocerY N' L' Uyler ompognen S n I 201 S. Washington Street 'ANTIQUES p Hlnkle S GeffYSbufqf PG. 2M Miles East Route 30 Sgfvige Station Abe, Glenn and Iunie The Lincoln HighWC'Y A. H. H1nk1e, Proprietor Electric Repair Shop All Household Electric Appliance DICK TACKETT Compliments of Ele's Shell Compliments of Bloser Baby Shoe so E tM'dd1 st 1 1 ' ' Com an Pa.. SMG Siam P Y Compliments Compliments C'3iEZtElalZZ?SJ?0,ihe I . ' ' Arctic Loclzer S stem Bull S Dmer Walken S Geuysbmg Y and Service Station 57 Ehaflgefbshgg t - 625 Buford Avenue Gilggysggrgfgpa. ree Bix-Sway Cleaners Benderfs Compliments BOYS' WEAR Of Ph zo-Y GIFTS 24 Chambleisburg Street , Evans Food Siore Gettysburg, Pa. 12-15 Belflmofe Street Mr. and Mrs. Paul Evans Compliments ot Krank Class of '47 Dave's Photo Supply 52 Chambersburg Street Gettysburg, Pa. CAMERAS - SUPPLIES - PHOTO FINISHING Photographic Headquarters in Gettysburg Compliments of Johnson's Grocery 32 W. Middle Street Adams County Electric Appliance Company FRIGIDAIRE Sales and Service Phone 45-Z Next to the Theater Phone 119-Z 31 Carlisle Street compnmems Gettysburg News and of Sporting Goods Daniel J. Wolit EVERYTHING FOR SPORTS ALSO SCHOOL SWEATERS - BOWLING 51 Chambersburg Street Compliments oi C. W. Epley Gettysburg, Pa. Good Health Food! Groceries - Patents - Fruits Dietetics - Delicacies 152 Chambersburg Street Gettysburg, Pa. Compliments of Kuhn's Millinery FOR THE LATEST IN FASHIONS 130 Chambersburg Street Rose B. Sanders, Prop. Phone 668-X Phone 246-X Charles S. Lupp RADIO AND TV SALES and SERVICE Communication - Engineering 166- Carlisle Street ' Gettysburg, Pa. Compliments ot Bringman's Insurance and Service A Wealth ot Health Pensupreme Gettysburg Phone 1020 autographs autographs I r 1 1 5 . O I, 1 gg ', vr JV . N! 1


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