Gettysburg High School - Cannon Aid Yearbook (Gettysburg, PA)
- Class of 1961
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Text from Pages 1 - 148 of the 1961 volume:
THE CLASS OF 1961
GETTYSBURG HIGH SCHGOL
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' 1960-1961 was a representative school year for the students of Gettys-
burg High School. Upon returning to classes in the fall, they . . . scrutinized
new teachers . . . cheered the teams on-sometimes in victory, sometimes in
defeat . . . made new friends . . . created stronger bonds with old friends
. . . joined clubs . . .' rehearsed for plays . . . sold tickets, candles and pea-
nuts . . . contributed to class treasuries and organized drives . . . welcomed
the fourth foreign exchange student . . . groaned over homework assign-
ments . . . attended assembly and lyceum programs . . . crammed for
examinations . . . enjoyed a record number of snow holidays . . . and
squirmed as teachers Hlled out report cards in class.
However, 1961 saw changes too. Seventh graders moved to Lincoln
School. Underclassmen visualized graduation from the new senior high
school. Educational standards rosefdemanding more specialized courses.
High honor lists diminished in size. Editors planned the biggest and best
yearbook ever. ' A
All of these things helped make 1961 a year to remember.
ADMINISTRATION AND STAFF ...I ,..A.I Page 6
FACULTY .....,... - Page 16
SENIOR CLASS ...I.,.. Page 24
UNDERCLASSIVIEN .... .. Page 44
ACTIVITIES ,I,. .... Page 56
STUDENT LIFE .,... .A ........ Page 76
CLUBS .....I ..,...., P age 84
ATHLETICS ..v,..,,., LL.,,. Page 96
ADVERTISEMENTS ...... - ..... Page 118
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GETTYSBURG JOINT SCHOOL BOARD
First Row, Left to Right: R. Schultz, G. Sterner, H. E. Riegle, R. Guise, T. Allen, K. Reinhart, G. Trostle
W. Hay. i
Second Row: P. Waybright, D. White, Settle, H. Hall, M. Stuckey, C. Bowmaster, T. Oyler, M. Rice, D
Nichols, C. Lott. - t
Third Row: N. Plank, Woods, R. Scott, R. Maddox, G. Bowers, Schwartz, W. Williams, R. Dear
dorff, E. Bulleit, O. Orner. ' t
Not in Picture: A. Kane, A. Durboraw, F. Bowersox, R. Weaner, H. Knouse, C. Rohrbaugh, S. Wolf, H
Blye, H. Mcllhenny, O. Wilson, L. Spangler. K
During the past few years, the academic standards of Gettysburg High School have been
greatlylelevatecl. This improvement would not have been possible if it were not for the Gettys-
burg Joint School Board. These men and women, through foresight and understanding, have
tried to prepare the student body for the increasingly technical life which lies ahead of them. A
The class of 1961, realizing what a great service they have received, wishes to express
its deepest thanks to those who have worked to better our chances in the future.
OF SCHOOLS y
Mn. I-I. Euan RIEGLE Y
Serious and conscientious, Mr. H. Edgar Riegle has a very wide variety of responsibilities
as superintendent of the Gettysburg Joint School System. ln charge of both the elementary
and secondary school programs, Mr. Ri-egle administers the policies handed down by the
school board. The hiring of new teachers is a result of his efforts, and the importance of a
smooth-running school is always his concern.
THE SUPERINTENDENT .
Mus. MABEL I-I. FOLKENROTHV
Mn. CI.1FFoRn B. SNOWBERGER
SECRETARIES TO THE
Top: Miss Dokon-nr E. Fmuzn
Bottom: Miss LOUELLA G. KLxNEFEL'rER
A smile, a firm but fait hand, and the ability to speak
effectively are qualities displayed by our high school
principal, Mr. Clifford B. Snowberg-er. Along with his
numerous responsibilities, Mr. Snowberger can often be
seen enthusiastically urging the students to do their best
or cheering the team toward victory at a game. As the
high school's public relations man, Mr. Snowberger,
going in circles in his swivel chair, meets students gra-
ciously as well as many visitors to the school. All of us
can sincerely say that Mr. Snowberget has helped us
personally at some time during the two years of his
Mn. PAUL R. MEI-:RING
That good-natured and congenial man whom we often see carrying out his duties in
the cafeteria or at the desk in his office is Mr. Paul Mehring, assistant principal of our
high school. Mr. Mehring is known to all and to those who forget their lunch money
he is an especially good friend. He is in charge of the attendance records of the school
and serves as the principal's right-hand man in many other capacities.
THE ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL
Miss Lucius P. SHUYLER
MR. DONALD B. TIZIANI
Miss N. Louise RAMER
Aiding development so that the student will be more capable and able to adjust to
living is the ultimate object of the guidance program. Development is accomplished by having
educational, vocational, and personal potentials advanced to the fullest extent. To facilitate
these advancements the program has two phases. The first is group guidance carried on
in homeroom and subject class groups. In this phase the homeroom teacher and the home-
room play the important role of clearing center for group problems. The second phase is
individual guidance which meets specific needs. Here the guidance counselors, school nurse
and high school principal are directors.
SECRETARY TO GUIDANCE
COUNSELORS AND LIBRARIANS
Miss DONNA J. I-IETRICK
Miss SUSAN K. WENTZ
Miss MARY T. QUIGLEY
The Gettysburg High School library is used to supplement the
student's regular work and -to provide recreational reading. This
library possesses a collection of seven thousand books and many
pamphlets and magazines. At the present time the room can seat
106 students, or more in the event of a special test or meeting.
Besides the main library there are five smaller adjoining rooms,
three being used for conferences and meetings while the other two
are used as worlcrooms by the librarians.
The facilities of our library are becoming more inclusive and
more advanced. Through these advancements the students of
Gettysburg High School will be offered many more beneficial op-
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MR. KENNETH G. REINHART, JR.
SECRETARY TO THE
Miss DONNA R. REDDING
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Miss ELLEN R. MILLER
Kneeling, Left lo Right: H. Mcsherry, M. Rehert.
First Row: E. Weaver, G. Raifensperger, E. Rothhaupt, D. Rowe, I. Keefer.
Second Row: R. Bowling, N. Treher, H. Witherow, D. johnson, D. Tressler, McCleaf, N. Ditzler,
Not in Picture! A. Lower.
First Row, Left to Right: H. Small, C. Nett, C. Huston.
Second Row: C. Shriver, R. Tackett, M. Tressler.
The class of 1961 wishes to express most
sincere thanks to the school cafeteria staff
and the custodians. By the diligent labors
of the cafeteria staff in preparing our
lunches and those of the janitors in main-
taining the building, many imperative and
never ending johs have been performed
with extreme efficiency.
Seated: Mrs. Dorthea B. Hoffman, Miss A. Joan Thomas, Miss Mary I. Hartman, Miss Alice M. Snyder,
Mrs. Ruth S. Wisler, Mrs. Margaret P. Deitz.
Standing: Mr. Jack E. Wise, Mr. Cornelius Manders, Mr. James R. Feather, Mr. Elmer johnson,
Mr. Edwin S. Longaneclcer fdepartment headj.
English is offered in grades seven through twelve, the only subject required in all six
grades. Grammar and spelling are emphasized, as always. The amount of composition a
student does weekly has been increased during the past year in order to meet the national
standard. Book reports are required to strengthen the student's desire to read and to
broaden his literary baclcground.
Four years of Latin, three years of Spanish, and two years of French are offered by the
foreign language department. Language classes study vocabulary and grammar, talce dicta-
tion, carry on conversations, write short compositions, read novels, magazines, and newspapers
in the particular language which they are studying. The courses emphasize the strengthening
of vocabulary and pronunciation via the daily study of words.
PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND HEALTH
Left to Right: Mr. James R.
Feather, Mr. G. Donald
Young, Mr. Edward R.
Brownley, Mrs. Edith P.
Reinhart, Mrs. Bette M.
Forney, Mr. George S. Forney
Our physical education department is one of the best in the state. Courses are offered that
help the student attain a high degree of physical and mental coordination. With group
sports, such as touch football, field hockey, basketball, volleyball and softball, the students
learn how to co-operate with others and carry responsibilities in group eiforts. Calesthenics,
mat work, archery, rope climbing, track, bar work and other individual sports help the
student perfect his own physical skills.
Left to Right: Mrs. Anna B. Heintzelman
fdepartmenr headj, Miss Jean M. Mc-
Anally, Mr. Cornelius Manders, Miss
Alice M. Snyder.
Encouraging students to realize the aesthetic beauties of modern culture is the purpose of
the fine arts department. Elective courses are presented that supplement the sudent's interest
in art and music. Art is required in Junior High School, but is offered as an elective in
Senior High. It may be taken as a major by interested students. For those interested in music,
a wide program is scheduled. Music study must be talcen as a Junior High subject. Interested
students of all grades may participate in glee clubs, bands and the music theory club.
The practical arts department is one of interest and versatility. Teaching students the
practical mechanics of creating useful and decorative objects, the general shop area presents
working areas of wood, metal, leather and plastic. The agriculture course is designed for
pupils who plan to pursue an occupation related to agriculture. Skills useful to the farmer
are learned and put into practice. A course in homemaking provides opportunities for learn
ing to perform household duties capably, making the best use of leisure time, and promoting
wholesome family, community and international relationships.
Left to Right: Mr. Stephen I'
Poleskie, Mrs. Joyce M Kemp
ton, Mr. Robert G Zeigler
fdepartment headj, Mr Neil
A. Justice, Mr. Paul W Grove
Not in Picture: Mrs Elmira
SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS
First Row, Left to Right: Mrs. Zoe M. Ridinger, Miss Joanne C. Snyder, Mr. john P. Gregor, Mr. Carl M.
Second Row: Mr. Donald A. Ullrich fdepartment headj, Mr. Edward R. Brownley, Dr. Donald E.
Lawver, Mr. Eugene A. Deardorff, Mr. Robert T. Yoder.
Third Row: Mr. Robert E. Sheads, Mr. Fred P. Haehnlen, Mr. David W. Woods, Mr. Ronald Bream.
Fourth Row: Mr. William R. Cadle.
The science and math courses presented at Gettysburg High School teach the student the
fundamental principles governing life and the basic laws of the universe. Science courses
available are beginning and advanced science, biology, physics, earth science and chemistry.
Elementary math, Algebra I and H, plane and solid geometry, and plane trigonometry are
the courses taught in the math department.
Seated: Miss Nancy V. Kirk,
Mrs. Berenice S. Krumrine,
Miss Eva jane Schwartz.
Standing: Mr. Allan R. Gray,
Mr. Elmer H. Schriver, Mr.
George W. Glenn, Mr. Charles
R. Leader, Mr. Jack R. Corbin
fdepartment headj .
SEVENTH GRADE INTEGRATED
The Integrated Program is designed to
bridge the gap between elementary school,
in which a student has only one teacher,
and high school, in which a student has
many teachers. This is effected in the
seventh grade by combining the English
and world history' courses. It provides,
more than any other course, a broad back-
ground in several basic fields of knowledge.
Mrs. Nancy Murdock, Mr. Charles W. Lilley, Mrs. Shirley
H. Speir, Mrs. Mary E. Smith fdepartment head, .
Not in Picture: Mrs. Emylsu Martin.
After studying in the business education
department of Gettysburg High School,
a student has a broad background of
knowledge in business requirements.
Courses such as bookkeeping, business math,
business English, typing, and shorthand
prepare the student for such occupations as
i bookkeepers, accountants, secretaries, stenog-
raphers, clerks, and receptionisrs. Also of-
fered is a course in office practice, in which
the student receives valuable experience in
operating modern office equipment.
Mr. James R. Feather, Miss Gertrude B. Little, Miss Ruth A.
Roland, Mr. Robert C. Diehl fdepartment headj.
Seated: Mr. C. Mcrrill Eckhart, Mr. Jacob M. Sheads, Miss Dorothy M. Boyer, Mr. Robert D. Fidler lde-
Standing: Mr. John O'Brien, Mr. Donald E. Biclcel, Mr. G. Donald Young, Mr. Patrick Kelly, Mr. Carl
Social studies courses are offered which cover every age and every area of the globe.
Students begin in the seventh grade with world history, American history in the eighth,
civics in the ninth grade, world history in the tenth, American history in the eleventh
grade and problems of demoracy and economics in the twelfth. All these courses include a
weekly study of current events.
Mrs. Virginia P. Ward, Mrs. Elizabeth H.
GARY EUGENE ADAMS
Number 1 in the senior line-up.
Stage Craft Club, 2 lstage managerl,
4, Collectors Club, 3s Archery Club, l.
WILLIAM EDGAR ANDERS
Prowers and prowl combined for a
Campus Improvement, 15 Tropical
Fish, 23 Collectors Club, 3g Civil War
Round Table, 4.
CAROL LEE ANDREWS
Vocational Home Economics
Sugar and xpice mixed well.
F.H.A., Z lvice presidentj, 3, 4g Danc-
ing Club, l.
Lawrence Welle with a "mean" baton.
Band, 1, 2, 3, 4, Dance Band, 35
Tropical Fish Club, Zg Collectors Club,
33 County Band, 33 Civil War Round
EDWIN JAMES BAKER
The football team'x right hdild man.
Football, 1, 2, 3, 4 lmanagerlg Shop
Service Club, 4, Varsity Club, 3, 43
Commercial Film Club, 2, Athletic
Trainers Club, lg junior High Social
Dance Club, 1.
CHARLES RICHARD BECKER
From the balls of G.H.S. to the
:bores of Tripoli.
Football, lg Track, 2, 3, 4g Color
Guard, 1, 2, 3, 4, Cannon-Aid 4, Col-
lectors Club, 3g Bulletin Board Club,
Z5 Shop Service Club, 4.
GLADYS FRANCES BECKER
A sunny smile and tr shorthand book.
Cannon-Aid, 49 Typing Club, 33
Bridge Club, 2.
CHARLES LEROY BOLLINGER
Peter Pan in a model car.
Football, l lmanagerlg Track, 1, 2,
3, 4g Plays, 35 Play Committees, 3g
Mask and Wig, 4g National Thespians,
4, Choir, lg Cannon-Aid, 45 Tropical
Fish Club, lg Campus Improvement
Club, lg Archery Club, l, 2g Bulletin
Board Club, 2, Stage Craft Club, 23
Journalism Club, 3, Civil War Round
Table, 4, Ping-Pong Club, 2.
ILA JEAN BOWERS
Byrd' flies high in everything.
Student Council, 1, 2, 3, 4, Choir,
1, 2, 3, 4, Maroon and White, 3, 4
lco-news editorlg Quill and Scroll, 4
lvice presidentlg Cannon-Aid, 43 Jour-
nalism Club, 2, 3g F.T.A., 2, 3, 4
lvice presidentlg Dance Line, 4, Junior
High Historians, lg National Honor
DONALD GEORGE BOWLING
Happier! when out-of-doors.
F.F.A., 1 lassistant presidentj, 2, 3,
4 lsecretaryl .
JEAN MARIE BOWMASTER
Vocational Home Economics
Her voice is ever soft and low.
F.H.A., 1, 2, 3, 4.
MARY LOU BOWMASTER
Mana Lisa smile on a Mary
Cannon-Aid, 4g Bridge Club, 25
Typing Club, 3g National Honor So-
RICHARD D. BOYER
Sleillful bowler makes ten pins fly.
Choir, lg Ping-Pong Club, 23 Civil
War Round Table, 4.
ROBERT L. BREAM
Largest producer of smiles and grins.
Football, 1, 4, Baseball, 3, 45 Wrestling
Club, lg Coin Club, 3, Civil War
Round Table, 4.
MARIAN MARGARET BRYAN
Foreign languages and slvy glances.
Play Committees, 33 Maroon and
White, 2, 3, 45 Journalism Club, 2,
Spanish Club, 2, 3, 4g Red Cross Coun-
cil, lg Library Assistant, 1, 4, F.T.A.,
4g Dramatics Club, l.
JACK P. BUCHER
Horses vs. lrorseless carriages.
Class treasurer, 45 Student Council, I
25 Football, 1, 2, 45 Track, 1, 2, 3
Plays, 1, 33 Maslc and Wig, 49 Choir
I, 2g Campus Improvement Club, 2.
DONALD LEWIS CARVER, JR.
Santa Fe specialist.
Band, I, 2, 3, 4 lmanagerlg Orchestra,
33 Audio-Visual Club, lg Instru-
mental Music Club, 4.
KENNETH JAMES CHAPMAN
A quiet rea' headed "clvap."
Baseball, 3, 43 Spanish Club, 2, Coin
Club, 33 Audio-Visual Club, lg Civil
War Round Table, 4.
CLARENCE M. CLABAUGH
The peuple's choice.
Football, 2, 35 Coin Club, 3g Civil War
Round Table, 4.
CAROL L. COMELITTI
Cute and quiet will-1 a cerlain charm.
Hornell High School, 1, 29 Allegany
Central School, 33 Civil War Round
WILLIS MONROE CONOVER, JR.
The .spirit of '6z.
Class Vice President, 4, Student Council,
1, 2, Play Committees, 33 Choir, 1, Z, 3,
4, Maroon and White, 3, 4, Cannon-Aid,
4, F.T.A., 43 Journalism Club, 3, Civil
War Round Table, 4, Quill and Scroll,
4, National Honor Society, 4.
MARIE LUCILLE COOVER
Sheill be a teacher with clasx.
Student Council, 1, Z, G.A.A., 3, 4,
Ci.A.A. Cabinet, 43 Play Committees, 33
Choir, 1, 2, 4, Maroon and White, 3,
43 Cannon-Aid, 4, F.T.A., 2, 3, 4 ltreas-
urerlg journalism Club, 2, 3, Civil War
Round Table, 4, Dance Line, 4, junior
High Historians, lg National Honor So-
FORREST EUGENE CRAVER, III
Chip off the old block.
Student Council, 2, 3, Track, 1, 2, 3,
Plays, 35 Play Committees, 23 Mask and
Wig, 3, 4, Choir, lg Cannon-Aid, 4 lad-
vertising managerjg Tropical Fish Club,
1, Dramatics Club, 1, Civil War Round
NANCY LEE CULLISON
Wear: a halo of happiness.
G.A.A., 1, 2, Cannon-Aid, 45 Red Cross
Council, 1, 2, 3, Civil War Round Table,
TIMMY TAYLOR CULP
The Senior Class' tallest elf.
Baseball, lg Track, lg F.F.A., l, 2, 3, 4.
Dale Evans with a Queerfx accent.
St. Pascal Baylon High School, 1, Z, 3g
Civil War Round Table, 4.
MONA LEE CURRENS
A hlithe spirit with nothing of the
coward about her.
G.A.A., l, Zg Library Service Club, 1, 2,
3, 43 Red Cross Council, 1, 2, 3, 4.
ROBERT T. DEAN
M usclex and brain: with half-time energy.
Class Secretary, lg Class President, 3,
4, Student Council, 1, 2, 3, 45 Football,
1, 2, 3, 4g Basketball, 25 Track, 1, 2,
3, 43 Plays, 35 Maroon and White, 45 Var-
sity Club, 3, 43 A.F.S., 3, 4 lpublicity
chairmanlg Junior High Historians, lg
Dramatics Club, l, 2, Collectors Club, 4.
BARBARA ANN DICK
Vocational Home Economics
Betty Crocker of G.H.S.
F.H.A., 1, 2, 3, 4 lpresidentl.
MARY ETHEL DILLON
Breaks :peed limit: while taking dictation.
Student Council, 1, 2, Cannon-Aid, 43
F.B.L.A., 3, Pen Pal Club, 13 Civil War
Round Table, 4.
CHARLES DITZLER, III
All around discs for an all around guy.
Football, 1, 2, Basketball, 23 Play Com-
mittees, 1, 2, 35 Mask and Wig, 3, 4,
Band, 1, 2g Dance Band, 1, 35 Cannon-
PAUL FLEMING DORR, JR.
Grease monkey in left Held.
Football, 1, Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 43 Base-
ball, Z, 4, Track 33 F.F.A., 1, 2 las-
sistant chaplainj, 3 fsecretaryl, 4.
PAUL WILLIAM DUANE
Monkey shines making for merrimenl.
Football, Ig Audio-Visual Club, l, 2,
Stage Craft Club, 3,
ROGER JAN ECKER
Perry Mason dribbling down court.
Student Council, 4g Football, 1, 2, 4,
Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 43 Baseball, lg Track,
2, 3, 4, Plays, Zg Choir, 1, 3, 45 Band,
lg Maroon and White, 3, 4 lco-sports
eclitorjg Quill and Scroll, 3, 43 Cannon-
Aid, 4, Varsity Club, 3, 4, Latin Club,
Z lpresidentjg Journalism Club, 3, 43
Civil War Round Table, 4g Cross Coun-
try Club, 2, National Honor Society, 4.
MARK KURTZ ECKERT
Speed demon of the finders.
Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball, 4g Track,
I, 2, 33 Choir, lg Civil War Round Table,
JOY ANNE FAIR
Plays, 33 Choir, 1, 4, Band, lg Cannon-
Aid, 4g Dance Line, 4g Civil War Round
BARBARA ANN FISCEL
Commercial whiz kid.
Choir, 2, 3, Civil War Round Table, 4.
Great White hunter.
Football, 43 F.F.A., 1, 2, 3 lchaplainl, 4
CHRISTOPHER THOMAS FLYNN
Renown for bis discussions and friendliness.
Play Committees, lg Campus Improvement
Club, lg Cbess Club, 2, Science Laboratory
RONALD ROY FREW
A king of parts-all automobile.
Student Council, 1, 3 ltreasurerl, 4
lprssidentlg Football, lg Basketball, 1, Zg
Plays, 33 Maroon and White, 2, 3, 43
journalism Club, 2, Quill and Scroll, 4.
EDWARD HENRY GASTLEY
Football fiend favors fair sex.
Class Treasurer, 1, Football, l, 3, 45
Baseball, 45 Track, 35 Archery Club,
1, Z, Coin Club, 3g Varsity Club, 4.
LINDA LEE GERRALD
A diamond bright smile.
Plays, 3, Play Committees, 3, Ma-
roon ancl White, 2, 3, 4, Cannon-Aid,
4' F.B.L.A. 3 treasurer ' Brush and
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Palette Club, 25 Pen Pal Club, 1
itreasurerlg journalism Club, 2, 3.
ROY WILLIAM GIFFORD, JR.
Aspires to assume the role of an M.D.
Basketball, 3, Track, 1, 2, 3, 4, Play
Committees, 35 Choir, 13 Latin Club, 2
lrreasurerlg Typing Club, 3.
RAY EARNEST GOLDEN, JR.
Farmer in the dell with little to tell.
Stage Craft Club, Z, 3, 4, Campus
Improvement Club, 1.
EDGAR MILTON GREEN
Sawdust trail to a printing press.
Choir, 1, 3, 4, Audio-Visual Club,
l, 3, 4 linstructorlg F.T.A., 4.
XVALTER PHILIP GRIEST, JR.
100 words a minute-no typewriter.
Student Council, 1, 45 Football, 1,
Track, 1, 2, 3, 4, Cannon-Aid, 4
lbusiness managerlg Tropical Fish
Club, 1, 25 Spanish Club, 2, 3 lvice
presiclentlg F.T.A., 4.
CAROLYN LOUISE GUISE
Grant's maker or breaker.
Choir, 1, 2, 3, 4, Band, lg Maroon
and White, 2, 3, 43 Quill and Scroll,
43 Cannon-Aid, 4, Dance Line, 3, 45
Ping-Pong Club, 2, Journalism Club,
Z, 3, Civil War Round Table, 4, Na-
tional Honor Society, 4.
BARBARA MAE HARBAUGH
Future secretary digs pop music.
Cannon-Aicl, 4, F.B.L.A., 3 lvice
presiclentjg Brush and Palette Club,
2, Pen Pal Club, 1 Qsecretarylg Civil
War Rouncl Table, 4.
ELAINE ANN HARMAN
Typing and shorthand are Iver speed.
G.A.A., 2, 3, Choir, 1, 2, 3, 4g
Typing Club, 33 Dramatics Club, 1, 2.
SANDRA KAY I-IARTMAN
Kitten on the keys with no erasures.
G.A.A., lg Choir, 1, 2, 3, 4g Maroon
and White, Z, 3, 4, Cannon-Aid, 4,
Dance Line, 3, 4, Civil War Round
Table, 43 Red Cross Council, 13 Jour-
nalism Club, 2, 3.
ELWOOD VINCENT HARTZELL
A green thumb + knowledge : laluc
Track, 1, F.F.A., 1, 2 ltreasurerl,
3, 4 lchaplainlg Stage Craft Club, 2,
Chess Club, 23 Wrestling Club, 1.
GEORGE DEWEY HAYBERGER
Like a phonograph, he talks
Basketball, lg Track, Z, 33 Band, lg
Red Cross Council, 2, 3.
BETTY JANE HEFLIN
A quiet and athletic miss.
G.A.A., 1, Z, 3, 45 Choir, 1, Bulletin
Board Club, 2, F.B.L.A., 23 Typing
Club, 3, Civil War Round Table, 4.
HENDRATI INSIJAH SOEKIRNO
Vocational Home Economics
Surprise package from A.F.S.
S.G.K.P. Negeri Surabaja, l, 2, 35
F.H.A., 45 F.T.A., 4.
RONALD EUGENE HERRING
Sports and math equal an all around
Basketball, 1, 2g Track, 2, 39 Choir,
lg Coin Club, 3.
JENNIFER LOUISE HESS
Juliet in Indian dress with sralps.
Class Secretary, 4, Student Council,
1, 2, 33 Plays, 35 Mask and Wig, 3,
4, Choir, 1, Z, 3, 4, Maroon and
White, 3, 4, Quil and Scroll, 3, 4,
Cannon-Aid, 45 Cheerleader, 2, 3, 43
Dance Line, 3, 4, journalism Club,
2, 3, F.T.A., 4, Civil War Round
Table, 4, National Honor Society, 4.
RICHARD CARL HESS
Good spirits are his by-product.
Track, 3, 4, Archery Club, 25 Audio-
Visual Club, lg Chess Club, Z, Col-
lectors Club, 33 Laboratory Science
Club, 4, National Honor Society, 4.
BARBARA ANN HETRICK
Adds a little sunshine to the darkest
G.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 4g G.A.A. Cabinet,
4, Play Committees, 33 Choir, 1, 2,
3, 4, Cannon-Aid, 4, Bulletin Board
Club, 25 F.B.L.A., Z, 3 lpresidentlg
Red Cross Council, 1, 23 Nurses Aide,
3, 4, Civil War Round Table, 4
ltreasurerjg County Chorus, 4.
TERRY LEE HISE
A future scientist with great
knowledge of history.
Student Council, 1, Z, 3, Football, 1,
23 Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4g Baseball, Z,
3, 49 Track, lg Choir, lg Russian
Club, 23 Civil War Round Table, 4g
Varsity Club, 4.
ALLAN SWARTZ HOKE
Pianissima in manner.
Choir, 1, 2, 3, 4, District Chorus, 4,
Cannon-Aid, 4, Bible Club, l ltreas-
urerjg Music Theory Club, 23 F.T.A.,
Z, 3, 4 lparliamentarianlg Civil War
Round Table, 4, County Chorus, 4g
State Chorus, 4.
DONALD WILLIAM HOWE
Talkatisfe trickste r.
Stage Craft Club, 2, 3, Social Dance
Club, 1, Library Assistants, 25 Chess
MARY BETH HUGHES
Fine figure in bookkeeping.
Class Secretary, 2, 33 Plays, 3g Play Com-
mittees, 3, Mask and Xvig, 3, 4, Choir,
l, 2, 3, 4, Majorettes, 2, 3, 4 fheadlg
Dance Band, 3 fvocalistlg Maroon and
White, 2, 3, 45 Cannon-Aid, 4 fhead
typistjg Ping-Pong Club, Ig F.T.A., 25
Journalism Club, Z3 Dramatic Arts Club,
2 lvice presidentlg F.B.L.A., 35 Dance
Line, 3, 4 fchoreographerjg County
Chorus, 3, 4, Civil War Round Table, 4.
CAROLYN LOUISE HULL
Ethel Barrymore bills high on bonor roll.
G.A.A., 1, 2, Plays, 33 Play Committee,
3, 43 Maslc and Wig, 3, 45 National Thes-
pians, 3, 4 fpresidentlg Choir, 1, Z, 3, 45
Maroon and White, 3, 4 Kco-feature edi-
torjg Quill and Scroll, 3, 4, Cannon-Aid,
4, Dtamatics Club, 1 fsecretaryl, 2, 3,
Journalism Club, 2, 3, Civil War Round
Table, 4, County Chorus, 4, National
Honor Society, 4.
KENNETH PRESTON HULL
Six volts times bard work equals a
Student Council, 4, Football, 2g Basket-
ball, 1, 2, 3, 4 fmanagerlg Baseball, 3, 4,
Play Committees, 1, 2, 3, 4, Mask and
Wig, 3, 4, National Thespians, 3, 45
Choir, lg Maroon and White, 3, 4, Can-
non-Aid, 4, Audio-Visual Club, 1, 2, 3,
45 Stage Craft Club, 2, 3, Varsity Club,
43 National Honor Society, 4.
LINDA LOU HULL
Weekend waitress serves happiness
during the week.
Play Committees, 3, 4, Choir, 1, Z, 3, 4g
Band, lg Maroon and White, 3, 4, Ping-
Pong Club, I, 23 Journalism Club, 2, 3,
F.T.A., 3, 4, Civil War Round Table,
4, County Chorus, 4.
SANFORD PETER HYSON
Progress is bis most important product.
Class President, 2, Class Vice President,
35 Student Council, 2, 3, 4 Qvice presi-
dentlg Plays, 3, Play Committees, 2, 3,
45 Maslc and Wig, 3, 4 Qvice presidentlg
Choir, 1, 4, Band, 1, Z, 3, 4, Maroon
and White, 3, 4 leo-news editorjg Quill
and Scroll, 4 lpresidentlg Cannon-Aid,
4, F.T.A., 43 Journalism Club, Z3 County
Band, 4, A.F.S., Z, 4, National Honor
NANCY MAY JACKSON
Dances rings around everyone.
G.A.A., 1, Z, 3, 4, Russian Language
Club, 35 Social Dance Club, lg junior
High Historians, 1, Civil War Round
JANET LEE JANUSZEWSKI
A bustling bit of brunette.
Pen Pal Club, Ig Bulletin Board Club,
2, Russian Language Club, 3.
WILLIAM FRASER JARVIS
Adventurers: advocate of humor.
Plays, 3, Choir, 1, Z, 3, Dance Band, 3g
Russian Language Club, 33 Civil War
Round Table, 4.
DAVID OLIVER JOHNSON
Bob Hope with a trombone.
Student Council, 1 fpresidentjg Football,
2, Track, 4g Plays, 33 Play Committees,
3, 4, Mask and Wig, 3, 43 National Thes-
pians, 3, 4 ftreasurerjg Choir, l Kpresi-
dentl, 3, 43 Band, 1, Z, 3, 4, Dance Band,
1, 3, Maroon and White, 3, 4g Cannon-
Aid, 4 feditorjg Journalism Club, 2,
F.T.A., 4, County Chorus, lg County
Band, 2, 3, 43 Quill and Scroll, 43 Dis-
trict Chorus, 4g Instrumental Music Club,
4, National Honor Society, 4, State
JEFFREY HOWARD JOHNSON
Topsy turvy over trombone.
Track, 1, 23 Choir, 1, 3, Band, l, 2, 3, 45
Dance Band, 23 Orchestra, 33 Music
Theory, 2, Journalism Club, 3, Red
Cross Council, 2, 4.
KEITH JOHN KAHWAJY
Enjoys life, liberty, and the happiness of
Springfield Technical High School, 1, Zg
Track, 33 Play Committees, 3, Mask and
Wig, 3, 4g Stage Craft Club, 33 Civil
War Round Table, 4.
PAULA ELAINE KARGAS
This "Kar" never runs out of gas when
G.A.A., 2, 3, 45 Play Committees, 33
Choir, 1, 2, 3, 4, Maroon and XVhite, 2,
3, 4, Cannon-Aid, 45 Dance Line, 3, 45
Civil War Round Table, 43 F.T.A., 2,
3, 45 Journalism Club, 2, 33 Mask and
Wig, 45 County Chorus, 4.
BONNIE ELAINE KEEFER
The Senior class' Christmas present.
Student Council, 2, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4,
Play Committees, 2, 3, 4, Choir, 1, 2, 3,
4, Maroon and White, 3, 4, Quill and
Scroll, 4, Cannon-Aid, 4 ffeature editorjg
Library Assistants, lg Ping-Pong Club, lg
Journalism Club, 2, 35 F.T.A., 43 Dance
Line, 45 Civil War Round Table, 4.
WILLIAM LOWER KETTERMAN
A track star who likes to run around.
Track, 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club, 3, 4
lpresidentlg Archery Club, l.
WILLIAM RICHARD KINT
Pigskin hero who smiles miles.
Class Vice President, lg Class Treasurer,
23 Football, 1, 2, 3, 4, Cannon-Aid, 45
Spanish Club, 2 ftreasurerl, 3.
CHARLES DAVIS KORTE
Good will ambassador of G. H. S.
Class Vice President, 23 Student Council,
2, 3, Basketball, 2, Plays, 33 Play Com-
mittees, 33 Mask and Wig, 3, 45 Choir,
1, Z, 3, 4, County Chorus, 3 45 Maroon
and W'hite, 2, 3, 4 lassociate editorlg
Quill and Scroll, 3, 45 journalism Club,
23 National Honor Society, 4.
LAWRENCE ROBERT KUJOVICH
Good chemist with a constant air pressure.
Plays, 3, Mask and Wig, 4, Cannon-Aid,
43 .Chess Club, 15 Hi-Y, 1, Z, 3 fchap-
lainlg Civil War Round Table, 43 National
Honor Society, 4.
RICHARD DALE LAWVER
High jinx and high times.
Football, I, Basketball, lg Ping-Pong
Club, 2, Audio Visual Club, 1.
LOIS ANN CATHERINE LEGORE
A certain smile that charms.
G.A.A., 3. 4g Choir, 15 Band, 13 F.B.L.A.,
3g Civil War Round Table, 4.
BETTY LOU LEMASTER
joyous as a Sunbeam between two
Bloomsburg High School, 15 G.A.A.,
Z5 F,B.L.A., 3.
EDWARD JAMES LITTLE
M ixchievous mechanic.
F.F.A., 1, z, 3, 4.
PAULA CHRISTINE LUPP
Sweetness and charm, ingredients for
a happy future.
Class Treasurer, 15 Student Council,
25 G.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 45 G.A.A.
Cabinet, 45 Plays, 35 Play Committees,
35 Mask and Wig, 3, 45 Choir, l, 3,
45 Band, l, Z, 3 Qvice presidenti, 45
Orchestra, 35 Cannon-Aid, 45 Journal-
ism Club, 35 Civil War Round Table,
45 County Band, 2, 35 District Band,
2, 35 State Band, 2, 35 F.T.A., 3, 45
Dance Line, 45 Ping-Pong Club, 1.
SARAH ANN McCULLOUGH
Speed demon in talking.
Plays, 25 Play Committees, 35 Choir,
25 Maroon and White, 2, 3, 4 fart
editorj5 Quill and Scroll, 3, 45 Cannon-
Aid, 45 Cheerleader, 3, 45 Dance
Line, 45 Civil War Round Table, 45
Journalism Club, 2, 35 F.T.A., 2, 3, 4.
America? midnight Maverick.
Class President, 15 Football, 15 Choir,
15 Campus Improvement Club, 15
Archery Club, 25 Civil War Round
GREGORY STRINE MAITLAND
Freckles and red hair aid in his
Class Representative, l, 25 Student
Council, 15 Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 45
Baseball, 1, 2, 3, 4.
Pretty to walk with and witty to talk
G.A.A,, 15 Play Committees, 2, 35
Cannon-Aid, 45 Civil War Round
Table, 45 Dance Line, 45 Red Cross
Council, 15 Russian Languave Club,
35 F.T.A., 3, 45 Spanish Club, 35
Dramatics Club, 2.
RAYMOND ERVIN MENGES, Jr.
Lives under the hand of the law.
Maroon and White, 2, 3, 4 fcircula-
tion managerh Chess Club, Z5 Russian
Language, 3, 4.
RONALD EDWARD4 MICKLEY
Tackles football to get his kicks.
Football, 2, 3, 45 Track, 1, 35 Hi-Y,
EUGENE BERNARD MILLER
Football, l, 2, 3, 45 Basketball, 1, 25
Hi-Y, 35 Civil War Round Table, 4.
LEONARD EUGENE MILLER
Basketball, 2, Track, 1, 2, 3, 4, Choir,
1, 2, 3, 4, Cannon-Aid, 45 Hi-Y, 3.
BRENDA SUE MINTER
Leading lady linguist,
Student Council, 1 ftreasurerl, 25
Play Committees, 3, 4, Mask and Wig,
2, 3 ftreasurerj, 4 lpresidentlg Nation-
al Thespians, 3, 4, Choir, 1, 2, 3, 4
laccompanistjg Cannon-Aid, 4 fart
editorlg Dramatics Club, 2 lpresidentl,
33 Civil War Round Table, 4, Music
Theory Club, 25 County Chorus, 3
laccompanistlg F.T.A., 2, 3 lvice
presidentj, 45 National Honor Society,
DIANE CAROLE MOSER
Tooted her way to the top of the band.
Choir, 13 Band, 1, 2, 3, 4 lpresidentlg
Cannon-Aid, 4, F.B.l...A., 3g Civil
War Round Table, 4.
PATRICIA LORAINE NARY
Cute trick on the basketball court.
G.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. Cabinet,
Z3 Choir, lg Tropical Fish Club, l, 2.
EDWARD LOUIS NETT
Tall brunette with a wicked plow.
Track, 13 Band, 1, 2, F.F.A., 1, 2, 3
lsentinell , 4.
RICHARD WINTON NOBLE
Color Guard, 2, 35 Safety Patrol, 1,
2, 35 Tropical Fish Club, 1, 2.
RICHARD LEE NOEL
jackpot bowler from' a towering
Student Council, 1, 4, Football, 2,
Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4, Track, 1, 2,
Baseball, 4, Band, 1, 29 Cannon-Aid,
4 lsports eclitorlg Cross-Country, 13
Latin Club, 2 lvice presidentlg Rus-
sian Language Club, 3, National Hon-
or Society, 4.
CASSIE ANN NUTTER
Pratter clratttr in little notes.
G.A.A., l, 2, 4, Choir, 1, Band, 3,
Bulletin Board Club, lg Pen Pal, lg
Russian Language Club, 1.
BARTON WILLIAM OLINGER
Class Treasurer, 35 Play Committees,
3, Choir, 1, 2, Band, 1, 25 Cannon-
Aid, 4g Science Club, lg Tropical
Fish Club, 1, 2, Russian Language
Club, 3, 43 National Honor Society, 4.
SUSAN ELIZABETH OR NER
Cashtowrz cutie catches compliments
Choir, 1, 2, 3, 4, Majorettes, 1, 2, 3
lsecretaryl, 45 Dramatics Club, 33
Civil War Round Table, 4.
ANNA MARGARET BETSY OYLER
Perpelitally pcramlmlating in gym class.
G.A.A.. 1, 2, 4, Pen-Pal Club, 1, 2,
Bulletin Board Club, 25 Dancing Club,
lg Russian Language Club, 4.
Have camera will travel.
Huygens Lyceum, Voorburg, 1, 2, 3,
JAMES EDWARD PADDOCK
Farm boy with a :ure-fire future.
Football, lg Traclc, lg Choir, lg Tropical
Fish Club, lg F.F.A., l lassistant vice
presidentj, 2, 3, 4, Shop Service Club, 2.
DORIS MARIE PETERS
Vocational Home Economics
Cook: like a pro and knows how tu sew.
G.A.A., lg F.H.A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Red
Cross Council, 3 lassistant treasurerl, 4:
Dancing Club, lg Bulletin Board Club, Z.
PAUL ROSS RAMER
A picture ana' a thousand words.
Student Council, 1, Football, lg Plays, Z,
3, Play Committees, 3, Mask and Wig, 2,
3, 45 National Thespians, 3, 4, Choir, 1,
2, 3, 4g Maroon and White, 2, 3 lphoto-
graphex-J, lassistant business managerlg
4 lphotographerj, lbusiness managerh
Quill and Scroll, 4, Cannon-Aid, 4
lhead photographerlg Ping-Pong Club, lg
Civil War Round Table, 4g Audio Visual
Club, 1, 2, Journalism Club, 2, 3.
ANN ELIZABETH REAVER
A secretive lass with a lot of class.
G.A.A., 3, 4, Plays, 39 Mask and Wig,
3, 43 Choir, 1, 2, 3, 4, Band, 1, Cannon-
Aid, 4, F.T.A., 3, 43 French Club, 33
Dance Line, 4.
R. WILLIAM REAVER
Small stick of T.N.T.
Football, 1, 23 Tropical Fish Club, lg
F.F.A., l, Zg Shop Service Club, 2,
Senior Hi-Y, 33 Civil War Round Table,
XVILBUR JOSEPH REDDING
Cheerful boy with a bright smile for
Collectors Club, 2, 3, Civil Wat Round
PATRICIA VIRGINIA REED
Charm and calisthenict.
G.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 43 G.A.A. Cabinet, 4
lpresidentlg Play Committees, 35 Orches-
tra, 1, 2, 45 Journalism Club, 3, Archery
Club, 1, 2.
GUDRUN JANE RICE
High fashion in bold type.
Student Council, 1, 2, 3, 4 lsecretarylg
G.A.A., 1, Z3 Plays, 3, 4, Play Com-
mittees, 2, 3, 4, Mask and Wig, 3. 4g
National Thespians, 3, 43 Choir, 1, 2, 3,
4, Maroon and White, 2, 3, 4 leditorlg
Quill and Scroll, 3, 45 Cheerleader, 1
lco-raptainjg Cheerleading Club, lg Jour-
nalism Club, 2, 3, Dance Line, 3, A.F.S.
Committee, 43 National Honor Society, 4.
JANET CHANNING RICHARDSON
Number one blushing champion.
Student Council, 1 lsecretarylg G.A.A.,
1, 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. Cabinet, 4g Play Com-
mittees, 3g Choir, l, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra,
l, Z, 3, 43 Cannon-Aid, 4, Cheerleaders,
I, Zg Music Theory Club, 23 Civil War
Round Table, 4.
THELMA ELIZABETH RIDINGER
Commercial-Vocational Home Economics
Fire engine redhead.
Dancing Club, lg Bulletin Board Club,
25 F.B.L.A., 23 F.H.A., 3, 4 lfirst vice
presidentlg Pen Pal Club, l.
HOWARD AUGUSTUS RILEY
Boy with radiating friendliness.
Athletic Trainers Club, lg Commercial
Film Club, 2, Civil War Round Table, 4.
STANLEY EUGENE RINEHART
Daniel Boone with a jigsaw.
Shop Service Club, Z.
NANCY JANE ROHRBAUGH
A smile that warms all.
Cannon-Aid, 4, Pen Pal Club, 1 lpresi-
dentlg Junior High Historians, 1g Red
Cross Council, 23 Journalism Club, 33
CYNTHIA JANE ROSENBERGER
Makes friend: by being one.
Student Council, 1 lvice presidenrj, 2, 4,
Plays, 2, 3, Mask and Wig, 4, National
Thespians, 4 lsecretarylg Choir, 1, 2, 3,
4 laccompanistlg Band, I, Orchestra, 2,
3, District Orchestra, 3, Maroon and
White, 3, 4 lnews editorjg Quill and
Scroll, 4, Cannnon-Aid, 4, F.T.A., 2, 3
lsecretaryj, 4 fpresidentlg journalism
Club, 33 Music Theory Club, 29 Dance
Line, 3, National Honor Society, 4.
PATRICIA JO-ANN ROWE
A career in physical education is down pat.
Student Council, 33 G.A.A., 1, 2, Plays,
3, Mask and Wig, 3,4 lsecretaryjg
Choir, lg Majorettes, I, 2, 3, Maroon and
White, 2, 3, 4g Cannon-Aid, 4, Dance
Line, 3, Civil War Round Table, 43
Journalism Club, 2.
Farm work during the day, evening 'work
F.F.A., 1, 2, 3, 4.
RICHARD LEE SHULTZ
Plearantnes: preside: when he's present.
F.F.A., 1, 2, 3, 4 lsentinelj.
RAY EDWARD SIBERT
Buffalo Bill on a tractor.
Commercial Film Club, 15 F.F.A., 2, 3, 4.
BARRY E. SIXEAS
The tall, silent type.
Basketball, 1, 2, 3, Baseball, 2, Track,
lg Choir, 1, Band, 1, 2, 3, 4.
MARY KATHRYN SLEICHTER
Student Council, 1, 23 G.A.A., 1, 2,
3, 43 G.A.A. Cabinet, 45 Play Com-
mittees, 3, 45 Mask and Wig, 4
ltreasurerlg Choir, 1, Z, 3, 4g Maroon
and White, Z, 3, 4 ico-sports editorjg
Quill and Scroll, 3, 4, Cannon-Aid,
4, Cheerleaders, 2, 3, 45 Journalism
Club, 2, 39 Dance Line, 3, Civil War
Round Table, 4, National Honor So-
,IORENE ELIZABETH SLENTZ
Cute gal who loves to smile.
Choir, 1, Red Cross Council, 1 lsee-
reraryjg Bulletin Board Club, 2, 3.
DALE R. SMITH
Balances supply and demand in the
Football, 1, Z, 3, Track, lg Archery
Club, 2, Shop Service Club, 4.
Confederate in enemy territory.
Stonewall Jackson High School, 1, Z,
3, F.B.L.A., 4.
A loquacious salesman.
F.T.A., 1, 23 Pen Pal Club, 15 Junior
High Historians, lg Red Cross Coun-
With a kind heart he makes fountains
Class Secretary, 1, Basketball, 1,
Track, lg Commercial Film Club, lg
Brush and Palette Club, 1.
MARGARET ELLEN STERN ER
Commercial whiz soon will balance
G.A.A., 1, 23 Choir, I, 2, 3, 4, Can-
non-Aid, 4, F.B.L.A., 2, 43 Typing,
33 Journalism Club, 23 Ping-Pong
JEAN MARIE TARANTINO
Carefree pixie with enchanting charm.
Student Council, lg G.A.A., I, Z, 3,
4, G.A.A. Cabinet, 4 lvice presidentjg
Play Committees, 33 Choir, 1, 45 Ma-
roon and White, 3, 43 Cannon-Aid, 4g
Ping-Pong Club, lg Dance Line, 4,
Joumalism Club, 2, 3, 4, Dramatic
Arts Club, 25 Civil War Round Table,
49 F.T.A., 2, 3, 4, National Honor
SHIRLEY MAE TODDES
Michelangelo and giggles.
Student Council, 1: Pen Pal Club, 1
lvice presidentlg Brush and Palette
Club, 2 lvice presidentlg Journalism
Club, 3, Civil War Round Table, 4.
ELAINE MARIE TOPPER
Loves laboring in the library.
Play Committees, 33 Bulletin Board
Club, 2, 33 Civil War Round Table, 4.
YVONNE KATHLEEN TROSTLE
Talented artist draws many
G.A.A., 13 Play Committees, 33 Ma-
jorettes, 1, 2, 33 Cannon-Aid, 4g
Dance Line, 33 F.T.A., 1, 2, 3, 4 fli-
brarian and historianjg Civil War
Round Table, 43 Majorette Club, 13
Ping-Pong Club, l.
JAMES DARYL TUCKEY
Runner on the track and slide rule.
Track, 43 Cannon-Aid, 43 Laboratory
Science Club, 43 Ping-Pong Club, 1.
Six feet two and neat too.
Football, l, Z, 3, 43 Basketball, 1, 2,
3, 43 Track, 1, 2, 3, 43 Commercial
Film Club, Z3 Civil War Round Table,
43 Varsity Club, 3, 4g F.T.A., 4.
LOIS JEAN WILES
Feature page girl.
Choir, lg Maroon and White, 3, 4
lco-feature editorlg Quill and Scroll,
43 French Club, 3, 43 Journalism
An artist with a colorful future.
Choir, lg Spanish Club, 2, 3, 43 Social
Dancing Club, lg Library Assistant, 2.
GENE RICHARD WILLIAMS
Arden! agriculturist who
Audio-Visual Club, I3 Campus Im-
provement Club, 13 F.F.A., 1, 2 lsec-
retaryl, 3 lvice presidentl, 4 lpresi-
WILLIAM EMANUEL WIRT
A hunter deluxe.
Student Council, 1, 23 Track, 43 Ping-
Pong Club, 1.
RAYMOND WILLIAM WISLER
Clean cut cut-up.
Chess Club, Z3 Archery Club, 23 Span-
ish Club, 2g Laboratory Science Club,
DIANE LEE WOLF
The best things rome in small
Student Council, 1, 23 G.A.A., 1, 2,
33 Plays, 33 Mask and Wig, 3, 43
Choir, I, 2, 3, 4g Maroon and White,
3, 4 ftypistjg Quill and Scroll, 3, 4
lsecretary-treasurerjg Cannon-Aid, 43
Cheerleaders, 1, 2, 3, 4 fC3Pl3iH,Q
Journalism Club, 2, 33 Cheerleading
Club, 13 Dance Line, 3, 4g National
Honor Society, 4.
CAROL ANN WOODWARD
The Amy Vanderbilt of G.H.S.
G.A.A., lg Play Committees, 3, Spanish
Club, 23 Red Cross Council, 3 ftreasurerlg
Civil War Round Table, 45 F.T.A., 1, 2,
PATRICIA ANN ZIEGLER
Needles, pin: and a can opener.
G.A.A., lg Play Committees, 33 Red
Cross Council, 1 fpresidentj, Z ftreas-
urerlg F.B.L.A., 3g Spanish Club, 33 Civil
War Round Table, 43 Library Club, Z.
SENIOR CLASS ADVISERS
Mrs. Zoe Ridinger and Mr. jack Corbin.
SENIOR CLAiSS OFFICERS
Jennifer Hess fsecretaryj, Willis Conover fvice
presiclentj, Jack Bucher ltreasurerl, Robert Dean
Mary Beth Hughes and Ronald Frew.
Iiflary Betla ana' Ron and the attendants were selected by their
flassmates to reign over the junior-Senior Prom in May.
Top: Cynthia Rosenberger and David Johnson.
Bottom: Kit Sleichter and Greg Maitland.
MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED
CHUCK KORTE AND CYNTHIA ROSENBERGER
JENNIFER HEss AND MOST TALKATIVE
DICK LAWVER PAULA KARGAS AND Ross RAMER
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ROGER ECKER AND CAROLYN HULL
MOST COMICAL MOST QUIET
CHIP CRAVER AND SALLY MCCULLOUGH BETTY HEFLIN AND JEFF JOHNSON
MOST VERSATILE ALLAN HOKE AND PAULA LUPP
GUDRUN RICE AND RON FREW
MOST FRIENDLY MOST ATHLETIC
SANFORD Hy-SON AND DON WADDELL AND PAT REED
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Third Row: S. Ecker, Crone, Copeland, S. Dracha, S. Fisher, tl. Funt, M. Flickinger, Coddington.
Fourth Row: P. Gulclen, Goshorn, D. Deitclu, D. Baltzley, D. Aclams, Baker, Davies, T. Duane, L. Green,
Fifth Row: W. Colvarcl, Green, R. Dettinburn, D. Coshun, R. Fair, B. Collins, R. Ackley, R. Doaks, K. Crouse
Not in Picture: R. Baker, R. Beeler, M. Castells, Claybauglm, G. Cleveland, G. Crabbs, R. Crist, Deckert,
D. Doss, C. Dutrow, L. Eckert, Goshorn, Green.
First Row, Left to Right: Kurtz, Kunkel, L. McCleaf, B. Hughes, L. McCoy, I-Iowery, B. A. Miller.
Second Row: V. Hollabaugh, L. Hartlaub, C. Hartman, S. Parker, M. Paauw-3, R. A. Miller, B. Hess.
Third Row: R. Pheil, G. Kidwell, D. Kiessling, N. Nelson, Hofe, C. Kime, L. Imler, B. K. Miller, B. Hess.
Fourth Row: I. Keller, G. Mickley, D. Hikes, C. Fritz, Neth, E. Heiser, G. Hess, L. Mickley, McClay.
Fifth Row: R. Jacoby, A. Kynor, R. Kitzmiller, B. Keckler, E. Longanecker, D. Lott.
Not in Picture: Lott, McCleaf, Holoka, D. McKenzie, McKenrick, T. Kuykenclall, H. Miller, G. Nett
I. Plank, R. I-Ieldt, E. Hofe.
Fir5tR0n1, Left to Right: Mr. Schriver laclviserj, C. Trivitt, L. Smith, P. Sh:-mer, P. Steiniger, Weishaar
Second Row: D. Yingling, M. Staley, E. Valentine, B. Yingling, D. Smith, L. Riley, S. Woerner, D. Tharp
Third Row: S. Waddell, E. Zeigler, Black, M. Thomas, C. Weaver, E. Prosser, C. Roth, Singley, Shaull,
R. Redding, E. Presley.
Fourth Row: A. Relaert, F. Tilberg, Scott, D. Sharrah, H. Ray, P. Redman, R. Weilcert, C. Williams, G. Weikert
Seated: J. Locr fvice-presidenrj, E.
Zeigler fpresidentj, M. Chambers
fsecretaryj, E. Heiser ftreasurerj.
Standing: Miss Nancy Kirk, Mr.
Elmer Schriver fadvisersj.
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First Row, Left to Right: Miss Quigley, ladviserj, C. Dillman, C. Dettinburn, M. Ditzler, V. Bowling, Dubs,
C. Fetter, B. Glenn.
Second Row: C. Baker, B. Davis, E. Deatriclc, S. Fox, J
Third Row: C. Fritz, C. Ashbaugh, P. Geyer, W. Geiman
Fourth Row: R. Eilcer, H. Dick, G. Dick, C. Forsythe, D
Coshun, D. Freecl, L. Boyclen, R. Bieseclcer, Culp.
Fifth Row: D. Applet, C. Bigham, Fox, W. Clapsacldle,
Sixth Row: G. Crone, R. Baker, D. Callahan, L. Bowers,
Not in Picture: Brooks, K. Crouse, R. Doaks, S. Drach
. Brown, S. Gaston, S. Coldsmith, I. Glenny, B. Cunning-
, L. Gilbert, T. Collins, B. Allison, A. Bream, M. Bucher,
.Breigl1ner, D. Dillman, Bridenclolph, B. Beard, R.
R. Carey, C. Buslzey, R. Bigham, R Carbauglm, Cline.
R. Bowers, K. Baumgardner, Daersom, L. Clapsacldle,
a, C. Evans, L. Follcemer, A. Forsythe, Gulclen.
Seated: M. Ditzler fsecretaryj, S.
Coldsmith frreasurerj, R. Schubart
fvice-presiclentj , S. Nett fpresiclentl.
Standing: Miss Mary Quigley, Mr.
Allen Gray faclvisersj.
First Row, Left to Right- K. Heffran, T. Goshorn, E. jordan, Lupp, Hoover, R. Leatherman, B. Mickey, E
Second Row: R. Holland, C. Kint, L. LeGore, M. Maring, Kime, Pottoroff, F. Poole, C. McCabe, K. Neely
Third Row: W. McFeaters, E. Leatherman, N. Kroft, L. Raifensperger, M. Peterson, D. Raifensperger, E. Heim-
erer, E. Hull, F. Hess, S. Nett, C. Hostetter, G. Redding.
Fourth Row: L. Keefer, Jeffcoat, L. Helwig, A. Knouse, E. Kump, R. Kuykendall, D. Little, G. Plank, A. Newell
Fifth Row: R. McCleaf, Paddock, D. Miller, D. Jones, Longanecker, D. LeVan, T. Oyler, A. Neal, W. Lutz
Sixth Row: W. Kennell, W. Pinko, D. Miller, B. Larmer, G. McDannell, T. Miller, P. Plank, P. Olson. H. Mc-
Dannell, R. Redding.
Not in Picture: G. Ketterman, G. Maltese, Matha.
First Row, Left to Right: Mr. Gray fadviserj, L. Sterner, S. Shultz, Waddell, B. Speelman, C. Splain, E
Showers, M. Sanders.
Second Ron-': A. Rayford, S. Wetzel, S. Wise, Schwartz, P. Shultz, V. Rider, D. Valentine, S. Reed, L. Weikert
Third Row: R. Smith, B. Smith, M. Sargeant, A. Ruckleshaus, L. Treadway, P. Tawney, M. Shultz, D. Wollf, E
Shelleman, P. Wagerman, D. Shade.
Fourth Row: L. Smith, VV. Skidmore, M. Reimer, R. Rosenberger, S. Stahle, C. Schultz, R. Schuhart, R. Shade, K
Fifth Row: E. Ziegler, T. Whittinghill, M. Shealer, R. Simpson, R. Spangler, S. Witherow, L. Schartiger, G. Trostle
J. Waite, W. Stouck.
Sixth Row: R. Schwartz, W. Shindledecker, S. Shuyler, D. Woodward, M. Wagner, K. Skidmore, F. Wilde, C
Spriggs, Townsend, H. Trivitt, P. Riggs.
Not in Picture: L. Trostle, D. Sadler.
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First Row, Left to Right: Mrs. Kempton faclviserj, B. Cool, Dillinger, M. Crabbs, Freed, D. Doyle, D. Dear-
clorff, E. Bigham, R. Barb.
Sefond Row: S. Bowers, G. Flory, D. Dove, Crone, L. Cronluncl, N. Bow, T. Bulleit, L. Bream, K. Elledgz, -I
Third Row: R. Miller, R. Doersom, B. Evans, M. Boyer, Cole, C. Cullison, B. Ditchburn, M. Dorf, Eiker.
Fourth Row: B. Cocldington, D. Bucher, S. Clapsaddle, Bigham, A. Bushman, T. Benner, R. Carey, C. Fisher,
Fifth Row: D. Dick, M. Divivo, R. Carbaugh, S. Bloom, R. Flohr, P. Adams, D. Baker, R. Baumgardner, E
Sixth Row: R. Britcher, R. Fairman, B. Dietz, R. Dietch, D. Bream, A. Dykeman, M. Cartzenclafner.
First Row, Left to Right: E. Jackson, L. Keclcler, P. Leatherman, D. Hoclcey, S. Hoalc, V. Hoffman, Forsythe, L
Helwig, P. Gipe.
Second Row: L. Johnson, N. Kuhn, B. Hay, S. Hartman, Hess, N. Helfriclc, S. Hull, B. johnson, P. Heflin, D
Third Row: W. jones, T. Henninger, K. Kime, S. Gastley, M. Hartman, Guise, Kammerer, D. Kennel, C
Fourth Row: R. jones, G. Kujoviclm, R. Harmon, G. Hartman, T. Januszewslci, R. Golden, A. Karrash, L. johnson
D. Neagy, B. Hartman.
Fifth Row: M. Green, Hoffman, Z. Goshorn, W. Goulden, D. Koontz, K. Gotwald, Kunkle, R. Hollabaugllr,
Sixth Row: E. Hoalc, R. Gilbert, H. Guise, R. Hartzell, K. Ketterman, D. King, G. Kump, F. Keys, L. Flohr, I
Hoffman, P. Kump.
First Row, Left to Right: E. Presley, S. McCrorie, B. Reed, K. McCullough, K. Newman, L. Rinehart, S. Moritz, V.
Second Row: M. Kerlin, Null, L. Miller, Potter, Sharrah, C. Plank, B. Shepherd, K. McDannell.
Third Row: S. Nimtz, M. Nutter, S. Monn, W. Scott, M. Mansberger, L. McFeaters, R. Selby, Newman, F.
Fourth Row: K. Shindledecker, Mcllhenny, Maddon, R. Sower, E. Riflle, D. Lord, C. McCans, D. Mumper,
J. Newell, Orndorff.
Fifth Row: R. Mickley, D. Ridinger, R. Reaves, S. Rohrbaugh, R. Miller, B. Sease, Riley, D. Schwenk,
Saum, Rose, R. Sites.
Sixth Row: Sharrah, R. Newman, B. Mosser, E. Schultz, K. Sensening, E. McDannell, Redding, L. LeGore,
J. Nett, C. McCleaf.
Not in Picture: L. McDannell.
PRESIDENT ............ ..... , - GILBERT Kujovrcl-x SECRETARY ......... ............... L INDA BREAM
Vice PREsmENT .,.,.. .............. R ov FAIRMAN TREASURER ........ ..... M ERIAL HARTMAN
First Row, Left to Right: Mr. Bickel fadviserl, Tuckey, S. Tauscher, B. Tackett, M. Spidle, R. Swisher, S.
Weider, Taughinbaugh, M. B. Wolff.
Second Row: Topper, N. Voss, Shultz, L. Speelman, S. Shriver, S. Sprankle, Trent, E. Tressler, E. Wilt,
C. Valentine, P. Wenschof.
Third Row: N. Stevens, A. Snyder, K. Waddel, Tully, B. Watson, P. Wilson, S. Williamson, E. Wheeler, S.
Fourth Row: Tawney, Teeter, C. Sleichrer, C. Tipton, R. Tharp, G. Guise, D. Weikert, R. Young.
Fifth Row: Shultz, C. Wickline, G. Wagamen, D. Woodward, N. Wansel, E. Tilberg, M. Treas, Woods, D.
Wilkinson, C. Wagaman.
Sixth Row: R. Wills, R. Wagner, K. Wetzel, R. Topper, Waite, H. Weikert, R. Stokes.
Not in Picture: D. Shriver, D. Shull, R. Sietz, R. Sowers, G. Straushaugh, V. Williams, K. Wirth.
First Row, Left to Right: Miss Boyer Qadviserj, A. Eigner, K. Caulfield, M. Ecker, A. Bucher, S. Crist, M. Ayre,
G. Binkele, Cool, D. Cline.
Second Row: D. Carbaugh, Brantner, Crilley, A. Bucher, B. Bixler, S. Bender, E. Brown, W. Deardorff, I..
Third Row: M. Biesecker, S. Englebert, K. Dick, V. Baker, A. Barriga, C. Deardorff, P. Burcluam, A. Biesecker,
S. Bowmaster, M. Cottrell, M. Adelsberger.
Fourth Row: G. Davis, C. Dettinburn, E. Henry, R. Bollinger, C. Daldwell, Carey, L. Deitch, Bowers, E.
Bucher, D. Gilden, R. Hankey, L. Bucher, R. Carbaugh.
Fifth Row: D. Coddington, R. Fiscel, T. Brown, G. Herring, D. Doaks, Bowers, Baker, Bigham, S.
Greene, K. Boyer, L. Cromer, L. Cluck, R. Fitz, A. Bunlaart, R. Bowersox, G. Alston.
Sixth Row: B. Baker, S. Bream, T. Bushey, R. Cockle, T. Gilbert, L. Baumgardner, S. Cook, W. Cullison, M.
Coleman, B. Eden, R. Decker, D. Dague, D. Brodbeck, L. Dillman, G. Bivens, M. Doyle, F. Ditzler.
Not in Picture: A. Bobo, W. Beaston, Cascia, E. Chaplin.
PRESIDENT ............. ........ R ADCLIFFE SCHULTZ SECRETARY ....... ....... N ANCY Munoocx
VICE PRESIDENT ,,.. .,...... ........., .................. L I N DA SIMPSON TREASURER ..,.,,,.,,....,........,......................,. PAUL MILLER
First Row, Left to Right: Lawver, E. Jeffco:-xt, D. Jacobs, W. Kuykendall, L. Hofe, L. Keller, H. Hull, S. Jackson,
N. Johnson, S. Kuhn.
Second Row: L. Gillancl, P. Jolms, Jackson, L. Legore, P. Hess, B. Hostetter, E. Johnson, E. Evans, D. Fidler,
Third Row: V. Greenwald, D. Jacoby, P. Hill, R. Ginevan, E. Elliot, B. Keckler, R. Hyson, C. Hook.
Fourth Row: Hoch, L. Kepner, W. Lane, K. Kitzmiller, L. I-Ieflin, M. Harmon, M. Hofe, R. Kelly, D. Little, G.
Fifth Row: D. Guise, W. Jones, K. Hartman, M. Krick, R. Finkboner, R. Fox, R. Fox, K. Fissel, D. Liss.
Sixth Row: Kennel, L. Kuhn, S. Lear, G. Klocker, R. Kessel, L. Knox, R. Kint, L. Lawver, W. Linebaugh, R.
Not in Picture: B. Hinkle, C. Folkener, C. Eyler, B. Jacoby, D. Koontz, V. Fink.
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First Row, Left to Right: L. Shainline, B. Phiel, M. Nett, L. Sease, B. Scott, S. Reecly, P. Seymore, P. McCleaf, N
Murdock, S. Musser.
Second Row: S. Reimer, B. Moorhead, S. Lott, N. Rummel, Plank, G. Meyers, E. Sachs, S. Newell, C. Mussel-
man, P. Olinger, L. Riley.
Third Row: McNaire, K. Orwig, L. Painter, S. Nett, L. Mallow, Mickey, Rohrbaugh, R. Prout, S. Moor, M
Shaner, F. Miller, P. Petoney, A. Mulberry.
Fourth Row: Presley, Nary, R. Schwartz, D. Rice, G. Mickley, R. Miller, P. Nelson, D. Lutz, R. Plank, E
Plank, L. K. Riley, M. Miller, C. Singley.
Fifth Row: F. Henturf, Rowe, G. Reaves, Logan, R. Miller, M. Pinko, F. Meyers, S. Redding, T. Pritt, J
Matthews, E. Pottorlf, G. McCann.
Sixth Row: Ramos, P. Menges, D. Reaver, Person, D. Sanders, W. Mellors, G. Miller, Redding, C. Schaut
E. Price, T. Rohrhaugh, G. Rease, B. Singley, R. Stahle.
Not in Picture: R. Schultz, V. McCleaf, G. McDannell, L. Malinosky, Plank.
First Row, Left to Right: Mr. Glenn fadviserl, L. Swiger, D. Swope, S. Swope, D. Weaver, A. Stahle, Weaver
L. Starner, P. Wills.
Second Row: S. Topper, C. Shellman, B. Seitz, Shaffer, C. Wetzel, Zinn, P. Smith, P. Shealer, B. Zeigler, L
Third Row: N. Weikert, N. Swope, P. Washington, M. Sraub, D. Washington, Speelman, L. Zhea, R. Sell, D
Yingling, J. Wormley.
Fourth Row: V. Slonaker, M. Wilt, D. Shultz, F. Sterner, D. Snyder, L. Tocldes, K. Stanslnury, P. Shue, L. Smith
Fifth Row: R. Weikert, Smith, S. Shoemaker, C. Wolfe, C. Simmons, F. Ward, R. Speir, Wayhi-ight, R. Smith
Sixth Row: W. Wirth, E. Wenschof, Wolf, E. Thomas, Ziegler, R. Selby, C. Smith, S. Thompson, E. Walters
W. Starner, C. Smith.
Not in Picture: D Weaver, Speelman.
First Row, Left to Right: Mrs. Murdock faclviserj, A. Baker, C. Bishop, C. Codori, A. Bashore, R. Bollinger, IVI
Bucher, K. Black, Baker.
Second Row: G. Boring, P. Bere, L. Bowers, K. Currens, L. Gantz, D. Folkenroth, V. Dearclorff, F. Dykman, E. Eller
Third Row: Culp, Baker, B. Clapper, L. Dunkelberger, R. Daugherty, M. Fidler, D. Dellinger, Cron-e, S. Fiscel
Fourth Row: C. Deardorif, M. Bolen, B. Arnsberger, B. Adams, L. Cluck, P. Aclcley, B. Baker, L. Dillon, M. Kike
Sixth Row: W. Deal, Bollinger, Dengler, R. Deitch, R. Carver, Davies, L. Cronlund, L. Fisher, M. Cham
plain, M. Eyler.
Seventh Row: Fleming, R. Dubbs, E. Baker, Althoff, M. Decker, L. Black, L. Bushey, W. Bucher, R. Eilcer
SEVENTH GR DE
First Row, Left to Right: D. Hubbard, B. Hixon, M. I-lawn, L. Harbach, H. Hull, C. Heyser, L. Henry, H. Imler
Second Row: D. McCans, M. Lawrence, M. Mayer, B. MacPhail, S. Hann, C. Hanlcey, M. Gastley, V. Hikes, G
Green, G. Henninger, D. Gorman.
Third Row: G. Kynor, S. Metz, D. Hoffman, Hoke, B. Liss, Miller, Keller, S. Jackson, W. Hornor, L. Her
ring, T. Helwig.
Fourth Row: L. McCleaf, D. Jacoby, Malcolm, B. McFeaters, McCoy, C. McCleaf, D. Kargas, P. Kunkel, L
Hartlaub, S. Hess, Helfrick, G. Helfriclc.
Fifth Row: S. McCarney, M. Keefer, D. McDannell, McDannell, M. McCadden, L. Kane, P. Jeifcoar, A. Miller
W. Hill, R. Harman, D. Herring, M. Herring.
Sixth Row: R. Little, M. Leatherman, S. Markley, D. Kroft, P. Kinclig, L. LeGore, L. McCleaf, L. Kinley, K. Howe
P. Green, Gipe.
First Row, Left to Right: Miller, S. Musser, B. Nunemaker, M. Reynolds, L. Parish, Myers, T. Newman, D.
Second Row: N. Rosenberger, R. Rosenberry, W. Pritt, M. Miller, Oller, Pritt, R. Moser, S. Nunemaker, W.
Nace, W. Nimtz, F. Shafer.
Third Row: L. Cluck, A. Plank, C. Myers, R. Peake, R. Paris, N. Myers, Reed, L. Mummert, S. Miller, M. Myers,
Fourth Row: M. Sargeant, A. Shultz, L. Sanders, Schultz, E. Sanders, L. Shealer, E. Rohrbaugh, D. Recard, R.
Plank, W. Shields.
Fifth Row: K. Schubert, K. Sanders, V. Shelleman, M. Shultz, Schwartz, Pitzer, R. Ralfensperger, l-I. Nixon,
C. Richardson, C. Raffensperger, Pickering, F. Schwartz, S. Shields, Shank.
Sixth Row: Shanoltz, C. Schwartz, B. Sanders, D. Schultz, Sheeley, T. Rose, L. Shindledecker, D. Sheely, D.
Rohrbaugh, Richardson, R. Scott.
PRESIDENT ............. ........ L ARRY SHINDLEDECKER SECRETARY ...... ...... R Icl-:ARD HARMON
VICE PRESIDENT ...... ................... C AROL CODORX TREASURER ...... ..... ..... J U nv THOMPSON
First Row, Left to Right: Mr. Lilley fadviserj, D. Starner, C. Smith, S. Sowers, F. Stonesifer, L. Streett, M. Smith,
A. Teeter, D. Slaybaugh.
Second Row: B. Tully, C. Wilson, O. Starner, R. Shultz, Stultz, Singley, M. Snowberger, A. Slegal, S. Straus-
baugh, C. Stoner, Sprigg, D. Snyder.
Third Row: Voss, L. Trent, P. Taughinbaugh, L. Thompson, Thompson, R. Thompson, D. Staub, L. Thomas,
P. Tipton, M. Simpson, T. Spahr.
Fourth Row: B. Utz, A. Trostle, L. Young, B. Vannoy, M. Toddes, B. Wright, D. Wagaman, E. Wetzel, D. Weaver,
C. Whittle, C. Stoner.
F ifrh Row: Wagaman, D. Thomas, K. Wickline, D. Witherow, D. Weikert, A. Zettle, Weber, L. Topper, M.
Williams, L. Verdier, G. Wisorzkey, R. Zepp.
Sixth Row: M. Walhay, Wansel, E. Wetzel, R. Woodward, K. Wilde, A. Williams, V. Weaver, C. Thompson,
R.Wishard, R. Teeter, P. Shultz.
CANN N- ID
First Row, Left to Right: Miss McAnally fadviserj, R. Ramer, W. Griest, B. Keefer, M. Hughes, D. Johnson
B. Minter, R. Noel, F. Craver, Mr. Woods fadviserj.
Second Row: Fair, M. Sterner, Hess, D. Wolf, P. Lupp, S. McCullough, Tarantino, R. Ecker, S. Hyson
Third Row: W. Conover, R. Dean, K. Sleichter, P. Rowe, C. Bollinger, L. Miller, A. Hoke, B. Olinger, C
Becker, C. Ditzler.
Fourth Row: L. Gerrald, W. Kint, Richardson, I. Bowers, M. Dillon, B. Harbaugh, B. Herrick, L. LeGore, E
Harman, N. Rohrbaugh, Y. Trostle.
Fifth Row: C. Rosenberger, C. Hull, M. Bowmaster, G. Becker, S. Hartman, C. Guise, L. Kujovich, M. Coover
L. I-lull, A. Reaver.
Not in Picture: P. Kargas, N. Mallow, R. Menges, P. Reed, D. Tuckey, E. Paauwe, N. Cullison, D. Moser.
Mary Beth Hughes
Seated: Bonnie Keefer ffeature editorj, David Johnson feclitorj, Brenda Minter fart eclitorl, Mary
Beth Hughes fhead typistj.
Standing: Walter Griesr fbusiness managerj, Ross Ramer fphotographerl, Richard Noel fsports editorl,
Forrest Craver fadvertising manager,
Advisers: Mr. David Woods, Miss Jean
Editing the Cannon-Aid is like putting together a huge
scrapbook for the entire school, especially the seniors. In-
formation and pictures are collected and sorted and shuf-
Hed until every derail is perfect. Then the pages are
arranged and rearranged until the Cannon-Aid staff finally
agrees on the layout.
Advertising, yearbook sales, and typing of the manu-
script are additional facets of producing the Cannon-Aid.
We seniors have spent many hetic, but happy, hours
producing our memories of Gettysburg High. All the crises,
deadlines, and problems have been met and solved. The
publication of this yearbook is an unforgetable experience
to which the succeeding classes have to look forward.
SENICR HIGH STUDENT COUNCIL
First Row, Left to Right: Miss Thomas faclviserj , G. Rice, R. Frew, B. Collins, S. I-Iyson, Mr. Woods faclviserj .
Second Row: W. Griest, R. Dean, C. Rosenberger, I. Bowers, R. Noel, K. Hull.
Third Row: R. Crist, C. Bushey, L. Keefer, Lott, E. Zeigler, S. Faust, C. Roth, White.
Fourth Row: D. LeVan, R. Bigham, S. Srahle, R. Rosenberger, D. Freecl, B. Allison, B. Smith, S. Nett, F. Hess
AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE COMMITTEE
First Row, Left to Right: Mrs. D. Hoffman, Mrs. L. LeVan, Mrs. C. Smith, E. Zeigler,
Miss N. Ramer, Mrs. R. Martin.,
Second Row: S. I-Iyson, R. Dean, Mrs. B. Miller, S. Nett, L. Shindlecleclcer, C. Kortc,
Mr. -I. Feather.
Not in Picture: B. Collins, G. Rice, R. Frew, Bricker, Miss Thomas, Mr. C. Snow-
herger, Mr. P. Grove, G. Kujovich, R. Schultz, G. Hartman.
IUNIOR HIGH STUDENT CGUNCIL
First Row, Left lo Right: Mr. Grove fadviserl, N. Kuhn, D. Deardorfi, G. Hartman, K. Newman, N. Murdock,
Second Row: L. Deitch, W. Kuykendall, L. Simpson, P. Smith, C. Caldwell, P. Olinger, D. Weaver, L. I-Iofe.
Third Row: R. Schultz, D. Liss, S. Tauscher, L. Bream, B. Hay, M. Dorr, M. Hartman, M. Ayre.
Fourth Row: P. Miller, R. Fairman, R. Jones, R. Miller, G. Kujovich, R. Reaves, Woods, B. Benson.
SEVENTH GRADE STUDENT COUNCIL
Student government at Gettysburg High
School consists of Junior High and Senior
High Student Councils. Both groups dis-
cuss and act upon matters which arise from
questions and ideas of the student body and
the faculty. In the past year both councils
undertook community projects and spon-
sored funcl-raising projects. At the request
of the student body, Senior High Council
scheduled pep rallies and arranged for
busses to away football and basketball
This year the American Field Service,
which operates within the Student Council,
sponsored a dual exchange student program
for Gettysburg. Charles Korte spent the
summer and one school semester in Nor-
way, and Hendrati Insijah from Indonesia
d l d' G b H' h
Second Row: C. Codori, P. Aclcley, V. Deardorff, Mrs. R. Mar- Ifsrrstllfe egifresglhfgl Zgssioiftys mg lg
tin fadviserl .
First Row, Left to Riglvl: A. Zettle, L. Shindledeclcer, R. Teerer,
Third Row: Thompson, C. Richardson, D. Eisenhower, M.
MAROON AND WHITE
Left to Right: Mrs. Deitz fadviserl, C. Hull, S. Hyson, R. Eclcer, M. Sleichter, G. Rice, C Rosen
McCullough, I. Bowers, L. Wiles, R. Ramer.
Second Row: M. Hughes, L. Gerrald, Hess, D. Wolf, D. Johnson, W. Conover, P. Rowe, P. Kargas Tar
antino, M. Coover.
Third Row: E. Paauwe, L. Hull, B. Keefer, S. Hartman, C. Guise, M. Bryan, R. Frew, Holoka, K Hull
Not in Picture: C. Korte, Lott, P. Redman, Miss Roland fbusiness adviserl.
Editorial and business staffs comprise the "Maroon and White." The editorial staff is res-
ponsible for editing the newspaper, for which the business staff handles finances. Each year
when senior staff members relegate their positions to journalists of the under classes, the new
staff members give recognition to the retiring staff at a banquet.
juniors and seniors who have been recommended by advisers, can be honored by receiving
membership to the local Quill and Scroll, an international honorary society for journalists.
QUILL AND SCROLL
F irsl Row,
Left to Right: Mrs. Deitz fadviserj, H-ess, C. Hull, I. Bowers, S. Hyson, D. Wolf, G Rice P
Rowe, Miss Roland fadviserj.
Second Row: L. Wiles, S. McCullough, B. Keefer, D. Johnson, C. Korte, R. Eclcer, C. Guise, K. Sleichter C
Rosenbcrger, XV. Conover.
MASK SL WIG
First Row, Loft lo Right: D. Steiner, P. Redman, F. Vffard, R. Fairman, R. Rosenberger, R. Schubart, F. Tilberg.
Second Row: C. Korte, M. Hughes, Hess, C. Hull, S. Hyson, B. Minter, P. Rowe, K. Sleichter, D. Wolf,
Miss Nlcllhenny fadviserj.
Third Row: Bucher, D. Johnson, L. Kujovich, G. Weikert, B. Collins, G. Rice, C. Rosenberger, P. Lupp,
E. Heimerer, M. Chambers, M. Hartman, C. Ditzler.
Fourth Row: E. Jordan, C. Roth, B. Hughes, K. Kahwajy, C. Bollinger, F. Craver, S. Parker, E. Zeigler, D.
Durboraw, K. Hllll, R. Schultz, Davies.
Opportunities throughout the year are
given to students to obtain dramatic ex-
perience in both acting and committee
work by participating in the production
of full-length plays and one-act plays. This
experience is available to all interested stu-
dents. Faithful work in acting and serving
on committees provide credit toward mem-
bership into Mask and Wig Dramatic Club,
and in turn, membership into the National
Thespian Dramatic Society.
First Row. I.cft ro Right: D. Johnson, C. Hull, B. Collins, C.
Second Ron-': B. Minter, G. Weikert, G. Rice, Miss Mcllhenny,
Third Row: R. Ramer, K. Hull, C. Bollinger.
First Row, Left to Right: E. Boyer, B. Hughes, L. McCleaf, B. Miller, B. Miller, C. Hostetter, B. Hull, D.
Wolf, Hess, C. Hull, S. Nett, T. Hess, L. Imler, Kunkel, C. Roth, S. Orner, E. Harman, D. Smith,
J. Schwartz, Kime, C. Rosenberger, B. Mintet.
Second Row: Mr. Grove fdirectorl, Fair, B. Showers, I. Bowers, A. Reaver, L. Hull, B. Keefer, E. Jordan,
P. Ditzler, C. Dettinburn, M. Hughes, R. Biesecker, L. Schwartz, T. Collins, D. LeVan, Neth, C. Kime
S. Foust, E. Zeigler, D. Durboraw, E. Prosser, T. Thomas, C. Weaver, Tawney, D. Deitch, Bream,
Third Row: S. Gaston, C. McCabe, Alston, G. Rice, Richardson, D. Yingling, M. Bucher, Walhay, M.
Reimer, R. Rosenherger, R. Bigham, L. Green, Lott, B. Smith, E. Heimerer, M. Sargeant, M. Peterson, L.
Raffensperget, Lupp, D. Freed, S. Hartman, C. Guise, Tarantino, R. Coshun, M. Coover.
Fourth Row: D. Adams, A. Bream, B. Allison, L. Sterner, S. Wise, S. Stanley, G. Crone, R. Schuhart, I. Scott,
R. Shade, A. Holce, W. Conover, M. Shealer, C. Schultz, D. Hikes, D. Steiner, R. Weilcert, D. Lott, M. Mar-
ing, L. LeGore, M. Sterner, P. Kargas, K. Sleichter, B. Herrick, P. Lupp.
Fifth Row: R. Ramer, S. Hyson, L. Miller, D. johnson, R. Eclcer, B. Collins, G. Weikert, L. Gilbert, D. Jones,
Seated: S. Nett. Standing: C. Roth, C. Rosenberger, B. Minter.
The vocal music program in the Junior-
Seniot High School provides opportunity
for the students who are interested in sing-
ing. All music is given professional treat-
ment in such a way as to merit worthy
performances. The Seventh, Eighth, and
Ninth Grade Choruses and the highly
selected Senior High School Choir par-
ticipate in numerous school and community
programs during the school year.
NINTH GRADE GLEE CLUB
First Row, Left to Righz: C. Witter, Hess, S. XVeicler, S. McCrorie, E. Wheeler, J. Trent, S. Hull, Taughinlaaugh, M.
Wollf, S. Weikert, D. Lord, L. Rinehart, M. Dorr, D. Dove.
Second ron-': Mr. Justice Iclirectoi-J, L. Keckler, M. Hartman, J. Gipe, D. Greenawalt, E. Rilfle, V. Williams, N. Bow, K. El-
ledge, H. Weikerr, D. Deardorlf, T. Bulleit, C. Cullison, S. Tausher, S. Hoak.
Third Row: C. McCanns, J. Freed, B. Johnson, B. Houser, M. Nutter, R. Jones, R. Reaves, D. Weikert, T. Henninger, J. Tec-
ter, A. Karrasch, S. Gastley, D. Doyle, P. Heflin, Crone, S. Munn.
Fourth Row: N. Kuhn, J. Eiker, S. Sprankle, S. Shriver, K. McCullough, L. Bream, L. Johnson, J. Kunkle, W, Jones, J. Taw-
ney, R. Stokes, G. Hartman, R. Miller, B. Britcher, M. Green.
Fifth Row: R. Wagner, S. Bloom, Saum, A. Bushman, M. Treas, B. Harman, D. Ridinger, Nlcllhenny, K. Kime, R. New-
EIGHTH GRADE CHORUS
First Rauf, Left to Right: Mr. Grove fdirectorj, B. Phiel, D. Swope, S. Swope, C. Musselman, S. Musser, S. Bowmaster, S.
Jackson, R. Hyson, D. Rice, L. Kepner, N. Murdock, A. Stable, H. Hull, S. Newell, S. Bender, B. Bixler, C. Wetzel.
Second Row: L. Zhea, T. Barriga, L. Riley, E. Johnson, S. Lott, J. Lawver, C. Deardorlf, C. Shelleman, S. Netr, C. Hook, R.
Fox, F. Ward, J. Logan, B. Lane, N. Swope, L. Mallow, L. Painter, A. Eigner, S. Topper.
Third Row: P. Olinger, C. Kuhn, W. Kuykendall, B. Hosretcer, C. Caldwell, L. Hofe, M. Ecker, P. Johns, R. Carbaugh, U.
Slonaker, L. Bucher, L. Smith, S. Brearn, R. Schwartz, G. Reaves, R. Bowersox, R. Weilcert, K. Orwig, P. Shue, A. Biesecker, C.
Fourth Raw: S. Reimer, S. Crist, L. Deitch, D. Weaver, B. Moorhead, L. Shainline, J Zinn, J. Weaver, P. Shealer, C. Mick-
ley, R. Decker, K Fissel, L. Cromer, C. Caulfield, M. Biesecker, L. Simpson, B. Ziegler, E. Evans, M. Ayre.
Fifth Row: Rowe, L. Cluclc, D. Guise, P. Miller, R. Schultz, R. Finlclzoner, B. Jones, E. Thomas, R. Speir, D. Liss, E. Elliott,
page sixty- five
First Row, Left to Right: Miss Schwartz
fadviserj, B. Rudisill, T. Ridinger, B.
Dick, C. Andrews, B. Yingling.
Second Row: I-I. Insijah. D. Peters, L.
Boyden, B. Miclcey, Shultz.
Third Row: Goshorn, Bowmaster,
C. Valentine, E. Wilt, E. Tressler.
Fourth Row: R. Phiel, G. Mickley,
Dubs, A. Forsythe, J. Gipe.
Fifth Row: 1. Keller, E. Valentine, S.
Reed, D. Valentine.
Not in Picture: C. Trivitt, B. Glenn.
During the past year, the members of the Future Homemalcers of America presented programs related to
homemalcing, including skits, guest speakers and movies. They assumed responsibility for maintaining the re-
freshment stand at the football games and sponsored numerous social activities, including hayrides and skating
The hard-working members of the Future Farmers of America assist in maintaining the refreshment stand
at the games and participate in contests at various fairs and shows in this area. Since the F.F.A. is a club for
Agriculture students, all activities are conducted to help train members for rural leadership.
First Row, Left to Right! Mr. Glenn fadviserj G. Williams, C. Woerner, F. Dutrow,
D. Yingling, D. Coshun, Mr. Schriver fadviserj.
Second Row: F. Tilberg, T. Culp, P. Flinn, C. Dutrow, D. Bowling, Paddock, E.
Little, T. Shull.
Third Row! R. Simpson, D. Buch-er, R. Cullison, Hoffman, S. Clapsaddle, R. Sibert,
E. Hartzell, W. Mosser.
Fourth Rowi M. Shorb, R. I-Iartzell, B. Larmer, L. Schartiger, S. Witherow, R. Red-
ding, H. McDannell, E. McDannell, W. Clapsaddle.
giftln Row: R. Flohr, R. Seitz, L. Bowers, R. Bowers, W. Keefer, T. Shealer, T. Stans-
Not in Picturef W. Colvard, Green, E. Rentzel, D. Sharrah, R. Shultz, R. Spangler.
page sixty -six
RED cRoss COUNCIL
Firxt Row, Left to Right: Miss Hartman fad
viserl, C. Wetzel, N. Johnson, S. Swope, B
Second Row: Freed, R. Stokes, S. Shoe-
maker, K. Hartman.
Third Row: D. Lord, N. Bow, D. King, D.
Caulfield, C. Cullison.
Fourth Row: S. Lott R. Carbau h D. Raffens-
perger, H. Weikerg, P. Nelson. ,
RED CROSS COUNCIL
First Row, Left to Right: Mrs. Xvisler fad-
viserj, C. Weaver, C. Hartman, Baker, D.
Second Row: Myers, V. Rider, S. Gaston,
Third Row: R. Smith, R. Jacoby, W. Stock,
The Red Cross Councils, which are
branches of the National Junior Red Cross,
were instituted at Gettysburg High School
in 1941. Each year they carry out projects
for members of the armed forces in hos'
pitals, the homeless and institutionalized
adults and children.
The purposes of the councils are ren-
dering service wherever the need arises,
promoting good will between the United
States and other nations, and improving
health and developing safety by means of
Membership in the Nationa
Honor Society is the highes
award that a student may re
ceive for all-around exc-ellenc
and is awarded only to senior
who are superior in scholar
ship, leadership, character, an
service. Membership, not t
exceed 15 per cent of th
graduating class, is determine
by the faculty.
First Row, Left to Right: D. Wolf, Tarantino, M. Coover, Hess, C. I-lull, K.
Sleichtcr, I. Bowers.
Second Row: R. Eclcer, W. Conover, B. Minter, C. Rosenberger, G. Rice, C. Guise,
M. Bowmaster, R. Noel, K. Hull.
Third Row: B. Olinger, D. Johnson, S. Hyson, C. Korte, L. Kujovich, R. Hess.
FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA
First Row, Left to Right: A. Holce, D. Johnson, B. Minter, E. Boyer, E. Prosser, M. Coover, Y. Trostle, C. Rosen-
berger, I. Bowers, P. Lupp.
Second Row: M. Bryan, I. Glenny, A. Reaver, L. Hull, B. Keefer, Tarantino. S. Coldsmith, M. Ditzler, Lupp,
S. Nett, F. Hess.
Third Row: B. Hess, D. Adams, B. Hughes, L. Riley, C. Hartman, C. Weaver, D. Deitch, P. Kargas, P. Reed, N.
Fourth Row: C. Hostetter, B. Hull, A. Bream, S. Hyson, W. Conover, E. Zeigler, D. Durboraw, S. Gaston, R. Bow-
ling, D. Waddell, M. Green, A. Knouse.
The Future Teachers of America is an organization open to senior high students who
desire to acquire full knowledge of opportunities and requirements for a teaching career.
Actual experience is available through the cadet teaching program, which functions at both
the elementary and secondary level. This year the club has conducted interesting programs
dealing with varied aspects of teaching. As a fund-raising project the group sold Christmas
candles. To Finish the busy year, an F.T.A. banquet was held.
The Future Business Leaders of
is composed of commercial
who perform services for
school and community. This year
were in charge of play tickets
conducted surveys to discover
well the commercial students
being prepared to meet the
of the community and the local
First Row, Left to Right: M. Sterner,
D. Smith, C. Bream, Tawney, Miss
Second Row: S. Waddell, Black,
P. Gulden, C. McCabe.
First Row, Left to Right: K. Caulfield, N. Johnson, A. Eigner, C. Deardorlf, W. Kuykendall, K. McCullough, A.
Bucher, B. Phiel, D. Swope, Hoover.
Second Row: Miss Wentz fadviserj, P. Seymour, E. Topper, M. Currens, M. Bryan, Pottorff, I. Glermy, Miss
Third Row: D. Adams, R. Swisher, C. Wetzel, L. Deirch, D. Hockey, L. Simpson, S. Gastley, E. Elledge, S. Bow-
master, L. Smith, R. Hyson.
Fourth Row: V. Hollabaugh, L. Swiger, IVI. Cottrell, L. Riley, M. Staub, T. Bulleit, S. Moritz, Tuckey, A. Knouse.
Not in Picture: Gulden, S. Coldsmith, B. Seitz, S. jackson, Lawver, Myers, M. Smith.
Student librarians voluntarily forfeit study halls to work in the library, and some work
before and after school. A team of two is scheduled for each period. Each assistant alternates
duties with his co-worker. Some of the duties are charging materials, slipping books, arrang-
ing shelves, preparing notices for overdue and reserved books, Filing materials, preparing dis-
plays, assisting in taking inventory, and -other duties relating to library techniques. Much
responsibility is placed upon the apprentice, librarians.
SENIOR DANCE LINE
First Row: M. B. Hughes fchoreographerj.
Second Row, Left to Right: Hess, Fair, S. McCullough, D. Wolf.
Third Row: A. Reaver, N. Mallow, I. Bowers, Tarantino.
Fourth Row: P. Kargas, C. Guise, P. Lupp, M. Coover, B. Keefer.
Not in Picture: S. Hartman.
One of the liveliest groups this year was the Hi-Lites, a modern dance group composed
of senior girls, with Mary Beth Hughes as choreographer and director. Besides presenting
many snappy performances at the Fall Dance, basketball games, and the senior class Christ-
mas party, the girls studied the history of dancing and the lives of famous dancers.
Left to Right: P. Reed, B. Moorhead, A. Stahle, S. Reimer, Richardson, Mr. Justice fadviserj, Hoffman
D. Schwenlc, Brantner.
The orchestra has been recently formed and played at the Junior High Christmas program
as well as at the Instrumental Night of Music. At the tri-weekly meeting, the members leam
music appreciation and prepare for future programs.
S, Lott Trombone.:
D. Dague W, Deal
L- Thomas K. Hartman
N. Murdock D. Hogman
J. Lawver Sousaphones
P. Shealer K. Kitzmiller
J. Singley M. Kriclc
5' xi? Snare Drums
B. Adams F' Ward
C. Eyler R. Decker
R. Finkhoner R' Elkef
M. Bieseclcer J' Gallagher
Baritones Bass Drum
C. Simmons K. Fissel
W. Hill F. Schwartz
First Row, Left to Right: B. Morehead,
Second Row: D. Snyder, S. Reimer, M.
SENIOR HIGH BAND
S. Gaston ftenor saxj
R. Eiker fbaritone saxj
R. Deitclx fbassoonJ
S. Nett fbellsj
A. Karrash fbellsj
J. Doersom fclrum
D. Carver fOboeJ
J. Netll -
B. .Hay .
Weikcrt fE-Hat Clarmet
Lupp fAlto Clarmet
Schwartz fBass Clarinet
1-2-3 .... Forward ....
march! The Gettysburg Senior
and Junior High School Bands
were on the march this year pro-
viding valuable services to the
school' and community. The bands
appeared at football games, pep
rallies, assemblies, the Tenth An-
nual Night of Music, the Hal-
loween and Memorial Day pa-
rades, and thc Dedication Day
ceremonies at the National Ceme-
tery. A highlight on the agenda
of the Senior Band was a trip
to the New York Coliseum to
play a salute to former President
Eisenhower. Always seen with the
bands were the faithful major-
ettes who added a bit of zest to
every engagement with their
Mary Beth Hughes lhead majorettel
Left to Right: Susan Orner, Barbara Beard, Judy Weishaar, Mary Beth
Top: Diane Wolf. Top: Sally McCullough
Bottom: jennifer Hess. Bottom: Kit Sleichter.
Those girls who endeavor to keep the true meaning of "spirit" alive in the hearts of
athletes and spectators, be it in victory or defeat, are our Gettysburg High School cheer-
The cheerleaders have a big responsibility in arousing school spirit and good sportsman-
ship in the school's athletic contests. They work hard to instill in the students a strong
sense of loyalty and devotion to their schoolg to increase the attendance at the school athletic
contests and obtain the cooperation and respect of the students.
SENIOR HIGH CHEERLEADERS
First Row, Left to Right: Hofe, I-less, A. Ruclcelshaus, L, McCleaf, D. Wolf.
Second Row: B. Smith, S. McCullough, K. Sleichrer, B. Allison, E. I-Ieimerer, Kunlcle.
First Row, Left to Right: D. Dearclorff, D
Doyle, M. Ayre, K. McCullough.
Second Row: A. Bucher, B. Reed, S. Crist
Third Row: W. Kuylcendall.
EXCITEMENT . . .
Warrior mascots, Gijrord, Crarer and Bollinger, await
football half-time performance.
Students, band members and cheerleaders
follow Friday night action.
Football fans cheer Warriors at pre-game pep rally.
Our undefeated Spider football team is paid tribute by Mr. Snowberger and
local athletic directors and citizens.
. . . with football games,
dances and fall play
Band members board a bus for the Eisenhower tribute
in New York City.
Singer-composer Judy Kunkel, accompanied by
Catby Rolla, entertains at tbe annual Fall Dance.
Eying his foes, Colonel "Mr, Democrat"
Sbeads prepares for bis skirmisb with tbe
Martba Cbambers, Nancy Nelson and Catby
Roth are tbree busband-hunting actresses in
the Junior Class play, "Three Blind Mice."
Sally McCullough and Ray Wisler portray
Mary and Joseph in the manger scene
from the Christmas tableau.
CHRISTMAS JQY ..
Ninth Grade Glee Club performs for junior High
Director Grove's Senior
Choir provides Christmas
music preceeding the open-
ing of the stage tahleau.
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Underclassmen prepare for the holidays
wieli homeroom parties.
. . . with music, feverish
deadlines and parties
Maroorz and White and Cannon-Aid staffs toil after school to
meet their Christmas deadlines.
"Prof, Ficller reads "Post" jokes as Dick Lawyer states
ACTIVITY . . .
the problems of democracy!
Miss Roland supervises Martlra Foote and Dick Crist in typing techniques.
Mr. Lanfafer explains a dificult problem to bi
lllr. Deardorjf shows Gudrun Rice and Diane Wolf the method for liberating oxygen while four male chemists
strike out on their own.
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. . .in lab sessions,
cafeteria and library
, il -,
Students utilize library facilities for researclv work.
cn Hull tells Mr. lllclrring wlvcrc' to go . . . in flu' cafetcrial
Eileen Zeigler, class president, displays rings for fellow juniors.
Candid camera catches senior boys
engulfng food for thought.
First Row, Left to Right: Miss McAnally fadviserj, N. Wiles, B. Barriga, W. Ketterman, E. Prosser, P. Ditzler,
Second Row: Alston, E. Boyer, B. Hughes, D. Durboraw, C. Kime, D. Smith, S. Woerner, L. Riley.
Third Row: Crone, P. Steiniger, M. Foote, M. Thomas, D. Deitch, E. Shelleman, K. Heffran, W. McFeaters.
Fourth Row: M. Castells, P. Fitzwater, W. Skidmore, R. Shade, R. Biesecker, A. Knouse.
Not in picture: L. Green, L. Hartlaub, E. Heiser, R. I-Ieldr, P. Redman.
RUSSIAN LANGUAGE CLUB FRENCH CLUB
First Row, Left to Right: Mr. Ficiler fadviserj, V. First Row, Left to Right: B. Miller, Lupp, B. Miller,
Hollabauglu, D. Tharp, N. Rohrbaugh, L. LeC1ore. M. Currens, Mr. Manders fadviserj.
Second Row: R. Menges, C. Ashbaugh, M. Maring, Second Row: B. Beard, L. Wiles, Bream, C. Weaver.
W. Bowling. P. Shaner.
Third Row: B. Olinger, L. Kujovich, Scott. Third Row: T. Collins, P. Geyer.
BULLETIN BOARD CLUB
First Row, Left to Right: K. Neely, M. Staley, E. Presley, R. Redding, E. Topper.
Second Row: C. Dettinburn, R. Bowling, M. Bucher, D.Ymgling, R. Miller, A. Rebert, Y. Trostle, Mr. Feather
Not in picture: Brooks.
CIVIL WAR ROUND TABLE
First Row, Left to Right: Mr. Sheads fadviserj, B. Minter, P. Kargas, P. Rowe, K. Sleichrer, Richardson, B.
Conover, K. Kahwajy, R. Mickley, B. Hetrick, Mr. Wise fzdviserj.
Second Row: C. Comelitti, N. Cullison, C. Cunningham, Hess, D. Wolf, C. Hull, B. Heflin, B. Lemaster, L.
LeGore, D. Moser, E. Harmon.
Third Row: M. B. Hughes, L. Gerrald, B. Harbaugh, M. Dillon, A. Reaver, L. Hull, B. Keefer, M. Coover,
J. Tarantino, S. McCullough, P. Zeigler, P Lupp.
Fourth Row: C. Woodward, A. Hoke, K. Chapman, R. Bream, F. Craver, C. Bollinger, C. Ditzler, M. Eckert,
W. Anders, W. Jarvis, H. Aughinbaugh, S. Orner.
Fifth Row: B. Fiscel, S. Hartman, N. Mallow, P. Dorr, F. Statler, D. Waddell, G. Hayberger, C. Claybaugh,
E. Miller, W. Reaver, H. Riley.
Sixth Row: Januszewski, S. Toddes, Slentz, R. Ramer, C. Guise, Fair, E. Nett, R. Noble, T. McKenny,
R. Boyer, W. Redding.
Not in Picture: Bucher, T. Hise, R. Eclcer, D. Lawver, N. jackson, G. Maitland.
SENIOR HIGH DRAMATIC CLUB
First Row, Left to Right: Mrs. Deitz fadviserj, F. Culp, M. Chambers, L. McCoy, Baker, D. Balrzley, B. Hull,
R. Schubart, S. Horner, L. Imler.
Second Row: Weishaar, Schwartz, P. Tawney, D. Shade, M. Peterson, M. Sargeant, E. Heimerer, A. Ruck-
elshaus, E. Jordan, Hoover, C. Hostetter.
Third Row: L. Hamilton, I. Glenny, Kurtz, C. Schultz, T. Gilbert, Coddington, Kunkel, Howery, S.
Bixler, B. Hess.
NINTH GRADE SCIENCE CLUB
First Row, Left to Right: Mr. Sheacls fadviserj, R.
Hyson, L. Cluclc, R. Bowersox, G. Miclcley.
Second Row: D. Guise, B. Mellors, T. Henniger, R.
Keclcer, D. Dague.
Third Row: Crone, Dellinger, R. Selby, P. Menges,
Fourth Row: G. Shaut, G. Miller, R. Kelley, L. Kuhn,
Not in Picture: B. Hixmlcle.
First Row, Left to Right: Mr. Cadle fadvis-erj , Freed,
C. Tipton, Mcllhenny.
Second Row: B. Ditchburn, M. Mansberger, D. Lord,
Third Row: A. Bushman, R. Miclcley, Nett, R. Doer-
som, T. Benner.
Fourth Row: B. Moser, Maddox, C. Fisher, R. Baum-
First Row, Left to Right: Nlr. Bickel faclviserl, E. Miller, R. Eclcer, K. Hull, E. Baker, D. Waddell, E. Gastley, G. Haybcrger,
Second' Row: R, Dean, Townsend, Davies, R. Utz, Mccleaf, Holoka, P. Plank, E. Ziegler, D. Coshun.
AUDIO VISUAL CLUB
First Row, Left to Right: Mr. Brownley Qaclviserl, W. Lutz, M. Green, Davies, C. Williams.
Second Row: R. Hollabaugh, R. Schwartz, F. Ward, K. Fissel, L. Kepner, E. Walter, M. Hofe, B. Lane, T. Knox.
Third Row: Fox, S. Bloom, M. Reimer, K. Higham, M. Shealet, D. Applet, Waite, Teetcr, R. Tharp, R. Britcher, C.
Evans, K. Wetzel.
Not in Picture: J. Mathna, R. Deitch, H. Weikert.
LABORATORY SCIENCE CLUB
Fin! Row, Left to Righl: Mr. Dearclorff faclviserl, D. Hikes, L. Nliller, T. Kuykendall, lVlcCleaf, lVlcKenrick, B. Kim, G.
Plank, W. Kennell, K. Skidmore, D. Turkey, C. Sprigg, F. Wilde, R. Carbaugh, R. Hess.
Seated: C. Flynn.
ALL SPORTS CLUB
First Row, Left to Right: Mr. Young faclviserj, R. Carbaugh, Biggins, R. Young, Bowers, G. Austin, R.
Sell, Rowe, Mr. Schoenborn fadviserj.
Second Row: G. Bivins, K. Hartman, R. Finkhoner, M. Krick, B. Jones, K. Kitzmiller, B. Keckler, F. Myers.
Third Row: B. Harman, M. Pinko, R. Bumgarclner, A. Beinhart, K. Kime, G. Guise, Riley, Saum, M. Cart-
Fourth Row: D. Riclinger, B. Evans, G. Davis, T. Hefllin, G. Herring, B. Sease, D. Weikert, Reclding, P.
Fifth Row: L. johnson, R. Gineven, A. Dykman, B. Baker, T. Rohrbaugh, S. Redding, E. Tilberg, Kunkel, D.
Doaks, N. Wansel.
Sixth Row: E. Thomas, P. Nelson, R. Fox, R. Fox, E. Plank, E. Schultz, B. Harmon, Newman, C. Sleichter,
J. Newell, D. Bream, W. Jones, Speelman.
Seventh Row: R. Smith, D. King, B. Greiner, M. Shoemaker, R. Plank, D. Lutz, Baker, S. Green. Bigham,
First Row, Left to Right: Mr. Bream fadviserj, K. Stansbury, L. Painter, M. Netr, L. Mnllow, R. Richardson.
Second Row: P. Shue, S. Topper, C. Smith, R. Newman. Sharrah, S. Nett, D. Shultz.
First Row, Left to Right: Mrs. Forney faclviserl, A. Bucher, S. Crist, D. Doyle, B. Reed, K. McCullough.
Second Row: M. Cottrell, B. Seitz, V. Baker, P. Hess, E.-Ieffcoat, P. Seymour, D. Jacobs, S. Reecly, C. Kuhn, R.
Third Row: S. Musser, E. Johnson, S. Lott, L. Riley, P. Slmealer, Weaver, H. Hull, S. Sprankle, S. Schriver.
Fourth Row: N. Johnson, L. Shainline, L. Tocldes, D. Golden, M. Barriga, C. Musselman, S. Newell, G. Binlcele.
Not in Picture: A. Bobo.
First Row, Left to Right:
Lawver, E. Sachs, C. Hook,
Miss Kirk faclviserj.
Second Row: R. I-Ianlcey, B.
Scott, L. Miller, M. Adels-
Not in Picture: M. Staub.
First Row, Left to Right-
Miss Hartman faclviserj,
A. Bieseclcer, A. Mulberry,
R. Carbaugh, L. Keller.
Second Row: S. Bream, S.
Bowmaster, C. Wemel, C.
Shelleman, G. Wagaman,
K. Orwig, B. Ziegler.
Third Row: R. Fitz, P. Hill.
SHOP SERVICE CLUB l
First Row, Left to Right: G. Ketterman, D.
Smith, E. Baker, Declcert, Mr. Gray fad-
viserj, S. Rinehart.
Not in Picture: C. Becker, G. Cleveland.
First Row, Sealed Left to
Right: R. Beeler, Cla-
Second Row: Mr. Corbin
Qadviserl, G. Trostle, D.
Howe, G. Adams, Waite,
R. Golden, L. Schwartz, I.
Plank, P. Duane.
PEN PAL CLUB
First Row, Left
Third Row: D.
Not in Picture:
to Right: L. Sease, Shaffer, P. McCleaf, Crilley, R. Sowers, N. Rumm-el, R. Swisher.
Topper, D. Fidler, W. Deardorff, E. Evans, Ramos, S. Thompson, G. McCann, D. Mumper,
Carhaugh, K. Dick, C. Miller, K. McDonnell, P. Leatherman, V. Greenwald, Cool, D. Cline,
V. lVIcCleaf, R. Selby, Mr. Johnson faclviserj.
First Row. Left to Right: M. l
Treas, M. Boyer, R. Golden,
B. Gilbert, Ziegler, R
Second Row: E. Richardson,
M. DeVivio, D. Dick, C. Sim
mons, G. Cole, T. Brown.
Third' Row: R. Wills, D. Ken
nell, K. Gotwnlt, J. Wornxley,
D. Shull, C. Dettinburn, G
Fourth Row: L. Lawver, H.
Hartman, Hoffman, R. Law
ver, J. Mathews, D. Sanders.
Fifth Row: D. Woodward, R
Fiscel, C. Wolf, Waybright,
D. Yingling, S. Lear, Wolf.
First Row, Left to Right: Mt. Diehl fadviserl
1. Neth, T. Duane, I-Ioloka, D. Steiner.
Second Row: M. Stuckey, R. Baker, L. Eckert
R. McCleaf, N. Redding.
Third Row: R. Doalcs, Hartzel, W. Gci
man, R. Fair, R. Baker.
Fourth Row: M. Wagner, A. Neal, L. Hel
wig, G. McDannell, D. Little.
Fifth Row: G. Crone, C. Baker, K. Baumgard
ner, K. Singley, L. Mickley.
Not ir: Picture: R. Dettinburn, D. Jones, B
Keclcler, Longanecker, G. Nett, D. Miller
G. Weikert, G. White.
NIOR HIGH HISTORIANS
First Row, Left to Right: Mr. Eckhart fadviserl, Rose, K. Shindledeclcer, E. Elliott, B. Shepard, V. Plank, E.
Presley, D. Rice, A. Bushey.
Second Row: D. Reaver, D. Little, P. Wenschoif, D. Dove, N. Helfrick, Brantner, S. Mority, McNair, P.
Johns, T. Everhart.
Third Row: Jackson, S. Monn, L. Shepard, Rohrbaugh, Mickey, D. Broaclbeck, K. Boyer, W. Starner, L.
JUNIOR HIGH DRAMATICS CLUB
First Row, Lefl to Right: P. Burcham, L. Bucher, S. Jackson, M. Ecker, M. Wfolff, B. Hostetter, D. Phiel.
Second Row: L. Rinehart, T. Bulleit, Taughinbaugh, N. Bow, W. Scott, K. Caulfield, M. Bieseclcsr, B. Bixler.
Third Row: B. Johnson, B. Howser, E. Rifile, Eilcer, A. Karrasch, Logan, R. Speir, T. Gilbert, S. Hull.
SEVENTH GRADE CHEERLEADERS CLUB
First Row, Left to Right: E. Wemel
B. Utz, R. Thompson, Miller, J
McCoy, B. Wright, L. Cluclc, S
Second Row: M. Snowherger, P
Ackley, B. Arnsberger, C. Smith, J
Shanholtz, P. Green, L. Thompson
Mrs. Speir faclviserj.
Third Row: B. Liss, F. Dykman, P
Sheely, C. I-Iankey, C. McCleaf, L
Fourth Row: V. Shelleman, P. Bolen
L, Henry, s. Heysef, B. lVIacPhail,
J. Crone, M. Toddes, B. Vannoy.
Not in Picture: L. Young, S. Shaffer,
D. Folkenroth, V. Deardcrff, Wan-
sell, D. Kargas, L. Harhach, B. Hix-
on, D. Adams, S. Marlcley, M
Smith, B. Nunemaker, Thompson
SEVENTH GRADE CHORUS
First Row, Left to Right: R. Carver, McCoy, C. Shalfer, Voss, S. Hann, A. Basehore, C. Wilson, L. Harbach,
N. Rosenberger, Singley, D. McCanns.
Second Row: Mrs. Deardorff fclirectorj, M. Sarge:-mt, K. Schubart, V. Weaxl-er, B. Liss, S. Sowers, M. Mayer, C.
Schwartz, K. Sanders, L. Thompson, B. Sanders, P. Taughinbaugh, R. Eiker, D. Hubbard, D. Follcenroth, L. Cluck,
L. Young, E. Sanders, Baker, C. Codori, I-Iolce, T. I-Ielwig, K. Bishop, H. Imler.
Third Row: L. Dunkelberger, A. Slegal, L. Parish, L. Cronlund, V. Deardorif, C. McCleaf, Thompson, R. Daugh-
erty, L. Street, M. Snowberger, M. Gastley, D. Staub, Sprigg, B. McFeaters, C. Hanlcey, H. Hull, D. Kargas,
R. Teeter, Pickering, R. Deitch, D. Rohrbaugh, T. Newman.
Fourth Row: M. Leatherman, W. Deatriclc, F. Schwartz, K. Wickline, L. Henry, S. Fiscel, B. Baker, P. Aclcley, S.
Nunemalcer, P. Kunkel, A. Plank, B. MacPhail, C. Heyser, M. Filce, A. Miller, D. Eisenhower, Gallagher, B.
Vannoy, S. Jackson, B. Adams, B. Nunemaker, M. Reynolds, B. Clapper, R. Zepp, W. Hill, W. Deal, D. Hoff-
man, D. Weikert.
Not in Picture: V. Shelleman, P. Shull, K. Gebhart.
First Row, Left to Right: S. Reimer,
A. Stahle, B. Moorhead.
Second Row: D. Carver, Mr. Justice
fadviserj, P. Reed, Johnson,
Bream, D. Schwenk, D. Johnson.
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First Row: R. Smith, C. Baker, C. Swope, N. Redding, W. Lutz, S. Olson, D. Miller, R. Baker, R. McCleaf
Longanecker, D. Coshun, Fox.
Second Row: R. Fair, T. Duane, E. Gastley, E. Miller, R. Mickley, R. Utz, McCleaf, Davies, L Mick
ley Bucher, L. Gre-en.
Third Row: Mr. Gregor Qassistant coachl, Mr. Young fhead coachj, P. Plank, P. Flinn, E. Kump M
Shealer L. Eckert, R. Dean, W. Pinko, W. Kint, M. Stuckey, E. Baker, Mr. Schoenborn fassistant coachj
Fourth Row: Holoka, G. Nett, E. Hofe, R. Ecker, D. Waddell, E. Ziegler, R. Doaks, D. Jones.
From the Westminster game in early September to the Carlisle disaster in early Novem-
ber, the Warrior football tide ebbed and ebbecl until it could be considered to exist no longer.
The Gettysburg High Warriors, 1960 version, displayed the least impressive brand of
football ever seen at GHS by stumbling through a nine game slate without a victory or
even the slightest semblance of one. The opponents of the hapless Maroon and White eleven
racked up a walloping 318 points to G-burg's 37, averaging about the same number of
points per game as the Warriors scored all year.
Coach Young's boys several times, notably in the Littlestown and Nighthawk encounters,
powered their way toward paydirt like rambling rhinos early in the game, but unfortunately
bobbled their scoring opportunities and immediately thereafter collapsed and handed over
easy victories to their opponents with hardly a battle.
A few optimists had still hoped for at least a single victory when the finale rolled around
with the South Penn Conference Champs, at Carlisle. The final defeat at the hands of the
mighty Herd to the tune of 68-0 fan all-time record for the number of points scored against
a G-Burg football squadj made unbelievers out of the most avid Warrior fan.
However, credit must be given to the coaching staff and the boys on the squad who gave
their all throughout the season, knowing that a winning season was far out of reach.
Carlisle ................. .... 4 0
Chambersburg .... ..... .... 3 I
Waynesboro ......... .... 2 2
Hanover ........... .... 1 3
Gettysburg ....... .... 0 4
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Bill Kint, Guard Jack Bucher, Halfbaclc
Bob Bream, Tackle Roger Eclcer, End
page one hundred
Mr. Carl Schoenborn, Mr. Don Young fheacl coacbj , Mr. John Gregor.
Larry Eckert Don
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SENIOR HIGH VARSITY BASKETBALL
First Row, Left to Right: K. Hull fmanagerj, G. Maitland, T. Hise, T. Duane, R. Dettinburn, McCleaf,
G. Hess fmanagerj.
Second Row: H. Miller, R. Crist, M. Eckert, R. Noel, D. Waddell, R. Ecker, R. Doalcs, R. Utz, Davies.
The Gettysburg Warriors enjoyed their best season in thirteen years. Directed by Coach George Forney,
the Warriors advanced all the way to the District 3 finals. Sparked by the combination of a strong corn-
petitive spirit and splended team eifort, the mighty Wlarriors chalked up a commendable overall slate of
SOUTH PENN STANDINGS
55 ....... ........,
36 .... ....... ..., .
page one hundred two
Zndl half Won Losl
Carlisle .......... , .... .
Biglerville . .............,. .....,..,.... ,
rg defeated Carlisle for South Penn Championship.
West York ....... ..... ..
Westminster .... . ..,...
,. Hanover ........... ,,.,. .
.. Cedar Cliff
.. Carlisle ....... .... .
.- Biglerville ....... ..... .
59 . ........ . ...... -. Hanover ...... .
56 . ..... ....... D elone -. 43
63 ....., ........... C arlisle ...... ....... 5 2
70 ........ Waynesboro .. 56
62 ..... . .... ..... C hambersbu rg ...... .. 49
55 ....... Biglerville .,,., ..,, . ,, 26
38 .. ..... ........... C arlisle .... .,.,..., .,.,, , . 37
50 ...... ....... C edar Cliff ......... ..,.,,, 4 2
58 ....., ......... So lanco ,,.,.., ,,,..,, 4 3
39 ,..... ......... R eacling ....... . ....., 57
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RogerEcker Esker 21 44 56 145 205 Terry Hise
Eckert 21 41 64 103 249
Hise 17 36 67 33 22
Maitland 21 33 63 112 159
Miller 21 31 58 116 213
Noel 16 40 50 30 7
Waddell 21 43 73 137 169
Mark Eckert Greg Maitland
Donald Waddell Kenneth Hull Diclc Noel
TEAMWGRK LEAD THE
SOUTH PENN TITLE
After winning the second half of the South Penn Con-
ference, the Warriors again met Carlisle, the first half
winners, for the championship. The encounter took place
on February 24 on a neutral court at Chambersburg.
This spine-tingling contest will never be forgotten in the
basketball memoirs of GHS. Going nip-and-tuck for
the first three periods, the Warriors held a 29-26 lead
going into the last quarter. The score see-sawed in this
period but the Warriors managed to come out on top,
38-37, ro become the South Penn Champions of the 1960-
Nlr. Snowberger rs presented the Championslvip
Trophy by Captain Roger Ecker at
the basketball assembly.
Carlisle fans warclv the Warrior squad in action.
Two for Waddell and tlgegtteanz.
page one lmmfreal four Q
RRIQR T0 VICTCRY
Earning the South Penn title automatically placed the Warriors in the
semi-finals of the District 3 playoffs after drawing a bye for the first round.
On the night of Wednesday, March 8, the team traveled to the Hershey
Sports Arena to meet Solanco of Lancaster County. The Warriors, again
spurred by the great teamwork they showed in league play, heat Solanco
58-43. Next came the game with Reading on Monday evening, March 13.
The Warriors were only trailing 36-33 going into the final frame but were
unable to pull ahead. The Forneymen bowed to Reading 57-39, thus ending
a thrilling season for players and fans of GHS.
"CHAMP " N ACTIO
Ecker tries in -rain to block Daye's slvot
Nlaitland scores after stealing the ball
from an astonislved Solanco man.
in the Solanco game. Eckfrfs :hot is blocked by Haggerty in Reading game.
page one lmnrlred five'
Dick Crist racks up two more against
"Lefljv,' Miller out-rebounds a York
page one lrnmlrea' six
Terry Hise Richard Noel
Greg Maitland Donald Waddell
Howard Miller Kenneth Hull, manager
"Sandy" Eckert rips the cords for two as a
host of Warriors surrounds the basket.
"Rag" Ether taps ball to Greg Maitland for a fast tnfo.
SENIGR HIGH JV BASKETBALL
First Row, Left to Right: R. Schubart, T. Collins, S. Olsen, C. Bushey, Longanecker, T. Whittinglmill, Nl.
Second Row: K. Hull fmanagerj, K. Bigham, T. Gilbert, E. Ziegler, D. Jones, C. Schultz, R. Bigham, M.
Coached by Mr. Merrill Eckhart, the junior Varsity compiled an
overall log of 5-12. Although the young Warriors did not play
ball too cautiously all season and were spasmodic most of the time,
they managed to put together a few good quarters in winning their
SOUTH PENN STANDINGS
Carlisle ,.... . ........, .... . .
Chambersburg .... . ...... 7
Hanover .,......... , ..... .7
Biglerville ..... ..,..e 4
Gettysburg . ., 2
Waynesboro , .. . .... . ..,.,,..,,..,, 1
West York Chambersburg
York Suburban Hanover
Cedar Cliff Chambersburg
Waynesboro Cedar Cliff
Top scorer Bob Bigham notches
an easy lay-up.
page one lmndrvd ,rev
First Row, Left to Right: P. Dorr, W. Fissel, G. Maitland, T. Hise, J. Davies.
Second Row: R. Baker fmanagerl, K. Hull, R. Waddell, Holoka, K. Chapman, L. Eckert, K. Skidmore fmanagerj.
Third Row: B. Rentzel, B. Grosholz, D. Coldsmith, B. Shoemaker, B. Furney, H. Nichols, T, Fox, E. Hess.
Not in Picture: S. Olson, L. Helwig, R. Bigham, R. Smith.
GHS 2 ,..,,,,, ....... B oiling Springs 0 :PGI-IS 7 - .... ,........... Hanover 3
'GHS 8 ,,,.,.,, ,,,,,...,..... B iglerville Z SGHS 6 ........ .,,,.....,.. . Biglerville 14
KGHS 0 ,,,,,,,, ...... C hambersburg 7 WYGHS 1 ........ .... . Chambersburg 3
XGHS 7 ,,,,,,,, ...... W aynesboro 6 GHS 17 . .. . ,...... . Delone 4
GI-IS 0 ,,.,, ,, .......... Delone 9 GHS 8 . ..,. . Westminster 2
Donald Coldsmith Wayne Fissel
Terry Fox Terry Hise
Robert Furney Ken Hull
Robert Grosholz Greg Maitland
William Shoemaker SOPHOMORE
Wfilliam Rentzel Qmanagerl Jim Davies
The 1960 baseball season was one of success. Receiving fine pitching from Don Coldsmith and Wayne
Fissel, the Warriors compiled a six-win, four-loss record. They finished third in the South Penn Con-
ference, outranlced only by the league champions, Chambersburg and Biglerville, which participated in
,more conference games.
When the Wlarriors traveled to Chambersburg to play, they were still in the thick of the conference
race. The Warrioris, who were the only team left with a chance at the conference title, were leading 1-0
as the game went into the late innings, but Chamlrrsburg secured the runs necessary to put the game,
and the Warrior hopes, out of reach.
From this point on, the Youngmen, who had an all-around well balanced team, were out of league
play, but went on to defeat Delone and Westminster. Foul weather led to the cancellation of four of
the fourteen games and left the Warriors with a winning season.
page one hundred eight
First Row, Left to Right: B. Pinko, G. Cleveland, R. Fair, D. Golden, J. Spence, D. Waddell, C. Becker, B. Bollinger, R. Det-
Hayberger, M. Small, Gulden.
Second Row: D. Ackley, J. Maclay, D. Lott, D. Hess, T. Hilger, L. Miller, W. Griest, D. Dillon, E. Hartzell, R. Herring,
G. Nett, D. Scott, P. Redman.
Third Row: R. Schubart, C. Schultz, J. Longanecker, D. Utz, A. Newell, J. Paddock, J. McCleaf, R. Rosenberger, D. Little,
E. Kump, R. Ecker, E. Ziegler.
Fourth Row: P. Plank, M. Stuckey, R. lVlcCleaf, C. Baker, M. Shealer, B. Ketterman, E. Heiser, D. Crist, M. Eckert, L. Mick-
Fifth Row: E. Lochbaum, E. Gastley, J. Townsend, R. Gifford.
Shippensburg Invitational Meet
Carlisle .... ..... .......................... ....... 6 3
Biglerville ...... ....... 5 9
Gettysburg ........ ....... 3 7
Gettysburg ........ H ..... 72 Vi
Hanover ............ ...... 5 3 Ui
Gettysburg ........ ........... ....... 7 5 V5
Waynesboro .. ....... Hu .... M.. ....-.. 51 V2
Sreelton ......., -. - ...... ...... -
Gettysburg ........ ..- 51125
Hanover ............ ...... 4 l
Gettysburg .... . ................................. - ........... .... - 78 ,742
Chambersburg .................................................. ...... 4 3 17:2
South Penn Conference
fTie for fourth,
Mike Small lhonorary captain,
Excitement, victory and defeat characterized the 1960 track and field season. The Warriors, who
fared exceptionally well in dual meets by winning three and dropping none, were not quite so for-
tunate in meets involving three or more contestants. Led by captain Mike Small, the Warrior cinder-
men tied for fourth place in the conference meet, came in third in a quadrangular meet at Hanover
and failed to place in the Invitational Meet at Shippensburg.
Mike Small, James Townsend and Jason Gulden led the Forneymen in the dashes, while strong
support in the longer runs was furnished by William Ketterman and Roger Ecker. Adding more vic-
tories and prestige to the season were the field events handled by Richard Scott, Donald Waddell and
George Hayberger. When comparing the ratio of wins to losses, the 1960 track and field season must
be considered a successful one.
page one hundred nine
SENIOR HIGH G.A.A.
First Row, Left to Right: Mrs. Reinhart fadviserl, C. Nutter, A. Oyler, P. Nary, P. Reed P Lupp Tar
antino, K. Sleichter, P. Rowe, P. Kargas.
Second Row: S. Parker, S. Reed, L. Raffensperger, A. Ruckelshaus, S. Coldsmith, E. Jordan P Ditzler
Lupp, Richardson, B. Miller, D. Smith.
Third Row: White, Bream, S. Gaston, R. Coshun, A. Bream, M. Bucher, E. Heimerer B Miller
Bream, B. Hetrick, L. LeGore, B. Hefiin.
Fourth Row: A. Reaver, B. Keefer, M. Coover, Singley, M. Flickinger, C. Bream, C. Hartman C Weaver
E. Boyer, E. Prosser, L. McCleaf, C. Kime, D. Durboraw.
page one hlllldffd ten
The Girls Athletic Association's main purpose is to promote good
sportsmanship and love of sports throughout the female part of Gettys-
burg High School.
During the year, many sports are played. In the fall the hockey sticks
chop the girls' athletic field until it looks like a duffer's golf course.
After hockey weather has succumbed to frosty weather, volleyball becomes
the main sport. After volleyball season, the major winter sport, basketball,
finds itself in the spotlight. When the weather becomes fair again,
softball makes its debut.
Participation in sports activities is rewarded by accumulation of points.
A Minor G is awarded with 70 points, numerals with 90 points, and a
Major G with 110 points. The highest award which can be received is the
golden pin and is awarded annually to the girl who has acquired the most
points from seventh through twelfth grades.
First Row, Left to Right: P. Reed, Tarantino, P. Nary, P. Lupp, Mrs. Reinhart fadviserj.
Second Row: B. Herrick, K. Slcichter, Richardson, C. Roth.
Seniors move in to score During GAA initiation, the seniors tally
winning shot. sophomore demerits.
page one hundred eleven
JUNICR HIGH VARSITY FOOTBALL
First Row, Left lo Riglvl: C. Sleichter, Saum, K. Kime, R. Harman, C. McCleaf, N. Wansel, D. Weikert, J
Redding, P. Kump, A. Dylcman, G. Hartman, R. Young, Newman.
Second Row: D. Shull fmanagerj, M. Cartzendafner, Nett, B. Sease, Biggins, R. Selby, G. Guise, D
Bream, W. Jones, D. Schwenlc, D. Heagey, Riley, R. Miller, R. Fairman fmanagetj.
Not in Picture: Tawney.
Bouncing back from two early season losses to Shippensburg's Greyhounds 14 to 0 and
to Chambersburg Faust 33 to 7, the Gettysburg Junior High gridders romped home to a 4
and 2 season's log and a third place berth in their league race.
Coach Biclcel's Braves squeaked by Waynesboro 6-0 after an opening defeat at the
hands of the league titlist Faust Crew. A loss to the Greyhounds offset by a thrilling 12-7
triumph over the Bulldogs of Washington Township evened the young Warriors' record at
2 and 2.
In their final two contests the Braves topped Chambersburg Central 7 to 6 and a scrappy
Hanover outfit 20 to 6.
It was a total team effort and steadfast defensive play that boosted the Braves over the
hump in the middle of the season after they had dropped two important games. Coaches Bickel
and Kelly certainly deserve plaudits for the excellent way they handled the Junior High
eleven all season.
page one hundred twelve
7 . ....... .
SOUTH PENN QJUNIOR HIGHJ
Chambersburg Faust ...,... 5 0
Shippensburg .,.......... ,,,... 4 1
Gettysburg .....,.. ...... 4 2
Hanover ................,.. . ....... ..... 2 3
Chambersburg Central ,......... 2 3
Waynesboro .........,.....,..,. . ......, l 4
Washington Township 0 5
Doug Bream Walton Jones joe Riley
, ,,,, Chambersburg Faust ..., ,, 33
Mr. Donald Biclcel and Mr. Pat Kelly.
page one hundred thirteen
First Row, Left to Right: Gallagher, G. Alston, D. Fox, R. Smith, C. Smith, R. Hartman, S. Shoemaker, R.
Selby, M. Pinko, R. Fox, E. Thomas, M. Leatherman.
Second Row: K. Richardson, M. Doyle, P. Miller, M. Krick, T. I-Iefilin, R. Finkboner, B. Keckler, Culp, M.
Keefer, M. Simpson.
Third Row: Mr. Maloney fcoachl, R. Doaks, Baker, G. Herring, B. Baker, R. Plank, T. Gilbert, B. Jones,
R. Speir, Mr. Lilley fcoachj.
Not in Picture: B. Harmon, P. Nelson.
21 ,, ,
Mr. Charles Lilley and Mr.
page one hundred fourteen
Boiling Springs 0
Chambersburg Central ....... .,... 0
The Junior High Spiders, coached by Mr. Maloney and Mr.
Lilley, wrapped up the first undefeated, untied and unscored-upon
season in che annals of football at Gettysburg by lambasting Bigler-
ville's Little Canners, 20-0.
Previously, the splendid Spiders had clobbered Boiling Springs
and Chambersburg Central.
The crushing defensive play of the Spiders frustrated all their
opponents and allowed their sharp passing combination and swift
running attack to knife up huge chunks of ground on offense.
The combination of quarterback Finkboner to either left end
Jones or right end Doaks clicked for 4 TD's all season and a
good portion of the team's offensive yardage. When they needed
the short gain for first downs, the Spiders called on the services
of Ron Plank who also racked up a pair of six-pointers in addition
to carrying the brunt of the ground attack.
Congratulations to our victorious Spiders.
JUNIOR HIGH G.A.A.
First Row, Left to Right: Mrs. Reinhart ladviserj, S. Hartman, K. Waddell, A. Eignor, L. Keller, Hoover,
S. Reedy, D. Jacobs, S. Newell, L. Swiger, C. Cullison.
Second Row: B. Watson, S. Swope, D. Greenawalt, W. Kuykendall, S. Gastley, K. Elledge, S. Bender, P. Wash-
ington, E. Brown, B. Cool.
Third Row: S. Nimitz, S. Sprankle, W. Scott, Brantner, A. Snyder, Tully, Guise, P. Heflin, Kam-
merer, L. Stamer, K. Stansbury, M. Crabbs.
Fourth Row: Bowers, C. Deardorff, L. Rinehart, L. Cronlund, E. Bigharn, L. Helwig, D. Wilkinson, D.
Washington, P. Wills, P. Pentoney, N. Weikert.
Fifth Row: M. Ayre, Zinn, S. Crist, A. Bucher, D. Swope, D. Mumper, D. Hockey, Forsythe, S. Hoak,
S. Tanscher, V. Hoffman, L. Riley, N. Swope, L. Zhea.
The Junior High Girls' Athletic Association is a smaller version of the Senior High
organization. Hockey in the fall, volleyball and basketball in the winter, and softball in
the spring comprise the agenda for the young lasses.
Points are awarded by participation in these sports and a Minor G can be earned by
the end of the freshman year with the accumulation of seventy points.
A player doesn't oflicially obtain membership into the G.A.A. until initiation in the sopho-
more year, but the Junior High G.A.A. prepares her for the more skilled games of the
Senior High G.A.A. This organization's main purpose is to teach physical fitness and good
sportsmanship to every member. By actually playing the games, technical as well as physical
training is relayed to the players.
page one hundred ffteen
JUNIOR HIGH VARSITY BASKETBALL
First Row, Left to Right: M. Boyer, E. Tilberg, R. Stokes, R. Jones, R. Harman, N. Wansel, G. Hartman.
Second Row: L. Johnson, R. Deitz, C. Sleichter, D. Bream, R. Seitz, Kunkel, R. Britcher, D. King, Mr. Schoen-
SOUTH PENN STANDINGS GHS
Won I-0Sf 11 ...,. ........ I-I anover .. . ., 60
Hanover ,,.,,,., ,.,,,,, ,, ,,,, 10 0 25 ..,... . Waynesboro ,, 29
Chambersburg Central ,,,,,, ,,,,, 9 I 28 ...,. ........... S l1ippEnSlJul'g ....., ..... ,. 42
Waynesboro ,,,,,,,,,,., ,,,, 7 6 4 35 ..... ,.,,.,.,, C hambersburg Faust ......,. ,,,, , ,, 38
Shippensburg ,,,,.,,,,.,.,,, ,,,,, 4 5 30 ...,.,. Washington Township ,...,. 18
Chambersburg Faust H, W. 4 9 43 .......,.... , ..... ..... S hippensburg .............. 39
Gettysburg ,,.,,,.,,,,,.r,A.,,,,,, ,.,,, 3 7 30 ...,..,....,.,.... Chambersburg Faust .....,.. ....... 3 4
Carlisle ............. . ......... ..... 3 5 24 Washington Township 26
Washington Township .,.,,. ...., 1 9 35 --'-' ------'---- W aYne5b0f9 '--------- ------- 3 4
34 .,.., .........,.. I-I anover .......... ....... 4 5
The Junior High Varsity, coached by Mr. Carl Schoenborn, began its season by losing its
first four games. As the season progressed, the team began to improve and play more im-
pressively. In their fifth encounter, the Braves walloped Washington Township, 30-18. The
team went on to win its next home game by upsetting Shippensburg 43-39. The Braves
exhibited their best form of the season by capitalizing on fast breaks and playing highly-
spirited ball throughout the contest. During the second half of play, Gettysburg managed
to win one more game which was against Waynesboro. Doug Bream snared a rebound with
30 seconds remaining and dropped in the winning goal to nip the Indians, 35-34. The varsity
lost their last three games and finished with a 3-7 log.
page one hundred sixteen
JUNIOR HIGH JV BASKETBALL
First Row, Left to Right: R. Hartman, R. Fox, C. Raffensperger, R. Teeter, M. Kriclc, L. Shindledeclcer, T.
Spahr, A. Bushey.
Second Row: Bowers, C. Richardson, D. Doalcs, E. Thomas, W. Jones, D. Liss, D. Eisenhower, R. Finlc-
boner, Mr. Biclcel fcoachl .
SOUTH PENN STANDINGS GHS
Won LOSV 21 -... .... .. ......... Hanover ....... Z7
Shippensburg ...... .... . . ..... 8 1 28 ........ Waynesboro ...... . 12
Carlisle .....,......., - .....,...... ....... 5 3 18 .....,,, . .....,..... - Shippensburg ........... ....,. 3 0
Washington Township ,...., ....... 6 4 24 Chambersburg Faust , 21
Hanover ......,.,,.,..,.,.,....... ....... 6 4 30 ....... , ...,. .... W ashington Township ....., ,..... 1 6
Chambersburg Central ...... .....,. 5 5 15 ............. . Shippensburg .......... . 28
Chambersburg Faust ...... ..,.... 6 7 32 ....... ,.,....... C hambersburg Faust .,A. 33
Gettysburg .. ...., ...,.,. 3 7 30 ,.,,. ,,.., ,,.. W a shington Township ...... 31
Waynesboro ....r 1 9 31 .- .... . ......,..... Waynesboro ...,. . ..... 38
15 ,.,,. ..,.,,,.. Hanover .,,.... .. 28
The Junior High Jayvees were only able to sport a 3-7 record for the 1960-61 campaign.
Continually led by the fine performances of Donald Doalcs and Dick Finkboner, who av-
eraged 9.8 and 9.4 points, respectively, Coach, Don Biclcel's reserves beat Waynesboro, Ship-
pensburg, and Washington Township during the first half of play.
The jayvees could not post a. win in the second half. Three games were lost by a total
of 9 points. Chambersburg Faust squealced past Gettysbur, 33-32, Washington Township
beat them, 31-30 in the final seconds of the game, and the jayvees succumbed to a blistering
23 point spree by Waynesboro jayvees in the last quarter of play.
page one hundred :eventeen
page one hundred nineteen
BEST WISHES Comphm of
SHRYUCK'S MEADOW VALLEY
TV SERVICE ABATTOIR, INC.
"m21E1Z2ft?S1IEl E553 Wholesalers
RECORD PLAYERS Home Dressed Meats
Class of 1961 Congratulations
'ik' W. T. GRANT CO.
THE GETTYSBURG ik
k Street Office West Street OH
one hundred twenty
GETTYSBURG SHOE COMPANY
PEOPLES DRUG STORE
THE REXALL-KODAK STORE
Drugs - Sodas - Sundries - Toiletries - Stationery
Y k Street Gettysburg, Pa.
WISOTZKEY'S SHOE STORE
Men's, Women's, and Children's Shoes
"The Latest in Styles"
117 Baltimore Street Phone ED 4-5644 Getty burg. Pa.
Phone ED 43197 SNYDER'S BODY SHOP
MACHINE 81 WELDING CO. We Specialize in N
Ernest H. Simpson, Prop. Auto Fender
4th and Water Streets P O Box 252 ik
G HY bufg' Pa' Phone ED 4-5915
FAIRFIELD ROAD GETTYSBURG PA
Serving You Since '22
121 Baltimore Street Gettysburg, PC1-
K hdd -
WE CONGRATULATE THE 1961 CLASS AND WE WISH ITS
MEMBERS SUCCESS IN THEIR IOURNEY THROUGH LIFE
ROUTE 15 SOUTH
Brunswick for Better Bowling
WEISHAAR BROS., INC. Sheaiter Bros., Inc.
Home Appliances Automotive Parts
Sheet Metal-Plumbing Machine Shop Service
Healing " RUUHHQ " sidings Mustang Replacement Engines
37 BALTIMORE STREET Phone ED 4-2137
Phone ED 4-1159 204 Chambersburg sneer Gettysburg, Pa.
compnmems of CLASS OF , 61
We invite you to make use of the iorcilities
offered by this store, whether it be to shop
with us, to meet your friends at Murphy's or
to seek employment with our company, in
the event that you decide upon ct retail
G. C. MURPHY CO.
ERIE INSURANCE EXCHANGE
214 W. Middle Street
I. HAROLD MILLER
Phone ED 4-4611 Gettysburg. Pa.
p g In mired manly-two
THE MAHOON AND WHITE
STAFF OF 1961
G dr S 11
BASKETBALL Clfmff Rggg-
if Carolyn Ross
SOUTH PENN CHAMPS Mrs. Deitz Miss Roland
THE SENIOB HIGH
225 South Franklin Street
Phone ED 4-3107
MODERN MATERIALS FOR
S. Blaine Miller W. H. Musser,
CAN N ON-AID
REA AND DERICK
THE STORES OF SERVICE
Lincoln Square and York Street
RUSE-ANN SHUPPE Educated People Save
It is told that Indians of Paraguay plowed all day
with oxen and then killed the oxen for supper. The
" ' d no thou ht to the morrow.
ik, primitive mln gave g
The habit of saving is the mark of the educated man
and woman. Also, it is one of the privileges enjoyed
LADIES' AND CHILDRENS 'U a free emma'
BE SMART - SAVE REGULARLY
3'7b Interest per Annum Paid on Savings Accounts
Rose Smith Littleton, Prop.
of Gettysburg, Pa.
38 York Slfeei Gettysburg. PCI- Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
On Lincoln Square Since 1857
26 CARLISLE STREET
Phone ED 4-1311
"On the Square"
Henry M. Schari, Manager
J ed twenty-four
YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOIVIE AT
COpen 24 Hours?
CARLISLE STREET GETTYSBUHG PA
WE DO 'OUR OWN BAKING
TWIN I-IEIVILOCK PHEASANT FARM
Pheasanis O Mallard Ducks
Phone 159 Fairfield R. D. 2
Ying1ing's Implement Sales and Service
MINNEAPOLIS MOLINE, FOX
NEW HOLLAND, FRICK
Phone 180 Gettysburg R. D. 1
Sierling F. Musselman, Represeniing
Good Luck to the
Class ot '61 From
JAMES GETTYS CHAPTER
or THE 'ik
Cgkgg and Snacks
GETTYSBURG HIGH SCHOOL
GETTYSBUHG PA Phone ED 4-1157
PONTIAC Class Rings Awards
THE QUALITY NEWCOIVIEH
THE TEMPEST is
C mplete Body Sh p Facilities
UNION EMBLEM CO.
Makers ot the Standard
F 11 L' e of Repairs For All Automobiles
ik School Ring tor
H gl H Gettysburg
MACHINE SHOP H
South Washington Street PALM-YHA, PA
Phone ED 4-3145 or 4-3146 Paul H. Nissley, Mgr. Felt Awards
Gettysburg Lodge No. 1526
LOYAL ORDER OE MOOSE
Gettys Lodge No. 124
INDEPENDENT ORDER OP ODD PELLOWS
Chartered August 18, 1845
A College ot Liberal Arts and Sciences for Men and Women
y and Auf Force Reserve Curricula in Music Education Business Adrmntstrauo
Officer Training Corps and P 'ccrl Educcrtio
Best Wishes to the Class ot 'Bl
KEYSTONE RIDGEWAY COMPANY
ORTH FOURTH STREET GETTYSBURG, PA.
' ED 4-1181 Iohn R imer
YOUR DUNLUR TIRE DEALER Comments of
I and AVENUE DINER
S lust One Block From School
Phone ED 4-5617
Compliments Trone and Weikert Men's Shop
GETTYSBURG MOTOR LODGE
FAMOUS FASHIONS Of
Gettysburg' Pa- GETTYSBURG POST NO. 15
C. E. WILLIAMS AND SONS
GULF FUEL OIL EXCAVATING
Phone ED 4-5511
137 Baltimore Street
GEO. M. ZERFING
GETTYSBURG - LITTLESTOWN
PEACE LIGHT INN
AND TOURIST COURT
Air-conditioned Cottages and Motel
SERVING ALL MEALS
PATRICK D. MCDERMITT
Complete Insurance Service
AGENT. NATIONWIDE INSURANCE
Phone ED 4-1416 137 BCIIfiI1'1OI'e Street Phone ED 4-6118
GETTYSBURG AEHIE 1552 Adams County Motors Corp.
FORD - FALCON -T-BIRD
54 Years of Service in the Community
125-127 Chambersburg Street
GETTYSBURG PA. FORD MOTORS
lv d dwenl-'19
DICK'S SUB SHOPPE
SUBMARINES AND PIZZAS
168 Carlisle Street
DITZLER'S MUSIC SUPPLIES
12 Baltimore Street
16 Baltimore Street
Call Enterprise 1-3747
LAUNDRY. CLEANING. STORAGE
GETTYSBURGI PA- 110 High Street Hanover, Pa.
DIRECT TO YOU GAS ONNAKEPSO
at All-ITG? Compliments of
LINCOLN WAY EAST, ROUTE so
and F. H. A.
CORNER or WEST AND HIGH EW
F A B E R' S
ARNOLD'S SHELL SERVICE
K I 4
250 Buford Avenue
FRIENDLY AND COURTEOUS
Phone ED 4-1812
THE SHOE BOX
ANNA E. THOMPSON
Iustice of the Peace
48 YORK STREET
Phone Day-ED 4-2095
Residence: 118 E. Middle Street
FIVE STAR RESTAURANT
"Good Food and Friendly Service"
4 Miles South of Gettysburg on U. S. 15
R. D. 2, Gettysburg Phone ED 4-1342
page one hundred twenty-nine
WEIKERT'S BARBER SHOP
Heller and Keller Motors
243 Steinwehr Avenue
Phone ED 4-4511
STANLEY-WARNER FOOD MARKET
Call ED 4-3116
Tharp's One Hour Cleaner
And Shirt Service
Gettysburg Shopping Center
CILBERT'S HOBBY SHOP
230 Steinwehr Ave. on Rt. 15 to Wash., D
Phone ED 4-5715
58 Chambersburg Street
REMMEL'S PRINT SHOP
54 Chambersburg Street
Ralph Barley, Owner
Roger's Sunoco Service Center
687 York Street Phone ED 4-3642
In Historic Gettysburg, Pa.
HARRY D. RIDIN GER
REAL ESTATE BROKER
10 Carlisle Street
Phone ED 4-2213
GUARANTEED WATCHES AND
Take Up to a Year to Pay
42 Baltimore Street
Coffman-Fisher Dept. Store
The Family Store
IN BUSINESS 71 YEARS
page one hundred thirty
Best Wishes to the
Class of 1981
LOWER'S BARBER SHOP
JACK AND JILL SHOPPE
KENNIE'S MARKET, INC.
Where You Get More of the
Best for Less
45 S. FRANKLIN STREET
EOE THE LATEST IN EAsH1oNs'
130 Chambersburg Street
Rose B. Sanders, Prop.
Phone ED 4-5544
LAMP POST TEA ROOM
7 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.
SERVING BREAKFAST, LUNCH, DINNER
Mrs. Edna Tuckey, Prop.
Approved by Duncan Hines
Instruments - Sheet Music - Music Books
Instruction -Records - Record Players
Accessories - Studio Rentals
Les Michener, Prop.
100 York St. Phone ED 4-5112 Gettysburg, Pa.
HANOVER HARDWARE CO.
Tools, Paint, Oil, Glass and Sporting Goods
HERSHEY'S MEN 'S SHOP
TAILORS AND HABERDASHERS
35 York Street
Bakers for G.H.S. Cafeteria
HETRICK'S SERVICE CENTER
Phone ED 4-1320
Use Cars, Road Service, Storage
100 York Street Gettysburg, Pa.
INVESTORS' LOAN CORP.
page one hzmdred thirty-one
MEN AND BOY'S SHOP
777 Baltimore Street
Compumems of Cornp1imen's of
. . . CAROLYN EII.EEN
Baitletleld Service Station SANDY LYDIA
Steinwehr Avenue and Baltimore Street ELAINE IUDY
ED 4-6113 DQTTY
Bonnie Jenny Kit Linde SETTLE'S ELECTRIC SERVICE
Butchie Sally Judy Ann Rear of Wol.f's Supply Parking Lot
SENIOR HIGH CHEERLEADERS
Phone ED 4-4134 - 4-2685
UN CLAIMED FREIGHT
NEW AND UNCLAIMED
Rear 331 South Washington Street
PHONE ED 4-1811 GETTYSBURG. PA.
135 Buford Avenue
PHONE ED 4-5116
CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF '61
K. O. DEARDOREF
Life - Fire - Casualty - Allied Lines - Bonding
110 York Street Phone ED 4-4713
Over 34 Years Service to Policyholders
DAVE'S PHOTO SUPPLY
244 Ste-inwehr Avenue
EQUIPMENT - HI-FI COMPONENTS
Photographic Headquarters in Gettysburg
CHARLES S. LUPP
Radio and TV Sales and Service
350 York Street
Phone ED 4-4913
Duane E. .Iohnson Bookstore
"MORE ATMOSPHERE THAN AIR"
44 N. Washington St., and 31 Carlisle St.
15 N. Pitt St., Carlisle, Pa.
page one hundred thirty-two
SAYLOR'S GULF SERVICE
103-III Carlisle Street Gettysburg. PCI. IOHN W. B ASEHORE
Phone ED 4-4517 Clcrss of '52
J. MILTON BENDER
HARRY E. BENDER
IEWELRY SINCE 1887
25-27 Chambersburg Street
THE CAROL ANN SHOPPE
119 Baltimore Street
Phone ED 4-5638
THE OLD BUZZARD
ROY E. COLDSIVIITH, INC.
ROOFING - SIDING - SHEET METAL
ADAMS COUNTY FARM FRESH
CONTRACTOR Compliments of
310 West High Street Gettysburg. Pct
"Always Good Taste"
Congratulations to the
Class of 1961
27 North Stratton Street
page one hundred thirty-th
I, W Compliments
Souvenirs and Country Ham
2 Miles South on U. S. Route 15
Crushed Stone Products
Phone ED 4-3165 GETTYSBUHG PA
Congratulations to the Class of 1961
U65 fans cgfucfio
Portrait, Wedding and Commercial Photography
York Street Phone ED 4-5513 Gettysburg, P
ADAMS CUUNTY NOVELTY COMPANY
FINE CARVED TABLES
CETTYSBURG GARMENT, INC.
106 N. Stratton Street
Phone ED 4-4311
Congratulations and Best Wishes
GETTYSBURG CONSTRUCTION CU
BEAUTIFUL COLT PARK
HORN, CRONE, HORN
Photo Engravers for the Cannon-Aid
PINE AND BOUNDARY STREETS
TIMES AND NEWS PUBLISHING COMPANY
MAGAZINES - DISSERTATIONS - SCHOOL PUBLICATIONS
Publishers of Adams County's Only Daily Newspaper
THE GETTYSBURC TIMES '
CARLISLE STREET PHONE ED 4-1131 GETTYSBURG, PA
page one hundred thirty-:svn
. SCHMITT'S MARTIN
DAVE S INTERIOR FISSEL-BRITCHER OPTICAL CO.
WALLPAPER AND DECORATION AGENCY Prescriptions Filled
, Lenses Duplicated
PAINT Carpet ' Fumltufe Masonic Building Replaced
Slip Covers - Draperies
117 Carlisle Street
Phone ED 4-4118
Phone ED 4-3414
Zenith Hearing Aids
35 Chambersburg Street
U Congratulations to the Compliments of
Comphmems Class of 1961 C I. t f ARCTIC LOCKER
of Ofnp lfnen S 0
F F d
SANDYS FUNERAL HOME LINCOLN L0c52fZfeB,02gsiigg
an rozen o
RESTAURANT Telephone ED 4-5815 LOGS Gettysburg
321 Carlisle Street ED 4-4116
N O SIXEAS JONES, Compliments of Compliments of
G-E APPLIANCES DELICATESSEN ASSOWEZTES BANKERS
FURNITURE 31 Baltimore street S INSURANCE
G Route 30
62 Chambersburg Street Gettysburg, Pa. Gettysburg, Pa- 238 Baltimore Street
, C gr t lations
BENDER S GIFTS EAST END 024niaH3Y,S Compliments of
Gifts - Jewelry
Custom Mill Work
145 West Street
Mary V. Woodward
DEALER IN ALL
KINDS OF JUNK
Rear of Carlisle Street
Phone ED 4-1216
Phone ED 4-5211
Hardware, Paint, Auto
and Home Supplies
30 York Street
GLENN L. BREAM
Oldsmobile - Cadillac
195 Miles Out '
Steinwehr Avenue Extd.
MR. AND MRS.
Call ED 4-1368
page one hundred thirty-eight
Edward N. Stine ' HOTEL COUNTRY KITC
Trading as Compliments GETTYSBUBG HEI'
BEAUTY SALON HQME BAKERY
DOUGHERTY of Margaret L. Spangler .
5: HART!-EY BILL DAYTON Owner - Operator 3 Miles South On
Dry Gegisgrlilvzgflns and Phone ED 44017 Emmitsburg Road
Com liments of CLYDE H. MARKLE Compliments of
P GETTYSBURG Special Agents GH:-T AND
HANm'S NEWS AND National Life Insurance GOODY SHOP
f V rm t
GROCRRY SPORTING GOODS 0 e ,on HOMEMADE cANmEs
U Gettysburg, Pa- Harrisburg Road
Abe'G1e'm and "ume GETTYSBURG, PA. 8 Carlisle Street
THE BATTLEFIELD I
SWIMMING PQQL BIGHAM S Compliments GETTYSBURG
Baltimore Pike FRESH AND SMOKED off NATIONAL
We Miles From MEATS HOAGIE HOUSE MUSEUM. INC-
"A Daily Dip, That's
57 Breckenridge Street
246 YORK STREET
"Home of the
SHE-RMANS STORE H 15: BRINKERHOFF
Compliments Complete Line of Compliments AND SQN
Of Men's and Boys' Local and Long
MR. AND MRS. Clothlng and Furnishings BQQKMART Distance Hauling
h f h
20 York Street Phone ED 4-3614
Compliments Compliments ROBERT P. SNYDRR
of THE GIFT BOX C0mpliIl'1el'1tS
GFTTYSBUBG 29 Chambersburg Street General Insurance of
Greeting Cards and
43 Baltimore Street Gifts P1323 Building
AMOCO SERVICE M d B W IACOBY'S
en's an oys' ear
AMoco PRODUCTS GIFT SHG? ,
Washing, Lube GETTYSBURG B t Gett b rg
Minor Repairs and eavgiegiglergils FASHIONS
h ED -
P one 44212 HANOVER Phone Biglerville 327-M
525 York Street
page one hundred thirty-nine
Rear 46 York Street
ROOFING - SIDING
Route 15, V2 Mile North
158 E. Water Street
Air Conditioned Dryers
Gettysburg, Pia, The Fastest Cleanest 142 H St t
SPOUTING - anovel' Tee
Wash In Town Gettysburg, Pa.
Compliments of Compliments of ,
CHRIS' IORDAN S
RESTAURANT DPIXETQEQER RE2f12g?J'jBiIiIT Esso SERVICENTER
Chambersburg Street LINCOLN - MERCURY Kenneth apd Kathryn 237 Buford Avenue
STEAKS - CHOPS COMET DEALERS Wright Phone ED 4-3535
Steinwehr Avenue 90 Buford Avenue Gettysburg pa
SEA FOOD Gettysburg, Pa. ED 4-5933
POST NO. 1342
CATHOLIC WAR VETERANS
WAYSIDE FLOWER SHOP
Phone ED 4-3194
425 S. Washington Street Gettysburg, Pa.
Oil Change Repairs
Carlisle and Water Street
Steinwehr Avenue and S. Washington Street
page one hundred forty
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