Gettysburg High School - Cannon Aid Yearbook (Gettysburg, PA)
- Class of 1962
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Published by the Class of 1962
Gettysburg High School
TABLE OF CONTENTS
YOUR SCHOOL'S PERSONNEL
YOU, THE STUDENT
YOUR LIFE AS A STUDENT
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Every day at Gettysburg
High School someone does
something or says something
that will help you, the student,
to learn and to grow mentally,
physically, and morally in the
right direction. Among these
people are those on the
administrative staff and your
teachers Who every day help you
along the road to adulthood.
Some of you who read this will have received
your diploma indicating that you have met state
and local requirements for graduation from this
high school. Let us hope sincerely that you do
not believe that you have learned all that is nec-
essary to lcnow to live a satisfactory and suc-
cessful life in future years. We must continue to
study and learn each day we live. Adults do this
in one way or another to hold their jobs, to
secure better positions, and to experience the
personal satisfaction of learning new and worth-
while things. I congratulate you upon reaching
this important point in your educational life and
I hope you will continue to learn constructively
in school or out of school.
I-I. EDGAR RIEGLE
Superintendent of Gettysburg Schools
Behind the Scenes: These Men Tackle
As superintendent of the Gettysburg Joint
School System, Mr. Riegle is doubtless a man with
responsibilities. He carries out the policies and
decisions of the School Board, always having in
mind what is best for the schools. One of his
many duties is the selection and hiring of
teachers for the Gettysburg Schools. Another of
Mr. Riegle's duties, although he says it is a
pleasure, is shaking hands with graduating seniors
as he hands them the diploma with the other
hand. This process confuses most seniors and also
wears out Mr. Riegle's hand.
Mrs. Mabel Follzenrotb, secretary to the Superin-
tendent, checks over fnancial ledger.
Oren I-I. Wilson ...........,.,,......A.................. President
Robert H. Deardorff .,.,.,,...,............. Vice-president
H. Edgar Riegle .......... ,.... D istrict Superintendent
Richard A. Folkenroth ,,.... Administrative Assistant
Kenneth G. Reinharr, Jr. ....,...,...,,.............. Secretary
The First National Bank of Gettysburg .. Treasurer Q
Brown, Swope, and MacPhail ..........,. - ...... Soliciters x if K
Richard A. Folkenrotb, Administrative Assistant
and Coordinator of Elementary Education, aids Mr.
Riegle with his duties.
e Problems of Education
First Row, left to right: H. E. Riegle, T. Oyler, C. Shriver, K. Reinhart, O. Wilson, R. Deardorff, G. Bowers,
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Second Row: R. Gitt, C. Rohrbaugh, G. Trostle, T. Allen, Oyler, R. White, C. Ketterman, D. White, R. Schultz,
Third Row: Heikkinen, N. Plank, P. Waybright, G. Sterner, W. Hay, W. Jacobs, H. Waybright, O. Omer,
I-I. Mcllhenny, L. Spangler.
Secretaries to the Principal, Miss Louella Kline-
felter and Miss Dorothy Fidler issue absence
excuses to students.
You the student have important decisions to make.
You must decide whether or not the present ways of
the world are to be tolerated or rejected. The tools
which you forged here, especially those of thinking
and reasoning, should give you formidable weapons
and make it easier for you to make those decisions.
There is one other tool which has not been fully
forged here, however, for this tool comes from the
heart. "Courage" is the name of this tool-courage to
stand up for what is right and vehemently reject what
CLIFFORD B. SNOWBERGER
Mr. Snowberger helps to distribute the morning mail in the teachers' mailboxes
Those of you who have graduated from Gettysburg
High School must continue to foster the desire to im-
prove yourself intellectually, to assume responsibility
for acceptable behavior and to conduct yourself with
In addition I would suggest that you do not alibi
for your short comings, but put forth your best effort
to correct them.
May you so continue your education and work that
you as a student and citizen will be a credit to your-
self, your family, your school, and your community.
PAUL R. MEHRING
Secretary, Mrs. Lucille Sanders, takes dictation
from her boss, Mr. Mehring.
folm Hololza indicates to Mr. Mebring that be DID pay
his bills at the cafeteria.
Miss Louise Ramer checks a list of those students Mr. Donald Tiziani reads over one
taking the Merit Scholarship tests. studenfs school record.
the student supplements his education
Rick Sclmbart receives his test results from Mr. Tiziani.
The guidance office is a lively place.
Seniors flock in the door asking, "Miss
Ramer, will you help me fill out an ap-
plication?" or "Mr. Tiziani, may I drop
math?" The counselors help the under-
classmen select what course to sign for,
what electives to take, and the vocation
suited for the student. Also they gladly
arrange for scholarship tests to be taken
and proctor many such tests. A guidance
teacher is employed this year for the first
time to teach courses in human relations
and guidance in the ninth grade.
Miss Wentz checks student file cards for Miss Quigley checks out books at the main desk
through guidance and library research
7,596-7,597-7,598y7,599-7,600!!! In the middle of a
large pile of books in the library, Misses Mary Quigley
and Susan Wentz mop their brows and sigh in relief.
The last book has been accounted for and the librarians
can close up shop for the year.
From September to May the library has been a place
of much activity with students doing reference work,
selecting books, and reading magazines. With aid from
the librarians, pupils are able to find anything from
Masterplots to the latest copy of "Reader's Digest."
Mrs. Donna Hertz fles for librarians and
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Mr. Kenneth G. Reinhart reads over one of the many
reports which come into his office.
Secretaries Miss Redding and Miss
Timlin prepare the bi-monthly
Miss Ellen R. Miller checks lrer records to see how
many cases of flu she had in january.
Mr. Reinhart has charge of the business and finan-
cial end of management of the Gettysburg Joint School
System besides being secretary of the Joint Board. He
is assisted by secretaries Miss Donna Redding and Miss
Pat Timlin, both Gettysburg High School alumnae.
His many duties include management of the board's
general fund, attention to the payroll, bills, and finan-
cial reports, and supervision of both maintenance of
school buildings and cafeteria operations. The business
managerls department thus makes possible efiicient and
smooth-running educational facilities.
Good heavens! . . . 1 broken leg, 2 cases of measles, and 23
cases of type-B flu this month!
Few students fully appreciate the essential work of our
school nurse, Miss Miller. While she carries on her duties of
directing the school health program and scheduling physical
examinations, Miss Miller is, in addition, always on hand to
provide efhcient treatment in rhe case of accidents or sickness.
First Row, left to right: E. Weaver, R. Bowling, H. McSherry, E. Rowe, G. Raffensperget I Keefer
Second Row: A. Lower, N. Treher, H. Witherow, M. Rebert, N. Herring, D. Tressler M Dttzler
"I-Ielp! I didn't mean to drop my tray!"
Right on hand to aid this distraught stu-
dent is a member of our loyal custodian
The busy day of our janitors include
many duties which begin early in the morn-
ing and end as the last light is turned off.
"Don't criticize until you've tasted it."
This sign accompanied a chef's delight
which was the creation of our cafeteria
staff. These ladies have faithfully served
meals to the hungry students who storm
the cafeteria each day. After the noon
time rush, the worlc of preparing for the
next day begins.
C C CCUSTODIANS
Seated: H. Small, C. Nett, C. Huston
Standing: R. Taclcetr, M. Tressler
Noi in Picture: C. Shriver. W. Miller
your teachers prepare you for the future
Beginning of a hectic day: 8:15 in the principal? office.
Rules! Rules! Rules! Close your books, pass in your homework, define these words, write this equationg these
are all commands which are given each day by the students' commanding officers, the faculty.
However, it's not as easy as it sounds. Besides issuing assignments and giving tests, teachers instruct, give
extra help after school hours, and take part in extra curricular activities.
After arriving at 8:15 each morning, teachers begin their daily ritual of instruction, facing a new group
of eager students each period. At lunch teachers and students adjourn to the cafeteria. A few minutes of soli-
tude in the lounge, more classes, and teachers finish out the school day.
After 3:30 there are make-up tests to be given, projects to sponsor, reports to file, and questions to answer.
Finally, the teachers are free to leave the confinements of the school building and go home to grade papers,
correct tests and plan lessons. Who said a teacher's life was easy?
DONALD E. BICKEL, Civics
Coach the fellows
Cast the vote
Know your stare government
MAIUANNB K. ADAMS, Earth
science, General science
Use the telescope
See the falling star
Study the planets
JEAN M. Blcxnr., Spanish
Meet the Cannon-Aid
- Click the castanets
Remember the personal "a"
RONALD BREAM, Arithmetic 8th
Remember the formulas
Find the percent
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Donor:-:Y M. Boylan, American History
Swing that ruler
Paste the current events
Quiz the students
DANIEL R. BRADY, Social
Studies, English 71h grade
' Draw the map
Remember the date
Q Name the capital
EnwARn R. BROWNLEY, Health JACK R. CORBIN, Industrial Arty
Watch the chromosomes Paint the scene
Learn the organs Check the dimensions
Take that pulse Steady with the lettering
EUGENE A. DEARDORFF,
Find the molecular weight
Don't add water to acid
Take out a quarter sheet
C. MERRILL ECKERT, World
History, World Cultures
Tell about the Hundred
Describe Hannibal's jour-
ROBERT C. DIEHL, Bookkeeping
Add the credits and debits
Include a 571 increase
Get a new book of vouchers
MARGARET P. DEITZ, Eng-
lish Iolh and 11th grades
Increase your margin
Turn in your article
Don't forget the 5
JAMES R. FEATHER, Business English
Office Practice, Business Math
Buy a goodwill share
GEORGE E. FARLEY, Algebra II, Trigonometry,
Practice makes perfect
Mimeograph 25 copies
Find the tangent of 67 degrees
Solve the triangles
16 Prove these identities
ROBERT D. FIDLER, Problems of Democracy,
Economics, World Cultures
Conserve quiz papers
Recruit lodge members
BETTE M. FORNEY, Health, Physical Education
Explain the heart functions
Point out the systems
Coach Junior High cheerleaders
GEORGE S. FORNEY,
Physical Education, Ath-
Coach the boys
Make the basket
Correct the referees
ALLAN R. GRAY, Industrial Arts
Drive the sports car
Take care of Homeroom 203
Sand that corner
GEORGE W. GLENN, Vocational Agn
Grow the best corn
Know the best methods
Encourage the Ag winners
JOHN P. GREGOR, Algebra I
and II, General Math
Check the formulas
Make a hypothesis
Prove the rule
PAUL W. GROVE, General and Vocal Music
FRED P. HEAHNLEN, General Science, Arithmetic
Study your science
Keep the lab clean
Watch the director
Add the final consonants
Hit the high notes
MARY I. I-IARTMAN,
English 8th grade
Watch the double
Don't say "ain't"
Know your spelling
ANNA B. I-IEINTZELMAN, Latin I and II
Conjugate the verb
Decline the noun
Use the subjunctive
BETTY R. HINKLEY, Art
Clean the brushes
Use more paint
Mold the clay
KENNETH C. I-Lays, General and Vocal
. Music, Band Assistant
Read the music
Keep in tune
Take your horns home
lish 9th grade
Dot the "Ps"
Cross the "t's"
Use good punctuation
L1L1.1AN JACKSON, Mathematics,
General Science, Algebra I
Solve the equation A
Study the rock formation
Know the multiplication tables
ELMER JOHNSON, Reading
Keep order in the classroom
Look at the words
1 Read faster
Nan. A. JUSTICE, Instrumental Music
Play in tune
Rosin your catgut
Donor:-IEA B. HOFFMAN, Eng-
ANITA I-IORCH, Human Relations,
Guidance, 9th grade
Keep good study habits
Get along with others
Develop a good personality
ELIZABETH H. JOHNSON, Special Edu-
Take lield trips
Learn by books
PATRICK KELLY, Geography
Learn the states and cap-
Plan enrichment projects
PAMELIA DI. KISTLER, Biology,
Disect the frog
Study the "V" of life
Choose your project
NANCY V. KIRK, G e n e ral
Stir the cake
Bake it at 350 degrees
BERNICE S. KRUMRINE
Thread the needle
Press the seams
Fit the pattern
DONALD E. LAWVER, General Math, General
Find thc unknown factor
List the planets
CHARLES R. LEADER, Industrial Arts
Select your project
Watch your fingers
Make copper trays
GILBERT D. LEASE, Special Education
Listen to records
Read the books
CORNELIUS -I. MANDERS,
Latin, French, German,
Review the verbs
Read the German
GERTRUDE LITTLE, Shorthand,-Typing I
Dictate the word
Tap the keys
jot down the notes
EDWIN S. LONGANECKER, English nth grade
Review the grammar
List the parts
NANCY J. Munoocx, Social Studies English
Read the history
Drill the grammar
Supply the answer
joHN O'BRuzN, Drivers Education
Adjust the mirror
Move the seat
Put it in gear
EDITH P. REINHART, Physical Ed-
Blow the whistle
Put on the pinney
SUE S. RITTER, Social Studies,
English 715 grade
Memorize the dates
Know the continents
Find Denmark on the map
SHARON L. OWENS, Art
Swish the brush
Trace the outline
Carve the block
Zoe M. RIDINGER, Biology
Know the flower parts
Remember your project
RUTH A. ROLAND, Typing I and II
Don't peek at the keys
Increase your speed
Set the margins
CARL M. Scuoswnomsz, General
Problems of Democracy
Discuss government powers
Know your Congressman
Say what you mean
EVA JANE SCHWARTZ, Vocational
Mend the dress
Add some Hour
Design your dream house
ELMER H. Sci-IRIVER, Vocational Ag-
Move the tractor
Leave the Held fallow
Plant the vegetables
JACOB M. SHEADS, American History
A 11th grade
Fight the battles
Quote the generals
Support the Democrats
ROBERT E. SHEADS, SR., Biology, Gen-
Explore the science world
Study animal structure
Dissect the frog
MARY E. SMITH, Social l
Studies, English 7tl1 grade ,
Direct the plays i
Probe our history l
Correct grammatical er- A
ALICE M. SNYDER, English 10th grade,
Explain Julius Caesar
Talk about France
JOANNE C. SNYDER, Arithmetic 7th grade
Explain mathematical procedures
Add the problem
Find the average
SHIRLEY I-I. Spam, Reading 7th grade
Survey reading problems
Suggest better methods
Guide Junior High cheerleaders
A. JOAN THOMAS, English 12th grade
Compare the poems
Know the literary periods
Write an essay
Joi-IN K. SPECK, Civics, American His-
tory 11th grade
Rebuild U. S. political parties
Describe civic affairs
Learn about the government
DONALD A. ULLRICH, Head Teacher at
Lincoln, General Science
Keep order at Lincoln School
Don't yawn in class
Answer the question
a ugu r
RUTH S. WISLER, English 9111 grade
DAVID W. Wooos, General Math, Alge
Write the equation
Memorize the theorem
Solicit the acls
Correct the sentence
Compare the theme
Malce the report
JACK E. WISE, English 10th
Spell the word
Recite the poem
Throw tlie javelin
GEORGE D. YOUNG, American History Sth grade,
Match the ores
Make the taclcle
Swing the bat
ROBERT T. Yousn, Plane Geomelry
Aclcl the numbers
Measure the sides
Calculate the problem
Ronsm' G. ZEIGLER, Instrumental Musir
Blow your horn
Read the notes
Keep in step
Seated: Martha Chambers fSecretaryj , Carolyn Kime
QVice Presidentj .
Standing: John Maclay lPresident, , Richard Weikert
seniors remember their
busy, wonderful year
Who said it was easy to be a senior? Probably an
underclassman who has not as yet experienced the busy
and many times hectic senior life. The 1962 graduates
will look back on this school year as one filled with
activity-from the magazine sale in September to the
unforgettable class trip in May.
Perhaps the largest problem confronting a member
of this class was the future life ahead after graduation
Seniors worried about tests, studies and marks, and
nervously awaited college board and job application
Miss NANCY Kmx
MR. ELMER SCHRIVER
Aside from the serious senior activities, members of
the class found time to participate in sports, school
publications, dramatics, musical groups and various
Class planned social activities included the Fall
Dance, a lively Christmas party, and the spring trip.
To raise money, the class sold magazines and sponsored
various dances after basketball games. Possibly the
most memorable of class parties was the Junior-Senior
Spring Prom when the gymnasium was transformed by
eager hands into a wonderland.
A dynamic class life, sparked by individual excellence,
has caused each member of the Class of 1962 to benefit
both mentally and socially from his school career at
Elaine Prosser and John Lott
SENIOR PROM ATTENDANTS
Richard Crist and Janet White
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SENIOR PROM KING AND QUEEN
Guy Weikert and Martha Chambers
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Reflecting the personality of
your school are the students
with whom you work every day:
the students who shared with
you the laughter and the
disappointments, the excitement
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Track, 2, 3, 45 Play Cast, 3, 4,
Mask and Wig, 3, 4 ltreas-
urerlg Band, 1, 2, 3, 4g Dance
Band, 2, 33 Coin Club, lg Rus-
sian Club, 2, Laboratory Science
Club, 35 National Honor So-
In plays he's a trick maker
In real life'he,s a heart taker.
Dee A cademic
Play Committees, 3, 4, Mask and
Wig, 45 Choir, 1, 2, 3, 45 Ma-
roon anrl White, 4 lassistanr
eclitorlg Quill and Scroll, 3, 4,
Cannon-Aicl, 4, Coin Club, lg
F.T.A., 2, 3, 4 lvice presiclentlg
Library Assistant, 1, 2, 3, 43
National Honor Society, 4.
Right hand girl on Maroon and
We think she,ll make out all
JOANN DAVIS ALSTON
Play Cast, 3, 4g Choir, 1, 2, 3,
4g Maroon and White, 4 lar:
editorlg Quill and Scroll, 4,
Cannon-Aid, 4, Coin Club, lg
Journalism Club, Zg Spanish
Club, 35 Civil War Round
As art editor she is way above
As a nurse she will go far.
Color Guard, 1, 2, 35 Collectors
Club, 25 Russian Language
This dark-haired lad is really
Has real talent when it comes
Cannon-Aid, 43 Coin Club, lg
Shop Service, Z, Hi-Y, 3: Auto
Mechanics Club, 4.
Here's a fellow who's a real
We think he is a good mechanic.
Colegio Del Santisimo Sacra-
mento, 2g Choir, lg Maroon and
White, 43 Quill and Scroll, 45
Cannon-Aid, 4 llayout editorlg
Spanish Club, 3 lsecretarylg
National Honor Society, 4.
A dark eyed lass with lots of
At any test she's sure to pass.
RONALD RAY BEELER
Football, l, 4, Track, 2, 3,
Coin Club, 1, 23 Stage Craft
Club, 33 Auto Mechanics Club,
A tall, handsome Warrior with
lots of style
Who always hears a friendly
CARL WAYNE BELL
Franklin High School, 1, 2, 3,
Auto Mechanics Club, 4.
Polite and quiet this new stu-
dent seems to be
But he's really well liked you
SHARON IRENE BIXLER
Choir, lg Cannon-Aid, 43 Coin
Club, lg Drarnatics Club, 2, 35
Civil War Round Table, 4.
Always ,friendly and willing to
Any one of the many friends
she has made.
1 an Commercial
Play Committees, 33 Choir, 1,
Cannon-Aid, 43 Coin Club, lg
Typing Club, 25 F.B.L.A., 35
Civil War Round Table, 4.
Black is her name but her future
is bright .
As a secretary she will he just
Student Council, 25 G.A.A., 1,
Z, 3, 4g Play Cast, 49 Mask and
Wig, 4g Choir, 1, 2, 3, 4, Can-
non-Aid, 4, Coin Club, 1 lpres-
identlg Spanish Club, 35 Civil
War Rouncl Table, 4.
To sing a song is her delight
She's talkative, short, and very
CHERIE LLOY BREAM
G.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A.
Cabinet, 4 ltreasurerjg Play
Committees, 4, Choir, 1, 2,
Cannon-Aicl, 4 lhead typistjg
Coin Club, 1 lsecretaryjg Typ-
ing Club, 2, F.B.L.A., 3 lsecre-
taryj, 4 ipresidentl.
She can type any letter
There is no one any better.
The Students Most Likely to Succeed
Barclay Collins and Cathy Roth
JANET CLARA BREAM
G.A.A., 1, Z, 3, 4g G.A.A.
Cabinet, 4, Choir, 1, 2, 3, 4,
Band, 1, 2, 43 Maroon and
White, 4, Junior High His-
torians, lg French Club, 3.
This tall gal is Judy's twin
Always together through thick
JUDITH GRACE BREAM
G.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 43 G.A.A.
Cabinet, 45 Choir, 1, 2, 3, 4,
Band, 1, 2, 3, 4s Maroon and
White, 4, Junior High Histo-
Full of charm and lots of grace
A smile is always on her face.
M ontsy A cademic
Instituto Nacional de Ensenanza
Media, Luis cle Peguera, 1, 2g
Choir, 43 Spanish Club, 33
Civil War Round Table, 45 Na-
tional Honor Society, 4.
This smiling Spanish senorita
Is very pleasant and "muy
Kenmore Junior High School,
15 Class Oflicer lsecretaryl, 3,
45 Play Cast, 3, 45 Mask and
Wig, 3, 45 National Thespians,
45 Cannon-Aid, 4 leditorl 5Jour-
nalism Club, 25 Dramatics Club,
35 Civil War Round Table, 45
National Honor Society, 4.
A real smart cookie who's going
to go places
Wherever she is there're bright
Basketball, 15 Band, 1, 25
Checker Club, 15 Stage Craft
Club, 35 Auto Mechanics Club,
A real nice boy, on the drums
There isn't a rhythm that he
Track, 1, 2, 3, 45 Choir, 25
Typing Club, Z5 Shop Service
H ere's a guy with lots of dash
Who has a car that sure does
Susquehanna High School, 15
Cannon-Aid, 45 Dramatics Club,
Friendly and charminglittle lass
Enjoys those jokes in P.D. class.
Student Council, 1 lpresidentj,
2, 3 ltreasurerl, 45 Play Cast,
3, 45 Mask and Wig, l, 2, 3, 4
fpresiclentl 5 National Thespians,
2, 3 lvice ptesidentj, 45 Choir,
1, 2, 3, 45 Band, 1, Z, 3, 45
Dance Band, 1, 2, 35 Maroon
and White, 2, 3, 45 Cannon-
Aicl, 45 Coin Club, 15 Student
Play Directing, 2, 35 National
Honor Society, 4.
Barclay is an all around guy
We're proud he went to Gettys-
Crunch Vocational Agriculture
Coin Club, 15 F.F.A., 1, 2, 3,
4 lvice presidentJ.
Tall, blonde, well-mannered, too
He always has a friendly word
Slug Vocational Agriculture
Football, 1, 35 Track, 1, 3, 45
F.F.A., 1 lassistant presidentj,
2, 3 ltteasurerj, 4 fsecretaryl.
A jiery temper and muscles has
A future farmer he wants to he.
RICHARD GORDON CRIST
Class Olllcer, 2 lvice presidentJ5
Student Council, 1, 2, 3, 45
Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball,
45 Track, 1, 25 Choir, 15 Ma-
roon and White, 45 Cannon-
Aicl, 4 fsports eclitorlg Hi-Y,
2 lpresidentlg Varsity Club, 4.
A real neat hoy with a '61 car
And as a dentist he'll go far.
JANE ELIZABETH CRONE
Student Council, 15 Play Com-
mittees, 35 Choir, 15 Cannon-
Aicl, 45 Library Club, 1, 25
Spanish Club, 35 Civil War
Round Table, 4.
Within this girl a friendly spirit
And with good prom decora-
tions she never fails.
Archery Club, lg Shop Serv-
ice Club, 2g Auto Mechanics
With Civil War news he is
With girls and cars he is quite
FAYNE MAE CULP
Choir, 1, 25 Majorettes, 1, Z, 35
Dramatics Club, 1, 2, 3.
When you walk into a room,
you know she's there.
She has bright sparkling eyes
and pretty blonde hair.
JAMES CAREY DAVIES
C. H. Davies Academic
Athletic Representative, 45 Foot-
ball, 1, 3, 45 Basketball, 2, 3,
45 Baseball, 2, 3, 45 Play Com-
mittees, 3, 43 Mask and Wig, 3,
4g Cannon-Aid, 45 Coin Club,
lg Audio-Visual Club, 2, 3, 4.
A blonde-haired boy who knows
a lot about sound.
There is never a dull moment
when he's around.
The Best Student Athletes
jim McCleaf and fudy Singley
Football, Zg Baseball, 2, 45 Shop
Service Club, 1, 2, 33 Auto
Mechanics Club, 4.
With girls he's never a quitter
In baseball he's quite a hitter.
DRUSILLA JANE DEITCH
Student Council, 23 Play Com-
mittees, 45 Choir, 1, 2, 3, 4g
Cannon-Aid, 43 Coin Club, lg
Spanish Club, 3.
A's and B's she will always see
She's certain to succeed wherever
SHERRI LYNN DEITZ
Choir, 1, 2, 3, 45 Dramatics
Club, lg F.B.L.A., 35 Art Club,
With her dark brown hair and
her flirtatious smile,
She almost makes the day worth-
M 1e i,
Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 43 Track, l,
2, 3, 4, Hi-Y, 1, 2, 3 ltreas-
Our Izzy Ron, red-headed and
Does wonder: with a basketball.
KAREN ELISSA DIRNER
Lock Haven Senior High
School, 1, 2, 3.
New arrival to Gettysburg High
We're glad she didn't pas: us
SUSAN LOUISE DRACHA
G.A.A., 1, 23 Choir, 1, 2.
Never a dull moment when
Sue's around 5
The center of attention wherever
Football, 1, 2, 3, 4g Basketball,
I, 2, 3, 4g Baseball, 3, 43 Track,
lg Cannon-Aid, 43 Hi-Y, 1, 2,
3, Varsity Club, 4g Civil War
Round Table, 4.
Sports should be his middle
With a tiny pigslein he won his
Bill Vocational Agriculture
F.F.A., 3, 4 lpresidentj.
As presiding officer of the
He learns more about farming
every day. '
Fran Vocational Agriculture
F.F.A., 1, 2, 3, 4.
This friendly boy we're sure
A farmer with proficiency.
SUSAN 'CAROLE ECKER
Choir, lg Dramatics Club, lg
Library Service Club, 25 Civil
War Round Table, 4.
A more personable girl, there
will never be,
But :he :till likes the Can-
LARRY ALLEN ECKERT
Football, 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball, 2,
3, 45 Track, lg Hi-Y, 1, 2,
Varsity Club, 4.
With his powerful pitching arm
He certainly does the team no
RODNEY MAURICE FAIR
Football, 1, 2, 3, 43 Track, 1,
Z, 3, 43 Hi-Y, 1, 39 Shop
Service Club, 23 Varsity Club, 4.
He excels in football and track
For these sports he has a knack.
BETTY ANN FERRELL
Shippensburg High School, ls
Martha Falconer High School,
2, 33 Civil Wat Rouncl Tahle, 4.
Hailing from Philly, this new
addition to our school
Determines to make good grades
as a rule. '
PAUL Lao FITZWATBR
Russian Language Club, 23
Spanish Club, 3.
This fellow has a ready wit,
ln school affairs he does his bit.
G.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 43 Civil War
Round Table, 4.
This lass is not very tall,
But she really gets an the ball.
I The Friendliest Students
Tom Duane and Martha Chambers
MARTHA JANE FOOTE
Class Oilicer, 1 ltreasurerlg Play
Committees, 33 Cannon-Aid, 43
Spanish Club, 3.
This soft-spoken girl has lots
With a sweet smile for everyone.
SAUNDRA RAY FOUST
Student Council, 33 Play Com-
mittees, 33 Choir, 1, 3, 43 Band,
23 Maroon and White, 3, 43
Quill and Scroll, 4i Cannon-
Aicl, 43 Spanish Club, 23 Civil
War Round Table, 4.
lust as sweet as candy
That's our gal Sandy.
JUDITH ANN FUNT
G.A.A., l, 2, 3, 43 Red Cross
Council, 1, 23 Civil War Round
Office work fills this girl's day,
And she rounds it out with
Jim Vocational Agriculture
Model Club, 15 Checker Club,
Z5 Coin Club, 35 F.F.A., 4.
Future farmer and proud to be
He does his job well with
Student Council, 15 Football, 35
Choir, I, 2, 3, 45 Cannon-Aid,
45 Spanish Club, 2, 35 Civil
War Round Table, 4.
A nice young man who never
speaks in haste
He does his work well and lays
nothing to waste.
PATSY JEAN GULDEN
F.B.L.A., 35 Civil War Round
Acting out a skit in English
Brings fond memories to this
LINDA JEAN HAMILTON
Play Committee, 3, 45 Choir, 15
Cannon-Aid, 45 Dramatics Club,
2, 35 Civil War Round Table, 4.
With decorations she's very
Proms and dances will be for-
CON NIE MINERVA
G.A.A., 3, 45 Mask and Wig,
45 Maroon and White, 4 lnews
editorj 5 Quill and Scroll, 45 Red
Cross Council, 1, 2, 3 lpresi-
dentJ5 F.T.A., 2, 3, 4.
A future teacher she hopes to he
She served her school faithfully.
Class Oflice, 1 lvice presidentl,
3 ltreasurerjg Student Council,
45 Basketball, 25 Track, 1, 25
Play Committee, 35 Cannon-
Aid, 4 laclvertising managerJ5
Hi-Y, 1, 25 Spanish Club, 3.
A whiz with Trig and a pretty
There are no limits to what he
Bob A cad emic
Student Council, 1 5 Cannon-
Aid, 4 lbusiness managerjg
Coin Club, 15 Russian Club, 25
Spanish Club, 35 Mask and
Knows a lat about cars and
He's a smart young man with
success in view.
BONNIE LEE HESS
Play Committee, 3, 45 Mask and
Wig, 45 Cannon-Aid, 45 Dra-
matics Club, 2, 35 F.T.A., 2, 3,
45 Civil War Round Table, 4.
A hrorvn-haired girl with lots
She wants to be a teacher and
GERALD LEE HESS
Student Council, 1, 25 Basket-
ball, 1, 2, 3, 4 lmanagerjg
Band, 1, 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y, 1, 25
Civil War Round Table, 4 lvice
Now here's a very nice guy
Even though he's a hit shy.
DALE JAY I-IIKES
Football, lg Choir, 1, 2, 3, 4g
Hi-Y, 1, 2gLab Science Club, 3.
A clean cut boy in Physics Class
He studies well and certainly
EDGAR LAVERE HOPE
Football, 1, 2, 3, 45 Track, 3,
49 Auto Mechanics Club, 4.
In sports this boy can show
In mechanics, too, he makes his
JUDITI-I ANN HOFE
G.A.A., 1, 25 Play Committee,
Zg Choir, lg Cannon-Aid, 43
Cheerleader, 1, 2, 3, Civil War
Round Table, 4.
Any six-footer's delight
Because of her small height.
The Best Agriculture and Home Economics Students
David Coshun and Elva Valentine
G.A.A., lg Pen Pal Club, 25
Russian Language Club, 35 Civil
War Round Table, 4.
This gal is small and very sweet
Makes friends with whomever
she may meet.
H ons A cademic
Football, 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball,
1, 2, 3g Baseball, 2, 3, 43 Track,
lg Choir, lg Maroon and White,
3, 4 fbusiness managerlg Can-
non-Aid, 45 I-li-Y, 1, 2, 3 lvice
presiclentlg Civil War Round
Table, 4 itreasurerl.
A handsome captain of the foot-
Humorous, friendly, and full
Boiling Springs High School, 1,
25 Play Committee, 3, 4s Mask
and Wig, 43 Choir, lg Maroon
and White, 3, 4 fnews eclitorjg
Quill and Scroll, 3, 45 Cannon-
Aid, 4g Dramarics Club, 3
ipresiclentjg F.T.A., 4.
This little bo-peep
.Writes newspaper heads in her
DORIS JANE HOWERY
G.A.A., lg Dramatics Club, 2,
33 Civil War Round Table, 4.
A red headed pixie
From way down in dixie.
BONITA ANN HUGHES
Play Cast, 3, 4g Mask and Wig,
3, 49 Choir, 1, 2, 3, 4, Coin
Club, lg Dramatics Club, 2,
F.T.A., 2, 3.
An actress who is cute and pert
With the lvoys she likes to flirt.
LYDIA BLANCHE IMLER
Class Ofhce, 1 lpresidentlg Stu-
dent Council, 1, 23 Choir, 1, 2,
3, 4, Maroon and White, 4
leditor in chiefjg Quill and
Scroll, 4g Cannon-Aid, 45 Ping-
Pong Club, 13 Journalism Club,
2, Civil War Round Table, 4g
National Honor Society, 4.
Late reporters give her the blues
But she always gets out the
RICHARD OWEN JACOBY
Coin Club, Ig Civil War Round
In the air his future he'll claim
On theground he'll do the same.
Basketball, 2, Band, 1, Z, 3, 4g
Hi-Y Club, 3, 4.
At making us laugh he is a
Everyone marvels at that 'Wit of
IRENE PATRICIA KELLER
Vocational Home Economics
Pen Pal Club, lg Library Service
Club, 25 F.H.A., 3, 4 lvice
Whether it's making cookies or
She'll see that her family is
kept well fed.
Carlisle High School, lg Can-
non-Aid, 4g Civil War Round
Loyal, kind, and pleasant, too
She helps us out with all we do.
DORIS JEAN KIESSLIN G
G.A.A., 15 Play Committee, 35
Dramatics Club, 1, 23 Civil War
Round Table, 4.
Blonde hair and blue eyes
Has no trouble collecting guys.
CAROLYN MAE KIME
Class OHice, 4 lvice presidentjg
Student Council, Ig G.A.A., 2,
3, 4, Play Committee, 3, Choir,
1, 2, 3, 45 Maroon and White,
3, 49 Quill and Scroll, 43 Can-
non-Aid, 4, Coin Club, 15 jour-
nalism Club, 23 Spanish Club,
33 Civil Wat Round Table, 4.
Always talking and lots of fun
"Miss Congeniality" is the title
Dotty A cademic
Class President, 25 Student
Council, l, Z5 G.A.A., 1, 2, 3,
45 G.A.A. Cabinet, 43 Play
Cast, 3g Mask and Wig, 3g
Choir, 1, 2, 35 Band, 1, Z, 3g
Maroon and White, 3, 4g Span-
ish Club, 3.
Full of sweetness and kind to all
There's always a smile when she
goes Jmvn the hall.
Kitzie A cademic
Basketball, lg Band, 1, 2, 3, 43
Civil War Round Table, 4.
He plays baritone in the high
And if he can't do it, no one
JUDY MAY KUNKEL
Choir, 1, 2, 3, 4, Maroon and
White, 3, 45 Cannon-Aid, 4g
Cheerleader, 1, 2, 3, 4 Qcap-
tainjg Campus Improvement
Club, lg Dramatics Club, 2, 3.
As captain she leads us in our
Medical Secretary is her future,
The Most Comical Students
Sue Dracha and john Hololza
JANET ELAINE KURTZ
Dramatics Club, 1, 33 Library
Service Club, 2.
Friendliness and lively spirit are
Always kind and courteous to
Football, 1, Z, 43 Archery Club,
-Ig Laboratory Science Club, 3.
A mighty fine player on the
He's got lots of heart and is on
ALAN BRAY KYNOR
Buzz . Academic
Here's a fellow lean and tall
Everyone knows he's on the hall.
WILLIAM JAMES LITTLE
Delone High School, 2, 3, Foot-
ball, lg Track, 45 Coin Club, 1.
He's a real cute boy who likes
to play ball
He appears to be congenial and
friendly to all.
Football, 1, Basketball, 2, Choir,
1, 2, 33 Band, 1, 2, 35 Maroon
and White, 3, 4 lphotographerjg
Quill and Scroll, 4, Cannon-
Aid, 4 lphotographerlg Trop-
ical Fish Club, lg Coin Club, Z.
The photographer for the Ma-
roon and White
Smile and say "cheese" when
he's in sight.
DAVID BENSON LOTT
Track, 1, 2, 3, 4, Play Com-
mittees, 3, Choir, 1, 2, 3, 49
Band, 1, 2, 3, 4, Coin Club, lg
Spanish Club, 23 Laboratory
Science Club, 33 Cannon-Aid, 4.
A good-lookin' boy, kind of
quiet and shy,
He's a top notch student and
a real nice guy.
JOHN CHARLES LOTT
Class Office, 3 lvice presiclentlg
Student Council, 1, 2, 3, 4 lvice
presidentlg Choir, 1, 3, 43 Band,
1, 2, 3, 4 lpresiclentjg Maroon
and White, 2, 3, 4 lco-sports
editorlg Quill and Scroll, 3, 4
lvice presiclentlg Cannon-Aid,
4 lco-photographerlg National
Honor Society, 4.
A real smart boy with lots of
And in our class he's most
Football, 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball,
1, 2, 3, 4, Track, 2, 3, 4, Sen-
ior Science Club, 3g Varsity
Club, 2, 3, 4.
,lim is the dark-haired lad
Who started the touchdown fad.
LINDA ANN MCCLEAF
Student Council, lg G.A.A., 1,
2, 3, 45 Choir, 1, 2, 3, 43 Dra-
matics Club, 1, 25 Cheerleaders,
2, 3, 4 lco-captainlg Maroon
and White, 3, 43 Quill ancl
Her uniform is Maroon and
Her cheer is "Fight Team
Football, 1, 33 Track, 2, 33
Audio-Vsiual Club, 3g Hi-Y, 4.
Short and French, he gets his
On the cinders he'll get his
LYNNE LOUISE MCCOY
G.A.A., 4, Play Committees, 3g
Mask and Wig, 4, Dramatics
Club, 2, 3, Civil Wat Round
She has quietness as her -way
But she's in there fighting for
JAY HOWARD 5
Laboratory Science Club, 3.
So handsome and friendly is
So full of fun and not a bit shy.
Class OEce, 4 lpresidentlg Stu-
dent Council, 4g Track, 1, 2,
3, 4, Band, 1, 2, 3, 4s Maroon
and White, 3, 4 fco-feature
eclitorjg Cannon-Aid, 4g
and Scroll, 3, 45 Stamp Club,
lg Journalism Club, 23 Labora-
tory Science Club, 35 National
Honor Society, 4.
A future chemist who likes to
As Co-feature Editor for the
Maroon and White.
LARRY McCREA MICKLEY
Football, 2, 3, 4, Track, 2, 43
Ping-Pong, lg Hi-Y, 2, 3g Civil
War Round Table, 4.
A shy guy off the field
But on the gridiron he 1von't
BARBARA KAY MILLER
G.A.A., 3, 4g Play Committees,
35 Mask and Wig, 4g Choir, 1,
2, 3, 4g Dramatics Club, 2,
French Club, 33 Civil War
Round Table, 4.
The other half of the blue-eyed
With her giggles many friends
The Most Talkative Students
Richard McCleaf and Carolyn Kime
BONNIE FAYE MILLER
G.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 45 Play Com-
mittees, 3g Mask and Wig, 4,
Choir, 1, 2, 3, 45 Dramatics
Club, Z5 French Club, 3, Civil
War Round Table, 4.
Only by her more sporty whims
Can she he told from her sister
Football, 1, 2, Basketball, 1, 2,
33 Track, 1, Z, 3g Campus Im-
provement Club, lg Checker
Club, 2g Hi-Y, 4.
Basketball is his favorite game
He is in our hall of fame.
RUTH ANN MILLER
Typing Club, 23 Bulletin Board
Club, 3, Civil War Round
A typist of the first degree
She's a girl who always agrees.
Bill Vocational Agriculture
Football, 2, F.F.A., 1, 2, 3, 4.
Often :een on a tractor
Plowing fields is an important
JERRY REED NETH
Track, 4g Play Cast, 3s Choir,
1, 2, 3, 4g Band, 1, 2, 33 Span-
ish Club, lg Hi-Y, Z, 3 lChap-
On the land, sea, or in the air
If there's any trouble you know
he': been there.
GARY LYNE NETT
Football, 1, 3, 45 Track, 2, 35
Auclio-Visual Club, lg Archery
Club, Zg Hi-Y, 3.
Our football team'.v right end
A :mile to all he'll lend.
KAREN SHEILA PARKER
G.A.A., 2, 3, Play Cast, 3g
Mask and Vfig, 3, Journalism
On her horxer :he like: to ride
While writing poetry on the
RITA LUCILLE PI-IEIL
Vocational Home Economic:
F.H.A., 1, 2, 3, 4 lvice pres-
A very active girl in F.H.A.
She can do anything short of
WILLIAM PAUL PINKO
Football, 3g Basketball, 1gTrack,
2, 3, 43 Tropical Fish Club, lg
Coin Club, 2.
Here': a fellow with lots of pep
In track he's really hep.
IRA LUTHER PLANK
Football, lg Mask and Wig, 3,
45 Red Cross Council, 1, 2, 33
Stage Craft Club, 3, 4.
Big hearted guy with a friendly
A real bug on stage craft.
CONNIE LEE PLITT
Central York High School, 13
Maroon and White, 4.
This pretty girl with greenish
Has her mind on a certain guy.
Library Assistant, 1, 2, 3, 45
Library Science Club, 1, 2, 4.
Library experience can help her
Any hook that you may lack.
EDNA ANN PRESLEY
Gray High School, 1, 23 Bul-
letin Board Club, 3.
West Virginny is this gal's
A sharp, Southern dialect she'll
ELAINE RUTH PROSSER
Student Council, 4g G.A.A., 1,
2, 3, 4g G.A.A. Cabinet, 43
Choir, 1, 2, 3, 4g Maroon and
Whim, 3, 4 lco-sports editorlg
Quill and Scroll, 45 F.T.A., 2, 3
lsecretaryl , 4 lpresidentj 3 Span-
ish Club, 2, 3 lvice presidentjg
N'ational Honor Society, 4.
This year's President of F.T.A.
Any sport she'd like to play.
AMELIA ANN REBERT
M e Me General
Cannon-Aid, 45 Dramatics Club,
lg Typing Club, 23 Bulletin
Board Club, 35 Civil Wa: Round
She's always helpful and does
And for art she has a certain
The Biggest Flirts
Judy Weishaar and Dick Crist
Mike Vocational Agriculture
choir, lg F.F.A., 2, 3, 4.
A lively boy with lots of zest
In ftzming he'll be one of the
Bulletin Board Club, 3.
This dark-haired lass
Is a whiz in Shorthand class.
PHILIP LEE IQEDMAN
Phil A cademic
Student Council, 23 Football, lg
Basketball, lg Track, 2, 3, 43
Play Cast, 3, 43 Choir, 1, 2, 45
Maroon and White, Z, 3, 43
Tropical Fish Club, lg Spanish
Club, 2, 3.
As circulation manager for the
Maroon and White
He arranges those ads so they
fit just right.
Iunie Vocational A gricul ture
F.F.A., 1 lassistant secretaryl,
2, 3, 4 ltreasurerl.
Around the farm you'll final
When he's with you, you're
LUXIE ANN RILEY
G.A.A., 13 Cannon-Aid, 45
F.T.A., 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club,
35 Civil War Round Table, 4.
In the crystal ball we see a
Possessing kindness as a main
Student Council, 2, 39 G.A.A.,
1, 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. Cabinet, 43
Play Cast, 3, 45 Maslc and Wig,
3, 4, National Thespians, 4,
Choir, 1, 2, 3, 4 laccompanistlg
Maroon and White, 3, 4 lfea-
ture eclitorjg Quill and Scroll,
3, 4 lpresiclentlg National
Honor Society, 4.
A wonderful actress upon the
Also adds color to the feature
Vocational Home Economics
F.H.A., 1, 2, 3 ltreasurerl, 4.
Cooking will some day he
This girl's most important duty.
EARL JAMES RUDISILL
Coin Club, lg Civil War Round
A real swell guy 1vho's nice to
When "Slim's" around you sure
Mask and Wig, 3, 43 Choir, 1,
35 Mechanical Drawing Club, 1,
25 Stage Craft Club, 3, 4.
In music, stage work, and M. D.
This guy works enthusiastically.
GEORGE LEE SCOTT
Audio-Visual Club, 2.
In shop "Scotty" shines
Mid the paint and turpentine.
JAMES MORRIS SCOTT
Choir, 1, 2, 3, 45 Band, 1, 2,
3, 4g Cannon-Aid, 4g Dramatics
Club, Z5 Russian Language
He plays his tuba in the band
And never asks for a helping
Football, 13 Choir, l, 25 Auto
Mechanic Club, 4.
His sense of humor makes him
And when he's near no one
JACK MATTHEW SEASE
Thurmont, Md. - Thurman:
High School, 1, 2, 3.
A new addition to our school,
Working with cars, he's no fool.
PEGGY ROSE SHANER
French Club, 3g Civil War
Round Table, 4.
She likes nothing complicated
or full of frivolity
A future secretary she wants
Dan Vocational Agriculture
F.F.A., 1, 2,'3, 4.
A more quiet lad will never
lt's so seldom that he utters
The Quietest S tudents
Patsy Gulden and Donald Sharrah
DARLA JEAN SHAULL
F.B.L.A., 4 ltreasurerj.
This secretary is efficient and
always on the hall
She has a real cute smile and is
friendly to all.
G.A.A., 1, 23 Dramatics Club,
25 Typing Club, 3g F.B.L.A., 4.
So very short and so 'very sweet
With a lively smile that is hard
Auto Mechanics Club, 4 lpresi-
With cars he is a time spender
Fixing a window, wheel or
JUDY LEE SINGLEY
G.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Choir, 13
Civil War Round Table, 4.
Among her delights are G.A.A.
She's a skillful player on our
DONNA LEAH ROSE
Donna A cademic
G.A.A., 3, 45 Play Committees,
33 Mask and Wig, 3, 43 Choir,
1, 2, 3, 45 Cannon-Aid, 4g
Spanish Club, 3, Civil War
Round Table, 4.
This gal is full of kindness and
A mighty fine nurse she'll
DEAN HARLAN STEINER
Play Cast, 3, Mask and Wig, 3,
45 Choir, 1, Z, 3, 4, Band, 1,
2, I-Ii-Y, 1, 2, 3, 4.
This young man is a real nice
Thanks to him we have Senior
L MARGARET MURRAY
Play Committees, 3g Cannon-
Aid, 4 lieature eclitorjg Jour-
nalism Club, 23 Spanish Club,
3, Civil War Round Table, 4.
A nicer girl would be hard to
She's got responsibility and is
LLOYD A. STERNER, JR.
Coin Club, 1, Civil War Round
Short guy who's quiet and shy
Any task he's 'willing to try.
Football, 1, Z, 33 Track, 2, 3,
4, Choir, lg Hi-Y, 1, 2, 3, 4.
This clean-cut boy has many
His work in athletics never ends.
Football, 1, 3, Track, 33 Civil
War Round Table, 4.
He jigures out problems without
paper or rule
Probably one of the best math
students in school.
JOAN MARIE TAWNEY
Play Committees, 3, 4g Choir,
1, 2, 3, 4g Ping-Pong Club, '15
Typing Club, 2, F.B.L.A., 3
Give her a typewriter and let
She 'won't stop working until
you say so.
Play Committees, 33 Journalism
Club, 2, Russian Language Club,
3g Civil War Round Table, 4.
Her temperament makes her
like to argue
And with "Prof" many discus-
'sions she does pursue.
Play Committees, 3, Choir, 1, 2,
3, 4, Maroon and White, 3, 45
Cannon-Aid, 45 Spanish Club,
She's our dancer full of grace
Tall in stature, cute in face.
Track, 2, 3, 4 fmanagerlg Play
Cast, 35 Mask and Wig, 4
lvice presidentlg Band, 1, 2, 3,
43 Cannon-Aid, 4g Hi-Y, 13
F.F.A., 2, 3, 4, National Honor
His speech on Soil Conservation
Won him acclaim thru the
CAROL JEAN TRIVITT
Vocational Home Economics
F.H.A., 1, 2, 35 Civil War
Round Table, 4.
A future homemaker she's sure
If you don't agree just wait
The Most Musical Students
Guy Weikert and Eileen Zeigler
UTZ, JR. '
Dick Gene ral
Football, 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball,
1, Z, 35 Track, 1, 2, 33 Var-
sity Club, 2, 3, 4.
It is in sports that this guy
For a winning score he always
ELVA MAE VALENTINE
Vocational Home Economics
Choir, lg F.H.A., 1, 2 ftreas-
Some day a good homemaker
she will make
Because a vocational course she
Richard Montgomery High
School, 1, 23 Play Committees,
3, F.B.L.A., 35 Civil War
Round Table, 4 fsecretaryl.
From South of Mason-Dixon
That Rebel charm is her sign.
G.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 4g Choir, 1.
As a secretary she,ll go a long,
Performing her chores each and
CHERYL ELAINE WEAVER
G.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 4g G. A. A.
Cabinet, 4 fsectetarylg Play
Committees, 33 Choir, 1, 2, 3, 43
Cannon-Aid, 4g Ping-Pong Club,
1, Red Cross Council, 3 ltreas-
urerjg Civil War Round Table,
4, F. T. A., 1, 2, 3.
In hockey, basketball, or games
of any sort
She gives the team her utmost
Dick A cademic
Class Oflice, 4 ltreasuretjg
Choir, 1, Z, 3, 4g Band, 1, 2, 3,
43 Stamp Club, lg Civil War
Round Table, 4.
With musical ability Dick is
For G-burg High he has always
done his best.
GUY WILBUR WEIKERT
Student Council, 1, 4 fptesi-
dentjg Basketball, 1, 2, Play
Cast, 3, 45 Mask and Wig, 3,
4, National Tbespians, 3, 4,
Choir, 1, 2, 3, 4, Band, I, Z,
3, 45 Maroon and White, 45
Cannon-Aid, 43 Hi-Y, 35 Na-
tional Honor Society, 4.
Heads the government of our
And with the girls he is real
LARRY GRANT WEIKERT
M ousie General
Football, lg Civil War Round
"Mousie" is the name he's
known by most
Of a pleasing personality he
J UDITH LOUISE
G.A.A., lg Choir, 1, Major-
ettes, 3, 4 lheadjg Cannon-Aid,
45 Dramatics Club, 2, 33 Civil
War Round Table, 4.
This red-haired girl is really
You'll always find her at the
head of the band.
GARY BRANDON WHITE
Football, 4, Basketball, Z, 43
Baseball, 4g Hi-Y, 43 Civil War
Round Table, 4.
"Rabbit" is this chap's common
For this and politeness he has
Won his fame.
Student Council, 2, 3, 4,
G.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 45 G.A.A.
Cabinet, 4 fpresiclentlg Play
Committees, 3, Mask and Wig,
49 Maroon and White, 4g Quill
and Scroll, 4g Cannon-Aicl, 4g
National Honor Society, 4.
Roses were given to this queen
When she reigned at Halloween.
Play Committees, 3, 4, Mask
and Wig, 45 Choir, 13 Cannon-
Aid, 4g Audio-Visual Club, 1,
2, 3, 4 finstructorl.
This l2oy's a whiz around the
Cars and electronics are his rage.
CARL GIRBERT WOERNER
Carl Vocational Agriculture
F.F.A., 1, 2 lassistant treasurerJ,
3 lsentinelj, 4 lconductorJ.
Here's a boy who rates an A
For faithful service in F.F.A.
SHELVY JEAN WOERNER
Play Committees, 35 Red Cross
Council, 1, 2, Spanish Club, 3,
Civil War Round Table, 4.
A Spanish Club picnic she'll
And her senior year which he-
gan in September.
Vocational Home Economics
F.H.A., 1, 2 fsecretaryl, 3
As a future homemaker she's
Her future cooking will pass
DORIS JEAN YINGLING
Class Office, 2 fsecretarylg
Choir, 1, 3, 43 Band, 1, 25
Maroon and White, 45 Cannon-
Aicl, 45 Coin Club, Ig Spanish
Club, Zg Bulletin Board Club,
3, Civil War Round Table, 4.
As a reporter for the Maroon
She digs for the news with all
Class Ofiice, 3 fpresidentjg Stu-
dent Council, 1, 2, 33 Play
Committees, 3g Mask and Wig,
3, 4 fsecretaryjg Choir, 1, 2, 3,
4, Band, 1, 2, 3, 43 Majorettes,
45 Maroon and White, 4 fnews
editorJg Quill and Scroll, 4
fsecretarylg Cannon-Aid, 4,
F.T.A., 3, 43 Civil War Round
Table, 4g National Honor So-
Voted the most musical girl in
Her sweetness and charm are
hard to surpass.
The Most Versatile Students
Janet White and John Lott
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First Row, left to right: V. Bowling, R. Bowling, S. Colclsmith, B. Allison, A. Bream, A. Christophersen, R.
Coshun, M. Bucher.
Second Row: Brooks, R. Carbaugh, C. Bushey, Culp, L. Bowers, R. Bowers, L. Clapsacldle.
Third Row: R. Biesecker, Briclenclolph, R. Baker, T. Collins, D. Breighner, R. Coddington, W. Clapsaddle
Fourth Row: R. Beeler, K. Baumgarclner, K. Bigham, C. Crone, W. Bowling, D. Appler, D. Callahan.
Not in Picture: Brown, R. Carey, B. Beard.
First Row, left to right: C. Dettinbum, F. I-less, M. Dirzler, K. Heifran, Gulden, B. Davis, Dubs.
Second Row: C. Dillman, C. Fetter, F. Eyler, R. Holland, C. Hostecter, S. Gaston, S. Fox.
Third Row: I-I. Dick, G. Dick, C. Forsythe, E. Heimerer, D. Freed, I. Glenny, Hoover.
Fourth Row: R. Doaks, Fox, C. Fritz, T. Gilbert, L. Helwig, W. Geiman, I-Iartzel.
Not in Picture: E. Deatriclc, B. Glenn, T. Goshorn, Doersom, R. Eiker.
First'RoW, left to right: S. Nett, E. Hull, C. Kim, G. Maltese, E. Jordan, Kime, W. McFeaters.
Second Row: A. Neal, D. Little, C. Baker, W. Kennell, G. McDannell, W. Larmer, R. Kuykendall, A
Third Row: R. Leatherman, J. Myers, E. Leatherman, K. Neely, J. Lupp, M. Maring, L. Legore, T
Fourth Row: D. jones, D. Miller, W. Lutz, G. Nelson, L. Keefer, Longaneclcer, D. Miller, H. Mc-
Not in Picture: Jeffcoat, G. Ketterman, D. McKenzie.
Mr. Allen Gray, Miss Mary Quigley
Seated: Sandy Coldsmith ftreasurerj, Peggy Ditz-
Standing: Conway Bushey fvice-presidentj, Richard
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First Row, left to right: D. Shade, F. Poole, M. Sanders, S. Reed, E. Price, L. Raffensperger, M. Sargeant, M
Second Row: Schwartz, E. Shelleman, M. Shultz, M. Peterson, A. Ruclcelshaus, V. Rider, P. Shultz, R
Third Row: G. Redding, P. Plank, M. Shealer, G. Plank, R. Schwartz, R. Shade, Paddock, R. Rosenberger.
Fourth Row: A. Newell, L. Schartiger, Redding, P. Olson, G. Reimer, C. Root, W. Shindledeclcer, R. Schubart
Not in Picture: H. Ray, P. Riggs.
The junior class under the brilliant
command of unoiiicial class sponsor, Colo-
nel Jacob M. Sheads, took its customary
lead in field maneuvers this year.
With a burst of driving energy, the
juniors soundly defeated the Seniors in .
the fall magazine drive, poclceting ap-
proximately one thousand dollars as a re-
sult of their perseverance and hard work.
Mid-term found members of the class
anxiously awaiting both the arrival of col-
lege board results and class rings. Careful
plans were being laid out for the spring
After varsity pledge initiation day, dur-
ing which junior boys carried innumer-
able stacks of books and picked up count-
less pieces of waste paper for seniors, the
tired initiates were already scheming re-
venge for next year's batch of boys.
In the early spring the class play gave
juniors a chance to exhibit their artistic
and dramatic talents.
Excellent planning for the junior-Sem
ior Spring Prom brought the furious ac-
tivity of this year's class to a highly enter-
taining and successful climax.
Varsity Club Pledge Day signifes bard work, candy bars, and
demerits to junior initiates.
Tom Collins seems to he pleased with the college
boards results which Miss Louise Ramer, guidance
counselor, has shown him.
First Row, left to right: S. Wetzel, D. Wolff, L. Trostle
Second Row: W. Skidmore, S. Witherow, K. Skidmorei
Third Row: L. Sterner, S. Wise, D. Valentine, E. Swan
Fourth Row: Waite, S. Shuyler, G. Trostle, K. Singley:
juniors, Barbara Beard and Sandy Coldsmith, proudly display
their shiny new rings to fellow classmates Dick
Simpson and Ed Zeigler.
B. Speelman, D. Stone, B. Smith, J. Walhay, P. Tawney.
R. Simpson, R. Spangler, R. Eiker, C. Sprigg, R. Smith.
B. Beard, D. Woodward, L. Smith, F. Wilde.
E. Zeigler, T. Whittinghill, M. Wagner, W. Stouclc.
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First Row, left to right: S. Bowers, B. Chaplin, A. Bucher, E. Chaplin, Cassatt, D. Chapman.
Second Row: L. Angell, D. Bucher, S. Clapsaddle, E. Altoif, R. Carey, L. Bream, Cool.
Third Row: A. Bushman, R. Carbaugh, T. Bulleit, N. Bow, R. Barb, E. Bigham, Bream.
Fourth Row: P. Adams, S. Bloom, R. Britcher, Biggins, M. Cartzendafner, R. Baumgardner,
W. Benson. .
Not in Picture: M. Carson.
First Row, left to right: R. Cullison, R. Fairman, L. Cowan, Dellinger, M. Dorr, B. Ditchhurn,
Second Row: R. Deitch, L. Flohr, L. Cronlund C. Cullison, L. Gillard, Crone, M. Crabhs.
Third Row: D. Dick, R. Flohr, Forsythe, D. Dove, D. Deardorff, S. Gastley, E. Elledge.
Fourth Row: C. Fisher, R. Deitz, R. Gilbert, R. Doersom, Z. Goshorn, Eiker, D. Doyle.
Not in Picture: R. Crandall, C. Eyler, R. Forty, P. Geyer.
First Row, left to right: Hess, C. Greiner, R. Hollabaugh, W. Gulclen, V. Greenwald, D. Her
ring, H. Guise.
Second Row: L. Helwig, S. Hartman, B. Hay, M. Hartman, S. Hull, T. Henniger, K. Gotwalt,
Third Row: D. Hockey, N. Helfriclc, V. Hoffman, S. Hoalc, P. Heflin, D. Greenawalt, Guise
Fourth Row: D. Heagey, M. Green, J. Hoffman, R. Hartzell, E. Hoak, G. Guise, H. Hartman.
First Row, left to right: P. Leatherman, E. Jackson, D. Lord, D. Keckler, B. Kann, L. Keckler.
Second Row: P. Kump, G. Kujovich, L. Legore, F. Keys, D. Koontz, W. Keefer, D. King, R. Jones.
Third Row: Kammerer, N. Kuhn, M. Kerlin, B. Johnson, A. Karrasch, G. Kump, D. Kennell.
Fourth Row: W. Jones, S. Kelley, L. Johnson, K. Kime, T. Kelly, E. Kump, Kunkel.
Not in Picture: M. Kelly.
First Row, left to right: R. Miller, L. McDannell, S. McCrorie, S. Moritz, S. Monn, C. Plank, C.
Second Row: Plank, B. Mosser, C. Miller, K. McDonnell, D. Mumper, C. McCans.
Third Row: R. Mickley, Newman, M. Nutter, L. McFeaters, K. Newman, K. McCullough.
Fourth Row: G. Martin, J. Newell, Nett, Mcllhenny, Orndorff, L. Miller, S. Nimtz.
Not in Picture: R. Newman, Null.
First Row. left to right: M. Shorb, K. Shindleclecker, L. Rinehart, S. Shultz, Potter, L. Presley,
Rose, G. Strausbaugh.
Second Row: Shultz, V. Plank, S. Riflle, S. Shriver, B. Reecl, M. Singer, E. Schultz.
Third Row: D. Shriver, H. Riclinger, S. Rohrbaugh, B. Sease, D. Shull, Redding, R. Reaves
Fourth Row: R. Selby D. Schwenk, Riley, T. Shealer, Saum, R. Sietz.
Not in Picture: P. Plank.
First Row, left to right: Tully, C. Valentine, Taughinbaugh, S. Tauscher, 'C. Stone, N. Stevens,
Second Row: Trent, L. Speelman, Toms, Tuckey, B. Taclcett, M. Spidle, Topper.
Third Row: S. Spranlcle, E. Tilberg, Tawney, M. Treas, M. Stone, R. Sowers.
Fourth Row: R. Tharp, C. Sleichter, C. Tipton, R. Stokes, J. Teeter, D. Thomas.
Not in Picture: M. Shorb, R. Topper, J. Townsend, E. Tressler.
First Row, left to right: K. Ketterman, G. Wagaman, R. Wills, C. Witter, S. Weilcert, E. Wheeler, S
Wieder, D. Weikert, Sharrah.
Second Row: Woods, D. Baker, C. Eylet, R. Young, N. Wansel, K. Wetzel, D. Koontz, R. Mathna.
Third Row: V. Williams, E. Wilt, M. Wolff, L. Weilcert, K. Waddell, C. Wagaman, N. Voss, D. Wil-
kinson, B. Watson.
Fourth Row: D. Woodward, E. Althoff, H. Weikert, R. Wagner, Waite, S. Welsh, Maddox.
Not in Picture: P. Wenschhof, S. Williams, S. Williamson, P. Wilson, Waddell.
First Row, left to right: R. Decker, R. Cockle, W. Deardorff, M. Cottrell, B. Cool, G. Binkley, A. Eigner,
J. Crilley, C. Dettinburn.
Second Row: E. Elliott, Eyler, M. Doyle, L. Dillman, L. Cromer, F. Ditzler, L. Black, M. Bucher.
Third Row: K. Caulflelcl, S. Crist, M. Ecker, C. Dearclorlf, L. Deitch, L. Eberhart, R. Carlaaugh, D. Car-
baugh, K. Dick.
Fourth Row: W. Cullison, S. Cook, G. Cole, L. Cluck, G. Davis, B. Eden, T. Cline, E. Dutrow, D. Doa
First Row, left to right: S. Bream, A. Bushey, K. Boyer, D. Brodbeck, Brantner, S. Bender,
V. Baker, M. Adelsberger.
Second Row: L. Bucher, R. Bowersox, R. Bowers, J. Bigham, G. Alston, D. Codclington, A.
Baumgardner, T. Brown, Carey.
Third Row: T. Barriga, A. Biesecker, M. Ayre, M. Biesecker, K. Caldwell, B. Bixler, Bowl
ing, S. Bow-
Fourth Row: R. Bollinger, B. Baker, W. Beaston, T. Benner, L. Brent, -I. Baker, T. Callahan.
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First Row, left to rigl7t:. R. Fox, R. Fox, R. Ginevan, W. Forsythe, R. Hyson, M. Harmon, P. Fazenbaker
Second Row: S. Green, M. Hole, K. Hartman, C. Folkemer, C. Harvey, P. Hill, R. Fiscel, Hoclc.
Third Row: R. Hanlcey, P. Hess, N. Forsythe, G. Hamalcer, L. Hofe, H. Hull, B. Hostetter, C. Hook
Fourth Row: R. Fitz, T. Heflin, D. Finlcboner, T. Gilbert, B. I-Iinkle, K. Fissel, D. Guise, G. Herring.
Not in Picture: D. Fidler, R. Forsythe.
First Row, left to right: S. Lear, L. Kepner, W. Kuykendall, C. Kuhn, N. Johnson, McNair, D. Jacobs, E. Jelfcoat,
Second Row: B. Kessel, M. Kriclc, B. Linebaugh, B. Keclcler, R. Lawver, L. Kuhn, B. Lane, G. McCann, D. Kravetz,
Third Row: J. Lawver, S. Lott, P. Keeney, E. Johnson, L. LeGore, G. Look, S. Jackson, L. Keller, P. Johns.
Fourth Row: R. Kint, T. Malinoslcy, K. Kitzmiller, B. Jones, D. Liss, Logan, R. Kelley, Kennell.
Not in Picture? D. Jacoby, D. Lutz.
First Row, left to right: P. Olinger, C. Musselman, S. Musser, N. Murdock, E. McGlaughlin, P. Mc-
Second Row: R. Miller, G. McDannell, G. Mickley, K. Mumaw, G. Miller, Person, W. Mellors, J.
Third Row: L. Mallow, K. Orwig, M. Nett, V. McCleaf, S. Nett, Mickey, G. Myers, Nary.
Fourth Row: A. Mulberry, E. McFarland, P. Miller, Matthews, F. Myers, F. Pittenturf, P. Menges, S.
Newell, B. Moorhead.
Not in Picture: McNair.
First Row: S. Shoemaker, S. Reedy, L. Riley, D. Shultz, R. Richardson, Presley, Rohrbaugh, Ramos.
Second Row: R. Richardson, D. Rice, M. Pinko, S. Redding, Redding, G. Reeves, G. Schaut, R. Plank, E.
Third Row: N. Rummel, L. Sease, Ptout, R. Schneider, V. Schultz, S. Reimer, E. Sachs, L. Riley, Plank.
Fourth Row: E. Plank, R. Schultz, D. Sanders, D. Reever, P. Riley, T. Pritt, Rowe, E. Pottorff.
Not in Picture: T. Rohrbaugh.
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First Row, left to right: R. Selby, C. Singley, D. Singley, D. Snyder, L. Smith, L. Shepard, H. Speelman
Second Row: R. Schwartz, A. Stahle, L. Simpson, P. Shealer, L. Shainline, C. Shelleman, Sietz E
Third Row: Shaffer, V. Slonalcer, P. Seymour, P. Shue, K. Stansbury, Staley, B. Scott, M. Smith
Fourth Row: R. Sell, R. Smith, R. Sharrah, M. Sheacls,
Not in Picture: Shultz, C. Smith.
R. Speir, C. Simmons, Smith.
First Row, left to right: S. Thompson, D. Weaver, S. Swope, D. Swope, P. Wasliington, C. Wansel, L. Tocldes
Second Row: E. Walter, R. Weiltert, B. Zeigler, Weaver, Zinn,
Third Row: L. Swiger, D. Weaver, P. Wills, S. Topper, L. Starner,
Fourth Row: Waybright, E. Wenschhof, T. Weikert, nl. Wormley,
Not in Picture: M. Staub, N. Swope, Topper, Weaver, J. Zinn,
N. Weikert, Zeigler, D. Yingling.
C. Wetzel, D. Washington, F. Sterner.
E. Thomas, Wolfe, W. Wirth, W. Star
Flamboyant ties, 1890 hair-cio's, sneakers and wild checkered vests were set
this spring by sophomore ringleaders as THE STYLE of dress for senior boys.
Adjustment to senior high life was obviously no great problem for sophomores,
now in their Hrst year of senior high school.
Other less imaginative but important activities in which tenth graders partic-
ipated were dances, plays, the operetta "Mr. Crane of Sleepy Hollow," and
various sports. sophomores also held their share of responsibility in many school
A ,, ... ,N ri it 'T'
1. tres- H
ef'-ef iff era, 1 ,
Mrs. Betty Hinckley
N Mr. Donald Bickel
Miss Dorothy Boyer, Mr. George Glenn.
Seated: Mary Biesecker fpresidentj, Sally Crist fvice
Standing: Carolyn Musselman ftreasurerj, Linda Hoff
Among other things, ninth graders this year took a day
trip to the Adams County Court House in accordance with
their governmental stucliesg built volcanos, rockets, and grew
crystals in Earth Science classesg and for the first time
struggled with courses in Guidance and Family Living.
Menmbers of the freshman class decided in the fall what
course of study they would follow during their four years at
Gettysburg High. They worked diligently in the all-school
operetta, in the Spring Night of Music and in the junior
high one-act plays.
These lively underclassmen are eagerly awaiting next year
when they will join the roll of the senior high school students.
Seated: Cheryl Schaffer ftreasurerj, Nancy Ro-
Standing: Phyllis Ackley fsecretaryl, Virginia
Dearclorff fvice presidentl.
4 OFFICERS AND ADVISERS
Seated: Andrew Teeter fvice presidentj, Larry White ftreas-
urerj, Bruce VanDyke fpresidentj, Barbara Collins fsecretaryl.
Standing: Miss Joann Snyder, Mr. Fred Haehnlen Qadvisersj.
Did you ever ask for the ofiice and be sent to the gym?
Late arrivals to class, confusion in the halls, new names
and faces, are some of the perils facing the newest members
of G.H.S., the eighth graders.
The enthusiasm of Lincoln School overflows the rooms
as each pupil strives for recognition in his new and at
times confusing role as a high school student.
A new list of activities, and a variety of subjects broaden
the curriculum and widen their outlook on school life.
Miss Mary Hartman, Mr. Charles Lilley.
If you could observe the bustling daily life of
Lincoln School where the lively seventh graders are
housed, you would see that it functions as almost
an entirely separate unit from the high school build-
Seventh graders publish their own small but in-
teresting newspaper, "The Lincoln Log." They study
in an integrated program of English and Social
Studies for half of the school clay. The test of the
time is devoted to art, music, math and other classes.
This system was designed to aid the unexperienced
seventh graders' adjustments to the platoon system
of classes upon transferring to the high school
In the spring the Lincoln students hold a Eurasian
dinner in connection with their social studies pro-
gram. Foreign dishes and costumes are the main
features of the banquet.
First row, left to right: P. Aclcley, C. Bishop, B. Arnsberger, Baker, Bous, N. Baker, B. Bell R. Carver.
Second Row: B. Baker, B. Clapper, Baker, C. Codori, L. Cluck, B. Adams, J. Baker, N. Conner.
Third Row: L. Bushey, R. Baltzley, W. Bucher, L. Bowers, G. Carr, L. Coclcle, P. Bere, A. Baker.
Fourth Row: Althoif, E. Baker, G. Boring, Alberts, F. Andrews, P. Bolen, K. Black, Bollinger.
Not in Picture: L. Bell, Bollinger, R. Chaplin, S. Conner.
First Row, left to right: K. Currens, M. Declcer, L. Dillon, Davies, R. Dubbs, Fleming, E. Eller.
Second Row: D. Dellinger, M. Ficller, B. Cullison, Dengler, O. Fissel, V. Dearclorff, L. Fisher, L.
Third Row: D. Follcenroth, L. Gantz, M. Gastley, S. Fiscel, L. Dunkleberger, Crone, R. Daugherty,
Fourth Row: C. Deardorff, W. Deatriclc, M. Eyler, R. Deitch, D. Eisenhower, Coscia, B. Crandell,
Not in Picture: B. Dirner, S. Engleberc, M. Fike.
First Row, left to right: G. Helfrick, Helfriclc, L. Harbaugh, S. Hann, B. Hanson, Hoke.
Second Row: D. Gorman, K. Gebhart, M. Herring, P. Jelfcoat, V. Hikes, T. Helwig, W. Hill, W. Horner
Third Row: C. Hankey, G. Harvey, D. Hubbard, B. Hixon, C. Hinckley, P. Green, H. Hull, H. Imler.
Fourth Row: M. Hawn, L. Henry, D. Hoffman, K. Howe, D. Herring, H. Gochenour, C. Heyser, S. Jack-
Not in Picture: L. Herring, S. Hess.
First Row, left to right: M. McCadclen, M. Leatherman, Keller, Malcolm, M. Martin, D. Mc-
Dannell, McCoy, W. Kravetz, D. McCans.
Second Row: M. Lawrence, M. Keefer, L. McCleaf, R. Little, S. McCarney, C. McCleaf, D. Kargas,
D. Kr-oft, M. Mayer.
Third Row: L. Kinley, L. McCleaf, M. Kessel, S. Metz, L. LeGore, B. Liss, P. Kindig, P. Kunkel.
Fourth Row: I. Lawver, G. Kynor, L. Kane, G. Klocker, S. Markley, B. MacPhail, B. McFeaters,
Not in Picture: L. Lawver, D. McCans.
First Row, left to right: B. Nimtz, Pirzer, R. Miller, Miller, Pritt, A. Miller, D. Nath, L. Mummert,
Second Row: B. Musselman, M. Myers, S. Miller, Reed, Pickering, R. Moser, H. Nixon, R. Paris, R. Raf-
Third Row: S. Nunamaker, L. Parish, M. Reynolds, S. Musser, B. Nunamaker, M. Miller, A. Plank, D. Recard.
Fourth Row: R. Peake, G. Reber, C. Raifensperger, C. Richardson, R. Plank, C. Myers, E. Price.
Not in Picture: W. Nace.
First Row, left to right: M. Sargeant, D. Rohrhaugh, Schwartz, R. Shultz, K. Sanders, Sheeley, D. Shaef-
fer, C. Shafer.
Second Row: T. Rose, P. Shultz, L. Sanders, V. Shellemen, Shanoltz, D. Sheely, Shultz, N. Rosenherger,
Third Row: L. Shealer, C. Schwartz, K. Schuhart, B. Sanders, D. Sharrah, P. Shultz, Richardson, L. Shin-
Fourth Row: R. Rosenberry, R. Scott, Shank, E. Rohrbaugh, E. Sanders, F. Schwartz, S. Shields, F. Shafer.
Not in Picture: M. Shaner, L. Shindledecker.
First Row, left to right: D. Slayhaugh, M. Smith, F. Sconesifer, S. Sowers, D. Starner, L. Thomas, C. Thomp-
son J. Sculrz.
Secimd Row: R. Thompson, P. Taughinhaugh, L. Thompson, L. Street, M. Snowberger, D. Staub, M. Toddes,
Third Row: Singley, M. Simpson, D. Thomas, Thompson, C. Smith, P. Tipton, T. Spahr, C. Smith.
Fourth Row: C. Stoner, R. Teeter, C. Stoner, A. Slegal, S. Strausbaugh, A. Teeter, Spriggf C. Smith.
Not in Picture: O. Sterner.
First Row, left to right: Weber, R. Williams, G. Wisotzkey, L. Verdier, D. Wagaman, E. Wetzel, J
Voss, Wansel, M. Woodward.
Second Row: A. Wetzel, D. Weaver, L. Trent, L. Young, V. Weaner, L. Topper, T. Wallace, D. Toomey
Third Row: D. Weikert, R. Williams, D. Wishard, S. Williams, B. Tally, A. Trostle, L. Zhea, B. Wright
Fourth Row: M. Williams, W. Deal, B. Vannoy, M. Walhay, R. Woodward, D. Witherow, A. Zettle, R
Not in Picture: A. Williams, S. Williams.
First Row, left to right: C. Clapsaddle, C. Cluck, Anders, B. Brantner, E. Biesecker, D. Adelsberger,
E. Blanchard, Brodbeclc.
Second Row: Bender, F. Beechinor, L. Bucher, B. Bulleit, E. Bergdale, D. Bream, H. Bowmaster.
Third Row: M. Biggins, D. Bowers, M. Brennan, B. Bloser, C. Bush, L. Brown, S. Cline, M. Clapsaddle.
Fourth Row: D. B1-earn, Allison, Bittinger, D. Beaston, R. Bowers, W. Bulleit, V. Baker.
Not in Picture: R. Boyer.
First Row, left to right: P. Cluck, B, Collins, C. Davies, -I. Dillon, C. Cool, V. Glenny, B.
Second Row: K. Dick, R. Doersom, W. Dillon, L. Early, Eckert, Cool, E. Dellinger.
Third Row: M. Cook, A. Eisenhower, B. Eyler, G. Ford, H. Ford, S. Cool, R. Davis, D. Dayhoif.
Fourth Row: M. Cluclc, R. Conover, D. Eden, Cullison, S. Dague, W. Dague, C. Cross.
Not in Picture: R. Eilcer. A .
googffnfolo. B. Goclmenour, s. Gulden, N. Haolaob, T. Hoffman, E. Howaoo, 1. Hofffao, P. Harman, G.
ITI13f:zaL?ohal. K. Hooiona, L. Holland, L. Goof., T. Hodges, G. Haokoy, T. Goof., T. Hess, D. Haaalaob, R.
Ziiffiuia.. J. Gauaghoa, R. Hanisko, J. Hoioof, G. Hoooaogoa, T. Hoffman, T. Hamilton, J. Hafoa, N.
H aaao osmmo
First Row, left to right: McCoy, M. Kropp, B. johnson, S. Kershner, S. Lear, E. Hung, L. Keckler, D
Lewis, L. Little.
Second Row: C. Lott, K. jones, P. Little, R. Kuhn, L. Legore, Martin, S. Keefer, L. Kripple, W. Kynor, D
Third Row: McDannell, K. McDannel, S. Laughman, Maddox, K. Kump, A. Kammerer, R. Mace.
Fourth Row: M. McFarland, S. Mallow, D. Jacoby, S. Kindig, E. Knox,' T. Keckler, T. Kuhn.
Not in Picture: P. Johnson.
First Row, left to right: D. Myers, L. Miller, W. Musselman, T. Marvon, D. Miller, Martin, P. Pentz,
Second Row: S. Monforte, K. Moritz, W. Mickley, Phillips, M. Murdock, L. Nunemalcer, M. Norman,
Third Row: Oller, S. Plank, C. Monn, S. Moorhead, T. Powell, Murray, I-I. Oyler, E. Musser
Fourth Row: I. Miller, R. Newman, M. Nye, N. Myers, E. Mumaw, S. Miller, G. Overton.
Not in Picture: B. Pender.
First Row, left to right: R. Sachs, E. Rhoades, R. Shealer, Sanders, D. Scott, L. Schwartz, L.
Second Row: L. Reedy, L. Rudisill, D. Rohrbaugh, D. Schmitt. G. Ramos, L. Qually, D. Sadler, A.
Third Row: T. Redding, A. Rice, S. Showers, D. Prout, B. Sentz, M. Rich, D. Sanders, I-I. Sessner.
Fourth Row: E. Prout, I. Prout, L. Runk, G. Runk, L. Pritt, W. Pritt, D. Rider.
Not in Picture: K. Richardson, Roberts.
First Row, left to right: Stevens, D. Shultz, C. Slay baugh, C. Stemer, A. Teeter, D. Trostle, E. Sponsel
ler, M. Spahr.
Second Row: B. Simmons, N. Speelman, S. Strickland, S. Stevens, D. Trostle, M. Tauscher, P. Strausbaugh.
Third Row: S. Teetet, Shue, D. Scrausbaugh, B. Starner, B. Van Dyke, C. Swinn.
Fourth Row: P. Shull, P. Speelman, Singley, D. Timmerman, D. Smith, E. Tocldes, B. Snyder.
Not in Picture: R. Shupe, R. Smith, F. Suclers.
First Row, left to right: S. Weikert, White, D. Wright, D. Wolf, G. Weikert, R. Warren,
Wilkins, R. Wolf.
Second Row: S. Waybrant, Waite, L. White, L. Wiseman, W. Weikert, Waybright, L. Waite,
Third Row: N. Zinn, P. Wolf, R. Wetzel, C. Woodward, M. Varner, W. Wilkinson, L. Zern.
Fourth Row: Wagaman. L. Whitney, R. Zepp, D. Warner, S. Yingling, K. Zentz, V. Wirt, L.
Not in Picture: T. Whittinghill.
as a student
The chance of acting in a play,
singing in the choir,
participating in sports and
school government, varies your
life as a student and serves
to broaden your life as
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The student learns as he explores the world of books.
the many sides
"What a busy day!" This exclamation
may he made by a Gettysburg High School
student rushing to an after school meeting,
then to a game or dance that evening. In
addition to his academic activities, which in-
clude homeworlc, research on a term paper,
and extra-credit projects are the many and
High on the list of time-consuming ac-
tivities is school service. Students help their
school by serving as hall monitors, student
council representatives, and in other ca-
pacities. Also important is entertainment
at school functions by our singing group,
The student serves his school . . . The
armband on the sleeve of this hall
monitor indicates that he is serving
by acting as 4 "traffic policeman"
while classes change.
of a student s life
"The Casuals Four," or by GHS's "actors"
and "actresses," Assemblies, Christmas pro-
grams, and dances give the student a chance
or develop his dramatic talent. Participating
and competing in athletics, whether a var-
sity basketball game, intramurals, or a
GAA playoff, allows him to release his
built-up energy and teaches him good sports-
manship. If a student accomplishes a high
goal, he is honored by his fellow students.
The life of a student at Gettysburg High
consists of many hours of challenging, in-
teresting, and enjoyable experiences.
The student on the athletic field and in the gym
. . . Physical education and participation in sports
is a vital part of the student's life at Gettysburg
These, trophies in the display case are proc
of the many honors which a student can
receive for outstanding work.
l The student entertains . . . Backstage a trombone the
piano, a trumpet, and a music book all wait to be used
on the opening night of the all-school operetta
In chemistry class, Elaine Prosser awaits the reaction
of one of her experiments.
"I did it wrong, I'll have to start all over
again!" The student learns by doing.
Through practice and patience the student
acquires knowledge in many fields, from
foreign languages and journalism, to ofiice
procedures and printing. Directions must be
read as carefully in the home-ec room as in
the chemistry lab. The student at Gettys-
burg High learns through the helpful guid-
ance of his teachers, but he himself must
shoulder the responsibility and "tackle the
books." Four plans of study are offered at
Gettysburg High Sschoolg the Academic,
the Commercial, the Vocational, and the
General courses. For the more advanced
students, the College Academic Preparatory
course is now available.
Mr. Feather explains office procedures to com- ,
merical students, Dorothy Slrindledecker
and Dean Steiner.
joe Orndorjf perfects his French accent by using the
records provided for the students attend-
ing foreign language classes.
Down in the print shop, Kenny Shindledecker and John
Saum learn to operate the hand press by printing
tickets for a Saturday night dance.
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To add color to his American History classes, Col.
Sheads compares Marilyn Monroe to the
flappers of the "Roaring Twentiesf'
Mrs. Deitz's junior journalism class looks over a recent issue
of the Maroon and White which will be their
responsibility next year.
In the home-ec room Peggy Shealer and Barb Zeigler
add ingredients to what they hope will be a cake.
they learn by doing
FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA
First Row, left to right: Miss Schwartz faclviserj, S. Reed, D. Valentine, I. Keller, R. Phiel, Q
Dubs, S. Fox.
Second Row: N. Weikert, S. Shultz, C. Valentine, B. Rudisill, E. Wilt, R. Shultz, M. Aclelsberger
Third Row: L. Vfeikert, Kammerer, N. Rummel, B. Yingling.
Not in Picture: P. Shultz, Shultz, Nary, E. Swan, Waddell, E. Tressler.
FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA
First Row, left to right: R. Bowling, M. Dirzler, S. Nett, E. Boyer, L. Rinehart, M. Dorr.
Second Row: Taughinbaugh, E. Zeigler, L. Riley, D. Dearclorif, B. Hess, D. Adams, E. Pros-
Third Row: S. Sprankle, T. Bulleit, N. Voss, C. Hostetter, E. I-Ieimerer, B. Hull, S. Colclsmith,
Fourth Row: L. Bream, Eilcer, B. I-lay, A. Bream, K. Newman.
Fifth Row: N. Kuhn, M. Wolff, C. Hartman, D. Deitch, S. Horner, A. Knouse.
FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA
First Row, left to right: Mr. Glenn fadviserj, Person, G. Miller, R. Weilcert, D. Yingling, S. Redding, L. Black
J. Redding, Mr. Schriver fadviserl.
Second Row: R. Kint, Wolf, M. Bucher, B. Larmer, T. Shealer, T. Rohrbaugh, F. Tilberg, D. Bucher, R. Flohr.
Third Row: R. Redding,.L. Flohr, W. Mosser, H. McDannell, R. Hartzell, B. Baker, R. Kuykendall, L. Bowers, M.
Fourth Row: W. Beaston, Baker, C. Dutrow, F. Dutrow, F. Keys, M. Wagner, W. Clapsaddle, R. Bollinger, E.
Rentzel, D. Sharrah.
Fifth Row: P. Riggs, M. Redding, S. Witherow, W. Keefer, R. Bowers, R. Coddington, R. Cullison, R. Simpson, C.
Not in Picture: S. Clapsaddle, L. Scharriger, D. Coshun, Kunkel, Green, R. Seitz, W. Colvard, G. Trostle, R.
FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA
First Row, left to right: Miss Little fadviserj, C. Dertinburn, M. Sanders, D. Shindledeclcer, C.
Bream, R. Smith, G. Maltese, E. Presley.
Second Row: B. Davies, Schwartz, R. Holland, Crone, Shaull, Tawney, P. Tawney, R
Third Row: R. Leatherman, K. Waddell, E. Leatherman, Myers, E. Shelleman, V. Plank, R
Not in Picture: Brown, F. Eyler.
While members of the Student Coun-
cil decorate for a dance, Ed Heiser
steadies the ladder as Bonnie Smith
adds a finishing touch.
Backstage, the crew for the senior play did a good job with sound effects.
junior High Band students practice a piece which they will
later play at an assembly program.
Mr. Woods keeps Delores Adams, his student
secretary, busy typing tests.
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'Mr. Brownley instructs students in the use of audio-'visual
"Keep the noise DOWN!" These words may
be heard from the capable hall monitors who
serve their school at lunch time and between
classes. Cadet teachers, preparing for future ca-
reers, bravely face the classes in the elementary
schools and in Gettysburg High School. Busy
teachers are glad to have the commercial students
help them. These girls pound the typewriter keys
and toil in the oflice practice room to make copies
of tests and to perform other chores the teachers
have for them. By delivering absent slips to teach-
ers, students serve their school and at the same
time take a leisurely walk through the halls.
Those talented students with artistic ability dec-
orate the gym for dances and the cafeteria for
These are just a few of the ways in which the
student serves G. H. S. In one way or another
each student does his part.
equipment for a lyceurn.
Carl Woerner and Charles Dutrow service
a tractor for a local farmer.
Elaine Prosser, president of F. T. A., relieves
a teacher at Keefauver school as part
of the cadet teaching program.
SENIOR HIGH STUDENT COUNCIL
First Row, left to right: Miss Thomas fadviserl, M. B. WolH:, B. Allison, G. Weikert, Lott, R. Rosenberger
Second Row: E. Prosser, S. Nett, White, S. Tauscher, E. Heimerer, B. Smith, M. N. Sargeant, F. Hess.
Third Row: R. Miller, E. Heiser, C. Bushey, R. Schubart, Davies, B. Collins, Maclay, D. Crist.
student councilz a training ground
By hanging bells and spraying snow, Council member: create
atmosphere for the Yuletide dance.
"There are too many tests on Fridayln This
is one of the complaints brought to the
teachers by the Student Council. Because it is
involved in the real and important problems of
the school, the Student Council. a training
ground for leaders, gives the student body an
opportunity to "sound of." The officers are
elected by the Senior High School and the
members by homerooms. To he a member, a
high academic average is required. This organ-
ization sponsors dances, arranges buses for
away games, decorates, conducts school elec-
tions, and does many other things for the good
of the students.
JUNIOR HIGH STUDENT COUNCIL
First Row, left to right: Voss, Weaver, P. Olinger, D. Weaver, M. Ayre, S. I-Iann Mr Grove adviser
Second Row: S. Swope, C. Musselman, N. Rosenberger, P. Stoner, N. Johnson, S. Musser A Miller A Bushey
Third Row: P. Ackley, P. Kargas, L. Cluclc, M. Bisecker, S. Crist, V. Dearclorf, C Shaffer K Schubart
Fourth Row: B. Baker, B. Zeigler, L. Hofe, C. Richardson, D. Eisenhower, A. Stahle D Guise D Rice
Mr. Paul Grove
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Miss Joan Thomas
cannon-aid staff toils to
CANNON-AID STAFF HEADS
Seated: Barbi Barriga flayout editorj, Cherie Bream fhead typistl, Martlia Chambers feditorl, Bob Heldt fbusi-
ness managerl, Peggy Steiniger fcopy editorl.
Standing: Ed Heiser fadvertising managerj, Dick Crist fsports editorj, John Lott fphotographerj.
Mrs. jean Bickel and Mr. David Woods look over last year's
"headache" before beginning a new edition of Cannon-Aid.
March 1 deadline! The announcement of these
words to the Cannon-Aid staff produced many
groans and "Oh, No's.?' After this shattering
news, the layout staff spent many long evenings
after school cropping pictures and making attrac-
tive page layouts. The feature staff also toiled un-
der the bright lights of the Cannon-Aid room,
writing copy and captions. The typing staff could
be heard pounding the typewriter keys. The pho-
rographer ran through the halls snapping last min-
ute pictures. The advertising staff even managed
to be excused from study halls to ask for ads up-
town. The sports staff checked facts and figures
with the coaches. Because of cooperation among
staffs the deadline was met. The final work of
the business staff came in the spring, distributing
an enjoyable yearbook to the students.
February 28, 1:45 . . . Deadline, March I!
First Row, left to right: E. Longaneclcer, E. Heiser, Lott, P. Steiniger, M. Chambers, C. Bream, B. Barriga, R.
Crist, R. Heldt.
Second Row: Hofe, E. Zeigler, L. Riley, E. Boyer, D. Smith, G. Kiclwell, L. Hamilton, B. Hess.
Third Row: Kunkel, B. Hughes, S. Fousr, Crone, C. Weaver, Tawney, D. Deitch, D. Yingling.
Fourth Row: E. Coddingron, G. Hess, J. Weishaar, C. Kime, L. Imler, M. Foote, D. Adams, S. Horner.
Fifth Row: A. Rehert, R. Baker, Davies, Neth, M. Thomas, Alston.
Sixth Row: White, R. Aclcley, Maclay, B. Collins, G. Wleilcerr, C. Williams, L. Green.
Not in Picture: S. Bixler, J. Holoka, F. Tilherg, D. Lott, T. Duane, J. Black, Mrs. Bickel ladviserj, Mr. Wwds
maroon and white
records school year
Mrs. Margaret Deitz and Miss Ruth Roland
look over the latest issue of the paper to see
how they can improve upon it.
MAROON AND WHITE STAFF HEADS
Seated: Linda McCleaf ltypistj, Eileen Zeigler fnews editorj, Cathy Roth lfeature editorj, Lydia Imler leditorj,
Joann Alston fart editorj, Janet White ftypistj.
Standing: John Maclay ffeature editorj, Delores Adams fassistant editorj, Connie Hartman lnews editorj, Elaine
Prosser fsports editorj, Sharon I-lornor fnews editorj! John Lott lsports editorf, Phil Redman fcirculationj.
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MAROON AND WHITE STAFF
IIir3't.Row, left to right: Miss Roland fadviserj, Lott, D. Adams, L. Imler, E. Prosser, C. Roth, Mrs. Deitz
a viser .
Second Row: E. Longanecker, P. Redman, Alston, E. Zeigler, S. I-Iornor, C. Hartman, Maclay.
Third Row: C. Plitt, Kunkel, C. Kime, R. Crist, L. McCleaf, B. Barriga, S. Foust.
Fourth Row: D. Yingling, M. Thomas, B. Collins, G. Weikert, White, G. Plank, L. Keefer.
"Maroon and White" reporters check the accuracy o
their spelling in the "writer's Bible."
This year the "Maroon and White" attained for the
first time an All American rating from the National
Scholastic Press Association. Accurate, complete, and in-
teresting reporting combined with an energetic stall:
made this achievement possible.
Within the black print you can find a complete cov-
erage of all sports activities illustrated with exciting pic-
tures. Years later faithful alumni can look back through
preserved issues of the "Maroon and White" to com-
Apare the number of students on the honor roll, learn the
success or failure of the football and basketball teams
or determine the leaders in the student body.
The school paper truly plays an important and valu-
able part in the school life of the students of Gettys-
burg High School.
First Row, left to right: G. Weikert, L. Mallow.
Second Row: L. Sterner, Eiker, B. Hostetter, D. Koontz, P. Olinger, Weaver, L. Simpson, S. Nett, R. Deitch.
Third Row: Mr. Zeigler fdirectorj, R. Fairman, R. Weikert, C. Hook, S. Gaston, Logan, R. Eiker, D. Miller, K. Got
walt, L. Eberharr, K. Caulfield, S. Bream, L. Kepner.
Fourth Row: K. Fissel, T. Gilbert, R. Jones, E. Tilberg, R. Decker, H. Weikert, Eyler, Maclay, K. Hartman, E. El-
liott, L. LeGore, T. I-Ienninger, M. Green, Scott, K. Newman.
high stepping and stirring music:
"Dress to the right . . . lift those knees!" Fresh from
band camp at Camp Swatara the Gettysburg Senior
High School Band made a snappy appearance at foot-
ball games and parades during the school year. They
participated in Halloween parades, Christmas parades,
the Dedication Day exercises at the National Cemetery,
and the Memorial Day parade.
Featured in the band this year was the color guard
fully attired in civil war uniforms and carrying old mus-
kets and a 35-star flag. Due to favorable response to
these uniforms similar ones were purchased for the en-
tire band to be used during the centennial and later for
special patriotic occasions.
Also featured in the band front were the majorettes
whose lighted baton and pom-pom routines added much
to parades, half-time shows, and lively pep rallies.
Mr. Robert Zeigler, director, helps students to
save their allowances by adjusting
their instruments himself.
First Row, left to right: R. Shade, B. johnson.
Second Row: Walhay, Kime, Schwartz, R. Bowersox, B. Zeigler, Lott, L. Keckler, Woods.
Third Row: M. Dorr, S. Weikert, D. Lott, B. Keckler, B. Collins, R. Ackely, A. Weikert, S. Wieder, D. Weaver
L. Hofe, M. Mar-ing, P. Miller, M. Bieseclcer, B. Hay.
Fourth Row: N. Kuhn, F. Tilberg, K. Kitzmiller, R. Kitzmiller, G. Hess, R. Coshun, S. Bloom, Lawver, A. Kar-
rasch, R. Hyson, D. Dague, N. Murdoch, E. Johnson, P. Shealer, S. Lott, B. Dicchburn, S. Riflle, Doersom.
Not in Picture: P. Johns, E. Tressler, M, Hartman, S. Nett, E. Zeigler, Bream, R. Reaves, R. Spangler.
trademarks of senior high band
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MAJORETTES COLOR GUARD
Kneeling: S. Nett, M. Hartman, S. Spranlcle. R. Spangler, D. Baker, R. Schwartz, R. Deicch.
Standing: E. Zeigler, Weishaar fhead majorettel.
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First Row, left to right: Baker, P. Kunkel, L. Rudisill, A. Rice, W. Dague, S. Dague, A. Slegal, L. Dunlcleber-
ger, Eckert, E. Baker.
Second Row: T. Keclcler, Dengler, T. Groft, D. Weilcert, K. Herrick, N. Rosenberger, D. Staub, D. McDanne1l,
C. Hinckley, L. White, V. Glenny, Allison, D. Rohrbaugh, H. Imler.
Third Row: P. Shue, W. Dillon, R. Zepp, R. Zepp, B. Van Dyke, L. Keclcler, L. Bushey, D. Hoffman, L. Mc-
Cleaf, A. Teeter, Myers.
Not in Picture: R. Bowers, W. Deal, W. Hill, R. Shultz.
junior high band's music sparkles
"All right, calm down! Now, give it all you've got!
Ready? And 1, and 2 . . ."
Junior high band members displayed new enthusiasm
and musical ability under the direction of Mr. Kenneth
Hays during his first year at Gettysburg High School.
As did the senior band, they played for several half-
time junior high shows, at pep rallies, and the Veteran's
Day and Memorial Day parades.
Altogether the marching band consisted of eighty-nine
members, of the seventh and eighth grades. This in-
cluded a band front of ten majorettes and two banner
This year was highlighted by the spring concert in
April, when the concert band played compositions of
N such composers as Bach, Purcell, Mozart, Rubenstein,
x Bartok, and an original march composed by Mr. Hays.
Mr. Kenneth Hays, director, leads his band in 4
First Row, left to right: Schwartz, B. Sentz, M. Brennan, B. Clapper, R. Kuhn, W. Bucher, N. Baker, D. Folken-
roth, Martin, C. Davies.
Second Row: Mr. Hays fdirectorj, R. Deitch, B. Nunamaker, B. Brantner, B. Pender, L. Thomas, D. Toomey, S.
Nunemaker, P. Strausbaugh, B. Adams, R. Shupe, C. Swinn, C. Slayhaugh, D. Bream, M. Myers, C. Smith.
Third Row: F. Swartz, Weber, H. Ford, S. Teeter, Pickering, Singley, A. Biesecker.
with members' enthusiasm
1. Hoover, L. Cluck, P. Ackley, S. Reimer, B. Moorehead. P. Smith, D. Snyder, D. Kargas, C. Codori, B. Phiel.
the student attains
Competition has contributed greatly to the attaining
of honors by Gettysburg High School students. Con-
stant rivalry for honor roll grades, for scholarship and
citizenship awards has attributed to the diligent work
put forth by students. This year a great interest has
been shown in many outside affairs, such as speech con-
tests and agricultural projects. High on the list of Get-
tysburg's honorable students are those popular girls who
are chosen annually to reign as queen of various activ-
ities including the Halloween Parade, the Football Hop,
and the Junior-Senior Prom. Also rated highly are those
boys who participate in sports and have produced many
rewards for Gettysburg High School.
janet White smiles to the crowd as she is announced ar
Gettysburg? frst Halloween Parade Queen.
Spelling champs, Phyllis Ackley, Barbara Clapper, and
Margaret McFarland read the dictionary in preparation
for another "Spelling Bee."
many and varied honors
Molly Ayre, junior High queen, applauds the enter-
tainment of the "Football Hop."
Mr. Shriver presents an award to Fred Tilberg
who is one of the winners of the F.F.A. Na-
tional Public-Spealcing Contest.
john Holoka and jim McCleaf obtained a place
on the "All County" football team for their
athletic ability during football season.
john Maclay, Cathy Roth, and Barclay
Collins, our senior geniuses, receive Letters of
Commendation from the
National Merit Scholarship Tests.
honors given for talent and hard work
Honoring the outstanding students of scholastic, dra-
matic, and literary ability Gettysburg High School of-
fers four honor societies for the qualified students. Un-
like the various clubs offered to the students to join, the
National Honor Society, National Thespians, Mask
and Wig, and Quill and Scroll vote in their members
according to their ability.
The Mask and Wig and the National Thespians are
concerned with dramatics. Credits given for acting and
committee work entitle a student membership in the
Mask and Wig and National Thespians. Quill and
Scroll members are composed of Maroon and White
staff heads, typists, and reporters who are voted in by
the club. Teachers recommend students whom they
think are worthy of membership in rhe National Honor
Society. The list is screened and voted on by the faculty.
S First Row, left to right: B. Barriga, L. Imler, White, D. Adams, M. Castells, C. Roth, E. Prosser M
C Second Row: F. Tilberg, R. Aclcley, Maclay, B. Collins, G. Weikert, Lott.
Not in Picture: E. Zeigler.
First row, left to right: Mrs
Deir: fadviserl, C. Roth, J
Lott, B. Barriga, Miss Ro
Second Row: Maclay, L
Imler, White, C. Hart
man, S. Hornor, D. Adams
Third Row: Kunkel, I
Alston, L. McCleaf, C
Kime, E. Prosser, S. Fousr
Firsl Row, left to right: G. Wei-
lcert Davies E Elliott P Recl
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man, I. Plank, Miss Mcllhenny
faclviserl, L. Schwartz.
Second Row: C. Hartman, M.
Chambers, Weishaar, L. Simp-
son, M. Hartman, D. Adams, K.
Schubart, L. Street, K. Bishop,
Third Row: D. Lott, K. Hartman,
R. Fairman, R. Bowersox, Pick-
ering, D. Neth, E. Prosser, S.
Spx-ankle, L. McCoy, B. Hess, E.
MASK AND WIG
Firsl Row, left to right: L. Green,
Maclay, B. Heldt, C. Williams, R.
Ackley, B. Collins, F. Tilberg.
Second Row: C. Coclori, N. Rosenber-
ger, D. Kargas, E. Boyer, B. Hughes,
J. Kunkel, White, C. Roth, S.
Third Row: L. Cronlund, B. Miller,
B. Miller, L. Shainline, D. Doyle, E.
Heimerer, R. Rosenberger, R. Schu-
First Row, left lo right
viserj, M. Chambers, B
Collins, G. Weikert, C
Second Row: I. Plank
R. Ackley, Davies, L
Miss Mcllhenny fad-
as f Q,
"Prof" Fidler and his chess club devise a fool-proof plan for checkmate.
Twisting to Chubby Checker's rec-
ords at dances and listening to our
own singing group "The Casuals
Four" gives the student a chance to
relax and forget the "hard" day spent
at school. During the football season,
the students had a period of recrea-
tion at the pep rallies every Friday of
a home game. Led by the cheerlead-
ers, the noisy, cheering students let
the football team know that they
were behind them. Thanks to the ef-
forts put forth by the cast and com-
mittees, the students enjoyed the Sen-
ior play. Participating in activities
such as these is an important part of
the student entertainsg
Harry Sease, foe Claybaugb, and Ron Beeler prepare a car
for the "West Confederate Drag-o-Way."
"The Casuals Four," our school combo, can be
counted on to liven up social events.
Teachers don't always know whafs going on during class!!!
Ronnie Dodks, "G-Burg's Chubby Checker
shows students how the twist is done.
Members of the cast and crew gather after the ffldl
curtain call of the senior play, "The Man on
the Stairs," for a party.
Mr. Pfeffer applies last minute lourhes to Edie
Boyer? make-up before the curtain rises.
First Row, left to right: M. Rich, P. Ditzler, C. Dettinburn, F. Hess, K. Helfran, M. Dorr, L. Imler, E. Zeigler, C
Second Row: S. Foust, D. Deardorfl, Freed, Kunkel, C. Hosteter, S. Deitz, B. Hull, Walhay, M. Bucher,
B. Smith, M. Sargeant, Swartz, Kime.
Third Row: K. Roth, L. McCleaf, C. Weaver, E. Heimerer, B. Allison, E. Prosser, L. Raifensperger, Lupp, Al
ston, L. Keclcler, C. McCanns.
Fourth Row: N. Bow, M. Peterson, D. Yingling, K. McCoullough, S. Gaston, L. Bream, D. Doyle, T. Thomas, L
Legore, M. Maring.
Fifth Row: D. Schwenk, Tawney, M. Treas, R. Rosenberger, R. Jones, B. Bieseclcer.
Sixth Row: K. Kime, R. Miller, G. Hartman, R. Brircher, Mcllhenny, Lott, H. Weikerr, P. Redman.
senior choir: talent, hard work
Mr. Paul Grove, choir director, prepares to lis-
ten to a practice record of the spring operetta,
"Mr, Crane of Sleepy Hollow?
Do . . . Re . . . Mi . . . drifted from the choir room
during the school weeks as the 110 voice senior choir re-
hearsed for various school and community performances.
Under the direction of Mr. Paul Grove the choir an-
nually sings many numbers for holiday assembly pro-
grams. Most important and exciting to rhe members of
the choir was the "Night of Vocal Music" held in the
spring. Both choir members and townspeople alike
looked forward to this event, mainly to hear the delight-
First Row, left to right: E. Boyer, B. Hughes, D. Smith, S. Weikert, E. Riffle, Taughinbaugh, S. Wieder,
Second Row: L. Sterner, V. Williams, B. Miller, M. Hartman, B. Miller, M. Nutter, S. Nett, E. Jordan.
Third Row: D. Adams, T. Bulleit, M. Wolf, S. Hull, D. Greenawalr, D. Stone, L. Johnson, A. Ruckelshaus, D.
Fourth Row: Bream, Bream, Tawney, S. Wise, A. Bream, Eiker, N. Kuhn, S. Sprankle, R. Coshun.
Fifth row: D. Lott, Neth, R. Shade, R. Schubart, Scott, R. Reaves, M. Shealer, A. Weikert.
Not in Picture: Teeter, R. Deitz, D. Jones, B. Collins, G. Weikerr, T. Gilbert, L. Green, D. Hikes, D. Steiner.
combine for memorable performances
Left to right: Freed, Eiker, S. Nett, C.
ful combination of voices, but also tosee the lovely girls
i in their pastel gowns and the handsome boys in white
dress jackets. Talented choir members got a chance to
"show-oil" singing special solos, accompanying dance
routines, and furnishing bongo backgrounds to the dance
numbers. A favorite with the audience was the group's
rendition of "The Gettysburg Address." To be a mem-
ber of the choir requires talent and hard work but the
reward is great when the audience's applause begins.
glee clubs give students opportunity
NINTH GRADE GLEE CLUB
First Row, left to right: T. Barriga, S. Musser, S. Swope, P. Olinger, W. Kuykendall, C. Musselman, B. Phiel, j. Lawver, L. Riley
A. Eigner, S. Topper, S. Crist.
Second Row: B. Bixler, C. Kuhn, N. johnson, C. Hook, D. Weaver, L. Hofe, C. Shelleman, L. Bucher, V. Slonaker, S. Nett, C
Caldwell, K. Stansbury, B. Hostetter, E. Johnson.
Third Row: S. Newell, L. Mallow, K. Orwig, S. Reimer, A. Biseclcer, M. Ayre, M. Ecker, P. Shue, N. Swope, C. Deardorff, S.
Bowmaster, L. Painter, C. Wetzel.
Fourth Row: B. Scott, A. Stahle, L. Deitch, B. Zeigler, K. Caulfield, P. Shealer, J. Xveaver, L. Shainline, L. Simpson, J. Zinn, V
McCleaf, H. Hull, M. Nett, B. Moorehead.
Fifth Row: D. Rice, S. Bream, R. Fox, M. Biesecker, N. Murdock, S. Smith, L. Sease, S. Lott, G. Miclcley, R. Hyson, L. Kepner.
Sixth Row: D. Guise, L. Cromer, R. Finlcboner, K. Fissel, R. Schwartz, P. Miller, G. Reaves, W. Lane, R. Bowersox.
Seventh Row: J. Rowe, R. Speir, D. Liss, W. Jones, E. Thomas, J. Logan, R. Schultz, B. Keclcler, G. Alston, J. Eyler.
Not in Picture: S. Jackson.
The Glee Clubs provide an opportunity
for the student to express his talent and to
develop appreciation for many types of
music other than rock 'n roll. Much experi-
ence is also gainedeby members in the field
of music. Students are chosen to participate
Standing: M. Bieseclcer, D. Weaver.
Seated: S. Swope, P. Olinger.
to develop talent, music appreciation
EIGHTH GRADE GLEE CLUB
First Row, left to right: D. Weikert, T. Rose, K. Gebhart, D. Neth, N. Rosenberger, M. Sargeant, B. Dirner, T. Newman, J.
Singley, D. McCans, Hoke, R. Carver.
Second Row: L. Young, L. Thompson, C. Schwartz, K. Sanders, K. Schubart, P. Ackley, B. Baker, L. Dunkleberger, C. McCleaf,
L. Cluck, P. Kunkel, A. Plank, B. Sanders, Voss.
Third Row: V. Deardorff, C. Shaffer, M. Hawn, H. Hull, M. Gastley, S. Sowers, D. Hubbard, C. Hankey, J. McCoy, B. Nune-
maker, S. Fissel, E. Sanders, S. Hann, S. Metz.
Fourth Row: C. Street, B. MacPhail, D. Adams, C. Stoner, 1. Thompson, B. Clapper, J. Baker, M. Snowberger, L. Parrish, M.
Reynolds, B. McFeaters, S. jackson, D. Staub.
Fifth Row: A. Miller, L. Cronlund, C. Codori, H. Imler, B. Hanson, L. Harbaugh, P. Taughinbaugh, B. Liss, M. Mayer, C. Hink-
ley, C. Bishop, D. Folkenroth.
Sixth Row: B. Deatrick, C. Heiser, D. Kargas, S. Nunamalcer, S. Markley, B. Vannoy, Spriggs, E. Rohrbaugh, P. Bolen, L.
Henry, A. Teeter.
Seventh Row: J. Pickering, T. Helwig, J. Dengler, B. Deal, C. Stoner, D. Eisenhower, R. Deitch, R. Teeter, F. Swarm, W. Hill,
on the basis of attitude, scholarship, reli-
ability, cooperation, musicianship, and talent.
Varied performances allow for a variety of
selections and enable the student to con-
tribute both his talent and his interest in
order to provide a captivating program.
Standing: C. Codori, V. Deardorif, B. Baker.
Seated: N. Rosenberger, C. Shaffer, S. Hann
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on the athletic field, in the gym
"Ready for the kickoff?" A lively part of the
student's life is participation in athletics. By com-
peting in football and basketball as well as base-
ball and track, the student acquires qualities such
as good sportsmanship and team work. Girls are
given a chance to display their athletic ability in
sports such as soccer, hockey, softball, and volley-
ball. Building pyramids and doing exercises are
a familiar sight during gym class. Under the
youth physical fitness program the student is
given an opportunity to improve himself physi-
cally. From the football field to the gym to the
baseball diamond, sports are enjoyed by players
and spectators alike. Q
G. A. A. sports develop skills for those interested
in spending time after school.
The "right and wrong of it" is demonstrated by senior
girls on the pull up bar.
Juniors await their turn to test jumping
skills in gym class.
Back Row, left to right: B. Beeler, R. Doaks, E. Hofe, P. Plank, E. Ziegler, Longanecker, D. Schwenk,
Middle Row: Holoka, D. Coshun, G. Guise, L. Eckert, G. Nett, T. Kuykendall, Riley, G. Plank.
Front Row: E. Kump, Newman, T. Duane, L. Mickley, McCleaf, R. Utz, Davies, R. Fair, C. Swope.
The GHS Gridders . . .
The Maroon and White were led by Captain John Holoka and Co-
Captain Jim McCleaf, both making the All-County team and also gaining
recognition for All-State in this district. The backfield was comprised
of McCleaf at fullback, and shifty halfbacks Dick Utz and Larry Mickley,
with Tom Duane calling the signals. The Warrior line was bolstered xby
such stalwarts as "Chula" Plank, Earl Kump and Ron Doaks, also nominee
Coach YUUUS for All-State from this district.
Although the Youngmen compiled a 1-7-1 record, they scored 97 points,
more than any squad in the last seven years.
Ah, Come 011, "Big Red." Mr. Young plans attack with quarterback Duane.
Duane options for sizeable gain.
A true indication of the Warriors' "never-say-die" spirit
was shown in their initial contest, which they dropped to
powerful Westminster, 18-6. jim McCleaf streaked 84
yards for the lone Gettysburg tally. In their second game,
the Tribe lost a hard-fought 12-0 decision to neighboring
Biglerville. The next time out the "Big Red" walloped
Bermudian Springs 33-0 for their only victory
of the campaign. After dropping three more
contests, the Youngmen battled the Thunder-
bolts of Littlestown to a 25-25 deadlock in the
Their feelings are evident.
I SOUTH PENN
'Chambersburg ,,..,,... .,,,, 2 0
'Carlisle ..r....,........, ,,,,,,,,, 2 0
Hanover ,....,..,,, ,,,,, 1 2
Gettysburg ......,. .-,,.,,,, 0 3
most thrill-packed tilt of the season. Jim Mc- l
Cleaf scored three touchdowns on long runs in
this game. The Warriors put up a stiff front
before bowing to Waynesboro 23-13 and then
were beaten 46-0 by Carlisle in the year's finale.
"Chubb Plank returns with kickoyf.
Cheerleaders help "build up" Warriors before game.
Warriors labor for Friday's tilt.
Touchdown against Littlestown!
Thunderbolt brings down McCleaf with "shoestring" tackle.
6 ......................,..................... Westminster 18
0 ........ ..............,. B iglerville 12
33 .,,.,, Bermudian Springs 0
0 ...,.... ........,.. C hambersburg 41
7 ..,..... ,..,..,............ I-I anover 25
14 ...,.. ...,.... M echanicsburg 34
25 ..,.., r...... L ittlestown 25
13 ...... ..... W aynesboro 26
0 ..,.... .,,,,. C arlisle 46
Coach Schoenborn shouts encouragement
Col. Slveacls and Mr. Eckhart collect admission-as usual!
Under the crossbar and onto the gridiron.
T. Kuykendall E. Kump
J. McCleaf Longaneclcer
L. Miclcley G. Nelson
G. Net: P. Plank
R' Um Som-xoMoRBs
jumons J. Newman
B. Beeler J. Riley
The "Big Red" huddle for pre-game strategy
G-Burg fans rejoice as the Warriors tally.
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"Ooo! That smarts!"
Coach Lilley? trouble: ended in a fne season.
. . FOUTBALL
Young Warriors Manage 4-2 Record
' Gettysburg's JV's compiled one of their finest records in
years. The junior Warriors managed an impressive 4-2
record for their year's work.
The JV's successfully opened their South Penn Confer-
ence play with a nip and tuck 13-7 victory at the expense
The young Warriors ran into stiffer opposition when
they fell to Littlestown 19-6.
A solid defense proved it can be just as valuable as a
strong offense when the young Braves won their second
game of the season with a thrilling 7-6 victory over Han-
over. After a scoreless opening period, quarterback
Newman swept end for the touchdown and fullback Ken
Ki.me's plunge for the extra point provided the winning
margin of victory.
The victory over Hanover seemed to pave the way for
the JV's who showed a strong offensive punch in their next
two outings, trouncing Waynesboro 26-7, and running over
hapless Boiling Springs 34-6.
The junior Warriors not only did a ine job on offense
for the season but held their opponents to 60 points in
Junior varsity coach, Mr. Charles Lilley, is looking for-
ward to another winning season next year.
First Row, left to right: D. I-leagey, L. Helwig, Nett, Newman, R. Young, M. Cartzendafner, P. Kump.
Second Row: R. Miller, Riley, R. Baker, L. Johnson, W. Jones, K. Kime.
Third Row: L. Legore, G. Guise, D. Miller, R. Sietz, Bigham, R. Selby, G. Nelson.
Heagey put: cooler on Thunderbolt.
The desire to see more action is clearly expressed.
Newman "hips" the pigskin and sweeps end.
"joe the Jet" Riley totes payload for long gain.
13 ........,................,..,....,,.,. Chambersburg
6 ...... ,,..,.. L ittlestown
7 ....., ..,..,. I-I anover
26 ,..... ..,..... W aynesboro
34 ..... ..,..,,, B oiling Springs
6 ,t.,,t ,...,,.,t B iglerville
The Warriors stand ready at the opening jump against the Squires.
Gary Nelson tries in vain to get o
shot in Waynesboro game.
RSITY BASKETB LL
The Gettysburg High School Warriors did little to provide a winning season
this year, but in return provided the fans with thrills that will be long remem-
bered in Gettysburg High.
The team was green and inexperienced and surprisingly enough this was the first
season in Mr. Forney's coaching career that he did not have a returning letter-
After being tripped in their hrst two outings the Warriors met highly rated
Westminster on their home floor. The Owls took a commanding 10-point lead
into the last period, but behind the screams of the crowd and the hustle they
displayed, the Warriors tied up the score with a mere 10 seconds left. At this
time a brawl broke out and in the process Dick Crist was fouled. Calmly enough
the latter stepped to the line and converted his first of two fouls to give Gettys-
burg High School one of its most thrilling victories in history.
Ironically, this was the only victory they were to see all season. Losing the
next three games by decisive margins, the Warriors met Westminister on the
lattets floor only to be handed a 51-50 setback. In their next game the Warriors
met the Thundering Herd of Carlisle, who won the South Penn Title and en-
tered the District playoff with an unblemished 22-0 record. The Warriors pro-
vided them with their biggest scare of their campaign. Trailing by 15 points en-
tering the last quarter, the Warriors came back with 10 straight points only to
see the Herd freeze the ball with over two minutes left.
Being caught in an eight-game losing streak, the Warriors went all out
against Delone High only to be out lasted in the final minutes by a much
taller club. Jim McCleaf poured in 20 points. '
The final game of the season between Biglerville and Gettysburg brought a
packed house to the Gettysburg High School gym. The game was nip and tuck
going into the final minutes in which Biglerville took a one-point lead. With 26
seconds left, Dick Crist drove in for a last shot and was fouled. At this time
the latter sunk both tosses to give the team the lead only to see it wiped out
when Bill Sanni duplicated Crist's feat with 4 seconds to go and to give Big-
lerville at 43-42 victory. Tom Duane, honorary captain, lead his team with 14
In the annual All Star Selection of the Sportscaster's, writers and coaches,
Dick Crist was named to the second team having topped his team with 99 points
in 8 South Penn games and 195 for the season.
With four returning lettermen -in John Longanecker, Bob Crandall, Gary
Nelson, and Ed Ziegler, Coach Forney eyes a good season next year as Gettys-
burg High School enters the Blue Mountain League.
First row, left to right: McCleaf, Davies, R. Dettinburn, Longanecker, T. Duane.
Second row: M. Reimer fmanagerj, C. Sleichter, D. Crist, D. jones, E. Zeigler, G. Nelson, G. Hess lmanagerl.
SOUTH PENN STANDINGS
Fmsr HALF SBcoND HALF
Won Lost Won Lost
Carlisle ....,,.. ,..... ...... 4 0 Carlisle ........ ..... ...... ,,.,,,. 4 0
Chambersburg ..,.,.... ...... 3 1 Chambersburg ....... .... 3 1
Hanover ............... .... . 2 2 Hanover ............. .... 2 2
Biglerville ...... 1 3 Biglerville ........ - .... .- 1 3
Gettysburg ..,.... ...... 0 u 4 Gettysburg .... ....... 0 4
Tom Duane puts one in for G'.H.S. as Waynes- Dick Crist tries to recover the ball as Bigler
boro player fails to stop him. -ville foes close in.
Dave jones, jim Davies, Dick Crist, and Tom
Duane battle for rebound in practice session.
Boys plan pre-game strategy in balls of G.H.S.
Dick Crist Bob Crandall
Jerry Hess, manager
Ziegler bits for two against Delone.
Team breaks from huddle for more artion. All eyes are on john Longanecker as be
sets for two against Biglerville
Mr. Gregor and "Snuffy" Smith check tickets
as fans enter the game.
FACTS AND FIGURES
Zxegler ......... .......
'rdiedsn Detlinburn takes two while jim McCleaf settles
for one as warm-ups begin.
There's never a dull moment when these seven are around.
jump! Bob! jump!
Bob Crandall U32 and Dick Cris! fxzj wait for
while surrounded by the Canners.
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First Row, left to right: B. Britcher, S. Olsen, R. Jones, J. Newman, D. King, E. Tilberg, R. Baker.
Second Row: R. Stokes fmanagerj, G. Hartman, B. Deitz, K. Bigham, S. Bloom, L. Gilbert, Teeter, C.
Bushey, G. Hess fmanagerl.
LV. BASKETBALL SOUTH PENN STANDINGS
G .H .S .
44 ..,... ........
West York ........ .......... 3 8
York Suburban ........ ...... 4 6
Westminster ....,. ..,... 1 3
.. .... Delone ....... .
38 ...... ..... . Westminster
27 . .... .
37 ....,. ........
34 , .....
....... Carlisle -. 41
Chambersburg ,....... ..,,,. 4 2
Biglervxlle .....,., ...... 3 1
49 ...... ........,. W aynesboro ....
28 ..,,.. ,.......
Chambersburg .,.... ,.,,.. 5 7
. ..... 25
...-.. 6 2
- .... - 4 4
Steve Olsen shows good form against Westminster
First Row, left to right: W. Skidmore fmanagerl, D. Shriver, B. Beeler, Neth, R. Young, R. Dettinburn, B.
Little, G. Plank, E. Hofe, C. Swope, B. Pinlco, P. Redman, M. Stuclcey, G. Cleveland, B. Colvard, B. Lutz, F
Second Row: B. Linebaugh, Deckert, McCleaf, R. Schwartz, D. Rice, E. Walters, W. Shindledecker, Zeig-
ler, Brooks, D. Coshun, K. Fissel, E. Kump, L. Clapsaddle, W. Stouclc, M. Kriclc, C. Harvey, D. Coddington
Third Row: D. Lott, D. Ackley, Maclay, D. Heagey, E. Thomas, W. Kennel, R. Spangler, M. Shealer, K
Bigham, W. Jones, G. Rohrbaugh, B. Hinkle, M. Harmon, M. Sheads, B. Eden, Waybright, F. Meyers, D
Fourth Row: Eyler, C. Simmons, A. Bushman, W. Keefer, D. Cockle, R. Shultz, E. Tilberg, E. Zeigler, S
Witherow, C. Sprigg, Biggins, E. Hoalc, D. Jones, C. Tipton, Mcllhenny, H. Weilcert, M. Pinko, P. Geyer
K. Kime, M. Doyle, B. Mosser.
1 96 1 SCHEDULE
Coach George Forney's cindermen, with
hopes of improving their 1961 season with a
record of two wins and three losses in dual
meets, have only one returning letterman, Jim
Hopeful candidates for the dashes include
McCleaf, Philip Redman, and Ron Dettinburn.
In the distance events Jerry Neth, Charles
Swope, and Ruben Spangler show the greatest
prospect thus far.
Going over to the field events, WarrenStouck,
Earl Kump, Maynard Stuckey, and Dave
Coshun will handle the discus throw and shot-
put, while Bill Pinlco will heave the javelin.
Rounding out the field events are Bill Little
and Ken Bigham in the broad jump and high
jump with Gerald Cleveland experienced in
the pole vault.
G.H.S. 39 1f2 ...,..........,.......................,........... Chambersburg 87 112
G.H.S. 57 516 .......... ,,...... W estminster 69 If 6
G.H.S 72 .......... ........ I-I anover 55
G.H.S 37 112 .......... ........ Ca rlisle 73
Biglerville 48 1f2
G.H.S 83 1f2 .. ......,. ........ W aynesboro 43 1f2
G.H.S. 60 2f3 .......... ........ B iglerville 66 113
W. Stouck, E. Kump, M. Stuckey, and D. Coshun show form
in pre-season action.
First Row, left to right: R. Fox, K. Hartman, R. Fissel, D. Eisenhower, G. Folkermer, W. Deal, Waybright,
C. Harvey, W. Hornor.
Second Row: R. Peake, Rowe, C. Richardson, T. Heflin, B. Baker, W. Jones, R. Plank, T. Rohrbaugh, G.
Herring, W. Linebaugh, C. Smith, M. Krick, R. Paris.
Third Row: G. Miclcley, D. Gorman, T. Spahr, S. Miller, E. Walter, C. Raffensperger, S. Green, D. Kravitz, B.
I-Iinkle, M. Herring, M. Harmon.
Fourth Row: T. Helwig, J. Zeigler, D. Coddington, M. Sheads, F. Myers, T. Gilbert, M. Eyler, M. Keefer, R.
Finkboner, M. Doyle.
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The young Indian Braves got off to a rather poor
start this season by suffering a 28 to 0 defeat in the
initial game with Chambersburg Faust. The two teams
kept the scoring columns on even terms the first half,
but the Faust gridders came back strong in the second
half and scored 28 points. The final score of this contest
endowed each member of the team with the incentive to
win. With this in mind, the "Little Warriors" became
an outstanding group of players and romped over
Waynesboro 35 to 0 in the following game. This was a
preview of the type of play to be seen in the forth-
, comm outings.
They re my boys! Butgthe "Bickel-lads" were not to see another win for
quite a while, for in the next three games in the con-
ference, they were unable to obtain the rallies necessary
LEAGUE STANDING A for their opponents' defeat. This was a provocation to
Wan Lorr these fine young men so that when they returned to the
Chambersburg Central ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 4 0 striped field for the last time this season, they downed
Chambersburg Faust ....... - ...... 3 1 Hanover 7 t0 0.
Washington Township ,,,.,,, .,,,,.,, 2 2 The play and teamwork exhibited by the "Warriors-
Gettysburg ,....,,,,.,.,,,,,.,. -. ,,,,,,,, 2 3 to-be" was a preview of an outstanding team of the
Hanover , .,,,, ,.,,,,,, 2 3 future in the Senior High.
Waynesboro -.. ,..... .- 0 4
It's time for the kickoff.
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Lads wait to receive letters.
Chambersburg Faust 28
Washington Twp. 13
JUNIOR HIGH VARSITY BASKETBALL
First Row, left to right: B. Kessell, B. Hinkle, A. Bushey, R. Fox, D. Kronitz.
Second Row: T. Gilbert, Eyler, M. Krick, D. Finlcboner, C. Folkemer, R. Speir, Zeigler fmanagerl.
Third Row: D. Doaks, D. Liss, E. Thomas, W. Jones.
Finishing their season with a 5 wins and 7 losses log, Coach Schoenbotn's Junior
High cagers don't have much to show for their eiforts in the columns. The
scrappy little Braves finished in fourth place in the South Penn when the final
tabulations were made. But, the facts and iigures of the newspapers don't tell
how the game was played or how hard they practiced. Only the players them-
selves lcnow that by observing any one of the Junior High games this season,
it could readily be seen that the young Warriors were giving it all they had.
This, no matter how the statistics read, makes a winning team.
G .H .S . Opponent
19 ...... ......... C arlisle ..... ......... 4 4
37 ......... ............. C arlisle ..... - ....... 34
SOUTH PENN STANDINGS I ii iiigl eeS1i1i111,,l3Z.TZii'3'i..113 ..,. ..,. i iii SZ
Wan Lan 25 ...... ....... C hambersburg F.F. .......... - .... 29
Central ,,,,, , ,,,,,,,, 11 0 34 ...... ...... W ashington Twp. ..... -- ...... 31
Hanover ...,. ..... 6 4 36 ................. W35hlI1gt0n TWP. ..... ... ...... 31
Faust .,,,,,,,,,,,... ..,. 5 4 22 .... .......... W aynesboro ....,.... ......... 3 3
Gettysburg ...,,.,, .,.. 5 7 23 ...... ...... C hambgrsburg F.F. ............,... 30
Waynesboro , ..,,,.. - .... 4 6 35 ...... .............. H RIIOVCI .. ........... .....---. 26
Carlisle ....,,.......,...,.... .... 2 4 25 ...... . ..... Chambersburg Cent. ............ ... 64
Washington Twp. ........ .... 1 9 27 ................ Chambersburg Cent. ................ 60
Coach Bickel's battalion ended one of the best Junior
High jayvee seasons it ever had by handing out ten
losses to their league opponents while suffering only
two themselves. The delightful dribblersi seemed to
carry the preceding football season onto the hardwood
to gather greater glory. The blithe boys put the topper
on their scintillating season by sinking Central 42 to 26.
The two things necessary for a winning team: ill Boys
with the ability and desire to win, and, f2j a coach who
knows how to concentrate these abilities and desires on
the weaknesses of the top opponents. These factors
were very much in evidence in the Jayvee basketball
Kit Richardson rips the cords for two in final game of the season.
team this year.
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First Row, left to
soUTH PENN STANDINGS ---'--'--' --""--- 2 ---" --
JAYVEE DWXSXON 22 .......,. .... . ..., W aynesboro ...,. ,,.., L
Won Lvff 22 ,..,.................... Hanover .............
Gettysburg ..... ..,..... 1 0 2 35
Carlisle ....... L.. 5 1
Central ....... . ........ 7 4 32
Hanover ..... ....... 6 4 29
Waynesboro ,.,......., --- 3 7 22
Faust ,...,,.,,..,,...,,........t .... 2 7 25
Washington Twp. ........ ...... 1 9 42
right: L. Helwig, W. Horner, S. Teeter, K. Herrick,
Second Row: M. Simpson fmanagerj, A. Miller, L. Shindledecker, C.
Chambersburg F.F. .-
Washington Twp. -.
Washington Twp. -.
Chambersburg F.F. ....... ,.
L. White, T. Bous.
Raffensperger, R. Teeter, Heiser,
Third Row: B. Crandall, D. Bream, D. Herring, K. Richardson, D. Eisenhower, D. Bream, Allison.
SENIOR HIGH GAA
First Row, left to right: Mrs. Reinhart fadviserl, E. Wheeler, M. Flickinger, Funt, E. Boyer, B. Miller D
Hockey, B. Watson.
Second Row: P. Ditzler, A. Bteam, M. Bucher, L. McCoy
Third Row: White, E. Prosser, R. Coshun, C. Kime, J
Fourth Row: C. Weaver, S. Coldsmith, L. Raffensperger
Fifth Row: S. Gaston, Lupp, B. Reed, M. Hartman, A.
Sixth Row: S. Sprankle, C. Roth, S. Gastley, L. Cronlund,
B. Hess, B. Miller, B. johnson.
Singley, S. Reed, Guise.
C. Bream, Bream, S. Tauscher, S. Hoak.
Ruckelshaus, B. Hull, S. Nimtz, Forsythe
E. Heimerer, Bream, Bream.
Not in Picture: N. Bow, B. Ditchburn, S. McCrorie, S. Wieder, K. Elledge, L. Miller, C. Stone, S. Williamson D
girls' athletic association: good
w sophomore in the showers!
Edith Boyer and Ann Ruckelxhaus spring after the ball during
a lively championship playoff game.
"You get 20 demeritsln A senior GAA
member may be heard saying this to an un
fortunate sophomore girl who if she sur
vives the initation, becomes a member
Hockey in the fall, basketball in the winter
and softball in the spring are enjoyed as
classes compete among themselves The
highest honors are the minor ' G and the
major "G." To receive them a certain num
ber of points must be earned. A girl gets
1nuch satisfaction from being a member of
GAA. The opportunity is presented to learn
skills in sports, but above all to develop fair
play and good sportsmanship. One highly
enjoyed aspect of GAA is the ehance when
you become a senior, to soak some lowly
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JUNIOR HIGH GAA
First Row, left to right: Brantner, Hoover, L. Cluck, C. McCleaf, A. Eigner, M. Mayer, L. Harhaugh, M.
Martin, C. Hinckley, Mrs. Rinehart faclviserj .
Second Row: L. Dunkelberger, M. Snowberger, C. Single y, S. Reedy, P. Seymour, P. Aclcley, C. Bishop, C. Coclori,
Third Row: V. Deardorlf, Jackson, M. Reynolds, M. Ayre, S. Crist, Thompson, B. Arnsberger, D. Follcenroth,
Fourth Row: S. Markley, B. Vannoy, K. Dick, P. Hess, B. Wright, S. Jackson, B. Baker, M. Walhay, M. Hawn.
Fifth Row: K. Stansbury, P. Shue, M. Ecker, N. Rosenberger, H. Hull, C. Stoner, L. Coclcle, Bowers, D. Kargas.
Sixth-Row: S. Newell, Zinn, S. Nunamalcer, D. Adams, P. Bolen, B. MacPhail, B. Sietz, Staley.
Not in Picture: M. Bray, A. Teeter, D. Jacobs, G. Harvey, L. Parrish, L. Painter, A. Biesecker, C. Smith.
sportsmanship, skills in sports
Orders to these sophomore initiates from the
upperclassmen were these among others: wear
one shoe and one boot, make up only one side
of your face, and wear a wild apron!
First Row, left to right: Bream, A. Bream, E. Heimerer, E. Wheeler,
J. Bream, Bream,
Second Row: White, E. Prosser, C. Bream, D. Kint, C. Roth, C.
SENIOR HIGH CHEERLEADERS
First Row, left to right: D. Deardorff, B. Allison, E. Heimerer, D. Doyle.
Second Row: A. Ruckelshaus, Kunkel, B. Smith.
The cheerleaders wildly applaud "our boys" as they lead a cheer
in lronor of those on the basketball team
who received varsity letters.
"All for Gettysburg stand up and hol-
ler!" The words of this fight yell echo
through the bleachers under the leader-
ship of the cheerleaders. To promote
school spirit, the cheerleaders do any-
thing from arousing enthusiasm at pep
rallies to leading the band down the
football field. The duty of the cheerlead-
ers is not only to make sure the specta-
tors leave the game unable to tall: but
also to encourage good sportsmanship.
g-burg stand up and holler!!
JUNIOR HIGH CHEERLEADERS
First Row, left to right: E. jeffcoat, C. McCleaf, M. Ayre, S. Crist, L. Young.
Second Row: W. Kuykendall, V. Deardorff, Thompson.
Cheerleaders ut the stri es on the cand cane for
P P 7
the "Peppermint Ball," lveld to raise money
for their new uniforms.
Mrs. Kenneth Reinbart, adviser, and Judy Kunkel,
head cheerleader, look over possible pep rally :kits
Many businessmen, both
owners of large companies as
well as small stores, by placing
an ad in our yearbook show
that they support, and
above all have faith in the
student at Gettysburg High
School. Without the backing of
these people it would be
impossible to publish
Best Wishes to the Class of '62
JAMES GETTYS CHAPTER
FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA
Gettysburg High School
TIMES AND NEWS PUBLISHING COMPANY
MAGAZINES - DISSEHTATIONS - SCHOOL PUBLICATIONS
P blishers of Adams County's Only Daily Newspaper
THE GETTYSBUHG TIMES
CARLISLE STREET PHONE ED 4-1131 GE:r'rYsBUEG, PA
GETTYSBURG GARMENT, INC.
106 N. 'Stratton Street
Phone ED 4-4311
Congratulations and Best Wishes
GETTYSBURG CONSTRUCTION C0
BEAUTIFUL COLT PARK
Congratulations to the Class of 1962
U55 fans Sfucfio
Portrait, Wedding and Commercial Photography
34 York Street Phone ED 4-5513 Gettysburg, Pct.
CLASS RINGS AWARDS
Compliments ot iff
SELBY'S Bonr sHoP UNION EMBLEM C0-
We Are Pleased to Provide
the Standard School Rings
lor Gettysburg High School
1 H. N' 1 y W. G. "Skip" Mooney
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l f!!.!.E.'!:,,9 ii E Good Luck to the
" "w:- -- F- V A I
b gf' AQ .E Class of 62 From
'. A" I f
I JAMES GETTYS CHAPTER
S W 0 P E S
"BB" SERVICE OPTHE
Lubrication - Oiighange - Repairs FUTXBERIILEQCEIEEIE UF
TWO LOCATIONS GETTYSBURG HIGH SCHOOL
Ccrr11s1e cmd Water Streets
St h Avenue and S. Wcxshingto Str t
GETTYSBURG SHOE COMPANY
DIRECT TO YOU GAS
LINCOLN WAY EAST, ROUTE 30
CORNER OF WEST AND HIGH
DITZLER'S MUSIC SUPPLIES
12 Baltimore Street
THE CAROL ANN SHOPPE
119 Baltimore Street
Phone ED 4-5638
INVESTORS' LOAN CORP
ROY E. COLDSMITH, INC.
ROOFING - SIDING - SHEET METAL
310 West High Street Gettysburg, Pa.
Phone ED 4-3187
58 Chambersburg Street
ADAMS COUNTY NOVELTY COMPANY
PINE CARVED TABLES
- -Qb Compllmenis
WIVI. A. BIGHAM
Beal Estate and Insurance
121 Buford Avenue ED 4-3817
GET TYSBURG. PA.
CANNON-AID STAFF "HEADS"
MBs. BICKEL MB. woons
The Most Popular Medium Priced Car
The Family Size Economy Car
Automatic Transmission Repairing
Complete Body Shop Facilities
Full Line of Repairs for All Automobiles
THE H 8: H
South Washington Street
Phone ED 4-3145 or 4-3146
A College of Liberal Arts and Sciences for Men and Women
y and Au' Force Reserve Curricula in Music n Bus s Administrcxtlon
Officer Training Corps and ysiccrl Educatio
Sterling F. Musselman, Representing
THE SENIOR HIGH STUDENT COUNCIL
A Compliments of
Gettysburg Lodge No. 1526
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME AT
COpen 24 Hours?
CARLISLE STREET GETTYSBURG PA
WE DO OUR OWN BAKING
TWIN HEMLIOCK PHEASANT FARM
Pheasanis O Mallard Ducks
Ph 642 8622 F ield R. D. 2
READY MIXED CONCRETE CONCRETE DRAIN TILE GENERAL CONREIE WORK
OH Phone EDgewood 4-2131
Yingling's Implement Sales and Service
MINNEAPULIS MOLINE, FOX
NEW HOLLAND, FRICK
Phone 359-4848 Gettysburg R. D. I
S!g,lMI I E BATTLEEIELD
"Always Good Tas1e"
ii ax? C
HETRICK'S SERVICE CENTER
Phone ED 4-1320
Use Cars Road Service, Storage
1ooY kS i G ty bu1g,Pu.
Best Wishes to the Class of
KEYSTUNE HIDGEWAY COMPANY
NORTH FOURTH STREET GEPTYSBURG. PA,
Off' ED 4-1181 Iohn Reimerx'
SNYDER'S BODY SHOP of
We Specialize in
Auto Body and Fender
Phone ED 4-5915 RAILROAD STREET
FAIRFIELD ROAD GETTYSBURG PA
Compliments of Si?
FEA B E R I S Wholesalers
'Lincoln Square Home Dressed Meats
G ttysbuxg, Pct. Phone ED 4-2187
Sheaffer Bros., Inc.
Machine Shop Service
Mustang Replacement Engines
Phone ED 4-2137
204 Ch mbersburg Street G tty burg, Pa
CLASS OF '62
We invite you to make use of the facilities
offered by this store, whether it be to shop
with us, to meet your friends at Murphy's or
to seek employment with our company, in
the event that you decide upon a retail
G. C. MURPHY CO.
225 S. Franklin Street
Phone ED 4-3107
HOME IMPROVEMENT HEADQUARTERS
S. Blaine Miller W. H. Musser, Mgr.
MEN AND BoY's SHOP
24 Chambersburg Street
DAVE'S PHOTO SUPPLY
Complete Camera and Custom Hi-Fi Service
244 STEINWEHR AVENUE
CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF '62
K. O. DEARDORFF
Life - Fire - Casualty - Allied Lines - Bonding
llO York Street Phone ED 4-4713
Over 35 Years Service to Policyholders
KUHN'S AMERICAN SERVICE
WASHING, LUBE, MINOR REPAIRS
Phone ED 4-4212 525 York Street
Best Wishes to the
Class of 1962
LOWER'S BARBER SHOP
Class of 1962
York Street Office West Street Office
Phone Biglerville 677-7481
Shue's Plumbing and Heating
R. D. 3
Chester S. Shue
Charles "Junie" Kerrigan
FLOOR SANDING AND REFINISHING
131 S. Fourth Street
Gettysburg, Pa. Phone ED 4-6144
THE BATTLEFIELD CHAPTER
oi the Future Farmers
Congratulations t th
Class of 1962
of Amerwa 27 North sermon sneer
Compliments of C0mP1im9n1S Of
Mary-.lo Beauty Salon
Gettysburg Throwing Co.
WEISHAAR BROS., INC
Sheet Metal- Plumbing
Heating - Roofing - Sidings
The Senior High Band is
37 BALTIMORE STREET
Phone ED 4-1159
ROSE-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
primitive mind gave no thought to the morrow.
' f ' ' th k of the educated man
EQ? The habit 0 saving is e mar
' and woman. Also, it is one of the privileges enjoyed
LADIES' AND CHILDRENS In 3 free Amema- ,
BE SMART -- SAVE REGULARLY
371 Interest per Annum Paid on Savings Accounts
Rose Smith Littleton, Prop.
of Gettysburg, Pa.
38 York Street Gettysburg . Pa. Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
On Lincoln Square Since 1857
69 W. MIDDLE STREET
Phone ED 4-1311
"On the Square" '
Henry M. Schart, Manager
PEOPLES DRUG STORE
WISOTZKEY'S SHOE STORE
Men's, Women's, and Children's Shoes
"The Latest in Siyles"
ltimore Street Phone ED 4-5644 Getty
ERIE INSURANCE EXCHANGE
I- HAROLD MILLER
214 W. Middle Street Phone ED 4-4611 Gettysburg.
Souvenirs and Country Ham
2 Miles South on U. S. Route 15
Gettys Lodge No. 124
DF ODD FELLOWS
Chartered August 18, 1845
Compltmems GILBERT'S HUBBY SHOP
230 Steinwehr Ave. on Rt. 15 to Wash., D. C.
MAJESTIC THEATER phone ED 4.5715
Complimems of REMMEL'S PRINT SHUP
54 Chambersburg Street
16 Baltimore Street Gettysburg, Pct.
GETTYSBUHG, PA. R 1Ph B 1 Y. O
SETTLE'S ELECTRIC SERVICE C mphmems
GETTYSBUHGI PA- GETTYSBUHG POST NO 15
Phone ED 4-4134 4 2685 V,15',W,
Serving You Since '22
121 B 1t'more Street
KELLER'S ESSO SERVICE
243 Steinwehr Avenue
y Phone ED 4-4511
HARRY D. RIDINGER
REAL ESTATE BROKER
Gettysburg, Pa. 112 B ltimore Street Phone ED 4 2213
SCHWARTZ FARM SUPPLY BLOSER BABY SHOE CO.
C"mP11me"'S, WAYSIDE FLOWER SHOP
oUUUNEUAUM's, INC. Phone ED 46194
Hanover, Pa. 425 S. Washington Street Gettysburg, Pa.
ELAINE LYDIA of
my 321125 FUTURE BUSINESS
CAROLYN LEADERS OF AMERICA
THE AVENUE DIN ER
COMPLETE FOUNTAIN SERVICE
lust One Block From School
BRITCHER 8: BENDER
DRUGS - TOILETRIES - STATIONERY
SICK ROOM SUPPLIES
27 Chambersburg Street Gettysburg, Pa.
SHEALER'S MOTOR CLINIC
28 North Stratton Street
Phone ED 4-1797
LAWN MOWER AND SMALL ENGINE
Seniors: You missed your chance to fiunk, recoup
your loss by fainting at commencement.
Duane Johnson, Bookseller
29 Carlisle Street CLocall
140 W. High Street CCcrrlisleJ
We Pay Top Prices for Used Diplomas
' Compliments of Compliments
. . . DALE'S TIRE SHOP
Battlefleld Gulf Service Statlon and
Steinwehr Avenue and Baltimore Street
ED 4 8113
Phone ED 4-5617
Compliments of '
IOHN W. BASEHORE
DON'S BARBER SHOP
On the Square in Biglerville
Class of '52
FIVE STAR RESTAURANT
if Compliments of
"Good Food andigriendly Service"
4 Miles South of Gettysburg on U. S. 15 Gettysburg, PQ,
R. D. 2, Gettysburg Phone ED 4-1342
FOR THE FASHIONS YOU LOVE
Shopping Center Gettysburg, Pa.
THE ULD BUZZARD
HUNT AVENUE, INC.
RAMBLER SALES AND SERVICE
L. E. Smith Wholesale
302 York Street
CULLISON 'S SALES
NEW AND UNCLAIMED
Rear 331 S. Washington Street
Phone ED 4-1811
PEACE LIGHT INN
AND TOURIST COURT
Air-conditioned Cottages and Motel
SERVING ALL MEALS
Phone ED 4-1416
- Compliments ot
JACK AND JILL SHOPPE
KEN N IE'S MARKET, INC.
Where You Get More of the
Best for Less
45 S. FRANKLIN STREET
POE THE LATEST IN FASHIONS
130 Chambersburg Street
Rose B. Sanders. Prop.
Phone ED 4-5544
LAMP POST TEA ROOM MINTEHS
O D '1 '
7 a.mIJiR 9:RIJyp.m. F
SERVING BREAKFAST, LUNCH, DINNER WE DELIVER
Mrs. Edna Tuckey, Prop.
Approved by Duncan Hines can ED 4-3116
GETTYSBURG AERIE 1562
54 Years of Service in the Community
125-127 Chambersburg Street
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
Adams County Motors Corp.
FORD - FALCON -T-BIRD
Tharp's One Hour Cleaner
And Shirt Service
Gettysburg Shopping Center
DICK'S SUB SHOPPE
SUBMARIN ES AND PIZZAS
168 Carlisle Str t
SAYLOR'S GULF SERVICE
103-111 Carlisle Street Gettysburg, P
Ph ED 4-4517
GEO. M. ZERFING
GETTYSBURG - LITTLESTOWN
J. MILTON BENDER
HARRY E. BENDER
PATRICK D. MGDERMITT
Complete Insurance Service
AGENT, NATIONWIDE INSURANCE
137 Baltimore Street Phone ED 4-6118
IEWELRY SINCE 1887
25-27 Chambersburg Street
Gettysburg, P .
ARNOLD'S SHELL SERVICE
X. .4 A
250 Buford Aven
FRIENDLY AND COURTEOUS
Phone ED 4-1812
CHARLES S. LUPP
Radio and TV Sales and Service
350 York Street
Phone ED 4-4913
THE SHOE BOX
C. E. WILLIAMS AND SONS
GULF FUEL OIL EXCAVATING
Phone ED 4-5511
137 Baltimore Street
BAKER'S BATTERY SERVICE
RCA, PHILCO. ZENITH
SALES AND SERVICE
135 Baltimore Street ED 4-4410
GALLAGHER 8: SANDERS'
24-HOUR ICE SERVICE
Crushed and Blocked
GALLAGHER'S FOOD MARKET
W. Middle Street Gettysburg, Pa.
JOHN S. FUNT
Phone Biglerville 677-8937
HESS ANTIOUE SHOP
Antiques Bought and Sold
R. D. 6 GETTYSBURG, PA. ED 4-5931 239 Chambersburg Street
HOWE'S SUNOCO SERVICE CONGRATULATIONS
CLASS OF 1962
SUNOCO PRODUCTS AND KELLY TIRES IUDY EILEEN
S.GH. Green Stamps
ED 4-2297 SI Buford Avenue SENIOR HIGH M AIORET-I-ES
REC-PARK DIN ER
The Best Food Possible
For the Lowest Possible Price
Owners-Tom and Ruth Wolf
247 West Street ED 4-9064 Gettysburg, Pa.
LOCALLY OWNED AND MANAGED
Serving 7,220 Rural Members in
Adams, Cumberland and York Counties
Along 1,500 Miles of Line
Adams Electric Cooperative, Inc.
Phone ED 4-3197
MACHINE at WELDING co.
Ernest H. Simpson, Prop.
4th and Water Streets P. O. Box 252
Dial ED 4-5949
H. E. BRINKERHOFF
On Lincoln square
HERRINC'S ELECTRIC SERVICE
irs and Electric Heating
Phone Gettysburg ED 4-4176
The Family Department Store
COURTEOUS - CHEERFUL
ROBERT R. IVICCOY
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING GETTYSBURG, PA.
Gifts - Jewelry
Steinwehr Avenue Extd.
Local and Long
Phone ED 4-3614
Congratulations to the
Class of 1962
GETTYSBURG 5:li:ErgDSir:Zii Congratulations to the SCI'IMITT'S
MUSEUM INC REDDINGS PEI-ERS DECORATION
Hardware, Paint, Auto FUNERAL HQME Carpet . Furniture
.Home of the and Home Supplies Telephone ED 4.5815 Slip Covers , Dnaperies
30 York Street
321 Carlisle Street
Phone ED 4-4118
mdmg as BEAUTY SALON RESTAURANT
DOUGHEHTY 158 E. Water Street Margaret L, Spangler Chambersburg Street
6' HARTLEY Owner - Operator
Dry Goods, Notions and The Fastest Cleanest Phone ED 4,4017 STEAKS ' CHOPS
Underwear Wash in Town Gettysburg Pa SEA FOOD
EAST END Gr:rTYsBURG N, O, SIXEAS Compliments of
PLANING MILL NEWS AND GE PPLIANCES so WEST
Custom Mm work Gettysburg' Pa' 62 Chambersburg Street Route 30
MORRIS GITLIN Compliments of Compliments GROCERY
DEALER IN ALL GLENN L. BREAM of Meats
KINDS OF JUNK
Rear of Carlisle Street
Phone ED 4-1216
Oldsmobile - Cadillac
246 YORK STREET
Call ED 4-1368
ROBERT P. SNYDER
Complete Line of
Men's and Boys'
Clothing and Furnishings
Shoes for the
20 York Street
Locker - Processing
and Frozen Food
THE GIFT BOX
29 Chambersburg Street
Greeting Cards and
W. T. GRANT CU.
WEIKERT'S BARBER SHOP
Trone and Weikeri Men's Shop
Home Mutual Life Insurance
Plaza Building Gettysburg, Pa.
INSURED SAVINGS PLANS
ACCIDENT AND HEALTH INSURANCE
Office Supplies and
195 Miles Out
Rear 46 York Street
ROOFING - SIDING
49 Steinwehr Avenue 126 E. King Street
Zenith Hearing Aids
GETTYSBURG LITTLESTOWN 118 Baltimore Street 28 Chambersburg Street
Phone ED 4-2913 359-4194 Gettysburg, Pa.
QOQXQMAKEPQOQ Compliments gf Mews and Boys wear Compliments
it ' 1- GETTYSBURG
-gg and BOOKMART
6 N11 - S, F- H. A. HANOVER PLAZA
QNEWRO WESTMI STER
TEETER STONE, INC.
Crushed Stone Products
Phone ED 4-3165
Class of '62
Route 15, lk Mile North
REA AND DERICK
Lincoln Square and York Street
Com liments of Compliments of IACOBY-,S Compliments of
P DAVE OYLEH GIFT sHoP
HANKEY's MOTORS BANKERS
GROCERY LINCOLN - MERCURY Between Gettysburg INSURANCE
Abe, Glenn and Junie
Phone Biglerville 677-7733
Compliments of C0mPlimeHfS to IOHN'S
C m liments
0 P IEANNES Class of 1962 DISCOUNT BARN
of BEAUTY SALON BEAUTY BY Toys
SANDY'S Air Conditioned Dryers ROSALIE Juvenile Furniture
RESTAURANT 142 Hanover Street 217 N. Stratton Street 3 Mi- E. U, S. Route 30
' Gettysburg, Pa. ED 4-3827 ED 4.3972
IAMES P. NETH
MR. AND MRS. Service Hardware I Kitchen Breagi, Refills, Buns
BILL DAYTON Utensils -Lawn Boy W2 'mfs
PA. Lawn Mowers Ph0Ile Biglerville
F' t ' Cook 677-7020
mes m ware ED 44790 43 Baltimore Street
FISSEL-BRITCHER CORBA-N'S EsTEP's
Masonic Building W1'1'HERQW'S 270 S. Washington Street
Gettysburg, Pa. GRQCERY ED 4-2255
' - ltimore Street
h Corean McM1ll1on B3
P one ED 4,3414 Owner and Operator
9 a.m. till one huur after dark-send lor Free color Folder
Hs f-Sbul0lI3-I Famous... HL
--wonro's Mosr BEAUTIFUL STORYLANDH
"World's Most Enchanting Woodland"
Located on Route 134, the Taneytown Road
SPECIAL GROUP RATES
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