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

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This year was not unusualg it followed the pattern of countless years before it. Individual classes and days seemed to last forever, yet the year passed quickly. The school itself changed very little. This is the last year some will spend within these walls. The end of this year means separation: the temporary end of many friendships, and others becoming vague memories. When will the separation end, or is the past lost forever? It can't be. Over a period of years all will be relived. This is the purpose of this book. In it are many memories. All are waiting to be remembered and relived. They are for- ever preserved within these pages. just remember when . . . Q , K , W 7 a+,Sw,g,,.A:.g,1X.f., . , z. ,,,, MMM... h 7,1 al kwli ol , fx 5,21 QA Gvkzollk W Q15 ,hw g1glt1qg!'x:7g4,:4,l 1 E ' t . I I f ,bg KX s 7 ' A 1- 'pls-:Qi sgslik'L.f,k4g?1wV:is,Q'3 5q?i5ffU sl Girl wr H1 f" ,, --Q A ,, , A w LH 2 , , X 'B f", N? "fn ' af'-r"". .T .,.,.-w'A I gif 1 'OH uf 1 I , W,.,, -. -f W '41 all wx , Q , 1 A Q 9 V, , ,, . u1 gE Qx 52335 e5 as K 4 , I Mr Vg .1 R 127 343 ., , 7 4 . 1 9 rut 'U 149 'Pl UI, 1 51: ,13 'U 'lr I 41 R ph 'D fb Y ll 1 , , ol .-L, 'JSF-W "2 5 E :X , 3 . 6 if LL.. A.LXA,,,x,J, ,. 2MiA7 in fi sag: :ggi cz, 1 ,. Teachers - Qomefimes opponenfs Someiimes friends Bui alwags helping. e Gei-ling us where we're going P -foww-V gs 9 L Ad minisiraiion and Faculig Mr. Moris Quint, Principal 10 . a ,5,.1. fin..X- ., ': ,.., . , W .swf S 1 ii P133 A24 2 5 1" Q . ' ' f ,H QQ! T ff' ' 1111 - ff 'I w R . . N x. W ,U 5 A X A ., A ii,ii V IIZ e ,. wr, six ,i g . -- gi, J ' V ' . x 1 if i Iii, xl . Q .. Louella Miller, Secretary Top Left: Mr. Patrick D. McDermitt, Assistant Principal Left: Dorothy E. Fidlcr, Secretary i ' I Librarians: D. Haskins, C. Howe, Secretary A. -I. Thomas, Guidance W. Coradctti, Guidance E. Kuhn, Secretary 5. . ggzi. if Left: Nurse: E. Miller Below: Special Education: W. Klauber Bottom Left: I. Tectcr - Home-School Visitor I , 'W Right: Driveris Training: W. I-Ieyser, E. Little Top: Home Ec.: E. J. Schwartz Bottom Left: Language: A. Spangler, R. Boehne, 1. Perez, M. Brcchbill ..,,,xW Top: Business: R. Diehl, A. Lehman,-I. Kartoz, G. Yohe, L. Gemrnell, B. Ecker Bottom: Vocational: D. Warne, B. Conover, G. Glenn Top: Social Studies: S. Spatz,j. Price, R. Brown, S. DeR.iggs, T. Fox, M. Eckhart Bottom: Fine Arts: T. Gilbert, C. Mummert, R. Parse1s,j. Pyle , I m""Nf'Qv.W Mx.. .. if--W W, .,..,.-- ' L :.f'ifi:xQ'?w' L' "Ziff ffif:f.if-w K Top: Physical Education: E. Rcinhart, T. Crist, G. Forney,j. Brownley, L. Ward Bottom: Science: G. Daskivich, V. Weitzel, E. Stcinruck, D. Vandcrau, W. Leslie, S Carlson Below: Industrial Arts: D. Hamm, M. Illick, P. Hi11,,I. Hodge E33 1 V .-: V .ENT X: ' .., - h I R -' l 4 7 ' 211' H 5 4 xi English: E. Chase,,I. O,KeefC, C. Omer, R, Purdy, M. L. Schwartz Math: L. Doo, K. Pompa, D. Woods,j. Gregor, A. Bushcy LUUIUL 'U O LLI 2 Cusfodians 'Z .J If , , 31311 I v I i V 'fix YHA - s Q36 ,':' , . cg' 35 y... , , .Q 6 wg, Wa , .Qfoff Qfbag? ,Mae ..x. ,-,Q , 5 Ill? :uw ix- 0 Ili: .9 , elm , 9,9 14 ffkk ,a. llm g.. nan ..I J. Stoops, Cafeteria Manager 5 Ak 0,1 S:g"' .llif aa 1 . f 0 f a 4' . if "9N ' va f in JR 'V A 9, 9.g K f. 9 QX tails 4'sf ,Q i hte Oy -Q it 'l fu, ,JF ,L Q 9,3 its vw. we awfif QQ- 'Qs W Q 'ifvi e5r,',,f wif, Qgeutas W' 2s'5'4"'f 'I o fe 62,199 4 Qi? 1-ga ' , 3.0, ,, . fy is 5 z 0883 me 5.!!-Y-!Mp?' 3 Q .3 k N , X L, ,pw W. y, Cafeieria Qiaff HUQQS WITHOUT Wurluerllblg, Filled wilh a special lhing Laugh: I could laugh And I did Neil Diamond L......-.- 'M 'ii 'IF' ' ,- Mm hm -.. yu is ble W Randy Kenneth Adams Q Q E 1 Doris jane Adelsberger Thomas William Alberts 1 I M2 .i , Lou Ann Allison Denise Yvonne Arendt Ona L. Ashby Queen Esther Ann Atterberry Robert L. 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Davis Gary Lee Dcardorff Pamela -Io Dcardorff nsnuq'-:,,,,,,.,.,.,,4, ,......--- iii' S Y 3 john William DeHaas Gerald Dewhitc Dellinger jr. Nelun de Silva Leonard Allen Dick Eugene Carroll Dillon Wayne M. Dubbs Paul H. Dudash - .W I AMN Shcllyjean Eberhart David Entenmann Illini' Melanie Ann Fair Stephen Charles Fissel Gregory Allen Duncan Samuel R. Everharr l james C. Fitzbergcr Ronald Harry Fleming Wayne Richard Flickinger Stephen Bishop Fomey Darlene Gaye Foust Q K an Rita Char Beth Frealing Debra Iean Glass V XE - jeffrey A. Gilland Karin jill Gobbel Edward A. Goble Stephen Wayne Golladay Wayne Eugene Gorman Patrick W. Grace Larry F. Green Todd D. Green f iw. v Q A 4, ff A Q ..,,. M, .i 3,9 K. if , 3 Q' if -in ,Q-L, ,-1.3 . .K-.gm .1g::z.Q, 1 WM I - -' JE . I " A ., 1 3 if WL 11, ,. 4 3 vii? 5 Qi' ' -- .f i .5 ,gf :Qi - 121 E .,k:,l.,. .,.... wk jackie L. Harbaugh jr. David R. 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Troxcll jr Qi QQ Laura Jeanne Turner Malia Gail VanDykc nn' V mgag A ,my lj V X . -pe , Q f M Mx .,f W, x A .E . f Q akin - ,,.,1- ,. , F' f W ,C , 5 t, A n A Q V V . ip Y V W1-, 5 V' vl f -Q4x,'4 .nm V, fd, -wh Q f f 4. no ,pa .,,,,, --"" 4 .17 X lr ,,.-., ,Xi ' r, .. ,- . l .4 w -' . . Todd Richard Waybright Ronald Alvin Weaner Lisa Anne Weaver William B. Weaver jr. Linda Elaine Willman Miller William Brook Wescott Larry Thomas Wetzcl Daniel Charles Wherlcy Beth Ann White Beth Rebecca Wilcs A ' 'Y ' 'xi' 25 su A ,. ., jill Karen Williamson M an A -M . ,r 7 ff i Y WK v , ', 3' . 17 fu. Patricia G. Wills Fred W. Wilson jim Wilson Thomas L. Wisotzkey Miriam Barbara Wolfe Kimberly Ann Yingling Bradley Wyatt Debbie Lynn Wyatt Cathy Yingling Olson james Guy Zcigler Kathy Faye Zellner It seems to me a crime that we should age These fragile times should never slip us by A time you never can or shall erase As friends together watch their childhood fly. Elton john and Bemie Taupin MM. W Q 'S "Sweeping cobwebs from the edges of mg mind Had io gei awag io see whai we could find Hope the dags ihai lie ahead Bring us back io where iheg're Ied" - Graham Nash Class Of 75 Top: G. Barney, M. Beecher, C. Baker, D. Alt, B Beard, L. Bender, B. Baumgardner, R. Arnold, T Atkins Below: K. Brodbeck, L. Bowers, S. Brennan, E. Brant- ner, S. Bream, G. Bushman, P. Bowers Bottom: C. B1oom,j. Bigharn, B. Boehner, C. Bid- if Znba 5 dulph, B. Bollinger, K. Black, K. Bornemann, B. .,. , f-Q., Bishop, .... ..f. Top: B. Danner, B. Criswell,-I. Cresslcr, E. Daniels, A. Cromer. Left: B. Deaner, M. Dcardorff, S. Day,j. Davis,,I. Davis. Bottom: B. Clowncy, M. Cassatt, M. Clark, W. Bushcy, A. Clapper, B. Cole, G. Cordori, C. Cordori,j. Conover, S. Coddington. Top: R. Dillion, B. Dickey, P. Emerson, L. E1icker,j. Ebcrhart, B. DeHoff. Below: D. Hand, D. Hardman, T. Hamm, S. Griggs, C. Groft, M. Harbaugh K, Groft. Right: 1. Eyler, P. Ep1ey,j. Estcp, S. Filus, D. Ferrer, C. Eyler. Bottom: B. Garlach, T. Fritz, M. Gcbhart, C. Fisscl, C. Gcbhart, S. Frazec,j. Forney, D. Gastley, T. Gemmil. f 7 l nenqsu. ww. :V w...murs:,mx' 1.4: Nu s wg, iwnn. M.we.f'j,f A Air' Sr' ' v ' .QLJQ5 3 -439 staff' was f 'fu V-Her. 2 -9'fWVf" 'ft ' . .f g . f XL .. - Q Top Left: J. Herrick, V. Herring, C. Hess, T. Hess, F. Herring. Bottom Left: C. Hoffman, G. Hook, T. Hess, D. Hower, C. Howe, R. Heyser Bottom Right: S. Hem1er,j. Harrison, T. Heffner, S. Harris,-I Heinzelman, B. Herr Top Right: B. Gilbert, P. G1atfelter,j. Grau, K. Graham Right: Front: D. Kennel, D. Kline, K. Kessler, C. Kepner, S. Kimple, D. Kint, Back: P. Kettermgn, R. King Below: C. Keller, B. jaskiewicz, D. jones, J. Hydock, D. Irvin, P. Karr, R. Jacoby, D. Jordan, J. Hunt X 'N Right: D. Kump, S. Laidlow, T. Kuehl, C. Kuhn, J. Kump,-I. Kriz, T. Kritz, L. Lawver, On chair: L. Kuhn Left: B. Lutz, B. MacPherson, H. McPhai1 Below: Front: A. Luquettc-:,J. Little, K. Liller, Back: T. Lecdy,J. Loose Right: Row 1: P. Nliller, N. Macks, R. Miller, Row 2: D. Martin, -I. Morin V. Miller, S. M. Miller, M. Marrcws, Row 3: R. Miller, K. Mehl, C. Moore, B. Miller, R. Miller, D. Miller. Above: S. Myers, B. Newton, N. Muenzfeld, B. Olson, S. Naugle, B. Naugle R Newman, R. Morris, G. Ogbum, C. Munshour, D. Nuna.maker,j. Murdock. Top: E. Partchey, R. Pensinger, K. Pyles, B. Plank, S. Plank, M. Omdorff, A. Ous- soren, G. Poole, B. Peck, L. Raffensberger Bottom Left: B. Richardson, J. Riley, M. Riley, B. Rigby, T. Redding Bottom Right: C. Robbins, P. Rinehart, M. Riley, B. Rohrbaugh,j. Saunders, G. Sanders, D. Reynolds .midi , " F '- fi Q. Top: Row 1:j. Sheen, R. Schindler, B. Smith, D. Scott, Row 2: C. Top: P. Strausbaugh, E. Tapp, B. Strine, R. Strausbaugh Shaffer, L. Settle, D. Scort,j. Slothour, D. Sheppard Bottom: Front: L. Stover, -I. Stevens, J. Steinour, N. Spicer, Back Bottom: C. Thompson, A. Tuckey, K. Taughinb rugh, B. Trimmer, D. Speelman, D. Snyder, K. Sprigg, P. Smith, K. Stcinberger D. Topper, R. Turnbow, K. Trostle 86 Left: B. Waybright,-I. Wagner, L. Warren, B. Walters, D. Walters, D. Macks, Tree: T. Turner, P. Vasold, G. Waldy, B. Uber Below: M. White, -I. Zimmerman, P. Wills, D. Williams, T. Williams, D. Welty Bottom: Front: L. Keese, S. Hallman, B. Bear, R. McCoy, S. A. Miller, J. Sapp, S. White, T. Fissel, V. Kauffman, C. Hess, V. Groft, L. Lovett, M. Shull, D. Shoemaker, W. Plank, C. Gilbert, Back: D. Redding, T. Ziegler, P. Row- land, R. Thomas, T. Leech, R. Miller, P. Shultz, J. Corbin, J. I-Iinks, D. Bohner, D. Dunkel, L. Reed, T. Hartzell, P. Rhinehart, S. Singley, R. Heflin, T. Leech, B. Kime, D. DeSimon K is , M 2 ,ami The sky is clearing and the night has cried enough The sun he comes, and the world to soften up Rejoice, rejoice, we have no choice but to carry on. Stephen Stills Sw, W gn 6 15 ff W. ,, ,Q Q. -A W ,, Av E K M ., ff , 4 :, .Mx J" ..', , If f ,, ,,,, ff- I Z' 'af ., :A v 'K' ,jk Wwe- W lm '51 "SH-lin' in ihe classroom Thinkin' i+'s a drag: Lisienin' lo lhe ieaoher Jusf ain'+ mg bag" - Brownsville Slalion Class Of 76 Right: Bottom: M. Aclelsberger, E. Annis, L. Acevedo, Top: J. Allison, M. Baglieri, M. Angell Above: F. Ankney, M. Baumgardner, E. Beach, R. Adams, D. Barnes, C. Becker, D. Barnes Right: Top: T. Bender, B. Belt, E. Bloom, S. Black, Bottom: K. Beegle, S. Bol- linger, S. Becker ,g,. . -, T 33 I ..,, Q- '3 A QL-fi-,xp I lx. inf-f . Qff .,4a.'-v-N..,i5 ?5'f"e"L"X N-Offer'--:ff-'Lf w.fv.4-AC 51 C.-WL 112,-.,,.,1a14 C. 1- AQ L,,,,,,-x :J C, tr, -L , . x . CQ N . .,..cs..,t,i3 .s :..r,,,,, N "ff5, ,L-.gil Ure ,f5.,Q ' wr: Left: K. Brodbeck, S. Bricker, B. Bucher, D. Brantley, Bot- tom: B. Brawner, R. Brent, T. Brewer Below: Top: G. Bucher, S. Carlson, M. Burek, D. Cleveland, Bottom: O. Casanova,j. Carson, T. Burkholder, E. Bugbee l I l R. Davidowitz, P. Davis, D. Clowney, L. Culver, K. Corbin, T. Cluck .f.........,v-N Sym f' ff. .- 1 'r .- ... ..., L C.. f - V3 .f 3.1 ,, 3 1' f-L, cb a ...,,f.xA hui bhrx-'21 -,J-J ...ku q.:.:......aQ-, Right: M. DcHaas, K. Duncan, B. Dimler,j. Dillinger, W. Dillman, D. Deardorff, S. Dow- ney, G. Danncr, D. Docrsom, S. Davis, L. Dillon Below: M. Flynn, K. Flinkingc-:r,j. Fowler, K. Fox Above: T. Eden, T. Fidler, W. Eckelrnan, D. Flax, B. Fair, M. Finn, C. Ferrer, M. Fair Left: D. Gebhart, L. Fransico, K. Ga1lager,J. Frealing, K. Fritz, J. Garrctson Above: Row 1: W. Henry, -I. Hartley, D. Heiges, T. Harner,j. Holland, Row 2: L. Henry, M. Henderson, L. Hippensteel, S. Hillard, Row 3: P. Hemler, W. Himmelreich, S. Hinks Left: B. Hansford,j. Gormley, G. Guise, D. Hansford, K. Hagmayer, S Hammann, C. Grissom L ly gy N f K ily L ZW f' I- 'l . yt Q-3 . Wiffxy N .Wm '33 .5614 . y X ,U w QM . lffx A., lf. ly . AM pf my A llvilf A ' ,+P ll 'ljuliq 1 4, an fl - 5 , xl ' V. f WWW ll H lll fl, pw all . k V - . .- . V N, ' f' ll V new H l QP l ., swf ' rt ' fx Q' -' l WU! L59 l WZ .3 I ,sf ll i WJ' L Right: Bottom: S. Harman, D. Haskins, D. Hess, Top: R. Hutchison, D. Hutchinson, S. Hollingsworth Below: Bottom: K. Kauffman, P. Kaumans, S. jordahl, A. jeffcoat, Back: R. Kammerer, L. johnson, B. Kane Bottom: Front: R. Kendelhart, M. Keller, R. Kerrigan, D. Kelly, Back: J. Kimple, K. Kimple, E. Keller Right: Front: M. Franz, A. Louser, R. Garbar, M. Culli- son, H. Hunt, S. Harrison, G. Hess, K. McCartney, J. Martin, Back: M. Howe, E. Bames,j. Garretson, K. jones, F. Plank, R. Oyler,,I. Stiles, D. Howard Below Left: Front: 1. Marthers, C. Miller, D. Martin, Back: S. Meligakes, L. Merry, B. Mellors, L. Mickley, K. Masenheimer below Right: Front: D. Lardis, S. Knox, D. Landspergerhl. Lawrence, Back: T. Leatherman, B. Lamb, R. Little, S. Koontz, R. .ewis Bottom: Front: J. McComsey, A. Lobaugh, M. Loose, S. McCul1ey, Back: J. MacPhearson, W. Little, D. Marcum Right: R. Parr, D. Myers, G. Naugle, P. Parish, C. Norman, C. Nelson, D. Nau- gle. Bottom Right: D. Pierce, C. Powell,-I. Pettingell, M. Polinski, S. Purdy, P. Per- chulyn, M. Polley Bottom Left: Row 1: R. Miller, N. Miller, S. Miller, Row 2: D. Mummert, S. Miller, H. Minter,.I. R. Miller, Row 3:1 Miller, N. Mull, T. Monahan, S. Miner if 'ir Q Rib Jgfgg wig iufihl'-:V I Ar, 55,351 'fix YZ" M5615 " -A i, 325.5 'ig " ,V 1,Q""'? ve: Row 1: C. Selegrnan, S. Scott, C. Schanoltz, M. Shealer, Row 2: . Shealer, T. Settle, D. Sharrah, L. Schober, Row 3:1 Seamans, G. hrade, S. Schutt, J. Sheen Top Left: Front: L. Robinson, D. Royston, K. Roth, D. Riley, S. Rosensteel, C. Rice, Back: R. Robinson, K. Rohrbaugh, A. Roser, C. Richtie,j. Rosensteel Top Right: Front: S. Redding, F. Qually, M. Reeder, C. Reifsnider, K. Reedy, Back: D. Reisinger, C. Redding, B. Redding, M. Renard, D. Reecher Above: L. Schnidler, S. Sanders, T. Rudisill, D. Sanders, W. Sapp, D. Saylor, F. Sanders, R. Sanders, M. Rura Right: M. Snyder, K. Smith, D. Singley, A. Singer, C. Small, D. Shoemaker, A. Schnock, S. Slaybaugh Below: Row 1: D. Schindleclecker, D. Stambaugh, K. Schri- ver, M. Small, Row 2: B. Stamar, B. Steinour, B. Spicer, Row 3: M. Staub, N. Sollenberger, S. Stakley, l . Above: Front: C. Stonesiffer, T. Stouffer, B. Strausbaugh, S. Spalding, D. Stewart, S. Stempfle, E. Stonesiffer, Back: C. Stemer, L. Sternar, D. Strite, S. Strine, N. Storm Left: L. Swope, W. T ackct, E. Tem- ple, M. Topper, B. Swigcn, P. Top- per, B. Swigant,-I. Tipton, D. Tan- gCI' Above: Front: S. Williams, R. Triuitt,-I. Warner, W. Wagman, T. Wcitzel, E. Weancr, Back: A. Wickerharn, L. Wctzel, S. Trimmer, L. Trisch, M. Wcrdebaugh, D. Wal- ters, B. Wilcs, I. Tullcy, C. White, D. Whitc,j. Willman Left: L. Yingling, D. Wood, C. Witter, P. Wood, G. Yin- gling, M. Zcpp, C. Yingling, C. Yingling, T. Yang HUM rf , Z LA l i , ' x v'fwXif?". . . 1 ,wg 1: K , wwff 9 , Q , ' A --" fi.: , . .. . I ..,. , LL,. fl , '55 x Y? -'IEW ',' E5 K f 49' 5 k,-' K, .QV k,g N 55:1 ,..1 m ,B Ml l-m.ffnfupm,wa1.q,,,fk-,'M ,..n,.wHf W M- 'I O 1 11 .I 0 T vs Y W W.. , f L JH? ' " " 'F 4 2 -K Lg' W ,f' will Watch tor we shall somedag be leaders and we will call this world ours a world of tomorrow built on dreams ot' todag dreams formed bg unforgettable moments ot' sometimes success. failure hopes tossed to create the intricate collage We know as high school dreams inspired bg long ago innocence and friendship enshrinned bg the voices ot' those we can sag "I once knew" - Spectrum i, A s A... 5, Us lhl sn'+ snow greaf? sn'+ ii cool? sn'+ if bei-ter hen if closes fhe school? 6 ax, r f s A Anna Kunkel, Senior Class Andrea Hoffman, V. Pres. - Diane Kump, Sec. - Brenda Spalding, Treas. Class Officers They think we're young and we don't care They think we're blind and unaware. But we're young and strong We seldom do wrong We are strong and invincible lead us to the principle. We are your leaders. S Y -Q lm Class Debbie Nunamaker, V. Pres. - Carol Munshour, Sec. - Pres. - David Saylor, V. Pres. - Scott Davis, Sec. - Rura, Treas. - Richard Heflingjunior Class Lynne Robinson, Treas. - Tammy Rudisillg Sophomore Sfudenf Council Workers of the world unite You have nothing to lose but your chains Pres. - Rlta Frealmg, V. Pres. - Wayne Biesccker, Sec. -james LeVan, Treas Rick Kranias, Ad. - Mrs. Schwartz avialfff' J 5 Fufure Nurses of America Advisor - Mrs. Gemmel, Pres. - Kathy Burcham, V Pres. - Brenda Redman, Treas - Debbie Martin, Sec. - Val Nunamaker Fuiure Farmers of America From the Ag-Room comes the sound of laughter. It comes from the members of the Battlefield chapter. Making first- place floats, wearing their blue and gold coats. Tomorrow they'll be the men who allow the country to grow. --11sE,g,f.s1:! "5ii1Sz.f,5,.5si1.iffi:f Pres. - Eugene Dillon, V. Pres. - Carl Kellar, Sent. - Pat Grace, Advisors: Mr, Conover, Mr, Wgmc and Mr, Glenn Treas. - Dave Irvin, Reporter - Bob Clowny, Chaplain - Graig Keefer x ii Ere! Nm's"""---5..- Advisor " MIS' Schwartz' Pres' - Sharon Zifk, V. Pres. - Carol Strite, Sec. - Kristy Yingling, Treas. - Bev Plank, Hist. - Dilnf Sffiff, Song Leader - Ellen Ke1lar,.Ir. S.C. Rep. - Laura Henery Front: Anita Crouse, Vickey Fritz, Kathy Rehmeyer, Tersa Parr, Paula Hawn Back: Peggy Chapman, Becky Seitzer, Lynn Settle, Barbara Riley, Karen Powell Missing: Patty Day, Judy Little, Charity Shultz Future Homemakers of America One of the most active and surely one of the most useful clubs in school is the Future Homemakers of America. This year as every year, the FHA held its awards banquet, with the club members, parents as guests. The club also held a Christmas party, served as hostess for the regional conference, and attended the state meeting at Pitts- burgh, April 20-22. We have the FHA to thank for such things as the sale of Christmas novel- ties and cards, a refreshment stand at the football games, and, for the teach- ers, coffee and tea available in the teachers lounge daily. Sz, U' K 0 l , V Aff!-' U-ifcm XE,- if i et!" 'dfqfr Mpnfxx ww , xx gl' ' ,f , ,J luv!" X t Drama If there's a smile on my face it's only there tryin to fool the public but when it comes down to foolin you now that's quite a different subject. Really I'm sad . . . but like a clown I pretend to be glad. - Smokey Robinson and the Miracles National Thespians, Ad. Chris Glatfelter, Barb Crapster, Rita Frealing, Kathy Burcham, Rolf jordahl, Bonnie Books Mrs Yohc Pres ,I Saunders Vice Pres. - C. Harris, Sec.-Treas. + B. Trimmer Business Club This yearis Business Club consisted of twelve very active Members, with jackie Saunders as this year's president, Carrie Harris as Vice-president, and Beth Trimmer, secretary-treasurer. Projects for the year included bake sales, which were held regularly, the sponsoring and provision of food and gifts for a needy family at Christmas time, providing and selling programs at basketball games, a field to a busi- ness college or secretarial school, and many social events for club members and their guests, such as a spring pic- nic, a Christmas party and a graduation dinner. Science Club O mercy mercy me ah things aren't what they use to be Radiation under ground and in the sky And most of the birds livin near by are dyin . . . O mercy mercy me Ah things aren't what they use to be What about this over crowded land How much more from man can you stand. - M. Gaye -,px W l 5 1 2 ,Jia ' , '-'E' gf I W 12,4 Girls Aihleiic Associaiion With sticks, balls and bats, we change from everyday girls to deter- mined, hardfighting jocks. Pres. - Becky Loose V. Pres. - Willie Davis Sec. - Vicki Carver Treas. - Brenda Spalding Seniors Cabinet Members: J. Crist, M. Loose, W. Davis, A. Hoffman, Advisors: Mrs. Joanne Brownley, Mrs. Edith Reinhart K. Duncan, M. VanDyke, D. Spalding, V. Carver, B. Spald- ing, P. Reinhart, B. Books, B. Loose ' Q gigs ,if Aid Q' I !',,.f' -ww Varsilg Club . I VL A A EVCWb0dYiS2Sf2f- - - Aih' . P - EVCfYb0dY Wants fo rl ll 2k P Shine ' ' ' H "L-W- ieilffi ll8 Keg Club Power to all our friends To the music that never ends To the people we want ro be . . . Power to the boys rhar play rock and roll Make our lives so sweet Power to the girls we know and those Wc'vc yer to meer. Director: Mr. Murnmert Orchesira "Music is love and love is music if you know what I mean. People who believe in music are the happiest people I've ever seen." Gel-fgsburg High School Band . . . Don't you fret, don't you fear I will give you good cheer Lifc's a long song Lifc's a long song Life's a long song But the tunes done too soon for us all Jethro Tull Director: Mr. Parsels 'Ili Maiorctte: Kathy Zellner Majorettes: Kim Masenheimer, Sue Benner, Kim Ketterman, Betsy Dickey, Dawn Tanger, Kathy Zellner Waybnght Major Banner Carrier: Debbie jones, Lisa Weaver, Cindy Howe In Aciion Colorguard: Co-Captains - Mel Overman and Gina Rudisill, Pat Rhinchart, Priscilla Parish, Tammy Rudisill, Cindy Kep- ncr, Vicki Herring 14. L ffiisf? 'Y :-Wb I i 1. f L ., ,. La -N '21 L' Ki Choir Sing, sing a song Make it simple to last your whole life long Don'r worry if iris not good enough for anyone else but you Sing, sing a song - The Carpenters Director. Mr. Gilbert ni f 2 M 9 1 ' ' Q, j wif fi! Editors Maroon and While: Truth our guide - the student body good our aim, with honor to ourselves and knowledge to the reader. Advisor: Ms. Chase Editor and Chief: Fred Schultz Sports Editor: Mike Sanders News Editor: jim Hoffman Feature Editor: Beth MacPherson Once again the Editors News Staff: Leigh Schultz, joanette Eberhart, Kim Ketterman, Stan Sollenberger, Ann Louser, Dari Hand f K .51 fy F borts staff: Fred Wilson, Mike Sanders, Andy Hoffman Editor-in-Chief Fred Schultz ture Staff: Kim McCarthy, Laurie Raffcnspergerhlim Holland, Beth MacPherson, Deb arnaker American Field Service How small the world would be if we could make others see that the World is made of people like you 'n me. They may have differ- ent Ways, different customs from our day . . . but they are people like you 'n me. Reach out, open your hand help unite the world. President: -Laura Turner Secretary: Toni Stanton Treasurer: Rhonda Hull Advisor: Mrs. Ecker Sister of Nelun: jerri Schober Foreign Exchange Student: Nelun Ambassador to Yugoslavia: Laura Turner Ambassador to Turkey: Rita Frealing Nelun De Silva Wijegeraine 1973- I 974 Foreign Exchange Siudeni From Ceglon Cannon-Aid Qiaff I 973- I 974 These are the people who wrote the book That makes you think, that makes you smile These are the people who put it all together . . . for you. Co-Editors-in-Chief : jim and Bonnie Books Advigofg Miss Judith Pyle Advisor: Mr. john Gregor L TX:-.iz Typist: Anna Kunkel Business Staff: Editor --Ierrie Schober, Colleen Shaffer, Kim McCarthy, Mimi Dyke, Anne Travitz ff S Goll d Editor Mark Purd Tina Sports Staff Editor Willie Davis Deb Nunarnaker Deb Gastley Sta teve a ay y , Y Nina Ohler Andy Hoffman Kim Ketterman, Mimi VanDyke, Kim McCarthy What do you want? What do you want? I'm giving everything I have I'm even trying to see if there's more Locked deep inside, I'11 try I'11 try. - Robert Lamm 2 . Y me W Colors Dag W 4 Ociober 19. 1973 Red and Yellow and Pink and Green, Purple and Orange and Blue, I can sing a Rainbow, Sing A Rainbow, too. 'L EZWQT I ka -'Ie ' A ' fi:-Q , ::.L. Q N' ' ' ix A Q: fn 'when-if ffivg f ' 1, CW ' ' ff' '?"- 73-'nf -xg, fb- Homecoming 1973 When fall nips the air Thereis a special brand of music A special season and A special feeling. The queen and court The team and band The spectators. Homecoming brings us all Together and gives us that united feeling. l Queen Lisa Weaver and Escort jim Hoffman Queen and her Court: J. Hoffman and L. Weaver, T. Waybright and K. Ketterman, M. Purdy and M. Karr, D. Boehner and W. Davis, M. Lilley and R. Rudisill. 53.15 "We mag never pass ihis wag again" - Seals and Crofis Mag QQ. 1974 King - Mark Purdy, Queen Tom Wisotzkey, Bev Knox, King - Mark Purdy, Brenda Spalding, Skip Dudash, Becky Loose, Rita Freal McCleaf 'Q av, az' -wr 'Y www M 1 ww if v .f 2 x Bev, "f , ' . YVllllllllg ISII I UVUYUIIIIIISI buf waniing io win is." - Vince Lombardi i i i ii 5 L 1 , i W1 fi? 'ik Football This years football team had a 4-6-O record. The team did have 6 returning letterman even though the team lost their defensive and offensive first string. They also had the task of defending the title of co-championship. This means most teams are out to get you. This years team did manage to take revenge on the teams that beat us last year. They were Westminster and Shippensburg. Though we didn't have a winning season, the boys did have the benefit of the memories which come along with football. Some of those memories were: double sessions and the cold mornings which later turned into blistering hot afternoons. Other memories include the singing talents of "Chief,, singing the "Shaffer jingle,', "Stud man" singing "It's my partyv and "Dude" singing "Pan- cho five dollar a Week." The team did have many fine accomplishments. Larry Green scored 5 touchdowns in the Susquenita game. "Bum" upheld a great 55 yard punt average for the season. His longest punt was a 54 yarder at the Shippensburg game. john DeHaas made All- Conference and Ken Shafer and Larry Green were named to the Big 33 check list early in the season. A lot of new talent was brought in this year. From the junior class came quarterback Tim Williams. From the sophomore class came Dann Cleveland who did a fine job with the kick-offs. Yes there was a lot of new faces this year along with a new member to the coaching staff, Steve DeRiggs. From the look of the-I.V.'s final record of 6-1-O, the team has a bright outlook for next year's team. G. Walde,j. Stevens, P. Dudash, B. Lovett, T. Hill, R. Simpson, B. Campbell, S. Moore, L. Green,.I. Baumgardner, T. Williams, R. Heflm, T. Leedy, B. Lutz, B. Uber, K. Shaffer, K. Turnbow, D. Helwig, N. Spicer, B. Smith, M. Clark, D. Williams,,I. T J. Hydock,j. Heintzelman, S. Laidlow,j. Leedy, G. Duncan, K. Trostle,j. DeHaas, G. Codori, S. Waybrant, K. Mehl Managers: Mat McMannas, Sam Everhart, Mike Shealcr Lloachcsz Bill Heyser, Chuck Lillcy,jucle Smith, Steve DcRiggs, Leo Ward, Carlos Wamplcrhlohn Malonyhlim Price ws: 1 .Q-v----v 1 . 4 I 1 I ? E N n r ,- . K J' v . C 634 il, , v Q ff X8 asf? A 1 J' ' ' w R 'QSM- .. 'f""" ' ,sly 1 , , 'Q' fi W" 'W ,LV Ao ru Q ,N . an Q 8 , I W ef Mg W H i mxgzz mfg, 1.7 Swv. VA . .??fgLiggN 1 A A ww. '4'f:'a:fT it ' .4-5 X T xx Q. X- 4 4-.H Tv-4' , 1931.4 ' V -r' A 1 ,, X ' ., U ,.., ' W bf of if 'Y "NVQ A7 y'gK!Q' .. K -1 .fy w 2 , , 2, , .- ml J i L, fi-,gp W an . , , EQ' ,? . , Q 'M get ... x .LL., ,L AQRX ' Marcia Karr Kim McCarthy Captain - Rita Frealing Mrs Reinhart Candi Fetter Patti Karr Patty Emerson Debbie Fetter, Missy Renard, e e Meligakes Ad Miss Carlson Kim McCarthy Marcia Karr Rita Frealing Fooiball and Wresiling Cheerleaders A squad of 9 girls led the school to many spirited victories in football and in wrestling. Their practices seemed like they would never endg but somehow everyone pulled through. They worked hard making up signs and organizing pep rallies A new concept of wrestling pep rallies was introduced to the school by these girls. This years squad included: Seniors Captain - Rita Freal- ing, Co-captain - Marcia Karr and Kim McCarthyg juniors Par Emerson, Patty Karr, and Deb Fetterg and Sophomores Candy Fetter, Missy Renard, and Sandy Meligakes. Hockeg The 8th hockey season started the first week of school as usual. Coach Reinhart led the girls through sunshine, rain, victo- ries and defeats. Many accomplishments were made during the season. Our girls participated in a tournament at Carlise. Andi Hoffman and Janice Conover were named to the All-Star team while Andi Wickerham was given Honorable Mention at the tournament. There was a lot of action behind the scenes as well as on the field. The sophomores took their toll when the seniors and jun- iors initiated them with powder and water. Bus rides were some- thing else. Sophomores stumbled with the words while Mimi and jean led us in songs. We had a good year with the Varsity ending the season with a 5-1 record. The high scorer being Becky Loose who had 7 of the 17 goals. Again we beat our rival Biglerville. For the seniors this was the last game they would ever play for G.H.S. The following girls saw action for the last time at that game: Bonnie Books, Vicki Carver, jean Crist, Willie Davis, Andi Hoffman, Diane Kump, Becky Loose, Diane Reisinger, Brenda Spalding, Mimi VanDyke and Beth White. With all the fine talent in reserve, Coach Reinhart expects to have another winning season next year. Manager - B. Dickey, V. Carver, M. VanDyke, A. Wickerham, B. Loose, P. Reinhart, Coach - E. Reinhart, L. Keese, C. Munsh our, J. Conover, A. Hoffman, -I. Crist, S. Singley, M. Loose 9 i I 2 1 . 5 4 M, , wny k H "fm .,,.,,z,' .c.ws','n ' "XJhZMAl.L.jl. n8!:175,,AX Kiki ' 6. . , Harriers: BML Champ Who could ask for more? No other Harrier team has ever gone undefeated and Won the Blue Mountain League Championship. Under the coaching of Tom Crist, the Harriers outclassed all Blue Mountain League Competition, recording a perfect record of 12 and 0. Overall the team was 12 and 1, only losing to Spring Grove in a non-league meet. The mighty Harriers were led by lettermen: Dick "Bosh,' Boehner CSr.j,-Iack Harbaugh fSr.j, Iviike "Chills', Lilley fSr.j, Chris Moore Ur.j, Tom Kuehl ULD, Gary Q'Weasel,' Mauston CSr.j, Bob Boehner ULD, and Dave Martin fSoph.j. Other seniors include Fred Schultz, Mark Purdy, Steve Holder, Dave Cool, Wayne Gorman, and Bob Crabill. Camp Hill felt it this year when the Harriers crushed the Lion's 11 and O record by defeating them 25 to 32. At that meet Dick Boehner set a new record for the Gettysburg course. He was clocked at 12.095, eclipsing his own school mark by sf 10 of a second. Our Harriers were faithfully cheered on by the hockey teams and other fans in a sport that all too often seems to go unnoticed. CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CROSS COUNTRY BLUE MOUNTAIN LEAGUE CHAMPS! S. Holder, D. Boehner, M. Lilley, M. Purdy, F. Schultz, J. Har- Mr. Quint being presented the school trophy from tri-cap baugh, C. Moore, B. Crabill, W. Gorman, D. Cool, G. Mauston, tains: jack Harbaugh, Dick Boehner, Mike Lilley and B. Boehner, P. Strausbaugh, T. Kuehl, Coach T. Crist, D. Heflin, Coach Tom Crist. S. Black, J. Boehner, E. Temple, B. Kime, B. Dehoff, D. Martin, J. Harrison, P. Moore No One Could Qfop The Big Red Machine! Baskeiball The energetic Warrior basketball team had an impressive season this year. The Warriors were handed a few defeats by slim margins. They experienced some of the usual misfor- tunes of slow starts and injuries, but they went on to many victories. Tom Kuehl broke a school record for the number of points X scored by an individual player on the Warrior court by accu- mulating 40 points at the Big Springs game. The Warrior squad was led by seniors: Mike Lilley, Dave Cool, Brian Lovett, Tom Alberts and Dick Boehner. The james Buchanan game was the last game the seniors would play under Mr. Eckhart for G.H.S. Coaches: Merrill Eckhart and Terry Fox Manager - M. Sanders, M. Lilley, D. Cool, B. Lovett, T. Kuehl, T. Alberts - G. Mauston, B. Boehner, B. DeHoff, R. Burek, D. Boehner, D. Herrick Brian Lovett Dick Boehner Mike Li1lCY in Dave Cool Tom Alberts , , , I, , H IPM- f J.V. Under the fine coaching of Mr.Fox, this years J.V. team compiled a fantas- tic record of 18 and 1. The lone loss was to james Buchanan. With such a great record, we have high hopes for next year's team. - 0-W-.M 'a.,a,.m .B ' " ,g,,,gg,, .'t' E, 5 fi EV 3 'f" 5 i mix!!! .... ... ,Mg 55 f SAM1 ""'i' :WV W ,--0,4 'ff2?'wiQ,,,JS.5.V,..i7 wr . J, 3 r 5 B if. yzmgfxx B f r .W f ' f t V Wf QKHGMW ..,,W , 4 ,Wg 3 g V -J sf - . . . . . 4 fm. ,W f," z WH .g 'ai' fdfem gf B at r w r B . ,af .1 . . . .. l duff. 4 , 4 . at e . - I . K ' ' ' - it at a B me r it or t f .5 ..e". ,,,,,M,-i.nfvwQvaiasws:,1i.L,Q5f-at V ai ,pf W lt, F ,ff if-iw fr. fs, W"". aw sis fs md 4 15195 2226 VE Manager - G. Bushman, B. Kane, D. Cleveland, J. Frealing, T. Monahan, E. Tem ple, D. Saylor, M. Staub, D. Heiges, G. Danner, B. Lutz, T. Bender . K my -any Baskeiball Cheerleaders Spirit was brought to the basketball court by 8 vigorous girls. They had a job to do so they worked hard to get it done. They'll never forget "Hey P.R.,,' eating out before away games, tap- ing on buttons, riding on the bus with the guys and all the other memories that came with cheer- leading. The squad consisted of Senior - Captain Willie Davis, juniors - Pat Rinehart, Deb Mar- tin and Vicki Herring, Sophomores - Marsha DeHaas, Lyn Mickley, and Dawn Tanger. The year is over now and the squads have departed making way for others. The seniors will have cheered their last cheer for G.H.S., the uni- forms will have been packed away, their good- byes to cheerleading said. In years to come, how dear those memories will be. To those who follow we wish you well. We hope you find this task as rewarding and memo- rable as they have. 155 1 e Hockey G. O. Varsity 5-1 New Oxford X 4 Hanover 2 Littlestown 0 Bermudian Springs 4 Hanover 3 Biglerville 4 Junior Varsity G. New Oxford 1 Hanover 1 Littlestown 1 Bermudian Springs 0 Hanover 0 Biglerville 0 fr 11. If K .. 156 Football Varsity 4-6 Westminster Boiling Springs Shippensburg Camp Hill Susquenita Littlestown Northem Big Springs Scotland Biglerville junior Varsity New Oxford Littlestown Shippensburg Scotland Biglerville Northern Athlete of the Week Sept. 7 Vlestminster - Skip Dudash Sept. 14 Boiling Springs - Brent Lutz Sept. 22 Shippensburg -john DeHaas Sept. 29 Camp Hill -7- Rod Simpson Oct. 5 Susquenita - Larry Green Oct. 12 I Littlestown - Brian Lovett Oct. 19 Northem - Larry Green Oct. 27 Big Springs - Bob Uber Nov. 2 Scotland -john DeHaas Nov. 9 Biglerville - Tim Willaims Crosl 1 BLIl LEAGUE 3 Greencastle Spring Grove l Littlestown james Buchanan Scotland Northern V Susquenita Shippensburg 5 Biglerville 5 Bermudian Springi Big Springs 1 J Camp Hin Q l l 1 I V A 1 A ounirg MOUNTAIN CHAMPIONS G. O. 19 42 42 19 20 '41 20 44 18 49 17 50 15 55 15 55 19 41 15 55 17 50 25 32 Wm Basketball East Pcnnsboro Bermudian Springs New Oxford Greencastle Biglerville Mechanicsburg- Westminster Littlestown james Buchanan Susquenita Boiling Springs Camp Hill Northern Shippensburg Scotland Bermudian Springs New Oxford Greencastle Biglerville Big Springs Littlestown Varsity j.V. O. G. O. 81 54 35 50 80 22 50 62 39 36 66 37 55 77 36 59 44 56 45 37 65 64 65 55 56 3 1 42 55 45 64 66 36 41 5 1 43 46 60 38 46 64 41 35 64 37 44 63 47 54 82 41 75 49 35 43 89 37 60 39 36 Wrestling Susquenita Scotland Camp Hill Bermudian Tournament New Oxford james Buchanan Big Springs Bermudian Springs Shippensburg Northern Boiling Springs Lirtlestown Greencastle Biglerville junior Varsity Susquenita Scotland Camp Hill New Oxford james Buchanan Big Springs Bermudian Springs Shippensburg Northern Boiling Springs Littlestown Greencastle Biglerville Wresiling Two years ago we were lucky to win or even tie a match. Dec. 8, 1972 ended the losing streak C32 lossesj when we tied Susquenita. From that day on our Grap- plers have only gone up. This years wrestling team hit the mat with even more successful victories than last year. They won their matches with high scores. At home matches the bleach- ers were filled and the school spirit was the greatest it,s ever been for wrestling. Spectators could not stay in their seats, or hold in their screams. Wrestling had won the hearts of G.H.S. The guys made many accomplishments this year. Steve Moore and jim Zeigler have gone undefeated this season. Uim Zeigler did lose one match due to an injury.j We are also proud of Steve Moore who tied a PIAA record of 28 points for most points scored in one match. Over Christmas our Grapplers participated in a tournament at Bermudian Springs. We are proud to say our guys brought home first place. Individual trophies went to Greg Duncan for the fastest pin, 1:05 at 185, Bruce Spicer at 119, Nathan Spicer at 132, Ken Shafer at 145,jim Zeigler at 155 and Steve Moore at 167. The seniors who led this years team Were: Wayne Biesecker, Ken Shafer, Greg Duncan,john Leedy, Steve Moore and jim Zeigler. With those last few secret Words from Caoch Meis- inhelter, the smack from Coach Spatz, and the rising roar of the crowd, the Grapplers could only settle for victory. Coaches: Doug Meisenhelter and Steve Spatz W. Biesecker, K. Shaffer, J. Zeigler, S. Moore, G. Duncan,j. Reynolds, S. Staley, T. Fidler, E. Weaner, B. Spicer, M. Angell, N. Spicer aPRIUE vi- S. Sanders, F. Ankney,.I. Bochner,j. Carson, T. Burkholcler, 1. Lecdy, G. Codori, M. Polinski, Manager - R. Kcrrigan Stonesifcr, S. Purdy, R. Lawver, B. Sweigart, K. Hagmayer, D. Flax, A. Oussoren, D. Hclwig jim Zcigler Wayne Bicseckcr g.-3 .f.....1.... - 5 af. , ....m1..,..,:,w.....f..2-my ........,...5--'..y.,..M.mww- W 1'41ef?ss."g2gMm .W-.rmwmw 11517 W 133. ,X 2 , 1:1 , ww I l i - Coaches - T. Fox, T. Bushey M. Sanders, E. Temple, j. Hydock, R. Burek, S. Moore, M. Staub, S. Purdy, M. T Bender, j. Herrick, B. Lutz, D. Heiges, R. Simpson,j. DeHaas, M. Purdy, T. P. Strausbaugh Baseball Last yearis baseball team, under coaches Fox and Bushey, captured the Adams County League Baseball Cham- pionship with an 8-2 record. Timely hitting, good pitching and a solid defense proved to be the winning combination for the Warrior nine. Although much of last year's start- ing team was lost due to graduation, the team is still hopeful that this year will bring another championship. Returning lettermen include john DeHaas, Steve Moore, Brent Lutz, Tim Williams, and Tom Alberts. 163 Vollegball With the new year, the girls have high hopes for a successful season. Under the fine coaching of Edith Rein hart, the girls will work hard for the reward of victory. X! Manager - M. Karr, K. Larson, M. VanDyke, B. Loose, V. Carver, W. Davis, J. Crist, A. Hoffman, C. McDerrmitt Reinhart, D. jones, N. Muenzfield, S. Herrick, B. Spalding, L. Oyler, L. Elicker, Coach - E. Reinhart, B. McPherson, D. Gast- A. Sargent, S. Sing1ey,,I. Conover 3 li IN H Track and Field This years track and field has the task of defending last years title of Blue Moun tain League Champions. The boys did a fine job last year and hope to repeat their fine performance again this year. The 1974 Track and Field Team F A Y 3 NM wwf Vf,, f,', 1 in X, L ik Q of ,J r? vz iw qv Golf Despite the poor spectator support the Gettysburg Link- smen had a fine season last year C8-21 and expect the same this year. Along with the superb coaching of Donald Ullrich, the team was led by letterman Bob Small and Bruce Stephan. Other seniors include: Sam Everhart, and Steve Forney. The juniors include: G. Bushman, D. Deaner, D. Kennel,,I. Nash, S. Poland, B. Strine,j. Reynolds, and P. Wills. The sopho- mores include: T. Monahan and T. Harner. Z Coach - Donald Ullrich w ,f : "" "A, 1 '11 ' Sam Everhart Bob Small I Steve Forney WW' Bruce Stephan 'I 69 Girls Track and Field The girls track and field took first place over all the other teams last year. The girls, under the instruction of Joanne Brownley, will work hard to defend the first place title. Coach -J. Brownley, B. Spalding, P. Reinhart, K. Duncan, S. Singley,-I. Conover, D. Haskins, A. Wickerham, M. DeHaas, B. Loose, L. Lovett, C. Yingling, B. Books, D. Foust, C. Smal1,,I. Crist, M. VanDyke, D. Culp, S. Benner, V. Carver, A. Hoffman,j Zimmerman WILLIE HENRY BLOOM Asslstant Sentmel FFA 1 Student Counc113 4 FFA Represcntatwc for Student Counc112 3 4 GEORGE RICHARD BOEHNER Football 1 2 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Track 1 Country 5 4 FCA C ub Pam 2, 3,4 254 fi Irfter WANDA KAY JACOBS German Club 1, 2, GAA 2, 3, 4, Sci- ence Club 3, 4. -IEANNIE -IARVIS Choir 1, 2, Drama 1, 2, 35 Student Council 2, 3, Ski Club 2, Co-Council 3 Yearbook 3, Social Committee 3, Liter- ary Magazine 4. Q BONNIE ANN JEFFCOAT :,iiiKumPCY,' ffGAA 2, 3, 4, 'Hockey 4, Class Vice- Q2President 4, Cannon-Aid 4. LOUISE KUNKEL fggf and 1, Student Council 1, Choir 1, 2, 5 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Science Club 2, Can Elon-Aid 3, 4 CTyping Editorj, Class Treasurer 4. GORDON CHARLES JOHNSON "Gordie" 1,2, 39 3, 4, Science Club 2, Chess Club 3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Choir 1, Orchestra 1, 2, Club Sue CARL Club 4. LOHUIS Hockey 3 4,Volleyba1l2,3, 211 Track 1 4' Orchestra 1 2' Club C ub Choir 1 and Wig 1 Mona DEBORAH JEAN MUSSELMAN Debby GAA 3. 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