Gettysburg High School - Cardinal Yearbook (Gettysburg, OH)
- Class of 1952
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As the sands of tire drip through
the Hourglass, we, the staff, hope we
have pictured in this edition many
pleasant memories of Gettysburg High.
To the old school for what it has
been, and tc tte new school for what it
shall be, we dedicate the Fourclass of
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Annual Stiff, Cardinal
Willy", Basketball 12,
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Officer Prea.8, V.Praa.4'3
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"Snake", Basketball 123
Baseball 23 Track 23 F.F.
L. 12343 Chorus 343 lin-
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RUTH FI ELDS
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'Poo Woe", Chorus 1231 F.
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Cardinal Staff 4.
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"Donnie", F.F.A. 123, V.
Pres.-13 Clgss Officer
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'Ellsworth', Basketball 1
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Prince of Peace 43 Junior
Class Flayg Annual Staff.
'Gene', Basketball 13
Baseball 123 Bam 43 cho-
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Operetta 12, Minstrel 3.
Bud', Basketball 12343
Y-Teens 2,Seo.Tres.343 F
Baseball 12343 Track 15
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'PrisU, Chorus 12343 Y-
Teens 2343 F.H.A. l2,Par-
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Play 33 Cardinal Staff.
'CLettie', Chorus 4s F.F.
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Class Play 33 Ass.Ed. 4.
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Pres. 233 Prince of Peace
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MARY ATNA PETLRSIMB
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Peace 2345 Operette 123
Minstrel 33 Cardinal
'Suzie', Chorus 12343 Th
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Tres.33 Operetta 125 Min-
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'Ceoie', Basketball 45 P.
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Maroon and White
"Strive to be your better' self"
Read my children,
And you shall hear
The craziest will
Of this whole year,
We, the studes of G. H. S. of Land of Nowhere on the continent
planet Earth, floating somewhere in the ether, do hereby bequeath
of doubtful mind and body, the following:
Jack Alspaugh, who this summer ditches did dig,
Wills Luanna'l lovingness to Jackie Garbig.
Bob Blocher, who is planning to' be a Nash dealer,
His ability to 'lure women' he wills to Merlin Keeler.
Hollie Burk, who wishes to know more about horses and
Wills his patience to our English teacher, Miss Bucholtz.
Priscilla Burk, who likes to drive tractors with plows,
Wills Dixie Hollinger her manageable eyebrows.
Chester Burns, who is certainly always full of vim,
Wills 'Elwood' to anyone who thinks he can handle him.
Betty Dickey, who loves to listen to the music of Bert
Wills her well-groomed appearance to Opal Garber.
Janeva Etzler, who often proves to be a faker,
Wills her 'love-makingn ability to Virginia Brubaker.
Ruth Fields, who in her home will have every modern
To Katie Kissinger wills her nlanding a man' ability.
Wade Flora, who does things with absolutely no hesitancy,
To Lowell Baker wills his F. F. A. presidency.
Dorfthy Garber, who when driving, does not know her
Wills to Harrison Monnier her tiny ears.
Gene Hawes, who with all the girls is quite a thriller,
Wills his 'manly figure' to Eldon Miller.
Don Horner, who has chosen Pauline as his pride and
Wills his ability for 'good-behavior' to John Flory.
Addie dakubowski, who from classes is always sneaking,
Wills his Eng. seat to anyone who can stop its squeaking.
iillard Keeler, who, with anyone, likes to match his wit,
Wills anything he has to anyone who thinks he can use it.
Wilde Kendall, who always takes George along 'just for
Wills to anyone wanting it, her 'Sailor Col1ection'.
George Laughman, who loves to play basketball and whose
future is not foretold,
Wills his base and basketball uniforms to Bob Mangold.
Evelyn Lavy, who all through high school has given and
received many photos,
Would like to will her 'slim figure' to Karen Bozes.
Jack Linder, who with Miss Ross's assistance is learning
Wills to anyone who deserves it, his nickname 'Snake'.
Janice Long, who really should be nicknamed 'Killer',
Wills her gruff voice an temper to Marcia Hiller.
Adrian Miller, who has- never tried to be a charmer,
Wills his curly hair to Johnny Farmer.
Duane Morton, dark-haired and never seeming to be pious,
Wills his ability to use 'cuticura' to Harold Zaoharias.
Janet Nease, who often gets up late and barely makes it
to school on time,
Wills her weight an ability to diet to Esther Petersime.
Mary Anna Petersime, who plans to be a left tackle for
Wills her ability to break seats to cute Ray Lavy.
Carolyn Powell, who toften gets, on her face at others
jokes, a simper,
lishes to will to Goach Fasick, her terrible temper.
Cecil Pugh, who is a tall guy with iron in his veins,
Wills to anyone with a big head, his so-called, 'Brains'.
Jeanette Skiles, who all during high school no one has
ever seen park,
Wills her admirer, Bob Blocher, to Miss Patricia Clark.
Nalter'Wirrig, who thinks basketball games should be
played without one flaw,
Wills to Squeak Bixler, his height and 'Lop-jaw'.
The Two Burlap Sisters and Their Brother
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Senior Class PYUPIWCY
Hi! I'm Willard Keeler, your narrator for this tale. I am about to re-
late to you a little incident that happened way back in the summer of 1962.
You see, I own the Keeler Trucking Company, Incorporated--coast to coast
trucking. This day I happened to be traveling on U. S. Route 56 in the
Eastern part of Ohio when I came into a great metropolis named Gettysburg.
It finally dawned on me that this was the town and the school from which I
graduated ten long years ago. I wondered what happened to all of those zany
kids that were in that '52 graduating class.
It was getting near evening so I decided to find a place to park the
truck and a place for me. I then noticed an enormous service station on the
corner. The name of it was the Miller Brothers' Ultra-Modern Service Station
and Fix-it Shop. Upon further investigation I found it was owned and op-
erated by Adrian and Alvin Miller. Alvin managed the filling station and
Adrian, the fix-it shop. Alvin took care of my truck for me.
As I was leaving a man in a sleak, black, '62 Cadillac pulled up to get
refueled. I looked under the little goatee he was wearing and sure enough it
was Cecil Pugh. Cecil told me he was now Professor Pugh, Director of Atomic
Technology at Oak Ridge, Tennessee. Cecil then continued on his way and I
went to find a hotel to receive some accomodation.
I found the hotel right next door to the newly erected newspaper
building. I entered the hotel, walked up to the desk, and who should con-
front me but another old classmate, Jack Alspaugh. Jack, it seems, is the
eastern manager of a chain of nation wide hotels owned by Betty Dickey and
her husband. Jack was watching the desk until the night clerk came on duty.
Did I say 'he'? My mistake, because just then she came rushing in and she
just happened to be Dorothy Garber, another of my school chums. She sin-
cerely apologized for being late, but she and her hubby had become so ab-
sorbed in the newspaper story about the parade the chamber of commerce was
planning for the general she forgot all about the time.
Wondering who this general was I picked up the evening edition of the
Gettysburg Times. I soon found out for there on the front page was a picture
of General and Mrs. Ncrm n Vanatta and children. Mrs. Vanatta was no one but
another classmate, Ruth Fields.
I glanced over the front page and saw that Janet Nease was society edi-
tor and Hcllie Burk was in charge of all the comic strips, pictures and
prose. I couldn't find the editor's name anyplace, so remembering the news-
paper building.was just next door, I decided to go over and find out. I soon
found to my profound amazement that the editor was Carolyn Powell. Gosh, I
thought Cecil had married her long ago. I asked if I could see her, but it
seems she had retired to her penthouse early with a slight headache.
I then returned to the hotel and would continue finding the rest of my
friends in the morning.
. The first thing I did next morning was to go down and look over the new
Memorial Hospital and who should I find as the head nurse and supervisor but
Miss Hilda Kendall, R. N. I wondered what had happened to all of her
sailors. I guessed maybe her ship didn't com in.
I then was ,walking leisurely along the street gaping at the tall
buildings and ran headlong into Don Horner and his wife. I learned that Don
has the most,efficient, modern mechanize farm in the entire state. They were
801118 to the post office, so I invited nyself along. If there hadn't been a
cement floor in the building I'd have fallen through it when I saw Gene Hawes
was the postmasterj After recovering from the shock I asked Gene the .where-
abouts of some of the others and he told me George Laughman was running a
model agency which primarily modeled bathing suits. Janeva Etzler had
married and was living on a farm down in Preble County.
I decided to go visit George and look over his merchandise. I found him
sitting at a desk leaning back puffing on a big fat cigar surrounded by ten
beauties in bathing suits. George told me he was a confirmed bachelor CI
should live so longij and often took trips to the deep, dark regions of
Africa where he often came acrcss Jeanette okiles and her husband on mission-
ary work doing wonders. It wesn't until then I noticed George's secretary in
the background. She wore dark horn-rimmed glasses and her hair fixed in a
bun at the nape of her neck. Imagine :y surprise when I fnund it to be
Evelyn Lavy. George was busy with the nodels so I talked with Evelyn. She
told me she was in love with George, but so far he hadn't even noticed her.
I left George and Evelyn with their trials and tribulations, and be-
coming tired of walking I started looking for a U-Drive It station. I found
one soon ran by Eddie Jakubowski. He just happened to have a '62 Rolls Royce
he said I could drive around rent free.
I was driving along at only about 80 miles per hour when I heard a po-
lice siren. Much to my relief the cop turned out to be Police Commissioner
Walter Wirrig. Halter gave me a firm, but friendly, lecture and let me go.
I continued my drive down the beautiful boulevard until I saw the Fasick
Jet motor Plant off to the right. It was owned by hr. Lloyd Iasick, my
senior class advisor. after our class I can't blame him for going into an
easier job. A new parking lot was being cleared by the plant. I was fascin-
ated by the work one of the bulldozers was doing, when the driver jumped off
and started pumping my Land up and down. It was Chester durns. de told me
he owned a whole fleet of bulldozers.
I began to feel hungry sc I pulled my Rolls-Royce up to the next res-
turaunt. The name of it was "The Rendezvous" and a very ritzy place at that.
ny bill was Q25 and as I was eyeing it coldly, Bob Blocher walked up, picked
up the bill, and tore it into little pieces. He owned this place. I was
glad I had broken no more than his nose when we were bac3 in high school.
Bob then took me across the street to look at the theater Luane norton
ran called the "lor-Ton Theater". The latest Broadway hit, "Duel on the
Loon", was playing there.
I went back to the hotel to slick up a bit because I had to be getting on
the road before long. As I looked into the mirror I was shocked by what
looked back. I had been on the road for quite awhile and had forgotten all
about my hair needing cut. I went down to the lobby and looked for a barber
shop. I saw a sign that said 'Tonsorial and Beauty Parlorsn and went in. I
got my hair cut right away and as I was taking my leave a woman came rushing
into the room to borrow a special hind of scissors. I found her to be
Priscilla Burk. She ran the beauty parlor and her husband ran the tonsorial
parlor. I asked her what happened to iary Anna Petersime, Janice Long, wade
Flora, and Jack Linder. hary Anna was a Professor of husic at Manchester
Collegeg Janice, a private secretary to a handsome general at WPAFBg Wade,
the Darke County Agricultural Extension Agent, and shy little Jack Linder,
why he's governor of Ohio. I left Priscilla and went to the filling station
to get my truck.
As I passed on through Gettysburg I couldn't help from sighing and
smiling lightly at the jobs the future had had in store for the graduating
class of the year nineteen hundred and fifty-two.
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Ida Hao Darding, Alma Jean Martin, Anna Mae Ditmer,
Etta- Mae Flora, Willa Vanatta, Phyllis Knecht.
Mr. Maurer, Roger Covault, Patsy Clerk, Dixie Hollinger,
Chalmer Unger, Leo Barga, Eldon Shoenleben, Miss Bucholtz
Norman Didier, B111 Mangold, Ehnereon Bremer, John Stahl,
Eldon Miller, Lawrence Shafer, Bill Brewer, Bob Bxirne.
Ethyl Sampson, Marilyn Leeklider, lhrilyn Eley, Barbara
By:-am, Janice-Hahn, Patty Holsapple, Janice Hendrickson,
Phyllis Hartle, Roberta letzel
NONE 14111913 Rllph Lyme, Wayne Shafer, Norma Miller,
Danny Binkley, Eddie Young, Merlin Miller, Jim Grote,
Mr. Romohr, E. J. Cissner, Ray Levy, Gene Shoenleben,
Harold Zaohariae, Iester Bixler, Harrison Monnier.
First Rom Connie Painter, Isreells. Burns, Beverly Oldham, Dorothy
Sander, Opal Garber, Trays Dickey, Evelyn Knecht, Welns
Clerk, lhroie. Killer, In Barge
Second Rohn Hr. POtter, Nancy lleyers, Adele Stoltz, Luanne. Erismnn,
Betty Johnston, Margery Hsrtin, hrsbelle Cissner, Petty
Detriek, -Karen Bose, Virginia Brubaker, Jmet Morton
Third Ron Russell Marker, Larry Trent, Arden Coming, Melvin Levy,
Bob Ma.ngold,, Bob Long, Lowell Baker, Jerry Trent, Hervey
Crick, Jack Gsrbig
Fourth Ron Eugene Etzler, Jimmie Evans, John Farmer, Donald. Shilt,
Bodo Kretsehman, lhrion Skiles, John Flory, Harold Spahr,
Merlin Miller .
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Phyllis Leoklider Secretary
Ida lee Derding Secretary
Phyllis Hartle Vice-Presidem
Dixie Hollinger President
B111 Brewer Vice-President 5' m :resident
Eldon Hiller Treasurer 9 mms reasurer
Betty Johnston treasurer
inrgery Harbin Vice-President
Adele Stoltz President
Helm Clark 25Seorete.ry
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Lucy Kay Miller, Lilliemae Burnside, Lee Alan Bixler,
Lois Jean Horner, Billy Johnston, Richard Root, Doyle
Derr, Donna Kay Barton, Carroll Seman.
Miss Martin, Karl Keller, Ronald Via, Mikelis Putnins
Bernice Paulus, Valija Liske, Susan Lavey, Bobby Lee
Wilt, Ronald Mcflurg, Kirby Keiser, Marvin Ullom.
Lewis McGlinch, Charles Painter, Sherian Hoffman, Patsy
Arnett, Ronald Lyme, Deane Dershem, Donald Brickler, Sue
Monnier, Jo Ann Johnson, Freddy Witwer, Kenneth Wien.
Janis Kukainis, Ray Burton, Juris Daiga, Valdis Daiga,
Clinton Nichols, Karen Laughman, Larry Lavy, Eugene Butts,
Douglas Applegate, Mrs. Wesche.
Freddy Rhoades, Ted Shade, Craig Miller, Mary Frances
Stiles, Richard Neff, Donald Sander, Gerald Burns, Irvin
Neff, Verlin Deaton, Robert Sampson.
Marie Skiles, Carole Mangold, Sharon Miller,
Scotty Flory, Judy Reeder, Vera Dickey, Glen
Didier, Elois Stockalager, Sharon-Key, Lewis
Patty Smith, Norma Zacharias, Lucille Flora,
Roland Krancs, Elnora Wombolt, Kay Paulas, Jerry Neff,
Mrs. Lephart, Erlene Miller, Carol Miller, Sara Newbauer,
Vereena Flory,-Phyllis Wilt, Jerome Hoachouer.
First row: Beth Sodders, Kenneth Eawes,,Jackie Miller, Don Vanatta,
Mary Knecht, Dick Shafer, La Jean Tegtmeyer, Janet Miller,
Kenneth Howard, Jimmie Marker.
Second row: Michael McClurg, Douglas Miller, Dean Hill, Billy McKibben
Larry Linder, George Newbaurer, Danny Hollinger, Ronald
Stephens, Edward Lutz, Mary Hartzell, Miriam Via, Phyllis
Class, Mrs. Stoltz.
Third rowa Jimmy Cunningham, Robert Monnier, David Miller Connie
Baker, Margaret Szkarupa, Gunita Steinberg, Livija Miake,
Janet Spahr, Joe Hart, Jerry McGlinch, Mickey Oldham.
First row: Sandra Sue Rhoades, Barbara Brickler, Judy Fout, Sharon
Griffieth, Edith Sell, Donald Painter, Rosemary Garbig,
Dorothy Tritschuh, Sandra Rtutson, Eugene Via, Marvin
Miller, Carolyn Christman.
Second row: Jimmie Lecklider, Bruce Powell, Rebecca Binkley, Karen
Wien, Charles Hawes, Robert Hartzell, Moleta Hathaway,
Stephen Miller, Juanita Mcmiller, Patricia Kissinger,
Third row: Thelma Flora, Mary Sander, Billy Clark, Galen Henderson,
Donald Jones, Sharon Young, Margaret Denlinger, Rebecca
Sampson, Roger Class, Mrs. Albright.
Fourth row: Harold Knecht, Lorena Long, Ronda Stahl, Joyce Stephens,
Dorothy Hoffman, Jurgen Kretschman, Alden Shoenleben,
Berlyn Kaiser, Wilma Stiles.
Maroha Wombold, Mary Lou Keihl, Shirley Hiller, Sharon
Laughman, Donna Hiller, Janice Reeder, Sharolyn Sando,
Julia Fourman, Janet Eley, Loretta Deaton.
Mr. Brown, George Bartram, Herbert Miller, Barbara Neff,
Mary Fine, Betty Zacharias, Deloris Butts, Patricia
Oldham, Mary Alice Neubauer, Luther Strobel, Wayne
David Skiles, Charley Didier, Paul Barga, Ronald
Clingenppeel, Donald Hoblit, Leonard Monnier,
Lowell MoG1inch, Sheldon Miller, Larry Witwer,
Ted Kissinger, Glen Nichols, Ronald Baker, Charles
Linder, Carl Sampson.
Nancy Ross, C. J. Flora, Dagnija Miske, Richard Hahn,
Linda Applegate, Ronald Johnson, Barbara Detrick,
Jerry Todd, Roger Spahr, Elaine Lyme.
Frances Lavey, Rebecca Hathaway, Patricia Derr,
Clifford Howard, Katheryne Pearson, Judy Miller,
Carol Eley, Esther Mott, Mary Johnston, Evelyn
Donna Hill, Lowell Hawes, Dean Stoltz, John
Hartzell, Maija Miske, Robert Howard, Kenneth
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Margaret Lavy, Norma Jean Root, Jane Leoklider, Mary Dershem,
Donna Miller, Linda Lou Class.
Second Row: Lawrence Miller, Teddy Griffieth, Tommy Miller, Jerry Linder,
Herbert Hill, Charles James, Jack Horner, Edward Sampson,
Gayle Rhoades, John Keller, Roger Wehrley, Mr. Oliver.
Third Row: James Arnett, Carl Strobel, Dick Fine, Ji mie Fields, Jack
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Myra Jane Bowman, Patsy Clark, Janet Nease, Charles James, Herbm
Hill, Luanna Erisman, Patty Holsapple,
Second Row: Evelyn Levy, Norma Miller, Ted Griffieth, Betty Lou Wetzel, Mary
Alice Newbauer, Julia Fournmn, Sharolyn Sendo, Carolyn Wetzel,
Tommy Miller, Ruth Fields, Barbara Byram, lar. Rqmohr.
Third Rows Anna Mae Ditmer, Dick Fine, Dixie Sendo, Phyllis Hartle, Evelyn
Knecht, Jimmie Evans, Mary Anna Petersime, Ralph Lyme, Janice
Fourth Row: Betty Dickey, Catherine Kissinger, Esther Fern Petersime, Janice
Hahn, Bob Blocher, Hilda Kendall, Lavonne Henderson, Willa Vanatt
Betty Lou Wetzel, Ted Griffieth, Charles James,
Tommy Miller, Herbert Hill Mary Alice Newbauer,
Julia Fourman, Sharolyn Sendo.
Mr. Romohr, Jimmie Evans, Duane Morton, Esther
Jane Bowman, Janet
Hahn, Phyllis Hartle
Fern Petersime, Bob Blocher,
Mary Anna Petersime, Lavonne
Dick Fine, Dixie Sando, Myra
Nease, Wilde Kendall, Janice
Betty Dickey, Marilyn Leoklider, Evelyn Knecht, l
First Row: Hr. Romohrg Pianist, Duane Mortong iadley De
Bordeauxg Leo Bargag Chester Burnsg De Wayne
Millerg Eddie Young.
Second Row: Lawrence Shaferg Danny Binkleyi George
Laughmang Bob Blocherg Jack Linder.
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Carolyn Powell, Betty Dickey, Miss Bucholtz.
Second Row: Janice Hahn, Ruth Fields, Evelyn Lavy, Phyllis Kllechtn Roberta
Wetzel, Marilyn Eley, Phyllis Lecklider.
Third Row: Patty Holsapple, Phyllis Hartle, Marilyn Lecklider, Priscilla
Burk, Janice Long.
Fourth Row: Patsy Clark, Alma Jean Martin, Lavonne Henderson, Esther Fern
Petersime, Mary Anna Petersime.
As the wheel of various clubs rolled around
this year, it needed clubs to support it. One im-
portant club was the Y-Teens of Gettysburg. The
Y-Teen Club is open to all girls of the sophomore
junior, and senior classes. It has a total of
A point system is being used in the club for
the first time. When a senior has the number of
points needed she will be awarded a Y-Teen pin.
To get the points, she must attend church, be
present at the meetings and follow the rules and
requirements of the club.
At the meeting of installation of this year's
officers, the following girls took over their
duties: President, Janet Neaseg Vice President,
Dixie Jo Hollinger, Secretary and Treasurer, Betty
Lou Dickey, Reporter, Carolyn Powell, Song Leader,
Wilde Kendall, and Advisor, Miss Lorene Buoholtz.
First Row: Ray Lavy, Roger Covault, Bill Mangold, Hadley
Second Rows Jim Grote, Jack Alspaugh, Bill Brewer, Hollie
Burk, Mr. Mhurer.
Third Row: Daniel Binkley, Eldon Miller, Lawrence Shafer.
October 29, 1951 was the first meeting held
by the Hi-Y. At that time there were six members.
They elected officers and accepted an invitation
to have the concession stand at the Hallowe'en
Dance at Powell's Garage sponsored by the Gettysburg
The officers that were elected were as
follows: Jack Alspaugh, Rresidentg Eldon Miller,
Vice Presidentg William brewer, Chaplain, Hollie
Burk, Treasurer, Lawrence Shafer, Sectetaryg Edward
November 7 they had six new members to enroll.
Also they have made a new altar, taken care
of chapel service, and attended a local church. They
are to visit all local churches.
First Row: Roberta Wetzel, Phyllis Knecht, Janet Nease, Etta Mae Flora,
Mrs. Stauffer, Janice Long, Anna Mae Ditmer, Patty Holsapple,
Phyllis Lecklider. -
Second Row: Opal Garber, Norma Christman, Marabelle Cissner, Janice
Hendrickson, Iva Barge, Marcella Burns, Treva Dickey, Marilyn
Eley, Norma Miller, Evelyn Knecht, Welma Clark, Nancy Myers.
Third Rows Janeva Etzler, Dorothy Garber, Willa Vanatta, Lavonne Henderson,
Janet Morton, Catherine Kissinger, Betty Johnston, Janice Hahn,
Barbara Byram, Marilyn Leoklider, Marcia Miller, Patsy Clark.
Fourth Rows Hilda Kendall, Phyllis Hartle, Carolyn Powell, Helga Musselman,
Priscilla Burk, Evelyn Lavy, Ruth Fields, Mary Anna Petersime,
The club started the year by holding CFFICERS
their formal initiation for new members.
Sixteen new members were honored.
National F. H. A. Week was celebrated
from November 4 to 10. During that week,
things were done to help improve family
and community life.
In February the F. F. A. and F. H. A.
again worked together to sponsor their third
annual 'Parent-Student BanQuet'.
The officers were as follows: Janice
Long, President, Etta Mae Flora, Vice Presi-
dent, Janet Nease, Secretary, Phyllis Leck-
lider, Treasurer, Phyllis Knecht, Parlia-
mentariang Anna Mae Ditmer, Historian,
Patty Holsapple, Reporter, Roberta Wetsel,
First Row: Bob Mango,ld,Hli'arrison Monnier, Lowell Baker.
Harvey Crick, Melvin Lavy, Harold Spahr.
Second Row: Gene Hawes, Ralph Lyme, Harold Zaoharias, Ray Levy, Gene
Bhoenleben, E. J. Cissner.
Third Row: John Flory, Norman Miller, Merlin Keeler, Jim Grote, Lester
Bixler, Eldoh Shoenleben.
Fourth Row: Leo Barga, Chester Burns, John Stahl, Willard Keeler, Wade
Flora, Bill Mangold, Chalmer Unger.
Fifth Row: Bob Blocher, Jack Linder, Adrian Miller, Bob Burns, Don Horner
Sixth Row: Mr. Stauffer, Bill Brewer, Walter Wirrig, Emerson Brewer
The Gettysburg Chapter of the F. F. A. is
nearing completion of another successful year.
The year'.s activities included a roller skating
party, the Community Fair, a joint session with
Covington, and a county famous basketball team.
we were represented in the Kansas City
Convention by Donald Horner, Walter hirrig,
Norman Didier and Willard Keeler.
The officers for this year are as follows:
President -------------------------- Wade Flora
Vice President ------------------ Donald Horner
Secretary ------------------------- Bill Brewer
Tresurer ------------------------ Norman Didier
Reporter ---- -- --------------------- Leo Barga
Sentinel ------------------------ Walter Wirrig
Hhs Darding, Bill Brewer.
Phyllis Kneoht, Lawrence Shafer, Patsy Clark, Roger Covaultn Ida
Standing: Dixie Jo Hpllinger, Alma Jean Eartin, Miss Bucholtz, Eldon Miller,
Leo Barga, Willa Vanatta, Lavonne Henderson, Etta Mae Flora-
Junior Clan Play
Presented by the Junior Class
December 4, 1951
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Hrs. Gilman--------------------------- ------- -----Phyllis Kneoht
lr. Gilman ----- ------- ---- -- ----- ------- ---- -----Laurence Shafer
Madame Benziga--------- ------ - --------- ----------Lavonne Henderson
Amy Langdon------------ ---- ---- ------ --------Alma Jean Martin
Mrs. Wil1is-f------------- ---- ----------- ---- --------Patsy Clark
PRINCE OF PEACE
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Ilia Bueholts Pet Clerk, Miss Buoholts, Betty Diekey.
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Evelyn Kneiht, Phyllis Leetftder,
Phyllis Hsrtle, Jael: Alspsugh,
Hex-nm Christmsn, lk:-ilyn Leoklider,
Hargery llertln, llerion Stiles, Dixie
Petty Holsspple, llerllyn Elly,
Janice Hahn, Bill Brewer, llsry
Opel Gerber, Virginia Brubaker,
Levonne Henderson, Betty Dickey,
Welma Clerk, Luanne Er:l.sms.n, Esther
Fern Petersime, Janice Long, Lawrence
Adele Stoltz, DOFOHV G-grbQr, Hgnoy
Meyers, Betty Johnston, Janet Neuse.
First Row: Ruth Fields, Janet Nease, Priscilla Burk, Dorothy Garber, Janice
Long, Betty Dickey.
Second Row: Wilde Kendall, Duane Horton, Hollie Burk, Eddie Jakubowski, Leo
Barga, Carolyn Powell , Evelyn-Lavy.
Third Row: Phyllis Leoklider, Patty H01sapple, Myra Jane Bowman, Nancy Ross,
Thelma Flora, Evelyn Knecht, Mary Anna Petersime.
Fourth Row: Janeva Etzler, Lawrence Shafer, Cecil Pugh.
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Art editors ------------------------------------------- Hollie Burk
Grade news ---------------------
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Myra Jane Bowman
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Cameras And Complete Photo Supplies
GERLACH CHEVROLET SALES
Chevrolet Cars And Trucks
24 Hour Wrecker Service
When In Versailles
SEMAN'S MEAT MARKET
We Cut And Wrap Meat For Your Deep Freeze
Refrigeration And Dairy Equipment
GOODYEAR SERVICE STORES
603 S. Broadway
The Car That Is Built To Last Longest
Have 19 New Cars To Pick From
B. R, ZECK
106 N. Broadway
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E. W. O'BRIEN AND SONS
LEONARD O. CURTNER
General Insurance And Real Estate
Bonds - Notary Public
Phone 48 N
McVAY'S SPORTING GOODS
COZY CORNER LUNCH
Where Good Food And Jolly Crowds Meet
Chicken - Steak - Chops
POULTRY PRODUCE ASS'N.
A Reliable Market For Quality Eggs And Poultry
L Kz M HARDWARE
Plumbing Supplies - Electrical Supplies
BPS Paints - Siegler Oil Heaters
REED BROTHERS CLOTHING
Mens And Boys Clothing And Furnishings
On The Corner
Versailles A V .Ohio
L. L. DEARDOFF
Made To Measure Clothes
Dry Cleaning - Laundry Service - Rug Cleaning
SE LLMAN HARDWARE
For Minnesota Paints And Varnish
Phone 301 R
ENGELKEN DRUG STORE
Drugs - Toilet Articles
Jewelry - Watch Repairs
South Broadway Phone 469
ELAINE'S AND PHELANS
Ladies And Childrenis Jewelry
Shop Watch Repairing
Versailles . Ohio
EDWIN F. N1cKoL, INC.
Markers - Monuments - Maysoleums
And "The Shrine Memorial" A Surface
701 E. Main St.
FOLKERTH STUDIO OF PHOTOGRAPHY
Portraits - Photo Finishing
No Appointments Necessary
THE PEOPLES SAVINGS BANK
"The Friendly Bank"
Member F. D. I. C.
McCLURGS BOOK STORE
RAY HANSBARGER AND SON
Quality Appliances Since 1930
Buy Your Graduation Watch At
Watches - Diamonds - Silverware
Sunday Dinners - Also Lunches And Evening Meals Served Daily
Fried Chicken - Steaks - Chops -
Sandwiches - French Fries -
Meadow Gold Ice Cream - Home Cooking
And Homemade Pies
Phone 2 Gettysburg, Ohio
PATTY'S DEPARTMENT STORE
A Complete Shopping Center
THE BRADFORD NATIONAL BANK
Depositary For Gettysburg Village School District
Member F. D. I. C.
MARTIN'S DEPARTMENT STORE
Clothing, Dry Goods, Shoes, Gifts
Phone 5627 - 1
Retailers And Rebuilders Of Footwear
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