Gettysburg High School - Cardinal Yearbook (Gettysburg, OH)

 - Class of 1961

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STEVE DRUMMOND EXBCUUVS Head High School Principal Miami University Fairmont B.s., M.s. A.B. Algebra I Physical Education School Board GETTYSBURG SCHOOL BOARD - SEATED: Oscar Binkley, clerkg Ronald Jones, presi- dentg Norman Bowmang Floyd Maurer, executive head. STANDING: Harold Clark, vice presidentg Leo Witwerg Robert Flory. Elementary Teachers MISS EDITH ARNOLD MRS. VERA WELCH MRS. GLENNA MORRISON ffirgtj ffirst and secondy fsecondj MRS. HAZEL SNYDER MRS. LORENE WESCI-IE MRS. FRANCES STOLTZ Csecond and thirdy Qthirdj ffourthj MRS. MARY C. LOXLEY MRS. GENEVIEVE ALBRIGHT MR. SANFORD SNYDER ffourth and fifthj ffifthj Csixthj MRS, JEAN SIDDALL, MISS DELLA ,TUNE NOFF- SINGER, AND MRS. VICIE GNAGEY freligious educationj MRS. PATRICIA HILLMAN Cgrade school musicj MRS. SUE HARMISON Cstudent teacherj qfirsny Celt sburg High School Faculty MRS. VIRGLE VANSCOYK Ohio Northern University 8th English and Mathematics MRS. MARY CAMERON Morehead State College A. B. Music MRS. NANCY MILLS Ohio State University B. S. Vocational Home Econo- mics Qfirst semestery MRS. LOU ANN HEINRICHS Ohio State University A. B. Vocational Home Econo- mics fsecond semesterj MISS RUBY ETTER MRS. HAZEL MILLER Oberlin College, A. B, Wittenberg College Ohio State University A. B. M. A. Latin Latin fsecond semesterj Qfirst se mesterj MRS. RUTH NEHER Manchester College A. B. English MR. GERALD COLE Ohio State University B. S. Vocational Agriculture MRS. MABEL M. ALBRECHT Ohio State University A. B. Science - Physics MR. DONALD TOWNSEND Purdue University B. S. Ohio State University Mathematics - Coach MR. WILBUR LONG Manchester College B. S. Business Education Annual Advisor MR. TACK FARLEY Asbury College A. B. University of Kentucky M. A. Social Studies School Personnel BUS DRIVERS: Lester Powell, Ray Lavy, Cecil Brown, Bill Brewer, Lester Rhoades, Lloyd Rhoades, Arthur Unger, scnoor SECRETARY: Betty coming CUSTODIANS: Mr. and Mrs. Raymer Seman COOKS: Helen Ross, Helen Unger, Marjorie Stephens. P.T,A. OFFICERS: Mrs. Stewart Menke, Mrs. Robert Beisner, Mrs. Floyd Brewer, Mrs. Howard Thompson. ALICE M. BECK " Academic" FHA 1,2 Historian, Class Officer 2 Treas. 3 Reporter, Y-Teens 1,2,3 Reporter, 4 Vice Pres. , Annual Staff 4 Asst. Editor, Honor Society 4, Student Council 4 Pres., Band 1,2,3,4 Sec., Chorus Minstrels 1, 2, Scholarship Team 1,3, Class Play 3,4, GARY LEE BOWMAN "Business" FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Officer, Chorus 1,2,3, Class Play 3, 4, Dance Band l,2,3, Music Contestant 2, County Band 4, FFA Basketball 1, 2, 3, Parlia- mentary Procedure Team 4. GERALD BURNS "Business" FFA 1, Hi-Y 3, Chorus 2, Class Play 3,4 JANET ANN DIDIER , "Business" FHA l,2, Cardinal staff 4, Class Play 3,4. BUFORD L. FLORA "Agriculture" FFA 1,2,3 Sec. 4 Vice Pres., Class Officer 1 Reporter, 4 Sec., Scholarship Team 2, Parliamentary Procedure 2, 3,4, State Judging Team 2, 3. SCOTT FLORY " Academic" Basketball Reserve 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4, Baseball 1,3,4, FFA 1,2,3 Vice Pres. 4 Treas. 4, Track 3,4, Cross Country 3,4, Class Officer 1,2,4 Vice Pres., Hi-Y 2, 3 and 4 President, Honor Society 3 Vice Pres. 4 Pres., Student Council 4, Scholarship Team 2,3. DARLENE MARIE GODOWN " Business" FHA 1,25 Cardinal Staff 4, Class Play 4. SHERIAN L, HOFFMAN "Business" Class Play 4. KAREN S. HOLADAY "Academic" FHA 1, 2, 3, 4 Historiang Y-Teens 1, 2 Reporter, 3 Song Leader, 4 Treas. g Cardinal staff 4 Asst. Editor, Band 2,3 Chorus 1,2,4g Class Play 3,45 Dance Band 2,3g Music Contestant 2,3g Honor Society 4. LARRY N. HOSTETTER "Business" Basketball Reserve 2, 3g Track 2, 3, 4, Cross Country l,2,3g Hi-Y 3, Cardinal Staff 4g Band 1,2g Chorus lg Class Play 3. IO ANN JOHNSON "Home Economics" FHA 1,2,3,4g Class Play 3,4. SHARON KEY "Home Economics" FHA 1,2 and 3 Treas. , 4 Vice Pres.g State Homemaker Degreeg Y-Teens 49 Cardinal Staff 4, Band 1,2,3g Cho- rus 1,2,3 Vice Pres.g Class Play 3,45 Music Contestant 2, Community Fair Queen 25 Y-Teen Christmas Queen 4g Homecoming Queen Court 4. RONALD D. KIRSCH " Academic" Track 3. KAREN I. LAUGHMAN "Business" FHA lg Y-Teens lg Cardinal Staff Editor 4, Band 1,2,3 and 4 Head Majoretteg Chorus 1,2,3,4 Pres.g Class Play 4. RONALD LYME " Agriculture' FFA 1,2,3,4g Class Play 4. L. CRAIG MILLER "Academic" Basketball Reserve lg Varsity 2, 3, 45 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 4g Hi-Y 2,3 and 4 Chaplain, Annual Staff 4g Honor Society 2,3,4 Sec.g Band l,2g Chorus l,2g Class Play 3, 4, Student Council 1, 2, 3. SHARON MILLER "Business" FHA 1,2 Reporterg Class Officer 1 Sec. - Treas. , 2 Sec., 3 and 4 Treas.: Y- Teens 3,4g Annual staff 4, Band 1,2, 3g Cardinal Staff 4, Chorus 1,2,3g Class Play 3,4g Music Contestant 1,25 Home- coming Queen Court 4. MICI-IEAL A. REED " Agriculture" Basketball Reserve 1,2,3g Varsity 3,4g Baseball 1, 3, 45 FFA 2,3, 4 Reporter, Cross Country 4, Chorus 1,23 Class Play 3, Parliamentary Procedure 3.4. FREDERICK RHOADES "General" FFA l,2,3,4 Asst. Vice Pres.5 Class Play 45 State Judging Team 3. THERESA RICHARD "Home Economics" FHA 1,25 Cardinal Staff 45 Class Play 4 PATRICIA SANDO " Business" FHA 15 Y-Teens 1,35 Annual Staff 45 Band 1,25 Chorus 2,35 Class Play 3,45 Majorette 25 Homecoming Queen 45 Pumpkin Show Queen Candidate 45 FHA Queen Candidate 15 "Miss Chick" Candidate 15 Homecoming Attendant 1. GLEN SELL " Agriculture" FFA 1,2,3,45Hi-Y 3. TED SHADE "Business" Basketball Reserve 15 Varsity 2, 3,45 Baseball 1,2,3,45 Cross Country 1,2,3, 45 Class Officer 4 Reporter5 Hi-Y 45 Class Play 3. MARIE SKILES " Academic" FHA 1,25 Class Officer 2 Reporter5 Y-Teens 1,2,3 Sec. -Treas, 4 Pres. 5 Annual Staff 45 Honor Society 3 Sec. , 4 Vice Pres.5 Student Council 3 and 4 Sec.5 Scholarship Team 1,2,35 Class Play 3,45 Prince of Peace 1,2 County Winner, 35 County Winner NEPH Essay. SCOTT FLORY, Vice President BUFORD FLORA, Secretary SHARON MILLER, Treasurer TED SHADE, Reporter LEWIS STAHL, President LEWIS STAHL "Agriculture" Basketball, Reserve 2g Varsity 3,4g FFA 1,2, 3 Treas. , 4 Pres., Track 25 Class Officer 2 Vice Pres. , 3 and 4 Pres. 5 Student Council 3 Treas. , 4, Class Play 3, 4, Parliamentary Proce- dure 2, 3,49 State Judging 2. LARRY C. A. STUDEBAKER "Agriculture" Basketball Reserve lg Varsity 2, 3,4g Baseball 2,3g FFA l,2,3 Reporter, 4 Sec., Track 1,2,3g Cross Country 1, 2, Hi-Y 2,3 Sec.: Class Play 35 Parlia- mentary Procedure Team 2, 3, 4g State Judging Team 2,3. FREDERICK WITWER "Academic" Hi-Y 2,3 Reoorter, 4 Vice Pres. 5 Annual Staff Editor 45 Band 1,2,3 and 4 Pres.g Chorus 1,24 Class Play 3,45 Honor Society 4. Class Ojficers lass of l96l Knowledge is our Pathg God is our Light CLASS FLOWER - White Rose CLASS COLORS - Black and White Baccalaureate services were held Sunday evening, May 21, in the high school audi- torium. Rev. Earl Hostetter delivered the sermon. Commencement exercises were held Thursday evening, May 24. Twenty-seven graduates received their diplomas. Dr. Clyde Hissong was the speaker. Graduates await the best wishes and congratulations of friends Valedictorian, Marie Skiles, and salutatorian and relatives. Scott Flory, receive the congratulations of principal, Mr. Steve Drummond. Senior Trqa Washington D. C. - New York City Mike R., "Yes, Madam, that's the Statue of Liberty" In Washington one ofthe many interesting sights was the Washington monument. Weary travelers after an exciting trip. 3 Donna Barton Carolyn Conner Kenny Coates Ronnie Benning Juniors JOHN DILLON, President LUCY MILLER, Reporter MELVIN WITWER, Treasurer LINDA SMITH, Secretary LEE BIXLER, Vice President Jean Horner Kirby Keiser Robert Hoffman Bill Hayes Ln Action Susan Lavey Nancy Hartzell Steve Deeter Rick Drake Karl Keller Richard Root Susan Monnier Bernice Paulus Robert Welch Ronnie Via Alberta Saffin Virginia Smith Sopfwmores 1 CHARLES MCKIBBEN Vice President CHRISTINE HOLAD AY A Reporter MARGARET WETZEL Treasurer ETHEL MAE GARBER Secretary KEVIN KELLER President Dianna Beck Judy Brewer Larry Buckingham Edmund Barga Lanny Brenner Connie Coning Connie Iames June Gibboney Jane Gibboney Sharon Godown of 1961 Ona Lindemuth Bob Lecklider Ron McC1urg Don Lecklider Bill McC1uIg Marvin Ullom Marilyn Miller Jean Sponaugle Linda Newbauer Janice Troutwine David Vanatta Darlene Youst Kenneth Wombold Kenny Via Carl Wagner Ronald Hahn David Dawson Eugene Four Judy Fenstermaker Freshman PENNY JOHNSON President JIM SHIVES Secretary-Tre asurer TOM HILL Vice President DENNIS CHRISTIAN Reporter Eva Kluss Gunter Kiryluk Edward Hayes Ronald Hoffman CLSS Brenda Miller Leslie Long Mike Lecklider Shirley Miller Melvin Swiger Gerald Trittschuh Gary Studebaker Valentina Kondra Terry Townsend Donald Shuff Donald Overholser Bill Sando Jerry Richard The "Big 4" conferring in the ??? roorn. Choo! Daze "Listen, cool cat!" "Oh, Fred! You're going to die I" "For the cause of Sc1ence." It's the PRINCIPLE of the thing. " Work! Work! Work! Guess ThIeE little Cl3.1'1i.I'1'S Wgmen Drivers who? ,,"3M'f.! n 5151153 flfi A -Q? "- ff Aff?-' f A W C L! Q J f ' if V ,. '::,,,".- ....., ..,r..,.,. , ,, ex ,bs yi fm fs Q, 2761 S ' W --:L , ' "WK WWW" 5 I . . fffff'-L 'Q iff-:"" '- Student Connoil SEATED: Alberta Saffin, Reporter, Marie Skiles, Sec.g Alice Beck, Pres.g Dianna Beck, V. Pres. STANDING: Scott Flory, Lewis Stahl, John Dillon, Treas.g Leslie Long, Mr. Drummond, Advisor. The activities of the Student Council of 1960-61 included: a mock Presidential Election, a School Better- ment Assembly, and the Annual Homecoming Dance. National Honor Society SEATED: Scott Flory, Pres.g Marie Skiles, V. Pres.g Alice Beck, Treas.g Craig Miller, Sec,g STANDING: Mr. Maurer, Advisorg Melvin Witwer, Lee Bixler, Jean Horner, Connie Coning, Connie James. The Gettysburg Chapter of the National Honor Society was host to the other Darke County Chapters at the National Honor Society Banquet of 1961. The new members that were inducted into the Honor Society in the spring of 1961 were: Seniors: Karen Holaday, Fred Witwerg Juniors: John Dillon, Alberta Saffing Sophomores: Dianna Beck, Christine Holaday, and Freshmen: Leslie Long, Eva Kluss. Chorus n O jeers KAREN LAUGHMAN ------- President DIANNA BECK ---- Secretary-Treasurer KEN COATES ----------- Manager CONNIE CONING - - ---- Librarian DON OVERHOLSER ----- Asst. Manager MARGARET WETZEL ---- Vice President ONA LINDEMUTH - - - - - Librarian CONNIE JAMES ---------- Reporter Prince 0 Peace Kevin Keller, second place winner in county, Dianna Beck, Mrs. Neher, advisor, Alberta Saffin, Connie Coning Lee Bixler, also second place winner in county. ROW ONE: Linda Newbauer, Penny Johnson, Marilyn Miller, Connie Coming, Dianna Beck, Margaret Wetzel Ona Lindemuth. ROW TWO: Christine Holaday, Karen Laughrnan, Darlene Youst, Connie James, Bernice Paulus, Alberta Saffin, Karen Holaday, Mrs. Cameron, Advisor. ROW THREE: Bob Lecklider, David Dawson Don Overholser, Ken Coates, Dennis Christian, Mike Lecklider, Melvin Swigert. TOP ROW: Lee Bixler, Karla Keller, Ron Hahn, Linda New- bauer, Leslie Long, Eddie Hayes. SECOND ROW: Melvin Witwer, Bill Hayes, Christine Holaday, Karen Laughman, Donna Jean Byers, Debbie Maurer, FIRST ROW: Paula Kochersperger, Linda Bixler, Brenda Miller, Patsy Brewer, Kathy Paulus, Connie James, Jane Witwer. ABSENT: Leland Miller, Gary Gessler. Senior M ajorettes Darlene Youst Karen Laughman Linda Newbauer C U , Dianna Beck Paula Kochersperger Connie James X I K W, A-, IC W J X 'fig y ,y, l p The Gettysburg High School Band consists of forty-one members under the leadership of Mrs. Mary Cameron. This year the band has participated in the following activities: County Fair, Bradford Pumpkin Show, Community Fair, Band Shows, and County Contests. . Band ALICE BECK ' - KEVIN KELLER - GARY BOWMAN FRED WITWER - MRS. CAMERON - - - -Secretary - - -Treasurer Vice President - - ---- President - - Director TOP ROW: Mike Lecklider, Bob Lecklider, Kevin Keller, Gary Bowman, Jean Horner, Darlene Youst, Gerald Trittschuh, Fred Witwer. SECOND ROW: Sue Ann Bowman, Roberta Hathaway, David Dawson, Penny Johnson, Terry Townsend, Linda Riegle, Mrs. Cameron, Director. FIRST ROW: Sylvia Long, Margaret Wetzel, Dianna Beck, Darlene Jones, Brenda Bang, Connie Conning, Alice Beck. Ufficers Mu.9ic Contestants Brenda Miller, Karla Keller, Sue Ann Bowman, Linda Newbauer, Robert Leck- lider, Melvin Witwer, Leslie Long, Eddie 'Hayes, Gary Bowman, Connie James. OUZCGTS MARIE SKILES - - MRS. CONING - - ALICE BECK - - - KAREN HOLADAY " '- CHRISTINE HOLADAY CONNIE CONING -"' MARGARET WETZEL - - ' - - President - - - - Advisor - - - Vice President Secretary-Treasurer - - ----- Song Leader - ----- Reporter Y- Teens -Ad v. Council Rep. ROW ONE: Alice Beck, Sharon Miller, Sharon Key, Linda Smith, Marie Skiles, Mrs. Coning. ROW TWO: Christine Holaday, Linda Newbauer, Darlene Youst, Karen Holaday, Margaret Wetzel, Dianna Beck. ROW THREE: Connie Coning, Connie James, Ona Lindemuth, Indy Fenstermaker, Brenda Miller, Susan Lavey, Nancy Hartzell, Carolyn Conner. The Y-Teens is a Christian organization whose purpose is to build a fellowship of women and girls de- voted to the task of realizing in our com- mon life those ideals of personal and social living to which we are committed by our faith as Christians. Left to Right: Kenny Coates, Larry Studebaker, Rick Drake, Kenny Wombold, Ted Shade, Charles McKibben, Bob Welch, Larry Buckingham, Kevin Keller, Karl Keller, Steve Deeter, Richard Root, John Dillon, Lee Bixler, Craig Miller, Fred Witwer, Mr. Drummond, Advisor. The Hi-Y is a Christian organi- zation whose purpose is to create, maintain, and extend throughout the school, home, and community, high standards of Christian character. HL-Y SCOTT FLORY ' LEE BIXLER - - - JOHN DILLON ' - CRAIG MILLER - - FRED WITWER - - MR. DRUMMOND Officers - President - - - Secretary - - - - -Treasurer Reporter, Chaplain - - Vice President - - - - -Advisor Future Homemakers of America FIRST ROW: Ethel Garber, Janice Troutine, Marilyn Miller, Ona Lindemuth, Penny Johnson, Jane Gibboney. Dianna Beck. June Gibboney, Connie Sherry, Chapters Little Sister. SECOND ROW: Valentina Kondra, Shirley Miller, Linda Newbauer, Eva Kluss, Karen Holaday, Christine Holaday, Sharon Key. Jean Horner, Mrs. Heinrichs, Advisor. THIRD ROW: Brenda Miller, Judy Fenstermaker, Sharon Godown, Darlene Youst, Jean Sponaugle, Alberta Saffin, Donna Barton, Bernice Paulus. ,,nn, sf' o +0 .H ' '- X ' . vs 3 . f D ' Ehrlfwf' '1 .. -I V T jj Q , Q -. 0 , e 'Q' 'il xo o ,uw ,o Officers IEAN HORNER - - ---- President SHARON KEY - - - - - Vice President ALBERTA SAFFIN - - ---- Secretary DIANNA BECK - - - - - -Treasurer JUNE GIBBONEY - - - - Reporter KAREN HOLADAY - - - ----- Historian CHRISTINE HOLADAY - - - - Parliamentarian DARLENE YOUST -------- Recreation Leader LUCY MILLER ---------- Degree Chairman The FHA Banquet was held April 1'7, 1961. Here, Mrs. Heinrichs presents the FHA award to Sharon Key. This award is given to the student who has an outstanding record in FHA and Home Economics. Future Farmers of America 'W-.,.w"X' - -k , FIRST ROW: Don Brickler, Richard Root, Buford Flora, Lewis Stahl, Larry Studebaker, Mike Reed, Mr. Cole, Advisor. SECOND ROW: Melvin Swiger, Kenny Via, Gerald Trittschuh, Don Lecklider, Carl Wagner, Donald Overholser, Ronnie Via, Gunter Kiryluk, Dennis Christian, Ronald Hahn, Don Shuff. THIRD ROW: Glenn Sell, Bill McClurg, Eddie Barga, Ronnie Benning, Lanny Brenner, Fred Rhoades, Kirby Keiser, Gary Bowman, Ronnie Lyme, Steve Deeter. Q V-'L . 5 ll fZ5' " 'p XT: oo'-'91, A Fl :IA S- fm is-' of 055,19 FFA Ujfcers and Advisor Left to right: Scott Flory, Treas. , Don Brickler, , Sentinel, Buford Flora, V. Pres. , Lewis Stahl, Pres. , Mike Reed, Reporter, Larry Studebaker, Sec. and Mr. . annual Parent-Son Banquet. Cole, Advisor. Scott Flory receiving his Star Farmer aw ard at the Senior Play When Angela brings Bill, her fiance, to meet Uncle Henry at the hospital and introduces him as Dr. Iackson, Uncle Henry thinks he is a surgeon . . . and no one corrects him because he promises to give Angela and Bill 350, OOO for the first life Bill saves. This was the beginning of this humorous three act farce under the direction of Mr. Jack Farley. 'Y Cast Henry Dodson ------ Jonathan Puckett - - Angela Warren - - - Dr. William Jackson ' -CRAIG MILLER - - FRED WITWER - - SHARON KEY - - '--- LEWIS STAHL Miss Holt ---'--- - - KAREN HOLADAY Pat Pryor - - Dottie - - - Lottie ---- Jack Benson - - - Cardelia Puckett - - Dovie Finkledink - - Dodie Blake ---- Hoofendyke ------ - Middle -aged woman Daughter ------ Businessman - ---- - - - - SHARON MILLER DARLENE GODOWN ' JOANN JOHNSON ' ' GERALD BURNS ' ' JANET DIDIER - - MARIE SKILES - " ALICE BECK - - RONALD LYME SHERIAN HOFFMAN - - - -THERESA RICHARD ' ' GARY BOWMAN "Let me out of this chicken coop!" "What seems to be the trouble Mr. Puckett?" "Through your he art That's where this dagger goes Junior C ass Pla Herman Carr - - Mrs. Carr - - Laine Carr - - Dicky Turner - - George Carr - - Carol Ruth Carr - Miss Lucinda Carr - - - - - - ALBERTA SAFFIN Mrs. Elvira McDuffie - T he Cast ' ' ' ' ' 'IOHN DILLON - - CAROLYN CONNER - - - NANCY HARTZELL -""' BILLHAYES - " - " ' ROBERT WELCH BARBARA CHRISTMAN ' ' ' ' ' JEAN HORNER Mr. I. Caswell Drennen ----- KARL KELLER Don Drennen ------------ LEE BIXLER Mr. Yeates - - Janet Roden - - Liz Estes ---- Mickie Strong - - Delivery Boy - - Directed by - - - - -MELVIN WITWER " ' -SUSAN LAVEY - ' ' SUSAN MONNIER ' - BERNICE PAULUS - - - STEVE DEETER ' " ' MR. FARLEY The Plot When Laine Carr, Herman's attractive daughter, receives a letter from a very wealthy girl saying that she is coming for a short visit, the whole family is in a panic. The house is terribly run-down-at-the -heels. Aunt Lucinda Carr, who comes to stay with the family, by some mistake, receives a huge fortune. She spends all the money on the house and then the bubble bursts. Miss Lucinda is asked to return the money. Mr. Carr perfects an in- vention which he has been working on and receives enough money to pay the debt. Qh, boyl Cream puffs. "You have committed a penitentiary offense I" Highlights "Duhh!" i "A chance at the teachers" Wu' 1961 yy f Vm an old ww hand ' ff LV"VV I i I I V- b N .." S v N Sock .g f - 1 Hop X Q . c .:.. 5 GHS " 6 M . , .f .f, ix vb Q Q' Q ,,, M .1 , S 42-J'r.f'bi5'Q5' 'f QS N , E , g k , .:fy2r,,.5 ev ., A WN., , ,, i rg Q ' 3 DRESS UP DAY'?'? "Getty-up, Horsey" - , 'f-ivy, , Q X S' h "Having S Uouble with your Hobby Horse?" QW FM Sf .wvfvfw " Hang over?" , , V - ,y,re .:,r, ,rr " Hmmm I" " We're w inning" ff "" ' .,.. ., . " .. ., ' --o f ri: - T 1 1 .-J, 4 :L ""', ' S 9 S ,',:'L," ' f S 22 9 , ' ' A , - f rry'rr mg fr 'L"LA A mr,L V "', wie? 4 S fw K mfr 'r" r -f'-- TV "raw ,,4sf7:ez-Qmiirsifr., p "Y v ' 'S V -H5925 ' ' A -f Q A OH fe S ggi SL not LU Step. H T or ' Til A 3 Muni. H J rmrr S ' .lie 'Jvc , - Y ff? MEMORIES Sharon and Scott "The urge to Kill. Q 2 , Q xv 'Ki -Q 1 N , f . , , , if jj,-My , .. H ,RQ We - Community Fair The 1960 Community Fair was opened by the high school band leading the pet parade. Talent Show winners - Left to right: 3rd One of the many centers of activity was the Sylvia Hostetter, 2nd Vicky Whitesell, lst organizational booths in the cafeteria. Bob Lecklider. Community Fair Queen and her Court, left to right: Penny Johnson, Dianna Beck, Queeng Connie Sherry, flower girly Lucy Miller, and JoAnn Johnson. Christmas Dance One of the highlights of the Christmas Dance was the Kangaroo Court. "Guilty or not guilty, Mr. Farley?" Ted was found guilty and paid the penalty . . and there was dancing In l Presiding over the dance were Queen Sharon Key and King Scott Flory Homecoming 1 1 9 6 9 6 1 1 ueen, Pat Patricia Ann Sando, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sando reigned at the Third Annual Homecoming of Gettysburg High School. Following the Homecoming game was a dance sponsored by the Student Council. Pat Sando, Ted Shadeg Sharon Key, Scott Floryg Sharon Miller, Lewis Stahlg Darlene Godown, Don Bricklerg J'oAnn Johnson, Kenny Coates. Flower girl - Kim Elliot Last yea.r's Queen, Lalean Tegtmeyer Crown Bearer - Lonnie Laughman crowns the 1961 Homecoming Queen vi Xb r wvq Valentine Dance Lewis Stahl was chosen "Dreamboat" of the Sweet- heart Dance, sponsored by the F. H. A. C L Come on, Don . . . ............ . . Let's Dance!" Everyone enjoyed the Lunatic Games. The Lunatics: Lewis S. and Joyce S. , Mike R. and Jean H. , Terry M. and Sharon M. QMrs. Heinrichs, F. H. A. Advisor,j Junior and Senior Prom The Junior class sponsored the Prom in honor of the Seniors on May 13, 1961. The theme, "Moon- light and Roses," set the mood for the gala occasion. Music was provided by Henry Selhorst's Band of Greenville. At the stroke of midnight, everyone left feeling that it had been a memorable evening. X Indeed, memories are made of this! ! ff ff ,X X! '17 'ff I 5 31 rv 1 ,' f f f ,-ff 1 I' 5 Af 63 f gf , "Moonlight and Roses" G ff 5 "Step through the archway of Stars" "Just toss in a coin, and make a wish." l 77 r "The evening was never dull with the 'swingin' "Presiding over the punch bowl are: Connie fguf piece band." James, David Vanatta, and Margaret Wetzel." Editor - - - - KAREN LAUGHMAN Asst. Editors - - - KAREN HOLADAY, PAT SANDO Typists and Production staff - - - JANET DIDIER LARRY HOSTETTER SHARON MILLER DARLENE GODOWN SHARON KEY THERESA RICHARD Advisor ---- MR. LONG Cardinal News Staff Annual Staff Editor - - -FRED WITWER Asst. Editor - ALICE BECK Business Manager - CRAIG MILLER: MARIE SKILES SCOTT FLORY, SHARON MILLER and PAT SANDO Advisor ---- MR. LONG Al na RQ 's i 2 3 v I 3 Si 1 Cardinal This year the Gettysburg Cardinals improved their record to eight wins and eight losses. The team started off slowly, but they enjoyed a six game winning streak midway in the season. During this time they won the Versailles Holiday Tourney. LEWIS STAHL Sr. Center MIKE REED Sr. Center LARRY STUDEBAKER Sr. Forward SCOTT FLORY Sr. Guard KEN COATES Ir. Guard CRAIG MILLER Sr. Guard Season WE Newton 35 Houston 62 Bradford 51 Franklin-Monroe 53 Marion fTwp.J 47 Mississinawa 63 Bethel 69 New Madison 67 THEY 46 77 55 61 52 43 51 64 Varszlt After the six game winning streak, they tapered off and won two and lost three. At the Darke County Tournament the Cardinals lost to the Franklin-Monroe Iets. The highlight of the season was the winning of the Holiday Tournament at Versailles. DON BRIC KLER Scores WE Versailles 58 New Madison 51 Ansonia 66 Westmont 38 Sidney H. A. 50 Arcanum 47 Verona 51 Russia 60 DARKE COUNTY TOURNEY Franklin-Monroe 68 Gettysburg 46 Forw ard THEY 55 48 57 60 72 80 49 59 JOHN DILLON Ir. Center BILL MCCLURG Soph. Guard CHARLIE MCKIBBEN Soph. Guard GARY STUDEBAKER Fresh. Guard TOM HILL Fresh. Forward Varsity Cheerleaders DIANNA BECK fCapt.D Sophomore Keeping the pep and school spirit up at Gettysburg High is the main task of the cheerleaders. They have done a great job of this plus taking charge of various other activi- ties including athletic banquet and pep assemblies. DENICE BECK Mascot JEAN HORNER ,Tunior Early in the fall of 1960 fifteen high school girls tried out for the seven cheerleading positions 14 varsity and 3 reservej. Each girl did several cheers and then the student body voted on any seven. The four girls receiving the greatest number of votes were our var- sity cheerleaders. TUDY FENSTERMAKER fCo-Capt. I PENNY JOHNSON Freshman FICShm-211 Varsit Squad ROW ONE: Coach Donald Townsend, Scott Flory, Mike Reed, Lewis Stahl, Larry Studebaker, John Dillon, Craig Miller. ROW TWO: Charles McKibben, Bill McClurg, Ken Coates, Don Brickler, Tom Hill, and Gary Studebaker HOMECOMING ACTION Lewis Stahl's favorite jump shot. Ted Shade grabbing a rebound. Reserve Basketball ROW ONE: Kevin Keller, Mgr. g Ron Via, Bill Sando, Coach Don Townsend, Iirn Shives, Bill McClu1'g, Ken Wombold, Mg. ROW TWO: Charles McKibben, Gary Studebaker, Tom Hill, Bob Welch, Larry Buckingham Leslie Long, and Don Overholser. Bob Welch gets the tip -off, Larry and Bill fight for the rebound. Cy awe 626, eo '40 Q ogg MARGARET WETZEL Sophomore DARLENE YOUST ONA LINDEMUTH Sophomore Sophomore Our Reserve Cheerleaders in action at the Third Annual Home- coming Game. Baseball ROW ONE: Charles McKibben, Bill McClurg, Larry Buckingham, David Vanatta, Robert Lecklider. ROW TWO Mr. Drummond, Ken Coates, John Dillon, Larry Studebaker, Ted Shade, Craig Miller, Scott Flory, Bob Welch and Mr. Townsend, Coach. ROW THREE: Gary Studebaker, Bill Sando, Tom Hill, Gene Fout, Don Overholser and Jim Shives. Season Scores WE THEY Arcanum 0 8 Westmont 2 8 New Madison 4 8 Mississinawa 10 17 Franklin -Monroe 6 4 This year our team won only one game and lost four. Gettysburg's only victory was the last game of the season when they beat Franklin-Monroe. Ted Shade, batting champion for the 1960-61 season. Spring Track 1961 FIRST ROW: Eddie Hayes, Gary Studebaker, Jerry Richard, Bill Sando, Tom Hill. SEC- OND ROWg Charles McKibben, Bob Welch, Mike Reed, Ronnie Via, Craig Miller, Ted Shade. THIRD ROW: Kenny Wombold, Manager, Mr. Donald Townsend, Coach. Craig Miller putting the shot. Ted Shade goes up and over. Ronnie Via coming down the Winner of the track award this home stretch. year. i These five returning Lettermen are eagerly anticipating next year's season. Cross Country ROW ONE: Bob Lecklider, David Vanatta, Mr. Townsend, Coach, Ron Via, and Larry Buckingham. ROW TWO Bill McClurg, Charles McKibben, Ken Coates, Scott Flory, Don Brickler, and Mike Reed. GETTYSBURG'S TOP FIVE RUNNERS IN THE COUNTY CROSS COUNTRY MEET Bill McClurg, Don Brickler, Scott Elory, Ken Coates, and Ron Via. Mr. Townsend, coach f ik E ii fs 53 I 'if .4 'j.L5f,zg, mglfigf v-ii, ,V 3-1 -2 f ' H '23-frY'2,141i' -f',1::'Z',-31,124 ij f 'f - 1, Ml- -TH 5--92' fi-Si 1' Kay Gessler, Gary Fritz, Tom Hill, Roberta Hatha- way, Delores Hartzell, Barbara Hoffman. Eighth Jane Witwer, Pres., Diana Stephens, Rep. g Terry Kochersperger, V. Pres.g Wayne Wetzel, Sec. -Treas.9 Donna Jean Byers, Rep. Marilyn Conner, Brenda Becker, Joan Brickler, David Class, Sue Ann Bowman. Absent: Joanna Henderson. Grade J John Kissinger, Paul Long, Darlene Jones, Carol Linder, Jeff Kettlehake, Nicolas Kondra. George Richard, James Smith, James Unger, Dennis Root, Larry Wagner , Brenda Bang. Richard Marker, Tim Netzley, James Marker, Raymond Petitjean, Kenneth Mead. Seventh Class Officers Deborah Maurer and Charlotte Biesner, Rep. g Ronnie Grilliot, V. Pres.: Sylvia Long, Pres., Leland Miller, Sec. -Treas. Brenda Keiser, Carol Kissinger, Karla Keller, Neil Long, Torn Johnson, Mona Lindemuth. Michelle Drake, Elaine Brickler, Linda Garbig, Gary Hill, Steven Hawes, Connie Hill, Jane Gilbert, Linda Bixler, Joan Arnett. Gloria Hostetter, Gary Gessler. Grade Marvin Miller, Robert Campbel, Jerry Marker. STANDING - Karen Ullom, Micheal Thompson, Dennis Wetzel. SEATED - Becky Youst, Sandra Thompson, Re- becca Williams, Gail Townsend. 1 imi 1 Pamalia Reed, Ronnie Raikes, Kathy Paulus, Anita Lee Sherry, Larry Smith, Sam Sponaugle, David Sander, Nancy Rhoades, Linda Riegle, Donovan Smith, Robert Stephan, Kay Shuff, Ronnie Sprenkel Markland. funior Band FIRST ROW: Jane Witwer, Rebecca Williams, Darlene Jones, Sheryl Morrison, Kathy Paulus, Linda Bixler, Rebecca Youst, Gloria Hostetter, Donna Jean Byers. SECOND ROW: Brenda Bang, Aloha Coning, Brenda Keiser, Michael Witwer, Linda Long, Roberta Hathaway, Gary Fritz, Sue Ann Bowman, Jim Marker, Gary Hill, Gary Gessler, Ronnie Grilliot, Larry Wagner, Richard Marker, Dixie Rhoades, Karon Etter. THIRD ROW: Linda Riegle, Gail Townsend, Linda Horner, Jimmy Stephen. STANDING: Mrs. Cameron, Leland Miller, Carol Linder, Wilbur Harpest, Ronnie Raikes, Karla Keller, Kathy Holaday, Robert Stephen, Tim Netzley. On February 25, there was a Junior High Music Contest held at Covington. Gettysburg sent fourteen con- testants and most of them received a very good rating, The contestants were: Jane Witwer, Clarinet Triog Sue Ann Bowman, trumpet solog Roberta Hathaway, cornet solog Linda Riegle, Clarinet solog Brenda Bang, piano solo, clarinet solo, clarinet trio. fStandir1gJ Deborah Maurer, saxophone solo, Sylvia Long, piano solo: Darlene Jones, clarinet trio, Jim Marker, cornet quartet, Ronnie Gilliot, cornet trio, Larry Wagner, corner quartetg Richard Marker, cornet quartet, Gary Gessler, cornet trio, cornet quartetg Gary Hill, comet trio. funior High Basketball ROW ONE: Neil Long, Wayne Wetzel, Ronnie Grilliot, David Class, Gary Fritz, Terry Kochersperger, Dennis Root, Jim Unger, Dennis Wetzel. ROW TWO: Coach Steve Drummond, Jim Smith, Jerry Marker, Mike Thompson Ronnie Sprenkel, Steve Hawes, Nick Kondra, Gary Hill, and Jeff Kettlehake, Mgr. To boost the spirit of the team and fans are the cheer- leaders, Mona Lindemuth, Sandy Thompson, Barbara Brickler, and Jane Witwer. Captain of the squad is Sandy Thompson. Coach Steve Drummond discussing basketball scores with manager,- Jeff Kettlehake. XS, ,4- p s af J WJ Li' junior High " Hurry, girls I" " Bouncy, Bouncy" r "The four Lasses" "Practice makes perfect, " Qnly one at a time, boys' v- Mr. Drummond demonstrates the correct method. 9 E Q L E 2 Eb 1 Z Q 2 5 E Q 5 Q I iKSx,wSss4sLa .,..., 'X MEMS4eiiwwsmwznsqwgfzgbxavwzazmfesivfffwai,miwmfff1iivw25i21Q2SxSa1bifazQisemfzpzslbamiswwigiwfiwwWwvanewiw fi-Qui-wif-1 -iii:-:wifefiizizuivsmsvivgaiwe,Q1.2,Qe,,fsffmegivfa 1:vim-z1Q2gg1's:,-aim.: ,,.. ROW ONE: Stephen Besecker, Scotty Crist, Linda Horner, Marla Petitjean, Eldon Garber, David Sander, Richard Gilbert, Wayne Barton. ROW TWO: Mr. Snyder, Sharon Ullom, Karen Etter, Linda Lowman, Jonathan Netzley, Rodney Applegate, Aloha Coning, Jimmie Archey, Kathy Holaday, Dixie Rhoades, Carol Leugers. ROW THREE: Charles Youst, Roger Allread, Charles Hines, Patricia Brewer, Karen Deaton, Sharon Sprenkel, James Stephan, Julian Miok, Florence Langston, Lurena Langston. Sixth Grade MR, SNYDER ' ' E , ,,rr ' rrrrr ' 1 1 'ni' i"' ' ,,'-, - Q, siis , irsi, '- t' ,P-- il f I fvv p . ' ily aip, .,r, I , ' ' 1-ff-P-f 'sli . K s J J ,fi J Patty Stoltz and David Sanders look on as Larry or J S S it f- A Simmons and David Brandt display their artistic - J -,-,' 5135 " . . R J R 4 J S , ablhty- gl , - R "'l . ' "Artists at work I " ROW ONE: Twila Gessler, Lois Boone, Linda Long, Wayne Beisner, Dixie Beisner, Jane Coates, Jeanne Thomp- son, Miriam Burns. ROW TWO: Mrs. Loxley, Scherrie Sander, Sheryl Morrison, Naomi I-Iarpest, Donald ChfiSIi2111. Linn COHWHY, Alfred Goehrich, Nina Etter, Connie Curtner. ROW THREE: Michael Witwer, Darlene Smith, Wilbur Harpest, Penny Becker, Ionette Shives, Steven Barga, Kenneth Knick, Cathy McKihben. Fwh and Sixth Grade "My favorite subject is recess." Speed and accuracy are both important ROW ONE: Linda Overholser, Mary Kay Raffel, Paula Kochersperger, Michael Sommer, Joyce Witwer, Stephen Ritz, Joe Brandt, Marlene Johnson. ROW TWO: Ricky McMiller, Forrest Miller, Shirley Marker, Sharon Lowman Cynthia Valentine, Sharon Smith, Carol Hoblit, Leta Sue Hines, Betty McClurg. ROW THREE: Mrs. Albright, Timothy Bang, Lee Thompson, Gary Miller, Mary J. Kissinger, Steven Conner, Dean Burk, Cheryl Jones, Alan Petersime, Merrill Byers, Billy Hartzell, Bradley Maurer. Fgfth Grade Fifth graders enjoy free ice cream for winning the PTA banner for the month of February. Having finished their lessons, the fifth graders enjoy a party. Linda Hartzell, John Snyder, Harry Bowman and Bruce Mikesell prepare for recess. Mary Jean Smith, Beverly Hagan, Clarence Richard, Larry Hufford, and Harvey Linder stand before their display of colorful designs. Fourth Grade MRS. STOLTZ ROW ONE: Wayne Long, Pearl Case, Michael Rhoades, Ann Marker, Jerry Hodge, David Beisner, Peggy Grilliot Eddie Hodge. ROW TWO: Mrs. Stoltz, Bruce Williams, Cynthia Meadows, Joyce Schafer, Steven Ungericht, Terry Miller, Georgina Witwer, Cheryl Lowman, Eddie Arnett, Karen Beck. ROW THREE: Linda Sprenkel, Sharon Paulus, Steven Longfellow, Roseanna Davis, Gary Baker, James Hartzell, Sammy Bang, Ronald Markland Billy Io Archey, Steven Wallace. ROW ONE: Connie Sherry, Bonnie Applegate, Felecia Miok, Diane Miller, Barbara Erisrnan, Linda Sander, Larry Hartzell, Peggy Hayes. ROW TWO: Mrs. Snyder, David Keller, Donald Raffel, Linda Valentine, Ned Unger, Linda Hayes, Becky Long, Sylvia Hostetter, Sarah Jane Bowman. ROW THREE: Becky Io Reed, David Brewer, Kathleen Hoblit, Dean Brewer, Norman Hoblit, Dor1na Lavey, Cheryl Schultz. Third and Fourth Grade Ruth Anna Binkley, Pamela Tipple, and Rodney Brickler "Study Time" look at the bulletin board. Joyce Keiser, Ricky McConnel, Gary Hufford, Donald Miller, and Randy Linder point out the interesting things in their sand box. Cheryl Applegate, Diane Biesner, Dennis Kennison, Vincent Sherry, and Wavelyn Stiver look at the United States map. Third Grade ROW ONE: Stephen White, Kathy Keller, Joyce Ann Hinkle, Michael Brandt, Mark Johnson, Parnila Arnett John Shuff, Scott Aukerrnan. ROW TWO: Mrs. Stoltz, Jeannie Schultz, Kenneth Etter, Raymond Gilbert, Rebecca Maurer, Susan Bang, Terry Brewer, Mike Menke, Sharon Archey. ROW THREE: Randall Bowman, Steven Sponaugle, Gordon Miller, Steven Becker, Sam Kissinger, Marcia Archey, Leanna Besecker, James Leugers, Chris Ritz. Marilyn Martin, John Lindemuth, Mike Richard, Sue Kean, Boyd Ke an, and James Gibboney display their American flag. Quiet! Students at work. Second Grade MRS. MORRISON ROW ONE: Anita Beisner, Scott Laughrnan, Patty Rhoades, Martha Snyder, Richard Barton, Mary Kinnison, La Monta Stephens, Kathy McGlothin. ROW TWO: Tommy McMi1ler, Hazel Stiver, Sharon Derr, Sandy Smith, Roberta Fair, Diana Mullins, Janet Schafer, Wayne Hoblit, Claude Fenstermaker, Diana Fair, Steven Brandt. ROW THREE: Mrs. Morrison, Scott Linder, Steven Via, Donald Hartzell, Jane Sprenkel, Tommy Hartzell, Hazel Langston, David Netzley, Stephen Risrniller, Bobby Rhoades, Marvin Hoblit, Mike Shives, Steven Hartzell. ROW ONE: Barbara Hoblit, Steven Beasley, Tom Menke, Carlton Jones, Janice Harpest, Larry Hill. ROW TWO Mrs. Welch, David Aultman, Ronald Crist, Benita Hershberger, Elaine Brewer, Julia Rismiller, Regan Bowman, Judy Risrniller, Jeannine Kochersperger, Pamela Knick, John Archey. ROW THREE: Ida Mae Hoffman, Gregg Blumenstock, Mary Alice Bowman, Denny Baker, Margaret Crawford, Roberta Case, Tamara Aukerman, Stephen Miller, Roxanne Brickler, and Brenda Curtner. First and Second MRS. WELCH Students watch closely as Mrs. Welch flashes the cards. "Oh, the wonders to be found in the world of books!" ROW ONE: Glen Etter, Janice Skiles, Gay Burnett, Jack Long, Walter Linder, Ray Burnett, Jerry Valentine, Bonnie Johnson. ROW TWO: Miss Arnold, Kenneth Smith, Rebecca Fair, Debra Arnett, Patty Hawes, Becky Jo Hufford, Edith Miller, Donnie Miller, Tim Rhoades, Eugenia Mitchell, George Sherry, Linda Stephenson, Debbie Smith. ROW THREE: Susie Keller, Connie Lowman, Mike Hartzell, Charles Raffel, Roberta Erisman, Vicke Schultz, Doris Sprenkel, Krista Long, Brice Mikesell, Joyce Gilbert, Bradley Miller, Barbara Richard, and Suzan Stanton. First Grade MISS ARNOLD " Busy Le arners I" " Listen Closely I " Elemeritar Activities "A Little Bit of Holland "Monkey business." "Spooks and Gob1ir1s" A valentine from my sweetheart," Strike up the band, Nothing like a party! Round '11 Round Drill Team Left to right: Ieannie Kochersperger, Kathy Keller, Patty Stoltz, Marlene Johnson, Joyce Witwer, Linda Overholser, Becky Io Reed, Ruth Ann Binkley, Cheryl Lynn Applegate, Karen Beck, Peggy Grilliot, Roberta Fair, and Pam Knick. Instructor: Linda Newbauer. The Cardinalettes Above: Noon time finds the children eating in the cafeteria. At right: It's 3:15 again! Their work completed the tired children willingly board the buses. The Cardinalettes meet every Tuesday night after school, They drill on marching techniques and marching routines. The Cardinalettes often accompany the band on various occasions. Thu above all Ami it mmf Most of the Young Couples in the Miami Valley Buy Their Furniture, Appliances, Rugs, at SELLMAN'S IN COVINGTON Because Selections Are Larger, Selln'1an's Guarantee Everything and Best of All, Prices Are Lower CHALMER'S GARAGE SMITI-I'S GRAIN COMPANY LAURA RESTAURANT PITSBURG FEED AND GRAIN GERLACH'S BOOTERY GRILLIOT'S PEOPLE'S BANK COMPANY MILLER-HILL FUNERAL HOME McCLURG'S OFFICE AND SUPPLY BLUE BOWL GIFT SHOP JUDY TYPEWRITER BATTENS ELECTRIC SERVICE MABLE'S TOY FAIR WIELAND JEWELRY HOLTHOUSE FURNITURE MYRON EIKENBERRY CRAWFORD PRODUCE MA ID-RITE DRIVE-IN FINTON'S SHOE STORE R. E. WENGER COMPANY MARY ELLEN BEAUTY SALON NILEYN CITIES SERVICE GETTINGER'S SUNOCO SERVICE ENGELKONS Bradford, Arcanum, Laura, Laura, Versailles, Versailles, Versailles, Versailles, Greenville, Greenville, Greenville, Greenville, Greenville, Greenville, Greenville, Greenville, Greenville, Greenville, Greenville, Greenville, Greenville, Greenville, Greenville, Greenville, Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Oh io Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Oh io Ohio Ohio Ohio Oh io Oh io Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio M mber of GREENVILLE NATIONAL BANK GETTYSBURG BRANCH Gttyb g FDIC Cp1tBkg GRILLIOT AUTO PARTS AND WRECKING COMPANY Versailles, Ohio an BROWN'S SWEET SHOP ' Fountain Service Fresh Baked Goods Daily L c Ki """ it V New and Used Wrecking Service ,119 Parts Day and Night IVAN GRILLIOT LA 6-3851 'L , .,-.., Prop, LA o-6,941 A Phone LA vorooiiioo, Ohio BOUGHBEND ORCHARD Home Grown Fruit WEAVER BROTHERS, INC. Buyers of Quality Controlled Eggs Cider in Season One Mile East of Bradford on U. S. Route 36 DALE sToLTz, Prop. Phone LA Poultry 6-3331 V ersailles, Ohio ALTMAN'S CASH FEED STORE If Quality Feeds wzgfffffy 7,86 g 3 ' f? Top Prices for Grain A ga 4 iss ? Phone LA 6 -5441 Versailles , Ohio BRADFORD NATIONAL BANK Savings Rate Interest Is Guaranteed and All Deposits Insured Up to 2510, 000 by the FDIC Open Friday Evenings 5:00-6:30 Bradford, Ohio CLARK FEED 81 GRAIN CO. Farm Buildings - Farm Supplies Salt - Fertilizer Feeds - Coal Gettysburg, Ohio Phone GI 7-2211 ANSONIA Q - Xi - 7 UQ DV MBLRJ-LL X-,Q Tfgrgufw ,L : Q .,, Q N 1 Y Lumber and Complete Building Service GEORGE L. KLIPSTINE Manager Phone ED 7-3111 Ansonia, Ohio SOWRY'S SERVICE STATION GRAY'S JEWELERS Sinclair Gas Lubrication "Greenville's Silver Store' Engagement Rings - China - Watches Sterling Silver - Samsonite 'Q ' Hearing Aids S 'M QQSOLXQ' l Car Wash Laura Ohio 601 S. Broadway Greenville, Ohio C ompliments of S. S. SHUFF 8. SONS Massey-Ferguson Sales Rural Route 4992 Arcanum, Ohio HAMBURGER SHOP Phone L17-9021 Restaurant and Window Service "Finest Hamburgers in Town" lOO Martin Street Greenville, Ohio GREENVILLE MUSIC CENTER RCA Hi-Fi and Televisions Organs Conn - Olds - Selmer Band Instruments 322 South Broadway Greenville, Ohio I Z1 1 I V' rx - ci of BROWN'S BARBER SHOP Hours Tuesday 8 to 8 P Wednesday8 to 6 Thursday 8 to 8 Friday 8 to 5:30 Saturday 8 to 8 'Fi Y Gettysburg, Ohio G1 7-2112 PEOPLES SAVINGS BANK C- J' PAULUS FURNITURE CO. of Greenville, Ohio Furniture - Carpets - Appliances "The Friendly Bankll Complete Home Furnishings With Drive-In Service Member of The Federal Deposit IUSU-renee COTP- Phone LA 6-3321 Versailles, Ohio STOCKER FUNERAL HOME 24-Hour Ambulance Service Gettysburg, Ohio Bradford, Ohio Phone G17-2191 Phone H18-8301 FOX PHARMACY REED BROTHERS Store for Men and Boys CQ? A Curlee Clothes r' 'A 0 Portis Hats Lee Work Clothing ' Van Heus en Shirts 1 . 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One of America's Leading Producers of pumps and water systems, salutes tomorrow's leaders, the graduates and student body of GETTYSBURG HIGH SCHOOL THE TAIT MANUFACTURING COMPANY 306 North Bridge Street Gettysburg, Ohio TRCUTWINE AUTO SERVICE Phone OWen Z-8373 A rcanum, Ohio THE SMART SHOP Women's Wear DARKE COUNTY AUTOMOBILE DEALER'S ASSN. Coats Dresses Millinery 418 S. Broadway Greenville, Ohio 110 Martin Street Greenville, Ohio BAKER 81 CLARK Sales and Service LEONARD O. CURTNER General Insurance and Real Estate BEST POLICY AT ALL TIMES New Idea Massey-Ferguson 44 wuusu o ig,-ip - , N x .f . QR fi E Gettysburg Ohio Phone GI 7-4321 Gettysburg, Ohio Compliments of CEDAR POINT AUTO SUPPLY, INC. LQWE BROTHERS Schultz Weaver Klepinger V v V 1fZ Mile East of Greenville on :T U. 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