Milton Hershey School - Acropolis Yearbook (Hershey, PA)
- Class of 1948
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Text from Pages 1 - 68 of the 1948 volume:
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Our praises unlo fhee
Rise +o Jrhe slcy.
We're loyal, H. l. S.,
Our failh in Thee shall never die.
There comes a lime when we
Bid lhee good-bye.
Hail, hail our Alma Maier,
May your spiril' 'rrue be ever nigh!
Lili your voices, singing of 'rhe
school you love so wellg
Send your voices. singing over
every hill and dell:
Swing along, wilh a song,
Sing your praise wi'rh voices slrong.
To those about to enter - WELCOME
To those who will remain - A RECORD
To those about to leave - SUCCESS
ORDER OF BOOKS
CLASS OF I948
MR. MILTON S. I-IERSHEY
lvlillon S. Hershey-for many people lhese words
name a greal businessman and philanfhropisl. For
us, They mean a beloved fos+er ialher.
l-le look us in our early years. fecl us, clolhed us,
and gave us an educaiion. ln refurn, we shoulcl
honor him by life-long appreciaiion.
We sincerely hope lhal in lhe years lo come we
may refleci creclil on him and on H. I. S.
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MR. C. FLOYD LICHTENBERGER
The Gradualing Class of i948 deems il a greal
pleasure lo dedicaie This Acropolis To Mr. C. Floyd
A line friend, he is always ready ro give oi his
Time and energy +0 help lhe fellows whenever a
This dedicaliorm is inlended as an expression of
our gralilude 'ro him,
Genfle of speech, buf absolufe of rule
LiTTle do we realize, unTil we are juniors or seniors in high school,
how large a place our Board oT Managers really has in our lives,
boTh aT The Tarm-homes and in school.
The men on The Board oT Managers have our inTeresTs and welTare
ToremosT in all Their decisions. To make These decisions They musT
use all Their resourceTulness and ToresighT. They realize our wanTs,
needs, and ambiTions. Their desire is To give us as many oT The good
Things oT liTe as possible.
Many Times when we were Taced by seemingly insurmounTalole
obsTacles, They were There, ready wiTh a guiding word oT advice.
We are greaTly indebTed To Them Tor The wholesome living con-
diTions under which we live as well as Tor The Tine insTrucTion and The
high scholasTic s+andards oT The Hershey lndusTrial School.
WiTh all These advanTages, which are broughT abouT by our Board
oT Managers, we Tace our new Tasks in The world wiTh an easily un-
l.asTly, The Board oT Managers has TulTilled ours and Mr. l'lershey's
TrusT in Them To use his generous endowmenT To enrich greaTly our
lives here and To prepare us Tor The TuTure.
As we, The Class oT I948, leave The halls oT H. I. S., we exTend our
deepesT Thanks To our TosTer-TaThers, The Board oT Managers, Tor
Their help in making our school liTe a success.
Tlicmlonz Banks A. R. Whiteman J. J. Gallagher XV. H. Earnest C. J Zie ci D P'1ul VV1tme1
Estates Chemist Se.-c'y-Trezis. Sales-Choc. Corp. Counsel Pres, 11819118 Fst X ice Ch ur
E. F. Hershey CRetirerll P. A. Staples P. N. Hershey O E Bolducr
Pres. Nat'I. Bank Chair1nan Agr. Mgr. Alum!!
E. II. Mzirkley
Tl. F. Olena
I. J. Daniel
Problems concerning school operaTion and individual sTudenTs are
dealT wiTh by The adminisTraTive sTaTT. We have come To know some
oT These men quiTe well. Their eTTiciency and Thoroughness have won
our respecT. OTTen They have helped us wiTh serious problems which
opTimisTic youTh is prone To underesTimaTe. Much oT Their work goes
unheralded, Tor They do noT boasT oT The beneTiTs The school receives
Through Their work.
We see The handiwork oT This group everywhere aT H. l. S.-in
school and on The Tarrn-homes. They supervise our discipline, educa-
Tion, and home liTe. When people visiTing The school remark abouT
how well iT is operaTed, we are reminded ThaT much oT The crediT
is due To These men.
They hold imporTanT execuTive posiTions ThroughouT The Hershey
EsTaTes. By The merging oT Their many and varied abiliTies we Teel
ThaT Their decisions and Their soluTions oT problems conTronTing us
are The besT possible. Their inTeresT in and devoTion To The school
have resulTed in high sTandards and high ideals Tor us To Tollow.
We realize ThaT we cannoT appreciaTe unTil laTer years The bene-
TiTs received Through This able group, buT we do know They have
helped To equip us To cope successfully wiTh our TuTures.
As we leave our alma maTer, we wish To express our mosT sincere
Thanks Tor Their labors in our behalT.
J. O. Hersliey Dr. John Bealor VV. E. Moorc-liezid
I. E. Bolzb P. N. Uersliey D . Paul VVitmer W. A. Hammrmrl C. F. I-Iarnish
Ch, of Staff Principal
WiTh The greaTesT oT pride we presenT our TaculTy. We have no
words To describe our Thanlcs and graTiTude Tor The paTience and
energy They have expended To Teach us To The besT of Their abiliTies.
We hope ThaT we have noT been Too oTTen inaTTenTive in The class-
We know our TaculTy noT only as Teachers buT as good Triends and
counselors when we needed advice. Many were The Times when They
wenT ouT oT Their way To help us in our personal problems. They Told
us OT Their experiences so ThaT we mighT proTiT by Their rnisTal4es.
We have Touncl our TaculTy always ready and willing To help us in
our social liTe. Too. ln our senior year This group helped us in many
ways To plan and To make a success oT all OT our parTies. We will
always remember These Times because oT The Tun we had.
We sincerely hope we have leTT upon our TaculTy a good impres-
sion oT our abiliTies. We know ThaT we will use all The advice and
help They have given us To become beTTer ciTizens in The world oT
Tomorrow, and we hope ThaT in The TuTure we will be a crediT To
Them and Their eTTorTs in our behalT.
We wanT, aT This Time. To Thank our TaculTy Tor everyThing They
have done Tor us and To say good-bye To The besT TaculTy H. l. S.
ever had. We are leaving The school, buT we will never TorgeT These
people and all They have done Tor us,
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Mr. John E. Wolfe, shor'I'hand and lyping ins+ruc+or here since
Sepiember, I946, died Wednesday nigh'l', February Il, l948, in ihe
Hershey Hospifal. He had been in ill healfh since mid-December, The
resull' of an operafion Ias+ summer for an in+es+inal obs+ruc+ion. He was
28 years of age.
A life-long residenl of Norlhumberland unfil 'Phe las+ few years.
he was gradualed 'From 'l'he high school fhere in I937. He aH'ended
Susquehanna Universi+y, where he played varsily baskeiball for 'three
years. ln I943 he received a bachelor of science degree in commercial
Shorfly +hereaf+er he enlered 'I'he Navy. He had Naval Reserve
Officers Training al Noire Dame Universify and was graduaied la+e in
I943 as an ensign in +l1e Gunfire Supporl' Group. He served in loolh
'ihe E. T. O. and ihe Asiafic-Pacific Thealer. He was discharged May
I8. I946, as a lieu+enan+, junior grade, and commanding officer of LSM
On February lb, I946, in San Francisco, he married Miss Pauline
M. Gilliland, of Charlolie, N. C., a former lieufenanl' in lhe Army
Nursing Corps. Their son Randall was born May 9, I947.
We, +he Class of I948, dedicaie +his page 'lo rhe memory of
Mr. Wolfe, a 'Fine young man who was liked by all who knew him.
Robert Douglas Dale Adams George Berryhill Donald Smllsh
President Treasurer Secretary Vice-President
We, fhe Class of I948, feel +ha+ in elecring our class
officers we chose from among our group 'four of +he mosl
dependable, efficienl, and well-rounded boys. We are in-
delo+ed 'ro +hem for fheir services +o fhe class and +0 'the
Among lhe many funclions fhal occurred during our
regime as seniors were senior class dances and business
meelings. These acliviiies were ably planned and well ex-
ecurecl by our officers. We 'rhink fhey used good iudgmeni'
in such decisions as choosing 'I'he class moHo and flower.
ln conclusion, we say +l1a+ lheir leadership confribuled
largely roward lhe success of our lasl' year al' H. l. S.
Foolball praclice began.
I947-i948 school +erm began.
Eleclion of Senior Class Oiilicers.
Glendale defeared Glenview, I9-7,
for H. l. S. baseball champion-
Senior picrures Taken.
Acropolis slalll appoinled.
Glee Club sang al Teachers' ln-
slirule in Hershey Thealre.
Glee Club sang in Hurnrnelslown.
H. l. S. Senior rings received.
Senior Halloween Dance.
Glee Club sang in Wesl Ham-
Sparlan Orchesira and Crlee Club
gave exchange program ar Her-
Thirly-eighlh anniversary ol The
Hershey lndusfrial School.
Alumni banquer and dance on
H. l. S. music organizarions heard
Harrisburg Symphony Orcheslra
ar Jrhe Forum.
Cocoa Bean Trophy presenled To
Mr. Hammond by looiball co-cap-
rains in viciory celebralion.
Varsily le-Hers awarded To fool-
Baslcerball praclice began.
Glee Club sang in Lancasrer.
H. l. S.-H. H. S. Toolball ban-
quer held in Communily Club
H. l. S. music organizarions heard
a Harrisburg area symphonic
band in lhe Forum.
Foorball ieam arrended Nobe
Frank Memorial Banquei in Har-
Glee Club sang in Hershey Evan-
gelical Uniled Breihren Church.
Sparran Orcheslra played for H.
H. S. Senior Dance.
H. l. S. deiealed H. H. S., 24-IO.
in radio quiz program.
Senior Chrislmas Dance.
Glee Club sang al Holrel Her-
Sludenl body saw "The Jolson
S+ory" in assembly.
Glee Club caroled in Hershey.
Acropolis group picrures Jraken.
Seniors look psychological Jresi.
Glee Club sang in Lebanon.
Glee Club sang al Lisner Audi-
Jrorium in Washinglon, D. C.
Senior S+. Palriclcs Day Dance.
Sparfan Orcheslra and Glee Club
gave exchange program ai New
Couniy Forensic and lvlusic Lea-
Annual Spring Band Concerl.
Glee Club sang in Hershey Trin-
ily Lulheran Church.
Sparran Orchesira played for
Hummelslown Junior Prom.
Glee Club sang in Reading.
Choir concerl al Hershey Spring
Creek Church of rhe Brerhren.
Glee Club sang al Newville Pres-
Annual Spring Glee Club Show.
Glee Club sang ar Memorial Day
Senior Class Banquel and Prom.
Class Day Exercises.
ln T936 a group oT TwenTy-Tive boys
began Their TirsT year aT The Hershey
lndusTrial School and laid The ToundaTion
Tor The Class oT l948. Through The years
many were added, and some have leTT.
OT The original number, only eleven have
been wiTh The class during iTs Twelve-year
hisTory. All These years hold Tond mem-
ories, buT iT wasn'T unTil our Treshrnan year
ThaT The Things oT greaTesT imporTance
began To happen To us.
Ah. did we Teel imporTanT on ThaT Third
day oT SepTember, I944I And why noT?
ATTer eighT, long, grueling years oT school
we had Tinally become Treshmen. BuT, alas,
our air oT superioriTy was soon deTeaTed
by The long grind oT LaTin and algebra.
Already some oT our class had sTarTed
To esTablish Themselves in sporTs, buT aT
This early daTe inTramural sporTs seemed
To dominaTe The scene. The Treshman year
Tinally passed wiTh plenTy oT headaches
Tor boTh sTudenTs and TaculTy.
When The sophomore year sTarTed, we
really had our hopes poinTed Toward The
senior year. IT was here ThaT we Took one
oT The mosT imporTanT sTeps in our lives.
We began The courses which would evenT-
ually lead To our liTe work. MosT oT us
were saTisTied wiTh our choices and began
sTudying wiTh greaT spiriT. During This year
our class esTablisTied a Tirm TooThold in
sporTs and oTher exTracurricular acTiviTies.
The experience gained aT This early dare
was To prove valuable laTer. As The year
advanced, so did our knowledge and scho-
lasTic sTanding advance: buT we had yeT To
learn whaT The TuTure held in sTore Tor us.
As The junior year sTarTed, we began To
realize more Tully our responsibiliTy To The
school. We had leaders in sporTs, sTudies,
and exTracurricular acTiviTies who had The
Tull supporT oT The class behind Them. IT
is True ThaT some oT us could have worked
a Ii++Ie harder aT The beginning oT The
year, buT by The end oT The Term mosT oT
us were doing our besT. The high-lighT oT
This year came wiTh The annual junior sTag
parTy, which in Turn was high-lighTed by
The annual gripe Tor a iunior prom.
On SepTember Third, I947, as we ga-
Thered in The audiTorium Tor The opening
oT school, we oTTicially began our lasT year
as homeboys. As The year progressed,
There were many reminders ThaT This was
our senior year. Senior picTures were Tak-
en, received, and prompTly given away by
some oT The more Teminine-minded mem-
bers oT The class, and our social TuncTions
became more TrequenT. DespiTe every
one's Tears, our TirsT dance was a greaT
success, buT iT was only a sTepping sTone
To The biggesT social evenT of The year-
The CommencemernT Prom. Today, as we
look back over our Twelve years OT school-
ing, we realize ThaT our lasT year was The
mosT diTTiculT. However, iT was worTh The
eTTorT, Tor iT was also The besT year.
We, The Class oT l948, being oT sound
mind lloelieve noT The juniors on This sub-
iecTl, do hereby publish our lasT will and
TesTamenT. Our group bequesTs Tollow:
To'The board of managers, adminisTra-
Tion, and TaculTy we leave our deepesT ap-
preciaTion Tor Their guidance.
To The underclassmen go our inTesTinal
TorTiTude, brillianT in+eIIec+, and general
wiT, wiTh The obvious qualiTicaTion ThaT
They divide equiTably This greaT sTore ac-
cording To need.
Individual bequesTs are as Tollows:
Heilman leaves his inTelligence and pos-
iTion as waTer boy To DieTz and Walsh
respecTively. Mayer hands his arTisTic Tal-
enTs To Dale PeiTTer. Bob Buck is The re-
cipienT oT The versaTiliTy and honor oT Bob
WhiTTield, ThaT huge, quivering mound
oT Tlesh and bone lmosTly Tleshl, leaves his
vocal abiliTy To Fred Madeira. lWhiTTy
would leave some Tlesh To be divided be-
Tween James EisenhuTh and Guy lv1cKinny,
buT he's aTraid EisenhuTh wouldn'T share
iT wiTh C5uy.l
Don SmiTh gives his aThleTic abiliTy To
Pud King, while his sporTsmanship is spread
over The enTire junior class. ThaT marvelous
Adams physique lsighll couldn'T be clo-
naTed Tairly To only one person, so we ap-
poinT him To compile a lisT oT worThy re-
cipienTs. Dale leaves his handsome proTile
To Elmer ZiTch.
To George Wallish goes Berryhill's de-
pendabiliTy. EclcenroTh besTows his sincer-
iTy upon Venables. and Spece wills his
ambiTion To Fred Hand. Spece also auThor-
izes Mr. Payne To selecT a iump-and-iiver
To succeed him in The SparTan OrchesTra.
Herb, Hargrove, and FarnworTh leave
Their crude business TacTics and abiliTies
To Dunlevy and Croce. Ask These Tellows
whaT happened when Lincoln was squeezed
so hard his nose bled.
Seiler gives his snappy wardrobe To
LundquisT and his courTeousness To Ray
Topper. LiTTle leaves his smile and good
naTure To Raslcin. i
Hanlcins wills his radar seT To Bill Woods,
provided he Takes iT To all gym classes.
Hanson bequeaThs his booming voice To
Bocian and RuTherTord. lPuT iT To good use,
boys: There is plenTy oT iT.l
Since no one needs Them more, we leave
our TooThless combs and polishing cloThs
To Messrs. ReiTz, Shuler, Markley, and The
resT of The TaculTy who may Tind Them use-
Tul in The coming years.
In closing, we leave To The iuniors our
crazy Tads, such as yo-yos. waTer pisTols,
and bubble gum. We also leave The under-
classmen our brolcen razor blades las ET we
ever used Theml and The Halloween deco-
raTions Trom our TirsT dance.
And now, on This sevenTh day oT June,
I948, we end This documenT as our lasT
oTTicial acT as sTuolenTs oT H. l. S.
The usual cusTom on Class Day is To
proiecT yourself inTo The TuTure and sneak
a look aT FaTher Time's "Book oT Ages."
There's no reason why we should be diTier-
enT, so, as The one TireTIy said To The oTher.
Upon opening The book we see many
Tamiliar names. Levi Herb and Abie Har-
grove are selling names cards, waIIeT in-
serTs, ,belT buckles, eTc., in SouTh Phila-
delphia. Carl HeTrick is sales manager and
general nuisance. The snapshappies, Dick
Gaughan and John HumberT, are pop-
ping shuTTers Tor Ensminger STudios. LeRoy
Mayer has Taken over Varga's and PeTTy's
iobs. Bill Tucker achieved his IiTe's desire
by becoming a missionary in ATrica. Larry
CrampTon wenT along as guide and inTer-
Ah, I see we have some disTinguished
scholars aTTer all, Lloyd DieTrich is a pro-
Tessor aT P. U.-Phogbound UniversiTy.
Mark Blizzard is a Tamous criminal lawyer.
He hasn'T won a case yeT. Larry Conrad
and Bob HarTsTein have become.poeTs.
and Their laTesT poem is someThing abouT
"OI' Nell in The Graveyard." Bob Douglas.
noTed auThor, has iusT published his laTesT
novel, Two RabbiTs LosT in The Woods.
They Tell me ThaT iT's a hair-raising sTory.
We also developed some musical TaIenT.
Doran WhiTTieId is a soprano soIoisT Tor
The WesTinghouse Chorus, which is led
lno kiddingI by Tom Yoder. Hank Spece,
lThe boy wiTh The beaT ThaT's all reeTI is
pounding The drums Tor Woody Wagner's
Wood Choppers. Johnny Ivlurray's Polish
PoIkaTeers are doing all righT around The
mining regions. Ah yes, musicians have a
nice rackeT. In TacT, They make Their own.
On The sporTs pages we see ThaT ShorTy
Nicholson and Yog Boyer have become
bone-crushing, proTessionaI "wrassIers" liT
says herel. Harry Hepler and Joe Fry are
calling signals Tor The Wiconisco Wizards.
Jack Hickey is a Tackle aT Trevor Tech.
DynamiTe Jim Creghan is a guard on The
FighTing Irish eleven. Doc Hanson has Tak-
en over The public-speaking duTies aT The
Yankee STadium IwiThouT The loudspeaker,
ThaT isl. WalT Heilman, is incidenTally,
sTiII waTer boy Tor The SparTans.
Browsing around Through The book, we
Tind ThaT George Berryhill and Glenn
Baugher have seTTIed down and are hap-
pily raising Their respecTive Tribes. STU
Bish has Taken over Jigg's place aT The
zoo. Jock Diamond has sTolen The TiTle,
The Nose, Trom Bernie Reed. Oakman,
Hake, and Sauder are building chicken
houses' Tor hen-pecked husbands EaTon.
STonebraker. and Harman.
My space is Tilled, so I'Il close The book.
The resT oT The Tellows musT waiT To see
whaT The TuTure holds Tor Them. IT is my
sincere hope ThaT They will be as happy
and successTuI as Those whose careers I
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DALE C. ADAMS
Aufo-Mechanic Upper Darby, Pa.
Band 2, Baseball 3-4, Baslcefball 2-3-4, Farm-Home Baseballl-
2-3-4. Foolball I-2-3-4 lCo-Captl, Glee Club 4, l-lorneroom
Officer I-2-4 lTreas.l, lnfrarnural Sollball 2-3, lniramural
Wreslling 2-3-4, Monilor 3-4, Senior Class Officer lTreas.l
GLENN L. BAUGHER
Elecfrical Manclaesler, Md.
Boy Scours l, Farm-Home Baseball l-2-3-4, Farm-l-lome
Olzlicer 2-3-4 lRep.l, Foolball 2-3-4, l-lomeroom Officer
lTreas.l, lnlramural Baslcelball 3-4, lnlrarnural Boxing 3, ln-
'rramural Wreslling 3, Monilor 4, Radio Club l
GEORGE D. BERRYHILL
Prini-ing Lewisiown, Pa.
Baslcelball 2, Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-l-lome Officer
I-2-3-4, Foolball 2-3-4, lnlrarnural Baslcelball I-3-4, lnlramural
Boxing I-2, lnlramural Sollball 3-4, lnlramural Wreslling
I-2-3, Moni+or 3-4, Senior Class Ollicer lSec.l, Siuclenl' Sen-
ale 3-4 lVice-Pres.l, Wreslling 4
STUART A. BISH
Carpeniry Columbia. Pa.
Cheerleader 4, Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4, l-lomeroom Oilfi-
cer l, lnlramural Baskefball I-2-3-4, lnlramural Boxing I, lnfrra-
mural Solfball I-2-3-4, Wreslling 4
MARK E. BLIZZARD
Academic Bal+imore, Md.
Boy Scouls I-2-3-4, Clwoir 4, Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4,
Glee Club 4, l-lomeroom Officer 2 lSec.l, lndus+rialis+ Shall
3-4, lniramural Baslcelball 4, lniramural Solilrball 3-4. Infra-
mural Wreslling 3-4, Plwolography Club 3-4 lV.-Pres.l, Ouarleif
4, School Guide 2-3-4, Sparlan Orcl'1es'rra 4 lMgr.l, Sludenl'
EDWARD C. BOYCE
Aulo-Mechanic Clearfield. Pa.
Farm-l-lome Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-l-lome Officer 2-3-4, lV.-
Pres.l, l-lomeroom Officer 3-4, lnlrarnural Baslcelball 3-4, ln-
'lramural Boxing I-4, lniramural Soliball 3-4, lnlramural
Wreslling I-3-4, Monilor 3-4, Sludenl Senale 4
HAROLD A. BOYER
Plumbing Chambersburg, Pa.
Band I-2-3-4, Farm-l-lome Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-Home Offi-
cer l-2-3-4 lTreas.l, lnlramural Baslcelball 4, lnlramural Boxing
4, lnlramural Sollball 3-4, lvloniror 3-4
ROBERT F. CARLTON
Commercial Philadelphia, Pa.
Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-l-lorne Officer 2-3-4,
lTreas.l, lnlramural Baslcelball l-2-3-4, lnlramural Soflball
I-2-3-4, lnrramural Wreslling I-2, Sludenl Senale 4
LAWRENCE W. CONRAD
Sheel'-Me+al Reading. pa-
Earm-Home Baseball 2-3-4, Farm-Home Officer 4 ll-'res.l
Foolball 2-3-4, lnlramural Baskelball I-2-3-4, lnlramural Boxinci
I-2-3-4, lnlramural Solrball I-2-3-4, lnlramural Wresrling 3-4
Wreslling 4 '
J. LAWRENCE CRAMPTON
Aca emic B h d
Airplane Club I. Air Scouls 2-3-4, Bible SchoecjlcTZgghi PZ.
Choir 4, Church Service Assislanl 4, E -H er '
I-2-3-4, Farm-Home Officer 3-4 lPres.l,agleeOrCTub aieiiii'
l-lomeroom Officer 3-4 lSec.l, lnclus'l'rialis+ Slalil 3-4, lnrraniural
Baslcelball 4, lnlrarnural Sollball 4, lnrramural Wreslling I-3
Pholography Club 2-3-4 - '
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CHARLES S. CRAWFORD
Carpenlry Kingsfon, Pa
Acropolis Sfaff 4, Boy Scoufs I, Choir I, Farm-Home Base:
ball I-2-3-4, Farm-Home Officer 3-4, Farm-I-Iome Reporfer 3
Foofball 2-3-4, I-Iomeroom Officer I-2-3-4, Inframural Baslcef-
ball 2-4, Inframural Boxing I-2-3-4, Inframural Soffball 2-3-4,
Inframural Wresfling I-2-3, Wresfling 4
JAMES J. CREGHAN
Prinfing Fairview, N. J.
Band I-2, Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-Home Officer
4 IV.-Pres.I, Foofball 2-3-4, Inframural Baslcefball 4, Infra-
mural Boxing 4, Inframural Soffball 3-4, Inframural Wresfling
2-3-4, Monifor 3-4
RALPH W. DAVIS
SI1eef-Mefal Harrisburg, Pa.
Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-Home Officer 4 IV.-Pres.I.
Inframural Baskefball 3-4, Inframural Boxing 2, Inframural
Soffball 2-3-4, Monifor 3-4
RANDOLPH L. DAWSON
Plumbing Lebanon, Pa.
Band 3, Choir I-2-3, Farm-I-Iome Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-Home
Officer 4 IV.-Pres.I, Glee Club I-2-3-4, Inframural Baslcefball
4, Inframural Boxing 4, Inframural Soffball 4, Inframural
Carpenfry Chesfer, Pa.
Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-Home Officer 4 ISec. 84
Treas.I, I-Iomeroom Officer I-2 ISec.I, Inframural Boxing 3-4,
Inframural Soffball 3-4, Inframural Wresfling 3-4
LLOYD E. DIETRICH
Academic Fleefwoocl, Pa.
Acropolis Sfaff 4. Baskefball 3-4, Bible School Teacher 4, Boy
Scoufs 2-3-4, Choir 3-4, Church Service Assisfanf 4, Farm-
Home Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-Home Officer I-2-3-4 lV.-Pres.l.
Foofball 2-3-4, Glee Club 3-4, Homeroom Officer I-2-3-4
QV.-Pres.?, lnclusfrialisf Sfraff 3-4, lnframural Baslcefball I-2, ln-
framura Soffball I-2-3-4, lnframural Wresfling 2
RICHARD E. DODSON
Prini-ing Benfon, Pa.
Boy Scoufs I, Farm-Home Baseball l-2-3-4, Farm-Home
Officer lV.-Pres.l 4, Inframural Baslcefball 4. lnframural Box-
ing I-2-3-4, lnframural Wresfling 3, Monifor 3-4, Wresfling 4
ROBERT E. DOUGLAS
Academic Philadelphia, Pa.
Acropolis Sfaff 4, Baslcefball 2-3-4, Bible School Teacher 3-4,
Boy Scoufs I-2-3-4, Choir 3-4, Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4,
Farm-Home Officer lPres.l I-2-3-4, Foofball 2-3-4, Glee Club
3-4, Homeroom Officer lPres.l I-2-3-4. lnclusfrialisi' Sfaff l-2-3-
4, lnframural Baslcefball I, Inframural Soffball l-2-3-4, Senior
Class Officer lPres.l 4, School Guide 2-3-4, Sfudenf Senafe 2
CHARLES H. EATON
Aufo-Mechanic Wesi Brownsville, Pa.
Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-Home Officer I-3, Infra-
mural Basleefball 3-4, lnframural Soffball 3-4, lnframural
Wresfling 2-3, Monifor 3-4
GEORGE H. ECKENROTH
Machinisl' Robesonia, Pa.
Baseball 3-4. Baslcefball 3, Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-
Home Officer 4 lV.-Pres.l, Foofball 2-3-4, lnframural Baslqef-
ball 2-3-4, lnframural Soffball 2-3-4, lnframural Wresfling 2-3
NORMAN J. ECKLEY
Co-op. Seaside Park, N. J.
Acropolis Slaii 4, Band I, Choir I, Farm-Home Baseball I-2-
3-4, Farm-Home Officer I-2-3-4, lnlramural Soflball 3,
GEORGE W. EVANS
Plumbing Duncansville, Pa.
Bancl I-3-4, Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-Home Officer
lV.-Pres.l 3-4, Homeroom Officer 3, lnlramural Baskerball I-2-
4, lnlramural Boxing I-3-4, lnrrarnural Sollball 2-3-4, Infra-
mural Wreslling I-2-4, Monilor 3-4
LISTER M. FARNWORTH
Commercial Upper Darby, Pa.
Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-Home Orficer 4, Home-
room Officer 2-3-4, lnclusfrialisi' Slaff 2-3-4, lnlramural Boxing
I-4, lniramural Wresiling I-4, Monilor 4
JAMES J. FINNEGAN
Academic Philadelphia, Pa.
Acropolis Slaff 4, Boy Scouls I-2-3, Choir I, Farm-Home Base-
ball I-2-3-4, Farm-Home Oriicer 3, lnclus+rialis+ Slari 3-4, ln-
lramural Baskelball 4, lnlramural Boxing 3, lnrramural Soffball
3-4, lnrramural Wreslling 3, Plworograplwy Club 3. Slring En-
semble I-2, Symphony Orcheslra I
JOSEPH V. FRY
Elecfrical Alfoona, Pa.
Baseball 3-4, Baslcelball 3-4 lCo-Captl, Farm-Home Baseball
I-2-3-4, Farm-Home Officer I-2-lPres.l 3-4, Foorball 2-3-4.
l-lomeroom Officer I-lPres.l 2-3, Inlramural Baslcelball I-2, ln-
'rramural Soflball 2-3, lnlramural Wresllinq I-2-3, Monilor 4
RICHARD F. G-AUGHAN
Acropolis Slall 4, Boy Scouls I-2-3-4, Farm-Home Baseball I-
2-3-4, IncIus'IriaIis'I' Sfafl 3-4, Inlramural Baskelball 4, Inframural
Boxing I-2, InI'ramuraI Solfball 3-4, Inlrarnural Wreslling I,
Plwolograplwy Club I-2-3-4, Sludenl Senale 2-3-4
RICHARD M. GETTLE
ll-Joel: -I .-4
Elecfrical Lebanon, Pa. :I'ffI 'i I
Dance Club 4, Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-Home Of- gv H ,
Iicer I-2-3 IPres.I, Inframural Soffball 3, Inlramural Wreslling
2-3, Monilor 4
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CARON T. HAKE i s
"Buns" 3 'W
Carpenfry Red Lion, Pa. I
Acropolis SI'aI'I 4. Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-Home "":'
Ollficer I-2-3-4, In'rramuraI BasIceI'baII 4, Inlramural Boxing I-3- l
4, Inlramural Soffball 3-4, Inframural Wresfling I-3-4, Sludenl
JAMES J. HAND Vuqlzl
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Shee+-Me+aI New sloomnela, Pa. ,,,, ' f
Boy Scouls I, Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-Home OI- I ""
Iicer IV.-Pres.I 3-4, Homeroom Officer 3-4, Inframural Baslcel- . :.:
ball 2-3-4, Inlramural Boxing 3, Inframural Soflball 2-3-4, Mon- ' ,,,, ,,,,,,, ,
HO' 4 "
WILLIAM M. T. HANKINS
I "Hank" '
EI6C'I'I'IC6I Smyrna' Del'
Dance Club 4, Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-Home Of-
ficer ITreas.I 3-4, Inlramural BasI4e+baII 3-4, InI'ramuraI Boxing
4, Inframural Soflball 3-4, Inlramural Wreslling 3-4
Academic Jackson Heighis, N. Y. 1
WALTER D. HANSON
Prin'l'ing Hampsfead, Md.
Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4. Farm-l-lome Officer lV.-Pres.l
I-2-3-4, Foofball 2-3-4, Homeroom Officer lV.-Pres.l I-2, ln-
dusirialisf Sfaff 4, lnframural Soffball 3-4, lnframural Wresf-
ling 2-3-4, lvlonifor 4, Sfudenf Senafe 3-4, Wresfling 4
ARTHUR W. HARGROVE
Carpenfry Miami, Fla.
Cheerleader 4, Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-Home Of-
ficer I-2-3-4. Foofball I-2-3-4, l-lomeroom Officer I-2-3-4, ln-
framural Boxing I-2-3-4, lnframural Baslcefball I-2-3-4, Infra-
mural Soflball I-2-3-4, lnframural Wresfling I-2-3-4
J. LA RUE HARMAN
Au'I'o-Mechanic Williamsporf, Pa.
Farm-Home Baseball 2-3-4, Farm-Home Officer 3-4, lnframural
Wresfling 3-4, lvlonifor 4
PAUL C. HARNISH
Sheel-Melal Myersfown, Pa.
Dance Club 4, Band I-2-3-4, Choir I-2, Farm-Home Baseball
I-2-3-4, Farm-Home Officer 2-3, Glee Club 2, lnframural
Baslcefball 4, lnframural Soffball 3-4, lnframural Wresfling 2-3-
4. Monifor 4, Pluofograplmy Club I-2, Sfudenf Senafe 3
ROBERT E. HARTSTEIN
Sheef-Me+al Lancasfer, Pa.
Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-Home Officer 2-3 lV.-Pres.l,
Foofball 4, l-lomeroom Officer 2-3-4, lnframural Baslcefball I-2-
3-4, lnframural Boxing 3-4, lnframural Soffball I-2-3-4, Infra-
mural Wresfling 2-3-4, Monifor 4
JAMES A. HARTWELL, JR.
Machinisf New Kensingfon, Pa.
Acropolis Sfaff 4. Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4. Farm-Home
Officer ITreas.l I-2-3-4. Glee Club 2, I-lomeroom Officer ISec.I
2-4, lnframural Baslcefball 4, Inframural Boxing I, Inframural
Soffball 3-4. Inframural Wresfling I-2-3, Monifor 4
WALTER L. HEILMAN
Academic Kingsfon, Pa.
Acropolis Sfaff 4. Baseball IMgr.I 3-4, Baskefball IMgr.I 2-3-4.
Bible School Teacher 4. Boy Scoufs I-2-3-4, Cfmoir 3-4. Farm-
Horne Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-Home Officer I-2-3, Foofball
IMgr.I 3-4. Glee Club 2-3-4. lnclusirialisi Sfaff 3-4, Inframural
Baslcefball 3-4, lnframural Soffball 4, Plwofograplwy Club 3-4,
Ouarfef 4, School Guide 2-3-4, Sfuclenf Senafe I-2-3
HARRY E. HEPLER
Elecfrical New Kensingfonf Pa.
Baseball 3-4, Baslcefball 3-4, Boy Scoufs I-2-3-4, Farm-Home
Baseball I-2-3-4. Farm-Home Officer I-2-IPres.I 3-4, Foofball
I-2-3-4 ICQ-Capfl, Homeroom Officer I-2 IPres.I-3, infra-
mural Baslcefball I-2, Inframural Soffball 3-4, Infrarnural
Wresfling I-2-3. Monifor 4, Sfudenf Senafe 3-4 ISec.I
JAMES H. HERB
Carpenfry Orwigsburg, Pa.
Dance Club 4. Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-Home Of-
ficer lPres.I 4, Foofball 2-3-4, Inframural Baslcefball I-2-3-4. In-
'rramural Soffball I-2-3-4, Infrarnural Wresfling 3-4
CARL E. HETRICK
Carpenfry Granfvllle, Pa
Farm Home Baseball I 2 34 Farm Home Officer 4 Rep
Foofball 234 Inframural Baslcefball I4 Inframural Boxing I
Inframural Soffball 3 4 lnframural Wresfllng I 2 3 4 Sfudenf
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JACK L. HICKEY
Commercial Bressler, Pa.
Baslcefball 3, Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-Home Officer
2-3 llleporferl, Foofball I-2-3-4, Homerodm Officer I-2-3-4
lV.-Pres.l, lnframural Baslcefball I-2-3-4, lnframural Boxing I,
lnframural Soffball I-2-3-4, lnframural Wresfling 4
JOHN S. HUMBERT
Baking Lamberiville, N. J.
Band 2-3-4, Farm-Home Officer I-2-3-4 lV.-Pres.l, Homeroom
Officer 2-3 lSec.l, lndusirialisi' Sfaff 3, Plwofograplwy Club I-2-
RICHARD E. HYDE
Macllinisf Bedford, Pa.
Boy Scoufs I, Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4, lnframural Baslcef-
ball I-3-4, lnframural Boxing I-2, lnframural Soffball 2-3-4,
Inframural Wresiling I-2-3-4, Monifor 3-4
ALTON L. KAUFFMAN
Elecfrical New Bloomfield, Pa.
Baseball 3-4. Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-Home Officer
2-3-4 lV.-Pres.l, Homeroom Officer I-2-4 lSec.l, Inframural
Baskefball I-3-4, lnframural Soffball I-3-4, lnframural Wresf-
ling 3-4, Monifor 4
RONALD H. KILPATRICK
Plumbing Reading, Pa.
Boy Scoufs I-2-3-4, Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4, Homeroom
Officer 4, lnframural Baslcefball 4, lnframural Boxing 4, ln-
framural Sofiball 3-4, lnframural Wresfling l-2-3-4, Monifor 4
PAUL N. LINDENBERGER
Aufo-Mechanic Columbia, Pa.
Boy Scoufs l-2, Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-l-lome
Officer 4, l-lomeroom Officer 2-3, Inframural Baskefball 3-4,
lnframural Soffball 3-4, lnframural Wresfling 2-3, Monifor 3-4
WAYNE L. LITTLE
Machinisi' Philipsburg, Pa.
Baseball 3-4, Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-l-lome Officer
3, Foofball 2-3-4, l-lomeroom Officer 4 lPres.l, lnframural Box-
ing I-3, lnframural Soffball 2-3, lnframural Wresfling I-2-3,
Monifor 3-4, Wresfling 4
Academic Wafsonfown, Pa.
Acropolis Sfaff 4, Boy Scoufs I-2-3-4, Choir 4, Farm-Home
Baseball I-2-3-4. Farm-l-lome Officer I-2-3-4, Foofball 2-3-4,
l-lomeroom Officer I-2-3-4, lnclusfrialisi Sfaff 3-4, Inframural
Baslcefball I-2-3-4, lnframural Boxing I-2, lnframural Soffball
I-2-3-4, lnframural Wresfling I-2, Pfiofograpliy Club 3-4,
School Guide 2-3-4
JOHN A. MANWILLER
Prinfing , Laureldale, Pa.
Cheerleader 3-4, Choir I, Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-
l-lome Officer 3-4, l-lomeroom Officer 3, lnframural Baslcefball
4, lnframural Boxing I, lnframural Soflball 3-4, Monifor 3-4,
Sfudenf Senafe 3-4
M. LEROY MAYER
Commercial Pi++sburgh, Pa.
Acropolis Sfaff 4, Banol I-2-3-4, Choir I. Farm-Home Officer
I-2. Homeroom Officer l, Inframural Soffball l, School Guide
CARROL S. MILLARD
Elecirical Birdsboro, Pa.
Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-I-Iome Officer I-2-3-4,
I-Iomeroom Officer 2, Inframural Baslcelball 3-4, Inframural
Boxing I, Iniramural Soflball I-2-3-4, Inlramural Wresfling I-2,
Monilor 4, Radio Club I
DANIEL D. MILLER
Prinfing Upper Darby, Pa.
Acropolis Sfaff 4 IEdi+or-in-Clwiefl, Band I-2-3-4, Boy Scouls I,
Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-Home Officer 2, Inframur-
al Baslfefball 3-4, Inlramural Sollball 4, Inframural Wresiling I-
2-3-4, Monifor 3-4, Slucleni Senafe 3
WILLIAM B. MOORE
Eleclrical Coaiesville, Pa.
Cheerleader 4, Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4. Farm-I-Iome OI-
Iicer I-2-3-4, I-Iomeroom Officer I-2, Iniramural Baslcelball 3-
4, Iniramural Wreslling I-2-3-4. Monifor 4, Radio Club I,
Slrucleni Senale I-2 '
Commercial Philadelphia, Pa.
Band I-2-3-4, Boy Scoufs 2-3-4, Choir I-2-4, Farm-Home Base-
ball l-2-3-4, Farm-I-Iome Officer I-2-3-4, Glee Club I-2-4,
I-Iomeroom Officer I, Inlramural Baslcefball I-2-3-4, Infra-
mural Boxing I-2, Inlrarnural Soffball I-2-3-4, Inframural
JOHN H. -MURRAY
Commercial PIYm0UI'I'1. P6-
Acropolis Slaff 4, Choir I-2-3-4, Farm-I-Iome Baseball I-2-3-4,
Farm-I-Iome Officerl-2-3-4, Foolball 2-3-4, Glee Club I-2-3-4
ISec.I, I-Iorneroorn Officer IPres.I 2-3-4. InI'ramuraI Baslcelball
I-2-3-4, Inlramural Boxing 2-3-4, Inframural Soffball I-2-3-4,
Inframural Wreslling 2-3, Oc'reI' 4, Ouarlel 4
ROBERT A. NICHOLSON
Prinfing Reedsville, Pa.
Boy Scoufs I-2, Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4. Farm-Home Of-
ficer '3-4, lnframural Soffball 4, lnframural Wresfling 3. Mon-
ifor 3-4. Sfuolenf Senafe 4 V
FLOYD E. OAKMAN
Carpenfry Jerome, Pa.
Baskefball I. Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4. Farm-Home Officer
2 lSec.l. lnframural Boxing I, lnframural Soffball I-2-3-4, Infra-
mural Wresfling I-2-3-4
DAVID B. PAULY
Plumbing Lewisfown, Pa.
Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-Home Officer I-2-3-4,
Homeroom Officer I. lnframural Baslcefball I-4, lnframural
Boxing I. lnframural Soffball 2-3-4, lnframural Wresfling l-2-3-
4, lvlonifor 4
FRANK E. PERRY
Machinisf Benfon, Pa.
Farm - Home Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm - Home Officer I-2-4.
Homeroom Officer 3. Inframural Baslcefball 4, Inframural Soff-
ball 4, Inframural Wresfling I, Ivlonifor 3-4
JAMES F. PETERSON
Baking Birdsboro, Pa.
Bancl 4. Farm-Home Baseball l-2-3-4. Farm-Home Officer
lSec.l I-2-3-4, lnframural Soffball 3-4. lvlonifor 4
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DAVID R. PRICE
Baking Hamburg, Pa.
Farm-Home Baseball 3-4, Farm-I-Iome Officer 2-3-4, Home-
room Officer 2, Inframural Soffball 3-4
BERNARD O. REED
Sheef-Mefal Shippensburg. Pa.
Farm-I-Iome Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-Home Officer I-2-3 lPres.I-
4, Foofball 2-3-4, I-Iomeroom Officer 2-3, Inframural Baskefball
I-2-3-4, Inframural Boxing I-2-3-4, Inframural Soffball I-2-3-4,
Inframural Wresfling 2-3-4, Ivionifor 4
DAVID W. REED
Commercial , Kingsfon, Pa.
Farm-I-Iome Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-I-Iome Officer 4 lTreas.I,
I-Iomeroom Officer 2 lSec.l, Inclusfrialisf Sfaff 2-3-4, Infra-
mural Soffball 3-4, Plwofograpliy Club 4, School Guide 3-4
PAUL I'I. RICKMERS
Prinfing Bloomsburg, Pa.
Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-I-Iome Officer I-2-3-4,
Foofball 3. I'Iomeroom Officer I-2, Inframural Baslcefball 3-4,
Inframural Boxing I, Inframural Soffball 3-4, Monifor 3-4,
Sfuclenf Senafe 3-4
GERALD L. RYMAN
Aufo-Mechanic Hershey, Pa.
Farm-I-Iome Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-I-Iome Officer 3, Home-
room Officer I-2, Inframural Baslcefball I-2-3-4, Inframural
Soffball 2-3-4, Ivlonifor 3-4
ROBERT K. SAUDER
Carpen+ry Upper Darby, Pa.
Dance Club 4, Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-Home Oili-
cer lSec.l I-2-lTreas.l 3-4, lniramural Baskelball I-3-4, Infra-
mural Soiiball 3-4
MARLIN CHARLES SCHWARTZ
Baking Hegins, Pa.
Baseball 3-4, Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4, lnlramural Baslcel-
ball 2-3, lniramural Sofiball 2-3-4, lnframural Wresiling I-2
FRANK W. SEILER
Machinisi' Hopwood, Pa.
Acropolis Slalil 4, Choir 3-4, Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4,
Farm-Home Officer I-2-3-4 lPres.l. Glee Club 2-3-4, Home-
room Officer I-2 lPres.l, lnlramural Baslceiball 4, lnlramural
Boxing I-2-3-4, lniramural Soflball 3-4, lniramural Wreslling
I-2-3, Monifor 3, Ociei 3, Spar+an Orclwesfra 4, Sfudenl
Senaie 3-4. Wresiling 4
EDWIN C. SHEPPS
Baking Lebanon, Pa.
Baseball 3-4, Baskelball 3-4, Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4,
Farm-Home Officer 3, lnlramural Baslcelball 2, lnframural Soff-
CORTLAND B. SMITH
Machinisi Glen Rock, Pa.
Dance Club 4, Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-Home Offi-
cer 3-4, Glee Club 2. lnlramural Wreslling 3, lvloniior 3,
S+uclen+ Senale 3
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DONALD J. SMITH
Prinling EncIico'H, N. Y.
Baseball 3-4, Baslcelball I-2-3-4, Boy Scouls I-2-3-4, Choir I,
Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-I-lome Ollicer 2-3-4, Fool-
ball I-2-3-4, l-lomeroom Olllicer 2-3-4, lnlramural Baslcelball
I-2-3, lnlramural Soflball I-2-3-4, lnlramural Wreslling 2-3,
Monilor 3-4, Senior Class Olilicer IV.-Pres.l, Sparlan Orclnes-
lra 4 lproperly Mgr.l, Sludenl Senale 3-4 lPres.l
Commercial Philadelphia, Pa.
Farm-I-lonne Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-Home Orlicer 2-3, Fool-
ball 2-3, Glee Club 3-4, llnlramural Sollball 2-3-4, Sluclenl
RICHARD H. SPECE
Carpeniry Lancasler, Pa.
Bancl 4, Boy Scouls 3-4, Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-
l-lome Officer I-2. Foolball 2, Dance Club 4, Glee Club 2,
lnlramural Boxing I, lnlramural Wreslling I-2, Sparlan Or-
FREDERICK L. STONEBRAKER
Aulo-Mechanic Buffalo, N. Y.
Boy Scouls I-2-3-4, Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-Home
Olllicer 3-4, Foolball 2, Homeroom Officer 2, lnlramural
Wresllinq 2-3, Monilor 4
DEAN W. TOMB
Au+o-Mechanic Armagh. P6-
Boy Scouls I, Dance Club 4, Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4,
Farm-Home Oflicer I-2-3-4 lPres.l, Foolball 2-3, I-lomeroom
Olllicer I-2-4, lnlramural Baslcelball I-2-3-4, lnlramural Sollball
I-2-3-4, lnlramural Wreslling I-2-3, Monilor 3-4, Wreslling 4
WILLIAM F. TUCKER
Aufo-Mechanic Avoca, Pa.
Farm-I-Iome Baseball I-2-3, Farm-Home Olzlicer 3-4, Home
room Officer 2, Inlrramural Wreslling I-2-3-4, Ivloniler 3
DONALD E. VANCE
MacI1inis'I , AI+oona, Pa
Dance Club 4, Farm-I-lome Baseball I-2-3-4, I-Iomeroom OI
ficer 2, Inlramural Baslcelball 4, Inlrramural Soliball 3-4, Moni
EARL W. WAGNER
Au'I'o-Mechanic Lebanon, Pa I
Choir 3-4, Dance Club 4, Farm-I-Iome Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm ,
Home Officer I-2-3, Glee Club 2-3-4, Inlrramural Wres+ling
I. Moni'ror 3, Ocjref 3, Sparlan Orclweslra 2-3-4, Wreslling 4 :': If
GILBERT B. WEAVER
Elecfrical Aldan, Pa.
Boy Scouls I-2-3-4, Dance Club 4, Farm-I-Iome Baseball 2-3-4,
lnframural Baskelrball 4, Inlramural Soflball 3-4, In+ramural
Wreslling 2-3-4, Monilor 4, Radio Club I
DORAN E. WHITFIELD
AgricuI+uraI Al'I'oona, Pa.
Choir I-2-3-4, Farm-Home Oiclicer 3-4 IPres.l, Cvlee Club I-3-4,
I-Iomeroom Officer 2-3, Monilor 4, Oclel 3, Sluclenl Senajre
Pl'-'mbmg Johnsfown, Pa.
Qance Club 4, Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-Home Of-
ficer 4 lRep.l, l-lorneroom Officer I-2, lniramural Boxing I,
lniramural Sofiball 2-3-4, lnframural Wresfling I-2-4, lvlonilor
4, Sludenr Senale 4
-P RAYMOND H. YOUNG
, I I R a YI I
if "'1 f fE"Q Macl1iniS+ Lebanon, Pa
A Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-Home Officer 2, Inira
mural Soflrball 3-4, lnlrarnural Wreslling 3, Moniior 3
Q 1 W
Words and Music by Doran Whiffield
As we, +he Class of '48, +ake leave of scenes so dear,
We wish +0 rhanlc our many 'Friends 'for help They gave us here.
Wi'I'h all 'l'he s'I'reng'l'h +ha1' we possess we'll keep our goal in sighi'
. .And pac
e ahead, roward vicfory led, by Honor s guiding llghf.
We know The way is hard and long, buf we are well prepared:
. . d
F s+ren fh of hand and well rramed minds our benefacior care .
He gave us all +he chance we need fo lead a wholesome life
Wifh happiness +ha'l' spells success and makes worfhwhile ihe sirife.
These happy years, well spen'I' and gay, we ofren will recall-
d h' shared 1'he ones who cared if we should ever fall.
The frien s ips ,
To you we say a fond "Good-bye" and pray 'rhe Lord may bless
Our every move, our kind adieus, and love 'For H. I. S.
Yellow Rose Blue and Silver
We have reached 'Phe bay: +he ocean lies before us.
Seniolzfi af 200216
.,J.,,.- , I
A sound mind in a'sound body I
The Hoar-KleinTelTer squad made a Tine showing againsT The ToughesT
schedule ever Taced by H. Al. S. gridders.
The SparTans deTeaTed Lebanon, John Harris, CoaTesville, and STevens
Trade, only To suTTer a slump and deTeaTs by Carlisle and an ouT-played
EasTon Team. Then The SparTans crushed Carson Long and HagersTown.
NexT came The lasT deTeaT-aT The hands oT PaTTerson Park, lvlaryland's
besT. However, by leading aT halT-Time The SparTans gave The SouTh-
erners Their worsT scare in a 20-game winning sTreal4.
AT Homecoming, H. I. S. Took The Cocoa Bean Trom Hershey High on
a snow-covered Tielol by The mosT one-sided score in The 5-game series.
H. I. S. Opp.
SepT. I3 Lebanon 6 O
20 John Harris I3 7
26 CoaTesville 6 O
OCT. 4 STevens Trade 2I 6
I I EasTon I3 I4
I8 Carlisle O 20
25 Carson Long 58 O
Nov. I HagersTown 33 2
7 PaTTerson Park I2 26
I5 Hershey High 39 2
ToTals 2OI 77
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, Maxim 6 , ,. . . . I .. I
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The SparTan Twine-rippers losT Their TirsT Three games. Then coach AI
Gibble rearranged his sTarTing combinaTion and won Ten in a row, only
To lose To York, ConTerence champions, wiTh a badly weakened squad.
For The remainder oT The season Coach Gibble rarely had his Team aT
Tull sTrengTh. AT one Time only eighT men were available Tor acTion. Con-
sidering These diTliculTies, while playing The longesT and mosT rugged
schedule in H. I. S. hisTory, The I4 To 9 season record was very good.
Seniors on The squad were Dale Adams, Bob Douglas. Lloyd DieTrich, Joe
Fry, Harry Hepler, Don' SmiTh, and Edwin Shepps.
H. I. S. Opp.
"'ForTeiTed by P. I. A. A. eligibiliTy rulin
The T947 baseball Team, made up oT Ten seniors, Tour juniors, and a
sophomore. consTiTuTeol The TirsT H. I. S. baseball Team since The spring
of l942. Considering The long lay-oTT, The boys did quiTe well wiTh Their
record oT one vicTory in Three sTarTs. The SparTan's lone vicTory came on
May 20 when They halTed a nine-game John l-larris winning sTrealc by
beaTing The Pioneers, 3-2, aT Harris. The winning piTcher was lvlerl LuTz,
alThough The sTellar relief work of Earl Knepp was The TeaTure oT The game.
The Sparjrans had previously dropped Two games-To John l-larris. 5-2, on
May IO and a 3-O whiTewashing aT The hands of piTcher Bill EvereTT oT
William Penn on lvlay I5.
The SparTans produced Three .300 hiTTers-Eddie Shepps. .3755 Earl
Knepp, .333: and Eugene Bocian, .333. The season summary shows Tive
runs, I7 hiTs, and ll errors Tor The Sparlrans, againsT nine runs, II hiTs,
and Two errors Tor The opposiTion.
ParTicular commendajrion musl' be given To The Tine coaching of Coach
l-loar and To The excellenT mound worlc of piTcher Earl Knepp, who piTch-
ed I8 innings. allowing only seven runs and seven hiTs while Tanning 23.
The 1947 baseball SparTans consisTed oT seniors Bill I-lopkins, Bill l-lallis.
Me-rl LuTz, Merl Conrad, Eugene Bocian. Ray Fink, STeve EranTz, Earl
Knepp, and Bob PiclceTT. There were Tour iuniors-Eddie Shepps, Harry
l-lepler. Dale Adams, and Red EclcenroTh-and one sophomore, l-larry
Badedaff ancf 5:14714
ThaT experience is The besT Teacher was again proved by H. I. S.'s
TirsT wresTIing Team. We musT, however, commend Coach Kovach's pro-
Teges on Their Tine showing againsT greaT odds. The scores oT The maTches
in no way show The closeness oT The individual bouTs.
The Team won TourTeen bouTs by falls while losing only Ten in ThaT
manner. The besT individual record was made by Franlc Seiler wiTh Tour
wins, Tour losses, and a Tie. BuTzer and KeighTIy, wiTh Three wins each,
Tied Tor second-place scoring. In addiTion To Seiler The Tollowing seniors
saw acTion: George Berryhill, STU Bish, Charlie CrawTord, Larry Conrad,
Dickie Dodson, Doc Hanson, MerT LiTTIe, and Dean Tomb.
We believe This squad laid The ToundaTion Tor greaT TuTure rnaT Teams.
H. I. S. Opp.
Jan. 8 Hanover I8 23
I6 WesT Yorlc I7 29
2I Manheim I5 28
26 I.ancasTer 5 34
30 Hershey I I 26
Feb. 6 Hanover 20 2I
I2 LancasTer 8 28
I6 WesT York Icancelled because oT quaranTineI
26 Hershey IO 27
Mar. 2 Manheim 8 29
Torals I I2 245
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One day lasT spring a group oT hopeTuls passed. kicked, and ran in an
eTTorT To show enough skill To be picked Tor The J. V. squad.
In The fall The boys chosen were called ouT Tor pracTice. Under The
compeTenT supervision and insTrucTion of coaches Giblole and Aichele,
cuTs were made, Teams were picked, and pracTice begun.
Finally came The TirsT game-The TirsT oT Their careers Tor mosT oT The
boys. Showing good.spiriT and a will To win, They won Their TirsT game from
The William Penn J. V.'s. NexT They Toppled Hershey High. Then, aTTer
losing a hearT-breaker To John Harris, They wenT on To pile up a very im-
pressive record oT six wins To one loss.
We know ThaT we can counT on These boys To Till The vacancies leTT in
The varsiTy squad. and we wish Them luck in Their TorThcoming season.
H. I. S. Opp.
SepT. 26 William Penn 20 7
OCT. 6 Hershey High 33 O
I7 John Harris I3 I9
23 Susquehanna Township 27 O
3I New Cumberland I9 0
Nov. 7 Penbrook Junior High 20 O
I4 Lebanon I9 0
ToTals l5,I 26
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The l948 junior-varsily baskefball Team gave coach Frederick Miller a
good, I5-8 record. Boasling Tour players who scored over IOO poimks,
The junior Sparlans came Jrhrough a very Tough schedule in fine sfyle.
Bob Sladulis, wiih I36 poinls, was high scorer.
Three ofher players were in The Jrhree-digii' column-Red Pahkerson,
wi1'h I3Og Bill Fry, wiih II6: and Beans Harkulich, wi'rh II3. All Jrhree are
sophomores. Two ofher iuniors approached The IOO mark. They were
Arfhur PaH'erson, wirh 86 poinis, and Louis Bocian, wifh 73. The scrubs
slarred 'rheir season on December 9 and finished on March 4. They had
23 games. fhe longesi schedule ever played by an H. I. S. iayvee ream.
H. I .S. Opp. H. I .S. Opp.
Camp Hill 26 35 Hershey
Camp Hill York
John Harris Hershey
William Penn Sfevens Trade
Pine Grove William Penn
Palmyra Slevens Trade
We live in deedsjnoi' years 1
This year is lhe l5+h anniversary of The School lnclusfrialisl. In l938
a subscriprion mailing lisl' was begun. Since 'rhen 'rhai lisl has grown slead-
ily unril ir now numbers nearly IBOO, including aboui Il5 exchange sub-
scriplions. 'rhe purpose of which is ro creale good will belween H. l. S.
and ofher schools. Aboul ZOO more copies go ro sludeni and school
Since fhe end of World War Il, service news in parlicular and alumni
news in general diminished considerably. Consequenlly if was necessary
'ro increase The individual assignmenfs of Jrhe reporrers. This change gave
Them a greafer chance +o display 'rheir wriring abililry and 'ro bring Jrhe
publicalion up lo slandards which were long hoped for. The S+a'FF did a
very good job in providing a record of school news for The srudenls.
Mr. Mincemoyer did a fine iob as lacully chairman, especially when
news was scanly, 'lo make each issue of our school paper as inleresling
Orhers on 'rhe Sraff who deserve a word of praise ,are Messrs. Sluclcey
and Slahle, for Their supervision of The prinlingg Messrs. l-less, Lichien-
berger, and Sandel, who assisl in proofreading: Mr. Slaclcs, who made
'rhe linoleum-block curs from which several of fhe covers were prin+eclg
Miss King. for her ariicles which accompanied Jrhose covers: Mr. Shuler,
for his supervision of phoiography: and Mrs. Miller, for her e'FFicienl'
handling of subscriplions and assisfance wi'rh circulalion.
Each graduaTing class Tries To creaTe a yearbook To be proud oT'. We,
The Class oT 1948, Teel sure ThaT This aim has been accomplished in our
The Acropolis sTaTT is The group oT seniors chieTly responsible Tor The
success oT our yearbook. These boys, represenTing The enTire Senior Class
in whaT They wroTe, were selecTed by The class oTTicers aT The beginning
oT The school year. They were iudged by Their wriTing abiliTy and also
Their dependabiliTy. The l948 Acropolis sTaTT began work aT once on The
big Task oT preparing The yearbook. JusT a glance Through This book
should be suTTicienT evidence oT The Time work ThaT They accomplished.
This year's sTaTT included Daniel Miller. LeRoy Mayer, Richard Gaugh-
an, John Murray, Norman Eckley, Caron Hake, Frank Seiler, Lloyd DieT-
rich, RoberT Douglas, Merrill Lynn, WalTer l-leilman, James Finnegan,
Charles CrawTord, and James l-larTwell. These members oT The sTaTT were
ably supervised by Their EdiTor-in-ChieT, Daniel Miller, and also by Their
TaculTy advisers-Messrs. Markley, STacks, Mincemoyer, Shuler. STuckey,
and STahle. The prinTers also did an excellenT iob ThaT is usually merely
Taken Tor granTed by The readers. Every one menTioned deserves praise
Tor his parT in making This such a Tine yearbook.
We sincerely hope ThaT This Acropolis will in Time TulTill iTs paramounT
obiecTive-To bring back To us, as a class, The cherished memories oT our
pleasanT sTay aT H. l. S.
The Choir, under The able leadership oT Mr. J. Ross AlberT. has pre-
senTed us wiTh many Tine selecTions in our Sunday Services during The pasT
year. Their songs were sung in such a manner ThaT we lcnow The boys had
Their hearTs in Their work.
This organizaTion is composed oT boys Trom sixTh To TwelTTh grades.
The boys in six, seven, and eighT make up The soprano and alTo secTions.
Many oT These younger boys are also members oT The newly Tounded
Junior l-ligh Chorus. Tenor and bass secTions are Tilled wiTh boys Trom
'higher grades. These boys are also members oT The Glee Club.
As members oT The Choir, The younger boys receive Training ThaT is
necessary and useTul To Them in Their laTer years when They evenTually
move up inTo The Glee Club. The older boys learn To culTivaTe a spiriT oT
Trienclliness and cooperaTion ThaT helps Them in producing good music.
This cooperaTion also helps Them in Their school worlc and in Their lives
aTTer leaving The school.
Many oT The boys aTTer leaving The school join college and church choirs
and conTinue The music careers ThaT had Their beginnings in The choir aT
These boys, Through Their singing. helped To add To The Tine musical
record oT our school. We are sure ThaT They will conTinue To produce
superior work and mainTain The repuTaTion oT The musical organizaTionS
oT The Hershey lndusTrial School.
LasT year's graduaTing class leTT more vacancies Than usual in This
popular organizaTion. However. Mr. Yokum immediaTely reorganized The
Glee Club and began preparing Tor The coming year. During The summer
The boys worked hard aT Their singing, and The new Glee Club began To
Take shape. When school sTarTed lasT Tall, Mr. Yolcum leTT us To conTinue
his schooling aT Columbia UniversiTy. I-Te was succeeded by a new, buT
very capable direcTor, Mr. J. Ross AlberT, under whose direcTion The Glee
Club conTinued To improve rapidly.
ln addiTion To rendering splendid music Tor our own church services,
The Glee Club gave a series oT sacred concerTs in diTFerenT churches
ThroughouT CenTral Pennsylvania. They also sang Tor oTher TuncTions in
Hershey and parTicipaTed in exchange programs.
Once more The high-lighT oT The year was The concerT presenTed in
our naTion's capiTal in March. Again This Trip was sponsored by The Bus-
iness and ProTessional Women's Club oT WashingTon. D. C.. Inc., To raise
money To Turnish rooms Tor women inTerns aT The new George Washing-
Ton UniversiTy I-lospiTal.
The Glee Club's busy year was climaxed by The Annual Spring ConcerT,
which was well done in accordance wiTh H. I. S. TradiTion.
We, The Class oT l948, are graTeTul To The members who conTribuTed
so much Time and eTTorT To This year's glee club. To The glee clubs oT The
TuTure, we exTend our very besT wishes.
ATTer Tangling wiTh The ineviTable problem oT geTTing our band inTo
shape aTTer lasT year's seniors leTT, Mr. Young has produced anoTher
organizaTion Tor our beneTiT.
Our band aTTended and supporTed all The TooTball games oT H. I. S..
wheTher They were close by or Tar away. Their splendid examples of march-
ing TormaTions have insTilled in our hearTs a sincere pride in This organ-
izaTion. DispiTe The loss oT some imporTanT members each year, They have
always done Their besT To keep Team morale high.
Following The sTandards oT musical accomplishmenT seT by lvlr. Young,
our band raTes high among The school bands in This parT oT The sTaTe.
Each year, under The direcTion oT Their able leader. Mr. J. ATlee Young,
The band presenTs a spring concerT in The CommuniTy TheaTre. This con-
cerT includes a varieTy oT sTirring music, rendered in a compeTenT and
colorTul manner. The concerT is composed oT novelTy numbers, lively
marches, and symphonic composiTions.
This year, along wiTh our oTher musical organizaTions, The band Traveled
To Harrisburg To hear various concerTs.
When The presenT Senior members leave, There will be a large gap
leTT in The ranks oT The band. We Teel conTidenT, however, ThaT The
younger boys who are inTeresTed in music will malce capable replacemenTs
and, under The guidance oT Mr. Young, conTinue To presenT The qualiTy
oT music ThaT meeTs The high slandarols oT H. l. S.
N, was-an . ,z we , Q. ...- - - V
AlThough more Than halT oT lasT year's SparTan OrchesTra leTT our school
wiTh The Class oT I947, we were noT surprised To Tind The replacemenTs,
under The able direcTion oT Mr. Payne. once more doing a Tine iob. There
were Two seniors conTribuTing Their TalenTs To The orchesTra This year. They
were Wilbur Wagner-a capable veTeran aT The bass-and Hank Spece,
who did a swell iob wiTh The drummer-boy chores.
AT The beginning oT The school year a Tew engagernenTs had To be
canceled because oT inadequaTe pracTice, buT when The SparTans made
Their debuT aT The Senior Halloween Dance, There was no doubT ThaT They
had been on The iob. lvluch OT The crediT Tor The success oT all our senior
dances should go To This excepTionally acTive organizaTion oT our school.
The seniors Take This opporTuniTy To express Their appreciaTion To These
boys and Their leader Tor a iob well clone. The orchesTra played Tor
exchange programs wiTh oTher schools, aT numerous dances in Hershey,
and Tor some ouT-oT-Town engagemenTs.
lT should be remembered ThaT geTTing dressed up and playing aT nice
dances isn'T all There is To being in The SparTans. The boys spenT much
oT Their spare Time in The orchesTra room going over old songs and dig-
ging inTo new ones. Only because The boys were willing To work hard and
To sacriTice much oT Their Tree Time was iT possible Tor Them To develop
anoTher Tine H. I. S. dance band which gave us so many hours oT pleasure
ThroughouT The year.
The STudenT SenaTe is an elecTive organizaTion which represenTs The
sTudenT body in dealings wiTh The adminisTraTive sTaTT. This organizaTion
recommends To The adminisTraTion all sTudenT requesTs and suggesTions
ThaT are considered To be reasonable. The SenaTe also Tries To sTraighTen
ouT Tarm-home diTTiculTies and To creaTe good relaTions wiTh The surround-
ing schools and communiTies. AnoTher imporTanT duTy oT The SenaTe
is To selecT movie nighT each week Tor The sTudenTs.
The SenaTors are elecTed clirecTly To The SenaTe by each Tarm-home.
AT The beginning of The school year iT is usually The policy Tor each Tarm-
home To, elecT a new Tarm-home council. The Tarm-home also elecTs a
SenaTor who represenTs iT and presenTs iTs wishes aT each SenaTe meeTing.
The SenaTe meeTs every o+her Thursday, on The morning ThaT we have
our school music TesTival. ATTer each meeTing The SenaTors Tell Their
respecTive Tarm-homes The imporTanT problems discussed and Then gaTher
more maTerial Tor discussion in The nexT SenaTe meeTing.
The olTicers oT The SenaTe-Donald SmiTh, PresidenT: George Berryhill,
Vice-PresidenT: Harry Hepler, SecreTaryg and Frank Seiler, Treasurer-
have done a wonderful job This year, and we sincerely Thank Them Tor all
They have done Tor The sTudenT body. We also pause To give recogniTion
To Mr. Beni. F. Olena and Mr. John O. Hershey Tor The advice and guid-
ance They have given To The SenaTe ThroughouT The year. They did a Tine
job in advising The SenaTe on imporTanT maTTers.
Leorn fo labor aoncl fo wail'
This is The Junior Class. IT is They who are abouT To have a long-lived
dream realized-The day in June when They will replace The seniors in
school leadership. Their high-school days are numbered, and They will
soon have To venTure ouT on The highways ol: liTe as we are abouT To do.
They are well represenTed in every exTracurricular acTiviTy. They have
worked Themselves inTo key posiTions in The musical organizaTions oT The
school-namely, The Band. The SparTans, The Choir. and The Glee Club.
Two oT Their mosT TalenTed musicians are Dale PeiTTer and RoberT l-ligh,
who have been The pianisTs oT The Glee Club Tor The pasT Two years.
The TooTball squad will have much abiliTy leTT over Trom The l947 squad.
Ray Topper, one OT The mosT ouTsTandinq aThleTes in The hisTory oT The
school, should do much To mainTain The impressive records The school has
esTablished in The pasT.
lvlr. Gibble should noT have To worry abouT nexT year's cagers, Tor he
will have several presenT junior-class leTTermen and many capable junior-
Baseball and wresTling are comparaTively new sporTs aT H. I. S., buT
we Teel sure ThaT homeboy vigor and sTamina will make our school also
respecTed on boTh The diamond and The maT.
As we enumeraTe Their accomplishmenTs and poTenTialiTies, we say
They Torm a very versaTile group. We are proud To have Them, The Class
oT I949, as our successors.
We, The graduaiing class, look back wiih many pleasanl memories io
our Sophomore year. Thar was Jrhe year in which we became par+ of
Senior High and siarled definiie 'lraining for our fuiure careers. Thai
was rhe year in which we began 'ro 'rake par'r in 'rhe various school aclivi-
ries. We also siaried +o rhink a liH'le more seriously aboui our siuclies.
Those of us who chose vocaiional courses found new inferesls. We were
learning 'ro work wi'rh our hands, preparing ourselves for ihe fime when
we would leave school days behind and go our Jro face 'ihe problems of
aduli' life. Those school days are behind us, bui' 'rhey will no+ be for-
As we look a+ rhis year's Sophomore class, we are sure Jrhal' lhere is
plenry of real "homeboy spiri'r" and iniriaiive in Jrhe group. They are
well represenied in all 'rhe various aclivilies of 'rhe school, such as Glee
Club, Band, Orchesira, and Scouls, and already some of ihem have es-
'iablished a name for ihernselves on 'ihe afhleiic ieams of 1'he school.
During 'rhe nexi iwo years 'rhere will be, as usual, school leaders de-
veloping irorn This group. and ihere are pleniy of good, dependable
boys for +ha'r purpose. We know Thai all ihese boys are looking ahead
io 'lheir Junior and Senior years, and finally 'ro graduaiion.
In closing, we, ihe Class of I948, express our confidence in lhis group.
We wish +he Class of l95O much luck in 'rheir remaining years as home-
boys ai H. I. S. and as leaders in school life and aciiviiies.
Upon reaching ninTh grade The Freshmen knew ThaT They had reached
a crossroad of Their school years. The new obligaTions ThaT conTronTed
Them, principally more advanced sTudies, were meT squarely and whole-
hearTedly. They began To realize ThaT They were iusT sTarTing The upward
climb oT liTe's ladder. Their besT iudgemenT was required in choosing
among The academic, commercial, and vocaTional courses, noT only Tor
Their Sophomore year, buT also Tor whaT would probably be Their liTe
worlc. Following The usual cusTom, a maioriTy oT Them elecfed vocaTional
subiecTs Tor Their courses of sTudy.
'ln oTher phases oT high-school liTe They were as successful as in
scholasTic achievement Freshmen exTended Their inTeresTs in various
musical organizaTions-The SparTan OrchesTra, Band, Glee Club, and
Choir. They proved Their worTh in aThleTics by parTicipaTing in inTer-
scholasTic iay-vee TooTball, baslceTball, wresTling, and baseball. and in
inTramural sporTs They claimed a hand in school governmenT as members
of The STudenT SenaTe. To These acTiviTies They gave valuable assisTance
wiTh Tine spiriT and enThusiasm.
ln closing, we, The graduaTing class, Teel ThaT These young men have
made a commendable sTarT in conTinuing The Tine H. l. S. spiriT ThaT has
been esTablished by Those who wenT before Them. We are conTidenT of
Their abiliTy To succeed and To make advanTageous use OT The greal'
opporTuniTies in This school.
Ecliied, sei in iype, prinlecl and bouncl
by +l1e sfudenis of
THE HERSHEY INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL
Earle H. Markley
Clyde P. Sfacks . .
F. A. Mincemoyer , . .
Philip K. Slwuler ....
Allen F. Zook ....
Meri L. Sfuckey ..,.
R Earle L. S+al1le . . .
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. , . . Chairman
Layoul' and Ari'
. . . . . Ecliforial
, . . Phorography
. . Plnofograplwy
. . . . Prinfing
. . . Linofype
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