Milton Hershey School - Acropolis Yearbook (Hershey, PA)
- Class of 1949
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Text from Pages 1 - 72 of the 1949 volume:
49th Flnniverscxry Number
The furure of America lies in her youih. We
musl lace Jrhis challenge by preparing for whal
lies ahead. H. l. S. has ably Trained us in body,
schooled us in mind, and moiivaled us wilh high
ideals. We are iruly graleful for Mr. i-lershey's
generosiiy, and we owe him an undying debf.
Herein we picfure cherished memories of H. l. S.
In fulrure years we can pleasanily reminisce aboui
our early life by iurning 'rhese pages of our
MR. MILTON S HERSHEY
Forfy years ago, on November IS, I909,
Milfon S. Hershey, logeiher wiih his wife,
Caiharine S. Hershey, signed 'rhe Deed of
Trusr. We can noi express in words our
graiiiude To our Founder, bul we will
consianfly sfrive lo malce use of our
knowledge, gained ihrough him, 'io make
us beiier ciiizens for 'rhe world of
MR. F. A. MINCEMUYER
Service fo olhers is lhe marlc of an un-
sellish man. From among lhose wirh whom
we have been associalecl during our school
careers we have chosen such a man. l-le
has clevofed his life To our neecls.
We members of lhe Class of l949 lake
parlicular pleasure in dedicaling This year-
book lo our leacher, counselor, and
friend-Mr. Floyd A. lvlincemoyer.
As Time passes, man pauses
To look back on whaT he has
done. The diTTerence beTween
condiTions as They were and as
They are is The measure of his
The year of November IS,
I948, To November I5, T949-
our school's TorTieTh-is one
oT These periods oT review. We
who graduaTe during This year
wish To skeTch H. I. S.'s pro-
gress from iTs TirsT TalTering
sTeps To iTs presenT sTrides.
On November I5, I909, Mr. Hershey signed The Deed oT TrusT esTablishing The
Hershey IndusTriaI School, aIThough The TirsT boys were noT admiTTed unTil I9IO. In
The building now known as The I-lomesTead These boys were noT only given a home.
buT were also TaughT in The schools TirsT classroom, now The oTTice aT The Main.
As The number oT sTudenTs increased, a new classroom was provided in The building
nexT To The Main. In T926 The Fannie B. Hershey Memorial Building was opened Tor
The elemenTary grades. High-school boys wenT To The Hershey Public School.
In I93I a junior-high division was begun on The second Tloor oT The CommuniTy
Building, and in T934 The Tinal sTep was Taken when The Hershey IndusTriaI Junior-
Senior High School was builT.
Our school had now come oT age, buT wiTh maTuriTy comes sorrow. In I938 Mr.
George E. Copenhaver, SuperinTendenT since our school opened, died, and on Cc-
Tober I3, I945, Mr. lv1iITon 5. Hershey, our Founder, died aT The age oT eighTy-eighT,
aTTer leading a liTe ThaT was a monumenT in iTselT. In TorTy years The school has in-
creased in size and worTh, TulTiIling The TondesT dreams oT Two men who dedicaTed
Their lives To iT. As we, The
Class oT I949, look back on
This record oT success and ser-
vice, we hope our lives will
,.f iusTiTy The years spenT in Train-
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'I ing us To become useTuI ciTizens.
We hope, Too, ThaT This year-
book will epiTomize The Tine
work being done aT H. I. S.
We TurTher hope ThaT This l949
Acropolis will also suggesT To
Those noT Tamiliar wiTh our
school how well The dream of
The good man who Tounded iT
is being realized.
Mr. M. S. Hershey's Schoolhouse
P. A. STAPLES
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P. N. HERSHEY
Pres. Hershey National
VV. H. EARNEST
THEO. R. BANKS
gr. Soap 84 Extraction
Div. Hershey Estates
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D. P. WITMER
BOARD OF MANAGERS
Behind The scenes oT our everyfday
school IiTe is a group whose work has a
larger place in our lives Than mosT oT
These men, The Board oT Managers-
all successTul business men in various
Tields oT endeavor-have Taken much
Time ouT oT Their busy lives To help
solve The problems ThaT exisT in an or-
ganizaTion as complex as ours.
We, The Class oT l949, exTend a
hearTTelT "Thank you" To These men.
Through Their unTiring and oTTen un-
noTiced eTTorTs They have given us
superior educaTionaI opporTuniTies,
wholesome living coridiTions, and cher-
A, R, WHITEMAN
Sury. IQ Treats.
E. F, HERSHEY
Bonrtl ol' ltlmmgrws
C. F. ZIEGLER
Pres. Hershey Estates
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SAIVIUEL F. HINKLE J. B. SOLLENBERGER J- J- GALLAGHER
Plant Manager Vice-President Gtfll'-'Wil S3305 MSIIHRCI'
Hershey Choc. Corp.
Her. National Bank H9V'Fh0Y CAYOC- COPD.
D. P. WITMER
ICARLE H. MARKLEY
JOHN J. DANIEL
Supl. Jr. Division
J. O. HERSHEY
Admission 8: A'
W. ALLEN HAMMOND
These men meei weelc aiier week
lhroughoul lhe years lo plan and di-
reci fhe varied phases oi our school
On lhis slafi are men who do ihelr
loesi Io acl as our Iosier faihers. Their
main oblecllve is Ihe bellermeni of lhe
school. They 'fry lo be as fair as possible
in lheir dealings wilh us-individually
or as a group.
Upon leaving ihis school which has
clone so much for us. we wish Io express
our sincere gralifude Io Ihese men for
lheir usually unsung worlc. The weighl'
of influence, by precepi' and example,
Ihal 'rhey have casi over us will inspire
us long afler we deparl from H. I. S.
BENJ. F. OLENA
Dean of Boys
WILBERT E. MOOREHEAD
CLAIR F. HARNISII
P. N. HERSHEY
JAMES E. BOBB
Nik fir "
H. H. HOSTETTER
l-lere are The people who will geT praised or accused oT ineTTiciency as we mem-
bers oT The Class oT I949 go our separaTe ways aTTer graduaTion. We loolc upon Them
noT only as Teachers buT as ready and helpTul Triends.
The Taculhy helped our class To obTain The TirsT Junior Prom in The hisTory oT our
school. All Those presenT proclaimed iT a success. For our senior parTies and dances
The Teachers were always on hand To assisT in The planning and in The carrying ouT
oT Those plans successTully.
IT we had personal problems ThaT worried us. we could Tallc Things over wiTh Them
and be assured oT Their honesT opinion as well as oT The cerTainTy ThaT The discussion
would noT go beyond Their ears. More Than once They have helped members oT our
class To avoid doing someThing ThaT would be regre-TTed greaTly laTer.
The Teachers have been very paTienT during our years wiTh Them as classes were
depleTed by pupils going To The cloThing room, TirsT aid, The denTisT, or The barber.
They TreguenTly repeaTed an explanaTion Tor The beneTiT oT slower-Thinking pupils, and
They oTTen showed greaT selT-conTrol when momenTs laTer some daydreaming sTudenT
asked The idenTical quesTion iusT answered by The Teacher.
Our class appreciaTes The way This TaculTy has labored To prepare us Tor The day
when we will be on our own. We Trus'T ThaT we can TulTil Their highesT hopes Tor us.
As Seniors, we can undersTand beTTer Than ever beTore how much They have done
Tor us. We are Truly graTeTul, we Thanlc Them sincerely. and we will do our besT To re-
TlecT crediT upon Them.
"Pop" Siahle, linoiype and monoiype
Mr. C. C. Miller, 'ryping and shorf-
hand Teacher, checks sfudeni work.
Messrs. Markley, Gibbie, Aicheie,
Good, Siuckey, and Hiie-in our gym.
Messrs. Maricley, Hammond, and Hi're
-in The Hershey Sfadium.
Mr. Enfrelcin, religious educaiion
ieacher, finds somewlhing amusing.
Mr. Young in 'rhe Band Tower.
Mr. Reiiz, foriiiied by lunch, comes
up from our cafeieria.
Mr. Payn e enieriains wiih his
"squeeze box" af faculfy picnic.
Messrs. Slrraii and S+acics ai John
Harris foorball game.
Mr. Brehm examines a guidance re-
Messrs. Hoerner and Hacker in Read-
Mr. Abel runs inio a Tough one.
Miss Grim, hygienisl, and Dr. Weaver
infern, in school denial clinic.
Mr. l-larlrman sorling our mail al lhe
school mail room.
One ol The lcilchen ladies checking
over The supplies for Jrhe following
Mrs. Weaver, Mr. Marlfley's secrelary,
slops a few seconds for a smile al our
"Keeping The school spic and spanf
is our iani+or's mollo.
Miss Breon, Mrs. Bowman, and Mrs.
Brown, The 'lhree secrelaries in The
"Uncle" George preparing +0 show us
Our 'rhree school barbers busily al
work-Chic, Jim, and Addie.
K. P. duly. Three worlcers paring
spuds a+ Jrhe cenlral kilchen.
Mrs. l-lariman filling clolhes on lwo
newly admilled boys.
Miss Workman, school nurse, and Dr.
l-loslelfer, school physician, giving
lirsl aid fo Ray Topper.
Ye Ole Swimming Hole
WORDS BY EISENHUTH MUSIC BY HIGH AND PEIFFER
Sing forfh, ye sons of H. I. S., and blend your voices sirong
To Iaud 'the school and fai+hfuI friends who cared 'For us so Iong.
Thev +ooIc us in as children smaII and 'raughi us righf 'from wrong:
To show our 'rhanks and gra+i+ude, we sing Io Ihem ihis song.
Our fhoughis now wander far away fo good Iimes in Ihe pasi-
The visions of our grade-school days upon our minds are cas'I.
'Twas here we Iearned our A B C's, and manly fraiis were grasped,
We also Iearned Ihai honesiy and Irufh wiII ever Iasi.
We leave you now Io +aIce our place wiihin Iife's busy Ihrongg
Our bodies and our minds have grown io be boI'h sound and srrong.
The mem'ry of Ihis happy day will linger wiih us Iong-
Wiih +asIcs and vows now ended here, we Ieave you wiIh 'Ihis song.
To seek, io s'Irive, 'Io find, and noi fo yieIcI.
CLASS CULURS CLASS FLUWER
Brown and Gold The M. S. Hershey Rose
LOUIS CROCE RAY TOPPER IRA HARTMAN ROBERT BUCK
Treasurer Vice-Presiden+ Secrefa ry Presiden+
We, rhe Class of I949. feel Thar in our oificers we have leaders
worrhy of our class and of our school. They cheerfully and success-
fully shouldered rheir responsibiliiies.
Bob Buck, our president proved his popularily by being unani-
mously elecled. An ideal president he is perhaps The mosr nearly
ideal senior of our class.
l-luslcy Ray Topper. all-round arhlere and presideml of 'rhe Srudenl
Senafe, was our choice for vice-preside-nf. l-le foolf a sincere inleresl
in his duries and helped Bob iailhfully.
Ira l-larrman, unable 'ro graduaie lasr year because of a leg in-
jury. was our secrerary. l-le was a welcome and valued addifion To
lhe Class of I949.
Lilceable Louis Croce, was our selecrion for Treasurer. His friend-
liness, honesly, personaliiy. and ready smile should help Lou qrearly
in rhe iurure,
9fl I948-I949 school year began.
9fl9 Sunsei deleafed Glendale, 5-I,
for inlramural baseball pennanl.
9222 Senior Class oHicers elecled.
IOXI7 Acropolis slafl appoinled.
IOf2I School rings ordered.
IOf27 Senior piclures Taken.
lOf23 Halloween Dance poslponed-
scarlel fever quaranline.
IIXI3 Annual H. I. S. Homecoming.
I If2O Thanksgiving Dance.
IIf2l Glee Club al Florin.
II225 Senior High allended Harris-
Penn ioolball game, in Sladium.
I224 Band al Harrisburg for Annual
Glee Club al Harrisburg's Fore-
man's Club Convenlion.
I2f5 Glee Club al Spring Creek
I226 Hershey Rolary Club H. I. S.-H.
H. S. Foolball Banquel.
I2f7 Sludenl body al "Ice Follies of
IZX8 Senior foolball Iellermen al Nobe
Frank Memorial Banquel.
I22I2 Glee Club al New Kingsion.
l2fl5 Glee Club al York Foreman's
I2fI8 Holly Hop.
I2f24 Glee Club caroled in Hershey.
X u ni
Firsl baskelball game in P. I. A.
A. League-wilh Sleellon.
Glee Club al Hershey Communiiy
Prayer Week service.
Sparian Orcheslra members al
"Hour of Charm" program.
Senior Menlal Abilily lesis.
Glee Club al Liiilz U. B. Church.
Seniors al' H. H. S. Career Con-
Glee Club al Campbelllown.
Glee Club al Palmyra F. U. B.
Glee Club al Harrisburg Evangel-
ical Reiormed Church.
Choir al Spring Creek Church.
Glee Club al Reading H. I. S.
Parenls' Club meefing.
3fI8,I9Coun'ry Forensic and Music
Glee Club al' Holel Hershey for
lhe Regional Convenlion of 'rhe
Insurance Women of Harrisburg.
Glee Club al Sl. Pauls Melhodisl
Church in Lancasler.
Glee Club al Lawn Evangelical
Dislricl Forensic and Music
Glee Club al Covenanl Presby-
Ierian Church in Harrisburg.
Glee Club Washinglon, D. C.,
4228-30 SIa+e Forensic and Music League
Conlesis al Poflslown.
Annual Spring Band Concerl.
Band hosl lo V. F. W. Class A
Band Conlesl in Hershey Sladium.
Glee Club al Palmyra Church of
Annual Spring Glee Club Show.
Band in Hershey Memorial Day
Senior Class Banque? and Prom.
Class Day and Commencemenl,
When we read hisTory boolcs, we Tind
iT cusTomary Tor hisTorians To begin wiTh
prehisToric days. We are noT quiTe +haT
old, buT we shall have To blow The dusT oTT
The pages oT yesTeryear and peer inTo
-Tor us-The remoTe pasT.
On OcTober IO, l935, The TirsT member
of The Class of I94'-7 enTered H. I. S. Fear-
ing ThaT he mighT become lonely, more of
us joined him, and by The end oT The sec-
ond grade we were TwenTy. The resT OT
The Time aT The Main was spenT in acquir-
ing The TundamenTals needed as a sound
basis Tor TuTure learning.
When we came To The high school as
sixTh-grade "men," we puT aside childish
Things-noT counTing peashooTers and
spiTballs-and began To lay a sTiIl beTTer
ToundaTion Tor our TuTure acTiviTies.
ATTer a Tew raTher unevenTTul years, we
became Sophomores and elecTed The
courses which we would 'Follow Tor our lasT
Three years aT H. I. S. Some preTerred
groundwork Tor college educaTion or The
business world, while our mechanically-
minded whizzers chose vocaTional courses.
We began To parTicipaTe in school acTivi-
Ties and were becoming Tarm-home lead-
ers. Three of us earned TooTball leTTers,
and Two received baslceTball leTTers-rare
indeed Tor a Sophomore group.
As Juniors we became "Big Wheels."
We excelled in all branches oT sporTs,
music, and scholasTic work. There was only
one year To go, and we swelled wiTh pride
To Thinlc ThaT we would soon be Seniors.
ATTer a drawn-ouT summer oT "various
Tarm chores," we again enTered The im-
macuIaTely scrubbed high-school building.
This Time we even lisTenecl To The opening
addresses. We wenT Through The experi-
ences ThaT belong only To The lasT year-
The Things ThaT disTinguish iT Trom all
oThers. Our more businesslilce welchers
Turned on Their high-pressure salesman-
ship To sell name cards. The ever-vigilanT
class sTaTisTician began To counT The days,
hours, minuTes, millcings, and squirTs unTil
graduaTion. Senior picTures were Taken
wiTh The usual hub-hub of shaves, hair-
cuTs, and hair-combing. ATTer driving The
oTTice secreTaries berserlc wiTh consTanT
cjuesTioning concerning The arrival oT The
rings and picTures-They Tinally came!
BeTween branding underclassmen wiTh our
school rings and Torcing Senior picTures
upon unTorTunaTe relaTives, we had a jolly
AT lasT The TesTive days oT graduaTion
neared, and aTTer The joyous celebraTions
we Tound ourselves seaTed rigidly on The
CommencemenT plaTTorm, wearing smiles
Trom ear To ear. BuT aTTer The usual pomp
and ceremony, The curTains slowly closed
upon a phase of our lives. WiTh a sudden
realizaTion of The evenT, we Turned To each
oTher wiTh blanlc expressions. This was The
separaTion oT our class. We were aT The
end of our sTay aT H. I. S., buT we hope
This hisTory will serve as a reminder oT our
pleasanT years TogeTher as well as a record
oT our accomplishmenTs.
7x-7-ffhizq gf' no 4
We, The Class of l949, being of sound
mind and sane body lor something like
ThaTl do solemnly swear This To be our
lasT will and TesTamenT. We make The Tol-
lowing group bequesTs:
To The Juniors go our collecTive inTel-
ligence, aThleTic abiliTy, personaliTy, and
many hidden TalenTs ThaT have yeT To be
discovered. We also will Them six weeks in
quaranTine. !XTTer all, Tellows, you can'T
geT someThing Tor noThing.
To The Sophies go our books and equip-
menT, badly baTTered by consTanT use.
Make good use of Them, boys. Tor They
hold The key To wisdom and success.
We bequeaTh To The Freshmen all The
bubble gum collecTed by Miss Early and
a 2" x 4" picTure oT Gravel GerTie and
B. O. PlenTy.
lndividual bequesTs Tollow:
Bob Buck's versaTiliTy is given To The
enTire Junior Class. We hope They Tind a
worThy successor To him.
Bruce "Lone STar" DieTz's brain, un-
maTched as oT 1949, goes To John WhiTe,
provided he can answer every quesTion
asked by Mr. Gibble in healTh class.
RoberT High and Dale PeiTTer, Those in-
comparable music makers, leave Their
piano Technique To Barry Love.
Jim EisenhuTh, To keep iT in The Tamily,
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gives his so-called muscle To broTher Tom.
Ray Topper wills his abiliTy To "make
'em swoon" To Joe Roeser, while Ray and
Bob Buck will Their abiliTy To lug leaTher
To The enTire I949 backTield.
Dave Shaver reTurns his 200-word-a-
minuTe Typing speed To his Teacher, Mr.
C. C. Miller.
Elmer ZiTsch wills his handsome profile
To Gil Barker. His pleasing smile is be-
queaThed To Richard VogT.
Bob STadulis couldn'T Tind a Junior or
Sophomore To raTe such a perTecT speci-
men oT brawn, so he wills his physique To
Freshman Byron Weidow.
Bob Buck's sporTsmanship and leader-
ship on The gridiron go To Bill Fry, and
Pud King's aThleTic abiliTy goes To Red
STadulis wills his dancing abiliTy To The
Junior Class. There's enough oT iT To make
Fred AsTaires or Gene Kellys ouT oT all of
Them-wiTh some IeTT over.
Zeke HarTman and Chic Hughes will
Their abiliTy To rip The cords To Sophomore
Freddie Madeira wills his wresTling Tech-
nique To George "The ATom" KeighTly.
Ralph LundquisT wills his enTire ward-
robe lmoTh balls, diapers. saTeTy pins, and
WildrooTl To AlTon Buck.
ATTer draining all The knowledge from
his shop books, Fred Hand wills Them To
Felix Ladzinski, who needs Them badly.
From behind The TermiTe-ridden door oT
our Treasury Tlows our Tinal giTT-one I948
Dewey campaign buTTon salvaged Trom
The sTunned body oT Mr. KleinTelTer.
We hereunTo make our oTTicial mark lxl
and aTTix our seal on This, The sixTh day of
June, nineTeen hundred and TorTy-nine.
"Johnny EisenhuThl WhaT are you do-
ing? Come here, you li++Ie rascal!"
"l'm iusT looking aT a book. WhaT does
Acropolis mean, Pop?"
"ThaT's my H. l. S. yearbook, Son. lT's
been Ten years since I graduaTed. SiT on
my lap, and I'Il Tell you abouT my class-
maTes. Well! Here's Lou Bocian, manager
oT The Hershey CaTeTeria, who is now
blessed wi+h an even dozen kids-including
Twin boys and Twin girls.
"This is Zeke HarTman-quiTe a bas-
kefball player in his prime. He sTill plays
Tor George Wallish's Friendly Tavern
Team in The SwaTara ProTessional League.
"This Tella, Kenny AlTland, replaced
Lucky STrike's F. E. Boone, l'm Told."
"Ha, ha, ha! Pop, who's This guy wiTh
The Tunny Tace?"
"QuieT, Johnny. Can'T you see ThaT's
your old man when he was a 'Big Wheel'
aT The Hershey lndusTrial School?
"Fred Madeira runs The Hershey DeparTT-
menT STore To pay alimony To his ex-wives.
"Bob STadulis is a girdle salesman. ThaT's
STud all righT-living oTT The TaT oT The
land. He's sTill in Hershey.
"Ray Topper, aTTer a IO-year sTay wiTh
millionaire playboy Rosenbergens Phila-
delphia Eagles, came back To replace Ben
Olena as Dean oT Boys aT H. l. S.
"Bill Bellis operaTes Tuneral homes in
several easTern ciTies. He has special raTes
Tor his classmaTes.
"Bob Buck recenTly made a TranslaTion
oT The Bible Tor H. l. S. DuTchmen.
"Tom Raskin, l believe, has replaced
RochesTer on The Jack Benny Show.
"Tex HarTman, 'Pop' STahle's sTar pupil
and our adopTed classmaTe, is presidenT of
The MergenThaler LinoType Company.
"Oily High and Slippery Venables, dis-
barred lawyers, run The sTaTe poliTical
machine. Their laTesT appoinTmenT: Red
Renn, head oT Danville MenTal HospiTal.
"Hensel Wilhelm now coaches The
Home's grapplers. Adam Fisher and Pud
King play baseball Tor Joe Sipple's DeTroiT
Tigers. They buy all Their baTs Trorn Crow
Hoke. Like Madeira, mosT oT Their earnings
go as alimony To Their several ex-wives.
"Dave Shaver realized a liTeTime am-
loiTion-playing hockey Tor The ToronTo
"Dale PeiTTer is a concerT pianisT in
The Leonardo OverTon Philharmonic. He
has conTracTed To conducT The symphonic
orchesTra oT Six Mile Run.
"ATTer eighT years of pro baskeTball,
Chic Hughes is now The singing sensaTion
oT 'Shine,' Wilkes-Barre's laTesT plaTTer re-
lease. Crooner DuTch Dunleavy, accompan-
ied by Lou Croce and his squeeze box, is
also a currenT iuke-box TavoriTe.
"Bruce DieTz Tinally disproved lEinsTein's
Theory oT RelaTiviTy and aT long lasT has
Tound peace oT mind.
"Findley and Lamplugh sTill make chick-
en coops Tor The Hershey EsTaTes.
"Gosh, Son! lT's way pasT your bedTime.
Run upsTairs. Pop will Tell you more some
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.. Ralph Lundquisl
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. .Roberl Buck
Peilller, our piano duo
T0 BE OUR
CARL A. ALBERT
Dairy Producfs Harrisburg. Pa.
Airplane Club I, Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4, Homeroom
Olilicer I-lSec.l 2-3, lnframural Baskeiball I, lnframural Boxing
I-2, Inframural Soflball I-2-3, Inframural Wresfling I-2-3
Machinisl' Niagara Falls, N. Y.
Baseball 2. Choir 4, Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-Home
Council 3 lV.-Pres.l-4 lPres.l, Glee Club 4, Homeroom Oflicer
3 lSec.l, lnframural Baslce+ball l-2-3-4, lnframural Boxing I-2,
Inlramural Soflball I-3-4, lnframural Wresrling I-2-3. Mon-
KENNETH G. ALTLAND
Dairy Producfs Yorlr, Pa.
Dance Club 4. Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-Home
Council I lV.-Pres.l-2 lPres.l, Homeroom Officer I-2-3, Infra-
mural Baskefball I-2-3-4, lniramural Soffball I-2-3-4, Sfuclenf
C. JOSEPH ARMAGOST
General Farming Q Brookville, Pa.
Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-Home Council lSec.r3-4.
Fooiball 2, Homeroom Officer I-2-3, Inframural Soffbal I,
lnframural Wresfling 2 I
WILLIAM C. ARMSTRONG
EIec+rici+y Philadelphia, Pa.
Band I. Boy Scoufs I. Dance Club 4. Farm-Home Baseball I-
2-3-4. Farm-Home Council lTreas.l I-3-lRep.l 4, Homeroom
Officer I, lnlframural Baslce+ball I-2-3-4, lnframural Boxing I-
2. lnframural Soiorball I-2-3-4, lnlramural Wresfling I-3. Mon-
ifor 4, Sludeni Senafe 4
ELMER W. J. BECK
Aufo-Mechanic Ephraia. Pa.
Band I-2-3-4. Boy Scouls I-2-3-4. Choir I-3. Church Service
Assislanl 4. Farm-Horne Baseball I-2-3-4. I-Iomeroom Oflicer
4 ISec.l. Inlramural Boxing I. Inframural Wreslling I-2-3. Mon-
ifor 4. Science Forum 3-4. Sea ScouI's I-2-3-4
WILLIAM E. BELLIS
Academic Punxsulawney. Pa.
Airplane Club I, Band 2-3, Boy Scouls I-2-3-4. Dance Club
4. Farm-I-Iome Baseball I-2-3-4. Farm-Home Council IIRepor-
fer-3 IRep.l-4 IV.-Pres.l. Induslrialisl' Slaff 4. Inlramural Basker-
ball I-3-4. lnframural Soffball I-2-4. Library Assisfanf I,
Phofography Club I-2-4. School Guicle 3. Science Forum I-4.
Sludem' Senale 3-4
C. HERBERT BENDER
Machinisl Lemoyne. Pa.
Airplane Club I, Band I-2-3-4. Boy Scouls I-2, Dance Club 4.
Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4. Farm-Home Council lSec.l 2-3-
IV.-Pres.l 4. Inlramural Baslcelball 4. Inframural Boxing 2. In-
Iramural Soflball I-4. Inframural Wreslling 3-4. Monilor 4.
Sparlan Orchesfra 4 ' '
LOUIS BOCIAN, Jr.
Commercial Lebanon, Pa.
Acropolis Sfaff 4. Band I-2-3-4. Baseball 2. Baske+baIl 2-3.
Choir I-2-3-4. Farm-I-Iome Baseball I-2-3-4. Farm-Home
Council I-2 ITreas.I-3 IV.-Pres.l-4 IRep.l. Glee Club I-2-3-4.
Homeroom Officer IV.-Pres.l 2-3-4. Inlramural Baskelball I-4.
Inframural Wresfling 2. lvlonilor 4. Ocfel' 2-3. Ouarlei 3-4.
Sludenl SenaI'e 4
HENRY W. BOWMAN
Baking Loclc Haven. Pa.
Bookbincling Club I. Church Service Assislanl 4. Farm-I-Iome
Baseball I-2-3-4. Foofball 4. Homeroom Officer 4. Inlramur-
al Baslcefball 3-4. lnframural Boxing I. Inlramural Soffball 3-4.
Library Assislanl I
LESLIE W. BOYCE
Auto-Mechanic Clearfield, Pa.
Dance Club 4, Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-Home
Council 4 lPres.j. lnframural Baslcefball 4, lnframural Soffball
3-4, lnframural Wresfling 3, Monifor 4
ROBERT A. BUCK
Academic Palmyra, Pa.
Band I-2-3-4, Baslcefball 2. Choir I-2-3-4, Farm-Home Coun-
cil I lRep.l-2 IV.-Pres.l-3 lPres.l-4, Foofball I-2-3-4 lCap+.l.
Glee Club I-2-3 lV.-Pres.l-4, Homeroom Officer lPres.L I-2-3-4,
Ocfef 3-4. Ouarfef 4, School Guide 3-4, School Orc esfra I-
2-3-4, Senior Class Officer lPres.l, Sparfan Orchesfra I-2-3-4
THOMAS S. A. CHRISTOFES
Prinfing Johnsfown, Pa.
Acropolis Sfaff 4. Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-Home
Council lV.-Pres.l 3-4, Foofball 4. Homeroom Officer 3-4. ln-
framural Baskefball 3-4, lnframural Wresfling 2, Monifor 4
JOHN N. CLEVENSTINE
Carpenfry Royersford, Pa.
Boy Scoufs I-2, Choir I. Dance Club 4. Farm-Home Base-
ball I-2-3-4, Farm-Home Council 3 lReporferl-4 lV.-Pres.l.
Homeroom Officer lSec.l I-2-3-4. lnframural Baskefball 3-4,
lnframural Boxing I-2, lnframural Soffball I-3-4, lnframural
Wresfling 3, Library Assisfanf I, Monifor 4, Wresfling 4'
LOUIS A. CROCE
Elecfricify Trenfon, N. J.
Baseball 2-3-4, Baskefball I-2-3-4. Choir 2-3, Dance Club 4,
Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4. Farm-Home Council I-2 lPres.l-
3-4 lRep.l. Foofball I-2-3-4, Glee Club 2-3-4, Homeroom
Officer 2 lPres.l-3 lV.-Pres.l, Monifor 4. Senior Class Officer
lTreas.l, Sfudenf Senafe 4 IV.-Pres.l
D. GENE DAY
Meal' Processing York' Pa,
Dance Club 4, Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-I-Iome
Council I-2-3-4, Homeroom Officer I, Iniramural Baskeiball
I-4, Iniramural Boxing I, Iniramural Sofiball I-2-3-4, In+ra-
mural Wresiling I-2
C. BRUCE DIETZ
Academic Wilmingfon, Del.
Acropolis Siafi 4 IAssoc. EoI.I, Church Service Assis'ran'r 2-3-4,
Dance Club 4, Farm-I-Iome Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-Home
Council IRepor'rerI I-2-IRep.I 4, I-Iomeroom Oflicer 2 IV.-Pres.I-
4 ISec.I, Inclusirialisi' Siaff I-2-3-4 IEcIiI'or-in-Chiefl, Iniramural
Baskeiball 3-4, Iniramural Sofiball I, Science Forum 4 IPres.I,
Siudeni Senafe 4
CHESTER L. DUNLEAVY
Carpen'I'ry Valley View, Pa.
Acropolis Siaff 4. Baseball 2, Baskefball 2-4. Choir 3-4, Dance
Club 4, Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-I-Iome Council
ISec.I I-2-IRep.i 3-4, Fooiball 2, Glee Club 3-4, I-Iomeroom
Officer I-IPres.I 2-3, Inframural BasIceI'baII I-3, Iniramural
Soffball I-3-4, Oc+eI' 4, Ouariei 4. Siuclenf Senafe 3-4
ARTHUR C. -ECK
Elecfriciiy Reading, Pa.
Dance Club 4, Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-Home
Council I IReporIerI-2-3 ITreas.I-4 IPres.I, I-Iomeroom Officer
2-3-4, InI'ramuraI Baskeiball 2, Moniior 4
FLOYD S. EBERLY
Commercial A York, Pa.
Band I-2, Baseball 3-4. Boy Scouis I, Church Service As-
sis'ran+ 4, Dance Club 4, Farm Home Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-
Home Council I-2-3-4, Fooiball 2, lnframural Baslceiball I-2-
3-4. InI'ramuraI Sofiball I-2, Monifor 4, School Guide 3-4
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JAMES W. EISENHUTH
Academic Johnsfown, Pa.
Acropolis Siafi 4 IAssoc. Ed.I. Band I-2-3-4, Choir 3-4 INar-
ralorl, Church Service Assisianl' 2-3-4, Clariner Quarrei 2-3.
Farm-Home Council ISec.? I-2-3-4, Farm-Home Reporrer I-2-
3-4, Foofball 3-4, Glee C ub 3-4 INarra+orI. Inclusfrialisl S'faFF
2-3-4IAssoc. Ed.I. Ociei 3, Quarief 4, School Guide 3-4, Spar-
Ian Orcheslra 2-3-4
MAX A. FAHNESTOCK
Academic Mouni' Holly Springs, Pa.
Airplane Club I, Baseball 3-4, Baslceiball 2-3-4, Dance Club 4.
Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-Home Council I-2-3 IRe-
porierl-4 IPres.l, Fooiball 4. Iniramural Baslcefball I-3. Infra-
mural Soflball I-2. Iniramural Wresiling I-2
LOY S. FINDLEY
Carpen'I'ry Pennsburg, Pa.
Air Scouis I-2-3-4, Cheerleader 4, Dance Club 4. Farm-Home
Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-Home Council ITreas.I I-2-3-4, Home-
room Officer ITreas.I I-2-3-4, Iniramural Baskeiball I, Infra-
mural Sofiball I. Inlramural Wresfling I-2, Wresfling 3-4
ADAM W. FISHER
Plumbing 8: Healing York, Pa.
Baseball 2-3-4. Dance Club 4, Farm-I-Iome Baseball I-2-3-4,
Farm-Home Council 4 IPres.l. Inframural Baslceiball I-2-3-4.
Inframural Sofiball I-2-3-4, Moniior 4
IRA R. GEISINGER
Priniing Reacling, Pa.
Band I-2-3-4, Dance Club 4. Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4.
Farm-Home Council 2 ISec.l-3 IRepor+erI, Monifor 4, School
Orchesira I. Science Forum I
Carpen+ry Easi' Greenville, Pa.
Dance Club 4, Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-Home
Council 2 lTreas.l-lRep.l 3-4, Glee Club I, I-Iomeroom Officer
I lTreas.l-2 lSec.l-3 ITreas.l, Inframural Baslcelball I-4, Infra-
mural Soffball I-2-3-4, Inframural Wreslling I-2, Sluclenf
Council 3-4, Sluclenf Senale 3-4, Wreslling 3-4
FREDRICK E. HAND
Plumbing 81 Healing New Bloomfield, Pa.
Acropolis Slall 4, Church Service Assislanl' 4, Dance Club 4,
Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-Home Council lTreas.l 3-4,
Homeroom Olilicer lSec.l 2-3-4, lnframural Baslcelball 4, Infra-
mural Soflball 4, Library Assisfanl I, lvlonifor 4. Science
IRA H. HARTMAN
Prinfing Reading, Pa.
Boy Scouls I-2-3-4. Dance Club 4, Farm-Home Baseball I-2-
3-4, Farm-Home Council I-2-3 lPres.l-4 lRep.l, Homeroom
Officer 2-3, Inlramural Baslcelball 2-3, Inlramural Soffball 2-3,
Moniior 4. Senior Class Officer lSec.l, SI'uden'r Senale 2-4
RICHARD K. HARTMAN
Prinfing S'I'eell'on, Pa.
Baseball 2-3-4. Baslcerball I-2-3-4, Dance Club 4, Farm-Home
Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-Home Council I-2-3-4, 'Farm-Home
Officer I-2-3-4, Foolball 2-3-4, Inlramural Baseball I, lnlra-
mural Baslcefball I, lnlramural Soflball I, Inlramural Wreslling
I, Monilor 4
MELVIN V. HELM
Carpen+ry Shippensburg, Pa.
Air Scoufs 3, Choir 3, Dance Club 4, Farm-Home Baseball I-
2-3-4. Farm-Home Council 3-4. Farm-Home Officer 3 lPres.l-4
IV.-Pres.l, Farm-Home Reporfer 2, Foolball I-2-3-4, Glee Club
3-4, Inlramural Baseball I-3, Inlramural Baskelball I-2, Infra-
mural Soflball I-3, Oc+e+ 4, Ouar're+ 4
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ROBERT M. HIGH
Academic Washingfon, D. C.
Acropolis Sfaff 4 lAssoc. Ed.I, Band I-2-3-4, Bible School
Teacher 2-3, Choir I-2-3-4, Church Service Assisfanf 4, Farm-
Home Officer I-2-3 IV.-Pres.l, Glee Club I-2-3-4, Homeroom
Officer I-2-3, Inclusfrialisf Sfaff 3-4 fAssoc. EcI.l, Insfrurnenfal
Soloisf I-2-3-4, Ocfef I-2, Piano Duo 3-4, Ouarfef 4, School
Guide 4, Sparfan Orchesfra I-2-3-4, Sfudenf Senafe 3
GALEN R. HOKE
Sheef-Mefal Yorlc, Pa.
Dance Club 4, Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-Home
Officer lSec.l I-2-lPres.l 3. Inframural Baskefball I-4, Infra-
mural Boxing' I, Inframural Soffball I-4, Inframural Wresfling
I-2-3, Monifor 4. Phofography Club I
C. DANIEL HOOK
Machine Shop Columbia, Pa.
Band 2-3-4, Choir I, Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-Home
Officer 4 lTreas.l, Inframural Wresfling 2-3, Monifor 4, School
DONALD F. HOUSEKNECHT
Aufo-Mechanic Sugarloaf, Pa.
Cheerleader I-2-3-4, Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-Home
Council 4, Library Assisfanf I, Monifor 4, Sfudenf Senafe 4
Sheef-Mefal Hershey, Pa.
Dance Club 4, Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-Home Of-
ficer 3 IV.-Pres.l-4 lTreas.l, Homeroom Officer lTreas.l I-2
Inframural VVresfling I-2-3, Inframural Soffball 2, Monifor 4,
Sfudenf Senafe 4, Wresfling 4
DONALD R. HUGHES
Prinfing Pine Grove, Pa.
Acropolis Sfaff lEcIi'ror-in-Cl1iefl, Band I-2-3-4, Baskefball I,
Baseball 4, Choir I-4, Dance Club 4, Farm-Home Baseball I,
2-3-4, Farm-Home Officer 3 lSec.-Treas.l, Foofball 2, Glee
Club 4, Indusfrialisf Sfaff 3-4, Inframural Baslcefball I-3-4, In-
framural Soffball I-3-4, Monifor 4
Prinfing Wilkes-Barre, Pa.
Baseball 3-4, Baslcefball I-2-3-4, Dance Club 4, Farm-Home
Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-Home Officer I-2-3-4 lPres.l, Foofball
4, Homeroom Officer I-2, Inframural Baseball I-2-3-4, Infra-
mural Baskefball I, Inframural Soffball I-2-3-4, Inframural
Wresfling 2-3, Ivlonifor 4
E. DAVID KING
Elecfriciiy Grove Cify, Pa.
Air Scoufs 3-4, Boy Scoufs I-2, Dance Club 4, Farm-Home
Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-Home Officer 3 lSec.l, Homeroom
Officer 3, Inframural Boxing I-2, Inframural Soffball 2, Infra-
mural Wresfling 2-3, Monifor 4
PRESTON B. KING
Plumbing 8: Heafing Darby, Pa.
Baseball 2-3-4, Baslcefball 2-3, Dance Club 4, Farm-Home
Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-Home Officer 4 IPres.l, Foofball I-2-
3-4, Homeroom Officer I-2-3-4, lnframural Baslcefball I-2-3-4,
Inframural Soffball I-2-3-4, Inlramural Wresfling I-2-3-4.
Monilor 4, Wresfling 3-4
JOHN O. KINNAIRD
Elecfricify Brookville, Pa.
Boy Scoufs I-2, Dance Club 4, Explorer Scoufs, 3-4, Farm-
Home Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-Home OfHcer I-3-4 ISec.l, Farm-
Home Reporfer I-4, Homeroom Officer 2 ISec.l, lnframural
Baseball I-4, Inframural Baskefball I-4, lnfrarnural Soffball I-4,
Inframural Wresfling 3, Monifor 4
JOSEPH J. KRAUSE
Carpen+ry Philadelphia, Pa.
Boy Scouls I, Dance Club 4, Explorer Scoufs 2-3-4, Farm-Home
Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-Home Officer llTreas.I-2 lSec.l-lPres.I
3-4, lnframural Baslcelball I-3-4, lniramural Soffball I-3-4
WILLIAM H. LAMPLUGH
Carpenlry Philadelphia, Pa.
Choir I. Dance Club 4, Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-
Home Officer 2-3-4, Foolball 2-3-4, Glee Club I, Homeroom
Officer I, lnframural Baseball I-2, lniramural Baskefball I.
lnframural Soffball I-2-3-4, Inframural Wreslling I
RALPH W. LUNDQUIST
Commercial Hopewell, Pa.
Church Service Assisianf 4, Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4.
Farm-Home Officer 2-3-4, Farm-Home Reporfer 3-4, Foofball
2-3-4. Glee Club I, Homeroom Officer 2-3-4, lniramural
Baslcelball 2-3-4, lnframural Soffball 2-3, lnframural Wresfling
I-2-3. Monifor 4, School Guide 3-4, Sparfan Orchesfra 4
lProp. lv1gr.J, Sfudenf Senaie 4, Wresfling 4
FREDERICK L. MADEIRA
Commercial Hummelsfown, Pa.
Band I-2-3-4, Choir I-2-3-4, Farm-Home Officer lSec.l I-2-
lRep.l 3-4, Foo+ball I-2-3-4, Homeroom Officer lPres.l 2-3-4,
Indusirialisl' S+aff 3-4, ln+ramural Baslcefball I-3-4. Ocfel' 3,
Ouarfei 4, School Guide 3-4, School Orchesfra I-2, Sparian
Orchesira I-3-4, Siudenf Senafe 3-4, Wresfling 3-4
DONALD H. McCARTHY
Commercial Philadelphia, Pa.
Acropolis Sfaff 4. Bancl I-2-3-4, Bank Assisfanl 2-3, Dance
Club 4, Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-Home Officer
lTreas.l I-2-lPres.l 3-4, Glee Club 3-4, Indusfrialisi' Siaff 3-4,
lniramural Baskefball 3-4, lnframural Boxing I-2, Inframural
Soffball I-2-3-4, Monifor 4, Office Assisfanf 3, School Guide
GRAHAM W. McINTYRE
Academic, Berlin, Pa.
Farm-I-Iome Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-I-Iome Officer 3 ISec.I-4
IPres.I, Farm-Home Reporler I-2, IncIus+riaIis+ Sialif 3-4. In+ra-
mural BasIce'rbaII 4, In+ramuraI Sofiball I-2, Inlramural Wresl-
Iing I-2-3, School Guide 2-3-4, Science Forum I-4 IV.-Pres.I
GUY E. McKINNEY'
Carpenfry , Philadelphia, Pa.
Boy Scouls I-2, Dance Club 4, Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4,
I-Iomeroom Officer I, Inlramural Wres+Iing 3, Library As-
sisfani I, Phofograplmy Club I, Wresiling 3,
AUSTIN B. MESSINGER
Baking Slaiingfon, Pa.
Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-I-Iome Officer 3 Eecj-4
IV.-Pres.I, Inlramural Baseball 3-4, Iniramural Baslcei' all 4,
Inframural Soffball 3-4
LLOYD M. MORGAN
Plumbing 8: Hea'I'ing Hegins, Pa.
Baske'rbaII 3, Dance Club 4, Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4.
Farm-Home Officer I-2-3-4, In'rramuraI Baskelball I-2-3-4,
Inframural SoHbaII I-2-3-4, Inlramural Wres+Iing I-2-3-4
CLIFFORD R. MORRISON
Slweei'-Me'I'aI Mi. Joy, Pa.
Acropolis Siaff 4. Band I-2-3-4, Dance Club 4, Farm-Home
Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-Home Reporfer I-4, Glee Club 4,
I-Iomeroom Officer 2 ISec.I, In+ramuraI BasIce'rbaII 4, Infra-
mural Soilball 2, Monifor 4, Pholography Club I
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Au+o-Mechanic I Blairsville, Pa.
Airplane Club I, Air Scouls I-2, ,I-Iomeroom Officer 3 ISec.I,
Library Assisfanl' I, lvlonifor 4
CHARLES W. MOUNTZ
Commercial Lewisfown, Pa.
Acropolis Sfaff 4, Church Service Assisfanf 3-4, Dance Club
4, Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-Home Officer 2-3, Farm-
I-Iome Reporfer 2-3-4, Homeroom Officer I-3-4, lnframural
Baseball I, Inframural Baslcefball I-2-3-4, Inframural Soffball
I-2-3-4, Library Assisfanf I, lvlonifor 3-4
DONALD A. NEWTON
Commercial Waynesboro, Pa.
Bank Assisfanf 2, Boolcbincling Club I. Boy Scoufs I, Dance
Club 4, Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-Home Officer 3
ISec.I, I-Iomeroom Officer 3, lnframural Baskefball 4, Infra-
mural Wresfling 3, Library Assisfanf I, Monifor 4, Science
GLENN R. OAKMAN
lmplemenl' Repairing Jerome, Pa.
Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-Home Officer I-2-3 lPres.l,
I-Iomeroom Officer I IPres.l, Inframural Baslcefball I, Inframural
Wresfling I, Monifor 3
LEONARD K. OVERTON
Academic Torrance, Pa.
Band I-2-3-4, Boy Scoufs I-2, Choir I-2-3-4, Church Service
Assisfanf 4, Dance Club 4, Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-
Home Officer 2 lSec.l, Farm-Home Reporler 4, Glee Club
I-2-3-4, lnsfrumenfal Soloisf l-2-3-4, School Orchesfra I-2-3-4,
Science Forum I, Sparfan Orchesfra I-2-3-4, Sfring Ensemble
ARTHUR B. PATTERSON
Plumbing 8: Heaiing Homeslead. Pa-
Baseball 2-3-4. Baskelball 3-4, Dance Club 4. Farm-Home
Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-Home Council lRep.I 2-3-4. Foolball
3-4, Inframural Baseball I-2-3-4, lnframural Baskelball I-2, ln-
Iramural Boxing I. lnframural Soliball l-2-3-4, lniramural
Wresfling I-2-3-4, Moniior 4, Science Forum I, SIuclen'r
R. DALE PEIFFER
Academic l-ili'l'Z. P6-
Acropolis Sfaff 4, Airplane Club I, Band I-2-3-4, Boy Scouis
I, Choir I-2-3-4, Farm-I-Iome Officer 3 IV.-Pres.I, Glee Club
I-2-3-4. Homeroom Officer I ITreas.I, Accompanisi' 2-3-4, In-
slrumenlal Soloisf 2-3-4, Library Assislanr I, Oc'Ie'r 3, Piano
Duo 3-4, School Orchesira I-2-3, Science Forum I-2, Sparlan
W. RODMAN QUICK
Carpeniry Philadelphia. Pa.
Airplane Club I-2, Dance Club 4, Farm-Home Baseball I-2-
3-4. I-lomeroom Officer ISec.I I-2-3, lnI'ramuraI Baslceiball 4,
lnframural Soflball 3-4, Pliolography Club I-2
Machinisf Philadelphia, Pa.
Airplane Club I, Cheerleader 3, Choir 2-3-4. Church Service
Assisfanl' 4, Dance Club 4, Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4,
Farm-Home Officer 2 IV.-Pres.I-IRep.I 3-4, Fooiball 4, Glee
Club I-2-3-4. Homeroom Officer ISec.I 2-3, lniramural
Wreslling l-2-3-4. Ivlonifor 4, S+uden+ Senafe 3-4
EARLE L. RENN
Shee+-Mefal Danville, Pa.
Band I. Baseball 2, Dance Club 4, Farm-Home Baseball I-2-
3-4. Farm-Home Officer ISec.I I-2-3-lPres.l 4, Farm-Home
Reporfer I-2-3-4. Foo+balI 3-4, Homeroom Officer 2, Infra-
mural Baseball I-2-3-4, lnlramural Boxing I-2, Inrramural
Sofiball I-2-3-4, Inlramural Wreslling I-2-3, Ivlonifor 4.
Science Forum I
GORDON E. RICE
Elecfriciiy Brooklyn, N. Y.
Choir I. Dance Club 4, Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-
I-lome Officer 4 lSec.l. Foofball I-2-3-4, Glee Club I-4, Infra-
mural Baslcefball 4. lnframural Boxing I-2, lnframurai Soffball
I-2-3-4, Inframural Wresfling I-2, Monilor 4
ROBERT P. RICHARDS
Machinisi' Brooklyn, N. Y.
Boy Scoufs I, Dance Club 4. Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4.
Farm-Home Officer lRep.l 2-3-lPres.l 4, Homeroom Officer
2 -lSec.l. lnframural Baslcefball I-3-4, lnframural Boxing l,
lnframural Soffball I-2-3-4. lnframural Wresfling I-3, Moni-
ROBERT W. ROBINSON
SI1ee'I'-Me+aI Philadelphia, Pa.
Dance Club 4. Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-Home
Officer lSec.l 2-3. I-Iomeroom Officer 4 lSec.l. lnframural
Baslcefball 4, lnframural Boxing I, lnframural Soffball 2-3-4,
lnframural Wresfling I-2-3, Monilor 4, Phofography Club I
GREGORY C. ROSENBERGER
Academic New Kensingfon, Pa.
Baslcefball 4, Book Reviewers Club I, Boy Scoufs I, Cheer-
leader 4, Choir 4. Church Service Assisfanf 2-3-4, Dance Club
4, Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4, Foofball I, Glee Club 4,
Homeroom Officer 4 lTreas.l, lnframural Baslcefball I-2-3, ln-
framural Boxing I, Inframural Soffball I-2-4. School Guide
CARL U. RUNKLE
Elecfricify Granfville, Pa.
Dance Club 4. Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-Home
Officer 3-4 IV.-Pres.l. Homeroom Officer 3 lSec.l, lnframural
Baskefball I-2, Inframural Soffball I-2, Inframural Wresfling
I-2, Ivlonifor 4
WILLIAM E. RUTHERFORD
Plumbing 8: Healing Harrisburg. Pa.
Dance Club 4. 'Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-Home
Council 4. Farm-Officer 4, Foolball I-2-3-4, I-Iomeroom OI-
Iicer I-22 Inframural Baslcerball I-2-3-4, Inlramural Soffball I-
2, Moniior 4 W
THEODORE E. 3CARDEFIELD
Prinling New Casfle, Pa.
Band I, Boy Scouis I, Dance Club 4, Farm-Home Baseball I-
2-3-4. Farm-Home Council 2-4, Farm-Home Officer 2 ISec.l-4
lPres.l. lnlramural Baslcefball I-3-4, Inlramural Soiiball I-3.
lnlramural Wresflinq 2, Monilor 4
ROBERT W. SCHAEFFER
Aufo-Mechanic Harrisburg, Pa.
Band I-2-3-4, Choir 2-3-4, Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-
Home Council I-2, Glee Club 2-3-4. I-Iomeroom Officer I
ISec.I, lnlramural Baseball I, Inlramural Wresiling 2, Moni-
'ror 4. Oc+e'r 3-4, Ouarlef 4, Science Forum I, Sparlan Or-
cheslra 2-3-4, Sludenl' Senale I-2
DAVID B. SHAVER
Commercial Forl' Erie, On'I'.
Acropolis S+a1CF 4 IPI1o+ograpl'ierl. Bancl 2-3-4. Bank AssisIan+
2-3-4, Boy Scouls I-2-3-4. Choir 4. Church Service Assislam'
4, Farm-Home Officer 3-4, Glee Club 4. I-lomeroom Officer
3. IncIus'IriaIisI' Slafi 4 IPl'io+ograpl'1erl, lnframural Baseball I-2-
4, Inlramural Baslcefball I-2-4, Pliolography Club I-2-3-4, Slu-
denf Senafe 4
JAMES F. SHAW
Sheel'-MeI'aI ' LiI"Ile Roclc, Arlr.
Airplane Club I, Dance Club 4, Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4.
Farm-Home Council 4 lSec.l, Farm-I-Iome Repor+er I. Home-
room Officer 3, Inframural Baslcefball 2. lnframural Soifball
I-2, Inrramural Wres+Iing I, Ivloniior 4, PI'1o'rograpl'1y Club I
JOSEPH E. SIPPLE
, I , "Dead"
Commercial Plymoulh, Pa.
Acropolis Slalil 4, Dance Club 4, Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4,
Farm-Home Council I-2-3-4, Farm-Home Officer I-2-3-4
lRep.l, Homeroom Officer 3-4 lSec.-Treas.l, lnlrarnural Baskel-
ball I-4.'.ln'rramural Soflball I-2, Science Club I, Sfudeni
Council I, Sludenl Senale 3-4
P. RICHARD SMITH
I I llSmiHYll
Machinisl Carlisle, Pa.
Baseball 2-3, Boy Scouls I-2, Dance- Club 4, Farm-Home
Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-Home Council 3 lPres.l, lnlramural
Baseball I-2-3-4, lnlramural Baslcelball I-2-3-4, lnlramural
Boxing I, lnlramural Soflball I-2, Monilor 4 . '
Meal' Processing Philadelphia, Pa.
Choir 4, Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-Home Council 3
lTreas.l, Foolball 4, Glee Club 4, lnlramural Baskelball 3, In-
Iramural Solfball I-2, Inlramural Wresfling I-2
C. FREDERICK SPENGLER
Plumbing 81 Healing Reading, Pa.
Dance Club 4, Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-Home Offi-
cer 4 lSec.l', Homeroom Officer I. lnlramural Baslcelball I-4.
Inlramural Boxing I, Inlramural Sollball I-2, lnlramural Wresl-
ling 3, Monifor 4, Pholography Club I
ROBERT T. STADULIS
Prinling Nanficolce, Pa.
Acropolis S+aFF 4, Bancl I-2-3-4. Baseball 2-3-4, Baslcelball
2-3-4, Boy Scouls I, Choir I-3-4, Church Service Assisfanl 4.
Dance Club 4, Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-Home Oili-
cer 2-3 lPres.l-4 lRep.l, Foolball l-2-3-4, Glee Club 3-4. Mon-
ilor 4. School Orcheslra I-3-4, Sparlan Orchesfra 3-4. Sludenf
RAY M. TOPPER
Academic Mouni Union, Pa,
Baseball 3-4, Baslcelball I-2-3-4, ,Choir 2-3-4, Church Service
Assislanf 4, Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-Home 'Council
3-4 lRep.l, Foofball I-2-3,-4, Glee Club 3-4, Homeroom Officer
I-3-4. lnlramural Boxing I-2-3-4, Ociel 3, Senior Class Officer
IV.-Pres.l, Sparian Orchesira 4 lVocalis'rl, Srudenl' Senale 3-4
WILLIAM F. VENABLES
Academic Nor-Ih Hills, Pa.
Baseball 3, Dance Club 4, Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-
l-lome Council 4, Foolball I-2-3-4, lnlramural Baseball I-2-3-4.
Inframural Baskelball I-2, lnframural Boxing I-2, ln+ramural
Soffball I-2-3, lnlramural Wresfling I-2, Sfuclenf Council I,
Sfudenl' Senale 4, Wreslling 3-4
GEORGE L. WALLISH
AuI'o-Mechanic Shamolcin, Pa.
Band I-2-3-4, Baslcelball 2-3, Dance Club 4, Farm-Home Base-
ball I-2-3-4, Farm-Home Council I-2-3-4, Foolball I-2-3-4,
lnlrarnural Baslceiball I, lnframural Soflball 2-3-4, lnframural
Wreslling I-2-3-4, lvloniior 4
H. ALLEN WALSH
Machinisf Wilmingion, Del.
Airplane Club I, Baskefball 3 lMgr.l, Dance Club 4, Farm-
Home Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-Home Olilicer lPres.l 2-3-lRep.l
4, lnframural Baslcelball 3-4, lnI'ramural Sofiball 2-3-4, lnlrra-
mural Wreslling 2, Science Club I, Sludenl' Senale 4
' WILBUR J. WHITEHOUSE
Pouliry Producis Ashland, Pa.
Airplane Club I, Boolcbinding Club I, Boy Scouls I-2, Farm-
Home Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-Home Reporier I, I-lomeroom
Officer 2-3 lSec.l, lnframural Baslceiball I-2, lniramural Sofi-
ball I-2, Pholography Club I-2
Aulo-Mechanic Lancasler, Pa.
Church Service Assislani 4, Dance Club 4, Farm-Home Base-
balll-2-3-4, Farm-Home Reporier I-4, Foolball 3-4, Home-
room Officer I-2-3-4, lnirarnural Baseball I-2-3-4, lnlramural
Baslcelball I, lnlramural Boxing I-2, lniramural Sofiball I-2-3-
4, lniramural Wresiling I-2, lvloniior 4, Science Club I, Wres-
lling 3-4 '
WILLIAM R. WOODS
Academic Braddock Hills, Pa.
Dance Club 4, Farm-Home Baseball I-2-3-4, Farm-I-lorne
Council I-2-3-4, Farm-Home Officer I-2-3 lRep.l, Indus'I'riaI-
is+ Slall 3-4 llvlgr. Ed.l, lnlramural Baskeiball 4, lnlramural
Soliball I-2, lnlramural Wresiling 2-3, Science Club I lSec.l,
Sfudenl Senale 2-3
ELMER W. ZITSCH
A Plumbing 8: Healing Bellwood, Pa.
6 A A ' , Airplane Club l, Baseball 4, Dance Club 4, Farm-Home Base-
' ball I-2-3-4, Farm-Home Ol-licer 2lTreas.l-3IV.-Pres.l-4lPres.l,
27 Homeroom Officer 3-4, lniramural Baslcelball 3-4, lnlramural
is Boxing 3-4, lniramural Soliball 3-4, lnlramural Wreslling 3-4.
Phoiography Club I, Science Club I, Wresiling 4
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Our praises unio 'rhee
Rise io The sky.
We're loyal, H. I. S.,
Our failh in 'rhee shall never clie.
There comes a lime when we
Bid 'rhee goocl-bye.
I-lail, hail our Alma Maier,
May your spiril irue be ever nigh!
Lifl your voices, singing of ihe
school you love so well:
Send your voices, singing over
every hill and dell:
Swing along, wilh a song,
Sing your praise wilh voices sir
SENIURS AT WORK
Allender and Smiih adiusl a lalhe.
Joe Sipple does his slulzl.
Ari Eclx and Gordie Rice repair a ra-
Don l-louselmechl in 'rhe aulo-mechanic
No, il isr1"r l-lueloner's li+l'le red wagon.
McKinney, Findley, and Krause work
on Jrhe school house-building proieci.
Clif? Morrison does a sheei-meial
Tha'l's Wilb Whilehouse in 'rhe middle.
Tom Morion examines lvlr. S'luclcey's
l'len Bowman and Auslin lvlessinger
display Their baking arf.
Bolo Buclc, Max Fahnesioclc, Graham
Mclniyre, and Bill Woods in physics
class. Mr. Bilcle loolcs cn.
SENIURS AT PLAY
Sparians during one of 'rheir many
praclices. Saxophonisfs O v e r + o n
lslandingl and Schaeffer are iwo of
ihe seven senior members.
Don Newfon wifh his escorl' a+ one of
Zeke Harfman faking Helen Summy
for a whirl.
Ugh! Chief SiHing Bull Krause and
Rain-in-Face Bellis al scoul aclivifies.
Sfudl Whaf would Velma say if she
Romeo Lundquisi goes lhrough one of
his many dances
Curly Rice and Guy McKinney go
over fheir 'rrig problems.
Dave Shaver, our pholographer. and
his girl friend af+er one of our baslce+-
Freddy wiih his sfeady.
Whaicha looking a+. fellows? The five
smiling seniors are, lefl +o righ+: G.
Wallish, A. Paiferson, W. Rulherford.
Squirl' Walsh, and R. Smilh.
Our famous piano duo-Roberl' High
and Dale Peiffer.
in -I I- I 1909l
The Fnnlhall Practice Field
The H. T. S. Spar'Tans-under The TuTelage oT Their new head menTor, Mr. Alfred
T. Gibble, and his assisTanT, Mr. Behney Buser-ended The T948 campaign wiTh a
record of seven wins and Three losses. They whiTewashed Lebanon, John Harris,
and CoaTesvilleg losT To York and STeelTon: and Then wenT on To win Tour oT The re-
maining Tive conTesTs. The season was highly successful, especially in view oT The TacT
ThaT The squad was never aT Tull sTrengTh Tor any game.
OT The Three losses, Two were aT The hands of ouTsTanding Teams oT Two sTaTes-
STeelTon, Pennsylvania, and PaTTerson Park, Maryland. BoTh were undeTeaTed. A
Team badly weakened because of injuries and a quaranTine, plus several highly
quesTionable decisions by The officials, accounT Tor The loss To York.
The SparTan goal line was crossed only nine Times, and They held six opponenTs
scoreless. The lasT shuT-ouT was aT The expense of Hershey High on Homecoming
day, and iT meanT The reTenTion by H. I. S. oT The coveTed Cocoa Bean Trophy.
The sTarTing backfield consisTed of Seniors Bob Buck lCapTainl, Bob STadulis, Ray
Topper, and George Wallish. This foursome combined power, speed, and decepTion
To roll up 2I2 poinTs. Tor a new school record. Our opponenTs were held To 60 poinTs.
chiefly by The fine line play of Seniors Lou Croce, Jim EisenhuTh, Zeke HarTman,
Mel Helm, Pud King, Bill Lamplugh. Fred Madeira. and Bill Venables.
AlThough The loss by gracluaTion of TwenTy-Tour Seniors is very severe, ThirTeen
Juniors and Two Sophomores, plus boys Trom The uncleTeaTed Junior SparTans, will
conTinue To make The Golden Horde a highly respecTed gridiron Toe.
Buck sIcirI's end againsl' Coalesville.
Our coaches-AI Gibble and Behney
Slud afler snagging a pass againsf
Wallish scores a T. D. againsl Coales-
Caplain Buck in acfion al Lebanon.
Recl Pa+'rerson and Chic Hughes in
Sepl. IO Lebanon 28 0
I8 John Harris 25 0
25 Coafesville I4 O
Od. I Yorlc 6 I4
9 Sleellon O I9
I5 Carlisle 26 7
23 Carson Long 58 O
29 Hagersfown 40 0
Nov. 6 Paflerson Park O 20
I3 Hershey I5 0
7. Hold Ihaf pose, Ray!
8. Capiain Buck before 'rhe John Harris
9. Bob Buck doing 'rhe high sI'ep againsl
IO. Bill Fry abou'r To 'ralce a Iaferal.
I I. Topper aboul 'ro 'raclcle Dick Reich, ol:
I2. Coa'resviIIe co-caplains mee? H. I. S.
capiain Bob Buck.
Coach Al 6ibble's quinTeT had a I2-9 record and a TourTh-place Tie in Their TirsT
season oT especially Tough CenTral Pennsylvania League compeTiTion.
The all-Senior sTarTing Tive-Lou Croce. Zeke HarTman, Chic Hughes. Ray
Topper. and Bob STadulis-scored over IOO poinTs apiece To seT a new school
record. Lou and Zeke earned Third leTTersg Chick and Ray a second: and Bob his TirsT.
Forwards Croce and Hughes Tallied l22 and l83 poinTs respecTively. Hughes
led The SparTans in scoring. and he also ranked TiTTh in The league, wiTh l32. He
had The besT individual performance wiTh his 23 poinTs aT LancasTer.
CapTain HarTman'was The mosT consisTenT perTormer. His l75 poinTs included 49
on Touls, a deparTmenT in which he led. He also seT The Tollowing school records:
mosT consecuTive Toul shoTs. I4: mosT consecuTive Toul shoTs in one game. 8: and
mosT poinTs as a varsiTy player, 426.
Guards Topper and STadulis Tormed The backbone of The league's Third besT de-
Tense. Topper's l2l poinTs puT him over The lOO mark Tor The second sTraighT year.
His game record was 20. aT Lebanon. STadulis broke Through in The lasT game To
ToTal IO4, even Though he missed Three games during The season.
The squad's 853-poinT season ToTal and Their 40.6-poinT game average surpassed
The records seT by The H. I. S. cagers oT The pasT.
Five undergraduaTes-Bob BeTTleyon, Frank ETchberger. Bill Fry, Red PaTTerson.
and Wogey Richards-earned leTTers This year: and Seniors lvlax FahnesTock and
DuTCl'1 Dunleavy received numerals Tor Their TaiThTul work.
I. Coach Giloble ralking Things over
during a lime-ouf. A
2. Chic Hughes follows up Croce's run-
ning one-hander againsl Palmyra.
3. Croce ready Jro 'rhrow up a long ser.
4. Tension al' half-lime.
5. Zeke Harrman makes chariry Throw
Camp Hill 3l 28
Pine Grove 4I 40
Palmyra 36 46
Girard 52 32
Palmyra 48 30
Sfeelfon 30 39
Lebanon 46 36
John Harris 36 3l
York 42 45
William Penn 43 32
Reading 43 55
Lancasrer 43 32
Hershey 4l 32
Sfeellon 36 44
Lebanon 39 42
John Harris 34 4I
York 39 43
William Penn 44 23
Reading 34 49
Lancasler 53 38
Hershey 42 36
TOTALS 853 794
6. Chic Hughes and Zeke Har'rman wail-
ing for follow-ups.
7. Chic Hughes makes "firs1' and Ten"
8. Ray Topper drives in and lays H' up
againsr William Penn.
9. Zeke Har+n'ian wailing for rebound
againsl William Penn.
l0. Ray Topper gels shol' off againsl Pine
The I948 H. l. S. baseball Team in Their Tirsl' season as a member oT The CenTral
Pennsylvania League broke even in Their eighT league TilTs. WiTh only Three members
-Dale Adams, Harry Hepler, and Eddie Shepps-reTurning Trom The I947 nine.
Coaches Ralph Hoar and John ShowalTer aTTer much experimenT Tormed a combi-
naTion ThaT won Tour oT The lasT six games.
The Two Top hiTTers-Senior Harry Hepler and Junior Pud King-boTh hiT over
The .400 mark. PiTchers Dale Adams and Adam Fisher each won Two league games.
and The laTTer also won a non-league TilT by beaTing Susquehanna, 4-3.
ln league games The SparTan nine Trounced Hershey High Twice buT was deTeaTed
Twice by The Lebanon Cedars. They brolce even wiTh William Penn and John Harris.
The mosT one-sided vicTory was The I4-I deTeaT oT Hershey High. The only whiTe-
wash job was adminisTerecl To William Penn in our season's Tinale.
The l948 baseball squad consisTed oT Seniors Dale Adams, Joe Fry. Harry Hepler,
Ed Shepps, Don Smifh, and Bernie Reed. The Junior members, who are now Seniors,
were Lou Croce. Floyd Eberly, Max FahnesTock. Adam Fisher, Zeke HarTman, Chic
Hughes. Pud King, ArT PaTTerson. Bob STadulis, and Ray Topper. The Sophomores
were Bob BeTTleyon. Bill Fry, Glenn Herring, and Red PaTTerson.
WiTh The much-needed experience gained by The TirsT compleTe baseball schedule
since beTore The war, plus The reTurn oT ThirTeen players Trom lasT year, we believe
a sound ToundaTion has been laid Tor Tine SparTan nines oT The TuTure. As alumni, we
shall eagerly waTch Their progress.
WiTh buT one year's experience as a background. Coach Andy Kovach's maTmen
won six and losT Tour maTches This season. ln DisTricT 3 league compeTiTion The Team
won Tour and losT Three To Tie Tor Third-place sTanding.
As a whole The Team won 65 bouTs. drew Two. and losT 43. They won 22 bouTTs by
Talls while losing only nine in a like manner.
Freshman Darvin Hoke, wiTh no previous experience, had a very remarkable record
of II wins and no losses. He won seven league conTesTs, Three exhibiTion maTches.
and as The only represenTaTive Trom H. I. S. on The DisTricT 3 All-STar Team ThaT
wresTled Mepham High, N. Y.. he was one oT The Two All-Sriars who won Their
maTches. Hoke led our Team in scoring, wiTh 40 poinTs, and also won Three oT his
maTches by Talls.
Byron Weidow, Loy Findley. and Frank AlberTs had 7-3 records. Weidow was sec-
ond in scoring. wiTh 30 poinTs. and TirsT in wins by Talls, wiTh Tour. AlberTs and Find-
ley were Third and TourTh respecTively in scoring. Elmer ZiTsch, who goT sTarTed laTe
in The season, won his Tour maTches.
Jim HarTneTT broke lasT year's record oT a Tall in The shorTesT Time in a league
conTesT by gaining one in 56 seconds. Jim EisenhuTh esTablished an unoTTicial record
of 30 seconds Tor a Tall when he pinned his opponenT in ThaT Time in an exhibiTion
Seniors who saw acTion besides ZiTch, Findley, and EisenhuTh were Hensel Wil-
helm, Bill Venables, Fred Madeira, Jere Guldin, and Pud King.
Apr. 9 Susquehanna Twp. 4 3
27 John Harris 4 9
30 Lebanon 0 3
May 7 Hershey I4 I
II William Penn I 4
I4 John Harris 3 2
I8 Lebanon 2 5
25 Hershey 5 3
28 William Penn 8 O
I. Findley, Guldin, Wilhelm, and Ma-
deira prepare for a wreslling maich.
2. "Yer ouI', Zeke!"
3. Sladulis scores againsl' Hershey High.
4. Junior Fisher rounds lirsi base.
5. Pud King wairs for a good one.
6. Fred Madeira Irighll shakes hands
wi'rh his York heavyweighf opponent
7. Arresled molion.
8. Coaches Hacker and Kovach super-
vise a praciice bout Weidow Icenlerl
9. Red PaHerson misses a close one.
I0. Floyd Eberly dives back Io 'firsi base.
H ' O
Dec. 3I Hanover' 23 20
Jan. 6 Hershey' I3 28
I4 York 3I 9
20 Shippensburg 46 3
28 Wesl' York 42 8
Feb. 3 Lancasier 22 I5
8 Wes? York"' 34 6
I8 Hershey I2 23
2I Hanover I2 23
Mar. 4 Manheim I7 22
Tolals 252 I 57
I. V. FUUTBIIII
The Junior SparTans, under The guidance oT Coaches John lvl. Aichele, '39, and
Harold Hacker, '45, played a Tough, seven-game schedule and Tinished undeTeaTed.
They Then climaxed Their accompIishmenT by deTeaTing HummeIsTown High School
VarsiTy in an inviTaTion, posT-season. chariTy game. The enTire school is very proud
oT This record-The TirsT undeTeaTed season in H. I. S. sporTs hisTory since The six-
game, undefeaTed, unTied, and unscored-upon record oT The I939 J-V TooTbaIl Team
as coached by Mr. Giblole, now head varsiTy menTor.
NOT only was oiliensive power greaT, buT defensive play was also exceIIenT. While
gaining 2266 yards, They held Their opponenTs To II9l. '
NexT year's varsiTy will receive much TaIenT from Their undersTudies oT This year-+
players oT a calilore Thaf would be welcome on mosT high-school squads.
SepT. 24 William Penn I4 I3 -
OcT. I York 27 6
I4 John Harris 27 O
22 STeeITon 33 I3
29 Hershey 25 O
Nov. 4 Reading 49 I4
I2 Lebanon 30 I3
I6 HummelsTown VarsiTy I8 O
I. V. BASKETBAll
Under rhe able coaching of "Friiz" Miller, 'rhe junior varsiiy compleied a success-
ful season wiih a record of I I wins and 9 defeais. ln' our school's firs+ season in rhe
Cenfral Penn League 'rhey had a record of 6 wins and 8 defeais.
Donald Allender. a sophomore. se+ a school iayvee scoring record of I7I poinis.
ln addilion, George Tashie scored I33 poinis: Tom Eberly. a freshman. scored I03
poinisg and Tom Shaeicler enfered ihe seleci "IOO" group wilh IOI poinis. Red
lvlescan iusi missed +his group as he racked up 96 poinis. Joe Gosilc, a fine floor
player, 'roialed 59 poinis, as did Bob Beilleyon before being moved up io lhe varsily
laier in lhe season. L
These boys should add appreciable sirengrh io nexi year's varsily squad
H O H O
Camp Hill Hershey
Pine Grove Sleellon
Palmyra John Harris
Lebangn William P6-Hn
John Harris Reading
William Penn Hershey
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Our monThly school paper differs Trom mosT similar publicaTions in ThaT iT is pri-
marily a link beTween H. I. S. and people ouTside oT The school-alumni, parenTs,
and oThers inTeresTed in us and our acTiviTies.
The School lndusTrialisT is an acTiviTy in which boys who have journalisTic abiliTy can
display Their TalenTs and geT valuable experience in This field.
A unique TeaTure of This acTiviTy is The TacT ThaT more boys parTicipaTe in iT Than in
any oTher acTiviTy of The school. Included are The ediTorial sTaTT, all prinT-shop sTu-
denTs, Tarm reporTers. and The Junior and Senior commercial sTudenTs. who Type all
TexT maTerial, keep Tiles. and handle circulaTion. We pride ourselves upon The TacT
ThaT The enTire publicaTion is prinTed compleTely wiThin The school, and 'The qualiTy
of The prinTing compares very favorably wiTh commercial work. School circulaTion is
abouT 200, bu'T we are mosT proud of our mailing lisT of abouT IOOO paying subscrib-
ers. We also mail abouT l25 copies To oTher schools.
We wish To Take This opporTuniTy To express our profound appreciaTion To The
TaculTy chairman, Mr. F. A. Mincemoyer, who spends many exTra hours proofreading.
spacing, rewording, and making "layouT" dummies Tor The final.producT. Along wiTh
Mr. Mincemoyer we wish To Thank Messrs. l-less, LichTenberger, and Sandel, who as-
sisl' in proofreading: Messrs. STuckey and STahle, Tor supervision of prinTing: Mr. C. C.
Miller for Typing supervision: Mr. Shuler Tor phoTography: Mr. STacks Tor arT work:
Miss King and Mr. Hess Tor inside cover maTerialg and Mrs. Weaver Tor her eTFicienT
handling of subscripTions.
Every year a group oT Seniors are enTrusTed wiTh The Task oT publishing a yearbook.
TradiTionally named The Acropolis. The purpose oT This yearbook is To capTure The
spiriT of our high-school days. ln The TuTure iT should recall To us The Tamiliar scenes
and The Triendly companionship of our years aT H. I. S.
Donald Hughes was chosen as EdiTor-in-ChieT because he had The necessary eT-
Ticiency and because, as a prinTer, he could keep in Touch wiTh The book as The work
progressed. He did The layouT work and esTimaTed The word counT Tor each arTicle.
In due Time, wriTe-ups were prepared by AssociaTe EdiTors Bocian, DieTz, Dun-
leavy, EisenhuTh, Hand, High. and MclnTyre. To record The surroundings and acTivi-
Ties of our school liTe, Dave Shaver Took many picTures which will some day reT'resh
our memories oT H. l. S. much more vividly ThaT mere words could do. The s'TaTF
secreTaries-McCarThy. MounTz, and Sipple-did a Tine job in geTTing The wriTTen
maTerial ready Tor The PrinT Shop, where Form EdiTors ChrisToTes and STadulis
supervised The work oT The oTher Senior prinTers.
BuT we Seniors did noT do all The work. ivlr. lvlincemoyer had The diTFiculT job oT
proofreading and oT making The assignmenTs TiT pe-rTecTly The space allowed Tor Them:
ivlr. Shuler guided Shaver wiTh his phoTography work: Messrs. STuckey and STahle
supervised The prinTers: and Mr. STacks, arT insTrucTor, helped Hughes wiTh layouT
and ArT EdiTor Morrison wiTh his drawings. To Them and To lvlr. Markley, DirecTor OT
VocaTional EducaTion. go our collecTive Thanks Tor Their assisTance in producing The
I949 ediTion oT The Acropolis,
The Choir, under The mosT capable direcTion oT Mr. J. Ross AlberT. did an
unusually splendid job This year. This group may have been subordinaTed in The
pasT, buT iT is now an ouTsTanding musical organizaTion aT H. l. S.
Our Choir may be ThoughT of as a "farm club" which sends a conTinual Tlow of
TalenT To our Glee Club. In TacT, iT isn'T hard To Trace The background of many
Glee Clubbers To The "mighTy miTes" of The Choir.
We admire Mr. AlberT Tor The worlc he has done wiTh This group. Teaching a
roomTul of l'ToTs" a single chorale number is noT easy, buT he coached The
Choir so well ThaT iT sang an enTire concerT. IT also conTribuTed sTirring and hearT-
warming music To The H. l. S. Annual Spring Show.
The work of The Choir aT our Sunday church services should noT be overlooked.
This organizaTion TrequenTly conTrilouTed excellenT rendiTions oT spiriTuals and oTher
religious works To enhance The programs.
The younger boys, The sopranos and alTos, are Trom grades six To nine. They
have secTional rehearsals weekly To "hash ouT" The hard parTs. The Tenors and
basses are all members of The Glee Club. '
A maior posiTion of The Choir is ThaT oT sTudenT accompanisT,. and Dale Peiffer
has had a monopoly on iT Tor Three years. We complimeni' him hearTily on 'his
well-done job and wish The besT of luck To his successor.
IT is wiTh greaT pride ThaT we poinT To This group oT boys who produced music
fine in qualiTy. inTerpreTaTion, and Technique.
STarTed in i935 by Mr. A. Leon Reisinger, The Glee Club increased in populariTy
year aTTer year. lT is one oT The mosT prominenT and exTensive exTracurricular acTiv-
iTies aT H. l. S.
Today, under The direcTion oT Mr. J. Ross AlberT, a graduaTe oT The Music Con-
servaTory oT Lebanon Valley College, This parTicular musical organizaTion oT our school
is known Tor miles around because oT The excellenT concerTs rendered by The boys aT
churches, schools, and social gaTherings. The music ranges from religious numbers To
Toll: songs and popular ballads. '
Having won TirsT place in Class B sTaTe compeTiTion Tor The lasT Two years, our Glee
Club was now Taced wiTh The exceedingly high goal oT mainTaining ThaT repuTaTion Tor
excellence. BoTh old and new members worked hard under The excellenT direcTion oT
Mr. AlberT To reach ThaT goal. and we Seniors Teel ThaT They have achieved ThaT which
They seT ouT To do.
The members oT The Glee Club have had a greaT deal oT Tun and Teel ThaT They owe
very much To Their direcTor, Mr. AlberT. They are very graTeTul To him Tor his eTTorTs
in developing The vocal TalenT presenT in This year's organizaTion and Tor arranging
so many concerT Trips.
ln closing, we, The Class oT l949, wish The besT oT luck To The H. I. S. Glee Clubs
oT The TuTure. We hope ThaT They, Too, will enioy Their work, puT TorTh much eTTorT,
become successTul and popular, and spend many hours in happy Tellowship while
bringing pleasure To oThers.
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Under The able supervision oT Mr. J. ATlee Young. The Band has become a widely
known organizaTion. ln spiTe OT The loss of TalenT Trom lasT year's class, Mr. Young
has kepT The Banol's performance high in qualiTy.
QuaranTined Tor six weeks during The TooTball season and laclcing lcey members
who were on The Team, The Band neverTheless managed To play aT every home game
excepT PaTTerson Park and also made Trips Tor The Lebanon and John Harris games.
In The annual Harrisburg ChrisTmas Band ConcerT Parade our group was The only
one oT The sevenTeen bands compeTing ThaT was noT glamourized by a feminine
"TronT." In spiTe oT ThaT TacT. our boys compared very Tavorably wiTh The compeTi-
Tion, especially in Their playing abiliTy.
The big evenT oT The year was The Annual Spring ConcerT, held in The Hershey
CommuniTy Building Theafre. The nicely balanced program included novelTy Tunes.
lively marches, and symphonic composiTions. The Band gave, as usual, iTs expecTed
excellenf presenTaTion To an appreciaTive audience.
NexT year, Mr. Young will Tind himselT Tilling The gap leTT by nineTeen graduaTing
members. However. judging him by his pasT record, we are sure he will rise To The
occasion and develop anoTher Tine organizaTion.
The Senior members of The Band will never TorgeT Mr. Young's abiliTy and paTi-
ence, nor will They ever Tail To marvel aT The excellenT resulTs he consisTenTly obTains
wiTh only abouT an hour a week scheduled Tor all band work-musical rehearsal.
sTraighT marching drill, and Tigure TormaTions.
Among our school's musical organizaTions The SparTans have deTiniTely secured
an upper berTh. WiTh iTs solid beaT and iivey syncopaTion iT has ranlced high in
The minds OT us all, and iTs populariTy in The surrounding viciniTy suggesTs ThaT
This band deserves aT leasT some oT The praise iT has received.
ATTer The deparTure oT lasT year's senior class. we Tou-nd our musical deparTmenT
sTill bulging wiTh TalenT, Thereby paving The way Tor able replacemenTs To Till The
Tew vacancies. When The SparTans TirsT convened Tor rehearsals, They again Tound
lvlr. W. Purnell Payne digging inTo his iob as direcTor wiTh his usual enThusiasm-
demanding precise rhyThm and superb qualiTy. We Talce This opporTuniTy To express
our deep appreciaTion oT The excellenT resulTs he obTained.
We can appreciaTe even more The work ThaT These boys accomplished if we re-
member ThaT Their rehearsal Time was chieTly aTTer-lunch spare Time spenT in perTecTing
The dance music so popular aT H. I. S. and in This viciniTy.
Besides playing aT numerous school programs, The SparTans also played Tor a
number oT exchange programs, senior class dances oT surrounding high schools, and
social TuncTions in neighboring communiTies.
AlThough The cleparTure oT nine senior members oT The SparTans will leave a huge
gap in The ranks oT The "hep-caTs," we are sure ThaT TalenTed underclassmen will
sTep inTo The "rhyThmical booTs" of These boys. ably Till Them, and in a shorT Time
do Their parT To creaTe anoTher ediTion of a dance band ThaT can swing sweeT or
hoT wiTh equal ease. T
The STudenT SenaTe is composed of one represenTaTive Trom each Tarm home.
This year. Tor The TirsT Time in The hisTory oT our school, The SenaTe had advisers
Trom The TaculTy-Mr. Alfred Giblole, coach oT our successful baslQeTball and TooTball
Teams, and Mr. Glen Lynn, a well-liked houseTaTher Trom H. l. S. Cloverdale. These
able men were selecTed by The SenaTe and approved by The AdminisTraTive STaTT.
The SenaTe members wish To express Their deep graTiTude To These men and also
To Mr. John O. Hershey and Mr. Benjamin F. Olena Tor all The able assisTance They
oTTered ThroughouT This school year.
This year The officers oT The STudenT SenaTe were as follows: PresidenT, Ray Top-
per: Vice-PresidenT, Louis Croce: and SecreTary, Ira l-larTman. These boys puT TorTh
greaT eTforT To make This year's SenaTe a success. Their eTForTs were noT in vain, and
we appreciaTe greaTly Their worlc.
The purpose of The STudenT SenaTe aT H. l. S. is Tor iT To acT as a mediaTor be-
Tween The sTudenT body and our adminisTraTion. The SenaTe brings TorTh new ideas
To beTTer our school and Tarm-home liTe. Many problems conTronTing The sTudenT
body are oTTenTimes cleared up in SenaTe meeTings. The cooperaTion among The
adminisTraTors. advisers, SenaTe members. and sTudenT body was indeed commend-
able during This pasT year. Their combined eTForTs have seT a high sTandard Tor H. l. S.
SenaTes of The TuTure To equal-or surpass if They can.
As we loolc baclc over The school year, we can TruThTully say ThaT The year l948-
l949 had a STudenT SenaTe ThaT sTrove Toward The beTTermenT OT our school.
Heading for Home
We Seniors leave H. I. S. assured ThaT The TradiTions oT The school will be ably up-
held by The Class oT I95O.
The Juniors have already proved Themselves valuable asseTs To our TooTbalI. baskeT-
ball, baseball. and wresfling Teams. We are cerTain ThaT nexT year, as Seniors. They
will uphold The Tine repuTaTion our school has esTablished in The Tield oT sporTs.
The Glee Club, SparTans, Band, and Choir have also proTiTed by The TalenTs of mu-
sically-minded members oT This class.
Up To This Time mosT Juniors have been Tollowing along in The general rouTine oT
school IiTe. conTenT To IeT The Seniors be The leaders. Now, as The year draws To a
close. They sense Their coming responsibiliTies and are looking Torward To The Time
when They will be Seniors.
As'They end Their Junior year, They will realize The imporTance oT sTudying hard in
Their lasT year here. Many will regreT noT having sTarTed years ago.
As we approach The end oT our reign as Seniors and leaders of H. I. S., we can
noT avoid wondering whaT manner of descripTions and book reporTs Ivlr. STraiT will
be able To wresT Trom These inexperienced Juniors or how Mr. Hoerner will be able
To imparT any knowledge oT TrigonomeTry To Them. WhaT we do know is ThaT They
will soon Think oT These men and Their oTher Teachers noT iusT as Teachers buT as per-
sonal Triends who wanT To help Them.
Juniors. we members of The Class oT I949 upon our gracIuaTion Turn over To you-
wiTh compleTe conTidence in you-The leadership responsibiliTies oT H. I. S.
We members of fhe Class of I949 are abouf fo leave our alma mafer fo carry on
in affer-school life fhe fields of sfudy we began when we were Sophomores. Our de-
parfure will creafe many vacancies in fhe personnel of all sfudenf organizafions, buf
we have no fear fhaf The sfandards sef by our class and by preceding classes will de-
cline. Unless hisfory fails fo repeal' ifself here af H. l. S., ample replacemenfs will
appear when fhe need arises.
If is fo be expecfed fhaf nexf year fhe burden of H. I. S. leadership will nafurally
be fhe lof of fhe presenf Juniors, our immediafe successors, buf fhey will nolf be able
fo carry 'rhaf load alone. Happily, fhey will noi have fo, for in fhe presenf Sophomore
Class fhere is much falenf of all kinds-in scholarship. in leadership. in afhlefics. in mu-
sic, and in fhe lesser-sfressed acfivifies of our school. This class has many boys who
have already shown greaf promise of oulsfanding abilify in fhe various fields of high-
H. l. S. has had a glorious hisfory ever since ifs founding in l909 and especially
since The opening in I934 of our magnificenf iunior-senior high-school building here
on Paff's Hill. Our fradifions of oufsfanding accomplishmenf in all phases of school
life have been consisfenfly high, a'nd we. as Seniors, are proud of our confribufion 'ro
fhe fine record of our school.
As we leave H. I. S., we wish fo express our confidence in fhe abilify of fhe Sopho-
more Class fo make a maior confribufion foward mainfaining fhe high sfalndards of
our school for The nexf Two years of ifs life.
The Freshman year of a boy's high-school life is one of greaT imporTance, Tor iT
is here The Training QT an underclassman begins. Some of The many duTies and
obligaTions are hard: some are quiTe enjoyable. l-le begins To realize The sTeps ThaT
musT be Taken in order To become a Senior.
This is The Time when boys discard Their cherished yo-yos, pea shooTers, and oTher
assorTed novelTies ThaT were so much a parT of Their colorTul elemenTary and junior-
high-school life. Numerous oTher changes come abouT also. Mussed Tresses change
To well-groomed hair, and baggy knickers surrender To neaTly creased Trousers.
Freshmen soon become aware oT The many acTiviTies in our seTup. and many of
These boys compeTe Tor places in The various branches oT our Music DeparTmenT-
The Band, Glee Club. and SparTans- hoping To reap The beneTiTs afforded by mem-
bership in These organizaTions.
In The realm of sporTs The Freshmen are The Tellows who help To make up The Third
and TourTh sTrings on The varsiTy squads. They engage in sporTs Tor The experience
ThaT will lead Them To TirsT-sTring berThs in years To come. Among The ouTsTanding
a+hIe+es in The Freshman Class are Tom Eberly and Byron Weidow. They and many
oThers will be asseTs To TuTure varsiTy Teams.
To sum iT up. we, The Class of I949, can resT assured ThaT These young men will
be capable oT Tilling The vacancies leTT by Their predecessors. We are conTidenT ThaT
They will Take advanTage oT The many and diverse opporTuniTies ThaT a school as greaT
as ours can oTTer.
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