New Cumberland High School - Shawnee Yearbook (New Cumberland, PA)
- Class of 1944
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I I I YOUR SCHOOL.
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cant to graduating seniors we choose NOW as our title. NOW
will be a book of reflections of high school daysat New Cumber-
on ending for seniors, but gay bright days that are
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Puckcus, Times business xuauugcrg 0'NcaL Second row: Ruby,
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Fame. Their qualifies of service, leadership,
scholarship, and character have earned them
I-IARRY CASSEL: Varsity sports, Jr., Sr. play
EDWIN ERNEY: Varsity sports, Football captain
JOSEPH FICKESI Class president, Varsity baslcetbal
BETTY FRANK: Jr., Sr. play, Student council
JUNE GEMMILL: Editor of NOW, TIMES start
JANE NEWCOMER: Central treasury, Red Cross council
CHESTER RICHWINE: Student Band leader, Orchestra
I-IAROLLD STAHLE: Stage crew, Chorus
FLORENCE WALKER: TIMES staif, Jr., Sr. play
ROSS WATTS: NOW Sports writer, TIMES staff
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John J. Adam . . G
s eneral . .Intramurals 1 2 3 J
, , 5 oyce A. Bomgardner . . Commercial . . Intramurals
Varsity football 3, 45 Baseball 15 Athletic club 1, 2, 3, 45 1, 2, 35 Home Economics club 4 . . witty . . happy-go-
Student leader 4 . . midnight snacks . . lackadaisical lucky.
. . playing records. ,
William B. Brackett . . Academic . . Intramurals 3, 45
John E Anderson General Orchestra 1 2 3, Track 45 Baseball 1, 2 . . bashful Willie . . reading.
iI'raek25Studentleader4 . . scientific ability . . blush- Wayne Bricker g G General i . Intramurals 2, 3, 4:
ing . . plays the violin. Ch . . . .
J. Douglas Andre . .
Student council 1 2' Track 1 2' uiet
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pearance . . walking with his dog . . becomes an avia-
tion cadet . . mechanics.
Charles D. Bates . . Commercial . . Intramurals 1,2, 3,
45 Band 1, 2, 35 Chorus 2, 3, 45 Operetta 15 Play 35
W' V' 4 .
arslty football 3, 4, Baseball 15 Athletic club 1, 2, 3 . .
football center . . movies . . sports.
Dolores M. Beiter . . General . . Intramurals 45 Band
1, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 45 Typing club 2, 3 . . play-
ing the trombone . . blonde hair.
Earl B. Benner . . General . . Intramurals 1, 2, 35 Jun-
ior varsity basketball 35 Varsity basketball 4 . . telling
jokes . . happy-go-lucky . . sports.
Miriam Best . . Commercial . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 45
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ome Economics club 3, 45 Library club 3, 4 . . teasing
. . those angora socks . . reading.
sen . . Academic Intramurals 3,45
orus 3 . . friendly disposition . . talkative.
Harry E. Cassel . . Academ' . . I
ic ntramurals 1, 2, 3, 45
Play 3, 45 Varsity football 45 Student council 15 Class
vice-president 15 Varsity basketball 3, 4 . . his brains.
Harriet Cline . . Commercial . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3
Sh . . d. . . . .
y rea ing . . typing . . friendship with Snokeyi
Mary E. Conrad . . General . . Intramuralsl 2' O
, , per-
etta 1 . . added Mrs. to her name . . talkative . .
James Cookerly. .General Intramuralsl 2 3 4 S
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dent council 45 Football 15 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Athletic
club 1, 2, 3, 45 Student leader 4 . . science.
Marion L. Deckman . . Commercial . . Intramurals 1,
2, 3, 45 Chorus . . quiet . . soft voice.
Robert Dcppen . . Gen l
era . . Intramurals 1, 35 Chorus
2, 35 Varsity football 3, 45 Baseball 1, 25 Varsity basket-
ball 3, 45 Student leader 3 4 all th '
, . . ose trips to Harris-
burg . . sports.
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Harry S. Diffenderfer . . Academic . . Intramurals 3,
Varsity football 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2 . . football playing
. . usually late.
Elmer Doll . . Academic . . Intramurals 1, Band- 1,
Student council 4 . . neat appearance . . enthusiastic.
Norma Jane Dorwart . . General . . Intramurals 1,
Chorus 1 . . crossing continent three times . . likeable.
Edwin S. Erney . . General . . Intramurals 2, 3, 4,
Band 1, Varsity football 2, 3, 4, Varsity basketball 3, 4,
Baseball 2, Track 3, Student leader 3, 4, Class vice-
president 3 . . football captain . . dancing.
Frederick Fehl . . Commercial . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3,
4, Band 1, 2, 3, Yarsity basketball 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2,
Student leader 2, 3, 4, Science club 1, Athletic club 1, 2,
3, 4 . . devilish . . sports.
Vance Fehl . . General . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3, Chorus
2, 3, 4, Operetta 1, Play 3, 4, Yearbook staff 4, Stage
crew 2, 3, 4, Science club 2, 3, Times staff 4, Student
leader 4 . . pleasing personality.
Joseph B. Fiekes . . Academic . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4:
Class president 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 3, Play 3, 4, Varsity
basketball 3, 4, Student council 1, 2, 3 . . his leadership
. . dancing . . piano.
Richard L. Fields . . General . . Intramurals 1, 2, Band
1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, Student leader 4 . . Ford convertible
. . witty.
Lorain M. Fisher . . General . . Intramurals 2, 3 .
intramural volleyball . . bashful . . reading.
Robert H. Folk . . Commercial . . Intramurals 2, 3, 4,
Play 3, Baseball 2, Student council 3, Student leader 4
. . being late for junior play . . curly hair.
N. Lee Foreman . . Academic . . Student council 3, 4,
Class vice-president 4 . . his speeches . . dependable.
June M. Fox . . Commercial . . lessons always prepared
. . reserved . . crocheting.
Mabel D. Fox . . General . . Intramurals 2 . . athletic
ability . . blushes . . school activities.
Mary E. Frank . . Academic . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4,
Chorus 1, 2, 3, Operetta 1, Play 3, 4, Student council 2, 4,
"21,' club 3, 4, Home Economics club 1, 3, 4 . . pleasing
personality . . dependable.
June M. Gemmill . . Academic . . Student council 4,
Yearbook staff 4, Times staff 4, Play 3, Band 1, 2, Oper-
etta 1, Bed Cross council 4, Student leader 4, Home
Economics club 1, 2, 3 . . yearbook editor . . dancing.
Mary Anne Golfus . . General . . Intramurals 1,2,3,4,
Band 3, 4, Chorus 4, Operetta 1, Yearbook staff 4,
Times staff 4, Student leader 4, Student council 1, 2, 3,
Library club 1 . . her twirling . . eating.
Seniors N 0 W
Rosella Jane Gross . . Commercial . . her giggle . .
generous . . knitting.
Oscar L. Hake . . General . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4,
Student council 2, 3, 4, Class vice-president 2, Student
leader 2, 3, 4, Cross State Run 1 . . ability to be hypno-
tized . . modesty.
Janet L. Hall . . General . . Band 1, 3, 4, Operetta 1,
Play 3, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, Home Economics club 2, 3, 4,
Library club 1, 2, Student leader 3, 4 . . drum majorette
. . big blue eyes.
Russell Haring . . Commercial . . daydreaming . . nar-
rowfeyes 1. . hunting . . employment . . mechanical.
Marion Hurst . . General . . Chorus 3, Operetta 1,
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, Central Treasury 4, Class secretary l
. . efficient . . playing the piano.
Eric Johnson . . General . . Yarsity football 3,4,Intra-
murals 4, Athletic club 3, 4, Student leader 4 . . his love
for Georgia . . southern travel.
William J. Johnson . . Academic . . Boys Glee club 3,
Chorus 4, Play 3, 4 . . gift of gab . . arguing . . pin-
ochle . . writing.
Joan Kephart . . General . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4,
Home Economics club 1, 3, 4, "21,' club 4, Library club
2, 3, Student leader 4, Chorus 3 . . black hair . . care-
free . . eating.
Barbara A.Kilheifer . . Academic . . Intramurals4 . .
bashfulness . . talkative . . taking the dog for walk.
Thelma M. Killinger . . Commercial . . Intramurals 1,
2, 3, 4, Student council 1, 4, Home Economics club 4,
"21" club 3, 4, Student leader 4 . . shortness . . blue
eyes . . collecting stamps.
Helen M. Landis . . General . . Chorus 3, Intramurals
4, "21" club 4 . . her marriage to Don . . long brown
hair . . writing to Don.
Jean Long . . Commercial . . Intramurals 1,0peretta 1
. . solo in English class . brown wavy hair . . cook-
ing . . secretary.
Ralph L. Lyons . . Commercial . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3,
4, Football 1, Basketball manager 2, Baseball 1, 2 . .
taking Junior subjects . . loud laughs . . building
Janice McDanel . . Academic . . companionship with
Barbara . . small feet . . radioing . . nurse.
Miriam L. McKerrocher . . Commercial . . Intramu-
rals 1, 2, Chorus 3, 4 . . engagement to Jim . . blue eves
. . hiking . . nurse.
James C. Marks . . Commercial . . Football manager 4,
Science club 3 . . quietness . . bashful . . movies . .
Doris A. Myers . . Academic . . Chorus 1 . . bashful-
ness . . quiet . . singing . . nurse.
Genevieve M. Miller . . Commercial . . Susquehanna
Township high school play 3, Try-Hi-Y-club . . mis-
chieviousness . . friendly . . writing letters.
Mary Jane Murray . . Academic . . Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4,
"21" club 3, 4, Home Economics club 1, 3, 4, Red Cross
council 1, 2, 3, 4 . . studying . . quiet . . music.
Betty Nagle . . Commercial . . Intramurals 1 . . sing-
ing . . friendly . . dancing . . stenographer.
Jane Newcomer . . Commercial . . Chorus 2, 3, 4, Play
3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 4, Central Treasury 4, Library
club 2, 3, 4, Bed Cross council 1, 2, 3, 4, i'21" club 3, 4,
Student leader 2, 3, 4 . . Red Cross work . . willing. .
Beryl J. 0,Neal . . General . . Band 4, Chorus 4, Intra-
murals 1, 2, Yearbook staff 4, "2l" club 3, 4, Bed Cross
council 2, 3, 4, Times staff 4, Student leader 4 . . devil-
ishness . . dancing.
Miriam E. Owens . . Academic . . Senior play, Intra-
murals 2, 3, 4, Yearbook stall' 4, Home Economics club
2, 3, 4, Library club 2, 3, 4, Assembly 3, Times stall'4 . .
dependability . . talkativeness . . reading.
Udine C. Parthermer . . Academic . . Band 1, 2, 3, 4,
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Operetta 1, Play 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2,
3, Home Economics club 2, 3, 4, Class office 1, 2, 3, 4 . .
serious talks . . pugnose.
Dorothy Patterson . . General . . Chorus 4, Play 3, 4,
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook staff 4, Times staff 4,
Student leader 2, 4, Assembly 3, Home Economics club
3, 4 . . hearty laugh . . secretary,
Nancy E. Peckens . . General . . Band 4, Chorus 3, 4,
Play 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Yearbook staff 4, Times
stall' 4, "21" club 3, 4, Home Economics club 4, Assembly
3 . . flirting . . red hair.
Betty J. Peschart . . Academic . . Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4,
Home Economics club 1, 2, 3 . . crush on football player
. . pleasing smile.
Joyce Plymire . . General . . giggling . . green eyes . .
Richard S. Pomraning . . Commercial . . Intramurals
2, 3, 4, Student leader 4 . . cowboying . . happy-go-
Dale Quigley . . General . . Chorus 3, 4, Boys' Glee
club 3, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Athletic club 2, 3, Student
leader 3, 4 . . teasing.
Joan E. Reany . . Academic . . Intramurals 1, 3, Cen-
tral Treasury 4, Home Economics club 1 . . persevering.
Yvonne C. Reeser . . Academic . . Chorus 3, 4, Oper-
etta . . talking . . daydreaming.
t Academic . . Intramurals 2' Play
l 2 3, 43 Stage crew I, 2, 33
ll 3, 4 . . scientific
Raab A. Seehris . .
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Mary Adelle Rehbein . . Academic . . Intramurals 1,
4g Home Economics club 43 Library club 23 Chorus 1, 3' Choru ,
2, 43 Orchestra 33 Class oliice 33 Play 4 . . southern Boy's Glee club 3
drawl. ability . . lightning ash remova .
L- JuIwReigl1ter - - ACH'-l0IHiC - - Band l, 23 Cl10I'uS 2, Pearl Shindel . . Commercial . . Intramurals 3,
3, 43 Play 33 Home EC0I10IHlGS Club 2, 3, 43 'i2ll' Club 3. 4 Home Economics club 4 . . driving Terraplane.
. . singing in class . . art.
Doris L. Shuler . . Commercial . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3,
Chester L- Rlohwlno - - Commercial - - llll9l'allllll'alS lv 4: Chorus 4g Home Economics club 4 . . sense of humor
2, 3, 43 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 43 Student . v pug nose I . reading.
leader 2g Student band leader 4 . . cornet playing . .
loud ties and socks. Dolores Smith . . Commercial . . Intramurals 2, 33
I Play 43 Home Economics club 3, 43 Dramatic club 1 . .
Anita M. Ruby . . Academlc . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 43 acting ability . I ambitious r . radio'
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 Play 3g Operetta I3 'L2l" club 43 Red
Cross C0uf1Cil 2, 32 Time-S' Staff 3, 4: Yearbook staff 3, 43 Elizabeth B. Snoke . . Commercial . . Intramurals 1
Student leader 2, 4 . . Times editor . . friendliness . . 2, 3, 43 Student council 43 Library club 2, 3, 43 Student
art. leader 3 . . friendship with Harriet . . pleasantness
-lane F' Sanders - - Aoadomlo - - Intramurals 1, 2' 3, 49 Evelyn E. Snyder . . Commercial . . seriousness . . long
Operetta I3 Class secretary 43 "21" club 3, 4g Library brown bail, l r reading u I Singing.
club I, 23Student leader 3,4 . . curly hair . . witty . .
athletics. Bruce H. Souders . . Academic . . Baseball 1, 23 Stu
Jean M. Sanders . . Academic . . Intramurals 1, 23 dent C0l'm'1'1 ' ' Cute ' ' broad grm'
Cheerleader 3, 43 Class treasurer 3, 43 Library club 2 . . Charles A- Spangler I . Academic U ' Intramurals 3 4
Captain of Cheerleaders ' ' Cute Smlle' . . entertaining sophomore girls . . unruly hair.
Academlc ' ' Intramurals 13 22Atl1' Harolld J. Stable . . Academic . . Intramurals l 2
lv 23 Football lf 2, 3, Ll? Cheerleader l, 23 Chorus l, 2, 3, 43 Glee club 2 3
ta l - - Ofigl- Operetta 13 Science club 1, 2, 33 Stage crew 1, 2 3 4
Robert Schade . .
letic club 1, 2, 3, 43 Baseball
Chorus 43 Boy's Glee club 1, 2, 3g Operet
nality . . kinky hair.
Sponsler , , Commercial , , Intramurals 4g Patricia J. Webster . . General . . Intramurals 2 . .
Home Economics Club 4 , . talking in Study hall' frankness . . talkative . . loafmg . . mathematics.
Marian Steifee . . Academic . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4g N. Genevieve Wilt . . Commercial . . Intramurals 1, 2,
Class secretary 1, 2g Operetta 1g Student council 2, 3g 3, 4g Student council lg Chorus 4 . . giggling . . eating
E21' club 3, 4g Chorus 1, 2g Home Economics club 3, 43 . . small features . . typing . . to be a nurse.
lay 3 . . good nature.
, Todd L. Wolf . . Academic . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 43
Eleanor M. Wagner . . Commercial . . Intramurals 1, Football lg Dramatic Club 3? Camera Club 2, 39 press
2,32BaHd1,13,42Ofchestfa3,42Ch0fuS410Pefem1: club 3 . . lightning ash removal . . drawing during
Student leader 2, 3g Llbrary club 2, 3, 4. Classes D . lawyer.
Florence M. Walker . . Academic . . Chorus 4g Play 3, . . . .
4g Yearbook staff 4, Times stall' 45 Home Economics Aust? lxmger 'li Coimgfirclal ' t' blushes easllya '
club 4 . . dramatic ability . . pleasing personality. Eggoztelfau' ' ' ro er S 3 mg ' ' ypmg ' ' newsp pe
Ross M. Watts . . Academic . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4g
Glee club 23 Play 43 Varsity football 43 Basketball 23 Harriet J. Zeigler . C
Yearbook stall' 3, 4g Times staff 3, 49 Science club 3, 43 Home E
Student leader 4 . . sports page editor.
. ommercial . . Intramurals 1, 2,
conomics club 2, 4 . . neatness . . dignified
. . crocheting . . secretary . . typing.
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Class Specialties . .
QSoloists . . Harolld Stahle and Florence
Walker entertained you at your Christmas as-
sembly this year. Harolld sang Birlhday of a King
and Florence, 0 Holy Night. Bob Schade and
June Reighter are faithful members of your high
school chorus. Qlilocutionist . . Dolores
Smith also held your attention in an assembly by
giving you a reading entitled Hal-Buying.
Qllusicians . . three are Joe Fickes, Joan
Heaney and Marian Hurst. Joe and Marian
accompanied your glee clubs last year. .loan feels
at home at the console of an organ. QStars . .
in your class plays are Betty Frank, Ross VVatts,
Nancy Peckens and Vance Fehl. QArt . . is
Anita Ruby's hobby. She is always drawing a
caricature of you or making a linoleum cut for
MUST POPULAR MUST ATHLETIC
Mary Gollus Lee Foreman Jane Sanders Edwin Erney
BEST ALL ARUUND BEST DANCER
Marian Sterlee Joseph Ficlces Marian Sterlee Joseph Ficlces
MUST PLEASING PERSUNALITY BEST ACTOR
Florence Walker Douglas Andresen Betty l:ranl4 Vance Felul
MUST ATTRACUVE MUST UNUSUAL
June Gemmill l-larry Dillenderler Barbara Killmerler Wayne Bricker
WITTIEST MUST AMBll'lUUS
Joyce Bomgardner Lee Foreman Norma Dorwart Raab Seclwrist
MUST CU-UPERA-l'lVE MUST DIGNIFIED
Florence Wallcer Joseph l:icl4es June Gemmill Douglas Andresen
Under leadership of Lee Foreman,
Council directed the student body in
two Wiar Bond campaigns, raising a
total of 5SfZ5.200.
All Selioolk Dance with Red McCar-
lhy's orchestra topped the Councilis
soeial life project.
Pictured are, first row: Gemmill, see-
rotaryg Foreman, presidentg Hake:
Killinger, treasurer. Second row: Holi'-
man, Good, Stone, Hurnsey, Snoke.
Third row: P, Anderson, Frank, Ride-
wood, B. Anderson. Fourth row: Doll,
Nauss, Cookerly, VVise. Fifth row:
Beckley, adviserg Hanneman. Kerlin.
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QCentral Treasury centralizes the banking system of your high school.
Bankers are Heaney, Newcomer, Mrs. McShane, adviser, and Hurst . .
f421,' Club girls are seen selling candy at your football and basketball
games. The "2l" girls are: First row: Killinger, Peckens, Reighter, Steffee,
president, O'Neal, secretary, Ramsay, treasurer, Ruby, Landis, and Miss
Wiest, adviser. Second row: Miller, Stoner, Jane Sanders, G. Jackson, Wiles,
Newcomer, Smith. Third row: Murray, Frank, Kephart, Mathias, Good.
Orchestra is conducted by .leanne
Floagle. Members are, seated: Sloop,
Grey, Hoyer, Clark, Beiter, Wagner.
Standing: Fleagle, Wharen, Shearer,
Fiekling, Buch, Riehwine, Leiter,
Stelfee, Fields . . .
A thletic Club supervised by Coach
Peiffer is comprised of all boys partici-
pating in varsity sports. Ross Watts,
seventh in the first row, was your
basketball managerg Bill Eggert, fifth
in second row, your football man-
ager . . .
Chorus of approximately forty
voices was featured in your Christmas
program. Jeanne Fleagle directed.
Florence VValker, third in second row
and Harolld Stahle, third in fourth
row, were the soloists.
Red CFOSS Clluncil members seat-
ed are: Riddle, Bates, seeretary-treas-
urerg Murray, vice-president, Mrs
Hartman, adviser, Newcomer, presi-
dent, 0'Neal, Gemmill, Standing
Anderson, Foster, Shearer, Faust,
Deppen, Roberts, Bruehlaeker, In-
gusti, Urieh, Conley, Miller.
Library Club gives you your stu-
dent librarians. They are, sitting:Wal
lace, Sweeney, Snoke, Wagner, New
corner, Whistler, Hawkins. Standing:
F reysinger, Rogers, Roberts, Herman,
Gordon, Miss Snyder, adviser, Mulli
gan, Smith, Jackson, Gipple, Wise,
Home Economic club'sbig proj-
ect l'or the year was the makingofslip-
pers for soldiers in New Cumberland
barracks. Ollieers, second row, are:
Parthermer, treasurer, Mathias, sec-
retary, Frank, vice-president, Hall,
presidentg Miss Hamer, adviser.
Pictured below are head coach Fred
Peiffer and assistant Coach Walter
"Whitey" Bailets. Peilfer and Bailcts
have led Tiger football, basketball
squads into friendly combat since 1936.
Mr. Bailets has continued football
with Peiller since '36, but dropped from
basketball in l940. Since the l936 sea-
son thc Tiger squads have copped six-
teen trophies under their leadership.
averaging two cups per year, either first
or second place. Of these sixteen cups
ten were given for first place standing,
four for second place, and two Junior
Yarsity basketball trophies from the
Harrisburg Suburban League. Nine
were football trophies and seven basket-
Shown in the action pic Lures, crashing Red Lion defenses
is Harry Diffenderfer i883 in senior fullback. Leaders of sound
effects pictured center are .lean Sanders, captaing Jackie Pannel,
Mary J. Finkenbinder, Phyllis Anderson, Betty Stoner, and
Your Football Resume '
Unstoppcd by heat, cold, rain, mud, or ice the Tigers
sweated, slopped, and froze themselves to finish in the
Class A runner-up position of the Lower Susquehanna
Football Conference. The Tigers were stopped twice
throughout the entire season.
N .C.-32 Yeagertownf12
In the season opener at Yeagertown, September 25, a
green Tiger eleven smashed through their Mifflin County
opponents in the first conference battle 32-12.
N .C.-6 Lower Pax ton-0
Returning to Memorial Field tl1e following Saturday the
home aggregation met stiff opposition by Lower Paxton,
and managed to slip through their second conference tilt
with a six point victory,
N.C.-34 Patton Sehool'6
Following the Lower Paxton thriller the Blue and White
met a much different team October 9 when they swamped
the Patton Trade School of Elizabethtown under a heavy
N. C.-0 Mechanicshu rg-9
Playing their only night game of the season at Mechan-
icsburg, October 15, the local gridders suffered their first
setback at the hands of the "Wildcats" holding the Maroon
and Gray the first half and part of the second half until
the fatal blows were landed.
N .C..-28 Enola-7
Enraged by the result of the previous game the "Devil
Cats" scrapped their way through a heavy Enola eleven,
bouncing them back again and again to build up a 28e7
N .C.f40 West Yorke-0
The next three games following the Enola battle provcd
to be the lightest of the schedule with the regulars on the
bench as much as the reserves. The initial game of this trio
was played in York with the home eleven winning over
West York 40-0.
N.C.i45 Red Lion-0
The next week, November 6, the Pied Lion "Lions" met
the "Tiger Gang" and were hurled back and badly beaten
by a 45-0 score.
N .C.f41 Millersburg-6
Playing host to the Millersburg "Indians" in their last
home game of the 1943 season, the Tigers again l1it pay
dirt when they downed the "Redskins" 41-6. "Another
Redskin bit the dustln
Remaining undefeated in conference games until the last
game of the season, Thanksgiving Day, the Tigers met their
greatest rival of the entire schedule, the Lemoyne Trojans.
In this battle the Blue and White team, which was greatly
weakened by injuries, lost its footing and went down under
a 14-0 trouncing.
Thus you have it. Seven wins, two defeats, and with
them memories to all who join the "Tiger" sports parade.
Firsl row: Adams. Deppen, Sechrist, H. DlfIiBl1d6Ff6F, E. Erney, Casscl, Bates, W. Johnson.
Second How: Coach Peiffer, Beshore, Schade, J. Stone, Hutton, Watts, Hempt, King, O'Neal,
Third row: Bowen, Baublitz. R. S. Miller, Updegraph, Andresen, VVallace, D. Erney, E. Johnson.
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Pictured above are the brothers of the bench, who departed from high
school football with the annual Turkey Day classic at Lemoyne. Ten of
these twelve, Harry Cassel, Edwin Erney, captaing Harry Diffenderfer,
Robert Deppen, John Adams, Charles Bates, Robert Schade, Raab Sechrist,
Douglas Andresen, and William Johnson received letters for eighteen quar-
ters played during varsity games. Eric Johnson and Ross Watts also were
graduated members of the varsity squad, but neither had enough quarters
for a varsity letter.
Closing their 1944 basketball sea-
son with the Middletown game, Febru-
ary 29, the NC Hi Tigers claimed a
very successful season.
The team, eunsisting of Fiekes,
Benner, Stone, Cassel, Erney, Fehl,
Cookerly, Bowen. and Shupp, marched
through their nineteen game schedule
with fifteen wins and four losses.
Camp Hill and Susquehanna proved
to be the only stumbling blocks for the
Tiger squad, each team defeating the
home boys twice.
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Camp Hill .
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Enola . . .
Camp Hill .
Enola . . .
Swatara . .
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. . 41 26
. 28 31
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B'll B ckett Oscar Hake Chester Hichwine, Joseph Ficlces, Charles Spangler, Bill Johnson,
Pictured above are Charles Bates, 1 ra , ,
Bob Schade, Lorain Fisher, Douglas Andresen, Baab Sechrist, and Fritz Fehl.
QVolleyball . . A bang-up year
of intramural battling began with a
three-sport fall program. Lively
class competition in volleyball and
a curtailed soccer schedule featured
in the intramural outfits. In the
winter sports, basketball brought
out the most competition. First
string senior volleyball players, be-
low, are Spangler, Brackett, Fisher,
F ickes, student coach, Bichwine,
Cookerly, F. Fehl and Hake.
QClass Scene . . Physical edu-
cation boys doing aerobatic stunts
in class are Johnson, Souders,
Sechrist and Stahle.
'Basketball . . Above are Slay-
baugh, directorg Hake, Bates,
Andresen, Sohade, Richwine,
I Volleyball . . This sport dominated
the fall schedule, with basketball taking
the lead throughout the winter. Con-
testants are, lower picture, first row:
Deckman, Goffus, Frank, Killinger,
Beiter, Shindel. Second row: Jane San-
ders, Snoke, 'Wilt, Kephart, Steffee,
Sponsler, Peokens. Third row: Shuler,
Zeigler, Peschart, Bede, coach, New-
comer, Ruby, Patterson, Best. I Class
Scene . . Girls playing basketball in
physical education class are: Steffee,
Jean Sanders, Patterson and Jane
I Basketball . . Above are, lirst row:
Snoke, Shindel, Ceckman, Goffus, Kep-
hart, Killinger, Jean Sanders, Beiter,
Landis, Wilt. Second row: Steffee, Pat-
terson, Jane Sanders, Shuler, Peekens,
Bede, coach, Frank, Newcomer, Ruby,
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Qliand . . Directed by George Rheam and led
by .lanet Hall, drum majorette, your high school
band paraded in rain or shine through your town
to the football field, spurring the Tigers on to
vietory. QCnlor Guards . . Phyllis Peiffer,
substitute for Joanne Bruehlacker, Udine Parth-
ermer, Beverly Thomas and .lane Bock ably
head the football parade.
QBrass Quartet . . Dick Fields, Chester Rich-
wine, Eleanor Vllagner and Billie Beiter are your
'Drum Dlajorette . . .lanet Hall has led the New
on its marching tours for the past two years. This smiling lassie has
also put her best forth in intramurals. She has partivipated in them for
three years. She is a student leader and holds the presidency of the
E o ies elub this year Twirlers . . Frances Roberts and
Home con m ' ., U .
'Vlar Ann Goffus deftly spin their batons as your band marches along.
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Frances is a Sophomore. Mary is one of us who will be leaving soon.
Mary has been with the band for two years. She, too, is an intramuraler
having participated all four years. She is a member of the Now staff
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and Times staff. She was a Student Council mem mer or y
is now a faithful member ofthe high school chorus.
Make Up . . Marian Hurst keeps her eye on the make-up kit as Joan
Kephart smears lipstick on Betty Frank and Joan Heaney puts the finish-
ing touches to Boss Watts.
Stage and lighting . . James Marks and Robert Deppen pound the
stage scenery into place as Ralph Lyons and Harolld Stahle adjust the lights.
Pronlpters . . They gave stamina to the Almost
Eighteen play cast. J ane Newcomer buried in the
script gave aid to the stage frighters. Marian
Steffee was on deck with all stage properties.
Directors . . It was lVIaye Snyder, librarian,
who in spite of war difficulties made the senior
play the tops.
Senior Play . .
X our senior c-mum-dy .-1lnzoslEiglzleen,
was a sell out and a knock out.
X ance Fehl as Eddie and Florence
Walker, Ann, his ideal, stole the
hearts of the audience. The east
includesfextreme lower picture,
seated: Peckens, Patterson, Frank.
Parthermer, Owens. Standing: Cas-
sel, Walker, lVatts, Y. Fehl, John-
son, Smith and Fiekes.
Junior Play . . .
Dressed as a girl, Nance Fehl kr-pt
the audience in an uproar in that
hilarious junior play Dorf! Take My
Penny. .lune Gernmill and Iiaab
Seehrist portrayed the leads, The
cast includes, seated: Frank, Parth-
ermer, Patterson, Fehl, YYalker.
Standing: Bates, Newcomer, Cas-
sel, Gemmill, Sechrist, Fickes,l1uhy,
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Play Scene . . Yam-e Fehl, perched on the arm of the sofa, kept the audience
in gales of laughter, while Harry Cassel, Udine Parthermer and Florence
Vlialker superbly portrayed the supporting leads in that side-splitting senior
production Almost Eighleen.
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Graduation and You .
Baccalaureate . . Hev.W. Murray Young,
pastor of Methodist Church delivers your Bacca-
laureate sermon at the Methodist Church, Sunday,
Commencement . . Dr. William B.
Lower, pastor of a Presbyterian Church of Phila-
delphia, is the guest speaker at your Commence-
ment, June 1.
Awards . . American Legion Auxiliary pre-
sents a prize of five dollars to Chester Bichwine in
above picture, for attributing the very best qualities
in citizenship. Junior Civic Club awards five dollars
to June Gemmill fcirclej the senior who excelled in
home economics during her four years in high school
and five dollars to Harry Cassel Ccirclej the senior
who excelled in science.
HOHOI' . . Distinguished honors go
this year to thirteen seniors pictured below, who have
attained an average of 90 per cent or above during
their four years in high school. They are . . John
Anderson, Harry Cassel, Betty Frank, June Gem-
mill, Chester Richwine, Joseph Fickes, Marian
Hurst, Mary Jane Murray, Doris Meyers, Jane
Newcomer, Raab Sechrist, Eleanor Wagner, and
Second honors go to students who have an average
of 85 to 90 per cent. Those reaching this average are
. . William Brackett, June Fox, Barbara Kilhelfer,
Janice McDanel, Miriam Owens, Joyce Plymire,
Joan Heaney, Robert Schade, Dolores Smith, Eliza-
beth Snoke, Charles Spangler, Harolld Stahle, Ross
Watts, Patricia Webster, Harriet Zeigler, Betty
Nagle, and Dolores Beiter.
PROPHECY OF CLASS OF 1944
Into the crystal ball we gaze.
A mist appears-
the present suddenly fades-
it is the future.
The great war is over.
The world has settled down
to peace and quiet.
We peer closer.
On a hilltop is a large home-
It is a rest home
and .IANICE MCDANEL
with DORIS MYERS,
two gayly laughing nurses,
come tripping down the path.
They spy MARY JANE MURRAY
and UDINE PARTHERMER as
they are reporting for duty.
All stop and chat a hit.
A CllUCki6-MARIAN STEFFEE,
superintendent of nurses,
is ministering to
ITICHARD FIELDS and
CHARLES SPANGLER, who
are the dare devil fliers.
They just retured from
making a record breaking
flight over Tokio.
The vision fades-
it is replaced by marching men.
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PROPHECY OF CLASS OF 1944, continued
Commanding officer of West
Point is reviewing his
cadets. RICHARD POMRANING,S
and DALE QUIGLEYlS smiles
broaden as HARRY approves.
An immense crowd appears.
They are milling towards a
JOHN ADAMS, famous
architect, proudly admits that
he designed the
Co-authors, JEAN SANDERS
and WILLIAM JOHNSON,
step forth from their limousine
in front of the theatre.
Leading newspapermen crowd
AUSTIN YINGER, star
reporter for the New York Sun
He elbows his way through
the mob and takes a
The world premiere of
For Whom The Bells Tinkle
is the occasion.
DOLORES SMITH and
L. G. BALFCUR CC.
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PROPHECY OF CLASS OF
VANCE FEHL steal the hearts
They, the perfect lovers,
are interpreting a heart-
breaking elopement scene.
Just as VANCE has his
Juliet safe in his arms,
ANITA RUBY rushes to them
with a new wedding gown
ANITA is the famous Adrian of
The bride-to-be is weeping
and MARIAN DECKMAN comes
to her aid.
MARIAN, the famous make-up
artist is refreshing
all the characters as
JOE FICKES gently
tickles the ivories with
his new song hit-
the theme song of
For Whom The Bells Tinkle
JOYCE PLYMIRE is thrilled.
She set the stage for
Another scene crystallizes
before our eyes.
It is beautiful
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It looks like a little oolony- NORMA DonwAR'r is mayor The Democrats put him in
clean, aglow with happiness. of this little district. because he was so loyal to
It is what used to be D Women have at last found them during his high school
New York's worst slum district. their true place in this days.
Who brought about this world. With him is his secretary
miracle? V ELEANOR WAGNER. She is
None other than those tire- Coming out of the White House kept. busy writing all LEE,S
less social workers is LEE FOREMAN. political speeches.
FLORENCE WALKER and He is the President of LEE has settled all America's
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the world and every country
is under control.
All is peace and quiet-
America is Utopia.
From the executive building
come DORIS SHULER,
JOYCE BOMGARDNER, JUNE
FOX and JOAN LONG.
LEE invites them to dine with
him at the White House.
From the British Embassy
come BETTY FRANK,
Ambassador to France, and
JOAN KEPHART, Ambassador
to England. They were attending
a tea given in honor of
TODD WOLF, Washi11gton's
who solved that international
and gay Intrigue.
Carnegie Hall comes into view
DOT PATTERSON and BILLIE
BETTER, who have circled the
globe six times,
are giving to an audience
of ten million
the details of their
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enters the lecture hall
the composer of the
beautiful Concerto in A Minor.
We continue to gaze.
The Yankees' star player,
BRUCE SoUDERs is making
a home run.
ROBERT FOLK and his wife
the former BERYL OINEAL
are spurring him on.
En ERNEY steps forward,
There is a great applause-
He is the Babe Ruth of
He bats a ball that
resounds around the
world. His side-kick
HARRY CAssEL beams
Now We see the
Madison Square Garden.
A boxing tournament is on.
HAROLLD STAHLE has just
knocked out WAYNE BRICKER.
Vance R. Stouffer
Eesf Wishes from
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Tools, Paint Swampy Johnson
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PROPHECY OF CLASS OF 1944,
Ross WATTS, noted referee,
proclaims HAROLLD' heavy-
weight champion of
We pause at the nation wide
Grange meeting. There is
Osclm HAKE, president of
the Grange and
JOHN ANDERSON, his
secretary, at work.
JOHN is preparing a
pamphlet on How to Farm
Scienlifically. He is
using as his theme the
renowned speech OSCAR gave
in assembly during his high
school days, when he was
under the influence of
General Motors executive
building is nigh.
RAAB SECHRIST is seated at the
desk. He is donned in
Gliding through the open door,
he hastens to mend all
'AI never did like a white-
collar job," he exclaims.
Adhere to the rules of the
road. Proper automobile
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PROPHECY OF CLASS OF 1944, continued
JANE NEWCOMER takes over
his office job.
What is this we see?
JANE SANDERS won the Pulitzer
prize for her novel
entitled, You and Me.
It is taking America by
storm. Even the President
reading. She is coming now.
VVith her is the famous television
producer, RALPH LYONS.
She is a wealthy woman-
LYONS has just paid her fifty
thousand for the privilege of
producing her novel.
thought it worth while He bought the old American Legion
home in New Cumberland.
He remodelled it for jitterbugs.
I see those famous jitterbugs
giving an exhibition.
They are JANET HALL and
JANET is on the road with
A Broadway Touring Company
She has starred in the
latest jitterbug comedy,
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TO THE CLASS or 1944 .
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Front and Bridge Streets
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PROPHECY OF CLASS OF 1944, continued
Jump and Run.
The slow waltz is gone forever
BOB is the international
His motto is, "Laugh
and grow fat."
At last we spy an opera house
CHESTER RICHWINE is making
It is at the Metropolitan.
YVONNE REESER is his
MARIAN HURST, who is
famed for finding a cure for
cancer, is in the audience.
So is BETTY NAGI,E, the
famous rope-walker in
They furnish most of the
applause as the curtain closes.
Suddenly we awake.
We discover that it is still the
present. The war is yet to be won
our ambitions yet to be
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CLASS WILL . . .
We, the class of 1944, conscious of our dignity, our ability to
run the school, our never erring generalizations, do hereby
will and bequeath the following:
To our class advisers, BLANCHE SLAYBAUGH, MRS. MARGARET
MCSHANE, and GILBERT BECKLEY-our power to talk them
into giving us what we want without their knowing it.
To the Juniors-our ability to put on good assembly programs
such as the one we produced this year.
To the Sophomore girls-the Senior boys. The Sophomore
boys have had their chance.
To thevFreshrnen-our examination ponies and our sports
To our schoolmates-the following Seniors list bequests.
DOUGLAS ANDRESEN-hiS quiet manner to Lauretta Sweigart.
CHARLES BATES-his manner of not being shy around the
girls to Ollie Miller. 0llie's too shy, isn't he Phyllis?
MIBIAM BEST'-h6P angora socks to any Freshman girl who
gets cold feet.
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CLASS WILL, continued
HARRIET CLINE-her bashfulness to Bill Neumyer. This
should help Bill overcome his much too bold manners.
JAMES CooKERLY-his slow talk to Lois Isenberg-everything
has to run down some time.
Bon DEPPENThiS ability to get hops to Harrisburg to Buck
O'Neal . . . buses are kind of full now, aren't they Buck?
ELMER DOLL-his trig book to Herman Hannaman in case his
present admiration of Math still lingers when he is a Senior.
Fnrrz FEHL-the pilot seat in Bill Smee's truck to Bill Eggert.
Bill rode on top of the football uniforms long enough.
BETTY NAGLE-her shorthand ability to Marjory Wolf.
LORAIN F ISHER-his ability to live quietly to Shirlie Patterson.
Shirlie loves noise.
BOB F oLK-his assorted pinochle deck to Bob Mengle and his
cronies as a diversion i' rom their studies.
MABEL Fox-her natural sun-tan to Marilyn Hartz. Sechrist
likes them better olive-drab than snow-white.
JUNE GEMMILL-her job as year book editor to any junior
dumb enough to accept it.
ROSELLA Gaoss-her easy come easy going ways to Melvin
Strockbine. Melvin's questions cause him trouble.
JUNE REIGHTEP.-her cooking skill to Jackie Schade.
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CLASS WILL, continued
HELEN LANDIS-her long hair to Skeets Diffenderfer. We're
afraid Skeet's shaved head will get cold.
MIEIAM MCKERROCHER-her large supply of cosmetics to
Betty Wallace. There is a scarcity now.
EVELYN SNYDERWher ability to get to school on time to Don
McCann. Come on Don, give the office a break next year.
JANE NEwcoMEE-ability to get along with teachers to
Charles Norton. Maybe she can give you a few pointers,
MIRIAM OWENS-her well modulated voice to Joan Bennet.
.loan has that Brooklyn accent.
NANCY PECKENS-her collection of bracelets to Sam Murray
or any other boy scout interested in the scrap drive.
PEARL SHINDEL-her car to the Times staff. They sure need
one so that they need not bother all car-owners for a ride.
ELIZABETH SNOKE-her good marks to Nathan Fetrow. He
needs a little help.
JANE SPONSLER-her ability to get along with everyone to
Henie Smith. Renie reminds us of Stone Face.
GENEVIEVE WILT-her Goldsboro accent to anyone interested
in foreign languages.
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BETTY PESCHART-Harry Dilfenderfer to any girl interested
enough to follow him around.
BEBYL O'NEAL-her ability to "hook" school to unfortunate
Paul Beshore who always gets caught.
ERIC JoHNsoN-his southern drawl to Grace Jackson. She
needs a retread.
THELMA KILLINGER-her four feet height to Ralph Watts.
Ralph is now 6' 1".
WILLIAM BaAcKE'I'r-his sneakers to Mr. Bomgardner. You
know they are rationed.
Signed, sealed, published and solemnly declared as our last
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REMEMBER WHEN . . .
HARRY CASSEL had his mouth open in Science class and a fly
A little piece of elastic caused Barbara Kilheffer a major dis-
aster in chemistry class.
ELMER DOLL set the chemistry lab waste-basket on fire, and
although standing next to the faucet, screamed, "What
shall I do?"
V ANCE FEHL ran home from school because the Seniors told
him that the school nurse was coming to jab his eye-balls out.
BOB SCHADE sang the scale in a soprano voice and was thrown
out of chorus.
Osckn HAKE made a speech about the Grange.
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A full auditorium was held up for a solid hour, waiting for Bob
Folk to buy some flowers in Summerdale.
UDINE PARTHERMER and MARIAN STEFFEE thought they were
arrested for parking at Washington Heights with Vance
Fehl and Bob Folk.
HELEN LANDIS caught her slacks on a picket fence-a rip at
NORMA DORWART and M1R1AM MCKERROCHER, under hyp-
notic spell, demonstrated their nursing ability to the stu-
JUNE GEMMILL'S shoe and rubber stuck in the mud and she
stepped ankle deep into the puddle in her stocking feet.
EARL BENNER replied, in answer to Mr. Peiffer's question-
what four reasons did the Spaniards have for coming to
America? "Wealth, gold, silver, and riches."
MARY GOFFUS, as she propped her feet on the railing of the
gallery at the Rio, pulled off her loafer. It fell to the main
floor and Mary had to go in her stocking feet to the usher
BOB DEPPEN put itching powder down Udine Parthermer's
LEE FOBEMAN and RAAB SECHRIST became hysterical in Miss
Slaybaugh's English class, over the last minute news of the
unfortunate i'Nosey McBlabher".
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