New Cumberland High School - Shawnee Yearbook (New Cumberland, PA)

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MUSIC ASSEMBLY JN V PHYSICAL EDUCATION E GEOMETRY SHAWNEE FOR 1954 presented bythe SENIOR CLASS Dedicated on March 15, 1929 YESTERDAY . AND TODAY in celebration oT the SILVER ANNIVERSARY NEW CUMBERLAND HIGH New Cumberland, Pennsylvania l2l ts '14,-f we NEW CUMBERLAND HIGH SCHOOL GARBED IN A MONTH OF SNOW . . . has undergone many changes since the tirst class graduated in 1929. The original building contained only the 12 rooms which surround the gymnasium. The music room, equipped with a small stage, was added in 1935, the northwest three- room wing in 1938, the southwest office-shop addition in 1940. To complete the plan, the modern band room was built in 1948. lt has replaced the music room as the center of chorus, band, and orchestra ac- tivities. The building now contains 18 classrooms not including library and locker-room facilities. The center of most of the extra-curricular activities is the combined auditorium-gymnasium which seats 850 persons. NEW CUMBERLAND JOlNT SCHOOL SYSTEM . . . began operation April 28, 1950, when New Cum- berland entered into an agreement with Fairview township, Goldsboro borough, Lewisberry borough, and Newberry township, all located in York County. This system includes grades 7-12 with approximately 302 pupils in junior-senior high school from York County areas. The student body has grown from 220 when the building was first occupied in 1929 to 760 today. The class of 1929 had 42 graduates, the class of 1954, 118. This larger enrollment as well as new courses have increased the faculty from 10 in 1929 to 36 in 1954. The one-time purely academic course was supple- mented by the introduction of a commercial course for the class of 1929. ln the following years, 1930-32, came some of the so-called "frills and fancies" of modern education. A recognized physical education and health department and general shop were included in the course of study. By 1943 it was apparent that more courses were needed for the general student. Senior science, general math, senior math, and world geography gradually filled these needs. The class of 1954 includes 36 academic, 29 commercial, and 53 general students. The 1953-54 school year has brought need for necessary changes due to increased en- rollment. Plans for a further iointure between the West Shore and the New Cumberland Joint School Systems for the purpose of operating a new senior high school are gradually being realized. An agreement has been signed but actual building construction is temporarily held up awaiting clarification of certain rulings of the state Department of Justice. 131 S HAWN E E FUR 1954 New Cumberland, Pennsylvania . . . in times past Indian moccasins made trails along these waters and named them Shawnee. Today Shawnee waters have become the Yellow Breeches Creek where students swim, boat, and fish. Shawneetown, on the site of present day New Cumberland, was established as a trading post in 1688. Located across the usually placid Susquehanna from Harris Ferry, now Harrisburg, capital of Pennsylvania, the station became a cross-roads for travelers south and west. From this early settlement has grown a prosperous suburban community of 6500, the third largest town in Cumberland County. 5 161 FCDREWCDRD 1929-1954 . . , twenty-five years of growth and progress and change . . . a quarter of a century marked by depression and wars, by incredible advances in science, medicine, industry, and engineering . . . an era distinguished by stream- lined automobiles, labor-saving appliances, television entertainment, let planes- and nuclear fission. Although methods of teaching, courses of study, and school activities have changed, school kids have not. Their worries, their interests, their feelings are the same. So, we present the 1954 SHAWNEE to recall for "old grads" their happy days in New Cumberland High School. May this silver anniversary issue give as much pleasure to the class of 1929 as to the class of 1954. CONTENTS LOCALE . FEATURES EDITORML . . I Football Queen . Halloween Parade ADMINISTRATION . Sweefhevrf Swing Christmas Formal FACULTY - Junior Prom . . Senior Play . SENIORS . . . , Junior Play . . UNDERCLASSMEN . CLASSES Science and Math SPORTS Commercial . . Foofbcll - - Social Studies. . Bvskefbdll - - Languages . . . Baseball - - Aff and Music . Intramurals . . Health .... Shop and Home Ec , ACTlVmE5 MISCELLANEOUS Publications . Finis .... Clubs . . Advertisers. . Choruses. . Patrons . . Band . Index . . 92 94 96 98 100 102 104 108 112 115 117 120 124 160 162 MR. WALTER BAILETS . . . CI coach who has built many young athletes in past years . . . an alumnus who chose to serve his school and community . . . a graduate of the class of 1929 who is our friend and counselor . . .with him we ioin in celebra- tion ot a silver anniversary, to him we dedicate the SHAWNEE of 1954. DEDICATION HELPFUL SECRETARIES . . . perform innum- erable services for faculty and students as well as routine records, correspondence, and reports. Pictured above left, Mrs. Betty Kauffman, left, answers one of the many telephone queries while Mrs. Caroline Barr prepares a report. Q HOMEWARD BOUND . . . rural students who often leave for school at 7 a. m. happily board the bus. Below, left to right, are students Leonard Conley, Dalthamae Fink, John Deardorff, Dorothy Keefer, Stanley Dravk, Mary Tusing, Robert Keller, Arthur Sterner, William Lentz and Donald White. l8l BUSY PRINCIPAL . .. Mr. S. P. Bom- gardner finds his office lined morning and noon with students seeking excuses, tardy slips, information. Left, Richard Kennedy gets an absentee slip while Mary Jane Baker, Joanne Zeigler, and Betsy Brack- bill wait to talk over their problems with the principal. I DICS JOCKEYS . . . below right, stage crew men, Tracy Rhodes and manager Bob Duncan, select records and set up equipment for student noon dance period. 7fwla40zc'aaa peaydfe, memcvmfle ,dlczcea FACULTY CONCLAVE. . . right, teachers from elementary and secondary schools in New Cumberland chat informally be- fore supervising principal, Charles Gem- mill, calls for order. Left to right, seated are Brinton, Seibert, Brubaker, Meyers, Bowen, Krise, Weaver. Standing in background, Garman, Lisse, Poole, Ditt- mar, Deck. 0 FELLOW STUDENTS . . . announces Council president Fred Wig- field, below left, in his weekly appearance in Assembly to acquaint students with Council activities and plans. dngfzeddemfe af an acldae asian! FAITHFUL WORKERS . . . the Isaac Kleins, Jr. and Sr., above right, remove and re-store the movable chairs under the stage many times each week. This is but one of the many iobs involved in the maintenance of a crowded and rambling building. 0 BUSY STUDENTS . . . fill the library each period in the day to secure the newest novels, cur- rent magazines, or material for themes. Below, Ruthann McGrath, right, checks out books for Connie Menear, Joyce Tritt, and Ed Morrow. l9i , ,3,, 'mYXP:Ci?fZ'f3Q? QQ: Aa wi 54 . , :1zawig?gs:. 'k:QQ.1'g,f.5T2fa, ' X ifkf wi, 'El' R Z Wi' X 41315 ma Q, :: Q5EssE5.J , ' . N 1- fi: . 5. Q K . VN, --5aLg'5:,f:m ,5: , F N"-.h ' 1- X nw ly ?'f4?fw1,Q,i'f:QN5 EI: - 1 f s ? T0 DAY gy. 1 W ,z . VK, W., LW BOARD OF DIRECTORS JOINT SCHOOL COMMITTEE . . . 3 members from each of the four outlying districts and 4 from the town make up the board of the New Cumberland Joint School System which operates grades 7 to 'l2. Pictured above, left to right, row one: H. M. Straley, Fairview, Eli Rehm, Newberry, Mrs. Geraldine Cook, Mrs. Elsie Wise, Samuel Bortner, Lewisberry, The Reverend D. Floyd Mowrey, Secretary, Norman Basehore, New Cum- berland. Row two: A. H. Stewart, New Cumberland, Mr. S. P. Bomgardner, principal, John Parthemore, H. K. Bernhower, Fairview, Paul Guyer, George Gracey, Frank Kerlin, New Cumberland, Gary Huntsberger, B. H. Barry, President, Newberry, Charles Gemmill, Associate Superintendent. MR. CHARLES GEMMILL Supervising Principal MR. S. P. BOMGARDNER Principal DURING HIS twenty-seven years of service as supervising principal, Mr. Gemmill has worked tirelessly to provide the best 'Facilities and faculty for the New Cumberland schools. His far-sighted administration has brought many familiar phases of curricular and extra-curricular activities. Housing needs for an enormous growth in student enrollment now furnish his greatest challenge. ll2I AS A MEMBER of the faculty since I925, Mr. Bomgardner has devoted much of his time to curriculum and student schedules. An ever-growing student body and course of study make his yearly task of schedule building more complicated. Each fall he contacts all seniors to check re- quired graduation credits. All high school attendance and discipline problems are in his hands. FACULTY l954 ffmfdlfdaaa teczodow ddfzecz' cinch, qczmee WALTER S. BAILETS, B.S. Mathematics . . . hunting and fishing rate high . . . sports. CAROLINE M. BARR Office Secretary . . . bowling enthusiast . . . baseball fan . . . housewife. ANN N. BLECKER, A.B. English and History . . . tri-hi-y . . . makes ceramic iewelry . . . ping pong. RICHARD BOWEN, B.S. Health and Physical Education . . . intramurals . . . sports fan. GERALD BRINTON, M.A. American History . . . national honor society . . . badminton . . . swimming. MARY BRUBAKER, B.A. Latin and English . . . latin club . . .Roman Banquet. . .enioys traveling . . . outdoors . . . her scrapbook. MARY CARLISANO, B.S. Girls Health and Physical Educa- tion . . . intramurals . . . tri-hi? y . . . swimming . . . knitting. D. BRUCE CONNER, B.S. Mathematics and Science . . . 7th Street principal . . . faculty manager of baseball . . . en- ioys music and sports. ll3l EDITH DAVID, B.S. English and World Geography . . . fond of weaving . . . swimming . . . gardening. ROBERT DECK, B.S. Commercial Studies . . . J. V. basketball coach . . . ar- dent sports fan . . . bowling . . . golf. WILLIAM DITTMAR, B.A. Civics and History . . . football coach . . . outdoorsman. DOROTHY DUNKLEBERGER, R.N. School Nurse . . . red cross council . . . loves to travel . . . reads in spare time. ll4I FACULTY Qaida atewleal pa!! ' ' , 47641254 JESSE ELICKER, B.S. Shop and Mechanical Drawing . . . stage crew . . . carves plastics in spare time . . .fisher- man. LAWRENCE GARMAN, B.S. Biology and Geography . . . hi-y . . . track . . . basketball fan. JOHN JOHNSON, M.A. Guidance and Problems of De- mocracy . . . basketball and J. V. baseball coach . . . basketball and baseball en- thusiast. BETTY L. KAUFFMAN Office Secretary. . .sports. . . likes to travel . . . canasta. I 9511 imagine Zeamfew, aatdaitdee JEAN KORKUCH, B.S. Stenography, Typing, Office Practice . . . business manager TIMES and SHAWNEE. DORIS JEAN KRISE, M.A. Spanish and Guidance. . .span- ish club . . . Little Indian . . . knitting and music rate high. ROBERT LISSE, B.S. Mathematics and English . . . J. V. football coach . . . golf . . . new Fords. THELMA L. MARKS, B.A. French and English .. . dra- matics . . . busy with the Jr. and Sr. plays . . . and her daughters. ROBERT MILLER, B.S. Typing ancl General Business . . . all sports interest him . . music basketball faculty manager. MARY S. MYERS, B.A. English . . . Junior Hi-Lite . . . reading . . . crossword puzzle fav. FRED M. PEIFFER, B.S. History . . . varsity club . . . baseball coach . . . "2I" club . . . sports of any kind. A. NAOMI PETERS, M.A. Problems of Democracy and History . . . SHAWNEE . . 2 kept busy with the yearbook . . . and the "ranch." ll5l RUSSELL POOLE, B.S. Boys Physical Education and Health . . . assistant football coach . . . sports above all. KENNETH L. SAMPSON, B.S. Music Director . . . band orchestra . . . chorus . . . Har- risburg Symphony. CLOVER SARACENA, B.A. Home Economics . . . needle- point is her hobby . . . reading rates second. BLANCHE SLAYBAUGH, M.A. English and .lournalism TIMES . . . never enough travel able seamstress. ll6l y FACULTY deltdmzfe madonna, mmm JOHN SMELTZ, M.Ed. Chemistry and Physics. . .stage crew . . . busy staff photog- rapher. GRACE SPANGLER, B.S. Elementary Music Supervisor. . . X girls' chorus iunior high l chorus . . . girls' sextet. 1 l l ELEANOR STANTON, B.S. Art Supervisor . . . commercial art club . . . painting. ROY SUTTON, B.S. General Science . . . football faculty manager. . . gardening and wood-burning are his hobbies. l95A mended ' , 466554 HAROLD THOMAS, M.A. Mathematics . . . basketball and football referee . . . Red Cross swimming and boating instructor. BETTY WEAVER, B.S. English . . . loves to read . . avid baseball fan . . . garden- ing. BETTY WEIGLE Office Secretary . . . Jr. civic club . . . putters with antiques . . . cute housewife. SHIRLEY YOUNG, B.S. Librarian . . . sewing, reading, swimming, baseball and hockey fan. Joi-iN A. zmo, s.s. Driver training . . . hi-y . . . Gra-y . . . all sports. ll7l 4 V. .M ,f 3 K 1'iE,Z?i'i' 1,6131 551 , 5 v 1-X -ff. 3 msc 5 . 1. iw 2 f ,ms Mx, P. an f JM yi'-+2-f 5? , ,S:Y5,5z,..,,gQgf4-fx W .MW ,, ,, A Q . W , Nga M ' ' ' -' ' wzPs5'w2ilisAws Q -ea? sf K ww xi 2 rf m K s HW my ,wc 0 n Q P N 3 E A PM M ,asv ws KM gm, K , W , -an . , ,:,5 ' ,.., Q W .W fsvm K QWMES -K, by Q 41 KM Sie .6 'Wan 2? 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" W, N5 D , 1 1 5 ,X Af 2,44 Q5 15 if ff ' f 3 4 5 diy W. ,K Q -f L22 N -aim, 1. .SZ V N if we ' WSQaz:.z:w'f M CLASS LEADERS OF l 954 CONSTANTLY BUSY . . . officers of the class of '54 direct the many activities cmd proiects of their classmates. Careful plans make fund raising proiects such as the magazine campaign, the class play, movie, and teen-age dances outstanding successes. Cooperation and hard work are essential for presenting star-studded assembly and class day programs, for arranging gala parties, banquets, picnics. The long-planned class trip became a reality on May 5 with a tour of Mount Vernon, Arlington, and Washington, D. C. Pictured left are: Helen Stoker, secretary, Fred Wigfield, vice-president, Clyde Bomgardner, president, Patricia Hale, treasurer. CLASS ADVISERS . . . contribute freely of their experience and time in guiding the seniors through their final year. These three, pictured right, help direct the major proiects of the class. Miss Blanche Slaybaugh, TIMES edi- torial adviser, Mr. Harold Thomas, class financial adviser, Miss Naomi Peters, magazine campaign and SHAWNEE editorial adviser. l20l AWARD WINNERS Joan Banco Clyde Bomgardner Kenneth Boyer Gloria Brothers Ronald Brougher Ruth DeWalt Hart Ensign Judy Harkison Carol Keplinger Sally Miller Juanita Orris Jacqueline Shorter Wesley Snyder Mariorie Sponsler Fred Wigfield SHAWNEE CONGRATULATES . . . award winners of 'l954. Double winners, Fred Wigfield and Judy Harkison, top the group of students. Fred Wigfield cops the American Legion Auxiliary award for citizenship and the Veterans of Foreign Wars prize for the boy with the highest average in mathematics. Judy Harkison wins the Senior Civic Club prize for ex- cellence in English and the D.A.R. good citizenship award. Juanita Orris ties with Joan Banco for the Senior Civic Club art prize and also captures second place from the Junior Civic Club for home economics. Single awards go to Mariorie Sponsler from the class of '52 for foreign languages, to Carol Keplinger from the Junior Civic Club for first prize in home economics, to Sally Miller from the West Shore Choral Society for vocal music, to Hart Ensign from the Harrisburg Pan-Hellenic for improvement in service and scholarship, to Ronald Brougher from the West Shore Lions Club for the boy with the highest scholastic average, to Gloria Brothers 'From the Farm Bureau for superiority in commercial work, to Jacqueline Shorter from the Veterans of Foreign Wars for the girl with the highest average in mathematics. Sharing in the Junior Civic Club award for outstanding work in science are: first, Clyde Bomgardner, second, Kenneth Boyer, in the Faculty prize for commercial work are, first, Ruth DeWalt, second, Wesley Snyder. l2ll -- 'QI' , , . CUM LAUDE . . .nm 90 or above during their four years in high school. awarded to seniors pictured below who have attained an average J. Helen Ames Joan Banco 1 ,jif sav Q. can . 1 1" 11 Gloria Brothers Beverly Beckley Clyde Bomgardner Kenneth Boyer K' Ronald Brougher Barbara Burkhart Ruth DeWalt Joanne Eichelberger . - Z "" ,iiii V , A W .-t. J ?'m,,5,g2 My , N . -Q, Q .gm if-fc xg . Hart Ensign Patricia Hale a t A -if ' f' K s Mendal Mearkle Sally Miller Vincent Spadafore Marjorie Sponsler 1 x Judy Harkison James Huffer Barry Mowrey Juanita Orris James Tritt Fred Wigfield 'S-f Carol Keplinger Jacqueline Shorter Sandra Zeigler SENIORS 1954 Swim Zack Zack on ecvzlg dow in 71 716 GEORGE B. AHN Ill Skip Academic lntramurals l, 2, 4 . . . SHAWNEE staff 4 . . . play production 3, 4 . . . football manager l, 2, 3, 4. . . art enthusiast . . . amicable . . . Dittmar's water boy. . .fisherman . . . Michigan fan . . . future forester. HELEN J. AMES Miz' Ames Academic lntramurals 3, 4 . . . SHAWNEE staff 4 . . . playcast3,4. . ."2l"club 3, 4... tri-hi-y 3, 4 . . . national honor society 4 . . . red cross council 3, 4 . . . library club 3, 4 . . . dependable . . . pleas- ing personality. . .sincere. . .Middle- town import . . . last minute arrival . . . enioys camp life . . .social worker. KENNETH L. ANDERSON Brut General Hi-y 3 . . . outdoorsman . . .reserved . . . enioys water sports . . . quick temper , . . hates these Monday morn- ings . . . a forester . . . but a Navy man first. CAROL A. BAIR Carol General lntramurals l, 2, 3, 4 . . . band 2, 3, 4 . . . girls' chorus 2, 3, 4 . . . mixed chorus 2, 3, 4 . . . orchestra 4 . . . girls' sextet 4 . . . tri-hi-y 4 . . . SHAWNEE staff 4 . . . play production 3, 4 . . . spanish club 4 . . . short and sweet . . . warbler . . . shiny dark hair . .. easy-going . .. U. of P. Nursing School. FLORA BAIR Libeth General Shrinking violet . . . hard worker . . . well-dressed . . . quiet dignity . . . prefers classical music . . . spaghetti and meat ball connoisseur . . . enioys horseback riding . . . future clerk. ELWOOD BAKER Joe General Varsity club 2, 3, 4 . . . hi-y club l, 2 . . . football 2, 3, 4 . . . basketball 2,4. . .baseball3. . .track3. .. redhead . . . Globe trotter fan . . . smooth on o dancefloor . . . star athlete . . . cool . . . future with the Navy. JOAN L. BANCO Joan Commercial lntramurals l, 2, 3, 4 . . . girls' chorus 2, 3, 4 . . . mixed chorus 3, 4 . . . band 2, 3, 4 . . . SHAWNEE staff 4 . . . TIMES staff 3, 4 . . . play pro- duction 3, 4 . . . dramatic club l . . . national honor society 3, 4 . . . red cross council 3, 4 . . . tri-hi-y 3, 4 . . . library club l, 2 . . . commercial art club 2, 3, 4 . . . perfectionist . . . art pro . . . competent . . . hates to argue?? . . . commercial artist. BEVERLY BECKLEY Bev. General lntramurals l, 2, 3, 4 . . . girls' chorus 2, 3, 4. . . mixed chorus 3, 4. . . band front 3, 4 . . . SHAWNEE staff 4 . . . play cast 3, 4 . . . spanish club 2 . . . latin club l . . . tri-hi-y 3, 4 . . . dramatic club l . . . national honor society 4 . . . steno club 4 . . . student council 2 . . . efficient . . .fashionable . . . an eyeful . . . likes crewcuts . . . dislikes low heels . . . Penn State. l23l i ,, 4. mem!! C6444 efeoffdma, LYNN BERRIER Lynn Commercial Intramurals 2, 3, 4 . . . SHAWNEE statf 4 , . . play production 3, 4 . . . "2l" club 3, 4 . . . steno club 4 . . . tri-hi-y 4 . . . pint size . . . iitterbug fan . . . strong willed . . . got the bell bottom blues . .. basketball fiend . . . traveling secretary. SENIORS Z 'LMC-'ZZ omde FRANK M. BINGMAN, JR. I l Gig Academic Varsity alab 2, 3, 4 . . . athletic club 2 Effggsi. 4 . . . baseball 2, 3, 4 . . . basketball I 4 . . . football 4 . . . ping pong champ . . . mathematician . . . hearty laugh . . . plugger . . . free spoken . . . awk confirmed bachelor. . . money grubber - . . . engineer. H CLYDE R. BOMGARDNER Bomie Academic Band l, 2, 3, 4 . . . orchestra I, 2, 3, 4 . . . SHAWNEE staff 4 . . . play pro- duction 3, 4 . . . national honor society - 2, 3, 4 . . . varsity club 2, 3, 4 . . . football 2, 3, 4 . . . basketball 2, 3, 4 . . class president I, 2, 3, 4 . . . gullible . . . serious . . . prexy . . Lebanon Valley fan . . . unruffled . . future engineer. KENNETH S. BOYER Squirrel Academic Intramurals l, 2, 3, 4 . . . boys' chorus 2, 3 . . . mixed chorus 2, 3, 4 . . . SHAWNEEstaFf4. . .TIMESstaH:4. . . play cast 3 . . . radio staff 3, 4 . , . varsity club 3, 4 . . . dramatic club I .. . basketball 3, 4 . . . big boy Boyer American youth . . . Smeltz' prodigy . . . egotist . . . dis- likes moody women . . . prospective psychologist. l24l r .Mae.sf:va sit 5 ? . af. .. .. .gaaiszaisgzg CRAIG H. BRIGHTBILL Crvig Academic Intramurals 2, 3, 4 . . . band l, 2, 3, 4 . . . boys' chorus 2 . . . SHAWNEE staff 4 . . . play production 3, 4 . . . basketball manager 3, 4 . . . ebony locks . . . slow motion . . . shy . . . women irritate him . . . big car man . .. scorns homework . . . great hunter . . . college hopeful. GLORIA A. BROTHERS Red General Intramurals 'l, 2, 3, 4 . . . sextet 3, 4 . . girls' chorus 2, 3, 4 . . . mixed chorus 2, 3, 4 . . . bandfront 2, 3, 4 . . . SHAWNEE staff 4 . . . play pro- duction 3, 4 . .. latin club I . . . spanish club 2 . . . tri-hi-y 3, 4 . . . national honor society 3, 4 . . . steno club 4 . . popular vocalist . . . at- tractive titian hair . . . independent . . . witty . . . chic . . . private secre- tary. RONALD BROUGHER Ronnie General Intramurals l, 2, 3, 4 . . . play cast 3, 4. . .red cross council I, 2, 3, 4 . . . national honor society 3, 4 . . . intel- lectual . . . Arthur Murray iunior . . . amateur magician . . , model aviation hobbyist . . . shuns pegged pants and suedes . . . armed forces career. BARBARA A. BURKHART Burk Academic Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4 . . . band 'l, 2, 3, 4 . . . orchestra I, 2, 3, 4 . . . mixed chorus 2, 3, 4 . . . girls' chorus 2, 4 . . . TIMES staff 3, 4 . . . SHAWNEE editor-in-chief 4 . . . play cast 3, 4 . . . tri-hi-y 3, 4 . . . national honor society 3,4 . . . curlyhead . . . peppy . . . garrulous . . . struts kneesocks . . actress of note . . . recreation work . . . Gettysburg. i954 fzecolfeol dak, aaaemflq ,azaqmme THOMAS W. BUSS Buss General Baseball 2 . . . archery fan . . . angler and hunter . . . devours steaks . . . physicist by preference . . . but no linquist . . . girl shy . . . navy. CHARLES W. CAMPBELL, JR. Chop General Intramurals l, 3, 4 . . . varsity club 3, 4 . . . hi-y 3 . . . red cross council 4 . . . football 3, 4 . . . football stal- wart . . . lineman of the week . . . veteran hunter . . . big eater . .. sharp clothes . . . can't stand snobs . . . armed forces. VESTA A. CAMPBELL Ves Commercial Intramurals l, 2, 3, 4 . . . twirler l, 2, 3, 4 . . . mixed chorus 2, 3, 4 . . . girls' chorus 2, 3, 4 . . . girls' sextet 4 . . . SHAWNEE staff 4 . . . red cross council 2 . . . dimples . . . pint size package . . . basketball ace . . .official worrier . . . loves big brown eyes . . . enioys dancing . . . secretary. EDMUND CLINGAN Easy Ed General lntramurals 2, 3, 4 . . . play production 3 . . . stage crew l, 2, 3 . . . football 4 . . . smooth . . . ladies' man with reservations . . . co-operative . . . easy going . . . avid sportsman . . . prefers "souped up" cars . . . a "b"-ee fancier . . . T. V. specialist. EVA CRESSLER EVO Commercial Spanish club 2, 3, 4 . . . steno club 4 . . . dramatic club l . . . strawberry blonde . . . gum chewer . . . fiery temper . . . thrives on hill-billy music . . . one of those roller-skaters . . . great debater . . . avoids snobs . . . favors anything spanish . . . office worker. JUDITH A. CRISP Judy Commercial Intramurals l, 2, 3, 4 . . . SHAWNEE staff 4 . . . tri-hi-y 3, 4 . . . steno club 4 . . . co-operative . . . reserved in a nice way . . . reliable . . . dislikes hill-billy music . . . chocolate milk- shakes her favorite . . . medical secretary. MARGIE M. DEAVEN Margie Commercial lntramurals l, 2, 3, 4 . . . SHAWNEE staff 4 . . . play production 3, 4 . . . spanish club 2, 3, 4 . . . "2l" club 3, 4 . . . tri-hi-y 3, 4 . . . steno club 4 . . . drama club l . . . Hershey Bears fan . . . capable . . . frank . . . loyal friend . . . loads of fun . . . enioys spanish . . . secretarial work. RUTH E. DeWALT Ruthie Commercial Intramurals l, 2, 3, 4. . . band l, 2, 3 4. . .play production 3,4 . . . drama club l . . . library club l, 2, 3, . . . steno club 4 . . . national honor society 3, 4 . . . central treasury 4 . . . daily noontime iaunt . . . sunny disposition . . checkbook crazy . . . tawny cam- plexion . . . trustworthy . . . future stenographer. l25l SENIORS fzemiadcce can 56? dated, anim: 77mm MILDRED M. DILLIPLANE Mae Academic Band 3, 4 . . . SHAWNEE staFF 4 , . . library club 4 . . . tri-hi-y 4 . . . Al- toona emigrant . . . sweet disposition . . . Bowman's doorman . . . chief worrier .. . enioys reading . .. record fiend .. . pert . . . college bound. JAY DUGAN Sammy General Football 3, 4. . . baseball 2, 3, 4 . . . varsity club 2, 3, 4 . . . hi-y 3 . . . star pitcher . . . bowling ace . . . flies low in a Ford . . . perfect form on roller skates . . . wise guy . . . self-styled casanova . . . Army. ROBERT DUNCAN Unk Academic Stage crew 3, 4 . . . radio staff 3, 4 . . . mechanical genius . . . tall and lanky . . . big ioker . . . his limousine . . . considerate . . . inventor . . . future engineer. JOANNE EICHELBERGER I0 Academic lntramurals l, 2, 3,4 . . . band 2, 3, 4 . . . girls' chorus 2, 3, 4 . . . mixed chorus 2, 3, 4 . . . orchestra 4 . . . SHAWNEE staff 4 . . . play production 3, 4 . . . spanish club 4 . . .tri-hi-y 3, 4 . . . a spitfire . . . Mr. Thomas' trig whiz . . . campfire happy . . . kidded about "them home-bred hogs" . . . hill-billy hits . . . college . . . element- ary teacher. l26l We if ,iv X, lf' Ti .. M, CATHERINE H. ENSlGN Hart Academic Intramurals l, 2, 3, 4 . . . girls' chorus 2, 3 . . . mixed chorus 2, 3, 4 . . , SHAWNEE staff 4 . . . play production 3. . . play cast 4 ...latin club l, 2 . . . "2'l" club 3, 4 . . . student council 2, 4 . . . tri-hi-y 3, 4 . . . national honor society 3, 4 . . . home ec club 2 . . . quiet . . . horses are her first love .. . serious minded .. . tower of strength . . . future agriculturist. NANCY E. ERICKSON Nancy Academic Mixed chorus 3, 4 . . . girls' chorus 3, 4 . . .band l,2,3,4. . .tri-hi-y4. . . reserved . . . ex-Phillipsburger . . . taxi service . . . long letter writer . . . abhors liver . . . cheerful . . . wants to travel . . . nurse. DALE ESHELMAN Buck General Fast trips to York . . . national guards- man . . . tow-head . . . undergrad interest .. . always parked outside room l4 . . . worries over oral reports . . . easily embarrassed . . . skilled craftsman . . . bricklayer. LlLLlE M. ESHELMAN Mae Commercial Intramurals l, 2, 3, 4 . . .friendly . . . always willing to lend a helping hand . . . dislikes classical music . . . crazy about spaghetti . . . persevering . ., quiet, but fun . . . business college. I 954 I I U VEANNA J. FISHER Vea Commercial Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4 . . . girls' chorus 2, 3, 4 .. . mixed chorus 3 SHAWNEE staff 4 . . . play production 3. . .pIaycast4. . .tri-hi-y 3,4. . . drama club I, 4 . . . steno club 4 . . leaders club 2, 3 . . . miss tap-toe . . . all around sports enthusiast . . . dan- gling earrings . . .fast talker. . .loves to travel . . . dancer. ERMA R. FOX Rita General Steno club 4 . . . ready smile . . . widely read . . . little girl . . . good sense of humor . . . unattected . . snobbish people don't impress her . . . stenographer. DONALD E. GHER Hose General Intramurals 4 . . . varsity club 2, 3, 4 . . . leaders club I, 2, 3 . . . student council 3, 4 . . . football 2, 3, 4 . . . basketball 2 . .. baseball 4 natural born athlete . .. crew cut . . . good looking . . . wiry . . . com- placent . . . his five o'clock shadow . . . contractor. ARDREY A. GILBERT Argie Academic Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4 . . . girls' chorus 2, 3, 4 . . . mixed chorus 3, 4 . . TIMES staft 4 . . . SHAWNEE staff 4 . . . latin club I . . . spanish club 2 . . . red cross council I, 2, 3, 4 . . cheerleader I, 2, 3, 4 . . . commercial art club 3, 4 . . . dramatic club I . . tri-hi-y 3, 4 . . . national honor society 3, 4 . . . coquette . . . favors tall boys . . . football queen . . . buoyant . . Penn State. deacon comedy, qeafzfook ARDELLA GRUVER Del Commercial Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4 . . . SHAWNEE staff 4 . . . play production 3, 4 . . . "2I" club 3, 4 . . . tri-hi-y 3, 4 . . . dramatic club I . . . ready smile . . Phillies fan . . . sweet personality . . .thoughtful . . . faithful worker. . . future secretary. JAMES HAKE Pancho General Hi-y 3 . . . baseball mgr. 3 . . . track 4 . . . sleeps through phys. ed . . . pool shark . . . bulletin board artist . . . fight promoter . . . Fords are in his future .. . mechanical drawing specialist . . . radio and television school. ' PATRICIA A. HALE Pat Commercial Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4 . . . girls' chorus 2, 3 . . . mixed chorus 2, 3, 4 . . . SHAWNEE stat? 4 . . . play cast 3, 4 . . . dramatic club I . . . library club I,2,3,4..."2I"club3,4... tri-hi-y 4 . . . national honor society 4 . . . steno club 4 . . . red cross council I, 2, 3, 4 . . . class treasurer 3, 4 . . busy clubwoman . . . good sport . . . reliable . . . hockey fan . . . F. 81 M. interest . . . medical arts school. FLORENCE HARING Red General Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4 . . . girls' chorus 2, 3 . . . mixed chorus 3 . . . play production 3, 4 . . . spanish club 3 . . . dramatic club 4 . .. idolizes Eddie Fisher . . .traveling . . . dislikes pesty people . . . often seen but seldom heard . . . hopes to be a beautician. l27l SENIGRS zememdefa cfczee zdaahg, maya?-fine campaign JUDITH A. HARKISON Judy Academic Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4 . . . twirler I, 2, 3, 4 . . . mixed chorus 2, 3, 4... girls' chorus 4 . . . TIMES co-editor 4 . . . SHAWNEE staff 4 . . . play pro- duction 3, 4 . . . commercial art club 3, 4 . . . national honor society 3, 4 . . . latin club I . . . tri-hi-y 3, 4 . . . that Florida tan . . . high stepper. . . with a broken leg . . . able iournalist . . . Penn State co-ed. JO ANNE HENCH Jo Academic Intramurals 2, 3, 4 . . . SHAWNEE staff 4. . . latin club I . . . tri-hi-y 3, 4 . . . dependable . . . basketball enthusiast . . . convention happy . . . crazy about convertibles . . . consid- erate . . . willing worker . . . college. ROBERT A. HORTON Bob Commercial Hi-y club 4 . . . football 4 . . . basket- ball 4. . . prefers short girls. . . ping- pong fan . . . basketball sharpshooter . . . shuns snobbery . . . carefree. . . active national guardsman . . . deter- mined . . . T. V. technician. JAMES L. HUFFER Wax General Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4 . . . play pro- duction 3 . . . hi-y 3, 4 . . . varsity club 4 . . . baseball 3, 4 . . . football 4 . . . hotrodder . . . crew cut . . . nonchalant . .. dodges boro police . . .tease . . . small but powerful . . college. I28l JANICE E. HUGHES Super Commercial Intramurals I, 3, 4 . . . girls' chorus 4 . . . a laugh you'll never forget . . . roller skating champ . . . flashy temper . . . small but mighty . . . prankster . . .light hearted. . .loves to talk. . . office work. MARILYN Y. HUGHES Marilyn Commercial Intramurals I . . . steno club 4 . . . blushes easily . . . quiet . . . con- scientious . . . natural blonde . . . a friend of everyone . . . no subway rides for her . . . private detective's secretary. STEPHEN P. INTRIERI Big Lou General Intramurals I, 3, 4 . . .varsity club 3, 4 . . . hi-y 3. . .football 3, 4 . . . track 3,4...darkeyes...robust... crazy about cars . . .and football. . a scotfer . . . unpredictable . . armed services. ROBERT W. KAUFFMAN Beanie Academic Intramurals 3, 4 . . . band I, 2, 3, 4 . . . orchestra 4 . . . TIMES staff 3, 4 . . . SHAWNEE staff 4 . . . play cast 3, 4 . . . radio staff 4 . . . varsity club 3, 4 . . . national honor society 4 . . . basketball 3, 4 . . . ace sports reporter . . . never on time . . . con- stant heckler . . . N.C. Hi's Jerry Lewis . . a swell guy . . . character actor . . . ministry. I 954 aaamq cam gfmdaaz'c'm cfaedcw, exczme VIOLA M. KAUFFMAN Vi General Intramurals I . . . steno club 4 . . . latin club I . . . gift of gab brusque humor . . . can't stand snobs . . . enthusiastic . . . easy going . . . atfable . . . future secretary. CAROL A. KEPLINGER Carol Academic Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4 . . . mixed chorus 2, 3, 4 . . . girls' chorus 2, 3, 4 . . . TIMES staff 3, 4 . . . SHAWNEE staff 4 . . . play production 4. . . play cast 3 . . . library club I, 2, 3, 4 . . . student council 3, 4 . . . national honor society 2, 3, 4 . . .home ec. club 2 . . . cheer- leader I, 2, 3, 4 . . . pert Halloween queen . . . live wire . . . co-operative . . . good for an argument . . . food in any form . . . home economist. CHARLES C. KICHMAN, JR. Chas Academic Intramurals I . . . mixed chorus 2, 3, 4 . . . boys' chorus 2, 3, 4 . . . varsity club 2, 3, 4 . . . student council I, 2, 3, 4 . . .football 2, 3, 4 . . . basketball 3,4. . .track3,4. . .bigtease.. . blushing blond . . . superman size . . . football king . . . future All American . . . enioys horseback riding . . . University of Maryland. IRVIN E. KIEHL Irv Academic Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4. . . band I, 2, 3, 4 . . . orchestra l, 2, 3, 4 . . . mixed chorus 2, 3, 4 . . . boys' chorus 2, 3, 4 . . . SHAWNEE staff 4 . . . play pro- duction 3, 4 . . . varsity club 2, 3, 4 . . . boys' athletic club 2, 3, 4 . . . spanish club 4 . . . student council 2 . . . football 2, 3, 4 . . . baseball 2, 3, 4 . . . all around sportsman . . . good looking . . . impish . . . light- hearted . . . armed services. LOIS KNORR Lois General Intramurals I, 2 . . . girls' chorus 2, 3 4 . . . play production 4 . . . library club 2, 3, 4. . .tri-hi-y 3,4 . . .I in the library . . . likes to dance no gymnast . . . those army boys hates hill-billy music . . . receptionist. JOHN KOHLER Kohler General H 3 Intramurals 4 . . . hi-y 3 . . . baseball ' 3, 4 . . . oh, those blue eyes! . . . a real Q 4 fs - timid fawn . . . blushes crimson . . sf that wholesome look . . . crazy about baseball . . . and eating . . . future " '4 ' farm owner. 'V' . 5 fifiix .V Q 'N ii, 'J I S 'l'i ' ' GEORGE KOHN Bone General Intramurals 2, 3, 4 . . . hi-y 3 expert swimmer . . . European traveler . . . persistent questioner . . . angler and hunter . . . casual . . . working man. . . navy bound. JOHN B. KOPP Jack Academic Intramurals 4 . . . band I, 2, 3, 4 . . orchestra 'l, 2 . . . chorus 2, 3 . . . play cast 3 . . . varsity club 4 . . . hi-y 3 . . . baseball 2, 3, 4 . . . football 2, 3, 4 . . . basketball 3 . . .track 3, 4 . . . Cambridge prexy . . . Adonis . . . quiet . . . that physique smooth . . . hard to please . . . future pharmacist. 29 ives SENIORS fzeaiew "7c'me4" deemed, l'c'z'L'5e Wwldcm JACK C. KRONE Beck Academic ROBERT MclVOR Piz General Intramurals 4. . . band l, 2, 3, 4 . . . Intramurals l, 2, 3 . . . hi-y 3 . . - orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . SHAWNEE staff 4 . . . band room's his second home . . . can do without homework . . . knows something about every- little boy look . . . giggle box . . - noted for his waddle . . . girl conscious . . . hates to rise and shine . . . demon on roller skates . . . allergic to cops thing . . . well mannered . . . plays a . . . contractor. smooth trombone . . . airforce hopeful. KATHLEEN L. LAUGHMAN Kathy Commercial FAY MARKLEY Liz Commercial Intramurals 'l, 3, 4 . . . SHAWNEE staff 4 . . . play production 3, 4 . . . Intramurals l, 2, 3, 4 . . . steno club 4 roller rink regular . . . willing dramatic club l . . .latin club l . . . tri-hi-y 4 . . . steno club 4 . . . "2l" club 3, 4. . . prefers Ford convertibles . . . crazy about spaghetti . . . roller skating enthusiast . . . reliable . . . hearty laugh . . . plans to be a sec- retary. helper. . . loquacious . . . can't stand carrots . . . constant movie-goer . . . hill-billies are her speciality . . . clerical worker. KARANETTA L. LAZARUS ' Kelly Academic Intramurals l, 2, 3, 4 . . . band l, 2, 3, 4 . . . girls' chorus l, 2 . . . SHAWNEE staff 4 . . . play production 3, 4 . . . tri-hi-y 3, 4 . . . drama club I . . . RALPH MARKLEY, JR. Ralphie Jr. General Intramurals 2, 3, 4 . . . baseball 3 4, . . . Mr. Elicker's pal . . . courteous . . . movie bug , . . vocabulary dodger . . . carpenter of note . . . helpful photogenic basketball sharp shooter . . . date bait . . . school spirit . . . always smiling . . . coquet- tish . . . destination south. . . sports fan . . . armed forces. GLOMA M' LUTZ ' JAMES C. MAXWELL Toots Academic A, Max General Intramurals 'l, 2, 3, 4 . . . band front ,- A in - lnlramumls lf 2: 3: 4 - ' ' hl'Y 3 - ' - 2' 3, 4 . v . mixed Chorus 2, 3' 4 u . i I, - , h, ' smooth dresser . . . gets along with girls, chorus 2, 3' 4 . D l SHAWNEE V Z -E ,Z S everyone . .. .fast man on roller skates staff 4 . . . play production 4 . . . tri- - Q. I - - - lalkfmve - - - holes Snobs - - - hi-y 3, 4. . . home ec. club 2 . . .latin 'iii it K J - R Und 9055'P - - - Car CWZY - - - f'-'fU"e club l . . . drama club 4 . . . songbird . H L ' A --f-' gob' . . . excitable . . . loves good music g 4. . . . favors tall men . . . occupational A ,,,, 1 ,h 'i'e .1 A, Q I, TLV em PY' Y ' ' A 5, K' irir Q l30l I 954 5444494 cacz ciacc day cwiicc, picnic an MENDAL C. MEARKLE Mendy Academic Intramurals I, 3, 4 . . .band I, 2, 3, 4 . . . boys' chorus 3 . . . mixed chorus 2, 3, 4 . . . orchestra 2, 3, 4... TIMES staff 4 . . . SHAWNEE stat? 4 . . . play cast 3, 4 , . . red cross council I, 2, 3, 4. . . varsity club 2, 3, 4 . . . drama club 4 . . . boys' athletic club I, 2 . . . baseball 2, 3, 4 . . . basketball 4 . . . always "busting" people .. . dramatic ability horseplay specialist . . . baseball pro . . . Bradley University. NANCY C. METZ Nan General Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4 . . . band I, 2, 3, 4 . . . mixed chorus 2, 3, 4 . . . girls' chorus 2, 3, 4 . . . TIMES staff 4 . . . SHAWNEE staff 4 . . . tri-hi-y 3, 4 . . . red cross council I, 2, 3, 4 . . . home ec. club 2 . . . dramatic club I . . . cherry pie queen . . . stylish . . . fastidious . . . likes her men tall . . . Eddie Fisher fan . . . curly hair . . . future secretary. BENJAMIN MILLER Ben General Intramurals I, 2 . . . scenery crew I, 2, 3, 4 . . . chauffeurs the chicks . . . speed fiend . . . loud mufflers . . . green thumb . . . numerous trips to NC . . . earnest hunter . . . hopeful mechanic. GAYLE MILLER GUYIS General Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4 . . . SHAWNEE staff 4 . . . tri-hi-y 3, 4 . . . play production 3, 4 . . . home ec. club 2 . . . sincere . . . last minute arrivals . . .horse-tailhair-do. . .iitterbug fan . . . football enthusiast . . . prefers popular music . . . stenographer. 12,4 wh MQ -me I GLENN E. MILLER Glenn General Intramurals 4 . . . hi-y 4 . . . motor cycle mad . . , a little guy . . . who makes a big noise . . . homework dodger . . . history does not rate high . . . prefers vacations , . . at the sea side . . . auto mechanic. SALLY A. MILLER Sal Academic Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4 . . . orchestra I, 2, 3, 4 . . . mixed chorus 2, 3, 4 . girls' chorus 4 . . . sextet 2, 3, 4 . band 3, 4 . . . TIMES staff 3 4 SHAWNEE staff 4 . . . play cast 4 radio staff 4 . . . latin club 2 national honor society 3, 4 . . . tri-hi y 3, 4 . . . top musician . . . easily flustered. . .versatiIe. . .futurec JACK E. MORTON o-ed .lack General Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4 . . . band I, 23 4 . . .handsome blond . . . crazy about planes . . . oh, that chemistry moody . . . reticent . . . conceited girls annoy him . . . art critic . . . con tion engineer. ROSE MORTON struc Rose Commercial Intramurals I, 2, 4 . . . SHAWNEE staff 4 . . . play production 3 steno club 4 . . . drama club I talkative . . . but shy . . . rel . . . neat and trim . . . detests s weather . . . conscientious . . . lover . . . stenographer. iable nowy music I3I HAROLD NESS Bucky General Hi-y 3, 4 . . . drives like a fiend in l l Ed General SENIORS thai Zack an eaftwwlczq danced, maade dated BARRY C. MOWREY Babe Academic Intramurals 2, 3 . . . boys' chorus 2 . . . band 'l, 2, 3 . . . SHAWNEE staft 4 . . . play production 3 . . . varsity club 3, 4 . . . basketball 3, 4 . . . baseball 4 . . . class treasurer 2 . . . smooth French accent . . . blushes easily . . . underclassmen's cavalier . . . math whiz . . . soda ierk . . . college bound. KENNETH NELSON Ken General Hi-y 3 . . . varsity club 3, 4 . . . base- ball 3, 4. . . hunter . . . swash buckler . . . "my gang" . . . non-conformist 'f . . . enioys both roller and ice skating if . . .virile . . . national guardsman. . . ,Eff on to the army. 'ff -, B Mi.. yy' Q 5 V5 1 2 cars innumerable . . . dodges state police . . . smooth mustachio-"the profile" . . . dapper dan . . . gallant with the gals . . . auto salesman. EDWARD R. NEWMYER Scenery crew club 2, 3, 4 . . . always late for the bus . . . no grammarian . . . favors chemistry . . . expert shop man . . . retiring . . . diligent worker . . . future plumber. l32l SHIRLEY F. OCKER Shirley Commercial Intramurals l, 2 . . . girls' chorus 3 . . . mixed chorus 4 . . . SHAWNEE staff 4 . . . play production 3 . . . steno club 4 . . . drama club l . . . friendly smile . . . reserved . . . help- ful . . . crazy over roller skating . . . pet peeve-writing essays . . . office worker. JUANITA M. ORRIS Nita Commercial Intramurals l, 2, 3, 4 . . . band l, 2, 3, 4 . . . mixed chorus 2, 3, 4 . . . girls' chorus 3, 4 . . .SHAWNEE stafli 4 . . . play production 3, 4 . . . tri-hi-y 3, 4 . . . commercial art club 3, 4 . . . drama club 'I . . . leaders club 2, 3 . . . steno club 4 . . .long brunette hair . . . sports minded . . . smooth dresser . . . understanding . . . modernist . . .secretary. DONALD ORT Don General Intramurals l, 2, 3, 4 . . . dislikes walking to school every day . . . bashful . . . dependable . . . favors soup . . . pool shark . . . sports en- thusiast . . . serviceman. STERLING L. ORT Turk Academic Intramurals l, 2, 3, 4 . . . SHAWNEE A staff4 ...hi-y club 2, 3,4 scenery crew club 2, 3, 4 . . . varsity club 3, 4 . . .football 4 . . . baseball 3, 4 . . . his "ortmobile" . . . favors underclassmen . . . likable personality . . . hard to discourage .. . easy going . . . aeronautics. I 954 ez can all wlalofzdea, caan! MARGARET J. PEIFFER Peggy Commercial Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4 . . . girls' chorus 3, 4 . . . mixed chorus 3, 4 . . . SHAWNEE staff 4 . . . play production 3 . . . play cost 4 . . . library club I,2,3,4. . ."2I" club 2,3,4. . . home ec. club 2 . . . steno club 4 . . . student council 4 . . . tri-hi-y 3 . . . peaches and cream complexion . . . calculating . . . steady . . . night-owl . . .congenialdisposition. . .secretary. DOROTHY PLATTS Dotty Commercial Intramurals I . . . play production 4 . . . steno club 4 . . . tri-hi-y 3 . . . always laughing . . . composed . . . enioys TV . . . never on time . . . or in a hurry . . . absences galore . . . movie zealot . . . buxom . . . clerk- typist. FRANK C. ROBBINS Dad Academic Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4 . . .band I, 2, 3 . . . orchestra 2, 3 . . . mixed chorus 2, 3,4...hi-y4 ...track3,4... crazy cat. . .plays a smooth sax . . . happy-go-lucky . . . muscular . . . could do without homework . . . but not without gals and more gals . . . navy. DALE A. ROCKEY lat General Intramurals 3, 4 . . . varsity club 2, 3, 4 . . .hi-y3,4. . .baseball2,3,4. . . football 4 . . . ace baseball hurler . . . ladies' man . . . likes all sports . . . and customized cars . . . blondes are his weakness . . . self-employed. FRANKLIN T. RU DY Rudy General Intramurals I . . . hi-y 4 . . . romeo in a turtle-neck sweater . . . restless . . . majors in study halls . . . frequent absences . . . individualistic . . . ama- teur gunsmith . . . can't stand duck tails . . . truckdriver . . . after the army. GILBERT SHAFFER, JR. Gil Academic Intramurals I, 3 . . . band I, 2, 3, 4 . . . orchestra I, 2, 3 . . . boys' chorus 2, 3, 4 . . . mixed chorus 2, 3, 4 . . . SHAWNEE staff 4 . . . play cast 3, 4 . . . student council 4 . . . varsity club 2, 3, 4 . . .football 2, 3, 4 . . .basket- ball 4 . . . rugged . . . football star . . . iust ask him . . . likes to argue . . . competitive spirit . . . football coach. EUGENE R. SHEW ELL Sonny General Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4 . . .tiger mascot I,2,3,4...pIaycast4...red cross councii' I, 2, 3 . . . spanish club 2, 3, 4 . . . hi-y 4 . . . optimistic . . . school spirit . . . loyal . . . out of town girls . . . our energetic tiger . . . undecided . . . office work. JOHN SHIMMEL Shim General Bashful . . , procrastinator . . . abhors knee socks . . . school is a side line . . . no book worm . . . can do without English class . . . good-looking . . cowboy in a Pontiac . . .future farmer. l33l SENIORS dream adam! cuddle chdalmaa camel, dalddaga JACQUELINE R. SHORTER Jackie Academic Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4 . . . band 2, 3, 4 . . . mixed chorus 3, 4 . . . girls' chorus 3, 4 . . . girls' sextet 4 . . , orchestra 4 . . . play production 3 . . . play cast 4 . . .latin club I . . .tri-hi-y 3, 4 . . . national honor society 4 . . . madcap . . . able mathematician . . . studious . . . always laughing . . . warbles with the sextet . . . angel of mercy. SHIRLEY SHOWALTER Shirley Commercial SHAWNEE staff 4 . . . drama club I . . . steno club 4 . . . York interests . . . shorthand whiz . . . friendly . . . pint size. . .typing champ. . .efficient office worker. . .oral book reports are off her list . . . future secretary. RALPH E. SHULER, JR. Hairy General Intramurals 3, 4 . . . mixed chorus 3, 4 . . . boys' chorus 3, 4 . . . hi-y 3, 4 . . . football 4 . . . the voice . . . Pooler's grocer . . . stamp collector . . . hunter . . . steadfast in purpose . . . prefers little gals . . . office worker. CAROLE ANNE SMITH Smitty Academic Intramurals 2, 3, 4 . . . SHAWNEE staff 4 . . . play cast 3, 4 . . . student council 2 . . . library club 3, 4 . . . "2I" club 3, 4 . . . tri-hi-y 3, 4 . . . a real puzzler . . . southern temper . . . fast talker . . . capricious . . . crazy about the Hilltoppers . . . Millersville. I34I LARRY A. SNOOK Larry General Intramurals I, 2, 3. . .band I, 2, 3, 4 . . . mixed chorus 2, 3, 4 . . . boys' chorus 2, 3, 4 . . . play production 4 track 3, 4 football 4 basketball 4 . . . lean good looks . . . taste for clothes . . . sportsman . . parrot talk . . . practical ioker . . . air force. WESLEY SNYDER Wes Commercial Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4 . . . SHAWNEE staff 4 . . . play production 4 . . . hi-y 3 . . . steno club 4 . . . national honor society 4. . . expert accountant . . . famous grin . . . industrious . . friendly . . . co-operative . . . com- mercial instructor. VINCENT SPADAFORE Vinceroy Academic Intramurals 4 . . . biology club 2 . . . english club 2 . . student council 2 . . . spanish club 3 . . . chemistry 3 . . . football 3 . . . track 3, 4 . . . class president 2 . . . Latin lover . . . smooth . .. "you'd better believe it" .. . pegged pants . . . admires sports cars . . . navy man. KENNETH G. SPANGLER Moose General Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4 . . . hi-y 4 . . . varsity club 3 . . . football mgr. 3, 4 . . . basketball mgr. 4 . . . baseball mgr. 2, 3, 4 . . . happy-go-lucky . . . constantly shaking someone's hand . . . Mr. Poole's buddy . . . redheads . . . perpetually broke . . . murders the king's English . . . armed forces. I 954 awp. emzyemma em WILLIAM SPEESE Bill General Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4 . . , boys' chorus 2 . . . TIMES staff 3 . . . SHAWNEE staff 4 . . . Spanish club 2, 3 . . . student council 3 . . . red cross council 2,3,4,..fronk...dapper... the curl. . . blue eyes are his weakness . . . can't stand oysters . . . college. MARJORIE SPONSLER Margie Academic Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4 . . . band I, 2, 3, 4 . . . national honor society 3, 4 . . . mixed chorus 2, 3, 4 . . . girls' chorus 4 . . . tri-hi-y 3, 4 . . . TIMES co-editor 4 . . . SHAWNEE staff 4 . . . play cast 3, 4 . . . radio staff 4 . . . Mechanics- burg interests . . . innocent blue eyes . . . excellent student . . . loves lobster . . Penn State bound. RONALD SPONSLER Eli General Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4 . . . band 2, 3, 4 . . . veteran hunter . . . keen on sports . . . especially football . . . a tiny tim . . . who prefers tiny gals . . . no friend of Webster . . . farmer. RONALD SPOONHOUR 5Poonie General Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4 . . . boys' chorus 2, 3, 4 ...mixed chorus 2, 3, 4 . .. SHAWNEE staff 4 . . . play production 3, 4 . . . student council 4 . . . scenery crew 2, 3, 4 . . . red cross council 4 . . . varsity club 4 . . . football 3, 4 . . . serious countenance . . . every- body's friend . . . sincere . . . tease . . . hunter . . . building contractor. YVONNE STEFFY Steffy Commercial Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4 . . . tri-hi-y 4 . . . drama club I . . . roller skating expert . . . modest . . . intramural ace . . . squeeze box artist . . . small package . . . sailors rate on her list . . . secre- tary. HELEN C. STOKER Helen Academic Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4 . . . band I, 2, 3, 4 . . . orchestra l, 2, 3, 4 . . . girls' chorus 4 . . . mixed chorus 2, 3, 4 . . . SHAWNEE staff 4 . . . play cast 3, 4 . . . tri-hi-y 3, 4 . . . radio staff 4. . . red cross council 4 . . . class treasurer I . . . class secretary 2, 3, 4 . . . exotic . . . latest in hair styles . . . sophisti- cated . , . the "eyes" have it . . . skilled actress . . . Home Ec. maior. EUGENE STRAUSS Gene General Commercial art club 3, 4 . . . drama club I . . .quiet. . . ardent televiewer . . . Red Buttons fan . . . modest . . . talented artist . . . reserved . . . will- ing worker . . . photographer. DELMONT W. SWEITZER Delmont General Intramurals 2, 3, 4 . . . shy . . . great outdoorsman . . . enioys roller skating . . . and good music . . . earnest. . . a go-getter . . . future businessman. I35l Susie Play zheeeme EVELYN M. TRAVER Commercial production 4 . . . "2I" club 3, 4 . . . national honor society 4 . . . steno club 4 . . . home ec. club 2. . .central treasury 4 . . . trustworthy . . genia parties . . . but not rain . . . . con- and silly I . . . enioys ice skating . . . giggle . . . prospective secretary. Jim JAMES R. TRITT General Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4 . . . play cast 3, 4... red cross council I, 2, 3, 4 . . . student council I, 2, 3, 4 . . . national honor society 3, 4. . . most dependable . . . smooth . . . card shark . . . dark wavy hair . . . ready smile . . . armed forces. GARY TROWBRIDGE Eraspus General Intramurals 4 . . . hi-y 3 . . . noon softball veteran . . . hookey player hunter . . . enthusiastic about baseball. . . anxious to graduate . . . no eager beaver . . . army. Web King CHARLES WEBSTER General size . . . rebel . . . apathetic southerner . . . naturally loves moun- tain music . . . but not school activities mechanics and stock cars are his future. I36 I S E N l Q RS commencement ,efzogeczme elrmlamcze RUSSELL WHEELER Russ General Intramurals I, 2, 3 . . . spanish club 2 . . . another hotrodder . . . volleyball ace . . . tinkering with cars . . . hates rain . . . and nagging. . . big grocery man . . . navy. FRED WIGFIELD Ill Tripper Academic Intramurals I, 3, 4 . . . mixed chorus 3, 4 . . . boys' chorus 2, 3 . . . SHAWNEE staff 4 . . . student play producer 3, 4 . . . student council I, 2, 3, 4 . . . president 4 . . . radio staff 3, 4 . . . national honor society 3, 4 . . . varsity club 3, 4 . . . basket- ball3,4...classV.P.2,3,4... crew cut. . . golf pro . . . always busy . energetic . . . dabbler in the arts . . .excellent speaker. . .engineering. LAVERN G. WILT Meri General Photo club I . . . courteous . . . doesn't appreciate tests . . . T. V. wrestling fan . . . . avid hunter . . . handyman . . . dabbles with the brush . . . air force radar work. DONALD R. WINTER . D, W, Academic Intramurals 4 . . . band I, 2, 3, 4 . . . orchestra I, 2, 3, 4 . . . mixed chorus 2, 3, 4 . . . boys' chorus 2, 3 . . . basketball 3 . . . baseball 4 . . .smooth on a dance floor . . . those tardy slips . . . tall and blond . . . day dreamer . . .leisurely pace. . .college hopeful. I 954 ,blew fanned 441655 ezcclfemeat, an RONALD WINTER Ewell General Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4 . . . band I, 2, 3 . . . chorus 2, 3 . . . orchestra 2, 3 . . . play cost 4 . . . play production 3 . . . track 3, 4 . . . his pea coal' . . . good sports-minded . . . bass voice . . . peanuts . . . hot tempered . . . hall promenader . . . would-be clown . . . air force. EARL W. WOLFE, JR. Bill Academic Intramurals I, 2, 4 . . . mixed chorus 4 . . . boys' chorus 3 . . . bond I, 2, 3, 4 . . . orchestra 3, 4 . . . varsity club 3, 4 . . . football 2, 3, 4 . . . Eddie Fisher of N. C. H. S. . . . big appetite . . . romeo . . . debonair . . . lady killer . . . good man on the gridiron . . . college. CLETUS W. WRITER Writer General Intramurals 3, 4 . . . vocabulary never bothers him . . . big words stun him . . . quiet . . . crazy about shop . . . enioys making things . . . keeps out of trouble . . . mechanic. BETTY LOU YINGER Proxy V Commercial Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4 . . .leaders club 2 . . . steno club 4 . . . eye catching blond . . . taboo on conceited people . . . basketball ace . . . good sport . . . diligent worker . .. one day beautician. ROBERT L. YO DER Yo Commercial Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4 . . . band l, 2, 3, 4 . . . orchestra 3, 4 . . . SHAWNEE staff 4 . . . play production 4 . . . man with a horn . . . crazy about iazz . . . sports enthusiast. . . likable . . . busi- ness education. SANDRA L. ZEIGLER Sandy Academic Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4 . . . vivid auburn hair . . . moth whiz teased . . . and oh! able sportswoman . . .horticuIturist. . . . always being that temper . . . . . . self-assured I37I l , QQ fi-ff A W 5 ' xl, N 1 Kfqfiwgf A , 'W vxiww Xlvfivmwfw V . 5w ,. A 'wgqg W k , , W NYIIYTNVX. ' 'il A A J. my f- , - X' ' , f " . i?'Q12:riV'w-:A . ' 1 Q W J: ,Q k 'QM , X :wwf ,- ' vi k A - ..,,, ,.gAQg,a235gPfwsmhY'ff7?, wi 3 W - , ' ' 5 "f a: ' ' fH:f'fSfSWK,,Y ZW' T 'Q THQ- . , 1 - , x,.w.,,,,,,6, gg, ,, 1 ..,. 1 - ..,,.,, gig-g w-sw ,vm .L M7115 I Y. -2+ ----: --f- ' f . ,, . k ' ': , z, gqw-Lf-Q?1!fl2 . ,. -fy , Mc: Y ,X ffiimev-1f'2mvW'v44g.ws,aw Q fu- wiv- f 3' 1 5 fs , k LT., M. N. NX Y 5 ' 9 y. af ... 5 TODAY ,.,,. b 35 CLASS OF i955 I I I I I l lean! ua magayme mmpacgn, ,- , A l MAJOR PROBLEMS . . . are forever present for M V hard-working iuniors. Shown here discussing the events of the year are class officers: Janet Snyder, treasurer, Dorene Brosius, vice-president, Brian Donley, president: and Donna Stonesifer, secretary. One of the most impressive undertakings by this ambitious group of 120 members was their victory over the seniors in the annual magazine campaign. Through their victory they netted S1100 toward their yearbook. The year's program includes: Flight Nurse, the class movie, a delightful assembly program comparing the past with the future, Riddle Me Riches, the class play: and in the spring, a trip to Washington, D. C. where many notable places were visited. To complete a most successful year, on May 28, the iunior prom gave a repeat performance ' at swank Hotel Hershey. Q. . , t - S , ' ' W 'Lf i.. A "" ' : - A .- ' we A 'Q V , f '- , : if Q I pit: ' T L wg . A' -3' A kg B' is f ' : N 31" T' 1 si sw7f'1 W , - . by "Y 'rc 5- 4: ,,,, , 32' ., , D i 'J K S3 . , ' ,1 x in 35 Ag ., 1. ,g ,. g i L ' sses L Q fi ss. :B I - '52 W ' .Ls-. - as ' - , ,iw ' 5. K i- 'K' x in L' 'B er 2 'F - iv 1 . :P N uf W v aa i L. f A .. gi L., ii 1-6 QW N i Y, ,awp 'u we Q ,Av t U Y f s i Q U . ,,., ' M 'K A L ti ' 1'if::f:s:::5':5"5:sp.5:: :.:. V , ,:- , gy Q M 'N O , ' ,wwigw , .L P . Q if - , A s , Pictured above, row one: Leslie Alber, Nancy Altland, Donna Artley, Atha Baer, Mary Jane Baker, William Basila, Wayne Belmont, LaVern Bennett, Con- stance Berrier. Row two: Wayne Biller, Donald Blazer, Barbara Borke, Betsy Brackbill, Jerry Brandt, Maybelle Brenizer, .laqueline Bretz, Dorene Brosius Joseph Buccieri. Row three: Marian Bupp, Jerry Burns, Donna Buss, Robert Buxton, Richard Chorpenning, Frank Class, .Iohn Conley, Conway Cook, John Deardorff. l40l 4126 ' df40t664" f 0 I ,. 1 ll- ' 62 J , L F 1 J Js v R Q J , ff' f ,X is by . . , WJ K A .3 -si A - A f is v L- f, -if V :Q-.. I: I:-E ,," ' V 4 V 5 -N A ,fl 'ov f -,,, .V Q J ll: PQ Sl Q di Q KX Q 'Y 'if' gtk 'Skip ' if +1 5, Q' 5 if X ? ilwvii we Pictured above, row one: Donna Deckman, Pat Dierich, Thelma Diller, Brian Donley, Joseph Dorwart, Doris Ehman, Mardee Eichelberger, Roger Estep, Dale Fink. Row two: Frank Frankenfield, Mary Ann Gemmill, Nancy Gruver, Janet Hartman, Mary Jo Herman, Jon Hoffman, Jay Hoover, Barbara Horton, Ernest Horton. Row three: Galen Houck, Floyd Hutton, David James, Carol Johns, Alfred Johnson, Mariorie Johnson, Larry Kaul'Tman, Irene Knudsen, Donald Koller. Row four: Marlin Krebs, Sally Krone, John Lawyer, William Lentz, Shirley Lewis, Lavere Linthurst, Wilbur Maclvor, Elizabeth McGrath, Barbara Martin. Row five: Ann Miller, Joyce Miller, Maurice Miller, Robert Miller, Linda Mills, John Moltz, Douglas Mowrey, Garry Murray, Homer Myers. Row six: James Nissel, Marsha Nonemaker, Arthur Palese, Thomas Papp, William Peters, Sandra Prowell, Gladys Rehm, Sandra Reimer, Tracy Rhodes. l4ll aw-my out amfdzfioae ,dam If .gs Q0 S W 5 t WT' .lv 5: x Q in ' g -f xi 3 X -if ,'.: .-if ,'... 5 . Q W" :- i ef 5 I of r , -,-L M W vs. V M 2:1 , laws: ' , 'K 15- J sg i 1 Pictured above, row one: George Smith. Row two: Dale Sterner. Row three: Wacker. Row four: John Zeigler, Joyce Zeigler. f J . 'Ti l if iz, .V 5. A, fiz - - ' S iiif , - l' 'Sc ks Q TI 4 ,.V.,,1. A V 'Q ii Rohland Richardson, Harry Roller, Sophia Rosinski, Charles Ross, Thomas Scott, Elmer Shaub, Ralph Shearer, Dwight Simpson, Sandra Smith, Georgann Snell, Orpha Snell, Janet Snyder, Jacqueline Spohr, Mary StautTer, Glenn Steoger, Gary Steffen, Barbara Stoner, Janet Stoner, Donna Stonesifer, Sonia Thompson, Janis Titler, Helen Treder, Patricia Troxell, Mary Tusing, Paul Weigle, John Wertz, Shirley Willis, Sally Wilson, Clair Wilt, Gloria Wilt, Richard Wilt, Ina Wise, Mary Zeiders. Raw five: Joan WCRKING TOGETHER . . . makes a better finished iob, these Spanish ll students find in preparing a foreign exchange booklet on N. C. Hi. Pictured left, row one: Marsha Nonemaker, Connie Berrier, Richard Chor- penning, Doris Ehman. Row two, Charles Ross, Nancy Gruver, Eva Cressler, and Thomas Papp. l42l CLASS OF 1956 S amofzee Mow emfhaedcwm, asian! wma l DISCUSSING ARRANGEMENTS . . . for the sophomore class party held on February 27, 1954, are the class o'FFicers, Larry Bomgardner, president, Colette LaVanture, treasurer, Diane Hollister, secretary, and Robert Hazel, vice-president. The Solar Swing, attended by most of the 154 members of the class, used a space theme with decorations including Martians and a huge rocket ship. The King's Court provided the background for their assembly, a high point of the year. Zoot-suited Jerry Coleman, master of ceremonies, added humor between the acts while Colette LaVanture, Sandra Norford, and Mary Margaret Park did their share to make it a success. For their last activity of the year they traveled to Wash- ington, April 15, where they visited Mount Vernon, Arlington Cemetery, and Washington National Airport. Class spirit and cooperation are the chief ingredients of the class of "56." E A.. we-L 5 . S 1 i J., n wr-wil' We Q. it cdy ,ws H ,L 1 -1 fe? ' Z fi R 1 s.. 1 Q , E ' A' li' l ' ' 'T' 2.3-3 -"W iii, 3 s.- ' ,., L, fe we, I., ST , F E 2 to A 1' l"'-.- " .i .1 A ,L At N , X it ji --" :if 'kgrzzry kr toe: 5 'Q , ,Q V 1, .. 'S M if . 2 f Saeed ,,s,fA,!fAfzffem , 4 , p .-.-- ' ogg A A I U, L ' ,ai ,A 'ML Z I .. i s er s . 4 altmyi rigs L ,, ar- K 38 gi ,W-., at V , me is Q 5 L, f ii 2 J F, diggs' x 9 xi, x ii is Q fe Q., A. g Q 9 aa W, , fir 'f Si: li 3' 5 A fy faiizfiizfez -- 1 A 7. ,, y , , V age? Q93 V - Q ' 'Qs .. QM lie or five? 5. at .W 7 Q fx , "fill , ' 3 it Xl giktl F15 In f.. its essay' Q1 L Pictured above are, row one: Joyce Arnold, Deann Babbitt, Richard Basila, Beverly Bennar, Carol Bock, Larry Bomgardner, 'Joan Brenneman, Vicki Brock man, Jane Brugnoni. Row two: Joann Campbell, Jerry Coleman, Ronald Coleman, Charles Cornman, William Coup, Betty Danner, Parker DeWalt, Ernest Dierich, Donald Dilliplane. Row three: Carole Dorwart, Stanley Dravk, Norman Duey, Kathleen Earles, Sarah Eisley, Gail Eley, Betty Erney, Ardith Estep Russell Failor. Row four: William Fetrow, Dalthamae Fink, Mary Lou Fisher, Mary Lou Fluss, Donald Forry, Robert Freet, Esther Frischkorn, Ronald George Linda Gotllob. l 43 ,anzfeama Pictured above, row one: Thomas Gray, Alice Griffith, Rovenna Gundy, David Haring, JoAnn Haring, Walter Haring, Patricia Harkins, Jane Harkison, Jean Hart. Row two: Russell Hart, Ray Hartman, Larry Hartzell, Robert Hazel, Larry Hesketh, Doris Hess, John Hewitt, Elinor Johnson, Flora Keefer. Row three: Robert Keller, Ronald Kennedy, Janet Kerstetter, Robert Kiehl, Terry King, Paula Lantz, Colette LaVanture, Ronald Lawyer, James Leese. Row four: Phyllis Lengeman, Margie Lesher, Frank Lindauer, Paul McCreary, Ruthann McGrath, Mary Louise Marzolf, Ronald Meas, Connie Menear, Catherine Mikos. Row five: John Millard, Martha Miller, Patricia Miller, Robert Miller, Sandra Miller, Harry Minskey, JoAnn Moore, Joseph Moore, Edward Morrow. Row six: Verdella Morrow, Sandra Mumma, Donald Muth, Rose Muza, Nancy Nearhood, Richard Neeley, Arlene Newmyer, Sandra Norford, Beatrice Olewiler. Row seven- Arlene O'Neal, Cynthia Orner, Nancy Ort, Joan Page, Mary Margaret Park, James Payne, Nancy Poet, Leroy Price, Winifred Prowell. l44l eel! aew zecofwla da 72 J' fr . ' 'K M L .. zz" KR . . Legs -. K 1 an . , 1 L . ' " "" L -2: :JL '. 'wa J -,,. 4. 1. M . ., Y XA W . 43. P . I . 'A .ye aff? fm, ' ' gg,.w:Mg13f5? 5, . . x.v:s.,:-.rims z Q - - .-fN?1Msv3a'fMf:ami 2:42 55: ' " ' r.:-, Els.. A ""' as . gg: wwf - ts s 1 Nm rv we 3 '5- , sz M SZ as M 1 2 "S F 6'- a. ' . . t K if ia E it R , ?1- ex ilu ...Mf- g s. 'K tl . f silly., Q? A Q In ,k it 'a ,.,,, D 6,3 K X . in -f- Ig ,F Q, R L -is . it Q wee- ' ,Sw . me 4,55 M. 52,1 ef. . tg' fp, I , -,'v xl Q3 s . l, WWh 5' , A R yu 'A ,E ,sl 5 W ig .sf , A . , . ,. i - . 1 , 'ft' e-A as . -Q ,sw ' LEW J sr., 6 f '- . ff , ' 'im' ws. " I ""' 5 " Y .,,, V' A f "' L l.-Q ,..,, :E,vv.,:E?,. 5, ...I ...., X i Y . g be ' if ' V1 ff -' '3' mlilsffil R X ix' Pictured above are, row one: Patricia Quigley, Mary Randall, Phillip Reese, Michael Robertson, Sandra Romberger, Audrey Roof, Carol Rupp, George Savage, John Shaffer. Row two: Joann Shettel, Russell Shorter, Winifred Shuff, Ronald Simpson, Neal Sipe, Larry Snyder, Yvonne Snyder, Linda Spangen burg, William Steele. Row three: Gloria Stetty, Sandra Stetler, Virginia Stone, Harry Strauss, Oscar Taylor, Eloise Trough,.loycel-Tritt,wPaul-,Troy, Mark Turban. Row four: Richard Updegratf, Ronald Updegraff, David Vaughn, Linda Wakefield, Robert Walters, Audrey Weary, DorisfWertz, Donald'Whisler Joan Whitebread. Row five: Thomas Wildman, Samuel Wilson, Charles Wilt, Ray Wilt, Joline Winter, Clair Yeager, Richard Yearick, Sandra Zeigler Diane Zimmerman. PLANE LINES . . . Diane Zimmerman, right, turns teacher in plane geometry to instruct fellow classmates on parallel lines. Students Leroy Price, Jerry Burns, and Russell Shorter listen carefully. l45l ev' , f ' f '25 CLASS OF I957 ZQQUL ,ffzeadmea aldacaaez Z6 Zdfe W .. .o- . - P I . f if is 1952 ws, , . ....gz? 4 is 'Q- .sg .? swim M 1 FINDING ITS PLACE . . . in school affairs is a big problem for the freshman class. The responsibility of guiding approximately I54 newcomers in an entirely difterent environment rests upon the officers pictured left. They are Joanne Zeigler, vice-presi- dent, Ruth Diehl, secretary, Kirby Gale, president, Sandra Shearer, student council respresentative, and Barry Schwartz, treasurer. The Spring Frolic, attended by most of the members of the class on March 6, welcomed the end of winter with gay decorations, dances, and games. A take-oFF on the well-known T. V. show, This is Your Life provided the freshman class with an opportunity to display its outstanding students. As a happy ending for the year on April l4, four bus loads of eager kids pounced upon Washington, D. C. to learn first hand how our national capital operates. f- " . .W ' I K L , ,QV f vgilw isfln W es 15 ' LH .- tn izxiiffiwfgv " 2 . - I sitter- sk Ss.. .fits 3535 fag. I "1 'K I ., , ' ,212 ,.,, 9, Pictured above are, row one: Daniel Artley, Bonita Aughenbaugh, Throena Bailets, Ada Bair, Richard Bankert, Albert Benyou, Shelly Berg, Robert Best, Jacqulyn Bibbons. Row two: Ray Bishop, Barbara Blessing, Carol Blessing, Carl Books, William Brenner, Nancy Brinton, Samuel Brinton, Ralph Brubaker, Joseph Burger. Row three: Carol Christian, Donald Coble, Leonard Conley, Lee Croke, Carl Crone, Richard Curp, Robert Duron, Clare Davis, Philip DeBoard. I46 ywa anew excitement af elcweee, ,emtdee A5253 v :Q ---' ' ...,.'f' . , K .W . , .f 'll' ' " A ' J R it 'fi Tl K Law , ,. s Q P vi ll Kd Tr-' fx Li. 'Y K 1 e,e, , H?5?ffFYl'mg,f ll A V i ',: 4,' I M ,gi -I J . 'Y I ' - '-v t l ... -., ll Wi n gi rr Q .,hQ J. xr S - ,,,e.A. ,b 1' 5, 4 "" ' ':" "-' . . ., P' 4. K ,... . Z ' "': ",, l ,. I ' it i W? K H w ,"' fi . Q 'tw lv Q 3 g 1 5 t 'r my . W 5 ,,.:.. i l , M M ' 5 . 2 W ,,,NAw,,,h g H 'ui 'tk W- . H Q il 'l ,L 6 J N W--vi' V - i ' HY , Q ,1 E ,EQ X ,E y ht, fu.. K ! uw I ' Pictured above are, row one: Ruth Diehl, Catherine Ditlow, Stephen Dravk, Ray Eichelberger, Erris Eley, Regeanna Eshelman, Shirley Eshelman, Mae Ettinger, Janis Failor. Row two: Beverly Fetrow, Janice Fetrow, Robert Fetrow, Norma Fogle, Mary Freet, Kirby Gale, Dolores Gardener, Charla Grissinger, Joann Guistwhite. Row three: Clinton Hale, Loyal Harbold, John Haring, Ruth Harro, Barbara Hartman, Patricia Herr, Herbert Hoffmeier, Georgann Holland, Barbara Houck. Row four: Bruce Hughes, Catherine Hughes, Faye Hughes, Kaye Hughes, Yvonne Hughes, Raymond Johns, Dorothy Keefer, Delores Keller, K d ll R f' R' h rd Kenned Larry Kister Donald Kline Daisy Knudsen John Kohn, Judy Krick, Nancy Lambert, Richard Lambert, Judy Lantz. James en a . ow ive: ic a y, , , , Row six: Jean Lehman, Betsy Lehmer, Alice Lengeman, Linda Lentz, Carleton Lobb, Starr MacFarlane, Dollie Markley, Walter Mearkle, Dorothy Mentzer. Row seven: Joan Miller, JoAnne Miller, Donald Mills, Gerald Moore, Harriet Moore, William Moore, Sandra Mowrey, Patricia Mumper, Ronald Myers. l47l faeapaaedfdlitdea audi ,dlemucfze l M 1 -sg: ' K R991 'L'-f' f w. my d " -3'-'jf' 'Q' ,E M' i J wi, ' , A 1. 4 55,5 B Q f 55 5 iii 2 M -8- we gate' , 4, tba f -Q i 2 - "H K 11- g: , R - V ig? be T E.: .1 57 ix N ,t 1 , ,M , gg I Jw , Q Q , M' an za . W Q.. A fe 4. 1 ' ' hae 1.5 Z 5, - 1 me gg J ' in , xml 5 2'-1 Q, ik if Qi ,tif Q, W1 .W f ...- V ,me Adele, is li We N' Tif f Q, 1 S S ' I :.,w' E l l ' 2 71. . : Q , ff, . t 1 . . if ,LEE .- lf" . Q 5 J 'ff .mascfg we Q., Q X , 1 , gi? ' Q Q ,M X, fri A t iff ' All ' J. Lsigifll , ., si tg ,ffl 1 xg Xi if we S-,Eiga -S 1 n ww ' ' 1 J X ' A , 1' Q , K '::,5g:-I v f: 3- 7 V , ,M A W i .fgffii E VN ' fi . if .Y ,-. Ai : '9' f fs Z: ' 16. it V -.111 , gi. ,. s"2 1 ,L Q31-fy 'l I A152 'il ' ' , Pictured above are, row one: Margie Nearhood, Elwood Neiman, Andrew Noll, Charles Page, Sandra Prowell, Darlis Rehm, James Roberts, Gloria Rockey, Marlene Rodes. Row two: Geraldine Rothrock, Shelby Rudy, Joan Ruth, Jon Schminky, Susan Schrack, William Schrack, Barry Schwartz, Barry Seip, Caroline Shaw. Row three: Lois Sheaffer, Saundra Shearer, Kenny Shuff, Barbara Shuler, Ruth Shutt, James Smith, John Smoley, Sandra Snell, Gary Souders. Row four: .lay Spangler, Mardee Sparver, Ronald Speese, Sarah Spoonhour, Beverly Springer, Udine Steigerwalt, Arthur Sterner, Adrian Stetler, Faye Stoner. Row five: Grant Stoner, Earlene Stouffer, Mardee Stouffer, Sandra Stubbs, Olivia Sturgeon, Donna Troup, Jean Trout, Thomas Troy, Robert Warren. Row six: James Weakley, Ronald Whitcomb, Donald White, Rosemary White, Charles Wilt, Gladys Wilt, Walter Wilt, Theda Wintermyer, Patty Withrow. Row seven: James Wolfe, Kenneth Yinger, Joanne Zeigler. l48l CLASS OF l958 269455 gfmdaa ,0mlc'c6,0aZe in uhm! acz'6ac'z'6e4 AMBITIOUS PLANS . . . for a school year packed with activities are typical of these enthusiastic 8th graders. Their leading proiect, the Junior Hi-Lite, promises to furnish a monthly paper crammed full of iunior high news. Under the supervision of Mrs. Mary Myers with Gretchen Wright as editor, the paper is planned, written, and circulated by a complete staff of 8th graders. Strong leadership is also shown in an active Library club headed by Louise Wintermyer. Pictured at right are Sandra Prosser, president of room 8Ap Judy Robertson, president of room 8C, and Carlton Garrett, president of room 8B, going over final plans for the class trip to Gettysburg on May 5. The battlefield, electric map, and museum plus a special picnic lunch will i be the outstanding features of the tour. -il.1- i"' 5 J llli . it iit H yirwgzws- . Pictured above are, row one: William Addleblute, Ann Alexander, Martha Altland, Cecil Anderson, Fred Babbitt, Judy Backenstoss, Dennis Bair, Becky Lou Barstis, Janet Basore. Row two: Joyce Benedict, Arthur Berrier, Cynthia Bock, Miles Bomgardner, Bonita Bowers, Diane Bowles, Jerry Brackbill, Henry Brinkley, Paul Burkhart. Row three: Hattie Burkheimer, William Claar, Nevin Conley, Brandt Cook, Howard Coyer, Charles Crisp, Larayne Cullen, Sam Donner, Toni DiRoberto. l49l 'we ' fam and '74 - V - - AM -A 1 vi ,X E , ,, '.v,v E X Q 3, ,-M Q , Ig 'fl-SL:-w - .I .c M er . sf J' cf., J em r 'WT' X' -if Le i? IHIV, Q hy I , V J . 11 ,6 5jl l 3ifl?i? R ' . li . L -. ' .vw A 'Q' 'mikiff' a L 2 by .,,,, WE 1,, :'1. , Pictured above, are, row one: Clark Donley, Sherry Eley, Theda Eppley, Donna Failor, James Firestone, Clarissa Fite, Carleton Garrett, Mary Gladfelter, Thero Grissinger. Row two: Harry Grossman, William Haines, Dennis Hamill, Nancy Handshaw, Ada Haring, Mervin Haring, Charles Hoffman, Joseph Hooper, Mary Horton. Row three: Diane Huller, Joseph James, Thomas James, Betty Johnson, Dennis Kauffman, David Keagy, Joseph Keating, Barbara Kerstetter, Daniel Kohr. Row four: David Kopp, Fred Kremkau, Richard Kutz, Norma Laird, Robert McCreary, Ronald McCreary, William Mayer, George Miller, Patricia Miller. Row five: Paul Miller, Ronald Miller, Scott Miller, Patricia Moore, Ano Moyer, Larry Newcomer, Nancy Newcomer, Gary Noll, Gary Nye. Row six: Fred Orner, Sondra Prosser, Nancy Quigley, Grace Reilly, Linda Rhinehart, Judith Robertson, Keith Rockey, Charles Ruoff, Margaret Seibert. l50l de Zeczme, ala! mayhem if ft M , 1 yr, 2 ,c :As it xv N .:. y 'W 1 xg: J .L , ,,x 1 A f A ...:, WWW Ib n L - me fr f is Q r -K 5 s ff so , ' W... fi .. ,Q Q, rl 2' - Q , , N K f Q Y Wars? - V -if .im ., gin . 4 .,,,1: bgql , . r A A . f . L A"" F fissisn 4 r F' fy: ":' l F cl- . V I 5932" , W ,, 42 - ' ll' . V' Pictured above are, row one: Eleanor Shaub, Carl Shearer, Sandra Shewell, Jean Shue , Nanc 1 .V g . Y Y Q, 1 i in qc: E Simmons, Michael Steger, Donna Trotter, Henrietta Turban, Sandra Walters. Row two: Carl Q " v' Z fl A ' lf- Weltmer, Lester Wheeler, Nancy Wigtield, Lynda Wilt, Louise Wintermyer, Linda Wise, Mitchell ,,,. I ., 'V ' a f' Wolfe, Ronald Worley, Gretchen Wright. Row three: Dennis Yinger, Miriam Yinger, Melvin f Zimmerman. 6 Q pfrifw SPIRITED YOUNGSTERS . . . work hard on a variety of school proiects. A big deal for which they plan all year is the all important trip to Hershey on May 14. N This includes a tour of the Hershey chocolate factory, a walk through the gardens around beautiful Hotel Hershey, and picnicking and fun in the afternoon at the amusement park. Frequently on Friday evenings the class holds dances at the American Legion Hall to pro- ' vide funds for the big trip. Besides taking an active part in the Library club, they contribute to the Junior Hi-Lite as reporters. Intramural sports play an active part in their program. CLASS OF 1959 MM W W WW l5ii a ' eaiooldaqe Pictured above are, row one: Robert Agnew, Dale Ames, Suzanne Bachman, Thomas Baker, Anna Bankes, Carol Bell, Owen Berg, Richard Berry, Bruce Burns. Row two: Rodney Burns, Bonnie Buttorff, Patricia Clem, Ray Coffey, Florence Conley, Richard Coaver, Richard Corl, Robert Danner, Larry Daron. Row three: Bonnie Lou Dean, Pat Deardortt, Colleen Donley, Audrey Dorwart, Larry Drake, Cyril Dunmire, Barbara Eater, Bonnie Ebert, Connie Ebert. Row four: Suzanne Eisley, John Ernst, Virginia Eshelman, Randall Evertts, Carolyn Fager, William Fisher, David File, Robert Fortenbaugh, Robert Fox. Row five: Patty Gardner, Donna Goho, Stephanie Gotlob, Richard Goudy, Georgia Graham, Donald Gray, Robert Hall, Gerald Haring, Dennis Harlacher. Row six: Linda Harlacher, Martha Hart, Patricia Henderson, Gloria Hughes, Kathryn lnscoe, Jerre Kauffman, Barbara Keith, Jane Keplinger, .lill Knorr. l52l fa!! of aatdadldea, A 1 x- 'I ' Q0 . v, f. A ...- y . , Jw A , U' 'ff' ,1 Ei . F' 'fy f 1 -. dxf ef, J X.. ' any L ze' QL, X V ,,1.,,- ,K , , .:, ' ' 1' '-in 1 , .,V. V . ag? , , 55233, , ,,' i, , . , . ,, VW . . . ,, Q E X 8 W Q: f ,G , ww. L ii 41 - 3. ,ggi 5 :1 1 iQ 'Q 4 T 4 ,L Q f-'Ein M ., , T f 9 F 1 . ' Y ' ' , lf' 1 ff l rLi c e it K L , T wget gi? W E I n H l Q Z -ll 'I A 'T as V - .f-ff ,lv -J 1 ' , f f g " 4 V .Qfs .,,, . N , Q S , ,W 'Q My 2 Wx Q 356595 I A , G .. yifz b is as QE, I z f Wir, US, 4. , , , is 9 in ,A 'I SM ,. , A is my - A ,zz Q if ' . 3 - ' 2 :' T sw f' T 'F-e Q- Q-Q' it if M A fi, W 4-as .M C 2' 'TS1 'z i M fi 5 , H If .. ff- Q M W f W . 2 I . vi' WW' , if 'I a re , -'S-W., b, - My fe - r f Q H- ' ,ff 1 l if C L is Pictured above are, row one: Glenn Kopp, Melvin Krone, Jean Kutz, Donald Leedy, Susan Lengeman, Robert Losh, Jan Keith Ludwig, Donald Lysle, Larry McCreary. Row two: Charles Mailey, Janice Martson, Alan Mearkle, Richard Meiser, Joyce Miller, Mary Louise Miller, Jacob Myers, George Naugle, Theodore Negley. Row three: Margaret Neiman, John Nonemaker, Charlotte Paul, Bonnie Peiffer, Susan Penrose, Phyllis Roberts, Louise Rupp, Linda Sandberg, Cynthia Shank. Row four: Thomas Shuler, Richard Simeone, Barry Simmons, Donald Simonton, Larry Simpson, Colleen Small, Ronald Springer, Darlene Steward, Raymond Steward. Row five: Alexander Stewart, Larry Stoner, Suzanne Stoner, Mariorie Treder, William Troup, Curtis Umpleby, Sandra Walters, Deanna Warren, Barbara Wertz. Row six: Charles Weyer, Judith Wiles, Bonnie Withrow, David Wolfe, James Wolfe, Lois Yinger, Phyllis Zeigler. l53l X? 1 N1 ff' ,f 5' Q 4 1 . . ...mb 5 E E .,.M........ ...M x...,,...W.,.,. S-.... ---- mf- T"-I-NWMWWM' fffw F, K V ,..k -. W. M., A., V- ., - 4' -W A 43' h'fMW..', '-M. ,,,. I f .fTi""l gg X- f1'ff7'M-ll? QV A .N .N Q M ..,. .,,. ,,,, f fm " mi, .Ag V V i l . 5 in . , WML. ,QWMM ' M. , . Wlxfkimzi' M Y - , Y W '- ,."-MW .wwwhw ', - 1mYx'ffwwis.?f MW ..1 My , f .M m.m...., . X- .W,:-- - . .zEsQ.wux,.. L ww. :X : ,.,r'ia1a... f,.,,.4 X X W 'av ar' f- - : f ' -QQ fm A af r ' ,X pf' I A-, -' H ,,,. ,.,,. f.mf,,,A5gQl.,:.3.w- .x ,WX .W -.. fggmlfegsf, Q, Q V, N . A' 525. fy 'Q 5 K wh .. , . A - 4 Q fgffg' HQ "?f'f?S'f"1i '?a"4"5h?gQi,,. WFS -Xi W: ' '.-sgwfaif -' ??.Qs-wgf.a.m: A M-Aw .1-,'LQZz.+,anMQ'x.f:.mime,ix2,'.:h f X Q.. ' 1 ' .,....,. 'W-Aw :ff 1 .- , Q T 0 DA 33 ' zz A ,f ? f f Q N My fm.. , - :wifi VA, M, M 2 P-Www ,f A- ,, A ,, f Q M, . 'E M f 2 6 e f M ' Y 2, mms K ,fsxgfg 'avg Mwzfffii K. S ,gg-QQ 0, UW , . LW? ...nie H Mg, 1 ya mzi?5s5ea:ss5i95i2w?52 , IT W,"4v'QZ3l,' .L274 Q 'A,'!Yf'f'fv -Af? :Cf fbafhgli 'Af' 5 if' su Y' HI- K HERES YOUR ANSWER . . points out Bob Horton left center to senior math men Glenn Miller Ken Anderson cmd Dale Rockey as he shows the method used to extract the square root of C1 number 0 FEVERISH SClENTlSTS . . . notorious for blowing the bottoms out of test tubes are these four Iunlor chemists. Left fo right George Smith Larry Kauffman, Douglas Mowrey and Brian Donley perform an experi- ment with allotroplc forms of sulfur. HAI mans suns lT'S THAT EASY so says Frank Bmgman senior math sg expert, above as he points out the method of extracting at M enta' cosines in trigonometry to students Joanne Eichelberger Craig Brlghtblll and JoAnne Hench MICROSCOPIC VIEW . . . biology instructor Lawrence Gorman, above ieft, points out to sophomores Sam Wilson, Bob Simmers, ond Ronald Simpson the proper technique in setting up ci micro-projector to facilitate the examination of slides by a group. 9 FEMININE TOUCH . . . "lt doe-sn't burnlu, explains senior Gloria Lutz, left, to Sondra Prowell, iunior, as these two chemists work avidly to produce and test for carbon dioxide. l57l AUUQSTIN B TM! LEQGLA mn A new-mqntsw www. T vs - ws won: mn SALES RESISTANCE . . . and how to overcome it is demonstrated by leader James Tritt to senior salesmen. Shown, below left, carefully watching the exhibition are Eugene Shewell, Janice Hughes, Ronald Spoonhour, Betty Yinger. Q SPEED RECORD . . . recently made by Shirley Showalter, below right, sets a new high for senior typists. The new record of 66 words a minute with 4 errors, for lO consecutive minutes upsets a pre- vious high of 56 words a minute with 2 errors. 9 ima emma! dim eendaz Zeaaiaa FUTURE BOOKKEEPERS . . . study methods used by merchandising businesses to record all trans- actions. At left, Elmer Shaub points out proper ledger entries to classmates Frank Frankenfield, Maybelle Brenizer, Thelma Diller, and .lohn Conley. Q BUSINESS LETTERS . . . are import- ant to senior English students who will soon be job seekers. Shown right center, Flora Bair, Russell Wheeler, Ralph Markley, Gary Trowbridge and Lavern Wilt look over letter and application forms. 'nd E 58 aaefz tqpwg opeed team, elafzlflmzaf I I dcclalfcan PRACTICE SETS . . . are checked at right by Mr. Robert Miller, instructor, for students in recordkeeping. Robert Miller and James Leese listen attentively as Joanne Moore and Donald Whistler work carefully on account sheets. Q MIMEOGRAPH MACHINE . . . is in constant use in room I3 by office practice students who pre- pare a variety of reports and tests for teachers. Shown left center, Judy Crisp cuts a mimeograph stencil while Veanna Fisher and Rose Morton ink the roller before running through forms. l. CONSUMER'S REPORT . . . becomes a guidesheet for students in consumer's education. Below right, George Kohn reads ratings on i954 cars to Robert Yoder, Ronald Spoonhour, Gary Trowbridge, Eugene Shewell, and Wesley Snyder. Q BUSINESSMEN . . . Robert Yoder and Wesley Snyder, below left, believe that there is opportunity unlimited for young men who know shorthand. "ln law offices and the court alone, men are more sought after and higher paid," declare these lads who have their eyes on the future. 59 DRIVERS TRAINING . . . newly instituted course is available to all sixteen year-old students. Left, John Zitto, instructor points out important parts of an automobile engine to pro- spective drivers Barbara Borke, Thomas Scott, and Atha Baer. if Pawn' daatofw oem mZca4L'ea Mweat. WORLD TRAVELER . . . and lecturer dis- cusses pertinent questions on European affairs with senior P. D. students. Above right, Mr. Joseph R. Ramsey talks with Ralph Shuler, John Shimmel, and Ben Miller on the problem of Communism. 0 COLLEGE BOARDS . . . are always a problem for senior college prospectives. Pictured right, guidance coun- selors John Johnson and Doris Jean Krise offer assistance. Left to right are . . . Helen Stoker, Mr. Johnson, Fred Wigfield, Carole Smith, Miss Krise. CURRENT AFFAIRS . . . are also of special interest in sophomore World History . . . at left, students look over a news map of Europe and Asia. Ronald Simpson, Richard Yearick, and Dalthamae Fink follow as Winifred Prowell points out danger spots in the Middle East. I60I ACES . . . Americans for Competitive Enterprise plan a one week program for P. D. classes to acquaint seniors with local industry and business. At right, John Johnson, instructor, and Mr. Melvin J. Freeman, ACES' representative, far right, talk over a film on, Produc- tion, Key to Plenty with students Lois Knorr, Edmund Clingan, Dorothy Platts. fzeaeaf amz wow, angina , INTENSE CONCENTRATION . . . is displayed by l , Brinton, instructor, gives a dramatic account of events iunior American History students, right, as Mr. Gerald of the American Revolution. Students pictured are, left to right: Jon Hottman, Mardee Eichelberger, Sandra Prowell, Joyce Stoner and Ann Miller. Q lT SAYS HERE . . . Ronald Whitcomb, below left, quotes from a weekly current events magazine on the question of taxes in 'Freshman Civics class. Gary Souders, Lee Croke, and Jimmy Smith are ready to add their opinions. WORLD GEOGRAPHY. . . students prepare to use a slide proiector to aid in their study of Yugoslavia. Right, Lavere Linthurst inserts a slide under the watchful eye of Frank Frankenfield, Donald Gher, Floyd Hutton and Dale Sterner. l6ll CORRECT TRANSLATION . . . seems to be of maior concern to Latin I pupils. Above, John Renninger explains the difference between two verb coniugations to Judy Lentz, Lois Shaffer, Flora Keefer, and Joan Ruth. RESEARCH UNLIMITED . . . is important to sophomore English students gathering information for career booklets. These booklets, part of second semester Eng- lish requirements, enable a student to learn pertinent facts about his chosen vocation. Seated, above, right, are: Sara Ellen Eisley, Mary Margaret Park, Jane Harkison, Winifred Prowell. Stand- ing are: Miss Shirley Young, librarian and Joan Brenneman. 0 PANEL DIS- CUSSION . . . the Teen-agers' respon- sibilities to the home, school, church, and community, is being prepared by English III and IV students, members of the National Honor Society. Their opinions were aired before the 7th Street PTA and the high school assembly. Panel members pictured right are: James Nissel Mary Ann Gemmill, Fred Wigfield, Judy Harkison, Barbara Burkhart, Mariorie Sponsler. Zaye mad de Qian!! mdaeig TREASURE ISLAND . . . "can provide fun and excitement" declare these English I pupils. Shown left studying the buried treasure maps are Richard Bankert, Elwood Neiman, Jacqulyn Bibbons, Janice Fetrow with Patricia Herr and Shelly Berg in the background. l62l la Judd Zcwgaageo. 4 my 466654 VOCABULARY BUILDING . . . is the main goal of students in Spanish ll class. Helen Ames, right, points out a new vocabulary word to Frank Bingman and JoAnne Eichelberger as Richard Chorpenning searches for its meaning. l63l U Jigs, I I .,., 3 , "PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT" is the motto of senior French students. Reading aloud to develop correct pronunciation, singing French songs and translating are all part of their class- room work. Above left, Mariorie Sponsler, Sally Miller, Helen Stoker and Barry Mowrey demonstrate the correct use of possessive pronouns. EL CAMINO REAL . . . "There's no time like the present to learn a new language" declare Spanish l students, shown above. In order to understand and speak the language, they also study the customs and dress of Spanish speaking countries. Reviewing the details of a diFFicult lesson are left to right: Rohland Rich- ardson, Miss Doris Jean Krise, instructor, George Savage, Ronald Brougher and Parker DeWalt. Q LEARNING LATIN . . . means more than coniugating verbs and declining nouns . . . to these Latin ll pupils. Roman conquests are the main topic for discussion. Shown above pointing out the various landmarks of their campaigns are: Linda Gotlob, Jane Harkison, Mich- ael Robertson, Norman Duey, Thomas Gray and Elinor Johnson. is ,- I "TEN LITTLE . . . NINE LITTLE INDIANS, eight little Indians," sing these six members ofthe girls' chorus as they gather around the piano. Above, left to right, are: Joanne Eichelberger, Gioria Lutz, Helen Stoker, Juanita Orris, Nancy Metz, Shirley Ocker, and Betsy McGrath, accompanist. R 'X-iff Www 'mae az eeaiofz do efaia CIRCUS POSTERS . . . for entry in the annual Shrine competition play an important part in the program of high school art classes under the supervision of Mrs. Eleanor Stanton. Above right, Lavern Wilt and Shirley Ocker look over a poster as Fred Wigfield explains how extra color should be added. Approximately 45 posters were entered in the contest from iunior and senior high school students. 0 ABSTRACT DESIGN . . . is the basis for many modern paintings explain these senior art students. Left, Joan Banco and Juanita Orris, seated front, admire a repeated print for wallpaper while Hart Ensign, Ardrey Gilbert and George Ahn look over a bold design for drapery material. This is one ot the many proiects entered in the National Scholastic Art contest. TENORS AND BASSES . . . of the mixed chorus relax between numbers during a weekly prac- tice session. Shown at right, row one, Larry Snook, Irvin Kiehl, Fred Wigtield, John Wertz, Thomas Scott, Jerry Brandt. Row two: Parker DeWalt, Richard Basila, Michael Robertson, Robert Miller, George Smith. Row three: Ken- neth Boyer, Frank Robbins, Roger Estep, Thomas Papp. Spring brings a busy schedule for the chorus with the choral concert, church programs, and assemblies. l64l in ozeatdae cnt, mxadcczl ,dmfcvzmcmoee BUSILY SKETCHING . . . the surroundings of the high school are these advanced art students. During the first weeks in September, thirty iunior-senior artists scattered tolios, pencils, and chairs over the front and back campus to sketch different views ot the surrounding houses and grounds. Above left are: Charles Ross, Hart Ensign, Garry Murray and Sally Krone at work. 0 MUSICAL SYMBOLS . . . expressions and their importance are explained to freshmen students by Miss Grace Spangler, instructor. This course serves as a basis for theory, chorus work, and learning instruments. At right, 'Follow- ing her explanations with sheet music are: Gladys Wilt, Nancy Lambert, Arthur Sterner, Kenneth Yinger, and Geraldine Rothrock. CROSS SECTION . . . of the girls chorus under the direction of Miss Grace Spangler, is shown during a rehearsal for the Music Festival. In the foreground are altos, Carol Bair, Jac- queline Shorter, Barbara Burkhart, and Judy Harkison. ln the center, left to right, row one: Barbara Hull, Mary Zeiders, Janet Snyder, Sandra Smith, Sandra Reimer. Row two: Joline Winter, Mary Ann Gemmill, Mardee Eichelber- ger, Atha Baer, Marjorie Johnson, Barbara Borke. Row three: Audrey Root, Mary Randall, Janis Titler, Peggy Peiffer, Carol Keplinger, Marjorie Sponsler. Junior band members wait- ing for rehearsal are in the background. l65l SENIOR SCULPTORS . . . chuckle over their handiwork as Ardrey Gilbert proudly displays her gold mermaid molded from clay. Juanita Orris and George Ahn prepare their clay for new creations while Hart Ensign and Joan Banco sand and paint the horses they have designed. "FOUL SHOTS . .. can win or lose games," declares Miss Mary Carlisano, right center, as she demonstrates the proper position for shooting the ball to Linda Mills, center. Other iuniors who are eager to learn the proper techniques are Joan Zeigler, Jacqueline Spahr, Janet Hartman, and Mary Jo Herman. empa gudckerw adm! atcmfeaw THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM . . . of the human body is the topic of conversation in iunior girls' health class. At right, tracing the system with a pointer is Barbara Martin while Maybelle Brenizer, Thelma Diller, Shirley Lewis, and Sophia Rosinski Q help her to identify the various sections of the tract. 0 "HEALTHY TEETH . . . are essential for a healthy body," lectures Dr. Arthur Kunkel, school dentist, lower left, as he makes his yearly routine examination of Donald Koller's teeth. Await- 2 ing their check-ups are Marian Bupp and Sophia Rosinski. QTESTING RE- FLEXES . . . is one of the main parts ofthe physical examination given biennially to all students. Below right, Dr. William Dietrich taps Albert Benyon's knee as school nurse Dorothy Dunkelberger watches the reaction with interest. I l66l FAST ACTION . . . results when iunior boys get into a basket- ball game in physical education class. Left, displaying the kind of spirit and co-operation this organized program pro- motes are Don Koller, Tracy Rhodes, John Wertz, George Smith and .lon Hoffman as they wait to grab a rebound. in team aam,dez'c'z'c'aa, delpfaf exefzcdaea "TAKE A DEEP BREATH . . . and don't move," explains Dominic Petrucci, senior X-ray technician, to Clarence Prowell, who took advantage of the free chest X-rays, September 21. Also taking advantage of this service were l l3 pupils, 34 teachers and 6 employees of New Cumberland high school. At the extreme right is Miss Dorothy Dunkleberger, school nurse, giving a registration card as Miss Mary Carlisano and Mrs. Jean Korkuch await their turns. Q EAR EX- 5 AMINATION . . . shows another phase of the physical check-ups required by state law for all children in odd-numbered grades each year. Dr. George Edwards, school physician, uses an otoscope to examine Carol Bell, iunior high school student. 67 ff" LX SHOP HANDS . . . Edward Newmyer, Ralph Markley and Ronald Spoonhour, seniors, above, put the finishing touches on plywood model sleighs which were deco- rated in gay holiday hues and sold as Christmas Z v decorations by the art classes. 1 tm W cge HANDY MEN . . . stage crew members become iack-of-all trades. Above right, Ronald Kennedy assists Richard Neeley in hanging a recently purchased electric clock in the Chemistry laboratory. Q DUST FLIES . . . as freshman boys, right, learn the safe operation of a sander in shop class. Raymond Johns, Harry Kline, and Herbert Hoftmeier look on as Grant Stoner practices with a block of wood. MECHANICAL DRAWING . . . holds the attention of these underclassmen, below left, as they discuss plans being drawn by Pat Bonner and Grant Stoner. Pointing to details are Robert Keller and Larry Kister. 0 CARS OF YESTER- YEAR . . . are still seen chugging around N.C.Hi. Below right, Ronald Brougher and Jack Morton do another quick repair iob on Jack's l93l Model A Ford that causes him frequent trouble and concern. l68l BUDDING DESlGNERS. . .a fashion plate appear- ance is the goal of these sophomore seamstresses ' ' buttonholes on Jactd above, Betty Erney marks the on Joan Whitebread's corduroy vest as Dalthamae Ma Fink proudly models her completed iumper. 1 HOLIDAY PROJECT . . . turns freshmen home ec'ers into candlemakers. Above left, Dorothy Mentzer, Harriet Moore, and Daisy Knudsen make special Christmas snow-ball candles for home decorations. 0 CHERRY PIE CHAMP . . . displays one of her prize winning concoctions. Nancy Metz, senior home economics student, after three years of competition, won the local competition against six contenders. STYLE CONSCIOUS . . . students follow the current fashion trends. Chic and ultra-smart in leather iackets they display the latest craze among campus cuties. Below left, Donna Anthony models a white leather and Beverly Beckley , an aqua capeskin jacket. Q PATTERN FITTING . . . explaining to other 8th grade pupils why it is important to adiust a pattern before cutting is Bonita Bowers, lower left, fitting a skirt pattern on Jean Shirey. Attentive students watching are: Diane Holler, Joyce Benedict, Martha Altland, Gretchen Wright, and Theda Epply. l69l 5525523 ,wma ,M mi ,M 1225 ff tif , W g is -1 ,, . am i Yi: s T E R DAY TODAY Szfadenw, faculty Maile cocmzffeaa 4 daddy SHAWNEE EDITORS . . . deadlines, pictures, senior write-ups, page layouts are only part of the iob of a yearbook statt. Under the supervision of Miss Naomi Peters, these seniors aim to produce a top-notch annual. Pictured above, row one: Peiffer, Smith, Ensign, Gilbert, Burkhart, editor-in-chief, Keplinger, Ames, Kauff- man, Shaffer, Mowrey. Row two: Shorter, Hale, Dilliplane, Orris, Bair, Harkison, Sponsler, Miller, Lutz, Speese, Lazarus. Row three: Hench, Mearkle, Boyer. 0 PUBLICATIONS ADVISERS . . . work long hours to produce award-winning newspaper and yearbook. Right, Mrs. Jean Korkuch, business manager for TIMES and SHAWNEE, Miss Blanche Slaybaugh, TIMES adviser, Miss Naomi Peters, SHAWNEE adviser. 0 SHAWNEE BUSINESS STAFF . . . works diligently to sell ads, padded covers or to secure patrons needed to finance a bigger and better annual. Below, row one: Fisher, Metz, Beckley, assistant, Wigfield, business manager, Eichelberger, Deaven, Campbell. Row two: Berrier, Showalter, Ocker, Crisp, Brothers, Gruver, Morton. Row three: Snyder, Kiehl, Spoonhour, Yoder. l72l M644 do M564 :wma apex qecmlood, . TIMES EDITORS . . . publish a high school newspaper rated among the best in the state and nation. Under the direction of Miss Blanche Slaybaugh, these iournalists copped Quill and Scroll, Gallup, Medalist and All-American awards. Above, row one: Gilbert, Metz, Harkison, Sponsler, co-editors, S. Miller, Kauftman. Row two: Mrs. Jean Korkuch, Brackbill, A. Miller, Prowell, Burkhart, Eichelberger, Stonesifer. Row three: Mearkle, Boyer, Dierich, Titler, Keplinger, Banco, Borke, Miss Blanche Slaybaugh, Johnson. 0 PUBLICATIONS PHOTOGRAPHERS . . . spend many extra hours snapping, developing, and printing pictures for the SHAWNEE and TIMES. Armed with a 4 x 5 Crown Graphic Press camera, these shutterbugs are seen at countless school activities. Shown left are James Nissel, iunior, Kenneth Boyer, senior, John Smeltz, technical adviser and skilled photographer. THE LITTLE INDIAN STAFF . . . edits student handbook designed to aid newcomers and freshmen. Courses, regulations, clubs, schedules, all phases of activities in N.C. Hi are covered. ' Pictured left, seated, Colette LaVanture, Mardee Eichelberger, Sandra Reimer, Mary Ann Gemmill. Row two: Miss Doris Jean Krise, originator and ad- viser, David James, Jerry Coleman. l73l M A A-I ...-Exif ' SCENERY CREW . . . makes new sets and remodels scenery needed for class plays or special assembly programs. With Mr. Jesse Elicker, shop instructor as supervisor, these boys give their free periods and time after school to repair, paint, build sets. Shown right, kneeling are: Morrow, Warren, Miller, Mur- ray, Blazer, McCreary. Standing: Newmyer, Gale, Hoover, Freet, Spoonhour, Hoffmeier, Brenner. ,maaide Mapa, aaenew, ,Mage . , STAGE CREW . . . performs many duties to make student activities more enioyable. For stage lighting or sound effects, for curtains or microphones, this well trained staff can furnish aid. All audio-visual materials, such as sound and slide proiectors, tape recording machines, radios, are under their charge. With Mr. John Smeltz as director, they keep the public address system in working order to provide music for noon and Saturday night dances. Shown left, kneeling: Sipe, Croke, Kister, Neiman, Mearkle. Standing: Rhodes, James, Hoffman, Nissel, Wildman, Coleman. DRAMATIC CLUB . . . newly or- ganized by Mrs. Thelma Marks and Miss Anne Blecker helps to develop acting and speaking ability. Pic- tured left, row one: Lutz, Fisher, Rehm, Willis, Moore. Row two: Haring, Row three: Miss Blecker, Nearhood, Miller, Randall, Shuft, f Poet, Root, O'Neal, Tritt, Mrs. Marks. Row four: Haring, Murray, Buccieri, Titler, Borke, King. l74l Kerstetter, Treder, Snyder, Rosinski, RADIO CLUB . . . produces all programs for the Saturday morning Schools' Report on station WCMB. Students, under the direction of Fred Wigfield, prepare scripts, write the news, arrange musical numbers, manage all technical de- tails necessary for each program. Seated, left, are: Wigfield, Reimer, Gemmill. Standing, row one: Wild- man, Kauffman, Gray, Neeley, Mil- ler, Park. Coleman. Row two: Reese, Sponsler, Duncan, Boyer, Wilson. dzacmfmazf codec! pfwgmme, aw! tmeim . . STENO CLUB . . . members increase their commercial skills by acting as secretaries for teachers. They spend their free periods typing tests, guidance booklets or mimeo- graphing lesson plans, vocabulary lists. All seniors taking second year shorthand are eligible for membership according to Mrs. Jean Korkuch, adviser. Right, seated row one: Laughman, Yinger, Showalter, Ocker, Berrier, Fox, Morton, Crisp, Markley, Deaven. Row two: Traver, Peifter, Kauffman, Platts, Cress- ler. LIBRARY CLUB . . . works indus- triously under the guidance of Miss Shirley Young to provide essential services to the students. Repairing books, arranging bulletin boards, cataloging books, and keeping the library in tip-top shape mean con- stant work. During book-week, the club sponsored a contest in which two students won books of their own choice. Shown right, row one: Krone, McGrath, Altland, Harkison, Blessing. Standing: Dierich, Winter, Hale, Smith, PeiFFer, Knorr, Keplinger Ames, McGrath, Blessing, Marzolt. l75i 5 5 -Nw ,tfaamalfe ' TRI-HI-Y . . . operates under the auspices of the Central Y. M. C. A. to create high standard ot christian conduct. Service to community and school is the chief aim of this organization under the leadership of Miss Mary Carlisano. Assistance in the school clean-up campaign as well as purchase of a full length mirror for the girls' lavatory show the type of proiects they undertake. A four day Easter trip to New York heads the social program of the year. Pictured above, row one: Metz, Brothers, Beckley, Crisp, Ames, Fisher, Lazarus. Row two: A. Miller, Baer, Berrier, Bair, Stonesifer, Burkhart, Ensign, J. Eichelberger, Shorter. Row three: Brenizer, Knorr, Banco, S. Miller, Sponsler, Lutz, Hench, Deaven, A. Gru- ver, Thompson. Row four: Spahr, M. Eichelberger, Reimer, Wise, Stoner, Gemmill, Altland, Hale, Orris, Miss Carlisano, Wilt. Row five: Dierich, S. Smith, Borke, Brosius, N. Gruver, Brackbill, Titler, C. Smith, Troxell, Dilliplane. Q CENTRAL TREASURY . . . acts as the school's banking agency. Forty-four school organizations depend on the fin- anciers to keep the accounts, deposit the funds in Cumberland County Bank, and write checks for all payments. Approximately 535,000 passed through the hands of this efficient, trustworthy group. Pictured, left, are Ruth DeWalt, official check writer, Evelyn Traver, Bookkeeper, and Mr. Robert Deck, adviser and accountant. TRl-Hl-Y . . . expands into a second club to take care of the growing number of girls interested in christian service work, under the supervision of Miss Anne Blecker. As companion organizations, the two clubs adopt similar proiects and activities. Pictured left, row one: Bretz, Treder, McGrath, Stoner. Row two: Ehman, Snell, Alber, Hartman, Rosinski, Stefify, Willis, Wilson. Row three: .loan Zeigler, Joyce Zeigler, Miller, Artley, Berrier, Zeiders, Lewis. Row four: Martin, Krone, Rehm, Miss Blecker, Stouffer, Horton, Tusing. l76l I I I "2l" CLUB . . . consists of ten seniors, ten juniors, cmd one sophomore whose goal is to support all athletic activities. They manage the food concession at home football games with the assistance of Mr. Fred Peiffer, ad- viser, and sell candy and cokes at basket- ball games. The annual White Christmas Formal is their big project for the season. Profits made in selling candy, programs, jackets, Christmas cards are used to purchase sweaters for all varsity lettermen. Shown right, row one: Zeiders, N. Gruver, Peiffer, Laughman, Krone, L. Berrier, Hale. Row two: Baer, C. Berrier, Spahr, Troxell, Smith, Brack- bill, Titler, Deaven, Traver, Ensign, A. Gruver, Ames. dmpzwe coined commamlq cefwice MILK SELLERS . . . serve approximately lOO students each noon with an important part of their lunch. Rose Muza and Catherine Mikos, sophomores, center right, give up a large part of their own lunch period for this important job. Students who must carry lunch each day soon become regular customers. Lined up to make their purchases are: Larry Snook, Evelyn Traver, Ardella Gruver, and Charles Ross. 0 VARSITY CLUB . . . promotes good sportsmanship in all athletics. To be eligible for membership, boys must earn a letter in any one of the three major sports. Their most ambitious project of the year was the construction of a covered food stand for the use of the "2l" club at football games. Pictured below, row one: Rockey, Bingman, Gher, Smith, Boyer. Row two: Mr. Fred Peiffer, adviser, Kauffman, Dugan Hufifer, Mowrey. Row three: Wigfield, Baker, Shaffer, Campbell, Kichman, Blazer, Spoonhour. Row four: Wolfe, Bomgardner, Ort, Nelson, Kopp, Mearkle, Keihl. I 77 dies, snappy rhythms, stirring anthems. Under the direction of Miss Grace Spangler, music supervisor, this group adds beauty and charm to any program. Familiar and tra- ditional carols such as Birthday of a King, Christmas Hymn, Christmas Lullaby were their contributions to the annual Christmas as- sembly. ln the Spring Coral Festival specialty numbers included Gloria Brothers and Gloria Lutz, soprano soloists. Long practices and hard work develop numbers popular with all. Among the favorites are Mexican Serenade, Homing, Embraceable You. Shown right, row one: Gloria Brothers, Helen Stoker, Ardre Gilbert, Sally Miller, Gloria Lutz, VestayCampbell, Peggy Peitfer, Judy Harki- son, Mariorie Sponsler, Patricia Dierich, Joline Winter, lna Wise. Cont'd next page. ' aataelazan at cabal, akamai aaaaafzta . . NEW CUMBERLAND HIGH PROVIDING MUSIC . . . for assemblies, church concerts, and the school Christmas program are among the contributions of the mixed chorus under the direction of Mr. Kenneth Sampson. Chorus highlights at the annual Spring Choral Festival were soloist Sally Miller, and dancers Mary Margaret Park and Sandra Norford. For their interpretation ot The Gandy Dancers Ball and Rock-A-My-Soul the chorus won popular acclaim. Recording for Schools' Report Christmas feature, these musicians presented such well-known songs as Carol of the Bells and White Christmas. Baritone Bill Wolfe added to the Yule spirit with l'll Be Home for Christmas. ln its final appearance at Commencement the chorus will present the stirring You'l Never Walk Alone. Pictured below, row one: Sandra Prowell, Gloria Brothers, Helen Stoker, Ardrey Gilbert, Sally Miller, Gloria Lutz, Vesta Campbell, Janis Titler, Betsy Brackbill, Barbara Borke, Patricia Hale, Mardee Eichelberger, Judy Harkison, l78l 2 5 LILTING VOICES . . . produce soothing melo- E 1 3 Row two: Veanna Fisher, Joan Banco, Joanne Eichelberger, Juanita Orris, Nancy Metz, Beverly Beckley, Sandra Prowell, Ann Miller, Janet Hartman, Mary Ann Gemmill, Betsy Brackbill, Jacqueline Shorter, Barbara Burk- hart, Joanne Moore. Row three: Carol Bock, Marjorie Johnson, Elinor Johnson, Sandra Smith, Mary Randall, Jane Brugnoni, Mardee Eichelberger, Colette La Vanture, Barbara Borke, Janis Titler, Ruthann McGrath, Joyce Arnold, Barbara Hull, Sara Eisley, Helen Treder, Audrey Roof, Carol Keplinger, Patricia Troxell, Lois Knorr, Miss Spangler. Row four: Mary Lou Marzolf, Joan Brenne- man, Sandra Norford, Patricia Quigley, Atha Baer, Mary Lou Fluss, Shirley Ocker, SCHOOL GIRLS' CHORUS Mary Lou Fisher, Ardith Estep, Linda Goriob, Sally Wilson, Betsy McGrath, Marsha None- maker, Barbara Martin, Janice Hughes. ,e am fam eluded exchange aeaemifdea . . SCHOOL MIXED CHORUS Mary Ann Gemmill. Row two: Shirley Ocker, Jackie Bretz, Joan Banco, Joanne Eichelberger, Juanita Orris, Nancy Metz, Peggy Peifter, Atha Baer, Janet Hartman, Barbara Burkhart, Ann Miller, Patricia Troxell, Sally Wilson, Mary Lou Fisher, Linda Gotlob. Row three: Joan Brenneman, Sandra Smith, Margie Sponsler, Mary Lou Marzolf, Ruthann McGrath, Beverly Beckley, Jackie Shorter, Hart Ensign, Mary Zeiders, Carol Keplinger, Elinor Johnson, Sarah Eisley, Ina Jane Wise, Patricia Quigley. Row four: Neal Sipe, Richard Basila, Conway Cook, Larry Hartzell, Parker DeWalt, John Weigle, Garry Murray, John Wertz, Robert M. Miller, George Smith, Thomas Papp, Thomas Scott, Charles Ross, Michael Robertson. Row five: Roger Estep, Fred Wigfield, Ronald Spoonhour, Larry Snook, Mendal Mearkle, Gilbert Shatter, William Wolfe, Frank Robbins, Jerry Brandt, Charles Kichman, Donald Winter, Kenneth Boyer, Jay Hoover. l79l DANCE BAND . . . recently organized under the leadership of Mr. Kenneth Sampson, music supervisor, the band has appeared at a variety of school functions. After a featured spot on School's Report program, they were soon in demand. The Peanut Hop gave an opportunity to perform at a school party. The band will appear at the Honor Society Banquet on April 20 at the Colonial Country Club. Shown right, row one: I.. Croke, L. Hartzell, P. DeWalt, J. Shorter, H. Minskey, C.Bomgardner. Row two: R. Kauffman, R. Yoder, L. Bomgardner, R. Kiehl, D. James, M. Mearkle, S. Miller. :meme cu! teen-age dcmaee, lcwguezfa . , . MELODIC TONES . . . issue from the instruments of this well trained aggregation composed largely of seniors. The orchestra made its first appearance in the Christmas assembly with Beneath the Holly. For the exchange assembly at Mechanicsburg they presented Festival Finale and June is Bustin' Out All Over. If I Loved You from Carrousel and the traditional gradua- tion march Pomp and Circumstance were on the com- mencement program. l80I SENIOR SONGBIRDS . . . practice their solos for the Christmas assembly. Left, Gloria Brothers sings the traditional O Holy Night as William Wolfe presents the popular Silver Bells. Q TALENTED MUSICIANS . .. review their music for district band for the second year. Sandra Reimer, flute and piccolo expert, who plays frequently for local civic organizations, is also a member of the Youth Symphony. .lack Krone, trombonist, a member of the American Legion Band, was also selected for state band. NEW CUMBERLAND HIGH ff 9 up xii: z efzeeenz' zfdfzdiiinq ,ewgmma ,fam Zona! afagaaiycddamz GIRLS SEXTET . . . represents the best in vocal talent in N. C. Hi. Entertaining for civic organizations such as White Hill Industrial school, for the West Shore Rotary club and tor the Industrial Management club keeps these Iovelies busy. Under the direction of Miss Grace Spangler and accompanied by Miss Doris Jean Krise, the sextet made its final appearance in the Spring Choral Concert. Pictured right are: Vesta Camp- bell, Sally Miller, Carol Bair, Janet Hartman, Gloria Brothers, Jacqueline Shorter. SCHOOL ORCHESTRA BOYS CHORUS . . . produces close I harmony when locker room tenors and baritones leave a practice session. Pictured left, row one: Jay Hoover, A Jon Hoffman, Thomas Popp, Conway Cook, John Weigle, Roger Estep. Row two: Neal Sipe, Parker DeWalt, Larry Hartzell, David James, John Wertz, Ronald Spoonhour, Richard Basila. Row three: Ralph Shuler, Michael Rob- ertson, Thomas Scott, Jerry Brandt, Larry Snook, Irvin Kiehl, Robert Miller, Garry Murray. Pictured left, row one: Mary Miller, Jane Keplinger, Judy Harkison, Betsy Brackbill, Neal Sipe, Joanne Eichelberger, Carol Bair, Mary Jane Baker, Sandra Reimer. Row two: Robert Kiehl, Larry Bomgardner, George Zimmerman, Clyde Bomgardner, Jacqueline Shorter, William Wolfe, Larry Hartzell, Wilbur Mac- lvor, Helen Stoker. Row three: Jack Krone, Robert Yoder, Robert Kauffman, Sally Miller, accompanist: David James, Mendal Mearkle, Donald Winter, Mr. Kenneth Sampson, director. l8ll I I I I l82l NEW CUMBERLAND SCHOOL BAND earns S140 in Hallowe'en parades at Lewisberry, New Cumberland and Enola. Composed of 72 playing members and a band front of l9, the band is the largest one ever formed in the high school. Making their appearance at all football games, they performed precision drills and a clock routine. Above, the band lines up before a football game to show off their brand new uniforms. mai wpmdaz in ddzdifltz ,bwmdee . . PEPPY MASCOT . . . a grinning tiger, alias Eugene Shewell, is seen prancing and dancing with the band at all football games. At left, he models a new plushy life-like tiger cos- tume with claws and movable laws. BAND BOOSTERS . . . bring a new look to the N. C. Hi band with snappy cadet style, royal blue uniforms. Over lOO band parents organized to put on a campaign to build a substantial fund. Pictured below, Sandra Prowell proudly shows the 55000 goal on the band thermometer to Robert Hall, vice president of the Band Boosters Association. Mrs. lrvin Kiehl, president, and Janet Snyder, smile triumphantly. MARCHING CONTEST . . . sponsored by the Harrisburg merchants on December 5 brings a superior rating among class B bands for New Cumberland for the first time. Musical organizations within a radius of 60 miles participated. Bands are judged on marching, performance, appearance, and music. Above, the N. C. Hi band parades through Market Square add pep, made Za Z! gczmea . . . HIGH STEPPER . . . drum maiorette, Judy Harkison, leads the N. C.H.S. band. After twirling for three years she became head maiorette in the fall. Along with her twirling and helping with new routines, she gives baton lessons to l7 pupils, ranging in age from 6 to 13. BAND FRONT . . . sports a bevy of senior beauties. Posed below, they show of? their new uniforms. Twirlers, color guard, and banner bearers selected white outfits with blue trim. The head twirler wears dark royal blue with white trim. Pictured row one: Gloria Brothers, Gloria Lutz, Vesta Campbell, Veanna Fisher, Beverly Beckley. Row two: Ruth DeWalt, Juanita Orris, Judy Harkison, Nancy Metz, Mae Dilliplane, Karanetta Lazarus. we 83 84 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY . . . ex- emplifies leadership, character, service and scholarship in New Cumberland High. The society, named in honor of Alvadee Hutton Adams, is under the supervision of Mr. Gerald Brinton. One of the leading social events of the spring quarter was a dinner dance held at Colonial Country Club on April 20 to welcome newly inducted members. Pictured left, row one: Stonesifer, Gil- bert, Burkhart, Miller, Keplinger, presi- dent, Sponsler, secretary, Harkison, Ensign. Row two: Shorter, Hale, De- Walt, Brothers, Banco, Brackbill, Titler, Ames, Brosius, Gemmill, Reimer. Row three: Wigtield, Bomgardner, Boyer, Brougher, Nissel. mm mt. aedolezfwdqe, eewice amanda , COMMERCIAL ART CLUB . . . furnishes the school and community with posters for all occasions. The club, under the supervision of Mrs. Eleanor Stanton, limits its member- ship to students with ingenuity and art ability. A new type of work, decorating the gym for special dances, has been undertaken. For a small fee the club plans the theme and bedecks the auditorium to suit any taste or budget. Pictured left, seated: Harkison, Banco, Orris, Gilbert. Standing: Krone, Menear, Strauss, Eichelberger, Park, Wigfield, Brugnoni, and Zeigler. 0 RED CROSS COUNCIL . . . contributes its services for the national organization through teen-age helpers. With Miss Dorothy Dunkleberger, school nurse, to supervise, proi- ects such as making Christmas cookies and santa claus outfits for veterans' hospitals are undertaken. A student dance netted S115 for the National ChiIdren's fund to help needy children. The annual Red Cross campaign found iunior council members in an all-out drive to secure S55 from fellow students. Pictured below, row one: Stone, Blessing, Stoker, Hale, president, Gilbert, Snyder. Row two: J. Snyder, Alber, Mearkle, Tritt, Spoonhour, Griffith, Troxell, Ames. Row three: Snell, Wise, Stoner, Ort. STUDENT COUNCIL . . . aims to im- prove conditions around the school, to increase student government. To share in the Christmas spirit, council sent a ten dollar CARE package and dis- tributed food baskets to needy families in town. A clean-up campaign with prizes totaling 540 for winning classes was begun in February to spruce up home rooms, lockers, auditorium and campus areas. Pictured right, row one: Baer, Lengeman, Failor, Dierich, Stone- sifer, Zeigler, Peiffer, Wigfield, presi- dent. Row two: Shaffer, Spoonhour, Rhodes, Hazel, Gher, J. Coleman, Updegraff, Lindauer, Brackbill, Altland, Morrow, Keplinger, Ensign. Row three: Robertson, Schwartz, Boyer, R. Cole- man, Kichman, Kauffman, Freet. dimes!! emdemf 9 ent, 'macea . . CLASS COMPETITION . . . is keen as juniors and seniors work tor prizes and class profit in the magazine campaign. These upper classes topped the S5000 goal set and earned substantial sums for their yearbook fund through Curtis Circulation company's vocational plan. At right, looking over the prizes to be awarded are: Mr. Fred Peifter, junior adviser, Mr. Roy Gamber, Curtis repre- sentative, Miss Naomi Peters, senior adviser, Gilbert Shatter and Brian Donley, senior and iunior campaign managers. Over S300 in prizes were awarded to the high salesmen of both classes. 0 Hl-Y . . . tries to promote clean sports, clean living, clean fun for high school boys. Below, row one: Shuler, Ness, Miller, Ort, Shewell, Robbins. Row two: Mr. Zitto, Morrow, Biller, Fink, Rudy, Rockey, Blazer, Spangler, Sterner, Baker. Row three: Steffen, Haring, Wilt, Palese, Hutter, Franken- field, Hutton, Miller. Row four: Lease, Muth, Burns, Shorter, Duey, Hesketh, Peters, Papp, Koller. Row five: Lentz, Worley, Stauss, Myers, Horton, Brandt, George. 85 LATIN CLUB . . . stimulates the interest of students in Roman life and customs. The annual Roman banquet sponsored by the club attracts large numbers of curious students and teachers. Pictured left, section one, seated: Miss Mary Brubaker, adviser: Sandra Mumma, Carol Bock, Doris Hess, Sara Ellen Eisley, Gloria Wilt, Clare Yeager, Eloise Traugh. Standing, Diane Hollister, Mary Margaret Park, Audrey Roof, Philip Reese, Cynthia Orner, Jane Brugnoni, Sandra Rom- berger, Joan Brenneman, James Nissel, Flora Keefer, Ardith Estep. guide cvzlezeel in Zcmgaagee, oaalfame , . ROMAN BANQUET . . . celebrates the return of spring . . . With a complete menu "ab ova da mala" served by slaves in the old Roman style, guests in togas, tunics, and garlands of flowers relive the past. Under the guidance of Miss Mary Brubaker, teacher, the Latin clubs make complete preparations and arrangements for one of the school's most colorful activities. Pictured right, are slaves preparing to serve food to noble diners. Left to right, Barbara Borke, James Nissel, Janice Titler, George Smith, and Sandra Reimer. lm, , se: , M-A--1 uf-: , ,zwr.-mg SPANISH CLUB . . . collects pictures and materials on N. C. Hi for a scrap- book to be sent to South America. To foster better understanding of our Latin neighbors, students ex- change letters in Spanish speaking countries. Barbecues were sold frequently to get money for a club picnic at Pine Grove. Check room facilities set up by the organization were welcome features at plays and home games. Shown left, row one: Wilson, Shewell, Vaughn, Minskey, Neeley. Row two: Berrier, Ross, Chorpenning, Deaven, Moltz, Papp. Row three: Stoner, Ehman, Alber, Hartman, Bair, Eichelberger, Nor- ford, LaVanture, Wertz, Nonemaker, Weary, Row four: Gruver, Hewitt, Miller, Kiehl, Kennedy, Kerstetter, Cressler. l86l LATIN CLUB . . . has divided into three sections because of the great increase in membership. At Christmas the club sang carols in the original Latin. Pictured right, section two, row one: Sarah Spoonhour, Sandy Mowrey, Sandy Shearer, Barry Seip, Mardee Sparver, Sandra Snell, Udine Steigerwalt, Row two: Daniel Berry, Pat Withrow, Joan Ruth, Susan Schrack, Carolyn Shaw, Lois Shaffer, Adrian Stetler, Lee Croke, Row three: Mardee Stouffer, James Smith, William Schrack, Sandra Prowell, Shelby Rudy. azdgdaczle Zak ping, famcm emu! . . , SANTA'S WORSHOP repre- sents a typical student assembly program. Written and produced by the performers themselves, the play ushered in the Yuletide season at N. C. Hi. Pictured right, row one: Judy Harkison, Joanne Zeigler, Sandra Prowell. Row two: Charles Atkinson, Peggy Peitter, Veanna Fisher, Karanetta Lazarus, William Wolfe. Row three: Patricia Hale, Dorene Brosius, Donald Blazer, Donald Winter, Donald Kohler, Doris Ehman, Marlin Krebs, Gloria Lutz, and Joan Banco. l87l LATIN CLUB . . . shows the influence of the Latin language upon our own. A trip to Fels Planetarium in Philadelphia to view the "Classical Heroes of the Heavens" was one of the big club events of the year. Shown left, section three, row one: Ruth Diehl, Carol Christian, Janice Fetrow, Judy Krick, Starr McFarland. Row two: Linda Lentz, Shelly Berg, Kay Hughes, Catherine Ditlow, Philip De- Board, Walter Mearkle. Row three: Larry Kister, Elwood Neiman, Sam Brinton, Ray Eichelberger, Raymond Johns, Robert Best. vssrfnnn TODAY HALL OF FAME HELEN AMES CAROL KEPLINGER "Y1" Club, Pres., TRI-Hl-Y Cheerleader, SHAWNEE Staff CLYDE BOMGARDNER CHARLES KICHMAN Class President Varsity Sports Varsity Sports Student Council BARBARA BURKHART SALLY MILLER Jr., Sr. Play, SHAWNEE Editor TIMES Bus. Mgr., State Chorus HART ENSIGN MARJORIE SPONSLER SHAWNEE Staff, "21" Club Honor Society, TIMES Co-editor JUDY HARKISON JAMES TRITT Majorettef TIMES Co-editor Student Council, Honor Society ROBERT KAUFFMAN FRED WIGFIELD TIMES Staff, Band Council President, Radio Staff 90 SHAWNEE CONGRATULATES . . . these seniors in the Hall of Fame for l954. Their qualities of service, leadership, scholarship, and character have earned them this award. Pictured above, left to right, seated. Clyde Bomgardner, Sally Miller, Charles Kichman, Judy Harkison, Mariorie Sponsler, Carol Keplinger Standing: Helen Ames, Robert KauFFman, Barbara Burkhart, Hart Ensign, Fred Wigfield, James Tritt. . WHO'S WHO MOST STUDIOUS Clyde Bomgardner Hart Ensign MOST TALENTED Robert Duncan Sally Miller MOST CO-OPERATIVE Fred Vfigfield Ruth Dewalt MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Clyde Bomgardner Judy Harlcison MOST POPULAR Charles Kichman Ardrey Gilbert MOST ATTRACTIVE John Kopp Helen Stoker MOST ATHLETIC Elwood Baker Sandra Zeigler MOST DRAMATIC Mendal Mearlcle Barbara .Burkhart SHAWNEE CONGRATULATES . . . These seniors in the Who's Who for T954. Popular vote of their class- maies awarded fhese honors for oufsfanding achievement. Shown above, leff fo righl, sealed: Hart Ensign, Judy Harkison, John Kopp, Helen Sfoker, Ardrey Gilbert, Charles Kichman. Standing: Clyde Bomgardner, Ruth DeWalt, Fred Wigfleld, Sally Miller, Roberf Duncan, Barbara Burkharl, Mendal Mearkle, Sandra Zeigler, Elwood Baker. 9 POPULAR CANDIDATES . . . for football queen cmd king chat while voting is in progress. Above, camera catches Ardrey Gilbert, Jack Kopp, Gloria Brothers, Charles Kichman, Clyde Bomgardner, Ruth DeWalt. paydafafz aeadafw wedge: cw CASTlNG BALLOTS . . . at the Football Hop sponsored by the cheerleaders, above right, are Karanetta Lazarus, Ronald Spoonhour, Carol Bair, Frank Bingman. QBIG MOMENT . . . arrives for Charles Kichman, center, popular football lineman, elected by students as king of the hop. Offering congratulations to the "big man on campus" are Clyde Bomgardner and Jack Kopp. Q "l'M SO HAPPY," exclaims Ardrey Gilbert, breathless and beaming, when told of her election as football queen, below left. Gloria Brothers and Ruth DeWalt, attendants, present felicitations on her good fortune. 0 TIME OUT . . . to enioy the pause that refreshes at the Football Hop, below right, are seniors Mendal Mearkle, Jackie Shorter, Carol Keplinger, and Robert Kauffman. l92l ,ZMZZQZZ Queen and 66027 CHEERING CROWDS . . . greet queen and attend- ants as they appear on West Shore field at half time of Thanksgiving game. Above, left, are Ruth DeWalt, Ardrey Gilbert, and Gloria Brothers. 0 IN A HUDDLE . . . after the Coronation is the royal court. Talking over events of a big evening center right are, .lack Kopp, Gloria Brothers, Charles Kichman, Ardrey Gilbert, Clyde Bomgardner, Ruth DeWalt. Q DOING THE HONORS . . . William Dittmar, football coach, crowns Ardrey Gilbert football queen of 1953, below, right, Charles Kichman, football king, holds a football bearing autographs of members of the team. Sharon Sampson was crown bearer and Linn Bailets carried the football. Q CENTER OF ATTENTION. . . as they lead the court to the throne through a gym packed with admirers, below left, are Charles Kichman and Ardrey Gilbert. ROYAL COUPLE . . . Ardrey Gilbert and Charles Kichman survey their subiects after the coronation at the annual affair to choose a football queen and king. I93l 7fcf:Z!awe'ea ,aamde animate cfzawd STORY BOOK CHARACTERS . . . goblins, fabulous floats parade in the town Hallowe'en celebration sponsored by the Community Service Organization on October 26. Enthusiastic viewers iammed the line of march along Bridge Street from Haldeman to the Citizens Hose Company on Fourth Street where chilly paraders were served ginger bread and cider. Here also iudges totaled points and presented prizes. BIG DUTCHMAN . . . and the little woman representing one of the many prize winning couples add a bright touch. Pictured right, typical Hollanders are Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Hoffman of Penbrook. 0 HEADHUNTERS . . . present a gory scene to viewers as they gloat over a victim being prepared for the stew pot. Shown below right, are Mrs. Mary Kitzmiller, Mrs. Blanche Buxton, Mrs. Elsie Zerting, and Bruce Hoffmer from Elizabeth- ville, Penna. LEADING THE PARADE . . . in a flashy convertible were Carol Keplinger, Hallowe'en Queen, center, and her attendants Sally Wilson, left, and Dorene Brosius, right. This attractive trio was elected by popular vote ofthe student body under the sponsorship of the Student Council. The Queen was crowned at a special Community Service Organization-Student Council dance on October 24 held in her honor. GAY NINETIES . . . couple, below, discussing results of the parade are Albert Rabena and Janet Steele from the group representing the Elkwood Fire Com- pany. l94l RIDING IN STYLE . . . in her donkey drawn sleigh, above, is sweetheart of the parade, cute little Wendi DeMartyn of Beale Avenue, Enola. Her antics and waves brought smiles from the onlookers as she rode along the parade route. Kidd cam!c4, fafzgel M6464 ofa tfzeczle LOCAL ORGANIZATIONS . . . scout troops as well as out-of-town contestants vie for S750 in prizes awarded to the most original, most comical costumes, the largest group marching, the most beautiful and original fioats, and to dozens of special individual masqueraders. Adding zest to the colorful parade were the local high school band and those from Susquenita, Enola, and Mechanicsburg. HANDSOME COUPLE . . . adds a touch of the gas light days, right. Donna Jean and Earl Lesniak of Zarker Street, Harrisburg, bring applause of viewers as they strut along in their grown-up costumes. 0 TOMA- HAWKS . . . tom-toms, and war paint help make up the costumes of the lively Indian tribe pictured below. In reality they are New Cumberland Cub Scout Pack 63, with their leader, Mr. Elmer Wertz, recipients of one of the top prizes. GOSSIP CLUB . . . from the time float, below, are Mrs. Beaver, Mrs. Marlin Swartz, at l95l POPULAR DUO . . . show their ap- proval of a festive dance sponsored by the "2l" club under the direction of Fred Peiffer, adviser. Pictured above are Sterling Ort and Darlis Rehm. X W Whig, GAY DECORATIONS . . . add to the festive scene at the eighth annual formal. Above, looking over the white sleigh filled to the brim with bright packages are Ronald Brougher, Diane Hollister, Wayne Updegraff, Ruth DeWalt, Barbara Borke, Kenneth Boyer. 704c'z'e Wzdetmae ?afwm6" HAPPY QUARTET . . . pause for the cameraman during an intermission. Below, left, are: Frank Robbins, Mardee Eichelberger, Donna Stonesifer, James HuHier. l93l GAILY DANCING . . . couples glide to the easy rhythm of Leo Runk's Orchestra. RECEIVING LINE . . . takes a rest after welcoming students, guests to a glistening wonderland. Pictured above, are Mr. Lawrence Garman and Mrs. Garman, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Wolfe, Mrs. William Dittmar and Coach William Dittmar. ecufwze of ale Seaman INTERMISSION SCENE . . . shows starry eyed girls and gallant beaux at the popular punch-bowl. Shown left center, left to right, Gladys Rehm, John Wertz, Sally Miller, .lon La Faver, Beverly Beckley, Charles Kichman, Ard- rey Gilbert, Edmund Clingan. HOLIDAY SPIRIT . . . remains as happy couples, below, end a long FASHIONABLE COUPLE . . . looks over the shimmering decorations in a gym covered by an unfamiliar blanket of white with seasonal touches ot glitter- ing gifts. Shown above, are Larry Snook and Patsy Quigley. DOUBLE SCOOP . . . shows guests resplendent as they arrive tor a big evening. Below, right, are: Robert Shultz, Gayle Miller, .lack Morton, Joan Banco. remembered evening to the strains of Three O'clock in the Morning and Sleep. l99l CHANGING PARTNERS . . . couples arrange dances for a big evening. Above, Carole Smith, Craig Bright- bill, Helen Stoker, Kenneth Boyer look over attractive dance programs. 7cw4c'ancf:5Ze fandom 77mm HOTEL HERSHEY . . . swanky surroundings . . . dreamy gowns . . . corsages everywhere . . . results of skillful plan- ning by a wide-awake iunior committee, pictured above with their dates. Row one: Carol Keplinger, Gloria Brothers, Judy Harkison, Ardrey Gilbert, Nancy Metz, Helen Stoker, Beverly Beckley. Row two: Clyde Bomgardner, Norman Basehore, Clair Snelbaker, Charles Kichman, Donald Winter, Kenneth Boyer, Edmund Clingan. QSPLASHING FOUNTAIN . . . in hotel lobby attracts students after a fast whirl on the dance floor. Pictured right are: Robert Yoder, Robert Horton, Bar- bara Holler, Peggy Peitter, Karanetta Lazarus, Elwood Baker. QDANCEABLE MUSIC provided by the Mello-Macs featuring Herbert Curry, former band director, on the trumpet. Below, a crowd gathers to listen to a specialty number by Georgie Anne, vocalist. decade cbffzdag mid awww GREETING COUPLES . . . welcoming guests is the iob of the receiving line. Above, left to right are: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Korkuch, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Peif'Ter, Carol Kepiinger and Clyde Bomgardner, Class President. Q REFRESHMENT TIME . . . finds crowds waiting to be served delicious, refreshing punch. Couples pictured left are: Clair Snelbaker and Judy Harkison, James Hockersmith and Barbara Burkhart, Charles Kichman and Ardrey Gilbert. 0 BUNNY- HOP LINE . . . finds girls trying to liven things up as the boys stand in the background. Lined up for one of the popular dance fads are: Mardee Eichelberger, Jackie Bretz, Grace Spangler, Jackie Shorter, Mary Zeiders, Karanetta Lazarus, Gladys Rehm, Pat Dierich, Marian Bupp, Carlo Rupp. DREAMY MELODIES . . . and So Tired tell the dancers that another memorable Prom is ended. GROUPS COLLECT . . . at intermission for fun and laughs. Above seated, are: Jackie Shorter, Ruth De- Walt, Sandra Smith. Standing: Mary Ann Gemmill, Fred Wigfield, Adolph Nicolas, Wayne UpdegraFf, Jack Krone. 3, 1. 1 7 J' . df THE LITTLE DOG LAUGHED . . . to see such sport as a dual kissing scene right. Following the example of Helen Stoker and Ronald Winter, Dickie Claar busses playmate Cindy Marks while the little dog, Candy, looks on. The hilarious comedy under the direction of Mrs. Thelma Marks was presented on November 20, 1953 as the Senior production of the class of l954. Sanken alma aw STUNNED FATHER . . . Sid Huntington listens to his teen-age son swear undying devotion to the daughter of his greatest business rival. Shown left are: Jackie Shorter, Robert Kaulfman, Mendal Mearkle in big scene. Q RARE BIRD . . . the melipius umbellus umbellus trapped by Professor Honeywell is a thing of horror to Laurie but Gus thinks only of ways to trap the Professor. ln a hilarious scene below left are: Veanna Fisher, James Tritt, Helen Stoker. UNKIND REMARKS . . . made by gossipers at Martha Hunting- Y ton's tea cause Laurie to persuade the guests to take the Zom- browski Ink Blot Test with startling results. Shown below right are: Barbara Burkhart, Sally Miller, Hart Ensign, Beverly Beckley, Carole Smith. llO2l bedding ,wqeaalagwzf PLAY CAST . . . pictured above, row one: Dickie Claar, Candy, Cindy Marks. Row two: Ronald Winter, Mendal Mearkle, Helen Stoker, Mariorie Sponsler, Robert Kauffman, Patricia Hale, Veanna Fisher, James Tritt. Row three: Jackie Shorter, Hart Ensign, Barbara Burkhart, Carole Smith, Sally Miller, Beverly Beckley, Peggy Peifter, Wesley Snyder. Q FACULTY DIRECTORS . . . go over play manu- script to iron out rough spots before the big performance. Pictured lower right: Mrs. Thelma Marks, center, gets suggestions from her assistants, Mrs. Betty Weaver, left, and Miss Anne Blecker, right. INTERPRETIVE DANCERS . . . Martha, Wally, and Sid Huntington stage a scene to mortify prospective psychologist, Laurie. Shown, lower left, are: Mariorie Sponsler, Robert Kauffman, Mendal Mearkle. RECORD AUDIENCE . . . ap- plauds MEARKLE and KAUFF- MAN in comedy roles. STAGE CREW . . . members at work building a difficult scenery arrangement under the direction of Fred Wigfield, student producer. Below, left to right, are: Edward New- myer, Jay Hoover, Fred Wig- field, Ronald Spoonhour, Ralph Markley. fiosi SWING FEVER . . . a rollicking comedy was presented on April 17, 1953 under the direction of Mr. William Wert as the iunior production of the Class of 1954. Q PROP MEN . . . argue over 'furniture arrangement as large props are set up on the stage. Pictured left are: Wesley Sny- der, Larry Snook, Elwood Baker, George Ahn. Wiecvzkie, 266765425 ated! adam PLAY CAST . . . pictured above, includes, seated: Helen Ames, Beverly Beckley, Marjorie Sponsler, Barbara Burkhart, Patricia Hale, Ardrey Gilbert, Carol Keplinger, Mendal Mearkle, Stand- ing: James Tritt, Gilbert Shaffer, Ronald Brougher, Carole Smith, Robert Kauffman, Kenneth Boyer. QMASKED MARVEL . . . receives cheers from Grandpa Fuller as he leaves for dance con- test to tind a new partner for movie star Penny Palmer. Shown below, left are: James Tritt, Carol Keplinger, Mendal Mearkle, Barbara Burkhart. Q ANGEL CHILD . . . noisy Tootsie Norris threatens to shoot it out with bossy brother Philip, sister Amy and housekeeper Mrs. Grimm. Pictured below left are Kenneth Boyer, Barbara Burkhart, Mariorie Sponsler, Ardrey Gilbert. 11041 MAKE-UP STAFF . . . readies cast members for roles with proper grease paint, aging. At right, working on cast members Ronald Brougher and Patricia Hale are Gloria Brothers, Miss Doris Jean Krise, adviser, Joanne Eichelberger, Carol Bair. Q DRESS REHEARSAL . . . and director William Wert puts the finishing touches on the iunior class production. da dekgitfcd camedq zalea MOVIE CONTRACT . . . is offered to Father Norris, mistaken for the dancing marvel sought by Penny Palmer, as Mrs. Norris expresses her disgust. Shown below left, are: Robert Kauffman, Gilbert Shatter, Carole Smith, Beverly Beckley, Ronald Brougher. Q GAY CONSPIRATORS . . . hide full dress suit belonging to Father Norris so that Alex will have proper attire for his great moment at the dance. Below right are: James Tritt, Mendal Mearkle, Helen Ames, Barbara Burkhart. H051 ima v W wwf Vs i A 1 ,f W ' ' X 'lbw , , -' ' . ' ' fn ' I 1 XMWQQMLU U V, if ' 1" 0 DAJ , 1f .. ' 'q A , 4' x F I ln J, If w 4. , , , vr 1 . 41: TT -fwfgwww ff-9' M V V M-,wx ,,:f,..,g:!i , 4- 4 Qfwiif' ef 'V KMA ww:-1.,,xgf,x 'M U .Yi f g V, 1 14 451 .ff Vliffww' H 'WA ,SQp5i.l, y ' - V' AM, rw, 31, V 1 TIGERS, i953 . . . Row one: Spoonhour, Bomgardner, lntrieri, Gher, Baker, Kichman, Shaffer, Kiehl, Campbell, Wolfe, Clingan. Row two: Assistant coach Poole, Ort, Bingman, Hulter, Horton, Shuler, Snook, Nelson, Kopp, Dugan, Coach Dittmar. Row three: Brinton, Turban, Wildman, Palese, Atkinson, Smith, Payne, Biller, Blazer, Spangler and Ahn, managers. Enola . . . Lower Paxton . . Jersey Shore Boiling Springs Mechanicsburg qw map clamhmahh FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Opp. N.C. , O . i2 .20 . l2 . l2 Susquehanna Swatara . . Hummelstown Camp Hill . West Shore . Opp. N.C. 22 i3 6 26 6 ENTHUSIASTIC CHEERLEADERS . . . put school spirit and pep into Tiger fans at all football and basketball games. Shown below, left to right, are: Joan Zeigler, Elinor Johnson, Mary Ann Gemmill, Carol Keplinger, Ardrey Gilbert, Patricia Dierich, Cynthia Orner, Patricia Herr. 4, ff Clingan Halibaclc , , i f i , 1 1 , p0Ohlt0l-ll' T ankle E i 3 22 S N 5 S? QE Sk if sa we i E Si 4- 5 as 4.1 A ii 5 2 QI as 3 2 532 ,pm 4 '-A wwmwfwvwmfzcfql- -- n1 wwWWWwwmMN-ff-'ff' '- WHM- m AW M K Fly STOWING GEAR . . . prior to the Tigers ' 1 4 long iourney for a night game at Jersey 7 Shore are senior managers Kenneth Spangler and George Ahn. HEADS OR TAILS . . . wonder these four co-captains as referee James Peiffer flips the quarter to get the l953 football campaign underway. Pictured, above right, are the Tigers co-captains Charles Kichman and Gilbert Shaffer and Enola Panthers Robert Shuler and Donald Moore. Q BLAZER BLAZES . . . a trail on a long touch- down iaunt, right, as a Lower Paxton Ranger tries to stop him. Don Blazer, the Tigers' speedy iunior, all-conference back is the team's leading scorer. The Tigers stretched a l9-l2 halftime lead against the scrappy Ranger club by tallying once in each of the last two quarters. Q TOUCHDOWNH . . . below left, Don Blazer scores the first six-pointer as the Tigers became the only Lower Susquehanna conference team to top conference champ- ion Swatara. Minutes later Don Gher threw a 40-yard touchdown pass to Red Baker and the Tigers staved off an Eagle rally to win by a 14-13 count. ROUGH STUFF . . . Tiger end Baker while a host of Trojan players stop ln the Thanksgiving day tussle. , '45 il l O l after: Jean!-' heading low 38, pulls up short after missing a block trleri inches short of the goal line during PEP TALK . . . head football coach William Dittmar "talks turkey" at student rally before the Tiger-Troian Thanksgiving day classic. CHEER, CHEER . . .for old N.C. Hi sing these loyal Tiger rooters, above, left, at the pep rally and bonfire before the big contest. Q GOING DOWN . . . Jack Kopp, 40, Tiger halfback, left, is hit from behind by an unidentified West Shore player as other Troians rush in to assist. The Tigers racked up their 20th win out of 33 clashes in the traditional Turkey day contest as they easily toppled the hapless Trojans by a 33-6 count. 0 FOLLOW ME . . . Tiger guard, Charles Campbell, 45, seems to be saying to Don Gher, 42, quarterback, below right as he picks up more yardage against the out-manned Troians. Campbell is the only Tiger to be given "lineman of the week" award by the Harrisburg Lions Club. VARSITY CAGE SQUAD . . . eleven seniors make up Coach Johnson's '53-54 team. Pic- tured right, at the tip of the "V" for victory sign is Ray- mond Johns, freshman man- ager. From left to right, are: Elwood Baker, Barry Mowrey, Clyde Bomgardner, Mendal Mearkle, Fred Wigfield, Rob- ert Kauffman, Frank Bingman, Robert Horton, Kenneth Boyer, Larry Snook, Charles Kichman. Head coach John Johnson stands behind within the "V." North York . Manchester . West Shore . . Boiling Springs . Camp Hill . . , Carlisle . Alumni Swatara. . Highspire . Enola .... Lower Paxton . Hummelstown. . for A :f, i i1-W i'i "" xg W mf F T f A sr EW vw if , 'f H V' E12 ,," " -, wily -V ,.i, v L gy ,, V Y ,Z,.,.., . is W , ,5 , 1-: V',. 1 i f Y I ll "'1 ' . Ly in ff BASKETBALL SCHEDULE Susquehanna Elizabethtown West Shore York Catholic Camp Hill . Swatara . Highspire . Enola . . . Lower Paxton Hummelstown Susquehanna Chambersburg SENIOR VARSITY LETTERMEN Y, H Krchman Center i Mowrey Forward FOYWB M SENIOR VARSITY LETTERMEN 4011960606 deacon ROUNDING OUT . . . what has been termed the most successful basketball campaign at N.C. Hi in recent years, the I953-54 all senior team represented the Lower Susque- hanna Conference in the Class A P.I.A.A. eliminations. The Tigers over-all chart shows I5 victories against 8 defeats, while a IO-6 conference log was good enough for a third place deadlock. On occasion during the season the Bengals displayed outstanding potential as indicated by their record for being the only conference team to top a strong Hummelstown club twice. But at other times they fell into a more or less lack-lustre brand of ball that caused several disastrous mid- season defeats. KICHMAN HITS . . . for two points, below left, in the second Highspire game in which the Tigers avenged an earlier loss with a 53-56 victory. Players following the shot are Din- timan, 5, Krodel, 6, Parthemore, 7, Highspire, and Tigers Kauffman, 3, and Baker. 0 JUST IN TIME . . . below right, Barry Mowrey, 5, of the Tigers gets his shot away at the proper moment as Garno, 4, of Camp Hill jumps un- successfully to block the shot. Defensively, Ach- enbach, IO, and Shoeman, I4, of the Lions watch the action. But the Tigers could not beat the league leading Lions who went on to a 62- 55 victory. a e Bomgardnzr Forward Horton Guard Wrgfrzld Guard PUSH SHOT . . . above, poised for a one hand stab in the initial phases of the Camp Hill-New Cumberland struggle is Elwood Baker, high scoring forward on the Tiger quintet. Larry Achen- bach, lO, of the Lions rushes to guard Baker. lll4l Sam ,dag-off Zeal! WHERE'S THE BALL? . . . seems to be the question as these six hoopsters, above, left, look to the referee during a tense moment in the second Camp Hill-New Cumberland fracas. Figuring in the play are Lions Doran, l3, Greenlund, 3, and Garno, 4, with Tigers Baker, 8, in the foreground and Mowrey and Kichman partially hidden. Q STRETCH HlGH . . . and that's what Tiger Fred Wigfielcl does, above, right, to snatch the ball from Greenlund, 3, of Camp Hill. Baker, 8, of New Cumberland and Doran, l3, of Camp Hill seem unconcerned about the play. 0 JUNIOR VARSITY SQUAD . . . boasts one of the finest records ever posted by a New Cumberland cub quintet. With T6 wins and 6 losses, and two of the losses in non-league competition plus two wins over the Camp Hill iuniors, Coach Robert Deck can point proudly at statistics. Below, left to right, are: Larry Bomgardner, Mark Turban, James Weakley, Ronald Coleman, Larry Hesketh, Paul McCreary, Ernest Horton, Herbert Hoffmeier, Edward Morrow, Robert Miller and Coach Robert Deck. Kneeling is student manager Wayne Belmont. I , l953 BASEBALL TEAM . . . row one, Flurie, Rockey, Dugan, Roof, Snelbaker, Mearkle, Ort, Penfz, l. Kiehl, Row fwo: Assislanf coach Johnson, Bingman, Sfifzel, Kohler, Markley, Blazer, Nelson, Biller, HuFFer, head coach PeiFFer. Row lhree: Smilh, Linlhursf, R. Kiehl, Gray, Mclvor, Harfzell, Payne, Horton, Kauffman, Bomgardner. Row four: Wilt, Mulh, Yearick, Leese, DeWalt, Turban, Morrow, Heskelh, McCreary. Row five: managers, Hart, Holcombe, Spangler, Hake. Diamond deacon clawed lg 'mia BASEBALL SCHEDULE Opp. N.C. Opp. N.C. Boiling Springs , 4 4 Wesf Shore . . . 6 7 John Harris . . 5 l Enola . . . . 6 3 Enola . . . . 2 l Carlisle . . . . 3 4 Wesl Shore . . 6 l Camp Hill . . . . 8 6 Mechanicsburg . 3 4 Carlisle .... . . 7 4 Camp Hill . . . 2 15 Mechanicsburg . . . . 6 7 SENIOR LETTERMEN SENIOR LETTERMEN iyfdd fafzfez an taagi .league SEASON SUMMARY . . . a weak early record, brought on by several disastrous losses to second division clubs, practically eclipsed any chance that the i953 edition of the Tiger club had of copping the West Shore baseball title. The Tigers, an in and out team all season wound up in third place in the five team loop, boasting an even 5-5 record. ln knocking oFF West Shore and Camp Hill once each the Tigers displayed their best brand of ball. With Mendy Mearkle, one of Fred Peif- fer's trio of starting moundsmen, twirling a four hitter, the Tigers blasted the Camp Hill club, 2nd place finisher in the loop to the tune of l5-2. Then they edged the Troians from West Shore, who eventually copped the title, in an extra inning tilt, 6-5. DIAMOND MEN . . . talk over strat- egy for the opening of the i954 base- ball campaign. The squad boasts nine returning lettermen who hope to be real contenders for the champion- ship in a tough West Shore league. Pictured right are: Coach Peiffer, in his l8th year at the helm of Tiger g M baseball destinies, Larry Kauffman, Wayne Biller, and assistant Coach John Johnson. lllol DISCUSSING PLANS . . . for class teams, tournaments, com- petition in all phases of intramurals are Mary Carlisano, girI's physical education head, Larry Bomgardner, Winifred Prowell, and Russell Poole, bc-y's physical education head. Each semester offers sportsters a varied program. During the first semester hockey, volleyball, touch football are on the agenda. For the second semester are added basketball, deck tennis, tumbling, softball, and badminton. Enthusiastic students risk bruised shins, black eyes, sore wrists, and cracked ankles to participate in a well-rounded program. And zestful students pack the gym at noon to cheer their favorite teams during a hotly contested play- off. Intramurals form a big part of the sports picture at N. C. Hi. KEY MEN . . . are sports managers who perform numerous tasks to keep teams working at full efficiency. Pictured above, cleaning and polishing the basketballs, are Craig Brightbill and .lohn Hewitt, senior and iunior basketball managers. They are members of the six man managerial crew employed by coaches Johnson and Deck. Other members of the staff are, Ronald Spoon- hour, senior, Wayne Belmont, iunior, Pete DeWalt, sophomore, and Raymond Johns, freshman. 7aZ'mmmcz6 ,afzagmm ,eafeccfcvz cu! W Wd I Q L V WRESTLING FANS . . . get set to try the holds made famous on TV I iiii bouts by Don Eagle, Baron Leone, Lou Fez and many others. Shown left on the mat are Russel Wheeler and Charles Webster with Ronald Sponsler, Delmont Sweitzer, William Speese and William Wolfe lined up to give help and encouragement. lll7l 4 -, W. fs. endow ga cz!!-oat? lean! BASKETBALL COMPETITION . . . is keen among rival class teams in the intramural tournament. With a record entry of ten teams, seniors battered their way to top after anxious moments and one point victories. RUNNERS-UP . . . senior A team, pictured above right, sport a record of 8 wins and one defeat. Row one: Jack Morton, Ed Clingan, Don Gher, Ronald Winter. Row Two: James Huffer, Ronald Sponsler, Delmont Sweitzer, Jack Kopp. Q ALSO-RANS . . . senior C team, pictured above left, comes through with 6 wins and 2 defeats. Row one: Frank Robbins, Donald Ort, Russel Wheeler, Wesley Snyder. Row two: William Speese, Ralph Shuler, William Wolfe, Sterling Ort. 01954 CHAMPIONS . . . senior B team, pictured left center, boasts of a un- defeated season with nine victories. Row one: John Kohler, Irvin Kiehl, Charles Webster, Jack Krone. Row two: Eugene Shewell, Robert Yoder, Charles Campbell, Vincent Spadafore, Steve lntrieri. VOLLEYBALL VICTORS . . . senior team, complete a season with 6 wins O defeats. Each team was required to play 4 games, with ten teams in the competition. Pictured left are, row one: Jack Morton, Frank Robbins, Russel Wheeler, Wesley Snyder, George Kohn. Row two: Ralph Shuler, Jack Kopp, James Tritt, Sterling Ort, James Huffer. may VOLLEY ACES . . . captain Ensign's senior team, victors after an elimination series among sixteen teams, gain the championship with 4 wins and one loss. Pictured right, row one: Gloria Lutz, Lillie Mae Eshelman, Jo Anne Hench, Margie Deaven. Row two: Ardrey Gilbert, Helen Ames, Carol Keplinger, Hart Ensign. dwdmmaml campetildaa THE TIGERETTES . . . an ensemble of skilled and speedy basketball players from various senior intramural squads was organized to play in benefit games. ln a game with the alumni they suffered a 35-26 set-back. The gold medal tournament is also included in their schedule. Pictured center right, row one: Karanetta Lazarus, Lynn Berrier, Jackie Shorter. Row two: Vesta Campbell, Joanne Eichelberger, Ruth DeWalt, Row three: Betty Yinger, Margie Deaven, Jo Anne Hench, Sandra Zeigler. Q HOCKEY LEADERS . . . captain Orris' senior team was among the top competitors in an indecisive tournament ended by wintry breezes. Pictured lower left, row one: Helen Ames, Peggy Peiffer, Juanita Orris, Sandra Zeigler, Pat Hale. Row two: Hart Ensign, Ruth DeWalt, Margie Deaven, Carol Keplinger, Ardrey Gilbert. Q PACE MAKERS . . . captain Berrier's senior team was setting the pace in the hockey play-offs when the season was abruptly concluded. Shown lower right, row one: Ardella Gruber, Gloria Lutz, Veanna Fisher, Judy Harkison, Lillie Mae Eshelman. Row two: Jackie Shorter, Joanne Eichelberger, Betty Yinger, Lynne Berrier, Karanetta Lazarus. -.. -ui i - ABLE JOURNALISTS . . . talk over future TIMES policy. Seated: Barbara Borke and Mardee Eichelberger who will be featured on the newspaper staff when Margie Spon- sler and Judy Harkison, co-editors, hand over the reins. upon graduation. endow cwzilfe ' '4 an 7954 Mmm AND 30 . . . shouts the staff as the last pictures and copy for the l954 SHAW- NEE are checked. Above, right are: Naomi Peters, adviser, Carol Keplinger, class editor, Barbara Burkhart, editor-in- chief, Fred Wigtield, business manager, and Beverly Beckley, assistant business manager. Q CONVENTION PLANS. . . TIMES adviser Blanche Slaybaugh shows a draft of the speech she will give to national journalists at the Columbia Scholastic Press Convention to staff mem- bers accompanying her. Standing are, left to right, Robert Kauffman, Mariorie Sponsler, Carol Keplinger, Mrs. Jean Korkuch, business adviser, Sally Miller and Judy Harkison. GIFT CERTIFICATE . . . class com- mittee headed by Clyde Bom- gardner presents a check to super- vising principal, Charles Gemmill for the gift from the class of '54, a speaker's lectern under construc- tion. Pictured left, left to right, are: Carole Smith, Peggy Peiffer, Helen Stoker, Clyde Bomgardner, Mr. Charles Gemmill, Jack Kopp. ll2Ol ,-'fad Me ,4mz6aewwzg celelfwufim enda LAST PREPARATIONS . . . get underway as seniors, above left, are measured for new caps and gowns. For the first time caps and gowns will represent the school colors, white for the girls, and blue for the boys. Shown left to right are: Lillie Mae Eshelman, Marilyn Hughes, Charles Campbell, and Ronald Spoonhour. 0 LONG AWAITED . . . commencement announcements are counted and prepared for distribution by senior committee. Pictured right are: Kathleen Laughman, Karanetta Lazarus, Judy Crisp, and Florence Haring at work. SENIOR DREAM . . . of a perfect graduation gift-a new, low, sporty car. Above Frank Robbins, Robert Duncan and William Speese look over a 1954 Studebaker. PREPARING DIPLOMAS senior girls affix school seal and colors and arrange diplomas for presentation at the big ceremonies. Working right are: .loan Banco, Margie Deaven, Nancy Erickson, Rita Fox, and Dorothy Flatts. ll2ll 1 Swank I . 'W , , A Eiiglf, Wwwwv-., . i Q TRANS WGRLD AIRLINES u.s.A. - sunopf - AFRICA - asm Senior students meet the I i:i 5 New York flight at the busy Harrisburg State Airport. Above Miss Bernice Briggeman, airline hostess, conducts visitors Larry Snook, George Kohn, and Donald Gher on on inspection tour of a TWA Marten. N241 STEWART P. RUTH Building Contractor :Gt 320 POPLAR AVE. NEW CUMBERLAND. PA. CAMP HILL QAM Trays, Inc. FRONT AND RENO NEW CUMBERLAND, PA. Phone: 6-1522 ALL FORMS OF INSURANCE AND BONDS Bachman-Knorr Insurance Agency 131 Chesinui' Sfreef HARRISBURG, PENNA. Phone: 3-6809 DEIBERT'S - GENERAL STGRE Russell G. Wnghtstone . HARDWARE GROCERIES . DELICATESSEN PAINTS, OU-5, AND GI-A55 FROZEN PRODUCTS - ICE CREAM SOFT DRINKS House Furnishings, Stoves, GAS - OIL AND KEROSENE Sporting Goods, Etc. o 214 Fourth St. NEW CUMBERLAND, PA. RD H1 ETTERS, PA. Phone: 3-1413 I I 25 West Shore Beverage Distributor Free Home Delivery 1228 Maple Avenue EYEE CLEANERS Formerly West Shore Cleaners Excellent Service CRear of Bridge Streetp O Phone: 2-1713 NEW CUMBERLAND, PA. Phone: 2-0197 New Cumberland, Pa 'Wee Snpeoeifie 429 So. 18th Street CAMP HILL, PENNA. Q EVERY DAY LOW PRICES L. G. BALFOUR CO ATTLEBORO, MASS. Designers N. C. H. S. Standard Etching Commencement Announcements and Personal Cards W. G. fBil1j Ross Known wherever tbere are schools and colleges The Backenstoss Greenhouse FLOWERS For everyday and special occasions Telephone: 8-2782 414 Bridge St. New Cumberland, Pa. L. M. SWEITZER Coal Dealer Phone: Lewisberry 2471 L1263 CUMBERLAND COUNMTY NATIONAL BANK TRUST COMPANY NEW CUMBERLAND. PENNSYLVANIA ' ' ,JP l,,ff -QNEW Cumemiuuin, PENNSYLVANIA HOME or I-kmussunc STATE AIRPORT - "Your School Savings Bank" Seniors find funds accumu- lated in the School Savings program come in handy when graduation time nears. Right, X Mrs. Emily Patterson assists Gayle Miller, John Shimmel, and Robert Mclvor who line up at her window to withdraw savings. Best Wishes to the Class of '54 Phone: 3-9600 Free Delivery From CHAS. l.. JACKSON George De Board ATLANTIC SERVICE BUILDING CONTRACTOR AAA Service Q Lewisberry, Phone: l5th and Bridge Sts. Pennsylvania Lewisberry 2347 NEW CUMBERLAND PA LI27j SHENK 8: TITTLE Everything 151' Sport 315 Market St., HARRISBURG, PA. Phone: 4-3046 Play More-Live Longer "This is the fielder's mitt for me," declares James Hufifer, left, to sport enthusiasts Sterling Ort and Lavern Wilt as they inspect Shenk 81 Tittle's huge stock of equipment. NEW CUMBERLAND BOX CO. Fancy GW Boxes NEW CUMBERLAND, PENNA. BUY USED CARS Se" GEORGE A. ZEIDERS and SON C. E. KUMPF 8: SONS Heating, Plumbing 81 Sheet Metal Work Roofing, Roof Painting 81 Spouting 905 Bridge Street Pumps 8 Pump Repairs NEW CUMBERLAND, PA. R.D.l Lewisberry, Pa. Phone: 4-5571 Phone: Lewisberry 2349 H28 l TAILOR SHOP SCHMIDT 85 Ladies and Gents Mason Confmdors Remodeling, Reweaving, Relining Cleaning and Pressing SUITS MADE TO ORDER 2707 Hofrer St' 4th St. New Cumberland Penbfook' PG' Open 8 A.M. To 9 P.M. Dick DeVeny, Tailor WEST SHGRE BLUE Congratulations to the Class of 1954 YOUR WEST SHORE BROKER PAUL R. EICHELBERGER, AGENCY Real Estate SALES-RENTALS-APPRAISALS BUILDING CONSULTANT 507 Market Street NEW CUMBERLAND, PENNA. Phone: 2-5588 or 2-7392 Open Evenings 129 POOLER,S GROCERY OPEN EVENINGS Phone: 4-8561 805 Bridge St. The daily lunch period tinds students rushing to Pooler's for soft drinks and sweets. Pictured left, seniors Glenn Miller and Donald Ort buy ice cream from clerk classmate Ralph Shuler, center. Main Office and Quarry: 8g CAMP HILL, PA., R.D. 1 WHOLESALE Phone: 7-3411 CANDY TOBACCO SUNDRIES 129-131 South Second Street H E M HARRISBURG, PA. Phone: 8-8769 M O W R E Y ' S R I-IED - SUS STONE SANS SUNOCO SERVICE TRANSIT MIXED CONCRETE ASPHALT PAVING MATERIALS H02 Bridge Sffeef STREET AND DRIVEWAY CONSTRUCTION NEW CUMBERLAND' PENNA- EXCAVATION - DRAINAGE Pl10fle: 130 L. B. SMITH, Inc. Motor Division Lemoyne FORD SALES-SERVICE-PARTS Ford Dealers for Greater Harrisburg Phone: 4-7073 WCMB RADIO 24 HOURS DAILY 0 DIAL 1460 JOI-IN B. STARR GUARANTEED Watch Repairing 8: jewelry C M B o T E L E VI S I O N 434 Market Street LEMOYNE, PA. Phone: Hbg. 6-5271 27 SPECIALIZING IN FLORAL DESIGNS P1f3ALER's Ffower Slzop MEMBER OF FLORAL TELEGRAPH DIVISION Phone: Harrisburg 7-3474 Camp Hill, Penmz. "Go to Pealer's if you need flowers for any special occasion or date," declare the senior boys. Above Harold Ness chooses an Easter corsage for his best girl as Ronald Winter and Donald Winter select lovely spring flowers for their favorite dates. fl 31 SNEFUS SPIIHTINH ISQUIJS Open: Tues., Thurs. and Fri. 9:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. Wed. 9:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M. 307 Market Street NEW CUMBERLAND, PA Senior sportsmen inspect the latest in Snell's equipment for their favorite sports. Fishermen Franklin Rudy and John Kohler test rod and reel while archer Thomas Buss demonstrates his skill with a bow and arrow. MI GER' For Finer Photographs QSince 18827 Oflicial Photographer for New Cumberland High School Second and Walnut Streets . Harrisburg, Pa. 1321 LANCASTER PHOTG E GRAVING Printing Plate Manufacturers LANCASTER, PENNA. "Drink lrwin's extra rich milk if you want to be big and rugged like us," advise senior boys assisting milkman Lloyd Parks. Picfured above, brawny Gil Shaffer, Gary Trow- bridge and Ken Nelson reach for luncheon milk. IRWIN'S DAIRY Serving West Shore Schools Wifh X-tra Rich Milk and Premium Qualify Ice Cream Call Us For Your Party Needs lrwin's Dairy 515 So. 32nd St. Camp Hill, Pa. l33 CONGRATULATIONS TO YOU KRI THE GRADUATES OF THE CLASS OF 7954 FROM ERB S ORE Your Aufhorizecl Du Ponf Dealer on fhe Wesf Shore Phone: 2-9184 For any shopping needs from notions to paints, customers find well-stocked shelves in Kriner's Store. Left, Fay Markley looks over the nail polish shades for spring as Rita Fox selecfs her favorite shampoo. THOMAS AUTO ALIGNMENT Phcne: 2-0795 SAMUEL GERBER Dependable Upholsfering For Three Generations Bedding ------- Floor Coverings Upholsfering ----- New Furniture 1004 Market Sf. Lemoyne, Penna. 134 New Cumberland Tool and Die Co. Miller and Geary Ave. NEW CUMBERLAND, PENNA. General Machine and Repair Work Phone: 2-7314 CUTTING DIES A SPECIALTY C. C. DAVIS LUBRICATION WAXING CONSTRUCTION CO. Rear-220 Bridge Street Ba1Sbaugh,S N C . EW PEIZTLAND Esso Servmecenter Third and Bosler Ave. Y LEMOYNE . PENNA. General Contractors Phone: 3 9041 CONGRATULATIONS I ALT LAN D Raymond B. Altlcnd FUNERAL HQME New Cumberland, Pa. Class of 1931 Phone: 2-4567 11351 WEST SHORE BEAUTY Markelss SHOPPE . 913 Bridge Street A111000 SCYVICC NEW CUMBERLAND, PENNA. AnClYf PVOP- Elsie S. Ott Phone: 8-1286 phone: 238C Lewisberry Ex. Route l l l Near Newberry Conrad's Cafe New Cumberland Pennsylvania Mrs. Elsie Ott uses Kathleen Laughman as a model to demonstrate to Peggy Peiffer and Gloria Brothers the proper method to pin-curl bangs. M. Brenner 8a Sons,lnc. C M MUSSELMAN'S Wholesale Only FUNERAL HOME Phone: 2-6923 CANDIES, FOUNTAIN SUPPLIES Lady Assistant SPEClALTlES Air-Conditioned HARRISBURG. PA- LEMOYNE PENNSYLVANIA 1361 Frank R. Leib 81 Son General Insurance A gents Phone: 2-2 198 MARKET SQUARE BUILDING 4 North Second St. HARRISBURG, PENN A. HARRISBURG DAIRIES Distributors of GOLDEN GUERNSEY MILK "Honored many times for quality at STATE FARM SHOW" 20th and Herr Sts. Phone: 4-ll8l BOTTlGLlER'S Self-Service Food Store A8-G AKG 519 Fourth Street New Cumberland, Pa. CENTRAL PENNA. BUSINESS SCHOOL Established l92 2 323 Market St. HARRISBURG, PENNA. SUMMER TERM BEGINS IN JUNE "Central Pennsylvania's Greatest Business School" James Maxwell gets a "once over lightly" as Delmont Sweitzer watches and awaits his turn. CAMPBELL'S BARBER SHOP Service by Appointment 823 Bridge St. Phone: 3-1277 I37 KRAET BROTHERS SERVICE STATION Gus-Oil-lubrication Complete Tire Service Phone: 39188 Each day some of the senior gang stop at nearby Kraft's for service or to "loaf" around. Above, James Hake, Dale Rockey, and Jay Dugan watch intently as station attendant Ed Bates adds water to the radiator of Hake's car. 8th and Bridge Sts. NEW CUMBEREAND, PA. Hal-tzell's Texaco Station WILBUR N, MaC1V0R GOODRICH TUBELESS TIRES IN S U RANC E Q REAL ESTATE RENTALS Fifth and Bridge Sts., NEW CUMBERLAND, PA. 415 Park Ave., NEW CUMBERLAND, PA Phone: 3-9937 ffllhe west ,Sahara ffiiimes ARTHUR L. SHAFF ER . Quality Home Dressed Meats CUMBERLAND C0UNTY'S New Cumberland R. D. 1, Pa. LARGEST Phone: Lewisberry 2781 WEEKLY NEWSPAPER 138 1 THE MILL STORE J. Paul Harkison 15 South 3rd St. HARRISBURG, PENNA. Chevrolef Sales and Service 0 87268 LEMOYNE Cotton . . Woolens Silks . . Cretonne Zeiders Rest Home DIXON PHARMACY for the Senile and Convalescanf lsf Floor Accommodations State Approved Lewisberry Phone, Pennsylvania Lewisberry 2349 Prescripfions Carol and Bridge Sls. New Cumberland For your favorite lunch or after movie snack, Shelly's welcomes students of N. C. Hi. Above, Lynn Berrier, Janice Hughes, Karanella Lazarus, and Yvonne Sfeffy choose the lafesl recordings on the iuke box. SHELLY'S HOMADE ICE CREAM FRENCH FRIES HAMBURGERS HOT DOGS ROOTBEER lin frosted mugl 794 6'rh and Bridge Sis. NEW CUMBERLAND H39 "You can always find cool and refreshing drinks when you stop at Brunhouse's foun- tain," report N. C. Hiseniors. Pictured right, Marilyn Hughes and Shirley Ocker smile happily as they sip cokes and wait for the gang to arrive. Congratulations Graduate We extend our best wishes for your continued success When You Turn Back the Pages of This Year Book We hope that you can include us in your pleasant memories BRUN HOUSE DRUG STORE 521 Bridge Street New Cumberland, Penna. Wall Tile: Plastic, Steel Ceramic BELLWOOD COMPANY 22 4th Street NEW CUMBERLAND, PA. Phone: 3-8780 H. A. Bixler SHEET METAL WORK Spouting, Roofing, and Warm Air Heating Bryant Winter Air Conditioning Unit and Oil Burners Floors: WHY' Phone: 3-7972 Owned anhdyOperatecl METZGER8z soNs Linoleum 305 6th St. NEW CUMBERLAND, PA If 140i George I.. Bowen HBUSSH l-0nQ,S DELICATESSEN O I printing BREYER'S ICE CREAM-CAKES Sintie 1924 FROZEN FOODS-GROCERIES NEW CUMBERLAND Phone: 3-7947 LUNCH MEATS-DAIRY PRODUCTS COOKIES-BAKED GOODS-CANDIES DRINKS-SUNDAE TOPPINGS Open every night until l l:OO Phone: 3-9643 204 3rd Street New Cumberland, Pa. Continued Success as you go forward GBE E N B E RG? S West Shore's Family Clothing Outfitters Work and Dress Shoes by Endicott-Johnson Complete Line of Work-Clothing featuring Lee, Blue Bell, Kast Iron, Big Yank Open Evenings till 8 314 Bridge Street NEW CUMBERLAND, PA. "We always carry a large stock of "Hotties" and saddle oxfords because they are so popular with students," explains one of Green- berg's obliging clerks. Right, Mrs. A. R. Cunningham fits Flora Bair with a pair of new brown and white saddles while Mae Dilliplane waits to look at some late spring styles. 41 I Whitman Candies ik Buxton Wallets :F Parker and Esterbrook Pens 96 Tons Of Toys 'I James Lett 24 Hr. PHOTO SERVICE a CUT nd RATE 206 sd St., New Cumberland G. E. Air Conditioned DOLLY MADISON ICE CREAM "Gil" Beckley - 'fl'ack" Hobart "' " ' ' CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF T954 'A' I N S U RAN C E R. E. H O BAU G H LIFE FIRE AUTO Painting and Decorating Service ALFRED L. MARTIN Phone: 4-3603 New Cumberland YOUR FRIENDLY SERVICE RID. 1 if 'k R. D. I, New Cumberland P. O. Box 78 Phone: 8-4894 I42 I The Beeteni Lumber And Manufacturing Company LUMBER-MILLWORK BUlLDER'S SUPPLIES JESSE H. STONE FUNERAL HOME Air-Conclifioned MARIETTA PAINTS 0 f 68 LEMoYNE, PA. Phone: 1,2328 408 md Sree, CARLISLE, PA. Phone: 3 NEW CUMBERLAND, PA, BUTTOREF 81 CO. Third and Bridge Streets NEW CUMBERLAND, PA. Better Built FURNITURE At Reasonable Prices "For comfort, for style, for value, you can olwoys rely on 'Furniture from ButforH:'s" reporf the senior girls after cz visil fo fheir show rooms. Af lefl, Judy Crisp tries our 0 lable lomp while Lillie Moe Eshelmon and JoAnne Hench dream over ci mellow solid cherry chesf of drawers. l l43 1 B D G E D I N E R Congratulations from: Open 24 Hours GOOD FOOD ALWAYS Air-Conditioned BRINTON BROS. 315 Bridge Street NEW CUMBERLAND, PENNA. Plumbing and Heating The Wm. H. Nauss Post No. 14,3 American Legion New Cumberland, Pa. H E. H. SPOONHOUR Building Contractor 916 Sixteenth St., New Cumberland, Pa. Phone: 3-0537 Senior boys planning their futures as craftsmen get first hand information at one of the homes being constructed by contractor Spoonhour. Future builders Dale Eshelman, Steve lntrieri listen to Ronald Spoonhour explain the spacing of ioists. ll441 NOW! More Them Ever IT PAYS TO SHOP "Doc" REIFF COMPARE ! Fashions for Men NEW CUMBERLAND "This is the sport Iacket l have been looking for," senior Russel Wheeler, center, informs clerk Harry Phillips as Charles Webster, left, appears to agree. To the Graduating Class ...... OUR SINCERE WlSHES FOR YOUR FUTURE SUCCESS M. F. ROCKEY STORAGE CO. LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE MOVERS Agents Allied Van Lines NEW CUMBERLAND, PA. DIERICH BROTHERS Roofing and Plumbing O New Cumberland, R. D. l Phone: 4-6584 Firestone Motors, Inc 1029 Market Street LEMOYNE, PENNA. PLYMOUTH DODGE DODGE TRUCKS Phone: 8-0824 l 145 "This 1954 Pontiac is the most beautiful car on wheels," declare seniors Ben Miller, James Maxwell, and Russell Wheeler. Shaull Equipment and Supply Co. LEMOYNE - PENNSYLVANIA O Telephones: Harrisburg 4-4915 4-4916 We prefer: FREYSlNGER'S 1535 Bridge Street NEW CUMBERLAND, PA. FOR P 0 N T I A C Sales and Service Gross Amoco Service I , O A Good Place To STOP On Route 111 Balt S Palnt Baked Enamel Auto Painting Complete Body and Fender Service Paul Gross USED CARS ' EBERLY'S MILLS For Pick-Up 8K Delivery 1 Mile South of Camp Hill Phone: Lewisberry 2372 Phone: 7-3211 C. FRANK CLASS STEEL HARRISBURG, PA. H1461 The Hagel Keely Shoppe SUITS 1546 Bridge Street DRESSES Phone: 3-0919 HOSIERY NEW CUMBERLAND, PA. COSTUME JEWELRY Cinderella Stationers 7awn 7cwmn Wedding Invitations and Announcements Q Printers of the Finest Reception and At Home Cards 217 Geary St., New Cumberland, Pa. 305 Bridge Street Representative-C. Lloyd Krone New Cumberland' Pa' Residence Phone: 4-8626 George Hasko Watchmaker and Jeweler 206 Third St. New Cumberland, Pa. Costume Jewelry Phone: 6-3521 lection of birthstone rings. Jewelry Repair Engraving "l hope someone buys me one of these link identifica- tion bracelets," senior Eva Cressler tells George Hasko and Viola Kauffman who has her eye on a fine se- Congratulations to the Class of 1954 PENSUPREME DAIRY PRODUCTS PRIZE-WINNING MILK Pennsylvania State Farm Show Harrisburg, Pa. Phone: 4-3970 147 J. H. TROUP'S I DOOR WAY TO EVERYTHING IN MUSIC FOR YOU FOR EVERYONE SINCE 1881 I5 So. Market Square HARRISBURG Above, Carol Bair and Jackie Shorter pay a visit to Troup's for new arrangements for the Sextet and find classmate Robert Yoder trying out a new shiny trombone. LO Congratulations . . RE STAU RANT f""" Fox-Elchelberger Post For Good Food 74I5 'Ir O VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS 209 Third Sree' NEW CUMBERLAND, PA. New Cumberland, Penna. 150 6 MILES SOUTH OF HARRISBURG ON ROUTE T11 GREEN HILL INN W. M. Sheaffer, Inc. S T E A K S Hardware and S E A F O O D if T E L E V l S l O N . Lemoyne Pennsylvania Phone: 3-2006 ELEANOR and Phone: DICK CULHANE Lewisberry 22Ol Printers Publishers CENTRAL PUBLISHING HOUSE Phone: 3-32 1 4 13th and Walnut Streets HARRISBURG, PENNA. O Printers of The N. C. Hi Times "Our galleys are proof-read, corrected and ready to roll," co-editors Judy Harkison, right, and Mariorie Sponsler, left, point out to George Daubert, printer, as they make the deadline for the final l954 issue of the N. C. Hi. TIMES. Us Chrysler Phone: 7-3481 Food Market plygfllfuth J. W. WRIGHT '61 Delivery Service PHONE: 3-7835 Paul XV. Gessner Motors Chrysler and Plymouth Sales and Service 16th and Market Screens Camp Hill, Penna. Esther Hempt 308 Bridge St., New Cumberland, Pa. The Store of Fashion on the West Shore for the Woman and Junior Miss "This is the Easter bonnet for you," Betty Yinger tells Florence Haring as she holds a mirror for a peek at the back of a smart white spring straw with navy trim. CONLEY'S CUSTOM MADE SLIP COVERS and DRAPERIES Venetian Blinds and Shades Phone: South 3rd St. 2-2302 LEMOYNE, PA. Keefer Service 713 Market St., New Cumberland ir Oil Burner and Stoker Repair 152 Transif Mixed Concrefe Phone: 4-8815 Free Estimates Qualify Building Materials 101111 L- NCg1CY,,I17-,Inq Pennsylvama Plastering CO. 10th and Mulberry Sfs. iReari 316 Bridge St. Harrisburg New Cumberland, Pa. phone, 8-5283 A Good Place to Stop After Games and Dances DINNERS 0 SNACKS 0 BAR-B-QUES CURB SERVICE FOUNTAIN SERVICE 12th and Market Streets LEMOYNE, PA. V. R. Bowser E. A. Bowser, Jr. Rockc-:y's Auto, Body 81 Paint Shop BOWS61"S Gulf service 'K' 91:1 and Bridge sis. Phone: Lewisbeny 2 '41 washing Phone: 3-9431 Lubrication H531 R1-lBENA'S Wardrobe Service DRY CLEANING Done On Our Premises 427 Bridge Street NEW CUMBERLAND, PA. Telephone: 3-3222 SHOE REPAIRING and TAILORING Member National Institute of Cleaners and Dyers "This suit looks like new since you cleaned it," observe seniors Carole Anne Smith and Nancy Erickson to Theodore Rabena, proprietor. R. C. KERSTETTER USED CARS BOUGHT AND SCLD Rear 29l5 Market Sl. Phone: CAMP HILL, PA. 7-l7ll or 2-4008 J. B. UPDEGRAFF Phone: 4-1 302 Electrical Refrigeration Service 320 Fourth Street New Cumberland, Pa. BRIGHTBILUS General Store Q9 Lewisberry Mill LEWISBERRY, PA. lwaaia-n'4 Beaulq 'Shoppe Marion Papp-Prop. IMLMJMJ ,Ilan Slfflmq pelunanenl' 7Uaa4'n9 3 303 Bridge St. New Cumberland, Pa Phone: 8-9277 156 l Zine 1954 Shawnee Printing and Binding by J. HORACE MCFARLAND COMPANY ,illlauunt Pleasant ieress HARRISBURG, PENNSYLVANIA Harrisburg Coca- Cola W I LT ' S CITIES SERVICE Bottling Works, Inc. Newberrytown, Pa. GUISTWHITE Quality Groceries - Meats " At Bette Prices l NHERE QUALITY AND ECONOMY MEET For Choice Meafs op at i R E H M'S 351 T0 355-BROAD STREET MARKET, HARRISBURG, PA. "There's no time like coke time," declare seniors B k d UP Ken Spangler Ronald Sponsler Red a er NEWBERRYTOWN, PA. L K -I -. 57C 51591 MR. AND MR. AND MR. AND MR. AND EDNA M. MR. AND MRS. W. L. SHORTER MRS. A. G. SANDNES MRS. MRS. G. B. GILBERT GILBERT SHAFFER PATRONS MR. AND MR. AND MR. AND MR. AND MRS MRS. MRS. MRS. . ARTHUR H. LUTZ HARRIS HUFFER ROBERT WHISLER HAROLD HENRIE BAKER REV. AND MRS. LESTER M. KAUFFMAN MR. AND MRS. JOHN L. BAKER MRS. MERLO HARTZELL MR. A. ALLEN WHITNEY MRS. DANIEL BAIR MR. AND MRS. JAMES MILLER ROBERT H. C. LISSE DR. W. S. MAHON DORIS JEAN KRISE ALVIN A. ZEIGLER MR. AND MRS. W. L. SHORTER MR. AND MR. AND MR. AND ANNE M. MRS. MRS. MRS. J. MARK OWENS W. J. STANTON H. E. GETZ BLECKER LQFAVER MISS GERALDINE M. MARSHALL MR. AND MRS. CHARLES ESHELMAN MISS EVELYN MARIE HAMSHER MRS. IDA MR. AND MRS. J. W. KOPP MR. AND MRS. LESTER L. BROUGHER MR. AND MRS. PAUL E. DeWALT SHUFF'S COFFEE SHOP MR. AND MRS. CHARLES LUNDEEN AND FAMILY MR. AND MRS. I. TAYLOR MR. AND MRS. I. W. GRUBER MR. AND MRS. I. H. KIEHL VIRGIE SHULER MR. AND MRS. EARL MARKLEY MRS. MILDRED L. BERRIER MR. AND MRS. EARL K. DILLIPLANE MR. AND MRS. KENNETH E. PETERSON MR. AND MRS. GEORGE B. AHN, JR. MR. AND MRS. ALLEN L. SNOOK MR. HOWARD MONIGHAN MR. AND MRS. ARTHUR M. WEAVER, JR. JAMES ROBERT FORRY MR. AND MRS C. K. TRITT MR. AND MRS. DONALD YODER MR. AND MRS C. R. ERICKSON MR. AND MRS. ROBERT H. MORTON MR. AND MRS. PARKER McCLURE MR. AND MRS. FRED WIGFIELD, JR. iiiatrliff ann btuartg, asm. leinkepwreeman CUSTOMIZEDWCLOTHES 234 N. THIRD ST. HARRISBURG. PA. AN SON, Florist V92 5 North Third Street LRRISBURG - PENNA. -8200 eenhouses : South Third Street DEMOYNE - PENNA. -0619 R. B. Hohaugh and Sun Electrical Contractors 211 W. Third Street - NEW CUMBERLAND Bell Phone: 2-6223 vIILLER9S OE STO RE on the square TH MARKET SQUARE HEATING :SQ AIR CONDITIONING Boilers Burners Furnaces MARKET STREET PHYLLIS J. CASSEL GEORGE S. HERMAN GUERT W. ENSIGN MR. AND MRS. L. D. QUIGLEY MR. AND MRS. RAY E. DeWALT MR. HARRY AUGHENBAUGH MR. AND MRS. WILBUR W. ORRIS MR. AND MRS. H. B. HETRICK I AT KLINE VILLAGE ESSOHEAT FUEL OI'- WALTER E. KISTER MRS. BERTHA BROTHERS cw: Men, Women, Children MR. AND MRS. C. J. EICHELBERGER 1600 Hummel Ave. phone. 7-3451 RALPH C. WILLIS H'ly'IdeS'CaII M722 MR. AND MRS. ELMER WERTZ AND FAMILY MRS. G. W. ENSIGN, JR. Prompt Courteous Service MR. I. W. ELICRER HARRISBURG GARMENT and A PARENT SAFE WAY CLEANERS 81 DYERS Pb011e5.' 4-4011 - 2-2918 N. Second Street HARRISBURG, PA KEYSTONE Oll PRODUCTS CORP. MR. CURTIS H. POTTER MR. AND MRS. HARKINS S. BRIGHTBILL MR. AND MRS. RALPH KOHLER MR. AND MRS. THEODORE MORTON MRS. PERRY ALTLAND PATRONS GLADYS B. REHM MRS. JOHN C. HERMAN HENRY G. BETZ MRS. JAMES C. 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JOSEPH MCIVOR D. BRUCE CONNER LESTER MARSHALL EDDIE CLEvER CLARENCE B. DUNCAN WALTER H. BURGLN MARK MILLER MARSHALL, JR. w. CLYDE MEARKLE C. A. HAMSHER JOHN w. STOKER MRS. EDITH BROUGHER MR. AND MRS. CHARLES CRISP MR. AND MRS. MIKE DAVID RALPH H MR. AND MR. AND MR. AND MARKLEY, SR. MRS. FRED M. PEIFFER MRS. PAUL ORT MRS. S. P. BOMGARDNER MRS. CURTIS POTTER MRS. VERA FISHER MR. AND MRS. DONALD E. DILLIPLANE 161 11621 INDEX .............23,56,64,65,104,108,11O AMES, HELEN ...,. . .22, 23, 63, 72, 75, 76, 77, 84, 90, 104, 105, 119 ANDERSON, KENNETH . . ..,................ 23,57 13A1R, CAROL ..,,. . . 23, 72, 76, 80, 86, 92, 105, 150 8A1R,ELoRA . . ..6.................... 23,58 141 BAKER, ELwooD . . . 23,77,85,91,100,104,107,108,109,110,112,113,114,157 BANCO, JOAN . . .,... 21,22,23,64,65,72,73,76,78,84,87,99, 100 121 BECKLEY, BEVERLY. . . . 22, 23, 55, 69, 72, 76, 78, 83, 99, 100, 102, 103, 104,105 120 8ERR1ER, LYNNE. . . .,...,.,.,.,. 24,72,75,76,77, 119,139 155 BINGMAN, FRANK ......,..,,.,.. 24, 56, 57, 63, 77, 92, 108, 109, 112, 115 116 BOMGARDNER, CLYDE . . 20, 21, 22, 24, 56, 77, 80, 84, 90, 91, 100, 108, 109, 112, 113, 120 122 BOYER, KENNETH . . . ....,.. 21,22,24,7O,72,73,77,79,84,85,98, 100,104 112 BRLG1-1181LL, CRAIG . , ..,.......,.,,...,..... 24, 57,100 117 BROTHERS, GLORIA . . , . 21, 22, 24, 72, 76, 78, 80, 83, 84, 92, 93, 96, 97, 100, 105, 123 BROUGHER, RONALD 104 . .....,.,,....... 21, 22, 24, 68, 84, 88, 98, BURKHART, BARBARA . . . 22, 24, 62, 70, 72, 73, 76, 78, 79, 84, 90, 91, 102, 103, 104, 105 BUSS, THOMAS . . . 25 CAMPBELL, CHARLES . . . . 25, 77, 109, 110, 111, 118 CAMPBELL, VESTA . . CLINGAN, EDMUND . CRESSLER, EVA . . . CRISP, JUDITH . . DEAVEN, MARGIE . . DeWALT, RUTH . , DILLIPLANE, MAE . . DUGAN, JAY .... DUNCAN, ROBERT . . . . . 25, 72, 78, 83 .25, 61, 99,100,108 . . . 25, 42, 75, 86, 25, 59, 72, 75, 76, 121 . . . . . . .25,72,75,76,77,86,119,121 . 21, 22, 25, 76, 83, 84, 88, 91, 92, 93, 98, 101 . . , 26, 72, 76, 83 26, 77, 109,110,115 . , 8, 26, 74, 75, 91 EICHELBERGER, JOANNE ............ 22, 26, 57, 63, 64, 72, 76, 78, 80, 86, 105 ENSIGN, HART , . . 21, 22, 26, 56, 64, 65, 72, 76, 77, 79, 84, 85, 90, 91, 100, 102, 103, 107, ERICKSON, NANCY . ESHELMAN, DALE . . ESHELMAN, LILLIE FISHER, VEANNA . . FOX, RITA . , . GHER, DONALD . , ,.....,.. 27,61,77,85,109,110,1 ......26,121 . ..... 26 MAE. . ......,..... 26,119,121 . . . 27, 59, 72, 76, 78, 83, 87, 102, 103 136 105 120 131 121 119 118 147 143 149 119 141 138 121 119 119 156 ,144 143 ,119 . . . . 27,75,121,134 11,118,124 GILBERT, ARDREY . . . 19, 27, 64, 72, 73, 78, 84, 91, 92, 93, 99, 100, 104, 108, 1 19 GRUVER, ARDELLA . . . ...,.......,....., 27, 72, 76, 77, 1 19 HAKE, JAMES .... .....,............ 2 7, 115, 138 HALE, PATRICIA . . . 20, 22, 27, 72, 75, 76, 77, 79, 84, 87, 104, 105, 1 19 I-IARING, FLORENCE . HARKISON,JUDITH 2I, HENCH,JOANNE . . HORTON, ROBERT. , HUFFER, JAMES . . HUGHES, JANICE . . HUGHES, MARILYN . INIRIERI,sIEPHEN, . KAUFFMAN, ROBERT . KAUFFMAN, VIOLA . KEPLINGER, CAROL , 21, 22, 29, 54, 72, 73, 75, 78, 79, 84, 85, 90, 92, 94, 96, 100, 104, 108, 1 19 KICHMAN, CHARLES . . . 19, 29, 77, 79, 85, 90, 91, 92, 93, 99,100,101,108,109,110,112 KIEHL, IRVIN .... 29, 64, 72, 77, 81, 86,108,109,115,116 KNORR, LOIS . . KOHLER, JOHN . , KOHN, GEORGE . . KOPP, JOHN .... KRONE, JACK , . . LAUGHMAN, KATHLEEN LAZARUS, KARANETTA LUTZ, GLORIA . . . McIVOR, ROBERT . . MARKLEY, FAY . . MARKLEY, RALPH . . MAXWELL, JAMES , . MEARKLE, MENDAL . METZ, NANCY . . . MILLER, MILLER, MILLER, MILLER, BENJAMIN . . GAYLE . , . GLENN . . SALLY . . MORTON, JACK I . MoRToN, ROSE . . MOWREY, BARRY . I NELSON, KENNETH . NESS, HAROLD . . . NEWMYER, EDWARD OCKER, SHIRLEY . . ORRIS,JUANlTA . . INDEX 22, 28, 62, 71, 72, 73, 78, 79, 80, 83, 84, 87, 90, 9 1, 96, 100, 101, 120 28, 57, 72, 76, 119 . . . . 28,56,85,100,108,109,112 , .22,28,77,85,98,108,109,115,118 ......28,58 .....28,121 ........ 28,108,109,111,118 . . .28, 54, 72, 73, 75, 77, 80, 90, 92,102,103, 104,105,112,113 ......29,75 . 29, 61, 75, 76, 78 . . . 29,115,118 . . . 29, 59,118 29, 77, 89, 91, 92, 93,108,109,111,118 . .......,,,.... 30, ao, IoI . .30, 75, 77,121 I I I . 30, 72, 76, 83, 87, 92, 100, 119, 121 . . 30, 57, 64, 72, 76, 78, 83, 87, 99, ......3O,96, ......30,75 30, 58, 68, 103, 115, 30, 137, . . 18, 22, 31, 72, 73, 77, 78, 80, 84, 91, 92,102,103,104,105 .......31,6 9, 72, 73, 76, 78, 83 ....31,61,74 , . . 31,99,127, ....31,56,85 , 18, 21, 22, 31, 63, 72, 73, 75, 76, 78, 80, 84, 90, 91, 96, 98,102,103 .....,................,....3I,ea,99 ,.22, ..3 I I I I 152 151 143 113 128 139 140 144 120 147 120 113 118 157 131 124 120 118 136 139 119 127 134 154 146 112 100 146 155 130 120 118 ......31,59,75 32,63,77,112,113, 2, 77, 109, II5, 116, . . . . 32, 85, 96, I . 32,68,74,103, . 32, 64, 72, 75, 78, . 21, 22, 32, 64, 65, 67, 72, 76, 78, 83, 84, 119, 123 133 131 154 140 149 11631 11641 ORT, DONALD . . ORT, STERLING . , . PEIFFER, MARGARET . PLATTS, DOROTHY . ROBBINS, FRANK . . ROCKEY, DALE . . RUDY, FRANKLIN . . SHAFFER, GILBERT . . SHEWELL, EUGENE . SHIMMEL, JOHN . . SHORTER, JACQUELINE SHOWALTER, SHIRLEY SHULER, RALPH . . . SMITH, CAROLE ANNE SNOOK, LARRY . . . SNYDER, WESLEY . . SPADAFORE, VINCENT SPANGLER, KENNETH SPEESE, WILLIAM . . SPONSLER, MARJORIE SPONSLER, RONALD . INDEX . . .32, . . . 32,118 56,77, 85,98, 108,109,111, 115,118 . . 33, 65, 72, 75, 77, 78, 85, 87, 100, 103, 119, 120, ..34 21, 22, 35, 62 SPOONHOUR, RONALD . . 35, 58, 59 STEFFY, YVONNE . . STOKER, HELEN . . . STRAUSS, EUGENE . SWEITZER, DELMONT TRAVER, EVELYN , . TRITT, JAMES .... TROWBRIDGE, GARY WEBSTER, CHARLES . WHEELER, RUSSELL . WIGFIELD, FRED . . ..2O I . . 33, 61, 75, . . 33, 64,79, 85,98, 100,118 . .33,57,77,85,11O,115,116 33, 72, 77, 78, 85, 100, 104, 105, 108, 109, 110 33, 58, 59, 82, 85, 86 ........34,60,81,85 ....33,61 130 128 136 121 121 138 131 ....33,85, ,133 118 127 . 21, 22, 34, 65, 72, 76, 78, 79, 80, 84, 92, 101, 102, IO3, 119 . . . 34, 58, 72, 75 60, 72, 75, 76, 77, 100, 102, 103, 104, 105, 120, 34,64,77,78,81,99,100,104 . . .. . . . .21,34,59,72 . . .. .. . .. .. 34,85 ....,.......35,7 ,108,109,118 ,108,109,112 ,103,104,118 . . 22, 34, 56, ,109, 110,115 2,96, 117,119 63, 65, 72, 73, 75, 76, 78, 84, 90, 104, 120, 122 . 35,117,118 68,72,74,77,78,81,84,85,92,103,108,121 .......35 35, 56, 60, 63, 78, 80, 84, 89, 91, 100, 102, 139 103 150 130 156 124 149 118 157 121 151 157 144 155 120 . 35,84 . .35,117,118,137 .......36,75,76,77 . 22, 36, 55, 58, 84, 90, 102, 103, 104, 105 . , . . . . 36,5a,59, .. . . . 36,117, . 3558111113 9,20,21,22,36,60,62,64,72,75,77,78,84,85,90,91,96,97,101,103l106, WILT, LAVERN . . . WINTER, DONALD . . WINTER, RONALD . , WOLFE, WILLIAM , . WRITER, CLETUS . . YINGER, BETTY . . YODER, ROBERT . ZEIGLER, SANDRA . . 118 145 112,113,114 36, 58, 64, 96, . . 36,79,80,87, 37,100,102,103 . .37,71,77,78,80,81,87,IO8,109 . . . . 37, 58, 75, 37, 59, 72, 80, 100, . . . . 22, 37, 91, 100 118 117 37 119 118 106 I 118 133 145 146 120 128 131 131 118 154 152 150 119


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