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

 - Class of 1955

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A total of N43 students attend classes in hoth the junior and senior high schools. 9 SH.-XXYNHH . . . in times past Indian moccasins made trails along these waters, rigfzl, and named them SH.-XNYNl'lli. Today Shawnee waters have lxecome the Yellow Hreeches Creek where students swim, hoat and fish. Shawneetown, on the site of present-day New Cumberland, was cstalmlishcd as a trading post in 1688. Located across the usually placid Susquehanna from Harris lferry, now Harrisburg, capital of Pennsylvania, the station became a cross-roads for travelers south and west. From this early settlement has grown a prosperous sulmurhan community of 6,5oo, the third largest town in Cumberland County. 2 xv xgvww .X 'Q ' xg L, wx, f 1, . f K -I -.wi H A Al. .r .tsl VV .Q pg V .px w' . -0. u, . Kp ,A 1 -Q . W: 5+ x. . Q A A fs :gift .W my 'x Q v5g,mAm'N AM - msg, Mi' -huiwaxsp-.. w . x A T... X1 W, A I , . A- E, ffwi 351 9155 L Q ,P if xr.. . ,xg ,Q .1 Q ,ap fi 5- , K 'Qggfx' 4 ,gl Afh.. X' F' , . A Q' WF? 2 ' . ,, ,V - X. , E ,Y 3 vi JkX'hQ:' 1 Q fi- - wwf ' 'wx fav my .iffg wi Q. A Q N , K kt gi mx we ,- v LOCALB FACUIIVY SHNIORS UNDERCI Cl .ASSHS 68 86 IO4 II8 I2O KX lx l JOHN SMliL"' uii light of e mple . lamp of 'ispirati n under- standi g glow 0 encofl . . . a brilliant blaze of fun and wise counsel . . . a never-failing, never- 'kerir rch for his stu- dents to follow . . . to him we dedicate the SHA"NP1l'1 of 1955 SCHOOL AC- COMPANIST . . . lflizabeth McGrath con- tributes time and talent to mixed and girls' chorus activities. Elizabeth also plays piano ac- companiment for participants in class assemblies, talent shows and community mu- sical projects. BUSY Ol"FlCl'i . . . executive performs innumerable ser- vices for faculty and students Mrs. Caroline Barr, oflice A secretary, takes a telephone call for S. P. Homgardner, principal. The secretaries assume such duties as keeping routine records correspondence and reports. POl,l'l l,liANliRS . . .john Renninger and Roger lfstep, 116000, pause near the school to pose a familiar scene. ln the spring, students bc-deck the building steps and lawn catch- ing up on last minute home- work or discussing com mcnce- ment activities. S'l'lf.-XDY COllPl,liS . . . gather riglzf, to reminisce over h9gh school memories. .-Xtha Baer and 'l'om Scott look on while Sally Krone and Gerald Brandt compare stuffed toys exchanged as Christmas and birthday gifts with Gladys Rehm and 'lohn VYL'l'fZ. Hl'il.PlNG HANDS . . . all-yearvround are prov lsaac lileins, Sr. and jr., emptying waste, below. dents in many ways to keep an overcrowded buildi 569412 of lid ided by -ianitors, the They assist stu- ng clean. gpm.. S Q -f'-"r is inson, C IL xs Re im, lZlfI'lClll lliericli 1 S'l'llDHN'l' I,H.-XIJHRS . . . the products of an organized school, voice opinions in the Student Coun- cil. F. Tracy Rhodes, fcifl, Council prexy, gives Z1 weekly report of ull ac- complishments and aims to the student body. l -XSHIUX IRPXD spotlights L anus nmes ire not to lie outt xtginninsg in loiesziound ire Carol Ryder, Sc tt , 1 is limzm, Rovennu Chfll ind ',4!e96tz'a9aide,aud 7a dead tie many, and fzepfzaaef' -WORDSWORTH Q 1"Q'1Q'f'ify l .. I 5. X l MR. CHARLES GEMMILL S u pe rfuirin g Prin alfa! RECENTLY ELECTED . . . Associate Super- intendent of the New Cumberland School District, Mr. Gemmill works tirelessly to provide the best facilities and faculty attainable. His far-sighted administration institutes many familiar phases of curricular and extra-curricular activities. Accom- modations for an enormous growth in student en- rollment now furnish his greatest challenge. v - Q H aa-is '5 A 'VIA ORITY . . . of each individual school 'board from New.Cumberland, Fairview, Goldsboro,.Lewis- 1 J berry and Newberry comprises the Joint School Committee which operates grades 7 through 12. Pictured left to riglzl, m'01nzdfzyf!1'ab!t' are: Gary Huntsberger, Newberryg Charles Gemmlll, Associate Superintendentg , T . F . . Alex Stewart, Paul Guyer, New Cumberlandg Vance Stouffer, John Parthemore, Newton Bair, airvlewg S. P. Bomgardner, principal, New Cumberlandg Harry Beinhower, Eairviewg George Gracey, New Cumlter- land, B. H. Barry, president. Right table: The Reverend D. E. Mowrey, secretary, New Cumberlandg l i C k M Elsie VVise Samuel Bortner Nicholas Justh lewisberrv' Roswell VVatts, Charles Mrs. Gera dme oo ', rs. . , , p , .. . , , VVarren, Miles Brubaker, Goldsborog Russel Updegralf, attorneyg Frank Kerlln, treasurer, New Cumberland. MR. S. P. BOMGARDNER Prizzczfzzl A FACULTY MEMBER . . . since 1925, Mr. Bomgardner has devoted considerable time to curriculum and student schedules. A rapidly increasing student body and course of study make his annual duty of schedule building more com- plicated. Every fall he contacts each senior to check required graduation credits. All high school attendance and disciplinary problems are under his jurisdiction. IO FACULTY 1955 ,qui M:-Q,-tav -..,-rw. . , ,ww-. -'vga-'vmvh .,,,.. ,, yy., V .. . 'R 74a 16945, Mat cz mem zecedaetd, if WALTER S. BAILETS Shippensburg STC, B.S. Malhefnalics . . . outdoors- man extraordinaire . . . athletically minded . . . exacting . . . family man . . . hunting and Hshing. CAROLINE M. BARR Qgfm' .f6'f7'I7itl7'lV . . . finds a challengi in crossword puzzles and pinochle . . . hoysewife. . .freckles. . . bowling enthusiast . . . de- pendable. i ELEANOR H. BENNETT Iowa src, Bs. Mailiezmzlifxafzdsfifnfv. . . auction sales . . . cosmo- politan . . . hunting and fishing . . . new addition to the faculty. ANNE M. BLECKER LebanonValleyCollege,B.A. Englixh and world hislofy . . . tri-hi-y. . .gra-y. . . fencing and swimming . . . constant car trouble. RICHAR h BOWEN YVest Chester STC, B.S. Heallh and physical educa- tion V. football coach . . . intramurals . . . proud papa. GERALD S. BRINTON University of Marylancl, M.A. fizzzrrimn f7i.Yf071V . . . na tional honor society . . . sense of humor . . . relates history's interesting side- lights. MARY M. BRU BAKER Elizabethtown College, B. A. Engliylz and Latin . . . latin club . . . collects recipes . . . travels . . .engrossed in her subject. D. BRUCE CONNER Franklin and Marshall College, B.S. .'t'1'c11fcandzzwffzmzalifs. . . baseball faculty manager . . . real estate . . . friend to all. V 'I EDITH H. DAVID i Millersville STC, BS. English and world geography ducktails. . . hor tri-hi-y . . . abhors fashionable. ROBERTT DECK I C0 n t X . STC B S sludzes cen ral J basl vision JC Uuuuu Valley coach FACU TY lv gamma!! ' DOROTHY M. DUNKLEBERGER Mt. Sinai School of Nursing R N Sfhool nurse . . . junior red cross council . . . friendly . . . lends a helping hand. Jklssu w. ELICKLLR Tc, Bs. meclzan fall draw- Xing . . . gardening . . . me fisherman .V . alltstrades. I.AWRl-INCH M. GARMAN Shippensburg STC, B.S. mn and geogmplzfv . . . . . . detests sciences interest preciates v music dislikes interrup- and oper man. gist. VVILLIAM C. DITTMAR JOHNSON Lehigh Univ., B.A. Civim . . . football coach infectious grin . . . sports in any form . . . pep talks. Univ., lVI.A. Prolzlems of demorrary and guidance . . . basketball coach . . . student council . current events completely democratic. 1955 DORIS JEAN KRISE Bucknell Univ., M.A. Spanzlrlz and gzzidanfe . . spanish club . . . LITTLF INDIAN . . . refinishes antiques. . . adept musick . . . offers guidanc . ROBERT LISSE West Chester STC, B.S. Aldfhflllllfifi and Engfish . . . Seventh Street head teacher . . . V. football coach play director . . golf. . . well-liked. TI-IELMA I.. MARKS Marshall College, B.A. Frenrh and English . . senior play director . . drives a nash . . . absorbed in her family . . . corres- pondence. ROBERT K. MILLER Shippensburg STC, B.S Tvpirzg and general bu.tz'm'.v.s basketball faculty manager. . .drummer. . . sports fan . . . fun-loving. K RUS El POOLE west C Sf r STC, Bs. Boyvx' 1111 and pl1y.virz1! vdzzfzzliz . assistant footb. o . . . intra- mur s . . . oodburning . a str ehouse of infor- ma on. RUFI M. ROADARMEI. nn.Vlvania State llniv., BA. SfI07'ffIll7lf2' and Qplfnf praf- lifv . . . SHAVVNEP1 . . . home movies . . . earrings . . . seamstress of note. KENNETH L. SAMPSON Pennsylvania State Univ., M.A. Mmzf dzrf . . , W., Morche ' . . us . resser. . .Har- ris urg symphony orches tra . . . trumpet man CLOVER D. SARACI-ZNA Marshall College, BA. Home 6'C07l0Hlff.Y . . .cherry pie contest . . . "green thumb" . . . ready and willing. Maw 5441! wha! camel! l I4 C ACULTY BLANCI-IF li. SLAYBAUGI-I Columbia Univ., M..-X. Efzgfish d7I1IIj0Il7'7l!lfi.Wl1 . NC Hl 'l'lMl+lS . . . ex tensive traveler . . . sew- ing, reading and photog- raphy . . . esteemed. JOHN R. SMFl,'l'Z vlvania State Univ., am 'Q Mm. f 4 mallzwzzalizzv and Q I I vi f . .f . .stage crew. . . 1er'. . . jolly . l V raphy specialist. GRACE SPANGLFR l,ebanonValleyCollege,B.S. Efemerzlary muyic super- visor. . . girls' chorus . . . junior high chorus . . female Jascha Heifitz. . YVVCA participant. l1ll,FANOR P. STANTON Kutztown STC, B.S. Jr! Supervisor . . . com- mercial art club . . . in- terior decorating . . . fash- ionable . . . contemporary art and oils . . . vivacious. 'BWV' -1'f"""'w-In-1 ' 'xi ' "- ifflflfl 19 5 in flu. Shlppenshurg Ch6'II1l.Yf7'X xfirrzfr. . . ROY G. SUT' manager . . . 1 . . . building hone addresses many as RUTH F.. VPDIQG H Ufflbfl' A't'l'7'L'llZ71V . . . a posite-calm, cool, X lected and X . .zeal for ' pinochle player . X ing bride. i N 6009 col- nous , Miss abou Mlller. I l'TlCI'lt Lonk BETTY S. WP 'XVHR ndiana STC, .S. Engfixh . . . col mence- . . . wlav irmerties . l amicable . . . positive thinking . . . co-1 aerative. A. ZITTO en STC, BS. training hi-y gra-y . . . patience . sense of humor meticulous. noontime as they gather to enjoy their of the faculty assemble in room 4, the women converge in the home economics room. are: Mrs. Clover Saracena, Miss Dorothy Dunkle- above, right, are: John Johnson, ohn Smeltz I5 Spangler, Miss Blanche Slaybaugh and Mrs. Ruth NJ, and J M 'Quia 6664 ide gleamckg mga! I W figfitxs v 4 ','w . R ff,'i', ' . -N, adam mwlodeae am COLDSMITH V i 9' 4 5 I I v x , 5" f, S? lx I? :Z wi Sfiliwe Sw ' xgwws ' M 'fifiw M b 4 FE A 3 guy .galminiagwj 3 j ,,1:.:, 55 il fp , fggaf, :X V. -M, 1 ' 3'-5' g N 32,3 ,Fw Q I i l 1. ICHR LEADERS Y vgf"'- M, in 1955 DISTRIBUTING SPARKS . . . of enthusiasm and responsibility for all senior projects is the main activity of the class offficers pictured above. Donna Stonesifer, secretary, John Wertz, president, Janet Snyder, treasurerg and Barbara Borke, vice-president, lead their class in many endeavors and succeed in building a substantial treasury to cover senior expenses. Money-making projects sponsored by the class include the magazine cam- paigng senior party, the Deep Sea Drag, senior play, Father Was A HOZl.YFwif6, class movie, Her Twelve Meng and teen-age dances. Never to be forgotten events are the circus assembly, class day and picnic. Rounding out the final year of high school for H4 seniors, commencement, june 7, completes the picture for the class of'55. 'lil-Ili FINAL MILES of the class of ,55's journey in education are illuminated by beams from the lamp of knowl- edge held by these three senior advisers: ffjl 10 riglzl, Miss Naomi Peters, John Smeltz and Miss Blanche Slaybaugh. Through a magazine cam- paign, an assembly, a play and class day their invaluable guidance insures success for the senior class. K I8 ,J-r .. awe :me Me c'm,0a644czZZe 94 ' NNER Barbara Borke Dorene Brosius McGrath ...X rl' Qi James Sandra Reimer Stonesifer QJ Janis Titler Gloria Wilt SHAWNEH CONGR.-XTULA'l'FS . . . award winners of 1955. Topping the list of students is Barbara Borke with four honors. Barbara cops the Senior Civic club prize for English, the Gold Key award for iournalistic achievement, the class of ,52 prize for foreign languages and the American Legion auxiliary award for citizenship. Double awards go to seven seniors: the Senior Civic club prize for art and the Gold Key for iournalistic achieve- ment to Mardee Eichelbergerg the American Chemical society award for chemistry and theiVeterans of Foreign VVars prize for the girl with the highest average in mathematics to Mary Ann Gemmillg the Bausch and l,omb award for science and the Junior Civic club Hrst prize for science to James Nisselg the Zeswitz trophy for music and the Daughters ofthe American Revolution award for citizenship to Sandra Reimerg the Veteransiof Foreign NVars prize for the boy with the highest average in mathematics and the junior Civic club second prize for science to George Smithg the West Shore Choral society award for vocal music and the Harrisburg Pan-Hellenic prize for improvement since sophomore year to Sandra Smithg the West Shore Lions club award for the highest scholastic average and the Gold Key for journalistic achievement to Janis Titler. Single honors go to Dorene Brosius from the faculty for second prize in the business education fieldg to Elizabeth McGrath from the faculty for Hrst prize in the business education fieldg the Gold Key for journalistic achievement to Donna Stonesiferg and the Farm Bureau award for the business education field to Gloria Wilt. I9 s - R . ,.., ......,..i.. - T 5 I , I 1 CUM LAUDE Barbara Borke Dorene Brosius Marian Bupp Patricia Dierich Mai-dee Eichelberger Mary Ann Gemmill James Nissel Sandra Prowell Sandra Reimer George Smith 'X Janet Snyder Janis Titler Helen Zalkan T .1 Q if ! K f' -ff Sane cw Me um FIRST HONOR GRADUATES . . . include thirteen students who have maintained a scholastic average of QO or above throughout all four years of high school. O SECOND HONOR STU- DENTS . . . are recognized for attaining averages of 85 to 90. Those earning this citation are: Nancy Altland, Mary Jane Baker, Constance Berrier, Elizabeth Brackbill, Maybelle Brenizer, Robert Buxton, John Conley, Donna Deckman, Frank Frankenfield, Nancy Gruver, Janet Hart- man, Ernest Horton, Marjorie Johnson, Larry Kauffman, Sally Krone, Elizabeth McGrath, Ann Miller, Douglas Mowrey, Marsha Nonemaker, Gladys Rehm, Tracy Rhodes, Sarah Shepard, Sandra Smith, Georgann Snell, Barbara Stoner, Donna Stonesifer, Patricia Troxell, Mary Tusing and Gloria VVilt. 20 f"s"'Y"f"i'ref'i"f'1'-H:-,-iw-r""':-"'1 1 iv- ew A - we-1n'Qr'f:ff'r'vf"1l!"v"V"!" - 'Ml i . . . A ,f s. ,,. in , SE IORS 1955 704:45 'ZQJQJKQJZAZR t I . LESLIE B. ALBER Sessy General Red cross council I, 2, 3, 4 . . . intramurals I, 2, 3, 4 . . . play cast 4 . . . play production 3 . . . SHAVVNEE 4 . . . spanish club 2, 3, 4 . . . tri-hi-y 3, 4. . . always does her share . . . that tan . . . consumes pizza at breakfast . . . cheerful . . . Denny's pal . . . roller skater . . . Kutztown State Teachers College. N CY R. ALTLAND Digg: Academic Intr urals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . TIMES 4 . . . SHAWNEE 4 . . . play cast . . . play production 4 . . . stude t council 3, 4 . . . french club 4 . . . library club l, 2, 3, 4 . . . tri i-y 3, 4 . . . commercial art club , . . those crazy brace- lets . . . red hair but no temper . . .flair forxfashions. . .graceful . . . athletic "ability . . . rainbow girl . . . agreeable . . . pediatri- cian. n DONNA I.. ARTLEY Donna ,General heard neat dresser h turned up collars likes s ghetti. . .collectsminiaturehor co operative thum n down on liver . . . Eddie Fish fan . . . the tea leaves predict-a nLII'Se. R Intramurals I, 2 . . . tri-hilty 3, , . . . ladylike . . . seen but se' o . . . ' ' I' ATHA M. BAER Rug Commercial-Sec. Intramurals I, 2 . . . girls' chorus 2, 3, 4 . . . mixed chorus 2, 3, 4 . . . SHAWNEE 4 . . . play pro- duction 3, 4 . . . tri-hi-y 3, 4. . . ' u2In club 3, 4-president 4 . . . steno club 4 . . . student council 3 . . . the girl most likely to laugh . . . doodles . . . dimples . . . favors blue eyes . . . witty . . . claim to fame-her complexion . . .agile artist. . .bell telephone. 21 MARY JANI-1 BAKER Baker Academic Intramurals 1, 2, 3 . . . band I, 2, 3 . . . orchestral, 2, 3 .. . TIMES 4 . . . SI-IAWNEE 4 . . . play production 3 . . . play cast 4 . . . student council 4 . . . tri-hi-y 3,4-vice president 4 . . . spanish club 3, 4-vice president 4 . . . woman driver . . . fun loving . . . auburn hair . . . rainbow girl . . . a real pal . . . zest for pizza . . . thermos carrier . HUTSC. . . carefree . . . WILLIAM j. BASILA Bi!! General VVords ofwisdom. . .so quiet. . . strickly a dodge man . . . deep bass voice . . . "oh, don't believe that" . . . cars rate high . . . pet peeve-"dizzy dames" . . . hos- pitable . . . state driver. WAYNE BIiI,lVION'I' Belmont General Intramurals I, 2, 4 . . . latin club 1, 2 . . .hi-y 3, 4 . . . prefers hunting to 8:30 bell . . . crazy over cars . . . likable . . . slow poke. . .road knighter ofNC. . . practical mathematician . . . crew cut . . . future accountant. VINCI:1N'l' I.. BENNISIVI' 1.11 Verne General Band I, 2, 3, 4 . . . play cast 4 . . . play production 3 . . . Intramurals l,2. . .hi-y4. . . . casual type dramatic ability rides to school lucky . . . rods rate . . . flirt . air force. . . spanish club 3, . . . singing and . . . those bus? . . . happy go and motorcycles . . "Vince" . . . I CONSTANCE J. BERRIER Connie General Tri-hi-y 3, 4 . . . play production 3, 4 . . . SHAWNEE 4 . . . "21" club 3, 4 . . . spanish club 2, 3, 4 . . .latin club 1 . . . candy counter clerk . . . fond of fords . . . serene . . . always gives her service with a smile . . . alumni interest . . . diligent . . . soft-spoken . . . nllrse- WAYNE E. BILLER Bill General Varsity club 3, 4 . . . football 3, 4 . . . baseball 3, 4 . . . hi-y 3, 4 . . . scenery crew 4 . . . intra- murals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . a friend to everyone-especially girls .. . football king candidate . . . '41 ford . . . that rugged look . . . "how're ya doin' thar" . . . good sport . . . air force. DONAL c. I., la General Baseball.2, 3, 4 . . .football 3, 44 co-captain 4 . . . track 3, 4 . . . student council 1, 2, 4-vice- president 4 . . . intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . varsity club 2, 3, 4- president 4 . . . play cast 3 . . . play production 4 . . . scenery crew 1, 2, 3, 4-president 4 . . . hi-y 2, 3, 4 . . . lives, sleeps, eats sports . . . Sandyls other half. . . remember football, remember Blaze . . . speedy . . . military service. BARBARA A. BORKE Barb Academic Student play producer 3, 4 . . . twirler 2, 3Ahead majorette 4 . . . TIMES 3-managing editor 4 . . . national honor society 3, 4 . . . intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . chorus 2, 3, 4 . . . SHAWNEE 4 . . . class vice-president 1, 4 . . . correspondent 3, 4 . . . commer- cial art club 4 . . . french club 4 . . . tri-hi-y 3, 4 . . . radio staff 4 . . . latin club 2 . . . will to do- ability to do it . . .bermudas. . . busy . . . teacher. t- S E I O RS Of alla daqa afzaand me: 1 ELIZABETH F. BRACKBILL Betsy Academic Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . national honor society 3, 4 . . . girls' chorus 2, 3, 4 . . . intramurals 1, 2, 3 . . . TIMES 3 . . . SHAWNEE 4 . . . student council 3, 4-secre- tary 4 . . . "21" club 3, 4 . . . tri-hi-y 3, 4 . . . french club 4 . . . red cross council 1, 2 . . . play production 4 . . . sugar an' spice an' everything nice . . . seamstress . . . southpaw . . . a little bit independent . . . gracious . . . Penn State. JERRY A. BRANDT Punjab General Play cast 3, 4 , . . intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . hi-y 3, 4-president 4 . . . boys' chorus 3, 4 . . . mixed chorus 3, 4 . . . play production 3 . . . winning wit and a willful way . . . dancer deluxe , . . sweeps clean with his mop . . . an actor adept at ad-libbing . . . "well, hello there" . . . navy seabees. MAYBELLE D. BRENIZER Ilfluy Commercial-Sec. Central treasury 4 . . . tri-hi-y 3, 4 . . . intramurals 2 . . . at- tractive . . . lustrous locks . . . perfectionist . . . plays piano . . . capable . . . mainstay of our Fort Knox . . . expressive eyes-the windows of her personality . . . a book in her lap . . . secretary. JACQUELINE I.. BRETZ 7ackie Commercial-Sec. Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4 . . . library club I, 2, 3, 4 . . . mixed chorus 2, 3, 4 . . . girls' chorus 3, 4 . . . play cast 4 . . . play production 3 . . . SI-IAWNEE 4 . . . tri-hi-y 3, 4 . . . steno club 4 . . . peaches and cream complexion . . . jitter- bugging. . .songbird. . .spright- ly . . . pizza pie-anytime, any- place, anywhere . . . secretary. 22 :, Z,-K xxxe ,,,, IQ at , DORFN Ii Dorenf X 4.. Colorguard 2, honor society 3, . TIMES pl ay national VVNEE play cast 3 4 . . . class tri hi y council i 2 to know queen stcno E5 parties . . . . medical ffoe B 6 love blues . fl ll i rely . not in svmpathv college M.-XRlAflJ tx four . . beat 7.3 W in more . . easv ith liENl3Oll'Ll hard JERRY Baseball 3, 4 . . . hi-y 3- rluent french model railroads surpressed parlez-vous food connoisseur . . . Penn ' . . . electrical engineer. X I "' qdoa ge me Busxie neat radio of fun . ZZ, the DONNAJ. ROBERT BUSS .mm -,J HLIFSC. nl 7 . . - . shoestring ti favorite dis GTC H n1CI'Cli1l-DCC. no club AN es . . . hides an intelligent clothes fancier . . . . . musi, .estro, . a ers are his version tu crowds . . . -then oH'ice work. of horses want dogs . . his ' Hideaw for h o the X play '1 boys' C d IS cluh horu . HOH- FOOIH- i Kc . sly blue 'r "I JOHN E. CONLEY john General Hi-y 4 . . . reserved . . . likes plymouths . . . sports of any kind . . . blushes crimson . . . sticks to it until it's done . . . studious . . . down on the farm . . . helpful . . . Uncle Sam's man. J. CONWAY COOK Conway Academic Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4 . . . band I, 2, 3, 4 . . . mixed chorus 2, 3, 4 . . . man of few words . . . over- due library books . . . that inno- cent ? look . . . still water runs deep . . . champion latecomer . . . sometimes he sits and thinks -sometimes he just sits . . . engaging grin . . . college or navy. DONNA L. DECKMAN Deckman Commercial- c. Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . mixe chorus 2 . . . steno club 4 . . studious . . . television viewer . . . radiates frequent smiles . . . dependable . . . dislikes oral book reports . . . Perry Como fan . . . record collector . . . sportster . . . "it's real George!" . . . secretary. PATRICIA A. DIERICH Pat Commercial-Sec. Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . intra- murals I, 2, 3, 4 . . . girls' chorus 2, 3, 4 . . . mixed chorus 2, 4 . . . TIMES 3, 4 . . . play cast 4 . . . student council treasurer 3, 4 . . . library club 2, 3 . . . steno club . . . vim, vigor, vitality . . those locker room study halls . . . the tongue that launched a thou- sand quips . . . stenographer. SENIORS I I THELMA R. DILLER Lure Commercial-Sec. Play production 3, 4 . . . SHAW- NEE 4 . . . steno club 4 . . .light hearted . . . quiet charm . . . if it weren't for teachers she could chew that gum in peace . . . strong constitution . . . steadfast . . . despises alarm clocks-espe- cially Monday morning . . . sec- retarial work. BRIAN L. DONLEY Large Don Academic Class president 3 . . . basketball 2, 4 . . . football 4 . . . student council 1, 2, 3 . . . TIMES 4 . . . varsity club 4 . . . thrives on sports. . .big man on cam us. . . leader of men-follower of? women . . . ready smile . . . that ford convertible . . . "Bruno" . . . Franklin and Marshall. JOSEPH B. DORWART, JR. Zeke Academic Spanish club 2, 3, 4 . . . commer- cial art club 4 . . . mixed chorus 2 . . .latin club I . . . music in any form . . . artistic Hare . . . Iturbi in a smoke-filled room . . . spanish inHuence . . . if Uncle Sam doesnit put designs on him first-a fabric designer. DORIS I. EHMAN Red General Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4 . . . SHAW- NEE 4 . . . spanish club 2, 3, 4- treasurer 4 . . . play production 3, 4 . . . tri-hi-y 3, 4 . . . mixed chorus 2 . . . convertibles . . . small but mighty . . . O'Brien's grocer . . . red, red hair . . . freckles everywhere . . . "all righty" . . . Fireball . . . women's air force. 1955 MARDEE A. EICHELBERGER I kc General TIMES co-editor 4 . . . com- mercial art club I, 2, 3, 4-treas- urer 4 . . . national honor society 3, 4 . . . LITTLE INDIAN 1, 2, 3,4. . .band 1,2,3,4. . .intra- murals I, 2, 3, 4 . . . girls' chorus 3, 4 . . . mixed chorus 3, 4 . . . play cast 3 . . . SHAWNEE 4 . . . tri-hi-y 3, 4 . . . correspond- ent 4 . . . paint on her face . . . absentminded genius . . . "smile" . . . untiring efforts . . . what a driver . . . commercial artist. ROGER E Hairy ener l Band 2, 3, 4 . . . mixed ch s 3, 4 . . . boys' chorus 3, . . intramurals 2, 3 . . . hi-y . . . orchestra 4 . . . play production . . . a road knight charging in his gray ambulance . . . "out behind the moon" . . . industrious . . . amiable . . . Tommy Dorsey at a jam session . . . "Reg" . . . navy blue. DALE FIN K Finkeee General I-Ii-y 2, 3, 4 . . . baseball 3, 4 . . . intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Paddle- town resident . . . miniature Mr. America . . ,ayigggrn music . . . army reserve man .i . . oled shoes . . . sincere, quiet manne . . . so friendly . . . "real crazy like, huh cat?" . . . contractor. FRANK E. FRANKENFIELD Frank General Hi-y 2, 3, 4 . . . scenery crew 4 . . . good natured . . . drive-in kid . . . hair in his eyes . . . found in the shop tinkering with wood, nails and a hammer . . . skating . . . favorite pastimes- working on cars . . . lean . .TX navy. JoN P. HOFFMAN Leech Academic Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4 . . . stage crew I, 2, 3, 4 . . . boys' chorus 2, 3, 4 . . . mixed chorus 2, 3, 4 . . . SI-IAWNEE 4 . . . student council 1, 2 . . . spanish club 2, 3 . . . typical American boy . . . all sciences intrigue him . . . game for anything funny . . . nature boy . . . good looking . . . Penn State. JAY Pi. I-IOOVFR Abe General Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . boys' chorus 2, 3, 4 . . . mixed chorus 2, 3, 4. . . play cast 4. . . hi-y 4 . . . student council 1, 2 . . . jitterbug expert . . . hearty, con- tagious laugh . . . personality plus . . . everybody's right hand man . . . admirer of the opposite sex . . will don the air force blue. BARBARA A. HORTON Barbie Com merci al-Sec. Girls' chorus 2, 3, 4 . . . mixed chorus 2, 3, 4 . . . intramurals 2, 3 . . . tri-hi-y 3, 4 . . . stenography club 4 . . . play production 4 . . . band 2, 3 . . . immaculate . . . underclassman interest . . . velvet voice . . . composed . . . dislikes rainy camping trips . . . honey- colored coiffure . . . chic . . . receptionist. ERNEST C. HORTON Petr Academic Baseball 3, 4 . . . basketball 4 . . . play cast 3 . . .long and lank . . . "busting" is his second nature . . . never enough sports to suit him . . . "Hermie" . . . unpredictable as the weather. . . math whiz. . . blond hair-if you can End it . . . the boy next door . . . college. medmwlgcuze, 26 SE IOR GALFN H. HOUC K lloufkie General Football 4. . . track3 . . . varsity club3,4. . .band3,4. . .play production 3, 4 . . . boys' chorus 4 . . . mixed chorus 4 . . . hi-y 2 . . . quiet until you know him . . . freshman girls fascinate him . . . friendly . . . sighted in that red chevrolet convertible . . . good natured . . . a hitch in the army . . . auto mechanic. FI.OYD N. HUTTON Bulrlz General Intramurals 2, 4 . . . hi-y 3, 4 . . . innumerable blushes . . . found struggling through his un- tidy desk . . . prankster . . . usually chewing gum . . . swell guy to know . . . vocab-what's that? . . . cordial . . . endless questions . . . air force. DAVID A. JAMES Dzwr Academic Stage crew 1, 2, 3,4. . . I.l'I'TLE INDIAN 1, 2, 3, 4. . .band 1, 3, 4 . . . orchestra 3, 4 . . . play cast 4 . . . play production 3 . . . SHAWNEIQ 4 . . . inrramurals 1, 2, 3 . . . mixed chorus 2, 4. . . boys' chorus 2, 3 . . . spanish club 2, 3 . . . animated . . . bass horn blower. . . determined . . . expressions of Red Skelton . . . aversion to pizza . . . one in a million . . . Penn State. CAROL A. JOHNS .House General Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . band 4 . . . tri-hi-y 3 . . . natural blonde . . . collects class rings and letter sweaters . . . hot rodder . . . that ivory look . . . always on the go . . . "l'll say" . . . telephone operator. 1955 746 eleefzfal iemzla nam haha. ALFRED C. JOHNSON Fred General Play roduction 3, 4 hi V 4 p 4 . . . V, . . . inttamurals I . . . the "pep" in pepper . . . those nocturnal walks . . . hillbilly music . . . food, food and more food . . . his avocationgsleeping . . . stock car races . . . affable . . . military service. MARJORIH JOHNS A N Podgr ommercial'Sec. Twirler 4 . . . intramurals I, 2, 3, 4 . girls' chorus 2, 3, 4 . . .TIME 3 . . . SHAWNEE 4 . . . pla production 3 . . . marching majorette . . . those locker room study halls . . . "war widow" . . . essence of friendliness . . . quick to laugh . . . prefers "Chops" . . . stenographer. LARRY H. KAUFFMAN Larrjv Academic Class president l, 1 . . . baseball 4 . . . basketball 4 . . . varsity club 4 . . . student council 1, 2, 3 . . .play cast 3 . . . intramurals 4 . . . girl shy . . . those white P bucks . . . high scorer in basket- ball and friendship . . . Still' gazer . . . keeps everyone laughing . . . hates his nickname-"Droop" . . . illustrious for "busting" . . . cor- poration accountant. DONALD R. KOLLIQR Don Academic SHAWNEE 4 . . . play cast 3 . . . play production 4 . . . hi-y 3, 4 . . . always willing to lend a helping hand . . . frequents Le- moyne . . . cool cat ci la ducktails . . . agreeable . . . way with the "wimmen" . . . smooth on the dance floor . . . college. MARLIN S. KREBS Lin General Band 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . intramurals 1, 2, fl . . .play cast 3 . . . neat dresser . . . toots a big bass horn . . . calm, cool and collected . . . sincere . . . blond wavy hair . . . noted for pink and black com- binations . . . summer vacations . . . tests-his anathema . . . army. SALLY A. KRONE Sak Commercial Sec. "ll" club 3, 4 . . . commercial art club 3, 4Apresident4 . . . SHAW- NFE 4 . . . red cross council 4 . . . play production 3, 4 . . . tri-hi-y 3, 4 . . . steno club 4 . . . library club 2, 3 . . . stylish Hair . . . partial to redheads with freckles . . . refreshing . . . can't help liking her . . . spring itself . . . art teacher, ,IOHN W. LAWYER 701111 General lntramurals 2, 3 . . . easy-going . . . extreme dislike for vocabu- lary . . . en-ioys just existing . . . amicable . . . "Buttons" . . . modest . . . sportsminded . . . stands up for his rights . . . "it don't matter a-tall" . . . air force. WILLIAM P. l.liN'l'Z Bi!! Academic Baseball 3, 4 . . . intramurals 3, 4 . . . student council 2 . . . hi-y 3 . . . perpetual tease . . . a bit on the bashful side . . . likeable lad . . . frequent excursions to and from the library . . . carpentry . . . a future Edison . . . electrical engineer. SHIRLEY J. LEWIS Monk "Qi" club 3 1, 2, 3 . . . girls' chorus 2 Swatara's loss-New land's gain . . . letter writer . numerous boyfriends . . . lots fun . . . collects match covers . . . dark hair . . . high heels . . . plans for the future -beautician. LAVERE C. LINTHURST Linny General Baseball 2, 3, 4 . . . intramurals 1, 7., 3 . . . varsity club 4 . .. Mr. Elicker's pal . . . tall and tactful . . . drives a plymouth but really prefers fords . . . wavy hair . . . drive-in regular . . . friendly . . . "ain't that something" . . . will acquire the navy blue. WILBUR MacIVOR, JR. Buddy Academic Band I, 2, 3, 4 . . . intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . .orchestra 2, 3 . . . red cross council 2 . . . mixed chorus 4 . . . licorice stick expert . . . unaffected . . . careful with the desota . . . thrifty . . . adept tennis player . . . television viewer . . . persistent . . . lawyer's de gree from Dickinson. ELIZABETH J. McGRA'l'H Betsy Commercial-Sec. Play production . . mixed 3, 4 f chorus 2, 3, 4 . . . girls' chorus 2, 3, 4 orchestra 4 SHAWNEE 4 . . . national honor society 3, 4 . . .library club i, 2, 3, 4 . . . steno club 4 . . . tri-hi-y 3 . . . radio staff 4 . . . conscien- tious . . . avid sports fan . . . able accompanist . . . dependable . . . speed typist . . . Millersville State Teachers College. 7a am UM Zum 28 SE IOR BARBARA J. MARTIN Mart Commercial-Sec. Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . play production 3, 4 . . . band 3, 4 . . . girls' chorus 3, 4 . . . mixed chorus 4 . . . SI-IAVVNEE 4 . . . red cross council 4 . . . tri-hi-y 3, 4 . . . steno club 4 . . . humorous . . . collects jazz records . . . pint sized . . . toots a clarinet . . . Martin and Lewis supporter . . . sprightly . . . second home-the B Sz H . . . study music. L. MILLER Annie Academic TIMES 3, 4 . . . band I, Q, 3, 4 . . . SHAWNEE 4 . . . intra- murals I, 2, 3, 4 . . . play cast 4 . . . play production 3 . . . mixed chorus 3, 4 . . . girls' chorus 3, 4 . . . tri-hi-y 3, 4 . . . vivacious . . .the good old summertime. . . a temper with tact . . . prompt- ness pays . . . collects anecdotes about "rocks" . . . twinkling eyes . . . Shippensburg STC. JOYCE V. MILLER 'Mite General Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . tri-hi-y 3, 4 . . . dramatic club 4 . . . play production 4 . . . her infantry interest-Robin . . . gum chewer . . . live wire with a relaxed cur- rent . . . yen for movies . . . at home behind the wheel . records . . . easy going . . . oil painter . . . housewife. M. ROB ERT MILLER Bob General Basketball 1, 4 . . . intramurals 1, 2, 3 . . . play production 3, 4 . . . band 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . boys' chorus 2, 3, 4 . . . mixed chorus 2, 3, 4 . . .varsity club 4 . . . hi-y 4 . . . hot hudson . . . taste for clothes . . . "slow down Rizzio" . . . jitterbug crazy . . . girls galore . . . smooth . . . one of the "busting" gang . . . navy . . . automobile business. Om zocdfacwd 4:74 and Jame jA M HS W. NISS ISI. ast 3 . . . play production 4 . . . TIMI-IS 3, 4 . . . SH-XVI NEE 4 . . . national honor society 3, 4 . . .stage crew 1, 2, 3, 4 latin club I, 2, 3-president 2 photography club 3, 4 . . . enioys healthy arguments . . . darkroom physicist . . . complaisant photo bug . . . a tall orator with a co-operative :ur . . . engineer MARSHA I.. NONEINIAKI' R .'l1u.vf1y Academic Intramurals i, 2, 3 . . . 1 u production 3, 4 . . . mixed chorus 2, 4 . . . girls' chorus 2, 3, 4 spanish club 2, 3, 4 . . . wouldn t miss a Marlon Brando movie writes stories and poems lVIart's pal . . . seldom sad travels to Bar-B-Q Cottage example of a good student soft spoken . . . tea leaves dict-an architect. ARTHUR A. PALI-ISI-I .fri GCHCFII Intramurals 2, 3, 4 . . . foothzll . . . track 3 . . . hi-y 2, 3 Lemoyne transfer . . . "Rat . . . no hillbilly . . . the last of the "aces" . . . tease . . e poolroom . . . tailor made clothes . . . lonesome polecat . . . "that s what" . . . starves his barber deep, dark and mysterious armed services. THOMAS E. PAPP Tam General Intramurals 1, 3, 4 . . . play cast 4 . . . play production 3 mixed chorus 3, 4 . . . boys chorus 3, 4 . . . hi-y 3, 4 spanish club 2, 3 . . . cool late hours . . . female connoisseur . . . shuns vocabulary tests "you'd better believe lt" sharp eye for fashion . . . laughing mischief. . . trips the light Mn tastic . . . Rutgers. Academiu SENIORS 70675 out 5466 mcmq cz fond magnet, WILLIAM G. PETERS Bill General Baseball manager 1, 2 . . . stage crew 2, 3 . . . hi-y 3 . . . always in a sling . . . cars, cars and more cars . . . true blond. . . air force national guards. . .road knighter . . . dislikes conceited girls and english classes . . . a custom job in suedes . . . stock car racer. SAN DRA A. PROWELI . Prawell Academic Twirler 2, 3 . . . head twirler 4 . . . play production 3, 4 . . . girls' chorus 2, 3, 4 . . . mixed chorus 3, 4 . . . TIMES 3, 4 . . . SHAVVNEE 4 . . . red cross coun- cil 2, 3, 4 . . . intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . spanish club 2, 3 . . . tri-hi- y3,4. . .radio staFf4. . .5'2"- eyes of blue . . . talented twirler . . . football queen . . . trail "Blazer". . .agile. . .Harrisburg Hospital School of Nursing. GLADYS M. REHM Glad General Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . play production 3,4. . .TlMES4. . . tri-hi-y 3, 4--IYCZISUYST 4 . . . Hallowe'en queen dimples . . . surpressed giggle . . . blushes . . . captivating class sweetheart . . .president's lady. . .ballroom ballerina . . . the crystal ball foresees-an elementary teacher. SANDRA E. REI MER .Yanzfv .Academic Band 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . play cast 4 . . . chorus 2, 3, 4. . .intramurals1,2, 3. . . TIMES 4 . . . SHAWNEE editor- in-chief 4 . . . national honor society 2, 3, 4-president 4 . . . LITTLE INDIAN 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . tri-hi-y 3, 4 . . . radio staff 3, 4- director 4 . . . french club 4 . . . class vice-president 2 . . . mag- netic personality . . . camp . . . versatile . . . all-state musician . . . speech therapy. E. TRACY RHODES III Rf! General Student council 1, 2, 3, 4-presi- dent 4 . . . intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . play production 3 . . . stage crew 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . slow and easy way . . . great resource in emer- gencies . . . his blue suit . . . Nancy's chauffeur . . . contagious cackle . . . man with a "mere" . . . navy. ROWLAND C. RICHARDSON Roll Academic Play production 3, 4 . . . radio staff 4 . . . intramurals 1, 2 . . . student council 1 . . . red cross council 2 . . . Philadelphia import . . . willing worker . . . could skip Monday mornings . . . waits until the last minute . . . a wide grin accompanied by a helping hand . . . tooth plumber-dentist. SOPHIA ROSINSKI Sophy Commercial-Bkkg. Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . play production 3, 4 . . . tri-hi-y 3, 4 . . . dramatic club 3, 4 . . . sports zealot . . .frequent absentee . . . hardwood ace . . . school is a side line . . . lighthearted . . . rides in a jeep . . . clerical worker. CHARLES A. ROSS Chuck Academic Intramurals 2, 3 . . . play pro- duction 3 . . . SHAWNEE 4 . . . spanish club 2, 3 . . . ccmmercial art club 4 . . . chef with a magic touch . . . a real friend . . . cherry pie king . . . New York City farmer . . . painting and sketching . . . Charlie-loves-mambo . . . Kutztown . . . art supervisor. 1955 TOM XY Tom Genera Play cast 4 . . . play rod ' . . . mixed chorus 3, -4 . . . boys' chorus 2, 3, 4 hi-y 3, . . . spanish club ' clas treasurer I . . without a comment hunter. . . pug nose . . . seld serious . . always at Doug's . . uninhibited . . . navy man. I-II.MIiR SHAUB Elmer Commercial-Sec. Intramurals 1, 1 . . . steno club 4 . . . central treasury 4 . . . actions speak louder than words . . . likes good music . . . night man at the bakery . . . infectious grin . . touch of genius . . . accountant. RALPH SHISARPIR Ralph Commercial-Bkkg. Intramurals 1 3 friendly an . . . , -. . . j . d sharp . . . jazzy music . . . likes everything about NCI-IS-except homework . . . good-natured . . . contagious sense of humor . . . majors in study halls . . . ever helpful . . . armed services. SARAH W. SH I-IPAR D .Varah General Band 1, 1, 3 . . .play cast 3 . . . mixed chorus 1, 3 future homemakers of America 1, 2, 3 . . . beta club 3 . . . Alabama import . . . dislikes rainy weather . . . slow, easy drawl . . . sincere personality . . . willing when wanted . . . stranger to snow . . . genuine ..., -X uburn bound . . . housewife . . . future home eco- nomics teacher. ,-44 a'efz life! aaa we 'roam DWIGHT Ii. SIMPSON K. Easy to talk to . . . flashy pontiac . . . hoards cigars in his pocket . . a road knight ofNC . . . well-man nered . . . treks to the happy hunt ing grounds . . . motorbug . . seen at Class's . . . forest ranger GEORGE M. smirn, JR. Bild Academic Football 3, 4-co-captain 4 . . . lay cast 3 . . . intramurals 1,44 . . . boys' chorus 3, 4 . . , mixed chorus 3, 4 . . . 'I'IlVIFfS 4 . . . SI-IAWNEE 4 . . . varsity club 3, 4 . . . clean cut . . . a gentleman and a scholar . . . peach colored ford . . . scientific minded . . . sports coverage . . . Mrz "O" . . . tops with all . . engineer of tomorrow. SANDRA J. SMITH Nflvffv Academic Play cast 4 . . . play production 3 . . . intramurals 1, 2, 3 . . . band I, 2, 3, 4 . . . mixed chorus 2, 3, 4 . . . girls' chorus 2, 3, 4 . . . SHAWNFE 4 . . . spanish club 3 . . . tri-hi-y 3, 4 . . . drives a red dodge . . . effervescent . . . dark, expressive eyes . . . telephone conversations senior song- stress . . . crazy about hats . . . Capable . . . toreadors . . . future collegiate. GEORGANN SNHLL Gforgann Commercial-Sec. TIMES 4. . . SHAWNIQH 4 . . . play production 3, 4 . . . tri-hi-y , 4. . .steno club 4 . . . red cross uncil 3, 4 . . . intramurals , 1, 3, 4 . . . long hair-her crowning glory . . . frequent "gig"-gles . . . sleeping parties . . . Glenn Miller music . . . dis- likes shorthand transcription and kneesocks . . . tap-dancing . . date bait . . . receptionist. wg General I! 21 ORI-'HA M. SN ELI. Ury' Commercial-Bkkg. Tri-hi-y 3 . . . intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . always seen with Al or Linda . . . naturally curly bru- nette tresses . . . cokes and pretzels . . . dislikes snobs . . . constant reader . . . always in there plugging . . . secretary . . . housewife. JANET I.. SNYDER Yana! Academic National honor society 4 . . . red cross council 1, 2, 3, 4 . . .student council 1 . . . tri-hi-y 3, 4 . . . LITTLE INDIAN 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . french club 4 . . . radio staff 3, 4 . . . class treasurer 2, 3, 4 . . . band 1, 2, 3 . . . girls, chorus 2, 3, 4 . . . mixed chorus 2, 3, 4 . . . intramurals 1, 2, 3 . . . ivory tickler. . .Colgate smile. . . that certain one . . . spit curl . . . college. ,IACQUELINE M. SPAI-IR 7arkie Commercial-Sec. SHAVVNEE 4 . . . HZIH club 3, 4 . . . steno club president 4 . . . tri-hi-y 3, 4 . . . intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . gracious . . . one of the four . . . sparkling blue eyes . . . sense of humor . . . noontime jaunts . . . all-american girl frosted with sweetness . . . "how about that" . . . future secretary. MARY J. STAUFFER Shorlic General Tri-hi-y 4 . . . friendliness and sunshine beamed on all . . . quiet dignity . . . independent . . . thrives on hillbilly music . . . second home-Haar's playground . . . seen with skates slung over shoulder . . . "you don't know do you?" . . . bell telephone. .-...N . w, .9 S E I0 R wld! an can Zddlf dallfefdeld H. GLENN STE.-IGI-IR -Wim General Hi-y 3, 4 . . . intramurals 3 . . . . quiet disposition . . . doorman of room I7 . . . hot rod enthusiast . . . participant of I-Iarrisburg's Hfe and drum corps . . . gentleman of leisure . . . hillbilly music and archery . . . coast guard recruit. GARY L. STEFFFN Gary Academic Baseball 3, 4 . . . hi-y 1, 3, 4 . . . intramurals 4 . . . shy, but secretly admires the opposite sex . . . dis- likes fords . . . holds up the wall for room 16 . . . oh, that laugh . . . Dan'l Boone of Lewisberry R. D. ffl . . . college . . . electrical engineer. BARBARA STONER Barby Com mercial-Sec. TIMES 4. . . SHAWNEE 4 . . . colorguard 2, 3, 4 . . . play cast 3 . . . play production 4 . . . red cross council 3, 4 . . . spanish club 2 . . . tri-hi-y 3, 4. . .intra- murals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . underclass- men interests . . . lustrous dark hair . . . loud cheers for all sports . . .sleeping parties . . . anticipa- tion of a little girl on Christmas eve . . . airline hostess. JOYCE F. STONER joyce Academic Tri-hi-y 3, 4 . . . spanish club 3, 4 . . . play production 3, 4 . . . intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . .amicable - . . . one of the four . . . football queen attendant . . . always con- siderate. . .meticulous. . .popu- lar music . . . following Florence Nightingale's lamp-an angel of mercy. 32 1955 ie 669454 of dddlff glow. DONNA I .. STON FSI FIQR Donnie' Commercial-Sec. National honor society 3, 4 . . . TIMES 3, 4-business manager 4 . . . band 4. . .play CIISI 3. .. play production 4 . . . tri-hi-y 3, 4 . . . student council 2, 3 . . . steno club 4 . . . class secretary 1,2,3,4...lVIissNCHI... energetic . . . big gift in a little package . . . talkative . . . eating . . . a way with the men . . . secretary. SON I A Ii. THOMPSON Squirt General Tri-hi-y 3, 4 . . . intramurals 1, 1, 3, 4 . . . shining black hair . . . likes crew cuts . . . every- body's pal . . . basketball rates high . . . the laughter of a lepre- chaun . . . vivacious . . . always giving parties . . . bell telephone. JANIS R. TI'I'I.l-lR 'jun Academic National honor society 3, 4 . . . TIMES co-editor 4 . . . "li" club 3, 4-treasurer 4 . . . corres- pondent 4 . . . play cast 3 . . . play production 4 . . . tri-hi-y 3, 4 . . . SHAWNEE 4 . . . student council 4 . . . girls' chorus 2, 3, 4 . . . mixed chorus 2, 3, 4 . . . red cross council 1 . . . dramatic club 3 . . . woman with a wit . . . blond pony-tail with velvet ribbon . . . smile. . . nursing. HIiI.I'iN I.. TRFDER Helen General Tri-hi-y 3, 4 . . . play production 3, 4 . . . spanish club 3, 4 . . . dramatic club 3 . . . girls' chorus 3, 4 . . .mixed chorus 4. . .intra- murals 1, 1, 3 . . , radio staff 3 . . . co-operation and friendliness, her plan for living . . . always has an encouraging word . . . abhors squash . . . fervor for football . . . avid reader . . . junior college. 1 ....- rf J I'.-XTR I CI.-X R. TROX I"lI .I . P111 Commercial-Seq, "2"'flul1.1.+. . .sHAwN1:1: 4 . . . red cross council 2, 3, 4 , , , mtramurals I, 1, 3, 4 . . . girls' CIIUVUS ly 3, 4 . mixed chorus -. -1 .ii -4- - - - ffl-hl-y 3, 4 . . . steno club 4 I . . band 1, 2 . . . play production 3 .' . . many troubles' but optimistic . . . strawberrv blond . . . meddling females bother her . . . gym" enthusiast . . . warmhearted . . . she's got rhythm . . . accountant. MARY F. TUSING Red General I'r1-hi-y 4. . . intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . earrotxop , , , oh, that laugh . . . tamiliar smile , , I hlllbllb' runes - - - easy' going . . . roller skating at Haa'r's . . . re- liable . . . home run queen . . . bell telephone. PAl'I. Ii. WACKI-IR Pau! General Intramurals 1, 2 . . . play pro- duction 3 . . . aviation club.: . , , twinkling eyes . . . there's a ford in his future . , , prefers short girls . . . dreads vocabulary . . . nice as they come-elots of fun . . . air force. ,IOI-IN B. Wl"iIGI,I'l, ,lR. l,07"l'J' General SHAWNEI-14 . . . band 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . orchestra 4 . . . boys' chorus 2, 3, 4 . . . mixed chorus 2, 3, 4 . . . play production 3, 4 , , , spanish club z, 3, 4 . , , infra- murals 41, 1 . . . stalwart of the band's front rank . . . mischievous eyes . . . exhaust smoke trailing from a truck . . . "Stump" . . YISIVY. "V SE IOR 6135 e af fwenfam in 155661 Mala JOHN F. WIQRTZ ffohnny General Class president4. . .hi-y3,4. . . student council 1, 4 . . . SHAW- NIQE 4 . . . mixed chorus 2, 3, 4 . . . boys' chorus 2, 3, 4 . . .intra- murals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . never seen without girls, girls and Gladys . . . Fnsmingefs confidant . . . diplomacy with a twinkle in his eye . . . Arthur Murray of '55 . . . state policeman. SHIRLFY j. WILLIS Squirreley General Tri-hi-y 3, 4 . . . dramatic club 3, 4 . . . play production 3, 4 . . . intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . ability to argue . . .jeep taxi service . . . crew cuts . . . carefree . , . another roller rink fan . . . sports minded . . . vim and vigor . . . office work. SALLY R. WILSON Sally Commercial-Sec. Tri-hi-y 3, 4-president 4 . . . steno club 4 . . . band I, 2, 3, 4 . . . mixed chorus 2, 3, 4 . . . girls' chorus 2, 3, 4 . . . SHAW- NEE 4 . . . red cross council 2, 3, 4 . . . orchestra 4 . . . play pro- duction 3, 4 . . . record collector . . . a touch of magic . . . letter writer . . . industrious . . . sec- retary. CLAIR C. WIIII' Clair General Hi-y 3, 4 . . . intrarnurals 3, 4 . . . call of the wild . . . shuns vocab . . . notorious for sleeping in class . . . healthy grin . . . lost without Sterner . . . study halls . . . "yes, I guess" . . . planning to wear the navy blue. GLORIA MAE WILT Gloria Commercial-Sec. Tri-hi-y 3,4 . . . central treasury4 . . . play production 3, 4 . . . quiet, proficient and respected. . . cultivated voice . . . one of Mr. Deck's helpers . . . traveling . . . avid collector of china dogs . . . near appearance . . . registers a sweet smile . . . efficient . . . secretary. INA JANE WISE Iner Commercial-Sec. Tri-hi-y 3, 4 . . . library club I, 2, 3 . . . band 3, 4 . . . orchestra 4 . . . steno club 4 . . . TIMES 4 . . . SHAWNEE 4 . . . red cross council 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . play cast 4 . . . play production 3 . . . listens to troubles . . . always fixing someone up . . . class trips . . . veteran dancer . . . a ford with fins . . . receptionist. HELEN G. ZALKAN Helen Academic SHAWNEE 4 . . . national honor society 4 . . . play cast 4 . . . Y teens 1, 3 . . . latin club 1, 2, 3 . . . TIMES 4 . . . library club 3 . . . intramurals I . . . tri-hi-y 4 . . . rifIe club 2 . . . "army brat" . . . grade A student . . . brace- lets galore . . . traveler . . . omnipotent word power . . . curly hair . . . "eat, drink, and be merry for tomorrow we diet" . . . college. MARY Ii. ZIEIDERS Stump jumper General "2I" club 2, 3, 4-secretary 4 . . . SHAWNEE 4 . . . tri-hi-y 3, 4 . . . dramatic club 4 . . . intra- murals I, 2, 3, 4 . . . mixed chorus 3, 4 . . . girls' chorus 3, 4 . . . play production 3, 4 . . . that football sweater-size 46 . . . lovely to look at . . . pizza and pickles . . . Mary Mack, vocalist . . . sociable . . . Millersville STC. I 9 5 5 140:45 167513 of Knowledge da Mew eyed. KIOYCH li. Zlillil,liR JOAN li. Zl-IlGI,I-1R Zrigir liCl1L'!'1l 7011! COIT1IT1tITClZllfs6C. lntruniurails I, 2, 3, 4 . . . tri-hivy iq, 4 . . . red cross council 81, 4. . . play production 3, 4 . . . draunaltic chili l . . . enjoys hockey gznncs . . . Oi'pl1:1's companion . . . :ln- lntrziniurals 1, 1, 3, 4 . . . tri-hi-5' 3, 4 . . . SHAWNIQI-14 . . . steno clnli 4 . . . drznnaitic cluli 4 . . . play production 3 . . . likes happy people . . . lmliy luluc eyes . . . unutch kid" . . . winning smile other aqua maid . . . lll say . . . ,l02lH'S l-I'ilfCl'l11ll twin . . . :lr- trxlcted lvy il two-tone pontiac . . . soda jerk . . . lnairrialgcailxle miss. . . . finds pizza pie pnlaitzxlwle lNeptune's daughter . . . laidi in lslue womens :nr force. "l Pl,l'ilJGlf Al,l,FGlANCli . . . to the Hag of the United States of America." This familial' declaration has been made daily during the twelve years in which the light of education has shone upon the class of '55. Sfrzndilzg, left lo right, are Leslie Alber, John Conley, Richard Chorpenning, John Lawyer, Donald Koller, Elmer Shaub, Rowland Richardson, Marjorie Johnson and Paul Wacker. 35 minutiae." NX i PLATO CLASS OF 1956 ofa 7569004 PAUSING . . . in the front hall after a class meeting are junior officers: Patsie Quigley, secretary, Larry Bomgardner, presidentg Robert Kiehl, vice-president, and Rovenna Gundy, treasurer. The energetic junior class, consisting of 143 members, defeated the seniors in the annual magazine cam- paign. Through their untiring efforts they earned 53,298 toward the lQ56 yearbook. ln the same spirit, this class presented Cfub '56, an entertaining assembly programg Bmugv .4114 The Beqf, the class play, and Hernmzffor Hideway, the annual junior party. ' To complete a successful year, the Junior l Prom was held May 28 at the Hotel Hershey. Picmred above, raw one: Joyce Arnold, Charles Atkinson, Richard Basila, Beverly Bennar, Carol Bock, Larry Bomgardner, Peter Brelia, joan Brenneman, Vicki Brockman. Row Iwo: .lane Brugnoni, Joanne Campbell, jerry Coleman, Ronald Coleman, Charles Cornman, William Coup, Marjorie Ann Corzier, Betty Danner, Parker DeWalt. Row tlznun' Ernest Dierich, Donald Dilliplane, Carole Dorwart, Stanley Dravk, Norman Duey, Kathleen lfarles, Sarah lfisley, Gail Fley, Betty lirney. 38 cam Mew . fX fX Rn-ze nur: Artlith listen, Russel lfailor, XYillian1 lfetrow, Mary Fisher, Mary lfluss, Donaltl l'iUl'l'f', Robert lfreet, lfsther l"rist'hkorn, jack Gznnner, Rota' I-Zen: Ronald George, l.intla Gotlob, 'lihomas Gray, Alice Griljith, Rovenna Guntly, jo.-Xnn Haring, lValter Hating, Patricia Harkins, jane Harkison. Rn-:c'Ihrr1'.' jean Hart, Ray Hartman, Larry Hartzell, Robert Hazel, l.arry Hesketh, john Hewitt, Diane Hollister, lflinor johnson, lflora Reefer. Rua'fn1n'.' Ronald Kennedy, janet Kerstetter, Robert Kiehl, Terry King, Paula l,antz, Colette lraYanture, james l,auterbaeh, Ronald Lawyer, james l,eese. Row fzrr: Phyllis Lengeman, Margie l,esher, Frank l.intlaner, Patricia hlaiorano, Mary Nlarzolf, Paul MCCreary, Rtithann Mgiirgirh, Ronaltl Meas, Constance Nlenear. Rum' six: David Merrill, Catherine Nikos, john Millard, Nlartha Miller, Robert Miller, Patricia Miller, Santlra Miller, Harry hlinskey, joann Moore. Rn-IL' .vf':'w1.' joseph Moore, lritlwartl Nlorrow, ' ' -f 7 '- 'Y' " N 4 l l Ri'hartl Neeley' Arlene Newmyer. Yertlella Morrow, Santlra Mumma, Uonaltl Nluth, Rosalla Muna, . amy err ioot , 1, , , 39 ez' dim 6941! cz little clam. Row one: Sandra Norford, Arlene O,Neal, Cynthia Orner, Nancy Ort, -loan Page, Mary Park, Nancy Poet, Leroy Price, VVinifred Prowell. Row two: Patsie Quigley, Mary Randall, Philip Reese, Sandra Romberger, Audrey Roof, Carol Ryder, George Savage, John ShafTer, Joann Shettle. Row three: Russel Shorter, W'inifred ShuFf, Robert Simmers, Ronald Simpson, Neal Sipe, Larry Snyder, Yvonne Snyder, Salvatore Spadafore, Linda Spangenlmerg. Rnwfour: William Steele, Gloria Stelfy, Sandra Stetler, Harry Strauss, Oscar Taylor, Mary Traugh, Joyce Tritt, Paul Troy, Mark Turban. Row five: Richard Updegrarf, Ronald Updegraff, David Vaughn, Linda Wakefield, Robert Walters, Audrey VVeary, Doris Wertz, Donald Whisler, Thomas Wildman. Row .vi,v: Samuel Wilson, Ray Wilt, ,loline Winter, Larry Worley, Claire Yeager, Sandra Zeigler, Diana Zimmerman, George Zimmerman. 40 CLASS O F IQ 5 7 ie acmdliec of Zdfe fazega lNDliS'l'RlOl'S Hl5l"lCliRS . . . meet to tliscuss plains for the sophomore elziss party. pl! rfglzf, Samuel Hrinton, presiilentg Ruth Diehl, SCCVL'f21I'f'-fI'L'lISLlVCV,llllkl Clinton Hale, viee-presitlentg eheek lust minute zlrrzinge- ments for Disneylzunl helil lfelvruziry lo in the high school gymnasium. Bugs Runiiy, ljfbllilltl Duck, the Ciingerlarezul House :intl many other XYz1lt Disney creations greetenl the IfO class lT1C'Il1lTC'l'S :intl their guests clurf ing the evening. Un Deceinlmer H three lmus lozuls ol- eager sophomores truveletl to Xllishington to visit traditional attractions. The elziss usseinlwly xl2lI'L'l1 ll rountleil out :I husy' year. . Lvgn I lvv: I A k 1' u 3 f' W 'Q - ,.,' ' Ns Q ' ' ll' X N Q X - . X A . R X l .ff ' I ll A ,. Q ' 1 il 'Q' ' 'F ' if 'es 5 . ,. .:,. ' 'cf-' 5 if if wif" t se e Q i C .sf u, r, 'el it f ' R if 1 if . .L fe l ge? is I N El ,. .3 W ,,.:1 t . ' .5 f , .E .Is e 2 W N. M.. tx ,A'-,w I H .. 1 ,. we eu sf , ,V .,f .- K . I K :., ,,,, .Y Vbilil , Q i ,.r.. . , " . l'irf11mI1zhf1:-r, rn-so mfr: Dzuniel Arrley, ilillflkfllil Baiilets, .-Min Bair, Richzirtl Bzmkert, Albert Benyou, Shelley Berg, Robert Best, I.:1rry Herr, Alaiequelyn Bihliins. Rox' lzw: Ray Bishop, Bzlrlwaira Blessing, Carol Blessing, -Ioseph Bonner, Curl Hooks, XVilliaun Brenner, Nancy Brinton, Sannuel Brinton, Vlenily Brown. Nou' l!II't't'.' Ralph Bruluiker, 'Ioseph Burger, Carol Christiz1n,l.eonzlrtl Conley, l,ee Croke, Curl Crone, lqlfllllfxl Curp, Rolvert Duron, Claire Davis. Rn-:L'fnm'.' Philip DeBo11rtl, Donziltl Dickey, Rurh Diehl, Catherine Ditlow, Stephen Draivla, Ray lfichel lierger, lfrris lfley , Rege.1':.l l"shelInau1, Shirley' lfshelniqin, 41 nd ' folliea o'efz QWE Pirtlzred 116006, row mir: Martha Pittinger, Al anis lfailor, anice lfetrow, Robert Fetrow, Norma Fogle, Mary Freet, Dolores Gardiner, Charla Grissinger, JoAnn Guistwhite. Row Iwo: Clinton Hale, Loyal Harbold, john Haring, Russell Hart, Barbara Hartman, Pat Herr, Herbert Hotfmeier, Georgann Holland, Barbara Houck. Row tlzrff: Bruce Hughes, Catherine Hughes, Faye Hughes, Yvonne Hughes, Raymond johns, Dorothy Reefer, Delores Keller, Richard Kennedy, John Kohn. Kowfrmr: Judy Krick, Nancy l,ambert, Richard Lambert, blames Lamont .ludith Lantz, Tom l.auver, Betsy l.ehrner, Alice Lengenian, Linda l.entz. IfUZL',flif.'f'J Carleton Lobb, Starr Macfarlane, Dorothy Mentzer, Joan Miller, Joanne Miller, Donald Mills, Gerald Moore, Harriet Moore, VVilliam Moore. Rn-zu fix: Sandra Mowrey, Patricia Mumper, Ronald Myers, Margie Nearhood, Elwood Neiman, Kenneth Nerrie, Andrew Noll, Patricia O,Sullivan, Charles Page. Row raven: George Porter, Sandra Prowell, Darlis Rehm, John Renninger, James Roberts, Gloria Rockey, Marlene Rodes, Geraldine Rothrock, Shelby Rudy. 42 1 ! Y -1 1 5-bt ml -:-.- .1 Q ., N ' QI . 5' K Q. .,: if t,,,, rx' i if X :V if Y ' - 1 I ,,-, V- .':' v,"' , RN Et ' K ' V il at lf Y i :it , "-: S R any ' I .,. f .... I V. ' x .4 C11 , T, A N, KJ S , 3 li it A sf - , ' - t 'tw S .., e e ff e 1 Q ' . ':" K "" i it ""' . ' 1,1 , , Q . - gi, if - " .:::-- ' ' - - . t the Xgwggt 7 ' ' H39 fill 1 B ' ' . li A f. . 1 I f ,- , . . aww t. s- s .. K, in ww , , K . I x :Q t it ,S Q 1: :. .ga 1 L- ,V .Me Q .. -6. y 'K " S K 'L .. ' K V l - 3. ,f ,Qt , 335, A 1 ' i ' .- g Q ,-sg' gh q f 5 f:,5,,,. 35, :is fj f 5 l'ir1m'f11' zzbocw, ma' nzzr: .loan Ruth, ,lon Sehminky, Susan Schraek, William Sehrack, Lila Schue, Barry Schwartz, Barry Seip, Caroline xifwq 'Q-'fa Shaw, Lois Shearlier. Rota' I-wo: Saundra Shearer, Kenny Shutf, Barbara Shuler, blames Smith, Sandra Snell, Gary Soutlers, -lay Spangler, Nlartlee Sparver, Ronalcl Speese. Rn-rc' ll11'fe.' Sarah Spoonhour, Beverly Springer, lltline Steigerwalt, Arthur Sterner, .-Xalrian Stetler, lfaye Stoner, liarlene Stoufiier, Martlee Stourler, Russel Strauss. lfo-za'fn11r.' Olivia Sturgen, Donna Troup, .lean Trout, Tom Troy, Roger Valle- eorse, Robert Vllarren, ,lames Wealiley, Vliemly Wlells, Ronald Wlhitcomb. Rota' f1:'r'.' Donaltl White, Rosemary White, Charles Wilt, Wlalter Wilt, Thetla Wintermyer, -lames Wolfe, Kenneth Yinger, .loanne Zeigler. l GA'I'HliRlNG RHSHA-XRCH . . . in the sehool library, these sophomore girls pre- pare health themes and :ultl the latest hygiene tlata to their notebooks. Sflflilfll riglzf, are: Shelly Berg, XYencly Brown, Barbara Hartman, Linda Lentz, Tliroena Bailets and Barbara Shuler. 43 CL SS OF I9 8 7 oirlldfaen Zidawofzld BECOMING ACCLIMATED . . . to new routines and schedules has been the chief concern for freshman leaders. Charles Ruotf, vice-president, Nancy Handshaw, presidentg and Carleton Garrett, treasurer, read scripts, Zgft, for the class assembly April I4 while Nancy Sue Wigheld, student council repre- sentative, and Nancy Newcomer, secretary look on. Heralding the coming of spring on March 12, 176 class members were given the opportunity to discuss views of their First year in senior high school during the class party. Pirtured above, row one: Ann Alexander, Martha Alrland, Cecil Anderson, George Atkinson, Fred Babbitt, Judy Backenstoss, Daniel Bair, Philip Bair, Warren Baker. Row lwo: Becky Barstis, Janet Basore, Thelma Benedict, Hattie Berkheimer, Arthur Berrier, Janet Bishop, Charles Blazer, Cynthia Bock, Miles Bomgardner. Row lhree: Glen Bostdorf, Bonnie Bowers, Larry Bowers, Diane Bowles, jerry Brackhill, Henry Brinkley, lfdward Brown, Carl Bruaw, Paul Burkhart. -1-4 me in Mech 9en0mz'c'm i xblz M I , ff Rua' ll7H'.' Patricia Carey, john Claar, Nancy Cohle, Brantlt Cook, Fretl Corkle, jr., Howard Coyer, Charles Crisp, l.orayne Cullen, Samuel Danner. Rua' I-wo: Grace Dearnlortli, Shirley Delfoarnl, Stanley Deihler, Ralph Dillen, Antonette Dillolierto, Clark Donlcy, lflaine Dorwart, Thomas Doryyart, john Duncan. Rau' Ilirecx' Shirley liallehlute, jutly Plichelherger, Sherry liley, Thetla lfppley, Virginia lishelnian, john lfvinger, james Fii'estone, junly Fisher, Thomas Fisher. R0iL'fr1117'.' Clarissa lfite, Patricia lfulton, Mary Gaffney, Carleton Garret, Steve Gaumcr, Mary Glailfelter, XYilliam Gootl, 'llhera Grissinger, Harry Grossman. RUiLf.ffL'F.' Sandra Hain, Dennis Hamill, Nancy Hamlshaw :Mia Haring, Nlervin Haring, Martha Harro, Mary Harro, Linda Hepler, Charles H0t't'man. Rau' fix: joseph Hooper, Gloria Hoover, Mary Horton, john Howaril, Walter Hull., Diane Huller, joseph james, jr., Thomas james, Bette johnson. Nou' .fr:w1.' Helen johnson, Kathryn jones, joseph Keating, listher Keeler, Ruth Keefer, Barhara Kerstetter, Carl Knunlsen, Daniel Kohr, Daviil Kopp. +5 v widen time Me Row one: Fred Kremkau, Joanne Krone, Richard Kutz, Norma Laird, Robert Lal-ze, Jack Lenker, Melvin Linn, Sandra Mansberger, Betty Marsh. Row Iwo: Dawn Marshall, Robert McCreary, Ronald McCreary, Doris Meas, Cecelia Mikos, Betty Miller, George Miller, Patty Miller, Paul Miller. Row three: Ronald Miller, Homer Moore, Patricia Moore, Ano Moyer, Harold Nelson, Larry Newcomer, Nancy New- comer, Gary Noll, Gary Nye. Row four: Robert Olewiler, Fred Orner, Darlene Orris, Gloria Parson, Kenneth Powers, Sondra Prosser, Joan Prowell, Joyce Prowell, Marian Prowell. Rowfve: Nancy Quigley, Dale Reed, Delmar Rehm, Grace Reilly, R0l16rf RCr1hingCr, Curl Reynolds, Linda Rhinehart, Judy Robertson, Keith Rockey. Row six: Margaret Roller, Larry Rudy, Vance Rudy, Charles Ruoft, Mary Schubert, Margaret Seibert, Eleanor Shaub, Carl Shearer, Wanda Shive. Row Jeuen: Jean Suey, Nancy Simmons, Kay Spangler, Larry Spangler, Michael Steager, Charles Stemler, Elsie Stone, Grant Stoner, Kenneth Stoner. 46 aid! of ig!! Row one: Ronald Stubbs, Sandra Stubbs, Albert Taylor Henrietta Turbm lxenneth Updegrzfl' Shirley Vlughn Rlth 1rd VerV1l1n Suzanne Weigle, Carl Wells. Row Iwo: Carl Weltmer, Lester VN heeler une VN hltebre ld, N incv Wiglield Ly ndl Wilt l ouise Wlntermyer, Linda VVise, Harold Watters, Jr., Ronald Vvorley. Row llnee Cretchen Vlright Dennis Yinger Mm lm Ymger, HIFFN Yost Melvin Zimmerman. VOILTNTHFRING . . . to partici- pate in an intramural volleyball game are freshmen sports enthusi- asts, righl. Talking over new techniques are, row one: Elaine Dorwart, Mary Gladfelter and Margaret Seihert. Row two: Nancy Coble ponders her decision while Martha Altland and Gretchen VVright raise their hands hoping to be chosen. CLASS OF I9 9 EAGERLY ANTICIPATING . . . the presentation of citizenship prizes conferred during the annual awards assembly are eighth grade oH'icers, row 0716, ky? Io riglzl: Melvin Krone, vice-president of 3-Ag Larry McCreary, vice-president of 8-B, Dale Ames, president of 8-C. Row two, hyf! to riglzl: Judy VViles, president of 8-Ag Larry Simpson, president of 8-B, and Janice Martson, vice-president of 8-C. The JUNIOR HI-LITE, a monthly newspaper composed and edited by a junior high staff and the Class trip to Gettysburg, comprise the outstanding project and event of the year. Several new social events have been added to the energetic eighth graders' calendar, including the election of a football king and queen. Georgia Graham and Charles Mailey reigned as Sweetheart and Dan Cupid at the spectacular February dance. 12:1 l Pictured above, row one: William Adlebute, Robert Agnew, Donald Alsedek, Dale Ames, Suzanne Bachman, Thomas Baker, Carol Bell, Owen Berg, Richard Berry. Row two: Josephine Brelia, John Brinkley, Bruce Burns, Rodney Burns, Bonnie Buttorff, Patricia Clem, Ray Colley, Florence Conley, Nevin Conley. Row three: Joseph Danko, Robert Danner, Larry Daron, Bonnie Dean, Coleen Donley, Gary Drake, Cyril Dunmire, Barbara Eater, Bonnie Egert. Row four: Connie Ebert, Suzanne Eisley, Darryl Ernst, Virginia Pishelman, Randall Fivertts, Carolyn Pager, Donna lfailor, VVilliam Fisher, Robert Fortenbaugh. 43 Occ med da amid dllacdue 36745 f 1 W VIA' i lt fe V q ., 4',, , iza t 1: , l--,., V Y i 1 X W S W ,1 1 E 1 fix I M iz '51 lx 'ts - y ' 1 V 5. 'Em 4 1, if . 1- ii ' R Q Q1:,.,. i i Y tv Y '7u" f R ii "Z' i ,.:A,,,, iiifw . .. :'r::.f1f Y "ff A :X 1 m Pictured above, mtv one: Robert Fox, Patricia Gardner, Donna Goho, Stephanie Gotlob, Richard houdx, xeor- ll C rih llll Don 1 d ru Yvilliam Haines, Robert Hall. Rozy I-wo: Gerald Hating, Dennis Harlacher, l,inda Harlaclier, Marth 1 H ll t P atrial 1 Henderson fwlorl 1 Hughes Kathryn lnscoe, Dennis K2lLIl'l.lT12lY'l,blCI'fC Kauffman. Ro-za' tlzref: .lane Keplinger, jill Knorr, Glenn lxopp Nlelxm lxrone Ieln lXlll'l Slll 1 Lawley, Donald l.eedy, Susan Lengeman, Robert l.osh. R0'w-f0lZ7'.' jan Ludwig, Donald Lysle Rinhlrd N1 nlei ldw nd NI irhnu 111111 lVlartson, YYilliam Mayer, Larry hlcfreary, Richard Meiser, Joyce Miller. Row fire: Mary Miller mob Nlxeis George N iuele, Iheodore Negley, Beth Neiman, john Nonemaker, Charlotte Paul, Bonnie Peitfer, Susan Penrose. Rn-za' .tits Phx llis Roberta l ouixe Rupp I IITICS Russell Linda Sandberg, Carol Sandnes, Sandra Shewell, Thomas Shuler, Richard Sinieone, Barry Simmons -UI Widq S6452 cz 46354446556 aafldme. Pictured above, row one: Donald Simonton, Larry Simpson, Colleen Small, Ronald Springer, Darlene Steward, Ray Steward, Alex Stewart Larry Stoner, Suzanne Stoner. Row two: Joan Taussig, Marjorie Treder, Donna Trotter, William Troup, Curtis Umbleby, Sandra Walters Deanne VVarren, Barbara Wertz, Judy VViles. Row three: Bonnie Withrow, Phillip Wolf, David Wolfe, james VVolfe, Mitchell Wolfe Sylvia Wright, Lois Yinger, Phyllis Zeigler. I SMILING HAPPILY . . . for the camera- man are, row one, ld! to right: Cyril Dun- mire, secretary-treasurer of 8-B5 David Wolfe, treasurer of 8-A. Row two, lqf! lo right: Susanne Bachman, secretary of 8-Ag Jane Keplinger, secretary of 8-C, and Susan Lengeman, treasurer of 8-C, as they discuss the Gettysburg excursion. SO 3 J 1 CLASS OF I96O Knee! czlcaczqe anim gm 66945 cz ke! DISCIISSING 'I'l-IIQIR 'l'RIP . . . to Hershey are seventh grade officers, row wir: Dennis Ifreistak, president of 7-B, Gordon jones, president of 7-Ag Norman Zeigler, vice-president of 7-A. Row two: .leanne VVhitcomb, vice-president of 7-B, Judy Kunkle, president of 7-C, Betty Keller, Vice-president of 7-C. 'Iihe Hershey tour includes visiting the chocolate factory, ex- ploring the renowned rose gardens surround- ing Hotel Hershey and picnicking in the famous park. Many enthusiastic seventh grade students participate in the Library club, act as reporters for the JUNIOR HI- LITF, and conduct dances in the Manor school auditorium. Sports-minded class members compete in basketball and volley- ball tournaments. Pictured above, row one: Sherri Acker, Karan Albert, William Altland, William Apgar, Gilbert Backenstoss, Harold Baker, David Base- hore, Sandra Bechdel, Flmeretta Bottiglier. Row two: Susan Brambley, Patricia Breach, William Breder, Robert Brenneman, Sharon Bricker, Bonnie Brightbill, Donna Brown, jack Brown, Wilton Chapman. Row three: Frenna I,ee Christian, Orpha Crisp Richard Dis- singer, Barbara Flicker, Mary ,lane Ifmbick, Fred Iippley, Ronald Fvertts, Carol File, David Fire. Sang 'mam Weed flagged will 669414 P i i tai... .. W , fr 7, P Pictured above, rn-sc une: Roger lflurie, Sandra Fox, Dennis Freistak, Dennis Frisch, Karan lfry, Mike Fullerton, William Garrett, Keith George, Barry Glenn. Rn-rv t-:vox Mary Graham, Barbara Gray, james Guyler, Donna Haas, Nancy Harkins, VVilliam Hays, .-Xudrie Hender- son, VI. Thomas Hermann, Larry Hot-l'man. Rn-za' l'fI7't't'.' lfred Hooper, Barbara Hudson, janice johnson, Gordon jones, Patricia Karstetter, Darrell Keeth, Hefty Keller, Donna Kingsborough, Brenda Kohn. le0'lU,fflll7'.' Robert Kopp, Judy Kunkel, Doreen Lambert, Yvilliam Lantz, Nancy Lechthaler, Thomas l,.eese, Xvilliam l,engeman, .Indy l.osh, John Macfarlane. Rafe' UCF: lfdward Martin, l,inda Mcclurg, Richard lVlcCurdy, Barbara McDonel, Donald McGrath, john Miller, Samuel Moody, Ronnie Myers, Shirley Noll. Ro-zu fix: l.arry Nye, Patricia Paul, Robert Peters, lidward Pines, Donald Poole, Beverly Prowell, Louis Reilly, Harvey Rhineheart, Kirk Richey. Rau' .frL'1v1.' 'lll1OlT12lS Rigling, john Roller, Connie Rosenberger, Nancy Ross, l,arry Ruff, Penelope Sandberg, Mary Sandnes, Nancy Sandnes, Fred Sawyer. 52 and Zfzaqkl wit! mdnclzeffzq. l'iL'tur'ctl zilrm'e,1'niz' amz' Gail Scott, Sanllra Shal'l'ei', William Shahlicr, Barlsara Slicatlicr, Kathcrinc Sininicrs, I.:-my Slick, Mark Smith, .lutly Spunauglc, Sandra Stahl. Rn-:LA tzvu: Lynne Stcger, l.intla Src-tler, Carol Strausscr, l.innla Taylor, Ronaltl llimnas, lYilliani 'l'i'nttci', Peggy 'l'urncr, -lamus Valle, Wvaynu Wacker. Raw ffI7't'l',' laiuisc VVc:1kley, Kenneth YY:-aver, liartram XVertz, Alaincs XYCFYY, Rwlwrr XYCVU, Santlra llcrtv, ,lc-anne YYhitcmnh, RlCl12lI'kl VYilnlman, lfranccs Wilson. Rn-ZL'fn1n'.' Virginia Wilson, Kaye NYintcr, Garry Xlintcrniycr, Nancy Wirlw, mw, lJ1lI'I'QllXYf'I'lL'l'i,ci2lYyNvlllgtif,l'l.LlW2ll'LlNvOlU1, Nornian feiglcr. PROlJl'C'l'lYli PLANS. . .forthe fcmrtlicoining year arc fcmniilateal hy mic nw, fwfr in ri-glil: liclwzml Pines, secretary of 7-.-Xg lfrennal.ec Christian, treasurer of 7-C, Barry Glenn, secretary of 7-B. Row Iwo, fly? tn riglfl: Sandra Stahl, treasurer of 7-Hg Nlark Smith, treasurci' of T-.-X5 anti Gail Scott, secretary cufjff. 5.2 Ns 'gfwmaayefmuvwamaapq N A Q9 oe HASKINS c h,,..,.vv""""'.e ,,."f THF BLACK LIST . . . of comics includes these books rejected as undesirable by seniors of john .Iohnson's Problems of Democracy classes. Students distribute posters in local schools to combat the sale of crime and horror comics. Arranging a display, ftfff,jlb7'L'LQ'7'0IlIlIf, are Robert Miller and David Jamesg assisting are Janis 'I'itler and Constance Berrier. "'I'l-IH GREAT LAKES . . . provide invaluable trans- portation facilitiesf' explains World Geography student Salvatore Spadafore, right, to classmates Russell Failor and Ronald Llpdegraff while Terry King searches for additional statistics on the commercial value of these waters. SOCIAL SliiCURl'I'Y . . . an item worth major consideration by all wage earners is dis- cussed thoroughly as part of the senior's Problems of Democracy program. Messrs. Sham- baugh and Dickert, bvfow, fqfl, authorities on the Social Security Act, discuss its fundamentals with john Lawyer and Dwight Simpson. ' FRESHMAN MAP MAKERS . . . Daniel Bair and Kathryn Jones, bvfow, righl, discuss the product of their handiwork. All freshman civics students draw a map of New Cumberland showing the streets, industries, churches, and schools as they strive to increase their familiarity and appreciation of their community. E ...M E J .X f- K l . J, f , a afleodlm md ,b46a4a Sl'PPl,l'iNIIiNTARY RH- PORTS . . . broaden fields of interest and knowledge for Amer- ican History pupils. fl! rigfzl, Saundra Zeigler, Carol Bock and l,arry Hartzell listen to Philip Reesels report on the events leading to XYorld Yvar l. Pictured in the ,fi07'Fg1'0II7I1I, are Esther lfrischkorn, Joann Moore and Richard l'pdegral'l'. The juniors follow all phases of history in our country from the days of Chris- topher Columbus to the present problems ot' A-Xmerica. 'QE ...J AA .-XCl'iS CONDUCT TOURS . . . through local business establishments. james Brucklacher, Presif dent of the Cumberland County National Bank and Trust Company answers the questions of P. U. students Donna Buss, John Conley, Robert Buxton and Donna Decknian following their trip to the bank. Representing the Americans for Competitive lfnter- prise is l.. Henderson Dudman. Cl'RRliN'l' M.-XPS. . . keep sophomores up-to-date on critical current events problems. iYorld History students, fzjfl, discuss recent developments in lfor- mosa. Patricia O'Sullivan holds the poster for Gary Souders as Jay Spangler and Sandra Snell listen to his opinion. 2 if if, Q Q ,WK W www 6 .:.a ig? Z gk Q1 g r 1' 1? , , 1 , .. gg B ,, H fy V f 6 RUNI,-KN IDRIQSS. . . lentls an authentic ntinus- phere to the unnuul Romain Banquet. -Irvhn Mwltz, Riehzircl Neeley :Intl Philip Reese, rigtfzi, zlntieipute the feast. ' IAIIN I S'I'llI3I2N'I'S. . .Miehalel SI'C2lgL'l'Zll1kI I,1ll'l'y BUW'L'I'S,b!'ffliC,KlOI1 Runizin gurls :is clusslnzltes I"ll1lII'lC I7orw1irt :intl Hattie Herk- llCIlT1CI'COI71P2lI'C their costumes with the textbook tleseription. "C'I'lS'I' SI BON . . . it is so gcmculfl eXQl:lin1 I'lI'L'l lieth Braekhill as Mrs. IIll'ICll11Zl AIIIVIQS, fzbnzw, trainslzl il portion of lm HIIIIXIFIIV. "THIS MEXICAN SIiRAI'Ii . . . sells for upprt Weill' it. ROMAN CONQl'IfS'I'S . . . rezlehetl far, point out sopho- mores Barry Schwartz, 'Ill'lUI'CI12l Iiailets untl George Porter, righl, to I.:1tin II elzlssmzltes Ruth Diehl, Ada Hair and Linda I,cntz. 59 i ul Il stuclents Nanci' .-Xltlzlntl, I5z1i'lw:1rai Iiurlie :intl Iflili I mately 51.00 in Mexico," explains .Izinies I,:1nici , nvzlw, ftjf7, to Spanish elzissnizltes Ilonziltl Koller :intl ,fag Marlin Rrelis us he tlemonstrzltes the ecirreet Will' tu iw NQGWM ll .-XM,-X'l'lil'R Cl-llfNllS'l'S . . . Norman Huey and Tracy Rhodes closely olwserve the chemical M WJ reaction resulting from the comlnnation of sodium chloride and silver nitrate. SENIOR PHYSICIST . . . ' David james, zzbfwv, demon- strates the variations of the force exerted hy a column of water with respect to its height alaoye a particular point to Conway Cook and Wlilhur Nlaclvor. .SHOCKING HX- PF.RlMliN'l'. . .isperformed lay freshmen scientists, Rolxert Renninger and Richart Kutz, righl, as they employ a per- manent magnet and dry cells to assemhle a miniature elec- tric motor. Margaret Seihert and Patricia lfulton verify the phases of construction. l lt.-XCrl',Rl,Y lYAl'l'lNCi . . . to View live cells through a microscope are sophomore lyi- ologists Adrian Stetler and ian and Rosemary White are gists to scrutinize. hO Harry Schwartz. Carol Christ- selecting slides for the hiolo- imlicairus Brucc Limiicr, sc-nun niaitli instructor, as lie capti- lns cxplziimticm ul tlic C0l'l't'L'f pimcciliiim- for solving pmpmrifni prolmlcins, un csscntizil funilzif incntail principle lll.IN1lfl1CINZll'lL'S. e fact azecwwze of . , . aww tie 66745 ab! tie dence, "ln-XXX' Ulf COHNIQS . . . is iluinoiistnltcnl in this ilrziwf ing," srzitcs senior Trig main -lcrry Burns, 1160943 wliilc Nlzirslm XYIll1C'IN11liCI' :mil john Holtz review nlerivzitioii of flu- rule. "l'I"S ix 'rHrQ iaouiv' . . . i vnrcs rliu zirrcnriun of Arthur Pzilcsc, Wliyiic Hillcr, Wlillizun Hzlsilzl :mil Galen Houck with i l .-XIUHISR.-XIC liQl'.-XSIONS . . . appear czisy to freshmen stualcnts Ruth Kecfcr, l,21!'IiCl Kolir and Gerald Ncwccnner, zzbozw, :ls XYlllfCI' Builers, instructor, imlicurcs rhe mctliml uscd to solve for 2111 unknown quantity. ' "Ni DTH- ING TO ll," . . . cxclzlims Rolwrr Miller, senior, pictured Lrfow, :ls lic solves :in ZllgCl3I'2liL' frzlctiun for lYInry lnuise lfislier :incl Ronald Simpson, juniors. x Q like fowl aww Me 66945 of meadow. N e , I 140 VVORDS PER MINUTE . . . is Patricia Dierich's shorthand goal as she combines correct writing position with the mental alertness required of an eHicient secretary. ARDENT SHORTHAND S'l'UDEN'l'S receive new vocabulary words from shorthand instructor, Mrs. Ruth Roadarmel. Pictured above, ltjfl lo right, are: Donna Buss, Elmer Shaulm, Gloria VVilt. ln the background is Maybella Brenizer. 9 BUOKKEEPING STUDENTS. . . Wlilliam Coup, Cynthia Orner and Salvatore Spadafore, pictured lqfl, study correct methods of adjusting ledger entries. PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE is gained hy Nancy Gruver and Janet Hartman, above, as they duplicate a course of study. 5 READY, BEGIN! . . As their lingers whiz across the key- board, Elizabeth Brackbill, Jon Hoffman, Patricia Herr, pictured lift, row one: Sarah Shepard, Ernest Horton, john Moltz and Donald Koller, row two: strive to increase typing proficiency. 69. "SHARP ,-XXI? Cl,liAR?" . . . asks lallixalieth Xlclirath, Mfnic, as she neatly stacks paper on the feed talwle of the mimeograph machine, while .lacquef line Spahr proofreads the nrst copy run otl. .Ns mem- lwers of the Steno Clulm, these girls assume varied stcnographic duties for teachers. ,,5,sft.Z .-XCCUR.-XCY . . . is maintained lay lflizalveth McGrath, IlbUf,'1',I1S she captures the speed typing record of 70 words per minute with 3 errors for io consecutive minutes. Q Slfl,l,lNG 'l'l+lCHNlQUl4lS . . . and consumer's research are studied and discussed lay the senior students, righl, in consumer's education class. 6.2 OFIFICIQ PRACTICIHI S'l'lTl7l4N'l'S H Barlwara Horton, hlarian liupp, Sally XYilson and 'lllielma l7iller, fzbfwc, prepare ll legal document, one ol' the more advanced phases in the typing curriculum, under the super- vision ot' Mrs. Ruth Roadarmel. PROOFRFAIJING . . . the junior Hi-l,ite are lna -lane Wise and Georgann Snell, above, as they exemp- lify another function of the Steno Cluln. - "SFT VI' VP!" . . . shout freshmen volleyball enthusiasts Bette Johnson and Nancy Handshaw, Iqfgforegrozuzzi, to teammates Janet Basore, Kathryn and Elaine Dorwart, as they practice for the yearly double round rohin tourney. The athletic program in- cludes volleyball, basketball and had- minton for lmoth boys and girls. Wdfzlfae amid aee to do cada! aifzlae would, gg dec asm 'bddfidvtl 56945. "OPEN WIDE!" . . . urges Dr. C. Stitt, as he examines the teeth of Paula Lantz, above, lfjfl. Mrs. Ruth james, dental secretary, records his findings as Linda Gotloh watches. ' "Fl'l' A l+'lDDl,.lal" . . . confirms Dr. George lfdwards, above, as he concludes the annual physical examination of two happy uspecia mens," lirnest Dierich and Robert Freet. 'UNH TXYU, THRlfli, FUVR . . . count Delores Keller and her "relief" Barbara Hartman, ltjfl, as they practice the improved method of administering artificial res- piration on Clare Davis. 6+ jones, Gloria Parson, Betty Miller C MHDICAI, S'I'.-Xlflf . . . assembles to discuss future plans for the school's health program. SL'IZfc'lI', ffjfl fo righf, are: Miss Dorothy Dunklelmerger, nurseg Dr. Arthur Kunkle, dentistg Mrs. Frances Romlmerger, nurse. Sffllllifllf, frjfl lo right, are: Dr. C. S. Stitt, dentistg Dr. William Dietrich, physi- ciang and Dr. George lfdwards, physician. PHYSICAL EDUC.-X'l'lON lNS'I'Rl'C'l'ORS . . . draw up intramural lvadminton sched- ules. Russell Poole and Mrs. Mary Paolone, above, ffjfl, supervise these tournaments. 'l'l'rXKlf A DEEP BRE,-X'I'H . . . and hold it," explains Powers X-Ray Service technician, zzbocr, righl, to Paul Wacker as john XVeigle waits for his free chest X-ray, an annual service spon- sored hy the Cumberland County Tuberculosis Association. JUMP SHOT . . . hy George Smith, brfow, Aft, adds points for his intramural squad. Mark Turhan, l,arry Kauffman, l.avere l,inthurst and George Porter pause awaiting the result. "STRONG BONES . . . are essential to good health," explains Mrs. Mary Paolone, bvfoic, right, to health students Nancy Lambert, Delores Gardner and Patricia U'Sullivan. NOONTIMF . . . lunchers include, below, row our: Barbara Martin, Ann Miller, Elizabeth Brackbill, Helen Zalkan, I.inda Ivakefield. Row Iwo: Nancy Gruver, Gladys Rehm, Sally Krone. Row three, Diane Hollister, Sarah Iiisley -Ioyce Arnold. 3 MAGAZINE CAMPAIGN . . . gets under way, righl, with explanations by Roy Gamber, Curtis Circulation Company representative. 9 DRIVER TRAINING . . . students, bvfow, fqfk, leave on a daily biaunt. Vicki Brockman, Cynthia Orner, .lane Harkison, Janet Kerstetter and John Zitto, instructor, smile for the cameraman. 9 STUDY HAI.I, . . . scene, below, right, finds Ann Miller, Mary Zeiders and Patricia Herr in a familiar pose. CHERRY PIIHI. . .conf testants, ffjfl, display ecne aflfle their pastries for judges. Entrants in the all-male event were Charles Ross, Joseph Dorwart, Donald Blazer and Garry Mur- ray. lafNDI.laiSS PRACTICE . . . produces a champ- ionship band. Early morning rehearsals yield frozen fingers and tingling toes. Activity periods find the musicians marching, 116090, in preparation for football games. 66 tie 66745 would, Y A-X'l"l'R.-XC'I'lYl'l DISPIAY for the Christmas season is posted, riglzf, by energetic art students David james, Jacqueline Rretz, Sally Krone and Donald Blazer. -IVNIOR HI-l.l'l'F . . . editors, 142, empty the suggestion box in search for original material and ideas. Janice Martson and l,inda Harlacher look through the con- tributions with Mrs. Mary Myers, adviser. ' MILK SlalI,I.l'lRS . . . faithfully serve fellow stuf dents each lunch hour. Rose Muza and Catherine Mikos, riglzf, sell an average of So half-pints daily. H.-XNIDY-MHN . . . build Christmas sleighs as gifts for the holiday. lfrank l5rankenheld,-lay Hoover and l,avere l,inthurst, before, fi-77, also assemble cabinets and desks for classrooms during their shop periods. ' XYHI ,l ,li-X RN lil? l5lfPXS'l' . . . is devoured by hungry stage crew members. A chile con carne meal is enjoyed, brfow, riglzl, before the boys leave to play records for noontime dancing. Seated clockwise around the table are David james, .lon Hotliman, Tracy Rhodes, Charles Hoffman, l,ee Croke, Richard Neely and lalllwood Neimen. .N'nz1111'i11g are 'llhomas ames, Clark Donley, john Smeltz, adviser, and Richard Rutz. ,-Y., ., 3 fi-,I by f .,,.1 1 ,.. if i t.,, X X .. I - A fs . it C C 41" ii ' . ' N C gg tw sa-0 A '-"N-M, xc, ' 3 ativan f ce it .3-. 4 .7 fd! 4 -- L 1 U - , X .Aw Q 795' 'X .- . -qv- vr A-M W 75 A i gig'-:':'A':.f1?5':-ww tn, - 'Q ,Q W '74,-:de pad we daaedad cz 1414646 mzdepmeewtwedaaea L - -CHURCHILL xj 14 " r- -,. '.-V, , A -" If 'II 'aff' I , i I I It I 'N 7 I . Q In W fel arf? I I THF I,I'I"I'I,IQ INDIAN S'I'AIfI" . . . prepares the school handbook for publica- tion. Information concerning courses, regulations, schedules, dances, clubs, etc. is included in this useful manual. New students and freshmen are presented with a free copy to aid in their orientation. Pic- tured rigfzl, seated, are: Col- ette I,a Vanture, Mardee I"Iichelberger, Mary :Xnn Gem- mill, Sandra Reimer, janet Snyder, Ada Bair, Ruth Diehl. Row Iwo: Miss Doris -lean Iirise, adviser, jerry Coleman, David james. deze mae two maya CURRIQSPONDIQNCH CI,l'B . . . consisting of the TIMIQS editorial hoard and two juniors, re- ceives remuneration for writing the latest high school news to be published in the Irlarrisburg Patriol and The EZ't'7lfIl,Q Xfwf. Nvalnz' are: .Ianis 'I'itler, 'IIIMFS co-editor and Gail Ifley. -hlllZ7Ifii71,f are: Barbara Borke, TIMES managing editor, Mardee Iiichellverger, co-editorg and Mary I,ou Ifluss. 2' . I c if Te' Q hy . . I SHAVVNIHIINI IHIDITURI.-XI, S'I'AIfI". . . the deadline approaches as the staff puts finishing touches to pictures, page layouts and copy. Pictured Avfnw, row amz' Ann Miller, .-Xtha Baer, Sandra Reimer, editor-in-chiefg james Nissel, Sandra Prowell, Iilizabeth McGrath. Row Iwo: Iflizabeth Braclcbill, Mrs. Ruth Roadarmel, adviser, John Vlertz, Marjorie johnson, Marian Bupp, Ianis 'I'itler, Dorene Brosius, Patricia Troxell, Helen Zalkan, Patricia Dierich, Barbara Martin, George.Smith, Sallv Krone. Row f!11'm'.' Barbara Stoner, Mary Baker Sally Wilson, Georgann Snell, Mardee Ialichelberger,Barbara Borke, Nancy Altland. 1' I af cpfzeaddaq hgh: Pl'Bl,lCA'l'lUNS ADYISHRS . . . the guiding lights who lead the school newspaper and yearlwook to top awards. Their numerous duties include edit- ing copy and directing the Finances of the puhlica- tions. Pictured riglzl, are: Mrs. Ruth Roadarmel, SH.-UYNlailai adviserg Miss Mary Brubaker, husiness manager of the TIMES and SHAW'Nl'il'fg Miss l Blanche Slayhaugh, 'l'lMlHiS adviser. SH.-XXYNlflni l3l'Sl- NHSS S'l'.-Xlflf . . . vital in the pulwlication ofa prize-winning year- hook. Pictured ft-77, mfs' rmr: Miss Mary Bru- lnalier, adviserg Rich- ard Chorpenning, Mary Gemmill, liusiness man- agerg l.eslie Alher, -Ioan Zeigler. Ro-ic' I-zen: .Iac- queline Spahr, -lanet Hartman, llayidnlames, Donald Koller, 'l'helma Diller, Charles Ross, lohn Wleigle, Garry gsm- lX'lurray, Constance XE Berrier. Rniclf11w.' lon X hyfjjf HoH'man, lna Wise, -lacquellne Bretz, Doris laihman, Mary feiders, Nancy Gruyer, Sandra Smith. 'l'lMl'iS S'l'Al"lf . . . struggles with dummies, copy and galleys to maintain precedent ol' editing and managing one ot' the nationls top high school newspapers. Pictured M'fr1'zC,7'r1iCw1U.' Miss Blanche Slay- haugh, stalliadviserg B. Borlie, ll. Stonesilier, 'l'itler, M. liichellnerger, Miss Mary lirulialier, liusiness adviser. Row I-wo: D. Brosius, H. Zalkan, Arnold, S. Norford, M. lfluss, nl. Harkison, Ci. Rehni, R, Diehl, Nissel, R. Kennedy, B. llonley, G. Smith. New tf11'm'.' A. Miller, P. llierich, S. Reimer, S. Prowell, G. Snell, B. Stoner, l. XYise, M. Baker, C. Yeager, N. .-Xltland, Romlverger, G. lfley, li. Hollister. my 'Y H1 -1 1554 I ..-sr 54. 'E CUMMIQRCIAI. ART Cl,l'B . . . all vlsul lw Mrs. lilflllllbl' Stzmtcm, furnlsln-s posturs lim' SL-Imwl Llllkl community 1lH.1lll'S. Nh-mlwcrs 2ll'L' sell-uml from nrt clusscs lvy clulm warn. Plctlnrull fzhfzw, .ft'11fl'l!.' Sully Kl'1ll1L', prcslllcntg Hzxrlmrzl Slmlw, ,-Xrlm liawr, limln Xyukuliclll, Sllllklfil fciglcr, Ccmsruncc Nlurmunr. Nf1z21fXi114g.' liurlmrzl limlac, Nlzumlcc l'w.lk'l1ClITCl'l:IL'l', Culcrru ',llv2lllfLll'C, N2lI1L'l' Alrlanul, Clmrlcs Russ, tluscpll llfwwzlrf. PHCYIUCIR,-Xl'HY Cl,l'l3 . . , :will workers for sl-luml m-wspnpcr :mul f'L'lll'- lmuk rake ir1vcrmn'y of photo suppllcs. Picturcll left, arc: Rfmzxlll Kcrmuly, Luc Cmlae, .lulm Smcltl, :ulvlscrg :xml -Iznm-s Nlsscl. DR.-XXI,-Elll Ll.l I3 . . . srrlvcs rw culrivzltc slpcurlm illlkl llrzlmzxrlc inrurprctzlrlmw. 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N 1 if i l l,l", CliRCl,l'i FR,-XNC,-XIS l . . . employs visual ainls to enhance vocalmulary. Row mfr: Neal Sipe, ixll'S.,lil'1Cll11ll Nlarks, aalviserg jane Brugnoni, Dayitl Nlerrill, Barliara Borke, .lerry Coleman. Row liao Russel Shorter, janet Snyder, Nancy .-Xltlantl, Mary lX1argaret Park, lanet Kerstetter, Sandra Nlumma, Sarah lfllen lniisley, Diana Zimmerman, Sandra Nliller, Patricia Nlaiorano. Rn-ic ffzzw: Sandra Zeigler, .lane Harliison, Nancy Poet, Paula l,antz, :Xutlrey Roof, Colette l,aVanture, Carole Dorwart, Mary l.ouise lfislier, Arlene O'Neal. .N'f1111f1'i21g: Sandra Reimer, presitlent. 7 do da Me wozld af 66945 and cpeecd, SPANISH CI.l'B . . . stimulates interest in Soutli American neiglilwors. -Vr11fm', mic rule: .-Xutlrey Wleary, lXl1ll'Sl12l Nonemalier, Mary .lane Baker, Richard Chorpenning, presinlentq Ricliarnl Neeley, Doris liliman. 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I W 11 1410 11 X 1 u11Ie11r Cl 11 111, uc , IL Q r Ll xf 1 1111 f es B11 vw, VN XMIIS, 5 5LI1rz1Lk, S Sm 1 111 e 1 11c111s 1111, S 10.11111 ,Q Sham R Llll 1 S H1111rr111 I L111 Q L L , L11 L Ii S1 1 IS? eg-1 7 dddff 66745 a candle af mwlmazfcmdmg . . . R.-XDIO S'l'Alfl5 . . . brozulcasts the Saturday morning Schools' Report on station WCMB. l'nder the supervision of john johnson, adviser, these students prepare scripts, determine musical selections, and ar- range all technical phases of the broadcast. Before the microphone, reading the script, are Mary Ann Gem- mill and jerry Coleman, while Sandra Reimer, director, times the dialogue. Sf'fztefz', row one: lflizabeth McGrath, Mary Park, Sandra Norliord, Jane Harkison. Row I-wo: Sarah lilisley, Starr Macliarlane, Collete l.aYanture, Carol Christian, Sandra Prowell, Barbara Borke, .lanet Snyder. Rnwl!m'f'.' Robert Kiehl, Row- land Richardson, Richard Neeley. 3 'ls S'l'l'iNU Cl.l'l5 . . . supervised by Mrs. Ruth Roadarmel, provides secretarial service to faculty members. Pic- tured below, xvzzlrff, row 07117 Jacqueline Bretz, Barbara Horton, janet Hartman. Rate two: Thelma Diller, Jacqueline Spahr, president, .-Xtha Baer, Patricia Troxell. Row llzrmx' Nancy Gruver, .loan Zeigler, Georgann Snell. .S'l1zmz'i21g.' Marian Bupp, lna Wise, Sally YYilson, Barbara Stoner, Barbara Martin, Dorene Brosius, Sally Krone, lallizabeth McGrath, Donna Stonesifer, Robert Buxton, lallmer Shaub. CIHQNTRAI. 'l'RliASl'RY. . .handles the financial transactions for all school organizations with the exception of the Athletic Association. Pictured rfgfzlf hlayhelle Hrenizer, Gloria Wvilt anal Rohert Deck, zulviser, check one of their numerous accounts. .-Xppointf ment to this responsihle position ale- mantls high integrity, honesty and lsooliliceping proficiency. K NATION.-Xl. HONOR SOClli'l'Y . . . memhers exem- plify the qual- itiesofcharacter, scholarship, leaclership and service. Picturenl 1977, mic one, are: Ueraltl Hrinton, :ulviserq lf. Mc- Grath,S.Reimer, presinlehtg lf. Bracklwill, ll. lirosius.R0iUI-iam' lj. Stonesiller, Nl. Gemmill, bl. Coleman, Nis- sel, l.. Bomgartl- ner, Nl. liichel- herger, B. Borke. R016 lf17'r'r'.' Snytler, C. Ur- ner, Nl. Park, illirler, S. lfislev . 3 C. l,al anture, S'l'l'l7liN'l' COl'NCll ,... representatives tletermine worthwhile projects. Picturetl befuzc, rn-ac rum' .lohn johnson, atlviserg -lohn Hertz, lf. Tracy Rhodes, presitlentg Patricia llierich, lilizalmeth liraclilvill, .lerry Cole- man. Ro-ic lien: Harry Sc-ip, Mark 'l'url1an,rXalrian Stetler, NVantla Shive, Nancy Wigfieltl, Nancy .-Xltlantl, Mary Baker, -I anis Titler, lYinif'retl Prowell, Norman Duey, john Kohn. Raw l!1rrr.- l.arry Hesketh, Samuel lirinton Barry' Schwartz, Nlarian Bupp, Colette l.aYanture, Shirley Vaughn, Georgann Hollaml, .loanne feigler . Nlargiorie Nearhootl, Nancy Hantlshaw, l.intla Hepler, Uonaltl llilliplane. M is v 'l'Rl-Hlfl' . . . M Row our: Marian Bupp,SandraProw, ell, Mary Baker, Sally Wvllson, pres- ident, Gladys Rehm, .loyee Ston- er. Row Iwo: linda Wakefield, Yvonne Snyder,Marylfluss, Sandra Miller, So- phia Rosinski, .lac- queline Bretz, Doris lfhman. Row !lm'4'.' Constance Berrier, Kathleen lfarles, Sandra Romherger, Mary Herman, Paula Lantz, Shir- ley Willis. l lt 13 5 l HI-Y . . . supports world service projects with money and serylee. Ple- tured bwfnw, ft-77, ro-ac' wie: .lohn Conley, Frank lrranlienhelt son, Raymond Vhvllf, Bolvert Best, Thomas Papp. 160-wtwn: lrrank l.ll1Ll2lLlCI', l,arry Worley, lfloyd Hutton, NYayne l, Alfred Qlohn- Donald Koller, Belmont, Dale lfinli, .lerry Brandt, president. Rr,-zc1!11w.' Howard Shaffer, Ronald George, Dale Sterner, Russel Shorter, Clair Wilt, Glenn Steager. .N'f1z11r2'i11g, john fitto, adviser. 'l'Rl-HLY. . .Rff-zcwnz' -loan feigler, -Ioann Moore, Vllirtilretl Shurll, Sandra hlumma, Leslie Rllmer, .lanet Hartman. Row Iwo: Carol Ryder, Sandra Stetler, Helen Treder, Sonia Thomp- son, hlary Staurler, Mary ZClLlCl'S, Mlss .-Xnn Bleeker, advlser. Rn-cc !l1rm'.' Barlmara Horton, Barlmara lN'lartln, Nancy Ort, Mary luslng, llonna .-Xrtley, Beverly Bennzlr. Q H 1 1 . . . wide! 4646! aaa! de ,eat cal. TRI-HI-Y . . . strives to promote high standards of christian living, under the ahle leadership of Mrs. Edith David and Miss Ann Blecker. Service to community and school is the chief 'lim l th' ' ' U . . o is organization, a branch of the Central YMCA. Th ' lt f ' N ' ' ' ' e prlncip e eature on the agenda is 1 held trip to 'Nlew 3 ork in thc spring. The club conducts selling projects to raise funds for this excfirsion. R ' : If l. C' ow one im 1 Iotloli, Verdella Morrow, Cynthia Orner, Constance Menear, Vicki Brockman Alice Gr1Hith,J1net Kerstetter Cl ure Ye 1 fer. Y , . , 2 1 5. Row Iwo: jane Harkison, Mary Randall, Patricia Troxell, Rovenna Gundy, Patricia Miller, Catherine Mikos, Marjorie l.esher, Phyllis Lengeman, Marv Fisher Row flzree' Patsie Quigley' Elinor Johnson lolin 1 I 1 .. I A . . I ' , 1 : , D e Winter, Joann Shettle, .lane Brugnoni, Audrey Roof, W inilred Prowell, Joyce Tritt, Carole Dorwart. if ca . ,,,, i J In lr T gf' TRI-HI-Y . . . Raw nur: Mary Park, Georgann Snell, Sandra Norliord, Uorene Brosius, presi- dent, janet Snyder, Ann Miller, Helen Zalkan, Patricia llierich. Row Iwo: Sandra Reimer, -lacqueline Spahr, Maylvelle Brenizer, Gloria Wilt, Colette l.aVanture, Nancy Altland, Gail lfley, :Xrdith lfstep, Mary Gemmill, Mary Marzolf, Donna Stonesifer, .Ioyce Arnold, Atha Baer. Ro'a1!'H.-Sz al FV ' ' 7 " " " ' ' ' U W 1711 iru aslex, liloise lrauqh, Nancy Qzruver, Sandra Smith, Mardee ltlchellme . C . rgell Barbara Borke, .lanis Titler, lna Wise, Barhara Stoner, Deann Balnlmitt. i wind I 0 w f l 7fzouq4 ' 4 wimetkedawza S'l',-KGB CRI-IW . . . under the di- rection of John Smeltz, maintains and operates audio-visual and stage equipment. Lqft, row mlv: C. Hotf- man, 'lf James, l.. Croke. Rom' two: C. llonley, B. Schwartz, lf. Nieman, Coleman. Row three: J. Nissel, R. Kutz, R. Neeley, T. YYildman, Hoffman, D. James, B. Seip, li. Rhodes, J. Smeltz, ad- viser. SCHNHRY C R lil W . . . builds stage sets under the able instruction of jesse Flicker, in- dustrial arts teacher. Riglzl, .ffa111z'i11g: XY. Yyilt, Yinger, U. Blazer, presi- dentq H. Hotf- mcier, G. Mur- ray, YV. Brenner, J. Hoover. Frm1l.' If. lfrankeniield, R. Freet. R. YYarren, ll. lfor- ry, 15. Morrow. 80 RED CROSS COUNCIL . . . sponsors annual magazine drive and talent show at State Hospital under the leadership of Miss Dorothy Dunklelmerger, school nurse. Jbozfe, row amz' W'ilson, Snell, Prowell, Snyder, Kiehl, president, Neeley, Stoner, Yvise, Menear, Holland, Brown. Row Iwo: Grissinger, Bock, Snyder, Gruver, Troxell, Quigley, W'ise, Fisher, Grifiith, l.esher, Brockman, Morrow, Martin, Ort. Row lhrvc: Diehl, Blessing, Lengeman, Krick, Bowers, Rockey, Hesketh, Morrow, Reese, Dierich, Allmer, Krone, Rothrocli. if 667415 'ze came . . . ll-XNCH B.-XNIJ . . . renllers lmeli- grounll music and entertainment i lwetween nets at rlie senior play, also appears at various seliool functions. Niglzl, mic rule: l.ee Crolie, Hzlrry Nlinskey, Parker Uelyzllt, Xyillmur Nlaelvor, Sally XYilson. Row Iwo: l,z1rry Homgzlrllner, Rolvert Kielil, Neal Sipe, -Inmes Lauterlmeli, Roger lfstep, john Weigle. Raw lhrrw: David james, Rieharnl Husila, Donald Dilliplzlne, Rielmral Curp, lflizzilierli Nlefimtli. 'lj'-5 " NNW! , ww URCHlfS'l'R.-X . . . provides musical interlulles for plays, zlssemlwlies 21l'lLl commence- ment. .lbrmg mic amz' M. Miller, ll. Keplinger, l.. Crolie, P. DelYalt, H. lYlinskey, N. Sipe, S. Wilson, XY. Nluelvor. Row lwn: Weigle, R. ltstep, nl. l.zu1tei-lmaeli, D. -IZIIUCS, R, liusilu, ll llilliplune, R. Curp, li. lVleGr:1tl1, accompanist, l. Wjise, l.. Bomgzmlner R. Kielil, S. Reimer. Nflllllllfllf i11f0n'g1'o11mf, lxennetli Sampson, nlireeror. l. I H R .-X Rll' QI.lB...il1s, plays new lirerf airy znlclitions. l.1jY, mic mir: R. lNleGi'z1tl1,l'l.ML'- Gi'z1tl1,pi'esillenr- s M. lxlllflilll, I. Win ter. lCf1ia'I'rc'n.' Y. liroekmzm, -I. liretz, lfer- row, Rolmert- son, N. .-Xlrlunll, S. Krone, Sliuey, N. llllllllf slmw, P. Quig- ley. Ruiz' ffl1'1'1'.' C. Blessing, li. Blessing, Nl Scl1ulmei't,l'.Mil- ler, XY. Brown, G. Hollzlnll, l.. XYintei'myer, C. Davis, 5. liley, Q ea ewdleea and waging. GlRI.S' CHORUS . . .renders inspiring music to delight all occasions, under the direction of musical superf visor, Miss Grace Spangler. plbocf, row mmf: II. Zeigler, Moore, .-X. I.engeman, S. Norford, P. Quigley, B. Borke, J. Bretz, S. Prowell, B. Shuler. Row Iwo: Miller, ll. Campbell, R Diehl, P.. McGrath, l. Wise, P. Johnson, S. Wilson, ll. Snyder, B. Horton, A. Miller, Hartman. Ro-iv tlzrvix' K. lfarles, C. Bock, l.. Gotloli, D Balulwitt, nl. Winter, H. Treder, M. Randall, M. Gemmill, P. Herr, M. Johnson, ,-X. Baer. GIRLS' CHORl'S . . . 2lUgITlCIlfS C011- certs and assemlvlies. Righf,1maff11w.' tl. Bili- lmons, M. liluss, S. Smith, M. liichclg lmerger, 'l'itler, li. Bracliliill, .-X. Roof Nl. Marzolf, M. Zeidf ers. Rowtwo: B. Mar- tin, M. Nonemaker B. Springer, R. Mc- Grath, S. Prowcll, .-Xrnold, S. Shearer l,. Shcafler, B. Lehi mer, S. Reimer, Miss Grace Spangler, rector. Rn-zu flizw: .-X. lfstep, ul. Brennemen C. Christian, S. lsfisley, C. l ,aVanture,.I. Brug- noni, C. Shaw, P. Troxell, M. Fisher P. Diericli, M. Spar. ver. BOYS' CHORUS . . . organizes a legal practice for all locker room, shower singing lmasses and lmaritones. Below, row ow: N. Sipe, G. Murray, R. Speese, B. Schwartz, R. Whitcomli, XYeigle, I. HoH'man, P. DelYalt. Ro-ac Iwo: lf. Neiman, T. Scott, ' Kohn, D. James, G. Smith, D. Merrill, G. Houck, l.eese, H. Minskey. Row flznwz' R. Chorpenning, T. Papp, Hertz, Brandt, l,. Heskcth, Hoover, M. Nliller, R. Kiehl, R. listep, R. Basila, I.. Hartzell. 2 NIIXI-QD CHORIS . . . vo, LYIIIZCS carols :ind lively mel odies in the unnuzil schr Christmas program. High, 0 X mic mfr: nl. Zeigler, I.. Shez1H'e', I 1 I'IUI'I'-INIIII, 3. -zunes, Shaw, S. Proxvell, H. Iredel QU. I XIIXPIJ CHORUS . . . under the direction of Kenneth Sampson, musical director, furnishes harmonious musical contributions to assembly programs. .1'b0ce,1mco71r.' A. Lengemun, R. Diehl, R. Speese, Ii. Schwartz, -I. Hoover, QI. Bilmlvons, B. I.ehmer. R02ctic0.' M. Nonemaker, C. Christian, S. Wilson, P. Troxell, G. Houck, -I. I,eese, H. Miiiskey, M. Sparver, B. Springer, H. Shuler, K. Sampson, director. Row lhrrc.' A. Miller, I. Wise, S. Norford, R. Chorpenning, I.. Hesketh, R. Pstep, P. Dierich, M. Gemmill, S. Reimer, Ii. Nlzirtin. 1- S -4 W .P X w , we. .em Qlf . x 2? I if 'W 3 I.. Lroke, I,. Hurtzell, I.Pz1p .-X. Baer, P. Herr, Rafe -za' S. She:1re', 1. . ' "1 , Iirzicklmill, S. Ifisley, G. Smit Rn-ic' ffmvx' I'IZll'flN2lH, Nl Ifisher, I,. Gotlolu, I. Scott BVZIHLIY, tl.. Hertz, NI Nllller, NI. Idicliellwerger, 'l'itIer, Ig. Iiorlic. N.: 1 B9 I INIIXPIJ CHORUS . . . highlights church concerts and the :inf nuul Spring Choral Iflcstivnl Ivy IIRIVINUII- izing spiritual :ind re- ligious numlwers after long practice sessions. 1,1-77, rn-rc ll7I1'.' R. Nlcs gruth, R. Horton, R. XYhitcomh, il. XXL-igle, G. Nlurrziy, S. Smith, If. -Iohnson. Ruiz' f'zc'n: DI. Snyder, M. Randall, W. Hac- Ivor, Kohn, G, Zimmerman, -I. Iiretz, -I . IgI'CI1I1L'lN2lI1,.'x. Roof. Rr1icf!1n'r'.' S. Prowell, M. feiders, K. Ifnrles, P. IleXY:1lt, ID. Mer- rill, C. Cook, P. Quig- ley, IU. Ilzllilmitt, NI. Mzirzolf. HH.-XID 'l'YYlRl.l'iR . . . Sandra Prowell, ff-72, displays her aluility as an aerolsat. Leading all routines and fancy steps for the twirlers is Sandra's duty. Q COVER Olflfl . . is the ever-present command during the Harrislxurg lwand parade December 6. The New Cumlwen land outfit, befo-LJ, eopped one of three superior ratings among 18 area lmands for the seeond consecutive year. A spring eoneert as well as representation in county, district and state festivals make their schedule a full one. On May Zl, the lwandsmen journeyed to Middle- town as defending champions of the Olmsted trophy. 'lllGlaiR . . . Raymond Johns, fzboue, ftjfl, team mascot, symbolizes sehool spirit. Q BAND . . . displays amusing and entertaining formations at footlmall games. Row nur, bvfow: Prowell, Rehm, Park, Borke. Row Iwo. liluss, XYakeheld, Xyeigle, Whiteomlm, Horliman, lfvertts, lfortenliaugh, lfvertts, lippley, l-locker, Knorr, Braelalxill, liiehellmerger, Lengeman, Norford. Rota' flmuz' johnson, Quigley, Miller, Kerstetter, Simmons, Seiluert, Hamill, PeiHier, Clem, Martin, Treder, Smith, l'mlulelmy, Stonesifer, Lesher, Quigley. Row fwfr: Menear, Prosser, Burk- hart, Ruotli, Krenikau, XYeltmer, Savage, lirnst, Shuler, Hall, Ruth, lfley, Sheatler, Yeager, Harkison, Brosius, Stoner. l3owj?L'1'.- Lengeman, Croke, Price, Curp, Diehl, Shearer, Shaw, 'l'urlvan, liiichellmerger, Reimer, Wilson, Snyder, Smith, Sipe, Baekentoss. Row .fi.x'.' listep, Kiehl, james, l7eNYalt, Zimmerman, Basila, Updegralf, Nlinslaey, Garret, Cook, Maelvor, Krelvs. 76 Z gow-z eczqefz eqee weld legit. BAND lfRON'l' . , . wins 2lCCl1lil11 :lr footlvzlll gnmcs and lmmi pnrzuics for snappy pu-cisimm. ylbozw, Nfzlllzf my, L'OIUl'gll2U'llI B2ll'l5ill'2l Smncr, squad lczldcr, Phyllis I,Cl1gL'IU2ll1, llurcm' BIYJSUIS, xlill'-iUl'iL' IA-slwcr, Sumlru Nmfcml. fx'21m'fi21g', lvzmmw' currncrs: Ilnrlus Rchm, Mary Park. Q HAND IllRIfC'l'OR . . . 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'lx wx - ' H .v x fl fu R Q. fmx v f XBQXQ 9 .M . :-qi 'xx 1 N X HALL OF FAME BARBARA BORKE jAMES NISSEL TIMES Managing Editorg Majorette Honor Societyg SHAWNEE Photographer DORENE BROSIUS SANDRA PROWELL Honor Society Sec.g SHAWNEE Head Twirlerg SHAWNEE MARDEE EICHELBERGER I SANDRA REIMER TIMES Co-editorg Honor Society SHAWNEE Editorg Honor Society Pres. - MARY ANN GEMMILL I GEORGE SMITH SHAWNEE Business Managerg Cheerleader Football Co-captaing SHAWNEE ELIZABETH MCGRATH DONNA STONESIFER Honor Society Treas.g Chorus Accompanist , TIMES Bus. Mgr.g Miss N. C. Hi ANN MILLER ,IANIS TITLER SHAWNEEQ TIMES Staff TIMES Co-editorg Honor Society 0 If .. " W SHAWNEE CONGRATULATES . . . these seniors in the Hall of Fame for 1955. Their qualities of service leadership, scholarship, andcharacter have earned them this award. Pictured above, seated, left to right, are Dorene Brosius, Mardeeiichelberger, Mary Ann Gemmill, Sandra Prowell, Ann Miller, Elizabeth McGrath Standing: Donna Stonesifer, Sandra Reimer, George Smith, james Nissel, janis Titler, Barbara Borke. A WHO'S WHO MOST POPULAR MOST STUDIOUS Gladys Rehm janis Titler john Wertz james Nissel MOST ATTRACTIVE MOST TALENTED Gladys Rehm Q . Sandra Smith Robert H. Miller. jerry Brandt MOST ATHLETIC MOST CO-OPERATIVE Nancy Altland Elizabeth McGrath Donald Blazer Richard Chorpenning BEST ALL AROUND MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Sandra Reimer Sandra Reimer jerry Brandt Douglas Mowrey .4 I ,,...'.,.V SHAWNEE CONGRATULATES . . . these seniors in the Who's Who for 195 5. Popular vote of their class- mates awarded these honors for outstanding achievement. Pictured above, seated, left to right, are: Gladys Rehm, Nancy Altland, Elizabeth McGrath,ijanis Titler, Sandra Smith, Sandra Reimer. Kneeling: john Wertz, Robert H. Miller, Donald Blazer, Richard Chorpenning, james Nisselgjerry Brandt, Douglas Mowrey. lxvlrll.-Ylllflx . . . to the senior play is ollierecl lay l,eslie All5L'I'2ll1Ll.lL'l'l'f Brandt, picturetl Mfn-za, from the senior class Hoat it-my H.-Xl,l,UXYli'l'iN Ql'liliN . . . Glatlys Rehm, reigns over ig M U g K the C. S. O. Dance. Pictured zzbncc. .vf1z11f1'i2zg, are: l,arry if 'Q V Honigarclener, Vicki Brocliman, Patricia Maiorano, .lohn Hertz, lf. Tracy Rhoiles, Queen's escort, kneels. lJRl'iSlJl'iN l3Ul.l,S . . . come to life before spectators on iiiiiiiiii he XYICIRID .Xl'l',-XRITIONS . . . anil lovely tlisplays cloniinate New Cunilwerlantl as the annual Hallowe'en Paratle sponsoreil lwy rhe Community Service Organi- zation on Octoluer If progresses along Briclgc Street. Kirk lfire- stone, Harvey lfmlwicli, Mrs. lflizalseth Shutt, Rolwert l,eese :intl Kenneth Bowen, pictureml fi-72, call square glances from rhe prize winning float of New Cumli- erland Culw Pack og. this moonlit night as these miniature mannequins from l.'Iiml,Cthx,iIIe glide into view. PRl1LliDlNC1 . . . the gay, costunieil celelvrants is lovely Gladys Rehni as s 'af Mm., lezuls the paranle in il manner lmenrting .1 queen. E .QT QC ,4,a,ecmeat gaeen cmaedfd 40: ,bemleoe 66945. XYINNING Shlll.lfS . . . czlptivzltc towns- pcoplc as thc quccn, Gladys Rehm, 1'z'l1lU7', :intl hcr nttcmlunts, Pzitricia Nlziiomnu, !fjf7, :intl Vicki Bruckniam, rigfzf, lcntl :1 rcgzil air to rhc event. Sl 'fCl'lSSl"l 'l , S.-X IVA RI . . . pmnally pwscs with its kill. This grunp ul' ,innglc -lUlll'llL'f'lNL'll also caiptutctl unc ul' thc- niziny ziwzmls prcscntctl ln' tht- C. S. U. Ptizcs wcrc gruntcnl tu thc lvcst tlrcssctl, thc linnnicst cusf tunic, thc lalrgcst mzircli- ing group, thc must liczui- tiliul :intl mwriginall tlmlts :intl to many' untstzintlnig nialsqncrznlcrs. IAXYBIQIQ.-XKlHlRS' l,.-XMl'lN'l'. . . is pcrsunilictl hy A,"l iq-si HJ :Fa this ycstcrycurpulicclnzin,pictL1l'ctlfl-77. ' lflNAl .li . . . lfrzink Hilllilllllll, clizlirnialn of thc C. S, U., cliinnxcs thc l'lllllUWC,Cll ficstivitics hy crmxning Queen Glzulys, picturctl brfn-sc, with hcr 2lfTL'lNlill1fS, Vicki Bmckinun :intl Pi1fl'lL'li1 lXl2llUl'1lIlU. Q GMA NIIKRNI.-KIDS . . . fish and sea horses lend an underwater at- mosphere to dancers at the Deep Sea Drag, the annual senior party, October 9, 1954. The decorated gym is filled to capacity as students dance in the swirling sea. .ldgdta af lie aacvzld, cmd alma of Me damcm mace. SHNIORS . . . stop their dancing to gaze at this original lighthouse. lhfmc, fqfl, are: lirnest Horton, Helen Zalkan, Mary Ann Gemmill, Douglas Nlowrey, Larry lxanrlman, llorene Brosius, George Smith, Sandra Reimer. Q THF BIG NIGHT . , . comes to a close as these tired gals remove all traees of Neptune's kingdom. liefn-ic, Tfcffll, are: Sally Krone, .-Xtha Baer, Gladys Rehm. 1' ' N . ,D 9 . yt : by Y t i s MCOINIH UNH! COMF :Xl.l,l . . . to the greatest show on earth," shouts james Nissel, zzbnzw, senior circus i521I'kt'l'. 0 GARIA MONSTER . . . I,21l'l'X' KZILIH'-INZIVI, Wzirlvles il IUHC with the Three Greeks, 11b0:'t',r1lQf1f.' George Smitlytlmi HoH'mun, David james. SQl f-XR HST SQl '.-XRHS fvgfffm . . .z1ttr:1ctz1ttentirm. Pic- K ,W Wiki? turetl riglzf, ure: Georgzmn ' Q, , Snell :xml Bzirlwzirzi Burke. 5 .K ivlxiwf' ' 5 is . .i,. ' K l,.-XPGHINCE . . . prairie- Q ing, circus clmm, llmmziltl I 5' 'tx 0551 Koller, b4'f0iL', gives Gladys is ' , Rclim ai ride through the Q 0 gym. 5 k 5 Q l is x ' . C Q .::. : .,.-...,:q:e L, lt' in .H t 5 IJIOTS . . . main side sliuw alttrzietimi. 15 'icturctl rfgfzl, ure: Bzirluurzi Stoner, Littlest fiizmtg llomiu Stonesifer, Boy- f41lCCKi Nlmikeyg -Ion HC3H1IT1ZlI1, Biggest Nlitiget. ik .1 DISCL QQINC the Football Hop abou, are. Rohert Mlller Dorene Brosrus Donald Blazer, qillltlfl Prowell one Qtoner Intl VX une Hiller. LONG LIVE THF, K l N G A N D QUHFN Greeting the happy throng is the royal Couple, Donald Bla- zer and Sandra Prowell. The queen is heatl twirler of the lnand frontg the king, co-captal n of the football team. 94 7a that fdefwe ' 9 l DONALD BL.-XZFR RHIGNING MAJI-1S'I'lC.-Xl.l.Y . . . over the Turliev Dax' Game, as onlv a queen can, ls Sandra Prowell, center. Her attendants are: Dorene Brosius, ftjff, and Joyce Stoner, righf. These heauties are chosen from the senior class to com- pete for queen. The tloor vote at the lfoothall Hop, Novemher 2-, designates the queen. :added Jean :gem an Meme. ui fi? f SANDRA PROWFILI. Hl'RRllil3l,Y PREP.-XRING for the last quarter are these senior football stars and nominees. Working together as a team, Robert Miller, riglzl, waits patiently as Donald Blazer straightens his tie. Wayne Hiller, lefl, smooths his hair with a final flick of the eomli. 95 SMILING BRI+IA'I'HI.Ie1SSI,Y . . . after the coro nation is the royal court: Robert Miller, Dorene Brosius, Donald Blazer, Sandra Prowcll, .loyte Stoner and Wayne Biller. DRHSSINC1 ANX- lOl'SI,Y for the big moment are the candidates for the throne. Apply- ing the Finishing touches to their splendor, Dorene Brosius comlws San- dra Prowell's hair, as Joyce Stoner ad- iusts her dress. 'Meg 574: wild 744, tie ccmaifea WHITIQ CHRISTMAS FORM,-Xl ,... ninth annual Yuletide atliair held Decem- ber 27, 1954, in the high school gym . . . a glistening wonderland of pine and holly . . . a sleigh Filled with gifts shimmering in the rays of blue lights and crystal ball . . . sponsored by the "ll" club under the supervision of lfred Peitler Q lDOllBl,F ll-X'I'l4,S . . . resplendent in festive holiday attire, pause to smile for the photographer. Pictured zzbovv, ffjfl, are: Ronald Coleman, Donna Stone- sifer, Roger laistep, Barbara Borke. 0 A'I"I'RrXCTlYlsi 'l'VVOSOMIi . . . fenlvr, 1477, admiring sparkling decorations and colorful sleigh are: Robert Miller and Rovenna Gundy. Qlail,.-Ylilflj BPI.-Xl' . . . and dazzling date gaze ecstatically at the winter Wizardry. Pictured below, are: Richard Chorpenning and lflizabeth Brackbill. STARRY HYFIQ . . . guys and gals sway to the smooth music of l.eo Runli. Pictured ffjfl, are: Ion HoH'man, Marv Margaret Park, George Smith, Sandra Norford, Roger Hstep, Barbara Borke, Ronald Simpson and Barbara Stoner. ob ide Miva? cameo, ide eumgfzeemz! lf,-XSHION.-Xl3l,l'1 lJl'O . . . displays complete approval uf' the hulitlny cvent as they View the crystalline setting cuvctctl with 21 lmlzmlwt of wlmltc. Pic- tured abncr, ure: Douglas lN'luwtcy zlml lJUl'Cl1L'BI'0SlUS. 0 .lllNlUR Qlll-XR'l'l'1'l' . . . caught lwy the C2lIUL'T'2l as thcy muvc lTIOIllCl1f2lT'llf' from thc festivc tlmmg, l5L'ZlIT1S tit-Iiglmtctlly :lt thc fun :mtl tltolic. lJlL'flll't'kl riglzf, arc: NrJl'l11lll1 llucy, lfliv l1UT.lOl1l1SOl1, llulwcrt Hazel :tml Vcttlcllzl Nlm'rmx'. 'lf-XKINCI A lililfkli . .. :ls tlu' cvcuing klI'ilVYS fu ll clusc zur, mic' amz' Rupp, Wlsc, Ciruvct, Huglwcs, Rout., IH-uwfll, Ciumly. Roi: 15511: Class, lfluuvct, Rlmutlcs, lptlcgtntl, Nlinslicy, liluzcr, Hil- lur. l Q' l lN'l'liRNllSSlUN 'l'lMli ls l'L'l.l'L'Sl1lllL'l1f tlmc fur happy' couples :ls they cruwll nmuml tht- uvcrf fzlvurltu punch lmwl. qlbugw, :um-: Rulwurt Russell, l'lZlf'Wlll'Ll liczlvct, l,1ll'l'f' lfclstct, CHIISTQIHCL' l'lcl'rlc1' mtl -Iulm lirzuly. Ze! Mae aww wound Mae aaa! cz dawn WWW' lfl..-XSHING SNlll,liS . . . of victory are Sally Krone and Ronald Simpson, above, chosen King and Queen of Hearts at the annual Sweetheart Swing. Surrounding the couple are nominees: Ruth Diehl, XYanda Shive, Margie l,esher, .Ion l-lorfman, Paul Miller, Roger Vallecorse. Q "BF, MY V.-Xl.liN'l'lNlHf," . . . exclaim George Smith, Larry Hesketh, -Ion Hoffman, Paul Miller, Roger Valleeorse, Brian llonleyhlerry Bramlt,bffow,!4jff, to Queen Sally. Q SIGHING BRITXTH- l.liSSl,Y . . . over King Ronald are: bvfo-w,rig!1l, Jacquelyn Bilmlvons, .Iaequeline Bretz, YYanda Shive, Margie l,esher, Ruth Diehl, Georgann Snell, Barbara Stoner. S K S rXD,IllS'1'lNG . . . the crown on King Ronald is Miss Blanche Slaybaugh, Sweetheart Swing adviser, while Queen Sally, who has just been adorned, Hashes a triumphant smile. These two topped the penny voting polls at the door February 14. The runners-up automatically lmecame court memluers. ,-Ks a token of remem- lmrance the Queen and King each received a piece of iewelry. QS IHI-1l+1l.HC'I'lUN. . .of MISS NC HI comprises a new feature for '55. Candi- dites for the contest are chosen by the iournalism classes for their qualities ot' service, co-operation, dependability, tourtesy and friendliness. The winner, cletted by the entire student body, was Donna Stonesifer whose title was con- tcrred November If at the Harvest Noc- turne. Pictured rigfil, 1w1lw', Donna proudly displays the bracelet presented 1 her title to Patricia Dierich, frfl, 1nd Helen Zalkan, rfgfil. nkifflllfllflllf are: lrdee Iiichelberger and Alanis 'I'1tler. Pi-XIISING . . . Donna radiates excite- ment as she shows the ribbon and brace- let and reviews memorable events re- sulting from her selection as MISS NC HI. Active in school life, Donna serves as business manager of the 'l'IMlfS, is a member of the National Honor society, 'l'ri-Hi-Y and band. Holding the oltice of class secretary for four years, NIISS NC HI presents additional evidence of her willingness to serve. Q MISS NC HI . . .displays her vivacious personality as she enters room If to at- tend another class in her crowded schedule. I CUNGR.-X'I'I'I,.3x'I'IONS . . . beams Ann Miller, journalism representative, pictured riglzl, as she be- stows the coveted title upon a gracious and grateful Donna. 99 'S' 1 I CHUUSINU . . . the -iunior play, fzbocr, Robert Buxton, Mrs. Tlielma Marks, director, lilizalwetli McGrath and Bar- luara Borlac, student producer, agree on Rifffffr .We Rirliixv, il three act comedy concerning an average family 'Kliitting the -iack pot." I . Wimw bmmaanfo call! l-XD -VN SA'l'lSlf,-XC'l'lUN . . . exemplifies successful vroduction The cast is, pictured brfow, row 0116: D. Blfuei lVlL1I'I"1W li. Horton. Row I-wo: D. Stonesifer, N. :Xltl 1nd oner D. Brosius, M. Gemmill, 'l'itler. Row 11711 relne Nissel, lil. Koller, B. Donley, G. Smi 4:54 own claw: . . . influence, all HVYHY C.-XXVI' YUl,' BH FRANKPH. . .asks-Ierry Brandt, composer, .vvzzlm' brfn-iv, of Ann Miller, pulvlisher, and her agent, David james, as they sean his latest song .ln .lppff .Al Dari' and discuss its publication. L W - - - il'l'RNABOl"l' RIQIGNS. . . in the three uct eonietlx' pref -zcjfi' while mother was :1 surf eessful doctor and Isrezuif winner. The tzilentetl oust is, pictured ff-'17, imc l2Hr'.' 'IQIIOINKIS Scott, Sllliiifil Smith, llzlvid james, Thomzis Pupp. Ruiz' I-wo: -lzicqueline Bretz, Ann Miller, jerry Brzimit, S1lINil'2l Reimer, Vincent Bennett, Helen Zzllkam. Rn-rc llm'f'.' Mary .lane Baker, Patricia Dierieh, -lay Hmmver, Inu .lame XYise and Leslie .-Xllmet. LOOKING ON XYITH AXYIQ , . .zire, zzbocr: Vincent Bennett and Sandra Smith, :ls they catch jerry Brandt and Szlmirzl Reimer in an zunotnus emliralce. lOl sented by the senior clziss lie- czluse l'P1f!1t'r ll'11.f pl Hn1r.n'- 56 male!! of 369615 mm added Meg take Merle gfzczce. Wlil,COlNlh . . . Mr. and Hrs. Peitlier, Nlziry .-Xnn Ciemmill, lfrnest Horton, Durene lirrmsius and Brian llnnley, zzbncw, greet Gladys Rehm and .lnhn Wei-tx. lVIFMORABI,l4f MOMENTS . . . as the juniors and their guests, the seniors, dance to the music of Ron Keeley and his orchestra, above, at the "dance of dances"-the Junior Prom, in the fabulous ballroom of the lavish Hotel Hershey. lN'l'liRNIlSSlUN . . . ftjff, finds Dor- ene Hrosius, Sally Krone,Glz1dysRehm, Nancy Gruver, Georgann Snell, Ina .lane Wise and P11- triciu Dierieh ex- citedly discussing the ei'ening's de- lights and contem- plating the fun and festivities to follow. lOl never end, devoted of So 'l'irm' and prom chapter. J lfl,.-XRING SKIRTS . . . :1mlHz1shingl1L-els whirl round and roumi :ls thc tempo incrczlscs, lfilmy gowns, whitc nlinncr j2lCkL'fS, ex! quisitc music blend fn fornm an cu-ning long to be I'Cl1lClNl3L'l't.'t1 . . . fm- what has lwcsn so llI1f-Ul'gCffill1lC1lS the unicn' Prom. mg geaetafcdaamneaaeek ma gg JL BURTON N S 1. gm? - 40 izfffif fk A 4 T -:':f,': wif ' Q11 Wx ' Yi N ? Co GHRS 1954. . . lYlfliZ,1f!7l1.'.' Nl. lurlnzin, lN2lIlZlgCl'Q sl. Hewitt, C. .-Xtliinson, R. H. Nliller, H. llonley C Smith, ll. Blazer, XX. Hiller, CI. Houck, R. l,21l'l1l5Cl'f, R. l'reet. l. Wiltlnizin, manager. Rn-:U I-:an zleli YY. llittniar, 'lf Gray, lf. liiericli, lrese, Renninger, l.. Homgzirdner, R. Coleman, l, Hesketh, li. Morrow, R. Simpson, S. SpllCllllUl't', assistant couch R. Poole. Rm: f!11w.' l.. Hurtzell P Xl . iller, -I. Sl1lll'l'-CV, XY. Brenner, ll. Rohr, ll. Kohn, R. l.. Millet-Ml. Coleman. H. Sfl'2lllSS2U1Ll R.H11zeI 1 lhis willing squad did their utmost to overcome inexperience with spirit and Co-operation. Qdae 660550 me ,.,. de gang: of wig-mm ze: . ffm! in Me 66965 of 066655 My daaafmcm let me Zdae! SPORTSMANSHIP AND CUMPli'l'l'l'ION . . . stimulate il sChool's spirit. lixemplify- ing this by their friendly handshake are Tiger co-captains: Smith and Blazer and Boiling Spring co-captains: Gephart and Fanus. Q 'WYAY TO CON . . . After-ganie congratula- tions are in store for Edward Morrow from Coach Dittmar for a job well done despite the Tiger loss in the Turkey Day, Wlest Shore tussle. Blame: Billet' Ilalllmeli Ilonc-lt Guard F Guaifl l9OO'l'l3fXI,l, SCI-IliDUI,lC Opp. N. C. Opp. N. Ll. lfnola . , . . lo itz Swzitara , no li l,ower Paxton . . I2 o Camp Hill . 24 I2 Boiling Springs . . 6 O Hum nielstown , .iii 0 Meehanicslwurg . . -go no W1-st Shore . . I4 Il Susquehanna A . 0 IS H354 Rllfllhllrl . . . With the return of only four veteran players, head coach Bill Dittmar fielded a green Tiger eleven this year. Lacking weight, depth and experience, New Cumberland wound up with eight losses and one win. All hut three games proved to he close contests, and one of these was the surprise upset over the seasoned Susquehanna Indians. liven though the records aren't im- pressive, Coach llittmar feels that, "Considering all aspects, this should he regarded not as an unsuccessful season, hut a successful one." ie 66945 of alia dcuya da ,Mae 1-iw! ale mm afulee W dl, l'NlJl'QRClASSlNlliN ,-XCIQS M . . johnny Renninger, fffl, skirts around right end. Bob . . AND THIS IS A HlalI.lVIF'I'," . . . explains Coach Dittmar, 416006, to Hrst-year Hazel, rigfzf, shouts directions to unseen team- IN EITC. men Danny Kohr, Ron Miller, Bob H. Miller and Paul Miller. Bvfow, Tigers, Blazer and Renninger ride Boiling Springs back to the ground. 1 l THE PRF-SEASON 1954 . . . New Cumberland football squad, below, row one: Lam- bert, Hazel, Smith, Miller, Blazer, Coleman, Kohr, Dierich, Hewitt, Leese, Miller, Mor- row, Buecieri, Kohn. Row two: James and Turbin, managers, Bomgardner, Brenner, Gray, Watters, Renninger, Rockey, Steager, Berrier, DeBoard, Duey, Cook, Keating, VVeltmer, Schwartz, Shaffer, Biller, VVildman, manager. Row ilzref: coaches Poole and l.isse, lfreet, Houck, Atkinson, Yinger, Fetrow, Bowers, Strauss, VVells, W'eakley, Reese, Spangler, Porter. Hooper, McCreary, Coleman, coaches Dittmar and Bowen. Row four: Betz, Flichelberger, Donley, Brown, Souders, Hale, Simpson, Hoffmeier, Donley, Hesketh, Miller, Shorter, Spadafore, Croke Strauss, James. Q- ' f I l ,Q ' 5 Y ,ef ee ers. lm 'DOWN VNUFR - - - 11 herd of Boiling Swings womlwcs'rHRolfc:H. . .11mm-i,f'1,lt,t-kt-1-S Buhlmlers, fzbngw, is lmltilmzlek Johnny IlCl1llll1gC'I',ll ,lbwtx Dm, lgluldv and Rikwk lIm,,l,C,.r 'Emi fc, little man with flying feet. BUl,l,IC,. lmck Fd ljzlslwi. SH.-XKY OPPONENT' . . . upper fell, shys Zlwilf' from Don Blazer, who pushes oil' opposing blocker, as Holm Freet comes up from hehintl. Q TIGER P.-XCR . . . lzppm' riglzl, heading foralownfielclpl11y,:u'e, fel? I0 rigfzf: Simpson, Smith, Kohn and lfreet. Q NYY.-Yl'CH OUT, Bl'lJllY," . . . says eml Hola lN'liller, fo-za'4'1'ffjfY, as Holm vainly trienl to shove West Shore tuekler from atop l'lIlllil721Cli Renninger. Q 135 POFND . . . Charlie Atkinson, Tiger rat-kle and eo-captain elect, rzlees aletermineilly' toward action, as ferocious opponent appears to he springing into play. Q HlGHvS'l'lHll'PlNG . , . lmlfhzlek, Uon Blazer, jockeys nlown the sitleline, Ar'!U'iL',7'1l1f!If, as Boh Miller eyes an unseen SlISkILIL'l1ZlI1I11l ta1eliler,z1nnl lezuls the way for 1l+f yurtl Tiger gain. l e l i Ni A n ,ffnll X ,J l'Xl'RlCl.-X DIIQRICH . . . fwfr, 'l'iQL-rcrrc cwcauprzlinu. Q liN'l'Hl'Sl- .3lS'l'lC lf.-XNS . . . clmccrlngly lmust rlmc Tigers alt rhis scaisrnfs 'l'hunks. glvmg game. .lulm Rcnnmgcr, zzbngw, turilg-ly zltrumpts ru snatch rlw lull as Gcmgc SlNlfl1 rrzuls Tllx' Wksr Slum- lltfflxlilll. llCrlfRl'l'l"lll",5 . . . ignite ll spark ol' sclwwl spirit lntu ll tlmmluring mar. Xwwlrling skirts :xml rhyrlmmic wvr:1f1u11s zulll ro flu- zlrlncmsplmurx- ul all varsity lcmtlwull :xml lmskctlmll gzlmcs. lfrffwrc A'11ff'!1'114g, arg: xlllff' I1 Gcmmill zmll Patricia llicriclm, scnicmr cu-czlptnlnsg Put Herr, soplwmnmc. .N'ff121ffi11.q'.- Nancy Wigficlnl, l-l'L'Sl1lNill'lQ -Ifumnu fuiglcr, soplwnrmm-g l'lllINll'.lUlN1SlJI1 and Cyutluiu U1'm-1',junim'sg.loycu Prmm-ll, frcsllmzm. -un- ww 'DEN' 'QTY wa I xIr:ImIaIc w1tI1 Qump H1IIs I Q Im' rhg Iwz1II. I,zu'1'x' Iimmrmmuzlmilwm' ami I mx Ixl H NIII.I,. . .!n:cw1'1'1lgf!1f.' IIgurctrccu-calprzun. "YHA 'I'I'1rXM" . . . SL'I'L'iIIII rhcsc cvcl'-11-z1aIy sight. .lMg'r, In thc I-UI'L'gI'UllIILI zlru: NVZIIICI , Suu IYIgfIcInI, .Iuycu I'1-mwll 1 :uni -IUIIIIIIC fcIgIcr. lffzfk- g'm1f11f1', fy!! In 1'llQ'flf.' CIIITIIIQI dl Urncr, I,1lfl'Ik'IZl IJIuricII, I':1r III-rr, Nlzlry Ann Ciummnll :md IfIInm' Alulmsnn. X IY5-XCIUl'S CHIQICIQI,Ii-XI7I".RS . . . QIFUIISL' pup uml perky yflls. IVIIIEI ll Cum w IIIII gums, M'fn':4', I,ill'I'f' Hqskurh z1mI Iirizm I7unIcy' 'z u Imam RI-IIXIUIISIII' z1xI'z1It thu 1'csu.Ir. Q NI.-XRY ANN GIQNI- I ,. I I YrXRSl'l'Y CAGE SQV,-XD . . . four seniors, five -iuniors and one sophomore make up coach john .lohnf son's tearing ten. Pictured fqfk In riglzl, row wir: lfrnest Horton, Larry KauFr'man, M. Robert Miller, Brian Donley. Row tion: Larry Bomgartlner, Larry Hesketh, Paul McCreary, Herbert Hol'l'meier, Ronald Coleman, l,arry Hartzell. .lohn johnson, coach, and ,lohn Hewitt, manager, stand in the background. qfcwafleetdecz aaceaftdemdndf. . , ad ide awi Z-ca' 4 of Zigi! SCORHKIQIQIJIQRS . . . Lawrence Garman, at the clock controls, and Robert Miller, keeping the tally, pictured below, are ever-present faculty members on the basketball scene. QGCNNG UP . . . on a rebound, is NC center Larry Hesketh, with a flock of Camp Hill cagers, as Paul NlcCreary waits for tap-onli. Ill S Hummulsrmxn lmxwx' Pnxrnm XYCSI Sllcnl' limmlal . . Camp Hill A Sxxnrum . . SLlSkIllCll2lllllil SL15llLlL'lllT1l Higlupirc . llummclsrmxn lmxxul' l,:1Xfnm Whcsr Slmrc lflllllil . . . Cznnp Hill , SVK'2lI'ZlI'2l . A Susquclwunma Susqunlmltu lliglwspim . HX C11 sw lxlI'1'BALl, 4lCDUl,l Jpp 115 FU fl sl 5 111 -l-l iff , il' 'J Q- -l, 1+ 5-l 60 55 .35 45 YL ww ,X -Vi 43 , . , N .YS ful S l -l-'I imc, -H' -H fl . -ln .25 IH 'I K W -1-'I DRIVING .-XROVNU . . . nn Ul'l'1-gllllfkl Susquclmnlmzl llurwaml, tongue-wagging l,1ll'I'f' Kllllllqlllilll cycs flu' rlqlgtjl' lmmp, as l,lll'l'f' Husky-rh, ccnrcr, wants lm' QN- puctunr llllllkllill.. Q Il'NlUR Y.-XRSITY liASIxlal1 lil-Xl.l. SQl'.-XD lx'11rwff11AQ.' Riclmunl lizmlecrt, Russull Strauss, Alalmcs Hooper, Rugur Y1lllCCHI'SL'. .N'f111n1'i11g.' .Iumcs XYC11lilL'f', llllllillkl Miller, Rolwcrr NlCCl'C1lI'f', Paul Nlillcr, llamicl Kullr, cuzlclm Rwlwrr Dcck, Riclwzlral lglmlwcrr, -IZIINCS Sllllfll, .Iulm kulm, Ucmgc l'm'tc1', Blilllllf Cook llllkl 'l'Immus l7m'w:1rt II, 4 1954 VARSITY BASIHIB,-Xl,I, TEAM . . . Row amz' K. Nelson D. Rockey Dugan M. Mearkle l. Kiehl off, n. o11er,J. Kohler, 1. HufTer, F. isingmfm. feowfwa- ol rank, 19. Elm,-, K. Iiinthursr, R. H. Miner: VV. Hiller, L. Kauffman, Fi. Horton, Leese, J. Renninger. Row lfzrrr. D. Muth, T. Gray, R. Hazel, R. Wilt L. Hesketh, N. Duey, L. Hartzell, L. Snyder, L. Bomgardner. Row-fomt G. Steffen, YY. Lentz, Coleman R. Fichelberger, C. Books, R. Strauss, R. Updegraff, R. L. Updegralf, R. Banlcert. R0wj9L'v.' R. Hart R. Speese, B. lVlowrey, S. Dravk, XVeakley, Burns, assistant coaches johnson and Lisse and heat coach Peiffer. 1954 TIGERS . . . slide into second place in the hve-team West Shore League after suffer- ing Eve defeats, a pair going to West Shore, another set to Mechanicshurg, and one to Camp Hill. With pitching depth, good lielders and plenty of experience, Coach Peiffer's boys were on the road to a victorious season. But too many off days and old man weather worked against the Tigers, and the championship was earned by West Shore. "We had the pitchers, good pitchers," boasts Coach Peiffer, "hut we lacked hitters. If we had had a few heavy hitters, we could have won the League title." Heading the pitching staff were Dale Rockey, Jay Dugan and Mendy Mearkle, all three of whom saved the Tigers' skin more than once. Frank Bingman, second baseman, and Don Blazer, at center field, were two frequent hitters, both of whom had high batting averages. Nevertheless, 1954 will probably he recorded as the season the Tigers mufd have, bu! didffl. -TV, ,fi 114 7 I i e foal!! dale Me 56956 af t'5uz94 -let Wallace de gown zfeczcioz .lolm l-lurris linola . West Shore . Mechzlziicslmrg Camp Hill . Carlisle. . BASEBALL SCHEDULP Opp. N 2 - 4 , . , 4 ,. IO I I C 1 Jpp N Q linola . . XYest Shure . Mechanicsburg Camp Hill . Carlisle . . S'I'Rli'I'CH HIGH . . . Dictured fqft, during an intramural volleyball game are: Sal Spadafore, Hob H. Miller, Ron George, Wayne Hiller, Hob Miller and Tom VVildman. Q HIT THAT HIRD. . .l,arry Kauffman, riglzl, takes part in the intramural badminton tourney. of till lie iaww af 669413 mama 1465 we dave dui!! da we ddacwm, SHXIURS Luv. l+'RlalSHlN'lliN . . . pictured above, riglzl, participating in an after-school basket- ball game are: li. Tracy Rhodes, George Smith, Dennis Hamill, Joe Huceieri, jerry Hurns, Cbad Ruotl' and .loe James. Q YOI.I.I+IYBAl.I, VlCTORS . . . boasts a season at 5 wins and 1 losses. Pictured below, lfjfl, row one: Clair Wilt, Floyd Hutton, Don Hlazer, VVayne Hiller. Row tivo: .lay Hoover, l.arry Kauffman, Dale Sterner and Hob H. Miller. Q BASKETBALI, COMPli'l'l'I'lON . . . runs keenly between rival intramural teams. Representing their class is this Senior H squad. Pictured brfofc, riglzl, are: l,avere l.intl1urst, Art Palese, Clair VVilt, Don Hlazer and Wayne Hiller. llfl SXYISHH slwur fL'2llT1lN1ll'CS, fzbuiw, :ls Hcvcrly' Sprhmgur, H1ll'lHlI'1l Blessing, B2ll'lNII'll Huucla, limlu l,L-mn :xml .IL-:ln 'l'rout jump tm fhis surcussfully shot lwzlskcrlmll. 0 l5ASlil",'l'- li.-Xl,l, 'l'lf,CHNIQl'HS . . . :irc tzluqlwr in all llzlrlalns :xml .I1JllllL',xYlI'lfCI' czlgcrly watch thc prrvpcr lmmlllrmg ul il vullvylwzlll. R5 wlmysil-ul clllluurimm clzisscs. 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'Ibm lDiRulscrro's lmslicflmzlll ts.-:lm won 5 games zlml Iusr 3. l"lCru1'cnl bvfn-cc, riglzl, rrrzc' wiv: filurlzl PZIVSOH, Alcmn Pmwcll, 'l'lu-lla lfpplcy, l,cn'z1yr1c Cullen, Parry Millur :mal lXlZlI'g2lI'L'I' SQ-ilwrr. Rn-zu I-zen: l.lmlz1 XYlsc, Sflllklfll l'1'osscr, lil-rm lulmscm, f:I'ZlL'C Rcillv, Tuul l7lRulvcrfn :mal Nunn' Humlslulw. l l ll' W- A . fig. as Q i i we . i 'ft-if? , fl-'-1 SENIOR GIFT COMMl'I'TIailal . . . Thomas Scott, Roger Hstep, Maybella Brenizer and Mary Tusing, above, glance through catalogs in the school office seeking suggestions for a class gift. The presentation is made during the awards assembly, May 27. 9 SPRINGTIMF . . . and the love of the outdoors enraptures Sonia Thomp- son, l,a Verne Bennett and Vlilliam Peters, below, as they 04 Zecwe aide gag Me 44564 of GR.-XDLH-X'l'lON .-XNNOl'NCl'ilNlPiN'l'S . . . are examined by Carol Johns and Shirley Lewis, below, as they prepare to distribute them to senior classmates. A committee consisting of Roger liistep, Barbara Borke, Gladys Rehm, Ann Miller and Nancy :Xltland exercised con- siderable discretion in its choice with the realization that the announcements rep- resent one of the final phases of high school experience. discuss plans for the annual senior picnic. Ev.-- s...a"-QN-f DIPLOMAS are prepared by Shirley XYillis, Mary .lo Herman, Donna Buss and Sophia Rosinski, lfjr, as they affix the school seal and colors. Following an inspiring commencement address by Francis F. Reinberger on June 7, the seniors culminate twelve years of formal education. intl fecliae domed, Juggling Zcyit. CUM M HNCIQM ENT. . .ap- proaches as Linda Mills, above, models a graduation gown. Dale Fink, while adjusting her cap, pon- ders fond school memories before bidding farewell to familiar and beloved New Cumberland High School. SH.-XXYNl'il'i CHIEFS . . . Mary Ann Gemmill, business managerg Miss Mary Brubaker, business adviserg Sandra Reimer, editorrin-chiefg and Mrs. Ruth Roadarmel, editorial adviser, carefully proofread and edit dummy copies dur- ing final stages of yearbook production. Ili, SH.-UYNHH EDITORS . . . direct the editorial policy oftheir respective committees. rlbocw, rn-wo11r.' .-Xnn Miller, girls' sportsg Atha Baer, artg Dorene Brosius, featuresg Helen Zalkan, senior. Row two: james Nissel, photog- raphyg Sandra Prowell, classes and underclassmeng Patricia Dierich, activitiesg and George Smith, boys' sports. ' TIMES IQDITORS . . . discuss the material for the last issue of the paper. Barbara Borke, managing editor, and Miss Blanche Slaybaugh, adviser, bwfn-ic, ex- amine exchange papers as lVlardee lfichelberger and Janis Titler, co-editors, check typed copy. '-ma 74a nation! caelfwze ' -BICKERSMITH .. 8.b .. ,W 3 ijt? ' xiii? Q2523'52iQ'?: .F K sz, 'W 27 f 'g gi ? t , I-000 -nh" I. '0"' 7-"Ng I i,, ,.'rr.: ' ,,',,' -... . ' ifizx. . . .als ',"-1 o u' 'lv f'-ja... 'fast fm" I 0?... 'xfq ' ' '." ,I .-N ':' '.'..:-N,:' ' "1 ' v ' ,v . Nl- .. .'. I " . X ' ' ' . tl ',- . '---ara F,a-'74fg.Jf":d..'.5 -91,0 ' ..' . a , 0. . '-.J ' lqlrj, . "" 'af' '.. '. ..L, .bv y . . , - . . 0 - " '. , . . O I ' O . 0 Q ' 0 0 . 'io , 'U .o n' ' Q Q Q 1 Q W xi 0 - . . qv . . .. .vo 'O ' ,, sq. " ? "" Q I 1 TRUCK 6: DOZER RENTALS HEAVY EQUIPMENT MOVED FRONT END LOADERS GRADING 6: EXCAVATING DRIVEWAYS TENNIS COURTS PARKING LOTS APEX PAVING COMPANY PHONE SHOVELS CE 6-0686 AND BACKHOES F OUNDATIONS EXTERIOR WATER PROOFED 410 REAR FOURTH ST. NEW CUMBERLAND, PA. MI GER' For Finer Photographs CSince 18823 OHicial Photographer for New Cumberland High School Second and Walnut Streets - Harrisburg, Pa. lie 1955 Shawnee Printing and Binding by J. HORACE MCFARLAND COMPANY ,illanunt 1Bleasant IBRSS HARRISBURG, PENNSYLVANIA Continued Success as you go forward GREENBERCPS West Shore's Family Clothing Ouqfitters Work and Dress Shoes by Endicott-Johnson Complete Line of Work-Clothing featuring Lee, Blue Bell, Kast Iron, Big Yank Open Evenings lill 8 314 Bridge Street NEW CUMBERLAND, PA. Free Parking 1 23 George L. Bowen frinfing Since 1924 NEW CUMBERLAND Phone: CE 3-7947 "Buss" Long's DELICATESSEN BREYER'S ICE CREAM-CAKES FROZEN FOODS-GROCERIES LUNCH MEATS-DAIRY PRODUCTS COOKIES-BAKED GOODS-CANDIES DRINKS-SUNDAE TOPPINGS Open every night until l l:00 Phone: CE 3-9643 204 3rd Street New Cumberland, Pa To the Graduating Class ...... OUR SINCERE WISHES FOR YOUR FUTURE SUCCESS M. F. ROCKEY STORAGE CO. LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE MOVERS Agents Allied Van Lines NEW CUMBERLAND, PA. Food Market J. W. WRIGHT -G- Delivery Service Pnoun: CE 3-7835 LUBRICATION WAXING Balsbaugh's Esso Servicecenter Third and Bosler Ave. LEMOYNE - PEN N A. Phone: CE 3-9041 124 BRIDGE DINER Open 24 Hours GOOD FOOD ALWAYS Air-Conditioned RCA TV ZENITH TV 300 S. Front St. WORMLEYSBURG, PA. Phone: CE 2-1444 CULLEN BROS. APPLIANCE Your Exclusive West Shore GE Dealer 307 Bridge Sf. M I NEW CUMBERLAND, PA. Phone: CE 2-0056 Salesman Gilbert Rom berger displays the new Whirl- Whirlpggl Washers lronrife lroners pool washer and dryer to Lavere Linthursr, Charles Ross and Dwight Simpson. 1. H. TROUP'S Congratulations from : DOORWAY To BRINTON BROS. FOR YOU 315 Bridgtt Sll't't'l. NEW' Cl'lVlBERLAND, PENNA. SINCE 1881 Plumbing and Healing 15 So. Market Square Kline Village HARRISBURG Phone: CE 8-8351 1 s FLY TRANS WORLD AIRLINES u.s.A. - sunops - AFRICA - ASIA Don Koller and Donna Artley prepare to inspect the interior of a TYV.-X Marten. WILT'S CITIES SERVICE Newberrytown, Pa. West Shore Beverage Distributor Free Home Delivery 1228 Maple Avenue fRear of Bridge Streetp Phone: CE 2-1713 NEW CUMBERLAND, PA. NEW CUMBERLAND BOX CO. Fancy Gm Boxes NEW CUMBERLAND, PENNA. I2 BUTTORFF 81 CO. Third and Bridge Streets NEW CUMBERLAND, PA. Better Built Furniture at Reasonable Prices SNELL'S SPORTING GOODS "EVERYTHlNG IN HUNTING AND FlSHlNG" P O O R, S open. Tues. and Ffa. Qzoo AN. to 9:00 P.M. G R Q E R Y Mon., Wed., Thurs., cmd Sat. 9:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M. OPEN EVENINGS 307 Market Street NEW CUMBERLAND, PA. Phone: CE 4-8561 805 Bridge St Congratulations to the Class of 1955 YOUR WEST SHORE BROKER PAUL R. EICHELBERGER, AGENCY Real Estate SALES-RENTALS-APPRAISALS BUILDING CONSULTANT 307 Market Street NEW CUMBERLAND, PENNA. Phone: CE 8-9494 or CE 8-9495 Open Evenings I NEW USED STEEL TANKS SALE and TRANSPORTATION NISSEL 81 WEHLER NEW CUMBERLAND Common 8: Contract Carrier Phone: CE 3-7574 R. D. No. 1 GUISTWHITE "Quality Groceries - Meats " At Better Prices NEWBERRYTOWN, PA. OFFICE EQUIPMENT CO. Friendly Service 223 N. Second Street Harrisburg, Penna. Hart1elI's Texaco Station GOODRI CH TUBELESS TIRES 0 Fifth and Bridge Sts., NEW CUMBERLAND, PA. Phone: CE 3-9937 George Hasko Watchmaker and Jeweler 206 Third St. New Cumberland, Pa. Jewelry Repair Engraving Costume Jewelry Phone: CE 6-352l 5,10 Hazel Kleeleg c-gl!-Oppe Smart Fashions for Women 1546 Bridge St. Phone: CE 5-0919 Open eves. Thurs.-Sat. until 5:30 until 9 Albert 815011 RADIO and TELEVISION When Service is Needed Call Us Phone: Lewisberry 2 1 5 1 Lewisberry Road, Route No. 24 Auction Every Saturday Night WILBUR N. MacIVOR I N S U R A N C E REAL ESTATE RENTALS 415 Park Ave., NEW CUMBERLAND, PA T Q N Y ' 5 WEST SHORE Try Our Brown Derby Specialty KA Choc.-Nut Sundae on a Coney Imported Cheese and Spaghetti 209 Fifth Street New Cumberland, Pa. Phone: CE 4- 123 5 Free Bowling Instructions by Appointment Phone: CE 3-9215 651 Market St. Lemoyne, Pa. Conrad's Cafe New Cumberland Pennsylvania Vance K. Fisher Agricultural Contractor R. D. No. 1 ETTERS, PA. Phone: Lcwisberry 2688 THE ELKWOOD COMPANIES, INC. I6th and ELM STREETS NEW CUMBERLAND, PA. Steel Erection o Tank Erection Boiler Installations 0 Machinery Installation Jesse N. Aycock Contractor, Inc. Eighth Street and Penna. Railroad NEW CUMBERLAND, PA. Phone: CE 2-3287 West Shore Heating Co., Inc. Clouser 8: Davis Masonry Contractors 52nd and Trindle Road Phones Clouser Davis CAMP HILL, PA- Hummelstown Harrisburg 150-R-21 CE 8-8409 I2 Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of1955. A8zP C. C. DAVIS CONSTRUCTION CO. Rear-220 Bridge Street NEW CUMBERLAND PENNA. Y General Contractors SPECIALIZING IN FLORAL DESIGNS PEALER'S 5 Ffawer 672010 MEMBER or FLORAL TEI,EGRAPH DIVISION Phone: Harrisburg RE 7-3474 Camp Hill, Perma. Purchasing flowers for their favorite girls are Joe BUCCICFI, Bud Maul vor, and VVayne Belmont ALL FORMS OF INSURANCE AND BONDS Bachman-Knorr Insurance Agency 131 Chestnut Street HARRISBURG, PENNA. Phone: CE 3-6809 John S. Bochmun Jock B. Knorr Gerald G. Shupp 130 KRAFT BROTHERS SERVICE STATION Gus-Oil-lubrication CompIefe Tire Service Phone: CE 3-9188 8th and Bridge Sis. NEW CUMBERLAND, PA. Roger Estep, Fran las., Bob iller, am enr ' K . , . . . , Y observe Richard Ixraft as be bitches 21 trailer to Bob s ca k C Q M 1 IH C. .I. HUNTSBERGER sHELLY's DRIVE-IN 81 SON ETTERS, R. D. 1, PA. Opposite West Shore Plaza HAY - CUAL - FERTILIZER LEMOYNE, PENNA. GRAIN Lewisberry 2811 Pbfwood and Flush Doors STONE PLYWOOD CO. 110 Third St. New Cumberland, Pa. Phone: CE 2-5408 CAMP HILL ART PRESS, INC. Wedding Invitatzons Personalized Stationery Front and Reno New Cumberland, Pa. T31 LANCASTER PHGTO ENGRAVING Printing Plette Metnnfnctnrerf fs K LANCASTER, PENNA. , E Frank R. Leib 8: Son DAIRY QUEEN 1006 Market St. .M I , General Insurance Lemoyne, Pa- ' fr :F f . A gents The Backenstoss Greenhouse Phone: CE 2-2 198 FLOWERS For everyday and special occasions MARKET SQUARE BUILDING 4 North second St Telephone: CE 8-2782 HARRISBURG, PENNA- 414 Bridge Sf. New Cumberland, Pa 132 WEST SHORE THEATER NEW CUMBERLAND, PA MUSSELMAN FUNERAL HOME LEMOYNE, PA. Congratulations . from Fox-Eichelberger Post 7415 ul' VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS NEW CUMBERLAND PA. Wm Sapmalfie 429 So. 18th Street CAMP HILL, PENNA. O EVERY DAY LOW PRICES Vw .,,v .,,u,,,:.,wr,.a,?,.,,,,w,,mMJ-,,,,,. 1 , .,-,ww CUMBERLAND COUNTY NATIONAL BANK amd 'TRUST COMPANY BRIDGE NEAR FOURTH NEW CU BERL D PENNS L A A TWENTV'FIRST AND C THIRD AND HUMMEL LEMOYNE, PENNSVLVANI MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION MARKET ILL FENNSYLVAN 134 'po' ug' pr' u Congratulations CLASS of 1955 SHEAFEER'S TELEVISION and RADIO fYour oldest TV service on the West Shorej 12th and Bridge Streets New Cumberland, Pennsylvania Phone: CE 8-5612 STEWART P. RUTH Building Contractor Q 320 POPLAR AVE. NEW CUMBERLAND. PA. Phone: CE 6-1522 Congratulations INC fy M460 MANUFACTURERS and DISTRIBUTORS OF Meats and Provisions LEMOYNE, PA. A Kessler employee displays a packaged ham to Barbara Horton, Helen Treder, and Gary Murray. Russell G. Wrightstone HARDWARE PAINTS, OILS, AND GLASS House Furnishings, Stoves, Sporting Goods, Etc. LEMKE BROTHERS lorists Plants, Cut-Flowers and Floral Designs for all occasions 0 214 Fourth Sf. New CUMBERLAND, PA. gm, ,mf G,,,e,,,,,,,,e,, Phone: CE 3-1413 861 Market Street - Lemoyne, Pa. I 35 DEIBERT'S GENERAL STORE ARTHUR L. SHAFFER Groceries, Delieeztesseu Qualify Home Dressed Meats FROZEN PRODUCTS, ICE CREAM SOFT DRINKS GAS OIL d KEROSENE New Cumberland R D. I, Po. Phone: L b y 2781 R. D. 1 ETTERS, PENNA. WCMB RAD I O DIAL 1460 1- JESSE H. STONE W C M B Air-Condiiioned T E L EVI S I O N ' 408 Third Street 27 NEW CUMBERLAND, PA. Ghz west Gibnre Qiimes KT-INGER C01-XL . AND FUEL OIL Sales and Service CUMBERLAND COUNTY'S LARGEST SERVICE IS OUR HOBBY WEEKLY NEWSPAPER Phone: CE 3-8495 New Cumberland, Pa 136 CONGRATULATIONS TO YOU THE GRADUATES OF THE CLASS OF 7955 FROM KRI ER'S STORE 3rd 81 Bridge Streets Your Authorized du Pont Dealer on the West Shore Phone: CE 2-9184 O For ony shopping needs from notions to points, customers find well-stocked shelves in Kriner's Store. Life Insurance DIXQN PHARMACY Retirement and Investment Plans Prescriptions MRS. ESTA VIRGINIA RHODES Carol and Bridge Sts. 716 Third Street New Cumberland NEW CUMBERLAND, PENNA. Phones-Home: CE 6-6208 - Ofce: CE 6-3911 137 E. H. SPOONHOUR Building Contractor 916 Sixteenth St., New Cumberland Pa Phone: CE 3 0557 We prefer: FREYSINGER'S 1535 Bridge Street NEW CUMBERLAND, PA. FOR P 0 N T I A C Sales and Service "This 1955 Pontiac is just too beauti- ful for words", exclaim seniors William Basila, Galen Houck, and Elmer Shaub. Congratulations SANDNES SONS ROPE AND WIRE ROPE PRODUCTS I CONGRATULATIONS ALT LAN D Raymond B. Altland FUNERAL HQME New Cumberland, Pa. Class of 1931 Phone: CE 2-4567 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 BRUNHOUSE DRUG STORE 321 Bridge Street New Cumberland, Pa. lA8rG1 BOTTIGLIER'S SELF-SERVICE lA8rG1 519 Fourth Street New Cumberland, Pa. THE C. FRANK CLASS COMPANY Structural Engineers Steel Fabricators YOUR FRIENDLY NEIGHBORHOOD HARRISBURG' PA- STORE 139 Remember It Pays to Drive To ARBEGAST V For Furniture and Carpets A Open Tues. Evening 7 to 9- Close Wed. at Noon OTTO 81 HOLLINGER, INC. LUMBER - MILLWORK BUILDING SUPPLIES 408-18 Market Street LEMOYNE, PENNSYLVANIA Phone: Hbg. CE 8-9477 BRIGHTBILUS General Store Lewisberry Mill LEWTSBERRY, PA. SHENK 81 TITTLE Everything fir Sport 313 Market St., HARRISBURG, PA. Phone: CE 4-3274 Play More-Live Longer HARRISBURG DAIRIES Distributors of GOLDEN GUERNSEY MILK "Honored many times for quality at STATE FARM SHOW" 20th and Herr Sts. Phone: CE 4-1181 I4O ROLLER SKATE FOR HEALTH'S SAKE AT LE MOINE RoLLER RINK COME AND JOIN THE FUN Phone: Mech. PO 6-9961 or Hbg. CE 4-9222 L. G. BALFOUR CO. ATTLEBORO, MASS. Designers N. C. H. S. Standard Etching Commencement Announcements and Personal Cards W. G. fBil1j Ross Known wherever there are schools and colleges 2 WEST SHORE WINDOW CLEANING CO. 525 Terrace Drive NEW CUMBERLAND, PA. Phone: CE 8-74l9 DIERICH BROTHERS Roofing, Spouiing, Plumbing and Heating New Cumberland, Penna. Phone: CE 4-6584 RALPH'S SELF SERVICE MARKET One half mile south of New Cumberland OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY Ralph carries a full line of fresh and smoked meats, vegetables and produce. Free Delivery and C ourleous Service V. R. Bowser E. A. Bowser, Jr. Ju. all Hn. 3 Bowser s ff' Gulf Service 7!w fbdlfall P4244 lawn. 914 16th Street, New Cumberland, Pa. Washing Phone: CE 3-943l Lubrication Phone: CE 3,7750 The Belgrade Dress Factory Esther I-Iempt l 308 Bridge Sf., New Cumberland, Pa. The Sfore of Fashion on fhe Wesf Shore for fhe Woman and Junior Miss Leslie Alber chooses a plaid skirt from the large selection shown by Mrs. Martin, sales clerk. 142 New Cumberland Tool and Die Co. Miller and Geary Ave. NEW CUMBERLAND, PENNA. General Machine and Repair Work Phone: CE 2-7514 CUTTING DIES A SPECIALTY NOW! More Tlmn Ever IT PAYS TO SHOP "Doc" REIFF COMPARE ! Fashions for Men NEW CUMBERLAND "lt seems to fit well," remarks Harry Philips, clerk, as he assists Barry Seip with one of "Doc's" latest sport coats. Firestone Motors, Inc F R Y , S 1029 Marker Street LAGG Fggd Market LEMOYNE, PENNA. 570 Third sf. PLYMOUTH Lemoyne,Penna. Free Phone: DODGE TRUCKS Delivery CE 2-5519 Phone: CE 8-0824 I Main Office and Quarry: CAMP HILL, PA., R. D. I Phone: RE 7-34-'II P HEMPT BROTHERS CRUSHED STONE P SAND TRANSIT MIXED CONCRETE ASPHALT PAVING MATERIALS STREET AND DRIVEWAY CONSTRUCTION EXCAVATION 1 DRAINAGE PAVING J. Paul Harkison Chevrolet Sales and Service Cgiiryzoa LEMOYNE JOHN B. STARR 434 Market Street LEMOYNE, PENNA. GUARANTEED WATCH REPAIRING JEWELRY 8. GIFTS Phone: CE 6-5271 The CONGRATULATIONS Beetem Lumber CLASS A d OF T955 I1 Manufacturing IN 5 U RAN C E Cgmpany LIFE FIRE AUTO LUMBER-MILLWORK BUlLDER'S SUPPLIES MARIETTA PAINTS ALFRED L. MARTIN YOUR FRIENDLY SERVICE 'A' LEMOYNE, PA. Phone: 41263 4092 R. D. I, New Cumberland CARLISLE, PA- PIIOHCI 3 P. O. sex 78 Phone: CEdur 8-4894 144 I' --' -un. :-fy md?" RABENA'S WARDROBE SERVICE DRY CLEANING DONE ON OUR PREMISES 427 Bridge Street New Cumberland, Pa. Phone: CE 3-3222 I Houk SERVICE 0 Garment Storage 0 Shoe Reparing 0 Tailoring o Pick Up 81 Delivery M b National Institute of CI ners d Dy LOWER'S RESTAURANT For Good Food 0 209 Third Street New Cumberland, Penna. Congratulations to the Senior Class of l955 M. BRENNER 8K SONS, INC. Congratulations to the Class of '55 From George De Board CONTRACTOR and BUILDER Phone: Lewisberry 2347 Charter Coaches for all occasions LET US PLAN YOUR TOUR VALLEY TRANSPORTATION COMPANY LEMOYNE PHONE: CE 4-3021 in! f 'lv-"if" ' "fly ,-,f-im'nw'r1mwf" ' T ""' f-'rviwmm' A-frywq Shaull Equipment and Supply Co. LEMOYNE . PENNSYLVANIA Telephone: Harrisburg CE 8-9411 IRWIN'S DAIRY Serving Wesf Shore Schools With X-tra Rich Milk and Premium Qualify Ice Cream Call Us For Your Parfy Needs Irwin's Dairy 515 so. 32nd Sf. Camp Hill, Pa. "One pint please," requests Connie Berrier as she orders her milk from the Irwin's Dairy representative, John Gray. Onlookers are John Lawyer and Bill Lentz. LISBURN A Good Place To STOP On Roufe lll GENERAL STORE Gross Amoco Service ROD. No. 3 Paul Gross Phone: Mech. PO 6-9896 ir MECHANICSBURG, PA. For Pickup at Delivery GENERAL MERCHANDISE Phone: Lewisberry 2372 TAILOR SHOP M . I Ladzes and Gents I Remodeling, Reweaving, Relining, Cleaning and Pressing SUITS MADE TO ORDER 215 Third Sfreef, New Cumberland Open 8 A.M. to 9 P.M. Dick DeVeny, Tailor 146 CUT RATE 206 Sd St., New Cumberland and G. E. Air Conditioned Whitman Candies Buxton Wallets Parker and Esterbrook Pens Tons Of Toys James Lett 24 Hr. PHOTO SERVICE DOLLY MADISON ICE CREAM "Gil" Beckley - 'flacku Hobart , 7awn '7aamn 305 Bridge Street New Cumberland, Pa. CAMPBELL'S BARBER SHOP SERVICE BY APPOINTMENT -A' 823 Bridge St. Phone: CE 3-1277 H. B. llnhaugh and Son Electrical Contractors Wall Tile: Plastic, Steel Ceramic BELLXVOOD COMPANY 220 4th Street g N EW CUMBERLAND, PA. Phone: CE 3-8780 211 W. Third Street - NEW CUMBERLAND Floors: Vinyl neu Phon CE 2-6223 Owned and Operated Rubber by Asphalt METZGER 8: SON Linoleum 147 Wise's Grocery Store The Biggesg Little Store on the West Shore 402 Reno St. Phone: CE 4-1725 Open Evenings "They're the best on the market," exclaims Ina Jane Wise as she hands Donna Buss a package of potato chips. Phone: CE 4-881 5 Free Estimates JOHN L. NEGLEY, JR., Inc. Plastering frear 516 Bridge St.j New Cumberland, Pa. Lambert 8: Intreri General Contractors 534 S. 23rd St. Harrisburg, Pa. lf'fa2Lion'4 Beaulq Sfaappe Marion Papp-Prop. Individual Hair Sfyling Permanent Waving 303 Bridge ST. New Cumberland, Pc. Phone: CE 8-9277 GEORGE A. ZEIDERS and SON Heating, Plumbing 8. Sheer Mefal Work Roofing, Roof Painting 8: Spoufing Pumps 81 Pump Repairs R.D.1 Lewisberry, Pc. Phone: Lewisberry 2349 I Central Publishing House PHONE: CE 3-3214 13th and Walnut Streets Printers of THE N. C. HI TIMES Central Book Store Phone CE 2-8271 Church Supplies 23 N. 4th Street Harrisburg, Pennsylvania C. R. KILGORE Sz SON Electrical Contractors for the New Cumberland High School Addition Pepsi-Cola and Cloverdale DRINKS Pete Wlambaclfs Waxworks 14 N. 4th St. Harrisburg, Pa. Lawrie SZ Green Architectural Offices: 321 N. Front Street Harrisburg, Pennsylvania Architects for the addition to the New Cumberland High School '49 SHELLY'S Homade Ice Cream French Fries Hamburgers Hot Dogs Root Beer Qln Frosted Mugj 6th and Bridge Streets New Cumberland, Pa. CYDONNELUS Esso SERVICE NEW CUMBERLAND Harrisburg Building Units Co., lnc. Guy E. Shelley, Contractor 721 N. Seventeenth St. Harrisburg, Pa. General Construction of Schools, Churches, and Industrial Buildings JAMES A. CROKE COMPANY Business Equipment 121 South Second Street Harrisburg, Pennsylvania x w I fo N ' I r X P 4 " '4 f 'U 5 w 0 u ' 0 M- sr n I v 1' in N W I .lv N ., ' ta X E .nr ru I wr Wm p. 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