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

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VV . , ZAV -I ,,!?'1. , -A, Nm: , vp' PERIOD 8 PERIOD 7 .Z W 1 wav A. P ea I E I ewmwmn f 1 ,I V 'T K I . ik was I Wu +5 W' ff,,,c-415 513:43 IQ" ,. A...,I,.,..f I -I R' - " .. X,,A , I . . I Q :fi , sv' W if. 5' W w F -ff f . vii, Q, X1 H: 4, M, 'S af x ,Q S .fl 1 J , PERIOD 6 PERIOD 5 1wa..u'-'.5h. Foreword So that in' the years to come we may turn these pages, live once more the carefree days of our lives. and see again the faces we once knew: so that our troubles and our joys, our deeds and ou.r lives in the space of "TIME" shall not be lost forever in obscurity, we, the class of Nineteen Hundred' Fifty Seven, offer you this "SHAWNEE" as a 'pleasant and lasting memory of ourselves and classmates. If by doing this we can keep our high school days forever near us, and the memories of them alive in our hearts, we shall know that our humble efforts have not been unrequited. If we can enable ourselves to carry with us through life the spirit of our NCHS years, the spirit of youth, of perseverance, and the happiness, we shall know the pleasure of a task well done. NEW CUMBERLAND HIGH SCHOOL . . has undergone important changes since its construction in 1928 to provide vital facilities for a growing curriculum and student body. To the original building, with its twelve classrooms surrounding the gymnasium, were added a music room, office wing, northwest classrooms. and a band room between 1935 and 1948. The 1956 building program remodeled older parts of the school plant and supplied eleven new Classrooms, a cafeteria, home economics suite, a nurse's quarters. Although the ex- pansion program has filled the school site with a huge rambling building, classroom needs fall far behind because of yearly enrollment increases. While legal technicalities and court procedures still delay construction of the West Shore Joint High School, "operation squeeze" becomes more difficult each year. for IQ57 presented by the Senior Class NEW CUMBERLAND HIGH SCHUUL New Cumberland, Pennsylvania dbh Ed RUTH DI L B M SHE L BERG F 1 Ad A NAO IPETERS MA Y RU AKE OPENING ............ DEDICATION .......... ADMINISTRATION FACULTY ...... , ......... SENIORS ....,............, UNDERCLASSMEN CLASSES ............... ACTIVITIES ,...,... FEATURES ...... ATHLETICS ........ ADVERTISERS ........ ICAL SCENE on the front step f the hoo cz e the y C1 o lunch. A contrast betwe t d d cr o s G rn m d e p lie on NC's campus. SEATED ON STEPS LEFT TO RIGHT Wo ley R K 1 y I STANDING, LEFT TO RIGHT: Ew q C Ste A Whe le L L d q I S h fi S o R., homas R., Ross D., Re ger R Sh ly Dedication To a coach whose wise counsel on good sportsmanship is mirrored in the attitudes of Tiger teams: to a teacher whose brisk training in clean living is carried into daily student activities: to a man whose keen iudgernent is esteemed by antagonist or friend: to a friend whose genuine understanding is appreciated by all who seek his aid: to our choice ot the vear, COACH RUSSELL POOLE, we dedicate the 1957 SHAWNEE. COMPLICATED EQUIPMENT . . . goes into operation as engineers complete the new public address system. AT LEFT, Mr, S. P. Bomgardner explains to office secretaries Gloria Wilt and Kathleen Earles how to set' switches and volume for daily announcements. Mr. Iohn Iohnson, assistant principal, gives his aid to the "trial run". Q LIBRARY HELPERS . . . BELOW RIGHT. Linda Taylor and Barbara Blessing inspect a new book as they find a place lor it on the shelves. They are both members of the library club and spend a lot of time keeping the books in good repair. YULETIDE GREETINGS . . . com- mercial art club members admire Shel- ley Berg's Santa Claus as they de- corate the art room bulletin board. ABOVE, LEFT TO RIGHT are Sondra Prosser, Shelley Berg, Nancy Sue Wigfield and Daretta Mock. Q CAFETERIA WORKERS . . . give ser- vice with a smile. AT RIGHT, Harvey Baney serves Dick Banl-cert his lunch while Mike Steger and Rick Lambert, cashiers, and Mrs. Elizabeth Snelbaker, dietician, watch. The cafeteria help are taken from the sport teams. All the boys are on the football squad. Qian- CUSTODIANS . . . "Willing workers from dawn to dusk" suitably describes New Cumberland High's maintenance men. AT RIGHT, LEFT TO RIGHT ARE: Mr. Iohn Hutton, Mr. Arthur Conner, Mr. Isaac Kline, Sr. and Mr. Isaac Kline, Ir. Mr. Hutton helps students dis- pose ol paper and stacks dishes in the cafeteria. Mr. Conner presides over Seventh Street's boiler room, while the Klines keep the high school spic and span. Q OFFICE WORK . . . BELOW, M. Charles Gemmill, Associate Super- intendent, explains some typing he wants done to his secretary, Mrs. Marjorie Walters. Recently new admin- strative problems have been created by an expanding school system. Aside from these problems, much of Mr. Gemmill's time is spent with his re- presentation of the high school to the school board. FN. ,ZR ENTHUSIASTIC OFFICERS . . . AT LEFT, class presidents, Sam Brinton, senior and Linda Wise. junior discuss plans for the year's major activities while the other officers submit ideas ior fund raising projects. Recording the im- portant events on the blackboard is Patricia Miller, junior secretary. Vice- presidents, Barry Seip, Senior and Gretchen Wright. junior seated, listen to the suggestions while Udine Steiger- walt, senior explains the treasurer's duties to Paul Burkhart, junior Q CAFETERIA STAFF . . . These able mistresses ot NC's cafeteria, under the supervision of Mrs. Elizabeth Snelbaker. daily provide service with a smile. Nourishing meals at low prices attract large numbers of students each lunch- time. LEFT TO RIGHT, ROW ONE: Mrs. Mary Lower, Mrs. Della Gosnell, Mrs. Alice Leedy, Mrs. Ethel Long, Mrs. Ella Bates, Mrs. Sue Vogelsong. ROW TWO: Mrs. Marie Moorhead and Mrs. Dorothy Prescott. UNEXPECTED SURPRISE . . . AT RIGHT, aglow with surprise, Sandy Snell cuts her birthday cake to share with the ten senior girls who gave the first birth- day party in the new cafeteria in her honor. They are, LEFT TO RIGHT: ROW ONE-Mardee Stouffer. Iackie Bibbins. Sandy, Caroline Shaw and Wendy Wells. ROW TWOeRuth Diehl, Ioan Ruth, Carol Ann Christian, Starr Macfarlane and Patricia Mumper. Q DETERMINED TIGERS . . . Sportsman- ship and competition stimulate a school's spirit. BELOW, Rick Lambert, LEFT, and lack Kohn, who are active in all phases of school life discuss New Cumberland's sports program. Rick displays his football letter sweater as proof of his sports activity. K HELPING HANDS . . . The stage crew, among other activities, is in charge of the audio and visual aids used in classes. ABOVE RIGHT. operators Clark Donley.Ioe Iames and Lee Croke demonstrate the slide projector, tape recorder and movie projector, three of our most useful educational aids. Q INDUCTION SERVICES . . . AT RIGHT, ten juniors smilingly take the oath of the National Honor Society given by Lee Croke, president. Membership requires a high scholastic attainment. LEFT TO RIGHT ARE: Carleton Garrett, Iudy Robertson, Clark Donley, Mary Glad- felter, Diane Bowles, Lee, Ierry Brack- bill. Doris Meas, Nancy Handshaw, Tom Burkhart and William Claar. PROBLEMS OF DEMOCRACY CLASSES took tours to various points of in- terest sponsored by the Aces. Watching intently as a printing mechanism goes into motion at the Evangelical Press at left are, LEFT TO RIGHT: Iames Weak- ley, Barry Schwartz, Walter Wilt, lore- ground. Carl Crone. Q MISS NC HI . . . the election of Miss NC Hi symbolizes the highest honor bestowed upon a girl of NCI-IS. Nominated by the sen- iors and chosen by popular vote of the entire school, her identity is re- vealed each year at the Thanksgiving dance. ' CHERRY PIE EXPERTS . . . proudly dis- play their pastries lor the judges. ABOVE, entrants in the cherry pie baking event are Norma Fogle, lelt. and Susan Schrack. Q PRACTICE SESSION . . . mixed chorus members at left rehearse songs intently. FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Fetrow R.. Nei- man E., Shuler B., Springer B. ROW TWO: White I., Kutz I., Drawbaugh B., Zeigler I., Benedict I. ROW THREE: Dunmire C., Olewiler R., Whitcomb R.. Mailey R., Speese R. 9 fu, 'umm- 12 Administration IOINT SCHOOL COMMITTEE . . . which operates 7 through I2 grades is comprised of a majority of each individual school board from New Cumberland, Fairview Township, and Lewisberry. LEFT TO RIGHT, SEATED ARE: Mr. Charles F. Warren, Goldsboro: Mr. Frank Kerlin, treasurer: New Cumberland: Mrs. Elsie Wise, Lewisberry: Mr. Paul Guyer, president, New Cumberland: Mrs. Geraldine Cook. Lewisberry: Rev. D. F. Mowrey, secretary: New Cumberland: Mr. Charles W. Gemrnill, associate superintendent. STANDING. LEFT TO RIGHT: Wayne Beshore, Fairview Township: Mr. Newton Bair, Fairview Township: Nicholas Iusth, Lewisberry: Mr. Wayne Moody, Goldsboro: Mr. Miles Brubaker, Goldsboro: Mr. Norman Basehore. New Cumberland: Mr. Russel Updegraff, attorney. MR. CHARLES GEMMILL Associate Superintendent COMMANDER IN CHIEF .. . skillfully directs the school in the New Cumberland Ioint School System. Throuqh all his years of toil, loyal service and multitudious tasks, he has striven to give the school the best staff and facilities possible. His farsiahted administration has in- stituted many familiar phases of curricular and extracurricular activities. MR. S. P. BOMGARDNER Principal A WORTHY EXAMPLE . . . since 1925, Mr. Bomgardner has devoted considerable time to curriculum and student sched- ules. His duties were made more complicated with the increasing student body. The completion of the new wing lurnished additional problems with the moving of the 8th grade into the building. MB. IOHN IOHNSON Assistant Principal GUIDANCE DIRECTOR . . Mr. Iohnson finds his hours filled with student attendance and disciplinary problems. As guidance instructor he interviews all seniors and coordin- ates the testing program for job placement as well as college entrance. As adviser to the student council he directs student government. MB. DAVIED ROBERTSON Elementary Principal AMIABLE SUPERVISOR . . . pilots the faculty and pupils oi three separate elementary schools in New Cumberland. This busy schedule means irequent visits to all classrooms and supervision of 43 teachers. The growing population oi New Cumberland necessitates construction of a new elementary building to house more than 800 pupils now under his supervision. WALTER S. BAILETS Shippensburg S T C, B. S. Mathematics . . . hunting . . . fishing. ELEANOR H. BENNETT Iowa S T C, B. S. Science . . . hunting cmd fishing . . . auction sales. ANNE M. BLECKER Lebanon-Valley College. B. A. World history . . . Spanish . . . Spanish club . . . ceramic sculpture . . . painting. RICHARD E. BOWEN West Chester S T C, B. S. Seventh Street head teacher . . . health and phys. ed . . . I. V. football . . . fishing . . . bowling. GERALD S. BRINTON University of Maryland, M. A. American history . . . reading . . . model ships. 14 Faculty The greatest sacrifice MARY M. BRUBAKER Elizabethtown College, B. A. Latin . . guidance counselor . . . TIMES . SHAWNEE . . . jr. classical league . . reading . . . sewing . . . traveling . . cooking. D. BRUCE CONNER Franklin and Marshall College. B. S.. M. Ed., Science and mathematics . . . music, all kinds . . . sports. DONALD CORNISH Bucknell University, M. Ed. American history . . . sports enthusiast. EDITH H. DAVID Millersville S T C, B. S. English . . world geography . . . Tri-Hi-Y .' . swimming . . . gardening. ' ROBERT L. DECK Shippensburg S T C, B. S. Commercial studies . . . central treasury . . . golf . . . bowling . . . eating w . . swimming. is the sacrifice oi Time MIRIAM B. DECKER . Shippensburg S T C, B. S., B. A. Ir. High English . . . classical music. DOROTHY DENISON Pennsylvania State University, B. A. General math . . . algebra . . . bridge whiz . . . sports. WILLIAM C. DITTMAR Lehigh University, B. A. Civics . . . problems of democracy . . . varsity foot- ball coach . . . sports, all kinds . . his kids. DOROTHY M. DUNKLEBERGER Mt. Sinai School oi Nursing, R. N. School nurse . . . junior red cross council . . . trips to Washington . . . interior de- corating. KATHLEEN A. EARLES Office secretary . . . reading . . . movies . . . popular music. I957 ROBERT EDWARDS East Stroudsburg, B. S. Driver educa- tion and training . . . junior play . . . intramurals . . . travel . . . sports . . music. IESSE W. ELICKER Millersville S T C, B. S. Shop and mechanical drawing . . . gardening . . . tishing. EARL I. FOLLETT California S T C, B. S. Industrial arts . . . mechanical drawing . . . sports Ian. LAWRENCE M. GARMAN Shippensburg S T C, B. S. Biology . . . world history . . . track . . . sports . . . sciences . . . enjoys eating. MICHAEL HOMICK Bloomsburg S T C, B. S. Civics . . mathematics . . . general science . . . goli . . . tennis . . . all sports . . . read- ing. 15 PAULINE HORWITZ Temple University, B. S. History . . . mathematics . . . sewing . . . girl scouts. CAROLE C. KOONS Kutztown S T C. B. S. Librarian . . . leathercrait . . . cooking . . . television. AUDREY V. KOPP Elizabethtown College, M. Ed. Business English . . . general business . . . typing I . . . Tri-Hi-Y . . . oil painting . . . cook- ing. LEE H. KROUT Syracuse University. B. S. English . . . world history . . . ceramics . . . athletics of all kinds. RAMONA A. LEBO Lebanon Valley College, B. S. Music . . . jr. high chorus . . . girls' and mixed choruses . . . singing . . . cook- ing. 16 Facult Time. young man MERLE LEIBENSPERGER Ursinus College, B. A. Latin . . . English . . . jr. classical league . . . painting . . . travel. ROBERT H. LISSE West Chester S T C. B. S. Mathematics . . . all sports . . . golf. Tl-IELMA L. MARKS Marshall College. B. A. French . . . .English . . . writing letters . . . neighbor- hood coffee club . . . gardening . . . her daughters. ROBERT K. MILLER Shippensburg S T C, B. S. Typing . . . general business . . . basketball coach . . . music, all kinds . . . amateur radio operator. MARY S. MYERS V Hood C0llege. B. A. English . . . likes to read . . . crossword puzzles. has taught us both a lesson l95 MARY D. PALONE University of Pittsburgh, B. S. Girls' health and physical education . . . intra- murals . . . cheerleader adviser . . . cooking . . . reading . . . swimming. FRED M. PEIFFER Iuniata College, B. S. American and world history . . . "2l" club . . . base- ball coach . . . faculty manager of athletics. LOUISE H. PERRY Wittenberg College, A. B. English . . handicraft. A. NAOMI PETERS Columbia University, M. A. Problems of democracy and World history . . . SHAWNEE adviser . . . senior class play . . . class day production . . . jack-of-all-trades . . . "Bar Nothing" Ranch. RUSSELL P. POOLE West Chester S T C, B. S. Boys' health and physical education . . . assistant football coach . . . woodburning. I L': ::55'ss: ' ?5 qgiffi kf?53i'z5:.. ' rrffisi and saw ve... 1s7'si:4e,s:? ffzsyfif. , rs. fi w -7 zu w w E- L.: f, , znf, sw g . ' ' ggi tw, wwf--'?f13'. air..-.fi -: ' ::w:.?459'53 .i:1 ..f?:rf?ff ' ' HMM N3'i5571:'fi A1421 1- i-H' -25. .r ., S L' .4 W-'M f' A s - if -5- gg.. :ima E: ': A 'l"f?" '5"' 'Kia fr 2 WH: A 2, 'LAN' at S mln, RUTH M. ROADARMEL Pennsylvania State University. B. A. Office practice and sho thand . . . typing . . . sewing . . . gardl -ning . . . travel- ing . . . stenography club. LESTER R. ROCKEY Tercas College of Arts and Industries, B. S. General Science . . . driver educa- tion . . . I. V. basketball coach . , . intra- murals . . . bowling . . . wrestling . . . sports . . . Mr. Fix-it. SAMUEL ROKSANDIC Shippensburg S T C, B. S. Geography . . . fishing and hunting . . . sports enthusiast. KENNETH L. SAMPSON Pennsylvania State University, M. ED. Music director . . . band . . . orchestra . . . dance band . . . boys' chorus . . . bowling . . . fishing . . . cars. CLOVER D. SARACENA Marshall College. B. A. Home economics . . . reading . . . growing flowers. 17 Time shall teach all things Facult BLANCHE E. SLAYBAUGH Columbia University, M. A. English and journalism . . . N C Hi Times .. . sewing . . . traveling . . . reading . . . photography. IOHN R. SMELTZ Pennsylvania State University. D. Ed. Advanced mathematics . . . physics and science . . . photo club . . . stage crew . . . photography specialist . . . audio- visual aids. CLIFFORD SNYDER Pennsylvania State University, B. S. Mathematics . . . hunting . . . photo- graphy . . . fishing. ELEANOR P. STANTON Kutzstown S T C, B. A. Art supervisor . . . commercial art club . . . painting. , 3,.s,..i ..,... K. ,. ,,,,, ,.,. . 'ww f . J.: - -f f. ..m,,.,.,., gl-fs,-,,,, ist... A , .-,r aw,-1-V ws, J... M.. ,.,., . ,. . ls, ze. ..,.. ..,, . -, .,. .swag ,,, MRM. c,.,c,, .,,. . ,, , .,,,..,, . N.. ,. -1 sf.-f.,,.,. -.,mf11efHg 'sw , -1 v,,. 13-,mffyq a?s?.:xf,f:?:2s15gs..:zM'f-1 ' f,.-f,.5-q.1f- ,ze A ,Q-f5ffI5?iTif5 , 'T-if' " ,Alf ROY G. SUTTON Shippensburg S T C, B. S. Chemistry and general science . . . woodworking . . . gardening . . . traveling . . . swim- ming. e"'t .7 5 Lf is: 2 r Q ,zzz ,- 1 :iii fl' "Hgf3Eff'Vf ' ' KYLEETZ'-55flf'jEgffjtz .iz7f5'V'-'ff:5I M" in .,:ssfQQ'g :'f 1:fj.,geg ,g,f Vi, - .. 11mfai4p3ig5:i'fU' iff I , - ., N X '-tw , g K T2 1 'N ,ff . - " ii . '- ' " Vw1sfT3,s?m r " I .gr .1 tw . wir 5 sm.. E ,. 1..,,g t.w H. a2ft . 18S fig WILLARD L. TINTSMAN Ohio State University. B. S. Home economics . . . flowers . . . animals. BETTY S. WEAVER Indiana S T C, B. S. English . . . garden ing . . . raising boys . . . reading. GLORIA M. WILT Office Secretary . . . collector of china dogs . . . traveling . . . hillbilly music. IOHN A. ZITTO Lock Haven S T C, B. S. American history . . . Hi-Y . . . physical education in intramurals . . . bowling . . . fish DISCUSSING THE RESULTS of New Cumberlands recent evaluation these men and women compare notes. ABOVE, LEFT TO RIGHT SEATED Mr Stowell Mr Franklin Marsh Miss Gladys Worth Mr Medill Blair, Mrs. Maxine Bixler Mr Amos Hunsberger Dr Thomas Tenkins STANDING Mr Grant Herr M Daniel Skeath, Mr Robert Ulmer Mr Iohn Day Mr Robert Keehn Mr Charles Bickle Mr Kenneth Grosh Mr. Alvin Williamson Mr Clarence Orendori BUSY FACULTY .. takes time to enjoy a hearty lunch in the cafeteria. AT RIGHT, Miss Grace Spangler. Miss Gloria Wilt, Miss Mary Brubaker, Dr. Iohn Smeltz and Mr. Roy Sutton. TIMES CO-EDITOR throws questions at Mr Medill Blair LEFT Mrs Maxme Bixler and Mr Daniel Skeath who smrlmgly give hints and ideas on school topics for publication in the TIMES NEW CUMBERLH' ass CL Swann class li 5 SUIBBL HOME BE RULED BY TIME THE WISEST COUNSELLCR OF ALL Th us Award Winners SHAWNEE CONGRATULATES . . . top winners in the awards ot 1957 are Lee Croke and Carol Christian with four prizes each: Lee Croke cups awards from the West Shore Lions club to the boy with the highest scholastic average: the American Chemical Society to the most outstanding chemistry student, the Veterans of Foreign Wars to the boy with the highest average in mathematics: the Iunior Civic Club for outstanding work in science. Carol Christian wins prizes from the Senior Civic club for excellence in public speaking: and also the outstanding student in English: the Veterans of Foreign Wars to the girl with the highest average in mathematics: the Gold Key for excellence in Iournalism. Triple honors go to Mardee Stouffer from the lunior Civic Club to the outstanding prospective nursing student: the American Legion Auxiliary ior excellence in citizenship: the Gold Key ior excellence in journalism. Double awards go to Ruth Diehl from the Daughters oi the American Revolution for outstanding citizenship and the Gold Key for excellence in Iournalism: to Barry Seip from the Iunior Civic club for excellence in science and the Gold Key for photography. Single prize winners are: Shelley Berg from the Senior Civic Club lor excellence in art. Nationwide Insurance for outstanding work in business education: Catherine Ditlow, iirst prize, and lean Trout, second prize, for excellence in business edu- cation from the Secondary Teachers Association: Lois Sheaifer from the Class of 1952 as the outstanding student in foreign languages: Richard Curp from the Zeswitz Music company ior instrumental music, and Ronald Whitcomb from the West Shore Choral society for vocal music: Iohn Kohn from the New Cumberland Junior Chamber of Commerce as the outstanding athlete: Iacquelyn White from the Panhellenic Society for the most scholastic improvement. ROW ONE: Shelley Berg, Carol Christian, Lee Croke, Richard Curp. ROW TWO: Ruth Diehl, Catherine Ditlow, Yvonne Hughes, lack Kohn. ROW THREE: Barry Seip, Lois Sheaifer, Udine Steigerwalt, Mardee Stoufier. ROW FOUR: leflll Trout, Ronald Whitcomb, Iacquelyn White. um Laude , , : fir -rf.. f7.:,-elim-K-f - -5 tg 4332 M125 11:53 , lffylifsgfgiwr .,f,wng,:af 2 f K .f-,ig 11 -' if .Lgm.1t-wggwggggs . -' j 1 -1- +V wgiifigssilrf izfggwf ge :S if . R 56 I FIRST HONOR GRADUATES . . . First Honors go to these seniors who attain an average of 90 or above during their four years in high school. PICTURED ABOVE. ROW ONE: Richard Bankert, Carol Christian, Lee Croke, Richard Curp. ROW TWO: Catherine Ditlow, Clinton Hale, Iames Lamont, Linda Lentz. ROW THREE: Patricia Mumper. Barry Seip, Lois Sheaiier. Iames Smith. ROW FOUR: Mardee Sparver. Udine Steigerwalt, Mardee Stouiier, lean Trout. LENDING A HELPING hand to the senior class for innumerable activities are these class advisers. Always there when needed, these teachers often gave up their valuable time to work out problems and advise students. LEFT TO RIGHT - Mr. Earl Follett, Mrs. Eleanor Stanton, Dr. Iohn Smeltz and Mr. Roy Sutton. Knowledge comes, but wisdom lingers DILIGENT LEADERS ......... enthusiasm and re- sponsibility ior all senior projects is the main activity of the senior class officers. The clever ingenuity of Samuel Brinton. president: Barry Seip, vice-president: Ruth Diehl. secretary and Udine Steigerwalt, treasurer, was evident in the senior assembly, "Monitor", and the senior play. "Mother was cr Freshman." The intrigue oi fallen leaves was of interest lor the senior partyl "Autumn Leaves". OH to the big city, seniors took in a whirlwind of sight-seeing on the class trip to New York city. A class worthy ai following prepared an eventful class day program for the entire school. Iune 4. Senior eaders of l95 DANIEL C. ARTLEY General Outdoorsman . . quiet-till you get to know him . . Marine enlistee . . one of the gang . . outstanding sideburns . . and blushes . . motorcycle fan . . likes his girls little and blonde. PATRICIA A. AUBREY Commercial Mixed chorus 2.3: girls' chorus 1.4: glee club 1,2.3: intramurals 1,2,3,4: Bible club 2: tri-hi-y 4: steno club 4: student council 2.3: SHAWNEE 4: radio staff 4: operetta 2: play produc- tion 4: homeroom officer 2.3: Virginian import . . shy . . distaste for sauer- kraut . . shiny black locks. THROENA M. BAILETS Commercial Mixed chorus 3.4: girls' chorus 3.4: tri-hi-y 4: SHAWNEE 4: steno club 4: Latin club 2: play cast 3: homeroom officer 2: plays a wicked guitar . . oh! Elvis! . . love that pizza! . . expressive eyes . . sweet and saucy . . skating enthusiast. ADA C. BAIR Commercial Mixed chorus 3.4: girls' chorus 3.4: intramurals 2.3.4: I-Gtin Club 27 Sleno club 4: radio staff 3.4: little lndidn staff l,2,3.4: tri-hi-y 2.3: SHAWNEE staff 4: play cast 3.4: homeroom of- ficer 3 . . sharp dresser . . dill pickles for a sweet kid . . vivacious . . pint size. HARVEY E. BANEY General Football 3.4: track 2.4: varsity club 3.4: student council 4-president 4: play production 3.4: homeroom officer 4 . . student council prexy . . I gotta' go "Io" . . "shoulders" . . fightin' full- back . . Navy has eyes on him . . soon to grace Shippensburg College. Seniors The Time demands strong minds can -, 'ite- 3.33 RICHARD D. BANKERT Academic Football 2,3.4: baseball 1,2.3.4: Bas- ketball Z: national honor society 3.4: varsity club 4: Latin club 1.2: class officer 3 . . sports his first love . . "Binky" the brainy bachelor . . trusty quarterback . . cute car for a cute guy. SHELLEY BERG Academic Intramurals 1.2.3.4: commercial art club 3.4: Latin club 1.2: tri-hi-y 3.4: SHAWNEE business manager 4: "21" club 3.4: play production 3.4 . . pleas- ing personality . . the artistic touch . . over the bounding main . . willing worker . . ad-getter supreme . . fre- quently on camping trips. ROBERT N. BEST Academic Baseball 4: intramurals 2: hi-y 2,3.4: Latin club 1: radio staff 2.3.45 student council 4: play production 4: homeroom officer 3 . . regular sleepy Ioe . . car mechanic . . underclass girls . . foot- ball fan . . dislike for egotists. LARRY E. BETZ General Quiet?? . . all around guy . . New Mar- ket tech . . majors in study halls . . "Pretzel" . . girl shy. IACQULYN A. BIBBINS Academic Tiger mascot 3.4: girls' chorus 2.3.4: mixed chorus 2,3.4: intramurals l.2.3,4: tri-hi-y 3.4: Latin club l,2: SHAWNEE assistant business manager 4: prom committee' chairman 3: play production 3: play cast 4 . . Blue Butterfly own- er . . those slumber parties. true faith and willing hands BARBARA L. BLESSING Commercial Intramurals I.2.3: library club 1.2,3,4: steno club 4: tri-hi-y 3.4: red cross council l.2.3.4: SHAWNEE staff 4: play production 3.4: homeroom officer 4 . . Pizza Pies a la Castiglios . . one of N C's Blessings . . Oh, those sleeping parties . . boys her specialty. CAROL A. BLESSING Commercial Intramurals l,2.3: tri-hi-y 3.4: libidry' club 1.2.3.4: steno club 4: SHAWNEE staff 4: play production 3.4 . . count your Blessings--if you can tell them apart . . A fan of "Phi1s" . . crazy about pop records and southem ac- cents . . peaches and cream complex- ion. PAT BONNER General The average man . . chem lab expert . . the "mad" bomber . . fisherman su- preme . . misogynist - lsee vocabulary listl . . always walks to Harrisburg . . a real joker. CARL W. BOOKS General Intramurals l,2,3.4: baseball 1.2: wres- tling 4 . . "Bugs" can't be found dur- ing hunting season . . fun-loving . . allergy to girls . . avid sports fan . . crewcut . . school isn't a must . . sense of humor . . small but mighty. HARRY L. BOWERS General Bundle of joy . . prefers "Fords" . . dodges vocab . . fishing rod in one hand. rifle in the other . . study hall lover . . drafting his long suit . . prob- lems of democracy a problem. Z6 Seniors as if . - is f 1.5.1 .. - , . . 'gf --'mg - if .5 3 H L .gs .. xl, .L.l . ' . - :f'f:if.- f.:'jJ'ff3:L 'V T ":' S 'f Q. '-it ,sm . .5952-Icssiis ' " WILLIAM G. BRENNER General Intramurals 1.2: football 1.2.3.-1: scenery club I,2,3,4: play production 3.4 . . blond wavy hair . . cars his business- girls his sideline . . candidate for the seven seas . . blushes . . tall timber . . talented artist . . that sly grin. SAMUEL R. BRINTON Academic Mixed chorus 3.4: boys' chorus 3.4: football manager 1.2: student council 2.3.4: Latin club 1.2: play cast 4: class president 2.3.4 . . the "slow walk" on Monday morning . . original hairdo . . his eye and stomach toward the fu- ture. namely the navy . . underclass- men his weakness. WEN DY A. BROWN General Intramurals 3: red cross council 2.3.4: library club 2.3.4: Spanish club 3: tri- hi-y 3.4: play production 3 . . a superb dancer . . keepsake "Enola" . . quiet . . beauty with an Italian look . . op- posite sex her main interest . . dis- tinctive . . energetic. HALPH W. BRUBAKEH General Intramurals 1.2: baseball 2.3.4: foot- ball 3 . . campus. cook . . loves to eat - except in the cafeteria . . vacation lover . . majors in study halls . , vo- cabulary's not his meat . . agreeable . . fun-loving . . a reputed math whiz . . eligible bachelor. CAROL A. CHRISTIAN Academic Girls' chorus 2,3.4: mixed chorus 2.3,4: intramurals 1.Z.3.4: Latin club 1.2: French club 4: radio staff 2.3.4: TIMES staff 3.4 - co-editor 4: tri-hi-y 3.4: national honor society 3.4: SHAWNEE staff 4: play cast 4 . . the torch that leads the TIMES . . experienced DJ. . . actress of note. LEONARD S. CONLEY General Intramurals 2 . . cars his weakness . . girls, girls. but not in Bermudas . . that clean. scrubbed look . . to know him is to like him . . secret ambitions . . cdept at farming . . it's pleasant to have him around . . substantial . . re- spectful. - LEE CROKE Academic Band l.2.3.4: boys' chorus 2.3.4: mixed chorus 2.3.4: dance band l.2.3.4: or- chestra l.2.3,4: football Z.3.4: intra- murals l.2.3.4: Latin club 1.2: stage crew l.2.3.4: photography club 2.3.4: national honor society 3.4: SHAWNEE staff 4: TIMES staff 2.3.4: radio staff 3.4: play cast 3.4 . . plays a smooth sax . . can he do math? CARL CRONE General Intramurals 1.2.3.4 . . a workingman . . keeps your car on the go . . carrots . . hunter and trapper . . late arrivals . . New Market guide . . can sleep anywhere. RICHARD E. CURP Academic Band l.2.3.4: orchestra 2.3.4: dance band 2.3.4: baseball 2: intramurals 2.4: Latin club 2: Spanish club 3: play cast 3: play production 4 . . Richardo, the Great . . champion orator . . music another weakness . . good times his main interest . . always ready with an answer to anything. FRANCES A. DAGLE Academic Girls' chorus 3.4: junior a cappella 2: in- tramurals 2.3: tri-hi-y 2.3.4: Spanish club 3.4: French club 4: play produc- tion 3.4: homeroom officer 1.2 . . soon to be a Mrs. . . foreign language fiend . . quiet? . . connoisseur . . sees double . . long black hair . . dimples. Even such is time CLARE I. DAVIS Commercial Library club 2.3.4 . . better known as Iane . . Elvis Presley fan . . goes for Navy men . . little in stature . . quiet? . . gift of wit . . blushes so easily . . those laughing eyes . . hillbilly music her style . . washing dishes not to her fancy. PHILLIP C. DeBOARD Academic Football l.2.3.4: baseball 2: intramurals 1.2.4: Latin club 1: play cast 3: play production 4 . . "Doub1e" or nothing . . tease . . friend to all . . his troubles vanish . . partial to,New Cumberland gals . . drives a Studebaker . -. dogs this man's best friend. RUTH C. DIEHL Academic Band 2.3,4: girls' chorus 2.3.4: mixed chorus 2.3,4: county chorus 4: intra- murals 2.3: red cross council l.2.3.4: tri-hi-y 3.4: Spanish club 4: TIMES staff l.2.3.4: SHAWNEE editor-in-chief 4: Little Indian staff l.2.3.4: radio staff l.2.3.4: play cast 3.4: class secretary l.2.3.4: Miss N C Hi . . smile with a smile . . courtesy personifed. CATHERIN F. DITLOW Academic Mixed chorus 3.4: girls' chorus 3.4: county chorus 4: intramurals 3: Latin club 1.2: steno club 4: play production 4 . .all's "Fair" in her eyes . . shy . . sweet smile . . answers to Cathy . . co- cperative . . cool and calm as a cu- cumber . . always singing . . refined . . intellectual . . helpful. RAY R. EICHELBERGER Academic Football 1.2: baseball 1.2.4: intramur- als l.2.3.4: Latin club 1: Spanish club 2.3 . . ardent sports lover . . "Ike" . . no girls . . quiet-till you get to know him . . fun-loving . . argumentative . . speaks up for Lewisbury . . entertain- mg. 27 ERRIS L. ELEY Commercial Band 1,2,3,4: girls' chorus 3,4: intra- murals l,2,3.4: tri-hi-y 3.4: library club 1.2: SHAWNEE staff 4: play production 3 . . driving the "Olds" . . sub lover . . Navy interests . . cider not for her - - or play parties . . queen of the candy counter. MARTHA R. ETTINGEli Commercial Intramurals 1.2.3.4 . . favorite pastime - roller skating . . sub sandwich fiend . . gum cracking specialist . . big little girl . . expresses herself flu- ently . . pint size sweetie . . exuber- ant . . witty . . anything red goes on her list . . dimples galore. IANIS FAILOR Commercial Intramurals 1: student council 1: Span- ish club: "2l" club 3.4: play produc- tion 3,4 . . friendly . . smile for all . . hates to get up in the morning . . modest . . conservative . . tall and slender . . any "male" for her. IANICE L. FETROW General Intramurals 1.2: Latin club 1: library club Z.3.: red cross council 2.3: tri- hi-y 3.4: Spanish club 3: SHAWNEE staff 4: play production 3.4: home- room officer 3 . . that new Ford! . . likes her guys tall-and dark . . blush- es . . tafiy colored hair and big blue eyes . . fragile. ROBERT D. FETROW Commercial Band 2,3.4: boys' chorus 4: mixed chorus 4 . . sports cars his weakness . . future mechanic . . drummer boy . . girls not for him. Seniors our youth. our ioys. our hopes NORMA S. FOGLE Commercial Intramurals l,Z.3.4: Spanish club 2 . . prefers popular music . . roller skating fanatic . . definitely not an Elvis fan . . talks and talks and talks . . alumni interest . . excitement . . laughing eyes . . vigorous . . champion joker . . shiny brown hair. MARY E. FREET Commercial Intramurals l,2,3,4: "2l" club 3.4: li- brary club 4: tri-hi-y 3,4: SHAWNEE staff 4: play production 4 . . Oh. those letters! . . cool and collected , . noth- ing short ior her - - includes boys and hair . . basketball enthusiast . . re- liable . . a diligent friend . . creative. DOLORES I. GARDINER Commercial Girls' chorus 3,4: intramurals l.Z.3.4: tri-hi-y 3.4: Spanish club 2: steno club 4: SHAWNEE staff 4 . . petite . . a "Ray" of sunlight . . likes her men small . . sensible . . could dance all :right . . no pizza please . . avid sports an. CHARLA GRISSINGER Commercial Intramurals 1.2,3.4: tri-hi-y 3: homeroom officer 3 . . Friday nights at the bar- beque cottage . . big tease . . out of town boys . . yellow Kaiser . , hearty . . casual . . horse enthusiast . . always learning new jitterbug steps. IO ANN GUISTWHITE Commercial Intramurals l,2,3.4: Spanish club 3 . . roller skating fan . . strong dislike for conceit . . laughing blue eyes . . sports addict . . doll face . . smart dresser . . football players galore . . tease . . loads of fun . . ready for anything. CLINTON E. HALE Academic Football 2.3.4: intramurals l.2.3.4: La- tin club 2: varsity club 4: class officer 2 . . out oi doors man . . longs for weekends . . his brains show . . rates with the best athletes . . doesn't go for talkers . . curly hair . . out of town girls only. LOYAL L. HARBOLD Commercial Intramurals 2 . . disc jockey fan . . "Dig" magazines and murder books . . known to many as "Sis" . . shuns vocab . . fast talker . . light hearted . . out of town boys . . Elvis, Elvis. and more Elvis. IOHN H. HARING Academic Intramurals 3,4: Latin club 1 . . avid sports ian . . hillbilly music . . constant T.V. viewer . . soon 'to wear the Air Force blue . . "chevies" for him. BARBARA I. HARTMAN Commercial Girls' chorus 2.3,4: mixed choms Z.3.4: intramurals 1.Z.3.4: tri-hi-y 2.3: steno club 4: play production 4: SHAWNEE staff 4: eyes for the Air Force . . us- ually found roller skating . . public speaking not for her . . equestrianne supreme. PATTI L. HERR Academic Mixed chorus 2.3.4: girls' chorus 2.3.47 intramurals 1.2.3.4: cheerleading 1.2.3.4: Spanish club 3: Latin club 1.2: tri-hi-y 2.3.4: SHAWNEE stafi 4: play cast 3.4 . . pert cheerleader . . shiny black tresses . . experienced model . . strik- ingly attractive . . smartly fashionable. We are young HERBERT K. HOFFMEIER Academic Basketball l.2,3.4: track 2: iootball l,Z,3: varsity club 3.4: scenery crew 1.2: hi-y 4: Latin club 2: play produc- tion 3 . . asset to basketball . . blonde and unattached . , allergic to girls . . long and lanky . . always ready with a witty remark . . those odd-colored basketball jerseys. GEORGANN L. HOLLAND General Girls' chorus 3.4: intramurals 2,3.4: red cross council l.2.3.4: library club 2.3: Spanish club 2.3.41 French club 4: SHAWNEE staff 4: tri-hi-y 3.4: play production 3 . . frequently seen at "Nowhere" . . Oh! that long blond hair . . destination-France . . eye for the Army . . the "Blue Butterfly". BARBARA HOUCK Commercial Intramurals 1.2.3.4: steno club 3,4 . . sports woman supreme . . frequent carnival goer . . "Howdy" Doody fan . . no sarcastic people on her list . . smile for all . . embarrasses so easily such pretty hair . . Oh! those cute dimples. BRUCE L. HUGHES General Baseball 4: class officer 1 . . school should be all study halls . . not often heard from . . cute grin . . bashful . . all sports for him . . sports car fan . . small but mighty . . hunting and fish- ing man. CATHARINE I. HUGHES Commercial Intramurals l.2,3,4: Spanish club 2: steno club 3.4: central treasury 4: tri- hi-y 3,4 . . natural blond . . sports lan . . carnival goer . . alumni interests . . everything's funny . . always blush- es . . joking . . better known as Kay cute bashful smile . . clothes fiend. and we are friends of Time FAYE L. HUGHES Commercial Steno club 4 . . no conceited people . . a smile for everyone . . enjoys swimming and ice skating . . her fa- vorite dish-spaghetti . . ivory tickler . . "little girl" . . rainy days annoy her . . blue Monday-any Monday. YVONNE K. HUGHES Academic Intramurals 1,2,3,4: Latin club l,2: French club 4: tri-hi-y 3,4: SHAWNEE staff 4: TIMES staff 3,4 . . efficient both in lessons and in sports . . citizen of Lewisberry . . faithful . . can do without oral book reports . . able jour- nalist . . pleasing personality . . ans- wers to Kay. RAYMOND G. IOHNS Academic Intramurals l,2,3,4: Spanish club 2,31 Latin club l: play cast 3: play produc- tion 4: band mascot 2,3 . . likeable . . takes life easy . . prefers his gals small . . enjoys sleeping late . . spec- tator at all games . . blushes so easily. RICHARD L. KENNEDY Academic Intramurals l . . here's a quiet fellow . . and bashful too . . outdoorsman . . hates Monday vocabulary tests - - will be glad to graduate . . good natured . . racing Mama's hot Ford. DELORES I. KERSTETTER Commercial Intramurals: steno club 3: Spanish club 1,2 . . full of fun and giggles . . expert roller skater . . variety of boys . . hillbilly fan . . the eyes tell all . . pert . . York import . . unpredictable . . Oh! Elvis! 30 Seniors -Ffa We Q 4.-R55 IOHN A. KOHN Academic Intramurals l,2,4: track 2,3.4: wres- tling 4: football 2,3,4: basketball 2,35 varsity club 2,3,4: student council 2.3: Spanish club 3: play production 3: play cast 4: boys' chorus 2,3,4: mixed chorus 2,3,4 . . all-around athlete . . friend to all . . a distaste for police- men . . polite and co-operative . . good guy to have around. IUDITH L. KRICK Academic Intramurals l,2,3,4: Latin club l,Z: red cross council 2,3.4: tri-hi-y 3,4: SHAW- NEE staff 4: TIMES staff 4: play cast 3,4 . . "Krickett" . . a friend worth while . . one of the "steady" set . . Dave's dream . . athletic type . . Blue Butterfly . . slumber parties. NANCY LAMBERT Commercial Intramurals l,2,3,4: tri-hi-y 3,4 . . "quietness is a virtue" . . a whiz on roller skates . . basketball sharpshoot- er . . sleep, sleep, and more sleep . . pleasant . . able seamstress. RICHARD P. LAMBERT Commercial Football 1,Z,3,4: basketball 2,3.4: track l,3: varsity club 2,3,4: hi-y 4 . . Spanish club 3: play production 3,4 . . our worthy football captain . . shy??? . . locker room remembrances . . long and lean . . would rather not wear a tie . . all sports interest him . . makes trips downtown often. JAMES M. LAMONT Academic Intramurals 4: baseball 2,3,4: Latin club 3,4: Spanish club l,2: SHAWNEE staff 4: play cast 4 . . "Honorable judges, worthy opponents, ladies and gentlemen." . . deep voice . . efficient . . sure to be a success . . drives a Packard . . cheers for the Army . . character actor of distinction. IUDITH A. LANTZ Commercial Intramurals l,4: tri-hi-y 3,4: steno club 4: SI-IAWNEE staff 4: play production 3.4 . . Oh, those big green eyes . . blonde . . loathes snobs . . good sport . . quietfuntil you get to know her . . ambition . . dancing rates high . . enthusiastic listener. BETSY A. LEHMER Commercial Mixed chours 2: girls' chorus 2,3,4: in- tramurals 1,2: Latin club 1,2: steno club 4: "Zl" club 2,3.4: play produc- tion 4 . . prefers vacations and no Mondays . . a great "sew and sew" . . cr future homemaker . . always in a dither . . big brown eyes . . likes to make people look beautiful with grease paint. ALICE M. LENGEMAN Commercial Twirler l.2,3: majorette 4: mixed chorus 2.3: girls' chorus 2,3.4: intramurals l,2,3: student council 1,2: red cross council 1,2,3.4: tri-hi-y 3.4: play production 3.4: homeroom officer 1.2.3 . . air- minded . . high-stepping majorette . . changing moods . . slow and easy . . cherished friendships . . blonde and blue-eyed. LINDA P. LENTZ Academic Girls' chorus 3,47 intramurals 1,2.3,4: Latin club 1,2: French club 3.4: tri-hi-y 3,4: SHAWNEE staff 4: play cast 3: play production 4: homeroom officer 4 . . chem whiz . . always happy . . faithful . . Oh! those natural dark curls . . a friendly greeting to every- one . .one of our Keystone Campers. STARR MACFARLANE Academic Girls' chorus 3,4: intramurals 1.2,3: La- tin club 1,2: French club 3,4: student council 3: radio staff 3,4: TIMES staff 2,3.4: SHAWNEE staff 4: play cast 3: play production 4 . . anything blue for her . . tall boys . . a twinkle in her eyes . . dimples . . blushes so easily. l957 This is my time IOAN MILLER General Intramurals 1,2,3.4: Latin club 2: French club 3 . . horse fan . . appreciates good music . . seen, but not heard . . sense of humor . . lost without her other half . . co-operative worker. IOANNE MILLER General Intramurals l,2,3,4 . . good books . . sports . . handsome boys meet her fancy . . seeing double . . animal lover . . doesn't spend coins, collect them . , glossy black hair . . shyly aware of people around . . two peas in a pod. DONALD G. MILLS Academic Intramurals 2.3.47 baseball l,2,3,4: La- tin club 1,2 . . Ford man . . outdoor man . . prefers to be absent the first day of hunting season . . aversion to the Navy. DORETTA E. MOCK Academic Intramurals 3.4: Spanish club 3,42 French club 4: commercial art club 4: TIMES staff 4: SHAWNEE staff 4: play production 4: horses . . enjoys music and dancing . . no dead towns for her . . Honky-Tonk dancer . . thrives on excitement . . enjoys wild interpre- tive dances . . money crazy. HARRIET I. MOORE Commercial Intramurals 1,2,3,4: steno club 4 . . Elvis fan . . sports of all kinds . . Oh! that rock and roll music . . "Hat" . . woman driver . . a yen for Goldsboro. I owe a princely service WILLIAM D. MOORE General Baseball l.2.3.4: intramurals I . . "Wild Bill" . . third base his specialty . . holidays - the "Moore" the merrier . . long and lanky . . fancy sideburns . . the motor maniac . . moves slowly. DARWIN L. MOSS Academic Football 4: baseball 1,2.3,4: soccer 2.3: intramurals 2.3: varsity club 4: ritle club 3: archery club 3 . . good "Sport" . . likes his gals tiny . . that Brooklyn accent . . one of a pair . . army man. MARVIN D. Moss Academic Football 1.Z.4: basketball 1,2,3: base- ball 1.2,3.4: intramurals 3.4: varsity club 4 . . better known as "Doc" . . all parties . . "Sport's" other halt . . came to us last year . . all for sports cruises around in a "chevy" . . likes to dance . . never a dull moment. SANDRA L. MOWREY Commercial Latin club 1: steno club 4: intramurals 1.2.3.4 . . blushing blonde . . Express Diner regular . . bearing a rare sweet smile. PATRICIA A. MUMPER Commercial Intramurals 1,2.3.4: SI-IAWNEE staff 4: national honor society 3.4: central treasury 4: steno club 4: play produc- tion 3.4: homeroom president 2 . . a second Sonja Henie on ice . . zest for pizza . . always does her share . . Mr. Deck's accountant . . quiet charm . . good-natured. Seniors RONALD L. MYERS General Intramurals 3.4 . . early riser . . cars essential . . eagerly awaits fishing sea- son . . library his Iavorite subject . . king sized . . "Homer" . . taboo on school work . . slow talker . , but fast to answer . . a regular guy. MARGIE A. NEARHOOD Commercial Intramurals 1.2: student council Z: tri- hi-y 3: steno club 4 . . red. red hair . . live wire . . yen for movies . . numer- ous boyfriends . . dislikes snobs . . warmhearted . . B G H's ace soda-jerk. ELLWOOD C. NEIMAN Academic Mixed chorus Z.3.4: boys' chorus 2.3.4: baseball 1.2.4: intramurals l.2.3.4: stu- dent council 4: Latin club 1.2: stage crew 1.2.3.4: play production 4: home- room officer 1,2 . . avid Dodger Ian . . detests vocab . . "wise guys" don't rate . . cars a main interest . . down to earth. G. KENNETH NERRIE Academic Baseball 1.Z,3: wrestling 4: Latin club 1,27 Spanish club 3.4: student council 1,47 radio staff 3.4: red cross council 2: play cast 3: play production 4 . . experienced radio announcer . . avid Cardinal fan . . money crazy . . those laughing eyes . . anything for a friend . . "Little Lonesome George" . . big man on campus. PATRICIA R. O'SULLIVAN General Intramurals 3.4: tri-hi-y 3.4: French club 3.4 . . member of the 4-H club . . takes pride in her productions at the farm show . . always smiling . . clever . . neat and good-natured . . puts her energies to good use . . pretty redhead. GEORGE C. PORTER Academic Football l,2: basketball 1.2.3.4: track 4: intramurals 2.4: Latin club 1: French club 3: varsity club 3.4: play production 3.4 . . sportsman supreme . . the "eyes" have it . . one of the bust- ing gang . . the Prince and the Prince- ton cut. SANDRA K. PROWELL Academic Band 1.Z.3,4: mixed chorus 2: girls' chorus 2,3.4: intramurals l,2.3.4: Latin club 1.2: Spanish club 3.4: tri-hi-y 4: commercial art club 2.3.4 . . girl of few words . . quiet-music lover . . active church worker . . kind word for every- one. ' DARLIS I. REHM Commercial Band 1.2.3.4: intramurals 1.2: steno club 4: play production 4 . . yearns for weekends . . "Sterling" friendship . . oh. how she hates to get up in the moming . . diamond sparkle . . always sewing something . . "I'll haunt you" . . big, brown eyes and a glowing per- sonality . . trosted with sweetness. IOHN L. RENNINGER General Football l.2.3.4: baseball 1.Z.3,4: var- sity club 2.3.4: Spanish club 3: play production 4 . . Tiger sparkplug . . shuns vocab . . loves football and the fans love him . . spends a great deal of time in the library . . likable lad . -. unpredictable as the weather. GLORIA I. ROCKEY Commercial Intramurals 1.2: "2l" club 3.4: tri-hi-y 3.4: Spanish club 2.3: play production 3.4 . . floats on a "pink" cloud . . pizza and dill pickle fiend . . "Skip- pin' " around. Seniors Take time to laugh GERALDIN E I. ROTHROCK General Red cross council 1.2.3 . . hillbilly fan . . goes for Mercs . . sideburns. too . . the "eyes" have it . . the silent type . . roller skating whiz . . frequent vaca- tions from school. IOAN K. RUTH Academic Band l,2.3,4: orchestra 3.4: intramurals 1.2.3: Latin club 1.2: Spanish club 3.4: tri-hi-y 3.4: library club 4: county band 3.4: SHAWNEE assistant business man- ager 4: play production 3.4 . . chaufiers a "hot" olds . . friends all over the globe . . Penn State fan . . "cheese 'n crackers" . . Barbeque Cottage regular. SUSAN E. SCHRACK Academic Intramurals 1.2.3.4: Latin club 1.2: French club 3:, tri-hi-y 3.4: student council 3.4: play production 3.4: home- room officer 3.4 . . sparkling eyes . . co-operative . . always willing to help . . Sweet Sue . . quiet dignity . . sunny disposition . . home ec. enthusiast. WILLIAM D. SCHRACK Academic Intramurals 1.2: football 3: bowling 4: Latin club 1.2: Spanish club 3.4: play cast 3.4 . . tall. dark . . this gentle- man prefers blondes . . expert tease . . actions speak louder than. wbrds . . sincere personality . . noted actor. LILA M. SCHUE Commercial Steno club 4 . . likes to square dance and polka . . hillbilly music . . chicken cackle . . can do without exams . . would rather take life easy . . fond of eating . . a friendly miss . . dislikes riding the school bus. I i it helps lift life's load. BARRY M. SCHWARTZ General Boys' chorus 2.3.4: mixed chorus 2.3.4: football 1.2: wrestling 4: intramurals 1.2,3,4: student council 1.2.3.4: Spanish club 2.3: stage crew 2.3.4: SHAWNEE staff 4: play cast 3: play production 4: homeroom officer 1.2.3.4: student coun- cil 4 . . girls, girls. girls . . man of the dance . . Monday morning blues. BARRY L. SEIP Academic Stage crew 1.2.3,4: photography club 3.4: student council l.2.3: Latin club 1.2: TIMES staff 3.4: SHAWNEE staff 4: homeroom officer 2: senior class vice president 4 . . photography addict . . that knack for electronics . . hi-fi fan . . "how about that" . . love those Oldsmobiles . . amateur radio. CAROLINE M. SHAW Academic Girls' chorus 2,3.4: mixed chorus 2: band 2.3,4: intramurals 1.2.3,4: Latin club 1.2: tri-hi-y 4: SHAWNEE staff 4: play cast 3,4 . . girl mechanic . . a flair for boys with blank hair and brown eyes . . oh for some more sleep . . hates to wait for a phone call . . boredom. begone. LOIS M. SHEAFFER Academic Band l.2.3.4: girls' chorus 2,3.4: mixed chorus 2,3,4: naturals 3.4: orchestra 3: county band 3.4: Latin club 1.2: French club 3.4: national honor society 3.4: tri-hi-y 3.4: SHAWNEE staff 4: TIMES staff 3.4: radio staff 3.4: play cast 3 . . No. "50" her lucky number . . pizza addict. SAUNDRA L. A. SHEARER Academic Band 2.3.4: mixed chorus 2.3.4: girls' chorus 2.3.4: intramurals l,2.3.4: Latin club 1.2: Spanish club 3.4: SHAWNEE staff 4: tri-hi-y 3.4: play cast 3: play production 4: class officer l: home- room officer 2 . . Navy fan . . clothes consultant . . tap dancer first class . . full skirts . . Blue Butterfly. 34 Seniors BARBARA A. SHULER Commercial Girls' chorus 2.3.4: mixed chorus 2.3.42 intramurals 1,2.3.4: tri-hi-y 3.4: com- mercial art club 1.2: SHAWNEE staff 4: play production 4 . . dancing en- thusiast . . Fords and Lincolns . . "I Like Elvis" . . pizza . . rain. go away . . Blue Butterfly . . boys, boys - all tall and dark. IAMES S. SMITH Academic Football 3: basketball 2.3: baseball 2.3,4: intramurals l.2.3.4: Latin club 1.2: Spanish club 3.4: national honor society 3.4 . . cars, especially Oldsmo- biles . . sports enthusiast . . "Boone" . . nix on cafeteria food . . "I Hate Elvis" . . "Words for the Ignorant". SANDRA L. SNELL Commercial Girls chorus 3.4: mixed chorus 3: intra- murals 1.2.3: tri-hi-y 3.4: steno club 4: Latin club 1.2:' French club 3: library club 4: SHAWNEE staff 4: play pro- duction 3.4 . . smart in spikes . . slow smile . Q crew cut craze . . soft spoken . . a friend in need, GARY E. SOUDERS Genefql Football 2.3.4: baseball 2: track 4: intramurals 3,4 . . sporting spirit . . lots of food, his advocate . . one of the future boys in blue . . vocab pains. JAY C. SPANGLER General Football l.2.3.4: track 3: intramurals 1.2.3.4: varsity club 4 . . girls a sport with him . . nix to homework and vocab tests . . "let's move men - but slow- ly" . . happy-go-lucky . . cordial and casual. MARDEE A. SPARVER Academic Girls' chorus 2,3,4: mixed chorus 3,4: intramurals 1.2: tri-hi-y 3,4: "21" club 3,4: Latin club 1.2: Spanish club 3: play production 3 - student producer 4: class treasurer 3: homeroom officer 2,4 . . fervor for football . . full-skirted splendor . . shining black hair . . pert and pretty. RONALD I. SPEESE General Boys' chorus 2.3.45 mixed chorus Z,3,4: baseball 1.2: football 3: track 3,4: play cast 3: enjoys all sports . . submarine sandwich connoisseur . . sports cars . . favors long sideburns . . no onions . . "I Hate Elvis" pet peeve - stuck-up girls . . a voice for singing. SARAH E. SPOONHOUR General Band 3.4: girls' chorus 3,4: mixed chor- us 3.4: intramurals l,2,3: Latin club 1.2: Spanish club' 4: SHAWNEE staff 4: play production 4 . . food yes: but sauerkraut no! . . swimming on hot summer days . . spare me from con- fusion . . diffident but dependable. BEVERLY R. SPRINGER Commercial Girls' chorus 3,4: mixed chorus 3,4: in- tramurals 1,2,3: "2l" club 3,4: tri-hi-y 3: central treasury 4: play cast 3.4: homeroom officer 2,3 . . smile-a-while . . trips the light fantastic . . finds Fords fascinating . . likes to get "male". UDINE L. STEIGERWALT Cgmmefciql Intramurals l,2,3: Latin club 1: "2l" club 3,4: national honor society 3,4: tri-hi-y 3,4: steno club 3,4: play pro- duction 4: class treasurer 4 . . short and sweet . . ivy league fan . . pixie hair cuts her favorite . . mystery let- ters and college men . . brains to spare. l .+ Take time to dream ADRIAN D. STETLER Academic Mixed chorus 4: intramurals 1,2,3,4: wrestling 4: track 4: student council 2,3,4: Latin club 1,2: play cast 4: home- room officer 2,3,4 . . "Oh, it's a riot" . . crazy blue eyes . . study halls and airplanes . . girls a la mode . . "Stet" . . casual clothes . . and nonchalant air. EARLENE I. STOUFPER General Intramurals 1,3,4: tri-hi-y 4 . . another pizza lover . . sportswoman supreme . . happy-go-lucky lass . . willingness, frolic. and fun . . relishes a joke . . hurried walk . . in sports a champion . . a future WAP. MARDEE R. STOUFFER Academic Girls' chorus 3,4: mixed chorus 3,4: naturals 3,4: intramurals 1: national honor society 3,4: Latin club 1,21 TIMES staff 3. co-editor 4: SHAWNEE staff 4 . . interviewer of note . . helping hand . . nice personality . . smile for all . . future nurse. RUSSELL D. STRAUSS tGeneral Football l,2,3,4: baseball 1,2,3,4: bas- ketball 2: intramurals 1,2,3: Spanish club 3: varsity club 3.4: play produc- tion 3,4 . . soon to be a Navy man . . one of the steady set . . lives to eat and sleep . . sports in any shape or form. OLIVIA F. STURGEN Commercial Tri-hi-y 4: steno club 4 . . how she loves to sleep . . sweetly demure . . "Life without laughing is a weary blank" . . kind words . . prone to blush . . ready for a good time . agree- able. it hitches soul to the stars DONNA l. TROUP Commercial Intramurals 2: steno club 4 . . square dancing - with Marines . . short and sweet . . a little personality all her own . . thinks much and says little . . good-natured smile . . cooking is really a feat. IEAN M. TROUT Commercial Intramurals l.2.3: national honor so- ciety 3.4: steno club 4 . . diligent worker . . congenial . . enjoys ice skating . . modest . . good student . . steadfast in purpose . . excitable and energetic. ROGER I. VALLECORSE Academic Basketball 1.2.3,-4: track 4: varsity Club 3,45 hi-y 4: play production 3.4: home- room officer 4 . . basketball ace . . prefers little gals - usually blonde . . quite a talker . . "Monk" . . contagious grin . . expressive eyes. ROBERT K. WARREN Commercial Scenery crew l.2,3.4: play production 3.4 . . ride motorcycles . . scorns home- work . . reading has appeal . . con- siderate . . girl conscious . . vocabulary dodger . . a little guy . . optimistic . . quick smile. IAMES H. WEAKLEY General Football 2: basketball 1,2.4: intramurals 3: play production 4: mixed chorus 2.3.4: boys' chorus 2.3.4 . . likes hunt- ing . . all you need to do is ask . . fast on the basketball court . . always up to something . . good times . . never hurries . . "Never do today what can be done tomorrow". 36 Seniors fstssfl' 2 -fssiisesssims -f.ss:11s-Uv.: -ss: 1--:sz F ' ' Y if as f 4, ,.. .:,, 'I me -- .: 'fi n' ' . sim- . Est " .lQELl....1 ' - cs, ws: S -f -- fisqiiff- -fu ' :,.. . , ggmgg, K , ::., . i --"--.'.. ' - '-i - . 2 1 -wax'vi,5i:fg':1,s:-iiliizx 2' l3 1.5' :ii ' if' if A a5'5s,"f.:f 'Exim 7 -gi -1 .sr rits' WENDY L. WELLS Academic Girls' chorus 1.2: intramurals 1.2: "2l" club 3.4: tri-hi-y 1.3.47 Spanish club 3.4: dramatic club 1: Sl-IAWNEE staff 4: Latin club l: play production 3.4 . . pizza pie fiend . . easy-going attitude . . the perfect complexion . . likes the Glenn Miller swing. RONALD E. wi-n'rcoMB Academic Band 1.2.3.-f: mixed chorus 2.3.4: or- chestra 3.4: dance band 4: boys' chorus 2,3.4: intramurals 3.4: hi-y 4: Spanish club 2,3 . . master of the licorice stick . . newsman de-luxe . . that little-boy look . . quiz master . . Phillies fanatic . . tenor division of the mixed chorus . . anyone for tennis? IACQUELYN P. WHITE Commercial Girls' chorus 2.3.41 girls' trio 1: mixed chorus l.2,3.4: mixed ensemble 2: op- eretta Z: intramurals 2,3,4: steno club 4: tri-hi-y 3.4: audio visual aids club 2: play production 2.4: play Cust 3 . . always in a rush . . southern war- bler . . a real Democrat . . could sleep indefinitely . . future secretary. ROSEMARY WHITE Commercial Intramurals l.2,3.4: play production 4: homeroom officer l . . N. C.'s contri- bution to the Olympics . . foreign cars . . pizza lover . . zaney . . cheerful . . everybody's pal. CHARLES F. WILT General York County truck driver . . hillbilly fan . . this genius enjoys study halls . . lover of sports . . outdoorsman . . girls' catch his eye . . once in awhile . . vocab taxes his brain. l95 WALTER R. WILT General Scenery crew 1,2,3,4 . . known to all as "fuzz" . , Harley Davison motor- cycles his speed . . "Chevy for '57" . . surprise package . . hunter . . slick sleeping on the sly . . big in everything but size. IOANNE K. ZEIGLER General Girls' chorus 2,3,4: mixed chorus 2.3.4: cheerleader l,Z,3,4: intramurals 1,2,3,4: student council l,2,3: tri-hi-y 3,41 red cross council 3.4: Latin club 2: SHAW- NEE staff 4: play cast 4 - student pro- ducer 3: homeroom officer 1,2.3,4 . . her lucky number - 33 . -. 'one of the steady set. Take time for God - it is lite's lasting investment IAMES M. WOLFE General Intramurals l,2,3: football Z . . known for his "baby blue" vehicle . . friendly . . tease . . admires the gals only at a distance . . enjoys study hall . . cars his weakness. SHELBY RUDY General Our inspiration . . a lighting heart . . no odds are too great . . bravery in a wheelchair . . patient and uncom- plaininq . . a sunny disposition . . the most loyal of Tiger ians . . main goal - NC diploma. V . t W 37 1957 1957 1957 '1957 FEBRUARY 1957 -II MGN TUE WED THU FRI - 5 ff i I 4 5 6 7 8 9 I I2 I3 I4 I5 IC I 9 20 2l 22 5 1957 Q 9 If g Next to God. respect Time ENERGETIC CLASS OFFICERS . . . gather on the steps to talk over numerous plans for a variety of activities. AT LEFT, Linda Wise, president: Gretchen Wright, vice-president: Paul T. Burkhart, treasurer and Patricia Miller, secretary, discuss the unusual de- corations tor Circus Capers, the junior class party Ianuary 12. Another hit ot the year was the junior class assembly, Showboat on March Z2 with John Gicking as pilot and emcee. Elaborate costumes, musical variety, dance routines provided tops in student entertainment. Add their play, The Periect Idiot, April 12, and their triumph in the magazine campaign, as examples of worth- while accomplishments through cooperation and harmony. ALI, g A , K In s rlsifyf . I . g T , ., ..::' '-" g f , 1 S 1' C Q 9 rg- - ll l ' l l i - 'ltifizf zz. '. 'iff -,. K :" l 'I l v y f! 'S' i l ink . ii. , 'f ,-- - , if - . ,A -' ' fi " gg : , c .s,v Q 'fs .L t.- Q. 3 , V g 5 f if f,-, . .k,. 5.277 Sl gi jyk ,z i g gy I 1 ' 'V . Eg, g ' Fx K.: in Fi., I . 51 . i -,1 t,,, ,I ,.f.., A 2. ,, , i my ' il 1 ' ' ' t si't 1 X , ' my K, tfgfv, K f 1- gn u , Ik' -'fi ff, f,-if ff' 'Tiff ., V , . . , ,-: . r 1 l'll A I ... l ff' .. 'r'. i fill? 5 A A -0 . f, ' ' .' . 1 . .',l: --' at . fl , ' 'r i 1.- , I . . i - 7 K 541,'ffii2. , ,'.. 5 ."1 - :-' ' .,,. i ,,, ., -r 2 e.,, l . .,,r . ,,,. ,,.. Z L: 6? .,,5,. Vy 15 w i l . .V , .Ap .. ,liz LLV . an .S ..,. . ,. v ,gg ii, :A P - P s 1 Q so 3 s , I V, Anhi y I H . A , . . A , I I 1 K :" lrv' 7 ..,-- -' ..': I : f , r . .... ., r .IV LK .gh W . -iiv , .'l, " t ,.i . My i f W . . jf " rw., - Vg? :L3 737: V I H - ' . , ff-5, ., ' I ' '-igg ' jg: xo.. h L , ,, , ROW ONE: Alexander A. Atland M. Appleton P. Atkinson G. Babbitt F. Backenstoss I. Bair D. Bair P. Baker W. ROW TWO: Benedict I., Berkheimer H., Bishop ll., Blazer Bostdorf G., Bowers B..lBowers Bowles D. ROW THBEE: Brackbill I., Brinkley H, Brauw C., Burkhart T., Carey P., Claar W., Coble N., Cook B., Corkle F. ROW FOUR: Cullen L., Danner S., Deardort G., DeBoard S., Deibler S., Dillen R.. DiRoberto T., Dix D., Donley C. O Time too swift , . .L L. H -.J KV'k A . VV. ,I - 5 S f I QQ F " .fe E. F , A .e n 4 A ,mb 2 'K,' ff. h me E 5 . wiv ' :,,",' . ' ' . , ,k.. .I X 5'4- 63" 1 a r , . , f ? . ff . W 5 Q Q S .,e,, ,mer ,wma .ee lyme ,Mir fm, ,aes fe wil. I F , has , I wa. riff' F ' mf M ,. . Z-V , I our , , . , ., , ..'7 1 , . Mi K sl L. 1 X f as . . , ,. . G, F , I r , , I LK , i.a-,Q M ' H, fl -I . . Q, ., H ,. L ' Y' .,,, ' , wi V Q - ' '- ' L. -' , f.,, . H , . Mr. 5 , W ,f . - LK,, . M Akkv I VK , V, Q , , A H VV K ,L ,,k: 1. X .: .,,.w We 'ee. wf J ee-. eefy,egwe tf.mp1QeT. e ' X. , , ' A A V 1 -A li I 'M U 7,,' . Z VJ ,5i,.k . Q. I e g 1 F F ' ee... A f f'-YS F f . - A ' F H Agn , A 1 - gm ' ' V ' Via X, ,, 1 In V :-, rykr . fr Q, M -V Vrih 1 K Q: VVLL f e- ,ter wi t mek t wave . ee ree w e f,eif - . Q . , . . . -,LL ", ' I LVLL' H I ' ' K in A X ' le, I? 5. I I. , . 5 5, L.L, 1 "" I "' ff ' , -. A Q . if .' '. . - , . ' , E , R , A V. L, yykti I my r ig.. . I., Y , -,' . , ,LLQ . ,, i 5?i5K:,5V,5:l J , . ,,.V , .,,,:V Af.',' I iff . QF fl . 3 - X k 'I M , H wut vt QR! ' ff, . fe- I' ,:f" . 131 ' ff I V K ,'1, 1, I FY , . , .J H A N" ' ' 'fri ,," ' ez. , H ' Q f'k' 1 f Q . , ., fl: Sag ' tl , Q I r . ,, . ' I --- A 1 '- f " W ws, ' W H .. 7 H fi...-'A- f ' 1 Q- ! S I F 1 etree we at I We .V :VZA ,V VA , .I L LVA , ,L . ,,m,, , . . V . , .,., . ' ' ' ' 24, '- ' 1 . f, 5. 2 gr... f ,. . -1 V.. eg... egg., my I f ...L - , I 7 ' ,E fn V55 in .app gf W ij , , , , an in 5 X 1 ll hi Y W A1 . . ROW ONE: Dorwart E., Duncan I., Eichelberger I., Eley S., Eppley T., Fasnacht W., Firestone I., Fisher I., Fulton P. ROW TWO: Garrett C., Gaumer S., Gicking I., Glace F., Gladielter M., Good W., Grissinger T., Grossman H., Hain S. HOW THREE: Hondshaw N., Herring A., Harro M., Harro M., Hoffman C., Hooper I., Horton M., Howard I.. Huff W. ROW FOUR: Iames I., Iames T., Iohnson B., Iones K., Keating I.. Keeler E., Keeler R., Kerstetter B., Kremkau F. ROW FIVE: Krone I., Kutz R., Laird N., Lake R., Lenker I., Linn M., McCreary R., Mc- Creary R., Mansberger S. ROW SIX: Marshall D., Meds D., Mikos C., Miller G., Miller P., Miller P., Miller R., Mooney S., Moore H. ROW SEVEN: Moore P., Moyer A., Nelson H., Newcomer L., Newcomer N., Nye G., Olewiler R., Omer F., Parson G. 41 O swiitness never ceasing l , . ,A., . , ., Q ,.., U .giyg Q ,P ,,L1, ,,,f,,l ., V, ,-L..1 " E ln, V' ' L'L7,L - H' sf: t we 1 ' A . 1 b:-- A W - t , , . f i i n W :::k: E Sig" kk .Fi "h' i A M A A K l- if X gi, kgs ,. K Lfig, . ,, ' g "2' .I -- L' mghhk ' . ,915 ' , f " L:L:,-A. , 1... , , . -.A,-Q , , 'ml , .:" V lf, W f 5 S - S S , t W s l" ' 1 . 11 'l . .. s ,t , or rv. ' . .. ,. - ' ., A .:-. ,. ' V 7 g.:I :11 L 3 issi " V . , 55. 4. ,.h. . W K K :gf I K h .V . ',. -, V . Y. .lit-., . f. ' - 1 4' ,.. ' 51 . s . . i' A, .5 kxf, ,. f ,, ..,: .- .L I K --. ,571 U Ll A gl A if a , W , t, .Qi ll V itii 1 ami ki V U- '18 ROW ONE: Phillips D., Prosser S.. Prowell I., Prowell I., Quigley N., Reilly G., Renninger R., Robertson I., Hockey K. ROW TWO: Rudy L. Rudy V., Ruoi! C., Seibert M., Shaub E., Shive W., Shuey I.. Simmons N., Spangler K. ROW THREE: Spangler L., Steger M., Stoner K Stubbs R., Turban H., Vaughn S., Weigle S., Wells C., Weltmer C. ROW FOUR: Wheeler L., Wigiield N., Wilt S., Wise L., Witters H Worley R., Wright G., Yinger D., Yinger M. ROW FIVE: Yost H., Zimmerman M. THE FLAPPERETTES .... kicking up a storm are these twelve girls, a highlight oi Showboat '58, the junior class assembly, LEFT TO RIGHT: Miller P: Cullen L: Quigley Ng Wright G1 DiRoberto A: Benedict I: Backenstoss I: Shive W, Wise L: Futon P: Vaughn S: Altland M. Time will develop everything AMBITIOUS OFFICERS . . . meeting to discuss plans for the sopho- more class trip are, PICTURED RIGHT: Ian Ludwig, class presi- dent: Linda Harlacker, secretary-treasurer: Larry Simpson, vice- president. Their class trip, November 12 to Philadelpha, was climaxed by a stop-over at Valley Forge. Socially, this eager and large class was at its peak February 23 in the presentation ot f'Stardust", their annual class party. The class assembly in March gave talented students an opportunity to challenge their upper- classrivals in assembly entertainment. r. . . L L B B I' O ll is - s, l m e llr lreoei . B ' , I L . 1 - 'i'i 'li'i'- Y ' Q L ' Y V , lgyss V V V . VVVV , :V I ir, q ,lf r ry . .EV .egg wi' , 5.7 E M " it iitrr B L FK "tii il L all , V VV k,,, -V VKVV V . V . ,. gy: Q. , 3 ,. AV 153: i z V . 'sii B me - A 'Z l Ift 1 rrle i d ji , - f Y' , g ' ' f ,--y f V l,t, , ,Q ,,i-,,. 5 -, V . ' 7'.' .V ",' ' T C L V V r ' ' ' -- L' ,toyr ,F ,tf" H . , . V , . A 5 E M VQVV hw? Vri- . Vg , WV .k,t i I.. . ,".,, .. VV ,, T, ., V , V t t V . . l'. V V ,E KV ' -i"' , ,:,- ' 1 '. ili . r . V, V Vg V K,,, l'1t ' 'tVVV., ,..,, iQV,, ,igt,:. ' M ii" . i,i" ' ' ' ' ' , - -l1, .,,. . . ' .V V , VV,i,V gig, VV, Vg,y ihV. ,. .V V V,., ,VV V, ,, VVVVV V, V. V VV VV V, I . : t'1i . I lit V . . l B L if -'.' ' , 'M' 2 3' V Qi ' V 1. x . , r i .,,, rf . , 'if,, , , ., - J: ' t' B ' B L L iitet . ,-- iili B iv L B L . V ji abz j g i V .1 . V-V r A R ' 'X 'B f. t b isi li. . - L' . f ' L, it . i .. V e .ut el , it V V1 VV" is-ree B 'i"i, 5. V iisy . ,ff , iysy ill ., ROW ONE: Adleblute W. Agnew R. Albright D., Atlancl I. Ames D. Amsbaugh P. Bachman S. Bair C. Bair S. ROW TWO: Baney F.. Bemerf B.. Batdori w., Bell c.. Berg o., Buren M., Benner 1.,' Bowen I.. Bricker D. now THREE: Brinkley 1.,' Brothers B., Brown R., Bruaw B., Burns B., Buttorti B., Clem P., Coder M., Coffey R. ROW FOUR: Colestocl: I., Conley L., Conrad P., Corl R., Cornman R., Cressler C., Dagle W., Daihl G., Danner R. ROW FIVE: Davis I., Dean B., DeWald GJ, Dodson G., Donley C., Dorwart A., Drake G., Drawbaugh B., Dunmire C. 43 531 I. ,,. , vt "Q zf, N . g ivi ng ssQ..,Q . . . 5. ,gi . ,,,, Ag ln , ...E iff ii. 'WIA fi , 1 Wx X 5? . ,. ef . -. W .. . W What shall I do . ,. . , . ., ..L.,L ,, ..,,,,..,...,.. if --I , -fr.. - H 4,4 wt 5,5 fry' Q,- - is 4 ,, .. i - i 1" In I X , gif' iff' -ff, new ii, I t WYE? I I , . Q ,i . -- ' Us K3 krk L ' H I V I H . ' , :,-, H L,.. I .. , . I 1, ,,, Q i Q I I :M "Ak we 'A . - A fa- C5 if ig, ..,. . ' I x ' . gg. , ... '.., ,xl 2 fi' as Q -- is fu- 1: . ., W:,:., 4, ,M Q. .viii , . W fp get . 2 'Y , . wx. f, , : Q, .K . .2- , 4, sys, f, 1,1 . wg, 55, gg . , v liif. - "?sjQ,g7- 'HW 1-1.-f. .vias ,xii Q, V:-" K up , , u . P g 5. 1 . 'Sa iw ,,1.,, , E Q -fi,-f -f,..f,f g ..,-.ws . ,.Jf ...f,.,,55,,Q,., ,eww-f,,ii..,k,,,,,.--.,.,,,fg9, U... M, migfigi ws: I y ., gg . , X g . . , . I . " " . I as T. ' . , 1 3 ..,,. if ..,,i I . . ,i ls . Iiari - . "'A' . I f E - 5 , If ,A I " iff Ivi elif '5i'4111 iE2 'A frail.: .f . I I . 3 ,sf ' 'Q 5' 'K ' , ,Q fe , H , ,A , yi , M VVVA L in I H A, .. Ar, I un.. , , 4 A . g g 2 V '1-'far ' -..- E I , V . I- H V, H .,: .. , L,,. if h - .. , ,iii ,, , i hgfw , I I A K wil l 1 . 5 , if ...zz i w ., Iii .,,A. , w jk rg ,, gl f gg kh, 'r ,QM KVI- ,ig . . A . t vv: , ,k.,: ,. . . 7' I .::: if " - ff .ff, I. ., I ., .. V5. 1 ,Lil I 5,51 1 f, , - , A L L. 5 g t,.k,, ,H - , g, I ' " I if f. K K :eff ' iii, - 'Vs' -jwrv f,,- ' . f1,,..,.i,,,5 K ' ROW ONE: Eater B.. Ebert B., Ebert C.. Eisley S., Erney G., Ernst D., Evans M., Evertts R.. Ewing C. BOW TWO: Pager C., Fite C., Flanagan K., Fortenbaugh R., Fox R.. Frye B., Goho D.. Gotlob S., Goudy R. ROW THREE: Graham G., Gruver R., Gruver W., Haines W.. Hall R Hammacher D., Harbold M., Haring G.. Harlacher L. ROW FOUR: Hart M., Hui! I., Hughes D.. lnscoe K., IenkinsVB., Kaminske I., Kaufiman E.. Kauffman I., Keach E. ROW FIVE: Keith B.. Keplinger I., Kerstetter K.. Kemmel L., Kipp I., Klinger P., Knorr I., Kohler E., Kopp D. ROW SIX: Kopp G.. Krone., Krone R., Kutz I., Lake R., Lawley S.. Leedy D., Lengeman S., Losh R. ROW SEVEN: Ludwig I., Lysle E., McCreary L Mailey C., Martson I., Meiser R., Miller M., Minskey S., Montgomery L. BOW EIGHT: Moore S., Moss S., Muth B., Myers I., Naugle G Negley T., Neiman E., Nelson C., Ness L. 44 with all the days and hours ,,A: , , mm., - 4 J Q- . me-ff 1 1 211.. 1 , 1 R 1- 1 'owe i it Quit ..,,.11V 1,13 ,M ,, 1, .1 ,. 'f , . . . . 1 Y 1 , ft. e W 1 ,... ,... ., 1 .- 11' si. - , V 1 - -. V - .,. Q lik 1 .1 , f , , W f' -' we 1 V 1 1 ,, - ' 'Lg , ,1 ,Q-1y,5f1'1 N :tl IWEW 6 rm it " 2' i we Y tg is Y W 5 ja Q? .,-4. - . f , , , .. ,Q E, 1,, 1 A My 1, 1 1 W... . 1 1 , 1 .V , V, I ,L.,,L , V g, , l ,Q Q..,. 4 , wa. MXL, 1-1 f 4fre1'd1M.1':g'g'11Qfl f'kfi'?1P1,uee11yz,f Q 4' iw i .1 Vg , :ff nw St? S61 ix. -, , K eel 1 X. ,., ..,, f ,. ...sg , 1,11 ii.. W' 15, IQ .f Q Q 6? 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ROW TWO: Pooler D Pooler L., Reed I., Roberts P., Ross B., Ross D., Rupp L., Sandberg L., Sandnes C. ROW THREE: .Seitz A., Shaffer M., Shaffer R., Shaiier S Shewell S., Shoffner N., Shuler G., Shuler T., Simeone R. ROW FOUR: Simmons B., Simonton D., Simpson L., Small C., Smith M., Snyder T Spahr D.. Spangler C.. Spangler W. ROW FIVE: Springer R., Steger D., Steward D., Steward R., Stewart M., Stoner A., Stoner S., Stoner W., Stoufier V. ROW SIX: Sweigert D., Taussig I., Treder M., Treichler R., Troup W., Trowbridge R., Umpleby C., Wagner M., Walters S HOW SEVEN: Warren D.. Wary C., Weigel K., Wern G., Wertz B., Weyer C.. Whitesel F.. Wiles I., Willi D. ROW EIGHT: Willi N., Will B Wilt D., Withrow B., Wolf P., Wolfe M., Yinger L., Zeigler P., Zimmerman W.. Zimmerman N. 'R' +1 ... so , - V 'W RN X 4' 121 4, 1.. x xt- .1 .. - 'ffiizw ,, , - - is .-, tt.- M - if - .,-rs s , wr., -M y ff.:-: -,,.. ws- fs- : 3? z F f A .. , , - 5- 'Va S 'Suv .fm S' K X t it .. 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Row TWO: Smi ROW ONE: Shelton B.. Shimmel C., Shoiiner L.. Simmers K., Sites R.. Snyder C.. Snyder T., Sponaugle I., Steger L., Stetler L., Stetler C.. Thomas M., Thomas R., Thompson I., Trout W., Turner M. ROW Weakley L., Weaver , ertz I., Wertz R. ROW FIVE: Wertz C., Whitcomb I., White I., Whitebread L., Wildman R., Wilson Winter K., Wintermyer V. ROW SIX: Wire B., Witherow N., Wolie W., Yinger G., Yohn E., Yost I., Zeigler N., Zimmerman L. P.. Taylor L.. Stone I. ROW THREE: Stoner L., Swain C., Sweeney FOUR:Ul1rich I., Updegraif D., Updegrafi R., Valle I.. Wacker W.. F., Wilson V., Q f N.-. f.. ,- .V .. . V. K ,l . i,,, yiy, 1 if.:nii,.-- ,... K V .., - . a. iiss fm., B1B ROW ONE: Acri C., Alber I.. All in good time IUNIOH EXECUTIVES . . . get their first taste of the busy school life in a large building. With approximately 250 more students to work into an already crowded gym program, their intramural basketball games were played in the Methodist Church gym. In the spelling bee, arranged for Iunior High contestants, classmates cheered Dave Lawley, the winner. Another top talent proclaimed by all is Kenneth Bowen, pianist extraordinary, winner of the all school Talent show, and soloist on a Youth Symphony Concert. A big event of the year was the class trip to Gettysburg with its historic tours and sights. AT LEFT, class officers pause on their way from the cafeteria. LEFT TO RIGHT: Lynn Graham, vice- president: Donald Graybill, secretary-treasurer: Ellen Coleman, president. C 1. K . Vk.. , :KV ' ltt. . Q f A QQ, M y :I : '- - ,,.45.1 !E1'- s k '- 5: V.:V Q - Vi y -4 I ' -. 'I 'ii ,.-. K. - I , f M , g u y' :L . -ii-- 7 K , -3, .- - .K .k, i Q 1 'iil 5 .. ' f .. ..-- . I --.i. . - , , B i t e , ' ii" L M ..,. ii.. l y . ..-. -.., .Q -- - r , -, , . -- .- I' sy Q a' if - -"-- f A tey. 1 , ,T K L-k: K K I- 1? K V S 'H " ' .,., .4 , I mf ,,,. . , ,.., ,,.',i .- ,. T ' ' i'il,'i If , I , s l . i 'K if I ,,. Q is 4' I I ' , '-.. 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ROW THREE: Drawbaugh S., Eberling R., Eichel- berger I., Emerick I., Engle I., Eppley I., Eshelman D., Evans R., Fetterhoii B. ROW FOUR: Filson P., Fink G., Fink L., Fisher B., Fisher D., Fisher W., Fite P., Fitting F., Fortney S. ROW FIVE: Frye C., Garman T., George R., Glenn C., Good I., Good N., Gordon A., Gordon D.. Graham L. ROW SIX: Gramm B., Graybill D., Gross L., Gruver H., Hain M., Haines H., Hale C., Halsey N., Haring D. ROW SEVEN: Haring L., Harlacher S., Harris P., Hatcher I., Heim D., Heim I., Hennessy I., Herbin L., Herr G. ROW EIGHT: Himes B., Hour S., Hocker R., Horton B., House: S., Huber S., Hughes F., Hughes R., Hughes S. 51 has none to lose L . is L L. AL,, L... L LL LL LL f -- ' by l igffllmw ,f . LL LL f A L L A ffm LL fffri? ,", L - ' L,-g i' L L LL L - L 1 LLLL L ff " "' i - T . ' F L -. 5.4 , if " -.IL3 ,fr ' ' ' L , ' K ' ' ' 8' - 7 A R lk Ii V 'L q i i? S 1 r L '1k" K N' -'Lw '-:L lflfgi L rl K K LL - L y . ws. lm. 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ROW FIVE: Moomcxw R., Moore D., Moran M., Nebinger C., Negley R., Noll M., Nye V., O'Neal K., Omer D. ROW SIX: Outlaw M., Oreniord S., Page R., Painter M., Pazthemore B., Payne A., Payne P.. Pecht K., Peifer E. ROW SEVEN: Phillips K., Potorcx E., Potora I., Potts I., Price E., Price: I.. Prosser I., Prowell S., Prowell S. 52 3 y Time conquers all F L. ,,,. 2.272 sf: .2 , : , ' V fi, '- , " ' , ,vt ,1fV fi.. 1 5' V ' - : ., ' , G ' A A ..-L ' ' A -"- V . . , ., - V V , if K. I H , K .- . " . V. In I W .Eh V, ., f., 5 I, . .V . ,,..,, , ii 'I' Rl 1 , . .,' - - 'T - .4 , V . ""'- , fe, L..-. i Q, Flfifl, I I V '34 . . . - Zu. ' 'V : 53' , , .4 V. f y iii .. . 24:2 '- fi- za: ', " V 2.1 R' . 71 ' V- ' 1 V . - .wif f ' i , QV M 5. in a., V.. 5 .2 - .. Q 1 1 VV- .V sie? iisfii -if if' V V - V V - , 1 -. .:- . M A ,IVL M ,V . ,K ,V ,.., - .w,5,, ,L.,,W - - - " 2iyfrz::fX I In I ,. ,.. - . 3 V- . V ,, Q X ., rf be 4 x.gj?fftiVx7-i V, V. VV V ' V- V -- H W. 2.. . 3 , .V ., .KV . 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'm,erw1QV,.. .4.:i?1.,fs.'2 fr.-mg ,-:silt-W-a.:1eg,.-1-,, - .K V-W2 3 :if :. 'f J' - -gag.:-mg , nr f- 1:-,. 11. 'Z D gym gd 'iw r I E t rr + s. A' if sy.. I., Schreiber C.. Shaffer I., Shaffer M. ROW TWO: Shaffer M., R., Smyser P. ROW THREE: Speck B.. Stahl S.. Steely K.. Stoulier I., Strauss M., Sykes O., Taylor H.. Terry R., Thomas I. ROW FOUR: Thompson C., Thompson D., Trimmer R., Trotter M., Trotter W., Troup D., Troup P., Troup S.. Troup S. ROW FIVE: Ullrich C., Vallecorse I.. Vastine E., Vaughn P., Wagner V., Weigle M., Weltmer B., Wertz I., Wertz P. ROW SIX: Whire L., Whitesell S.. Wintermyer G., Wintermeyer P., Wise F., Withrow N., Wolle S., Wyrick D., Yinger I. ROW SEVEN: Yohn R., Yorty S., Zaritsky G., Zeigler E., Zimmerman I., Dowart I. We must Time obe HAPPY YOUNGSTERS . . . take a giant step in growing up as they schedule their iirst Iunior High games and activities. With approximately 230 members, the future class of 1962 helps to plan a iall intramural program. The yuletide season gave an op- portunity ior working together in home room decorations and parties. The main social event, a dress-up dance held in the Manor School in Ianuary, brought out first dates, new clothes. and party manners. AT LEFT, home room presidents pause to plan a meeting. LEFT TO RIGHT: Robert Cook, Donald McCloskey, Iames Slaseman, Stevonna Poorman, Ronald Smee, Elizabeth Lengeman. '- "-- ' . r , .. .. I ,. , K .- . 1 . . ' . I ' . Gif 'W W . 5. ' N ' I I' . . ' f ' 'q ,l'lg"' ly Hai mf N. ik ...fs e S I . I H- e 1 e 1 .5 . K' it f - 4 ,if , s'fwff:wQ Sfg:w in lffbillffgffik' " :f K Y.. Lg Ar LH K . , . f , . 3 , r f v f- fe tint- Exim... 1 Wu .gew-if m t , Y t . - . ew . fe.-we f.-iw.. , : ...Tr 1. i f' ,. ' ' " -'Y -' 'L Hi' 'W 'fit ' 1-ft' - -- W if -' ' 11 if,-Q: VSWL 4:0 1 -".fi2fi? sim Sift? 5925554 N a.-.s Q, like - , -, I D 1. 'ig Q., 'ig . , I " T" 5 .Q El f' xt . ? 15g rgfk-f g v' , - i - . J ' - -' ' I f- .V :V H.: .2 12... , .... 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ROW FIVE: Hake E., Hake R., Hambright I., Harbold P., Hating R., Harkins W., Harlacher I., Harlocher M., Hart W. ROW SIX: Henderson K.. Hoke R.. Holden D.. Hoover I., Houser K.. Isreol R., Iarrett M., Iohnson D., Iohnson G. ROW SEVEN: Iohnson P., Iohnson R., Iordon A., Keech N., Keeter C.. Keene H., Keith B., Keller R., Kellison P. ROW EIGHT: Kerstetter R., King P., Kline R., Kocher P., Kohr R., Kopenhaver I., Kraft K., Krone C., Krone G. : 111,115 11,1g..113.1k1 51m111 1. 1 ,,.., 1 , .1...11K. . 1 1 .b--, . ..., .1 1111111 11 r What we call time enough se1-..1,.1:f11:': 1. 1 1211115 1 A . L' 1 L" 5 Y l zz I y 1 45 4- 2:5 Q.. 1 1 ' 1 1 2' .111 g 1 if 1111 1 .11 1 1 1 , , 1 ' 1. if 1 - . - '11 .L1 '.' 1 --,:' A 1, '1 ' .fm I .. " 1-11-11-411 Y' - -5 1 11- -"" 1111 1111.11f111zF1H' ' 111.111 ' -' 1 - 1 1 ' if 1 1- 1 .1 11 1 1 1111 ffl X" ' 'G 1 ' 1 . 1111 f . 1 . 1 . ... 11.. g 1 .. 1..1 1 , 1 Q L A E 1 . , 1 1 1 1. 1' H - Q21 '1-. 1 1 - . 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Lengemcrn E.. Lentz M. ROW TWO: Lentz R., Linn M., Lobb I., Lohenitz M., Lotz D.. Lubic D., Lundeen K.. McCloskey D., McElheny T. ROW THREE: McIntyre R.. McNeal D., Mcrnsberiger M., Martson K.. Mcrzoli R., Medlen W., Mickey I.. Miller P., Miller N. ROW FOUR: Miller W., Moore C., Moore R., Moorhead E., Morrisette C., Mowery W., Mumma S., Myers F., Myers I. ROW FIVE: Myers L., Naugle N.. Nelson N.. Noll H., Obermcxn C.. Ort D., Ort M., Owen W., Pcxce M. ROW SIX: Painter I., Paul S.. Pecht R., Peiler P.. Peiier R., Phillips D., Pierre R.. Pipp H., Poole R. ROW SEVEN: Poormcrn S., Prowell B.. Pyles I.. Reimer B., Reisser I., Reynolds C., Reynolds H.. Rider F.. Rimel C. W Q always proves little enough 'sf 1. "'-1 ' ,. .... . . 3 5 1 .52 ' ' i . -1, " '19 4 P: . nl , 'Z' f . ---.J .,, 'f "15f..:ggg,5f"f. ' fiqfj 5, ,,, 155.11 M., I . 2 , .1 , .,,A. . 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M 'a gd ., , . sip? 1 ff gs 2, 3,,'.ggs23.,3 13 95 ' W5 5 22.f.'3e?s 2 .. 1, :F-' -a Hffvsrlfw . .wielgnfwair We S f tg, .f 1 qt SE.. . i5,g,.3.f 1 - , i ,fr Y . Vg. 5, .. ..-.,Q3K...v, 2... .ip A-g,,.Q.s... "wwf-5: .TIT-J-ff' f,.'pf:5I: " ff si " . .' 4, . . ,,.' 'W' ' 155.22 13.5-15? 2. fm . . ,mam in .msfmss . is iii Q 'gf' . V . its flee, I+ il gh? will Q: gg. ROW ONE Russell G., Sallee M., Sanderson R., Sandnes E., Sandnes I., Saylor N., Schell D., Schminkey W., Sellmeyer S. ROW TWO: Shatter W Shealler C., Shealter S.. Shettle C.. Shott I., Shuler I., Slaseman A., Slaseman I., Small R. ROW THREE: Smee R., Smith C., Smith I Snyder D., Snell C., Soles B.. Souden M., Spoonhour D.. Sprinkle T. ROW FOUR: Steffen N., Steigerwalt C.,- Sterner E., Straybsbaugh K Stubbs K Swank C., Taylor D.. Taylor R.. Titler I. ROW FIVE: Trout V., Ullrich I., Ulsh., Watts D., Wells L., Whire W., Whitesell L., Williams A Williams F. ROW SIX: Williams I.. Wilt D., Wilt G., Wintz D., Wise G.. Witters R., Wittkower L., Wolfe P., Wriqhtstone I. ROW SEVEN: Yinger F., Zeigler L., Zimmerman N. 57 L UJQES T Wl.J.,,V VV krxk ,.f,,, yhilevqmggxxf-.:,,,,a, Sp-"""r hm Wai' 60 UNO. DOS, TRIS . . . spell Latin class members as they prepare for a big test. The entire second year is devoted to Caesar's Gallic Wars. lt gives students a better insight into Caesar's military genius and Gallic customs as he knew them. Caesar's day by day account not only made him famous but clearly describes this phase of Roman life. AT RIGHT, Vance Stouffer, Marjorie Treder, Wilma Batdorf and Iames Lamont. CIVIC PROBLEMS . . . hold the interest of a Senior English panel preparing to summarize their material. The panel, one of the many during the school year, discussed the need of a teenage center in New Cumberland. Other topics were "Resolved there should be a world confederation", "How concerned about the welfare oi others, both at home and abroad, should a good citi- zen be", "Are flying saucers real", and "Cavaliers vs. Puritans". AT RIGHT, Adrian Stetler, Pat Bonner, Sam Briton, George Porter. and lackie Bibbins. These are the Times PICTORIAL MAP OF FRANCE . . . constructed by a member oi the French class, interests second year students as they point out places they are studying. Lying on the shelf are some of the notebooks made by the students ,for extra credit. ABOVE, LEFT TO RIGHT, Patricia O'Sullivan, Shari Moss, Lois Sheaifer, and Linda Lentz. that try men's souls COLLEGE READING LISTS . . . are an obstacle to some but not to these stu- dents. The Merchant of Venice, becomes ot lasting interest with records done by Orson Welles correlated with the stu- dents books. AT RIGHT choosing books from Mrs. Weaver's library are LEFT: Larry Rudy, Dawn Marshall, Pat Pace and Dennis Yinger. A, E, I, O, U ,.... grammar is the main point oi interest to these senior English students as they take notes on the lecture. Correct sentence structure and grammar usage will enable these seniors to compete with others in the field of business. AT LEFT are Ioan Miller, Sarah Spoonhour, Iames Weakley, Leonard Conley. CHRISTMAS AROUND THE WORLD . . preparing outlines on which to base the yuletide topics, students go over refer- ences in the library. The speaking con- test, sponsored by the Toast-masters Club creates new enthusiasm for the students in learning the customs and traditions of our neighbors around the globe. Shown at left are Elaine Dorwart, 61 Time is the life of the Soul MIDDLE EAST PROBLEMS . . interest these three world geography students Stanley Diebler, Ronald McCreary and Thomas Iames SHOWN AT RIGHT. Here students are learning about the chief products and vital resources, the importance of nations large and small located in today's most problematic ,area. I STUDENT COMMITTEE . . plans work and individual reports on early 20th century leaders for American history class. BELOW LEFT, chairman Kay Spangler discusses assigned pro- jects with Lester Wheeler, Henrietta Turban, and Mike Steger. UNLIMITED INFORMATION . . can be iound in current maga- zines and books in the library. ABOVE RIGHT, helping Ervin Sholly find materials lor a pro- ject on the United Nations for problems oi Democracy class is Miss Carole Koons, librarian. IUNIOR HISTORIANS . . under the supervision of Mr. Gerald Brinton, social studies head, plan to organize a chapter in NC high. PICTURED AT RIGHT discussing the agenda for the club are Ronald Rabena, Karen Albert, Mr. Brinton, and Nancy Wiglield. 62 Prevent waste of Time DRIVER TRAINING . . . Promotes saiety and careful driving in high school drivers. Students study the state traffic code and functions of the modern automobile, and use various in- struments in class to test their aptitude for driving. AT UPPER LEFT: Suzanne Weigle, Sandra Hain, Ronald Miller, Ioe Keating and Mr. Edwards, instructor. Q GETTING THE FACTS . . . Mardee Stouffer greets vice-presi- dent Richard M. Nixon, BELOW LEFT, during his whistle-stop tour at the packed Hershey sports arena. After his speech, which ended the 1956 presidential campaign, this "Times" co-editor managed to snatch an interview and a picture as proof ot her unforgettable ex- perience. CIVICS . . . Freshmen study organization ol Federal system of government and types of local government in Pennsyl- vania. Their big project is on their own community, in- cluding a map and history. ABOVE: Penny Sandburg, Fred Hooper, Kirk Richey, Barbara Sheatier. I WORLD HISTORY . . . students trace development ot man from earliest civilization to modem times and study world developments at present through weekly charts and maga- zines. AT LEFT: Barry Simmons, Stephen Shaffer, Colleen Donley, Kathyrn lnscoe. 63 EXPERT HELP . . is assured as Mr. Earl Follett, industrial arts head, AT LEFT. explains some basic principles ol drait- ing to industrious student Robert Hall. Q ARCHITECTURAL PLANS . . . take shape at right under the guidance of Mr. Iesse Elicker, shop instructor, as Ralph Brubaker goes over his designs for a dream house. Time wasted is existence UNLIMITED ENERGY . . . is exhibited by these shop students as they learn and practice the "P's" and "Q's" of carpentry. By the end ol the school term, these boys have created many useful and attractive articles. AT LEFT, working on their projects are Donald Lubic, Marlin Linn, Iohn Mickey, Steve Andrews, Glenn Geissinger, Douglas Spoonhour, and Ronald Pierce. we CAREFUL MEASUREMENTS . . . are an essential ol mechanical drawing. AT LEFT, students follow directions intent- ly to prepare assigned drawings. AT LEFT are Richard Goudy, Larry Shaffer, William Adleblute, lohn Haring, Tom Shuler, Forrest Whitesel, Davied New- myer, and Robert Brothers. Time used is life IT'S BAKING TIME . . AT RIGHT, as cherry pie queen contestants pause for a moment before placing their pies in the oven. The contest is open to all high school students who wish to enter. LEFT TO RIGHT ARE: Eater B., Lenge- man S., Gruver W., Warren D., Fogle N., Bachman S., Lehmer B., Schrack S., Shewell S. Q CHERRY PIE QUEEN . . Suzanne Bachman, BELOW, proudly pre- sents her prize winning pie as she was crowned NC's Cherry Pie Queen of 1957. MODERN COOKING . . is displayed by Susan Schrack, Gloria Wern and Iean Kutz as they prepare to can tomatoes by the open kettle method. Mrs. Clover Saracena, home economics instructor, holds the finished product as an il- lustration, ABOVE RIGHT. Q "DRESS- MAKING . . can be fun and thrifty" de- clare these future seamstresses. Ioanne Guistwhite, LEFT, marks the place for a dart as Patti Herr reads the instruct- ions. Dianne Warren and Karen Weigle render aid as they hold the pattern straight, AT RIGHT. W is , SW-1. , il Q UN ":.:ff SS 3 W E EY? ..,: A, ,I V V A if ,, ,v,, T 5 , SJ, 3,2 - W 5 Q25 gqiwi? my -L Wwi ,f 1' 'Q i 'Nw You may delay, but Time will not TYPEWBITERS CLATTER . . as sopho- more students try to increase their speed. PICTURED RIGHT ARE: Gloria Wern, Sandy Walters, Fred Baney. Martha Hart, and Donna Goho. O HOW TO APPLY . . for a job concerns future secretaries. BELOW LEFT. Throens Bailets and Betsy Lehmer put on a demonstration in proper procedures for senior office practice class. Q RE- CORD KEEPING . . students learn methods of budgeting, family account- ing, income tax reporting. BELOW RIGHT: Deanna Warren, Suzanne Stoner, Gary Shuler, Barry Simmons. Gary Drake and Ray Coffey study in- come tax forms. I HEXTREMES IN DRESS . . are not de- sirable in an office" declare these future secretaries. BELOW. in a demon- stration of undesirable extremes are Iackie White, Betsy Lehmer, Faye Hughes, Barbara Houck. EXPERT TYPIST . . rates high as future secretary. AT RIGHT. Udine Steiger- walt prepares word lists as part of her job as secretary to Miss Blanche Slay- baugh. EGO ..f-4' Time is itself an element FUTURE SCIENTISTS . . . Freshmen ac- quire a basic background in various sciences and learn new skills in operat- ing scientific instruments. AT RIGHT. Nancy Ross demonstrates the operation of the microscope to lack Miller and Bill Sheaffer, as Tommy Ringling looks on. Q STAGE CREW BANQUET . . . year- ly feast provides fun and plenty to eat for ravenous crew members between duties as local electricians and disc jockeys. BELOW ARE, ROW ONE: Barry Schwartz, lack Miller, Dale Ames. ROW TWO: Lee Croke, Woody Neiman, Charlie Hoffman, Clark Donley, Richard Kutz. ROW THREE: Ioe Iames, Lester Stoner, Ronald Thomas. 'viii S T X .wx X , .Q .. ,, 9 r . l " 1 5 "H, .ta 6: ' - ,3.3t,,"- x Qtr , ' X' ."" af, ..,.T r' fff,"6f.. ,kv "L, . QT' -f 4- wt f..1-.R - ' ,,.. PROSPECTIVE NURSES . . . follow circulation of blood and study other body functions with aid of charts. AT LOWER LEFT are Earlene Stouffer. Sarah Spoonhour, Caroline Shaw, and Ioan Miller. Q PHYSICS LAB . . . Seniors study principles of refraction and interference of light through specially shaped lenses. AT LOWER RIGHT, Dick Curp and Clinton Hale observe effect of Newton's Rings as Dick Kennedy and Sam Briton await their tum. 'Hifi-3fEfliE.:fiCs. is r Time still as she flies, brings increase to her truth . bf PROVING ARCS EQUAL . . . appears to be no problem to plane geometry students Richard Lake, Don Simonton, Mary Miller, and Ioan Miller, PICTURED BELOW. Making theorems work makes up the greater part oi this class. Q CHEMISTRY LAB . . . can be both instruc- tive and entertaining as, BELOW RIGHT. William Claar and Richard Kutz prepare to dissolve sulfur in carbon disulfide. Lab. periods are worked in to the current chemistry lesson by Mr. Roy Sutton. instructor, so as to provide a clearer understanding. OPTICAL INSTRUMENTS . . . are an es- sential part of Trigonometry study. PICTURED AT LEFT, Linda Lentz, Robert Best, Yvonne Hughes, Phil DeBoard, and Clinton Hale examine some of the ap- paratus under the watchful eye oi Dr. Smeltz. I FACTORING OF SQUARES . . . seems to be the current concern oi these lirst year algebra students. BE- LOW, William Lengeman, Sharon Bricker, Margaret Turner, and Samuel Moody solve the problem satisfactorily. Lose and neglect the creeping hours of Time WRESTLING AMATEUR . . Adrian Stetler demonstrates a body press on struggling Barry Schwartz AT LEFT as Fred Hooper. Warren Baker, Richard Coyrl, and Ralph Dillan look on with interest. Q BONE STRUCTURE . . seems to be the current problem that is holding the interest of the Iunior health students. BELOW LEFT, Fred Babbit, Charles Hoff- man, David Kopp, and George Miller are seen studying for a coming test in Mr. Russell Poole's class. "I'M OPEN" . . exclaims Glenn Kopp as Dennis Harlacher prepares to shoot or feed into him in the pivot. BELOW LEFT, William Dagle gets ready to guard, Dennis in case he should break tor the basket during an energetic phys. ed. game. -Q ACROBATICS AND TUMBLING . . make up a large part oi girls' gym classes as these enthusiasts demonstrate. BELOW, KNEELING, are Iacquiline White, Linda Wise, Kathy Iones, Patricia Carey, and Patricia Anbrey. STANDING: Patricia Miller, Esther Keeier, and Sandra Hain. Tune is the great physician PHYSICAL EDUCATION . . . sopho- mores enjoy balance exercises to help develop coordination, AT RIGHT. These classes. under the supervision of Mrs. Mary Paolone bring out the importance of sportsmanship and happiness by way of physical fitness. Q "WHATS THIS" . . . exclaims Peter Appleton as Doctor William S. Dietrich gives him a thorough physical examination. The doctor answers that a complete report of the exam will become a part oi Pete's permanent high school record. LOOKING ON with interest are Dennis Bair and the school nurse. Miss Dorothy Dunkleberger. INTRAMURAL BOWLING . . . an addi- tion to the regular girls' physical edu- cation program is under discussion. PICTURED BELOW LEFT: Rosemary White, Susan Schrack, Miss Anne Blecker, and Mrs. Mary Paolone. I "A ROUGH TEST' . . these diligent juniors think to themselves as they finish up on a health test concerning the circu- latory system. This is one of many systems which these girls studied dur- ing the year as a part oi the health education course. THE THE -MORE , ,,1'g I 7 L ...MMV --Us U 11 NC HI TIMES STAFF . . . news is their business and planning the page dummies is just one of their tasks. The Times publishes six issues of the paper everv vear, besides their annual Christmas card sales and two sponsored dances. Among numerous awards, the TIMES has received All--American and Medalist several times and has been rated tops by area newspapermen. PICTURED ABOVE, ROW ONE, LEFT TO RIGHT are, Hughes Y., Diehl R., Robertson I.. Christian C., Staulfer M., Sheaffer L., Wright G., Seibert P. ROW TWO, Fager C., Reilly G., Mock D., Gotlob S., Bowles D., Seip B., Newcomer N., Small C., Croke L., Krick I., Thomas R., Goder M., Mac- Iarlane S. PUBLICATION ADVISERS . . . under their leadership and direction, the SHAWNEE and NC HI TIMES have taken top honors at the annual Columbia Convention. Their numerous activities include ed- iting copy, and financing their publication. CENTER, LEFT TO RIGHT, Miss Peters, editorial adviser on SHAWNEE: Miss Brubaker, business adviser on SHAWNEE and NC HI TIMES: Miss Slaybaugh, NC HI TIMES adviser: and Mr. Iohnson, Little Indian Staff and Radio Staff adviser. LITTLE INDIAN STAFF . . . edits a handbook which serves as a guide for the newcomer and gives ad- vice Ior the student body. The staff, composed ol representatives oI each class, collects data each year for various courses, schedules classroom locations, and programs. Under the direction of Mr. Iohn Iohnson, assistant principal, these students prepare an essential publication. BELOW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mary Wagner, Sharon Bucher, Iohn Bowen, Ruth Diehl, David Basehore, Diane Bowles, and Ada Bair. PRESS 8O0U , fi af Qkl 'ff if , .S I ...L--...-.-new--v 11. T .- SHAWNEE EDITORIAL STAFF . . . the deadline approach es as the staff puts finishing touches on the 1957 edition ol the Yearbook. Each member is responsible for covering some phase of our high school life, seniors, activities classes sports, features, underclassmen, and advertisers. PICTURED ABOVE, LEFT TO RIGHT, ROW ONE: Croke L Seip B Hughes K.. Zeigler I., Diehl R., Krick I., Sheaffer L., Lantz I. ROW TWO: Mock D., Reilly G., Atland M., Stouffer M Lentz L., Schrack S.. Bair A., Ditlow C., Wells W.. White I., Bowles D., Wright G., Macfarlane S., Christian C STAFF PHOTOGRAPHERS . . . a neces- sity to the NC HI TIMES and the SHAWNEE, these four boys give in- numerable aid to school activities and they can be found till all hours, de- veloping, printing and enlarging. These boys receive invaluable help from Dr. Iohn Smeltz, adviser. LEFT TO RIGHT. Barry Seip, Ronald Thompson, Lee Croke and Clark Donley. l Time is a river of passing events, SHAWNEE BUSINESS STAFF . . . providing money for the publishing of the Yearbook is the primary aim of the business staff. They are also responsible for the distribution of the Yearbook to the advertisers and the students. PICTURED BE- LOW, LEFT TO RIGHT, ROW ONE: Lengeman A., Shearer S., Shaw C., Blessing B., Shuler B., Ruth I., Albruy P., Spoonhour S., Gladfelter M. ROW TWO: Burkhart T., Blessing C., Bailets T., Gardiner D., Hartman B., Snell S., Di Roberto T., Failor I., Fetrow I., Robertson I., Eley E., Mumper P. 1 una: 80003 1- O t rt HI-Y . . . pledges its time and service to the promotion of Christian principles in school cmd in the community. The highlight of the season is their annual New York trips. AT RIGHT, ROW ONE: Coffey R., Pooler D., Altland W., Riche K., Miller R. ROW TWO: Mr. Iohn Zitto, adviser, Hooper F., Weltmer C., Rudy V., Fasnacht W. ROW THREE: Bair D., McCreary R., Miller P., Grosse man H,, Keating I., Rockey K. For the iust. Time is the best of Champions TRI-HI-Y . . . under the guidance ot Miss Audrey Kopp, the Tri-Hi-Y has carried out a busy schedule. This in- cluded a New York trip, teen talks, and contributions to the World Service and the TB fund. AT LEFT, ROW ONE: Steigerwalt U., Hughes Y., Blessing B., Dagle F., Wells W., Gardner D., Blessing C. ROW TWO: Shuler B., Alexander A., Failor I., Sturgen O., O'Sullivan P., Grissinger T., Carey P., Hartman B. ROW THREE: Bailets T., Stauffer E., Shaw C., Eppley T., White I., Lantz I., Hughes C. TRI-HI-Y . . . to instill Christian prin- ciples into teenage girls is the main purpose of the Tri-Hi-Y. Teen talks during Lent, movies, bake sales and dances are a few of the innumerable activities of this worthwhile club. AT LEFT, ROW ONE: Zeigler I., Holland G., Lengeman A., Sheatfer L., Shearer S., Eley E. ROW TWO: Krick I., Rockey G., Fetrow I., Diehl R., Sparver M., Schrack S., Ruth I. ROW THREE: Wintermyer L., Wright G., Seibert M., Berg S., Shive W., Prowell I., Lentz L., Prowell I. ROW FOUR: Christian C., Iones K., Benedict I., Iohnson B., Backenstoss I., Simmons N., Miller P., DeRoberto A., Prosser S. ROW FIVE: Herr P., Handshaw N., Newcomer N.. Wigfield N., Dorward E., Robertson I., Shuey I.. Aubrey P., Mactarlane S. ROW SIX: Bowles D., Horton M., Reilly G., Handshaw N., Spangler K., Gladtelter M., Dix D., Bock C. Time hath a tarning hand VARSITY CLUB . . . made up ol boys who have won letters in any varsity sport. They give services to school, in- cluding assistance to Nancy Witherow in traveling to and from school. LEFT TO RIGHT, ROW ONE: Weltmer C., Renninger R., Miller R., Miller P., Palese K., Keating I. ROW TWO: Simpson L., Hooper I., Moss M.. Vallecorse R., Strauss R., Kohn I., Moss D., Mr. Fred Peltier, adviser. ROW THREE: Iames I., Hale C., Baney H.. Renninger I., Bankert R., Croke L.. DeBoard P., Cook B., Brenner G., Steger M., Hoftmier H., Smith I., Lambert R., Spangler I., Porter G. 21 CLUB . . . ambitious beavers, under the direction ol Mr. Fred Peitler, raise money to pur- chase sweaters lor NC's lettermen. They sell re- ireshments at all the home games and sponsor the White Christmas lormal. The club gave way to the modern look by exchanging their dungarees for their new flared jumpers. LEFT TO RIGHT. ROW ONE: Freet M., Batdori W., Handshaw N., Sparver M., Wright G. ROW TVNO: Wells W., Grissinger T., Mr. Fred Peilier, adviser, Christian C., Berg S. ROW THREE: Miller l'., Wintermyer L., Robertson I.. Steigerwalt U., Lehmer B. ROW FOUR: Rockey G., Horton M., Reilley G., Springer B., Failor I., Vaughn S. STUDENT COUNCIL . . . representatives elected by the students conduct worth- while projects. They are responsible lor organizing the school hall patrol, en- couraging the T. B. drive, buying records and carrying on elections lor student ol- iicers. The annual Christmas party, spon- sored by the council, adds a little extra to the happy spirit just before Christmas and the student talent show gives students U chance to compete with each other for a first prize oi live dollars. LEFT TO RIGHT, ROW ONE: Minskey S., Coleman E., Graham L., Brinton S., Stetler R. ROW TWO: Altland M., Nerrie K., Schrack S., Wigtield N., Shive W., Schwartz B., Baney H., Simpson L., Best R., Neiman E., Inscoe K. ROW THREE: Martson I., Dagle D., Fite D., Fulton P., Bonner L., Coleman L., Graybill D., Lawley D., Yinger L., Coble N., Eppley I., Orner D. ROW FOUR: Altland W., Ames D., McCreary L., Lengeman W., Eppley F., Garrett W., Vaughn P., Reilly L., Mr. Iohn Iohnson, adviser. ROW FIVE: Stoulfer V., Smith M., Ruoll C., Ludwig I., Hooper I., Yogi HU Meiser R. RED CROSS COUNCIL . . . boasts service as its theme. 'The club provides books and paper vol- umes for hospitals and sends cookies to servicemen at Christ- mas time. Their annual dance, Starlight Rendezvous, furnishes money for the worthy causes. AT LEFT, ROW ONE: Krick l., Bot- tliglier E., Coffey R., Pines-E.. Haines W., Lengeman A., Bock C., Bowers B., Newcomer -N., Diehl R., Harbold M., Wigtleld N., Claar W., .Bibbins I. ROW TWO: Rockc-fy I., Everetts R., Masters B., Vaughn S.. Eley E.. Holland G., Fetrow I., Blessing B., Grissinger T., Gruver W., Mailey R., Stouffer I. ROW THREE: Wiles I., Batdorf W., Colestock I., Batdorf B., Whitcomb I., Bowen K. The wisest thing is Time CENTRAL TREASURY . . . means financiers de-luxe. Money is their business and the "green house" is their headquarters. All financial mat- ters, dues and expenditures find their place in the capable hands of the mem- bers of Central Treasury. They keep the currency of the clubs running on an even keel. LEFT TO RIGHT: Hughes C., Springer B., Mr. Robert Deck, adviser, Mumper P. STENO CLUB . . . plans a program to develop secretarial practices and of- fice procedure. By acting as secretaries to faculty members and through field trips to various business establishments in the area, they learn through doing and seeing. AT LEFT, LEFT TO RIGHT, ROW ONE: White I., Gardiner D., Bailets T., Sturgen O., Hartman B., Moore H. ROW TWO: Steigerwalt U., Lantz I., Aubrey P., Ditlow C., Fetrow I., Blessing C. ROW THREE: Mrs. Ruth Roadarmel, adviser, Trout I., Nearhood M., Mumper P.,'Blessing B., Springer B., Hughes C., Houck B., Mowrey S., Troup D., Hughes F. for it brings everything to light NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY . . . these burners of the midnight oil know the meaning of study. They must have the qualities oi scholarship, leadership, service and character to be eligible for induction into the society. It the members maintain their scholastic average, they receive a certificate ol per- manent membership into the society. ROW ONE: Mumper P., Stoutter M., Trout I., Christian C., Crolce L.. Bankert R., Sheaffer L., Smith I., Steigerwalt U. ROW TWO: Bowles D., Donley C.. Handshaw N., Meas D., Gladielter M.. Robertson I., Garrett C., Claar W., Brackbill I. COMMERCIAL ART CLUB . . . provides an opportunity for talented students to gain practical experience. Organizations and clubs secure attractive posters at a nominal cost for dances or plays. Com- petition among club members is keen for prizes and honors in the annual Shrine poster contest. FOREGROUND: Mock D., Burns B. ROW ONE: Wigtield N., Prosser S., Taussig I., Prowell S.. Berg S., Hain S. ROW TWO: Miller P.. Iones K.. Coble N., Mrs. Stanton. I SCENERY CREW . . . These do-it-yourself lans are in com- STAGE CREW . . . These men behind the scenes insure that plete charge ot all scenery for the class plays and main- assemblies run smoothly. They spin records for noon dance tenance oi the back flaps. During the rest oi the year the CICISSGS Gnd Saturday evening dances, and operate the boys help Mr. Elicker, the crew adviser, in the shop. LEFT audio-visual equipment, under the direction oi Dr. Iohn TO RIGHT, ROW ONE: Brenner 'G., Warren R., Wilt W. Smeltz. SITTING, FRONT: Croke L., Stoner L., Miller I., ROW TWO: Mr. Elicker, adviser, McCreary R., Shuler T.. Ames D., Donley C. STANDING, LEFT: Schwartz B., Thomas Bair D.. Hooper F., Rutt L., Shelly E. ROW THREE: Meiser R.. Seip B. SITTING. BACK: Neiman E.. Iames I.. Hoffman R., Brown I., McCreary L., Lake R., Nye L. C- STANDING. RIGHT: Kutz R. ,, 'r..tfLs:::2'- Swift, speedy Time LE CERCLE FRANCAIS . . -. lang- uage barriers are being leaped by ambitious French students. French club meetings are held at members' homes where the group may hear speakers orate on French culture or listen to French records. PICTURED AT LEFT, LEFT TO RIGHT, ROW ONE: O'Sul1ivan P., Dagle F., Hughes Y., Mock D., Robertson I., Mikos C., Mrs. Thelma Marks, adviser, Sheafier L., Prosser S., Grissinger T., Shuey I., New- comer N. ROW TWO: Brackbill I., Kutz R., Burkhart T.. Garrett C., Clair W., Wright G.. Mooney S., Holland G. SPANISH CLUB . . . sponsors the May dance and the crowning of the annual May queen. They take on various money raising projects. Selling Easter eggs and bake sales provide iunds for the care oi an orphan in Mexico. PICTURED AT RIGHT, LEFT TO RIGHT, ROW ONE: Meas D., Miller P., Ruth I., Shearer S., Phillips D., Wells W., Dagle F., Miss Anne Blecker, adviser. ROW TWO: Horton M., Prowell S., Bowers L., Schrack W., Hooper I., Holland G., Mock D. SPANISH CLUB . . . stimulates interest in our South American neighbors. Activities include bake sales, dances, and correspond- ence with Spanish friends. An annual event is the sale of Easter Eggs for the purpose of a trip to the Spanish Embassy in Wash- ington. PICTURED AT LEFT, LEFT TO RIGHT, ROW ONE: Benedict I., Dorwart E., Quigley N., Smith M., Gladielter M., Spoonhour S., Diehl R., Rupp L., Bair C. ROW TWO: Ludwig I., Cullen L., Brinkley I., Simonton D., Appleton P.. Simpson L., Gicking I., Neag- ley T. feathered with flying years RADIO STAFF . . . news, sports, and features from NCHS are pre- sented on radio station WCMB once every three weeks. This efficient staff, directed by Carol Christian and advised by Mr. Iohn Iohnson, write, edit, and produce these programs. AT RIGHT, LEFT TO RIGHT: Altland M., Nerrie K.. Aubrey P., Sheaffer L. ROW TWO: Wright G., Croke L., Bowles D., Christian C., Mac- farlane S. ROW THREE: Best R., Reilly G., Treder M., Seip B., Garrett C., Burkhart T., Robertson I.. White I., Diehl R. learns to be good library assist- ants and helpers. The ninth grade members journeyed to Millers- ville to the Student Library As- sociation Convention. Their first experience in planning a dance came with the Shamrock Swing for St. Patrick's Day. PICTURED RIGHT, ROW ONE: McClurg L., Nye G., Sandburg P., Iones S., Troup G., Troup S. ROW TWO: Bretz I., Noll M., Pecht K., Graham L., Taylor L.. Sheaffer B., Coleman E., Miss Koons, Yinger I., Weigle M., Houser S., Corke T. ROW THREE: Acker S., Myers B.. Whitcomb I., Winter K., Brown D., Ross N., Steger L., Richter P., Parthemore B., Outlaw M. LIBRARY CLUB . . . efficient as- sistants engaged 'in filing, sort- ing and repairing, the members spend their study halls helping in the library. Two trips each year to Millersville for the library convention and to the Ice Cap- ades compensate for this hard work. AT LEFT, SEATED FRONT: Fulton P.. Eley S., Newcomer N., Ruth I., Taussig I. SEATED. SE- COND ROW: Shive W., Backen- stoss I., Miller P., Blessing B., Quigley N., Miss Koons, Vaughn S., Wintermyer T. STANDING: Snell S., Reilly G., Handshaw N., Wright G., Snyder T., Batdorf B., Sandburg L.. I-Iarlacher L.. Shuey I.. Robertson I.. Eisley S., Blessing C., Fetrow I.. Benedict I., Martson I. Q12 Time rolls his ceaseless course GIRLS' CHORUS . . . feminine vocalists. under the direction oi Miss Ramona Lebo, take part in the school's music curriculum. With a variety oi music they participate in school assemblies and church - services topping oft the season with the spring music festival. At their initial appearance in the Christ- mas program their inspiring hymns added to the glow ai the Candlelight service. ORCHESTRA . . . provides musi- cal interludes ior plays and as- semblies as well as the tradition- al "Pomp and Circumstance" for the Commencement march. ROW ONE, LEFT TO RIGHT: Forten- baugh R., Bitterman D., Evertts R., Croke L., Eley E., She-after L., Ruth I., Knoor I., Whitcomb R. ROW TWO: Eichelberger G,, Hocker R., Eppley I., Coyer H., Ruoii C., Pierce I., Miller M., Hamacher D., Keplinger I., Sei- bert M. GIRLS' CHORUS . . . PICTURED ABOVE, ROW ONE: LEFT TO RIGHT: Holland G., Altland M., Horton M., Spangler K., Spoonhour S., Klinger P., Wigiield N. ROW TWO: Handshaw N.. Ditlow C., Weigle K., Miller M., Peifier B., Wilt L., Diehl R. ROW THREE: Rupp L., Shaw C., Iohnson B., Eley E., Bailets T.. Hartman B., Gardiner D., Bibbins I. PICTURED LEFT, ROW ONE: Bair C., Graham G., Wintermyer L., Zeigler P., Battorff B. ROW TWO: Robertson I., Christian C., Conley L., Dorwart E., Prowell S., Reilly G., Shearer S. ROW THREE: Simmons N., Prowell I., Clem P., Lengeman S., Minskey S., Lehmer B., Lentz L. GIRI.S' CHORUS . . PICTURED ABOVE. ROW ONE: Dagle F., Kutz I., Hamacher D., Seibert M., Lengeman A., Altland I. ROW TWO: Wright G., DiRoberto T., Stouiier M., Benedict I., Eisley S., Dorwalt A., Snell S. ROW THREE: Sparver M., Zeigler I., Sheafter L., Shuey I., Bock C., Dcrihl G. PICTURED RIGHT, ROW ONE: Drawbaugh B., Lawley S., Ienkins B., Aubrey P., Shuler B., Bowles D., Bair A. ROW TWO: Treder M., Gladtelter M., Batdori B.. Macfarlane S., Springer B. ROW THREE: Harbold M., Donley C., Miller P., Knorr I., Keplinger I., Batdorf W.,'White I. BOYS' CHORUS . . close harmony in stirring numbers characterize this ensemble of male voices. The boys , under the direction oi Mr. Kenneth Sampson, exhibit their sing- ing ability at the annual spring concert. BELOW, ROW ONE: Dunmire C., Schwartz B., Brinton S., Neiman E., Everetts R., Olewiler R.. Nonemaker I. ROW TWO: Keech E.. Kohn I., Fortenbaugh R.,,.Hall R., Weakley I., Mailey R., Stouiier V. ROW THREE: Bowen I., Springer R., McCreary L., Krone M., Fetrow R., Shuler T., Speese R. To crack the voice of melody FAMILIAR Ml-ILODIES . . . "Tea for Two," "Rose Marie," "By the Sea" . . Christmas feeling for "Let us Break Bread," and "Iesu Bambino" . . happy with the "Big Brown Bear" . . and the rhythm oi "I Love a Parade" . . frantic practices for the spring concert. and break the legs of Time MIXED CHORUS . . offers vocal music for school assemblies. church functions, and school's report programs. Under the direction of Miss Ramona Lebo, this or- ganization presents a Candlelight Christmas Concert and a Spring Choral Concert. PICTURED LEFT, ROW ONE: Spoonhour, S.. Kohn. I., Brinton, S., Hoffman, C., Fortenbaugh, R. ROW TWO: Knorr, I., Handshaw, N., Croke, L.. Simeone, R.. Hall, R., Burkhart, T., Stouiier, V. ROW THREE: Diehl, R. Schwartz, B.. Shuler, T., Bowen I., Evertts, R., Kremkau, F., Krone, M. .., Q-.Jia ,.r.n'5I.f.it- PICTURED LEFT, ROW ONE: Seibert, P.. accompanist, Ditlow, C., Weigle, K.. Keplinger. I., Wintermyer, L. ROW TWO: Miss Ramona Lebo, directress, Poitier, B., Gladielter. M., Miller. M., Kipp, I., Dorwart, E. ROW THREE: Klinger, P., Altland, M., Lawley, S.. Hartman, B., Bailets. T. DANCE BAND . . provides music for local dances. including performances at West Shore High Schoo1's Christmas Dance and the Harrisburg Hospital Student Nurses' dance at the Civic Club. The latest rock and roll and the best old standards are included in their selec- tions. Through their numerous engage- ments. they have been able to purchase music stands and a complete lighting system. PICTURED LEFT: Curp, R. ROW ONE: Bitterman. D., Evertts, R., Crolre, L., Fortenbaugh, R. ROW TWO: Eppley, I., Coyer, H., liuoff. C., Pierce, I., Eichelberger, I., Breder, W. PICTURED ABOVE, ROW ONE: Speese R., Keach E., Neiman E., Whitcomb R., Drawbaugh B.. Bibbins I., Bair A. ROW TWO: Wealcley I., Nonemalrer I.. Earnst D., Orner F., Mailey R., Stouffer M., Wise L., Benedict I. ROW THREE: McCreary L.. Dunmire C., Springer R.. Fetrow R., Olewiler R., Christian C., White I. PICTURED RIGHT, ROW ONE: Springer B., Shuler B., Herr P., Daihl G. ROW TWO: Lengeman S., Eisley S., Shuey I., Hammaker D., Kutz I. ROW THREE: Sheaffer L., Zeigler I., Bock C., Grahm G., Bowles D. MALE QUARTET . . . spotlights senior boys for a bit oi close harmony. With schools' report programs, assemblies and concerts in view, these boys prepare ior long practice ses- sions. PICTURED, LEFT TO RIGHT, BELOW: Iohn Kohn, Iames Weakley, Samuel Brinton, Barry Schwartz. MIXED CHORUS . . . members harmonize to such popular strains as "On the Street Where You Live", "Walk Hand in Hand", "Autumn Leaves" . . . provide for Christmas spirit with "White Christmas", "O, Po' Little lesus" . . . add patriotic flavor with "God Bless Our Land", "This is America". 'iv THE NATURALS . . . veterans of stage. radio and T V are these nine warblers. Appearances on Stars of Tomorrow. Schools' Report, the community Christmas Party. PAL iesti- val, church services and school choral functions gave them an opportunity to blend their voices. PICTURED BELOW. LEFT TO RIGHT: Mary Gladfelter, Lois Sheafter, Iill Knorr. Louise Rupp, Mardee Altland, Mary Miller, lean Shuey and Mardee Stoutler. Peqqy Seibert accompanies the ensemble. incalculable up and down of Time Ever-aging Time teaches all things LATIN CLUBS . . are tive in number this year, three. first year and two second year. Under their oiticial title of the Iunior Classical League the clubs journey on March 30 to the state convention at Newville, Pa. The Latin Club's annual dance, this year called the "Roman Rock", was held in the gym on April 6. An interesting sidelight was the presentation of several programs by the Bell Telephone Company to the Latin classes. PICTURED LEFT, ROW ONE: Knorr, Sandberg, Wolie, Ebert, Batdorf, Treder, Conley, Eisley. ROW TWO: Wary, Hannigan, Krone, Sirneorie, Stouiter, Myers, Keplinger, Dimmire, Stoner, Keith, Umpleby, Maley. PICTURED LEFT, ROW ONE: Hamacher, Kutz. Bair, Lawley, Ebert, Montgomery, Coder, Taussig. ROW TWO: Agnew. Ames, Klinger, Small, Dean, Buttortf, Bonner, Wagher, Bachman, Altland, Martson. ROW THREE: Hall, Kohler, Wiles. PICTURED LEFT, ROW ONE: Elicker, Coble, Ross. Gross, Steger, Brambly. ROW TWO: KSEATEDJ Swain, Bretz, Fry, McClurg, Simmers. ROW THREE: Bechdel, Kaley, Christian, Haas, Plantt. Kunkel. ROW FOUR: Shaetfer, Apqar, Weaver, Allen, Iohnson, Sites, Yost, Thomas, Smith, Brown. Backenstoss, Altland, Lesher, Rigling, Miller, Yohn, Bonner. PICTURED LEFT, ROW ONE: Sponaugle, Stetler, Acker, Sheatter, Slothower, Sandberg. ROW TWO: Wildman, Claybaugh, Iohnson, Brown, Smith, Bonner, Lechthaler, File, Brightbill, McDonel, Conley, Taylor, Bottiglier, Snyder. ROW THREE: Garrett, Breder, Dix, Flurie, Sawyer, Nye, Richey, McCurdy, Basehore, Hooper, Henry, Breach, Miner. PICTURED LEFT, ROW ONE: Albert, Powers, Kerstetter. Fulton, Graham, Shaefter. ROW TWO: Myers, Mumma, Embiclr, Masters, Turner, Wire, Smith, Wilson, Baker. ROW THREE: Hench, Carroll, Appleton, Smith. ROW FOUR: Baker, Glenn, Moody, Filson, Stetler, White, Fox, Dissing- er, Sandnes, Ulrich, Pnicker, Fox. Time marches on BAND FRONT . . sparking the band at iootball games and capturing honors at contests summarizes the school's feel- ing toward the twirlers cmd colorguards. ABOVE, ROW ONE, COLORGUARDS--Iohnson B., DiRoberto T., Benedict I., Shive W.. Wise L. ROW TWO, BANNER CARRIERS- Rehm D., Newcomer N. ROW THREE: Prosser S., Backen- stoss I., Lengeman A. ROW FOUR: Graham G., Buttorfi B., Kimmel L., Fulton P., Iohnson I.. Quigley N., Iones K., Eisley S., Bowers B. TIGER MASCOT . . represents NC's school spirit and spurs the Tigers on to victory-all this is lackie Bibbins, PICTURED LEFT. Q PEP AND VIVACITY . . characterize head twirler Alice Lengeman and banner carrier Darlis Rehm shown at right. CHORUS LINE . . twirlers whoop it up to the rhythmic music of the band. Time is the most valuable thing a man can spend. NEW CUMBERLAND HlGH SCHOOL BAND . . . ROW ONE: Graham, Mowery, Hays, Higling, McCloskey, Sprenkle, Eppley, Felsburg Bitterman, Richcreek, Eichelberger, Kimmel. ROW TWO: Fulton, Quigley, Bottliglier, Garrett, Graybill, Nebinger, Hocker, McDone1 Prosser, Weaver, Curp, Zimmerman, Bowers. ROW THREE: Iones, Ruth, Kremkau, Buttorfi, Shive. ROW FOUR: Eisley, DiRoberto, Shearer, Brightbill, Prowell, Iames, Iohnson B.. Iohnson I. ROW Springer, Brader, Backenstoss, Ernst, Smith, Semoli, Unpleby, Wise. Hoffman, Dillen, Ebert, Bell, Knorr, Treder, Pieiter, Eley, Sheaifer Ruofi. Brackbill, Eppley, Seibert. Turban. Simmons. Clem, Shaw FIVE: Benedict, Garrett, Whitcomb, Diehl, Coyer, Burkhart, Dillen KNEELING: Rehm, Lenqeman, Prosser, Backenstoss, Newcomer. IMPRESSIVE DRILLS . . . thrill spectators at Tiger football games. Lined up in front of the stands, the band prepares to play the Alma Mater. Time flies away, and cannot be restored ON PARADE . . . before young and old alike, at the annual Halloween parade, ABOVE. The band displays its ability during halftime. The band has 70 members, representing grades seven through twelve, and 20 girls in the band front. 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S V vi 5 :Alix 1 f M M ,Y V 4 , X "T 95. .fm 1119 . 276. , S L 13 5 j" ww, 53 2.5 41, IJ RSM Wise through Time H all of Fame HARVEY BANEY Council president, varsity club SAMUEL BRINTON Class president, sr. play CAROL CHRISTIAN Times co-editor, radio staff IOHN KOHN Varsity sports, sr. play IOHN RENNINGER Varsitv sports, football king BARRY SEIP Staff photoqrapher, stage crew Play production, Tri-Hi Y Honor society, 21 club Times co-editor, the Naturals LEE CROKE MARDEE SPARVER Honor society, orchestra RUTH DIEHL UDINE STEIGERWALT SHAWNEE editor, Tri-Hi Y PATTI HERR MARDEE STOUFFER Sr. play, cheerleader 2 SHAWNEE CONGRATULATES . . . these seniors in the Hall of Fame for 1957 Their qualifications of service, leadership, scholarship and character have earned them this award. PICTUBED ABOVE, ROW ONE: Udine Steigerwalt Harvey Banev, lohn Renninqer, Mardee Sparver. ROW TWO: Mardee Stout fer, Lee Croke, Iohn Kohn, Ruth Diehl. ROW THREE: Barry Seip, Carol Chris 92 tian, Patti Herr, Samuel Brinton. WhO'S who Time is on our' side MOST POPULAR MOST TALENTED HARVEY BANEY RICHARD CURP IOANNE ZEIGLER SAUNDRA SHEARER MOST ATTRACTIVE MOST COOPERATIVE ADRIAN STETLER SAMUEL BRINTON PATTI HERR MARDEE STOUEFER MOST ATHLETIC BEST ALL AROUND f IOHN KOHN SAMUEL BRINTON ROSEMARY WHITE LOIS SHEAFFER MOST STUDIOUS MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED BARRY SEIP LEE CROKE CAROL CHRISTIAN CAROL CHRISTIAN SHAWNEE CONGRATULATES . . . these seniors in the Who's Who for 1957. Popular vote of their classmates awarded these honors for outstanding achieve- ment. PICTURED ABOVE, ROW ONE: Saundra Shearer, Richard Curp, Sam- uel Brinton, Lois Sheaffer. ROW TWO: Carol Christian, Barry Seip, Rosemary White, John Kohn, Lee Croke, Mardee Stouffer. ROW THREE: Adrian Stetler, Patti Herr, Ioanne Zeigler, Harvey Baney. 93 He who gains Time gains everything GHOSTLY CHARACTERS . . . bands and colortul floats appeared in the spotlight lor one night as 12,000 New Cumberlandites viewed the Halloween parade. A dance, sponsored by the Community Service Organization, was climaxed by the crowning of the Hal- loween Queen. AT RIGHT is Queen Barbara Blessing and her escort, Barry Schwartz. HAPPY QUEEN . . AT LEFT, Bar- bara Blessing is crowned at a Halloween dance sponsored by the CSO. President P. B. Lyman does the honors. Q QUEEN BAR- BARA. . AT RIGHT, and her junior attendants, Wanda Shive, LEFT and Nancy Sue Wigiield, are all smiles as they wave to admiring subjects along the parade route. SMILING COURT . . in- cludes the Queen, elected by her fellow seniors, her attendants, elected by the junior class, the CSO pres- ident, and the girls' es- corts. LEFT TO RIGHT are Larry I-lartzell, Nancy Sue Wigtield, Barbara Blessing, P. B. Lyman, Wanda Shive, Paul Miller and Barry Schwartz. LITTLE MAN . . . with a destination tthe end of the parade routel appears BELOW on one oi the parade's many floats. I think upon the happy Time so fondly loved STORYLAND . . . presented by a local Girl Scout Troop, AT LEFT, featured novel costumes and accordion music. Q IAYCEES . . . of New Cumberland, BELOW. sporting an ancient vehicle. move along the parade route urging onlookers to get out and vote. OLD TIMERS . . . portrayed by men and wo- men of the Eldwood Fire Company, New Cumberland, APPEAR AT RIGHT, braving the nippy October air. This organization dressed as Pennsylvania Dutch farmers won a prize as one oi the largest groups in the line oi march. Time elaborately thrown away BIG NIGHT . . AT LEFT, cheerleaders Sally Minskey and Susan Lenqeman admit happy couple, Russ Strauss and Lois Sheaifer, for an evening of iun at the annual Football Hop. Q KING IOHN . . BELOW, receives a royal handshake of congratulations from Harvey Baney while Rick Lambert gives a big pat on the back. SURPRISED QUEEN .. "lVIe?" gasps Patti Herr as Mrs. Mary Paolone informs her she is NC Football Queen of 1956, ABOVE. Mardee Sparver and Ioanne Ziegler, atten- dants, look on. Q HEARTY APPLAUSE . . spotlights the coronation ol the Football King and Queen at the dance sponsored by the cheerleaders, AT RIGHT. The candidates were nominated on loyal service during football season. 96 Rich with the spoils of time MOMENT OF HAPPINESS . . AT RIGHT, as alumnae cheerleaders, Elinor Iohnson and Cynthia Omer, present the Football King and Queen with the crown and gilt. Queen Patti Herr smiles happily while King Iohnny Ren- ninger gazes at the audience. Q ROYAL COURT . . surrounds the King and Queen at the annual Football Hop. BELOW, LEFT TO RIGHT are: Richard Lambert, Ioanne Zeigler, Queen Patti Herr, King Iohn Renninger, Mar- dee Sparver and Harvey Baney. AWAITING THE ROYAL COUPLE . . AT LEFT, dancers swirl beneath the Football Hop banner. Others discuss the chances of each candidate who was chosen by popular vote. 97 OO PAUSING FOR A BREATHER . . . in the gala evening's excitement are faculty guests and their wives. PICTUR- ED AT LEFT ABE: Mr. and Mrs. D. Bruce Conner, Mr. and Mrs. Iohn Zitto, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lisse. ,Set to the tune of Time "21" CLUB OFFICERS . . . and their dates take time out from the gala cele- brations to relax after spending weeks of work in preparation for the White Christmas Formal. PICTURED AT THE LEFT ARE: Mardee Sparver, Iohn Ren- ninger, Betsy Lehmer, Kenneth Ander- son, Gloria Rockey, Iohn Hewitt. Beverly Springer and Adrian Stetler. HIGHLIGHTING . . . the winter season at NC is the White Christmas Formal sponsored by the 21 club. Enchanted couples danced to the dreamy music of Fred Harry in a white paradise. Wondering just how close heaven can be, the happy couples reached out to touch the celestial figures as they en- circle the dance floor. 3 mi A 'KW wa K, if.. K I, ,, 0 W' +2255 .mx Q? xxx w ' i' Q R 1 Wu .gi gi if 'ig' , Lf T Q J :Q WL? K f N 4 Q 1 K A. qv fr 2 355 'X 33' gf , 1 ' Q , 534: Q ? .324 3 15 A 2 J' Q 15" 1QQiQ Q ,. . f Yg,,5 A V. Jf fii, If ' f .V .1 "SPICE AND VARIETY" . . . play cast roles poses for a curtain call. The comedy headed by Ruth Diehl and Lee Croke and involving typical teenagers in a typical situation was written and directed by Mr. Melvin Checkum, a member oi the faculty. ABOVE. ROW ONE: Croke L., Page C., Schwartz B., Schrack S., Blessing B., Zeigler I., Shearer S.. Speese R. ROW TWO: DeBoard P., Curp R., Shaw C.. Krick I., Sparver M., Lentz L., White I.. Bibbins I., Schrack W. ROW THREE: Nerrie K., Diehl R., Bair A., Bailets T., Springer B., Sheaifer L., and Iohn R. Time and circumstances PRODUCTION STAFF .... goes over last minute details. LEFT TO RIGHT , Susan Schrack, prompter: Ioanne Zeig- ler, student producer: Mardee Sparver. prompterg and Mr. Melvin Checkum, director. "I WOUI.DN"l' TRY TO CHEAT YOU MA'AM" . . . pleads Dick Curp in a scene from Spice and Variety. Dick, as the egg man, had a thriving bui- ness in skilfully cheating his patrons. HUMOROUS SCENE . . . from Spice and Variety reflected at left by Patti Herr, Linda Lentz, Iackie White, and Ada Bair shows the informality of the play. REHEARSA1. . . . Talent acts practice on stage during the "Spice and Variety" performance. AT RIGHT, Saundra Shearer displays her talent as a tap dancer while Throena Bailets and Charles Page, hillbilly duo, look on. enlarge the views of men OUTSTANDING IOUBNALIST . . . Ken Nerrie receives an award for his superior article from Raymond Iohns while Ronald Speese and Phil DeBoard look on admiringly. "I-IOWDY PARDNEZRH . . . exclaims Lee Croke as he comes upon Barry Schwartz, ' junior cowboy, in a comedy W scene irom "Spice and Variety." "COKE TIME" . . . shouts Barry Schwartz as he offers re- porter Ken Nerrie pretzels while Lee Croke and Ruth Diehl talk of the coming dance. To choose Time is to save Time COMEDY HIT . . "MOTHER IS A FRESHMANH produced by the senior class on November 8 and 9th . . directed by A. Naomi Peters . . lun and laughter when mother attends college with her teenage daughter. Top-notch perior- mances from leads and supporting actors . . Carol Christian at Cher terrific best as Abigail .. Sam Brinton, a shouting "Gilly" . . Patti Herr, a show-stopper in red evening gown . . Iames Lamont, a popular proi . . Bill Schrack, a proud and handsome Bobo. Q SURROUND- ED . . by college men who iight for the atten- tion of a "middle-age" woman. AT RIGHT, SEATED ARE Adrian Stetler. Carol Christian, Abigail Abbott: William Schrack, Bobo. STANDING: lack Kohn, Howie: Lee Croke. rftl vi ,L ' ' x ,, , ref - 1,1 K ,Q .. i . fgfiixlm ik: kv -I' .t 1 Cf-in Q. ,Y . . W . .v, , , . -5 f ,. -Q9 'aff 9,52 'T I A r' r . tu-cf. if .Wt Nz. - :Mia 15,-V7 Viv ',e"':-. il..- :- i g:s:g14,f ,, ,-it -. 1: fs . ig, 2 'ff' 52 .I , , M., K wan . .s 'w t .- I so . if-2 'z 2 Yr seas-::2'i4,-. " e A -- 4 A, r iaigg ggf Sign ff: 37 xg, fy,-gt : , ik -N s.,f1:'-W1,.ge .talk PROPS SUPREME . . are moved into place unde the direction of Mrs. Betty Weaver to set a stage with a professional and elegant look. PICTUHED AT RIGHT: Harvey Baney and Iohn Renninger move a desk to the right spot Ior Mrr. Weaver. The unimaginable touch oi Time writ psf' is Rx -r til N STAR PERFORMERS . . . the play cast iinds time to relax after the last performance to go over their plans ior the play party. next big event on the social calendar. PICTURED BELOW, SEATED: Sam Brinton as Dean Gillingham: Iames Lamont as Professor Michaels: Carol Christian as Abigail Abbott: Patti Herr as Susan Abbott: William Schrack as Bobo: Ada Bair as Clara: Caroline Shaw as Mrs. Miller. STANDING: Lee Croke as Bill: Iackie Bibbins as Carrie: Ruth Diehl as Sylvia: lack Kohn as Howie: Ioanne Zeigler as Bunny: Iudy Krick as Marge: Beverly Springer as Helen: Adrian Stetler as lack. 4809 gp s 5513 65896 douqweg :Signet 11 Qxokeesoi XOQ 14 wi C 'Loo 50 1509 We YW o . . - 'to W 9- MY: ' 909' Ilvggicgxexil Q33 Yxe-'ten is 'SO enemy Sv Gam Chihgkx ..X,xS'Yte5 xo" gC0ioX xecw All Times are not alike BEHIND THE SCENES . . . check-up on final details beiore curtain time. Play director Miss A. Naomi Peters, with stage hands and production staif members Yvonne Hughes, Iudy Lcmtz, Susan Schrack, Saundra Shearer and Mardee Sparver, student producer. DORM GOSSIP . . . about her own mother and her beloved professor annoys Susan. AT LEFT, Io Zeigler, Ada Bair and Ruth Diehl repeat the campus stories to Patti Herr, standing behind them. ' xo G was 525' an 19 ?Q,'5?'PtYgYx5l gefiix bO G5 Sas 5 60 e5 50 9965 di' if 64 QQ 196065 Gxoxgexko 0 6019 , - - .' og an Dqiixnqkxdtix we P, Ylgoixog. O61 LY-Sdenx Pxbxq GA oig' 'HP' - Kiwi Ool' to EN Bank Cepi ble 1' . OYODXQ gil X, x upptosachoets- new 1 ith G xoiesso -N 6 Y Be a child O' the Time "YOU'RE EXPELLEDU . . shouts Dean Gilling- ham to freshman Abigail Abbott as Professor Michaels protests and Susan and Bob are stunned by his action. PICTURED AT LEFT ARE: Iames Lamont, Patti Herr. Carol Christ- ian, William Schrack, and Samuel Brinton. ORDERS FROM GILLY . . amuse the girls as Mrs. Miller, the housemother, passes the word along on dating and etiquette. PICTURED AT RIGHT: ROW ONE, Iackie Bibbins, Iudy Krick, Ada Bair, Ruth Diehl, Caroline Shaw. ROW TWO: Beverly Springer, Ioanne Zeigler. Q, , , . W, . W :view n ,,,, 'QW TIGER SQUAD for 1956 . . . ROW ONE, LEFT TO RIGHT: Brenner G., Moss D., Baney H., Renninger I., Bankert R., Lambert R., Kohn I., Moss M., Strauss R., Spangler I. ROW TWO: Coach Dittmar, Palese K.. Renninger R., Cook B., DeBoard P., Croke L., Steger M., Weltmer C., Coach Poole. ROW THREE: Miller R., Miller P., Keating I.. Rudy V., Hale C., Hockey K., Phillips D., Simpson L., Miser R. Catholic High ........ Susquehanna .,,...... Cumberland Valley Boiling Springs ...,. Shippensburg ....,.. Football Schedule NC OPP. 6 12 Mechanicsburg 14 7 Enola 14 0 Camp Hill O 25 Hummelslown 21 14 West Shore Time and I are the two mightiest monarchs NC OPP. 13 33 21 0 Cancelled 26 O 7 25 sa, an., Football HARRISBURG CATHOLIC . . the underdog Tigers surprised everyone in the season's opener with an excellent showing and took a 6-0 lead. The Crusaders scored in the last tew seconds however, to pull out a 12-6 heartbreaker. SUSQUEHANNA TOWNSHIP . . the Bengals got into the win column on their own gridiron alter a week's lay-oil. Alter a 7-7 halftime score, a third period TD clinched the 14-7 victory. CUMBERLAND VALLEY , . again the NC eleven racked up 14 points to take home their bacon. Touchdowns in each half proved to be enough as the excellent defense kept the Eagles scoreless. BOILING SPRINGS . . nothing went right for the Tiger squad on this rainy attemoon. Long touchdown runs by the Bubblers rolled up 25 points as NC was held scoreless. SHIPPENSBURG . . the Bengles bounced hack to win with three touchdowns. The defense bogged down however. as the Grey- hounds fought back tor two scores and almost tied it up. S ummary g MECHANICSBURG . . the Tigers were the first team to lead the Wildcats at any time up to that game. Taking a 7-0 lead, and again a 13-7 lead, the second hall proved to be the downfall as Mechanicsburg went home with a 33-13 victory. ENOLA . . playing on West Shore's field, the NC gridmen avenged the previous year's deteat by rolling up 21 points. The defense also shone by holding the Panthers scoreless. CAMP HILL . . weather conditions caused the cancellation of a game which was to have been the last tilt between two old rivals. HUMMELSTOWN . . the Bengals cut loose their attack against the Bulldogs and rolled up 26 points. Again the defense successfully protected our goal. WEST SHORE . . alter giving up the first TD, the Tigers came back to take a temporary 7-6 lead. But the Trojans took over and won the Turkey Day classic 25-7. Time cmd I against any two He who hath Time, hath life GOING DOWN . . . is No. 42 Dick Bankert in the Boiling Springs game, AT LEFT, as No. 43 Bob Renninger and No. 55 Gale Brenner arrive too late to he of assistance. SCRAMBLE l-'OR BALL . . . in Mechanicsburg game raises the dust. AT LEFT. Harvey Baney and Larry Simpson go after the pig- skin while Mike Steger and Bob Renninger continue their blocks. BEARING DOWN . . . on Ship- pensburg opponent is No. 51 "NOT QUITE' . . . says the referee, BELOW LEFT. as No. 51 Iohn I0hnnY Renningell LOWER Renninger is stopped short ot the goal by the Hummelstown line. RIGHT' -Us NO' 33 Hffrvev BfmeYf klT-vi1Tl---vM1i- 1,1-it ,- ..-- .. TIGER FANS . . . yell for more action as their favorite gridders move toward the goal line. Q Coach Dittmar stops his usual pacing to watch a play emerging. At Times, impetuous with emotion No. 60 Paul Miller and No. 35 Larry Simpson are too far away BALLET DANCE . . . is done by Mechcmicsburg player, BELOW, as Larry Simpson to help him om, goes down behind blocks of Bob Renninger and lack Kohn. 113 1-14 Pleasure and action make the hours ' TURNING ON STEAM . . . is No. 33 Harvey Baney. AT LEFT. as Iohnny Renninger, Rick Lambert and Ronny Miller clear the way for a TD in the 26-0 victory over Hummelstown. DIGGING FOR . . . extra yardage is Iohnny Renninger, ABOVE as Ronny Miller and Bob Renninger try to clear a way through West Shore opponents. AWAY HE GOES . . . for long yardage, AT RIGHT, Renninger pulls away from cr would-be tackler with an assist from No. 60 Paul Miller and No. 54 Lee Croke in the Boiling Springs tilt. 96 fir' mb Q-df? i W MMM? tp...-O LIVELY AND LOVELY . .describes the cheerleaders who spark the students and Tiger fans at football and basketball games. ABOVE, ready for action in front of the stands are Iudy Sponangle, Susan Lengeman, Nancy Wigfield, Ioanne Zeigler. Patti Herr, Ioyce Prowell, Sally Menskey, and Koren Albert. 'SENIOR CO-CAPTAINS . . represent the spirit of pep and loyalty of N. C. students. Shown right are Patti Herr and Ioanne Zeigler. IN ACTION . . the pep squad leaps high as the Tigers move down the field. W1 , WWE i i , I " f 3 14 wNY9W1g -fi .. 8 1 ' :: Q ' f x 2 ,, f g Q ,l :E - X ' ig 6 f Y 4 3 1 S ,, X 1 'f f sg ,Qi Wg? M as 5 I ' 1 4 l K .M fb 1a::wi' V , fy A 'Qs2gHi'?1s9?1Wk-W XTQWZ. yrs. 5 . ' K'AL ,ilwgijigf 2 K A f' 1- A , . f:v,fei?5 , VT" , i W A M gifs . Q. 5 f l lB6BERT MILLER 'X The TIMES are big with tidings UP FOR TWO . . goes Rick Lambert, AT LEFT, as loe Iames watches West Shore's Hosteter and Keith Quigley attempt to block the shot. The Tigers rocked up a 65-57 victory to even a Trogan early season win. SCRAMBLE FOR BALL . . by two Camp Hill players, LOWER LEFT, INTO THE AIR . . goes Herb Hoifmeier, LOWER RIGHT. as Larry tips ball into hands of Herb Holfmeier as Rick Lambert looks on. Simpson watches for the deadly jump shot to cut the cords. N. C.'s man-to-man defense failed to stop the Lions who piled up Cumberland Valley took an early 10-3 lead, but the Tigers poured a 2l-5 margin in its lirst quarter. it on to win 68-42. IUNIOR VARSITY SQUAD . . completes the season with a record oi 7 wins and 15 losses. PICTURED ABOVE, KNEELING: Coach Hockey, Vance Stouffer, Richard Meiser, Richard McCurdy, Donald Simonton, Dale Ames, Ray Coffey. STAND- ING: Edwin Iohnson, Lewis Reilly, William Brader, Gilbert Backenstoss, Ronald Springer, Larry McCreary. Naught treads so silent as Time STRETCHING OUT . . lor ball is Herb Holimeier, BELOW, FANCY HOOK . . is executed by Rick Lambert BELOW as as Larry Simpson and Ioe Hooper jockey with Camp Hill Northern Ioint opponent awaits possible rebound cornered for reboundinq position. K . 1 - T1 is t 7 1,- vax, ka , ur ,sly for an engine to keep back all Clocks Wrestling CLASSIC STANCE . . in in- terscholastic w r e s t 1 i ng demonstrates a b r e a k down from a cross-body riding position. AT RIGHT, lack Kohn works hard lor a pin to carry the team through cr victorious meet. ...-. pn r - -' - H-we-wqresrf -km is sf, ,.,, W, ..-4 . SEASON'S SUMMARY . . although N. C. High's matmen lost three meets against more experienced grapplers irom Cumberland Val- ley, Mechanicsburg, and Boiling Springs, they outscored the Do- ver team in two separate meets. PRACTICE SESSION .. shows Tiger grapplers hard at work. AT RIGHT, Barry Schwartz tries a pinning hold on Ade Stetler using a reverse hall nelson with Fred Hooper looking on. WRESTLING TEAM . . has won student approval and support in its first year as cz competitive sport at N. C. High. PICTURED ABOVE, ROW ONE: Hooper F., Hutt W., Corl R., Bair D., Schwartz B. ROW TWO: Renninger R., Brauw C., Worley R., Books C., Drake G., Stetler A. ROW THREE: Negley T., Manager: Palese K., Dillen R., Kohn I., Baker W. Time is the chrysalis of eternity EXCITING BOUT . . shows matmen BELOW in Cx LEGS FLYING . . Tiger Danny Bair is PICTURED neutral position with Dover's Yohn attempting to BELOW being broken down from a referee's take Ralph Dillen to the mat. Tiger Dillen later position with a final pin being scored by Dover. pinned his man. -W ""'Hm1lww-h--- Carlisle ....,,..,,,,,,,,A,, Cumberland Valley Enola ,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,A,A 1 3 Boiling Springs ....., ...... 7 West Shore ,,,....... Camp Hill .......,.. Mechaniscburg ..,.., ,,,,,, 6 Senior Diamond Basketball Schedule l956 0 5 NC OPP. 1 6 3 U 1 5 0 2 Cumberland Valley Carlisle .....................,.... ........ Mechamcsburq ,,..... ,,.,,,,. Camp Hill ............. Enola ..... .........,. West Shore NC OPP 0 Z O 2 1 5 O 1 13 1 D 8 , ,,L ....... ., A' J' L ,, ,, ,.., M . BOWLING TEAM . . . organizes for its first year under the direction of Mr. Lester Hockey. In its only interscholastic competition the team won 6 games against 0 losses -from the Camp Hill Keglers. PICTURED ABOVE, ROW ONE: Witters H., Fortenbaugh R., Neiman. E., Schwartz B.. Nerrie K. ROW TWO: Mr. L. Hockey, coach, Hall R., Lamount I., Smith I., Brinkley H., Stetler A., Weakley I Rapid flight of Time 'XRACK TEAM' . . . becomes a recognized varsity organization tor the 1957 season with Mr. Lawrence Gorman as coach. PICTURED BELOW, ROW ONE: Myers I., Agnew R., Vallicorse R., Steger M., Hooper F. ROW TWO: Mr. Graman, Simeone R., Kohn I., Phillips D., Rudy V., Stetler A. ,wqm ,., . ,,,,. ,, ' J. ., 1 ,QM ...,.....3... SENIOR CHAMPS . . . won the girls' intramural basketball crown for the year. Coached by Susan Schrack the team won the title from the juniors. BELOW LEFT, ROW ONE: Zeigler I., Schrack S., Houck B. ROW TWO: Stoutfer E., Hughes C., White R., Hughes Y. RUNNERS UP . . . tor senior honors are the girls coached by Pat Aubrey. BELOW RIGHT, ROW ONE: Gardner D., Herr P., Aubrey P., Eley E. ROW TWO: Bibbins I., Prowell S., White I., Shearer S. xr '5 F W 5 T is 1 , 8 tw! il AWG? Af BOWLING ENTHUSIASTS . . . learn the techniques and rules of good keglers. Under the instruction of Mrs. Paolone the girls met at the Lemoyne Bowling Center one night each week. AT LEFT, KNEELING: Wigfield N., Shearer S.. Shuler B., Krick I., Fisher I., Schrack S., Wright G. STANDING: Marshall D., Grissinger T., Hughes Y., Dix D., Robertson I., Mikos C., White R.. Bibbins I. Q VOLLEYBALL CHAMPS . . . ex- hibit the keen competitive spirit oi the senior team through an unbeaten season six wins and no losses. BELOW, KNEEL- ING: Bai! A., Hartman B., White Pl., Guistwhite I., Ettinger M. STANDING: Hughes Y., Hughes C., Freet M., Houck B.. Aubrey P., Schrack S. '53 FINIS Time goes. you say? Ah no. Alas. Time stays we qo. GOLDEN DAYS . . . draw to a close for seniors. Talking LUXURIOUS SURHOUNDINGS . . . and the last round of celebrations before the close oi an eventful senior year. Above, senior leaders are entertained at the Harrisburger Hotel. left to right: Stetler, Brinton, Renninger, Baney. Kohn, Curp, Seip, Christian, Sparver, Zeigler, Stouffer, White, Shearer, Sheafier, Diehl, Steigerwalt, Herr. Q SPECIAL SERVICE . . . for senior guests is a must. AT LEFT, Ruth Diehl, yearbook editor and A. Naomi Peters, adviser, pour for class president Samuel Brinton, Rosemary White and lack Kohn. BIG MOMENT . . . is here and TIME in NC high ends for the class of 1957. over graduation activities and future plans are Ruth Diehl, Mardee Stouffer, Lois Sheaffer. Starr Maciarlane, Carol Christian. Wt? Administration ......... Advertisers ................ Algebra class .............., American History ........ Art class ..................... Artley, Daniel ....... Aubrey, Patricia ....... Award Winners ............ Bailets, Mr. Walter ...... Bailets, Throena ....... Bair, Ada ............... Band, formal ......... Band, front ........ Band, parade ....... Baney, Harvey .....,.............. Page 12 130 69 62 66 25 25 22 Bankert, Richard .................................. Baseball, Senior Lettermen Basketball, Junior Varsity .................. Basketball, Varsity Squad Bennett, Mrs. Eleanor Berg, 'Shelley ,..,.,.,.,,.,,, Best, Robert ............... Betz, Larry .................... Bibbins, Jacqulyn ........ Biology class .............,.. 14 25 25 88 87 89 25 25 122 Basketball, action ................ 117, 118, 119 119 116 14 25 25 25 25 68 14 Blecker, Miss Anne ........ Blessing, Barbara ....... Blessing, Carol ............. Board of Directors .............. Bomgardner, 1Vlr. S. P. ....,. . Bonner, Patrick .............,.. Books, Carl .........,,,,....,..,,, Bowen, Mr. Richard ....... Bowers, Harry .............. Bowling, Boys ........... Bowling, Girls ...... Boys' Chorus ......,. .... Boys' Health ........................ 26 26 12 13 26 26 Boys' Quartet ........................... ....... Boys' Physical Education .. 14 26 123 124 83 70 85 Brenner, Gale ...,,..,,,l..,,,,,,,,,,,.A ,.,,,,, Brinton, Mr. Gerald ,.,..,.,..., Brinton, Samuel ..........,.... Brown, Wendy ,,,...,.....,...,,,, Brubaker, Miss Mary ........ Brubaker, Ralph .............. Building view ............... Cafeteria ....,............... Central Treasury ........ Cheerleaders ................ Chemistry Lab ............ Cherry Pie Contest ...... Chorus Practice ....... Christian, Carol ....... Civics ................,.. ,, Class Advisers ............. Class Officers .................. Commercial Art Club ........ Conley, Leonard .............. Conner, 1VJr. Bruce ...... Contents ........................ Cooking class .................. Cornish, Mr. Donald ...... Croke. Lee ..................... Crone, Carl ....... 126 26 14 26 26 14 26 6, 7 78 115 69 65 66 26 63 24 24 74 27 14 65 14 27 27 Index Curp, Richard ........ Dagle, Frances .......... Dance Band ,,.,,,,,,,..,.,,,, David, Mrs. Edith ,,..,..... Davis, Clare ,,,,,,.,,,,,., DeBoard, Phillip ....,..l Deck, Mr. Robert .,,,,,..,,.,,, Decker, Mrs. Miriam ....... Dedication ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,.., Denison, Mrs. Dorothy ........ Diehl, Ruth .,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,, Ditlow, Catherine .......... Dittmar, Mr. William ....,... Drafting ...,..,..,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Page 27 27 85 14 27 27 14 15 15 27 27 15 Dressmakers ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,.,,,,,-,.,,.,--- -..,.,,--1- Drlvers Training ...,,.,.,,,,,.,. ,,,, ,,.,,,,,,,,-,.,, Dunkleberger. Miss Dorothy Earles, Miss Kathleen ..,..,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,. Edwards, Mr. Robert ,,,,.,.,,,,,,,1 ,.,.,,,,, Eichelberger, Ray ,,,,.,,..,,., Eighth Grade Officers ......... Elicker, Mr, Jesse ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, English, Junior ,.,..,.,..,,,,,, English panel ......... Ettinger, Martha ,....... Failor, Janis ............ Fetrow, Janice ........ Fetrow, Robert ...,..,. Finis ...................... Flapperettes ............ Foqle, Norma ......... Follett, Mr. Earl .,.... 64 65 63 15 15 15 28 50 15 61 61 28 28 28 28 125 42 Football, action ................. ...... 1 12, 113 Football Hop .,.,,,,..,,......,...,,,, Football King and Queen .,......,,..,,,,,,,, 96 Football, Senior Letterman ........ 110, 111 Football Squad ......,...,,,,,,.........,...,,.,,,, 1 10 28 Freet, Mary ..,.............,.,.,,,,,,., French class ...,...... French Club ....,....,....,. Freshman Officers ..,.,.,. Freshman Science ........ Gardiner, Dolores ...,,,,,.,., Garman, Mr. Lawrence .....,, Gemmill, Mr. Charles ......,.. Geometry class ..,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, Girls' Chorus ,,,.,..,,,.,,.,,,,,,,, Girls' Intramurals ,,...,..,,,,,,,,, 60 80 46 68 28 15 12 69 82, 83 124 71 Girls' Physical Education ,,,,.,, ,,,,.,,,, Grissinger, Charlq ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Guistwhite, Jo Ann ....... Hale, Clinton ,.,...,....., Hall of Fame ,.,.,.,,,,,,,,,,, Hallowe'en Queen ....... Hallowe'en Parade ...,... Harbold, Loyal .,......... Harin , John q .............. Hartman, Barbara ....... Health exam .,,.,,,,,,,,,, Herr, Patti ....,.............. Hi-Y ................................, Hoffmeier, Herbert ........ Holland, Georqann ......... Homick. Mr. Michael ....... Honor Students ...........,. Horwitz, Mrs. Silom ......... 28 28 29 92 94 95 29 29 29 71 29 76 29 29 15 23 16 Page Houck, Barbara .,....... Industrial Arts ..,,,,,,,,,,. Johnson, Mr. John ,,.,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 29 64 Johns, Raymond ......... ,..,,,,. 3 0 13 71 Junior Health class ....... Junior Historians ...,., 62 Junior Officers ..,...... Junior Prom ,.,,,,,,,,.,,,,,, 40 98 Kennedy, Richard ,,..,,,.,,. 30 Kerstetter, Delores ......... ........ 3 0 30 16 16 Kohn, John ...........,,,,...,,,., ,..,,,,, Koons, Miss Carole ....... ........ Kopp, Miss Audrey ..,.,., ,,,,,,,, Krick, Judith ...........,,,.,.,, ,,,,,,,, Krout, Mrs. Lee ..,,,..,,,, .,.,,,,, Lambert, Nancy ......... ,,.,,,,, Lambert, Richard .....,. ,,,,,,,, Lamont, James ......... ........ Lantz, Judith ......... ,..,,,,, Latin class ................ ..,..,.. Latin Clubs .................. ,..,,,., Lebo, Miss Ramona .............. ........ Lehmer, Betsy ,.......,...,.,.,,,..,.,..., ...,.... Leibensperger, Mrs. Merle ...... ........ Lengeman, Alice ................... ........ Lentz, Linda ......................... ........ Library Clubs .......... ......,. Lisse, Mr. Robert ,........ ........ Little Indian Staff .,...,. ........ Macfarlane, Starr ........... ........ Majorettes ........................... ....... Mechanical Drawing ....... ....... Miller, Joan ...................... ....... Miller, Joanne .,............ ........ Miller, Mr. Robert ....... ........ Mills, Donald .......,... ................ Mixed Chorus ...,...... ......... 8 4, Mock, Doretta 1 ......... ........... Moore, Harriet ......... ........ Moore, William .,........ ........ Moss, Darwin .......... ........ Moss, Marvin ........... ........ Mowrey, Sandra ......... ........ Mumper, Patricia .,,.... ........ Music class ..................... ........ Myers, Mrs. Mary ......... ........ Myers, Ronald ..................... ........ 30 16 30 30 30 31 60 86 16 31 16 31 31 81 16 74 31 87 Marks, Mrs. Thelma ......... ....... 1 6 64 31 31 16 31 85 31 31 32 32 32 32 32 66 16 32 National Honor Society ....... ....... 7 9 85 Naturals ........,.......................... ........ Nearhood, Margie ............. ........ 3 2 Neiman, Ellwood ....... ........ 3 2 Nerrie, Kenneth ...... ....... 3 2 Office Practice ........ ,...... 6 7 Orchestra ..................... ........ 8 3 O'Sullivan, Patricia ....... ........ 3 2 Paolone, Mrs. Mary ....... ........ 1 7 Peiffer, Mr. Fred .,.,.,.....,.,.,. ....,,.. 1 7 Perry, Mrs. Louise .,.......,..,.... .,.,....... 1 7 Peters, Miss A. Naomi ........................ 17 Physics Lab .........................................,.. 68 Play, Junior ...................... ........, 1 02, 103 Play, Senior .................. ......... 1 05, 107 Poole, Mr. Russell ................................ 17 Porter. George ....................................,. 33 Problems of Democracy class ............ 63 Stetler, Adrian ,...,......,. Prowell, Sandra .....,............ ,,,, Publications Advisers Page 33 74 Record Keeping class ......,. ....... Rehm, Darhs .................... Renninger, lohn .............. Roadarmel, Mrs, Ruth ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,4. Robertson, Mr. David Rockey, Gloria .........,...... Rockey, Mr. Lester ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,.,,, Roksandic, Mr. Samuel Rothrock, Geraldine .......... ....... Rudy, Shelby ,,,,,,,.,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, ..,.,,, Sampson, Mr. Kenneth ,,,..,... .,,,,,, Saracena, Mrs. Clover ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, Scenery Club .........,.......,,.,, ,,,,,,, Schrack, Susan ........,,.,,, Schrack, William ......... Schue, Lila ............... Schwartz, Barry ................ Seip. Barry ........,................. .... Seventh Grade Officers ........, ,,.. Shaw, Carolme ...,,............... ....... Shawnee Staff .....,...,,. Sheaffer, Lois ............... Shearer, Saundra ........ Shop ..........,...........,............... ....... Shuler, Barbara ....................... .... Slayhaugh, Miss Blanche ......... .... Srneltz, Dr. lohn .................. .. ..... .. Smith, Iames ......... 67 33 33 17 13 33 17 17 33 37 17 17 79 33 33 33 34 34 54 34 75 34 34 64 34 18 18 34 Index Page Snell, Sandra ,.....,.......,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 3 4 Snyder, Mr. Clifford ........,,,,,,,,, .,,.,,,, 1 8 Sophomore Class Officers ....,. ..,,,.,, 4 3 Souders, Gary .,.,,..,,..,,..,..,., Spangler, lay ..................... Spanish Clubs .......,. Sparver, Mardee ........ Speakers Contest ....... Speese, Ronald ........... Spoonhour, Sarah ...... Springer, Beverly ....... Staff Photographers ....... Stage Crew V,...Y.,,V..........,.... Stage Crew luncheon ,..,.,. Stanton, Mrs. Eleanor ,...... Steiqerwalt, Udine ......... Stouffer, Earlene ........ Stouffer, Mardee ,..,..,,. Strauss, Russell ..... . Student Council ...... Sturgen, Olivia ...,.... Sutton, Mr. Roy ...... Sweetheart Swing ............. Times Staff ...,...,......,.,...,,.,. 34 34 80 35 61 35 35 35 75 79 68 18 35 35 35 35 35 77 35 18 101 74 Tinstman, Mrs. Willard ........ ......... 1 8 Track Squad .............,...,,..,, Tri Hi-Y ...................,...,,..,. Troup, Donna ...... Trout, lean ........ 120 76 36 36 Underclassmen, Underclassmen, Page Eighth Grade ................ 51-53 Freshmen ............ 47-49 Underclassmen, Iuniors ............. Underclassmen, Underclassmen, Twenty-one Clu 41-42 Seventh Grade .............. 55-57 Sophomores, ................. . 44-47 b ..................... Typing class ,,,,,,.,,,,,,. Vallecorse, Rog el' ........ Varsity Club ...,,,..,,,,,, Warren, Robert Weakley, Iames ,..,,.,,,,., Weaver, Mrs. Betty ...... Wells, Wendy .......,............ Whitcomb, Ronald ......,,.,..... White Christmas Formal ......... White, Iacquelyn ...........,...... White, Rosemary ,.,..,,,.,..., Who's Who .,........... Wilt, Charles ....,..,... Wilt, Miss Gloria ....... Wilt, Walter ......................... Wolfe, I ames ............................ 77 67 36 77 36 36 18 36 36 1.00 36 36 93 36 18 37 37 World Geography class ...................... 62 63 World History class .......,...................... Wrestling, senior matmen ,... . ....... 70, 100 Wrestling Squad ............,..... .......... 1 21 Zeigler, Joanne ....... Zitto, Mr. Iohn ......... 37 18 127 STORE HOURS om: N TU E3 DO Nor SQUANDER TIME Fon THAT IS THE STUFF LIFE IS MADE or ON ' STORE HOURS TUE OPEN W printed and bound by Walsworth Publishing Co., Inc. MARCELINE. Missoum ANNUALS OI-' DISTINCTION FOR OVER TWENTY YEARS l. G. Balfour Company Now Is The Time Known wherever there are Schools and Colleges Cl ' ' ' ' C0Inrnence1il1SeSnI51iiidt2a1Itiicim1?sirTSDiplomas M' Personal Cards - Club Insignia To See.. . Medals Sz Trophies Mr. W. G. Ross 120 S. 2nd Street 319 N. 2nd Street Phone: CE 8-5216 Wormleysburg, Pa. Harrisburg, Pa. Jewelry To The Class of '57 Agent for Student Protection Plan at N. C. Hi Phone: CE 4-0685 Play More Shenk 81 little Everything for Sport 313 Market St. HARRISBURG, PA. Phone: CE 4-3274 Live Longer West Shore Theater New Cumberland, Pa. 6 P.M. Shows Fri.-Sat. 8a Mon. 7 P.M. Shows Tues.-Wed. Sz Thur. ENSMINGER'S Second and Walnut Streets HARRISBURG, PA. Official Photographer for New Cumberland High School Making plans for the 1957 Shawnee, Miss Peters and Ruth Diehl work with the care- ful assistance of Mr. Ensminger. New Cumberland Tool and Die Co. Miller and Geary Ave. NEW CUMBERLAND, PENNA. GENERAL MACHINE AND REPAIR WORK Phone: CE 2-7314 CUTTING DIES A SPECIALTY L. B. SMITH ' FURD fi Lemoyne, Pa. Oldest Original Ford Dealer In v ' xiii' E ,IW H it Central Pennsylvania Phone: CE 4-7073 SHELLYS 6th Sz Bridge Streets New Cumberland, Pa. Dick Kennedy and Janice Failor greet friends at their favorite out each evening after school. ll Fashions for Men New Cumberland You Too Will Find It Pays To Drive To "Doc" Reiff's Bob Best has made his selection from one of "Doc's" sport shirts as shown to him by classmate and salesman Barry Seip. ALL FORMS OF INSURANCE AND BONDS Bachman-Knorr Insurance Agency 131 Chestnut Street HARRISBURG, PENNA. Phone: CE 3-6809 John S. Bachman J ack B. Knorr Gerald G. Shupp PLYWOOD and FLUSH DOORS STON E PLYWOOD CO. 110 Third Street New Cumberland, Pa. Phone: CE 2-5408 LET US PLAN YOUR TOUR Don'l be a square Get hot service for real cats at: 5 2 AEIELEE-F In K TRANSPURTATION CO. XX A ,N 7 7 ' C, 0 Donnell s Esso Service LEMOYNE PHONE: CE 4-3021 Bridge 8g Carol Sis. New Cumberland Congratulations to the Class of 1957 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 CNMUTTU t 800 ALLEN ST. NEW CUMBERLAND. PA. Norma Fogle finds it fun to purchase gro- ceries from classmate, Jo Ann Guistwhite. Guistwhite "Quality Groceries - Meats" Phone-Lewisberry 2643 N ewberrytown, Pa. V Jn. a1L HA. lpluua. The DeWalt Press Phone CE 3-7750 914 16th Street New Cumberland, Pa. A ES T HER HEMPT 308 Bridge St. New Cumberland, Pa. The Store of Fashion on the West Shore For the Woman and Junior Miss Faye Hughes and Olivia Sturgen admire the wonderful selection of jewelry shown to them by Mrs. Byron Mays, sales clerk. , W ll T'1 ' ,D a 1 e. Plastic, Steel P ' 2 Ceramic r W- axis . flv 307 Bridge Street Carpets New CUMBERLAND, PA. A aa fl lh Phone: CE 3-8780 Floors: Vinyl Owned and Operated 23315112 by . METZGER sl soN Lmoleum ,, RALPH 19 SELESER VICE MARKET ,JV 6. '14 X C One Half Mile South of New Cumberland SJ A OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY i fs' Y. A , Courteous Service f -...L ' 5 Ralph carries a full line of fresh and smoked meats, vegetables and produce. ii 21, Y 1 +77 Congratulations Class oi '57 May happiness and success attend you as you pursue your individual goals in the years ahead. CUMBERLAND G UNTY NATIONAL BANK AQ TRUST COM-PANY X -Q2 X A 41.'.,Tgp R N XR? nn A U.-.f -..-- .. ,,,, --5 4 - CC "T ,fs . as if C' C' Q A I I - t , ,H -1. . - 2 in-if fiipiglg Q Q 5-Lf ya ' Q M li iii ii i SEQ 333 5 G ".i..L.,- .hw 1 su: D q Lf L-n MWIIWmIIlumiunnumunu., .,, RU- A is -, 1 V J .lg ' X LEMOYNE ' NEW CUMBERLAND ' CAMP HILL Facilities at: The New Cumberland General Depot and The Mechanicsburg Naval Supply Depot A MEMBERQ ,FEDERAL RESERVE- SYSTEM and FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP ' 7 STEWART P RUTH 659 ASSOCIATE f f- 'J X I A 5 It . . W if Bulldlng Contractors T X Q I ' 110 Ninth Street New Cumberland, Pa. '2-154 I ,Z office CE 6-2672 . I f f J PAUL HARKISCDN Chevrolet Sales and Servlce CE 8 7268 Lemoyne CONGRATULATICNS GRADUATE We extend our best W1Sh6S for your cont1nued success When you turn back the pages of th1s year book we hope that you can mclude us 1n your pleasant memorles BRUNHOUSE DRUG STURE 321 Br1dge Street New Cumberland Pa . 1 f In 0 Camp Hill 3 , ,i , ti .- ,M .,,, , ggzaaaw ,. .lima .. ,,,,A ,,. ,, , ' 5 "1if"7-' ""' V 1 W dd' - 9 mg P91'S0U311Z9d Invitat- n St t- faiii5gfi i,a1 s12 10 S a 10ne1'Y e esaw -QQ, , W 525,13 .wvfjeagg g ig ':k1f':::5K: ,3f 3 :fggq 1' xg " is ' ' f' .fu e-if-rw-:qi-wa..-Q ' j fs f Front and Reno New Cumberland, Pa. 5554 ,svkffxv-egg . ' we H za, : ii :aaa-Q:fs:afx.,:,g,, :gli 'A 1 2- is 2 2' 'f tiz yrm iiiiheiziz x f ' , 155,31 1 5 aa, :ie ev -' ,2'EfEg' 12:11 '5'f'::.:efprfs:13i ra, X0 P - rwwzreliz-sr11 rw. , W iii- 1 5.55.21 - ei2.glf:i:gi? W " iii -'-" Y L - - xp - .-.-.-' T . : an - - V - .- ..-:""" ' ' .- 1-.1 Q .. 1 Q Martha Ettinger operates a new printing q gress under the careful guidance of Joseph OSS- . N . each one a precious portrait ,, hoppe , , , ' Graduation, First Communion, Confir- mation keep the memory of these great days fresh for years in portraits And be sure the portrait is worthy of the occasion Entrust its making to the skill and conscientious care of our Studio. Phone for appointment now Marion Papp Prop fi , A . - . . . . -u . 1 . . . Individual Hair Styling ' Permanent waving Green's Photo Studio, Inc. 37 South 13th Street 303 Bridge St. New Cumber1and,, Pa. Harrisburg, Pa. Phone CE 8-9277 CE 6-4056 I Barbara Houck and Charles Wilt purchase lunch-time snacks at Pooler's, a favorite spot for students. PooIer's Grocery Open Evenings 'QIIJB west ashore fflltmes CUMBERLAND COUNTY S LARGEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER Phone: CE 4-8561 805 Bridge p ff e. Fritz Motors, Inc Zfffuefil B ' t 5 Dodge and Plymouth Dealer E 'V,r I 7 1029 Market Street. 496444 Lemoyne, Pennsylvania S When you bring your U watch here, all iinished R repair work is subjected to a rigid scientific E check by the .7l!?Ef, Ma5fer Your watch "prints" its own record of perform- ance, a "proof" of accu- racy. Insist upon this protection on your watch investment. Guaranteed Watch Repairing B. Barbara Shuler and Georgann Holland d ' th f t f th D d Phone CE 6-5271 434 Market Street 2521552 iirotiifres 0 6 new 0 ge Lemoyne, Penna. BUTTURFF 652 CO Third and Bridge Streets Furniture Sz Carpet New Cumberland's Own Furniture Store Since 1882 Gloria Rockey and Betsy Lehmer en- joy the comfort of elegant furniture at Buttorff's. 1 5 92.9 SHEAFFER'S Television Sz Radio Installation Sales Sz Service ADMIRAL DUMONT EMERSON 12th Sz Bridge Streets New Cumberland, Pa. Phone CE 8-5612 To the Graduating Class ..... M. F. ROCKEY STORAGE CO. LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE MOVERS Agents Allied Van Lines New Cumberland, Pa. Lubrication Waxing IKES Esso Servlcecenter Third and Bosler Ave. LEMOYN E - PENNA. Phone: CE 3-9041 Congratulations I N C . fe at Manufacturers and Distributors Meats and Provisions Lemoyne, Pa. ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS Refrigerators - Ranges - Washers - Radios Standard Small Appliances Motor Repairing - Fixtures and Supplies R. B. Hobaugh 84 Son CService Since 19215 Phone CE 2-6223 211 S. Third St. - New Cumberland, Pa. The Hazel Keeley Shoppe Exclusive but not Expensive Pat Aubrey models an exquisite gown and Wistfully admires the lace and frills of another of Mrs. Keeley's beautiful formals. 1546 Bridge St. Phone: CE 3-0919 Thurs.-Sat. until 5:30 Open Eves. until 9 Jesse H. Stone FUNERAL HOME Air Conditioned 408 Third Street New Cumberland, Pa. Flowers . . C63 xf ' Corsages ' Plants - Bouquets f' Backenstoss Greenhouse for all occasions . . . Telephone: CE 8-2782 414 Bridge St. New Cumberland, Pa. Congratulations from: Brinton Bros. 315 Bridge Street New Cumberland, Penna. Plumbing and Heating TIME T0 v -X SEE Otto 81 Hollinger, Inc. Lumber - Millwork Building Supplies 408-18 Market Street Lemoyne, Pennsylvania Phone: Hbg. CE 8-9477 4 7 DAIRY, INC. Congratulauons to the Class of 1957 General Contractors New Homes Custom Bullt Homes 530 Park Avenue Phone CE 6 5670 New Cumberland Pa Alfredl Martin Llke your doctor your lawyer your msurance agent 1S the man to know and talk to 1n full confldence He s the man you or your fam1ly may need 1n an emer gency For 1nsurance need or Problem w1de agent Hes an 1nsurance expert and h1s bus1ness IS your securlty and pro tectlon ALFRED L MARTIN 101 Poplar Ave Phone CE 8 4894 New Cumberland Pa may we suggest you call yom' local Natio-15 Congratulations to the Class of 1957 BERG MANUFACTURING CGRP. AUTOMATIC ASSEMBLY MACHINES Automatic Assembly Machines Designed and Manufactured by Berg Manufacturing C p 4 George A. Zeiders and Son Heating, Plumbing 81 Sheet Metal Work Roofing, Roof Painting 8. Spouting Pumps 81 Pump Repairs R. D. 1 Lewisberry, Pa. Phone: Lewisberry 2349 Look to Armstrong for leadership in warm- air heating. A complete line - gas, oil and coal runNAcs Compnmv , ft- if 'e - Vffirq w L I .1 Rainbow Roller Skating Rink Carlisle Harrisburg Pike For Fun or Fund Phone PO 6-9961 Main Office and Quarry: CAMP HILL, PA., R.D. 1 Phone: RE 7-3411 Hempt Brothers Crushed Stone - Sand Transit Mixed Concrete Asphalt Paving Materials Street and Driveway Construction Excavation - Drainage Paving The Elkwood Companies, Inc. CENTRAL STATE DISTRIBUTORS 16th and Elm Streets New Cumberland, Pa. You'11 Enjoy Shopping at this new , Beautiful Ultra-Modern it . Q Acme Market Bridge 8z Fourth Streets . S BIG FOOD VALUES Vance R. Stouffer Real Estate 81 Insurance Ill 310 Bridge Street "" r New Cumberland Penna. xx .wig WWE liizag l . ly The Beetem lumber i f and Manufacturing Co. Campbells Lumber - Millwork l Builders Supplies BARBER SHOP Marietta Paints Service By Appointment LEMOYNE, PA. Ph01'18Z CE 8-6761 2? CARLISLENPA. Phone: 3 823 Bridge Street Phone: CE 3-1277 4 Sales Service ZENITH TELEIVISION . RUMBERGERS APPLIANCE Factory Trained Service Plumbing-Wiring-Carpenter work Judy Lantz and Don Mills have selected the grad- uation gift all seniors want, a personal-sized TV Phone CE 3' 6026 set. 301 Bridge St. New Cumberland KRAFT BRUTHERS SERVICE STATION GAS-OIL-LUBRICATION Complete Tire Service Phone CE 3- 9188 81h and Bridge Sis. New Cumberland, Pa. HARRISBURG DAIRIES "Most Honored Milk" 20th and Herr Streets Phone CE 4-1181 - Rabena's Wardrobe Service Dry Cleaning Done on our Premises 427 Bridge Street New Cumberland, Pa. Phone CE 3-3222 ' Member National Institute of Dry Cleaning .Pick up 81 Delivery .Storage .Shoe Repairing .Tailoring 1 Hour Shirt Service 1 Hour Cleaning No Extra Charge x i H eg 9 1 7 5 S? if MUSSELMAN , S ' FUNERAL ra, 'aff Qu' gf HOME QQ NNE ' A I Lemoyne, Pa. Harrisburg Bottling Works, Inc. I Ai X reg' X 17th 8: Holly Streets Phone CE 4-4151 Harrisburg, Pennsylvania Arthur l. Shaffer Quality Home Dressed Meats Q'-E59 N J' 'li' f Phone Lewisberry, 2781 New Cumberland R. D. 1, Pa. West Shore Plaza SHOP WHERE YOU CAN PARK Open Every Day and Every Night 'Till 9:00 l 1 5affW' The Best ICE In Town CREAM For a Treat or Snack, Visit Our New Dairy Bar and Self-Service Store 2008 Paxton Street Harrisburg, Pa. ,S l xi? S" f Q2 S, -61 ' , Fox-Eichelberger Post 7415 VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS New Cumberland, Pa. 1-- - Store's first sh0Wi"g -' ,.-:-ikfi, a xx fuvw "'5'4e1 gg fiffiw' sf Newest St les 1 ,Q N Q33 I4 '--4' Created WQM1-.e, qln, , ly by I W I styhsts who I won jewelry's iamonds I u s A. vi X ,ll L ewes.1Kgo ca . x I wp I award . D . . yN 1 .-Q 'fn .-e l X 15 X ' 57 ff he f N214 15 V X-55? f' lt es. N 51 -XJ? :W 3 1 5' ,I B N51 Q f y W . A. Glamour "L" ll N 221 l 4 ld S9 l 2diam0ndS. 3100.00 mmm. B. Wisp 22Jewels. 5-Fet ewatch, 575.00 H lt 's fashion-leading tyles b superbbea ty d depdblpf tbgyou in it 1 n i 1 e Wat ft a shp GEORGE HASKO Watchmaker and Jeweler 215 Third St. Phone: CE 6-0534 Jewelry Repair - Engraving Costume Jewelry J. K. Kipp and Son, Inc. Real Estate - Rentals - Insurance Automobile Insurance Phone CE 8-7155 1418-1422 Third Street Harrisburg, Pa. HartzelI's Gulf Service Station Pick-Up Service Phone CE-39937 New Cumberland Pa Ninth and Bridge Streets 1 1 , E H SPOONHOUR 928 Sixteenth St. Building Contractor Phone CE 3-0537 New Cumberland Penna. SANDNES' SONS New Cumberland, Pa. ROPE AND WIRE ROPE PRODUCTS WISE ELECTRIC Electrical Contracting A Newberry Town Ke1v1nator Apphances Phone Lewisberry 3478 I X andlq CUT RATE 206 3rd Street New Cumberland G. E. Air Conditioned 9fWhitman Candies iBuxton Wallets 5Parker and Esterbrook Pens 5 Tons Of Toys Names Lett 24 Hr. PHOTO SERVICE DOLLY MADISON ICE CREAM Doretta Mock buys the latest issues of magazines from "Gil" Beckley , Hjackv Hobart Mrs. Joseph Devine at B and H Cut Rate. FREYSINGER PONTIAC INC. 1537 Bridge St. New Cumberland, Penna. Clare Davis and Ray Eichelberger are eager to drive the 1957 Pontiac pink Convertible. Specializing in Floral Designs PEALER8 mower Phone: Harrisburg RE 7-4507 Camp Hill, Penna. I ,XELEGRAPII . F' Op I Z ,ir r, , . 91 1 Iowi-rm ' de - 4-, For that special date, Raymond Johns Presents Delores Gardiner with a White Orchid by Pealer's. 4 KRINER'S VARIETY CENTER 3rd 8z Bridge Streets Your Authorized Du Pont Dealer on the West Shore Phone CE 2-9184 Geraldlne Rothrock and Earlene Stouffer are amazed at the large selectlon of palnts on d1splay at Krmer s Myers Oldsmobile West Shore Sales 84 Service, Inc Automoblle C0 , Inc L emoyne Pa West End of Market Street Brldge Telephone Cgdar 8 7293 Lemoyne Pa Phone CEdar 8 7255 . . . . , 529515525252 Iiiffifffiif1225122EIEIEI22215123325221522:5:121515222522IZIEIEI212:55:I:2:2:1:2:1:1:1:2S1S2S2E1EIS2E1E1E:5:2:3:5:1:1:1:IEIEIEIEIEIEIEIEIEIEIEIE121513211:1:252212221222121EISI222221522IiiirizfzfzfzgzgzgzgzlzfiizliIE1SIE252225:5:f:2:1:2:IS1E1SiEfS1E2E555: -j:1:1:i , 3:5g:5:fc?:?i2:3:f ' ':3 . :5:E3:T!7f1l!'T5C325 55: i:3:l!3:3F:3!fff1f1 fif EEIEIEIEEIZSEIEIESE . , 3f3 flffffffffffffffffff E55 ' - - fi E!E5EiE5E5E5EE5E3E5E5E ' E55 595EfE5E5Ef25EE5ZfE5EfE . - ' 255 840 Market Street Sales Studebaker SQFVICG gg '5E5iEfEfS5fffS5E55fE1 E52 Ef!2E2E1SEfi2EIEfS2E ' ' ' 221 - - 555 .,..... ...... .......,. .... ., ,.,.,.s.s.s ' .. .......,,.. .,..,,.,,, .....l.... ....., . , . .... Business Equipment James A. Croke Company 121 South Second Street Harrisburg, Pennsylvania g y y West Shore Heating Company, Inc. Serving The Greater West Shore Since 1900 Foon MARKET J. W. Wright DELIVERY SERVICE l W 4 Third Street Phone: CE 3-7835 gf " -"-' New Cumberland, Pa. Avg' W ' XX it 5: X ' az 9 ., f aa - 9 5 ff? 'fa eg 23 'VV' ,, Q,-52 A xx? X 035139 -311 iw. A ff' ' GROCERY STORE I Specialty Imported Cheese and Spaghetti y can uslrooln-wr An: Youn . Mary Herr's Kindergarten Lower Allen Fire Hall Camp Hill, Penna. Phone PO 6-6440 vim, 5 Stokes Farm Hotel R. D. 3 Harrisburg, Pa. i FINE FOODS i 11. .. i" iiii is TEN FOR BOWLING I I - Yi l BRUNSWICK W CENTENNIAL AT LANES Ziohn R. Negley, Ir., Inc. C ITS BEST VISIT West Shore Bowling Center CEdar 3-9215 Plastering 651 Market Street Lemoyne, Pa. A Crear 316 Bridge St.7 GREEN BERG'S West Shore's Family Clothing Outfitters I Free Parking Open Daily From 9 to 9 New Cumberland Pa Joan and Joanne Miller have no troubles in selecting matching pairs of shoes at Greenberg s fo schooltime wear Shaull Equipment and Supply Co LEMOYNE PENNSYLVANIA Telephone Harrisburg CE 8 9411 Free Estimates Phone CE 4-8815 314 Bridge Street f A ghes Mary Freet, Cathy Ditlow and Sue Schrack milk atLunch time along with the boys behind Ioe James Rick Lambert and Herb Hoffmeier. Z .54 5 '1 1 .,5 - ,SE .JA ,qi . wif' wi -.Uri J, '14 Jag, 1 , . Ll V. W .- Lzg Ui 1 .W : .hm


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