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

 - Class of 1958

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Y . , 1 QS, 8 Z L5 Mae l06LtA WALCA Lack vw Aram Me omcerfain fx f Y E 5 Mm 1958 'L 2 fu egzfnning fo afreanfw e presented by The Senior Class New Cumberland High School New Cumberland, Pennsylvania l f' A x l C! A ef Z 4' E 'ti We ali! k lkciI f"r5g .f-""'- Editor-Martha Altland ' Bus, Mgr.-Paul Burkhart Advisers-A. Naomi Peters Artist-Nancy Wigfield r Mary B, Hendriksma 1 app? fm! 5 in lfzafowe grin? eawzfufe am va P ! , f 5 Ad LUVLQC? i6V5 . . .15-9,4 - . .s-:lv "' V- " H .'r5"'l?:-curl' tx L 3. qu 1 ..,,,,,mh4.,.m 4 A 1. L Q . J .'r't"' gpg Q is ,Q . P 5-.54 , H' ' ' W I 1. ' . 'l"04 ' -' -., 1, .. :yt V 'V A- .'- . .fl M . '1 D 'w..,,,,,.- . r' v, v,, '-, -4- ml 3 U 'H srlegwtgnt f-V -wi -tug JH A ' :-at .. s t -5. r . . Wyse at - a -, f . A- l W--me to '.??,5 sv .1 . 'Q' vu : W" ' HR. , ij-,jiri N 'N 1 ln, ' 5 t . -', -.- y " ' 7 -ff .5..lt'-1' ' .ww M '1'l -'f ,-.vQ:. 9' -1 ',' ,"" M V ., HF! ' 'R--' ' iff." lk ' "..4Q'5lf hm 1-" 'il' . . me - Z?-z. 2 Ami. --,IA,J:1,'.-' QF' I f. rf' ,f ' .TZ 1' 'G' 1 . ,bp A 5.r,.V4..,., ,M ' H X '- ':-.- if V '- . ' v . f'l ,I I .wif 'Lv It-" -'vs'-' l ,. . ' " '7' . 4.5 '-,r'ff1.' . ' so .Gtr . .rf..-' dug-1: . .. 'AU -t . In times past . . . Indian mocassins made trails along these walers and named them SHAWNEE. Today Shawnee Waters have become the Yellow Breeches Creek where students swirn, boat and fish. Show- neetown, on the site ot present-day New Cumber- land, was established as a trading pos' in l688. Q iz Q2 it" A ,, ul' ft. fo lfA0:5Q LU 0 DUULKL fAIf'0lfLg Q 5 Edlftlfy. :x1g,.,g 1 WW. ...H . 'vn- K- A. I-,, -..X t,,,, , ,,..-.- ' ,..,w,, f ,ft ,+P K M..- M w,,.f+wW M 'av 1 i . 4 j ,QM-M xg hs. Located across the usually placid Susquehanna from Harris Ferry, now Harrisburg, capital of Pennsyl- vania, the station became a cross-roads for travelers south and west, From this early settlement has grown a prosperous suburban community of 8,ZOO, the third largest town in Cumberland County. g.3t"'s UAOMQA Mm 514000 Couem Me wad, ffm l06LfA id Alf!!! M, - Winter white . A . covers campus scars which are now only mem- aries as the new wing with a bus-loading area and parking re- places one time a play space. .fm 94" X -N in 'fri ,swf i - ' FW- f e S ANN- ' . X, ' open Ar tA0f58 w 0 5824 Anowdafge of FOREWORD During our four years in high school we have traveled familiar paths- well-lighted and plainly marked. Shawnee takes you along these paths- perhaps for a long, last look as the class of '58 approaches the final lustrous guidepost. Or perhaps it's for a brief casual glance as the underclassmen have time aplently before they reach the main highway. No matter-let Timmy Tiger be your guide. Just follow the signs on Shawnee's de luxe tour of the scenes, events, people and activities in a busy year at New Cumberland High School. The Editors CONTENTS Page Locale .c.,.... ...,. l Dedication ...s.... 7 Administration l0 Faculty ,....,.... I2 Seniors .............. 20 Underclassmen 40 Classes ,c.c....,... 62 Activities .- 74 Features .c...c 90 Athletics ,..... ..... l l2 Advertisers ,.,. ..... l 30 ' 'aw Zi Qu fy' tr fl 'J T'N 0' . 1 ll- 5 -4 Q ig 'i 'i ln. f J iw Y ,LVM ,X ...La ' 5 lflfdyii 6LlfL6! Ay-Wdgd lfbii fo fAQ 10715 C! :5CAOO! s x X x " y f K l , x fi l' T f 'l am K - '1 7 Q- f U ! I Q. ,X X ' 'ggikglgf - ll 1 1 v 4 N U if Energy minus . . . a place to sprawl is found in NC's parking lot as these boys take a siesta. Above, left to right are: Carl Weltmer, Rick Mailey, Joe James, Mike Steger, Brandt Cook, Vance Rudy, Keith Rockey, Ron Miller and Joe Keating. Senior Cyclists . , , enjoy a Phys. Ed class in the open air, Below, are, left to right: Dottie Snyder, Lor- ayne Cullen, Mardee Altland, Nancy Quigley, Shirley Vaughn, Mrs, Lee Krout, Patty Miller, Diane Bowles and Joyce Benedict. Q1 "9 'S' who Q' Mn! - fr 6 Q 9 sibecbcafion fe, i ,., 'W""""'1-rx Take a pair of lively dark eyes and add that dis- tinctively-stylish hair-do . 4 4 mix with a direct man- ner of speaking , , . add the pep and enthusiasm she instills in all her Tigerettes . . . shake well with her gay laugh , , . blend with her constant friendship to us . , . measure the many hours she spends in sup- porting our activities . 4 4 combine understanding and fair play . 4 4 follow directions carefully to Mrs. Mary "Delo" Paolone to whom we dedicate SHAWNEE tor l9584 ' lx S Til! livin jimi? 3215 Knowledge iS the hill which few may wish to climb: duty is the path all may tread. ?wfWf T . X JL N 2 'Ill WV A11 rgricdf c'1fiic,c2 podfd MAIN? our lO6LfA, cw 4100010 .kc ir Joint School Committee , . . comprised of Board members representing Fairview Township, Lewisberry, Colds- boro, Newberry Township, and New Cumberland is responsible for the operation of grades 7 through l2. Pic- tured above, around the tables, left to right: Mrs, Elsie Wise, Reverend Charles Klinger, Mr, Wayne Beshore. Mr, H, K. Beinhower, Mr, Russell B, Updegraff, Attorney, Mrs, Mary Glenn, Mr, S. P, Bomgardner, Mr. Paul Cuyer, Reverend D, F. lvlowrey, Mrs, Geraldine Cook, Mr, Charles Ciemmill, Mr, Frank Kerlin, Mr, Newton Bair, Mr, Cary Huntsberger, Mr, Norman Basehore. Center, left to right: Mr, Joseph Wise, Mr, Harry Killick, Mr, Gilbert Beckley, Mr, George Cracey, Mr, Miles Brubaker. lin, ' l va ri: R I 0 , Commander in Chief . . . skillfully directs the school in the New Cumberland Joint School Sys- tem, Through all his years of toil, loyal service and multitudinous tasks, he has striven to give the school the best staff and facilities possible. His farsighted administration has instituted many familiar phases of curricular and extracurricular activities. 10 MR. CHARLES GEMMILL Associate Superintendent 3 ,Oro Ulf e comgrfadd aww! we! egzfiqoloe Agigfigg X MR. S. P. BOMGARDNER Principal x A WORTHY EXAMPLE . , , since l925, Mr. Bomgardner has devoted considerable time to curriculum and student schedules. l-lis duties d ' ' ' were ma e more complicated with the increasing student body, The completion of the new wing furnished addi- tional problems with the moving of the Sth grade into the building. 'thaw MR. JOHN JOHNSON Assistant Principal GUIDANCE DIRECTOR , , , Mr, Johnson finds his hours filled with student attendance and disciplinary problems. As guid- ance instructor he interviews all seniors and coordinates the testing program for job placement as well as college entrance. As adviser to the student council he directs student government. MR. DAVID ROBERTSON Elementary Principal AMIABLE SUPERVISOR . . . pilots the faculty and pupils of three separate elementary schools in New Cumberland. This busy schedule means frequent visits to all classrooms and super- vision of 43 teachers. The growing population of New Cumber- land necessitates construction of a new elementary building to house more than SOO pupils now under his supervision. en ffm N it 59 ll 5,,,nli Walter S. Bailets Shippensburg S T C, B.S. Mathematics. Anne M. Blecker Lebanon Valley College, B.A. World history, Spanish . . Spanish club. Richard E. Bowen West Chester S T C, B.S. Fifth Street head teacher . . . health and phys. ed. Gerald S. Brinton University of Maryland, M.A. American history . . . National Honor Society . . . History club. Donald Cornish Bucknell University, M. Ed. American history. 12 lu bifida we!-frainec! feacAer5 wlzo cleuofe Km? onm fo MCMA? g W 'Q' v . R' x i it Edith H. David Millersville S T C, B.S. English . . . Tri-H-Y. Robert L. Deck Temple, M Ed. Business Edu- cation head . . . commercial studies . . . central treasury. Miriam B. Decker Shippensburg S T C, B.S., B.A. Jr. High English. Dorothy Denison Pennsylvania State University, B.A. General math, algebra. Dorothy M. Dunkleberger Mt. Sinai School of Nursing, ,. R,N. School nurse . . . Future , nurses' club. " ll' AN' if z 95' mloerffioing C awworg, afliilficj, ac lui iw, 0- 4' Kathleen A. Earles Office secretary. Robert Edwards East Stroudsburg, B.S. Driver education . . . Journalism . . . TIMES adviser . . . senior play. Jesse W. Elicker Millersville S T C, B.S. Shop . . . Scenery crew. Earl J. Follett California S T C, B.S. Industrial arts, mechanical drawing. Ruth Foor William and Mary, B.S. Eng- lish . , . Red Cross Council. ir . M t 'si Q X - f fi , if e- if Q 4.1.1 S sfw ...ifL 4 ,,g-,im wk gf gr .sf-3.31Twio z -' -iff? aa:-'-r iv . 'wfiigji - - Wi A 2 'ass I9 8 6 L 4 f ,S . New Xu! Elias? V . 1 as x er ,K Y as gif? we is J J i iw. -X x J!- ,Y x 5 s 4 'T iii' I 3 ep - is 'itilffii E Lawrence M. Carman Shippensburg S T C, B.S, Biol- ogy, history . . . track. Clara Jane Goodwin Indiana S T C, B. S. Home Ec., history, science . . . home ec. club. John H. Goodyear Elizabethtown, BA. English. George M. Crimshaw Edinborough S T C, BS. Art education. 1 " 1 fi nA,lS!.f I I 0' . af, ,. 1,,,. ' - 1,1 1 1 J:-"e Vp ' L' -.go ' Mary B, Hendriksma Temple University, M. Ed. Guidance counselor , . . TIMES . . . SHAWNEE business adviser. -.I ' I f ff., f -- If Q X ' .1 ' - ffl- 4 ' ' A 1 ' 1 '71, x ,J f ' A I ' Qi-fi 'f f 1 - , 4. 13 .-r , ., cwoifwilfr ilfzferwf Luigi new meflaoafg forofeclfd, cferficw Michael Homick Bloomsburg S T C, BS Civics . , . Jr. Historians Club. Carole C. Koons Kutztown S T C, B.S. Librarian . . . Library Club. Lee H. Krout Syracuse University, B.S. Health and Phys. Ed .,., Intramurals, Ramona A. Lebo Indiana S T C, B,S. Music Ed. , . . Jr. high chorus . . . Girls' and mixed chorus . . , vocal ensembles, 5 Merle Leibensperger Ursinus College, BA. Latin, English . . . Jr, Classical League, 'EAW SM, Q l 3 A esp if Q-+A kv rv! is-p. ,5' X .4 W 1- yah 'S 55.943 i ly AQ, Q..- x 'x Robert H. Lisse West Chester S T C, B.S. Mathematics . . . 7th Street head teacher. Harry Manning Penn State University, B.S. En- gineering, Plane Geometry, Al- gebra ll. Thelma L. Marks Marshall College, BA. French, English . , . Le Cercle Francais l-lildegard Mertz Mansfield S T C. B.S. Gen. Homemaking . . . Red Cross Council. Robert Karl Miller West Chester S T C, B.S. Geog- raphy and history , . . Wrest- ling coach. ilu av 198 J ' omring ca vice, reawurcance, yorozije fo af 'FX' ." ALR iam Robert Kent Miller Shippensburg S T C, B.S. Typ- ing, General Business . . . Bas- ketball coach. Mary D. Palone University of Pittsburgh, B.S. Girls' health and physical edu- cation , . . intramurals . . . cheerleader adviser. Frank W. Paul F. and M., A.B. Junior high guidance counselor. Fred M, Peiffer Juniata College, B.S. American and world history . , . "Zi" club . . . baseball coach , . . faculty manager of athletics, Louise H. Perry Wittenberg College, A.B., English. ws. t 2 32 ff Q:-' f S- . . EQ ,rrs 3' X s t xt Q WG' ,. . . S fi t 'I gf , l ry..-.-. . 'fl' If Y 'A A. Naomi Peters Columbia University, M.A. Problems of democracy and world history . . . SHAWNEE adviser . . . junior class play . , . class day production. Russell P. Poole West Chester S T C, B.S. Boys' health and physical education . . . assistant football coach. Vonne D. Raymond University of Connecticut, B.A. English . , . library club. Joseph T. Renaldi Western Maryland, B.A. Prob- lems of democracy and civics . . . head football coach. Jack lvl. Repert studies Lebannon Valley, BA. Social X, txt. Q8 - u. Q 6gfaL65!Li1fL? C araclfelg lorinciyokd, iofead Ruth M. Roadarmel Pennsylvania State University, B.A. Office practice and short- hand, typing . . , steno club. Lester R. Rockey Texas College of Arts and ln- dustries, B.S. General science, driver education . . . J. V. bas- ketball coach , . . intramurals. Audrey K. Roksandic Elizabethtown College, M. Ed. Business English . , . general business . . . typewriting . . . tri-hi-y. Samuel Roksandic Shippensburg S T C, B.S. Geography. Kenneth L, Sampson Pennsylvania State University, M, Ed. Music director . . . band . . . orchestra . . . dance band. jddflfgy Ax 5 ' 'Vt l . 7? s 5 my .rt 'i Q ' I l X gi I Q 4.23 A.. if. I. . 'wa t . '3- 65' If N. 4... :va L E? 1 ' fb' v-na.. S s I4 4521? wi? ka. W' w 1 . 3 r 5':"fiif5'5irF' X . -.ii .35-,.'a, I 4 L Z l Blanche E. Siaybaugh Columbia University, M.A. Eng- lish head. John R. Smeltz Pennsylvania State University, D. Ed. Mathematics and phys- ics . . . photo club . . , stage crew . . . director of audio- visual education. Cifford Snyder Pennsylvania State University, B.S. Mathematics. Eleanor P. Stanton Kutzstown S T C, B.A. Art supervisor . . . commercial art club. William Steele Shippensburg S T C, B.S. Sci- ence and mathematics. J Patricia A. Stevenson Cross City College, B.S. Temple University Ed. M. Science and mathematics. x um Roy G utt X Shi i g C : " hem- istry . gsi' 'It e ll 1 O E X 04 Willard L. Tintsman Ohio State University, B.S. Home economics. Janet O. Treder Wilson College, A.B. and history. English Marjorie Walters Office secretary, eueiloing JLZK5, !LaAiLL5!2oL1fLc!0Lfi01fL5 Ar zfaflfwe eam 7958 fm".-. . - E'az'fs.s5'4' . , , A :, . . .- V 1. f t- - 'R f Ae: ,M J H ,f f 'liiii 1 Betty S. Weaver Indiana S T C, B.S. English. 5 73 Mary Wildeman Indiana S T C, B.S. Geography and English. Gloria M. Wilt Office secretary. Lorraine Wolfe Oregon State, B.S. Science education. John A. Zitto Lock Haven S T C, B.S. Health and physical education . . . hi-y . . . intramurals. 17 The world, the long brown path before me, leads wherever el choose. N I 0 -o- mmaummw wic or 0LlfLLZ0lfi0lfLf5 rece nize our Aa em ware! WWWQV5 0 N9 -5- CN 'l . 1,1 t -l , , 9 SHAWNEE congratulates , , . top winners of the awards for l9S8, Heading the list, Diane Bowles wins triple honors with the Senior Civic Club award for excellence in English, the Veterans of Foreign Wars prize for the girl outstanding in mathematics, and a Gold Key for Journalistic achievement. Double awards go to five students: Mardee Altland wins the American Legion Auxiliary prize for outstand- ing citizenship and the Gold Key for Journalism. Paul Burkhart cops prizes from the American Chemical Society for excellence in Chemistry and from the West Shore Choral Society for excellence in Vocal Music. Clark Donley wins two awards for excellence in Science, the Bausch and Lomb award and the Junior Civic Club first prize, To Carleton Garrett goes prizes from the Lions Club for the boy with the highest scholastic average and from the Veterans of Foreign Wars for mathematics. Judy Robertson wins the Senior Civic Club prize for excellence in public speaking and a Gold Key for Journalism. Single prize winners are: Donald Phillips from the Chartier Club for the boy outstanding in art, Nancy Wig- field from the Senior Civic Club for excellence in art, Patty Miller from the DAR for citizenship, Mary Gladfelter from the Class of i952 for excellence in foreign languagesg Sandra Mansberger from the Pan- hellenic Society for scholastic improvement, Gretchen Wright, Nancy Newcomer, and Grace Reilly receive Cold Keys for Journalistic achievementg Brandt Cook from the Junior Chamber of Commerce as the outstanding athlete, Nancy Coble from Nationwide Insurance for excellence in Business Educa- tion, Nancy Handshaw from Soroptimist International for the girl interested in Elementary teachingg Melvin Zimmerman, the John Philip Sousa Band award for lnstrumental musicg Jerry Brackbill, second prize from the Junior Civic Club for excellence in Science, Suzanne Weigle, first prize, and Wanda Shive, second prize from the Secondary Teachers Association for excellence in Business Education, Row onei Martha Altland, Diane Bowles, Jerry Brackbill, Paul Burkhart, Nancy Coble. Row two: Brandt Cook, Clark Donley, Carleton Garrett, Mary Gladfelter, Nancy l-landshaw. Row three: Sandra Mans- berger, Patricia Miller, Nancy Newcomer, Donald Phillips, Grace Reilly. Row four: Judy Robertson, Wancln Shive, Suzanne Weigle, Nancy Wigfield, Gretchen Wright. Row fivei Melvin Zimmerman. Cum Ofawcfe .xg cAecL on Meir aaa emic ac ieuememf proved grczfi ying 2 M f i g if i, iwmg- - . mg M 'xg kv N, S i 5 Mfr? , 555, K ei' Xl is me Q " 11 M ' ff Ula- eh c .S at First Honors . . . go to these seniors who attain an average ot 90 or above during their four years in high school. Pictured above, row one: Diane Bowles, Jerry Brackbill, Paul Burkhart, William Claar. Row two: Diane Dix, Clark Donley, Carleton Garrett, Mary Gladtelter. Row three: Nancy Handshaw, Fred Kremkau, Doris Meas, Patricia Miller, Row four: Homer Moore, Nancy Newcomer, Sondra Prosser, Judy Robertson. Row five: Charles Ruoft, Mary Sockman. Cretchen.Wright, Melvin Zimmerman. OZlfazcA1r5!zL7o Z5 noi facging 'Sv Behind the scenes . . . in senior activities. The patient advice and encouragement of these advisers account for the success of parties, banquets and assemblies. Left to right: Mr. Kenneth Sampson, Mrs. Eleanor Stanton, Mr, Ray Sutton, Dr. John Smeltz and Mr. Earl Follett review the program of graduation activities as a final service to the class of '58. Throughout the year their experience and knowledge are valued by students in the preparation of each event. Class officers , . . victorious magazine cam- paign, a successful play and an enjoyable assembly are only a few of the countless senior activities headed by Louis Winter- myer, Treasurer, Chad Ruoff, Vice-President, Carleton Garrett, President, and Nancy Sue Wigfield, Secretary. As class leaders, these students spend busy hours in cooperation with advisers and classmates as the year's activities progress. The class banquet, grad- uation ceremonies and commencement party are a brilliant end to their term of office. L L OFFKE ' -!.. 'U E Q K xg, ,,e,34,: ,X A .,M , N 5 , ,W 'W ' 'A ,. M W qv MW f " 1 f, W 5 .Mm W .yi xx W'XQ ' :.55Wf Z ' f wewmvif? A 5 ggi, 4 t N 4 .2- QQ? if 365, Llntfalrurpls ijltqlyzgigho ,. IZ, flhegiral horu , t, .1 V Lk-2 ' 'tin b ow can we ever orgef ffm exczffemenf Ann H. Alexander Academic 4 Intramurals I, 2, 35 Zl club 3, 4, library club 2, 3, 4, tri- hi-y 3, 4, latin club I, 23 SHAWNEE 4 , , . genius at making up dance routines . . . flutterbug on stage . . , keen for excitement , . , enjoys ice skating . . . eager for 4 good time . , . crazy sense otlrumor . . ,ILM ryeAf1urse,Nr,li,l' f V fx ,I fy i X 4' Ny., J Vw' ,I , INR - ' If if fy." if 1 -V 1' JL 'I . O' M t Jane' lltla 9642 IL' Qing. ,y riy, ,Hi st, 2 3 3 4,la 'lglxjlosal 4 Qtrp wa. J., f ,l t ff , gc on - bend 'clugf' s ntfgij cl! 3, ,ii 4: s JS AW ,E B., if is. J f ri Q Mft H I edit in- ie ,,.lI mf c I omlyisw ethe rtyuee ' y O h r or 3,'-.Eng I f 'tmier balleltg-i E meo i dimples . . .k rgical 'hu se. George Atkinson General Intramurals I, 2, wrestling 4 . . , . his plymouth on a new market by-way . . . once a juvenile terror . , , now wears a halo loosely . , . parked beside a gas pump . . . who wrote that crazy history book? . , . a hunter and fisherman on trail . . , those b-i-g brown eyes . . . navy bound. Fred Charles Babbitt General Intramurals I, 25 wrestling 4 . , . eating at O'Briens . . . parks a babbitt original on park avenue . , . absent monday through friday , . , otherwise a study hall expert . . , express diner . . . interested in under- classmen . . . money mad . . . a future sailor. Judy Backenstoss Academic Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, band front I, 2, acrobatic twirler 3. 4, latin club I, 2, library club I, 2, 3, 4, tri-hi-y 3, 4, play production 3 . , . blushing blond . . , talented contortionist . . . redleg rooter . . . nc's flower girl . . . top twirler . , . impatient with slow drivers . . . punch and iudy . . . medical assistant, 24 he we s X. if , I . S as TC? its X , 5 f 3 ,, I , 'Y ts gi 61 2, ik 1 1 .Ft as' 1 I I wit .xt 't i " +i" t1543-i aw r .am 4,-Qi., of ffm 5e1fL1f0r Daniel Bair Academic Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, spanish club 2, scenery crew I, 2. 3. 43 hi-y 3, 45 wrestling 3, 4 . . . little mr, atlas , . , mark trail with B trained monkeys , . . let me sleep a little longer . . . the voice . . . goes for hot '49 fords . . . avid eater . . , future obscure. Dennis Bair General Mixed chorus 33 boys' chorus 3, track 4, spanish club 3 . . , likes a cool running ford and hot running olds . . . daily car washes . , . a and p employee , , . always a chauffeur . . . tall and artistic . . . headed for the wild blue yonder. Warren B. Baker General Track Ig wrestling 3, 4 . . . favors girls with the initials s. h .... wild about cars and peanutbutter sandwiches . . . hates to argue . . . but what a talker . , . map maker supreme . . . experienced wrestler . . . visit him down on the farm. ' 1 Joyce T, Benedict Academic Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4g"Iat,in club I, 23 spanish club 3, I tfljhi-y S, 4, library cIub12, . 4gxgolorgUard 2, 3, 43 mixbd chorus 3. 4? girls' chorps 2, 3, 4, SHAWNEE 3, 43 play pro- duction 3. 4 . . . a rube at heart . , ..pizza Kldict . . , y pool clirter members. , , in sympatlw-,mwith bop, slop, cha- lyspo . , . fliapperette , . , loves toirnarch, nb?-turn cprners . . . crazy 'guard , . . medical secretqy. i Y Hattie Berkheimer Business Intramurals I, 2, 3, -Ig girls' chorus 2, 3, 4, mixed chorus 2. 3, 43 steno club 43 latin club I . . . motorcycles fascinate her . , . drag races . . . basketball experiences . . . jitterbugging to a bop record . . . those short boys . , . key punch operator. P 'r 6 1. X J s I 4. it or WML ja!! ana! Aid frame mon ew in cw:5emAQ Janet M. Bishop Business Intramurals 2, 3, 43 steno club 43 play production 4 . . . shin- ing black locks . . . an assem- bly extra . . . a G p customer . . . a turntable of pop records , , . a pizza eater? . . . a sec- retary . . . demure . . . sincere . . . dependable worker . . . cafeteria assistant, Charles W. Blazer General Tinkers with hot rods . . . hunter supreme . . . fancies food-lots of it . . . texaco's tower of power . . . a hunting he must go . . . stocky . . . study hall assistant . . , loves to operate the projector . . . mechanic. Cynthia A, Bock Business Mixed chorus 2, 3, 43 girls' chorus 2, 3, 43 naturals 23 tri- hi-y 3, 43 red cross council 2, 33 steno club 43 spanish club 3, 43 play production 3 . . . oh those johnny mathis records . . . who's behind the soda foun- tain . . , want a buy a pair of shoes? . . . perfect complex- ion . , . a sly pixie laughing at the world . . . english educa- tion . . . a future WAF. Glenn Bostdorf Business Band l, 2, 3, 4 . . . bowmans' stockboy . . . maestro on drums . . . have car will travel . . . underclass girls . . . a crazy cartoonist . . . shiny white bucks on muddy memorial field . . . rumble of drums after a cheer . . . off to the air force. Bonnie E. Bowers Business Intramurals l, 2, 33 twirler 2, 3, 43 red cross council 3, 43 tri-hi-y 3, 43 steno club 43 SHAWNEE 43 play production 3, 4 . . , saturday night dances . . . miniature golf enthusiast . . . the twirl of a baton . . . aversion to three minute speeches . . . and early morn- ing band practices . . . future bank clerk. 798 3 f 2 if if if 3 Skis Larry O. Bowers Academic Intramurals l, 2, 33 spanish club 2, 33 latin club li red cross council 2, 3, 4 . . . that quiet, dry wit . . . acme is his hangout . . . one of the boys . , . grins from ear to ear . . . lost without rudy . . . moon- shine maker . . . lipstick smears . . . avoids weepy girls . . . world traveler. Diane E. Bowles Academic Intramurals l, 2, 3, 43 girls' chorus 2, 3, 43 mixed chorus 3, 43 national honor society 3, 43 student council 43 latin club l, 23 tri-hi-y 3, 43 little indian l, 2, 3, 43 TIMES 3, 43 co- editor 43 SHAWNEE 3, 43 cor- respondents club 3, 43 play production 3, 4 . . . member of the gang . . , willing worker . . . lO o'clock phone calls . . . the brains behind many class activities . . . journalism teacher. Jerry U. Brackbill Academic Band l, 2, 3, 43 orchestra l, Z, 3, 43 latin club l, 23 french club 3, 43 stage crew 3, 43 national honor society 3, 43 anyone for a spelunking? lsee vocab listi . . . brainy brack- bill . . . spinning records at a saturday night dance . . . presi- dent of bacheIor's club . . . boyist look . . . a future dr. brackbill. Henry Brinkley General Intramurals 3, 43 wrestling 4 . . . a science fiction fan . . . cheerful personality . . . base- ball fan . . . favors ice hockey . . . waits for hunting season . . . pop music rates high . . , it's anchors away for henry. Carl Bruaw Academic Football 23 baseball 33 wrestling 3, 43 intramurals 2 . . .an out- doors man . . . motorcycles, cars-just so they run . . . scarcely ever heard . . . takes to the water in a boat . . . original hair cut . . . red heads -not his cup of tea . . . hopes to be a chef. I1 N111 JT 3 P'-p N 4 Q' 25 ste 4 mls F' +1 PWR fs g:5E?,:: m.xea An! fA8 5145! 19884 Elf 780144004 l9l:CtlfLl"85. aff au T Burk ar o en u ' tht gllati g rench o't 4, rdio taff 3, 4' sQs?aZ E is st nefllrnbsa 3 playa 5 goes f Ionkfd . i hy- d se. Imzjias a way with na talents galore "plai we live" . . . the perfect idiot . . ,Afgyfllague look . . , doctor or c emist. Patricia M. Carey General Tri-hi-y 3, 4 . . . strange-but she doesn't like pizza . . . or vocabulary . . . subs rate high with her , . . penn state interest . . . '55 pontiacs . , . elvis presley her dish , , . makes fre- quent trips to the store . . . big oil ranch her home in the future. William Claar Academic Latin club l, 2, red cross coun- cil 2, 3, 4, french club 3, 4, junior historian club 3, 4, na- tional honor society 3, 4, SHAWNEE 4, play production 3, 4 . . . enjoys classical movies . . . experienced cave explorer . , , clear the roads when bill takes the wheel , . . down with compositions . , . future pharmacist. Nancy Coble Business Intramurals I, 2, 3, 43 steno club 4, commercial art club 3, 43 student council 33 play pro- duction 3g play cast 4 . . . wardrobe not complete without jewelry . . . letters to penn state . . . typing whiz . , . musician of note , . . splatter of paint . . , sugar and spice . . . permelia . . , college hopeful. Brandt L. Cook, Jr, Academic Football l, 2, 3, 43 baseball l, 2, 3, 45 basketball l, 2, 3, 45 student council 2, 43 latin club lg spanish club 2, varsity club l,2.3,41hi-y 3, 43 SHAW- NEE 43 play production 3, 4 , . . nc's baseball hero , . . all american boy who prefers bondes . . . "back of the week" . . . big ben bolt , . . splatters paint for the boro . . . future football coach. 'QL ss l I eniom Lorayne Cullen Academic Intramurals l, 2, 3, 43 band 43 latin club l, 21 spanish club 31 play production 3, 4 . . . '52 olds . , . fond of "b" . , . tall, dark, and handsome boys her ideal , . . a holiday girl . , . rock and roll music . . . no progressive jazz . . . anyone for a party . . . shippensburg state - teachers' college, S uel a r . . sid rns . a oors . as an ' - t r in yor . co hi nce o 2 a la or . , . uld put the b rs out of business, I . , , jovia . v .e ut of conve -3- . , the n's heart ' s at sea, 6 l Shi D o Bu ess club ra ir l 31 l't , 3 3 st u 3 3 i- l 4 y p oduc fl . . tray sta ' 'atio rt ub s . . h pp , l ky , gralwqrls .Hang Am r'glft ii'1i'f". f a g n Y a uw if tty ro '. , s t e r o ,. . isis t A U43 Star-il i I r Ceneral pl a panish club 3 l' ' - ' . snot ' ' . l er wi 5 se .,airpla De J o ll ' SL U a sh sbp e, Jlqm 1 , . l 2 l' 9 : KQ X- I yf, f TTI- . S it .f 'I 3 8 it l' T a h i ra : t lo in t 1 future. 'W S I 54 V U , .. a , al ill n Aca Y1 . : G I Mlllng 3. a f V 4' Penis -. f ' N l . 4 H . J . . p ' ' S. . o 2 l it ba 34,2 g'. all , mb t' , . i. o the Q' 7' .. . 41 OX e o l l'1 x , 'K X a 3 if .Zig au l fn V I , N s P . 'o stl -'. - fab ff-. 4: play oldsmobiles em tall , . . coll tor of rock,'n roll . . no sl y ioe's IJ! . . . "t i' . . . t thletic . h ien t. Diane Dix Academic tin clu l 23 tri-hi-y 3, 43 l clu 43 ed cross council 43 T ES , 43 play production 3 4 , . g ate supporter of s ffice eats like ar' um c er . . . always tering cl s . . . nervous- ss irks r . , , man in air embarrassed giggle . . . miss nc hi . . . southern college belle. I r., n'f' Wwmark. Donley Academic 507 Orchestra 33 hi-y 3, 43 stage JM crew l, 2, 3, 43 photo club 3, UAJQT4, Times 3, 4, SHAWNEE 3. all 43 latin club l, 23 play produc- A tion 3, 4 . . . future einstein . . bombastic vocabulary . . . whiz at electronics , . . has E steady interests at west shore ig 4 . . , spelunking fan . . . serves 5 tea and crampets in the dark- yr-ccfbf room . . . lehigh. Elaine Dorwart General Intramurals l, 2, 3, 43 girls' chorus 2, 3, 43 mixed chorus 2, 3, 43 latin l3 spanish 3, 43 tri- hi-y 3, 43 play production 3, 4 . . . dynamic dimples , . . grease paint artist . . . vivacious vi- brater of vocal cords . . . demon on the basketball floor . . . happiness is all that counts . . . future draftsman. ' x ' .- John ' sr' ' USll'1a Q lntra r l, 33 ' clu 4, , Q-. n p. fan s - "Q'a3 . ball XI . f . i 'x e :H , qylde ., s ' . , T5 i raph . I' eds a i li ii - '-D ' C on 1 ' ' nogra ' .. a tre usi- n if V 5 . g . , i - r . f . . '1 balloon V I 6 . ' y V v ,, 3 h - f friend- Q 49 3 li zwolf in ' n 'G r' b 3 l 'A 3 I sl ' . , on jfmfniii M! mir At fl 1958 5 if,- .,,,..4,,Mx -,k 'pf ' 'riaffhi r,,,r tr i fi ' . Y i iv' 1' it Ji ' s Zigi l ll .K wil? lg, 2 ll gc it B" 3, gf. -f-Q3 'yi . ' f"3l3l'-u,,' if 4 W gi,-s , I M as g f 3 It if ,... ' , 3,3 li v ,,,. Y gg, i 4. - . iflilflsi. M' . ,EL-E.ifE1iTEi' ,..gll1,5k-.sg - 7 Q. ww-ff-5, 5'u'7-its ..., T A L I i , .3 :A Vx .x. ,,,..A , 3, E 3 ' '1i:2, . 1 . '1 l gill, ll i , 3 i 3 Ht , 43? i 5 i V i 3 -3 . ' wi i . , it t sea w.12iz,f.ii, , ijy ggs pws -, 3 . i f-' 'sh 1453" ' 5 Vfki 'UL lik 'El5,"?.2? 1.4 WSQQSSZM alia if .:f.,.:- 4 l , lil-1 K, ji! Judi I' Eic berge usin lntr u , ough izza d driv m l 3, H E 5 enol? b 4 ' gt if, o do g o e rk or ri a r s to U-. . .h k ' ri' . e d- if -s h is i rfs lr . : . Sherry A, Eley Business Library club l, 2, 33 red cross council 23 play production 4 . . . likes boys to be a wee-bit taller . . . black fords . . . de- vours submarines . . . never ready for surprise tests . . . usually found in the west shore theater . . . favors underclass- men . . . sports a long page boy . . . jitterbug perfectionist . . . hopes to work in a business office. Theda Eppley Business Intramurals l, 2, 3, 43 tri-hi-y 3, 4 . , . this joker is wild. . . midget athlete . . . rainy days and flat tires are not for her . . . homemade grocery store on class trips , . . salesman su- preme . . . slumber parties . . . just buzzin' around on a sunday afternoon . . . nice things come in small packages . . . office worker. William Fasnacht Academic Intramurals 3, 43 ir. historical society 43 hi-y 3, 4 , . . avid eater . . . pappy's right hand man . . . lollipops . . . cam- paign manager . . . crew cut . . . loyal football fan . . . spends saturday night selling cokes . . . army officer. James Firestone Academic Intramurals l, 2, 3, 43 basket- ball 2, 3, 43 varsity club 3, 43 latin club l, 2 . . . "chunk" . . . sitting on the front step at o'brieris . . . plays basketball day and night . . . the look of a wrestler . . . calm, cool, and collected . . a basketball coach. 57 . U , , . I crazy i A ainetball 1 een at ea H, :f fashi .. Q CX' 0 ier the a X XJ' ,xl emom 1 'H ol'1BaY, Gicking siness , 4, Splfiash C b - ' 4, play cast" . g dozfhb 23 football 2 . . .forker for t jun' r p m . . . showboat ' capt in-4 . t re when you nee hi . f-.7 experienced wrestler . . . love that english , . . notabl o . . . radio owfiion wi5e, nee 506 5 ana! Afraigfif AALMJ invaded, xx. ,. I ' 5' A W I I f bp is ' ' I J Fs r - Sl ' Hb :SH l, , , ' er ?ramu ls La ne Yg- I h or aa k We he M91 r b 2 ss olsl 'he dc n r I e at ll .f g Y! r il if IN!! U I J 1 I I Mar I r lntr ras ,2' hor I , 23 teen pics ub ' ramatics cl , t 4 . . . a t o g quehanna . . . I sa o . . , th s ng r i ger .i . ' eed y r , clas ring on re g . . . wants to be secret ry. Barry Frantz Academic Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, football lg basketball I, 2, wrestling 3, 4, swimming 31 chorus lg math club 23 engineering cl'ub 2 . . . allentown emigrant . . . fishing in a lazy brook . . . collects coins . . . exploring caves on a sunday afternoon ...pilotsa54bigm...air force engineer. . 1 ,J L I V Patr . Ful Vi General n tra ral , 3J4g twirler , 3, I in club lg spanis clubmag library club 2, 3, fl com, rcial art club 3, 4' oduction 3, 4 . . KL s al ,gf rest. in west sho . . fond UU tigdillacs . . t pical gh ' ol aut . . . sm , so sweetl ert 6 irler . . . bea ' ian. II v Carleton Garrett Academic 28 Band I, 2, '3, 43 mixed chorus 2, 4, basketball 2, 3, 4, latin club I, 2, french club 33 stu- dent council 2, 43 honor society 3, 4, class officer I, 2, 4, play cast 3, 4 . . . "pappy" . . . people are his hobby . . . mr. president . . . basketball comes first . . , a little car for a big man . , , failure not in his vocabulary . . . nuclear technologist. and tv technician. Faye N. Glace Business Girls chorus 21 steno club 4 . . . "grandma for a day" . . . mi- grated from manchester , . . longs to be a home maker . . . travels in a ford . . . a smile to remember . . . a calm and quiet pool until a speech cre- ates a whirlpool . , . legal secretary. td - girls' hor . " , U s Y . . . freddy . , . elemen- William R. Good Academic A Spanish club 2 . . . often seen but seldom heard . . . lost with- , out fasnacht , . .'food connois- , ..., , seur . . . shuns girls . . . keeps himself company . . . model . ig builder . . . enioys music . . . math whiz . . . radar technician. , ft , ' . . fli' -5 ' 'F . Terry A. Grissinger Academic Intramurals l, 2, 3, 4.5 girls' Chorus 4, library club I, 2, 3, 45 Zl club 3, 4, trench club -A, 3, 43 tri-hi-y 33 latin club 23 play cast 3 . . . sports enthusiast 'J I . . . excellent horseman . . . the j laugh of a fro with a cold . . . X my foreign cars OE1 the brain . . . ' A a keen sense for the ridiculous : I . . . a question please ma'am 1 ' ...why get up early... AJ prospective nurse. as p II' ' - ' v UI' ' .Zen fA8 56716 Harry Grossman Academic Intramurals I, 2, 43 football l, 2, 43 track I, 2, 43 varsity club 43 play production 4 . . . harry the horse . . . brickwall on the gridiron . , . curiosity hasn't killed him yet . . . has a passion for rebuilding cars , . . english disagrees wth his digestion , . . general bullmoose in person . . , brains but afraid to admit it . . . college in view. uma! cAemi5e vexed came info vogue 1958 Wi word 43 mixed chorus 2 spanish l tg? Q-C 4-' Ada R. Haring C-eneral Latin club I 3 future nurses club 4 , . . musical notes falling on her ears . . . the blush of a rose when called upon to speak ,..awomanofGod...de- mure like white snow on the rim of a flower . , . mr. sutton's messenger . . . seafood can stay in the sea . . . sewing and cook- ing her specialty . . . plans to relieve the sick. Marvin L. Haring General Intramurals I3 scenery crew l, 2, 3, 4 . . . skip is his second name , . . one of goldsboro's favorite sons . . . sleeps best in school , . . prefers hunting and fishing . . . rugged farmer . . . air force will be his next home. Martha E. Harro Business Steno club 43 tri-hi-y 4 . . . an old fashioned girl watching showboat . . . a cooks delight . . . an excellent seamstress . . . a strawberry picker in the sum- mer sun . . . the girl next door . . . a helping hand . . . collects salt and pepper shakers . . . enjoys hillbilly music . . . a secretary. Mary E. Harro Business Intramurals 3, 43 tri-hi-y 43 steno club 43 spanish club 2 ...twopeasinapod... driving a pontiac on a country road . . . saturday mornings in market . . . lucky magazine winner . . . sounds of typing and dictation . . .willing wotker . . . home ec. is a favorite . . . a future secretary. Charles Hoffman Academic Band I, 2, 3, 43 boys' chorus 23 mixed chorus 2, 3, 43 spanish club 23 hi-y 3, 43 play cast 3, 4 . . . a favorite in class assem- blies . . . imp with the inno- cent look . . . humor like dry ice and old spice . . , owner of Louie the dog . . , life of the party . . . everybody's friend . . . drexel bound. Joe Hooper Academic Intramurals I, 2, 3, 43 football I3 baseball I, 23 basketball I, 2, 3, 4g track 3, 43 varsity club 3, 43 hi-y 33 spanish club 2, 33 latin clubg student council 33 play production 4 . . . sports in all forms . . . those late hours when joe walks the floor . . . father knows best . . . aversion for useless vocab words . . . college. baqvvl , Y Nj! hx a ' . B iness' murals I , - ,band i r 3, 'us 23 fri- Q-yl 0 llco e ial 4 aft lub 4' ayfprodmbf . . ,end ' a' bl ,and ite o . . . 1 ' ot r f . . . b 'nd the nt rush'ft. . ecialis . Agiogpatch onqxg the lones V 3, jIe .. I l A gi , . we rs bsimp lifle b- d of , futuna hz Xse-I Vzqiilgs ,1,4C.IJ 3, my lkrv 1 Ct-'I o wif ' Q "' if :fy La me Jfmyow can crewnec dweafem adorned Joseph B. James Academic Intramurals I, 2, 3, 41 football 41 basketball 2, 3, 41 track 3, 41 band 2, 3, 41 mixed chorus 31 stage crew I, 2, 31 spanish club 2, 31 varsity club 3, 41 eniom 1? . .ilu ii Richard Kutz Academic French club 41 latin club I, Z1 stage crew I, 2, 3, 4 . , .mad scientist . . . inventor . . . wizard of oz with test tubes . . . cave exploring excites him L hi-y 3, 41 play production 3, 4 . , satellite codes delight him . . , tall, dark and devilish . . , 'V ,Nw , . electronics his choice. mr, "b" , . . nc's rock hudson . , , a natural athlete . . . dirty bucks . . . college hopeful, fp W 2 Wt if Vw Thomas Lee James General orma Jea ird u in ss- Band I, 21 football manager I, lntramu I, , 1" 1 0 2 . . . shudders at oral reports club 41 41 pro ,L . . . loves peanutbutter and duction 3, ,Ehving bl mustard sandwiches , . . big hair in a shigyu a klc llac jello man at the acme , . . no . . , talks con tantl age -A ladies man . . . painfully shy and boys well- e . . . future in the army. absentee list . . . d :lemma . . . a trip to away, ames . . . traveler . , . loves comics for a quiet afternoon . , . every- one's buddy . . . farmer girl. Bette A. Johnson Business A1,.t ,,A. I Robert D. Lake Academic Intramurals l, 2, 3, 41 band- ' I l,,. Intramurals I, 2, 31 scenery front 3, 41 mixed chorus 21 ifflif crew I, 2, 3, 4 , , . wild about girls' chorus 2, 3, 41 tri-hi-y motorcycles . . . goes cave ex- 3, 41 steno club 41 latin club -. " .ilf ploring . . . a wheel on roller I: play production 3 , , . jit- ' W 1,, jg: skates . . . found at all school terbug expert . . . sports en- B .-. V, dances , . . dabbles in elec- thusiast . . . finances steno ii i.i' 'LTA tronics . . . rocket fiend . . . club by gum chewing fines , . , 'A spends all spare time at the those "idaho" potatoes . . . see ,l acme . . , up to the sky in the report card No. l6? . . . eats ' ti " I air force. anything . . . comptometer operator. Barbara Kerstetter General 1 'lfkf-i.m Jack Lenker General Intramurals I, 2, 3, 41 band l, 1s Latin club I1 spanish club 21 2, 31 latin club I1 play produc- f track 41 wrestling 4 . , . sports tion 3, 4 . . . would like to V 5 enthusiast . . . looks forward major in mr. renaldi's Classes Y ' I to hunting season . , finds , - I . . . , . avoids beat up cars . . . -if W. plane geometry interesting . . . wishes every day were hallo- I sr ---.. would sacrifice dawn bus rides ween , . . where there's food ' . . . early arrival at school . . . you'll find barb . . . has a ' --Q ' - ,L S' . loves mat work-outs . . . air strange obsession for "cookin' " 2 . force in his future. , . . blonde bombshell . . , 2 secretarial ambitions. V t 'M Q9 Fred William Kremkau M. Ernest Linn General Academic 'fy Baseball 2, 41 wrestling 4 . . . Intramurals I, 21 track I1 band homework should be outlawed I, 2, 3, 41 mixed chorus 2, 3. . . . junior size matman , , . 41 boys' chorus 21 spanish club 'W 4. ix l ISE: wishes vocabulary weren't in- Zg radio staff 41 hi-y 41 TIMES 0' 1 A evitable . . . hates getting up to photographer 2, 41 SHAWNEE Abdx ride the bus . . . quiet and shy 41 play cast 3, 4 . , . popping gg..-pf gif . . . main interest in wrestling flashbulbs , . . paper deadlines Wi . , future uncertain, top the list . , . those early ,I 1 ' I morning practices . . . t's friend 1 ' . . . always there when needed itii ,,', 5 i ' 3 , . . playing records in the booth . . . slide rules are calling. .I X1 'gr ,- - 30 Ogrl LU ig gif' 5 lfIfL6LfCA8J Me affire of Meir Jfeackezi 7 Sandra L. Mansberger Business Intramurals 33 steno club 4, play production 3, central treasury 4 . . . in charge of the mint . . . sweet tooth for candy apples . . , personality plus . . . a friend to everyone . . . good citizen . . . secretary. General rals , 3, 4, latin ,V C , , AWNEE 4 . . . I n's taxicab . . . horse , plac birds favorite , . . ' s st alls . . . coal ck , . vefs4on to home ork . td Ep a storm . . . future salesl Robert lvlcCreary General Basketball l, 2, 3, 41 varsity club 3, 4, hi-y 3,4 . . .always sports . . . mostly basketball . . . cars interest him . . . with school . . . a dribble and a basket . . . after school worker . . . swabbing the decks with the navy. Ronald McCreary General Scenery club l, 2, 3, 4, play production 3, 4 . . . majors in study halls . . . "mack" . . . spends his spare time in shop . . . dependable carpenter . . . mature . . . literature throws him . . . a staumch elicker man . . . a future in the building business. Doris Meas General Intramural lg spanish club 2, 35 tri-hi-y 43 national honor society 3, 4 . . . quiet and studious . . . a fine horse woman . . , pizza, pizza, pizza . . . always drives a chevy , . . ever dependable . . . conscien- tious worker . . . no time for the yankees . . . wants a texas oil well. 1958 ,miss ,,, 3 I Q e:asisi:iflei33fegQ 'V Lois Miles Academic Mixed chorus 2, 33 camera club 2, 33 biology club 23 girls' chorus 4, play cast 4 . . . a lucky wind blew her here . , , never knew math was so dull . . . marius, the epicurean , . . unusual accent . . , a monkey in long johns . . . "mickey" . . , expressive eyes . . . an angel of mercy. George Miller General Intramurals lg latin club l, 2, football 25 baseball l, 2, 3, 4 . . . the "babe" of the diamond . . . anything that wears a skirt . . . wild boy in a search of long sam , . . anything but english , . . lean and Iank . . . shy on the surface . . , jet pilot. MW, fi by PM I .3 Patr' ' Miller Cfelh ral, ra ra , ' Wg, iris flfv h , 3, ' cl , 4, comm art b 2 ,, 'J lat u' sp i I l libr lub 1 3, 45' a-my , , hongijoc et 4f'SH ' - EE 4 y pr9Xucti , 4 Md abo P red iz, 'fi ath. .t a I X etgfl . . R ciLifi'e'n i XL!- . .. eat a Qfbetitet' 44" f ll l . te gpn edgy' Paul Miller General Football l, 2, 3, 43 basketball l, 23 track l, 23 chorus l 3 band l, 23 varsity club 2, 3, 43 hi-y 4, student council l, 2 . , . will he ever get enough of sports . . . the squeal of brakes . . . hours spent on hot rods . . . fascination for food , . . defeat is not in his vocab . . . there's a magic "wand" in his destiny . . . along with the air force. Ronald Miller General Intramurals l, 2, 3, 43 football l, 2, 3, 43 basketball 23 track l: bi-y 3, 4, varsity club 2. 3 . . . makes frequent trips to the country . , . that rugged look . . . lives, sleeps, eats sports . , . a born mechanic . , . monday morning blues , . . relaxed-almost too . . . man of few words . . , sometimes he sits and thinks---usually he just sits . . . air force. jfie zfinexloeclfecf dnow Jform ffmlf 5400 vw info Homer Moore Business Intramurals 4 national honor speed with a young gen society 3 4 shorthand pen iu keeper of the honor society money the bashful type actually likes to study avid sports fan busi ness administration Ano A. Moyer Tri-hi-y 3,4 . . . likes to drive . . . citizen of lewisbury . . , full of information . . . always writing shorthand . . . a voice on the telephone . . . yearns to be a secretary. Harold Nelson General Intramurals l, 2, homeroom officer 2 , . . towers above his friends . . . horses or cars will do, but no walking . . . the nonchalant type . . . a twinkle in his eye and a smile that sparkles . , . the wide blue younder beckons. Nancy A. Newcomer Academic Band l, 2, 3, 4g national honor society 43 correspondence club 3, 43 latin club l, 23 red cross council l, 2, 3, 43 tri-hi-y 3, -lg library club 2. 3, 4, french club 3, 4, TIMES 3, 4, SHAW- NEE STAFF 4g play cast 3, 4, class officer l . , . small and vivacious . . . ready with an answer . , . sign girl . . . life- guard tan . . . petticoat actress , . , frankly, your right , . . tempest in a demi-tease . . . airline hostess. endow ,Q--. Iii dt" Gary Nye General Spanish 2, 3 . . . volunteer fire- man . . . never stops talking . . . fisherman supreme . . . slumber time king , . . nc hi girls bore him . . . atlantic keeps him on the go , . . fire fighter. Frederick Orner General Boys' chorus I, 21 mixed chorus l, 2, 33 scenery crew I , . . usually seen with a bear . . . domineering type , , . fond of long red hair . . , hall eSCort , , . walks with a tilt . . . one of the vestibule romeos . . . wardrobe wizard , . . air force wings. Gloria Parson Business Intramurals l, 3, 43 steno club 4 . , . a little girl with a big appetite . . . saturday night finds her on roller skates . , , in search of excitement . . , keen on convertibles and motor- cycles . , , campaigns against gossip and rumors . . . hopes to be a secretary. James Paschall Academic World wide traveler . . . lived much of his life in Europe and Asia . . . depot demon . . . mexican food in any form . , . underclass girls . , . drives a packed white ford . . , can fix any broken radio . . . electronics. .. ' Academic mura f ll , sDani gr di aun er mga -.. CFO OI'I'Yl -- gf K haters eep . . o i e a lo l -' n e Qi, fi ' 11 Wiwvl lf l 6 for Mfaww I 5' . oot , V 43 tr , 4 a 'ri Q u 2 ' cl 0 s f ,, . . I . . , I pl . . so O . , ' 7 5 g - ' I . .. L' all nd o brown" . still 1:1 :bfi do 1' f Q .twg I 9 V 'Q-" f E all k g N F F W: l er 0 e r 5 YI ,, f if' fig iff? H 'Jil' ilk" Q fiwydfffgfsi I ,I Robert Renninger General .Y 3 ..-AL?'ifilfi2g- rqfgrgckqgdqszfomfxc Q95 ronfme ,D-If I A C ' Q7 ' ff -s-f if I -ff asf' F -- 2 xg.. rw JI' VVYWJ ., Qiirx, fa, ,, C T -- it 'i .sfo ,sf -ae 3 -fb! k-Qs Q-J is? rs , rf ..a: S14 -:gf I 'sf x-sv Y .- Q y, ,LQ-H xg -1- - kj, ,jj 1 S1743 Sondfa"L. Ergff 4 f -A 3 ,Intramural 41 , ,,, D ir er IQ I, 2,"l1tS-id majorette'3,"4g com-., m rcial art cl ' , 3, 4, freiiliy - club 3, 43 la in CIUXIT 23 tri- hi-yfikwgsi-IA E 4, as p ,Q5i?er 2, pig' roduction , 4 A . . . an oldigparkedzriir seventh street . . . a 5bf a ' ,,,a72whitef orm, ax rl of a ' baton A ho lJ94e a parade S -C . . I K ,.: . paintiqgigfers fon sqtur:- Q- ,TPJ day ' ht dance ., ofitagfeta. i e he I is is ' ' Debi ' ' N , . ip, a ora o ,YJ,cia34 Qgai-i'Prowell " Business Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, latin club I, 2,3 steno club 4, tri- hi-y 3, 4, student council I, band mascot 4, play production 4 . . . crazy about all sports , . . always dancing . . , spa- ghetti and meatballs , . . chat- terbox . . . homework and rainy days , . . one of the peas in the pod . . . growls like a tiger pep personified . . . glued to the switchboard. Joyce H. Prowell Business Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, red cross council 2, tri-hi-y 3, 4, latin club Ig cheerleader I, 2, 3, 4, steno club 4 . . . spark- ling halloween queen . . . a pal princess . . . goes back for thirds at the roost . . . ice skat- ing on her private pond . . . a cheerleader's jump at a pep as- sembly . . . a pony tail gone forever . . . those country lanes . . . charter member of the steadies . . . insurance secretary. Nancy A. Quigley Academic Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, future nurses club 4, twirler I, 2, 3, 43 latin club I, 23 spanish club 3, 43 library club 2, 3, 43 play cast 3, 4 . . , likes those famous p. d, iokes . . . tames bulldogs , . . fond of hios . . . center stage for her . . , has an aver- sion for early morning band drills . . . a nurse of white. Grace A. Reilly Intramurals I, Z, 3, 4, girls' chorus 2, 3, 4, latin club I, 2, library club I, 2, 3, 4, ZI Club 3, 4, tri-hi-y 3, 43 radio Club 3, 4, steno club 4, TIMES 2. 3, 43 SHAWNEE 3, 4: play cast 3, 4 . . . passion for pizza . . . brains behind the assembly themes . . . a dimpled smile . . , dramatics-her cup of tea . . . friendly and then some . . . "all shook up" . . . the busiest gal in town . . , newspaper career. Football 3, 4, baseball I, 2, 3, 4, wrestling 33 spanish club 23 varsity club 3, 43 hi-y 3, 4, play production 3 . . . sports, sports and more sports . . . the gentleman prefers brunettes . . . pizza pie fan , , . tank . . . hillbillies . . . loves to heckle . . . . renny the great . . . hon- orary librarian . . . heard every- where . . . recommends a seven day week-end . . . air force . ,f :-, Q41 fd uw 'ci 1 3: its l'I'I3f't. INC Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, football I, 2, 3, 41 baseball I, 2, 4, basketball 2, 4, track 3, red cross council I, 2, 3, 4, hi-y 3, 4: varsity club 4, spanish club 2, play production 3 , , . rolling rock . . . female charmer . . . love 'em and leave 'em . . . sports minded . . . strong man . . . cider still , , . wants to join the air force. Larry Rudy Academic Intramurals 3, 4, j, v, football 23 spanish club 4, baseball 4 . . . lives for his "buddies" , . , poet laureate of '58 . . . avid eater , . . natural comedy rou- tine , . . crazy chapeaux . . . cannon expert . . . obiects to the name "rubin" . . . most haDDY fella' . . . aimed for college. Vance Rudy General Intramurals 3, 43 football 2, 3, 45 baseball Ig track 3, 4, hi-y 3, 43 varsity club 3. 43 student council Z . . . daddy-o . . , ford friend . . . v-neck sweaters . . , miss koons' buddy . . . sports preferred . . , counts the days until graduation . . . hopes to make it , , . the viking look . . . building construction. 33 cy e promo! feegng WMA me armoomcemenlf 0 denier l. lr o C A B u L i Charles l'l, Ruoff Academic Band l, 2, 3, 4, orchestra 2, 3, 4, dance band 3, 4, baseball l, 2, 43 basketball 2, 3, 4, latin club l, 2, student council 3, class officer 4, play Cast 4, play production 3 . . . harry hart , . oh, that smile . , . towers over you . . . the thin man . . . basketball expert . , . sarcastic humor , , , bull ses- sions galore . . . fuss and feathers . . . NRO? hopeful, I ' I I qalgaretrirene Seibert ' Acachfmic lhtramurals l, 2, 3, 4, mixed chorus 2, 3. 4, girls' chorus 3, 43 naturals 2, 3, 4,n1ixed semble 3, 4, band Lf, 3. -lg o hestrg '2, 3, 4, latinfclub l, 2, french club 43ftri-hi-y 3, 4, rims 3, 4, SHAWN-EE 4, play Cast,3 . pianofartist . . , always busy' at the, key board . . , county choifus accompanist ,. , hates deadlines . , . musici educator f v Eleanor Shaub Business Intramurals 3. 41 S7900 Clllb 4 , . , wades homework , . . champagne blond . . record breaker on roller skates . . collector especially boys . . . alarm clocks should never have been invented . . avoids show- off . . . could spend hours DlBY' ing records . , the future in a business offiCC Wanda Lee Shive Business lntramurals 2. 3, 4, bandfront 2, 3, 43 student council l, 2, 3, 4, library club 3, 4, tri-hi-y 3, 45 steno club 4 . . love that food . . . whiz on a key- board . . a flapperette . buzzin in her hot car . , . eyes that twinkle . blue, blue all american girl . . , private secretary Jean E. Shuey Academic Intramurals l, 2, 3, 4, mixed chorus Z, 3, 43 girls' chorus 2. 3, -lg naturals Z, 3, -lg latin club l, 23 french club 3, 4. student council 23 library club l, 2, 3, 4, tri-hi-y 3, 4,Tllv1ES -lg SHAWNEE 4, play cast 33 production 4 , , . chalypso artist . a crazy horn on a chevy stationwagon . . expert swim- mer , sound of a whistle in the gym , those under- classmen . . future polvclinic hospital nurse. eniom gba . 4, q 1 I! iii Si Yis- 'ga 'vs Nancy L. Simmons Business Intramurals l, 2, 3, 4, girls' chorus l, 2, 3, band l, 2. 3, 4, play production 3, tri-hi-y 3. 4, latin club l, steno club 4 . . . pork bar-b-c1's and cokes . . . aims to have a good time . . . let's iitterbug . . . dreads rainy days , . . ready for fun and frolic . . . a running battle with Hard rock . . , hostesses the senior gang at lunch time . . . business school. Gerald Snell General Basketball 2, track 2, 3 . . . future farmer of america . . a former citizen of ohio . , . the rumble of a motorcycle . , . the red glow of his face after a p. d. report . , . shy guy . . , the man of a thousand faces , . . likes "ike" . . . "that's sad" . . . a navy man. Dorthy L. Snyder Business Intramurals 3, 4, tri-hi-y 3, 45 girls' chorus l, 2, 3, 4 . . . an enola explosion , . . skaters' waltz . , . movies 'til dawn , . , a real tri-hi-y member . . man trap . . . study hall entertainer . . , the voice from the switch- board . . . a future telephone operator. Mary H, Sockman Academic Band 4, mixed chorus -'lg tri- hi-y 4, play cast 4 , . . expert seamstress . . . ohio import , . , spends a fortune on sta- tionery . , , now a real loyal tiger . , . speaker of note . . . wizard with a trig problem . . . future math teacher. Kay Spangler Business Intramurals 2, 3, girls' chorus 2, 3, 4, spanish club 43 steno club 4, play production 3 . . . dancing enthusiast . . , short- hand her specialty , , tea hound , . . touchdown rooter . , , no more homework , , blue when it rains . . . where's charley . , . stenographer, ll FS? at !',',.1f." ' K GCP' lf 1 If 'I gi ," 21101555 Ar Me Wafionaf mmf Lggfrofalwfiiyo fedf. Larry Spangler Academic Wrestling 43 a whiz on roller skates . . , drives a hot chevy . . . scientific interests . . , has an aversion for homework . . . favors mechanics . . . not much for conversation . . . hardware salesman . . . engi- neer. Mike Steger Academic Intramurals l, 2, 3, 43 basket- ball 23 football l, 2, 3, 43 hi-y 3, 43 varsity club 3, 43 spanish club 2 . . . bulldog . . . sour grapes . . . wit like a sharp- ened razor . . . kick-a-poo joy juice . , . interest in band front . . . the brawny athlete . . . co-captain of football squad . . . organized fan club . . . teacher's college. Kenneth Stoner Business Central treasury 4 . . . more ice cream . . . love those fords . . . man with the money . . . down with social studies . . . expresses his views . . . quiet and polite . , . a devout man . , . embarrassed by green house gossip . . , office work. Ronald Stubbs General Wrestling 43 known for his vo- cabulary . . . has an interest .in york haven , . . music- mostly rock and roll . . . the quiet type . . . brunettes . . . history is for historians . . . favorite son of newberry . . . renaldi protege . . . navy. Henrietta Turban Business Intramurals l, 2, 3, 43 tri-hi-y 3, 43 band 2, 3, 43 steno club 43 she's a soda jerk . . . the worrying type . . . but serene on the surface . . . demands perfection . . . mimeograph op- erator supreme . . . hounds members for club dues . . . drummer girl . . . future clerk- typist. eniom , . ,i,. ,,.,,, , . nh t 'Q E s YW W We ,tsl . 3 . ia " 3 I I . : 1 Shirley Vaughan Academic Library club 2, 3, 43 latin club . l, 23 red cross council l, 2, 3, 43 student council l3 21 club 3, 43 play production 3, 43 her km., "4l" chevy . . . everyone tells fr , her their troubles . . , shirl with the curl . , . pop music . . , library fixture . . . unusual wit . . . telephone operator. Suzanne Weigle Business Tri-hi-y 43 steno club 43 play production 4 , . . a genius for painting a bulletin board' . . , fashion designer of her own wardrobe . . . a top typist . . . loves to roller skate . . . a della street in a lawyer's office, Carl E, Welt er A -.-. tr Isl 2, , ' ootb ,,3, Itr k l 2 b l, 4' ixed C us 4: oy or i spanis u 23 'f 3, 3-'. Acast 3, 4 . ad . u uilt like'a o. ., l s" ust- in" eb . ch se rg- ers ats 1 V, .. ater elon rai f a 3. ni h . . . dia- mo d and g idiron ran . . . college hopeful. L . h ele neral In u I , , 3 . . " sh" Ii tnin . . a ' ion rt . ds g ' 3 olle ng ast - o a MTA out 3 ,J . ittl look . . fish- -ff ' in ic u . .opens th ' g sea . looks 7' 1 A ahea o e navy, R 'Lf .. fx, ly A 1915351- .' A5.XN' 'Z 3,-jj, '59 lr' gif: u..-ff . . ' ' i . all sf Napcy S Wigfield Academic f F bil trawia ll? 35"'mix?f 'W ijt' . 'El g'l, f"'5'6g"S 3" 3 Sheer der 2, r 1 3 1" A col Qt., b 4 Ou I lijrbsdiifli , ,3,'3'- m' al :fair , 3 - unio torian bl 3 -4 iftcosipil lg t cnyljj 1 i " I ll '?iiiee,9riif41.rff,gfis q' n,XA...p e,rp start ' .- ,pk , I 1 one iclnfcei . rtggootbagf ' 1, u k f nn ,ri X r-I 1 i 4 1 A j 1 Z 3 J S' A r l ' I i w il' ' ,HAI i' if E 436 c D3 lp btary olub l ll N lu e Alfbdgfy in fire arriifa! of name car 5 an yeardoo r gl - N' . it 5 i , 5 ,Q emor . iw fr if .Qreltchen X right Academic " lntramurali l 2 3 4' girls' -. C ,. , , L' ,I - Lynda l.lWiIt ' fcaffreneral Girls' chorus l, 2, 3,4453 spanish clu 123 pla4f1p,roducI?on 3, 43 so isticatgdf , .fiexpensive t te . fine6cag and fash- , ,mnable ,Tclothes "':"'J 3, saturday N afternoqn shopping sprees . . . skiris jby the score . . . fas- cinated by charm bracelets . . . has her own record shop , . fashion designer. 1" AlYQQiSQ'7QfgNLbiW?iE rl .sine 'I f ylxl-lbzicalgslv' 'fin ., 5 I milf i tre uryx ,class ficel' 43 ay li, -x " duc' n 3 3 c.'s rm ney ll astet' ork is a h althy asi e es a p 'Ph .r d' a r , K ' otball g rn . , . rainbow lx! r f k c u entra U I urs ! V CSjrl'r?srry res he . . , med- wrl se t Q Q, Linda Wise Academic Mixed chorus 2, 3, 43 girls' chorus 2, 3, 43 band 3, 43 tri- hi-y 3, 43 red chorus council 2, 3, 43 latin club lg spanish club 2, 43 student council 2, 3, 43 commercial art club 2, 3, 43 play production 33 play cast 43 class president 33 a friend to all . . , state chorus , . . the school bell is her alarm , , . guards n.c. high from her window . . . dependable worker in endless organizations . , , future flor- ence nightingale. Harold N. Witters, Jr, Academic lntramurals 33 football l, 23 latin club l, 23 play production 3, 41 the man backstage , . . the uniform of the civil air pa- trol . . , "hark" , , , assistant at the acme . . . dependable . , . another spelunker . . . trouble shooter on ancient ra- dios and tvs . . . aeronautics. Ronald L, Worly General lntramurals 33 wrestling 3, 43 his blue streak chevy , . . trips to the country . . . speedboat demon . . . "little mike" , . . champion wrestler . . , off to work . . . guards the "freshman hall' ',.. air force mechanic, Y ff Q f 'X Q sw V 4. -2 . k ,ssl 1 k 5 wvvr gg! f. 1- V K ii ,gig 3 , 3, l clu 3, 43 Ii raryc 2,3 43 latin club l, 23fr nc clubl3, 43 fadio staff 2, 3, 43 TIMES 27 as 43 qpedaror 43 SHAWNEE 3, 43 correspond- ents club 2,-3, 43 play cast 3, 43 tri-hi-y 3, 43 clasl officer 2, 33 member of "'t+xe gang" .-. . pilots the 'assemblies . . . that lincoln convertible . . . wright's"right alwayi, f . talks upia Storm . . . capable jour- nalist . . . prefers the ivy league . . . future english prof. h 3 3 43 sfu ,nt council i otiusi A dqb sub Q h Dennis Yinger Academic lntramurals 2, 3, 43 football l, 23 baseball 3, 43 spanish club l 3 sports rate high . . . one of the "boys" . . . has a small vo- cabulary and likes it . . . good natured . . . favors snowy nights . . . clean-cut good looks . . . tinkers with cars , , . will sail the seven seas. Miriam E. Yinger Commercial Tri-hi-y 43 steno club 43 robin hood . . . clerk at hinkle's gen- eral store . . . perfect complex- ion . . . a swirl on a shining roller rink . . . a rickety school bus . . . ideal girl with beauti- ful hands . . . secretary, Harry Yost Academic lntramurals l, 2, 3, 43 base- ball l, 2, 3, 43 student council 3, 43 hi-y 3, 43 latin l, 23 country boy at heart . . . sports, sports, sports . . . whiz in math . . . one of the "boys" . . . girl shy 'til you get to know him . . , fords . . . english can go back to england . . . civil engineer. Melvin Zi rman Ban 2 3 r society 3, Wi i chemist , . . Q ake trip . . . and do avyayaft pizza . , . reserved . . a serious student . . . ilgaijy h Iping hand , . . musi note , . . printer. L - r il cm' .in Me L55 0 cz Kieran! am! cgwdmafe Cecil Anderson Class of 1958 1939 - 1956 Cecil's quiet manner, sincere modesty and warm friendliness will always be remembered by those who knew him. V, Although he will not walk these paths again. his years with us in classrooms, in school organiza- tions will remain 'a vivid memory to his classmates. O ,V hail , -, ,W , if rip 455633125 . if t 6 N , 5 4 The strifgltest path perhaps which rrtay be lies through the great hlghwaygfgtgn call I ought. i' 9. 3-fr Q L , . p' -'qw -1 1 sr. Q.: -Q -as 4 x nt . nm .xr 'F' in ' .ty uv. , , Y , :lf 1 QF-ll! vu T i wr f 5 . 4 .1-...n,.m. Q .N . ..-W...-.. Q... cilie 'gofden Jaw an 0149 our yoaffif A femdom we gn l Class of 1959 Hard at work . . . preparing for a busy schedule of party, assembly and trip are the smiling class officers. Pictured. left to right: Sally Minsky, secretary, Larry Simpson, vice- presidentg Vance Stouffer, president, and Linda Harlacher, treasurer map their outline for their junior class party, Mardi Gras, January l l . Around The World with the junior talent spiced their assembly, February l4. Irene Kaminski! and Richard Meiser portrayed the travel-happy couple visiting exotic countries and hearing pleasing music. On to Washington, D. C. for a class trip, iuniors soaked up historical sights and her- itage. Finish up with a change of pace mys- tery play on April lO-ll and think back on a year of fun and achievement. 'I Q i 3 l3 F T3 - gy -- I Q . Agnew, R. I f 44 I . y .seg .ss Albright, D. . A . 9-i - f' I -U, J., ' Q I Al l d, J. 9 1.1 .5 ii ii M, if .ag in M222 D, ,h , ' . b 'rxl . '4"'x R- ,Q Bachman, S D? i Q f i 'F Bair, C. ' ll V . Bair, S. li' l' l'i.x K 1 Baney, F. ' Batdorf, B. 7 g X .N 3 gatdorf, W. 's i- A i ' ' .. 1 1' it ell C . .A Q 5' ' .. .N ,vi 'Q .J A I . Berg rf - Sl 'tit 7, A 4 Biffart, M. V I A - g A l Sonnenj. 1 ' .- K owen, . X y X :Y Bricker, D. s . 1 Brinkley J. A W ' A A g ' 4' A Brothers: R. q y A Y a , Q x ' 'F' .K V K K .. 6 grown, rg. X S I . Q my . if . BLL:a1:,B.. H ' ' .. . , - . ' Buttorff, B. ' 5 . 'iwff-. Clem, P. l- ik fw B . flier K 5 An coder, M. -Q., f M A is J . P fi. Coffey, R. - V Y at . ' Colestock, J , A A1 :Z V 4 I, . ' Conley, L. ' . .. ' i FX . , 6 , Cressler, C. s-: f yr Q. A r l"'f J l, , Daihl, G. r' Dagle, W. at NX ' - Danner, R. N" E Davis, J. Dean, B. Dodson, C. Donley, C. Drake, C. Drawbaugh, . Dunmire, C. Eater, B, Ebert, B, Ebert, C. Eisley, S. Erney, Cr. Ernst, D. Evans, M. Evertts, R. Ewing, C. Fager, C. Flanagan. K. Fortenbaugh, R. Fox, R. Frye, B. Coho, D. Coflob, S. Coudy, R. Graham, C. Crissinger, A. Cruver, R Cruver, W. Hall, R. Hammacker, D. Harlvold, M Haring, C. l-larlacker, D Harlacker, L, l-larf, lvl. Huff, J Hughes, C. lnscoe, K. Jenkins, B. Knminslci, l. KaulrT1an,E, Kauffman, J. Keach, E. Keith, B. Keplinger, J. Kerstetter, K, Kipp, J. Kimmel, L Klinger, P Knorr, J. Kohler, E. Kopp, C. Krone, J. Krone, lVl Krone, R, Kutz, J Lake, R Lawley, S. Leedy, D. Lehman, L. Lengel, C. Lengeman, S. Logh, R. Ludwig, J. Lysle, D. Manley, R. Nlarfson, J. McCreary, L. McKnight, K, Meiser, R. Miller, lvl. Minskey, S. Montgomery, L. .L . . T. 2 5. .b .V , . , IJAQVQJ VLQUQI' Cl, WLOIWLQVLF 61, een lf'l:Uaf Vg ag yi we L A A -, .L ' 1 B Q ? wk +P ,-R 1 Q ti-C2- W rg ll . ZS Q' 4" A A . 'Fil Qu? J.. . l i r f .ga ag, if J l E 95 U 2 M or 'fl gwsfb ll-:'-2-. 13 mill L . Wil' C if 4, .1 'uzw ..,, ..r. . L . . ,J ' 3 2 .5 Q Q ""'x 'X -if or I X F ..,. ge ,f ' .. X . ,rf ' . ,ff irf rri ir . F f - 'K ,4. Z ,,. . jg -,.'- H f ff' 2 ' ' f .lfe f ' p.-1 fry " ..'l , 1 iiiii V f :-. "i'i' , , , ,,,.., . 1957.4 N "A 1 5 . . . " . J,.. K l if :,..V, .,.. 1 .,., v I N if if lrl - .,,'l ' T i!'. if . . i E 4 J , irr V 317.21 -..:J. ' 'll R A-f Rf Q f sf? rivet . f f 5 2 i wax , Y Ta- gf f X X .J sr Aeniom in ma azine campaign, lo aw an - 1 rr .ts ,. .x 11 . A K fx . .. '- 'L A -' My l 1 Q5 W Nj . Q s. .fail ' W S in -' X X S L W if Lax S . 1 S ' S 'Nw .. . .J 'fi' Q .x 'S XJ: :X tl A 4. f s Q N f if S 1 Sm I S L! Vlll 1 ' gn qu E S "ti QQ, , fly' I , Si , R FL. J I sf t Q K. f Q ,Q L Q .NA . 'Sli' .er -if 3 --5 SL ra tx xii L Silt, ' I S ml ra I 'S i A N ' 'S A , A K x W L A J Q x K - . A I , ' is '-T - 2, .N "' ' , . , . ' I SJW' A' . j,g,f' +45 J 6 H 1. X-rt . S B -Q 1:5 JM, - s ,I Q f 1 . , aft, Leg: x f ' . QQXJ J . - - ' f' N ii 'f:-, C fl Lf? .1 tr t I sz Rf. E, Stl: ' .L Moss. S. 's lVlufl1, B. Q, ' Myers, J ' 0 Naugle, C Negley, T. Neiman, B. Nelsen, C Ness, L. Newmyer, D. Nonemaker, J. O'NeaI, R. Ozanne, R, Parson, S. Peiffcr, B. Penrose, S. Pierce. J. Poet, C. Pooler, D. Pooler, L Reed, J. Roberts, P. Ross, B Ross, D Rupp, L Sandburg, L. Sauderson, M Sandnes. C Schaffer, S Sebolt, T. Seitz, A Shaffer, M Shewell, S. Sl1uler,C. Sl'1uIer,T. Srmeone, R. Summons, B. Simonton, D Sumpson, L. Small, C. Smith, lvl. Snyder, R. Snyder, T Spar, D Spangler, B. Springer, R. Steager, D. Sterner, L. Steward, D. Steward, R. Stoner, A. Stoner, B. Stoner, S. Stouffer, V. Stuart, M. Treder, M. Treichler, R. Trowbridge, R. Umpleby. C Wagner, M Walters, S. Warren, D Weigle, K. Wern, C Weyer, C Wales. J. Wm, B. Wilt, D. Wolfe, M. Wolfe, P. Yinger, L. Zeigler, P, Zimmerman, W. 05581016685 Si :,y7 5 if 50,9 0m0re5, Eager to prove themselves as capable leaders in the realm of upper classmen are, left to right: Barbara Elicker, treasurer, William Garrett, president, William Shaffer, vice-president, Barbara Sheaffer, secretary. Five busses pulled away from NC one early morning in Novemberfdestination Phila- delphia. Highlights of the tour were visits to Independence Hall, the Valley Forge Chapel, and the planetarium at Franklin Institute. "Moonlight Mingle" set the stage for the class party on February 22, A variety show is being staged for an assembly pro- gram late in the spring. Acker, S. Albaugh, M. r Aiien, H, Altland. W, . '.',,'i- L .41 ' s Amsbaugh, K, ' Apgar. W. Atkinson, S, I Aubrey, lvl, Backenstoss, C. Bair' D' .,., . Q. ,, .. Baker, H. r r . V Baker, S. ' Baker, R. 'i Basehore, D. Bechdel, S. . Bechtel, C. Bennie. B. Bertolette, R, Blazer, R. Bonner, L. ' Bonner, R, Bottiglier, E. W? Brambley, S. Breder, W. 5 Brenneman, R. Bretz, J. Bricker, S. . Bfighrbiii, B, Bowe rs, J. "' l 1 Brocl-Aman, B. K' f1-- Browri,A, f ' Bmw., D is x 1 . N tg Qs? , i . .,- . - 'ir is ' if , wi l 675444 of 7960 W8 Qlfltel' fAQ VOK5 O! MPPQVC 6Z1f5W'1felfL A ' f Q ' si.r . i P ' ' ' sa. is 'si xl x , . N it a., . . , , f if- 1--, , , Brown, J. Bruaw, D. Clabaugh, J. Christian, P. Chapman, W. Catlin, T. Carroll, l. Campbell, D Colulc, K. Conley, lvl. Corl, B. Crider, J. DeBoard, M Dettinger, J Dillon, F. Diller, A. Dissinger, R Dlx, A. Drawbaugh, Elicker, B. Ernbick, M. Eppley, J. Evcrts, R. Fetrow, C. C File, C. Filson, A. Fisher, B. Fisher, D. Fisher, J. Flegal, J. Flurie, R. Fogle, W. Fox, K FOX, S. Frank, R. Fry, K. Frye, A. Fuhrman, D. Fulton, P. Fulton, P. Garrett, W George, K Clcnn, B. Graham, M Gray, B. Griffith, A. Grim, D X Cirofl,J X Gross. J Grossman, J. Guyler, J Haas, D. Hake, C. Hays, W. Hcnch, C. Henderson, Hicks, J. Johnson, E. Johnson, J. Jones. G. Kaley, J, Keller, B Kcrstetter, P Kohr. B Krone, lvl. Kunkel, J. Lambert, C. Lambert, D Lantz, J. Lantz, W. Lechthaler, N. '. E" Lengernan,W, , wifh ambifiom lofaJfL5, Aincere ll. ' - gk. D I of N1 Q. 'vh- P-ug! tha as 3 , Q af' 5. ui I Aa. R. X 5 . 'ef :S .gy V , Q 16' .9. ss., ik' P1 .9 w. re50fulfi0m S .C -v fa g F i i :. K ' F tp A GX .si l . K 1 ' 'i - ... 6, .J ll-' 5, ., . Q D ti, . 3 l 1 x . . K F . '.. ' f x 'F - wh msn: .XS A C. 11 X Fi f- 0 F A r , N 3 I K , A M . -x J Q Q ' . -sg, f-. F fi vw . F ,s ,Ls f ,., - Q., ' J f C. . It uf -. .J iif, - N . . ' J , A . 5' ' 1 'DY' 179 . xi, U ,l Pj .1 A V fa . W N wi I li ii V Hx ga... ,a ' fx F . , .Lx , 3 V, . ,ET ,A K li ' nik 1 it x X W l limw... . s F Q9 x Dj X' l 1 'P 'N Q B i 'f A 3 1 C 1 ...J an foarficayoalfe in ffm whiff of acfiuified ' ERN, RL l lx f , 35' I wi 'X-, X 2 X X., ix , sl ' 'J C i .I . 'E .. K. Jm,,h 'A fs z J N :ay ... M . . iv. 9, . . y Ei. . av is ... J . i 53. kwa. fs: .- vgtai .ki .. ,Y S .. i -.. N4 . X sl f ' 're 4 54 4. impibb k x . . ARF. .l. A .VN W I 'N ,N l 2. : M Q-L W ,ii , Xix x S X F. . lla . X ig.. S l l ni 33 is . if Qi.. -. ,f Y fag 'if fi R 'f??f1s,:ffEV . mga., , . ...F L O R T3 it X Ma, .. f J v l 1 :,i W . fi? W .y i2,-, . l M . ws ..X,QF.. l X if ,i , Qi: . . ff? r 5' I. W G 'nl' rf? K r il? S ,Q Us .. 'f Lentz, R. Lesher, B. Losh, J, Macfarlane, J. Mansberger, M Markley, E. Martin, E. Masters, B. MCClurg, L. McColIam, E. McCurdy, R. McGrath, D. McNeal, B. Merry, J. Mierly, C. Miles, Janet Miller, D. Miller, J. Miller, J. Miner, J. Minskey, D. Moody. S. Mowrey, B, Mumma, L. Mumrna, R. Myers, B. Negley, R. Nissel, C. Nye, L. Paul, P. Pecht, F. Peffer, S. Pierre, Y. Pines, E. Plantt, B. Powers, N. Prowell, E. Prowell, S. Rabena, R. Rea, J. Rehm, N, Reilly, L. Richey, K. Rigling, T. Rishel, S. Roller, J. Rosenberger, C Ross, N. Rudy, V. Ruff, L. Russell, J. Sandburg, P, Sandnes, M. Sandnes, N. Sawyer, R. Semoff, E. Shaffer, S. Shaffer, W. Sheaffer, B, Shimmel, C. Shoffner, L. Simmers, K, Sites, R. Slick, L. Slothower, B. Smith, C. Smith, J. Smith, M. Snell, E. Snyder, C. Snyder, L. Sockman, J. 45 uifczf in cz happy, ducceddfwf year Snyder, C. V J Sponaugle, J. 7 - Steger, L. , Stetler, C. rf, "' . Stefler, L, J . ,,, , ' W Stoner, L. I . Suduth, W. nf, .V Swain, C. A Sweeney, P, i "l Taylor, L. ' ' - ' Turner, P. J' ' ' ,. , Thomas, R. 'i' ,V , , ' Thompson, J, ' V Q 'i J Ulrich, J. ,,,f Q ,V X . V Thomas, M. , 5 5 1? Q1 'uf' Q 1 if Updegraff, R. 4 Wacker, W. " H Weakley, L. l" F at Wertz, R, ff' ,. ' ' Wertz. S. ' mf whnwmb, J. lip yyy, J , ' - White, Wild, A x Q Weaver, K. L , ig V '-Ffh.: Valle, J, , I, Whitebread, L. Wildman, R. Wilson, V, V V' ' Winter, K. ' . Wire, B. ,. ' Witherow, N. Wolfe, W. Yanonne, lvl. 1 S Yinger, C. J Yohn, E. I Yost, J. 1 Zeigler, N. ii . x, U LX 'J J X I X .g . W5 wwqrgipf-. M. . r xi K leaf' '- H W il-' lvl" K " 'nf- . H -.qv it . ia' i' Q Ii' 3 if. ,,, xx X .-.:..." fr , if if ww' U 1 1 1 H 4 lxsxl lrl. .Q W .Q gl- ' , r .g U- 5 J s - 2- 1, K -V l.. 3' 2 ,:. - ru , 1 va , ei was ' .. X. g me sry, we . . ' 1 V fs- is.. ,,f - Q 'H- 'fifss--'J L' ii I iii l c t C W , . ., I M Ql' Cv Top notch students . . . never fear taking their report cards home. Many hours of hard work went into earning A averages for these three underclass- men. Left to right are: David Base- hore, Mary Wagner, and David Law- Iey. i' R P , ,asf W X A 5 Aw men, we A0 AFWQVC lx J f . ' . 1.0. - . f , .AN Wig- . is T ... . 'ii r 3351 K'-uf f Xl. . .,,, Y . . , -in , ix B a Q -W . k .5 se v X, ' ' ' ' i .. 3 31. ,- . .f'.,,- MK i 'H U .is . ' ,.. vi , A . ,- , uk --.. 'S R f' Ml aka? w Beinhower,N l x ht 'P A if., ... f A 1 ' in-1 5 TQ . X J M A L h-'-A 5 , K 3 ,, A K V' i g A . ' is . "ii.:9 gif ,I . E P .L, ,Q xx., ,M Qzl, N mi, A af Class of l96I Ambitious officers . . . who launch their high school careers as leaders are, left to right: Patsy Troup, treasurer, Virginia Nye, secretary, David Lawley, president, and Brian Small, vice-president. Highlighting the year's events was the class excursion to Philadelphia and Valley Forge. The itinerary included Independence Hall, Christ Church and Franklin lnstitute where they observed the paths of the new satellites, The class assembly and party concluded the agenda. -i Acri, C, Alber, A. Albert, N. Altland. P. Andrews, B, Andrews, J. Arnold, W. Artley. J. V '-..x A Avery,J. ' .V T Babbitt, D. t f Bartholomew, B q iii." 1 . T- . . Baum, B. V E , , i' A Berg, H. ' I ' Berkheimer, B i n A , 1 i -x - Besteder, D. ' ' ' l,".,i ' Betz, P. Betz, R. . V'-- 4. A Bistline, J. J Bitterman, D. ., ,.,,, I-Q, - lu: 1 . Blffflef, ' " i is gf" H13 Blouch, L. 5 A , V ' Bostdorf, R. , Bowen, K. if. X s me 1 5 w , lj ' , ' li Bowen, P. , K -,'- .gi .I 37 1,i ' A T' 's' Bowers, C. Q liil fa ,,,,, 1 ' J , Breder, J. if ' ,Egg yds 55 Brinton, B. i lit? A A V ,, Brothers, L. 4:26 if - Brown, C. 4 C " f-' Burstiner, A. ' J ' - Butler, M, .3 47 322 wx, 'lbs 31. ,.-.. - .- 1. -ifliii. Y . 1 ll.. Ill l Q A, 1 Ag. L.. 'Ava x X Y. i f by to four fimilyvzf yearn af ffL,eJwLD A A , +2-1 if: , ! , . Q , 5 Q, , . 0 my V . 7 4 .., , in ' wr Fil X - tiff, . l M ff ,il K . A 'T I Rf 5, Clem, D. Coffey, C. 1 A I .- ,- Collare, . Conley, J. C0nley, L. Corl, M. , L 9 , SB, ', I ColernanbE. va, 'wil' a L i .. JN u x If ,Ii Croke, T. Currey, J. D1gle,D. Danncr, D. DeBoard, R Diller, Z. Donley, E . Daebieni. . . . ,ak . . XX rf B 1- 7+ ' i. V-N' ty K R L ,Vi J 'Ff,,Q'gr. , uf xgx K. 1. Dmvk, D. Dravk, H. Drwwbwugh, S Eaton, T. Eheling, R Eicholberger, J Emcrick, J H Y Dorwa , i TN " ,Q T 3 . ,Q i x y , ...J HQ --flu. .4 ls A A T Y uf' s . K 91. 2 R . Engle, J, Eppley, J. Eshelman, D. Evans, R. Fefterhoff, B Fife, P. Filson, P. Fink, G. Fink, L. Fisher, B. Fisher, D. Fisher, W. Fitting, F. Flanagan, T. Frye, C , 3 P A Forfr1Cy.S. l J of x is .7 ia we 'Q' WS' W ,Q " . if , DAL ' l fvl F 'ki-5 ie, K M ,. K . ,iv J .f F . 'S live H T at 1, X ' L ,4 I . ' f 1 tg, 2.7 I N if QS ...lf li Q if Q. J Q i Q, . f J, Q, . . L. Si ,K S4 l 5-:M 'tr "xv L 3? R-'I --+ . Z r H. 4 ' S. ll:- Y y 8 x Garmari, .T. George, R. Glenn, C. Good, J. Good, N. Gordon, A. Grayluill, D. Gramm, B. Gross, L. Grossman, H Gruver, H. Haines, H. Hale, C. Halsey, N. Haring, L. Harlacher, S. Harris, P. Heim, D, Hennessey, J. Herr, G. l-limes, B. Hoar, S. Hocker, R. Horton, B Houser, S. Huber, S. Hughes, R. Hughes, S, Hunter, B Johnson, T. Jones, S Jusfh, B. Kauffman, R. Keffer, W. Kennedy, M. Kerr, L. King, L. Kirkpatrick, Klinger, M. .fgcfzieuemelfne feacferdfwyo, difwcew are fha 90046 . , J. ,. Q rd, HU M? I 2 . .. .. . i 4 I . vi, . : F K fx. L 'K " x Kohr, A. Kopp, R. Kunkel, B. Lambert, W. Laughrnan, C. Laughman, L. Lawley, D. Leedy, L. Leese, T. Lehman, R. Lenker, J. Lesher, D. Magna, E. Mailey, M. March, D. Mariner, J. Martson, D. Marzolf, T. Mathers, J. McDoneI, D. McFarland, D. Menear, J. Miller, R. Miller, S. Millington, T. Mills, C. Moore, D. Moran, M. Nebinger. C. Negley, R. Neidig, A. Noll, M. Noll. M. Nye, V. O'Neal, K. Orner, D, Oxenford, S. Painter, P. Page, R. ,'b. A fi' 'l if in K - w r' - 'f m J 1 . . X15 ,,,,,,.q, , I ' 2. . if . ' fn s ... . .. . . . . L.YLx. . . Xhhgry A K A var' . In i ll. F n " I it ,Q M '55 . g ,, i . isps, . . , , ., 1 - 'ii e , f .ig +C Parfherrllxore, B. - J Payne, . Payne, F. Payne, R. Pecht, K. Peffer Potora, . Pofora, J. Potts. J. Price, E. Prowell, S, ,D. E Prowell, 5. Rehm, P. Richcreek, M. Richter, P. Rockey. D. Rockey. J. Rushik. J. Schreiber, C. Shaffer, J. Shaffer, M. Shaffer, M. Sl'1arnbaugl1,R. Shelley. S. Shusser, B. Shoffner, R. Sherfzer, S. Q, -'Li .- ,.. K J ,,, . . .K Q Ak 5.5, 5' lg in I . : .Ji K ,Mi I -i 4 iii A ' ' ..... A .N ,Hs . if 5 , X . . 3 . . - il u- v-.ggi LW ., i . . H . . . EMM 25 .,. 22.1 - 2 fi W V I Nik Pill J Y ig 1 .1 Ox L .. 3 xi. 1 i if .3 A? I "i J 1 . .. EQ t 'W' we Y 3 x x an ,M FN. M J. . . 3 ai S S i 'Kr J. .Q - fl . - 3' - - sg-1. - . 92 -X J i S . ...,.,.. li X 1 Q. W nz , vw Q.g. , '55 J.. 6 i if XY, Da? va .fs if W 1 H1-me 'Q Wm . qs' T ' ,V . i d-w .. hs- qgk 6 FQ 'n x E , . . Q f- 1 JVJ a f.. Ji -A Q., fv' if ' - is-"V W, 1 ' 'I J i'f: .AL M X ' iff Xu m..'M qi gy :J 'i, ts . 1 L 1 . Y. LIZ:-" 1 9-if. ,L EQ L xl K D ,t xi, x A 3 1 I in Es ASP? SF. J .7 ., L., I, K x in cz uariefy of covrmw, cfvcbd and organizafiond Smith, P. T Smith, R. ' Smyser, P. Q Snyder, C. ' f is. Speck, B. Q Stahl, hr -1. ' A ' X Steely, K. i K if t t Small, B. f- I Stouffer, J, AA 'f"'Q Strauss. M, -' - Sykes. O, ' ' Terry, R. ' ' - Q Thomas, J. E ' Thompson, C. f ' Thompson, D. Trimmer, R. , -X K Troup, D. W Troup, P. , 1 . Troup, A Q .5 . up Troup, . . Trotter, M. M - -f Ullrich, C. ' ' Vallecorse, J. g, . . Vastine, E. i M Am 4 95? Vaughn, P. " Wagner, V. - 5 Q weagie, M 2-Q3 Weltmer, B. Wertz, J. ' Wertz, P. Wire, L. Whitesel, S. fl. Wintermyer, C 1 .' H' . K Winterrnyer. P f ' Wise, F. 9 M Q Wynck, D . 4, S J ""' Yinger, J. "N - ' Yohn, R, S' , -7 Yorty, S. X . V 1 V Young, J. XX ' i X, X . e , X Zcigler, E Zimmerman, J . ' Junior High Trio . . blended their voices to perfection at the community Christmas program. The girls are mcmlucrs of the seventh grade chorus which also appeared at the concert Left to right are: Susan Miller, Laura Smith, and Connie Fetrow. 5 E- .xx as - .sf U A X 5, A Y Tx if XT J to 'Eb in 's NSA ova X in . Q5 ' S L.. if x - X ss. .N If R. I 'N JK 3 at If 6166! C!6'L.'5:5l4'Ldf85 we JAH!! VLQUQI' 0l"g2t KENNETH PHILLIPS ln Memoriam Tho' only fourteen, he was called away From the class of "6l ", A shining example of a fine young man Who was liked by everyone. His personality won him friends His enemies were few, There was always a smile and a cherry For everyone he knew. Altho his work on earth is through And from friends he had to depart, A memory of him will linger on In each and every heart. And so from the classmates of "6l To a friend who was loyal and true, We dedicate this page and poem ln memory of you. hello J Y "6l" 5 eigliffi gm em, we recognilfion or if g . V! QS, i ll Q ms gg . -5 . f' "- an ls. J if 'Z si x.. LX gl 5, i ,, xv. ,. 3 Looking ahead , . . to four great years are the eighth grade presidents, left.to right, standing: Anna Mae Coble, Thomas Freed- man, Robert Sanderson, Ronald Altland, Kirk Firestone and Robert Cook. Seated: Carolyn Strausbaugh and Carolyn George. Four times a year, these industrious officers organize for dances at the high school. The main attraction for students was a talent show, February 7. Patty Dean and Mary Jo Salee lent their talents to a charleston num- ber. Solo song numbers were perfected by Susan Merriman, "Tammy," and Russell Marzolf, who sang "He." X ,521 . :hill 'V' Q 7 W lf , if 'J ' V g , Six if f is A A Q 9 W ...Ti . Y I - W- af r gl i ,NF ,ig ., Q B . t X 3 g J I W r" Aikins, L. Albright, C. Altland, B. Alton, R. Andrews, S. Atkinson, L. Baer, R. Baldwin, R. Baney, C. Barkanski, L. Bates, John Beachley, E. Beard, W. Beckley, R. Beinhower, A Beinhower, H Beinhower, R. Beitler, K. Bell, N. Bennett, A. Benyou, J. Bertolette, D. Biller, W. Blazer, D. Blazer, L. Bonsol, D. Bowers, R. Boyle, J. Breach, M. Brightbill, K. Brosius, M. Brubaker, P. fi 1 our Anafczcng ac ieuemenfd. MAJA zeal ana! Jloirif Buss, D. A Campbell, J. . Carey, S. -5 ' 'f Cline, L. :-. ,wg Clousen, N. " .I ., fl J Goble, A. - lg J Conley. E. - " ' Conley, R. "'gM..' V, '-. , , B IVI: Conley, V. ' K Cook, R. if , 'X Cori, J, .A f 1. W , ., Cornman, D. 6 f r Cornrnan, P. ., . jr l 'E , Creaven, C. . Ll A-.xlye Cressler. C. ' ' h . 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A W H , j ' Hafbold- P- X H .... f 'mga D- fs F15 ag, , Eiga . f. ng ' 7 , . . ..L ,... ali Haring, R. " , l-larkins, W. ' ,I A ,f , . A '- Hallachef- J- . Iii . 1 I - , Harlacher, lvl, r l " , ',, lg ' ' HBH. W- ' ."- . Henderson, K. l ' ' A A - A Herbin, L. A Hetriclc, . Ie. , A Hake, R. . L . - If-f x A - HOlder1, D. 5 -X Hoover, J. f W . 4 F4-2 W. HOUSQV- K- ' .. - Israel, R. -, ' I ew 2 ,fl , x w Q Johnson, . Johnson, . Johnson, , -" l ' , ...H , . as M K 1 f we 'Y X ,. lr S --1, fl .. 2' ... .4 m 'f 1 X K . . -,iv ?f,.-2 .-.' f -1 5 Q l ja 9 - H in 'V 1 m 1 , lr lg., .Q yy ve- Q. YQ, . . X , J L lg J lil . 3, -I,- iw " L.. M Q ,X L i js. . K 5' ' ' gy . K, ' lv . g . . g, 5 U ll' rl rl- . if , V ' '-.F , . 45 A l nf X ' A x J 6, Q. -K J Ira .Qs W8 61,668,915 th? Ch6L!!QlfLgQ i0 010 and fQ6Ll"lfL Johnson, R. Jordon, A. KeeCl'1,N Keefer, C Keen, H Keith, R Keller, R, Kelluson, P. ll Kersfetter, R King, P Klrne, R Kosher, P Kohr, R Krone, C Krone, R. Kuhn, A Kuntz, J, Lake, J. ' Lecsc, R. Lcngel, C Lengeman, E. Lcntz, M, Lentz, R Linn, M. -'L Lrwlab, J Lohcnrlz, M Lotz, D Lulnc, D Lumlecn, K S Manning, W 1 Mnnslwrger, M Martson, K '94-I Marzolf, R Mcclosky, D MrElhf'ny, T Mclnfyrv, R Q McNeal, D ' Mvdlm, W Mucrlvy, C Mules, J 'X 5 Mnllrlr, N Muller, P Mrllcr, W Moore, C Moore, R xy I Moorlnf-ad, E X Morrlse1tQ,C, " Mwrovnclw, R L- ' Mowrcy, W Mummn, S Myers, F Myvrs, J Myers, L Nauglc-, N Nr-lscn, N. Nelson, J. Noll, H Orl, D, Qrt, M Pnnntcr, J 4 Rnsclmll, S ' ' Paul, S b Rcfhl, R s, Q -. "-':.Z' :l' n - f , . .l L x 5--Q xi ow. VA A 1 G 4 Qi! PQffQf,P X 5,3 , Peffer, R pl'1lllIDS, D --. , Pucrrc R . s Rupp, H 4 r Pnorman S ly cs, J PU Jl ', R ' R R . I ' ' ' I I fl Rrwmer, B rr Q, ,X K'-cg, A 1 l F- V : .W 1 vs ' I! ' lv.. ty, is ' x Q J x I L ,, in 123753. ,Q ' zfhoae IR +1 A -A - f -af f ,nw I J ,wr 'N R VSA- J ., " f IM' ,Z Rl ' Q., , , MJ, B Y. 2,93 ,NA V -,gs , VO, A v N it , f .ist , lf, -. Q, I is it 'fl 5 ' ,Y H- 6 H 1 'T f 5 R Q , , x i L, ds L . 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Wim 'fn W. . fry .Clif '-1 ,ff Ki Y, Q. . w vw, si it QV if ,ip .- Reynolds, C. Reynolds, H, . Rider, F. 'L' Rimel, C. Russell, C. Sallee, M. Sanderson, R. Sandnes, E. Sandnes, J. Saylor, N. Schell, D. Schminky, W. Sellmeyer, S, Sharp, D. Sheaffer, C, Sheaffer, S. Sheaffer, W. Shettel, C. Shott, J. Shuler, J. Slaseman, A. Smith, R. Smee, R. Smith, C. Smith, J. Snell, C. Sockman, A. Soles, B. Souden, M. Spoonhour, D. Sprinkle, T. Steffen, N. Steigerwalt, C. Sterner, E. Slrasbaugh, K. Stubbs, K. Swank, C. Sweeney, J. Taylor, D. Titler, J. Trout, V. Ullrich, J. Ulsh, R. Watts, D. Wells, L. Whire, Wi Willaims, A. Williams, F. Williams, J. Will, D. Wilt, C. Wise, C. Witters, R. Wolfe, P. Wortman, W. Wrightstone, J. 55 Q. Y. .,.,' A , 5 Aeuenlf gm em, we oloe fo gn I l ST .g in r L, ,.,'x N L sif' vb I -s J Ks' K . L A 1, . A H 4 . 5 4 A-W l, vi 'fllitli Preparing a calendar . . . of scheduled events for the coming year are representatives of all seventh grade home rooms. Because of lack of classrooms in the main high school building, the ancient fifth street building became the temporary quarters for seventh grade. Improvements and changes made pos- sible a cafeteria and home economcis facil- ities. Chorus, Library, science and home ec clubs provide extra curricular activities. The big social event of the season was a Spring Hop on April I8 for junior high school stu- dents onlv. Pictured at left, seated are: An- drea Hillburn, Marjorie Linn, Mary Steely. Standing: Paul Tebbs, Robert Orr, Marinell Hess, Richard Gilmer, Harris Swain. .-L ' ' Anderson, D. A if Anderson, D. f . Andrews, L. l . y '51 Aubrey, E. K g Bair, 3. , - Beitler. Ci. 4 Benedict, T. , .J .W W 'Ly 'GSP' l dt i.. 1. SWB' X ,X 4 " Beshore, R. S V T , , Bishop, M. 2 ."- H 3 . , Bistline, J. ,qs as Blessing, J. ' Yr- W' ,, Bohl, J. A ff' Borke, C. ,X . Bostdorf, N. ' 3 Bowen, J. Bowles. t. . Brenneman, C Q is Brink, C. ' il' ' . . Brooks, R. S A A ' i Brown, D. W J X, 519' Brown, M. J A 'J i l E31 NJ 5 Y' ' Cassell, J. , . Christine, C. '-. . Cline,J. Clouser O. tx 8 E ' jr A t ru X ' Conley, B. :X t Y l s I 3 ' we . i . Conley, D. - Conley, L. X' Conley, L. x Ii c" ' l.. A mg 919 Olftl' ,O 61,08 Conley, R. Conley, W. Conle .Wm- Y Coppolla, J. Couffer, B. Creager, J. Cresdnzi, C. Dagle, L. Danner, J. Deibler, D. Diehl, W. Diller, R. Donley, L. Donden, R. Elicker, D. Elliott, J. Elliott, W. Eppley, K. Eslinger, E. Esfep, D. Fasnacht, P. Ferree, B. Fetrow, D. Fefrow. J. Fisher, K. Flanagan, R. Fortenbaugh Fry, L. Frye, A. Frye, C. Frye. H. Cale, K. Cilmore, R. Gish, P. Gordon, J. Coudy, D. C-ray, C. Cray, M. Griffith, H. Hale, E. Hale, R. Hammond. L. Handshaw, J Harbold, R. Haring, D. Harkins, R. Harris, J. Hartman, D. Haskell, V. Hauber, R. Helm, P. Henry, A. Herbin, L. Herbin, L. Hess, lvl. Hilburn, A. Hoover, C. Horne, lvl. Huff, V. Jones. T. Jones, W. Justh, A. Kauffman, C Kauffman, S .C. W f ll . Q .. 2 H . sis l .J N" Y rg X ,. ? ina Fw F as is my K 2 W' l, L 5, S' x ,Hs '41 :J N... is -x lair' 'i :E l My l 1 V. L. .l ic f' . 'I 3 " . C0lflfLPLiQ!g VLQLU- JCAOOK COWLl4fLlfLlfLLfy H , X- X g I. .H 5 .-f. J' l s r l 3 V: xv 2 .'.f i I... ikyiyi 1 ., J law.. f f . ffl 'W il? 2 M ..V mr' ""' "" - - J 7 ' J X .. X J ,' ..-- - V ..., if in 41 gr I - if . 6,5 ' 9 4, Ja? fx XM? I f -. J l 'WW W e W 1 'xi lw . TN ills' -. li- . s..s if Q .ri .ii ' ,lx wa X Ai, il . S 2 lirnyli:-J' . , .. ll ii QF' 4. 1 qi but S. .Q 3 gi 'Q 'K 'Q fi A xg. X . 'S- i .M . . H l . l ver? war 55 on Jfeloloing Afone I 5 v .Nl ' S' I si . ie? MQ .. I J. ,,. .J . J-1 F x 5iik!g'sl i ii Nnnhh. Y . S I-. Xl. -iii- 'K .Q , ,age ii A Sy, W b 2. 1 V W. . 'N , Er" 551 6 a I I 3331 ,YJPA 55: f J A 4 Q A. it Ky 1 yn Q 15 R ,xxx l 3,1545 R. if 01 '-'1 . . gk li 1. , fr J 'K Q -4- . Q 'w f '1- Wx ,if is is I gb -.. .4 'J ww, . ?U 0 'fx N ,. k fr' 'A Kccfcr, D. Kcefcr, J. Keefvr, R. Kccley, L. Keller, D. Kcnnady, B. Knuth, R. Kochcnour, M Kohr, J. KriCk, A. Kunkel, B Lambert, J Lanfz, P. Lnughman, P Laughrnan, R Lehman, B. Lcngrmnn, J Lcnker, J. Lilley, J. Linn, M. Lloyd, J Loftus, M. Long, T. Manwlllcr, D Mcrrow, S. Mcssinger, C Micrlcy, R. Miller, F. Miller, L. Montague, T Moyer, B Muth, J Nauglc, K Ncbingcr. C. Nccly, D. Nogley, C. Negley, J. Ness. D Ness, R Olr, L Ort, D Ort, B Ort, R. R.1rThc'mGrQ,Ci Payne, J. Pierce, L. Pvc-rcc, M. Pocvier, J, Raffcrty, J. Rankin, B Rankin, R. Rccsc, J. Rciff, J. Reilly, R. Richey. S. Rider, G. Rlfc, D. Roush, J. Rudy. C. Rudy. N. Sanderson, P. Sanger, B. Sandncs, E. Schrack, M. a VA Ni l -1 'WSJ ss fi' in dig vu Y Seitz, J. Shaffer, C. Sharar, J. Sharar, W, Shenk, R, Shettel, L. Shreiner, D, Shuler, D, Shuler, J. Shuler, P. Shutt, M. Simcox, J. Simmers, J. Simpson, C. Sipe, M, Smith, D. Smith, L. Snell, A. Snell, R. Sorenson, N. Spangler, D. Spoonhour, K. Steely, M. Stone J Stoner D Sullivan R, Swain, R. Sweigert, , Taylor, F, Tebbs, P. Steger, G. W Terry, W, Thomas, T. Tritt, W. Trotter, N. Troup, D. Turban, C. Ulsh, K. Umphred, J, Umpleby, C. Van Natta, J. Warren, C. White, S. Whitebread, R. Whitesel, C. Wiest, D, Wilt, H. Wintermyer, D. Wintermyer, R. Wise, J. Wolfe, R. Wright, W. Yinger, C. Yohe, C. Yohe, D. Yohe, M. Yost, R, Zeigler, L, Zimmerman, B Zimmerman, L Zimmerman, R ca on? ffm l06LfA fo 9r0LJvwLfi0n I S . , .,,y K , I J is 5 -SM. . . - . L. C i f Y is H1 lk' . 1 . " ' js? r .Y x . S f ,,r ii d-lv'- . Q -.ii -r he si -t 53' s. tt i ik . , . K ,.. V. S it X J L if V F. ,, ,JB iv QR . T , 4? 15 3450, 1 AT , , sr. in W1 S W Xl? x 's .. , at f., ut fe . W .sv 3 li vs- W .. .I - I L., 0 . . s x X. ..:i , ,Q 'J J X! Ex X "' JN ,i -tx' it 'CQ ' .ix X El fx All N .. ,... . i ... gd, .. J . lf ill , X EE XA 9' J , aw, . I Y. tx 4 Q it if , .i - J , ':'iS1i . ls L J ' ' at it .ill S . - -. 'L' LJ .yi ..,. 5 ' iq! 59 .rs X x Genius disdains a beaten path. It seeks regions hitherto unexplored. 9 I Mag 1 we--M . n A sf ...Q-.-vw,-......,xV , .- it . X an gnu fag -3 X K 4 P5 2 mr KLM fL0lfl 146 nuff" Hub of activity . . . scene at left shows part of the daily routinc in a busy school office. Mr. S. P Bomgardner, principal, explains report to secretary Gloria Wilt as Kathy Earles answers one of the many telephone queries with Mr, John Johnson, assistant principal, looking on. 0 Maintenance men . . pause for the camera- men during a usually hectic day Below left arc: Mr, John Hutton, Mr. Isaac Kline, Jr., and Mr, Isaac Kline, Sr. l Hurrying to classes . . . through iamrned halls students find time to let off steam or escort steaclies, Below right, seniors Dennis Yinger and Larry Bowers lead the pack ' 0 deriovw LUOIWA Airing AVLLJAQJ loroofzfici 5055 aclfion. Sq ' il Q .df A kssg A 9 tv. stmbmgtf Surprise party . . , faculty members and office secretaries take time out for a birthday celebration for Mr. S. P. Bomgardner, pictured at right, seated: Miss Kathy Earles, Mrs. Marjorie Walters, Mr. Bomgardner, Mrs, Mary Hendriksma. Standing: Miss Gloria Wilt, Mr. John Johnson, Mr. Charles Cemmill, Miss Blanche Slaybaugh. 0 Chow line , . , forms as Junior High students file in for first lunch period. Pictured below left are: John Campbell, James Williams, Terry Mcllheny, and Robert Bowers, 0 Big pay-off . . . as students reach end ot the food line. The school cafeteria feeds about 700 daily during three lunch periods. Shown below right: Mary Jo Sallee pays Mrs. Manwiller, cashier. '51 n al' l- if lr? 'I r. AlI's quiet , . . on the study hall front as seniors dig into books for a period of serious work. Pictured at left are: Joe Hooper, Harry Yost, Dennis Yinger, and James Firestone, -f1r I Cfadjroonw a 50 prov! Q hlmncifalfion 3 705 4469 :AW Potent brew , , . in the making delights watchful chemists. At left, Robert Hall and John Brinkley gleefully note the reaction. 0 Senior physicist , . . discusses his science display for Chartier Club members. Below right, Larry Spangler explains the harmonic motion of pendulurns. i Math whiz . , takes over to explain a difficult algebra problem. Above, Tom Croke illustrates squares and cubes with instructor Mrs, Dorothy Denison looking on. 0 Future scientists . acquire background in various sciences and learn skills in operating scientific instru- ments. Pictured at right are: Darryl Wyrick, Mr, Lester Rockey, Fawn Fitting and Carol Bittner. 64 ' I ,l s. I Qv!,r' ' u Q l E is , W 4 M . i x i li Vive LA ,Q 'Fwco Correct Phonetics . . . are essential in speaking French prop- erly. At right: Nancy Handshaw, Toni DiRoberto, Peggy Seibert, Jake Myers, go over pronunciations after a record session. 0 English project . . . requires all freshmen to prepare autobiographies as part of composition writing. Below, right: Matt Moran compares his record with other projects on display, or Ward offfifzfwe lorodloerify. ,X X if Q i i c 'Fr ' tkgmeh' i .' i it ' f i L':3'w"fl 1, 'ity si , be 9 f'o, . -L ,I 'c .. , X f 0 if , tw A V, fd.: 5,4 ' 1 I if , A I . J, 5 Senior Panel . . . leads discussion in English class on Elizabethan players. Above, left: Patty Miller, Mardee Altland, Larry Spangler listen attentively to arguments presented by Jerry Brackbill. 0 Good will ambassador . , , in the person of General Umberto Mariles of International Horse Show fame addresses the Spanish classes on international re- lations. Pictured at left are Mike Aubrey, Mary Cladfelter, General Mariles, and Miss Ann Blecker, Spanish teacher. 65 1 wuz' l lf' , 14,15 NE A, e ma e me 0 new mefA0f!5, QJQULCQ5 qfj Ever sf? I Pennsylvania History comes nliye as frm'-.hmt-ir drive-lop orrginal ndeas on our past from Amrsh doll-. to the present turnpike -.y-,tem Shown at right looking over the tliaplny of l1I'Ujf'll'i art-' Joe Mariner, Rosalie lvlumnm, Snnrlm Stahl, .ind Charles Brown 0 ACES program gives senior problems of rlc'mnrr.iCy rl.iu-,vs opportunity to SPE' lrrr.il rmlu--,try IH nrtion Below. Ron Mc- Crmry, Toni DrRolit-rtn, and Peggy Seibert paiisc' in their llntriot-News tour for some riiivstnnns on t'iigi'nyinr,g ,... s 1 wr..--'-"" ggi 'S ll at a Y--We Original lllustrations , Show outstanding features of each period of world history, Be- low, right, putting the finishing touches on one of the drawings is Kathy Alhaugh with Bob Apgar, Suzan Brnmlvley and Clifford Becktel as assistants, I Relief map . , of Pennsylvania with light to represent his- torical locations and major cities of the state is displayed by its builders Below left are. Donald Crayhill and David Bitterman who worked many extra hours on a special Civics proyect I ' i 4 66 l 's , rx., i ' . A " 2 1' ' X 1 -, ' . ,tl fo :flour on c Q55 rooafine 13 Ass Happy vocalists , , . work together on a chorus number in preparation for the spring concert, Shown at left arei Charles Hoff- man, Linda Wise, lvlardee Altland, John Bowen. 0 Skilled artists , , . gather around a showing of individual paintings submitted by junior and senior art students. Shown below admiring their work are: George Atkinson, Kathy Hooper, Nancy Coble and Fred Orner. Poster specialists . . . design and paint post- ers for school clubs and local organizations or tor various types of competition, Below, left, Patty Miller shows progress of her work to Dennis Bair, 0 Talented Musicians . . , enioy a practice session as the concert band gets together for an early morning meeting. Pictured, below left, are: Carleton Garrett, Claudia Bair, Peggy Seibert, and Tom Burk- hart, accompanist. i w 4 mawm1w1xn:sznssnmQm-.m-vm1aasw1tms-u-miif+:ta -- s sl. n-171s -if. lc. - 'vcr - f f i -' ,:nswL1 67 Cgcwefviffy prepare lorofecfd, re orfd I School nurse . . . uses the telebinoculars as a special vision test. At left, Miss Dorothy Dunkleberger checks Robert Frank. 0 1 J 1,1 I tit gx l Display artists . , . prepare a bulletin board for the 9th street fover to appear in a Bell Telephone magazine. At right are: Suzanne Weigle and Nancy Coble, steno club members Office practice , provides opportunity for future sec- rt-tarws to learn to use various office machines, Above, Suzanne Vslmglv and Wanda Sbive prepare assignment lists on the duplicator, 0 lndustrial arts . , , student liarl Za-tglvr, right, uses infra-red lamp to soften plastics, Students tlisplav creative talents by fashioning original plastic craft articles lg W -S549 l is 7 mac mm ecome loczrf O! JMQ loroce owe Freshmen seamstresses . . . Barbara Parthemore and Sandy Oxentord, above, stitch blouses as they work to expand school wardrobes. 0 Speed and accuracy , . . is the aim of sophomore typists, left, Nancy Negley and Mike DeBoard. - sau -Q... png reign rf' " .-,4 1 .-if wif? Y X: If wwf Lonely female . . . above, Elaine Dorwart, only female Mechanical drawing student, keeps up with Gilbert Back- enstoss and John Cicking who are completing drawings, 0 Woodworking . . , claims the attention ot shop stu- dents Richard Ulsh and Earl Zeigler, left. l 69 we 5,9068 61, Q l C!LCL!LlfLg8f5 l 01,5 fo 9l"86Lt8l" Wrestling practice . . . Ralph Dillen tries to pin Ron Worley, right, as Bill Fasnacht and John Clicking officiate, New addition , . . to phys. ed. activities this year is archery. Above left, Terry Cris- sirtger and Patti Fulton take aim. 0 Grap- pling for top . , . position, above right, are: senior matmen, Carl Bruaw and Ernie Linn. 0 Bound for field . . . are NC's cheer- leaders. Mrs, Mary Paolone drives the school truck, right, while Nancy Wigfield, Barbara Parthemore, Joyce Prowell, Sally Mnnskey, Judy Sponaugle, Susan Lengernan and Sandy Oxenford enjoy the ride. 70 av' 5 ' i . .. z.a S an f"v f X Talented underclassmen , . . Leslie Mumma, interpretive dancerg Kenneth Bowen, piano virtuoso, and Carol Sandnes, accomplished public speaker, take part in many school assemblies. inferedf an elfalffwwicwnfi or maIf!L ana! fire Jciencw. eww l A f-aegis r.,if,.f J K be ,vp-Rx' .tt , 3iif"i, Qi, 4.7 . ,fi J ii. 1 . JJ' 9 K3 t, ! Efficient librarians . . . Patty Miller, senior library club president, and Penny Sandberg. junior lihrary club president, above left, set a good example for other librarians. 0 Con- sulting map . , . as they retrace the routes of their Christmas vacation trips are, above right: Gretchen Wright and Nancy New- comer, seniors, 0 Doing research . . . for an article on the composition of snow It-la? Hall these Times staff members pose on the greenhouse lawn Row one: D, Dix. N. Wigfield, J. Shuey, D. Bowles, C, Wright, J, Robertson, C, Reilly Row two: K Fry. S, Brambley, J, Bretz, P Seibert, lvl Altland, C. Small, N, Newcomer. J, Kep- linger, and M, Treder. 71 Strew gladness on the paths of men you will not pass this way again. - I , 1 v f 1 .. , t ,, ,M A . X dy ,M ,..,..,,fQQ ., , H . . ww I J . - L, , V A. w '---f-- I f-,, - H , A U W -V . . ,. Q - ' Q' H X F :wlixgl A 67 V, Wk . Fw-P -' ' A N -- ,, i f - - - A V -W H W- ,, .q..., u ' L.....b.,,.,.w .., . . , ., . . , ,. - i .,W..:- ww MW ,4 'L me Avwiedf Aovwd an on r our affr. ZQQJKHQJ cm I-'Qi mi. U3 'r I W 9 1 1,' .l H! L fl SHAWNEE editorial staff I'w.1r1f'd lay Mnrdoc Altland, 1-flltm nn chnvf, cha-rlf-N pictures to Inc uscd in NCR .mmml Tin'-,v gurlz. umicr thc supvrvesmrw of Miss Naomi IH-tr vt, ',!w.mwi IN thc rcsponsllnnlnty of prcpnrmg pictures .Iliff cfmpy lu r'm'A'! fha' final cfC'.uHlr1c' Sfaivd, ICH to rigl'1T1 rJf1lIi'V. ll Nvwcwmvr, NW Wright, C., Alflan d, M. Hrfwlw., ID. Rr-ally, C Starmdingi Ale-xandcrl XX, Dlx, ID. H.mrlul1,mw, N. Bowers. B 0 SHAWNEE business staff rhwr- .nl-gvttvra. Ivd by Tum Burkhart, lvuslmws zvmrmnpgn-r, wwvlfm Im fnrmnrc- ther yvarlnrvok, Tfwvv srmlict .Y4fX.'t'lfIt-IINH .null prc'p.1r4- mi Cfvpv Scnffd, loft tr: right: M.1ruM.1II, U, Iurlwlin-rgvr, J, VV1gfwld, N, Rohvrtsorw, 1, Huvl-hart, T, Clarita-Its'r. M, Prosscrk S Standing, Mnllr rl P. Hr-rw-mint. J' Hnckrrw-ttoas, J , Laird, NW Clam, H. fffVffI7'l.ll1, C 0 Staff photographers , , give' immrawl umlrlr .ml In IM' N5 Hu Tnrw1w..urwr1thr SHAWNEE Thvy .ufvufur umvw hfwurr, plmmtugraphlngl rivvnlping, printmg .mmf trwvrrirvwpg tht' mu--,-,.1ry whom for the schfvfvl puhluca- tr, 11 lfvny'y4',yIy,y.1yA,UVW thx'-Cc'vwc.11.wll schnol actlvitiu lt: Mlm '-mvltr ,wiv mmf ncivimr'-. thc' group L1-ft tw ugh! Fw tl Krvml-mr. Rfumlfi Tf'wm.u. Wnllitum AITIAW1 mv 11 flmlr Ufrrvfrx' 74 K D s f 24? Z 'V' fy?'l U 'x 67 Ma 51405 are az locwf 0 foifirifaorgdb J romfme 5, , I N NC Hi Times Staff . , . pub- lishes six issues a year as well as conducting an annual Christ- mas card sale and sponsoring two dances The Times has received All-American and Medalist ratings several times. Statt members are also active in the East-West Shore Scho- lastic Press Association, Seated, left to right: Dix, D., Reilly, C., Wright, C and Bowles, D, co- editers' Newcomer, N., Altland, Nl and Robertson, J, Standing, left to right: Fry, K., Bramb- ley, S, Bretz, J., Treder, lvl.. Shuey, J, Seibert, M., Kep- Iinger, J, Smith, M, Wigfield, N., Donley, C ,and Kremkau, F. N x A Jw 5 .Q2i. ?EE sn., Little Indian Staff edits the school handlnoirk which serves as a guide to iunior high pupils and new students The publi- cation includes athletic and ac- tivity schedules, a faculty direc- tory, cluh index, courses ot study and classroom locations Freshmen memhc-rs are chosen each year for ability in English and willingness to work, lvlr John Johnson, assistant princi- pal advises the staff Memhers are, lett to right. Chapman Nebinger, John Bowen, David Basehore, Diane Bowles, Ellen Coleman, Mary Vxfagner and Sharon Bricker 0 Radio Staff . , writes, edits and produces the School's Report programs heard on local radio station WCMB once every three weeks The staff, directed hy Diane Bowles and advised lay Mr. John Johnson, assistant principal, covers the news, sports and tea- ture activities of NC Hi Seated, lett to right: l-laas, D, Roluert- son, J, Treder, lvl., Stetler, L, Fry, K, Christian, F and l-lench, C Standing, left to right. Altland, Nl, Wright, C, Burkhart, T, Pierce, J, Ames, D, Richey, K, Thomas, R, Bowles, D, Reilly, C. li rgomrzafrolfzj ar Ln aferfeglorng La em Zio, Aeruice Student council , . . these rep- resentatives of grades nine through twelve represent NC students in matters of conduct and school policy. The council, headed by Tom Burkhart and supervised by Mr. John John- son, assistant principal, sponsors the Sadie Hawkins dance, the annual talent show and the Christmas party. Seated. left: Garrett, C., Yost, H., Wise, L., Cook, B., Burkhart, P., Shive, W., Bowles, D., Altland, M., Gladfelter, M., Wright, G. Standing, row one: Stouffer, V., Myers, J., Backenstoss, G., Cot- fey, R., Bistline. J., Altland, W., Dagle, W., Garrett, W., Law- ley, D., Ames, D., Kirkpatrick, S., Moran, M., Whire, H., Free- man, T. Standing, row two: Martson, J., Hughes, S., Miller, S., Lenker, J., Fulton, P., lnsco, K., Coleman, E., Strasbaugh, K., George, C., Coble, A., Shaefter, B., Elicker, B. National Honor Society . . . members are selected for qual- ities of scholarship, leadership, service and character. The group, led by Mary Gladfelter and advised by Mr. Gerald Brin- ton, social studies head, this year Installed a chapter of the society at Enola high school. Members must maintain their scholastic average to receive a certificate of permanent mem- bership in the society Seated. left to right: Meas, D., New- comer, N., Garrett, C., Moore, H, Burkhart, T., Gladfelter, M.. Robertson, J , Miller, P, Hand- shaw, N., and Bowles, D. Stand- ing, left to right: Wagner, M., Harlacher, L., Gotlob, S, Ag- new, R , Wiles, J , Simeone, R., Claar, W., Stoufter, V., Ludwig, J., Fortenbaugh, R., Zimmer- man, M., Altland, J, Ebert, C. Brackbill, J., Donley. C., Ebert. B., Knorr, J. Future nurses club is the newly formed organizatnon to stimulate an interest in the medical profession, Pictured row one-. Hostetler, Graham Wiles, Haring, Smith Row two: Henry, Sandburg, Coble, Lesher Karstetter, Elicker, Fry, Gris- singer, Bonner, Brown, Penrose Row three: Sheaffer, Baker Steger, Sandnes, Miner, Stetler Sponaugle, Sandnes, Slothower Davis, Martson, Eisley, Fager Sandnes, Conley, Batdorf, Alt- land Row four: Bennie, Stet- tler, Christian, Kunkel, File Turner, Snyder, Weakley, Alex- ander, Shaffer, Thomas, Myers, Rishel, Taylor, Fulton. Eberts I N vwzglfied Ar mem em LU 0 IOAGLJULVQ in fo 5 we! cfone Spanish Club . . . Students sup- port an orphan in Mexico as one of their chief projects. The big event of the spring social season is their May dance. Left to right, first row is Ross, N., Bricker, S.. Keith, B., Mumrna, L., Row two: Witherow, M., Sandberg, L., Bair, C.. Simpson, L., Gladfelter. M., Ames, D., Fager, C., Lengeman, S.. Wise, L., Row three: Allen, l-l., George, K., Myers, B., Dorwart, E., Sitz, A., Kipp, J., Rudy, L., Weltmer, C., White, J., Roller, J., Ludwig, J., Simonton, D., Aubrey, M., Baker, H.. Smith, M., Row four: Semoff, I., Klinger, P., Smith, M., Karstet- ter, P., Lawley, S., Embick, lvl., Kohler, E., Hamacher, D., Mart- son J., Biffort, M., Ebert, C., Chapman, W.. Lengemen, B., M ler, J., Backenstoss, G., Al- brey, M., Kauffman, G. K Latin Club . . . busy officers plan for the Latin Club Dance and the annual Roman Banquet. Members attended the State convention of the Junior Clas- sical League in May. Row one, right to left is Elicker B., Stet- ler, C., Sponaugle, J., Small, B., Nye, V., Rickey, R., Parthemore, B., Shelly, S., Row two: Fox, S., Richter, P., Miller, S., Epply, R., King, L., Lawley, D., Eichel- berger, J., Garrett, W., Weaver, K., Graham, M., Troup, D. Le Circle Francais . . . Meet- ings provided an opportunity for students to view slides of life in France. The club spon- sors a dance annually and buys records used in class to aid stu- dents with pronunciation. Mem- bers participated in the Christ- mas Carol Concert with a French version of "Silent Night." Seated, left to right: Wright. G., Gotlob, S., New- comer, N., Miles, L., Wigfield, N., lnsco, K., Shuey, J., Robert- son, J., Prosser, S., Handshaw, N., Eisley, S., Wagner, M., Coder, M., Montgomery, L., Bowles, D., Altland, M., Seibert M., Standing, row onei Batdorf, W., Wiles, J.. Kutz, J., Bair, S., Sandnes. C., Bachman, S., Altland, J., Burkhart, P., Pierce, J., Sirneone, R., Agnew, R., Row two: Ebert, B., Davis, J., Smith, M., Penrose, S., Gris- singer. T., Ernst, D., Forten- baugh, R., Myers, J., Burns. B . f -f 1 n ,Vw- Junior Historians Club . . . devoted their energy to binding a volume of Civil War letters which they presented to the Carlisle library. Seated, left to right: Coleman, E., Weigle, M., Nebinger, C., Crahm, M., Claar, W., Shaffer, J., Brambley, S,, Nye, V,, Yinger, J., Swain, C., Simmers. K, Standing: Moran, M., Fortney, S., Mr. Michael Homick, Filson, A., Hocker, R., Filson, P., Hennessy, J., Diller, Z., Andrews, J., Croke, T., Thompson, C., Millington, T., Hostetter, R., Houser, S., Corl, M. 0 Cafeteria staff . . . provides service with a smile in the cafeteria at the Fifth Street building and the Fligh School. Left to right: Vogelsong, S.. Brightbill, D., Thompson, T., Leedy, A., Coudy. M., Manwiller W., Bates, E., Harlacker, A,, Stouch, D., Witherow, D., Long, E., Lower, M., Murphey, M. l -frm l 9 ' v'li 4 tri are were acfiifrffi05--5l001fLLl0ufLe0m5 IO JOZVLVLUC Hi-Y . . . boys promote Christian principles through teen-talks and participation in the YMCA Older Boys' Conference. The club purchased a clock for the Library as a school service project Highlights of their program include the annual New York trip and a weekend camping trip, Mr. John Zitto ad- vises the group Seated, left to right: Kutz, R., Renninger, R., Thomas, R., President Altland, W, Yost, H, Pooler, D., Backen- stoss. O and Richey, K. Standing, left to right' Mr. Zitto, Weltmer, C., Donley, C,, Baker, R,, Bistline, J., Bair, D., Merry, J, and Bair, D Central Treasury . . . is the Fort Knox of NC Hi where these three student money masters keep the journals and ledgers of the funds up to date. Under the capable direction of Mr. Robert Deck student treasurers handle thousands of dollars each year for classes, clubs, budget and athletic association. Left to right: Mansberger, S., Stoner, K., Mr. Robert Deck. Wintermyer, L. or oz wi e ucwief 0 Lnferedf an ours 0 om Tri-Hi-Y . . . Guided by Mrs. Edith David, the club devotes most of its efforts to World Service. Meetings, Lenten Teen-talks and district get-togethers are designed to build Christian character. Left to right, row one: Spangler, Wright, Wise, Cladfelter, Handshaw, Bowles, Qobertson, Moss. Row two: Graham, Lengeman, Knorr, Denrose, Shuey, Newcomer, Colestock, Biffort, Snyder. Qow three: Harlacker, Lehman, Sockman, Miles, Miller, Dix, Hooper, Seibert, Prosser, Martson, Eisley, Peiffer. low four: Treder, Di Roberto, Shive, Backenstoss, John- son, Benedict, Simmons, Reilly, Clem. Row five: Kim- 'nel, Wigfield, Weigle, Minsky, Lawley, Keplinger, Drowell, Bowers, Batdorf. 0 Tri-Hi-Y . . . under the aupervision of Mrs. Audrey Roksandic, works to promote Ihristian character. The club sponsor's an annual dance and participates in the yearly YWCA excursion to New York in April, Left to right, row one: Seitz, Neiman, Caminski, Moyer. Row two: Meas, Carey, Bair, Alex- inder, DeBoard, Eppley. Row three: Kohler, Harro, finger, Harro, Cotlob, Mrs. Audrey Roksandic. Row our' Yinger Warren Batdorf Bonner Wei le l-lain Nagner. A .. 7 Vx I fr lg , rr Stage Crew . . , performs many vital services at dances, plays and assemblies operating the lights, movie proiector, records, and crystal ball. Boys are selected as freshmen and remain on the crew until their senior year. Seated, left to right: Croke, Miller, Bartholomew. Standing: Leedy, Thomas, Stoner, Stoner. O Scenery Crew . . . advised by Mr. Jesse Elicker, makes repairs and sets up scenery for school plays and assemblies. Seated, left to right: Meiser, R., Shuler, T., Nye, L. Standing: Mr, Elicker, McCreary, R., Lake, R., Whire, L., Klinger, M., Small, B., Fisher, B., Rupp, L., McCreary, L., Bair, D. ' I Red Cross Council . . , donates proceeds from the annual coun- cil dance to the National Jun- ior Red Cross to provide neces- sities for foreign children. The club organizes talent shows to be put on tor veterans and state hospitals. Row one: Claar, Colestock, l-larbold, Shaffer, Cruver. Row two: Robertson, Newcomer, Bowers, Turner, Shatter, Crissinger, Wise, Bat- dort, Altland. Row three: Elicker, Benny, Yinger, Albert, Yinger, Prowell, Nye, Kamini- sky, Baker, Andrews, Bowen, Dix, Fulton. Row tour: Ort, Paul, Coffey, Betz, Noll, Troup, Vastine, Bottiglier, Parthemore. Boys Athletic Club . . . com- rised ot boys participating in varsity sports and advised by Mr. Fred Peifter, faculty direc- tor of athletics, helps out at home games by keeping order. Senior lettermen will receive their letters through this club Row one: Losh, Miller, Rockey. Ozanne, Firestone, Leedy, Bruavv, Jones. Row two: Len- ker, Ross, Shuler, McCreary, Ames, Berg, Wolf, Miller, Wor- ley. Row three: Mr Fred Peif- ter, advisor, Drake, Linn, Ever- etts, Coffey, Renninger, Frantz Corl, Krone. Kopp Row four. Ruott, Rudy. Cook, Simpson, Weltmer, Stoufter, Backenstoss. lvlyers, Simonton. Row tive Brinkley, James, l-looper, Cross- man, Clicking, Phillips, lvlailey Dunmire, Dagle, Kauffman. 6U"C IUUI' LVLC U0 IIVL IWV5 NWLPI 56 2004 5fbLCL?lfLf5 21 Club . . , mans the conces- sion stands at all home athletic events and sponsors the White Christmas formal. These girls. under the supervision of Mr. Fred Peitfer, raise money to buy sweaters for NC's lettermen. All's not work, for members enioy an annual trip to the Ice Capades, ln the 2, starting at back: Wile, J., Coho, D., Rob- ertson, J., Alexander, A., Dix, D, Biftart, M., Miller, P., Win- termyer, L., Turner, P., Cris- singer, T., Snyder, T., Ebert, C., Seitz, A.. and Evans, lvl. ln the l, back to tront, Reilly, Ci., Batdort, B., Donley, C., Wright, C.. Vaughn, S., Batdort, W., and Handshaw, N. Library club . . . members work hard filing cards and checking books in and out. These assistants work dur- ing their study halls. Their annual event is a trip to Millersville. Row one: Wright, C., Shive, W., Quigley, N., Vaughn, S.. Shuey, J. Row two: Benedict, J., Grissinger, T., New- comer, N., Eisley, S., Wiles. J., Sand- berg, L., Martson, J., Miller, P. Row three: Miss Carole Koons, adviser, Robertson, J., Evans. M., Batdorf, B., Handshaw, N., Alexander, A.. Bair, C.. Snyder, T., l-larlacher, L., Fulton, P., Ebert, B., Wintermyer, L., Kim- mel, L. Junior Library Club . . . does its part in assisting with library activities. Magazine racks, card files and book shelves are kept in order by their efforts. They also enjoyed a trip to the Ice Capades. Row one: Jones. S., Elicker, B., Fulton, P., Sandberg, P., Shaffer, B., Nye, V., Bretz, J., Noll, M., Brown, D., McClurg, L. Row two: Pecht, K., Miss Carole Koons, Ross. N., Coleman, E., Steger, L., Richter, P., Painter, M., Parthe- more, B., Baker, R., Yinger, J., Wei- gle, M., Troup. S., Emerick, J., Heim. D., Troup, P., Winter, K., Whitcomb, J., Myers, B. am 5eM5afL5!6LclfL0n in Jerwce Steno club . . . members as tu- ture secretaries, assist teachers in typing, mimeographing and bulletin board displays. Left to right, row onei Coble. N., Mansberger, S., Reilly, C., Harro, M., Harro, M., Shive. W., Mrs. Ruth Roadarmel. Row two: Duncan, J., Prowell, J.. Bowers, B., Hooper, K., Win- termyer, L.. Weigle, S., Par- sons, C., DeBoard, S., Laird, N., Prowell, J., Glace, F., Turban, H., Shaub, E., Bishop, J.. Yinger, M.. Frank, M. Commercial Art Club . . . members make extra money for themselves and aid school and community organizations by de- signing and painting advertis ing posters. They also partici pate in local poster contests, under the supervision of Mrs. Eleanor Stanton, Art supervisor, Lett to right: Hain, S., Wise, L, Burns, B., Prosser, S., Dil- len, F., Miller, P., Fager, C. Wigtield. N., Sandnes, C. Coble, N., Shaefter, B. J IWILJQ Mixed Chorus partucepatcs in the Chrrstrnas Choral Cnncrrrt and the sprang concert as well as other school .twxrtmlvlvcs and cornmunuty rnusuc programs "The Lorcl's Prayer," "Oklahoma," and "Deep River" are popular Mlm,-rl chorus members, left to right, row one: Seibcrt. M, Knorr, J, Wintcrmyer, L, Altland, M, Miller, M, Krcmknu, F, Hoffman, C, Evvrlts, R, Miller, J Q Row twfn Wngtlclrl, N, Fry, K, Klunger, P, Dorwart, E, Clmllvltr-r, M, Bruclflcy, R, Urnpleby, C, Baclccnstose, C , Row thrr-cf l-lanrlshaw, N, Johnson, J , Peiffer, B, Rupp, L, Roller, J, Snrneone, R, l-lall, R, Stouffer, V, Htlrlfhart, P KAOVULJQ5 Aego fo 514,010 V l0fLlfL5fC6Z UlfL!'0ylfVL0lfLf KW 6L LVL Girls' Chorus rlxrc'CtCrl luv MISQ Ramona Lt-lm mul .wirkflrnpanmcl by Jucly Altlarl, p.1rtlCIDntc5'. nn thc Chrrxtmm Choral COnCCrt .mrl thv Sprung concmt Some, favoruto selec- 4 qi H8 I tv 1, 4 .2 r tmrw, .wrrt "CWC Ear Unto My Prayer," A'April Showr'ra" nnrl "Marianne " Row one' Mina' lvv. S, Hnrholrl, M, Brctaz, J, Wigflelrl N, Fmlwlck, M , Row two' Svrlwert, M, Fox, 9 , Turrwr, M, Ellckcr, B, Mules, L, Storwr. A, Hrnch, C, Bock, C1 Row thrcet Krpp, J, Brttlorf, W, Hfmrlshaw, N, Spangler, K, Martaon, J, Lcngemvn, S, Kc-plingcr, J, Bnllnrt, M, McCollnm, E Q Row tour Coho, D, Altlnnd, M, Kohlcr, E, Plnntt. B. Rupp, l , l?rrlvCrt'on, J , Conlrw, L, Rrullv, CJ, DC- Brmrrl, S. Claclfcltcr, M Y ff' ,arm ,N Mixed Chorus . . . under the direction of Miss Ramon Lebo and with Peggy Seibert, accompanist, plays an important part in furnishing Commence- ment music. "No Man Is An Island," "Give Me Your Tired, Your Poor" stand out in this concert. Row one: Weaver, K., Eppley, F., Baker, H., Sock- man, M., Bock, C., Kunkel, J., Bottiglier, E., Row two: Semoff, E., Fortenbaugh, R., McGrath, D., Benedict, J., Wise, L., Winter, K., Bowles, D., Row three: Garrett, C., Smith, M., Nonemaker, J., Bowen, J., Wiles, J., Sandnes, M., Shuey, J., Bricker, S, W! H i QJJ is cworife Caro 5, Aacre anfliemd, loolovjar Aaffacb Q25 QV 9 J fl 1 r s K 1 ' X Girls' Chorus . . . brightens the day with their early practices . . . old favorites iike "Rose Marie" and "Serenade" Row one: Daiht, C., Insco, K., Frye, K., Klinger, P., Kaley, J., Row two: Bowles. D., Kunkle, J., Sandberg, P., Myers, B., Draw- baugh, B., Crissinger, T., Mumma, L., Miller, P., Row three: Altland, J., Coder, M., Bonner, L. Slothower, M., Haas, D., Acker, S., Wright, C., Brown, D., Coble, K., Kutz, J., Row four: Batdorf, B., Donley, C., Dorwart, E., Sandnes, M.. Wiles, J., Stetter, L., Capito, J., Sponaugle, J., Winger, K.. Steger, G. Seventh grade chorus , , . gave its first concert as part of the school Christmas Assembly. Pictured at left, Row one: Seitz, Bair, Umphred, Zeigler, Row two: Cordon, Kohr, Simmers, Pierre, Ferree, Schrack. Row three: Helm, Alt, Couffer, Ness, Donley, Simcox, Row four: Lloyd, Kunkel, Steger, Benedict, Cale, Hillmurn, Row five: Kauffman, Eppley, Diller, Brenneman, Conley, Shuler, Smith, Merrow, Bostdorf, Sanger, Row six: Berg, Rankin, Beshore, Warren, Spoonhour, Anderson. Smee, Keefer, Crescenzi, Schaffer, Conley, Shuler. Q'0g jiri wvw an middfone cw ffm cvwfaizfa rode 01 Eighth and Ninth grade chorus . . . affords many Junior students an opportunity to par- ticipate in extra-curricular activities, Row one: Evertts, Keech, Wertz, Harbold. Row two: Wriehtstone, Coble, Biller, Ort, Bitler, A Johnson, Cuistwhite, Miller. Row three: Snell, Aikins. Ort, Shettle, Lengemen, Parthe- rnore, Harris, Sheaffer, Berg, Whitesell, Row four: Keefer, Shuler, Baney, Forfney, Fil- son, Marzolf, Russell, Yinger, Beckley, Kopp. 4 f ml W Seventh grade chorus . . . under the direction of Miss Ramona Lebo is a new choral group in the Junior High School. Row one: Keeley, Jones, Nebinger, Sullivan, Row two: Kauffman, Creager, Henry, Mummert, Christine, Rafferty. Row three: Fortenbaugh, Conley, Moyer, Conley, Eslinger, Gish, Row four: Fry, Aubrey, Rudy, Fetrow, 'KW Naugle, Hess, Michael. Row five: Rankin, Um- pleby, Cray, Kochenaur, Frye, Ness, Lengernan. Row six: Britcher, Handshaw, Justh, Keefer, Seipe, Snell, Borke, Brown, Reilly, Shuler. n awe fa enf Ln Afarmng fwwfmaw WLlfLdLC. Eighth and Ninth grade chorus . . . provides a training ground for talented vocalists and future high school choruses. Row one: Miles, Coleman, Dick, Krones. Row two: Mumma, Shott, Heim, Nye, Martson, Atland. Row three: Watts, George, Miller, Poorman Moses, Smith, Sandness, Har- lacher, Fitting. Row four: Witters, Moran, An- drews, Hoover, Beinhower, Page, Ewing, Steppen, Miller, Kuntz. lc 'I lflC"L ,lf'0lCfiCI? rpcecw enfvrfainmnnf all Adam 2505 Nan -4 . 4 . fy 1 x I ' '71 H X J i 'lf X , i i X Concert Band directed by Mr Kt't1VN'lll Si'lVT1f7'xllf1l1Ip.,fl'llIgl'1lSlllC Spring yi-.inirri with .i hill vvcning Conccrt in April linnrl mvmlwrf, also partlcipntr' in tliii Appli- Blrinuinnw l'i'atival nr Wiri- rliii-.ti'r, Virginia Rnw ont' Hoff- m.1n, lw'iiiltw,Sc'il1i-rt, Bricklvy, Sharp, lwvllfr-r, Cuirri-tt, N8LiglC ROW TWO' fmrirllxsirg, Rigling, Suilclith, Hayc, Hall, Pi-iffi'r,V.1X,tinc', Wlffl, Nclnlnger, Crnyliill, Smith, Rww fhrc-ri' Trvrlor, Vnirr, iimmnnm, Elii rt, Bair, Moss Sirrlfmqm, Dillon, Sprinlflo, Lasher lmrr, llirrtililii-r Row tour' Baker SIlflfIY1.lV7, l-furrnrl, Svllmvycfr, Dlx, Mill- ingfrm, Klincg Shrrtrrrr, Kfrstvtter, Nlriwvry, Epplvy, Wc'.1vi'r, lfpplcy, Rimff Stnnilinrg lVlrClurg, Rms, Brill, Wliitirfrrnli, Hammacher, Bright- liill, Mnrziilf, Dillwn, Miller, Soclfman The Mixed Octet winging thc vow lwaiitilul 'lwrrl'-, Pr.wi'r" hrivi- flu-wcl various Church sCrv- irvi, in thi- Viinr Thvy nppcinrvcl luoth at thc corn- miinity Vlltilf'1l"iQIVIY1Ll wrirvirc' and at Christmas During Yniith Vxfiwlf in Fi-lirunrv thvy ming with tlis- inixrfl ilriiriir lVli'inl:i'r'. ful thr' riftet arf' loft tri right lfiirtciiilmuglw, R, Altlnnrl, Nl, Stmiflvr, V, Clarlfvltvr, l'Vl, Sciilmrrt, P, Burkhart, P, Wise, l,, Nrincmnkr-r, J, and Shucy, J. The Naturals ..,. 1 ru thc- vcrv familiar singing EVOUD Hffwftfl NC l3CQirlcs. singing at schonl func- tinna they also wing lm' civic grmim in town Visit- ing the Whitr' Hill lnfliiitrlnl Sfhnril Bl Christrrm-N was .1 treat for tho girls as wvll ne the bow of that school, Pictiirrfrl lvolow, lvfl ln right: Frv, K., Knorr, .l, Clarlfeltcr. lvl, Rupp, L, Bnttiglicr, E., Miller, Nl, Sciihc-rt, P, Sandnm, lvl, Altland, M, and Shucy. .l CAUWCA colfacerfj, Aforing mmic wfiuaf , 51 w X33 R A Talented musicians . , . join with Rafael Mendez, world-famous trumpeter, in stirring Latin American rhythms, Music from the Broadway hit "The King and I" adds variety to the program. Pictured above, Row one: Embick, Brackbill, Clem, Ernst. Row two: Kremkau, McCloskey, Leedy, Bitterman, Wertz. Row three: Umpleby, Smee, March, Semoff, Thompson. Row four: Thompson, lv1cDoneI, Roole, Reimer, Hocker, Richcreek, Springer, Eichelberger, Fortenbaugh. Standing: Burkhart, Zim- merman, Harlacher, Shuey, Turban. Left, right, left, right . , , NCS band participating in the Annual Halloween parade. lAP'12 Dano is aided by a Community Band Boosters' organization which treats them to a party each year. f ,M CAL!! g morning lorcaclficw, recL5i01fL ormafaolfw I ., R A l l x. Zi l I I 'T , .t -in A. n . K Q P -- 5 ,xiii we .. -.fja 'S "1 1 H 8 'A 1' 1' Sf ' ' f' jj" ,, on 0 ' q il h klfnsftw ' ,A 1 'pix -.qi-:fum '.. f C. V " ' P 4, 4- : . W -, ' .L K- in V144 ' .. arg- i ' ' I vb Y WA I I L -., H ls 3 High sfeppers , , A upper left, head twirler, Patti Fulton, head majorette, Sondra Prosser, and acrobatic twirler, Judy Backenstoss, lead NCS band front. 0 Drill formations . . . ex- hibited at football games, center, are per- fected only after long hours of practice drills 0 Attention . . . a line of trumpeters stands at attention, lower right, during a prcclsion drill. joofgaf gamed, ara Q5, rizw--romfine Ar dana! , r V kiwi ig I ,r .1 5 'I yfign kv wx. rl! 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Row two: Cullen, L., J h DR b W., Newcomer, N. seniors ead t e parade Left to right, front row. Bowers, B., Fulton, P., o nson, , 1 0 erfo, T., Benedict, J., Wise, L., Shive, May the sun shine by the side of every path we tread with such lustre that it may beta journey like the path to heaven. W. 1... ,...1:-...s ... . .. 1" ' 'sei ,. .uw- ,. -My I.. -14 V aw. ww, by 55 kv fwl, A f ' . - 'sly H Y , A V ' . X - sf J , X, ,Q - . ,, 7' , -f: h . " ' ---' 'M W sf -"L..m.2 a. W.. " , , W' A . A .44 y an Q. M " 'W '7 ' '- . , K gg9Mi5g3g,W . , , 'x, ' -, ,, ,..-, .. ,, ., - "" St "' Nm: Emi - " 1 , . 1 ' MOST MOST MOST MOST MOST MOST MOST POPULAR ATTRACTIVE . CO-OPERATIVE TALENTED ATHLETIC ., LIKELY-TO-SUCCEED STUDIOUS . BEST ALL-AROUND me xSZcioz!w!LLrf0LA1fLg om OlfL1f5f6LlfLCAlfL9 lO0I":50lfL6L LfL05 Nancy Wigfield Harry Yost Mardee Altland Harry Yost Patricia Miller William Claar Mardee Altland Paul T. Burkhart Antonette DiRobertc Joseph James Nancy Handshaw Clark Donley Diane Bowles Carleton Garrett Linda Wise Charles Ruoft S T -v F 9'-A 1 Ns.. '., i sl l rx ka K , 'bf 1 l Paul . Bu AF . T 1 wx L x Linda Wise 92 rk 3 Carlet rrett 'i-' t i X , ny is - ntonette DiRoberfo Sl "L.---h 4 'e'g,,g:,E' Patricia Miller ada. Mm we olfwr VL recognize Lac em BU "idk, 'P-ui. 's f 1--if 'f an Mardee Altland Diane Bowles Paul T, Burkhart Clark Donley .,,. Carleton Garrett Mary Gladfelter Fred Kremkau ,, Patricia Miller ,, Sondra Prosser Grace Reilly ,,,, Judith Robertson Charles Ruoff , ,. Nancy Wigfield Linda Wise , Gretchen Wright Harry Yost .SHAWNEE editor, TIMES staff .,,,,,TlMES co-editor, radio staff .Council prexy, Honor society Stage crew, photography club , , ,, ,,,, Senior class president, Honor society Honor society, chorus ,,,,Photography club, stage crew ,Library club, 2l club ..o,.,o.o.,.,..o,French club, band ........5teno club, SHAWNEE TIMES staff,l-lonor society Basketball, senior play Commercial art club, cheerleader Tri-Hi-Y, chorus TIMES co-editor, Zl club ....,.,,,Student council, Hi-Y -i 6 5 f Judith Robertson 'Ui j' 'C Linda Wise Vps chaiyeS,fiil5ff EN N K. il Gretchen Wright 'Q Before the coronation , . . Nancy Sue Wigfield is found primp- ing as she discovers she is this year's football queen, Her attendants, Judy Backenstoss and Patty Fulton, aid as she prepares tor this gala occasion, The dance is sponsored by the Cheerleaders and votes are cast by the students. Nuo Eager voters . , . are caught casting their ballots for the football king and queen. In the background, left to right: Linda Taylor, Janice Johnson, and Sherri Acker. ln the foreground, left to right: Jean Shuey, Mary Sockman, Keith Rockey, Marjorie Treder, and Susan Lengeman. Siwdenfd pay omage fo oz pelvic? an Jloirifec! Congratulations . . . are in store for Don Phillips, football king by popular vote. Runners-up giving the smiling king the old handshake are Paul Miller and Mike Steger. 'io u. P 1 f ' 1 l 1 AOMJZ 148810, 6LlfLJ AQ? O tgd l0!6Ly8I" LVL? l I .qs f . O 0 nh nced ueen . . . Nanc Sue Wigfield modestly receives the E a q y crown she wears as Football Queen of '58 Football King, Don Phillips stands by her. Happy iitterbuggers! . . . danc- ing to the beat of a jazzy num- ber, above are these fast step- pers as they come to the close of another exciting football dance. Royal Court , . . flashes happy smiles before the royal couple. ln the background are Queen Nancy and King Don, ln the foreground, left to right: Patty Fulton, Judy Backen- stoss. Paul Miller and Michael Steger. Miniature football . . . is received from Coach Reh- aldi by Football King Don Phillips, An elated queen, Nancy Sue Wigfield, looks rw Sweetheart Swing , . . sponsored by the NC Hi Times Staff, chooses the King and Queen of hearts each year, A boy and girl are chosen by popular vote in grades 9 through l2, Penny vote at the dance decides the vic- tors, Above, Times Staff members, Colleen Small, and Jean Shuey, sell tickets to Curt Umpleby and Penny Fulton l-1 Last minute check . is made by Queen of Hearts can- didates, above, as they await the outcome of the voting, Patti Fulton, senior, combs sophomore Beverly Bennie's hair as Linda l-larlacker, junior, and Jean Emrick, fresh- man, refresh their make-up I I 'L 'pl , gr . ,Al i 5 oil 'I 7, H K L. if Q i .zgncf give an wlorc an cwjidf Ay C 00flilfL Undaunfed by snow storm . . , Nancy Wigtield and Chad Ruotf, above, arrive at the dance. Students braved the season's heaviest snowfall to attend. 0 Display board . . . Below, Phil Wolf and Jane Keplinger take time to vote for their favorite sweetheart candidates. aww! Queen 0 Aarfd calf ffm Mainfine ance Approaching the throne . . . King Wayne Zimmerman and Queen .lean Ernerick, above, lead the court of Linda Harlacher and Richard lVlcCurdy, Joe James and Beverly Bennie, and Patti Fulton and Brian Small to the throne. Last call . . . to vote for candidates finds Sandy Miller, Kirk Richey and Ann Dial, above, parting with their pennies. 0 Counting votes . . , to decide the winner are Diane Bowles, Times editor, and Mrs, Mary Hend- riksma, Times Business Adviser, below. -n-V 1-u:4..1.n-1141 4- ' -suvmmvl Victorious smiles . , . greet the photographer as Jean Emerick, freshman, and Wayne Zimmerman, junior, above, reign over the Sweetheart Swing. 97 1 I S Happy Queen . , Joyce is crowned by a member uf the Cnmrnunnty Scrylce Organization, riglwth .zlly lvlnnulfcy, Ronald Muller, the quecrfs escort, anrl Jnnurv Reed smile apprnylngly, 0 Charming court Joyce Prowell, flanked by attendants Jftntrr- Rvul, left, and Sally Mlnskcy right. recelyes rlwr- .wpplnuwc nl the crowd of New Cumberland rutile-n',.1flCrtb1:annual l-lallovvccn parade. 9 Cor- onation Dance . Queen Joyce and Ronald Muller lmtl thc- lnrut numlwr-r nf tba dance spnnsored by lln 0lfLLQAf MW !ULlfL LVL C0lflfLlfVLlllfLllLy AUP I7 QYIIUUVL PC OL O0'Llf'ClC I7 K ,f . if Z Her Majesty . Joyce wana 1 hippy grcetlng to bor subyccts as the prncession ndynnfcs ce .Q ralfion, fo dee oz i fo is- - 'Q li J ri A fl , Wifi? . XA! f . . .Mil- a eeme cc Oween 5 mlfd , 123' Fire Fighters , , . representing the Penbrook company drew laughs from parade viewers with their antics. 0 Tiny Twirlers . . , from the Betty Winn school of Dance, wait for the starting signal at right, 0 All aboard . . . the Toonerville Trolley for a Halloween journey, below left, 0 Halloween's Horrors . . , are experienced by small victim, lower right, at the mercy of a savage Indian and the formidable Frankenstein. Minute Men . . . appear above in miniature. Members of the town cub pack bring early America back to life. F Cfowdica, Aaguerd re we omcielfaf cfm A in file Banaucss g Head slaves . . . below, Salian Lawley, Jill Knorr, and Daryl Ernst, present the food for the traditional blessing of the food done by host Phil Wolfe. 100 Worthy Romans , . . Vance Stouffer, above left, and Dale Ames right, winners of the Silver Scroll award, are con- gratulated by Mrs. Merle Liebensperger, Latin teacher. The boys received the keys for outstanding work in the field of Latin. 0 Modern Romans . . . attend the Roman banquet sponsored by the Latin department. A typical feast of fried chicken, lima beans, grapes and apples was served in three courses. Special entertainment was furnished during the meal. Anxiously waiting the deci- sion in the costume contest are, kneeling: Robert Bon- ner, Jake Myers, William Garrett, David Bashore. Stand- ing: Dick Sirneone, Phil Wolf, Tom Burkhart, Dale Ames, and Vance Stouffer. Fashionable supervisors . , . attired in early Roman style smile happily after much work in preparation for the banquet. Pictured below are: Mrs, Mary l-lendriksrna, and Mrs. Merle Liebensperger, Latin teachers. ZlfIflfL05!O QV8 0 A555118 C2L4l"6Lfi0lfL df .CL OlfVL6LlfL 6LlfL?ilfL Trained gladiators . . . prepare for combat as part of the entertainment for the guests between courses. Pictured above are: Kirk Richey and Richard McCurdy. I Roman maidens . . , enjoying the festive feast gather at right, L my about a table to join in the fun. Seated left to right: 1 L. Taylor, J. Baker, B. Sheaffer, and J. Johnson. Stand- , ii 3- Q .ag-14?--aaarvga ing, left to right: P. Sandberg, P. Fulton, M. Embick. i S1 X " " S X W if- -a ,f Honor guests . . . seated at the head table survey the happy throng. Seated left to right: D. Ames, Mrs. Merle Liebensperger, Mr. Charles Cemmill, P, Turner, and V. Trumpets sound . . . and the rOast pig is Stouffer. carried in by the slaves. Pictured below are: W, Altland, E. Bottiglier. W. Shaffer, and K. Weaver. 'N S X A l wav ma LC momenfd on g new orma 5 LU Lfe LlfLlfLQlf' Music for dancing . . . is supplied by Don Pee- bles and his orchestra as NC students and alumm glide dreamily around the ballroom ar the Hershey Park Coll Club. !bzcLef5, cfreamy mimic can rin fo an warm Alorzfng 1fLi9Af 'T' Prom committee . . . members pose be- fore the rustic mantel in the ballroom, Lett to right, Row One: Diane Bowles, Lorayne Cullen, Joyce Benedict, Gretchen Wright, Diane Dix, Linda Wise, and Mardee Altland. Row two: Carleton Garrett, Fred Kremkau, Tom Burkhart, Carl Weltmer, Brandt Cook and John ,f"r .J s 5. Clicking. ,f iq, H Time out . . . finds smiling couples around the ballroom. Brandt Cook, Barbara Kerstetter X lt's almost tomorrow . . . as tired couples enjoy A ' ' the last dance at the Junior prom. 1 x I K'--wr ,,,,, , C , ,, L x, Q ,nesig ' ' Wax we 5-qskvu k as V .S 115' J . 1' 'S Sim Q D 103 T". -v4 ,Qi 2,8 :5Q6L:50lfL:l 5 immering crgdfaf dad "2l" Club officers , . . and their dates smile happily after weeks of work planning for the White Christmas Formal. Pictured above are: Row one: M, Clayton, D. Coho, J, Robertson, R. Dillen, Row two: H, Coyer, P, Miller, J. Clicking, L, Wintermyer, W. Batdort, S. Brinton. Row three: M, Smith, C. Wright, T, Snyder, T. Shu- Ier, D, Dix, and L, Bowers. fi,-fs .2 J?" Ro Dotty James Whirling couples . . . dance around the Christmas tree to the dreamy music ot Fred Harry, while a y blanket of white crepe paper tlutters overhead. A s .al nerrimenlf Z5 re Lcfec! in ca winlfer wAife cfecoralfiolfw is J,- , 'I 0 s il x 9 ,s fi ' Elgnst Linda Harlacheiiz hristian Wayne Zimm s Soft music , . . floats in the night air while enchanted couples drift about the dance floor at the most glamorous dance of the winter sea- son, the White Christmas Formal. Happy holiday . . . students and guests dance until the last notes amid seasonal greenery. Judy Robertson Ralph Dillen wuQmzimnwsw+giiine .a-.a- PCE .5 106 !Q"OlfLC!!y 1lA8 WQGLV5 LLA8 I5glfVLAOAC A6LlfLlfL8I" me Winner and attendants . . . with their escorts, right, lead off a dance as admiring stu- dents look on. Banner presentation . , . is made at right to Miss NC Hi, Diane Dix, by last year's winner, Ruth Diehl, as Mardee Atland looks on. al 0 my Miss NC Hi . . . representing qualities of lead- ership, enthusiasm, dependability, cooperation and friendliness is chosen by popular vote of grades 9 through l2. The event is sponsored by the NC Hi Times. Above left, Diane Dix receives a token of remembrance from senior president Carleton Garrett. 0 Honored senior . , . Diane Dix, left, dances with her escort, Gere Fulton. -aff Final adjustments , . , are made by Patty Miller, student producer and Robert Edward, director, upper left, just before curtain time for "Wild About Harry," I Hold Still . . . cautions Shirley DeBoard as she puts makeup X on Mary Sockman, above right, 0 l'lI fix it , . . Bob f ,J Lake assures Ron McCreary, lower left, as, these scenery 8 p crew members set the stage for the senior class play. 0 J N .bb e . A . A A f . ' ' QVLLOV' t 95lOL6LlfL1f l"0lf1'LlO f FOUL? L 6Ll"L0lfLZ5 COVVLQ y Cast Members , . , front row, left to right: ,Patty Miller, Nancy Winfield, Nancv Coble. Wanda Shive, Mardee Altland. Mary Sockrnanq John Gicking, Row two: Carleton Garret, Nancy Handshayv, .Mary Gladfelter, Nancy Quigley, Grace Reilly, Lois Miles, Charlie Hoffman, Nancy Newcomer, Ralph Dillen, Chad Ruoff, Fred Kremkau,: Gretchen Wright, Linda Wise and Clark Donley. jjj M i . 3 X. Q ff' C A fi i , ti Checking signs . to advertise Harry l-lart's in- , iecticide, left, are Nancy E Wigfield Fred Kremkau, Linda Wise and John Clicking. r x ff -:li ' is I 'C IIIZT' , N 'U w K Such a waste exclairns Grace Reilly as she find-, Chnrlir- Hoffman, Ralph Dillen and Chad Rliofl eagerly cleyouring pies 1,1 S r'f 'D' M05 WHA Atllfl .1255 Aww c. aww! aim K It sounds reasonable . . . thinks Clark Donley as John C-icking explains the diagram, above right 0 Bird watchers . Nancy Wigfield and Lois Miles, pause to say hello to Nancy l-lanclshaw and Charlie Hoffman. left, 0 Coach Baxier John Cicking, asks Biology Teacher, Mary Claclfelfer, if she will go to the school dance with him, below right, 3, . SSA io 3 C34 i X-N' Ar ,- fair 4 , 5 4 ? S Harry Har! Chad Ruoff, explains his theory on business, left. '5 lo and fry mowgvf an dw Jw X414 Sharing lemonade , , , Gretchen Wright and Ralph Dillen claim the same glass, above right, as Nancy Newcomer and Mardee Altland try to settle the dispute, 0 Measur- ing for curtains . . . right, are: Nancy Coble and Nancy Quigley, Mary Sockrnan and John Clicking are interested to know if they will buy the house. I Returning a run- away , , , sheriff Carleton Garrett talks to John Cicking and Clark Donley as Nancy Quigley questions Chad Ruoff about his experiments, below left. is. lpn. "tn Formal introduction . . . Chad Ruoff tells Wanda Shive that Fred Krernkau will be her date, for he has a date with Mardee Altland, below right. 2 t 'ww 1 " 3: 1119 if QI 547 'N if 3 3 Z 'la 'iriizi 1 I Q, The Perfect Idiot caxt are lvft to right, row one ,ivrrx Bracklull, N.1nCw'W1gfiCIc1, Mardrc Altlarwd. Row twcr' Clark Dorwicv. Graco Rwlly, W.zr1ti.1 Shnvc. Narrcv Nuwcrwmvr, Twm Burkhart. John ClCklF1g, Carlvtwrw Garrett, Crvtfhvn Wrugtwt, Carl XfVz'Itm0r, Marv CladfCltCr, Tcrrv Crt,-.mgcr Fwd Krcmlcaul Jvarw Shucy, Nancy Oulgtry Peglyziv Swhcrt. Rtrw thrvQ Ewfggh eww Jvgizfw or Azfzcfcfinf Jfam in Hypnotic experiment , I-. pvrttrrmuti, twtmw, try Tum Burk- hart on Qulwrnrsxmt- NLIiHli'Cf. lwhm Crckmg, Ax Nancy Wlgfvclci, iXiJI1CV Nvwfonwtir, Tvrrv Crlwmgcr .md Jvrrv Bratklwlll 8lWXl0LlKiY watch Student producers Jutiv Rrvlncrtr.0r'1 ami tm 5311! t rt ittwnrtix F. XE 1 X., iiI.HN' Hwwlw, lwiwxx It-ft. frwr1tc'rwltt'trilrrC- r W3 il Z Hr L- W. Q! deemed wifA Cive mc my parsnips , , , shouts the hypnotized Latherby, be- low, spying Mary GladfClter's hat, as Tom Burkhart tries vainly to get him out of the trance, Reporter Gretchen Wright and police officer Carl Weltmer wonder at John GiCking's Odd behavior. l f A Great Publicity . . , exclaims Mr, Latherby, left, played by Carleton Garrett, to Torn Burk- hart as Grace Reilly looks on. 0 Romantic leads . . . In jun- ior class play production, Nancy Newcomer and Tom Burkhart, below right, rnakc plans to at- tend the Spring forrnalr f fly XZ,-Aer low May l quote you? , . . queries Gretchen Wright, below right, as she interviews Tom Burkhart, Clark Donley listens with interest, il y r Are there strong foes planted an your path of life? No path of roses leads to glory. 9.4.4 fl-. 1192, - 7, ff 5 1.4.-CJK: ,,,,..,,, ,,.,.,,,,,k , , ,.w.aaun- sq.-up-an-J. nn-M - -f-w-- li 6 1, n-.nam-.-,,, . ..,...w , H.1f.?3i'-59:12 "' . . 1 Varsity squad , . completes a so-so football season with a record of 2 wins, 8 losses and l tie, Pictured above. left to right, row one Weltmcr, Phrllios, Rudy, Muller, Grossman, Cook, Rockey, James. Row two: Stouffer, Shulcr, Mmm:-r, Wrallrf. Evcrtts. Dagle, Zimmerman, Marley, Row three: Steger, Fluric, Lengeman, Backenstoss, Brown, Ross. Kopp, Srmpson Row four Coach Renaldu, Manager Berg, Breder, Lambert, Dunmire, McCreary, Losh, Ozanne' Assist! .ant Coach Bowen C excifing rmm az Ong our loaffr. CSDULCCQJ5 on Me fl 9 I amor Lflfermen JAMES RENNINGER ROCKEY STECER Center C-uard Center Tackle 1 Qld Q X., f 'ff q 'V lv' I f'a1",h','fl7.'a-tv :tin-E.df.""fff,'5f gf ' ' 9' amor Oggflfermen gal iron duccedd id WLQULJIAPQJ nolf 0114 Ay wind an Added FOOTBALL SCHEDULE V Opp. NC 6 Biglerville ....,,..,,, ....A,. 6 25 Enola ..,,,,.,,A..,.,,,,,A ....,.. 2 O l8 Susquehanna ,,d,......,A. .... O 39 Cumberland Valley ..... .... O 6 Millersburg .......,,,,,.. ....... l 4 33 Elizabethtown ....... Opp. 20 ' Susquenufa .,...e....,,, Boiling Springs .,e,. Shippensburg ,e,,,. 29 45 l-lummelsfown .... 26 27 West Shore .. .. O NC .......5l ........2O ........l4 ........l3 enior Ogllfermen MILLER. P. KEATINC . I - yy, QWELTMER End cf End - A 4 W i v . ,,e. . 3. U -klb r W W' I A in N' gg, -Q K- - ,l j Xxx J, W . I ., , L 3k,k v l T . .:. I , ,. EM L , , ' 1 . Qf-jf. V. V' W' 2 Wil if as ' 115 iwwl 7275- ' . 09 131 ,. ,L M 1.41-Peg' ,,. w.,,f:,S... . Q n if of A W .. ., 3 ...un -lst Pep squad . . . leads the way tor loyal fans as the Tigers fight for victory. Pictures at left are Nancy Wigfield, Joan Prowell, and Joyce Prowell. Face to face . . . Tiger Don Phillips tries to outsmart would- be Hummelstown tackler. Auf A7 file era roar ana! fire dclioof yoirif .- P T Tffilfg "'J"f 4 , Af' Y Sift: 49 bs ' S' . 'fp -1 - .v , Tw' e-"V X Out of bounds . . , goes Tiger halt - back Vance Rudy on the Panther two yard line, below the Tigers tally on the next play closed the gap in a 25-20 Enola victory Ankle-hold . . . trips up Cumberlanc Valley ball carrier, below, as Phillipl 'fin All alone . . . Tiger stalwart Larry S impson tri es to go. Spilled after .1 gain for short yardage by alert Eagle defender is Tlgvr Flilllmck Pblllipy lJClOW. fujrzjlifg- .14 .- "9'?' to Y'+-fa V u f A u , i-x ' WV, is High-spirited Tigeretts . . . help to put the push and drive in Tiger teams. Pic- tured at right: Joan Prowell, Nancy Wigtield, Sally Min- skey, Barbara Parthemore, Penny Christian, Sandy Ox- entord, Joyce Prowell, Susan Lengeman, and Judy Sponaugle. ggalimaiadfic CAQQVZQQJQPJ 400512 moral e, pep up amd lo. 31 rushes in to assist pack of Tiger lineiment I i gill- i if 4. ' 2 'J it ire ' if 5 c K g 4 A, 'i Q . it ' . P 'f r ASN I K 49 , 1 I g- . ,.,. 'X ,. Q if i ' ' Vf"1 - .. Q ' . X s in 1 -. A I v ,, ' 6 Determined defense , , . tries to stop at hard running C. V, backs. At right, Y y ,ls Phil Wolf drives in to nab Eagle gf ' A-f 'flue halfbaclc. by A ' ,JY Q- , Q QW X s ' i ii Vi, N. X is ff-f l Fighting Tiger , , , Fullback Don Phillips tries to push aside would be tackler. lf... A Pile-up , , , makes dust fly as Tigers pick up short ywrdwgc wgwinst a rugged Cumberland Valley defense 'iw if 1 E?lfLl"flfVL6lfL cfma lft VLQLU VQCOI' 5 6Lg6LilfL.5lf it ,J 4 Q 19 Basketball squad . completes a highly successful season registering losses only to Camp Hill and Shippensburg Pictured above, row onei Man- ager Cary Shuler, Dale Ames, Joe Hooper, Donald Simonton, Ray Coffey, Manager Barry Simmons Row two: Coach Robert Miller, Dick Mouser, Joe James, Larry Simpson, Brandt Cook, Carleton Garrett, Vance Stoufter, Chad Ruolf, and Robert lV'lcCreary. Season's Resume A tall and rangy NC squad. coached by Robert Kent Miller, posted an over all record of 20 wins against 3 losses, the best in recent Tiger history, ln league competition only two games were lost by the Tigers, both wins going to Camp Hill, Class B Champions. As a further indication of the punch of the Miller men, a new point seasonal record of l424 was established with an average of 6l9 points per game, Also, a new high of total points in one game was set at 86, High man in the scoring column was Joe James with a 393 record. 38 points per game. Brandt Cook with 243, Robert Mcffreary with ZOO. and Joe Hooper with l88 helped the squad write new records in an impres- sive basketball season. Alfrong comloefilfion airing om imloremiue derfwolfi i957-i958 Basketball Schedule Opp. NC 55 Manchester 62 35 Big Spring 48 58 Shippensburg 35 40 Enola 52 69 Camp Hill 47 47 Alumni 68 57 Cumberland Valley 6l 36 Boiling Springs 85 44 Humrnelstown 74 52 Susquehanna 65 6l Susquenita 68 Opp. NC 37 West Shore 54 50 Northern 75 43 Enola 55 57 Camp Hill 48 50 Cumberland Valley 54 58 Boiling Springs 85 43 Hummelstown 53 58 Susquehanna 59 77 Susquenita 86 50 West Shore 58 58 Northern 79 JV Basketball Squad . 4 . under Coach Lester Rockey ends the '57-'58 season with a record of I2 wins and l0 losses. Pictured below, kneeling: Brian Small. Larry Nye, Donald Rockey, David Lawley, Robert Baher, Edwin Johnson. Standing: Philip Vaughn, James Flegal, Darryl Wyrick, Daniel March. Coach Rockey, Richard lVlcCurdy, Mark Smith, Gilbert Backenstoss, and Kirk Richey. ly! 4 -ff g," ofa: , .L Hitt" -if' "N'?A9 119 k! V Rebound artists , . . go high into air to capture loose ball during Camp Hill tray. Bob McCreary. No IZ, struggles tap ball to team mate Brandt Cook, No 22. ozmed wilfm JSC ogfdgbtlf Ballet Figure . , . in making as Lions' H No. 9. onom wil Scoring Ace , , demonstrates his best driv- ing style Joe James goes high off the hard lirmrrls to clunk in another two pointer. Fighting Tiger . . in rough scramble for the hall, Bob Mclfreary, No, IZ, leaps high above outstretched arms of Enola's No, 25 and No, ll TZ: Tv Up for two . . . goes Brandt Cook. At right. Joe James, No. 6, stands by ready to assist against Panther guards. ies to block hoopers' ie handed push shot. second place in a hot scoring race. il' 322 3,9 i r QCOVLJ loface in on Aoi JCOVLUVLQ race. Going up . , . No. 7, Bob McCreary, below, with Enola's No. Z2 trying to block his shot. P 1 I' Into the air . . , with a one-handed push from outside is Brandt Cook as Camp I-lill's No, l3 waits for the result. 121 . -' 7? 'F' ' 1 Fast pace . . . of the second Enola-NC game is indicated by hlurred ball In hands of Panther player, below. Cook No, ll and McCreary No, 8 prepare to take off. "" givcifemenf reigm aw Aenior oolwfem S X 122 Mad scramble . . , with pile-up of Tigers and Panthers, at right, claw- ing for possession of the ball. Terrific strain . . , of a hard fought contest shows in the face of Larr Simpson No. 23, below, as he tries to recover a rebound. Leaping up . . . to block a shot, at left, Tiger Mc- Creary No. 8 fouls as he clambers up the back of Lion opponent. W. Jump ball , , lifts players high for the tip. Below both Lion and Tiger players get ready to grab the ball, Stretching up , , for ball is Simpson No, I2 and Panther guard as McCreary jockeys for po- sition, Determined courtmen , . fight for possession of the lmll under the Close scrutiny of a referee Below, Tigers Cook No. ll and Simpson No. l2 attempt to grab the ball or B--'-1 ri . ws 4' K ' ' - 1 if ' ' fl , Forgotten men . . . the managers who get littlc credit for long hours looking after uniforms and locker rooms. Below. packing for an awav game are J, V. managers Bob Wertz, Jim Heim, Evan Semoff, f-rf H u 123 QZCZCZ 6LlfL0fA8l" 6LlfVL8 ff? fA8 l!iCf0lf'y CO lftlflflflfl .. s lx, f ' 1' -' 1 I 1 Zaman men AgAf foocgla Jcliecfui, Jloring mind , '- lib 4 isle ' .wwf uw 5"""4v Y uw:- Varsity Baseball Team , . completes the season with a record of 6 wins and 8 losses. Pictured above, row one: Renninger, R,, Cook, Renninger, .l,, Bankert, Strauss, Moss, Mills, Miller, Row two: Hall, Stouffer, Lengeman, Ames, Keating, Brubaker, Baker, Lentz, Ullrich, Row three: Sterner, Sfeager, Caumer, Krone, lvlcCreary, Dagle, Dunmire, Brinkley. Row four: Coach Fred Peiffer, Berg, Aubrey, Rig- ling, DeBoard, Johnson, Corl, Fox, Assistant Coach Robert Lisse. Baseball Schedule - 1957 Opp. NC Opp. 3 Cumberland Valley , .s,.., 8 2 Cumberland Valley ll Carlisle ,,,a, A,,,.......,, , .. 4 6 Carlisle 4 Enola ..,. .... , , , .. 2 5 Mechanicsburg 2 Enola , .,.. ,,,.,. , ,. 4 5 Susquenita lO lvlechanicsburg ..,s. 8 5 West Shore 3 Susquenita ..... S 2 West Shore 3 Camp Hill , O 6 Camp Hill N . I A C10 A., 7 9 4 x vida 1' 131 'S me 'X is " Q RENNIN KEATIN MILLER. G. ' CDOK Infield . Pitcher Outfield Pitchew L s. - 454:--: mfolo era gain Afafvwe in ffamifg comloefilfion Tiger Wrestlers . . . begin varsity competition with only one meet to their credit but individual wins scored points in each except against Manheim, Pictured above, row one: Edward Pif12S- Bruce Corl, Donald Leedy, Carl Bruaw, Barry Franz, Cary Drake, Ronald Worley, Row two: James Firestone, Ralph Dillen, Ernest Linn, Carl Bruaw, Larry Spangler, Cordon Jones, David Thompson, Coach Robert Karl Miller. , , ali- ogl j' .6 f Q S Take down . , . from referee's posi- Advantage . . . below gives NC's tion. Below, Firestone braces as Cum- Bruaw an opportunity to work a berland Valley grappler maneuvers for chicken wing on a struggling oppon- a leg hold. ent. ezgecinef more ex erienee ololoonenfe l la Break down . . . shows Tiger Dave Thompson struggling against the possible pinning combination his opponent works on. Wrestling Schedule - 1957-1958 Opp, NC 57 Manheim .....,,,,,....,.. A..,... 0 34 York Central ......Y...s,s, ....... l 8 46 Cumberland Valley ...... ,,.. 3 48 Carlisle ...,...,ssrssas,..,... ...s,., 8 3l Boiling Springs . ,...,.. ....,,s l 9 27 Hanover A ,,,,,A,,,,, ,,.,,,, l O 35 S, Hagerstown .... , ,...... l l Opp. Z9 Big Springs ,,,, 22 Northern .i.,,,,,,, 57 Juniata Joint .... 35 Central Dauphin 44 Newport ......a... 33 Susquehanna .... NC .24 .29 . 3 .l 2 .4 .l4 as WORLEY LINN 133 lb. class l38 lb. class FASNACHT DILLEN l85 lb. class 154 lb, class SPANGLER l 38 lb. class mow! Wim on IO ace in me f5QCfiOlfL6L Ana 5 Advantage position . A . is enjoyed briefly by Ralph Dillen as he attempts to break down, above left, on a rugged opponent who decisioned him, 0 Tiger man , , , Jack Brown works desperately to try to prevent a reversal in a bout against Cumberland Valley. Referee watches . . . carefully for a pin as Bruaw gets his rnan in a bad position shown by the painful position Bruaw vvon his bout with a 3 oint .4 . D N- deeislon, " FRANITZ l2O lb. class BRlNKLEY 7 145 lb. class l65 lb. class l45 lb. Class LENKER . BRUAW W, V .3!Li1fLc!czc!5 601441054 air racer in mayor meeIf5 Track Schedule - 1957 Track Squad . . , proudly display new warm-up uniforms, symbol Ot their recognition as a varsity sport, Pic- tured at left, row one: Jake Myers, Richard Meiscr, Fred Hooper, Larry Hoff, Carl Weltmer, Jan Ludwig Row two: Joe Hooper, Larry Simp- son, Mark Smith, Vance Rudy, Wil- liam Schrack, Donald Phillips, Darryl Ernst Row three: Coach Lawrence Carman, l-lerhert l-loffmeier, George Porter, Jack Kohn, Joe James, Rick Mailey. Philip Wolf, Robert Agnew. Big Springs so s,c,. ,,,7l V2 New Cumberland 45 V2 Enola , A. . .. 20 Camp Hill Sl New Cumberland 34 Boiling Springs ,, 27 Palmyra ,, 80 Susquehanna 45 New Cumberland 22 Camp l-lill, 625 West Shore ,. . L, SSH New Cumberland 27 Conference Meet- New Cumberland l2 miviss ' ' F15-" pen. PHiLLiPs Rum WELTMER High JUYWD " ' 'V y xx Broad Jump lOO Yard Javelin and Shot fir "5 V ODF!! sf x5 Lt r DI 5,5 st., , 5 ..- .s el,- iff ,... .L , x 4 ,rrp ,. M ww .M.. . X Jun an ,fifty f' 4 :ie-X--an 3 .,,..ri .,'. L ' fx. in .gtk .:'fis2?'5c'. '.. i,. -'P i . ,, ,mf-.1s.,. -tp' amor gif 5 Colo Intramural Championships . . . in both basketball and volleyball go to senior girls' teams. Hattie Berkheimer led her teammates to a perfect season with 5 wins and O losses in the basketball In volleyball competition, the squad captained by tournament. Judy Fisher won the crown. Pictured above are members of both squads. Row one: l-lattie Berkheimer, Judy Fisher, Joyce Benedict, Betty Johnson, Toni Di Roberto. Row two: Sondra Prosser, Jean Shuey, Mardee Altland, Joan Prowell, Elaine Dorwart, Lorayne Cullen. ,J wi' ' xl Archery Enthusiasts . . . prepare for the spring tournament under the guid- ance ol Mrs. Lee Krout, girls' physical education instructor, who popularized the sport at NC high. Pictured at right, with their eyes on target, are Judy Backenstoss, Pat Carey, Patti Fulton, Terry Crissinger, Barbara Kerstetter, H.. .,,. .. in framifwa croifwfm Bowling Experts . . . under the supervision ot Mrs. Mary Paolone, girls' physical education instructor, get together each Thursday at the West Shore Bowling Center for hours of fun and relaxation, Above, row one: Mowrey, B., McClurg, L, Sand- burg, L. Row two: Negley, M., Bell, C., Coder, M., Wilt, B., Winter, K. Let me live by the side of the road and be a friend to man. Qing O L.. if P , go 0 ax Q F. 1' ' I '.As. "' I., .+R , -fav". 9 ' 9-qsL.a+' ww-4 . bi , Q A - ' A jill 'nw-fn Q it Mali- Elk.. ibn. 'Xf...," U ww M MV Paiiiaw QWVSP'-' a...-v 54: 54 W - Q . ,, -5' A, fm.-.wr L,-" L1?"'Aw W- ' 2 Congratulations Manbeckis ' - ' ' - 2:- 7: - ph "A- f "-' ,- ' beclgfi. In E H X t . . ..,:: 1 ' ,' ' I ,V . I, ann K 5 f "'-A, 'T nit NW E 1 , . x' V fp Ralph F. Gladfelter . Auto - Fire - Casualty 720 Third St. New Cumberland Phone CE 2-8891 West Shore Heating Company, Inc. Mob, -. wh--1 llciifgsiuuu y --- 49 If , o o 55, ,Z Carl s Service Station EE ZQQQQQ 7th and Bridge Streets 2 Q.. ae," fe Q A x 'fryyfzxj' 'Zin New Cumberland, Pa. Q5 pl' fffz' Phone CE 3-9026 V cm us ronl v-ws An: voun I cmm:b.lENNOX mln WASHING LUBRICATION BRAKE SERVICE MOTOR TUNE-UP PICK-UP AND DELIVERY 1 Backenstoss Green house FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS 0 Corsages i 9 Bouquets 0 Plants Telephone: CE 8-2782 414 Bridge St. New Cumberland, Pa. Punch Backenstoss taking one of many orders for corsages Ra bena's Wardrobe Service l HOUR SERVICE At No Extra Charge Fur and Garment Storage in Our Own Vaults on Our Premises 0 Shirts 0 Shoe Repairing 0 Tailoring 0 Pick-up Sz Delivery Phone CE 3-3222 418-20 Bridge St. New Cumberland, Pa. Brunhouse Drug Store Soda Fountain - Rakestraw's Ice Cream Cosmetics - Candy - Tobacco Prescription Specialists 321 Bridge Street New Cumberland, Pa. Drugs and Toiletries j I Free Parking Open Daily From 9 to 9 GREEN B E RGS West Shorels Family Clothing Outfitters "That will make a nice outfit for the teen-age dance Saturday night," Theda Eppley assures Faye Glace. 314 Bridge Street ATTENTICN ! New Cumberland, Pa. 107, off on merchandise if you take your yearbook to advertiser l. G. Balfour Com an - P Y SwaveIy's Electronics Jewelry To The Class of '57 Sz '59 Class Rings and Pins Commencement Invitations E5 - 521 ' Authorized Zenith Dealer if y -- Sales and Service l W, G. R055 120 S, 2nd St. 220 4th St. New Cumberland, Pa Wormleysburg, Pa. Phone CE 2-2766 Phone CE 4-0685 Ray K. Garman 6 ' PRINTER 311 Walnut Street T 0 N Y S Lemoyne, Pa. Bacnman-Knorr Insurance Agency 131 Chestnut Street IIARRISBURG, PA. Phone CE 3-6809 Jack B. Knorr achman Gerald CUMBERLAND COUNTY NATIONAL BANK and TRUST COMPANY In V 'QQ , 1 shi L .T..J'.f:,.. , I' 54: If ,, fill. I NEW CUTVTBIZRLAND PENNSYLVANIA 6 !"f A . --N --.. . .1 5 11,0 ,, , "N ,, 'fl,iYw,.Ql, S .Lp N diyi .," I.. Six .15 f - "- -M I, 'T-. CAMP HILL, PLNNS L ANIA f. A ' '- ,Img 'V W" 'S' . A ,-.:' uh I-,M .. 1,4-?9wu,., l ! 'J' - ., LEMOYNF PTNN YLVA IA I " ' A K JA, "I -.II-F-V-A? 4... 1, - Y- . MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Specializing in Floral Designs PEALER'S Flower Shop FWPWN Phone: ' V Camp Hill Pa. Clark Donley selecting the beautiful orchids that will make up a corsage for the Prom I 9 TH GQ. gwj ef-' tl Harrisburg RE 7-4507 - 5 X4 t'i:1.Tz,tQ5 ff , Stetler Steel Erectors, Inc. Industrial Installations - Heavy Hauling Rigging - Reinforcing ' 1 ..,,., cg Horace A. Stetler, President ---L Chester C. Davis, Vice-President Crane C9 ' 1940 Michael J. Kaschak, Secretary-Treasurer Rentals REAR 220 BRIDGE STREET P. O. BOX 245 NEW CUMBERLAND, PA. PHONE CEdar 3-2870 Romberger's 1 Appliance Sales Service We Service Any Electrical Appliance g Plumbing - Wiring - Carpenter Work , , Ph CE 3-6026 Look at alllethe space in this one Q v 301 Bridge st, New Cumberland 'VaffCC!afQf1f1S..T0afl . Fritz Motors, Inc. Dodge and Plymouth Dealer 1029 Market Street Lemoyne, Pennsylvania Play More lu. G. Q ' 'til-Fffiffwl r When you bring your watch here, all finished repair work is subjected to a rigid scientific check by the M M a5rer Your watch "prints" its own record of perform- ance. a "proof" of accu- racy. Insist upon this protection on yourwatch investment. John B. Starr Guaranteed Watch Repairing RE 7-7413 434 Market Street Lemoyne, Pa. LET US PLAN YOUR TOUR Shenk 81 Tmle TRANSPORTATION C0 Everything for Sport 313 Market St HARRISBURG, PA Phone CE 4-3274 Live Longer LEMOYNE PHONE RE 7-6761 I g 2A5lfEE- f You Should See Alfred l. Martin for NATIONWIDE INSURANCE "Don't sweat itg there's enough here for everybodyfl says Charlie Blazer to Bill Claar. Poolefs Grocery 101 Poplar Ave. Phone CE 8-4894 Open Evenings New Cumberland, Pa. Phone CE 4-8561 805 Bridge St. Walter V. Steger Moderne and Antique Upholsterin g Repairing 81 Refinishing Shop: Rear 313 Reno St. Phone: CE 2-8239 New Cumberland, Pa. Main Office and Quarry: CAMP HILL, PA., R.D. 1 Phone: RE 7-3411 Hempt Bros., Inc. Crushed Stone - Sand Transit Mixed Concrete Asphalt Paving Materials Street and Driveway Construction Excavating - Drainage - Paving and H Cut Rate 206 3rd St. New Cumberland Soda Fountain Dolly Madison Ice Cream James Lett Photo Finishing School Supplies Esterbrook Pens Tons of Toys "We go for these milkshakes after long, tiresome Whitman's Candies school days," explains Judy Eichelberger and Henry Brinkley. Electric Bi Telephone Line Construction Co. Division of HENKELS 81 McCOY CONTRACTORS Utility - Industrial Engineering - Construction - Maintenance Hbg. CE 2-3198 New Cumberland, R. D.1 York 2-6444 Phila. TENN 9-7090 SHELLY'S Coffee and Sandwiches Cold Drinks Ice Cream Sixth and Bridge Streets New Cumberland, Pa. - 'tFour more hamburgers," orders John Gicking for Owen Berg, himself, Maureen Harbold, and Linda Wilt. Mervin A. Bowles RADIO -- TV - HI FIDELITY ELECTRONIC SERVICE 113 Third Street New Cumberland, Pa. Phone CE 4-8842 ENSMINGER'S Second and Walnut Streets I HARRISBURG, PA. Official Photographer for New Cumberland High School Business Managers, Mary Gladfelter, Paul Burkhart, and Judy Robertson discuss plans for their 1958 Shawnee with Mr. Ensminger. Open Week Days Special 10:00 A. M. student Saturdays 9:00 A. M. PFICGS West Shore Bowling Center Brunswick Automatic Pinsetters Recently Installed L Ralph's Self-Service Market . G ,X One-Half Mile south of New Cumberland NJ I Q 'Q s X 1 OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY W' W Courteous Service . - Ralph carries a full line of fresh and smoked meats, vegetables and produce 6 5 Lfjsa , ge 'r X y dijf mb tr J. Paul Harkison ' R V' .QZW7 ,lil Chevrolet ff Il Sales and Service A RE 7-6744 Lemoyne A Q1 , M Harrisburg Dairies "Most Honored Milk" 20th and Herr Streets Phone CE 4-1181 West Shore Window Cleaning Co. 2,22 LQJJ:-aj .Y il J. ,. 525 Terrace Drive Phone CE 8-7419 New Cumberland, Pa. tt' W fw- asj M, 'QM-, fd:l.Xel:'a1,T'4A K S' rf? 5 2, Q1-58's ltlfwlu 9' I X" fr K' -are I I Fox-Eichelberger Post 7415 VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS New Cumberland, Pa. Jn. all. ik. fpluuu.. The DeWalt Press Phone CE 3-7750 914 16th Street New Cumberland, Pa. l. K. Kipp and Son, Inc. Real Estate - Rentals - Insurance Automobile Insurance Phone CE 8-7155 1418-1422 Third Street Harrisburg, Pa. 4 Now Is The Time To See . . . lee M! Christian Agency 319 N. 2nd Street Phone CE 8-5216 Harrisburg, Pa. Agent for Student Protection Plan at N. C. Hi HartzeII's Gulf Service Station li X , Pick-up Service Phone CE 3-9937 New Cumberland, Pa. Ninth and Bridge Streets STGNE PLYWCDOD C0 N O W ! "PANEL-IT-YOURSELF" New Wood Walls For Any Room UUICKLY-EASILY V5 iff V , il i i wi ll GEIIRGL4 -PAIHFIC Snvtgnilgtnm Youcan transform the walls PLYWOOD and FLUSH DOORS 110 Third Street New Cumberland, Phone CE 2-5408 l Z l 1 1 l 1 3' C The Elkwood Companies, Inc. "It looks all right to mef' replies Fred Kremkau after last minute alterations. Capitol Tailors Formal Clothes for Hire 16th and Elm Streets New Cumberland, Pa. 419 Walnut St. Harrisburg, Pa. YOU CAN'T! Bu for Less ffl e S y 54 Trade for More or Get Better Service Than At BARBER SHOP Cullen Bros. Service By Appointment ' Appliances 823 Bridge Street Phone CE 3-1277 1003 Market Street Lemoyne, Pa Phone CE 3-5606 ., ,.,., I145, , BERG MANUFACTURING CCDRP AUTOMATIC ASSEMBLY MACHINES l l Automatlc Assembly Machmes Des1gned and Manufactured by Berg Manufacfurmg Corp . . f s o . .. -.-.-.Q-..-...,'n.,.-y,..., ....,......,. ..... .N - dm.,-ma-y . KRAFT BROTHERS SERVICE STATIGN GAS-OIL-LUBRICATION Complete Tire Service Phone CE 3-9188 8th and Bridge Sts. "I always stop here to fill up before the gamesf New Cumberland' Pa' Norma Laird tells Bill Fasnacht. E. H. SPOGNHOUR 928 Sixteenth St. NEW CUMBERLAND, PA. Visit Creekside Manor One Mile South of Camp Hill on Milltown Road Q Q g l i! A 0 ,f A-O ' 1, 8 ,- 'igfffo BRANDT'S GREENHOUSE Potted Plants Vegetables Budding Plants 150 Geary St. New Cumberland, Pa Phone CE 6-3227 Harrisburg Bottling Works, Inc. l 3 S' ' I x 17th SL Holly Streets Phone CE 4-4151 Harrisburg, Pennsylvania Arthur l. Shaffer Quality Home Dressed Meats 'HW '31-3.-59 EQ f Phone Lewisberry 2781 New Cumberland R. D. 1, Pa. ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS Refrigerators - Ranges - Washers - Radios Standard Small Appliances Motor Repairing - Fixtures and Supplies R. B. Hobaugh 81 Son tService Since 19215 Phone CE 2-6223 211 S. Third St. New Cumberland, Pa. Jesse H. Stone FUNERAL HOME Air Conditioned 0 408 Third Street New Cumberland, Pa. I New Cumberland Tool and Die Co. Miller and Geary Ave. NEW CUMBERLAND, PA. Phone CE 2-7314 CUTTING DIES A SPECIALTY General Machine and Repair Work MJT the NQWQQ flue lcleal Grill OP-'l v4 PTC va 09255 .QL ELGIN I WITH THE NEW If "Nite-Glo"Diul Z John R. Negley,lr., Inc. 4il l liil C5554?i? A S 72.9 A Feaxm if '.i: l '.i..'. , ,tfdfz ..1. Mi Plastering f WUTGTPFOOFK -A' Dustproof 'A' Shack-Resistant lrear 316 Bridge Sm 3331731 2331?-lil 33 ' 7 Phone CE 4-8815 Shockm l' r w'th ' d yi I 'Whenca ryslal d I t Wiihlhe GuaranfeedU b Ir bl eg DURAPOWER MATNSPRTNG Free Estlmates 0 . GEORGE HASKO Watchmaker and Jeweler 215 Third sr, Phone: CE 6-o534' Jewelry Repair - Engraving Costume Jewelry i i Fashions for Men New Cumberland You Too Will Find It Pays To Drive To "Doc" Reiffs Larry Rudy and Barry Frantz look over the large selection of ties. They're All Talking About SHEAFFER'S Television Sz Radio Installation Sales gl Service PHILCO ADMIRAL 12th 84 Bridge Streets New Cumberland, Pa. Tjhone CE 8-5612 T Stewart P. Ruth 81 Associate Q d Building Contractors I 110 Ninth Street f New Cumberland, Pa L X 2 fl A ,s vs, l ij L " fZ4 i 4 K ' .D Office CE 6-2672 .fl l -1 l ,ammo FOOD MARKET J. W. Wright DELIVERY SERVICE 214 Third Street Phone CE 3-7835 New Cumberland, Pa. Pat Carey has finally made her decision, with the help of Anne Mays, from a large selection of lady's apparel Esther Hempt The Store of Fashion on the West Shore For the Woman and Junior Miss 308 Bridge St. New Cumberland, Pa. ATTENTION ! 1091, off on merchandise if you take yearbook to advertiser Buttorff Si Co. Third and Bridge Streets Furniture Sz Carpet New Cumberland's Own Furniture Store Since 1882 Doris Meas and Shirley Vaughan admire the beautiful and comfortable furniture at Buttorff's. 1 .wp -...-ii Business Equipment James A Croke Company 121 South Second Street Harrisburg. Pennsylvania 1071 off on merchandise if you take your yearbook to advertiser "For all my school supplies I go to Kriner's," says Ralph Dillen- Kriner's Variety Center 3rd Sz Bridge Streets Your Authorized Du Pont Dealer on the West Shore Phone CE 2-9184 ATTENTION ! fan-"""""'w Freysinger Pontiac, Inc. 1537 Bridge St. New Cumberland, Pa. "This is the car for Satch," asserts "T" Hoffman. VVBe Hednc G ' Newberry Town E1ectr1ca1 Contractmg Kelvinator Appliances . 5 "f 9 Phone Lewlsberry 3478 I N Sandne! Sons New Cumberland, Pa. ROPE AND WIRE ROPE PRODUCTS -i 'lr West Shore Theater New Cumberland, Pa. 6 P.M. 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Charles Donley, foreman, operating the raised printing production unit Don't be a square Get hot service for real cats at' XX fe ' John A. Masters Painting - Decorating , Paperhanging 1 Interior - Exterior Commercial and Residential xx 716 3rd street Phone CEdar 2-7547 0'D0nneII's Esso Seivice New Cumbe,-1and,Pa. Bridge 8- Carol Sts. New Cumberland Your West Shore Broker Paul R. Eiclwelberger, Agency REAL ESTATE Sales - Rentals -- Appraisals Building Consultant 307 Market Street New Cumberland, Pa. 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