New Cumberland High School - Shawnee Yearbook (New Cumberland, PA)
- Class of 1959
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Editor - Ianice Mattson: Faculty Business Adviser - Mrs. Mary Hendriksma: Business Manager
ic ard Sxmeone. Editorial Adviser - Miss A. Naomi Peters.
presented by the
Senior Class of
New Cumberland High School
New Cumberland, Pennsylvania
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"And Thirty" - in the language of journalists means
the end of the story. It also means the life span of
our own N. C. High, 1929-1959, which now gives way
to growth and progress. The original building, oc-
cupied in 1929, included only 12 rooms surrounding
the combined auditorium-gymnasium. Periodic ad-
ditions of the music room in 1936, the northwest three-
room wing in 1938, the southeast office-shop section
in 1940, the band room in 1946, the northeast wing
with eleven classrooms, homemaking suite and cafe-
teria have provided facilities as the student popula-
tion soared. Through thirty busy years, New Cumber-
land High School has compiled a proud record in
sports, in music, in scholastic achievement. SHAW-
NEE presents this final edition as a lasting memory
and farewell to N. C. High.
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In times past -- Indian mocasins made trails along
these waters and named them SHAWNEE. Today
Shawnee waters have become the Yellow Breeches
Creek where students swim, boat and fish. Shawnee-
town, on the site of present-day New Cumberland,
was established as a trading post in 1688. Located
across the usually placid Susquehanna Lrom Harris
Ferry, now Harrisburg, capital of Pennsylvania, the
station became a cross-roads for travelers south and
west. From this early settlement has grown a pros-
perous suburban community of almost 9,000, the
third largest town in Cumberland County.
Happy Crowd the daily front hall line up waiting
for their stecrdxes to drag them to dance class.
Pictured nght are Randy Evertts B111 Stremmel, Bob
Baker Ron Evertts B111 Dccgle B111 Stoner, cmd
Careful Instruction - on proper spring-
board technique wins rapt attention in
boys' phys. ed class. Above left, Mr.
Russell Poole explains the hows and
whys to R. Payne, R. Blazer and W.
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Willing Helpers - join in a national
clothing-for-children crusade sponsored
by Student Council. Above right, mem-
bers M. Krone and I. Myers prepare
to ship part of the collection. Proud
Inventor - Iohn Bowen demonstrates
his mathematical brain child.
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Study Session - in familiar library
surroundings shows seniors catching up
on assignments. Pictured left, around
the table are: S. Penrose, S. Bachman,
T. Sebolt, P. Wolf, I. Kauffman.
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Take a pair of working hands that produce
our yearbook, our class plays . . plus a twink-
ling humor, a merry wit . . add to these in-
gredients a tireless energy with a dash of vigor
and vitality . . the result - Miss A. Naomi
Peters, to whom we dedicate SHAWNEE for
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Popular Duo - presents assembly pantomime skit. At
right, inseparable pals, Georgia Graham and "Squeaky"
Harbold, delight the audience.
Pesky kid - Orville played by Dick Lake, tries to collect
"honest graft" from Milkman Curt Umpleby, below left, in
a scene irom class play "In Case of Murder."
Youth Festival i representatives plan for
N C's participation in Teen dance at the
Zembo'Mosque on November 28. At left, are
Iudy Capito, Salian Lawley, N C High's Top
Teen: lake Myers, Festival Chairman: and
Big Pay-oil - comes for Roy Heagy and Iames Conley in
Hill-billy Hop - as happy crowd celebrates Sadie
Hawkins Day in true mountain style. Shown at right
are: Mike Kljnger, Tom Shuler, Doreen Lambert.
Carolyn Pager, and Susanne Bachman.
Future Secretaries - Thelma Snyder and Karen Weigle
look over their filing display.
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Tlme Out - for the pause that refreshes in the faculty room.
Shown at left are: Mr. Donald Cornish, Mr. Iohn Bender, student
teacher, Mr. Earl Follett.
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Sister Team - performs in a singing act for the
Class Day Program. Below right, Bonita and
Wilma Batdori harmonize to "Sitting on Top of
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Ioint School Committee - comprised of Board members representing Fairview Township, Lewisberry, Goldsboro, Newberry Township,
and New Cumberland is responsible for the operation of grades 7 through 12. Pictured above, left to right: Reverend D. Floyd Mowrey.
Mr. Charles Gemmill, Mr. Frank Kerlin, Mr. Norman Basehore, Mr. G lbert Beckley, Mr. George Gracey. Mr. Miles Brubaker, Mr. Russell
B. Updegraff, attorney, Mr. Ralph Kohler, Mr. Newton Bair, Mrs. Bertha Miller, Mrs. Florence Wintermyer, Mr. Wayne Beshore, Mr. Iohn
Muhlhouser, Mr. Harry Killick, Mr. Earl Zimmerman, Mr. S. P. Bomgardner, Mr. Paul Guyer.
MR. CHARLES GEMMILL
Commander in Chief - skillfully directs the
schools in the New Cumberland Ioint School
System. Through his many years of loyal and
devoted service, 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. With the completion of the new Cedar
Cliff High School his direct association with
the high school ends, although he will head
grades 1 through 9 in the New Cumberland
Iointure. To us he will always be the wise and
guiding spirit of our high school days.
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MR. S. P. BOMGARDNER
High School Principal
A Worthy Example - since 1925 Mr. Bom-
gardner has devoted considerable time to cur-
riculum and student schedules. His duties were
made more complicated with the increasing
student body. He remains as Principal of the
Iunior High School which will be housed in
the present high school building.
MR. I OHN IOHNSON
Guidance Director - Mr. Iohnson finds his
hours filled with student attendance and disci-
plinary problems. As guidance head, he inter-
views seniors and coordinates the testing pro-
gram for job placement as well as college
entrance. As adviser to the Student Council he
directs student government. In September Mr.
Johnson becomes an Assistant Principal at the
new Cedar Cliff High School.
MR. DAVID ROBERTSON
Amiable Supervisor - pilots the faculty and
pupils in the Manor and Hillside elementary
schools in New Cumberland. This busy sched-
ule means frequent trips to many classrooms
and supervision of almost 50 teachers. The
growing population of New Cumberland re-
cently necessitated the construction of the mod-
ern Hillside elementary building.
WALTER S. BAILETS
Shippensburg STC B. S.
Math: Assistant Football coach
STEWART G. BECKTEL
Bloomsburg STC B. S.
Shorthand and Office Practice
GERALD S. BRINTON
University of Maryland M. A.
American History: National Honor
Society: History Club
Shippensburg STC B. S.
Math and English
Bucknell University, M. Ed.
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EDITH H. DAVID
Millersville STC B. S.
ROBERT L. DECK
Temple University M. Ed.
Business Education head: Bookkeeping
MIRIAM B. DECKER
Shippensburg STC B. S., B.A.
High School Librarian: Library Club
Pennsylvania State University B. A.
Algebra and Plane Geometry
Lebanon Valley College B.A.
Spanish and English: Spanish Club
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DOROTHY M. KATHLEEN A. EARLES ROBERT EDWARDS IESSE W. ELICKER
DUNKLEBERGER Otlice Secretary East Stroudsburg TC B.S. Millersville STC B. S.
Mt. Sinai School of Nursing Driver Education Shop: Scenery Crew
R. N. School Nurse: Ioumalism
Future Nurses' Club lunior Play
EARL I. FOLLETT
Califomia STC B.S
Industrial Arts and
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RUTH POOR GEORGE FOX LAWRENCE M. GARMAN CLARA IANE GOODWIN IOHN H. GOODYEAR
William and Mary B.S. Lafayette College B. A. Shippensburg STC B.S. Indiana STC B.S. Elizabethan College B A
Business English Problems of Democracy Biology: History: Track Home Economics English
Steno Club and Civics Assistant Football Coach
GEORGE M. GRIMSHAW CLARA GUYER l
Edinborough STC B. S. Barnard. B. S.
Art Education Math
MARY B. HENDRIKSMA
Times and Shawnee
Temple University M. Ed.
MICHAEL HOMICK PAULINE HORWITZ
Bloomsburg STC B. S. Temple University B. S.
Civics: Ir. Historians Special Education
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IANE IUAREZ DOROTHY KLAIBER RICHARD KOSTUKOVICH LEE H. KROUT RAMONA A. LEBO
Waynesburg College B. A. Thiel College B.A. Shippensbuzg STC B. S. Syracuse University Indiana STC
English Latin Math Health and Phys Music Education
Intramurals Ir. High Chorus
Girls' and Mixed Choruses
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Math: 7th Street head teacher
ROBERT H. LISSE
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Pennsylvania State University B. S.
Engineering: Plane Geometry
THELMA L. MARKS
Marshall College B. A.
French and English
Le Cercle Francais
Indiana STC B. S.
ROBERT K. MILLER
Shippensburg STC B. S. Y
Typing and General Business ,
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MARY D. PAOLONE
University of Pittsburg
Health and Phys. Ed.
FRANK W. PAUL
Franklin and Marshall B A
Iunior High Guidance Counselor
FRED M. PEI!-'PER
Iuniata College B.S.
American and World History
"21" Club: Baseball Coach
FUCUHY Manager of Athletics
LOUISE H. PERRY
Wittenberg College B.A
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A. NAOMI PETERS
Columbia University M. A
Problems of Democracy
and World History
Senior Class Play
RUSSELL P. POOLE
West Chester STC B. S.
Boys' Health and Phys. Ed.
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English and World History A
VONNE D. RAYMOND
University ol Connecticut
English: Library Club
Lebanon Valley B.A
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RUTH M. ROADARMIEL
Office Practice and
LESTER R. ROCKEY
Texas College oi Arts
and Industries B. S.
General Science and
I. V. Football and
AUDREY K. ROKSANDIC
University M. Ed.
General Business and
Shippensburg STC B. S.
KENNETH L. SAMPSON
University M. Ed.
Band and Orchestra
ERNEST SCI-INIEDER BLANCHE E. SLAYBAUGH IOHN R. SMELTZ CLIFFORD SNYDER ELEANOR P. STANTON
Shippensburg STC B.S. Columbia University M. A. Pennsylvania State Pennsylvania State Kutztown STC B. S.
Science English: Department head University D. Ed. University B. S. Art Supervisor
Commencement Pageant Mathematics and Physics Mathematics Commercial Art Club
WILLIAM STEELE ROY G. SUTTON
Shippensburg STC B. S. Shippensburg STC B. S.
Science and Math Chemistry and Science
5th Street Head Teacher
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THELMA THOMPSON WILLARD L. TINSTMAN IANET O. TREDER
Cafeteria Ohio State University B.S. Wilson College B.A.
Business Manager Home Economics English and History
Pennsylvania State University B. A.
History and Geography
BETTY S. WEAVER
Indiana STC B. S.
MARY I. WILDMAN
Indiana STC B. S.
English and Geography
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Oregon State University B. S.
IOHN A. ZITTO
Lock Haven STC B. S.
Health and Phys. Ed.
Future Teachers - senior students from
Shippensburg State Teachers fulfill their
college requirements in practice teach-
ing at N. C. High. Below. William Reed.
Iohn Bender and Ronald Carlson.
I.et's Eat - at right, faculty members, Mrs. Ruth Foor and
Lawrence Garman pay for lunches as students line up
at the cashier's booth.
Time Out - of a busy teaching schedule during
lunch period. At left, in the Faculty room Dr. Iohn
Smeltz enjoys his noon coffee and jokes with friends
Iohn Zitto and Robert Lisse.
Deep Concentration - at faculty lunch tables below in the fore-
ground are: Mrs. Tinstman, Mrs. Krout, Mrs. Goodwin and Iohn
Bender. Background, Mrs. Ruth Foor recounts her problems to
Amusing Story - must be lunch table topic between Mrs. Paulson and Mrs. Walters.
Mr. Lawrence and Mr. Iohn Iohnson, Assistant
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Shawnee Conqratulates - Award Winners for 1959. Representa-
tives oi national, state and local organizations honored the
seniors pictured above at the Awards Assembly on May 28.
Connie Ebert and Robert Fortenbaugh received the Lions Club
prize for the highest scholastic average. ln addition Fortenbaugh
received seven other awards in Chemistry, Music, Science and
Math. Mary Wagner was the recipient of six prizes including
English and Citizenship. Ian Ludwig won iive prizes in the
scientific field cmd Colleen Small four honors for writing and
journalism. Four students, Iudith Altland, Richard Simeone,
Marjorie Treder and Stephanie Gotlob each captured three awards.
Five others, Dale Ames, Wilma Batdori, Darryl Ernst, Claudia
Bair and Ianice Martson, gained two awards. Single prize winners
were Maxine Evans, Iean Bonner, Carol Sandnes, Mary Miller,
Iohn Brinkley, Bruce Burns, Larry Simpson, Linda Harlacher,
Vance Stouifer, Iudith Kipp and Dottie Hamacher.
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First Honors - are awarded to the twenty-nine seniors pictured above who have attained an average of 90 or above during their four
years in high school.
Class Advisers - guiding the Class of 1959
through a busy year of assemblies, plays,
parties and graduation activities are these
advisers who gave their time and leadership
to New Cumberland's last senior class. Pic-
tured below are: Dr. Iohn Smeltz, Mr. Kenneth
Sampson, Mrs. Ruth Poor, Mr. Roy Sutton,
Mrs. Eleanor Stanton, Mrs. Edith David and
Mr. Earl Follett.
CLASS OF 1959
Pace setters - are the senior class officers
whose brilliant leadership sparked the largest
class in New Cumberland history. Through
many busy hours and conferences with ad-
visers and administrators, they filled a memor-
able year with countless activities. With a
victorious magazine campaign, a hilarious and
scary play and a super-colossal assembly
production, "The Roaring Twentiesf' the Class
of 1959 was oft to a good start. The class
banquet, senior ball, Commencement party
wrote finis to the year in holiday fashion.
Pictured left are: Iacob Myers, President:
Linda Harlacher, Treasurer: Sally Minskey,
Secretary: and Philip Wolf, Vice-President
talking over another of "Iake's" famous
Club 59 - highlights the class assembly program.At right, cigar-
ette girl Dolly CBrucel Bums tlirts with patron Bob Fortenbaugh. "l
Goofed" - wails Sandy Bair as she waits to piclc up the last
Charleston routine of the Flapperettes. Below center are: Minskey,
Eisley, Bair, Hamacher, Miller, Lawley and Dolly.
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Chorus Special - trying
to keep in step are senior
boys in their dance rou-
tine. Shown at bottom are:
Cider Krone. Freddie Wolf,
Darlene Ernst, Roberta
Agnew, Rickey Mailey.
Dinkleberry Dagle and
Mixed Chorus 4: Track l.2,3.4: Football
2: Latin Club 1.2: French Club 3: Honor
Society 3.4: always sports: carrot top:
a harem of girls: rain go away: hauls
the Manor gang: Agnew's hardware:
trip to New Market: no poet: college:
Intramurals 2.4: Steno Club 4: a cer-
tain guy named "Woody": "55" Fords:
happy go lucky: dislikes pizza pie and
pixie haircuts: housewife: secretary.
Girls' Chorus 2.3.4: Intramurals 3:
French Club 2.3: Future Nurses Club
3.4: National Honor Society 3.4: Latin
Club 1.2: Play Cast 3.4: Shawnee 4:
tickles the ivories: conservative: French
enthusiast: those Fords: likes band mus-
ic: and reading: aversion for research
themes: an angel of Mercy.
Basketball 184.108.40.206 : Baseball 220.127.116.11: Latin
Club 1.2: Radio Staff 18.104.22.168: Stage
Crew 1,2.3.4: Student Council 1.2.3:
class president 1: awarded silver key
in Latin: gives sports all he has: a
thinking man: short and shy: college
Latin Club 1.2: French Club 3: Tri-Hi-Y
4: Play Production 3.4: Shawnee 3.4:
Cherry Pie Queen 2: Scholastic Art
Award 2: good citizen 4: frequently
seen at the movies: with her West
Shore beau: rain go away: needle and
thread her trademark: merchandising
Band 2.3.4: Girls Chorus 2.4: Student
Council 4: Spanish Club 2.3.4: Latin
Club 1: Tri-Hi-Y 3: Library Club 3:
Play Cast 3.4: Shawnee Staff 4: Times
4: redheads rate: music. music, music:
that red beet look: music teacher: L. V.
Band l,2.3.4: Chorus 4: County Chorus
4: Intramurals 2.3.4: French Club 3.4:
Tri-Hi-Y 4: Latin Club 1.2: Play Pro-
duction 3.4: Shawnee 4: talker supreme:
music rates high: proficient Frenchman:
dislikes confusion: snappy dresser:
boredom begone: Polyclinic.
Intramurals l.2,3.4: Red Cross Council
3.4: hot ford: avid artist: those under-
class girls: supreme non-conformist: the
barber's original: navy bound.
Girls' Chorus 2.3.4: Intramurals 2.3.4:
Tri-Hi-Y 3.4: Red Cross Council 2: "21"
Club 3.4: Library Club 2.3.4: Steno
Club 4: Play Production 4: hard work-
er: Ocean City beach parties: taste for
uniforms: airline office secretary.
Girls' Chorus 2.3.4: Intramurals 2.3.4:
Latin Club 1.2: French Club 3.4: Red
Cross Council 22.214.171.124: "2l" Club 2.3.4:
Tri-Hi-Y 3.4: president's lady: slumber
parties: wild jeep rides: one of the
mousekataps: school teacher.
CAROL BELL MAXINE BIFFART IEAN BONNER IAMES BOWEN
Business Education General Business Educqgicn Gcncrql
Orchestra 2.3: Band 1.2.3.
4: Intramurals 1.2,3,4:
Steno Club 4: blushes
brillant red: drums, drums.
and more drums: sports
enthusiast: rain go away:
a friend to all: WAP.
Girls' Chorus 2,3.4: Intra-
murals l,2,3.4: "2l"
3,4: Tri-Hi-Y 3.4: Red
Cross Council 2.3.4:
ish Club 3: Play Production
3,4: horse enthusiast: one
ol the pony tails: giggle
with a twinkle: riding in-
Intramurals 1.2,3: Latir
Club 1.2: Tri-Hi-Y 3.4
Steno Club 4: Centra
Treasury 4: aversion tr
journalism classes: Iohi
Harris formals: Silver Lake
hopeful: dental reception
Football 1,2,3.4: Track 1.2,
3.4: Intramurals 4: his
mind stays on Fifth Street:
fickle juniors disturb him:
a teacher's buddy: Navy
Mixed Chorus 2,3.4: Boys'
Chorus 2: County Chorus
3.4: Boys' Octet 4: Wrest-
ling 4: Spanish Club 2:
Red Cross Council 4: Little
Indian 1,2,3.4: hi-ii enthusi-
ast: senior girls appeal to
him: electrical engineer.
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DOROTHY BRICKER JOHN BRINKLEY ROBERT BROTHERS RONALD BRUAW BRUCE BURNS
General Academic General Academic Academic
Diamond sparkle: speaks
in a whisper, in class:
flaming red hair: no school
bus rides for her: goes for
Baseball 2: Intramurals 1
2.3.4: Latin Club 1: Span-
ish Club 2: relishes spe-
lunkingi math his special-
A hunting enthusiast:
chauileurs a hot ford: girl
shy: abhors vocab ses-
sions: fisherman supreme:
call Brother's plumbing
Wrestling 3,4: quiet man
on campus: NC's wrestler:
hunting and fishing top his
list: one of the country
boys: long bus rides to
school not for him.
Chorus 1: Intramurals 2:
Commercial Art Club 2.3,
4: Play Cast 4: one of the
many who dislike vocab:
red is the artist's color:
a second Rembrandt: col-
lector of movie ads: class
clown: future: an artist.
Girls' Chorus 2: Twirler
2.3.4: Intramurals 2.3.47
Latin Club 1.2: Spanish
Club 3: Radio Staff 4: Play
Production 4: TIMES 2.4:
noted ballerina: pert twirl-
er: college hopeful.
Band l,2.3.4: Girls' Chorus
Z: Intramurals 2.3.4: Li-
brary Club 3.4: Steno Club
4: Tri-I-Ii-Y 3.4:.Play Cast
3.4: Yearbook Staff 4: eyes
that twinkle: the
male in the sax
need a good
MARY ANN CODER
Girls' Chorus 2.3.4: Intra-
murals 1.2,3.4: Latin Club
1.2: French Club 3.4: Stu-
dent Council 4: Play Pro-
duction 4: Times 2: Shaw-
nee 4: lives in a world of
happiness: foreign sports
cars: blue. blue Mondays:
Football 4: Basketball 2.3.
4: Track 3.4: Red Cross
Council 2: Hi-Y 3: Varsity
Club 3.4: Student Council
3.4: Homeroom President
1.3,4: Likes desserts: pre-
fers basketball: big little
man: future in the air
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Girls' Chorus l.2,3.4: In-
tramurals 2.3.4: Latin Club
1.2: Future Nurses' Club
3.4: Tri-Hi-Y 3.4: Play Pro-
duction 3.4: Yearbook Staff
3.4: "Robinhood's Marion:
incessant chatter: Oh. that
new Merc: future nurse.
Wrestling 2: Football l:
Latin Club 1: French Club
3: flashing black eyes and
a devlish smile: school
bores him: cops chase him:
interest lies in cars. esp.
fords: Marines for him.
Football 2.3.4: Baseball l.
2.3: Intramurals 3.4: Var-
sity Club 3.4: Student COUR-
cil 3: Spanish Club 4:
Home Room President 3:
New Cumberland's Out-
standing Lineman ol 1958:
ed: a contagious smile: an-
other Navy man.
Mixed Chorus 2: Girls'
Chorus 2.3,4: Intramurals
2.3,4: Steno Club 4: Play
Production 3: a good joke
rates high: her eye's on
the Navy: those were some
slumber parties: cold
weather has no appeal to
Glen: a future secretary
in the WAVES.
Red Cross Council l.2.3.4:
Tri-I-li-Y 3.4: Play Produc-
tion 3.4: diamond sparkle:
pizza and subs: I'll say:
the town across the river:
Saturday night dances: oh
those backseat drivers:
iz' 96.1 '
ROBERT E. DANNER
Central Treasury 4: joker:
greenhouse janitor: girl
shy: first class ticket taker:
likes greenbacks: dishwa-
ter hands: Coffee's right
hand man: oh. that gun:
movie mad: businessman.
Intramurals 2,3.4: Latin Club 1.2: French
Y 4: Play Production 4: Yearbook Staff
4: an aversion to Pizza: an ardent
movie fan: always a kind word: busi-
ness college: here she comes!
Intramurals 2.3: Latin Club 1.2: Steno
Club 4: Tri-Hi-Y 4: Play Production 3.4:
"Buckwheat": Coal black hair with eyes
to match a pert pixie: never seems to
have a worry: "Here I is": always
laughing: future airline hostess.
Girls' Chorus 2,3,4: Intramurals l.2,3.4:
"21" Club 3.4: Steno Club 4: Play Pro-
duction 4: frequently seen eating cheese
crackers and drinking cokes: New York
is the city for her: class trips?: sin-
cerity's own: future secretary.
Wrestling 2,3,4: underclass girls: lilac
colored convertibles: a Mat man: could
do without English: Lewisberry lassies:
a wise guy isn't for him: or themes:
ready ior Uncle Sam.
Football 3.4: Track 3.4: Intramurals 2.
3.4: Latin Club 2: Mixed Chorus 2.3:
original hair style: always sports: the
nonchalant type: neat and well-dressed:
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Red Cross Council 4: good things come
in small packages: another Betty Crock-
er: petite and sweet: sharp dresser: tall
boys: no soup on her menu: 1st period
Shorthand Class: model.
Band l.2.3.4: Intramurals l: Latin Club
1.2: Tri-Hi-Y 4: French Club 3.4: Red
Cross Council 4: Future Nurses' Club 3:
Library Club 3.4: Play Production 3.4:
National Honor Society 3.4: Connie's
other half: a true friend to all: college
bound: nursing in her future.
Tri-Hi-Y 4: "21" Club 3.4: Spanish Club
3.4: Latin Club 1.2: National Honor
Society 3.4: Play Production 3.4: two
peas in a pod: desire to travel: full
of laughs: angel of mercy.
SUZANN E EISLEY
Band Front 2.3.4: Mixed Chorus 3.4:
Girls' Chorus 2.3.4: French Club 3.4:
Spanish Club 3.4: those aubum tresses:
fun-loving: poised: welldressed: college
Latin Club 1: Steno Club 4: another
Chevy fan: a twinkle in her eye: likes
being a country girl: one of the wheels
on roller skates: any kind of office work.
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Band l.2.3.4: Mixed Chorus 2: Orchestra
l.2.3.4: I. V. Football 2: Track 2: Latin
Club 1.2: French Club 3: Student Coun-
cil 4: Play Cast 3.4: Yearbook Staff 3.4:
popular music: science specialist:
iriendly and aitable: loyalty and spirit
backing N. C.: eye for the girls: pharma-
Intramurals 2.3.4: Library Club 3.4: Red
Cross Council 2.3.4: "Z1" Club 3.4:
Steno Club 4: Central Treasury 4: Play
Production 4: Good Citizen 3: girl with
a smile: a delightful personality: mis-
chievous eyes: "haven't the ipggiestn:
bound lor secretarial world.
Band 126.96.36.199: Mixed Chorus 2: Boys'
Chorus 2: Orchestra 188.8.131.52: Dance Band
1.2: Football l.2.3,4: Intramurals l.Z.3.4:
Varsity Club 3.4: pizza pie addict: goes
for "coffee" beans: a male Betty Crock-
er: small but mighty: Fido to his bud-
dies: Navy Cook.
Wrestling 3: that '59 Ford: out of
town girls: a hunting license well-used:
eager to graduate: visits to the Plaza:
seen but seldom heard: "Buzzy" in
person: Sinbad the Sailor.
Intramurals 2.3: Spanish Club 3.4:
French Club 4: Future Nurses Club 3.4:
Commercial Arts Club 3.4: Latin Club
1: Shawnee Sta!! 3.4: Times Staff 2.3.4:
Individualist with purple iingemails:
look at those eyes: avid horror show
fan: enjoys poor health: headed for
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Tri-Hi-Y 1.2,3.4: Halloween Queen 4:
West Shore's loss. NC's gain: boy
troubles: what a figure! long. long
locks: everybody's iriend: dancing lev-
er: private secretary.
Intramurals 184.108.40.206: Latin Club 1.2: Play
Production 3.4: When Irish eyes are
smiling: B G I-I's pride and joy: Spa-
ghetti and Pizza her specialty: a fluff
ot candy cotton always dressed in style:
The Bell Telephone Co.'s new tracer.
Band 220.127.116.11: Orchestra 18.104.22.168: Mixed
Chorus 2.3.4: Boys' Chorus 2: District
Band 4: County Band 2.3.4: Intramurals
2.3.4: French Club 3: National Honor
Society 3.4: Play Cast 3.4: Shawnee 4:
Little Einstein: digs classical music but
not rock and roll: man in a hurry: plays
a cool sax: future engineer.
Football 4: Baseball 3.4: Intramurals
22.214.171.124: the outdoorsman look: Golds-
boro's favorite son: the older girls:
lives tor sports: hates to get up in the
morning: his future home -- the Air
Intramurals 2.4: Steno Club 4: seen in
a dark green Cadillac: Roller skating at
Haar's: abhors snobs: loyal and sin-
cere: aubum tresses and watch out for
the temper that goes with them! future
Girls' Chorus 3: Intramur-
als 2,4: "2l" Club 3,4: Lat-
in Club 1: Tri-Hi-Y 4: Steno
Club 4: Future Nurses
Club 4: Play Production 3:
Laughing dark eyes: inter-
est in Manchester: sense
of humor: partial to con-
vertibles: another pizza pie
lover: along with cotton
candy: Air Force or Navy.
Intramurals 2: Tri-Hi-Y 3:
French Club 3: Latin Club
1: Steno Club 4: Circula-
tion and Business manager
of N. C. Hi Times 2.3,4:
"Little Stevie": whiz in
basketball: l with a halo:
Ioker with a serious side:
prefers servicemen: do
away with noisy people:
Cars, cars, and more cars:
especially Fords: radio
and TV whiz: prankster:
can't wait to graduate:
girl shy: Monday morning
blues: tall and lanky: that
laugh of his: hunting:
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Intramurals 2,3,4: Steno Intramurals 2,3,4: Red
Club 4: Play Usherette 4: Cross Council 1,2,3.4: Play
Elvis and Ricky fan: oh, Production 3,4: no kiddin':
those red convertibles: out of town boys: a wheel
hates those long hours on roller skates: enjoys
waiting for the school bus: sports: and pizza pie:
blonde and bashful: wil- yearns to buy a Ford:
ling tO do anything asked doesn't like to be bossed:
of her: avoids show-offs: New Market Tech: future
future secretary. in business.
Commercial Art Club 4:
Maryland import: towers
over everybody: but likes
his gals little: wears
clothes like a man of dis-
tinction: ready for trips to
anywhere: artistic talent:
rushing to his after school
job: hopes to be a com-
Band Front 2.3,4: Girls'
Chorus 2: Mixed Chorus
2: Intramurals 2,3,4: Steno
Club 4: Red Cross Coun-
cil 4: Tri-Hi-Y 3: Play Pro-
duction 4: Our pretty May
Queen: Iohnny Mathias
fan: "saw my honey":
depot worker: housewife:
always talking to
Band l,2,3: Mixed Chorus
2.3.4: Boys' Chorus 2: l.n-
tramurals l,2.3: Latin Club
1.2: National Honor Society
3.4: one of NC's spelunk-
ers: a scientist in attitude
and manner: self confi-
dence behind a mask of
indifference: serious mind-
ed: slide rules call: wants
to build bridges: after
Mixed Chorus 3,4: Boys'
Chorus 3,4: our own
"Ricky Nelson": individual-
ist: hides behind his "gog-
gles": intense interest in
everything scientific: me-
chanical drawinq ability:
Uncle Sam decides his
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Band 3.4: Orchestra 1,2.3,4:
Mixed Chorus 2,3: Girls'
Chorus 2: Mixed Octet 4:
Intramurals 2.3.42 Spanish
Club 3: Tri-Hi-Y 3,4: Play
Cast 4: tall boys: sudden
spontaneous gaiety: an in-
quisitive mind: opinion for
every problem: Shippens-
burg STC: a future math
Girls' Chorus 2,3,4: Intra-
murals 2,3,4: Red Cross
Council 2,3,4: Steno Club
4: Play Production 3,4:
loves cheeseburgers: let's
dance: always "Squeaky":
quite a conversationalist:
no early riser: future
Steno Club 4: likes to rol-
ler skate: rock and roll fan:
sounds of typing and dic-
tation: jitterbug artist: dis-
likes rainy days: hates to
get up early for school:
Fords all the WCIY: he Band 2,3,4: Intramurals 1.
marks the beginning of2,3,4: Latin Club 1: Span-
hunting season: school bus ish Club 3: Library Club
rides bother him: so do2,3,4: National Honor So-
P. D. reports: little man ciety 3,4: Tri-Hi-Y 3,4: Play
with lots of might: his sly Production 4: Class Treas-
grin: future obscure.
urer 1,2,3,4: athletics in
any form: loves motor-
cycles: math whiz: Mrs
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Intramurals 4: Latin Club
1: Steno Club 4: sports
fan: easy to get along
with: doesn't go for public
speaking days in English
class: prefers jazz: avoids
gossiping girls: abhors
tights and sack dresses:
hopes to be a private
Intramurals 1,2,3,4: Span-
ish Club 2: hunter and
fisherman supreme: avid
sports ian: usually absent
first day of any season:
would like to be a fores-
ter: bashful and retiring:
will probably end up as
an army electronics tech-
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Steno Club 4: little Girls' Chorus 2,3: Intra- Intramurals 2,3: Red Cross
"Midge": warmth in q murals 2.3,4: French Club Council 3: Tri-Hi-Y 3,4:
friendly smile: wouldn't 3: Latin Club 2: Future Future Nurses Club 4: long
miss roller skating on Fri. Nurses Club 4: Play Pro- red hair: goes into spins
day night: prefers subs to duction 3: Play Usherette for the Air Force: that
pizza: gets those em-ly 4: a babbling brook: likes crazy giggle: raring to go:
morning blues: demureg boys in any way, shape, never stops talking: the
seldom heard: future clerk- likes to drive that '49 Ply- 01' form: Bar-B-Que Cottage holiday spirit: wants to
typist. mouth: office worker. regular: future telephone move Alaska east: plans
operator. for her own Beauty Salon.
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Forever roller skating at
Haar's: sips on milk-
shakes: ready for a laugh:
dark, dark hair: boys, tall
dark and available: seen
in a Chevy: fights doing
P. D. reports: counts the
days until graduation: her
money worries: office
Basketball l,2,3,4: Baseball 1,3: Spanish
Club 3: My Maryland: a basketball
man above all: that crazy laugh: reads
all the sports news: usually moves in
slow motion: not one to waste words
or energy: dislikes silly girls: college
in his future.
Mixed Chorus 2: Boys' Chorus 2: Intra-
murals 4: sparkling eyes with an imp-
ish glow: glowing good looks: endless
wild predicaments: tall tales
who listen: friendly to all: heart for
auto-racing: outdoorsman: looks forward
to hunting season: future uncertain.
Latin Club l,2: Spanish Club 3: Steno
Club 4: tired of Murphy's: greets all
with "Hi, people!": small bundle of
dynamite: with a small child look: ever
dependable: prefers drummers: sincere
friend: probably will be a housewife.
Mixed Chorus 2: Girls' Chorus 2,3.4:
Orchestra l,2.3,4: Intramurals 1,2,3: Tri-
Hi-Y 3,4: Latin Club 1.2: Play Pro-
duction 3,4: Times Staff 3: Shawnee
Staff 4: prefers a wolf: watches for a
beat-up convertible: the girl next door:
natural curls and a cute hair-do: future
Intramurals 1,2.3: great outdoors man:
prefers hunting and fishing: ' scarcely
ever heard: shy with the women: Italian
food his weakness: not keen on oral
reports: lean, dark, and handsome:
Navy career in his future.
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Band Twirler 2,3: Head Twirler 4: Li-
brary Club 3,4: Steno Club 4: Tri-Hi-Y
3:4: isn't afraid of a "Mouse": glowing
red page boy: baby doll smilehvpetite:
expert twirler: concentrates on Council
orders: future in the business world.
Mixed Chorus 2: Girls' Chorus 2,3,4:
Latin Club 1.2: Spanish Club 3: Steno
Club 4: Tri-Hi-Y 4: Shawnee Staff 4:
ace magazine salesman: quiet charm:
shiny dark eyes: her reports are master-
pieces: our Cadillac girl: college bound.
Band 1,2.3,4: Mixed Chorus 2,3,4: Girls'
Chorus 2: Naturals 2,3,4: Orchestra 2.
3.4: Intramurals 2,4: National Honor
Society 3,4: Tri-Hi-Y 3,4: Play Cast 3,4:
Shawnee Staff 3,4: individualist: friendly
to all: actress of note: University of
Pittsburgh or bust.
Girls' Chorus 3.4: Latin Club l,2: Span-
ish Club 3: Tri-Hi-Y 3.4: Red Cross
Council 4: bowling fan: hates getting
up in the morning: chief interest is
music: calm and unruffled: serious
student: Conservatory of Music.
Football 2,3: "Killer" to his buddies:
the original joker: never quiet: just
loves the Library: "Ah. please Mrs.
Decker?": drives like a fiend: map
maker supreme: future in the Navy.
Latin Club 1: food fanatic: cheesebur-
gers in particular: blonde and petite:
goes for pipes, mustaches. and curly
black hair: bubbling over: artistic abili-
ty: music of all kinds: future undecided.
Mixed Chorus 2: Boys' Chorus 2: Wrest-
ling 3: Football 4: Track 4: Student
Council 4: National Honor Society 3.4:
Play Production 3.4: blushes easily:
ace spelunker: the uniform of the Civil
Air Patrol: friendly and then some:
Intramurals 4: girl shy: looks forward
to hunting season: and fishing: spends
his time in shop: mechanical drawing
is for him: helpful with the projector:
history is for the historians: scarcely
ever heard: enjoys mathematics: future
Mixed Chorus 2: Girls' Chorus 2.3:
Intramurals 2.3.4: Latin Club l: French
Club 3.4: Tri-Hi-Y 4: Play Production
3,47 sparkling eyes: interested in every-
one: carefree: passion for food: tall.
slim. and trim: Penn State bound.
Mixed Chorus Z: Girls' Chorus 2: ln-
tramurals' l.2.3.4: Tri-Hi-Y 3.4: Latin
Club 1.2: Spanish Club 3.4: Play Pro-
duction 3.4: Miss NC Hi: a bundle
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of blonde beauty: a bushel of smiles: L y g
active in everything: mad about foot-
ball: NC's Teen Queen: medical sec-
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Band 2.3.4: Wrestling 3.4: Spanish Club
2.3: Latin Club l: Where there are
sports, there's Leedy: an Eagle Scout:
likes everything and everybody: that
little boy look: scientific interests: true
shutter bug: a future in the Air Force.
Mixed Chorus 2: Girls' Chorus 2.3.4:
Intramurals 2.3.42 Steno Club 4: Cheer-
leader l.2.3.4: Tri-Hi-Y 3.4: Spanish Club
3: Shawnee Staff 4: Play Production
3.4: forever busy: can be found any
time in the phys. ed office: pep and
Intramurals l.3.4: Football 2.3.4: Track
3.4: Hi-Y 2: he haunts the Saturday
night dances: can't stand girls who
show off: admits he is shy: sports of
all kinds: anything but speeches: an
Air Force man.
Student Mgr.. Football 1,2.3: Track 2.3.4:
Latin Club l: Spanish Club 2.3: National
Honor Society 3.4: Student Council 1.2.4.
President 4: Class President 2: not
really a "Mouse": Mr. Garman's favorite
biologist: brains to spare: the tall. lean
look: Drexel man.
Intramurals 2.3.4: Baseball 4: Scouts
consume much of his time: a real out-
doorsman: hunter supreme: still waters
run deep: opens the fishing season:
hopes to be a forester.
Mixed Chorus 2: Boys'
Chorus 2: Football l.2.3.4:
Track 2.4: Intramurals 1,
2.4: Latin Club 1.2: Stu-
dent Council 4: Play Cast
3.4: our Rick: "yeah": tall
and handsome: a ladies
man: spirited quarterback:
a future jet pilot.
Girls' Chorus 3.4: Intra-
murals 2.3.4: Latin Club
1.2: Student Council 2.3:
Library Club 2.3,4: Future
Nurses Club 3.4: Tri-Hi-Y
3.4: Spanish Club 3.4: Play
Production 3.4: Shawnee
9dif01' 4: May Queen at-
tendant 2: one of the
"Olds" gang: tell her your
problems: U ol P Nursing
Band l.2.3.4: Mixed Chorus
2: Boys' Chorus 2: Intra-
murals 3.4: Football 1.2.3.
4: Baseball 2.3: Basketball
3: Scenery Crew l.2.3.4:
Student Council 2: King
of Hearts: our favorite
"Meat": his shy grin: most
friendly fella: Air Force.
Football 2.3.4: Basketball
2,3,4: Track 2.3.4: Student
Council 2: Scenery Crew
l.2.3.4: Hi-Y 2.4: Play
Production 3.4: Mize, the
popular: keynotes the fash-
ion: abhors hillbilly music:
lucky at cards: future in
the Navy as a submariner.
SALLY MINSKEY SHARON MOSS BARRY M'U'TH IACOB MYERS
Girls' Chorus 2.3.4: Intra-
murals 2,3,4: Steno Club 4:
Student Council 2: Red
Cross Council 3.4: Tri-Hi-Y
3.4: Cheerleader l.2.3.4:
Play Production 3.4: Shaw-
nee Stait 4: Class Secre-
tary 1,3.4: Football Queen
4: typical American beau-
ty: pure charm: personality
plus: legal secretary.
Band l.2.3.4: Intramurals
2,3.4: Student Council 4:
French Club 2,3.4: Tri-Hi-Y
3.4: Play Cast 4: Play
Production 3: Shawnee
Staff 4: pizza parties:
"Buck" lever" dislikes
Mondays and spiders:
wouldn't know what to do
without noon dances:
Army "brat": future in
Intramurals 3: Sports en-
thusiast: lanky lad in
jeans: always working on
math problems: man of
few words: found in end-
less study halls: girls bore
him: strictly against spa-
ghetti: a future in the Air
Band 4: Track l.2.3.4: Stu-
dent Council 3.4: French
Club 3.4: Latin Club 1.2:
Play Cast 3: Play Produc-
tion 4: Youth Festival
Chairman 4: hail to Iake.
our president: fun to be
around: lull of brilliant
plans: loves people: works
like mad at everything:
attomey at law.
Mixed Chorus 2.3.4: Girls'
Chorus 2: Naturals 2.3:
Band 4: County Chorus 2.
3.4: District Chorus 4: Or-
chestra 1.2: Intramurals 2:
Play Production 3: always
knitting: those long walks
downtown: warbler su-
preme: seamstress of note:
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Latin Club 1: Spanish Club
2.3: Play Cast 4: likes
rock 'n roll: affable and
good natured: was he a
real Dracula?: hates to
walk anywhere: fights
snobbery: can talk about
everything: won't admit
he has brains: a future
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THEODORE NEGLEY MARGARET NEIMAN LOUISE NESS DAVID NEWMYEH IOI-IN NONEMAKER
Latin Club l: Spanish Club
2: shy, especially with
girls: would prefer to be
alone in a plane: Ground
Observer Corps faithful:
a Plymouth man: dreads
vocab: could do without
giving speeches: but not
without math: engineer.
Intramurals 2: Tri-Hi-Y 3,4:
Steno Club 4: just a simple
little home: best known as
"Beth": a 57 Ford: Ron
and her band of gold: why
get up at 6:30 a.m.: loves
snow: wants only to be
Intramurals 1.2: Tri-Hi-Y 4:
loves pizza: and pickles:
money mad: her friends
call her Blondie: likes her
men tall and dark: can't
stand motorcycles: and
conceited people: rhythm
on roller skates: future of-
Chevies his weakness:
anything in skirts: majors
in study halls: sportsman
at heart: prefers anything
to school: pretended dis-
interest: not much for con-
versation: farming his logi-
cal choice: plans to retire
Mixed Chorus 2,3.4: Boys'
Chorus 2: Mixed Octet 2.
3,4: Boys' Octet 3,4: Foot-
ball l.2: Student Council
3: girls, little and sweet:
strictly a Ford man: trips
uptown: serious minded:
rock 'n roll singing sen-
sation: Army calls him.
ROBERT OZANNE BONNIE PEIFFER KEITH PEIFFER SUSAN PENROSE IAMES PIERCE
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Football l,2,3,4: Intramur-
als 3: Baseball 2: a bash-
ful lad: all out for football:
Connecticut Yankee: still
talks with that New Eng-
land accent: never wastes
words: look to the sky:
Air Force blue.
Band l,Z,3,4: Mixed Chorus
2,3,4: Girls' Chorus 2:
Latin Club 1: Tri-Hi-Y 3,4:
Steno Club 4: Play Pro-
duction 3,4: Shawnee Staff
4: those crazy sleeping
parties: pizza lan: loves
Ocean City beach parties:
but not early band prac-
tices: airline secretary.
Blue Mountain import: un-
derclass girls: a cute grin:
now a loyal Tiger: Ire-
quently seen at Silver
Lake: the reserved type: a
whiz on roller skates: those
cafeteria study halls: col-
lege is his ambition.
Girls' Chorus 4: Latin Club
1: French Club 3: Tri-Hi-Y
3: Future Nurses Club 3.4:
Play Production 3,4: loves
snowy days: always ice
skating: conceited people
on her black list: also
lazy boys: sneezing her
specialty: wants to be an
Radio Staff 3,4: Spanish
Club 4: drummer man?
never does today what he
can put off: champion ab-
sentee: music of any kind:
gilt of gab: helps foul up
our weather: some one
give him cr comb: goes for
interpretive dancing: future
Tri-Hi-Y 4: Steno Club 4: Latin Club 1:
pizza addict: roller skating enthusiast:
love that pink and white Chevy: Mon-
day morning blues: those big, round
eyes: mlm and serene on the surface:
Library Club 3,4: trim and slim: the
shyest of all: her friendly smile: not
keen on grocery stores: mad about
spaghetti: and Pat Boone: future IBM
IAN ICE REED
Red Cross Council 1: green eyes: and
a '56 Chevy: chocolate cake fiend:
those late hours baby-sitting: no motor-
cycle rider: misses her pony tail: dis-
likes snowy days: little girl with a lot
of might: future typist.
Girls' Chorus 1: Latin Club 1: Steno
Club 4: the sweet strains of Mantovani's
orchestra: Marines: swimming a favor-
ite: tennis fan: no banana splits for
her: or Western movies: no jazz records
in her collection: Bell Telephone for her.
Latin Club 3: Future Nurses Club 4:
enjoys skating: and older boys: leflefs-
she gets stacks of letters: could eat
pizza anytime, anywhere: no snobs for
her friends: a follower Oi F10I9HCe
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Football l,2,3.4: underclass girls for
him: wishes English was not inevit-
able: Fords or Mercs any day: those
crazy horror movies: sports enthusiast:
that eternal grin: all out for electronics:
a boy in blue.
Milied ChO1'1-IS 2.3.4: Girls' Chorus 3:
Naturals 2,3,4: Latin Club 1: Spanish
Club 2: Steno Club 4: give her music,
music: foreign languages rate high:
ditto the Air Force: appreciates a good
sense of humor: no noisy kids for her:
wants to be a secretary.
Band 1,2,3,4: Orchestra 3,4: Intramurals
2,3: Library Club 2,3.4: Spanish Club
3.4: Latin Club 1,2: talks up a storm:
listens to classical music: bowls in
her spare time: reads everything: could
dance the night away: college, then her
Intramurals 2,3,4: Commercial Art Club
3.4: Latin Club 1,2: French Club 3.4:
Tri-Hi-Y 4: Radio Staff: Play Production
3,4: Shawnee Staff 4: speaker of note:
always painting and drawing: tempera-
mental: more hot dogs and catsup:
Intramurals 1,27 Assembly 3: a superb
procrastinator: purely a spectator: our
Sheik of Araby: could be a fine speak-
er: reads constantly: secret desire to
vocalize: future obscure.
Football 1.2: Basketball 2: Intramurals
3.4: Spanish Club 3: Hi-Y 2.4: seen in
a hot '58 Ford: frequents the Bar-B-
Q Cottage: class clown: majors in girls:
those night shifts at Pooler's: one of
Dr. Smeltz' special headaches: armed
Intramurals 2.3.4: Latin Club 1.2: Span-
ish Club 3.4: Tri-Hi-Y 3.4: "2l" Club
3.4: Play Cast 3.4: tall boys: fine
character actress: munching on dill
pickles: letter writer: that auburn hair:
Moravian College: then Nurses' training.
The short stop for Lisburn: cooperative
and helpful: the artistic touch: crazy
over horses: better known as Mrs. Mills:
no football fan: how she hates to wait
for the school bus: reads constantly:
a simple band of gold: receptionist.
Basketball Manager 3.4: no gabby girls
for him: hot rods excite him: man of
few words: keeper of the basketballs:
man in a jeep: always a willing hand:
bookkeeping his specialty: hopes to be
a business man.
Mixed Chorus 2: Boys' Chorus 2: Foot-
ball 3.4: Scenery Crew 126.96.36.199: rugged:
all out for football: sports preferred:
his pals call him "Pizon": tiny girls for
him: a deep booming voice: good-
natured: Navy ahead.
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National Honor Society 3.4: Radio Staff 4:
Play Cast 3.4: Shawnee Business Mana-
ger 4: Times citizen: avid hockey fan:
can't get enough music: his red and
yellow Studebaker: speech maker de
luxe: college: Episcopal clergyman.
Basketball Manager 3.4: Intramurals 1.
2.3.4: sports of all kinds: the big
"Goose": the tall. lean type: outdoors
with the Safari wagon: no liver on his
menu: a well-used hunting license:
plans to sail the seven seas.
Basketball 188.8.131.52: Intramurals: Spanish
Club 2.3: a whiz on the hard boards:
avid sports fan: a man of few words:
dislikes those surprise Chem tests: Trig
classes are for him: bound for Ship-
pensburg STC: a future teacher.
Basketball 184.108.40.206: Track 2.3.4: Football
l.2,3.4: Spanish Club 2.3: Class Veep
3: a big man in sports: N C's outstand-
ing back: answers to "Woon": popu-
lar with everyone: king of hearts: foot-
ball king: prefers blondes: college
Intramurals l.Z,3.4: Red Cross Council
l.2,3: French Club 3.4: Radio Staff 3.4:
National Honor Society 3.4: Correspond-
ents' Club 2.3.4: Times Staff 2.3.4, Co-
Editor 4: Shawnee Staff 4: "greenhouse
girl": has a knack of doing things
efficiently: hopes to be a journalist.
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Intramurals l,2,3.4: Steno
Club 4: Library Club Z,3,4:
"2l" Club 3,4: Tri-I-Ii-Y 3,41
Play Production 3,4: pizza
pie a la Castiglias: loves
to flirt: lives in "Spring-
er's" land: love those
week-ends: not keen on
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WILLIAM SPAN GLER
Intramurals 2,3,4: Tri-Hi-Y Intramurals l,2,3,4: Base.
4: Steno Club 4: Play Pro- ball I: Football 2: Play
duction 4: frequents the
Production 3: cave man:
Monkey Center: dignified: sincere: Serious about his
reserved. until you get to
know her: nice to know:
storekeeping job: constant-
IY in G rush: usually in
a sincere friend: hopes to C1 diiher: when you hear
work in a business office.
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Band l.2,3,4: Mixed Chorus
2: Intramurals l,2,3.4:
Track 3,4: Basketball 2:
Scenery Crew l,2.3.4: this
boy blushes: likes his
"tea": sports crazy: Spring-
er's scooter rides: easy-
going: fun-loving: wants to
join the Air Force.
Intramurals l,2,3,4: Stenc
Club 4: pert pixie: a born
horse-woman: known as
Dolly: frequents roller
skating rinks and piz-
zarias: industrious: calm
and unruffled: will prob-
ably be a clerk-typist.
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Wrestling 3: Intramurals
4: black leatherjacket and
motorcycle boots: a born
mechanic: loves to tinker
with cars: P. D. reports not
his strong suit: waits for
hunting season: fisherman
as well: competent mathe-
matician: plans to join the
The silent type: loves
horses: goes for sports as
a spectator: thank good-
ness for hunting season:
can find endless reasons
to skip school: prefers the
great outdoors: future in
Girls' Chorus 2,3,4: Latin
Club 2,3: sweet look of
wholesome: love those
week ends: warmth of
simplicity: beauty from
within: a true friend: cap-
able: a college hopeful.
Intramurals l,2,3,4: Red
Cross Council l: Steno
Club 4: Play Production 3.
4: where's my "Razor?":
that gentle look with a
tinge of mischief: cute and
chic: prefers a ray of sun-
shine: a tiny doll: secretar-
Stage Crew 1,2,3,4: Mixed
Chorus 2,3,4: responsible
citizen: always at work
in the booth: ardent church
worker: goes for anything
scientific: earnest: big
man: ready to lend a
hand: plans for the
Mixed Chorus Z.3,4: Boys'
Chorus 2: Mixed Octet 2.
3.4: Boys' Octet 4: Foot-
ball 2.3.4: Co-Captain 4:
Basketball 1.2,3: Baseball
l.2,3: Wrestling 4: Track
4: Student Council 1,2.3:
brains and brawn: a true
gentleman: all around ath-
lete: colleae bound.
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torcycle fan: goes for
Chevies: and is crazy
about blue eyes: let's go
roller skating: can do with-
out snow: and pizzas are
not for her: favorite hob-
by. sleeping: beautiful
diamonds: future house-
Band l.2.3.4: Orchestra 2.
3.4: Intramurals 2,3,4:
French Club 4: Radio Staff
2f3.4: Tri-Hi-Y 3.4: Cor-
respondents' Club 4: Play
Cast 3.4: Times Staff 3.4:
Co-Editor 4: Shawnee Statt
4: seldom serious outside
the classroom: a smile that
could cfhase clouds: prac-
ticing optimist: elementary
Girls' Chorus Z.3,4: Mixed
Chorus 2.4: Band Front 2.
3.4: Intramurals 2,3.4: Tri-
Hi-Y 3.4: Steno Club 4:
Play Production 3.4: Shaw-
nee Statf 4: head in the
clouds: one ot the "Olds"
gang: keeps the mailman
busy: another Castiglia
regular: dental secretary.
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2: Boys' Chorus 2: Base-
ball 2.4: Intramurals 1.2.42
Latin Club 1.2: Play Cast
3.4: foreign cars: plays a
mean baritone: the clean-
cut type: answers to Quin-
cy: favors underclass girls:
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French Club 3.4: Tri-Hi-Y
3.4: National Honor Society
3.4: Play Cast 4: Little In-
dian Staif 4: Shawnee Staff
4: D. A. R. citizenship a-
ward: Keystone Girls'
State: book worm personi-
lied: worrier about every-
thing: the best kind of
friend: keen mind: future
Intramurals 1.Z.3.4: crazy
about sports: demon on the
basketball floor: a real
team spirit: Fords and
Chevies rate high in her
book: that ol' '47 Dodge:
down with bleached hair:
out-spoken: future typist.
GLORIA WERN CHARLES WEYER IUDITH WILES
General General Academic
Tri-Hi-Y 3.4: Play Produc-
tion 4: olten called "Worm-
ie": pint sized: "I'll never
tell": and how she loves
to talk: pleasant: hates to
be teased: lively: just
loves to jitterbug: wants
to join the Air Force.
Sportsman: shuns vocab-
ulary: the first to rush out
ot school: shy and reticent:
watches girls from a dis-
tance: catchy laugh: polite:
would rather drive than do
anything: plans a future
Mixed Chorus 3.4: Girls'
Chorus 3.4: Intramurals Z.
3.4: French Club 3.4: Fu-
ture Nurses Club 3.4: Li-
brary Club 2.3.4: Red
Cross Council 2: National
Honor Society 3.4: Tri-Hi-Y
4: Play Production 3.4:
those sleeping parties:
heads the "Olds" gang:
iuture Florence Nightin-
Intramurals 2,3,4: Steno Club 4: genuine
smile: cokes and more cokes: sports
fiend: that friend from Manchester:
dreads riding buses, especially at
night: nuobtrusive: agreeable: her
future is in a business office.
Seamstress supreme: loves tinkering in
the kitchen: often seen but seldom
heard: no snow, please: those bus
rides!: willing worker: ever depend-
able: Cheerful and congenial: wants to
be a key punch operator.
Football 1,2.3,4: Track 2,3: Baseball l:
Latin Club 1,2: Class Vice-President 4:
the thinker: knows the meaning of the
word work: well-liked: as faithful as
the North Star: a sense of humor hidden
by a curtain of seriousness: Certified
Intramurals 2,3,4: shy guy: Mrs. Stan-
ton's right-hand man: how he blushes:
loves to debate: sports fan: all out for
art class: has his own convictions:
dependable: that broad grin: future
in the service.
Mixed Chorus 2: Cheerleader 2: Student
Council 2: that ivory look: F. and M.
fan: junior import: quietness of a calm
Iune day: that intriguing accent: proud
rebel: pretty: carefree: wants to be
part of the W A F.
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3.4: Latin Club l: Tri-Hi-Y 3.4: shiny
black hair: a little beauty: goes for
Mercury convertibles: sweet and soft-
spoken: pizza pie a la mode: hopes to
be a secretary.
Football 2,3,4: Track 3,4: Red Cross
Council 2,4: King ot Hearts 3: quiet
boy with a crooked grin: Westfield
Terrace is his stamping ground: goes
for motorcycles: faithful "Idaho Ioe":
rugged athlete: probable farmer.
Popular students - win acclaim from
the student body by election as Foot
ball King and Queen. Below, Mrs Mary
Paolone crown Sally Minskey and
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Ambitious officers - discuss plans to guide their class-
mates through a successful year. Pictured lett. lett to
right, are: Linda Bonner. Treasurer: William Lengeman.
Vice-President: Kaye Winter, President: Penny Christian,
The romantic old West returned when the Iunior Class
presented "The Saga of Wet Gulch" as its assembly pro-
gram under the co-direction of Dorothy Miles and Donna
Haas. Iohn Miller and Michael DeBoard played the parts
of Palladin and Maverick. An authentic Indian dance was
performed by Wally Vogelsong, lack Miller, and Ronald
Evertts. Bringing us back to the present was Leslie Mumma
with a modern Classical dance.
A visit to the Congress ot the United States and to Mount
Vernon highlighted a class trip to Washington, D. C. "No
More Homework," a comedy in three acts, starred Leslie
Mumma and Gordon Iones, as the class presented its an-
nual play on April 2-3 under the direction of Mr. Robert
May 29 found the Iuniors and their guests whirling around
the Starlight Ballroom in Hershey at the Iunior Prom. As
Al Bethel's Orchestra played the last strains of the even-
ing, students iondly looked back on their past accomplish-
ments and forward to a new year and a new school.
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competition in the "Hire the Handicapped" campaign.
Shown at right, hard at work in the art room, are: Mary
Graham and Fred Dillen.
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Class of 'I961
Capable Leaders - prepare plans for a big Sophomore
year. Pictured at left, are: David Bitterman, President:
Jacqueline Shatter, Secretary: Ioyce Vallecorse, Vice-Presi-
dent: Pamela Richter, Treasurer.
The "Solar Swing" gave class members and guests a
peek into the future as they danced amid flying saucers
and space helmets at a fun-filled party.
In a special assembly preview, the Class oi '61 staged
its 20th class reunion with Mat Moran as Master of
Ceremonies and Dave Lawley as narrator. Among the
outstanding acts were a comedy sketch by Mike Klinger
and Ronald DeBoard: a vocal duet by lean Emerick and
Sandra Oxenford: and a pantomime to "Daddy O" per-
formed by Barbara Parthemore, Carolyn Acri. and Sandra
A Spring trip to Washington. D. C. gave Sophomores an
opportunity to see Congress in session, visit Mount Vernon.
the F. B. I. building, Smithsonian Institute and other
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Class of 1962
Looking ahead - to a busy calendar of school
activities are the Freshman Class officers. Pictured
left, are: Marshall Brosius, President: Glenda Wise,
Secretary-Treasurer: Anne Sockman, Vice-President.
Amid the splendor of fish and sea creatures, the
Freshmen held their closed class party on March 14.
The "Deep Sea Drift" saw fish. sea-horses, and mer-
maids splash happily inside the N. C. gymnasium.
Another event highlighting their first year of high
school life was their Assembly program. Richard
Baldwin served as the announcer and Iane Capito
was the Mistress of Ceremonies in their hilarious
"This Is Your Wife." Musical entertainment was
provided by the Peblettes, the Off-Beats, and a guest
appearance of Elwood Pretzel.
The annual class trip to Philadelphia helped make
a fun-packed year with visits to Independence Hall,
Franklin Institute, and Valley Forge Park on the
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lndustrious Oilicers - organize a program of
activities for the year. Pictured left are 8th grade
Homeroom officers, Seated: Ianice Bistline, Carol
Fortenbaugh, Cathy Ulsh, Ianet Rafferty, Ianice
Fetrow. Standing: Charles Simpson, Allen Snell.
Bruce Berg. A full schedule of social and scholastic
events moved along at a fast pace. Four big
dances gave all Iunior High students an oppor-
tunity to dress-up and spread their wings. Each
section had its own talent show with a variety
ol acts including piano solos, dancing routines,
singers galore. Clubs, choruses, and an active
intramural program found many eager to partici-
On May 22 came the last big event of the year,
the annual picnic and trip to Gettysburg.
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Willing Workers - lead the 7th Graders in
their program plans for the year. Homeroom
officers pictured left, are, seated: Ioyce Wag-
oner, Sharon Beshore, Sharon Vallecorse, Ann
Todd, Diane Iost. Standing: Art Kunkle, Ray-
mond Miller, Barry Troup, David Robertson,
Brian Richey. For the last year the ancient
Filth Street building housed the entire Seventh
grade. For the 1959-1960 school year, both
the Filth and Seventh Street buildings will be
closed and the New Cumberland Iunior High
School will become a distinct and separate
unit. Chorus, Library Science and Home Ec
clubs as well as a lull intramural program
provide extracurricular activities.
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are: Cynthia Marks, Richard Lauterbach, and Gale Laughman. Cynthia and Gale are making dioramas for his
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Busy office - is the hub around which all
Iunior and Senior High School activities re-
volve. Student schedules, discipline. attend-
ance are only part of the daily routine. Pic-
tured right, Mr. Iohn Iohnson, Assistant High
School Principal: Miss Gloria Wilt, secretary
to the principal: Mr. S. P. Bomgardner, High
School Principal: Miss Kathy Earles, secretary
to the Assistant Principal, hold a conference.
Capable supervisor - discusses the preparation of a
series of reports for the Department of Public Instruction.
At left. Mrs. Marjorie Walters, secretary, listens carefully
to directions of Mr. Charles Gemmill, Associate Superin-
Careful Assistants - serve the school by giving study
hall periods to aid the librarian in checking books and
files, making book repairs or inventories. At left. senior
Ray Coffey finds Pat Clem ready to date-stamp his
selection as Linda Sandberg and Beverly Bennie search
the files for overdue books.
Popular People - with faculty. students are the
cooks who prepare and serve tasty and well-
balanced meals to hundreds of Iunior and Senior
high school students each day. Shown at right are
Mrs. Bates, Mrs. Lower, Mrs. Leedy and Mrs.
Vogelsong. cafeteria head. ready to serve one of
the favorites, beans and hot dogs.
Lunch Preparations f get under way early as the
cafeteria workers follow a tight schedule. At right,
Mrs. Goudy, Mrs. Whitesel and Mrs. Long work on
trays of bread and sandwiches for the early lunch
Soup Line - is served by girls who work during
study periods to aid the cafeteria staff. Students
who wish to supplement their own lunches or pur-
chase sandwiches or salads find the a la carte
line fast and convenient. At left, Iunior high boys
rush in for food during a first period lunch.
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Latin students - work on sentence structure
as they translate in first year Latin class.
At right, P. Estep tums her attention to her
classmates as M. Funk goes on with her
French story - seems to amuse top senior
linguists Wilma Batdorf and Richard Simeone
as they prepare an assignment below.
Writing proiect -- finds enthusiastic interest in Mrs. Perry's
English class as ninth graders finish their autobiographies.
At left. Carol Keefer and Donald McClosky display their
covers which were judged tops for originality and color
English grammar - is a must for senior college preparatory
students. Above, working together on a sentence diagram are
Robert Agnew, Mary Coder, Bonnie Ebert and Ronald Bruaw.
Daily scene - in the Green House as Iournalism students
learn the who. when, and wheres of newspaper publica-
tion amid babble and confusion. At right, B. Speck, I.
Engle, S. Hughes, I.. Fink. and S. Troup work on page
assignments for the next issue of the TIMES.
Hi neighbors - seems to be the greeting of senior Spanish
students. Shown above are Salian Lawley, Alice Seitz, Linda
Sandberg, Connie Ebert and Ianice Martson looking over a
display of Mexican handicraft.
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Fisher and Brian Fisher, left. as they carry in the boar's
head at the festive Roman banquet, planned and executed
by the Latin students.
Weekly themes - give senior English stu-
dents opportunity for creative writing and self-
expression. Below. Dick Meiser and Ioanne
Krone check instructions on current assign-
Student drivers - takes the wheel for driving
instruction in shiny new dual control car.
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on their future and the Social Security pro-
gram. Shown at left are Ianice Reed, Rodney
Krone and Ray Coffey operating the pro-
jector, and Miss Rozelle Stanford, Field Rep-
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"Made it" - yells Iunior Mike DeBoard,
above, as he emerges from the State Police
office after his driver's test. This proud mo-
ment arrives after many hours of behind-the
wheel and class room work for Driver Edu-
cation students. World Geo raph - devel
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dents learn the problems of many nations.
Pictured right, Lois Yinger and Ronald Blazer
listen as Leroy Slick, center, points out an
area of the Orient.
Iunior historians - use map of early America
to illustrate study of the French and Indian
War in its two-hundredth anniversary celebra-
tion. Pictured right are American history stu-
dents W. Chapman, R. Sawyer and Iudy
ACES tour - gives first-hand view oi in-
dustry and business. .At left, P. D. class
members D. Steward, W. Gruver, C. Bell.
G. Kopp, G. Daihl, G. Wern, I. Reed, F.
Baney look over the newest facilities oi Capi-
tal Hospital Service.
Teenage helpers - play an important part in the Ground
Observer Corps program. Above, pointing out main observ-
er stations are S!Sgt. Benedick and T!Sgt. Gebhart to
Ted Negiey with 764 hours and Terry McE1heny with 122
hours to their credit in operations. Latest equipment - to
improve customer service and speed office routine is
described during the tour of the new Capital Hospital
quarters. At right. Sandy Walters and Deanna Warren
look on attentively.
Top students - use every available tool to
increase their understanding of Math. Below,
Robert Fortenbaugh, Ian Ludwig and Iohn
Brinkley become surveyors to apply principles
learned in Trig class.
Man's world - is invaded by lone senior girl as she joins
forty-live boys in mechanical drawing class. Shown left is
Kitty Flanagan as she works toward her goal of bee
coming a draftsman. Math courses - show influence of
the Russian Sputniks by zooming enrollment. Pictured below,
George Naugle gives directions to Kenneth Weaver and
Betsy Slothower in solving an Algebra problem.
Chem lab - shows Iunior team hard at work to complete an
experiment. Pictured below are: I. Sponauqle, W. Sudduth, P.
Turner and B, Masters.
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minded student, Darryl Ernst, sets up pulley for Physics
class demonstration . Mad scientists ee- gleefully conduct
an experiment in Physics lab. Shown below are senior
wizards Melvin Krone, Donald Ross, Robert Fortenbaugh
and John Brinkley.
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Serious biologist - shows his skill as he demon-
strates dissection of the cat to biology class. Below,
Ian Ludwig works carefully under the watchful eyes
ol Larry Leedy and Dick Meiser.
Subiect: Triangles f challenges Plane Geometry students
to reason carefully to prove their theorem. Shown below
are T. Millington and D. Graybill checking on S. Fortney's
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School bankers - spend many hours guarding the funds of
organizations and keeping accounts of money deposited.
Shown, right, checking a morning deposit under the watchful
eye of Central Treasury director, Mr. Robert Deck, are Maxine
Evans, Robert Danner and lean Bonner.
Senior typists - demonstrate new office practice-typing Wise consumers - use current materials to learn about the
desks recently added to the Business Ed department. best buys. Above, Consumer Ed students R. Lake, S. Parson. G.
Pictured below are: C. Bair, C. Sandnes, I. Wiles and Dodson. and I. Baker point some pertinent buying facts.
Office Procedures - are practiced by
senior girls hopeful of a business
career. Below L, Rupp, S. Minskey.
S. Lengeman and B, Peilfer go through
daily ofiice routine.
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Posters everywhere - in the art classes of N C high as seniors
enter numerous contests for cash prizes. Above I. Colestock, C.
Sandnes and D. Hake prepare a display of some ol their
Music apprecicnion - is the goal
of general music classes set up
for freshman students. Shown at
right are I. Painter, R. Grell, I.
Miles and D. Sharp ialking over
recent music and musicians.
Do and learn - is the motto of Iunior
High boys cis they begin to operate
power tools in wood shop. Shown lett
Robert Mierly cmd Iohn Conley start
their projects on cx jig saw while Harold
Fry and Donald Anderson wcxit their
Modeling Fashions - from the Simplicity Pattern
Company for mothers and teachers are Mrs. Tinst-
man's ninth grade girls. Shown right as they
participated in the fashion show are Darlene Harhold,
Susan Paul, Linda Todorov, and Winiired Miller.
Kitchen Chores - may not be the most popular but
are an essential part of the training in senior
Homemaking. Below right, Susan Penrose and Esther
Kohler complete their task of cleaning a reirigerator.
Happy Cooks - check the oven for the new dish they
must devour before the class period ends. Above
right are: Iean Kutz, lane Keplinger, Iudy Altland
and Bonnie Buttortf. Teen Queens - prepare for
the coming White Christmas Formal in that special
fluffy gown. At right "21" Club members modeling
their selections are: Donna Heim, Penny Sandberg.
Donna Haas and Maxine Evans.
Ice skating - provides wholesome outdoor
fun for students and faculty during the winter
months. Below Carien Sheaifer and Marsha
Harlacher get ready to display their skills
on the newly opened Lemoyne rink.
Scale models - make it easier for
of the human body and its funct
Backenstoss and Robert Baker look over the parts ol a
model in their study of the ear.
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Chalk talk - on the nervous system is presented in Junior
health class. Pictured left, Barbara Sheaiier illustrates her talk
as Alice McEwen watches intently.
Physical exams -- protect and safeguard the health oi
all students through periodic checks on eyes, ears, heart.
chest. Above, Robert Losh waits his turn while Miss
Dorothy Dunkleberger adjusts the scale for husky Glenn
students in their study
ions. At right Gilbert
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Ready for action - in a last basketball
game are the girls in Phys. Ed shown below.
B. Lesher and D. Haas wait as I. Kunkle
tosses the ball for a jump between D. Belknap
and D. Minskey.
Knees high' - yell observers as boys pick up skill on
the spring board in gym class. Pictured left, F. Payne
completes his jump with advice from W. Chapman, D.
Bashore and L. Blazer.
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TIMES Staff - gathers around co-
editors Marjorie Treder and Colleen
Small to decide on the next issue. With
advisers Mr. Robert Edwards and Mrs.
Mary Hendriksma, the staff puts out
an eight page paper every six weeks.
At right, in the foreground are: Fry,
Elicker, Taylor, Sheaffer, Embick, Fitting,
Buttorif, Fager, Hughes. ROW TWO:
Fink, Treder, Small, Knukle, Sandberg,
S. Troup, Engle, D. Troup, Speck, Nye,
Simrners, Haas, Altland, Bair, Gotlob,
Thomas, Ross, Sandnes, Smith, Vogelson.
Publications Chiefs - talking over
plans for school publications, the Little
Indian handbook, the SHAWNEE and
the TIMES, are the faculty advisers and
editors. Pictured at left are: Mary
Wagner, Mr. Robert Edwards, Ianice
Martson, Colleen Small, Mr. Iohn Iohn-
son. Miss A. Naomi Peters, Mrs, Mary
Hendriksma, Marjorie Treder and Iohn
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Little Indian Staff - edits the school
handbook which serves as a guide to
lunior high pupils and new students.
The publication includes athletic and
activity schedules, faculty directory, club
index, courses of study and classroom
locations. Shown left seated are: Mr.
Iohn Iohnson, Assistant Principal: lohn
Bowen and Mary Wagner, senior heads:
Ellen Coleman and Sharon Bricker.
STANDING: David Bashore and Chap-
Staff Photographers - work countless hours protoqraphing,
developing, printing the necessary pictures for both
school publications, the TIMES and the SHAWNEE. Always
on the scene at school activities, they provide endless
pictures and face constant deadlines. Shown at right are:
William Altland, Dr. Iohn Smeltz, adviser. Larry Leedy
and Ronald Thomas.
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SHAWNEE Editorial Stail - headed by
Ianice Martson, editor, and Miss A.
Naomi Peters, adviser, share the work
oi planning, preparing pictures and copy
for the final deadline. At right seated
are: I. Bretz, I. Martson, S. Brambley,
F. Christian, M. Treder, C. Small, C.
Bair. STANDING: I. Keplinger, P. Clem,
R. Fortenbaugh, S. Moss, S. Bair, R.
Thomas and W. Altland.
SHAWNEE Business Staff - works to
sell advertising and collect funds to
finance the yearbook under the guid-
ance ot Richard Simeone and Mrs.
Mary Hendriksma. Pictured at left, seate
ed: L. Conley, C. Sandnes, R. Simeone,
M. Wagner, I. Capito, C. Fager. STAND-
ING: D. Haas, I. Kipp, I. Davis, I.
Knorr, D. Ernst, M. Krone, G. Backen-
stoss, S. Bachman, I. Miller, K. Weigle,
B. Peifler, T. Snyder, S. Lengeman, S.
Minskey, D. Brown and C. File.
Library Club - Composed en- ...sf
tirely of Sophomores assists
during study periods with fil-
ing, book repairs and check-
ing boolrs. At right, SEATED:
S. Troup, I. Vallecorse, M.
Weigle, P. Painter. STAND-
ING: I. Yinger, B. Parthemore,
D. Troup, V. Nye, D. Heim,
S. Iones, K. Pecht, P. Richter.
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Scenery Club - builds, repairs and sets up
scenery for school plays and assemblies un-
der the leadership oi Mr. Iesse Elicker. Pictur-
ed right, ROW ONE: M. Klinger, D. Bair, R.
Meiser, L. Ruff. ROW TWO: R. Springer, T.
Shuler, L. McCreary. ROW THREE: B. Fisher.
L. Nye, R. Beckley, Mr. Iesse Elicker, I.
Harlacher, B. Small.
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Stage Crewu- performs vital services, under
the guidance of Dr. Iohn Smeltz, behind the
scenes ol the Iunior and Senior plays and
assemblies, operating the lights, movie pro-
jector and audio-visual equipment. The crew
also spins records for noontime and Saturday
night dances. Shown left, ROW ONE: R. Grell,
I. Miller. ROW TWO: T. Croke, R. Smee, D.
Ames, president. ROW THREE: W. Stoner.
L. Leedy, R. Thomas. Dr. Iohn Smeltz, R.
Stremmel, L. Stoner, I. Painter.
Tri-Hi-Y - under the super-
vision of Mr. Audrey Riksandic
also works to promote Christian
character by participation in Y
projects. Pictured above, ROW
ONE: Poet, Bonner, Kohler, Wag-
ner, Seitz, Altland. Dean, Ebert.
ROW TWO: Yinger, Ebert, Sand-
berg, Davis, Kipp, Stetler, Miner,
Sheaiter, Brown, Warren, Mrs.
Audrey Roksandic. ROW THREE:
Wern, Bachman, Sandnes, Ness.
Hamacher, Wiles, Bair, Kutz.
Trl-Hi-Y - under the direction
oi Mrs. Edith David is a Christian
organization pledged to promote
fellowship in the school and
community. Pictured above, ROW
ONE: Treder, Martson, Snyder.
Clem, Harlacher, Colestock, Law'-
ley, Minskey. Kimmel, Moss,
Knorr. ROW TWO: Haas, Elicker.
Bretz, Embick. Farver. McClurg.
Rishel, Kohr, Fry, Peifier, Miles.
Mrs. Edith David. ROW THREE:
lier, Hench. Iohnson. Slothower.
Hi-Y - plans the annual trip to New York.
Under the leadership of Mr. Iohn Zitto, these
boys participate in the Y program and Older
Boys' Conference. Shown at left, SEATED:
Backenstoss, Brickley, Altland, Sebolt, Meiser.
Baker. STANDING: Reilly, Thomas, Bair, Iones
and Mr. Iohn Zitto.
Eisley, Batdorf, Keplinger, Bottig-
Winter, Christian, Weigle. Cla-
National Honor Society -W mem-
bers are chosen for qualities of
scholarship, leadership, service,
and character. The group, ad-
vised by Mr. Gerald Brinton.
plays an active role in all phases
of school life. Pictured left.
SEATED: B. Ebert, Harlacher. C.
Ebert, Knorr. Krone, Wiles, Wag-
ner, Miles, Bottiglier, Hench,
STANDING: Turner. Swain. Prow-
ell, Gotlob, Simeone, Bashore,
Hall, Ludwig, Stouiier, Smith,
Fortenbaugh, Agnew, Stetler, Alt-
Student Council - composed ot
representatives of grades eight
through twelve. aid in governing
the student body. The Council.
headed by Ian Ludwig and su-
pervised by Mr. Iohn Iohnson,
sponsors the Sadie Hawkins
dance, talent show, clean-up
campaign. At left, ROW ONE:
Brightbill, Moss. Simpson, Lud-
wig, McCurdy, Smith, Stetler,
Winter, Elicker. Bennie, Bair.
ROW TWO: Bowers, Sanderson,
Klinger, Orner, Kirkpatrick, Mor-
an. Myers. Bashore, Mailey.
Trimmer, Krone, Shuler. Ernst,
Coffey. ROW THREE: Eppley.
Fortenbaugh, Fetrow. Miles,
Weigle, Parthmore, Slothower.
Haas, Coder, Ewing. Fink,
Sockman, Reimer, Bitterman.
Red Cross Council R donates
proceeds from the annual council
dance to the National Iunior Red
Cross to aid foreign children. At
left. ROW ONE: Coffey, Richter.
Bottiglier, Nye, Altland, Colestock,
Hench, Gruver. Graham. Biffart.
Diller, Albert, Harris. STANDING:
Shaffer, Betz, Yinger, Noll,
Prowell, Yinger, Sheaffer. Myers,
Kaminski, Eater, Rimel. Guist-
white. Ebert, Fink, Albright.
Kohler. Harbold, Bowen, Minslcey,
Beckley. Troup, Fisher, Christine.
Future Nurses Club - under the
direction of Miss Dorothy Dunkle-
berger sponsors field trips to
various hospitals to acquaint the
girls with the latest in medical
practices. At left, ROW ONE:
Stetler, Graham, Hostetler, Wiles,
Sandberg. Fry, Christian, Baker,
Bonner, Christine, Steger, Henry.
ROW TWO: Coble, Ienkins,
Sponaugle. Conley, Davis, Iohn-
son, Shaffer. Smith. Brown,
Stetler, Clabaugh, Martson, Kun-
kle. Fager. ROW THREE: File,
Ross, Penrose. Altland, Snyder,
Ogilvie, Thomas. Karstetter, Min-
er, Rishel, Turner, Elicker. Sand-
Le Cercle Francais - advised by
Mrs. Thelma Marks, encourages
students to study French cultural
backgrounds. The club sponsored
a dance to raise funds to support
a French orphan for a year. At
right, SEATED: Rudy, Bottiglier,
Mrs. Thelma Marks, Miles, Christ-
ion, Bair, Wagner, Eisley, Sand-
berg, Wiles, Treder. ROW TWO:
Fager, Sandnes, Stetler, Bonner,
Kunkle, Turner, Smith, Fox, Alt-
land, Albert, Ebert, Batdorl. ROW
THREE: Garrett, Dillen, Bashore,
Apgar, Reilly, Stouifer, Myers,
Vogelsong, Sudduth, Baker, Si-
meone, Butler. ROW FOUR:
Hencsei, Steger, Sandnes, Mueller,
Capito, Coble, Sandnes, Brambley,
Acker, Haas, Hench, Shaffer,
Albaugh, Lesher, Small, Thomas.
Spanish Club - highlighted its
activities with the coronation ot
the May Queen at the "Spanish
Serenade." Regular meetings are
held every lourth week with
guest speakers. Seated at right:
F ulton. Harris, Ross, Taylor, Mart-
son, Dagle, Emerick. Witta. ROW
TWO: Dagle, Butler, Nye, Embick,
Sandberg, Bair, Masters, Hostet-
ler, Huber, Herr, Slothower,
Bricker, Mumma, Eppley, Mrs.
Georgia Dobbs. ROW THREE:
Richcreek, Becktel, Alber, White,
Fisher, Sawyer, Fisher, Ebeling,
Iohnson, Zimmerman, Conley,
Steno Club - under the guidance
of Mrs. Ruth Poor takes an active
part in community and school
services. Seated right: Hughes,
Gotlob, Evans, Erney, Snyder,
Stoner, Weigle, Peilfer, Clem.
ROW TWO: Wilt, Albright, Min-
skey, Keith, Kimmel, Lengeman,
Harbold, Graham, Poet, Roberts.
Dean, Steward. ROW THREE:
Goho, Bell, Rupp, Parson, Kipp,
Donley. Bonner, Frye, Daihl,
Gruver, Batdorf, Huff, Hart.
"21" Club - members are seen
at all sports events selling re-
freshments or programs to secure
funds for award sweaters for
senior boys. Under the leader-
ship ol Mr. Fred Peitter, the girls
stage the annual White Christmas
Formal. At right, ROW ONE:
Evans, Ebert, Seitz, Donley, Bit-
fart, Goho, ROW TWO: Steger,
Batdori, Heim, Haas, Slothower,
Wertz. Stetler. ROW THREE:
Wiles, Snyder, Sandberg, Kunkle,
Mr. Fred Peilfer, Mumma, Turner,
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Iunior Historians - under the guidance
of Mr. Gerald Brinton and Mr. Michael
Homick plan activities around local
historical places. The two hundredth
anniversary of the French and Indian
War served to keynote the club's pro-
gram. Shown leit, SEATED: I. Kaley,
C. Swain, K. Simmers, M. Hencsei. ROW
TWO: S. Paul, K. Dick, B. Davey, A.
Sockman, I, Moses, M. Funk. R. Harris.
ROW THREE: Mr. Michael Homick, S.
Houser, C. Thompson, A. Neidig. S.
Radio Stat! - presents New Cumberland
happenings to local listeners. Members
watch as Dale Ames records his sports
news and views for a tri-weekly
Schools' Report broadcast over WCMB.
The staff, advised by Mr. Robert Ed-
wards, writes and produces its own
scripts under student director, Colleen
Small. Pictured at right are: P. Christian,
N. Sandnes, R. Simeone, D. Ames, D.
Haas, K. Fry, C. Small, C. Hench, C.
Sandnes, L. Stetler.
Commercial Art Club - aids school and community or-
ganizations by designing and painting advertising posters.
They also turn out prize winners in numerous poster
contests under the guidance of Mrs. Eleanor Stanton. At
left are: N. Powers, C. Sandnes, I. Yinger, C. Acri, K.
Winter, C. Pager, B. Shealier, D. Hake, K. Albaugh, B.
Burns, M. Graham, F. Dillen. I. Miller.
The Naturals - have become N.C.'s most active and
familiar singing group as they provide harmonious music
for town civic groups as well as for churches. Pictured
right, from top to bottom: Iill Knorr, Iudy Kunkle, Susan
Brambley, Sandra Oxenford, Mary Sandnes, Louise Rupp,
Elmeretta Bottiglier, lean Emerick, Karen Fry.
Boys' Octet - gathers around the piano in rehearsal for one
of the assembly programs. In addition to appearances at the
annual Christmas and spring concerts. the octet represented
New Cumberland at the Military Ball on May 9. Shown
left, seated are: Iohn Nonemaker. Donald McGrath, Robert
I-locker. Standing: William Altland, Richard Brickley, Vance
Stouffer, Fred Eppley, Iohn Bowen.
Mixed Octet - members pose on the steps in a time-out
between numbers. Known for their rendition of the "Lord's
Prayer," the octet won acclaim in its presentation to
conclude both the Christmas and Spring Concerts. Pic-
tured left, from bottom to top are: Karen Fry, Elmeretta
Bottiglier, Mary Sandnes, Dottie Hamacher, Fred Eppley.
Richard Brickley. Iohn Nonemaker. Vance Stouffer and
Kenneth Bowen, accompanist.
Mixed Chorus - participates in
the Christmas Concert and the
Spring Choral festival as well
as other assemblies and church
music programs. Pictured right,
ROW ONE: I. Miner. B. Kunkle.
B. Myers, S. Brambley, B. Fisher.
H. Baker, F. Eppley, I. Bowen,
A. Grissinqer. ROW TWO: S.
Oxeniord. C. Hench, L. Mumma,
R. Hostetler. S. Bair, I. Wiles, D.
Hamacher, M. DeBoard, R. Ag-
new, R. Baker. ROW THREE: L.
Steger, S. Bricker, K, Winter, S.
Acker, I. Capito, F. Witta, R.
Brickley, E. Semoif, R. Simeone,
I. Nonemaker, D. Mueller.
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Girls' Chorus - under the di-
rection oi Miss Ramona Lebo
blend their voices as they pre-
sent "One God" lor the Christmas
program. A special closing num-
ber in the last New Cumberland
Senior High choral concert com-
bined the choruses for our Alma
Mater. Shown at right, ROW
ONE: M. Krone, I. Miner. S.
Minskey, P. Sandberg, L. Mumma,
R. Hostetler, D. Lambert, I. Valle-
corse. I. Emerick. ROW TWO: A.
Stoner, L. Steger, C. Mierly, S.
Oxenford, V. Rudy, C. Bair, C.
Hench, I. Keplinger, L. Bonner.
ROW THREE: P. Richter, B. Myers.
I. Kunkle, C. Donley, G. Daihl.
B. Fisher, S. Brambley, V. Nye,
S. Lengeman, E. McCollam. ROW
FOUR: S. Bricker, N. Lechthaler,
K. Winter, C. Conley, I. Wiles B.
Slothower, D. Haas, L. Stetler.
M. Biiiart, I. Mattson, S. Eisley,
Mixed Chorus - under the di-
rection ot Miss Ramona Lebo with
Kenneth Bowen, accompanist. win
applause with concert numbers
"Younger than Spring Time" and
"Some Enchanted Evening." Pic-
tured leit. ROW ONE: D. McGrath,
W. Altland, D. Lawley. R. Evertts,
R. I-locker, P. Harris, I. Knorr.
F. Fitting. I. Emerick, K. Fry. ROW
TWO: H. Thomas, K. Bowen, S.
Houser, M. Moran, I. Stouifer, D.
Heim, P. Painter, F. Christian,
I. Engle, V. Nye, L. Rupp. ROW
THREE: V. Stouiier, R. Hall. I.
Roller, R. Fortenbaugh, M. Sand-
nes, M. Miller. I. Iohnson, B.
Peifier, K. Weigle.
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Girls' Chorus - brightens the day with
old favorites "lndian Love Call" and
"A Pretty Girl is Like a Melody."
Shown left. ROW ONE: L. Fink, M.
Harbold, N. Powers, P. Harris. K. Fry.
P. Turner, I. Bretz, E. Coleman. F. Fitting.
ROW TWO: M. Graham, F. Christian.
M. Painter, S. Fortney, B. Elicker, I.
Rushik, I. Engle, B. Parthemore, K.
Bowen. accompanist. ROW THREE: P.
Smith, S. Fox. M. Weigle, S. Penrose.
I. Altland, D. Brown, M. Embick, M.
Coder, H. Berg. C. Hale. ROW FOUR:
B. Plantt, R. Page, A. Neidig. I. Spon-
augle, S. Acker, D. Heim. P. Altland.
K. Coble, M. Sandnes, I. Kipp, E. Kohler,
Eighth and Ninth Grade Chorus - gives Iunlor
High students greater opportunity for extra-cur-
ricular activities. At right, ROW ONE: P. Gish.
C. Fortenbauqh, P. Helm, D. Hartman, D. Conley.
I. Simcox, D. Brown, I. Umphred, R. Gilmore.
ROW TWO: P. Guistwhite, V. Evertts, A. Henry,
A. Hilburn, B. Conifer, M. Kochenour, C. Umlepby.
R. Leese, C. Crescenzi. ROW THREE: R. Ness, I.
Gordon, M. Schraclc, C. Brink, K. Eppley, M. Gray.
B. Rankin. L. Dagle, D. Anderson, G. Parthemore.
ROW FOUR: M. Linn. I. Sandnes, C. Shettel, M.
Witta, L. Benedict, I. Lengeman, D. Weist, C.
Keeier, B. Zimmerman, K. Yinger.
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Seventh Grade Chorus - highlights the year as
a part oi the inspirational Christmas concert. At
right, ROW ONE: D. Ridolii, C. Marks, O. Harro,
L. Bailets, R. Miller, L. Horner, R. Mumma, D.
Anderson. W. Sockman. ROW TWO: S. Snyder.
M. Miller, E. Thomas, I. Vastine, A. Agnew, L.
Haring, S. Brenneman, N. Knupp, D. Mills. ROW
THREE: I. Negley, K. Thompson, I. Crescenzi, D.
Beaverson, D. Priest, I. Lower, C. Downs, P.
Crowe, M. White, K. Brinkley, S. Hake, K. Ullrich.
ROW FOUR: L. Pendleton, H. Wilson, L. March,
S. Taylor, M. Miller, I. Brothers, I. Reilly, S.
Beattie, S. Besteder, K. Ross, K. Gaumer, R. Shuler.
Eighth and Ninth Grade Chorus - sings tradi-
tional carols "Hark, the Herald Angels Sing" and
"Iesus Our Savior is Bom." At left, ROW ONE:
D. Lenker, I. Seitz, A. Bair. A. Poole, W. Miller,
I. Miles, K. Dick, I. Fetrow, I. Simmers. ROW
TWO: D. Iusth, W. Wright, C. Rudy, M. Ness.
I. Shott. I. Moses, D. Ort, B. Lehman, B. Deibler.
ROW THREE: G. Borke, R. Beckley, C. George,
B. Conley, C. Brenneman, E. Aubrey, C. Christine.
D. Watts. ROW FOUR: P. Iohnson, L. Conley, S.
Anderson, S. Poorman, G. Steger, I. Lloyh, L.
Ewing, N. Miller.
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Miss Ramona Lebo with Iean Moses and Carol
Fortenbaugh, accompanists. gives its first concert
as part of the Christmas assembly. At leit. ROW
ONE: R. Claar, R. Lauterbach, I. Kirkpatrick, L.
Paine, W. Grove. B. Cornman, K. Dick, I. Winter-
myer. ROW TWO: C. Meil. I. Diller, G. Page, N.
Shadle, R. Burstiner, L. Eslinger, R. Groninger, B.
Konhaud, S. Lovell, B. Hood, G. Snell. ROW
THREE: D. Hood, I. Attinger, I. Wagoner, D.
Iudlrins. Y. Howard, C. Miller, K. Iusth, P.
Arnold. C. Buttortl, L. Hertzler. ROW FOUR:
I. Harro, M. Semott, A. Schrack, D. Nltchman, V.
Brown, L. Ditlow, S. Kinsey.
Conceri Band - honors its past direc-
tors Herbert Curry, Harold Henrie, and
Dewey Williamson in its linale at New
Cumberland. At right, kneeling is Iudy
Clabaugh, head majorette. ROW ONE:
Evertts, Brickley, Sudduth, Rigling, Hays,
Rimel, Yinger, Shuler, Sharpe. ROW
TWO: Bair, Moss, Ebert, Sandberg.
Treder, Knorr, Peilfer, Sockman, Sell-
myer, Vastine. ROW THREE: Dix,
Merrow, Burstiner, Croke, Hake, Swank,
Kline, Millington, Tumer, Shertzer,
Lesher, Eppley. Bair. BOW FOUR:
Emerick, Lengeman, Bricker, Hale,
Albert, Iohnson, Miller, Fox, Fry, Mart-
son. Shuler, Bell, Harlacher, Myers.
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a spirited marching aggregation. At left.
ROW ONE: Mr. Kenneth Sampson. Di-
rector: Brenda Kohr, Sue Rishel. ROW
TWO: Penny Fulton, Sandy Miller,
Barbara Shealier, Iudy Capito, Linda
Taylor, Karen Weigle and Iudy Cla-
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tines with constant practice to make
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on April 27. At left, kneeling in front
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Lenker, Garrett. Naugle, Embick, Clem.
Witta, Bitterman, Wertz, ROW TWO:
Wertz, Nebinger, Graybill, Umpleby,
Springer, Semolf, Thompson, Leedy,
McClosky, Fortenbaugh. Baker. ROW
THREE: Sprenkle, Weaver, Eppley,
Thompson, McDonel, Deck, Richcreek,
Reimer, Hocker, Eichelbergor, Turner,
Dillen. ROW FOUR: Stouiior, Sockman,
Brightbill, Martin, Marzoli, Douden.
Miller, Hamacher, Ross, Fulton, Shealler,
Weigle, Taylor, Fetrow, Elicker, Rishel.
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attention. Shown above, left to right are: M. Richcreek.
D. Thompson, D. McDonel, W. Breder, R. Springer.
B. Reimer, R. Deck and I. Eichelberger. Pep Squad -
picks the rhythm of the band os it presents "Onward
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Varsity Football Squad - climaxes its last season as the New Cumberland Tigers with a 5 5 season record Above ROW ONE Wolf
Shuler, Mailey, Meiser, Simpson. McCreary, Dunmue Stoulier Zimmerman ROW TWO Flurie Dagle Krone Agnew Fox Miller
Ozanne. Coffey. Bowen. ROW THREE: Ross Losh White Blazer Lawley King Lengeman Evertts Nissel ROW FOUR Coach Poole
Smith. Sweeney, Backenstoss, McCurdy, Semoli Poole Coach Garman
14 East Pennsboro
13 Cumberland Valley
Senior Cheerleaders - direct a lively
and enthusiastic pep squad as they
spur on the Tiger team and fans. At
right are ardent Tiger rooters, Sally
Minskey and Susan Lengeman, with
four years experience as NC's cheer-
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halfback Dunmire takes
advantage oi a fine
block to pick up long
yardage against Scot-
Defense tightens - and
hand-oi! ends with a
big pile-up and little
gain of yardage.
Pep Squad -- keeps the
crowd yelling with cr
snappy dance routine
in front of packed
homerstands. At right.
kneeling is Tiger mas-
cot Beverly Bennie.
Lined up are: Ianet
Miles, Barbara Parthe-
more. Penny Christian,
Sally Minskey, Susan
Lengeman, Iudy Spon-
augle, Sandy Oxenford
and Carien Sheaiier.
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Biglerville - N. C.
A Tiger squad that was not supposed to score inaugurated its
football season with a 14-12 victory over Biglerville on the losers'
East Pennsboro - N. C.
A never-say-die Panther squad sparked by Warren Deveney
took advantage of Tiger fumbles. Penalties plus an alert defense
which trapped a Tiger back in the end zone for a safety gave
the Panthers a 14-7 win to celebrate the opening of their new
Susquehanna - N. C.
After a see-saw first half battle with the Tigers leading 14-12
at half-time, fumbles and pass interceptions gave the Indians
the chance to surge back in the third period with another TD.
The Indian defensive backs quelled two lastsditch Tiger efforts
for a well fought 19-16 win.
Cumberland Valley - N. C.
The fighting Tigers lost a close 13-7 decision after leading the
Valley Eagles for three quarters. On a crucial fourth down play,
Eagle back Roy Peiffer recovered his own bouncing fumble and
raced to the Tiger one to set up the winning TD on the next play.
Scotland - N. C.
A fired up Tiger squad shut out the Scotland Cadets with speed
and hard-running by back Larry Simpson and fine generalship
by Quarterback Rick Mailey.
Shippensburq - N. C.
Three quick, early touchdowns, one on the third play from
scrimmage, plus a hard-charging Greyhound line, proved too
much for the Bengals as they dropped a 19-0 decision to
conference leader Shippensburg.
Mechanicsburg - N. C.
A smooth running Tiger machine upset a highly regarded
Mechanicsburg squad with its first victory against the Wildcats
in twelve years. Fullback Bill Lengeman accounted for both
touchdowns then added two perfect placements for the 14-12
Susquenita - N. C.
Tiger halfback Larry Simpson exploded for l8 points to lead
NC's as they jolted Susquenita 39-18. The first team with a
hard-charging line, stone-wall defense, built a 39-0 lead and
watched the second string finish the game.
Hummelltown - N. C.
Three costly fumbles on a wet, slippery turf hampered Tiger
efforts against a solid I-lummelstown line. Sparked by Mailey's
passing, the Tigers scored to narrow the gap to 7A6. But a
brilliant Pete Wagner dash added another tally for a 14-6 Bulldog
West Shore - N. C.
The Tigers finished their long-standing rivalry with the Trojans
with a decisive 25-7 victory on Turkey Day. Larry Simpson was
the big man cf the day as he scored three touchdowns. Rick
Mailey ran and passed his team to victory with stellar team
play from every member of the squad.
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Watclxful "Woon" - star Tiger back Simpson, above
right, looks over the situation carefully before em-
barking on another breath-taking run. - Valiant
Attempt - Brian Small, above left, tries to pull in
a Mailey aerial but has attempt thwarted by enemy
defenders. -- Key Block - Dick Meiser, at left,
throws a key block and springs Tiger fullback Bill
Lengeman loose on another run.
Spectacular Catch - sets up second Tiger touchdown
in the Tiger-Trojan finale. Below right, back Larry
Simpson clutches the ball despite the efforts of West
Shore defenders. - Football Hop - below left, Bill
Lengeman appears to do a jig as he tries to elude
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determined Tigers as they continue their winning ways
in a bid lor the LSC championship. At leit, Coach Robert
Miller seems ready with more tricks for Larry Simpson,
Dale Ames, and Ierre Kauffman against Tiger foes. The
Millerites, not highly-rated as the conference schedule
opened because there was only one returning letterman,
confounded the experts. Although he had lost four starters,
his leading scorer and the height seemingly necessary lor
a championship team, Coach Miller sent out a hustling
squad that set a fast pace from the conierence opener
when they defeated a bigger, more experienced Trojan
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Varsity Basketball Squad - chalks up new records in a highly successiul season registering
losses only to Camp Hill and Cumberland Valley. Pictured below are: Dale Ames, Robert Baker,
Mark Smith, Larry Simpson, Richard McCurdy, Gilbert Backenstoss, Coach Robert Miller. Richard
Meiser, Ierre Kauffman, Donald Simonton and Ray Colley.
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Drlvinq in - with a one-handed push. Above right, Meiser
racks up two more to lead the Tiger 65-20 rout over
Boiling Springs. Tiger Cub - flips in another counter
to run his total to 16 in an impressive win over the
Blackhawks. Above left. is Phil Vaughn with teammates
Small 1312 and Sprinkle 316 ready to assist.
IV Basketball Squad - completes a successful season under Coach
Lester Rockey. Pictured below, KNEELING: Iack Painter, Robert Cook,
Donald Hockey, Coach Lester Hockey, Kirk Firestone, Robert Kohr. Ioe
Heim. STANDING: David Lawley, Robert Ferguson, Bruce Reimer, Ted
Sprinkle, Daniel March, Brian Small, Iohn Good, Thomas Marzolt and
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left, during fast action in the Shippensburq game won
by the Tigers 60-47.
A determined and hustling Tiger squad,
coached by Robert K. Miller, gained an over-
all record of 17 wins against 5 losses. In league
competition, the Camp Hill Lions posted two
wins and the Cumberland Valley Eagles a
single win over the tigers. In the LSC, the
Tiger over-all record was 14-3, and in Section
I1 put New Cumberland 6-2 behind Camp Hill.
In the three years that Coach Miller has acted
as basketball head, Tiger squads sport a record
of 58 wins against 12 losses.
Stretching Up - for the ball is Simpson 5123, below, as
he strains to recover a rebound from opponents while
Simonton 322 gets ready to assist. Easy Rich - seems suspended in air in a statuesque pose
for a one-handed push shot, below. With 18 points McCurdy
was high man in the Tiger's 60-47 defeat ot Shippensburg.
Up For Two - goes Ierre Kauffman, below. as he
led the Tiger Squad with 14 points to a 49-36
victory over Susquehanna.
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Holiday Action - shows Tiger against Tiger Alumni,
below, in a home Bengal fight ending in a 46-39 alumni
High Scorer - "Woon" Simpson, at left, tosses in two
more oi his 24 points as the Bengals routed the Susquenita
New Cumber1and's scoring ace, Larry
Simpson, ended the season with an average of
19 points per game. The Tiger 96-38 victory
over Northern broke the league high score
record. In the same game Simpson also tied
the individual record of 34 points with Ken
Vandenburgh. The Old Timers Association pre-
sented him with Class "B" all-around player
award. He was also named as a player on
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Smith, Larry Simpson, Iake Myers, Ronald Springer, S. Andrews. ROW TWO: Gilbert Backenstoss, Ion Yost, Iames Bowen, Richard Pecht,
Kenneth Weaver, Michael Aubrey, Harold Baker, Rick Mailey, Cyril Dunmire. Kenneth O'Neal. Ian Ludwig. ROW THREE: Coach Lawrence
Garman, Robert Wertz, Charles Nissel, Iohn Prowell, Iames Stouifer, Robert Losh, Allen Burstiner, Richard Meiser, Vance Stouffer, Lester
Stoner, Roger Flurie, Earl Zeiqler, Curtis Umpleby, Donald Leedy, Evan Semoff.
Big Sprinq. West Shore, N. C.
Tiger cinderman won their initial contest in track and field
edging last year's LSC champions, Big Spring, in a triangular
meet on April 8. The final score was NC 56, West Shore 46.
Big Spring 42.
York Suburban - N. C.
Showing power in every event, the thinclads romped to a 78-35
win over York Suburban on April 15. The NC forces grabbed
first place honors in ten out of thirteen events. Larry Simpson
was the only double winner, sweeping the 220 and 440.
West Shore, Camp Hill, N. C.
Iourneying to West Shore on April 22 the Tiger forces fell off
as Camp Hill came in first with 78 points to a second place
43 points for the Tigers, and 36 for West Shore.
Cumberland Valley. West Shore, East Pennsboro. NC
The Tigers moved into Cumberland Valley for a quadrangular
meet with West Shore and East Pennsboro on April 29. New
Cumberland came out on top with a score of 54, Cumberland
Valley 43, West Shore 34, East Pennsboro 20.
Boiling Springs, Cumberland Valley, Newport. NC
At a quadranqular meet at Boiling Springs on May 5, Tiger
cindermen competed against Newport, Cumberland Valley cmd
the Bubblers with the Tiger forces finishing second. However,
firsts were won by Simpson, Small, Flurie and Smith.
ISC Conference Meet
At the LSC conference meet on May 8, NC's forces captured
three medals and 32 points.
Hummelstown, Northern, NC
Hummelstown, Northern and the Tigers battled for the last
time on May 14 with a Tiger win.
Speedy Hurdler - Dick Meiser stretches 'em out
as he reaches for the first barrier in his heat ol
the 120 yard low hurdles, below.
Soph Mller - Brian Small shows the strain
of setting the pace in a record breaking win
against Bubbler and Trojan milers. below.
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bar with room to spare
as tellow team members
watch him win a tirst in
the triangular meet with
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years oi directing Tiger sports. Pictured above, ROW ONE: William Lengeman, David Lawley, Richard Lentz.
William Dagle, Robert Fox, Wayne Fogle, Dale Ames, Barry Glenn. ROW TWO: Coach Iohn Zitto, Daniel Clem,
Jerry Eichelberger, Rodney Krone, Iohn Ullrich, Samuel Moody, Clifford Becktel, Michael DeBoard, Coach
Fred Peiifer. ROW THREE: I. Quin, Ierre Kauiiman, Donald Lysle, Barry Simmons, Dieter Mueller, I. Hoover.
OPP. NC OPP.
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0 York Suburban 7 4
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4 Cumberland Valley 6 7
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honors. Pictured above. ROW ONE: D. Bruaw, Leedy, Drake. Bowers, Eichelberger, P. Bowen, R. Bruaw,
Graybill. ROW TWO: Coach Harry Hoffman, King, Poole, Thompson, I. Stouffer, V. Stouffer, R. Blazer, I.
Bowen, L. Blazer. ROW THREE: Speese, Shearer, I. Bowen. Mumma, Corl.
Dover - N.C.
Dover High conquered the NC matmen in the opening match
by a lopsided 45-11. Due to defaults in the 95 and 103 classes.
the Dover team began with a 12 point lead. Blazer and Thompson
were the only bright spots as each pinned his man.
Carlisle - N.C.
Carlisle dumped Coach Hoffman's grapplers 41-6 with H. Bruaw
and V. Stouffer collecting the Tiger tallies with decisions.
Big Sprlnq - N.C.
A strong Big Spring team crushed NC 40-9 with a pin by Bowers
and a decision by Bruaw for the only scores.
Northern - N.C.
ln a close match the NC matmen lost to Northern Ioint 36-26.
Bowers, Ron Bruaw, Iim and Vance Stouifer each had pins to
boost the Tiger score.
Iuniata - NC
Tiger wrestlers dropped the match to Juniata Ioint by a 42-6
count. Ron Bruaw and Vance Stouffer collected the six Tiger
points by decisions.
Central Dauphin - N.C.
Top-ranking Central Dauphin spilled Coach Hoffman's grapplers
in the final match oi the season 43-ll. A pin by R. Bowers
and decisions by Ron Bruaw and Vance Stouffer made NC's
total of 11.
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Volleyball Champions - are the seniors
captained by Glenda Daihl with a
perfect record ot 8 wins and no losses in
intramural competition. Pictured at right,
KNEELING: Maxine Bifiart, Maureen
Harbold, Glenda Daihl, Carol Bell,
Colleen Donley. STANDING: Wilma
Gruver, Sandy Walters, Pat Clem,
Beverly Ienkins, Darlene Steward and
Basketball Champions - are seniors
captained by Marjorie Treder also with
cr perfect record in exciting competition
over sophomores and juniors. Pictured
at right, KNEELING: Linda Harlacher.
Susan Lengeman. Marjorie Treder.
Ianice Martson, Mary Coder. .STAND-
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during the annual Hallowe'en parade.
Pioneer Spirits - lead the way, at left, along the
dusty trail of Bridge Street in a covered wagon
representative oi the many small floats in the
parade . Fuzzy-Wuzzies - amuse the crowd with
their neck stretching antics. Below left, local scouts
wm a prize for their original idea.
Periect Couple - steps out along the parade route
above, for a big evening and a prize
Happy Queen R Margaret Farver flanked by her
attendants Sue Rishel, leit, and Penny Fulton right
receives the applause of the crowd of watchers
KiU9's Paradise - appears from the land of Hal- P -
lowe'en magic. At right, a big, white castle float
with all the trimmings draws a sigh of envy from
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a parade route trip. Below right, Cub Scouts be-
come the box cars in their big train. The Beast -
below left, does his scary best as he prowls along
the line of march.
Frosting - on the top layer of a three-decker wed-
ding cake is the prize-winning pair above.
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Football Queen - pretty and popular
Sally Minskey, above, elected by stu-
dent vote at the annual Football Hop.
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Farver, enjoys the first number with her escort as crowds
of students gather around at the CSO sponsored Hallowe'en
Hallowe'en Queen -- Margaret Farver
was chosen irom senior candidates ior
parade activities sponsored by Com-
munity Service Organization.
King and Queen - Larry Simpson and
Sally Minskey dance as their loyal
subjects look on at the Football Hop.
Miss N C Hi - Salian Lawley, above. rep-
resenting qualities of leadership. dependa-
bility and cooperation was crowned at the
Honored Senior - below Salian dances with
escort Rick Mailey.
May Queen 3 Georgia Graham,
above. wins place of honor at
the Spanish Club May irolic.
Queen ot Hearts - chosen at the Times'
Sweetheart Swing, above left, is Elvira
Reese. Crowned Heads Y Phil Vaughn and
Elvira Reese bend close together as King
and Queen of Hearts.
Receiving Line - greets new arrivals at the long awaited Iunior Prom. At left guests
Carol Sandnes and Iacob Myers meet Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Gorman, Susanne Bachman
and escort, Linda Harlacher, Wayne Zimmerman, Sally Minskey and Ioseph Iames.
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Chaperones Gather - to talk over the evenings events.
Above left: Mr. and Mrs. Harry Roadarmel, Mr. and Mrs.
Bruce Conner, Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Bachman, Dr. and Mrs.
Prom Committee - ready to enjoy the fun Jacob Myers and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Gorman.
after weeks of preparation. Above left, ROW
ONE: Harlacher. Eisley, Bachman, Minskey.
HOW TWO: Simpson, Stouiier, Ludwig, Gar-
man, Simeone. Ernst. Goodnight Sweetheart
- provides the dreamy strains for the last
dance at a memorable Iunior Prom.
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at the big holiday dance.
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Coffey, Susanne Stoner.
Maureen Harbold, Robert
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Soft Music - of the Tunesters add to the
festive spirit as couples dance in a gym
blanketed with white and traditional greenery
at the most glamorous affair of the winter
season, the White Christmas Formal.
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Maxine Evans ..........,.
Linda Harlacher ....
Iill Knorr ................,
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"2l" Club, Tri-Hi-Y
Band, Honor Society
Sports, Honor Society
Dramatics, French Club
Teen Queen, Spanish Club
Council Prexy, Honor Society
Charles Mailey ......
Ianice Mattson .
Sally Minskey ,,...,.
Larry Simpson ..
Vance Stouifer ..
Mariorie Trader ...........,....................
Mary Wagner ,,,,............................. ...... L ittle Indian, Honor Society
Shawnee, Spanish Club
Cheerleader, Football Queen
Radio Staff, Shawnee
Sports, Student Council
Sports, Honor Society
Dramatics, Times Ed.
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Martson, Richard Simeone, Salian Lawley. ROW TWO: Linda Harlacher, Robert Fortenbaugh, Sally Minskey, Ian Ludwig, Mary Wagner.
ROW THREE: Iill Knorr, Maxine Evans, Marjorie Treder. ROW FOUR: Dale Ames, Larry Simpson, Vance Stoulfer, Charles Mailey.
Most Popular .. ,,.. ...... S ally Minskey, Richard Meiser
Most Attractive ...A, .,,,..,. L ois Yinger, Charles Mailey
MOS! CO0PerCrtive ...,. ....,,,. M axine Evans, Dale Ames
Most Talented ,..... ..,,,,. M ary Miller, Iames Pierce
Most likely to Succeed ...... ...............,,.,..,,,...
Iill Knorr, Ian Ludwig
Most Studrous ...,........, ....,. M ary Wagner, Robert Fortenbaugh
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Outstanding Personalities - are elected by popular vote of their classmates. Pictured above, ROW ONE: Iill Knorr, Dale Ames, Lois
Yinger. ROW TWO: Mary Miller, Richard Meiser, Linda Harlacher, Charles Mailey, Marjorie Treder. ROW THREE: Sally Minskey, Mary
Wagner, Maxine Evans. ROW FOUR: Iames Pierce, Larry Simpson, Ian Ludwig, and Robert Fortenbaugh.
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Comparing Notes - during an enjoyable party in their honor are
Rick Mailey, Marjorie Treder, Richard Simeone and Iill Knorr.
Special Welcome f at the Harrisburg Country Club
Dick Meiser grins broadly as doorman assists Sally Minskey
from his convertible. Big Four - among senior leaders
post on stairway. Below left, Salian Lawley, Ian Ludwig,
Ianice Mattson, Vance Stouffer.
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gets support from Iim Pierce, Mary Wegner
Punch Line - finds yearbook adviser Miss Naomi Peters
joining Mailey, Yinger, Ludwig, Evans, Simpson and
Lawley for a toast. Buffet Lunch - is eagerly accepted
by Treder and Miller as Pierce, Knorr, Wagner and
Stouffer wait hopefully.
Perfect Gentlemen - Larry Simpson and Rick
Mailey seat their partners Linda Harlacher
and Lois Yinger in the fashionable Country
Club dining room.
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Naugle and zany Iudy
Altlcmd add to ihe chills.
"Come Along" - insists
policeman Burns as he
arrests villain Robert For-
"Oil, I say" - screams Robert Fortenbaugh to
scary maid Marjorie Treder who refuses to permit
Rick Mailey to remove old Transylvanian chest
irom the living room.
Cast Members - staged a hilarious mystery. "I was a Teen Age Dracula," under the direction of Miss
A. Naomi Peters. Below, ROW ONE: Sharon Moss, Pat Clem. ROW TWO: George Naugle, Ii11 Knorr.
Mary Wagner, Robert Fortenbaugh, Charles Mailey, Richard Lake. ROW THREE: Dottie Hamacher,
Bruce Burns, Marjorie Treder, Curtis Umpleby, Judy Altland. Darryl Ernst. Richard Simeone. Claudia
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"Black Dirt" - shrieks Marjorie Treder as
she searches family chest belonging to guest
Steve Draca to prove to friends Claudia Bair
and Iill Knorr that he is Dracula.
"Take Her Away" - Richard
Simeone hands over patient
Iudy Altland to attendants
Umpleby and Ernst. Mystery
Figure -- drags out Alice
Seitz as searches in the log
for her howling dog.
"Simply Crazy" - states Dottie Hamacher as she looks over the weird costumes worn by
Richard Lake, Pat Clem and Sharon Moss in their plot to scare Claudia Bair back to
"Keep 'em Up" - warns western producer
Pat Clem to give Robert Fortenbaugh time
to search handbag oi lady fortune teller.
alias Rick Mailey.
"Sleepy Boy?" - inquire weird sisters Alice Seitz,
Marjorie Treder and Iudy Altland as they catch
Rick Mailey dragging play boy Darryl Ernst into
"One Kees" - coaxes
French artist Iill Knorr as
she grabs Robert Forten-
baugh, left, while his
wife Claudia Bair enters
ready for battle.
Cast Members - oi the hilarious new comedy "In Case ol Murder"
presented as their Iunior Class play under the direction of Miss Naomi
Peters. Below, ROW ONE: Richard Lake, Iill Knorr, Claudia Bair,
Robert Fortenbaugh, Marjorie Treder, Alice Seitz, Iudy Altlarid, Rick
Mailey. ROW TWO: Pat Clem, Darryl Ernst, Richard Simeone, Iacob
Myers, Curtis Umpleby.
Gallant Escorts -A win smiles of thanks for flowers.
Above, Robert Hall adjusts corsage for his date
Suzanne Eisley as Robert Agnew presents his token
to date Maxine Evans.
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Coke Time - and students
take time out during a
hectic evening. At left are
Elmer Keach, Maureen
Harbold, Wilma Gruver
Evening Merriment - shows plainly as senior advisers gather with
students. Shown seated below: Thelma Snyder, Mrs. Earl Follett, Mrs.
Edith David, Mrs. Roy Sutton, Linda Sandberg, Iohn Brinkley. Standing:
Ronald Springer, Mr. Roy Sutton, Mr. Michael David, Mr. Earl Follett.
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Arriving For - an evening of fun and danc-
ing Bonnie Peiffer, below, checks in with
friends Karen Weigle and Susan Lengeman
while Alumni dates Art Palese and Sam
Brinton take time out for a smoke.
Dreamy Music - and starry-eyed couples dance to
the very end oi the Senior ball at beautiful West
Shore Country Club.
Musical Combo - attracts couples who
pause to watch the Playboys in a
special number. Above are: Nonemaker,
Knorr. Brickley, Penrose. Rupp, Fitting.
Bowen and Ross. Intermission Time -
and the crowd collects to talk over
plans for alter the Senior Ball.
Fond Farewells - and thank you's are given by
seniors to class advisers. Below, Wilma Batclorf
smiles approvingly as Class President lake Myers
and Editor Ianice Martson go through a round of
handshakes with Mr. and Mrs. Michael David and
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Follett.
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Late Show - helps to fill a round oi
well-directed activities after the Senior
Ball with two full length movies,
"Annapolis Story" and "The Trouble
Our Hero - comes to the end of a long night. Below, Early Breakfast f at the American Legion concludes all
senior class President lake Myers looks like a sleep-walker night senior celebration. Below, seniors Donald Simonton
as he leaves breakfast with date Wilma Batdorf. and Donald Leedy linger with their dates as tables empty
and everyone heads for home.
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The Splatters - give out with a cool rock 'n roll
favorite, "Poor Little Fool." Below, boys' trio of
Iohn Nonemaker, Art Grissinger and Iohn Bowen
become singing idols in class day program.
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Camival Dancers - perform an exotic Arabian routing as their
contribution to the final production of the Class of '59.
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Roaring Twenties - lives again as Charleston in Snluslc Gwl M er? wlislllg en
dancers Salian Lawley and Suzanne Eisley relive
part of the history of the Class of '59.
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Madame Shenozital i in the person of Alice Seitz
reads the future of the Class of '59 in her crystal
ball. George Naugle, Rick Mailey. Carol Sandnes
and Linda Sandberg listen carefully.
Lovelies - pictured above are: Cyril Dunmire, Ronald Springer,
William Dagle, Curtis Umpleby, Melvin Krone and Randall Evertts.
Music Men - pictured below are:
Donald Leedy. Randall Evertts.
Curtis Umpleby. Larry McCreary,
Ronald Springer and Robert
Clowns Dance - in a tap routing when Carnival
performers entertain seniors on the midway. Pictured
above are clowns Karen Weigle and Iane Keplinger.
Inspiring Message - was presented by Rev-
erend Curvin L. Thompson, pastor of the
Community Evangelical United Brethren
Church, in his baccalaureate address. The
service for graduates and parents was held
at the Methodist Church on May 31, 1959.
lSpecial music was furnished by sophomore
and junior members of the mixed chorus in a
presentation of "One World" under the di-
rection of Miss Ramona Lebo, Kenneth Bowen
accompanistj At right, Reverend Thompson
stands in the pulpit ready to deliver his ad-
dress to the largest graduating class in the
history of the school.
Hearty Congratulations - to William Dagle
cmd Elmer Keach are being offered by
Reverend Thompson as he talks to seniors
after the baccalaureate service.
Grateful Seniors - in turn congratulate neverend for his
excellent baccalaureate semxon. Below are Margaret Farver.
Janice Martson, William Dagle, Reverend Thompson and
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Bold Letters - on the front of the large book
tells the story oi the last graduation from
N. C. High. Seniors, reviewing the highlights
of school history and departmental growth,
stepped through this volume to pay final
tribute to their Alma Mater. At left, Miss
Blanch Slaybaugh directs Richard Simeone,
Bruce Burns and Susanne Bachman in adding
the finishing touches.
Pomp cmd Circumstcmce - and a solemn
line of seniors begins the measured march into
the auditorium. Speech Choir - takes its
place on the stage. At left are: I. Kutz, W.
Batdort, L. Sandberg, I. Altland. B. Buttorff,
I. Keplinger, M. Treder and D. Ross.
Richard Simeone - as Education turns the pages
of "This is Your Life." At right he he leads off the
historical review. Below, Dale Ames and Linda
Harlacher are interviewed on Athletics and Health.
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Hiqh's history. At right, Bachman, Small and Wagner
tell the story of various departments. Below, Stouifer,
Sandnes, Ernst, Eisley and Evans broaden the picture
with additional features.
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Supreme Moment - a diploma from the hands oi School
Board member, Reverend D. Floyd Mowrey, as Associate
Superintendent Charles Gemmill reads the class roll in
the final graduation at New Cumberland.
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Simmons, I. Keplinger and M. Treder proudly pro-
Final Speaker - Class President Iacob Myers is
a fitting example ot loyal. ambitious New Cumber-
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seniors rise to present themselves lor coveted
Happy Senior - pauses only briefly to accept
handshake of Reverend Mowrey after she receives
the last New Cumberland High diploma.
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101 Poplar Ave. Phone CE 8-4894
New Cumberland, Pa.
Ray K. Garman
'The Little Indian"
311 Walnut Street
l. B. Smith Ford
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Oldest Original Ford Dealer In
Phone RE 7-6711
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
Rain or Shine
the Shopping's Fine
West Shore Plaza
Plenty of Free Parking
Never a Parking Fine!
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324 Hummel Ave.,
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New Wood Walls
For Any Room
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PLYWOOD and FLUSH DOORS
0 Third Street New Cumberland, Pa
Phone CE 2-5408
GAS OIL - LUBRICATION
Complete Tire Service
Phone CE 3 9188
8th and Brldge Sts
New Cumberland Pa .ww
Stewart P Ruth 81 Associate
K A ' Bualdmg Contractors
N J 110 Nmth street
K ? X New Cumberland Pa
Spec1a11z1ng 1n Floral Des1gns
Pealer s Flower Shop
Harrlsburg RE 7 4507
Camp H111 Pa
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BRIDGE NEAR FOURTH TWENTY-FIRST AND MARKET
NEW CUMBERLAND CAMP HILL
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The New Cumberland General Depot
The Mechanicsburg Naval Supply Depot
ICUMBERLAND COUNTY NATIONAL BANK
I TRUST COMPANY
MEMBER: FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM and FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CURPORATIUII
Don't be a square
Get hot service for real cats at:
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Bridge 8z Carol Sts. New Cumberland
State Inspection Repairs
Arthur l. Shaffer
Quality Home Dressed Meats
takes?-99 Q2 :QP
Phone YE 8-2121
New Cumberland R.D. 1, Pa.
LET US PLAN YOUR TOUR
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LEMOYNE PHONE RE 7-6761
Refrigerators - Ranges - Washers - Radios
Standard Small Appliances
Motor Repairing - Fixtures and Supplies
R. B. Hobaugh 84 Son
LService Since 19217
Phone CE 2-6223
211 S. Third St. New Cumberland, Pa.
West Shore Heating
Camp Hill, Penna.
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Complete Insurance Service
319 N. 2nd Street Harrisburg
Phone CE 8-5216
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By actual vote-"Most likely to please"
215 Third St. Phone: CE 6-0534
'Thlsdis the perfect watch lor you," Mr. Husko advises Jewelry Repair - Engraving
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, a - Corsages
- 150 Geary St. New Cumberland, Pa
Phone CE 6-3227
N1 P Wall Tile: Plastic, Steel, Ceramic
Floors: Vinyl, Rubber, Asphalt, Linoleum
A -'f. ..t,3 307 Bridge Street
if ew Cumber and, Pa.
" g l Phone: CE 3-8780
Owned and Operated by METZGER :Sz SON
M. F. Rockey Storage Co.
Local and Long Distance Movers
Phone CE 4-0129
Agents Allied Van Lines
g NEW CUMBERLAND, PA.
te at o c c S , , i 1, i t 1 a Automatic
A Bowling Centre, Inc.
M, pi WP - The West Shore's
Newest and Finest
Q: 24 Brunswick Lanes
Special Rates for Students
Open 24 Hours
Carlisle Road at Silver Springs
Fashions for Men
You Too Will Find It Pays To
Drive To "Doc" Reiff's
Bill Dcxgle seems to think that it will match his girl's
dress perfectly. 4 Y
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V if 7 Ralph s Self-Service Mar et
-'X X V One-Half Mile South of New Cumberland
X OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY
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Ralph carries a full line of fresh and
smoked meats, vegetables and produce.
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James A. Croke Company
121 South Second Street Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
"Ah'h. just big enough f my research theme,"
Kriner s Variety Center
3rd 8z Bridge Streets
Your Authorized Du Pont Dealer on the West Shore
Phone CE 2-9184
109g off on merchandise if you
take your yearbook to advertiser
When you bring your
watch here, all finished
repair work is subjected
to a rigid scientific
check by the
9th 8. Market Street
a Qg?glMd5f0l' REgent 7-7691 - Lemoyne
Your watch "prints" its HQURS
own record of perform-
ance, a "proof" of accu- Mon - Thur 9 I 5
racy. Insist upon this ' '
protection on yourwatch Fri. 9 - 5
investment. S t 8 5
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John B. Starr Sun. 9-2
Watch Repalrmg Motor Steam Cleaned ----- Simonize
RE 7-7413 434 Market Street
Paul R. Eichelloerger Agency
Sales - Rentals - Appraisals
307 Market Street New Cumberland, Pa.
Phone CE 8-9494 or CE 8-9495 Open Evenings
Palmefs Esso Service YM Enjoy Shopping
S Beautiful Ultra-Modern
Bridge 8: Fourth Streets
Tires - Batteries - Greasing - Washing
BIG FOOD VALUES
Front 8a Bridge Streets
New Cumberland, Pa.
Phone CE 3-9429 !LLlf-r
Friendly Service -., I
Free Pick-up and Delivery
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Publishing Co., Inc. "
48 Clayton Avenue
Cortland, New York
Phone: SK 6-5880
Edgar O. Davis
Publishers of the 1956-57, 1957-58, and 1958-59 Shawnee.
AUTOMATIC ASSEMBLY MACHINES
Automatic Assembly Machines Designed and Manufactured by
Berg Manufacturing Corp.
B gl H Cut Rate
206 Third Street
New Cumberland, Pennsylvania
James Lett Photo Service
TOP TUNES -- RECORDS
I Bob Fortenbough is telling Sharon Moss, "This is th
perfect album for me to do trig by."
1537 Bridge St.
New Cumberland, Pa.
Pontiac and Vauxhall Sales
W Al T1 Service for all makes
5 "wha: Q pl eqsu re to drive," thanks Alice s 1
"Most Honored Milk"
20th and Herr Streets
Phone CE 4-1181
Open Week Days Special
10:00 A.M. Student
9:00 A.M. Free
12:30 P.M. Instructions
West Shore Bowling Center
651 Market Street Lemoyne, Pennsylvania RE 7-5602
Mobilgas THE L'
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7th and Bridge Streets New Cumberland, Pa. Phone: CE 3-9836
Walter V. Steger
Moderne and Antique Repairing
Shop: Rear 313 Reno St. New Cumberland, Pa. Phone: CE 2-8239
ACES Tour ,......... ...... 7 7
Administration ...... .,,,,. 1 4
Agnew, Robert ....... ....... 3 0
Albright, Dorothy ..... ...... 3 0
Algebra Class ....... ....... 7 9
Altland, Iudith .....,.,... ....... 3 0
American History .,...... ....,. 7 7
Ames, Dale ............... ...,., 3 0
Artists ..................... .i..... 3 1
Assembly Scenes ..... ...... 2 9
Award Winners ....... ...... 2 6
Baccalaureate ......,....,.. .... 1 42
Bailets, Mr. Walter ...,.. ....... 1 5
Bair, Claudia ,,..,..,..... ------ 3 U
Bair. Sondra . ......,... ------- 3 0
Band Front ............, .---- 1 00
Band in Parade ..... -.--- 1 02
Baney, Fred ........ ..---. 3 0
Lettermen ....... -... 1 19
Team ......,,Y... ----- 1 19
' ,... 1 14
Iunior Varsity ,..,.. ...A 1 13
Coach ...............,..,. ..,.
Varsity ............... .--- 1 12
Bass Horns ............. ..... 1 02
Batdorf, Bonita .......... , ....... 30
Batdori. Wilma ,.,,......,...... ..YY..Y 3 0
Becktel, Mr. Stewart ....... .v... e 16
Bell, Carol .............,...,.. ...... 3 1
Biifart, Maxine ,........,.... ....... 3 1
Biologist ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,.,,,,.,,... ...,.. 7 9
Bomgardner, Mr. S. P. .....,. ....... 1 5
Bonner, lean ,.,.................. ....... 3 1
Bowen, Iames .....,...,,..., ......, 3 1
Bowen, Iohn ....,,.,,..,.. ....... 3 1
Bricker, Dorothy ........ ....... 3 1
Brinkley, Iohn ,..,....... ....... 3 1
Brinton, Mr. Gerald ...... .,,.... 1 6
Brothers, Robert ........ .....,. 3 1
Bruaw, Ronald ....... ....... 3 1
Building Views ...., 2
Burns, Bruce ....... ....,.. 3 1
Buttorif, Bonnie ..... ....... 3 2
Cafeteria Stati ....... ......, 7 3
Campus Views .......... .....,, 9
Central Treasury .,.,,..... .....,. 8 0
Cheerleading Squad ..,.... ..... 1 07
Chemistry Lab ,..,,.,....,..,............ ....... 7 8
Eighth and Ninth Grades ...... ....... 9 8
Girls' .................,.,...,.........,..,. .,,.,,, 9 6
Mixed ...,,,.....,.,......... ..,.... 9 7
Seventh Grade ,,.,.,. ,,,,,,, 9 9
Clapper, Mrs. Miriam ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 1 6
Class Advisers, Senior ,.,,,.,. ,,,,,,, 2 8
Class Day ...........,..,..,.,...,, ,,,,, 1 40
Senior ...,..,,., ,,,,,,, 2 3
Iunior ..,..,.,,,,,,, ,,,,A,, 4 8
Sophomores ...... ,,,,,,, 5 2
Freshman ,,,...,..,,.,. ,,,,,,, 5 6
Eighth Grade ........ ,,,,,,, 5 0
Seventh Grade ,,,..,,,. ,,,,,,, 6 4
Senior ..,.....,. ,,,, 1 34
Iunior ..............,.. ,,,, 1 36
Commencement .,.,.,,,,,,, ,,,,- 1 43
Commercial Art Club ,.,,, ,,,,,,, 9 4
Concert Band ......,.,,,,, ..-., 1 00
Consumer Education ......
Cornish, Mr. Donald ......
Country Club Party .....,.
Dagle, William .,.,.....,.,
Daihl, Glenda .........
Danner, Robert .........
David, Mrs. Edith ......
Davis, Iudy ......,..,...,
Dean, Bonnie ,.,,..,t..t
Deck, Mr. Robert ...,....
Decker. Mrs. Miriam ......
Dedication ......,.,...,......,,... .
Denison, Mrs. Dorothy ..,.....
School Life . ......
Sports ...... ..............
Dobbs, Mrs. Georgia ,.....,
Donley, Colleen ..............
Drake, Gary ...,.,.,...............,,. .,...,.. 3 3
Driver Education ..,,.,..,.,..,....,... ,,... 7 6
Dunkleberger, Miss Dorothy ,..., ..,., 1 7
Dunmire, Cyril ,...,.,..,.,,,.,,,.,.,,,., ..,..... 3 3
Earles, Miss Kathleen ,,,..,.,.. ,,,,.,,, 1 7
Eater, Barbara .,.......,....,. ...,,.., 3 3
Ebert, Bonnie ....,.,,...,,.. ........ 3 3
Ebert, Connie ,,................... ,,,,,,,, 3 3
Editors cmd Advisers ...,...
Edwards, Mr. Robert .....
Eisley, Suzanne .....,.,..
Elicker, Mr. Iesse .,.,,.
English IV ..,.............
Erney, Gloria ........
Ernst, Darryl .........
Evans, Maxine .........
Evertts, Randall .......
Ewing, Charles .......
Fager, Carolyn ...,,..
Farver, Margaret .,.,.,..
First Honor Group ..........
Flanagan, Kathleen ......
Follett, Mr. Earl .......,..
Foor, Mrs. Ruth ,,.,,.,
Football Queen ,,...,.,,.,...
Fortenbaugh, Robert ..,,.
Fox, Mr. George ..........
Fox, Robert ......,...,....
French Class ...,...,......
Frye, Brenda .,.,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,
Future Nurses Club ...........
Garman. Mr. Lawrence ,.,,,,, ,,,, 1 7
Gemmill, Mr. Charles .,..,..
Goho, Donna ...,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,
Goodwin, Mrs. Clara .......
Goodyear, Mr. Iohn .,.....
Gotlob, Stephanie .,,...
Goudy, Richard ,.,,.,.,,,,,,,
Graham, Georgia .,.,,.,,,,,,,
Grimshaw, Mr. George .......
Grissinger, Arthur ..,.......
Gruver, Ruth ................
Gruver, Wilma ..............
Guyer. Mrs. Clara ........
Hake, David ...............
Hall of Fame .........
Hall, Robert ..................
Hallowe'en Queen ......
Hallowe'en Parade .....
Hamacher, Dottie ......
Harbold, Maureen ........
Haring, Gerald ..........
Harlacher, Linda .......
Hart, Martha ...........
Heagy, Roy .......................
Health Classes ..............
Hendriksma, Mrs. Mary ...,....
Hi-Y ,..,.....,.... .........................
Home Economics .......,.,...
Homick, Mr. Michael ..........
Horwitz, Mrs. Pauline .........
Hull, Ioan ..........................
Hughes, Gloria ..,......,..
Industrial Arts ..............
Ienkins, Beverly ..,...,..,..
Iohnson, Mr. Iohn .,......
Iournalism Class ......,
Juarez. Mrs. lane .......,..
Iunior Band Practice ...,...
Iunior Historians ..........
Junior Prom ......,......,..
Kaminski, Irene .9 ,.....
Kauffman, Evelyn ........
Kauffman, Ierre .........
Keach, Elmer ..........
Keith, Barbara .......
Keplinger, lane ............
Kerstetter, Kenneth ,.....
Kimmel, Lois ,.,,,.....,....
Kipp, Iudith ....,,..,.......,.
Klaiber, Mrs. Dorothy - ,...
Knorr, Iill ........................
Kohler, Esther ..........,....,..
Kopp. Glenn ...........,......,.,.,,.
Kostukovich, Mr. Richard ...,..
Krone, Ioanne ..................,..
Krone, Melvin ......,...,...,,..
Krone, Rodney ...,..,......., . ..
Krout, Mrs. Lena Mae .......
Kutz, Iean ,.........., ..............
Latm I .,........,,...,Y...........
Lawley. Salian ..............
Lebo, Miss Ramona ........
Le Cercle Francais ......
Leedy. Donald ...........
Lengeman, Susan ........
Library Assistants ....,...
Library Club ....,,........
Lisse, Mr. Robert .......
Little Indian Stair .....
Losh, Robert ........
Ludwig, lan ,...,,..
Lysle, Donald ......
Mailey, Charles .........
Manning, Mr. Harry .......
Marks, Mrs. Thelma ........
Martson, Ianice ............
May Queen . ............ ..
McCreary, Larry ..,....
... .............. 36
.. ..,...... ........ 1 21
Mechanical Drawing .......,
Meiser, Richard ..............
Miles, Mrs. Ruth .........
Miller, Mary .............
Miller, Mr. Robert .......
Minslcey, Sally .........
Miss N C Hi .............
Moss. Sharon . ...,,....... .
Mumma, Mr. Robert ......
Muth, Barry . ..,,.,........... ..
Myers. Iacob ...,..................
National Honor Society .......
Naugle, George ......... ....
Negley, Theodore .......
Neiman, Margaret ...,..
Ness, Louise .................
Newmyer. David .........
Nonemaker. Iohn ......,,
Office Practice ...,..
Ozanne. Robert .......,...
Paolone, Mrs. Mary ......
Paul, Mr. Frank .......,...
Peifier, Bonnie .,.,.,.,.
Peiifer, Mr. Fred ....,.
Peiiier. Keith .....,....
Penrose, Susan ...........
Perry, Mrs. Louise .,...,,..,...
Peters, Miss A. Naomi ......
Physical Exams ........
Physics Lab ..........
Pierce, Iames ........
Plane G Class ...,,.,,..
Poet, Gayle ,.,..............
Poole, Mr. Russell .......
Pooler. Linda .................-......-----
Poulson, Mrs. Aline ..................
Problems of Democracy Class
Publication Heads ....... ..... ........... -----e--
Queen oi Hearts ......................
Radio Staff .,..................,.
Raymond, Mrs. Vonnie .....
Reed, Ianice ....................
Red Cross Council ...,..
Repert, Mr. Iack ....,..,.,..
Roadarmel. Mrs. Ruth .......
Roberts, Phyllis ..................
Robertson, Mr. David ........
Rockey, Mr. Lester ............
Roksandic. Mrs. Audrey ..,....
Roksandic. Mr. Samuel .........
Ross, Barbara .....................
Ross, Donald ........... ...... .
Rupp, Louise ..,.,.......
Sandberg, Linda ............
Sandnes. Carol ..................
Sampson, Mr. Kenneth ..
Scenery Club ..................
Schaffer, Stephen ...............
Schneider, Mr. Ernest ..,....
School Committee ......... .
School Scenes ......
Sebolt, Thomas .......
Seitz, Alice ..........,.............
Senior Ball .................. .. ........ .,..... 1 37
Senior Cheerleaders .,...
Shaifer, Mary .,,,..,....,.....
Shawnee in Autumn ........
Shawnee Waters ......,
Shuler. Gary ...,....
Shuler, Thomas ......
Simeone. Richard .......
Simmons, Barry ..........
Simonton, Donald .............
Simpson, Larry .......,,.,......,,,.
Slaybaugh, Miss Blanche ,....
Small, Colleen ...............,..
Smeltz, Dr. Iohn .........,...,..
Snyder, Mr. Clifford ...,.
Snyder, Thelma ......
Spahr, Dorothy .......
Spangler, William ,....
Spanish Club ...,......
Spanish 1V ..................
Springer, Ronald ......,....
Stall Photographers ,.,,.
Stage Crew ,... . ..,.,........ ..
Stanton, Mrs. Eleanor ..,...
Steele, Mr. William ....,..
Steno Club ,...,.,.........,.
Steward, Darlene ...,..,
Steward, Raymond .......
Stewart, Michael ........
Stoner, Aretha ....,...
Stoner, Susanne ......
Stoner, William .,....
Stouifer, Vance ,...,...
Student Council .....,
Sutton, Mr. Roy ,.... ....... ,
Teen Age Helpers .,,.,....,.,
Thompson, Mrs. Curvin ......
, ...... 106
Times Stall ,...., ..,.,.,.......,.. ....... 8 S
Tinstman, Mrs. Willard .,.... ....... 2 1
Lettermen .............. .....
Squad ..................., ..... 1 16
Treder, Mrs. Ianet ...,.... ....... 2 1
Treder, Marjorie ........ ....... 4 4
Trig Class ....,..,..,..., .....,. 7 9
Tri-Hi-Y ..,....,,.,..,........ ....... 9 1
Trombones .................... ....l 1 03
Twenty One Club ...,,.,, ....... 9 3
Twirlers .......,.....,...,.,.. ..,.. 1 01
Typists, Senior ......,... .....,. 8 O
Umpleby, Curtis ........... ....... 4 4
Vogelsong, Mrs. Sue ...,.,. ....... 2 2
Wagner, Mary ......,.......... ....... 4 4
Waksmonski, Mr. Iohn ...... ....... 2 2
Walters, Mrs. Marjorie ....,. .....,. 2 2
Walters, Sandra .....,...,.,... ....... 4 4
Warren, Deanna .......... ....... 4 4
Weaver, Mrs. Betty ....., ,...,,. 2 2
Weigle. Karen ......,... ....,., 4 4
Wern, Gloria .,................, ....... 4 4
Weyer, Charles ...,.....,....,... ..,.... 4 4
White Christmas Formal ...... ..,,. l 29
Who's Who .........,......,.....,..... ..... 1 31
Wildman, Mrs. Mary Lou .,... .,,.... 2 2
Wiles, Iudith ,,.,.................... ,,.,... 4 4
Wilt, Beverly ............,....., .....,. 4 5
Wilt, Dorothy ,......,.,....,. ......, 4 5
Wilt, Miss Gloria ....,... ....... 2 2
Wolf, Philip .,.....,..,..,,.., ....... 4 5
Wolfe, Mrs. Loraine ,....,... ,,,,,,, 2 2
Wolfe, Mitchell ,........... ,,,,,,, 4 5
World Geography ....,.. ,,,,,,, 7 6
Squad .............. ..... 1 20
Wyatt, Marilyn ........ ,,.,,,, 4 5
Yinger, Lois .............,.,., ,,,,,,, 4 5
Zimmerman, Wayne .....,, .,,.,,, 4 5
Zitto. Mr. Iohn ...,......
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