New Holland High School - Leoninus Yearbook (New Holland, PA)

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' V fe ' fail gf,-L-'-1-.-,Wwg,"2'-4Q'1ff'H7f 2 4-ub224f'2p.e1s:,14531-"1f5'f"T, --?41-zvfffw-'f"fx-EP' -1 .fgfm q'.:1i1-4.4-SF-1.-1. f"E'1HW"E5f'5QJ,,,,Q-,. 1:14 mfgSa-'.:.l?-'gl , -. f ff is: ,g ':, ,im Jgvmii ig. - ffige-Q:.x.Q1fi.:1 ws. , QE: TL, gym, 1- J Mi f L - ' fwi uf 4 ,I 1, R, M 5 4.,'A. 1 gig '7?gj'v:Li" fiwl' gg?-Mag in 'Sqft :Eli-'fHf, 1-1312, I rr,A'wE'M?giQ5g if iA'lf,,,.ig? mr ' fx -, wp iv 'frgf ix rf. ,f H-11 Ji' Hfffwwf , M it Q 2 f . - W M-A f 2 9 if ww, .Y gf w'if'1'f'1 f' if Q: 5 ,, -Q M fy M '6 21-sf ff W 2 .wx fo W 'wffw Q' ' fn, M. 4 2' ' W Z Hvwff nur IIQINB lllll' illlll CN Z 1' 1 1 1 l I 1 FIJREWIIIRD --if Pagv One -f "" 'H -' ix Eehirattun We, the Senior Class of '38, wish to express our sincere gratitude toward our leader and advisor, Mr. Stewart J. Barthold, by dedicating this yearwbook to him. It was he, who being our home room advisor, was our very able leader during our Sophomore year, and we feel that at that time he gave us a very good start in our High School career. Throughout our final year, he has .again led us very ably, and this year he has prepared ws for a greater wbeginining in our life's career. As .a token of our appreciation for his kind and helpful advice, during those two years, we were together, we wish to dedicate this issue of the Leoninus, our family album, to him. Z Page Two i - , iliahle of Qlluntents SIG Forewond ....... ....... ....... .... Dedication ..... - ....... - ................ .. ............................................. Board of Efducation and Appreciation ..... -.. Dedication Services of New Annex ..... - .... Year Book Staff ........... .........-....... ........ ..- ..... 1. .......... ,.. .... Faculty ....................................,. ........ .. ..... -........... ...... Title Page for Seniors .... ..... .......... ....... ... ,.... ....... .n... Individual Senior Write-ups ............... .... ....e.. ............ Senior Play .....................e............,....,.,...... .................. .... ................ Comic Snaps ..... ....,. ......... ............ ................ Class Statistics .............. ............ M..- .... ,.-.. Rooms ...............,......,.... Class Class Class Commencement Song ..... , ......... .. .............,.............. ... ..... .. .... .... Day, Class Poem .... ..... .......-....-... Underclassmen fTfirtle Pagej .....................-.,... .... , .... Classes .... ......................................,......... ..... ...... ...... Forensic Contest at Lititz .... ....... .... .W .... . ............. - ........... Extra Curricular Activities fTit1e Page! .,,..... Basketball ................... -W .... -..W .... M .... -... ......... - ....... .. .... -......,... Baseball, Cheerleaders, Tennis ..........,.......................-.. S-enior Chorus, Junior Chorus, Orperetta ...... ...... Orchestra, Patrol, Newspaper Stal? ........... .. .... Town Clock News ..... - ................ . .... .. ....... .. ........ .... Aidventisements ..... -. ,,,,,,, ,, 1 2 4 5 6 8 9 10-20 21 22-23 24-25 26-27 28 29 30 31 32-34 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41-48 7- Page Three - . e- The Board of Directors WW i i I , 1 Top Row-fLeft to rightJ -H. Earle Wright, Presidentg John H. Martin, Secretary. Front Row-Charles S. Zwally, Vice Presidientg Henry R. Fenninger, Treasurer: J. Maurice Smith. '-ilz Appreciation ' - We, the class of 1938, wish to express our utmost appreciation to that group of men, the Board of Education, who have, by giving their time and using their ability, made our years of education a very worthwhile step- ping stone toward our success in life. We, as well as the entire student body, and faculty, realize that this body of men have very efficiently expended their untiring efforts for the future of education. To them we owe our thanks for the steps, which they have taken toincrease th-e educational facilities at the New Holland Schools. Page Four wi., ---- , ,ge ii New Holland High -School .Sergices The first regular established school in the village of New Holland was founded in 1786, and lays claim to being the first "Free Schooln in Pennsylvania. It was organized one year before Franklin Col- lege, Lancaster. The prime founder of the school was Reverend Frederick Me-lsheimer. This first institution was a German and English school, in which both the German and English languages were spoken and taught. The building project was started after subscriptions were taken amounting to ninety-seven pounds, which were paid with logs, materials, and labor. Other subscriptions were taken later to defray EXPENSES 'The dedication for the first school was held December 26, 1787. The program began with a pI'0C6SSi0D of the SCh001 S'0llv0l8l'S, MRSWFS, SiHg91'S, ministers, trustees and elders of the church-es. Trhe program included: Vocal selections in German. A Prayer and O-ration - Maguster Rechie. Scripture - Proverbs, Chapter 3, 13-16, verse, Rev. Frederick V. Melsheimer. Vocal Music Discourse - Christopher Gross, a trustee. Reading of the Fundamental Articles of the school in both German and English. In 1841, this early school house was discarded, because ofthe Common School Law of 1835, which went into enect. A new building, which was the Methodist lvieenng l-louse enlarged, equipped and di- vided into four rooms, served as the school until 1875. During the summer of 1844, a new school was erected. This was a two-story brick building, with a clock tower, basement, four rooms, and a directors' room. In 1913, a two-story addition was erected on the southeast corner, fronting Main street. The present school building was finished in the spring of 1925. This structure consisted of twelve rooms, gymnatorium, basement, and oflice. A two-acre playground was added at that time. February 16, 1938 found the comvm-unity dedicating' an addition to this bulil-ding. This annex made lit possible to meet the 'broader needs of education. Home Making, Industrial Arts, Music, Busi- ness Education, the regular classical courses and Health Education can be taught more effectively with the added space and equipment. The 1938 dedication program included: Girls' Chorus ....... .......................................... .. ............... ,. ................ ......... ............. , ........................................................ High School Kal "A Brown Bird Singing" fWoodJ Cbj "Come to the Fair" iMar.tinJ Orchestra-"March Salute" fliamecnikj ....................................................................................... High School Invocation ........-..-......e..,- ..................... -........ ................................ .. ....... , ......................................... Rev. E. L. Eberhart Address of Welcome-Mr. Charles S. Zwally ........... - ........ Vice President, Board of Education Introd-uction of Platform Guests ........................ ....... - ..... John H. Martin and Henry Fenninger Address--Dr. Arthur P. Mylin .............................. Superintendent of the Lancaster Co. Schools 0-rchestra-"Honor Gu-ard Overture" fzamecnikj ................................ - ............................. High School P1'eS0Y1f'ati0I1 Of Key-M11 Clifford B- T0wl1sley ............ General Contractor and Architect Acceptance of Key-Mr. H. Earle Wright. ......... .. ............ President of the Boar-d of Education Dedicabory Prayer ...................a..-- ....-.---.-...--.-...-....--..-..-................................................................. Rev. C. G. Bachman Address-Dr. Robert C. Shaw - .............. --..-.....- ............... State Department of Pwblic Instruction Benediction-Rev. Frank Ulrich Q Orchestra-"Keep Smiling" fZamecnikJ ................................................................. , ....................... High School Mr. J. Harvey Shue, Presiding, Supervising Principal of Schools PLA TFORM GUESTS President Millersville State Teachers College Dr. Landis 'Danger President Elizabethtown College Dr. Ralph W. Schlosser Lancaster City Superintendent of Schools Dr. H. E. Gfress President, F. 8z M. College ...... Dr. John A. Schaeffer Assistant Coun-ty Superintendent -of Schools Mr. D. W. Geist Assistant County Superintendent of Schools Mr. R. L. Eshleiman School Solicitors ........... - ............ Mr. Paul Mueller Mr. W. G. Johnston, Jr. Former Principals ..... - .... . ........... Mr. J. Allen Richards Mr. Ivan P. Lowry Mr. Alvin Wissler Mr. E. R. Kraylbill Miss Emily Longenecker Former Teachers ........... Mliss Susie Mentzer Mrs. Anna Rutter Barton President of Council ........................ Mr. C. B. Townsley President of N. H. H. S. Alumni Mr. Clyde Kauffman President of B. P. W. Club ...... Miss Anna Musselmfan fRepresented by Mrs. Anna S. Dillerj Post Commander American Legion Mr. Ch-ester Baxter President, Legion Auxiliary ............ Mrs. Amos Zuck President, Fire Company Auxiliary Mrs. George S. Good President, Lions Club ..... - .... - ........... Dr. H. H. Poole President, King's. Daughters ...... Mars. C. F. Yost fRepresen'ted by Mrs. Paul F. Esbenshadel President, Liberty Fire Co ..... - ........... Mr. Geo. S. Good Publisher ..... ,......... ......... . ..... .... ..... .... .... .1 Mir. R. E. Wlhitmore Chief of Police ..... .. .... .. ..... ... .... - .... .. ................. Biurnell Imhoff .... . PEZ!! Five .l - Year Book Staf 916 EDITORIAL S TA FF EDITOR-IN-CHIEF -.-.---- RAYMOND M. SHIRK ASSOCIATE EDITOR ------ - ETHEL BRENDLE CLASS EDITORS MARY WEAVER MARTIN HOFFMAN KATHRYN FRANKHOUSER ART EDITORS HAROLD WEBER JANE STAUFFER SPORTS EVELYN EPPLEY KERMIT ZIMMERMAN SPECIAL FEATURES REID SLICK LUELLA GEHMAN DOROTHY STOKES BUSINESS STAFF BUSINESS MANAGER ---- - - - DONALD WRIGHT CIRCULATION ADVERTISING ROBERT GEIST, MANAGER CARL SAUDER, MANAGER MARGUERITE KESSLER DOROTHY ZUCK DOROTHY MARTIN ARLENE KLING MARK HOU SHOWER EUGENE GOOD RICHARD MYERS JACOB MYERS ,MARGARET STROMAN ADVISORS MISS VIRGINIA HOFFMAN MR. J. HARVEY SHUE ii Page Six i The Faculty Miss Ann: Edwards HM Inn' P9f"'3"Pf"" F1-Munch, Latin Elgglf Sh ' Mr, J. Ha-v-vc Shu: Sufw. Principal W-JMC?-MM M ,cn fs Sv 1: ' M iss Violeiihx RQD1eh m Ccmmemlni Dept, Mm. Immx B, Ditzler Hume Cwnomice .,. Page Seven - The Facully ., N wi'51um4,r ts V15 uhrt my :Sgr Page Eight 7 55' '1 rf 44' 9 EENIIJR5 - --------- Page Nxne -f - + 1 OCTOBER 23, 1920 GOODVILLE, PA. Home Craft Club 1113 Glee Club 11, 2, 3, 415 Operetta 1415 Town Clock News 1415 Leoninus 141. , Ethel is a hard worker and is found on the first honor roll every time. Whenever you hear a perfect recitation floating through fthe air, you can be sure its owner is Eathel. Brendle does not spend all her time at her books, but she takes part in school activities, .and will always do what is asked of her. She is ia friend to all and will lend a helping hand to her classmates. Ethel's pet expression is: "Want to buy some candy?" which she uses during the noon hour, as she sells candy for the Senior Class. FLOYD MERVIN BUCH JULY 1, 1920 GROFFDALE, PA. Senior Play 141 9 Class Officer 131, at West Elarlg .also Senior Play 131, at West Earl. "Merv" entered our class this year, as a senior, after graduating from West Earl Township High School. He 'always has something to talk about to someone. "Mew" caught on quickly to the require- ment of our high school, and he has been in the average class of students. Buch appreciates -sports, which was shown by his alttendling' as many basketball games as possible. He is also interested in activities, as he took part in the senior play and also assembly periods. "Marv" is rather small, but he can hold his own in everything that comes along. CHARLOTTE IRENNE DIEM MARCH 19, 1920 NEW HOLLAND, PA. Home Craft Club 111g Commencement Committee 141g May Day 141. Charlotte is 0-ne of the quiet, sensible, and industrious members of the senior class. She takes a great interest in her school work, an-d does whatever is asked of her. Her ch-ief interests are in the commercial subjects. She is fitted for this occupation, because she is neat and careful in her work as well as in her appearance. 'Some day we expect to see her naime as a renowned commercial teacher. Page T611 i A EVELYN EMMA EPPLEY DECEMBER 3, 1920 NEW HOLLAND, PA- Dramatic Club 1115 Glee Club 11, 21 5 Newspaper Staff 11, 2, 3, 413 Forensic Conrtest 1313 Senior Play 1415 Field Meet 12, 3, 415 Cheerleader 13, 415 Basketball 11, 2, 3, 413 M-ay Day 141 g Leoninus 141 5 Class Ofiicer 11, 31 3 Home Room Oliicer 121 3 Captain of Mag- azine Contest 131. Three years ago, Evelyn enltered the dear old E-dueational Hall, "New Holland High School." Al- though she was a total stranger to the class, she soon became acquainted with everyone. She joined us in our Sophomore year, and has worked with us ever since, making her three years successful. Although Evelyn is good in her studies, she is also equally good in her extra activities, such as basketball and cheerleading. She has also taken part in activities such as the senior play and other plays during her years here. Being the editor-in-chief of the Town Clock News this year, she has accomplished great success for herself an-d her Alma Mater. EMMA KATHRYN FRANKHOUSER AUGUST 2, 1920 NEW HOLLAND, PA. Glee Club 11, 2, 313 Leoninus 141, Basketball 12, 3, 41 g Tennis 131 g Field Meet 11, 21g May Day 141 5 Tri-Hi-Y Club 111 5 Traveling Club 111 3 Patrol 111. If you hear some one asking for "Kit,' or "Kitty," it is none other than Kathryn Frankhouser, the flashy forward of the girls' basketball teafm, who is being summoned. She may appear quiet and unassuming, but underneath it all lies much gayety and wit, which is always bubbling over, and has helped endear her to her friends. Besides being a good basketball player, Kit is one of the speediesrt typists in the school. Kit is an attractive blond and the boys have already fallen for her-but beware . . . Kit can you cook? As yet she cfan't cook, but she claims it won't take her long to learn. LUELLA MARTIN GEHMAN FEBRUARY 7, 1921 EAST EARL, PA. Home Economics Club 111 g Glee Club 11, 2, 3, 41 3 Operetta 12, 3, 413 Senior Play 141 g Leoninus 1413 May D-ay 141. Luella, ,the Cleopatra of the senior class, hails from the fair village of East Erarl. She is a gnand smpecimen of an all around sport, and if you don't believe this, consult Eugene Good. Her hobbies are reading and sleeping, although she does like eating rather well. Her favorite expression is "For cat's sake," which she lets loose once in a while. Gehman is always willing to bake part in anything she is asked to, and has -taken part in the senior play and other activities. She is very studious and always has her school work prepared. Gehman is also interested in art, so there's your chance for a beautiful life, Eugene. Page Eleven T,--.. 1 ROBERT STANLEY GEIST APRIL 2, 1919 NEW HOLLAND, PA. Operet-ta 11, 2, 3, 41, Basketball 13, 41 g Glee Club 11, 2, 3, 41 g Town Clock News 141g ' Leoninus 1413 Sports Club 111g Patrol 111. We don't know whether Bob is more interested in his 'horses or his schoolwork, but he is good in both fields. Besides his horsemsanship, he also displays sportsmanship, by his ability to play basketball, on the varsity team. , Bolb is also noted for his popularity among the opposite sex both in and around school. He is a friend to all, -and a big, kind-hearted boy with not much to lose and everything to gain, as he expresses it. WARREN EUGENE GOOD DECEMBER 7, 1920 BOWMANSVILLE, PA. Glee Club 1113 Sports Club 1113 Leoninus 141, Field and Track 13, 41. "Goodie," the second Tyrone Power, goes through school with a smile, and often gives the fel- lows a bit of laughter to digest their school work, by telling one of his home-made jokes. "Gene" is often seen with one of the opposite sex of our class, namely "Lwella." In ltixme of trouble "Jeep,' is there to lend a helping hand, and what can be more ,appreciated than "A friend in need." Eugene's ambition is to -become ia barber, and he expects to take up that field after graduation. MARK HOUSHOWER JULY 20, 1920 BOWMANSVILLE, PA. Leoninus 141, Sports Club 1115 Glee Club 11, 2, 3, 41, Town Clock News 141g Oper- etta 12, 3, 41 3 Class Day Committee 141. Mark hails from Bowmansville, and although that town is la little ways off, he has seldom missed a ,day of school. We wonder, as we look at M-ark, whatever made him get such a haircut, because really it makes him look unusual. To his pals, Mark is known was "Hu.s'hey," but to others he is known as Mark. He is the second Lawrence Tibbet and out of school he is none other than Clark Gable to the opposite sex. "Hushey" does good work in his classes, and besides this he takes a great interest in other activi- ties. Among his various activities, his most outstanding is his ability in singing Dutch songs. He talks plenty, but when it comes to saying anything that's entirely different. But in spite of not saying anything, he has the class laughing, Whenever there's a chance. Mark's peut longing is to learn to spell words correctly, and to be a professional hitchahiker. i-l Page Twelve ---1 14---j - A use I. A T4-Fi V ELDA MARIGUERITE KESSLER MARCH 21, 1920 BOWMANSVILLE, PA. Good Housekeeping Club 1113 Glee Club 111, Senior Play 141g Basketball 141. This "five foot two, eyes of blue" hails from Bowmansville. She is the official driver of the Bow- mansville bus, to and from school, an-d so far her Whippet has served its purpose. "Kess" is a very studious girl, and never leaves school without her books. She has been among those earning high grades during the year, and has worked faithfully to keep herself there. Kessler is no bookworm though, but has taken part in the senior play and other activities. Also she is an outstanding basketball player, and should b . proud of her ability. She is a friend to all, and will do her best to help a friend in need. MARTIN FRANKLIN HOFFMAN SEPTEMBER 13, 1920 NEW HOLLAND, PA. Orchestra 11, 2, 3, 413 Senior Play 141, Patrol 11, 2, 3, 41, Travel Club 111, Class Officer 1113 Leoninus 141, Track 11, 2, 3, 41, Glee Club 11, 2, 3, 41 3 Town Clock News 1413 Forensic Contest 141 5 Class Day Committee 141. Mar-tin, better known as "Marty," is a very active fellow. Yes sir, quite a lad, always willing to take p-art in assemlbly and to -do whatever is asked of him. It seems he is very much interested in extra curricular activities. He is in the orchestra, and also can be found playing the clarinet in various bands thvouighout the -county. "Marty" is the statesman of our class, and can make wo1'ds flow like a stream, when giving a speech. which we never tire of. At times he is a bit f'disruptious," but on the whole he is a regular fellow, and when you are with him you can have the time of your life. ARLENE ELIZABETH KLING NOVEMBER 19, 1920 GRoFEDALE, PA. Home Craft Club 111, Glee Club 1115 Senior Play 141g Basketball 141. A graduate of the Western School, "Klingy" entered the doors of New Holland High School four years ago, and has helped the class of '38 to be what it is. "Klingy" takes a great interest in her studies, being near the top. Besides her studies, she is also interested in extra curricular activities, being a great basketball guard, and has helped the New Holland girls to victory. This quiet lass is often seen with "Kess,', and is also 'a friend to all, and will help those who need her help. She is interested in certain ones of the opposite sex, or isn't she? We won-der. 1- - P3119 Thll'tl'9n JACOB HUTCHINSON MYERS APRIL 14, 1920 NEW HOLLAND, PA. Town Clock News 141, Sports Club 111, Glee Club 12, 3, 415 Operetta 13, 415 Stage Manager of Senior Play 1415 Leoninus 141. "Jake," the witty fellow of Our class, never lets us down in History class, when a bright remark is needed. When humor is needed, to quell our dull moments, "Jake,' is right on the job. He was not on the basketball team, but in his private life, he is very much interested in this game, because he can be found back of Shirkie's store, shooting for goals. "Jake" knows his bookkeeping from "A" to "Z" and his ambition is to become a bookkeeper, which we think he can easily make. The girls are also interested in "Jake," for with that wavy hair he can make any one of the op- posite sex sit up and take notice. DOROTHY LORRAINE MARTIN MAY 12, 1920 NEW HOLLAND, PA. Dramatic Club 121 g Town Clock News 12, 3, 41 g Patrol 11, 2, 3, 41, Track 11, 2, 3, 41, Glee Club 11, 2, 3, 415 Operetta 13, 415 Senior Play 141g Basketball 131, Tri-Hi-Y Club 1115 Leoninus 1413 Baseball 11, 215 Hitz-en-Bitz 111. Dorothy is a busy girl, almost too busy to go to school, but she gets there at least three days out of the week. She is a good dancer, and there is never a dull moment when Dot is among the crowd. Her pet subject is horses. Although Dot works after school she has her lessons completed, and if they aren't finished she always manages to find some excuse. She is interested in extra curricular activities, being on the pa- trol forthe last seven years. Dot is also interested in basketball, and can play a good game. ' RICHARD TODD MYERS NOVEMBER 5, 1920 NEW HOLLAND, PA. Glee Club 1115 Patrol 1113 Baseball 12, 3, 41, Track 11, 2, 3, 41g Sports Club 1115 Leoninus 141. Bashful, but cute, that's Todd. He must have been born under a lucky star, for he seems to have a streak of luck . . . for instance that bank night winner. TO say that he is quiet and reserved does not mean that Todd isn't with the class, for he always takes part in its activities. Todd has taken a .great interest in sports, and many a time he has helped to lead the baseball team to victory. On the whole, Richard is a good, all around sport and is liked by everyone in his class. -l--li Page Fourteen 1 CLARENCE BURKHOLDER RUTT JUNE 25, 1920 N1-Jw HoLLANn, PA. Town Clock News 12, 333 Circulation Manager of Town Clock News 143, Patrol 113g Construction Club 113 3 Art Club 11, 2, 33- Clarence, better known as "Buffy," has been an active member on the Town Clock News staff, having the job of circulation manager. "Buffy" talks a lot, which perhaps accounts for the fact that he doesn't get his lessons done dur- ing study periods. Sometimes Clarence dresses fit to kill and we often wonder if he is pulling the wool over our eyes, because we never see him with a girl. He seems a little bashful, but we think that is a help, be- cause if he wouldn't be, he would talk to the girls during study periods and cause more trouble. FRANCES MARIE OHL MARCH 5, 1919 NEW HOLLAND, PA. Home Economics Club 113 g Glee Club 11, 2, 3, 43 g Operetta 13, 43 5 Basketball 143. Listen real hard, maybe you can hear her. Yes, Frances is the little brunet, who speaks very softly, and whose class recitations are very strenuous on the ears. Frances takes life easy, and makes an easy object for a camera, because she walks, oh, so slow. She comes from up-state, Lock Haven, to you, and with her she has brought her good manners and good tastes. Ohl is a friend to all, and a good sport too. She went out for basketball and tennis, and she also likes to make candy and drive the car. CARL SAUDER SAUDER Ocrosma 7, 1919 NEW HOLLAND, PA. Glee Club 11, 2, 3, 43 3 Operetta 12, 3, 43 5 Senior Play 143 3 Advertising Manager of Leoniinus 143 g Class Officer 143 g Advertising Manager of Town Clock News 13, 43 g Student Manager of Sports 13, 43, Home Room Oi'Hcer 1235 Construction Club 113, Track 12, 33. That Chevy salesman is none other than "Saud." Carl, one of the Sauder boys, is very popular in New Holland High School, especially in the Senior class. "Saud" doodles on a guitar and mandolin, manages the business end of sports, of our class and of our newspaper, makes study periods noisy, and flirts with the opposite sex. He has a keen eye for business beneath all those joking smiles and outbursts of laughter. "Saud" is everyone's friend, even the teachers,' and is willing to do anyone a favor. He is a hard worker and studies rather hard, but always finds time to talk and have a good time. Recently he re- ceived a nifty Chevy for his graduation gift, and boy, do we all envy him. Page Fifteen ,pcm RAYMOND MARTIN SYHIRK AUGUST 12, 1920 GROFFDALE, PA. Construction Club 111, Class Officer 12, 313 Captain of Magazine Contest 1315 Man- ager of Mlagazine Contest 1415 Senior Play 1415 Editor-in1Chief of Leoninus 1413 Debate 13, 41 3 Editor of "We, the J,unior's, Speak," 131 3 Town Clock News 141. Who is "Amy?" He's our brain trust, the perfect answer to a teacher's prayer, but not snooty in the least. Not only is he the te'acher,s chief asset, he is a friend of one and all, always willing to help the undergraduates and his own classmates with any and all their studies. He'll do more than what you ask him to do. A good all-around fellow, instantly ready to joke, or dwiscuss the most difficult problem in the line of lessons. "Amy" is the ibutt of a good many jokes, but he is able to both give and take. Every morning, rain or shine, he rolls in from Windytown, so that explains the cool breeze around school these last four years. "Amy" is the boy who holds Windytown on the map. He is also interested in extra activities, as was shown by his participating in the Senior play. WALTER HOOVER SHIRK AUGUST 9, 1920 NEW HOLLAND, PA. Sports Club 111 3 Commencement Committee 141 g Art Club 11, 2, 31. Who's the great author of our class. Why it's none other than Walter Shirk. He can juggle words around in such a manner, that it makes the rest of us look silly. Although "Pete" is a good writer, he is not seen sitting around always trying to write a great book, but he associates with the other 'boys and is the ringleader of comic thoughts in or around school. He is a jolly friend of everybody, and can both give and take many jokes. He can be seen working around school after school hours, and it is to him that We owe the honor of beautifyin-g our class rooms and school building. WALTER EUGENE SHULER DECEMBER 8, 1919 BEARTOWN, PA. Hi-Y Club 111g Operetta 141, Commencement Committee 141, Glee Club 11, 2, 3, 41. Whenever you hear the sound of sweet music coming up Main street. you can be sure that Walter is having one of his musical moments. Walter has displayed his wit and talents to most of us in the Junior and Senior High School ass-errrblies. He can 1'eally make his harmonica erupt a beautiful swing song or any other song he desires. Walter completed the Freshman year with us, but spent his second and third high school years at another sch-ool, again returning to finish his high school career at New Holland. - Page Sixteen l -l JANE WARNER STAUFFER DECEMBER 28, 1919 NEW HoLLANn. PA- Basketball 12, 319 Patrol 12, 31, Operetta 13, 415 Senior Play 141 g Baseball 11, 213 Track 11, 2, 413 Glee Club 11, 2, 3, 415 Tri-Hi-Y Clulb 111g Leoninus 141. , One of the small members of our class is none other than Janie, with blue eyes, auburn hair, and a few freckles springled across her face. She is noted for her quick comments. in English or Health class, one of the most common ones being "Oh shuxf' Another thing Jane is noted for is her new names for dogs, cats, and even diners. Dot Zuck hopes to have a diner some day, and Jane's contriibution towards its name was "Uneeda Dimmer." Anytime you hear an art student making a wise crack, you may be sure it is Jane. She is often seen with a certain Junior, namely "Joe" She takes part in assemblies and other plays around school, and is a good, all around sport. RE-ID ARTHUR SLJCK MAY 30, 1920 NEW HOLLAND, PA. Cheerleader 1413 Construction Club 111 g Gylee Club 11, 2, 3, 41, Senior Play 141g Op- eretta 12, 3, 41, Leoninus 141g Extesmporaneo-us Speaking 13, 413 Class Day Committee 141, Track 11, 2, 3, 41, Tennis 141. Reid is quite a little boy . . . a little over six feet tall. He is the walking observation tower of the class, and his -height has enabled him to see many a para-d-e, which smaller people could not see. But height isn't the only asset "Bash-full" hasg his extemporaneous speeches 'are famous throughout the halls of New Holland High Schools. As cheerleader '1Teider's" effort in ,getting the students to cheer, carried New Holland to its cham- pio-nsfhivp. This lucky fellow has recently received a nifty guitar as a -graduation gift, and we know he is well pleased, because his delight is to play stringed instruments. He's a true friend and a pal to everyone, especially the opposite sex. DOROTHY WITMER STOKES JANUARY 21, 1921 NEW HoLLANn, PA. Basketball 13, 415 Patrol 1115 Glee Club 11, 2, 3, 413 Home Economics Club 111, Class Ofiicer 11, 215 Cheer Leader 13, 413 Operetta 12, 3, 413 Tennis 1415 Manager of the Girls' Basketball team 13, 41. Any time you see a girl with a white shirt, tie, and suspenders, you may be sure it's Stokes. Her interests are entirely soaked in the line of sports, especially basketball. She is another of our fam- ous forwards, ,making those graceful long shots. Stokes is also a studious girl, and a very speedy typist. She is interested in those of the opposite sex-namely a certain Junior in school. , P3159 Seventeen .l. .. ... MARGARET HORST STROMAN JULY 25, 1920 GooDv1LLE, PA. Tri-Hi-Y Club 1115 Glee Club 1115 Leoninus 141. If you have seen a girl around school, who has big, brown eyes, you can feel sure that it is none other than that Goodville Hash, Margaret "Peg" Stroman. We can't decide just what Pe.g's plans are after school, because sometimes she says it's the "Hard- ware Business," and other times it's making "The Wright" kind of bread. "Peg" is a studious girl, with her "ifs and ands,"do'in,g her best. "Peg" came to tus in the ninth grade and has been very popular ever since, especially loving to chatter to boys and in return boys love to chatter with her. - CHARLES HAROLD WEBER OCTOBER 20, 1915 NEW HOLLAND, PA. Basketball 11, 215 Baseball 11, 215 Track 11, 2, 3, 415 Operetta 12, 415 Orchestra 11, 2, 3,415 Art Club 11, 2, 31 5 Town Clock News 3, 415 Class Officer 13, 415 Leoninus 1415 Glee Club 1415 Tennis 1215 Home Room Officer 121, The Hercules of the Senior Class! Why? Because he can master anything. He can juggle, act, sing, and is the Glen Cunninggham of New Holland High School. His favorite hobby art, and another is walking "Margaret" to school at noon time. "Toot" is the leader of our class, namely the president, and has proven successful in fuliilling his. job. "Toot" likes to hitch-hike, and has been to more places and seen more things than the whole class together. Any girl within a radius of twenty miles or further knows him and could possibly tell us at what dancie they were together. When it comes to being good-natured and liked by everyone, Weber heads the ist. MARY BAIR WEAVER DECEMBER 1, 1919 CHURCHTOWN, PA. Tri-Hi-Y Club 1115 Class Officer 11, 3, 415 Glee Club 11, 2, 3, 415 Operetta 13, 415 Leoninus 141. This blonde curly-locks from Churchtown, is an outstanding member of our class. Not only is she' outstanding in height, but also in classes. She is Mr. Shue's ofii-ce girl, and she is responsible for the changing of classes by ringing the buzzers in the various rooms. Mary is willing to help out in all that she is asked, and does it with a smile. Mary's favorite ex- pression in school is "Oh Gee." She doesn't have too much to say, but is a swell sport all around. M1ary's ambition is to go further into the field of education, but she is taking Home Economics. 1Why'?1 - Page Eighteen 1--l--- ,- HARRY AMOS WITMAN APRIL 10, 1920 GooDv1LLE, PA. Sports Club 111 g Glee Club 11, 2, 3, 413 Ogeretta 141. "Smit" hails from the metropolis of Goodville. In class 1'ooms, with Mother Nature, or any other imaginable place you find Harry, he will always have a pleasant smile for you. Harry's afternoon naps and pranks have broken up more than one class. Whenever you see Harry, he's sprawled over a desk, drawing little automobiles, or decorating his assignment book. "Smit's" jokes are always laughable, and his imitations are unique. Harry's main weakness is his guitar, and some day we expect to hear of the famous "Goodville Croonerf' ROSANNA LA VERNE WISE SEPTEMBER 22, 1919 BOWMANSVILLE, PA. Good Housekeeping Club 111 3 Glee Club 11, 2, 3, 41 5 Operetta 13, 41. This lass hails from the good little town of Bowmansville. She is one of the many passengers of the Bowmansville bus, and she has not missed a day of school, except when it was necessary. She does not have too much to say, and this is an asset to her, because she can do her lessons in study periods instead of talking. La Verne is slightly inclined toward the opposite sex in school, but we suspect she is interested in someone at Bowmansville, because we cannot catch her with any boy at school. She is a friend to all her classmates. She is Ethel's assistant salesman for the senior candy. DONALD KURTZ WRIGHT DECEMBER 30, 1919 NEW HOLLAND, PA. Hi-Y Club 1115 Class Officer 111 3 Glee Club 11, 2, 3, 41 3 Operetta 13, 413 Baseball 13, 41, Basketball 13, 415 Manager of the Senior Play 141, Leoninus 141, Town Clock News 1415 Patrol 111. 37-25, 51-12. No, it's not a football signal, but those figures are just a few of the scores that this handsome, blonde, flashy "goal-getter" has made to bring New Holland to the top in Basketball. Not only is he interested in basketball, but he varies his sports, and you could not name one sport he is not in- terested in. "Hoodle" is a very popular member of the senior class and also is popular throughout the entire high school. Besides being a good sport, "Hoodle" is also studious and is quite frequently heard emitting some bright remark in History or English classes. The girls are crazy about him, but he won't have anything to do with them, or will he? We kind of suspect things lately, because he seems interested in that cer- tain dark-eyed lass from Goodville, namely "Peg" - Page Nineteen i 1 ANDREW JACKSON YUNDT DECEMBER 6, 1918 NEW HOLLAND, PA. Patrol 11, 21 5 Glee Cluib 11, 2, 3, 41 5 Stage Manager of Music Festival 141 5 Field Day 11, 215 Construction Club 111. We also have our own radio technician. When you ask Yundt anything about radio, he belches forth with a speech quite technical, and you're in a fog before he has started right. He is just a little fellow, but he can hold his own in most anything. He has rather an abundant supply of talk food stored up, so when he is around, he often gives a speech on almost anything. On the whole, Jackson is all O.K. IVA BERNEICE YOST AUGUST 27, 1920 BLUE BALL, PA- Tri-Hi-Y Club 111 5 Glee Club 11, 2, 31 5 Operetta 131 5 Basketball 131. This young miss hails from the town of Blue Ball. Although "Ivy" is the smallest girl in our class, she certain-ly is full of fun and laughter. She is seldom seen without "Peg," and seems to be her boon comp-anion. Iva always knows her lessons, and ranks in the upper grade of studen-ts. She is al- ways willing to help her classrnates in all ways p.ossible, and is well liked by everyone. lf she is asked what type of boy friend she prefers, her answer is, "Give me one that can cheer." We wonder why? It coulldhlt be those Lititz cheerleaders, could it, Iva? KERMIT HARJDING ZIMMERM AN DECEMBER 7, 1920 BLUE BALL, PA. Glee Club 11, 2, 3, 415 Operetta 12, 3, 415 Patrol 1315 Town Clock News 1415 Class Officer 13, 41 5 Baseball 12, 3, 41 5 Leoninus 141 5 Track 13, 41. The good old saying, "Children should be seen and not heard," must never have been taugh-t to Kenmit. If it was, he got the meaning reversed, "Children should be heard and not seen." Everyone knows it's Kerm, by his yell, even before they see him.. Although Kerm diid not 'go out for basketball, he took ia great interest in this sport, and his most favorite sport is baseball. Kerm is a good friend of ev- eryone and is glad to do you a favor of any kind, in other wor-ds, a good sport. DOROTHY GERTNRUDE ZUCK DECEMBER 9, 1919 NEW HOLLAND, PA. Patrol 11, 2, 3, 41 5 Glee Club 11, 2, 3, 41 3 Town Clock News 12, 3, 41 5 Basketball 13, 415 Baseball 13, 415 Operetta 13, 415 'Track 11, 2, 3, 41. Speech is silver, silence is golden, but this young lady is satisfied with silver. Always in a hurry, yet not too rushed to lend a helping of something to eat or give a friendly smile. "Zucky" is the captain of the patrol, and a very ,able captain at thait. She has spent her entire school career in the New Holland school. Dot is one of the best dancers in the class, even while on duty at the "Peoples" she is "truck- ing" with ia tray in her hands. Dot is interested in diner business, which she has made 'great plans for. Playing basketball, baseball, and going camping are her favorite side lines. ,i Page Twenty . . e " Senior Play '19 "Say It With Flowers" The class presented the play, "Say It With Flowers," on Wednesday evening, November 17, 1937, in the High School auditorium. The play was a great success under the directorship of Miss Ann Louise Edwards. The cast included: Frank Page, an American business man ......... ...-.- ....................... Reid Slick Edith Page, his wife ......,.... ,. ....... - .... .. ................... ,... .... ..., ............ .. .... .. ..... Evelyn Eppley Geraldine, their older daughter ..... ...... ...,. ....... .. ...... ....-.... Marguerite Kessler Sylvia, their younger daughter ..... .. .... - ........... .....- .... ,..... ........ -........ Jane Stauffer Aunt Min, Mr. Page's widowed sister ..... - ....... ........ .............. .........-. Arlene Kling Anthony Wlayne, a young artist ........................,.......,................... Martin Hoffman Jack Merrill, an insurance salesman M..- .... ...., ... ............... .. ..... Mervin Buch Albert Castle, a banker ... ........ s- .... ........- .... ,... ......... - .... ,.....- ....... Carl Sauder Gertrude Castle, his wife .......................... . .... -.- .... .W ........ -.. .... Dorothy Martin Oliver Pillsbury, a stranger ,..... .... .. .... ........-........, ..... ...,-.- ........ Raymond M. Shirk Ethel Jenks, kitchen maid ......... ...... ..,......,........ .......-.- ............ H ...... Luella Gehman Prompter ...... .. ...... - ....... --.... .... .,........-.n ..... Dorothy Stokes The plot is centered about 'the' Page household, which is about to go into bankruptcy. Mr. Page, knowing of the Castle's love for roses, invites them to see his rose garden, so his credit will be extended at Mr. C'astle's bank. When the Castles are about to arrive, Mr. Page discovers that no roses are to be found, because Sylvia and Jack, lovers, have used them to decorate the Yacht 'Club for a dance. To prevent Mr. Castle from learning this news, Jack Merrill goes to Mr. Castle's own rose garden and brings a very beautiful rose to Anthony Wayne, who has a scheme to prevent Mr. Castle from find- ing the loss. Meanwhile Aunt Min receives a special delivery letter from Oliver Pillsbury, who arrives a little later. He brings a suitcase full of Bibles stuffed with currency. As Anthony is trying to trick Mr. Castle, thelatter recognizes his own rose, and becomes angered. Mrs. Castle tries to calm him but to no avail. After the Castles leave, Aunt Min pays Mr. Page her board for the last several years, and some money her husband had borrowed from him. The Castles return, and Mr. Page pays off his liability to the bank, to the surprise of Mr. Castle and everyone. After having paid the debt, Mr. Pillsbury returns, having forgotten to tell them the money was counterfeit. They collect the money and give it to the maid, Ethel Jenks, to burn. Mr. Pillsburg returns again with a letter he forgot, which discloses the fact that the money was all good money, and Mr. Pillsburg was told it was counterfeit so he would not be tempted into steal-ing it. The play ended with the whole famfily rejoicing. Geraldine and Sylvia help inthe entertainment of their guests, the Castles. Anthony Wayne at- tracts Mrs. Castle by his painting. Aunt Min, the deaf lady, adds humor an-d spice to the farce by misunderstanding the people who speak to her. Student committees of the class handled the business transactions. The committee follows: Donald Wright, as business manager, with Richard Myers and Robert Geist as assistants, took charge of the tickets. The advertising manager, Harold Weber, was assisted by Ethel Brendle, Dorothy Zuck, La Verne Wise, Kathryn Frankhouser, and Eugene Good. The stage manager, Jacob Myers, was .assisted by Clarence Rutt, Walter Shirk, Walter Shuler, Kermit Zimmerman, Harry Witmian, and Jack- son Yundt. Stage property was in charge of Mary Weaver, Charlotte Diem, Margaret Stroman, Frances Ohl and Iva Yost. ,t..T. Page TWSYNZY-0119 ? Candid Camera Shots A1f4'W"" 5 x ml! emi! wffdwf 'W ' AH? C3 ww W' ' f ii? X zlffgr G17 ML U Guwfgrfsff W . M' X, Q 90 'zgzzmv yy' "nj, ,i Pag T ty t a Candid Camera Shots ,UP sffa M'a..a'L0-1 kc 15 'lf'f"AnJ 'Eff nc? 07 C Qbd H -..,. . Eiga of ' N i ii 'v , .nf 0. f ' .,.V VV my If -Q45 RA Zfy. ff ,nf d,7o!'Q5Z.S5 " fi 3 Q. ' - Hon MM ,Zffmjn IV V 'f 34 ' u .-, ,, j . f - Ka rf-Z 3 rdfpff-:rg Q53-ff 'Dogs ll 'fb xx I' ee Hen Of' .Agni P g T ty-th i. 00 iii,- I an NAME ETHEL BRENDLE MERVIN BUCH CHARLOTTE DIEM EVELYN EPPLEY KATHRYN FRANKHOUSER LUELLA GEHMAN ROBERT GEIST ,EUGENE GOOD MARK HOUSHOWER MARTIN HOFFMAN MARGUERITE KESSLER ARLENE KLING DOROTHY MARTIN JACOB MYERS RICHARD MYERS FRANCES OHL CLARENCE RUTT CARL SAUDER RAYMOND M. SHIRK WALTER ISHIRK WALTER SHULER REID SLICK JANE STAUI-'EER DOROTHY STOKES MARGARET STROMAN MARY WEAVER HAROLD WEBER HARRY WITMAN LA VERNE WISE DONALD WRIGHT IvA YosT JACKSON YUNDT KERMIT ZIMMERMAN DOROTHY ZUCK WHERE F0 UND In the library Driving the Chevy At school mosrtly With "Kit" With "Epp" With Eugene At Good's At Harding's Bakery Any place on Main street Doing his trig In her Whippet Waiting for her chauffeur Seldom in school. With his friends Driving a Buick With a certain Alumnus Doing odd jobs in school In his new Chevy Buried in a book In art room At Harris' Corner Above everyoneis shoulders With a certain Junior Anywhere, snapping pictures Strolling along Main street In Mr. Shue's office Hitch-'hiking Sleeping in class Selling candy At Good's One never knows Where isn't he found? Everywhere At the People's Restaurant President - Vice President Secretary Treasurer CLASS COLORS RED, SILVER AIND BLACK Page Twenty-four Class HOBBY Studying Talking Being quiet Cooking Basketball Eating Dancing Co-mbing his hair Singing Dutch Playing with the Maltas Basketball Basketball Talking Making Wisecracks Hunting Sleeping Getting nothing said Making sales talks Photography Drawing Playing his harmonica Music Dressing up Reading Talking to Ivy Being secretary Everything Doing French Going to the movies Basketball Talking to the boys Radio His horse laugh Dancing CLASS OFFICERS - - - - Harold - - - Kermit Zimn - Mary Y - Carl I OL "OUR HOPE, OUR zfisiics WANTS T0 BE Teacher Bookkeeper Stenographer Teacher Secretary Nurse Salesman Barber Lawyer Foreign Journalist Secretary Nurse Secretary Millionaire 'Forest Ranger Nurse Radio Operator Salesman Civil Engineer Salesman Dyemaker Second Horace Heights Druggist A wife Hairdresser Teacher Building Architect Civil Engineer Beautician .Baker Housewife Commercial Radlio Operator Sports Commentator Nurse ONQUE.R TIME" -li-I OUGHT T0 BE WHY ATTENDED N. H. H. S. In College To be an honor student Ice M-an So he could graduate twice Debater To become famous Speaker To be near her brother-in-law Teacher It's near her home Child's Nurse Horse Dealer Movie Star Teacher On the N. Y. Times Paper A Loving Wife Housewife Newspaper Editor Farmer Feed Salesman Vocalist Frank Ix's Aide Minister Professor at Yale Second O. Henry Another Fred As ine ta T-all Man in the Circus Movie Star Hairdresser Postmistress Model Artist Comedian Blue Singer Second Clark Gable Hairdresser Radio Announcer Politician or Auctioneer Night Club Dancer Class Advisors Stewart J. Barthold J. Harvey Shue CLASS FLOWER RED ROSE Page Twenty-five To be with Gene To be with his clhums For the ride in the Whippet To help in 'assemblies To go to college To learn something Be a good girl To fill out excuse cards Add some humor For the nice walk to school. Take up time We don't know Talk to girls Help seniors with lessons To make life interesting To -make rhythm To give lectures To keep up with the times To follow her brother To give the boys a break Keep Peg company on way to sehool Give juggling exhibitions To amount to something To be in the High School Chorus Play basketball There was nothing else to do To forget radio To pester the teachers To get into arguments - Room Pictures ' 1 W 'f3""de f ' - , . 3 i 2 3 A ffxkd ry f?C'6'bz"ff'e5 gan mf ,W.,..v., X ,W ..., .. . x ww., Lifiice. Hgf1Q'15Lf:'iglArf:- V D,-W4-,7 case cw ffvmv' fccmyomf C5 Cfrvfffl new 115, gem iT Pg Room Pictures ii-F2 ff 6 y5fk'5 Z 656 on rf nc M 1 of' ' 'X P74 f33,,,,, J ,, MMS fag HAMIC5 05457 1, -l-li- ll-- PgT t , .l.li- ,1l,,...i?..i.ll- W 1a s J J w g wf 5.El- ffJhr-fa-zifl: U-Aa 3 PE-Arg: wg fvelql flrnf 4- F F' Pr r' P , C LAS! SONG l958 Evflyr' Eppley Kafhryn Franlihouscr Jaf' , -elf- G-, 0 J- q A A ri P Q ,-. Z2 1 K, 1 , If J: If 0- J:-r- E, ,E 5 ' D- Q fg.. fd Af JIIJ Q SJ F P r' P P .a.+-- 9 ' " 2.1-n. - :LPI - lx- S : -nlifg ' -i -gr - I pa p c - mem - ber all t 1he pasf work for fv f ture Isa - in ,S . 6 ,Q 9- Y 7 Y ' .--5 . Q ,Nj ' Q A id ij l 2 2 QF pp EE -o-"" s- ' J J I i WL ,T fre! i F- QE n- til? nag: og 3036-5 AMgfd:1g"gmJsJ 44 " F F F F ff ffjvif' I gig? I ones hm- lj-ard mg: we in-s.rJfo pave jr wi - P Twenty-eight . I "4:'-- Class Day Exercises -'ii The play, "Forward Into Profgressiaf' was presented May 13, by the Senior Class in the High School Auditorium as their Class Day Program. The play was written by ia committee chosen from the class and several members of the faculty. Miss Ann Edwards and Mr. William D. Burley directed its production. The cast of characters was as follows: Caleb Martin .......... ..... ............................................ .... .......................................... M 1 a r tin Hoffman Bertha 1Caleb M1artin's wifel .......................... ..................... L aVerne Wise Hilda QC'aleb Martin'is daughterj ..................... ............................ J ane Stauffer Greta fCaleb Marti'n's second daughterj ............ Kathryn Frankhouser Wilson fCialeb Mlartiin's sonil ................................... ...............,............. M ervin Bfuch Captain Heller ..... - .......... , ....... - ....... , ............. , .,.. - ...,...... ............. M 'ark Houshower Simon Stack ........... , ............................................... .......... J 'ackson Yundt Cary fJacob MuhlenJbeng's sonl ....... .......... E ugenie Good George Hess ....................................................... ......... - ................... R eid Slick Whollypop .................... ., ................. .. ............. . ..... Harry Witman Henry Klinger ..... , ..... ..... ............ ........ D orraild Wright Adam Metz .-.., .................. .. ......... Richard Myers Jacob Muhlenlburg ..... ... ............ Robert Geist Salty QA sailor? ..... ... ...... .... Walter Shirk Jigiger QA sailorl ................................... -..-. ................... - .......... .... ....... - ........... Walter Shuler Limpy fA sailorl ...................................................... .. .... M ..... ............,..............,... Clarence Rutt One-Eye QA sailorj .,,,..,.,,,............................,........................ ..... ...... Jacob Myers Porky ..... . .... - .... - ........... n-- ........................................................... , ...- ..... Rfaymon-d M. Shirk Prophecy Reader ..... .. .......... ........ .. .......... ...... .. ...... ... ....... , ........ Carl Sauder Will Reader ............................. , ........ ., .... ,..... ...... ..... .. .... K ermift Zimmerman Tlate fRetining Squire! ...W .... .. .... .. ....... . ...................... - .... , ....................... Harold Weber The fplay depicts a peasant scene in Transylvania, a mythical Balkan Counrtry. Caleb Martin, a peasant farmer -sees the plight of himself and the rest of his neighborst They have talented sons and daughters, .but in tiny Transylvania they cannot put their talents to use. Caleb perswades his followers to 'go with him to a new land across the sea, where they can be suc- cessful. They snail to this new land, called "Progressia," and the ship named "Conqueror," where their dreams come true. T-he class son-g, poem, will and prophecy are woven into the plot of the play. Harold Weber, .presi-dent of the Senior Class, 'presented a mantle to Richard Wright, president of the Junior Class. PLAY COMMITTEE Mark Houshower Martin Hoffman Dorothy Stokes. Ethel Brendle Reid Slick Class Poem-Dorothy Stokes Typist-Marguerite Kessler Diyttoist-Rayimond M. Shirk - Class Poem fBy Dorothy Stokes Our hope has been- Our aism is- To watch, while waiting- To see life, with our own eyes- To remember, not forget- To listen wisely, keeping the good- To learn ourselves, then .teach others- To escape from vice, by steering clear- Always -having, obtaining, and keeping Always working, trysing, and doing, be- our own ideals. fore we give up. With these, we hope, we aim, to conquer time. Time-it does not wait, it cannot be stopped. We shall-by using every second, We will-by using every minute, Conquer time. -.-- Page Twenty-nine ,-.----.- 'L-l- Commencement Exercises "-""' "School Lifesv Th-e S-enior Class presented as its Commencement exercise, an original pageant, "School Lites," in the school auditorium, Wednesday evening, May 25, at 8 o'clock. Miss D. Irene Pennington was director of the play, and Mr. William D. Burley had charge of the music for the program. "School-Lites" was a series of skits representing all the High School departments and subjects studied by the members of the class. The portrayal of the departments an-d subjects studied by the class was interwoven and made more vivid by the narrator, Ethel Brendle, with the appropriate music of the orchestra. A Those departments presented and the characters used in the portrayals were: HOME ECONOMICS Mother, Charlotte Diem, Father, Reid Slick, Patty, Dorothy Zuck, Helen, Mary Weaver, Dot, Kathryn Frankhouser. FRENCH Jacques, a boy, Harry Witman, Aunt, Luella Gehman, Betty, Evelyn Eppley, Marie, Ar- line Klin-g, Theresa, Dorothy Stokes. SCIENCE, MATHEMATICS AND HEALTH -Represented by a court room scene The characters: Judge, Rayfmond Shirk, Lawyers, Mervin Buch an-d Walter S-huler, Ma- dame Curie, Dorothy Martin, Einstein, Reid Slick, Copernicus, Mark Houshower, Mar- coni, Jackson Yundt, Newton, Carl Sauder. ART AND SHOP Characters: Luella Gehman, Jane Staui'l"er, Harold Weber, Walter Shirk and Clarence Rutt. HISTORY AND ENGLISH Represented by: Indian, Richard Myers, voice reading "Hiawatha," Mwary Weaver, Pil- grims, Kermit Zimmerman, Iva Yost, Pilgrim Mothers, Margaret Stroman, Frances Ohl, Patrick Henry, Jacob Myers, Farmers, Donald Wright, Robert Geist, Martin Hoffman reads "Chicago."' COMMERCIAL Applicant, Marguerite Kessler, Employer, Eugene Good. EXTRA-CURRICULAR Boy, Walter Shuler, Principal, Eugene Good. By the enacting of these skits they portray to the public the practicability of each subject studied, and the importance of the school curriculum to the student in his after-graduate days. Orchestrations appropriate to the stories or the different acts, interspersed them to add to the col- orfulness of the scenes. - With the aid of faculty advisors, the following committee wrote the pageant: Charlotte Diem, Luella Gehman, Dorothy Martin, Walter Shuler, and Walter Shirk. , Page Thlfty' . . Ei?1ffff - f UNDERELASEMAN il-lijf Puuc- Hlll'fY-UYN' L-lj, -Ylfgiw f' l fef-ff we 241, - Eleventh Grade c'LAss OFFICERS President - ----- Richard Wright Vice President - - Luther Gehman Class Advisor- Secretary - - Ruth Sauder Charles R. Furlong' Treasurer - - Charles Hess Tenth Grade CLASS OFFICERS President ------- James Clemson Class Advisors- Vice President - - S. Allen Shirk Miss Violetta R. Diem Secretary - - - - Betty Ranck William D. Burley Treasurer - - Ma1'y Zimrmerman Page Thirty-two ' -- nl: do do do or Ninllz Grade frmss UI"I"ICERS Prcsident ----- ' ' ' Charles Keene Vice President - - George Storb Class Advisors- Secretary - - - Pauline Martin Miss D. Irene Pennington Treasurer - Robert Ames Mr. John C. Rfuthfon Eighth Grade f'1,,4ss owzfwzfs President - - ----- L90 Grant Vlziss Advisor-- Vicc President - - - Ruth Ditzler Miss Ann Edwards Sc-cretary-T1'casL1rc-r Raymond Bensinger ,M Q ,-,,,---V-lgaf-W P i'auf1' 'l'i1iI'tx-thi'--v -l-j- -- Sevenffz Grade CLASS OFFICERS President. ------- Leon Richwine Vice President - - - - Jane Evans Class Advisor- Secretary-Treasurer - Robert Townsley Miss Ruth Fryberger Forensics Conlest af Lifitz -l- 1- Several people of the New Holland High School have taken part in the Forensics Contest, at Lititz, on Saturday, April 9, 1938. The students entered various contests there. Among these, were debating, extemporaneous speaking, oration, reading of poems, and reading of Shakespeare, The following took part: DEBATE TEAM- Al'Hr1native side-Maurice Keene, James Bachman, and Richard Kurtz. Negative Side-Raymond M. Shirk, Joyce Hoober, Luther Gehman, and Luella Gehman, who sub- stituted for Luther Gehman. Q The topic of the debate was, "Resolved that the several states of this nation should adopt a unicameral system of legislation." They won the county contest at Lititz, but lost to Han- over at Shippensburg. EXTEMPOKANEOUS SPEAKING- Reid Slick, on the topic of "Flood Control." Reid won the county contest at Lititz, and also the Southern District at Shippensburg. ORA TION- Martin Hoffman, who made an oration on "World Peace," in which he concluded that "Youth wants to live, he wants to enjoy life, but it is the duty of every American boy to protect his home- land from the cannon of a foreign power." PUETRY READING- Martha Haverstick, who read some of Walt Whitman's poems, including "Oh Captain, My Cap- tain," "When I Heard the Learned Astronomer," and "Miracles," from "Song of Myself." ,SHA KESPEARE READING- Mark Houshower, who read different passages from one of Shakespeare's plays. The contest consisted of several schools competing against each other, through their representa- tives, who took part in the above functions. -i Page Thirty-four 1- -- QQ" EXTRA IILIRIIIULAR . , VQIUL' 'l'hil'ly-five' - ' LQ 7fff27"..Aif f,,,,..+.-.. GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAM D. Irene Pennington Coach VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM Stewart -I. Bartholrl Coach iii' -lf, 3--if f Page Thirty-six JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM John C. Rathfon Coach 77477 CHEERLEADERS Violetta R. Diem, Advisor TENNIS TEAM John C. Rathfon, Coach Page Thirty-seven 45 A BASEBALL TEAM Stewart J. Barthold, Coach S JUNIOR CHORUS William D. B urls-y Direlctoi' SENIOR CHORUS William D. Burley Director Page Thirty-eight OPERETTA Anne L. Edwards and William D. Burley Directors , ORCHESTRA William D. Burley Advisor NEWSPAPER STAFF D. Irene P'ennin,Q'ton and J. Harvey Shue Advisors ,,Ll..l..l. PATROL Virginia M. Hoffman Supervisor P326 Thirtb'-nine , ."': . JIEIL 2 sa NIORS 'ri-II: Ain' nxiuorr Vol. III, N0. 'I NEW HOLLAND HIGH SCHOOL. NEW HOLLAND, PA. April 20, 1938 4 c - -- See Say It With Flowers" Tonight Transylvania To Be Given By - X1 William D. Burley to Direct Senior Cla., on May 13' 'Ui The i225 Voices in Third Annual Rite cllflcll ' Lighting Effect- Ar. uma I.. Dramatization of Carols. Play Vl':Is Composed by Marlin Hoffman and Mark Huushower. "II-...I-.I.I......I." II... s....... II...- v...I.. ..I.... .............I I... .. .....I.-..I, 'n...II. ...........I..., ...II I.. ......-...... ... II... I:I, ... ......I ..'.I....I. ... II..- .....I.. ......... s... ... .. ...-......II ..II..... ... II..II.... -... ........I....... .I..- ,.I., ...II. ... . .........I ... ...-...... ......I .. ......I ...... ...... I..I.l ...... I......- ...... ..... ......I .n ......I .......I.... I'..I..I. II....... I. II..- ...-... LII... ... I. ...,... ..I...I. ......... II...- ,..-....I.. I.. ,... ...... a ...-.. ......I ......I I...-. ......I.I ... ...I...-.I .......- ........-I....- llorothy Zuck. Patrol Captain, and Dorothy Yost Are Delegates ISU Cnllnty Students Attend l'aItrIIl lleetinil :It West End .II...I..r High 'I'I... ...'II. ..........I -...'... .......-..I.. . ... ....I I,........I.-. .'... .....I ......... ..-...... ...- ...I.I I-'...I.., II.-.....I.. I... ... .Im II..-I .I....... II.,::. ......... I......,..I.-I II......I.. z...I. .....' N.H.H.S. Students Enter Discussion , Groups at Drexel Frankhouner. Eppley. Zuelt. Slick, Webs: are Delegates TI... II..-.I-I --op... Im..." ......I ..., I..-I.I S......I..y, I.I.......,. In. I.. II.. I..-.-...-I I..,......., PI..I..I.I..I..... ....- I... I... ......... ..r ......K ...... ......... , V- V - -.7 .... ...... New tyclorama Lurtaln Installed in Auditorium . ..... ...I.......... ......... ....I ...... .....- ....I..II...I ... .I.. N... t....I II..I. s.I.....I .........-I ....., ... ....I .II II..- ...'... 'rI.... ...I ..,.- ......I.- .....-.I.I.- I.,'II..- ......I ... II..I .I.... I.-I. I. II... .wk .....gI....... ........,.I. .....-... I... ... II.. -...,. ...... ......... ,... ,.,, . . . i Eldllillgel I.: I, II s, I..I... M.. I...,.,,..... I II.yI.s.I....I II. ....,...I..... ....I .... ...... ...H IIIIIIIH Iuli lxt'III UI: :III I 'vr.w- I ....IL Girls Learn How to V Keep House in New V iI'Iome Economics Dept. ' sm... ser.-fa II. sI...Ie...f. 'rum Days a Week gQ.....q-.........n...-. I.-......thy-Vggn, New Holland High Team Wins Section 47 Points I'er Game is Aver- .ge I... Vanity Drihblers' Denver Here Friday ,II-I.. . ....w ......... .I.. N... II..II....I II... s.......I ....5I...I..II ...... .........-.I .he .+.................. ... s........ x.. :I TI.. ...If ...... .I....I.e.I ......-.. I... ...... ...... I...-y .I.re..e.I E... II,.......-I.. :.u.I... Tn... .I.... I..... Teoma ot Puinihlater To Meet Alumni Squad! 'rum Is........ Will he Pllyftl in up-... 1'........r..w msht 'I'.........-...K .....I.. Ir...-Q ......Is fm... II.. N.-w II..II....I Ing.. s.I.....I ....I Home Ecitishop To Put on Annual Exhibit April 29 . iii Eye S.. ..II, ......I ..II,I.-II ..II! 'I'I..I'- I... ......IH II... I... III..-I I..... ... 'II..-..-I ... I............- ......... . I I-: lln ,-I I II...I.s nf I'.....I.. I.. be Dis-f,,'i.,,f M", mfu, . I ' .I .I, ...... I f....I.I..'I Ill. ,ed In Home Rooms ...... ...I--III.. :. I... sr II.. .......I.... I.. ,.........I ...I I:..I..I..I..... ..r .I.e ,... II..II....I ......... ...II be ...Ia ...I Ap... eu, ...,... ...... ... I... ..'.I...I.. I-......... ......I...I. ... LI.. I-Im... I-.-'IIIIIIIIIf.. A.. ...... sh... ......II- New Holland Pupils Will Enter Fore nsic Meet Ofilvry. DerI.............. E.- 'I'e...p...e speaking. sh... ...-...Q ....I I'...Ir.- II.-...I...A.. I..fI...I..I III... ...... ... .I..- I.-......I I. ... :... st.IIlIIIIe. 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I-I..I...I..I,.I.... .-e........IIy ... .I..- .....,.....- ... ......ug ...Q ..I.......... ""iiI.I52-kl..'i i'e.I..I I'..Is I"p I:....II' light llelllre lllming tn llnrel I:......fI.....-.I III.'..I. II.. II..-I. -......I ..-...... I.-.... . - IIIUIII IL- lllrl Ilvlu-nl 'l'III'vlis5 vh- ....... ... II...I..-.... I'......-..... .......I ...... .III I.... ...... .II III.- ....I.II.. I l. Basketball 3 Championship Squad of Five Cheeren Hu Led Teams to Victory Extras to be Ready to ltein force "Spirit" se.-S-s-S II.......I Ar.-r..I.-I.-I. - x.-... II..IIa...-I T.-.....I 1'.....I 'r......! A ..-II III.. ... Im... I... me ......- W I.....I...., .h..... Ik... ...... .I ....II .II.. o..y..' I.,-... I'r..gI-....I I-Iu...Ied II... ..I.,......I ......-...... .............. I N.. .... I.. ....I I.. .. ... MAS, , Seniors To Depict Experience May 25. Hisluri and English Are th. Themes ......AI t....-.......- ... 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Q X The Clock Strike! .I I T.C.N, Rated hy Citizens ol' New Holland When Reporter Quizzes Paper Considered to he Coax by Those Interviewed "nrt I II.i..k .rs j...I ......... I .r.I..I. Iv. ...... W... H... ...M ..,.. 27 New Books Lent To School Library Tax 6 Months' Use Public is Invited To Dedication on February 16 Girls' Senior High Chorus ls, l'IIInIIing to Entertain: "Open House" Will be Observed TI... .Ie.I..aI..... ......-...ui :... II.. .....,.I..I....I nf II.. ......X ... .IIE ...ee- ...I ......II z....I.I..... II-.II bv held .I-I III. ...gh ..I....-I .....I........... .... vI.'...-I...s.I.y .-.'e.....g, F.-I.......,- IIs, .I ....ht ..'rI..cI., Ir... .... ...I ,, - W NEW HOLLAND ' HIGH WELCOMES NEW TEACHERS . F... ... 2 . 're...I..-I. Iceplmiq MI.. Dieu... Heads New I'.....- .......I..I ......ee TI.. N... II..II...I.I HI:I. ..fI....I ...I- .......-e .III-Q.. ...-.. Ie,...I.... I.. ... - .Ir I... II.. I.I.I7.:I. I.-...I TI... ...ez M..- v...I.-I.I. Io... II...I..... ... .I.3...q. ..f ... ' New Addition is Asset to Training, Says School Board Five Members Give Gpinions I.. Reporter I..I.-.wwf v.-In. mn...-.I bond ........- I.. I. ....ve ...vane ...I-...I ..p..I....I. II' II.. ..I...- ....II I..-....II I.. be II..-.ved ......I .I.. ...M I...IIaI..g ...-......... wr...I.' II., bv... ......place , Track and Field Meet To Be Held May Second on Athletic Grounds II.. my 1, II... ...... ... II.. III... s.-I.....I ...II .-.........I.- I... ......... ... ....- inllual 'l'I'at'k and FIIIII lim-I, nIII.'I ...II ... I..I.I .... .I.. II.,.I. ......... M... , . A- i 1 Drihblers of Falrer Sex Grant Interviews s..I..II..II is Popular I The New Hullilvd girls' wuiwlty -...I...s..II ...... I... ...... .. .......- thuf far this shawn. In WIVIIIIYIZ live :.4I..t'x out af six. Suppose we hvll' ...... II.. ...I-I. ... II.. ...... II....I. ..I...... W.. .......I...z ... I... r.........-I High School Prepare Sportsg Baseball Pra t'hildren's Books are ineludml... In New Loon 'r......y........ Im.. I... Im... Ie... ... n.. III..-.rv 1... Q... ........I.. II-..... thi Seventh Grade Seals Record for Magazine Contest With 5112.25 School Realizes a Proiit ot 5171.00 The School Magaline Campaign. I.'hII-h was In progress lur one week, tl..-ed Tuesday noon, Jlnualy IB. with l sum total nt sales amounting to 847950. TI... ali...-.ed me uhnal Io, rt-liize o prohl ul 321145, which total Is rwlulsed lu Sl7l alter the plizef lor II.. ,.I........ ...... ,...-......... -r... .,.. ....Y fm, ... ...... .,,. Page Forty New Holland Girls Still Undefeated In Basket Ball New London and Marietta Fill vIc...... ... Team Coach Barthold Takes A Bow for Winning Team Carl Sauder. Student Manakfr, Deserves Cheers T... ......-... ....I.eII.sII ...... r... I.I..I III. ...-... ....useful .e.I...I-I eve. Gin: I....'I.. III .II....I I-I.gI. one I:II.I.. a.I.I IIII- s....... III.gI. C ' 1'.-...g..., .I s ..'cI...k, .Ie emi. SI-h....l I'h.III. v ..- mii I-.II.Ii:IIIe LIwII' 215 voices to pu. , .. ...... ....,.. .I .'I.......... .f..,.. 'Money and Cup To Be Awarded At Graduation TII...I.II.. .I..II.... ... ....I.. ' ...... ,. ......... ....I ...II I.. ....I I. I ...I ......I ... .......- .I...I...I- ...... I.. ... I I. -... ,.I..I.-I ....I .I-...... ... ....I -......I ......I-.I II........-:... .....II.. Honor Roll Shows Senior Class Most Intellectual Now Juniors Olfer Them Still' Com- petition ,I ....-.ey ... II.. ......... ....IQ .I......S III... II.. S..-...rf I...-2 ms ...-....y-SI.. .II..Ie..I. Im the I........ mn. I... II... ...SI Dr. V. W. Dippell Speaks at Banquet I ,LIS-Us of Ifdlltatiun. Milli 'I'....Ie I II. ., I., I..,.,...I, ...-......... ...R MUIIIIAII AL t"I.iIIr.IItI nII.i MIIrII.AlI c..II.-N.-. .... II... ....... -......-. ... ....I .........fp.-...... .........-.. ...-Ia ......I r STAFF EDITORS T0 ATTEND PRESS CONVENTION Y I-I.-.-SI... High Srhnnl CI...-... ns Center lor Slate Journai- ists. December 27-25 ' x... II..II.....I II...r. s.I.....I ...II I.. ..........I .I .I.. 'r...I..I. A.......I .-....-.-I.-...... s.I.....I If.-... . ............... I..- ...... ... II.......,, I... u..........! Alumni Notes I.. I. I.. III....- ..............t I.-. II..- ...... I... ti.-, .IMI IIIIlIIis IIJIIIIII bask t.. III. ........... ......... ...... ... I... II... ... .I IIIIII. tII.II.II. II.. ....I,..I..e.I Im.. .-.I sm... ............... I... t . Class Officers Are Elected for 1938-39 III a recvnt election for othcerx. Ie..I.a..I Iv.-.gin ...plume the coveted s for Spring ctice Started Tennis Tournament To Be Witnessed In Near Future s.....I.. .. ......mg ....I ,U ... .MI 'Queen of the May' Will be Crowned May 2 at N.H.S. Sellillr High to t'l'm06e tiII'l by Secret Iillhll T... II... '-q...e.. ... .I.. II...-" ... xr.. Ii..II....I'I-I..-... s.I.....I, ..-.II be .........aI ... ...aw ... ...., M... ', .... Ir.. ,.......I I........ II.. Inu... ...... II.. A -E -, T A M Pure Food Today Keeps "Doc" Away J O H N F . M Y E R S Phone 629-R-11 HAULING S. E. IRONS GROCERIES, GAS, AND OIL NEW HOLLAND -:- PENNSYLVANIA 404 E Main Street NEW HOLLAND -:- PENNSYLVANIA W - B - G I R V I N Compliments Of F L 0 R I S T V NEW HOLLAND BRASS, LEOLA -5- PENNSYLVANIA CO. "Say It With Flowers" NEW HOLLAND' PA' LUDWIGCO. J. Z. MARTIN HOME DRESSED FRESH AND GMM' Emma RADIOS AND REFRIGERATORS SMOKED MEATS SINGER SEWING MACHINES CHEESE MAY'rAc WASHERS NEW HOLLAND -:- PENNSYLVANIA Phone 603-R-2 NEW HOLLAND, PA. L. B. HERR gl SON STONER STUDIO STATIONERY BOOKS SCHOOL SUPPLIES EPI-IRATA, PA. PRINTING QUALITY PORTRAITS 46-48 West King Street LANCASTER -:- PENNSYLVANIA STAUFFER'S DRUG STORE No Matter Where You Live . . . Save with Safety af COOK WITH NATURAL GAS THE REXALL STORE Askforcirculm- DRUGS KODAKS LEHOY W GROFF NEW HOLLAND -:- PENNSYLVANIA 216 W. Main St. NEW HOLLAND, PA. ,, Page FOFCY-ODE R.Aym0nd 9-4509 PAUL L. NELM'S LANCASTER COUNTY BEIST EGGS STOP at . . . THE OLD OAKEN BUCKET Home of -the Famous Hafmburgers TIRES Esso GASOLINE OIL New York OJWC6 2031 Jenome Ave. NEW HOLLAND, PA. Near Burnside Ave. Pihone 832-L One-Ihalf mile east of Blue Ball Elm-er Keim, Proprietor M. S. GRAYBILL Sz SON Dealers in Grain - Feed - Coal - Lumber - Millwork Cement - Fertilizers - Etc. BAREVILLE, LANCASTER Co., PENNA. Terms Cash Phone: Leolla 324-R-3 ...Quick.. SALES AARON R. HESS Phone 651-R-3 Residence Phone 749-R-3 FURNITURE R U G s PAUL F. EISBENSYHADE 101-103 S. Railroad Ave. NEW HOLLAND -:- PENNSYLVANIA AMOS R. GOOD PLUMBING AND HEATING PUMPS AND OIL BURNERS NEW HOLLAND -:- PENNSYLVANIA Ph0l'1'9! Crane Company Dealer FUNERAL Store 623 ' H SERVICE Ries. 753 Satisfaction Guaranteed B. Z. MELLINGER H. M. STAUFFER Ka SONS JEDDO-HIGHLAND COAL Sales - F O R D - Service "The Aristocrat of Anthraciten NEW HOLLAND' PA' LEoLA RONKS WITMER M. M. KLING GROFF'S HARDWARE Dealer in fall kinds of South Railroad Avenue LIVESTOOK Make This Store Your Gfift Headquarters Rhone 6119-R-2, New Ho-llanfd NEW HOLLAND, R. D. 1, PA. 1 I I I ------i Page Forty-two 1 Compliments of SAMUEIL S. GERHART Dealer in COAL - LUMBER - FEED AND BUILDING MATERIALS EAST EARL -:- PENNSYLVANIA Phone: 625-R-13, New Holland Compliments of S A U D E R B R O S . S a l e s - PONTIAC - Service 325-327 West Main St. NEW HOLLAND -:- PENNSYLVANIA Phone 716-R-3 TENNIS AND BASEBALL SHIRKIE'S FRIENDLY NEIGHBORHOOD STORE SUPPLIES 211 Brimmer Avenue BATHING 'SUITS GOLF GOODS M EATS N U E B L I N G ' S GROCERIES ICE CREAM PAs'mn:s 849 Penn St. READING, PA. Phone 6113-R-21 NEW HOLLAND, PA. -GEO. s. ALTHOUSE Complmnts of GAS - OIL - TIRES - REFRESHMENTS NEHW HOLLAND MILLING C0 PICNIC GROUNDS PAvrLIoN Phone 93,11-R, Ephrata Ex. HINKLETOWN, PA. COAIL -:- FEED -:- GRAIN NEW HOLLAND, PA. GonDoNv1LLE, PA. Compliments of THE FARSMERS NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST COMPANY O'F NEW HOLLAND Q CLASS OF 1938 . . . You have earned the confidence and respect of the community through your school days. May your future actions warranlt that confidence and respect to follow you through life. THE WRIGHT BAKERY -,,1l-i-1 Page Forty-three -,i,i,.1l. - MUSSELMAN BROS. COAL - LUMBER - FEED BUILDING MATERIALS NEW HOLLAND -:- PENNSYLVANIA Wihen you Want Quality and Service in Dry Cleaning, Pressing and Tailoring See SPEEDWAY CLEANING CO. 125 E. Main St. NEW HOLLAND, PA. Will call for and deliver Open 6:30 fa. m. to 9 p. rn. Tel. 628-R-21 STYER 85 EVANS REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE NEW HOLLAND, PA. Compliments of BLUE BALL NATIONAL BANK BLUE BALL -:- PENNSYLVANIA M. STORB H. K. STORE T. M. STORB'S SONS MARBLE AND GRANITE WORKS NEW HOLLAND, PA. WM. W. GOOD JEWELER Watches for Graduation Elgin - Hamilton - Bulova - Gruen Divided Payments if Desired 54 East Main Sit. EPHRATA, PA. WM. W. HORJST SL SON NEW HOLLAND SHELL GAS CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER STATION BLUE BALL PA- GOODRIOH TIRES AND MOTOROLA RADIOS Phone 721-R-13, New Holland Before you Build see Us! Cash or Credit BLUE BALL GARAGE CHRYSLER AND PLYMOUTH Sales and Service BLUE BALL -:- PENNSYLVANIA M. O. SINGER GENERAL MERCHANDISE FARM SUPPLIES GOODVILLE -:- PENNSYLVANIA - -1- Page Forty-four Compliments of RELIABLE DAIRY BLUE BALL -:. PENNSYLVANIA Phone: New Holland 808-R-14 Compliments of BLUE BALL HOTEL BLUE BALL -:. PENNSYLVANIA Compliments of M. G. SAUDER ELECTRIC WIRING and FIXTURES NEW HOLLAND -:- PENNSYLVANIA Compliments of THE NEW HOLLAND MACHINE CO. Compliments of JOHN S. EWELL TRUCKING EAST EARL, PENNSYLVANIA Compliments of THE NEW HOLLAND SILK MILL NEW HOLLAND -:- PENNSYLVANIA BEN FRANKLIN STORES 5c, 10c, 25c to 81.00 Ffed A. Malsnee 56 E. Main St. EPHRATA, PA. D. S. SENSENIG FRIGIDAIRE AND PHILCO BENDIX HOME LAUNDRY NEW HOLLAND -:- PENNSYLVANIA Rhone 844 JACOB B. ZIMMERMAN ELECTRICAL, PLUMBING AND HEATING CONTRACTOR HARDWARE BLUE BALL -:- PENNSYLVANIA Phone: 805-R-21, New Holland Ex. A. R. SEN SENIG ' PLYMOUTH DODGE Sales ami Service Phone 678 NEW HOLLAND -:- PENNSYLVANIA a Page F0!'tY-RV! l. Phone: New Holland 948 MEYER .ZAUSNER Manufacturer of Cream Cheese - Ffarmer Cheese - Pot Cheese Cottage 'Cheese - A.. Cheese - B. Cheese NEW HOLLAND, PA. PEOPLE'S RESTAURANT We Cater to the Community SODA FOUNTAIN 144 W. Main Street NEW HOLLAND - J- PENNSYLVANIA TRIMMER'S DEPARTMENT STORE LINOLEUM SPECIALISTS NEW HOLLAND -:- PENNSYLVANIA RENNINGERYS GROCERY 436 West Main St. NEW HOLLAND -:- PENNSYLVANIA Open Evenings Phone 754-R-2 WHITAKER 8z CO. GENERAL MERCHANDISE NARVON, PENNSYLVANIA STAUFFE'R'S GARAGE EXPERT AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING AUTO TOP WORK GULF GAS GOODVILLE, PA. Phone 239-R-21, Terre Hill Ex. GOODVILLE MUTUAL CASUALTY GO. Wnayne S. Mlartin, Secretary AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE GOODVILLE -:- PENNSYLVANIA C. R. WEAVER REAL EISTATE AND INSURANCE NEW HOLLAND, PA. Compliments of E. M. RUTTER gl CO. NEW HOLLAND GARMEN T FACTORY C OA A L F E E D A. M. Zimmerman NEW HOLLAND, PA. PRINCESS SLIPS Phone 825 Phone 835-R-2 i------- Page Forty-six - ---1 Compliments Of H A R T ' S I N N The Home of the Famous Root Beer BROWNSTOWN, PA. CHAS. WENGER GARA GE AUTO REPAIRING Phone 340-R-13, Leola NEW HOLLAND, R. D. 1, PA. THE CUT-RATE STORE SODA FOUNTAIN Comfplefte Line of Sheaffer Sets See us during warm weather NEW HOLLAND -:- PENNSYLVANIA PLEE-ZING 'GROCERIES ICE CREAM RICHARD LAN DIS GRJOFFDAILE GENERAL STORE Rhone 323-R-12, Leola Whenever there is something you need consult us C. E. SENSENIG GENERAL MERCHANDISE Eggs and Poultry BLUE BALL -:- PENNSYLVANIA Compliments of NEW HOLLAND SALES BARNS Sales every Monday and Thursday Kirk Foulke, Prop. NEW HOLLAND - J- PENNSYLVANIA A. B. C. GROFF FARM EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES NEW HOLLAND -:- PENNSYLVANIA EAST EARL GARAGE S. H. Gehman, Prop. AUTO REBPAIRING PHILCO RADIOS EAST EARL, PENNSYLVANIA Compliments of NEW HOLLAND PLANING MILL COMPANY S. S. SHIRK Semi Solid Buttermilk J. C. HENNINGER FUNERAL DIRECTOR Phone 340-R-31, Leola NEW HOLLAND, PA. NEW HOLLAND, PA. JOHN N. SAUDER AUTO CO. CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE Sales and Service NEW HOLLAND -:- PENNSYLVANIA Phone 938 Funeral Home Service Without Additional Cost ' i' P889 FOTW-SGVBD - A BLUE BALL DINER on Route 23 BLUE BALL - PENNSYLVANIA Sam. Zimmerman, Prop. "We aim to please" A. J. RODGERS Dealer in GENERAL MERCHANDISE Highest Cash Prices Paid for Eggs Compliments of RUBINSO'N'S DEPT. STORE "The Ruby Store" CLOTHING - SHOES - FURNISHINGS Dry Goods and Notions NEW HOLLAND - J- PENNSYLVANIA BEN FRANKLIN STORES 5c, 10c, 25c Ito 51.00 148 East Main Street NEW HOLLAND -:- PENNSYLVANIA Compliments of ENTEIRPRISE TELEPHONE COMPANY NEW HOLLAND -:- PENNSYLVANIA Compliments of GOODVILILE DUCO SHOP FENDER AND BODY WORK AUTO REFINISHING George C. Witman, Prop. GOODVILLE -:- PENNSYLVANIA Compliments of WM. S. STROMAN HARDWARE GOODVILLE - J- PENNSYLVANIA Compliments of S. M. WENGER Sz SONS LEACOCK, PENNSYLVANIA F L 0 R I S T S "Say It With Flowers" Compliments of MARTIN HOFFMAN QUALITY SHOES AND SHOE REPAIRIING South Railroad Ave. NEW HOLLAND -:- PENNSYLVANIA Compliments of VANITY FAIR STOCKING COMPANY NEW HOLLAND -1- PENNSYLVANIA - Page FOITY-eight , '- S 5 1 55 E 5 E W 2 i Q F i 5 2 E 2 5 3 l 5 s Q 5 5 5 E s 2 , 1 3 5 3 5 2 s I 5 E R E E f 3 5 5 s 5 E i 1 E E 5 a i 3 3 s Z 3 2 Y 3 , 5 S 2 'EHf2 MHk'WWLYQQ XL 255115 A 12 LVM? ASLI


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