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

 - Class of 1939

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Her uniform in the senior play looked natural enough, you see. for Eve holds a job as waitress at a local restaurant. Shu-'s now trying to learn how tircarry six plates on one arm, and four glasses in the other hand! She's our forward flash on the varsity-characterized by her enormous dribbles. Don't forget to teach those same dribbles to your physical education pupils-to-be. Eve! Then they'll "get places" in the gaine too! MARGARET REBECCA FARRER "Bccky" . . . Oops, pardon it, a typographical error- "Pcpg" is one of the smaller members of the class for should we say "smallest?"l Qn January 30, 1920, Blue Ball noticed an added noise, and sure enough, it was little Margaret. Wishing: to try that voice in new surroundings, she came to New Holland. We certainly monopolized it at basketball games. With the samc voice she directed students the right way on patrol for four years, she sang in Glee Club the same number, and in three operettas. And don't forget the senior play. Ilow could she have scolded her little sister "Lois" if she didn't have that voice! Pee and her well-known "miracle shots" helped the girls varsity this year. A freshman class officer, a senior candy committee member were Fai-rei-'s extra-curriculars, She's an eflicient, neat ohice worker-she can even read her eu-11 shorthand! ILARD ROY GEHMAN He is the boy with the unusual name, possessing unusual quietness. lioin February T, 15121, on a farm not far from New Holland, llard decided it wasn't such a bad place- for he's still living there. He has taken Glee Club and Shop in thc past year. As to sports, he thinks, and well he may, that he gets enough exercise swinging a hay fork, or plowing, or milking cows. That's developing an art all your own. They say "participate in sports, and be taught sportsman- ship." Yes, that docs help, but we can take lessons from llard, and learn by example! He has also taught us to plan and think out our problems. rather than giving: up so soon. 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And that date makes her the youngest girl in the class, too! ller prize possession is "Junior"-her' Kodak. As one of the yearbook photoi.5raphe1's, "Juny" was never left hungry for a film. Hottie claims she's going to "pass outu this summer, due to "lack of activities," Herr-'s what shes been doing: Un the second honor roll consecutively for two years, president of Quill and Scroll: a member oi' the Girls' Varsity Basketball team for two years and Honorary Captain in her senior year: patrol. four yearsg senior play: runner- up for championship two years in tennis, edit.rr-in-chief of Town Clock News. "Mottie" is the poet of our class . . . and rhiel' tomboyf Hobbies? Her "shop" . . , a "retreat" she calls it, where she hammers and saws to her heart's contentg and she loves to speak and write French. Ambition? To learn more! Mottie knows-"it's the only kind of an ambition to have!" CHARLES HESS Our 92-pound "Hessy"-one would never realize that he is seventeen, but it's true. Herc's proof'-he was born on April 19, 1921. This "Better Buy a Buick" man was born in New Holland, living on a farm for six years. llis extra- curricular interests lean toward the business side. In the senior play activity, Hessy was in full swim: as property manager. There would be xi demand for potatoes, baked beans, or curtains, or even a stepladder-and Charlie corralled 'em for us as soon as we mentioned our wishes. Ur his ex- cellent chauffeur ability. He picks out a Buick, and is all set to drive the boys land girls! varsity basketballers to away-from-home games. Glee Club, year book staff, and class treasurer in our junior and senior years has added to his business abilities. Although we can't imagine Hessy loaded down with a heavy Winchester rifle fthe gun would be bigger than he isl 01' him staggering: home with an immense string of hsh, Charles insists hunting' and Fishing are his hobbies. Our slogan, Hessy, is "Seeing is believing!" CHARLES N. IRONS Horn January 24. 1922, Charlie is a friend of sports, In winter time, he retrieves, from mothballs or somewhere, his gracefulness, and goes ice-skating. He bought new skates this past winter, the kind with saws in the tips of the blades. These enable the skater to dig his toes into the ice to gain speed, etc. We understand, they worked perfectly for "Sid." They dug into the ice so efficiently, he couldn't lift his feet. 1After he picked himself up, he tried more rhythm . . . or somethin'!J But basketball calls the loudest to that muscular form of his. In this sport, he had a special knack of attracting the speeding ball to his glasses' guard. N0 casualties, how- ever. He's mastered a beautiful smash for his tennis serve, and uses it on the tennis team. He is circulation manager of Town Clock News. "Sid" tells us he likes "anything but hot mush!" 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Quite' :iii zlclx'zx1it'v1m-lit! l'lwi'y :lay , , . uh if lwlliiilig vviiiv yrsttiigixtwi' :tcitws tht- slim-t. lilwllt-t'l1iii,1 him tmm all rlztiigvi, llirit tim HtlX'2lllt't' with ax hzislwlliztll zmtl lmsttlizill, tml. llt playa-tl mn-. :mtl tht-ii wi: tlivx'ul'sit5',:ii1fl livlpvti tht- .I-Yvw ' 'lf fl2U'll'1l. lll lllff Jllllltbl' yt-ax. llick turm-tl rlvlmtt-l', whtlt thu yvzn' ht' win thi- pmiiipu-i' for our sm-Him' play. lln is -rm-il :iii tht- t'4llltll'12ll stall ul tht- yvill' limili, tml, limi: July 35. Itlil Dick has livt-cl in Nt-W llullztntl :xii hix lift-. Sttitljiiiig' ix at htuhhy with him. just as sl1trl'tr-,Slillllp ttwllt'L'lII1g'2lllll uirplziiit- nitvtlt-tiiip. llicli is lift:-Ii tlititigght til' us ln-iiipgqtiin-l.lzt1l wlwxi hm- gvh Xtartt-tl, hv ix wturst- than ull tht- htmyf put togtftlu-l', and haw xiiti iititicvtl huw tiI'tt-ii ht- ii mi thut lmiitwx' will llnwt'vm-r, tht- 1t'lvtri-it-ivvliiwx:mil IlllllilllYx'lll'll2litlIhlll2lXL'llllll1l2'll5t'lltrUl l lift- will aiiiw-lx' vziirx' him nn iii his t'iitui'v vt-uiw l':n-.- I tturtif. n 1 YAY .ne e , 1 BARTON MARTIN Born in Goodville, on .luly 14, 12321, "Hart" made up his mind that he might as well come to New Holland High. too. He did. and what a problem he was to the teachers! What? Oh. they continually kept calling: him "Martin Rarton' or "Martin Martin" or something. After innumerable eorreca tions on Barts part, they finally learned. This lad has the queerest hobby. He just loves to navi- trate a tractor, Luckily, he can meet his wish. since he lives on a farm. But there are other "implements,!' too, that ha- ean drive. The little Ford milk-can truck. for gi rough ex- ample ivery roughl. A more smooth one-the liuiek! He certainly drives it. He sings in Glee Club, and one can often see llart showing the educational films to the classes. One habit of his-'he talks quite fast when hi-'s excited, as fast as he drives the lluiek! ESTIIER ARLENE MASER Ah, "Moser," the New Year's baby! She disturbed the quietness of a certain New Holland farm on January Il, 1921. And her voice still plays an important part in her activi- ties. What would our boys' basketball team do without Moser's cheering' them from the stands? And what would glee club Qthree years! have done without her? llonlt forget the two years in operetta, either. Towards the end of the year, Moser and varsity basket- ball got along just fine together--she played guard position. We admire her truthfulness, too. One game, someone knocked the ball out of bounds. The referee was sliprhtly puzzled. she didn't know exactly which girl knocked it out. Moser aided her, breaking' the silence with: "I did it!" And so New Holland lost the ball. Moser's blush is as conspicuous as her yell! The Usaleswoman talent" crops out every now and then in Moser, especially at basketball frames with the senior candy boxes. No wonder we sold a lot of candy! HARRY MATTIS "Mike," that bashful, quiet boy, still lives in Churehtown, his birthplace of September 18, 1921. In spite of his height, Harry's really growing upwhek 17 now. In his "dear ole school days," Mike participated in the Christmas and Easter pageants. As recreation, he loved thc baseball games the 'tlittle red schoolhouse" had organized. His blue eyes match his soft, muflicd voice-and, because of that quiet voice, we can't understand why he can't shoot the deer when he shadows them. It certainly isn't due to noise! Fishing, trapping and hunting are Mike's hobbies-we don't doubt they always will be, too, until he catches a fish! But he is used to teasing by this time, and he let's everyone get away with it-showing us the good sport that he is! , Page Fifteen P1 1 1l11ll1'I1l'1' X1-11.315 W1- 111-111-11 "1I1111'C' 111-11111 1111151 111-. 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We used to be given words called big: "fifth grade wordsf' Well. Reser expressed herself in "eighth grade words I" And ever since we can remember, she has been drawing: ladies, and dresses, and hats, and shoes! Even a few land- scapes or just intricate designs. From those first grade simple lines, she has developed a real artistic talent. She stunned the teachers in the process, though Rest-r would draw while discussion was going Ong so, as if all wrapp.d up in the fur cape she was drawing, the teaeher's voiri- woulfi spring to her ears, t'Esther Reser?" And to their stunned surprise, she'd recite the answer as quick as a llashgshe couldn't be caught! So Reser has taken art every year, and we hope sht-'ll get to use it as a commercial artist. A studious girl, an honor roll name, a girl who isn't afraid to express her own opinions . . . that's "Esther Beatrice Ri-ser." CHARLES RICKARD Since the senior play, when he was father and policeman, Rickard has been "Poppa" to his associates. The truth is, he's one of the youngest boys in the class. This "six foot two brain trust" is the capable and worrying editor-in-chief of the yearbook. and president of the home room. "Charlie" joined us at New Holland in our Junior year and since then has been continually carrying a heavy schedule, mostly sciences and mathematics. Even so he doesn't let his schedule get him down, he's the "perfect report card" type. Charlie was born near Cairo, Nebraska, May -1, 1922-so, most naturally believes in the saying, "Go West, young' man, go West." He "goes home" instead-with two armfuls of books. tHe should have a traileizl He plays a1'ound photography and ping pong, and is handy with a rifle. Here's hoping: you hit what you're aiming for, Charles. CLAIR ROLLMAN A natural-born artist iborn, by the way, June 10, 1921p, Clair's ability was made very useful in our year book. The front page is one of his creations, he worked on the ar- rangement of pictures, and at anything with the slightest phase of art connected with it. He has feed greedily on art here at New Hollandg he didn't get enough at Western School, he claims. Clair's thick, wavy hair, and handsomely-shaped nose, certainly make him look like the artist that he is. Whenever he hands in a homework paper, or an examination, he never fails to print in a very fancy way, the name of the subject and his name. Two years of that fast-moving game of tennis has occu- pied Clair. Only it isn't fast-moving anymore if it is up to him. He is the best player we've seen that can go so slowly over the court, and still win. What does he enjoy doing most? Playing the banjo! Pane Seventeen li.X'l'llI,l-IIQX S'l'Al'l-'I"lCli lin-1. ik lwluzny 113. 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A Churehtown lass, born January 17, 1921, l'Mit" is ab- solutely the quietest girl we have ever seen llwlthel' l'lCal'dlJ. Maybe it's because she is the A-1 lady type liar from a "tom-b:vy"J very feminine, and extremely shy. Hut those excellent ehziracteristics don'1 eramp her cheers at the basketball games. Not on your life! And, although she isn't on the varsity basketball squad, she can play. Mit learned 'thow to be a housekeeper" in one year of Home Economies, Two years, with a brush in her hand, she took art, while for all four years she sane' in music groups, As hobbies, Mit prefers reading, hui she .inioys hiking. too. She loves the Churchtown 'thikahlm-" valleys-there she can try out her camera. Every noon we see Mit hard at w ark selling' candy. just as she did at our Farmers Day stand. Sha-'s a hard worker and deserves all she works for, JAY WEBER The name "Weber" brings a tall, husky lad into our vision. Then, from the corner of our eye, we can see that basketball haircut of his. We believe he has less trouble combing his hair than any other boy in the class! "Web" has participated in every sport and in glee club from four to five years. An asset to our varsity basketball, he uses his brain and brawn land eomt'ortahle haircutll to good results. Web's baseball ability is next in line, then woodworking, track, and tennis. He spent his summers in doing' outside jobs to develop his muscles. Ht-'s a swell high- jumper-and you should see him in the shot put! He takes the shot between his finger and thumb and plays marbles with it! At our farm show ice cream stand, Jay's voice was heard above all the others, helping in our work of raising' money for our educational tour. Maybe he acquired some of his tire from his birthday month-July 29, 1921. JOHN ROOP WENTZ When not in a French book, wondering why he can't learn the subjunctive mood lmaybe his birthday date, March 23, 1921, was just opposed to Frenchj he is bent over a drum. The one difference-he likes one and not the other. He just loves HJ to speak in French-he can't see himself, how his tongue manages to get untangled again from those French pronunciations. Have courage, John, you still have English. His one year of gflee club, and band, and three years of orchestra, rather tip us off to the fact that he's musical rather than inclined toward sports. The part of the "soda- clez-k" in the senior play, wasn't hard for John-he's an ex- perienced "soda-jerker" from 'way back. The Leoninus starl' captured a little more of his spare time. 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Grandpa Sherman ..................,................. Lynne Dryden-a girl friend .........,,...,,,,....... ........ Vincent Berger-a boy friend .............,............................., Evangeline "Vangie" Ross-the hired girl .,.............................. Arilla 'Temple-a nosey neighbor ..............................,,.............,....,.,.,,......... Prompter - Richard Kurtz Dircctress S Miss Ann Edwards Herbert Hayes, the rich cousin of the Shermans appears at the Sherman homo dressed ag 3 tramp. He is given work by Vangie, the hired girl, and Mrs. She1'man. When he fails to arrive as their cousin, he is suspected of robbing a payroll in Mr, Sherman's precinct. The interests of the family is now focused on this event. However, Lynne, Bernice, Ray, and Vincent Berger are more concerned with the mystery of the tramp. Arilla Temple, the neighborhood gossip, delights in the ex- citement, while Grandpa Sherman would rather sleep. The robbery is solved when Lois borroyvs hm- brothcr's camera, and accidentally takes a picture of the guilty party. The curtain falls on the group as Herbert consents to finance a garage for the Shermans, while the rest rejoice over the happy ending. Z. -f ,H--q,,,, 1 -- Pam- Twenty-one 7 - Y --- --- 7 --- V ' 1 PI 1 Senior Inieresis L4 ,4 I 1.1. 1.1 ,, M Senior Inierests "' - Parte Twenty-th ree 1, T -, i 9 , ,gf -H Autobiography of the Class of ,39 YQTB As fri-shmcn, our group timidly wandcrcd in and out, to and from our classcs, tinding our way through thc grcat muititudi- of uppcrclassmcn in thi' full of 19215. Our class was composcd of tiftyom- ini-nilicrs, and was diridcd into two scctions, supcrvisod by Miss Caldwell and Mr. Dissinfcr. Rohvrt Young, a in-w stndi-nt, was clvctcd ircsidcnt, with Mar- . ls l garct Farrcr as trcasnrcr and Dottic Yost, sccrctary. A dog'g'ic roast at 0vc1'ly's Grove was thc solo function. wc hikcd to and from thc Ltrovv, with thc two class advisors as chaps-roncs. With our numbcr dwindling' to thirty-scvvn wt- coutinucd our climb thc ncxt fall as Sopho- morcs. Thc class leader was Robert Young, with M r. Furlong as faculty advisor. Skating: partics and a doggic roast wt-ro thc social cvcnts during thc ycar. A stcp highcr and wc rt-achcd our next to last ycar. Our .lunior class was incrcascd by two and di-croased by thc samc HUIlliH'l'. Mr. Furlong is as our class advisor. The bcgzinning of cooperation was visiblc during: this ycar. A stand was conducivd during' thc Farm Show and toward thc lattcr part of thc ycar, we arramrcd thc Junior-Scnior Hanquct. This was a hig' rcsponsibility, tacklvd and downcd with succcss. As a farowcll to otll' .Junior yi-ar. wi- gatlicrcd for a picnic in l,ong"s Park. Although it rain- vd soon afti-r we got thcrc, thc cats wi-i'u good ami the cars dry. On rcturning for our last ycar wo found somc familiar faccs missing: Thi-sc includcd Ruth Saudcr, Donald Spanglcr, and Marprarct Uli'ich. To till in two of thi-sc placcs, Doris Knausz from Wcst Cl1t'!4tl'l', and Evclyn Dunlap from Lt-ola cntcrm-il our midst. Wc had our stands at thc Farm Show again this ycai and profitcd through thcir existcncc. On Uctobcr LIT, thc class i-njoycil a Hallowcl-n party at Vlitfoid 0vcrly's barn. Gamcs, cats, di-corations, and music wcnt with thc cvcning's fun and mcrry-nialiingg. Nl0V0lI1b0l' ITth, wc prcsvntcd to a packs-d auditorium our play, "Don't Look Now." ln thi- middlc of the tcrm, we sponsored thc Catholic High School vs. Now Holland High School basketball grams- for our thi1'd class function and mcans of add- ing' mont-y to our trcasury for our s-ducational tour. Thi- procccds cami- up and ovcr thc lmflgvt vsti- lnatc that was calculatcd for thc function. Aftcr Christmas wc scloctcd our motto, class colors. pi-nnants. hats. and cmblcms. Our motto is: "Tin Timhvr Lics Iiefof-1' lk, lm! Vs liuililf' Thc class colors arc bluc and gray. Thi- pi-nnanns, caps. and cmlmlcms wcrc dcsigncd in tht-sc two colors. Tho Junior-Si-nior Hanquct was lu-ld March IT, with onrsclvcs as thc Juniors' gui-sts, With Dr. Noss as spcakcr, cats, dancing, tatwlt- tcnnis, badminton. l'him-sc chcclu-rs. und shuthc board, wi- 1-njoyvd and alipiw-ciatcd thc Juniors' ctforts in making thc affair a succcss. It was customary hcrctoforc to go to Wasliington on thc Scnior Educational Tour, but this ycai wc votcd to go to thc Ncw York World's Fair on May ISI and LEU. As wc pickcd our invitations and had our individual picturcs talicn for thc yn-ar book, wc fclt our last high school ya-ar sinking' fast. Wi- saw oursclvcs taking' that trip to Now York, taking- our finals, and tlicn 1,fraduatim,: May 29. YW: as a class, hopc our iiniwcssions haw- hu-n good. Vfo have 4-prod as haw- otlu-I-5 gum- bcforc us, a human charactcristir, Our good ooiuIS, Wa- hopc, in thc opinions ot' rcadcrs and fricnds haw- ovcrsliadowcd thosc faults. Y :, , Pact- 'l'wvnix -Your 4 l - HA i .L- Y'f, in I X ,. Class Will The last will and testament of the Class of 1939, New Holland High School, made in the Year of our Lord, one thousand nine hundred and thirty-nine: In the name of the higher powers: We, the Class of 1939, of New Holland High School, of the age of twelve years, and being of sound and disposing mind and memory, do hereby make, publish and declare this our last will and testament, in manner following, that is to say: ARTICLE I-To the Class of 1940, we hereby bestow our sport, merriment, scholastic standing, laughs, and coordination. With the unanimous agreement of the present senior class, we leave you our physics experiments, trigonometry angles, French irregular verbs, and English exams. ARTICLE II-To the underclassmen, we hereby give and devise our leadership, originality, and teacher-student cooperation. To the on-coming seventh grade, we bestow our twelve years' experience in the handling of our subjects. ARTICLE III-To the following, we leave these personal characteristics: Helen Boyer's feminine giggle to Richard Ziemer. Roy Brubaker's scholastic average to "First come, first serve. Grace Cooper's abundance of hair to John Storb. Evelyn Dunlap's basketball shots to Dorothy Stone. Margaret Farr-cr's daydreams to S. Allen Shirk. Ilard Gehman's quietness to Tom Groff. Luther Gehman's geometry knowledge to Paul Hawk. Charles Good's "gift of gab" to La Verne Whitmer. Gerald Harsh's pitching arm to Robert Kessler. Martha Haverstick's leadership and originality to P. Allen Shirk. Charles Hess' practice as treasurer to Violet Sheaffer. Charles Irons' muscular form to Leroy Martin. Doris Knausz's reserved manner to Lois Martin. Joseph Kurtz's faltering speech to James Bachman. Richard Kurtz's patrol belt to "a tactful and worthy lieutenant." Barton Martin's "perpetual motion tongue" to Crissie Burkholder. Esther Maser's shorthand dictionary to Paul Maeredes. Harry Mattis' "treed" fishing tackle to Mr. Barthold. Robert Nelms' car-driving ability to George Witwer. Clifford Overly's height to Alta Russell. Harold Plank'5 managing ability to Charles Martin. Esther Reser's library interests to Raymond Sauder. Charles Rickard's studiousness to Louis Hoober. Clair Rollman's artistic ability to William Martin. Gertrude Swope's happy-go-lucky manner to Charles Martin. Kathleen Stauffer's typing speed to Daniel Overly. Stanley Tuck's wavy hair to Evers Whitmore. Mildred Weaver's mild tone of voice to Jeanne Bergey. Jay Weber's batting average to Skip Stauffer. John Wentz's knowledge of French to Doris Schippers. Robert Witmer's optimism to Velma Bowman. Richard Wright's tenor voice to Louis Bensinger. Dorothy Yost's literary ability to Bill Hall. In Witness Whereof-we have hereunto subscribed our name and set our seal this day of May, in the year of our Lord, one thousand nine hundred and thirty-nine. THE CLASS OF 1939 7, Page Twenty-five i ls x , Open House Scenes ' Vnyv 'Ikxu'nl5-xxx I woo owogx- mp. ARTS f I N Y ln ,, Open House Scenes HOUSE- 92' LAT! SAW-mo ARTS SKELETQN-SCIENCE DES!GN'H ARRow HEADS'SCIE L OME comiccw EC N05 -1 . SCIENCE tons omgfm Houses-Any : Pam- 'l'w4-my-mL'x's'l1 f 7 ,,1,: - mg-1 N VLH' f ff-My fu 4 P. I an ,Al - fAlIqy1'fw AJ ,Al we Unclerclassmen Efevenlh Grade CRoom ID . , . .Xnlxwx - - Me. 1 hzxrln-N lx. I'ul'l4w11: Q- kimsw-.1--gn-umrnb-rv Efevenih Grade fRoom 65 4'U,1IIll.X'Iz'lJ w1.Ans.w Ul1'I"lr'l'.'l.'S lx'vw.m1a H1 - - - Iflulalx lizm' fhixwwu' Cl'vY2H'j - 1 Y . 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Phono: 12210-R-21, Terrc Ilxll lux. l10I11IIlII1I1'IIIS ul' TIIIC FARMERS NATIONAL HANK AND 'l'Rl7S'l' I'0MI'ANY OI" NEW IIUIIAXI3 I' 1'ff 1l'f'I'ff' I'ROIlUI"I'S IJist1'ib11tm's of School Supplies and Iflquipmm-nl IRA P. ROMRERGER Ulwstllut Sl.. at Eighth II.-xRRIsm'luz I'r1NNss'1,v,xNI.-I Plmxln-: New Holland 949 MEYER ZAUSNER .Ilan1lf11r'l14f'e'r l:4'L1'L'IIIf4l'1'8ll'lf'hUl'S1' - Pimim-nto - Rvlish Colxllmillzxtimm l'rvam Chvesv Vottagv Cha-csv and thx- Bs-st uf Button' Yum rhuivr' ul' murrlmnzlisf' ulfrzlinllblz' ul Ihr' Frn'fw-y C. E. SENSENIG IQICNICIQAI. MICIIFIIANINISPI limes ,mn Puumm' I!1.m: ILu,1. P1-:NNsv1.v,xNI.-x I'l,ASS OF 1939 . . . You lmzw' 1'm'm'rl Ihr t'lIHfIfIl'7ll'!' null f'4's1n'z'f of flu Vlllllllllllllffl Ulmfrgflr your svluml ulrzys. .Huy yffmr r'f4f1n'w m'Vim1.e llvrrmrff ffm! 4'mIff1l1'1l1'4' um! 1'1'Slf1'rf In fnlloll' Jim' ilrmflyll lifv. 'l' lI IC W H I ll II 'l' IZ A Ii IC H Y num! lfurlylx l Complimcnts of BLUE BALL NATIONAL BANK Iil.Ux-1 BALL --' PENNSYLVANIA .JOHN N. SAUDER AUTO CO. CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE SAM-:s ANU Szznvlcu NEW HOLLAND, PA. MAN:-mlm, PA. UNION EMBLEM CO. PALM YRA, PENNSYLVANIA CLASS PENNANTS RINGS, PINS, COLLEGE JEWELRY AND INVITATIONS Dial 6415 lRopruscntcd by Paul H. Nissleyj Compliments of HART'S INN Thv llume of flze I"r1nwux Rout Even' BROWNSTOWN, PA. STYER SL EVANS REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE NEW HoLL.ANn, PA. RENNINGEIVS GROCERY 436 West Main St. NEW HULLAND -1- PENNSYLVANIA Open Evenings Phone: 754-R BASEBALL AND TENNIS SUPPLIES Gulf EQUIPMENT HA'l'HlN4i SUITS All Kinds of Srhrml EIIIIIIIIHCJLL N U E H L I N G ' S 847-849 Pm-nn St. READING, P 'J A. LAY- . , L W, W 1. 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