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

 - Class of 1951

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' 1:f..f:': -V., -ag av- . ., TG " .: .fm-Sita " H ,fi ' , ' ' 'ff-"ff: . T--3, 1 ' ' fljyw x f ':?'gZ: V :. .-fiyryjrfrkz lfvgegf. .V.. A. Mm: fi-. .5 yr. Q A, : ,Q . ,V-.-L.-555:-L . ,321 V1 4 . V xg ' Q. Q.V1" 'A .iff -mg' V-fE'WfV" afN - Y . i- 'F 'Q 37ih Vi- f- J 41-. 5 LEONINUS VOLUME I8 195i ily? xi-1 NEW HOLLAND HIGH SCHOOL NEW HOLLAND PENNSYLVANIA 1 .. 1' 0l'el,U0l' Once more an edition of the high school yearbook has rolled oft the press, and once more the publication, in its royal blue and white covers, bears, for the eighteenth year the title, "Leoninus". Permit us to explain the traditions which have been willed to this edition by former yearbook staffs. Because the "king of beasts", the lion, is the crown- ing symbol of our school seal, the term "Leoninus", derived from the Latin word, Leo, has been adopted as the name of the school yearbook. As a result, the title "Leoninus" ap- pears on the yearbook covers, the colors of which are de- pendent upon the class colors. Our objective in preparing this 1951 edition of the "Leoninus" has been to record on paper a summary of the more important elements of our school career. To go be- yond a summary would be unnecessary, because even the most complete publication would not be able to capture those elements of our secondary education which will re- main with us long after we have "gone forth in this world to show our school what we can do". Since the first yearbook was published in 1934, these books have served their readers in numerous ways . . . they have become a source of reference and information about graduating classes, and they have acted as a bridge to span the brink which separates the public from the school. How- ever, it is our desire that this 1951 "Leoninus" act as a last contact with our Alma Mater and in so doing, bind the members of the class of 1951 together in eternal brother- hood. Though the class of 1951 will be separated in body, this "Leoninus" will link them in spirit. -THE EDITORS -- : ---1, Page Two K I rioioiojoioicrioioia riniojtsjoieriojinioioiojxvjfnif 0:0 5, .-,:, i i ! ! l ! I i I i U ! ! ! ! ! ! 9:1014sie11his:jfrjerjoicsifoifriczixnicnivvifvicvimninjmvisniuixnicp14-ieniuja-iojnimniuinioioiq 36464 O! Confenfa Title Page .... Foreword ...... Ded1cat1on ................... Board of Education Faculty .................. School Start ........ Leoninus Starts ........ Seniors . ........ ..... Class History ...... Senior Play .......... School Calendar ...... Underclassmen ........ Alma Mater .............. .... FW? Bti! Sports ................................... Extra-Curricular Activities . ..... Parent-Teacher Association ........ ........ 1 . Patrons List ................................ Advertisements ..... Page 1 2 4 - 6 7 - 13 14 15 - 45 46 - 48 49 - 56 57 - 65 - 72 74 - 73 - uiuiuiuiuic 2 n11-int: 1141011101 1 1 1 is 101011-Quia if Pg Th :xc-14-ifwiozrvzozuzuiozoxuxf-zozozozoxozaofo 'init rioioioibl vioxx 3 'I puioioiaujuioxuif ibeckcafion We, the members of the graduating class of 1951, consider it an honor to dedicate the eighteenth edition of the Leoninus to two of the most sincere, hard-working, and sympathetic ad- visors we have known in our high school career. Mr. J. Ken- neth Herr and Mr. Robert G. Weaver, our class advisors for the past four years, have had the rare talent of foreseeing and cor- recting our difficulties and maladjustments in the light of making us better and more useful members of society. To Mr. Herr, advisor to the academic and general section of our class, we extend our heartfelt thanks for a splendid display of sincere leadership in all Fields of our school endeavor. He has truly been one whom we respect for his intelligent decisions concerning the proper guidance of students and the correct sup- ervision of our class activities. W Y f Page Four iff - 2 .-1.- ibeobca fion Mr. Robert G. Weaver, advisor to the commercial and home economics section of our class, has given us patient, democratic guidance in all our undertakings. His deep intellect and ex- cellent sense of humor will always be remembered. By thought- ful leadership he has aided in developing our individual talents to the greatest extent. Yes, to Mr. Herr and Mr. Weaver, we dedicate this pub- lication in the hope of recapturing some of the countless happy moments we, the members of the Class of 1951, have spent with them. We shall always remember these two sincere men whom we, as a class, consider our closest friends. - Page Five W gourd O! glcfuca fion Mr- H- Ellfle Wright Mr. J. Maurice Smith Presldent Vice President Mr. Henry R. Fenninger T1'casul'c1' Dr. Wilson A. Fuust, Dr. John J. Sheaffer Page Six ,W W 44 E me jacuhy Mrs Alla Paul fK1ndergartenJ Mlllcrsvxllc btrtc Tculrcrs College Mrs Paul is one of thc new members of our teaching staff this Aftcr recervrn hcl training at Millersville State Teachers Col- lcgc, shc tlught for five years rn West Earl Township. Thcrcaftcr she conducted private kindergarten for live terms. bhc now has char gc of New Holland's first public school kindergarten. M155 Marla K. Bender fGrade 11 Miss Bender has started many energetic youngsters on their school careers among them twenty-six members of the present gradu- She has alwavs shown patience in aiding the pupils to adjust themselves to the school atmosphere. Miss Bender s many years of hard work are rewarded by the lact that one never forgets her skillful introduction to school life. Mr. fohn Ti Auld K Supervising Principalb West Virginia University Temple University Mr. Auld is a true friend of both teachers and students. During his live years at New Holland, he has drawn upon his many years of experience in the field of education to solve admin- istrative problems and to guide students toward the full development of their talents. - Mr. Auld has given generously of his spare time in improving our school and our community. Miss Wrginia M Hoffnzan fHigh School Principal! fSocial Studies.- Libraryl Temple University Penn State During the years which Miss Virginia M. Hoffman has served as a member of the faculty, she has encountered many rich experi- ences which now enable her' to face seemingly insurmountable prob- lems with the realism, patience, and understanding required of a teacher. In addition to her duties as libr'arian and high school principal, Miss Hoffman has served as advisor for the Leoninus during the past eighteen years, a task in itself, which demands the fine thoughts and helpful guidance which Miss Hoffman possesses. Miss Hof'fman's sincerity and excellent method of presenting knowledge have undoubtedly benefited all of her students. l Page Seven Mrs. Helene M Weaver 3' liirade l-23 Wyoming Seminary, Kingston Bloomsburg State Teachers College Mrs. Weaver has been teaching for over twenty years. After teaching for a while in a rural school, she began a private kinder- garten. She has an original talent for artwork, and she uses it to make her homeroom attractive for her pupils. Mrs. Wfeaver is an active member ol' the Business and Profession- al Women's Club, of New Holland. Mi.s.s Suic Zinzmernzan tlirade 25 " Millersville State Teachers College Reading is Miss ZlITllTlC1'1l121I1'S favorite pastime, although a great deal of her spare time IS spent doing civic work for the community organizations to which she belongs. gil,-mft Miss Zimmerman tries in every way to make her pupils find their studies interesting, and they all appreciate her sincere interest and helpfulness. 5 'luhfplmlf' sis-nnbunlli at A, Mr.S. Edna Ove fly llirade Jil sn 0- Millcrsville State 'l'eache1's College .. it 3 f' Mrs. Overly has been a member of the elementary school faculty V for several years. This year she taught third grade in the borough building. She has enjoyed teaching at this new location very much. "Association with youth keeps one young in spirit," says Mrs. Overly. She believes that the teaching profession affords a greater opportunity for one to keep abreast with the changing times. Mrs. Nancy Frey llirades 3-45 Millersville State 'l'eachers College lVlrs. Frey is a new teacher in our midst, as this is her lirst year at New llolland. She has charge of the combined third and fourth grade at the Borough Building. Giving her reason for teaching, she says, "I like children at that age level, and find there is never a dull moment." She enjoys studying piano and is organist and choir director in . 'Er her church. c.K --1, , Page Eight ,Y , Yi, A A -MAL' Miss Mary A. Harsh fG1'ade 41 Millersville State Teachers College As an elementary school instructor, Miss Mary A. Harsh has presented her pupils with an educational background that has served as a strong foundation for additional knowledge. Experience obtained through years of teaching, has enabled Miss Harsh to give practical instruction to her students. Through the tol- erant, patient efforts which Miss Harsh employs in guiding her classes, all of her students have certainly benefited from her teaching. Mrs. Anna S. Diller fGrade 51 Millersville State Teachers College Mrs. Anna Diller, our fifth grade teacher, claims she enjoys teaching that particular age group because those students are at a very interesting age. She believes that without departmental work, she can better keep in close contact with the problems of her pupils. Her hobbies include flower gardening, which she enjoys through- out the year. Mrs. Diller also enjoys water color and Pennsylvania Dutch painting. - 5 we jacuhy -5-i Mr. Sigurd Sandberg fGrade 5-GJ Muhlenberg College Kutztown State Teachers College Mr. Sundberg is a new addition to the elementary teaching staff. He loves to have fun, and he can frequently be seen participat- ing in games with his students. His cordial manner has won him the respect of all his pupils. Miss Hefen B. Fcnninger fGrade 65 Millersville State Teachers College Miss Fenninger will long be remembered by many students as one of their favorite teachers. She has faithfully taught the sixth grade for many years. Before coming to New Holland, Miss Fenning- er taught at a rural school in Earl Township. In her spare time she enjoys fiowers .and artwork. Her favorite artistic subject is Pennsylvania Dutch designs. A" 44: "" ' 'iL7,:,iL, i.l. P3429 Nine 7fj:' ' A-' Bloomsburg' State Teachers College University of Paris, France Millersville State Teachers College championship basketball team. among students. Mr.s. Mirialrz S. Kncller illealth and Physical Educationb Nast Stl'UllllSlJLll'j1' State Teachers College "Now, let's get in there and win!" Yes, that's what the girls frequently hear Mrs. Kneller saying, as she has been the coach of the girls' basketball and hockey teams for the past two years. Mrs. Kneller also conducts all girls' physical education classes. Mi.vs Vivian Miller tllonie licomonics Departmenth Allbrig'lit t'olle,u'e Much ol' Miss Miller's time is spent in teaching girls how to cook and sew, as she is our home economics supervisor. She also has charge of planning' the meals to be served in the school cafeteria. During: her three years with us, Miss Miller has contributed much to the school proe'ram. Page Ten g4,v. g,,,, as is we jacuhy 5 Mr. Roy W Brandau iCommercialJ Mr. Brandau, whose main interest is teaching, has served very capably as a faculty member for the past two years. His favorite sport is Fishing. During' the past summer he served as director of the Community Recreation Program. M1'. Brandau is always smartly dressed, and his pleasant, cour- teous manner has won him the admiration of everyone. Mr. Kenneth Herr flndustrial Artsb Mr. He1'r, homeroom advisor for Grade 12-A, is well-liked by all students. He is admired for his sincerity and cordiality. With his coaching, New Holland has developed more than one ln all that he does, Mr. Herr is truly considered a gentleman dm' X. "' nf!- Q!NN ' Miss Gloria Picrsol fArtJ Kutztown State Teachers College 'Miss Ifiersol. is a graduate of Kutztown State Teachers College, having majored in art while at that school. This is her third year in the teaching profession. Her iirst year was spent at Demer, Pennsylvania, and her second year at Ocean City, New Jersey. Although she has been with us only one year, her proficiency in art has been appreciated by all. Mr. Robert P. Simon fScienceJ Penn State Mr. Simon is a very busy faculty member. In addition to teach- ing' the natural sciences, he teaches algebra and has charge of the athletic managers, film staff, and science club. Outside of school, he takes a very active part in Boy Scout work. He serves as Scoutmaster of the local Troop. Mr. Simon has done much to improve our school during his years with us. Sf.. SIM, Mr. Richard Stockton Kliealth and Physical Educationj Temple University Mr. Stockton came to New Holl-and from Temple University this year, to teach boys' health and physical education. His main interests are dancing, swimming and diving, tumbling, and most other sports. Mr. Stockton heads the school patrol and coaches the Junior High basketball team. Mr. William K. Swackhamer 1MusicJ West Chester State Teachers College Mr. Swackhamer is New Holland High's talented music super- visor. A graduate of West Chester State Teachers College, he ma- jored in music. During: his three consecutive years with us, Mr. Swackhamer has shown to everyone a cordial manner and love of music. 51, Page Eleven --f-?71i"- f'o' i flffrs. Caroline L. Weber ll'Inj.rlish, History, Geographyj Dickinson llollcfre University of Pittsburgh Mrs. Weber is a very proficient English, history, and g'eog'raphy teacher in our junior high school. A graduate of Dickinson College and the University of Pitts- burgh, she is considered a very able faculty member. Her splendid achievements in guidance and instruction are a credit to her teaching' ability. Mi.ss Ruth A. Witnzan 'l'elnple University Lebanon Valley College Miss Witman is not a new faculty member to us, for she has been teaching: here for a number of years. In addition to teaching languages, she is faculty advisor to the A editorial staff of' our school newspaper. Miss Elizabeth M Troxcll lMathematicsj Gettysburg College Penn State Miss Troxell teaches mathematics in our high school, and she says math has always been her favorite subject. .As faculty advisor to the Student Council, Tri-Hi-Y, and Cheer- leading, she has proven to be a true friend to all the students. Her hobby is bowling, but she enjoys all sports. Miss Troxell can always be seen serving as scorekeeper at high school basket- ball games. Mr. Reber! G. WeaUL'r fEnglishl Duke University Harvard Unive1'sity Mr. Weaver is known for his excellent sense ol' humor both in and out of the classroom. He has done an excellent job of coaching' the Senior Plays which have been presented during his stay here. Mr. Weaver understands people. His English classes develop in students the ability to think for themselves. 5 gawk? he YY! fllanfruajresl All the students appreciate the many things she has done for our ,Q school. Page Twelve , W ,fig fgpin, pp ' A 4 - -' K , -n .. MRS. ANNA FRANKHOUSER MRS. FRANK' RITEAU Cafeteria Nurse M RS. LYDIA GRANT Cafeteria M R. CLARENCE WEAVER Custodian jim .Sllwof .SL Page Thirieen MR. JOHN H. MARTIN Secretary Leoninus Staffs. Wefwvb- EDITORIAL STAFF Back Row Qlcft to rightjz Lee Miller, Associate Editor, Wilson Foust, Editor, Miss Virginia Hotf- man, Advisor, Ted Sheaffer, Photographer. Seated: Dolores Boyer, Art Editor, Helen Hertzler, Faye Gunzenhauser, Mary Margaret Shontz, Shirley Kilhefner, Betty Jean Snyder, Virginia Jenkins, Shir- ley Burkhart. BUSINESS STAFF Back Row fleft to rightbz Raymond Zimmerman, Harry Shaub, Evan Good, Frank Ludwig, Arden Sheaffer, Linford Good, Ethel Martin, John Bair, Shirley Gordon, Earl Musser, Arthur Weaver, Shirley Fink, Harriet Ewell, Marian Snavely, Susan Weaver, Thelma Palmer, Shirley Ruoss, Connie Stone. Seated: Mr. Roy Brandau, Advisor, Ruth Collins, Peggy Keenan, Shirley Fletcher, Margaret Franke, Business Manager. - 'Aww' P3139 FOUNQQU Y '1 , i-iff' 1':i'i-A-,Li--4 KW A Q K k i 4' ' N G L90 ""'mv-'- I I , I x 1 XSPUTLI v gs-A , .c 42: H3-ww f 9: s 4 H T fLf95.5 Of f fr. xy K" X wx 4 5 I , I wh ,X ,p IN Irv ff Sub NI X .-5 ' Rf 79 IDX U. TVI 5 L 1 xf lf 'SVI ! NWI" ' iqflllfll 1 ' fi if f AWVA if A A ZQA .,A iw E Q!! A AV"w "M" - ffl: C N Wifi, 1 I . W ' 'x if Z wf1'NAfE Aw V ,xg , ,M .HQ fX5JrfiH 'fXRQi D 21 FJ M OTTOZ ,A N 'Nll'1i L ljxy3 Cmxx mwaw LLAY1 F'in5MrV KYQI' MQ? R ii we .Simian Ti-T Ray Donald Bair fohn Robert Bair April 7, 1933 "johnny" Leoninus Business Staff C435 Baseball il,2,3,43g Basketball i3,43p Soccer C43. "johnny is East Earl's contribution to our class. This fair lad has made many friends during his years with us. His jovial manner, constant readiness to aid others, and endless vigor have contributed to his popularity with all his associates. Many of lohn's spare hours are spent playing baseball or basketball. He has been a valuable pitcher on the high school varsity baseball team for the past four years. ln the evening after school he can frequently be seen do- ing his share of the chores on the family farm. Iohn's post-graduation plans are indefinite at present, but he might possibly enter the armed forces. February 26 l933 HRGYH Basketball i1,3,43: Tennis i2,3,43p Class Vice President C337 T. C. N. Editorial Staff i23. See that fellow passing everyone else on the outside of the skating rink? That's Ray enjoying his favorite pastime . . . roll- er skating. Ray is one of the twenty-six Seniors who have been with us all twelve years of our school career. Althought he is a good student in all his studies, English is his favorite school subject. He has taken an active part in many phases of the school activities program. Working after school at Trimmer's Store gives Hay little spare time. However, he usually manages to make provision in his busy schedule for sports, his favorites being swimming, tennis, and roller skating. Although he has not yet made definite plans, Ray would like to attend a barber school following graduation. -1,35 1,,, ,4 .,i-. PBQS Seventeen 35. Dolores Audrey Boyer Lee Harsh Baxter February 20, 1934 "Lee" Salisbury: Class Treasurer Cllr Baseball Cl,2,3l: Band C1,2,3l5 Senior Chorus C331 Senior Play C3l. New Holland: Band C4l. Lee joined our class in his twelfth year, having been one of the members who came from Salisbury. His love of fun and good humor has made him well-liked during his year with us. He is a great lover ot sports, especially baseball. During his three years at Salisbury, he was pitcher on the baseball team. For the past four years Lee has been a member of the school band. Lee's plans for the future are uncertain, but we feel sure that nothing but the best is in store for such a grand fellow. ' we .SZl'li0l'5 August 24, 1933 "Dolores" Manager, Hockey and Basketball C2,3,4lg Senior Play Cast C417 Leoninus Editorial Staff C451 Band Cl,2,3,4l: Leoninus Art Editor C4l. "I won't! I won'tl l Won'tl" Do you recall who shouted those words in the Senior Play? Yes, it was Dolores doing an expert portrayal of little "Gracie". Dolores is rather interested in the field of art. Music also captures the fancy of this charming little gal. She was featured as a soprano soloist in last year's Christmas Carol Service, and she has been a member of the Band for the past four years. She has served for three years as manager of the girls' hockey team and the girls' basketball team. To become an elementary school teacher is Dolores' ambi- tion. In order to realize this goal she intends to enter West Chester State Teachers College after graduation. -- - - -eff - 1- Page Eighteen Shirley Burkhart December 30, 1933 "Pinky" Senior Chorus tl,2,3,45g Basketball C3,45: Patrol 43,455 Leoninus Editorial Staff C45. Shirley has been with us for four years, having come to New Holland from Center School, where she received the first eight years of her education. Hear that laughter? lt's "Pinky". This blonde is known for her cheerful disposition. When not in school, she can often be seen at "Shep's" Restaurant where she works as a waitress. As evidence of her musical ability, Shirley has been a member of the Senior Chorus throughout her high school days. Concerning the future, her plans are indefinite. we .SZILLOFJ Ruth Elizabeth Collins May 28, 1931 "Ruthie" Patrol Cl,2,3,45y Basketball Cl,3,45: T.C.N. Busi- ness Staff t3,45p Band fl,25g Hockey C3,45: Leoni- nus Business Staff C455 Tri-I-li-Y C45. This tall brunette is one of our major contributions to girls' sports. "Ruthie" always exhibits vim and vigor as she aids the hockey or basketball team in scoring another victory. She has always been an industrious student and a popular classmate. Bowling is one of the several hobbies she pursues. ln- deed she usually tallies a fairly high score in this sport. "Ruthie" enjoys the many happy hours spent with her pals. Although she has many aspirations for the future, she has , not decided upon a definite vocation. ----4,-We YW, W, K. - fff' -- - -----.-.-.T-.. Page Nineteen f- ----f-k-+---:r---:aa -- Kitty Ann DeHaUen November 13, 1933 "Kitty" Salisbury: Senior Play C375 Senior Chorus Cl,27. "Kitty" is a " '5ler" from Salisbury, having become part of our group in the twelfth grade. This quiet lass enjoys reading novels as a pastime. Also, since she has taken piano lessons for nearly five years, she is a rather accomplished pianist. A commercial student, "Kitty" considers bookkeeping her favorite subject. At Salisbury, she was active in the Senior Play and the Senior Chorus. Following graduation, she would like to attend college in order to get an office job in later years. We wish you, "Kitty", a very happy future. y We as jim .SZ'lli0l'J if Charlotte fune De Vere April 9, 1933 "Charlotte" Basketball C377 Hockey Cl,Z,3,477 Cheerleading C2,3,47g Class Secretary C471 Christmas Solo C475 Band Cl,2,3,47g Student Council C37. Charlotte is gifted with talent, poise, and a pleasant person- ality. She joined our class in the third grade from Detroit, Michigan. This girl is very active in many phases of school life. She has contributed much time and effort to the hockey and girls' basketball teams. She has displayed her musical talent by playing the clarinet and the piano. Charlotte sang the Christmas solo in last year's carol service. If you visit the basketball games you will see her leading the cheers for the "Huskies". After graduation, Charlotte would like to become a nurse. Having already had some experience in this field, she is better prepared for her training. ,,,.,. ,, Page Twenty Y , Y 7 , fig- -ff, Y - -3-- Barry Eugene Eitnier june l4, 1933 "Eitnier" Basketball Cl,2,3,4lp Soccer Cl,2,3,4Dg Film Staff ll,2,3,4l: Chef Club C41 Barry is one of the twenty-six students of our class who began his school days in Miss Bender's first grade. Having chosen basketball as his favorite sport he has play- ed that game throughout his high school career. He was on the junior High squad in ninth grade. The next two years found him playing on the junior varsity team. The varsity received this energetic guard during our senior year. "Eitnier" has also been a member of the Film Staff. When- ever movies are shown, he is behind the projector with a cap- able hand. entering the armed forces. Harriet Elizabeth Ewell August 30, l933 "Harriet" Senior Chorus Cl,3,4J: Basketball 43,435 Class Secretary C375 Patrol C3,4l: Leoninus Business Staff f4l. With a pencil in one hand and a notebook in the other, "Harriet" has acted as the secretary for the Senior class and the School Patrol in her junior and Senior years. Entering the Class of '51 from Blue Ball four years ago, this lass brought with her a package of personality, dependability and initiative all wrapped up, until recently, in a familiar dark blue 1946 Pontiac. ln the junior and Senior years, "Harriet" added to her in- terest in sports by playing on the girls' basketball team. "Har- riet" also enjoys the fine arts as shown from the fact that while a Freshman, junior and Senior, she was a member of the Senior Chorus. Although uncertain about her future, "Harriet" expressed the desire to act as a secretary for a business firm. We know that she will be an asset to any concern she serves. LL, i1-f -f'- 1' Page Twenty-one 'W Although his future plans are indefinite he is considering if we .szniom il l Shirley Grace Fink February 26, 1934 "Shirley" Senior Chorus tl,2,35g Senior Play Business Staff C455 Leoninus Business Staff 145. Shirley is well-liked by all who know her, and she is con- sidered a diligent student. She joined our group in ninth grade as a newcomer from Churchtown. In addition to her many activities, which include member- ship in the Senior Chorus, Shirley enjoys playing baseball, which is her favorite sport. She is calm and courteous at all times. These and other favorable characteristics are immense assets in all her en- deavors. After graduation Shirley would like to become a nurse. Her capabilities are many tor this humane occupation. We wish her continued happiness and prosperity. tdli jhe .Sanford if -i Shirley Ann Fletcher january 24, 1933 "Fletch" Patrol C455 Tri-Hi-Y C45. "Brighten the Corner Where You Are" seems to be "Fletch's" motto. No matter how complicated life becomes, Shirley is always ready with a cheerful remark. . Having entered New Holland High as a freshman from Beartown, she has spent tour years with us, constantly making new friends. Shirley's spare time is spent "just having fun". After graduation, "Fletch" plans to get a secretarial posi- tion in a business office. Her commercial training has ably pre- pared her tcr the business world. Regardless oi her chosen vocation, we are certain that Shirlty will always be as well-liked in later years as she has been while a member ot our class. Y Page Twenty-two ,Y --- -A Wrlson Arbogast Faust, fr. February 8, 1933 "Arby" Patrol ll,2,3,4Dy Student Council fl,2,3l7 Sports Manager C257 T.C.N. Editorial Staff C2,3,4l: Quill and Scroll 63,457 Leoninus Editorial Staff CLD: Patrol President C375 Patrol Captain C475 T.C.N. Editor l4lp Leoninus Editor fill: Quill and Scroll President CLD: Patrol Vice President fill. "Where is your T.C.N. article?" is one of "Arby's" most t uttered phrases. As editor-in-chief of the T.C.N., he has spent many laborious hours working on our school newspaper. His dependability, initiative, courteous manner, and coop- erativeness have won him many friends. As a member of the School Patrol, he has held various offices. lournalism predominates in "Arby's" future plans. He plans to attend college and major in that field. We know that his writing ability will assure him proper recognition in the news- paper world. We wish you, "Arby", a happy and prosperous future. :QAe - geniord Margaret Alice Franke August 16, 1933 "Marge" Patrol Cl,2,3,4ly Leoninus Business Staff UD: Senior Play Cast l47. "LaWd save us! Lawd save us!" Yes, that was "Marge" ably portraying "Begonia", the colored maid, in the Senior Play. Margaret joined us in our senior year from a New York City school. This lively lass has varied interests. She thoroughly en- joys singing, and is a member,of the soprano section of the Sen- ior Chorus. Her favorite sports are swimming and skating. "Marge" spends many spare hours listening to classical recorded music. Her future plans are uncertain, but Margaret will probably enter the business world after graduation. f +- Page Twenty-three 1 ---i---L - ----W in 1 me .S1'niorJ +l Lula foanne Gehman Scptonibcr 23 1933 "Lulu" Paul Edward Futer, fr. December 1, 1932 "Paul" T. C. N. Business Staff t2,3,4l. Paul has been a member of our class for almost eleven years, having joined us in the latter part of his second school year. He has proven to be a very capable person and he is al- ways ready to do anything asked of him. Paul is a rather active member of the Town Clock News Business Staff. He has been advertising manager of that puba lication for the past two years. His favorite pastimes are hunting and fishing. Nothing proves more enjoyable to him than a bountiful catch of game or a lucky day with rod and reel. Paul's plans for after graduation are indefinite but we know he will be an able and useful citizen, regardless of what occu- pation he chooses. Band tl,2,3l, Senior Chorus Cl,2,3l: Patrol tl,2, 3,415 Patrol Lieutenant C3,4l. "Where's your patrol armband?" Yes, that's Ioanne check- ing up on the patrol members. Having faithfully served this organization since ninth grade, she was appointed Corridor Lieutenant of the School Patrol this year. Music is one of loanne's main interests. She has been in the School Band and Senior Chorus for three years, and she has taken piano lessons since she was eight years old. This talent- ed lass was nominated to represent our school at both County Band and County Chorus in previous years. Typing is her favorite school subject and she intends to get a job after graduation in which she does office work. With your jovial personality and charming manner, Ioanne, you'll undoubtedly be happy and prosperous in any occupation you choose to follow. V Page Twentyvtour .L .1 - Betty fean Good' October 2 1933 "Betty" Hockey C125 Band fl 2,3l: Cheerleading CZJ. Lucy Marea Getz March 13, l932 "Genie" Patrol 647: Cafeteria f4l. Lucy joined our class four years ago as a freshman from Voganville. She enjoys good humor. ln fact, she is a jovial addition to any group. "Getzie" has made many friends while in our school. Because she is majoring in home economics, she will cer- tainly make an efficient housewife in future years. As part of her home economics training, Lucy frequently lends a hand at noon in the cafeteria. Her hobbies are knitting and reading. She enjoys these pastimes very much. "Getzie" aspires to become a beautician after graduation. We know she will be an industrious addition to that field of en- deavor. 1- we Sniora Zell I During her twelve years at New Holland High School, "Bet- 9 ty" has taken an active part in the school program. She took the college preparatory course until her senior year, when she decided to study typing and shorthand. "Betty" has been working in her spare time as a telephone operator for the Enterprise Telephone Company. After graduation, she is considering attending Lancaster Business College, in order to get a job in the business world. We know that "Betty's" cordial personality and cheerful disposition will be important assets in any occupation. ,WW , f. ffrflg f1i1.1f3 i Page Twenty-five - - Evan Good Good September 4, 1933 "Nubin" Baseball 43,435 Leoninus Business Staff 443. Evan joined our class in ninth grade. Every morning he drives to school from Fivepointville. His interests cover several different types of activities. Among sports, baseball and hunting are his favorites. He is also interested in science and chemistry. Being a member of the Science Club, he is able to- learn much more about the subject than he could otherwise. Although "Nubin" is one of the more reserved members of our class, he has proved himself a congenial and pleasing friend to all. Evan is not entirely certain of his post-graduation plans, but we know he will be a valuable addition to any vocation. l fjlze .Simian l Linford Clayton Good ' Iuly 4, 1932 "LYn" Soccer 43,435 Baseball 43,437 Leoninus Business Staff 443. "Lyn" came to our class in ninth grade from Bowmans- ville. This blond, stocky-built lad has chosen baseball his fav- orite sport. l-le has been on the high school team and during the past two summers has played for the Bowmansville Iunior League. "Lyn" also enjoys hunting and skating. He does a great deal of both ice-skating and roller-skating. Most of his spare time is spent working on his car, which he likes to keep in the best of condition. After graduation "Lyn" plans to work for his father, who has a trucking business. During the past winter he has been working at the Howard Iohnson's Restaurant, near Bowmans- ville. l-f Page Twenty-six --if 15 we .Sizniom Robert Lewis Gribble November 17 1933 HBObH Shirley Patricia Gordon April 14, if-533 "G0rd0n" Leoninus Business Staff C435 Senior Play Busi- ness Staff CLD. This academic student joined the Senior class four years ago when she began her high school education at New Hol- land. Each morning during the past four years, "Gordon" has walked two miles from her home near Churchtown, boarded a bus and rode the remaining distance to New Holland in order to attend classes. Shirley has taken an active part in many class and school functions during her high school career and this year she serv- ed on the business staffs of the Senior Play, and the Leoninus. Outside of school, "Gordon's" chief pastimes include reading and driving. Upon graduation, Shirley intends to continue her education and begin training at the Reading Hospital in order to become a nurse. Shirley, your classmates know you will be an asset to any profession you choose to undertake. Soccer Cl,2,3,4l, Basketball Cl,2,3,4l: Baseball ll,2,3,4l7 Sports Manager Cll. "Bob" is a school athlete having successfully performed his chores on the soccer, basketball, and baseball teams for the past four years. His good sense of humor has immeasurably lightened our day-to-day duties. A jovial personality has contributed much to his wide popularity among all his associates. "Bob's" cordial manner will aid him immensely throughout life in any occupation. Although his future Vocational plans are indefinite, "Bob" plans to move back to his home state of Tennessee following graduation. We Wish continued happiness to a swell fellow. -----' --ii Page Twenty-seven ---1' ag j7Ae .gzniom Helen Mae Hertzler May 16 1934 "Helen" Leoninus Editorial Staff 1415 Student Librarian 13,41. Faye Dolores Gunzenhauser Ianuary 19, 1934 "Gunzie" Senior Chorus 1l,2,315 Basketball 1215 Patrol 12, 3,415 T.C.N. Editorial Staff 13,415 Student Council Alternate 13,415 Lec ninus Editorial Staff 1415 Sen- ior Play Cast 141. Faye is one of our out-of-town commuters. She joined our class in its freshman year. During her four years with us, she has shown a jovial sense of humor and a cheerful personality. She made a hit as "Marilee", the girl with a "cunning baby talk", in the Senior Play. She may frequently be seen driving about town in a White Ford with her "gang", or back at "Shep's" Restaurant having a good time. Faye has nothing definite in mind for the future. She is considering college, or she might turn to marriage. We know that "Gunzie's" cheerful manner will guide her through any difficulties in whatever field of endeavor she chooses. Helen Joined our class as a freshman from Fetterville, and she was spent four pleasant years with us. Although this lassie is one of the quieter students, she won instant popularity with classmates and teachers. She is usually found in the library, for she has been our faithful librarian for two consecutive years. Reading books is one of Helen's favorite pastimes. A good novel always proves interesting to her. Her future will undoubtedly include a college education in the field of elementary teaching. With your pleasant manner and valuable faculty for mak- ing friends, Helen, we are wishing you all the luck in the world. 'VY y Y A V4 leiimwig Page Twenty-eight A - Harold Mann Hess May 31, 1933 "Bud" Chappaqua, New York: Senior Chorus 11,215 Class Treasurer 11,21 New Holland: T.C.N. Editorial Staff 13,415 Band 1413 Student Council 1417 Senior Chorus 13,41 Class Treasurer 13,41 Harold is one of the quieter members of our class. For the past two years he has been our very capable class treasurer. Also, few of us will forget his "fit" scene in the Senior Play, in which he played the part of "Bob". "Bud" has many interests. He began playing the saxo- phone last summer, and is already a member of the school band. He also possesses an excellent bass voice, which he puts to good use in the Senior Chorus. For eight years he has been very interested in weather forecasting. In fact, he is often consulted by his associates for weather predictions. After graduation he would like to study meteorology at Pennsylvania State College in order to become a professional weatherman. jay Marlin Hillaraf November 27, 1933 "lack" Soccer 13,41 "lack" came to New Holland as a freshman in 1947, after completing eight years of schooling at Greenbank. lf there is laughter in the classroom when everyone else is quiet, you can be sure it is lack just catching on to the latest joke. His favorite pastime is hunting . . . especially deer hunting. "lack" has shown his athletic ability by playing on the soccer team for the past two years. His main ambition is to be a carpenter. He is planning to enter Stevens Trade School next fall in order to take up this work. We certainly feel sure, "lack", that you will be of great service in that vocation. V Winn -2--V-W --1 Page Twenty-nine --W W we .szniom -ll fl jlze Seniora 'C Lillian Virginia jenkins March 5 1933 "Ginny" fames Warren Houck December 26, 1933 "lim" T.C.N. Editorial Staff fl,2l: Band Cl,2,3,41: Sen- ior Chorus fl,2,3,4l: Soccer Cl,2,41, Basketball Cl,3,4J. "lim" has been a faithful member of the Class of '51 ever since first grade. His jovial personality and sincere interest in others have won him many friends. Although his interests center mainly in the realm of sports, he is also very musically inclined. "lim" has proven his ath- letic ability in both basketball and soccer, having played on those squads for three years. He has also played a trombone in the school band and sung in the Senior Chorus during his entire high school career. After graduation "lim" plans to work in a local industry and then join the navy. We feel sure that he will prosper in any field he chooses. Senior Chorus Cl,2,3lp Leoninus Editorial Staff C417 Senior Play Business Staff C41 "Ginny", our red-haired miss, was an addition to our class from Lewistown, having joined us in fifth grade. She has shown her cooperativeness by always lending a helping hand to others. Whenever there is laughter, "Ginny" is quite possibly there, joining in the fun. She is popular with all her classmates. She considers her iob so enjoyable as to be her hobby. Yes, being a telephone operator may be rather exacting at times, but it's a lot of fun. After her school days are finished, her ambition is to be- come a long-distance telephone operator. Good luck, "Ginny"l -- , , Page Thirty ' -1 we .Stanford Shirley Anne Kilhefner Aprill 1933 "Shirl" T CN Editorial Staff Cl 2,3,4l: Hockey Cl,2,3,4l: Senior Play Cast C49 Leoninus Editorial Staff C4l Student Council C3 43: Quill and Scroll C3,4l, Patrol C3 47 Basketball C3,4l: T.C.N. Associate Shirl is one of our more popular, ambitious classmates. She takes advantage of the opportunities offered by the school by participating in all the activities she possibly can. She is very sports minded, having played on the girls' basketball and hockey teams As "Mrs. Agnes Martin" in our Sen or Play she displayed a considerable amount of dramatic She has worked on the Town Clock News Editorial Staff throughout her high school days, and in her senior year became Shirl has a cheerful personality which has contributed to her popularity with everyone she knows. She hasn't any defin- ite plans for the future but her decision concerning later years '- -1 Page Thirty-one Margaret Ann Keenan Apfii 4, 1933 "peg" Senior Chorus Cl,2,3,4ly Band Cl,2,3,4lg Patrol 223477 Basketball C3,4l: Leoninus Business Staff "Peg" became a member of the Class of '51 in the ninth grade. She is a native of Goodville, and her cheerful manner has won her many friends in New Holland High. She is truly one of the class musicians, being a capable pianist, and also a talented alto member of the Senior Chorus. Basketball is "Peg's" favorite sport. She played on the girls' basketball team for two years, and also enjoys attending all varsity games. Baseball also holds her interest. "Peggy" has served on the Corridor Patrol for two years. After graduation she intends to enter the business world as an office worker. With her ability, we know "Peg" will at- tain all her goals. C William Theodore Kurtz September 27, 1933 "Ted" Sports Manager ill: Band 12,371 Chef Club l4l. "Ted" started school in our Alma Mater in first grade, and he has been with us ever since. His favorite subject is industrial art. Whenever anyone is looking for this quiet lad, he can usually be found in the A school shop. He is especially interested in wood work. Roller skating is his favorite sport. He has been following this pastime for four years and enjoys it just as much as ever. Much of his spare time is spent at Rocky Springs Skating Rink. "Ted" has been a Boy Scout since his junior High School ing and camping. We wish him a very happy and prosperous future. we SHIOFJ folm Raymond Lahet july 16, 1933 "john" Band t1,2,3,4l Whenever you hear the school band playing a rousing march, you can be sure that john is providing the drum ac- companiment. He has been beating those drums for the past seven years and he devotes a planned amount of time each day to prac ticing. john joined our class in the eleventh grade from Kulpmont, Pennsylvania, and he has since then shown his many abilities. As a pastime, john enjoys hunting, but he also takes a great interest in chemistry and mathematics. His plans for after graduation are indefinite, but with his ability we feel john will do quite well in any occupation he ma choose. -+ Page Thirty-two ' days. The phases of scouting which interest him most are hik- ion to his classmates. will be an asset to your vocation Ethel Marlin Apfii 11, 1933 "Ethel" Leoninus Business Staff fill: Tri-Hi-Y C41: Cafe- teria 141. A native "Goodvi11ian", Ethel has contributed a cheerful note to our class, and she has shown herself to be an efficient commercial student. After spending her pre-high school days in Goodville, she joined us " '5l'ers" in grade nine, and in the ensuing years we have associated her character with the pleasant trait of sociable domesticity. During her senior year, in addition to other activities, she diligently performed her duties as a student helper on the school cafeteria staff. We feel certain that Ethel will be as favorable an asset to the business world as she has been to our school in the too brief span of years she has been a part of it. Y - Page Thirty-three r - Frank facob Ludwzg March 2, 1933 Frank Soccer 1415 Yearbook Business Staff C41 Five long years ago Frank made his first appearance in the halls of our Alma Mater, bringing with him a sense of humor which will long be remembered by the members of the Class of 1951. As a commercial student Frank has proven himself to be a versatile, energetic Worker As a farmer Frank has shown his love for the good earth As a humorist he has dis played his pleasing personality, which has made him a compan Although Prank has been busy helping at home with farm work, he managed to create time during his high school days in order to participate in many school and class activities Frank s interest in sports was displayed when he served as goalie for the soccer squad in his Senior year After graduation, Frank plans to continue his present work in the field of farming. "Bona Fortune' F rank We know you -:ine .slniom foanne Elizabeth Mohancik March 22 1933 "Boots" Lee Ray Miller September 22, 1933 "Lee" Patrol CD5 Senior Play Cast 447, Leoninus Edi- torial Staff till: School Treasurer till: Leoninus Associate Editor t4l. Lee has been an honor student ever since he started school in Miss Bender's first grade. During his twelve years as a mem- ber of the Class of '51 he has taken an active part in the school program. As "Mr. Henry Turner" in the Senior Play, he did a fine job of portraying a middle-aged businessman. He was elected by the Leoninus Editorial Staff to become a co-editor of that publication. This quiet, industrious lad is often found in the school office, where he serves as School Treasurer. In this capacity he has proven to be an efficient worker. Lee's plans for the future are not definite, but he will prob- ably continue his education in college. We are sure that with his capabilities Lee will have no serious difficulties in later years. we .SJEIUOP6 Band Cl,2,3lg Senior Chorus tl,2,3lp T.C.N. Edi- torial Staff t2,3,4l: Cheerleading f1,2lg Quill and Scroll t3,4lp T.C.N. Associate Editor fill. "Boots" is one of the few " '5l'ers" who entered New Hol- land as a first grader. Since then she has been a valuable member of our class. loanne's interests are many. She enjoys writing short stories in hopes of having them published. A good book holds her attention. Ioanne has not decided about her plans for the future. Perhaps a secretarial position or even "that little red bungalow" will be her goal. We're wishing you good luck, "Boots". - , Page Thirty-four Thelma ane Palmer December 12 1932 "Thelma" Earl fames Musser December 13, 1933 "Earl" Soccer 447. This quiet lad from Bowmansville has many interests. He came to New Holland High from Center School in the ninth grade. Earl likes to spend as much time as possible hunting. Dogs also take up part of his time. His coclcer spaniel often ac- companies him on hunting trips. Football, baseball, swimming, and painting are his other hobbies. During the summer months and on Saturdays during the school year, Earl can be found Working at the A. R. Sensenig Garage, in New Holland. Although he has no definite plans for the future, he is cer- tain to be suited to any field of endeavor he chooses. ?-- we Szniom Tn-H1-Y i415 Patrol C417 Leoninus Business Staff C4l7 Tri-Hi-Y Treasurer 445. Thelma, who is a resident of Beartown, Joined our class in her freshman year. She has always been well liked by everyone, and noted for her pleasing personality. She has shown her ability in school activities by being the treasurer of the Tri-Hi-Y Club during the past year. As a pastime, Thelma enjoys reading. A good novel proves enter- taining. After each school day and during vacations, Thelma can be seen working at Kronmeyer's. After graduation she plans to enter Susquehanna University to continue her commercial work. Having taken the commer- cial course while at New Holland, she is certainly prepared for her future business training. -W Page Thirty-live Carol fean Ranck january 25, 1934 "Carol" Salisbury: Senior Chorus il,2,3l: Senior Play 135. New Holland: Senior Chorus l4l. The senior class acquired one ot its more energetic and en- thusiastic members when Coral joined us from Salisbury. Carol likes sports, especially baseball, and she can usually l be seen at games cheering with all her might. She also enjoys singing. Carol has been in choral groups during all tour years ot high school, and vocal lessons also take up part ot her spare tirne. "Full ot fun and always ready tor a good laugh" fully de- scribes this lively little miss. She hopes to enter West Chester State Teachers College, and make elementary teaching her career. With her pleasant, jolly nature and great enthusiasm tor everything, Carol will undoubtedly make a good instructor. .740 .S2l'li0l"J ing Shirley Done Ile Ruoss October 7, l933 "Don" Class Secretary C251 Patrol 13,435 Tri-Hi-Y C435 Leoninus Business Staff i475 Tri-Hi-Y Vice Presi- dent i4l. This dusty-haired blonde is very quiet and reserved, but she is very popular with everyone. When called upon by a teacher, you can be certain Shirley will answer correctly. She is ready to lend a helping hand whenever it is needed. "Don" has proven her ability by being elected vice presi- dent of the Trifl-li-Y Club. For the past two years she has oc- cupied her patrol post very faithfully. Shirley loves to read books very much. ln tact, most of her spare time is spent in reading. Alter graduation, "Don" plans to enter the employ ot a New Holland business office. Page Thirty-Six , W, j a-f,. -f -1 Llewellyn Roy Sclmacler September 7, 1933 "Lewie" Soccer Club f2,3,4l: Chef Club f4l. "Lewie" is one of the original members of our class. Since those first few days of school life, he has been one of the most fun-provoking students in the Class of '51, He has a willingness to work, and he never fails to "pitch in" when there is a job to be finished. Llewellyn plays a great game of soccer which is his favor- ite sport. Yes, the old adage, "There's never a dull moment" surely holds true when this fellow is around. As for future plans, he is a little uncertain. After a few months he may join his brother in the navy. .7412 .SQHLOFJ Harry Lloyd Slzaulz December l7, l932 "Shaubie" Soccer t2,3,4lp Basketball fl,2,3,4l: Patrol tl,2l: Baseball 43,435 Leoninus Business Staff t4l. Harry has been a member of our class ever since first l grade. His main interest is sports, basketball being his favorite. He has also been very active in soccer and baseball. "Shaubie" lives in Grcffdale, and he drives to school every day in his Ford. His friendly personality makes him a favorite among his classmates. "Shaubie" hasn't made up his mind yet as to whether he wants to become an auto mechanic, or follow his father's foot- steps and become a lineman. No matter what occupation you choose, Harry, we feel sure that you will have an interesting future. " 71 Page Thirty-seven W y 553-i .7lre .gzniom i Charles Theodore Sheaffer May 17, 1933 "Bose" Arden Roy Sheaffer August 28, 1933 "Will" Patrol il,27g T.C.N. Editorial Staff i4J. Arden has been a member of our class for four years. Dur- ing that time he has been an active member of the Outside Pa- trol. His Senior year also found him on the Editorial Staff of the Town Clock News. He has contributed many humorous poems to the school paper. Western scenes or hunting ballads are often the themes for his poems. This fits in with his hobbies, which include horseback riding and hunting. One can often see him riding about New Holland on his favorite horse. Concerning his plans for after graduation, "Will" is not yet certain what they will be. Class Treasurer CD5 Student Council ill: Pa- trol C2,3lq T.C.N. Editorial Staff 42,377 Basketball il,2,3,4lp Class Vice President C4l: Leoninus Editorial Staff 447: Senior Play Cast C451 T.C.N. Photographer i337 Leoninus Photographer CLD. No picture of the Class of '51 is complete without the pho- tographer, Ted Sheaffer. While serving as staff photographer for the Town Clock News, in his junior year and for the year- book, this year, Ted capably displayed his ability to work with the camera. "Bogen is one of the twenty-six Seniors who have climbed the entire twelve rungs of the educational ladder in the New Holland Schools. Aside from photography, he has played on the maroon and grey basketball squads during the past four years. ln the Senior Play, Ted very capably portrayed the part of Sammie Turner. After graduation, Ted plans to continue his work at Groff Buick, in New Holland, where he is currently employed. We are certain that "Bogen will achieve much in any field of work after graduation. Y., , . Page Thirty-eight 7- --W ll-l .Sanford Dorzs jean Showalter Mary Margaret Shontz 1 September 26, 1933 "Mary Margaret' Band Cl,2,3,43g Hockey C2,33: Student Council C3,43p T.C.N. Editorial Staff Cl,2,3,437 Quill and Scroll C3,43g Leoninus Editorial Staff C437 Stu- dent Council President C435 Student Council Treasurer C33: Quill and Scroll Vice President. During the eight years she has been a member of our class, Mary Margaret has been a busy student and a popular person. Her calm manner, radiant smile, and kind words for every- one have established her popularity with all her classmates. Mary Margaret's artistic ability is evidenced by her artwork, which is one of her hobbies. To become a school teacher is her ambition. Mastery of that profession is certain, due to her patience and interest in others. ' i We wish her a very prosperous career and endless happi- ness in the years to come. March 23, 1933 "lean" Student Council Cl,2,3,43: Class Secretary C137 T.C.N. Editorial Staff C2,3,43p Senior Play Cast C437 Office Secretary C43: Quill and Scroll C3,43: Student Council Secretary C2,33. "lean" is the one whom everyone blames for the misspelled words on the master sheet. But it's usually not her fault, for she has always done good work in school and is tops in her studies. She has always been a very active member of the Student Council, and is well qualified for the position of Office Secre- tary, which she held in her senior year. This year the members of the senior class voted "lean" the D.A.R. award for girls. V She is planning to enter Rider College in Trenton, New Iersey, next fall. We're sure that with her sparkling personality, "lean" will excel in anything she undertakes. T 1 Page Thirty-n ne if l Charles Fred Schultz Iuly 25, 1933 "Chuck" West Catholic High School of Philadelphia. "Chuck" is a comparatively new member of our set, having come from Upper Darby near the end of our Iunior year. It didn't take him long, however, to gain the friendship of many of his classmates. His favorite hobby is building up old jalopies, especially old Fords, of which he has two. When he doe-sn't have any work to do on his own car, he helps out at his father's auto body shop. After graduation, "Chuck" would like to work on the as- sembly line of the New Holland Machine Company. Well, "Chuck", we wish you a very happy future. or we .syeniorzi Marian Snavely Ianuary ll, 1933 Patrol fill: Tri-Hi-Y C457 Cafeteria C2,3,4lp Leoni- nus Business Staff C4l. Hear that giggle? Marian is probably close at hand. "Bath Salts", as the cafeteria girls call her, is a very cheer- ful gal. Marian attended the Manheim Township School for six years. She then went to the Blue Ball school for two years, after her family moved to that nearby town. Majoring in Home Economics, Marian entered New Holland High in the ninth grade. This popular lass has many interests, among them bas- ketball, swimming, roller skating, reading, and photo-painting. She can frequently be found working in the school cafeteria. Next fall, Marian would like to enter Bob Iones University, Greenville, South Carolina. "Bath Salts" 7 :,:., Page Forty , we .Simian Constance Fay Stone August 17 l932 "Connie" Elizabeth fean Snyder November 26, 1933 "Betty lean" T.C.N. Editorial Staff fl,2,3,4Jg Senior Chorus ll,2,3,4D7 Quill and Scroll C3,4l: Leoninus Edi- torial Staff 643. "Betty lean" is one of the members of our class who have been with us for twelve years. She is one of the quieter stu- dents, but when called upon she is usually ready with the right answer. "Betty lean" has shown her many abilities by being on the Editorial Staff of the Town Clock News for four years, and the Editorial Staff of the 1951 Leoninus this past year. Sports is one of her main interests, and she can always be seen at the basketball games cheering the team onward. "Betty lean" has no special plans for the future, but we know she will make the most of her opportunities. Class Treasurer ill, Cafeteria C435 Tri-Hi-Y C471 Leoninus Business Staff lilly Tri-Hi-Y Secre- tary l4D. "Connie" entered our school in the ninth grade, after com- pleting her previous education at Summitville. This vivacious lass likes all sports, especially basketball, and she can be seen at almost every high school game. In ad- dition to her other activities, she very capably fills the position of secretary of the Tri-Hi-Y Club. "Connie" majors in home economics, and her favorite sub- ject is cooking. She receives a great deal of practical experi- ence in this field by faithfully serving on the school cafeteria staff. After graduation, she hopes to find employment in either a iewelry or department store. "Connie's" irresistable smile and winning personality certainly assure her a bountiful future and much happiness. 7 ,,.,,' llll Page Forty-one - -1,4 George Arthur Weaver April 10 1933 "Art Soccer Cl Z 3 47 Basketball Cl,2,3,47: Patrol C1,2, 3 47 Student Council Alternate C277 Student Council C47 Leoninus Business Stati C473 Patrol President C47 Patrol Vice President C377 Patrol Art is one ot the charter members ot the senior class. He has many varied interests and hobbies. Sports take up uch ot his time basketball being his favorite. "Art" played m h st basketball team this year He has also center on t e var ry . been very helpful to the soccer and tennis teams. Hunting and target shooting also interest Arthur. He has faihtully served on the outside patrol tor tour years, having been a lieutenant tor three years and president in his After graduation he is planning to attend a business college in order to get an oHice Job. Whatever Arthur decides, we will make the most ot his abilities. ,-il gm-L. Page Forty-two Richard Lee Summers ick" February 2, 1934 "D Salisbury: Senior Play C371 Minstrel Show Cl, 2, 37p Baseball C1,2,37y New Holland: Baseball C47. Early every weekday "Dick" brings the students from Salis- bury to school in his red Ford. This blue-eyed blonde joined the class in the senior year, after completing the required courses at Salisbury. He has been a friendly classmate and a diligent student throughout his high school career. "Dick" has two hobbies . . . hunting and playing baseball. For three years he has been a member of the boys' chorus in the annual minstrel show at Salisbury. Last year he played the part ot a lawyer in the Salisbury Senior Play. After graduation "Dick" would like to become a plumber. We know he'll be valuable in any occupation. glee .Sanford j"l'-ffm H Susan Weaver February 23 l934 "Susie" Donala' Lesley Weaver May 25, 1933 "Don" Band Cl,2,3l: T.C.N. Editorial Staff 625: Basket- ball Cl,2,3,47g Tennis t2,3l, Soccer C295 Student Council Cl,2,3,4lp Patrol tl,2,3lg Class President Cl,2,3,4lg Student Council Vice President CSD. "Don" is one of those fellows who are popular with every- one. He is very active in the school program. Sports are his chief interests, among them basketball, tennis, and soccer. His ability at leadership has been shown by the fact that he has been unanimously elected president of our class for the past four years. In addition, he was vice president of the Stu- dent Council last year. "Don" has had the privilege of being a student at N.H.H.S. ever since first grade. His plans for the future are uncertain, but this lad will undoubtedly be able to make the most of his many abilities. Good luck, "Don". me agzniom Student Council Alternate Cllg Patrol f2,3,4lp Cafeteria C2,3,4lg Senior Play Cast t4lg Leoninus Business Staff 449. "Susie" was a pleasant, vivacious addition to our class four years ago. She attended Union Grove School during her first eight years of formal education. Home economics and related arts are Susan's major inter- ests. She is one of the six girls in our class who take this course. As proof that she enjoys domestic work, she has been employed in the school cafeteria for three years. Ice skating is "Susie's" favorite sport. She always looks forward to cold weather in order that she might enjoy that pas- time. She is also an able pianist. In our Senior Play she did a splendid job of portraying "Aunt Lydia". We wish her much happiness in the years to come. -V - kr, W-V--Yi + -f-- e -W Y - 1 it Page Forty-three Raymond Horning Zimmerman Elva Grace Weidman lanuary l4, l933 "Elva" Glee Club tl,Z,3,4l: Basketball t3,4l: Patrol C475 Hockey t4l, Cafeteria 445. Elva became a member of this yeaI's graduating class four years ago when she entered ninth grade at New Holland after attending school in Blue Ball. Since that time, Elva has em- ployed her winning personality in becoming a true friend to all. Although she majored in the Home Ec course during her high school years, and enjoys cooking immensely, Elva ac- knowledged that her favorite course is gym. Further proof of her keen interest in sports comes from the fact that she played on the girls' basketball squad in her Iunior and Senior years, and served as goalie for the hockey team in her Senior year. Elva is undecided concerning her post-graduation plans, however, we feel that this lass will be of service to any voca- tional field she may choose to enter. all jlze Sanford March 28 l933 "Zimmie" Patrol C215 Senior Play Cast C457 Leoninus Busi- ness Staff t4lp Senior Chorus Cl,2,3,4l. This fellow enjoys a good laugh, and has an alert humor , "Zimmie" has added a note of pleasure to vocabulary. Yes many a dull moment during his years with us. He is rather musically inclined, as he has been a compe- tent member of the bass section of the Senior Chorus for the past four years. ln our Senior Play, he ably portrayed the part of "Nico- demusf' Raymond has no doubts about the future. l-le's going to become a carpenter, and that's certain. The building trade is undoubtedly going to gain a valuable asset with "Zimmie's" entry into that field. , , Page Forty-four f C aaa .Maier tp A By lfwlson A. Foust, fr. Fifty-six members of the Class of 1951 have walked the halls of our Alma Mater for their last one hundred and eighty days. Our first activity in those one hundred and eighty days, as Seniors, was the presentation of our class play, entitled, "A Ready-Made Family". But wait! How did we earn the title of Seniors? All fifty-six of us began earning the title of "Senior" twelve years ago. Twelve years of class his- tory, the early part of which might be termed "time immemorial", for as the dictionary states, it goes "back beyond memory". On the opening day of school, twelve years ago, eighteen present-day members of the Class of '51 entered the halls of our Alma Mater for their first one hundred and eighty days. The nineteenth future senior, Ted Sheaffer, was late! Outside our red brick building the little boy stood and wondered where everyone was. Finally, the operator of the nearby Mobilgas Station walked across North Rail- road Avenue, and, seeing the puzzled first-grader, helped him to find the other eighteen members of the Class of '51, and our first teacher, Miss Maria K. Bender. Mrs. Bernard Rife, now deceased, was our second grade instructor in 1940-1941. In 1941, twenty-one members of the Class of '51 entered third grade, and were taught by the late Mrs. Barton H. Overly. All twenty-one Seniors who attended fourth grade at New Holland, got their first taste of a class play during that 1942-43 term, when under the supervision of Miss Mary Harsh, our class presented Dickens' "Christmas Carol". The following term, twenty-two future Seniors entered grade five under the instruction of Mrs. Anna S. Diller. Mrs. Diller can recall the day that Ted Sheaffer came to school wearing glasses for the first time. "He sat there," she said, "with a look of amazement on his face, and saw 'things he never saw before." In sixth grade, supervised by Miss Helen B. Fenninger, we assembled a display of from 300 to 400 pets in the form of paperweights, pin cushions, etc. Twenty-three members of our present class entered their first year of Junior High School under the supervision of Miss Louise Bair, now Mrs. Laverne Whitmer. Miss Francis Baum was the homeroom teacher for the Class of '51 in eighth grade. Forty-two present members of our class began their final four years of Senior High School he1'e. 1947-48 class officers were: President, Donald Weaver, Vice President, Martin Noltg Secretary, Jean Showalter, and Treasurer, Connie Stone. Donald Weaver was elected president of the Class of '51 in our Sophomore year, and he was aided by Robert Kissinger, Vice Presidentg Shirley Ruoss, Secretary, and Ted Sheaffer, Treasurer. Mr. Kenneth Herr and Mr. Robert Weaver shared homeroom responsibilities for our 57 members. During that school term, our class went to Hershey to see the Ice Follies. In our Junior year, Mr. Robert Weaver and Mr. Kenneth Herr again served as homeroom teach- ers of our class. Last year's class officers were: Donald Weaver, President: Ray Bair, Vice Presi- dent, Harriet Ewell, Secretaryg and Harold Hess, Treasurer. Taking advantage of the mid-century year 1950, our class selected for its Junior-Senior reception theme, "The Turn of a Century". There's the story of how fifty-six students have earned the title "Seniors". But that's not the end. Oh to be sure, the Baccalaureate and Commencement Exercises still remain on our calendar . . . but there's more to the story . . . for the time has come for the Class of 1951 to "go forth in this world and show our school what we can do" and long after we have left the halls of our Alma Mater we'll still be making class history. f 7-A-f Page Forty-five f lillgxplfgi filfli- A+ s .mek Goin To Hue one of "Ana nas Is The Bags! His i144 AH'acksf"1 l-Effie Gracie f " " A READY- MGDE FAMILY." "Wd'l'er.' Snelling-s4l+sl "Hova+i0l Hovafiol' Pe rvna! " fi W gg 'f it R 5 1 is Lei M2 Gd' Ovf OF Here! ' " I Am Wickd OH Bluebeurd I we Lgznior Wag 'A Ready-Made Family ' fln the Order of Their Appearancel NICODEMUS-The Martyn's darky handy man ......................,....... Raymond Zimmerman BEGONIA-The Martyn's darky cook .......................... ............... M argaret Franke MISS LYDIA-Agnes Martyn's sister-in-law .... ............. S usan Weaver GRACIE-Agnes Martyn's youngest child ......... .. ............... Dolores Boyer MARILEE-Agnes Martyn's elder daughter ..... ........ F aye Gunzenhauser BOB-Agnes Martyn's son .................................. .......,.......... H arold Hess DORIS-Henry Turner's daughter ................. ......... J ean Showalter SAMMIE-Henry Turner's son ......... ......... T eddy Sheaffer AGNES MARTYN-A widow ........ .................................... ..... S h irley Kilhefner HENRY TURNER-A widower ........... . .................................... ...... .................. L e e Miller UNDERSTUDIES Mary Margaret Shontz Ray Bair Director - Mr. Robert G. Weaver ACT I-The living 1'O0lTl of the Martyn home. About twelve o'clock noon of a day in summer. ACT II-The same. Fifteen minutes later. ACT III-The same. A few moments later. SYNOPSIS Agnes Martyn, a widow, while vacationing meets an old sweetheart, Henry Turner, a widower, and they become engaged. Neither tells the other of the children at home, three in one family, and two in the other. When the youngsters hear of the big surprise, they are not too happy about it. The chil- dren plan to upset the marriage by acting their worst before their prospective parents. The way the Th l 'ld d plans work proves to be very much fun for all and very humorous. e cu ren are rea y to accept their new parents in the end. SENIOR PLAY COMMITTEES STAGE Mr. Herr, Miss Piersol, L. Schnade1', L. Good, J. Houck, J. Hillard, C. Stone, and H. Ewell. PROPERTY Miss Miller, Mrs. Weber, R. Collins, S. Fletcher, L. Getz, J. Mohancik, M. Snavely, A. Weaver, W. Foust, B. Gribble, and D. Weaver. USHERS Mr. Simon L. Getz, S. Burkhart, B. Snyder, M. Snavely, H. Hertzler, V. Jenkins, Keenan, J. Gehman, B. Godd, C. Stone, T. Palmer, R. Collins, S. Fletcher, S. Fink, H. Shaub, J. Hillard, E. Martin, S. Ruoss, and H. Ewell. BUSINESS Miss Troxell Mr. Brandau, Mr. Stockton, J. Bair, L. Baxter, K. DeHaven, B. Eitnier, S. Fink, J, Gehman, B. Good: S. Gordon, H. Hertzler, V. Jenkins, T. Kurtz, J. Lahet, E. Musser, C. Schultz, C. Ranck, H. Shaub, B. Snyder, D. Summers, E. Good, P. Keenan, F. Ludwig, E. Martin, T. Palmer, S. Ruoss, A. Sheaffer and E. Weidman. PUBLICITY Miss Witman, W. Foust, M. Shontz, B. Snyder, and A. Sheaffer. MAKE-UP Miss Hoffman, and Charlotte DeVere .. WW 5-if-ff - -f -ff- 1 Page Forty-seven H , f-2 7, iff ,i- lg 24:11:14 1021114 1111010101 1 win? niuiwiui 3 cp 14 1 .gtleoof CCL AHCJGP 1950 - 1951 September- 5. Teachers report to school. 6. Pupils report to school. October- 4, 5, 6, 7. Farm Show tSchool closed at nooni. 13 . Magazine Contest sponsored by the Curtis Publishing Company. . Student Council Party. 20 26. School closed . . . Teachers institute at Nefisville. 27. School closed . . . Southern District P.S.E.A. Convention. November- 8. First report period ends. l0. School closed . . . Teachers' Visiting Day. 16, 17. Senior Play . . . "A Ready-Made Family. 23, 24. Thanksgiving Vacation. 29. Eighth Grade Swimming Party. December- l6. Student Council Christmas Party . . . "Rudolph's Trot". 21. Christmas Carol Service 22. School closes tor Christmas Vacation. Ianuary- 2. School Reopens. 22. Second report period ends. February- 23. Student Council Dance. 27, 28, 29. School Evaluation. March- 9. Safety Patrol Dance . . . "Queens Buzz". 22. School closes for Easter Vacation. 27. School Reopens. 28. Third report period ends. 30. Town Clock News Show . . . "Mid-Century April- 7 20. Spring Concert. 27. Iunior-Senior Reception. May- 7, 8, 9. Senior Class Trip to Washington, D. C. 18. Senior Class Night. 20. Baccalaureate Service. 21-23. Senior Exams. 23-25. Final Examinations CGrades 7 to lll. 25. Commencement. 29. Awards Assembly. 30. School closes. . Student Council Party . . . 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PF F FWF FQPPFQETF 6 ik 3, Ui, 11,257 ffl f' Q Q IQ J..U ,3,u,j ,1,.gE 3,,,M9. j1 'D FFFFB'FF11LSFCFiEQ SPUFQTS Q 1 5 ' N Ni , at 11 X 1 V 4 A , Q 1-.vu-r6'i-nJ', PX J 1 5' LEGS TOURNAMENT Varsity Basketball A A II - A A Back Row Qleft to rightD-Harry Shaub, Barry Eitnier, Arthur Weaver, Donald Wea- ver, Robert Gribble, Mr. Kenneth Herr, coach. Kneeling-Ray Bair, John Bair, James Houck, and Donald Parmer. V' 'K 4+ Perhaps the number one sport enjoyed both inter-scholastically and intramurally at New Holland High School is basketball. An early start is provided for hoop enthusiasts in school as a result of the 1947 formation of a junior high school ball team which is composed of boys from grades seven, eight and nine. Any student who has potential basketball power may continue his court career during his Sophomore, Junior and Senior years by playing on the junior varsity or the varsity hoop squads, depending upon his ability. Last year's varsity nine created basketball history in Lancaster County, when they attained the Eastern Pennsylvania, Class C, championship, after defeating West Wyoming, 45 to 41. Many local basketball fans who were aroused by last year's unforgettable season, again followed the Huskies this year as they ended their league schedule in second position after retaining first placc throughout the season. Ending the schedule in a first place tie, the Maroon and Gray team received their second place standing after participating in a post-season playoif game with East Lampeter on February 13. LANCASTER COUNTY 1 QLD-League Games Nov. 22, New Holland 33' Elizabethtown 51 Away 28.-New Holland 34 Manheim Township 62 Home Dec. 1.fNew Holland 35 Ephrata 42 Away 5.-New Holland 36 Manheim Hownship 49 Away 8.-New Holland 33 Ephrata 51 Home 12.-New Holland 38 Manor 43 Away 15,-New Holland 41 Warwick 32 Home QLD 19.4-New Holland 75 Denver 52 Away QLD 22.-New Holland 34 Upper Leacock 33 Away QLD Jan. 2.-eNew Holland 33 East Donegal 32 Away 5.-New Holland 50 Paradise 32 Home QLD 9.-New Holland 75 East Cocalico 41 Home QLD 16.-New Holland 46 East Lampeter 44 Away QLD 19,-New Holland 50 Warwick 48 Away QLD 23.-New Holland 88 Denver 46 Home QLD 26.-New Holland 60 Upper Leacock 43 Home QLD 30.-New Holland 52 Paradise 41 Away QLD Feb. 2.-New Holland 69: East Cocalico 28 Away QLD 6.4 New Holland 32: Elizabethtown 36 Home 9.--New Holland 44 East Lampeter 46 Home QLD SECTION III PLAYOFF Feb. 13. -New Holland 38, East Lampeter 50 QMcCaskey High School, LancasterD W L Page Filly-eight ,g.,: :"-,p4g g , fnglifig funior Varsity Basketball . . . Back Row-lleft to rightj: Donald Parmer, Eugene Pahls, Donald Siedhof, Donald Pahls. Kneel ing: Mr. Kenneth Herr, Coach, Ray Lowry, Blaine Danner, John Musser, Donald Zollers, Paul Shirk. funior High Basketball . . . Back Row-ffleft to rightj: William Poole, Larry Evans, Eugene Horst, Mr. Richard Stockton Coach, George Ream, Ronald Geist, James Freidly. Middle Row: Charles Landis, Glenn Dissinger Tommy Witman, John Flora, Ronald Taylor, Gene Lowry. Front Row: James Sumner, John Glatz, Clif- ford De Vere, Captain, Ronald Russell, Larry Conrad. i ,74lg,lf: , ,Lal - , Page Fifty-nine Y W Soccer. . rf' 121- he so WR Back Rowgtleft to rigfhtb: Mr. Richard Stockton, Coach, Clifford De Vere, Donald Zollers, Ronald Russell, Donald Siedhof, Ray Lowry, Harold Good, Billy Snyder, Donald Troupe. Middle Row: Linford Good, .lack llillard, James Houck, Frank Ludwl, Donald Parmer, John Musser, Arthur Weaver, Michael lludak, Robert Irons. Front Row: John Bair, Blaine Danner, Robert Gribble, co-captain, Llewellyn Sc-hnadcr, llarry Shauh, Paul Shirk, Barry Eitnier, captain. Baseball.. i a...f- ann! F Hack Row-vflcft to rightj: lVlr. Robert Weaver, Coach, Howard Skiles, Donald Siedhof, Robert Grib- ble, Lee Baxter, Richard Summers, Larry Frazier. Front Row: Blaine Danner, Evan Good, Linford Good, Donald Zollers, John Bair, Donald Parmer, Harry Shaub. Paige Sixty Girls' Hockey . . . Back Row-fleft to rightj: Barbara Dyer, Barbara Ann Musselman, Nancy Witmer, Ann Futer Shirley Conrad, Joyce Overly, Nancy Good, Nancy Mumma, Mrs. Miriam Kneller, Coach. Middle Row? Mary Etter, Narene Dyer, Barbara Coy, Margaret Ann Martin, Phyllis Burns, Marcia Russell, Alice Brower. Front Row: Elva Weidman, Janet Trimmer, Jean Brubaker, Barbara Metford, Ann Brubaker, Patsy Steinman, Jenny Mae Sweigart, Judy Delp, Alice Good, Raymell Tucker, Ruth Collins. Seated: Shirley Kilhefner, captain, and Charlotte De Vere, co-captain. Girls' Basketball . . . Back Row-fleft to rightj: Phyllis Burns, Elva Weidman, Marcia Russell, Peggy Keenan, Alice Brower, Raymell Tucker, Mrs. Miriam Kneller, Coach, Joyce Overly, Jean Andrew, Virginia Sensenig, Narene Dyer, Nancy Weigand, Barbara Ann Musselman, Nancy Witmer. Middle Row: Jean Brubaker, Patsy Steinman, Ruth Collins, Shirley Kilhefner, Janet Trimmer. Front Row: Shirley Burkhart, co- captain, and Harriet Ewell, co-captain. -A ---- 7- -- - Page Sixty-one - .f-N'ff- 'f---Y' ,Y-' Varszty Cheerleaders . . . is xf! left to right-Alice Good, Jean Brubaker, Charlotte De Vere, captain, Miss Elizabeth Troxell, Ad Vlb0l Barbara Metford, Norma High, and Judy Delp. Cheerleading School Song We're here from New Holland High, We'll fiqht a qood iight, we'll do or die, Roll on Huskies, roll up the scorer Break up that pass, move up the floor. Da-da-da! Shoot a basket, Break up that play, crack that defense, We're here to stay. With our team We'll fight and cheer to a glorious Victory: Rah! Rah! Rah! lib- ,H Page Sixty-two Miss Elizabeth M. Troxell Advisor funior Varsify Cheerleaders . . . Back Rowhfleft to rightb' Jenny Mae Sweigart Miss Elizabeth Troxell Ad ' J . , ' , visor, oyce Arthur Front Row: Patsy Steinman, ca tain R ll T k ' " p , ayme uc ei, Shuley Conrad. funior High Cheerleaders . . . Back Row-Qleft to rightlz Barbara Ann Musselman, Barbara Dyer, Narene Dyer, Carol Duck, Miss Elizabeth Troxell, Advisor. Front Row: Ann Brubaker, co-captain, Phyllis Weber, Ferne Grubb, Margaret Ann Martin, co-captain. ------W -- -V ff-'---+----- f Page Sixty-three YH' H Boys, Managers... ! Back Row ileft to rightjc Billy Snyder, David Fizz, Richard Dommel, Mr. Robert Simon, Faculty Manager, Roy Brubaker, Senior Manager, Patsy Feliciello, Gene Lowry, Kenneth Kauffman. Front Row: Ronald Bensinger, John Arthur, Robert Jacoby, John Wagner. Girls' Managers... I eft to right' Mrs Miriam Kneller, Faculty Manager, Joan Lowry, Hockey Managferg Betty Lou Rus- sell, llockey Managrcrf Dolores Boyer, Senior Manager for both Hockey and Basketball: Nancy Mumma Basketball Manager, Barbara Coy, Basketball Manager, and Peggy Stauffer, Basketball Manager. , ,f Page Sixty-four ACTIVITIES Il E. w Q0 -I. ,..,f O 0 0 gf LEUS IIIIGCII-Ii? TCN Editorial Staff . . At left: Miss Ruth Witman, Advisor, and Roy Brubaker, Staff Photographer. Standing fleft to rightjx Donald Siedhof, Jean Brubaker, Jean Showalter, Pauline Binkley, Anna Etter, Marcia Russell, Patsy Steinman, Fay Gunzenhauser, Mary Margaret Shontz, Betty Jean Snyder. Seated: Judy Delp, Shirley Kilhefner, Associate Editor, Wilson Foust, Editor, Joanne Mohancik, Associate Editor, Kenneth KauH'man, Arden Shealfer, Harold Hess, Jenny Mae Sweigart, and Barbara Metford. TICN Business Staff . . . Standing fleft to rightbz Dorothy Burkhart, Ruth Collins, Ray Wolfe, Paul Futer, Advertising Man- ager, Mr. Roy Brandau, Advisor, Shirley Kurtz, Patsy Steinman, Michael Robison, Barbara Ann Mussel- man. Seated: Alice Good, Business Manager, Shirley Conrad, Circulation Manager. . Y Y Y , Page Sixty-six ----A - Quill and Scroll. .. Standing fleft to rightjz Shirley Kilhefner, Betty Jean Snyder, Jean Brubaker, Roy Brubaker, Miss Ruth Witman, Advisor, Donald Siedhof, Barbara Metford, Alice Good, Jean Showalter, Joanne Mohancik. Seated: Judy Delp, secretary-treasurer, Wilson Foust, president, Mary Margaret Shontz, vice president. L. A ourna iam Many schools which are on an equal status with New Holland High School in regard to attendance, are not served with the complete journalistic facilities and coverage which New Holland possesses. A school newspaper, published eight times yearly, a yearbook published annually and an international hon- orary society for high school journalists. Published for the past sixteen years, the Town Clock News is composed of an editorial staff consist- ing of twenty students from grades ten through twelve, and a business staff operated by eleven pupils from the Junior and Senior High Schools. For the past two years, the Town Clock News has been awarded a second place rating by the Columbia Scholastic Press Association. Previous to this, for seven years the paper recieved a first place award from the Association. Each Spring, the product of many months of preparation, the Leoninus, is published by the yearbook business and editorial staffs, which are composed of members of the Senior class. Since the 1948 edition of the Leoninus, the book has received a second place rating by the Pennsylvania Scholastic Press As- sociation. This year's Leoninus marks the eighteenth year of publication of the yearbook. Twelve Junior and Senior students are members of this year's Quill and Scroll and in the capacity of acting as honorary journalists, the group endeavors, through the medium of the New Holland Clarion, to bring to the public, news from the school World. In addition to this service, the organization plans weekly posters for the school's bulletin boards and also maintains an up-to-date file on alumni. With these journalistic groups the Quill and Scroll bringing weekly school news to the public, the Town Clock News publishing a complete account of school news eight times annually, and the Leoninus summarizing the entire school term, the students of our Alta Mater can stamp their approval on the pace journalism has set at New Holland High. D-.- - 7- -- ,A g Page Sixly-seven -' f N- Student Council .. Back Row ileft to rightl: Faye Gunzenhauser, Shirley Kilhefner, Patsy Steinman, Jenny Mae Swei- gart, Arthur Weaver, Norma High, Patsy Feliciello, Harold Hess, Billy Snyder, Donald Weaver, David Fizz, John Musser, Shirley Conrad, Barbara Ann Musselman. Middle Row: Miss Elizabeth Troxell, Ad- visor, Judy Delp, Mary Margaret Shontz, Donald Siedhof, Alice Good, Jean Showalter, Barbara Metford, Jean Brubaker, Clifford DeVere, Blaine Danner. Front Row: Larry Evans, Margaret Ann Martin, Rus- sel Etter, Mary Jane Binkley, Robert Stauffer, Carol Duck, John Flo1'a, Barba1'a Coy, William Poole, Sandra Spotts, and Kenneth Kauffman. L A President - Mary Margaret Shontz Secretary Judy Delp Vice President - Donald Siedhof Treasurer - - Alice Good Advisor - - - Miss Elizabeth Troxell "ln order to provide the students with a governing body, based on democratic principles, as an in- strument coalescing the efforts of the students and faculty, to be achieved by a closer cooperation, and by giving the school citizen an opportunity to exercise his democratic rights and guarantee his privi- leges, we do ordain and establish this constitution for the Student Council of New Holland High School." Those words, although they are unfamiliar to the majority of students, have, as the preamble to the Constitution of the Student Council, preserved the democracy which is present in our school sys- tem. During its first four years, the Student Council has compiled a commendable record of achieve- ments, and has certainly carried out the provisions contained in its Constitution. Through the Stu- dent Council, young Americans have been introduced to the basic principles of democracy which are so essential to the creation of a peaceful world. Since its origination in 1947, the Student Council has been under the unexcelled leadership of Miss Elizabeth Troxell, who, with patience and understanding, has guided the organization in its many un- dertakings. Among the outstanding accomplishments of the Council have been originating the idea of the formation of a Lancaster County Student Council Association, promoting the standardization ofthe high school ring and supervising democratic school elections. As a necessary portion of the extra curricular activities, the Student Council has definitelybenefit- ed each individual school student and has contributed toward a well-rounded school program. , Page Sixty-eight wwf- lil: ,.::- , School Band. - Q 5 -cu..-...K Back Row fleft to rightlz Mr. William Swackhamer, Director, Billy Snyder, Marcia Russell, Alice Brower, Patsy Steinman, Marian Plank, Dorothy Plank, Mary Margaret Shontz, Mildred Sumner, Char- lotte DeVere. Harold Hess. Third Row: Robert Irons, John Lahet, Barbara Metford, Russel Etter, John Flora, Margaret Ann Martin, Rebecca Fake. Second Row: Lee Lahet, Larry Evans, David Fizz, Mi- chael Terry, Lewis Parker, Oscar Miller, Judy Irons, Doris Miller, Dolores Boyer, Joan Terry. First Row: Peggy Keenan, Patsy Shirk, Donald Pahls, Eugene Pahls, Ronald Russell, Donald Moo1'e, Clifford DeVere, James Dissinger, Barry Reynolds, James Houck, Peggy Stauffer, Lee Baxter, Jenny Mae Swei- gart. Twirlers: Shirley Conrad, Patsy Dissinger, Raymell Tucker, Drum Major, Charlotte Delp, Norma High, Captain of the Twirling Squad, Faye Gunzenhauser, and Betty Plank. L A Under the able direction of Mr. William Swackhamer, the New Holland High School Band has achieved recognition as a topnotch musical organization. In the past three years, two members of our Band have been awarded medals in appreciation of their musical ability by the State Band. Lee Stauf- fer was recipient of a medal last year, and Joan Terry was accorded that honor this year. In addition, Margaret Ann Ma1'tin received a medal from State Orchestra. Many of our assembly programs open and close to the strains of a rousing march rendered by the Band. During this school year, the New Holland High School Band participated in the Farm Show pa- rades at New Holland, Ephrata, and Mount Joy. As part of New Holland's Farm Show celebration, our Band also took part in the Baby Parade. Last autumn it marched in the Hallowe'en Parade at Terre Hill As part of the Parent-Teacher Association's schedule this year, the Band presented a concert be- fore the PTA members at one of the organization's meetings. It also entertained the students of our high school with two assembly program concerts. In cooperation with the Senior Chorus, the Band presented New Holland High's sixteenth annual Spring Concert on April 20, which featured modern music as the main theme. On May 5, the Band participated in the County Safety Patrol Parade, at Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Yes, all the students at New Holland High School are sincerely grateful to their Band for the fine job it has done in adding to our appreciation of music and increasing the popularity of our school. vw, ,W,,,ll,l,,,,,7,,,gg,,ff-1' Page Sixty-nine T'+' --7--'-' - -- --f Uutside Patrol. . Standing' fleft to rightjz George Ream, Larry Conrad, James Sumner, Michael Hudak, Mr. Richard Stockton, Advisor, Tommy Kline, Lieutenant, Arthur Weaver, Lieutenant, George Dissinger, Lieuten- ant. Kneeling fback rowjz Ronald Geist, Lynn Lowry, James Friedly, Clifford DeVe1'e, Ronald Dissing- er, Donald Troupe, Harry Keares, Dale Weaver. Middle Row: Billy Unangst, Robert Duffy, Robert Buckwalter, Allen Fink, Richard Landis, Lester Myers, Richard Musser, Samuel Russell, Billy Johnson, Walter Talbot. Front Row: Gordon Plank, Mardine Sensenigr, Kenny Hollinger, Jerry Gainer, Walter Shirk, James West, Harold Zook, Jerry Hollinger, Ronald Danner, Ronald Grotf, Donald Welsh, Chris Binkley. Inside Pairol. .. , L Back Row ileft to rigrhtjz Mr. Richard Stockton, Advisor, Peggy Houck, Lucy Getz, Elva Weid- man, Margaret Franke, Nancy Good, Lucille Gehman, Shirley Conrad, Ruth Collins, Shirley Kilhefner, Marcia Russell, Joanne Gehman, Wilson Foust. Middle Row: Dorothy Burkhart, Iantha Wilson, Harriet Ewell, Peggy Keenan, Thelma Palmer, Alice Good, Patsy Steinman, Phyllis Burns. Front Row: Julianne Sensenigr, Grave Zollers, Patsy Shirk, Pewgy Stauffer, Susan Weaver, Shirley Fletcher, Shir- ley Hillard, Fay Gunzenhauser, Marian Snavely, Fay Woomert, Shirley Ruoss. Oliicers of the combined Safety Patrol: Arthur Weaver, President, Wilson Foust, Vice Presi- dent, Harriet Ewell, Secretary, and Donald Troupe, Treasurer. - Page Seventy ' ' " , LiL. -- Tri-Hi- Y... Standing fleft to rightl: Ruth Collins, Nancy Good, Shirley Fletcher, Ethel Martin, Miss Elizabeth Troxell, Advisor, Janet Trimmer, Patsy Shirk, Joyce Kendig, Grace Zollers, Dorothy Burkhart. Seat- ed: Connie Stone, Shirley Ruoss, Julianne Sensenig, Marian Snavely, and Thelma Palmer. Tri-Hi-Y Ufficers President - - Iulianne Sensenig Vice President - ShirleytRuoss Secretary - Connie Stone Treasurer ------ Thelma Palmer Chaplain ------ Marian Snavely Faculty Advisor -- Miss Elizabeth Troxell The Tri-Hi-Y Girls organization was introduced to the Senior High School program for the first time this year. Under the indirect supervision ot the Young Women's Christian Asso- ciation, this club exists with the announced purpose of "creating, maintaining, and extending throughout the school and community, high standards ot Christian character". During the first year at New Holland, many timely topics of interest to all teen-age girls were discussed at the weekly meetings. As one of its activities, Tri-Hi-Y sent several of its members to attend a mock United Nations Assembly meeting in the Dauphin County Court House at Harrisburg. This was an- other example of the manner in which the Tri-Hi-Y organization prepares students to be better citizens ot our democracy. Under the able guidance of Miss Elizabeth Troxell, faculty advisor, Tri-Hi-Y has been as- sured a permanent place in our school life. fl' -f -: Y r "iii: Page Severity-one 7 Parent- Teacher Association . . . Standing lleft to rightj: Dr. Ellis H. Metford, President: Mr. Harold Hess, Treasurer. Seated: Mrs. Carl Croff, Secretary, Mrs. Herbert Poole, Vice President, and Mrs. Harold Hess, Assistant Secretary. L JI. Qi 'f Parent- Teacher Association Calendar 1950 - 1951 September 25.-Meeting Topic: "The Relationship of the Board of Education to the Parent-Teacher Asso- ciation." Speaker: Mr. Furman Bailey, Assistant Superintendent of County Schools. October 23-Meeting Topicf-"The New Report Cards." December 11.-Meeting. Book Review, "A Happy Christmas" by Daphne du Maurier. Speaker, Mrs. Charles Workman. January 29.-Town Hall Meeting. Motion picture entitled "Joe Turner . . . American" was shown. March 12.-Meeting. Report-"The Self-Evaluation and the Outside Evaluation Report on Our School." April 9.-Meeting. Topic---"Steps Toward Consolidation." Speaker, Mr. Bowman, State Department of Education. Since its origin last year, the New Holland Parent-Teacher Association has backed the New Hol- land Schools in activities of great significance to the students and the faculty alike. In order to better acquaint the PTA members and the faculty, a one-half hour period has been set aside previous to the opening of each gathering in order that the parents might have the opportunity to visit the faculty members in their respective homerooms. To spur attendance at each meeting, the Parent-Teacher Asso- ciation is holding a membership contest in which they are awarding a plaque and a cash prize to the 'homeroom having the largest percentage of parentslrepresented. At the end of the school term, the Parent-Teacher Association will present a grand p1'1Z6 to the homeroom which is able to retain the plaque longest period of time. Our Parent-Teacher Association has also: 1. Acted as an advisory group and provided chaperones for the Teen Canteen. 2. Organized a "Home-Room Mothers' Club" to assist the faculty. 3. Collected toys, books and records for use in the Kindergarten. 4. Supported Saturday morning basketball for grades five to twelve. To the Parent-Teacher Association . . . the Leoninus speaks for the entire school in congratulating this organization on the splendid work accomplished during its first year of existence. - Page Seventy-two ADVERTISEMENTS f ,X wif E E E Z E E? CEHEQ pa frono Mr. and Mrs. David Allison Mr. George D. Bair Mr. and Mrs. Herbert E. Bair Mr. Wilson Bair Maria K. Bender Mr. and Mrs. Leon B. Boch and David Mr. and Mrs. Roy Boley Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Boyer Braclebills Garage Clara Burkhart Bash 6 Bashy Miss Ethel Buzzard Mr. and Mrs. Aastin B. Collins Mr. and Mrs. Carl F Cresswell Richard Eilnier Miss Adrienne Elien Mr. and Mrs. I Herbert Ewell Mr. and Mrs. Hernran R. Ewell Mr. and Mrs. folm S. Ewell Helen B. Fenninger Mr. and Mrs. VVayne Finl? Mr. and Mrs. fames Fletcher Marian E. Franlelzouser Mr. and Mrs. Rolrerl Frey A Friend A A A A Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. f , P 5 f Friend Friend Friend Friend and Mrs. and Mrs and Mrs. and Mrs and Mrs. Paul E. Fuler Charles R. Gelz, Sr. Charles W Good Clayton M Good Paul S. Good pd il"0l'l5 Mr. and Mrs. Warren G Good IfWlliam W Good - jeweler Mr. and Mrs. Dell Gordon Miss Mary Gordon Leo R. Grant Mr. and Mrs. Walter S. Graff Mr. and Mrs. Miles K Gunzenhauser Mr. and Mrs. Norman Hainley A. Mary Harsh Miss Rllfh Hartenstein Mr. and Mrs. Hugh D. Hartman Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hertzler Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hess Mrs. Rose F jenkins Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Keenan Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Keiser . ff... V7-4---W P' s f Miss Shirley K. Keiser Mr. and Mrs. Eli 71 Kilhefner Mrs. Edith Kronmeyer Mr. and Mrs. jesse Lafferty Mrs. Thelma Lando Mr. and Mrs. Ivan P. Lowry Mr. and Mrs. George B. Ludwig Mr. and Mrs. Alex Maitland Berry McCarty Mr. and Mrs. C W Mc Williams Helen Miller Miss Wuian Miller Musser Brothers Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Masser A. G. Oberholtzer Mrs. Lloyd H Overly pa fronzi Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Palmer Mr. and Mrs. A. Clarence Plank Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rice Mr. and Mrs. C Clarence Ruoss Mr. and Mrs. Paul M Russell Miss Palsy Rutter Burney Schwartz - Clothier Mr. and Mrs. Harry L .Shaub Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Sheaffer Rev. and llflrs. Raymond M Shonfz Mr. and Mrs. fohn L. Showalter Mr. Orval Smith Mr. and Mrs. Benj. Snyder Mr. and Mrs. fohn Spechf Mary fans Sprecher Mr. and Mrs. Paul Spriggle I R Sfoltzfus Mr. and Mrs. Ivan H Stone, Sr. Melvin B. Styer Mrs. Allen sirrrrrrrsrs Miss Wrginia Tsrbsrr s Miss Elizabeth Trss-s11 Mr. and Mrs. Leroy C Usner Mr. and Mrs. Clarence B. Weaver Mrs. Helene M Weaver Mr. and Mrs. Warren W Weaver Mr. ana' Mrs. fohn Weber Mr. and Mrs. Harry Weidman Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Whitmore, Sr. Mildred IfWse Mr. Harry O. Wise Reid Wissler Mr. and Mrs. jacob S. Zimmerman Susie Zimmerman P S 77 wma mess' ,xcwsw . ,WW , my www A. B. Morgan, New Holland Machlne Company held sales KTIEIIIBQSI, points out some lop sales leaturos ol the New Holland Baler. At nght are Wilson A. Foust, lr., yearbook editor, and Donald W. Weaver, lcl h lass leaders that graduates, too, must have "sales features" class presxdent. Mr. Morgan to t ese C to help sell themselves to employers. You Have to Sell Yourself First No one knows better than a suc- cessful salesman that you have to sell yourself as well as your product. In fact. sometimes the sale of your product depends on how well you've sold yourself to the man you're doing business with. Young men and women seeking regular iobs for the first time will find this true, too. Getting a iob often de- pends on the way you've sold your- self to the man you want to work for. A high school education is a big help in building up "sales features" for yourself. You receive the train- ing and experience you'll need when you're seeking a job . . . and when you're keeping one. To the Class of 1951. New Holland Machine Company sends a sincere wish for successful "se1ling" all your lives. N E W H 0 L L A 'Tirst in Grassland Farming" Y ,pffzfsiii Page Seventy-seven l 2 l 1 14 can 2:1 1: 1- 1011 1:.1u1u1u1o1o t-1o1o1o1- 111--1111-1:11 1 1 1 1 Geo. S. Althouse Gasoline, Oil, Etc. Phone: 3-7706 Ephrata. R. 3 -:- Pennsylvania I1o101011101o1o1n1-v1-11:11'1111:1 0:0 0:4110 L. G. Balfour Company Attleboro, Massachusetts Known Wherever There Are Schools and Colleges Harrisburg Branch 120 South Second Street W. G. Ross Wormleysburg, Pa. 111 1 11111 1.1111-1 101 111101 ,:, 0:0 Blue Ball National Bank Blue Ball, Pennsylvania 1111.111-1 1 1 1 10111 111 1101014 41,111 1 1 301,101 1 Bolton 's Hatchery Phone: 4-2244 New Holland -:- Pennsylvania 11'11ni:'11.11r1o1o1u1o1o1o1o1o1 1: 14 1:11 1:1111o1o1-111-1u1n1 .11 1 1014010 11014 I1 .g..-.1:.,:..: : : I : 1- : I.: -..- -... RY... Pleez-ing Quality Products 'l'here's None Better Aument Brothers, lnc. - Distributors Lancaster. Pennsylvania 1101 141111101n101n1o1o1:-1010101011 Binkley's Store General Merchandise - Eggs Blue Ball, Pennsylvania We feature the famous "NORRIS" BRAND PRODUCTS Phone: New Holland 4-7517 1011114-1111 11,11:1o1u1n1o1n1o1n1u1c Blue Ball Garage Motor Tune-Up and Repairs Lee Tires Exide Batteries Phone: 4-7481 Blue Ball, Pa. 11011 1o1o1o1o1ar1av11v1o1av1o1o1o1s 1:1101 14:1 1 1 101 1111:-1:r1o1o11 Churchtown Supply Co. Farm and Home Appliances Churchtown, Pennsylvania 1Lancaster County! Phone: Terre Hill 5-2376 1 1 v1 101 1o1o1u1r:1o1o1:v14101014 1111 n1u1o1o1:v1-110141111101 1- 11 11020 1111111111111 O 10:4 9.0 v1o1o1n1o1o1o1o1o11 0:0 0:4 P14 info 0:0 l 1 'U Q fn S' 2. Ll 1 lr ll 1 l l ll l l 0:0111 xoi nitric: 101010111 11011 111 Clair's Snack Bar Platters Served Daily Diller Avenue New Holland -:- Pennsylvania Open 8:00 a. m. to 12:00 p. m. 11:1 1 11:1 1:1 1 11111 1011 101: 14:1o1o1:1 10111101 11101 1 :xoxo--7 Abe Cohen Store Mitchel - Reber Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Haberdashery Phone: 3-2539 Ephrata -:- Pennsylvania Blue Ball Machine Works J. S. Newswanger, Prop. Specializing in Quarry Equipment and Service Phone: New Holland 4-7502 111101 airways: 1: 111111014 101:11 1 4:1 1-11-1 :ui 11101 1 1:1 111 mx 14:1 11 air1111:i1rn1u1n1u1n1o1u1n'11 1 Crystal Sand Co. I. G. Newswanger, Prop. High Grade Building Sand MOUNTAIN AND BAR SAND Phone: 4-0106 New Holland, R. 2 - Pennsylvania n1u1u1u1n1o1n-1u1o11 .1u1u1n1n1u1o1 101 010101rm14n1-1,1111u1n1o1u1u1u1-v1 Conestoga Roller Mills Samuel O. Trupe, Owner Milk Products GRAIN FEED Park 6: Pollard Bull Brand Rex Feeds Terre Hill 5-2476 New Holland 4-7251 1111: 11110101111 1 14:10,101-:1n1u1u1 1o1u1o1u1u10101u1u1o1o1o1u1n1n:1 The Place to Go When Your Car Needs General Repairs Dickinson's Garage Phone: 4-9621 New Holland -:- Pennsylvania 110101 10111101 in 1 n1o1o1u1o1o1o1 101:14 The New Holland Clarion A Newspaper for the Home Featuring Local Columnists A Modern Printing Service For Seven Townships Phone: 4-2252 New Holland, Pennsylvania 14:1 1.1 1 1 1 1 1 11111-D-1u1ui11:1u 1 11-1 1 1,--g,1,,, 11 1. .: :::- 11:1 Page Seventy 111111111v111:w1111:v1 1u14icsu1 1 1111-1 1 111-1101 1 31311131 111011 111111111 21 in Dwi. Z" -- Q-'-1'Q":---':-':--o-'- P- Q fo-1.5, ! l M H Eb Q Eaby's Grocery y Q i Truck Body Building i Jackson Street l New Holland -:- Pennsylvania 3 2 Blue Ban' Pa' Telephone: 4-8947 I l Office Phone: Residence Phone: 2 2 N. H. 4-7351 N. H. 4-7357 Q QlluQr lr 1 1 QpQ l :l l DliiUi:Q'g g U -I 4Df Q j Eplirata Sports Center Q o . . 2 2 2 Enterpnse Telephone 3 g Gifts - Sporting Goods - Models 2 D 124 East Main Street Q Ephrata -:- Pennsylvania g 3 'gmifi Zi' 11211101011 11:11 103' Q . ':":"I''I01''I"1"1"1"1"1"1"1"1"1 P10110 U i 1' ' H R E ll ' Phone: 4-2102 erman - we gg Q Limestone Spreading Q . l I l New Holland Pennsylvania 2 Annville' Pa. ii Q j Q Phone: Annville 7-9232 i U i i uno:-1: 11 11 if 11 1' C 1011111-1 'totals 401111011 1111011-11111-11,11-1111.1-10g0g.,g..:. :xii 1 1 10102 iminivi 141' 1' 101 0:0 ':"?"1'i ri 1 ri ri 111110111 11111111113 .:g l I i John s. Ewen 2 2 2 D I N e w H o l l a n d Q Milk Transportation l l , l 3 Frozen Food Service East Earl -:- Pennsylvania Q I l Q I H. S. Vammauf, Manager i Phone: New Holland 4-7271 I I 1. 1. 11 1' rininvivivivivilrivioiibilol 'QW 10241021 Z4 11 11 io: 1:14 ! an Y 773A Y Y 7 Paq Eighty YVWWL- Y 1 1n1o1 1 1 1fv1 1010101 1 1 1111 1 1,11-1:11 1 1 -1:11 1-1 1 1011111 There is No Substitute for Quality . . That is the only Standard we know! A Quiet Dignity Marks Each of Our Services We Offer Quality and Dignity to Discriminating People Paul F. Esbenshade 145 West Main Street New Holland - Pennsylvania MEMBER . fit. f- . . Nnlmonnlgclectmillflurimuu-5 at 'NVlTATlo8 -'zz-"ri: '- - - i i ----'-4--S 'zz-':i':': Samuel S. Gerhart Coal, Lumber, Roofing and Building Materials East Earl -:- Pennsylvania Phone: New Holland 4-7241 Harold H. Good Premier Feed East Earl. R. 1. -:- Pennsylvania Phono: Terre Hill 5-3681 1 11.2. 11024 0:40 ofa Q .pr--1 - -u-u-.--n-v--o-..- - -011.14 4,4 FLOWERS... For Every 0ccasion Girvin's Flowers Phones: Lcola fi-2262 Denver 7-6057 101:-11110101 111 1 1 1:10101 101 11 1n111o1n1 14,11 101 1 1 S . H . G o o d Coal, Lumber and Building Materials Dial 4-9211 Box 121 Hinkletown, Pa P ge Eqhty-on 1- 1 - 11111111111111111111111111111111101011111111 Goodville Mutual Casualty Company Wayne S. Martin, Secretary Goodville. Lancaster County, Penna. Insurance at Cost Phone: Terre Hill 5-2691 1111 11 11111111 111 1111111111111111 Charles M. Gray 8: Son Lumber and Firewood East Earl, R. l -:- Pennsylvania Phone: New Ilollund 4-7215 1111111 4:1-11 1111 11 11111-1111111111111n:o 1111111-1111111111::1 1111111111111 1 .111 Groff Buick, Inc. BUICK Sales and Service New Holland -:- Pennsylvania Phone: 4-2215 1111 111111111111111111111111111111111111 11111111111011110111101111111111 11111111 LeRoy W. Groff S T 0 V E S and BOTTLED GAS 517 - 519 West Main Street New Holland -:- Pennsylvania Phone: 4-0681 1111111111101 1 1111101111111 11 111111 111111111111111111111111 11 111 .g..-..-..-..-..-..-..-.1-.,- -0- 1-.- 3 Bill's Amoco Service Washing - Lubrication Accessories Bowmansville -:- Pennsylvania Phone: Terre Hill 5-3260 03111111-1 1111 111111111111111111111111111111 02011111111 11111 1 11111111111111111 1111 1 John Deere and Caterpillar Tractors Power Farm Equipment A. B. C. Groff New Holland -:- Pennsylvania 01011511111-11111:111111111 1111-111111111111111: 0:4 Best Wishes for Success in Your New Endeavors Groff's Hardware Hardware - Home Furnishings New Holland -:- Pennsylvania 11UQD1111111111111111111 11 1111111111111111111 420111111111 11111 1 111111111 111 1111111 0:0 E ql ly-I Sam Groff's Sunoco Service Station Blue Ball -:- Pennsylvania Phone: New Holland 4-7459 11-11-1111011110111101:111 11111111 1 111111 wo f - ----- - -- -1 1: 1 1614 1o1u1n1u1n1: 101611114 11111 111-1-1:11:11 111 1 1011 1n1u1u1u1: 1 1 n1u1u1o1u1o it Grube's Barber Shop 112 East Main Street New Holland -:- Pennsylvania o 11: 1, 0 'nge Ilair Cuts with or without Appointments i 101 1- 1 1-an 111 114 1' 1- 11: 1- 1: Richard Hagy East End Texaco Station Phono: 4-0031 New Holland -:- Pennsylvania Harting's Bakery Eat "Country-Maid" Bread, Pies, Cakes and Buns Bowmansville -:- Pennsylvania Phone: Terre Hill 5-3664 1:1-11-14-1 1n1n1::1o1o14:1u1c 1 1 1011110101 10161 11 1: 101111111 1 Hill-Top Service Station 101130 11' 161616161111 map-11611116161 149111 101402 0:0 1- an Q 0.01 011 1611 1 161:11-1101 11114-1 1 110 Best Wishes For Success! Hackman's Furniture New Holland -:- Pennsylvania 1- 0:4 04110111 1111 1:1o1o111r1u1n1o1o o 10:9 it ozo Rt. 322. One-fourth Mile East oi Blue Ball HARLAN M. WEAVER Gas, Oil and Accessories WASHING and LUBRICATION Pleasingf You . . . Pleases Us Phone: New Holland 4-7261 ....- - -.,-..g. ! Q ! ! ' l E U l l l i U l l l l i U l Il Q l l U E l E l l U l U l l l l D ! ! ! ! ll g l l H i 9,0 an Q.: 1 Harris Bros. Dept. Store Clothing - Shoes - Rubbers Dry Goods and Notions New Holland -:- Pennsylvania 01 1 11101n1o1o1u1n1u1m11: 111 B. Z. Motors Sales - MERCURY - Service For the Drive of Your Life . . . It's the '51 lVle1'cL1ryl New Holland -:- Pennsylvania Phone: 4-0661 4-1-111111 101 1-1011.1 -1 1 1 16 .g..-.-.-.-,:.:.-..-.:.: : -.:.: :. Martin Hoffman Quality Shoe Store GRADUATE FOOT SI'EClAI.lS'l' SHOE REBUILIJING New Holland -:- Pennsylvania 0,4-1 1-1 14-.1-1 1-1 1 1 1- 1 11- Faqe Eighty-three 1 ' f 1 ' 111:-1 1111 11111-1:1-n1n1:1u 0:01:02 31 11 11 21131111111 11121111 311111311 I1 1 u 1 1 ll 1 1 O.: 0 1 12113 1111311 11:1 Horst,lJchty and Frey Sports Goods 161 - 163 East Kinq Street Lancaster -:- Pennsylvania Phone: Lancaster 2-7249 9411112111-34111131111 3 111111 19111131 -1.3 1 I1 1 U II II 1:1 G. so 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1:1 ,:, of 1 0.0111 Hollinger's Esso Station Washing - Lubrication Accessories 527 West Main St 1'1- ut New Holland -:- Pennsylvania Phone: 4-87111 Complete Line of Appliances GROFF'S HARDWARE and HOME APPLIANCES New Holland -:- Pennsylvania ,101111 11 1131111111111 1-11111111 :1 111 1111110 11i1111v111111111111111311311111311111111111 1,1 1 1 1 11 11 1 1 1111111111111111 1111:11111:1111111 o 0.0111111:111112111111111111111111u111i11i1131 0.0 cpu McCormick Farmall Tractors A Size and Style for Every Farm Iob International Harvester Charles B . Hoober Intercourse -:- Pennsylvania Telephone: 4-R-2 .g..-..-.:. : -.: .: : : -,:.1- : -.-. Abram S. Horst Building Contractor New Holland -:- Pennsylvania 0,4 111111111131111112111 11 211 1111 11 11111111 111111111 -1 311111211111:11-11111-11-1111 Greetings and Best Wishes to the Class of 1951 Frank lx Q Sons Pennsylvania Corporation New Holland, Pennsylvania - 31111- 1- - - 11131 - 1- -11-1111-1151-11--11-1-1112111111111 1 1111111111211 311 1 Y W -P lj 11 tyl 11121111 1 11111111 111112 1111-111111-1111-111-111-112111-11111-11111111 -1-11-1111-11:111-111-11i11i11i11i111-1-2 1-111 01:1 1:-113 1 vin in: 11111030101 2011103 iniuiuiniui114121131 sic ,:, 5 o .012 David B. Hurst Feed - Poultry Supplies - Seed Fertilizer - Lime - Cement Phone: Terre Hill 5-3661 g Bowmansville -:- Pennsylvania - - .... - - - - ! U iUlUT0T'Vll'T4'1Y1 1011!Tlilllili--0TlYilO.Q Q - -.-..-..- -.,-.,-.-..-.,-.,-.-.-.- ....,3, ! U 7 ll Y lrons Food Store E E i Fresh Vegetables U U Meats and Groceries Delivery Service Phone: 4-8144 5 New Holland -:- Pennsylvania li i L i i ancaster Motor Truck 9 Q Service S8l6S - - Service II 459 Juliette Avenue Lancaster -:- Pennsylvania Phone: Lzmeaster 6101 U John S. Ewell g L. B. Herr 8: Son Stationery and Books Portable Typewriters School Supplies Printing o 46-48 West King Street Lancaster - Pennsylvania Abe Levitt, lnc. 241 West Main Street New Holland's Newest Store 3 ni '11 if 11111111 1. 1-lcoucmnxnz 1 cpu-f-11 - - -111+ - 11-11- Clyde H. Kauffman "The Store on the Currier" . . . Doing Business on the Square Hardware Home Furnishings Phone: 4-0951 50111011-20203:111111+11111 in in Page Eighty-five ,101 ,:, o 9.014 Y 0 14? 4..- .. sz- 4, 3 0,0 14 v14n14s14s1o14::4vj4vio14 .-,.,....-.......-.......,-, .g.... ui ri 114 14124:111141141101-134114:-uxuinin 14 ni pcm-14'24-3014114114414-in-:nz11-2:1 1-1 Your Good Gulf Dealers LOHT G HUTCHINSON Gulf Pride Oil -:- Gulflex Lubrication New Holland. Pennsylvania Phone: 4-2271 0- .-.-.-.., -. Q Q Q Q.-..-U-i-.-..:, Lichty Bros. Terre Hill -:- Pennsylvania H201-do :mini zu:-1 1 1 z 1 1--:wie .lohnnie's Barber Shop Theatre Building: New Holland -:- Pennsylvania Quin?-ini I2 rio: -2 vi 1 -2 1 1 in mini 1 fini. 1.114 141101014-1014 1 if 1-1 .l. Z. Martin Maytag and Westinghouse Electric Appliances Radios and Refrigerators Phone: 4-0331 New Holland -:- Pennsylvania o 09114 l 5 I l l 0101413411014-1 1414x14m1n1u:4ix4:1o 14020 20:0 14 -1 I P10101 14,1411 ,', 4 141411413 025,14 nie? ri 14.2 '14 ' O R A N G E ' "TRIPLE-SLIDE" All-Aluminum Combination Storm Windows and Doors Available on Convenient Budget Plan M8zH ALUMINUM SALES CO. East Main Street New Holland, l'a. Phones: 4-2239, 4-8636 5. ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! l i U i . Q When You Think of Music . . . g Think of 2 Kirk Johnson 8: Co. l 16 West King Street 3 Lancaster Pennsylvania 2 Serving: the Musical Public Over 66 Years l . g M. W. Martin and Sons l E All Kinds of Electric Wiring g Appliances 2 Blue Ball -:- Pennsylvania l l ly-' -14:14 ini -14101 I1 aiu: Lancaster Photo-Engraving Company 1061 North Duke Street Lancaster Pennsylvania Phone: 2-7512 1. 1. 1. gsqwzmumvcv-vzvzf 11 CD 100' Suri' ENGCND 1 11 Qtzzx npr: -pug 1 . l I Menno Martin Q Ray E, Ma,-tm - I Distributor of F Texaco Petroleum Products B u ' I d e r I i New Holland -:- Pennsylvania Phone: 4-0041 1 1 in izriognioiuiui 1 1 1 1-:ieozo , o vii 1: 1 111 3 1 1011: guzoznz-,440 Martin's Store Phone: 4-8391 New Holland -:- Pennsylvania -.: -,- :.::-..: .: .. -. I ,:.,-..g. rf: ' 3. ob. ! Q ' ! ! ! 1 Q Q Page Eighty-Seve New Holland -:- Pennsylvania o gorzrniuiuxwr11:11:01nznioiuiuioiui .lack and .lim Maser, Inc. Excavating - Grading Paving Box 116 Brownstown -:- Pennsylvania Phone: Ephrata 3-9586 o use v11:11r:1v11n11v11v11n1v1 McClure's Esso Station Gas - Accessories - Oi Ice Cream Route 23 'llClCllllUl'l0I New l'lollun1l 4-72615 1.1111-1011-1 n11:11r11v11r11v:u11v:u1n11o:o 0111 iq: 111xzuguin11r11:11111n1111 0:0101 in11riu11vi1r:1n:u11u:u: if 101011 11:1-111111111-11 o:on:1 0:4 11114, . r ' 11 be not-if sz- ,n I I i 1 1 l Mellinger . . For Farm Bureau lnsurance Notary Public New Holland -:- Pennsylvania Telephone: 4-0621 Milberg 8: Millzerg Incorporated 11 1111u11f11n:1n1 111-1 nz ni 1111: 3111111- Nlountain Top Diner Tate Linton, Prep. Narvon. R. D. -:- Pennsylvania 'Pugh Eqlty 11201 121:31 111 vi 3111111119-rr oi 1 2 ni 1 1-1131-1 1 '1 1-111111 1-2112111 '11 1 101111111111 1121311119 1 .g. .- .- .-.... .1 .E B. Z. Mellinger, lnc. F 0 R D Sales and Service New Holland -:- Pennsylvania Phone: 4-0651 0:01011 21 111311111 ioinxuiuqp 11 11 ini: 3 0,0 11111-3 11:01 -1111-111-11:11 1 2111 A. Z. Mellinger Hardware - Roofing Spouting New Holland -:- Pennsylvania Phone: Store 4-8374 lVlosemann's Cut Rate and Luncheonette New Holland -:- Pennsylvania i1o:1ujn11f11fi1-101011 'injure 0 9.0 bil Q 3 1:19 0,0 111.11 111311111111 6 of fic Q 021 o 710.1 '11 o11v11-11'-991-11-1111-31-11v3uq:s1v11v31v1n11vi1 o 0.013011 31'11v11v5':q9n31r11r11m11xg1iz' 2 in it Musselman Bros. Since 1911 Lumber - Building Material - Coal Ready-Mixed Concrete New Holland -:- Pennsylvania 'Iv '11-11-11.11 11011020 o 0,0 r11u11f11-1.1-11121-311: -31111111-11120303011 'qll was W - - f '-- --Y-f 1111111111111 1-11411 112 11 rioio 311141niozoioioioio-o-u-o-o-o 1 I1 11 ini Musselman 8: Zimmerman New Holland, Pennsylvania aio: ioioii 1 ni 11311 11:11:10 1o:o1o1o-o -010- U- nzozozoxozoxole New Holland Airport Phone: 4-7692 Charter Service "FLYING STATION WAGON" Student Instruction Government Approved Flight School Located Just South of Town 21.4, 2 0:0-1011vioxxyr:,xoxox-1go1o:o1fuzozozoz Musser's Furniture Store Dealer in New and Used Furniture Goodville. Pa. Phone: Terre Hill 5-2383 14.5 ozoozoz '11 zo: zozozoanozozoznz I: '14 1 qw:-vi 1,1 141111: 1111111 1 1110: The Farmers National Bank and Trust Company of New Holland, Pa. 14.2. ozmzoqs '11 xo: ,goin 1- 1 '11 1: 1 11 I1 axon -o-o-oixzozo14xqpoioioxvimmam-1:11411 up 111111 ew Holland Concrete Products, lnc. Concrete Pipe Concrete Building Blocks Ready-Mixed Concrete Metal Windows New Holland -:- Pennsylvania Phones: 4-2114, 4-2115 1- cargo:-I14,gr'111:4lx:'xoxox-mxoioxvozo Best Wishes to the Class of 1951 New Holland Diner ALI. COOKING DONE IN AMERICAN STAINLESS STEEL We Specialize in Steaks, Chops, and Baked Beans Telephone: 4-7646 1 1 111 zoioioiu ioioiz L 11 nz in fi in 1 1 14 in 1-p viozoi E ! ! o 20,0 v1o1nio3oio-r- 1 1 - - - 1 - 1 - 1 1 1 924120111zozozozozoioioioioz-ri again: Home-Dressed and Smoked Meats New Holland Meat Market BUTCHERS BUTTER AND CHEESE New Holland -:- Pennsylvania Phone: 4-8351 vin: 1 11:1:02o:o:o:o:o:n:o: : 11: Page Eiqhlyenin - ' YW" 'ff' ' ffff I 1-101011 Quin: ring nc-D1 is 111111111 worn:-A1--1 -if-1 1 1:1 301121:-14 Weber's Custom Millwork New Holland Planing Mill, lnc. ini-ni:vxfuguiuit-Lniuxnxl 1- :T 31:1 1v1n3u-iniuzuzn-in-Luv:-ri-Iiuxnini Phone: 4-2106 uxuxozoi nun: 1 '11 .,-..g. qu- qw- Phono: -l-001-fl New llolland, l'u. New Holland Sales Stables Q i LARGEST LIVESTOCK coMM1ss1oN ! ! IN THE EAST Q I SALE DAYS Monday-Ilorsos and Mules ' Wednesday-Dairy Vuttle and llogs ' ' Thursday-lleef Faltlc and Valves li. ll. Witmcr, President U i John ll. Gimrrich, Manatrcl' i i l Q ! 1 Q ' ' .lohn Northelmer i P a i n t e r i i Narvon. R. D. 2 -:- Pennsylvania Phone: 4-7105 E 2 Q i -..:,:.-2 -.-..:.,:.:.:.: : :.:.:.-..i. Pelfer Pontiac Co. . , , i i 5.30 West Mann Street i New Holland -:- Pennsylvania l'lwno: -1-0001 I l i 5 nz, 0,0 .1 Page N1 ly Qorxnim 3 -ini 011114-1 vi- 1 inzugniuxf an-you -an ne- ui:1:113:11:14riuiuz-:Loco-111 .lones 8: Mohancik NEW HOLLAND SALES STABLES RESTAURANT Fulton Struct New Holland -:- Pennsylvania Phono: 4-0021 1-1-11 101-T:-T11 it-101-vi-v1 in 21 in ui: 3 ini gui-'xoxox-wunuzvnou -:noun ICE CREAM A. Clarence Plank Co. Plumbing and Heating l'llom-: fl-8822 New Holland -: Pennsylvania H11 in-ini.-1--it L--101 110301011 3 v vi '11-1 -1--in-1 -up -1:1-it-1 -14- 2 Mini:-4:1-1 vinivx it-11-ioinioin nr- 11 1-11-111111211111 11111113111-111:11 211112 rioiuioioioi 3 131-:mini 2 -1- ---- 1 1 -121-rio-1:11 :oi 1: 11111131r:1r11az1n31r2o1u11 1111021 ,:, The Pub Home Cooking Famous for Delicious Platters and Sandwiches East Main Street New Holland -:- Pennsylvania Closed Sundays Phone: 4-8113 Q..-.-.Z : Q :.-.,-,: Q.: : -.:.:-.g. J. P. Ranck Paint and Body Works Polishing - Waxing Blue Ball -:- Pennsylvania fBack of the Planing Millj 10111112 11:1rz1n:u11v:oi:11: 1 11111020 Roberta's Children's Shop East Main Street New Holland -:- Pennsylvania Phone: 4-8121 11 31102111111 11112111 1 11111 Ruhinson's Department Store "The Ruby Store" Clothing - Shoes - Furnishings Dry Goods and Notions New Holland -:- Pennsylvania -.,-..g. Hi! i 1 lililllllii i Jill' ill? 1' lil A 0:0 020110111 1 2 MM 3 House of Photography A COMPLETE LINE OF CAMERAS Films and Supplies Sawyer Viewmasters Developing and Printing 237 E. Main Street New Holland, Pa 1o:oz1m11nio:11:1n:oi1x11n11ri1r1-1:11:31 ,g.,-.,-. 2 -.:..:.,-...-.,:.,-.,-..:.,.- -.. : Roy E. Ream Your Good Neighborhood Poultry and Egg Dealer i i i New Holland -:- Pennsylvania ! ! Phone: Oliice Phone: Residence 4-8831 4-8832 ! ! Q E A. J. Rodgers Notions - Groceries Q' s H 0 is s U - 3 H A R D W A R li Q Blue Ball -:- Pennsylvania U i E i l E 1 Earl Sauder I Q l 113 South Railroad Avenue U i H New Holland -:- Pennsylvania H C H g Phone: 4-0861 U i U i Page Ninety-one ... .aff ' o1oiu1u31r11s1 11 11 1 111 0101110101111011:13r30111103111 .lohn N. Sauder Auto Company Chevrolet - Oldsmobile KELVINATOR APPLIANCES i Q Ql'QKl1llQllQlll IQ Q VQUQ 11019: 1010101111011 1011 1 11 110:01 11 130113: 4:01011 1 A. R. Sensenig, Inc. Chrysler and Plymouth Sales and Service New Holland -:- Pennsylvania Plmne: 11-2284 011 am110:010g010111111g1 11 1-1: 111 11 11-11131'111101011110101111011113011020 M. S. Sensenig Frigidaire and Electrical Appliances YOUNGSTOWN KITCHENAIDER HOOVER SWEEP1-:RS New Holland -:- Pennsylvania 011111nz1101111011111v101010301011r111 1 1:11 10102031r11110i1ri1111r11110101 gzg Robert S. Shirk Sales - Wll.l.YS - Service Iflast Main Street New Holland -:- Pennsylvania I,ll0l1CI -1-2210 11 11 0111 11 11 1103011101010Z111311011o 0313011103111xx1x21111011 11 Leroy M. Sensenig Flour - Feed - Grain Hinkletown -:- Pennsylvania CEphrnla, R. ll. 3l Phone: 3-7701 2011011r11111110101030z1 12111011 'qw 1:1 110: Appliances and Wiring REFRIGERATORS Ranges Water Heaters Shirk Electrical Co. Phone: 4-0031 New Holland -:- Pennsylvania -11111-11111-11--9011 qp0qn0111qp0101011-11 ofmqm 1 11-1 1101 1104111011 1- 1111- gp--1 -1 Shirk's Grocery Fine Foods for Fine Folks Phono: 4-0821 New Holland -:- Pennsylvania 01011u101010101 1 1 1102030301011 WO -1 -1111-11-10:1-101011:01 1 in 1 1 11111-141111u1n1n111111110111 1 11:1 1: 1111111111 1114 14 11 1 11-cs 11 14 if 1 Showalter 81 Horning Dodge and Plymouth DODGE "JOB-RATED" TRUCKS Sales and Service NEW HOLLAND -:- PENNSYLVANIA W N ' -5 i Rgberl N, Schrgll LESTER SPINET PTANOS Insurance - Accounting MOTOROLA TELEVISION THX Service Slote Music Center phone: 4-8052 ll East Fulton street Phone: 3-sim New Holland -:- Pennsylvania Ephrala' Pennswvania U I i i Residence Phone: Business Phone: A Good Place to Eat . u . i i T01-fe Hill 5-3751 T01-1-Q Hill 5-27:11 Sprecher's A. W. Stauffer - D i . - . On Route 73, Near Bowmansvllle E I e C t r I C W e I d I n g Dinners and Lunches izcpairing of A11 Kinds of Machinery Phone: Terre Hill 5-2416 i Terre Hin -:- Pennsylvania i E 11v11111:n.11.1 -11 1 101111111111 111011021 0:0111-1111111111111 1 111-1v1u11111:1n11r.1u14 1:0111 1 1 11:11 1 11111111 111141111111 11:11:91-1 -1111 1111111101 111-3111-1 1 Snavely's Farm Service Allis-Chalmers Philco Case Radios - Refrigerators Farm Equipment Apex Washers and Cleaners WILSON-STEINHORST FREEZERS Complete Farm Equipment Sales and Service Telephone: 4-2214 New Holland, Pennsylvania 11 10111111-10111101111111-1111 1 111: 1 11.-1 1 1 -1 11114110101111zu1in11-1.u1n1v1n11:1u1 1 1, Wfi, nn, 11 1:1 P q- N ly ll ' "1 : T771 ' 71- 1- Vf 14u1uiu1fr1viLrQlll I1-11-13-hinting n Stauffer's Drug Store Phone: fl-2253 New Holland -:- Pennsylvania 1 vi 'vm co:-11-ii-1:-:wir-11: 3134 in: -ini ov ng rg ucv up 110101 1-11:1-viii Styer 8: Evans Real Estate and l n s u r a n c e Vlione: 4-2258 New Holland -:- Pennsylvania is-if-:uit 141111 11-101111010101111403 Tailors and Cleaners Hat Cleaning Ted the Cleaner 2-17 West Main Street New Holland -:- Pennsylvania Plinne: 4-84371 T ' ' rlmmer S Department Store FLOOR COVERlNG SPECIALISTS Phone: 4-2246 New Holland -:- Pennsylvania :Q 11 1:1101-if 11,11 '14-if-11-1011114 :san o 1:1110 Q 0:Olinilriniu1vIiriuivriuilrivrini.init Peggy Stone's Beauty Shop O 110 North Custer Avenue New Holland -:- Pennsylvania Phone: 4-8533 14-1 11 -1-103111-rivxnii 1111.1-.1-11,1 09:0 ozonioiuiu 10101114 1-ri 21 :ui ui-v3 vcr vi Tanart Leathercraft Co. Everything for Leathercraft 149 N. Third Street Philadelphia -:- Pennsylvania vi r?.r1n1uloiu1 1:1111 lui:-101 I: rio? e 0.01011 iuiuiniui 1111111 n:u1-vc! rg-msswi Terre Hill Hotel Under New Management 0 Hob Yenze and Tillie llelmnn Terre Hill -:- Pennsylvania sninioioir-1-4-1 1 1: vi 311111 ini:-ibn-1 ni: invinmirvioxozniurioioiui 1 :ini .lohn H. Troup Music House, lnc. Founded 1881 538 West, King Street Lancaster -:- Pennsylvania Phone: 7158 ,-,.,:. 9:01101 1 iz -an -1-1.1-14111114-11 1 11.04.0101 Page Ninety-lour tcuiuiuinioiwiuco aiu:-:1w1o1u1u1o11 Earl Union Potato Chips Wholesale and Retail Made By PAUL R. GOOD New Holland, R. 1 -:- Pennsylvania On Route 322, one and a half miles west of Blue Ball Phone: 4-9435 1 1:-1 11110101111 11111-1 ii: 101 11,11 Dr. A. E. Wascou Optometrist New Holland -:- Pennsylvania Edward C. Weaver Funeral Home Personalized Funeral Service Phone: 4-0011 1 v1 -1 -1: 11-111: 1 -11-apvivgpx fem-1:1111 'Say It With Flowers . . . Wenger's Flowers For Every Occasion Leacock -:- Pennsylvania 1101 1 111 1 1 -1 1,1-1 1 1 1140 o1r1n1n1n1 in 1 iq: '11 1-11,11 1 1-11 1011 111-111 1 1 cw 1-1111 1-111 oi 1-111 11111101 1- ev mu vosuvniuiualb' 1 fo 2 u U H Q od o 4 .:, 0.0 Q U u l U l 'E ! U Q3 1 o 0.4 ll li U U U Q ! u D i 40:0 fo i e 'Q - .111 . -,. . 1. ., 'ii g Page Ninety-f 14:1 viuiuzoiuinniexioiuiniuiuiuiui Samuel Wagner Amoco Service Station WASHING - LUBRICATION ACCESSORIES Narvon, R. 1 -:- Pennsylvania Phone: 4-7108 0:0101 ni 1 10101: 111101411 vioiuir in 101 1 1111110141111-:az nz 1 1111 C. R. Weaver Real Estate and Insurance New Holland -:- Pennsylvania 0:0 11:1 11 1 1:11 1 1: 1 1111: 1: 11 1: in: 0:0101 11 ini ri 1: 1 1 1: 1: 1 1 v1 fini Weaver's Memorials 0 Phone: 4-8021 New Holland -:- Pennsylvania 'Q '4 wx:-11 :ug wr 11111111 11-1 1 wx 10 1:4114 1 '11 11 :nz .11 1 11 :nous-1101011-an W. W. Weaver Jeweler Best Wishes to the Class of 1951 .1101-1-11-1:-1 1 1 1:1 1 1 11014 :4r1u1-r1o:wi- 14:10:03 ri 101431111-I 0 ego liivllvl' Freamier . l White Oak Farms i Dairy Products Farm Maid lce Cream Terre Hill -:- Pennsylvania Phone: 11-my mu 5-2511 Q y Q U , 1 W l T M E R S I U Electrical Appliance Store l 252 liust Main Strom-L New Holland -:- Pennsylvania Q Q U l r Young s 5 and 10 1 F I-'IS East, Main Street New Holland -:- Pennsylvania l -.......-......-.,... -. -..- -.,-..-. - .-. -......g. ozong ui efoixni 13 1: 1 Quiz: qs Harvey Wise Stone and Brick Mason Bowmansville -:- Pennsylvania Phone: Terre llill 5-3651 1-vu -gm Qs- no:-1 1-1-1 14 14-1 1 1:1 Elmer R. Witmer Bus Service East Earl. R. 1 -:- Pennsylvania Phono: New llullund 4-7199 011:-on -1 10241 101 -101 21121111 Wright's Bakers of Quality BREAD For Over Sixty-seven Years Bakery Foods Make Your Meals Complete 021:14 Zvi -in in in 10101014-14-1 14 1 14 14:14rx-riwxoi-,1o1n:4 r14i1..2413w34 -1 :gon 1:1-if-41 zoo: -:vi -14-101014 101014 14:1 ri ni Your Headquarters For T A S T Y C H E E S E Imported or Domestic Meyer Zausner, lnc. Dairy Products Manufacturers NEW HOLLAND -:- PENNSYLVANIA Paqr- N ,tye ' . 1.-Qoxuzog-111,gui-13-:gui 12 vi ni 14-1 cp. -' :4--o-4i-o--f3n- -v3u-o-- og: ifnioiuioi lui' 3' an 3' 14 1 ini: 1011 iniuiniuin 1111214111 David N. Zimmerman P A V l N G 0 East Earl - Pennsylvania Phone: New Holland 4-7301 141034rininininliuiniv1030101021 Jacob S. Zimmerman Cabinet and Millwork Formica and Stainless Steel Sink Tops Phone: Terre Hill 5-2426 Gooclville -:- Pennsylvania 1 1 130101011 1 in 1 vinioiniuioinricozs oi 1:11 1413011 11113 1 3 3: ni: ui 1 ui -1011-1 1 ri: 1 1:31241 1:01 1 vi air iniuiuinil1111031niniuioioivri Jacob B. Zimmerman ELECTRICIANS Plumbing and Heating Contractors Hardware Blue Ball -:- Pennsylvania Phone: New Holland 4-7524 1010101 miniuiuivrioioiui qui Sauder Bros. Ford Tractors and lmplements R e p a i r i n g 325-327 vvest Main sewer New Holland -:- Pennsylvania iuioioxuiuiuvinic ioioinininic RJ School Photographer i'il1lillQl QI Q02 lQllQlli l ll0ll!lUl'lZIl QU, 'lllll ,- ,-, " Page Ninety-s e 1:1111 1:1 1511. -pu: in-1: 1.12111 110101 vioiuinii 1 ri' 1 vi iv: 1 1-1 111 .911 lalareci a fi on L M A The Leoninus Business Staff of 1951 wishes to thank the students, members of the faculty, and all the other organizations that have made possible the publication of this yearbook. We are very grateful to Miss Virginia M. Hoffman and Mr. Roy W. Brandau, the teachers in charge of the Editorial and Business Staffs, to the teachers who gave us the use of their class time, to The Clarion Office, who took care of the printing and bindingg to Mr. Peel for his fine photographic work, and to all the members of the staffs who gave hours of their time to the development and completion of this publi- cation. To the subscribers of our advertisements, we are especially grate- ful. These advertisers have given us their cooperation in making our yearbook a success. Let us all show our appreciation by reading their contributions and patronizing the contributors. MARGARET A. FRANKE, Business Manager WY Y Page Ninety-eight ,L-,.i'- V---- 17-W +1n14r:u3n1: 1019+ is 1014-3011 301034 in 1 :ie 101:11 ioioioie .!4llt0gl"6l,,0A6 QH1 OPC! I1 ll,l'l'l QW P C Hdd - ' if QA F a?5-:gag tg. 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