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

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3 ,f GOEJIQ .X4l'll'lLUQI"56l,l"g Wea! .irloffancl .gilzoof Qgrcwluafzond I! ff P Uofunxe ufenf - wo 6 7 e C of Q fl o ?!L'lU ,ullfnlllll ,MVA SAIJII! f vw ,lla :UUA ' enruyfuania OPQLUOI' Frfty years have passed smce thrs h1qh school was founded by our forefathers who saw the necess1ty of provrdmq the future gen erat1or1s Wrth an mstttutlon where therr knowl edge could be furthered The hxqh schools hfty years of servrce to the commumty has prompted us to use the Golden Anruversary as our theme of the 1955 Leomnus The drscs wh1ch r1se from our treasure chests symbohze the varrous phases of school l1fe We the edrtors of the Leonmus w1sh to thank both the faculty members and all stu dems vho have contrrbuted to the success of thls venture THE EDITORS li,--li-v -11 l1 . 1 11 . H 1 1 1 .. lf A-4 t l . LZ 3400! .jidfory The first school in New Holland was founded in l786, by Rev. Frederick Melsheimer. This school was also said to have been the first "Free School" in Pennsylvania. lledzcaticn services for the first school were neld on December 26, l787. lf. QE! ine Method1st Meetzriq House took the place cf the early school- 'W 'use and also served as the school until l87S. A school building was erected Li Q5274. The present school louildtnq Corzipleted in l925, and in February, l938, a two-story annex was dedicat- '.-flirh :nade niore erfectrve teaching rossmle because of added space and Zaciiztzes. Page Four le LC6Ltl0I'l 'Vlembus of the fiftleth gwdudtmg clnss wlsh to Cl6Cl1C zte thls Golden 'XHIIIVGISIIY ISSUE of the Leonlnus to you, M1 B1 xndau beuuse you have helped to gulde LS through foun of 0111 hlgh school Sefus Som keen busmess sense helped us ove1 many of Lhe lough spots as we smuggled to 1111111121111 our budget and stlll fulfill ou! schedule of iCtlYltl8S vnth Xou1 xbllltx to make the Lld'wSl00l11 .1 pleu int plug 111 vshlnh to studw ll uc vxon Nou the f1lC,llllSh1p of those vsho h1ve knnxxn xou these yefus The dedlc 1t1on of thls xeubook to xou, M1 Blallildll, IS oul xx xx of s lvmg thank Vou g I O ' 1 U 1 ' 11. 1 77 ' 1 1 ' 1 v 1 .2 Y .2 v , , . , . . 1 ' i1 L my L 1 ' 7' , ' , I, U , 1 1 -77 1 1 1 v - 4 ' 1 I 1 - ' 1 .1 1 A 2 r . v. ' -1. Your conggenial mzmnel' and fine sense of humor, combined ,' l, . 2 -1 . 1 , . .fs . . 1:2 1 ., I ' ,E ' ' 1 v v y 1- 1 1 l ' 'z j sz ,' "' ' ' , :'. 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WEAVER Grade 1 Wyoming Seminary Bloomsburg State Teachels College MISS MARY C HOOI EY Grade 9 Pennsylvama State Umvexslty MISS LUCINDA TAYLOR Grade 2 Pennsylvanla State Umvclslty MRS EDNA OVERI 3 C xade 3 Mlllclsxllle Stlte Teichels Colle L MRS MARGUERITE SHONTZ Grade 3 Millexsvllle State Teachers College Pennsylvanla State University MISS MARY A HARSH Glade 4 lVllll6lSVlll6 State Teachels College MRS ANNIA S DILLER Glade 5 llfIlll6lSVlll6 State Teachels College MRS. JOSEPHINE SCHOENEMAN Grades 5 and 6 Midwestern University, Wichita Falls, Texas Kutztown State Teachers College l Page Eleven jk? MRS GRACE SIMMERS Grade 6 Towson State Teachers College Unlverslty of Delawaxe MRS A VARY BEAR Engllsh Albllght Collegz MRS CLIO BRANDAU Physlcal Educatlon Mathematlcs West Chester State Teachers College MR ROY W BRANDAU Commelcxal Umvelslty of Pans France Bloomsbmg State Teachels College f 6' jk? gadukg MR. SCOTT GARMAN Soci'xl qtudies Mathemwtics Incllmn qtxte Telchers College MR J KENNETH HERR Industllal Arts Nllll9lSVIll9 Qtite Teichelb College MRS MARGARET E HESS Soclal Studles West Chester State Tewchels College NIR D-XXID KILLI ER Alt Ixutftown qtxte Teachus College MISS MAY I KLINE Home Economlcs and Engllsh Mansfield State Teachels College Beaver College Pa Q9 Fourteen ,1il . . l,ggi.." MR DONALD A SHEAFFER Sclcncc Kutztown State Teachels College MR RICHARD K STOCKTON Physlcal Educatlon and Health Soclal Studles Temple Umverslty MISS EI IZABETH M TROXELL Mfxthematxcs Gettyebulg, College Permsvlvxmx State Umvezelty I 3 'Lv' K we gdCMAg MR PAUL H WHITE Muslc Lebanon Valley College MISS RUTH A WITMAN Languages Temple Unlverslty Lebanon Valley College MRS MIRIAM RITFAU School Nuxse ZW? MISS QHIRI EY D RUOSS School Secletaly M F1 ec Page Sixteen 571, SZAOJ 52 ff 15 M13 Anna Plankhousel Mlm Lydla Glant Mr. George S. Good Mr. Lloyd Burkey A ! l SE IORS I eniord fl., gikieflr grawluazfing GZULZM H Motto Happy ls the Man That Fmcletlr Wzsdom Class Colors Red and White Class Flower Wlrzte Rose wzth Red Trng OFFICERS al R1l1aa'lWa1nDo Se refary Syluza An R Treasurer Ma Ann Kulz . CK . . ,Y : . . . Q Presi en! ---- 'C r ri mmol Vice Presiclenf ---- Gene Allen Lowry c ---- ' n uoss - - - - rie Robert Willis Aungst December 14, 1937 "BOD" Tennis 1435 Basketball 11,2,3,435 Student Council 11,2,3,435 Band 12,335 Chorus 13,435 Baseball 11,235 Soccer 11,2,3,43 This handsome lad has been a member of our class since first grade. "Bob" has proven his love for sports throughout his high school years by his capable participation in basketball, soccer, tennis, and baseball. He has also been active in many other school activities. Looking into the future, "Bob" is uncertain as to what field he will specialize in, but he will definitely enter college. Ronald Paul Bensinger June 6, 1937 "Ben" Student Council 1435 Chorus 1435 Junior Play 1335 Senior Play 1435 Leoninus Editorial Staff 1435 Manager 11,235 Film Staff 11,2,3,-43 A witty remark or a hearty laugh and you can be sure of "Ben's" presence. Some other points of "Ben's" in- dividuality are his rolling walk and splendid physique. Photography holds an attraction for "Ben", as does the local fire hall. Being chairman of one of the fire company's committees is his favorite avocation. "Ben" plans to become a tool and die maker and will attend Wyomissin: Polytechnic Institute. Robert Douglas Burns September 215, 1937 "Mose" Upper Leacock: Chorus 113 New Holland: Basketball 123 "Mose" joined us in tenth grade from Upper Leacock. Cars, regardless of make, model, or motor, are of great interest to "Mose". A membership card in the "Axle Snapper's Custom Club" is "Bob's prized possession. Listening to music from the hills of VVest Virginia also provides a source of enter- tuinment for him. Because of his interest in the mechanical field, "Mosc" hopes to enter this work after graduation. 5 fuclitli Coy April 2, 1937 "Judy" Band 13,41g Chorus 12,3,41g Patrol 11,2,3,419 T.C.N. Business Staff 13,415 Leoninus Business Staff 1413 Cheerleading 13,413 T.C.N. Business Manager 141 'Judy" joined us in the seventh grade and in the en- suing years her pleasant manner has won her many friends. Her giggle can often be heard when she's with a group of companions. As a varsity cheerleader this year, "Judy" displayed her enthusiasm in helping cheer the basketball team to victory. 'Judy" expects to do secretarial work after graduation md her commercial abilities should prove to be an asset. Charlotte fean Davis Api 11 2, 1938 "Barney" Caernarvon: Student Council 1115 Band 1113 Chorus 11,215 Welshman Editorial Staff 121 New Holland: Chorus 13,41g Editorial Staff 141 Charlotte can be heard, if not seen, for her infectious liughter fills the rooms from September to June. This attractive brunette lass is fortunate enough to possess a Baldwin electric organ, and her playing portrays talent and depth of feeling. After graduation, Charlotte hopes to enter West Chester State Teachers College and major in elementary education. Glenn Allan Dissinger March 6, 1937 "Glenn" Basketball 11,211 Chorus 1413 Junior Play 131: Leoninus Business Staff 1413 Soccer 12,3,41 No matter what the occasion may be, Glenn can always be counted on for a droll remark to make you laugh. His jovial disposition and pleasing' personality have grained him many friends. Fond of all sports, Glenn proved an asset to the soccer team this year. His spare hours are spent working! at the Acme. Glenn's plans for the future are not definite but our best wishes will follow him in everything he undertakes. Page Twenty 5 Richard Martin Dommel August 14, 1937 "Dick" Basketball 1313 Student Council 1413 Junior Play 1313 Senior Play 1413 Leoninus Editorial Staff 1413 Manager 11,213 Film Staff 12,3,413 Class President 141 As our senior class president, "Dick" always seems to have some weighty problem with which to cope. However, he has performed his presidential duties very capably. "Dick" loves boating and spends many happy hours sailing on the Chesapeake Ray. Building radio equipment is another of his hobbies. Pennsylvania State University will be the scene of "Dick's" future education. He will study horticulture, specializing in frozen food production. Carol Ann Duck September 26, 1937 "Carol" Student Council 11,2,313 Band 11,2,313 Chorus 13,413 Patrol 11,2,313 Junior Play 1313 Quill and Scroll 13,413 T.C.N. Editorial Staff 13,413 Class Treasurer 1313 Cheerleading 11,2,313 Hockey 12,31 Dark hair, brown eyes and a pleasing disposition charac- terize this small miss. Carol has supported her school by participating in many activities. She can always be seen on the sidelines cheering for the teams. She displayed her artistic ability by doing cartoon work for the Town Clock News. Although undecided as to future plans, Carol will surely be a credit to any field of endeavor which she chooses. Larry Paul Evans December 12, 1937 "l.'xrry" Haseball 1l,2,3,-113 Basketball 1l,12.2l,-I 1: Student Council 13,1115 Band 11,213 Leouinus Editorial Staff 1413 Soccer 13,41 Quiet, but quick-witted, describes Larry, a popular lad who has been with us since first grade. His dry sense of humor and shy manner have made him a friend to all. Larry proved his love for sports by playing varsity basketball, soccer and baseball. A career in chemical engineering is Larry's goal for the future, and he will attend Georgia Institute of Tech- nology. 6 folzn Andrew Flora February 27, 1937 "John" Tennis 11,2,3,43g Basketball 11,2,3,43g Soccer 11,2,3, 433 Student Council 11,2,33g Band 11,2,3,43g Chorus 11,2,3,43, Quill and Scroll 13,435 T.C.N. Editorial Staff 11,2,3,43g Class President 12,33g County Band 113g Student Council Treasurer 123, Student Council Vice President 133, Co-Captain Soccer Team 13,43 This short, versatile senior is one of the most active members of the class. Having chosen soccer as his favorite sport, John was a member of the varsity team for four years. In his senior year he was chosen as Lancaster County's outstanding player. After graduation, "Johnny" plans to attend Temple University as a physical education major. A Lucille Faye Geliman March 22, 1937 "Lucy" Band 12,43 Q Chorus 11,2,3,43, Patrol 11,2,3,43g Senior Play 1435 T.C.N. Business Staff 1435 Leoninus Business Staff 1433 County Chorus 12,43 "Don't come in the door," was often heard from "Lucy" as she was on patrol every day in the halls. Lucille's love for music is one of her characteristics. Her soprano voice can be heard in the senior chorus. When counting assets, one can not overlook her blonde hair and jovial personality. She has worked hard at fulfilling her ambition to do general office work. Aclele Marie Gingrich March 23, 1937 "Adele" Basketball 123, Hockey 12,3,43, Band 12,3,43g Junior Play 1339 Senior Play 143, Quill and Scroll 13,433 T.C.N. Business Staff 11,235 T.C.N. Editorial Staff 11,2,3,43g T.C.N. Feature Editor 143, Leoninus Ed- itorial Staff 143: Ileoninus Co-Editor 143, District Chorus 13,433 County Chorus 12,435 School Lib1'ar- ian 143 "Busy as a bee" is the phrase for Adele, for she is one of the most versatile members of the class. School and church activities a1'e important in her daily cu1'riculum. Music plays a vital role in Adele's life. She plays the organ, piano and saxophone, and because of her fine soprano voice, she is often asked to do solo work. Adele's chosen career is music, and she plans to study at Manchester College in Indiana. Paqe Twenty-Iwo lfl1',r, iff" john Robert Gossert May 113, 11337 "Gossert" Salisbury: Basketball 11,333 Soccer 1333 Chorus 11,2,333 Yearbook Editorial Stall' 1333 Baseball 11,2,333 Soccer Co-Captain 133 New Holland: Soccer 1433 Basketball 143 John is a comparatively new member of our set, having come from Salisbury at the beginning of our senior year. It didn't take him long, however, to gain the friendship of many of his classmates. During the year he was a mem- ber of both the soccer and basketball squads. John's love of fun and good humor has made him well- liked during his year with us. His future plans are indefinite. Ferne Elaine Grubb June 11, 1937 "Ferne" Student Council 11,2,-133 Chorus 1433 Patrol 11,2,333 Junior Play 1333 T.C.N. Business Staff 1433 Leoninus Editorial Staff 1433 Class Treasurer 1233 Cheerlead- ing 11,23g School Secretary 133 An ambition to become a stenographer seized this tall, dark-haired girl and led her through N. H. H. S. The tallest girl of the class, Ferne is always neat and becomingly dressed. Ferne is active, full of ideas and al- ways ready for fun. At dances she can be seen doing what comes naturally for Ferne-dancing. Ferne plans to establish herself in an oHice. Shirley Ann Harnish October 13, 11337 "Shirley" Hockey 14 3 3 Student Council 124 3 3 Chorus 13 3 3 Senior Play 1433 Quill and Scroll 13,433 T.C.N. Business Staff 13,-13: T. C. N. Editorial Staff 1l,2, 3,433 'I'.C.N. Associate Editor 143 Plenty of determination and high ideal are character- istics of this young lady. She has proved her journalistic abilities as associate editor of the Town Clock News. Playing.: fullback on the hockey field, Shirley gave plenty of opposition to the other teams. Shirley's keen interest in consumer education should be an aid to her in her anticipated career as a housewife. Kearney Lee Hillard May 28, 1938 "Pee-Wee" Salisbury: Basketball 1315 Basketball Captain 1313 Baseball 11,2,31g Baseball Captain 1313 Band 11,2, 315 Band President 1313 Chorus 11,2,31g Senior Play 1319 Soccer 1315 County Band 131g County Chorus 1113 Class President 12,31 New Holland: Band 141 With his sparkling brown eyes and ready smile, Kearney joined our class this year from Salisbury. The mellow notes of Kearney's trumpet can be heard in our band. Sports are also of special interest to him and he was an able member of the Salisbury teams. Kearney's plans for the post-graduation period are still being formulated. james Newton Houck September 13, 1937 "Jim" Basketball 11,213 Chorus 1415 Senior Play 1413 T.C.N. Business Staff 1415 Soccer 11,2,3,41g Base- ball 121 "Jim's" 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 classmates. Most of his spare time is spent working on his car which he likes to keep in the best of condition. As "Danny Silleto" in the senior play, he displayed a considerable amount of dramatic talent. That of a barber and electrician are the two occupations "Jim" will fill after graduation. Robert Arthur facoby September 10, 1937 "Bob" Junior Play 1313 Leoninus Editorial Staff 1413 Manager 11,2,3,413 Film Staff 11,2,3,41 This lad is a native New Hollander, and can chalk up twelve years of attendance at the New Holland Schools. "Bob" can often be seen as a manager of all athletic teams for he has capably filled this position since seventh grade. When "Bob's" name was added to the Nav ' y Reserves, Uncle Sam discovered the potential worth in this New Hol- land High School graduate. Page Twen' rc T' Robert Donald Kurtz October 8, 1936 "Bob" Salisbury: Band 11,2,31g Chorus 11,2,31g Play 1315 Yearbook Business Staff' 131 New Holland: Band 1415 Select Chorus 141 Although "Bob" is one of the more reserved members of our class, he has proved himself a congenial and pleasing friend to all. "Bob" was an immediate asset to the high school band when he came from Salisbury with his sax. Much of his spare time is spent playing with a local dance band. If Uncle Sam doesn't claim this fellow, he will probably work with his father as a plumber. Marie Ann Katz September 1, 1937 "Marie" Patrol 11,2,3,41g Chorus 11,215 Leoninus Editor 1415 Senior Play 1413 Class Treasurer 1413 School Treasurer 131 Marie is easily distinguished by her long, dark hair. She became a member of our class in the eighth grade and was immediately well-liked because of her pleasing manner. As editor of the Leoninus, she displayed her fine quali- ties of leadership and initiative. Marie's future definitely points in the direction of marriage, which will be the fulfillment of her dreams. Leon Hess Liclity November 13, 1937 "Leon" Senior Play 141 "Yes, sir!" These were the words frequently spoken by Leon in his senior play role of "VVing", the Chinese valet, which he filled very well. Perhaps Leon was not actively associated with many school functions: nevertheless he was always willing to give his support. Leon is very interested in the field of mechanics: how- ever, he has not definitely decided what he will do after graduation. Gene Allen Lowry June 5, 1937 "Gene" Tennis 11,2,3,45g Basketball 11,2,3,45g Film Staff 11,2,3,45g School President 1455 Soccer 11,2,3,45g Class Vice President 13,453 T.C.N. Editorial Staff 1355 Student Council 145 Gene climaxed his twelve years at New Holland High School by very capably filling the office of school president. An avid sports enthusiast, Gene participated in soccer, bas- ketball, and tennis during his high school years. A care or a worry soon vanished when your path crossed this fellow with personality plus. Gene's future plans are indefinite, but he possesses qualities that should gain him success in any field he chooses. foan Gertrude Lowry June 5, 1937 "Joanie" Hockey 11,2,3,453 Student Council 13,45: Band 1l,2, 3,45g Patrol 11,2,3,45g Senior Play 1455 T.C.N. Business Staff 1l,2,3,45g Yearbook Business Staff 1455 Student Council Secretary 1353 Cheerleading 11,2,3,45g T.C.N. Advertising Manager 1353 T.C.N. Business Manager 145 Joan has served her Alma Mater well during her twelve years of attendance at New Holland High School. As goalie of the hockey team, "Joanie's" main objective was to prevent opponents from scoring. ' Portraying the part of "Depression", the colored maid, in the senior play, "Joanie" had everyone splitting their sides with laughter. The business world has beckoned and this capable secre- tary will follow. Charles Roland Miller June 6, 1937 "Chas" Yearbook Business Stuff 1453 Yearbook Business Manager 145 "I got my limit," or "that one was so big I couldn't pull him out of the stream," can often be heard from "Chas" be- cause he is an ardent hunter and fisherman. Each Fall "Chas" goes hunting for small game and deer. Charles is a true friend to everyone and is glad to help whenever he is able. In the future Charles plans to be a game protecto1'. Page 'lwe-:ity-six Thomas Edward Miller November 23, 1937 "Tom" Salisbury: Basketball 135g Band 11,2,35g Chorus 1353 Senior Play 135, Baseball 11,255 County Chorus 135g Class Treasurer 12,35 Tall and silent, with an engaging smile, "Tom" adopted our school as the scene of his final year of high school. Although his favorite pastimes seem to be sleeping and driving, "Tom" works in a greenhouse when not attending school. Hillbilly music is also a source of enjoyment to him. Working will be "Tom's" occupation after graduation, but as to what and where, he is not positive. William Ralph Pennock, fr. December 29, 1937 "Bill" Salisbury: Band 11,2,35g Chorus 11,2,35g Patrol 1355 Play 1353 Yearbook Editorial Staff 135, District Chorus 1353 County Chorus 1355 Operetta 11,25 New Holland: Band 1455 Chorus 145g Senior Play 145 When "Bill" came to New Holland High School this year he brought with him his outstanding acting ability which he displayed in the Senior Play as "Dr. Bunn." "Bill" is also an ardent reader of the latest books and periodicals. He spends many hours organizing and partici- pating in church activities. To be a minister is "Bill's" goal in life and he hopes to enter college after graduation. Dorothy Grace Plank January 1, 1938 "Dot" Basketball 1253 Hockey 12,3,45g Band 11,2,3,-153 Chorus 11,2,3,45g Patrol 125: Leoninus Editorial Staff 1453 Manager 1155 Cheerleading 145 Frank, but friendly, this jovial lass has been one of our number for twelve years. Always a busy girl, "Dot" can be seen supporting her school teams both as a cheerleader and a fullback on the hockey team. "Dot's" willingness to aid others has resulted in her choosing nursing as a career. She plans to enter the Har- risburg Hospital as a student nurse this fall. Page 'f e ii Marian func Plank June 1, 1937 "Marian" Band 11,2,3,43g Chorus 11,2,3,43g Leoninus Business Staff 1433 District Band 1433 County Band 13,43 Marian is one of the more reserved, quiet members of the class, but she can always be depended upon to carry out any responsibility given to her. Much of her time is spent tooting her "licorice stick" in the band, for one of her greatest interests is music. Marian plans to enter nurses training after graduation, and her pleasing manner should carry her far in her chosen career. Patricia Marie Ranck October 14, 1937 "Patty" Hockey 123,433 Band 125,-133 Chorus 123,433 Patrol 11,253,433 Junior Play 133: Senior Play 1433 Leoninus Editorial Staff 1433 Class Vice President 1233 Cheerleader 13,43 Short and peppy describes ou1' "Patty," Her blonde head can often be seen in the center of a laughing group. "Patty" showed her acting ability in both productions of the class plays. Hockey took up most of her time in the field of sports, and the cheerleading squad was fired by her enthusiasm for two years. "Patty" plans to attend college and major in physical education. Vernon Lee Ream August 22, 1937 "Ream" Tennis 12,3,-135 Soccer 11,2,3,43g Soccer Co-Captain 143 Possessing a car, Vernon whittles away his time rolling over the roads in search of new excitement of which he never fails to be in the midst. Many might doubt the statement that Vernon is the safest driver in school. As co-captain of the 1535-1 soccer team he led the team to cop the county championship laurels. Vernon is not decided as to what he will do after gradu- ation. Page Tvvexvyfeiqlit f Y Sylvia Ann Ruoss April 4, 1937 "Red" Hockey 13,413 Hockey Co-Captain 1413 Chorus 12,3, 413 Patrol 11,2,3,413 Junior Play 1313 Senior Play 141g Quill Sz Scroll 13,413 T.C.N. Editorial Staff 11,2,3,413 Leoninus Editorial Staff 1413 Class Secre- tary 11,2,3,413 T.C.N. Editor 1413 T.C.N. Associate Editor 1315 Cheerleading 11,2,3,413 This lively redhead is one of our most willing and de- pendable classmates. To be idle is not one of Sylvia's traits, for she always has some task to perform. She serves as editor of the Town Clock News and engages in many other activities, both at school and at church. Her ambition for the future is to enter Moody Bible Institute in Chicago. Betty Lou Russell July 9, 1937 "Lou" Camp Lejune: Basketball 12,313 Student Council 121: Devilpup Business Staff 12,31Q Yearbook Busi- ness Staff 12,313 Class Vice President 1313 Cheer- leader 131 New Holland: Band 11,413 Manager 1113 Yearbook Business Staff 141 There's never a dull moment when this dark-haired little miss is around. As our high-stepping drum majorette she sparked the high school band with her baton twirling abilities and able leadership. "Lou: goes by the slogan, "a day without laughter is ill spent. Though she attended five years at New Holland High School, her sophomore and junior years were spent at Camp Lcjune, North Carolina. "Lou" is planning a career as an airline hostess. Ted Robert Simmons July 27, 1937 "Ted" Salisbury: Chorus 11,213 Film Staff 11,21 New Holland: Yearbook Business Stall' 141 Unlike most redheads, Ted has no violent temper. His even disposition has marked him as one of the most genial lads of our class. Ted came to New Holland from Salisbury in our Junior year. To enforce the laws of Pennsylvania will be Ted's duty when he fulfills his ambition to become a state policeman after graduation from New Holland High School. Page 'T e n Sandra Rae Spotts January 4, 1937 "Sandra" Student Council 11.2,3,43: Patrol 1233 T.C.N. Busi- ness Staff 1433 Class President 113 Sandra has a natural interest in chic w'1rdrobes. See those long, bright, red socks coming' down the hall, that's she. You can find her in the middle of a group of students, calling each and everyone of them "VVhitey" and doing' some- thing' funny to make them laugh. As a commercial student, Sandra is prep'-ring' to be a stenographer. Hers will be an interesting' future-a lot of fun, and a lot of friends. Thelma fean Spotts June 14, 1937 "Dash" Salisbury: Band 112,333 Chorus 11,2,33Q Junior Play 1233 Yearbook Editorial Staff 1333 County Band 1333 Vice President 12,333 State Chorus 1333 Baseball 11,23Q Operetta 123 New Holland: District Chorus 11,3,433 County Chorus 11,3,43Q Band 143, Chorus 143 Music and Thelma are synonymous. She plays a trumpet in the band and is a member of the alto section of the chorus. Attending' District and State Chorus were high- lights of her school years. Thelma joined our class in the Senior year, coming from Salisbury. A roller skating' fan, she frequently finds time to pursue her favorite sport. Thelma hopes to continue teaching' piano to her pupils after graduation and continue with music as a hobby. Maxie Earl Talbot September 123, 153313 "Max" Chorus 1433 Leoninus Business Stall' 1433 T.C.N. Circulation Manager 143 filischievous, clown, prankstcrfthcsc are all adjectives that well describe Maxie. lt has been said by the commercial students that with- out Maxie, it is a dull day. Extra-curricular activities were not on his agenda bc- cause working filled his after-school hours. Although a member of the Naval Reserve, his plans for the future are indefinite. Page Tltzrfy Ronald Lewis Taylor July 1, 1938 "Ronnie" Basketball 11,2,3,49g Junior Play 1393 Senior Play 149, Quill 81 Scroll 13,495 T.C.N. Editorial Staff 12,3,49g Leoninus Business Staff 149, Film Staff 12,3,49g Soccer 11,495 Baseball 11,2,3,49 Though the youngest member of the graduating class, "Ronnie" is one of the top students scholastically. Sports represent the main interest of his life and he participated in soccer, basketball and baseball while in school. Much of his spare time is spent working in his father's grocery store. "Ronnie" plans to further his education at King's Col- lege, Delaware, where he will major in business adminis- tration. Earls Welsh Tolin January 30, 1938 "Junie" Basketball 11,293 Chorus 149 5 Junior Play 139g Leoninus Editorial Staff 149, Soccer 12,3,49g Base- ball 11,2,3,49 "Junie," one of the easy-going members of this class, joined our ranks from Lemoyne, Pennsylvania, in the sev- enth grade. Hunting "Junie," you might see his sun-gold Chevrolet at the fire hall or find him home in bed. When there is work to be done, he is nowhere to be found. Earls plans to enter Duke University with the object of being a pediatrician. folm Lightner Wagner September 18, 1937 "Jack" Chorus 149, Manager 1195 Film Staff 13,49 John is one of the 27 seniors who have climbed the entire twelve rungs of the educational ladder in the New Holland Schools. As the son of our fire chief, "Jack" has a natural in- terest m firefighting. His daily habitat is the local fire hall. "Jack" is not certain what he will do following gradua- tion, but he may enter a school of pharmacy. Iago Thirty- Edward Wakely August Z1 1937 Patrol flj Quiet Ed is one tiue friend vshen you become quamted with hlm Shy yes but not the wzllflowei vallety for Ed always on hand when there is something to do Many of Eds waking hours are spent trappin l w ys up early in the morning to go look what he caught Although Fds future is umeltun hell most likely be working for Untle Sam Phyllis Loree Weber Nlav 3 1936 Phi sketball 423 Hockey 1 14? nc -1 f l'l0lllN 4b io noi Pl av 3 I eomnus Edlt,01l xl qtaff 141 Cheerleading, 11.2 343 Hotkev Co Captain 1-lb With hel dttldLt1V9 eyes and peppv personality Phil added much color to the Class of 55 Phil participated in many varied 'xctivities where her helping h'1nd could be traced. VVhen our teams needed cheering from the sidelines we depended upon Phyllis who displayed her enthusiasm as a cheerleader. Teaching the three Rs to eager faced Jacks and Jills is Phyllis goal 'ind she will enter Millersville Qtate Teachers Follege in the full. Eflen Elizabeth Wenger . ' l'L'l1 of 12 I ' hllgn L isbury: Band 112' ' orus '7 33' qenior '15 . ' 'se '1 ' 2 .' w lloll'1nd: 'nr ' orus ougfh Ellen was vith s j e jear, her swe- personiility and friendly smile immediately won the hearts of her classmates. Music is one of Ellen's m':in interests and a great deal of her spare time is spent playing' clarinet with the "Blue Votes" Orchestra. A commercial student in school, Ellen plans to study to become a beautlclan after graduation. OT ferrold Rex West April 13, 1937 "Spears" Tennis 1335 Basketball 12,3,4bg Senior Play 14D Hailing from the "Hawkeye" state of Iowa, this lanky six footer entered New Holland High School in grade seven. Through the years his quiet but pleasant manner has won him the friendship of all his classmates. "Jerry's" favorite sport is basketball, and his height was an asset to him as he participated on the varsity team. "Jerry" looks forward to attending Drexel Institute of Technology to study engineering, his chosen vocation. Thomas Martin l'Wtman March 115, 1937 "Tom" Baseball 11,255,435 Basketball 11,2,3,4jg Soccer 13,41 A sly grin is always the clue that tells you "Tom" is enjoying another one of his practical jokes. His subtle sense of humor has made him a pleasant fellow to be around. Sports claim most of "Tom's" interest and time. Al- though basketball is his favorite, he also played soccer and baseball during his school days. 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E GERTIE RANGER TOMMY RANGER MRS HARPER OPAL PEEBLES BILL BLODGETT OFFICER O BANION SHIRLEY BOND IANIE CARR BOB DRAKE IACK NORTON Ist MAN 2nd MAN LARRY SIMMS Drrectcr Mr A Mary Bear SETTING fny mall Amerrcan crty Frme The present A all venrng Act One Ervethrrty to seven Act Tfvo A Iew m nutes ater Act Three About ten ocloclc the same nrgnt SYNOPSIS Patty Ranclc Sylvra Ruoss Ronald Taylor Adele Gmgrrch Phyllls Weber Earls Tolrn Rrchard Dommel Carol Duck Ferne Grubb Robert Iacoby Glenn Drssrnger Ronald Bensmger Glenn Drssrnger Robert Iacoby When young Tommy Ranger and hrs mte Gertrc d Qrde to ste out on t re evenrng of therr weddmg annrversary they hrre teenager Peep Manvnle to stay wrth therr baby son Peep rnvrtes all her baby srttrng frrends over to see the Rangers new Apollo radro and record player They arrrve oabres rn tow nd proceed to make themselves at home The Ire works begrn wn n Mr Harper Gertres mother arrrves wrth the news that a mad man s tryrng to k dnap her grandson The excrted te nagers each grab a baby and leave When the Rangers get home a drscovery rs made everyone ,rot th :ron y The r st IS confusrcn Mrs Harper even g ts lfrdnaooeo But as usu Jeryth ng turrs out all rrght and eferybodys happy as the frnal curtan GS 7 I 4 s. . l' Q' 1 1' i . 5, T X F r , . , , I I Q . . . 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The Senior Play 6 7 ne mad Af By ames Reach CAST OE CHARACTERS DON CUTTER WING PRISCILLA LADY MACBETH IOHN ALDEN MR HYDE DR BUNN LUCILLE MARCY MRS KLUCK GERTRUDE FINCH MRS T ASHINGTON FINCH DEPRESSION ARTEMUS BURKE DANNY SILETTO Ronald Taylor Leon Llchty Patty Ranck Adele Gmqrtch Ierry West Ronald Bensmqer Wllllam Pennock Sh1rley Harnlsh Mane Kutz Sylv1a Ruoss Lucxlle Gehman Ioan Lowry R1chard Dommel Iames Houck Understudles Thelma lean Spotts and Robert Iacoby Dtrector Mr Scott Garman SETTING Place The receptlon hall ot the Cutter Mansxon Trrne The present day Act One Late evemnq ot a wlnter day Act Two Same only later Act Three The same only later SYNOPSIS Don Cutter a playnqht accompamed by h1s Ch1nese valet goes to the Cutter mans1on a lonely house m the hrlls to complete hrs latest play IH peace and qu1et Don rs astomshed to tmd the house tenanted by a number of lunatrcs under the care of a man named Dr Bunn Among the mrnates IS Lucrlle a beautttul qlrl wrth an amazmq story of persecut1on Don IS about to corre to her rescue when hls ftancee and her mother arnve w1th thelr mald Der ess on From thls po1nt everythmq happens 1nclud1nq talklnq qhosts s reammq women and the arnval ot an escaped murderer Q 1 a Q 1 . , . - I Q 1 Q n 1 I 1 1 I f , . 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QU: -qu 1-141:-1 -9--1 1:-i:1:l'1:rl:i:i:1-14-1014 um 111-:-Cvfrifr-114'11 Fm fr lorry two C aaa .jshafory Under the gurdance of Mrss Marla Bender and Mrs Helene Weaver, the present Class of 1955 began therr school lrfe Because the class was so large, rt was necessary to drvrde rt rnto two sectrons whrch these two teachers taught Mrs Helene Weaver taught some of us for the first five years Mrss Sure Zrm merman the late Mrs Kathryn Overly Mrss Mary Harsh and Mrs Anna Drller were the teachers of the larger sectrons of our class For the first trme we were all together rn srxth grade wrth Mrss Helen Fennrnger as our teacher In the fall of 1949 thc clrss entered seventh grade Very drfferent from grade school we qurckly adjusted ourselves to the complrcated lrfe of Junror Hrgh School Larry Evans led our cl ss as presrdent rn the seventh grade Vrce presrdent was Vernon Ream whrle Robert Aungst served as secretary treasurer A party at the Communrty Park was our actrvrty of the year Mrs Carolme Weber was our advrsor Our class was rgarn drvrded rnto two sectrons rn erghth grade wrth Mrs Weber md Mrs Mrrrrm Kneller rs our counscllors A swrmmrng prrty and a trrp to Hershey Park were our rctrvrtlcs of the xe rr Our prcsrdent thrs year was larry Evans Vlce pr esldent was Thom rs Wrtmrn md secretary treasurer, Robert Aungst In our freshman year we elected Sandra Spotts as our presrdent Servrng as our other officers were Patrrcra Ranck, vrce presrdent Sylvra Ruoss secretary and Ferne Grubb treasurer Mr ROV Brandau rnd Mrs Ruth Gantos were the homeroom teachers A trrp to Hershey to see r hockey Lime between Hershev and Provrdence was our socral functron rn our sophomore year Our officers were as follows John Flora presrdent Prtrrcra Ranck vrce presrdent Sylvrr Ruoss secretarv and Ferne Grubb treasurer The advrsors were agarn Mr Brandau and Mrs Gantos 3 As Junrors vue chose our class colors of red and whrte We also bought our red md vvhrte school rackets md proudly wore our school rings As presrdent we elected Iohrr Flor 1 Others clectcd were Gerrc Iovwrv vrce pr esldent Sylvla Ruoss secretary rrrd Carol Duck treasurer The Junror Qemor Receptrorr was the hrgrhlrgrht of our Junror year It was held Aprrl '30 Our theme was M rke Belrexe The Junlor plax Bables Nrght Out,' vx rs prcscnted on Aprrl Z Thrs afforded all of us the opportunrtv for plentv of work rs members of thc c rst or servrng, on commrttccs Our plax was rblv directed by Mrs M rrv Be rr Mr Br rrrdru rrrd Mr llorrrld qherffcr ucrc our rdwrsors rn our semor xerr Wc clutcd thc folloxxlrrgs oilrccrs lurhrrd Ilornrrrel prcsrdcnt Ccrrc Ioxrrs xrce presrdent S lxrr Rlloss sc rctrry md Nlrrrc Ixutl trcrsurcr As our class flovser we selecte r uhrtc c rrrrrtrorr vrth 1 rcd trrrcc Hrppx rs the mm that findeth wrsdom was xotcd our clrss motto The Scrrror play rs rs gncn on 'Noxember 11 'rnd 18 wrth Mr S ott C rrrrrrrr rs drrcct VM rlso old rcfrcshmcrrts rt thc Frrm Qhovs rn order 0 hnrrrcc our long, xxx rrtul trrp to Xi lnhllljstllll i 'LE v A S r ' ' , ' . . . . . . 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Front row Mary Mohanctk June Mentzer C erald Fern Ann Stern and Barbara Platt Second low J tmcs West Bally We 1the1h0lt7 Judy Irons Samuel Russell Paul Wise and Miss Ruth Wltmun Advisor Thud row Lynn Lowry Ronald heist George Dissingei Ray Bombeiger and Lee Weaver Sophomore Actzvztzes Entering Iunlor High with Mrs Elizabeth Stockton as our advisor the present Sophornores chose Barry Weatherholtz as president Ronald Danner vice president Ellen Singer secretary and Brenda Sheafter treasurer president Michael Hess vice president Nancie Frazier secretary and Brenda Sheafter treasur er We had as activities a Christmas Party and a wirnrninq party Hiqhliqhtinq our freshman year was a held trip to Wheatland Ephrata Cloisters and the Land1s Valley Museum Miss Ruth A Witrnan was advisor and our oresident was Barry Weather holtz vice president Mike Hess secretary Nancy Frazier and treasurer Brenda Sheafter In our Sophomore year Michael Hess was elected president Other officers are Barry Weatherholtz vice Dresident Nancie Frazier se retary and IUQY lrons treasurer Now completing our Sophomore year we look forward to our last two years ot Senior High School C Al., l ' ., '. " ' : , " ,' 'H 'Y ' ! ' O O C ln eiqhth qrade we began with thirty-two members, with Iudy Irons filling the office of gl"Q15!lIflfl6l,lfl C6155 ,nu xn Y U Puqcluxk Liu Ro L Niall TH 'VNU "1" gl A Num l'xwYdU1L I ltcz Sm I lout IOXX fOld0l1 Plmk Lhulottf, Delp Jo m P1011 'lludv xxllght Bettx Joh'1Qon D1 mn C b D lc Mu ku md lm Q mucl B kl ld L en luhxkel Rowe N 'VI uw Ben A4lVlSOl 'lhnd IOVL John Clube Jme Qlng,-,1 Rebecca ROIJINOII Jom Stump S1lIx klmg, glfldld Shnk Mmam Holst Ros Iahet Foulth IOVK Kenneth Hol llIl,,i1 Dun 11d Vhlxh D1N1d Lefevel Jeule Gamel Ronald H106 Halold Zook, Wllllam Unangbt kl 'A I . ,,- .102 'wh H , 'N mu -- 'I ' vi-MTW - ., ' ' ' ' ' - I 'k 1' - ' ' ': Q ' z '. " z ' - , z ' '. , " , 7 " 1' , j .. , 'z 9 ,amp ell, 21 1 gxrs. S - 'f 1 ': . :x - ur ' 10 er, Anne Marie High, Dorothy Lester, H 11 B ' z ', J IVl0lllZ0l', HC-lou Ilolcnthul, Mrs. A. . 2 'j z ', '. ' ' ' ' 'z 5 ' , z . ' fo ', , z C , Hz j " ", . 1 H . " , ' " , J , . 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' '. . ,.. l 1' ' 11-:.,ljh1 1, W- ,YQYJ rr st Row Virginia Rmck Beulah Keneagy Walter Qhrrk David Kutz Marlene Qensenrg, Christ Bmkley H mel Freeman and Pat Weaver Second row Barbara Werg.,.J.nd Ffrye H unrsh D rrlene 'smith Dorothy Mussel Betty Jacobs Phyllis Usner Roy Martrr' Allen Fink herald Shrrk and Janet Weaver M Freshman Actzvztzes Fortyrr ne members ct cur Freshman Class spent a busy year rrr the l954 55 term Act mg as president of the class 1S Ioan Flora who rs assisted by Rose Mentzer V1C9 president Sandra Shrrk secretary and Walter Shrrk treasurer Our advisors are Mrs A Mary Bear and M ss May Kline Orr Iarruary l5 we Jourrrevecl to H rshey to see an ICG hockey game lr v as decided by the class at the beginning of the year that our class colors be chosen thrs year Our decrsrorr was made on February 24 l955 Charcoal gray and white were selected We are very proud of our treasury The balance has not dropped below S225 srrrce the end of our eighth grade Page Forty nine ' 5 l ' I I ' 5 : ' i r , 1' I . ' 1 M C r i 3' 1 W Q .af 'C Elsie Weilleri, and LlVIiss May I. Kline, Advisor. Third rovvz Shirley Martin, David lxlolti 'il I C I I igizfla Qfacle ln qeuet h Ljlllp, UV plemdent Togmubdl I Deuel Tmasuul qclindi W,tme1 1 nt o t lhffondelfe, X KL IHQQM 9 I11it1xx Robelt Foust Lmdm uyltnlel Lnlx Qtone Dolmu Arnold Jean J ne Shllk .md VS 111911 Pclchx qecond lou Illldl D u1bLnbug,,e1 kenneth hood Joue L Xxhlltht 1d NOIIIII Clebmull Haus Menk Quble Qudlkunst and 'Nha Eluabeth Tlor. nl Adu Ol Thna you Donald Holhngex Lmdi Blnkley John Glngllch Dlanno Q xoff Donald Raum Joyce Hoowez, Joseph Qumn ww ,x.-.. ' ' ' 5 - g . h . f, 1 1 K A . . " . x ' . . D 1" .L .Q V: . l K Y ' 2 ' ., 1 . -Av L y -,S A - , . Ro1,1'crs. LOLIISC Imm, Bllly Ortman, 21 ' , - '. " z f j. . - ' Y: . z z 1 "" '. ' 1 ' , R ltt, Linda Weber, Barry HoiTzu'd, Susan 1 lk , A' - 2 . . . , , . . .lv . , K -' ' , A -S V . , . '- xii A fs In V Y: . Y I, . 2 . , . y . 2 ' I r ' y ' ' H - Flrst row Ronald Dlssln 61 Janlce Hagey Vera Hutchlnson Noah Stahl Rod nev Randow Iamal Blenaman Malgle Wenger Dorothy Duffv and Mvlon News uangel qetond low Ron :ld Fox Ruth MUSSBI Sandla Hannon Bonlta Bushong. lalball Dellel Pe gy I leldly Jean Buckvualtel John Kult! and Wil qcott 1 llmlll AdVls0l Thlld low Roblev Evans Bally Pleeman Blute NNCdtf'lE,lhO1tZ Rlthald LOXGI Thonlas Kllng Scott Dltfenderfel Ray Duffy Arthur Futel Eighth Grade Actzvztzes There are fltty two members ln our class wlth Mlss Ellzabeth Troxell and Mr Scott Garman as our AdVlSOTS The class oftlcers are lohrl Glngr ch servlnq as presldent and Barbara Deller as VlC9 preslderlt Llnda W1t'ner and Scott Dltt nderter assumed the dutles of secretary and treasurer respectlvely We are very broud of our club whlcn we have formed ln Engwsh class whlch lS held ev ery two wee-Ks M ss Ruth Wltman IS our advls r ln O tober Mrs 'vlarqar t Hess and M S ott Garm n took our class to the Franklln and Marshall College Planetarlum and Museunl We had two class a tlvtes thls year ln February we held our tr t a tlvlty whlch was a swlm mlrlq barty at Mlllersvllle Our second actlvlty was a dance ln May .i I . 1.0. , . r . - ' ' - rw 7 3 ' 7 7 - V 1 1 1 .1 -. 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Oxulx Thomam Johnbon Don xld Maltm Qusau Good Dolothw Ruttel Robe Ann Houck Jeux Qnawelv D.111yl Qhnk and DdVld Cox Second low Donald HOIHIHS., Ronald Cnoff Peggv Wedvez Robelta Imbel Choulotte Bechtold Comad G1a5b1ll Edxxald Kutz .md 'Nhs Cho B1 mdau adusol Thnd IOVS Fled Good Mallm Houck Laux Shupp G601g6 Hamley Jelry Snavely Jack Ettex Rlchald Dve1 Geolge Gelgley, and Robext Campbell First row Rav Duify Phillip Stauffei Pauline Ivolt Lois Burkholdei John Mai tin Christ Bmkleg Brenda NIONXGIW Ruth 'VI lltlfl and Dennis C ieenfield qenond row Vernon 'Vlutin Clarence Zimmerman Clxdys Ream Dolores Cnoff Qhalon Williams Alice Hourk Ru 'Nlattm C ul Limmumtn ind Mis Margaret Hess i.dVlS0l Third row Rlv Obei IN may Platt Iamn llllltlll Ron 11d Qpecht Calvin Burkhart Qydnew Helshev Ha7el Good Ruth Preidly and Ronald Rutter Seventh Grade Actzvztzes Seventh grade e. tered lunior High School with Mrs. Clio Brandau and Mrs. Margaret Hess as advisors. The fifty-two rn, rnpcrs of ur cla's hold a class meeting each rr ..th. At our meetings we discus our proiects, such as: are we going to pay dues, and it so how much. ln Ianuary we had a dance. To pregare for it we og po nted different -ornrnittcos to take "ire o' the special iterrs. lt pro Jed t 'te a successful venture. We await with keen anticipation rr next s.x years in high s hool. fra- l Sept Sept Sept Oc Nov Nov Nov Nov Dec Dec Dec 7 8 2 2 SADC! Teachers report Puptls report 30 Oct 1 Farm Show CSchoo1 closed IH afternoonl 29 Lancaster County Teachers Instltute CSchoo1 closedl Student Councll Dance Errst report per1od ends 19 Semor Play 20 Thanlcsqtvmq vacahon Chrtstmas Carol Sery1ce Chnstmas Party School closes for Chrtstmas vacatton lan 3 School reopens Ian 24 Second report penod ends March 4 Gym Show March 11 Student Councll Dance March 25 lumor Play March 28 Thtrd report perrod ends Apnl 1 Sprmq Concert Aprtl 8 School closes tor Easter vacatlon Aprll 12 School reopens Apr11 22 Town Clock News Show May May May May May May May May May une 3 4 Semor Class Tr1p lumor Semor Receptlon Senxor Class Nrqht Baccalaureate 24 25 Semor Exams Awards Assembly 27 31 Exams CGrades 7 111 Memonal Day CSchoo1 closedl Commencement School closes . 9, , . . ' t. 8, . ' ' . 5. ' . 10. ' A ' . 18, . ' . 25, . ' ' ' ' . 16. ' 1 . 18. ' . 23. ' ' 2, , . ' ' 13. ' - ' ' 20. ' ' 22. 23, , . ' 25. 26, , . - 30. ' . 31. I 2. I QQ www' N 'mlm .Nm ' xx , X CHAMPIONS M L Soccer Front 1ow Thomxe Johnson Hatold Zook Gene Iowuv Clenn D1ss1n,Le1 Vernon Helm John Flola Thomas 1V1tman Ruaael Ettet Ronald C106 md Rax Bolnbelgel qLL0l1fll0VN VV'1lte1 Shuk Kenneth Hollxngel Ron :ld Tivlol lun Ex Ins RlClf1ilil vllllSSQl lohn bosselt l6St8l VWHLNVLI Rov M lltlll and D l.VlIl Kutf Blah ION ROb9lt lltobx Conlon Pltnk Robelt Stluffel Sxm Rusaell IIYIILS Houck Falls Tilllll Tul llx Itobelt Aungst Wlllldlll Nonnenmothel Jexe GAIUQI Chxlet Bmklev Celald Shnk and M1 R1cha1dK Stockton Coach Coached by Mr Rlchard K Stockton the Huslue booters won both the sectton and county crowns th1s term Att r surlenng only one league defeat they entered the dtstrlct playoffs The Huslmes galned a vlctory over Blrdsboro but were upset by North Lebanon They topped Paradlse 4 O to cop the County Champxonshlp a tnumphant cllmax to a successful season September September September September October October October October October O tober October No ember 9 Novetnbor 3 November 5 lqllt x New New New New New New New New New New New New New New Holland Holland Holland Holland Holland Holland Holland Holland Holland Holland Holland Alumm 3 Terre H111 1 Lampeter Strasburg U McCaskey U Hempheld U Manor O Lampeter Strasburg Sallsbury Donegal 2 Hempfteld Manor l O 1 COUNTY PLAYOFF Holland 4 Parad1se O DISTRICT PLAYOFFS Holland 2 Bxrdsooro Holland l Ncrth Leb GDOT1 QV, 1 . ,.3, ' '. . ,., . ., ' I , 5 .. O .' 17 7 - ' ................................,..... 21 9 - ' ................................ 24 4 - - ............... . 28 2 - ................................ September 30 New Holland 3 - Donegal 1 .................................... CAway1 5 3 W ' .............,.................. 7 1 - .....................................,.. 12 2 f f - l ................ 14 4 - ' ..................,............. ' 19 l f .................................... c ' 21 2 W A Q ................................ ' ' 1 26 4 fe ...................................... e A V - - ' l 1 .......................... .. . - V 4 .......... ' CHome1 CHorne1 CHome1 CAwayl CHome1 tAway1 CAway1 CHome1 CHome1 CAwayJ CHornc1 fMcCaskey1 CMt Penn? tlihzabethtownl Hockey Kneeling, qhlllew HllI'llSl1 Phyllls Vlebel Joan Lovsly Svlvla Ruoss and Patty Rxntk Qtmdrng Betts Johnson Jorn Flor 1 Jane Qrngel Adele C1ng,11Lh Nils Roy H1 mdru AllVlS0! Dorothy Plank Marv LOUISE RICE Ellen ilnger and Pat Weaver After srx leaque encounters Mr Hoy W Brandaus Huskettes emerged rn a three way t1e tor trrst place They topped Larnpeter Straslourq l to U rn the playoff to take the Sectron Two crowr lourneyrnq on to the County playoff the Huslcettes met and bowed to Ellzabethtown rn an excrtrnq qarne wnrch concluded a successful Season September ey tern er Septemoer Setotember rtendo r toner too-er c not r Jen N eor l New Ne ff New New New Ne uf TN 1 1 CHAMPIONS Holland Holland Holland Holland Holland Holland Holland H 1 and Manor 2 Lancaster Country Day O East Larnpeter O Alumnr O Paradrse O Larnpeter Strasburq Parad se O La r t r Qtrasourg at-,Ll 051 SECTICNAL PLAYOFF Land r Strasourq O fAwayl tl-lornel Homel 'Homel CAwayl tHornel 'Hornel 'A Jayu l JT QI' QUNTY PLAYCFF at E za flrtcwn 2 Ma rn N J x ' ,Z A ' . lv 2 . y 'A' ' ., . v . , N ', Y.-., . z ' . . 2 ' "2 j . 5 , z 'z , ' .' ', 1' f"' , . sz Z Y '54 vy v .I 4 , 4 n. 'lf D Y L ' y 1 1 v -- ' , s. . ' ' r. t T , , t " 7 2 - ............... ,..... ....... . . Sei b 20 r . 2 - . ...... ' r ' o 22 J 2 A t ...........,.........r.. 4 ' cy, 27 c 2 - .................................. X Se, Q e 29 c . 2 - ' ................................ ' Cc 6 J l f - 3 .............. ' Oc t o 13 New Holland 3 f East Larnpeter 3 ........................ tAwayl' Goto' er 22 New-1 - o. . l v 1 .................................. A ' Novez ' 2 bl New o'11 . f l rigie e -o ' f l ............ X l' ' Lf,-L 2" e F' nie No' ,Acer 1' .lev Holland l A P npete - ' ' .. "Has lf, .pete C'J-ITl'xC 15 Nev Holi rd U -- ll cet. , .......... C nnei.. T' go. Varsity Basketball Mr Kenneth Herr Coach John Flora Gene Lowry Ronald Taylor Larry Evans Thomas Wrtman Robert Aungst Ted Eby and Jerry West December New New New New New New Ianuary New New New New New New New February New New New New w P1 ll Holland Holland Holland Holland Holland Holland Holland Holland Holland Holland Holland Holland Holland Holland Holland Holland Holland Holland Manor Manherm Townshrp Warwlck East Larnpeter Larnpeter Strasburg Alurnnr Ehzabethtown Upper Leacoclc Manherm Townshrp Elrzabethtown Warwrck Doneqal East Lampeler Ephrata Larnpeter Strasburq Donegal Upper Leaco lc Paradlse I 2. ................................ 47 ..................... . 7. ................................ 43 ' ' 10. ................................ 67 ' ............... . 17. ................................ 49 ....... . 21. ................................ 43 - 22. ................................ 36 ' .................... . 4. ................................ 53 ' ..... . 7. ................................ 57 ..... . 1 1. ................................ 47 ' ' 14. New Holland ................................ 50 Paradise .................. 18. ................................ 48 ' ....... . 21. ' ..........,..................... 61 ' ................ 25. ................................ 36 ................. . 28. ................................ 48 ,...... . 1. ................................ 32 ................. . 4. ................................ 40 - 8. ................................ 45 ................. . l l. ....,........................... 54 C ..... . 18. Ne .............,.................. 50 ' ' ................. . funior Varsity Basketball Kneellng Kenneth Xoder Russel Etter Rxchard Musser Mr Kenneth Herr Coach Ronald Gelst Wllllam Nonnenmochel and Paul Neff Standlng Chrlst Bmkley Lewls Parke: Ronald Danner James West Lynn Lowry Jerry H0ll1Hg'9l Mlchael Hess Qamuel Russell and Charles Elmer unzor Hzgh Basketball Fllst IOXX Ronald Cxoff Jele C llnel lohn C1n5.,11Lh Row 'Nlaxtln Halold Zook lutu Bun Hoffud foamh ltuhnd lx Stockton Donxld Holllngel Bllllff Xlexthu holtl Lanml Nlaxtm Qydnex Hexsh w Laxxx Stone and Tommy Ovexlx . A , . . . Q o , y v ,n ' . . , ., 7 -! ' : I . 3 'Y Y 1 Y 'Q Y n ' , . I O . . 5. ' . sz' .Y ' vi' ,.'. Y. 4, A . ' Y V . . , and hen H0lllI1jI8l'. Second row: Jack Etter. VK alter Shlrk, Donald VS elsh, Arthur " -' 24 'Va' ' .' -' 2 'f' " 'sz . . . - . , Baseball Fust low Tom Wltman Ronald Taylor Earls Tolm Coach Kenneth Hen Lester Vhtwez Bob Kurtz and Lauy Evans Second 1ow Jlm West Russel Ettel Rlchald Tennzs Paje Qty KH8Ellllj., Cene Ioxuv Robelt Aungst and Vemon Ream Standmg John Flora Ronald Gl0ff, Ronald Dannel and 'VI1 Rxchald K Stockton, Coach Musser,, Paul Umbel'g'e1', Pete Geist, Glenn Snavely, l3ill Nonnenmocher, and Raul Neif. I . ly ., A .' ' y . U l ' . , funior Varsity Cheerleaders Norma Daubenbergzer, Mary Mohan- cik, Glenda Knight, Janet Frank- houser, and Brenda Sheaffer. Varszty Cheerleaders L ont 0 Ju Ioxn lowly Judy Coy md Phyllls Weber Cen tex 'Vllsb hlllabeth Troxell Rlght iflont to bzckj Mary IOLIISQ Rice PltllCId Ranck and Sylvxa Kuom funzor Hzgh Cheerleaders Challotte Delp Joan Ifloxa qusle Cudzkunwt md Doloxes -hnold Y Girls , Managers Cladys Ream Loulse Ranck and Marv MOhaHC1k Boys Managers Lobx and hox Lahet bewnd IOVK Thomas Johnson James Stauffel James DISSIHQCI hay BOI'11bL1gCl and Dale 'Vlyels 7 First row: Jerry Shirk, Charles Miller, Mr. Donald Sheaffer, Advisor: RofJeytVJa Driver Training Seated NIRHCIC Frazler Judy Irons Hazel Freeman Ronald Danner Gerald Shlrk Kenneth Yoder Paul Neff Ellen Smger June Mentzer and Patsy Kurtz Standmg JQIIIQ Holllnger LEWIS Parker Thomas Kllng, Paul WISE George DISSIHHEI Roy Mar tm 'VI1 Kenneth Herl Instructor Robert Qtauffer Hdny food James West Qamuel Russell Bdnv Weatherholtz Lynn Iowry and Wllllam Pennock Film Sta f Se t d B111 Ln ngst Roy Lahet Joev Qumn and Robert Foust Fust lou tstand Fdxlol Pus el Ettex Lexus Parker and Nh Donald Qhedffer Adxlsol Qeconcl IOV em Imux Plllliltl Nlussex Ceolge DISSIHHEI and Rxchald Dommel Thnd rovn l obut Jdcobx John Vkagnex and Ronald Bensmger Z A I ' ! . Y Y 1 i' I 1 . , . , , I v y - - . Z ll r v rv ' v Y .1 ' I I Q s n n 1 1 1 -- 1 4 Q v 1 , . . , . , L ' ,. 1 , . , L Y . , l , . o f D . Q ez 'I ' a , '. , Q 'Q ', ' I '. ' ' , - xngrt Scott Dlff9Y'ld6l'f9l', Davld Kutz, Jere Gamer, Tom Kllnpr, John Kurtz, Ronald 5 . 1 . - ' - . ' N I .7 1 ' Leoninus Editorial Staff Seated Rlchald Dommel Adele G1ng,11th Abeouate Edltol Nlxss Xugxnu M Hoff man AdV1S01 Ma11e Kutz Edltol and Gene Lovuy Qtandlng Patty Ranck 'Nlaxxan Plank Dolothy Plank Felne Glubb ROHdl1lB6USlHL,61 EdllS Tolln Lauv Evinb Ron ald Taylol Phvllli Webel qVlV13 Ruose Shulev Halnlih and Challotte Davls Leonznus Buszness Staff .1 5 oux Cu Joxn Imns Stllldlllg., Qlenn DISSIIILJJ M xxlv. Tllbot Jxmeb Houcl Ted Sun mon Lh ultb Mlllel lxobut Jatoby md Le:,te1 w1tXN61 : . h y ,. rl.. y H . -QA. ,.-Y. .2 ,. - I as w' ' u X' vu l va v -' y 1 J y I ' K " y A , . U. , . .. y . . 5. ,. .YI , . y K- .Y - ta , - 'v K . -1 v I . I ' 1 ' ' I I Seated: Betty Lou Russell, Lucille Gehmun, Mr. Roy VV. Brzlndzlu, Advisor, Judy Aj, 2 J .' z -': 1 --1', z.' 1 z , 2 ' 1, X S - S, l 1 Q x. ,Y 3 X. , , ,, z , , v 4. to SLXAQ' ' If'v'3fff.-,Q4i T C N Edztorzal Staff Seated Robelt qtauffel ASSOCldt6 Editor Qylvla Ruoss Ed1tOI qhuley Halmsh Aesoclate Edltol Adele Glngrxch Featule Edxtor and Ken Shupp Sports Edltol Qecond row Jeule Hollmger Jxm West Mary Jane Bmkley MISS Ruth Wltman Ad VISOI lNanL1e Flazlel MAIV Mohanclk Janet Fxankhoueel Mary Louxse R106 Helen Qaudel Lhulotte Delp and Carol Duck Thud low Jeule C unel Ronald bloff Llsle Ronald Dannex and Brenda Sheaffel TC Buszness Staff Qeatecl N11 Ros VS Bxandau AtlYl5OI Joan Ioxuw 'Slave Talbot ludx Cox md James Houck qtandlng, I nrx Qtone Ballv m9dth9lh0ltL Joan P1011 Qhnlex H 1 msh Iuullc fthman Iferne Crubb louse Rxnck Faye Harmsh Gladys Ream Rlch nd Dxer and Joey Qumn O l O O C -1 I . 1 X 1 'Ty ' .1 ' 5 E D Y ' ug A ' u ." , .. .. .2 r v. , . . 3 . . y . ., A . : .. . Y y . . . , , , 'Y -n Yr 4. w ' a I 1 1 ph -4 - - '. ' - s Y 1 1 . 9 v 'I r' A. ' Y v 1 I L. ., i . . . U . . 1 .. ,Q .Y . . Y b. D16tZ, Norma Daubenbergzer, Joyce Martm, Joan Stump, Lewis Parker, John Flora, . . .3 . .. O I I I L : . .. I. I 'I . Y Ui. .C . V A ...yy A 4 ' w , . .1 1 h., 2 2 5 '. . ' f: .2 ' j . , ' ' ' ', ' 'z, . ' 4' a'- Z . A. .y . . , Student Council Qexted Kenneth Qhupp Gene Ioxux Plexlclent Nhw Plllxbeth Tloxgll 'XQIWINOI uve-1 Fttel md BILINII Qhe 1301 mm! you N Jun Bm louise Rfmck Flxlv, Iylltl Duld Cow 4 luis-. RL lm VK xltu Shnk Ifmet P1 mkhousu md Iudv Irons Thud IOVS. Dolothw Iestel Iom F101 1 If uf II um-.h Dolous AIIIOIQ1 Doxothv Ruttel, Jun Snxwelv, Bubu x Dells-1 cmd Imclx Vhtmu Poulth :cm Ioan Iovnw Nancx F1 lllll 'Nlxchael Hesx Robelt Sf,iLlf'f91 Ronxld Cloff Row I lhet BAIIN VK e.f1the1holt7 and Ron xld Qpecht Flfth IOVK Rxchald Dommel Fe-me Cnubb Ronald Bc-nbxngel, R0b9lt Aungat John blngllch Scott D1ffGUilElfQl md Jwmes VK est In mdu to ploude the tudnnts xxlth if.,OVLll1lI1f,1 bodv bxsui on demon ltlc PIIIILIDILN 1 xn mxt mint comhmmg, the effolts of the studantw mml fxcultv to be 1 hluul ln cloxu 10031 xtlc 1 mai hx 3.1 mg' the school lltllLI'l m oppoxtumtx to exuusn hls mizmouxtlc lghts xml j.,Llll1I'ltLL hu PIINIILLQS thc Qturient COUINII of New Hollmd xx xx 01211111641 md llOI1NtltLltl0ll nxtxbllshui Qtudantx fmm exelw ch ln the IIIIIIOI dI1dq6I1lOl Hlgh Qchool leplesent the Counul vslth 1 tctnl of 1 xnunbux HQIIHDQ' thlx years Councll IQ Gene Loxnx xx P1LNldQl'lt xxlth Rusxel Lttel Xlcg Pltxldtllf 'md Bunch Qhedffel and ken Qhupp fillmg, the ofiinex of Qeuetmx and TI6lNL1lQI lexpectlulx Belngx 1 I116l11bQl of the Ntate 'md natlonal Qtudent COLITKII oxganllfxtlonx OLII Student Counul endx lE,DlLNLIlt1tlX ex to xtmte md dl tuct con XCHUOIIN .ax ue-ll xx to nountx comentlon Om Octobu 14 to 14 uw ttel x m ,L IL ou lon 1 1 1 xponx tcm ed thi Stxtc QOIIXLUUOII xt thy -'kbmgton High Sghool Ablllgttlll Iumxxlx lllll C1 11 nun ilLhl.ld Jommel loin Imuw RUN e ELM: 1 'Nlas Tloxnll mu xpouxm xttuuiui the Counts COYINPIIUOII it the Lppel Lexcmk H1g,h 'ighool O Aplll 1 Gem I un I un IW nv Rlchnd Domn l Ruxbel httel, md N115 E111 xbeth Txoxell xtteudcd the D1St11ct QOIIXQIIUOH 'xt XY axnuhmo P1 The qtudent Counml xx xx succewbful ln DL11Lh2.N1IlQ 1 publu iilQ N sx tem xxhuh 1 x L om 15,11 Nchool lUdlf.OllX1I'l1 L If0lI11N XX81QIHllihlNlt1f0l the hmku tc lm md nheul ul 1 x 1 u 0 e 04191 L xx 1 gs mc ll ue gg xx xg x x N111 L Npon 011111, of thug L 001 1 mnew x thL Stucimnt QOUINII vs x unllcul ook LONLIN Ill the xchool C0101 ulth the wchoo Lmblems VKCIL Pl1lLhlNtli nm una wld bx the Counu Rewxlon of the Student Qouncll COIlStlf,Ut10ll vx is p ut of the xxmk damn bx the Cllllfltll Some xmuui ments wen made to the Dliliidllle of ou1 electlon mcthod xntxoducui foux xeux DIQXIOUNIX to 111016 wa newntxtlon to the Counul 1 hind vue t f Bx I nw uh h mah 1 1 tnng,,x Sturen LIIILII we nd Nutem u L of tha mx ta 1 Q mv NX 1 n cl tau Olhlllllltltlllx the 3 mg' of xll HPOIC bcholutlc md nctnltx xxx ndx from the school fund xml the xppxox 11 of 1 standdrd xzed h1g,h mchool Ilng Xour Qtudent Coumll lx open fol buggestlons xt mm tlme elthel thxough XOL11 homeloom leplesenta tlweb or by placmg them IH the Nuggebtlon box m the front hall N1 . 2 : . , ' , "j, 3 . 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Anne and John Mr and Mrs George Aument Mr and Mrs Robert W Aungst LeRoy W Ayers and Mrs Frank Barr and Famrly 1 and Mrs Robert F Barr and Mrs Roy S Barr P J Bascrano and Mrs J B Bear Mrs Paul Bensrnger Betty and Vernon and Mrs Alexander H Bolyn and Mrs WalterJ Burns r Mrs I and Mrs Raymond Buzzard and Mrs Robert Carson Jacob Clrme and Mrs Truman Cov and Mrs Vernon R Davrs and Mrs Elmer Z Delp and Mrs Howard I Drller and Mrs George Drssrnger Mrs Henry Drssrnger Iohn L Drssrnger Mr and Mrs Augustus I Dommel Mr and Mrs Rrchard L Dommel Don and Marre Rev and Mrs F E Druckenbrod and Mrs Wrlson Duck Sr r and Mrs Roy H Dunn and Mrs Robley Evans John A Flor 1 VS rlson A Foust r rnd Mrs rn Mrs 1 and Mrs Earl Frank r and Mrs leRox Fr rnk r and Mrs J rck Fr rnkhouser rnd Famrly Mr xrd Mrs Eu ene FN Anne Futer Mr md Mrs Hrrrr I CL rr Roscrre Ge-lst Mr md Mrs John C 1ng,r11h C lenn rnd Alrce Patrons I I' llrs r I I I' I and Mrs Parke Groff and Mrs J Ralph Grubb and Mrs Ralph E Grubb Dorothy Harnrsh and Mrs G Robert Hartranft and Mrs Lerov Hrllard and Mrs Jacob Hollrnger and Pamrly and Mrs Chester Houck Kenneth Houck Eagle Vlrn dow Drstrrbutor Paul Houck H Allen Jacoby an Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs Robert Johnson Harry L Jones James Jones lone rnd Mrke Junre and Phvllrs Tcnr r I I Mrs and Mrs H rrold Kendrgs rnd Mrs lestcr B lxlrngs rnd Mrs Robert H lslrng, mr Klrn and Mrs John Krvder I I I I rl I Ron I I and Mrs A W Plank and Mrs Paul D Plank 'rnd Mrs H Herbert Poole and Mrs Howard Ranck and Mrs Levr Ranck and Mrs Roy E Ream and Mrs Robert L Ressler and Mrs Wrllram H Rogers ald and Fer ne and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs hlrfabeth D I I I I I I I and Mrs Clarence Ruoss J E Russell Paul M Russell Rutter Harland Srmmons and Mrs Vrctor Srmmons rnd Mrs Russell Srnger Fugcne Spotts rnd Mrs Vlrllram R Qpotts rnd Mrs Melvrn Qprecher lester Qteify rnd Mrs qherman Stetlw rnd Mrs Francrs Qteuart and Mrs leslre Kurtz Dr and Mrs Georg,eJ Storb r and Mrs ThonrasJ Qtump rnd Mrs Robert L kurt! rnd Mrs Don rld E Kutz Elrzabeth Landrs Mr rnd Mrs Homer Lester Davrd G Lockrr ood Mr and Mrs lx rn P Loxur Ltvrrs W Martrn Marx Ethel rnd Ke'rrnex Esther M llrI'I.X Ross McCalrnont Mr rnd Mrs Carl McCornsu Mr 'rnd Mrs P rrke Mendenh rll Mr rnd Mrs Chrrlrs M Mrller Mr Edvrrn I Mrller Mrs M us Mr ler Mr and Mrs Rolrnd Q Mrller Mrss M ary Pr rnccs Molr rncrls s Crrrc Moc Mr rnd Mrs Elvrn 'Vlcxers Mr s Mrldred Parker Mr 'rnd Mrs Arthur Good Mr and Mrs Carl H Groff Page Seventy Dr md Mrs Vlsrren R Prersol Mr and Mrs Abram C Plank Mr 'rnd Mrs A C Plank Mr rrrd Mrs John S Talbot Mrss lrrgrnra Tarbert Mr and Mrs Lexus Taylor Thelm 1 'rnd X er nre I I I I I rl I I I I I I Mr Mrs llrs rn and rn Mrs rn Mrs rn Mrs rn Mrs rn Mrs rn Mrs rn Mr s III I E rrle Troupe Jo n L VVag,ner Br uce Vleuer D'rnrel Vlcrxer Hor rce L VVcrvcr Harry C Vleuer Clarr VI eber F B Vlelrcr Rrlph O Vlrbcr hp rr rrrrr I 'Sur s 'N rrgsr Vlengser rn Mrs J Rex Vlest rn Mrs VN rrrnllrrrrrr Ill rn Mrs Frnorw Vlrtvrer rrrd Mrs VK rlter Q Vlrtvrer L E117 rbeth Vlrrglrt X outh lor Chrrst Club I . 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Mr-. 1 d I , " r - rt I I 1 and Charles Mller rea h for the dploma 1' A td Qupe 1 q Pmctpa Whose Diploma Is lt? army of friends stood behlnd you and your efforts to win it High school prmcrpals and teachers your families school board and Parent Teacher Assoclatron members tax payers all these people have gw en time money and effort because they wan'ed to see you mark this oc caslon At New Holland Machine Company we call this kind of cooperation the same policy by one department worklnq hand rn hand with another to turn out better machmes for our customers Your friends at New Holland want to congratulate you on the good work you did We hope the success and happiness you know today are only part of what youll always en OY 'Nt' NEW' HOLLAND mlirst In Grassland Pamnmg NEW HOLLAND MACHINE COMPANY New Holland Pennsylvania Q Se enty one r Robe afoby, Indy Coy, Ioan .ovlrf ' 1 C i extended hy Mr. Iohn '. u. , . rv Sm r 1. I I l Your diploma? Not entirely? An teamwork. 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I . - - 0 1 1 pa 6 V - Edgar 0 Beck Funeral Home Furnnture Store A f,l'3dltl0I1 of famlly service to New Hol land for over a hundred years 315 East Main Street Phone 4 2227 New Holland Pennsylvama Bolton s Hatchery Phone 4 2244 New Holland Pennsylvama B Z Motors Sales LINCOLN MERCURY Service loday s Most Challenging New Car 'lhe n Imcoln Mercurx Phone 4 2101 New Holland Pennsylvanxa Dlck Brubaker Sewnng Machnnes N o t 1 o n s Venetnan Blmds Storm Wmdows Phone 4 8332 New Holland Pennsylvama Congrafulatzons CLASS OF 55 On the successful completlon of your Hlgh School course No matter where your path may lead please accept our best wlshes tor your iuture success and happ1ness YOUR ACCOUNT IS ALWAYS WELCOME The Blue Ball Natlonal Bank BLUE BALL PENNSYLVANIA and The Terre Hill Branch Member Federal Reserwe Sw stem and Federal Deposlt Insurance Corporation qe Seventy two '14 10101010111 101010101 1010101014024 .501-11 1:1 101 101- 10101 1 1 1 101 . 0 o . i 0 0 0 U i . 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