New Oxford High School - Memento Yearbook (New Oxford, PA)
- Class of 1951
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Tradition tells us that svhool :lays are the happiest period of 0ne's life. W'ith
this in miml, the NIEMENTO staff has vompileel this book to show our high
sehool life and spirit as it is. Ullr efforts will have been well spent and our
handiwork a suecess if the turning of these pages in after years will bring
the laughter and tears of fond reminiscence.
lntn your hands we place this 1951 issue of MEMENTO with its mirads of
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THE LEADERS OF THE CLASS OF 1951 relax as they
discuss plans for commencement and the New York trip.
Shown, left to right, are: Alma Milhimes, vice president,
Patricia Miller, class president: Joyce Adams, treasurerg
Mildred Fuss, secretaryg and Jane Korver, historian.
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The hands of our leaders, the Board or Education of the Lower Adams Joint School
District. Standing, left to right: Charles F. Myers, Guy Deardoff, Ray Reichart, John
Mansberger, Raymond S. Gable, Cover Clousher, Harry M. Wildasin, John G. Myers,
Charles W. Rinehart, Glenn Haar, Selon F. hockey, high school principal. Seated: Joseph
A. Chrismer, Hiram Rex, Hilbert F. Hoffman, Philip Wagaman, Philip E. Alwine, Clyde
O. Garber, Harry C. Brinton, Raymond M. Baugher, Stuart Lucabaugh, Clair Slagle,
Curtis S. Sponseller, Charles C. Taylor, supervising' principal, Samuel E. Baker, A. P.
Mr. Charles C. Taylor, A.B., A.M.
As head of the Lower Adams County Joint
School System, Mr. Taylor has been active
in planning and executing a school program
that co-ordinates the elementary schools. of
the member districts with the junior and
senior high schools. Although the majority
of his time is consumed in administrative
affairs, he still allots time to give the
schools his personal supervisory attention.
His are the planning and guiding hands of
Mr. Selon F. Dockey, B.S
High School Principal
Performing the dual capacity of high
school principal and commercial instructor
keeps Mr. Dockey in constant contact with
the course of. study, curriculum, and guid-
ance. Attendance and discipline problems
of the school are also in his hands. His
duties of faculty manager of athletics,
director of extra curricular activities, and
custodian of the activity funds make his
a pair of busy and directive hands.
Levere A. Breighner, B. S.
Constructive hands . . , shop, not shop-
ing is his hobby
Herbert E. Bryan, B.S., M.S. Ed.
Social Studies, Memento
Versatile hands , . . helping others . . .
Paul A. Comerer, B.S
Science, Mathematics, Junior Sponsor
Scientific hands . . . "Let's see what
makes it tick," is his guiding light.
Martin G. Flegal, B.S.
Health, Physical Education, Coach
Adroit hands . . . lives, eats, sleeps,
Betty J. Greiman, B.S.
Vocal Music Supervisor, Chorus
Rhythmic hands . . . when not singing
songsg is singing the praises of the
Harriet C. Harbaugh, B.S.
Health, Physical Education, Coach
Agile hands . . . a roller skating fiend.
Paul A. I-Iarner.
Instrumental Music, Band
Symphonic hands . . . his hobby seems
to be winning Pennsylvania state band
Dorothy E. Helf er, B.S.
Artistic hands . . . painting fills her
thoughts and her leisure time.
-+ve. John L. Kratzert, B.S.
Vocational Agriculture, F.F.A.
Productive hands . . . as "Funnel-
John", he has his own daily radio pro-
gram. Station W.H.V.R., Hanover, Pa.
Ferne E. Moul, B.S.
History and Geograph,
Graceful hands . . . claims her hobby
to be buying shoes and collecting salt
and pepper shakers.
H. Edgar Moul, B.S., M.A.
Mathematics, Ninth Grade Sponsor
Dexterous hands . . . officiates basket-
1 ball, operates a farm, posts a low 80 in
Herbert G. Raah, RS., M.Ed.
English, Senior Advisor
Deft hands. . . artist and gardener.
His flowers are blue ribbon winners
at many shows.
William S. Schneider, B.S.
Commercial Assistant Coach
Capable hands . . . sports all the Way.
Vesta Smith, R.N.
Gentle hands . . . enjoys seeing other
people enjoy good health.
is Mary Stock, B.S.
' , Home Economics, F.H.A.
as Clever hands . . . she practices what
5 she preaches - home making.
D. Miriam Taylor, B.A.
English, Latin, Dramatics, Librarian,
Newspaper, Sophmore Sponsor
Busy Hands . . . hobby? - finding time
to have one is her hobby.
The patient hands of the teachers of the grade school centers. Seated: Sara W. Yohe, Red
Hillg Kenneth Hetrick, Green Springs: lim Snyder, White Hall: M. Esther Altlund, Green
Springsg Kutliryn W. Donohue, Clear View: Gerald L. Orndorff, Pine Run: Vivian M.
Hamm, Green Springs. Standing: Ruth A. lleutrick, Green Ridge: Glenna K. Fiscel, New
Oxford: Catherine Budd, New Oxfordg Ray J. Sponseller, Brush Rung Z. Ruth Sponruc-ller,
New Oxford: Eva G. Smith, Valley: Marie G. Smith, New Oxford.
The Hands We Trust. The bus drivers pie- The industrious hands of our custodian,
tured ure: Charles Stuuh, M. G. Houzer, Charles Stough, are appreciated by all,
John Griest, Eugene Griest, Pinky Guise. faculty and pupils alike.
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Jerry C. Berwager Commercial
Silhouette 4, Silhouette Assistant Busi-
ness Manager 3g Band 2, 3, 4.
John Berwager Agriculture
F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, F. F. A. Officer 4
Joyce M. Adams Academic
Memento, Class Treasurer 4, Historian
2 3 Silhouette 2, Editor 4, Assistant Edi-
Raymond D. Aldridge Academic
Memento Editor, Class President 3,
Vice President 23 Silhouette 2, 3, 45
Mixed Chorus 1, Boys' Chorus 1 5 Oper-
etta 1, 35 Class Play 3, 4, J. V. Basket-
Ada L. Bowman Commercial
Phoenix, Ariz. 1, Tucumcari, N. Mex.
23 G. A. A. 25 Volley Ball 23 Mementog
Silhouette 3, 4g F. H. A. 1, 2, Class Play
4, Junior Red Cross 3, 4.
Louise Crawford Commercial
Band 1, 2, 3, 4 5 Junior Chorus 1, Me-
Margaret V. Daum Academic
Memento, Band, 1, 2, 3, 43 Mixed
Chorus 2, 3, 4, Operetta 3, 4, Class Play
3, 4 5 Silhouette 2, 3, 4, Junior Chorus 1.
Mildred L. Fuss Commercial
Memento Advertising Manager, Class
Secretary 43 Silhouette 3, 4, Band 1, 2,
3, 4, Band Officer 4 g Mixed Chorus 2g
Girls' Chorus 25 Junior Chorus 1.
Janet M. Hoffheins Commercial
Mementog Band 1, 2, 3, 4g Mixed Chorus
2, 3, 4, Girls' Chorus 2, 3, 4, Junior
Chorus 1, Operetta 3, 4 5 Varsity Bas-
ketball 3, 4g J. V. Basketball 1, 2.
Betty L. Kessel Commercial
Silhouette 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 45
Girls' Chorus 2, 3, 43 Junior Chorus 1,
Operetta 3, 4, Softball 33 Basketball 4,
Larry E. Gable Commercial
Memento 5 Class Treasurer 2, Secretary
3, Silhouette 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Band
Officer 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 1, 45 Oper-
etta 4, Class Play 3, Varsity Basket-
ball 3 g J. V. Basketball 1, 2, Baseball 2,
Rodney E. Hoffacker Commercial
Silhouette 2, 3 5 Business Manager 43
Jane R. Korver General
Fillmore, Calif. 1. Ripon, Manteca,
Calif. 2, Softball 2g Memento, Class
Historian 4g Silhouette 4: F. H. A. 2g
Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Operetta 3, 49 Girls'
Chorus 3, 4.
Alliene G. Krug Commercial
Memento Business Manager, Class Sec-
retary 25 Silhouette 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 4,
Officer 43 Mixed Chorus 2, Girls'
Chorus 2, Operetta 1: Class Play 41
Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 41 J. V. Basket-
ball lg Softball 2, 3.
Ethel M. Kinneman Home Economics
Memento, F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed
Chorus 3, 43 Girls' Chorus 3, 4, Junior
Chorus 15 Operetta 4.
Gloria M. Klinefelter Home Economics
Silhouette 4, F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1,
2, 3, 45 Officer 4, Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3,
45 Operetta 3, 45 J. V. Basketball 1, 2,
35 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4.
Patsy I. Leib Academic
Memento Editor-in Chief 3 Class Secre-
tary 1, Treasurer 3, Silhouette 1, 2, 3, 43
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Officer 4g Jr. Chorus 13
Class Play 3, 4, Varsity Basketball 2, 3,
45 J. V. Basketball 1g Softball 2, 3,
Junior Red Cross Council 3, 4.
Merle L. Long Academic
Gettiylsburg High School lg Eichelber-
ger igh School 2, 35 Memento.
Alma M. Milhimes Commercial
Memento 3 Class Vice President 4, Sil-
houette 3, 45 Junior Chorus 1, Class
Play 3, 4.
Joel H. Miller Academic
Band 1, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Oper-
etta 1, 3, 4: Class Play 43 Varsity Bas
ketball 3, 43 J. V. Basketball 23 Base-
ball 2g Soccer 1.
Patricia J. Miller Commercial
Memento: Class President 1, 4: Vice
President 33 Silhouette 2, 3, 45 Mixed
Chorus 2, 3, 45 Girls' Chorus 2, 3, 43
Junior Chorus lg Operetta 3, 4g Var-
sity Basketball 4, J. V. Basketball 1,
Gerald L. Mummert Academic
Memento: Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Play 45
Varsity Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball
1, 2, 3, 45 Soccer 1.
Trcva K. Myers Commercial
Memento, Silhouette 3, 43 Mixed
Chorus 2, 3, 4, Girls' Chorus 2, 3, 43
Junior Chorus 1, Operetta 3, 4.
Barbara E. Newman Home Economics
F. H. A. 2, 3, 4, F. H. A. Officer 3, 43 Z
Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 45 Girls' Chorus 2,
3, 45 Junior Chorus 1, Operetta 4. 2
Robert Reichert Academic
Memento, Varsitiv Basketball Manager
1, 2, 3, 4, Baseba l Manager 1, 2, 4.
Peggy L. Reynold Commercial
East Berlin High 1, Band 1, Memento,
Silhouette 43 Class Play 33 J. V. Basket-
ball 2, 33 Varsity Basketball 45 Soft-
ball 2, 3.
Paul T. Prutzman General
Band 1, 25 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Boys'
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 gOperetta 1, 4 5 Base
ball 3, 45 Soccer 1.
Larry R. Racey Agricullure
Class Secretary 15 F. F, A. 1, 2, 3, 4,
Officer 2, 3.
Lorene C. Segraves Home Economics
F. H. A. 2, 3, 4.
Philip E. Shadle Academic
Class Historian 3.
Robert L. Sibert Academic
Memento, Silhouette 2, 3, 45 Band 1, 2,
3, 45 Class Play 3.
Robert C. Sowers, Jr. Academic
Memento: Class President 2: Silhouette
2, 3, 45 Band 2, 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 1, 45
Boys' Chorus 1, 4, O eretta 1, 3, 4g
Class Play 3, 43 Junior gted Cross Coun-
cil 1, 2, 3, 43 Vice President J. R. C.
County Council 4.
Walter 0. We-hler Agriculture
F. H. A. 4: Mixed Chorus 1, 4, Boys'
Chorus 1, 4, Class Play 4.
Mary A. Wolf Commercial
Memento, Silhouette 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2,
3, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 43 Girls' Chorus
2, 3, 43 Operetta 3, 4 3 Class Play 3, 45
Varsity Basketball 4, J. V. Basketball
1, 2, 3, Softball 2, 3.
Pauline N. Stair Home Economics
F. H. A. 2, 3, 43 F. H. A. Officer 4,
Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Girls' Chorus 2,
3, 4g Junior Chorus 13 Operetta 3, 43
Softball 25 Basketball Manager 3.
,Ioan M. Slough Home Economies
Memento, Class Treasurer 15 Silhou-
ette 2, 3, 43 F. H. A. 3, 4, Mixed Chorus
2, 3, 43 Girls' Chorus 2, 3, 4: Junior
Chorus lg O .eretta 3, 43 Varsity Bas-
lgetfogll 3, 4, V. Basketball 1, 2, Soft-
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How We Looked
As one is often apt to do
When years go by and you are lonesome too,
I tuned in my T. V. set to watch and listen
To a Memento program called "Reminiscing".
And there before my very eyes, as if it were a dream,
My former classmates, one by one, appeared upon the screen,
The present status of their lives and what they hoped to do,
In candid shots, were shown to me, in panoramic view.
Joyce Adams led off and brought to mind,
That her sole ambition was to help mankind.
In politics, Ray Aldridge has made his name,
On the G. O. P. he has ridden to fame.
Jerry was working for his Uncle Sam,
In his uniform he's a handsome man.
In tilling the soil, John ranks high,
Bet he hibernates when winter draws nigh.
Ada Bowman, a barber she'd be,
A barber she is - well "Glory Be."
In the role of a housewife I saw Louise,
Her natural aim is to live with ease.
I saw a Ian band, I watched it a while,
And there was Daum and her big bass viol.
That car Fuss drove was a wreck and a wrack,
But I saw her today in her new Cadillac.
Gable is drumming his way to fame,
With the Air Corps Band I saw his name.
Rodney's deft fingers flew o'er the type,
As a linotype operator, he's top flight.
Janet-an actress? I saw her instead,
As a happy homemaker, married to Fred.
Ethel Kinneman, now wouldn't you know,
Is the new "Dagmar" on the "Bean Bag" show.
Gloria Klinefelter was shown on the screen,
In the cutest white home I ever have seen.
In a white uniform jane Korver came to view,
She's caring for babies and they love her too!
Kessel, remember? She was still as a mouse,
As a T. V. star, she brings down the house.
To be a WAC or a WAVE, Krugy always aspired,
I see she's a captain, and already retired.
Pat Leip is a coach of a basketball team,
Those college co-eds are sure on the beam.
I saw Merle Long mid test tubes and flasks,
As a lab technician she had many tasks.
Joel in Hollywood is another Clark Gable,
To play any role, he is willing and able.
Ballet intrigued Patsy in school days,
New her T. V. dance is a national craze.
As a television model, Alma is solidly booked,
Remember how neat her hair always looked?
A sports program came, I tuned out the snow,
And there was G. Mummert the star of the show
Treva's blond curls were as pretty as ever,
The man that gets her, will have to be clever.
Newman's appetizing cherry pies,
Are still winning contests and the prizes.
As proprietor of a modern garage,
Prutzman's day dreams were no mirage.
Larry Racey has skyrocketed to fame,
Flew round the world in a jet propelled plane.
That camera of Ileichart's, remember its flash?
Its magical lens has put Bob in the cash.
Peggy so lively, so pert, and petite,
Showed howto keep an apartment neat.
A homemaker's duties had become Lorene's,
She got her man while still in her teens.
A shoe shine parlor is Phil Shadle's abode,
But now he's the owner, so I was told.
Robert Sibert, a professor is he,
Has a Phys Ed class on the morning T. V.
"Bell bottom trousers and coat of navy blue,"
And they've got Bob Sowers singing it too.
Nursing is Pauline's lifelong career,
This humane profession she holds very dear.
Joan Slough, you recall, a salesman supreme,
She directed this program, a beautiful dream.
Walter Wehler reached his goal in life,
He now has a farm, three sons, and a wife.
A Wolf she was born, a Wolf she be,
She's the toast of the town on color T. V.
And as the show ended,
Each one a success,
I was glad I had known them,
In New Oxford H. S.
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JUNIOR CLASS. Left to right: First row: C. Naill, P. Newman, D. Dauin, M. Small, R.
Smith, Y. Richstine, G. Sewers, P. Stair, N. Lahman: Second row: P. Keith, E. Hankey, S.
Meekley, D. lflline, H. Myers, M. Reineeker, A. Baker, B. Mauss, F. Laughman: Third row:
ll. Kennedy, ll. Lauglnnan, IC. lleatriek, J. Kratzert, P. Mehring, E. Miller. C. Frankenfeild,
B. Millar, H. Costella: Forth row: C. Markel, L. Wentz, E. Knepper, D. Naee, G. Fridinger,
C. Wiseman, H. Millhimes, W. Snyder, D. Stout, D. Taughinbaugh, M. Yohe.
1952 MEMENTO PLANNERS. Carol Naill,
t business manager, chats with Nancy Lah-
man, editor, and Charles Marlcel who will
handle the business and advertising chores
of the 1952 yearbook.
JUNIOR ADMINISTRATORS. Merrill
Yohe, vice president: William Snyder, class
president: Edgar Knepper, historian: Shir-
ley Meekley, treasurer: and Yvonne Rich-
stine, secretary: watch the commencement
procession, which is to make them seniors.
The Sophomore Class Officers make plans as
they head for a class meeting. Fred Richstein,
secretary, talks with vice-president Kenneth
Eckerg while Robert Baker, treasurer, chats
with the Sophomore president John Kratzert.
Their Classmates, reading left to right, front
row, are: Doris Millar, Eileen Myers, Shirley
Sebright, Janet Benedict, Sally Keith, Delores
Baker, Myrna Rohrbaugh. Second row, Kath-
leen Breighner, Shirley Hoffacker, Joan
Sponseller, Jeanine Adams, Shirley Wolf,
Phyllis Alwine, Norma Jean Spangler. Third
row, Larry Laughman, Glenn Myers, Robert
Baker, Larry Duncan, William Yingling,
Ernest Walker. Back row, James Kime, Fred
Richstein, John Anthony, John Kratzert,
Dean Deihl, John Herman, Kenneth Ecker,
Freshman Class. Front row, left to right: P. Kessel, B. Smith, M. Herman, F. Costellu, M
Nance, C. Weaver, N. Myers, M. Holirbuugli, ll. Griffin, J. Myers, J. Admins. Second row: S
Yohe, N. Starner, S. Decker, N. Bortner, ll. Crusliong, M. Cassatt, IJ. Stair, D. Wagner, I,
Carper, E. Congleton. Third row: J. Holcomb, C. Harxnon, G. Stzxznluzxilgh, G. Costvllu, K
Benedict, J. Herman, IJ. l'l'Ul.Z!ll2tIl, I". Willwni, li. lloover, ll. lientzel, J. lirown, Buck row
J. Haverstiek, E. Kuykemlall, L. llouser, ll. Wilclusin, C. Stoner, J. Holcomb, C. Beaver, IZ
Fuss, R. Bream.
Eight Graders. First row, left to right: W. Szneuk. J. Brown, li. Stair, J. Jacoby, M. Stout.
S. Heiner, R. Roland, D. Fair, B. Griest, R. Truznp, IJ. Stziinlmilgli, Second row: J. Aucliy, T.
Esker, W. Bosserman, J. Ilysert, J. llaverstiek, N. liline, llumbert, ll. lgl'l'illll, ll. Jacoby,
D. Poller, l'. Lough, A. Lzihmun. Third row: ll. Lzzwyer, 'l'. Stough, B. Sine, Y. Trimnier, I".
Laughmun, S. Lauglnnan, l". Munimert, A. Hieseeker, ll. lleuver, 'l'. lientzel, J. Collins, IG.
Anthony, J. lluff. Back row: T. Sehriver, T. Young, li. Stzxulw, A. Czzrper, G. Spangler, W.
Korver, G. Duttera, E. Wolf, R. Huff,, G. Harrier, B. Sieg, J. Luuglnnun, R. llaverstiek.
Section One members are: front row, le-ft to right: l'. Laugrhmzm, A. Stambaugh, M. Ying-
ling, J. licker, lfl. Iiziuglimzm, J. lloclwrxsmith, J. lflippensteel, N. Sehright, E. Snyder, N
Costella, H. Millar. Second row: li. lleatricli, ll. Wiseman, W. Baker, E. Sager, S. Bly, L
Masenhimer, N. Emig, G. lfreecl, S. Som-i's, G. Staub, ll. Jones, J. Huffman. Third row: J
Wherley, U. Stiener, W. Wherley, H. Laughman, C. Emlet,, B. Riddle, H. Merrel, R. Mill-
himes, S. lilummert, C. Reynold, C. Sherman.
Section Two members ure: front row, left to right: IJ. Bentzel, N. Millar, S. Foreman, J.
Foreman, M. Laughman, G. Winand, R. Millhimes, M. Stair, J. Hippensteel, J. Runk. Second
row: Il. Lauglumm, G. Decker, F. Mummert, J. Korver, S. Shadle, N. Hull, S. Emig, V.
Bowling, R. Sager, R. lieynolrl, ll. Sipe, H. Stziuh, R. Croft. Third row: K. Smith, K. Yingling,
R. Laughman, J. Huff, li. Baker, L. Sterner, ll. Luughman, G. Duncan, R. Eisennhart, W.
Snyder, J. Merrel, A. Reynolds, li. Sturner, B. Meckley.
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Nace, E. Kuykendall. Standing:
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KEYS-TONE FARMERS. The highest degree that can be earned in Pennsylvania Future
Farmer activities was awarded to Dean Nace and Glenn Herr at the 1951 Pennsylvania
Farm Show. Congratulations.
Home Economics Cooking Class prepares to serve the school clirectors banquet. These
Kitchenetts are: Lorene Segraves, Ruthetta Bly, Mrs. lVlu1"y Stock, Ethel Kinneman,
Dolores Baker, Doris Miller, Pauline Stair, Joan Stough, Barbara N ewman.
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Miller, seated. Joan Siough, Ruthetla Bly, Lorene Segraves fluidclenl, Barbara Newman,
Pauline Stair, Peggy Stair, Dolores Baker, Ethel Kinneman, Martha Small, and Kathleen
Breighner receive instructions from Mrs. lvlary Stock, Home Economics teacher.
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Junior Red Cross Council advisor, Mrs. Mury Stock, is announcing to the council members
that Robert Sowers had been selected as Aclums County Junior Rc-cl Cross Vice President,
Members are: Norma Jean Spangler, John Anthony, Merrill Yohe, Marcella Rohrbuugh,
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Miller, L. Gublv, P. I,l'l.llZlN2iIl, I.. Mummcrt, J. K1'z1tzm't, Ii. Sum-rs. Thirrl
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JUNIOR HIGH CHORUS: Left to right: A. Stambaugh, D. Bentzel Y. Yingling, J. Eeker
J. Herman, S. Foreman, M. Laughmzm, E. Lziughman, N. Costello, J. Hunk, P. Laughman
P. Kessel, D. Stambziugh. Second row, ll. Beaver, Stair, M. Stair, J. Hoekensmitli, J
Jacoby, J. Brown, R. Trump, S. Heiner, C. Weaver, N. Myers, B. Smith, R. Millhimes, S, Bly,
Jllippensteel. Third row, S. Shadle, D. Wagner, Y. Trimmer, N. Starner, J. Holcomb, N.
Bortner, L. Mase-nheimer, V. Bowling, ll. Stair, S. Decker, ll Mummert, J. Brown, F. Cos-
tella, Fourth row, E. Baker, N. Humbert, W, Snyder, B. Seig, H. Laughmun, C. Sherinun
S. Mummert, H. Laughman, W. Baker, E. Starner. Back row: K. Deatrick, C. Decker, K
Smith, A. Laxhman, R. Sipe, D. Wiseman, J. Hoffman, K. Croft, L. Laughman.
Singing leads are: Nancy Gable, Paul Prutzman, Mildred Baugrher, Robert Aldridge, Charles
Markel, Merrill Yoke, Bill Snyder, Joel Millar, Larry Laughman, Janet Miller, Elwood
Miller and Ethel Miller. Miss Betty Jane Grieman, operetta director is at the piano.
Mr. Paul A. Harner, Band Director
The New Oxford High School Band, 1950 Penn-
sylvania State Class "C" Band Champions, was
organized in 1932 by Mr. Harner, and under his
direction, has been declared the Adams County
winner for 18 years, Southern Pennsylvania
District titlists 10 times and have won the state
crown 8 times. In national contests, the band
received honor rating in 1936, while taking the
national title in 1941.
Miss Betty Jane Greiman, Music Supervisor
As director of vocal music in the New Oxford
High School, Miss Greiman has presented her
choral groups in local, county and district
musical activities. Among these are school
operettas, Christmas cantatas, special and
assembly programs, county music festivals and
forensic competitions. Miss Greiman is also the
supervisor of music in the elementary schools
of the Lower Adams County School District.
District representatives Shirley Meckley,
Joanne Kratzert, Elwood Miller talk over a
musical score. Shirley and Elwood participated
in the district chorus at Columbia in January:
while Joanne played in the district band at
Delone High School, l1IcSherrystown, in Feb-
1950 PENNSYLVANIA CLASS "ff" CHAMPIONSHIP BAND
The New Oxford High School Band. Center semi-circle: A. Krug, P. Alwine, M, Sehright,
J. Kratzert, Second row: C. Sowers, C. Ormlorfl', J. Berwager. B. Sipe, A. Biesceker, C.
Stoner, J. Hockey, T. Iicker, Il. Millar, L. Ceirper, Nl. I'lUllI'l.7Z1lIg'l1, N. Spangler, Third ure: li.
Miller. B. Greist, S. Hoffacker, R. Fuss, J. Collins, Y. lilcker, Ii. Walton, R. Roland, T, Bent-
zel, Il. Staub, J. Lough, J. lluverstick, M. Name, Il. Sihert, J. Haverstick, J. Kline, C. Murkel,
E, Congleton, P. Newman, G. Rentzel, II. Griffin, Rear row: I.. I.:iughm:1n, L. Cruwfoi-fl, I'.
Leib, J Jloffhoins, L. Gahle, M. Wolf, G. Munnnert, R. Sowers, F. Ilichstein, Km-pper, M.
Daum, J. Kratzert, Mr. Paul A. Ilarner, Director.
The Twirling Batons, The Clever Hands, snappy costumes, and high stepping of Yvonne
Rickstine, B21l'bElI'H Mauss, Pat Mehringg Nadine Bortner and Rachel Smith add Color to
every band appearance.
Girls Basketball Team
Junior Varsity Basketball Team. Coached by Mr. William Schneider, play ed in the Adams
County J, V. League. Kneeling are: Ernest Walker, Bob Baker, Fred Richstein Pichaid
Bream, Larry Laughman. Standing: Coach William Schneider, Larry ll1Ul'l'lIIl81f, John
Kratzert, Dean Deihl, Dave Taughinbaugh, Kenneth Eeker, Henry Costella
Girl's Varsity Squad
Starting at lower left:
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Janet Hoffheins Y
Jane Stough ..,. ,A ., ,A , ,
Shirley Meckley .i,,,. i,..i, ' 52
Pat Mehring ..,,..,t.t i,,.,...,, ' 52
Betty Kessel .t.L.,.... ...ww,
Mary Wolf v,,v.,,,..., ,..lt 7.31
Nancy Lahman .,,..,
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X vonne Riehstlne ........t .t...,.,., ' 52
Joan Kratzert ......i. l.,,..
Patsy Miller ..... .
Patsy Leib t.,,..
Boy's Varsity Team
Cloclgwise from top:
Bender Miller ,e,. '52
Leonard Wentz , .,ii. . ..,, '52
Kenneth Ecker ,,,,,t ,t,..i, . '53
Joel Millar ,,e,, .,..e.l, ...t,.,,t ' 5 1
Charles Wiseman ,, .....,.e e'52
Dean Naee ,.ti,t....,y. Attt, ' 52
Elwood Miller ,.,,,. ..,.,..i. ' 52
Eddie Knepper w.w, . , , , ,'52
Bob Reichart ,.tv,i,a we .a.l Mgr
CHEER LEADERS. fOpposite page? Left to right, Caroline
Sewers, Eileen Myers, Janet Benedict, Marcella Rohrbaugh, Sally
Keith and Anna Mae Baker.
CAN YOU FINDYOURSELF HERE?
Class of 1951 in 1947
HOW WE LOUKEII THEN
- Kids Picture -
Page 24, Top line: Ada Bmriuuu, Alma Blilliimus, Betty Kessel. Lcwrcnc Segiuwes, .lirycs
Adams. Juam Swugli. Sclcuncl line: :lvl2il'Qlll'Ul llzium :incl sistrr, Holwrt Reichert. Mary Wolf
and sistcr, Hubert Siburt. Third limi: Aclzi llmvmzm, l'uLriciu Miller. lk-ggy Ilcynulil, Ethel
Kiimemzm. Fourth line: Roliwit Smwis, Vziulirw Stair, Slildrucl Fuss, Gerald Mummcrt,
Joel Millar, Joyce Adams.
Page 25, Top line: Louisa' Cruwforml, li'vg:gy HPf,'lll'llfl, Hay Alclriclgv. Gerald Mummert, l-lthi-1
Kiunemaui. Sccfoml line: Paul l'1'UiZlIlLlll, Trcvzi Myers, Alliciie Krug, .lorry Berwzlgvr. Third
line: Huy Alrlriclgo, Patsy Leila, ,lame Kurvcr. lfourth lime: Mc-rlc Long, Larry Rmcey. Larry
Gable, Robert Sibert, Gloria Klinefelter, Louise Crawford, Janet Hoffheins.
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Left to right, First row: Iris Kinneman, Gwendolyn Hamm, Ruth Kime, Madeline Stam-
baugh, Louise Demarest, Pauline Sterner, Delores Croft, Joan Srneltz, Betty Hoffacker,
Virginia Smith, Wilma Brown, Bernice Laughman. Second row: Jean Haar, Janet Miller,
lfllizabeth Nnill, Marian Draper, Ethel Miller, Dorothy Fuss, Nancy Gable, Beulah Chron-
ister, Kathleen Shriver, Susan Berwager, Dolores Crawford, Margaret Hankey, Mildred
Baugher, Elsie Decker, Pauline Harman. Third row: Donald Meekley, William Weigle,
Robert Aldridge, Joel Korver, Kenneth Naee, John Noble, Wayde Stover, Eugene Jones,
Edwin Trimmer, John Berwager, Glenn Cooley.
1950 CLASS OFFICERS
Eugene Jones , ll,,,. ,,.,,.l l,,l,l P 1 'esident
Robert Aldridge ,l.l,.,, Vice President
Nancy Gable ,..,,.e, l.e,l.,,,,... S ecretary
Mildred Baugher ,,,,.., ,,,...... T reasurer
Marian Draper ,,,.... l..e..l H istorian
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ATLANTIC PETROLEUM PRODUCTS
AERO OIL COMPANY
Phone: New Oxford 123 New Oxford, Pennsylvania
Q 1? 'D
lnlaid 6? Felt Base Linoleum
PHONE: NEW OXFORD 63-R-2
Venetian Blinds 6' Fine Furniture
Koroseal - Rubber 6? Asphalt Tile
FARMER'S and MERCI-IANT'S BANK
New Oxford, Pa.
Makers of The Standard Class Ring
UNION EMBLEM COMPANY
HIGH SCHOOL AND FRATERNITY JEWELRY
FELT GOOD AND COMMENCEMENT STATIONERY
P H NISSI EY MANAGER
17 19: 'A'
ALWINE BRICK CO.
BRICKMAKERS SINCE 1851
NEW OXFORD, PA.
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All Makes Sold, Rented, Repoirod
C. L. EICHOLTZ
New Oxford, Po.
GAS 0 OIL
R D. 2, New Cluster, Po.
KUHN AUTO SALES 8. SERVICE
Dodge Cars - Job-Rated Trucks
765 Carlisle Street, Hanover, Po.
HENRY E. LANDIS
Typenvriters, Adding Machines
Compliments and Office Equipment
of MARKEL'S Tvrzwrursn lsnor
CROSS KEYIS DINER Lincoln Woy Eost New Oxford, Po.
MYERS ICE CREAM CO.
Makers of OXFORD ICE CREAM
Wholesale and Retail
Phone 'IIB-R-4 Center Squore New Oxford, Po.
JOHN DEERE SALES AND SERVICE
VERNON RIFE, Proprietor
Farm Supplies - Goodyear Tires
Lincolnwoy West Phone 3-R-4 New Oxford, Penno.
Compliments of C0mplimgnf5
ARTHUR NOEL gf
Fresh Meats and Provisions HEMMINGERIS REXALL
PEIOIIO 8-R-3 1 New Oxford, Pd. "Good Health To All From Rexall'
YOUR TEXACO DEALER
Where Service 6' Products Are Tops
JOHN F. DUTTERA, Proprietor
Class of "34"
E. C. LIVINGSTON, INC.
NEW OXFORD ALUMINUM COMPANY
Manufacturers of Fine Aluminum, Brass
and Bronze Casting
STAUB CHEVROLET SALES, INC.
Auto Repairing - All Types Chevrolet Cars - Trucks - Ser-vice
A.A.A., Dunlop Tires - Keystone Genuine Parts and Accessories
Service - Gulf Gas and Oils Rototillers and Equipment
Washing, Waxing, and Lubricating A Specialty
105 LINCOLN WAY EAST NEW OXFORD, PA
Gi-ve Gifts That Last
MARK E. TRONE
44 Batlimore Street
Dancing - Picnic Grove
Roller Skating - Ride,
A. KARST, Manager
Ced Rates for Picnics and Outings
Your Favorite Furniture Store
LLOYD'S OF HANOVER
Men's, Women's, and Children's Wear
18 Carlisle Street, Hanover, Penna.
SAM M. KRAMER, Proprietor
205 S. George Street
18 N. Fourth Street
Phone 2715 - York, Pa. Phone 4-0258 - Harrisburg, Po.
Member of The American Association of Commercial Colleges
and National Federation of Private School Associations
18 Center Square
Quality Outfitters to Men I Boys
HARMAN W. DELL, Owner
Center Square, New Oxford, Pa.
Shoes - Rubber Footwear - House
Slippers for the Entire Family
Amoco Gas and Oil
On The Square
Regular Dinners Served
JOHN C. MYERS
Quality Groceries Since 1911
New Oxford, Pa. - Phone 79-R-2
STOUGH 8. LINGG
Sales and Service
FRED F. FEISER
302 Lincolnway West
New Oxford, Pa.
Best Wishes To You All
THELMA'S CANDY SHOP
102 Broadway :Street
On the Square, Hanover, Pa.
Use Your Credit
Open an Account
THE HOTPOINT STORE
I4-18 W. Chestnut Street, Hanover, P
BAKER 8. NACE
"Headquarters for Quality Electrical
HILLEN V. RIFE
West End Garage
New and Used Cars
18 York Street, Hanover, Pa
"Menchey Means Music"
R. H. SMITH
S H E N K
"Everything For Sport"
313 MARKET STREET
B 8 S DEPARTMENT
sa. I0 Store
The Store That Has Everything
ON THE SQUARE
NEW OXFORD PA
New Oxford, Pa.
Complete A to Z Service
ELMER E. WENTZ SONS
Floor Coverings - Gift Items
Sporting Goods and DuPont Paints
J. H. DUTTERA
leeds - Cement - Fertilizer
Grinding and Mixing
Phone 82-R-2 - New Oxford, Pa.
150 S. Peters St., New Oxford, Pa.
D. H. SHARRER 8. SON
"ESHELMAN" RED ROSE
Branch - Orrtonna, Pa.
Phone: Fairfield 20-R-4
Branch - Hampton, Pa. - Phone H4-R-2
Branch - Litflestown, Pa. - Phone 14
ABBOTTSTOWN GRAIN 81
Dairy L Poultry Feeds
Abboffsfown, Pa. - Phone E. B. 29-R-6
EA RL TH EATER
Carlisle Street, New Oxford, Pa.
FOR A REAL TREAT
UTZ'S Potato Chips
Hanover, Pa. Phone 4210
BLOUGH MANUFACTURING CO
CON N I E'S RESTAU RANT
Lunches 4 Dinners - Soda Fountain
Lincoln Way West, New Oxford, Pa.
R. J. BRENDLE
Eggs - Poultry
Wholesale 6? Retail
Phone 'I40 New Oxford, Pa
OLD MILL INN
Fried Spring Chicken
New Oxford, Pa.
CANNON SHOE COMPANY
ALLEN S. PRESSELL
General Auto Repairing
say It with Howersu Gas, Oils and Accessories
637 Broadway Hanover, Pa.
736 Carlisle Street Hanover, Pa.
We telegraph flowers
W. E. SELL
SPORTING GOODS open 6 days G week
Dancing Friday and Saturday Nights
210 W. Chestnut St. Hanover, Pa.
A. N. Draper, Proprietor
Peterman Pontiac Sales 8- Service
720 Carlisle Street
DR. FLOYD JAMES CARTER
4 Magnolia Parkway
Chevy Chase, Maryland
By Appointment Only - Wisconsin 4944
HARRIS 81 STIPE
Hanover Concrete Products Co
R. D. 3 Hanover
FARM BUREAU COOPERATIVE
Feed - Seeds - Fertilizer
Grinding and Mixing
Miscellaneous Farm Supplies
B""'l"' Richard A. Smith
Tele. Na. New Oxford 42
SHERMAN CLOTHING STORE
Outfitters For The Entire Family
GLENN I. MYERS
sz-34 Carlisle sum Hanover, ra. mmbing H"'dw"'e
GEO. W. LILLICH 81 SON
Feed - Grain - Fertilizer - Cement
sm Berlin za-n-3 New oxford 154 CGM" 51"-'01 NW Oxford
York Springs 3-R-I
P. J. SMITH
Supplies and Repairs
Stenger Music House
IIO Baltimore St.
Stenger Band Instruments
I5 E. Walnut St.
- Owners -
R. Feeser F. Bowman
BOWEN 81 MCLAUGHLIN
LAUNDRY CLEANING STORAGE
IIO High Street
Home of Homogenized Vitamin D Milk
Ice Cream Chocolate Milk
'Cater to Schools Cafeteria
Picnics and Clubs
209 Hight Street, Hanover, Pa. Phono 5163
C. H. STALLMAN 8- SON, INC.
Candy -- Cigars - Tobaccos
31 W. Philadelphia St.
CROSS KEYS HOTEL of
N" 0""""9"9 ou: QUAKER Pmarzzl. co
For - Banquets, Private Parties I-i"C0l" WUY East
New Oxford, Pa.
u I Fred G. Klunk, Prop.
Steaks - Seafood - Italian Spaghetti
Chicken In The Basket Phone 35-R-3
EHRHART-CONRAD COMPANY, INC.
Phone: 3830 and 3839
Distributors of Sweet Clover and Ecco Brands
KESSEL AUTO SALES
A. Wayne Kessel, Prop.
New and Used Cars
Bought, Sold and Exchanged
120-I24 Third Street
Phone 3-4269 Res. New Oxford Phone 62-R-31
Phone 2-4111 Complimentary
ELM AVENUE SERVICE Donations
Royal Jewelers, Hanover
Roth Bros., Hanover
Schue's Trucking Stop, Hanover
Auto Body Repairing
and Radiator Service
Elm Avenue Frank Warnick, Hanover
ily-pass between McSherrystown Gebhdrf Weilding Shop, New OXf0I'd
and Carlisle Street K. W. Ehrhart, M.D., New Oxford
Hanover, Pa. J. C. Menges, M.D., New Oxford
NoeI's Variety Shop, New Oxford
Reds Nace, Proprietor M. C. Nace, Hanover
WEBB 81 WOLFE
Yes, Webb 81 Wolfe sporting goods scores
high everywhere . . . on the diamond, grid-
iron, courts or links . . . all year round . . .
for baseball, fishing, golf, hunting, football,
bcasketbal land winter sports, too. And here's
When top-quality, nationally advertised
sporting goods is combined with over I3 years
of experience in outfitting teams and in-
dividuals with equipment and clothing for
their favorite sport, the result is a host of
Rely with confidence on . . .
Webb 81 Wolfe
I5 East Market Street
basketball and winter sports, too. And here's
Social and Athletic Club
New Oxford, Pennsylvania
"Portraits of Distinction"
25 York Street
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