New Oxford High School - Memento Yearbook (New Oxford, PA)

 - Class of 1952

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r X K xmig 'iff ff' 'WI ' S s y x : i s. si xul 2 X 11 JY ,1 LJ. '-CI 'J .il A N 1-f 4.4 1 ilu.. -.4p...... --.1 Silqggfx ww ...M . - 4- --vas SS. QV' r-A M ', J., .f U,.,,v-x v v 8 ' AIM s' 'X 3 .,, Us 4' A 4 dh. if x X fiwaewwad Those of us, while yet in high school, never .quite realize how our lives are being woven day by day out of myriads of invisible threads. But, in fact, each unnoticed influence, each guided activity, and every imperceptible tug up or down, which the ordinary daily high school experiences fumish, are silently, but surely, making up our lives and shaping their courses. The common place present in our high school lives we hardly count, be- cause we are always looking back on a past or dreaming ahead into a rosy future, which, we hope, will be full of wonderful and epoch-making events. And yet all the time, in spite of us, the future is being made out of the present, and the material of our future is to be what we are now weaving. This issue of the MEMENTO has been so planned that, in our dreamed-of future, we may look back on our past to see and appreciate the ac- tivities that were planned to meet our current needs and the incidental experiences that serve to make life more livable. May this MEMENTO brighten our future with cherished memories of our past. THE STAFF MEMENTO 1952 NEW OXFORD HIGH NEW OXFORD, PA. It is behind doors, such as this, thatwe find the cherished keepsakes and antiques of the past. Beyond our door lie the pictorial mementos of ourschool years. . . open it, and relive our experiences with us. . . N w 3 Q Q? x i 1 , "fin ' 331 ' 5' Er f ,U 2 i 4 I 235, lfteme "MEETING THE NEEDS OF YOUTH" Education for Democracy and Education for Life Adjustment, are the objectives of the secondary schools of today. How the New Oxford High School has attempted to meet the needs of its youth, is the theme woven, pictorially, through the pages of Momento 1952. THE THQ IMPERATIVE NEEDS OF YOUTH-- 1. WORK. All youth need to develop salable skills. 2. HEALTH. A11 youth need good health and physical fitness. 3. CITIZENSHIP. All youth need to understand the rights and duties of the citizen in a democracy. 4. l-IOME. All youth need to understand the significance of the family and what helps in a successful amily life. - 5. THRIFT. All youth need to know how to purchase and use goods and services intelligently. 6. SCIENCE. All youth need to understand the main scientific facts and their influence on human life. 7. APPRECIATION. All youth need opportunities no develop appreciation of beauty in art, music, literature 'and nature. . LEISURE TIME. All youth need to be able to use their leisure time wisely and well. . SOCIAL. All youth need to develop respect for others and to live cooperatively with them. . LANGUAGE. A11 youth need to grow in their ability to express their thoughts clearly, to read and listen with understanding. 8 9 10 Aapgplfmiaikinm ., mf -Q N s h h NA, . ,. Q .v Q .-- -f g i :. 1-Arif. .5 .h iz .. f ' S E :ill sa AS f E 4 l ga 1 CHARLES W. STOUGH " Charley" We, the members of the Class of '52, take this means to express our thanks and appreciation for the many, many courtesies extended to us during our school years. You, your willingness and your helpfulness, will always be formd among our best loved Mementos. THE CLASS OF '52 'X ll :H ck K K K' ., ,, Q' Q ' ,. 5- l . - A I 11 '1.Tx'-:-'?2fI1:- fr. w,M,,,R ' L 3 ,--, Q: Q ,V , -- . fl-' 1.51, lei Q E AAO' 01' In-Chxef-P Y 5 A ' Ariofxyxxxev N uncy Lahman Wigigggion V X .. A EXNQO nyder as K Advertising 1 . B . edict , - G91 m M l ess M UW' ,KW re Br. C- . Una Xwoygdw W bb. f 6 4101 gef Y ,kii 'Ev-9. Charles Markel Merrill Yohe . Q 5. - 'ix FG yy we A.. L1 l Sales TYPE? Ng M Roineckey. lu. Deatrlck 'Q ,R ' H. Myers - L we .:.- -, ... Jr. " gl w 15-1 i fi "nf l - me 1 ,. Assembler . ' Patsy Newman ' Zlllwnuwliln Siauilfif K WV Wx' y, pw- Qu , x nn. 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Q 15, aff .gt ' S, - ,,,. 1 .pn ' in , :N "K 2?'w.f ?'5 K Abmimigirmlinm . s -AVQL PRINCIPAL SELON F. DOCKEY 1929-33 Susquehanna University, A. B. 1933-35 Fayette Township, Pa., assistant supervisor 1935-37 Fraley Townshi , assistant 1937 1947 P supervising principal -47 Shamokin High School, assistant principal -52 New Oxford High School, principal as 1915- 1920- 1927 1917- 1924- 193 5 1947 SUPERVISING PRINCIPAL CHARLES C. TAYLOR 20 23 28 18 35 -47 52 Shippensburg State Teachers College Franklin and Marshall College, A. B. New York University, M. A Fairfield High School, teacher Arendrsvure Vocational High School, director Fraley Township, Donaldson, Pa. , supervising principal Lower Adams Iointure, supervising principal if vx 'YQ DOROTHY E HELP ER Art Supervisor BETTY JANE GREIMAN Music Supervisor VESTA SMITH School Nurse N- PAUL A. COMERER Senior Advisor C' niwc-.Sleniam .Scficwf Jaan Lavere A. Breighner, B. S. .... Herbert E. Bryan, B. S. , M. S. Ed. - . Paul A. Comerer, B. S., M.S. . . . Martin G. Flegal, B.S. ---- . - Samuel Forbes, B.S. -.--- Betty Jane Greiman, B. S. - - Paul A. Hamer ------ Dorothy E. Helfer, B. S. - Barbara Kerr, B. S. - - - John L. Kratzert, B.S. - - - Feme E. Moul, B. S. ----- H. Edgar Moul, B.S., M. A. - - Herbert G. Raab, B.S. , M. Ed. - Vesta Smith, R.N. -'----- Mary M. Stock, B.S. ---'- D. Miriam Taylor, B.S. - . . . . . . Industrial Arts . . . . . . Social Studies . . . Science, Mathematics . . Health, Phys. Ed. , Coach . . . . Commercial, Coach . . Music Supervisor, Chorus . . Instrumental Music, Band - - - - - - Art Supervisor . . . Health, Phys. Ed. , Coach Vocational Agriculture, F. F. A. - - - - - - - - - Social Studies - - - - Mathematics, Activities ...........En1i5h ------.--Schoollfurse - - Home Economics, F. H. A. - - -English, Latin, Dramatics gf, 55,1 'Uv , AN zs"'w3' .2244 ' - 3, LAVERE A . BREIGHNER MARTIN G. FLEGAL BARBARA KEIR , : .':i'l.,,. ., " S f ' w w A i A HERBERT Yew ' . Q SAMUEL Foasss ,,,, ,,, PAUL A. HARNER 14" fi if ' Q.. will It in -4. K X 'Vo "Nm" "3 FERNE E. Mom. JIYKQ X, T- Y 8 Q 6 ' 'ps' 1 4 JOHN L. KRATZERT H. EDGAR MOUL HERBERT G . RAAB MARY M STOCK D MIRIAM TAYLOR 1' 4'-' 4 lm M1 elm iiliisgiiimiiidlw Qiiiiilhi l EB mu 6110352 gialiwlfig STANDING: Ruth A. Deatrick . Glenna K. Fiscel . Catherine Budd . . Ray I. Sponseller . Z. Ruth Sponseller Eva G. Smith . . . Marie G. Smith. . . SEATED: Sara W. Yohe . . Kenneth Hetrick . Eva Snyder .... M. Esther Altland Gerald L. Orndorff'. .. l Vivian M. Hamm Qiludllrmurialu SARA WISE YOHE Died, January 10, 1952 . Green Ridge 1-6 . New Oxford 5-6 . New Oxford 2-3 . . Brush Run 3-6 . . . .New Oxford 3-4 Valley School 1-3 . New Oxford 1-2 Red Hill 4-6 .. .. l. Springs 5-6 Home ound Green Springs 3-4 , , Pine Run 1-6 Green Springs 1-2 'L O ,M M. . ,JS .Q Q x x . 'hr 'wk in' . . -Q , 146546 RX qs' fx M . W rms x xml ,Q o ' 'Q' X , V . X wg. Nw! 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' ' MSM -4 M Q Como no the north wand' 'x .. I - M . . . . EMERSON rf M' ' ff' Q' 1- ,Q U' 1 ,,. WILLIAM H. SNYDER III Academic Course Memento Production Ed. Class Pres. 1-2-3 -4 Mixed Chorus 2-3-4 Boys' Chorus 2-3 -4 Ch. Noon Comm. 4 Silhouette 3-4 Operetta 2-3-4 Class Play 3 CLASS PRESIDENT 1 TREASURER 556931 as W sr -fe ii 0 6 9 Ab Q? a SHIRLEY A. MECKLEY Academic Course Memento Class Editor Girls' Chorus 2-3 -4 District Chorus 3-4 Class Treasurer 3-4 Class Vice-Pres. 2 Silhouette 1-2 -3 -4 Mixed Chorus 2-3-4 Operetta 2-3 -4 Basketball 3-4 i"'3'1 YVONNE E. RICHSTINE Commercial Course Class Secretary 1-2 -3 -4 Band 1-2 -3-4, Officer 4 Girls' Chorus 2-3 -4 Mixed Chorus 2-3-4 Basketball 1-2-3-4 Majorette 1-2 -3-4 Junior Chorus 1 Silhouette 3-4 Oisretta 2-3-4 C ss Play 4 fc' A. Sv P' .J- Sv 6 A 9 .-0 S7 NX A , xl 'is- VICE-PRESIDENT HI , yxllii STORMN EDXTORAN C MERRILL A. YOHE IR. Academic Course Memento Advertising Band 1-2-4, Officer 4 Ir. R. C. Council 3-4 Varsity Basketball 4 Class Vice -Pres. 3-4 Class Treasurer 1-2 Mixed Chorus 2-3 -4 Boys' Chorus 2-3 Silhouette 3-4 Operetta 2-3 -4 Class Play 3-4 Baseball 1-2-4 Ir. Varsity 2 EDGAR M. KNEPPER Academic Course Varsity Basketball 3-.4 Class Historian 2-3-4 Baseball 1-2 -3 -4 Ir. Varsity 1-2 Mixed Chorus 4 Boys' Chorus 4 Class Play 3-4 Band 2 -3 -4 Operetta 4 "Sa, x x NANCY L. LAHMAN Commercial Course Memento Editor-in-Chief Class Vice-President 1 Girls' Chorus 2-3-4 Mixed Chonrs 2-3 -4 Basketball 1-2-3-4 Junior Chorus 1 Silhouette 3-4 Operetta 2-3 -4 Class Play 3-4 HENRY C. COSTELLA AGRICULTURE EARL R. DEATRICK CQMMERCIAL I. V. Basketball 3: F. F. A. 1-2-3 -4g Baseball 3-4 Memento 4: Si1houette2-3-4g Arts and Cr3ftgC1ub3-4 1.952 51 A DOROTHY E. DAUM GENERAL ANNA MAE BAKER COMMERCIAL Memento Literary Editorg Silhouette 2-31 Editor 4g Silhouette 4: Mixed Chorus 3-4: Girls' Chorus 3-4: Class Historian lg Band 1-2-3-4g Mixed Chorus 2-3- ltmior Chorus 1:0PefCIia 3-4: Class PlaY 3'4: Cheer- 4g Girls' Chorus 3-4: Junior Chorus lg Operetta 2-3- leader 1-2-3-4 45 Class Play 3-4 CARL I. FRANKENFIELD V0 -AG GILBERT L. FRIDINGER COMMERCIAL Bo s' Chorus 2- Operetta 25 Varsity Mixed Chorus 45 Boys' Chorus 4g Operetta 4: Class Play 3g F. F. A. 1-2-3-4, Officer2 Mixed Chorus 2g y , Basketball!!-4: I. V. 1-2g Basebal12 V90 xy, ' QQLSJS-Li j ' .::, f , 1552522 -A H EVELYN M. HANKEY COMMERCIAL GLENN E. HERR AGRICULTURE Memento 43 Silhouette 3-4g Mixed Chorus 3: Girls' KeystoneFarmerAward 3gSilhouette 2g Mixed Chorus - h rus 1: Operetta 3: Class Play 3 2-3-45 Boys' Chorus 2-3-43 Operetta 43 F. F. A. 1-2-3-4, Officer 2-3-4 Choms 3, Junior C o DALE R. KENNEDY AGRICULTURE FRANCIS L, LAUGHMAN COMMERCIAL Mixed Chorus 2-3-4: Boys' Chorus 2-3 -4g Operetta Memento 4g Silhouette 3-4g Arts and Crafts Club 3-4 2-3-4: F. F. A. 3-4. Officer4 7.952 . t J I X, l CCE., L, ,rr JOANNE B. KRATZERT ACADEMIC Memento 4: Silhouette 1 -2 -3 -4: Band 1 -2 -3 -4gMixed Chorus 2-3-4g Girls' Chorus 2-3-4g Operetta 2-3-4g Class Play 3-4: Basketball 1-2-3-4g Ir. Red Cross Council 2-3 -4: District Band 3-4 PATTY J. KEITH GENERAL Mixed Chorus 2-3-4g Girls' Chorus 2-3-4: Ixmior Chorus lp Operetta2-3-4g Class Play 3-4: Cheer- leader 2 HERBERT L. LAUGHMAN COMMERCIAL BARBARA I. MAUSS COMMERCIAL Silhouette 3-4g Majorette 1-2 -3-4: Mixed Chorus 2- 3-43 Girls' Chorus 2-3-4g Junior Chorus 13 Class Play 3 PAT A. MEHRING GENERAL Silhouette 3-45 Mixed Chorus 2-3 -4g Girls' Chorus 2-3-4pJunior Chorus 13 Operetta 2-3-4g Class Play 3g Basketball 3g Drum Majorette 1-2-3-4 XX?-L- 1 W 'L - CHARLES A. MARKEL COMMERCIAL Memento Advertising Manager: Silhouette 2-3-43 Band 1-2-3-45 Officer 3-4: Mixed Chorus 2-3-45 Boys' Chorus 2-3-4: Operetta 2-3-4: Class P1ay3 HARRY B. MILLAR IR.. AGRICULTURE HELEN L, MYERS COMMERCIAL VRISHY Basketball 2-3-4: J. V. 1: Baseball 1-2-3-4: Memento Sales Mangierg Silhouette 2-3-4: Mixed F. F. A. 1-2-3-4 Chorus 2-3-4g Girls' orus 2-3-4 QXKK 1.952 QS HARMAN C. MILLHIMES AGRICULTURE M. ELWOOD MILLER COMMERCIAL Keystone Farmer Award 4: Mixed Chorus 2-3-43 Boys' Memento Art Editor: Silhouette 1-2-3 -4: Band 1-2- Chorus 2-3-45 Operetta 2-3-4: Class Play 4g F.F.A. 3-4: Milied C1'10l'llS 1'2'3'4i BOYS' Chorus l'2"4: 1-2-3-4, Officer 2-3-4 Operetta 2-5-4g Class Play 3-4: Varsity Basketball 3g J. V. 1-2g District Chorus 3-4 PATRICIA I. NEWMAN COMMERCIAL MARY I . REINEC KER COMMERCIAL Memento 4g Silhouette 4g Band 2-3-4, Officer 4g Memento 45 Silhouette 2-3-4: Band 1-2-3-4:'MiXed Mixed Chorus 3-4: Girls' Chorus 3-4: Operetta 3-4. Ch01'l1S 2-3-43 Gxrls' Chorus 2-3-4: JIIIQOI CTIOIUS 1: Operetta 2-3-4. lt. A A Sf X - 'X -5:-.-, . res 4 42 DEAN L. NACE AGRICULTURE CAROL E. NAILL COMMERCIAL Ke'ystone Farmer Award 3: Silhouette 3: Band 1-2-3- Memento Business Managerg Silhouette 3-45 Mixed 4: Mixed Chorus 1-2-3-4g Boys' Chorus 1-2-3-4g Chorus 3: Girls' Chorus 3g Junior Chorus lg Operetta 0peretta3-4: Class Play 3g Varsity Basketball 2-3-4: 3g Class Play 3. J. V. 1gBaseba111-2-3-4gF. F. A. 1-2-3-4:Officer 3-4: F. F. A. State Band 2-3-4. MARTHA J. SMALL HOME ECONOMICS LUCY E. SPICE R HOME ECONOMICS East Berlin 15 F. H. A. 2-3-4, Officer 2 F- H- A- 2-3-4 si? A5 W 1,952 i RACHEL K. SMITH COMMERCIAL Silhouette 3-43 Band 1-2-3-4g Mixed Chorus 2-3 -45 Girls' Chorus 2-3-4g Junior Chorus 11 Operetta 3-45 I. V. Basketball 1: Majorette 1-2-3 -4 Y CAROLYN M. SOWERS COMMERCIAL Silhouette 1-2-3 -4g Band 1-2 -3-4g Mixed Chonrs 2- 3-45 Girls' Chorus 2-3 -45 Operetta 2-3-4g Class Play 4: Cheerleader 2-3-4: Jr. Red Cross Council 2-3-4 DAVID I. TAUGHINBAUGH I. V. Basketball 3: Baseball 2-3-4. PEGGY A. STAIR HOME ECONOMICS Silhouette 4g Mixed Chorus 3-49 Girls' Chorus 3-4: Operetta 3-4g Class Play 45 F. H. A. 1-2-3-4. Officer 3-4. 1' t e Q. ,Y CHARLES L. WISEMAN ACADEMIC Mixed Chorus 1-2-3-45 Boys' Chonis 1-2-3-4g Operetta 2-3-4, Jarsity Basketball 3-45 J. V. 1-2g Baseball 2-3-4. R A A .ss . LEONARD L. WENTZ GENERAL Class Vice President 2g Silhouette 4: Mixed Chorus 4g Boys' Chorus 4g Operetta 4: Class Play 3: Varsity Basketball 3-45 I. V. 1-2: Baseball l-3-4. LIBRARY MEETING PUPII.. NEEDS . 5,5 ' "f. , ' , B I 'r- 4-Ili 5.4 EL C Q S, gf J I I TRANSPORTATION SIC APPRECIATION N 'I SKILLS 47? ...ny--dugg., aj S Senior' SEPTEMBER School opens - two new teachers, Mrs. Kerr and Mr. Forbes. Drew home room 41 Poor Mr. B. Vacation already! - South Mountain Fair 'Day - big time. Nomination Day for class elections. Class political campaign starts - such promises! Class elections - seniors are in a rut - same 5 officers for the past 3 years. Social Calendar announced - seniors rated 3 dances. Pennsylvania Week Quiz Contest - Merrill Yohe high man. Congrats! OCTOBER Memento Staff selected - yearbook starts. Senior Skating Party at Forest Park. 'Linament Dayl' Senior pictures taken - poor camera! Senior Assembly - 'Syncapated Justice' - a riot, no NOVEMBER less! Folflstl day of lnmtlng season - even the girls turned nlm- r s First basketball ame - lost 33-42. Senior Play - 'got Chocolate' - both houses packed - Good too. Sadie Hawkins Dance - 'Smooth Smoos'. Thanksgiving vacation - deserved? DECEMBER whafda snow storrnl 15 inches - "It's a Marshmellow or '. Senior pictures arrived - pretty? Yes. Christmas Music Pr am cancelled - snow. 'Pete", Shirley, a:sr"Wentlze" rushing madly dlstrl- butlg Christmas candy. No ool- thankstothesnaw. Xmas Vacation starts - Santa's com1n'. Seniors hold 'Yuletlde Dance'. Nlcel 'if .. "' if ,vw v A vt' Q4 X A F Q I A ffl, d U , X, K, A, - f: . . 0 lk - .4 S S S N Q .I U' A .qs D X Dates JANUARY 4 Adams County Basketball League opens - victory 44' 29! 22 First semester ends - Tears? 31 District Chonrs - Waynesboro - Elwood and Shirley at- tend. tak! FEBRUARY 1 Momento to ress - what a relief! 2 Grotmd hosiery - only the brave venture forth. Did you? 14 Valentine y - Ugh - those ugly ones! MARCH 1 Senlor 'Sock Hop' dance. 2 'Darnlng day!" 14 tCareer Conference at Gettysburg - a view into the uture. 17 Lots of green today! See Mr. B? APRIL 1 April foo1's Day - did you celebrate? 1 Bazball Season opens. 11 Easter recess begins. 24 State Band Contest at Harrisburg. MAY 1 Memento arrived! 9 Senior H1 Operetta - 'Hollywood Band' - a huge success. 9 May Day - 'Queen for a day". 19 Grade Day - some cried, some shouted, but I just wondered-- 23 Awards assembly - Great day! 25 Baccalaureate Service - good advice. 28 Commencement - memories, tears. hand shakes, doubts . . . 29 Start of New York Trip - early birds! 30 New York sights - wonderful. 31 Ditto. .TUNE 1 Home - tired, but ALUMNI I xi fb J.-fy, J .A A,- D. M ,Xara A yrs gf .gwtl t is -- S as ig --4 SCWN Q YEYAENCIL- CE Q4 OUT-OF-CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES aw 4 'Nw mi? RECREATION vaaiw GE 979 P35 ME YXJ ,,., 90 Q, 'Q -'-1.1 1' wff. R,I, AE' THE STORE ' A 64.1 -JN 5 0 . Mi I -T AW 4 HOT CHOCOLATE THE CAST: Peggy Stair, Anna Mae Baker, Harmon Millhimes Yvonne Rickstine, Carolyn Sowers, Merrill Yohe, Joanne Kratzert Edward Knepper, Elwood Miller, Patty Keith, Nancy Lahman, Miss Miriam Taylor and Dorothy Daum. Sminr EJDILHQ 5 fi-1-5+ E 'fi 3 g o' U 'Q9Umm11m11w5L2m nw Drum A Q fi, , ui 1' ' x J Q ,. .. Vhzh a-'EW . ,E .b. ,q bbgz li i, ""' igiuuzomllikm .,,. bw Mur L ,,fA if lg xi' for Elnauruioir Bplag "DON'T TAKE MY PENNY" STANDING: Pat Mehring Chas. Markel Dean Nace Merrill Yohe Elwood Miller Leonard Wentz Evelyn Hankey Miss Taylor, THE CAST Play coach I s Q A E 2 E Q I 3 SEATED: C. Frankenfield William Snyder Dorothy Daum Joanne Kratzert Barbara Mauss Carol Naill A nna Mae Baker Nancy Lahman Edward Knepper WORK Smabm SMHS Efhiqal Relafions LEISURE . ,wiv H .qw 1 Aflfs A!' ?iQ5fm24nL. .. IC. 'w e rf i 4' . 3 HEALTH Good HabiTs Physical Fifness APPRECIATIO iobbies - Reading CITIZENS'-Hp Enjogmem' of Beau' "I'oday's Informed Yauth THE NEEDS OF 9 ,x 9 1 ' , f v rdf., O . W. V, q,,,.' I O W E E.,. .E.E--E. ,,,EE. ,,.5g,,E.E., YOUTH SCIENCE Problem Solving Undersfanding of Life I MM Bi! I mm OTHER PEOPLE Respecf for Ofhers Ethical Relations EDUCATING Fon LIFE I'omorrow's Gaod Citizen" in will I PROGRAM In Q Annual Jaunt Friday, May 4, the boys' physicf olls A B education classes conducted an a it ,. p 1 S sembly program under the directibefvew O I r'f'l,7' 0 senior clas I Mr. Flegal, physical educatweit tormkforq hi ' '.Qr'Q, 23 65 gf.-of the P W Q t V---Of gh ,f'o,.."s:'ivi. ivggaogf tht G l N o 0 lx N ite, 91- Q-6, I, cows, fra 'Q 0 41 f bv KIKVP' ta ' -4-u'x'l.V - - Q I iv A -A . rs 6 , Q I' ""h ' 'fnd"'40,, 'o Q' -1- ,- -v V, e , ovcbiczsboi Y1afZQib:ixrX1nSjFormer Silhouette Editorl M EfVGiT'l1Jq.q, " .I QUE' gf ,, gif ,g'00,hec.:f'Q,,f fffseff ,A if v .,.-,S - A . . . c - ' ' ' - '0"fif h Sch I 4A1dS College Paper Staff a115orSa'1a ,I 051155 1 -Effie-sEN1oR GIRLS GAIN Ji ' 7 ' x w - lg 00 I , ,,,4jj1oI,,,,'2ZIf1i,.,,jS- 1e,,,,,I 'NT Barone GRADUATH Basketball janet Miller former editor of"170l1?12le5 Bthf' waoad' A' Gp . ' . Y. . . fo Dwi ww, ' , ,, ' I bog, -son 665, Tag ' YW., elmah Six' senior girls obtained jc le e D -i I 1 fxnnr- , r , i I Ng, rw - w s ago. Patsy N Q I I I III Il III .M Wl :h ' art: Q3 ' I Ile J 'an ary O oi- Q ' work at the 1 5 LI I I II I I II dliisozbh Mildred FI 1- Q i, I III I I iilI liI...I IIIIIIII Oo 0 11 - qc " " "I ' ' ' ' ' I 'orksS .1 Qi I STATE GOVERNOR POPULAR HOST l 5,5 at 006, 'ion I7 S .2 II , AT coNewAGo couNTRY cLus BALL I 30,66 X five 0,8 ' I I I The Annual Governor's Ball was held last night at the beautifully decorated .4?6J,,. 54 XXX, ,IQ 'fa . Q I I Conewago Country Club, and its premises held more bluebloods than the of F46 0 8 N fo lo Q T5 III' I Calumet farms. Gov. Taughinbaugh, a bachelor, was ably assisted in the I 'I 4 fda ,fb 00,6 Q v V receiving line by the lovely Shirley Meckley, directress of the Jefferson Ik, 01:16 016,15 College af Nursing. Patricia Mehring, the famous New York model, arrived ' I 3' "" " 'V 1'- '2'2- Little-,sk , IIIIIIIII early with her social secretaries Evelyn Hankey and Carol Naill, She was IIII II ,U I ' 25" E iisyxinxt IIIIIIIIII accompanied by her former school mote, Patty Keith, popular T.V. star. I. I 29- Nei QXJIJIIIEII Jo Kratzert, leading designer for all Hattie Carnegie clothes, wired her I 1- -:Sf regrets. 5 -AY N IIIIII II Her plone, piloteu by Carl Frank- MAMHAL I K Li X Q I IIII enfield, was grounded in Bermuda DEALERS FOR NEW IIIIII I 12, . IIIIIII where she has been vacationing. MUAD REKAB iIIIIl II mn!-Pe h dr an l'l Ii Gil Fridinger, pro basketball player I ' un ed FHA ll jqa Q IWIIII' and Ben Millar of the Brooklyn S I1 It ht I I ' Q On- 'I IfiI'fl'0m COUUUES attended 1 ' QI . I ll 'I Dodgers attracted autograph seek- niifced '?hes'gmO:d 5552529 of O Dua' QV C conference SI ' '.'ll ers, while Pat Newman and Von . . illllilmf 21 gggem . I new and unique store in the pent I .I 0011 - ' ' X III I". Richstine diminutive blondes, III Il Il S Qs '-qirgr TQ, i . l mode O 'SIWII-,Ing DICIUI-e OI the house atop the 20 story'Small-Er III II I, C Ollm R A II 'II Governor's table, Miss Newman is SDiCef Hotel BUlldif1Q- This SDGUQI II I I' lb 'fl II the private secretary to Dr. Cos- store "Mamhal and AlIje-tgoc IIIIII Ib Q wg I ll, ' td tit,M' R'h- lb k df Lhmanan os-II"'0 7 'I Is' Simi iinphleeflorafrdeioratdjsforlihe telllci :gaps oiifbergl is the exclu- Il Qgfollo 0 Q Q Il Governor's social affairs. Barb sive dealer for the new fur wrap IIIIIIII 56 61. Seq, ' III Mauss, merchandise buyer for Gim- currently the fashion rage of the IIIIIIIII ol- '76, 661 8 ' 5" Ax in I bels, Dale Kennedy, head of the season. This fur, taken from the IIIEIIII, of!60q2.. up ' ' 15-Lute., ,ig I I Mechanics Union, and the co-own- newly discovered, and very rare IIIIfI iII ei: 0:16 q Stuubsk -I l ers of the new two million dollar animal, the "REKAB", is of the fIIIlIlIII OQA-4.-hf'6QM , nys ....,...... IEWZSINQP! hotel, M Q r r h 0 Small and Lucy new "M U A D" color sensation. IIIII . ' 'A 11-15 ----, A' 'GSII I lIIl Spicer, occupied an adjoining table. Available originally as a coat, de- t Gfa I I II Charles Morkel, of Morkel Type- signed for one of the worId's IO IIIIIII B d ,Spec ,ainiill I writer Sales, and Mrs. Morkel, the best dressed women, the "Ml.lAD III 'IllI I roa cas het' TT - former Peggy Stair, arrived Iust in REKAB is now fashioned into III I I Nov Progr. BC I time to semthi sensatiorigalhand in- jackets, stoles land Imuifsghlwhich II o 1 ,. ternationa y amous, a erina, are on sa e exc usive y o is new II ii ' . -of comm'-I Rachel Smith, whose troupe pro- fur salon. This fabulous shop, the IIIIIII Exewises t,her:hnZ2I'h MOI The scnzxemw stuf I vided the entertainment for the only one of its kind in the world, Il'lIIIIlrCalnmetl1l1fj:'r?c:,!ILgb gent sbilrzgn. C pica COIIGII5 I evening. Dancing was to the music has brought its managers, Helen IIIIIIIIIIIS81Y - , P -I . Y Z lm WI-,ding 1' I of Harmon Millhimes and his Myers and Mary Reinecker, inter- IIII tdfress Willjfw 'tdcast over It as - Slate national acclaim. ""' Libqj-"7 O Q xting 001111 QQQSYXKFA " . r dents Receivr A ognifion in 5 Senior Award Chapel Pro- was held on the morning' of 24 in the N. O. H. S. audi- n. The purpose of the pro- was to give honors to the,I s in band, sports. science and' ound sportsmanship. lllllllli . K 6 -the . .th o -9 "' , ,gl EI' The ltiv 5 O' Q, neon ai H Je?-9 Nftvnicni er 4f','5lL'36"' Q . 5-iPeni 'wie,'e.se is 4 Grief 'Qui "' Q,'25Q9g, f Qme xx"f2."3n Gygax C, 0 Qvfl f 9' 4- '9 9 'O 6 llllllllllllllllllllll lllIllllll O X r' 1 'May Day at New Oxford High MI, 9? gas egg, 13, I2 I Y F' 4' it We M' at New Oxfords celebration of May Da Yeafboolis 4..ay 10. Thiilkgvba 4. gag, Z, I queen was crowned by her lady-in-waiting - Ii. in. on the front lawl xVGE?I'xVIfl1Qpe"i.5!fiHT re on the traditional llower-decorated platform. Patsy Miller was queen ani ceedings and re-broadcast-the Home ECOHOIHICS Lilfls Hi h it i, SCh00l8 Launch March . gf Play Host to Ag Boys X e Of Dimes Drive for '52 Take Adams -Leagu if he F. F. A. of New oxford Hig on Jar ,TR tion e a party for the F. H. A. am used i Q 13 the familiar Dgfeats 'Th-B CO1'Ona school orchestra on December 1 were in 0 "'h of Dimes ,ny Fleagle's Team -. ,gsflgliiing spfingtkiz-.ily lhe evening began with a Par,N .r 08: "Q homeroo Boiling SPrihZS Bubltlnff- oxfprd, -... o. .il , Ii' 'veek tl Mn I . 'aus in 4 iiiresifi W A tysbufl Floor Zvi C50 ...-......m New o1r10?:.s...-si.-eb-in ' 11 uf -QT-'mpg " . 0 l SX! ,gobxgfb 6 I sooo TEACHER AT WORK i fe - fl pfefiviitesii.. Approximately 5:oCf:12f: sew" ,6fb,,f4,fe5ffa Q ta li ' . I I 0 1 0 at 6' . good teacher, Gwen Horsmar. - .anis in AWBYASS Attend Three Ac 9i,2W?f:,5 Iggy, Qrfiofz iys, ghclv 'hh0n M , . V 4' "Q, fi, 56 . va xqeax li "Hot Chocolate! the SCWO' class? 'qv ' v.,.,f31"7 Q5 l. Knows her pupils. Nxgy play was presented on Novemberflbni will .J ,1 6569 I. Knows her subject matter. T on '05 ' audience of 3P'l? " V ivt ,bfi i. Prepares for recitation kaeo K cording to students' capa I-. Provides assignments th ing degrees ol' ability. l i. Explains assignments I makes them important. S. Uses the blackboard. l. Arranges seating carefull pupils by learning needs. L Commends performance. P. Respects each contribwii i. L yixixli liltl ,RQXXW I i.ililllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll CAPITAL DOINGS UNDER THE CAPITOL DOME Today Gov. David Toughinbaugh announced more new appointments and discussed some pressing problems that are engaging his attention. Merrill Yohe, President of the law firm of Yohe and Deatrick, has been named legal advisor to settle the new oil dispute which is No. l on the Governor's agenda. Yohe will present the case the following week to the State Su- preme Court. Other new appoint operated munitions plant. Plans for the plant have been drawn by architectural draftsmen Edga r Knepper, and the Governor an- nounced that he has succeeded in ments concerned the large government OIL ADDS FUEL TO FENCE ROW FUED A freak location of a freak oil LERS DElll w oxioiin ierlin Wins Fron 'ille - York Si s Newville-Ls i 'ln Friday '42 0 defendin If 1 Springs . 19 cords u l obtaining the services of the world well mode the headlines Qnd C,-e- R gp County W Q stgitq famous engineer William Snyder. ated'qUife 0 Sm this week. The 00 'tbfhi flbes ago'-ed Mr' Snyder' Mr' Kneppe' and 'EI' two adjoining dairy farms of Dean IOWA " Q efnof 163- vo U wood M'IIer' fzonstrucnon :ma yst Nace and Glenn Herr on Route 3 IL46 . Q G04 Bay y ad SL for the iob, he d a news con erence h b d I. - I6 O 6 le ave common oun ary ines run is 0, , use 3 6.30 today and assured the press that , 9 Q D Q 'Kong' 1956015 ,he plan, would be in Operation by ning from the Old Ox Road to the OJAQQI. 49 4 Jon- 1, 1955, Chgfleg Wiseman, Conewago River. The two farmers '75, 0 Q9 '90 . ' executive secretary of the Brick- were repairing the old fence be- 06, 90 '90 O,-6176, , I t t t - - d 6 fb Q ll ,Sr layers Union, stated this morning tween their properties an wer , QI, 6 gi 0 663 ' T that he has signed a no strike drilling new post holes when an L- . 1,39 logfqoh 0 , pledge for the duration of the con- under ground oil lake was struck struction. T h e ground breaking not four feet down. However, since Schedule Gam ceremony will be on Saturday. Dig- the gusher is on the boundary line 1 ' ' ' nitaries taking part are: the Hon. between the two farms complica- , Francis Laughman, Governor of tions have arisen. Attorney Yohe, started bagkerh U West Virginia, G e n e r a I L. C. prominent New 'Oxford lawyer, is ij Q' 9, U ve' ...Q Wentz, of the Allied Forces in attempting to settle the dispute. O 2 Eg Z X A si a , a n d General Herbert L. His suggested plan is to merge the - -5- 5 E O rn The junior assembly Look Laughman, Chief of the N.O.W.A. farms, and to form an oil syndi- Q- 5 U3 --- gh- E. the auditorium Friday The ceremony will start at 2:30 cate to be called the Hernoce Oil '- va' .Tag Q mb 31 ' ' P.M. with Miss Carolyn Sowers, Dairy Farm Inc. Although tempers cn Qi? :J ,,,' er ' , ' Met soprano, singing the National have tempered, the rumors run 2 5 Qs 3 Q- The "N6mlJly began Wlth the Anthem. rampant, all is well at the oil well. ,,, Q 5 F, Q Q ' -- ' ' .. -- fb :i gg? 5 at g Fi as 5 F 5 :: :s 5 ld 5- S:?'t5- AQSEEQS le, ,U gash-5 iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiii i iiiinminn inninini .. .-.2-gb:-:Q ,, 0 ,N -C ... .... ... S -'S tx Q, 'E SQ' ' 5 Q E N Q :r Q 52' 5 A S I 5- Q.. --Us D- r 1-1 j A "' if e-v A S g cn E N F' Q ' 'P i 2 :s 'D --!A" "SJ-'cgi ' g35:m9'S . -.4 ' ' O 0 Z -I to ra 9 Z Lx' "N H H w : E' l . ' "5-i'2.'5-'5'g I '55 is sf 5 l 4- ' 9 Weaver: s--2-If iii? iff.. Q: E2 Sj-3' Lg S 5 15 loanne Kratzert, Phyllis A Q, H t. Q.. use Parade Due In New Ox or fanwfhahman. Sally Keith :.r-11.-+-A 'C -fafpef. and .lean Brown. L J Qk Av' lf in 1 "H Qfjiy g . T l '5"""F f 155' .-,mf .J 3 . . - Q , W we , t' 'X ..V', ,,E,. ., , , an , . ww - 1 'S F 215 'ui' P131 Qs! -fn ,MN Rl ".'.'e:' hug. In A.. ' I A -...... ., K k A v-..-M... ., . H., .ig 0 My Xi '1 4 2 5545? , xi 3 uv X f '.. Q hizi f X 0 Q .fi -Q30 1' ,km . FP X 2 Q x M, , 2 :pfv A, ., 2 DIAPERS 1 ,Q ., .5 .. Q. w 'L iii 1513! -T-L -43' .. . 225' I' if ., 6 N sr 'W ,W, 5 S 11+ -W4 M ik i 1 R- 5225 K4 W4 I ' W V ...L .ff-'Q 1, Jiri. -A ' 1,4 ' Y -Ei, fkngsg,-KH aff, O xi jyipgfg mf R ,gy .-.6 Q S ff.fzf ff Q-' V "'!h M-, lk' V.....--. .ff ' J .1 Jr .' B Q 'V :- rl' 'Q .ei U 'FST ,J 5 . '-V V N, 5 . , j x s gfliirm V JPY' Aff. ' -Xa , A 1 """'9A fl'-:W " . 41,4 .M 4 J' .. 4 ,qi 4if'.Q! , ,rw wg -v 6? RFQ' A - ., u 'ws hw .0 'i y N Q .1 s , W x Q nv- si .. 5 '. 4 5' X ' 4:41.41 5 Q. b ' f X , Q 1. y m,.,gQ -m ,,'w"fU.ifF,2f'Q,fN wad .sw 1" ' -4 V " ws A .. smy1- :uf '1 , H-.+ f -- V-Q . 1 . 1- , 'aff ' . , Q43 'rt 2' ' 4 Tk. . . fwh up -- 5'-A . ' ' ml' ' ' .432 ,-N56-.-,,. rw, 4 .v,Wq , ,P '. .Q 5.:-'wq1,,: .mws ,gl--5 fa' ,wg ,Wg f 1 ' - f 41 ggx' . gy: ff-My if . 4 , . I ,fl f. r K xg 1-7' f Q , " I Mfff7aT'a"2' , Q H "!':y? , gm K+- ' .,,. Y V ESE-'..g.k.r 2-f?-SJ-'5-xxx:-141: . -' . A 8-Yi ' 1 .1 A .541 vw' -' . - g ,J- n:z.r'3 ' Q.f2Si!k"if X5 W L' A :Tar ff- A 'Q W. 'I x N i wmv. .V SN 1 IEY, . S, ,Q EEE! mi fx' Yf' 1 vi- ??i,3r3N '5 ff. , wtf Q ,,aj413,, 3 X 1 IPL O 'L gn ,l 1 , 14 , f fini vw 1,114 ',5.Si?1': 's 'Q xii xr 'Q' ,txt Q ul f . If 4n...I'1'0fff 4. x" bf QgfQ'.'1-'-'1x,'x I .J . I , g-rv '. 1 ,gl Q 'J' f-9 Play Makers EEDMM5 imma X65 Supa' so O peretta Notes H : I C' 26. Q 'T "" NP ig W' S S S 'n9 te' mf Efifikgiwm I V R?" an 3 'Q 'S K 5- . . , . . ' F 4 I ' N ,Lf-.:.,, N. sk ete e " A" Makers 7? STUDENT ADMINISTRATIVE responsibilities usually rest on the shoulders of a few. This is true for the Class of '52 which, in Senior High, elected the same students for three consecutive terms. Above, vice- president Yohe, president Snyder, treasurer Shirley Meckley, secretary Yvonne Richstine and historian Knepper, relax for a snack after planning their New York trip. Below left, they are seen, as juniors, solemnly watching the commencement processiong and as sophomores, seriously engrossed in an important class problem, Seni Class Officers C -N 48 'Gill iff f q V. ,. S-Lv, -, - . Q l ' - 41 ,vw if p I K .5 kk www . ,um ,Q ,sg gi I if Qj-, . Q, , me 6 ., , I 1,5 .--': , N 'if' 1 ' 31 if QW 'f"""'W '59-' 'F WAS 49' il " ,YW Ll 2, f -1. 4-f 'db' , 34 1 1 Y if V -1 49 A ' EJ ullkx 'I' .Q 51 5 , I ,I ,swf kg 7 I 1 -- M , h?kvx,,1f EEE figs! QFVUL' uxwh:1WiHUHQ Q 'Q,3J5 . x X i 4 , 4. E5 ,1:, H1 i IA . gg ? W, A, W Q H 4 ,rv LM' H uf .wk VV f'h--M ' Q 35 MMMAA mgMS3 3 l.iv, lg, Y V' 9 s S W,gw ix 3' ki: ulinanmxkm ,Ax Ng L A ,, 2 L fit? -, :wqu ,X ,. A Wynn. K A X f. jymf xxww Q, Y v mr 'M Nlq.,,v' G x g, , gg: FF, Q A 1 ' 1, L w M A S W1 In Sauk I Q i K K , X E' KY ' 'xg ja, A .,, .yr , f , A sf ,g 4335, . MMMg,QQ-,f, 1. L, p1x"'9'-'f.:,"?45,75g ,A , 'TH w N -i'w'aiW'1'?"3m . gkfxwffalmf-,ff ,,,:.-Q if 9 f'xrff,. X wz,w ,315 It 1 U Q UI! Qllnnlnf T 6213155 CLASS OFFICERS John Kratzert ........... President Norma I. Spangler . . . . .Vice-PICS Eileen Myers .... . . . Treasurer Phylis Alwine. . . . . ,Secretarlf Shirley Sebright . . D V , was M T D, ' . S... 5 T . T ,- - X g . W 1 9 Q X S mg CLASS ROSTER - FRONT ROW: Shirley Sebright, Sally Keith, Eileen Myers, Dolores Baker, Opal Borrer, Janet Benedict, Doris Millar, Kathleen Byerly. SECOND ROW: Betty Borrer, Phylls Alwine, Norma Jean Sfcan1?1er, Shlrley Hoffacker, Jeanine Adams, Joan Sponseller, Shlrley Wolf, Kathleen Breighner. B ROW: Larry Laughman, Emest Walker, James Kime, John Kratzert, Dean Diehl, Kenneth Ecker, Fred Rlchstein, Glenn Myers. SUQQHHUMUUTES FRONT ROW: Peggy Kessel, Betty Smith, June Brown, Darlene Wagner, Nancy Starner, Joflet Adams, Marcella Rohrbaugh, Joyce Myers, Shirley Decker, Melvalene Nace, Mary Herman, Nancy Myers, Christine Weaver. SECOND ROW: Sylvia Yohe, Evelyn Rogers, Frances Costella, Helen Crushong, Joanne Holcomb, Curvin Harman, Kenneth Benedict, Glenn Stambaugh, John Herman, George Hoover, Nadine Bortner, Harriet Griffin, Delma Stair, THIRD ROW: Evelyn Congleton, Dale Prutzman, George Costella, Richard Bream, Larry Mummert, Jones Holcomb, Earl Kuykendall, Harry Wildasin, James Haverstick, Cleason Stoner, Glenn Bentzel, Roy Fuss, Lois Carper. CLASS OFFICERS Shown here inspecting the trophy case are the officers of the class of 1954. Nancy Starner ...... . . .Historian Richard Bream . . . . President Dale Prutzman . . . . Vice-Pres. Qfi Melvalene Nace Secretar S . . . y , , John Herman . . . . Treasurer .1 ':l , i Q' . !I' D 2 . ,. . 'P are sxixi va 1 nl' s fiwglumwu SECTION 9-1. FRONT ROW: D. Beaver, S. I-Ieiner, B.Sipe, T.Bentze1, I.Co11ins, S.Laughman, P.Mummert. MIDDLE ROW: Y.Trimmer, N. Hurnbert, R. Haverstock, N.E1ine, E.Anthony, H.Bream, E.Staub, I.Chambers. BACK ROW: G.I-iamer, R.Huff, B.Seig, A.Carper, G.Dettera, W.Korver, G.Spang1er, R.Wineberg. SECTION 9-2. FRONT ROW: D. Stambaugh, I. Jacoby, D. Fair, E. Stair, A. Roland, I. Brown, R. Trump MIDDLE ROW: J. Auckey, W. Smea.k, J. Dysart, A. Lahman, T. Ecker, W. Bosserman. BACK ROW: R. Herr D. Layer, T. Slough, D. Roller, L. Delllnger, I. Haverstock, R. Lenhert, I. Lough, T. Schriver. W ,.-if K. Deeuick, D. SECOND ROWz . R Croir. BACK R . Freed, N. Huh. 3 J 1. af if i. R P In NHRA! . A Siarrxbarrgh, R. Srnrrh, H. Sraub, rxheixilei. Bent!-el, P. Laughrilari, . G Decker, S. Sewers, K. OW- N.Sebrrq,ku, Lrhase SECTXON 34. FY-ONT RO'Nz M. Serum, 3 Herman, 3. 9-any-, D. raugmnln, S. Huffman. man, F .Nkuxr1rr1er1, Rfirrskx. rA.Laug,brnan, tfA.Srair, . rxoms, H. Laughman. G. Duncan, WN. Snyder, G. B.Srr-gder, G Wwjarxd, N. Cosre1Xa, S.Hi99er1S166X. D.Stirxer, YN Backer, S1-Krxii, Lwherrey, B.Rrdd1e, L. Srerrler, Hylerrm, R.Laug,X1 r, A. Rey Y Sem!-, N.MiB2r, 9. s1pe,B.sraub, Huii, C . Sherman, E. Same ON 8-'2.. FRONT ROW: Nl. Ecker. SECOND RO 1 B. THIRD ROYN1 R.rAiXXhirt1es, SECT1 S .1-Kippensreel, S. R.Sorxes, D .NN isernan. sxarrxrg, saw. 'im ring, . Mecmey, . R.Sag,er,X. Mm M985 SECTXO Baker, D.8Ke5ecRet, . R. Good, D. Kwjkendall, L. Ro Baker. C. Huii. BACK ROW: E. Stemex, 1. Mxmxns, E. Remax, P. Baal. Q W3 5 Leminon, H. smocxwbam, 8. Sxpe, W D Trump, R.Hig,uxboxham 1 Y D Adams, X M ex Nl Chtonistet, . SECON9 RO 1 . s H. vibes e , . iewex, R. 'J N 'I-1. mom Row. E. wauon, 14. Nam, . C Omdo1ii,M.Swo , Mklewman, D.E1met. urban , G. Mmhimes, H. Laughman, F. Rosie , D. Spgxweuex, X. Kuykendah, S. euel, S. KXme Rodgexs, D. Deaulck, V. Laughxiian, dau, C. Nom, D. Wagnet, H BecRe1,D. Xliiex, W YK Trish. A. Hickynget, D. Ressd. X. n SECOND ROW: R. Wax?-ei, E. ilxwkexx 3 x-Xockensmixh, R. Diem, G. Moxgungsmax. - L. Wagamail, S. Sharks, W . Sheney, O. RONT RO 1 . ha! I Bxovl . S Sipe, . Triminet, SECTXON "l-'2.. F L. Wamxck, Yffohe, W . Mi , . D. Higxnbodxam, S. Dockey, S. Mehixng. . Auckey. BACK ROW: E. Laughina 11, L. Shoh, S. R. Laughmln, S. Reed, P. Baker, N. Lhughman N Ol qu JA usxgki iid Wig R. 1 .M " Y. Wu x W 1 1 N? -fun M- ar' nw-.,.,.. msn lllh ll 1 Q n gg E 'T , - af - Vg 2 3 ' , , . ' z 2 W 'L L x m HQ fi 2 A' f Hr-F 'M LP 'L E L ? .M as 5 x. Q 4 U Q w E K ka . fx Q 9 T5 H f' -1 ii x ' , i M 5 r 'E ,rms AL,,,,f... ',l 0 JL. . 3, Ba ' T 2 P fl 1 ,v pi tk F1 if N in-L 4 WA . 'J rio ' 'JM 1 I Quay MN . 'ff' v 1 A H'- ' .919 s - ' -f -' J ' ' Y c , I-. xx 5, +I x I 'M 'tw' gv,.A Au' . X i ' 5' x v .av . ' x -A ,., Q 6 y gb., w 'SY L' Y .. , , .f , . an ,M Q , 'rf' 4: T N ' v 5 Smooth mm lho wafer when fha brook is deep. 14" SHAKESPEARE 4-rf -rf 4- fs" 3' 'mi I Cfneedeadew, SALLY KEITH, JANET BENEDICT, "MARTY" ROHRBAUGH, GIRLS' TEAM Betty Smith Sally Keith Nancy Myers Pat Mummert Nancy Lahman Joanne Kratzert Shirley Meckley Lois Carper Phylis Alwine Mary Herman Yvonne Richstine Christine Weaver Betty Greist EILEEN MYERS, "SOAPY" SOWERS VARSITY BOYS Ben Millar ----- 24 Elwood Millar' - -17 Dean Nance ---- 20 Len Wentz ----- 18 John Kratzert - - -23 Gil Fridinger --- 25 Merrill Yohe- - - 16 Ken Ecker ----- 22 Ed Knepper ----- 1 9 Chas. Wiseman- 21 Samuel Forbes Martin Flegal V. SQUAD Duttera ------ -26 Taughinbaugh- 19 Mummert ----- 17 Wildasin ----- 20 Spangler ----- 23 Kuykendall - - 25 Carper ------- 10 Bream -------- 16 Walker ------- 22 Prutzman ----- 24 Herman ------- 15 Hoover ------- 18 Laughman ----- 2 1 if 9 ' Q I gg , TE ' , 3,5 K X 1 . Q j " A I l I " S' :Q .533 . 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A it FRONT RANK Eddie Walton Joan Dockey Jay Loiagh Harlan Staub Louise Crawford Melvaline Nace John Herman Margaret Daum Yvonne Ecker Sylvia Sowers Ruth Roland Sylvia Yohe Barbara Sipe Doris Millar Thelma Bentzel Aliene Krug Glenn Bentzel Carolyn Sowers Dorothy Daum Mildred Fuss Joyce Myers tgirl? .4 wL.2fl.J'wi 'Ne N6 - i941 JS" ' 8948 Q me-new 943-1950 Nfl JIFOFZ Nfi' AI'1G0L SAI V BAND PERSONNEL Marcella Rohrbaugh Harriet Griffin Shirley Sebright Eileen Myers Larry Laughman Pat Newman Terry Ecker Charlotte Orndorf REAR RANK Gwendolyn Freed Pat Leib Janet Hoffeins Shirley Hoffacker Mary Wolf Joanne Kratzert Larry Gable Robert Sowers James Haverstick James Kime Allen Carper Gerald Mummert John Kratzert Merrill Yohe Charles Markle Robert Sibert Jerry Berwager Eddie Knepper Elwood Miller Earl Kuykendall Dean Nace Fred Richstine Anna Biesecker Cleason Stoner Roy Fuss Jack Chambers Lois Carper Myrna Rohrbaugh Norma I. Spangler Phyllis Alwine Mary Reinecker N,QJEl'iS 00 l94I fm mf 6 'v' V V 3 JV S . i fflffijixul A. Hamer! XX E' 5 sawn! EQNEJG si:ffdasgv21! 1' A Ri f Q A-1 . ., g . VF f A ,S 1+ Si ' 1 ' 'ffl' S f , S 3 A S A . 5, X. A 33 I H Au f? AA l W i a 1 Q ? A , 2, K N b. j 1 D - l I 1 if . I I Af , f -L A 5 2 3 PENNSYLVANIA CLASS "C" CHAMPIONS S ' "" 'WKVIQ ' "E "" V' ' " "W V SSM N Q ' Q 1 ' W MESH " An, 7 f .1 QQTEBS.: iii! nr- l 5 6 t X . X K g 7 K Swruizuuif illiiglh 5 b ,iUU1u1n'nfi1mrff Cfmn fmnffxm Q 'T 4 I FRONT ROW: E. Myers Rohrbaugh Griffin Millar Benedict Stamer Breighner Carper Bortner Holcomb Lahman Sowers Meckley Wagner Me ing Kratzert Mauss Reinecker J. Myers Q with 3 S sv' s Q6IlwQyM111h GLEE CLUB ROSTER MIDDLE ROW: Rickstine Sebright Hoover Benedict Alwine Prutzman Hurnbert Smith Keigh Daum Stair T. Ecker Miller H. Myers Bream Laufhman Sm th Kessel BACK ROW: Mummert Wentz Knepper Wiseman K . Ecker Markel Snyder Millhimes Seig Nace Herr Kratzert Yohe Haverstock Kennedy Costella Ex 3 Q Q ' S ' SZ' i L ff s . s B S ff 2 ' T kk ' .t S so 3 MISS BETTY JANE GREIMA S Sowing iiiiigh OPERETTA LEADS MAXIMILLIAN ........... KING OF SYLVANIA Joel Millar, bass PRINCESS MATILDA' ........ THE KING'S SISTER Shirley Meckley, alto KAY ROBINSON ........... AMERICAN ARTIST Eileen Myers, soprano LIEUTENANT NIKI .......... HELENE'S FIANCE. Elwood Miller, tenor PRINCESS HELENE ....... THE ROYAL PRINCESS Carolyn Sowers, soprano PRINCE RUPERT .......... MILITARY CONSORT John Kratzert, baritone Miss Betty J. Greirnan . . . . .Directress AWMQQ V' O J9f' X Q. s Q.. P QEPETEQQH Z7QgaWz' Upmezfta U All V AQ. fr , .W ' M15 . . w 5f4"1f N 'KA Q "l K b x fd Q Q Y Q "' . x w -"N 1 l A' rw-sm QS fi a X , G Q if ak. mhgw xxx A S K 4 0 L. Y xp! 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Mcxnbcrs Win Silhouette Staff gblagazinecan 'ston 1 Farm X' D ni' - 1 1 N " U U 'LL ' "" 1 5' Proves Succe ig M N ew U x f 0 rf .1 11 fwzze LE.. 4 zmvrzm 5 5 X Xkfzx 'M 1!'i'sw?x1,:z, ,LEU Ms amd kv ,fig Siu Y XR' NW' Q x Of! ,A XML 'E Min .if-K 51.1252 iflgzfiifs EimfvE4iu:Q lik? E in C5111 il 2' 'rum' Staff for 15951-1952, shown abows. IQ ns iciwxw isnt 1 l f ii-uh Millar, Joan Spcmsclicr. Joyce M31-rf. firm XZ ' 'l1'.1a'?w!'rs nf I,Qm,'f,-r K U QL 'ri-Us Xizaxy Rcixwckcr, Francis Lzmglmrmxu. i5fvrwE1j.f i.i4Tf'5 -J ti 1 W ly. . D , Q w XLG' fl Svimcghm, Ikfggy Sum. Barham Fximm, M'1zwZE1a if mn mx M105 Lu gm ,'-v , L Vhylixs Mwineg ww twfwi Rzxrixexi F4m'2.i:, fmpv 531 vin Hm1fqL'zarwi Xml! Helen Myffm. Ilclurw linen :L E if X 1 1 11 ,- lg, 1 XE Jfvy, Y-.mmf Iiicizstima PM Nuwrzzfm, L':,'wf?5.Ls :fn ' I zizfsxsrm, libfitlflia' Kralzcrt, I.m::12mi X'fw1xf In-L.wg7y,Lfa 53,1 53 1 Nm v Rw:'m,n1z1Ii2xlzc:',LozS Vv4H!'l1isQklg max' iii: wr HM ml! 'E ag f ,if-qgg, E-32:1 lbmfyaciz. Eilwcmd Maller MII Szxyaim, Xb,-N522 XT mp if U I 'E .fT'fk1, 3 X' - . . ,V 1, ,V H Ha' , 1 1'-. 4 R Q C lm1nryJ unior Red Crossi Snow Storms lfm-rrupr 'A M9et5 at N' 0' High gPlans For Xmas Programs QV i i , , X 5 .w-.m,.L, . re. N Q - . Ir. I L 'lien' Xcixrm Lmkzniyf lr. Red U t Q t M 4 2, 1 A 32 In ft i L x'-My :mfs fN1m:m.1y evening, NO- cGrggx?GiWUtgtinixixfxfi'wff ' Q.1f11 m. : 1g2, at + ui' Q1 II' 11 A' h 'KN'JW'M i'f'j"f A . - K 3 m M Ls X or tg Qchzdulcd fm' lD1fv:Cn'z1n.'r E9 21121: il W, s ' L Scimwi uior Candy Sales Iiuvc usually High Quota :xg +2-1 wr' 'psy - m -may xwqxf 1g ' ti Mil M f-xxx FK' 'Via If Qlfrf' x ga . U - ,w1' 4 .ikxizii 511 ivkk '.', QM Ning Rf .1 Zi X X xx! ,,ixr"LE -wi rs 1 EQ fx tiger 4 . -- .11 if ?Lff?s,?f,1xwL : 1 iw If-Qifkrgii Lxzij ' 3 ' wi I BPSWM' 9 - '1!XwuWQwMWNw 8' ilu"-I 'l f ' ff A - Q .div ,,'I' .. 'Mfr' ,Q ' ' +51 if rkiygl' s CLUB MEMBERS Joyce Myers Doris Millar Opal Borrer, Vice-pres. Peg Stair, President Nancy Starner, Secty. Melvalene Nace, Treas. Martha Small STANDING: Peggy Kessel Betty Smith Delma Stair Darlene Wagner Kathleen Breighner Evelyn Congleton Dolores Baker Helen Crushong Betty Borrer Lucy Spicer Mrs. Mary Stock 3 Winner of both the Adams County Cherry Pie and Apple Pan Dowdy baking contests, 1951-52 school ffmiurs ffarmsr BEN MILLAR, IR. showing his 1949 strawberry pro- ject, is an example of how a town boy can carry a Vo-Agnprogfam. His other projects were: 1949- : ome improvement, vegetable gardening 1950-51: The same plus a 50 hen egg record 1951-52: Repeated 1950-51 projects and added 60 baby chicks CARL FRANKENFIELD Qlower Ieftj raised a total of 22 acres corn, 10 of soybeans, 4 brood sows, 100 chicks and 4 calves. J"-ltd DALE KENNEDY displays one of his prize capons. A late enrollee, Dale carried only 2 years of projects: 1950-51: 150 capons, 4 fattening hogs, home im- provement 1951-52: 1 brood sow, 300 broilers, 50 capons and 1 gilt HENRY COSTELLA is a corn growing specialist. Dur- ing all four years he carried 1 acre of sweet and 2 acres of field corn. To these he added home im- provement, 2 years, and 5 acres of wheat. 1 i-523:61 ' W wif, 42 ' vM..y,w..+.,' ,, ' Arikiwiikiss . AX M 1 ff J 2, rg:-df! s 1134 I 'AJ ',, GLENN E. HERR'S extpirlences inF. F. A. and Vo- Ag are: President of Area Cha ter, Vlce-Pres Conewago Chapter, KEYSTONE FARRIER 1951, Area Farmer, Chapter Farmer and Greenhand. 1-lls project activities lnclude: 1948 -49: 1 dairy calf and 2 acres tomatoes 1949-50: 2 dairy calves, 300 broilers, 50 " of Tomorrow' 1950-51: Dairy records for 3 cows, 630 QFOURTH PLACE STATE CONTEST, 200 of Tomorrow, 1 sow and lltter QFIRST PRIZE COUNTY CONTESTJ 6 acres com 1951-52: 3 dairy records, 150 egg records, 4 lug hogs and 3 brood sows - . W K w. . 'Wigs 1 . W- J.. -sixff.ff,f',1f- va DEAN L. NACE, 1951-52 Presldentof the Conewago Chapter. Dean has been very active ln F.F.A. and, Vo-A work earnln the follow de ees: Greenu 37 R nb s Hand 31949, Cha tergFarmer 1950i:1gAre.? Farmer and KEYSTONEP FARMER 1951. His projects 1948-49: 1 acre tomatoes, and 1 baby beef 1949-50: 1 acre tomatoes, 1 acre sweet corn and gilt QFIRST PRIZE SEARS CONTESD 950-51: 1 acre tomatoes, 1 ggt and 8 acres corn QTHIRD PRIZE, STATE C P IMPROVEM SDCTEENTH PRIZE, STATE FARMING 1951-52: 1 brood sow, 4hogs, 4 beeves and 2 records ENT fm o'.Qvf QHARMON C , MILLHIMES and his 'Chicken of Tomorrow". President 1950-51,Green Hand, Chapter, ,Area and KEYSTONE FARMER degrees show his progress. His Vo-Ag project records show: 194 -49: 1 Gilt, 1 8 acre vegetable garden, 2 acres ,sweet and 2 acres field corn 1949-50: Home improvement, 2 acres field corn, and 50 brollers QCHICKEN OF TOMORROW CONTESTJ 1950-51: 2 acres field com, 100 broilers 1951-52: 4 fattening hogs, 250 broilers, home improvement 40 3lQDDne.iXQ wr! fro 9 The four year records of WALTER WEHLER show that 1 ls. he raised a total of 14 shoats, 3 sows and litters, 100 ducks, 5 acres of field corn and kept a 100 hen egg record. Conewago Chgptefs Chaplin ROY FUSS ls shown watching his ester White Project feed. In his two terms Roy has raised 12 shoats, 2 sows and litters, 150 geese and 2 acres of sweet corn. LARRY RACEY specialized inhog raising. He sub- mitted 4 pure bred-sow project records in addition to 4 grade sow and litter records and 3 other 'porker' projects totaling 28 shoats. Conewago Reporter, EARL KUYKENDALL, carried two Jarojects his freshman year, consisting of 5 hogs and airy records on 12 cows. This year Earl repeated his first year projects and added 300 broilers. Earl lives on a dairy farm. -Ts.. Eififojssiis 59 5' Secretary ERNEST WALKER pioneer Conewago Apiarist. In his three projects to date, Ernest has raised 2 beeves, 300 broilers, 10 acres of field com, 4 hogs and tended 8 bee hives. His 1952-53 projects are: 4 beeves, 600 broilers, 6 hogs and no bees! GLEN BENTZEL started with 4 shoats and 2 acres of corn. This year he added 2 acres of wheat and a steer. Glen is assistant secretary of ConewagoF.F. A. JAMES KIME, first place winner, Adams County Tractor Driving Contest. Jim carried the same pro- jects his first three years: 2 acres field corn, home improvement and broilers. His 52-53 plans call for 300 broilers home improvement and 4 fattening hogs. CURVIN HARMAN, sophomore, is Conewago's Assistant Chaplin. He proudly shows off the 3 shoats he raised last year. His present project is 4 shoats and 2 acres of field corn. 5 ' ugly . 54' Q fiw"s-sr we gh P. qw TI e.N 1f,D . f I T' ax k ji e S I 'ff' A I 1 2' 32 : bgb Q 5 f I 5 Sai lwenhanda O 0 BOB WILNEBERG - calf W. BOSSERMAN - shoats TED STOUGH - broilers G. DUTTERA - gum FARM SIGN DISPLAY J. BERWAGER - com R. LENHART and D. ROLLER - bee hives DICK HERR - dairy INDUSTRIAL ARTS SHOW -gi 'X --.L K W -' i A at , DEAN NACE GLENN HERR Keystone Femme S K' KENNETH NACE HARMON MILLHIMES 1952 PENNSYLVANIA FARM SHOW AWARDS The Four Keystone Farmer Degrees Cshown abovejg the highest State awards to be earned by Pennsylvania F. F. A. members. Omer awards earned In state competition were: FIRST PRIZE .............. Broilers . . . . Harmon Millhimes '52 THIRD PRIZE . . Roasters. . .... Richard Herr '55 FOURTH PRIZE . . Capons. . . . . . Dale Kennedy '52 SDCTH PRIZE . . . . .Capon ...... .... R oy Fuss '54 SEVENTH PRIZE . . . Corn ....... . . Glenn Herr '52 TENTH PRIZE . . . . Ham shire swine . . . , Glenn Herr '52 ELEVENTH PRIZE . . . . Berksgnire swine . . . . Dean Nace '52 fir.:-P 5.A. Q .5 X, . fm gag .- ' sf pukldffuh W s fn K , X . K gf? J M 'Q A" 'Y X X! ND' 'Y' '5- - ' 1 m MTX ss., .43- K g , K M ' 'Y' ' W , we t A Bm ww ' A -:xy 7 . , A , K - 1 535 lj S we sw Ni as - 1 1' K V S -Q vi Q fl' If ."EQfr : QV ' 2 4 i9 z if 6 - , mv.. fr' A Qri fn A I ,jr LV H 4' A elf ' ir Q, ' , u M?,,....... ff!! -h ff 1 X 'G 1' sf: ...37 I . D' . 5 X ' B ffl ,I x if 51+ 1- 4, . ,-,, 5, W-Q 'S . bi.. x.,,w if-W My N -'W -Q " ihygfyeivlk - ' J X SQNGQ' M. f 5,922 fm -s -1 .v,,. .M .Al ' .ggi ,, wif' . , 4- ' 1 I 1 il ,J-E ,we ga, WN 5 he em Bork :NEI- ildilffililigl-J d"gl'1! gl If '34 Ifgr 3103? lg 'nidslxllhlxliiaislnlga I' lf' 10 9 U 1 C- Q' A 0 lWUU4H'Hll'ah as Lorene Segraves lil xv 5111 wr 15 J1 ikggw. s- :N ai bg Treva Myers 11, 4 . 1 Peggy Reynold x 1 5 I Margaret Daum pjfbjb 'K Barbara Ne Patsy Leih Qgzmmnr Q v l nil 'L J . I Alma Milhimes 'f A . L v i I d Pt Q a ricia Miller Jane! Hoffhe X' X. '- u M I ,- KX, AQ QQDILHLELIEIFU, Alliene Krug Wharf-4' vi Clckmuuledg The MEMENTO 1952 wishes to give credit to the following members ofthe GETTYSBURG PHOTOGRAPI-IIC division pages for the yearbook: David E. Garfinkle, Gettysburg, Pa Edward N. Stine, Gettysburg, a. Thomas Zeigler, Biglerville, Pa. Maurice Stoops, Gettysburg, Pa. Philip Tyson, Biglerville, Pa. Hugh Mcllhenny, Gettysburg Times Edmunds Studio, Hanover, MEMENTO Photographer Dave's Photo Shop, Gettysburg, Pa. Mr John Kratzert, Vo-Ag Instructor William Snyder III, Class Photographer Z ffm ff r A 4 . , .y X, V, -Mi 'x .Ein N u ,V-9, ,, -... a ..ltv,v f , 1 v Ll Q, ,gr v , 3" .af 4. 41 . ?. 4 .433 A ci. , 1-MFQL -fq! 1, ' -'M'-lf," .,, Zilid J' .L rf g 'E if A. H Ia W, W' el . 'l ,M . is f A 0 . I 'I' 0 A . Q X ,.. 4 54 5+ ' v Y f 'ia' if 5, .v',.4k- A X vi. .x .-if 0.3. . ' mi" . ,F ii ' N , W 4? Q 5 -Y: l , K 6 H 4 ' I , , i , . I f E ,A if l 1 .L N C 1 'Q . ,- 1- K ' 1. j.xq:1Q5fZ4,,z,. gg X Y 11 .-fry, x A A K 3!?:.v, ' A X PLN sf ,Z Ml ,Q We X m'A Q , iff' ' -- Q ' g sf. ' 1.1 h 4 ffkf. , 54 ,pf kt M F iv h X 'Q 5 I ALUMINUM FURNITURE lf. T WHEREVER YOU GO THERE 'S EMECO Wherever you go in the business world you'll find EMECO Aluminum chairs. In school, restaurants, hotels, hospitals, offices . . . always you will find the best in aluminum seating. EMECO CORPORATl0 PENNSYLVANIA See the "STARS" Under The Stars IN NATURE'S OWN AIR CONDITIONED ----- CROSS KEYS DRIVE I TIIEATER One Mile East of New Oxford On U. S. 30 IFBEAUTIFUL WOODLAND SETTING IFLARGEST SCREEN IN THE STATE 'LATEST R. C. A. PROJECTION 'PMODERN CAFETERIA THE TRI-COUNTY FAMILY THEATRE PEQIPLIBB of HA 0VER COMMERCIAL AND SAVINGS AC COUNTS Member Federal Reserve System Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Center Square Hanover, Pa. F. F. A. AIMS and PURPOSES To develop leadership, cooperation, citizenship and agricultural efficiency. CONEWAGO CHAPTER apflqw a 1 0 Q oc ul' I xk v .. w"1,'Z-"-431172 ,A Stes 0 . of 4. QQ A iv -Q New Oxford High New Oxford Pa. WE DEAL IN SERVICES - For For For For For CERTIFIED SEEDS CHRISTMAS CARDS the farmer: the parents: the pupils: "HOT DOGS" the hunter: SHELLS our members: SALE OF PROJECTS "WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS" COMPLIMENTS OF ALWI E BRICK C0. BRICKMAKERS SINCE 185 1 New Oxford, Pa. "OUR SECOND CENTURY" R ig ROYAL 1?Rf'L'.C'-,C:"' f TYPEWRITERS w-:- All Makes Sold, Rented, Repaired ADDING MACHINES C. L. EICHOLTZ New Oxford, Pa. EDWIN SNYDER General Merchandise Gas Sn Oil Phone 134-R-3 R. D. 2, New Chester, Pa. KUTIN AUTO SALES 8: SERVICE Dodge Cars Job-Rated Trucks Plymouth Cars 765 Carlisle Street Hanover, Pa. Phone 3705 Compliments of HENRY E. LANDIS Kasco Feeds Abbottstown, Pa. Compliments of WINTER GARDENS New Oxford, Pa. "BLUE coAL" J. H. DUTTERA Feeds -- Cement -- Fertilizer Grinding and Mixing Phone 82-R-2 New Oxford, Pa. Compliments O'BRIEN DAIRY Homogenized Milk Chocolate Milk Cream Phone 50-R-2 New Oxford, Pa. ESSO SERVICE CENTER New Oxford, Pa. Friendly Service From People You Know ELMER E. WENTZ SONS House Furnishings Floor Coverings Gift Items Hanover, Penna. Compliments of HANOVER CONCRETE PRODUCTS CO. Manufacturers of Concrete Blocks Office: R. D. 3 Hanover 4 HANOVER HARDWARE Sporting Goods DuPont Paints Hanover, Penna. ABBOTTSTOWN GRAIN Sn FEED STORE Manufacturers of Dairy 8: Poultry Feeds Abbottstown, Pa. Phone E. B. 29-R-6 BOLLINGER'S SHOE STORE Center Square, New Oxford, Pa. Shoes Rubber Footwear House Slippers For the Entire Family JOHN C. MYERS Quality Groceries Since 1911 New Oxford, Pa. Phone 79-R-2 STOUGH 8: LINGG MooRE 'S CROSS KEYS MOTORS 4 SERVICE STATION v 8 C Amoco Gas and Oil Sales and - Service 1 I PARK HOTEL On The Square Regular Dinne rs Se rved Compliments of FRED F. FEISER Funeral Home 302 Lincolnway West New Oxford, Pa. - -..1 HIGH STREET MARKET Groceries, Meats, Vegetables Fruits, Frosted Goods and Assorted Candies W. G. SIMPSON, Prop. Phone 108-R-5 New Oxfor d ROYAL JEWELERS On the Square, Hanover, Pa. Use Your Credit Open an Account Compliments GREENEBAUM'S of OLD QUAKER PRETZEL co. The Home of Good Clothes Lincoln Way East New Oxford, Pa. Since 1910 Phone 35-R-3 Hanover, Pa, FRED G. KLUNK, Prop. EHRHART-C0 RAD COMPANY, I WHOLESALE GROCERIES Hanover, Pennsylvania Phone: 3830 and 3839 DISTRIBUTORS OF SWEET CLOVER AND ECCO BRANDS C O M P L I M E N T S B0 D A ITARY PROD CTS C0. York, Pa. DISTRICT MANAGER, S. C. HOY Box 23, Gettysburg, Pa. Tel. 2-8532 Compliments NUNDA FRUIT FARMS 01 "THE HOME OF FINE FRUIT" THE BON TON "An apple a day is health's best way" Hanover, Pa. STUART A. LUCABAUGH, Prop Hanover, Pa., R. 3 Compliments of EARL THEATER CONNIE 'S RESTAURANT H o m e C o o k i n g Lunches - Dinners - Soda Fountain Lincoln Way West New Oxford, Pa. ROHR BAUGH GE NE RAL STORE Phone 22 5 Carlisle Street New Oxford, Pa. R. J. BRENDLE EGGS -- POULTRY Wholesale 8: Retail Phone 140 New Oxford, Pa. FOR A REAL TREAT OLD MILL INN EAT Specializing in UTZ 'S Potato Chips Fried Spring Chicken Country Ham Also Noon Day Spe cials Hanover, Pa. Phone 42 10 New Oxford, Pa. Compliments of BLOUGH MANUFACTURING CO. Compliments of CANNON SHOE COMPANY ATLANTIC PETROLEUM PRODUCTS Distributed by AERO 0lL COMPA Y THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR QUALITY LEIGHTER' FURNITURE - FLOOR COVERING On the Square Phone 63-R-2 New Oxford, Pa. COMPLIMENTS OF FARMER' and MERCHANI' BANK SHEETS BROS. Compliments Farm Equipment O f Motor Trucks Refrigeration SALES Sn SERVICE CROSS KEY'S DINER Saga. Dial 26232 Stewartstown, Pa. 01' 25251 Phone 1sR11 MYER ICE CREAM C0. M ak e r s of OXFORD ICE CREAM WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Phone 1 18-R-11 Center Square New Oxford, Pa. JOHN DEERE SALES and ERVICE FARM SUPPLIES - GOODYEAR TIRES Lincolnway West Phone 3-R-4 New Oxford, Penna. A' f Compliments o Compliments ARTHUR NoEL Of Fresh Meats and Provisions HEMMINGERG REXALL Phone 8-R-3 New Oxford' Pa' "Good Health To A11 From Rexa11" MARKEL' TYPEWRITER ER TYPEWRITERS ADDING MACHINES OFFICE EQUIPMENT L For the Best in Sales and Service Call 174-R-4 Lincolnway East fExtendedI New Oxford, Pa. C O M P L I M E N T S OF E. C. LIVI GS'l'0N, INC. COMPLIMENTS OF EW 0 F030 ALUMINUM COMPA Y MANUFACTURERS OF FINE ALUMINUM, BRASS AND BRONZE CASTING TAUB CHEVIWLET SALES. I C. Auto Repairing - All Types Chevrolet Cars-Trucks-Service A. A. A, , Firestone Tires - Keystone Genuine Parts and Accessories Service - Atlantic Gas and Oils OK Used Cars Sn Trucks WASHING, WAXING AND LUBRICATING A SPECIALTY 105 Lincoln Way East Phone 178 New Oxford, Pa. ALLEN S . PRESSE LL FLORISTS "Say It With Flowers" 637 Broadway Hanover, Pa. We telegraph flowers Phone 3-5277 CLAIR W. ROHR BAUGH Heating Plumbing Spo uting Phone 146-R-12 New Oxford, Pa. W. E. SELL SPORTING GOODS 210 W. Chestnut St. Hanover, Pa. Come to LOCUST INN Open 6 days a week Dancing Friday Gt Saturday Nights A. N. Draper, Proprietor Compliments of SMITH'S BARBER SHOP New Oxford, Pa. Compliments of ATLANTIC SERVICE STATION "Kiz " Kaiser, Prop. HARRIS 81 STIPE Pheasant Farm Gettysburg, Pa. THE HUB Exclusive Shops For Misses and Women Hanover, Pa. RICHARD F. FEESER FRED W. BOWMAN Owner Owner TEVGER EIU IC HOUSE 110 Baltimore St. , Hanover, Pa. Phone 3-6243 Complete Repair Department at STENGER BAND INSTRUMENT REPAIR SERVICE CLEANING POLISHING RE PAIRING OVERHAULING REBUILDING All Types Band Instruments 15 AE . Walnut St. Hanover, Pa. IVAN C. EWCOMEll WHOLESALE CONFECTIONER Phone 3461 72 S. Main St. Pine Grove, Pa. SPECIALISTS IN SEASONABLE ITEMS 42 Phone: 3881 Frederick St. Hanover, Pa. A P P L E S BRINTON FRUIT FARM Hanover-Abbottstown Highway Phone 2-8531 Compliments F. E. CREMER, FLORIST Hanover, Pa. J. R. ROBINSON Feed - Coal - Gas - Fuel Oil Phone 13-R-4 Res. 164-R-2 New Oxford, Pa. VISIT 0NNY'S PLACE Center Square New Oxford, Pa. DILLER WIERMAN. INC. APPLIANCES Hanover, Pa. HE'l'l'ERf 'TEELE' LAUNDRY CLEANING 'l'0RAGE 110 High Street Dial 3747 RNYALE DAIRY HOME OF HOMOGENIZED VITAMIN D MILK ICE CREAM CHOCOLATE MILK CATER TO SCHOOLS CAFETERIA PICNICS AND CLUBS 209 High Street, Hanover, Pa. Phone 5163 WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS C.H. TALLMA and SON. INC. CANDY - CIGARS - TOBACCOS 31 W. Philadelphia St. York, Pa. Give Gifts That Last from MARK E. TRONE JEWELER 44 Baltimore Street Q Hanover, Penna. Kelvinator Refrigerators LEINHARDT BROS. Hanover, Pa. Your Favorite Furniture Store Simmons Beautyrest Mattresses Dancing -- Picnic Grove Roller Skating -- Rides FOREST PARK A. KARST, Manager Hanover, Pennsylvania Reduced Rates for Picnics and Outings Phone 3-5286 LLOYD 'S OF HANOVER Men's, Women's and Children's Wear J e W e l r y 18 Carlisle Street Hanover, Penna. SAM M. KRAMER, Proprietor THOMP 0. 205 S. George Street COLLEGE Phone 2715 - York, Pa. Phone 4-0258 - Harrisburg, Pa. MEMBER OF THE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF COMMERCIAL COLLEGES AND NATIONAL FEDERATION OF PRIVATE SCHOOL ASSOCIATIONS COLUMBIA JEWELERS Center Square St Broadway O Hanover, Pa. NEW OXFORD FURNITURE STORE G. E. Appliances 333 Lincoln Way West New Oxford, Pennsylvania Phone 103 R 11 Compliments of THE HOTPOINT STORE 14-18 W. Chestnut Street Phone 5203 Hanover, Pa. BAKER Sn NACE "Headquarters for Quality Electrical Merchandise" HILLEN V. RIFE West End Garage New and Used Cars Phone 3-R-2 M E N C HE Y I S COII1p11l'I1eIltS of 18 York Street, Hanover, Pa. R. H. SMITH "Menchey Means Music" ,,Rafe,, B 8: S DEPARTMENT STORE 5 at 10 THE STYLE SHOP The Store That Has Everything 19 Carlisle St. Hanover, Pa On the Square New Oxford, P PLAY MORE LIVE LONGER HE K and TITTLE 313 MARKET STREET HARRISBURG, PA . Compliments of GEORGE ANDERSON East Berlin, Pa. 6 TEXAS LUNCH Hot Dogs 8: Hamburgers Our Specialty Hanover St. New Oxford, Compliments of SHERMAN CLOTHING STORE Outfitters For The Entire Family 32-34 Carlisle Street Hanover, Pa. AL'S BARBER SHOP "We need your head in our business. " Allan R. Mehring, Prop 104 Balt. St. Hanover, Pa. GEO W. LILLICH 81 SON Feed-Grain-Fertilizer-Cement Phones: East Berlin 28-R-3 New Oxford 154 York Springs 3-R-1 Compliments of KIDDIE KORNER Center Square, New Oxford Phone 25-R-11 Compliments of P. J. SMITH Jeweler 19 Lincolnway East Phone 29-R-4 Compliments of BALDWIN - MEHRING Esso Service 12 01 Broadway Hanove r, Pa. Phone 4 149 Pa MAKERS OF THE STANDARD CLASS RING UNl0N EMBLEM COMPA Y HIGH SCHOOL AND FRATERNITY JEWELRY FELT GOODS AND COMMENCEMENT STATIONERY Palmyra, Pennsylvania P. H. NISSLEY, Manager WEBB and WULFE S P O R T I N G G O O D S S C O R E S H I G H Yes, Webb 8: Wolfe sporting goods scores high everywhere . . . on the diamond, gridiron, courts or links . . . all year round . . . for baseball, fishing, golf, hunting, football, basketball and winter sports, too. And here's why! When top-quality, nationally adver- tised sporting goods is combined with over 13 years of experience in outfitting teams and individuals with equipment and clothing for their favorite sport, the result is a host of satisfied customers. Rely with confidence on . . . WEBB 8: WOLFE 15 East Market Street York, Pa. COMPLIMENTS OF NEW OXFORD SOCIAl and ATHlETIC ClUB New Oxford, Pennsylvania D. H. SHARRER 8: SON New Oxford-2-Pa. "ESHEllVlAN" RED ROSE GUARANTEED FEED Branch-Orrtanna, Pa. 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