New Oxford High School - Memento Yearbook (New Oxford, PA)
- Class of 1957
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NEW OXFORD PENNSYLVANIA
Sandra Sipe, P reduction M
LOSS Viamick, Editor -in-Chief
NEW OX? ORD HGH SCHOOL
NEW OX? ORD , PENNSYLV ANXA
MENXENTO PLANNERS, SEATED1 San Sponseuer, L0
ST ANDXNG: Helen Stockham. Kohn Br own, Charlene Omdor
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Memento F riends:
When we enter school we could be compared to glowing EMBERS, which when placed in the proper
element, or climate, will glow and burst into FLAME. The glow, that the embers already possess, is that
which is given by our parents and experiences at home, for it is there that we get the basic foundation
upon which to build our further education.
Through our years in schoolneveraday passes without offering new challenges. Some of the glowing
EMBERS will meet these challenges, conquer them, and burn on increasing in brightness. Others will
flicker and die out. The degree of our success depends upon the character and attitude of the individual.
It is up to the individual to use the elements of Service, Scholarship, Leadership and Character, that our
parents and teachers place before us, in a way that will add to the brightness of his EMBERS and make of
Through the picture story furnished by this yearbook, we hope you will be able to see the progress
of each student, in school activities, and to what extent he has used the elements of education. May the
FLAME from the lamp of learning ever brighten his life.
time jfalne ,y
THIS IS THE WAY - - The FLAME from the lamp of learning has affected
us here at the New Oxford High School, how it has kindled the spark of
education, and fanned it into full flame -- and how we have worked in its
warm glow and struggled in its flickering shadows.
THE NEW OX
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55" 1857 CENTENNIAI. 1957 Q
NATIONAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATION
This is the theme of the National Education Association for its 100th birthday,
An organization of teachers, it devotes its energy to guarantee equal educational oppor-
tunity for all,
This younglady, winner ofthe
1956 Voice of Democracy Contest,
is representative of the students of
America. Burning with a flaming
desire to be educated, she seizes
every opportunity to add toher know-
ledge and skills. She patterns after
the examples, strives for the ob-
jectives set by and for her. If she
be representative, the torch of Free-
dom is secure,
HERBERT E. BRYAN
The typical teacher is well informed, well
read, alert, active in school and commtmity
affairs: interested in his pupils, their problems,
their future, devoted to their well being and to
their nation. A good citizen, the teacher stands
as an educated person who has dedicated his life
to educate the youth, and thus to move America
and its freedom forward. His torch is ever
burning and its light is ever guiding,
IN our English classes. . . . we learn the
fundamentals of forceful expression,
THE THREE WS
We are drilled constantly in spelling. We
"READING is the basis
for our personal pro-
gressg therefore, we
work to improve our. . .
speed, understanding. "
"RITING practice and
grammar study teach
us to communicate our
clearly and effec-
us to understand the
sizes, the orders and
numbers of things in
the world. "
.xdn gclucaleel peeing .Nofcl ,7Ae jfame of sgreezlom .HIM
"WE learn to live in today's world . . . An
understanding of geography and its effect on
man and civilization helps us to realize the
problems of our own and other nations
HREASONING and discussion develop our
minds and provide the foundation for clear
thinking in the year ahead."
SCHOOLS ARE THE FLAMES FOR A
Theme for American Education Week, November 11 16 19561
We learn to study
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MR. LEVERE A. BREIGHNER
THIS IS THE WAY we, the Class of 57 w1th extended hands show our apprecmtion to
our fr1e.nd and a,dv1sor whose warm DBISOUBIIIY has given us encouragement whose
fum disclplme has kept our feet from straymg and whose kmdness understandmg and
smcerity has stood as abright light gmdingus through our lugh school days I-hs example
has been the FLAME on our lamp of Iearnmg.
LOWER ADAMS JOINT SCHOOL BOARD
OFFICERS OF JOINT BOARD
Clyde O. Garber . . .
Clyde Wagner . . .
Philip E. Alwine . . .
Curtis S. Sponseller .
Harry C. Brinton
Melvin C. Nace
Bernard P. Murren
A. P. Markel
George A. Martin
Charles W. Rinehart
John H. Summers
Harry M. Wildasin
. . . . . President
. . . Vice-President
. . . . .Secretary
. . .Treasurer
HA MILTON TOWNSHIP
Clyde O. Garber
Glenn M. Haar
John G. Myers
Norman G. Wolf
Samuel E. Baker
NEW OXFORD BOROUGH
Philip E. Alwine
Raymond S. Gable
George F. Weaver
Gerald Myers, Wilmer Rodgers, Bemard Anthony. I. Faber
Wildasin, George Zartman.
Members of the Class of 1957:
You have a wonderful theme for your 1957 MEMENTO,
Oir age is an age of fire--fire in the furnaces of industry, in
the cylinders of powerful engines, and now the FLAME of
roaring jets. But there are quieter fires--the hearth fires of
home, the warm glow of friendship, the Flame of devotion to
what is right. Yet, equally as powerful is the FLAME that
fires the enthusiasm in youth to be educated. It is my hope
that you hold this torch of education high and that you may
nourish the quieter fires which make your lives happy.
MR. CHARLES C. TAYLOR, M. S
MRS. VESTA SMITH, R. N.
As school nurse, Mrs. Smith assists in the
students physical and dental examinations.
She also gives hearing tests to the students.
MISS DOROTHY R. BAUGHER
Miss Baugher serves in the capacity of sec-
retary to the elementary school faculty.
MRS. ROMAINE E. ORNDORFF
Mrs, Omdorff serves in the capacity of
secretary to the high school faculty,
May I offer sincere congratulations with a fervent hope
that the FLAME of educational desire might light your paths
to a full realization of your hopes and plans? Remember that
life is never dull for the person who starts every day with
enthusiasm to do his best. May the FLAME of your desire
fire the furnaces of Freedom.
ANN GOYDA, B. S,
Miss Goyda serves New Oxford as well as
the rest of Adams Coxmty as speech cor-
rectionist. She is in the New Oxford Schools
once a week.
MRS. RACHAEL HELDT, B. S.
As supervisor of art, Mrs. Held: has art
classes in the grade and Junior High SchooL
She also teaches elective art to high school
MRS. BETTY JANE MOUL, B. S.
As supervisor of vocal music, Mrs. Moul
directs .Tlmior and Senior Chorus. Her day
includes music classes in both the grade and
Class of '57
Out of sight, but definitely not out of mind, is one way of
saying that our interestinyou does not end with your graduation
from N,O.I-LS. We sincerely hope you will consider us a port
of call in fair weather as in storms. Yes, the FLAME of our
light house is always burning. Keep it in sighf.
SELONF DOCKEY B S
HIGH SCHOOL PRINCIPAL
MR. DONALD L. KEMP, B. S.
As supervisor of instrnunental music, Mr.
Kemp directs Junior and Senior Band, and
Dance Band. He is also advisor to the Sopho-
MRS. MARY L STOCK, B. S
As supervisor of Vocational Home Econotrucs
Mrs, Stock serves as advisor to the FJ-LA.
Club. She also co-sponsors the annual mag-
azine campaign and sponsors the Junior Red
MR. JOHN L. KRATZERT, B. S.
As supervisor of Vocadonal Agriculture,
Mr. Kratzert serves as advisor to the F, F,A,
Club. He also serves local farmers with
his daily "Farmer John" program.
MR. GEORGE R. ELBIN, B. S.
Mr. Elbin serves in the .T unior High as teacher of
geography and World history.
MR. CHARLES L. EDWARDS, B. S.
An instructor in the Business Education Department,
Mr. Edwards also performs the duties of faculty
Manager of Athletics, Advisor to the Business Club,
and Advisor for the Yearbook
MR. .TACK R. GARDNER, B. A.
Citizenship, Civics, Pennsylvania History, and Junior
High Americanhistory fills Mr. Gardners day,
MRS. ELIZABETH M. KARSCHNER, A, B., B. S,
Mrs. Karschner is a teacher in the Business Education
Department, Her extra-curricular duties include ad-
vising the Business Club and the newspaper,
MR. LEVERE A. BREIGHNER, B. S.
In addition to being Sponsor to the Senior Class, Mr.
Breighner finds time to teach Industrial Arts, coach
Junior High basketball and drive a bus.
MR. HERBERT E. BRYAN, B. S., M. Ed.. Ed. D.
Mr. Bryan is a teacher of Senior High Social Studies,
Guidance Advisor, Insurance Representative and Year-
MRS, VESTA S. COOK, B. S.
Mrs. Cook serves the school in the capacity of Junior
High English and Literature teacher.
MR. ELLIS L, DIVINEY, B. S.
Mr. Diviney is our Basketball and Baseball coach.
His Scheduled assignments include Health and Physical
MISS GLORIA A. KRUG, B. S.
An instructor in Physical Education and Health, Miss
Krug also coaches girls' sports, directs the Cheer
Leaders and manages the magazine campaigns. She
is the advisor to Class of '58.
MR. H, EDGAR MOUL, B. s,, M, A.
Mr. Moul teaches Mathematics, is chairman of the
Assembly Committee and is Activities Director.
MR. CALVIN E. ROLAND, B. S.
Science is his teaching field although Mr. Roland
directs student plays and advises the Hi-Y club.
MISS HELEN RUTH, M. A., M. S.
Miss Ruth devotes her time to the Library and the
MRS. JANET M. STOKES, B. A.
A teacher of Junior High School Mathematics, Mrs.
Stokes also serves on the Assembly Committee.
MISS D. MIRIAM TAYLOR, B. S.
Senior High English, Latin, Spanish are her teaching
schedule, but Miss Taylor also directs Dramatics and
edits the school newspaper.
MR. RICHARD P. WATKINS, B, S.
Mr. Watkins teaches Driver Education, Driving and
.Tunior High History. This year he is helping out as
a school bus operator.
MR. HERBERT G. RAAB, B. S., M. A.
Mr. Raab, a former teacher at New Oxford High, is
now teaching Senior High Social Studies. He is re-
placing Dr. Bryan,
Mr, Charles C. Taylor, Supervising Prin-
cipal, extends hearty congratulations and best
wishes from the Lower Adams Teachers.
MRS. ESTHER ALTLAND
Mrs. Altland retires after 37 years of de-
voted service to the school children of this
"Well done thy good and faithful servant,
You are a true FLAME of learning.
FACULTY HONORS RETIRED TEACHER
Below is a scene in the Green Springs, Berwick Township, School where Mrs, Altland taught for 34 of her
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John Claybaugh John Bream John Grerst Eugene Greist Charles Stough
John Mellot Gene Khne M G Rouzer John Snyder Bendar Millar
PREPARES AND SERVES
TASTY, BODY WARMING
BODY BUILDING MEALS
The Staff shown relaxing,
Left to Right:
Mrs. Verna Wolf
Mrs. Dorothy Eisenhart
Mrs, Mildred Baugher
Mr. Ben Millar, Custodian
Mrs. Faye Rife
Mrs. Florence Shultz, Mgr
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"THE FLAME OF
CAs he looks today.l
Yes, for a quarter oentury, Mr. J. L, Kratzert has
served the youth of Pennsylvania in vocational agri-
culture. For his faithful and effective service he has 1
received the coveted Twenty-five Year Service Medal,
awarded by the Pennsylvania State University. A MR. JOHN L. KRATZERT
Keystone Farmer himself, he has duringhis seventeen Graduation Day - 1931
years at N.O.H.S, seen six of his boys become Key- Pemmsylvania State University
stone Farmers, and has seen two become State F.F.A,
officers. Congratulations for a job well done.
VO-AQ TEACHER HONORED
Mr. Richard Lighter, Adams County VocationalAgriculture Super-
visor, awarding the service medal to Mr. Kratzert and offering con-
THE FACU LTV OCTET
CTHE HUNGRY EIGHT AND ONEQ
The Faculty Male Octet selected fromamong the members
of the Lower Adams Jotnt School Faculty ts an accom
phshed musxcal group They have been slngmg sertous
mus1c together for two years and the1r appearance ts
tantamount to the success of the program The1r between
acts numbers the1r contr1but1ons to P T A teacher
IIISIIIUIS and other school and CIVIC programs have always
been well recerved
The personnel of the group are Left to Rrght Donald
Kemp Barltone Edgar Moul Bass Levere Brexghner
Bass John Kratzert Second Tenor Jack Gardner Bar1
tone Charles Edwards F1rst Tenor Gerald Orndorff
F1rst Tenor R1chard Watkms Second Tenor and Mrs
Betty Jane Moul Accompamst
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DOUGLAS R, ADAMS
Douglas, the artist of the Senior
Class, held the position of Memento
Art Editor and had a similar duty on
the Silhouette Staff. The Class as
well as the school is indebted to Doug
for the splendid advertising work he
did with posters and pictures for our
many school activities. when Doug
was a Junior, he also participated
in the Library Club.
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LARRY M. BAKER
larry, who has been an active mem-
ber of the F.F.A. since he entered
high school, served as F. F.A. Presi-
dent, Class President, and President
of the Student Council in his Senior
year. He held a position on the
Memento Staff, participated in Band,
as well as being an active manager
of the 1956 Magazine Campaign.
In 1957, he was awarded the Key-
stone Farmers Award.
PATSY A. BAKER
Patsy, a Commercial Student, was
active in the Business Club as Chair-
man of the Membership Committee,
during her Senior year. She served
as a typist on the Silhouette staff
and held a similar position on the
Memento staff. She worked in the
capacity of Student Secretary to the
Vocal Music Department. Pat is
alsoa salesgirl in the Senior Canteen.
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RAMONA E. BAKER
Ramona has assisted in much of the
art work and advertisinq in our Class.
While a Senior she served on the
Memento Staff and as Silhouette
Assistant Production Manager.
Ramona was also Assistant Art Editor
on the Silhouette Staff as a Junior.
She was active in Band, Girls' Chorus,
the Choral Club, and County Chorus
as well as the Business Club.
JOHN E. BROWN
John, a Commercial Student served
as Memento Advertising Manager
and typist on the Silhouette Staff.
He was a member ofthe Boys' Chorus,
Choral Club, County Chorus, and
Operetta Cast. John joined the Bus-
iness Club when a Senior as well as
being a member of the Baseball
DOROTHY M . BIESECKER
Dorothy has been an active Commer-
cial Student during her four high
school years. She held a position
as typist on both the Memento and
Silhouette Staffs. She wasa member
of the Band, County Band, Girls'
Chorus, the Choral Club, and Oper-
etta Cast. Dot joined the Library
Club and held the position of Sec-
retary. When a Senior, she also
became a member of the Business
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MARY IDU CHRONISTER
Mary Lou took the Home Economics
Course as a Freshman and joined the
F.i-l. A. Cluba year later. She held
the office of Vice-President and
later Secretary. Girls' Chorus and
Choral Club rated high on her list
ofextra activities. She was a mem-
ber of the Operetta Cast and served
on the Memento Staff.
DOROTHY G . DEA TRICK
Dorothy, who was active on both the
Memento Staff and Silhouette Staff
in her Senior year, also joined the
Business Club, She was a member
of the Operetta Cast. Dorothy was
a member of the Junior Red Cross
Council and held the office of Sec-
retary when a Junior. She was also
Student Secretary to Mr. Elbin.
KENNETH W, DEA TRICK
Kenneth took the Commercial Course
when he entered high school. He
was active on the Memento Staff
as an advertisement salesman and
on the Silhouette Staff as a typist.
Kenneth served as Student Secretary
to the Art Department, which is
supervised by Mrs. Heldt.
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JOAN E, DOCKEY
Hoping to become an Elementary
School Teacher, Ioan took the Aca-
demic Course. She was a good
Memento Sales Manager, a member
of Student Council and Silhouette
News Editor. She has been active
in Band, County Band, Dance Band,
Girls' Chorus, ChoralClub, Operetta,
Class Play and sports. She also
attended District Chorus. Ioan was
Vice- President of the Iunior Red
Cross Council, anda member of the
LA RRY B. FEESER
Larry, who took the Agriculture
Course, wasa member of the F. F. A.
for three years. In his Senior year
he served as Vice President of the
Club. His projects for the Senior
year include a dairy cow and calf,
a dairy heifer, and 300 laying hens.
For his field com, Larry received
ninth prize at the Pennsylvania Farm
A LLEN L. FLICKINGER
Allen, an Academic Student, was a
member of the Band, Boys' Chorus,
and Choral Club, from which he was
a representative to County Chorus.
Allen joined the Hi-Y Club during
his Junior year. As a Senior, he
served on the Memento staff.
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PATRICIA A . GARRETT
Patsy, who took the Home Economics
Course, wasa memberfothe F. H.A.
Club for three years. She also par-
ticipated in the Apple Pie and Cherry
Pie contests, as well as serving at
the annual F.F.A. Banquets. She
was active during her Senior year
on the Memento Staff.
PEGGY I. HAAR
Peggy was a member of the F. H. A.
Club where she held the offices of
Historian and Tr e a su re r. In the
Apple Pie Baking Contest, she took
first place. She was a member of
the Band, Girls' Chorus, Choral
Club, Operetta Cast, and County
Chorus. Peg served on the Memento
Staff, Basketball Team, Class Play,
and was Class Secretary for two years.
KENNETH E. GOOD
Kenneth was active on both the Me-
mento Staff and Silhouette Staff.
As a member of the Band, Kenneth
was one of the representatives from
N.O,H.S. to the County Band. In
sports, he played on the Basketball
Team during his Sophomore year.
In his Senior year, he also became
a member of the Business Club,
Ken served as Student Secretary to
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DA VID H . HIGINBOTHA M
Dave took the Academic Course so
that he may fulfill his ambition to
become an engineer. He was Me-
mento Photo-Editor, Class Vice -
President and Silhouette Feature
Editor. Band, County Band, Dance
Band, Boys' Chorus, Choral Club,
Operetta Lead, Hi-Y Club, Class
Play, Basketball and Baseball are
all activities, in which he took part
to make his school life more enter-
DIXIE L. KESSEL
Dixie served on both the Memento
Staff and Silhouette Staff. As a
member of the Business Club, she
held the office of Secretary. Dixie
was a Cheerleader for three years,
as well as being a member ofthe
Band, County Band, Girls' Chorus,
Choral Club, and Operetta Cast.
She was President of the Sophomore
Class and a member of the Student
EVELYN M. LA UGHMAN
Evelyn who took the Home Economics
course. wasa memberof the F.H.A.
Club for three years. She was active
on the Memento Staff when a Senior.
Evelyn also proved herself a very
faithful worker in the school cafe-
teria, where she worked during all
four of her high school years.
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ROY M. LA UGHMAN
Roy, who took the Comme rcial
Course, was active on the Memento
Staff as a Senior and a typist on the
Silhouette Staff as a Junior. He had
a leading part in the Class Play,
"Raggedy Nan, " and was a member
of the Baseball Team his Senior year.
He also serves as the Student Secre-
tary to Mr. Roland and the Science
S USAN E. LEMMON
Susan was active in Iunior Red Cross,
serving as Pr e sid e nt of the local
chapter for two years, and as Secre-
tary and Vice-President ofthe County
Red Cross. She was a member of the
Girls' Chorus, Choral Club, County
Chorus, Operetta Cast, and Library
Club. Susan served on both the Me-
mento staff and Silhouette Staff,
attended Student Council, and acted
in both class plays.
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LEE E. LITTLE
Lee, a transfer from Delone Catholic
High, took the Academic Course at
N,O. H. S. He was a member of the
Varsity Club of Delone and played
Basketball, Football, and Baseball.
He was a member of the Boys' Chorus
and the Choral Club from which he
was a representative to the County
Chorus. Lee was also active on the
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JAMES A . MEHRING
Jim who spent his high school years
taking the Commercial Course, was
an Ad Salesman for the Memento,
and a typist on the Silhouette Staff.
He was a member of the Band, ser-
ved as Band President during his Sen-
ior year, and participated in County
Band. Business Club, Class Play,
Basketball, Baseball, and other sports
were all activitiesin which Jim took
an active part.
G. WILBUR MILLAR JR.
Wishing to become an engineer
Wilbur took the Academic Course.
During his Senior year he was an
Ad Salesman on the Memento Staff.
Boys' Chorus, Choral Club, and
County Chorus, were all activities in
which Wilbur was found taking an
active part. Having a good Bass
voice, Wilbur acquired a lead part
in the school operetta. He was also
a member of the Hi-Y Club.
PHYLLIS G. L. MOORE
Phyllis, joining the class during our
Senior year, became extremely in-
terested in the projects of the class.
She came to us from Manchester
High School, where she took the
Academic Course, was a member of
theStamp Club and the Future Teach-
ers of America Club, and the Bake-
sale President. While in New Oxford ,
Phyllis was on the Memento Staff
and a member of the Library Club.
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GEORGE M. MORNINGSTAR
George, by taking the Agriculture
Course, was interested in the out-of
doors. As a member of the F.F. A.
Club , he had v a r i ou s projects.
F r e sh m a n year, broiler projectg
Sophomore year, laying hens and
vegetable garden, Junior yea r, broil-
ers, vegetable garden and honey
bees: Senior year, broilers , vegetable
garden, honey bees and fattening
hogs. He was on the Memento Staff,
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ROBERT E. MYERS
Bob was always a quiet boy, and was
a pretty good student in the subjects
along the Commercial line. He was
an Ad Salesman and a typist on the
Memento staff during his Senior year,
and a typist on the Silhouette Staff.
Bob was also Student Secretary to
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NORMA I. NAILL
Norma, who aspires to become a
secretary, took the Commercial
Course beginning in her Freshman
year. Typing for the Memento and
the school newspaper helped her in-
crease hertyping skills. As a mem-
ber of the high school band, she was
an excellent bass clarinetist, and a
member of the County Band. Also,
during her Senior year, Norma was
a charter member of the Business
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MARCELLA D NEWMAN
As Memento Asststant Productton
Manager anda typist on the Stlhou
ette Staff Marcella has used many
of the skills she employed by takmg
the Commerc1alCourse Durtng her
Sophomore year she served as Class
Secretary A Me mbe r of Band
County Band Gtrls Chorus Choral
Club and the Bustness Club Marcella
was also one of the cast in both the
operetta and tn the Sen1or Play
CHA RIDTTE R ORNDORFF
Charlotte who asptres to be an E1
ementary School Teacher took the
tor of the Memento Class Assistant
Treasurer Treasurer and Silhouette
Co Edltor She partictpated tn such
actxvmes as Band County Band
Glrls Chorus Choral Club Oper
etta Class Play Iumor Red Cross
Counc1l and Iuntor Red Cross County
LARRY E ROHRBAUGH
Du tng h1s htgh school years larry
followed a course tn Commerctal
work This course was a great axd
to larry when he served on both the
Memento Staff and the Silhouette
Staff as a typist He was also an Ad
Salesman for the Memento Larry
served as Student Secretary to Mr
Gardner of the Iuntor Hlgh Soclal
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LINDA H. SHOLL
Beginning with the Freshman year,
Linda took the Commercial Course.
She was a typist on both the Silhou-
ette Staff and the Memento Staff.
She was active in such activities as
the Girls' Chorus, Choral Club and
wasacharter member of the Business
Club during her Senior year. Linda
served Mrs. Stock as Student Secre-
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SANDRA A. SIPE
As Memento Production Grief, Sil'
houette typist, and Production Man-
ager, Sandy used the knowledge she
gained in taking the Commercial
Course. In Girls' Chorus, Choral
Club, and County Chorus she sang
alto, and during her high school
years she was a Gleerleader, As
one of the cast of our Junior Play,
Sandy played the part of Agatha.
Also, she belonged to the Business
JOAN E. SIPE
Ioan, due to her business ability and
her studies in the Commercial Course,
was a typist on both the Memento
Staff and the Silhouette Staff. She
was Class Treasurer, a member of
the High School Band, County Band,
Girls' Chorus and Choral Club.
Joan also participated in the school
Operetta. Being active in clubwork,
she belonged to the Business Club
and Library Club.
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In order that she might become a
nurse. Darlene took the Academic
Course. She wasAssistant Subscrip-
tion Manager for the Memento, Sil-
houetteCo-Editor, and a member of
the Library Club. As a member of
Girls' Chorus, Choral Club and
County Chorus she participated in the
school Operetta. Being President of
the Junior Red Cross County Council,
made her active in our own school
IAN P. SPONSELLER
Ian, whose chiefambition is to teach
history, took the Academic Course.
He was assistant Editor-in-Chief of
the Memento, a reporter for the Sil-
houette, a member of the Hi-Y Club,
and a Band member. He participated
in such activities as Boys' Chorus,
Choral Club, County Chorus, Oper-
etta and Class Play. Being active in
sports, Ian was on both the Basket-
ball and baseball Teams.
HELEN L, STOCKHA M
Hoping to become a teacher. Helen
chose the Academic Course. She
was Memento Business Manager, and
a reporter for the Silhouette. Such
activities as Girls' Chorus, Choral
Club, County Chorus, Operetta and
Class Play kept her very busy. Helen
was a member of the Junior Red
Cross County Council, Vice'Presi-
dent of the school Junior Red Cross
Council, and active in Library Club
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MA RY L. SWOPE
The Home Economics Course greatly
benefitted Mary, who wishes to be'
come a practical nurse. She was a
member of both the Memento Staff
and the Silhouette Staff, where she
served as F. H. A. news - reporter.
Since she belonged to Girls' Chorus
and the Choral Club, Mary was el-
igible to participate in the school
operetta. She be longed to one other
club. that being the F. H.A.
DALE W. TRUMP
Since he was an Ad salesman on the
Memento Staff, and a typist on the
Silhouette Staff, Dale used some of
the skills he acquired in taking the
CommercialCourse. The activities
in which he was found participating
all through his high school years
were. Boys' Chorus, Choral Club
and during his Senior Year, County
Chorus. Dale was also a cast mem-
ber of the school operetta.
ROBERT W. WALKER
Bob took the Academic Course which
enabled him to enter Engineering
School. He was an Ad salesman on
the Memento Staff, Junior Class
President, Senior Class Vice Presi-
dent, and a member of the Student
Council. He participated in such
activities as Boys' Chorus, Choral
Club, County Chorus, and operetta.
Bob was member of the Hi-Y Club,
and a cast member of our Class Play.
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DONA LD R. WAGNER
Donnie took the CommercialCourse
during all four years of his high
school education. He was a typist
on both the Memento Staff, during
his Senior year, and a Silhouette
staff, his Junior year. Donnie was
found in the sports lineup only when
he was Sophomore, whenhe was out
for basketball. I-le was a member
of the Library Club.
LESTER E, WALTON
Eddie took the Academic Course
during his high school years. He
was an Ad salesman on the Memento
Staff, and a member of the Hi-Y
Club. Also he was active in Band
anda cast member ofthe Class Play.
Eddie was the manager of both the
basketballteamand the Senior Can-
teen. He handled all candy sales
at both Christmas and Easter.
LOIS E. WA RNICK
As Memento Editor-in-Chief and
typist for the Silhouette, Lois used
the skills she acquired in the Com-
mercial Course. Sie was Junior
Class Assistant Treasurer, Student
Council Secretary, Business Club
President, and a member of the Li-
brary Club. She was active in Band.
County Band, Dance Band, Girls'
Chorus. Choral Club, District Chor-
us Cheerleading. Operetta Lead and
PRISC ILLA I. YOHE
By taking the Commercial Course,
Prescilla leamed many skills which
she used in typing for the Memento
and the Silhouette. She was Trea'
surer of the Business Club and be-
longed to the Library Club during
her Junior year. Being very good in
athletcis, Priscilla played on the
School Basketball team and on other
teams in the vicinity. She was Assis-
tant Canteen Manager.
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Sportsmanship is fair play - on and
off the athletic field. It is winning
fairly and losing graciously. Its
secret lies in team play and honest
competition. Sportsmanship is the
reward of the gracious host and the
courteous guest. It begins in the
home, continues in school and is of
lasting benefit in later life. Good
sportsmanship begets good citizen'
ship - it is the Golden Rule in action.
Scholarship is the power of the mind
to dispel ignorance, superstition and
fear through the investigation of
truth. It knows the PAST, leams
from the PRESENT, and makes the
FUTURE more than mere chance.
It is the preparation for broader ser-
vice to mankind. It is experience
plus - plus hard, tireless, faithful
CLASS OF '57
Leadership is based on personalityg
it means the advancement of men.
A leader must develop qualities which
are useful to others, He must gain
such knowledge and experiences
that will enable him to act wisely
in times of stress. Leadership is
thinking, planning, acting, leader-
ship is the seeing and doing what is
best for the group,
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bv secret ballot, cast by the
members of the Class of '57,
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SCHOOL'S LEA DE RS
SCN IOR CLASS GFFICERS
Robert Walker V1ce Presldent Charlotte Omdorff Asslstant Treasurer Darlene
Sponseller Histonan Larry Baker Presldent Peggy Haar
Secretary Joan Slpe Treasurer
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Presrds ugh president Phliir e I a ry El-'ilne Ierxsse Adams S D o n s C 1 1 B I Baker
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Kenneth Baugher Sallie Bentzel Phyllis Berwager
Evelyn Bream Marlene Congleton David Costella
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Dale Brown . . , .... President
Judy Hash .... .... T reasurer
John Orem . . . . . . . Vioe-President
Donna Sponseller . . ..... SSCFCIHFY
CLASS OF '60 - JUNIOR
SECTION 9 - 1
ROW ONE: Helen Walker, Sara Kitzmilzer, Carol Leedy, Donna
Sponseller, Martha Laughman, Amanda Earhart, Judith I-lash,
Floria Spangler. ROW TWO: Daniel Boose, Gloria Byers,
Stephen Raber, Anthony Feeser, John Winebrenner, Harvey
Lockner, Lewis Shank, Kenneth Bream, Harold Walton. ROW
THREE: Ronald Utz, Kate Korver, Mary Stambaugh, Jill
Pohhemus, Sara Ziegler, Anna Dockey, Shirley Bortner. Judy
Phlhemus, Ronald Starry, Jean Laughman. ROW FOUR: Donald
Charles, Dale Brown, John Orem, Gerald Hale, Linwood Bos-
serman, Doug Alwine ,Clair Herr, Mark Shadle , Robert Garrett,
Philip Nace, Gordon Wentz.
HIGH - FRESHMEN
ROW ONE: Rosalie Luckenbaughjanice Myers,Pearl Lucken-
baugh, Kathryne Millhimes, Norma Rohrbaugh, Rearlie Sager,
Mary Wagaman. ROW TWO: Tommy Ecker, William Wallen,
Kyle Baber, Paul Jacoby, Fred Humbert,John Newman, Russell
Leedy, Robert Millar, Bill Baker, ROW THREE: Ronald
Fridinger, Susan Alwine, Sandra Wolf, Rosalie Hockensmith,
Patricia Starry, Shirley Herring, Peggy Yingling, Stephen
Naylor. ROW FOUR: John Duttera, Lester Laughman, Harry
Hull, Richard Becker, Harold Elder, Homer Hafer, Clair Kling,
Tom Evans, Richard Diehl.
9-2 CLASS OFFICERS
Bill Baker . . . . . Historian
Bob Miller . . . . . . Treasurer
JBFUCC Myers .... ...... S ecretary
Kyle Baber ...... . . . Vice-President
Rosella Luckenbaugh . . . . . President
GRADE EIGHT-SECTION ONE
SECTION 8-1. ROW ONE: Geraldine Staub, Cindy Hockensmith, Gloria Hardy, Anna Laughman, Barbara
Bollinger, Cynthia Leedy, Lorraine Harman. ROW TWO: David Bosserman, Larry Hildebrand, Ralph
Yingling, Jesse Bly, Ray Bream, Thomas Orwig, Leon Smith, Dennis Wentz, ROW THREE: Patrick
Rutter, Arlene Stambaugh, Betty Hull, Barbara Staub, Annette Eberhardinger, Betty Harman, Patsy Osborn,
Hoyce Eisenhart, Kenneth Witter, ROW FOUR: Carrol Kibler, Michael Smith, Donald Harman, David
Shaffer, Charles Reed, William Laughman, Ted Hippensteel, Robert Snellbaker, Paul Wolf.
SECTION 8-2. ROW ONE: Susan Berkheimer, Rosalie Laughman, Yvonne Mummert, Colleen Mclntire,
Grace Laudiman, Janet Smith, Nancy Stambaugh. ROW TWO: Gary Sloneaker, Glenn Watson, John
Mummert, Glen Moul, Strayer Yake, Martin Nicholas, Fred Berwager, John Baadte, Tom Morningstar,
Robert Snyder, ROW THREE: Robert Noel, Caroll Noel, Stephen Miller, Brenda Feeser, Carol Warnick,
Elizabeth Hollinger, Janet Baugher, Betty Moffitt, Ronald Knott,Robert Reimard. ROW FOUR: Margaret
Linebaugh, Mary Shaffer, John Pressel, Charles Reynolds, Gary Laughrnan, Robert Anthony, Paul Wolf,
Linda Duncan, Patsy Laughman, Tim Korver.
SECTION 8-3. ROW ONE: Shelby Rohrbaugh, Mary Yeagy, Mary Reinhart, Mary Sponseller, Kathryn
Laughman, Mary Gladfelter, Louise Luckenbaugh, Phyllis Fridinger, Caro1ynSadler. ROW TWO: Florence
Trimmer, J irnmy Weikert, Marlin Herman, Harold Wolf, Darla Alwine, Susan Meckley, Freda Trimmer,
Bradley Groft, Bruce Zoeller, Burnell Humbert. ROW THREE: Samuel Higinbotham, Joann Rife, Joan
Brallier, Daryl Mae Walker, Nancy Sieg, Barbara Wineberg, Laura Estep, Kathryn Sager, Bernard
Anthony. ROW FOUR: Richard Beamer,Robert Meckley, Richard Karshner, Norman Lippy, David Shriver,
David Mclntire, Herbert Spangler, Bernard Wentz, Robert Laughman, Terry Holsopple.
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SECTION 'I-1: ROW ONE: Gary Forry, George Kile, Ethel Emlet, Judy Hippensteel, Merry Stambaugh,
Mervin Gladfelter, Larry Keller. ROWTWO: Dale Sponseller, Wayne Bortner, David Ford, Lucille Sager,
James Kibler, Larry Sipling, Ronald Bortner, Joseph Kaiser. ROW THREE: Jimmy Hoffman, Alice
Laughman, Sally Noel, Judy Riddle, Shirley Gallager, Gladys Noel, Robert Laughman. ROW FOUR:
Donald Brown, Sam Laughman, David Emig, Sheldon lGinefelter, Carl Laugiman, James Zerfoss, Donald
SECTION 7-2. ROW ONE: Delores Walton, Gladys Millar, Audrey Chilcothe, Brenda Witters, Leah
Watson, Sandra Gruver, Janet Miller. ROW TWO: Robert Weaver, Thomas Shrivert, Ronald Alwine,
Gordon Hoff, Richard Higinbotham, Eugene Baugher, Terry Yealy, Mervin Laughman. ROW THREE:
Brenda Wolf, John Becker, James Linebaugh, Gloria Nieman, Lavetta Hildebrand, Betty Swope, Willis
Costella, James Hippensteel, Joan Hull. ROW FOUR: Edith Leister, Lois Griest, Larry Beaver, Richard
Bennett, David Dawnin, Robert Walker, James Rife, Janine Baker, Rebecca Hardy, Nancy Myers.
SECTION '7-3. ROW ONE: Donna Bentzel, Linda Wagner, Linda Ecker, Carolyn Utz, Nancy Wynan,
Shirley Good, Brenda Shultz, Joan Wolf, Emily Robert, ROW TWO: Patsy Zirm, Kenneth Rutter, Gary
Smith, Robert Flickinger, Nathan Kitzmiller, Robert Lahman, Lester Miller, Millard Garrett, Nancy
Baber, Randall Herman, ROW THREE: Rosita Laughman, Judy Huffman, Veronica Congleton, Kristy
Winebrenner, Susan Strambaugh, Becky Brendle, Margo Brinton, Ruth Myers, Bonnie Mummert. ROW
FOUR: Lee Bible, David Warnick, Jill Zoeller, Cheryle Warnick, Jack Myers, Shirley Wolf, Betsy Budd,
Kenneth Hale, Richard Boose,
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FIRST PLACE WINNER
Excerpts from winning essay
We all have wonderful privileges here tn the
United States that cannot be obtained in the other
countries of the world One is the Right of Suffrage
the right to vote the way we choose and for whom
we choose This right is too precious a privilege
not to be used by all eligible voters Some Amerr
can citizens neglect to take advantage of this prxv
rlege and yet it is one of the ways the people have
of determining how they shall be governed
We have been striving for peace for so long
ln order to acquire thlscondltion it takes the duty
of every citizen to share 1n keeping peace W
must stay united and work together to show the rest
of the world how well we can get along under a
So let us prove ourselves good American crti
zens and dedicate ourselves to our democratic way
of 11fe which we freely can enyoy
The Hanover Area Contest was sponsored by the
Pennsylvania Iunior Chamber of Commerce. Radio
station WHVR, Hanover, taped and broadcast all of
the essays entered in the contest. A transcription of
the first place winner's essay was entered in the
Pennsylvania State Contest.
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THIRD PLACE WINNER
Excerpts from third place essay
That nation doesn t know those scores of un
knowns who he beneath the green turf but the Flag
knows its dead' Wasnt lt there as they fell m the
fields of Saratoga? Wasn t rt there with countrymen
in the bloody burrows of the fields of Gettysburg?
Didn t it fltng 1ts Shadow over them in the trenches
on Dead Man s H1119 Wasn t rt in the thick of the
strrfe at the Bulge as they strained and died? Didn t
rt weep at Heartbreak Ridge as its men struggled up
the rocky slopes? It was there' It was battered and
stained but still it rose and gleamedl lt gave cour
age todying men to fight their final battles It gave
hope to those still living It caused the able-bodied
to press forward Yes the Flag knows its deadl'
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FIRST ROW: Joan Sipe, Norma Naill. SECOND
ROW: Ramona Baker, Linda Sholl. THIRD ROW:
Priscilla Yohe, Dorothy Biesecker. TOP ROW:
SITTING: Robert Walker, Darlene Sponseller, Dixie Kessel.
STANDING: Ioan Dockey. John Brown.
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STANDING: Douglas Adams, Patsy Baker.
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FIRST ROW: Mary Swope, Mary Lou Chronister
SECOND ROW: Peggy Haar, Susan Lemmon. THIRD
ROW: Evelyn Laughman, Phyllis Moore, TOP ROW
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Bob Walker. STANDING: Darlene Sponseller, Marcella Newman, Helen Stockham, Peggy Haar,
Allen Flickinger, Jim Mehring, Ian Saonseller, Roy Laughman, Larry Baker, Lois Wamick,
Dorothy Biesecker, Dixie Kessel, Miss D. Miriam Taylor, Director.
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Isn't she fhe - Eddie Waltonj a Pretty Girl.
THE CAST OF "QUIT YOUR KIDDINH
SITTING: Charlotte Omdorff, Helen Stockham, Lois Warnick, Darlene Sponseller, Ioan Dockey.
Marcella Newman. STANDING: Susan Lemmon, Dorothy Biesecker, Jan Sponseller, Bob Walker, Jim
Mehring, Dave Higinborham, Larry Baker, Eddie Walton, Ramona Baker, Priscilla Yohe, Mr. Calvin
Roland , Director
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HOST AND HOSTESS: David Higinbotham and Peggy Haar crowning
the king and queen.
NEW OXFORD HIGH
INNER CIRCLE: Charlotte Omdorff, Lois Warnick, Joan Sipe, Betty Hoff, Ruth Milhimes, Dixie
Kassel, Dorothy Biesecker, Norma Naill, June Hippensteel, Patsy Estep.
SECOND CIRCLE: Robert Dockey, Anna Dockey. .Till Polhemus, Linda Berkheimer, Nancy Budd,
Lois Baugher, Patsy Groft. Linda Wagner, Dorothy Geisler, Ruth Arm Wagner, Joan Dockey,
Gerald Myers, E11 Starner, David Wamick, Philip Nace, Darryl walker, Darlene Baker. Sallie
THIRD CIRCLE: Daniel Boose, Fred Humbert, Judy Polhemus, Freda Trimmer, Florence
Trimmer, John Orme, Scott Rinehart, Douglas Alwine, Edward Walton, Harold wolf, Marlyn
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Thomas Ecker, Richard Boose, Noel Taylor, Rona1dUtz, Delores Good, Allen Flickinger, Marcella
Newman, Barbara Leese, Larry Baker, Ruth Ann Nace.
FOURTH CIRCLE: Bonnie Mummert, Brenda Schultz, Judy Hoffman, Carolyn Utz, Mary Rinehart,
Burnell Humbert, Darla Alwine, Janice Myers, Bernie Anthony, William Weikert, william Rohr-
baugh, J arnes Mehring, Dale Brown.
STANDING: Gerald Beamer, Peggy Haar, Jan Sponseller, David I-liginbotham, William Baker, Mr.
Donald L, Kemp, Director.
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FRONT ROW: Saxophones: Gerald Myers, Ellen Starner, Sallie Bentzel, Darlene Baker.
French Horn: Joan Dockey. Trombones: Larry Baker, Ruth Ann Nace, Alla: Flicldnger.
Soloist: Betty Huff, Pianist: Lois Warnick. BACK ROW: Traps: David Higlnbothaxn.
Trumpets: Doug Alwine, John Orem, Scott Reinhart, Bass: Bill Weikaert. Director. Mr.
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ROW ONE: M. L. Chronister, M, Kitzrniller, D. Kessel, J. Dockey, L. Berkheimer, B. Laughman, B. Reimard, J
Harr, D. Sponseller, M. Newman, M. Swope. ROW TWO: S. Lemmon, D. Morningstar, S. Bentzel, R. A, Nace, J
Humbert, D. Good, R. Baker, P. Groft, E. Lucabaugh, R. Millhimes, C. Orndorff, P. Stambaugh. ROW THREE: E,
Starner, M, Congleton, R. Lawver, B. Hoff, D. Baker, P. Alwine, N. Budd, B. Sager, J, Wildasin, M. Krout, L
Baugher, J. Myers, B. Leese. ROW FOUR: Y. Ecker, P. Estep, P. Haar. L. Warnick, H. Stockham, N. Harner, D
Biesecker, J, Spangler, C. Straley, R, Wagner, S. Sponseller, S. Sipe, N. Wolf, B. Aldridge.
ROW ONE: N. Kitzmiller, J. Hippensteel, R. Lahman, H. Spangler, K. Simpson, R. Alwine. ROW TWO: D. Walton
E. Roberts, P. Fridinger, L. Harman, M. Wagaman, S. Good, N. Stambaugi, M. Yeagy, L. Ecker, C. Sadler, S.
Gruver, D. Bentzel, C. Sager. ROW THREE: M. Brinton, S, Berkheimer, B. Swope, S, Kitzmiller, S. Meckley, B,
Bollinger, V. Congleton, M. Sponseller, C. Leedy, G. Neiman, P. Zinn, N. Wagner. ROW FOUR: J. Baugher, C,
Leedy, J. Zoeler, B. Budd, S. Stambaugh, S. Herring, M. Linbaugh, J. Brallier, B. Brendle. J. Eisenhart, R. Myers,
R. Laughman. J. Hash, B. Muffett. ROW FIVE: C. Warnick, D. Sponseller, S. Alwine, B. Wineberg. K Korver, S.
Bortner, A. Eberhardinger, S. Wolf, S, Ziegler, C. Warnick, L. Griest, N, Seig. M. Shaffer, B. Hollinger, G. Laugh-
man, P. Yingling.
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Snyder, P, Sentz, D. Kessel, R Nace, M, Kitzmiller, B. Sager. B. Yealy, F. Humbert, J. Beamer. SECOND
ROW: J. Dockey. J. Humbert, D. Good. E. Lucabaugh, M. Congelton, S. Lemmon, P. Groft, P. Stambaugh,
K Ecker, I-L Stockham, S, Bmtzel, R Milhimes, R. Lawver. B. Aldridge, C. Straley, D. Deatrick, FL
Millar, D, Lawver, I. Herman. THIRD ROW: J. Brown, W, Millar, D. Higinbotham, K. Baugher, B. Leese,
H. Flickinger, G. Freed, L. Warnick, J. Korver, E. Starner, N. Sebright, J. Sponseller, C. Sherman, R.
Hufman, R. Sipe, B, Walker, D. Wiseman. FOURTH ROW: P. Hint, B. Weikert, N. Millar, H. Staub,
N. Hamer. D. Deatrick, W. Snyder. R. Milhimes.
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FIRST ROW: Mrs, Moul, Director: J. Dockey, D,
Sponseller, P. Stambaugh, B, Sager, M. Congleton, H.
Stockham, P. Haar, M. Chronister, R. Baker, D.
Kessel. SECOND ROW: N, Harrier, B, Hoff, M,
Kitzmiller, D. Good, S. Bentzel, S, Bedford, C, Straley,
E, Sterner, D. Deatrick, M. Swope, P, Zimmerman, C.
Stambaugh. A. Stambaugh, M, Krout, J. Humbert, G.
Freed, L. Warnick. THIRD ROW: P. Groft, B.
Aldridge, B. Snyder, Y, Ecker, B. Leese, E. Luca-
bauih. .T. Haar, C. Sherman, H. Staub, R. Sipe, F.
Watson, D, Trunp, W. Weikert, P, Stambaugh, R. Mil-
himes. FOURTH ROW: N. Sebright, N, Millar, S,
Lemmon, C. Orndorff, G, Winand, P, Sentz, R. Huff-
man, R, Walker, W. Millar, S, Rinehart, R. Yealy,
D. Biesecker, S, Sipe, R. Milhimes. FIFTH ROW:
J, Sponseller, D. Higinbotham, J. Korver, W. Snyder,
W. Rohrbaugh, G. Beamer, J. Brown, H. Flickinger,
K. Baugher, R. Dockey.
MRS. BETTY J' ANE MOUL, Director
Nancy Millar, Betty Snyder, Nancy Sebrighl. Joan Dockey
Gwen Freed, Rose Milhimes.
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Fred Humbert Q13 Book Shelf
Harry Hull 125 Table
Aaron Pressel Q15 Stand
Daniel Boose Q23 Table
GRADE SEVEN WINNERS
Glenn Watson Q15 Lamp
Leon Smith Q13 Lazy Susan
John Presself3J Lamp
Sam Higinbotham QSQ Stand
Robert Meckley Q23 Lazy Susan
Charles Reynolds Q25 Stand
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GRADE TWELVE WINNERS
Charles Sherman Q15 Tables
Richard sipe 429 Bed
Welby Snyder Q31 Cabinet
GRADE NINE WINNERS
Herb Ferrence ily Bench
Sam Sipling Q33 Table
George Baber fly Desk
Gerald Myers C23 Book Case
Clyde Kopp fly Table
Norman Laughman Q33 Table
GRADE ELEVEN WINNERS
Eddie Walton Q21 Cabinet
Wilbur Millar Q31 Hang Bag
Bob Walker My Wallet
Allen Flickinger Q13 Cabinet
GRADE TEN WINNERS
Ronnie Hankey 44p Desk
Phil Nell CSI Cabinet
Harold Flickinger Q55 Table
IDR I ZE WIN NERS i2i,.'Z3fdSZQT'g,illf3IbE1Sk
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FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA
SITTING: Betty Spence, JoAnn Humbert Mrs. Mary Stock, Normalslarner, Mary Lou Chronister, Mary
Louise Swope. STANDING: Sally Bentzel, Rosalie Laughman, Peggy Haar, Evelyn Laughman, Patsy
Garret. June Hippensteel.
President, Norma Hamer NNEMAKERS.
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Peggy Haar and Mary Louise Swope.
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APPLE DESSERT QUEEN
This is an annual affair sponsored by
the Adams County Apple Growers Associa-
THE JUDGES tion. The winner is eligible to compete in
the county contest and, if a winner there, in
Mrs. Mary Stock, recorder
Mr. Selon Dockey
Miss Doris Millar
Miss Mary Skelly
the Pennsylvania Contest,
CGUNCIL OF STUDENT GOVERNMENT
The Student Council, the regulating body of the Student Government, is composed of the president of -
the various classes and clubs. Its primary functions are to establish the calendar of student activities and
to supervise these activities. In addition it acts as a cabinet to discuss student problems and student
government policy with the Council Advisor.
COUNCIL PERSONNEL. SITTING: Philip Beamer, Susan Lemmon, Robert Walker, Lois Warnick, Larry
Baker, Elaine Lucabaugh, Mr. Selon Dockey, Norma Harner, Johnny Winebrenner. STANDING: Jimmy
Weikert, Brenda Shultz, Lester M.i1lar, Carol Warnick, Kyle Baber, Robert Yealy, Gerry Beamer, Richard
Karshner, James Mehring, Dale Brown, Martin Nicholas, Mike Smith, Larry Beaver, David Bosserman,
James Kibler, Rosella Lucabaugh, George Kile.
"IN SCHCXJL ACTIVITIES WE SUPPLY THE FUEL, TRIM THE WICKS AND LIGHT THE LAMP"
LIIBR RY CLUB
Phyllis Moore, Judy Martz, Margaret Linebaugh, Darlene Sponseller, Helen Stockham, Barbara Aldridge.
Fannie laughman, Dorothy Biesecker, Betty Hoff, Pat Groft, Susan Meckley, Susan Lemmon, Betty
Moffett, Jo Ann Rife, Sara Kitzmillar, Tim Korver, Gordon Wentz, Robert Feltch, Nancy Sieg, Miss
Helen Ruth, Elaine Lucabaugh, Lorraine Harman, Janet Zinn.
JR. RED CROSS
Secretary -- Charlotte Omdorff
President -- Susan Lemmon
Advisor -- Mrs. Stock
Vice-President -- Helen Stockham
Assistant Secretary -- Lorraine Harman
Carroll Ann Utz
SITTING: Priscilla Yohe, Mrs. Lester Karschner, Sandy Sipe, Kenneth Baugher, Lois Wamick, Patsy
Baker. Mr. Charles Edwards, Dixie Kessel. STANDING: Norma Naill, Dorothy Deatrick, Joan Sipe
Barbara Aldridge, Linda Sholl, Claudia Straley, Dorothy Biesecker, Fannie Laughman, Ronald Hankey
Larry Auchey, Robert Dockey, Ruth Millhimes, Yvonne Boker, Patsy Stambaugh, Betty Hoff, Betty Sager
Janet Myers, Patsy Groft, Donna Momingstar, Marcella Newman.
BUSINESS CLUB OFFICERS
Treasurer -- Priscilla Yohe
Advisor -- Mrs. Lester Karschner
Vice'President -- Kenneth Baugher
President-- Lois Warnick
Advisor -- Mr. Charles Edwards
Secretary -- Dixie Kessel
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Mummert, Patsy Groft, Marlene Congelton, John Winebrenner, Patsy Estep, Philip Nace, Ronald Wentz,
Francis Yake, Philip Beamer, Susan Alwine, bee Bream, Pammona Baker, Judy Hippensteel.
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Advisor -- Mrs. Lester Karschner
Editor '- Glenn Alwine
Assistant Editor -- Norma Hamer
Business Manager -- Barbara Aldridge
Advisor -- Miss Miriam Taylor
Advisor -- Mr. Charles Edwards
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Barbara Millar -- Flower girl
Allen Harbaugh -- crown bearer
Jenifer Allamong -- flower girl
Nancy Millar '- May Queen
Peggy Sentz fMaid of Honorj crowns
the Oueen ofthe May.
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Babe Ruth Award
Robert C Mackley Mathematics
A RLA N REYNOLD S
G WENDOLYN FREED
Becky R1fe Social Studles
Llons Club Scrence
EDWIN STA RNER
Llons Club English
Home Economics Award
THE LESSER LIGHTS PRESENT
ANNUAL GRADE SCHOOL
This pictorial spread depicts the annual grade school May
Day which is presented each year by the pupils in Mrs. Snyder's
Fourth Grade home room solely for the entertainment of the
THE MAY POLE DANCERS
grade school pupils and their parents. With this event a
tradition is born which culminates in the higi school May
THE QUEEN and her MAID OF HONOR
Jane Weikert and Bonita Snyder,
THE COURT .TESTER
THE MAY COURT
BACK ROW: Sandra Richardson, Attendantg
Jane Weikert, May Queeng Bonita Snyder,
Maid of Honor, FRONT ROW: Jenny I-limes,
Flower Girlg Allen Kitzmiller, Ring Bearer.
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JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL SQUAD
FIRST ROW: Gary Forry, Ken Watson, Dick Beamer, Brad Groft, Bumel1Humbert, Jim Weikert. SEC-
OND ROW: Mr. Breighner, Dick Higinbotham, Robert Leedy, Mike Smith, Norman Lippy, Bernie Anthony,
Ray Bream, Dale Brown, Ron Utz, Mr, Moul. THIRD ROW: Ken Witter, Dave Ford, Bruce Zoeller,
Qteve Naylor, Homer Hafer, Dave Mclntire, Dan Boose Ken Helwig, Tom Ecker.
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Myrna Lee Bream
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AT THE RIGHT, SITTING:
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FRONT ROW: Darla Alwine, Flo
Trimmer. Nancy Seig. SECOND
ROW: Shelby Rohrbaugh, Daryl Mae
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THE BRA VES
MAROON and GREY
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THE EAGLES. SITTING: Dixie Kessel
Priscilla Yohe, Lois Warnick. STANDING
Peg Haar, Helen Stockham, Sandy Sipe
GIRLS' INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL 1
THE SM Swope.
il9P:Ngarr0u' Scharlolie Bilge
S1 ANDXTEQS wagnlflkn
THE GLOBE TROTTERS. SITTING: Barb Leese, Sallie
Bentzel, Evelyn Bream. STANDING: Dolores Good, Marlene
'05 Congleton, Norma Harner, Ruth Ann Nace, JoAnn Humbert.
THE VARSITY CHEERLEADERS
Delores Good. Mary Kitzmiller, Yvonne Ecker, Dixie Kessel, Captaing Lois Warnick, Sandy Sipe, Barbara
" FIGHT TEAM FIGHT"
Fight team fight
Fight team fight
Fight team, Fight team
Fight, fight, fight
Sis Boom Bah
Sis Boom Bah
New Oxford High School
Rah, rah, rah,
"BEA T ME DADDY'
Beat me daddy
Ace to the bar
we got a team
That's goin' far
Beat me daddy
with a boggie beat
We got a team
That can't be beat
We're gonna F-I-G-H-T
We're gonna F-I-G-H-T
We're gonna F-I-G-H-T
We're gonna fight
We're gonna fight
We're gonna F-I-G-H-T
We're gonna F-I-G-H-T
We're gonna F-I-G-H-T
We're gonna fight
" MAROON AND GRAY'
For the maroon
And the gray
For the maroon and the gray
we will fight.
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Mrs. Stokes and Miss Baugher Pour.
MR. KEMP CAKE CUTTER
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THE SMALL FRY set up
the hue and cry "when do
They are, Left to Right:
Craig Breighner, David
Edwards, Jimmie Kemp and
THE CHOW LINE
. . and what is
your wish folks?"
Mr, Dockey, Mr. Taylor and Miss
Baugher helping themselves.
THE MAIN EVENT
seven years of service.
The annual teachers' picnic was held to honor Mrs.
Altland who was retiring from teaching after thirty-
FROLICKING IN THE WARM GLOW OF THE
MEME TO Boosmz
Gerald Krebbs 130 Broadway Hanover P
and Mrs Karl S Hoffrneister New Oxford Pa
R1chard B Bortner 315 Car11s1e St Hanover P
John Menges, L1ncolnway East New Oxford Pa
K W Ehrhart L1ncolnway East New Oxford Pa
Dr G F Landls Optometrlst Hanover Pa
Grove s Men 8: Boy s Wear Hanover Pa
McCory s 50 104 and 254 Store, Hanover, Pa
Grove s Ta11or Shop 118 Broadway Hanover Pa
Bean1e s Shoe Store 118 Broadway, Hanover Pa
Naugle s Fru1t Market Lmcolnway East, New Oxford P
Kunkel s Apphances West Kmg St East Ber11n P
Schr1ver s Auto Sales Car11s1e St , Hanover Pa
Roth Bros Jewelers Hanover Pa
Kopman 727 Broadway Hanover Pa
Shearer s F1OF1St 121 Centenn1a1 Ave Hanover P
M111ard Klunk 120 East Hanover St Hanover Pa
Knaubs Pastry Shop 416 York St Hanover P
Chlldren s Shoes Factory to You Hanover P
Ant1ques On The Square New Oxford Pa
See the Stars under the stars
1n nature s own a1r cond1t1oned
OXFORD CONTAINER CO DRIVE IN THEATER
One M11e East of New Oxford
New Oxford Pennsy1van1a on Route 3G
The Trl County Fanuly Theater
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25 York Street Hanover
Telephone 7 1 16 5
Our a1m IS syrnbohzed by
the house 1n the center sup
ported by two hands whlch
means that the future homes
of Amer1ca are 1n the hands
of 1ts youth
ATHLETIC CLU B
New Oxford Pennsylvama
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MARTIE S BEAUTY SHOP
SpeC13.11Z1l'1g ln Halr Cuttmg
900 Elm Ave Hanover Pa
BENFORD S INC
Furmture of Qual1ty s1nce 1832
136 Carllsle St Hanover Pa
SHORTY S MOBIL SERVICE
Your Fr1endly MOb11gaS Dealer
211 Lmcolnway West
New Oxford Pa
Phone 4 702 1
TOPIC S FURNITURE
KESS BODY SHOP
Harry Kessel J 81
Ne1l Kessel Props
Body and Fender Repa1rs
Thlrd Street Hanover P
The Place to Stop 1n Hanove S
A 8: W DRIVE IN
991 Carllsle Street
Servmg a selectlon of
Sandw1ches and Dr1nks
Curb Servlce or Engoy our Pat1o
GREENHOLTZ S RESTAURANT
907 Elm Ave Hanover Pa
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Texaco B F Goodrlch Dealer
Phone 4 7261 New Oxford
On the Square New Oxford Pennsylvanla
Enjoy the Food at Our New Lounge
F1ne Foods and Drmks
Our Food IS Our Spec1alty
Phone 4 8781
snuuano SERVICE CENTER
R D Holtry and R L Huffman
Tlres Tubes Accessor1es Washmg Lubrlcatlon
434 Lmcoln Way West New Oxford P
ADAMS COUNTY FARM BUREAU CO OP ASSN
Feeds Seeds Fertlllzer Petroleum Products
Farm Freezers General Farm Supplles
Gettysburg P New Oxford P
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"Friendly Service from People You Know"
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MOBILE HOME SALES
York Sprmgs, P
112 Mile South on Route 15
C H REED
129 Broadway Hanover, Pa
Industrial Supplies and Equipment
Supplies and Equipment
Telephone 2 4261
Phone 4 6705
CHARLES E MILHIMES
Trucking, Saw Milling and Lumber
D New Oxford Pa
GUY HOLLINGER 8: BRO
207 Frederick Street
W C WENTZ
Hunting and Fishing Equipment
1X4 Mile South of Cross Keys
D New Oxford, P
Hunting 8: Fishing License
LOI LENE KIDDIE SHOP
Infant and Children s apparel
from Infant sizes to 6X
for Boys and Girls
120 Centennial Ave
Road and Excavating
1112 Baltimore St
Phone 7 1 178 Phone
SHEPHERD S WASHATERIA
Sanitary Family Style Laundry
Bendix Automatic Washers
216 Carlisle St Hanover P
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New Oxford H1gh School New Oxford Pennsylvanla
IVAN C NEWCCMER
Phone F1res1de 5 2211 72 S Mam St
P1ne Grove, Pa.
Spec1a11sts 1n Seasonable Items
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Cross Keys Restaurant
Servmg the Best of Food from
7 A M to M1dn1ght
Solf Ice Cream
East of Cross Keys
STRICKLER S HOBBY HOUSE
L1one1 A F and
HO Scale Trams
A1rp1anes Boats and Cars
512 Broadway Hanover Pa
KEHM S BARBER SHOP
Ha1r Sty11st for MEN
Monday thru Fr-1day
0 L1nden Ave York
York Street Hanover Pa
Naturahzers Joyce Capez1o
Arthur Murray, Trampeze,
MURRAY S GREENHOUSE
8: FLOWER SHOP
D Gettysburg, P
Phone 1 110
Mr and Mrs Frank Murray
INSURANC E AGENCY INC
Phone 22210 or 5210
555 Car11s1e St Hanover Pa
DTIVC up w1ndow
BANGE S SHOE STORE
18 York Street Hanover Pa
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COLONIAL SHOE HOUSE "When it's Flowers
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Always Ask for . . .
'Always Good Taste"
Phone 1 '75
'The Bank For The People"
and Savmgs Accounts
Member Federal Reserve
Member Federal Deposlt
Center Square Hanover Pa
D K HERSHEY
Sand Concrete Blocks
F111 Ground Top S011
Carlxsle St Extended
Rods and Tubes
Phone 4 7241
New Oxford Pa
I ' I Schools ---- Industry
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BECKER S GARAGE
General Auto Repa1r1ng
lOne Stop SGFVICC,
864 Broadway Hanover Pa
Phone 2 2152
B C SCHUCHART, INC
Elm Ave Hanover
Day Phone 8212
N1ght 24106 21254
Mob11 Products D1str1butor
Heatlng 8: Plumbmg SEPVICB
Qua11ty by Socony
Servlce by Schuchart
ELMER E WENTZ SONS
Square and Ba1t1more Streets
THELMAS CANDY SHOP
STAUB S DRUG STORE
The Prescr1pt1on Store
HOT POINT MAYTAG
NACE S APPLIANCE
Sales and Servlce
Phone 5203 Hanover Pa
Necch1 Elna Sew1ng Machmes
Comphments of the
New Oxford Penna
SWAM ELECTRIC CO INC
111 York St Hanover P
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Royale Ice Cream
Cater to School Cafeter1as
and Soc1a1 Affa1rs
Call Hanover 5163
209 H1gh St Hanover Pa
FR D F FE ER
302 Lmcoln Way West
New Oxford Pa
WILLIAM D STOCK
Masonry of All K1nds
118 Berl1n Road
New Oxford Penna
ROY M WILLIAMS
Phone York Sprmgs 88R5
For Free Est1mates
Call Mr Roy M WlL1lamS
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OLD QUAKER PRETZEL
L1ncoln Way East
New Oxford, P
Fred G Klunk, Prop
LINCOLN MANOR MOTEL
New Oxford, Pa
70 d1fferent types
to choose from
Sp11t Level Homes
Two story Homes
Also to your plans
Glenn E Slmpson
Route 4 Gettysburg P
Dan1el L Ba1r
Melvm M Ba1r, Mgr
HANOVER JUNK COMPANY
Secondary and Usable
T J Shepherd
261 Prmcess St
Hanover 2 0193
Awmngs Doors W1ndows
BAUMGARDNER S JEWELRY
Keepsake D1amond R1ngs
E SSO STAT ION
Phone 3 1278
Leo J Markle
Ceram1c Plast1c Quarry
Cork Rubber Asphalt T1le
Phone 4149 128 Baltlmore St , Hanover Pa
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E G LEMMON
Prop Whlte Horse R1d1ng Stables
R D 2 East Berlln Pa
Telephone New Oxford 4 4838
C ornphments of
HANOVER BUILDING SUPPLY
Locat1on Bethlehem Quarry
KESS AUTO SALES
The B1ggest L1ttle Used Car Dealer ln Amer1ca
We Fmance on Easy Bank Terms
A Wayne Kessel Owner
See Kess and Buy the Best for Less
950 Carl1sle St Hanover P
REA and DERICK INC
Clearvlew Shoppmg Center
1000 Carl1sle Street Hanover Pa
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DRYV IN RESTAURANT
MINIATURE GOLF COURSE
356 Th1rd St Hanover Pa
CLEANERS 8: DYERS
Ta11ors Dyers Fur Storage
505 Ba1t1more St
G D GEISELMAN
P1oneer Seed Corn
There s no crop 11ke corn
No corn 11ke P1oneer
Phone 2 8576
HOFFHEIN S BROS
639 Frederlck St
THE PINK POODLE DRIVE IN
Prompt and courteous serv1ce
Curb and counter
Corner of Oxford Road
8: Maln Street
SULLIVAN S GROCERY
Everythmg from soup to nuts
Corner Hlgh 8: Th1rd Streets
Phone 2 1230
ADAMS AGSTONE INC
Hanover R D 5 Pa
AL S BARBER SHOP
No one can olease everybody
but we try
104 Ba1t1rnore St Hanover Pa
Prop A R Mehrmg
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Hotels Restaurants Inst1tut1ons Bakemes
21 23 West Ph11ade1ph1a Street
GRCDVE and SECHRI T
Sportmg Goods Spec1a11sts
Phone 77 North Mam St
Red Llon 369 5 Red L1on Penna
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B LOUGH MANUFAC T URING
Good Wishes From
BAR 30 RANCH
R D 1 New Oxford, P
W R BURNS 8: SON
240 Thlrd Street
GEO W LILLICH 8: SON
Feed Gram Fert111zer Cement
East Berlm 28 R 3
New Oxford 4 2171
York Sprmgs 3 R 1
One M11e North of Hampton
on Route 94
Wolf s Head O11
Phone New Oxford 4 4831
C S Gunnett, Owner
28 Freder1ck St Hanover, Pa
O BRIEN DAIRY
Chocolate M11k Cream
Phone 4 4156 New Oxford P
CROSS KEYS FURNITURE
CROSS KEYS CARPET CO
H1gh Quahty Furn1ture and
Carpets at Low Prlces
of cc ' n
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ROBERT L. DONOHUE
for all occaslons
Keep Sake Dxamonds
Harrulton and Elgm
Phone 4 89 81
14 Center Square
New Oxford Pa
SCHMUCK COMPANY NUNDA FRUIT FARM
The Home of Fme Frult
Lumber An Apple a Day IS
Rallroad Street Hanover Pa
E stabllshed 1852
Health s Best Way
Stuart A Lucabaugh Prop
Hanover R 5
Telephone 2 8532
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WOLF S FURNITURE STORE
L1ttle overhead means better
prlces always on complete
Two Taverns Llttlestown P
SANDER S RESTAURANT
Servmg the fmest 1n home cooked
meals every day except Monday
East of Hunterstown
R D 4 Gettysburg, P
Route 94 3 m11es
North of Cross Keys
Phone New Oxford 44507
JOLLY DIP DRIVE IN
Frozen Custard G Subs
Country Ham Milkshakes
For the best 1n records
Bach to Bop stop at
DICKS RECORD SHOP
41 Frederlck St
Phone 2 9102
SMYSERS CARD SHOP
Greet1ng Cards for all Occas1ons
114 Broadway Hanover Pa
JACKS SUB BAR
103 E Walnut St
Phone 7 1018
Submar1nes P1zza Ital1an Steaks
Center Square, New Oxford
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Phone 4 8331 New Oxford Pa
Laundry Cleamng Storage
110 H1gh Street D1a1 Hanover 3747
SHEETS TRUCK CENTER
Motor Trucks Farm Equlpment Refr1gerat1on
Sales 8: Serv1ce
D1a1 26232 or 25251 Phone 16R 11
BOND SANHARY PRODUCTS CO
D1str1ct Manager S C Hoy
Hanover, Pa. Stewartstown, Pa.
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New Oxford, Pa.
GRAIN 8: FEED STORE
Dairy and Poultry Feeds
Phone E. B. 2246
219 Ba1t1more St
Hanover s Most Modern
Furnlture 8: Apphance
VIC TORY RE STAURANT
918 Car11s1e St
Your Cred1t IS Good
COLUMBIA JEWELRY CO
Center Square 8: Broadway
H O Callohan Prop
Weldmg and General Repa1rs
GLENN L BREAM
Cad111ac G M C Trucks
16 Ba1t1more Street
100 Buford Avenue Hanover Pa
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BORDER S GARAGE
Cad111ac 8: Oldsmoblle
Sales 8: SSFVICG
425 East M1dd1e Street
STARNERS GRAIN and FEED
Phone New Oxford 4 4832
Phone Resldent 4 8715
Custom Grmdlng and M1X1Hg
PENN MAR SUPPLY
1100 Car11s1e Street Hanover Pa
Hanover s Most and Complete Shoppmg Stop
Almost Everythlng for the House Ins1de and Out
FARMERS and MERCHANTS BANK
"Full - O - Pep" - "Star Brand" Feeds
New Oxford, Pennsylvania
FARMER'S STATE BANK
RIDDLE S APPLIANCE
134 Balt1more St
G E Dealer
Phone 242 7 8
TOOTS SERVICE STATION
FEED 8: GRAIN CO
Gram, Feed Fert1l1zer
Cement Pa1nt and Lumber
Phone 2672 East Berlm P
On the Square Hanover Pa
Use Our Cred1t
Open an Account
CRE MER FLORIST INC
Frank R We11he1m Pres
Flowers for Graclous
L1v1ng 8: G1v1ng
We Telegraph Flowers Anywhere
Phone 3791 3792 3793
PROWELL S MILLINE RY
Hats 81 Handbags
51 Frederlck Street
Phone 6115 Hanover, Pa
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SH EPPARD DIESELS
D H SHARRER and ON
Flour Gra1n Feed, Fert1l1zer Cement Bottled Gas
Hampton P Phone 4 6872
N Chester Pa Phone 4 6631
L1tt1estown Pa Phone
Gramte Pa Phone Gettysburg 530Y
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Red Rose - Guaranteed Feeds
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L EICHOLTZ CO
Phone 4 7131
New Oxford Pennsylvania
CLAIR W ROHRBAUGH
Phone 4 7712 New Oxford Pa
SMITHS BARBER SHOP
New Oxford Pennsylvania
Have your ha1r cut
with or without appointments
LLOYD S OF HANOVER
Men s Women s and
Chlldren s Wear
Carlisle St Hanover Pa
Sam M Kramer, Proprietor
JAMES L MYERS
Hardware Paints Glass
Phone 4 6211
New Oxford Pennsylvania
W L STERNER
516 18 Freder1ck Street
John Deere Farm Equipment
Hardware Farm Supplies
One Stop Shopping
Purchase your supplies, feed,
fertllizer, spray materials,
motor oil, field and vegetable
seed, palnt, roofing mater1a1s
FARMERS' EXCHANGE, INC.
201 Park Ave. Hanover, Pa.
4'New Apple Butter
BRINTON FRUIT FARM
Hanover Abbottstown Highway
Phone Hanover 2 8531
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Typewrlters Addlng Machmes
Offlce E qu1pment
For the Best in Sales and Serv1ce
Ca 1 4 6281
Llncoln Way East QExtended7 New Oxford Pa
There 1S no Substltute for Qua11ty
S L E IG H T E R S
L1nco1n Way West New Oxford Pa
Phone 4 6231
E C LIVINGSTON NC
DAVES PHCDTO SUPPLY
The Complete Camera Servlce
52 Chambersburg Street Gettysburg, Pennsy1van1a
Furniture - Floor Covering
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HENRY E. LANDIS
Phone - East Berlin 2094
Life Insurance Sickness and
Accident Protection Annuities,
Group Insurance Group Pensions
GEORGE H ALLAMONG
Residence 100 Lincoln Way West
The Prudential Ins Co
Outfitters for Men and Boys
32 34 Carlisle St
KLUNK S HARDWARE
Paint Hardware Houseware Etc
539 Main Street
Phone Hanover 5400
MYERS DRUG STORE
on the square
NELL S MEATS
Rear 9 High Street
New Oxford Pa
Phone 4 8946
MASEMER S CUSTOM FLOORS
Formica Sink Tops
Plastic Wall Tile
Linoleum and Floor Tile
515 Baltimore Street
Phone 3 3262 Hanover Pa
B 8: S DEPARTMENT STORE
The Store that Has
On the Square New Oxford Pa
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KUHN CONVALESCENT HOME
L1nco1n Way West
New Oxford P
Phone 4 4561
Prxvate Serm Prwate Ward
Mrs J S Kuhn
FURNITURE 8: APPLIANCE
Your Authorlzed Fr1g1da1re
Adm1ra1 and Ph11co Dealer
RD 2 York Sprmgs Penna
CROSS KEYS SERVICE
New Oxford Pa
Phone 4 7101
Moore Bros Props
Your Favor1te Furmture Store
28 Baltlmore St Hanover Pa
THE NEW OXFORD ITEM CO
Prmters and Pubhshers
of F1nest Qua11ty
NEW OXFORD ITEM
New Oxford Pa
Phone 2 9153
- - I L. G. MUMMERT
Your store of exclus1ve
R J Broadway
RE VONAH HO ME SUPPLY
27 York Street
Phone 4566 Hanover P
NOELS MEAT MARKET
Regma Noel Prop
Carllsle Street New Oxford P
SAMUEL SHIRK 8: SONS
Pamts Sportmg Goods
40 Broadway Hanover P
Flowers are Fashlonable Always
637 Broadway Hanover Pa
Phone 3 5277
We Telegraph Flowers
ATLANTIC SERVICE STATION
Lmcoln Way East
G1z Kalser Prop
When 1n Hanover shop at
33 Balt1more Street
The Home of Famous Labels
An Excluslve Selectlorx of
Makes Your Shoppmg
a Pleasure at the
NEW OXFORD GIFT SHOP
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MENCHEY MUSIC SERVICE
430 Car11s1e Street
Da11y Servlce 1n Mus1c repalrs and
adgustments to your mstruments
Menchey Means Muslc
Makers of the Standard Class Rlng
U I0 EMBLEM COMPAN
H1gh School and Fraternlty Jewelry
Felt Goods and Commencement Stat1onery
P H Nlssley Manager
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ANTHONY S SHOE STORE
Red Cross Slmplex F1ex1es
Shoes for Chlldren
18 Baltunore Street
Queen Qual1ty Cobblers
E A SMITH
Mmerals Llvecell Yeast Culture
V1t B 12 Complex
for all L1vestock
Sm1th s Pa1nts and O1ls
Hanover R D 4 P
Phone 5 0832
Oldest Rad1o 8: Electr1c Store
V Photo Electr1c Suppl1es
120 Chestnut St Hanover Pa
37 Ba1t1more St
Phone 12 5
Plumb mg Heatmg
FEESER S TAVERN
Hanover R D 5
CRABBS TROPICAL TREAT
DUNCAN S PHARMACY
Let us plan your senlor tr1p
CONTRACT 8: CHARTERED BUS
Phone 4 6745 New Oxford, Pa.
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Da11y Short Orders 8: Sunday Spec1a1t1es
D E WINEBRENNER CO NC
JO N S TEETER and SON NC
Phone 696 Gettysburg Pennsylvama
CROSS KEYS DINER
Cross Keys New Oxford Pa
Good Food Servlce Cleanhness Courtesy
Under Same management smce 1937
Mr and Mrs JohnE George
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Serv1ng You Smce 22
AUTO PARTS COMPANY
Jobbers and D1StF1bUtOFS
Phones 1200 1201 1202
535 York St Gettysburg Pa
BOLLINGER SHOE STORE
New Oxford Pa
JOHN H HAAR
Bu11der and General Contractor
Phone 4 7741
D New Oxford
LINCOLN LOGS HOTEL
The Show Place of Pa
P1zza P1e Ch1cken 1n the Basket
Rooms Food Drmks
D1n1ng Room Open 5 2 a rn Da11y
Four M11es East of Gettysburg on
Route 30 Phone 716W
HORSE N BUGGY MUSEUM
U S Route 15 North
World s Largest Co11ect1on of
Horse Drawn Veh1C18S
Ch11dren Under 12 Free
Brmg Your Camera
1 114 M11es West of
New Oxford Pa
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State and 1nterstate charter service
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LINCQL BUS LINES
215 Poplar Street Hanover Pennsylvania
Phone 9133 or 4500
Tours Anywhere in the United States or Canada
NEW OXFCRD ALUMINUM COMPANY
Manufacturers of Fine Aluminum Brass
and Bronze Casting
FOREST PARK SKATING RINK
Skating - Wed. 8: Sun. - 8 to 11 P. M.
Sun. Aft. 2 to 5 P. M.
Hold Your Skating Parties here
A. Karst, Prop. Phone 3-5286 J
PENN WOOD HEEL CO
East Berlln Pa
Henry J Stock
Berl1n Road New Oxford Pa
Mutual Insurance Co
Mutual F1re Insurance Co
L1fe Insurance Co
Home 0ff1CE Columbus Oh1o
Manufacturer and Dlstrlbutor
of Concrete Lawn Ornaments
Play Yard Equ1pment
R D l Abbottstown Pa
Phone East Berl1n 2214
BUPP S DAIRY INC
York and Adams Count1es
Most Honored M1lk
877 York St Hanover
Save money on all s1zes 81 makes
MOBILE HO MES SALES
Clalr Trlsh Mgr
On H1ghWay 30
Phone East Berlm 2096
ROY B BOYER
East Berlm P
BETTY'S BEAUTY SHOP
El1zabeth Hollmger, Owner
FLOUR 8: FEED MILLS, INC.
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L D SLOTHOUR
Plumbmg and Heatmg
Roofmg and Spoutmg
Phone 2517 East Berlm P
Chrysler 8: Plymouth
Phone 2771 East Berlln P
In East Berlln It s
LAUS CUT RATE
For all your Shopplng Needs
HOME SERVICE 8: SUPPLY
Adnural 8: Zen1th T V
NELL S FOOD MARKET
Home Dressed Meats
East Berlm P
SMITH S CLEANERS
East Berlm Pa
L1nt free clmg free cleanmg
All Work Done ln our own Plant
Plck up and De11Very
SMITH S AUTO SALES
New Oxford P
8: REAL ESTATE SERVICE
Nothmg too blg or too small
for us to INSURE or SELL
East Ber11n Pa Phone 2336
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New Oxford P
Brickmakers Since 185 1
WENTZ OIL SERVICE, INC
Heatmg Plumblng Electr1cal
Gulf Solar Heat
Balt1more St Hanover Pa
205 S George St York Pa
Member Amer1carr ASSOC1at10U
of Commerc1a1 Colleges and
Nat1onal Federat1on of Pr1vate
Phone 4 7723
RICHARD L CRABBS
Lune Crushed Stone
D New Oxford
BECKYS BEAUTY SHOPPE
Rebecca R1fe Proprletor
6 Hanover Street New Oxford
Telephone 4 4551
Spec1al1z1ng 1n Breck and
Helene Curt1s Permanents
THE COFFMAN FISHER CO
L1nco1n Square Gettysburg Pa
DONALD B SIVIITH
Phone 22100 Hanover P
MC DERMITT BROS
Ready M1xed Concrete
Concrete Dra1n P1pe
General Concrete Work
Plant and Off1ce
Phone 1043 or 836
Box 231 Gettysburg Pa
MELVIN J SHEFFER INC
Hanover Pa L1ttlestown
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Fresh Fruit and Vegetables
R M SIPE GRCJCERY
Free Delivery Phone 4 8161
Center Square New Oxford Pa
Phone Hanover 71263
Authorized Frigidaire Dealer
577 Broadway Hanover P
New Oxford Representative
Phone 4 8881 and 4 6931
Heating - Electrical Contracting - Plumbing
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The Horne of Good Clothes
HARRIS 8: STIPE
Phone 4 8961
New Oxford Pa
G1ve G1ftS That Last
MARK E TRONE
44 Baltunore Street
For a Real Treat
Phone 3 848
OLD MILL INN
Frled Spr1ng Chlcken
Also Noon Day Speclals
New Oxford P
W E SELL
210 W Chestnut St
CHEVROLET SALES INC
OK Used Cars OK Used Trucks
Genu1ne Parts and Accessorles
105 Lmcoln Way East
New Oxford Pa
Phone 4 4291
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York and Adams Count1es
Telephone 4 4311 New Oxford P
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