North York High School - Panther Yearbook (North York, PA)
- Class of 1933
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lN the years to come
As we travel the road of destiny
May this little boolc transport us
Baclc again to our golden school days.
Enlolded in its pages
Are our worlcs, our hopes, our dreams,
Faces vve'll treasure alvvay.
Forever, may we, vvith the same youthful ardor
Think lofty thoughts, do noble deeds, and try harder
To travel higher and higher.
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MR. ELWOOD J. MCGUIGAN,
because he entered upon his teaching career when we entered our high school lifeg be-
cause of his outstanding success in his own sphere of actiong because of his talented coach'
ing which has been the greatest factor in making our class play a successg because of his
interests in all of our encleavorsg and ultimately because we love, esteem and 'respect him
as an instructor and a gentleman whom we shall never forget.
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ELIZABETH HERSHEY, '33
PRESTON BOTTERBUSCH, '33
CARL CASSEL,, '33
KATHRYN EYLER, '33
EDITH KAUFFMAN, '33
KENNETH ZIEGLER, '33
VIRGINIA SHERMAN, '33
MARY KUNKEL, '33
Associafe Business Managers
MARY GENTZLER, '33
RETA G-INGERICH, '33
CATHARINE GRAY, '33
MILDRED HOUCK, '33
CHARLOTTE TYSON, '33
CARL CASSEL. '33
AMELIA HERSHEY, '34 HELEN KOCHENOUR, '35
MAE SENFT, '34 SYBILLA SOLLENBERGER, '35
ANNA SHELLY, '34 DOROTHY ENSMINGER 36
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professor lrvin R. Snyder, M, A,
Supervising Principal of The Norlh York Public Schools. received
his college educaiion ai Geilysburg College and his
lvl. A. degree al lhe same insliiulion.
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Professor Willis E. Ramsay, M, A,
Principal of 'rhe High School, insirucior in Laiin, English, French.
advisor of lhe "School News" and facul+y
advisor of 'rhe "Sparkler."
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Miss Beryl Ruby, B. S. A
Graduale of Millersville Slale Normal School, class
of l923. Received B. S. degree al Gelfyslourg Col-
lege. Teaching Experience: Hallam Schools, Hallam,
Pa., Clinlon High School, Clinlon, New Jersey. ln-
slruclor in Malhemalics and Hislory.
Mr. Elwood l. McGuigan, A. B.
Graduale of Albrighl College, class of l929. Al'-
lending Gellysburg College for M. A. degree. ln-
slruclor in English: direclor of plays and direclor ol
speaking roles in lhe operellas.
Miss Kathryn L. Morning, A. B.
Graduale of Susquehanna Universily, class of l929.
lnslruclor in music: direclor ol lhe operellas: leader
of The Glee Clubs.
Mr. Henry A. Mitchell, B. S.
Graduale of Franklin and Marshall College, class of
l924. Teaching experience: Mounl Joy High School,
Mounl Joy, Pa. lnslruclor in General Science, Bi-
ology, Physics, and Chemislry.
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Miss Alverta Lecrone, B. S.
Graduafe of Elizabefhfown College, class of l93O.
lnsfrucfor in Typewrifing, Sfenography, Office Prac-
iice and Junior Business Training.
Miss Laura Burket, B. S.
Graduafe of Millersville Sfafe Normal School, class
of l932. Teaching experience: Vanclenclale High
School, Vandendale, Pa. lnsfrucfor in Problems of
Democracy, Hisfory, and English: Advisor of Girls' 'Re-
Mr. Charles C. Leber, A. B.
Gracluafe of Lebanon Valley College, class of I924,
and affenclecl Springfield College. I925-26. Teaching
experience: Mechanicsburg High School, Mechanics-
burg, Pa., Polyfechnic lnsfifufe, Philadelphia, Pa. ln-
sfrucfor of General Science, Healfh and Hisfory af
Norfh York High School: also coach of boys' ancl girls'
volley ball feams, fraclc feam ancl girls' and freshman
Mr. Ray E. Heilman, A. B.
Gracluafe of Grove Cif Colle e class of l932.
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Bookkeeping, Secrefarial Training, Commercial Geog-
raphy: also coach of varsify baslcefball feam, and base-
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QlllHllE SlDAll2lKlLllEll2 IIQ53 Daisie Marie Arnold
November 22, l9I5
Aclivilies-Glee Club: 3, 4: Oper-
elfa: 3, 4: Baskelball: 4: Volley-
AISIE is one of lhe highly envied
girls who has won her silver bas-
kelball lhis year. Daisie has par-
'ricipaled in many sporls since her 'rwo
years wilh us, and Norlh York is indeed
lorlunaie in having such an alhlele
wilhin ils school.
"Dizzie" has lwo diflicullies in life
and shorlhand is bolh of lhem. How-
ever, she is gelling along very nicely
and should be a greal help as a
slenographer io a ihriving business
man. Go 'ro il' Daisie and if you are
unsuccessful il won'+ be because The
class of '33 is noi back of you and
roofing for you.
Treva Romaine Bear
June 8, l9l5
Aclivifies-Glee Club: 3: Baskelball:
2, 4: Volleyball: l, 2, 3. 4: Girl
Reserve: I: Sec. of Alhlelic Asso-
cialion: 4, 5: Baseball: l, 2, 3.
REVA is a baskelball slar. When
"Jakie" guards her opponenl no
score can be made for 'rhe olher
parly. We all know Thai if Treva works
afler she leaves school like she works
on 'rhe 'ream she will be a winner.
Treva 'rraveled many miles back and
lorlh lo school. Bul dislance doesn'+
seem 'ro make any difference lo her
because she never complains aboul il.
"Peaches's" lavorile enioymenl is
dancing. Perhaps Treva likes dancing
because il' helps her keep her grace
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Claude LaVerne Billet
Sepfember 20, l9l5
-'ru Poke Your'
Acfivifies-Baseball: 3, 4.
LAUDE is an ouf-of-fown sfudenf.
Rain or shine, Claude walks fo
and from school. We all know
he will never regref fhe many sfeps he
has faken fo come fo Norfh York High.
Claude is one of fhe few boys in
fhe fypewrifing and shorfhand classes.
We cannof undersfand how he can
concenfrafe in his commercial classes
wifh all fhe girls around him. Buf 'l'he
girls don'f keep him from doing his
Claude wishes 'ro be an elecfrical
engineer. Alfhough fhis will mean lofs
of hard work. he is defermined 'ro
reach his goal.
Preston Daniel Botterbusch
July l2, I9l5
"WHAT no You cms?-'
Acfivifies-Glee Club: 4: Opereffa:
2, 3, 4: Class Play: 4: "School
News": 2: "Sparkler": 4.
ll OO-l'S" has made himself famous
fhis lasf year by being The sole
originafor of a very exclusive
club, commonly known fo Norfh York-
ers as fhe Chang-Gow Club.
Anofher reason "Boofs" is famous is
because of his fidelify fo a cerfain sen-
ior girl fhroughouf pracfically his en-
'rire high school days. Sounds as good
as a fairy sfory: doesn'f if, buf iusf The
same i'r's frue.
Lasf buf nof leasf, "Boofs" is famous
because he never refuses fo fake any-
body any place fhey wanf fo go. For
fhis reason he was a greaf help fo The
baskefball and baseball players.
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Tllllll-E SlDAll2lKlLll-ElQ,1 IIQ33 Emma Evelyn Brandt
June lb, I9l5
Aclivilies-Librarian: 4: Volleyball: 4,
HE class of '33 is indeed very for-
lunale in having a clown in lheir
midsl. This clown is Evelyn. She
en+er+ains 'rhe Jruilion pupils each noon
hour wilh her comical anlics. She also
keeps lvlr. lvlcGuigan in suspense by
"cracking" her jokes in an underlone
iusl audible 'ro +he pupils.
Allhough "Eve" has only been wilh
us for 'rwo years, everybody has learned
+0 like her. l'ler cheery disposilion has
played a large parl in allracling peo-
ple l'O her.
This disposiiion will also be of use lo
her in her fulure work. When she be-
comes a secrelary il may enable her
'ro a'r+rac+ much business for her em-
Edward Carl Cassel
July 17, l9I5
"Dio You Ti-iouei-i?"
Aciivilies-Class Vice-presideni: 2, 41
Pholographer and Assislani Edifor
for "Sparkler": 4,
EHOLD our ideal business man!
This characlerislilc of Carl's has
been very useful +o him as well as
+o 'rhe "Sparkler" s+afl.
A very famous spol in York is Carl's
News Sland, where many seniors can
usually be seen blocking 'rhe sidewalk,
engaged in lively conversaiion wilh lhe
proprielor, Mr. Cassel, because he
sells candy. He always has candy wilh
him, bu+ nol' for a very long lime. Oh,
no! "Cass" can nor refuse any girl
who is in hunger.
The class of '33 ioins in one greal
big wish for The besl success possible
which is due lo such a sludious and
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iriiig simieiiiiiieia ieaa Eugene Ralph Dahr
July 2, ms
"FOOl.ED YOU THAT TlME"
Aclivilies-Orchesiraz 3. 4.
UGENE is probably 'rhe mos+ 'rimid
boy in his class. Neverlheless his
limidness has noi prevenied him
from showing +he Jreachers 'rhai he has
his lessons prepared. Eugene is par-
licularly inreresled in subiecfs relafing
+o lvlaih or Science.
Dahr is also one of 'rhe senior class's
Sanla Clauses, because he usually has
candy for The girls and chewing gum
for 'rhe boys.
Allhough Eugene has been an our-
ol-'rown sludenl he has had a very
good aliendance record. lf he is as
conslanl in his worlc affer leaving
school as he has been in school no+hing
can prevenl him from prospering.
Bruce Evert Dale
January 24, l9I6
Acfivifies-Secreiary of Aliendance:
4: Assisfanl' Secreiary of Alfend-
RUCE is 'rhe bashful boy of our
class. Bur 'rhis bashfulness seems
'ro vanish when he is in 'rhe pres-
ence of a cer'rain junior girl. He seems
'ro gel a lo+ of enioyrnen+ our of driv-
ing a friend's auiomobile. Of course
he needs some means of geH'ing 'rc
school every day from Emigsville:
and, lhen, again he can 'ralce "l'ler"
for drives ou'r info lhe wide open
Bruce has a very good allendance
record. Perhaps +his accounls for his
seleciion as secrerary of allendance.
The class of '33 wishes him as good a
record in his fu+ure work as he has
made al school.
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llllilll-E SlDAlQlKlLllElQ IIQ33 Gladys Gertrude Dherit
may 6, was
-'WHAT one You sAY?'-
Aclivilies-Glee Club: 3, 4: Oper'
ella: 3: Librarian: 3, 4: Girl Re-
serve: I, 2, 3, 4: Baseball: lg Vol-
leyball: 3, 4.
LADYS surely could nol have
been lhe inspiralion for l'he per-
son who said: "S+iIl walers run
deep." Consequenlly she has noi liepl
herself from Jrhe resl of +he angry mob
and has cerlainly made a lasling im-
pression upon many ol us.
"All blonds are fickle," 'rhey say!
Learn, qenlle reader, +ha+ +he people
who hold lhese views aboul Gladys
are greally mislalcen. Allhough Gladys
knows all 'rhe arls of llirlalion we musl
admil she never displays her abililies.
"Tiny" has 'raken +he commercial
course. She surely can lypewrile, par-
licularly, if she has some chewing gum
+o chew in order lo oblain rhylhm in
joe Kenneth Doll
March l9, l9l6
-'cons on, Now!"
Acfivilios-Opereflaz 2, 3: Class
Play: 3: "School News": l, 2: Bas-
kelballz I, 2, 3, 45 Baseball: 2, 3,43
Soccer: 2. 3.
OE has developed info one of 'lhe
oulslanding leaders of our.class.
l-le con+ains more pep and nerve
Jrhan lwo men his size oughl 'ro have.
No+wi+hs+ancling his small sfalure he
has made +he varsily baslcelloall +eam.
l-le will ever be remembered as 'l'he
agile defender for dear old N. Y. l'l. S.
Joe can also be an aclor if he
chooses. l-le played The role of an
English bu'l'ler in 'rhe iunior play and
porlrayecl il very well. l-le was a buf-
ler lhal' was a loullerl
Many girls lhinlc 'rhal Joe is +he lasl
minuie in sporls.
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irii1E s1DAiQz1xl1E ia ioaa Kathryn Elizabeth Eyler
June 26, 1915
"its ALL THE SAME DIFFERENCE"
Activities-Glee Club: 3, 4: Oper-
etta: 4: Girl Reserve: l: "School
News": I: "Sparkler": 4: Baseball:
lg Basketball: l, 41 Track: 4: Vol-
leyball: I, 4.
ATHRYN is among the diligent
girls in the senior class. Much ot
her time is spent in study and her
good marks are her compensation.
Kathryn studies typing and though
she is slow, she is sure. She never dis-
plays excessive energy but nevertheless
she is systematic in everything.
Although this is the tirst time Kath-
ryn has done any "Sparkler" writing
she has done very commendable work.
"Kas" is one ot the tew that shows
little interest in the opposite sex. She
wishes to be a stenographer and, be-
ing greatly interested in stenographic
work, the entire class recommends her.
Dorothy Carolyn Carnber
April 19, I9I6
"on, K1Ds,1 HAD A SWELL TIME"
Activities-Glee Club: 3, 47 Oper-
etta: 2, 3: Class Play: 31 "School
News": I,2,3g Librarian: 3,4-1 Bas-
ketball: l,2,4g Baseball: I: Volley-
ball: I, 41 l-lonor Student.
AKE way tor "DOH" "Dot"
does everything in a rush and
consequently does things and
goes places. She never lets anything
intertere with her school work, except
probably when she has a chance to
spend some time with triends trom the
thriving metropolis ot Lancaster. Lately
one particular Lancaster triend has re-
ceived etxra attention trom "Dot." It
seems as though "Dot," care-tree as
she seems to be, will tall in love some
Dorothy expects to go to Dickinson
College next year and later to study
the high and lotty study ot medicine.
Since "Dot" is no "cream putt" she
should be able to stand this strenuous
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Augusl 3l, l9l3 July 8, l9l5
"YOU'RE TELLIN' ME" "YOU'RE TELLING ME"
Aclivilies-Glee Club: 4 Librarian: Aclivifies-Glee Club: 3, 4: Oper-
3, 4: Baskelball: I, 2, 4: Baseball: ella: 2, 3.4: Class Play: 3: "School
l. 21 Soccer: 2: Presidenl of News": I, 2: "Sparkler": 4: Girl
Alhlelic Associalion: 4. Reserve: l, 4: Volley Ball: 3, 4:
ll COTTY" is 'rhe lasl flash of Norlh
York High School in arhlelics.
l-le has always played wi+h cool-
courage and wi'rh obedience ro
All alhleles should go lo bed early.
Bul "Scol'+y" always falls asleep in
Room 5. "ScoHy" iusr musl gel his
sleep lo mainlain his slrenglh lor 'l'he
games. Bul. perhaps in This case he
falls asleep loo soon. However, when
if comes To Jrrig "Scol"ry" is wide awake
and really shows +ha+ he can do school
work as well as work on Jrhe alhlelic
floor or field.
Joe wan+s +o become a physical ed
leacher. Such a posil'ion seems lo lil
him: doesn'+ il?
Honor Sfudenl: Commencemenl
ll ENTZH is l'he Tiny girl ol our
class. Bul' Mary's work cannol
be judged by her size. She is
one ol Jrhe mosl' induslrious members
of fhe class. "Good 'rhings come in
small packages"-'rhese words can be
applied 'ro Mary and her achievemenls.
"Germ" is always busy lalking.
When you hear 'rhe sound of chahler,
challer, challer you can be sure
"Shorly" is near.
Mary hopes +o some day become
somebody's "s+enog." l-lurry up, busi-
ness men: beller make your bids now
before Mary signs a conlracl,
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Reta Romaine Cingerich Catharine Elizabeth Cray
April IO, l9l5
"l DON'T KNOW"
Acfivifies-Glee Club: 3, 4: Oper-
effa: 2, 3, 4: Class Play: 4: Class
Play: 4: Class Secrefary: 2, 3, 4:
"Sparkler": 4: Volleyball: I, 2:
'Baskefballz l, 2.
ll O BE or nof fo be"-fhaf was
fhe way l-lamlef looked af life
buf Refa will forever say, l don'+
Yes, if's frue Refa always an-
swers fhe same way. Buf confrary fo
fhis nonchalanf manner, Refa is very
conscienfious and succeeds in whaf-
ever she affempfs.
Refa has changed since fhe day she
enfered high school. She used fo be.
gay and giddy like fhe resf of fhe girls
buf she became very seffled and lady-
like. Mosf of fhe credif for fhis
change is due fo one parficular person
who has come info her life during fhe
lasf fwo years.
Well, "Wee-Wee," here's hopin'
fhaf when some day a very imporfanf
quesfion may be yours fo answer fhaf
iusf for a change you will say some-
fhing differenf fhan: l don'f know.
February 23, l9l5
Acfivifies-Glee Club: 3, 4: Oper-
effa: 2, 3, 4: Class Play: 3, 4:
"School News": I, 2, 45 "Spark-
ler": 45 Secrefary fo Principal:
3, 4: Girl Reserve: 3: Volley Ball:
l, 4: Debafing: lg Commencemenf
Speaker: Honor Sfudenf.
ATI-IARINE is one of our jolly
girls. "Cass" is seldom serious.
Oh, of course, fhere are fimes
buf fhose fimes are only when she is
reading fhe "Geffysburgian" or more
offen when she is iusf dreaming abouf
a friend who is enrolled af fhe school
from which fhe paper has come.
"Ken',' has been acfive in dramafics
as her above sfafisfics show.
This young lady wishes lo be a pri-
vafe secrefary. l-ler fraining in fhe
office should be a greaf aid fo her
since she has been such a compefenf
office secrefary for fwo years.
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March 29' 1916 January 3I, I9I5
MOH SUGARSI.. "THAT'S THE SPIRlTl"
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Club 4: Honor Siudenf. -I ' l "
STHER, a charming lass of 'lhe
senior class. usually carries her
smile wi+h her. Esfher, wi+h her
apparenlly indiiferenl a+'ri+ude Jroward
lhe opposile sex, has deceived many.
Bur "Earl" is noi dilferenl from 'rhe
maioriry. She has ahlracied one for-
Jrunafe male in parlicular and he
proves a greal' inspiralion for her.
This liille blond is very inielligenl
and consequenlly raies very high schol-
Es+her wishes 'lo be a nurse. We are
sure she will malce an excellenl one
wi+h such a charming disposiiion and
such a smile. And +hen again, 'rhere
is and always will be Earl, who will
prove a perpeiual source of inspiraiion
when Eslher is Jrempied 'ro feel blue.
School News : I, 2, 3, 4: Edifor-
in-Chief "Sparlcler": "Sparlcler": 35
Debaiing: lg Girl Reserve: I, 2, 3,
41 Class Day Program Commifleei
Commencemenl Speaker: Honor
ll ETTYH is anoiher of our senior
class bruneiles. Bur we will re-
member lhis brune+'re as one in
"Belz" is given 'rhe credil for being
The edilor of our year boolc. She has
also done good work on 'rhe "School
News." Belly is an ardenl' reader oi
+he "GeHyslourgian." She reads each
publicaiion and seems very much in-
'reresied in 'rhe college.
Belfy wishes 'ro become a dramalic
leacher. She has done good worlc in
'rhis arf during her four years in high
school. Here's hopin' she succeeds in
a big way.
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January IO. I9l6
"ru sn on You"
AcTiviTies-Glee Club: 3, 4: Oper-
eTTa: 2, 3, 4: Class Treas.: I, 2,
3, 4: "School News": I, 4: "Spark-
2 3 4
Ier": 4, Girl Reserve: , , ,
Class Day Program CommiTTee:
ILDRED is a cuTe IiTTIe bruneTTe
wiTh a cuTe IiTTIe nose. And
does "Mig" geT "razzed" abouT
ThaT nose! BuT everyone knows ThaT her
Temper cannoT be aroused when This
is menTioned because ThaT sweeT dis-
posiTion prohibiTs such a display.
"I-Ioucky" is among The senior Te-
males who can boasT of having cap-
Tured an ouT-of-Town Romeo who re-
sides in ThaT mosT noTed "burg" of
Ivliggie' has IoTs of perseverance,
so we all know ThaT she will make a
greaT success oi her chosen career.
Arthur john Innerst
OcTober I, l9I6
"BLOW ME DOWN"
AcTiviTies- Song Leader Senior-
Sophomore Assembly: 4, OpereTTa:
2, 3: Class Play: 3, 4: Baseball: 3.
F YOU see a baTon IiTTed in The air
and hear someone say, "LeT's sing
page TorTy-Tour," you can be sure iT
is "ArT." I-Ie is The one who puTs The
"pep" inTo our assembly singing.
ArThur has had a perTecT aTTendance
record since The TirsT day of school,
which was Twelve years ago. Congrar-
uIaTions To "ArTI"
For The pasT Tour years ArThur has
been involved in one oi The greaTesT
school romances ever Tormed, ThaT's
all righT, "ArT," because, ThaT is whaT
makes school life real.
ArThur's vocaTionaI aim is To be an
underTaker. The business is dead buT
The class of '33 is boosTing Tor him.
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January 29, l9l6
"WHAT DO YOU THlNK?"
Acfivifies-Glee Club: 3, 4: Oper-
effa: 3: Class Play: 4: Edifor-in-
Chief of "School News": 3, 4:
"Sparlrler": 2, 3, 4: Girl Reserve:
3, 4: indoor Baseball: 2: Class
Day Program Commiffee: Honor
DITH never enfers info fhe usual
Monday morning discussions abouf
various weelc-end dafes because
her mind runs only in one direcfion.
And fhis does nof mean fhaf she is
narrow-minded. Nof af all. lf does
mean, fhough, fhaf she has eyes for
one only and fhaf one is "Art"
Edifh is an excellenf pupil and is
parficularly inferesfed in journalism.
She has spenf unfold fime and energy
in working on fhe "School News." She
also foolc an acfive parf in wrifing
arficles for fhe "Sparlcler."
A girl like Edifh should succeed in
her chosen profession. She plans fo be
a denfal hygienisf and she will succeed.
William E. Kauffman
November l8, I9l5
Acfivifies-G-lee Club: 4: Opereffa:
2: Class Play: 4: Baseball: 47 Vol-
leyball: 4. '
ll ILL" is one of "The Three Mus-
lcefeers" who are faking fhe com-
mercial course. He is dreadfully
bashful among all fhe girls in fhe class.
Buf, who wouldn'f feel losf? Three
boys among fourfeen girlsl
"Kauffman" is a sfar baseball play-
er. There is sure fo be no "homers"
for fhe opposing feam wifh "Bill" ouf
in fhe field fo gel' fhe "fIys."
Alfhough he now shows no special
affracfion for fhe opposife sex we
lcnow fhaf he will oufgrow fhis in course
of fime: and fhe fime may be shorf.
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February l, l9l6
"ru BE DARNEDH
Acfivilies-Glee Club: 3, 4, Oper-
effa: 2, 3,41 Orcheslra: 3, 4: Girl
Reserves: 3, 4i Baseball: 27 Bas-
kefball: l, 3, 47 Volleyball: 2, 47
Librarian: 3, 4.
ll lZ" is our preffy dark-eyed lassie.
And can she use fhose eyes!
Has if been by 'lheir use fhal' she
has affracfed one of The prominenf
males of The senior class? Buf one
musf remember fhaf "Boo+s" has ofher
affracfive characferisfics beside her
Elizabefh wishes fo become a beaufy
specialisf. We are all assured of The
success fhaf will be hers, for has she
nof already begun 'rhis work by beau-
fifying members of her own class?
Wifh such pracfice work as fhis, "Liz"
should become a wizard in her profes-
Helen Mary Krebs
December 20, l9l5
Acfivifies-Glee Club: 3, 41 "School
News": lg Baseball: l.
ll ACKYH is one of fhe girls who
has so many boy friends she
doesn'f know whaf 'ro do. We be-
lieve she knows every fellow in Red
Lion, York and vicinify. Perhaps she
meefs fhem while employed in her fav-
orife employment namely - square
Yef, we feel sorry for Helen. We're
afraid fhaf some day she will drink poi-
son in misfake for wafer. Sfrange as if
seems, she fhinks she is eafing Jello
when she is really eafing fruif salad.
We hope nofhing of fhis kind happens
because Helen should be able 'ro dis-
play her abilify in fhe office of some
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Mary E. Kunkel
May 7, I9l5
"l'LL SMITE YOU"
AcTiviTies-Business Manager of
Sparkler: 4: Glee Club: 3, 4: Oper-
eTTa: 2, 3, 4: Class Play: 4: "School
News": I, 2, 4: "Sparkler": 2, 3, 4:
Class Pres.: I: Girl Reserves: 3, 4:
AssisTanT SecreTary To Principal: 3.
4: Class Day Program CommiTTee:
CommencemenT Speaker: Honor
ARY is The bashTul girl oT The
class. Oh. yes? OuiTe The
conTraryl lT seems "Kunk's"
weakness is To be aTTracTed by The op-
posiTe sex. She likes noThing beTTer
Than To be as near as many oT Them as
possible. BUT Mary musT remember
+haT The banjo player may noT care Tor
her To be so aTTracTed To all males.
AlThough she pays homage To all, she
allows seven nighTs ouT oT The week
Did you ask if our conTralTo's TuTure
is a brighT one? She wishes To be a
secreTary: and who knows-The boss
may be handsome!
lessie Louise Lightner
SepTember 5, l9l6
"YOU BET YOUR BUTTONS"
AcTiviTies--Glee Club: 3, 4: Oper-
eTTa: 2, 3, 4: Class Play: 4.
ESSIE is a preTTy bruneTTe, belong-
ing To The senior class. "Jack" is
among The very small class OT To-
males ThaT does noT have a "sTeady."
"Jes" has been very TorTunaTe in ward-
ing OTT The Tlock oT males ThaT would
so like To Till The role. However, "Jack"
is noT enTirely ignoranT oT The exisTence
of The opposiTe sex and she someTimes
condescends To acknowledge Their
Jessie also belongs To ThaT large
class of people who clo noT like Their
TirsT names, hence The nickname,
This dark-haired lassie wishes To be a
sTenographer. LeT's all wish her loTs oT
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Mary Elizabeth Martin
January 27, l9l6
"YOU AND ME BOTH"
Aclivilies-Glee Club: 3, 4: Oper-
eilaz 2, 3. 4: Class Play: 3, 4:
Class Sec.: I: "School News": I, 2:
Girl Reserve: 4: Librarian: 4: Vol-
leyball: 3: Baskefball: l, 2: Class
Day Program Commilfee: Honor
ARY Elizabelh is one of lhe
grand soprano singers of our
class. "Pepper" believes a
song on lhe lips makes 'rhe hearl
lighler. This aililude foward life has
made her lake an aciive parf in help-
ing lo make our plays and operellas
Mary Elizabelh is also pracficing
journalism. She is ge'r'ring along splen-
didly because of her very compelenl
"Mar+in" is as good a scholar as a
singer. She knows whal ii means +0
have her name lisied on fhe honor roll.
Our class wishes her a place of honor
wherever she goes or whalever she
does affer leaving school.
Paul Shatto Miller
July 31, I9I5
Acfivifies-Glee Club: 4: Operelia:
4: Track: 4: Volleyball: 4.
AUL is lhe "happy-go-lucky" boy oi
our class. He is always jolly.
Whenever you hear a heariy
laugh you are sure 'ro find Paul. l'le
praclices Jrhe old saying-"Laugh and
The world laughs wi+h you."
Miller is The na'rural "wise-cracker"
of our class. All can be peace and
quielness unlil he feels il his duly 'ro
waken everyone wilh a joke. l
Paul enlered our class during +he
senior year. He has only been wilh us
nine monlhs, in which Jrime we have all
learned ro love him.
Paul had one of 'rhe leading
paris in 'rhe high school operella.
Paul, lhelclass of '33 wishes you
mounlains of success.
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January 27, l9l6
"is THAT so!"
Acfivifies-Glee Club: 3, 4: Oper-
effa: 2, 3, 4: Class Day Program
Commiileez Volleyball: 4: Honor
Sludenlg Commencemenl Speaker.
l-lE class of '33 is forlunale in hav-
ing "Cec" as a member of 'rheir
class even 'rhough if was for only
Cecelia spends a greal' deal of her
lime in driving her dad's cars. We
wonder if 'rhis has a desirable effecl on
her since she seems like a differenl
person when she is driving an aulomo-
bile. She seems lo lake on a sophis-
'ricaied air which does noi enable her
'lo nolice her classmales who are on
'rhe slreer. When +hey demand her
reason she Tells 'rhem fha? she can"r do
lwo lhings al' one +ime and lhal she
would rarher nor noiice 'rhem Jrhan run
over 'rhem. If she can conlinue +o keep
her mind on one Thing in 'rhis manner
she is sure 'ro make a success of her
Edward Earl Rishel
February I4, l9l6
Aclivifies-Librarian: 4: Track: 4:
ID you ask, "Who is Edward Rish-
el?" All righl, l'll fell you. If
you see a 'rall, good-nalured look-
ing fellow dressed very nea+ly and
carrying a Trig book under his arm
you are resiing your eyes on none
ofher 'rhan "Ed." He is one of our
honor Malh siudenls, and 'ro puzzle
over lhe deepesl problem is his de-
lighr. l-lowever, Edward is nor goody-
good or a second cousin 'ro an angel.
Nor al' all. l'le spends lols of his exlra
'rime playing a joke on someone. l-low-
ever, rhis year he was forced +o walk a
chalk-line because his brolher and sis-
+er were checking on him. Tha+'s all
righl, Ed, we bel' +ha+ when +he world
will make a check on you if will be a
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Evadel May Schaszberger
May 9, me
"IS ZAT SO?"
AcTiviTies-Glee Club: 3, 4: Oper-
eTTa: 2, 3, 4: Girl Reserve: lg
"School News": lg BaslceTball: I, 4:
Baseball: l:Volleyball: I: Track: 4:
ll BB," as she is lcnown To all her
Triends, is a born Tallcer. She iusT
Talks and Tallcs and Talks. l-lowever,
This habi+ has noT proven injurious To
Evadel excepT an occasional warning
look Trom a Teacher. ln TacT, her "giTT
oT gab" has very oTTen come in very
handy Tor her and won her many
Triends. Her good P. O. D. reporTs and
English speeches are largely due To This
Evadel claims ThaT younger broThers
are an older sisTer's cause oT silver
Threads among The gold lred, brown or
blaclcl as The case may be. NeverThe-
less Tip and Evadel are real pals mosT
OT The Time and The NorTh York High
School pupils are all The more beTTered
by having Two Schaszbergers in Their
Esther Virginia Sherman
January 6, l9l6
"AIN'T YOU ASHAMEDH
AcTiviTies-Gvlee Club: 3, 4: Oper-
eTTa: 2, 3: "School News": 4: De-
bafing: I7 Class Day Program
CommiTTee: ArTisT Tor "School
News" and "Sparlcler": 4.
IEW The greaT debaTer oT our
class! WhaT cornpeTiTion Tor
Daniel WebsTer! Virginia never
Tires OT arguing. Since women have
been given a Tairer chance in legisla-
Ture during This lasT adminisTraTion
Pennsylvania may have a Thriving pros-
pecT in The person OT Virginia Sherman.
"Joe" has also been our class arTisT.
She has been The girl who has spenT
nighTs in drawing Tor The beneTiT oT The
"Sparlcler" and The "School News."
BuT since Virginia gives of her Time so
willingly we are sure ThaT she enjoys
her work. Many Trips To The engravers
were necessary wiTh oTT Times no orher
TransporTaTion excepT The shoe sole ex-
press. Three cheers Tor our arTisTl
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Mara. 25, ms
"Dom BE FUNNY"
Acfivifies-Glee Club: 3, 4: Oper-
effa: 2, 3, 4: "School News': lg
Librarian: 4: Girl Reserve: 3.
E NOW have fhe pleasure fo
infroduce fhe Honorable Dor-
ofhy Romaine Sfeffee.
"Def" is one of fhe jolly girls of our
class. Buf fhen, fhe class is famous for
Sfrange as if may seem, "Sfeffee"
refuses candy when if is offered fo her.
This is because she believes in keeping
a girlish figure.
"Dof" is offen found day dreaming
and sfaring ouf of fhe window during
classes. This causes her fo wander far
away as if afflicfed wifh insomnia.
ln regard fo fhe fufure, we would
nof be surprised if Dof's" sweef so-
prano voice puf her name in headlines.
Verrietfa Ruth Stough
December 4, l9l2
MERRY hearf and a smiling
face will win for you friends and
friendship's good grace."
Thus saifh fhe poef and we may well
apply fhis fo Verneffa, because,
whenever we meef her, we see fwo
fwinkling eyes wifh a friendly smile be-
"Neffie" is genuine in her friend-
ships. She has made many friends
since she enfered high school and she
has fhe charm of holding fhem.
Anofher virfue of Verneffa's is her
sympafhefic nafure. A lof of fhe girls
bring fheir froubles fo her and ask her
for advice. She is always willing 'lo
sympafhize like a mofher.
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Sherwood David Suereth
December I6, I9l5
AcTiviTies-Glee Club: 41 OpereTTa:
2, 3, 4: Pres. oT Class: 23 BaskeT-
"Shrimp," Here is a greaT
Thinker, buT nobody has yeT
been able To Tind ouT iusT whaT he is
Thinking as he Trudges laboriously
abouT The school, and back and TorTh
on his paper rouTe. Some Think ThaT
his mind is away ouT in Emigsville and
Those ThaT really undersTand The work-
ings oT This inTricaTe piece oT mechan-
ism know ThaT iT is.
"Shrimp," conTrary To his nickname,
is a real "he-man" and such a Tellow
should make a booming success oT liTe.
oaaber 17, iw
"oH, Fore HEAvEN's SAKEV'
Ac+ivi+ies-Glee Club: 4: Opereffa:
3- cis Pla - 4- Librarian- 3 4-
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Baseball: lg Class Day Program
ll RANDMAH is The baby oT our
class: buT only in age, noT in
abiliTies or size. She is our
Tamous acTor oT "Ma" and "Mom"
roles. WiTh her duTch dialecTand her
"wicked hand-shake" she can keep
everybody in an uproar.
She also seems To have The knack oT
making candy and disposing of iT To
The well-known candy-eaTers oT her
Whenever There is any laughing To
be done CharloTTe always comes in Tor
her share and iT is never a small one.
We are pleased To Think ThaT she
will carry This brighT and happy aTTi-
Tude ThroughouT her liTe.
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Margaret C-eorgiana Throne Mary Throne
December 30, l9l3
Acfivifies-Glee Club: 4: Oper-
HE class of '33 is proud +o have
"Margie" as a member of 'rheir
class. She seems 'ro believe in +he
old saying: "Children should be seen
and no+ heard." "Peggy" is so quie'r
Thar no one knows she is around un1'il
+hey see here
"Marg" is also s+udious. She is al-
ways working a'r Those "Trig" and
"Chem" problems: and whaf is more,
she solves Them.
We are cer+ain 'rhar "Margie" will
conrinue her conscien+ious srudy in or-
der 'ro make a good showing in her
Turure work. The class of '33 wishes
her 'rhe grea+es'r success in wharever
field of work she may choose.
Sepfember 2I, I9l3
"OH, MY WORD!"
Acfiviries--Glee Club: 4.
ARY is one of 'rhe Throne girls
wirhouf a middle name. Bur
'rhar does nor play a large
parr in rerarding her progress. She is
always "Johnny on 'rhe spo'r" when if
comes To doing work of any kind.
Throne has a hard 'rime keeping
Track of her kid sisfer. This seems 'ro
be her grearesr 'rrouble and a consranr
source of worry 'ro her.
Mary wan+s 'ro become a nurse. If
she confinues her hard work she is
sure +o succeed. Her indusiriousness
is noi The only 'rhing l'ha+ insures her
success-her smile will help her a long
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May 6, l9l5
Activities-G-lee Club: 3, 4: Oper-
etta: 2, 3, 4: Class Play: 3: Base-
ball: I: Volleyball: 2, 4: Basket-
ball: l, 2, 4: Track: 4: "Sparkler":
HE class ot '33 is lucky in having
Charlotte as a member. She dis-
plays the right kind ot school
spirit. When she can get her dad's
car she transports the basketball play-
ers to their destinations. Although
roads may be under construction and
arrival at her destination may seem
doubttul she tinally reaches there with
her passengers intact.
To Charlotte's credit can be added
the tact that she is well known and well
liked by the York Chapter ot Delvlolay.
So here's a hand to "Tyson." She's
a real pal. We all hope that tor many,
many years she will keep the same
bright spirits which she now has.
Richard Walter Valentine
August 8, l9l4
Activities-Class Play: 3, 4: Oper-
etta: I, 2: Class Pres.: 4: Class
Vice Pres.: 3: Basketball: I, 2:
"School News": I, 2: Athletic
Mgr.: 4: Chairman ot the Class
Day Program Committee.
E ARE proud to introduce Dick,
the newspaper reporter. Dick
has more ambition than ten
men. Besides taking a very active
part in all extra curricular activities
and doing every justice possible to his
studies, Dick is holding a very digni-
tied newspaper position. Such men
are rare but he is ot that variety. We
might also submit Richard as a model
ot correct dress.
As a chemist, he knows his formulae
backwards, sideways and every way.
Richard won't be stopped by any ob-
stacle when he steps out into the big
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July I6, l9l6
"wATcH ME, elRLs"
AcTiviTies-Glee Club: 4: OpereTTa:
2, 3: OrchesTra: 2, 3, 4.
El-IOLD! The hearT smasher of The
class! ls iT because "Dick" is so
excellenT as a saxophone player?
Perhaps. Or maybe iT's because oT his
hair ThaT aT TirsT glance makes a person
Dick is one of The youngesT boys in
his class buT by no means The shorTesT.
STerling can also be classed wiTh The
Ziegler boys in This respecT-WesT York
is a greaT drawing card Tor him. AT
TirsT STerling used To blame iT on orch-
esTra pracTice in ThaT Town, buT since
everybody now knows The TruTh, STer-
ling doesn'T boTher To deny iT.
john Kenneth Ziegler
April 9, l9l6
"HEY, You eursr'
AcTiviTies-Grlee Club: 4: OpereTTa:
3, 4: Class Play: 41 OrchesTra: 3,
41 "School News": l, 2, 4:
E HAVE wirh us, BreThren and
SisTern, The famous "Kenny."
This amusing dark-haired Val-
enTine has a TaTal weakness,-he likes
The girls, especially lighT-haired girls
and if They are a biT lighT-headed, iT
makes no difference To him.
"Ken" does noT Try To be Tunny buT
is iusT naTurally wiTTy. l-le has an an-
swer Tor everyThing and The answer is
usually shorT buT sweeT. Many a class
has been made more inTeresTing and
cheerTul Through his presence.
WiTh a personaliTy like This we are
very conTidenT ThaT "Ken" will be
game To meeT all The Trials in The
wide, wide world.
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Lawrence Stanley Ziegler Miss Modeline Seniorbaugh
January I, I9I4
APM, ,oy W5 "BEAUTY is THE GREATEST GIFT"
AcTiviTies-Warbler for The Glee
"NOT THAT I KNOW OF"
AcTiviTies-Glee Club: 4: OpereTTa:
2. 3, 4: Class Play: 3, 4: Class
Pres.: 3: OrchesTra: 2, 3, 4.
ll UTI-I," aI+hough he is a NorTh
York sTudenT. seems To be well
liked in WesT York, especially
by The Teminine sex.
Lawrence musT waTch his broTher
"Ken," or does "Ken" Take care OT
"Zig" is a very aTTenTive sTudenT in
all suIoiecTs dealing wiTh The progress
oT science. I-le has provided a space
in The Third Tloor oT his home To experi-
menT in The radio Tield. l'le would like
To be a radio and elecTrical Technician.
The senior class hopes ThaT he is suc-
cessful in This wide and wonderTuI
Club: I, 2, 3, 4: Sewing Circle: I,
3, 4: Grand ExalTecl Order of
Gossipers: I, 2, 3. 4: Manager oT
Walking: I, 2, 3, 4: Manager oT
Running: I, 2, 3, 4: Manager of
Skipping: I 2, 3, 4: Manager oT
AuTomobiIe Riding: I, 2, 3, 4:
Manager of Roller Skafingz I, 2, 3,
4: VoTed The girl of The class mosT
likely To geT her man.
ll ISS PerTecT," as she is known
To The gullible sex, has The
repuTaTion of being The mosT
engaged girl in NorTh York. "Miss
PerTecT," prompTed by her modesTy,
requesTed ThaT her wriTe-up be placed
IasT in The year book, and, prompTed
by The love Tor her classmaTes, she also
requesTed ThaT her picTure be omiTTecl
since The occurrence oT her beauTiTul
counTenance would make all The oTher
picTures look like dunces. Her win-
ning personaIiTy and Taking ways will
cerTainIy assure her success in The
greaT game oT liTe. Good luck To you,
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During fhe school ferm i929-30 fhe presenf senior class, fhen freshmen, consisfed
ol sixfy-one members. Among fhe social funcfions were a Hallowe'en Parfy and a
Moonlighf Hike. The officers were: presidenf, Sherwood Suerefh: vice presidenf, Carl
Casselg secrefary, Mary Elizabefh Mafing freasurer, Mildred Houck.
Our freshman year soon rolled around and before we fully realized if we again
onfered fhe walls of dear old N. Y. H. S. as sophomores. Since fhis was our second
year of high school life our acfivifies were more numerous and more varied. On
Sepf. I9 fhe following commiffee was appoinfed fo choose fhe -class colors: Beffy
Heshey, chairman: Carl Cassel, and Mary Kunkel. The colors selecfed were orange
and brown. Pennanfs, caps and emblems were fhen ordered in fhese colors. The
officers of fhe freshman! class year were re-elecfed and served during fhe school
form of l93O-3I.
The firsf meefing fhaf we could call a junior class meefing was held Ocf. l5, I93l.
The purpose of fhis meefing was fo elecf officers fo serve during' fhe ensuing year.
The following were elecfed: presidenf, Lawrence Ziegler: vice presidenf, Richard Val-
enfineg secrefary, Refa Gingerich: freasurer, Mildred Houck. The iunior play was
fhe largesf evenf of fhe year. lf was held March I8fh and I9fh, in fhe playground
audiforium. The play, "The Braf," was an excellenf producfion, which everyone
seemed fo enioy immensely.
Then came our final senior year. The biggesf and fhe besf of all if was. Prob-
ably fhe firsf fhing accomplished was fhe selecfion of a class ring. "Ignorance never
soffled a quesfionu was selecfed as fhe class moffo. The salmon rose was chosen as
fhe class flower. The ruling force fhis year was composed of: presidenf, Richard Val-
onfinep vice presidenf, Carl Cassel: secrefary, Refa Gingerich, and freasurer, Mildred
Houck. The annual play and bazaar comprised fhe commercial enferprises for fhis
year. Commencemenf arrived all foo soon. Our class fook fhe pioneer sfeps in esfab-
lishing a new kind of Class Day Program. The following were Commencemenf speak-
ers: Mary Genfzler, Cafharine Gray, Beffy Hershey, Mary Kunkel and Cecelia Ream
These five girls made four-minufe orafions on fhe fheme of fhe Commencemenf pro-
gram, "Worfhy Homemakingf'
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"The Happy Vagabond," a fhree-acf comedy drama, by Charles George, was
presenfed December I6-I7 in The playground audiforium by members of The senior
class. The play was direcfed by Elwood J. McGuigan, insfrucfor in English. The
presenfafion was very pleasing and fhe acfing was excellenf.
"THE HAPPY VAGABONDH
lCas'r of Characfersl
Lem Taggarf, a man in his fiffies . . . . Lawrence Ziegler
Milly Elliof, a forlorn-loolcing girl .... . . Cafharine Gray
Kafe Taggarf, a woman in her lafe forfies . . . Mary Elizabefh Marlin
Buddy Higgins, a fypical counfry boy . . . . Kennefh Ziegler
Nancy Ann Croclceff, a preffy counfry girl . . . . Edifh Kauffman
lrene Randolph, lXlancy's cousin .... . . Mary Kunlcel
Jed Monfgomery, a young surveyor .... . . Richard Valenfine
Gordon Sfanley, a ma++er-of-facf business man . , . Presfon Bofferbusch
Sandy Mason, fhe happy vagabond ......... Arfhur lnnersf
Horace Croclcefl I . h f d + I 5 William Kauffman
Emily Croclqefl IO am appy' ace Colm ry peolo e ' l Charloffe Throne
Consuelo Dare, a friend of lrene's ...... . . Jessie Lighfner
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Treva Bear . . .
Claude Billeff . .
Evelyn Brandi . .
Carl Cassel . .
Eugene Dahr .
Bruce Dale . .
Gladys Dheril . .
Joe Doll . . .
Kafhryn Eyler . .
Dorofhy Gamber .
Joe Genhler .
Mary Genfzler . .
Refa Gingerich .
Cafharine Gray .
Esfher Heindel . .
Mildred Houck .
Arfhur lnnersf .
Edifh Kauffman .
Helen Krebs .
Mary Kunkel .
Jessie Lighfner .
Marv E. Marfin .
Paul Miller . .
Cecelia Ream .
Edward Rishel . .
Virginia Sherman .
Dorofhy Sfeffee .
Verneffa Slough .
Charloffe Tyson .
Charloffe Throne .
Margaref Throne .
Mary Throne . .
Sferling Weigel .
Kennefh Ziegler .
Lawrence Ziegler .
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The habif of furning up her nose
Wrifing on The blackboard in Room9
His singing fad
Saying The wrong fhing al fhe righl
Playing fricks .
A mean giggle
Trying 'ro look imporfanf
Her speed limif
Talking over fhe back fence
Fixing her bangs
Trying fo look wise
Unsuccessful poses for fhe phofog-
Being always in a rush
Likes lo be a flirf
Fixing his finger nails
Twiddling his fingers
Nofhing in parficular
This and fhaf and elc.
Carloads of dafes
Her liffle brown bag
Her chemisiry lab experiences
Changeable as The wealher
Waving his hair g
Everyfhing in general
Being a frumpef player
Her baskefball abilify
A winning smile
Doesn'f mind being feased
Waifing on his wife
Bringing back fo life a dead class
A kind word for all
Helping Beffy in lab
Always knowing someihing new
Believing in good sporfsmanship
Indifference fo The opposife sex
A faifhful democraf
Taking The blame for everyfhing
Her cufe ways
A sfaunch Republican
A smile for everyone
Enfhusiasm for lab
Looking affer Mary
Believing in love
His good nafure
A good hair dresser
Acfing her age
A confralfo voice
Good for sore eyes
Her sense of humor
Medifafing upon a remedy for fne
Jusf an allearound "fellah"
P. O. D. reporfs
Her arfisfic nafure
His fainfing abilify
A faifhful librarian
Her mafhemafical mind
Wiggling his ears
lnleresfing English speeches
Being in love wifh radios
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Affer six monfhs of work in Norfh York High School fhe freshman class of '34
came fo 'rhe conclusion fhaf fhey were now accusfomed fo fhe work and each pupil
knew fhe abilify of fhe ofhers. Organizafion was fhe nexf move. Accordingly fhe
members mef in fhe Wilson building on Wednesday eveing, lvlarch l I, l930, following
The affernoon session, fo elecf officers and fo selecf class colors. The elecfion of
officers resulfed in: presidenf, Dean Snyder: vice presidenf, Clair Bixlerq secrefary,
Amelia Hershey: feasurer, Ralph Houck. The moffo selecfed was:" We can'f make
headway wifhouf head work": fhe colors, blue and sfeel, and fhe flower, fhe rose.
"Time flies and a year seems like a day." Thaf's how quickly fhe freshman year
flew and before fhe fwinkling of an eye fhis same freshman group enfered fhe porfals
of Norfh York High School as high and mighfy "sophs." The officers of fhe freshman
year were reelecfed fo serve during fhe sophomore year. The greafesf acfivify fhis
year was fhe sophomore bazaar, which proved fo be a grand and glorious success.
And fhen fhey became upper classmen. Dean Snyder, fhe presidenf, called fhe
firsf class meefing, Ocfober l7, l932, in order fo elecf new officers. The following
were elecfed: presidenf, Harold Quickelq vice presidenf, Clair Bixler: and secrefary,
Neifa Hoffman. Whaf was fheir greafesf enferprise fhis year? The junior play, of
course! "Who Wouldn'f Be Crazy?" was presenfed and received much praise from
all who wifnessed ifs presenfafion. And now fhey anxiously awaif fheir senior year.
May if be brimful of happiness and crowned wifh success.
Picfured opposife are: Leff fo righf, fronf raw-Elsie Drawbaugh, Marian Buckingham, Helen
Shepp, Helen Zarfoss, Anna Shelly, Herbian Elicker, Mae Senff, Lena Lake, Elizabefh Rishel, Beryl
Gockenour, Viola Hamme, Marian Heisfand, Miriam Brown, Loraine Diehl, Francis Dehoff. Second
row-Mary Elizabefh Barfell, Mae Eisenharf, Efhyl Wolfe, Kafhryn Lehr, Neifa Hoffman, Kafhryn
Sipe, Jennie Knaub, Amelia Hershey, Rufh Fefrow, Romaine Myers, Viola Sauerwald, Thelma Doll,
Dorofhy Campbell, Grace Hobaugh, Kafhryn Kann, Sara Hilf. Third row--Roy Phalfzgraff, Nelson
Saul, David Cassel, Bernard Peeling, Harold Quickel, Vincenf Brofhers, Elwood Shewell, Roberf Glad-
felfer, Lloyd Gingerich, Clarence Senff, John Bush. Fourfh row-Curfis Blum, David Lehr, Clair
Bixler, William Riale, Lewis Shenberger, LaVerne Zellers, Bernard Quickel, Charles Gladfelfer, Kennefh
Morningsfar, Dean Snyder.
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HE Junior Class presenfed fhe cusfomary annual class play during fhe school year.
The play, "Who Wouldn'f Be Crazy7", was a farce comedy wriffen by Kafh-
arine Kavanaugh. lf was under fhe supervision of Mr. E. J. McGuigan, head of
fhe English Deparfmenf. The play was presenfed on March 3 and 4, in fhe playground
audiforium. The High School orchesfra offered fheir services and fhe Girls' Glee
Club assisfed af fhe evening performances.
WHO WOULDINVT BE CRAZY?
lCasf of Characfersl
lnmafe No. I, who fhinlcs he's General Granf
lnmafe No. 2, who fhinlcs she's a prima donna
Pluribus, a darlcy employee ....
pendi, l.ois's maid .....
Miss LaVelle, fhe head nurse . . .
Mr. Higgins, superinfendenf of fhe sanifarium
Mr. Marshal, Speedy's fafher . . .
"Speedy" Marshal, a speed-crazy youfh . .
Lois Meredifh, a winning young girl .
Mariorie, -- fhree pesfs . . . .
. Mae Senff
. Elwood Shaull
. Rufh Eefrow
. Roy Pfalfzgraff
. Harold Quiclcel
. Dean Snyder
Evelyn Winslow, a sweef and wisfful girl . Amelia Hershey
Edward Gordon, Evelyn's lover . . . Sfuarf Elinchbaugh
Hardboiled McCafferfy, fhe officer of fhe law . . Lloyd Gingerich
Reggie Morfimer, one of l.ois's admirers . . Bernard Feeling
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On March 8, l932, a meeTing was held in room 8 by members oT The class oT '35, The meeTing
was called Tor The purpose oT selecTing class oTTicers, colors, and Tlower. The elecTion resulTed in
John Saylor being elecTecl presidenTg William Blessing, vice presidenT: Gladys BoTTerbusch, Treasurer,
and Helen Kochenour, secreTary. The acTing chairman Then appoinTed The Tollowing commiTTee To
choose several good combinaTions oT colors: Sybilla Sollenberger, Roselle Ream and Gladys FranTz.
Mr. Snyder acTed as chairman in The absence of The presidenT, John Saylor, aT a meeTing on
March 22, l932. A class Tlower and class colors were To be chosen aT This meeTing due To The TacT
ThaT colors and Tlower were noT chosen aT The previous meeTing. Thus, The colors and Tlower were,
respecTively: scarleT and sTeel, The red American BeauTy rose.
The sophomore class held Their TirsT meeTing in room 5 Tor The purpose oT selecTing 6 pennanT
and an emblem. HaTs and caps were ordered in The class colors, scarleT and sTeel. A number oT
sTudenTs also ordered novelTy "Popeye" shields. The execuTive Torce was This year: presidenT, John
Saylorg vice presidenT, KenneTh Eylerg secreTary, Helen Kochenour, and Treasurer, Gladys BoTTerbusch.
Also aT This meeTing plans were made Tor The annual sophomore bazaar. The commiTTee heads Tor
The bazaar are here given: Cake, pie and candy, Helen Kochenour: adverTising, KenneTh Eyler: ice
cream, RoberT BarTong amusement MargareT LichTeberger: sandwich Isabel Beshore. The bazaar was
a successful evenT and The sophomore class Tresaury has now a good beginning.
PicTured opposiTe are: FronT row, leTT To righT-Mary Holme, RuTh EverharT, Sara Ness, Rosella
Ream, RuTh Trone, Evelyn Fahs, Gladys FranTz, Helen Kochenour, RuTh STahl, Maryland HimmelrighT,
Velma Spangler, MargareT Herman, RuTh Weaver, Alice ForTney. Second row-Velma Sunday, Eliza-
beTh SlcelTon, Hilda Hollerbush, Gladys BoTTerbush, MargareT LichTenberger, lsabel Beshore, HarrieT
Lalce, EsTher lnners, Romaine GladTelTer, Leona Sherman, Sybilla Sollenberger, Helen Fink, STuarT
Doll, Paul Blum. Third row-John SchaeTTer, William ValenTine, Maurice Baker, Elwood Whorl, William
Blessing, John Saylor, George Heinclel, KenneTh Eyler, Wily Dressel, KenneTh Jordan. EourTh row-
RoberT Shelley, LeRoy Emrich, William Knaub, ChesTer BrandT, Elwood Krebs, WalTer DheriT, Roy
l.ighTner, Ray SchleeTer, Russel Helwig. FiTTh row--Bernard HimmelrighT, Byron Boring, VincenT
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EVELYN FAI-IS cannof give John 'rhe usual sficlc of chewing gum . . .
ISABEL BESHORE can'f go fo a square dance every Safurday nighf . . .
ROSELLA REAM is forced fo walk home some evenings because fhe fires
of fhe Ford are geffing Thin . . .
BERNARD HlIv1MELRlGl-IT can'+ afford a dafe more fhan fwice a week wi+h
Velma Spangler . . .
ROBERT BARTON doesn'+ have a regular girl friend anymore
CHESTER BRANDT can no longer afford finger waves . . .
JOHN SAYLOR now wallcs fo Shiloh in order fo save bus fare . .
WILLIAM BLEss1Ne doesn'f have candy every eley . . .
MARGARET UCHTENBERGER no longer rides her bicycle since if is foo
hard on her shoe soles . . .
PAUL BLUM was Scofch before 'rhe depression buf now he's Scofcher . .
VELMA' SPANGLER chews one piece of chewing gum for fwo days . . .
ELWOOD KREBS gol' a feddy-bear haircuf so he wouldnlf have fo give 'lhe
barber 'rwo bifs every weelc . . .
GLADYS BOTTERBUSCH had fo quif using reducing cream because if was
foo expensive . . .
NUMEROUS SOPHOMORE GIRLS are using Kleenex fo save 'rheir hand-
lcerchiefs and also fhe laundry bill . . .
MARYLAND HIMMELRIGHT had her hair cuf shorf so she wouldn'f have
fo use elecfricify fo curl if . . .
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Freshman Class l-listory
HE class oT '36, conTaining sixTy-Tour members, appoinTed Their TirsT commiTTee,
which was To serve Them, on April 5, I'-733. The Tollowing were appoinTed: Rich-
ard March, RuTh Rishel, Roy Snyder, Mary Ellen Cousler, GranT Bier, Louise
Rose, Eugene Beshore, MargueriTe HoTTrnan, HerberT BaubliTz and DoroThy Ensminger.
The purpose of This commiTTee was To choose a group oT combinaTions of suiTable
colors, Trom which The class was To choose, by balloT, The TavoriTe Tor Their class colors.
On Monday, April IO, The TirsT class meeTing was held. Mr. Snyder acTed as chair-
man. The purpose oT This meeTing was To choose and elecT class colors and oTTicers.
As a resulT oT The elecTion blue and gold are now The colors oT The class oT '36, The
The elecTion oT oTTicers resulTed as Tollows: PresidenT, Gerald Snyder: vice-presidenT,
Thomas Ream: secreTary, VicTorie Sipe, and Treasurer, RuTh Rishel.
The Tollowing are The members oT The class as They appear in The picTure: FronT row, reading
Trom leTT To righT: Louise Rose, JaneT Holme, Doris DehriT, DoroThy Ensminger, RuTh Rishel, Mary
Ellen Cousler, EdiTh SchleeTer, VicTorie Sipe, Zelda Shue, ElizabeTh Bair, DoroThy BilleT, Marie LighTy,
EsTella Baylor, Marian Dahr, LaRue Zerlcle. Second row: BeaTrice Snyder, MargueriTe HoTTman,
MargareT Whorl, DoroThy Arnold, Mary Cassel, Orlee Arnold, RuTh Hake, Shirleyi Reiel, Marion
Boring, MargareT Herman, Mae Boyer, RuTh Wiles, Grace Kern, Erma Balmer, Orville Wood. Third
row: SargenT Lehr, Gordon Ensminger, Roy Snyder, RoberT Harry, Gerald Snyder, Harold Wolfe.
Harold Ziegler, HerberT BaubliTz, Charles RhineharT, Maurice Rishel, Donald Garber, Thomas Ream,
Charles WilT, Clair Desenberg. FourTh row: Pearson Hinlcle, Theodore Lehr, GranT Bier, Richard
March, Maurice HolTzman, AusTin Corwell, Eugene Beshore, ErnsT Henry, Harold Char-lesTon, William
BroThers. FiTTh row: RoberT Zeigler, KenneTh ChronisTer, Donald Lease, CliTTord Schaszberger, Edgar
Rohrbaugh, Charles Hildebrand, MarTin Glassiclc, LuTher Hobaugh.
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Edifh Schleefer, Herberf Baublifz
Doris Dherif, Gerald Snyder
Marion Boring, Kennefh Chronisfer
Louise Rose, Charles Wil+
Erma Baker, Roy Snyder
Mary Ellen Cousler, Ausfin Corwell
Janef Hoke, Clifford Schaszberger
Vicforia Sipe, Harold Zeigler
LaRue Zerlcle, Donald Garber
Es+eIIa Baylor, Maurice Rishel
Mary Cassel, Donald Lease
Doris Dherif, Charles Hildebrand
Elizabefh Bair, Maurice I-lolfzman
Dorofhy Arnold, Richard March
lvlargaref Whorl, Gordon Ensminger
Mae Boyer, Charles Rhinehard
Beafrice Snyder, Sargenf Lehr
Shirley Riel, Harold Wolfe
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High School Qperetta
il-lE operella, "Ask The Prolessor," was presenled April 5, 6, in lhe playground
audilorium by members ol lhe High School Glee Clubs. The musical roles were
under lhe direclion ol Miss Kalhryn L. Morning, while Mr. Elwood J. McGuigan
was in charge ol lhe speaking parls. Elizabelh Kochenour, lhe school pianisl, pre-
sided al lhe piano.
The singing chorus consisled ol such characlers as college boys and girls, visilors
and leachers. Included in lhe various dancing choruses were gypsies, laundry girls,
marching boys and birds.
The operella is a high school evenl and consequenlly members ol every class are
ASK THE PROFESSOR .
Emily Lee, a lriend ol Maryida's ..,.. Mary Elizabelh Marlin
Maryida O'Neal, lhe laundress' daughler . . Anna Shelly lCalharine Grayl
Prol. Will Breakeasy, professor ol lhe school . . Preslon Bollerbush
John Ainsworlhy, a weallhy sludenl . . . . Paul Miller
June Ainsworlhy, John's sisler . . . . Mary Kunkel
Polly, a freshman who liked seniors . . Mary Genlzler
Red O'Neal, Maryida's brolher ....... Dean Snyder
Tommy Freshman, a pal lor Polly ....... Bernard Peeling
Isl, 2nd and 3rd Girls . . . Mary E. Cousler, Viclorie Sipe, Thelma Doll
Mrs. O'Neal, lhe laundress ....... Dorolhy Slellee
The enlire casl is piclured on lhe opposile page. Reading from lell lo righl lhey are: Firsl
row-Joyce Everharl and Gloria Wolfgang. Second row-Waller Dheril, '35, Mae Senll, '34,
Richard March, Marian Heisland, '34, Gerald Snyder, '36, Belly Hershey, '33, Amelia Hershey, '34,
Rela Gingerich, '33, Helen Zarloss, '34, Helen Shepp, '34, Janel Hoke, '36, Doris Dheril, '36,
Dorolhy Ensminger, '36, Mildred Houck, '33, Neila Holfman, '4, Evadel Schaszberger, '33, Lorraine
Diehl, '34, Lawrence Ziegler, '33, Louise Rose, '36, Roberl Barlon, '35. Third row-Eugene Beshore,
'36, Harold Quickel, '34, Velma Sunday. '35, Helen Fink, '35, Grace Hobaugh, '34, Dorolhy Slel-
lee, '33, Mary Elizabelh Marlin, '33, Paul Miller, '33, Mary Kunkel, '33, Preslon Bollerbusch, '33,
Anna Shelly, '34, Bernard Peeling, '34, Mary Genlzler, '33, Viola Hamme, '34, Cecilia Ream, '33,
Jessie Lighlner, '33, Margarel Throne, '33, Hilda Hollerbusch, '35, Miriam Bear, '34. Third row-
Herberl Baublilz, '36, Maryland Himmelrighl, '35, Kalhryn Lehr, '34, Kennelh Chronisler, '36,
Maurice Hollzman, '36, Edgar Rohrbaugh, '36,Clair Desenberg, '36, Kalhryn Eyler, '33, Helen
Kochenour, '35, Viclorie Sipe, '36, Thelma Doll,'34, Francis Deholl, '34, Shirley Reel, '36, Rulh
Slahl, '35, Kalhryn Sipe, '34, Margarel Herman, '35, Lena Lake, '34, Mary E. Cousler, '36, Marion
Buckingham, '34, Roberl Harry, '36, Elizabelh Skelelon, '35, Elwood Krebs, '35. Fourlh row-Byron
Boring, '34, Nelson Saul, '33, and Sargenl Lehr, '36.
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Boys, Glee Club
OR The lirsl lime in The hislory ol: Norlh York High School a Boys' Glee Cub
was organized in The school year of ninelreen hundred +hir+y-Two-Jrhree, under Jrhe
supervision of Miss Karhryn L. Morning, music supervisor. Miss Elizaloefh Koch-
enour, school pianisr, is Jrhe accompanist
The club is composed of Jrwenlry-live boys from every class in rhe high school. They
made Their lirsr public appearance a+ +he annual Senior play.
The boys as fhey appear on The piclure are: Fronl row, lei? lo righf-Paul Miller, Preslon Bore
lerbusch, Gerald Snyder, Roberf Harry, Richard March, Vincenr Rohler, Lawrence Ziegler, Sluarf
Flinchbaugh, Roberf Barlon. Second row-Clifford Schaszberger, Elwood Krebs, LaVerne Zellers,
Charles Gladleller, Dean Snyder, Sherwood Suerelh, Arlhur lnnersl. Third row-Bernard Peeling,
Clair Bixler, William Kauffman, Clarence Senfl. Fourlh row-Roy Lighlner, Baron Boring, Carl
Byers, Nelson Saul, Slerling Weigle and Kennelh Ziegler.
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Girls' Glee Club
HE Girls' Glee Club was reorganized fhe beginning of fhe '32-'33 school year by
'rhe direcfor of music, Miss Kafhryn L. Morning. Elizabefh Kochenour was again
appoinfed fo acl' in fhe capacify of pianisf.
The Glee Club has enferfained af various school acfivifies during +he'year, fore-
mosf among fhese being fhe Junior Play and Commencemenf.
The members of The club as They appear on fhe picfure are: fronf row, reading from leff fo
righf-Virginia Sherman, '33, Kafhryn Sipe, '34, Elizabefh Kochenour, '33, Ma,y Kunlcel, '33, Mary
Elizabefh Marfin, '33, EfhelWolfe, '34, Miss Kafhryn Morning, direcfor, Cafharine Gray, '33, Dorofhy
Gamber, '33, Marion Buckingham, '34, Daisle Arnold, '33, Gladys Dherif, '33, Amelia Hershey,
'34. Second row-Helen Krebs, '33, Mae Senff, '34, Mary Genfzler, '33, Anna Shelly, '34, Mildred
Houch, '33, Kafhryn Lehr, '34, Margaref Throne, '33, Refa Gingerich, '33, Helen Shepp, '34, Mar-
oaref Herman, '35, Rufh Sfahl, '35, Evadel Shafzberger, '33, Dorofhy Sfeffee, '33. Third row-
Janef Holce, '36, Louise Rose, '36, Romaine Myers, '34, Vicforie Sipe, '36, Charloffe Throne, '33,
Dorofhy Ensminger, '36, Doris Dherif, '36. Fourfh row-Neifa Hoffrnan, '34, Mary Elizabefh Barfell,
'34, Mae Eisenharf, '34, Jessie Lighfner, '33, Cecila Ream, '33, Beffy Hershey, '33. Fiffh row-
Sara Hilf, '34, Edifh Kauffman, '33, Esfher Heindel, '33, Kafhryn Eyler, '33, Viola Sauerwald, '34,
Helen Zarfoss, '34, Mary Throne, '33.
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The high school orchesfra, under The capable direciion oi Miss Kaihryn L. Morn-
ing, conducis lheir praciices every Thursday aiiernoon. The praclice Time is an hour
and a half and during fhis lime various selecrions are rehearsed. The music, which is
of a classic and semi-classic naiure, has been wrilien by some of +he leading com-
The orchesrra is composed of +hir+een pieces. Among fhe various ins'rrumen'rs used
are: violins, cornels, 'rrumpe+s, French horn, banjo and drums. The orchesfra made
public appearances during +he year 1932-33 a+ Jrhe annual senior play, 'rhe annual
iunior play, fhe opereHa and connmencemeni.
Piclured above are: Fronf row, reading leff fo rigfh-Harold Quiclcel, David Lehr, Eugene Dahr,
Sierling Weigle, Kennelh Ziegler, Roberf l-larry. Second row-Eugene Beshore, George l-leindel,
Theodore Lehr, Charles Gladfelfer, Lawrence Ziegler, Arfhur Innersf, Kafhryn Morning, direciress,
and Elizabefh Kochenour, pianist
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iVlHllE SIDAli2llQll-lElQ IIQB3 The North Yorlc School News
Founded Sepfember, 1927
Published monfhly by fhe siudenis of Norih York High School
Ediih Kauffman, Ediior
Columnisis-Cafharine Gray, Belly Hershey, Mildred Houck, Mary Kunicel, Virginia Sherman.
Feaiure Wriiers-Amelia Hershey, May Senfi, Anna Shelly.
Sports Wrifers-Lewis Shenberger, Kenneih Ziegler.
Reporiers-Isabel Beshore, Helen Kochenour, Margarei Lichienberger, Sybilla Sollenberger.
Cub Reporlers-Mary Ellen Cousler, Doroihy Ensminger, Gerald Snyder, Glenn Franfz, Elsie Zuse,
Richard March, William Marlin, Ruih Rishel, Kaihryn Swariz.
Laverne Zellers, Business Manager
Circulafion Manager-Kafhryn Sipe.
Advertising Managers-Alice Dellinger, Neila Hoffman.
Business Associaies-William Blessing, Gladys Boiierbusch, Waller Dherii, Ruih Everhari, Kenneih
Ten Cenfs a Copy - Eiifs Cenis a Year - Sixiy Cenfs by Mail
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THIE SIDAIQIKILIEIQ H933 Varsity Basketball
NDER +he capable coaching of Mr. Ray E. l-leilman
worked faiihiully and unfiringly and were awarded w
Norrh York vs.
Norlh York vs.
Norlrh York vs.
Norrh York vs.
Norfh York vs.
Norih York vs.
Norlh York vs.
Nor+h York vs.
Nor+h York vs.
Norfh York vs.
Norih York vs.
Schedule 'For I 93 2-33
Glen Rock, II-I0
Wesl York, I3-26
Red Lion, 9-50
Fawn Township, I3-22
Spring Grove, I6-I9
Nor+h York vs.
Norfh York vs.
Norlh York vs.
Norrh York vs.
Norlh York vs.
Norfh York vs.
.York Cafholic, I6-I5
Norlh York vs.
Norih York vs
Norlh York vs
Norfh York vs.
Norlh York vs
'rhe varsiiy baske-lball +eam
fh a fairly successful season.
Glen Rock, 8-22
Wesl York, 24-22
York Cafholic, 25-I9
Red Lion, I6-37
Fawn Township, 22-34
.Spring Grove, 22-I5
Appearing on fhe piclure are: Fronf row, leff fo righr-Ray E. Heilrnan, Coach, Joe Doll,
Be nard Himmelright Roberl Barfon, Sruarl Flinchbaugh, Charles Gladfelfer, Joe Genfzler, Richard
Valenfine, Manager. Second row-Sfewarf Doll, William Blessing, Kennefh Morningsfar, Carl Byers,
Baron Boring, Lloyd G-ingerich, Vinceni Rohler and Paul Blum,
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Charles Leber was also The coach oT This Team. The girls came Through wiTh Tly-
ing colors and are proud To show Their schedule.
NorTh York vs
NorTh York vs
NorTh York vs
NorTh York vs
NorTh York vs.
Schedule Tor I932-33
NorTh York vs.
NorTh York vs
NorTh York vs.
NorTh York vs.
NorTh York vs.
NorTh York vs.
NorTh York vs.
York CaTholic, I l-I5
Red Lion, 30-I9
York CaTholic, IO-22
NorTh York vs. Hanover, I I-I0
The Tour senior girls on The Team were presenTed wiTh silver baskeTballs while The remaining
members were given numerals. The following are picTured above: FronT row, reading from leTT To righT-
Charles Leber, Coach, ElizabeTh Kochenour, EThel Wolfe, DoroThy Gamber, Treva Bear, Daisie Arnold,
Richard ValenTine, Manager. Second row-Mary Ellen Cousler, RuTh Everharf, Romaine GladTelTer,
Mae EisenharT, Helen Kochenour and NeiTa Hoffman.
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ils own. This learn, under 'rhe coaching of Mr. Charles Leber, is known as a iunior
Jream and plays agains+ junior high school reams.
Schedule for I 932-33
Nor+h York vs. I-lallann, 2I-20 Nor+h York vs. Mounl Rose, 4-33
Norlh York vs. Red Lion, 6-2l Norrh York vs. Wesr York, I4-20
Norlrh York vs. Mounr Rose, I6- I 8 Norlh York vs. Mouni Wolf, 23-9
Norlh York vs. l-lallarn, 20-I8 Norlh York vs. Red Lion, 20-25
Norih York vs. lvlounl Wolf, I8-I7
Reading from leff fo righi' are pic+ured above: Charles Leber, Coach, Richard Valenfine, Man-
ager, Harold Wolfe, Elwood Krebs, Eugene Beshore, Auslin Corwell, l-larold Ziegler, Edgar Rohr-
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very successful sporl conducled by Norrh Yorlc High School is baseball. In
'rhis sporr lhere has always been lors of abilily available in The school.
Pracrice ihis year was called on March 27 buf was delayed because of bad
wealher. Alrer careful selec+ion, Coach Ray E. Heilman gave sevenieen persons
eifher firsf or second hand sui'rs.
Our +eam has had lors of 'rrouble +his year fighring professional playing in high
school baseball. Four delega+es from Norfh York have gone +o a conference 'ro
oppose professional playing bul were unsuccessful. However, This year may be rhe
lasi year for such unfair compefifion. r
Piclured above are: fron? row, reading from leff +o righf-Claude Billeft William Kauffman,
Vincenf Rohler, William Blessing, Charles Gladfelfer, LeRoy Emrich, Paul Blurn, Gordon Ensminger,
Elwood Shaull. Second row-Richard Valenfine, Mgr,, Charles Leber, Ass"r. Coach, Lloyd Gingerich,
Bernard Hirnmelrighf, Carl Byers, Sluarf Flinchbaugh, Richard Zeigler, Clair Bixler, Dean Snyder,
Ausfin Corwell, Ray Heilman, Coach.
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TIHHE SIDAIQIKILTEIQ IIQ33 Favillae Troiae
HE Larin Class of '34 was The firsl class in Jrhe hislory of The school To organize a
club, eslablished Tor The inleresls of one specific subiecr. The purpose of 'rho
Favillae Troiae is To promole Tuller apprecia+ion ol Roman life and liferalure. All
persons having Two years of Lalin are eligible for membership. Roman names are
given To The officers, such as: president consul supremus: secrelary, scriba1 Treasurer,
consul secundusy crilic, accusala: and Tacully advisor, regnor. The members and of-
ficers abide by +he rules of The cons+i+u+ion and conducl lheir meeling under parlia-
menlary procedure. Programs of Roman cusloms, habils and ideals have been pre-
senled during The year.
The members all appear upon The piclure. They are, from leff To righfz Romaine Myers, Amelia
l-lershey, Rulh Felrow, Curlis Blum, Harold Quiclcel, Elwood Shaull and Mae Senfl.
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ROMAINE MYER'S hearTy laugh which rang Through The halls oT N. Y. H. S.
CARL CASSEL'S good old pepperminTs.
KENNETH ZElGLER'S "wise cracks."
JANET HOKE'S blushing abilify.
"NARDlE" PEELING'S crooning.
THE NUMEROUS LOVE AFFAIRS, ToremosT among These being The romance oT: EDITH
KAUFFMAN and ARTHUR INNERST, HELEN ZARFOSS and SHERWOOD SUERETH, NEITA
HOFFMAN and BERNARD PEELING, ELIZABETH KOCHENOUR and PRESTON BOTTER-
BUSH and many oThers ThaT, if menTioned, would fill volumes.
CATHARINE GRAY wiTh a big handTulI of chocolaTe buds.
"DICK" VALENTlNE'S Tardiness and business aT The oTTice.
MAE ElSENHART'S "carrying on" in The library.
ETHEL WOLF'S abiIiTy To "hen-peck" STuarT Flinchbaugh.
EDITH SCHLEETER'S giggling.
MARY ELIZABETH MARTlN'S "TiclcIishness."
ELWOOD SHAULL'S romanTic Tendencies.
"DOT" GAMBER'S weelc-end Trips To LancasTer.
MR. McGUlGAN'S TavoriTe simile, The navy is like a roTTen Timber.
"WEE-WEE" GlNGERICH'S Timidness.
THE SEWING CIRCLES in The cloak-room oT room 9.
SINGING PAGE 42, "The Old-Fashioned Garden," in assembly.
A LARGE GROUP of boys crowding The hall, reading a noTice ThaT
large headlines, "For Girl Reserves."
ELIZABETH RISHEL always Tollowed by Elsie Drawbaugh.
HARRIET LAKE'S vacaTions from class.
CECELIA REAM'S public Ioolcing-glass.
MARY KUNKEL'S Tree-Tor-all vaniTy case
HAROLD WOLFE'S low and soTT voice.
VIRGINIA SHERMAN'S "confounded" arguing.
DOROTHY CAMPBELL, who has a siIenT love in The junior class.
"ED" RlSHEL'S good old-Tashioned blush.
THE PEOPLE who live near The school and are able To hear The lasT bell, come rushing inTo
home room gasping and gapping.
MARY THRONE'S growling abouT an assigned lesson.
JOE DOLL'S anlcleTs.
"CHARLIE" GLADFELTER'S desire To "show oTT" before The girls.
THE PECULIARITIES as well as The amiable TraiTs of each and every pupil and Teacher.
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ior exlravaganza Carl Cassel and
Kennelh Ziegler borrowed a fire
plug from Jrhe borough ol Hallam.
The prinler asked Edilh Kauff-
man 'ro bring him a galley. Edilh
came back la+er.and said she
couldn'+ find il and besides she
Jrhoughr 'rhe Romans were The lasl
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Sea Food in Season
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I Miss BurlceH-Where in Asia
was Russia frying 'ro gel porfs?
1 George Heinclel-ln rhe Gull of
May Eisenharf says a girl doesn'+
have +o be so parficular because
L all +he sloclcings al 'rhe iraclc meer
i had runners in rhem.
Q "My marks are going down,"
l said Romaine Gladfelier, as her
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HERBERT W. HEVNER, Mgr.
43 E. Marlcei Sfreei
Siealcs and Chops
Privafe Parly Calering
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in move than 900
OuT OT a class oT ThirTeen, in l9l5, There
were no graduaTes. This happened because
The school board decided ThaT year ThaT There
should be Tour insTead oi Three years oi high
school. ConsequenTly The class remained The
same and The eighTh "graders" enTered as
The class of l92O presenTed To The high
school Three prinTs illusTraTive oT "The Arab-
ian NighTs." OF a delicaTe TinT and hung be-
Tween windows in Room 8, They caughT so
liTTle ligh+ as To remain pracTically invisible
Tor These I3 years. excepT on several occasions.
when They have been discovered accidenTally.
The phanTom picTures now hang in The library.
Back in The good old days, when There was
a baseball Team aT N. Y. l-T. S., ThaT school
wenT Through Three seasons wiThouT losing a
game. This Team won vicTories over all The
high schools in The counTy, including The Yorlc
CounTy Academy and Hanover.
N. Y. H. S., alThough one OT The smaller
high schools in The ciTy has Two newspaper re-
porTers in iTs classes, one Trorn each oT Yorlcls
daily newspapers. Richard ValenTine, '33, is a
reporTer on The sTaTT oi The "York DispaTch,"
while Ray SchleeTer, '35, holds a similar po-
siTion wiTh The "York GazeTTe and Daily."
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My , Aug. 29-SixTy-Two greeners, all
L l looking Torward To a year oT hard
l S work, enTered high school Today.
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RUTTER BROS ' Mr. Charles Leber and Mr. Ray
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T I geT used To high school and in do-
T ing This They kepT The upper class-
T I men busy answering quesTions.
5 f Aug. 3l-The Tollowing were
I appoinTed 'as librarians: CharloTTe
' Throne, head librarian, ElizabeTh
E I Kochenour, Gladys DheriT, Evelyn
L N. George ST., EXT. - BrandT, Mary ElizabeTh MarTin,
Q I Helen Zarfoss, Edward Rishel and
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Sept 5-The freshmen are slill
asking lhe upper classmen ques-
Sepf. 7-The new leachers Wolfgang S Shoe Store
slarled 'rhe year correclly lso ihey
fhoughll by giving Jrhe slrudenls
Iols of Work' I l2l N. George Slreel'
Sepl. I5-Boys and girls s+ar+ed
praclicing for volleyball loclay, YORK. PA,
Coach Leber in charge.
Sept I6-The iirsl week of
hard worlc. Things are now down
+0 a general rouiine.
Sept 28-The senior girls scored
a viclory in volley ball Today.
Sepl. 30-All exhibils for 'rhe
5l'lm-'al York Fall' Were Tlf'll5l'led- e Home of "Brown-Bill Heallh Shoes
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Ocf. 3-The enfire school is
looking forward fo fair holidays,
Ocf. 4.-School sfarfed a half
hour earlier, Sessions began af 8
o'cloclc and by II:3O all sfudenfs
and feachers were headed in fhe
general direcfion of fhe York Fair
Ocf. 5-Fair holidays sfarfed.
Ocf. I4-The freshmen held a
Halloween parfy. One group
held fheir social affair af fhe home
of Grace Kern and fhe resf of fhe
freshmen held fheir's af fhe Rishel
Ocf. I7-The juniors held a
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Delivery fo All Parfs of Cify
Wiring Fixfures Appliances
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af our New and Up-+O-Daw had a meeling +o choose colors. T
Fountain Oct l9-Preparalions for a
L I bigger and beHer school paper
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River and Roosevell made anolher '
promise. ' ealing and Plumbing Done
Nov. IO-A special assembly S Call for
program was held in honor of The -
World war velerans. The speaker :
was Captain W. W. Van Baman
of 'rhe lale war. l
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run The school. 1 6'
Nov. I7-School nighl was ob-
served. The sludenls came lorlh '
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Dec. 7-Surprise: Sfudenfs were
noi given Chrislmas seals 'ro sell.
"School News" was published.
I Dec. I6-I7-The Senior Class
T Play, "The Happy Vagabond,"
: was presenied despile a raging
g snowslorm on Safurday nighi.
I Dec. 22-Juniors presenfecl
fheir annual Chris+mas program.
Dec. 23-The "fresh" again
f 'fried fo run 'rhe high school.
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For Good Ears and Drinks
NORTH END LUNCH
F. A. SHINDEL, Prop.
CRANES ICE CREAM
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Mar. 8-Seniors were bad and
had 'ro slay eller school. Joseph
Doll sal' quiel and was +he lirsl
one 'ro be excused.
Mar. I6-Jus'r anolher assembly.
Mar. ZI-Mae Eisenharl re-
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for an enlire period. This was
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April 7-The firsl baseball
game of 'rhe session was played.
"Ask lhe Professor," +he opereria,
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May 2I-Baccalaureafe sermon. York Sanifary Milk CO'
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May 23-Commencemenf. - Division of Penn Dairies, Inc.
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