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EX LIBRIS 4' W Dwight Kohl' - - - - ---- Editor George Glatfelter - Business Manager e Sparkler 1933 Published by The Senior Cla North York lligh School North York, Pennsylvania Foreword when in years to eome we look hack upon our youth, may this the l 9 3 8 edition of The Sparkler help ito recap- ture memories of joys, friend- ships and experiences that formed an integral part of our high sehool life. Dedication Faculty Classes Activities Athletics Advertisements Dedication In sincere appreciation of guidance and counsel, we respectfully dedicate this edi- tion of The Sparkler to Mr. C. Clinton Ruby, teacher, coach and friend. C. Clinton Ruby in r1'hQ"i Board of Education A P. , ,A1.9I37-71.938, I I y Mr. George M. Herman . . President Mr. Roy L. Jacoby . . Vice-President john A. Sipes . . Secretary YMr. Curvin J. Beshore . . . Treasurer Mr. A. Harry Lehr . . Associate Member The members of the Board before the election were: Mr. George M. Herman presidentg Mr. John A. Sipes, vicefpresidentg the Reverend Mr. R. R. Rodes, secref taryg Mr. Roy L. Jacoby, treasurerg Mr. Curvin J. Beshore, Associate Member. S Wilson Building Playground Auditorium -. .- ,- , ff 1' Wwafsl. Iztzsv-W-X'-N ,:::r:: - 5 Q' ..,.. " ' ' twig , 131 5, .. , If 3 ,,: 1 aff P 1 , ,. 5' -, 'f 4-Zfwrjw ' . v N t - - , 1:-"WW ' -sg, -1 2. :Mg V, 95g.fQ:,5t8QvG '.ggv,QgmX,gw3t5Q54Q-g s o s i g, , A' W. -if 1 -as 1 f --M., -W' , ' .w'1:g.:1 N- 238: 5 'ffff ,. . . . ' M,.s'Nf'5y I 6, VW 'mgf .. . , . . -Af ffl ' A p W""'c ""' i'j"Vj M as -, ,tt tjlgiga 4- .... X .... . .,,-,kW,: ,s.,.,..,:,.s., " f V . , . . . ii, ' ' 'f jg: , + -- r .- H '- .. H . ,,,. . ..... ' .... , H f - - -, ,,,, fi r --er- if R-,I-:-,:'.,,,:,,.::.4 55551 .va 2 , 5 J 3 :I ' - - - .:g:,::-mr, g., Q,-p fr,:,.,,.545:gA:A3-'s.,5:--3: -E-.-:::-.,. -, -, , ,V V-ff: :.1..,,g.3,,, - t.q:g:tg::s:: ,, ,, - . "" "" - 1 -. ' ' "" " '-"-"'- ' 1 . , .- V -' v sa 1,-V, . . Q - A V -:H + p , V : -- 5, 2 - 1 4 .1 .1 - . ,,. :1 v ,. . ,gc , :M - --,, - I --. . Q. N .. :. Next Year For the 193869 term North York high school will enjoy a new settin Th g. e architect's drawing of the building now under construction at Seventh avenue and North Queen street appears above. The new building is scheduled for occupanc Y at the opening of schools next September. Although adequate in its day, the Wilson building, which was constructed in 1914 and has housed the senior high school for the past twenty years has been out' moded for modern secondary school purposes. , 'The new building is of English Tudor design. It will contain seventeen class' room unit h' h 'll ' ' ' ' s w ic wi house the junior and senior high schools under the 6f6 or' -ganization. .Most .recent e ' f 4' ' will be installed. quipment or both traditional and vocational courses This building became a reality thru a bond issue, passed by the borough citif Zenr and PWA ' y, a grant issued by the federal government. C109 A l Administration Staff v l l MR. DEAN B. ARMOLD M.A. P Studied at Gettysburg College, University of North Carolina, and Duke University, has taught at Somerf ville High School, Somerville, N. J., and at The Hun School, Princeton, N. J., is principal of the high school, is instructor in Latin, French and English, advises "The North York School News" and "The Sparklerf' Q13 MR. IRVIN R. SNYDER, M.S. Studied at fMillersville State Teachers College, Pcnnf sylvania State College, C-ettyshurg College, and Unif versity of Pennsylvania, is supervising principal of the borough schools. I J 1938 S BKLEB MR. CHARLES C. LEBER, A.B. Education: Lebanon Valley College, Springfield Col' lege. Experience: Mechanicsburg, Pa., Polytechnic Instif tute, Philadelphia. Subjects: General Science, Health, History. Activities: Coach of Boys' and Girls' Track, Girls' Basketball and Volley Ball: Adviser to Cheering Club. MISS ALVERTA R. LECRONE, BS. Education: Elizabethtown College. Experience: North York. Subjects: Stcnography, Typevvriting, Junior Business Training. Activities: Adviser to Handicraft Club. MR. HENRY A. MITCHELL, B.S. Education: East Stroudsburg State Teachers College, Franklin and Marshall College. Experience: Millersburg, Pa., Mt. Joy, Pa. Subjects: Biology, Physics, Chemistry, Health. Activities: Adviser to Science Club. . MISS LAURA E. BURKET, B.S. Education: Millersville State Teachers' College. Experience: Vintondale, Pa. Subjects: Problems of Democracy, History, Junior Business Training. Activities: School Librarian: Adviser to Library Club. f 14 P SPAJHKLEHI MR. ROBERT E. EVERHART, A.B. Education: Gettysburg College. Experience: North York. Subjects: English, Commercial Geography. Activities: Director of Dramaticsg Adviser to Dramatic Club. MR. CLIFFORD S. GUNNETT, A.B. Education: Gettysburg College. Experience: North York. Subjects: English, History. Activities: Adviser to HifY Club: MR. C. CLINTON RUBY, A.B. Education: Gettysburg College, Penn State College. Experience: Hallam, Pa. Subjects: Mathematics. Activities: Coach of Boys' Basketball, Soccer and Baseball Teams. MR. NELSON J. KING, B.S. Education: Susquehanna University. Experience: West Lawn, Pa. Subjects: Typewriting, Bookkeeping, Commercial Geography, Office Practice. C157 1938 1938 SPABKLEB MISS EDNA BINKLEY, B.S. Education: Lebanon Valley College. Experience: North York. Subject: Supervisor of Music. Activities: Glee Clubs, Orchestra, Cperetta. MRS. GLADYS R. GABLE, Cert. of D.H. Education: University of Pennsylvania. Experience: Lower Alsace Twp., Mohnton, Pa. Subjects: Dental Hygiene. MISS AMY M. SHAMBAUGH, R.N. Education: 'Philadelphia General Hospital, Philadelf phia School of Social Health and Work, Penn State College. Experience: Harrisburg, Pa., ihiladelphia, Pa. D C163 l-sur Seniors Juniors Sophomores Freshmen BKLEB PHILIP ALTLAND - COMMERCIAL Activities-Mathematic Club: 1, 2: HifY Club: 4. "Phill . . . very quiet . . . knows anything about history any time, any place . . . current events champion . . . gets exercise every day carrying papers . . . prefers to enter business world as an accountant . . . his hobby-stamp collecting. ir RUTH BRANDT . . CLASSICAL Activities: Library Club: 1, 2, 3, 4g Librarian: 2, 3, 4: Girl Reserves: 4. "Ruthie" . . . ready for a laugh any time! . . . often seen at skating arena . . . one of the Strinestowners . . . helps keep the candy industry going . . . usually quiet Kexcept when laughing?j . . . one of Miss Burket's 'Krightfhand menu in library. ak FRANKLIN BYERS - - CLASSICAL Activities: Mathematic Club: 1, 2: Dramatic Club: 4: Glee Club: 1, 2, 4: Sparkler: 4g Class VicefPresident: 1, 4: Baseball: 1, 2, 3. K'Byers" . . . on duty at the Strand any night . . . known to romance . . . varsity base' ball . . . seen with March now and then . . . certain to do well in business. C195 193 1933 BKLEB HAZEL CRONE - -' COMMERCIAL ,luv Activities-Library Club: 1, 2, 4: Librarf ian: l, 2, 3. "Becky" . . . mild, soft voice . . . sincere . . . congenial . . . "Oli, my stars!" . . . anticipates typing position. Q f ir PAUL DITTENHAFER - COMMERCIAL Activities-HifY Club: 4: Baseball: 1, 2, 3, 4: Soccer: 4: Sparkler: 4. "Dit" . . . rivals Mr. Ruby in stature . . . ex- pert with the ping-pong paddle . . . goalie . . . to seek clevical work. ir GORDON DO-LL - - - GENERAL Activitiesflvlathematic Club: lg Science Club: 3. "Go1die'! . . . perpetual grin . . . bashful UQ . . . liandyfnian at "Atlantic" . . . "Don't you know?" . . . mechanically inclined. C203 IHKLEII DORA FRANTZ . - - CLASSICAL Activities-Dramatic Club: 3, 4: Glee Club: 1, 2, 3, 4: Operetta: 1, 2, 3, 4: Class Plays: 3, 43 Basketball: 1, 2, 3: Girl Reserves: 1, 2, 3, 4. "Dodo" . . , library fan . . . likes her drarnatics . . . "One never knows, does one?" . . . hopes to serve as private secretary. 'A' KENNETH GEESEY ' COMMERCIAL Activities-Baseball: 3: Class Play: 3: Mathematic Club: 1: Science Club: 3: Dramatic Club: 4. "Ken" . . . quite a humorist . . . carefree . . . always ready for an argument . . . rides with Snyder . . , to enter machinisfs trade. 'A' NELSON GINGERICH - COMMERCIAL Activities-Booster Club: 2, 3: HifY Club: 4: Basketball: 1, 2, 3, 4: Man- ager, Soccer: 4: Baseball: 1. "Red" . . . athletic . . . can cover the court . . short but stalwart . . . one of the Rutter squad. l 1 l i C219 " "li" ' 1938 1938 PABKLEB Tnyju 1 VIRGINIA HENRY - - CLASSIICAL Activities-Art Club: 1: Mathematic Club: 2: Dramatic Club: 3, 4: Class Play: 4: Operetta: 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club: 1, 3, 4: Girl Reserves: 1, 2, 3, 45 School News: 1, 2, 3, 4. jinny" . . . collector of poems forigin of fav' orite saying, "Cut it outnj . . . songster . . . hopes to don nursels uniform. uk HOWARD HERSHEY '- - GENERAL Activities-Science Club: 2, 3, 4: Maths' matic Club: 1: Assistant Manager, Soccer: 4. "Fats" . . . mechanically inclined . . . ardent scientist . . . experimenter . . . "How can ya tell?" to enter jeld of radio. DORIS HILDEBRAND ' COMMERCIAL Activities-Girl Reserves: 1, 2, 3, 4: Li' brarian: 2: Class Play: 4: Art Club: 1: Library Club: 2: Handicraft Club, Vice' President: 3, 4: Sparkler: 4. "Dottie" . . . Ru,by's constant companion . . . studies hard . . . ready to enter business world as private secretary . . . candid camera fan . . . "Oli C241 I BKLEII FREDERICK HOBAUGH - CLASSICAL Activities-Glee Club: 3, 4: Class Play: 4: Sparkler: 4. "Fritz" . . . blonde , . . argues with the pedaf gogues . . . everfready volunteer in class . . . wrangles over test marks . . , sports fan. 'lr DOROTHY HOFFMAN - COMMERCIAL Activities-Operetta: 3: Class Play: 3: Library Club: 1, 2, 3, 4: Track: 3: Newspaper: 1, 2: Librarian: 2, 3, 4: Glee Club: 2, 3, 4. "Dot" . . . efficient . . . quite a skater . . . good' natured . . . humorous . . . companion to "Sandy," uk' MIRIAM HOOVER - - COMMERCIAL Activities-Art Club: 1: Library Club: 2: Handicraft Club: 4. "6Mim" . . , very quiet fin schoolj . . . likes hiking and coasting . . . long, blonde tresses . . . Hazel's constant companion. 4255 ,,oh..:LL,..1 , 193 1933 RKLEB HOWARD KERNS - - COMMERCIAL Activities-Baseball: 1, 2, 3, 4g Basket' ball: 1, Z, 3, 4g Track: 1, 2, 3, 4: Soccer: 4: Class Play: 4: Booster Club: 1: HifY Club: 4: Athletic Counf cil: VicefPresident, 4. "Wimp,' . . . another varsity athlete . . . bash' ful . . . tall . . . handsome . . . can be seen with "Tut" anytime , . . frequents Old Timers' Club . . . wants to fly high . . . "Oh yeahfhfhfhlu DVv'IGHT KOHR ' - CLASSICAL Activities-Scicnce Club: 2, 3: Dramatic Club: 4: Class Plays: 3, 4: Class Treasf urer: 1, 2, 3, 4: School News: 2, 3, 4: Sparkler: 4, Editor: Basketball Manage er: 4: Track: 1, 2, 3, 4. "Doctor" . . . wellfgroorned . . . honor student , . . heaves the discus . . . lilies the theater . . . sports fan . .rfwaiis for medical school. ir WALTER MARCH, JR. . CLASSICAL Activities-Booster Club: 2, 3: Dramatic Club: 4: Operetta: 1, 2, 3, 4: Class Play: 3, 45 Sparkler: 4: Clce Club: 1, 2, 4: Track: 2, 4: Basketball: 1, 2. "Walt" . . . widely known socially . . . pointing for business fwould prefer to start as an executiuej . . . Byers' pal . . . life's ambition is to be a civil engineer . . . lilies to hunt . . , 'KHitBalJef' C265 IHKIIHI GLADYS MCCOMAS - - COMMERCIAL Activities-Cheering Club: 45 Glee Club: 1, 2, 3, 4: Operetta: 1, 2, 3, Girl Ref serves: l, 2, 3, 4: Class Play: 4: Cheer Leader: 2, 3, 4, Volley Ball: 1, 2, 3, 4: School News: 1, 2. "Diz" . . . fairfhaired . . . mainstay in volley ball . . . energetrc . . . makes 'em yell . . . wants to be stenog. A if RUBY MEYERS - - COMMERCIAL Activities-Clee Club: 2, 3: Library Club: 1, 2: Handicraft Club: 3, 4. "BublJles'l . . , cheerful . , , attendance slip col- lector . . . flirtatious smile . . . likes highway cruising, xi EVELYN MILLER . - CLASSICAL Activ1tiesiLibrary Club: 1, 2, 3, Presi' dcut, 43 Girl Reserves: 4: Librarian: 2, 3, 4. "Hittie" . . . ready for frm . . . perfect coijfure . . . Rudgfs shadow . . . engrossed with library affairs . . . to be hair dresser. C275 1938 1938 BKLEB CLARENCE MONK - - CLASSICAL Activities-Science Club: 1, 3: Mathef matic Club: 2: Dramatic Club: 4: Class Plays: 3, 4: School News, Business Manager: 45 Sparkler: 4: Baseball, Manager: 4. "Monky" . . . scholastic . . . veady for an argu- ment . . . Padevewslqfs underfstudy . . . to study architectural engineering. 'lr IANET PEALTZCRAEE - - CLASSICAL Activities-Art Club: 1, 2: Mathematic Club: 3: Dramatic Club: 45 Clee Club: 1, 2, 3, 4g Operetta: 4: Class Play: 4: Librarian: 4. "janet" . . . very quiet . . . and quite a mathe- matician . . . likes music . . . college bound . . to be laboratory technician. 'lr GLADYS SAUERWALD - - GENERAL Activities-Mathematic Club: 1, 2: Draf matic Club: 3, 4: Operetta: 3, 4: Glee Club: 3, 4: Librarian: 4. "Saue'rw-ald" . . . amiable . . . quiet in class, but -moved our on us UJ . . . to teach music. C239 IHKLEII MARY OLIVE SHAULL - CLASSICAL Activities-Dramatic Club: 3, 4, Presif dent: Clee Club: 1, 2, 3, 45 Operetta: 1, 2, 4, Girl Reserves: 1, 2, 3, 4, President: Class Plays: 3, 4: Class President: 1, 2, School News: 1, 2, 3, 4, Editor: Sparklerz 4, Associate Editor: Basketball: 1, 2, 3. uOllie" . . . pleasing personality . . . fond of pranks . . . busy Editorfinfchicf . . . up there scholastically . . . Gettysburg fan. DWIGHT SMITH - COMMERCIAL Activities-Booster Club: 1, 2, 3: HifY Club, VicefPresident: 4: Glee Club: 3, 4gOperetta: 3: Class Play: 4: Sparklcr: 4: Baseball: Z, 3, 4: Basketball: 1, 2, 3, 4: Soccer: 4. "Doc" . . . athletic . . . outspoken . . . has his difficulties with the opposite sex . . . talkative . . . to be unciertalqer. GLADYS SNYDER - - COMMERCIAL ActivitiesqClass Play: 4: Glee Club: 2, 3, 4: Operetta: 2, 3: Art Club: 1: Li' brary Club: 2, 3, 4: Girl Reserves: 1, 2, 3, 4: Chief Librarian: 4. "Sandy" . . snapshot collector . . . enjoys hiking . . . another of Miss Burlqefs helpers . . . also capable secretary. 6293 1938 193 S BKLEB VIRGINIA ZARFOSS . . GENERAL Activities: Library Club: 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club: Z, 3, 4g Operetta: 2, 3, 4: Li' brurian: 2, 3, 4: Girl Reserves: l. 2, 3. Hjinny' '... genial . . . trusttuovthv . , . one of Mr. M'tchell's pvevavicating calculators . . . supports Emigsvjllc bus company . , . to assist Powet. -K CLASS OFFICERS President-fGeOrge Glatfelter ViCefPresident-Herbert Suereth Secretary-Janet Gray Treasurer-Dwight Kohr Y CLASS MOTTO Build for Character, not for fame ll . ,::.. 4 f . ..-,. ,.., . . in 1 CLASS FLOWER A S Joanna Hill Rose . I 1 ilixffi q f Co ' CLASS COLORS ' , GEORGE GLATFELTER Royal Blue and White President C327 ALL STARS VIVACIOUS VERSATILE Q IM P QOVED Puaucxmoms I SCHOLASTIC ATTITUDE PUBLICATIONS VIVACIOUS SCHOLASTIC ATTITUDE 1938 BKLEB Freshmen Paul Brandt . . President Robert Derh . Viceflnresident Dolores Ruby . Secretary Joyce Bair Treasurer Joyce Bair Richard Bartell Esther Baublitz Glenn Baumgardner Carl Bear Paul Bear Austin Boring Eleanor Boyson Paul Brandt Dorothy Brenneman Robert Brown Mary Buehler John Charleston Cliiford Chronister Jack Clay lvlary Comfort Howard Delle Robert Dem Henry Dherit Frank Dfttenhafer Tom Doll Gordon Drescher Jack Eidemiller Mary Ensminger David Eshelman Emil Eyler Harry Eylcr Richard Faircloth Lucille Floyd John Gabert George Geesey Charles Gentzler Anna Mae Gingerich Yvonne Gladfelter Mary Good Robert Grim Harold Haines Mildred Hamm Geraldine Harbold Charles Hartman Stanley Hartman Mildred Heilman Elise Henry Kenneth Hess Leroy Hess Betty Hivner Clifton Hoffman James Hooper Robert lnners Charles Iordan Paul Iulius Betty Kauffman wsu Harvey Lease Henry Lehr Harry Lehr Robert Leighton Betty Lightner John lVIcSherry Evelyn Miley Robert Miley Evelyn Newcomer William Poe Merry Poet Martha Rauhauser Lucille Reichard Betty Rentzel William Rittall Mae Rohrbaugh Dolores Ruby Eleanor Shelly Lillian Slick Charles Stackhouse Helen Stahle Regina Stottlemyer John Weaver Ethel Winter Betty Wogan Jack Yeaple PABKLEB istor With a group numbering 76, the Class of '41 entered North York high school last September. Although this beginners' class was slightly smaller than that of the preceding year, it held its banner no less high. The sectional divisions were: academic students, 9fI, in charge of Clifford S. Gunnetg commercial students, 9f2, in charge of Robert E. Everhart? commercial, 9f3, in charge of Charles C. Leber. During their first meeting as an organization, March 9, the class held election of oflicers, The results were: Paul Brandt, presidentg Robert Dern, vicefpresident, Dolores Ruby, secretary, Joyce Bair, treasurer. The class colors, which were chosen recently, are maroon and white. -Robert Dern. QRR QARQ QQ 3' 'W PAUL BRANDT President C393 198 1938 PABKLEB th th ll one i e in Romantic strolls through the cemetery. Mr. Leber's campaign speeches. Candy stand in room 2. Miss Burket's P. 0. D. quizzes. Timefkilling walks to the auditorium. Mystic silence of room 4. Seniors filing cabinet notebooks. Mr. Everhart's "incidentally" Illftoned but joyfproducing piano in room S. Daily Waiting for a glimpse of the "Times," Distracting odor in room 6. Miss Lecrone's "speed" tests. Echoes of third grade songsters at 9 A. M. Inventing excuses for a library pass. Noon time lunches at "Bobs" or l'Tubby's." Friendly chats at class intermission. ' Bathed face instead of a quenched thirst at the fountain. Enchanting love Sonnets in literature class. Mr. Ruby's carefully guarded "children" of 1938. Dark days in room 10. HO, M.. 1 ACTIVITIES S AJUKLEmli Sparkler Staff Editor-in-Chief . . Dwight Kohr Business Manager . George Glatfelter EDITQRIAL DEPARTMENT Associate Editors Mary Clive Shaull, Kathryn Swartz Assistant Editors Doris Hildebrand, Sara Heindel, Frederick Hobaugh, Frank Byers Reporters Evelyn Throne, '39, Sherwood Landis, '40, Robert Dern, '41 , BUSINESS DEPARTMENT s Advertising Manager Janet Gray Circulation Manager Clarence Monk Business Assistants Gladys McComas, Paul Dittenhafer, Dwight Smith, V Walter March DWFGHT KQHR Ed1fOT'VY1'Ci'L16f C435 S V 1, 1' .: 4-11 .' 1938 4 l SPABKLEB The North York School News Founded October, 1927 Published monthly by students of North York High School. AllfAmerican Rating, 1936, 1937, 1938, National Scholastic Press Association, University of Minnesota. First Class Rating, 1938, Columbia Scholastic Press Association, Columbia University. EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT Mary Olive Shaull, Editorfinfchief Kathryn Swartz, Managing Editor. Dwight Kohr, Sports Editor Dean B. Armold, Faculty Adviser Columnists-Evelyn Throne, Georgianna Ensminger, Dorothy Patterson, Virginia Heiland. Feature Writers-Louise Bentzel, Robert Leighton. Reporters-Virginia Henry, Norma Bear, Edna Harmon, ' Y Esther Reynolds, Janet Fishel, Jean Snyder, Louise Rittall, Sherwood Landis, Mary Becker. Cub Reporters-Regina Stottlemyer, Mae Rohrbaugh, Esther May Baublitz, Charles Stackf house, Austin Boring, Harry Lehr, ' Robert Dern, Emil Eyler. BUSINESS DEPARTMENT Clarence Monk, Business Manager 1 Advertising Manager--George Glatfelter. Circulation Manager-Ruth Bahn. Edipgyfin-Chigf 4445 IVIARY OLIVE SHAULL ga! ,L , W. MM .1-L SPAJHKLEII pg Senior Play 'LOn the Bridge at Midnight," an oldffashioned melodrama in three acts by Bruce Brandon, vvas successfully presented by the senior class at the playground auditorium December 3, 4. The production was under the supervision of Robert E. Everhart. The Cast Horatio Wainright, our manly hero . Dwight Kohr Mrs. Hilda Wainright, his aristocratic mother . . . Kathryn Swartz Eunice Wainright, her young and innocent daughter . . Janet Gray Minerva Courtenay, determined to remain a spinster . . . Virginia Henry Halstead, the Wainright butler ...... john Stottlemyer Queenie DeLorme, our persecuted heroine more sinned against than most ....... . . Mary Olive Shaull Gypsy Heather, her faithful young friend i.,.. Dora Frantz Mrs. Billingsley Billings, a society matron . . Janet Pfaltzgraff Maybelle Billings, her stammering daughter . Sara Heindel Dora Horne, in love with Horatio . . Gladys McComas Mervyn Parsons, deepfeyed villain . . . Clarence Monk Jack Frost, who possesses a Southern accent . . Walter March Joe North, an unexpected arrival . . . Dwight Smith Extras Gladys Snyder Llewellyn Swartz Doris Hildebrand Howard Kerns Gladys Sauerwald Frederick Hobaugh 4455 1938 198 S BKLEB Junior Play Making their first dramatic presentation, the Class of '39 enacted "Lady Spitfire," a threefact comedy by Katharine Kavanaugh, at the playground auditorium, on the evening of February 18, 19. Robert E. Everhart, director of dramatics, was in charge of this production. ' The Cast Kay Sutton, a Wealthy girl . . . . Olga Landis Tom Brown, the chauffeur . . William Sollenberger Miss Prudence, owner of school . . . Virginia Heiland Cindy Dale, a student at Rutherford . . Evelyn Throne Ginger Reid, another Rutherford student . . Norma Bear Flobelle Berthon, another student . . . Louise Druck Bud Jones, Tom's pal . . . . Bruce Ruby Jed Buell, the constable . . . Robert Heistand Henri Du Frayne, Kay's friend . . LeRoy Good Stephen Sutton, Kay's father . . Paul Kauifman C469 SPAJHKLEHI Ilperetta 'lRiding Down the Sky," a twofact operetta by Geoffrey F. Nlorgan and Geoff frey O'Hara, was presented by the boys' and girls' glee clubs in the playground auditorium April 1, 2. R. E. Everhart, coach of dramatics, and Edna A. Binkley, music supervisor, were in charge of the production. Cast Ben Baker, a young American aviator . George McDcnnald, a mining expert . . Joshua Scroggins, an airplane deckfhand . Don Pedro De Garvanza, president of Santa Delmonica Garmelita, his daughter . . . Pepita, her friend .... Rosa Escondido, a matronly duenna . Don Jose Del Molino, an elderly suitor . , Francisco Bandino, a revolutionary conspirator . Maria Bandino, his wife .... Sgt. Timothy Riley, a U. S. A. Marine . . Fernando Gonzales, the president's bodyguard . C475 . . Jack Peeling Blaine Snyder William Sollenberger . Walter March Glcal Shenberger . Dora Frantz . Virginia Heiland . Rodney Billet . Dale Everhart Kathryn Swartz , Clarence Eppley . Billy Bair 1938 193 SP BKLEB Girl Reserves Mary Olive Shaull ..... President Romaine Cor-well . . VicefPresident Olga Landis . Secretary Evelyn Throne ...... Treasurer Under the supervision of Mrs. Gail Cunningham, the Girl Reserves was ref organized on September 15. During the 193788 term the Girl Reserves gave 2575 worth of shrubbery to imf prove the appearance of the north end of the school building. Activities of the club included: a flower show, September 23, faculty entertainf ment, September 30, sale of candy at Business Show, recognition service of new members and awarding of pins to members of good standing for four years, singing at York County Home, Mother and Daughter party, December 20, visit to Edison Light and Power Company, February 7, party at Y. W. C. A., March 4, Penny Carnival, March 19, Girl Reserve Dance, April 23, Girl Reserve pageant, May 6, and a semifformal dance. A camping trip is scheduled for June 6, 7. Members: Dolores Anstine, Esther Baublitz, Norma Bear, Mary Becker, Merle Billet, Ros' ella Blanc, Eleanor Boyson, Dorothy Brenneman, Ruth Brothers, Doris Charleston, Rornaine Corwell, Evelyn Drescher, Mary Dressel, Louise Mae Druck, Geraldine Ehrhart, Georgianna Ensminger, Mary Ensminger, Ruth Eyler, Janet Fishel, Dora Frantz, jean Frantz, Anna Mae Gingerich, Mary Good, Helen Hake, Edna Harmon, Deloris Heilman, Elsie Henry, Virginia Henry, Doris Hildebrand, Myrtle Hoke, Phylis Jordan, Betty Kauffman, Olga Landis, Virginia Lehr, Evelyn Miley, Evelyn Mller, Ruth jane Miller, Dorothy Patterson, jane Price, Lyda Reichard, Louise Rittall. Edna Rohrbaugh, Mae Rohrbaugh, Dolores Ruby. Eleanor Shelly, Okal Shenberger, Betty Sipe, Lillian Slick, Gladys Snyder, ,lean Snyder, Dorothy Stambaugxh, Grace Stambaugh, Regina Stottlemyer, Mary Anna Strickhouser, Evelyn Throne, Jean Wherley, Betty Wogan, Lucille Floyd, Ruth Winters, Ethel Vifinters, Mary Innerst, Madge Rentzel, Arlene Bentzel, Ruby Smith, Mary Olive Shaull, Ruth Balm, Louise Fogel, Yvonne Gladfelter, Evelyn Newcomer, Betty Rutter, Ruth Mundis, Julia Lehr, Frances Wherley, Anna Mae Bartell, Ruth Brandt. U05 S IHKIIII Hi-Y Club Joe Stough . . President William Gates . VicefPresident Philip Altland . . Secretary Bruce Ruby .... . . Treasurer Under the supervision of Mr. Clifford S. Gunnett the HifY club was organized September, 1937. During the year various aniusements were sponsored by the club: skating party, moving pictures, swimming party, and a hike. A trust fund was established for the purpose of providing additional equipment for the new school building. Members: Philip Altland, Carl Bear, Earl Bear, Billy Bair, Paul Brandt, Clifford Chronis ter, Jack Clay, Robert Dern, Tom Doll, Paul Dittenhafer, Frank Dittenhaier, Gordon Drescher, David Eshelman, Clarence Epply, Ivan Gates, William Gates, George Geesey, Charles Gentzler, Nelson Gingerich, Robert Grim, Harold Haines, Stanley Hartman, Paul Julius, Sherwood Landis, Robert Miley, John McSherry, Glenn Newcomer, William Rittall, Keith Ruby, Bruce Ruby, James Snellbaker, Nelson Snyder, Vfilliam Sollenberger, Charles Stackhouse, Robert Tyson, jack Yeaple, Clifton Hoffman, Charles Yinger, Ioe Stough, Roy Krebs, Harry Lehr, Herbert Suereth, Howard Kerns, Charles Reever, Dwight Smith, Russel Witmer, Donald Snyf der, Paul Everhart. C515 l938 1938 SPABKLEB Cheering Club Gladys McGomas . President Rodney Billet . . . VicefPresident Spurgeon Hoffman . . Secretary Jack Peeling . . . . Treasurer To prepare future and Wellftrained cheerleaders as well as to boost school activf ities, a Cheering 'club was organized under the supervision of Charles C. Leber. This club replaced the Booster eluh of previous years. Gladys McComas was elected as cheerleaderfinfchief for the 1937138 term. Rodney Billet was elected to take her position during the 193869 term. Members: Purdeon Luckenbaugh, Madeline Plaine, Jane Price, Rodney Billet, Ruby Smith, Lillian Slick, Eleanor Shelly, Dorothy Baumgardner, Dorothy Patterf son, Anna Mae Bartell, Esther Baublitz, Mary Good, Louise Rittall, Georgianna Ensminger, Ethel Miller, Dorothy Brenneman, Robert Leighton, Robert lnners, Deloris Heilman, Betty Wogan, Ruth Brothers, Harvey Lease, Henry Lehr, Jack Peeling, Richard Bartell, Gladys McComas, Jean Frantz. 4527 IHKLETI Dramatic Club Mary Clive Shaull President Dora Frantz . . Secretary Walter March . Treasurer Cnefact skits, radio programs, choral reading, and an address by Harry Seyler, amateur actor of the York Little Theater, featured the programs of the Dramatic club for the current school year. Several senior members journeyed to Baltimore to see Shakespeare's "Richard Ill' and "Julius Caesar." A group also saw L'Room Service" at Hershey. Robert E. Everhart advises this club. Members: Ruth Bahn, Mary Becker, Louise Bentzel, Merle Billet, Frank Byers, Doris Charleston, Ethel Chronister, Mary Dressel, Louise Druck, Geraldine Ehrhart, Ruth Eyler, Dora Frantz, Kenneth Geesey, Ianet Gray, Helen Hake, Kathryn Hamme, Edna Harman, Ruth Hays, Sara Heindel, Virginia Heiland, Virginia Henry, Martha Hoffman, Phyllis Jordan, Margaret King, Dwight Kohr, Olga Landis, julia Lehr, NValter March, Clarence Monk, janet Pfaltzgraff, Gladys Sauerwald, Mary Olive Shaull, Llewellyn Swartz. Evelyn Throne, Ruth Witmer. UU 1938 1938 S BKLEB Handicraft Club Doris Hildebrand . . . President Dorothy Stambaugh . Viceflnresident Ruby Meyers . . . Secretary Lyda Reichard ...... Treasurer Under the supervision of Miss Lecrone the Handicraft club, reorganized on October 22, completed projects in embroidery work and made various articles of crepe paper, felt and leather. The projects were suggested and carried out by the members of the club. Members: Dolores Anstine, Ivlary Ensminger, Lucille Floyd, Anna Mae Gingf erich, Geraldine Goodling, Mildred Hamm, Gladys Heidler, Elsie Henry, Doris Hilf debrand, Miriam Hoover, Geraldine Harbold, Fairy Hamme, Betty Kauffman, Dorf othy Kann, Ruby Meyers, Merry Noel Poet, Mae Rohrbaugh, Edna Rohrbaugh, Dolores Ruby, Lyda Reichard, Helen Stahle, Dorothy Stambaugh, Mary Anna Strickhouser, Okal Shenberger, Regina Stottlemyer, Betty Strine, Ruth Winters. U47 S BKLEB Library Club Evelyn Miller . . . President Gladys Snyder . . VicefPresident Dorothy Hoffman . . Secretary Jean Wherley ...... Treasurer To provide for the care and maintenance of the high school library, the Library club was reorganized October 22 under the supervision of Laura Burket. The club engaged in cataloging books, arranging card files, and completing regf ular library work. The librarians also sponsored a skating party and theater party. The librarians for the year were: Gladys Snyder, head librarian, Mary Weaver, assistant head librarian, Evelyn Miller, Evelyn Drescher, Virginia Zarfoss, Betty Sipe, Dorothy Hoffman, Ruth Brandt, Esther Reynolds, Myrtle Hoke, Gladys Sauerwald, Dorothy Kann, Mary Elizabeth Dressel, Helen Charleston, Charlotte Rishel, Frances Wherley, Margaret Kohr, Helena Zumbrum, Janet Pfaltzgraff, Betty Rutter. Members: Jean Snyder, Janet Dahr, Janet Eishel, Ruth Mundis, Charlotte Rishf el, Esther Reynolds, Rosella Blanc, Vivian Heidler, Anna Poe, Mary Innerst, Helen Charleston, Myrtle Hoke, Margaret Kohr, Evelyn Drescher, Norma Bear, Frances Wherley, Betty Rutter, jean Wherley, Arlene Blessing, Louise Eogel, Helena Zumf brum, Mary Weaver, Gladys Snyder, Hazel Crone, Ruth Brandt, Betty Sipe, Mildred Spangler, Dorothy Kann, Virginia Zarfoss, Evelyn Miller, Dorothy Hoff' man. C559 198 V1 4 n 1938 BKLEB Girls' Basketball Encountering strong opposition from the teams in the newlyfformed York County Girls' Basketball league, the local sextet finished the season with a total of seven victories and four defeats, Under the direction of Charles C. Leber, coach, the girls played all twofcourt games. Romaine Corwell and Betty Wogan, forwards, were the highfscoring mem' bers of the team. Members: Gladys McComas, managerg Dorothy Brenneman, Regina Stottlef myer, Mary Good, Doris Corwell, Betty Wogan, Ivlary Buehler, Jane Price, Gerf aldine Goodling, Kathryn Swartz, Romaine Corwell, Louise Rittall, Charles C. Leber, coach. Schedule ' December 7 North York Delta . . .. . . . .11 28 North York Alumni .. .... 18 january 14 North York ..... . . . Manchester . . . .12 18 North York Y. C. l. ....... 18 Z8 North York Hallam ..... . . . 28 February 11 North York lxlanchester . .13 18 North York West York .... 15 24 North York Hallam . . . . . 32 27 North York Delta . . . . S Mareli 1 North York Y. C. I. ...... 22 KATHRYN SWARTZ 4 North York. .. . NV. York Qforfeitj Captain f 60 l SPAJHKLEII Freshmen Basketball Coached by C. C. Ruby, the frosh squad fought hard throughout the league campaign. The squad was unsuccessful in many of the contests, but gained an added ex' perience which should prove valuable in forming a successful varsity team. In addition to the regular league games, numerous exhibition games were schcdf uled for the benefit of the younger members of the squad. Members: jack Yeaple, joe Snyder, Charles Jordan, Robert Inners, Wilf liam Crouse, Raymond Hoffman, Richard Kerns, Richard Bartell, Ray Sollenberger, Carroll Jones, Robert Miley, Gordon Drescher, Forrest Landis, Henry Sutton, Charles Centzler, Raymond Hoffman, Lynwood Schlceter, Raymond Price, Robert Leighton. Schedule December 21 North York .............. Dallastown January 7 North York .. Red Lion . 11 North York .. West York 14 North York .. Mt. Rose 21 North York ..... .. Mt. Wculf February 2 North York .. Mt. Rose . 4 North York . . Dallastown 10 North York .. Red Lion . 15 North York .. West York 25 North York ....... Mt. Wcvlf C619 1938 1938 RKLER Varsity Baseball At the time of this writing, Coach Ruby's varsity baseball team seems chamf pionship-bound in the York County Scholastic baseball league. Thus far the team is undefeated and leading the Class A division. Nonfleague victims of the Grange and Black are York High school and Y. C. I. The feature of this pennant drive has been the pitching of John Gladfelter, senf ior moundsman. He has hurled three nofhit, nofrun games, two against Dallastown, the other against York High. Kerns, Fry and Dittenhafer are pacing the batters. Members: Clarence Monk, manager, Dwight Smith, Howard Kerns, Clair Fry, Paul Dittenhafer, john Gladfelter, Sherwood Landis, Earl Bear, George Glatfelter, Russel Witmer, George Geesey, Nelson Snyder, Gerald Hess, Donald Charleston Stanley Hartman, Donald Snyder. 2 Schedule Y A 4 April 1 North York Manchester . . . 11 North York New Freedom 13 North York ..., . . . Red Lion . .. 22 North York Dallastown . . Z6 North York Y. C. I. . .. Z9 North York Red Lion . May 2 North York Y. C. I. 5' North York Manchester . . . 6 North York Dallastown . . . 10 North York York High . 13 North York New Freedom .... GEORGE GLATFELTER 14 North York York High . Captain 1629 SPABKLEB Varsity Track North York's track and field squad, coached by C. C. Leber, won live dual meets during the past season. The team defeated West York 5246, Dallastown, 7823, Glen Rock, 4623, and Manchester in two meets, 6029, and 6Of21. The squad did not compete in the Penn Relays but instead participated in the Shippensburg interscholastic meet. The team also competed in the Red Lion Track and Field meet, May 17. Red Lion narrowly defeated the local squad in Class A division. Red Lion won with 24 3f5 points, North York placed sccond with 22 points. Members: C. C. Leber, coach, Clarence Einsig, manager, Max Klinefelter and Dwight Kohr, cofcaptainsg Walter March, Keith Ruby, Howard Kerns, Roy Krebs, Billy Bair, Walter Ross, Clair Frey, Paul Everhart, Bruce Ruby, Gerald Hess, Joe Stough, Nelson Snyder, Donald Charleston, Charles Yinger, Cordon Drescher, Blaine Snyder, Clarence Epply, Howard Delle, Robert Dern. DWIGHT KOHR MAX KLINEFELTER CofCaptains C 63 D 1938 S BKLEB Girls' Track The track schedule for the North York girls' team includes a meet with West York and participation in the Red Lion Track and Field meet. Under the direction of Charles G. Leber, track coach, the girls, including a large number of junior high students, practiced nightly on the playground field. Events for girls are the relays, dashes, basketball and baseball throws, and volleyball. The volleyball team scored a first place at the Red Lion meet in competition against Dillsburg and Manchester. Mary Good tied for Hrst place in the 5Ofyard dash with the Dillsburg contestant. For the fourth consecutive year, the North York relay team rated a first place. The winning time was 26.3. Mary Good, Louise Rittall, Mary Buehler and Kathryn Swartz composed the team. Doris Gorwell, a member of the junior high team, placed HI'St in the baseball throw. The junior relay team also scored a first premium. Members: Mary Buehler, Phyllis Jordan, Gladys Mc' Comas, Kathryn Swartz. Louise Rittall, Jean Wherley, Mary Good and Julia Lehr. Guinvs McCoMAs Captain C 64 D IP IUKLEII Soccer Soccer was restored to the sports program at North York high school last fall after a lapse of seven years. An enthusiastic squad reported to Coach Ruby im' mediately. , The team lost several hard-fought games but succeeded in tying Mt. Rose, Han- over and Dillsburg. Scoreless games were played against Dillsburg and Mt. Rose. Members: Dwight Smith, George Glatfelter, Howard Kerns, Russel Witmer, Max Klinefelter, Herbert Suereth, Earl Bear, Stanley Hartman, Roy Krebs, Joe Stough, Billy Bair, Donald Snyder, Paul Dittenhafer, William Sollenberger, Sher' wood Landis, Tom Doll. Schedule Q September Z4 North York .... .... O Dover . . . 2 October 1 North York Mt. Rose ..... 13 North York Manchester 22 North York Dillsburg ..... 26 North York Hanover . .... . 29 North York Dover .. . November 2 North York .... .... M t. Rose 7 North York Manchester 9 North York Dillsburg 15 North York Hanover . PAUL DITTENHAFER Captain C 65 J 1938 1938 S BKLEII Letter Athletes Boys' Basketball Howard Kerns Dwight Smith George Glatfelter Nelson Gingerich Herbert Suereth Baseball Earl Bear George Glatfelter Clair Fry Russel Witmer Sherwood Landis Russel Witmer George Glatfelter Herbert Suereth Paul Dittenhafer Soccer Howard Kerns john Gladfelter Dwight Smith Earl Bear Roy Krebs William Sollenberger Howard Kerns Dwight Smith Joe Stough Max Klinefelter Paul Dittenhafer Girls' Basketball Romaine Corwell Kathryn Swartz Boys' Track lwlax Klinefelter Kathryn Swartz Myrtle Hoke julia Lehr Frances Wherley jean Wherley Girls' Track Volley Ball C 66 5 Dwight Kohr Mary Good Gladys McComas Geraldine Boyer Phyllis Jordan Mary Buehler ADVERTISEMENTS 'V Q S IUKIIII --- l I Phone 6695 - We Specialize in Concrete, Plaster and Mason Supplies STANDARD CONCRETE PRODUCTS CO.. Inc. Manufacturers and Distributors of Crushed Stone. Concrete Products and Building Supplies North Sherman Street fl.-ixtencledj YORK, PENNA. QUALITY FEED i SOHOOL CALENDAR Starting Mashes - Egg Mashes DAIRY FEEDS I Garden Seed - Field Seed FERTILIZERS ALTMAN 'S l CASH FEED STORE 337 W. King sf., YORK, PA. C 69 Sept. 1- Sept. 2 September Days of mental strain began. The total en' rollment showed an increase of five Over that of last year. Five less seniors and five less freshmen-are the seniors lagging, thus causing a jam in the lower classes? Good results from the I. Q. test given to freshmen. Encouragef ment for the faculty? 1938 1933 S ABKLEB C O H E N B R O S . Moose Building, 157 South George St. I SPORTING GOODS JEWELRY LUGGAGE ' GUNS and RIFLES AMMUNITION - EVERYTHING FOR EVERY SPORT - Sept. 23-Annual flower show sponsored by the Girl Reserves. Of Sept. 24-Two educational reels Distinction were shown in asf sembly. In comes visual education, out goes mental concenf tration-the modern way of living? We hope not! October N Cct. 5, 6, 7, 8-School closed for Y0fk Fair- HENRY A. BATES Oct. 14, 15-No school, Teach' Florist ers' Institute. Oct. 16,17-No school, Saturf day and Sunday. 23 South Beaver Sr. C705 S BKLEB I FAIRCLOTH RESTAURANT HAM, STEAK and CI-IOP DINNERS Week-day Dinners Home-Made Soup 25c Sundaes l Pensupreme Ice Cream '5BOB" FAIRCLOTH, Prop. Phone 64338 1030 N. George St. Oct. 29-Four Halloween par' ties in full force. Sevf eral of the faculty at' N tended all of them. lf Incorporated 1 ' The attraction E fun or refreshments? QUALITY BUILDERS' November SUPPLIES Nov. 2-Seniors ordered class rings. Something to be thankful for at Link-Belt Stokers Thanksgwmg' Nov. 5-Sophomore bazaar. Ugite Road Binders Nov. 23-Old Mother Earth was broken at Queen Phone 2039 YORK, PA. street playground. Q71 198 E E w 5 l 1938 SPABKLEB COMPLIMENTS or THE WARNER BROS. THEATER CO. Jan. Feb Feb Feb 26-Second semester be' gins but the faculty is still carrying bun' clles of that special paper from the first semester. February Lend me your ears! Wearisome classes inf terrupted by the test with the audiometer. 11-Basketball, Red Lion at North York folf lowed by Girl Ref serves dance. I9-The junior class presented "Lady Spit' fire." l I 1 l Wiring - Fixlurcs - Appliances PHILCO - GRUNOW and GENERAL ELECTRIC R ,A D I O S Westinghouse Refrigerators LAUER 6: GROSS Electrical Contractors 1366 W. Market St. 74 ,i 1 5 s E 5 5 5 'E E ii .H 5 5 E 2 5 4 7 as sz WN .ww ' Mia - ..:w,-,.A,.:m ff, , M.-.vf.,.,,X,,..,,W W..m.WMm,M..f, - ' 4'-4 -f - 1938 S RKLEB . l PENNSYLVANIA GAS 5: ELECTRIC CO. 127 West Market Street - - - YORK, PA Fgbl 23-Skating party gpgnf Diamond Rings Wrist Watches sored by the HifY club. Loosen your joints, faculty! March FRANK REESE Mar. 9-Freshmen chose class officers. Perhaps they should consult Web' Ieweler ster on that three' syllable word, officer. Mar. 15-Gymnastic exhibition by the East Stroudsf burg Teachers' Col' lege. Did you say our students are go' ing to attempt such miraculous fe a t s ? Don't crack your me' dulla oblongata! Try Our Repair Service 1012 N. George St., York Phone 37390 76 S RKLEB lfifililia B Kilililill B R E York's only designer and maker of high grade diamond platinum jewelry - fraternal jewels and solid gold and platinum class jewelry. FRANILG . BAYER, cipmroiygfnisrmcnvr Jrwruvaj 17--r-119 E. MARKET ST. YORK, PENN A. Showroom-2nd Floor Shop-2nd and 3rd Floors The Only Shop in York Where You Can Actually See Your Jewelry Being Made Mar. 23-Our "typists" were humiliated b y t h e amateur champion. April Electrify Your Kitchen Cook Electrically EDISON LIGHT AND April l April 6 -Did you see our songsters come "Ridf ing Down the Sky?" -We wonder how many miles were toured by the friends and members of the Library club at the White Rose Arena. POWER CO. April 22-Candy! Cake! Ice Cream! Support the senior class, at the York, Pa. bazaar. 77 193 1938 SPABKLEB LEINHARDT BROTHERS Always Visit Our Store -: K' ,S w gig I 532 ' 'm":f:'X2' 'Esta U as M A E :1: 5 'is :,...,-,.ai...,...,.,M 1.1. , Q Before Buying F U R N I T U R E Value, Quality, and Style at Prices You Can Afford to Pay 281-83 West Market Street YORK, PENNA. Ap1'il25-For the fifth time, We Are P1-eqsed students were given yellow, rectangular May 14 May 18, May 29, cards on which their parents should sign their names. May -York County track and field meet at Red Lion. 19, 20-The seniors were given their last chance to write all inf formation acquired while in high school. Final examinations. 27, 31-More grow' ing pains-Semester examinations. C 737 that we are the Photog- raphers selected to make the Photographs in this book. We are always ready to serve you in the latest in Photog- raphy. We carry a lovely supply of Frames. B SHADLE STUDIO 58 S. Beaver St. York, Pa. SPAJHKLEII GLADFELTER'S STORE Dial 64434 Qi UlY,y o.Q unnuunv 1 Lgff Fancy Groceries and Choice Delicatessens Iygp Patronize the Store that displays the Community Insignia Cor. N. George St. and Sixth Ave. LEARN BEAUTY CULTURE . . . May May 2 9-Baccalaureate Services at the Fifth United Brethren church. .10-No school, Memorial 'a A Complete Course For a day'- Successful Career June june 1-Class day exercises. June 2-Commencement exerf B. ROSENFIELD ms' Registered june J Did the freshmen prove themselves cap- , able? Nevertheless, all York School of Half and X students said farewell Cosmetology to their Alma Mater. 120 N. George St., York, Pa. 4797 1938 1938 SP P E R R Y ' S Barber and Beauty l SHOPS i l 1123 N. George Street l Phone 30496 l "What means the word ihaf Zaar'? They say we're having one, Will it go very far? Will we have any fun?" She took her problems very hard But school she did adore, A's crowded the report card Of this studious sophomore. l w Then a Junior i'Unly two more years to go, ' Then what shall I do? They won't pass very slow For I'm already half way I through." I I 4325 BKLEB J. Fred Small R. C. McAfee HOME ELECTRIC CO. 113 South George St. ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS Wiring - Fixtures - Appliances Royal Typewriters "End the Day with a Smile" Buy a ROYAL Typewriter with Touch Control BANCROFT'S 33 South Duke St. Dial 2997 S IUKLEHI 44 U I 1 I 1-1. K. BILLETT 6. soN I I 1 Compliments I Builders of of I I I D1st1nct1ve I I ' Cemetery Memorials I THE CAREVA North George Street I at Third Avenue I York, Penna. I F.. . G R E E N ' S This junior girl was tactful, She knew 'Ignorance was blissf Therefore she was amiable With every little novice. I PASTEURIZED MILK "Each and every time I turn Some good lesson I could I learn ' 'fc T B 3' i . In team OP Ottles Smoothly as a piece of glass All the days and months do i pass." I Very polite but no longer timid As during the years before, ulnstant Ffozenw No longer considered the rules , as rigid, I C E C R E A M I This brilliant junior. I . 1335 1933 1933 S BKLEII T E M P ' S "SHOE HEALTH" Headquarters WOLF GI-ING'S SHOE STORE GROCERIES 1121 N. George St., York, Pa. f - and - NO'I'IONS The Home of Buster Brown and "Brown-Bilt Health Shoesv Now a Senior Now a senior in room nine, This lively little lass Always has a cheerful line For each one in the class. When she began in '35 She made a resolution, In every class she would strive To make a contribution. Mistakes were made Only once fwe hopej She attained the grade, With all she could cope? ? This little story which could be true? ? ? My best I did relate, So now I say to all 'Adieuf For the class of '38. CANDY CIGARS Try Our Ice Creamg You'll Like It NORTH END LUNCH ROOM 1124 North George St. F. A. SHINDEL, Prop. 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For complete information on the best method of displaying a given subject call our Service Department. +1 Lim, mlf-mar, nm n 1 1 1 1 E 5 x .. .1,f, e 3 5 ,Q YORK COLOR PLATE COQ Albert H. Shettel, Dist. Mgr. West Disiniecting 6m AVE. 8: OGONTZ ST., YORK, PENNA. HERSHEY BAKING l COMPANY PRODUCTS Company , 1 25 North Duke St., York, Pa. 4 , , DISTINCTLY Dzsnfectants Liquid Soap W Liquid Floor Wax Floor Oils Paper Towels t Toilet Tissue Floor Finishes janitorial Supplies Puma 37210 York, PH- C90 SPAJHKLEHR CKEEHED sclean as a bnfatlz ofSpri1y For Quality Cleaning Let Us Se Yo E 2 4 J 1938 193 14u,Z'oqaa7z!14 BKLEB I WIRE-O-BINDING PATENTS PENDING THE PHILADELPHIA EINDERV. INC.. SELLING AGENTS FINIS S ABKLEB Grchestra Edna A. Binkley, new music instructor, reorganized the North York school orchestra immediately after the opening of school in September. The orchestra, consisting of high school and grade students, rendered selections at the operetta and junior and senior class plays. Trumpet Saxaphone Kathryn Swartz Virginia Lehr Glenn Cousler Robert Everhart Max Klinefelter Philip Botterbusch Forrest Landis Martin Everhart Vigliggs jay Grove . R by B Emil Eyler O en ear Paul Boileau Tromlwone Guitar Paul Kauffman Clarence Einsig 1 Drums Pianist LeRoy Good Thelma Shonk C435 SPMUREHJHR llperetta 'lRiding Down the Sky," a twofact operetta by Geoffrey F. Morgan and Geoff frey O'Hara, was presented by the boys' and girls' glee clubs in the playground auditorium April 1, 2. R. E. Everhart, coach of dramatics, and Edna A. Binkley. music supervisor, were in charge of the production. Cast Ben Baker, a young American aviator . . . Jack Peeling George McDonald, a mining expert ...... Blaine Snyder Joshua Scroggins, an airplane deckfhand .... Williani Sollenberger Don Pedro De Garvanza, president of Santa Delmonica . . Carmelita his daughter , g .... Pepita, her friend .... . Rosa Escondido, a matronly duenna . . . Don Jose Del Molino, an elderly suitor . . . Francisco Bandino, a revolutionary conspirator . . Maria Bandino, his Wife .... Sgt. Timothy Riley, a U. S. A. Marine . . . Fernando Gonzales, the president's bodyguard . Walter March . . Gkal Shenberger . Dora Frantz Virginia Heiland Rodney Billet Dale Everhart Kathryn Swartz Clarence Eppley . Billy Bair C47l 1933 S RKLEB Girl Reserves Mary Clive Shaull ..... President Romaine Corwell . . VicefPresident Olga Landis . . Secretary Evelyn Throne ...... Treasurer Under the supervision of Mrs. Gail Cunningham, the Girl Reserves was ref organized on September 15. During the 1937418 term the Girl Reserves gave 3575 worth of shrubbery to im' prove the appearance of the north end of the school building. Activities of the club included: a flower show, September 23, faculty entertain' ment, September BO, sale of candy at Business Show, recognition service of new members and awarding of pins to members of good standing for four years, singing at York County Home, Mother and Daughter party, December 20, visit to Edison Light and Power Company, February 7, party at Y. W. C. A., March 4, Penny Carnival, March 19, Girl Reserve Dance, April 23, Girl Reserve pageant, May 6, and a semifformal dance. A camping trip is scheduled for June 6, 7. Meinbersz Dolores Anstine, Esther Baublitz, Norma Bear, Mary Becker, Merle Billet, Ros' ella Blanc, Elcanor Boyson, Dorothy Brenneman, Ruth Brothers, Doris Charleston, Romaine Corwell, Evelyn Drescher, Mary Dressel, Louise Mae Druck, Geraldine Ehrhart, Georgianna Ensminger, Mary Ensminger, Ruth Eyler, Janet Fishel, Dora Frantz., Jean Frantz, Anna Mae Gingerich, Mary Good, Helen Hake, Edna Harmon, Deloris Heilman, Elsie Henry, Virginia Henry, Doris Hildebrand, Myrtlc Hoke, Phylis jordan, Betty Kauffman, Olga Landis, Virginia Lehr, Evelyn Miley, Evelyn M'ller, Ruth Jane Miller, Dorothy Patterson, Iane Price, Lyda Reichard, Louise Rittall, Edna Rohrbaugh, Mae Rohrbaugh, Dolores Ruby, Eleanor Shelly, Ckal Shenberger, Betty Sipe, Lillian Shck, Gladys Snyder, Jean Snyder, Dorothy Stambaugh, Grace Stambaugh, Regina Stottlemyer, Mary Anna Strlckhouser, Evelyn Throne, Jean Wherley, Betty Wogan, Lucille Floyd, Ruth Winters, Ethel Vxfinters, Mary lnnerst, Madge Rentzel, Arlene Bentzel, Ruby Smith, Mary Olive Shaull, Ruth Bahn, Louise Fogel, Yvonne Gladfelter, Evelyn Newcomer, Betty Rutter, Ruth Mundis, Julia Lehr. 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