Northeastern High School - Les Memoires Yearbook (Manchester, PA)

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U .N 5 3. 42, I -Era I E 11 I ww :J wh s l , - .A U- I f 'vf U' " 1 4.7 una 7?67 The Yearbook of the Students of Northeastern Junior-Senior High School Monchester, Pennsylvonio Volume 3 . f f 1 f f f , f ' f 352. 'rig 7f2WffL'7 Yv'13fif2'QCZ-5:f5:jfIEtff1,-451''ff-:Z',f,2'f:2Z"i,'k'f1 f .- ,Wy f1:.s:fyg.ffW t- '- 'tt tt --t. .W ,1 . ,-'iz 1'25:15133111-fsz:1n'ft2f:cz,fff - fe ' A -...--., A ' '1 1-sg.: ,..n.- r I I vmrmmmm vxruwrwr h E 4 l.- H 'it A 4 .sp 1 3 I I 4 i .. QTW"T: I ,g Wm- '- F "TJ-"T"'TT',T'l 53 -' 'LIN ' . 5, - . ff' . I. -Hliw.. -... . . Steals swiftly by, and, ere we dream ot manhood, age is nigh! - JUVENAL Because ot the swittness with which these last years have fled, we have chosen to salute Time in the presentation ot this yearbook. Between these covers we have attempted to create a bridge which will, as each year passes, span the ever-widening gap between past and present. ln the publication of this edition ot Les Memoires, we hope to have captured the year, l96l, so that its memories may be preserved forever. i v 2 . j'15fjE-'gl' ' ilnfrrii:-fi 1 ' .1 -, A M i X In .- f I I x 1 11 I ' gi 11 'z X I 1 1 'ff !, 4 Administration . . . 5 Faculty ....... 9 Seniors .. . 21 Activities ..... . 53 Organizations .. . 69 Sports ....... 89 Underclossmen . . . . 107 i qi i 'w A is Q 'K -1 C' W 4 yi ,s 5 i 1 A 4 J a fl 14 li I-1 Ai 'f 1 'IE 23 gl X f V ' ' ' "A' ' ' 521 4 , 527 .f W7 ,,,f-7,5 4 ,, A, , cfczffci 7w'eicQ21Q3frL3 """f+----f---f--'VL W..--e... f- A J a v We wish to express our deep appreciation to those who have contributed the most in the molding of our lives. With their guidance behind us and our ambitions before us, we are prepared to take that important step forward into the world of tomorrow. Saying thanks in a small but sincere way, we the class of l96l, respectfully dedi- cate this edition of Les lvlemoires to our parents for wisdom and understanding granted us through the years. I r ,, - W ' "ffl-' J., f 1- r' ..' .- . L ' W .Ze .J . A, , ff Q , 3 w as ,i.i , fc 5 ' g, "!'T-FZ1T'Q'- at 1' .- if ' een . ' H ' 1 1 Y? Knowledge is indeed that wlwiclw next to virtue, truly and essentially raises one man above another." - ADDISON lffllvfl- ..... . . QE'-FTW S pwncdpd Clarence R. Orendorf B.S., M.Ecl. Millersville, Penn State Mr. Orendorf has rendered thirty years of service to this district beginning as a teacher of elementary school in New- berry Township and later in Lewisberry Boro. As an administrator, he served as princi- pal of Mt. Wolf Jr. High and Manchester High School, Assistant County Superin- tendent and County Superintendent, and Supervising Principal ot Northeastern School District in i953 and from i957 to the present. U I I Sec M Busser, Treas. SEATED: C. Coble, V. Pres.5 .E .fi t7 ins 2-b,..... g.,,.c..Q. .. .. . .., , .. up-'z-mzgpusize-sm.Q.isx ' gag,-L,i'gil UM: V ,A ,Q ,, I , Q f, Charles Sutton B.S., M.Ed. Carnegie Institute of Technology, Dusquesne University, Bowling Green State University Mr. and Mrs. Sutton and children, Gary, Robin, and Brian. pwddliwf Mr. Sutton's teaching experience was gained at Yuma, Arizona, and Gibsonburg, Ohio, as a music instructor. His career as an administrator began when he assumed the responsibilities of principal and part-time music instructor at the high school in East Smithfield, Pennsylvania, This has been Mr. Sutton's first year with our school district. Under his competent leader- ,ship Northeastern High has grown and prospered. 7 56? ,-fmuznz Pwmgme Arthur T. Hendrix B.S., M.Ed. University of Wisconsin Penn State University Mr. Hendrix began his service with the school district at Mt. Wolt Junior High School ,,, ..,,, Ami n. . . " A ' J' ,. .. ,-1 .., f if f s - !r'F'3"? , ff 'Z , lr . 6. 4 l ,fy f 'L Richard B. Reift B.S.Ed,, M.S.Ed. Kutztown State College Temple University Mr. Reitt began teaching in West Boro School District in i944 as an art teacher and supervisor and an instructor ot English. He came to Northeastern School District in i954 and taught art at Mt. Walt Junior High School. ln i956 he became curriculum coordinator of the school district, the position he presently holds. --....,. .... ,Wg 8 ,M in i949 as an instructor in Pennsylvania his- tory, basic mathematics, civics, health, and physical education. From 1953 to i958 he served as principal ot the junior high school. Upon moving to the new junior-senior high school in l958, he became the Assistant Principal of North- eastern, the otlhce which he now fills. i , ' "' l1'l'471r'g gxlxfgr' jx-if 7, 5 5 J-532, ff , . .,.,. wi' xw xv' ww' -'cf ., .xv vin xig cl Va . x. ,xx l idx? xx fn "As 0 field, however fertile, connof be fruitful wiilrx- out cultivation, neiflxer can cu mind vviflxouf learning. - CICERO x A rl'. If. A ry Yi' 1' f . we ........-r..........4. -J-msn. I I. :I gif' r 1 I l l pm 5 . .fm ".'.-5 -y"gm'G A tw-:":.H ,f - 2' 1, ,, 7.41511 wwf Experimenting to produce carbon dioxide. 3 . lZ..,Q 1? ,--175 1,1-ye W., WWDL Surf' We .feafuz 74 2 Science, with its infinite possibilities in every walk of lite, presents an opportunity to investigate ancl explore the tasci- nation of the unknown. Northeastern's science department oFlers a background in the basic sciences and a chance to continue in the advanced courses of physics and chemistry. Each course provides the student with an appreciation for and o general comprehension ot what is taking place in the world of science. In addition to the formal classroom work, science-minded pupils are given an opportunity to display their talents by participating in the annual science fairs of the surrounding area. JOSEPH KLI NE B.S. Millersville JOSEPH OLSHEFSKI B.S. Bloomsburg, Penn State Biol., Geog, Soc. Studies. Phys. Sci., Chemistry. CHARLES PIKE B.S. THOMAS RUTLAND B.S.Ed. Millersville Millersville, Bucknell Science. Y.J.C., Physics. 10 L' l. A-'i"+f":f?i'14fft1'Rwh - W.- z vf i . it J f A q2'12"' 1 V f1'1:,'v'f71 "" 'Q 1 it "" Q 7f' :f'1,f'i',1 31 2 , V f ' 'f 1' V -l,?i?cx,' , f. E :4 A I 1.2: V up M5154 JOHN R. ALLISON B.A. V 7 "A' ' ' ' ""'l' ' Q ' " J ' " f .fi 'MW' an fy ffgzmifyfir Southeastern' Louisiana History, Math. WARREN DOLL B.S., M.S.Ed. Dickinson, Temple U. Math FAYE KLINE B.S. Millersville Math ERNEST MARKEL B.S. Millersville Moth JOYCE MEYERS M.A., B.S. Shippensburg, Columbia U. General Math, Algebra ANNABELLE STUDEBAKER B.S. West Chester, U. of Arizona Math ffnd l40t4ZQ6 Advanced math teaches us the theorems of parallel lines. -41' Q mi WW X 'Y 'Wise-4 91? if f' 'if ,fp ' ff? zz" f 1 I , f ,swf , f f 44 Z! f ' film. The aim of any mathematics program is to develop clear, logical thinking. Ours at Northeastern is divided into three specihc phases, academic, commercial, and general, with some degree of specialization in each department. The aca- demic department contains the advanced courses ot mathematics for college- bound students. The work tor all groups is geared to the mastery ot fundamentals and to interpreting the puzzling intricacies ot numbers The goal ot the department is to treat mathematics as a living, growing subiect, which calls tor new and better teaching techniques, many of which have already become part ot our mathematics program. 11 X r ' 'We' T' , 1 5 ,J 1 Q l ,-..... .......,......,4..., ,E--1.,4g,..a,...x1g1'1,LYiE. E. . ' 1.14. . - ' E .l, ' ...- ,giuf MVN BARBARA DIETZ B.S. Millersville English LESTER GROSS B.S. Millersville History, English 1 We , A PHYLus Lic-HTNER B. Mus. M.A. Millersville ' West Minster Choir College English ' fl , EDWARD KRAUS B.A., B.S. ' F a M, Temple U- ' i 'V German, Science, Health 5 53 .272 JAMES R.AVER B.S. l fr- 'V Elizabethtown 5, ffl e , I ' English, Reading .iid li L V' SHIRLEY slPE B.A. Q, Marywood 553-' . Latin, French - '11 I l x ...,n1L:..f,,,5E?,4 I-65.55 i MARGARET WALES, A.B, GERALD SMELTZER, B.A. Lebanon Valley College k W 1 M W 5' Roberts Wesleyan Cornell University l ,I English English l ROBERT YODER B.S., M.Ed. MERRILL CUTSHALL B.S. t M ? Shippensburg, Penn State Juniata English Social Studies 19? 19 4 Q l Records aid our enioymenl of foreign arts, 12 Lv . 1-ir., .fy ll "1 , I! - s A ' ' I ' " ' 1- ft I -+.'mw,,,,-iw, ,mfg ,V , ...,-..v.n- JU,,,.S'j ' 'QM " ' , - cf. A I I tr, .V-., . , ,.,. ,,..,. ,,, .,A,,.,. .. . .- - - - -, 1 Y,,,ty,5 ,,l..:,.-.4 f.., t. ,.,Af.u.qa-.. -- . I . 7i'4'2fftQu:5 1, 4 n ,L X ' f 'f , , I v 4'Kk-Av- CLARENCE HAKE B A Oberlin College Each phase ot the language arts department attempts to assure the student of an lncreasmg command and understandmg of the langcage The English course provndes a chance for the student to develop hrs rndnvudual talents for Imaginative think mg speakrng and wntung To vary forexgn language classes customs and cultures of the countries also are studied through their muslc llterature and llves Librarian Social Studies lunks the anclent world with modern tumes To study the past sn order to prepare tor the future ns the arm ot the social studies department Their program attempts to Inspire a respect for America her hen tage her culture and her people and to teach the value of good crtlzenshrp In a democratrc system ot government To attarn these ends the department nn addutuon to class work sponsors tlelcl trnps to governmental mstx tutnons JOHN DOLL B S F GM W Cultures Hlstory Geography PHILIP KESSLER B S Mlllersvxlle Am Hustory W Cultures ALMA PENROD B S Shxppensburg Pa Hxstory PAUL RANK B S Millersville Geog History Science Reading THOMAS P ROBERTS B S Mlllersvulle P O D CURTIS SMITH Millersville Geography 1 V- rwu- 1 ' 5? 1 ,. A ' is F'f'i?"WfTx,fi?'S?'Yi" 'x fuwxrmf, ll 5 , Students receive competent counseling in planning their futures. To guide and counsel those students who are uncer- tain about their future vocations is the aim of our guidance department. Encouragement is oFtered to students who possess intentions ot broadening their knowledge atter graduation. The counselors are al- ways willing to discuss problems and to prescribe sound advice. The Jr. High guidance classes work to promote friendship and an understanding between the department and the students. The department sponsors the National Scholastic Ap- titude Test and informs students ot available scholar- ships. .e fm, f ' ...fy of 1:5 ff , !,,,,.Q .,g . f t ,: V' V, W' -rl fZ7i:.2ia-fi iq ' '- Aff yhfr- ,qw :"'if,f3,i., , 1 My Wg "4 ' wi,Q1,- , V "i " ' "WVU: T?" Qi' , ij- in 5 :pf ,www fb-, " 1:9 475 ' i , :'.4vf.- - 'jpg A , ' ' iff -, , ' .2 Wifi WW' " f' ff 1, fffmfzigi V, , V m4.:4ff.4.,f:,,,, If , c 1 fy' I ', V, ' lffg- , Xi-' ' ' rl, - 4 Q, .. 1- vi T' f f"' I Us V, ,ffm N .i ii V .Nag 1 E' i " " Mu .,, is X '35 ' 2 C il. 1 ,,ii,n,,.-:. ' . ,'-1-.1:1,igi ' ,, .:. igs,g5ig,:':1y1' wave-4.rw,:.i?gei: """-w xiii, :wif in-,:r" ' . -,,w,.-ar-ii-fit -'-- , , f- sp. CLARA M. CASSEL B.A., M.A. Goucher, Bucknell U. Guidance Counselor EARL D. MANSEAU B.S., M.S. Indiana Stale, Penn State Guidance Counselor 14 s..x.. . -iff . 1 1 5'l':1'f..lvf' Qffiiiitixkzii-z24'i 'siitffd F 4-Jfgr frdafax ew .,Q,,4:i' ' f ff i ' 4- I , J CHARLES CRIDER B.5. EVELYN CRISWELL B.S. Shippensburg Shippensburg Bookkeeping, Ott. Prac. Shorthand, Typing Bus. English Our commercial department at Northeastern works Toward supplying the business world with skilled, com- petent stenographers, accountants, receptionists, clerks, and various other workers in the 'field of busi- ness administration. Students are supervised in help- ing with the management ot the school, giving them practical, useful experience. Emphasis is placed on the development of capable workers ready to accept responsibility in the commercial world. M'-,,,. I' f up-,al c IW' , at r Ny, ' fi 4122? fjffyfvl ,,, CHARLOTTE LEASE B.S. Shippensburg Shorthand, Typing, Comm. Math, G.B.T. -CW ana: '1795Qz fF72z25ac4ne: .Caffe 4.-...,-.5 .4- A V' practice. the ten-key list. 4:',,,f' I ' ,ij w,,,4,,y , ,,,r:Q,:,wq', f. '51, ,,jf,,4., t f , f 1, ,,, f ' ' ?', , in If 654 it W I 1 gs f 'W ,if ln! 4 I I azalaui VINCENT STANKUS, B.S. Shippensbu rg Typing, G.B.T. Business students learn the operations of Filing techniques are taught in othce E l 'K TT E 'ss " ---- f , 1 . , it - W-1 1 si L' ' fl. ---.Assign . A 1.1 I f":rwmawm!ss1ai9fSsB8ei - --tf-- '-i:-:'Yit2f?'l31t2L-.11131 t fi- ' ' ,x 'A " ff- 3... .i?'7'FC- AQ- 5-' ,W F V A "f . I R ,540 K' V'::,. I 2 if I? 'Z gl, f.:, V A l QQ A .,,..f-4 .,. L - i ' F. " , ., I. 'I u,- 1,1 L . I 4 , , a ' A ,Jil 4 JOSEPH FARCHT B.S. U. of Kentucky Electronics A secret probe into the workings of electricity as shown by the oscilloscope. . ,il I -, ' EDWARD HIMES e.s. 'Q if, I 3 Millersville l .. X' Industrial Arts ' . . , , g f 3557? - .1 """'1' 5 ,ff-ffs9'Q n '--,. , 14:-,g,f:':,."gf,? , . ,?,,-,553 . . If 1 Kfgfiv "iff P 'Zz fzftziwzfi ' Students learn recision on the metal a Q P Q, A . lathe. 5 . ,, , 71 D V A ' ' if RICHARD HUBER B.A. H -' jf Millersville ' l ' -,fl 1 l 'I The beginning of ci Industrial Arts mahogany bookcase. I Q.. E t I' Mimi FT 16 wucmn . counrnme , :VX , A. .. 'gt l In the industrial Arts department students gain experience in printing, mechanical drawing, elec- tronics, wood, metal, and auto mechanics. The course provides an opportunity tor creative ac- tivities through which a pupil may discover his interests and abilities. To present the fundamen- tals of industrial arts and to instill safety principles, high standards ot accuracy, and pride in accomplishment are the aims ot this pro- gram. 4 A 5-Hllf'',k"L---'20-,-2-5W. Ufifivrgf- .efwwr--he ,.fi:mlIlnP'-- 1' . V. -,,-...r c . , 'A i , i , if f I --,---Q.. . i . .1,4!gm,gpc,.q..-u4gguf,3,Jww..:,:.:'Jm-..q,.,-X.ei-,.'44i'ea:v:..f,us.,2As1g1:vl -:Amp ,- f: ",gg.3..:g,:g.--,. ...df T , ......q,-Q-.--...,..,......-.-,,..,Q.Y WMM 057 4294" One phase of home economics teaches the art of baking. Home economics is a program that is designed to give each girl an opportunity to learn the basic skills ot homemaking. This course does not consist ot lust sewing and cooking. The scope and sequence chart which is now being followed, coordinates all aspects of home- making into a six-year program. The girls are encouraged to display their handiwork at the York Fair and the State Farm Show. The depart- ment also sponsors baking contests. Girls learn sewing techniques. I ..- - , 4 1, t Zia,-ww SANDRA DELONG B.S. Albright College Home Economics SARABELLE DUN Penn State Home Economics LA 1 7 l p --- l, We express our creativeness and talents through or-t and music. Developing creative expression is a similar goal af our music and art depart ments. Art and music enable the student ta realize his possibilities as an individual. The art department experiments with drawing, painting, ceramics, sculpture and various other art media. Many at our students' works have received rib bans at merit at the York Fair. The music department's program this year has been expanded and great etzlort has been made an its improvements. Choruses were arranged ta accommodate every grade. Opportunity was opened tar interested students to participate in the Southern District Chorus and our band became part af the assembly program. Q 'lfflmmur ' 'sv .lm in , .. In i' i--L, ,nl LM- mf- MARYF DAVIS BS Music Ed Susquehanna U Music RICHARD KOCH BS MEcl Kutztown Penn State r ROSS RAFFENSBERGER B F A Phila Museum College of Art f I J O I 46 I At ft ,A . Q ' " ti ' At Avi' Ml 18 ssh--A-A-1 'st' .c g,,,c-,.,. 1' ,H . ,., ,.,, , .,,., ,... n .. 1-1 , ll mi -us .....,....'..i,, GLENDA E. BRICKER B.S. West Chester Physical Education LUCILE HAGERMAN . . Michigan State Physical Education TW! JOHN HENRY 8.5. Gettysburg Phys. Ed., Health ETTA MCCLAIN R.N. Garfield Memorial Hospital School Nurse WILLIAM SCHAEFFER, B.S. East Stroudsburg Physical Education DONALD WEAVER, B.A. Moravian Eng., Sac. Studies, Safety Ed The purpose ot the Physical Education program is to teach students good sportsmanship and a fundamental knowledge ot seasonal games and physi- cal skills. Northeastern participates in the York County interscholastic League S , in addition to an intramural program. ' f Health classes discuss personal adiustment, hrst aid, the systems ot the body, and human relationships. ln safety education pupils are taught the best methods of driving. These methods are learned in both classes and behind-the-wheel training. The aims ot this department are to develop manual driving skills, courtesy, and winter driving techniques. I sc .. . at ttf 5 3 ra K I " 'P I 'ANNXNQ 'ow .. ., . .,,. ,, ,,.,,. ...A c ,, .... . 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Efhciency of our school's functionings is mirrored in their office work, cooking ond mointenonce of the building. .-T Mr. Reynolds, Mrs. Hawkins, Mr. Rent- zel, Mr. Mears, Mr. Leicht. ,FIM ,,V, - ,... ...,...Wf....-,., l . . .Xt L13fL,!7A 1 Ross Miller, Maintenance Supervisor. 20 EH J, .- , . Y . . E i i . E 2 E Q li 5 f 1 1 l l ig: lv K Ji 5 ' I 6 sf . f 'q..-:r"- I . l- S 9064- Mrs. Rhodes, Mrs. Stough, Mrs. Grim, Mrs. Kottcomp, Mrs. Stork, 1 its 5 H .. Si -,lfr-" Mrs. Clemens, Mrs. Evans. Mr. Millcr, Mr. King, Mr. Brennemon. A.-. . . xv 1 4..-.nu 1 ca. .-JL.-., ..-.,....Ji v ' A 'P H-,,.,,,, .Y '13 - x f x , . .,,f ,,,.,,,,,. ,...,.. 32541:45?3QzZz2Zf51:??ff1.1-:irsz 5 ' jzfzlzj, ff f ,JJ-.-f, -' 3111+ ,HQ .. , . H ,,, .M ..4,,,,4,,,, ,.,., ,,, MZQW .,, ,....V,,,V,. . .,V. mm:-:: if f- .,,, f 1 uf f-2 -4 2, . , f?4w,f yf X, ,,,, ,,,.,.,,.,, f f f4ff0'iWWZff44f4 Wfff ' if .M . ff f M154 iv, 44:25:31-' 1 ' ff: fo. fi ,gjfffjkmy f ' , x L Xxx O X, "Sour not 'foo high 'ro fall, but stoop To rise " -MASSINGER ,. ,f X, ,fr .ff ffl, MVK- ,104 -.--, f,-4,4 ,.., .v.,.. , , , 4 f-1 ' ff 1,41 ff f f.. fb-:Z yr S' W" " "4fv'U "-- "'- V -' "-'- 1'-'5-isi61CT"i''::':''f1''S1':''::cff47':2:1::ffffiffkrkwmfm, f 445042, 17. ",. ff ' ': -' . I , . - . - f . "'J 4 - v W 1 I 4 , Q3 33 H -E 's v ,-. 4. - ...J If l gli A The class of 'ol has vvorlced hard to make their last year a successful one. In order to raise money for various expenses, they have sponsored Vtfhacky Days, peanut and candy sales, record hops, the Christmas Dance, and.the lunior and senior plays, ln spite of many solbaclis and disappointments, they have proved themselves ci co-operative group. 'D CLASS OFFICERS President - Richard Fisher Vice-President - Kenneth Decker Secretary - Joyce Brenneman Treasurer - Richard Smith CLASS ADVISORS Mrs. Evelyn Criswell Thomas Roberts Charles Crider Warren Doll geiawl 754 Twacafedge - 24046 701 0 ,gfcrfw dadavwx Qodd and Wide 66444 y 'Q' A HARRIS EUGENE ADAMS Bub General MILDRED YVONNE ADAMS Millie Commercial Jr. Red Cross IOJ Chorus IO. DENNIS LEE AUGHENBAUGH Aughe Academic Science Club IO. ILZE BAIDINS Else Academic F.H.A, IO,llp Dromoiics 121 National Honor So- ciety ll,l2g V. Pres. IZ Chorus 'll,l2g Infra- murol Volleyball IO,ll, Basketball lO,llg Ca- reer Conference ll. aefp-,Q-494217 clwe eaciee 1456 ' RALPH EUGEAN BAILETS Geebe General Gym Club l0g Hi-Y llg Bond IO. JOHN CURMON BAUBLITZ john General Science IO, Soccer l2g Wrestling ll,l2, NANCY LOUISE BEINHOWER Nancy Commercial FHA here, Transfer from Cedar Cliff Latin Club IO: Tri-Hi-Y Ili FHA IQ. if ,Q-3:25-W',.:2Zf5I .pf ' M4 f f -fjiif 'I' ' , ,e 'ff ' , 7 ut":f 'L-If' .7 ,. 5222212b:3f:9-'42E5:f5.f:2?4:-22-1: " ' -2:-4511!-"--'p-' 11 , 9777717 , I . ,If2:l'3,f1Z,,., A ' ' ' ,f ' ., V' ' i 122Qf92::2f5:1:2f::a5 2?K'ff" , 3,1 7 32-ffyfwwg I if ' I ln --,g-1 -I ' .fm - .R - 5 Arg,-Ig' ' , ff -u I ...e yy f ,Jr -we ., f f W ::.,,.4,, X 4 If , ,, , Y. ., , 'CW 4 ' , I 5 , ' f' 5 X 1 f ff l if 1 f? f ' ' jg! M94 ff Y , f 4: ,, by A ffl 'I I f 7-. 7 gm wi f 'P s Ib 1 , 1 7 'A 2 'W 23 .L.., , .-.. ,LQV .1 4, 1- '.- A ,Q 4. ' 1 f " ''11F'-"""Z'l?i+t,,f,''2'5if1"f'.f5?fa1'P?F-'lea ,I n-gg 3 JK ilq-T . 5 Aff: f V, Mu Mm-AN" GLORIA MARIE BENEDICK Gloria Commercial F,H.A. lOp Y-Teens Chaplain l2g Homeroom News Reporter IQ? Chorus IO, ll, I2 L. JAMES BENEDICK Bent Academic Science Club IO: l'li-Y Club ll, IZ Bowling Team lOg Track IO, IQ, Junior Play CURVIN CLYTON BOSTIC Curv General Gymnastics lOp Hi-Y ll. RUSSEL EDWARD BOWERS Russ General Gymnaslics lO,l lf Newspaper Clula ll. wwffwe 0,4 DAVID ALAN BECK 3,-,fch General Science Club I0 JOYCE ELAINE BECKER Joyce Academic F H A IO YTeens I2 Hameroom Treasurer IO V e res ll Chorus ll I2 Student Coun cll Secretary I2 Cheerleading IO ll I2 24 L i I' O W 5172 -ff f 'f jf! f fwff " ffff 7470: ca awaqfmzdd HELENA MAE BOYER Helena Academic Newspaper lOg Y-Teens Sec. l2g l-lomeroom V, Pres. lOg Sec.-Treas. l2p Cheerleading lO ll. JOYCE ANN BRENNEMAN Tilly Mae Commercial Turntable IO- Treas, IO, Y-Teen l2p Homeroom s. O- ss es , 5 s , Sec. l2g Studenl Council ll l2g Cheerleading , l2- Co-Ca ain 125 Sr. Bow'n League ll- Career Conference 125 Miss Physi- cal Fitness l96O l2. JOHN ADELBERT BRENNER General sic Club IO Chorus lO ll I2 nd i0 l2 Bowling Team I0 ll l2 CALVIN BERNARD BROTHERS JR Tweely General Club IO ll EDWARD HALE BROTHERS JR. Commercial E cfronics lO- H'-Y ll- Jr. Class Pl y- Home- room Vice Pres. 12- Homeroom Treasurer il. BARBARA JANE BROWN Barb Commercial Turntable 10- Y-Teens l2- LibrGriGI'1 l2- 1. ...V ,-,,,, 5 - ir. 11.i.'xu.'13'11---.n 4.--4. ' ' ,gg -3- L ,,,t .3 A N j. " ' . , 1 l I ll! l X ' " v I M s J ', ,3 DAVID EUGENE DEARDORFF Dave General Electronics IO, F.T.A. l2f Chorus lO,ll,l2g Track lO. NANCY JEAN DEARDORFF NGN Commercial Turntable lOp Jr. Red Cross llf Sec. of Home- room ll, Chorus lO,ll,l2. WILLIAM EUGENE BROWN Bill General Model Club lip Chorus I2. RODGER WILLIAM BRUAW Rod Commercial ball IOQ Jr, Class Playg Career Conference Il, l25 Dramatics l2g Business of Yearbook l2. JANE LEE CONWAY Janie Commercial F,H.A. Pres. l2, Homeroom Pres. IQ, Class Treas. ll, Student Council lOg Yearbook Editorial Staff l2, National Honor Society 'il,i2f Intramural Volleyball IO, Basketball lO5 lnterscholoslic Volleyball IO, Chorus ll,l2g Treas. l2. PHYLLIS FAY CRAGER Phyl Commercial F.H.A. IO, Intramural Volleyball lO. 74247 L -..M ll 'Wi J Hi-Y llg Stage Crew lO,llg Intramural Volley- Y-Teen Club Chaplain ll, Stage Craft lOf I i l l i it 9 l l l , i r ' Y ' i . 4 - -' ,afn-J?1",2E:f.,r draszzre' ' -A-Sd J . . ., ,. .. aw. as. I KENNETH LEON DECKER Monk Academic Varsity iO,ll,l2g Sr. Class V. Pres. 12, Inter- scholastic Soccer lO,ll,i2g Basketball il,l2g Basketball Manager lOg Baseball Manager iOg Student Council lO,lig Exchange Student ll. ROBERT LEROY DELP Delpy General Science lO,l l. PATRICIA GAIL DETWILER Def Commercial Dramatics ll, Chorus lO,ll,l27 Intramural Bas- ketball ll. LLOYD TRINNER DEWITT Slick General Turntable IO, lnterscholastic Basketball ily Baseball ily Bowling lO,ll,i2. lilirn ide .gm . PHILIP CARL DEARDORFF Mousie Academic Fishing lO,l lg Electrical l2g Tracla Manager ll. G. JAMES DECKER Al Academic f' f Varsity Club lO,ll,l2f Jr, Red Cross llg F.T.A. ll,l2p Basketball Referee lO7 lnterscholastic Soccer iO,il,l2, Basketball iO,il,i2, Baseball lO,ll,l2, 74 746 K 7a 76 27 THOMAS LYNN DIEHL CHARLES owEN oiNNEEN Dube General Hi-Y IO, ll, Intramural Basketball IO. Charlie General Wrestling ll. We new 70445 We 1-fu, LINDA ANN DITTENHAFER Linda Academic Stage Craft 105 Y-Teens ll, l2g Pres. 125 Nat'l. Honor Soc. ll, 125 Homeroom Pres. llp Cho- rus ll, l2p Intramural Basketball IO, ll, Volley- ball ily Exchange Student ll, Yearbook Con- ference ll, Career Conference ll: Jr. Class Play, Yearbook Ed-in-Chief l2g Press Confer- ence ll. SIDNEY JAMES DOLL Sid Commercial Gymnastics lOg Intramural Basketball l0. KARYI. MAE DUNLAP Karyl Academic Cuisine lOg F.H.A. llp F.N.A. l2g Jr. Red Crass ll, l2g Homeroom Treas. ll: Chorus l0, ll, l2, Intramural Basketball ll, Volleyball lOp ln- terscholastic Volleyball lOp Career Conference iii Junior Play. ROBERT WAYNE ELVEY Bob General Hi-Y l2f Secretary l2. L va get mwwotwiatwe JOHN HENRY FERREE Hersh General Varsity Club IO, II, l2g Interschalastic Soccer IO, II, I25 Basketball IO, II, IQ: Baseball IO: Track II, 12, BARRY LEROY FETROW Pee Wee General Homeroom Reporter I2, Gym Club IOy Intra- mural Basketball IO. WAYNETTA S. FINK Windy General Music Appreciation IO: Intro, Basketball IO. RICHARD KAISER FISHER, JR. Rock Academic Photography IO, II, National Honor Society II, IQ, Homeroom Pres. IO, Vice Pres. Il, Class President l2p Intramural Basketball IOg Inter- scholastic Basketball IO, Ilg Golf II: Student Council I25 PTA Student Representative IOp Jun- ior Closs Play. X RISEA INGRID ENSMINGER Ifllile Commercial Band IO, Il, I2. GRANT JAY FERNSLER Grant Academic Advanced Gym IO: Electronics IQQ Intramural Basketball IOg Soccer l2p lntrescholastic Basket- ball Ili Wrestling I2. ge A Er! l,- ,- I- -e PF fl li! 3 . L .Q 1 T. NE .L 11 if sf 5 ll 'I lo .QL r. In Q I , 7 L5 1 K-5 D '. U. N i. . rl I. :if 5. .u 5 'T 'H J, .5- 1. il I L 'E' .- lr fr. I .. I 'D r ,I u -1 im, ff' ,QW f"'3'fg 4100-3 LINDA KAY FORRY Linda Commercial F.H.A. lOg Librarian IQ, Jr, Red Cross IZ Y-Teens 127 Homeroom Treos, ll, Chorus lOg Intro. Volleyball 12, Basketball 121 Girl's Volley- ball lvlcmager ll. BEVERLY ANN GHEEN Bev Commercial Librarian l2, Homeroom Sec. ll, Chorus lO, ll,l2, 'i ' 'f M -'rv Munir'-1 e- ,.,m.- .,.., 3..-.1 :ge 't:. .. -wrzfwfr-M-. Y-Q..-. .m:'.1e::::x:frEl:'?f1uRfnfryf' ' I' f' S "-'l'N"F'fW22'l r A " l Lf! BETTY JEAN FISSELL Jeannie Commercial Dramatics IO, Y-Teens 125 Chorus ll,l2 Cheer- leading lO, CONNIE ROSE FOLK Connie Commercial Turntable lOg Chorus lO,ll,l2g Intramural Vol- leyball ll. WILLIAM RODGER FOLLER Bill General Bowling League IO,ll,l2. LARRY EUGENE FORRY Larry General Science IO. 7yd4f4 ' A . . i f-we , i M I- I -V 1 - A 1" . .,-.-..,.H.O .. ,z 1 . 7 LARRY LEE GILLEN Gilly General W. THOMAS ROBERT GINGERICH Tom Commercial Photography 10, Varsity Club 11,125 Sec. 12, 5 Homeroom Pres. 12, Jr. Class V. Pres., lnter. Soccer 1O,11,12, Basketball 10,115 Baseball 10, 11,12. P ROLAND REED GLASSICK Roland General Hi-Y 10,115 Hunting 12. SUSAN VIRGINIA GOLDEN Susie Commercial Homeroom Pres. 10, V. Pres. 11, Magazine Captain 11, Candidate for Soccer Queen 10, Flag Twirler 12. .52 , . 'A An-nn.dl.L... .. . 06 JOHN ALBERT GOOD, JR. Goodie Academic Homeroom V. Pres. 11,12, Chorus 11,125 V. Pres. 12, Exchange Student 11, Career Confer- ence 11,12, District Cl-iorus 12. JAMES ADRIAN GOOD Scoop Academic Hi-Y 10. 31 A G if if 42 1 f. N -,,,,, A . 14:13:- if P RONALD LEE GRAY Ron General f Fishing Club 10, Chorus ll, Wrestling ll. f MARY ANN D. GRESS Mary Ann General 74e2Mu0,fZ ' wgaaze-L., ANN ELIZABETH GRIFFITH Ann Commercial Y-Teens ll, 12, V-Pres. l2g Turntable 107 Class Sec. lO, Chorus lO, ll, l2, Student Council lO, ll, 12, Sec. ll, President l2g Press Conference ll, l2g Yearbook Stoll l2. 'W ., -cf' DALE EUGENE GROSS Grossie Academic Fishing lO, Hi-Y ll, Slide Rule 12, Baseball ll. ,,,fff'W'f FRANKLIN EUGENE GROSS Sharkie General Hi-Y lO, ll. TERRY LEE GROSS Chet General Varsity Club IO, ll, l2, V-Pres. llg Pres. l2 Hornercom Pres. ll, lnterscholastic Soccer lO, ll, l2, Baseball lO, ll, 12, Basketball lO, ll, l2, Honor Society ll, l2f Treas. 12. 32 L- . rs., ' ' 1 ' .1 . .1 I . .Ni f'1f'f-N wi ?j'1jE:fil'2'. 11-jig.-511,.111,,':".ifj1"iP'3' 'wflfizg-i5:2.-551-??f.f..Qr,--ggfLgLi43rEf.4?L-.ge .. .rrn . ' ,J 1 ay I , , I Z yr 1 ,,.?a1!z'5e uuJZ'74SweeZf CLYDE PRESTON HEILMAN, JR. Ike General Varsity Club lO,ll,l2, Chorus 125 lnterscholas- tic Basketball lO,llg Baseball lO,ll,l2. NANCY ELAINE HEILMAN Nance Commercial Cuisine lO, National Honor Society ll,l2f Secre- tary 12: Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer lOl Cho- rus lO,ll,l2, Intramural Basketball 10,111 Vol- leyball lO,11p Yearbook Editorial Staff 125 Press Conference 11,125 Career Conference 125 Ex- change Student Candidate ll. BARBARA ANN HEINDEL Barb Academic F.T.A. lOg F.N.A. ll,l2g F.l"l.A. lO,ll,l2p Vice President 12, National Honor Society ll,125 Dramatics 12, Chorus lO,1l,12, Intramural Vol- leyball llp Yearbook Editorial Staff 12: Junior Class Playg Career Conference ll,l2. CONSTANCE ROSE HEINDEL Connie General F.H,A, 12, Intro. Basketball llg Librarian 12. DOLORES MAE HEISEY Sis General 33 5-ifjflt yi? , y SHARON LOUISE HENDRICKSON Sharon Commercial Y-Teens ll,i2g Truntable IO: V- PV65- 10: HOWE- room Ser:-Treas. l2p Chorus l0,ll,'l2p lntra. Vol- leyball lO,ii,I2g Basketball Il,l2: Field HOCICGY IQ, lnterschol. Volleyball li,l2g Flag Twirler l2p Career Conference IZ. BONNIE LOU HIBNER Bonnie Commercial Chorus lO,Iig Intramural Volleyball il,l2. MICHAEL LEROY HOMBACH Mike Commercial Varsity Club ll,l2g Jr. Class Sec. Student Coun- cil Treas. l2, Chorus iO,Il,l2p lnters. Baseball ll,l2g Basketball ll,l2. ww 747af-fgfuedbl JO ANN HOTTINGER Jo Commercial Turntable lO, Sec. l0p Y-Teens l2g Homeroom Prog. Chairman IOg lntra. Basketball llg Volley- ball llg Chorus lO,il,i2g Cheerleading lip Maiorette l2. FRANKLIN HYKES Frank Academic Electronics lO,l2p Slide Rule ll. 34 h ' . ,. V4 WW VVKV, 1-rs. ,. li - 1, w n ., ' -I 1 -L :A - .I Ltr I V Y -, 1 -V -. MH- :J-we :',-'iff'-1-3 5 -Q 4: 1- ' 747o74e5mZ NANCY JUNE KING Nance General Turntable lOg Chorus lO,lI,l2. BARRY LEE KLINEDINST Speedy Academic Hunting IO: Hi-Y llp Slide Rule IQ. RUTH ANN KNUDSEN Ruth Ann Commercial Jrs Red Cross llp Chorus lO,iI,l2g Intramural Volleyball IO,ll,l2p lnterscholastic Volleyball l0,lI,l2g Newspaper Business Staff ll,l25 Ca- reer Conterence ll,I2, JOYCE ELAINE KRAFFT joygie Commercial Turntable lOg Chorus l0,ll5 interscholastic Vol- leyball IO,II,I2. 35 if .n'uI.' .m. ROBERT GEORGE ICKES Iggy Academic Cuisine IO: Slide Rule l2f Exchange Student Candidate ll. LESLIE DIANA KESSLER Les General Girls' Athletic Association II,l2p Chorus IO,ll, IQ, Intramural Volleyball II, lnterscholastic Vol- leyball lO,lI,I2. DANIEL BOONE KREBS Dan General Hi-Y 101 Photography ll,l2. JASON EMORY KROUT Jay Academic Fishing lOg Photography ll, Basketball 105 Can- didate for Exchange Student ll. QAM Q:4"f'?'9F 'Hs Queer' as 14 74 SAMUEL OSCAR LAUGHMAN SGIT1 General SUSAN ELLEN LEONHARD SI-'Sie Academic Turntable lOg Y-Teens li,l2, Treasurer IQ, Cho- rus lO,ll,l2, President l2g Student Council ll,l2f Yearbook Editorial Staff l2g Jr. Class Play: Press Conference,ll,l2g Yearbook Confer- ence llg National Honor Society ll,l2. MARJORIE PHYLLIS LLOYD Phy Commercial Girls' Athletic Association lly lntramural Volley- ball lig lnterscholastic Volleyball lO,ll,l2. DONALD EUGENE MARLOWE Don General Gymnastics IO, interscholastic Volleyball lO,ll,l2, Intramural Volleyball ll. L, 4 , 'I , ROMAINE MARGRETTE MCFADDEN Tiger Commercial Turntable 105 Newspaper 125 Chorus 1O,11,12p Cheerleading 1O,11. CARL NEVIN MEYER Meyers Commercial Hi-Y 105 Chorus 11,127 Band 10,115 lnierscho- Iasiic Soccer 105 Junior Class Play. 1 DAVID CHARLES MILLER 'fda Dave General Varsity Club 1l,12, Treas. 12, Homeroom V. I V, ,, Pres. 115 Chorus 1O,1I,l2g lnfers. Baseball 11,12. I 'AWN JOYCE ANN MILLER I I Joyce Commercial X X Chorus 1O,1l,12. Z W ff 'fi . LARRY VERNON MILLER may , Larry General 4 I , , rqgvf' FRANKLIN WILLIAM MINNICH Frank F General 37 ' nf -V,..4nig.. . Y fm3uE11nm-nz-1..--a.1.-1-.-r--uw-r.-m---s.-.-- . Amina.: K - .- -. A We ,.,- ' SHARON MAY MOHR Sharon Commercial Truntable 105 Y-Teens 125 Bowling League 10, 11,12 Pres. 125 Chorus 1O,11,12i lnfra. Basket- ball 105 Color Guard 12. JACQUELINE MAE MOORE Jacquie Commercial Y-Teens 125 Chorus 1O,11,125 Sfudenf Council 10,115 Sec. 105 Cheerleading 10,l1,125 Jr. Class Ploy5 Bowling League 1O,11,125 Treas- urer 12. MARGARET IRENE MOUL Marg Academic Dromatics 101 F.N.A. 11,125 Jr. Red Cross 125 Flag Twirler 12. ESTHER LOUISE MURPHY Murph Commercial Y-Teens 125 Chorus 1O,11,125 lnfra. Basketball 115 Cheerleading 10,115 Career Conference 12. of FREDERIC LEWIS MYERS Ffed General Science 10. ROBERT EUGENE NACE Bob Academic Science 105 Slide Rule 12. 1. . ,. E- Q L . ' III' 'Hi' """"wf'J"f"3-P'f'11-ff."-7'fl-r.g'."i:.:':+:':i1-"L, ,wg.g 1- ny., , f. ,,f f -, , A 'H+ - .--.I I3,fI.eQ.m...w1.L-aiu "-..1e4.,.i- "-za-L.-A-ag-1w.,,,A,"' "qu ,gf-,I -,-.IE ,f V. All 1 JOYCE ELAINE NAGLE Joyce Commercial Chorus iO,lI,I2g infra. Volleyball lip Basket- ball IO,I If Inter. Volleyball II. LARRY EARL NAUGLE Lawrence General DORIS FAY NEIMAN Doris General Russian II: F.H.A. Il,I2. ROBERT LEROY ORENDORF Orenie General Hunting lO,I I. ai,-46447 0!'7adz4 ! 2' Jan JANET LOUISE ORT Commercial Dramatics IOp F,N.A. ll, F.I-I.A. l2f Band IO,ll. JOYCE IRENE PAUP Joyce Commercial Turnlable lOp Pres, IOJ Chorus lO,II,I'Z, Intro, Baslceiball lO,Il,l2, Color Guard IQ. i ' -"" ' - ,-f..1' ...,. . ig If -. ' ' M, 'p5,iL,f '21-Img., ':1,L"" ' V , V , f X' F9 fa J W7 I , J f , 573 fy '44, ' ami Mp :lif t ' If f ' f f 'f 1 ' E' jf if , r g Q l I I rf? ff' If M g Z, f ,f f .,,,.,.,., 55 ,V I . , ,, ALBERT WILLIAM REINECKER Burch General JERE RONALD RENTZEL Jer Academic Stage lO,ll,l2g Band lO,ll,l2g lntra. Basketball lO,llg lnler. Soccer lO,ll,l2g Baseball lO,ll. BONNIE JEANE RHODES Bonnie Commercial Chorus l l, l 2. MEARLE EDWARD RIFE BUlCll Academic Turntable IO, Hi-Y ll, Homeroom Seclreas. ll, Pres. l2g lnrer. Basketball lO,ll,l2g Baseball lO. 1 I?ZlFH'C7?1w3l'7f"f? 1555" 'W In , , 1 l ISABELL MARIE POE Tiz General Iiussian lOf F.H.A. ll,l2g Chorus ll,l2. RUTHANNA JANE PROWELL Ruthie General Jr. Red Cross 105 F.N.A. ll,l2g Homeroom V. f Pres. l,2g lntra. Volleyball lO,llg Baskefball l0i lnfer. Volleyball manager llg Jr. Class Play. if W fn A V!! I 0 , f . I .f 3 ' - , ew? 4 . ,..v , M 2 rW:z:E?2I"' I ! 5 I I 0 I I I .4cu!'2faae7Z I . . V- - . qi, '.'.y,f.f-.,.,:g.rIM.-.--it.V-.-, ,. ,,,.I..m.,--,.'.:,.:,,.,H.L.5 :,'J:m.H,.,.E., JEROME CLEATIS RODE Jerry Academic Newspaper II, Hi-Y Ilp Turntable IOg Inter, Soccer IO. EUGENE EDWARD SANGER Fenderbender Academic Homeroom Pres. II, Chorus IO, Basketball II. FRANCES ELIZABETH SANGER Francie General Turntable IO, Newspaper II: Y-Teens I2g Dra- matics I2. JERRY JOHN SEIBERT Sibe General BARBARA ANN SHAFFER Barb Commercial CHARLES SPENCER SHARPLES Boo Academic Student Council I0,II, V. Pres. II, Newspaper Ili Varsity Club IO,Il,I2p Inter. Basketball IO,II,I2g Track IO. my W 41 I Q 3 x ., '. ""?'lfV'. 1 -. 1" R ' ' , .'. 'ff JW' I ,..i-ui. W., ,sg .ful ' ' '-enrfbiii, I' -Jlzffbil. - 'sFlQ3NE2,Q,sf5.,.- -' -r x--- - I- 'n . 'U ll .A' 5. ,il I -I K 1 Vi, 2,1 di ,I ll' .l, fl ,I Ulf I 1 'I I.. 111 fi ,. . rs 0 '. U. '- 'I A. -pl- 1.- it '41, A, 01 -P 3' .5 . B.. l. .5 .-H il li' Fl ' l.. ,,. rf. 9. O 'P N -,i 4- ., .ll ! . -ug V. .fl - --f-V-- .M , RICHARD DEAN SMITH Smitty General Varsity Club ll,I2g Hi-Y Il, Homeroom V. Pres. 125 Chorus ll,l2g Bond lO,ll,I2p Soccer lO,ll, 12, Track lO,ll,l2g Student Council l2g Class Treas. 12. CALVIN ERVIN SNELBAKER BU'-I General Wrestling I I. RICHARD LEROY SHEARER Dick General Russian I l. HOWARD ALBERT SHEELEY Butch General Varsity Club lO,lI,I2y Chorus 105 Soccer IO,ll, l2g Baseball l25 Track IO, Wrestling ll. DONALD EUGENE SIDES Don General Stage Crew lO,Il,l2g Chorus lO,ll,l2g Inter. Soccer lO,ll. RICHARD ROBERT SIPE Dick General Hunting Club IO. c2wfomc2a0aZq7 1 'I i,,t ,Q " ' A , an DALE STONER Dale Commercial Electronics IO. GARY LEE STONER Snowball General Fishing ily Hunting I2. PHYLLIS MAE STOUGH Phyl Commercial Turntable lOg Chorus IO,ii,i2. WILLIAM HENRY STOUGH Bill Academic Hi-Y il,l2g Hunting IO. I I 43 ,XX GLENDA RAE SNELLBAKER Glen General F.H,A. ll,l2p GirI's Advanced Gym IO, GAA. l2p Chorus iO,ll,l27 infra. Volleyball iO,llg Basketball il, Field Hockey i2, Inter, Volleyball IO,iI,i2g Career Conference iO,li,i2, DORIS JEAN STEFFY Slefly Commercial Turnfable IO, Y-Teens IQ, Drumatics IQ. A,-,.'ffH"'l"HKiK'lWll'.l'llf11I' " . ' I ' 'U 'I 4' I " ' ' " DONNA KAREN STRAUSBAUGH Donna Commercial Turntable IO, G.A.A. IQ: Homeroom Sec.-Treas. IO, Sec. Il, Chorus IO,II,I2g lntra. Basketball Il, Field Hockey I2f Career Conference IQ, Yearbook Business Staff I2. GARY LYNN STRICKLER Strick Academic Electronics IO,l2g Jr. Red Cross II, Newspaper II. BONNIE LOU SULLIVAN Bonnie General , Turntable IO, Chorus I0,II,I2. ' ' SANDRA ILENE SWEITZER Sandy Commercial Turntable IO? Chorus IO,II,I2. . f 'aah I .V K I I, PATRICIA MAE TOPPER It ' I Mike Commercial 'Ib s - 1--..1....,r...n-.4 'Uv Tj'-v Turntable IO: Y-Teens lip G.A.A. ilg Pres. Ilg Homeroom V. Pres. I0,II, Chorus I0,II,I2f ln- tra. Field Hockey 121 intra. Volleyball I0,II,I2i Student Council II, Exchange Student Cond. Iip Career Conference I2f Yearbook Business Staff I2. RAYMOND VERDELL UPDEGRAFF Ray General Turntable IOp Hi-Y II, Chorus IO,II,I2. l. n ,K 4 q ,, -vgigqv-,g.':'e-7''fm''-pf .,,., egirqgfu-.V-3. ,.t,. I-ry.-,,-wwqv--5,-, Q- m1.in..E:1Q'2L,,.te.cl1,L...Q-.f.1Z1.L.,uf .Kmart 1.15. me 1411! a-352. .1 J' 1 N I -4 70e4Zz'5c2z ' RITTA ELAINE WALKER Blondie General Homeroom Treas, lip Chorus IO,l l,I2g Band lOg Intra. Field Hockey I25 Student Council IO? Career Conference II. JAMES LEE WEIGLE Wiggle Academic Electronics I0g Pres. I0g Varsity Club II,l2g N0- tional Honor Society II,I2, Pres. l2g Homeroom Pres. IO,Ilg Sec-Treas. IQ, Chorus IO,ll,i2, Band IO,II,I2p Pres. 12, Exchange Student lip Inter. Soccer ll,l2g Baseball IO,ll,I2g Basket- ball Student Manager IO,ll,i2, intra. Volley- ball IOQ Yearbook Editorial Staff 12. PATRICIA ELAINE WEIRICH Pat Commercial Turntable lOg Chorus lO,Il,l2. REBA ANN WEIRICH Shoes Commercial Turntable IO: Chorus lO,ll,I2. HAROLD EUGENE WERKING Herman General Fishing IO, Chorus IO. ELWOOD SUERETH WERNER Woody General 45 if ,Q I. ! CAROLYN ANN WHISLER Carolyn Commercial ROBERT LEON WILDERSON Willy General l . DENNIS EUGENE WILLMAN Tank Academic is ing lOp ln er. Soccer , , 5 Bowling Lea ue lO,ii,i2. BONNIE LEE WITMER Bonnie General Turntable l0p Chorus ll,l25 Jr. Red Cross 12. 5 :X l i ' A ,, 1 'Cx A, ,X I R 5 -v 1 gl 'RU 3 l I J 1' Fishing 105 Pres. lOf Hi-Y ll,l2f Chorus IO, Q l ,l2 I l -I U is 'I 'l 's " F h 1 iOli I2 Y 9 U. N U L .L I ll A MW ' af7frS40aua , ROBERT LEE WITMER Bob General Turnlable IO. LINDA MARIE ZINN Linda General Turntable iOg Chorus lO,ll,l2. 1 " , A ,,.l A., H "Pau ' X 45 f W. -:E ,, x if 3,1 , , 5 .4 v 3 ,, 7 'fu f 4 ' ' ,gf fx , x ,f , V .t E V V 1 x - I 5 ,:,,-r ,' 9 ws. 1- 1 - '. . ,M ., 44. , ,V 1. 1321 f . , ,f-fs. 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'LQTJZV ' As a matter of tact Northeastern was closed tour days during this wmter due to drnvmg wands and snow storms The photographs on these pages were taken the morning ot February 4 after a 26 hour bllz zard which left our school area under a l21nch blanket of snow Thus new blnzzard brought the wnn ters total snowfall to 55 Inches assurmg all students of abundant 1 X4 -4f'?E1.2, '1 . I ' f fn ' 2 V , ., . I ,I I I - Q - J' I . , , . , I ' , 4 V ,N V, 17 Ag ' . 1' exercise - shoveling snow. ' ' -"' as," ff, Q ,, ,1,,..Q' .aid Q 5' 'Y , uf . , ,g f , , v.,...,w' , 1 1' ' "J 4-' A ' H ,,HA.,d,,,3"5".'f ' A I Q I f J- 'A .174 'M' - W, ,W fn Q9 V. , r. 5 ' s ' ' ' ' ' ' , 50 - --'W-'rr 'A ' H l .. ,?4ff'I5Xg.f , :few ' I fff"rl'i'lf,?-"l'-Y-1l'7f'Wi' r',1-F-l'7ff"1-fini' i, H LZ JT:- :Tl-,T ,f K' sk r' I l l x 4 fl , cw: ,,Q,:1:fy:g,u ,3Vf.,4 ,5fffffrg:1.7ZfZ3W ,cw 'W.'-yrml, f If f i X . ' , --4'f1:f:cv::-., 3 ' , -I V Y ,A,A 2' ,JY W" U"7"f'-+A, 11-v-zgjffffflf , ..,f45:f.4,W,.. nf , :3W""?5,:L,.,' K -f A. ' - ' - if . 1"w::'z2aL:'f..g'g rjjnf .,,,.,,-'ff 'V f f- .'f-w.f:a,f.ri1-rr,, , ' . 1- ,Q ,. '4W..f1:r4.flzddmcfmzf.ZM:u.f:m,4Z9w1.m:za:L.g42u,L 4 MZ ge Open " Looking down the bus loading 523277-7LZ5IgTgjF2'f I ' .-." ff?-'gc-.4-3' af?-Q x7 ' J, ff' V5v,:515j6z1EWZ 'G grgifyiv 'blip Zlwfiiiii My W raxdw f,f,wf,m , , f 'E f,,,,..,, f-f,,.,,, , romp, piles of snow Drifts of snow, resembling sand dunes, surround Northeastern. reach up to the Junior High wind windows rg, ' W .. 'f Affkffww . -rw mr... r,,- ff., 223 ., , f ii.. 7 "4L'ff??7l2fiIif'i' 77 "" fE2Lff53"2f-LL?1k:?75i'wi'1-.' "" ,V 1. '1-Zz. V Q irrr 4 r r - ' 'u ' sigh A ffvaw 235, ,M f, 44 5- .,., W fi t , '7,,,g'1a' gi., 1 ,Q I 1 'f Q ' .wr ! ,z.75-M91 11 4 f,'f,,,,,..iQ: f : lf' af., P , ' ' i 'f' I N3 V lr 4 5 5 Q: ,- 1 ' : ,- 1' . , - -V sepia'-.r:xf.-Q , 3 I- "' 3 Q' L , '4 , f , , iii, "'-11'-'bf' flirt! imm um is swrrf r in .- is ' , L ' ' 1 V 1 y ' ' ' 'f ,q Wh, ' . '1 ff 5'f'.l:7L':416':i:'if32-t',45'L5" '. ' "rw, dl E 2 '-4--15 ff , 1 "-',l'Z21QfljgzfffQ.f-7,Qi3g'3,7,,-,-.,. -, , ,,7i2.':f7":Z3,'U:gf5 ' A ' - 51 .1 , ,',.....L, 4- ..- ?1:125-mafzifif' 34544 Q Upon the event of graduation, our class separates and each one follows his own path. A variety of Helds have been entered by our class members. A majority are engaged in occupations serving their community. Some have enrolled in institutions of higher learning and still others loyally serving their country through the armed forces. lt is sincerely hoped that each member of the Class of l96l will be blessed with much success and happiness. .1 . Y, ,fy 'wif if 1 i - , ,V ' H 1 , Tlirffii ' - , ' U f , ' 1 ,V 'YH r I I I 4 . ff' LJ' 'CL.. ' ' Su , 52 ,ff ag? " Q ,. mu.- if , ff? - 4 , 't2iffsw"!.-:'m gf i..i..' Q i-Q. , , A S . 1. 0 U I Lei us Then be up ond doing, With Q hecirr for ony fore, Still achieving, siill pursuing, Learn To labour cmd To wait. - LONGFELLOW -if 5 i l . .,-,i JIU: . GE-A 1 - . 'r ,m.-me ',,i',,,' baivw, ..m......,.:m..L...S.lL 1 i l i A ,Q ,, ,, 11,1 3-1-gfJ'f,L., 4 L : , 'g --.-..i.,,k .A , You name it - Trop has itl 7044: A667 7' Breaking in one of The new compacts. .1-iw.:-.li-,,J,4,,5,NL.g, .,-.- fijfi V ,Q-,.5,,.M...,d,,,Q1.+., M1 54 wwf? fv sz, I, j'-1 nz? 42 Along with the outstanding events of the year, 1961, we will also remember the crazier-than-ever fads. The world of fashion shocked the population with knee- length skirts, The racoon staged its comeback on coat collars, and iust no one was in style without the "Jackie Kennedy" look. Even the boys, scorning the word fashion, came out with their goal coats, tab collars, and college cuts. March brought the annual rush to the "Trop" with the luscious subs, steaks, pizzas, and milkshakes to plague lam iijx, A " Alb.: 1 L'l1"73l3?l'i ' 4 , ' f, 1, 3 ' ,rw The knee-length skirt . . . the college cut. all the calorie watchers. Hitting the party scene were such notable comedians as Shelley Berman and Bob Newhart with the immortal "Oh, really?" and "Nutty George." The biggest rage in "wheels" was the new compact cars, the more people you could stuff into one, the better. The years will pass and we will look back in laughter at the clothes we wore and the things we did, but was a year that belonged exclusively to our generation. 55 lf' ' ,E 5,14 ., is Fw r -4- x A Him, ii iv-widow , I 1 "The Angelus" portrayed at Thanksgiving reminds us of our humble thanks We fa Assemblies oicler a change in routine and atmosphere which is anticipated by all. We have been very tor- tunate to witness impressive and entertaining assem- blies which were presented by students and guests, We have found a better understanding of ourselves and our classmates through serious thought, worship, and laughter. Pctrtraycil at "The Birth of a Carol." - E f.a51934f0fuw,.,. . " .... 1 , 2 ,ti .is 4 , "2 'A' Lf,"fb v :f'B?1W cw. 1.,.. 3 X s u K -. ,, e, .ff L T. - . -nz-: -v r-Y-zqaffff 1 .-.vf,1,s:..:-.ev ,Aeswrff wwf' ' f ' ' 2,oL1' 1QQc'f:L4119.1LedA:'1'1a4s,i.,v's,.4.,i.ng:sc.w-"my-.ig,gfe'f,,fi, 4, .1-1L,',.g,-1M,V ' Chuck Bindner explains The nature of the South American Vulture. "'-.QQ..... Science and music are combined by Charles Ramsden. W Ti- ','. Q U' ' Salom Rizk presents a summary of his book, Syrian Democraiic presidential candidate is chcxrciderized by Victor Onstad's chalk Yankee. sketch. ' i ' l l fly IC f'li i fl , "" 3 -F4 ggi ' i li ' 19 i ini-'l i rf ' :Qf il 54 I , " 1 , L , , , ffl ix . ffl ill: if . ,Acc c, Nm My 57 fx' 'Bit''23ffztSNi1z9E?S'2t1atLfSm4 -'- me .".2.,fAcLgx:1mu:tm1:e 8 M ..:, Wadi Za ' I 1 I 1 ?ze44mewana!S fa!! Stcwleatc SEATED: Noncy Harris, Irene McHenry, STANDING: Joseph Farcht Jr., Jandy Gress, Diane Burkhart, Cm WMM fd!! Northeastern was proud to have sixteen of its students meet the requirements of the Distinguished Honor Roll for the first semester of the 1960 1961 school term ln order to warrant this Distinguished Honor Roll status stu dents must have had a semester average minimum of all A s and two B s a commendable record We wish to recognize these students and congratulate them on their excellent scholastic achievement eampwemdm November 29 1960 final day of the Cherry Pie contest bake-offs at Northeastern was an eventful day for Carolyn Whisler, Although the competition was keen she emerged as Northeastern s Cherry Pie Champion. Sponsored as part of the 16th Annual Pennsylvania Cherry Pie Contest, the contest was open to those students in the school above fourteen years of age. We extend to Carolyn sincere congratulations. Carolyn and her prize winning pie. 58 ' ' M ' f .' . , ' " - 5"'7.' I ' , . .- 'fix 5.3 v 'U " .-,mug , A ,-, ,- ., . . Am,,.,.v,0 ,,.u-,Q, Q 1-:v .mfg p s rl .l If-gi, 6, P, M 771' 'I fan6nmuiSendafr.D' SEATED: Linda Diftenhafer, Ruth Rhodes, Ilze Baidens, Meads, Jason Krouf, absent, Richard Fisher. 59 5 f Wana fa!! S6944 Qaeda Gary Krebs. f f 'N ,! ff ff . f 7-'am 2066 Swann STANDING: Nancy Heilman, Jane Conway, Va' Henry Buckwalfer, Leonard Poff, and Jane N.. an ' f .. .I . 1..-. .- ,Q- ,' KIT Q :Ui 1 fi Seniors transform the gym into "Wonderland by Night." '--'wa WAI!!! How about a ladies' choice? ...lS+.'!'?"""b A. A Friday night record hop sponsored by the Senior Class We qfcwe X. The Latin Club presents "Roamin' with the Romans," 1-iff' During the school year, dances are sponsored by many organizations. This year we have had a wide variety, Roman as well as American record hops. The profits of these events have been used 'toward schol- arship funds, class trips, and 'financing other school activities. m. 6 1 Z ...ee , ,- .exe-D--zuufx'::m1-1-'-'-rv-Ai r15H1'ev1eiws'T1 - Tf"iY'.' - ..'b5,.?3XYRf51TN?? 'Q , -I - its ow- 1-Q if 1 s-" X gi.--.Mg ti-An gi WHY- 75 .,, ,,,. A :N , ..,. , A.. Ilze Baidins, Juanita Wright, Richard Fisher, Gerald McCarney, Mr. Manseau, advisor, Carol Krebs, Susan Leonhard. Absent - Linda Miller. ' 4515 Student gfaaddood A new project founded this year was the preparation of a student handbook for the l96l-62 school term. In charge of project were representatives from the Student Council and the Honor Society with Mr. Earl Nlanseau as the advisor. The purpose of this handbook is to acquaint the new student with the school and its policy. Finances for the proiect were provided through the general fund. 62 . 'tip X K t,1Mm-4.i1',',Q'- egg if N, fat ,V-g,,+ Ig,:i,Ef.K'.gg1.1..' f i 3 , ' Selection of the class ring has always been one of the major highlights of a student's high school days. Each year, iunior class members eagerly anticipate that day in late October when they face a glittering array of rings. After much deliberation and subsequent change of mind, the final choice is made. From that moment on all thoughts turn to the won- derful day when the rings will be deliv- ered. Admiring "oh!"s and "ah!"s herald the arrival of the class ring, a signpost pointing the way to the long-awaited senior year. Juniors proudly display their new class rings. The rings have come - at lastl 63 L I lx Q, A...k 6 '54, ' is? - v A ,ui cf-' wkw'-41 l"' " ' i ll"'Wl' """"'Q S W SEATED: Sharon Mohr, Joyce Becker, John Good, Susan Leonhard, Richard Fisher. STANDING: Mike Hom- bach, Rodger Bruaw, Joyce Brenneman, Jere Rentzel, Esther Murphy, James Benedick, Karyi Dunlap. 74a Seacbfz ' Two dozen be enough This week? Tobey . . . Brose . . . Midge . ..... . . Lo ura Heydon Henry Heydon Barbie ........ Kay Mary Dick Kip itchy .. Judy ........ Miss Jefferson Julian Thorpe The Egg Man CAST . Susan Leonhard . . . . . John Good . . . Sharon Mohr . . . Joyce Becker . . . Richard Fisher . . . . . Esther Murphy Joyce Brenneman Jacqueline Moore . . . . Jere Rentzel . James Benedick Charles Sharples .. Barbara Brown ... Karyi Dunlap . . Mike Hombach . , . Rodger Bruaw TN " -4 . . - ., ' H 4- ,fm wi, -- V There will never be onyone else buf you. z E" Q iff., .T Midge ond Judy sieol The show. Chosen by The Seniors os Their clczss ploy' vos if lighT-heorTed comedy, "Closs Ringf' degzwtilef heclic life oT The horne ol The Heyclori fcrwlli Theme was cenTerecl upon Tol9ey's cccepilzrf Brose's closs ring oncl The problems she encsmr- . ,T l ers while wearing iT. Si'udenTs serving lclehincf we ' ATC scenes were Jerry Rode os sTuolenT diredcli ls. Borry KlineclinsT os prompTer. Co-eireciors - f'i,f- are Mr. James Rover, ond Mrs, Morgc1reT Vv'c1les, rnern- bers of The English clepcirTmenT. Thanks To every- one who helped in making The produciion o success. N., .. 1-..,..4.' " J Xm--WAWA-,UAA-mwi,-D-, Y' Northeastern exchange students at Hadley' Luzerne: row I - Marian Bacon, 51-'SUV' Fritz' Sharon Hendrickson, Jane Conway, row 2 -' -lone Meads, Ruth Ann Knudsen, row 3 " Richard Smith, Mike Hombach, Grant Fernslef: Vow 4 - Leslie Snyder, Richard Fisher, Bill Donner- Hodley-Luzerne exchange students at Northeast- ern: row l - Chris Cheyer, Lois Gogan, Kay Washburn, row 2 - Nancy Scofield, Maureen Maida, Lindo Winslow, Mary Dingman, Mary Stokes, Ernie Berger, Harold Sutlifi, and Bob Mitchell. X. I N ,N uf ...Em an mwl7dea4 HX. x K 14 an Exchange of ideas in education and culture - this is the purpose of the now two-year-old program sponsored by the International Paper Company. This year's exchanges occurred during the last week of January and the first week ot February. Eleven Hadley- Luzerne students visited Northeastern and twelve ot our own students made the trip at the same time. Some of the entertainment provided for the guests in- cluded: a visit to the capital, the trip to Olmstead Air Force Base, tour ot the International Paper Company plant in York Haven, and a special tea at the home ot Ivlrs. John Sherrill. Among the activities our students attended While there, were the international bobsled championship at Lake Placid, a tour of the capital and introduction to Gover- nor Nelson Rocketeller, and visit to the ski slope at Whitetace. Both students and their respective schools, vve feel sure, have profited from this memorable experience. fs- f An exchange at ideas through a panel discussion by Ruth Ann Knudsen. Kenneth Hill, Clair Snead, and Richard Fisher. .1 . ,,,, i I 5. X " ..., ,151 , ' 41-I pf yfif' i if g ' V ff . i t gf t S2 t t Z2 V, y 1' 1 fi V ,gf i A f 1 ' f ry., QQ ' 3 ' fyjfglxpr, JJ 42 -gh f-aff if ft wr if 1 'ff 'nh ' f 4 .. ,fff 2 ' , Q ,. i""f , 1' 'w ,. f z 1 f f ,rg A f, ,v,'.,z4.,, . 1 ,J , .5 ,- 'Mf fin: if ' Wia3v1f,:',, ':f . ' ,4:z1:m.kZ2...-ffazinfrzf, . .grf 5-43 - 15 1" ' ffl' 1 ' 4,p.g,,Q,I-41-1pi.:,:-C 4 , fy 4f:g.g-4.--'pgs'-it 91 -1, '41, ,iam ,Q--1.-.ff,,.,r: , . ff V. . L-1'-wt'-q6i41,g1f twwirr-1: V . L , .- N91 1-' . ' '13 .T'i., Q-1?'2jf1g"2 i- . WT? ff"7TP:"l'2L--1 " " f T E ,rise ft. ,-pt., +33 ' "FW r -r A l Exchange students pause on a tour of Harrisburg. Exchange students take part in Northeastern cass activities. 67 X . 4-ge: i ' df Sew p The exzhange committee consists of members from the providing homes and a schedule ot entertainment for administration, faculty, PTA, and student body. With the students during their stay. the tunds provided by the International Paper Com- Evaluation by the students ot the exchange program has pany, they make necessary arrangements for the pro- proved it an eltective and worthwhile proiect in the im- gram, including transportation, curriculum coordination, provement of education. Enlarge xJ Pow l - Mrs. lilorma Gates, Mrs. Etta McClain, Mrs, Evelyn Criswellg Row 2 - Mr. Richard Reiff, Mr. lf'-lc-rren Doll, Mr. Charles Sutton, Mr. James Witkowski, Mr. Earl Mcinseau. 68 , hmm. L , ' ri 4 4 , -, - npr..-.rf .1 -- 1 ,4. . . A ,., W ,.r,,1v, f ..,,-, U... Q "'f'Q'V".'1" ' ' ' 9,1 LX- ' 1 ,, A ..'-:" :. . v' I , 1 -. A is K, , 'o A A . .9 QR! , 5 ff, gr f, 14 vi 1 J ' vev, ' ,, 3,5 I Q , ,.rf,y' I f.!'4f2f'.15z- , " MW, W 1 ff.f':,, ,, :fyiff f "f'ffx'L?' 7 I-1 ,5L- I '!- .sv I O The highesf of disfinctions Is service To others. - King George VI - - V, .,.-.-fn, -:..... .5fe.-..g,.- . 1 'dl K L, ,rf H . slsgil. 'fg1l1?1't2:11Y5'3'1Q' f1ElHGw1EE dTE.1ETiMWl ,. . fir ,-"""",, -,,.f ..-f 1. .gf -NJ . ,-niig ff" . 4eWacce ' af S 0 ' Student President ...... .... . Ann Griffith The Student Council acts as an organization whose prime Vice President .. Garfield McKim interest is to co-ordinate and promote student activity, Secretary .... ............,....... J oyce Becker with the co-operation of the administration. TVGGSUVGI' ----------- ------------- M lke l'l0ml30Cl'1 Representatives are chosen from each homeroom at the Representatives: Grade 12, Joyce Brenneman, Richard Fisher, Susan Leonhard, Richard Smith. Grade ll, Beverly Brenneman, Susan Fritz, Gerald McCarney, Susan Wright. Grade lO, Donna Clemens, Brenda Gembe, Carol Krebs, Linda Miller, Linda Sowers. Grade 9, Diane Burkhart, Barry Anderson, Nan Good, Rebecca Knight, Linda Pugh, James Witlcovvslci. Grade 8, Lynne Bruaw, Candice Etter, Craig Holler, John Sherrill, Mary Weigle, Bonnie Kratt. Grade 7, Cheryl Snyder, Barbara Krebs, Jacquie Grove, Pamela Eisenhart, William Clancy Sue Zirkle. Advisors: Mr. Roberts, Mrs. Crisvvell, Mr. Weaver. beginning ot the school term. Otticers are chosen by the student body in a general election held during the latter part of the preceding school term. Some ot the events sponsored by the Student Council this year were post-basketball dances, noon-time dances, the school Christmas trees, holiday assemblies, the clean- up campaign, and the litterbug poster contest. 70 ' We Q X X .. - . - nc2"WL J mfs: l L V, , l Students use the library for research and studying Mr. Hake oversees the work of his capable librarians. purposes. The Library Club assists the librarian in checking out of the library, These students are volunteer workers and books, repairing, Hling, returning books to the shelves, perform a great service to students and faculty alike. and countless other things vital to the smooth running ,ff ff y g gggg ,ff fRt'sXi,l ig .ff fi 3 E 4 .iff ' 'z:-4 , ' 3-5 ' ' lf ' X is H- i. 2,5 fr . . , I Q 5 ROW l - C. Doll, C. Allison, J. ,Stough, B. Sharp, L. Rode, J. Gemmillg L. LaPrairie, L. Reisinger, B. Krebs, L. Forry, B. Gheen, Sanger, M, Altland, B. Shaffer, Row 2 - K. Bowen, D. Kessler, J. F. Bechtel, M. Hake, Row 3 - G, Forry, J. Speise, S. Ebersbach, l Nagle, G. Benedick, M. Adams, C. Heindel, K. Ely, B. Wilt, D. L. Geesey, B. Brown, D. Doll, E. Pressel. 1 L 'I ,W V V! - Y V V A. . .. . ,Y W . ., - f Us me Wa- 2 The Hi-Y is o service club Tor senior high boys sponsored by The sToTe ond nciTionol Y.M.C.A. The purpose of The club is "To creoTe, rnoinToin, ond exTend ThroughouT The school, home, ond communiTy, high sTdnd- ords of ChrisTion chorocTer." One of The mojor ocTiviTies of This yeor wos o Trip To The Form Show CIT Horrisburg. W. Kirby, R. Wilderson, V, Pres., E. Werner, Mr. Morkel, Mr. Kline, advisors, R. FriTz, G Forry, P. Boeckel, J. Seiberi, Trecs. AbsenT - E. Ahrens, J. Brenner, G. Croley, W. Duerr, R Row I - H. Boyer, sec., A. Griffith, V. Pres., L. Ditrenhofer, pres., S. Leonord, Treos., G. Benedick, chop. Miss Leose, cd- visor. Row 2 - B. Fissel, I. Poe, L. Forry J. HoTTinger, S. Hendrickson, J. Moore, S Mohr, E. Murphy, D. STeFIy, G. Morkley F. Songer, J, Brennemon. 4622 1 . T C U3 Z4 U. CD Q 7' 0 -. o 0. ff L. I 9. 3 FD 3 D 3 5' I3 9? n. TD 3' 'c -. ru I" F7 Ch .. o I KD F I s..si..xs X74 'FV 9 7, ' 'WW:2!"j1E.'f 'iz ,112 T ' ' '40 f if, in i. f q 4 . . 'iff' :affl- 569 . rf, f ri.' lf' T53 . 4 is ,, ,L ,El IL3,,5:: 1, H .. nf. :IL rf 'I -, , . . is I gf ,H f U., I x -5' H .f f Mlm 1 -- . S., , . DEQ gl. . ' ee -U. ' T ' f . QQ: A3 I if-um 0 9 cwz'a0ca wee, 2- 7een4 Y-Teens is on orgonizoTion sponsored by The Ioccil ond noTioncsl Y.W.C.A. The moin obiecTives of Y-Teens ore: To provide o living-Ieorning experience wifh people of call religions, rociol ond culTurol boclcgrounds ond To become owore of The work ond purposes of The Y.W.C.A. Our school hos Three Y-Teens groups, composed of Two of iunior high level ond one GT senior high level. FoculTy odvisors ore Miss Joyce Myers ond Miss ChorIoTTe Leose. Mrs. PoT McTogue is The represenToTive from The York Y.W.C.A. AcTiviTies of Y-Teens hove included Thursdciy nighT swims oT The Y.W.C.A., o spring Toshion show, ond onnuol Y-Teen Conference. SEVENTH AND EIGHTH GRADE OFFICERS PresidenT .......................... Corol King V. PresidenT .... Lindo WilT SecreTory ..... . . . Lindo Conwoy Fin. SecreTory . . . . . Lorroine Rhodes Treosurer .... . . Sondy Schriver NINTH AND TENTH GRADE OFFICERS PresidenT ......................... Joon Crclun V, Pregidenf , , . . Connie Rosinski SecreTory ..... . . . Wondol Horne Fin. SecreTory . . ---- Non GOOCI Treosurer .... .. Carlo Allison yes Q ' ,QS- F , X N x . v- -.ww -0-:IV 1 I., ' ...www-.I X X A c.. xx: NN . s NN ' T. . , N wee... R Ni QRXOX X l V ,F -.1 X X 5 v 'T WR e M Q05 wk A ., XM . , . X X 535 X , A N ' X -f me " f f "iY1 f : v' 2e,f 4.1: rr ,-,,,5, . V .. .- e..,,,..-V - J ' ' ' " ' 'N " " 1" H 11111:':"'4::'f'!-'E-if1"."t3.'11'..-'. ffl-'stiff-fwz 'ff -.gg ' " , 'N' ' ' . . -WMM Aga!-'naman The GAA is an organization of iunior and senior high girls whose aim is to promote interest in intramural and interscholastic athletics, and to ad- vance good sportsmanship in the games. The girls have had a successful year with a variety of activities. Play Days were held with area schools, and the group went bowling. They sponsored intramural field hockey, volleyball, track, basketball, softball, archery, badminton, and shuffleboard, and also served as referees for these games. This year a new project, a Pep Club was undertaken. OFFICERS President ............ Pat Topper Vice President ....... Joyce Krafft Secretary ........ Susan Lumpkin Treasurers .... Norma Strausbaugh Jandy Gress Row T - H. Sheeley, J. Ferree, D. Miller, treas., T. Gross, M. Hombach, Name-taker, R. Smith, Row 2 - Mr. Kessler G. McCc1rney, B. Hake, G. McKim, N. Weirich, J. Decker, Decker, T. Heilmcm, J. Heilman, C. Heilman, H. Bottomley, 7 ...Spam pres., K. Shefter, V. pres., T. Gingerich, sec., advisor, T. Livingston, B. Brenner, B. Rentzel, J. Weigle, Mr, Allison, advisor, Row 3 - K. G. King, D. Willmcin, C. Sl-iarples, R. Trayer. Waudydad The members of the Varsity Club consist of those who have won letters from var- sity sports. Their purpose is to promote and sponsor ac- tivities that will create more interest in the school athletic program. Some of the activities spon- sored by the club were, the sale of refreshments at home games, trips to maior league basketball and base- ball games, the triple- header basketball game, and the purchase of hurdles for the Athletic Association. v I 1 YE F . Y , , V, , luv, , . .rf - -f11- 143,.-:J-.-.nw-Anpuuamxmsxmnu dfkaagqelalde X' . Are' ,A -,3 , ,f 7, 7. ff. FTA aids students in preparation for their future teaching careers. ln their meetings, panel discussions are held, also speakers are invited to inform the members about different phases of teaching. This year the club sponsored a bus trip to the Career Conference in Philadelphia. Row l - M. Bacon, Sec., S. Fritz, Pres., R. Martin, V, Pres., D. Ahrens, Treas., K. Miller, Row 2 - Miss Davis, Advisor, L. Mil- ler, K. Shenberger, l. McHenW, D. Crum- ling, N. Harris, D. Eyler, D. Doll, B. Gembe, E. Prcssel, Mr. Gross, Advisor, Row 3 - J. Decker, D. Deardortit. 7. 72, ,-4. Future Nurses of America is designed to acquaint senior high girls with nursing and the related fields. The highlight of their year was the ,candlelight service. Each member then re- ceived a pin and a small nurse's cap. During the year the club made field trips to hospitals, and they also attended a tea at the York Hospital. Row I - P. Ruby, D. Snowberger, K. Dunlap, Treas., M. Maul, Pres., B, Brenneman, V. Pres., A. Lecrone, Sec., D. Snowberger, S, Doll, Row 2 - Mrs. McClain, Advisor, B. Heindel, L. Holtz- apple, R. Knight, W. Bailey, L. Fogle, R. llyes, R. Prowell, D. Roth, S. Aughenbaugh, J. Spangler, Row 3 - S. Wolf, K. McClain, K. Ely, B. Wilt, P. Bear, D, Lecrone, W. Wilt, L. Neff, J. Fullerton, R. Lease, L. Walker. 7, 71. ff. The Future Homemakers of America is a national organization of girls studying home economics in high schools in the United States. Members of the club, this year, repre- sented Northeastern at the Farm Show through their booth demonstration. Also each homeroom was furnished with a sewing kit. Row l - M. Boeckel, R. Baublitz, B, Fissel, Sec., J. Conway, Pres., B. Heindel, V. Pres., I. Baidins, Treas., M. Miller, Parliament., D. Neiman, Row 2 - M. Gress, D. Lecrone, M. Bacon, S. Harris, S. Duerr, B. Craley, N. Deardorff, I. Poe, P. Det- weiler, Mrs. Dunlap, Advisor, Row 3 - B. Walker, R. Weirich, F. Sanger, G. Snellbaker, K. Shen- berger, C. Whisler, C. Heindel, R. 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Weirich, P. PTUJ '9. 9: 3 -:H -Z F 0 E nger, L. Grim, S. Ebersbach, J. Mummert, P. Muth, K. Kennedy, W. Firestone, J. l-lapstetter, B, Danner, R. Bruaw. Detweiler, F. S 4 1'-' 9 I-I 52, 35.-Ag V3.4 . F- wif. . , . ...Q 4. .. 5.1 f f 5, W 55-51:7 13- H.. 1. + I , ,5.,, ,, -.. . ,, , 4. , gy e.,7.,,yf-.f4,.,,.,.,.,, .ww . - 1 ' 1. " f . f -' ":"'E?:f T -F2 .rw 5 ' . " , f ' I-A - ' 'Z 5' 121-'ijziagzmiw cf, T . . -s f 'K ,. .. 2 1 :33 -' 'J' ','f' - r . . " -,. '44 .2 -' i -. ' 'Eff -r ' iff' if- -i' 3 izgwg, ' , I 'Q-is ' Ji iff? . , 5' ' 2't,,,,., . Vg P "- 1 fi 5 ,T f '. if QI 1 i .Vw , . i l tim: Q' ' '4 " . .1 . .. l F rf. ' fir: .-' lx V, ' 'JK' ,,,,i,. If , -. 1 'V ' " ii?-?f5 135 Ti 72- ' . f zz gig.-' , V. . ?t J sf- , 'J , .3-1,-.5-f, 11 121' f 2 L . x i fi ., 3,1 fe--f sr . . A ' W1-f.,-W5aig.y"'t Me- L --2 H f' X Lf' x.rJ'c' ,,,,,, .. 5 i "" 'efffi L A Pres., M. Maul, V . Pres., C. Row l - Ann Landis, Sec., K. Shenberger, Treas., K. Dunlap, Krebs, Row 2 - Mrs. Penrod, Advisor, B. Witmer, J. Bixler, C. Hale, B. Craley, K. Miller, P. Ruby, Row 3 - R. Rhodes, J. Fullerton, B. Swartz. . , . , , .V H - if np. ,, . , .fe pf , N fj, , -'-,gf , , 4 .2-.1 V- - " .-fre: '. ,' , . .Q qw A 51' r. an s f " 'K me li we ' V rf , f X f,,1 4 fitif I K X . mv -il El' K 1 Z. 1 X , .ij 17...- Row l - V. Strong, D. Sweitzer, K. Krebs, L. Smith, G. Hellman, L. Witmer, Row 2 - M Fullerton, C. Drinket, J. Brothers, P. Brenner, C. Doll, B. Fritz, G. Smee, Mrs. DeLong, Advisor, Row 3 - K. King, M. Flinchbaugh, C. Martin, D. Kessler, B. Buckingham. 75 ' M ' ir.: ' i.- I H in , f T r:..w,s i,,.,,, L I i .v - r T A . ' Seaukw 2ed0w44 A chest tor overseas was the main project undertaken by this year's club. With the aid of the numerous departments ot the school, the chest was sent to an unknown destina- tion. The club's purpose is to promote understanding and help the unfor- tunate ot this land ancl lands abroad. This organization has rendered many services to our community. Their proiects have included mak- ing favors, placemats, and ioke books tor veterans' hospitals, ad- dressing Christmas cards for the County Home, and also preparing tor the County Home, and also preparing a chest which will be sent overseas. Through Junior Red Cross our stu- dents aid those who are attiicted and those in need. ,M Ullll 1 1 , f ,f,,,,f ., R. Nace, Vice president, J. Rode, secretary-treasurer, D. Aughenbaugh, J. Good, L. Bougher, B. Klindinst, S. Willman, R. lckes, M. Rite, R. Fisher, D. Gross, B. Stough. G. Strickler, R. Strickler, J. Dorset, F. Hykes, B. Crumbling, P. Deordorff, J. Forcht, L. Bailets, B. Boilets, J. Witkowski, B. Witkowski. Wwmadmmdw The Historical Model Club was orga- nized tor iunior high students who are interested in preparing models ot tig- ures and characters ot world history. The club is sponsored by Mr. Rank. ? w- , Sade 26456066 The Slide Rule Club is organized for those pupils who are interested in learning the basic skills of using the slide rule. Open to senior high stu- dents interested in advanced mathe- matics, the club is sponsored by Mr. Warren Doll. The members traveled to Olmstead Air Force Base in Feb- ruary. S H45 The Electronics Club is composed of senior high students interested in Morse Cocle, amateur radio opera- tion, and electronics theory. During the year the club toured an amateur radio station. The members plan to build their own equipment after they become licensed operators. Row l - R. Wagner, N. Kile, R. Sipe, L. Hake, T. Boeckel, S. Mark, K. Hoover, Row 2 - P Clouser, R. Brillhart, A. Runkle, D. Wallace, C. Miller, K. Conley, P. Bear, C. Stough, J. Kelly Mr. Rank, advisor, Row 3 - G. Gross, D. Lockard, D. Raine, G. Jackson, F. Reisinger, L. Gross K. Walter, G. Reeser, T. Byers, C. Flinchbaugh. 76 .fc . i - ,..1'l4. ..l , f A., ,, , s t mam to W. Brown, P. Baker, J. Sutton, K. Franks, T. Ebaugh, G. Holder, J. Cloyton, R. Heilman, C. Holler, C. Leiphort, J. Sowers, K. Paup, D. Delp, L. Gross, G. Heilrnan, T. Edleblut, D. Hen- derson, D. Gembe, K. Coffman, F. Evans, T. Chapman, L. Eaton, D. Hauer, M. Miller, H. Beinhower, T. Sipe, J. Holtzopple, K. Holder, S. Sowers, M. Fogle, l. Ensminger, W. Store, G. Lantz, L. Brown, L. Murphy. m ,. A A Row l - R. Murphy, R. Grumbine, H. Koper, L. Rhodes, D. Sowers, R. Rogers, G. Forry, T. Mickey. Row 2 - J. Eppley, R. Heindel, R. Perry, R. Krout, R. Brennemon, J. Bostic, T. Donner, Mr. Smith, Advisor, Row 3 - R, Orendorf, Treos., F. Minnick, S. Laughman, R. Delp, G. Staub, R. Glassick, R. Brenneman, Sec., R. Brenneman, Pres., W. Goble. 77 Maude! An unexpected addition to lunch time recreation this year was the Chess Club, under the supervision of Mr. Pike. The boys ot the club could be found in studied compe- tition at the cafeteria, A tourna- ment was staged to determine school chess championship during the second semester. This organization, under the guid- ance ot Mr, Smith, consists ot boys interested in rifles and hunting. As a part ot their year's activities, they have sponsored Hlms on vvilcl lite and have rented the Dover Fish and Game Club tor a rifle range. -w .1 , -"li, UW' '1"4f1.',-'-A '--Fas-1,-S .- '- 'X'FfM'-'TMX1 'cf' ' ' 1 ,q,:.i,.,..-m' gg... A . ,lr 4 x 1 I I pwjectchn dad The members ot this club are trained to use the school audio- visual equipment and assist the various classes and assemblies in their operation, Membership is open to senior high boys and the organization is sponsored by Mr. Koch. .- ' - - . L. ' 'r , l, Stagedzaa This group's activity is chiefly concerned with the building of stage props and operating the stage facilities for school functions in the auditorium. They also operate the lighting system and provide necessary special effects for school theatrical productions. We thank them for the splendid job done with the senior and iunior plays and assembly programs. Row l - M. Adamsg D. Flinchboughy C. Sternerg F. Goody Row 2 - R. Stricklerg R. Bruawg B, Mundisp Mr. Koch, Advisor. Back - E. Sipe, D. Drunk, Mr. Koch, Advisor, J. Rentzelf Front - T. Fodely, D. Gemmill, B. Nor- ton, B. Shaffer. af 4 78 , . i ' " F -- ' egcsfgfinazeefw!i'Maea,e:ge-Q.-51311191A he-:yzgl-.-ie.3fif,fi. ,.,...-.-,-f-,G--,..,.. .- .....- ... O 0 0 , , , S Row l - Jane Conway, Susan Leonhard, Linda Ditienhafer, Barbara Heindel, Nancy Heilman, Row 2 - Ilze Baidins, James Weigle, Richard Fisher, Terry Gross, Mr. Earl Manseau, Advisor. Wann Saad-7 President ..... .. James Weigle Vice-president . . . . . . llze Baidins The Scott W. Knaub Chapter of the National Honor Society was founded in T957 at Manchester High School. The purpose ot the organization is to recognize those students who are outstanding in scholarship, leadership, service, and character and to stimulate students of the school to strive for these attainments. Scholastic require- ments are a 3.0 or a B average. Secretary .. Nancy Heilman Treasurer .. Terry Gross The annual induction ceremony takes place shortly after the third marking period. The maior proiect undertaken by this year's society was providing scholarships for de- serving seniors. To earn money tor these scholarships, a dance was sponsored by the Honor Society on April i. In addition, book covers had been sold during the year. 79 Sammi Sag Row l - S. Duerr, Student opinion editor, A. Grossman, art editor, B. Gembe, assist- ant editor, C. Keech, club news editor, E Pressel, editor, S. Sowers, sports editor, R McFadden, public relations director, L. Sow ers, news editor, I, McHenry, feature editor Row 2 - G. Markley, R. Martin, G. Benedick L. Reisinger, N, Harris, D. Doll, D. Eyler, J Gress. Row 3 - H. Eicher, L. Pugh, J, Nus- boum, M. Baugher, B. Wilt, B. Boyer, D. .' Updegraft, C. Doll, L. Miller. Row 4 - J. : 1414? Farcht, G. Livingston, P. McFadden, circu- lation manager, R. Kann, and K. Zook, photographers. Zbucazece Staff Seated - J. Moore, R. Knudsen, J. Meads, C. Toomey, D. Cunningham, Back - Mr. Cri der, Advisor, C. Keech, N. Craun, D. Gem mill, L. Geesey, Absent - N. Strausbaugh f f ' 'sux 1 I I ' ts D-L Z ' 111.517, . .mv ...J---'55, -sg. ynlw I ' .,. - :"'S"" 'ji ,. , 1 I M. f. W- . - ,. mf.. ., .,f. , ' f'.,r.f,,ifm-.,,-..f 5415.3 ,vm ' 1- ' . . dial The Newspaper Club is a service organization respon- sible for the publication of our school newspaper, "The Orange Sr Black Yak." The obiective of the club is to provide an account of school information and activities, and to teach members the fundamentals of editing a newspaper. Membership is open to grades nine through twelve. ln addition to publishing tive editions ofthe newpaper, the club also sponsored a record hop with the theme of "Old Favorites." Members ofthe club at work placing copy. . .L 4-3- 7 w,u-v , - g V ., Y 7,7 7 -'- ,----v+-- X . V V- '---------4 i ' 1 - 'f' ' ' . ' IA''.""""il"13,:?,"f'i5'i7f"""5ii:':f.5':iil3i?"7'55377.ili:l'f'5iE'l'f'i25iT'iT'H'f? ff5i""lT Tii-f f? ' 1 U I I I I Aw smyy 1967 N VV x 'V The Les Mernoires staff of i961 has been . I Q working day after day since the beginning ' 'S of the school terrn, aided by Mr, Ross Rat- X - N- X ' - :L x L, 7... .,,...-,e,...i2'l -Q A . ff- bb, J.-it 9 V' tb-e - ff: "'ff- To Z' 5441! ,ll Jim Weigle, sports editor, Lindo Dittenhofer, editorein-chief, Susan Leonhord, Barbara Heindel, literary editors. Nancy Heilmon, Ann Griffith, Jane Conway. fensperger, yearbook advisor, Mr. Gunner Hake, literary advisor, and Mr. Vincent Stan- kus, business staff advisor. Facing merciless and seemingly endless deadlines and piles upon piles of writing, editing, photographing and typing to be done, our work was cut out for us, Now, with both the year and the book at their close, we find that the yearbook ha. become very much o part of us. It is our hope that this, the 1961 edition ot Les Mem- oires, will become for you, its readers, o treasured collection of the memorable events of the year. Z L22 if . 'L ' 4.1 ,, W' ' X 1' . ,a.,p5.g 0 fz,.4.:6 " gaaxlaedd Stdff Mr, Stonkus, D, Miller, D. Sides, J. Moore, S. Hendrickson, J. Rentzel, R. Bruaw, J. Krafft, G. Benedick, J. Conway. :.r:5'513 qwL?z:f,a ,gg-,.,Q-cz-ya: f, 1-izgcyf if ' f f f Q. f ' yn 133- ,f . I 'f" ff GZ! " 342115.-3 ' 1 B? 4.-.gk L ., ,,-, I oW,y.., ff, , f "m x J' J..- , ..,., , 2 ..,. -.f W i J dz' '- y. ..-- V i-"if .. "f L' ,' ' ' ji- H V . lf'i5"5i' 5' "' --fs-,ww-.. 'ef sw ,V . ' ' ' ' - " fiffff' " ,-.-f,5"45f4iSG." Z flieiim' L, 1. 4 ' 'J ? 7' 21:1 If 47. 4 H- una . . . , . - 3, w. 1 V,.,.. f .. two ' 1 52, fx . ' :1 g '1-:'jj.f2.'fzj"'""'f""i'.':5fffj5jgg:.f:f,f1:75-"W ,....,..e1 2- 5 , .f1..:fz.' ,.-q:-1.:--f+:.-- Junior yearbook staff members, Susan Fritz and Kenneth Ken- nedy assist the senior staff mem- bers. 81 P Ken Zook and Glenn Musser look over cz new print. 1 . .. W.. f:.-,.,,.. -- fs-V ,:ww-.::1firr'Pv'f5:7"'."TFn'L'3??'?Y57l"T?f'5'l5T'v--' "' 7' if g v"f1'i?f-2i'i"- 'j .. .wir V52-. 1 ' ' fn i P V f 1 f V TT . 5 l 1 I I l I . ev- 4 l ' U 5 31-1 F 1 .,., ,,,, . .. ., ' ff . -, ' f . F7"::f I 1 1 A Z7 ' " ' J 5 1, i y if 1 U ,L '53 4 pry? - A K My . ' me 'fr Row l - Miss Davis, C. Folk, N. Deordorfl, R. Moriin, K. Ely, W. Bailey, P. Bear, R. Knudsen, S, Hendrickson, C. Hole, S. Grim, J. Bixler, N. Heilman, M. Bacon, W. ShaFier, J. Pail. Row 2 - S. Fries, E. McAfee, J. Wright, l. Boidins. Row 3 - D. Strausbaugh, C. Toomey, C. Crone, L. Snelhaker, J. Miller, K. Dunlap, G. Benedick, L. Zinn, P, Stough, G. Snellbaker, T. Livingston, J. Weigle, M. Hom- boch, C. Meyer. Row 4 - B. Rhodes, F. Knaub, J. Hoftinger, R. Rhodes, J. Moore, S. Mohr, J. Brennemon, E. Murphy, A. Griffith, 8 ----4511: -.1 .Aria S. Doll, J, Good, J. Werning, B. Donner, B. Shaffer, M. Busser Vice-Prs., John A. Good, Jr., secretory, Joyce Brenneman, Treasurer .lone Conway. Accompanisfs are Ruthann Knudsen, Marion Bacon Susie Doll, and Susan Leonhard. Wa? a,f704az 636743 ep. Miss Davis plays o record for the Senior Chorus to study for their own rendition. 82 1 F V L. T-- P 95.16 ......., .... -W.-I-ee Row 5 - R. Weirich, L, Kessler, J. Reeser, L. Diffenhafer, S. Leon' hard, J. Paup, D. Miller, R. Sunday, D. Sides, C. Heilman, R. Wilder- son, J. Brenner. Chorus officers are: president, Susan Leonhard- 1 f . ' : rw-"-n ff.--" ia' xp'-'f'.'p,,v:qr-,Ripv..-.. 11, 1- , f-,,,-,l.,,- , ,,. ,.,,-,, ng. s1r',: v3,-.W i . - , .,i Q H . 1 ,. , , g g, , ., f f Iv " J. f"'r"'r-i , ifci ' " , ,- ' 1, ..f-.-r-- , . ., - .L ,. s ' kv., ...am 1, w r ll?,Q5".5l-1 . 4 I , 'bmi' Q is ,Y Q ' , I I . 'T i .vggfh ,sw io .' .agp 2 , F .Z .T Y 4 .rf 4 . . ,Z , I, I, Rf ia I J I 7, K .A .5 f P6 , fx I' f , ' 'f. af 5 f ' . . 4 ff . . J mga, . ..J. is ... , J- ff" ' LW. 4- i 4? , 0 :Q , , , V fa I ,ij v Row l - B. Crumling, J. Mummert, K. McClain, D. Snowberger, L. Sweitzer, L. Fahringer, I. Poe. Row 4 - B. Brown, B. Kirby, K. Ken- Nade, V, Swartz, N. Craun, G. McAfee, D. Snowberger, A. Lecrone, nedy, K. Holder, S. Harris, B. Fissell, J. Conway, K. Shenberger, D. B. Heindel, P. Detweiler, B. Gheen, J. Nagle, D. Mumma, E. Kreeger, Cunningham, D. Ahrens, E. Pressel, J. Sanger, J, Meads, S. Fritz, L. Reisinger, P. Topper. Row 2 - R. Walker, B. Sullivan, N. King, J. Hollinger, P. Weirich. Row 5 - R. Updegroff, C. Sharples, J. D. Gen-imill, B. Brenneman. Raw 3 - D. Druck, R. Weirich, R. Smith, Walker, D. Deardorfl, R. Bruaw, B. Brenner, S. Ebersbach, A, Boch, G. Benedick, B. Krebs, S. Duerr, S. Aughenbaugh, B. Witmer, K. P. Stambaugh, L. Walker, L. Rode, R. Lease, C. Keech. Haas, N. Gladtelter, M. Allen, K. Brenneman, S. Ensminger, S. "Say it with music" - our chorus has always expressed themselves beautifully through their music. Throughout this year, they have presented many programs, featuring light-hearted num- bers such as "Cranberry Corners" to the sacred "Create in Me." Their music has served as an effective aid to worship in the Community Prayer Week, the special Thanksgiving and Christmas assemblies, and the Baccalaureate and Commencement programs. With the band, and two other choral groups, they participated in the annual Spring Concert. Our school has well been represented by them as they entertained various organizations of the county. 83 , . V 1 ' ' '--- f. Kill! i u i i i i w... 11? - ' r -.f -it 4 an ' 'Z , I IW "W, . Wig , ,943 ,it 4' 1 4 1:54 1-ff", f-an '4' ., fin ' . V , 4. . bf. Q, W, , V f A, . an . lf ' Aff- " fl f w az I M V ,J -Qin '-7, ' X Z, uf 'H ., 5 f 4 'fy 4, 2 H ' ft 'Y ff ,, x I 7 y . ' I 1 'V I' - , , Hi 1. A --rf' , A ,V ,1 If v, , f I 'fy ,- I ' 'Q ' A 1 Zmziwza Sw? swammrsewmwgwm The largest of our school choruses, composed of seventh and eighth grade students, has included in its perform- ances ot the year, the Christmas Assembly and the Spring Concert. 1, cf, Because of the size of the group, the rehearsals were done in two sections, one meeting Wednesday, the other Friday. Lynne Bruaw and Cheryl Snyder were the cho- rus accompanists. 4 4 " W I l If 1 fl l 5. A . 4- j, at , iq -A, , Y., A Y r I., zip! Q, if y is gh A .W fr 5,4 s 6461. ,f A- , Q ...W U V 2 Q, ll- 1 r Lf T' in 6:1 f 1 ,. rl l V., if 1 f of - 2, V' 5 T f , iw 'yr , ' . ii 04 Q ,Q I, , ' ' Y' W f fr - - A f L, W f iz, 7 x 5 Xxx xx l 756 Day WMM Www gow! Ou-Wmwbzed 7Zc2nt4cuu6 76444 Qzade Zdoaac This choral group ot one-hundred members has lent its Krebs, Vice-president, William Brenner, Secretary, Re- talents to providing music for assemblies, dedications in becca Knight, and Treasurer, Nan Good. Serving as the surrounding area, P.T.A. meetings, and the Spring accompanists were Robert Bartz, Joan Boyer, Nan Good, Concert, and Carol Krebs. Olticers of the organization were: President, Carol l ,, iff" XFAEW 4 . A ' .ff I 5 . .uf f , W by 14, gif In ,,, r L ' 17, . ' ' ' ' Y T , -, " lillli ,,Y ,, ,, i , k g, , Lil' f 'F - ln A 7 4Jtd7l4d44 J. Huggins, G. McCarney, R. Eisensmith, R. Wagner, R. Brenner, R. Rodgers, R. Reinecher, B. Rentzel. P S. Ebersbachg Standing - M. Bacon, T- Dan' ner, R. Smith, B. Shaffer, fF. Good, K. Z0OlC, F. Bechtel. 746604654 - Rowl - T. Good, S. Nouse, D. Glcdfelter, S. Wolf, I, Ensminger, R. Lease, D. Doll, L. Nei- man. Row 2 - B. Smith, D. Culbert, V. Coble, C. Delp, H. Crump, J. Sherrill, G. Hottinger, J. Yinger, R. Miller. 7fwmpet4 Row l - D. Gemmill, R. Stough, J. Roth, G. Smee, R. Kann, S, Willman. Row 2 - T. Livingston, S. Fries, W. Danner, J. Millar, H. Bottomley, J. Weigle. Row l - D. Snowberger, D. Snowberger, S. Doll, Leiphart, R. Kling, T. Wallace, J. Heist. Row 2 - Pofl, L. Neff, D..Kessler, J. Mummer1, B. Crumling Rentzel, H. Buckwalter, C. Holler. .I . . . El 86 LN Welwedp The band, consisting of approximately 75 members, has The bancl has been performing an excellent service' to participated in an active program this year. Their talents our school and receives our hearty thanks and ap- were used in providing entertainment in assembly pro- preciation. grams, marching in the various holiday parades, playing Band officers are president, Jim Weigle, quartermaster, at basketball games and pep rallies, and the Spring Bill Danner, Librarian, Tom Livingston. Concert. Sd, 5 gfafzac y 7mm K. Bacon, D. King, R. Brenneman, Standing, G. McKim, J. Lingg K. McClain, B. Bortz, I. Ensminger, D. Willis. M. Ebersbach, R. Trayer. 87 H-mswfff am-gf 1 w.-mx i YWI"3e-iw. Wa, Y' W-N' V We! -s..-e- EGMWM4 H. Boyer, S. Mohr, E. Murphy, D. Crumling, J. Poup, L. Miller. Among the new faces of The year were some helpful additions To our marching band, The color guard, ma- iorelfes, and flag Twirlers. These girls organized their unit in the first half of The year with Mrs. Dietz as Their in- sfructor, and made many of their own cosiumes. They are To be com- mended for a splendid job. Wzayauxa J. Hottinger, Standing, M. J. Craft, L. 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'. ff' ,if .- ' 'f .- 1311.-f ',.' , .V AWZVMVF'H:745V?n'-IV:fI J ' f4Zfaf:w4::Zyf:m:VVwas V W And,-'VAVW' fW 4V:ff,.a9 ,Q Vw ,1pz:V,.:,,:V V . , . V VM- ., V,,g,: .!yZ95'gffM-4.-MQQVV-:VA3 -'riff' 1 if .f of ffv- ' ' WWZMWSIQ-' 2 f I f 2 .. , .f rv 7.-",.5i,:5'q21f ' Q2 za, 5:1 ffzmm . Row l - R. Sunday, M. Fogle, R. Sanger, J. Yinger, G, Livingstone, Sheeley, G. McCarney. Row 4 - H. Bottomley, B. Hake W Donner R. Trayer, J. Ferree, T. Heilrnan, K. Decker, Wm. Schaeffer Coach T. Jones, N. Davis. Row 2 - G. Heilman, J. Gladfelter, R. Bortz, N. Weirich, R. Livingstone, S. Willman, W. Kirby. Row 3 - J. Weigle, Row 5 - D. Willman, K. Shefler, J. Manager, L. Miller, J. Decker, B, Rentzel, R. Smith, G. McKim, H. T. Gingerich. I I Www fggdlltf The Coach - the seniors - the trophy -ui ..1lV1?'!!.'H!KiHKHD. Penn Manor ......... Lancaster Country Day ............. North Harford ....... York Country Day Dover Lancaster Country Da North Harford York Country Day Dover Pequea Valley Exhibition Game Rentzel, G. King T Gross THEY WE O 3 O 6 O I I N , 1 1 - 0 - V m u, 1 1 n i ilu. .1-rw, 114 v.1+f" s Hersh at practice. For the second consecutive year, our Northeastern boaters have brought the York County Championship trophy to our school. Under the watchful eye of Coach Schaeffer, the team practiced and played with much enthusiasm, and above all, a high re- gard for sportsmanship. For the hrst time in many seasons, we had an undefeated and untied record in league competition, being defeated in District 3 playotts by Pequea Valley, 3 to O. Nev heads it Here it comes, boysl up the tie r,,,u 91 Monk saves with pains 2 ,,,,, ,,...,,,, 1, gf. if .ft -vi v-...,. , if 4555? " , "M Q4 ' X , -aff" - .J r M iii? l l l i l l l li ,l l l ll l. l l l 1 il. Row I - Mr. Kessler, coach, J. Decker, J. Ferree, K, Decker, M. Hombach, N. Weirich. Row 2 - T. Mc Dermott, T. Gross, C, Shcrples, M. Rife, K. Shefterf J. Weigle, monoger. 3454414 ' 74444474 The Bobcot quintet, under the coaching of Phil Kessler, started the seoson by posting o 4 wins, i loss record in ex- hibition ploy, During league clction, however, the compe- tition become more keen. Although locking in height, the teom hod on obundonce of speed ond spirit which brought them to the end ot the seoson with C1 lO win, ii loss record. 92 . Northeastern for two - 1.0.1. -,-,.L!2 - 1, uw., 1 , . W . , . A , LJ ruumimmmmfzffi-.vm :mf-'""HNMWf---'r f Hersh trys, but . . . ng f by Jim. Butch breaks through for two. 93 1 TEAM OPPONEN fCedor Chit .....,...... t'York Country Do Y +DoIIostown , ...... ... "Northern . . . "Susquehonnock Central .... West York . . Dollcistown . Dover ...... Red Lion ,... York Suburban Spring Grove Eastern .... Central .,.. Kenncird-Dole West York ..... . . . Susquehonnock Dover ....... . . . Southwestern Spring Grove Southwestern bl' Exhibition gornes 10 wins 11 loses TS 41 30 36 50 48 69 78 62 48 64 54 87 68 71 68 69 54 36 53 75 61 N .HS 51 50 51 65 47 49 60 46 49 31 64 67 45 41 56 45 57 76 59 63 66 ,MAIME-1,i,,, . l.-.',,4,,..x.,, .f,,..2-.V-,q:, lg, 4.275 ,., .I ,.1,.-,-.5 1 ,t.,,.,f W., - ..-L-.. ,,..A, A. 1, ., , ,.......-...,.1...-T-.1 52 D01 . .nr Row 1 - W. Kirby, R. Bortz, W. Glodfelter, S. Willman, B. Rentzel, G. McKim. Row 2 - T. Livingstone, Manager, K. Holder, R. Trayer, Mr. Stankus, Coach, H. Bottomley, J. Jordan, B. Shatter. Our Junior Varsity, under the coaching of Mr. Stankus, did not have a winning season, valuable experience had a rough road to hoe this year since the maiority was gained to spark next year's varsity tive. of the players were new to the sport. Although they Harry goes up for two. ..f,........,.. L, I I 2664? TEAM OPPONENTS N.l-l.S 1'Cedar Cliff . , . ...... 36 35 1'Dallastown . . . , 48 32 t'Northern ...... . . . 31 41 1'Susquehannock . .. . 27 40 Central ..,. . . . 67 32 West York , . . . 68 41 Dallastown . . . 59 37 Dover .... . . . 50 43 Red Lion ..... 71 36 York Suburban . .. . 58 45 Spring Grove 60 41 Eastern .... . . . 66 34 Central .... . . . 59 39 Kennard Dale 64 47 West York .... .. . 58 39 Susquehannock . . . . 42 44 Dover ..... . . . 48 56 Southwestern . . . 56 29 Spring Grove 73 28 Southwestern . . . . . 39 36 klfxhibition Games 4 wins 16 losses ..,,, ,,.N.,.5'- .: ...fi L.. ,, 87553259111 .f,r,5Q:f'f-- W' ' -,,.r'.-.f-rgefnrw fr ,W W. 3fwff:ff1.Qmffe.,:-.. 1 . ' ' fit. . , ,. J- .. ,.4E!,,,:,.'1f .yr .. J 2' Sfaiiw 4 gt 4 l ' 'frisfirf L tgfwf' Regres- Row i - M. Ebersbaugh, J, Pokepec, L. Gross, R, Fisher J Clemens J Ylnger Manager Row 2 M Schaeffer, G. Heilman, A. Naylor, B. Anderson, N. Davin D King Row 3 G King R Helnaman F. Sherrill, G. Livingstone, G. Craley. fc. 2456454 Again this year our Junior High Varsity squad took the win- nings tor basketball at Northeastern. Coach SchaeFFer's five cruised through the season with an i8 win and 3 loss rec- ord and placed second in team standings in the county league. Grey is up and over. 96 N V J - V- ig,1:2,f11g'i. H ..-Q smgmgl' -.3 L,-..-....,,..1 Lu,..,,.,,1 Z"' 3 I g --ww . - ver- V . Q --' , , . -- H I , r V,-V 5-an .J wi L J- i, - . fa. We 7 With Mr. Huber as coach, our Junior High Junior Varsity team was given its first and most important lessons in offensive and defensive basketball. Again and again, the future stars practiced the plays. As a result, they wound up the season with 5 Wins, 9 loss record. Weirich for a sure two. ROW l - J. Heinciman, J. Heist, C. Leiphart, H. Buckwalter, R. Weirich. ROW 2 - R. Rodgers, G. Heil- man, D. Delp, C. Holler, R. Heilmon. ROW 3 - Mr. Huber, coach, R. Heilmcn, F. Sanders, G. Benedick. it l'l'9 1 l if lsbbll V V 9 7 ,f . -f . . ueifxsgs.1'3,4111f1,2::e1':-fsmi-'s:1..f:r:s::f1s- ,. -o.:m.:s:fQs-L-ersgssw . 1...-,-..,kws,f..... ,.,,...... 'A " . ,...,- ,, ,,,,,.,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,, l, , -, i-. ROW I - R. Weirich, manager, R. Sanger, G. Fernsler, L. Baugher, C. Senft, D. Marlowe, D. Anderson. ROW 2 - W. Staugh, P. Muth, H. Adams, E. Whitecamp, S. Bowers, J. Richie, W. Shue, manager, Mr. Henry, Mr. Kline, coaches. WW ' Despite the fact that this was their tirst year in the With a background at experience, it is foreseeable that county league, our Northeastern grappiers have done the trophy may become theirs within a few years. exceedingly well. Grant goes for a pin. 98 1 51332 L -W , . L E H 1 ew If Dennis demonstrates good form For the past three years Fun Bowl in Manchester has been the scene of many embroiled intramural bowling matches for both senior and iunior high students, this year has been no exception. The iunior high matches were bowled after school hours while the senior high contests were rolled on Saturday mornings. The bowlers held a banquet as a climax to their successful season. LEAGUE OFFICERS: Sharon Mohr, president, Karen Shen- berger, vice-president, Esther Murphy, secretary, Jacque- line Moore, treasurer. Could it be a strike, Karen? I M I The timber flies on a solid Brooklyn hit. QQ f 1 1 ' gh f Jw Q ffrif -:Q ' ,ig , .X , , , , , f ,. gi15Q:,i2j2fi1ff'mr,ff , " on ,W ,-zzz! - , i 'ril2i4:.f?5?i5ffii5fi ' 7 12 W ww 99 ,.....-,J i . i , , 1 fm i .. ..,. .,,. , - . A I ngtgxmxmimn i-1 , V- ll 1 ...,..i..,.n imtitm-fniimimm' Boblcittens practice for perfection in game, ' mmf 3 1 I I Guys and gals at Nl-l.S. are again anxiously waiting for the beginning of the coming interscholastic volleyball season. Now that practice has finally started, Miss Bricker, the Kittens coach, and Mr. l-lenry, the Bobcat mentor, are trying to decide which candidates will make the team. We all wish the very best ol luclc to them in the coming games. Win or lose, we are sure that the teams will represent our school to the best of their ability in sportsmanship and teamwork. How's that, Coach? 100 -4 , -u - ' V -. ..g ,.-,,g,..-.'.- ,.,,,..,1g,,Q,r:,4 . ...L-z -g,:f-,.'.4,L,,-,, ,g...,al.. ,, ' A' ' Lhfi.,....',,,3mi,i...,.:. Q, -.N..n.M.f7 . -M nu., 1, m.,.,.,, .-.T .1,,,.A,Af A- I 4 Boo ls up . . . and spikes it. ln'--LW AY ,ii 1 1 N we T' x ' ' A , -". p-f-:fwfr ... , ,3,,e,h' ,. U. Q. K -4-1,-.. - -+1 7y6l4'l6f46 5, A . iv 4 . . 'L 77 , f ff If I I I xv '25 114 ," 4 ,Hy fn. ., s. " ' 1 1 1, 'Y 'F , , 9 4 7 f 4' W ,why Y .nit 7 i A l 1 ' l X 'I 1 w H Wt ,Cf X , f 1 if f S Q , J ,I S. s f N- , Y ' , l 4 , nl' :VN 5 . Mi' I if ,E I 2? ' A ,f if e sf" dl f i. 4. 1' ..J' ' ROW l - L. Gorham, M. Gillen, C. Wolf, D. Burkhart. ROW 2 - K. Krebs, B. Smith, J. Grove, L. Pugh, L. Bruaw, T. Mohr. Our cheerleaders reflect school spirit and good sportsmanship, while giving the teams strong moral support in athletic events, The senior squad is coached by Miss Glenda Bricker and co-captained by Joyce Brennernan and Joyce Becker. One of their yearly proiects is to send rep- resentatives to cheerleading clinic during the sum- mer. To raise funds tor this expense, they sponsor 102 the sale of school jackets. The iunior high squads have cheered alternately this year, while working tovvard the purchase of new uniforms, They are coached by Miss Rosalyn Green- lee. Both squads have participated in the annual cheer- leading contest held at Central High School. -.IAQ-Y , ...Twp , I 'K ' if L.. 3.2-'fr' m-, -'-:',g.iz.fgzi'.i if-I iii is W w, V ,V for ,f X 1, f r 'QT 7 5 M- ' my 42 -, : V ,g ,Q ff: 2 'X ,hp Wm. o- 5 3, 4,-4 I' 5 ' 1' '?"'7 T .EV KNEELING: Nancy Croun, Brenda Gembe, Carol Krebs. STANDING: Dorothy Cunningham, Joyce Becker, Joyce Brennemon, Irene McHenry, Karen Shenberger, Jocquie Moore. sum :ma Freshman and Sophomore boys enjoy playing noontime basketball. ,Z fr- J .W 1, :gag 7 fl 7 The noonhour Intramurals at Northeastern this year have been very well organized and very much enjoyed by a majority of both iunior and senior high students. The intramurals started in the fall with girls' field hockey followed by boys' basketball, girls' volleyball, and finally girls' basketball. The girls' games were ofllciated by members of the G.A,A. while the boys' games were refereed by the members of basketball teams. 104 Our amateur "hoopstresses" at work. we if' LA " ' Q . , 'nT'7""T"'T"YQeww-"N L- . ' 'V , V ,541 4-.gluf . ff 4-' " A 435' " ' I ' Y',.-".'-.'5.1.1Q.4- .5331-T-,33ii,g,',i3:,,f45-,Lim:5:g,gg:,j2':ig31'f.f.',.f"gi-4'1t':::f:3.'zirgriizf1'i7zi1'iifL7E21:j.:ii'1if'SK.T...'L'gg- feed www, L. Grim, A. Lecrone, F. Knaub, C. Hale, S, Grim, R. Martin, L. Snelbaker, . Strausbaugh, S. Fries, B. Wilt. 3644- Day 7mm N. ROW l - S. Lumpkin, K. Lee, L. Forry, J. Nagle, D. Eyler, M. Miller, L. Grim, B. Wilt. ROW 2 - B. Rhodes, M. Miller, F. Knaub, S. Fries, D. Crumling, J. Fullerton, I. McHenr Snelbaker, N. Strausbcugh y, L. , D. Sfefly, F. Sanger, M. Moul. 7mea6 I. McHenry, B. Will. J. Bear, F. Knaug, C. felter, S. Lumpkin, W. Wright, .-gm., Glad- - 551.2315fiwngfggz111133612fzzgzamzpfzzfmy-1,111,.,.,,,. . 5445192 L , . ,f ' ' few-..,f,.,,. ,, , - - 1- fr, ruff- , , wr-..,a:114f1:1'-1-'rf-"V 1.--14' . ,af '- f ' 1:33 , .:a3.5,51,1513,- 'i12g:551gg:3g:.- , ,.,.. 1 A-1, 3' L 213, . - 3 U-1 ,1 ' f, f ff- f yn, we -1-sw' V :fe-1:1212--' 291, Q ' me - Z 1 f. ff!" '- f 'cfzfrh-f i24'f'111'3 fr- 440 "carry, ,alfa 'iz' J. rf . ,. - 50.1. 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' - Q -ff f fi' ff s ,I I -f W, 1.41" 9.37445 ,,. , x 57,4 "'f:'.3w, Al 'lima ii 1- . - i w- 'll Y - lx ,gr . f ,,,'ra .,m1,:.-' " 11 j F . , , 4' fr ' Q ff. -5.1. ..j . f v ,. I L ' .. .. .,,, f. g'g,4,,'-ag, Z . f . .. .1 ,f X. T.-'T.'ff'?f'y-ifil . ' . r '..'f W-1' ' ,. , was 1- ,we .yf-:f d-gg,-f": fy' .C f , ,ff 1' -,xv ,,-."5f4f'1f2:ff.i2a.,1g,, cflffifmlf ' ,,,f,'..ffe,..f. "fm-:'r:','?iEzQ"' ' Wi? ' - .,".'f-31 'Tk 4. Lmzafviaf n.:wAw21x1eL'Q-f51.,-... . -e.i2.'.:.2pxi2L'.'i.1125 105 Hlm.Q L 'K ifkvwfk . -W A 'gafcat ' ade 64560 During the 1960 season, our Bobcat nine, under the watchful eye of Coach Kessler, played their way through a 9 win, 2 loss season to recapture the Northern Division trophy for Northeastern. The playoff for the county championship was held at Memorial Stadium in York between Northeastern's nimble nine, and Red Lion, our traditional county foe and Southern Division cham- pions. THEY Spring Grove .... Dover .... . . Central ...... . . York Suburban . . . West York . . . . Spring Grove After a long, well-fought, battle, Red Lion emerged the victor scoring only two runs to our none. At the present time, Mr. Kessler is in the process of building the team for the fast approaching '61 season. The coach and the team anticipate another champion- ship year as they have lost only three of their former starting players. THEY Dover . . . Central ..... . . . York Suburban . . . . West York . . . . . . Red Lion ................ County Championship game Sheeleyp N. Weirich- R. Trayer- R. Bortz. SECOND ROW - . B. Brenner- T. Hombach-J. Decker- C. Heilman-Mr. Kessler. Holder- J. Rentzel- B, Gross- T. Gross- M. Knaub- K. Shaffer D. WE WE 3 8 O 4 O I7 8 l l 4 6 O 27 O 4 I 9 6 li 'k 2 O 7 2 k FIRST ROW - T. Livingston, manager, D. Miller, M. Hombuch, H. Gross. THIRD ROW - J. Weigle, manager, T. Heilmanp T. Gingerichp f f R , , , , 'f.3T?2'x wwf , 106 X ghur n 1 N mnq l watch du max. 5 V H I IL hum! :xt muh: .x xv Ummm uc 'erm nh uv the img M Ku HMI -:fm sunms.. SUNY. the dnrkc singnhxr ui stem. the s.uh3cu uf dw scnrcncc m the Nm-M per, maxkixng such :uhm- -QCS HQ HFC UCCCSSLIYY. Van-:slra aywvm css. P5 1 Kmg-umm: X Adu AHphdwHGS1 xmrs Kass ikn bmi. n have :mn mu nm- ,,, W...Wnwx mm mac shun I fy.. . ""'-,H Q 'W , 'fy f I 72 NDC not Turn bac k When You are lust of The QOQIJ' ,-1-,V X x rf? 'Y . Zz:-4 - 1 Hg' I -r, , V Ad 1 H ,Q X e il if . F -54 ., -is tw- 1 A ,, 'QQ A.,lv...fL4. . .fy ' 0 I I Enya 5 pzam '34 deck, een ln the Hrst exciting months of the new year, the Juniors chose their class rings with much enthusiasm. Then with anticipation, they awaited the arrival of their rings. The Juniors presented a three act ploy entitled "On Bor- rowed Time." The class used these funds to help sponsor the Junior-Senior Prom, which was held at the Yorktowne. 46 E 4 ! , M Junior Closs Officers: Janetta Wright, treasurer, Steve Sowers, president, Norma Straysbaugh, secretary, Keith Shefter, vice-president. . J' ROW l - N. Craun, T. Ettinger, S. Firestone, M. Hake, B. Wilt, J. 3 - R. Weirich, S. Sewers, R. Hawbaker, K. Zook, L. Geesey, J. Ketterman, W. Lady, J. Sanger, J. Evans, L. Rode, ROW 2 - D. Werning, L. Snyder, R. Wertz, L. Walker, J. Wright, J. Smith, J. Druck, G. Lantz, J. Fink, G. Staub, B. Hake, B. Kirby, K. Shenberger, Snelbgker, D. Dolan, T. McDermott, E. Fink, K. Sheffer, D. Snowberger, ROW m t z 'aw . -ai, pl: I ' Z'-I In 7' f 13.11, 4 ' . , LQYAL i ROW i - J. Bixler, S. Grim, C. Hale, M. Bacon, W. Bailey, J. An- L. Fink, N. Glaclfelter, K. Ely, D. Gemmillg ROW 3 - W. Firestone, S. derson, R. Hake, L. Grim, J. Hollinger, J. Hoover, ROW 2 - C. Fries, K. Kennedy, G. Hinkle, K. Delp, S. Fritz, S. Ebersbach, B. Crone, S. Ensminger, A. Grossman, B. Wright, L. Fahringer, K. Haas, Donner, K. Holder, H. Bottomley, D. Brothers, S. Bowers. 108 K i ,iryfvggmrlzg5?5,,f,1?q,M,?,?,gm5 :EIL y f we-ffw... .1 , I 1 ,, ...rw- I J 1 , .Q 1 . V ROW I - J. Marihland, A. Le- ' . Crone, K. McClain, G. McAfee, J. Meads, W. Shatter, B. Lehman L ' D. Mummap ROW 2 - L. Rei singer, G. Mnrkley, C. Keech, E Kreeger, R. Lease, G. McKim, L Miller, R. Rhodes, ROW 3 - W Schwartz, R. Rentzel, F. Ort, C Meyers, J. Millar, Absent - G Repmon. . ROW I - L. Conley, S. Aughenbaugh, L. Crane, B. Brenneman, G. Benedick, R. Baker, K. Brennernan, M. Allen, ROW 2 - P. Bear, S. Duerr, A. Boch, S. Doll, D. Cunningham, C. Craley, L. Baugher, R. Bupp, S. Cassel, R. Brenner, ROW 3 - D. Ahrens, C. Deip, R. Aidinger, J. Hapstetter, C. Cassel, M. Busser, B. Crum- Iing, R. Brenneman, R. E. Brenneman, Absent - R. W.'Brenneman. , 3 4-4 1 ROW 1 - D. Snowberger, L. Nude, B. Krebs, C. Toomey, L. Nouse, T. Livingston, P. Stambaugh, V. Swartz ROW 2 - N. Sutton, E. McAfee, E. Pressel, R. Martin, F. Knaub, J. Mummert, R. Sunday, J, Poff, G. Mc Carney, ROW 3 - J. Warner, J. Reeser, B. Shaffer, J. Roth, J. Walder, P. Muth, G. Musser, Absent - N Strausbaugh. 109 rx' ' ' ' H 'L+-XA . 5? , ROW I - S. Doll, B. Gembe, D. Doll, D. Fetrow, M. Fuller, B. Glodfelter, S. Hollerbush, J. Harris, V. Fish, M. Evonsg ROW 2 - D. Eyler, J. Gress, F. Gladtelter, D. Crumling, T. Horget, F. Hoftmoster, J. Good, R. Dittenhofer, G: Forry, ROW 3 - J. Glodfelter, R. Heilmon, B. Grott, D. Fish, E. Ahrens, M. Dovis, T. Boch: Absent - P. Anderson. Pb ROW l - M, Adoms, M. Boeckel, R. Boublitz, M. Criswell, M. Allowoy, B. Croley, G. Cossel, H. Burkey, M. Allowoy, J. Billet, ROW 2 - T. Fodely, J. Ehrhort, C, Edleblute, D. Conley, B. Boilets, B. Brothers, R. An- derson, S. Delp, D. Clemens, ROW 3 - R. Bortz, B. Brenner, I. Crone, M. Altlond, L. Boilets, R. Brillhart, J. Diehl, P. Boeckel. ' mewfzw Anticipation of their neoring sixteenth birthday and the subsequent driver's license are current thoughts of the Sophomore class. As bona tide members ot the senior high for the first time, their thoughts turn to serious deliberation and study over future oc- cupotions. With iunior high now completely in the bockground, they hove opened the door to senior high lite. Brodley Rentzel, president, Carol Krebs, vice-president, Ann 90.51 ' Q' Londis, secretory, Bill Brenner, treasurer. 110 - ,- " ' -. 'w 1 .- - V. .v .. . V, . -,. W W- ,. l q g7'.1.fr'f4.iZN:r,'fi.? 1 , viwgl.1,QqMgn53',,n..r,, .Q , fy W- . 'V - ,-195,591-gg-ttf.-.ffl-.ffm A ,, AI. .1 I W v:...,,-1--f-f ' xl' ' ' H .. . . 1' Q L M We :gi f?'i ' Ii ROW 1 - P. Ruby, T. Smith, K. Miller, R. Rodgers, S. Shaffner, D. Schwartz, L. Sowers, R. Schafter, M. Miller, C. Strausbaugh, ROW 2 - R. Miller, B. Walker, S. Reidel, K. Orendorf, R. Musser, K. Meade, W. Sunday, G. Snelbaker, E. Sipe, I. McHenry, ROW 3 - L. Miller, M. Miller, R. Reinecker, J. Rode, P. Murphy, R. Mundis, R. Trayer, R. Strickler, B. Rentzel. Jw, ROW l - J. Nagle, L. Hain, L. Holtzapple, D. Humer, C. McFadden, C. Krebs, D. LeCrone, P. Hake, ROW 2 - A. Landis, L. LaPrairie, S. Lumpkin, K. Lee, S. Gundy, L. Witmer, N. Harris, G. Kreeger, M. Hawbaker, ROW 3 - S. Wolf, T. Jones, T. Kohler, J. Jordan, R. Mann, J. King, B. Kennedy, J. Krebs, Absent - D. Kope, B. Watters. 1 - i nfl ,i ROW l - D.Stonesifer, S Willmcn, B. Swartz, D. Troup J. Runkle, M. Eisensmith, J Q, Spiese, D. Gemmill, ROW 2 - nl f' N T, Drawbaugh, L. Fogle, R Wilderson, S. Repman, N. Wei ,-ich' R. Troup, R. Updegratt lg ROW 3 - P. Fitzgerald, J Sfrong, J. Fullerton, J. Spang ww fer, T, Heilman, C. Sterner ' Absent - M. Rauscher, S. Sipe 111 ..h.nvvee:f. Y -.T .-.. . i T' I ' y ammmn-nw -g-ef, J 1 X l n iii X 1 -Y M . . f ::"'Rl,!" - ROW l - D. Anderson, M. Be A shore, S. Beck, F. Bechtel, J Q Bear, N. Adams, S. Adams, C Anderson, W. Duerr, ROW 2 - C Allison, M. Brenner, J. Bear, M Baugher, K. Crall, L. Fetrow, R Bartram, E. Anderson, J. Craun C. Doll, S. Aughenbaugh, D Burkhart, J. Boch, J. Bloss, S Benedick, S. Betz, K. Bowen, B Abel, J. Flinchbaugh, J. Clemens rand, G. Croley, J. Farcht, B son, Lynn Brown, B. Anderson. ROW l - J, Hollerbush, E. Ettinger, C. Carico, C. Bruaw, P. Dietz, C. Fernsler, E. Ettinger, C. Grim, F. Doll, D. Craley, ROW 2 - L, Chaney, J. Hanna, J. Harget, N. Earhart, H. Eicher, M. Fogle, D. Dunavin, G. Ferree, J. Dietz, R. Kann, G. Hoffecker, J. Hollerbush, ROW 3 - R. Kemper, K. Doll, P. Emenheiser, C. Ferree, A, Ellwein, H. Diehl, L. Delp, K. Emig, M. Horn, W, Fry, R. Fritz, D. Glatfelter, D. Doll, ROW 4 - R. Heindel, N. Good, J, Eppard, J. Heilman, J. Heinemann, R. Fisher, N. Davin, F. Good, M. Ebersbach, W. Goble, l. Ensminqer. 2:3 X51 N51 W-i ROW I - R. Mansberger, S. Horner, R, Nagle, W. Stare, J. McAfee, E. Runkle, G. Repman, D. Rodgers, B. Lower, D. Hollinger, ROW 2 - B. Norton, J. Stoner, J. Nusbaum, W. Horne, R. Krebs, L. Pugh, R. Parry, H. Hoover, R. llyes, S. Krout, J. McCandless, S. Orris, ROW 3 - J. Pokopec, S. Myers, R. Knight, D. Landis, M. Kitner, L. Reeser, C. Rozinski, D, Malehorn, D. Roth, T. Spiese, P. Sanger, D. Kline, S. Senft, ROW 4 - C. Koerner, C. Martin, B. Shue, G. Shadow, A. Martin, T. Sipe, A. Naylor, S. Metzel, T. Snellbaker, H. Markley, R. Stahle, B. Kohler, Absent - L. Murphy. 112 - ... 'J L R. Benyak, R. Arnold, ROW 3 - 1 ROW 4 - W. Craley, J. Cre- Buckingham, B. Bayer, R. Ander- This has been a year of change for the Freshman class. lt is their first year to participate in senior high activities while still retaining a position in the iunior high. Another Hrst for this class was the choosing of their own courses in preparation for their future years. Proiects sponsored to add to the class finances included selling refreshments at soccer and iunior high basketball games. President, Rebecca Knight, Vice-Pres., Susan Mitzel, Secretary, Joan Boyer, Treasurer, Nan Good. ROW l - D. Grossman, R. Grott, G. Grove, V. Heisey, H. Hitz, M. King, C. Laker, S. Houck, P. Foller, D. Miller, ROW 2 - T. Mickley, V. Gotwalt, M. Miller, C. Hake, B. Haisey, G. Gingerich, C. Gladfelter, N. Holder, D. Gross, M. Flincl-ibaugh, G. Murphy, D. Huyett, ROW 3 - V. Firestone, R, Hamm, S. Goodyear, J. Holtzapple, L. Gross, R. Kyle, D. Kessler, S. Geesey, C. Kohr, L. Miller, K. Koller, D. Krebs, ROW 4 - D. Larson, G. Livingston, B. Knaub, G. King, L. Lloyd, S. Gross. l 40:4 M0 ROW l - D. Weirich, S. Turney, J. Yinger, R. Writer, B. Wilt, L. Stover, l-- Wiimeff 5- STOUQLM B' Whlfe, P. Todd, ROW 2 - B. Snelbaker, T. Schaflner, G. Wilders, D- 5WellZeVf D' Updegrogf R' Wllkowskl' L' Worrell, R. Stough, D. Weeks, R. Strouse, W. Wilt, E. Weitkomp, ROW 3 - E. Mflfflnf D- Repmanf N- Renoll, M. Sterner, J. Wolf, S. Swords, W. Winchell, D. Trout, P. Wilderson, J. Witkowski, K. Zeigler, ROW 4 - R. Wright, K. Sutton, C. Knaub, T. Schrum, R. Trowbridge, P4 Poe- Abffem - R- Zlrkle' 113 r l 1 l , 1 ll ll T. l l l V. ll lil i l ,li nl ll n.-Q 0254142 -ws: ' ':I'EXE?-Ti3'X1'i:5R ,WZ ' .,., yy ,EV 1 - 1 1 ft X, -, Q , , 2 'WZ W' I 4 . 4- Zig.. 'if 5 I ti f j ..., ,Jr 'a 1' ROW l - R. Kling, F. Evans, L. Fishel, D. Delp, D. Hendrickson, L. Eaton, T. Gingerich, T. Edleblute, N. Gross, D. Gembe, B. Fetrow, ROW 2 - M. Eppley, H. Kope, B. Grim, V. Cable, S. Eaton, V. Davis, T. Dan- ner, J. Dorset, T. Ebaugh, L. Fink, P. Drovk, D. Gladfelter, G. Farcht, ROW 3 - E. Garmon, C. Holler, P. Kline, C. Etter, L. Gorham, P. Frigm, G. Dick, H. Crump, R. Druck, B. Fritz, J. Kling, C. Heindel, J. Allen, R. Craley, ROW 4 - D. Kline, G. Krebs, C. Herbst, M. Hoover, S. Harris, R. Hengst, M. J. Bowers, D. Henderson, H. Geesey, R. Krout, M. Gillen, L. Diehl, L. Hartman, Absent - L. Delle, S. Dolan, J. Ely, R. Fissell. 'X ROW l - R. Walker, L. Shafller, R. Whisler, N. Snoveley, L. Rodgers, B. Zirkle, C. Rau, C. Wallace, D. Sweitzer, B. Witmer, R. Welty, ROW 2 - S. Witmer, B. Zinn, H. Troup, B. Smith, G. Winchell, L. Wilt, S. Corish, C. Werner, K. Undegrafff, J. Stough, V. Willard, M. Weigel, ROW 3 - D. Willis, L. Sutton, L. Senft, L. Neiman, D. Strong, L. Wilt, J. Wampler, B. Sharp, C. Stimer, S. Updegroff, S. Weigle, W. Shellenberger, R. Weirich, J. Bostic, ROW 4 - J. Wagner, D. Ort, A. Wilt, S. Wolf, J. Sherill, A. White, K. Walker, C. Stambaugh, C. Strayer, J. Harrold, D. Mohr, Absent - M. Myers, D. Strausbaugh, J. Drinlcut. ROW l - P. Chaney, B. Decker, P. Flinch baugh, K. Franks, E. Cunningham, P. Cave R. Fahringer, L. Bare, F. Buhrman, D. Ben der, R. Ellis, W. Anderson, J. Baney, L Brenneman, M. Achai, J. Barnhill D. Fuller, ROW 3 - J. Bupp, R. Buhrman B. Beck, L. Conway, P. Angell, C. Fisher B. Bishop, J. Freede, P. Brenner, R. J Brenneman, H. Buckwalter, ROW 4 -- C T. Chatman, W. Brown, B. Brenneman, B Blouse, M. Bowers, L. Beck, Absent - J Daugherty. 114 v, W Y J , ' 1537 G. Clouser, D. Bupp, L. Bruaw, ROW 2 - Bailey, S. Edmunds, C. Fernsler, J. Bowers, Wal' .FY .L an ROW l - S. Funke, R. Hauer, R. Heilman, P. McFadden, H. Murray, J. Hollerbush, L. Hoffman, G. Hottinger, T. Good, L. Kauttman, P. Baker, ROW 2 - R. Schell, L. Lauer, Y. Micik, F. Lehigh, D. Marlowe, B. Keeny, V. Hoke, H. Heistand, J. Lawrence, D. Lynn, J. Heindel, F. Hamilton, E. Heisey, G. Gingerich, ROW 3 - P. Keiger, B. Hilhert, R. Heilman, D. Hettner, B. Hitz, B. Hitz, B. Brenneman, K. Kennedy, S. Kline, J. Mc-- U., Laughlin, R. Aughenbaugh, C. Leiphart, B. Krott, B. Kister, ROW 4 - L. Rhodes, S. Klinefelter, D. Kann, H. Leader, R. Knaub, S. Hollinger, L. Altland, D. King, K. Paup, D. Knight, C. Kyle, K. King, L. Poft, C. King. l.?-33? ies. ' .J 'f ff S gi effig- ii f K1 "5 ' 'lf-E '-1 'iz ROW I - R. Shelley, R. Murray, J. Montgomery, S. Swartz, P. Sweitzer, D. Culbert, D. Stover, J. Sunday, D. Ort, D. Snelbaker, G. Stitzel, ROW 2 - B. Shearer, T. Mohr, N. Lentz, D. May, M. Lady, J. Smith, F. Sanders, C. Stoner, J. Smith, D. Knaub, S. Prowell, J. Cole, B. Schwartz, M. Mumma, ROW 3 - R. Schurtz, L. Lance, C. Neff, J. Lingg, J. Sutton, C. Rodes, J. Sowers, B. Stambaugh, G. Stump, C. Lauer, R. Melhorn, S. Knaub, K. Sanger, C. McCleary, ROW 4 - K. Sipe, J. Nye, W. Starfter, D. Myers, D. Price, M. Mans- berger, B. Reeser, L. Rhodes, K. Spangler, G. Poe, B. Reed, G. Smee, G. Smith, H. Seaton, J. Sherman, Ab- sent - R. Miller. Seeming quite the veterans of iunior high lite, are the members of eighth grade. They have lost much of the wide-eyed wonder which was typical of them as entering seventh grade only a short year ago. Now with elementary school more securely locked in their past, they have become a functioning organ of high school lite. The eighth graders have already embarked on planning tor their future activities by sponsoring a roller skating party at Playland. A group of our eighth graders pose for the Les Memoires' cameraman. 115 -w T"?"Q-- ... rv- ----- 'X :s g , ix: Z. li F. ,.- A ' F ' ra, ,fer "J .. Ii 5 . . , . A. lfi-ia11 3Q.f'f. 1 .2 L 'V pi ' A A f V. V -' f R' .te f A T 3 2 '- ,,, f.-- .- W V ' 5. - !,, ..,,. ,N ,, 95? V -A H v t 553' ' - T2 3' H t' l" ".f.:'l YA Q .. I , ,... W. ,I .xl ,QV 1, 1 7 Q , ,ig ' I , , , -- , Q r' '72-' .A .fi A, S . -I '57, twig' . gy 1 ig Y 'K,z'.kgiEL 'J ,5 f 4...-Wal .. ' - ,l Q., -'iflfif' lTLf5.'.' -A V' 'f ' 1' f " f '- V' ROW I - K. Anderson, F. Arnold, N. Fetrow, K. CoHman, L. Aughenbaugh, M. Adams, T. Baugher, K. Conway, T. Boeckel, K. Bacon, T. Byers, P. Clouser, ROW 2 - W. Clancy, B. Curry, P. Clouser, P. Eisen- hart, R. Fink, C. Flinchbcugh, J. Andrews, L. Robison, D. Beck, C. Etter, C. Anthony, M. Adams, K. Beshore, A. Alloway, C. Burkey, S. Craley, ROW 3 - V. Biser, D. Betz, Y. Beck, l. Eicher, L. Bach, J. Diehl, B. Barn- hill, S. Barry, K. Ahrens, S. Beshore, P. Baker, M. Anderson, A. Bruaw, L. Byerts, ROW 4 - R. Brillhart, G. Benedick, R. Altland, J. Erbe, E. Diehl, V. Burkett, C. Bowers, S. Ebaugh, Absent - S. Grilllln, M. Ahrens. ROW l - C. Preston, B. Shue, K, Reeser, T. McCandless, R. Rodgers, T. Shimko, S. Shelley, L. Smith, L. Shatter, S. Simmons, H. Loucks, R. Myers, E. Shipley, S. Schriver, ROW 2 - E. Shaffer, K. Price, J. Poe, C. Schrum, B. Rudisill, C. Stockdale, V. Sanger, G. Reeser, D. Raine, L. Nusbaum, R. Shatter, S. Sentt, T. Seaton, K. Sanders, S. Paules, ROW 3 - C. Snelbaker, J. Rentzel, A. Runkle, L. Putt, R. Rudisill, S. Nouse, P. Shaff- ner, T. Nace, M. Nagle, F. Slaseman, J. Roof, K. Krebs, J. Miller, ROW 4 - F. Reisinger, S. Moul, C. Snyder, N. Myers, J. Smith, M. Sterner, G. Poe, Absent - K. Sipe, D. Rode, J. Rauscher. J . - ff... I 'H . 1. . . , s , .?j't-fig . 1 f ,u Q Q r 1 "gf al, Riff ,wj:Q'l:5l ' ,, ' ' '31 2' . - F' 7,551-" 1 1' LL -A W ' , . f:l'Klql-lilmxzlxx S j f L .. 1 .. . V J - T.. et- - lt . 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Brenneman, B. Trimble, R. Wagner, H. Bankert, C. Willis, T. Wolf, J. Mull, P. Wilt, ROW 3 - D. Swartz, B. Topper, E. Young, B. Wilt, E. Trowbridge, C. Chapman, M. Ely, K. Walter, L. Updegraff, D- Burkey, N. Suky, S. Weigle, J. Brothers, C. Stough, ROW 4 - B. Sweitzer, R. Tietsworth, C. Wolf, P. Null, M. Wilds, N. Busser, H. Wicke, D. Wallace, R. Sipe, D. Tietsworth, L. Warner, Absent - L. Straus- baugh. 116 .. 'li' I . 4' .Q-.it"'JLf"i'2?'.":L'.1"" - W J tr-Y'-v 'Q 114 ir: , 'f 'fr 1 O 1 .r dass. M I I l Our seventh graders may have been small in stature but their eagerness to learn and their willingness to participate have made X them giants among the students at Northeastern. if One at their many accomplishments was developed in their English A classes where they prepared a history ol York County canals. They presented this study in cooperation with the PTA to an auditorium " filled with proud parents and teachers. A group of 7th graders in costume for their "Canal" program. ROW l - D. Love, L. Krout, J. Mansberger, W. Leister, M. Mayer, J. Neiman, G. Kurtz, J. Klinedinst, C. Grim, S. Mohr, B. Miller, L. Krebs, C. Markley, J. Leathery, ROW 2 - S. Myers, K. Monsberger, C. Markley, J. Lippy, C. Kuntz, D. Livingston, B. Krebs, G. Mohr, P. McAfee, D. Licklider, J. Lunz, S. Lindberg, C, Leh- man, S. Kessler, D. Lockard, G. Leathery, ROW 3 - J. Mickey, C. Lee, J. Larson, L. Harris, S. Grove, N. Kile, M. Stonebreaker, B. Fuller, G. Fuller, M. Heilman, L. Kauffman, B. Gross, G. Hallingsheacl, J. Koval, ROW 4 - C. Miller, G. Jackson, B. Grim, P. Gheen, M. Hollerbush, J. Grove, L. Gross, C. Gohn, Absent - R. Murphy, C. Lippy. ra e 'f t ,i jf jig 'rv 1: -Q z" . V' ,..' V21 - ,- - ' t 1 .. I I af., -ev' t U Q! y W. be rt it ,, f ' 1 , t 1 T- '-.5 ,, 1, 1 '42, ' Q74 ff' 'Q' .J I' -'bf , ' 33" " ii rr ' 5 ' ' , is ' T' my if n f- t sa, ' - ' if Ii H ref.. , iz 31 . . 14: fi" . ' lf " 571i . ' 9 Aft 5 ' .. 'S 1--H A -.Q ' 9 4' Q 15 . T ll' "1 l 've' fr l f " if A-ve? is llfifif'-if v" I V. r A y y X A ,H-3 ,4 I , f ..., V-.g 'V E, 1. .1 5-.vii , -fr i.: V WMU . fx-Z. Q f 1 .ff ' . -f "if A' f ' 1 21' l,:f1", fi My Qffzwt' . V I 1 A , ,:,3t,5.3.,,. tg, ' . will it .M gr glhfl I X I M as Qi 1 3 f 'g f t e,ifL'5g,,tu'gy:.,'eg" 4. 2. I 1,'vf..g,j 4 ji , I ggy fy? VY . V, t, ' fl 3, I 1!:7:xi?iJ, .,yf.hYHZ,'I .V ,N ROW I - A. Horner, L. Hake, P. Hendrickson, K. Hoover, R. Eaton, K. Fuller, D. Gill, C. Drinlcey, C Knaub, J. Swartz, M. Fullerton, J. Kelly, ROW 2 - D. Hoffman, G. Gross, G. Forry, S. Golden, C. Frey, P Harris, P. Hoover, L. Gross, J. Heist, G. Heilman, D. DeHotT, J. Deardorfl, G. Holder, B. Koch, ROW 3 - M. Cunningham, R. Fullen, R. Kern, C. Hoke, T. Crerand, R. Gingerich, G. Forry, U. Ensrninger, L. Heath R. Grumbine, G. Beck, J. Huggens, A. Haugh, R. Eisensmith, ROW 4 - R. Dittenhafer, C. Frey, D. Fetrow C, Druck, M. J. Craft, J. Cunningham, J. Gotwalt, S. Flinchbaugh, S. Crone, P. Cole, L. Heisey, E. l-lolles J. Hess, F. Kennedy. 117 vnu ,T 4, Q - Q , i n ,M ,M .N .- ' , I. Q wi by-5 rv 'WLM ' I I we .fee WZWKJIZZJ Steiff + Wm to Exp-ww 'Mew Same-ze i' Qmzcmde to Me 7azdamu9 F-'Paz-ww u 26,4046 ' ' Wm Zfeheaf 394456544 'im Sdazam of Om Zewzfook ' 1 9 gecdaae 5 Toffee, , pauwqhuuu 1 Wany 775. glabra, 2046, Peaurcqlaumia 7:44 gazed '7nc,, , Paunqdwzada fade: 3104. Darley, Vac., 710464 20446, pam. Zami efuaufg gdd damfmaq, pennaqlaanda ' i 1 1 1 e 'Y Y-' rr 1 e ,.A. Y. ,A X ...r ., vi . 4.,., F Anderson s Tropical Treat Manchester Pa. Arnold s Marine Supplies Manchester Pa. . ., j , C. C. Kottcamp and Son lnc. 515 W. Market St. Manchester Grange , I York, Pa. Avalong Dairy Bar R.D. :H:7, York, Pa. Barton's Bakery Mt. Wolf, Pa. Katherine Beecher Candies Manchester, Pa. Bob's Barber Shop North George St. York, Pa. Boll's Sporting Goods Store 67 S. 5th St. Mt. Wolt, Pa. Brenneman's Gulf R.D. 411, Mi. Wolf, PQ. Bowlers' Supply Shop 564 W. Market St. York, Pa. Chick's Crown Service l l l l N. George St. York, Pa. Coronet School ot Beauty Culture 261 W. Market St. York, Pa. James Craft and Son Plumbing and Heating York Haven, Pa, John Dauber T705 N. George St., York, Pa. "Say it with Flowers" Dennis Grocery Third and Main St. Mt. Wolf, Pa. Emrich Chevrolet Manchester, Pa. Emrich Construction Co., Inc Manchester, Pa. Bob Fidler Main St. Mt. Wolf, Pa. George L. Forry, Dealer in Eggs R.D. :l:t:5, York, Pa. Charles E. Kline Manchester, Pa. F. F. Kling and Sons Manchester, Pa. William J. Knudsen Distributor of Sutclitt Dairy Products Mt. Wolf, Pa. Martin SL Kohr Atlantic Service Station R.D. ipi, Mi. Wolf, PQ. I Y "Y 'Wf' Tn irrwm V'-'QAM ' VX. ,f x-lf' -V . 4-:jih- 1 Emigsville Pa. Gary Miller, Your Individual Cleaners North Gate Shopping Center York, Pa. Midway General Store Etters, Pa. Myer's Phillips 66 Service i395 Roosevelt Ave. York, Pa. Newswanger's York, Pa. North York Pharmacy i059 N. George St, York, Pa. Neiman's Garage R.D. :l:j:4, Dover, Pa. Shelly's Restaurant 36 N. Front St. York Haven, Pa. F. E. Stough Self Service Store Manchester, Pa. Strayer's Garage Mt. Wolf, Pa. Sweitzer's Store R.D. :,cl:3, Dover, Pa. Thumma Esso Service R.D. :,Lf:l, York Haven, Pa. Gil Tunney Studios, Inc. lO7 E. Market St. York, Pa. Mr. Philip Weinlororn Manchester Pharmacy 69 S. Main St. Manchester, Pa. Werner's Newstand 20 N. Main St. Manchester, Pa. Williams and Stambaugh 34 N. Main St. Manchester, Pa. Compliments of D. E. Wolfgang Candy Co 8l2 Latimer St. York, Pa. York Haven Garage York Haven, Pa. Zirkle's Gil Service 356 S. Penn St. York, Pa. C. L. Schaefer, Your Philco Dealer Emigsville, Pa. Mr. 81 Mrs. Albert Benedick 81 Family Fay L Benedkk Mr. and Mrs. Harry Benedick Boring Food Market Bruaw's Butcher Shop Charhek Barber Shop Conewago Inn Causlers Food Market Evelyn Craley East York Texaco Service Station AiIlmare's Atlantic Service The Friendly Reminder Card and Gift Elwood 81 Mary Fries The Gate House Gingerich Men's Wear Hofiman's Furniture Stare Knotty Pine Tavern Robed E.KHng Kottcamp's Meat Market Mr. and Mrs. William A. Kreeger Treva McCarney Meadowbrook Swim Club Violet's Moros Beauty Salon Bill Mundis Irvin F. Mundis Mr. 8- Mrs. Melvin Node Nationwide Insurance Company Naylor's Candies Neiman Snack Bar Prowell's Radio 81 T.V. Service Red Arrow Diner J.Frank Reese 8 Son Singer Sewing Machine Co. Mr. and Mrs. Marlet Sipe Steve's Mobil Service Mr. 8- Mrs. Glenn K. 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