Northern High School - Panorama Yearbook (Dillsburg, PA)

 - Class of 1952

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Above is pictured the proposed Northern High School, Work is well under way and the building will be completed for use this coming fall. This will be a marvelous asset to Dillsburg and the surrounding communities. The Senior Class of "52" extends its best wishes to the school board, the faculty, and the students who, we feel sure, will make this school a great success. THE PANEIRAMA Pub1iSl'1ed 551 The Senior Class of 752 770iM0'-it Wqlsehml Dru. SBUQQ, PENNSYLVANIA 'iii ""' We, the class of 1952, have chosen to dedicate this edition of the Panorama to the memory of "Old Dillsburg High School." Here will lie the many happy memories of our school days. We are grateful for the help and co-operation the faculty has given, helping us make our school days a success. Our last good-by to Dillsburg High is a happy one, Though tears may fill our eyes We'l1 never forget our happy years of fun. So to "dear old Dillsburg High" We bid so long, farewell, good-by! -V ,-1i-H , f r 5, ,, .. ,vp Q if' '-'K ,, I Q gfxla, M if , . ""ie ' Q' kiwi A Q I fb , 4w0"""' we ' S5-fig? .fuk K grail A ,X-" 'VN , f -'fm A, 3 "kr, , My hmil. ,f -.X 'sw we ' H ' w."fHv-'-. ,.h..,, f 1,4 ,W . nf f .gf 4 , , Q if 5 Q Q 9 5' I - Q' ' A fy In A I Q, Q by A' ff J Q agqfifdxsiftrrm. wi.. Avy xl. K S5 1 ff df fm H . I4-. '1 ,iz ' 53' " ,.,- X 2, '59 'K W af Qlfp -3 xg ,.' , ' 6 VF' ' N 'Q fm' ? f' fll+f Lim 1. ". """ 1 M, 3 ,. if iQ'fi1'a fT ' iv3,. .. X . ,nfl , "lk ,,M f,2?1 ,iih Q H4 0 .' .- xr -" -.Q fs 3.5, if gil 1 .Y 7 is A LA any an-. fr ' Y 5155515 f-if Q 'E . .X ,tr g, 6 v1.13 , yk 1 w 1 s . I ,M Q .Tb , MA if if SP 'fi gi ,Q W, W 5 -- as TF mnarh of Abu aiinn IWW 5' gk V I se, W 5 i 5 I g :1 ' -- , r K M , , ff. '. ' T. 'Qu' Carrol Township C. C. Gasswint President Dillsburg Borough Ralph Lefever President Franklintown Borough Clyde Lucas President OFFICERS OF THE JOINT BOARD George H. Knisely, President George Hertwick, Vice-President Gilbert Bricker, Secretary Cnon-memberb Richard Eichelberger, Treasurer Wellsville Borough Mart Myer President Franklintown Township Philip Hudson President Monogan Township Wayne Myers President Warrington Township Ervin Laughman President Qui' 5DrinciPa1l'1 Zllessage Mr. William C. Evans Principal Lebanon Valley University of Pittsburgh A. B. and A. M. .L ff" , Q, 1:f1'!..'E Members of theTClass of 1952: The destiny of a nation is determined by the character of the education of its citizens. The suc- cess ofa democracy depends not only upon the general intelligence, the knowledge, and the skills possessed by its citizens, but also upon their attitudes, and the ideals for which they stand. The high ideals which animated the founders of this Republic have been analyzed and interpreted to you, in the light of the modern social, economic, political and spiritual world. The framers of the Declaration of Independence held that all men "Are endowed with certain inalienable rightsg that among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. " You, the product of public education, should'know that these rights can only be secured to individuals and safeguarded to the nation, through education. Your education should not only help you to make a living but help you to enjoy life and "to hold high at all times and ages the quality of human living." Happiness is essential. To be happy and to make others happy are worthy aims. The satisfactions sought should be durable and worthwhile. There is no permanenthappiness in selfishness. True happiness comes through self control and service to others. The right to life, liberty, and happiness means opportunity, nothing more. Richness of life, enlightened liberty, lasting happiness, comes to the individual through effort and sacrifice, Each succeeding generation must re-enact the struggle for life, rededicate itself to the principle of liberty and find happiness in the consciousness of worth living. Arthur T. Kaup A.B. Franklin and Marshall American History, World History, Problems of Democracy ll I , 'rl ii" 1 1 I . A-N-e f.: K. Elizabeth Kulp A. B. Bucknell University English 2, 3,4 Thomas L. Turner B. S. se Penn State General Science, Biology, Chemistry, Physics ,wel Louise C. Myers R.N, School Nurse ir'P DLT 1:':L Maud M. Groff Huntington Home Economics IQ!! age-P - ,negates ...,, f u" ' X- ni' x . M- f-.. af , i,f X ' 35. V 'kiffk :M ,Z Earl C. Gouse B. S, Penn State Physical Education, Health, General Science I 1 im G 8 fy , 1 i , 1 i"""Wi 5 fi: f 44 29 K 'ilk -.,' .Nr ' , N W I img- MQ . Q : ik .fa ws, ii? Qi all ii: S is H.. Richard R. Hoopes B. S Elizabethtown Algebra, Geometry, T rigonometry Shirley L. Forest B. S Lockhaven Physical Education, Pennsylvania History Health, Civics 4: . 93' figs' ' . :F my ,Q r RT 9 my E ,, J All 1.4. ffawxviib s Lkwnl Q E rg' M 3 4.1 if X if Qjur Alipretiaiinn We take this opportunity to express our thanks and gratitude to the faculty of Northern High School for their guidance during our high school career. We thank Mr. Evans forhis splendid work in guiding and helping us through all our problems and for his help in making our yearbook a success. Mr. Kaup, we thank for his fine job of uniting our Senior class and helping us with our many Senior activities. We thank Miss Statler for her wonderful work in making the music course possible for so many students. We thank her for all the help she has given us during our high school days and especially as our Sophomore home-room teacher. For being a wonderful home-room teacher to us when we were Juniors, we thank Mrs. Habig. We thank Mr, Habig for the guidance and help while being our Freshmen home-room advisor and for teaching us to be better typists and bookkeepers. For teaching the girls how to be better home-makers and for making our Home Economics course such a great success we thank Mrs. Groff. We thank Mr. Spoerlein for teaching agriculture to the boys and making them better farmers. Miss Kulp, we thank for teaching us more about the English language and helping to make our Senior Play and the School Play a great success. Mr. Hoopes, we thank for his guidance in mathematics. We thank Mr. Turner for teaching us more about the sciences of today. Miss Forest, we thank for 'her wonderful job in teaching girls' gym and having such a great hockey team. We thank Mr. Gouse for teaching boys' gym and helping with our sports. We also wish to thank Miss Myers, the school nurse, for keeping our school healthy. THANK YOU ONE AND ALL, FACULTY OF NORTHERN HIGH SCHOOL. 4 L if .' A V", I X x , . . 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J ' RA " ' iw. . . fi , ' 1, QW., , V it Yi , gb id .. .. ,im I r v,i"!t Q.,-' Mg- 4. k QR 2 5 . 23, K up I Sennnr Class Kenneth MCC urdy Meal-1 Omer Vice-President Lou Wierman Ann Seibert T reasurer Historian .rm nrj. e wild, Dorris Anderson Vocational Home Economics F H A 1, 2, 3,4 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Volley Ball 3 I ,,,':' '1 Q 2 if N f' r, ', .ye 5 lqagj gn bfi if r si A K, Kenneth Baker General Chorus 1,3,4 Baseball 3 Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4 Staff 4 Panorama LE. -In-1: in , Ruth Beamer Commercial Chorus 1,4 K Staff 4 fu i Wfffg, ,llu , 1 -vin QQ, It Eugene Bushey Vocational Agriculture F F A 1, 2, 3,4 Chorus 3 Staff 3 Panorama it v -.+1. get B. Thomas Carr Vocational Agriculture F F A 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 2, 3, 4 Soccer 2, 3,4 1 mg rf Lf illl . '!,'gif.j.i 'I Awqgav 1 . - ,x " .:!1' '.- 5 Wh3W?ili hiv , 7 ' fr-we -' ,W A :- on Q., A -Q e-at 2- -T Lf?-ag, 4, ' , A I , we 1. jf' '.., 1, , jan-Wm, iw- izga. . -,.-- , . . if A A , A I fmgi' 3152? -- '- ,uf X35 '- ,W ...Q ,,,. - j. . "+L, it f l , ' , M., 1iW,QR, M Dale Cook Vocational Agriculture F F A 1 2 3 4 , i, 0 'if 15' , x 2, n . F X x x Q X ip Dolores Cook Academic F H A 3, 4 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Volley Ball 1, 2 Staff 1, 2, 3, 4 Panorama Mildred Coulson Commercial Chorus 1,4 Staff 3,4 Panorama Robert Diller Vocational Agriculture F F A l, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 2, 3, 4 Soccer 2, 3,4 Lx ,Ji Ruth Fickes Commercial Chorus 1,4 Staff 3,4 Panorama Douglas Fishel General F F A 1, 2 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Staff 3, 4 Panorama Jean Folley Commercial FHA 1,2,3,4 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Staff 3, 4 Panorama 4 'P 1 3, , P L aa z , 'zaa 'M ,C ,r... 7 ,, ik P s 4 ---s 3 . , ,, syn ,, , 1, -as Q 5 4 1 1-'x'f"i fi f . r. : M SP - ' , 1 .., 5 ' - "- rimfr ' N?.,,K ,.,.Q,J!.,, V 2. , ,, ...,,w,,,sg ,Nga --M gy 52", ggi, 1 .J ' Q Ra , A. V pc, if , A I . lg . K 4 ff? Q , if fi A 'R ,ff Nr' 'H 3 ...r , if W N fi xr Freda Garretson Vocational Home Economics F H A 1, 2, 3, 4 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Sta ff 4 Panorama Richard Gochenour A Academic Chorus 1, 3, 4 Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4 Staff 4 Panorama Vernon Grimm General Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4 Snaff 3,4 Panorama Mae Hoffman Commercial F H A 1, 2, 3 Chorus 1, 3, 4 Staff 3, 4 Panorama Mildred Hoffman Commercial F H A 1, 3,4 Chorus 1, 3, 4 Kenneth Hollandsworth Academic Chorus 2, 3, 4 Staff 3, 4 WSI: ' -o . . . :ea 5571 T "-: ?f'2ff?:Ti'-S 1E". .iI':e. "HZ "'-',':2Ef:: :I 11' 5--ffr'a1':5Zf?s' 157:fw-,.'f:-:s-:sway V. ' i "E -ws' Ha R Ww w Rs 2 M 1 as N: 2 Q 5, A , ., 'E ar, S 2 ' i I h sl -1 of MW, f -'-' M. QMQWQZZU A+:- iiiiiwara E x g? EL me Yggrafo if N 519 3 is sf wawvm W ' I 1' . . f L , I .haw K-175, ' 'L ,:?11"s1- af if .VW-fl:2K' sa :aff ,. 54 -, . - 4 ,Q fi, f, A Q .2 'ir as Vg X A ,. ,, .,Qmy.i,sf1w .. f .,.... ,aa W. A. ,A , , . 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Hr, Academic Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 2, 3, 4 Staff 3, 4 Panorama k.if. ,s,, nuff , ' iw - , 15, , . ....... , .. W, ,aa . .. .... f- . ..... r x. .-U r. FLM, , . ,,,,. , .. 1 4 fhfw,44:a,w,?f sm. 2 W -:lean Q Q SW :gg awww fs' ,f - : - 4 t W, ,,, ., r. . , egf 523' wi if fam if .V .. . ,ya . . Jw- -5 QNP' K Sa. 3 -J 333 2 P 4 4, K ,fr 1 M45 L 3 5 wzeffaa 4 ZF, 'af S Q ,211 ' 1 .ga A sf 'swag v r Maia: M 1 X, a 3 a Q f ,. are-S? MK 4 sk, Y A , as 13? K 1 ,Z 40 2 .cz ' I ' 'I ':"-:-- 5:,.. E, k 2. X Wg? If i 'JE . 1 0 7. ,. ff ' . -,figff , ' f X! 'V z , VIL ill Y H ' Y' '4' -, E1 ,gk 2 Big 4, ' Q X 4 -' :1-'rafzgp f 'EN' 'I fzfaik gf ' 4' ' I 1 74 ,241 , 1 j -A . V . Q ,A 'db David Mell General --LQ.. f 2 Shirley Miller Vocational Home Economics F H A 1, 2, 3,4 Chorus 1,4 Margaret Myers Vocational Home Economics F H A 1, 2, 3, 4 Chorus 1, 4 urn. An 'Ki' Mary Nelson Academic F H A 3,4 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Staff 1, 2, 3, 4 Panorama Ila Maye Nelson General Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Volley Ball 2, 3 Staff 4 Mearl Omer Vocational Agriculture F F A 1, 2, 3, 4 Chorus 1, 2, 3 Baseball 2, 3 Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4 Staff 4 Panorama N' Vik V, ,. , , . M, aka Ray Omer Y Vocational Agriculture Baseball 2, 3,4 Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4 ' we 1 'P 4 2 FFA 1,2,3,4 W lrrr 4 r sg f 5,4 , jf M. 5,5411 33' P .4 . . ,qi 'Tia , f' H 4, -. Martha Paxton Vocatlonal Home Economtcs F H A 1 2 3 4 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 staff 4 Panorama S sr Robert Prosser General Chorus 1 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4 ss na ea six' -'il 'Yin-"' .K f -T1?e!f,,g.xixf'.xlyf?. " 1 -xb- w I K msg.. Q A Q E a I it z 6 if 5 5,19 Q sd 45 , rw' 1 dl XS' Ga ry Rodgers General Raymond Rodgers General Ann Seibert Academic Chorus 1, 2, 3, Staff 1, 2, 3,4 Panorama 4 ,,,, 'WO' Jane Sheaffer Commercral F H A 1, 2, 3, 4 Chorus 3,4 QD: f Cf r KWN wmv, Robert Slothower V sf., '-.ry W-nf-f' ,is I -fdbfin 'U' r -Q-1-1' as ZW General Beverly Smith Vocational Home Economics F H A 1, 2, 3, 4 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Staff 4 Panorama ang If 95. ir 1 'Q' gi 9 1 I 'b,,ys,2sF23 6 'tl ' K I Carolyn Spangler Vocational Home Economics F H A 1, 2, 3,4 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Volley Ball 3 Staff 4 Panorama Joseph Sraub Commercial F F A 1, 2 Doris Stone Vocational Home Economics F H A 1, 2, 3, 4 Chorus 1, 2, 4 Volley Ball 3 vb-F Tv? General Rib' rf Soccer 4 Lou Wierman Academic Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Staff 2, 3, 4 Panorama John Wonders .4 In g if Robert Byers, a former class r -Fi r member rs now servrng wrth ' ' i,V'if f' the United States Marine Corps. L32 'sf-'K +32 Name Anderson, Dorris Baker, Kenneth Beamer, Ruth Bushey, Eugene Carr, B. T. Cook, Dale Cook, Dolores Coulson, Mildred Diller, Robert Fickes, Ruth Fishel, Douglas Folley, Jean Garretson, Freda Gochenour, Richard Grimm, Vemon Hoffman, Mae Hoffman, Mildred Hollandsworth, Ken Hopple, Joyce Jones, Margaret Knaub, Ray Knisely, Jay SENIOR STATISTICS Alias Andie Squab Ruthie Bushey Tom Cookie Cookie Mildred Bugs Webby Doug Jean Freda Dick Smoke Mae Millie Pete Joy Margy Knauby Jason Chief Attraction Food or Boys Women Music Blue Eyes 8: Brunettes A Junior A Sophomore Ford's Cadillac 88 Old's Buick's Women Sc Fords Men 8: Convertibles Ford Convertibles Lou St. Louis Cards A Certain Man Any Handsome Brute Dentists Brown Eyes Oldsmobile Brooklyn Dodgers Women Favorite Pastime Eating and Driving The Car Necking Playing the Marimba Sports Roller Skating Sleeping Movies Skating Sleeping Playing Saxophone Girls Skating Watching TV at Harbold's Running Around Fooling Around Reading 8a Movies Reading Sports Singing 8a Reading Skating Riding Motorcycle Running Around I e! n Want To Be Beautician Typist Farmer Who Knows Farmer Nurse Secretary Cowboy Saxophone Player Rich Secretary Garageman's Wife Electrician Bachelor Bookkeeper Stenographer Doctor Secretary School Teacher Trapper Bachelor we-'17 y ,,, ' JY, . hug' 'iirfifi 94 M rg . , I' tw 'af ' ,R w if: , in . . I it ,agpf f ' Q 1 ' -gyms , . It si has I . I ' V ' if fr NN ' :t . ' ' 3 SENIOR STATISTICS Favorite Song Truly Truly Fair , Come Ona My B ecause There's Been A Change In Me A Hill Billy There's Been A Change In Me Star Dust Too Young Mr. 8: Mrs. Mississippi Till The End Of Time Too Young There's Been A Change In Me Beautiful Brown Eyes Because Of You When The Saints Come Marching In It's The Loveliest Night Of The Year I Get Ideas Sentimental Joumey My Happiness I'm In Love Old Soldiers Never Die Too Young Favorite Expression Holy Cats Aig! Oh Gee! Gee Whiz! Oh Mom Joy Oh Bugs Gee Whiz! Yea Gad! Go To S'?f Oh Crunch! Gee Whiz! Ye Gads! I say! You Don't S Ho! Crumbs Gee Whiz! Gee Whiz! No Kidding 35' 4' Good Heaven's Go Home Buddy Oh For Gosh Sakes! 1 C Usually Found At Home iAnywhere Just About Any Where Where There's Women At Abe'S Ba rrens Valley Most Anywhere With Ruth At Home Studying Anywhere Anywhere ln Dover or With Martha Gettysburg Street At Work Almost Anywhere In The Movies Anywhere But Home By The Radio On The Porch Sleeping Any Place But Home , iff 5 V ' ' S if '- ' i --.ii 1 ,....f all fi", SENIOR STATISTICS Name Alias Chief Attraction Laird, William Coon Girls McCurdy, Kenneth McGridle Blond Hair And Gray Eyes Mell, David Sarge Hot Rods Miller, Shirley Shirley Fords Myers, Margaret Margy Chevro1et's Nelson, Ila Mae Maye A Certain Marine Nelson, Mary Nelson Franklintovm Omer, Mearl Lefty Women Omer, Ray Twink Women Paxton, Martha Martha Chevro1et's Prosser, Robert Joe Sports Rodgers, Gary Emery Blonde's St Brunettes Rodgers, Raymond Ray Women Seibert, Ann Annie Ford's Sheaffer, Jane Janie Blue Fords Slothower, Robert Bob Women Smith, Beverly Benny Fords Spangler, Carolyn Carolyn Fords Staub, Joseph Staubie Steelton Stone, Doris Dot Ford's Wierman, Lou Lou Dick Wonders, John John Mt. Top Favorite Pastime Hunting????? Singing And Dancing Sports Knitting Skating Roller Skating Singing I Sports Sports Being With Francis Marge Swimming And Ice Skating Ice Skating Curv Skating Sports Being With Paul Being With Rich Riding Motorcycle Being With Lewis Being With Dick Running Around Want To Be Famous Accountant Grown Up Housewife Secretary Nurse Housewife Rancher Farmer Housewife Baseball Player Electronics Expert Man Interior Decorator Housewife Man Housewife Housewife Hell Driver Nurse Nurse Bust-ball Playt-r I A . rmsma-W, I , Iv-1 ls--A-. , is Q f X, A ts 1, g 42 r v It . f - 1 fi A 0 . :J er t qi 4.x S. II 'L' u' -' r SENIOR STATISTICS Favorite Song Cold Cold Heart Stormy Weather Air1't Going To Take It Sitting Down Too Young Sin I'll Hold You In My Heart Full Moon And Empty Arms Bluebird Island Mr. Touchdown Tell Me Why? Now Is The Hour Harbor Lights Be My Love Sophicated Swing Tell Me Why Ain't Misbehaving Because Sin Sentimental Remember Me l'm The One Who Love's You Wandering Detour Favorite Expression XX??" S ,,nYfll!if1k SOG Dt I Doubt It Oh! Heck How About That Gertie Oh Yeah! Holy Buckets Oh I Don't Know Oh No! Go To "?iWz Her Did! Beats The Devil Good Heaven's Ye Gads! Oh No! Oh Come On Now Do You Mind? I'll Be xx' Holy Horse Chestnuts I Don't Think I'll Say! 5. Ui, Usually Found With Shank Rczaming Aro1m,D Long Brothers With Charlie Playland Roller Rink Anywhere But Home Market Barrens Valley At Home With Freda or Francis Rossville Anywhere Harrisburg Nel1's Restaurant With Margy Long Brothers With Paul or Carolyn With Rich Or Benny Wherever There's A Woman At Home In A Daze Fiesta was TALLEST SHORTEST Ruth Fickeg Margaret Jones D vid Mell JoseDh Slallb MO ST POPULAR a Ma ry Nelson John Wonders MOST ST UD IOUS Mae Hoffman Kenneth McCurdy FRIENDLIEST Lou Wierman Kenneth Baker I MOST ATHLETIC BEST DANCERS BEST ALL-ARGUND ' ' ' ' Ma ry Nelson Lou Wierman Kenneth McCurdy Richard Gochenour C O CLASS CLOWNS MOST DIGNIFIED Jane Shear-fer Dolores Cook jay Kmsely Dorris Anderson Kenneth Hollandsworth Robert Prosser r 37 MW H kgfrg w M, ww, -- 9 :ass i Wwggim CUTEST BEST PERSONALITY MOST TALENTED Beverly Smith John Wonders MOST TALKAT IVE Mary Nelson Kenneth MCC urdy PRETT IEST HA IR Freda Garretson Beverly Smith Jay Knisely Lou Wierman JOSEPH Sfaub Richard Gochenour Mae Hoffm Lou MosT LIKELY A TO SUCCEED Kenneth MCC urdy PRETTIEST TEETI-I Kenneth Baker 3.11 Wierman PRETT IEST EYES Ila Maye Nelson Mearl Omer MOST BA SHFUL Ruth Beamer Ray Omer WOLF AND WOLFESS Jay Knisely Ila Maye Nelson w CHEWING -GUM CHAMPS Ila Maye Nelson Mearl Orner 4 Glass 'ifiisinrg AS We, the class of 1952, look back over the past four years together, we find it hard to leave dear old DHS, but as NJHS itwill still, remain the same to us. It wasn't always an easy way through the past four years but we made the best of it and liked every minute of it. Let's forget the present for a while and look into the PAST. As Freshmen, We entered school in Sep- tember of 1948. We were bewildered and very confused, but we became well organized under the guidance of Mr. Musser and Mr. Habig. To guide us through the year we choose: Lou Wierman, class presidentg Martha Paxton, Vice- presidentg Carolyn Spangler, Secretary, Dolores Cook, treasurerg and Helen Heinrich, Historian. In October we participated in Farmers' Day, carrying away fourth prize with our Babe Ruth float. It was hard work, but good experience and fun for all. To add some funds to our treasury, we sponsored a hayride Cbut with some mishap, the wheel came off the wagonj and a skating party. Upon completion of our first successful year we celebrated with a' picnic at Hershey, feeling certain our Sophomore year would be bigger and better than ever. The next September found us once more back under the fine leadership of our class pres- ident, Kenneth McCurdyg Ann Seibert, vice- presidentg Carolyn Spangler, secretary, Lou Wierman, class treasurerg Helen Heinrich, His- toriang and our new class advisors, Misses Stauffer and Statler, We again took part in Farmers' Day making a nice profit. This year our Dillsburg High School Band made its first public appear- ance. Once again our Sophomore year we spon- sored a hayride but with no better luck. We were unfortunate enough to have a flat tire. In January we held a skating party at "Haar's Palace", which was a great success. The last of March all the Sophomores could be seen flashing something bright and shiny around on their fingers. Could it have been their class rings? To end a perfect year we held a Sopho- more Hop at Williams Grove and spent the last day at Hershey. During the whole summer we sold drinks at the town baseball games to get funds for our long awaited SENIOR TRIP. In September of 1950, we returned as Juniors feeling older and wiser than everg Richard Gochenour became our class president this yearg Mae Hoffman, hvice-presidentg Joyce Hopple, secretaryg Lou Wierman, class treasurerg Ann Seibert, Historiang and our faculty advisor Mrs. Habig. Farmers' Day proved to be a great suc- cess this year, as we won first prize in the parade with our decorated car. We entered our car in three other parades, winning first twice and second once. Late in December flashes of green could be seen every where. Of course it was our class jackets. Soft 1ightS and Sweet music were the setting for one of the big mo- ments in our life at the Junior-Senior Prom at the Allenberrt. At the end of this eventful year we went to Hershey for a wonderful picnic. During the summer we sold soft drinks at the town baseball games. Back again in the fall as Seniors, we were once again caught in a gay social whirl. Our class officers became Kenneth McCurdy, presi- dentg Mear1Orner, vice-presidentg Joyce Hopple, had our Senior Pictures taken and ordered our name cards. Now, , in November, we are, be- ginning work on our own yearbook, which we hope, is bigger and better than ever. We are looking forward to our Senior Class Play, the Junior-Senior Prom, and our Senior Trip. We are all anticipating graduation with a mixture of joy and sadness. As we the graduating class, are preparing to leave our school, we find it proper to thank all who have helped us through our four years. We regret leaving dear Old Dillsburg High secretaryg Lou Wierman, class treasurerg Ann Seibert, Historian and Mr. Kaup now became our class advisor. We held the first Skating party of the season at ,Harr's. In October we School, but it will always hold a place in our hearts. We sincerely hope that all the classes in the future have as happy and successful a high school career as we have had. .. A Qs s 5311 Class 317111 We, the members of the graduating class of one-thousand-nine-hundred and fifty two, of the Northern High School, Dillsburg, Pennsylvania, being of sound mind and body, and having full possession of our faculties, realizing we shall soon be leaving our beloved Alma Mater, do hereby will and bequeath all our worldly possessions to wit: To the incoming Freshmen Class we leave our Christmas decorations and our Farmers' Day Stand. We hope they will enjoy their high school life as much as we did. o To the class of '55 we leave our high hopes for their happy future, and we wish them every success for their remaining years in NHS. To the class of '54 we leave our past relationship with Mrs. Habig and a hope that they will benefit from being in her home room as much as we did. To the class of '53 we give our home room and advisor, and the privileges that go with being a member of the senior class. We give them, we hope the distinction of being the first class to graduate from the new school, To the faculty we leave a larger student body than ever, Many school activities would not have been possible without your support and leadership. To Mr. Kaup, we leave the task of uniting another senior class, and a debt of gratitude for uniting us. The class leaves their individual bequeaths as follows: To Shirley Myers, Dorris Anderson leaves her position as captain of the soccer team, Kenneth Baker leaves his soccer pants to Harold Willis. Ruth Beamer wills her quietness to Betty Thomas. Eugene Bushey gives his splendid ability to get along with the feminine sex to Bob Miller. Tom Carr leaves his experience in a service station to Lynn Harbold, Dale Cook wills his curly hair to Bud Lerew. Dolores Cook lets her seat in mixed chorus to Sally Knisely. Mildred Coulson wills her ability to operate the mimeograph machine to Marilyn Klugh. Robert Diller sadly leaves his curly hair to Don Fishel. Ruth Fickes gives her fine sewing ability to Delores Garber. Douglas Fishel leaves his weakness for missing school to Charley Diller. Jean Folley wills her skating ability to Clyde Flohr. Freda Garretson wills Phil Harbold a good car, namely a Ford. Richard Gochenour wills his frequent trips to the Wierman house to Bill Baer. Vernon Grimm wills his ability to work in a hardware store to Dale Spahr. Mae Hoffman leaves her love of holding hands to Charlie and Janet. Mildred ' eracaptainship in-hockey-terA4ta-Mae' Myers. f 'W 1 Kenneth Hollandsworth reluctantly leaves his fine ability in Spanish to Bill Hamm. Joyce Hopple wills her position as secretary of the class to Kay Gasswint. Margaret Jones hopes that Lily Mell can find some use for her shortness. Ray Knaub gives some of his love fhe wouldn't give it alll for the Brooklyn Dodgers to Clyde Flohr. Jay Knisely wills his love for talking to Bob Wagner. Bill Laird wills his position as hot-rod king to John Thran. Kenneth McCurdy wills his ability in music to George Bushey. David Mell gives his tallness to Glenn Sheaffer. fHe needs it.J Shirley Miller leaves her seat in Bookkeeping to Virginia I-lollandsworth, Margaret Myers wills her ability to get along with the class president to Grace Stermer lla Maye Nelson leaves her position as chewing gum champ to Verla Todd. Mary Nelson wills her position as chief scorer of the soccer team to Betty Firestone. Mearl Orner leaves his position on the soccer team to Pete Hershey. Ray Omer leaves his position on the soccer team to lack Harbold. Martha Paxton wills her talent to go with a Lerew to Cynthia Flohr. Robert Prosser gives his ability in sports to Clair Omer. Gary Rodgers wills his height to Richard Reasey, Raymond Rodgers leaves his study halls to Joel Myer. Ann Seibert wills her drivers license to Jo Wierman, Jane Sheaffer gives her fond love of hooking school to Jacie Schaffer. Robert Slothower just quietly leaves. Beverly Smith wills her frequent trips to Uniontown to Donna Jean Chronister. Carolyn Spangler wills her frequent trips to Kralltown to Janet Nesbit. Doris Stone wills her blonde hair to Hazel Miller. Joe Staub wills his love for Motorcycles to Jim Jones. Lou Wierman wills her nickname "Loquacious" to Delores Darr. John Wonders leaves his perfect attendence record to Mearl Shank. Class Drnphecg Dear Diary: 2:30 June 2, 1962 Tonight, ten years to the day after our graduation from Northern High School, the class, for the first time as a whole, was reunited. We met again tonight at the new Allenberry Ballroom. The room is new, but the surroundings are the same, the faces, personalities and good fellowship haven't changed much. I walked around the banquet tables tonight greeting my old classmates. Did I say old? No, not old, just grovxm up. I couldn't help but think how much they had changed from the "gang at Wolfs", and the League Soccer Champs. No longer kidsg men and women with families, responsibilities and positions in the world. The orchestra was seated in a shell made of green ivy on white lattice making a giant 52. Each table setting had a white rose on a green fern four class flowery with our own name card on it. We were scheduled to eat at eight o'clock, but you know how these things are. By eight-thirty we were ready to eat. Even then there was a flurry at the door with someone coming in late. Who was it? You guessed it, ILA MAYE NELSON late as usual. lhear she's a buyer for Bowman's now and married to a marine lieutenant. DORRIS ANDERSON has a beauty shop in Washington D. C. and is the hair stylist for the President's wife and daughter. KEN BAKER owns a trucking fleet operating out of York and travels over Penna. , Maryland and N. I. RUTH BEAMER is secretary to the Attorney General of the United States. EUGENE BUSHEY developed a new strain of chicken, called Bushey's Hybrids and is doing a large business on his farm in Barrens Valley. TOM CARR owns a large used car lot in Harrisburg. The name? Carr's cars, DALE COOK is a steam shovel operator for the Capitol Engineering Co. DOLORES COOK studied nursing at Johns Hopkins in Baltimore and is now the school nurse. MI1.DRED COULSON is secretary for the First National Bank in Harrisburg. ROBERT DILLER and RAY KNAUB came from Alaska for the Reunion. They went there to make their fortune and did. It seems Bob slipped ona stone one day and broke his leg but uncovered a great gold vein. RUTH FICKES is secretary to the Governor of Penna. and plays her Saxophone in the Phila. Symphony Orchestra. DOUGLAS FISHEL isa jet pilot for the United States Air Force. JEAN FOLLEY is employed as a housewife in Dillsburg raising a little girl. FREDA GARRETSON is keeping her self trim by dashing in and out of her husbands gas station selling gasoline to customers. RICHARD GOCHENOUR has decided to make a career out of the army and is now a Master Sergeant. VERNON GRIMM is a test pilot for new jet planes. MAE HOFFMAN is the proprietor of herlittle dress shop and is wellon the way to having her baseball team with 5 boys. MILDRED HOFFMAN is head librarian in a New York Library. KENNETH HOLLANDSWORTH studied Business Administration at F. and M. and is now manager of the Hotel Harrisburger. JOYCE HOPPLE after being a private secretary to the Secretary of State has settled down to family life. MARGARET JONES is the sixth grade teacher of Dillsburg Public School. JAY KNISELY owns the Rossville Grocery Store and Locker Plant and is still a confirmed bachelor. BILL LAIRD is a television camera man at WGAL-TV. KENNETH MCCURDY is singing with Fred Waring's Pennsylvanians. SHIRLEY MILLER is a dietitian at the Harrisburg Polyclinic Hospital. MARGARET MYERS is working at the Bell Telephone and is undecided about the two Kens. MARY NELSON studied music at St. Olaf Conservatory of Music and sings with Phil Spitalny's Orchestra. MEARL ORNER went to Penn State and is now teaching Vocational Agriculture in Northern High School. RAY ORNER believe it or not is married and living on a farm in Barrens Valley. MARTHA PAXTON is married and works in Bowmans. ROBERT PROSSER is catching for the Philadelphia Phillies. GARY RODGERS is now a radio, television technician. RAYMOND RODGERS is running the garage in Wellsville. ANN SEIBERT studied at Drexel Institute of Technology and is now an interior decorator for a large firm in New York. ROBERT SLOTHOWER and DAVID MELL are carpenters and their little business is doing quite well. JANE SHEAFFER is happily married and is living in Uniontown. BEVERLY SMITH lives on a farm with her husband and twins. CAROLYN SPANGLER is married now and teaching Vocational Home Economics in Northem High School. JOE STAUB is a racing car driver and has four men driving for him. DORIS STONE studied nursing but later decided she'd rather be married. LOU WEIRMAN has completed her training at the Harrisburg Hospital and is now working at the Jefferson Hospital in Philadelphia. JOHN WONDERS we are sorry to say cannot be with us because he is serving with the U. S. Air Force in Germany. THE PROPHET l J ,.-"Sf '-f-ve' -A -. 5 1PLoMA M V" Mary Nelson Thomas Carr 4 4 , , K 1 eff W 1 me Q S5 l Us A M K " 1 er' .. M 3 Ruth Fickes Eugene Bushey ll e W 'I " x :f'1:?'-' Q: Q. ,f - Ann Seibert Jay Knisely Mk ,gwy Dolores Cook Kenneth Baker gi Kenneth MCC urdy Lou Wierman ' ii ff. .mu fm an ' 4 L ,,. 'Vg E' : :'-." . Q , 1, , L, Q- -xg daft' , ff fe't5fL.4 V WZ: ,R ,V,, ,di ,K M ' "A. 534 A . ' ., .. ' - 4 f' of-iq 'imvijx-fa' .I ,W , , V MET- 'W . f mf-zfff, ' A. Q '- M , 7:-we ., w. -'L . 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"Tis sad to part from friends who've cared Worlds before us brightly lie Yet here fond memories ne're pass by. With saddened hearts and dewy eyes We bid to all our sweet good-byes. Long will our hearts recall each joy That time can never more destroyg Forever in our hearts remain All the friendships we have gained. Of other scenes and other cares Each heart its tender memories shares. Our lips must soon their story tell. Classmates and comrades, now fare-well. CLASS MOTTO Live to Learn and Learn to Live CLASS FLOWER CLASS COLORS W1-me Rose Green 8a White nfnfgra ing hh Mwmfefff, MMM, Q77 QU M Q mQ,,,m, , QW WM M 'K pdf' 777 f . EM Wm gf O jigigzwm ,QW17 my Kg QM W ZQMWZQVM WWW MMV 4 MMQWM M 5M wwf WV QQZQJZM W if . S. N K Y Y 1 s ff'-fi if-,, 'lA.i Az rv"'A' S ff' X hx 55' 's..',- l ,. fm, J. Ms. a ACK. s Ag . L ai... y 1 'fu ,I ff. 5... sk-ri' 1 , wx! 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Sophomore Class Doris Morris James Weil' President Vice-President ar f iffiig Ruth Ralston virginia Lucas Clyde Wolfe Secretary Treasurer Historian ffreshmen Glass if-3 ', ., N Wx 7', i vfgfi Jeanette Hughes Ann Millard President Vice-President V R Nl u 1 W,:'53b?f"f?fs?7f5 i' -- 5 -Q N, . gg ,L txt X Mary Hunter Jane Lefever Larry Lerew Secretary Treasurer Historian .mfr FRESHHEN x K , x,,, 3 T Z Q nherc 355111211 Snaps-hnis Q 5 si, M I V ,A L 5 I K ,qr 3 E I ,gulf f iff-52 -if i 11l1 T1 38,51 -gwfi sf MG f uf I 1 X. x ...L 5 ' c C Q- . Gfades lst and Znd 33 si , k .- Wei 1:9 fins 565 Grades 54 'K 1 2? rd 011 xx Ae'- 'Y S172 and 616 E9 Ora 6 des 5? 7115 0114 816 fades ,X Qural Qnrahes 'SSO' Porters B a e vertown Western Stony Run Central ff " .-12: 'N -2-NN of 41 f 4,0 iw ff L fs. 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The Mixed Chorus, consisting of 54 members, has been inactive as far as outside work but expects to take part in the Spring Concert. The combined choruses went Christmas caroling in the surrounding communities and a wonderful time was had by all. We take this opportunity to express our thanks and gratitude to Miss Statler for her excellent work in conducting the choruses and in her four years of working with the Class of 1952. ' 10' ,Q 'af fx Pa QQ 99: 96 EF.E.A. Beverly Smith Donna Leese President Vice-President U' f Q5 ' N V , f 1 Q' ' Lil - 'Y 1' lu, iii? S Freda Garretson Martha Paxton CHIOIYH Spaflglef Secretary T rea surer Re POIIC1' ,iw I I .W "U ,fg I ll I 1 1 N ' Ili" in 'V ' I! r' -it ,!, 'Wm 1, Fl i I 1 If I' ,Il ' ! 'I , 'l. NY" 'il Qggi: . lilmlumllll IIIIIIIIIII , '1 I V 4 4- , 3:93 ZQEFJX. K 4 fx b-bi' M , 5? wr was A , T K R35' Kflaub Dale Cook Pfesldem Vice-President , 5 gym: sw-ngzi' 1 Donald Grove Bud Lerew Charles Farence SSCFCIHY Treasurer Chaplin I I II' I I I ' I I I I II , I I I, I II I I I I I I I I 'I I I I I I I I ' I I I I I I I I . III I I II I III, I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I II Il I II III! Ii IIIIIIIIIIIII I ,III IIII' II If II III IIIIIIIIIII. I II I I I IEIIIIIIIIIIIII II III.I IIIIIIIIHIII I I' 'I III'I I I III II I IIIIIII I IIIIIIIVIII III' I II 'III IIHIIHII I I,I III III III I IIIIIIIIII II I III I .IIIIIIIIIIIII I IIIIIIIIIIIIII I I 'I I I I I IIIIIIIIIIIII I I I I IIIIf I IIII I I IIIIIIIIII I'I'I I III I III I HIIIIII I I III I ' I II , IIII II I I II IIIIII , I I I II III III' I I I " I I I I II I I , I I. I I I I I I I I"I I I I II I I I . I I I I I III II If I I'I' I! I 'III' III I II" II II I I I I I I 'I I .I I I I I I I I 525 :R- I' Q - s - 2 '- I 9 ' ' I P i 5? I IIIIII :I WI MI .I I ,x N. 0 Y X Editor-In-Chief Associate Editors Business Manager Assistant Feature Editor Assistant Sports Editor Assistant Photographer Assistants Circulation Manager Assistants Typist-In-Charge Assistants Ann Seibert Lou Wierman Mae Hoffman Beverly Smith Riehard Gochenour Joyce Hopple Jay Knisely Freda Garretson Kenneth McCurdy Kenneth Baker Eugene Bushey Ray Knaub Mearl Orner Mary Nelson Carolyn Spangler Margaret Jones Dolores Cook Ruth Fickes Martha Paxton Mildred Coulson Vernon Grimm Douglas Fishel Jean Folley F!-A aff fi. Purple and White Staff Editor-In-Chief Assistant Editor-In-Chief Exchange Editor Feature Editor Sports Editors Artist Class Editors - Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior F.n.A.' Editor F.F.A. Editor Circulation Manager Assistants - - Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Production Manager Assistants Typist-In-Charge Assistants - - John Townsend Martha Paxton Mae Hoffman Margaret Spangler Vernon Grimm Reporters - - Dolores Cook - Kenneth McCurdy Ann Seibert Margaret Jones Lou Wierman lla Maye Nelson 84 Mearl Omer Beverly Smith Verla Todd Ann Millard Ruth Mary Ralston Janet Reynolds Joyce Hopple Freda Garretson Clair Omer Mary Nelson Cynthia Flohr Doris Morris Jo Wierman Carolyn Spangler Richard Gochenour Kenneth Baker Jay Knisely Kenneth Hollandsworth Douglas Fishel Mildred Coulson Ruth Fickes Joyce Hopple James Evans Jean Folley - - Kathy Swa im -1 ll I FN A H OITIS Econolni CS Class SS AS anim CO Omg Cu ATYP SS msg, Cv A Biolo gy Class -ll 'sw 5 9 -f.. V, f xx'f -'H ,-1,1 I 5 I I th f f nf f .Hwy Q my wvf' 'V Q Q . 'J JI , g' ' f "f ' ff I , ur . ', 5 , f'- ' .k A, ,, 1 ,fm 1 1 1 f' V . , 4 I K 4 .1 1 ,f " 1 . fg ' 4 . vu JA, f In ff. , , 'X I lv ,gf v 8 -ids. 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Agios ' ' si 9 fe' .viffiis + A ' U 'Q' Cziba tan .teal J ' ' ri Q E +3 73. f ' The 1951 soccer season of D1LLsBURG HIGH scnooi. proved very si' ,vjpsgggel-i'. ,A s- .-fx in ,i I sas'- successful as they won the third cham ionshi of York Count in four ears. x Qs' "' sf-.-,Af V' ef Q " P 73' ef -to T' t... The boys then went on to win the first game of the PIAA playoffs against Manor +V' ads! w 1 Z: sf Vo Q . -e L Q... Township High School, but were defeated in the semi-finals against Jonestown ., 934' ,a . ,. . S' hears - - ' Q X if '.'1:l,'11e-EL,.' s . High School. The total won and lost record for the team was 9 wins, 2 defeats, aqgafgseg.-S,ig wgtelggefes gs-S , .X - ,g . -M, ,X ,J 1, . M and 4 ties. sggsis? 'FR ei, Ex r seifgo ,e, .Llc mdixw .QQ.,.sX?G be WELL DONE BOYS WELL DONE -V ,g2b"Yz55?.gGs xi? N . f T E xx L 59" , R. GOCHENOUR T. 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Spring Grove Manor Township. . . . Jonestown. . . . . . . . St. Francis. . . McCaskey . . . Alumni .... OUR SCORING RECORD Opponent DHS PIAA PLAYOFFS EXHIBIT ION Q 4 2 1 2 4 1 2 2 0 1 4 1 2 2 4 The Champs were coached by Mr. Kaup assisted by Mr. Habig. :rg Wgh .gain Berlin, 1 0 111 iz record intact stopped hv North lla!-shall Oi- Qt lu! go., in 1 it ,2lst,e,s ivan' if iam, Q, . Lismitf. We W .m,,,. A is The 1951 Baseball Team of Dillsburg High School had an unsuccessful season in the Central York County Baseball League. The team was coached by Robert F. Habig. x Q95 'L A ,Was spit? . A gf. f r a'- 7 5 ' ,- The following senior boys played on the team: Robert Diller, Kenneth McCurdy, Mearl Omer, Ray Orner, and Robert Prosser. The record of our team is: Opp. Hallam 6 Spring Grove 4 Mt. Rose 9 Dallastown 18 Wrightsville 8 DHS opp A5 3 8 8 6 2 o 10 3 13 DHS 5 5 6 9 7 3 is u ta' ,Ju sz ffl 4' f 1 jgakxkx nl -. 'Y if ,.' Y., .- . . 1 V5 2 Q! 2 :F i C -1.:,f..1?. . nn. -." 1 4 "' OUR COACH RAY KNAUB scorekeeper ROBERT DILLER CLYDE FLOHR 3rd baseman Sf '- ff fs 2, E 2 .fqz , ' . 4, at 1 -f ,W W,,. W fa shortstop 1' that my x ,THOMAS FLEMING ROBERT Pxzosssa MERRH- RUTH BUD LEREW outfield outfield 2nd baseman outfteld 1 J! E. r .tw f . X' 'L ,Q l Y at Y sg s . 153 . . 'M' KENNETH McC URDY 1st baseman V Q-'isiffeiidf ' ' .',flf5fJ!Li3X f . :,:vvi?QlQsI55il5 . 1, :ep sim: ',,1 V- , '-- RAY ORNER catcher MEARL ORNER pitcher ' 5 Hi" 10 fem QOGWJ 'Yea WA 923 Mm J a- if gm' , Y f 4' f NS ni? as '55 , .Rh an 'L-.1-wwa "' 'K Y-fs, 'V my . 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A A bit crowded isn't it boys? 4: x rw .2 fs , . ,, , X.. jf, 327 413, 3 -dn A 1 Hold those Poles up Girls Bob 8: Ella Mac School Days X Iuniors at Hershey What's Wrong Nancy? RODS IUmpi11g'?'? One Saturday Afternoon GROUND BREAKING EXERCISES Northern York County Joint School District Dillsburg, Pennsylvania June 17, 1951 2:00 P. M. Wm. C. Evans Supervising Principal Master of Ceremonies Two Numbers Dillsburg Citizens Band Invocation Rev. Roland Banes Remarks Edmund George Good, Jr. Harrisburg, Architect Remarks Elmer L. Ritter Harrisburg, General Contractor Remarks Roy L. Krall Chairman, School Authority Remarks Harvey E. Swartz Superintendent of The Schools of York County Remarks George H. Knisely President, Joint School Board GROUND -BREAKING CEREMONY George H. Knisely A Student From Each School District Group Singing America Benediction Rev. A. T. Kaup 6 Q mx-555 X- 1.1 51.-"'f 2' Q -'Z v I Ill H I If 6 1011, I ' ,fl - , - fl? SI . IZ, I' lo t 5 , l, 'X 1' AQ Q , 'R Q' i?g '2Z' 4 Q A U 1 J av Q, 'vm 1 1 'us , A ,fW,iSfa1, is we 'F Xi 15 ' iw J, 1 1 kk fi Ri,- fgik A J ,pk if Q35 'Q 5 E53 fb 0 9' CASTLES BUILDING MATERIALS DIL LSB URG PENNSYLVANIA CARLISLE PENNSYLVANIA ROSS VILLE C. N. SPANGLER CO PONTIAC SALES - GENERAL REPA F PAINTING VULCANI RADIATO REPAIRING RECORING MPLETE FRONT END ENDER AND BODY RE SERVICE IRING PAIRING ZING AND RECAPPING R CLEANING SERVICE PENNS YLVANIA PORTRAIT AND COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHY PHOTO FINISHING AND SUPPLIES PICTURE FRAMING WEDDING STATIONERY HU TEPJS STUDIU OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHER FOR THE 1952 PANORAMA PHONE 3663 46-48 E. MAIN ST. MECHANICSBURG, PA CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 1952 xxxxxxxxxxxxx MAY PROSPERITY, HAPPINESS AND PEACE BE WITH YOU IN THE YEARS TO COME W. HAIR 8 SONS OPERATOR OF SCHOOL BUS TO AND FROM DILLSBURG HIGH SCHOOL COMPLIMENTS OF DILLSBURG NATIONAL BANK RG PENNS SCHOOL DAYS . . . They cement many lasting friendships. Soon you and your class- mates will take different roads, and it may be years before some of you will meet again. School days do not last forever--and when they are past, memories are kept warm by the photographs of friends of the classroom and campus. Your chums should have a 'personality portrait" of you, and so you will prize one of theirs in return. In a year or so you will be glad you took this means of keeping alive the memories of your school days. And the home folks will always cherish a portrait of the 'turning point" in your life. This studio is the headquarters for the special photographic work and the doors are open to students of the Dillsburg High School and their friends. Why not arrange to come to the studio now and have that photo- graph taken? SPECIAL STYLES AND RATES FOR STUDENTS THE ENSMINGER STUDIOS ESTABLISHED IN 1882 CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA'S LARGEST AND OLDEST PHOTOGRAPHIC, STUDIOS PHONES: 67968 - 67969 - 67960 SECOND AND WALNUT STREETS HARRISBURG PENNSYLVANIA COMPLIMENTS OF HITTER BRUTHERS GENERAL CDNTRACTURS 1 N. CAMERON STREET I-IARRISBURG, COMPLIMENTS OF EDMUND G. GO0D ARCHITECT COMPLIMENTS OF EVANS BROTHERS DEPARTMENT STORE HOME DRESSED MEATS GROCERIES -- DRY GOODS CROSLEY APPLIANCES PHONE 10-R-2 DILLSBURG A 0 PENNSYLVANIA fi 512 ' -2 A ,rms 4"-Q, 1- X 1 sy.:-3 A V N ng. ' 1 7, .4 124 2 x ' .flsioy v qv - ,S , - ,VA j4,?:3a2?:,:gfe I .., KNAUB-CLEMENS tA ,RUNZSFRS S FURNITURE gl APPLIANCES DILLSBURG PENNA. FINE FURNITURE . FLOOR COVERING . VENETIAN BLINDS PHONE 59 gy COMPLIMENTS OF Union Emblem Co HIGH SCHOOL AND FRATERNITY JEWELRY FELT GOODS, COMMENCEMENT STATIONERY PAUL H. NISSLEY, MANAGER PALMYRA, PENNSYLVANIA TRY 0 R 682233, fm Q? 3-0 m l , J, ,R f . ,K X ,mfr Jw x '52 I A if ' . A 'fRyder's 853.5 E. .-I ny day , u ny hour, every mul in the family loves an ive vreum treat! YOU'RE SURE TO LIKE RYDER'S ICE CREAM IT'S SO SMOOTH AND CREAMY RICH IN YOUR FAVORITE FLAVORS. READY-PACKED FOR HOME SERVING IN ECONOMICAL CONTAINERS. GET IT OFTEN AT I PAUL WOLFE PROPRIETOR DILLSBURG PENNSYLVANIA COMPLIMENTS OF MYER'S RESTAURANT SERVING HERSHEY'S ICE CREAM 24 HOUR SERVICE THOMAS MYERS, Proprietor 'Vx F Ibll .1,sz3URG ,them PENNSYLVANIA P' I CCCKLIN FUNERAL CCCKLI RRCTHER HCME FURNITURE SERVICE OF DISTINCTION LINOLEUMS VENETIAN BLINDS AMBULANCE SERVICE CARPETS REAR COCKLIN FUNERAL HOME PHONE 104 PHONE 104 DILLSBURG PENNSYLVANIA DILLSBURG PENNSYLVANIA SEE YOUR HALLICRAFTERS PHILCO TELEVISION AND DEALER FOR RADIO APPLIANCES HEFFER ELECTRIC C0. ELECTRICAL MAINTENANCE DILLSBURG, PA. SALES AND SERVICE HEFFER ELECTRIC C0. DILLSBURG, PA. PHONE 24R2 Kinter and Grove, ln Poultry Equipment and Feeds Phone 39 Diusbufg Pennsylvania The New Northern High School Electrical Work by Jno. Z. Barton 317 West Market Street York, Pennsylvania Electrical Engineering and Construction 4 I --I- R. W. SMIU-I 8x SON GENERAL CONTRACTORS Compliments of CAPITAL ENGINEERING CORPORATION Phone 86 ENGINEERS - CONSTRUCTORS - MANAGEMENT DILLSBURG, PENNSYLVANIA Wolf's Garage, Inc. YORK S PRINGS PE NNSYLVANIA SALES - - SERVICE INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS HEAVY DUTY WRECKER SERVICE ELL' RE TAURANT SERVING ICE CREAM FOR ALL OCCASIONS DILLSBURG PENNSYLVANIA l I Keefer' Grocery 'THE FRIENDLY STORE" GROCERIES -- MEATS -- DRY GOODS -- PRODUCE MEMBER OF ASSOCIATED GROCERY STORES AUTHORIZED DEALER OF PHILCO APPLIANCES DELIVERY SERVICE WEEKLY PHONE 4422 GRANTHAM PENNSYLVANIA CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADUATES AND FACULTY Jones Food Morkef PHONE z3R3 625 ds QW!! W, DILLSBURG, PENNSYLVANIA X Q , WX f',,"A , E COMPLIMENTS OF LeFever Brothers SALES - SERVICE fCH5!'3.0l-ET! r Cai M DILLSBURG PENNSYLVANIA Compliments of Plumbing-Heating-Sheet Metal-Contractors 4025 North Sixth Street Harrisburg Compliments of WEBB and WOLF Sporting Goods 210 North 2nd Street Harrisburg Pennsylvania Planning A Dance, Reception, or Dinner ? Entertaining Guests With Comfortable Accommodations ? Of Course You Will Want to Come to ALLE BEERY 'On the Yellow Breeches" at Boiling Springs, Pa. Phone - Carlisle 819 Charles A. B. Heinze General Manager eibert Food tore Members of N. R. O. G. Associated Grocers of Pennsylvania A lete Food Service , .,, em: s ,ya COITIP Phone 94R2 1 K VW, f . .fb 4 Q Qrluaf .099 lx. y . .P 'H On the Square 'Gr Dillsburg Pennsylvania Compliments of DILLSBURG Sll0E FACTORY S henk and 'little 603' 0 PLAY MORE -- LIVE LONGER CEVERYTHING FOR SPORTSD 313 MARKET STREET HARRISBURG PENNSYLVANIA WILLIAM F. EL 0 Quality Fruit 8L Pork Products 'Try it once 8m you'll buy always" Phone 12-R-12 R. F. D. Wellsville Pennsylvania Speclfs Esso Servi.Center Gas, oil, tires, General Repairing, Sunbeam Electric Appliances Zenith Radio and Television. Etc. Phone 106- 1 1X2 Mi. N. Route 74, Dillsburg, Penna BRUCE LEACH Cement Products Since 1905 CONC RE TE WORK Lemoyne, Pennsylvania Bentz Hardware X THE STORE WITH THREE GREAT NAMES FRIGIDAIRE - MAYTAG - DUPONT IF IT'S HARDWARE - WE HAVE IT PHONE 49-R-3 DILLSBURG PENNSYLVANIA lg: FRIGIDAIREZTL- - MAD! ONLY 'V GENERAL MOTORS - H2 Sunshine t0res.lnc. WAY E FEED POULTRY EOUIPMENT -- GLIDDEN PAINTS GARDEN T RACTORS MILKING MACHINES - - WATER HEATERS CLAY BARN EQUIPMENT -- BARN CLEANERS DAY OLD AND STARTED CHICKS PHONE 67 DILLSBURG PENNSYLVANIA COMPLIMENTS OF Wiley Bros. Appliance Store I X Dx1,1.5w.:m x PENNS YLVANIA , , I Compliments of S. E. MEYER and SRNS. INC. Shoe Division Manufacturers of Infants' Soft Sole Shoes Phone Dillsburg 15R13 Wellsville Pennsylvan DILLSRURG SHRE REPAIR SHRP Rene Tanger , Proprietor RARRISRURG DARIES Oth Sz Herr Streets Harrisburg, RAKESTRAWS DAIRY PRRDUCTS nicsburg Penns TOUGH'S- 'SERVICE 'mio Gas And Oil Body And Fender Work Paint Jobs Done With Factory Like Finish Ivan Stough, Proprietor Phone 21-R-5 Dillsburg Pennsylvania S N 0. 5 Compliments Of CHARLIE B RIDER Home Dressed.Meats Dillsburg Pennsylvania F S ff Q' KRALL' O EM qs,-,y The Nyal Store 08 ARK y 'ORE Toiletries. Sundries. Sodas. School Supplies Dillsburg Pennsylvania L. .LA D F.M.KAMPEL A D SON Manufacturers Of Kampel Kraft Kitchens Custom Styled Sink Tops, Counters And Table Tops Formica Specialties Phone 4lR2l . Dillsburg Pennsylvania Compliments Of J. A. WIERMA . D.D. THEOIHDRE LAUKEMANN Phone 50 R. F. D. Number 1 Dillsburg Pennsylvania Best Wishes .eff 1 .:'.o 'fe :e:aa:vf.. 4 . WILLIAM GRUVE PARK 114 ff AND Congratulations And Good Wishes To The Graduates May Graduation Be The Key That Unlocks The Doorway To Success J. AH. REARICK A D S0 Compliments Of HARLACHER' JEWELERY A D GIFT HOP Phone 92 R3 Dillsburg Pennsylvania W.lL SCHRIVER and C0. Dealers in Agricultural Implements KL Fertilizer Oliver Farm Equipment Phone 56R3 Dillsburg Pennsylvania Monk' GREENHWSE . " Phone 30R2 West York Street Dillsburg, Pennsylvania HARBOLD'S ESSO SERVICE STATION KL RESTAURANT BUYA1' THE Pesmunam' WN Phone 34R6 ' 1 ,. - Dillsburg Pennsylvania Dealer in fl 5 Atlas Tires Sz Batteries W Men'S -Boy-s Clothing, Shoes, Etc. X 1 ip--,, HARRY 0. GRIME i Dillsburg Pennsylvania Fl HER'S MUSIC SHOPPE ,.... 'Everything in Music" ,..-. Martin -- Band Instruments Pedler -- Woodwind Dial 3-4173 A 307 High Street Hanover Pennsylvania DILLSBURG GRAIN AND MILLI G C0. Dealers In Grain, Feed, Coal, Etc. 'Dillsburg's Best" Feeds "in, Phone 36-R-11 -1' a'n' , . 0 ' I' . s..l":?" Dillsburg Pennsylvania Compliments Of W. E. Fl HER and 0 Lumber - Paint - Hardware - Building Supplies Phone 70-R-ll Di11SbUI'g Pennsylvania DILLSBURG WEEKLY BULLETIN David S. Fry, Editor 53.50 Two Years ADVERTISING - PRINTING Phone Dillsburg 23-R-4 NORMAN E. WEIGARD Phone 4-R-2 Dillsburg Pennsylvania ANDREWS PAPER HEUSE OF YORK One of Pennsy1vania's Largest Distributors of Paper Products Yo REST-A-WHILE-INN G.ll KGTTGAMP and G Mechanical Contractors Plumbing-Heating-Sheet Metal Work-Slate Roofing York Pennsylvania Compliments Of SHENANDOAH FLORAL MANUFACTURING CO. Mechanicsburg Franklintown HARBGLD' GARAGE CARS E!lBD,, Sales Service V A5 Tel phone 85 Dillsburg Pennsylvania HUNTEGS GGR ER Cmmmwwof wmw4w3 HGLLI GER' MEATS RDG2 Dillsburg, Pa. Q 4 W , 5 l Compliments Of DILLSBURG MEAT MARKET Q G. A. MYERS Tree Surgery and Landscaping Phone 44-R-111 R. F. D. Number 1 Dillsburg, Pennsylvania JOHN LAUER, Jr. General Merchandise Feed, Produce, Etc. Electric Appliances Dillsburg, Pennsylvania Compliments Of CLEAR SPRINGS GARAGE and MOTOR COURT LAU'S GARAGE 'Service With a Smile" For New Furniture SEE HAAR Dillsburg, Pennsylvania Compliments Of DILLSBURG 5 gl 10 Compliments Of DILLSBURG DRESS FACTORY EASTERN STATES FARMERS EXCHANGE Representative Charles A. Grove Phone 41-R-4 Dillsburg, Pennsylvania CENTRAL GARAGE Gas, Oil and Repairs M. G. Forry, Proprietor Phone 95-R-2 MOX'S USED CARS Bought and Sold Every Car On The Road is A Used Car Compliments Of SHAMBA ' E. E. Gochenour S STORE Phone 34R5 Route 15 Dillsburg, Pennsylvania Compliments Of LEHMER'S GARAGE Firestone Tires - Tubes Home and Auto Supplies Phone 83R2 Dillsburg, Pennsylvania Compliments Of SPOERLEIN'S Women's And Children's Apparel Dillsburg. Pennsylvania Compliments Of THE Q WILL FISHER ORCHESTRA Dillsburg, Pennsylvania DILLSBURG BAKERS Cakes For Weddings - Birthdays - Showers Parties Phone 10R3 Dillsburg, Pennsylvania GOOD LUCK TO THE CLASS OF 1952 Lindy's Men's Shop THE HOME OF NATIONALLY ADVERTISED BRANDS PAUL A. LINDON, Proprietor DILLSBURG PENNSYLVANIA WE, THE CLASS OF 1952 WISH TO EXPRESS OUR SINCERE APPRECIATION TO THE ADVERTISERS FOR THEIR AID IN MAKING THIS ISSUE OF THE PANORAMA POSSIBLE Qlur ifrienhs Mr. 8: Mrs. Chester Stauffer Mr. 8: Mrs. Wayne Myers Mr. 8: Mrs. Roy K. Hartman Mr. 8: Mrs. Vance Seibert Mr. Kenneth Fogle Mr. 8: Mrs. Robert Bailey Mary and Bob Carolyn and Rich Mearl Orner Ila Maye Nelson Charlotte and Don Margaret and Bob Freda and George Beverly and Paul Dillsburg Pants Factory Skip Srnith's Orchestra Dr. 8: Mrs. Ralph Bentz Dr. John V. Miller 8: Family Jane Sheaffer Lt, Col. 8: Mrs. Chas, S, Smith B. A. Rhodes, Jeweler Mr. 8: Mrs. Wm. B. Hamm 8: Family Mr. 8: Mrs. Ralph K. Rumsey Miller's Turkey Farm Ruth-Ada Beauty Shop The Robsons Mr. Boyd Gerber Bob Young 8: Family Mr. 8: Mrs. Earl Warehimes Mr, 8: Mrs, John Arnsberger Mr. Robert P. McClure Milford Hess Mr, Walter O. Sheaffer Mr. William S. Strayer Mr. 8: Mrs. Roy Cramer E, B, Young Gross Pure Food Store Coca Cola Bottling Works Baughman's Monuments Mr. Ray S. Aulthouse L, F, Miller Mr. Alton B. Zerby Mr. Earl W. Stauffer Grantham Dress Factory Mr. 8:Mrs. R. K. Sports Florence Wiley Balfour M. F. Noggle


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