Northern High School - Panorama Yearbook (Dillsburg, PA)

 - Class of 1957

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J , A"' h J H V ' BY THE H Q SENIOR cm 55 NOQTHERN HIGH SCHQQL DILLSBUQG, PENNSYLXIANIH ei, ' F155 'sv - 1 l Ayeorbook is comporoble to ci fqmily olbum, ond' this book is cm album for The fomily of students of Northern High School. ln The fufure, its pages ond pictures will bring smiles ond memories to The reoder. ' PANORAMA for l957 includes noi only o briefi record of our school life, but also The evems, noiionol cmd infernoiionol, which sei oporf our yeors of Northern. lt is "Our Age." -,s:ii,,- .. 5 s N - . A 1:f.,e1 .ng -Jww' zz:r?2?55w, A K r': -ft rrf rlsl rr- 3 .-.M .WN -A -sw" Q 4? Y wid' kwi W .4169-Ky? mms OF CONTENTS Dedication ................................ 4 Seniors ................ ...... 5 Class History .............. ...,.. i 9 Administration cmd Faculty ...... ...... 2 5 Undercicissmen ........... ..... 3 3 Activities ............... ...... 4 3 Athletics ,......... ..... 7 5 Senior Directory ...... ...... 9 O Advertisements ..... ...... 9 3 Kaupie" on senior trip. Reverend Kaup behind the pulpit. Mr. K. on Farmers' Day. Coach Kaup and his Teener Team. DEDICATION The class of l957 proudly dedicates this book to Mr. Arthur T. Kaup, known as Rev. Kaup to his congregationsf Coach Kaup to his teams, and many times affectionately as "Kaupie" to his friends. This versatile gentle- man has given twenty-nine years of service to this community. Mr. Kaup could rightfully be called a 7'coal-cracker" because he came from a small town, Frackville, in the coal region of Pennsylvania. His first job in this community was that of a minister in the Evangelical and Reformed Church, in which capacity he is still serving. Because of a need for school teachers, he began teaching social studies at Dillsburg High School, and has coached football, soccer, and volleyball teams. He is an ardent admirer of sports, and has aided not only our school but also our community in athletic activities, he is presently Athletic Director at North- ern High School. Ivlr. Kaup is also active in many other civic and community groups. We, the members of the class of l957, will especially remember Mr. Kaup for his friendliness, helpfulness, and wit. Very seldom was there a dull moment when he was around. With much admiration and respect, we dedicate our Panorama to Mr. Arthur T. Kaup, our teacher and friend. ,-Jr. -- .-v- . -"j.2f-f."-'- RV- "':I:g,' - -I-1 - ' , -1. I -, I " -:xg -4 -, -L.: -:,,,,-. 12-.!".",. : --P .- -L-'r ffl- -- r' -- . -- -, H .. ... , . lv- J, , . -1 I-'Luft wie ' ,. ' , . t...: 'T-api-'-"--.-v 5 .- .1-df' ' ' .'1'.::11'-33" 1-i:1:T-2:4163-':x.-gg:-5:1,,,,,-gq'r,,g.- M., .., . I.,, ""T:ft '- , :-f f' - 7? ffl? -" "' ,1 , "'-' 'G ' 7" 'A ' . - f-,,--...- , .. . :u 3:-12: . '- , .---' 31 --' ' mf 551 . : - 1-2. 1---' Iirf- .vt--',', ' -15:11-A-. H - --kg..-1-,fIff'.. , '.'Il'3..:.L-1' -f:-f-Q1 ' -' -V21 A - ' J ':-- - f -g1g.I-E:-Eff -,gi -gg-.J -. 52- Lf. ffi:5,5' 'QQ'-' 2,'i'.f7,5?--153 ' I - ' "1 -. 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P- -'- - -Q . 41:1-- 'dw - " .f ' L ' " ,FF -f'.,.f3'-53314-?."..-.,,47"' " '- 2-'Gi "WT 'N '?5 ' .a5-5f'r""":e1"::1-.-- -- -'-"' -',-'.- f f-:',T"-rife-. i ' - ' 4-.riix-ffge 3 I,. , Left to Righty lst ROW-Harold Bentzel, Eileen Weigard, Wayne Spahr. 2nd ROW---Arthur Rider, Diana Hudson. CLASS OFFICERS One of the most important assets to a senior class is able leadership. These students were our officers in our busiest, but best, year-president, Eileen Weigard, vice-president Harold Bentzei, secretary, Wayne Spahr, treasurer, Arthur Rider, historian, Diana Hud- son. 6 GALE L ALWINE Gale Academic Physical Ed. Teacher. . ."So what's that make me?" Sports minded Lively and likeable . Telephone fan NANCY BONSELI. JUDITH ANN BRUAW "Nancy" Business "Judie" Academic Secretary. . ."Your're kidding". . .Flcm- Receptionist , ."Aw, cut it outl". , . ing redhead. . .Happy-go-lucky. . Our eflicienf editor. , .Likes sports and Northern's "My friend Irma." horses. VINCENT ARBOGAST HAROLD R. BENTZEL "Arbie" Agriculture "Benny" Academic Future I5 working. , ,"Ain't that Q Law is his chosen profession. . ."Husfa shame!". . .Hot rod on wheels. . . LUSQOH- - .An Sffiflienf, l10f1SSf, Gnd Sleeps in the oddesf places. dependable worker. PAULA KAY CARPENTER Shug Academic Airline stewardess. . ."Oh, you're kid- ding" Eyes always twinkling Likes lots of fun. l.OWEl.l. E. CASSELI. "Tom" General Air Force, Look Ouf. . ,"You beiler believe il . . .Calm but mischievous. . . Likes all kinds of women. l.OlS CLARK SHELVY JEAN CROMER "Gimp" Academic "Shelvy" Academic Future nurse. . ."Oh, Beans". . .Tranquil Plans to go to college. . ."l don't be- TYRONE P. CUT'-Ip FRANCES D. DRAKE disposition, . .Favorite pastime is ploy- lieve it", , Delightful, delovely, depend- "Tice" Agricullure "Fran" Business lnQ 'he FJl0"0- able' - -Avid 5P0Vl5 lun- Aufo Mechanic. . ."Oh yeah". . .Down- Merchandising. , ."Darn". . .A happy right devilish, buf determined. . .Jusl go-lucky kid. . .Drives a splashy Pon- so it's a woman. NOC. SHIRLEY ANN EICHELBERGER "Ike" General Undecided abou? future plans. . ."For Peie's Sake". . .Pleasing personality. , . Accepls responsibility. SAUNDRA LEE ELICKER GARY lEE ERB "Sandy" Business HGUSH General NO immedioife plans- . -ffohl honesnyff No decision regarding his future. , . h ' ,Very modes, and dependable I A "How about that". . .Well known in Doesn't like me b0ym??????? Wellsville Circles- ROSEMARY LOUISE EU RICH Rosemary Academic College bound. . .Oh, blessed . . Usually with McClure ond Shelvy, , Nice personolity. . .Loads of fun .IAN FEE PHYLLIS FIRESTONE "Fe Fe ll" General "Phyl" Business May join the Armed Forces. . ."l clon't College, then Legal Secretary. . ."Oh dig this Crazy live", , ,Quiet Ungg- Brofliefu, . .Always hos O wise CrCIClQ suming, congenial. to liven up the gang. JAY EVANS "JOY" Academic Business world. . ."So whot?". . .Ath- letic, ambitious, ond wise. , .Prediction for him is success. I . KENNETH RAYMOND FORTNEY GENE EGRACE "Ken" Agriculture "Genie" Industrial Arts Plans to loin the army. . ,"Dog gone" Works at Cromer's Garage. . ."WilI . . .Usually seen with Wagner. . .Has you not?". . .Quiet but co-operative. . . interest in Steelton. Usually seen in Cofteetown. ROSALIE LOVANDA HAMMOND "Rosie" Business Future office worker. . ."Oh you're kid- ding". . .Likes horseback riding. . .ls a fiend for talking. HAROLD MARK HAAR "Jake" Agriculture A future farmer. . .Cool, calm, and col- lected. . .Works for a florist. . .FFA Member. DONNA MAE HARBOLD LENORE MAE HARBOLD "Donna Mae" Business "Lenore" Academic Beautician school or college. . ."Oh, Music teacher, then marriage. . ."Oh yeah!". . .Typical teenager. . .5 foot what the heck". . .good natured and 2, blue-eyed blonde fl!l!!!J. friendly. . .dislikes silliness. MARLIN N. HARTMAN "Marty" General Machinist or lumber miller "Then what. . .Studlous and smart. . .An efficient stage crew man. GLORIA JEAN HUGHES DIANA Lo HUDSON "Gloria" General "Diana" Academic Women's Air Force . ."You'd better College girl. . ."Oh, nuts". . .TaIkative, believe ill". . .Dependable hockey cap- talented, well-liked. . .Football queen. tain...Never complains. BEVERLY LOUISE HAVERSTOCK SHIRLEY M. HOFFMAN "Bev" Business "Shirl" Academic Marriage minded. . ."Oh, no". . . Future Secretory. . ."Oh, for Pete's Athletically inclined. . .Works at the sake". . .Usually found with June. . . West Shore Plaza Likes chemistry PATSY KEITER Pat" Business Stenographer. . . Whats your hurry. Pleasing personality Likes to play the piano. . . Girl on the Moon JOAN VIRGINIA KIMMEI. Business Wlll go to business college. . ."Oh, Heavens! , . .President of Library Club . . .Quiet friendly JAMES HENRY LAUGHMAN GLENN l.. LEREW ".lim" General "Lash" General Has hopes of being a farmer. . ."l Truck driver. . ."I don't know". . . dig it the most". . .Enioys hunting. . . Shy and quiet. . .Says he dislikes girls Likes to talk in English class iHa-Hall MARK LLOYD FRANCIS KING CHARLES KNAUB "Crash" Agriculture "Charlie" General .loin the Marines. . ."Judus Jakie". . . Armed Forces. . ."Jusf one more Never 0 dull moment when Mc1rk's chance". . .one of the "tall ones". . . 0V0Und- - .CIGSS Clown Quiet and co-operative CAROLYN MCCLURE "Gabby" Academic Future music teacher. . ."Well gee whizl. . .Big brown eyes. . .Loves To take piano lessons 'Hall 12 JANET IRENE MCCURDY GLENN A. McKEEVER "Sis" General "Glenn" Academic Would like to visit Hawaii??. . ."Oh College bound to become 0 lawyer. . . my!". . .Usually seen with Nancy Smith Cool cymbal crasher. . ."Confound it" . . .Likes to square dance . . .Eniays friendly argumentsl I JEAN MARIE McKEEVER "Jean" Academic Shes going to college. . . Oh, Nutsl . . .Sports-minded, energetic. . .Has mischievious glint in her eyes ROY MlLLER CAROL LEE MILLS "Roy" Agriculture "Carol" Academic Farming. . ."What?". . .Noted for witty Nursing a possibility. . ."Oh, for hea- saying. . .Keen sense of humor. . . ven sakesl. . .Pleasant. . .Everything Another new student must be green JOHN V.MlLLER "Johnnie" Academic College bound lPhysicistJ. . ."Uh-h" Likes girls. . .Friendly personality. . . Loves sports FRANCIS E. MYERS LOUISE ESTHER MYERS "French" Agriculture "Louise" Business Farming. . ,"I don't know". , .Easy to Office .work or secretary, . ."Doggone get along with , ,President of FFA, , , it". . .Timid, efficient. . .Seen with Phyl, Quiet and well mannered Jo, or Lois SHIRLEY MAY MYERS "Sis" General Plans to work. . ."That's what you thinki. . .Has pretty red hair. . .Very quiet but friendly ROBERT ARTHUR MYERS H5051 Agriculture Radio and TV announcer. . ."HUH!". . . A handsome "Tony". . .Chaplain of the FFA HARRY NAILOR LESTER PROPST H-limi' General "Smoke" Agriculture Air Force here he comesi. . ."You're Forming Of 0ViOliOr1. , ,"Pooh". , ,Aq- Nothing but a Hound Dog!" Friendly five in FFA Clfclesl - -EV"i0Y5 bowling . . Cooking is his hobby and going hunting CAROLYN LEE REBERT "Reberi" Business Going to travel with her sidekick, Tillie. . ."Oh sho01!". . .The Heeby Geeby Kid. , .Great preiender DONALD SCHRADE JUDY MAY SLOTHOWER "Donnie" General "Judy" Academic Often found backstage, . ."Whai?". . . Shippensburg College. . ."Fiddle!". . . Undecided as to kind of iob. . .Runs Peppy cheerleader. . .Loads of fun. . . around with pal-Melvin ci real little bundle of ioy ARTHUR B. RIDER "Ari" Academic Swell personality. . ."Good gravyi". . . Plans on ioining the Air Force. . .Choir librarian. . .Stacks lockers NANCY LEE SCHAFFER "Pete" Business Plans io be a beautician. . ."Hard to tell". . .Quipsten . .Quaint and Cute Photography Club treasurer JUDY SLOUGH "Blondie" Business Beauty culture. . ."Oh, for heaven's sake". , .An attractive blue-eyed blonde . . .Quiet but cute MATILDA SLYDER "Tillie" Business Going to travel with Rebert. . ."Oh, for craps sakesl". . .Abhors being called Matitcla. .Super loquacious JUNE C. SOWERS WAYNE E. SPAHR "Junie" General "Spahr" General An efficient future secretary. . ."For Cqrpenter. . ."Naturally". . .Class secre- crying out IoudI". . Candid, intelligent, tary. . .Real cool hot-rodder. . .Every- clever one's his friend NANCY MAE SMITH Wll.l.A KAY SMITH "Nanc" General "Kay" Academic Would like to go to Hqwgii, , ,'0h Nurse or teacher. . ."Well, you know my!", , .lg ggtive in FHA, , ,ls often what I mean". . .Blonde, diplomatic seen with Janet doll. . .Personality plus DANIEL STAUB "Clem" General Wants to loin the Army. . . Sure . . . A women's man. . .Nice personality. . . Neat in appearance PATSY L. STIFFLER RONALD LEE STUM "Pot" Business "Stummie" Academic Business Education teacher. . ."Darn it" Airmcn. . ."Thot'll be the day!". . . . . .Active class member. . .Studious Everyone's friend. . .Likes to square student. . .Enioys skating dance. . .Ernie Ford ll LLOYD TRUMP "Trumpy" General Future plans. to make money. . ."Hey Clem". . .Has cor trouble. . .Loves to torment girls. MARY L'. WALKER RONALD LEE WALLACE "Mary" Business "Wallace" Academic Secretary. . ."That's all". . .Co-opera- Loves to talk. . ."Hil Buddy Buddy." tive, quiet, congenial. . .Enjoys roller . . .Go to college fmaybej or Egypt. . . skating. . .Friendly Very friendly chap. . .Always happy. GLENN WAGNER Jim Agriculture Farming claims him. . ."Don't know, do you?. . .Shy ond quiet. . .Likes to tease. EILEEN WEIGARD JAY A. WILLIS MELVIN L- YODER "Eileen" Business "Willie" General "Mel" Academic Bookkeeper "Good-Night" The Jef Mechanic "How ya doing'?" Enler eledronlcs of Cheml5l"Y "Dig busy-bee of the senior class Good Mechanicolly minded Cute and 'hut Dudu HUndY 0"0l-'nd 5Cl'l00l leader Interested in the Navy. Clever Conversationalist. Good Gt fixing things. DALE zElDERs EARL ZEIGLER "Tom" General "Dil" Academic Civil Engineer "lsn't that Funny?" . .. One of the top ten in the class of '57. 18 Future plans undecided . . . 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As The class of '57, The first class to begin its freshman year in the new building, we began our four years at Northern during the most pros- perous period in our country's history. The Ko- rean truce had been signed during our summer vacation, and repatriation of prisoners of war was underway. On October 3rd, a new world speed record was set by a Douglas Skyray F4D, 753.4 m.p.h. The nation was under The leadership of President Dwight D. Eisenhower, while our class ofhcers were Dan Staub as president, Carolyn Rebert as vice-president, Jo HoFf as secretary, Shelvy Cromer as Treasurer, and Diana Hudson as historian. Experiencing for The first Time The mad rush in- ,.-:,".L' '9"," Q2' ' ." ':L','3?' F! "2"'-w..u,,. ' :I 5 , - Q, rig-f 1.11- gy - "" '.-.--: --we-2-.L-L-ff . -P .SP-'1-f.:11?Sf:if'.i.' 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Misunderstandings and quarrels were forgotten, when we realized that The number They were calling for first prize was The number we were holding in our own hands. While we were winning first prize, The New York Yankees Took The World Series from The Brooklyn Dodgers, four games to Two. That year, our boys were clad in wranglers, and our girls wore sheer nylon blouses. A lot of girls still have aT home dozens of neck-scarves, which They hardly ever wear, but which were The rage during our freshman year. Hairdos for girls varied widely, from The short Italian cut to long ponytails. Girls sighed over Tony Curtis, Bob Wagner, and Julius La Rosa, while boys spent Their Time whist- ling at pictures of "that blonde" Marilyn Monroe. The Oscar for The best motion picture of The year T953 went to From Here to Eternity. In checking back, we found many important national and international events which occurred during the second semester. On January Qi, T954, Mrs. Dwight D. Eisen- hower launched the first United States atomic- powered submarine, the Nautilus, at Graton, Conn. On March lst, 5 members of the United States House of Representatives were shot on the house floor by assailants identified as Puerto Rican na- tionalists. All 5 later recovered. On February 23, the first link was forged in a chain that was to make medical history, when Dr. Jonas E. Salk began the inoculation of school children in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, with his newly developed anti-polio serum. 20 ' 1 .A .,:1,fgqf4?j14-r41- .wma b six 2- 'fx xx xg S ,. 2 -'T' ' ,JV ' ,T ,Hr .r -.f. T ' T it-251 ' --cz., .ji ' Xia, 53 -.-11-'fry--vy . I H A rf ' is Tig- - it The long sought goal of distance runners, the four-minute mile, was attained by 25 year old English medical student, Roger Bannister, on The Oxford track. He went the distance in 3 min., 59.4 sec. on May 6Th. The record was broken again by John Landy, 24 year old Australian, in 3 min., 58 sec. However, when the two great milers met at the British Empire games in Vancouver, Ban- nister won with a time of 3 min., 58.8 sec. One of the high spots of our freshman year that we will always remember were the monthly dances at Allenberry. Sometimes it seemed as though the floor would break when the gang did the latest dance rage, the bunny hop. Among the new experiences we shared was our first roller skating party, February 27, at Haar's. This was so successful that a yearly skating party became a class tradition. As sophomores lor "wise fools," to quote one of our school's baccalaureate speakersl we elected John Miller president, Art Rider vice-presi- dent, Melvin Yoder treasurer, and Jo Hott secre- tary. After the World Series, in which the Giants defeated the Indians in four straight games, we started working furiously on our float, skipping continents by naming it "Spanish Serenade." We finally decided after much debating, to put those flowers on our truck cab again. Much to our disappointment, we won only a third prize in a close race between the classes. At soccer games a new fashion trend came to light. Girls were apparnetly trying to compromise between shorts and slacks, and they came up with bermudas and knee socks. Opinions of this fad were widely varied, ranging from approval to statements which had to be censored. The knee socks were also worn with skirts. The rustling which could be heard when girls came down the halls was the result of the "can-can" petticoats which they wore. Ropes of pearls were worn with any- thing and everything. Now it was the boys who were letting their hair down, when they began wearing Princetons and "D.A.'s." They also had to be on the look- out for anyone who might be inclined to step on their new white bucks. We attended our first semi-formal dance in the school lobby. lt was the "Snow Ball" dance, and Frances Drake and Deanna Schmuck were chosen by the class as attendants to the Queen, .lean- nette Hughes. We were very proud when two of our talented classmates, Eileen Weigard and John Miller, were selected for the school play, "Riddle Me Riches." ln November, l954, one of our fellow York countians, George Leader of Dover, was elected Governor of our state. .U FZ 3 ' 2 -- 5 ti' E -,V Racoons had to run for their lives, and they had only Davy Crockett to blame. The nation's children were wearing coonskin caps and shouting "Remember the Alamo!" But our tastes were more refined, for we listened to Perry Como and Eddie Fisher. The girls went wild over Marlon Brando and Bob Francis on the movie screen. And speaking of movie screens, the newest things were Cinerama and Vista-Vision. Academy awards went to Marlon Brando and Grace Kelly, best motion picture was "On The Waterfront." April l2, the Salk polio vaccine was revealed to be effective against paralytic polio upon the basic of field trials in 44 states. ,V ,H V V., 'LJ f ,rjj V . - .. . A ,:LfgE ",fj5i- 'V . . ' " -Qiixiifl.. 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T.,g,e .-xrvz'-.. -51. gn. 4.,.-fff iush1.':f:."g:'!.L1?A.r.v55fs:-l--..::.-eff: --- .in-. ..1.1,w--','.- .... .-- - " --L'.'1",Ji"' kg-554154, :H ,- '1 --' 1 - , ,Q pg-s- W, tr -1? ' '?,,..,---"'l tg V I-'IVTQHF Q gl It it ' g L, gt L Q55 - Jwgge-f.e': -f. :..3A-,..- .,5::.1,.: :- ' ..,.-:1-A"ii?7fElt2f?7g.-,T T1-. 'vs' We returned to school in September under a new school adminstration, supervising principal M. Luther Scott, and high school principal Dale W. Smith, to find that many changes had taken place. Eventually, we became accustomed to closed lunch periods, and carrying passes with us in the halls. Class leaders in our junior year were: president, Glenn Mclieever, vice-president, Eileen Weigard, secretary, Dale Zeiders, treasurer, Harold Bent- zel. Northeastern United States was still dazed from the most destructive flood that ever occur- red in the country. The flood was caused by the heavy rains that accompanied hurricanes "Diane" and "Connie" during August. Total property damage in the six states altected totaled S1,600,000,000. 191 lives were lost. On September 24, 1955, the unexpected news of President Eisenhower's heart attack shocked the nation. lt was described by the president's doctors as a "moderate coronary thrombosis." Later, the stock market rose again, and industry and the nation breathed a sigh of relief when his recovery was certain. On highway 101 in California, a speeding sports car crashed, and motion picture actor James Dean was dead. The date was September 30th, but Jimmy Dean is still as popular as he was before his death. We remember his perform- ances in Rebel Without A Cause, and East of Eden. The Dodgers took the Series from the Yank- ees, four games to three. Our younger brothers looked surprisingly rough and tough in their purple and white foot- ball togs as the game was introduced to our school in the iunior high, with plans for senior high participation the following year. Then came another Farmer's Day, another float, this time named "Beautiful Dreamer," more flowers, and another third prize. On October 31, Princess Margaret, sister of Queen Elizabeth ll of England, announced that she had decided not to marry Group Captain Peter Townsend. A great step took place in our labor unions when the CIO and the AFL merged. On December 12, the Ford Foundation announc- ed a grant of S500,000,000 to 4,157 privately supported U. S. colleges, hospitals, and univer- sities. ln February, the very successful play, "Ram- shackle lnn" was presented by the school. Junior cast members were Judy Slothower, Tillie Slyder, Ronald Wallace, and Art Rider. In boy's wear, khakis were beginning to re- place wranglers, and slacks were seen more fre- quently. Shirts were getting brighter and bright- er, and every one seemed to have a pink one. At the same time V-neck sweaters became pop- ular. While girls were getting their hair cut shorter and shorter, the boys were letting theirs get longer and curlier. The fad was to have an iden- tiflcation tag necklace with either your own, or that "certain someone's" name engraved on it. We listened to the records of the "Fabulous Four Freshmen," and Gina Lollobrigida stepped into the spotlight to compete with Marilyn. The music we listened to was "rock and roll," and a singer from Tennessee was creating a sensation in that field. lt wasn't the singing, but the mo- tions that accompanied the singing that caused the stir. Yes, it was Elvis Presley. We made our plans, and held our Junior-Sen- ior Prom at the Hotel Yorktowne in York. We dined and danced in the ballroom, which was decorated with pink roses and white candles, to the music of the Will Fisher Orchestra. Big headlines were made when a prince from a small European country, Monaco, fell in love with and married one of our glamourous movie actresses, Grace Kelly. We saw the class of '56 graduate, and were reluctant to believe that in another year, we would be in their place. 2 K 'X M '1 H 1' R if .1 mi vm i I fa -1 N it SRE z it 'ill V2 " , - 11145- ., ...MA Y, ..., gg:Li??4s-Jfiisqi L, 452: ..-..1s4-e:irff"'iQ" gftJ1:..- .:f'1AH-.-' V. - Jlzisek'-' -2 --'E' 'urbw-' .-GLW . .f .a,'.f'- ,.Jy:'Q3fg,:7 .1f,,.Qf:..s. . 75 '-RLY 'tt'i2s.1..e15ffE?" r F -' -. ---f . 'S - ff-pref' rw., 2:95:11-T " 1 - "fi" M' f'f n 1 .F es: - - wide.-W i -E Qi FT J . .5 fs- F' . - .sa-11"-f-is-ve K ,fi YI -LL' ,.,,. -..' .4- ' ' , - -4 -' -I-Q-., . Q f " 4 SE .A Q 3, - Q pi Aka-5:,L -' E, .g H tnjizfzgl-' -1:53.-,Q 2 gf 4- . ii- ,H , ,,-:.g4g,,j,:.S:f:,.Q Q 'P Lf. - .fs i. c.-si, . .- ':- ' - . ' 'T fl' af: 'fr " ' fx' - S!" 1 " -.111-P-F 'fini " iz. Q-' ZR :,. 4. -- 1-.3 1.131 - -:Fin-cd --e rj , A - .-1fs2:'i'Z. gi us. A. U 1 - ffaj. 5. ' .. 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Soldiers were forced by their Communist officers to shoot down their countrymen, and more than 100 patriots died that day. ls the Russian hold weakening? Two giant airliners collided over the Grand Canyon, and 128 lives were lost. Reasons for the collision were never determined, since neither of the planes had been in contact. On July 25th, the Italian luxury-liner, Andrea Doria, and the Swedish-American ship, the Stock- holm, collided in the fog off the Atlantic coast at .'7'fl v',- iv. - x ,."- -'4 J -- s.,':.- L1 .xi -.-f r ,ljitf 1-if 1- . --f . - if . K '--t 'fre ' r .-f , zero- - 'wer 'iwffwsjeitivilsr J 'V ., 155 N-,HS A ix tv... ,. 1 .' QV' , ,Q sbt .0 -" fl. ,si 1 t .4 'iw!l",,.af315tt'w'-,.,, 9 3 .6 tg In sf Q ox t. K -- 55iQ:Sl:g1Q,f1ii'ili.I,, D, Mau. J.- .,- i'.'w' ,r 2, . ,W 'fits ' me f ,W '. 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There were name cards to select, our senior portraits to be taken, the plans for Farmer's Day to be made, work on the yearbook to be started, and the Senior Play to be selected. And we soon realized that nothing was busier than a senior homeroom, or a senior class meeting. There was always some paper or other to be signed, a count to be taken to see how many were going to a dance, and hundreds of announcements to be made. Every day there was an announcement of the names of the hall monitors and their stations. Hall monitors were something new for Northern. The seniors all got a chance to do their duty for the school, in helping to regulate traffic in the overcrowded halls. All of us will remember with mixed emotions our tours of duty in the "30" corridor. lt was good practice for the senior boys who played football, though. Football had been introduced in the senior high on a JV schedule. We experienced the un- explainable thrill of a pep assembly before ci football game, and saw the boys win four games on our home field. Again in the Series it was the Dodgers against the Yankees, but this time it was the Yanks four games to two, and the Yank's Don Larsen pitched a perfect game. Knowing this would be our last Farmer's Day, -...'f"'rf pf A. S A t my 1 I .i?,.,1.gQ1 -LV 'f :i.".,k'f ' ' a l' -- " -K - 1 nl v 1 l l x Xiu Kill- M t lf ' l 1 i 'rf 'Q vs, 1 s .4 " X 4 it "fir 53- t-e-et il .f 1 ' Q 4 if :A K 'V 1 3 , s KI M, fl' ' t-. Rr., if T a sm- t 12- " N' guyz, . 'rx ,S . Mu., . W g- g, 5, V 5 r" v, i 4 , , . ' . .X fs y., -km , .4 ,el I ' ' ...".-' tr--f 4, x. "-, vii , . t ,L h a 'I N vm 9is..t'x w 35 , .. 4. 1. my-A i . O' we wanted a beautiful float, and we did have one, even if we had to use finishing paper for "those flowers." The name was "Moonglow," and it was our most successful float, though we won another third prize in Dillsburg, for we capped flSl00 at Hanover. The football team selected Diana Hudson as the Football Queen, and with her junior attend- ants, Mildred Krone and Connie Trostle, she reigned over the football dance. The world situation was critical when Presi- dent Eisenhower was re-elected by an avalanche of over 9,000,000 votes. American voters elected a Democratic Congress. The Suez Canal, which had been seized by Egypt's Nasser earlier in the year, was invaded by Israel, England, and France. After a ceasefire was ordered, the United Nations sent a police force of neutral nations into the area, to attempt a peaceful settlement of the critical situation. In declaring a "hands off" policy the United States aroused the hostility of the English government, but increased our prestige among the neutral nations of the world. Russia announced that she would allow "volunteers" to fight on the Egyptain side. Contributing to the world turmoil, were the Hun- garian revolts against their Russian oppressors. For a short time, the Hungarian people triumphed, and it seemed that the Communist hold on the country had been broken. But victory was short lived, and Russia moved in with more military equipment and troops. The Communists were in control once more. Refugees streamed into Austria by the thousands. America, among other countries, opened their doors to the homeless, and gave them freedom they could not gain in their own country. Turning to the brighter side of our senior year, let's look at the fashions. There were now more boys wearing slacks than Wranglers. Their shirts with the bright colors and new syles, were enough to make the girls turn green with envy. The most popular shirts seemed to be the dark vertical striped ones. 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We were sleepy, but too excited to sleep on the train, besides, too many of our classmates were wandering up and down the aisle. From the 30th Street station, we boarded two sight-seeing buses, for a tour of historic Phil- adelphia. We visited Christ Church, the Betsy Ross House, and Independence l-lall. We arrived at Franklin Institute only to find that it was closed on Mondays, so we toured John Wanamaker's Store in the morning instead of the evening as planned. We had lunch at the Horn and Hardart Automat, and then went to the Boyd Theater to see the cinerama production Seven Wonders of the World. After leaving the theater, we had a few free hours, in which to eat supper and wander at will until eight o'clock, when we met in front of Wanamaker's. We then boarded the train for home. ln spite of aching feet, everyone enjoyed themselves very much. We hope to enjoy ourselves in New York as much as we did in Philadelphia, as our senior year draws to a close. 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K-, A " GS -G' IFJ TO THE CLASS OF 1957 As another year is about to close and summer vacation is about to begin, our thoughts revert to the days spent at Northern during the past year. The seniors will remember 1957 as the year during which they received their coveted diplomas. The juniors will recall the week prior to the prom. The seventh grad- ers will remember their first days spent in their new environment. School days are the best days you will ever have and they are exactly what you make them. Taking advantage of opportunities, making good use of time, and learning to meet and accept situations with a mature attitude will help bring pleasant memories of school days. Even unpleasant events, if met in a proper spirit, can become tinged in time with humor or satisfaction. Memories don't iust happen, they are built. We hope you have built the kind of memories of your school days that you want. M. Luther Scott Supervising Principal M. LUTHER SCOTT CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1957! You have reached the first rung on the ladder of success. May your climb to the top be swift and sure. During the years you were here at Northern High School, you had an opportunity to grow mentally, morally, and spiritually. How much your stature has increased in these categories is reflected directly by the amount of time and effort you exerted. The fact that you have been graduated is evidence that you have met the basic requirements How much you will continue to grow is entirely dependent upon you. As citizens in a democratic society and as members of a changing and complex world, you will be faced with many opportunities and challenges. May your choices, de- cisions, and actions be the ones that will give the most satisfaction to you. For each of you l wish a happy future and success in your chosen field. Sincerely, Dale W. Smith 26 DALE W. SMITH Lett to Right: Mrs, Henry Hoff, Warrington, Ralph Gundrum-, Franklintown, Paul Dillsburg: Rlflwfd Long, Wellsville, Robert YOUng, Franklin, George Hertweck, Dills- Mvers, Monaghan, Wayne Myers-secretary, Monaghan, Georae Knisely-president, burg, Ervin Laughman, Warrington, Lloyd Speck, Carroll. The Board of Education is a very important group in our school's services, many ofthe duties they have are chosing our teachers, buying administration. They have many decisions to make which must benefit our school materials, repairing our school buildings and most important student, teacher, and citizen. Although they receive no pay tor their of all, establihing our budget. F71 EUGENE ABPLANALP Indiana State' Teachers College, B.S. in Education, Geography, hu.. ANNA M. BOLTON ORR N. BRENNEMAN Pennsylvania State University, B.S. in Shippensburg State Teachers College Homemaking, Homemaking. B.S. in Education, Business Subiects THELMA SMITH ARMSTRONG Lebanon Valley, Univ. of Penna., B.S,, ,QFQ ' M.B.A.-Bus. Administration, Business Subjects. CAROL W. BADENHOOP Wilson College, Columbia Univ., Union HAROLD E. BRENNER CARLYN A. BURGARD Theological Seminary, BUA. in Eng-I Lift, Millersville State Teachers College, B DICIYIUSOU COIICQS, A. B. in Social Stud- MIA- gn Rang. Ed., English' S. in Industrial Arts Education, Indus- IGS, HISTOVY Gnd Civics. . trial Arts. 28 JANET I.. FLICKINGER QUENTIN E, GETZ Millersville State Teachers College, B.S, Shippensburg State Teachers College, in Secondary Education, English B.S. in Secondary Education, U.S. His- tory and Biology. NORMAN J. HALDEMAN University of Maryland, B.A. in Acad- emic Education, Drivers Education and Health. CHARLES A. HOFF Temple University, B.S., M.S. in Edu- cation, Science. RICHARD R. HOOPES lSABEL GOODFELLOW ROBERT F. HANG El' b tht wn B S in Mathematics . z o , . . , Hood College, B.S. in Home Economics, SlT'PPen5bUV9 Slflle TS0ClWeV5 College. I C:-le I Homemokgngl B.S. in Business Education, Business Sub- Mal emullcs' jects. ARTHUR T. KAUP Franklin and Marshal College, Eliz. College: A.B. in Education: Eastem Theological Seminary: History. ti CLARENCE Z. MUSSER RICHARD F- NEI-L Toylor Univ., Penna. State Univ.: A.B., SIllPPen5bU"9 Stale Teflcllefs College M.Ed. in Chemistry: Physics and Chem- B-S- in ECIUCGTIGU: MGYl'lemGfiCS. istry. RICHARD R. KLOTZ Bucknell University: A.B. in Social Stu- dies: Social Studies. is 'S w EDWIN G. MILLER CHESTER L. RICHWINE EI-WOOD -I- SCHAEFFER Kufzfown Sfqge Teachers College: 5.5. Lebanon Vgllgy Cgllegei 3.5. in Music Lock Haven State Teachers College: B.S, in Education: Librarian. Education: Instrumental Music. in Health Gnd PIIYS- Ed-1 Physical Ed- ucation. 30 BETTY E, SHAFFER HARLEY H. SPOERLEIN Temple University: Degree in Medical University of Maryland: B-5- in Ed' Art, Art. ucation, Vocational Agriculture. BARBARA G. TAYLOR Lebanon Valley Collegeg B.A. in Eng- lishg English and French. RUSSELL J. WALTER Elizabethtown Collegep B.S. in Second- LUCILLE B. STEELE KENNETH STOUGH Indiana S.T.C., New York University, Millersville State Teachers College: B.S. B.S. in Music Education, M.A. in Musicg in Industrial Arts and Mathematics: ln- Vocal Music and Choral Groups. dustrial Arts and Math. ary Education, Civics and'Guidance. ROBERT W. WATKINS Bloomsburg State Teachers College B.S. in Education, Science and Health GERALDINE WEAVER IRENE M. WRIGHT PATRICIA A. ZIMMERMAN Bloomsburg State Teachers College Albright College, Columbia University East Stroudsburg S,T,C, B.S. in Education B.A. in Latin and Math, M.A. in Math B.S. in Health Education English and Spanish Latin, Spanish, Math Physical Education VIRGINIA R. ZIMMERMAN MARLENE C. EPPLEY MARGARET L. 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'- -- -- f.-.- I '--1-.,, -V,-ILII . ---- -V - Tv.. -, .. V V ,,' . V , -253-ga.,-.:Vx,. '25 1"-T-' 1 J " '- . ,, 0 - .' 1'L144"- 735 "-Hifi? 1, 'P'-E -'STEVE f V- QV --. 'Q "5-:1T"F1V...,, :afiff-.4V,QZ,'-ff ' '- -fV.V-mf: -4 - 4, .fix '5g:'i3?.gj5..Ig'g5 .' . H lst ROW-Mrs. Taylor, S. Coleman, L. Heiges, M. Crane, C. Lehman, J. Wenger, E. Heikes, R. Nelson, ner, J. McKeever, A. Coulson, D. Bentz, L. Byers, L. Davis, I. Sponsler, M. Austin, J. Kinter, P. Mc N. Conley, R. Dunham, P. Clawser, S. Davis, C. Wire, B. Stough, L. Dagnell, P. Brandt, S. Mackey, Curdy, D. McCoy, J. Chenault, W. Eckert, D. Cook, V, Runk, E. Stambaugh, K. Griest, E. Yost J. Walker, S. Myers, G. Kottcamp, J. Wetzel, S. Sheeley, S. Greenfield, Mrs. Steele, Mr. Hoopes. N. Knisely, R. Henry. 4th ROW-E. Gross, G. Mummert, L. Wiley, W. Eurich, R. Kearns, P. Zinn 2nd ROW-C. Paxton, D. Sipe, B. Wolfe, G. Noss, Y. Wentz, M. Eckert, J, Weir, M. Kauffman, E. Baughman, J. Richwine, H. Yost, S. Arnold, R. Crawford, W. Greason, R. Hopf, D. Harter G. Kaultreider, B. Grove, S. Grove, C. Smith, C. Trostle, J. Nesbit, J. Flohr, Y. Drawbaugh, B. Kurtz, R. Deordortt, N. Hess, D. Grove, L. Atland, S. Hill, R. Russell. 5th ROW-D. Geesey, D. Stambough J. llgenfritz, D. Updike, P. Taylor, B. Rohn, B. Rosenberger. 3rd ROW-J. Brown, E. Nailor, B. Bort- G. Harbold, R. Miller, J. Bentzel, R. Urich, K. Dick, E. Edgar, R. Wolfe, L. Myers. OFFICERS-'Ist ROW-G. Harbold, R. Kearns, B. Grove. 2nd ROW-C. Lehman, W. Eurich. ACTIVE JUNIORS ANTICIPATE '58 The 95 junior class members, who are nearing their long awaited goal, were housed in three home- rooms. Their main project of the year was the annual prom held in Hershey in May. Their Farmers' Day float, "Canadian Sunset," won them a first prize and much glory. 34 ln October they helped 'finance Farmers' Day by the sale of dill pickles. in January and February they held two skating parties. To this class, which will soon step into our place, we ot the class of '57 wish all success, health, and happiness. SOPHS ENTER SENIOR HIGH WHIRL An invitation to the Mummers' Parade in Phila- delphia! Although they could not accept, the sopho- mores were thrilled to be asked, it was their float, "Ice Goddess," second place winner in the Farmers' Day Parade, which earned them the invitation. March proved a busy month, with the "Soph- Ist ROW-Mrs. Armstrong, R. Harlacher, J. Frederick, S. Ditmer, S. Myers, R. Brough, D. Spahr, F. Harlacker, J. Anderson, J. Miller, C. Shatter, J. Yost, P. Dubbs, T. Anderson, T. Good, E. Harbold E. Newcomer, R. Keiter, J. Smith, L. Albl, J. Nell, A. Murray, L. Myers, L. Bistline. 2nd ROW- L. Klinedinst, H. Brown, A. Bair, K. Smith, L, Myers, G. Markel, G. Rider, D. Baker, H. Jones, J. Otto E. Speck, B. Hess, S. Wright, B. Spangler, C. Ward, M. Nelson, L. Snyder R, Stough, L, Hughes J. Brandt, N. Sherman, D. Freed, Mr. Getz. 3rd ROW-P. Bollinger, B. Scott, M. Kuhn, M. Arnold N. Gerber, C. Laird, C. Kellison. J. Smith, P. Myers, L. Todd, P. Walker, I. Jackson, B. Heighes omore Swing" on March 9, and, on March 27, a skat- ing party at Rainbow Rink. The money-raising proiect, selling felt iron-on letters, proved successful. The class of '59 looks forward with anticipation to its concluding chapters of Northern histor president, R. Slagle, treasurer. 2nd ROW-L. Cassidy historian, T. Good, secretary. Yohn, D. Weigle, R. Kirkland, B. Bressler, S. Brehm, J. Grissinger, L. Eshelman, B. Dellinger Diven. 4th ROW-B. Evans, G. Myers, M. Myers, J. Binner, N, Heighes, A. Giles, J. Farence King, R. Hellinger, H. Myers, K. Baker, L. Warehimes, G. Harlacher, W. Stump, E. Hoffman Harbold, J. Byers, R. Slagle, J. Brownawell, R. Gasswint, B. Miller. 5th ROW-M, Marshall V. Albert, G. Bair, D. Ruth, D. Rohn, R. Nicholson, V. Bordlemay, G. Glass, L. Cocklin, L. Cassidy Stum. QQ is tn' 4 to ' . , 'Az Vi da ' A ' . A V . , .. Q, . Y' Ist ROW-G. Harlacher, vice-president, L. Harbold FIRST ROW-Mr. Stough, K. Weir, W. Stambaugh, R. Powley, D. Albert, C. Kearns, M. Hertwick, C. Wentz, T. Harter, G. Gettys, R. Metzger, D. MacCluski, L. Miller, E. Brooks, M. Reisch, .l. Myers, M. Miller, L. Pettenman, J. Radford, E. Myers, C. Erford, R. Albert, J. Myers, D. Evans. SECOND ROW- R. Laughman, R. Henry, P. Cadwalder, D. Myers, R. Yeagy, L. Harlacker, W. Bishop, R. Wenger, T. Lucas, R. Harlacker, R. Stermer, T. Spotts, N. Butler, K. Markel, J. Lowery, J. Zimmers, A. Weigard, S. Alwine, E. Zeiders, C. Blanchard, Mr. Klotz. THIRD ROW-S. Moose, N. Wagner, F. Lindon, B. Richwine, E. Spangler, P. Hudson, J. Cromer, W. Fitting, M. Himes, G. Lemkelde, B. Philips, R. Fisher, R. Myers, C. Cook, J. King, E. Beck, W. Bentz, G. Leathery, E. Nell. FOURTH ROW-D. Lerew, J. Markel, L. Delp, K. Beamer, R. Yohe, C. Grosser, F. Karns, R. Albert. THE FRESHMEN ARE MAKING A GOOD BEGINNING The freshman class entered school in the fall of '56 with a new outlook on their academic life. This was the first year that they had a taste of new and different subiects, such as Latin, agriculture, and business subiects. They elected officers in the early part of the year and persued new activities such as skating parties, and o float and stand at Farmer's Day. Their float "Alas- kan Paradise" wasn't too successful at Dillsburg, but proved quite advan- tageous in neighboring parades. The 150 students in this class were housed in four homerooms with Mr. Russel Walter as their class adviser. ' P3 FIRST ROW-C. Hanford, L. Baughman, D. Shellenberger, D. Kaltreider, B. Myers, M. Coulson, P Groscott, L. Hollinger, M. Donner, J. Gochenaur, A. Slothower, B. Monmiller, M. Haverstock, R. Vaughn l. Smith, J. Koser, G. Yost, M. Orner, J. Lease, C. Hoffman, N. Kolivrcs, D. Kellison, J. Walton SECOND ROW-Mr. Nell, D. Haverstock, P. Berkheimer, B. Cromer, S. Mackey, R. Decker, R. Albert B. Boyd, R. Boker, M. Reed, B. Haines, P. Smith, R. Reynolds, S. Sterling, S. Moy, L. Sponsler, D King, S. Alwine, N. Slothower, J. Kimmel, C. Detter, S. Seiple, Mrs. Flickinger. THlRD ROW-S. Smith J. Henry, D. Stevens, C. Clark, D. Firestone, A. Schrade, D. Frick, M. Walton, M. Kimmel, G. Cook J. VanEvera, L. Weigle, R. Uhler, R. Spertzel, W. Bell, W. Stough, R. Shaier, H. Albright, W. Heikes M. Kelly. FOURTH ROW--D. Jones, M. Sterner, M. Henry, E. Updike, R. Grove, C. Stoll, L. Coble, R Myers, W. Shindel. 'lst ROW-Mr. Brenner, P. Yost, E. Trimmer, L. Gleixner, J. Deihl, R. Speck, B. Heikes, M. Reese, W. Koser, D. Myers, L. Walker, R. Watts, F. Wright, E. Wagner, R. Altland, M. Grim, K. Reese, D. Forrey, B. Kellison, G. Smith, R. Dunham, R. Lehmer, R. Nailor, B. Kellison. 2nd ROW-D. Dear- dorft, P. Speck, R. Shatter. J. Straver, L. Kitzmiller, T. Vaughn, D. Wise, P. Sprinkle, V. Spangler, J. Zinn, J. Fishel, L. Emig, R. Glass, R. Todd, C. Darr, P. lbaugh, B. Sheaffer, A. Bakenstoss, L. Baker, D. Arnold, J. Haversiock, R. Knisely, L. McCurdy. 3rd ROW-E. Bettinger, A. Jumper, K. Haines, M. Stump, D. Trimmer, R. Rider, D. Lake, C. Troup, D. Schmuck, C. Nell, C. Wagner, J. Rinehart, C. Eshleman, G. Sterner, L. Reed, G. Brehm, H. Kottcamp, K. Pifer. WE'RE OLD TIMERS NOW- ENTHUSIASTIC EIGHTH GRADERS GAIN EXPERIENCE As school opened this fall, l39 enthusiastic eighth graders returned to Northern, to win the title of the largest class in the school, topping even the newly arrived seventh graders. They were divided into tour homerooms under Mr. Clarence Musser, Mrs. Geraldine Weaver, Mr. Harold Brenner, and Miss Carlyn Burgard. Mrs. Anna Bolton was named class adviser. Following a well-prescribed curriculum, the students entered their second year of junior high English, social studies, science, and mathematics, with minor subjects being home economics, shop, and physical education. Many of their members participate in the band, and they responded enthusiastically to the newly-formed junior high chorus. Various other clubs claimed their activity periods. The class advanced its treasury status with a dance after a basketball game and the collection of 5.75 from each member as class dues. ""l' Meme? 'lst ROW-Miss Burgard, F. Nester, L. Danner, R. Bistline, J. Tuten, J. Erb, P. Deiner, B. Sponsler, S. Sealover, F. Zook, K. Lucas, J. Nell, M. Wonders, D. Staub, J. Nitchman, B. Lloyd, C. Fortney, N. Hudson, P. Dick, M. Spertzel, K. Nelson, R. Shambaugh, W. Boisvert, R. Hanford, T. Rife. 2nd ROW-L. Hess, S. Roberts, L. Nell, D. Cacklin, S. McCurdy, J. Dutrey, S. Williams, D. Weigle, N. Wagner, J. Smith, S. Sowers, L. Diller, B. Wenger, N. Urich, C. Fletcher, J. Trostle, J. Wine, K. Cromer, J. Paxton, S. Sfoyer, Mrs. Weaver. 3rd ROW--E. Bressler, A. Merovich, L. Trayer, C. Harbold, E. Austin, P. Miller, R. Spohr, L. Eichelberger, C. Strayer, W. Messner, F. Smith, J. Paxton, R. Albert, B. Myers, G. Seitz, R. Fenton, J. Morse, R. Gochenauer, R. Miller, D. Fry. 4th ROW -S. Yost, V. Dutrey, G. Biller, B. Sheafter, R. Shephard, A. Rider, D. Grove, W. Pitcher, J. Walker, R. Scott, G. Myers, D. Holtman, D. Witmer. Ist ROW-Sandra McCurdy, vice-president, Leon Hess, president, Danna Cocklin, secretary. 2nd ROW-Karen Cromer, historian, Lois Nell, treasurer. 39 FIRST ROW-Mr. Abplanalp, S Klineidenst. J. Cressler, D. Hess, D. Wagner, C. Shaffer, L. Wire, D. Brandt, M. Cook, B. Harbold, V. Weder, F. Merovich, C Spahr, W. Veder, F. Bishop, J. Nelson, F. Williams, M. Dahr, S. Myers, J. Taylor, F. Fissel, S. Kottcamp, K. Evans, L. Weigle, R. Ross, E Kunkle, D. Gross. SECOND ROW-R. Nelson, J. Sowers, C. Monmiller, P. Myers, C. Burns, R. Seiple E. Shape, G. May, R. Clauser, G. Emig, J. Bell, J. Myers, E. Chubb, W. Myers, G. Slough, A. Bentz, E. Cook, V. Wright, B. Pifer, D. Miller, Mrs. Bolton. THIRD ROW-J. Eggleston, C. Null, J. Hoover, B. Worl, K. Cassell, J. Smith, G. Cutlip, G. Strayer, P. Kirk, L. Chronister, P. Weir, R. Anderson, L. Miller, A. Laudenslager, C. Glodfelter, D. Markel, B. Slough. AT FIRST SEVENTH GRADERS ARE SO BEWILDERED September, l956, gave to our school a group of nearly l5O bewildered rooms, but also to the idea of dilTerent rules and regulations. They organized students, the seventh graders. Few of us could ever realize that we were in September and elected their class officers, guided by their class adviser, once so small. Not only did they become accustomed to the many ha'ls and Mr. Robert Watkins, Four homerooms were inhabited by these eager students. M... ..,.. .. Ei FIRST ROW-Mr. HOW, B. Sealover, E. Good, T. King, V. Clewell, D. Weigle, D. Long, C. Landis, R Harlacher, W. Knaub, E. Wehler. B.Conley, V. Albright, D. Rosenberger, B. Byers, C. Keller, B. Blake D. Miller, K. Myers, R. Elicker, R. McCurdy, G. Slolhower, C. Walker, L. Lehman, M. Mackey, D Staub, Mr. Watkins. SECOND ROW-J. Dorsey, S. Walker, S. Junkins, P. Lehman, R. Masemer, J Baker, J. Freed, A, Kimmel, E. Null, C. Slagel, D. Wiley, M. Urich, D. Walker, R. Wenger, J. Offo, B. Shank, L. Slough, E. Lemkelde, R. Baker, B. Greenheld, B. Richwine, B. Runk, P. Reed, C. Ditlow THIRD ROW-D. Franklin, K. Fireslone, D. Hoffman, D. Albert, G. Gochenaur, S. Erford, G. Ander son, R. Sites, L. Sherman, C. Smith, B. King, N. Rahn, G. Forlney, J. Hammond, L. Myers, H. Cullip J. Crisamore, K. Ilgenfrilz, G. Anderson, L. Alwine, J. Young. N. Longanecker. FOURTH ROW-L Kennedy, R. McClain, S. Stoner, T. Rahley. What class could this be? How busy they look! Remember thot old minstrel show? The striped shirt could only be Nicholson. 42 Hold on, Henry. Now which class do I have next? '- ' ' .1-J-.iw'fl!'Yf'4f'. ,:tTI-,.,.--,.VV-,. , ,,- -1-E-1-'1VrV--V. V-- '-"..- , f',. V, ., , -V-:QQ ' I V . -- --.-.-,.,..... I - ,.-1.211 '- ' -- , V2'.- .5 .jf ' ..-ff--:--gf -' " . 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V' 5 L I M I, I Img.-f 2' "7il1131f'fA. ' ' . . '.wgV.- fi' YQ' ' .,V-W5 V ' V V ' . x, .. ., . I r ' f ff' V" ' . f fa f ' lI"ff:'5Lgrll ' '1 ' ' V' ' ' . .Q I lf. .VV V- . V H : 'V . 3 "' M.. wx...--V- , .,,...f - - fl , ' - -M V g ' - . V 5, . . - -. g V. , . z .1 ' -- ' - , , . ' , ' ' ' 5 -',:-- N. - V I , A- ' I3-II:I,.,. ,. "nv-wg.. . -- II I I I , IIIIII III --. . , I, Vr V If Af -- "'V-. .. ' I . .dw-.I-I III, III I IW -'V """'---..,.--3 Two Judys, Carol, and escorts sport smiles on arrival ANNUAL PROM FULFILLS DREAMS On the cool evening of May l8, 1956, girls in their Cinderella-like formals and boys in white dinner jackets were seen drifting into the lobby of the Yorktowne Hotel in York, Pennsylvania. This was the long-anticipated, much dreamed about night for N.H.S. juniors and seniors-the annual prom was about to begin. The George Washington room looked the part for the occasion. Small round tables were covered with spotless white cloths, and pink roses and white candles graced the center of each. The wide shiny floor seemed ready to be the site of much dreamy, romantic dancing. One by one, the couples drifted in. They're still smiling, and no wonder, after the feast . . . and the fellows seem to know there's dancing to come r . A r s is 1 l l i. W.. .- . Q l-Vl, 1 'V f , ew sill - f C5 i ' Q' ii I lim t s..' X, ., 'Q iiighylr .1 .ns I' I si ' 'E . 1' , ' tit-s . E A W . 1 . gg A... We S' ro ...4 Five courses, no rush . . . cafeteria was never like this The faculty too can sit back and relax . . . for a change From 6:30 to 7:30 p.m., students, faculty members, and their guests dined by candlelight. This fabulous bill of fare was served by waiters dressed in green and white: fruit cup, baked Virginia ham with pineapple sauce, candied mashed sweet potatoes with marshmallow topping, peas, rolls and butter, coffee, tea, "" or milk, and apple pie. hw Mr. Smith made a few remarks, and then a professional photographer took pictures of individual couples. Signing the pink and white dance programs which s they found on their tables, everyone prepared for dancing to the music of the Will Fisher Orchestra. Some danced on the ballroom floor, where the big silver ball on the ceiling cast shimmering spots of light, and others preferred the balcony. At ten o'clock it was noted that some of the male guests were absent, for Sugar Ray Robinson was meeting Bobo Olson in a middleweight championship contest, but Sugar Ray obliged the waiting females by kayoing Bobo in an early round. At twelve o'clock the strains of "Goodnight, Sweetheart" ended the all- too-short dance, and the now completely starstruck teen-agers started home to dream about this magic evening of "Moonlight and Roses." And then, oh how we danced . . . and danced . . . and danced 'W-We ' Mr. DePinna poses-did we ever dream we'd see Ken thus? Does yo-all want me to bring the hot dogs now?" asks Donald. YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU A very successful production of the three-act comedy "You Can't Take lt With You," by George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart, was presented Friday and Saturday evenings, December 7 and 8, by the class of '57, in the school auditorium. The play involves the wacky Sycamore family and their various hobbies of ballet dancing, playwriting, darts, snakes, firecrackers, and many more. Grandpa Vanderhof, the head of the family, was portrayed by Glenn McKeever. Grandpa has long ago made his peace with everyone in the world fexcept the Internal Revenue Departmentl and he believes that everyone should relax and enjoy himself. His daughter, Penny, who was portrayed by Eileen Weigard, is the mother of the family, she became a playwright when a typewriter was accidentally delivered to the house some years before. Gay imbibes as Penelope watches: Grandpa seems undisturbed. 46 Mark King took the part of Penelope's hus- band, Paul, who manufactures Hreworks in the basement, and is aided by Mr. DePinna lKenneth Fortneyl, a bald-headed iceman who happened to come to the house one day and stayed. John Miller and Frances Drake portrayed a husband-wife role, Ed and Essie Carmichael, with Essie spending her time making "love-dreams" and ballet dancing, while Ed sells her candy, plays the xylophone, and operates the family printing press. The only normal member of the family, often embarrassed by her family's odd ways, is Alice. Alice, played by Diana Hudson, shares the roman- tic lead with Tony Kirby lRobert Myersl, an eager and promising young executive, whom she is en- gaged to marry. Alice is employed by Tony's father. Ronald Wallace portrayed an extremely temperamental Russian, Boris Kolenkhov, Essie's dancing teacher, while Carolyn Rebert played Gay Wellington, a drunken actress, and Tillie Slyder was a Russian Grand Duchess. Other key roles in this hilarious farce were assigned to Kay Smith and Arthur Rider as the Anthony Kirbys, Tony's stuffy, "high-hatted" par- ents, Judy Slothower, as the Sycamore's colored maid, Rheba, Tyrone Cutlip as the colored butler, Wayne Spahr as Henderson, from the Internal Revenue Department, and his assisting G-Men, Melvin Yoder, Ronald Stum, Gene Grace, and Jan Fee. The various committees, business manage- ment, ushers, advertising, stage crew, proper- ties, costumes, make-up, and prompters, the boys who willingly parked cars, and last but certainly not least, the capable director, Mrs. Virginia Zim- merman, and her assistant, Lenore Harbolcl, each played an important part in making the senior play a memorable event and proving to all who saw it, that positively-"You Can't Take It With You." Mrs. Kirby is shocked by the Sycamores' uncouth antics. All cast members are on stage at the play's climax. Ronald looks the part of the ec- centric Russian. 47 Q is 3 A' url 5 wma xxwxm l l l BANDFRONT MARCHES ON Consisfing of 2 banner corriers, 4 color guords, ond 6 moioreTTes, The bc1ndTronT is The mosT colorful pc1rT of The bond. The girls were carefully selecred by Mr. Richwine oT The sTc1rT of The school yeor. Procficing is done wiTh The bond during The regulcirly scheduled reheorsols, while seporolTe procTice is held on Thursdoys wiThouT The bond. The bondfronT is used only during TooTboll seoson, ond Thor is The only Time procTices ore scheduled. The girls in The bondfronf goT new purple ond whiTe uniforms oT The some Time The bond members received Theirs. This greorly odded To The bond's oppeoronce. STARDUST SERENADERS T For The TirsT Time This yeor, The Northern Donce Bond is o regulorly scheduled c1cTiviTy of NorThern, under The direcTion of insTrumenTc1l supervisor Chesfer L. Rich- wine. The moin purpose of The group is To give lighT enTerToinmenT Tor doncing, buT They olso ploy for oTher occosions. This yeor's TTrsT public performonce wos for The "Sample Fair" sponsored by The Women's Club in November. Also in November They ployed for The school open house porTy, "Autumn Leoves" sponsored by The Choir. In December They, olong wiTh The bond, ployed Tor The enTerToinmenT of potrons of The Hom Supper, Their spring oppeoronces included on "Open House" in April, boTh o junior high ond senior high ossembly in April, ond Alumni NighT in Moy. 49 CANDY -l- CAKE + PARTY Beautiful purple robes with white surplices are the pride of 45 members of the Northern High School Choir. Selling cake in the cafeteria at noon, and chocolate candy bars with roasted almonds covered with a wrapper featuring a picture of the school, and sponsoring the first open house, were proiects the group encountered, which helped them purchase their much anticipated treasures. The Choir, formerly known as the senior high mixed chorus, under the direction of Mrs. Lucille Steele, presented performances for assemblies on Thanks- giving, Christmas, Easter and other occasions. The group exchanged an assembly with Millerstown High School-Northern's choir for Millerstown's state champion- :NEW CHOIR GOWNS ship band. The Choir and their director put much hard work and concentration into this forty minute program. Entertaining the public at the annual Spring Festival and other events such as choral singing during the Christmas season were other protects of the Choir. Many compliments were given when the group made their first appearance in the Christmas program, "What Christmas Means," held in the high school auditorium Thursday evening, December 20, 1956. MUSIC + NORTHERN'S GIRLS-OH, WHAT CHARMS The music that floats from the music room every Monday and Wednesday last period is no more than the Girls' Choral Club of Northern High. The Girls' Choral Club participated in the Thanksgiving and Christmas assemblies given tor the students during school. On December 2Oth the choral club took part in the program "What Christ- mas Means." This program was presented in the evening for the benefit of the community and surrounding area. The Girls' Choral Club sang three numbers at the community Christmas Program, which was presented at the community building with other groups contributing something to the program. They also took part in the Spring Concert and helped with Commencement. The oflicers are: president, Sandra Elickerf vice-president, Patsy Keiter, secretary, Lynne Albl, treasurer, Charlotte Lehman. Judy Nesbit is the accompanist. JR. HIGH CHORUS This year, tor the first time, the Junior High Chorus is a regularly scheduled organization on the school cur- riculum. Under the direction of Mrs. Lucille Steele the voices ot the 55 members blend to bring forth harmony in both sacred and secular numbers. The student officers are: Eleanor Spangler, president, Mary Miller, secretary, Dorothy Stevens and Leon Hess, librarians. Carol Mills is the accompanist. The chorus made their first appearance ot the season in "What Christmas Means," our annual Christmas pro- gram. The chorus very ettecttully portrayed the joyous sound of bells. The chorus' spring activities were the spring fes- tival, an assembly program, and alumni night. BOYS' CHORUS Every Monday and Thursday during activity period, 23 boys from grades 9-I2 meet in the Northern High music room to rehearse under the direction ot Mrs. Lucille Steele. The year's newly organized Boys' Choral Club helped supply the entertainment at assemblies on Thanks- giving and Christmas. On Thanksgiving the boys sang "Hand Me Down My Walking Cane," "Shortnin' Bread," and "Over the River and Through the Woods." At the Christmas program "What Christmas Means" they enter- tained the audience with "The Boar's Head" and "Deck the Halls." The group holds much promise for important further development as a significant and important part ot our school's music department. FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA A highly important addition to Northernfs activities was made with the formation of the William C. Evans Chapter of the Future Teachers of America. The club is named after the school's former supervising principal, who retired in l955. Its Hrst aim is to help students decide if they are fitted for the profession, secondly, it hopes to help those who will enter teaching to better prepare themselves, and thus improve our nation's schools. Activities included the making of posters to encourage voters to vote for a Union School District, the presentation of an assembly dealing with education, and the hold- ing of a tea for the faculty. All members had the opportunity of observing a teacher in the classroom, and then conducting a class themselves. FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA Highlight of the year for the members of the Future Business Leaders of America Club was a trip to Shippensburg State Teachers' College in April for the annual business conference. Schools from all over Eastern Pennsylvania were represented at the meeting, which featured many discussion groups and speakers, as well as a tour of the college campus. Another field trip took the members to Harrisburg to tour the Bell Telephone Building. A guide showed the students how the Bell System operates and how all types of calls are made. Along the practical line, the members of the club have helped teachers with extra typing of tests and records. Several films on business topics have also been featured. 53 HEADLINES, DEADLINES, BYLINES-OH WHAT FUN The Purple and White, our school newspaper, came oft the press seven Times annually. lts statt consisted of the newly-established iournalism classes, which met Twice a week. Producing our school newspaper was not an easy task, but it was an enioy- able one. Deadlines had to be met, pictures had to be taken, interviews had to be made, and headlines had to be written, then came the wonderful day when the papers could be distributed. A glimpse of how a large newspaper is printed was a main feature of the staft's held trip to the Patriot News in Harrisburg, on February 4, l957. An added attraction to our paper this year was the Scholastic Roto, a photo- gravure section published by the National Scholastic Press Association, of which Northern is a member. The Purple and White is also enrolled in the Columbia Scholastic Press Association. The staff also writes a column for the Dillsburg Weekly Bulletin called Northern l-li-Lites. This contains news events and outstanding items from our school, and was prepared this year by Gale Alwine and Jim Richwine. William Eurich, assistant editor, also contributed articles about school events to the Harrisburg Patriot News. The editorial statt consisted ot Lenore Harbold, editor, William Eurich, assistant editor, Eileen Weigard and Tillie Slyder, feature writers, Gale Alwine, James Richwine, and Stanley Arnold, sports writers, Rosemary Eurich, circula- tion manager, and Shelvy Cromer, photographer. The remaining members ot the staff served as reporters and typists. They consisted of J. Bruaw, N. Schatter, N. Bonsell, D. Harbold, S. Eichelberger, J. McKeever, D. Hudson, L. Myers, R. Ham- mond, J. Flohr, J. Nesbit, J. llgenfritz, L. Dagnell, L. Davis, G. McKeever, C. Rebert, C. McClure, C. Mills, C. Trostle, J. Wetzel, M. Krone, C. Smith, and S. Sheeley. The statt was advised by Mrs. Barbara Taylor. STUDENT COUNCIL ENLARGES ACTIVITIES The Student Council has made tremendous strides during its second year as a school organization. Consisting of forty members and an adviser, Mr. Ivlusser, the council meets every Wednesday in the school library. Members are divided into several standing committees, which meet independently and report their suggestions and find- ings to the whole group. Any ideas students or faculty members would like the council to consider are also discussed. This year the council has published and Hnanced a student handbook. Among the regular functions of the group are the playing of records in the cafeteria, selling of refreshments at toot- ball, basketball, and baseball games, and maintenance of a pen- cil vending machine in the office. The council is a voice of student opinion and a vital part of our school. Ist ROW-J. Nell, treasurer, D. Hudson, secretary, J. Miller, president, J. Rich- wine, 'Ist vice-president, M. Miller, 2nd vice-president. 2nd ROW-B. Greenfield, L. Miller, J. Young, E. Shape. 3rd ROW-F, Smith, L. Baker, D. Cocklin, J. Zinn, Mr. Musser. 4th ROW-P. Berkheimer, S, Siple, P. Hudson, D. Evans. 5th ROW- B. Grove, J. Brandt, S. Wright, N. Sherman. 6th ROW-E. Heikes, V. Runk, J. Nesbit, J. Flohr. 7th ROW-S. Cromer, R. Myers, M. Hartman, M. Yoder, J. Slothower. NEW STYLE YEARBOOK CHCICE OF PANORAMA STAFF Y W, As a deadline approaches, the editorial staff is found working "overtime" at the paper-cluttered table While Diana Hudson looks over pictures, Judy Slothower and Judie Bruaw prepare the in Room 22. envelopes into which pictures and copy must go. Anyone who has suffered through those few days preceeding a yearbook deadline knows that putting out a yearbook is no simple task. The class of i957 was fortunate to have Judie Bruaw as our very competent editor. During the summer, the editorial staff met and decided on the revolutionary new panoramic styling of this book. After Judie and her two associate editors, Diana Hudson and Judy Slothower, planned the "dummy," the work really began. Circulation editor Carol Mills launched an effective sales campaign, and Tillie Slyder's staff canvassed local merchants for advertisements. Lenore Harbold supervised picture snapping, and Eileen Weigard's copy writers kept Carolyn Rebert and her fellow typists very busy. Our art editor, Glenn Mclieever, business manager, Harold Bentzel, and sports editors Gale Alwine and Jay Evans were also hard at work. Ancl last, but cer- tainly not least, was the patient guidance of our yearbook adviser, Mrs. Taylor. lt was sometimes difficult to cram all the good times of four active years into one book, but at last the work was over, and the staff heaved a sigh of relief. lt was a big job, but a satisfying and enjoyable one. 57 With much work still to be done, the staff takes time out for a "pretzel break TRI-HI-Y MEMBERS WORK Seeing a smile light up a crippled child's face is a very rewarding thing according to the girls in the Sr. Tri-hi-y. The club members presented favors to the children at the Elizabethtown Crippled Children's Hospital at Christmas. This project was started by the service comm and all the girls helped to fill stockings with candy and toys. The club is organized into five standing committees, service, program, social, devotional, and public relations. These capable leaders head the club: Eileen Weigard, president, Diana Hudson, vice-president, Donna Bentz, secretary, Joyce Flohr, treasurer, and Beverly Grove, chaplain. Mrs. Carol Badenhoop is the club adviser. 58 The Sr. Tri-hi-y meets every Thursday during activity period in room 24 and all meetings are opened with devotions. Three meetings a month usually are devoted to business and committee meetings with the fourth as a special program. These special pro- grams very often take the form of movies or panel discussions on teen-age problems. In March, the program committee sponsored a career clinic, inviting representatives from various professions to talk to the club members. Other yearly activities were Brotherhood week, favors for an old people's home, and an open house, which was sponsored by the social club. FOR CHRISTIAN CHARACTER The Jr. Tri-hi-y is one of the most active groups in the school. The purpose of the club is-to create, maintain, and extend throughout the home, school, and community, high standards of Christian character. This club has been living up to its purpose in many ways. There are 50 members in the Jr. Tri-hi-y with Mrs. Geraldine Weaver as their adviser. Their weekly meetings have consisted of films and speakers on various topics, discussions, and quizzes on etiquette and good grooming. Every girl who has a perfect attendance record will receive a pin at the end of the year. During the fall the iri-hi-y girls were busy getting all their talent together for the Variety Show they put on in an assembly. In December the girls sponsored the "Snowball Dance" which was a big success. At Christmas time the girls got together new and used clothing and sent it to a needy family in Kentucky. ln their spare time they have been trying to teach the Hi-y boys to dance. At Easter the girls made baskets for the needy, ln May they held their annual Mother and Daughter Banquet. 59 F. H. A. ENTERTAINS REGIONAL GROUP The senior high Future l-lornemakers of America are proud to have been hosts to the Regional C Conference, Subregion l, in the fall. About three hundred girls from Adams, Perry, Cumberland, and York Counties were present at the annual affair, which attempted to give chapters ideas and information. Other activities included a bake sale at Farmers' Day, a skating party, making favors for retarded children, helping with Farm Show demon- strations, and attending FHA workshops. The year will be rounded off with a trip to Penn State for the annual spring conference, and a combined party with the Future Farmers of America. FORTY GIRLS ARE LIBRARY CLUBBERS Along the lines of business, the members of the Library Club will be found each Monday morning in the library, discussing plans and doing work for Mr. Miller, librarian, who is well outnumbered by the forty-two girls in the group. Officers include Joan Kimmel, president, Louise Myers, vice-president, Marian Kimmel, secretary, and Leota Eshelman, treasurer. The club is also very recreation minded. They iourneyed to Hershey to see a hockey game December IQ, and sponsored an Open House at the school January 18. In the spring their activities included a skating party and a group party, which was begun last year as an annual event. FUTURE HOMEMAKERS, JUNIOR STYLE, SET GOALS The junior high counterparts ot the Senior FHA girls had a busy year, under the guidance ot Mrs. Goodfellow. One of the outstanding projects was the demonstration ot Swedish weaving at the Pennsylvania Farm Show last winter. The girls gave demonstrations of huck toweling, and showed napkins, place mats, and aprons they had made. Also on this year's agenda for the forty-one active and dependable girls were the selling of Pennsylvania FHA cook books, the presentation of an assembly to junior high students, and a party tor members and their guests. The group hopes to expand its present membership in the years to come. F. F. A. BOYS HAVE WON TOP HONORS The school term of l956-57, has been a very active and successful year for 45 members of the Northern High School FFA, under the faithful direction of their capable adviser, Mr. Harley Spoerlein. A huge display, "Grain Auger," along with other exhibits, and participating in the iudging of livestock were the pride of the club at the York Fair. The boys stole the show at the Farm Show where they again walked away with many prizes. The highlight of the year, the annual Dillsburg Farmers' Day, received 150 exhibits from the FFA. Money- making proiects of the club included a french-fry stand at Farmers' Day, selling Christmas cards and candy, having a roller skating party, and selling seeds. Among the many proiects that the club members participated in this year were the Chicken of Tomorrow Contest, two radio broadcasts over WORK, belonging to a dart baseball league, county field meet, attending training school where members were taught Parliamentary procedure, County FFA athletic meet, annual spring convention at Penn State, field trips to learn methods of farm- ing, planting 6,000 trees in the community, six members attending a Sears Swine Club banquet, and, last but not least, a party with FHA. The Northern High School FFA is the only chapter in Pennsylvania to entertain 500 farmers and businessmen with famous entertainment and delicious refreshments at the annual FFA and Farmers' Night. Lester Propst and Francis Myers, two senior members, won their Keystone Degree, which is the highest degree given in the state for active membership and outstanding project work. HUNTING AND FISHING INTEREST SPORTSMEN Hunting and fishing seem to be the major sporting interests of Northern's boys, according to interest and participation in the Sportsman's Club, which entered its second year on the roster on activities at the school. With Mr. Eugene Abplanalp as adviser, the club has thirty-tive members, mostly from the iunior high school. 63 Not limiting itself tothe highly favored sports mentioned above, the organi- zation discusses any sport in which the boys show interest. Some movies sparked this year's program, while a trip to the nearest fish hatchery is in the offing for the members. FIXIT CLUB A broken window sash, a damaged light cord or ironing cord, or a broken chair will be no problem to girls from Northern who were members of the newly-formed Fixit Club, for these simple maintenance problems, as well as others which could arise in the home, were solved by the club's members under the guidance of Mr. Harold E. Brenner, adviser. Officers were elected and business meetings conducted weekly. ln the process of learning to overcome simple maintenance problems, the girls learn the operation of the hand tools in the shop. Another interesting project tor this year was the making of waffle rugs. Plans for next year include an expanded program of activities for an even larger number ot girls. PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB The Photography Club was newly organized at Northern this year. In its first year, it has a membership of 22, and some had to be turned away, which indicated that the students at Northern are quite interested in photography. The club has renovated o small room in the shop into a darkroom, and much of the equipment necessary to develop negatives and prints has been added. The facilities are available now for students at Northern to do everything from taking the picture to the tinished print. Through proceeds from the magazine drive, our school purchased a new press camera. This camera is available for use by members of the Photography Club. Those who know how to take pictures can learn how to improve their pictures, and those who know nothing about photography can start from the beginning and learn how to make their own prints. HOBBY CLUB MEMBERS PLAN LEISURE ACTIVITIES Hobbies, hobbies, and more hobbies! The sixty girls, both junior and seri- ior high, who were members of the Hobby Club, demonstrated how limitless are the possibilities for leisure time activity, Witness a tew of their projects for the year-making friendship belts out of telt, making telt belts and suspenders, knitting scarves and headbands, making pocketbooks, pillow cov- ers, and beach coats. Reporters insist that these were only the most popular activities, and that various other individual proiects were undertaken. The curious may visit the girls, under the direction of Mrs. Jane Abplanalp, at one ot their weekly meetings in the home economics suite. The club also sponsored a iunior high assembly, at which movies were shown on the subiect "Howto Make Friends." Officers ot the iunior high section include Lois Nell, president, Faye Zook, vice-president, Charlotte Keller, secretary, and Carol Fortney, treasurer. In the senior high department, Darletta Kaltreider is president, Shirley Seiple is vice- president, Regina Reynolds is secretary, and Judy Taylor is treasurer. 65 WHY?" ASKS THE AERONAUTICS CLUB The iet engines have finally invaded Northern, and the results are amazing. Once a week, a group ot aviation enthusiasts, called the Aeronautics Club meets under the direction of Mr. Watkins. This newly formed organization is "Propelled" by these officers: President, Ronald Wallace, Vice President, Ronald Stum, Treasurer, William Bell, Sec- retary, Stanley Arnold. This year the group visited Olmstead Air Force Base at Middletown and received firsthand information on recent advances in the newest branch of National Defense. High spot of their visit was a tour of a C-24 plane. DRILL TEAM WINS THREE MAJOR PRIZES A unique and well-trained group at Northern, the Drill Team, won deserved recognition and honor this year by cop- ping three major prizes-first prizes at Dillsburg and Biglerville Halloween parades, and second prize at the Mechanicsburg Parade. With the prize money, the twenty-one members, who are chosen from grades 7 Through 12, bought liners for their white helmets and purple and white uniforms with capes. One of the biggest events of the year was the part played in the annual gym show, in which the team demonstrated its well-developed marching ability. The group hopes to perfect its style so that, in the near future, it may be ready to enter the national competition at Washington, D. C. Jim Richwine, a iunior, serves as drill master, while Elwood Sheaffer, physical education instructor, is supervisor. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Membership in the National Honor Society is one of the highest honors given here at Northern. Only a year old, the society includes fifteen percent of the senior class and ten percent of the junior class. To be elected, a candidate must be in the top third of his or her class. At a teachers' meeting in the spring the required number are chosen, by faculty and the students who are already members, on the basis of scholarship, leadership, character, and service. Installation takes place in a combined assembly. The Northern chapter meets once a month under the leadership of its officers: President-Diana Hudson, Vice-president-John Miller, Secretary-Judy Slowthower, and Treasurer-Harold Bentzel, and the advisor Mr. Nell. Since the club is basically an honorary society, its main activity was the planning of the installation ceremony for the new members, and the sponsorship of a tea for new members, parents, and faculty. 0 SCHOOL BEAUTIFUL CLUB The School Beautiful Club is a new organization in our school this year. The club is composed of eight enthusiastic girls under the supervision of Miss Irene Wright. The main purpose of the club is to make the school more beautiful. They place flowers around the school in the Spring and Fall of the year. They made cards for Valentine-'s Day. They also had St. Patrick's and Easter projects. Although the club was not too active this year, they did get a start which will establish a good founda- tion for future years. 68 AUDIO VISUAL AIDS CLUB STAGE CREW Who are The boys who carry The lecTern OFT The sTage so The assembly can commence, or adiusT The microphone To The speaker's pleasure? Who Takes care of The dirTy work when school plays roll around-seTTing up scenes, geTTing The sTage in order, and making properTies? Who can always be called upon To prepare The audiTorium for special evenTs? The STage Crew, of course. The nine hard-working boys who make up The crew meeT every acTiviTy period and any oTher period ThaT They have Tree, especially when There's work To be done. They are under The direction of Mr. KenneTh STough and sTudenT superviser Marlin HarTman. The boys need approximaTely Two weeks To prepare for a play, buT almosT every week They are aT work on some assembly or program. They noT only prepare properTies, buT also manage The lighTing and sound eTTecTs. Our haTs are oTT To These behind-The-scene heroes! The Audio Visual Aids Club is a service club wiTh a ToTal of TwenTy-seven junior and senior high sTudenTs. Under The guidance of Mr. Clarence Musser, The club aids Teachers in Their many Tasks Through The use of classroom aids To Teach- ing such as films, Tilmstrips, slides, and recordings. Members of The club, in addiTion To operaTing and caring for equipmenT, are given excellenT Training in,The sharing of responsibiliTies and are aTTorded an opporTuniTy To beneHT from The Teaching maTerials They proiecT. All members, aTTer a period of apprenTiceship, are required To have a Projec- TionisT License. They are also required To have cerTain oTher qualificaTions in order To operaTe such equipmenT as motion picture proiecTors, filmsTrip proiecTors, opaque proiecTors, Tape recorders, and record players. The Audio-Visual Aids Club is a member of The School ProiecTionisT Club of America and uses Their insTrucTional maTeriaIs in Training Tor The work of iTs mem- bers. ARMED FORCES CLUB FUTURE NATIONAL DEFENDERS The Armed Forces Club is an active group in its second year at Northern. Open to any junior or senior boy interested in the different branches of the service, the club meets in the agriculture room every Wednesday during activity period. This year the group comprises forty-five members, with Mr. Robert Habig as adviser. Representatives ot the various branches of the service have been present at meetings to point out the advantages and opportunities oltered by their particular branch. Movies ot actual warfare are shown to the boys as another means of acquainting them with the life they may one day lead. As a school proiect the club members take turns raising and lowering the school flag every morning and evening. IT TAKES BRAINS AS WELL AS BRAWN Football Club Movies of other high school, college, and professional teams, discussions of previous games, talks by coaches, and demonstrations are the major methods used by the Football Club to reach its goal-developing better football players at Northern. "Newness" seems to be the essence of the organization: lt is "newly" formed this year, with a "new" purpose, to help develop the "newest" of Northein's sports, interscholastic football. Meeting during the activity period each Friday, the club boasts 39 members. It is open to football players and all boys interested in football. The yearly pro- gram begins with the fundamental plays and formations, and as the year progresses, moves on to more difficult plays and procedures. ln the spring the boys play touch football, freshening up on plays to save time in August when practice begins. THE BEST THINGS HAPPEN WHILE YOU'RE DANCING Anyone who has venTured near The gym any Friday during acTiviTy period has seen The ArThur Nlurrays ol NorThern aT work. The large and popular Dance Club has Two obiecTives: To Teach non-dancers The useful social grace of dancing, and To make beTTer dancers ouT of Those who already know The fundamenTals. IT is rumored ThaT, in The process, They have loTs of Tun. Some of The dances which have been masTered lor aT leasT aTTempTedl are The rhumba, The fox TroT, The walTz, and The fine arT ol square dancing, which was demonsTraTed aT The annual gym show in March. Mr. Elwood Schaffer, insTrucTor, is aided by Bill Eurich, presidenT, Carolyn Rebe-rT, vice-presidenT, Carol SmiTh, secreTary, and Joan WeTzel, Treasurer. Highlight of The group's year was The FooTball Dance held OcTober 29, as a climax To Farmers' Day acTiviTies. VarsiTy Toofball players elecfed Diana Hudson, o senior, as TooTball queen To reign over The dance, and Connie TrosTle and Millie Krone, juniors, as her aTTendanTs. All Three girls rode in a con- verTible in The annual Farmers' Day parade. The club also earned money by sponsoring several dances in The lobby following Friday nighT home baskeTball games. STudenTs look forward To The Tun, exercise, and good fellowship provided by Friday's Dance Club. 72 G. A. A. PLUGS GOOD SPORTSMANSHIP Sixty girls gathered in one place usually lead to no particular good, but with Northern's Girls' Athletic Association, it's different! These healthy and active lasses ot the hockey field, the basketball and volleyball floors, and the softball tield are proud of the reputation they have earned-they have gained equal respect with the boys tor their accomplishments in various sports, and have brought home many victories and a tevv highly-treasured trophies to N. H.-S. Salesmanship is also among their abilities. This year they have sold school iackets, pennants, and caps. Miss Patricia Zimmerman, girls' coach, is adviser to the group, and the otticers include Gale Alvvine, president, Myra Austin, ,vice-president, Millie Krone, secretary, and Gloria Hughes, treasurer. Their meeting time is Tuesday, activity period. The club's avovved purpose is to create good sportsmanship and interest in sports among the girls, in which they have well succeeded. During hockey, basketball, and sottball seasons girls in the group explained the rules and regulations ot each game. ln March, they advertised the gym show by means ot a skit and a turn- bling act, performed by three ot the girls. 73 SCIENCE IS THE KEY T0 NEW DISCCVERIES The Science Club ot Northern is divided into two groups, One group is the Senior High Science Club and the other is the Junior High Science Club. The Junior High Science Club has a membership ot sixty or more. Mr. Watkins is the adviser and he is kept busy with this group of active boys. The club has seen many films on science subiects such as: the making of glass, the growth ot plont life, helicopters, and many more. The Senior High Science Club has less members than the other club. The two . members of the club are James Richwine and William Greason. Mr. Musser is the capable adviser. The boys have had a few projects during the past year on subiects relating to science. They have studied incendiaries and smokes for stage effects. They have had a chemical garden, helped Mr. Poxton with the minstrel show, and done an anolysis on blow pipes. Because of the limited membership the boys have been able to do anything about science that interests them. 6.1" 9 1s:"""'2 'Wm d5s..,::1 QE'---i' Wil' .ming i EQ!! aff iw. 4 4' - , , -e2if.m..,,. W' S' E " " ' . V .IZ i,-,-e-f:.-:1S-of-a-- ' , A" "" 'ir 1- ' F,-,f 1 E if 4 1' 1 4:53 ' ' L 5'i":'f-fq-.t fri'-der 3. , . . nw.:-an hir In - :gigs ,' 4e,0,.,..,ff-w'-1 l , Q KW GRIDIRCN SQUAD OPENS NEW SPORTS ERA This year a new era was opened in the history of Northern athletics as the Purple and White football squad took to the field in its first regular season. Displacing soccer, formerly the major fall sport, with a proud history of its own on Northern's fields, foot- ball soon won the support of school and community, and holds great promise for the years to come. Although it was a first for Northern, it was not entirely new to the community, for students' parents remember that, in 1931, Dillsburg High organized a football team, Because of their lack of experience, the boys played mostly junior varsity or second string teams, but, to fans and players alike, the full fledged excitement of football had begun. After losing the first game to Boil- ing Springs, the team came back to down Biglerville 20-6. A tight game with Susquenita saw North- ern victorious 7-O, and they then added a well-earned and proud victory as they swamped Enola 33-O. Running their win- ning streak to four, the boys beat Littles- town 12-O, in a benefit game for the team itself. which won five games and lost only one. ivlr. Arthur T. Kaup, present athletic direc- tor, coachecl the squad. However, soccer took over after several years. Last year football was inaugurated for iunior high only, thus forming a foundation on which to build. The 1956 team won one game and lost two. On August 2O,1956, practice began for the first senior high season, with Mr. Charles Hoff as head coach. Thirty-five boys com- prised the team, seven of them seniors. Cumberland Valley broke the winning streak by defeating Northern 18-O, and the remainder of the season proved rather drab, as the boys lost to Camp Hill 19-O, and to Shippensburg 13-7. But scores can be decep- tive, and the Purple and White team showed up well to the end of the season. The team has bright prospects for the future, since 80 per cent of its players will be back, with their experience showing! Helping to encourage them this fall will be a new set of bleachers on the athletic field. Fans, spirit, bleachers, and full-fledged schedule--how can they lose? 77 Boiling Springs Biglerville ..... Susquenita . .. Enola ...... Littlestown ........ Cumberland Valley Camp Hill ........ . Shippensburg .... Opponent .. 24 . 6 . O . 6 . O .. 18 .. 19 .. 13 NHS 6 Q0 7 33 12 O O 7 JUNIOR HIGH TEAM RECORDS FOUR WINS The faithful and highly-spirited iunior high football team ended the season with a record of tour wins and four losses-not a bad record in any book, and especially so when the facts are considered. The organization had only four boys, Gary Brehm, Jimmy Cromer, Phil Hudson, and Gary Gettys, with any previous experience at the game. Furthermore, Northern's eleven was out-sized and out-weighed by almost all ot the opposing teams. Never- theless, Mr. Eugene Abplanalp, head coach and first year teacher, and Mr. Quentin Getz, assistant coach, led the thirty-tive inexperienced boys on their squad to a very passable season. Considered the biggest victory of the season was the 6-O win over Cumberland Valley, one of Northern's keenest rivals. The coaches were also proud ot the 7-O count over Boiling Springs. Following is the i956 record: Camp Hill . . . Perry Joint .... Boiling Springs ... York Springs .... Cumberland Valley York Springs .... Littlestown ...... Mechanicsburg . .. Opp. 25 21 O O O f. pg. 21 21 NHS O I4 7 21 6 28 7 7 I i FIELD HOCKEY TEAMS WINS LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP The I956 girls' hockey team brought a first-time honor to Northern-they were the champions of the Lower Susquehanna League. Under the capable direc- tion of Miss Patricia Zimmerman, coaching for her first year, the team posted five wins and one tie, to take the title and win an attractive trophy, presented by Webb and Wolfe. Seven previous letter winners were included on the team, with Gloria Hughes, senior fullback, selected cap- tain by her fellow players. Gther seniors who won start- ing berths were Judie Bruaw, Bev Haverstock, Jean McKeever, Shirley Eichelberger, and Gale Alwine. A post-season activity was the annual hockey play- day, held this year at Central Dauphin, November I3th. With championship teams from Dauphin, Lancaster, and Lebanon Counties participating, Northern suffered its :only defeat of the season, to Elizabethtown, but man- aged to hold Shaefferstown, Donegal, and Greencastle to tie scores. Following the playday competitions, an all- star team and second all-star team were announced by a selection committee. Gloria Hughes was named to the 'first team, while places on the second squad were awarded to Judie Bruaw, Senior, Shirley Greenfield, iunior, and Lynn Albl, sophomore. Ruth Kirkland, sopho- more playing her first year as goalkeeper, received hon- orable mention. lt is hoped that succeeding years will bring more championships to Northern's lassies of the hockey field, but the girls of the I956 squad will remember that they were the first to bring home the trophy! Susquehanna .... Central Dauphin .. Camp Hill ....... Cumberland Valley Mechanicsburg . . . Enola .......... Opps. NHS I I O I O I I 2 ...O 2 .. ...I 2 VARSITY BASKETBALL: JUST WAIT UNTIL NEXT YEAR The boys' varsity basketball team met Highspire on December I4, but were routed at their first attempt in Lower Susquehanna Conference league play. The next two league games were also lost, but when the boys met the Alumni they won ol-40. The Varsity won the Faculty game 43-30 on January 3l. Northern defeated Hummelstown 54-46 in their last league game on Feb- ruary 22. The boys ended the season with a record of three wins and I5 losses in league play. The team consisted of four seniors and four juniors. The seniors on the team were Ronald Stum, Jay Evans, Harry Nailor, and John Miller, Emory Edgar was high scorer for the season with 178 points, while Jay Evans followed with 146. The thirteen boys on the iunior varsity squad, coached by Mr. Quentin Getz, played a preliminary game before each scheduled Varsity game. The boys lacked experience and height, and won only two games of the eighteen played. The games were won from Susquenita and New Cumberland. ln J. V. competition, Larry Klinedinst was high scorer with 273 points, and Don Ruth was second high scorer with 96 points. Opposite are the scores of both the Varsity and the J. V. games for the 1957 season. fill Opp. Opp. NHS 54 32 ... .. Highspire ..... .. 48 :il 39 4l ... .. Susquenita ...... ... 6l S0 60 45 ... .. New Cumberland ... .. 80 38 Alumni ......... ... 40 6l 53 33 ... .. Enola ......... .. 36 57 59 23 ... .. Susquehanna . .., 53 39 50 27 ... .. Camp Hill ....... ... 63 211 46 35 . .. . . West Shore ........ . . 59 55 46 28 ... .. Cumberland Valley .. ... 56 46 52 37 . .. . . Hummelstovvn ...... . . 40 44 58 45 ... .. Highspire ........ .. 65 37 58 5l ... .. Susquenita ...... .. 62 52 Northern Faculty .... .. 30 43 39 54 ... .. New Cumberland ... .. 67 40 70 36 ... . . Enola .,........ .. 56 36 44 34 ... .. Susquehanna ... .. 36 34 7l 38 .. Camp Hill ..... .... l Ol 3l 46 25 .. . . . West Shore ........ . . 59 55 52 22 ... .. Cumberland Valley .. .. 46 38 48 34 ... .. Hummelstown ...... ... 46 54 ABOVE: J.V. basketball team caught in a rare V? moment at rest, BELOW: Coach Sclwaelier gives Varsity players last minute structions att e out JR. HIGH BASKETBALL TEAM: FIVE WINS CHALKED UP The l956-57 iunior high basketball team consisted ot seventeen boys with Mr. HoFl as the boys' coach. The first game of the season was played with Ivlechanicsburg on January 8th. Northern lost this game 34-26, but came back to win the next two games from New Oxford and Boiling Springs. William Bentz with 92 points and Oary Oettys with 85 points were high scorers for the season. The team had Laverne and Dale Weigle as their capable managers, The season ended with five wins and seven losses. Follow- ing are the scores ot the games: lvlechanicsburg . Boiling Springs .. New Oxford .... York Springs ..... Cumberland Valley Big Spring ....... Sig Spring ... New Oxford .... Boiling Springs ... Ivlechanicsburg . . . York Springs ..... Cumberland Valley 82 Opp. 34 21 34 52 29 . ...2l 22 22 . ...24 .48 .l8 .51 NHS 26 25 38 48 28 l6 18 32 32 I7 24 26 GIRL'S BASKETBALL TEAM RECQRDS THREE WINS The girls' basketball team with Miss Patricia Zimmerman as coach, started practice in the middle ot December. Four seniors, Lenore Harbold, Shelvy Cro- mer, Gloria Hughes, and Gale Alwine, played varsity. Gloria and Gale were elected co-captains by the team. The girls' first game was played at Susquenita on January llth. The game ended in a tie, but in the over-time period, Northern lost, The next tour games were also close and well-played, but were lost by Northern. Finally the girls hit a winning streak and won their last three games. The .l.V. team had a record of 5 wins and 3 losses. Following are the scores of the varsity games: Susquenita ..... Cumberland Valley Mechanicsburg . . Camp Hill ...... Cumberland Valley Mechanicsburg . . Susquenita ..... Camp Hill . . . 83 Opp. 42 37 53 53 45 27 32 60 NHS 40 33 41 38 36 36 33 62 The T956 baseball Team goT oTT To a slow sTarT by losing Their firsT game To Camp Hill T8-3. ATTer coach l-labig gave The boys a good pep Talk The Team came back and beaT Boiling Springs 20-l3. The Team had a record of Three wins and Tour losses for The year. The Team was composed of abouT ThirTy boys, who worked hard and gave Their besT. There were Three seniors on The sTarTing Team. In The middle of March The candidaTes Tor The T957 baslceball Team sTarTed pracTice. We have someThing new aT NorThern This year. ln addiTion To The senior high baseball Team we now have a iunior high baseball Team, which is planning To climb To The Top and be ready To sTep inTo The senior high baseball Team's shoes. DOUBLE PLAY: SENIOR AND JUNIOR HIGH BASEBALL Camp Hill ..... Boiling Springs Biglerville ..... EasT Berlin ....... Boiling Springs Cumberland Valley Cumberland Valley Opp. NHS I8 3 T3 20 IO 6 2 4 7 6 3 I 'Q 4 95 c 6 ,s.. .. SOFTBALL TEAM HAS SUCCESSFUL SEASON The T956 girls' sofTball Team sTarTed pracTicing aT The end of March. Mr. Boyd Thomas was The girls' coach. Seniors on The Team included Roxie Diller, Doris Markle, Carol Arnsberger, Mary Lefeever, and Barbara Hoopes. The HrsT game was played wiTh CenTral Dauphin on April l2. The game was close buT NorThern los'r by one poinT. NorThern deTeaTed The oTher Teams They meT buT were deTeaTed in a reTurn game wiTh CenTral Dauphin. The girls had a record of five wins and Two losses. Following are The scores of The games: 85 CenTral Dauphin WesT Shore ... Mechanicsburg CenTral Dauphin WesT Shore . . . Ivlechanicsburg John Harris Opp .. .... TO . .... li ...l9 .. ...T8 . T5 i5 .. 7 NHS 9 T3 25 5 Qi 22 i4 SEVENTEEN FLEET-FOOTED BOYS ON '56 TRACK TEAM The i956 track and field team was coached by Mr. SchaFler and had seventeen participating boys. in order to win a letter for track, a boy has to break a school record or score more than three points in a season. In track, five points are given to a first place winner, three to a second place winner, and one to a third place winner. During the i956 season Jay Evans and John Miller were high scorers on the team with each contributing 23 points. Thirteen varsity letters were given. .lay Evans broke his own school records, set the previous year, in the lOO yard dash and the 220 yard dash. Likewise, John Miller broke his own records for the mile run and the half mile run. Northern had a triangular meet with East Berlin and Spring Grove in May. Northern placed second with 43 points while Spring Grove won with 49 points and East Berlin had i4 points. In a meet with Susquehannock in May, Northern was beaten 46 115 to 42 l!5. The York County Track and Field Meet was held on May 4. This meet was open to all Class B. schools in York County, and Northern's boys participated. 86 LOTS OF PEP, LOTS OF FIGHT, EAT'EM UP PURPLE 8. WHITE . . . The 1956-57 cheerleading squad con- sisted of ten faithful and peppy girls un- der the direction of Mrs. Virginia Zimmer- man. Two sophomores, four iuniors, and four seniors made up the group. Judy Slothower, an energetic senior, was head cheerleader. The squad was chosen by a group of teachers in early September. The cheerleaders were decked out in new purple felt skirts and white sweaters. They marched in the band front for the Farmers' Day Parade and other parades. On dilferent occasions the girls had charge of pep rallies in the gym or the auditorium. They were found at all football and basket- ball games and were constantly search- ing for new and difterent cheers. Some of their new cheers included "Purple and White," "Fight Song Yell," "Give Me an N," "The Team was in a Huddle," and Polar Clubs Thaw Out Northern High School's Victory Pow-wow Sittin' On A Grandstand Nancy Shaffer. Millie Krone, Bev Grove, Shirley Grove, and Joyce Flohr were picked from the junior class, while Loreen Myers and Patsy Divens represented the soph- omore class. A iunior high cheerleading squad was chosen by the senior high cheerleaders and a small group of teachers to cheer at the J.V. basketball games. The Junior high cheerleaders are Marian Kimmel, Elaine Zeiders, Joy Paxton, Jemmy Lou Smith, and Amber Kimmel. Joy Paxton, an eighth grader, was chosen as head cheerleader. The girls worked out new routines to the old cheers and used new ones. Northern War Chant." Seniors on the squad were Judy Sloth- ower, Shelvy Cromer, Fran Drake, and n -'V' M if-. . fvf., , J ,,:, 47fff,ZRV' - if I . xi'- wcz, h W mm . , 5 . ff 4 5 www-..: ' .gi f LES ii GALE L. ALVVINE-Band 2,3,4, Intramurals 2,3,4, Hockey 2,3,4, Volleyball 2, Softball 2,3,4, Track 2,3, Tri-Hi-Y 3, Purple 81 White 4, Panorama 4, GAA 2,3,4, Ipresm, Dance Club 2,3, Future Teachers Club 4, Ivice-presidenti. VINCENT ARBOGAST-Audio Visual Aids 3,4, FFA 4, Panorama 4, Intramurals 2,3,4, Bowling 3, Armed Forces Club 3,4. SENIOR DIRECTORY HAROLD R. BENTZELeDebating Club 3,4, Proiectionist 2, Audio Visual Aids 4 Ipresidentl, Class Treas. 3, Vice-Pres. 4, Panorama 4, National Honor Society 3,4, Itreas, Student Council 4. NANCY LEE BONSELL-Hockey 2,3,4, Volleyball 2, Soft- ball 2, Intramurals 2,3,4, FHA 2,3, GAA 2,3,4, Tri-Hi-Y 3,4, Panorama 4, Purple 8 White 4, Fixit Club 4. 90 .IUDITH ANN BRUAW-Volleybcll 2, Softball 2, Field Hockey 2,3,4, Choir 3,4, Girls' Chorus 2,3, GAA 2,3,4, Intramurals 2,3, Purple 81 White 4, Panorama 4, National Honor Soc- iety, Editor-in-Chief-Panorama. PAULA CARPENTER-Fix-it Club 4, Dance Club 3. LOWELL CASSELL-Soccer 2,3, Intramurals 2,3,4, Football 45 Football Club 45 Armed Forces Club 3,45 Dance Club 35 Mixed Chorus 45 Panormam 4. LOIS CLARK-Library Club 4. Sl-IELVY CROMER-Dance Club 2,3,45 Choir 45 Intramurals l,2,35 GAA 2,3,45 Chorus 2,3,45 Cheerleader 45 Basketball 2,3,45 Purple and White 2,3,45 Panorama 45 Band 35 Bowl- ing 3. TYRONE CUTLIP--Soccer 2,35 Basketball 2,35 FFA 2,3,45 Football 45 Armed Forces Club 3,45 Senior Play 45 Intra- murals 2,3,45 Baseball 2,4. FRANCES D. DRAKE-Library 45 Dance Club 3,45 GAA 2,3, 45 Photography 45 Future Business Leaders ot America 45 Mixed Chorus 3,45 Girls Chorus 2,35 Cheerleader 4. SHIRLEY ANN EICHELBERGER-FHA 2,3, lpres.l 4, lVice- pres.l5 Intramurals 2,3,45 Tri-Hi-Y 35 Panorama 45 GAA 3,45 Purple 81 White 45 Softball 2,45 Future Business Leaders ot America 45 Hockey 3,45 National Honor Society 4. SAUNDRA LEE ELlCKERfPurpIe 84 White 3,45 Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,45 Panorama 45 Girls' Choral Club 3,45 Future Business Leaders of America 4, tpresidentj. GARY LEE ERB-Bowling Club 25 Stag Crew 3,45 Armed Force Club 35 Ping Pong Intramurals. ROSEMARY LOUISE EURICH-Volleyball 25 Guts' Chorus 2, 35 Choir 3,45 GAA 2,3,45 Purple 81 White 3,45 Dance Club 2,35 Panorama 45 Photography Club 45 Intramurals 2,3,45 Future Teachers ot America 45 National Honor Society 4. JAY WILEY EVANS-Soccer 2,35 Fpotball 45 Basketball 2,3, 45 Track 2,3,45 Panorama 45 Future Teachers of America 45 Mixed Chorus 2,3,45 Dance Club 2,35 Football Club 45 Base- ball 2,3,45 Senior Hi-Y 2,3, lChapIainI. JAN FEE-Stage Crew 35 Audio Visual Aids 4. PHYLLIS FIRESTONE-Library Club 3,45 Tri-Hi-Y 45 Future Business Leaders of America 4. KENNETH FORTNEY-Football Club 45 Armed Forces 3,45 Audio Visual Aids, Secretory 45 FFA Secretary 2,3,45 Intra- murals 3,4. GENE GRACE-Senior Play 4. HAROLD MARK HAAR-Future Farmers of America 2,3,4. ROSALIE HAMMOND-FHA 2,3,45 Fix-it 4. DONNA MAE HARBOLD4GirIs' Choral Club 2,35 Choir 45 GAA 3,45 Hockey 35 Intramurals 35 Basketball 35 FHA 2,3,4, Sr. Tri-Hi-Y 3,45 Dance Club 3,45 Fix-it Club 45 Purple 81 White 3,45 Panorama 45 Sottball 3. LENORE MAE HARBOLD-Girls' Chorus 2,3, laccompanistb Choir 3,4 laccompianistl5 Softball 2,3,45 Dance Band 35 Tri-Hi-Y 3,4 IChaplain 315 Purple 81 White 2,3,45 lEditar 4i5 Panorama 45 National Honor Society 3,45 Photography Edi- tor5 FTA 4 lpres.l5 Photography Club 45 Dance Club 35 GAA 2,35 Intramurals 2,3,45 Basketball 3,4. MARLIN N. HARTMAN-Student Council 45 Stage Crew 2, 3,45 Armed Forces Club 35 Dance Club 2. BEVERLY HAVERSTOCK-Hockey 2,3,45 Volleyball 25 Soft- ball 2, Basketball 2,35 FHA 2,3,45 GAA 2.3.4, Fix-it Club 45 Dance Club 45 Track 25 Band tmaiorettei 3. SHIRLEY M. HOFFMAN-Girls Choral Club 2,3,45 Fix-it Club 45 Dance Club 2. 5 DIANA L. HUDSON-Intramurals 2,35 Student Council 3,45 Tri-Hi-Y 3,45 Purple 84 White 2,3,45 Panorama 45 Class Histo- 91 rian 2,3,45 GAA 2,35 Senior Play 45 National Honor Society 3,45 FTA 45 Dance Club 2,3,45 Art Club 2. PATSY KEITER-Softball 25 Volleyball 25 Girls' Choral Club 3,45 Library Club 35 Tri-Hi-Y 45 Dance Club 45 Panorama 45 Purple St White 4. JOAN VIRGINIA KlNIMELfFFIA 35 Library Club President 3,45 Sr. Tri-Hi-Y 45 Girls' Choral Club 4. MARK LLOYD FRANCIS KING-Football Club 45 Armed Force Club, iPres. 3,4', FFA Treas. 2,3,45 Soccer 2,35 Football Manager 45 Baseball 2,35 Intramurals. CHARLES KNAUB-Stage Crew 45 Intramurals 2,3,45 Basket- ball 2,35 Track 3. GLENN LEREW-Baseball 3. CAROLYN McCLURE-Volleyball 25 Girls' Chorus 2,35 GAA 2,3,45 Chair 2,35 Panorama 45 FTA 25 Purple and White 3,45 Intramurals 2,3,4. JANET MCCURDY-Girls' Chorus 25 Choral Club 25 FHA 2,3,45 Fix-it Club 45 Track 2. GLENN McKEEVER-Dramatics 3,45 Choir 2,3,45 Band 3,45 Purple and White 3,45 Debating 2,35 Pres. Art Club 25 Class Pres. 35 Panorama 45 County Orchestra 3,4, JEAN McKEEVEReHocky 2,3,45 Intramurals 2,3,45 Basket- ball 45 Softball 3,45 GAA 2,3,45 FHA 2,35 Tri-Hi-Y 45 Library Club 4. JOHN MILLER-Soccer 2,35 Choir 2,3,45 Basketball 2,3,45 Dance Club 2,3,45 Track 2,3,45 Student Council 2,3, lPres.I5 Baseball 35 National Honor Society 3,45 Dramatics 2,45 Band 2,3,45 Class Pres 2: Debating Club 2,35 Dance Band 45 Panorama 45 County Chorus 35 Hi-Y 2. ROY MILLER-FFA 4, Armed Forces Club 4, Dance Club 4, Panorama 4. CAROL LEE MILLS-Dance Band 3,4, Mixed Chorus 2,3, Pres., Girls Chorus 2,3, Band 2,3,4, Tri-Hi-Y 3,42 PGHOVGVHO 4, Cir-culatior ifgfqge-', Psrcle and Vtfhite 2,3,4, Dance Club 3, Jr. Htyh Cr:-ps I-:conpanist 4, National Honor Society 4. FRANCIS MYERS-FFA 2,3, Chaplain 4, Presidenti, Armed Forces Club 3.4, Student Council 4, Intramurals 2,3,4 LOUISE MYERSfLlbrary Club 3,4, FBLA 4, Purple 81 White 4, Panorama 4. ROBERT MYERS-Football Club 4, FFA 2,3,4, Chaplain, Armed Forces Club 3,4, Secretary, Student Council 4, Boys' Chorus 4, Football 4, Intramurals. SHIRLEY MYERS-Girls' Chorus 2, Choral Club 4, FHA 2, 3,4, Fix-it Club 4. HARRY NAILOR-Track 2,3, Soccer 3, Football Club 4, Armed Forces Club 4, Bowling Club 3,4, Football 4. LESTER PROPSTelntramuraIs 2,3,4, FFA 2,3, iReporter 4, Vice-President, Armed Forces Club 3,4, Panorama 4, Purple and White 3. CAROLYN REBERT-Basketball 2,3, Volleyball 2,3, Softball 2,3, GAA 3,4, Dance Club 2,3,4, Intramurals 2,3,4, Purple and White 2,3,4, Panorama 4, Bowling 3, Photography Club 4, FBLA 4, Girl's Chorus 2,3, Mixed Chorus 4, Senior Play. ARTHUR RIDER-Baseball 2,3,4, Soccer 2,3, Basketball 2, Dance Club 2,3, Intramurals 3,4, Armed Forces 4, Mixed Chorus 2,3,4. NANCY SCHAFFER-Library Club 4, GAA 3,4, Photography Club 4, Mixed Chorus 4, Girls Chorus 2,3, Future Business Leaders of America 4, Cheerleading 4, Volleyball 2,3, Dance Club 3,4, Purple and White 3,4, Panorama 4. DONALD SCHRADE-Bowling Club 2, Stage Crew 2,3,4, Radio Club 3, Ping Pong Intramurals 4, JUDY M, SLOTHOWER-Cheerleading 2,3,4, National Honor Society 3,4, Student Council 3,4, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Dance Club 2,3, Varsity Softball 3,4, Girls Chorus 2,3, Mixed Chorus 3, Choir 4, Senior Play 4, School Play 3, Panorama 4. JUDY SLOUGH-Intramurals 2, Library Club 3, Girls Choral Club 3,4, Dance Club 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Purple and White 4, Panorama 4, Band 3, lMaiorettel. MATILDA SLYDERfDance Club 2,3, Photography Club 4, Intramurals 3, Purple and White 4, Panorama 4. NANCY MAE SMITH-FHA 2,3,4, Fix-it Club 4, Girls' Choral Club 2. WILLA KAY SMITH-Girls' Chorus 3, Choir 4, Panorama 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Future Teachers ot America 4, Senior Play 4. WAYNE E. SPAHR-Intramurals 2,3, Armed Forces Club 3, 4, Panorama 4, Mixed Chorus 4, Football 4, Football 4, Senior Play 4. JUNE C. SOWERS---Girls' Chorus 2,3,4, Dance Club 2, Panorama 4. E. DANIEL STAUB-Soccer 2,3, Armed Forces Club 3, Sr. Hi-Y 2. PATSY L. STlFFLEReDance Club 2,3, FBLA 4, GAA 3,4, Girls Chorus 3, Intramurals 2,3,4, Library Club 3,4, Pano- rama 4, Purple and White 3,4, Photo Club 3, Sr. Tri-Hi-Y 2. 92 RONALD LEE STUM-Basketball 2,3,4, Baseball 3,4, Foot- ball 4, Choir 4, Photobraphy Club 4, Football Club 4, Armed Forces 3, Drill Team 3, Audio Visual Aids 4, Aeronautics Club 4, Dance Club 2,3, Panorama 4. LLOYD E. TRUMP, Jr.-Bowling Club 2,3, Armed Forces Club 3, Track 3,4, Baseball 4. GLENN WAGNER-Band 3,4, Boys Chorus 4, FFA 2,3,4, Armed Forces Club 3,4. RONALD LEE WALLACE-Mixed Chorus 2,3,4, Radio Club 2,3, Hobby Club 2,3, Aeronautics 4, Armed Forces Club 3,4, Debating 2, Dance Club 4, Panorama 4, Dramatics 3,4, Jr. Hi-Y 2, Band 2,3. MARY L. WALKER-Homemaker Club 2, Fix-it Club 4, Dance Club 4. EILEEN WEIGARD-Senior Tri-Hi-Y lPresident 3,4,? Library Club, IPresident 3I, Choir 4, Girls' Chorus 2,3, National Honor Society 3,4, Purple and White 2,3,4, Panorama 4, Class Vice,President 3, Class President 4, School Play 2, Senior Play 4, School Play 4. JAY A. WILLIS-Bowling Club 3, Armed Forces Club 4. MELVIN L. YODERA-Radio Club 2,3, Student Council 3,4, National Honor Society 3,4, Stage Crew 2,3,4, Audio-Visual Aids 3,4, Class Treasurer 2, Choir 4. DALE L. ZEIDERS-Drill Team 3,4, Class Secrtary 3, Armed Forces 3,4, Panorama 4. EARL EUGENE ZEIGLER- Armed Forces Club 3, Dance Club 3, Band 4, Choir 2,4, 'is- ' --' Ve...w,,, .- f Q ., A' 3 '5 V -L -51, me ,,. , X N I A. gf 4 :HI I,.,:I3,II I l ,I - . Q 7' -' -RRI V'ii'4Vfi .'3VFQ.s,.Vf' T715--j,'3Qff1,ii.V.,-gp,-.3 . - i ,,' . ' QIQ' 'V'1'--,,-:- .x . V59 It 'H x-'FQ' id? 1.11, 'gs ' 'YI-' 'E 1. 7 VVY- 7 - .1 - gf QgL411.I.. Xg. .".I ' ,inf x. -9 W. 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'V 5 ff -V 1 liiimrw ' 3.55 VVV,-V-.a.V.g,sgVVg:g3,-., Q- 2, - , , Arg-.133 '-,511--Q, V , I!- . .. .,,,, I,.,,.,,5IIIII.:f.-s.s5Xi..pI5f,,.5f:j,I,5I.,.:,. f x,,.- H -.IIIV.??I,I.i3..,?, 5.1 V J., .,.,, I fhg MI JV? V I 4. ., .. V. . If I .u ' -f:.x-V..-su?" V W, IIIIIQ. , II E PATRONS LESTER w. ERB HOHl1'ldl'l'S General Sf0l'9 Texaco Heating Oils Jane Bushey Printed Meter Receipts Mrs. John V. Miller Phone P063277 John P. Wallace Mechanicsburg Pennsylvania Dick Spots Union Emblem Co. U. S. Route 15 Dillsburg, Pennsylvania MR 81 MRS. JOHN C. BAKER Owners and Managers Sinclair Fuel Oil is so different, itis patented! For only Sinclair Fuel All Oil contains RD-119, the special anti-rust chemical ingrredient. Every gallon of Sinclair Patented Anti-Rust Fuel Oil is of uniform high quality and contains maximum heat units for economical, effi- cient and trouble-free operation, right through Winter. You'll enjoy clean, dependable heat at no extra cost! , 1 u E Cl I. I Wlih RD-119' So Diffefen! ll"S Paltnfid C M. E. SHILLITO Your Sinclair Supplier in this Area Dillsburg, Pa. P11036 2762 Compliments of Your Dist. You Too Will Like Our Products 81 Service WAYNE H. BISHOP Mechanicsburg P0 6-9681 Dillsburg 3023 WRIGHTSTONE, INC. Carlisle, Pennsylvania Farmall Tractors McCormick Farm Equipment Sales 81 Service Phone Carlisle 2325 SHUMAKER'S ATLANTIC 24- Hr. Road Service Firestone Tires SI Accessories Washing, Lubrication 81 Automotive Repairing Phone 3693 Day Night 2053 HARLACHER'S JEWELER-GIFT SHOP Bulova-Hamilton Longines-Wittnaur Watches Keepsake Diamond Rings Phone 3031 Dillsburg, Pennsylvania Compliments 6 of THE DILLSBURG NATIONAL BANK 9 R 'Y alll, Q . 5, .15 Dillsburg - 'aqh fe ,Q Pennsylvania I I hun f'?EEPf'ff.f"' ' Q '?'T15yvv-fl: - , . I 5 MCCLURE AND WAGNER Home Dressed Meats DALE TROSTLE L. B. Groceries - Frozen Foods Mason Contractor Ph PO 6-3212 Camp Hill Pennsylvania on Phone 2976 132 East Main Street Dillsburg Pennsylvaniz Mechanicsburg Pennsylvania DlTZLER'S Furniture 81 Appliance Store Frigidaire Appliances Best Wishes LEREW'S FRUIT FARM Fresh Fruit in Season . . f Kroehler Sz Taylor Living Rooms mm Peaches - Apples - Pears Philco and Admiral T.V. W. H. Raspberries - Cherries Youngstown Kitchens Tappan Gas Ranges CQ, Phone 3609 Bottled Gas St Service U Dlllsburg Pennsylvani Road 2, York Springs, Pennsylvania R. D. 42 EASTERN STATES Phone 2098 Compliments of LEHMER'S South Baltimore Street Dillsburg Pennsylvania FARMER'S EXCHANGE Representative CHARLES A. GROVE Phone 3329 fRes.J Phone 3272 lW'arehousel Dillsburg Pennsylvania MOX'S NEW AND USED CARS "EVERY CAR ON THE ROAD IS A USED CARH E. E. GOCHNAUER, Proprietor Dillsburg, Pa Best Wishes WILLIAMS GROVE PARK and SPEEDWAY Compliments of W. E. FISHER AND SON Lumber-Paint-Hardware-Building Supplies Phone 3707 Dillsburg Pennsylvania HEMPT BROTHERS Crushed Stone-Sand-Transit Mixed Concrete Asphalt Paving Materials-Street and Driveway Construction Excavation-Drainage-Paving 'Phone fHarrisburgj .RE 7-34-11 Camp Hill Pennsylvania NELL'S RESTAURANT , .55-':-.g l .1 -:gg 'M E' 3:-:-. ..::,g:---:-.-.h fy : 5 ' f' First Aid Helps School Supplies Stationery Shaeifer Pens Wallets-Cosmetics Whitman Chocolates Film-Cameras 62 Parties eff Catering u Developing Banquets 1- Serving blu r ? -.fix " 0 KRALUS Ice Cream for All Occasions ji ' ' ' , Dillsburg Phone 3101 ii u , V ' L '-"ii N A May Graduation Be the Key That Unlocks the Doorway to Success J. H. REARICK AND SON Dillshurg Pennsylvania L. J. AND F. M. KAMPEL AND SON Dillsburg M f HARBOI.D'S GARAGE anu acturer of Sinks Booths Ford Sales and Servace Counters Chairs Tables Stools In 4 TI1ere's a f your futlire! - 1 .X Y l nr. KINTER AND GROVE, INC. "Your Progressive Feed Mill" Dillsburg, R.D. :f,'l:3 Phone 3851 "K and G Feeds" Dillsburg Pennsylvania I VELMA I. COULSON NOTARY PUBLIC KEEFER'S A-G MARKET ECKEI.'S ELECTRIC STORE Hometown Services Insurance Agency Westinghouse Appliances at Ironrite homers Super Market Prices All Kinds of Insurance . Phone PO 6-4914 Phone P0 6-4422 Phone 4611 Dlllshurg Bowmansdale Pennsylvania Grantham PCHHSYIV-wil l DONSON'S GARAGE Compliments C 1, General Repair Work Omp lmems of Batteries and Tires Of Phone P0 6-5092 JONES FOOD MARKET HUNTER'S STORE Located at R.D. 11:3 Dillsburg Pennsylvania 1 Compliments BILLET s Gnocenv C U ompliments Groceries and Luncheon Meats of of ' Serving the Community for , CHARLES u. BENTZEL s 21 Years SPOERLEIWS FRUIT FARM Phone P0 6.3671 Women's Sl Children's Shop Growers of Fine Quality Siddonsburg Pennsylvania Dillsburg Pennsylvani FRUITS Phone 2567 NESTER'S TEXACO SERVICE "When Tires are Flat, And Spirits Low, Come to Nester's Texaco Dillsburg C bl' Ca ' W k V 8 mg my of HARBoLD's Esso SERVICE STATION Pruning Feeding G. A. MYERS TREE SURGERY 81 LANDSCAPING Phone 2821 Dillsburg Pennsylvania R.D. :lil Dillsburg RD. .tl Stop at Pop's Famous 1927 - 1957 30 Years Service-Same Name-Same Location REST - A - WHILE INN THEODORE LAUKEMAN Known from Coast to Coast Good Food Giant Ice Cream Cones Yolfu Love US! FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS D' . . Route 15 at Dillsburg, Pa. Phone 3501 lusburg, R D 31 K. E. ZERBE Plumbing Shurfine Pendale Heating SEIBERT'S FOOD STORE Fuel Oil Dillsburg, Pa. Phone RE 7-9420 Phone 24-96 We Deliver Shirmanstown Pennsylvania CAPITAL ENGINEERING CCRPORATION Engineers - Constructors - Management Executive Offices Dillsburg, Pennsylvania Roads and Streets Design and Surveys Water Works Sewage Systems Airports Planning Dams Bridges Washington, D. C. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Compliments of R. W. SMITH Dillsburg, Pennsylvania Range End Golf Club, Inc. Fine 18-hole Golf Course Beautiful Swimming Pool Cozy Club House Facilities Golf Driving Range Bowmansdale Stone Quarries Crushed Limestone, all sizes, Prompt Delivery Excavation and Driveways Compliments of COCKLIN FUNERAL HOME Your 1957 Yearbook Photographer Pu-mfv ' W srovsn s PHARMACY mmm M. Biological Diabetic Needs IMMEDIATE PERSCRIPTION SERVICE Phone 4081 Dillsburg 153 East Market Street YOIIC PCHHSYIVBHIH SZ Sales Service Phone Dillsburg .5 Congratulations and Best Wishes from EVANS BRQTHERS if i ' I, K If 1 ' i M MARKET QV THRIFT MARKETS Dillsburg and Middletown Phone 41071 Phone WH 4--54-51 Compliments of JOHN F. BORTON, INC. WILEY BROS. Electrical Engineering Cgntractor G. E. APPLIANCE STORE 317 West Market Street Ph0H0 2356 York Pennsylvania Dillsburg Pennsylvania Always Ask For SMlTTIE'S FAMOUS SOFT PRETZELS GUARANTEED FRESH Phone D over 3811 ' init i THE WEEKLY BULLETIN DAVID S. FRY, Editor Dillsburg, Pa. Phone 3236 83.50 two years Best Wishes ADVERTISING Serving the northern part of York County and nearby sections of Cumberland and Adams Counties. from CHARLES B. RIDER PRINTING Anything printed for your business or your society. Commercial, Church, booklet, farm auction printing our specialties. Congratulations from SHAMBAUGH'S HARDWARE I B tw' h N Compliments es ls es THE DILLSBURG AGENCY f to 0 DOUGLAS J. HARTEII The Class of 1957 MT. VIEW I d B d' I GILLETTE SHOE STORE nsmnce an on mg Poultry Farm 8. Hatchery Phone 2761 Ph 4351 FINE FAMILY FOOTWEAR one Diusbufg PCUUSYIVSHI3' Dillsburg Pennsylvania Phone 3753 Dillsburg Pennsylvania HARBOLD BROTHERS R. D. 1753, Dillsburg Phone 3851 Dealers, Owners, and Operators of School Buses K. L. SMITH C 1, t Phone 24-12 Dillsburg, Pa. Omp 'men S GRIMES 81 STUM Heating 81 Air-Conditioning WAYNE FEED suPPLY co. Meds-B0,S,C10thi,,g Williamson Oil Burner SI Air-Conditioner Phone 3671 phone 2621 - FREE ESTIMATES - Dillsburg Pennsylvania . Diusbur Pennsylva 24 hour service g Custom Built Installations Good Luck to the Class of '57 l.lNDY'S MEN'S SHCP The Home of Q THE K-ANN SHOP NATIONALLY ADVERTISED Dresses-Sportswear-Lingerie Nationally Advertised Brands for PAUL A. 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