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Page 79 text:
Driver Training and Education
The Driver Training Course instructed by
Mr. Ellsworth Kuhn was designed to teach stu-
dents to become good drivers and good pedes-
trians. The car used for behind-the-wheel train-
ing was donated by the H and H Chevrolet
ln classroom periods, students used "Sports-
manlike Driving" as a textbook, and learned about
driving under various circumstances, hand signals,
and rules of the road. Several psycho-physical
tests were also taken.
During driving periods, several students were
taken out in the car at one time, each one being
given a minimum amount of training.
After students had learned adequate control
of the car and the rules of the road, they were
taken to the State Police sub-station in Chambers-
burg for the driving test. Those students who
passed the test successfully and attended classes
for a minimum of twenty hours received a certi-
ficate from the American Automobile Association.
First Row, left to right: James Heath, Richard Metz, Budd Montague, Donald
Second Row: Pauline Seihert, Peggy WVeaver, Vera Perry, Ruth lJurIT, Nancy NVolI'e,
Mr. Ellsworth Kuhn.
Third How: Mary Cressler, Phyliss Campbell.
Fourth Row: Dorothy Heath, Dorothy M. Bowers, Edwina Kaufman, Olive Angle,
Fifth Row: Anne Means, Patsy lVenger.
The first class included: Kay Allan, Jane
Alleman, Olive Angle, Donald Bardell, Dorothy
M. Bowers, Phyliss Campbell, Laura Etter, Rich-
ard Metz, Budd Montague, Robert Parr, Vera jane
Perry, James Reath, Pauline Seibert, Helen Stray-
er, james Thompson, Peggy Weaver, Patsy Weng-
er, Torn West, and Nancy Wolfe.
Students in the second class were: Dorothy
Andrews, Ruth Durff, Lula Eutzy, Pat Gill, Galen
Hershey, Charlotte Kling, Marilyn Linsky, Lee
Lynch, Anna Means, Shirley Mulder, jean Naugle,
Donald Seibert, Arlene Sheaffer, Patsy Swartz,
and Winona Wadel.
The third class included: Anna Bock, Fred
Bolton, David Burd, Betty Coy, Mary Ann Cress-
ler, Rebecca Davidson, Arlene Dubbs, Kenneth
Franciscus, Joanne Frehn, Doris Gipe, Shirlev Heb-
erlig, Joanne Hershey, Alton Hess, Norma Hocker-
smith, Richard Hockersmith, Glenn Karper,
Louise Keefer, Jane Kelley, Violet Lightfoot, Bar-
bara Miller, Dorothy Reath, Arlene Russell, Doro-
thy Sheaffer, Jean Staver, Beulah Stum, and Foster
Page 78 text:
Ofiicers for the Tri-Hi-Y this year were Jean
Mitchell, president, Mary Catherine Smyth, vice-
president, Suzanne Hafer, secretary, Vera jane
Perry, treasurer, and Nancy Thrush, chaplain.
The Tri-Hi-Y was a very active club. It
was divided into committees to make the work
progress more smoothly. Its well-rounded pro-
gram developed its members in spirit, mind, and
body, and served the home, church, and school.
An exciting and "spooky" Hallowe'en Party
was held at the home of Kitty Lou Myers. An im-
pressive candlelight service was given on Decem-
ber 12 in the Messiah Evangelical United Brethren
Church. The girls then held a bake sale on Feb-
ruary 26, and used the proceeds, which were
37785, to sponsor a Mother and Daughter Ban-
quet. This affair was exceedingly successful with
approximately sixty present, including members
and their guests.
First Row, left to right: Louise Kauffman, Betty Glessner, Barbara Miller, Helen
Second Row: Jean Staver, Suzanne Hafer, Mary Catherine Eichelherger, Mary
Catherine Smyth, Pauline Stake.
Third Row: June Beidel, Kitty Lou Myers, Nancy Thrush, Jean Mitchell, Genevieve
Smith, Dorothy Reath, Miss Pearl Fogelsanger, Vera Jane Perry.
Three members: Helen Louise Hykes, Patsy
Swartz, and Mary Catherine Eichelberger, attended
the Tri-Hi-Y Model United Nations Assembly,
held March l9 in the Forum of the Educational
Building in Harrisburg. Three other members
attended the South Central District Assembly held
in the Court House in Harrisburg. They were
Kitty Lou Myers, June Beidel, and Barbara Ann
Miller. Several Tri-Hi-Y girls represented Ship-
pensburg at the Hi-Y and Tri-Hi-Y Convention
held in Chambersburg.
A course in youth problems and youth needs
was given. After the "Teen Talk III" was finished,
each girl took an examination, and those with a
certain average were eligible for a certificate
awarded by the state Young Men's Christian
Association of Pennsylvania.
Page 80 text:
Senior High Library Club
First Ilow, left to right: Louise Mowers, Bessie Baker, Ethel MeCleary, Martha Clever,
Helen Rotz, Betty Mangle, Nancy Hoover.
Seeond Row: Catherine Brown, Marilyn Linsky, Shirley Heherlig, Joanne Frehn,
Alverta Culbertson, Miss Grace Pete1's.
President ...... .................. H elen Rotz President ..... , .. ........... Jane Hoekersmith
Vice-president . . . . . XVinnel'red Matthews Viee-president . . . ..... ....... . lack Rhine
Seereta ry ..... ........ A lartha Clever Secretary ...... ...... B lildred Rotz
Treasurer . . . . ....... Alice Hensel Treasurer ................... Fred Hoekerslnith
Junior High Library Club
First Row, left to right: Janet Karper, Peggy Harper, Jane Hoekersmith, Janet Smith,
Mildred Rotz, Naney Highlands, Fay Strayer, Barbara Metz, Shirley Potter, .Ioan
Seeond Row: Fred Hoekersmith, Barry Hippensteele, YVayne Shoap, Ronald Chalnlierlin,
Jaek Handshew, Earl Rosenberry, Kenneth Martin, Edward lluntsherger, David
Martin, Lee Cramer, Richard Henry, XValter Russell, Carroll XVilson, Jaek Rhine,
Harold XVilson, Miss Peters.
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