Steelton Highspire High School - Steel High Yearbook (Steelton, PA)

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, I KY' ,gm 4, ,- ' Y W 'W F' J' ' W' ' ' 3 il f Q .90 ,ff " ' sig, 5'5'ZV if"Wp? I pw' - ' awfnfjh xQf4g.,,,'Q'7"' : N lit X- ' 11? if W ff. ' ' , ' f A EMM' N 5 if 2 , 'vw . ' . f . 1 ug?-fl .544 NVQ-?f,. 442 , 5 -2 'A 5 ,9"Aw'r'4" . gf rw-wbg My ,4f,vfm AW SQA gkaf n g.alHa,Q7fQ5! ni iimmvvf Q ff X A LV VAS x o f X uf if 5' A . Q f X .qw sn L-mee T presented bg the Class of 1958 Steelton-Highspire High School Steelton, Pennsqlvania Table of Contents we -f f M- H?-. iF 91'e'Z?9?d :ggff,fg,g.':,,f:'mAf,, , ' ' 1' K . 1 22,4 A,L. Q, , i?ff z:s 'sree1-H1gnf sraff Wf '2 Dedication fom2woR Seated, 1. to r.: Mr. Merle Hessg Mr. Meade E. Urich, Vice-Presidentg Mr. Walter B. Lang, Presidentg Mr. George M. Reider, Secretaryg Mr. William W. White, Treasurer. Standing, 1. to r.: Dr. H. T. Griffith, Superintendent of Schoolsg Mr. Guy Ecklerg Mr. V. C. Puglieseg Mr. C. F. Chandlerg Dr. James W. Greeng Dr. I. Reese Beyrentg Mr. Frank Vozenilekg Mr. S. G. Breckenridgeg Mr. N. L. Chaffeeg Mr. LaRue C. Derr, Assistant Superintendent. BOARD OF EDU CATION To the Class of 1958: It is a real pleasure to bring to the members of the Class greetings from the Board of Education and heartiest congratulations both on the successful conclusion of your term in our schools and on your new "Steel-High" yearbook. Your Class has had the privilege of seeing "Foundations" laid during your Senior Year which are expected to keep our educational system on the high plane for which all of us strive. Just so, may the "Foundations" you have laid for your 1ife's work during your twelve years in these schools give the support needed to make your lives the happy and useful ones we all so earnestly hope will be yours. Walter B. Lang, President Seated, 1. to r.: M. L. Lamke, B. Aungst, J. Meckley. Standing, 1. to r.: R. Craig, W. Sweigert. ifmidili-:uH1.nQ. Siggdingw-11-'IA' if. 'NI'5ff5QE, T. Ferguson. Seated, 1. to r.: R. Lubic, M. A. Petroff, Seated, 1. to r.: R. Hoover, G. Knuth, C. Stroud. C. Berner. Standing, 1. to r.: E. Stimeling, Standing, 1. to r.: R. Crumling, T. Livingston. A. Zugay. Seated, 1. to r.: C. StouIfer,M. Kepner,J. Ger- sic. Standing, 1. to r.: A. Jones, B. Verbos, C. Lawson, H. Slade. Seated, 1. to r.: W. Stokes, L. Bensic, G. Wrightstone. Standing, 1. to r.: S. Cox, E.Po1- lard, M. Hanna, P. Stickle, A. Morrett. Seated, 1. to r.: M. L. Bongart, G. Pohner, R. McNaughton. Standing, 1. to r.: B. Weiser, D. Yovanovic, C. House, N. Mounds, R. Gross. Seated, 1. to r.: P. Pacella, G. Gray, I. A. Zimmerman. Standing, 1. to r.: J. Stroll, B. Baumgardner, P. Sheridan, G. Wallace, D. Smith. With gratitude and respect the Class of 1958 takes pride in dedicating its yearbook to Dr. Harold T. Griffith, first superintendent of the Steelton-Highspire School System. Dr. Griffith merits considerable credit for his untiring efforts in the interest of the recent jointure. Through the cooperation of the members of the Board of Education with Dr. Griffith, a major benefit of this union can be seen in our community's new junior-senior high school building, rapidly nearing completion. Through conscientious execution of duty and sincere concern for the welfare of the school, Dr. Griffith has done much to strengthen the firm academic foundations upon which our present and future students may build well to meet Life's challenge. I1 ll s nn ini 1 w QP A 5 l 1 w f...., 1 ' I ' ' C" -f F V' u ff I 4 ' 5 1 , QI +5 Q QJ.-, N I wlwi I f 7' 4 x,J. swencERT ADMINISTRATION ' Mr. L. C. Derr Assistant Superintendent B. S., Bloomsburg State Teachers Collegeg M. Ed., Temple University Mr. D. H. Esbenshade Assistant Principal B. S., Millersville State Teachers College. Dr. H. T. Griffith Superintendent B. S., Millersville State Teachers Collegeg M. Ed., Ed. D., The Penn- sylvania State University Mr. C. W. Eisenhart Principal B. S., A. M., Gettysburg College Mr. C. P. Hoy Assistant Principal B. S., Dickinson Collegeg M. Ed., The Pennsylvania State University Class of 1958: In addition to the usual significance of graduation, you have the distinction of being the first class to graduate under the name of the Steelton-Highspire High School. Your Commencement marks the close of one epoch of education and the beginning of another in the two communities. Although you are actually the products of two different school systems, your graduation is sym- bolic of the first steps in the fusion of these systems for the benefit of all. From recently laid foundations a new building worthy of the two communities is rapidly emerging. Although the building will be new, the amalgamation of all that is best in our re- spective traditions and achievements should serve to provide a firm educational foundation for an even better schooling for future pupils. You have our prayers and best wishes for future success and happiness. H. T. Griffith To the Seniors: The credit for your being a senior is shared jointly by you, your parents, and your teachers. Your future is now largely in your own hands. We hope we have helped instil in you the abili- ty and willingness to make a worthwhile contribution to society at large and your community in particular. By all means continue to workin your church. You and your future family may then look for- ward to success and happiness. C. W, Eisenhart for the Faculty Mr. D. H. Esbenshade and sons Mr. L. C. Derr Mr. C. P. Hoy IN APPRECIATIGN Yearbooks are cherished as souvenirs of irreplace- able high school days. They are very special volumes Where one may preserve tangible reminders of high school joys and sorrows, defeats and triumphs. We would like to express our appreciation to the Boosters and Advertisers for the practical manner in which they assured us of their interest in the publishing of Steel-High", 1958. 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Wi? r ' -..., 'ui li':3s" ,..,-,,..,., . -, :s"f1:?f'2:9sfse , 'fr-sr. fm- ,V 1 -A-ffvu'11-f'--,-.1 5.-.. 4F1z'ff4fz::f'fsio f - 1-'vii f2fi.f..fiis"'f- 1- Wa 5. n -' if 3255x 133 . wg ofigg 351 gwxsigff gxhi' il? , f S Q , qi A A . W, 4 ,13 , -- .,5g,J..55 f ..:3,,.,q, 3125519 ' , Miss Elizabeth Ackerman Mr. Simon P. Bacastow Clothing Geography - Science - Home Room 206 i Mrs. Edith Bechdel Mr. Edwin Blake Special Education -Home Room Geography - Social Studies - 203 Home Room 310 Miss Christine Buccieri Mr. Warren E. Burtner Dean of Girls - Guidance Social and Family Living - F.T.A. Club-Adviser English - Home Room 303 Mr. E. U. Balshaugh Director of Guidance and Place ment - Audio- Visual-C l u b Adviser Mr. Herbert O. Bollinger Instrumental Music - Band Director Mr. Robert C. Capello Health - Home Room 3 Mr. Marlin Colyer Mr, Paul Cressman, Jr. Miss Ruth Lee DGHVOI English - Home Room 6 Metal Shop English- Expression- Editorial Adviser - Yearbook - Junior Class Play-Director - Home Room 208 Mrs. Beatrice Downin Miss Mary L. Dunkle Mrs. Dorothy S. Ferencic Librarian - Junior-Library Mathematics - Home Room 9 General Business - Typing - Club-Adviser Bookkeeping -- Home Room 209 5 , E 2 Mrs. Esther Freeland Miss Roseann Geferoff Miss Elizabeth Greek Art - Art Club-Adviser English - History - Home Shorthand - Typing Room 4 Mrs. Lois Guistwhite English - Latin - Junior Class Play-Director - Home Room 303 Mrs. Katharine M. Hoy English - American History - Junior Class Play-Director -- Home Room 303 Mr, Eldon D. Jumper Mathematics - Science - Ninth Grade Home Room Mr. Charles D. Hoerner Arithmetic - General Science - Student Council- Adviser- String Ensemble - Orchestra- Home Room 304 Miss Nell Harris Nutrition and Foods Mr. Doyle W. Ivey Mr. Harry D. Johnston Algebra - General Mathematics Driver Training - Football- - Chess Club- Home Room 207 Assistant Coach - Baseball- Coach ...if Miss Judith G. King . Mr. Guy A. Koons Girls Physical Education - Penna. History -Givics-Prob- Girls Athletic Club-Majorettes lems of Democracy - Faculty - Cheerleaders-Adviser Manager of Athletics Miss Cynthia M. Lamke Mr. James E. Lange Mr. Carlton B. Lehman World History - Home Room General Science - Mathematics Science - Health - Boys Physi- 301 - Mechanical Drawing - Bas- cal Education-Equipment Man- ketball-Coach - Football- ager-Assistant - Varsity Bas- Agsigtant Cgach ketball-ASSlSIEiI'1I Coach. Mr. Ronald R. Leo Miss Margaret A. Maclay Miss Mary E. Miller Bookkeeping - General Busi- English - History - Eleventh Shorthand - Typing - Office ness - Typing - Law - English Grade Hgme Room Practice - General Business - - Treasurer of Athletic Associ- Adviser-Yearbook - Twelfth ation - Business Adviser-Year- Grade Home Room book Miss Patricia Newton Mr, Rgbert M, Nisley Mr. Edward Orbock S t u d e n t C o u n c i 1-Adviser - Art - Art Club-Adviser - Chess Mathematics - Home Room 212 Home Economics - Science - Club - Art Adviser-Yearbook Ninth Grade Home Room Mr. Karl Orndorff Mrs. Elizabeth Paine Industrial Arts - Safety Council English - Home Room 311 Adviser Mr, Paul C. Shatto, Jr. Mr. Russell E. Sheetz Chemistry - Physics- French- Vocal Music - General Music - Camera Club-Adviser Mixed Chorus-Director Mr. Henry A. Shotsberger Mr. Robert Stadulis Trigonometry - Plane Geom- Arithmetic - Bookkeeping - etry - Solid Geometry- English History - Football-Assistant --Home Room 201 Coach - Home Room 210 Mr. James A. Reedy, Jr. Bookkeeping - Typing - Busi- ness Arithmetic - General Mathematics - Football- Base- ball-Assistant Coach Mr. J. C. Shevock Boys Physical Education - Di- rector of Athletics - Football - Track-Coach Miss Sylva Steigleman Latin - Social Studies - Tenth Grade Home Room Miss Helen Stevick Geography - Home Room 5 Mrs. Catherine J. Whitman American History - Junior Red Cross-Adviser - Home Room 8 Mrs. Helen Gehret Secretary Mrs. Lillian E. Uisn Mrfvicror Verbos Librarian - Spanish History - Geography - Home Room 7 Mr. Frank Yeingst Mrs. Grace P. Zimmerman Biology - Science - Home Art Room 305 Miss Carol M. Ivey Miss Ernestine Lanza Secretary Secretary Mrs. Helen Wagner Secretary Mrs. Joanne S. Kern School Nurse Mrs. Blanche Vukovich School Nurse Mrs, Kathryn E, White Miss Rita J. Eckenrode Secretary Dental Hygienist Mr, Amos Miner Mrs. Margaretta O'Gorman Attdndance Officer Home and School Visitor Dr. William J. Albright, III Dr. Harold I. Ebersole School PhySiCiaI1 School Dentist Dr. A. M. Petrosky Dr- I- 0- SUVBI' School Dentist School Physlclan Facultq Snaps Schools Recognize NEA Centennial During American Education Week The year 1957 was particularly sig- nificant to the progress of education in our country, for it marked the Centen- nial of the National Education Associa- tion, an organization that has played such an important part in helping to raise the quality of American public schools to its high present-day level. During American Education Week, November 11 to 17, the Steelton-High- spire chapter of this association en- couraged the co-operation of teachers, pupils, and local merchants in prepar- ing window displays designed to stimu- late a stronger community interest in school activities. This effort proved even timelier because of the NEA Centennial. The photographs on this page show clearly that the project was a success. ,,,.,+-'M' he ...Q-""4""h'S'-m...i ,gg i - I f I I I , I I I I I a I I I I I 1 I' I I I Q - SENIORS IW CHARLES FRANKLIN ARP General "Little Man" "Hey, man!" S I 0 R S One of the boys from the West Side . . . Scott's shadow always out hunting little but mighty . . . has aprize seat in 303. Intramural Basketball BARBARA AUNGST General "Barb" "Hey, girlie I " As long as Barbara is around, things to do are not hard to be found . . . We're sure it's not very hard to see that she keeps friends through her personality . . . plans to be a gym teacher. Basketball, Softball, Hockey, Jr. Class Play, Mixed Chorus, Transfer Play, G.A.C., Yearbook Editorial Staff BARRY LYN BAUMGARDNER General WILLIAM SAMUEL BANKS, JR. General "Wolfe" 'Cool now" Our alert defensive back who calls the plays for our football team . . . occupies one of the quiet corners in 303 . . . "Wolfe" has the ability to get along with all. Football, Jr. High Basketball, Track, Intramural Basketball "Bummy" 'What cha say? " "Boy, I love that geography!" . . .drives a hot Dodge . . . usually seen with Dick . . . lives for November 21 . . . exper- ienced in the art of blushing. Football, Intramural Basketball A. ELIZABETH BENDER General "Liz" "Hey, dearl' Never stops running around the halls . . . What happens to the attendance slips when Liz is absent? . . . Just listen to those kettle drums . . . headed for hospi- tal corridors. Band, Orchestra, Mixed Chorus, Serv- ice Desk, Dean's Office, Office Messen- ger, Sr. Library Club, Sr. Red Cross, F.T.A. Club l958 EDWIN ROBERT BENNETT College Preparatory "Bob" "Lovely, simply lovely!" Our expert on aviation . . . has his troub- les staying awake in French class . . . seems to be interested in the Highspire branch of our high school . . . plans to be a Marine pilot some day. Football, Audio-Visual Club, Mixed Chorus, Jr. Class Play, Art Club, Sr. Basketball Manager, Track LORETTA ANN BENSIC Commercial "Blondie" "Don't get panicky, " One of the lively color guards can often be seen engaging in sports . . . has quite a liking for apples . . . would love to teach phys. ed. Band Front, Yearbook Business Staff, Safety Council, Office Messenger, F.T.A. Club, Intramural Basketball, Mixed Chorus CHARLOTTE BERNER College Preparatory "Bernardine " 'Oh, you make me sick I " Charlotte is at girl with beautiful hair and a charming personality . . . afuture health teacher who finds nearly every- thing to her liking except long walks to school. Basketball, Mixed Chorus, Transfer Play, Jr. Class Play, G.A.C., Band, Yearbook Editorial Staff DONALD THOMAS BESIC College Preparatory "Don" " . . . The Seniors' prize practical joker . . . one of our best actors . . . a promising dancer has two large foundations. Jr. Class Play, Intramural Basketball, Safety Council, Track, Football SENIORS WILLIAM BISSET General "Bill " "Well, I'm gone." Bill is the sporting type . . . likes to hunt and fish . . . To shoot a bear about ten feet high has always been his wish. Mixed Chorus, Transfer Play "Louie " "ReallyI " A Cute cheerleader who can really handle a car .. . Her big brown eyes attract many admiring glances from members of the opposite sex. Cheerleader, Jr. Class Play, Sr. Li- brary Club, G.A.C., Jr. Red Cross, Yearbook Business Staff, Camera Club, lntrarnural Volleyball, Intramural Basketball, Refreshment Stand, Service Desk, Office Messenger MARY LOU BONGART MARLIN K. BIESECKER College Preparatory "Beanie" "Oh, yea!" The president of the Student Council and a President of the Senior Class . . . al- ways gets his jobs done . . . excels in sports as well as school work . . . may someday be in the "I-Iall of Fame". Football, Basketball, Baseball, Jr. Class Play, Student Council, Intramural Basketball, Mixed Chorus, Jr. Class President, a Sr. Class President I958 CHARLES BROWN General "Skip" "I'm game, " Check that curly hair . . . possessor of a fine wardrobe . . . is aterrific dancer . . . one of Highspire's contributions to S.H.S. . . . outstanding member of our baseball squad, Football, Basketball, Baseball JOHN BRANOF F General "Spero" "Quit lyin'." Has a cool black Chevy . . . "loves" al- gebra . . . Mr. Bair's physics problem . . . anyone for venison? . . . often seen on Pine Street. Jr. Class Play, Safety Council, Intra- mural Basketball MARJORIE BUTLER Commercial "Midge" "That's tough. " A petite miss who enjoys a good laugh . . . likes typing . . . dislikes P.O.D. . . . rather shy at times but not in gym class . . . has an interesting desk lid. Dean 's Office JAMES CHISHOLM Commercial "Chis" "What's happenin'?" Hear a crazy chuckle? That's Chis . . . always backing our school. . .willing to give Mr. Leo a helping hand . . . a bright spot in Room 303. Baseball, Basketball, Intramural Bas- ketball SENIORS DONALD COLVER College Preparatory "Donnie" "Let me see. This former knight of the gridiron pre- fers the athletic field to textbooks . . . a guy who's considered by all his class- mates to be a very good sport. Football, Baseball, Mixed Chorus SHERLENE COX Commercial "Sherl " "Says who? " Loves riding in that Pontiac , , . can of- ten be seen with' Beth . . . pleasing per- sonality . . . oh, that shorthand! Sr. Library Club, Service Desk, F.T.A. Club, Commencement Usher, Mixed Chorus, Intramural Basketball, Intra- mural Volleyball, Yearbook Business Staff RAYMON CRAIG Commercial "Ray" "Well, I'll be darned. " Ray is known for his wonderful sense of humor . . . His curls are his trademark and are envied by many girls . . . can be seen driving faithfully to school every day in his Ford. ROBERT CRUMLING College Preparatory "Toby" "O,K., Sambo." Toby's popular with the opposite sex . . . Girls seem to make his face glow . . . He's a hard worker with a big task as a president of the Senior Class. Mixed Chorus, Student Council, Jr. Class Play, Transfer Play, Basketball, Football, a Sr. Class President, Year- book Editorial Staff Yearbook Editorial Staff AUDREY ERWINE Commercial '4Audy" "You tell me!" There 's never adull moment when Audy is around . . . faithful member of Steel- High's Majorette Corps . . . always offers a helping hand. Majorette, Orchestra, Mixed Chorus, Sr. Red Cross, Camera Club, Safety Council, String Ensemble, Jr. Class Play, Office Messenger, Student Coun- cil, Service Desk, Jr. Library Club, Refreshment Stand, Jr, Red Cross J. LOUIS FLETCHER Commercial "Fletchie III' 'See my Hollywood agent. ' West Side's answer to Jerry Lewis . . . Joe is not one to avoid abit of fun . . . a guy who is daunted by nothing -- except English. Baseball, Basketball, Intramural Bas- ketball, Football THADDE US FERGUSON College Preparatory "Fergie" "Disgusting l " 303's own l. B. M. machine . . . At French, Fergie excels . . . Mr. Shatto's favorite example in physics class . . . an expert on etiquette. Band, Orchestra, String Ensemble, Audio-Visual Club, Yearbook Editorial Staff V. JEAN GERSIC Commercial "Jeanie " "Honest? ' A tall, raven-haired chick .. . always seen, but seldom heard . .. a perfect secretary for some lucky boss . . . never seen without Dolly. Jr. Class Play, Refreshment Stand, Yearbook Business Staff VIRGINIA DOROTHY GOODLING Commercial I! KFish!ll Decorates the blackboards in 303 . . . S I O can usually be found with Kepner . . . always out for a good time crazy about the Navy. Safety Council, Sr. Library Club, Re- freshment Stand, Office Messenger, Mixed Chorus GAYLE EDITH GRAY Commercial ", . , 'George said," A charming miss from 'Paradise Lost" . . . greets everyone with a friendly hello . . . already has plans for the fu- ture, by George! Mixed Chorus, Usherettes, Yearbook Business Staff, Office Messenger, Service Desk, Safety Council, G.A.C. VINCENT GRENKEVICH General "Vince" 'Pure craziness" One of the newcomers . , . has a "ball" in algebra class . . . Repairing cars is his hobby . . . Have you completed your study of the eye? RUTH GROSS Commercial ". . ." "l'm embarrassed." This blonde lass is a faithful follower of our football team enjoys the tal- ents of "LiberaCe" . . . can always be found in the typing room. . . a good sport in gym class. Office Messenger, Dean's Office, Li- brary Club, Safety Council, Jr. Class Play, Yearbook Business Staff, Usher- ettes I958 WILLIAM HAAS College Preparatory "HaaSy" "Who, me? " Love those "cool" V-neck sweaters , , , has a crazy sense of humor . . . always changing designs on his desk lid . . , Who's the lucky girl? Football, Basketball, Baseball, Jr. Class Play, Camera Club, Intramural Basketball MILDRED ANITA HANNA Commercial "Mickey" "Who cares?" A little lady who must stand on apedes- tal to be seen . . . has a smile for every- one . . . loves study halls . . . her biggest complaint -- shorthand. Yearbook Business Staff CHARLES R. HARDER General "Duke" "You love that. " Duke is one of the boys from "Lost Paradise' . . . runs aregular taxi serv- ice in that maroon Plymouth . . . sees that "Old Glory" is always waving. J. V. Football, J. V. Basketball, Flag Custodian JANET HERMAN Commercial 'Jan' "O, K., wise guy." Jan and her gray-rimmed glasses are inseparable typing and shorthand are her favorite classes enjoys playing basketball likes dancing best. Band, Mixed Chorus, Jr. Class Play, Yearbook Editorial Staff, Basketball, Transfer Play SENIORS ROY HOOVER College Preparatory . , ," "Times are tough." Roy is the studious type . . . can nearly always be found with a textbook . . . ex- cels in physics and chemistry . . . avery bright fellow who plans to be ateacher. Class Officer, Band, Mixed Chorus, Transfer Play, Jr. Class Play, Year- book Editorial Staff JOAN HO PK INS College Preparatory KJOanieIl UDOnltll! Joan came to our school last year and helped us all since she's been here . . . gets along with everyone because she has a fine sense of humor. Mixed Chorus CAROLINE HOUSE Commercial '. . . "I guess so." Who broke that needle in sewing class? . . . always seen at football games . . . dislikes giving speeches in expression. Yearbook Business Staff, F.T.A. Club, Intramural Basketball, Intramural Vol- leyball, Jr. Class Play Usher, Com- mencement Usher ISAAC ROOSEVELT JOHNSTONE, JR. General "Zeke' "What's happenin'? " Look at him go . . . our own Mr. Touch- down . . . is a real Romeo . . . sports quite a wardrobe . . . can always be seen with Charlie. Football, Basketball, Track AUDREY JONES crazy laugh? . . . doesn't like to share sundaes with teachers. Safety Council, Yearbook Business Staff ROBERT J. JONES College Preparatory n u . . . A hard-working pill-pusher at Porr's . . . likes hunting and fishing . . . drives a blue '51 Ford . . . can usuallybefound with Don or Tom. Safety Council WILLIAM JONE S Commercial "Bill " "Hey, man! " Bill put away the clarinet to hold up right end for the Steamrollers . . . pre- fers Pontiacs to Chevys . . . has access to one of each. Football, Basketball, Baseball, Track, Mixed Chorus, Band, Intramural Bas- ketball MARGARET KEPNER Commercial "Margie " "Did Larry call?" Love those big brown eyes . . . Steel- High's business manager Margie and her Comb are inseparable . . . one of 303's driving whizzes. Yearbook Business Staff, Band, Mixed Chorus, Sr. Library Club, Girls En- semble, Jr. Class Play, Dean's Office, Safety Council Commercial "Red" "That 'll be the day. " The cute redhead of 303 . . . shy but al- I 9 5 8 ways ready for fun . . . ever heard Red's GRETCHEN MARIE KNUTH College Preparatory "Dutch " "Oh, Whiskersl' Our lively head-majorette . . . seen wheeling a green and white Chrysler . . . "loves" horse shows and state police- men . . . ever see a space ship? Yearbook Editorial Staff, Mixed Cho- rus, Majorettes, Dean's Office, Service Desk, Jr. Class Play, Office Messen- ger, Commencement Usher SENIORS CHARLES LAWSON General "Charlie" , , , Our bus-boy at a certain hotel in Har- risburg . . . has many female admirers . . . saving money for that badly wanted Olds. Football, Basketball, Intramural Bas- ketball "Johnny' "She 's cute. " MARY LOUISE LAMKE College Preparatory "Mary" "Such is life. ' Short in stature, but a big thinker . . . plays a "cool " clarinet . . . loves those movies . .. hard-working editor who has a 'hall' while she's slaving. Yearbook Editorial Staff, Band, Mixed Chorus, F. T. A. Club, Jr. Class Play, Orchestra, Office Messenger, a Sr. Class Treasurer, Vice-President of Jr. Class, Girls Ensemble Johnny helps keep Recreation Pool in business . .. can sometimes be seen in a '53 Chrysler . . . Ask him anything at all about baseball. Band, Orchestra, Student Council, Jr. Red Cross, Football, Baseball, Track 1958 JOHN W. LEWIS Commercial ". . . "You ain't nuttin' but tired." One of the guys from the Lower End of town . . . doesn't have much to say . . . always seen with Mesaric. . .never seen without a magazine. FRANCES LEONHARD General "Fran " "OhI behave!" Fran is the quiet type always so polite . . . likes Mercurys and Chevys . . . Did anyone mention dancing? . .. plans to be a typist. Mixed Chorus, Transfer Play THOMAS P. LIVINGSTON College Preparatory 'Park" "That's tough. " 303's future pharmacist drives a Dodge of '42 vintage . . . has an enor- mous collection of hot-rod books . . . possesses a great sense of humor. Football, Basketball, Baseball, Camera Club, Yearbook Editorial Staff, Safety Council DARLENE LORD General "Dar1" "Ohl geel' Darlene came to our school recently . . . For her, making friends was easy . . . rates high with everyone at school . .. This future secretary likes a certain grey Ford. Mixed Chorus, Softball "Rinnie " RITA CAROLE LUBIC Commercial "True " Our cute blonde head cheerleader who keeps the guys guessing . . . excels in her school work . . . a neat dancer . . . Junior Class Secretary .. . always on theS0- Cheerleader, Student Council, Jr. Class Play, G.A.C., Office Messenger, Serv- ice Desk, Yearbook Editorial Staff, Re- freshment Stand, Intramural Basket- ball, Jr. Class Secretary, Intramural Volleyball, Commencement Usher JAMES MCDONALD General alJim1x NY-yeslp Jim has a liking for cars . . . spends his spare time working at a gas station . . . prefers hunting to school . . .areal out- doorsman. Football, Basketball, Mixed Chorus, Transfer Play A93 JANE MCELHENY Commercial "Janie " "Don'tl " A faithful member of our band . . . Janie is a very quiet girl, but one we're cer- tain will be quite a success . . . plans to go to college - perhaps Penn State? Mixed Chorus, Band, Student Council, Class Officer, G.A.C., Jr. CIHSS P1aY. VIRGLE LEE MCGRADY Commercial "Doc" "What's going on?" A handsome senior -who has a way with everyone . .. just loves to drive that maroon and white Buick . . . competes with Nat "King" Cole, Football, Intramural Basketball, Track, Jr. Red Cross, Mixed Chorus Transfer Play, Yearbook Editorial Staff RICHARD MCNAUGHTON Commercial "Dick" "That's a shame." Quite a socializer .. . hates to be in plays . . . rides with Barry . . . an aid to our Business Staff . . . Did you ever see him blush? Track, Intramural Basketball, Safety Council, Yearbook Business Staff 1958 JUDITI-I CAROL MECKLEY College Preparatory "Judy" "You've had it." Want to know something? Ask Judy . . . THOMAS MESARIC General 'Sarge' 'What's happening?" Tall and quiet man of 303 . .. always seen with Verbos . . . one ofDoc'sloyal customers . . . newest edition to our the V. P. of the G.A.C. . . . can be seen wearing the latest fashions . . . our newscaster on W.H.C-.B. . . . a loyal backer of our school and a great worker for our class. Band, Orchestra, Mixed Chorus, Girls Ensemble, F.T.A. Club, Jr. Class Play, Dean's Office, Yearbook Editorial Staff, Intramural Basketball, Intramural Vol- leyball, Service Desk, School News Commentator, "Patriot News" Corres- pondent, Commencement Usher, G.A.C. class. FRANK J, MICHTICH, JR. General "Liber" "Put a nickel in it." Our cool right guard with wavy hair . . . has the build of Charles Atlas . . . livens up our dances with his snappy version of the "bop" . . . one of the boys from the Lower End of town. Football, Track RONALD MOORE General "Mole " "What do you say, Butchee? " I-Ie's that crazy mixed up soul that makes us laugh till we 'turn blue" . . . our class clown . . . He's always chew- ing gum . . . believes people should have fun in school. Football, Basketball Manager, Mixed Chorus, Transfer Play SENIORS ALICE ANN MORRETT Commercial "Sandy" "Guess what? " THOMAS MORRIS General "Tom " "Yea, man" Tom's the shortest one, but this doesn't mean he isn't fun. . .Schoolwork makes him sigh . . . would rather play basket- ball. Football, Basketball, Baseball, Trans- fer Play 303's tiny blonde with a great big smile . .. ever ready for a giggling session . . . remember that driver's test? . . . a loyal refreshment stand helper. Office Messenger, Yearbook Business Staff, Mixed Chorus, Dean's Office, Re- freshment Stand, Sr. Library Club, Jr. Class Play, Commencement Usher NORMA LEE MOUNDS Commercial " . . ." "I don't know." One of our quiet seniors . . . hasalittle interest in members ofthe opposite sex . . . just loves expression and dislikes shorthand can often be seen with Beth. Yearbook Business Staff, F.T.A. Club, Intramural Basketball, Intramural Vol- leyball l958 PATRICIA PACELLA General "Patti" "Anybody see Tom? " Pat is a very active girl . . . Watch her whirl on the dance floor .. friends isn't hard for her likes taxis and a special Ford. Mixed Chorus, Band, I-Iockey, Transfer Play, Cheerleader CHARLES DANIEL PATTERSON General "Chas" "Nothing but bad' The West Side's number one booster can be seen wheeling a '53 Ford . . . second home, Motsey's . . . "Patter- son, the Declaration!" Intramural Basketball, Audio- Visual Club . Making LARRY PICKLE General MARY ANN PETROFF Commercial 'Mary Ann" "Dave's here." The lucky Senior girl to win an award in the art contest last year . . . loyal member of our cheering squad . . . often seen in a black Chevy . . . has a smile for all. Jr. Class Play, Dean 's Office, Yearbook Editorial Staff, Office Messenger, In- tramural Basketball, C h e e r I e a d e r, Safety Council, Service Desk, Camera Club, Sr. Library Club, Refreshment Stand, Commencement Usher "Squirrel " 'Nothin ' ' Larry to us is known as Squirrel . . . a very good mixer . . . never seen frown- ing . . . football--a favorite topic never worries about anything. Football, Basketball, Mixed Chorus, Transfer Play SENIORS GERTRUDE POHNER Commercial "Trudy" "What's your trouble?" A nice young lady who is awhiz with an accordion . . . hikes from the Upper End of town . . . has a smile for all . . . "howdy" - her favorite greeting. Yearbook Business Staff, Band, F.T.A. Club, Office Messenger, Dean's Office, Mixed Chorus, Jr. Library Club, Serv- ice Desk, Jr. Class Play DONNILEE POLIGONE General "Donna" "Did you see Jonathan?" Donna always has a great big smile . . . especially fond of talking about Penn State . . . efficient captain of the Maga- zine-selling Campaign . . . class officer. Mixed Chorus, Basketball, Transfer Play, Class Officer ROMAINE ELIZABETH POLLARD Commercial "Beth " "Johnny's coming homel' Promptness is one of her qualities . . . a nice girl who has adelightful person- ality . . . prefers men in Air Force blue . . . intends to enter the teaching pro- fession. F.T.A. Club, Dean's Office, Usher, Yearbook Business Staff, Intramural Volleyball, Intramural Basketball ESTHER PORR Commercial ' . . . "Where's George? " Esther used to walk to school, but now she says it's against her rule . . . drives that special car . . . anyone for pizza? . . . hopes to be a secretary. Band, Mixed Chorus, Transfer Play SANDRA RICE General asandy n imAnyhOW n What would Murphy's do without Sandy? .. . one of the quiet ones in 303 .. . al- ways seen with Pat and Audrey . . . all set for cap and cape. Jr. Library Club, Mixed Chorus, Serv- ice Desk GEORGE MONROE REIDER, JR. College Preparatory "Gregor" "l'm just joshingf' The coolest tackle holding up the line Check that crazy laugh faithful member of the "gang" . .. one of the hard-working vice-presidents of our class. Camera Club, Student Council, Foot- ball, Track, Mixed Chorus, Intramural Basketball, Jr. Class Play, a Vice- President of the Sr. Class ARTHUR LYNN RHODES, JR. General "Glimp" "Wanta run a hot Ford?" Has the most recognizable stride around . . . says he knows his cars . . . Does he really like that silver watch? . . . neat dancer. Yearbook Editorial Staff BENJAMIN SCOTT General 'Ben Danny" 'Oh happy day' "I'll never get this homework donel " . . . gave up his fiddle years ago . . . greatest desire--no homework . . . can't wait until June 5. Track, Football, Audio-Visual Club, Intramural Basketball PATRICIA JEAN SHERIDAN Commercial "Pat" "What'd I say?" Friendly and full of fun . . . always ready for a joke Chewing gum is Pat's favorite pastime . . . rather quiet at times ... Mr. Verbos's efficient secre- tary. Yearbook Business Staff,Library Club, Jr. Red Cross, Office Messenger, Re- freshment Stand SENICRS General "Rose" "Do you know what?" Vera is a very quiet gal . . . has many HELEN SLADE Commercial . . "Oh, well" This girl from the Upper End of Steel- ton is always looking for a laugh . .. keeps the chewing gum factories in business . . . usually found in 211 .. . dancing--her favorite pastime. Intramural Basketball, Intramural Vol- leyball friends . . . always willing to lend a help- ing hand . . . dependable whenever she is needed. Mixed Chorus, Basketball, Cheerlead- er, Hockey, Transfer Play, Usherettes CALVIN A. SMITH General "Hound Dog" "That's toughl' Want to know something about the Na- tional Guard? Ask Calvin It's his main interest . . . one of the gang from the West Side . . . loyal member of our Audio-Visual Club. Football, Audio-Visual Club, Intramu- ral Basketball 1958 JOHN SPANN General "Spanish Joe" DAVID SMITH College Preparatory "Dave" "Hey, manl' Dave is always surrounded by friends a happy-go-lucky fellow . .. Steel- High's Highspire business manager . . . class officer who is willing to help those with financial difficulties. Football, Basketball, Baseball, Mixed Chorus, Student Council, Class Officer, Jr. Class Play, Yearbook Business Staff n ..- Another member of the Steamroller team . . . John has a way with all girls, especially the ones from Fourth Street . . . can often be seen with Zeke . . . spends most of his time at the "Teener Snack Bar. " Football, Track MICHAEL STANOVICH General "Shmike " "Hey, Alligator " Loves grapes will inherit a '54 Olds someday dig the crazy hair- do .. . "Shmike" is one of those boys who never let anything worry them, MARLIN STEVENS General ". , , " "Oh, gee!" Marlin is seldom seen wearing afrown . . . Football is his major interest . . . captain of Magazine-selling Campaign . . . always ready to talk about sports. Mixed Chorus, Football, Basketball, Transfer Play Band SENIORS ROBERT STILES General "Bob" "l don't know, " PATRICIA ANN STICKLE Commercial "Pat" "I almost cried. " One of the girls from the Upper End of Steelton will make a fine "Miss Efficiency" for some lucky firm greets everyone with that friendly smile. Yearbook Business Staff, Sr. Red Cross, Deanfs Office, Service Desk, Office Messenger, Refreshment Stand, Jr. Class Play Usher Bob likes to tinker with cars the quiet type .. . would rather spend his time in the "wide-open spaces" than go to school. Football, Basketball, Transfer Play, Jr. Class Play 5 EARL W. STIMELING, JR. College Preparatory "Wes" "You lovely thing, you!" Our mathematician from East End . . . pushes a '50 Ford .. . known for his microscopic writing . . . hopes to be an engineer some day. Football, Baseball, Yearbook Editorial Staff, Intramural Basketball WALTER E. STOKE S Commercial "Stokey " "Sputnik ' Miss Greek's biggest headache . . . one of the gang from the East Side of town . . . Stokey has a cheery "hello" for all . . . always ready for a good laugh. Jr. Class Play CAROL STOUFFER Commercial "Herby" "Oh, greatl' Our cute President of the G.A.C .... has a knack for getting along with people , , , faithful member ofour cheerleading squad . . . a capable class secretary. Cheerleader, Mixed Chorus, Refresh- ment Stand, Orchestra, Service Desk, Yearbook Business Staff, Jr. Class Play, Student Council, Intramural Bas- ketball, String Ensemble, Girls En- semble, a Sr. Class Secretary, G.A.C. CAROLE ANN STROUD General "Mike " "Slightly" Loyal band member who really toots that clarinet . . . Did you do your physics? .. . always seen with Lamke . . . a future Florence Nightingale. Band, Orchestra, Mixed Chorus,Year- book Editorial Staff, Jr, Library Club JOSEPH STROLL College Preparatory "Joe " "You clown " Joe is certainly not shy . . . well-liked by his fellow students . . . fond of jokes ,, , have a question about cars? See J oe. Football, Basketball, Baseball, Mixed Chorus, Jr. Class Play TERRY EUGENE SUCEC General "Pierre " "Get wasted." Promises to become quite a public speaker . . . drives around in a green Pontiac . . . can often be seen on Swatara Street . . . likes his hunting and fishing. Track WILLIAM SWEIGERT General "Bill" "Where 's Carolyn?" Bill is a boy everyone likes . . . Sports and cars are his main interests . . . nev- er seen in a blue mood . . . hasa dislike for advertisements. Football, Baseball, Mixed Chorus, Yearbook Editorial Staff SENIORS LOUIS SZOBOCSAN General "Louie" 'Don't worry about it." NANCY LOU TRACE College Preparatory "Lou " "Obi You didn 't'? " Easy-going and easy to get along With-- That's Nancy . . . a true friend to all . . . always smiling . . . loves apples. Band Front, F.T.A. Club, Student Coun- cil, Safety Council, Yearbook Editorial Staff, Jr. Class Play, Refreshment Stand, Dean's Office, Intramural Bas- ketball, Intramural Volleyball, Mixed Chorus, G.A.C. One of 303's biggest talkers . . . has quite a sense of humor . . . assists Duke in taking care of the flag. . .can usually be seen at Ray's . . . agood committee- man. Basketball, Flag Custodian RICHARD UMHOLTZ General "Deacon" "l'll betcha five bucks." A young man who excels in all matters concerning sports . . . You can look for Dick whenever there's a game, any kind of game . . . Plymouths are his choice. Mixed Chorus, Football, Basketball, Baseball BARBARA ANN VERBOS Commercial "Dolly" "What's the play, gang? " If you're hunting fun, look up Dolly . . . I 9 5 8 athletically inclined . . . will never for- get that trip to New York City . . . keeps all the guys guessing. . .aloyal booster of the team. Jr. Class Play, Yearbook Business Staff, Intramural Volleyball, Intramu- ral Basketball, G.A.C. THOMAS S. VERBOS General "Verb" "That's what you think," Tall and quiet . . . Tom's often seen but hardly ever heard . . . usually seen with Mike and Terry . . . a loyal customer at Doc's . . . has beaten a path down Second Street. Football RODNEY VORKAPICH College Preparatory "Pork" "We ain't worryin' about it." Comes from 'Lost Paradise" . . . knows womanology as well as his right hand . . . holds up the left end of the line . . . just loves Saturday night drive-ins. Football, Baseball, Basketball, Mixed Chorus, Camera Club, Intramural JOHN VOZENILEK College Preparatory "Vozy" "Do you think I care?" John is a boy who doesn 't say much, but when he talks, it's of cars and such. . . gets along with everyone . . . iI1I6I'eSf6d in outdoor sports. Mixed Chorus, Transfer Play Basketball Commercial "C-eorgi" "What I say?" S E N I O R S A sweet little miss who hates English and bookkeeping . . . has akeen sense of humor . . . an authority on foods. Intramural Basketball, Intramural Volleyball, Yearbook Business Staff, F. T. A. Club BEVERLY ANN WEISER Commercial "Bev" "Bill said . . ." So petite and quiet . . . a sweet miss with that innocent look . . . loves the gym class roll call , , , pals around with Dotty and Pat. Mixed Chorus, Office Me s s en ge r, Dean 's Office, Service Desk, Usherette, Yearbook Business Staff "Mus" GEORGIANNE WALLACE ARTHUR WILLIAMS General "Art" "Hey, look at that gall" Art gets along with everyone because of his terrific sense of humor . . .likes football and baseball . . . plans to be a coach. Football, Baseball, Basketball, Mixed Chorus, Class Officer, Transfer Play ROBERT LEE WILLIS General "Don 't know, do ya?' Did you ever see him blush? . . . light- weight guard in the line .. . Sausmarfs handy man good florist a duo-- Pork and Mus. Football, Track JANICE CONSUELO WORMSLEY Commercial "J annie" "Did you see that '57 Chevy7" 303's "whistling wizard' . . . likes Chevrolets--one in particular . . . hopes to instruct future generations in the three R's, Sr. Library Club, Mixed Chorus, F.T.A. Club, Office Messenger, Service Desk, Dean's Office, Jr. Library Club, Year- book Editorial Staff I958 GARY WRIGHTSTONE Commercial "Chuck" qThat's tough. " DOROTHY YOVANOVIC Commercial 'Dotty " "Crazy " Quiet girl who gets along with every- one . . . Wonder why Mr. Johnston is graying? Ask Dotty . . . will make some- one a capable secretary, Yearbook Business Staff, Usherette, Jr. Class Play Gary is a phantom on the basketball court . . . always loyal to the West Side gang . . . so tall his head is alwaysin the clouds . . . Miss Creek's typing "geniuS. " Intramural Basketball, Baseball, Bas- ketball JO ANN ZIMMERMAN General "J0" "You better not." Jo Ann is better known as Jo . . . has H big smile and apleasing personality . . . one of Mr, Bollinger's prize clarinet- ists. Class Officer, Student Council, Band, Pep Band, Mixed Chorus ANTHONY CHARLES ZUGAY College Preparatory "Nitz" "That's nothin' but tough!" Our little historian . . . He really knows how to make spirits .. . Who exploded the gun powder in chemistry class? . . . attracts many admirers by his curly hair. Basketball, Intramural Basketball, Stu- dent Council, Yearbook Editorial Staff, Jr. Class Play. Student Teachers Seated, Mr. Bair. Standing, l. to r: Mr. Richwine, Mr. Wood. lass Colors Navy Blue and White Class Colors Rose and White CLASS OFFICERS Steelton Building, Seated, l. to r.: Mary Louise Lamke, Treasurerg Carol Stouffer, Secretary. Standing, l. to r.:Marlin Biesecker, Presidentg George Reider, Vice-President. Class Motto - "Out of schoo1's life, into life's school." Highspire Building, Seated, l. to r.: Jo Ann Zimmerman, Treasurerg Jane McElheny, Secretary. Standing, l. to r.: Donnilee Poligone, Financial Secretaryg Robert Crumling, Presidentg David Smith, Vice-President. Class Motto - "Today's work determines future success." Class Flower White Rose Class Flower Pink Carnation u-f--' .zs WWW 1 'Que Wh.. . KWH 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 50 . Sweigert 6 Cox 7 . Poligone 8 . Stimeling 9 . Gray 10 Herman . Berner McE1heny . Gross . Shields . Aungst Zimmerman . Brown . Smith . Stiles D. Lord Hoover Stevens Stouffer Bisset P. Sheridan J. Hopkins T. Crumling M. Biesecker G. Pohner J. Stroll a E H 4 5 1 Q i E Q 5 3 ,Q- Gues Meckley Knuth McNaughton Porr ts at M. Lamke's Party 5. W. Haas 8. R. Umholtz 11. W. Jones 6. J. Gersic 9. F. Leonhard 12. C. Brown 7. M. Kepner 10. J. Wormsley 13. A. Rhodes Slade . Bi6'S9Ck9I' .Tones Zugay edu 7 Why isn t he interested? We They're on their way to What are they waiting for wonder. practice. come and go through the S6 I wonde r lf they re lonely Cheer up, George Hurry or you'11 be late! The encore pleases. What has he found? SHI E' The play dlrector watches carefully We have plenty of tlme Prepare your asslgnment 'J i Best Actors and Actresses Most Studious Most Popular Standing, 1. to r.: J. Stroll, J. Her- Seated, 1. to r.: M. Biesecker, E. Standing, 1. to r.: R. Crumling, C man, A. Zugay, B. Verbos. Porr, M. L. Lamke, T. Ferguson, Stouffer, M. Biesecker, .T.McE1- R. Hoover. heny. Most Artistic Most Talkative Most Courteous Standing, 1. to r.: W. Bisset, 'IL Standing, 1. to r.: A. Rhodes, N. Standing, 1. to r.:W. Jones, J. Hop- Livingston, V. Goodling, A. Zim- Trace, M. Stevens, J. Herman. kins, M- L. Lamke, R. Stiles. lIl9I'II13.I'l. Who's Most Dependable Most Musical Seated, 1. to r.: M. Biesecker, D. Standing: 1- to I'-2 M. L. Lamke, T. Colver, V, Shields, M, L. Lamke- Ferguson, J. A. Zimmerman, L. Pickel. 54 Best Drivers Friendliest Seated, l. to r.: C. Brovm,.T. McDon- Standing, 1. to I'-2 G. Reider, C ald, D. Lord, M. L. Bongart. Stouffer, D. Poligone, D. Smith. Class Clowns Best Looking Best Dancers Standing, 1. to r.: B. Verbos, R. Standing, 1. to r.: C. Stouffer, R. Standing: 1- to 1'-2 P. Pacella, B. Moore, J. Fletcher, B. Aungst. Vorkapich, C. Berner, A. Williams. Sweigert, R. Lubic, A. Rhodes. Who Best Dressed MOSt Ath19tiC Standing, 1. to r.: C. Lawson, F. Standing: 1- to I'-I M- Bi9S6Ck61'. B. Leonhard, R. Lubic, T. Morris. V61'b0S. B- AungSt, R. Umholtz. DARK WIND KDRAMAJ Director - Miss Ruth Lee Deavor Stage Hands . . ONE OF US lMYSTERYl Director -Mrs. Lois Guistwhite Michael . . . . . Anthony Zugay Agatha . . . . . . Margaret Kepner Vernon . . . . . Edwin Bennett Ingrid . . . . Audrey Erwine Lettie . . . ......... Gertrude Pohner Freda .... ......... M ary Lou Bongart Prompters . . . . . Alice Morrett, Carol Stouffer Stage Hands . . . . . . Louis Szoboscan, Walter Stokes FOREVER JUDY QCOMEDYD Director - Mrs. Katharine Hoy Judy ........ Mr. Jackson . . . Amanda ...... Mrs. Jackson . . . . . Barry ....... Prompter . . . Stage Hand . . NurseBates... Gretchen Knuth Nurse Fleming . . ...... Judy Meckley Nurse Grayson . . .... Mary Louise Lamke Jerome Stevens . . ........ Martin Renninger Prompters .... . . . Ruth Gross, Nancy Trace . . Calvin Smith, John Dundoff . . . . Rita Lubic . . . . Donald Besic Barbara Verbos Mary Ann Petroif . . William Haas . . Jean Gersic George Reider i f wefwms R K BELLE OF THE WEST Miss Roseann Geferofi -Director Miss Judith King -Director Speedy Summers Boise Bess .... Handsom Harry . Sure-Shot Sam . . Alan Miller .... Mrs. I. M. Brown. . . Cussin' Cal . . . Carmen ...... Colorado Carrie Klondike Kittie . Seattle Sue .... Missouri Myrt . . Nevada Nettie . . Laramie Lou. . . Lou's boyfriend . . . Anthony Zugay . Barbara Verbos Robert Crumling . . Arthur Rhodes . . . Rodney Vorkapich . . Carol Stouifer . . . Joseph Stroll Mary Lou Bongart . Gretchen Knuth . . . . . Rita Lubic . . . . Jean Gersic . . . Judy Meckley Margaret Kepner . . . . Jean Gersic William H598 Nettie's boyfriend. .George Raider Myrt's boyfriend ..... Earl Stimelihg Western Winds Wormsley . . . Janice Wormsley Junior Class P LEAVE IT TO GRANDMA Miss Judith King - Director Mr. Victor Verbos -Director Victor Hayes . . . Martha Hayes . . . Grandma Norfleet Carol Hayes .... Herman Knox . . . Larry Tucker . . . Dolly ....... Abe Swift .... Nancy Foster . . . Steve Dawson . . . Beverly O'Day . . laqs . . . David Smith . Carol Limppo Barbara Aungst . . . Sallie Sitler . . . Roy Hoover . . Joseph Stroll . Janet Herman Robert Crumling Charlotte Berner . Robert Stiles Janie McElheny Senior Class Plaq Prompters Nancy Trace Patricia Sheridan Alice Morrett V S soft Secretaries and Attendance Officer Deep in thought Checking Biology notes Preparing the daily bulletin Semor Recognition Dag The teaching and administration of Steelton High School was in the capable hands of Seniors on Novem- ber 15, 1958. Parents and teachers were invited to the Home School for refreshments served by the Class of 1958. This page tells apicture-story of the efficiency of the Seniors as they performed teaching tasks that may aid in the choices of careers. f af? Checking daily agenda An apple for the teacher Explaining conjugation Seniors eating left-overs Faculty Football Team .. W. Burtner Left End fi, R R D. Ivey Left Guard xi' V V R. Stadulis Left Halfback Right End . . . Left End ..... Right Tackle . . . Left Tackle . . Right Guard . . Fullback . . . . - ff Q h , K M, H. Shotsberger orbock I " V Left Tackle Rlght Tackle J. 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Oh, that dear old Blue and White, That dear old Blue and White, That dear old Blue and White That Steelton Wore, It was ragged, it Was torn, For years it has been Worn, That dear old Blue and White That Steelton Wore. Oh, that dear old Blue and White, That dear old Blue and White, That dear old Blue and White That Steelton Wore, We shall Wear it to the top, No school shall make it drop, That dear old Blue and White That Steelton Wore. H.H.S. To thee We raise our voices, To thee, dear Highspire High, And our love for thee rejoices With the dearest, fondest tie, Our hearts no longer sever, For we no courage lack, But united stand forever 'Neath the Orange and the Black. As We leave these Walls behind us To enter life's great throng, May I-Iis blessings be upon us To show us right from wrong, We may banish care and sadness As we turn our memories back, And recall those days of gladness 'Neath the Orange and the Black. 5 W WXWW X CXQVQ W ff f I WW Z? I., , V J , A W f' Qi ACTIVITIES DEAN S OFFICE ATTENDANTS First Row, l. to r.: B. Weiser, M. Kepner, J. Meckley, M. A. Petroff, G. Knuth, M. Butler, Miss Buccieri. Second Row, 1. to r.: E. Pollard, R. Hester, J. Sims, J. Wormsley. Third Row, l. to r.: J. Semic, S. Lynn, J. Roach, M. Hester. Fourth Row, l. to r.: G. Clay, S. Reeves, E. Keim, C. Stickle. Fifth Row, l. to r.: S. Gingrich, M. Spiroff, L. Gray. Sixth Row, l. to r.: N. Yanich, J. Koviloif, K. Fries. F. T. A. CLUB Seated, l. to r.: J. Wormsley, E. Pollard, B. Donnell, N. Trace, S. Cox, Miss Buccieri. Standing, 1. to r.: L. Bensic, M. L. Lamke, G. Pohner, C. House, N. Mounds, Mr. Eisenhart. SR. LIBRARY CLUB First Row, seated, 1. to r.: B. Donnell, V. Goodling, E. Bender, M. Kepner, M. Spiroff, D. Bakarich. Second Row, seated, l. to r.: N. Yanich, J. McCann, Z. Vujasinovich, L. Chisholm, E. Herb, D. Yanich, K. Bazdar, N. Hiler, S. Gingrich. Standing,1. to r.: B. House, E. Keim, V. Crist, R. McArthur, L. Horvath, B. Lyles, E. Hurst, C. Mounds, R. Hester, D. Wiest, M. Prowell, B. Gross, C. Spinner, G. Wolfe, A. Hurst, Mrs. Downin. JR. LIBRARY CLUB First Row, seated, l. to r.: P. Furlan, V. Smith, J. McQuilkin, P. Owens, D. Fenicle, D. Neis. Second Row, seated, l. to r.: B. Klinger, L. Lawton, M. Dennis, J. Ball, L. Green, R. Mravich, M. E. Valencia, S. Belic. Third Row, standing, L. to r.: M. Hester, P. Brookin, S. Harlacher, M. Burger, J. Martin, G. Burger, P. Ciortan, S. Wagner, J. Doonan, Mrs. Downin. Fourth Row, standing, l. to r.: H. Smeltzer, B. Herb, D. Calhoun, R. Fetterhoff, S. Summers, C. Johnson, P. Finneran, R. Smith, H. Schonewolf. OFFICE MESSENGERS First Row, 1. to r.: Mrs. White, L. Bensic, P. Sheridan, G. Gray, R. Lubic, E. Bender. Second Row, 1. to r.: G. Pohner, E. Hurst, M. A. Petroff, J. Koch. Third Row, 1. to r.: K. Rohacek, G. Knuth, A. Hurst, J. Sims. FourthRow,1. to r.: L.Horvath, R. Brandt, P. Stickle, J. Milosevich. Fifth Row, 1. to r.: M. Shelle- hammer, D. Yanich, N. Yanich, C. Venesevich. Sixth Row, 1. to r.: M. Prowell, R. Mravich, M. E. Velencia, N. Velencia. Seventh Row, 1. to r.: P. Grenkevich, N. Miller, S. Pisle, C. Stickle, P. Burger. Eighth Row, 1. to r.: D. Kepner, G. Clay, L. Gray, J. Sacca, D. Kable. SERVICE DESK ATTENDANTS was . First Row, 1. to r.: Mrs. White, J. Wormsley, G. Knuth, B. Weiser, P. Stickle. Second Row, 1. to r.: R. Howard, N. Martin, A. Hurst, N. Yanich. Third Row, 1. to r.: S. Wagner, J. Semic, S. Lynn, C. Stickle. Fourth Row, 1. to r.: L. Horvath, R. Brandt, E. Keim, G. Milakovic. Fifth Row, 1. to r.: M. Burger, D. Fenicle, S. Belic, J. Ball. Sixth Row, 1. to r.: I. Martin, M. Sacca. E. Hawkins, J.Spiroff. Seventh Row, 1. to r.: D. Hess, S. Chortanoff, L. Green, C. Hartman. GIRLS ATHLETIC CLUB Y Center, 1. to r.: S. Os1ansky,C. Stouffer,J. Meckley. Kneeling, 1. to r.: M. I... Bongart, J. Semic, N. Martin, R. Lubic, P. Eck1er,J. Thompson, K. Minnich, B. Weaver, P. Burger, R. Brandt. Standing, l. to r.: L. Keim, J. McCann, B. Veigle, B. Verbos, G. Gray, D. Heckert, B. Aungst, C. Berner, D. Koncar, E. Orbock, J. McE1heny. USL-IERS Q., 'Q-'G' L. to r.: R. Gross, E. Pollard, G. Gray, B. Weiser, V. Shields. MAJORETTES Standing, 1. to r.: K. Fries, G. Wolf, S. Oslansky, R. Fetterhoff, J. Nickle, L. Schaffner, A. Erwine, M. Klein, M. Spiroff. Kneeling, 1. to r.: P. Eckler, G. Knuth. COLOR GUARD Kneeling, 1. to r.: R. A. Hawkins,H.Pis1e, S. Reeves, R. Logan. Standing, 1. to r.: M. Clouser, A. Boisvert, L. Bensic, C. Berner, S. Myers, N. Trace, C. Daniels, C. Morgan. CHEERLEADERS L. to r.: D. Schroll, J. Semic, C. Stouffer, S. Waltermyer, N. Martin, M. L. Bongart, M. A. Petroff. Center: R. Lubic. JR. HIGH CHEERLEADERS Kneeling, 1. to r.: D. Benton, N. Umholtz, L. Pacella. Standing, 1. to r.: C. Ehrisman, P. Burger, P. Koncar, H. Matjasic., STRING ENSEMBLE First Row, 1. to r.: G. Radosinovich, M. Shatto, N. Trace, S. Pisle, E. Barisch, C. Mounds, T. Ferguson, Mr. Hoerner. Second Row, 1. to r.: V. Crist, W. Blumenstine, B. Gross, D. Radosinovich. ORCHESTRA First Row, 1. to r.: E. Barisch, C. Mounds, S. Pisle, N. Trace, M. Shatto, G. Radosinovich, B. Gross, D. Radosinovich. Second Row, 1. to r.:S. Wagner, J. Shellhammer, W. Blumenstine, T. Ferguson, C. Stroud, M. L. Lamke, Mr. Hoerner. Third Row, 1. to r.: G. Kapp, J. Miller, M. Bongart, S. West, H. Schonewoli, M. Ryan, S. Gingrich, E. Bender, V. Crist. CHESS CLUB Q I Seated, l. to r.: H. Derr, M. Bongart, W. Capello, J. Fries, R. Viegle, P. Michailowski, D. Kable. First Row, 1. to r.: M. Nye, P. Cuddy, G. Fairall. Second Row, 1. to r.: J. Morrison, W. Colver, W. Donovan. Last Row, 1. to r.: Mr. Nisley, E. deChamp1ain, H. Wigand, R. Raver, H. Myers, H. Schonewoli, W. Lilley, R. Smith, P. Finneran, C. Colver, Mr. Ivey. ART CLUB Seated, First Row, 1. to r.: R. Veigle, J. Fries, L. Seiders, C. Hartman, S. Trout. Seated, Second Row, 1. to r.: R. Coleman, P. Taleff, R. Bazdar, V. Smith, B. Klinger, D. Kable, S. Belic, S. Silver, K. Rohacek, P. Furlan. Seated, Third Row, 1. to r.: P. Ciortan, N. Miller, W. Hanna, N. Coy, T. Righter, H. Smeltzer, I. Zellers. Standing, First Row, l. to r.: K. Henry, Mr. Nisley, L. Wright, Mrs. Freeland, W. Hawkins, L. Taylor, W. Lilley, R. Orbock,T.Cade, C. Johnson, S. Seiders, D. Rebok, E. Roland, S. Funk, L. Deibler, E. M. Douglass, C. House, L. Neal, P. Brookin. Standing, Second Row, 1. to r.: P. Nash, P. Finneran, P. Michailowski, J. Paine, T. Najdek, H. Wigand, V. Bressler. REFRESHMENT STAND HELPERS First Row, 1. to r.: E. Herb, B. Day, D. Yanich, P. Sheridan, A. Morrett, J. Matthews. Second Row, 1. to r.: K. Bazdar, R. Mravich, M. Mentzer, J. Gersic, J. Sacca, J. McCa.nn, N. Yzmich. Third Row, 1. to r.: N. Hiler, B. Gross, L. Gray, M. Krahling, J. Spink, J. Morrett. Fourth Row: Mr. Ivey. PROGRAM SELLERS Left, top to bot.: M. Sacca, P. Burger, M. Shellehammer. Right, top to bot.: N. Stevens, C. Reiner, S. Seiders. Center, 1. to r.:. D. Whartenby, E. Lutz. CAMERA CLUB Seated, First Row, 1. to r.: V. Crist, J. Sernic, D. Koncar, M. Prowell, M. L. Bongart, J. Meckley, M. A. Petroff. Second Row, 1. to r.:. N. Velencia, D. Heckert, G. Brodnick, M.Klein, N. Herr, W. Blumenstine. Standing, 1. to r.: Mr. Shatto, M. Cordas, J. Mueller, T. Balsbaugh, W. Haas, T. Livingston, G. Reider, R. Vorkapich. AUDIO VISUAL CLUB Seated, L. to r.: T. Balsbaugh, B. DeMarco, T. Kendall, C. Smith. Standing, l. to r.: T. Ferguson, R. Lilley, R. Matio, B. Scott, E. Bennett, Mr. Balsbaugh. SAEETI' COUNCIL Seated at table, 1. to r.:G. Gray, A. Erwine, L. Bensic, V. Goodling. First Row, 1. to r.: N. Martin, S. Lynn, D. A. Cox, L. Cox, N. Trace, M. A. Petroff, M. Kepner, R. Gross, D. Whartenby, M. Shellehammer, P. Burger. Second Row, 1. to r.: P. Long, R. Jones, D. Besic, J. Branoff, T. Livingston, A. Rhodes, M. Filepas, L. Gray, M. A. Ford, S. Reeves, Mr. Orndorff. SOCIAL SERVICE CLUB First Row, 1. to r.: Mrs. Whitman, M. L. Bongart, S. Lynn, L. Keim, S. Reeves. 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JL Varsug Squad First row, 1. to r.: T. Clark, M. Buser, R. Beistline, J. Thomas, C. Lopatic, C. Shrauder, R. Heefner, E. Heyward, J. Yinger. Second row, l. to r.: S. Kolarac, J. Blanch, R. Guerissi, C. Lawton, G. Hilliard, E. Johnson, C. Lutz, R. Maravich. Third row, 1. to r.: R. Welker, W. Morgan, N. Vorkapich, S. James, D. Maronic, D. Thompson, R. Neis, J. Szekeres, C. Shadel. Fourth row, l. to r.: E. Miller, R. Szekeres, J. Benkovic, C. Drayer, J. Hanzel, P. Dunlap, R. Philips, R. Leader, S. Koncar, O. Lambright. Fifth row, l. to r.: W. Trace, B. Beistline, R. Evans, A. DeMorro, G. Stepanovic, D. Maljevac, C. Hoffman. Sixth row, l. to r.: Dr. Silver, Mr. Lehman, Mr. Koons, Mr. Stadulis, Mr. Dapp. Edwin "Sky" Bennett William 'Wolf' Banks Marlin 'Beanie' Biesecker Isaac 'Zeke' Johnstone R0dI1ey 'Pork' Vorkapich Frank 'Liber' Michtich Robert 'Mus' Willis In George "Gregor" Reider John "Johnny" Spann William "Bill' Haas William 'Jonesy' Jones Richard 'Deacon' Umholtz Charles "SkiP" BPOWH STARS The games between Steel-High and Bethlehem, Steel-High and William Penn, and Steel-High and Lancaster were canceled because of the influenza epidemic. Steel- Steel Steel- Steel- Steel- -High Steel Steel- Schedule l957 High High High High High High Williamsport 21 Reading 13 Central Dauphin 6 York 14 John Harris 0 Lebanon 7 Milton Hershey 7 Varsuu BasketbaH Squad First row, 1. to r.: W. Jones, W. Haas, G. Wrightstone, M. Biesecker, R. Umholtz, J. Chisholm. Second row, 1. to r.: Mr. Koons, Dr. Silver, J. Deibler, E. Hoffman, J. Reich, A. Smith, J. Fowl, M. Buser, Mr. Lange. 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SNYDER 611 North Cameron St. Harrisburg, Pennsylvania Plumbing - Heating Contractor Plumbing - Heating - Oil Heat- Gas Heat- Baseboard Heat K I Ei? were 'H 'vc b i j STEELTON LlON'S CLUB "Service to the Community" WEST SIDE MOTHERS' CLUB ia 1 ' Phone we 9-5909 -22 . S 0 JUST R'G"'T C0- :-212 x - 3 , Q .' D ff S I ' ' - E X C 'T Plumbing 81 Heating Plumbing Fixtures-Heating Rug 8s Carpet Repair ""' Equipment and Appliances Binding - Reweaving - Installation Vphgug ,lliz tt,Z,h U "'i I 'Vi' li' Grant M. Womer, Pr0P. Phone: WE 9-2135 GEHRET STUDIO Portrait--Commercial Formal and Candid Weddings 136 South Front Street Steelton, Pennsylvania Phone: WE 9-2061 I M ORTUARY .5 JOSEPH A. WIEDEMAN FUNERAL DIRECTOR Phone: WE 9-234-4- 357 South Second Street Steelton, Pennsylvania DUNDOFF'S FOOD MARKET VASIL DUNDOFF, Prop. Meats, Groceries, Frozen Foods Steelton, Pennsylvania 5' O I 0' ' i --"5 rfffo-,s , 'opt' 65342.02 QI 231-233 Main Street Phone: WE 9-5604 X I X 8' Fw 4,90 5 D STUCK UP ,D '7 A 2? .lt N, J 2' . ,,,r'- 0 3' RA Pe' X A E E , Ilgfpi iiu E uuii xy Y I W W fl i "'1 5 1 ., ,,-f--- , or1f2222f asncslif-zigiifff: .,-4f iii .i A - - -I 1 --- ' i i X f n,i 2 D o.i -rir 'E he "ll-I2-1-'P P K ----E ,, ' " . . ,,.,, ,.4:.:::,:': l ,, ,, GEFERUFINS SELF-SERVICE FOOD l MARKET TM- Fresh Produce and Meals Eat' 'J-3?".g-A ' 'E i 503 South second sm-em 4- - 3 Steelton, Pennsylvania -N P RAY'S CUNFECTIONERY Phone: WE 9-6035 HUFFMAN man sms, mc. M "THE urns DEALER wrrH THE BIG DEALS" -SEE THE 'FABULOUS NEW FORDS- 'Am' SALES WITH SERVICE 427 SECOND STREET, HIGHSPIRE Amoco and MOUNTED ROUTE, MIDDLETOWN s WE 9-9886 WISE'S if ,AMAQKIGNN ' L. F5 495 SERVECE Phone: WE 9-9285 Highspire, Penna. 'N ATLANTIC SERVICE STATION DAVID SHAFFER White House Lane HIGHSPIRE. PENNSYLVANIA Xt? n STRAUSS cmd BE D I IT DRIVE-IN 3 Miles East of Specicxlizin "You Nom LL, Proprietors Middletown - Route 230 g in SUBMARINES-SOFT ICE CREAM e It-It Makes It" 'J J fg! i Q I GRCSS HARDWARE DUPONT - AME Hunting IS mg License Phone: WE 9-6074 ROCK - WALL FIX F' h' License I-lighspire, Pa. 4 , - Steelton Trust Co. Building IIEALTURS C 5 15 North Front St.,Stee1ton,Pa. E81 6 THE CUMBLER AGENCY 'REAL ESTATE INSURANCE APPRAISALS TELEPHONES OFF-WE95105 RES-WE93443 ROBERT H. CUMBLER, Realtor ELTON THEATRE 428 North Front' Street Sfeelton, Pennsylvania IOSEPH M. PEASE BARBER 579 South Second Street STEELTON, PENNSYLVANIA HOLTZMAN'S BAR B-Q DRIVE-IN Second G Ann Streets HIGHSPIRE. PENNSYLVANIA 73 Qui nel Qgeauh SIL Ein! STATE SHOE REPAIR J T cl J North Front Street ,I Q Q E A t.l:,:2,1,a vi' 2152 N. SEVENTH ST. Steelton 9.4 1'f"E7Ev:'f5' BY Appointment Only I .gflfiii-nl I n. J, " F ' V- Pennsylvama T Q7 , PHQNE EE e 4430 g' ..,-,,1,,1vT, ' DURNELIA E. I.. PAYNE r-memxseuns FA CHILDRENS WEAR STORK TRAIL SHOP 109 N. Front St. Steelton, Pennsylvania Phone: WE 9-9617 enke brook lF2NlA K. LANGLETZ EJClAl.:TrNl. TO 5 P.Nl. VVED., THURS., FPL When words fail . . . Say If With Flowers 3 TELEPHONE VVE 9-9614 yum MLW '94 Phone: WE 9-2990 379 Front sneer Ready Made Restyling Custom Made 250 South 2nd Street .. Steelton, Pa. Sfeelfon, Pennsylvania S T E E L T 0 N HARDWARE COMPANY Steelton, Pennsylvania Hardware Housewares Plumbing Supplies 13 North Front Street Phone: WE 9-3346 Sherwin-Williams Paints ARNOLD ELECTRIC 4 North Union Street MIDDLETOWN, PENNSYLVANIA Phone: WI-I 4-9423 . appliance S 55222215 gg N ,K HW gif 'P V 1 5 Y - eo 0,0 fe FRANK and LOU'S M E L M A N ' S Ladies' Wear 5 South Union Street MIDDLETOWN, PENNSYLVANIA Phone: WH 4-3421 112 :2,f'fi.,.gi. 'ftgtf' I V, ax .V zQ,ggg..111: - Wai A Q 12 .mf - ig 3 0. f '1 Ja Q!! sa ROTHS Furniture Stores 29 South Union Street MIDDLETOWN, PENNSYLVANIA ACROSS FROM THE POST OFFICE -.-. -, ,WYE NYY t. 1' ' f::2.:4-wEAvER,sf-1'- 1 i HI! F' ,'JQI.'JTL11I21iIE1ELililA li A t' .........,q.1.'t.... ,.... t.. if All Hgh- WEAVER NORTH AMERICAN VAN LINES, INC. World Wide Movers X-RAY - NEUROCALOGRAPH NEUROCALOMETER DR. S. R. ZIVANOVICH cnmopsacron 44 South Zricl Street , , Steelton, Pa. Office Hours by Appointment Only Telephone WE' 9-5401. JOHN P. SOUTNER ' - -if . ' ' 3 -5+-r 1, -a-7-sign--rt . SSW-pp 030,110.5 .- ' X . sg fi 'E 'E 5 l f iid'--f'5i51 N Groceries - Fresh Meats - Produce Second and Swatara Streets Steelton, Pennsylvania Phone: WE 9-9280 Free Delivery YORK CORRUGATING CO. 65 S. Tenth St. Harrisburg, Pennsylvania Plumbing-Heating 81 Sheeting Supplies SAM BRECKENRIDGE 202 North Street Harrisburg, Pennsylvania Insurance of All Kinds Office: CE 8-1729 Residence: WE 9-2146 CITY CLEANERS 2400 Derry Street Harrisburg, Pennsylvania Phone: CE 4-5941 'WWW WEDDING ANNOUNCEMENTS HECKERT'S PRINTERY Publishers of the Building Bulletin Telephones: WE 9-3202g WE 9-46965 CE 2-7719 6 West Locust Street Steelton, Pennsylvania GOLES GROCERY ' ff 227 south sixth sneer ,5:55f' - fgq, Sfeelton, Pennsylvania Free Delivel'Y iuiu 211111121111 ""l Phone : WE 9-2514 ROYER'S GULF SERVICE Eisenhower Boulevard HARRISBURG. PA. Lubr catlon T1res Washlng O11 Change Motor Tune-Up Wheel Balancing Sim n1z1ng Bob's Esso Service Second and Paxton Streets I-lighspire, Penna. Phone: WE 9-9225 Pck-up and Delivery Service i 'ff'jfei,1ffffEfQ f wfgeewg i in f ei X i x XJ FZ? Y Mi 1- .W if 7-1- . BROWINVS RESTAURANT excellent design skilled craftsmanship superb quality RINGS PINS MEDALS CHARMS CUPS PLAQUES TROPHIES YOUR CLASS JEWELER E , MANUFACTURING -IEWHEP5 l nlfcfsllkliclusl Bosrou - 17 IUHN STREET, NEW YORK 8.N.Y. - Pnovlue l. -- A J QQE Q ,M H. B. BLAKER at SON ii gg . gr-fy 1' Roofing i All P Spouting .AA, ,gran--fe - liiflxrre ' X5 N Y Tffiw X Steelton, Pennsylvania i t' ' ,gg fy . T71 Illl t lair, y . 14' J. Thomas Rlchardson .YA : Funeral Director ' 9 - 4- LAMKE'S Your Neighborhood 118 North Front Street Corner Store 555 N. Second St. elton, Pennsylvania Steelton, Pennsylvania Ste H. A. HARTMAN at soN I5-www ! l rg M i P ij "' Movin 'k Packing 116 Steelton, Pennsylvania F and S Electronics RADIO .:. TELEVISION Sales and Service 178 Second Street HIGHSPIRE, PA. Phone: WE 9-6483 X X ZELLER'S Superior POTATO CHIPS BAR-B-O CHIPS I, fix EDDIE CONDOR'S Q, ASQ 50 . SPAGHETT1 cmd PIZZA I PPII IIPI cI.cSPIPcPIc I I SISII PSIIPI a Specialty 61 Second Street HIGHSPIRE, PA. Phone: WE 9-9251 I " E 1 V 1 RITTLE'S SELF-SERVICE 542 Second Street HIGHSPIRE. PA. BROOKSIDE DINER 2000 Feet from Harrisburg East Tumpike Interchange on Route 230 By-Pass Come dine with us anytime, always open T-BONE STEAKS OUR SPECIALTY BREAKFAST PLATTERS - DINNERS CN Ca. .. JT X1 S v 'fa 'Ti P H ACHENBACH'S PHARMACY 200 Second Street HIGHSPIRE. PA. EH--A UV .' ., 2- G 1 1 Il Q ii ' Home RANCH Mom. EBERSOLE'S On the 230 By-Pass GULF SERVICE Route 230 By-Pass HIGHSPIRE. PA. HIGHSPIRE. PA. IOHN I. VERBOS fm' ,xt E 15101241 v'. Phone: W E 9-7011 GENERAL INSURANCE l 1 "Complete Protection" , S 842 South Second Street CMI-EQUTHES 2 s'rEE1.'roN, PENNSYLVANIA 1,,,,,.g - TAILOR SHOP and AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT S FABMCS HABERDASHERY WIND STORM FIDELITY AND ?,,"g ISXIEIIEEJAYNIEIONDS Aff- I:1O1'I1'lCt1 RGIIICIIS HEALTH PLATE GLASS Q 2 Alterations and Repairs PUBLIC LIABILITY TORNADO BURGLARY FIRE Phone. WE 9 9738 8 So Front St. Steelton. Pa. SIMONIC BROS. Guaranteed ODORLESS DRY CLEANING 833 North Front Street STEELTON, PA. Phone: WE 9-4141 GEORGE KROSNAR ELIAS 1VlII..O Phone: MAR'rz's TAVERN X3 Iohnny and George , , Q G I DELICIOUS FOOD 349 North Front Street STEELTON. PA. WE 9-9261 ELECTRIC SERVICE 6: MACI-IIN'E CO. Incorporated ELECTRIC MOTOR REPAIR Shops and Office 760-770 North Front Street STEELTON, PA. Phone: WE 9-9873 GORNIK'S CAFE Front 6. Chestnut Streets STEELTON. PA. STEELTON BEVERAGE DISTRIBUTOR "'- ..,,- -.- - ,..,-, --o X VIENNA BREAD KORDUN BAKERY 3rd 6. Washington Streets STEELTON. PA. Vienna Bread Rye Bread Buns Reg. Penna. Dept. Agr. Y "Sweetest Story Ever Told" FA Nl 0 U S KNIC-Bl-lT'S Cl-IOCOLATES "Speaks for Itself" 222 BROAD STREET HIGHSPIRE PA B E I S T L I N E ' S STEELTON. PENNSYLVANIA DOMESTICS - TOYS - APPLIANCES - GIFTS ALLEN cmd IOHN, Proprietors 3 QM JN 0. D. BOGAR uk- 172 8 CO. I - M V' 'M ' ,575 Zf : 5.5. .1 , XXI Q 'E Iliff I il . ll " I I 'II I UE: " K ll - 5 111 ll I ll Q Lumber and Mill Work -iT. Hardware Insulation STEELTON ITALIAN CLUB Steehon, Pennsylvania Phone: WE 9-9835 KEEP HEALTHY Hove Teeth Checked Twice a Year I e e 0 .K Q . Weddings, Corsages, Funeral Designs, Bouquets, Potted Plants BRUAWWS FLOWERS 244-7 South Front Street Steelton, Pennsylvania Seven Lines of Pottery Constellite Candles Candellite Flower Holders Members F. T. D. 5 THE IDEAL JEWELRY STORE 29-31 North Front Street Steelton, Pennsylvania WEAVER'S RUG CLEANERS Rug and Furniture Shampooing Department of ' ' Geo. W. Weaver 81 Son, Inc. Moving and Storage r A A 4 , ., . ,,r,rr , 'r,, P H , r-1- , f'.4,w I . -- A ,.,,..: fl : , ' -fx. N v m - . ,N . I VL, "-7 ,1 , , ,, .fn .g,i ,,., -ti",-'-' - 5 ' Nw . . .-X. ,nr-4:-lf" . .. I' 4,4 ,H +-bww., ,My 4 , fu, -. N,, !,.r,g3 fr V H.. j??r?H,, 51 --P:-S54-'Q 41,'h."'kv" 4, ,-2,1-3351 qi, , K 4 +I ' ,'n' rp. M . it '5i'f"3f?l'w: , 3, 1 S B . .. i I 1 1 l 0 A I - ' ,1.'- ' ., If . Q ' S S .457 ' Salam ,' V , t ,FN 7 X x . 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I8 91 ALWAYS BACKING THE SCHOOL A if '3'?1'M,1 2 4' ' M' '-r' "Lv , ,- fmhisw A A A A 5 A f A A STEELTON PARENT-TEACHER A SSOCIATION h , 5:-.1,., p I- g-T4 JY44 r If rv- L U rg H'-X9 X' A E : ' - I Q' - L I-if-E: '-Tae? 'X' ' 123 C Higgins' Maricei: M if INE Focus X , , 1? MW Hememede Homemade 3 I Ring Bologna s euee gee Ph F DI y Q one: WE 9-5lI7 m,1em THE WHEATENA CORPORATION Highspire Flour Mills Division High pie, Pennsylvan If It's Service You Want -- Call at MlLLICENT'S BEAUTY SALON Our Reputation Stands on Merit Phone: WE 9-4071 177 South Front St., Steelton, Pennsylvania ROZY'S AUTO SALES Louis M. Rozman C451 620 N. Front St. Steelton, Pa. Phone: WE 9-64161 All Cars Guaranteed MORRISON'S SHOE STORE 19 North Front Street Steelton, Pennsylvania Phone: WE 9-3431 Open Evenings SINGER BROTHERS 41 North Front Street Steelton, Pennsylvania ABE SINGER HERMAN SINGER xf- LaVIA'S JEWELRY X STORE if KELLEY 8. SAM'S BARBER SHOP THE BARRY BOYS X 1 N GATEWAY HOTEL , '11 "'1','l RESTAURANT 1' Q Aulohsupplles RSX I-EF! 198 s th r f si 1 ' 43 Soul' Front Sf. F ou 'on 'ee Steehon I Pennsylvania STEELTON, PENNSYLVANIA I 1.545 'fir 9 ORTH S BAKERY DOCTOR I-IREN Kg T i 11 South Front Street J ,Q fa CLASS OF 1943 f Steelton, Pennsylvania PORR'S DRUG STORE 147 North Front Street STEELTON, PENNSYLVANIA - il S f Phone: WE 9-9685 F11 Steelton Shoe Fair Formerly Pete's Cut Rate Shoe Store LOWER PRICED SHOES for the ENTIRE FAMILY 167 South Front Street Phone WE 9-4963 Open Daily 9:30 an to 9 pm .vu- A Q 'f,' SAMUEL'S MEN AND BOYS STORE . I 23 South Front Street 7 A Xi Steelton, Pennsylvania X .1 N- 6 WEBSTER 9-9589 W " W5 MAKE 'EM SHINE B O B B A I L E Y MAINTENANCE SERVICE AND CONSULTANT 323 Lancaster Street . . Steelton, Pa. Consultation Free Asphalt T le Floors . Hardwood Floors . Terrazzo Floors . Vinyl Floors Linoleum . Cork . Concrete Seal . Walls . Windows P. 8: J. SELF SERVICE MARKET Free Delivery Phone WE 9-9883 atqvtn 237 North Front St, A-M0166 Steelton, Pennsylvania MDDRES PROMPT CLEANERS CLEANING - REPMRING - AL1':nA'rluNs azi u.r:aANnN sv BTEELTDN' ,A Fan sr:'r'r:n CLEANING Pau-I WE- 9-2194 S dl e I 5 we Qi P Wi l -so 1 PE H b gP b k P yl It , - J -A V , BUSHEY BUS SERVICE Phone: CE 2-7147 UNITED STEELWORKERS OF AMERICA C. l. 0. Local 1688 Local Union Office and Meeting Hall Front and Pine Ste. Steelton, Pennsylvania Phone: WE 9-3201 lYl F dS S RCA SUNBEAM HO'I'POINT SALES and SERVICE 219 Second Street HIGHSPIRE. PENNSYLVANIA Phone: WE 9-2078 AUSTIN S. HEICHER COLUMBA'S BEAUTY SHOP 183 Second Street HIGHSPIRE. PENNSYLVANIA McCAULEY'S T. HENDRICKS THE STORE AT YOUR DOOR 9 Boop Street HIGHSPIRE, PENNSYLVANIA FRUITS - VEGETABLES - SEAFOOD FROSTED FOODS - FRUIT BASKETS Phone: WE 9-3525 George P. McLaren Texaco Service Second ancl Ligan Streets HIGHSPIRE, PA. Lubrication Phone: WE 9-9210 Oil Changing Washing l-lighspire l-lotel 3Ol Seconcl Street l'llGl'lSPlRE, PA. Route 230 Beer Wine Liquor Sea Foocl Room Service Dancing BlTTING'S sl-:OE STORE The Finest in Shoes HIGHSPIRE, PA. CARVEL Ice cREAM Party Cakes l-ll6l-ISPIRE Phone: WE 9-92149 Dintiman's Body Shop Wreclced Cars Rebuilt Bear Frame and Front End Alignment Wheel Balancing East End ol: Highspire Phone: WE 9-lH2ll- FRANK B, ERTL Harrisburg Garment and Safe-Way Cleaners and Dyers 518 North Second Street Harrisburg, Pennsylvania Phone CE 4-4011 4-WAN! '9wAN'frs- . K 1 'ff K Q' -1- A 4? THE KIWANIS CLUB 0F STEELTON ,f,,. .. A, 'NA' WAN Q .ex V IG F. 55' .1 1-1 -I 11- K 1 5 8 .sf digg? or 6? 61" NAYXO 'I QNATX 91 , , ,1a,, 9911 ELT! I I l 'i,7 ','. 1 ,-.Lf ,-r1'5Qii.:r, ' - ' 1 ' :i" lk,',,, 61 . 46:28 ' 9 4 . I s V I Z ' Q-: Q - ' . 5 4 ' ,. u '1 2 , ,, 1 ef,e 1 L 1e 1 rife "Good Lu ck SteamrolIers" . ', k-". 1't' W ' is ffiije t i f reeia A f From II ::ff '5 f if 1 'Z ffiqsi , 0 iirr iiti f 11,, iii-L Jack Hooper Bob Yanlch F rrta ,e...... U ittt X 1 "Your Radio Friends" 0 0 Wi 'fb' J 6 , TX Q ,J ff 52:11, I .-:1f3:5:f:3:5f?fEgEE:- , - , , 1 v ' -:f:f:f:f:fgfg:-:-'- 0' . 0' , 'fc 'iff ,- -f Q:ff.ff.f fl f - N. ' ,Q--N. ak ff: 14' 'f Q". fm S K an d :me It u ll Everything for Sports Headquarters for ICE SKATES AND HOCKEY TICKETS "Play More and Live Longer" ATHLETICIOUTFITTERS 3:3 Markefsfreef HARRISBURG, PA. lglg., E' A"-"W-' T KH as i Q? " S E A FRIEND I-IENRY MARTZ 434 Spruce Street STEELTON. PENNSYLVANIA Phone: WE 9-2939 BUILDING CONTRACTOR ee VETERANS of FOREIGN WARS Post 710 747 North Front Street Steelton, Pennsylvania Central Pennsy1vania's Most Honored Milk 4,1 No need to shop around just one stop at get-lEvRoLE1'f A EFI 'Tl g i v e s y o u e best deal in town Front S+. at Turnpike Bridge STEELTON, PA. WE 9-98OI PennsyIvania's Fastest Growing Chevrolet Dealer , it t 1 A 4 R f 'gill KZJJXKL F J X F 5, 2 I 'lf' 4 Q fbi' 6 LK Egg? Welcome to Steelton's Newest Lodge Home LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE Number 382 ARNDT'S ESSO SERVICE CENTER Front 8. Trewick Streets Steelton, Pennsylvania Phone: we 9-9128 EAST END CAFE "Where Sports Are Always Discussed" GOOD FOOD 831 S. Front Street STEELTON, PENNSYLVANIA KENNEDY' S GROCE RY STORE 26 South Fourth Street Steelton, Pennsylvania IN'I'RERI ELECTRONICS SALES and SERVICE 121 South Front Street STEELTON, PENNSYLVANIA Phone: WE 9-0762 VANCE'S 101 South Front St. Steelton, Pennsylvania Phone: WE 9-3075 MEATS - GROCERIES - FROZEN FOODS BERNARDO'S HOBBY SHOP 2 South Front Street STEELTON. PENNSYLVANIA , 2 ACME MARKET A s X .Il 11:-. ' North Front Street Steelton, Pennsylvania RIGHTER'S GROCERY STORE 2553 South Third Street STEELTON, PENNSYLVANIA "WE AIM TO PLEASE" Phone: WE 9-9845 "We aim to please" Phone: WE 9-4038 SPIZZIRRPS MEATS - GROCERIES I. B. MUELLER CAFE 581 S. Second Street STEELTON, PENNSYLVANIA MODERN BARBER SHOP THEODORE YANCHULEFF, Proprietor 112 N. Front Street STEELTON, PENNSYLVANIA Phone: WE 9-5413 FRONT S'I'REET RESTAURANT 175 North Front Street STEELTON, PENNSYLVANIA LAWRENCE ECKELS MEATS AND GROCERIES 201 North Front Street Steelton, Pennsylvania Phone: WE 9-3585 CITIZEN FIRE COMPANY Front G Pine Streets STEELTON, PENNSYLVANIA K and B LUNCHEONETTE Front and Mohn Streets Light Lunch - Toys - School Supplies PAXTANT HOOK 6: LADDER North Front Street STEELTON, PENNSYLVANIA 3 THOMPSON COLLEGE f- 'ay ACCOUNTING 8 SECRETARIAL J S S BUSINESS COURSES 4 M. Day or Evening 18 North Fourth Street Harrisburg, Pennsylvania Phone: CE 4-0258 Lee- C. Wilt and Sharon Funeral Directors Wilt Allen O 112 North Harrisburg Street Steelton, Pennsylvania Kulyiyjl Nt M X f S if Sharon DR. J. K. LOEWEN DENTIST Phone: CE 8-8333 325 Market Street Harrisburg, Pennsylvania Diamond - Watches - Jewelry Gifts - Silver Hamilton, Elgin and Bulova Watches CHARLES E. SMITH "The Hill Jeweler" 23 South l3th Street Harrisburg, Pennsylvania BAKER 8t PRICE 16 .eff 2' . .., bjyl Jewelers lO7 North Second Street Harrisburg, Pennsylvania Phone: CE 2-8425 STEELTON MUSIC HOUSE 4-7 N. Front St. Steelton, Pennsylvania Bendix Home Laundry-Phono Records-Kelvinator Refrigerators-Sylvania-Zenith-Television Phone: WE 9-9884- MILAN YOVICICH MERCHANT TAILOR Pressing While You Wait 587 South Fourth Street Steelton, Pennsylvania Phone: WE 9-5196 V. C. PUGLIESE Class of 1926 YETTER'S GARDEN All Kinds of Beverages and Food 307 Myers St. Steelton, Pennsylvania R. A. PUGLIESE Class of 1936 'X' H ' BROWN'S POTATO CHIPS Distributor of BACHMAN'S PRETZELS DANUBE CAFE 704 South Second St. ?:iag Steelton, Pennsylvania Sileslllilf A Phone: WE 9-2674 ' ln Consistently Good Taste . . . , q,i'Jllg5hf,',' Ralph C. Eckel's Meat Market FFJJCPSQIQEJRSE 'QQ?z.tg3.5 Steelton, Pennsylvania 701 South Second Street Prix: ,ns Special Prices for Home Freezers '- ' 'l J' V ' Phone: WE 9-9825 Steelton, Pennsylvania Hub J It A SNACK I , I EAST END OR A I DINER CHARLES A. CROFF SACK lghgne INSURANCE x1l i-,., WE 3.5572 4 South Front Street Steelton, Pennsylvania Steelton, Pennsylvania Q HUMMEIJS DRUG STORE Q? U 189 South Front Street 223 vnomri Ki Steelton, Pennsylvania SERV 2 PEASE'S CUT RATE 358 North Front Street Steelton, Pennsylvania MITZE'S CAFE M. Y. Kovltorr, Prop. Main and Francis Streets All Kinds of Beverages - Food Phone: WE 9-9245 Steelton, Pennsylvania A FRIEND EEBITITBIII QCH. Egniglgf FUNERAL HOME O 0 Pi1one:. WE 9-5602 3l Second Street HIGHSPIRE, PA. li Mia LJ: lu X, I BARLEY'S l83 Second Street Highspire, Pa. Greeting Cards Toys Candies Magazines W TWIN-KISS Q ' ' DRIVE - IN Q. '-ff V DELICIOUS SANDWICHES , ROOT BEER IN FROSTED MUGS ICE CREAM CONES Two COLORS KLAIR'S TRY IT, TWO FLAVORS Sc to S1.00 Stores ONE CONE 213 Second Street HIGHSPIRE, PENNSYLVANIA NEW MERCHANDISE RECEIVED DAILY HIGHSPIRE. PENNSYLVANIA Phone: WE 9-4822 4' E X . R ' f + I N QW? DIAMONDS 15 egg ,x-, I X Elf I in , I K If Xi 4' xl H ,J 1 N ,tx X xhffl I. ' ,w x N. 1 f 'F .,. 4 QI f gwf V ERC Q A:-. A II , '21, V X ff Ag .v. , ,II P I -fx si "52??.Y2Q2a'1- xx 75:5 R It-f'?L , , - . O. xi-N +-kg 'N AMN , ' IEWELRY KLAHR'S IEWELERS SINCE 1885 WATCHES 25 S. Union Street MIDDLETOWN, PENNSYLVANIA wa,sq'L-. SILVERWARE RATCLIFF a. swARTz DMN" W 234 North Third Street ,M ,S ,,, O,, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania Hickev-Freeman HARRISBURG f Coco-Cola Bottling Customnzed Clothes Company Timely Clothes CE 4-4l5l 5162 EIQITIEIIN, Give Your Home ,fs Soeas Toa pl ,li v Y "l- the Fresh Sprmg LOOK! All It 'io' Ifm-Iwi' ROBERT A. CARRICATO U New Work - Remodeling ,I - A 2544 S. Fourth Street I. Ill? STEELTON, PENNSYLVANIA I-47 fl : S.: Phone: WE 9-4322 Free Estimates If sin-,-Q ' .- 'Hx 'ni--lg., l'And s'laysWHlTE : 'u. H Q l 7 5' BUILDING CONTRACTOR . ! ll 'gl' f 135 Q i Y . ,, 2 X l Qi fig STEELTON FLOWER SHOP Member of Florist Telegram Delivery Association Phone: WE 9-5123 Steelton, Pennsylvania PENNSYLVANIA SUPPLY COMPANY Transit-Mix Concrete Quality Building Materials 10h dMlb yS H b gP yl E LI C I C O CICO FOOD MARKET MEATS and GROCERIES ,gets fif,:t'1:'fV3'?'f' 'TW- Self - Service is il I ' 9 187 N. Front sneer to W - STEELTON, PENNSYLVANIA 'Nh W lat' q 4, rp I iff' vw' w, Y .5 Ur 1 "Nothing takes the place of Quality" Qgftgq, JOHN BRANDT Name Brand Clothes for Men Across from Peoples Bank Parking Lot 39 North Front Street in Steelton Open Wednesday, Thursday and Friday evenings'til Nine 'S ,fu 4 X 1 Q it av? ' N " if of L ...-,1 F. W. WOOLWORTH COMPANY 2l North Front Street Steelton, Pennsylvania STEVE J. SPORIK Roofing and Spouting Hot-Air Heating and Siding "We Guarantee Our Work" 638 North Front Street Steelton, Pennsylvania Phone: WE 9-2396 KELLY,S DRUG STORE 389 South Front Street Steelton, Pennsylvania Phone: WE 9-2720 ers RKET QW POLLECK'S FOOD STORE if FARINA morons 'N- Nw QS"-EI -w x!! xi?" PN- 1-::. f"f'f' f 3'1" a,'p'o, '33, 'I .I C' .g..! I 1 .1"?fi' "SUI-"v , 'f N A -',.o',n Jig!! . . 151.-1 H93 P Elini- "1fif' . 53:73 li-'gb f , -' HH!" "ZFX f :HHH I i b O U ..g.g'.g. PLY YI 0 U T - I1 " ' -0 Q "ofo::::p'i:'.'-1' Y A. QQ S gi..-1.-i. Ari .. EFA-- E A -N TE , I D i 1 I .. 1 -- , :N ' -' 750 North Front Street U 'rr-IE SPOT 169 N. Front Street STEELTON. PENNSYLVANIA Telephone WE 9-3975 Sales and Service CHAMP CLARK' Mgr' 4 "Learn the habit of thrift with a Savings Account at the HARRISBURG TRUST COMPANY, with convenient offices in Steelton and I-Iig1'1spire." 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