Upper Leacock High School - Leolette Yearbook (Leola, PA)
- Class of 1942
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Text from Pages 1 - 34 of the 1942 volume:
Published by Pupils of Upper Leacock High School
Literary Editor ..........
Art Editor ......
Sports Editor ---
Feature Editor ......
Circulation Editor ---
---- Eleanor Spangler
----- Anne Moorehouse
------- Ann Locher
----- Dale Keener
--- Russell Hillegass
-- .... Richard Bouder
Assistants to Circulation Editor
Business Manager .......... ........ R oseoe Miller
Assistants to Business Manager
C erald Reidenbaugh
------ --- Dorothy Esbenshade
. Mr. Ressel
President ..... ..... R oscoe Miller
Vice-President ..... ..... R ussell Hillegass
Secretary ..... .... D orothy Esbenshade
Treasurer - .... Eleanor Spangler
Royal Blue and Steel Gray
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Distinguishing characteristic-Her giggles.
Favorite expression-"That,s your businessw.
Favorite pastime+Coing to the movies.
Prized possession+Driver's license
Weakness-Dark wavy hair.
Reason for attending U. L. H. S.--To chaperon
Polly and "1vie".
Activities-Artisan Club f11P, Junior Play.
"Eff has efficiency plus brains,
As well as a lovely complexiong
Shoulrlnit these be enough for anyone
To gain for herself our affection?
Address-'Bird-in-Hand, R. D. 1, Pennsylvania
Favorite expression-'fWhy sure. What do you
Favorite pastime-Driving to ???'???
Ambition-President of U. S. A. for something
Prized possession-Driver's license.
Reason for attending U. L. H. S.-Ride on Dave's
ActiviliesgTyping Club 410-111, Science Club
Q9-121, Manager of Basketball Team f12l.
Morgan was quite richer,
Shakespeare had more fame,
But, in common greatness,
Allan gets acclaim.
BETTY LOU DUSSINGER
Niclcnam e-ulietty Lou
Distinguishing characteristic-4Red hair
Favorite pastime-Tooting the clarinet and ice
Prizecl possession-Cold locket.
Reason for attending U. L. H. S.-To increase
Activities-Senior Glee Club 1121 Orchestra
- 1123, Basketball Team 1121.
Crimson silk upon her heaflg
A crown upon ll queen,
Betty Louis a picture
Of beauty rarely seen.
Ni cknam eg'4C hickv
Distinguishing characteristic-Red hair and
Favorite expression--'4Ohl my goshv.
Favorite pastime-Swimming and ice-skating.
Prized possession--Vase collection.
Weakness-Vanilla ice cream.
Reason for attending U. L. H. 5.vTo talk to
Activities-Basketball team 110, 11, 121, School
Patrol 111, 121, Junior Play and Senior Play,
Dramatic Club 1101, Arts and Crafts Club
1121, Customs and Manners Club 1119, Class
Secretary 1123, Staff 111, 123.
Quiet and modest, "Chick's,' briefly flefinefl,
With beauty and brains uniquely combined:
For such II companion or such a friend
We fain. would wall: to journey's emi.
Favorite expression-"Hey l '7
Ambition-A baseball player.
Prized possession-A certain girl's picture.
Reason for attending U. L. H. S.-To get an
Activities-Electricity Club 1105, Baseball Team
"Bashful Buck", they call him,
The reason is quite plain,
His character is untarnishedg
May it always thus remain.
Favorite expression-"Holy Cats l "
Favorite pastime-Swimming and eating.
Ambition-to become a Pennsylvania Motor
Prized possession-DrivSr's license.
Weakness-Blondes, brunettes, and redheads. e
Reason for attending U. L. H. S.-For certain
Activities--Basketball 1125, Typing Club 1121,
Senior 'Play 1121. Z
Bob's a lad of high esteem
Who,s always full of cheer,
With joy and jestful jollity,
He makes a friend, sincere.
Distinguishing characteristic-Her slenderness.
WeaknessACraham cracker pies.
Reason for attending U. L. H. S.hTo get an edu-
Activities-Typing Club 1101, Clee Club 110, 11,
121, Customs and Manners Club 1111, Staff
111-121, Junior Play and Senior Play, Girls,
Clee Club 1121 .
1 LEON GRABILL
Distinguishing characteristic-Wavy hair.
Favorite expression-"Cheese and crackers".
Favorite pastime-Going to the movies.
Ambition-U. S. Postal Service.
Prized possession-wDriver's license.
Reason for attending U. L. H, S.-Pass the time.
Activities-Junior Play and Senior Play, Hobby
Lobby Club 1111, Baseball Team 111, 121,
, Travel Club 1121.
"Puss,' is always in the lead
Of anything he does,
Sa if you're ever in need of help,
.lust give old "Puss,, a "buzz',.
"Danica has an inquiring mind
That seeks zo learn all knowledgeg
Besel with jewels of talent,
We predict success at college.
Address-Bareville, R. D. 1, Pennsylvania
Favorite expression-"Skip itil.
Favorite pastime-Playing Piano.
Prized possession-Her Latin hook.
Reason for attending U. L. H. S.-To gmt an edu-
Activities-Clee Club f10, 11, 121, Typing Club
f10J, Vice-President 1101, Junior and Senior
Plays, Library Club 6125.
Gentle, sweet, and kind,
Like an angel in this clernense,
Glowing with rays of foyg
This is our Irene.
Address+Lancaster R. D. 5, Pennsylvania
Favorite pastime-Driving the 'L0lds".
Ambition--To join the H4 H Club".
Prized possession-Driver's license.
Reason for attending U. L. H. S.-To
Activities--Orchestra lt 10, 11 J .
Claude is a student
With a scientijic mind.
In physics and in chemistry
There are no others of his kind.
Distinguishing characteristic-Stubborn hair.
Favorite expression-"Was sagen Sie?'i
'Prized possession-Slide rule.
Reason for attending U. L. H. S.vTo pester girls.
Activities-Class President 1101, Vice-President
111, 121, Basketball Team 110, 11, 121, Or-
chestra 110, 11, 121, Clee Club 110, 11, 121,
Baseball 1111, Staff 111, 121, Typing Club
110, 111, Band 1121, Current Events Club 1121.
Like Barrymore and Burgess,
Clint Frank and Roosevelt,
Actor, poet, and leader,
Russelfs worth has been felt.
Distinguishing characteristic-Blue eyes.
Favorite expression-"Gee Whiz".
Favorite pastime---Listening to radio.
Prized possession-A certain jewelry set.
Weakness-Dixie cups and dark hair.
Reason for attending U. L. H. S.-fReceive
Activities--Girls' Clee Club 1121, Senior Glee
Club 1121, Senior Play.
Thereis comfort in her presence,
There,s cheer in every smileg
The senior class salutes you,
A nurse whoill be worthwhile.
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' DALE KEENER
Distinguishing characteristic-His laugh.
Prized possession-Driveris license.
Q W eakness-Chile con carne.
Reason for attending U. L. H. S.-To put in
Activities-Orchestra 110, 11, 121, Basketball
110, 11, 121, Glee Club 110, 11, 121, Typing
Club 110, 111, Staff 111, 121, Band 1121,
Baseball 111, 121, Patrol 1121, Junior and
Senior Plays, Travel Club 1121.
Dale is a jolly lazl,
Who excels in all forms of recreation
With keenness and frivolity,
He wins our admiration..
Distinguishing characteristic-Never on time. 1
Favorite expression--"Who wants to hear a joke?',
Ambition-Artist, poet, and playwright.
Prized possession-Mechanical drawing set.
Reason for attending U. L. H. S.-Therffs no
way out of it.
Activities-Typing Club 111, 121, Cartoonistis
Club 1101, Football Team 1101.
Ifmlaunted by calamities,
Abstroctefl not by woes,
W e predict success with swift progress,
As on through life Ben goes.
Favorite expression- "Watcha call it?"
Prized possession-Certain memories? ? ? ? ?
Reason for attending U. L. H. S.wTo associate
with fellow students.
Activities-Glee Club 110, 11, 121, Typing Club
1101, Customs and Manners Club 1111, Junior
and Senior Plays, Staff 111, 121, Patrol 111,
' 121, Girls' Glee Club 1121.
Verals so small, and so petite,
With a smile so friendly, and so sweet,
If you should search the whole world through,
You'll never find a friend so true.
CLAIR ROSCOE MILLER ' I
Address-Bird-in-H and, R. D. 1, Pennsylvania
Distinguishing characteristic-Pleasant smile.
Favorite expression--"Oh Goshi'
Favorite pastime--Reading new books.
Prized possession-Portable typewriter.
Reason for attending U. L. H. S.-There's no way
out of it.
Activities-Staff 1121, Hobby Lobby Club 1101,
Customs and Manners Club 1111, Travel Club
1121, Class President 111, 121, Junior and
Senior Plays, Patrol 110, 11, 121, Captain of
Patrol 111, 121. f
HRoss" is the male
'gStenog,, of the class
We hope he'll succeed
With his foot on. the gas.
Distinguishing characteristicw-Long hair.
Favorite expression-'gAsk me a question
Ambition-To be a reporter.
Weakness-The fair sex.
Reason for attending U. L. H. S.-To play bas-
Activities-Glee Club 1101, Hobby-Lobby Club
f111, Basketball K11, 121, Baseball fll, 121,
Junior and Senior Plays, Current Events Club
"facial, Parmer's the gay
Whom the girls think divineg
Good looks and clothes,
And boy, what a line!
Address-Bareville, R. D. 1, Pennsylvania
Distinguishing characteristic-Her smallness.
Favorite expression-'4You ain't kiddin'?H
Favorite pastime--Playing a piano.
Prized possession-Her comb
Reason for attending U. L. H. S.-To talk to
Activities-Typing Club f101, Orchestra 1101,
Junior Play, Cheerleader f121, Arts and Crafts
Club 1121, Staff 1121, Glee Club f10, 11,
Mary Ruoss is never vain.,
Neither is she stapidg
Many a swain has Mary slain
With the aid of Cupid.
Favorite expression-"All rightn.
Prized possession-Driver's license.
Weakness-A certain girl.
Reason for attending U. L. H. S.-To
Activities-Carving Club 1121.
Amos is quite a lad
W ho came to us this year,
Illany and many a school, he's triea'
And fortunately enrlerl here.
Ambition-To make something of life.
Distinguishing characteristic-Always changing
ride on the
PAULINE SNADER '
Favorite expression-"My Gosh".
Favorite pastime-Going to movies.
Prized possession-A certain bracelet.
Reason for attending U. 1.. H. S.-To talk to
Activities-'Hobby Lobby 1101, Artisan Club
1111, Arts and Crafts 1121, .lunior and Senior
Plays, Class Basketball Team 110, 11, 121. .
A twinkle in her eyes,
A sparkling smile, serene,
Dark brown hair, complexion fair,
Combined in sweet Pauline.
ELEANOR VIRGINIA SPANGLER
Addresswleancaster R. D. 5, Pennsylvania
Distinguishing characteristic-Sunny disposition.
Favorite expression-'fleepers I "
Favorite pastime-Swimming and dancing.
Reason for attending U. L. H. S.-To talk to
Activities-Customs and Manners Club 1111,
Junior and Senior Plays, Basketball Team
111, 121, Stall 111, 121, Clee Club 1121, Girls'
Glee Club 1121, Class Treasurer 1121, 'Patrol
Slow to resent, quick to amend,
Loyal to duty, classmate, and friend,
Steadfast and true, traits many more,
That is our own dear Eleanor.
.1 EANN E SPATZ '
N icknam e-"SpuIzie',
Address-Brownst own, Pennsylvania
Distinguishing characteristic-Her height.
Favorite expression-"Do you know what 1
Favorite pastime-Writing letters.
Ambition-To become a secretary.
Prized possession-A 'certain ring.
Reason for attending U. L. H. S.-To keep Mar-
Activities-Class Secretary 1101, Hobby Lobby
Club 1101, Basketball Team 110, 11, 121, Class
Treasurer 1111, Mathematics Club 1111, Staff
111, 121, Patrol 1121, Glee Club 1121, Arts
and Crafts Club 1121. :
A jolly laugh,
That's our Jean,
Through and through.
Favorite expression-c'Go0d goshlw
, Favorite pastime-Sports of all kinds.
Prized possession-Driver's license
Reason for attending U. L. H. S.-To get an edu-
ActivitiesfChef Club 1105, Hobby-Lobby Club
. 1115, Basketball 111, 125, Baseball 111, 125.
For Harold, wepre sure
There's a future aheadg
Weare proud of his efforts,
What more need be said?
MARJORIE WITMAN 'N ' ' A
Favorite expression-"Where's Jeanfll'
Favorite pastime-Driving the "Ford".
Prized possession-A Gruen Watch.
Weakness-The other sex.
Reason for attending U. L. H. S.-To pester Mr.
Activities-Typing Club 1105, Patrol 1125,
Library Club 1125, Junior and Senior Plays,
Secretary of Class 1115, Staff 1125, - Q
Margie has been well supplied
With. talents enough for two.
Take care of yourself, class prodigy,
W e expect big things from you.
Best all-round student lfGirlJ Eleanor Spangler
Best all-round student f Boyj Russell Hillegass.
Most dependable fGirlJ Irene Groff.
Most dependable liBoyl Roscoe Miller.
Most bashful QGirll Betty Hoover.
Most bashful fBoyJ Allan Bewley.
Most pleasing personality CGirl,l Dorothy Esbenshade
Most pleasing personality fBoyl Roscoe Miller
Best musician fGirlJ Mary Ruoss.
Best musician fBoyl Dale Keener.
Most Beautiful fCirlJ Betty Lou Dussinger.
Most handsome fBoyfl John Parmer.
Best dressed CGirlj Dorothy Graybill.
Best dressed fBoyJ John Parmer.
Most likely to succeed fGirlfl lrene Groff.
Most likely to succeed lBoyJ -Russell Hillegass.
Most athletic fGirlj Mary Ruoss.
Most athletic LBoyID Russell Hillegass.
Most popular fGirlfl Eleanor Spangler.
Most popular fBoyl Russell Hillegass.
Class Juliet, Pauline Snader.
Class Romeo, Russell Hillegass.
Best entertainer fGirlfI Marjorie Wiitman
Best entertainer liBoyJ Benjamin Krouse
ln the autumn of 1938, thirty-five pupils enrolled for their fresh-
man year at Upper Leacock High School. They took delight in going
to school for the first day, because they were attending school in a
new school building which had just been erected. Several new teachers
had also been appointed. At the end of the year they discovered that
Erma Horst, Emerson Hogentogler, Dorothy Bailey, Harold Kreider,
Evelyn Saner, Amos Sands, Ruth Martin, Walter Herman, Leon Buck-
walter, Betty Weaver, and John Fierick decided to continue their work
September 1939 found twenty-six pupils ready to continue their
education in the tenth grade. One outstanding event of the Sophomore
year was a Hallowe'en party with the juniors and seniors. In May the
sophomores discovered that Robert Buch, Violet Kurtz, Ivan Landis,
Norma Musser, Miriam Myers, Morris Sauder, Franklin Waid, and
Elmer Weitkamp had left their ranks.
September 1940 found twenty-two juniors on the doorstep of Up-
per Leacock High School. During this year we presented the play
4'Sulphur and Molassesi' and entertained the seniors at a banquet. At
the end of this semester the juniors were sorry to lose Jane Eitnier and
After a longer than expected vacation, we entered U. L. as seniors.
We were glad to welcome into our class Betty Lou Dussinger, Betty
Hoover, Robert Gamber and Amos Sands. On November 15, 1941
the seniors presented the play HHere's That Ghost Againw. On March
17, 1942, we enjoyed a trip to Philadelphia where we visited places of
historic interest. On April 17 we took another educational tour, visit-
ing Gettysburg and Harrisburg. At Gettysburg we were taken over the
battlefield, and at Harrisburg we visited the capitol, museum, and edu-
cation building. Later in the season we were entertained by the juniors.
Baccalaureate Services were held on May 24, and commencement ex-
ercises on May 28, 1942. Thus ended the school days of the class
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Gfass Qyrop lzecy
Now I am reclining in my comfortable chair and recalling the
scenes projected last night from our new slide machine clown at the
Upper Leacock Alumni Club. The year is 1955. One slide showed
the famed traiiic officer, Robert Gamber, directing automobile traffic
on 5th Avenue. fYes, there are still automobiles and tires.J He stood
before an ambulance which contained three competent nurses: Betty
Lou Dussinger, Betty Hoover, and Vera Mellinger. There was shown
a picture of a typical dental hygienist, Dorothy Esbenshade. Other
pictures showed Eleanor Spangler as a laboratory technician, and Mar-
jorie Witman on board an air liner where she is hostess. The pictures
were concluded with a reel of cartoons drawn by the eminent artist and
poet, Benjamin Krouse. g
In my reminiscence I recall the events that occurred on my jour-
ney home from a long journey. In New York I heard a chorus of
female voices under the direction of Dorothy Graybill. In the post
ofiice of my home town I received my mail from the postal clerk, Leon
Grabill. He was assisted by Harold Wenger. Among the staff of
efficient secretaries there were Pauline Snader and lean Spatz. On the
wall was a poster containing photographs of some of the agricultural
plants and fertilizers which evolved from the efforts of the agricultural
chemist, Claude Hess. Other pictures of crops raised by Amos Sands
When I was ready to leave for a trip to the sunny south, I drove
to the railroad station to obtain a ticket, which was sold to me by
Roscoe Miller. Here I met lVlary Ruoss, beautician, who informed me
that I could no longer receive permanent waves, because of another tin-
foil shortage. Evaline Alexander was on board the train to Florida,
where she will cross the waters to Cuba, and from there to South
Recently John Parmer has risen to a prominent position on the
staff of a paramount New York newspaper. Allan Bewley and Leroy
Evans are co-managers of a grocery store.
Several weeks ago I visited my niece at a new Brooklyn high school.
In the gymnasium I noticed their basketball team practicing under the
leadership of the coach, Dale Keener. Irene Groff, who is teaching
primary work at the school, pointed out the mathematics teacher, Rus-
sell Hillegass. I understand he is preparing to leave for a position as
mathematician at Yale.
Ah, yes! Dear were those days at Upper Leacock. Would that
we were back again! '
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Seated-left to right-Miss Habecker, Mr. H. Book, Miss Kendig, Mr. R. Byrne,
Mr. C. Ressel, Miss Anderson, Mrs. Gossling, Mrs. Nystrom.
Standing! Nlr. E. Saylor,,Mr. J. Adams, Mr. R. Schrieber.
Seated-left to right-Dorothy Esbenshade, Paul Hunsecker, Ann Locher, Eliza-
beth Lowery, Dale Keener, Eleanor Spangler, Roscoe Miller, Arlene Sensenig,
Standing-left to rightejames Hillegass, Marjorie Witman, Jean Spatz, Mary
Ruoss, Miss Kendig, Evelyn Crabill, Russell Hillegass, Vera Mellinger, Anne
Moorehouse, Dorothy Graybill, Gerald Reidenbaugh, Nancy Ranck.
' . SENIOR GLEE CLUB
First Row-left to right-J. Keener, J. Spatz, G. Reidenbaugh, D. Craybill, R
Hillegass, E. Spangler, L. Anderson. A. Moorehouse, B. Girvin.
Second Row-left to right-M. Ruoss, M. Steffy, E. Brubaker, N. Ranck. R. Mus
ser, B. Hoover, D. Hillegass, A. Sensenig, M. A. Arndl, I. Croff, H. Dougherty
Third Row-left to right-Mr. Saylor, G. Miller, E. Hess, R. Plank, P. Hunsecker
R. Plank, D. Spence. V. Mellinger, B. Wenger.
Fourth Row-left to right-R. Ruoss, A. Steffy, R. Buckwalter, H. Hillegass, R
Bouder, D. Keener, L. Weaver.
Front Rowe-left to right4B. Girvin, R. Buckwaller, G. Miller, A. Charles, P.
Charles, M. Sleffy, M. L. Ranck, M. Geist, C. Pickel.
Second Row-lSittingl--left to rightAN. Andrews, J. Brown, J. Emery, D. Buck-
walter, P. Hunsecker, M. A. Arndt, N. Ranck.
Third Row-l'StandingJ--left to rigl1t-W. Steller, D. Keener, R. Hillegass, L.
Weaver, C. Hillegass. D. Zimmerman, R. Bonder, A. Sensenig, M. Melligan,
B. Eidemiller, H. Hillegass, Mr. Saylor 1Maestrol.
First Rowwleft to right-M. Miller, H. Esbenshade, E. Spangler, D. Esbenshade
R. Miller, A. Locher, P. Hunsecker.
Second Row--left to right-P. Charles, E. Gladfeltrr, V. Kreiser, M. Melligan
F. Wenger, D. Spence, V. Mellinger, A. Trimble, D. Sprecher.
Third Row-left to right-Mr. Adams, J. Echternach, M. Wilman, B. Lowery, K
Coretzke, P. Evans, L. Weaver, D. Buckwalter.
Fourth Row-left to right-R. Wentz, R. Plank, J. Spatz, A. Steffy, R. Ruoss, R.
Miller, D. Keener, I. Hillegass.
Left to right-Nancy Ranck, Anne Moorehouse, Ann Locher, Mary Ruoss, Arlene
BASKETBALL TEAM 1
First Row-left to right-H. Groff. J. Parmer, l. Landis, R. Hillegass, D. Keener,
Second Row-left to right-Faculty Mgr. Mr. Byrne, Assit Mgr. Roscoe Miller,
H. Wenger, Jr., R. Camber, G. Reidcnbaugh, C. Mateer, Mgr. Allan Bewley,
HQNIOR PLAY CA ST
Left to riffht--lrene Croii, Russell Hillegass, Marjorie Witman, Pauline Snader,
Eleaniir Spangler, Roscoe Miller, John Parrner, Vera Mellinger, Leon Gra
bill, Evaline Alexander, Dorothy Graybill, Dale Keener, Dorothy Eshenshade
SENIOR PLAY CA ST
Seated-left to right-Dorothy Esbenshade, Betty Hoover, Robert Gamber, Dor
othy Grayhill, Vera Mellinger, Russell Hillegass, Eleanor Spangler.
Standing-left to right--Irene Groff, Leon Crabill, john Parmer. Pauline Snader,
Dale Keener. Marjorie Witman. X
CLASS OF 1942
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We, the Senior Class of the Upper Leacock High School, do
hereby draw up and publish the following will, in this year, nineteen
hundred and forty-two.
To Ann Locher, Dottie Graybillls sophistication.
To Pearl Evans, Mary Ruoss's basketball technique.
To Arlene Sensenig, Margie Witmanls way with the teachers.
To Ivy Landis, his heart's desire, Polly.
To Jerry Reidenbaugh, Roscoe Miller's dramatic ability.
Eleanor Spanglefs good marks to anybody who wants them.
To Henry Croft, ,I ack Parmeris ability to dance.
To Raymond Buckwalter, Russell Hillegassis manly charac-
To Nancy Ranck, Betty Hoover's "swing and swayn.
To Richard Bouder, Claude Hess's ability to argue.
To Evelyn Grabill, Betty Lou Dussingerls hair-styles.
To Paul Hunsecker, Allan Bewley's ability to manage the
Buck Evans's ability to take shorthand to his sister, Betty.
To Betty Lowery, Irene CroH's retiring manner.
To Betsy Girvin, Jean Spatz's surplus height.
To Lloyd Hoover, Bob Gamberls Palmer 1 'P I Method.
To Ladix Weaver, Puss Crabill's wavy hair.
To Harold Hillegass, Ben Krouse's ability to tell jokes.
To Jimmy Hillegass, Amos Sands's blufiing technique.
To Dick Miller, Dale Keener's pleasant smile.
To Allan Steify, Vera Mellinger's German book. -
To Kenny Weitkamp, Harold Wenger's basketball ability.
To Ellen Buckwalter, Evaline Alexander's giggles.
To Claude Mateer, Chick Esbenshadels blushes.
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Wall Paper and Paper Hanging
Estimates cheerfully given
H. E. HARSH
Your Lanco Store
Phone 319 Leola
TWIN MAPLE ROAD MARKET F, p , D I X ON
Fruit, Vegesbli-as, Pl!ang,dEggs, Dressed TALMAGE, PA.
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LANCASTER, PA., Route 5 FOR FRUIT and VEGETABLES
lhone: Leola 233-R-3 Phone: Leola 3lO-R-2
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MILIEY's SERVICE STATION 38-45'55gg'3I,g,'ggSggLEE,
PARADISE LANCASTER, PA.
I RESSLER'S MILL L. CLYDE SMITH 81 SONS
L W. Franklin Ressler Genuine Peacgilaligttom Roofing
MASCOT, PA. Yards-Greenfield and Lancaster
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