Upper Leacock High School - Leolette Yearbook (Leola, PA)
- Class of 1955
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MR. GILBERT GOTTSHALL
To Mr. Cottshall, who as our class adviser, has shown a
friendly interest in our welfare, we, the class of nineteen hundred
and fifty-five, in grateful appreciation, dedicate this volume of the
Board of Education
MR. WILL E. GLASMIRE MR- J- ROYER MILLER
MR. LESTER R. KURTZ
MRS. JOHN RANCK MR. WILLIS HARBAUGH
MR. ll'XRRY M. BOOK MR. HAROLD F. EMMITT
Bloomsburg State Teachers
College, B.S. General science,
chemistry, physics, and plane
fVl.A. Art. EUUUWTTY-
Millersville State Teachers Col-
lege, Pennsylvania Stale Univer-
sily. A.B. Columbia University,
MRS. VIVIAN GROFT
West Chester State Teachers
College, B.S. Vocal music.
MR. GILBERT GOTTSHALL
Elizalmetlitnwn College B.S.
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MRS. ARLENE HUNSECKER MR. CHARLES J. JOSEPH
Texnple University, B.S. Home Albright College, A.B. Penn-
Economics. sylvania State University, M.E.
English and French.
MR. HAROLD E. CAMRER
Millersville State Teachers Col-
lege, B.S. English, history,
geography, and mathematics.
MR. PARK A. HESS
Millersville State Normal
School, Pennsylvania State Uni-
versity, B.S. Columbia Univer-
sity, M.A. Supervising Principal.
MISS ALICE ll. KENDIC
Millersville Stat c Noruzal
School. Muhlenberg College,
A.B. University of Pennsylvania,
MA. English and Latin. -
MRS. LAURA K. LANDIS NIR. ALFRED C. MOFFATT
511111-rsvlllv Nah' rl Q-avlu-rs Col-
lvgr. 13.5. ljhralian, rm-uxling and
Dire-clor of Inslrlllnmlal Music'
MISS CONSTANCE M. ROOT
mas. DOROTHY STKLDPF
'Nlillm'rniHe- Slilll' Tl'Zll'Il1'I4S Col- ' clpplc- Inivvrgly, BS. Eng:-
lvgxv. BS. Mzllhvlnulivs and Us and' 511 sival eduvalion.
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MR. ROBERT ZINK MRS. MIRIAM RITEAU
West Chr-stvr Stale Teachers School Nurse
Collvgv. BS. Temple' University,
MS. History, mathvmalics, and
MR. ROBERT A. NICHOLS
'Niille-rswillv Stale Tm-acln-rw Col
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Name-AMOS LLOYD BEWLEY
Address-Bird-in-Hand, R.D.aH, Pa.
Birthday-August 27, 1935
Outstanding characteristic-Facial expressions
Favorite expression-"1 say, old boy"
Favorite pastime-Talking to girls
Prized possession-My Chevrolet
Place most often seen-Nowhere in particular
Ambition-To get rich
11, 12g Science Club 10, 113 Dramatics Club 12: Basketball mana
12: Track 10, 12: District Chorus 12.
Name-MARY EVELYN BUCKWALTER
Biitlulay-August 21, 1937
Outstanding characteristic--Wavy hair
Favorite expressitin-V-"llorrors, children"
Prized possession-Driveris license
Place most often ss-en-Wlu-rover Laverne is.
Ambition-To do something worthwhile
Activities-Mixed Chorus 10, ll. 123 Student Council 10. 11, 123
Patrol 10. ll. 12: Staff 12: Track 10, 11, 123 Travel Club 10g Maga-
zine Drive Manager ll. 12: Yearbook Staff 12.
Name-JOHN EDWIN HART
Birthday-April 5, 1937
Outstanding characteristic-Bright blue eyes
Favorite expression-Censored! I
Favorite pastime-Playing cards
Prized possession-Baseball glove
Place most often seen-A certain home in Morgantown
Ambition-To be a major league ball player
Activities-Baseball 10, 11, 12g Basketball 123 Soccer 11, 12g Student
Council 12: Science Club 11. 12.
Activities-Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 125 Boys' Chorus ll, l2: County Chorus
ger 10, ll, 12g Baseball manager 11. 123 Senior play: Patrol IU. ll.
Name-VIRGINIA JO-YCE HAWTHORNE
Address-Bird-in-Hand, R.D.aif1, Pa.
Birthday-March 22. 1937
Outstanding characteristic-Blue eyes
Favorite expression-"You're right"
Prized possession-Class ring
Place most often seen-Rocky Springs Skating Rink
Ambition-To go to college
Activities-Student CouncilFSecretary 11, 123 Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 123
Patrol-'First Lieutenant 123 Cheerleader 10, 11, 123 Senior playg
Drill Team 123 Class Secretary 10, 11, 12Q Travel Club 103 Track
10. 11, 12: Staff 11. 12: Yearbook Staff 12.
Name-BETTY JANE HERR
Birthday-September 18, 1937
Outstanding characteristic-Wavy hair
Weakness--Black wavy hair
Favorite expression-"Yumpin' Yimminy"
A Favorite pastime-Running around
Prized possession-Driver's license
Place most often seen-War Memorial
Ambition-A "Spar,' in the U.S. Marines
Activities-Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 12? Travel Club 10, 113 Nurs:-s' Club
123 Handicraft Club 123 Patrol 10, 11, 123 Junior playg Manager of
Senior play3 Staff 123 Track 12g Drill Team 123 Yearbook Staff 12.
Name-MIRIAM M. HESS
Birthday-January 29, 1938
Favorite expression-"That's beside the point"
Favorite pastime-Reading and embroidering
Place most often seen-Room 9
Ambition-To be a nurse
Activities-Mixed Chorus 121 Track 11, 12Q Travel Club 113 Knitting l
Club 123 Nursing Club 123 Handicraft Club 12.
Name-JACK RQGER HOOVER
Birthday-July 7, 1937
Favorite expression-"I don't care"
Favorite pastime-Arguing with Mr. Zink
Prized possession--'52 Ford
Place most often seen-Home of Mr. and
Ambition-To own a new sports car
Activities-Yearbook Staff 12g Sports Club 11g Travel Club 123 Soccer
12: Basketball ll. 12: Baseball 11. 12.
Name-RAY LEONARD HILLARD
Birthday-November 27, 1937
Outstanding characteristic--Manner of walking
Favorite expression-Censored! !
Prized possession-Car keys
Place most often seen-In his Ford
Ambition-To be an engineer
9 Basketball 12, Soccer 11, 123 Patrol
Council 10, 11 iPresident 1233 Junior
123 Science Club 10g Yearbook Staff 12.
Activities-Baseball 10, 11, 12
10, 11-Captain 12: Student
and Senior plays, Stall 10, 11,
Name-NANCY LOUISE JACOBS
Address-Blue Ball, Pa.
Birthday-.luly 29, 1937
Favorite expression-"Dig that"
Prized possession-Class ring
Place most often seen-School
Ambition-To be a registered nurse
Activities-Mixed Chorus 10, ll, 12: Home Economics Club 10: Dra-
matics Club 11, 12g Senior playg Future Nurses' Club 12: Band 11, 12.
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Name-MARY ELAINE KREIDER
Address-Box 18. Leacock. Pa.
Birthday-.luly 17, 1937
Weakness-Tall, blue-eyed men
Favorite expression-"Imagine that"
Favorite pastime-Being with Howdy
Prized nossession--A certain picture
Place most often seen-In a Mercury
Ambition-To be a secretary
Activities-Mixed chorus 10, 11, 123 Patrol 10, 11, 125 Drill Team 125
Senior play: Travel Club 115 Future Nurses' Club 123 Library Club
14', 113 Track 10, 11, 12: Staff 12g Yearbook Staff 12.
Name-ROBERT H. LEAMAN
Address-Bird-in-Hand, R. D. -fl, Pa.
Birthday-March 14, 1937
Weakness-? ? ?
Favorite expression-"That's the way it oughta be"
Favorite pastime-Sleeping and buzzing around
Prized possession-'52 Mercury
Place most often seen--At school
Ambition-To amount to something
Activities-Mixed Chorus 12: Patrol 10, 11, 125 Junior playg Science
Club 10, 113 Travel Club 123 Track 10, 11, 12.
Name-WAYNE M. LAP? '
Address-Leola, Pa. ,
Birthday-August 17, 1937
Favorite expression-"I give up"
Prized possession-'51 Ford
Place most often seen-Brownstown
Ambition--Join the Air Force
Activities-Sports Club 10, 11g Travel Club 12g Patrol 11, 123 Basketball
manager 10, 11, 129 Senior playg Band 11, 12.
Name-GLENN EDWIN MENTZER
Address-Bareville, R.D.ai41, Pa.
Birthday-August 16, 1938
Outstanding characteristic-Quietness WJ
Favorite expression-"How are you fixed for blades?"
Place most often seen-Home
Ambition-To become a member of the U.S. Marine Band
Activities-Junior and Senior plays, Band 10, 11, 12, Patrol 10, 11, 12:
Baseball 10, 12g Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 12, Science Club 10, Model
Club 11: Travel Club 12.
Name--GILBERT S. MARTIN
Address-Bareville, R.D.alf1, Pa.
Birthday-July 30, 1938
Outstanding characteristics-Lack of height
Favorite expression-"You don't know, do you?"
Prized possession-Driver's license
Place most often seen-Riehl's Store
Activities-Science Club 10, 115 Dramatics Club 12, Mixed Chorus 123
.lunior play: Boys' Chorus 12g Track 10, ll, 123 Vive-President 123
Yearbook Staff 12.
Name-PHYLLIS JEAN MONTGOMERY
Address-542 East Main St., New Holland, Pa.
Birthday-November 5, 1937
Weakness-Black hair and brown eyes
Favorite expression-"Co get em',
Favorite pastime-Running around in an Olds Convertible
Prized possession-School ring and driver's license
Place most often seen-War Memorial
Ambition-To be a nurse
Activities-Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 123 'Patrol 10, 11, 12g Drill Team 123
Senior playg Typing Club 10, Dramatics Club 113 Future Nurses' Club
-President 123 Handicraft Club-President 123 Cheerleading 10,
11, 12, Track 10, 11, 123 Yearbook Staff 12, County Chorus 11, 12:
Student Council 11g District Chorus 12.
Name-MARY MARGARET OVERLY
Birthday-May 9, 1938
Outstanding characteristic-Tall and lanky
Favorite expression-"Oh, heavens"
Favorite pastime-Playing Cupid
Prized possession-"Who's Who in High School" pin
Place most often seen-Witli the kids
Ambition-To attend college
Activities-Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 123 Student Council 10, 123 Cheer-
leading 10, 113 Drill Team 11, 122 Patrol IO, 11, 122 Library Club
10, 11, 123 Latin Club 112 Dramatics Club 103 Junior and Senior
playsg Staff 10, 11, tCo-editor 1213 Track 10, 11, 123 Yearbook Stall
12: County Chorus 10.
t Name-RUTH MARLENE RISSLER
Address4138 W. Main Sl.. lreacock, Pa.
3 Birthday-.Iuly 29, 1937
Favorite expression-"Oh, my gosh"
Prized possession-Commercial awards
Place most often seen-Kurtz's Store
Ambition-To become a secretary
Activities-Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 12g Staff 11, 123 Travel Club 10, ll
Handicraft Club 12: Future Nurses, Club 12.
Name-MARIAN VIRGINIA ROSENBERRY
Address-Route 42. New Holland. Pa.
Birthday-March 31, 1938
Outstanding characteristic-Blonde wavy hair
Weakness-Black hair and brown eyes
Favorite expression-"Check that"
Prized possession-Red Dodge
Place most often seen-Wherever Nancy is
Ambition-To attend a hair dressing school
Activities-Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 123 Patrol 10, 11, 122 Band 11, 123
Senior playg Track 11, 123 Yearbook Stall I2Q Typing Club 10:
Dramatics Club 11. 12. i
Name-CARL COLDREN SELDOMRIDGE
Address-Blue Ball, Pa.
Birthday-December 30. 1937
Outstanding characteristic-Dark hair and eyes
Favorite expression-"Oh, I don't know"
Favorite pastime-Driving mom's car
Prized possession-Portable radio
Place most often seen--School
Ambition-To be an architect or interior decorator
Activities-Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 12: Junior and Senior playsg Model
Club 10, 114 Dramatics Club 125 Track 10, 11, 12g Yearbook Staff 12g
Boy's Chorus 11, 12.
Name-JUNE ANN ROZJABEK
Address-Box 73. Peacock. Pa.
Birthday-March 20, 1937
Outstanding characteristic-Sense of humor
Favorite expression-"You can't hardly get that kind no more"
Place most often seen-On the phone, talking to Julie
Ambition-To be a school teacher
Activities-Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 12g Patrol 10, 11, 125 Typing Club 10
Dramatics Club 11g Student Council 12g Junior and Senior plays
Staff 11. 12: Yearbook Staff 12: Class President 11. 12.
Name-ALVIN DOUGLAS STAUFFER
Birthday-January 26. 1938
Outstanding characteristic-Black hair and dark eyes
Favorite expression-"Un huhl'
Prized possession-'49 Pontiac
Place most often seen-In his green Pontiac
Ambition-To become an engineer
Activities-Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 12g Senior Playg Boys' Chorus 11
Science Club 10. 11. 12.
Name-JULIE FRANCES STAUFFER
Address-New Holland R.D.al41. Pa.
Birthday-September 1. 1937
Outstanding characteristic-Blonde hair and blue eyes
Favorite expression-"Oh, Heavens"
Favorite pastime-Talking on the phone
Place most often seen-On the ph
Ambition-To be a medical secretary or airline hostess
Activities-Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 125 Patrol 10, ll, 123 Band 11. 12g
Home Economics Club 103 Dramatics Club 11, 123 Junior and Senior
playsg Track 10, 11, 123 Future
one, talking to .lune
Nurses' Club 12g Yearbook Staff 12.
Name-MARIANNE ELIZABETH STOLTZFUS
Address-316 S. State St.. Talmage. Pa.
Birthday-April 5. 1937
Outstanding characteristic-Dark sparkling eyes
Favorite expression-"You're crazy"
Favorite pastime-Buzzin' around with the kids
Prized possession-Key to my Dad's Cadillac
Place most often seen-? ? ?
Ambition-To become a Medical Technologist
Activities-Mixed Chorus 10, ll, 123 Track 10, 11, 12g Band 11, 12:
Patrol 10, 11, 129 Student Council 105 Junior playg Home Economics
Club 10: Travel Club 11: Library Club 10, 11g Dramatics Club 12:
Future Nurses' Club 12: Yearbook Staff 12.
Name-GEORGE M. WEAVER J
Address-New Holland. Route 42.
Birthday-.luly 5. 1938
Favorite expression-"That's tricky"
Favorite pastime-Playing ball
Place most often seen-At U.L.H.S.
Ambition-To make a lot of money
Activities-Baseball 10, 11, 123 Socc
Club 10. 11. 12: Stall 12: Yearbook Staff 12.
er 11, 123 Track 10, 11, 125 Science
Treasurer - - -
Name-MARGARET ANN ZOOK
Birthday-October 23, 1937
Outstanding characteristic-Slim waistline
Favorite expression-"What's your major maladjustmentn
Favorite pastime-Attending Girl Scout meetings
Place most often seen-Rocky Springs with Joyce
Ambition-To be a librarian
Activities-Mixed Chorus 10. 11. 12: Track 11. 12: Library Club 10
11, 12: Drill Team 12: Staff 10, 11 iCo-editor 121: Junior and Senior
plays: Dramatics Club 10: Junior Classical League 11: Typing Club
12: Yearbook Staff 12.
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F L O W E R
Navy blue and white
--- June Rozjabek
--- Gilbert Martin
------ John Hart
fb' h Li his of Hi' h chool Da s
t. 3--The great institution has reopened. Now, at last, we're in Senior High.
Sept. 16--We selected our class ofiicers.
President ...................... .-- .... Ray Hillard
Vice President .... ....... J ohn Hart
Secretary ....... ......... ..... - - --- Joyce Hawthorne
Treasurer ....... .. ................ .- ................ -.-.... ..... George Weaver
Oct. 17-Our class hayride, which led us to Rocky Springs Skating Rink. fNo casualties lb
Nov. 14f-Received our first report cards of the year. fNeed I say more?J
Nov. 26-30-At last, our first vacation. tEveryone, including the turkey, got stuffedi.
Dec. 2--Today someone conceived a brilliant idea for an assembly program.
Dec. 18-Our Christmas Cantata, directed by Mrs. Lilley.
Dec. 23-Jan. 5-Christmas vacation. K.Not ling enoughi.
jan. 14-Our Minstrel Show was put on for Assembly. fwhat a show!
19-22-Mid-year finals. fwhat we didn't cram into our thick skullsi .
28--Report cards. tljoor pay for our crammingi.
28-Our first real band concert. tLittle did we know of the outcome at this timei .
2-"Meet Arizonan KA wonderful perfirmancei.
May he f-Mr. Thompson kindly land bravely! accepted the challenge of taking us to the Wyo
May Sfflrack Meet. lvllhen will we get a Ch ance to win?l
May 25-127-f-Finals. llVlany casualtiesl.
May 29-At lastg now wc can breathe
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Sept. 9-rfvlfe reported to Room 9.
Sept. 2Lltf Vlfe selected our class ofhcers.
Vice President , A
freely. 401' can we??t
-, June Hozjabek
Secretar ' -,-.. . . ,lo 'ee Hawthorne
Treasurer , , V- -- - ,A A-- . . . - Georffe Weaver
Oct. 29-30ff'l'eache1"s lnstitute. llglcss the man who thought of itll
Nov 5- Picked colors, flower, and motto. We also picked our rings and jackets.
Nov. l9f4l7irst report cards of our ,lunior year. lUgh!J
Nov. 20 -- 'We had planned a class skating party, but only seven came. lSoniehody goofedl
Nov 20-29-fffhanksgiving vacation. lAnd we do need itll
Dec. 2l'Cllt'lSllll3S Carol Service.
Dec 23-Jan. 4f -Christmas vacation. lNow the juniors could play with their new toysl.
Jan. llfWhat's this? No school? ll should think they would have let us tunnel our way to
school on such a nice day.l
l'elr 5-H-Report cards. ll'eriodieal reminderl
Mar. 5-elfirst student-faculty basketball gnne. lwie should give the teachers a medal for
Mar. 27---Junior play "Just Uuckyu. HX grea' successg in fact, it was just duekyl.
April 18--A certain junior will never go roller skating again. lGadl What a nightll
lVlay 7+Track Meet.
May 8-First semi-formal, "Spring Fantasyv. llVlade no money, but we had funl.
May 27-Juniors excel as T.V. stars. llt was only an Assembly program. But we can dream
June 4'AWc have now heen given the honor of lining culled Hfeniorsw.
Seniors 54, 55
Sept. 9-We report once again to Room 9.
Sept. 21- Upper Leacock Band marches in its first parade.
Oct. 6--Reading Clinic. lLet,s have more of tliesel.
Oct. l2fWc all smiled and said '6Checze,'. lCot our pictures tal-aenl.
Oct. 28-29f'l'eaeher's lnstitute. tWe'1'e having the luck of the lrish with all of these vacationsl
Nov. I3-'fSeniors tossed 'SA Lucky Pennyw. tUur last play was a success it.
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Our class took a trip to Temple University. 4Strictly business, no pleasure, Ahemlj
20'-Thanksgiving vacation. lFinally,l.
Band Concert. tive made the community, band consciousl.
8-The junior and senior boys engaged in mortal combat. tSeniors were victorsl.
8-Christmas Carol Service. tAs good as everl.
Four of our senior girls appeared on W.C.A.L., T.V. tCollege of the Airl.
22--Student Council Christmas party. tfWe had a group of fifty-five presentl.
23-Class Christmas party. 1We had lo.1ds of fun back at Rosieisl.
23-Jan. :Sf-Christmas vacation.
31-New Yearis Eve party at MlIYll,S. 4S.1w the new year intl.
26N-Student Council Convention. t'We played host to 105 representativesl.
11-New Holland basketball game. lWell. do we ever win?VJ.
April 8-11-Easter vacation.
April 13, 14, 15-Vlfashington trip.
fr -Jfrack Meet.
tThat poor city still doesnit know what hit ill.
Baccalaureate Service. lThe end is drawing nearl.
25-Class Day. tVVe exchanged our little presentsl.
Commencement. tCoodhy to the school, but not to our memoriesl.
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We. the members of the Class of 1955, of Upper Leacock High School, being
of sound mind and body, do hereby declare the following to be our last will and
We herein bequeath the followingzg
Lloyd Bewley's ability to be manager of the basketball team to Fred Landis.
Evelyn Buckwalter's love of sports to Marianne Miller.
John Hart's dilapidated baseball glove to Warren Skiles.
Joyce Hawthorne's ability to make friends to anyone who needs it.
Betty Herr's high marks to Jim Dissinger.
Miriam Hess' seat on the school bus to Robert Dunn.
Ray Hillard's ability to produce explosions in chemistry class to any lucky junior.
,lack H0over's seat in the auditorium with Lorna to Bobby Cooper and .lune
Nancy ,lacob's skeleton to Mr. Zink's health class.
Elaine Kreider's noon-time seat in the War Memorial to Naomi Groff.
Wayne Lapp's score-keeping book to David Poff.
Robert Leaman's absentee excuses to Virgil Wynne.
Gilbert Martin's numerous study halls to Mary Ann Stauffer.
Glenn Mentzer's love for "Good and Plentyi' candy to Mary Ann Hunsecker,
Sandy Stauiier, and Jane Welsh.
Phyllis Montgomeryls cheerleading outfit to Shirley Palmer.
Mary Margaret Overly's Latin book to Faye Witman.
Ruth Rissleris position as staff typist to Theda Poli.
Marian Rosenberry,s taxi service to Ronald Freeman.
June R0zjabek's sense of humor to anyone who needs it.
Carl Seldomridgels voice to anyone who can live with it.
Douglas Stauffer's seat in English class to Douglas Wolf.
Julie Stauffer's cymbals to Betsy Good.
Marianne Stoltzfusis band uniform to anyone who is willing to march in parades.
George Weaver's English marks to Donald Weaver.
Peggy Zook's gift of gab to Delores Steinman.
We bequeath to the next fortunate class the use of Room 9, a room which we
have joyfully occupied for two years.
To the juniors we leave our patience, our philosophy, our obedience, and our
ability to keep quiet. ? ? ? ? 17
We bequeath our ability to produce good assembly programs to the junior class.
the use of the large booth in the War Memorial to the sophomore class, and our
girls' outstanding volleyball ability to the freshmen.
In witness whereof we affix our seal this thirty-first day of May in the year of
our Lord, nineteen hundred and fifty-five.
The Senior Class
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The Library Clubs are composed of students who are interested in books and our school library.
Seventh, eighth, and ninth grade students have organized a junior high school club, while senior
high school students are members of the senior club.
Oflicers of the Senior Library Club are:
President ..... --- - Anna Lois Lehman
Vice-president --. WL-, Lorna Henry
Secretary ---. -,. ...A. Theda Poll
Treasurer .7,........ . .... ,L .,... ,. ,... ,,-,, ,, . Geraldine Freeman
Oflicers of the Junior Library Club are:
President ---. A , , .,,, ,-,, ,,., W- -,-.. -- ,- Dorothy Eckert
Vice-president -, H Gloria Burkholder
Secretary ..,, -.,- Carole Bender
Treasurer - ffvf.. .L L.. Francis Morgan
A Library Council consisting of representatives of both organizations operates on the same bar ir'
principles as our Student Council.
Members of the Library Council are: Mary Margaret Overly, presidentg Peggy Zook, vice-presi-
dentg Nancy ,lo Buckwalter, secretaryg Betty Lewis, Linda Kranch, Dorothy Eckert, Phoebe Dillman.
Junc Stellcr, and Miriam Groff.
Members of the Senior Club include: Mary Margaret Overly, Peggy Zook, Lorna Henry, June
Steller, Geraldine Freeman, Betty Lewis, Theda Poff, Anna Lois Lehman, and Miriam Groll.
Members of the Junior Club include: Frances Morgan, Nancy Buckwaltcr, Carole Bender, Linda
lirancli, ,ludy Allen. Gloria Buckwalter. Dorothy Eckert, Phoebe Dillman, Joyce Sbaub. Larry Shirk.
lliana Lcxsis, .lane Lehman, Mary Landis, Doris Cammauf, Marlene Heidelbaugh.
Both clubs under the direction of Mrs. Landis have rendered a very line service to thc school.
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Tran Around ' he Word
It was early in the morning when I decided to start out on my tour of the world. I packed my
belongings, made my reservations, and took off for Europe via New York City.
Before leaving, I found that I had to stop at a nearby Esso station to get some gas. Much
to my amazement, I learned that this station was owned by none other than Betty Herr. As luck
would have it, she was there, checking over accounts, so we had a nice chat. I asked her where I
could get something that I could eat while driving to New York City. Betty referred me to a brand
new I.G.A. food store which had just opened.
Having said goodby, I proceeded to the food store. In the store, I found Way ne Lapp, the owner
of this establishment. He had just finished taking inventory of the produce and was writing his
report. I bought some food and proceeded on my way.
A few hours later my attention was drawn to a huge crowd standing on the side of the road.
It seemed that Gilbert Martin, a well-known dare- devil driver, had hit a horse and buggy. The horse
had been injured and a veterinarian was working feverishly over it. To my amazement, I found
the veterinarian to be Nancy Jacobs. The horse, fortunately, was saved.
I decided that I had better get on my way if I ever intended to tour the world.
I reached New York City very early in the morning. Much to my sorrow, my car broke down
and no cabs were running because of a strike. I contacted a red scooter chain, headed by Glenn
Mentzer, to help me out of my dilemma. Glenn gladly took me to my hotel and I immediately went
to take a shower, since my day had been a long one.
However, no hot water was available. I called the hotel plumber and found him to be Douglas
Staulfer, a great plumbing teacher. He had accompanied his apprentice. Soon the hot water was
gushing from the faucet and all was well again.
Since I had to stay in New York for a day, I decided to take in a baseball game. The World
Series was being played and I was lucky enough to get a ticket.
I arrived early to find Ray Hillard and his crew repairing the bleachers for the game. He was
the owner of a large carpentry concern and doing very well for himself.
Finally the game began. The Indians were at bat and in the pitching box for the Giants was
Johnnie Hart, a great ball player.
In about the fourth inning, he was struck by a wild pitch and was taken to the shower room.
I, being concerned, went down to inquire about him. There, I found Phyllis Montgomery, a nurse,
bandaging his head. Thank goodness Johnnie had a competent nurse to take care of him.
The next day, since my boat was to sail, I went back to the service station to get my car and
went to the boat, The United States, to place my car on board. I then went to have my visa checked
and was angered to hear that its validity was questioned. In order to defend my case I called for a
lawyer. The competent lawyer was none other than Carl Seldomridge. He brought his secretary,
Ruth Rissler with him. Carl arranged matters for me and soon I was on my way.
As I went up the gangplank, I met Lloyd Bewley, who was coming down. He was the owner
of the flower shop aboard the ship and was seeing that the flowers got on board safely.
I stood along the railing looking at all the people who were saying goodby to their loved ones.
As I turned around, I came face to face with Miriam Hess, a housewife, who was going to England
with her husband.
As soon as the boat left the dock, I made my way to -my cabin and as I was opening the door,
Julie Stauffer and Mary Margaret Overly came out of the adjoining cabin. I learned that they
were now medical secretaries and had been chosen to go to a meeting in Europe.
The next day, I heard that Elaine Kreider, who had won the best secretary award, had become
sea sick. I went to her cabin and found Evelyn Buckwalter, the ship's doctor, giving her some
pills. Elaine soon became well again.
Finally, we came to England. Waiting at the dock for Mary Margaret and Julie was Marianne
Stoltzfus, a well-known medical technologist. She was escorting them to the meeting.
I then went to Norway where I promised George Weaver, famed mathematician, that lld visit
him. There, with George, was Jack Hoover, a well-known traveler and good will carrier. Since
he was touring the world also, we decided to travel together.
IGontinued on page forty-eightl
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President ...... ........... V irginia Fielding
Vive President .................. James Dunn
Seeretary ................... -- ,Ioyee Bradley
talisent when picture was taken!
Treasurer ...................... Ned Kreider
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President ...... ........... - - John Benner
Vice President -M -- Barbara Martin
Seeretary ...... .... K enneth Groff
Treasurer .... .... D ennis Furlnw
President ...... --
Vice President ---
----- Dawn Myers
--- Carol Landis
--- Bonnie Stauffer
President ...... ............ K enneth Fl:-Her
Vice President ---
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,- Virginia Stauffer
------- Jerry Puff
Prc-sidvnt ...... ........ N ancy Jo Buckwalter
Vim- President --- .... Robert Montgomery
St-cnvtary ..... ..... P eggy Stauffer
Treasurer --- --- James Wolgemuth
Prvsidvnt .................. Mary Ann Stauffer
Nivl' President - ........... -- Dale Hornherger
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Secretary .................... -- Lorna Henry
'l'rc-asurer --- -..-- Rolwrt Furlow
Prvsidr-nt ...... --,
Treasurer - - -
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Mary Ann Harsh
Secretary .... .-
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Tlrirfl rum -P. Bnwman. W. Harbaugh, D. Myers. V. Hinkley. M. Landis. J. Bradley. ll. Barry 31. Bumnan. Nl.
MJJJLT. Miss Roni.
lfnurllr lon Hrs. 5llopf, M. Pimvv. R. Garrutt, R. Knnklo, A. Rvtlvw. J. Dunn. N. Rvilvr. A. Myvr. R. Orr,
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Rurklwlclvr. J. Ruoss.
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Byvrs. Y. SILIIIHKT. M. Stump, M. I.. Wyble, R. Mateer.
Sr-wnnl row-Mr. Gambcr, E. Moors-, P. Sports, M. Mnrr. B. Spvnvv, M. Benncr. J. Cunsylrnan. IN. lib:-rly. P.
Dillman. Xl. Risslvr, D. Hess, A. I.. Myers, B. Seihlisl, Mr. Joseph.
Tlliul rowiB. Marrin, C. Buckwaller, J. Nunnumnochcr. J. Miller. D. Eckert.
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Ramsbulmnr, R. Kurtz, N. Hoover, D. Groff, K. Croif. J. Ranch.
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Lloyd is a lover of flowers and song
A musical florist he'll be before long.
Her wavy hair she can't subdue
For it is of the brightest hue.
At night he never has to sleep
With eleven study periods a week.
Prettv, smart, and loads of fun
This lass is loved by every one.
Bettyis grades are unsurpassed
As a "brain" she may be classed.
Practical, helpful, motherly Mim
Will keep her home as neat as a pin.
President, captain, leader in all
"An ideal guy," future grades will recall.
lack, always on the beam
Did his best for our poor team.
To rear a family is Nancyis aim
She loves children more than fame.
Elaine is a bird with a heart full of zest
We hope she can soon settle clown in her nest
What this lad lacks in height and girth
He makes up in mischievous mirth.
Bob is a farmer as everyone knows
We wish him success with the seed he sows.
At the War Memorial Gil oft is seen
Loitering at the pin ball machine.
ln basketball he's quite a shooter
In spare time Mentzer's on his scooter.
Her lilting voice to please your ear
Is often heard when Phil is near.
Neat, sparkling Mimi is bound to he
Our first lady president-just wait and see.
Ruthie's friendly, sweet, and shy
Her skill in typing runs quite high.
Rosey's the gal, as everyone knows
Who travels wherever the red Dodge goes.
Alune, the president of the class
Is really quite an ambitious lass.
SELDOMRIDGE- Carlis the fellow with flashy clothes
And horned-rimmed glasses on his nose.
This handsome guy with hair coal black
Loves to drive his Pontiac.
Popular with gals and guys
Is this sweet miss with twinkling eyes.
Dressed in uniform crisp and white
To be a nurse is her delight.
In mathematics George is a "brain"
From dating girls he does refrain.
Writing and poetry is Peggyis bliss
Second only, of course, to Chris.
By Peggy Zook
We saw a red brick building
A standing in the sung
Its doors thrown wide, entreating
Us to ioin in all its fun.
For many years we labored there
Our stubborn minds to fillg
And many others just like us,
Are learning 'gainst their will.
So many names we called that school
When with our classmates true,
But how we cheered, with rivals near
For good old Gold and Blue!
We know that all you students
Can understand just why
Our thoughts are always turning
Back to Upper Leacock High
My T rm Around The World
lContinued from Pag 395
We made our way into Paris, France. There, on a side street we found the studio of June Rozja-
bek, renowned impressionistic artist, where she was working on her latest masterpiece.
Still in Paris, we decided to look at the new hair styles created by Marian Rosenberry, who
had just won the world prize for her exquisite hair style.
After seeing Marian in Paris, we went to Germany where we contacted Robert Leaman, who was
teaching the German people how to contour plow their fields for better production.
From Germany we journeyed to Switzerland where we saw the famed Girl Scout Swiss Chalet.
Peggy Zook, world-wide Girl Scout leader was there, engaged in an important conference.
We toured the other countries and finally we came to India. Hearing that Joyce Hawthorne,
a missionary, was there, we decided to contact her. She had succeeded in making hundreds' of people
change their Communistic ways and to live good Christian lives.
From India, we proceeded homeward. On the last lap of my journey, I realized that 1 had seen
every one of my graduating class of 1955. This indeed had been a profitable trip around the world.
I D E N T I F Y I N G
OUR YOUNGER SELVES ON PAGES 22 AND 23
Left to right 1. Lloyd Bewley 2. Joyce Hawthorne 3. Julie Stauffer 4. Elaine Kreider 5. John Hart 6. Miriam
Hess 7. Douglas Stauffer 8. Ruth Rissler 9. Marianne Stoltzfus 10. Mary Margaret Overly 11. Nancy Jacobs
12. Carl Seldomridge 13. Evelyn Buckwalter 14. Marian Rosenberry 15. Phyllis Montgomery.
'oft to right 16. George Weaver 17. Gilbert Martin 18. Jack Hoover 19. Glenn Mentzer 20. Ray Hillard
21. Betty Herr 22. Robert Leaman 23. Wayne Lapp 24. June Roziabek 25. Peggy Zook.
Mr. Emmitt-What is the most outstand-
ing product that chemistry has given to
L T :
FRESH POULTR Y- EGGS
Buyers OI Quality Poultry
From Local Farms.
VICTOR F. WEAVER. INC.
NEW HOLLAND. PENNA.
"A Loral I12du.stry Growing
With The Community"
A. R. SENSENIG
NEW HOLLAND. PA. Phone 4-2284
MILLEY'S SERVICE STATION
Service and Ranges
LANCASTER BUSINESS SCHOOL
Secretarial. Stenographlc, Business
Administration. and Accounting Courses
48 N. Queen St.. Lancaster, Pa.
High School and Fraternity Iewelry
Felt Goods and Commencement
P. H. Nissley-Representative
L B. HERR 8. SON
"The Portable Typewriter
46-48 West King Street
hir. Emmitt: What is the nitrate of
June: Half the day rate, I suppose.
Science teacher: Whafs the difference
between ammonia and pneumonia?
9th Grade student: Ammonia comes in
bottles and pneumonia comes in chests.
F. P. Dixon
FOR FRUIT G VEGETABLES
Phone: Leola 6-2097
Robert B. Good
Plumbing 6 Heating
Phone Leola 6-2672
Auto Repairing 6. Accessories
Phone Leola 6-6211
Paul L. Hunsecker
Stokers Oil Burners
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FRANK L. STELLER
Auctioneer and Real Estate Salesman
Cooper Baking Co.
Telephone Leola: 6-2011
H. E. HARSH
Phone: 6-3191 LEOLA. PA.
L. Henry Hillard
Builder 6 Contractor
Phone: Leola 6-6191
Mr. Thompson: Whats a buttress, Gil-
Gilbert: A female goat.
A conference is a meeting at which
people talk about what they should be
A committee is a group of the unlucky
appointed by the unwilling to do the un-
A man entered a drugstore and asked for
a dozen two-grain quinine pills.
"Do you want them in a box sir?" asked
the clerk, as he was counting them out.
"Oh no. certainly not," replied the cus-
tomer. "I was thinking of rolling them
Mr. Zink-Now Bob. if vou put your
hand in one pocket and pulled out 7512
then you reached into the other pocket
and pulled out 75:3 what would you have?
Bob-Somebody else's pants.
Mr. Emmitt-Come, come, give me the
Lloyd-I can't say it, but it's on the
tip of my tongue.
Nancy-Gracious, don't swallow it-it's
H. NORMAN KENSINGER
Ohio National Lite Insurance
Phone: Leola 6-6671
6-3875 or 6-3873
MILAN 6: SON
PRECISION 6 PRODUCTION
R. No. 4. Lancaster, Pa.
Phone: Lancaster 3-1386
It You Don't Know Building
Know Your Builder
H. Maurice Wenger
CAR WASHING ACCESSORIES
RAY'S ATLANTIC STATION
Phone: Leola 8-2149
TIRES WHEEL BALANCING BATTERIES
Hydra-Matic 6 Automatic
Ph. Leola 6-3591 Bareville. Pa.
GOOD GULF DEALERS
GULF - FIRESTONE - DUNLOP TIRES
Dial 4-2271 NEW HOLLAND. PA.
HOME 6 FARM
Phone: Leola 6-3531
I. Walter Kreider
PAINTING - PAPERHANGING
Phone: Lancaster 3-9460
Everything for Sport
30 WEST KING STREET
JACOB B. ZIMMERMAN
Electrical - Plumbing - Heating
Phone 4-7481 Blue Ball, Pa.
Frozen Food Service
NEW HOLLAND. PA.
SNAVEI.YS' FARM SERVICE
SALES and SERVICE
SHRUlVI'S ' ' ' U
For Choice Gtttl-Good Candy
For Men - Good Barbortng
Leola Post Office Bld.
I.G.A. SUPER MARKET
EVERYDAY Low PRICES
Phone 6-3751 LEOLA. PA.
H. M. Stauffer 8: Sons, Inc.
Coal, Lumber, Feed. Fuel Oil
Leola, Pa., Witmer, Pa.. Lancaster, Pa., Ronks. Pa.
Flowers for all Occasions
Leola: 6-2262 Lanc.: 3-3300 Ephrata: 3-2674
For Your School Photographs
THE SHELLEY STUDIO
BAREVILLE CONCRETE CO.
THE NATIONAL STORE SPECIALTY COMPANY
Office and Plant
I. C. Mateer. Ir.
PLUMBING - SPOUTING
GE AUTOMATIC HEATING
SALES 6 SERVICE
Phone 6-6241 LEOLA. PA.
White Oak Farms
Producers G Distributors
of Golden Guernsey Milk
FARM MAID ICE CREAM
TERRE HILL. PA.
Memorial Bldg. Leola
FOR EVERYTHING IN MUSIC
KIRK JOHNSON 8. CO.
16-18 West King Street
Bakers oi Quality Foods
For 66 Years
HEATING G WIRING
252 E. Main St.
NEW HOLLAND. PA.
Tri-Town Electric Co.
Sales 6 Service
Call 6-6661 Leola. Pa.
C. K. Baymond
FARM 6. HOME SUPPLIES
Phone: Leola 6-3171
Paul L. Andes
LIVE 6 DRESSED POULTRY
BAREVILLE R. D. 9641. PA.
Phone: Leola 6-3651
Flowers For All Occasions
Geo. W. Bard G Son
INSURANCE G REAL ESTATE
423 W. Iames St.
Rings . . . Trophies
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LANCASTER CHAIN SAWS
Henry's Sales 6 Service
Phone: Leola 6-2278
Duily's Meat Market
MEATS - GROCERIES
W. Main St.. Phone 4-0641
NEW HOLLAND. PA.
WASH. LUBRICATION, ACCESSORIES
Phone 4-8741 W. Main St.
NEW HOLLAND. PA.
LeRoy W. Groii
STOVES - BOTTLED GAS
517 W. Main Street
NEW HOLLAND, PA.
B. Z. Motors
LINCOLN - MERCURY
NEW HOLLAND, PA.
Brubaker Bros.. Inc.
DUCKS G TURKEYS
Phone: Leola 6-2224
C. ROSCOE MILLER
Wall Paper and Paper Hanging
Estimates Cheerlully Given
Stauiier Burner Co.
Phone: Terre Hill 5-2631
Gotham Hosiery Co..
School Lane Ave.
Iack 6. Iim Maser. Inc.
Complete Service on
EXCAVATING - GRADING
Phone: Ephrata 3-4950 or 3-4966
AUTO - LIFE - FIRE - CASUALTY
Daniel L. Kreider
TOYS - APPLIANCES FARM BUREAU INS. co.
NEW HOLLAND' PA. 2011 Old Phila. Pike Lancaster, Pa
Res. Oli. 4-7034
B, I. Rife, Ir, Compliments ol
Phone: Leola 6-3542 TW111 KISS
Iohn N. Sauder Auto Co.
NEW HOLLAND, PA.
Serving Your Automotive Need For Over 40 Years
Box 116 Brownstown. Pa.
Elva H. Weidman
BEAUTY AND GIFT SHOPPE
D. L BURKHOI.DER'S GARAGE
For Quality and Service
LEOLA, PA. Leola 6-2751
LEOLA WATER WORKS
Man's Greatest Need
GARAGE AND SERVICE STATION
Resources Over S2,800.000
Wheel Alignment 6 Balancing
C. H. Hess
Complete Automotive Service
1 Mile West ot Leacock Leola: 6-2462
THE ANCASTER RIOTUENGRAVING 0.
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D. M. Stoltzius 6. Son. Inc.
Phone: Leola 6-2601 TALMADGE. PA.
Horst. Lichty :S Frey
161-163 E. KING ST.
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