Eichelberger Senior High School 1941-42 Handbook
Handbook, Published by the Junior Honor Students of Eichelberger Senior High School, Hanover, York County, Pennsylvania for Students, Faculty, and Parents, 1941-1942 (Seventh Edition).
This handbook is published for the information of students of the Eichelberger Senior High School.
The student body of the high school is always a changing quantity. The rules, customs, and aims of the school have been passed along from one class to another, a more or less unsatisfactory procedure. This handbook is designed to overcome such a difficulty.
This book is presented in the conviction that it will be serviceable to both student body and faculty in putting them in touch with essential and important matters pertaining to the administration of the school.
Names in this online transcription include Bagshaw, Baldwin, Bankert, Baugher, Bittinger, Blettner, Boucher, Brammer, Carn, Davis, Diehl, Ealy, Eastep, Flickinger, Goodfellow, Hamm, Hopkins, Kinneman, Longanecker, Menges, Miller, Newborg, Nicholson, Rebert, Riley, Schafer, Schue, Shafer, Sheaffer, Sheppard, Shirk, Spangler, Tess, Torner, Turner, Vanderwall, Walter, Wines, Witmer, Zartman, Zinn.
Labels: Pennsylvania, School Records and Yearbooks
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