Elizabethtown College - Conestogan / Etonian Yearbook (Elizabethtown, PA)

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' CO 2 O CJ a) i o T3 H l5 U-i C o u 1) 4= DO •a c si 2 D o M o s S H a) 5 o 3 ha 3 e M 3 o •a c ' J 4= U n) h jn ezDedicat ion " To save succeeding generations from the scourge of war " The unanimous hope of the fifty-one nations represented at the San Francisco Conference of the United Nations Still the hope of free men every- where . To maintain this peace The United States together with fifty- nine other nations now works through the United Nations. On July 7, 1950, Warren Austin, for the United States, accepted the responsibility placed upon his country by the United Nations Now thousands of Americans among whom are men and women of Elizabeth- town College - Some in Korea - Serve in the United Nations Forces To these we gratefully offer in dedication this 195 1 CONESTOGAN. DRIVEWAY ENTRACE FACING ORANGE STREET m •t SCIENCE BUILDING 6 MEMORIAL HALL LIBRARY FAIRVIEW HALL ALPHA HALL AUDITORIUM GYMNASIUM „• v 3HK » CAPPELLA CHOIR ON MAY DAY UNWINDING THE 1950 MAYPOLE 10 rdfn in is tra ti ion rdminid tra live c ommiuee Itti A. C. BAUGHER, Ph. D. ; LL. D. President and Professor of Chemistry vtftftf G. «oc«»-ru . ° " B-- " Ses» s " iess S " c a tor tfo , of ' a ia Ser 12 srucultu RALPH WIEST SCHLOSSER, Litt. D. Professor of English CHARLES S. APGAR, Ph. D. Professor of Biology O. F. STAMBAUGH, Ph. D. Professor of Chemistry FREDERICK C. NEUMANN, Ph. D. Professor of Languages ELMER B. HOOVER, M. Ed. Associate Professor of Education GALEN C. KILHEFNER, M. Ed. Associate Professor of Sociology and Psychology CARL E. HEILMAN, M. Ed. Associate Professor of Mathematics and Physics EPHRAIM GIBBEL MEYER, A. M. Assistant Professor of Music Assistant Librarian 13 M. ALICE SYLVESTER HEILMAN, B.S.L. Librarian EBY C. ESPENSHADE, M. Ed. Associate Director of Admissions Alumni Secretary sracuttu VERA R. HACKMAN, A.M. Dean of Women Assistant Professor of English MAHLON H. HELLERICH, A. M. Assistant Professor of History ROBERT F. ESHLEMAN, Ph. D. Assistant Professor of Business Education and Sociology BESSIE D. APGAR, Ph. D. Assistant Professor of Biology IRA R. HERR, A.B. Director of Athletics Instructor in Physical Education 14 sracult 9 W. DAVID ALBRIGHT, A.B. Instructor in Music GERTRUDE ROYER MEYER Instructor in Piano EMMA R. ENGLE, A.B. Assistant Dean of Women Instructor in English MARTHA MARTIN, A. B. Instructor in Bible FRANK S. KUGLE, B.S. ; C.P.A. Instructor in Business Education JOSEPH H. DODD, B.S. Dean of Men Instructor in Physical Education KATHRYNHERR, A.B. Instructor in French 15 sracult y ,«■ ELINOR B. NEUMANN, A.M. Instructor in German GALEN W. HERR, B. S. Director of the Orchestra HARRY M. BOOK, M.A. Instructor in Art HAROLD HUNT, B. S. Instructor in Organ HIRAM J. FRYSINGER, M. A. Instructor in Mathematics and Physics SAMUEL S. WENGER, L.L.B. Special Lecturer in Law CHARLES E. WEAVER, M. D. Special Lecturer in Medical Laboratory Technology 16 jracuit y NEVIN ZUCK, S.T.M. Advisor to Religious Activities tacullu not f- ictured ELINOR HOLLIS, M.A. Instructor in Business Education CARL W. ZEIGLER, B. D. Instructor in Bible Bask t tbaii 17 L. to R. : Shirley Heisey, Ruth Zimmerly, Jane Hopkins, Shirley Warfel, Secretaries. Virginia Hixson 3?hyU»M»y° Jw " - " " " - Jheu rlAo «3« W • • • Martha Bashore and Mrs. Pautz setting the tables. Mr. Craighead. Chef. Mrs. Ishler and Mrs. Bomgardner preparing lunch. Senior B. s - •wat • • Business in sons GeitnaoY u Scv 1. B. tea tnice m f ££ icaiScn 001 ' .• college ence Fiist tfW the tK BL « to , B. s - ' u ung ' ' c ; ieI ;eo r tt as ° ne ota ate fttv D. c - cotp • ' 1 asW l ° ' .ScYvooi. , 20 f J)en l or ' , PS BE ETT R S Vn Busies Linistia uon - Active m f " i advance •• • oi v of God V oUth Cbui 0I o. s. »• a Bduca es -- . VjoiV-s »» con ta 1 diatnond . • ' si ' B. in u 1 beiai VecoodatV . Educa ' uon • B. eves t ess Vt sa son .V 10 ' " „ is h 21 rf- eta M« M feS 3 a o i y 22 Senior s. • • •J G ettnawV A m«E cKES •„ tducau° n tea {lTS v,ainna» • - seive • • ' 23 Senior SUB . iU ' S a 5- 1 S© ftA L „ . • S - a vrtie and • • ' U. S ' W „ ° veS u VacV c ' da»8 .Vvtei Guinea. 24 Senior V £ R ST1CK ing- ball Has one daug B. A. B. in U el B « Ae but tnVgW G.1- ' ' n( Va. • teatn Base ' Vatsi-tV ... C teUs C m er 0lt, V sheV d C baIS oduacvous • • ' . • • cheerf - mnsi° • • 25 Senior lAt. W • school . • • iel i» stories vett- ASLtBW n . A. B - , atv {ieid » lelcU Cessive A 1 " ' ' « tnai° Y ■ ' ' .Drives Bhi ! „ » " f fc . " livtetest of a e Aa« coins- uOPP© R S. i n EdU " wV- ' -JLffade. 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Ml ois fl 6 B - in " V ?° ' studies .beiai Scout- U ' rf S Aits toS Sociai »«■-- ;no in Eni°Y s via mds« vjoods- Ideut. S. in Set en ce Ua etna ncs- DaV Stuo 31 So " 1 Vs B . s. » Bu ; .ess AdtnW oaa theater ° U1 u . itv bn d ? 6 ' DaV St es soaV % ■ ' ' ptactic e dent. fiABBS SttUSt A. B. in Liberal ;W ina y Ai u • . s tennis Vlas tw° cnw U Sts - ' -..An,a B»» tP aementatV- cation-- fc . Poet. pbotoff a e 32 jyenior ,1 ., ,- ,U-l ' - W° • ' Rebate 1 • • batna- • • o{ flo e am- t eiestsin {veW VIVIAN st DER £ng ' ti a ndSo. in Ubeia Aits Edrtot S an ' ' ne avai e ■ " College. o{ conesto- Ihe King ' ! Vlusic tf) ftN SP , A.. D - of Bapt • • Texan. • • , t hei an • • • abot- 33 -astet tanca . in Education B- S c soloist Bass soi 1 ' r at State OttVi- opetatot at Vlospita 1 - Eleine Senior ? 11 1 M ■ 5V 1 1 eo ce ? • « OB Uoi d --. ' B i ? pin?,? ong- CiassP 1 ,tesv dent fcfi tVO jeats- B. S. i° fcdu- Seiv ed ca uonv„?ea rr n v e i» Scout eats • • 34 Senior fjia • • • B - S ' Genexal .Association. 1 . . Ju • atf . ■ ■■ t utcn ttvedic 6 ' fA. ' Co tvest°S a T ecV ° Goo itit- ' " fl to« 35 Senior Uanheim . • • Day student •••tSa asherV--- . . W° s in D ebatei . ■ ■ Vines wnoi . • ■ Hop es to ..rCotneVl. I, N B- S - icattfet- enterCo J. ot V,s at Secondary • . . • Student- ttfk Zl 1 .SGU in U jeta stov n • ' - seminal -aV ■ ' Genets toUe ••« ?$? A » • • • M t editor sity ° • % » 5l. and VennsV anU ' ' ' bandson - 36 Seniors not f ictured r ) i DALE HYLTON Lancaster . . . A.B. in Liberal Arts . . . Married . . . Southern drawl . . . Originally from Willis, Va. . . . Bethany Biblical Seminary. £ eniord CORA ANDERSON Pittsburgh B.S. in Education MRS. JEAN FOUTS Lancaster A.B. in Liberal Arts PAUL MECKLEY Elizabethtown B. S. in Business Administration " MRS. ADA REIGLE Palmyra B. S. in Education GILBERT GOTTSHALL Lancaster B. S. in Business Education EARL ROHRBAUGH Harrisburg B.S. in Business Administration MERRILL GROSS Harrisburg B. S. in Business Administration MRS. MURIEL SAYLOR Elizabethtown B.S. in Education J. EARL HEISEY Palmyra B.S. in Education .HERBERT SMETHERS Herndon A.B. in Liberal Arts CARL MARTIN Harrisburg B. S. in Business Administration LILY MARTIN Elizabethtown B.S. in Education RUSSEL WALTER Biglerville B.S. in Education JOSEPH ZAVARICH Lancaster A.B. in Liberal Arts 37 " -■ -» « 0 ' ■■ W umorS EUGENE ANDERSON Carlisle LOUISE BARTENSLAGER New Freedom JOHN BENDER Harrisburg TRYON BENNER Thorn psontown EDWARD BRUNNER Enhaut JOHN BRUNNER Enhaut ANTHONY BRUSCIA Hershey DONALD CAMPBELL Quakettown 38 s uniord PAUL DAVIS Phoenixville MICHAEL DONNELLY Lancaster PEGGY EBERLY Elizabethtown RICHARD FARLEY Harrisburg WILLIAM FOSTER Norwood BERNICE GIBBLE Myerstown RICHARD GOSS Lewistown MRS. DOROTHY GOTTSHALL Lancaster 39 J uniorS JAMES GROSS Dauphin J. WILMER HEISEY Mt. Joy CHRISTINE HEWETT Mechanicsburg THOMAS KAY Middletown CARL KAUFMAN New Cumberland GRACE KEENY New Freedom THOMAS KINGREE Smoketown 40 J umord L. FAYE KOONTZ Clearville DORIS KOPP York New Salem JOHN KREIDER Mt. Joy PAUL KRICK Reamstown RICHARD MARTIN Mt. Joy JAMES MEMINGER Lancaster CELIA ANN MILLER Penryn DAVID MILNE York 41 j unions DAVID MYERS Elizabethtown JAMES OBETZ Lancaster DONALD REAM Richlandtown WILLIAM SCHNEIDER Ventnor City, New Jerse J. ALBERT SELDOMRIDGE Lancaster J. BURTON SHELLHAMMER Steelton MARY JANE SHULER Harrisburg J. EDWARD SMITH Ephrata 42 j . uniord KATHERINE STRUMPFER Philadelphia C. GILBERT YOUNG Telford i uniorA no t [Pictured MRS. LEONA BISHOP Elizabethtown JOHN CONSLEY York JAMES LEBER Dallastown MRS. GLADYS McGURK York MRS. JUNE DANIELS Palmyra DONALD REID Middletown GERALD FOSBENNER Quakertown WILBUR ROBERTSON York ELIZABETH FROST Lancaster GWENDOLYN RODDY Wynnewood ELWOOD GRIMM Elizabethtown ISRAEL ROYER Carlisle BEN HESS Mt. Joy CLIFFORD SCHOTT Berlin, Maryland LEE HORNBERGER Hershey MARY TISHOCK Smoke Run 43 S opk r omoreS JEAN BAGENSTOSE Shoemakersville VICTOR BALLOU Lancaster DORIS ANN BARTRAM Harrisburg GORDON BAVER Pennsburg MARIANE BEANE Paradise JULIUS BELSER Elizabethtown DALE BERKHEIMER York ELSIE BOMGARDNER Elizabethtown 44 S opk r omoreS LAURA MAE BOONE Loganton JOSEPHINE BOWMAN Lebanon RUTH BUCHER Lebanon ROBERT DAVIDSON Philadelphia JOHN DEAN McClure MIRIAM DOUPLE West Lawn WILLIAM ELLSWORTH Stetlersville WALTON EMIG Spring Grove 45 oph r omored JACK FICHTER Pennsauken, New Jersey MARTIN FORNEY Elizabethtown MRS. RACHEL FORRY Hershey DORIS FOX Mount Pleasant HAROLD GEIB Manheim CORA MAE GETTEL Sebring, Florida H. LAMAR GIBBLE Manheim M. ARLENE GINGRICH East Petersburg 46 S opk r omoreb sr ,4 , HARVEY GROFF, JR. Salunga GLENN HAMME Spriny Grove WILLIAM HARLIN Huntingdon NANCY HEATWOLE Palmyra A. LUCILLE HEISEY Lincoln J. ROBERT HERR Salunga JAMES HIVNER Elizabethtown HENRY HOERNER Elizabethtown 47 S ovyh r omoreS DANIEL HOOPERT Mt. Joy C. FREDERICK HORBACH Ashland MARSHALL HOUSE Harrisburg ARLENE KEENEY Rehrersburg WILLIAM KELL Dallastown NELSON KLINE McClure PHYLLIS KRATZ Millville, New Jersey JOHN KUGLE York 48 oph r omoreS f CARLTON LEHMAN Lebanon • " m MARTHA JANE LUTZ Elizabethtown wammmma JOHN MADEIRA Harrisburg FREDRICK MALMBORG Manheim • ' jjpi s K " WILBUR McKEAN Mechanicsburg JEAN MILLER Lansdowne MARY JEAN MILLER Elizabethtown WALTON MOYER Telford 49 S otph r omoreJ LUCY MUSSELMAN Vernfield DAVID NEWCOMER Elizabethtown BETTE PAXSON Elizabethtown JUNE RAMSBERGER Middletown FREDERICK RANCK Kinzers DOROTHY RITTER Richlandtown GERALD ROLAND Elizabethtown CHARLES ROTH Lititz 50 opk JOYCE RUNK Lineboro r omoreJ PHYLLIS SAYLOR Red Lion NANCY SELDOMRIDGE Lancaster NANCY SHEAFFER Chambersburg ELLIS SHENK Myerstown LEONARD SHERTZER Hummelstown fa 4 1 NEVIN SNADER Akron ANITA SWORDS Lancaster 51 S oph r homoreS M. MARGARET WALZL Lancaster SHIRLEY WARNER Hummelstown MARY ALICE WEICKSEL Christiana PAUL WELLIVER Elizabethtown ALAN WHITACRE Ridgeley, W. Va. DANIEL WHITACRE Keyser, W. Va. - ' f FREDERICK WILLIAMS New Cumberland DAVID WILSON Mechanicsburg 52 S opk r omored CARLOS ZIEGLER Lititz r- % LEVI ZIEGLER Annville Sophomores not t f- icCurea ROBERT ALLISON ELMER KUNKEL Lancaster East Berlin RICHARD AULT ROBERT MILLER York Hellam JOHN BOLTON S. DAVID SHAFER Harrisburg Hershey MARILYN DEPPE CHRISTOPHER SIMPSON Lebanon Philadelphia PHYLLIS DOUGHARTY JAMES STOLTZFUS Landisville Camp Hill DAVID EBERSOLE ISAAC STUDHOLM Lancaster Lykens STANLEY GRILL ROBERT ZIEGLER Christiana Eliza bethtown 53 PAULBASHORE jonestovm W1 LaAMBAUSMAN Mi dd etown %e en MARY ANN BECK Hagerstown. Maryland JULIA BENDER Lebanon Tannage mA rY BAREEY Danvitt e V 6 r A I ■ NORMAN BOWERS LandisviUe MARY JANE BOYER Lebanon 54 j VtfS EYYZi sbM IJMfr B £ BA 5 tet HaII isbuig GVj obia cRUU Soudetton U 1 DE s0 BAB BARA Hattisbu tg SHIRLEY DIEHL Scbnecks e Penbto E DtR s Gl ?0 pjAtY 55 freW GLOBIAHJHRMAN Lebanon DALE GROFF Lancaster trie 1 JOANNE GROFF Lititz RICHARD GUNDRUM Harrisburg LOIS FRANTZ Lebanon GEORGE FROST Elizabethtovm f% RICHARD HACKMAN Hummelstown MARY3ANEHOFFER Mt. Joy 56 AN 1TAKEENEY MRS. Mt. J°y MARK KEENEY wt. J°y ssss- poU C eona 1SGR1 G u JOHN KE1PER Pottstovrn ]A AES KLOCK Heindon DOiORES ' d Hap etst°vm. EUX.BETH and Ha getstovra. Mai7 v 57 MARIAN MEYER Lebanon WILLIAM MEYERS NeW Freedom QJ " CLARENCE MILLER Hanover LEROY MILLER Lebanon c phylus LONGENECKER E. Lebanon v MAB 1AN M1EEER Aanheim CHARD M1U.ER Waynesbora 58 JOYCE MOORE Paradise CATHARINE MOYER York Han isbuig T HELMANHDU»GER Pine Giove %eik en MA «1AH NEWCOMER Salunga MARY WltBERTA PAUL eyetsdaie JAMES RAHN Elizabethtown GRETA RHMER Manheim 59 JEAN ROLAND EUzabethtovm THOMAS RUOSS Strasbuig J-reW 1 men PHYLLIS SHARP Lebanon A . DOROTHY SHEARER Elizabethtown H EtfRY RE ER EUzabeUitown JACK RHEN Mi dd etovm ' . • EIL SHOP penbi 00V. GLEN Be e em S OV OEN 60 tfflB HaI tisbutg sT UCKEY fJrJ 1 duo u 1 sT B0LM vo ttE lG BeiU n GfcimanV 3A £ MaV tovm V A-U pa VJBCttt UBO oW cic eto. 61 SHIRLEY YOUNG McClure jrreshmen not (Pictured LEON ABEL GEORGE LUDWIG York New Holland EDWARD BELLIS SAMUEL MAGARO Middletown FRANCES BISHOP Oberlin Harrisburg LOUIS MALINOWSKI Camden, N. J. RICHARD CASSEL RICHARD McELRATH Hummelstown Thompsontown JAY FREY HAROLD MOWRER Elizabethtown Paradise IRVIN GEBHART, JR. GEORGE PAUL Elizabethtown New Bloomfield PAUL GREINER ROYDEN PRICE Elizabethtown Vernfield GEORGE KANOFF JAY WALMER Elizabethtown Elizabethtown HARRY KURZ GERALD WEAVER Philadelphia Elizabethtown KENNETH WITTLE Elizabethtown Special students T MARTHA BASHORE Rehresburg SHIRLEY HEISEY Mt. Joy CHWAN CHANG YANG Chungking, China CHARLES WELLS Elizabethtown Vol Pictured DOLORES BOLLMAN Elizabethtown TRUMAN CASSEL, JR. Hummelstown CARL COPE Palmyra K. ELAINE FREY Elizabethtown DAVID GEORGE Elizabethtown WILLIAM HARE Rheems CHESTER HARTMAN Middletown MARY HEPSCHMIDT Elizabethtown WILBUR HORNAFIUS Elizabethtown GLADYS PAUL Elizabethtown MARCELLA POWERS Elizabethtown JUNE SHAPBELL Elizabethtown RALPH THOME Mt. Joy JEAN WEAVER Elizabethtown GEORGE WELLS Elizabethtown 62 ArctivltieS 63 student Ljc ouernmen t STUDENT SENATE, L. toR. : James Meminger, Earl Ziegler, Ben Ebersole, Helen Kreider, Miss Hackman, Adviser, William Schneider, Wilmer Trinkle, Margaret Bose, Earl Hess, Mr. Dodd, Adviser, Michael Donnelly, Albert Sel- domridge, Israel Royer. Scene of the meetings: Student activities office. . . .Sponsors cam- pus parties. . . .Faculty-student re- lations. . . . Red Cross blood -donor drive Student elections Freshman orientation. . . .Publishes " The Rudder " .... The affairs and problems of the student body. Scene of the Freshman-Sophomore Tug- of-War at Lake Placida. 64 COMMITTEE ON MEN ' S AFFAIRS STANDING: Mr. Joseph Dodd, Adviser, Julius Belser. SEATED, L. to R. : Harold Geib, Gil- bert Young, Donald Campbell, Robert Harlin. The campaign for this year ' s officers COMMITTEE ON WOMEN ' S AFFAIRS L. to R. : Carole Meckley, Shirley Warner, Barbara Nelson, Joyce Foley, Mary Hess, Doris Kopp. Provisions of the new student constitution Planning dorms ' social activities Christmas party in Alpha Making favors Making democracy live. 65 Student L hridtian Vvit ouemen t ■ A typical Wednesday night. Fourteen cabinet members Enlarged mem- bership Deputation groups Commission nights Halloween party " God-Let ' s find Him " --theme of S. CM. conference at Bridge- water, Va Christmas party for underprivileged children " Ibelieve " . . . .Religious movies Morning devotions " The Secret Place " Spiritual emphasis week " Twirp Day " Vespers International Christian University pro- ject Spring retreat at Mt. Gretna Luther- an Student Association. The new chancel BACK, L. to R.: Helen Kreider, Gilbert Young, Walton Moyer, Christine Hewett, Julius Belser, Rev. Nevin Zuck, Doris Fox, Grace Keeny, Earl Ziegler. FRONT, L. to R. : Albert Seldomridge, Louise Bartenslager, Pauline Nissley, Ben Ebersole. 66 Santa Claus Albright makes some new friends. L.S.A. meeting in Rev. Fetter ' s home. Deputation group ready to leave — Girls ' trio — Elsie Bomgardner, Doris Fox, Cora Mae Gettel — Speaker Car- los Ziegler. 67 ( onedto 9 cm EDITORIAL STAFF L. to R. : William Kell, Fred Horbach, Louise Bartenslager, John Dean, Charmaine Fickes, Vivian Snyder, Andre Yon. 0l Busy staff meetings Election day to choose new name Get more ads Any letters today from Yearbook House? Begin writing copy Picture schedules Return proofs Be on time for group pictures Are division pages O.K. ?. . . Dreaded deadlines Set-up dummy Long hours of pasting Received Conestogans today. . . Distribution tomorrow. T YPlSTS Mae Getiel. Margaret .„ d • Coia Mae « Thomas f- a ) " " f ££»««- «■! ? Farley. L ale HatUn ' F ,mev checking « and Glenn Forney ads Peggy v ' alzl C townian PLANNING A FUTURE " ETOWNIAN " L. to R. : J. Wilmer Heisey, Thomas Kay, Edward Smith, Gerald Fosbenner, Celia Miller, Editor, Gilbert Young. Press conferences. . . journalism class Visits to " The Chronicle " office Make-up committee " Use better word here " Headline head- aches Deadlines Copy reading Inter- views Re-writing How to fill that extra space? After all this, another issue of " The Etownian " was in your hands. s eld 0mridge Car] Kaufman, A]ben 2 ' egle,, Mlss Glen Snowden running over the scales for instructor, Mrs. Meyer. CHAPEL CHOIR L. to R. : Carlos Ziegler, Elsie Bomgardner, Shirley Young, John Keiper, Gene Swords, Lois Frantz, Gloria Fuhrman, Howard Wittel. ORGAN CLUB MEMBERS: Mary Jane Shuler, Anita Swords, Lois Frantz. ENSEMBLE Catharine Moyer, Fem Hoffer, Fred Horbach, Mariane Beane, Christine Hewett, Mr. Galen Herr, conductor. 70 m u ic A CAPPELLA CHOIR IN ACTION A Cappella Choir Chapel Choirs College-Community Chorus The Men of Song Organ Club. .... .Orchestra Piano Long hours of practice Christmas concert New organ this year " King of Kings " Sweet strains Major and minor, flats and sharps Good exercise for vocal chords " Someone ' s off " Andante, pian- issimo, largol Fitting new robes Choir trips second semester. CHAPEL CHOIR L. to R. : Nancy Mathias, Helen Kreider, David Myers, Earl Ziegler, Mr. Albright, Director; Gerald Fosbenner, Harry Shuster Mary Jean Miller, Barbara Nelson. THE MEN OF SONG L. to R. : Gerald Fosbenner, Glenn Forney, Donald Ream, David Myers. 71 J ociut and I ■Political Science K lubi ie , D onneU7. n{eience . Take a large measure of gregarious indiv iduals Add basic problems until psychological inter- action becomes violent Observe behavior pat- terns AIlow t0 cool Notice a precipitation of stresses and strains Problem (?)--to restore equilibrium A job for social scientists! Club organized in November I. Wayne Keller Illustrated talk on Mediterranean culture Plans for trip to Lake Success, not a success Contacts with social science alumni Round-table dis- cussions on pertinent topics. Democrat or Republican ? . . . . Election campaigns Inter-collegiate Conference on Government at Harrisburg. . . .Propaganda. . . . Heated discussions (?) The Republican representative that almost didn ' t arrive Soap box orations Prominent P lacards Which will it be: Fine or Dilworth? Fine Results of mock election. 2xl tu aun 9 ( iub Resolved: That the Non-Communist Nations of the World Should Form a New International Organi- zation Argumentation and debate class Hunting material in card catalog Waiting for the right word to come along Nervous tension on D-day (debate day) Reasoning logically. . . . Rebuttals The negative and affirmative. L. to R. : Gloria Crouthamel, Mrs. Neumann, Fred Horbr.c ' :, Ruth Bucher. ' y tench and V-ji erman y tuoi Meetings in Mr. Neumann ' s home German readings folk games German songs Roland von Hentig, honorary member German church service Composers Records. French conversations Talks by Andre . . Pictures of Paris Movie Roller skating party First Tuesday of each month. L. to R. : Roland von Hentig, Peggy Eberly, • William Ellsworth, Dr. Frederick Neumann, Adviser;Mrs. Neumann, Richard Neumann. L. to R. : Stanford Cox, Pauline Nissley, Mrs. Herr, Adviser: Nancy Shaeffer, Levi Ziegler. 74 Jfnternationai Kelalioni L lub Books for Europe Forums Discussions led by foreign students on campus U. N. Day Model United Nations at Beaver College Interest course on parliamentary procedure. 4 ■ :JJL L. to R. : Jerome Bauknight, Benjamin Ebersole, Burton Shellhammer, Armon Snowden. FOREIGN STUDENTS L. to R. : Roland von Hentig, Mrs. Anita Keeney, Andre Yon, Chwan Chang Yang. 75 L. to R. : William Foster, Gerald Burdick, Donald Campbell, Joyce Runk, Marilyn Deppe. c omerciantes ianle Business students Ice Capades Member- ship drive Refreshments Future leaders in the business world " Salesmanship " , " Personnel Management " , " Accounting Opportunities " NOMA Conference. L. to R. : Margaret Bose, Richard Martin, William Schneider, Arlene Gingrich going to class in business building. Phyllis Dougherty and Doris Kopp pre- paring to slip-sheet a mimeographed test. 76 L. to R. : William Landis, Marshall House, Maurice Stahler, Charles Wells. Pk u Cki Dr. Apgar ' s forty winks at Bower ' s Beach. L. to R. : Robert Trimmer, James Obetz, Mariane Beane, Dr. Charles Apgar, Gilbert Young and a dissected Felis Libyca domestica. 77 Fishing trip Former Sigma Kappa Xi Hikes Films Visiting Amish home Field trips Entrance examination Painted aprons and foreheads during Initiation week Science: the sacred cow? The truth about the Bunsen burner. . . . There goes the science building! J ock and (JSudt uAKin p a„,on» m e « " " " « celia »!» " • Lights Curtain Action Applause (?) Pantomimes One-act plays Student-faculty plays Miss Hollis, new director Initiation Point-system membership Student dir- ectors Impromptu plays " That Bernhardt touch " Would Shakespeare approve? The flair for tragedy and comedy. •AS YOU LIKE IT " MAY DAY 1950 78 Iruture Jeacners of sWi men CO- ROUND-TABLE DISCUSSION, L. to R. : Ben Ebersole, Fern Hoffer, Charmaine Fickes, Dr. Henry Bucher, Mildred Becker, Paul Senseni| New members. . . .Round-table discussion on dis- cipline Progressive education Filling out application forms Debates Practice teach- ing Observation N.E.A. Journals Conferences National education week Pro- ject and merit system Professional placement bureau Socials Trip to the F.T. A. State Convention. Student teacher, Joyce Foley, explains biological problem to two interested pupils. John Thompson, Fern Hoffer, and Arthur Heipler filling out application forms. Mr. Hoover conferring with Mary Hess. 79 WLj 2ba V -t950 eo (commencement — i950 81 eJLlbraru Hjedication — 1950 y 82 83 $ 6rf - - JP - i HI Kf w iff I? Tf 1 Mf I 1 . ' Jl i - If $ ' ;.tP HHl VHHIKI 3.d 85 «4 — O E-town - Opp. Oct. 3 Kings 5 I Oct. 7 Bloomsburg I 4 Oct. II Towson I 3 Oct. 14 University of Baltimore 4 Oct. 21 Lincoln 4 3 Oct. 28 Lincoln 3 2 Nov. 3 Lock Haven I 4 Nov. 1 1 Towson 5 5 CHEERLEADERS Jne ( luebirdi Dec. Dec. Jan. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Mar. Mar. 2 7 20 6 9 16 20 2 4 3 Kings College 6° York Junior College 67 Linden Hall 2 7 Millersville 4 8 Bridgewater l 9 Immaculata ' ' Lebanon Valley 33 Bridgewater 2 4 Lebanon Valley 2 4 Millersville 2 9 87 I A Y V E E S Dec. 6 Dec. 9 Dec. 12 Jan. 6 Jan. 1 1 Jan. 13 Jan. 15 Jan. 20 Jan. 26 Jan. 31 Feb. 3 Feb. 7 Feb. 13 Feb. 17 Feb. 20 Feb. 23 Feb. 27 Mar. 3 E-Town - Opp. Stevens 39 40 Juniata 43 39 Mt. St. Mary ' s 54 45 Lebanon Valley 45 43 Albright 60 44 Susquehanna 56 44 Ursinus 40 49 Elizabethtown All-Stars 45 36 Lincoln - -[ 39 Millersville 40 66 Dickinson 57 62 L incoln 46 60 Lebanon Valley. . , 58 32 Juniata 61 60 Mt. St. Mary ' s 64 51 Millersville 62 60 Dickinson 67 54 Susquehanna 66 38 88 Mb " 7 SO f tt E-:own Kings (Delaware) 5 8 Phila . Tex . Ins 59 Juniata 39 Mt. St. Mary ' s 53 Bridgewater 5° Towson 63 Lebanon Valley 7 2 Albright 55 Susquehanna 5 2 Ursinus 5° L ycoming 00 L incoln 49 Millersville 53 Dickinson 53 Lycoming 4° Lebanon Valley 7 l Juniata 57 Mt. St. Mary ' s 3 8 Millersville 4 6 Dickinson 59 Susquehanna 43 St. Joseph ' s (Phila.) 44 Lincoln 59 dill Foster Scores again The jump-up 89 d5a5ebciii April I April 3 April 12 April 22 April 27 April 29 May 2 May 5 May 6 May g May 11 May 13 May 16 May 17 May 20 May 26 May 27 E-town Millersville 7 Shepherd 8 P. M. C n Bridgewater 6 Albright 3 Juniata a Susquehanna n Albright 3 Lebanon Valley 2 Dickinson c Susquehanna 11 Lincoln 10 Lebanon Valley 2 Ursinus o Juniata 1 Shepherd 3 Towson 4 Opp. 12 9 5 9 4 7 2 7 15 17 6 2 4 4 3 4 3 Ml JNN4 90 E-Town - Opp April 14 Albright. Rain April 19 Millersville 6 3 April 22 Millersville Rain April 24 Dickinson 2 7 April 27 Albright. 4 5 April 29 Juniata 5 4 May 2 Susquehanna 8 I May 6 Ursinus Rain May 9 Dickinson 7 May 1 1 Susquehanna 5 4 May 20 Juniata 8 I L. to R. : William Schneider, James Meminger, Robert Harlin. JAMES MEMINGER, Captain enniS Entered Perm Relays First time in many years Finished in sev- enth place. READY, SET,. -- L. to R. : John Brunner, Armon Snowden, Andre Yon, Charles Roth. ANDRE YON and JOHN BRUNNER. 91 DIRECTORY Israei Royer Albert Seldomridge Earl Ziegler STUDENT SENATE Pres. : Wilmer Trinkle V. Pres. : Earl Hess Sec. : Margaret Bose Treas. : William Schneider Senators: Michael Donnelly Benjamin Ebersole Helen Kreider James Meminger Advisers: Vera R. Hackman, Dean of Women Joseph H. Dodd, Dean of Men COMMITTEE ON WOMEN ' S AFFAIRS Pres. : Joyce Foley Sec. : Barbara Nelson Other Members: Mary Hess Carole Meckley Doris Kopp Shirley Warner Adviser: Vera R. Hackman, Dean of Women COMMITTEE ON MEN ' S AFFAIRS Pres.: Gilbert Young Sec. : Donald Campbell Other Members: Julius Belser Robert Harlin Harold Geib Kenneth Weaver Adviser: Joseph H. Dodd, " Dean of Men STUDENT CHRISTIAN MOVEMENT CABINET Pres. : Earl Ziegler V. Pres. : Julius Belser Sec. : Louise Bartenslager Treas. : Albert Seldomridge Adviser: Rev. Nevin H. Zuck Cabinet Members: Ben Ebersole Doris Fox Christine Hewett Grace Keeny Helen Kreider Walton Moyer Pauline Nissley Nancy Sheaffer Gilbert Young CONESTOGAN STAFF Editor: Vivian Snyder Ass ' t. Editor: John Dean Art Editor: Andre Yon Staff Members: Louise Bartenslager Charmaine Fickes Fred Horbach Typists: Margaret Bose Cora Mae Gettel Business Manager: Robert Hammers Business Staff: Dale Berkheimer Richard Farley Glenn Forney Adviser: Vera R. Hackman Thomas Kay William Kell Albert Seldomridge Robert Harlin David Newcomer Margaret Walzl ETOWNIAN STAFF Editor: Celia Miller Ass ' t. Editor: John Dean Business Manager: David Newcomer Circulation Manager: Walton Moyer Sports Editor: Carl Kaufman Reporters: Benjamin Ebersole Gerald Fosbenner J. Wilmer Heisey Thomas Kay Hugh Manifold Albert Seldomridge Adviser: Vera R. Hackman SOCK BUSKIN Pres. : Barbara Nelson V. Pres. : Pauline Nissley Sec. : Louise Bartenslager Treas. : Gilbert Young Other Members: Edward Smith Arm on Snowden Vivian Snyder Gilbert Young Earl Ziegler Leona Bishop Josephine Bowman Walton Emig Benjamin Ebersole Jack Fichter Christine Hewett Frederick Horbach Adviser: Elinor Hollis Arlene Keeney Helen Kreider Celia Miller Israel Royer Nancy Shaeffer Armon Snowden Daniel Whitaker 92 DIRECTORY CLASS OF 1951 Pres.: Robert Trimmer V. Pres.: Earl Ziegler Sec: Margaret Bose Treas.: Stanley Hoover CLASS OF 1953 CLASS OF 1952 FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA Pres.: James Meminger Pres.: Israel Roy er V. Pres.: Albert Seldomridge V. Pres.: William Kell Sec.: Bernice Gibble Treas.: William Foster CLASS OF ■954 Pres.: C. Frederick Horbach V. Pres.: Fredrick Malmborg Sec.: Shirley Warner Treas.: Ellis Shenk SOCIAL SCIENCE CLUB Pres. : Harry Shuster V. Pres. : Armon Snowden Sec. -Treas. : Robert Herr Other Members: Pres.: Glen Snowden V. Pres.: Ronald Murphy Sec. : Marian Miller Treas.: Glenn Forney Daniel Hoopert Stanley Kettering Frederick Malmborg Hugh Manifold Nevin Snader J. I. Wenger Julius Belser J. R. Bennett John Brunner Paul Davis David Ebersole William Ellswroth Jack Fichter Adviser: Dr. R. F. Eshleman LE CERCLE FRANCAIS Pres. : Andre Yon V. Pres. : Levi Ziegler Sec. : Celia Miller Treas. : Henry Hoerner Other Members: Robert Allison Jerome Bauknight Tyron Benner Jack Bolton Stanford Cox Nelson Kline Adviser: Kathryn Herr PHI BETA CHI Pres. : Robert Trimmer V. Pres. : Darwin Hollinger Sec. -Treas. : Katherine Strumpfer Other Members: Jean Bagenstose Mariane Beane Tyron Benner Peggy Eberly Glenn Hamme Charmar Hershey Richard Heisey Adviser: Dr. Charles Apgar Carlton Lehman Pauline Nissley Nancy Sheaffer Burton Shellhammer Robert Springer Roland von Hentig Sec. : Dorothy Gottshall Treas. : Margaret Bose Other Members: Leon Abel Eugene Anderson Roy Arnold Louise Bartenslager Mildred Becker Laura Mae Boone John Brunner Jean Burkhart Donald Campbell Stanford Cox Peggy Eberly Benjamin Ebersole Jack Fichter Charmaine Fickes Joyce Foley Glenn Forney William Foster Bernice Gibble Richard Goss Donald Haverstick A. Lucille Heisey Charmar Hershey Earl Hess Mary Hess Christine Hewett Henry Hoerner Adviser: Elmer B. Hoover Fern Hoffer Arlene Keeney Grace Keeny John Kiehl Joan Kratz Helen Kreider Carole Meckley Celia Miller Robert Miller Anna Mudrinich Lucy Musselman Barbara Nelson Pauline Nissley Joseph Prokopchak Lois Rinehart Lillian Rutherford Paul Sensenig Burton Shellhammer Vivian Snyder Maurice Stahler John Thompson Russell Walter Shirley Warner Geore Wells Daniel Whitacre Earl Ziegler Marshall House William Landis Walton Moyer James Obetz Ellis Shenk Alice Weicksel Gilbert Young DEBATING CLUB Debate Manager: Gerald Fosbenner Adviser: Mahlon Hellerich Resolved: That the Non-Communist Nations of the World Should Form a New International Organization. Members: Robert Allison Julia Bender Gloria Crouthamel Shirley Diehl Benjamin Ebersole Walton Emig Gerald Fosbenner Stanley Grill Daniel Hoopert Wilberta Paul Donald Ream Armon Snowden Alan Whitacre Roland von Hentig 93 DIRECTORY A CAPPELLA CHOIR SOPRANOS Elsie Bomgardner Gloria Fuhrman Cora Mae Gettle Lucille Heisey Charmar Hershey Nancy Mathias Marian Meyer Barbara Nelson ALTOS Lois Frantz Nancy Heatwole Bonnie Kreider Marian Miller Mary Jean Miller Anita Swords Shirley Young Director: David Albright CHAPEL CHOIRS TENORS Paul Bashore Glenn Forney David Myers Carlos Ziegler BASS Gerald Fosbenner Harold Geib Lamar Gibble John Keiper John Madeira Leroy Miller Donald Ream Ellis Shenk Monday Friday Gerald Fosbenner Helen Kreider Nancy Mathias Mary Jean Miller David Myers Barbara Nelson Harry Shuster Earl Ziegler Tuesday Thursday Elsie Bomgardner Glenn Forney Lois Frantz Gloria Fuhrman John Keiper Gene Swords Howard Wittel Shirley Young MEN OF SONG First Tenor: David Myers Second Tenor: Glenn Forney First Bass: Gerald Fosbenner Second Bass: Donald Ream ORCHESTRA COMERCIANTES Pres. : Robert Hammers V. Pres. : Gerald Burdick Sec. : Doris Kopp Treas. : Donald Campbell Other Members: William Bausman James Bennett Dale Berkheimer Margaret Bose Phyllis Dougherty Marian Douple Richard Farley Harold Geib Arlene Gingrich Stanley Hoover Adviser: Frank Kugle POLITICAL SCIENCE CLUB Pres. : Michael Donnelly V. Pres. : Edward Smith Other Members: Norman Bowers Robert Enterline Richard Heisey Earl Hess Wilbur Hornafius Stanley Kettering INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB Pres. : Armon Snowden V. Pres. : Benjamin Ebersole Sec. - Treas. : Albert Seldomridge Other Members: Jerome Bauknight Gloria Crouthamel William Ellsworth Roland von Hentig Adviser: Mahlon Hellerich GERMAN CLUB Stanley Kettering E. Wade Kling Richard Martin Jean Miller Anna Mudrinich David Newcomer Martin Risser Joyce Runk William Schneider Paul Welliver Hugh Manifold Martin Risser Paul Sensenig Irvin Wenger Howard Wittel Thelma Neidlinger Burton Shellhammer Andre Yon Gilbert Young Conductor: Members: Prof. Galen Herr Paul Bashore Mariane Beane Walter ' Gingrich S. Richard Heisey Christine Hewett Fem Hoffer Janet Hollinger C. Frederick Horbach Vinton Longenecker Catharine Moyer Walton Moyer Joseph Prokopchak Pres. Peggy Eberly V. Pres. : Frederick Horbach Sec. : Jean Bagenstose Treas. : William Ellsworth Other Members: Ruth Bucher Celia Miller Gloria Crouthamel Walton Moyer George Frost Roland von Hentig Adviser: Frederick Neumann (honorary) 94 DIRECTORY VARSITY BASKETBALL VARSITY BASEBALL 1949-50 Members: Jack Bolton F Edward Brunner C John Brunner G William Foster F Harry Kurz F Carl Martin G Coach: Stanley von Nieda James Meminger F Donald Reid F Israel Royer C William Schneider G Gerald Weaver C Harold Wilson G JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL Members: Robert Davidson F Larry Enders G Gordon Foster C Stanley Grill G Glenn Hamme F Thomas Kingree G Coach: Joseph H. Dodd Neslon Kline G Carlton Lehman F Vinton Longenecker F Harold Mowrer G Charles Roth F Neil Shope F WOMEN ' S VARSITY BASKETBALL Members: Jean Bagenstose F Mariane Beane G Cora Mae Gettel F Doris Kopp G Phyllis Kratz G Helen Kreider F Coach: Ira R. Herr VARSITY SOCCER Members: Tyron Benner L Richard Cassel L William Foster G George Frost L Jay Fry L Richard Gundrum L Richard Hackman L Glenn Hamme FB Donald Haverstick HB Henry Hoerner L Stanley Kettering FB Thomas Kingree Coach: Joseph H. Dodd Student Manager: Harold Geib Dolores Landis G Phyllis Saylor G Nancy Stuckey F Shirley Warner F Alice Weicksel F Shirley Young G Nelson Kline HB Carlton Lehman L Vinton Longenecker L Richard McElrath HB Frederick Malmborg L Charles Roth L Israel Royer FB William Schneider L Albert Seldomridge FB Christopher Simpson HB Nevin Snader FB Roland von Hentig L Members: John Berger IF Jack Bolton C Joseph Forney P Gordon Foster OF Richard Goss OF Donald Haverstick IF Earl Hess IF William Kell OF Thomas Kingree OF Carlos Ziegler Coach: Ira R. Hen- Student Managers: Harold Geib Leon Geib VARSITY TRACK Members: Edward Brunner John Brunner Charles Roth Edward Sarkisian Coach: Joseph H. Dodd VARSITY TENNIS Nelson Kline C Charles Koppenhaver P Carl Lehman OF Carl Martin IF Matthew Meyer IF Charles Roth OF Thomas Ruoss P David Snavely OF Russell Walters P IF William Kell 1949 - 50 Armon Snowden Hartmut von Hentig Roland von Hentig Andre Yon Captain: James Meminger Other Members: Bernard Grissinger Robert Harlin James Roberts Coach: Ira R. Herr 1949 - 50 William Schneider Jesse Sheetz Harry Shuster VARSITY " E " CLUB Pres. : Carl Martin V. Pres. : Earl Hess Sec. : Shirley Warner Treas. : William Foster Other Members: Jack Bolton Margaret Bose Edward Brunner John Brunner Richard Goss Donald Haverstick William Kell Nelson Kline Doris Kopp Helen Kreider Carlton Lehman James Meminger William Schneider Harry Shuster CHEERLEADERS Jean Bagenstose Marian Newcomer Julia Bender Jane Waller Arlene Keeney 95 96 97 9b 99 .a -M-iiii J -ii-™™ ™ - (tflt betljtoton College EL1ZABETHTOWN, PA. 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