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jCJmg and jCea... WE’VE COMBINED THEM BOTH FOR YOU IN THE FOLLOWING PAGES OFZhe 1952 TOUCHSTONE A SENIOR PRESENTATION STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE MILLERSVILLE PENNSYLVANIA FOREWORD rhis is a story of a year at MillersviUe State Teachers College. On the following pages are recorded the activities, faces, and scenes of our campus life. We hope they will help in recapturing the elusive memories of friends, familiar sights, and buildings. We leave the presentation of the new build' ings to whomever follows and offer these pictorial records as evidence for those who say, “I remember MillersviUe when..."OLD MAIN—the nucleus of the college . . . the melting pot of ideas . . . cathedral of wisdom, knowledge, and guidance . . . the union of administration and students . . . harborer of irretrievable memories . . . to disappear tangibly —to live forever. Administration FOR THEIR COUNSEL WE t-CHEftf o fRSVW D. L. BIEMESDERFER PRESIDENT TO THE CLASS OF 1952: Your friends at Millcrsvillc, students and faculty alike, offer sincere congratu-lations on your graduation and approaching entrance into the teaching profession. Completing requirements for a degree and achievement of certification is an attain-ment of which you may justly be proud. The obligations to society which are assumed by those who teach arc indeed significant. The well-being, not only of the children whom you will teach, but the character and stability of the immediate community in which you serve and the kind of world which collectively we build will be affected by the things you do and the way in which you do them as a teacher. As you accept the teachers opportunities and the teachers responsibilities, our best wishes for abundant success go with you. Sincerely your, D. L. Bicmcsderfer President 8SANDERS P. McCOMSEY Dean of Instruction ARE GRATEFUL CLYDE S. STINE Dean of Men RUBY F. BOGGS Dean of Women EUGENE K. ROBB WILLIAM H. DUNCAN Director of Teacher Education Director of Admissions and Placement and of the Lab oratory School 9 Georci R. Anderson. M. A. Mathematics. Moderator of Television Programs. School Photographer Richard W. Bishop, M Ed. Health and Safety Education, Basketball and Baseball Coach Harry M. Bassi.fr. A M. Chairman of the Geography Department. Advisor—Basslcr Geographic Society Lee E. Buyer. Ed D Chairman of the Mathematics Department, Advisor—Mu Kappa Mu Virginia Beck. Ph D. Social Studies, Advisor - S o c i a I Studies Club. Intcr .Collcgiatc Council on Government. Junior Class Mae G. H Bri Neman. M. A. Georgraphy, Supervisor of Junior High School Geography, Advisor— Normal Literary Society Frederick G. Beckmyer. M. S. Physical Science Mary A. Brigiitbiu.. Ph D English. Advisor—S c n i o r TOUCHSTONE Class, Wilmer Christner Bero. Ed D. Psychology, Director of Freshmen Testing William H. Caulwiill. M. S. Biological Science, Advisor—Freshman Class, Page Literary Society, Roddy Scientific Society Anna E. Beyer, M. S. Third Grade Supervisor FACULTY V. Anthony Champa. M. A. Social Studies and Audio-Visual Education, Advisor—S o c i a I Studies Club, Inter-Collegiate Conference on Government 10 Paul W. Eshelman. M. A. Industrial Arts. Advisor — Iota Lambda Sigma Mrs. Elrerta Councilman, M. A. Fifth Grade Supervisor Helen A. Ganser Director of Libraries and Library Education, Advisor—Library Science Club Frances E. Culver, M Ed. Fourth Grade Supervisor. Advisor— Freshman Class Arthur R. Gerhart. Ph. D. Botany Beatrice U. Datesman, M S. Library Science. Assistant Librarian Charlotte M. Good, M. Ed. Second Grade Supervisor, Advisor— Association of Childhood Education, International Mary Elizabeth Dixon. M. Ed. Physical Education, Advisor—Varsity Club. Womens Athletic Association, Coach of Women's Varsity Sports Elizabeth R. Cress. M. A. Supervisor of Junior High School Mathematics Lula E. Dresher. M. S. Third Grade Supervisor, Director of the Reading Clinic Samuel S. Harnish. M. S. Supervisor of Junior High School Music, Director of the College Band Dean Dutcher. Ph. D. Chairman of the Social Studies Department IIJames E. Koken. A. M. Physics and Chemistry, Advisor— Senior Class. Mrs. Kathryn B. Hill. B. S. Physical Education Josef C. Kkaslky. B. S. Supervisor of Laboratory and Junior High School Art Dorothy I. Hughes, M. A. Supervisor of Laboratory School Music Raymond E. Kuhl, M. Ed. Social Studies. Supervisor of Junior High School Social Living Elizabeth M. Jenkins, M. S. First Grade Supervisor L. S. Lincenpelter, Ph D. Chairman of the English Depart' ment. Advisor—English Club Bitty Ruth Jennings, B. A. Kindergarten Supervisor Lillian V. Mastrotto. M. Ed. First Grade Supervisor Louis G. Jennings, A. M. English, Advisor-Snapper, Junior Class Coral E. Melson. M S. Library Science, Assistant Librarian, Advisor—Sophomore Class Henry J. Kauffman, M. S. Industrial Arts 12Mabel L. Moberc, M. A. Second Grade Supervisor, Advisor— Lutheran Student Association Ethel Jane Powell, M. A. Director of the Junior High School, Advisor—Student Christian Associa-tion Urban L. Monical, M. A. Industrial Arts John A. Pucillo, M. A. Chairman of the Health and Phys-ical Education Department, Advisor —Varsity Club C. Maxwell Myers, Ph. D. Social Studies, Advisor—Alpha Phi Omega John H. Rodman, M. Ed. Supervisor of Junior High School English Steve A. Namit. M Ed. Physical Education and Mathematics, Junior High School Athletic Director John M. Roth, M. Ed. Supervisor of Junior High School Science and Mathematics, Advisor— Safety Patrol Bi rl N. Osblrn, Ph. D. Industrial Arts Director, Advisor— Industrial Arts Society Jane K. Rothe. M. A. Fourth Grade Supervisor Melzer R. Porter. M. Mus. Music, Director of the College Choir Mrs. Florence A. Ruelens, A. M. Fifth Grade Supervisor 13Marion Spencer. M A. English, Editor of the Serviceman's Newsletter Paul Z Rummel. Ph. D. Psychology and Education, Advisor —Student Christian Association Samuel B. Stayer. Ed M. Chairman of the Education Department Theodore H. Rupp, M. A. Foreign Languages. Advisor — Foreign Language Club, Wrestling Coach Margaret Swipt, M. A. Art Education, Advisor—Page Literary Society Rebekah S. Sheapfer, M. A. English and Speech, Advisor—Cita-mard, Theatre Arts Joseph Torchia. M. S. Sixth Grade Supervisor, Advisor— Future Teachers of America John B. Shenk. M. S. Industrial Arts. Advisor—Phi Sigma Pi. TOUCHSTONE Sarah Walker, M. A. Supervisor of Home Economics and Health Mrs. Jane Gray Smith. M. Ed. Assistant Librarian in charge of the Laboratory School Library Mrs. Paul L. Whitely. B. A. Assistant Librarian Emily H. Snyder. M. A. English. Chairman of Foreign Language Department, Editor of College Journal, Advisor—Foreign Language Club Clifford L. Yard, M. A. Industrial Arts I ' 14STAFF Mrs. C. M Strassburger Women's Dormitory Supervisor Edna N. Kline College Dietician Mabi l Moser College Housekeeper 15THE FRONT CAMPUS—with bubbling fountains, symbols of the youth of the graduates, those possessors of varied talents and rich ideas, leaders, yet followers, educators for democratic living, to be scattered yet brought together by one memory.SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS KENNETH RANDALL President Now at the end of our college years, we pause to recall those many happy memories of enrichment, endeavor and fellowship which have filled our lives at Millersvillc. We have ploughed through semes ters of classes and piles of books, and we have experienced hours of delight known only to a collegian caught in the whirl of college life. We can paste in the scrapbooks of memory four fruitful years which have brought us from freshmen at barn parties in blue jeans to the sophistication and grandeur of our Senior Ball. We cannot overestimate our debt to the college, faculty, and fellow students for what we have gained here. Our lives are just beginning, and it is to Mil-lersvillc we pay homage for the foundation upon which we will build in the years to come. JERRY SHERVANICK Vice-PresidentMARY A. BRIGHTB1LL A member of the English Department and chairman of freshman Communications, Dr. Bright-bill will be remembered for experimenting with new techniques of teaching. In this way she manages to keep her classes lively, challenging not only the students but herself. Fundamental to her work is her interest in people. Dr. Brightbill graduated from Dickinson Cob lege, where she was elected to Phi Beta Kappa, and, after two years of teaching, entered Cornell University, from which she received the A. M. and Ph. D. degrees. In 1946 she joined the staff of Millers ville. She has a variety of interests, which include art, music, and her farm. It is here that she spends her summers when not traveling. For the future Dr. Brightbill has planned for herself four big trips to South America, Northern Europe, California, and the Caribbean. JAMES EDWARD KOKEN Mr. Koken joined our staff after being in the teaching profession only five years. His main ambition in life was to become a doctor, but because of the depression his plans had to be changed. However, he did receive his B.A. from Columbia and then entered the business world. Within a few years he became president of his own concern. Although Mr. Koken made out profitably in his business ventures, he did not find happiness. It was then that he decided to become a teacher, after first working for his Master's degree at New York University. Since he is much interested in people, Mr. Koken has been successful in this field. At present his goal is to obtain his doctorate in Education from Penn State. Whatever goal he sets for himself after this, we arc sure it will be worth while, and we wish him luck. SENIOR CLASS ADVISORSBARBARA JOAN ARMPRIESTER Elementary Lebanon . . . Just five feet high . . . dorm student . . . A.C.E.I., S.C.A., Future Teachers of America . . . likes to try new recipes . . . quiet and sweet . . . likes reading and knitting . . . Pagcite ... has brown hair and blue eyes . . . goes home weekends to sec that special soldier . . . AVIS ANN ATTICK Elementary Harrisburg . . . Attractive gal . . . flowing golden hair, big blue eyes . . . swims daily . . . likes archery, hiking, and painting . . . Delta Phi Eta . . . Welfare, S.C.A. and FT.A. . . . Entertainment Committee . . Pagcite . . interested in natural sciences . . . accelerated . . . always has a bright smile for everyone . . . has a good time keeping account of dishes in student kitchen . . . RICHARD E. BARNHART Secondary T ew Alexandria GERALD M. BARGER Industrial Arts Lancaster . . . '‘Jerry” . , . married to Molly . . hands off ... an oustanding wrestler . . . 155 lbs. . . State Teachers Champion for two years . . . runner-up at Middle Atlantics . . . handicapped by a knee injury in his last two years . . . future ambition, coaching . . . can be seen mostly with Miller . . . loves hunting . . . president of Newman Club . Industrial Arts Society . . . Bassler Geographic Society . . . Varsity Club . . . Navy veteran ... an all-around guy . . . hometown was Clearfield Hills . . . strictly from hunger . . . GRACE BATDORF Elementary Lebanon . . . "Grade" . . . brown hair . . . blue eyes . . . Es's roommate . . . worked at Mt Gretna for three years . . . enjoys reading and music . . . "You never told me" . . . F.T.A. . . . A.C.E.I. . . . S.C.A. . . . treasurer, Women's Community Association . . . member of Normal . . . likes to play pinochle . . . good listener . . . quiet . . . often seen at the Sugar Bowl drinking a cup of coffee . . . good student . . . elementary science fiend . . . did student teaching in fifth grade— had a new supervisor . . . . . . Answers to "Red" or "Dick” . . . capable trainer in all sports . . . looks forward to summer . . . vice-president of Page Literary Society . . . Varsity Club, Alpha Phi Omega, Mu Kappa Mu . . . math major, geography minor . . . when hunting season arrives, away goes Dick . . . enjoys dancing and proves he is no beginner . . . always ready and willing to help . . . ALBIN BELCZYK Secondary Crum Lynne . . . Answers to "Snulcy," "Al," and also "Belch" . . . can hardly wait for his draft notice in August . . . everyone’s friend . . . rooms with Naphy . . . varsity basketball and baseball . . . interests include all sports . . . a friendly smile for everyone . . . seen at the Sugar Bowl with Stoner . . . biology major and math minor . . . brown hair and eyes . . . member of Varsity Club . . . vice-chairman of the House Committee . . . 20MARCARET BELLIS Library Science Millmburg . . . “Peg”’ . . . tall and willowy . . . naturally curly hair . . . green eyes .. . . sharp sense of humor . . . quick wit . . . likes to laugh . . . fun to be with . . . Pagcitc . . . member of Library Science Club . . . Snapper staff . . . Lutheran Club . . . S.C.A. . . . Foreign Language Club '. . one of the few who actually enjoys Latin . . . taught Latin at Manor . . . enjoys listening to music and reading . . . fascinated by crossword puzzles . . . collector of pocket-size books—for a pocket-sized library, perhaps? HELEN BERGER Elementary Lebanon DONALD F. B1SSINGER Secondary Manheim . . . "Don" . . . veteran of 24 months in Army . . . social studies major with a biological science minor . . , likes the Ressel of leaves all year round . . . president of Social Studies Club . . . one of the Ruppmen . . . likes bowling and swimming . . . class vice-president . . . Pagcitc . . . F.T.A. . . . member of Student Council . . . hard-working member of football team for three years . . . very active around campus . . . endeavors to complete what he undertakes . . . . . . Helen . . . enthusiastic talker . . . intelligent . . . Bobbie's roommate . . . crazy about tall men . . . goes home every weekend . . . enjoyed her student teaching . . . likes reading and dancing . . . waitress at Mount Gretna during the summer . . . plays the French horn in the band . . . vice-president of S.C.A. . . . TOUCH-STONE staff . . . Pagcitc . . . elected to "Who's Who" ... in the senior play . . . A.C.E.I. . . . secretary of Delta Phi Eta . . . pinned to a guy at Penn State . . . learned most in her senior year . . . NANCY L. BILLET Elementary Middletown KERMIT J. BOOTHROYD Industrial Arts Reading . . . "Boots" . . . five feet, eight inches . . . blond hair and blue eyes . . . unmarried, but travels to Mansfield S.T.C. to sec Kathlyn . . . spent 22 months in Uncle Sam's Navy . . . transferred from Mansfield ... accelerated . . . noted for his laugh . . . can be seen hitting the "spots" in Elmira, N. Y. . . . wood major and mathematics minor . . . Mu Kappa Mu . . . F.T.A. . . . Industrial Arts Society . . . . . . "Bill" . . . active member of A.C.E.I. and band for four years . . treasurer of Normal Literary Society her senior year . . . F.T.A . basketball. Varsity Club, Welfare and Equity . . . likes to play pinochle . . . naturally curly blonde hair . . . rarely seen without Fred . . . really "boned" for her student teaching second semester . . . Janie's roommate . . . hearty laugh . . . lots of fun to be with . . . JOHN A. BOYD Secondary Lansdowne . . . John . . . that tall, good-looking married man . . . served 18 months in the Army . . . good alarm clock for the men's dorm . . . kept us posted via the sound system at athletic events . . . past corresponding secretary of Alpha Phi Omega . . . feature editor of Snapper . . . Iota Lambda Sigma, Phi Sigma Pi, Industrial Arts Society, Radio Association, Page . . . energetic, no? . . . future plans — to teach near Philadelphia . . . met Ginny in freshman year—married at the end of sophomore year . . . special hobby— plastic carving . . . 21JANICE ANN BRENNEMAN Elementary Millersville . . . Janice . . . bright smile for every' one . . . member of A.C.E.I., F.T.A.. and Page . . . plans to teach fourth grade . . . subtle sense of humor . . . loves to play the piano . . . used to entertain her music class before the professor arrived . . . usually seen with Marilyn ... a commuting student, didn t have far to go to her classes . . . never gave her professors any trouble . . . LILLIAN W. BROOME Elementary Columbia . . . Lillian . . . affectionately known as "Mother'' to certain day students . . . commutes . . . January graduate . . . besides her activities at M-villc, has a husband Ken, and daughter Elaine . . . keeps the accounts straight for the English Club . . . Delta Phi Eta . . . F.T.A. . . . Page . . . "Who's Who" . . enjoyed student teaching the fourth grade Indians with Joan . . . quick wit and a merry laugh . . . liked by both students and faculty . . . good prospective teacher . . . DORIS Elementary L. BROWN Torlj GLORIA L. BROSIUS Eie men tary Rebucl{ . . . Gloria . . . finally lost her Dutch accent after four years . . . neat and petite . . . "B. B. Brosius" . . . another of the smoker crew . . . hangouts 3rc the Sugar Bowl and points beyond . . . pinochle addict . , . would rather sleep than go to class . . . Trudy's other half . . . different man every summer . . . says she's quiet . . . member of A C E I. and Normal . . . tried to teach us how to speak Pennsylvania Dutch . . . weekends usually find her up Shamokin way . . . . . . "Brownie" . . . sparkling eyes and a constant smile . . . nice-looking York gal . . . keeps Rat Race in business . . . boasts a sparkler on left hand . . . one of Miss Boggs "select few" . . . coffee fiend . . . enthusiastic bridge player . . . popular kid . . . Normal, but harmless . . . dio student teaching in York . . . loves children . . . hopes to build dream house with Burnell some day . . . CLERMONT BUBB Elementary Dover . . . "Rube" . . . handsome (brown eyes, brown wavy hair) . . . spectator of all athletic events . . . faithful T.V. observer . . . never misses a fight or wrestling match . . . music his downfall . . . one of Pepy La Moco’s buddies . . . reliable secretary of Rod and Gun Club . . . student teacher in fifth grade with Hirata and Vannan . . . Pageite . . . engaged to girl from York . . . rooms with Bill Coyne . . . well liked by everybody . . . DORIS A. CAIN Elementdry Parl esburg . . . Member of the "breakfast club" . . . Harold’s the one man in her life —they're engaged . . . member of S.C.A. and A.C.E.I. ... a good friend . . . likes to read . . . Pageite . . . quiet and likeable . . . brown hair and blue eyes . . enjoyed third grade student teaching . . . Grace's roommate . . . conscientious student . . . 22ATTILIO DI LUZIO Secondary Glenside ALICE LORRAINE COGLEY Secondary Lancaster . . . Alice . . . willowy blonde day student . . . capable president of English Club . . . fiend for bridge ... an avid reader . . . English major . . . social studies minor . . . pleasing personality . . . easy to get along with . . . member of Delta Phi Eta. Snapper staff, Welfare and Equity . . . class secretary in freshman year . . . likes swimming, tennis, and hiking . . . thorough and energetic worker . . . one of the spirits of the day room . . . noted for the good lunches her mother packs . . . DONALD K. COLE Industrial Arts Harrisburg DAVID Industrial Arts DE WALT Allentown . . . "Dave” . . . classy dresser of the senior class . . . metal or "shoe-making major and geography minor . . . six feet tall with brown hair and eyes . . . member of the "Dreamlanders," college swing band, also the marching band . . . Industrial Arts Society . . . F.T.A. . . . Normal Literary Society . . . enjoys playing the drums and raising tropical fish . . . travels to Ephrata quite a bit . . . hard to get out of bed in the morning . . . . . . Commuting student . . . illegally parked at Wickersham Hall . . . married . . . veteran of 37 months in the Navy . . . metal major . . . geography minor . . . brown hair . . . eyes blue . . . continually seen checking receding hair lines . . . quite a humorist . . . HIGGENS DIEHL Martinsburg ROSANNA Elementary . . . "Freddie ... no one quite like her . . . gift of gab . . . pep and poise personified . . . took the plunge November 17 and married "Dawn” . . . idol of her second graders . . . Hass-ler’s other half . . . partial to "trees" . . . one of the best bridge players on campus . . . has an accent alt her own . . . also known as "Rosie" . . . fun to know . . . member of choir, A.C.E.I., and Page ... got her sheepskin in January ... the ‘'iron" and the "fire" . . . JAMES V. CONTINO Elementary T or . . . "Jim" . . . black hair, brown eyes . . . our whit driver . . . really burns the roads from York to Millcrsvillc . . . has it fixed with the cops . . . transferred from Shippensburg . . . did student teaching in York . . . married . . . wife, his favorite hobby . . . other interests—hunting, baseball, and cards . . . spent 29 months in Army . . . terrific personality and sense of humor . . Association Day Student Pinochle . summer schooler . . . always has a good joke . . . "Tilly" . . . dark hair and smiling eyes . . . always in a hurry . . . Coast Guard vet of thirty months . . . born in Italy . . . likes discussions . . . math major, physical science minor . . . vice-president of Student Council . . . Phi Sigma Pi, F.T.A.. M.C.A., Mu Kappa Mu . . . Pageite . . . politician in the senior play . . . can t sing but enjoys music and dancing . . . likes all sports . . . Mr. Koken's lab assistant . . . selected for "Who's Who" . . . hobby: motorcycles . . . second homt, New Holland . . . 23FLOYD B DONER Elementary Lancaster . . . Floyd ... an outstanding thespian . . . spent a summer at Mount Gretna with many fellow actors . . . special interests—Barbara, drama, social work, children, sports, and dancing . . . brown hair and hard eyes . . . has been told that he is the extrovert type . . . Snapper staff . . . choir. Page Literary Society, cheerleading. Varsity Club, F T A., senior play committee . . . active in Citamard—president for two years . . . RALPH E DYSON Industrial Arts Philadelphia . . . "Uncle Ralphy" . . . graphic arts major, science minor . . . bristle-top . . . treasurer of Alpha Phi Omega . . . favorite canvasback . . . member of S.C.A., F.T A., Industrial Arts Society, one of the Sugar Bowl's best customers . . did stretch in college laundry . . . fond of a certain kitten . . . old Theater Arts stand-by . . . always has a word for the girls . . . chapel program committee ... addicted to taking orders . . . Navy veteran of 22 months . . . once wore Miss Schaeffer’s house coat and stole the show . . . Iota Lambda Sigma . . . co-editor of TOUCHSTONE . . . JOYCE EAKIN Library Science Mechanicsburg . . . Joyce . . . lass with a twinkle in her eye and a smile on her face . . . avid reader . . . knitter of "little things" (for her many nieces and nephews) . . . organizer and secretary of the Froetus Society ... a hardworking library science major (aren't they all!) ... a coffee hound of the first order . . . loves to tease . . . but can always take a joke . . . does "ample" committee work and can always be depended on for a good job . . . a sure winner . . . RALPH F. EBERLE Secondary Conshohoc en . . . Ralph or "Shorty"—slightly over six feet! . . . physical science major, natural science minor . . . most obvious characteristic—tic flying while striding to class ... has taken a great interest in hypnotizing people . . . prexy of S.C.A. . . . Lutheran Club. Alpha Phi Omega, Varsity Club, Page, F.T.A. . . . TOUCHSTONE staff . . . football manager since freshman year . . . Citamard . . . did a good job in senior play ... a warbler for Mr. Porter . . . Rod and Gun Club . . . played intramural basketball and softball . . . a butcher back home tomologist . . . amateur cn LEO H. ECKERT Secondary Lancaster . . . Leo . . . day student . . . served in Army Air Force one year . . . Navy Reserve for 18 months . . . spends spare time as a flight instructor . . . biological science and geography major . . . president of Phi Sigma Pi . . . Pageite . . . member of Busier Geographic and Roddy Scientific Societies . . . elected to "Who’s Who in American. Universities and Colleges" . . . married, has a son . . . enjoys the outdoor life . . . JOHN L ELBIN Secondary Warfordsburg . . . "Johnny" . . . good looker with brown hair and eyes . . . science major, geography minor . . . Rod and Gun Club. F.T A.. Page Literary Society . . . president of Basslcr Geographic Society . . . Roddy Scientific Society . . . dorm student . . . girls, he’s single . . . enjoys hunting and fishing . . . 24t- CHARLES K. EMERY Industrial Arts Pottstown . . . "Chuck'' . . . brown wavy hair . . . haicl eyes . . . active in Normal Literary Society . . Industrial Arts Society . . . Rod and Gun Club . . . college choir . . . tennis team . . . was a member of the Crystal Four Quartet .. . at home, he likes to sing at weddings . . . other special interests— sports of all kinds, leather work, wood turning . . . lovely Jane occupies most of his spare time . . . major in wood, minor in biological sciences . . . ESTHER JANE EVER1TT Library Science Bel Air, Maryland . . . "E$” ... a Maryland gal . . . main interest is Gabc . . . "red anil white” member . . . editor of Snapper . . . enjoys naming things . . . Rufus and Reginald her pets . . . rose is a favorite flower, especially in bowls . . . hard-working Library Science Club member . . . one of the “good-time” kids on the New York trip . . . serious, but never dull . . . those blue eyes reflect fire sometimes . . . has big plans after graduation . . . here’s wishing them the best . . . KENNETH G. ERNST Industrial Arts Lancaster . . . “Ken" . . . good looking and quiet . . . 32 months in the Air Force . . . accelerated . . . sports writer for Snapper . . . Sunday School teacher in Lancaster . . . member of F.T.A., Industrial Aits Society . . . graphic arts major, mathematics minor . .. . likes to collect stamps and enjoys sports . . . marrying Gloria before the year is over . . . day student . . . liked teaching the seventh and ninth grades in junior high shop . . . Wjftf JAMES W. ESCHBACH Southampton Elementary ELIZABETH A. FALKENSTINE Secondary Tor . . . “Beth” . . . loves to talk . . . fire chief for the dorm . . . burns the midnight oil . . . social studies major . . . English minor . . . veteran politician for I.C.G. . . . vice-president of W.C.A. . . . TOUCHSTONE . . . Newman Club . . . vice-president of Social Studies Club . . . FT A, . . . Citamard . . . editor of the Snapper last year, associate editor this year . . . senior play . . . elected to “Who’s Who” . . . played big sister to the freshmen . .-. enjoys swimming and reading . . . can usually be found over a cup of coffee . . . . . . “Jim” . . . always smiling . . . crew-cut . . . neat dresser . . . rarely seen without Lucille . . . can usually be found at the Sugar Bowl ... interested in ceramics and woodworking . . . sings for Mr. Porter . . . F.T.A. . . . A.C.E.I. . . . Pageitc . . . Alpha Phi Omega . . . vice-president of Men's Community Association . . . enjoys playing intramural football and basketball . . . student representation on Entertainment Committee . . . presided at Thanksgiving assembly . . . married the one and only in December . . . JACQUELINE FOSTER Elementary Lancaster . . . "Jackie” . . . sparkling brown hair and haxcl eyes . . . pleasing personality . . . brink of genius . . . ambitious . . . furnishes Larue Gluntx with a second home . . . liked by all . . . Al's better half . . . loves children . . . member of Page, A.C.E., F.T.A. . . . sports, especially football . . . member of Day Student Association . . . helps keep coffee shop in business . . . always has a smile . . . observer in kindergarten when Miss Jennings was absent said she thought Jackie was the regular teacher . . . 25WALLACE FRANK Sccondur Chester . . . "Wally" . . . enjoys acting, in two senior plays: "Charley's Aunt." "The Goose Hangs High" . . . active member of Citamard . . . history major, geography minor ... a great one for meditating . . . finds sailing a relaxing pastime . . . attended the Inter-collegiate Conference on Government . . . member of Page . . . among the ranks of the engaged . . . quiet, hut a lot of fun when you know him . . . ANNE C. FREEMAN Library Science Jenl intown . . . "Nan" . . . changed her name from Cole to Freeman at Christmastime in 1951 . . . good conversationalist . . . Snapper staff . . . seen constantly with Dick . . . F.T.A. . . . Welfare . . . good taste in clothes — makes many of her own . . . S.C.A. . . . Entertainment Committee . . . one of the "red and white" girls . . . Library Science Club . . . Social Studies Club . . . accomplished in three years what most people don't achieve in four—a degree, good grades, a husband, and participation in many activities . . . RICHARD E. FREEMAN Elementary Jen intown . . . "Dick" ... the quiet, energetic type . . . spent 24 months in the Air Corps . . . accelerated—graduated in January with a job in Downingtown . . . married Nan in December . . . prexy of Rod and Gun Club and Normal . . . F.T.A. . . . freshman class president . . . Student Council . . . member of the Summer Entertainment Committee . . . advertising manager of the 1950 TOUCHSTONE ... a sportsman at heart — loves hunting, fishing, and archery . . . NELSON FREIDLY Secondary Lancaster . . . Nelson . . . active in campus affairs . . . day student . . . one of Citamard's most enthusiastic actors . ; . usually takes a carload of kids to "away" games . . . attends most of I.C.G.'s Conferences 3nd tells many "stories” about same . . . soloist for M.R.P. in the College Choir . . . flashing smile . . . senior play lead . . . spends spare time at Mick's . . . will make a good teacher ... a natural leader . . . GABRIEL JOSEPH GEIGER Industrial Arts Harrisburg . . . "Gabc" . . . varsity football, four years . . . co-captain 1951 . . . determined to prove that all librarians arc not old maids . . . substitute teacher . . . Craft Club . . . M.S.T.C.’s Bogart —made his debut in "The Goose Hangs High" . . . Varsity Clubber . . . number thirteen . . . made weekly pilgrimages to Maryland during summer vacation . . . Rose Bowl fan . . . swivel hip walk . . . meticulous leather toolcr . . . GEORGE A. GERBER Secondary Palmyra . . . George ... he sailed the ocean blue . . . Pagcitc . . . one of Harry's boys . . . got out for good behavior in January . . . deserted bachelor ranks during summer of 1950 . . . proved that handsome father plus pretty mother equals cute son . . . reason enough for frequent trips home . . . summers spent carpentering . . . relishes a good argument . . . social studies minor . . . enjoyed intramural basketball and softball . . .KATHRYN R. GRAEFF Library Science Quarryvillc LARUE N. GLUNTZ Library Science Middletown . . . "Rue" . . . "Beautiful Brown Eyes" . . . favorite number: 22 . . . wedding bells will ring in June— Dave, the lucky man . . . one of our doughnut girls . . . treasurer of Senior Class . . . Luthernite president . . . Citamard . . . always busy in the library . . . rarely seen without her knitting . . . seldom treks home on weekends . . . always willing to give a helping hand . . . one of the coffee shop kids . . . Doric's roomie . . . "Who's Who" ... did a terrific portrayal of “Mother" in the senior play . . . MARJORIE ALICE GROFF Elementary Wayne . . . "Marjic" . . . appears wherever a bridge game is going on . . . hockey manager for two years . . . partial to navy blue . . . Janie's roommate . . . spends a lot of time in 325 . . . "Oh no!" . . . favorite pastime—sleeping . . . A.C.E.I., Snapper, TOUCHSTONE ... a laugh a minute . . . happy when driving a car . . . fightin’ Phillies fan . . . hopes to teach near Philadelphia . . . . . . “Kakic" . . . the gal with the big brown eyes . . . cute, quiet, and changeable — couldn't decide whether she wanted to be a day or dorm student ... a member of F.T.A., Library Club. S.C.A., Page . . . secretary of English Club in senior year . . . member of Welfare and Equity . . . special interest—collecting antiques and pitchers . . . says she has a great interest in football, too . . . spends her weekends with Ben . . . loves to drive his Ford Victoria (he lets her?) . . . EDWARD M. GRISSINGER Industrial Arts Lancaster J. MAXINE GROSS Library Science N w Cumberland . . . "Max" . . . ardent interest in library work . . . likes to embroider and write letters . . . active in both Library Science and English Clubs . . . sold candy for S.C.A. . . . likes pink, especially ladies dressed in that color! . . . wonderful sense of humor . . . loves kids . . . "aristocratic" aunt in senior play . . . eager to help wherever she is needed . . . TOUCHSTONE staff and make-up editor of Snapper . . . docs not believe in old maid librarians ... is sure to be a success in life . . . . . . “Big Ed" . . . brown hair and blue eyes . . . tallest member of the senior class—six feet, seven inches . . . transferred from Ohio State at the end of his freshman year . . . played two years of varsity basketball at M.S.T.C. . . . Industrial Arts major and history minor . . . member of Varsity Club and Men’s Day Student Association . . . his special interests are photography. sports, his wife and little daughter . . . spent 18 months in the U. S. Navy . . . FRANCIS GVASDAUSKAS Industrial Arts Scranton . . . "Frank" . . . likeable, blond, blue-eyed . . . blushes easily . . . social studies minor, I.A. major ... in the Navy for two years . . . secretary-treasurer of Iota Lambda Sigma . . . Pagcitc . . . Industrial Arts Society, Newman Club, F.T.A. . . . especially interested in fishing and crafts . . . accelerated . . . spent extra hours last summer as a lifeguard at the college pool . . . hopped, skipped, and jumped throughout the county to do student teaching . . . 27DONALD J. HAGENAUER Secondary Fullerton . . . "Don” . . . January graduate . . . charter member of Alpha Phi Omega . . . active in F.T.A. and Roddy Scicn-tific Society . . . bowler deluxe? . . . science major and social studies minor • . . enjoys dancing, swimming, movies . . . a "swell" friend to everyone . . . accelerated . . . favorite pastime— sleeping . . . has an unusual interest in No Parking signs . . . nothing ex cites him . . , looking forward to teaching . . . wedding bells rang in November—happily married to a sweet nurse . . . GLORIA JANE HALDEMAN Elementary Harrisburg . . Always ready to giggle . . .5 2", eyes of blue. . . . “Wanna join F.T.A.?" . . . sang soprano for Mr. Porter A C E I., S.C.A., Citamard treasurer, Pageitc . . . while standing in line, knits socks for ???... can't wait until she has her own kinder garten . . . beats path to Sugar Bowl every evening with Erika and Beth . . . Danny's twin in senior play . . . called "GIo" by some, but "blue eyes" by the Theatre Arts boys . . . CHRISTIAN HAMAKER Elementary Columbia . . . "Chris" . . . brown eyes, brown hair . . . terrific personality . . . liked by everybody . . . always has a twinkle in his eyes . . . came back to M.S.T.C. after a ten-year break . . . married . . . one child . . . chauffeur for Mr. Bcckrnyer's class . . . future mayor of Columbia . . . member of F.T.A. . . . English Club . . . Snapper staff . . . Page . . . intramural sports . . . amateur photographer . . . member of Day Student Association . . . summer schooler . . . VIRGINIA HAMPTON Elementary Malvern . . . "Ginny" easy going . . co-captain of plays basketball . . . W.A.A. . . . Women’s . . big brown eyes . . . . Tom's "side-kick” . . . the hockey team . . . president of Varsity Club . . . A.C.E.I. . . . Pageitc . . . photography editor, TOUCHSTOHE . . . domestic . . . interested in sports . . . terrific bridge player . . . future "Mrs. Russ" . . . always keeps the hockey team waiting on trips . . . would rather daydream than study . . . "Sleepy? I'm not sleepy" . . . can't keep track of her pencils . . . loves to play practical jokes . . . ELMER A. HARTZELL Industrial Arts Bangor . . . "Zeke" . . . husband of Gladys ... a Medical Corps veteran of 36 months’ service . . . wood major and biological science minor . . . has been making dental plates for nine years . . . member of choir in freshman year . . . student leader of band in senior year . . . Industrial Arts Society . . . Page . . . very good leather toolcr . . . would like to have his own dental laboratory . . . GLADYS C. HARTZELL Secondary Bangor . . . Gladys . . . lives in the "married" dorm . . . geography major . . . social studies minor . . . head majorette for M.S.T.C.’s band . . . Basslcr Geographic Society . . . Social Studies Club . . . Page . . . manager of girls basketball team . . . brown hair and eyes . . . likes to knit, embroider, make her own clothes, and keep her husband. Elmer, happy . . . came to the rescue when the seniors needed good-looking antique furniture for the play . . . 28ROBERT K HARTZELL Industrial Arts Bethlehem . . . "Bob" . . . Dr. Osburn's right-hand man . . . became engaged to Gloria in November—wedding bells will ring in the summer . . 38 months in the Air Corps . . . Page . . . Industrial Arts Society . . . Lutheran Student Association . . . graphic arts major and general science minor . . . favorite sports include bowling, fishing, and hunting . . . drives a iccp . . . transferred from Moravian . . . GERALDINE MAE HERR Elementary Strasburg . . . “Gerry" ... a tall blonde with hazel eyes . . . commuter . . . spent first semester teaching in kindergarten with Kathy and Jackie . . . member of F.T.A., A.CE.I., and Page ... devotes spare moments to Girl Scout work . . . teaches primary group oi “cherubs' in Sunday School . . . enjoys a good hand of pinochle . . special olF-campu interest: "Will" . . . got that pretty diamond in a box of candy . . . always ready to lend a helping hand , . . JEAN SHOEMAKER HASSLER Elementary Kirkwood . . . "Huggy Bear" . . . spends her time between here and Lafayette . . . came to us from Wilson ... if it's not bridge, it's p;noch!c . . . one of the married ones . . . Freddie's roomie and bridge partner . . . "Oh. you ignoramus, you!" . . . swings a wicked golf club . . . another one of the summer school gang . . . known for her ability to go a whole week without opening a book . . . "H p-along" . . . active in A.C.E.I. . . . F.T.A. . . . loves to sing . . . never runs down . . . manager for the women's basketball team . . . JOAN HERR Elementary Lancaster . . . Joan . . . tall, redhead . . . sometimes answers to the name "Red" . . . good humor kid . . . says she learned more from her fourth grade Indians than they did from her . . . Pageite . . . F.T.A . . . Newman Club . . . TOUCHSTONE typist . . played on the day students' volleyball team . . . did her best to scare the frosh in her junior year . . . frequents "Rat Race" . . . Kathy's buddy . . . docs everything in slow motion except talk . . . loves coffee and pinochle . . . would rather bum a lift than ride the bus . . . ROBERT G. HERBERT Secondary Lancaster . . . "Bob" or "Herb" . . . former U. S. Marine Corps member for 20 months . . . married a M.S.T.C. student in his junior year ... six feet, one inch tall . . . brown hair and eyes . . . went to Pcr.n State for his sophomore year . . . member of the wrestling squad . . . Basslcr Geographic Society . . . Page . . . president of Varsity Club in senior year . . . science major and geography minor . . . interested in all types of sports ... a "swell guy" to know . . . JOHN HERR Secondary Lancaster . . . John . . . 5'5" . . . brown hair and eyes . . . day student . . . likes sports and enjoys reading . . . member of English Club, Mu Kappa Mu, F.T.A., Normal Literary Society, and Men’s Day Student Association . . . spent leisure hours at the day student room and old gym playing cards . . . spent his summer working at Armstrong Linoleum Plant . . . 29SARAH RUDY HESS Elementary Mount Joy . . . "Sal" . . . quiet and likeable . . . those grayish green eves could melt iron . . . lived in the dormitory until her senior year . . . now spends her leisure time keeping house for Ben . . . A.C.E.I. . . . member of Normal and S.C.A. . . . likes music—was a great asset to the choir for three years . . . has a friendly hello for everyone . . . loves children—had fun in student teaching . . . CHARLES H1LLEGASS Elementary Leola . . . "Charlie" . . . seems quiet until you get to know him . . . Mr. Beck' mycr’s right-hand man in elementary science . . . member of Page Literary Society, Men’s Day Student Association, and F.T.A. . . . Alpha Phi Omega historian in 1950 . . . expects to join Uncle Sam in July . . . did his student teaching in Lancaster . . . special interests include bowling, darts, pinochle, and golf . . . Anna . . . one of the tall lads in the class . . . best of luck, Charlie . . . RICHARD H1RATA Elementary Philadelphia . . . "Rick" . . . the shoit lad with the black hair . . . member of F.T.A. and Men’s Community Association . . . interested in all sports—participated in intramural football and softball—umpired some of those rugged softball games for the boys . . . thinks there is no team like the Phillies . . . one of our faithful waiters for three years— Miss Kline’s nemesis . . . was missed by all during Ins stretch in the hospital . . . wild about student teaching in the fifth grade . . . ERIKA HOL2 Elementary Hummelstown . . . Attractive gal with brown hair and expressive blue eyes . . . earned J.V. basketball letter in sophomore year . . . one of the "Snapper Gang" —exchange editor . . . wants to teach in a little red schoolhousc . . . fourth grade student teaching . . . hobby is tennis . . . likes to work with children . . . member of choir four years . . . Mr. Porter’s girl "Friday" . . . F.T.A., S.C.A., and A.C.E.I. . . . Normalite . . . Rhoda in the senior play . . always with Gloria . . . JIMMIE LEE HOWARD Industrial Arts Crtsfield, N- Y. . . . "Jimmie” ... 26 months in the U.S.M.C. . . . nine months in the Navy . . . wood major . . . social studies minor . . . attended U. S. Naval Academy and Salisbury State Teachers College before coming to Millcrsvillc . . . lives in one of the trailers on campus with wife Gloria and son . . . Industrial Arts Society . . . Alpha Phi Omega . . . accelerated . . . disagrees with Kauffman concerning metal slats for a wooden crib . . . DONOVAN C. JACOBY Industrial Arts Lancaster . . . "Jacoby" . . . spent thirty-six months in Scabccs . . . always with a smile and a helping hand . . . family man . . . swaps little girls’ progress stories with Mr. Koken . . . metal major . . . science minor . . . attended Franklin and Marshall College . . . Future Teachers of America . . . gives the training school kids the works in ceramics . . . special interests arc Icathercraft and hunting . . . 30 I HERBERT A. JAINDL Industrial Arts Allentown . . . “Herb" ... 24 months in Navy . . . transferred from KuUtown in sophomore year . . . hard to convince in an argument . . . noted for his artistry, sack, and TV . . . can't agree with Kauffman on shoemaking . . . great believer in the therapeutic value of wood . . . accelerated . . . Newman Club . . . Industrial Arts Society . . . Iota Lambda Sigma . . . enjoys weekends in Allentown . . . JEAN1NE LOUISE KEEFER Secondary Lebanon . . . Jcaninc . . . one of those rare girls with a mind for numbers . . . S.C.A. . . . keeps the records in the Foreign Language Club . . . works regularly as a nurse's aide . . . treasurer of Delta Phi Eta . . . active member of Mu Kappa Mu . . . F.T.A. . . . dabbles in oil paints . . . academically minded . . . feels at home with good music . . . seamstress . . . Normal Literary Society . . . all weekends off campus . . . double minor—Spanish and Latin . . . "slow to talk but swift to learn" . . . BERNICE KAUFMAN Elementary Lancaster . . . Bernice . . . dainty and petite . . . transferred from West Chester State Teachers College in junior year . . . married . . . delights in keeping her apartment spic and span . . . quite a seamstress . . . liked student teaching in the first grade . . . always seen surrounded by a crowd of little children . . . beautiful black hair . . . very expressive eyes . . . A.C.E.I. and F.T.A. JOHN S. KEENAN Industrial Arts Phoenixville . . . John to everyone . . . spent 34 months in the medics . . . one of the few to leave us in January ... is he married?—almost . . . member of the band and F.T.A. . . . finds time for his favorite hobby—wood carving . . . wood major, biological science minor . . . loyal member of Industrial Arts Society . . . drives a green Chrysler . . . Saturday classes keep him here weekends ... a three-year man . . . CHARLES F. KAUFMANN Elementary New Hope . . . "Chuck" . . . veteran of Sea Bees in the Aleutians . . . Miss Swift's art lecturer par excellence . . . F.T.A. . . . prexy of Alpha Phi Omega . . . occasionally types letters in red . . . one of the o!d(?) married men . . . expert hitchhiker, likes to travel light . . . originally in the I. A. curriculum . . . dog and guppy fancier . . . carpenter during summer . . . Citamard . . . unseen advisor to roommate . . . instigator of field trips to Valentino’s . . . believes in early to bed and early to rise . . . I WILLIAM KELL Industrial Arts Harrisburg . . . Wood major . . . geography minor . . . known to crew as "Sir Dr. Wm. Wayne Kell, Esq." . . . summertime fruit farmer . . . one of Miss Kline's boys . . . "Now, Kell, we don't do that at Millcrsviilc" . . . infectious laugh . . . by line: "If he gives me a D, I'll go to California" . . . treasurer of Industrial Arts Society . . . secretary-treasurer, Theatre Arts Club . . . Basslcr Geographic . . . F.T.A. . . . 31HENRIETTA KERN Secondary Stevens . . . Henrietta . . . strong yen for science, Spanish, and music . . . took time out between sophomore and junior years to teach for three years in a one-room school in Brecknock Township . . . plays piano and accordion . . . also a serious student of harmony and counterpoint . . . hobby: folklore of the Mexican Indians — will probably take her to New Mexico for further study after graduation . . . member of English Club, Page. Xenophile Society, and Women’s Day Student Association . . . RONALD S. KERR Secondary Carlisle . . . ’’Ron" . . . that tall, good-looking head waiter in our dining room . . . pleasant personality . . . mathematics major—prexy of Mu Kappa Mu . . . general science minor . . . member of F.T.A. and Normal , . . roomed with Hagenauer for the past two years . . . interested in making models—teaching models, that is! , . . favorite pastimes— dancing, swimming, and women . . . everybody’s friend . . . BERNICE KNEASEL Elementary Lebanon . . . ’’Bernic” . . . speedy little miss from the baloney town . . . competent business manager of TOUCHSTONE . . . sealous . . . secretary-treasurer of Lutheran Club . . F.T.A. . . . derives much pleasure from knitting for others . . . weekend interest — M.S.T.C. alumnus . . . S.C.A. . . . comes summer. a waitress at the shore . . . delights in cooking delicious dishes . . . capable, reliable . . . attends A.C.E.I. meetings regularly . . . had fun teaching the second grade with Trudy . . . KENNETH L. KNILEY Secondary Elizabethtown . . . “Ken" . . . enjoys living . . . likes sports of all kinds, especially football . . . science major, math minor . . . married hometown girl named Bess . . . will be glad to graduate but will boast Millcrsvilic to anyone . . . member of Page . . . Men’s Day Student Association . . . played football for two years . . . blue eyes, brown hair . . . quiet guy . . . neat . . . taught math to eighth grade . . . original member of the "Rinky-Dinks" . . . likes to wear bow tics . . . JANET L KNOX Elementary Par sburg . . . Janet . . . blonde, blue-eyed, quiet . . . divides her time among Cita-mard, A.C.E.I., Future Teachers of America, S.C.A., and Page . . . loved teaching in the second grade . . . roomed with Audrec for two years . . . likes to knit during that precious spare time . . . especially interested in banking . . . also in teaching driving to unsuspecting pupils . . . GERALD H. KOLB Secondary Lancaster . . . Gerald . . . brown hair and eyes . . . English major . . . social studies minor . . . member of band and orchestra .. . Phi Sigma Pi historian . . . delegate to 1951 Phi Sigma Pi Convention in Washington. D. C. . . . Alpha Phi Omega . . . Student Council . . . member of 1951 Collegiate Symphony . . . secretary of Men's Day Student Association . . . SNAPPtR staff . . . English Club . . . Newman Club . . . interested in photography and music . . . leader of own dance band . . . plays both the clarinet and the sax . . . ) 32KARL M. KRAMER Elementary Norwood . . . "Pete" . . . travels the "Palmyra Express" on weekends . . . will do some aisle-walking in August . . . captain of basketball team . . . honorary member of All-State College team . . . belongs to Comic Book of the Month Club . . . frequenter of Rat Race . . . attended Temple and Perki-omen Prep . . . Randall's buddy . . . 12-month Navy veteran . . . faithful member of Don Juans and Whir Kids . . . likes parties (he's usually the "life" of one) . . . oh, that crew cut! . . . well known to all . . . "Ya Bum" . . . JOSEPH A. LE GRAND Industrial Arts Dallas . . . "Joe" . . . really swell guy . . . everyone's pal . . . capable and efficient president of Student Council . . . another one who is partial to "trees" . . . has held a variety of jobs . . . most entertaining one was as a barkeeper in the wilds of Texas . . . subtle sense of humor ... his Sam Spade serials . . . ready smile . . . divides his time between the Shop and the Sugar Bowl . . . fond of good music . . . active member of Industrial Arts Society. Page, Basslcr Geographic, and WALTER KRE1DER, JR. Secondary Lancaster . . . "Walt" . . . steady right-handed hurler for M.S.T.C. nine . . . quiet . . . conservative . . . co-operative . . . excellent sports reporter on Snapper staff . . . day student . . . black sweater with yellow stripe indicates his athletic prestige . . . Mu Kappa Mu . . . minored in social studies . . . intramural basketball . . . Social Studies Club . . . heart action directed toward a certain day student—will continue pitching for Peggy after graduation . . . JOHN E. LECG Industrial Arts denude P.T.A . . . "Leggy" . . . veteran ... 32 ALFRED LETRINKO Industrial Arts Chester . . . "Al" . . . one of the Chester gang . . . seldom without his better half. "Jackie" . . . eager fullback on the gridiron . . . hearty laugh . . . Varsity Club member . . . active participant of intramural sports ... an industrious I.A. boy . . . pleasant smile . . . good-natured ... his car picks up mileage making trips to a little spot near Safe Harbor . . . sometimes known as "Nish" . . . good sport . . . months in Air Force . . . married . . . known for quick starts in morning— "John Legg's up?" . . . wood major . . . natural science minor . . . wife Fran managed Bookstore and John , . . A.P.O. historian . . . Iota Lambda Sigma, F.T.A., Theater Arts Club. Industrial Arts Society . . . art editor for TOUCHSTONE . . . well known and liked . . . expects some day to weave on loom he made — maybe in Texas where he'll work for his Master's degree . . . THOMAS LONG MORE Industrial Arts Clurlj Summit . . . "Tom" . . . metal shop major, social studies minor . . . relinquished 18 months of his life to the U. S. Navy . . . transferred from Keystone Junior College . . . dorm student . . . accelerated . . . member of Iota Lambda Sigma. Industrial Arts Society, Future Teachers of America . . . played intramural sports . . . nice quiet type . . . ready smile . . . hails from the region of the black diamond . . . likes hand-painted tics . . . enjoyed summer school . . . 33G. JOYCE McCRANEY Library Science Millersville . . . Joyce . . . versatile day student . . . pleasant personality . . . did student teaching with Barb . . . crazy about her. clarinet . . . played four years in band . . . English minor . . . member of Future Teachers of Amer-ica . . . English Club . . . Library Science Club . . . treasurer of class for two years . . . Student Council representative . . . writes for TOUCH-STOJ E . . . treasurer for Normal . . . loves dancing, reading, basketball, foot- ball . . . KENNETH BOYD McLAUGHLIN Secondary Millersville . . . ‘"Ken” . . . another fellow on the quiet, reserved side ... a commuting student . . . member of Page, Basslcr Geographic, Social Studies Club, and F.T.A. . . . played intramural basketball . . . social studies major and geography minor . . . black hair, hazel eyes . . . unmarried . . .'interest lies in sports of all kinds . . . can always be seen with a smile on his face . . . MARILYN ANNE MAGUIRE Elementary Millersville . . . Marilyn . . . vivacious . . . fun-loving . . . mischievous grin . . . fun to be with . . . made a snappy majorette with the band . . . cute figure . . . smart wardrobe . . . accent on neatness . . . member of A.C.E.I. . . . F.T.A. . . . Lutheran Club . . . sophomore and junior social committee; senior chairman . . . sews a mean seam and is especially good at making her own clothes . . . avid bridge player . . . often seen enjoying a quictf?) card game in the day room . . . local gal . . . spends Monday nights at the Sugar Bowl . . . ROBERT MANOTTI Elementary Windber . . . “Bob" . . . good-looking day student . . . spent 3? months with Uncle Sam's doughboys . . . accelerated . . . Page . . . interests include beautiful wife Phoebe, fishing, and hunting in that order . . . runs competition every morning with the local bus company . . . claims the only thing that keeps him awake through those eight o'clock classes is that cup of Joe at the Sugar Bowl . . . likes to argue on any subject, especially why the man always comes out on the bottom . . . CHARLES H. MATTERS Industrial Arts Lebanon . . . "Charlie ' ... the fellow who whizzes through math problems . . . one of the faithful summer school crowd . . . served with the Army 18 months, and an overseas veteran . . . member of Mu Kappa Mu and Industrial Arts Society . . . majored in wood . . . enjoys making various projects at home . . . married attractive blonde, “Dutchic," from home town, September. 1951 . . . deserted married couples' dorm for apartment in Millersville during senior year . . . efficient in everything he undertakes . . . LESTER C. MAURER Secondary Shamol in . . . "Dctter" . . . transferred from Buckncll . . . one of Mr. Koken's boys . . . received Chemistry Achievement Award 1950-51 . . . elected to “Who's Who" . . . his special interests arc wife Phyllis and son Craig . . . Navy veteran of 22 months . . . Pagcitc . . . treasurer of Student Government . . . member of Phi Sigma Pi and Intcr-Fra-ternity Council . . . mathematics major, physical science minor ... on the wrestling squad . . .CATHERINE MELSOM Elementary Lancaster . . . “Kitty" . . . capable life guard . . . brown hair . . . green eyes . . . spent her summer as a life guard at Brooksidc Twin Pool . . . interests include music, nature, dancing, and reading . . .. turned dorm student in her junior year . . . Primary Club, F.T.A., S.C.A., and Page Literary Society . . . did student teaching second semester . . . JAMES L. MILLER Secondary Brodbecks . . . "Jim" , . . going, going, gone, sold to that young man in the corner . . . only one of Jim's many talents . . . Jerry’s old stand-by for three years . . . able assistance to anyone in trouble . . . what morale booster! . . . well known on campus . . . participant and leader in many organizations . . . popular M.C.A. president . . . S.C.A. president . . . partial to "trees" . . . member of summer school clan . . . famous saying: "And there I was" . . . frequenter of Rat Race and Sugar Bowl . . . senior play cast . . . sold school rings . . . charter member of Alpha Phi Omcg3 . . . JULIA ANN METZ Elementary Morrisville . . . "Julie" ... as sweet as they come . . . one of the first to sport a spring tan . . . hard-working orange cutter for three years . . . accomplished ukc player . . . always ready to harmonize . . . Sweetheart Queen her junior year . . . inward laugh and sneeze . . . summers spent in Ocean City . . . May Court in sophomore year . . . Bobbie's roomie . . . staunch member of Mr. Porter’s warblers for four years . . . "I'm furious!" . . . found time for A.C.E.I., TOUCHSTONE, Varsity Club, orchestra, and Normal . . . can't help but love her . . . Elementary JOHN MEYS Wilkes-Barre NAPHY Philadelphia IRVIN Secondary . . . "Irv" . . . hails from the Quaker City . . . history major, geography minor . . . dorm student . . . single . . . transfer from Shippcnsburg State Teachers College . . . interested in sports . . . played intramural sports . . . chairman of House Committee in men’s dorm . . . member of Social Studies Club, F.T.A., Bassler Geographic Society, and Page . . . main interest is getting home on weekends . . . curly brown hair, blue eyes . . . always has a smile for you . . . . . . John . . . coal cracker . . . little but mighty . . . indispensable wrestler —State Teachers and Middle Atlantic champ . . . spent the summer at Officers' Candidate School in San Francisco . . . looking forward to getting a commission in the summer . . . member of Newman Club, Varsity Club, and F.T.A. . . . nice dresser, with a good-looking permanent wave . . . did student teaching in the sixth grade —loved the kids . . . took a liking to his music courses but art left him cold . . . PAUL NEFF Elementary York . . . "Paul" . . . tall, black hair, hazel eyes . . . married, girls . . . hails from York Junior College . . . spent 46 months in U. S. Navy ... did student teaching in York . . . loved by all his kids . . . Mr. Porter's pet peeve for his cuts . . . enjoys baseball, fishing, hunting . . . popular Boy Scout master . . . one of day student clan . . . summer schooler . . . buddy of Jim Contino . . . 351% 7 T ANN E. NELSON Elementary Shamo in . . . The blue-eyed blonde who’s engaged to George . . . planning to be married this summer . . . accelerated . . . her time well spent with the English Club, A.C.E.I., F.T.A., and Student Christian Association . . . Pageite . . . Swish's roommate . . . enjoys not one but all sports . . . was secretary of the Athletic Department for two years—really loved it , . . has taken a great interest in law . . . often seen in a tan Pontiac; no wonder, it’s hers! . . . HAROLD J. NYE Industrial Arts DELORES NOBILE Secondary Columbia . . . "Doll' . . . tall, dark-haired day student . . . beautiful soprano voice . . . vice-president of Women's Day Student Association . . . loves to read ... a director of the English Club . . . class treasurer in freshman year . . . one of the "spirits" of the women's day rooms . . . tennis enthusiast . . . feature editor of Snapplr . . . Delta Phi Eta. Newman Club, and Foreign Language Club . . . known for her sophistication, ready wit . . . English major . . . French minor . . . noted for her good lunches . . . hopes to do graduate work . . . Reading JOHN S. PAINTER Industrial Arts Shillington . . . John ... the silent type? . . . quite a tennis player . . . always seen with Bill and Boots . . . brown hair and ha:el eyes . . . wood major and mathematics minor . . . served 36 months in Uncle Sam's Army . . . member of Page Literary Society . . . F.T.A. . . . Industrial Arts Society . . . Mu Kappa Mu . . . unmarried . . . never complains about anything . . . good wood-worker . . . . . . Harold . . . married man and a day student . . . Air Force veteran of 3? months . . . graphic arts major and mathematics minor . . . accelerated . . . Industrial Arts Society and Page . . . leather worker and pipe collector . . . often seen at Sugar Bowl . . . brown hair and blue eyes . . . will enter graduate school at Ball State Teachers College, Muncic, Indiana, in July. 1952 . . . CHARLES PELLMAN Elementary Richfield . . . "Charlie" . . . accelerated . . . transferred from Southern College . . . special hobby—photography . . . enjoys athletics, especially softball, basketball, and tennis . . . lived in Virginia . . . favorite pastime—traveling . . . returns to Southern College on weekends to see relatives . . . quiet, bashful type— loads of fun . . . has an interesting philosophy — "To live, to love, to learn" . . ". blond, with blue eyes and a southern accent, girls . . . V. EUGENE PERTCHAK Elementary Chester . . . "Gene” . . . faithful football manager for four years . . . plays banjo and guitar for' "select few" . . . enjoys bowling . . . spends a lot of time at Rat Race . . . "The Walk” . . . always has a "Hello" and smile for all . . . wears the Varsity Club sweater . . . Chester boy . . . summer schooler . . . one of Uncle Sam's Reserves ... did student teaching in fourth grade . . . proud of the "Uks" . . . to sum it up, a swell guy! . . . 36RICHARD A. RANDOLPH industrial Am Allentown AUDREE M. POFF Elementary Y or% . . . Audree . . . quiet . . . petite . . . brown hair and hazel eyes ... a York gal with an attractive personality . . . Jancy and Margy's roommate . . . often seen knitting ... a smooth dancer . . . transferred from York Junior College ... did student teaching in home city . . . member of Cita-mard . . . Page Literary Society, A.C.E.I., F.T.A. . . . makes herself scarce on weekends . . . enjoys all sports . . . seen often in Sugar Bowl . . . a swell gal and lots of fun . . . RICHARD E. PRIZER Secondary Pottstoum WARREN RADCLIFFE industrial Arts Lebanon . . . "Rip" . . . the young man who knows quite a bit about everything ... six feet tall . . . brown hair and eyes . . . noted for the radio station which he set up in the dorm to give the news of the day to the students . . . metal major and social studies minor . . . member ol the Radio Association . . . Page Literary Society . . . Industrial Arts . . . . . . "Dick" . . . science major, geography minor . . . brown hair and eyes . . . active in F.T.A., Basslcr Geographic, A.P.O., Roddy Scientific, Normal, and Inter-Collegiate Conference on Government . . . officer of Rod and Gun Club . . . enjoys flying small aircraft . . . working with old cars and hunting . . . works at home on weekends . . . KENNETH A. RANDALL Elementary Morristown . . . "Ken" . . . popular class president in both junior and senior years . . . his blond hair and laughing brown eyes have wowed many a Penn State ficshman . . . charter member of Rat Race . . . Navy veteran of 2 years . . . with his stand-by, Pete, holds iccord for longest college career—4 years and 2 summers . . . "go on ya pig," favorite saying . . . member of famous Whiz Kids and Don Juans . . . claims he likes any type of party (tea parties, too?) . . . noted for his witticisms . . . DOROTHY ANNE PUSEY Elementary Avondale . . . "Dotty" . . . president of Women's Varsity Club . . . former prexy of W.A.A. . . . swims like a fish . . . commuted to Lancaster to teach kindergarten . . . "You're kidding!" . . . beautiful, naturally curly hair . . . tall and good-looking . . . secretary of her junior class . . . four years varsity hockey halfback . . . spring gives her "Sea fever" ... in May Queen’s Court her sophomore year ... Is there a "Dusty" road ahead? . . . dependable in all she docs . . . . . . "Dick" . . . transferred from Muhlenberg . . . metal major, elementary industrial arts minor . . . Industrial Arts Society and Alpha Phi Omega claimed part of his time: sports, women, and good times claimed the rest . . . no marital tics . . . Joe's roomie in the "green room" . . . kept Jezebel in repair . . . accelerated . . . enjoyed swimming and playground supervision in the summer . . . did student teaching at Boys' Club and really enjoyed it . . . 27GLENNA REESE Elementary Quarryville . . . GIcnna . . . petite queen of our class in sophomore year . . . neat dresser . . . witty . . engaged . . . drives alone from Quarryvillc each day . . . what would she do without Bob's car? . . . completed the elementary course in three and a half years . . . likes tennis, dancing . . . enthusiastic member of a bowling team . , . Page' ite . . . member of A.C.E.I. . . . secretary of women day students . . . likes music??? . . . spent the first semester of her senior year with 32 first graders . . . frequents R3t Race . . . usually seen with Joanne . . . HERBERT J. ROBERTS Industrial Arts Millersville . . . “Herb” . . . quiet and studious . . . a Navy veteran for 40 months . . . accelerated . . . day student . . . wood major and math minor . . electricity fascinates him . . . likes his coffee black . , . married ... a commuting student—didn't have far to go for his classes . . . black hair, on the short side! . . . deep brown eyes . . . one of Eshclman's boys . . . did student teaching at McCaskey High School . . . special interest: his wife and child . . . VIRGINIA A. RESSEL Secondary Lancaster . . . ''Ginger” . . the little gal with lots of pep . . . seen frequently with a certain senior boy . . . social studies major . . . English minor . . . Delta Phi Eta president . . . secretary of Social Studies Club . . . English Club . . . Pageite . . . Future Teachers of America . . . would succeed anywhere . . . made “Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges" . . . hobbies: reading, knitting, swimming . . . JANE RITCHEY Elementary Martinsburg . . . “Janie" . . . crinkles up her eyes when she laughs . . . hard-working typist for TOUCHSTONE and Snapper . . . got in on the money angle early—financier for Primary Club her sophomore year and for W.C.A. her junior year . . . quick to smile . . . able chairman of junior social committee .. . F.T.A. . . . should receive a silver star ’or long service on the choral front . . . she's Normal . . . first graders enjoyed marching to her music . . . LYNFORD H. ROWLAND Industrial Arts Philadelphia . . . “Lyn" . . . goes steady with his radios . . . co-founder of M.S.T.C.'s Radio Association . . . has amateur radio license . . . East Stroudsburg ficshman . . . found a home in Millersville his sophomore year . , . member of Industrial Arts Society . . . enjoys tinkering with his automobile . . . chief engineer of college amateur station . . . loves to shoot poor, defenseless crows . . . earns his spending money as a salesman at—yes, you've guessed it—a radio shop . . . GERTRUDE C. SCHMIDT Elementary Glenside . . . "Trudy" ... a real go-getter . . . peppy, loquacious jokester . . . loves children and teaching . . . A.C.E.I.. S.C.A., F.T.A. . . . TOUCHSTONE staff . . . Senior Class publicity chairman . . . bustled about the dining room for two years ... set the dorm wild with Edna's help ... a Penn State freshman . . . spends her “spare" time knitting or reading . . . has deep convictions . . . Lin's death left a deep scar, but her courage and perseverance will see her through . . . "vires acquirit eundo" . . . 38BARBARA JOAN SCHORK Elementary Hatboro . . . “Schorkic" . . . willing and able helper anywhere, anytime . . . always displays a sunny smile . . . vice-president of A.C.E.I. . . . member of Welfare for two years . . . F.T.A. . . . secretary of W.A.A. . . , ardent Phillies fan . . . plays a mean ukc . . . wouldn't miss a wrestling match . , . a Normalite . . . "and away we go!" . . . Have you seen her Charleston? . . . third graders really kept her busy , . . anchors aweigh . . . where there's Schorkic, there's fun . . . DANIEL W. SHOEMAKER Secondary Red Lion . . . "Dan" . . . strictly a science man— major and minor . . . Pagcitc . . . one of Mr. Porter’s boys . . . twin to Gloria in the senior play . . . fond of dancing and bridge . . . ardent chess player—check with Dean Stine . . . Citamard . . . Varsity Club . . . swimming ... his motto—"loads of fun for everyone" . . . DONALD E. SCHWENK Industrial Arts West Lawn . . . "Red" . . . redheaded bruiser . . . over 200 pounds . . . F.T.A. and I.C.G. . . . president of Normal Literary Society . . . manager of baseball and basketball . . . student manager of intramural sports . . . SNAPPtR and TOUCHSTONE staffs . . . Varsity Club . . . Industrial Arts Society . . . majored in wood; social studies minor . . . interested in dancing and a special redhead . . . enjoys mutilating his roomie when alluded to as a "fat redheaded Dutchman" — can "take it," too . . . Elementary MARIE SHIRK Cap CERTRUDE W. SILVER Elementary Pottstown . . . "Trudy" . . . subtle sense of humor and amazing wit . . . her coat of many colors . . . put up with Brosius for three years . . . loved holding her second graders' hands . . . another one of the ukc- players . . . invaded the Smoker because she couldn't stand living under it . . . pinochle fiend . . . "Gertrude the Governess” . . . waits till morning to set her hair . . . "Miss Trudy" . . . sacrificed her ukc for Welfare, A.C.E.I . and F.T.A. . . . always the life of the dorm . . . . . . Marie ... a quiet, likable miss . . . commutes from Gap with taxi service between Lancaster and Millers-villc . . . one of friendliest gals to be found anywhere . . . sparkling brown eyes . . . spent just three years at M.S.T.C . . . enjoyed summer school . . . did student teaching in former Day Room . . . likes to sew . . . Pagcitc . . . Future Teachers of America . . . Association for Childhood Education . . . loved her fifth graders . . . BARBARA SMITH Elementary Holtwood . . . Mention "Bobbcc," then there's Bill . . . Bloomsburg transfer . . . part-time dorm student . . . active in A.C.E.I.—program chairman last year, financial chairman this year ... responsible for successful cake auction . . . smart dresser . . . short hair . . . chic . . . had a wonderful time working with her kindergarten youngsters . . . F.T.A. . . . conscientious . . . spent many summers working as a swimming instructor . . . collects silver with a definite purpose . . . 39SARA E. SM1THGALL JOHN J. SMITH, JR. Industrial Am Reading . . . "Smitty" . . . one of Marauders outstanding football players and co-eaptain of the squad in his senior year . . . six feet of solid muscle . . . did some wrestling . . . Page ... Industrial Arts Society . . . Varsity Club . . . Craft Club . . , Mu Kappa Mu . . . Boys Club . . . wood major . . . math minor . . . likes all kinds of sports, outdoor life, carpentry work, and watching TV . . . expects to marry Joyce immediately after graduation . . . a quiet member of the dormitory . . . PAUL T. SMITH Industrial Arts Montrose . . . "Smitty" . . . small in stature, but big enough to be everyone’s friend . . . wood shop major and geography minor . . . lives way up in the northern part of, Pennsylvania . . . light blown hair and blue eyes . . . fond of girl by the name of "Maggie” . . . member of Men’s Community Association . . . Rod and Gun Club . . . Basslcr Geographic Society . . . Alpha Phi Omega . . . Industrial Arts Society . . . likes hunting and leather working . . . "Smith the laundry man" . . . JOANNE SNAVELY Elementary Litits . . . Quiet, but lots of fun when you know her . . . ready smile . . . likes to laugh . . . one of the "Litits girls” . . . accent on neatness . . . day student . . . accelerated . . . very adept with knitting needles . . . likes reading . . . enjoyed time spent with first graders at the Training School . . . Pagcitc . . . Association for Childhood Education . . . member of Welfare and Equity for Women’s Day Room . . . Elementary Lancaster . . . "Sally" . . . day student . . . did her student teaching in Lancaster first semester . . . devotes her extra time to knitting and bridge . . . taught a Girls’ Club in Lancaster . . . intramural sports . . . F.T.A. . . . Welfare and Equity . . . five feet six inches high . . . sparkling blue eyes and curly brown hair . . . shirley r. Snyder Elementary Norristown . . . "Shirl" . . . glistening black hair . . . uses shoe polish on it . . . laundry girl . . . Trudy’s roommate . . . capable co-editor of TOUCHSTONE . . . F.T.A. and A.C.E.I. . . . loved student teaching in the fifth grade . . . can be seen at the Sugar Bowl in the evenings . . . spends spare time knitting . . . will talk the cars off you . . . will probably be married this summer . . . main interest is Paul (what else?) . . . came to summer school to see what it was like . . . DANIEL P. SOPCHAK Industrial Arts Simpson . . . "Danny" ... the quiet, forgetful type . . . took school seriously . . . graphic arts 3nd electricity major . . . English minor—Dr.' Lingenfcltcr’s boy . . . said to be the summer school tennis champ . . . special interest in swimming, fishing, and hunting—hunting what? . . . writes to old Army buddies . . . spent three years touring Europe . . . English Club . . . Page . . . F.T.A. . . . Rod and Gun Club . . . S.C.A. . . . Industrial Arts Society . . . enjoys a night out with the boys—down by the river . . . 40GLORIA C. SPENGLF.R Eletnentary Northampton . . . "Glo" ... a Penn State freshman—but saw the advantages of Mil-lersville . . . enjoyed teaching the kiddies in the kindergarten . . . spent many weekends waiting on tables . . . broke her wrist while engrossed in u soccer game . . . spends her summers square dancing and swimming . . . made numerous trips home in a certain jeep this year . . . planning marriage in June . . . cuts her hair frequently —maybe you've seen it! . . . uses dark brown eyes to good advantage . . . tickles the piano keys and toots the flute . . . CAROLYN C. STRASSBURGER Elementary Millersvillc . . . "Lynn" answers to “Pinky,” “Gcorgie," and "Clarence," too . . . always ready to have fun . . . "Study, what’s that?" . . . able president of A.C.E.I. this year . . . rooms with Smiley . . . Mario Lanza’s rival . . . bubble gum . . . picture gallery room . . . thoughts often wander to Wayne . . . everyone's pal . . . "Sugar Bowl, anyone?" . . . loyal member of choir, S.C.A.. and Page . . gave her talents to the Snapper, too . . . that black Ford with its horn . . . sports a bee-oot-iful ring . . . PAUL B STEWART Elementary Lancaster BETTY WINONA STAUFFER Elementary Lancaster . . . "Winnie" . . . friendly and cheerful .. . well-liked by friends . . . spent two years at Eastern Mennonite College before coming to M.S.T.C. . . . drives to school . . . member of Future Teachers of America . . . one of the voices in the choir . . . likes reading and music . . . full of fun . . . ready smile . . . always ready to help a friend . . . will be well-liked by kindergarten and primary children . . . WILMA D. SULLENBERCER Elementary Lancaster . . . Petite . . . winning smile and genial disposition . . . mature and considerate of others . . . widow and mother ... her deepest and sinccrcst interest—her two children . . . member of Citamard and Page . . . day student ... a former M.S.T.C. student . . . enrolled again this year and expects to graduate this August . . . . . . Paul . . . tall, good matured, well-dressed . . . day student . . 36 months in the Air Corp . . . accelerated . . . F.T.A. . . . Page Literary Society . . . active in Inter-Collegiate Government . . . hobby is commercial photography . . . has an interest in an auto agency . . . will give you a good argument on any subject especially politics . . . believes "a thing of beauty is a joy forever," especially ii it's a good used car . . . NORMA JEAN SWEITZER Elementary Torl . . . Tall . . . brown eyes and hair . . . beautiful wardrobe . . . fun to know . . . deserted dorm in senior year to become a day student . . . did student teaching in York . . . member of S.C.A., A.C.E.I.. F.T.A,, and Page . . . interest besides knitting socks (men's) and reading—a MRS. degree this summer . . . plans to teach in Maryland for five years . . . settle down and rear "our brood" . . . 41DOROTHY HELEN SWISHER Secondary "Hew London . . . "Swish” ... the gal with the green eye . . . geography majo., social studies minor . . .. member of Bassler Geographic Society and Social Studies Club . . . enjoys traveling and driving —yes. even a bus! . . . ceramics and animals hold her interest . . . can be found almost any time curled up with a book . . . hiking appeals, especially on Sundays . . . spent five summers working for Sun Oil Company in Phil' adclphia—made lots of dough, too . . . special hobby—saving half-dollars . . . DONALD A. VANNAN Elementary Danville . . . "Don" or "Van" ... a Blooms burg transfer ... art editor of Olympian and Maroon and Gold ... in Glee Club and Mixed Chorus ... at Millcrsville, art editor of Snapper . . . mainstay of the choir . . . baritone soloist in the operetta, "lolanthe" . . . "Messiah" . . . member of the Ha waiian Water Ballet . . . Pagcitc . . . Phi Sigma Pi . . . intramural basket ball . . . Xcnophilc Society , . . F.T.A. . . . terrific cartoonist . . . enjoys sing mg, art, radio, model airplane building . . . collects popular and operatic records . . . pleasing personality . . . just loved his fifth graders . . .• . . . ‘‘Janie” . . . also known as "Rusty” . . . claims her hair isn’t red ... as many extracurricular activities as A's . . . proxy of the girls' dorm . . . "Gad" . . . strums her uke with Schork . . . varsity hockey and basket ball . . . recipient of the Wickcrsham Scholarship . . . rare sense of humor . . . "Which way did the Indians go?" . . . Marjic’s roomie . . . Varsity Club, A.C.E.I., choir, F.T.A.. Page, and Student Council . . . "Who’s Who" . . . one of the doughnut girls . . . enjoys camp life . . . JANET THOMSON Secondary Sharon Hill . . . "Toni" . . . lost without her memo pad . . . Ginny’s roommate . . . co captain hockey team . . . likes her coffee black . . . intelligent . . . good kid . . . Student Council, Roddy Scientific Society, Snapper, TOUCHSTONE . . . large collection of men . . . never on time . . . still learning how to play bridge . . . cracked the whip during freshman initiation . . . member of "Smith Brothers' Gang" . . . loves birds, trees, insects . . . never serious . . . biology major—physical science minor . . . favorite shoes — field boots . . . MARTHA JANE ULSH Elementary Lansdowne JEANNE WADE Elementary Lancaster . . . Jeanne . . . attractive green-eyed miss . . . sweet personality . . . mutual affection shared between teacher and kindergarteners . . . Page, F.T.A., and A.C.E.I. ... did her student teaching as near to F. and M. as possible . . . knitting enthusiast . . lovely Varsity Queen of 1951 ... rarely missed a dance at M.S.T.C. or F. and M. . . . day student . . . accelerated . . . gave up a nursing career to become a teacher . . . time out for a coke . . . PAUL WARWOOD Elementary Lancaster . . . Paul . . . ex Navy man with 26 months’ service . . . Page Literary Society . . . always enjoys a good bull session . . . accelerated . . . played intramural softball . . , married the girl who took his number . . . likes to fish . . . spent time working at gas station when not in schooI . . . worked at Boy Scout Camp during the summer months . . . THOMAS WATERS Eleynentary Forty Fort . . . “Tucker” . . . one of the big men on the campus . . . first love is wrestling . . . second is women . . . Chiccino's roommate . . . State Teachers' College Champ in 51 . . . one of the "boys" . . . three years, six months on the seas for Uncle Sam . . . usually seen at Mick's, either behind the counter or in front of it . . . wants to coach after graduation . . . pinochle fiend . . . accelerated . . . active member of Varsity Club, Page, Newman Club, and Snapper . . . nice guy, liked by everyone . . . CLARENCE WEIK, JR. Secondary Lebanon . . . “Clutch" or “Pee Wee" . . . livened up the married couples dorm in his senior year . . . vice-president of Mu Kappa Mu . . . handles the money in Varsity Club . . . Newman Club . . . one more recruit from the place that makes a famous baloney. . . . versatile interest in sports—football, baseball, golf, and swimming . . . worked his way through college . . . deserving Phi Sigma Pi member . . . played guard on the football team for four years . . . M.C.A. , . ’. Pageitc . . . likes to take motion pictures . . . HOMER P. WEAVER Secondary T cw Holland . , . Tall, reserved lad . . . veteran of U. S. Navy ... in service eleven and a half months . . . accelerated . . . interrupted college career for two years of work on a farm and for a trip to California . . . actually began college life in September 1947 . . . hunting and travel enthusiast . . . Page and SC.A. member . . . social Studies major . . . geography minor . . . day student . . . KATHLEEN WEAVER Elementary Lancaster WILLIAM A. WENKER Industrial Arts Bustleton . . . "Shorty" . . . wood major and social studies minor . . . tall, 6’3" . . . brown hair and brown eyes . . . Normal . . . band . . . choir . . . president of Industrial Arts Society . . . Crystal Four Quartet . . . advertising manager of the TOUCHSTONE . .. F.T.A_____ played intramural softball and basketball . . . waiter in the dining room for three years . . . always “on the go" . . . likes a certain Dotty at Penn State . . . sings in the choir of the Methodist Church in M-villc . . . Iota Lambda Sigma . . . well-known for hi quick wit and ready humor . . . TV is missing something! . . . . . . "Kathy" . . . green-eyed blonde . . . faithful sports fan . . . day student . . . likes all loves none . . . smooth dancer . , . good basketball player . . . active in intramural sports . . . made cute May Court attendant . . . sophomore social committee . . . Primary Club . . . Pageitc . . . day student Welfare and Equity representative . . . F.T.A. . . . one of the few who can polka well . . . loves children—especially the kindergarteners . . . pleasing personality and winning smile . . . will make a good teacher . . . CHARLES WETZEL Industrial Arts Green Lane . . , "Chuck" . . . likes to “rib" anyone from East Greenville . . . secretary of Industrial Arts Society . . . alphabet soup boy . . . S.C.A., M.C.A., F.T.A. . . . apple polisher for "Peewee" . . . math minor . . . Theater Arts greatest play watcher . . . Normalitc “veep" . . . served three years kitchen duty . . . Industrial Arts snowballcr . . . terrific talker with the girls . . . Phi Sigma Pi . . . Iota Lambda Sigma's historian . . . one of Hank's pewter experts . . . member of TOUCHSTONE art staff . . . accelerated . . . 43JOANNE DIXON WESTAFER Secondary Elizabethtown . . . "Jo” . . . married to a sailor man . . . personality kid . . . known for her fantastic stories . . . biology major, history minor . . . one of the summer school gang . . . talkative . . . pinochle fanatic . . . likes to knit . . . always telling about her experiences in the Training School . . . Social Studies Club . . . Roddy Scientific Society . . . W.A.A., F.T.A. . . . always ready to go to the Sugar Bowl . . . JOHN E. WHARE. JR. Elementary Yor . . . “Johnny” . . . likable guy with a terrific personality . . . did his student teaching in York last fall . . . married . . . likes all kinds of sports . . . transferred from Shippcnsburg after his freshman year . . . served 35 months in {he Navy . . . accelerated . . . travels back and forth from York to Millcrsvillc daily . . . NANCY JEAN WHITE Secondary Lancaster . . . "Nance” . . . sweet personality . . . ready smile for everyone ... always willing to lend a helping hand . . . twinkling blue eyes . . . quiet, but loads of fun . . . well-liked by all who know her . . . Normalitc . . . member of TOUCHSTONE staff . . . F.T.A. . . . Student Council . . . Mu Kappa Mu . . . Women’s Day Student Association . . . Social Studies Club . . . participated in intramural sports . . . math whi: . . . makes sewing and knitting needles fly . . . interested in all sports, especially basketball and swimming . . . eighth and ninth graders kept her busy . . . DONALD L. W1EST Industrial Arts Yor . . . "Don" . . . former coal cracker . . . member of famous Music Hall Gang . . . tall . . brown hair, blue eyes . . . married to M.S.T.C. grad . . . served in Navy 45 months . . . active in the band and Industrial Arts Society . . . special interests—music, photography, and safety education . . . summer schooler . . . has terrific personality and strong sense of humor . . . seen often at Sugar Bowl . . . plans to make Safety Education work his vocation . . . January grad . . . CHARLES L. WILDE Industrial Arts Pottstown . . . “Charlie" . . . formerly dorm student. now commutes from Lancaster . . . metal shop major and math minor . . . mighty in brawn . . . really has a terrific personality . . . one of the gang from Pottstown . . . got married while serving for Uncle Sam . . . scheduled for 1951 graduation but the Army called him back for 11 months ... in the service for a total of 33 months . . . active member of Page. Industrial Arts Society. Iota Lambda Sigma, and Mu Kappa Mu . . . JANE E. WILEY Elementary Doylcstown . . . "Smiley" . . . curly blond trcs cs . . . able fullback on hockey squad for three years . . . vice-president of Women’s Varsity Club ... a third finger, left hand girl . . . Lyn’s roommate . . . sweet disposition . . . really lives up to her name . . . loves music and plays the piano very well . . . Bud . . . her weekends always full . . . member of A.C.E. . . . W.A.A. . . . F T.A. . . . Normal . . . always a lot of fun . . . t i 44RICHARD S. WILL Secondary Ephrata . . . ‘'Dick" . . . history major and geography minor . . . likes sports of any type . . . plays intramural basket ball . . . Normahte . . . Naval Reservist —gets an Ensign's commission after graduation . . . works part time at the Cloister Dairies . . . enjoys syimming . . . travels daily from the ''Dutch” country ... a smooth dancer . . . easy going—nothing excites him . . . WILLIAM H. WILSON Elementary Lancaster . . . "Bill” . . . his special interest— wife, Rose Mac. a former Varsity Sweetheart . . . attended Eastern Kentucky College . . . seen often at Rat Race . . . another one of the “party gang" ... big man on the gridiron . . . Army veteran . . . played with Don Juans and Whiz Kids . . . likes sports, and comic books . . . -will be an elementary teacher upon graduation . . . FRED E. WILLING III Secondary Coatesville . . . “Bud” . . . when someone asks, "Who's willing?" Freddy always answers. "I am" . . . Navy veteran . . . loves being friendly . . . always singing . . . four-year wrestler . . . baritone in the choir four years—• two operas—male trio . . . •swimmer and fancy diver in water ballet . . . life-saving instructor . . . chases butterflies with "Mabc" . . . president and vice-president of Page . . president of Xcnophilc Society . . . Roddy Scientific Society . . . Men's Varsity Club . . . enjoys traveling, reading, mountain dimging. camping, and canoeing .. . BARBARA JEAN WITMYER Library Science Lititz . . . "Barbie" . . . effervescent personality . . . ready smile for all . . . full of fun . . . loves to laugh . . . well-liked by all who know her . . . "Five Foot Two, Eyes of Blue" . . . member of Snapper staff . . . treasurer of Page . . . president of Library Science Club . . . president of Women's Day Student Association . . . Welfare and Equity . . . English Club . . . F.T.A. . . . summers spent working in the library . . . enjoys dancing, music, reading, ice-skating, football, basketball. hiking . . . her heart belongs to Gene . . . will make 3 wonderful librarian—and wife . . . ROBERT S. WILSON Secondary Mounmllc . . . "Bob" . . . day student . . . Naval Reservist—anchors aweigh in June with buddy Will . . . tall, with blue eyes . . . good sense of humor . . . collects records—even takes a fling at disc jockeying once in a while . . . Normalitc . . . loyal member of Bass-Ici Geographic Society . . . interested in sports of all kinds . . . plays intramural basketball and softball . . . geography major and science minor . . . favorite pastime—sailing . . . WALTER J. WOJCIECHOWSKI Secondary Chester . . . "Woj" . . . spent 18 months in Uncle Sam’s Army — stationed in Korea . . . interested in Mary Lou . . . treasurer Basslcr Geographic Society . . . Pageite . . . Social Studies Club, F.T.A , and Newman Club . . . social studies major; geography minor . . . brown curly hair . . . likes hiking and swimming . . . favorite saying—“nice, but not very" . . . known for his dry wit . . . facetious in.any class discussion . . . lived with Harry, the Horn . , . 45 4 HUGH H. WORKMAN PETER YASENCHAK Secondary East Petersburg Industrial Arts Kingston . . . Member of Music Hall gang ... ... "Pete" . . . our Middle Atlantic geography major and history minor A.A.U. wrestling champ in 1950 . . . . . . formerly dorm student hut now Ruppman for four years . . . member commutes . . . always seen at Mick's of Newman Club, Foreign Language . . . friend of Ada Mac's . . . another Club, Industrial Arts Society . . . treas- good man who took the plunge . . . urer of M.C.A. in senior year . . . Basslcr Geographic Society, F.T.A., graphic arts his specialty with gcog- Page, and Social Studies Club . . . kept raphy minor . . . Pete's Millie works ethics class entertained first semester hard for our President . . . not too . . ..all-around guy . . . personality big. but mighty and always able to be plus . . . twinkling eyes . . . strange heard . . . Varsity Clubber . . . loyal things have happened to the Blue Pagcitc . . . Bolt . . . has attended various and sundry colleges . . . known as H B. to G., M., and M. . . . one of "Ma's" boys . . . went to summer school . . . KENNETH RANDALL "Kenny” As class president for two successive years, Kenny has done an admirable job, both as leader and as fellow committee worker. His sense of humor, integrity, and forethought have won him cooperation and respect. A native of Norristown, Kenny came to Millers-ville after two and a half years in the Navy. Always well-liked by everyone, he is naturally the life of a party. He enjoys having a good time, but not before his responsibilities and duties have been fulfilled. He roomed with Pete Kramer, Paul Mc-Cool, and Skip Marcus this year down in the lower floor and his antics kept the whole “dorm ' in an uproar. With elementary education as his major, Kenny did his student teaching in the fifth grade and enjoyed it immensely. We wish him much luck in the years to come and hope that success follows him wherever he goes. 46in Jflemortam ANNE J. OVERLY Anne came to Millcrsville in September, 1948, after graduating from Oxford High School. She enrolled in the Elementary curriculum with specialisation in kindergarten-primary. During her three years at Millcrsville, Anne was known for her sunny disposition and pleasing personality. Because of these fine attributes, she made many friends not only with her own class but with upperclassmen and underclassmen as well. In her free time, Anne could be found at “Rat Race" struggling with her assignments or relaxing with Kathy, Joan, a cup of coffee, and a deck of pinochle cards. On August 24, 1951, Anne’s friends were very much saddened to hear of her untimely death FRANKLIN PRICE “Lin”, a favorite of many at Millcrsville, lost his life in an automobile accident in July, 1951. The entire campus was shocked by the tragic news. Entering Millcrsville as a transfer student from Drexel Institute, he soon took hold here and made his name known in many fields. The Roddy Scientific Society, Mu Kappa Mu, Band, Swing Band, and Page Literary Society were among his many interests. In 1950-51 he served as the business manager of the TOUCHSTONE. Lin's main activity was-basketball. The galloping six foot two inch curly-haired jumping jack will be remembered by all for his cool accurate one-handers from side court and driving lay-ups. West Chester and Kutztown will not forget number 15 for many seasons. His 23 points led the Marauders to a record 103-59 rout over Kutztown. As we, the Class of 1952, accept our diplomas, we can be assured that Lin Price has not been forgotten, but has received a far greater citation presented by the greatest of all teachers. JOHN MYERS Johnny was well-known to all of us for his solos in chapel programs and for his role in the operetta, Iolanthc. His tenor voice led him to love both popular and classical music. He was admired by his friends for his cooking and pastry baking. Johnny was always ready for a steam clam feast. He referred to his huge frame as the outdoor type. This we know very well since he was an ardent tennis fan and played the game well. What the Boy Scouts would have accomplished without John to help them cannot be imagined. He was a leader in this organization and helped to reorganize the troop in Lancaster. Johnny could be seen driving hither and yon in the campus driver's training car, which helped to boost the gas bill in the safety education course. He had a quick wit and was always ready to lend a helping hand to anyone who needed it. In July, 1951, John entered basic training in the Air Corps at Lackland Field, Texas. Two weeks later news of his death as a result of a sunstroke shocked and saddened his many friends.w WICKERSHAM HALL—e d i f i c e of learning for students of all curricula . . . provider of educational concepts • . . workshop for prospective teachers . . . counselor for all . . . laboratories of extensive equipment . . . meetingplace of talents ... a challenge to the underclassmen. Underclassmen — HHHIPresident LESTER HOOVER Vice-President Among the achievements for the current college year, the juniors can number such events as Homecoming Day, for which our contribution was an artistic cartoon series depicting events of the day. To Shirley Eckert and Bill Harabin we arc indebted for the clever drawings and caricatures which we proudly displayed on the front campus. As is always the ease, the biggest and most anticipated event of the year was the Junior Prom, BELOW: Members of Elementary Curriculum — First Row (left to right): Hodge, Boyer, Lantzer, McCool, Smyser, Hoover, Rupp, Holzhauer, Myers. Second Row: Sweitzer, Hinerdeer, •Stambaugh, Leadbetter, Stout, Garrett, Nelson, Elbin, Walker, McCaddin, Gable, Hoffman. Third Row: Bradley, Reiter, Mumma, Kettering, Fether- KENNETH KLINE Treasurer SUSAN WENTZ Secretary which was held in Brooks Hall and, along with the the other classes, we highly enjoyed the annual Sweetheart Dance. As we stand upon the threshold of our fourth and final year at Millersville, we realize all too well that time had flown swiftly, but we hope that our contributions to the educational and recreational life of our college arc sufficient to make ourselves and others proud of them in years to come. man, Kipp, Hoover, Chiarma, Kreider, Rinehart, Pfanty, Rein fried, Myers. Fourth Row: Franty, Varnall, McCormick, Smith, Evans, Eckert, Ruth, Brubaker, Baum, Jacobsen, Benedict. Fifth Row: Johnson, Belscr, Shcrer, Morris, Cochrane, Borgstede, Noll, Shcnk, Bowers, Baker, Hoin.JUNIOR CLASS ABOVE: Member of Secondary Curriculum—First Row (left to right): Ulsh, Brown, Gal- breath, Stehman, Hemler, Stcinmctz, Freed, Senft, L., Pinkerton, Golab. Second Row: Cushman, Senft, C., Overdorf, Stoner, Henry, Towers, Groff, Shurygailo, Mengel. Third Row: Wcaverling, Glass, Jones, Smolewich, Wolf, Frailcy, Wagner. BELOW: Members of Industrial Arts and Library Science Curricula—First Row (left to right): Edgar, Miller, Brown, D'Amico, Clay, Dominick, Spangler, Harabin, Wallwork. Second Row: Rcichard, Heartcr, Doherty, Treadway, Stone, Reed, DiNunzio, Keiscr. Third Row: Charles, Trautman, Fahnestock, Zeigler, Sebastian, Wentz. Fourth Row: Artz. U 32 d J 0 tfl u 5 ui H •j)Having survived the perils of the freshman year, the sophomores returned with the duties of freshman haring solely in their own hands. After haring came the double task of enriching the educational life and enlivening the social activities of the campus. In the latter department, as you may suspect, developments were more rewarding. the first contribution being made on Homecoming Day. The unique feature of the day was a “Wash Line" between the girls' dorm and the old gym; it served as an incentive to our football eleven who “washed out," “wrunk out,“ and “hung" Kutz-town's team on the line. The major social event, however, was the “Sock Hop” in the old gym. Admission charges were based upon the length of the individuals' feet. Entertainment for the hop was furnished by some talented members of the class, and consisted of a chorus line of fellows plus several vocal renditions by Glen White. With their able advisors, Mr. Kraslcy and Miss Melson, you arc certain to be hearing much from this class during the next two years. 52 BELOW: Members of Industrial Arts Curriculum—First Row (left to right): Savastano, Moss, Maginsky, Cort-right, Lemon, Hubbard, Gress, Slough, Andreas. Second Row: Gindcr, Silverman, Schmitt, Bates, Sargent, Bigler, Madeira, Witzel, Wallace, Heilemann.SOPHOMORE CLASS ABOVE: Member of Elementary Curriculum—First Row (left to right): Brossman, Trone, Johnstone, Ranck, Patterson, Taylor, Pfeiffer, Smith, Kilmer, Lehman, Snader. Second Row: Sharp, Correll, Horst, Breneisen, Moody, Dcnlinger, Brubaker, Shipley, Todd, Wilson, Gchman, Frey. Third Row: Lipman, Fh-g.il, Paviglianiti, Dutterer, Cadden, Podlesny, Boyer, Lahr, Portser, Sampsel, Burkhart. Fourth Row: Hagerty, Hall, Brown, Schwarz, Rcjavy, Bowers, Rader, Ernst, Baugher, Symington. BELOW: Members of Secondary and Library Science Curricula—First Row (left to right): Brannen, H., Keeley, Turner, Marcello, Gardner, Clement, Shenberger, Maguire, DeHart, Day. Second Row: Good, Hoffpauer, Dutill, Hartman, Rhoads, Desch, Fry, Sax, Graffiaus.JOSEPH MICHALCEWIZ President MARY GUNSELMAN Treasurer WILLIAM WERKISER Vice-President VIRGINIA WERNTZ Secretary “Buttons!” “Off with the dinks!" “Shine my shoes!” “Take off the make-up!” These arc but a few orders among the many that the poor freshmen, better known as frosh, were compelled to follow during the dreaded freshman orientation. After the mysteries of this initiation were completed, they soon realized how vital they were to the college life at Millersville. To aid the bewildered frosh in organizing as a class, Mr. William Caulwell and Miss Frances Culver were appointed as class advisors. With their competent supervision, the election of officers was anticipated. The results of the election were Joe Michalccwiz as president; William Werkiscr as vice-president; Virginia Wcrntz as secretary; and Mary Cunselman as treasurer. Robert Williams was elected as the freshman representative to the student council. BELOW: Members of Elementary Curriculum—First Row (left to right): Auchenbach, Adams, von Ehrenfried, Van Zandt, Weik, Sanders, Shrciner, Ferguson, Fulgi-niti, Kline, Sprechcr, Bigler, Picked, DiNnu io, Jenkins. Second Row: Myers, Warfel, Longnecker, Leahy, Charles, Moore, Beck, Snyder, B., Gunselman, Segner, De Lardi, Werntz, Steinfelt, Lefever, Lauer. Third Row: Rohrer, Wenger, Charles, E., Shontz, Doherty, Gibble, Krciser, Armstrong, Kiser, Werkiser, Hertzler, Breneman, M., Martin, Long. Fourth Row: Mordan, Hockman, Harman, Swartz, Reinecke, Reynolds, Grasso, Hoover, Snyder, D., Spahr, Conklin, Rosenthal, Haig, McCreary, Zeigler. Fifth Row: Pavlich, Tangert, Keers, Porter, Garman, Patterson, Snyder, L., £chacberle, Wetzler, Weaver, J., Cross, Werner, Zweier, Knaub, Stumpf, Nyc.FRESHMAN CLASS ABOVE: Member of Library Science and Secondary Curricula.— First Row (left to right): Ormond, Wails. Mountain, Leaman, Lytle, Hildebrand, Engleman, Myer, S. Second Row: Peters, Baumbach, Pindar, Orncr, Binner, Bullock, Boardman, Moyer, Sexton. Third Row: Raby, Lighter, Dotter, Haddad, Miscevich, Croessant, Moyer, Sexton. Fourth Row: Chan, Rosenthal, Stauffer, Kreidcr, Clarke, Duncan, Michalcewiz, Shindle. Fifth Row: Weaver, R., Whittington, Watkins, Leighton, Saxingcr, Young, Silvius, Mundorf. BELOW: Members of Industrial Arts Curriculum—First Row (left to right): McCullough, Mattiucci, Kohler, Harding, Arena, Panko, Evans, Bolan, Booth, Schmidt, G. Second Row: Klopp, Groff, Reeves, Marth, Henderson, Mummert, Sykes, Knapp, Krimmel, Scarazzini, Williams, Schcckler, Palcy, C.ORGANIZAl'IONS—as varied as industrial arts . . . social, educational, and recreatiotial . . . co-ordinators of ideas . . . molders of characters . . . builders of materials . . . workers in metal—workers of mettle . . . wielders of leisure time . . . interested in youth . . . friends to all . . . striving for quality and equality.— THE 1952 TOUCHSTONE Like its predecessors, the class of ’52 has taken for granted the familiar scenes and events of four years’ pleasant association with Millersville. From here they will take divergent paths to tomorrow's points unknown, with only memories as the links between what is and what lias been. Names, faces, and events will become inaccurate and vague. May the collective efforts of the 1952 Touchstone staff successfully disturb the sediment of the mind when reminiscence overtakes them. We, the co-editors, offer our sincere appreciation to all the staff members for their help in producing the yearbook. May we offer.special thanks to Bernice Kncasel, who very capably took over the position of business manager after Franklin Price lost his life in an automobile accident; to John Legg, under whose direction the art work was executed; to Virginia Hampton, who handled the difficult task of organising the photography staff; to Du-Can Chan, who accepted the new position of Touchstone photographer, and tirelessly and faithfully produced most of the pictures in this book; and to William Wenkcr, advertising manager, whose determination and continuous drive helped to finance this effort. —The Editors EDITORIAL STAFF Firsc row: Latin Gluntz, Doris Brown, Julia Metz, Eileen Elbin, Betty Lou Sebustian. Second row: Ralph Eberle, Helen Berger, Janet Thomson, Susan Wentz, Trudy Schmidt, Joyce McCraney, Jcanine Keefer. Missing: Doris Adams, Elizabeth Falkenstine, Marjorie Groff, Lois Parker. 58RALPH DVSON Co-editor ART STAFF Thomas Bigler, John Legg, Art Editor; Du-Can Chan, Photographer; Virginia Hampton, Photography Editor; Missing: Charles Wetzel. BUSINESS STAFF Ronald Kerr, Donald Schwenk, Bernice Kneasel, Business Manager; Dominick DiNunzio, William Weuker, Advertising Manager; Missing: Nancy White. SHIRLEY SNYDER Co-editor TYPISTS Maxine Gross, Jane Ritchey, Roberta Borgstede, Josephine Chiarma. Missing: Joan Herr.OFFICER President ....... Joseph LeGrand Vice-President . . Attilio DiLuzio Secretary ............ Donald Bissinger Treaurer ............. Lester Maurer ABOVE: COUNCIL MEMBERS—Seated: LeGrand. McCraney, Thomson, Bmingrr. Standing: Hodge, Williams, McCool, Bowers, DiLuzio, Maurer. STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council started the year with a bounce—The Council Bounce. This dance enabled the students to bccome acquainted with their governing body. It sponsored other dances throughout the year. It is the hope of the council that some day in the near future the Old Gym will be remodeled to be in keeping with the other new buildings on campus. With this in mind, the council devoted their attention toward buying equipment for the Old Gym that could be used later on. These purchases included: a moving picture projector, seven new tables for the balcony, two sofas and four easy chairs for the main floor. The council sent delegates to the Spring Eastern States Educational Conference in New York City. The entire council attended a State Teachers College Conference at West Chester State Teachers College.'i'V Officers of this year's Student Council were Joseph LeGrand, president; Attilo DiLuzio, vice-president; Donald Bissingcr, secretary; and Lester Maurer, treasurer.FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA With leadership training as their guiding objective, the James Pyle Wickcrsham Chapter of the Future Teachers of America, actively promoted during this year a program designed to encourage student interest in this phase of professional preparation. Another activity was to acquaint students with professional organizations, and to give them advice regarding their profession. The program committee did a fine job this year in making the topics of the meetings both varied and interesting. Local activities included lectures, interview, discussions, and the sponsorship of the annual High School Senior’s Day. Far-reaching projects consisted of compiling a catalogue of all the college students, composing and sending a News Letter, and organizing a history of the college. The conference at York, Pa., saw two of our students elected as officers in the Pennsylvania Future Teacher of America Chapter. They were Janet Bclscr, secretary, and Randall Boyer, president. Meetings arc held once a month and a membership fee of $2.50 is required, which entitles a member to receive monthly copies of the National Education Association Journal and the Pennsylvania State Education Association Journal. Besides this each member becomes a junior member of the two organizations. F.T.A. OFFICERS (left to right) —President, Dorothy Pinkerton; Advisor, Mr. Duncan; Vice-President, Attilio DiLuzio; Treasurer, Donald Bissinger, and Advisor, Mr. Torchia.THE SNAPPER NEWS STAFF Joan Gable, Editor; Kathleen Stauffer, Shirley Walters, Patricia Eckenrode. Missing: Joan DeHart, Richard Read, Gertrude Silver, Lila Lee Smith. FEATURES STAFF Peggy Hoffman, Janet Thomson, Jacquelyn Gindcr, Janet Engleman. Missing: Dolores Nobile, Editor; Margaret Beilis, Alice Coglcy, Marjorie Groff, Mary Ann Kraft, Grace Steinmetz, Barbara Witmycr. SPORTS STAFF Front row: Donald Schwenk, Dian Sherer, Editor; Mary Ruth, Emerson Stehman. Back row: Harry Weaverling, Walter Kreidcr, Paul McCool, Joseph Glass, Editor. Missing: Earl Kline. TYPISTS Gwendolyn Wallwork, Jane Ritchey, Barbara Baum, Peggy Anne Day. Mising: Susan Raby. 62Millcrsvil Everv, i nding for its comp 11 owed loyally also orts reporting was ith special.ediphasii ‘Tom'’ Thomsckn'A, high j n the stodei ad ityknxiously to k Dian Shearer won inc puni! AT LEFT: Maxine Gross, Make-up Edicor; Ralph Eberle, Photography Editor; Donald Vannan, Art Editor. Sunday Night Make-up! CURVIN SEN FT Business Manager ELIZABETH FALKENSTINE Associate Editor "At Snapper." four pages tcrest to Outsifo age, it is The teresting, athletics. There" v Everyone included, girls' athlc also saw pages of the reads the the Snapper's icles of in' cover-turcs. and in-on girls' ike That g sheet, ante was cep the is year ment in the ESTHER EVERITT EditorPAGE LITERARY SOCIETY PAGE OFFICERS— Seated: Secretary, Mabel Kcemcr; Advisors, Miss Swift and Dean Me-Comscy; Treasurer, Barbara Witmyer. Stand ing: Curator, Eileen Elbin; Vice-President, Richard Barnhart; President, Fred Willing; Curator, Robert Good. The Page Literary Society lias contributed greatly to the college life at Millcrsvillc. At the beginning of the year, the society made the newcomers at the college feel at home by sponsoring a Barn Dance, which served as a reception for the freshmen. The highlights of the monthly programs were a Hypnotism Show (in which Ralph Ebcrle, a Pageite, served as the amateur hypnotist); a carol sing for the Christmas program, with specially prepared slides containing carols; and the Amatuer Hour Show with student participation. In celebrating their ninety-seventh anniversary, the society sponsored the Millcrsvillc State Teachers College in a light comic opera, The Chimes of Wormundy. Serving as officers for this year were Fred Willing, president; Richard Barnhart, vice-president; Mabel Keemer. secretary; Barbara Witmyer, treasurer; and Eileen Elbin and Robert Good, curators.NORMAL LITERARY SOCIETY NORMAL’S SWEETHEART AND COURT: Dorolhy Puscy; Dorothy Yarnall; Gloria Brosius, Queen; Julia Metz, former Queen; Doris Brown, and Joanne Garrett. 66 Beginning its ninety-sixth year on the campus, Normal had its traditional "Get Acquainted Party" for the freshmen. In line with several new departures (including last year's surrender of its large collection of books to the college library). Normal shared its Anniversary Program with the student body in the regular chapel period. Herbert R. Brown was guest speaker. The bright spot in Normal’s calendar is the annual Sweetheart Dance. At this time the tables arc turned and the girls ask the boys to dance. Those nominated for Sweetheart Queen this year were Gloria Brosius, Dorothy Puscy, Dorothy Yarnall, Doris Brown, and Joanne Garrett; Gloria Brosius being chosen Queen and the rest being in her court. Not to be forgotten are Normal’s capable advisors, Mrs. Mae Brcneman and Mr. William Duncan. NORMAL’S OFFICERS: Grace Batdorf, Sec-retary; Mr. Duncan, Advisor; Nancy Billet, Treasurer; Mrs. Brcneman, Advisor; Charles Wetzel, Vice-President, and Donald Schwcnk, President.CITAMARDS Citamard, which is "dramatic” spelled backwards, is the organization for those young Thespians who have the call of the stage in thc»r blood It provides a chance for all M.S.T.C. s would-be actors andUactresses to have the thrill of hearing "Curtain time" befcnv a big production. It gives the members an opportunity to par jpatc in both acting and directing uiuj r the very capable, leadership of their director, Mi«s Rebekah Sheaffer. In order to gain entrance to this organi: must prove their worth as actors and actrc before other Citamard players. , Monthly meetings were held in the time one-act plays were presented for' the [ion, applicants by trying out lapel, at which entertainment of the other members and the entire student' body. All those who see the plays are then invited to share their thoughts and opinions with the club members This enables the club to broaden its influence, attract others, and receive helpful suggestions for improvement. An annual affair sponsored by Citamard is the High School Drama Night, at which time visiting high schools present one-act plays to Nidged and criticized. Everyone lobks forward to the annual production presented by Citamard. Thu is Citamard's main accomplishment of the year and it is always excellently done. This year Citamard produced "The Man Who Came to Dinner." BELOW: CITAMARD MEMBERS—First Row: Poff, Gross, Brubaker, Kccmer, Doner, Freidiy, Haldemm, von Ehrenfried, Glum . Second Row: Clarke, Lutton, Shoemaker, Wackernaftcl, Eberle, Frank, Noll, McCormick. Third Row: Shipley, Falkenstine, Bolan, Hoff-pauer, Kreider, Lantzer, Graybill, Condo I lo.THEATRE ARTS Much of the success of any play production at M.S.T.C. must be accredited to the Theatre Arts Club, which de$igns;'and makes the stage scenery for all major plays. They alsy assume the responsibility for lighting, soiind effects, care of stage property and many other minor tasks which arc so very important in the production of a gopd play. Evidence of their talent has been $een in the senior class play, the Citamard play, and other programs which require scenery, lighting or -'sound effects. In addition to;:their work at M.S.T.C. the club designed and constructed the sets used by the Harriet Walker Players' in Lancaster. Since the clubs founding in 19.'9, accent has been on service to the school Expenses for scenery arc kept at a minimum, for the work is done by the men who charge only for the necessary materials. The members, who,, a re enrolled in the Industrial Arts curriculum, armin' the club because they enjoy being a part of a draniatic production. Capably led by th ; manager, Richard Harter, the Theatre Arts Club; has had a successful year. The other officers are Fred Stroup, assistant manager, and William Kell, secretary-treasurer. Miss Rc-bekah Shcaffcr served as advisor to the group. ABOVE: First Row: Heartcr, Clay, Wetzel, Kutz, Rcichard, Kell, Wallace.ABOVE: Stated: William Wenker, Projident. Standing: William Kell, Treasurer; Kenneth Clay, Historian; Daniel Sopchak, Vice-President; Charles Wetzel, Secretary. INDUSTRIAL ARTS SOCIETY icty was organized in c professional organs The Industrial Arts 19.'2 to answer a need for zation among the Industrial Arts students. Sincej then the Society has become an active and growing organization of nearly 200 members.. Having a? its purpose higher standards in the Industrial Arts rVp.iffmcnt and more efficiency of the men in then-profession, the Industrial Arts Society does much to encourage professional study and service to the college. It brings..out'campus distinguished lecturers and craftsmen! Intenesting .md educational movies, lectures, discusSfo and demonstrations have been presented. The Industrial Arts Department's library has recently undergone extensive enlargement and reorganization under its sponsorship. The Scrv- imittees arc the main ts who arc not enrolled riculum may become as-sociate members of thij I.A Society. Alumni are also encouraged to joinV. ice. Program, and Soc$d functioning bodies. Other interested in the Industrial ArtsCABINET MEMBERS: First Row; Lehman, Day, Strassburger, Hubbard, Sampsel, Gross, Tronc. Second Row: Berger, Noll, Dutill, Eberle, Miller, Hagerty, Pinkerton. STUDENT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION The Wednesday evening meetings of the Student Christian Association offer inspiration, strength, fellowship, and fun to all those who attend. This year the spirit of the first discussion on friendship influenced all following programs, whether the activity scheduled was Bible Study, discussion, Christmas caroling or just plain fun. The S.C.A. distributes Christmas gifts to the children at the Mcnnonitc Home in Millersville, besides undertaking worthwhile and beneficial projects, such as selling candy, Christmas cards, and stationery in the dormitory. Whether singing around a bonfire, engaging in earnest discussion, enjoying a book report or speaker, seeing instructional films, praying in a sunrise service, or singing a-favorite hymn, the members of the Student Christian Association have a real need supplied and, in turn, helped others.NEWMAN CLUB NEWMAN MEMBERS: First Row: Harabin, Steinfelt, Shervanick, Ecken-rode, Sanders. Wojcicchowski. Second Row: Weik, C., Weik, E., Gunselman, Keiser, Falkenstine, Father Bridy, Zwalley, Keiser, Yasenchak, M., Yaa-enchak, P. Third Row: Mattiucci, Shurygailo, Hemler, Arena, Gvas-dauskas, Podlesny, Sparling, Jaindl, Paviglianiti, Barger, Scarazzini. Fourth Row: Tracy, McCool, Resavy, Sax, Fourney. The local chapter of the Newman Club was first associated with the Natiqnal Federation of Newman Clubs in 1941. Since then it has served as a medium of contact between the Catholic Church and Catholic students here at the college. The meetings are held bi-monthly and afford an opportunity for students interested in discussing religious subjects with priests and other guests. Because of exceptionally active members, the organization has witnessed a most successful school year. Throughout the year the club has sponsored outstanding social events, both on campus and off. Especially popular were the hayride and Chrjstmas party during first semester. Newman Club helps to promote the spiritual life that is encouraged here at Millersvillc. The Lutheran Student Association does much to enhance the moral and spiritual life of our students. This year under the leadership of Larue Gluntz, president, many informative and inspirational meetings have been held. The association meets bi-monthly, offering a brief worship period and discussions dealing with matters of moral and religious importance taken from the great lessons in the Bible. A representative is sent annually by this club to the Gettysburg Area Conference. Sue Wentz, who acted as delegate this year, gave an informative outline of the accomplishments following her return. L.S.A.s thirty members also cooperate with the churches of the community and participate actively in the annual Spiritual Enrichment Week. » LUTHERAN ASSOCIATION LUTHERAN MEMBERS: First Row: Wentz, Spenglcr, Gross, Kneasel, Orner. Second Row: Sauerbaum, Hartzell, R., Gluntz, Ebprlc, Lighter.MEN'S COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION M.C.A. OFFICERS President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer . . . James Miller James Eschbach Charles Wetzel Peter Yasenchak When the men in the dorm feel the need for a snack or a bit of recreation, they find their way to the '‘dungeon' —the classic name for the men's canteen. Here they cat, drink (soda pop), and are merry. They can play cards, checkers, or chess, and show their skill at darts or ping-pong. For the past two years, there has been television. Responsible for this canteen are the men themselves, through the dorm organization known as M.C.A. Its express purpose is looking out for the welfare of the men. At the meetings, held once a month, the members discuss business matters and any problems of college life which they, as a group, can help solve. The evening is highlighted by door prizes which are awarded to the lucky winners. Once a semester a smoker meeting is held in the dining room. Following a chicken dinner there arc free smokes and entertainment. All of the expenses incurred by M.C.A. for these activities are paid from the profits of the canteen and the yearly laundry sale. iWOMEN’S COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION J i y i i W.C.A. OFFICERS President ................ ... .... Jane Ulsh Vice-President .............. Elizabeth Fallcenstinc Secretary . . . Dorothy Yarnall Treasurer .. . Grace Batdorf Half the fun of going to college is living in the dormitory and taking part in the fun and adventures that go to make campus days mentor' able ones. Who will ever forget the card games in the smoker; those unwelcome fire drills; phones ring-ing; girls calling down the hall; Harvey patrolling the floors; the mischief we got into and the gab sessions that lasted way into the morning and at which we discussed everything; study hours; signing in and out; and getting to feel that each of the girls was something like a sister to us? Remember t«x». how hard we scrubbed our rooms—first for Homecoming Day and later for Open House? Not only did we want the judges to think our room was the nicest, but we wanted to impress our domesticity upon the males. During the year numerous teas were held, including the Christmas Tea, the Senior Tea, and the Open House Tea. A tree was decorated and set up in the lobby to commemorate the Christ' mas season. Hall meetings and mass meetings were held so that we could voice our opinion and take a part in the governing of the school. In addition, the formal governing body of the dormitory is composed of two groups: Welfare and Equity.“Though our group is small we work for all" is only a slogan, but one that could easily be the battle cry of the hard-working Library Science Club. Regular yearly feature of this group is a program of book reviews presented in the girls' lobby on Sunday evenings by well-known literary people from near-by Lancaster or from the college faculty. To round out the social calendar, the club had a welcoming reception for the freshmen, and their annual gay Christmas party. Nor can we forget the club's service on Homecoming Day! This year, as before, a smiling future librarian was on hand to serve cider in the Old Gym after the game. At the Fifth Annual Conference, which is designed to interest students in librarianship, the Library Club was again host to the district high schools. LIBRARY SCIENCE CLUB ABOVE: First Row: Gracff, Wentz, Witmycrs, Charles, Gluntz, Pindar. Second Row: McCraney, Fahnestock, Wallwork, Freeman, Eakin, Beilis. Third Row: Brannen, Reese, Day, Zcigler, Aston, DeHart. Fourth Row: Brannen, Kceley, Sebastian, Trainman, Canty. BELOW: First Row: Ormond, Keefer, Willing, Brubaker. Second Row: Jones, Sykes, Beilis Parker, Whittington. XENOPHILE CLUB The Xenophile Society is relatively new on the Millersvillc campus, last year's organization having been the Foreign Language Club until a more suitable name could be found. Xenophile, in case you arc wondering, means a love of things foreign. The society opens its membership to all students and faculty on the campus regardless of curriculum. The meetings arc both educational and entertaining. For the Christmas programs the society likes to have Christmas as it is held in foreign countries. Outstanding programs include films, speakers, and songs in foreign languages. The organization aims to assist its membership professionally and to help all prospective teachers of Janguages better to understand and appreciate peoples, languages, and cultures.ABOVE: First Row: Freeman, Falkenstino, Zeigler, Swisher, Rcssel. Second Row: Bissinger, Freed, Wojcicchowski, Hartman. In its third year, Social Studies Club reached a new high in membership, and increased activities aided in attaining the goals of the club. These goals are: to gain and promote a better under standing of the present political situation, to make students conscious of historical facts, and to receive advice concerning the teaching of history. Activities which led to these goals included addresses by learned people in the field of social studies, such as Dr. H. M. J. Kline, professor emeritus of Franklin and Marshall College. The group also took an excursion through the county to visit places of historical interest. In these ways the club makes it possible for majors and minors in the social studies field to share their interest and discuss mutual problems. SOCIAL STUDIES CLUB ROD AND GUN CLUB The Rod and Gun Club was organized in 1946, and is a charter member of the National Rifle Association of America. The club also belongs to the Civilian Defense Marksmen, which works with the N.R.A. for the purpose of train ing members for civilian defense. Meetings are held twice a month and the membership is open to all men concerned in creating and maintaining an interest in wildlife. The club provides fellowship for those interested in outdoor life. Mr. Duncan, the sponsor, is expert in advising the club on technical matters. The club has its own fifty-foot standard shooting range in the basement of the dormitory. In December they sponsored a twenty-two target contest. Another activity of the club is taking charge of the squirrel feeders on campus. The members keep the feeders supplied with corn during the winter. The main event of the year is an overnight fishing excursion which is usually held in the spring. BELOW: First Row: Maginsky, Lytic, Sopchak, Freeman, Good. Second Row: Eibin, Stough, Jones, H., Smolcwich, Knapp, Mr. Duncan, Advisor; Towers.Bassler Geographic Society was organized in 1948 with Mr. H. M. Bassler, director of the Geography Department, in whose honor the society was named, .is its advisor. The purpose of the organization is to supplement the student's knowledge of geography and to develop greater interest in the subject. It is invaluable for stu-dents majoring and minoring in geography. Meetings are held each month, featuring a guest speaker who has an unusual knowledge of some phase of geography and who lectures, leads discussions, or presents visual aids. In April the society worked in conjunction with the Roddy Scientific Society to present a television show on the subject of conservation of natural resources. The preparation for the show gave the students an opportunity to organize and utilize the information obtained in their subject. BASSLER ABOVE: FIRST ROW: Elbin, Pinkerton, Mr. Bassler, Advisor; Miller, Kell. Second Row: Wallwork, Jones, H., Wentz, Skilton. Third Row: Frailey, Good, Treadway, Blicklcy, Barger. Fourth Row; Towers, Sigda, Hartman, Kreidcr. GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY RODDY SCIENTIFIC SOCIETY BELOW: First Row: Pinkerton, Dale, Elbin, Stein motz, Brown. Second Row: Scnft, L., Senft, C., Miller, Riley, Shurygailo. The Roddy Scientific Society, as its name signifies, is an organization for students and faculty interested in science. The organization aims to develop its memhers professionally, both as future teachers and as graduate students in research work. Especially significant in this connection was a discussion “Graduate Courses In Science,” presented by members of the Millers-villc Science Department,. Dr. Gerhart, Mr. Koken, and Mr. Caulwcll. The Roddy Scientific Society also joined with the Bassler Geographic Society to present a program on conservation. The topic of conservation was also chosen for the television program by both clubs. Roddy likewise is considering the sponsorship of a campus stunt night, in which it will be joined by other organizations. Speakers, films, and trips are among the other features arranged by the organization.MENS’ DAY STUDENT ASSOCIATION The basement of “Ye Ole Gym" has been set aside for those men who commute to school, and they have made good use of it. Relaxation in this hang out includes such strenuous physical and mental exercise as darts, checkers, chess, pinochle, and just plain loafing. Members of the past and the present have helped to improve the M.D.S.A. each year. All the modem conveniences have been added -candy, coke, and cigarette machines—for those lads who just couldn't make the steps to get upstairs! The radio blares a background highly conducive to study—hillbilly and be bop music, sports, or news broadcasts—from noon till night. The improved atmosphere of the rooms contributes to the growing popularity which M.D.S.A. enjoys. There is even space provided for those unusual lads who occasionally feel the urge to study! WOMENS’ DAY STUDENT ASSOCIATION Music Hall was taken by storm this fall. A feminine touch was added by its new occupants, the Women’s Day Student Association. The proud possessors of this new location have filled every corner. Strains of a piano may be heard from one room while exclamations denoting a card game emit from closed doors. However, m a few dim cubicles, some students are actually studying. Under their own governing body, the Women Day Students rule their campus home. Here they work or relax, but always a friendly atmosphere prevails. The year 1951 marked another change for the Women Day Students. In place of their annual Christmas Party, this earnest group purchased baskets of food for needy families in the community. Most commendable. The group maintains a social schedule throughout the entire year. Together with the Women's Community Association, these girls present teas for the entire student body and faculty. The praise and duties arc shared equally. BELOW: Seated: Nobile, Witmyer, Charles. Standing: Smith, Ressel, Cogley, Keemer, McCraney.ENGLISH CLUB AT LEFT: First Row: Myers, Me-Caddin, Gluntz, Garrett, Dr. I.ingcn-feller. Advisor; Nelson, Resscl, Gross, GractT. Engleman. Second Row: Root, Reed, Ulsh, Kraft, Steinmetz, Nobile, Smolewich, C o g I e y , Falkenstine, Brown, Trautman, Haldeman. Third Row: Gable, Witmyer, Ginder, Me-Cranery, Charles, Wiebush. Pursuing the aims set forth in 1933, the date of its founding, the English Club brings to its members monthly programs designed to satisfy immediate needs and establish a common bond of English interests that will persist in professional life after graduation. For their opening program the English Club presented a panel discussion on the movie, "A Place in the Sun.” This was the film version of Theodore Dreiser's novel. An American Tragedy. At a later meeting,. Dr. Lingcnfeltcr, the club advisor, gave an address on graduate study in the ficltf of English. In December, the English Club proudly sponsored the young poet. Richard Wilbur, as a speaker on campus. This distinguished guest fulfilled another aim of the organization, that of developing appreciation of contemporary prose and poetry. The M.S.T.C. delegation to the Intercollegiate Conference on Government has completed its third year since the post-war reorganization. The delegation is a member of a state-wide organization composed of fifty-five colleges and universities. The purpose of the group is to study and use the processes of government. This is accomplished by holding regional and state political conventions. Twenty members of our delegation attended this year's convention held at Harrisburg in April. Presidential nomination was its theme. Political implications and possible party platforms involving knowledge of government and economy were studied by the group during their year long preparation. The outstanding activity of the delegation on campus was the sponsoring of the noted historian, Henry Steele Commager of Columbia University. Dr. Commager spoke to 500 students and friends of the college on January 30, 1952. 78 I. C. G. AT RIGHT: First Row: Hartman, Keelcy, Shurygailo, Frank. Second Row: Haldeman, Bailey, Falkenstine. Third Row; Engleman, Reese, Kline.  A. C. E. I AT RIGHT: Officer —Seated: Noll, Smith, Strassburger, Attick, Brosius, Fetherman, Ulsh. Standing: Smith, Cochrane, Rinehart, Schork. A.C.E.I.? What's that? An organization on this campus? Sure enough. This organization con-ccrns itself with the problems of the kindergarten and primary grades. Interesting and informative programs are planned under the leadership of the advisor. Miss Charlotte Good, and Clarice Strass-burger, president. The programs include demonstrations in art. music, and other classroom activities. An especially interesting demonstration was on how to make puppets and use them in the classroom. At Christmas this organization presented a sugar plum tree, adorned with candy bars, to the children of the Mennonitc Home—only one of many projects. The year's activities closed with a banquet held in Lancaster. BELOW: First Row: Eckcnrodc, Lehman, Hinerdeer, Patterson, Reiter, Correll, Hoffman, Trone, Wcik, Sweit-zcr. Second Row: Pfantz, Gchman, Rohrer, Sprecher, Spahr, Wenger, Steinfelt, Painter, Reinfreid. Third Row: Schmidt, Knox, Reinccke, Fetherman, Frantz, Garrett, Nelson, Saucrbaum, Mumma, Poff, Grill. Fourth Row: Hoover, Billet, Kipp, Schork, Evans, Den-linger, Sampsel, Smith, Yarnall, Diehl, Metz. Fifth Row: Reynolds, Strassburger, Belser, Baker, Wiley, Hagerty, Noll, Shenk, Portser, Brubaker, Hoin, Baum, McCormick.To the Varsity Club goes a great big thanks from the student body for their many well-performed tasks. Besides making up the teams of the many college sports, the athletes are active in other ways. One phase of their work can be summed up in the words—“Hot Dogs!" “Programs!” But it is not enough merely to give them credit for selling the programs; they also edit them. No more could be expected from one organization, but still more activities are planned. Who is responsible for two of our social events - the “Varsity Drag” and the “Spring Hop”? The Varsity Club, of course. During the half time at the Homecoming Day football game, Jeanne Wade was driven onto the field in a new car, escorted to the throne by the president of the Varsity Club, presented with a bouquet of roses, and seated nearby to reign over the remainder of the game. At the “Varsity Drag,” the usual highlight of Homecoming Day. Jeanne was crowned by Janet Belscr, last year's sweetheart, and presented with a gift from Varsity Club. ABOVE: Varsity Sweetheart, Jeanne Wade. MENS’ VARSITY CLUB BELOW: First Row: Kline, Emery, Stoner, Kreider, Kemp, Kramer, Schwenk. Second Row: Barnhart, Barger, Croce, Shoemaker, Pcrtchak, Smith, Yasenchak, Weik, Mr. Pucillo, Advisor; Wilson I.ctrinko. Third Row: Bissinger, Willing, Cunningham, Reeds, Belc yk, Garland, Stone, Hockcnbrough, Meys, Freed, Hoover. Fourth Row: Workinger, Doherty, Brown, Resavy, Eberle, Grissinger, Peffley, Chiccino, Marcello, Senft, C., Flegal, Carabba. ABOVE: Officers: Clarence Weik, Myers, Treasurer; Donald Bissinger, Recorder; Robert Herbert, President; Peter Yasenchak, Vice-President; Jerome Shcrvanick, Secretary. ABOVE: Scaled: Hampton, Metz, Wiley, Ulmer, Min Dixon, Advisor. Standing: Thomson, Evans, Melick, Sherer, Anderson, Denlinger, Ruth, Ulsh. Who’s looking for goldfish? Did you say. “Write the ‘Life of a Basketball’ ”? Oh, I could never count all the windows in Wicker sham Hall! Yes—familiar words of would-be members of the Girls' Varsity Club. It may be tough to get in (incidentally, you must earn a Varsity letter before all this), but it surely is fun after you become an official member. This year the club sponsored many useful projects. There was the raft on the lake at Homecoming, not to mention helping the Men's Varsity Club sell refreshments at football games, or the little, but convenient service of checking coats at other athletic events. At Christmas, all pitched in to paint ant] repair toys for needy families in near-by Lancaster. Thereafter followed a Talent Show, and the annual picnic closed another eventful year. GIRLS’ VARSITY CHEERLEADERS “Fight, Gold! Fight, Blacfy Fight, team! Hold them back!” "Acrobatic, energetic and full of spirit," best describes the cheerleaders. The seven varsity members do a wonderful job in cheering our teams—come what may. "Never Say Die" is their motto. Though hoarse and exhausted, they still lead our team with the capable support of the student body. Wow! Do they look sharp! The sweaters arc an added improvement in the squad's appearance. Thanks go to the athletic committee for this. Floyd Doner, head cheerleader, and only senior on the squad, concludes four years of faithful service. Not to be forgotten is the Junior Varsity Squad, who fill in the gaps for varsity members and also cheer our J.V. teams. Assisting both squads is their capable advisor, Miss Mary Elizabeth Dixon. BELOW: Hinerdeer, Denlinger, Belief, Doner, Evans, Graybill, Wenger.Fir»t Row: Pinkerton. Wcik, Hildebrand, Dutill, Stein-man, Hartzell, E., Shenberger, Warner, Williams. Second Row: Hartzell, G., McCraney, Rcinccke, Mummi, Portser, Noll, Stchman, Billet, Garman. Third Row: Brown, Shcckler, Keenan, Jones, Ginder, Mountain, Charles. Fourth Row: Correll, Rcichard, Maginsky, Rader, Andreas, Wenker, Miller, Berger, Mr. Harnish, director. BAND What would a football game be without some good rousing music? To fill this requirement wc have a band under the direction of Mr. Samuel Harnish. And does it bring out the school spirit of the fans at the football games and at the pep rallies! Its 'rendering of the Alma Mater—well, it brings a lump to our throats. Each year the band elects a student director; this year the honor went to Elmer Hartzcl, a senior. Gladys Hartzcl. his wife, served as head drum majorette. The band makes a striking appearance when it marches onto the field dressed smartly in black and gold. Despite the fact that the cornet section was very small, the band overcame this handi-cap and still produced a fine quality of music well played.SOPRANOS and TENORS: Lehman, Lauer, Haldeman, Heileman, Gibble, Mr. Porter, Director; Chan, Lefevcr, Trone, Rohrer, Snadcr. Second Rowe Stehman, Gehman, Armstrong, Brown, Harman, Pinkerton, Ulsh, Spahr, Rinehart, Conklin, Walker, Hodge. Third Row: Strass-burger, Holz, Ulsh, Good, Ovcrdorf, Shoemaker, Ebcrle, Leighton, Stough, Groff, Vannan, Cochrane, Sampscl. CHOIR One of the most active organisations on campus is the college choir. Its rehearsals never cease. Faithfully every Thursday evening, and often Mondays as well, you can hear music ranging from a gay sailor’s song to a solemn hymn ringing melo diously from the chapel Mr. Porter, director of the choir, works tirelessly together with Mrs. Tor-chia, accompanist, in order to keep the standards of the singing at its optimum. The varied program of the choir this year included a concert at the Teachers’ Institute held in the Manhcim Township High School, singing for many chapel programs; and the two major efforts of the choir, and expert rendition of the greater part of Handel's “Messiah” give'n at Christmas time, and a comic opera presented in the spring. No organization is a more integral part of our college life than is the choir. ALTOS and BASSES: First Row: Meyer, Johnstone, Ranck, Pfeiffer, Gluntz, Stauffer, Root, Smith, Ney, Pfantz, Holzhauer. Second Row: Pelger, Zeiglcr, Brubaker, Krcidcr, Weik, Willing, Morningstar, Morrissey, Jacobson, Haig, Metz. Third Row; Di Nunzio, Emery, Warner, Hagerty, Sargent, Freidly, Jones, Noll, Snyder, McNeal, Hall.A newcomer ? ,‘M Jeampus, the Inter-Fraternity Council was forced last year for the purpose of promoting nether cooperation among the fraternities on thc amfius. Members of the council arc the presidents and secretaries of the three fraternities— Phi Sigma Pi, Alpha Phi Omega, and Iota Laihbda Sigma. Acting merely as an advisory body for the fraternities, thejInter-Fraternity LCouncil makes recommendations to them for cooperative action. Another of the council's responsibilities is the care of the Fraternity Room used jointly by the three groups. It is hoped that the council will become more important as a campus organization in the coming'years. Th major social event of the y ar »s the Inter-Fraternity Ball, a soda! function which promotes greater friendlimss jtfnong the members of the three fraternities. ■ ABOVE: Randall Boyer, Francis Gvasdauskas, Leo Eckert, Kenneth Clay, Lester Maurer, Richard Freed. INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL BELOW: Seated: Nobile, Cogley, Gluntz, Broome, Ressel. Standing: Freeman, Everitt, Keefer. DELTA PHI ETA “Who are the girls of red and white Those who sell doughnuts each Thursday night?” Why, the sorority girls, of course! These gals get into this organization the hard way. Scholarship is one requirement, but that's not all. There's Leadership, also. That takes several years of faithful participation and service in other clubs. And the third prerequisite is Service—service to community, to school, and to classmates, which leads us lastly to Character. But do these girls stop here? Oh, no! Ask any dorm girl if those doughnuts aren't a welcome tidbit after studying. Ask any ' Home-coining visitor if that cider wasn't a delicious treat. Or ask any crippled child at Elizabethtown Hospital if he enjoyed the scrapbooks made by the sorority. Well, there's your proof of Scholarship, Leadership, Service, and Character. - , iPHI SIGMA PI Fellowship and superior scholarship arc the dual objectives of Phi Sigma Pi. The Sigma Chapter of this national honorary fraternity for men in teacher training institutions offers its program on a basis of scholarship, leadership, and character. New members arc accepted through invitation only. They must be outstanding. upperclassmen with an overall scholastic average of at least 2.75. Their initiation includes a thesis on the philosophy of education, the usual paddlings, and those famous midnight walks. Phis year, the fraternity initiated a drive to collect money for the Care Book Fund Contributions were requested from other campus organizations and individuals. Phi Sigma Pi expressed their creative talents in their Homecoming decorations and came off with first prize. Many of the students will remember the attractive display on the main walk. The college still remembers a night- of mysticism, when all the students were invited to witness and participate in a Hypnotism Show, Professor Shenk officiating. This was another activity sponsored by Phi Sigma Pi. BELOW: Gerald Kolb, Historian; Lester Maurer, Secretary; Eugene Farace, Treasurer; Attilio Di Luzio, Vice-President Leo Eckcn, President. BELOW: First Row: Di Luzio, Vannan, Farace, Coons, Maurer, Holstcad, Boyer, Weil, Kolb. Second Row: Hoover, Reed, Sigda, Boyd, Dean MrComsey, Advisor; Hartman, Garland, Wetzel, Mr. Shenk, Advisor.IOTA LAMBDA SIGMA Only the best of the Industrial Arts students are eligible for Iota Lambda Sigma, which is the National Professional Industrial Education Fraternity. The Millersvillc chapter of the fraternity was installed on the campus in 1955. The fraternity exists as a means of recognizing outstanding scholarship in the Industrial Arts field and of providing for the professional growth of its members. in order to be eligible for membership in Iota Lamba Sigma, one must have taken a minimum of twelve semester hours in industrial Arts subjects, and must have maintained a quality point average of 2.75 or above. During the fall semester new members are initiated in a formal initiation ceremony. Each candidate must before that time have made a wood carving of the fraternity key, which is then given to a graduating brother. Each year, the fraternity completes a project which is presented to the college. This worthwhile service has resulted in the presentation of such things as a portrait of Dr. Burl N. Osburn, in recognition of his work as the head of the Industrial Arts Department, and the sign which was placed outside the old gymnasium. BELOW: Charles Wetzel, Historian; Francis Gvas-dauskas, Secretary-Treasurer; Kenneth Clay, President; John Graybill, Vice-President. BELOW: Seated: Longmore, Dyson, Gvasdauskas, Moss, Jaindl, Wilde. Standing: Reed, Boyd, Mr. Eshelman, Advisor; Clay, Wetzel.ABOVE: First Row: Freed, Freeman, Le Grand, Gress, Willing, Hagenauer, Miller, Good, Boyer. Second Row; Dyson, Dean McComsey, Advisor; Towers, Stoner, Miller, ABOVE: Dr. C. Maxwell Myers, Advisor; Charles Kaufmann, Vice-President; Ralph Dyson, Treasurer; Edmond Gress, Alumni Secretary; Richard Freed, Recording Secretary. Purvis, Freidly, Mr. Eshelman, Advisor; Jones, Barnhart, Kolb, Kaufmann, Eschbach. Third Row: Turner, Dutill, Boyd, Eberle, Randolph, Hillegass, Dutterer. ALPHA PHI OMEGA Did you ever wonder who hung the star on the tower at Christmas time? Or how each club knew where to place its displays on Homecoming? These services arc only a few of the many rendered by Alpha Phi Omega. For the past two years the fraternity has operated a used book store—a great convenience and a saving for the thrifty student. Likewise, the members have helped usher, register, and check coats at programs and conferences throughout the year. .. To increase their treasury the industrious members of A.P.O, work hard at their annual Christmas card sales In the spring of “51" the Ugly.Man Contest for the benefit of the cancer drive was a big success, with Ronnie Kichl winning the top honor. They also served as host at the Inter-Fraternity Ball held at the Brunswick Hotel in May of 1951. Obviously, the Alphi Phi Omegas really live up to their motto, ‘‘Leadcrship-Fricndship'Scrvice." They are a service fraternity that deserves our heartfelt appreciation. Made up of former Boy Scouts, this organization has really grown in both size and reputation since its advent on the campus four years ago. 87MU KAPPA MU Mu Kappa Mu, or the Mathematics Club, is an organization for prospective teachers of mathematics. This year Mu Kappa Mu was fortunate in obtaining speakers from R.C.A. Victor and the Hamilton Watch Company. These men presented the club with facts on the use of mathematics in their respective industries. On March 15. 1952, the .dub sponsored the annual Mathematics' Conference. at which Dr. Virgil Mallory and Miss Very! Schult were the guest speakers. The topic for this year's conference was She New Mathematics Curriculum for Secondary Schools in Pennsylvania.” Dr. Mallory has written many textbooks and Miss Schult has been chairman of the committee for the revision of the Washington, D. C., schools. The entire year has been one of worthwhile .activities. Dr. Boyer, with the assistance of a mathematics class, has derived a formula specifically for solving interest problems. As far as is known, no other such formula exists. ev-co s Sy MU KAPPA MU ' BELOW: Luther Stone, Treasurer; Clarence Weik, Vice-President; John Painter, Secretary; Ronald Kerr, President. BELOW: Seated: Boothroyd, Di Luzio, Wilde, Weik, Keefer, Root, Kline, Golden, Trivett, Shcnberger. Standing: Riley, Christian, Whittington, Kreider, Jones, Kerr, Garland, Barnhart, Overdorf.BROOKS HALL—center of athletics . . . producer of common goals . . . developer of physique . . . builder of good sportsmanship . . . molder of character and civic ideals, of fellowship and leadership . . . organizer for cooperation among teams . . . creator of individuality.FOOTBALL The ’51 season of the Marauders was one of qualified success. True, we won only three out of eight games, but the spirit of the team and fans reached a height not seen for many a year. Playing on our own football field may have had a lot to do with this. The season opened with a heart-breaking loss to East Stroudsburg by a score of 19-20. Revenge was taken by the Marauders on Homecoming Day. when they literally trampled Lock Haven with a 26-0 score. In our encounter with Chcyncy State Teachers College, the laurels of victory were once more ours. The scoreboard read a close margin of 14-13 at the close of the gridiron battle. Bioomsburg, a strong up-state school, caused our fighting Marauders to taste defeat, as did West Chester, oui cver-constant rival. But the scores didn’t show the brilliant tackles, long runs, or touchdown passes displayed by our team. After two more losses to Shippensburg and KuUtown, our gallant gridiron men rallied to win the final game from Mansfield. Throughout the entire season our "Fighting 11" fought hard. No one member of the team can be pointed out above another. The crowd thrilled at Cabe Geiger's long runs; at Pat D’Amico’s passes thrown straight to the receiver. But there were eleven men on the team. We couldn’t see their sweat, we didn’t feel their bruises, we didn't hear that "Let’s go get 'em, gang’’—but they were there just the same. For the sweat, the pep talks, and yes, the bruises too, all helped win the game. And just such things will aid next year’s team. We will lose many valuable seniors, but a strong nucleus is left—one which may well bring home more pigskins for our collection, and a feeling of victory and good sportsmanship for the entire school. 4 First Row: Santanicllo, Misccvich, Carabba, Savastano, Duncan, Hammond, Gerstcimer, Grasso, Hoffman, Craver, Lytle, Mundorf. Second Row: Watkins, Stone, I.., Bissinger, Lctrinko, Weik, C., Geiger, Smith, J., Randall, Wilson, Barnhart, Wenrich. Third Row: Coach Wcnglasz, Haddad, Coach Santanicllo, D'Amico, Chic cino, Hoover, Mattiucci, Leed, Harclerode, Boutscllis, Garland, Hockenbrough, Croce, Overholt, Hoffman, L., Pertchak, Coach Pucillo. Third Row: Student Coach Clement, Lennox, Saxinger, Stauffer, Young, Cadden, White, Berger, Cunningham, Art , Binkley, Alexander, Schaebcrle, Workinger, Hall, Schmitt, Swartz.Cake and Clutch tackle in perfect harmony against Kutstown. Coaches Pueillo, Santaniello, and Wenglasz. Co-captains Smith and Geiger. IWRESTLING Lincoln University . Wildes College ... West Chester....... University of Illinois Lock, Haven ....... Waynesburg ........ Millersville 31 3 Millersville 31 .17 Millersville 15 . 15 Millersville 9 .11 Millersville 17 .20 Millersville 5 The scores to date are as follows: . 3 Once more, even though as this article is being written the season is not over, the Millersville “Ruppmcn" have done it again. Since the 1946-47 season, our Marauders have won 41 matches, lost 5, and tied 1. The high scorers so far this year are Glenn Flcgal, John Meys, and Tucker Waters. George Doherty, a junior, is undefeated in his college career. This year our team was matched against its first “big ten” team, the University of Illinois, and our men did an excellent job 15-9 in favor of Illinois. Likewise, the Waynesburg team, with two N.C.A.A. champions on it, was a bit too powerful for us. But West Chester went home surprised this year, for it was the first time in seven meetings that it had beaten M.S.T.C. There are matches still to be held with East Stroudsburg and Indiana S.T.C. and in the State Teachers College Tournament. We wish the team and its coach, Mr. Rupp, luck and hope they will be defending champions of the Pennsylvania State Teachers’ Colleges again next year. The seniors of the team are John Meys, Pete Yasciv chak, Fred Willing, Bob Herbert, and Tucker Waters (January, 1953 graduate). First row: Kemp, Willing, Brown, Yasenchak, Mcys, Flegal, Doherty, Waters. Second row Coach Rupp, Barger, I.ebo, Bigler, Craver, Griffith, Dominick, Steman. Third row: Paley Kane, Groff, Senft, L. Silvius, Zagarino, Savastano, Chiccino, Senft, C.First row: Schwarz, Werkiser, Stoner, Kline. Second row: Coach Bishop, Kramer, Evans, Belczyk, Freed. Third row: Alexander, Grissinger, Hartman, Schwenk. BASKETBALL As the 1951-52 basketball season got under way, Coach Max Bishop was faced with a big problem—finding two forwards to take the place of Captain Carl Barnhardt and “Rebel” Weaver. Instead of two, he found three excellent performers in “Cake" Alexander, “Wally” Evans, and former guard, Captain Karl “Pete” Kramer. The first game was with our traditional rival, King's College (Del ), and the squad brought home the bacon. The next two games were losses at the hands of the top-ranking LaSalle quintet and the tall soldier-boys from Indiantown Gap, including former Marauder “Rebel” Weaver. In the next eleven games, there was a string of six wins, including victories over Shippensburg, twice, Bloomsburg, West Chester, Kutztown, and Elizabethtown. Wc again lost to Indiantown Gap, but came out victorious over Lock Haven, East Stroudsburg, and Elizabethtown before wc lost our first conference game to Bloomsburg after seven straight victories. As this yearbook goes to press, may good luck go to “Max" and his boys for the remainder of the season. First row: Hoffman, Marcello, Pavlick, Fry. Second row: Dutill, Benetski, Walker, Ammarell. Third row: Coach McCool, Walborn, Sykes, Herr, Skilton.GIRLS’ BASKETBALL "Shoot it in the basket. Dribble down the floor, Come on, Millersville.'-score, score, score!" A shout for the M-ville lassies—for a job well' done. In this past season any spectator surely got his share of perfect passes,.excellent floorwork, spine-chilling shots, and a little extra well-displayed sportsmanship besides. Most of the time the “Lady Marauders" are forced to hide behind the so-called “stronger sex"— but they could hardly be ignored when they faced such strong opponents as Lock Haven and East Stroudsburg. Sometimes they gave us depressing moments, again exhilarated feelings, or even heartbreaking decisions, too. Six players, all veterans, formed the nucleus of the squad. Only two of these, Ginny Hampton and Toni Thomson, will be leaving- thus giving high hopes for an equally successful if not a better season next year! First row: Ruth, Parker, Thomson, Hampton, Wtmtr, Dixon, Engelman, Zweirer, Adams, Seachrist, Pindar, Ulmer. Second row: Mongol, Smith, Denlinger, Sherer, Howard, Day. Bolan, Hagerty, Walters, Segner. Third row: CoachGIRLS’ HOCKEY The strains of a college song, the sound of laughter, and the nose of brakes, as the bus comes to a halt outside Brooks Hall—the hockey “11" are back from their last game- a tournament at Lebanon Valley—with honors for our school. Throughout the past season the girls showed skill, outstanding teamwork, and untiring initiative in spite of innumerable difficulties. They have many memories to carry with them, for anything could happen with Toni and Ginny as co-captains (and it often did)! Though the year's record was not a perfect one, the team spirit could not have been improved. For this and for all the contributions of these gals to our Alma Mater, our heartiest, and sincere thanks! BELOW: First Row: Evans, McCullough, Van Zandt, Bigler, Ncy, Porter, Wiebush. Second Row: Coach Dixon, Ruth, Sherer, Thomson, Hampton, Parker, De Hart, Ulmer, Wenger. Third Row: Groff, Puscy, An- derson, Ulsh, Bailey, Pindar, Denlingcr, Smith, Esch-bach. Met . Fourth Row: Day, Taylor, Zweier, Wiley, Melick, Cochrane, Adams, Dc Lardi, Rosenthal, Moyer.BASEBALL The 1951 edition of the Millersville baseball squad had its ups and downs but they came through with a win-ning 8-4 record. One of the season's highlights was the ncar-no-hitter against Indiana S.T.C. Walt Kreider did not allow a hit until a pinch-hitter got one in the eighth inning. Another exciting game was held at West Chester It took the Marauders 10 innings, but they won on A1 Belcsyks basesdoaded triple, 14 to 11. “Red" Stoner had a good season at the bat, leading the team with a .490 average. Three good-looking prospects were found among the freshmen last year. They were George Resavy, Skip Marcello, and Pete Cadden. With the returning of veterans Ken Harclcrodc, Bill Wilson, and Walt Kreider, Coach First Row: Lttd, Ernst, Mar cello, Aspiral, Zinkavich, Carabba, Frey, L., Schwenk. Second Row: Harclerode, Kreider, Michalccwiz, Irwin, Moran, Eckert, Wilson, Stoner. Third Row: Smith, Wagner, Fry, D., Mohr, Resavy, Schwarz, Belczyjc, Cadden, Coach Bishop. 100 Max Bishop is again hoping for a successful season. m» 6 When You Think of Anything in Music— Think of KIRK JOHNSON CO. 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