Millersville University - Touchstone Yearbook (Millersville, PA)
- Class of 1954
Page 1 of 136
Pages 6 - 7
Pages 10 - 11
Pages 14 - 15
Pages 8 - 9
Pages 12 - 13
Pages 16 - 17
Text from Pages 1 - 136 of the 1954 volume:
A SENIOR PRESENTATION
STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE
IABLE OF CONTENTS
• Mmical Organizations
• Social Centers
• Dolphin Club Aquacade
• Spring Sports
• B'fco’i fT jo
• Senior Class Officers and Advisers
• Summer School
• Millersville Awaits September
• Administration and Faculty
• Senior Play
• P'orsify C u6
• Fall Sports
• Student Council
• Community Associations
• Literary Societies
• Clubs and Organizations
• Winter Sports
We, the staff of the 1954 Touchstone, here present for the students of Millersville State Teachers College a record in pictures and words of the activities and organizations on campus. The book has been divided into four sections: summer, fall, winter, and spring. In these we tried to arrange the events of our final year as they occurred. Since we felt that college life is a year-round process, commencing when a new senior class emerges on scene and ending, for that class, when its members receive their diplomas, we have set up our book in this order.
For all who chance upon this volume, may it present a true picture of MSTC. For the class of 1954, may it forever keep alive precious memories.No splashing in the ocean, bathing in the sun. or camping in the mountains for those of us who gathered our books and trotted to classes! In-service teachers, working for a degree or permanent certification; regular enrollecs accelerating or picking up credits—we were the poor summer students. The daily agenda: from eight to twelve-thirty, except for laboratory; then more often than not. part-time jobs at home. The few students that remained in the dormitories tried to make an empty building homelike by a spirit of cooperation.
There were of course the lighter moments. The recreational program began on June 17
with a card party on the veranda of the old Girls’ Dormitory. Following this, throughout the summer, were watermelon parties, softball games, swimming parties, and motion pictures shown in the old gym. A bus was chartered and 37 students went to the Mi. Gretna Playhouse to see the Broadway show, Yes My Darling Daughter. The summer school activity committee sponsored these affairs, and the students’ activity fund financed them.
Frank Rounds, junior embassy attache for the United States, was the speaker of the initial assembly program presented in the new Lyte Auditorium. His topic was “Report from Mos-SUMMER SCHOOL
Thr famous Millcrsville ducks, who make their home on the lake, seek shade from the hot summer sun.
cow.” Later assemblies presented Dr. Richard Myers, geologist from Pennsylvania Power and Light Company, with The Long Crooked River, a film showing the northern branch of the Susquehanna River and the main river; and Mr. David Jardcn, with a colored film taken in the wilderness area of northern Ontario. The Clarence Fuhrman trio from station KYIV presented operatic and popular music.
A picnic held outside the dining hall rounded out the summer's social whirl.
Despite a slight reduction in enrollment, the curriculum offered a broad scope and was further varied with field trips and excursions.
Right: This beautiful view of the library framed in the blooming branches of the many surrounding trees is a familiar one to the regular summer student. Whether he is merely enjoying the shade of the trees on front campus or approaching the library to fill an assignment, he cannot help but admire the scene.
Left: As a summer school student settles down for studying at one of the cool spots on campus—the trees beside the lake—the campus view of the President’s house greets his eyes. A breeze ruffles the lake. With a sigh the student shakes off the lethargy which the weather inflicts and picks up his books.MILLERSULLE AWAITS SEPTEMBER
After three years of college, most of the bank accounts needed to be replenished. So many of the seniors did just that.
One of the most popular positions to be held by both the male and female members was that of playground supervisor. At Hamilton Park Playground in Lancaster, Anne Johnstone was hard at work. Also in Lancaster were the following: Joan Eshleman at Lafayette School, Joe Rader in the sixth ward area, and Nancy Rae er at the Wickersham Playground. The Famum Playground featured a husband-and-wife team, half of which is Bob Peffley. Ron Hoffpauer
found time to be both a parking lot attendant and a playground supervisor. Mabel Keemer kept up her swimming techniques as a lifeguard at the Brook-side Pools; Glenn Dutterer also worked at a pool.
In order to become better acquainted with journalism, Joan Schotta and Mary Ann Kraft spent their summer with the Lancaster Newspapers.
Again quite a few found themselves salesgirls. Marilyn Symington and Shirley Snadcr were at a five and ten. Minnie Shipley in a department store, and Pat Cadden found herself in a shoe store. Shirley Swingler also worked in a department store, but as a bookkeeper. Phyllis Keeley and Mar)' Stewart did general office work, while Shirley Pfeiffer was a bookkeeper at a bank.
While Liz Kline was a hospital receptionist, Irene Denlinger became a Nurses' Aid at Lancaster General Hospital. Dick Heckler, Earl Kline, and Bud Dutill all worked on factory assembly line. Of those who didn't have a particular job, Anita Cassimatis worked at home and look a short trip to Missouri. Bob Good didn't do much except travel route 222.
Before very long, all of our hardworking seniors and those otherwise were returning for their final year of college.
As students scattered to their homes and summer jobs Millersville stands waiting, empty but for the industrious summer schooler. Three new buildings, shown on the opposite pages, and older, more familiar scenes such as the two shown on this page await September.rLeaves colored, faded, and fell. Once again we packed our bags, gathered together our books, and returned to the MSTC campus. We greeted our friends after the summer vacation and among the familiar faces which welcomed us were those of the administration and faculty. Our president and his wife once again opened their home to the members of the freshman class. The new dean of women added many little touches to make the students feel more at home. All administration personnel did their best to smooth over the many small emergencies arising with our moving into the new buildings. Classes again began and we once more settled back into our familiar schedule. Our summer vacation seemed almost non existent as we became caught up in the pace of the college. The many familiar faces of the faculty members greeted us as we went from class to class. In our education and psychology department we found a new chairman replacing Prof. Samuel Stayer, who retired with the close of the summer session. Theodore Rupp returned from Europe to resume his duties in the foreign language department and wrestling field. A new training school librarian, another college librarian, an addition to the health and education department, and a new supervisor of social living, replacing Raymond E. Kuhl, newly appointed director of the junior high school, completed our staff. We moved on to the waiting year.
D. L. BIEMESDERFER
PRESIDENT OF THE COLLEGESANDERS P. McCOMSEY Dean of Instruction
CLYDE S. STINE
Dean of Men
EUGENE K. ROBB Director—Teacher Education and Placement, Laboratory School Chairman—Department of Education
MRS. KATHRYN B. HILL
Dean of Women
WILLIAM H. DUNCAN Director of AdmissionsEDUCATION AND PSYCHOLOGY DEPARTMENT
CHAIRMAN L. S. Lingenfelter, Ph.D. Director —Public Relations
Mary A. Brightbill, Ph.D. Adviser—Touchstone
Paul Z. Rurnmel, Ph.D.
Guy R. Saylor, Ph.D.
Joseph Torchia, M.S.
Adviser—Future Teachers of America and Phi Sigma Pi
CHAIRMAN Eugene K. Robb,
Director—Teacher Education and Placement and Laboratory School
Wilmer Christncr Berg, Ed.D.
Chairman of Tests and Measurements
Frances E. Culver, M.Ed.
Fourth Grade Supervisor; Adviser —Junior Class
Lula E. Dresher, M.S.
Third Grade Supervisor; Adviser— Freshman Class
Mabel L. Moberg, M.A.
Second Grade Supervisor; Adviser —Lutheran Students Association
Louis G. Jennings, A.M.
Student Publications; Adviser — English Club
Robert H. Phillips, M.S.
Junior High School Supervisor— English; Adviser—Student Publications
Rebekah S. Sheaffer, M.A.
Adviser—Citamard and Theatre Arts
Marion Spencer, M.A.
Newsletter to Servicemen
Melzcr R. Porter, M.Music Director of College Choir
Samuel S. Hamish, M.S.
Supervisor Junior. High School Music; Director of College Band
Dorothy Hughes, M.A.
Supervisor—Laboratory School Music
Josef C. Kraslcy, B.S.
Supervisor—Laboratory and Junior High School Art; Adviser—Senior Class
Margaret Swift, M.A.
Adviser—Page Literary Society
Theodore H. Rupp, M.A.
Adviser—Xenophile Society; Wrestling Coach
Emily H. Snyder, M.A.
Adviser—Xenophile Society; Lutheran Student Ascociation
Harry M. Bassler, A.M.
Adviser—Bassler Geographic Society
Mrs. Mae G. H. Brcneman, M.A. Adviser—Normal Literary Society; Chairman—Alumni Activities
17HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION
Richard W. Bishop, M.Ed.
Safety Education; Basketball and Baseball Coach
Mary Elizabeth Dixon, Ed.D.
Adviser—Women’s Varsity Club; Coach of Women’s Varsity Sports
Steve A. Namit, Ed.M.
Adviser—Sophomore Class; Athletic Director of Junior High School
Mrs. Dorothy F. Newcomer, M.S. Adviser—Women's Athletic Association; Cheerleaders
CHAIRMAN John Pucillo, M.A.
Director of Athletics; Adviser— Varsity Club and Dolphin Club Coach — Tennis; Director — Men’s Intramural Sports
INDUSTRIAL ARTS DEPARTMENT
DIRECTOR, INDUSTRIAL ARTS Burl N. Osbum, Ph.D.
Adviser—Industrial Arts Society
Paul W. Eshelman, M.A.
Adviser—Iota Lambda Sigma and Freshman Class
Henry J. Kauffman, M.S.
Urban L. Monical, M.A.
Supervisor—Junior High Industrial Arts
John B. Shenk, M. S.
Supervisor—Junior High Industrial Arts: Adviser—Phi Sigma Pi and Touchstone
Clifford L. Yard, M. A.
Adviser—Industrial Arts Society
LIBRARIAN, DIRECTOR OF LIBRARY EDUCATION Coral E. Mclson, M.S.
Adviser—Senior Class and Library Science Club
Laura E. Bullcr, M. A.
Beatrice U. Datesman, M. S. Advisor—Sophomore Class
Mrs. Marian R. Gerhart, M. A. Librarian—Laboratory School Library
George R. Anderson, M. A.
Moderator of T. V. Programs; Public Relations
Elizabeth R. Gress, M. A.
Supervisor—Junior High School Mathematics
CHAIRMAN Lee E. Boyer, Ed. D. Adviser—Mu Kappa Mu
G. Frederick Beckmyer, M. S.
William H. Caulweli, M. S.
Adviser—Junior Class, Page Literary Society and Roddy Scien tific Society
James E. Koken, M. A.
Adviser—Roddy Scientific Society
John M. Roth, M. Ed.
Supervisor—Junior High School Science
Arthur R. Gerhart, Ph.D
Virginia Beck, Ph.D.
Adviser—Delta Phi Bta
Boyd F. Bedlyon, Jr., M. Ed. Supervisor—Junior High School Social Living; Adviser—Rod and Gun Club; Assistant Football Coach; Assistant Dean of Men
V. Anthony Champa, M. A.
Audio-Visual Education; Director— Film Library
Abram J. Foster, Ph.D.
Adviser—Intercollegiate Conference on Government
CHAIRMAN C. Maxwell Myers. Ph.D.
Adviser—Alpha Phi Omega Richard C. Keller, M. A.
Supervisor—Junior High School Social Studies; Adviser—Future Teachers of America
Raymond E. Kuhl, M.Ed.
Supervisor of Junior High School
Anna E. Beyer, M. S. Third Grade Supervisor
Elberta Councilman, M. A. Fifth Grade Supervisor
Charlotte M. Good, M.Ed.
Second Grade Supervisor; Adviser -Association of Childhood Education International
Elizabeth M. Jenkins, M. S.
First Grade Supervisor; Adviser Student Christian Association
Betty Ruth Jennings, M. A. Kindergarten Supervisor
Dora M. Rhoads, M.Ed. Sixth Grade Supervisor
20Jane K. Rothe, M. A. Fourth Grade Supervisor
Florence A. Ruelens, M. A. Fifth Grade Supervisor
Sarah J. Walker. M.A.
Supervisor of Home Economics
Mrs. Clara M. Strassburger Dormitory Supervisor
Ermon M. Postlcs Business Manager
John Zercher Accountant
Esther R. Whitely Library Assistant
21September: New relationships with the faculty; the familiar faces of our fellow students; stories of vacations exchanged; wide-eyed girls wandering through their new dormitory; Lyle Auditorium, the focal point for campus programs; innocent freshmen subjected to the terrors of orientation—another year had started. It was go xl to be back!
BACK Til SCHOOL
An autumn nocturne played by the breeze on a thousand leaves and accompanied by clicking heels and laughinR voices.
Behind these doors you find the world. These four walls enclose a lifetime of knowledge in volume form—“Our Library”.“In the lake.” A public payment to a losing wager. The Marauders scored the goals and the victory was well-worth the price paid.
The reign of the upperclassmen is not enforced by an iron hand but by the simple word, "Button.” An immediate ordeal becomes a treasured memory.
Old Main watches silently as fall again colors the leaves on campus and brings a crispness characteristic of autumn.
'7 lake your trees, and your breeze; your gentleness and cleanness; some of your shade; some of your sky; some of your calm as I go by.”1953
Below: Phi Sigma Pi, Mu Kappa Mu, and Industrial Arts Homecoming displays.
Homecoming 1953 was, as always, a red letter day in our calendar of senior memories. For many it meant getting up with the birds to adorn the campus with the traditional ingenious displays of welcome. It was a day of cheery hellos and wann handshakes from seniors of yesteryear.
The dedication of our beautiful new buildings marked the beginning of a new era. Old halls and new—monuments to father time and progress—brought gestures of disbelief from smiling old grads.
Following luncheon in the new dining hall two generations of Millersville rooters watched the kill joy forces of Lock Haven end our eight-year skein of homecoming victories. Highlight of the halftime ceremonies was the crowning of lovely Barbara Brown as Varsity Queen.
The traditional cider pour after the game was the scene of mixed hellos and goodbyes as many old MSTC adieu until next year. A fitting conclusion to this great day was the colorful spectacle of punch, women, and song—the Varsity Drag.
In the bustle of events few of us stopped to think that by next year we will be on the other side of the fence—home for a day.
Miss Barbara Brown, varsity queen, and a scene from the 1953 Varsity Drag.
■Jt5A familiar scene to all Millersvillc alumni is the picturesque lake. One of our most attractive displays is shown here with its reflections giving a feeling of aesthetic beauty to all passers-by and especially to alumni.
•mm m.m mmm m
hi iii i f mmm «»»« «
TYKE IT W
Senior Ciass Play Saturday, November 21, 1953 Lyte Auditorium
Penelope Sycamore Essie, Daughter Eudoxic Brubaker Miriam Kilmer
Martin Vanderhof Ronald Hoffpauer Mabel Keemer
Umderson Robert Hall
'rr.Vhv Frank Schmitt
Gay Wellington Mr. Kirby Mrs. Kirby "G" Men Charles Hartman Shirley Walters Robert Paley Charles Dutill
Q ga Katrina
Student Director—Constance Root Faculty Director—Miss Rebckah Sheaffer
Abort: Standing (left to right) "G-man” Walti, Mr. De Pinna, Gay Wellington, "G-man" Dutill, Ed, Essie, Donald, Rhcba, Tony Kirby, Alice, Mr. Kirby, Mrs. Kirby, Paul Sycamore, ‘"G-man” Paley, Boris Kolenkhov, Duchess Olga, and Detective Henderson. Seated are leads Martin Vanderhof and Penelope Sycamore.
Ltft: Grandpa offers blessing as Alice, Penelope, and Mr. Kolenkhov bow their heads. Rheba and Donald wait to serve.Upper right: Mrs. Kirby voices disdain as Grandpa, Tony, and Mr. Kirby observe her reactions to Penny’s game.
Right (2nd picture) Essie practices dancing incessantly.
Right (3rd picture) Mr. and Mrs. Kirby show arrogance as “Grandpa" watches in disgust.
Lover right: Directress Miss Rebckah Shcaffer receives her gift of appreciation from the cast.MEN'S VARSITY CLIR
I’he Men's Varsity Club is responsible for many activities at Millersville besides athletic events. They are sponsors of two of the biggest dances of the school year: the Varsity Drag and the Spring Hop. They arc also responsible for the refreshments and programs at the sporting events.
The highlight of the year is the selection of the Varsity Sweetheart. The Queen is nominated and elected by the club members. This year’s choice to reign at the Homecoming festivities was Miss Barbara Brown of Highspire.
Wally Evans, president of Men's Varsity Club presents the 1953 Varsity Queen, Miss Barbara Brown, to the audience at the Varsity Drag.
First row: Flegal, Savastano, Evans, Resavy, Sax, Walbom, Wenrieh. Second row: Fisher, Friedbcrg, Frey, Herr, Caddcn, Werkiser, Bigler, Ortlip, Adviser Mr. Pucillo. Third row: Hall, Erisman, Fry, Podlesny, Verbos, Zagarino, Labatch, Schwarz, Paviglianiti.CLliR
Firs! row: Shreiner, Van Zandt, Long, Denlingcr, McGovern, Bailey. Second row: Adviser Dr. Dixon, Pindar, Zweier, Hagerty, Mumma, Wcnrich, Berkheimer.
Earning a varsity letter makes any girl eligible for membership in the Women’s Varsity Club. After working on successful projects such as the volunteer help to the Boys' Club of Lancaster or sale of “Millersville” hats on our campus, any girl will tell you that her club membership was certainly worth counting the windows in Wickersham Hall.
Ill U S
President Irene Denlinger presides at a meeting of WVC as Joan Pindar, Adviser Dr. M. E. Dixon, and Lew Whitelock listen.To$ft =4g 45 6 5i!®M£ ? 4 2 t ts t 391111 f Jr59i
S' ' tL M
First row: Santanicllo Jr., Putt, Savastano, Bailcs. Arena, Cadden, Riley, Rinker, Gerrick, Carver, Lebo, Santanicllo. Second row: Coaches Bedylon and Pucillo, Pefflcy, Goodwill, Hall, Schacbcrle, Fricdberg, Coyne, Clement, Jenkins, Berger, Vcrbos, Wenrich, Paviglianiti, Coach Santaniello. Third row: Coach Namit, Kane, Kline,
Weaver, Labatch, Seyler, Adams, Miller, Groff, Schuler, Kambic, Kostclac, Haddad, Coach Wcnglass. Fourth row: Trs. Rank and Sax, Smeltz, Ciambrone, Licx, VanWyk, Schilling, Robinson, Mgrs. Hill, Wallace, Lclinski, Koble, Swartz, and Gulian.
In the fall of the year all eyes turned to football. The season’s outlook was dim, for Coach Santaniello was forced to field a green team. Returning letterinen were few, as twenty-six men had been lost through graduation and military service. In the first game, the game in which teams are made or broken, the Marauders were broken by East Stroudsburg by a score of 31-0. Entertaining Lock Haven at home, the following Saturday, the Marauders were again blanked 24-0.
At Kutztown, the team played good ball while going down in defeat 6-0, and in a hard fought
game played on Parents’ Day, they lost out in the last period, again by the score of 6-0. Ship-pensburg pulled out all the stops and defeated MSTC 65-0. The West Chester game was cancelled due to 13 inches of snow.
In the final game, the Santaniello men lost to Mansfield 26-7. The Millcrsvillc touchdown came in the final period with senior Bob Peffley going over for the score.
Seniors on the squad are co-captains Bob Peffley and "Juice” Savastano. Eddie Berger, Pete Cadden, Harold Gerrick, Tony Paviglianiti, and Max Riley.
Vice Verhos, 63, carries the ball against Lock Haven. In the background for MSTC are Vernon Kline, left, and No. 42, Anies Haddad.
Co-captain Robert Peffley, scorer of the MSTC touchdown of the season.ll-
A shaky start, a dynamic finish, a terrific season! This is the story of the girls’ hockey team. After losing the first two games of the season to Shippensburg and Gettysburg, our high-stepping lassies got a tighter grip on their sticks and pursued that ball with great determination to defeat Lebanon Valley, Elizabethtown, and Albright. Leading the Marauder attack with ten goals was freshman Dotty Grubb. Seniors Isabelle Long and Josephine McGovern captained the team.
After the first two games, the toughest ones on the schedule, the girls secured a can of mock turtle soup to provide the good luck once offered by the faithful turtle, which was unable to attend the team this year.
The final three minutes, when the jayvees displayed their skills, were always highlights of the games. Outstanding playing, good sportsmanship, and fine coaching by Dr. Dixon combined to make this hockey season a successful one.
The picture at left is the hockey team. First row, seated left to right: Shontz, Shreiner, Van Zandt, Pindar, Bigler, Dr. Dixon, Wit-zel, McGovern, Bailey, Long, Denlinger, Wolf. ' Second row: Rosenthal, Yuninger, Lefcver, Carr, Blankcnstein, Rohrer, Boyer, Wemtz, Wenrich, Strohm. Third row: Boody, Thomas, De Lardi, Hubley, Sterling, Wanamaker, Grubb, Heilman, Clipp, Rohrbaugh, Knaub, Zweier.
Charles Hartman Student Council President
Wallace Evans Vice-president
Helen Shreiner Secretary
Kenneth Herr Treasurer
Seated: Miss Jeanne Rohrer, queen of the 1954 Sweetheart Dance. Attendants, left to right, are Zweier, Dcnlingcr, Lcbo,- Kccmer, Bowman, Hillard, and Kcrshner.I
The picture shown above arc the members of the Student Council. They arc, standing (left to right), Charles Hartman and Wallace Evans. First row: Helen Shrciner,
Student Council, this year under the able leadership of Charles Hartman, opened the year with several freshmen week activities including an informal game evening and the annual Student Council reception dance.
The big event of the year was the annual Sweetheart Dance sponsored by the Council. Jeanne Rohrer reigned as Millersville’s Sweetheart for 1954. Her court consisted of Irene Denlinger, Patricia Ann Hillard, Joyce Kersh-ncr, Grace Bowman, Katherine Zweier, Elaine Lebo and Mabel Keemer. The candidates were chosen by each class and voted on by the entire student body.
Another project undertaken by the group is the publishing of the handbook, The Black and Gold, which each student receives on registration day. Appropriations are made to the various clubs and organizations on campus.
Kenneth Herr, and Robert Paley. Second row: Peter Mahony, Phyllis Keeley, John Gcbhart, Irene Denlinger,
Mplvin Wifmpr. r i
But the most appreciated work of the Council is the maintaining of the “Old Gym" or “Rat Race” for the students. Mid-morning coffee, a fourth for bridge, an afternoon snack, an enjoyable place to spend that one hour between classes that isn't long enough to get any work done: “Rat Race" fills the bill for all of these needs. Much of the equipment was repaired this year, and Council is in the process of setting up an office on the main floor of the building.
Representatives were sent to the State reach-el’s College Conference in California, Pennsylvania, and to the Eastern States Educational Conference in New York City.
Officers for the year were Charles Hartman, president; Wallace Evans, vice-president; Helen Shreiner, secretary; and Kenneth Herr, treasurer.M. C. A.
Shown here are the officers of the Men’s Community Association. (Left to right): President, Robert Schwarz; treasurer, Earl Kline (standing); secretary, Olin Marth; and vice-president, Richard Heckler.
Composed of all male dorm students, the Men's Community Association was organized to arrange for recreational facilities to be used by the men and solve any problems which might arise concerning the dormitory. This year, as the Millersville men moved into Roddy Hall, MCA added many of the little conveniences necessary to make a dormitory livable. Accordingly a steam iron and a regular iron were purchased and installed, together with ironing boards to be used by the men. A washing machine was also installed by Rodney Thomas. The MCA purchased both daily and Sunday papers and provided pencil sharpeners on each floor. Recreational facilities such as dart boards, chess, checkers, and playing cards were also bought to provide for the recreational needs of the men.
This year several men were sent to other colleges to report on recreational facilities there, as well as on dining room practices and other matters which may be of use to the MSTC men. There were also committees selected to help keep the dormitory clean, keep noise down, organize fire drills and related projects.
Above arc wcnci of the Men’s Canteen. Top teene: A social gathering. Below: Tony Sax behind the counter.
36Our first year in Lyle Hall! To the girls at
These are the officers of the Women's Community Association. Their biggest job is settling problems and complaints offered by the dormitory girls. (Left to right): Secretary. Helen
Shreiner; vice-president, Dorothy Bailey; president, Lila Lee Smith; and treasurer, Jeanne Rohrcr.
Millersville who live in Residence Hall, this new home has been the t est of all the innovations. The recreation room and the smoker are the major settings for socializing. For all the girls who practice ( or learn) their homemaking skills, Lyle Hall offers a cozy kitchenette and adequate laundry and pressing facilities. The beautiful lounge and dormitory rooms make life here comfortable and pleasant.
We can never forget our experiences together —WCA meetings, the Christmas party, the teas and barbecues, and the get-togethers with the day students. Where could we get a better lesson in cooperating, sharing, and living with other girls?
W. C. L
Upper left: Welfare—First row, left 10 right: Rohrcr, Sharp, Rohrbaugh, Scacrist, Kline, McGovern, Newman, Bailey, Lcbo, Smith, De Lardi, Shreiner. Second row: Keeley, Trone.
Lower left: Welfare decorated a tree for the lobby at Christmas.D.S.
The Men’s Day Student Association is housed in the basement of the Old Gym. Here, under the “Rat Race," adjacent to the campus lake, the commuters spend much of their leisure time at Millersvillc.
The association improves with each new class of freshmen. For recreational needs the men throw darts, or play cards, checkers, or chess. These games are provided by the MDSA treasury, which is controlled by a board of officers and an executive council. The room is also provided with coke, candy, ice cream, and cigarette machines, as well as with a radio, a dictionary, a pencil sharpener, postal system, and locker facilities.
This self-governing body of students maintains a separate room for study purposes, and the improved atmosphere of both rooms contributes to the growing popularity which MDSA enjoys.
First rory; Witmer, Bullock.
Secbrtd row: Loynd, Schuler, Krcider, Weaver, Smeltz.WDSA OFFICERS
First row: Valter, Johnstone, Denlinger. Second row: Auchenbach, Boyer.
W. I).S. A.
The Women’s Day Student Association has made its home in Music Hall again this year. Among the noises that issue forth, one can distinguish some characteristic sounds: the blaring of radio, the clattering of the candy machine, and the shouting of ‘‘students.”
Each year it is the custom for the Women Day Students and the Men Day Students to entertain each other. This year the women held a Christmas Party and in turn the men feted the girls in the spring.
Several times during the year the women dormitory students and the day students entertained each other. The WDSA also sponsored cider and cocoa pours for the day students. To increase the treasury, a bake sale was held in March.
More serious programs included a Christmas program for the Lancaster Boy's Club.The 1934 Touchstone Start is shown here. They are as follows: Seated (left to right): Paley, Bigler, ' etgler, Walhorn, Schmitt, DeHart, Heckler, Brossman, and Smith, Standing are Knaoh, l)e I arrli, Abrams, McCann, Kccley, Walters, Raexer, Wilson, Trone, Myers, Kohrhaiigh, I efever, ami Root.
Publishing a yearbook ran be compared to producing a play. Each needs a cast of indus Hums and co-operative people. Phis year’s stall should be applauded for both these qualities.
I he stall wasted no time in starting its sales campaign. From the first week of school, one heard the familial try, “Want to Imy a yearbook?"
Meanwhile, behind the scenes, the stall was
busy choosing a photographer, publisher, and theme, and deciding on nunibei of pages and arrangement « ! pictures. Finally a dummy book was drawn up.
This year's stall, with Mary Ann Kraft as cditoi in-chief and Oh.tiles Dutill as business manager, worked long hours to present a book which would preserve 1954 as a memorable yeai in MSTC history.
40Upper left: Business Manager Charles Dulill and Hditor Mary Ann Kraft. Upper right: Advertising Heckler, Trone, Wilson. Lower left: fuiitnri.il Staff -lira! row: Puley, Keeley, Del l.irt, Racier, I cfover. Second De I urdi. McCann, Zeigler, Root, Kolirlxiugh. Lower right: typist - Knuiib, Myers, Brottman, Walters.OPUS EXECUTIVE COUNCIL Seated, left to right: Schotta, Bator, Paley, Walter , Winner. Standing: DeHart, Smith.
The staff of the Opus has set out to bring to Millersville a publication worthy of the college it represents.
In order to attain this goal the entire publication organization was renovated. The traditional college newspaper. The Snapper, was replaced in September 1953, by a twenty-four page magazine issued five times a year.
A staff of over forty members was organized to direct the departments for news, sports, features, and art work. Contributions from non-staff members was constantly encouraged.
For the first time in recent years the college had an organ for any creative writing of worth issued from the students. Because of the length of the magazine, short stories and long essays could be published. A magazine publication also afforded new opportunities in the fields of photography, cartooning, and illustrating. The staff was fortunate to have among its members Myron Bird, photographer; Robert Good, cartoonist; and Margi Scidensticker and Jack Abrams, illustrators.
Although creative writing was one of the prime features of Opus, college news and sports features were included in each issue. All college news was presented in magazine style which permits a more personalized account than does a strict journalistic style.
Directing the publication of Opus were coeditors John Bator and Joan Schotta. Mr. Bator evidenced his literary ability in his contributions “First Impressions of Korea," an essay; and
"Chalk One Up for Jerry," a short story. Miss Schotta’s journalistic experience included work as associate editor of The Snapper and part-time employment with the Lancaster Newspapers. Responsibility for material selection and page layout fell to the co-editors.
Any innovation in college activities always meets with a variety of student reaction. Therefore the Opus staff anxiously anticipated student and faculty reaction to the initial edition published in September. Although the first copy of Opus was well received, its merits were more fully realized in successive issues. The staff received helpful suggestions from both faculty and students. In order to maintain the high aims of literary taste conceived by the staff, some of the more prosaic articles were rejected. The staff was constantly encouraged by favorable comments from others associated with comparable publications in various colleges.
Editors: John Bator, Joan Schotta. Business Manager: Melvin Winner. Feature Editor: Shirley Walters. Staff: Ethelmac Auchcnbach, Beverly Bixler, Delores Boyer, Jacquelyn Ginder, Lee Leighton, Jean Myers, Bette Lou Oberdorfer, Nancy Raezer. Sports Editors: Robert Paley, Lila Lee Smith. Staff: Robert Herr, Joseph Pyott, Sondra Rosenthal, Sereno Walborn, Gus Zeagcr. News Editor: Joan DeHart. Staff: Barbra Jones, Verna Lcfever, Janet Matterness, Sara Myer, Peggy Newman, Sherlyn Ormond, Rita Peters, Edward Shindle, Madelyn Tredway, Catherine Wilson. Art Department: Cartoons: Robert Good. Sketches: Jack Abrams. Margi Scidensticker. Photographs: Myron Bird. Advertising Staff: Jack Duncan, Mgr.; Marlene Ferguson, Solicitor. Circulation Mgr.: Connie Root. Typists: Minnie Shipley, Evcnne Wails, Beverly Yeager. Student Adviser: Mary Ann Kraft. Faculty Adviser: Louis Jennings.'
Co-editors: John Bator and Joan Schotta.
First row: left to right—Co-editor —John Bator and Joan Schotta. Second row: Walters, Ormond, Boyer, Raezer, Auchenbach, Myer, Tredway. Third row: Matterness, Ferguson, Jones, Mumma, Lcbo, Lefever, Shipley. Fourth row: Bird, Duncan, Shindle, Witmer, Longenccker, Peters, Wails, DeHart, Canty, Rosenthal.
OFFICERS OF PAGE LITERARY SOCIETY Left to right: Robert Herr, treasurer; Helen Shreiner, vice-president; Peter Mahony, president; and Ethelmae Auchenbach, secretary.
The Page Literary Society is one of the oldest organizations on the campus.
Activities this year began with the annual reception for freshmen held in the Old Gym: an evening of dancing and entertainment always enjoyed by both upperclassmen and newcomers to Millersville.
At a special Christmas meeting members exchanged gifts, played games and served refreshments. The year was climaxed by the ninety-ninth Page anniversary program held in early spring.
Officers this year were Peter Mahony, president; Helen Shreiner, vice-president; Ethelmae Auchenbach, secretary; and Hob Herr, treasurer.
PAGE LITERARY SOCIETYThe ninety-eighth year of the Normal Literary Society begain with a campaign for new members. The annual reception given for the freshman followed on September 18 in the Old Gym. Here the new students and upperclassmen became acquainted while dancing to records and conversing over pretzels and cokes.
On October 16, at the anniversary meeting, the program included a group well-known to the Millersville students— the Lancastrians, with Mr. Louis Jennings as director, in a program of varied songs. The officers and advisers, Mrs. Mae Brcncman and Mr. William Duncan, reported both functions successful.
NORMAL LITERARY SOCIETY OFFICERS First row: left to right—Isabelle Long, vice-president; Elsie Armstrong, secretary. Second row: Donald Wilson, treasurer; Mr. William Duncan, adviser; and Dorothea Bolan, president.
NORMAL LITERARY SOCIETY
I. F. 10l UII.
Seated: Newcomer and Dutill. Standing: Heckler, McCann, Bigler. Missing when picture was taken—Lemon.
The Interfraternity Council is composed of the president and secretary of the three fraternities on campus—Phi Sigma Pi, Iota Lambda Sigma, and Alpha Phi Omega. The function of the council is to coordinate activities of the fraternities and promote better understanding among them.
One of the major social events of the college year, the Interftaternity Ball, is planned and promoted by this group. Several movies were sponsored by the IF Council in order to raise additional funds in support of the ball, which was held in the Hotel Brunswick, Lancaster, April 10.
45ALPHA Nil OMEGA
This fraternity, the youngest on campus, was founded here at MSTC for the purpose of continuing the Boy Scout objectives in daily college life. Composed of Boy Scouts and former Boy Scouts of all ranks, it strives to uphold its motto —“Leadership, Friendship, and Service."
For eligibility one must be presently affiliated or have been affiliated with scouting at some time and prove his willingness to be of service, unselfishly. To fulfill this, every pledge group participates in group or individual projects as proof of eligibility. The work of APO members does not stop at the end of pledging. This ceremony is actually the beginning.
This year APO continued their usual services, e. g., supplying ushers for college events, operating the used book store, assisting in Homecoming Day preparations, and operating a ride-home plan. With these services a new campus project, tree-tagging, was initiated this year. APO members have started and will continue to tag every tree on campus.
"All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy”, may well be the motto of APO, for it has continued this year to have its annual outing at Camp Chiquetan along with other social meetings to maintain some of the fun-filled past of scouting.
IOTA LAMBDA SIGMA
ALPHA PHI OMEGA OFFICERS
Left to right: Heckler, Dutterer,
Dutiil, Samitz, Bigler, Marth.
First row: left to right—Jones, Booth, Thomas, Heckler, Painter. Tees, Bigler. Second row: Good, Griffiths, Hurst, Heegard, Mr. Monical, Dutiil, Groff, Marth.
First row: left to right—Thomas, Andreas, Maginsky, Kutz, Schmitt, Kohler, Wallace, Stough. Second row: Bigler, Fry, Hubbard, Mr. Eshlcman, Graybill, Marth, Lemon, Groft.
The Iota chapter of Iota Lambda Sigma is part of a National Professional Industrial Education Organization existing to give recognition to industrial arts students for excellence in the field. It is a means of crediting outstanding scholarship and providing for professional growth of its members.
Two requirements for eligibility are a minimum of twelve semester hours of industrial arts subjects and the maintenance of a 2.75 or above quality-point average.
Each year a project is sponsored for the betterment of the college. This year's work consisted of sponsoring and coordinating MiUersvilie’s first Industrial Arts Show and Contest.
With Dean Lemon serving as president, Frank Andreas as vice-president. Bob Bigler as secretary-treasurer, and Olin Marth as historian, Iota Lambda Sigma enjoyed a successful year.
Left to right: Lemon, Andreas, Bigler, Marth.DELTA I'll I ETA
Did you ever sec a young lady walking around campus with a flashy red and white bow in her hair? She is not in her second childhood, but a pledge to Delta Phi Eta. an honor society.
The qualities for membership arc scholarship —a quality point average of 3.0; leadership—active participation in extracurricular activities; service—to others in her school and her community; and last, but very important, character. The “red and white” girls must attain this high goal during their first two years in college.
The members are active in the various organizations on campus, take a keen interest in activities off campus, sell doughnuts in the girls' residence hall, and are always willing to help when needed.
This year the club is piloted by Jeanne Esben-shadc. The other officers are Shirley Swingler, vice-president; Elise Frey, secretary; Jacqueline Beck, treasurer; Mary Ann Kraft, historian; and Dr. Virginia Beck, adviser.
The aim of this sorority is to establish standards of excellence in scholastic achievement and to be an inspiring force in the lives of the undergraduates of the college.
President Jeanne Esbenshadc presides at a noon meeting of Delta Phi Eta.
First row: left to right—Frey, Swingler, Esbenshade, and Kraft. Second row: Schotta, Walters, Loewen, and Raezer.
PHI SIGMA PI
First row: left to right—Harris, Kreider, Paley, Stough. Second row:. McCann, Hartman, Winner, Mr. John Shenk, Bigler, Newcomer.
Sigma chapter of Phi Sigma Pi, a national professional honor fraternity, was organized at Mil lersville on May 14, 1934. Superior scholarship and fraternal fellowship are the agencies through which the educational ideals of Phi Sigma Pi are achieved. A student is admitted to membership by invitation only. To qualify, he must be an exemplary upperclassman possessing a laudable academic record and qualities that reflect credit on the college. The following are among the factors considered when a candidate is “screened” for admittance: regular and punctual class attendance, resourcefulness and originality in preparation of assignments, professional mindedness, articulateness, and attendance at college functions throughout the year.
Upon a student's acceptance of an invitation to become a candidate, he is carefully observed by the regular members of the fraternity for a trial period of two weeks. If he meets the requirements successfully during this period he must then undergo an informal and finally a formal orientation by the fraternity brothers. Having passed these final two tests, he is then welcomed as a member in good standing and is granted the rights and privileges accompanying fraternity recognition.
First row: Witmer, Newcomer, McCann. Second row: Harris, Kreider, Mr. Shenk.
First row: left to right—Ormond, Rarzrr, Boardman, Stauffer, Boody, Porter, Mycr. Second row: Ishkanian, Peters, Ruof, Shin-die, Berkheimer, Inskip, Wails.
“Xenophile?” you ask, | erplexed. The word means a love of foreign things. All students interested in foreign languages and cultures are invited to join this organization. This year it has been appropriately headed by a student from a foreign country. Miss Lily Ishkanian.
First semester the club traveled to Lebanon to participate in the Southern District of PSEA Conference on foreign languages. This was one of the main events of the year.
To reach all the members, a well-rounded program is planned for varying interests. Mr. Rupp told of the exjrcrienccs he had while in Europe; a student from F M related the story of his travels in Germany.
Most of the standard Christmas Carols were originally sung in languages foreign to our own. At the meeting before Christmas, the group sang carols in several languages. On another occasion, the members joined in playing games that would be played in other lands.
Bassler Geographic Society, the only organization on campus named to honor a living faculty member, Mr. H. M. Bassler, was organized in 1948. Mr. Bassler serves as the adviser for the group. The purpose of the society is to suppple-ment the students' knowledge of. and develop greater interest in geography. Membership in this organization is invaluable for students majoring and minoring in the subject.
Meetings are held each month. Each program features a particular phase of geography presented by guest speakers, discussions, or visual aids. This year programs included Greenland, the Admiralty Islands, Canada, and Franee. Under the leadership of Edward Sigda, president, the society continued to challenge the interest of world-minded students.
BASSLER IdllliK tl’llll SOCIETY
First row: left to right—Walborn, Fitzgib-bons, Ortlip, Elbin, Fcnstcrmacher. Second row: Ranck, Haddad, Gcrrick, Stein,
Porter, Hartman. Dale.First row: Bicri. Dctwilcr. Eyer. McGovern, Moyer, Martz, Pindar. Second row: War ren, Snyder, Wails, Inskip, Puzulis, Keelcy. Third row: Mountain, Sexton, Sensenig, Raby, Mutnma, DeHart.
The Library Science Club, headed by Jo McGovern, had a year filled with activities starting with the welcoming tea for the freshmen library students. The annual cider pour was held Homecoming weekend in October and the club helped with the High School Library conference in November. Each year the club takes a trip to visit some interesting library. This year the girls journeyed to Washington, I). C., and spent the day touring the Library of Congress. The annual Christmas party was held in the Training School Library. The club also participated in service activities for the college library. This year Millersvilie’s librarians-to-be traveled to Kutztown to attend the annual library conference.
KOI! A D m CLIO
First row: Burris, Williams, Brown. Groff, Kemper, Gcbhart, Goudy. Second row: Stough, Wchry, Hess, Kessler, Fenster-tnachcr, Messner.
A comparatively new campus organization is the Rod and Gun Club, organized in 1946. The Millersville chapter is a chapter member in the National Rifle Association of America and also is affiliated with the Civilian Defense Marksmen.
The club membership is comprised of men students interested in outdoor and wild life. Meetings are held twice a month.
A fifty-foot standard shooting range in the basement of the old dormitory building is the property of the club. A winter target shoot is sponsored annually. In addition to indoor shooting, the club also participates in outdoor skeet shoots, and hunting and fishing trips. Meetings also feature motion pictures, lectures, and contests. Mr. Boyd F. Bcdlyon serves as technical adviser to this group.The Intercollegiate Conference on Government. ICG to most, is a member of a statewide organization of over fifty Pennsylvania colleges and universities which celebrated its twentieth anniversary this year.
The delegation presented a chapel program in October wtih a debate on the sales tax in Pennsylvania. Members of ICG spoke on each side of the question. The group ran a scries of movies in the Rat Race during the winter months and held an interesting and profitable auction in January. They attended the Central regional convention which was held at Hershey Junior College ia March, where Ronald Hoff paucr was put up as Millcrsville’s candidate for speaker of the convention. On funds raised during the year, a representative delegation attended the Harrisburg convention in April. The theme this year was a model National Congress. The members were assigned to various committees to discuss the bills prepared by the students. The officers for the year were Phyllis Kceley. chairman: Ronald Hoflpauer, vice-chairman;
Robert McCann, secretary; and Russell Porter, treasurer. The club's adviser is Dr. A. J. Foster.
HU kappa HU
In 1937 a society known as Mu Kappa Mu was organized to serve the needs of students majoring or minoring in mathematics and others keenly interested in the subject. Meetings are held the first Monday night of each month, at which time topics not generally treated in mathematics courses are discussed and s| eakcrs from outside the community are featured. Dr. l.ec E. Boyer has been the adviser to the club since its inception sixteen years ago.
The club endeavors to present two major functions during the year, one a cultural event and the other primarily social. In addition, a competitive mathematics examination is held annually, open to high school seniors in the service area. Approximately forty students participate in this examination each year.
During the past year, Mu Kappa Mu brought to the campus Dr. H. A. Baravalle, of Adelphi College in New York. Those in the audience will long remember the fascinating lecture delivered by Dr. Baravalle in Lyte Auditorium the night of Wednesday, November 11. A second semester activity sponsored by the club was a card parly in the Old Gym.
Chairman Phyllis Kceley discusses ICG business with members Schreiner, Kline, Clipp, McCann, and Hcpford.
Phyllis Kcelcy (standing). First row: Hepford, Mumma. Second row: Clipp, Staub, Gunnion. Third row: Hartman. Stein, Kessler, Miller, Bechtel. Fourth row: Kuglc, Rosenthal, Dr. Foster, Stewart, Jones, McCann.
First row: Kline. Smith, Buckwaltcr, Scnsenig. Second row: Chan, Root, Keefer, Loynd, Herr, Newman. hird row: Houser, Klciver, Baxter, Kreider. Fourth row: Am-marcll, Booth, Weaver, Thatcher, Snyder. Leighton. Fifth row: Stough, Dutill. Sixth row: Bigler, Palcy, Ortlip. Seventh row: Schmidt, Moyer, Berger. Evans, Fitzgibbons.
MKM OFFICERS Root, Moyer, Palcy. Bigler.
53I A SOCIETY OFFICERS l eft to right: Schmitt, Booth (seated), Bigler, Silverman, Marth.
First row (left to right): Colton, Treadway, Flick, Booth, Hurst, Samitz, Heegard, Greene, Bird, Goudy, Gebhart, Goodwill, Hilbert. Second row: Tees, Grccnlich, Heim-bach, Kestcr, Waltz, Jennings, Harris, Kabakjian, Bigler, Abrams, Augustine, Davis, Magnotti. Third row: Smelt-zer, Bechtel, Kabakjian, Bolan, Zinkavich, Schmitt, Scgcrmark, Bergey, Whittington, I lubbard. Messner, Lownsbery. Fourth row: DiNunzio, Auchenbach, Burris, Marth, I.abaw, Spatz, Kriebel, Ward, Hoffman, Smailer, Fisher, Mc serschmidt, Grimes, Katziner, Elliott, Fen-stermacher, Licx, Hendershott.
Hill NTIIIII, A It T S SOCIETY
Professional attitudes, the ability to make social contacts, and good fellowship arc requi sites for efficient Industrial Arts instructors. The Industrial Arts Society was organized to help IA students develop these requisites.
Monthly meetings of the organization offer refreshments, prizes related to Industrial Arts, and demonstrations by authorities in their respective fields. This year’s programs included several demonstrations on shop equipment, the silk screen process, movies, and illustrated lectures by professional speakers.
The society oj eratcs through three committees (service, program, and social) to insure participation of the 150 members. Through the cooperation of these members. IA Society took second prize in the annual Homecoming display with a giant papier mache replica of a craftsman.
Here is an organization where members have something in common—an interest in learning as much as possible about Industrial Arts.
First row: Hccgard, Hurst. Second row: Bigler, Kriebel, Booth, Fcnstcrmachcr.
Theatre Arts Society members discuss staging problems for “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”.
The Theatre Arts Club, an organization which works closely with Citamard, is composed of students enrolled in the Industrial Arts Curriculum who maintain an interest in scenic design and production. These students aid Cita-maid in keeping expenses of stage production at a minimum. The work necessary for acceptable sets is done by the club members and charges are made only for the materials needed for completing sets.
Although the group this year was relatively small the club has been able to maintain an accent on service which has been the aim of the group since its founding in 1939. Besides designing and making stage scenery the group assumes responsibility for lighting, sound effects, care of stage property and many other minor tasks which are so important in the production of a good play.
"Midsummer Night's Dream" which was presented March 5 and f by Citamard consumed the efforts of the group this year.
Seated, left to right: Wilkinson, Rohrcr, Werntz, Schontz, DeLardi. Standing: Duttercr, Knaub, Boody, Rohrbaugh, Strausbaugh, Eyer.
The Student Christian Association is a body of inter-racial, interdenominational, coeducational Christian students and faculty members, who meet every Wednesday evening for fellowship and fun.
In addition SCA sponsors numerous activities throughout the school year. The initial activity is a welcoming campfire party held in early September for the purpose of acquainting new and old students. Next on the agenda are the church receptions when the various churches hold open house so that the college students can familiarize themselves with the church of their choice. There are two social events which are always well-attended: the Hallowe’en and St. Patrick's Day square dances.
Each year the SCA plays Santa Claus to the children of the Nlennonite home in Millersville. It gives the members much satisfaction to be able to spread the Christian spirit in this small way. Another highlight near Christmas is caroling in the community. The doughnuts and hot chocolate served alter caroling are very welcome. In the springtime, a very memorable event is the Easter Dawn service.
This year the weekly programs were varied. For example, there were exchange nights with our neighboring colleges Franklin and Marshall and Elizabethtown: programs on Christianity in everyday living-such as in sports and in politics: programs to acquaint students with the World University Service: the showing of films such as "King of Kings"; discussion and panel groups: and social meetings. In February the Bucknell University Glee Club presented a program on tour. The SCA tries to meet the needs of each student's religious life through the year’s activities.
Whether they are singing around a bonfire, enjoying a weekly program, praying in the Easter Sunrise service, or singing a favorite hymn, the members of SCA believe a real need is satisfied by this live, friendly organization.
First row: Warfel, Gibblc, Benner, Culler, WemtZ, Boyer, Martz, Inskip, Boody, Lebo, Henry, Tredway, Stoner, Newpher, Hepford, Shirk, Brown. Second row: Rohr-baugh, Tronc, Bigler, Rohrer, Auchcnbach, Messingcr, Instill, Furman, Detwiler, Stambaugh, Foster, Vickers, Royer, Stambaugh, Lefever. Third row: Duttcrer, Lauer, Swartz, Blankenstein, Shreincr, Zeigler, Garman (seated),
Lehman, Shontz, Dc Lardi, Ebcrsolc, Workinger, Esben-shade, Oberholtzer, Hertzler, Sprecher. Miller, Armstrong, Berkheimer, Eyer. Fourth row: Wilkins, Hagerty, Seacrist, Knaub, Longcneckcr, Seibert, Klich, Martin, Cockey, McCreary, Hower. Fifth row: Brown, Moyer, Denlinger, Tees, Keefer, Snyder, Strausbaugh. Fenstcr-machcr, Grccnlich, Treadway.First row: Schreiner, Gunselman, Newman, Ronca, Podlcsny, Cadden, Labatch, Father Phillipelli, McCann,
Resavy, Kropinicki, Sanders, Von Ehrenfried, Rudy, Pickar, Maio, Blence, Kutz, Tancini, Durso, Noga.
Zinkavich. Second row: Miller, Fitzgibbonj, Zagarino,
Newmanites Ronca and Kropinicki, seated. President George Resavy, standing.
The function of the National Federation of Newman Clubs is to sustain the religious life of the Catholic student in the secular college and university. This purpose was actively fulfilled by the local chapter of Newman Club during the past year.
This year Newman Club operated under the guidance of a new chaplain. Father Francis Filippclli. who filled the post vacated by the popular Father William Bridy. Father Filip-pelli and able president George Resavy led the club at regular meetings held bi-monthly, with religious instruction—discussion sessions held in the intervening weeks. Problems of importance to the spiritual and social maturity of the college student were popular topics.
The year was an active one socially as well as religiously. Several dances were held at St. Joseph's Hall in I-ancaster for Newman Clubbers and their friends. The “Newmanites” were strong contenders in intramural sports. Other highlights were the annual picnic and communion breakfast. This universal Marian Year was truly a full one for Newman Club at Mil-lersville.
First row: Brossnun, Moore, Walters, Pickell, Marti. Second row: Schmitt, Codcey, Klich, McCreary, Oberdorfer, McCreary, Beck, Workinger, Duttcrcr.
Under the guidance of the Reverend Ellcrslie Two years ago a handful of students, feeling Lebo, Miss Mabel Moberg, and Miss Emily the need for Bible study and Christian fellow•
Snyder, the Lutheran Club fosters a greater and ship, organized themselves and secured the social
better understanding of the Lutheran faith and room of the Methodist Church for a weekly of other faiths. Meeting every other Tuesday meeting. The fastgrowing organization has
evening, its members discuss the different assets been recognized by the Student Council, and has
of their religion. tripled its attendance during the past year.
This year Lutheran Club helped to sponsor In addition to the Tuesday evening meeting, Spiritual Enrichment Week and the World Uni the group sponsors Bible studies in the dormi■ versity Service on campus. Delegates represented tories and a noonday prayer group. the Millersville chapter at the National Lu- The three fold purpose of I V is to present a theran Student Association Conference at Buck campus witness to the saving and keeping power Hill Falls in the Pocono Mountains and re of Jesus Christ; to strengthen the spiritual life
ported to the local group. of its members; and to stimulate personal par-
Social events included a doggie roast held in ticipation in the work and support of missions the fall at the home of Rev. Lebo, and a taffy and of the Christian Church. pull held in February.The group, whose initials stand for the Association of Childhood Education International, meets the first Tuesday of every month under the supervision of Miss Charlotte Good.
Early in the year. ACEI held it first meeting in the form of a square dance for the purpose of helping new students to get acquainted.
Some of the very interesting programs planned for the benefit of the club by its capable president. Mae Rohrbaugh, and her committee, were a demonstration on the formation of a rhythm band, and a safety program conducted by Mr. Richard Bishop.
By far the most popular activity with the members of ACEI is the time spent each week at Heart Haven. Here they tell and rend stories, play games, and sometimes just talk to the children who are confined to the hospital because of a heart ailment. At Christmas time they give these children gifts and stockings filled with toys. A spring banquet concludes the annual activities of this large club.
FUTURE TEACHERS IIF AMERICA
An organization of importance to every teacher on campus is the James Pyle Wicker-sham Chapter of the Future Teachers of America. The organization has been active in encouraging student interest in teacher preparation. It has helped to acquaint students with professional organizations and to give them advice regarding their profession.
This year the organization launched a program of interesting activities. Monthly meetings contained discussions and talks concerning the teaching profession and some of its problems. as well as some purely social activities. Two major projects were undertaken: the
second faculty-student directory was compiled and printed and a historical Millersville calendar was planned for use in connection with the centennial celebration.
Several student delegates were sent to the Southern District Future Teachers of America Conference at Lebanon and also to the state convention at Slippery Rock. Other activities included sponsoring an assembly program and assisting at High School Senior Day.
A fee of $2.50 entitles the member to receive monthly journals from the National Education Association and the Pennsylvania State Education Association as a junior member of these organizations.
Left to right: Matterness, Rohrbaugh, Tronc, I.ebo (front).
First row: Rohrbaugh. Zciglcr. Dc I.ardi, Carr, Clipp, Benner, Culler, Auchenbach, Ronca, Sanders, Haig, Lefever. Second row: Rohrcr, Bigler, Garman, Hcrtzlcr, Warfcl, Messinger, Seibert, Brown, Lehman, Obcrholtzcr, Esbenshade, Charles, McCreary, Kline, Myers. Third row: Blankenstein, Stoner, Williams, Gibble, Armstrong, Ferguson, Greider, Kilmer, Frey, Loewcn, Strohm, Shirk, Sprechcr, Nye. Fourth row: Seacrist, Henry, Newpher, Boody, Matterness, Brown, Tangert, Patterson. Fifth row: Hagerty, Knaub, Shone , Fenstcrmacher, Miller, Royer, Ebersole, Stewart, Longenccker, Workingcr, Cockey, Brown, Werner.
First row: Keeley, Bigler, Clipp, Messinger, Klich, Ronca, Detwiler, Matterness, Sprecher, Auchenbach, Mr. Torchia (standing). Second row: Rohrer (standing), Conklin, Hertzler, Warfel, Hepford. Seibert. Brown, Longenccker, Lehman, Shirk. McCready, Esbenshade, Charles. Grccna-walt (standing). Third row: Blankenstein (standing), Riley (standing), Gibble, Armstrong, Ferguson, Benner. All standing: Raezcr, Kilmer, Frey, Loewen, Wemtz, Shrciner, Workingcr, Cockey, Berkheimer. Fourth row: Boardman, Seacrist, Swartz, Lauer, Kessler, Stuart, Kline, Perrin, Noncmaker, Flory. Fifth row: Hartzcll, Snyder, Kreider, Weaver, Witmer, Kugle, Flegal, Hoffpaucr, Dutterer, Hartman, Graybill.
Sealed: FTA’ers Keeley, Riley, Reeves, and Stambaugh. Standing: Fenimore, Swartz, Adviser Richard Keller, and Adviser Joseph Torchia.Right: Zagarino vs. Zagarino. M-ville’s Bill owes his only defeat to brother Pat.
Left: State Teachers College Cham pion Glenn Flcgal vies for advantage with his West Chester opponent.
For the first time since the sport was started at Millersville in 1946 47, the wrestlers of Coach Ted Rupp came up on the short end of the log, winning three matches and losing five.
The matmen started the season by traveling to Lincoln University and winning
25- 6. In an exhibition in Brooks Hall, the Marauders lost to Fort Monmouth 14-12. The next meet was held at York with the York YMCA providing the opposition. York won 20-16. This was followed by a win at East Stroudsburg,
26- 5. The matmen then traveled to YVaynesburg and lost to that always powerful team. 20-6. In the sixth meet of the season, the Marauders entertained the Rams of West Chester and lost. 24-6. Millersville next entertained Indiana State Teachers College and came through with an 18-12 victory. In the final match of the regular season, the boys traveled to Lock Haven and lost 26-5. In the State Teachers College Tournament, Millersville was third, with Glenn Flegal winning the 130 pound class, and Bill Zagarino second in the 147 pound class.
This season saw an end to the spectacular wrestling career of our 130 pounder. Glenn Flcgal. "Loose Qoose” won his third consecutive State Teachers championship in his weight class and was named outstanding wrestler of the meet. Glennie's record this year was four wins, three draws and a loss in the exhibition match with Fort Monmouth.
Bill Zagarino had the l cst record, seven wins and one loss. His lone defeat was to his brother, Pat, from West Chester. Pat also decisioned Bill for the State championship.
Pete Mahony had a five-three record; Bill Fisher a three-two; and Joe McLean, who wrestled in but three meets, had a three and 0 record. Our "light" heavyweight, Warren Groff, showed more promise anti improvement this year than any other wrestler. Wrestling varsity for the first time, Warren came through with a five-three record anti showed the fans some mighty fine wrestling.
Although the record wasn't too impressive, the thought of wrestling next year is, for only Flegal will Ik lost to the squad.
First row: Groff, Griffith, Fisher, Mahony, Zagarino, Toggas, Flegal, Cox. Second row: Coach Rupp, McNeal, Craver, Flick, Baxter, Sheckler, Finley, Booth, Papp, Elliott, Coach Hurst.right: The referee signals that grappler Warren Groff has the
hold.Possibly the brightest sj ot on the winter sports scene was the showing of the Bishop-coached Marauder Five. The basketball team enjoyed one of the best seasons ever compiled at Millers-villc by posting a regular season log of seventeen wins and four losses. Honors again came our way by being declared State Teachers champs with a 14-0 league season, for the Marauders’ first championship since the league was organized in 1952. The team also comjjcted in the NAIA district play-off, but were defeated by Lebanon Valley, 81-64.
Spirit was at its peak as we battled with California for first place in the State Teachers College Conference. Shown here is George Ortlip stretching for the ball.
First row: left to right—Evans. Wiggins, Wilson. Smailer. Wentzel, Forjan. Hill. Second row: Coach Marcello. Thomas. DeFilippo, Henry, Lehr, Shepps, Coffin, McCabe, Goodwill, Coach Schwarz.
THE ’55— 54 SEASON M-V
St. Joseph .................... $0
LaSalle ....................... 57
E. Stroudsburg ................ 65
Lincoln ....................... 63
Bloomsburg .................... 77
West Chester .................. 76
Villanova ..................... 62
Lock Haven .................... 83
Kutztown ...................... 82
Shippensburg .................. 92
Elizabethtown ................. 87
E. Stroudsburg ................ 95
Elizabethtown ................. 74
California .................... 66
Kutztown ...................... 72
Lock Haven .................... 64
Mansfield ..................... 68
Shippensburg .................. 64
Bloomsburg .................... 97
West Chester .................. 66
Waynesburg .................... 62
Lebanon Valley ................ 64
51 65 69 77
52 55 71
51 47 50 60
First row: Werkiser, Fitzgibbons, Parker, Evans, Herr, Wentzel, Wcinig, Ortlip, Erisman, Gray-Labatch, Podlesny. Second row: Coach Bishop, bill, Seyler.Winning WAA basketball team “Rabble- Rous-crs”. Left to right—McGovern, Trone, Long, Smith, Patterson, Reese, and Bailey. The intramural champs made a clean sweep of their games.
Firtl row: left to right—Longcnecker, Warfel, Berkhcimcr. Second row: Gibbie, Wernti, Ruth, Dctwiler. Third row: Mrs. Dorothy Newcomer, Lehman, Lebo, Boyer, Zwcicr, Werner, Wilson, Hagerty.
Spirited leaders have made the Women’s Athletic Association a very active organization on campus this year.
One of the majoi activities of this club was the girls’ intramural sports program. Through this program girls who do not participate in varsity sports are given the opportunity to enjoy the physical exercise and keen competition that organised athletic games offer. Awards were presented to the winner in the following sports: table tennis, volley ball, basketball, softball, tennis, archery, and shufflcboard.
Co-ed nights in Brooks Hall were another popular project of the WAA. On these nights college students were invited to the college gym to swim or play volley ball, table tennis, deck tennis or aerial darts. The club also sponsored the Saturday afternoon swimming sessions in the college pool and provided volunteer lifeguard service for that lime.
Interested in inter-college as well as intra-college sports, the WAA arranged the chartering of a bus to West Chester so that Millersville fans could see the basketball contest between the Marauders and the West Chester Rams.
Mrs. Newcomer, adviser to the group, and the WAA Council have done much planning to give girls’ sports'a higher place at MSTC. As a result, they have gone far toward fulfilling their motto: "A sport for every woman and every woman in a sport." Many girls are now taking advantage of the athletic opportunities the WAA has provided for them.
This year the girls' basketball team scored four wins and three losses. Co-captains of the squad were Barbara Brown and Irene Denlinger. Perhaps the rabbit tails worn by these girls provided the charm that turned the tide toward the victorious side for Millersville.
An influx of freshman talent added height and speed to the team. The forwards used the fast break with the deadly lay-up shot to good advantage. The guards did an outstanding job of breaking up the opponents' plays.
Using speed and expert ball handling to work out their plays, the girls often dazzled the fans with their scoring ability. They were just as likely to use a successful hook shot as an easy lay-up. Several of their games were characterized by very high scores in comparison to the scores of most girls’ games.
This season saw the team defeat Elizabethtown, and quite decisively, for the first time. The Lebanon Valley coeds were defeated twice by our "hoopsters.” The JV team, coached by Lois Parker also made a commendable showing.
After this successful season, Dr. Dixon finds herself with bright hopes for the future, since, only one senior, Irene Denlinger, a four-year varsity guard and co-captain for two years, was a member of the team.
Fine coaching and diligent practicing are two major factors for the team's success. Also important was that great will to win, that undying spirit that spells success wherever present.
Above: Barbara Brown is shown jumping for the ball against a Shippcnsburg guard.
Left: Varsity basketball team —(Left to right) Coach Dixon. Wanamaker, Grubb, Dando, Denlinger, Brown, Jones, Berkheimer, Mumma.
Extreme left: JV Basketball team — First row: — Brown, Werntz, Fisher, Forney, I.ebo, Cockcy. Second row— Dr. Dixon, Insull, Hackman, Inskip, Hull, Third row— Lehman, Carr, Grecnawalt.
67First row: Brown, Tronc, Lehman, Rohrbaugh, Lefever, Grosh, Snader, Valter, Root, Yuninger, Gibble, Lauer, Kline, Strausbaugh, Palcy, Sargent, Higgins, Di-Nunzio. Second row: Flory, Klich, Foster, Boyer, Bowman, Boody, Porter, Fisher, Landis, Conklin, Armstrong, Shreiner, Shirk, Auchenbach, Ncy, Ranck, Jones, Bigler, Moore, McNcal, Brown, Ehrhart, Greene, Wehry, Hartsoe. I hird row: Nace, VC ilson, Morrissey, Morningstar, Matterness, Fuhrman, Childress, Bomgardner, Reinecke, Sensc-nig, Bixler, Snyder, Ross, Harbold, Pyott, Magnotti, Hoffman, Fulmer, Leighton. Fourth row: Dean, Ruth, Workinger, Bieri, Royer, Schimp, C. Werner, A. Werner.
C II U I It
Upper Left: Mclzer R. Porter.
Lower Left: Left to Right: Segner, Werner, and
If one ventured into Lyte auditorium any Thursday evening, and on certain Monday evenings, he was sure to see in action one of the most active and industrious organizations on campus—the college choir. T his lively, eighty-voice organization under the direction of Mr. Mclzer Porter, first semester, and Mr. Samuel Harnish, second semester, could be heard filling the halls ol the auditorium with anything from a Bach composition to a cowboy's Christmas carol. Mrs. Joseph Torchia played the accompaniment, and frequent refreshment sessions did their part to restore spent energy.
Two major programs are presented during the year: at Christmas and in the spring. The choir has presented the greater portion of Handel's Messiah at Christmas off and on for the past twenty-five years, and this year was no exception. In addition to this and the spring concert, the choir also presented several chapel programs and sang at special events.First ron-: Weik, Snyder, Werner, Strausbaugh, Kreidcr, Sprecher, Sheckler. Second row: Reinecke, Eyer, Higgins, Harbold, Wade, Wcishampcl. Laugbman, Fulmer, McCann, Ginder, Mountain, Carr, Wright, Miller. Third row: Garman, Floyd, Shcn-berger, Taylor, Werner, Klich, Fuhrman, Brown, Andreas, Treadway, Moore, Jones; Hoffman, Mr. Harnish.
The college year consists of two seasons for the band: football season and the concert season.
Mr. Samuel Harnish was quick to weld a promising group of freshman aspirants to his nucleus of vets in preparation for a rapidly approaching grid season. That he was highly successful was evidenced by the numerous comments on the snappy drilling and quality of music on the field.
The band attended two "away” games this year as well as all home contests. In its non-playing moments it doubled as a loyal cheering unit, suffering through a victory-less season.
Weeks of patient rehearsal culminated in the annual band concert, a varied and well-executed program.
To this new and improved edition of the MSTC band under the direction of Samuel S. Harnish, congratulations on a most successful year!
Lower Right: Marching band half-time formation.
71A cup of coffee and a doughnut may mean little to an average citizen, but to a Millersville student they mean that campus hangout, the Rat Race. Sponsored by the Student Council and run by Mick and Floss Lehr, the Rat Race also acts as a ballroom, a motion picture theater and, to those hungry day students, a lunch room.
To many a Marauder the day is not complete unless he stops in at the Old Gym for a quick card game, a gab session, or a talk about academic problems wtih faculty members who also make Rat Race a regular coffee stop.
An atmosphere of friendliness and welcome gives this building its inviting air, and few enter who do not make a point of returning. The Student Council and the Lehrs together make Rat Race an essential part of college life.
Rat RaceTec” Lounge
“What’s on TV?” “Find a fourth for bridge.” “Ask Jake to play the piano.”
Any or all of these remarks can be heard nightly in the lounge of Lyle Hall where freshman and senior, the studious and the pleasureseeking, gather alter supper for an hour or two of pleasant relaxation.
The informal, congenial atmosphere of the lounge attracts a majority of collegians and vies with the Sugar Bowl for top honors in after-dinner entertainment. Anything from a serious conversation to a pinochle game or a chess match can be observed.
The lounge also is the setting for teas and dormitory meetings. Women students ornamented the lounge with tinsel and crepe paper, and a giant Christmas lice to set the scene for the annual Women's Christmas party.
Responsibility for the maintenance and operation of these facilities falls to the Women’s Community Association, the governing hotly of the women resident students. Elected representatives from each class serve on the welfare committee and are an integral part in planning the regulations for women resident students.
_Above: Cast and stage crew take a final curtain call. Left: Scenes from Citamard's presentation of “A Midsummer Night’ Dream”. The nobles, the workers, and the fairies are shown.
“A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM” by William Shakespeare
Lytc Auditorium March 5 and 6
Theseus, John P. Kershncr; Hippolyta, Sondra Rosenthal; Philostrate, Virginia Werntz; Egeus, Lewis DiNunzio; Hermia, Margaret J. Miller; Lysander, Charles A. Martin; Demetrius, George W. Cole; Helena, Patsy Anne Flory; Obcron, Suzanne Groff; Titania, Shcrlyn Ormond; Robin Goodfcllow, Jean Myers; Pease-Blossom, Eudoxie Brubaker; Cobweb, Miriam Kilmer; Moth, Sarah Ann Myer; Mustard-Seed. Patsy Ann Mcssinger; Fairy 1, Mabel Kecmcr; Quince, Robert D. Palcy; Bottom, Gary H. Bechtel; Flute, Albert M. Leanza; Snout, Edward Kabakjian; Snug, William J. Coyne; Starveling. William V. Romans; Elf 1, Ronald Fink; Greek Ladies of the Court, Cynthia Werner, Margaret Newman; Amazons, Dorothea Bolan, Mary Dellinger; Soldiers, Clark E. Taylor, William Kabakjian; Dancing Fairies, Eudoxie Brubaker, Ann L. Hep-ford. Joan A. Wiebush, Huhan Gunnion. Ruth M. Stambaugh, Joanna Schminkcy, Barbara Miller, Marie Charles, Bonita Ament, Audrey Eshelman, Dona E. Clipp, Joan Courtlass; Boy Elves, Eugene Kopp, Allen Guilles.
PRODUCTION STAFF Director, Rebckah S. SheafTer; Stage Manager, Robert Painter; Sets, Industrial Arts Theatre Club; Properties, Jacquelyn Ginder; Costumes, Miriam Kilmer; Make-Up, Charles Martin; Light Manager, Harry A. Spatz; Choreographer, Georgia Von Ehrenfried; Communications, Margaret Newman; Publicity Staff, George W. Cole, Virginia Werntz; Tickets and Programs, Dorothea Bolan, Patsy Anne Flory; Business Manager, Dorothea Bolan; House Manager, Constance Root.■G
Left: A dive by Mnry Ann Grecnawalt. Above: Club Members “peel”. Upper right: Swimmers pose at the edge of the pool. Lower right: Routines from the 1954 “Aquacade”. Lower left: Dolphin Club Vice- President Lila Lee Smith.
After circling the globe in their "Quest for the Best." the Dolphin girls realize that "there’s no place like home." This was the theme of the 1954 aquacade. Months of planning and practicing resulted in this beautiful display of synchronized swimming. Although much of the work was done by the girls, credit goes to Jack Miller as director and Coach 1’ucillo as adviser. General chairman for the event was Mabel Keemer. Other committee chairmen include the following: script. Lila Smith: property, Jackie Cinder (an honorary club member); publicity, Ethelmae Auchenbach; music, Delores Kissinger and Joan Wiebush; costume, Jeanne Rohrer and Jane Baxter; tickets, Joanne Blankenstein; routine, Sheila Vickers; and program, Carol Sensenig.
“QUEST FOR THE BEST’
April 1, 2, 3 Brooks Hall
Cast—Ethclmae Auchenbach, Barbara Brown, Laverne Brown, Joanne Blankcnstcin, Mary Ann Grecnawalt, Mabel Kcemcr, Madeline Treadway, Patsy Krimmel, Jeanne Rohrer, Carol Sensenig, Lila Smith, Joan Wiebush, Jane Baxter, Grace Bowman. Donna Galen, Dorothy Grubb, Jean Hess, Delores Kissinger, Lois McCreary, Josephine McGovern, Mary M. Shontz, Sheila Vickers, Lew Whitelock, Katharine Zwcicr, Nclda Schoffstall.First row: Ward, Herr, Eshlcman, Berger, Follctt, Robinson, Sipc. Second row: Fry, Ernst, Cadden, Stoner, Aspril, Marcello, Frey, Resavy, Erisman. Third row: Seyler, Michalccwiz, Kester, Moyer, Schuler, Ammarcll, Mr. Bishop, coach.
Senior Dave Fry and Senior Jack Ernst pitching-catching combination.
In the spring of 1953 we found the Marauders with a record of five wins and six losses—two wins and five losses in teachers college competition.
The highlights of the season were the 6-5 victory over Shepard, the 7-6 loss to Kutztown, the 1-0 loss to Trenton, and the 3-2 loss to Bloomsburg.
Graduating members of Coach Bishop’s squad are George Resavy, Pete Cadden, Larry Frey, Dave Fry, Curt Aspril, Luke Ammarcll, Bob Herr, and Jack Ernst.
Varsity Cheerleaders Sherlyn Ormond, Irene Dcnlinger, Captain Isabelle Long, Pat Conklin, and Barbara Boardman.
JV Cheerleaders Frey, Hillard, Von Ehrenfricd, Mumtna.
Regardless of whether the chips are up or down for MSTC’s Marauders, the spirited cheerleaders faithfully lead the fans in cries of encouragement. Captained by Isabelle Long, this year's squad proved to be one that was hard to keep down. Much credit is due the JV squad, who filled in gaps for Varsity members and also cheered at Junior Varsity games. With -the arrival of spring the cheerleaders hung up their new uniforms and turned spectators.THOMAS EDGAR PAUL
Thomas Paul entered MSTC in September. 1949, as a transfer from Rochester Institute of Technology. He enrolled as secondary student, majoring in science and minoring in mathematics. During November of 1951 he withdrew to join the service. While serving in the U. S. Navy he married the former Doris Jane Schrawder and after his discharge, following service in Korea, he returned to campus. In February, 1953, he was forced to leave school because of illness. On November 2, 1953, he died at Lebanon Veteran's Administration Hospital. At the time of his death he had accumulated enough credits to be classified as a member of the class of 1954. We dedicate this space to his memory.T. ROBERT BIGLER
NANCY RAEZEROn the foregoing pages, we have reviewed the past year—the seniors' finale on MSTC’s campus. These were the activities enjoyed by the masses. But it is a small group who plan, stimulate interest, and give impetus to the smooth running of a program.
The senior class executive council has been largely responsible for these successes. Heading this compact group is our class president, Sereno Walborn. Mr. Walborn has done a superb job not only in his capacity of class chairman, but also in appointing the various business committee heads.
Mabel Keemer, our fully qualified secretary, having held the same post for two previous years, has been a great asset to the council. Charles Podlesney, treasurer, recorded the finan cial transactions of the class and also served as ticket chairman for the Senior Play. Wallace Evans was a welcome complement to the group in his capacity of vice president and general assistant to Mr. Walborn. Our historian was Alan Newcomer.
WALLACE EVANS Vice-president
CHARLES PODLESNY Treasurer
ALAN NEWCOMER HistorianMr. Kraslcy, a member of the Fine Arts Department, divides his time between supervising art education in the college laboratory school and conducting college art courses during summer sessions.
Holder of a B.S. degree from Kutztown State Teachers College, he has also studied abroad in Paris and London. In 1946, at the completion of more than four years' service in the U. S. Navy, he became a member of the MSTC faculty.
Members of Mr. Krasley’s summer art workshop are witness to his creative ability in art. Mr. Krasley’s interests, in addition to his art work, are the theater and drama.
We, as seniors, greatly appreciate the guidance which Mr. Krasley has rendered to us during the past four years.
Miss Mclson, director of Library Science Education, contrives, in some way unknown to ordinary mortals, to perform the herculean tasks of managing the college library, teaching advanced library classes, directing library education at MSTC, and advising the Library Science Club and the class of ’54.
Having acquired her B.S. and M.S. degrees at the University of Pennsylvania and her B.S. in Library Science Education at Drexel Institute of Technology, Miss Mclson joined the Millers-ville faculty in 1946.
In addition to her college duties, Miss Melson enjoys selecting books for her growing personal library. She also likes to travel and expresses a weakness for California, where it is possible to spend much time out of doors. At the moment her interests center around her newly acquired home in Camptown, Bradford County.
The class of 1954 expresses gratitude for her generous assistance.
83LUTHER H. AMMARELL, JR. Industrial Arts Reading
• Robin" . . math major, science
minor . . . has a friendly greeting for everyone ... got a "kirk” out of student teaching . . . enjoys sports, instrumental music, model building, and tropical fish collecting . . . staunch member of mathematics club . . . “That's about the size of it" . . . otic of the last survivors of the “Music Hall" gang . . . baseball team . . . loves to read science and mathematics literature ... a sure success with his perservancc . . .
WILLIAM RAY AMMARELL Industrial Arts Reading
“hill" . . January graduate . . . rooms with brother . . . blue eyes . . . black hair—crew cut . . . played intramural baseball ... a great believer in Sam's haircuts . . . member of basketball team for three years . . . constantly listens to the radio . . . geography minor . . . Pagite . . . Basslcr Geographic Society . . . IA Society . . . collects records of all kinds . . . " That is the most" . . . taught mechanical drawing at Reynolds junior High School and Manor Joint High . . .
FRANKLIN ANDREAS Industrial Arts Palmerton
“Frankie" . . . wood major, math minor . . . publicized home town with his colorful jacket "Palmerton Bears" . . . lour year man in college band . . . tuba virtuoso . . . favorite expression: “When do we eat?” . . . woodworking and leathercraft arc hobbies . . . member of IA Society for font years . . . lota Uimlxla Sigma . . . veep during senior year ... Mu Kappa Mu . . . intramural basketball . . . softball . . . taught IA on campus . . . one of the "Coalcracker" gang . . .
CURTIS B. ASPRIL
"Curt" or "Vogi” . . . short . . . handsome brunette . . . married to former Jean Gray bill . . . proud father of daughtet, Cathy Jean . . . biologs major . . . geography minor . . . taught geography and general science to eight It and ninth graders at John Reynolds Junior High, Lancaster . . . also taught a retarded group . . . inti iguing greenish blue eyes . . . likes semi-classical music . . . will eat chicken anytime . . . worked at Armstrong Cork Company last summer . . . baseball for four years—third baseman . . . Varsity Club . . . Alpha Phi Omega
DOROTHY MAY BAILEY Secondary Bristol
"Dot" . . . social studies major. Spanish minor . . . taught "core" across the street with "Ktafiy" . . . vice-president of Lyle Hall . . . one of the hockcv girls . . . Xcnophile . . . Normal . . . an old timer with ICG . . . loomed with Phyllis . . . "Lets go. gang!" . . . secretary of Women's Varsity Club . . . FTA . . . captain of the famous soft-hall team . . . her ideal meal: french fries, steak, and coffee . . . SCA . . . loves conventions . . . alwavs ready for fun . . . "Go get ’em.” . . .
THOMAS P. BARBUTI Secondary Yoc
"Tom” . . . transfer from York Junior College . . . social studies major . . . geography minor . . . commuter . . . usually in the Men's Dayroom . . . good debater . . . tall and handsome . life centers about wife Jean and daughter Kathy . . . loves a dinner of roast beef and mashed potatoes . . . avid reader . . . likes to take long hikes . . . enjoys listening to band music . . . finds travel interesting— especially likes visiting places unfamiliar to him ... a welcome addition to our class . . .
84LOIS MILLER BARNINGER
"Locust’ . . . blue eyes . . . light brown hair . . . taught third grade at George Washington Elementary, Lancaster . . . married Nelson last summer ... a Pee Knuckle Chateau regular . . . constantly with La Rue at school . , . loves to play pinochle with the gang . . . enjoys roller skating . . . always has knitting at hand to create masterpieces at leisure . . . master at sewing . . . likes hiking . . . loves to dance—especially to smooth music . . . traveled to Canada last summer . . . also worked at Wyeth laboratories. Marietta . . . FTA . . . Page Literary Society . . . ACEI ... a wonderful friend . . .
JANE L. BARR Elementary Lancaster
“Jane" . . . live wire . . . taught sixth grade at James Buchanan . . . tall . . . brown eyes . . . Pagite . . . loves to dance . . . spends Sunday nights dancing at YWCA lounge . . . freshman band majorette . . . ACEI . . . enjoyed reading stories at Heart Haven . . . sports lover—especially tennis . . . loves to gab . . . always on the go . . . likes sewing . . . finds life most enjoyable . . . advertising solicitor for Touchitone . . . day student . . .
JOHN C. BATOR Secondary Edwardsville
"Jake” . . . tame to MSTC from Wilkes College ... its loss. Millcts-xille's gain . . . math major. English minoi . . . months in Korea . . . intelligent and conscientious student . . . interested in journalism and short-story writing . . . summer schooler . . . appreciates both classical and ja music . . . enjoyed teaching the ninth graders at Reynolds Junior High . . . loves coffee . . . scry personable and likable guy . . . co-editor of Opus . . . enjoyed Dr. Boyer's calculus class . . . member of Newman Club. Mu Kappa Mu. and Publicity Committee . . .
CHESTER R. BAUGHER, JR. Elementary York
"Chet" . . . dorm student until senior scar . . . did student teaching in York . . . favorite hobby is eating . . . likes to read atom contemporary people . . . interested in political affairs . . . leans toward semi-classical music . . . sincere ami serious minded . . . active member of SCA, FTA. and Page four sears . . . chairman of World Student Service Fund drive dining his junior vear . . . blue eyes, dark brown hair . . . likes roast beef and mashed potatoes . . . booming voice . . . noted for sincerity . . .
JACQUELINE L. BECK
"Jackie" . . . Latin major. French minor . . . roomed with Pat on senior row . . . went to summer school . . . January graduate . . . Xcnophile Society . . did student teaching at Mc-
Caskcy first semester . . . Delta Phi Eta treasurer . . . never refuses chocolate cake . . . SCA . . . favorite hangout— the Sugar Bowl . . . Normalitc . . . ETA . . . enjoys playing pinochle . . . likes popular music ... is an adviser to a Y-Teen Club . . . enviable average . . . quiet and unassuming but loads of fun . . .
EDWARD H. BERGER Secondary Lancaster
"Ed” . . . blue-eyed brunette . . . intends to make the service a career . . . served 62 months with the Marine Corps Regulars and Reserve . . . married Merialys in January . . . major in geography . . . minor in history . . . taught geography, civics, and s| e!ling to Reynolds Junior High students . . . an out-of-doors man . . . especially likes to hunt and fish . . . Basslcr Geographic Society . . . three year mcm-torship in Newman Club . . . summer schooler . . . usually in dayrootn . . . a friendly, regular guy . . . January graduate .
85HAROLD K. BERGER Secondary York
"Hal” . . . handsome commuter with blond hair . . . transferred from York Junior College . . . two majors—mathematics and social studies ... a day-room card player . . . quite a gabber . . . steady basketball player . . . cool as a cucumber in a game . . . likes popular music . . . coached a baseball team for boys in York last summer . . . summer school . . . "How arc you hitting 'em?" . . . baseball and basketball squads for two years ... Mu Kappa Mu . . . Pagitc ... a great guy to have around . . .
JANET L. BINNER
Janet ... a four-years-in-three gill . . . the farmer's daughter . . . English major . . . kept summer school alive . . . an ardent ice hockey fan . . . brown hair and eyes, a flashing smile . . . one of Pat's girls at the Sugar Bowl . . . loves popular music and shrimp . . . English Club . . . played intramural volleyball and baseball . . . social studies minor . . . plugs pinochle parties in the dorm ... a friend in need . . . August graduate . . .
Industrial Arts Doylestown
"Chet" . . . commuter . . . brown hair . . . brown eyes . . transferred from General Motors Institute . . . metal major . . . taught metal and wood classes to students at Manhcim Township High School . . . also instructed youths at Boys Club . . . family includes wife Virginia and young son . . . likes sea food . . . attended summer school last summer . . . often studies in the library . . . “Yea” . . . finds woodworking extremely interesting . . . member of IA Society . . . accelerated . . . will graduate in August . . .
DR. VICTOR M. BOVE Secondary Bethlehem
"Doc" . . . good-looking . . . black hair . . . already a professional Doctor of Osteopathy . . . working for certification in teaching in spare time . . . served 34 months in Infantry ... a graduate of Moravian College. Rhode Island State University and Philadelphia College of Osteopathy . . . spent summer as a surgical resident at Lancaster Osteopathic Hospital . . mouth waters for delicious steak . . . classical music a "must" . . . major in science . . . minor in English . . . likes working with tools . . . painting . . . playing trumpet . . .
Industrial Arts Manhcim
"Bob" ... the ideal student . . . well-rounded personality . . . major in both IA and mathematics . . . arts and crafts director at New Hampshire summer camp . . . balanced books for Mu Kappa Mu, IA Society, Iota Lambda Sigma . . . math whiz . . . favorite foot! "ham 'n beans" ... at t editor of Touchstone . . . choir, four scars . . . Phi Sigma Pi ... a good enough wrestler to be in Varsity Club three years . . . Theatre Arts veep . . . secretary of both APO and Iota Lambda . . . represented MSTC at state track meet . . . automatic choice for "Who's Who” . . .
DORIS E. BROSSMAN Elementary Ephrata
"Dot" . . . Apple Queen . . . cute Dutch accent . . . student teacher for Mr. Torchia's sixth grade . . . claimed to be a lady wrestler to make her pupils listen . . . member of Lutheran Club . . . SCA . . . FTA . . . ACEI . . . Normalite . . . pounded the keyboard for Touchstone . . . sews las-dilating clothes . . . roomed with Betty . . . short and sweet . . . won acclaim on the soft ball diamond . . . most frequented spot: the nearest watei fountain . . . quiet . . ■ dejx-ndable . . .
EUDOXIE BRUBAKER Elementary Mt. Joy
"Doxic" . . . sparkling brunette with an infectious laugh . . . spent two anti a hall years as one of Pat and Edie's girls . . . active in dramatic . . . Cita-mard play junior year . . . senior plas . . . "Beautiful Brown I yes" . . . loves horseback tiding and nature walks . . . "Holy Cow" . . . shares a room with Minnie . . . devotes several evenings a month to ACKI, foreign Language Club. Page Literary Society . . . always attractively dressed . . . served delicious French and Italian cuisine as waitress last summer in northern Jcrsc .
ANNE MARIE CANTY Library Science Ephrata
Anne . . . tall . . . unusual combination of black hair and blue eyes . . . taught English to seniors at McCaskcy . . . second semester worked as a student librarian . . . avid reader . . . likes to fish . . . collects rcci| es . . . loves to dame . . . usually in Smoke Butt—reading, playing pinochle, or gabbing . . . also manages to visit the library . . . usually seen lushing to class with Joan . . . Pagite . . . New man Club . . . intramural basketball . . . English Club . . . newswritcr fot Snapper and Opus Stalls . . .
CADDEN Elementary Philadelphia
“Pat" . . brimming over with pep and energy . . . summer school . . . new husband Pete . . . taught in Miss Jcnning's kindergarten . . Women's
Varsity Club . . . assistant ait editoi on Snapper Stall . . . outstanding art istic ability . . . hobby: illustrating children's stotics . . . candidate foi Varsity Queen . . . All-College Hockey ream—third team . . . sjK-cial interest being a good teachet . . . "you'll have to come see our apartment now that it's all fixed up" . . .
LESLIE G. CARR Elementary East Berlin
Leslie . . . quiet, sweet personality . . . iranslcrrcd from Classboro Teachers College. New Jersey, her junior year . . . complains hall het time daily is spent commuting front East Berlin . . . loves keeping house lor husband Ray ... in spite of busy schedule still finds spare time lor reading and dancing . lound teaching fouitlt graders at the training school loads of fun . . . "Heavens above:" . . . likes lobsters and swing music . . . blushes beauti-lulls . . .
PETER J. CADDEN
"Pete" . . . taught sixth grade foi Miss Rhoads in the campus school . . . enjoyed coaching the youngsters' noontime lootball games . . . married Pat last Sept cm bet . . . lived in married couples dorm . . . loves to cat country style fried chicken ... a tan of Stan Kenton . . . often seen at the Sugai Bowl . . . s| ccial interests are sports and music . . . lootball—two vc-ais as quarterback, two as halfback . . baseball—two years as shortstop, two yeais as second baseman . . . also found time for Varsity Club. Page, and Newman Club . . .
ANITA CASSIMATIS Elementary York
"Cass" . . . transfer from Beaver College ... a countess in the senior plas . . . haunts the magazine section ol the library . . . traveled to St. Louis last summci . . . na y about cheeseburgers . . . "Oh! heart" . . . taste of dorm life . . . main interest is tropical fish . . . one of Mr. Potter's warblers . . Citamard . . . Page Literary- Society very pretty smile . . . Ezio Pinza favorite singer . . . faithful to Eastern star ... a bridge enthusiast . . . makeup committee for "Let Us Be Gay"
87JAMES B. CORTRIGHT Industrial Arts Berwick
"Big Jim" . . . tall with brown curly hair . . . grey eyes . . . metal major . . . history minor . . often seen at the Sugar Bowl . . . likes hunting and fishing . . . did tool and die work in a steel mill last summer . . . hails from the coal region . . . drives a tan Dodge -quite a cowboy driver . . . past president of Rod and Gun Club . . . loves out-of-doors . . . friendly . . . quiet and likable . . . will graduate in August . . .
JANE DALE Secondary Altoona
Jane . . . two majors, biological science and geography . . . out "Hello" girl . . . likes to hike, raises tropical fish, and writes poetry . . . would rather drive than eat . . . full time Bell telephone «| eiaioi . . . classical music . . . summer schoolet . . . five year plan . . . did student teaching second semester . . . interested in wild life . . . admits enjoying every stimulating minute of school . . . camera fiend . . . always ready to meet new and interesting people . . . looks forward to a teaching career . . .
JOAN LOUISE DcHART Library Science Lancaster
"Jo". . . pcppic little lass . . . spent last summer working in college library and .it summer school . . . news editor of Snapper and Opus . . . hockey squad for three years . . . Touchstone senior editor . . . i’agite . . . Library Science Club . . taught Eng-
lish at McCaskcy first semester . . . "made like" a librarian second semester . . . "Boy!" . . . curious . . .enforced hangout—library . . preferred hangout—Smoke Butt Alley or Rat Race . . . usually seen with Anne . . . constantly "recruits" for library science . . .
H. IRENE DENLINGER
"Rene" . . . pretty brunette cheerleader . . . capable prexy of Women's Varsity Club . . . also lent her services to Women's Basketball team . . . Women's Hockey team . . . SCA . . . ACE1 . . . ETA . . . Page . . . Touchstone . . . can always enjoy a good steak . . . tickles the ivories . . . efficient nurse's aid for Lancaster General . . . deserted the day room in senior year . . . taught second semester . . . made "Who’s Who" . . . one of the friendliest gals to be found anywhere sparkling brown eyes . . . always seen at sports events . . .
C. HAROLD DUNKLE Secondary Lancaster
"Dunk" . . . brown eyes . . . day student , . . darts and hearts . . . science major . . . mathematics minor . . likes to travel . . enjoys hunting, fishing and water skiing . . . calls Susquehanna River his favorite haunt . . . will eat anything as long as it is foot! . . . Executive Council Member of Mens Day Student Association . . . likes to tinker with automobiles . . . drives a Jeep . . . taught science to eighth and ninth graders at campus junior high . . . wonderful guy to know . . . January graduate . . .
CHARLES R. DUTILL Secondary Conshohocken
"Bud" . . . majored in math . . . English minor . . . stands ■ . .
"When do we eat?” . . . versatile ... a busy man on campus . . . plays piano and drums . . . likes sports . . . out lor basketball as "soph" . . . active in intiamurals . . . played three years in hand . . . band announcer this year . . . math clnl . . . choir as frosh . . . Alpha Phi Omega, four years . . . president of APO senior year . . .two years in IF council . . . SCA . . . World Student Service Chairman soph scat . . . Touchstone business manager . . . senior play . . . taught math and English at the training school . . . fills a big pair of shoes . . .GLENN CHARLES DUTTERER Elementary Littlcstown
Glenn . . . Operation Tree Tag is pet project . . . active Alpha Phi Omega brother . . . campus projects chairman of the fraternity junior year and corresponding secretary senior year . . . 1953 I'gly Man Contest chairman . . . Pagite . . . SCA cabinet member . . . .» smile for everyone . . . "Oh tny" . . . KI'A . . . one of "Maw" Kline's boys lor four years . . . loves camping and out-of-doot activities . . . always seen teasing someone . . . enjoys eating chicken . . . found teaching fifth graders at the campus school interesting .. .
. JACK ERNST Elementary Tremont
Jack . . . hails from the coal fields . . . rough, tough and husky . . . taught in training school—fifth grade . . . likes seafood . . . fond of blues and classical music . . . worked in Lancaster for past two summers . . . constant crew cut . . . likes sports—chiefly baseball . . . catcher for three years on the baseball team . . . Curt's buddy . . . Page . . . Varsity Club . . . Future Feachcrs of America . . . drives a powerful '37 Chevy . . . noted for wit and sense of humor . . .
JEANNE L ESBENSHADE Elementary Cochranville
"Jeanie" . . . one of Miss Jennings capable student teachers . . . originally studied library science but changed to elementary upon return to MSTC. after a two-year illness . . . conscientious and dependable . . . interested in church work . . . SCA cabinet . . . Intervarsity Christian Followship . . . rather shy . . . likes midnight snacks of juicy apples and prctrcls . . . semi-classical music . . . likes most animals, especially cats . . . treasurer of ACE! . . . president of Delta Phi Kta ... art work and children are her special favorites . . .
JOAN BRENEISEN ESHLEMAN Elementary Lancaster
Joan . . . day student . . . Pagite . . . many interests include sewing, dancing. and volleyball . . . loves to torment everyone . . . married Donald in April 1953—constantly writes letters to him in Koiea . . . outstanding asset—her pleasing jieisonality . . . comes from a long line of teachers . . . sjrends her summers as playground supervisor with Lancaster Recreation Association . . . demon at the wheel of her fathers Chevy . . . semi-classical music loser . . . can usually be found in the day room with Cinnv and Elise ... a spaghetti lover . . . pinochle whir . . . always smiling . . . loves to talk . . .
G. WALLACE EVANS, III Secondary Norristown
"Wally' or "Skiis" . . . familiar campus figure . . . leader in almost every activity . . . mathematics and physical science . . . tall and handsome . . . loves to eatll!—especially steak, french fries, and apple pic . . . "Where's the Deacon?" . . . roomed with Charlie . . . class veep for two years ... cocaptain of basketball team senior vear . . . master of rebound shots . . . three vcars of varsity ball . . . student council representative at large . . . prexy of Varsity Club . . . Page . . . Mu Kappa Mu . . . likable . . popular .. .
GEORGE A. FENIMORE
Industrial Arts Burlington, N. J.
Kes| ccttully "Mr. Fenimore" . . . 1A major in wood and minor in geography . . . served 39 months in the Naval Reserve . . . photography his main interest ... a master at chess . . . contested numorous games with Dr. Stine while at MSTC. . . . enjoys classical music . . . favorite food bananas . . . member of IA Society . . . Basslcr Geographic Society . . . FT A . . . entered MSTC at the age of -16 having attended no other colleges before this . . . oldest student . . . liked and admired bv all . . .
89MARLENE M. FERGUSON Elementary Quarryviile
"Rusty’ . . . beautiful auburn hail . . . taught first grade at the campus school . . . enjoys working with Girl Scouts . . . active interest in people . . . loves to write letters . . . likes howling . . . can't decide between dormitory and dayroom . . . Snapper . . . advertising solicitor for Opus . . . SCA . . . ACEI . . . FT A . . . Page . . . prefers popular or semi classical music . . . will eat fried chicken anytime . . . summer schooler . . . accelerated . . . will graduate in August . . . always ready lor stimulating conversation . . .
GLENN MARTIN FLEGAL . Elementary Clearfield
"Champ" . . . small but mighty . . . "Best in the West" . . . captain of wrestling team senior year . . . voted outstanding wrestler of 1952 . . . favorite hangout—room 250 . . . coaching s| orts his favorite interest . . . four year letterman . . . two-time PSTC champion . . . married Mona in December . . . summer schooler . . . Middle Atlantic Champion . . . Interstate Intercollegiate Individual Champion . . . worked in film library . . . active member of KTA . . . "Loose goose" . . . intramural softball . . . Federal Army Reserve . . . Varsity Club . . .
KAY NESS FICKES
"Kay" ... 5' 2" gal with pretty green eyes . . . In-longed to Page . . . lisualjx could lx found in Rat Race—playing pinochle of course . . . one of the summer school crowd . . . married on Valentine's Day '53 . . . left for a semester to go west with her husband . . . an August graduate . . . did her student teaching in third grade . . could often Ire heard saying "Sometimes I think you're almost cute" . . . lively and full of fun . . . enjoys whatever she does . . .
LARRY F. FREY
"Salty" . . . day student for three sears—dorm student for one . . . majored in English . . . geography minor . . . taught English in campus school-grades eight and nine . . . did some substitute teaching at his Alma Mater, Manhcim High School . . . excellent vocabulary ... an ardent angler—has some trophies to prove it . . . quite a journalist . . . married Betty in May 1953 . . . likes lobster tail and other sea foods . . . unorthodox batting stance . . . versatile athlete . . . baseball squad for two years . . . Page . . . Mens Varsity Club
WILLIAM R. FISHER
"Bill" ... a transfer to MSTC from Hcrshcy junior College . . . active in Citarnard . . . English Club . . . Xetto-philc Society ... a major in English . . . minor in German . . . shows a keen interest in studies and "home” . . . Bill heard those wedding bells summer of ’53 . . . wouldn't give up that cup of coffee with wife Grace each morning at breakfast . . . "It just goes to show you" . . . favorite pastime: reading . . . and oh, those candied sweet potatoes . . .
N. ELISE FREY Secondary Manhcim
"Lise" . . . frequently referred to as "the doctor" . . . conscientious student . . . willing helper . . . capable secret ary of Delta Phi Eta . . . Pagitc . . . FTA . . . ACEI . . . usually in the daytoom with Ginny and Joan . . . spends summers working at Jack's Snack Bar . . . commutes daily in her trusty '37 Studcbakcr . . . likes to read and sew . . . faithful ice cream consumer . . . avid miniature golf enthusiast . . . wonderful friend . . . serious . . known for her sincerity
DAVID MARTIN FRY Industrial Arts Fleetwood
"Dave" or "Vie" . . . wood and industrial arts major . . . math minor . . . taught drawing and shop to eighth and ninth grader of campus school . main interest is sjKjrts . . . loves to sing . . . rooter ol the "Bombers" . . . pitcher on baseball team four years . . . Varsity Club . . takes kidding good iiaturcdlv . . . lota Lambda Sigina . . . worked at Rat Race . . . was the "voice" on the loudspeakei during football season . . . intramural basketball . . . "Dutchman" . . . loves to laugh and joke . . .
PAUL E. GRAHAM
"Scooter" or "Monk" . . . cheerful . . . friendly biological science major . . . social studies minor .. . taught biology to sophomores at McCaskcy High School . . . proud of wife Virginia and daughter Vicki ... an excellent basketball player . . . also a golf and lishing enthusiast . . enjoys romping with Vicki . . . will eat pork chops anytime . . . works week ends at Penny's selling men's clothing . . . former vice-president of Men's Day Student Association . . . also served on
F.xccutivc Council . . . Normal Literary Society . . . graduated in January
JACQUELYN GLADYS GINDER Industrial Arts Quakertown
"Jackie" . . . transferred from Ursinus . . . special interest in leather work, carving, camping . . . faithful Girl Scout leader . . . FTA . . . Opus stall . . . plans to enter field of occupational therapy . . . SCA . . . summer school . . . took five-week vacation to the West and South . . . T.V. enthusiast . . . IA Society . . . honorary member of Dolphin Club . . . active in WAA . . . enjoys playing "sax" in band . . . always ready to help . . . weakness for lobster tail . . .
GLADYS GERALDINE GREIDER Elementary Dauphin
Gladys . . . transfer Iroin Sullins Junior College junior year . . . five foot two . . . long blonde tresses . . . loves to knit ami make clothes . . . can always be found in the student kit-then . . . worked as a telephone receptionist last summer . . . loves sea food . her third graders ate her pride and jov . . . goes home even weekend . . . SCA . . . enjoys semi-classical music . . . ACEI . . . often seen but not heard . . . neat dresser
ROBERT GOOD Secondary Abington
"The Ramrod" . . accelerated . . . January graduate . . . hails from Abington. suburb of Philadelphia . . . secondary: social studies major . . . did his student teaching in junior high . . . known as "Mr. Peepers" by his students . . . R-O-A-R . . . witty . . . proud possessor of the "Blue Canary" . . . creator of Cecil . . . able cartoonist ... art editor of Snapper and Opus . . . one of Mr. Porter's substantial tenors . . . Kalenkov. the mad Russian, in the senior play . . member of Alpha Phi Omega. Bassler Geographic, Rod and Gun Club . . .
"Dave” or "Reds" . . . tall . . . can't miss his red hair . . . biological science major . . . geography minor . . . taught sophomore biology at Manor High School . . . participated in Alpha Phi Omega activities . . . Men's Day Student Association . . . appreciates classical music . . . often seen in Rat Race or Men's Davroom Study . . . always goes for steak . . . enjoyed counseling work at Camp Chiquetan . . . deep interest in boy scouting and nautre study . . . quiet and reserved
91LOUISE GROSH Elementary Lancaster
Louise . . . transfer day student from Linden Hall . . . "That's neat!" . . . one of Mr. Porter's front row gals . . . active in ACEI . . . officer of Women's Day Student Organization . . . did student teaching in the fourth grade at James Buchanan school in Lancaster Township . . . last summer, found at summer school or Ocean City, N. J. . . . January graduate . . . pleasant . . . nice to be around . . fond of turkey . . . always wearing a smile . . .
PAULINE D. HAGERTY Elementary Horsham
"Paul” . . . tall, blond . . . president of WAA . . . spent summer as coun- eloi at Germantown Settlement Day Camp . . . SCA . . . enjoys life . . . always ready for fun . . . appreciates classical music . . . enjoys drawing and reading . . . Martha's roommate . . . liked Dr. Myers' history courses . . . "Not really" . . . ACF.I . . . an interest in the piano . . . often called n| on to do publicity work . . . Varsity Club . . always ready to help . . . umpired intramural softball games . . .
ROBERT S. HALL Elementary Philadelphia
"Bob" . . . blue eyes . . . accelerated . . . January graduate . . . summer schooler . . . elementary-intermediate . . . minor in driver training . . . naval reservist . . . lover of classical music and opera . . . "I'm tired'" . . . wedding bells in October . . . his hobby: his wife Barbara . . . enjoyed student teaching at the new Lafayette School except for correcting papers . . . swimming instructor . . . football manager . . . choir . . . Varsity Club . . . Alpha Phi Omega, two years . . . senior play . . . Page Literary Society
HOWARD T. HARRIS Industrial Arts Philadelphia
"Harry" . . . served fifty-one month' in US Navy . . . transferred to MSTC from Muhlenberg College . . . accclcr a ted - - - attended summer school twelve weeks last summer . . . engaged to Sidnic Ann Walker . . . likes semi-tlassieal music best . . . can put away a steak anytime . . . earned invitation to Phi Sigma Pi Fraternity . . . juggled the books for Phi Sig this year . . . lorn year member of IA Society and Page . . . SCA . . . worked at Lancaster Boys’ Club . . .
CHARLES H. HARTMAN Secondary Red Lion
"Charley" . . . spent his first semester at Lebanon Valley College . . . social studies major: geography minor . . . interests include golf and basketball . . made use of G'l" in JV basketball during freshman and sophomore year . . . Student Council president . . . Bassler Geographic Society treasurer . . . Phi Sigma Pi . . . relaxes to popu-lar and semi-classical music . . . active in ICG . . . industrious . . . FTA . . . Page . . . member of senior play cast . . always willing to help . . . one of the "Yorkers" . . . deserving recipient of Who's Who award . . .
RICHARD R. HECKLER Elementary Lansdale
“Shook" or "Dick" ... a terrific friend . . . May graduate . . . spent 36 months in Air Force . . . green eyes . . . "Cheese and Crackers" . . . hard worker at boiler factory during summer . . . class president his freshman year . . . held office two years in APO . . . vice-president of MCA . . . ham steak his favorite food . . . did student teaching in fourth grade . . . always ready for a good laugh . . . takes special interest in new and used cars . . . Inter-Fraternity Council . . .
92PAUL ROBERT HERR Secondary Milicrsvillc
"Spa " . . . never lets life get dull . . . social studies major . . . geography minor . . . taught seventh grade core curriculum at campus school . . . likes to read good books . . . card shark . . . rooter for the Boston Red Sox . . . "Donald" in the senior play . . . basketball manager . . . excellent first baseman . . . Varsity Club . . . treasurer of Page . . . golf enthusiast . . . "Ye gads. Gertie" . . . loves rare steak and pizza . . . swing music— particularly Glenn Miller or Ralph Flanagan . . . accelerated to graduate m three years . . . summer schooler . . . welcome class addition . . .
RONALD PERRY HOFFPAUER Secondary York
"Hoff" . . . life of the party . . . an active participant in ICG . . . social studies major . . . geography minor . . . Citamard prexy for two years . . . often seen in girls’ lobby and boys’ canteen . . . APO . . . Page . . . put dramatic skill to use in four Citamard plays and senior class play . . . thrives on breaded veal . . . staunch believer that the "donkey" knows best . . . state chairman of ICG's Natural Resource Committee ... a playground su| ervisor in summer time . . . likes popular and semi-classical music . . .
NANCY LOURENE HOWER Elementary Lititz
"Nan" . . . avid sports fan . . . likes spaghetti . . . blond hair . . . FTA . . . teaches Sunday school class at home . . . did student teaching second semester . . . attended both sessions of summer school . . . enjoys march music .. . SCA . . . August graduate . . . accelerated . . . favorite hangout—the gym . . . active in intramural sports . . . "Oh. heck!" . . . fond of drawing . . . moved into Lyle Hall for senior year . . . Normalitc . . . appreciative of all help . . . one of the quiet seniors . . . attended Fast Stroudsburg
MICHAEL HRESKO Elementary St. Clair
"Cass” 01 "Mike" . . . seen with Andy . . . coal cracker . . . accelerated . . . veteran of 18 months in army . . . transferred from Kent State University in Ohio . . . taught sixth grade in the campus school . . . likes sports and teaching games to children . . . also stamp collecting . . . rare steak is his favorite food . . . polka music . . . hangs out in Rat Race . . . choir . . . MCA . . . FTA . . . Page Literary Society . . . Rod and Gun Club . . . intramural softball . . .
JAMES WENDELL HUBBARD
Industrial Arts Ardmore
"Jim" . . . blue eves . . . brown hair . . . usually found in the Industrial Arts building . . . radio minded—his room is a tangle of wires . . . also interested in other types of electrical and mechanical work . . . president of Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship . . active in evangelistic work . . . now plays tromlione in gospel services . . . Band . . . SCA . . . Page . . . Rod and Gun Club . . . IA Society . . . Iota l ambda Sigma . . . electrical major . . . geography minor . . . industrious . . . wonderful to know . . . sincere
T. ANNE JOHNSTONE Elementary Lancaster
"Annie” . . . charming personality . . . hazel eyes . . . one of Mr. Porter’s "jungle singers" . . . taught second grade at James Buchanan in Lancaster . . . bridge fiend . . . proud fourth-finger left hand girl . . . Jack . . . summer supervisor of Hamilton Park playground . . . part of the Root, Kraft, and Schotta bridge combo . . . Page . . . Choir . . . Delta Phi Eta . . . FTA . . . secretary of Women’s Day Student Association . . . Smoke Butt Alley regular . . . tea drinker . . . lovely alto voice . . . solo in "lolanthc” lover of good music plus "Rock the Joint" . . . one ol the greatest . . .
93PHYLLIS ANN KEELEY Library Science Ho-Ho-Kus, N. J.
Phyllis . . . guiding diplomat of ICG . . . geography minor . . . FTA . . . thief entertainer of senior row . . . "Penny" in senior play ... in love with New York Cits . . . modern dance enthusiast . . never at a loss for words . . . eager to tell you where she lives . . . Touchstone . . . loves to sing, dance, anti whistle . . . intramural softhall . . . usually seen scurrying across campus with "Pee Wee" and "Jo" . . . represents WCA in Student Council . . . Welfare . . Library Science Club . . . Normalitc . . "Coming!—In a minute!" . . .
EARL E. KLINE Elementary Dover
"EEK" . . . transfer from York Junior College . . . enjoys sports, particularly baseball . . . likes chicken and popular music . . . worked as an assembler in the York Corporation last summer . . . elementary-intermediate . . . treasure! of Men's Community Association . . . member of FTA and Snapper . . . spent two years in choir . . . the quiet type—until you get to know him . . . member of the dining room committee . . . Mr. Champa's lab assistant . . . remember that leaking roof in the old dorm? . . .
MABEL A. KEEMER Elementary Lancaster
"Mabc” ... an energetic bundle sparked by an extraordinary personal-it ... Varsity Queen. 1952 . . . class secretary for three years . . . Dolphin Club, president . . . Shirley's roomie . . . became .t resident student senior year . . . former Smoke Butt regular . . . SC A . . . outdoor enthusiast . . . ACE1 . . . active Pagitc . . . Citamard . . . past secretary and treasurer of the Day Student Association .. . enjoys making ceramic objects for her friends . . . "Alice" in the senior play . . . always perfectly groomed . . . has a special interest in people . . . worthy recipient of Who's Who award . . .
ELIZABETH ANN KLINE Secondary York
"Liz" . . . math major, social studies minor . . . engaged to Ken . . . roomed with "Pec Wee" on senior row . . . Welfare . . . Citamard . . . can't resist spaghetti or french fries . . . FTA . . . worked as a secretary in the York Hospital last summer . . . Mu Kappa Mu . . . enjoys knitting and sewing . . . SCA . . . played with the softball champions last spring ... a four year ICC girl . . . likes semi-classical music . . . student teaching second semester . . . always ready for a good laugh . . .
MIRIAM KILMER Elementary Port Royal
"Mini" . . . liny green-eyed blonde . . .' frincdly . . . taught third grade in Laboratory School . . . outdoor girl —likes picnicking and hiking . . . Nor trial ite . . . FTA . . . ACEI . . . likes anything chocolate . . . favorite expression: "Gce-sucy” . . . Sugar Bowl . . . became a member of Citamard in Junior year . . . Senior play cast . . . makes an exceptionally nice appearance . . . enjoys popular and semi-classical music ... a sweet disposition . . . interested spectator at all major sjrorts events . . . loves to travel . . . hopes someday to visit Hawaii . . .
MARY ANN KRAFT Secondary Lancaster
"Krafty" . . . Touchstone editor . . . tops in everything . . . major in math and English . . . avid biidgc player . . . semi-classical music . . . student adviser of Opus . . . Page . . historian of Delta Phi Eta . . . F I A . . . Mu Kappa Mu . . . Day Student Council . . . changed to dormitory status senior sear . . . Lancaster Newspapers . . . taught math and social living . . . journalistic writing . . . Smoke Butt Alley . . . "Anyone for tennis?" . . . Who’s Who . . . English award in junior year . . . Dean's list regular . . . Snapper editor in junior year . . .
DONALD KUTZ Industrial Arts Glen Lyon
•Doit" . . . majored in wood shop . . . general science minoi . . cli I his student leaching at McCaskcy . .
.V 8" . . . blond . . . loves to |M lka . . . put up with Maginsky as a roomie . . Rod and Gun Club . . Newman Club . . . Normal . . . Iota Lambda sigma Fraternity . member of National Advisory Council . I Society . . . coached the "Coalcrackcis" favorite chow: pyrogis. steak . . . worked lor General Motors last summer - - - lived olf campus as freshman . . . member of the trio: Andreas. Maginsky. and Km . . . "Sceya" . . .
MARTHA RUTH LEHMAN Elementary Locust Dale
"Matty” . . one ol Mr. Porter's warblers . . . Normalite . . . minister's daughter . . . Pauline's roomie . . . I-’TA . . appreciates classical
music . . - seen pouring cocoa every morning . favorite food is chicken pot-pie .. "My heavens!" . . . member ot Women's Athletic Association Council . . . umpired intramural softball games . . . SCA . . . ACEI . . . gray-green eyes . . . spends leisure time reading . . . enjoys doing embroidery work . . . always willing to assist . . . quiet—most of the time .
ERMA M. LANDIS Secondary Telford
Erma . . . transferred from Eastern Mcnnoniic College . . . tiny— 5’2" . . light brown hair . . . hazel eyes . . . German major . . . social studies minoi .. . taught POD to seniors at Manor |oiut High School . . . enjoys listening to Marian Anderson's German selections . . . also fond of Schu-ben and Beethoven . . . interested in ornithology . . . avid reader . . . hikes in the mountains . . . loves to ttavcl . . . will eat lobster tail anytime . . . a Porter songster for two seats . . Page . . . constantly asking "Where arc my car keys?" . .
R. DEAN LEMON Industrial Arts Herndon
"Lemon” . . majored in wood . . . minoral in geography . . . enjoyed shop work . . . likes music in semi-classical vein . . . energetic worker . . . helped run canteen in boys' dorm . . . consistent mail carrier . . . "Any dry cleaning?" . . . president of Iota Lambda Sigma senior ycai . . vice-pi csident of grand chapter . . . Inter-liatemity Council . . . IA Society . . . Basslcr Geographic Society . . . Lutheran Club . . . likes lobster tail . . . drew lor Lancaster architect Iasi summer . . .
ALBERT M. LEANZA Secondary Lititz
l" . . . oiii dark and handsome one . . . Citaniard . . . pinochle cohort . . . gieai dancer . . . likes popular anti scmi-clas.Mc.il music . . . regular at the Rat Race . . . worked as landscaper last summer . . . math major . . . Page . . . s|K»rts spectator . . . made quite a hit with the ninth grade girls . . . "Ed" in the senior play . . . minured in Mr .Basslci . . . taught fot Mins Cress . . . active in dramatics .it MS EC . . . commuting student . . .
ISABELLE L. LONG
"Issy” . . . blond hair and blue eyes . . . captain of the cheerleaders . . . mat lied Jimmy last June . . . vice president of Women's Varsity Club . . . roomed with Rcta in the party room . . . co-captain of the hockey team . . . "Just a sec!" . . . likes pork cho| s for dinner . . . SCA . . . vice president of Normal . . . enjoys popular music . . . very enthusiastic tennis playct . . . lovely to look at . . . always busy ... a queen of the Mardi Gtas her sophomore year . . .
95VIRGINIA HORST LOEWEN Elementary Brownstown
"Ginny" . . . pretty curly hair . . . quiet and likable . . . sincere . . married Henry in December . . . usually seen in the dayroom with Joan and Elise . . constantly says
“I should study" . . . always ready foi a gix»d laugh . . . last summer worked in a bank . . . also played clarinet lor a local band . . . enjoys reading and watching T.V. . . . candied sweet |K tatocs her favorite food . . . listens to classical music with her husband . . . Pagitc . . . wore white and red ribbon for Delta Phi Eta . . . FTA . . . ACEI . . .
JOHN LYTLE Secondary York
"Lightning" . . . always smiling . . . transfer from YJC in sophomore yeat . . one of those loyal York commuters senior year . . . joined the married ranks the summer of 53 by marrying Anne, a former Millersville student . . can be seen any night at Dairy Queen making ice cream—could he the tcason lie likes rich milk shakes . . . enjoys all sports—golf in particulai . . . member of Newman Club . . . Rod and Gun Club . . . Page . . . major in German—minor in English
ROBERT E. McCANN Secondary Philadelphia
"Bob" . . . English major, social studies minor . . . came to MSTC from Hershey Junior College ... a definite asset to Millersville . . . included among his hobbies arc music, all spoils, dancing, and philosophy . . . Phi Sigma Pi honor fraternity . . . plays Inst trumpet in the band . . . Normal Literals . . . Newman Club . . . wintiei of the Wright-VVentzel Memorial Award . . . can talk a "Blue Streak" . . . ICG . . . Inter-Fraternity Council . . . Touc ntone staff . . . deserving recipient of Who's Who . . .
Library Science Rosemont
"Jo". . . . transferred from Temple in her sophomore year . . . president of the Library Science Club . . . co-captain of the hockey team . . . lived on senior row . . . usually seen with "Pee Wee" and Phyllis . . . did student teaching at Edward Hand . . . social studies minor . . . SCA . . . Normalite . . . went to summer school . . . Women's Varsity Club treasurer . . . member of Welfare . . . favorite hangout—over a cup of coffee . . . "How late will we be up ionite?" . . . always willing to help . . .
JOHN MAGINSKY Industrial Arts Ashley
"Jack" . . . IA major in metal shop . . . math minor . . . taught mechanical drawing at Reynolds Junior High . . . great s| omman . . . hunting and fishing . . . wrestling ... an avid "Coalcrackcr" . . . played intramurals for that outfit . . . famous threesome: Maginsky, Rut , and Andreas . . . hopes to teach in Northeastern Pa. . . . roomed with Kutz . . . will cat spaghetti and meat balls anytime . . . likes marches and polkas best . . . Band . . . Newman Club . . . Iota Lambda Sigma . . . IA Society . . . Theater Arts . . . Normal . . . likes archery . . . drives faithfuP'Boat" . . . sack man . . . "How about that!" . . .
JOHN M. MADEIRA Industrial Arts Harrisburg
"Johnny" . . . transferred from Elizabethtown College after freshman yeai . . . wood major . . . Spanish minor . . . attended school, worked, loafed, and enjoyed life last summer ... ice cream is favorite food . . . listens to popular and semi-classical music . . . plays the piano . . . Page Literary Society . . . IA Society . . Xenophile Society . . . ETA . . . taught classes in wood and leather to seventh and ninth giade at the campus school and Reynolds Junior High in Lancaster . . .ALFRED J. MARCELLO, JR.
"Skip" . . . one of the handsomest . . . brown eves . . . brown hair . . . winning smile . . . taught sophomores and juniors at Columbia High School . . . major in biological science . . . geography minor . . . enthusiastic about teaching . . . lives at 22 Cottage Avenue. Millcrsvillc with wife Hilda . . . former dorm resident . . . likes spaghetti and pirra . . . worked for Pennsylvania Railroad last summer . . . four years of baseball in ccntcrficld . . . basketball team . . . JV basketball coach . . secretary of Men's Varsity Club . . . junior class president . . . Pagitc . . . Alpha Phi Omega . . .
NANCY LEE MOODY
"Moody" . . . grey-eyed blond . . . enjoyed student teaching second semester . . lived on senior row . . . "Oh‘ it’s frabjous" . . . ACKI . . . enjoys classical music ... a Pagitc . . . played on that famous intramural softball team . . . F 1A . . . favorite hangout is the library . . . SC A . . . loves to teat! and sketch . . . will go out ol her way for animal crackers and crackerjacks . . . one ol the small quiet ones . . . steady customer at Sugar Bowl on Fridays . . ambitious
LOIS TODD MORGAN Elementary Lancaster
Lois . . . mother of twin l»oys . . . taught in Manheim Township. Brecht School . . . "Milt" . . . fried chicken, her favorite dish . . . Day Student Council . . . member of Student Council - . . active in Page . . semi-classical
and classic music . . . Penn Stale . . . "You bet” . . . tickles the HK keys . Lancaster Newspapers . . . January graduate . . . always l us . . . beautiful soprano voice . . summci schooler . . . active church workci . . . lends a helping hand . . . Smoke Butt Alley . . . a smile for everyone . . .
LaRUE MORINGSTAR Elementary Lancaster
La Rue . . . enjoyed teaching second grade at George Washington in Lancaster . . . one of Mr. Porters four-veal faithfuls . . . Pagite . . . ACF.I . . . FTA . . . joins the davroom luncheon pinochle club . . . usually seen with Lois and Ellen . . . proficient knittet —anytime, anywhere . . . plays piano and organ . . . enjoys both classical and popular music . . . likes to roller skate . . . infectious giggle . . . watermelon is her favorite food . . . spent past summer in a control laboratory testing medical preparations . . . dark brown hair . . . expressive eyes . . .
JEANNINE C. MORRISSEY
Jeannine . . . sophisticated ... a brown-haired, bluc-cvcd fashion plate . . . Pagite . . . lover of jazz and Dixie-dancing . . . often at YWCA Lounge . . . fascinated by anything ultramodern . . . artistic talent . . designs own clothes . . noted lor originality . . . a Porter songstei for four vcais . . . ACE I . . . FTA . . . enjoys spoils as a spectator and participant member of intramural voiles ball championship team 1953 . . . taught second grade at Lafayette School loved every moment . . . "It is wonderful!" . . .
R. ALAN NEWCOMER Secondary Lancaster
"Al" . . . twenty months in I’S Army . . . history major . . English minot . . . plans to attend Penn State for M.A. . . . may somedav Ire a school psychologist . . . taught tore at training school . . . likes classical and semi classical music . . . senior class play . . . able president of Phi Sigma Pi this year . . . three years vet of tennis team . . . Varsity Club . . . Normal Literary Society . . . ICG . . . Snapper staff . . . publicity committee . . . enjoys reading, hiking, swimming, photography . . . likes fried chicken . . . headed Interfraternity Council . . . Who's Who . . .
97MARION R. NEY Elementary Marietta
Marion . . . day student with a taste of dorm life . . . did student teaching in fourth grade at James Buchanan School . . . enjoys music, reading, spores, and dancing . . . likes spaghetti . . . 5'2" . . . prefers her music smooth and dreamy . . . “You said it!" . . . country gal . . . Eddie Fisher fan . . . member of the hockey team her sophomore year , . . contralto soloist in The Messiah two years . . . one of the cvcr-faithful Portcrites . . . member of SCA. FTA, and ACEI . . . worked at Armstrong . . . intramural volleyball . . . Jane Frohman in the Dolphin Water Show . . .
ELLEN M. PAINTER Elementary Lancaster
Ellen . . . brown-eyed brunette . . future politician . . . president of the teen-age Republican Club in Lancas ter . . . usually seen in the dayroont with l.ois and La Rue . . . likes to play pinochle and knit during leisure hours . . . a shutter bug . . . helps direct a cherub choir . . . favorite music is classical . . . loves a special concoction called fancy pants hamburgers . . I’agile . . . FTA . . . ACEI . . . enjoys subtle humor . . . had a wonderful time with the kindergarten children at Wickersham School. Lancaster . . .
"Pat” . . . commuter . . . one of Heelers supersonic salesclerks over the weekends . . . did student teaching first semestet at Keigart Elementary in Lancaster . . . likes to make hci own clothes—skirls are her specialty . . . loves to swim and hike . . . shared part of the day rooms with Jane, Peggy. Marion, and Jeanuine . . . Page Literary Society . . . Women's Day Student Council representative during junior year . . . orchestra member for two years . . . swam for Dolphin Club . . .
ROBERT D. PALEY Secondary Woodbine
"Bob" . . . math major. English minor . . . dorm student . . . booming bass in choir for four seasons , mcmbc-i of Phi Sigma Pi loi three seats . . brilliant math man prexv «»l Math Club senior year . sports editoi of the Opus . . . Touchstone . ably represented the senior class in Student Council . . . chess enthusiast . . loves all kinds of music . . . gills agtec he's a smooth dancer . . . likes dramatics, sports. I looks and chocolate milkshakes . . "Mr. Vocabulary" . . . sununci school . . . ambition—college prof . . . "See ya" . . .
PATRICIA ECKENRODE OVERHOLT Elementary York
"Pat" . . . January graduate . . . married MSTC alumnus in December . . . abandoned dormitory in senior year to do student teaching in York . . . loved her second grade cherubs . . likes singing, dancing, and reading . . . important member of hull sessions in smoker . . . amazing abilitv to get things done ahead of time . . . an enthusiastic spectator at sj oits events . . . Newmanite . . . ncwswrit.er for Snapper . . Normal Literary Society . . . member of I93S intramural soft-ball champs . . .
ANDREW' PANKO Industrial Arts St. Clair
"Andy" . . . metal major . . . geo. graphs minor ... a veteran of 53 months in the Ait Forte . . . traveled over most of the globe ... a family man . . . loves hunting and fishing . . . worked in most aspects of the building industry licfote entering MSEC . . . yearns for delicious, juicy steaks . . . interested in mechanics . . . taught at Manor High School. Man-heim Township High School. Campus Junior High, and the Bovs’ club . . . has broad understanding ol human nature . . . accelerated to graduate-in January . . .
98GLORIA J. PATTERSON Elementary Stewartstown
"GIo" . . . member of Senior row . . center-fielder for intramural softball champions . . . vice-president of Lutheran Club . . . prefers semi-classical music or blues . . . taught first grade with Bernice . . . "Honest?" . . . Pagite . . . enjoys ice hockey and basketball . . . ACF.I . . . often seen at Rat Race . . . brown hair, brown eyes ... a weakness for spaghetti . . . FTA . . . disc jockey lot Senior row . . . informed her friends from the city about the farm . . . sometimes carried away by that giggle
SHIRLEY R. PFEIFFER
"Shirl" . . can usually lie found in
the recreation lounge ... a study in neatness . . . pretty brown eyes . taught second grade in the training school . . . was a banket last summei . . . member of Lutheran Club , . . Pagite . . . sings for Mr. Porter . . . Secretary of Women's Community scoriation her junior year ... FIX . . . active in ACF.I . . . "Good Land!" . . . nominated lor t uceii of Varsity Drag and Sweetheart Dance . . . loves good home cooking . . . Mabel's roommate . . . verv industrious . .
ANTHONY M. PAVIGLIANITI Elementary Paulsboro, N. J.
"Tony’' . . . friendliness one of his l esi assets . . . likes all sports. cs| e daily football . . . Normalitc . . . active in MCA . . member of New
man Club and Varsity Club . . student teaching in sixth grade takes pinochle very seriously . . . loses spaghetti . . . helps support the Rat Race and Sugar Bowl . . . favorite music semi-classical . . cnjo s dancing ardent Yankee fan . . . worked on road construction during the summei . . . often found in the "sack" . . .
WILLIAM KENNETH PHILLIPS Industrial Arts Riverside, N. J.
"Bill" . . . old man of the seas . . . four year Navy veteran . . . saw serv-
ice in the North Atlantic as a diesal motor machinist mate . . spent two ears as a rigger and eighteen months in a textile dve factory before coming to MSTC . . . Philadelphia area boy . . . graduated from Frankford High School . . . majored in Industrial Arts . . . minored in geographv . . . leather and graphic arts his favorite subjects . . . always laughing . . . good addition to any group . . .
ROBERT LINN PEFFLEY Secondary Lancaster
"Bob" or "PefT" . . . brown curly (lewctit . . . married to Gloria. MSTC graduate . . . one child resides in Millersville . . . likes all food and all music . . . enjoyed Dr. Lingcnfeltcis classes . . . likes to read . . . haul worker . . varsity football squad four years . . . Co-Captain Senior year . . . scored only touchdown made in 1953 season . . . Varsity Club . . . freshman class veep . . . cheerful beaming personality . . . teamed with wife as playground supervisor in Lancaster last summer . . .
RUDOLPH PITTELLI, JR. Industrial Arts Philadelphia
"Rudy" or "Rub-a-dub" ... a January graduate . . . thinks "bop" music is the greatest ... a spaghetti fan . . . IA Soviets . . . plavs basketball and tennis in spare time ... hangs out at the Rat Race . . . taught drawing at Reynolds Junior High School . . . "Cedar” and "Rudy" — pinochle champs . . . metal shop major . . . minored in clc-uieiit.ii v industrial arts . . . has dancing Icei . . Newman Club ... a summer schooler . . . "That's cool" . . . roaming cassanova . . . intramural sports
99CHARLES F. PODLESNY
Elementary West Hazleton
"Deacon" . . . music lover . . . especially "bop" ami dixieland . . . goes for spaghetti and meat balls in a big way . . . summer school . . . smooth dancer . . . hangs out in room 205 . . . "sack" enthusiast . . . stands 5’10“ . . . standout in varsity basketball— co-captain of team . . . treasurer of senior class . . . Newman Club . . . vice-president last scar . . . played intramural softball . . . Varsity Club . . . Page ... a coalcracket . . . roomed with Wally . . . head groundskeeper fot baseball and football . . . popular . . . will enter Army in July
MARGUERITE ELIZABETH PORTSER Elementary Lancaster
"Peggy" . . . beautiful brown curls . . . taught first grade at James Buchanan Elementary. Lancaster . . . excellent swimmer . . . engaged to Walt, MSTC grad . . . likes music and baseball . . . works at Hcrt lcr's summers and weekends . . . clarinetist in Band . . . active in ACEI . . . participated in intramural s| orts . . . member of Normal Literals Society . . . extensive wardrobe . . . charming smile .. . livens Women's Day Student Room and Rat Race . . .
ANDREW PREMICH Elementary St. Clair
"Prim" . . . veteran ... 18 months hitch in Army . . . worked on Pennsylvania Railroad last summei . . . "Oh! Nly heart!" . . . likes steak . . . tall and dark . . . curly hair . . . transferred from Kent State I niversitv. Kent. Ohio . . . taught sixth grade in campus school . . . likes football and basketball . . . wood carving . . . stamp collecting . . . Rod and Gun Club . . . Page Lilerarv Society Men's Community Association . . intramural s| orts . . .
JOSEPH E. RADER
"Joe" . . . handsome with black hail and brown eyes . . . known for outstanding musical talent . . . plays the organ beautifully . . . attended an organists’ convention in I'tica. N V.. last summer . . . faithful band member . . . prefers classical music pot roasts are his favorite lood . . good nat tired . . . loves to joke . . enjoys subtle humor . . . found teaching fifth graders at Jacob F.ichholt School. Lancaster, highly interesting . . . accelerated . . . January graduate
NANCY M. RAEZER Secondary Lancaster
"Nan" . . . history major . . . German minor . . . likes to read . . . dorm student senior yeat . . . loves to cat in general . . . spends summers as playground supervisor . . . Xenophile . . . Page . . . Touch lotic stall . . . Opus stall . . . English Club . . . Delia Phi Eta's chief doughnut salcsladv . . "Who's Who'" . . . demure blue
eves . . . well-concealed sense of humoi . . . writes | oetry . . . did student teaching at Manor Joint High School . . . "A" student . . . "That sounds logical" . . . Wickcrsham award .
SHIRLEY E. RANCK Elementary Lancaster
"Shirley' . . will never fotget het fourth graders at I.afavette . . . faithful member of Mr. Portet's musical aggregation . . . always ready lor a hot pinochle game . . . member of the day room luncheon club . . . often seen with Jeannine and Peggy . . . proud possessoi of a third-finger left hand ornament . . . s|K-nt her summer on the Armstrong assembly line . . . usually cpiict and reserved . . . looks forward to teaching . . . commutes between I ancasiet and Perkasic
ELEANOR S. REESE
Library Science Ebensburg
"Pec Wee" . . . always full of fun and loves io laugh . . . hall leader for Senior row . Spanish minoi . did student leaching in Columbia early riser . . . went to summer school . . . Xcnophilc . . . roomer! with "Li ” . . . always ready to defend led Williams . . . also Ben Hogan fan . . . Library Science club . . SCA I I . . . can l c seen running to the Library Science Room with |o and Phyllis .. . "What do we have to do for tomorrow?' . . .
PATRICIA I.. REHMEYER Elementary York
“Pat" . . . tall, brown haired gal . . . taught second grade with "Kathy" . . . likes to play cards at the Rat Rate . . . roomed with "Jackie” . . ACT.I . . . went to summer school . . . another Normalitcr . . . graduated in January . enjoys a good roast duck dinner . . . "Oh. don't be silly!" . . . favorite music is New Orleans dixieland . . . poster painter first semester . . . often seen at Sugar Bowl eating a pineapple sundae . . . tnav be found at Rchtncycr's in York . . .
GEORGE THOMAS RESAVY Elementary Duryea
"George" . . . hails from northeast part of the state . . coalcrackcr . . . dark brown hair . . . 6'3" . . . likes lobster tail and sweet solt sentimental music . . . "Take it easy" . . . taught sixth grade in Campus School worked
in Poconos last summer . . . declares he liked student teaching . . . interested in driver and safety education great rooter for the Cleveland Indians . . . president of Newman Club this scar . . Varsity Club treas-
urer . . . played four years of varsity baseball . . . versatile player . . . hopes to coach . . .
MAX RILEY Secondary Roaring Springs
"Max" . . head waiter in dining hall
. . "How many staying this weekend?' . . . science major . . . mathematics minor . . . halfback on Marauder football squad . . . chemistry and physics laboratory assistant . . . likes spaghetti and french fries . . . conscientious student . . . vice-president of FTA . . . Roddy Scientific Society . . Mu Kappa Mil . . . Phi Sigma Pi . . . enjoys hiking, camping, and traveling . . . often takes trips just for fun . . . worked in a steel mill during summers . . . one of Mr. Anderson’s mathematicians . . .
GEORGE D. ROBB
"George” . . . blue eyes . . . curly crew cut . . . transfer from Penn State . . . science and social studies . . . taught biology to sophomores at Me-Caskey . . . day student . . . attended summer school ... loses classical music .. . never misses a concert . . . chases insects for his collections . . . thinks there is no language like German ... a good cook . . . spaghetti lover . . . fan of the Princeton "Tigers" . . . often in the dayiooni . . . pinochle Ian . . . would like to live in California or Colorado . . . Ein Freund von Jedermnmi . . .
DOLORES LOUISE RONCA Elementary Bethlehem
"Loric" . . went to Penn State and
liked MSTC so much she came back . left her belter half at home . . . devout Catholic . . . treasurer ol Newman Club . . . ACEI . . . FTA . . . Normalitc . . . summer schooler . . . enjoys swimming, dancing, and reading ... a unique laugh . . . an out door enthusiast . . . crazy about children . . . boasts a prize for the most beautiful home in Bethlehem at X-mas . . . "What a pity!" . . . claims a magnetic attraction for her lied . . .
CONSTANCE MAUREEN ROOT Secondary East Petersburg
■•Connie” . . . one ol the prettiest driving instructors around . . lived in dorm senior year . . lot met Smoke Hutt Alley tegular ... tan honestly say she enjoyed her ninth grade . . . true lover of Dixieland . . . shrewd bridge player . . . found time foi choir . . . Page . . . Touchstone . . . Citamard . . . FT A . . . math major . . . geography minor . . . Mu Kappa Mu secretary lor two years ... exchange editor for Snapper and Opus . . . thinks driving through heavy traffic is the greatest . . . summer schooler . . . never runs down . . .
JOHN PAUL SARGENT
Industrial Arts Narberth
"Saigc” . . . electricity major, social studies minor . . . had a grand time with his sixth graders at the training school . . . basso pi of undo (ot Mr. Porter four years . . . loves the great outdoors . . . swimming and fishing . . . enjoys popular music ... a pinball machine fiend if ever there was tine . . . kept Pat Rylce in business with his tolfcc and doughnut orders . . . iitcmbci of IA Sot ict . . . the most soitght-aftci man on campus during laundrv time . . .
FRANCIS A. SAVASTANO Industrial Arts Folsom
"Joost” . . . transferred from Drexel lech . . . minor in history draftsman for Wcstinghousc Corporation during summer . . . "What say. dad-d !" . . . vice picsident of Varsity Club . . . night-clubber . . . great "Imp" fan . . . one of the campus crooners . . loves to imitate other songstciv . . . guard on football team conscientious student . . . played intramtiial basketball and softball . . . jet black hair . . frequently seen in Sugat Bowl . . . talent for making others laugh . . . Newman Club . . .
ANTHONY C. SAX Secondary Harvey’s Lake
"Tony" . . . tugged individualist . . . industrious enough to major in both geography and social studies . . . business acumen, and how! . . . class president sophomore year . . . took cate of the football team’s bumps anti bruises for four years . . . held a full time job at the Armstrong lab while at summer school . . . enjoys Mr. Bass-ler's dry humor . . . golfing enthusiast . . . “Like a tiger" . . . Southern District FTA president . . . Page . . . Rod and Cun Club . . . Bassler Geographic . . . Varsity Club . . . printed sports programs two years . . .
HENRY JAMES SCHILLING
Industrial Arts . Manheim
"Hammerin’ Hank" . . . noted for his unique automobiles . . . January giaduatc . . . majored in Industrial Arts . . . uiinorcd in biological science . . . did student teaching at Edward Hand Junior High . . . taught metal 'hop . . . outdoor sportsman . . . likes fishing and swimming . . . enjoys traveling . . . can be found working on his car . . . favorite food is spaghetti . . . folk ballads . . . went to summer school . . worked as a diaftsntati part-time during summer . . tall . . . hazel eyes . . .
JAMES J. SCHILLING Elementary Kingston
"Brisky" . . . coalcracket . . . transferred from Blooittsburg- S FC . . . taught fifth grade with Rcta . . . worked at Armstrong Cork during summer . . . can’t say "no" to fried thicken . . . handsome . . . enjoys '(lending free hours in the sack . . . "What 'its. Duke?" . . . Newmanile . . . will don khakis in July . . . one of the "mat" boys for three yean . . . loaf' at Rat Race . . . Page Literary Society . . . fond of hit tunes . . accused of practical jokes . . .
FRANKLIN E. SCHMITT Industrial Arts Wanaquc, N. J.
"Frank" . . one of those "Jerseyites” quiet wide grin . . . IA Mu jot . . did student teaching in Manheim t ownship . . reliable and sincere . . . extensive wardrobe . . . appreciates classical music . . . luboted for his lather lust summer . . . member of Page . . FTA . . IA Society . . . Iota I umlxla sigma . . . Touchstone stall . . , Heckler’s roommate for font years . . . medium rare steaks , . . likes rats . . . travels long distances to see loothall games . . portrayed "Tony"
in the senior class play . . . vers industrious . . .
BERNICE ELLEN SHARP Elementary Havcrtown
"Bernie" . . . inhabitant ol Senior row . . . MSIC’s buss sign-maker . "Miss Wellington" in senior plus . . . loves fun—anytime, anywhere . . . favorite music— | opular and Potter . . . Welfare . . . taught campus school first giade with "Glo' . . . always ready with a joke . . . Lila's roommate . . . hangs out anywhere the gang is . . . brown eyes . . . ACKI . . . very artistic . . . IT A . . adept with knitting needles . . . "Oh. that music!" ... a good plannci . . . can always he depended upon for clever ideas . . .
JOAN MEREDITH SCHOTTA Secondary Lampeter
“Joan" . . ."Good evening-ad-taker" . . co-editor of the Opus . . . Lancaster Newspaper ■ bluesand Dixieland . . . literature . . . Page . . . day student council . . . associate cditoi ol Snapper . . . Della Phi F.ta . . . Touchstone . . . foreign food . . . restaurants with atmosphere . . . Smoke Butt Alley . . . bridge ... 5 no trump . . Studebakci . . . always has a hook in her hand . . . unmatched personal-its . . . Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities . . . student teaching in seventh and ninth grades . . . donned during fro h and senior years . . .
DONALD E. SHAUB Industrial Arts Lancaster
"Schauhie” . . . 6' r . . . blue eyes . . . served with Army for 21 months . . . life centers al out wife Virginia and daughter Donna Louise . . . loves to cat cake . . . did recreation work with children last summer . . . photography is a passion . . . snapped pinnies for Snapper's Campus Personality series . . . also took piciutes of college life lor Opus and Touchstone . . . industrial arts major . . . mathematics minor . . . quiet and industrious . . .
ROBERT E. SCHWARZ
"Silent Bob" . . . served twelve months in Navv . . . wowed women as life guard at Wildwood . . . popular bluc-eyed blonde . . . served as MCA president senior year . . . assistant basketball coach . . . hard worker on JV and Varsity squads for three years . . . steak his favorite chow . . . Varsity Club . . . Page . . . SCA . . . "Save your money" . . . hangout is Sugar Bowl . . enjovs semi-classical anil
tag-time music ... 88 keys man . . . dancing, sports, and TV rank high . constantly Dashing his beaming smile . . .
Secondary Red Lion
"Shcnny" ... a great joker . . . kept those ninth graders in order at F.d-ward Hand Junioi High . . . science major . . . president of FTA ... a four year man in Roddy Scientific Socictv and Mu Kappa Mu ... a camera fiend . . . student director of MSTC band . . . commuted to summer school . . . minors in math . . . pays visits to the Sugar Bowl in spare time . . . active in APO . . . cuts loose on those drums . . . "York County is God’s country"
103MINNIE MARLENE SHIPLEY Elementary York
“Min" . . . fan for nobody but Stan Kenton . . . has a talent for making jx’oplc laugh . . . docs her oxvn interpretative dancing from dawn to dusk . . . astounds | coplc with her extensive vocabulary . . . favorite musical instrument "88" . . wears beautiful
sweaters . . . Doxic’s roomie ... a philosopher and psychologist . . . mambo enthusiast . . . spends most of her time studying ???? . . . expert at darts . . . SCA . . . ACEI . . . Chain a rd ... I’ IA . . . Xormalitc ... a weakness for pianos and pianists . . . usually the last to leave the dining room . . .
EDWARD J. SIGDA Secondary Chester
"Sig" . . . the vet from Chester ... a geography major . . . led Basslcr Geographic to a succcsful year . . . math minor . . . frequently seen in Rat Race . . . studying, oi course . . . Stan Kenton fan . . . former NIP for Uncle Sam . . . “Checks in yet?" . . . favorite food —pyrogis . . . enjoys photography . . . intramural sports . . . Newman Club . . . Mu Kappa Mu . . . Page . . . keen prober of character . . taught geography at campus junior high . . . member of Phi Sigma Pi . . . served as chapter secretary last year . . .
EDWARD SILVERMAN Industrial Arts Philadelphia
"Ed" . . . dorm student . . . majored in metal graphic arts, ntinorcd in math . . . taught shop at McCaskcy High . . . great milk drinker . . . vital statistics: 5'6 t", brown hair, blue eyes . . . likes handicrafts, string music, ami travel . . . lover of classical music . . . hunting and fishing enthusiast . . . summer school . . . FTA . . . good student . . . earned Phi Sigma Pi membership ... Mu Kappa Mu . . . Page Litcrcry Society . . . historian of Alpha Phi Omega in junior and senior year . . . president of IA Society senior year . . .
LILA LEE SMITH Secondary Spring Grove
“Lila" . . . president of Lyle Hall . . . English major, math minor . . . vice-president of Dolphin Club . . . lived on Senior Row with Bernice . . . secretary of FTA . . . enjoys all sports especially swimming and basketball . . . Mu Kappa Mu . . . Touchstone staff . . . played first base on the intramural soithni! team . . . Opus staff . . . Normalitc . . . “It's always time for a candy bar" . . . can be seen in Rat Race every morning . . . very atractivc . . . personality plus . . . always busy . . .
SHIRLEY LOUISE SNADER Elementary Lancaster
"Shirley” . . . just five feel tall . . . brunette . . . taught second grade at Wickersham School. Lancaster . . . has a beautiful soprano voice . . . soloist in Messiah font years . . . front row of choir . . . golf enthusiast . . . enjoys semi-classical music . . . can’t resist eating ham . usually found in the clay room Page Literary Society
. . . FTA . . Xenophile Society . . . ACEI . . . quiet and reserved—some of the time . . . loves to laugh and joke . . . wonderful to know . . .
JUNE G. SPRECHER
"June" or "Juncr" . . . accelerated . . . summer schooler with spare time sjrcni at the- shore . . . five-day dorm student . . . wcll-drescd . . . loves ice-skating . . . sweet smile . . . taught second grade at the campus school . . . could spent days shopping . . . Pagite . . . finds leisure time consumed by band. SCA. F I A. and ACEI . . . especially likes spaghetti . . . frequently seen at the Sugar Bowl . . . will graduate in August . . .
KATHLEEN LOU STAUFFER Elementary Red Lion
"Kathy" . . . did student teaching in campus school second grade with Pat . . . active SC A worker . . . spends spare time knitting socks . . . senior representative to W'AA council . . . keeps the smoker crowd laughing . . . brown hair, green eyes . . . ACEI . . . “You’re out ol your mind" . . . enjoys making picture collection . . . news writer lor Snapper . . . FTA . . . hangs out wherever the gang is . . . can't stand hill-hilly music . . . Katie's roommate . . . helped solve the laundry problem . . . haunts the Sugar Bowl . . .
LORETTA E. STEINFELT
"Ret" . . . adores sundaes . .. Newman Club member four years . . . active member in ACEI . . . Pagitc . . . "Oh. no-ool" . . . usually found in Sugar Bowl . . . brown hair and green eyes . . . takes her studies seriously . . . loves fried chicken . . . favorite music leans to | opular side . . . did student teaching in second grade . . . violinist in string ensemble . . . usuallv seen with Irene . . . her motto "Keep Smiling" . . . plans to seek master's degree in near future . . . loyal to FTA . . . summer school . . .
MARY ELIZABETH STEWART Elementary Philadelphia
Mary ... a blue-eyed blond ... interested in art, music, and drama . . . loves dancing and swimming . . . quite a seamstress . . . appreciates semi-classical music . . . Pagitc . . a thit 1 floor hall leader . . . FTA . . . finds the recreation lounge a favorite hangout . . . SCA . . . Citamard . . . tiansferred from Kut town STC senior year . . fond of steaks . . . enjoys reading . a friendly and cheerful addition to the senior class . . .
ALWILDA EDITH STONER Elementary Mifflintown
"Oily" . . . transferred from Shippcnv berg in her senior sear . . . willowv blonde . . . often seen at Pat and Kdic's . . . likes popular music . . . can toot the sax if called upon . . . unusual hobby is weaving . . . second graders kept her busy . . . lent het talents to SCA and ACEI . . . Shirley Henry's roomie . . . warm personality and winning smile . . . August graduate . . . one of the few seniors on third floor . . . looks forward to teaching . . .
KENNETH F. STOUGH Industrial Arts Dillsburg
"Ken" . . . mat tied Doris last summci . . . resided in married students' dorm this year . . . graduates with majors in both metal and math . . . three vears in Phi Sigma Pi . . . likes classical music . . . can put away veal chops anytime . . . was a trucker last summer . . . hunting, flying, and sports arc among his hobbies . . . enjoyed competitive rifle shooting . . . three years in Rod and Cun Club . . . choir . . . Mu Kappa Mu . . . Iota Lambda Sigma . . . IA Society . . . "calculus Calvin" . . .
E. MARCELYN SWARR
"Marcie" . . . one of the summer school gang . . . cheerful . . . usually laughing . . . day student . . . did student teaching at Higbcc Elementary School. Lancaster . . . just adored her second grade cherubs ... an avid bridge fan . . . loves sports as participant and spectator . . . excellent volleyball player . . . loves a party . . . Page Literary Society . . . FTA . . . piano music is her favorite . . . doesn't like to stop knitting . . . helped capture intramural volleyball champion-ship her junior year . . .
105SHIRLEY ANN SWINGLER Elementary Columbia
“Shirl” . . . here's a tall gal for you— just 5'9" . . . pinochle fiend . . . bookkeeper at Hein man's Department More last summer . . . beautiful auburn hair . . . did practice leaching with Mabel in training school kindergarten . . . veep of Delta Phi F.ta . . . Pagite . . . ACE I . . . FTA . . . great grades without elfort . . . “Crazy man!" . . eats constantly but never gains an ounce . . . loves to swim . . . Smoke Butt Alley . . . collects Kay Starr records . . . plays piano for recreation . . . hopes to do graduate work in psychology . . .
JOAN LORETTA TAYLOR Elementary York
“Joannie" . . . dorm student for three years . . . accelerated . . . did student teaching in York (kindergarten) . . . green eves that twinkle . . . faithful hockey manager for three years . . . Women's Varsity Club . . . enjoys ice-skating . . . always ready to play a practical joke ... a weakness for steaks . . . spends leisure time knitting and reading . . . likes to take walks Normal Literary Society . . . wears angora sweaters . . . always pleasant . . . golf enthusiast . . . likes to swing a tennis racket . . .
BERNARD P. SYKES Industrial Arts West Chester
"Red" . . . take one look at his hair . . . one of the tall men on campus— 5'17" . . . dorm student . . . metal major . . . mathematics minor . . . taught graphic arts to the junior high youngsters of the campus school . . . likes to work at new ideas and to fix things . . . interested in engineering . . . can never refuse a piece of pie . . . sportsminded ... is fond of classical music . . . often seen at Rat Race . . . played junior varsity basketball . . . IA Society . . . attended summer school . . . accelerated . . .
ROBERT L. THOMAS Industrial Arts Shamokin
"Bob' . . . green eyes . . . taught classes in wood, leather, and metal to junior high students at Edward Hand junior High and campus junior high . . . English minor . . . married . . . wife Pat is attending MSTC to obtain teaching credits . . . tan cat chicken and waffles anytime . . . prefers instrumental music . . . classical or Dixieland . . . home is his favorite hangout . . . would love to sjicnd his life fishing and hunting . . . quite an outdoors man . . . IA Society . . . English Club . . Iota Lambda Sigma . . .
MARILYN J. SYMINGTON Elementary Eden
Marilyn . . . our 5'9" blonde . . . Smoke Butt Alley regular . . . taught kindergarten at Nathan C. Shacffcr School . . . day student . . . beautiful blue eyes . . . Page . , . ACEI . . . loves doing illustrations especially for children's poetry . . . artichoke cater . . . excellent taste in clothes . . . captivates children . . . enjoyed her student teaching . . . promotes pinochle games . . . often seen in Rat Race with the gang . . . listens to popular music . . . opens the dayroom in the morning . . . ready for a party anytime . . . beaming smile . . . warm personality . . .
RETA H. TRONE Elementary York
Rcia . - . taught fifth grade with Schilling . . . one of Mr. Porter's faithfuls . . . Welfare member . . . SCA . . . worked as a playground supervisor in West York . . . ACF.I, vice-president . . . Senior row . . . likes all types of music . . . plays the piano and organ . . . Normal . . . I-TA . , . played intramural softball . . . Touch-none staff . . . never turns down baked ham or seafood . . . another blondic . . . even-tempered . . . faithful choir member . . . roomed with Issy in "the party room" . . .
ARTHUR TROUTMAN Secondary Shamokin
"Ail" . . . science major and math minor . . . married this past summer . . . enjoyed student teaching . . . summer schooler . . . handy man for Penn Dairies . . . participated in football and wrestling as freshman . . . attended school while holding part-time job . . . just loves philosophical discussion ... a military policeman lot Uncle Sam . . . active and energetic . . always a "Hi, ya” to everyone . . loves to hunt and fish . . . quite a firearm marksman ... is look mg forward with great enthusiasm to teaching . . .
PATRICIA GEHMAN VATTER Elementary Lancaster
"Patty" . . . personable blond . . . taught kindergarten at George Washington School. Lancaster . . . married Gil last May . . . now busy mastering culinary arts . . . enjoys planning and making clothes . . . seafood lover . . . classical music . . . new member to society of bridge players . . . beautiful soprano voice . . choir . . . solos in "Messiah" . . . title role in "lolanthe" . . . feminine lead in "The Chimes of Normandy" . . . Pagile . . . ACF.I . . . ITA . . . vice-president of Women's Day Student council . . . enjoys her work with tlie Higbcc Girls' Club . . .
SERENO B. WALBORN Secondary Lebanon
"Wally" . . . capable senior class president . . . blond hair—crew cut . . . English major . . . geography minor . . . taught English to eighth and ninth graders at the training school . . . Royal Order of Bologna ... a Dutchman with a lost accent . . . went to summer school . . . "I'll never tell" . . . Mr. DePinna in senior play . . . basketball manager for four years . . . former secretary of Alpha Phi Omega . . . junior class treasurer . . . Snapper . . . Touchstone . . . English Club . . . Bassler Geographic Society . . . Men's Varsity Club . . . bound to be successful . . .
LOWELL A. WALLACE
Industrial Arts Wrightsvillc
"Wally” . . . major in both wood and metal fields of IA ... minor in math . . . hardworking IA student ... reserved but likable . . . football manage! . . . quite an artist, too . . . became prexv of Theatre Arts . . . summer schooler . . . "Boy, can that guy ice skate!" . . . baseball his favorite sport . . . weakness—chocolate cake . . . appreciates semi-classical music . . . "Doggone it" . . . math club . . . lota Lambda Sigma frat . . . another of those "York Countians"
SHIRLEY ANN WALTERS Secondary Waynesboro
"Murl" . . . slender and tall . . . pret-tv blue eyes . . . patient driving in-stmetOi . . . always willing to help others . . . made an excellent "Mrs. Kirby” in the senior play . . . strictly science . . . one of Harry's "boys" . . . president of 1 uthcran Club . . . SCA . . . Pagitc . . . FT A . . . Touchstone stall . . . girls' basketball team sophomore year . . . wore a red and white ribbon for Della Phi Eta . . . dabbles in ait ... feature editor for Opus . . . "It Actually Happens” . . . under-studied the dean of women in the office four years . . .
HERBERT L. WALTZ Industrial Arts Kennett Square
"Herb" . . . IA major. English minor . . . bad his education interrupted foi two ycais . . . strictly a family man . . . proud of bis daughter Susan . . . bis hobby is his wife . . . likes popular music . . . member of Normal Literary Skxiciv . . . bass for Mr. Poitcr three years . . . Alpha Phi Omega . . . English Club . . . Rod and Gun enthusiast . . . active and able . . . studious ... a gentleman in every sense of the word ... US Army Vet . . . really enjoyed student teaching . . .
107JAMES L. WHITTINGTON
Industrial Arts Philadelphia
"Jimmy’ . . . handsome six-footer . . . transferred from Penn State . . . accelerated . . . hobby is crafts . . . enjoys the shore . . ."I'll go along with that” . . . choir . . . often lends an car to music of Broadway hits . . . did student teaching at McCaskey . . . likes any sport that is in season . . . Xeno-philc Society . . . IA Society . . . has a smile for everyone . . . Mu Kappa Mu . . . fond of steak . . . always pleasant . . .
JOAN WIEBUSH Secondary Lancaster
Joan . . . enthusiastic sports fan-hot h as spectator and participant . . . hockey squad for four years . . . swims lor Dolphin Club . . . enjoys dancing -ballroom and ballet . . . horseback tiding . . . tennis . . . always on the go . . . German major . . . English minor . . . Page Literary Society . . . English Club . . . always ready for a parly . . . acquired a genuine Florida suntan during Easter vacation 1952 . . . music interests range from Dixieland to classical . . . finds it difficult to be on lime . . - usually in the day-tooni or Rat Race . . . looks forward to visiting Europe . . .
BARBARA GRILL WILL Elementary Ephrata
"Barby" . . . light brown curls . . . attractive . . . extensive wardrobe . . . husband Rich is MSTC grad . . . daughter Jodie Anne born in November . . . I’age Literary Society . . . newswritcr for Snapper . . . Dolphin Swim Club . . . ACEI . . . made the daily trip from Ephrata . . . did student teaching second semester . . . likes semi-classical and popular music . . . live wire . . . never seems to run down . . . usually in Smoke Butt Alley asking "Anyone feel like playing pinochle?"...
CATHERINE ANNE WILSON
"Katie” . . . nice personality ... a blue-eyed blonde . . . Kathy’s roommate for three years . . . FTA . . . enjoyed student teaching in the third grade for Miss Dresher . . . sings in the Methodist Choir ... on the Opus stall . . . likes to play the piano . . . secretary of WAA junior year ... active SCA worker . . . fond of all kinds of music . . . came to summer school . . . ACEI . . . Snapper newswritcr . . . worked at Philadelphia Inquirer . . . always seen at the Sugar Bowl . . . Normalitc . . . enjoyed her front campus room senior year . . .
HARRY T. WILSON Elementary Paoli
Ham . . . his college career interrupted l a 21 month hitch with the I S Army in Korea . . intermediate elemental) . . the “strong, silent type" . . . McCool's best friend . . . Rodd Hall resident . . one of the
very last survivors ol the famed "Music Hall Gang" . . . one of the most "eligible bachelors" on campus . . . smooth dancer . . : tall and handsome with a capital "If" . . . persevering and industrious . , . good personality
J. MELVIN WITMER Secondary Lancaster
"Mel” . . easy going serious-minded fellow . . . spent time in active duty . . . social studies major . . . English minor . . . accelerated . . summer schooler . . . often found philosophizing in the library . . . interested in photography, book collecting, and his wife Pat . . . has an enviable average . . . participated in Phi Sigma Pi . . . I FA . . . Men's Day Student Council . . . Snapper business manager . . . Opus business manager . . . elected to Who’s Who . . . August graduate . . . always reliable . . . may do graduate work . . .
108HERBERT WITZEL Industrial Arts Trevose
"Herb" . . . tiailcnic on back campus . . . wood major . . . math minor . . . built playground for daughter Carol -campus darling . . veteran ol World War II—three years of Army life . . January graduate . . . new child as graduation gift presented in January by wife, Aileen . . . taught industrial arts at Reynold Junior High and Manheim Township . . . four year member of Industrial Arts Society . . . likes harmonious music . . , busy supporting family and getting through M-villc . . . night operator at Lancaster Newspapers . .
MARILYN A. WOLF
"Manny" ... the life of any party . . . plenty of vim and igor . . . transfer from Sullins Junior College and Penn State . . . likes all kinds of food and music . . . enjoyed student teaching kindergarten at Thomas Mifflin in Lancaster . . . capable goalie on hockey team . . . day student representative of WAA . . . has habit of losing things—especially rings . . . ambitious MSTC summer schooler . . . January graduate . . . "I'll be dipped" . . . hangout—Rat Race . . .
MARY B. SOROKIN Elementary Elizabethtown
New at Millersville this year . . . did student teaching in sixth grade at California State Teachers College . . . also attended Indiana State Teachers College. University of Pittsburgh, and Illinois State Normal University . . . interested in sports, especially ice skating . . . proud of her six-year-old daughter. Mary Helen . . . likes photography and creative art . . . prefers semi-classical music . . . vacationed last summer in New York state . . . favorite food — chicken . . . enjoys dancing . . . has taught school in llegheny and Dauphin Counties . . .
SARAH R. YORK Public School Nursing Elizabethtown
"Sally" . . . only senior in public school nursing curriculum ... a graduate of Lancaster General Hospital . . . did post-graduate work at Lying-In Hospital . . . attended University ol Pennsylvania and Elizabethtown College . . . busy woman . . . did private nursing at night . . . MSTC during the day . . . spends ptecious spare time with daughters Joan and Lynda . . . "Brownie” leader . . . enjoys symphony music . . . spent Wednesdays visiting schools with school nurses . . . eager to do school nursing
VINCENT JOSEPH ZINKAVICH Industrial Arts Duryea
"Vince" . . . one of the trio from Duryea . . . wood shop major . . . social sttithes minor . . . interested in all t%| cs of hunting and fishing . . . playground supers isor in summertime . . . August graduate . . . loves to polka . . . IA Socictv . . . Newman Club . . . taught in Mr. Monicals' shop . . . has "gift of gab" . . . likes what summer school offeis . . . s|r-iu a year at East Stroudsburg . . occupant of Rat Race and Sugar Bowl . . . has a craving for sea food . . .
Firtt row: Bigler (standing), Fulginiti, Von Ehrcnfried, Rosenthal, Harmon, Gunselman, Haig, Kline, Sanders, Childress, Drexlcr, Kiser, Shontz, Dc I.ardi, Pickcll, Mattemess. Second row: Rohrer (standing), McCardcII (standing), Lcfcvcr, Warfel, Gibble, Werntz, Zwcier, Shrcincr, Armstrong, Hcrtzlcr, Mordan, Werner, Zeig-ler, Knaub, McCreary, Blankcnstein, Martin, Moore.
"I can hardly wait to meet my little sister!" This was the cry commonly heard early in September, for the junior girls had "adopted" the freshman girls according to yearly custom.
As soon as the big sister program was well under way, it was time to plan for Homecoming and the making of a display to be placed in a prominent position on campus. Outstanding interest and cooperation helped to make the junior display, which depicted Millersville "Then and Now," winner of the blue ribbon.
Highlight of the year was the Junior Prom held on December 11 in Brooks Hall, with James La Mott and his orchestra making their initial appearance at Millersville. The theme chosen for the dance was "Fantasy in Blue,” carried out in blue and silver decorations. A distinctive touch and in keeping with the spirit of Christmas, was the singing of carols during intermissions.
For the remainder of the school year the juniors devoted their free time to the presentation of several movies in the old gym.
Third row: Gable (standing), Charles (standing), Nye, Tangert, Auchenbach, Bixler, Cockcy, Seacrist, Snyder, Rohrbaugh, Wenger, Conklin, Reinccke, Wcik, Gardner, Wright, VanZandt. Fourth row: Workinger, Hoover, Stumpf, Kecrs, Garman, Swartz, Snyder. Schacbcrle, Laucr, Zagarino, Misccvich, Beck, Longcnccker, Segncr, Werkiser.
JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Left to right: Lester Snyder, president; Cora Tangert, secretary; William Werkiser, vice-president; and Joanne Blankenstein, treasurer.
NOINDUSTRIAL ARTS CURRICULUM First row: Groff. Stcinman, Boian, Booth, Shccklcr. Second row: Jacoby, Mummcrt, Kohler, Marth, Graybill, Arena.
SECONDARY CURRICULUM First row: Ormond, Peters, Boardman, Mycr, Ishkanian. Second row: McNeal, Herr, Weaver, Kreider, Leighton, Moyer.
First row: Haggerty, Myers, Clark. Fruitman, Baxter, Sherr, Mumma. Wenrich, Newman, Grecnawalt. Zimmer-man. Porter, Ryland. Tredway, Berkheimer. Second row: Loynd, Buck waiter, Kemper, Taylor, Stein, Elbin, Blcncc, Higgins, Bieri. Seidensticker. Third row: Schuler,
Weaver, Wheeler, Kershner, Miller, Beyer, Fitzgibbons Ortlip, Rank. Jones. Porter. Fourth row: Gunnion Stewart, Cole, Thorbahn, Strausbaugh, Schmidt. Kugle Eristnan.
INDUSTRIAL ARTS AND LIBRARY CURRICULUM
First row: Rohlfing, Martz, Detwiler, Eyer, Mumma, Sensenig, Bieri, Blank, Hugard. Second row: Pickar, Moyer, Magnotti, Plcibel, Miller, Tecs, Hurst, Wilson,
Painter. Third row: Segermark, Hoffman. Hick, Fisher, Wiggins, Buggy, Hcimbach, Ward. Fourth row: Follctt, Kcstner, Krcibel, Abrams, Fcnstcrmacher.SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Left to right: Robert Painter, vice-president; Elaine Lebo, treasurer; Russell Porter, president; and Dolores Boyer, secretary.
There is an old adage that goes, "Don't fight it. join it.” When the present sophomores entered Millersvillc in the fall of '52, as dazed freshmen, some of them though they could light the upperclassmen. This was true especially during the two weeks of "freshman hazing." But they soon realized it was to no avail, and decided it would be best to join the upperclassmen.
At the end of the freshman year the following officers were elected: Russell Porter, president: Elaine Lebo, secretary: Dolores Boyer, treasurer; Robert Painter, vice-president; and Peter Ma-bony, Student Council representative. At the beginning of our sophomore year the class was made to feel right at home when one of its own class members, Miss Barbara Brown, was chosen as "Varsity Queen” for 1953. The first project of the past year was to erect a Homecoming display. Immediately following the Christmas vacation came an informal dance in the Rat Race entitled the "’53 Hangover.” A "dress-up” dance was held in Brooks Hall in the spring. Miss Beatrice Datesman and Mr. Steve Namit continued as faculty advisers.
First row: Dean, Boody, Fuhrman, Ruih, Shirk, Brown. Kreider, Instill. Ycaman, Jones, Fisher, Broomall, Schimp.
Strohm. Brown, Hall, Kissinger, Sterling. Second row: Fourth row: Dando, Siersbeck, Lebo. Boyer, Groff. Corl,
Fisher, Quickie, Yuninger, Hughes, Carr, Bowman. Williams. Fifth row: Kessler, Wilkinson, Jones.
Staub. Third row: Culler, Burrows, Henry, Gocklcy.
113FRESHMAN ELEMENTARY CURRICULUM
First row: Heilman, Jenkins, Forney, Beck, Kerchner, Karlip, Hess, Hoover, Oberdorfer, McCreary, Benner, Sterling, Whitelock, Ruof, Bowman, Klich, Liddlc, Brown. Second row: Thomas, Hoover, Henry, Roberts, Nacc, Reinfried, Seibert, Ebersolc, Miller. Stambaugh, Williams, Grubb, Galen, Bomgardner. Third row: Eaby, Miller,
PII E SIIIIE
FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS Stambaugh, Martin, Harple, Gebhart, Goudy.
Hepncr, Kohr, Landis, Yeager, Courtlass. Yeager, Wer ner, Brillhart, McGrew, Obcrholtzer, Mcssinger. Miller Martin. Wanamaker, Lehman. Fourth row: Brucker Hackman, Schaifstall, Floyd. Stambaugh. Walcott, Vick ers, Hillard, Kochel, Newpher, Williams, Ehrhart, Lock man, Ross, Young, Hess, Cox, Evans, Braunstcin.
As the curtain was raised on the 1953-54 school I
year at Millersville, 244 new freshmen appeared on the stage of the college campus. During the scenes of their first week, they heard many orders of “Buttons" and “Who (sic) do you love?" from the more experienced actors of the college stage.
After recovering from their first "stage fright” of orientation proceedings, however, they soon realized that they, too, were now a vital part of the great drama of Millersville, and they began to study extensively to play their proper roles. To give them coaching and prompting when needed, Mr. Paul W. Eshelman and Miss Lula E. Drcsher were appointed as their advisers. After getting to know one another a bit more, the freshmen voted for their cast of officers. Receiving the leading roles were Charles Martin as president. Eugene Harple as vice-president, Ruth Stambaugh as secretary, and Charles Goudy as treasurer. John Gebhart was chosen as Student Council representative.
This new troupe of actors has been engaged in a number of activities during the year. Highlights on the social program were the Turkey Flap—a Thanksgiving informal dance in the Rat Race—and a semi-formal dance held in Brooks Hall in the spring.
The freshmen also originated a frosh news- ,
paper which published news and sidelights of campus life.INDUSTRIAL ARTS CURRICULUM First row: Colton, Achenbaugh, Bird. Smeltzcr, Wehry. Second row: Werkiser, Tancini, Zeager, Elliott, Tredway, Brown, Labaw. Third row: Bechtel, Augustine, Sheppard, Messner, Green, Kline, Lownsbery, Hilbert.
SECONDARY AND LIBRARY SCIENCE CURRICULUM First row (left to right): McCabe, Wentzel, Foster, Fulmer. Dellinger, Snyder, Hepford, Royer, Flory, Inskip, Dc Filippo, Musser, Kessler, Bender, Aspril, Greider, Petters. Second row: Puzulis, Perrin, Stauffer, Noneinaker, Thatcher, Keefer, Third row: Witmcr, Smith, Klicwcr, Harboid, Martin, Papavasilion, McNeil, Harple, Snyder, Tompkins, McLean, Adams, Heiser. i »V iV v-____________
V y '
"Tfrw "nil i ■ ■■■ §•MEN'S CLOTHING
SAYERS :: SCHEID :: SWEETON
28-30 E. King Street Lancaster, Pa.
COE CAMERA SHOP ESHBACH'S GARAGE
148 North Queen Street Everything in Photography Daily Photo Finishing Gas - Oil - Lubrication Tires - Batteries General Repairing Official State Inspection
Phone Millersville 8841
HUSS NURSERIES Flowers for All Occasions HILLS
GEORGE STREET Phone: 8145 MILLERSVILLE
L. B. HERR SON
Stationery — Printing Office and School Supplies — Furniture — Books The Portable Typewriter Store
46 and 48 West King Street
Lancaster, Pa.LLOYD'S DEVELOPMENT AND CONSTRUCTION CO., INC.
Developers and Builders
520 Pleasure Road Lancaster, Pa.
Compliments of COCA COLA
Gorham and Kirk Silverware Lenox China — Gifts
40-42 North Queen Street Lancaster, Pa.
ARROW SHOE STORE
Bigger and Better Submarines and Italian Steak Sandwiches
"Known for Quality"
14 East King Street Lancaster, Pa.
242 W. King Street Lancaster, Pa.Here's To a Successful Future, Seniors from the Men of the
MEN'S COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION
Compliments of PONY BOY VENDING SERVICE CO. 932 High Street Lancaster, Pa.
WIGGINS CHEVROLET Automatic Service Through Vending Machines
Phone: Office 2-7217
W. R. SIEGLER GULF SERVICE Tires, Batteries, Accessories Washing Call for and Delivery Service 115 Manor Avenue Millersville, Pa. Compliments of J. LLOYD HOLUNGER (Wholesale Meats) Lancaster, Pa. y
TPM Now Offers a Complete Line of Insurance to Teachers and Their Families . . . Life -Sickness and Accident - Hospitalization - Surgical Since 1912, TPM has been serving TEACHERS with TRUE Non Cancellable and Guaranteed Renewable Income Protection TEACHERS PROTECTIVE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY 116-118 N. Prince Street — Lancaster, Pennsylvania - - - opposite the Arcade Market - - -
120WESTENBERGER, MALEY MYERS, INC.
"Everything for the Home"
125-131 East King Street Lancaster, Pa.
SCHOOL OF DANCING
All Forms of Dance Instruction Costume and Evening Gown Rentals
123A N. Queen Street Lancaster, Pa.
C. W. WITMER
Pyrofax Bottled Gas Service Frigidaire Appliances
Phone Strasburg 4146
SPORTING GOODS AND TOYS
Parker Pens and Pencils Kodaks
30-32 West King Street Lancaster, Pa.
MILLERSVILLE COLLEGE COOPERATIVE STORE
College Supplies Stationery Gym Suits
Toilet Articles College Novelties
THE SUGAR BOWL
Pat and Edie
Save Time, Save Money You'll Find It At . . .
29-37 E. King Street Lancaster, Pa.
Route 72 Lebanon, Pa.
VOGEL - RITT, INC.
Exterminating and Fumigating LAncaster 2-5261
Flavor that u ins Wour favor..
Enmhfd u;ith Puff Rith Cffom TVMUB'TIM-tUit
MEN'S DAY STUDENT ASSOCIATIONPhone 8292
AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING MOTOR TUNE-UPS TIRES BATTERIES ACCESSORIES
154 W. Frederick Street Millersville, Pa.
WADE'S GIFT SHOP
A Fine Selection of Greeting Cards Gifts, Games, Pens, Pencils Costume Jewelry, Handkerchiefs Housewares, Novelties
PIERSOL CO., INC.
Outfitters to College Students for 133 Years
General Home Furnishings
24 East King Street Lancaster, Pa.
West King Street
The Venetian Blinds in the Millersville State Teachers College Were Manufactured and Installed By
REGAL VENETIAN RLIND CO.
Saint Clair, Pa.SHELLY STUDIO
Lancaster, Pa.A Yearbook Staff with Ideals
A Publisher who Cares equals
A Yearbook of Excellence
LETTERPRESS • ENGRAVING • OFFSET LITHOGRA
WILLIAM T. COOKE PUBL
2 1 SOUTH PHILADELPHIA 3DEMUTH'S Tobocco Shop Serving the Musical Public of Lancaster County
(Since 1770) Since 1884
“OLDEST TOBACCO SHOP
IN AMERICA" KIRK JOHNSON CO.
114 E. King Street Lancaster, Pa. 16-18 W. King Street Lancaster, Pa.
FRED of a
funmral u w FRIEND
Mr. and Mrs. G. Wallace Evans, Jr.
Mrs. Julia Podlosny
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Mumper
Mr. and Mrs. John O'Day
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. DunkJo
Mr. and Mrs. J. Theodore Grosh
Mr. and Mrs. William J. Canty
Mr. and Mrs Boyd Walters
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Dutlll
Mr. and Mrs. Morningstar
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dutteror
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Shenberger
Mr. and Mrs. John S. Root
Mrs. Rudolph Pittelli
Dr. and Mrs. Earl F. Sykes
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hower
Mrs. William E. Wilson
Rov. and Mrs. H. L Lehman
Mr. and Mrs. A. Smith
Mr. Joseph Zinkavich
Mr. and Mrs. Andreas
Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Fry
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Harris Mr. and Mrs. Claronco Hagerty Mr. and Mrs. Everett Patterson Mr. and Mrs. Martin J. Heckler Mr. and Mrs. Spencer B. Raozor Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Cassimaiis Mr. and Mrs. Fred Keeloy Mr. and Mrs. Ray Smith Mr. and Mrs. William J. Sargent Mr. and Mrs. Chester R. Ney Mrs. I. K. Walborn Mr. and Mrs. Martin Flegal Mr. and Mrs. Silverman Ed and Jay
Dr. and Mrs. E. K. Robb
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond L. Denlinger
Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. Horr
Mr. Frederick Moody
Mr. and Mrs. Kormit A. Ginder
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Melick
Mrs. Relda Trono
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur W. Hubbard
Mr. Peter Cadden, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Luther H. Ammarell
Pres, and Mrs. D. L. Biemesderfer
Miss Coral E. Melson
Mr. and Mrs. John G. Brossman
Mr. and Mrs. Earl E. Kline
Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Binner
Mr. and Mrs. Lester W. Schotta
Mr. and Mrs. B. Ray BarT
Betty Lou and Charlotto
Nancy and Delores
Miss Margaret Swift
Mr. and Mrs. Ph. Schmitt
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gaynor
Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Porlser
Mrs. H. A. Schilling
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. DeHart
Mr. and Mrs. William Maginsky
Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Kraft
Mr. and Mrs. Truman Forguson
Mr. and Mrs. John B. Bigler
Dean and Shirley
Mr. and Mrs. Benj. R. Steinfelt128
Suggestions in the Millersville University - Touchstone Yearbook (Millersville, PA) collection:
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today!
Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly!
Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.
Material on this website is protected by copyright laws of the United States and international treaties.
No protected images or material on this website may be copied or printed without express authorization.