Millersville University - Touchstone Yearbook (Millersville, PA)
- Class of 1956
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Text from Pages 1 - 156 of the 1956 volume:
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1956 Pn b atl
Milleteuille, Pennsylvaniatf-OA WOSui
It is our purpose in this hook to present life at Millersville State Teachers College as it really is. We have done this in several ways. First, we have tried to keep the hook quite informal. We have trie ! to achieve this by cutting down on the editorial side ami building up the photography. Vi c hold that to present the picture of our life on campus it is necessary to use more and more photographs. Second, we have eliminated a theme in the true sense of the word and just let the hook explain itself. Third, we have added a feature section at the end of the hook which shows us the facilities at our disposal in the form of our new residence halls and auditorium. It is our hope that everyone in looking at this hook achieves the sense of satisfaction that we of the staff have in presenting it to you.
Introduction Pages 1-5
Dedication Pages 6-7
Faculty Section Pages 8-19
Senior Section Pages 20-57
Underclassman Section Pages 58-67
Clubs Pages 68-107
Sports Section Pages 108-129
Feature Section Pages 130-141
DR. ARTHUR E. GERHART
Dr. Arthur IT. Gerhart resigned from the faculty of this college on June 1, 1955, after serving 27 years as a teacher of botany and biology and as head of the Natural Science Department. It i to him, in recognition of his guidance, his friendship and his service to the college, that this issue of the TOUCHSTONE is dedicated.
A native of Bedford, Pennsylvania, he is a graduate of Bucknell Academy, holds u Bachelor of Science degree from Pennsylvania State College, a Master of Science degree from the University of Wisconsin, and a Doctor of Philosophy degree from the University of Chicago. Although descended from several generations of ministers, he chose teaching as his profession. He held several positions in high schools and college before settling at Millersville soon after the college was converted from a state normal school. Dr. Gerhart witnessed and took part in many changes in the college, both in curriculum and physical equipment. He became the first head of the Department of Natural Sciences after the sciences were departmentalized and served in that capacity for the final decade of his association with Millersville.
Dr. Gerhart’s first interest was always in science and there was something about this interest that was contagious. Students found him to be widely read and well informed in many areas, and consequently enjoyed his lectures and conversations immensely. His extensive knowledge was mixed with a high degree of understanding and patience, and his very sense of humor made any hour in his classes pleasant as well as informative. As a teacher,
he may well serve as a model to any Millersville student regardless of the student’s fields of interest.
A man of depth and breadth in knowledge and understanding, a master of the use of language, a wise and kindly advisor, a man of rare good humor, Dr. Gerhart will never be forgotten by his students and associates. His presence is missed by those who were here during his stay, ami it is felt that those students yet to come will be deprived of a unique and enlightening experience in not being able to attend his classes.
7ElementsADVANCING (fleateA. KNOWLEDGEDR. D. L. B1EMESDERFER
To Those Who Graduate in 1956:
To know that you have qualified for admission, to the teaching profession at a time when the services of more and better teachers are recognized as among our nation's greatest needs must impress you with the importance of the responsibility which you will assume. There is need, not only for more teachers but also for more able teachers.
This need you must help to fill if the hopes of today for a happier and a more secure future arc to become realities.
Sincere congratulations on your many notable achievements at Millersviile and every good wish for complete success go with you as you enter upon new ventures in new scenes. To those whom you will teach you will appear as one who possesses wisdom to bring light into dark places, one whose counsel may be freely sought and confidently accepted, a guide who may be always trusted. We, your friends, can wish nothing better for you than that you may never fail those who look to you for so much.
Very sincerly yours,
D. 1.. BiemesderferAARON G. BREIDENST1NE, Ed.D.
Dean of Instruction
MRS. KATHRYN B. HILL, B.S.
Dean of Women
EUGENE K. ROBB, Ed.D.
Director, Student Teaching, Lab• oratory School, Teucher Placement
George R. Anderson, M.A. Mathematics
Director of College T.V. Programs
Virginia Berk. Ph.D. Social Studies Advisor—Delta Phi Eta
Boyd F. Bedlyon. Jr.. M.Ed. Supervisor Junior High School Geography Assistant Dean of Men
Anna E. Beyer. M.S. Supervisor—Fourth Grade
Lee E. Boyer. Ed.D.
Advisor Mu Kappa Mu
Mrs. Lillian Broome Supervisor—Sixth Grade
Harry M. Bassler Chairman Geography Department
Advisor—Bassler Geographic Society
G. Frederick Beckmyer, M.S. Science
Wilmer C. Berg. Ed.D. Education and Psychology
Richard W. Bishop, M.Ed. Health and Physical Education, and Education Coach of Varsity Basketball Chairman—Safety Council
Mary A. Brighthill English
Robert E. Buxton Industrial Arts
12William H. Caulwell, M.S. Biological Science Advisor—Roddy Scientific Society; Curator of Museum
Mrs. Elbcrta Councilman, M.A. Supervisor—Fifth Grade
Gardiner C. Criswell, M.A. Art
William F. Diller, A.M.
Advisor—Normal Literary Society
Lula E. Dresher, M.S. Supervisor—Fourth Grade f visor—Junior Class
V. Anthony Champa, A.M. Education
Director -Film Library Advisor—Sophomore Class
Doris E. Creswell, M.Ed. Supervisor—Sixth Grade
Beatrice U. Dalesman. M.S. Library Science Advisor—Senior Class
Mary Elizabeth Dixon, Ed.I). Health Education Coach of Women’s Varsity Sports
Mrs. Laura Bullet Doering, M.A. Editor-in-chief of the College Journal
Daniel G. Engle, A.B. Science
13George M. Ehemann, M.S. Industrial Arts
Hugo J. Fiora, M.A. Industrial Arts
Marie R. Cast Music—Piano
Charlotte M. Good, M.Ed. Supervisor—Second Grade Advisor—Association of Childhood Education International
Samuel S. Harnish, M.S. Supervisor—Junior High School Music
Robert G. Hostetler, M.S. Industrial Arts
Paul W. Eshelman, M.A. Industrial Arts Advisor, Junior Class, Iota Lambda Sigma, Alpha Phi Omega and Theater Arts
Abram J. Foster, Ph.I). Social Studies Advisor—Phi Sigma Pi
Marian R. Gerhart, M.A.
Librarian of Laboratory School
Elizabeth R. Cress, M.A. Supervisor Junior High School Mathematics
Mrs. Margaret V. Heisey. A.B. Supervisor—Junior High School English
Dorothy T. Hughes, M.A. Supervisor— Laboratory School Music
14Arthur L. Hulmc, M.E.
Health and Physical Education Assistant Football Coach Track Coach
Betty Ruth Jennings. M.A. Supervisor—Kindergarten
George A. Katchmcr, M.E.
Education, Health and Physical Head Football Coach Head Baseball Coach
Catherine Kccver, Ph.D. Science
Charles I. Kent, M.S.
Advisor—Men’s Day Student Association
Esther M. Kilhcffcr, M.A. Geography
Elizabeth M. Jenkins, M.E. Supervisor—First Grade
Louis G. Jennings, A.M.
Advisor—Freshman Class, Student Publications
Henry J. Kauffman, M.S. Industrial Arts
Richard C. Keller. M.A.
Sponsor—Jntercollegiale Conference on Government Advisor—Future Teachers of America
Mrs. Martha Kent, B.S. Supervisor- Fifth Grade
James E. Koken, M.A.
15Josef C. Krnslev, B.S.
Supervisor—Junior High School and Laboratory School, Art
L. S. Lingcnfelter, Ph.D. Chairman—English Department Director—Public Relations
Mabel L. Moherg, M.A. Supervisor—Second Grade Advisor—Lutheran Club
C. Maxwell Myers, Ph.D. Chairman Social Studies Department
Advisor—Alpha Phi Omega
D. W. Nesbit, Ed.D.
Advisor—Future Teachers of America
Raymond E. Kuhl, D.Ed. Director of Campus Junior High School
Coral E. Mel son, M.S.
Librarian and Director of Library Education Advisor—Alpha Beta Alpha
Urban L. Monical, M.A. Industrial Arts
Assistant Advisor—Alpha Phi Omega
Steve Namit, M.Ed.
Supervisor—Junior High School Mathematics
Athletic Director of Junior High School Advisor—Junior Class
Burl N. Osburn, Ph.D. Industrial Arts
16Melzer R. Porter, M.Mus. Chairman—Music Department Advisor—Rod and Gun Club
Nancy M. Raezer, B.S. Supervisor- - Junior High School Social Studies
Paul Z. Rummcl. Ph.D. Education and Psychology Director—Psycho-Educational Clinic
Advisor—Student Christian Association
Guy R. Saylor, Ph.D. Foreign Languages
John B. Shcnk, M.S.
Advisor—Touchstone, Theater Arts
Mrs. Grace Keller Stiles, M.A. Supervisor—Fir t Grade
John A. Pucillo. M.A. Health Department Athletic Director Tennis Coach Advisor—Varsity Club
John M. Roth, M.Ed.
Supervisor Science Junior High School
Theodore H. Rupp, Ph.D.
Chairman—Foreign Languages Advisor Xcnophilc Society Coach—Wrestling Team
Rchckah S. Sheaffer, M.A. English
Marion Spenser, M.A. English
Margaret Swift, M.A. Art
17Marie Valter, B.S. Supervisor-Third Grade
Samuel I’. Wallace, M.S. Mathematics
J. Melvin Witmer, B.S. Supervisor—Social Studies Junior High School
Clifford I.. Yard, M.A.
Advisor— Industrial Arts Society
Sarah J. Walker, M.A.
Supervisor- Junior High School Home Economics
Howard T. Wircback, M.A. Social Studies
Advisor Men’s Day Student Association
Howard W. Work. B.S. Supervisor -Junior High School English and Social Studies
Janies E. Zwallv, M.S.
Director of Choir and Band
18. . . college STAFF
Mrs. Violet F. Beamsderfer Dormitory Supervisor Old Main)
Mr . Naomi Gulian. R.N. Health Service (College Nurse)
Mrs. Virginia Heidenreirh Dining Room Supervisor
Mrs. Josephine K. Nam it, R.N. Health Service (College Nurse)
Mr. Ermon M. Postlcs Business Manager
Mrs. Clara M. Slrasshurger Dormitory Supervisor (Lyle Hall)
Mrs. Harry D. Weller Dining Room Hostess
Mrs. Paul Whilely, B.A. Library Assistant
Mr. John E. Zerchcr, B.D. Accountant
19leniM. class history and ...
Four short years ago we entered M.S.T.C. under the shouts of the famous “What do you say?”, “Who do you love?”, and “Buttons!” How we hated those first two weeks and what fond memories we have of them now’! Our first year had just begun under the kind guidance of our advisors. Miss Beatrice Dalesman and Mr. Steve Namit. Much work together with much fun produced our first big project of campus life; we held the “Spring Festival” in Brooks Hall with the “Hall of Horrors” and “Dutch Sock Hop.”
Our sophomore year brought the “'53 Hangover” held in the Rat Race. By this time we had had our chance at hazing the Frosh and we knew our way through the ins and outs of matriculation. This was also the year that Lyle and Roddy Halls opened
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
Seated, left to right: Geraldine Bcrkhcimer, Historian; Elaine Lelio, Treasurer; Barry Stein. President; Clark Taylor. Student Council rep rc.sent.uive; and Dolores Boyer, Secretary.
their doors to us. What luxury after having lived in Old Main!
And then we were juniors! The girls had the opportunity to be big sisters to the freshmen and help make them feel at home. Highlighting the year was our prom “Silver Bells" at the Hotel Brunswick. Also among our special events were an informal dance in Rat Race and a float for the centennial parade.
And now our last year at M.S.T.C. has come to an end and with it some of our problems and hard work. Only the good and enjoyable remain in our hearts and memories; the Homecoming display which won us top honors, “Sabrina Fair”, the ball and dinner-dance at the Overlook Country Club, student teaching, and many others. And then the biggest day of all—graduation.4.Q4U 1 class
Miss Datesman, an active member of the college faculty, is also a very busy woman in work outside of the college itself. Her home town of Columbia will vouch for that.
After graduating from Hood College in 1931, she attended Syracuse University and MilIcrsvillc State Teachers College, and from here to Franklin and Marshall College in nearby Lancaster.
Coming to Millersvillc as an instructor in the field of Library Science and also serving as assistant librarian. Miss Datesman in the fall of 1952 assumed the responsibility of being advisor to our class.
For her very kind and generous assistance in all matters, the seniors express their deep gratitude.
Steve A. Nam it, M.Ed.
Serving in the capacity of advisor to the Class of 1956 is Mr. Steve A. Namit, associate professor of health and physical education, supervisor of junior high school health and mathematics.
Besides being a teacher himself he also serves as a supervisor to seniors who may be doing their practice teaching in the junior high school. His role there kept him many times from being present at our class meetings themselves but he never failed to show his interest in our activities by being present at all our functions.
It is for this that we, the Class of 1956, wish to express our thanks.
23A. JOHN ABRAMS Industrial Arts Havertoun
“Sketch” . . . talented art editor of TOUCHSTONE and OPUS . . . Theater Arts Club . . . good-looking six-footer . . . enjoys steak and mushrooms . . . "What's trump?" . . . Phi Sigma Pi . . . crazy over New Orleans jazz . . . I Oja Lambda Sigma . . . originality behind senior class homecoming display . . . will be missed in January . . .
RANDALL C. AUNGST
"Randy" . . . transfer from Lebanon Valley . . . college career interrupted by four years with the U. S. Air Force . . . ttK»k credits from University of Maryland while in Iceland . . . Alpha Phi Omega . . . ICG member . . . sports fan . . . special interest in wife and two-year-old son . . . summer schooler . . .
DORIS R. BATTURS
Doris . . . one of the attractive "Mrs.” . . . English; social studies minor . . . "No kidding!" . . . spent most of the time last summer swimming and learning to cook . . . student taught eighth grade at Edward Hand Junior High . . . enjoys reading and playing all types of records . . . FT A member . . .
MAYETTA H. BECKER Elementary York
“Maizie” . . . became a "Mrs.” on Thanksgiving Day . . . student taught in York . . . can be found at "The Homestead" . . . Treasurer of ACEI in her Junior year . . . attended summer school last summer . . . January graduate . . . FT A . . . favorite food is shrimp . . . SCA . . ,
RICHARD L. BELL Secondary Lancaster
"Dick" . . . F M transfer . . . math major . . . summer schooler . . . one of the commuters . . . taught algebra at Reynolds Junior High . . . "Heck" . . . always ready for a turkey dinner . . . enjoys popular music . . . participates in intramural sports . . . . engaged . . . ean be found shooting darts in the dayroom . . .
ELIZABETH B. BENNER
Elementary Wesl Chester
"Betsy" . . . transfer from Endicotl College . . . collects post cards and miniature animals in spare time . . . did student teaching in Kindergarten . . . member of ACE and SCA . . . enthusiastic over baseball . . . spent the summer on trips to South Dakota and New England . . . enjoys popular music . . . "Oh, Heck!" . . .
GERALDINE F. BERKHEIMER
Secondary Y ork
"Gerry" . . . industrious and cooperative . . . taught French and Spanish in Quarryvillc . . . active participator in archery . . . Xenophile . . . asset to basketball team . . . TOUCHSTONE . . . spoke nothing but French at Middlchury College French Summer School . . . Welfare . . . proxy of Women's Varsity Club . . . FTA . . . member of WAA . . . "Chalk one
MERRILL S. BEYER
“Saleh" . . . played Varsity Tennis for Coach Pucillo . . . lived with "Shooky” in Room 143 . . . geography major, social studies minor . . . worked nights at RCA . . . favorite hangout "down at the corner" . . . attended summer school . . . Men's Varsity Club . . . "What say. Daddy?" . . . Future Teachers of America ... enjoys listening to a good sax . . .
MONICA G. BIERI Library Science Dnllastown
Monica . . . transfer from the University of Delaware . . . choir . . . naturally curly red hair . . . interested in knitting and sewing . . . vice-president of Alpha Beta Alpha in junior year . . . enjoys semi-classical music . . . historian for Delta I’hi Eta . . . could eat chicken anytime . . .
DOROTHY A. BINKLEY Public School Nursing Akron
“Dottie" . . . summer schooler . . . graduate from Lancaster General Hospital Nursing Sehool . . . counselor at Highland Park Camp last summer . . . likrs chicken pot pie . . . enjoys classical music . . .
DONALD C. BLANK
Industrial Arts Lancaster
Day student . . . wood major; drawing minor . . . did student teaching on campus . . . likes a good steak . . . "Ace" . . . worked part time at service station . . . IA Society . . . Men's Day Room Association . . . enjoys listening to Dixieland music . . . boating enthusiast . . . quite a sense of humor . . . summer schooler ...
FRANK A. BLENCE
“Reds" . . . dorm student . . . Newman Club . . . transfer from Penn State . . . January graduate . . . Phi Sigma Pi—past president . . . Student Council . . . loves meatballs . . . Centennial King . . . did student teaching at J. P. McCaskey . . . favorite song- "The Saints" . . . favorite hangout—the rack . . .
25MILDRED S. BOODY
Elementary Atlantic City, N. J.
‘’Millie" . . . out of Mate student . . . four-year choir member . . . SCA . . . chicken chont mein—a favorite . . . Gretchen in senior play . . . enjoys historical novels . . . FT A . . . dancer in "Finian's Rainbow" . . . manager for the hockey team four years . . . "It’s a panic!" . Lutheran Club . . .
DOLORES E. BOYER
"Squiz” . . . well liked day student . . . capable secretary of our class for three years . . . Delta Phi Eta. president . . . instrumental music a favorite . . . program chairman for FTA . . . full of Clever ideas . . . TOUCHSTONE . . . special interest in people . . . prexy of Women’s Day Student Association . . .
STANLEY K. BOWERS Elementary Millersville.
“Dick" . . . returned for senior year after two years in khakis . . . Varsity Club . . . tall blue-eyed, blond . . . FTA . . . frequents the Rat Race . . . good conversationalist . . . Student Council . . . one of the RCA crew last summer . . . can’t fight a sirloin steak . . . Veterans Club . . . "It's frightful!" ... appreciates semi-classical music . . .
HAROLD E. BRENNER
Industrial Arts Lancaster
Day student . . . "Hal" . . . Industrial Arts Society . . . likes pie . . . interested in photography . . . wood major, biological science minor . . . "And good" . . . likes popular music . . . Future Teachers of America . . . took time out of schooling to serve Uncle Sam . . . August graduate . . . can be found down at Martic Forge . . .
BARBARA R. BROWN
"Barb” . . . deserving co-captain of basketball team . . . taught with Eileen in Kindergarten . . . Varsity Queen— sophomore year . . . secretary of Dolphin . . . attractive brunette with extensive wardrobe . . . enjoys mood music—especially Jackie Gleason . . . loves steamed clams . . . "Wait till I tell you!” . . . trip to Washington with the trio . . .
LA VERNE E. BROWN
La Verne . . . pretty brown eyes . . . known for her accent . . . taught third grade in lab school . . . always willing to lend a helping hand . . . Dolpih Club vice-president and past treasurer . . . SCA . . . prefers semi-classical music . . . Welfare secretary . . . Normal Literary Society . . . favorite food, Dumpf Neb . . . can usually be found where ever there's food . . . "I'm hungry" . . . summer secretary . . .
26JAMES M. BUGGY
Industrial Arts Shamokin
Transfer from Bloomsburg STC . . . served in Army . . . likes a luick steak . . . “Mickey" . . . JV wrestling . . . likes to hunt . . . metal major . . . hangs out at the Owls Club . . . Newman Club . . . Vets Club . . . Future Teachers of America . . . “What do you say. big boy?" . . . did construction work last summer . . . Rod and Gun Club . . .
ROY C. CAMPBELL
Industrial Arts Lrwistown
Transfer from Penn State University . . . August graduate . . . did student teaching at Upper Leacock . . . good dancer . . . Phi Sigma Pi . . . attended summer school and worked at Washington Playground . . . Industrial Arts Society . . . enjoys Dixieland music . . . Alpha Phi Omega . . . “Roy" . . . likes to hunt . . . “Dig that crazy man!" . . . taught on campus . . .
JOSEPH V. CARABBA
Industrial Arts Berwick
“Joe" . . . IA major in wood shop . . . scored numerous touchdowns in ’55 season . . . sports enthusiast . . . Newman Cluh . . . attended summer school . . . Varsity Club . . . hangs out in the Diplomat . . . four-year man on football team . . . lends an ear to classical music . . . goes for ravioli in a big way . . . Industrial Arts Society . . .
CAROLYN J. CARR
Carolyn . . . came to Millersville from Beaver College . . . active community worker . . . has traveled as an exchange student to Germany . . . Hockey Cocaptain . . . steak and french fries her favorite dish ... FTA ... “Is everybody happy?" . . . Women's Varsity Club . . . TOUCHSTONE Managing Editor . . . ACEI . . . Welfare . . . practical joker . . .
ALLEN R. CLAY
“Clay" . . . loquacious . . . January graduate . . . veteran of 34 months in the U. S. Navy . . . did his student teaching at Manor High School . . . choir . . . likes pot-pie . . . Citamard . . . “That's about it, isn’t it?" . . . SCA . . . likes to play double-pinochle . . . Bassler Geographic Society . . . enjoys semi-classical music . . . English Cluh . . . frequents the Sugar Bowl . . . writes fiction stories . . .
ROBERT E. COFFIN
Industrial Arts Slatington
“Homer" . . . majored in electricity . . . super accelerated . . . August graduate . . . always good for a laugh . . . summer schooler . . . likes to tinker with anything that needs tinkering with . . . enjoys sea food . . . favorite type of music—Polka . . . Vets Club . . . Industrial Arts Society . . . “Come here once!” ... Phi Sigma Pi . . . had a host of automobiles . . .
27GEORGE W. COLE. JR.
Served 48 months in the Navy . . . Phi Sigma Pi . . . major—English, minor—social studies . . . Vets’ Club— commander . . . married and has one child . . . prefers classical music . . . Citamard . . . enjoys a steak dinner . . . accelerated . . . day student . . . did student teaching at Lancaster Twp. Jr. High . . . worked at RCA last summer . . .
DONALD W. COLVIN
Industrial Arts Millersville
"Don" . . . "Anyone for darts?” . . . can be found in the Men's Day Room . . . Industrial Arts Society . . . likes popular music . . . majored in electricity . . . favorite food—shrimp . . . worked at New Holland Machine Company last summer . . . interested in electronics . . . local boy . . . day student . . . enjoys drafting . . .
BARBARA B. CRAVER
“Barb" . . . occupant of married dorm in Music Hall for two years . . . enjoyed student teaching in second grade at James Buchanan ... a short sweet one . . . avid pinochle player . . . ACEI . . . boosted sales for Hertzler's Apparel Store . . . FTA . . . frequents the Rat Race . . . loves shrimp . . .
VERDA L. CULLER
Elementary Hancock. Md.
Verda . . . came to us from Shippens-burg . . . taught sixth grade with Jackie . . . keeps up to date on hill-billys and their songs . . . enjoys country ham . . . attended summer school . . . FTA . . . collects models of car . . . ACEI . . . "My word!" . . . member of Citamard . . .
PAUL H. CUNNINGHAM. JR.
"Runt" . . . major—social studies, minor—geography . . . Varsity Club . . . married . . . Veterans Club . . . served 46 months in the Air Force . . . Wrestling Team . . . likes roast beef with Yorkshire pudding . . . TOUCHSTONE staff-. . . did student teaching at J. P. McCaskey . . . enjoys popular music . . . sportsminded . . . transfer from F M . . . very interested in his family . . .
BARBARA J. DALLAGO
"Barb" . . . talented tennis player . . . took the vows in February . . . taught a semester on an emergency certificate . . . interested in art—especially oil painting . . . Women’s Varsity Club . . . enjoys spaghetti and popular music . . . typist for TOUCHSTONE . . . found time for ACEI and FTA . . .
28CYNTHIA J. DEAN Elementary Elmira, N. Y.
“Cindy” . . . blue ryes and smiling dimples . . . did student teaching in fourth grade . . . keeps up with the ten top tunes of the week . . . attended summer school . . . member of the choir . . . participated in intramural sports . . . ACEI . . . frequently heard saying “As many ----------- as Grant had sol-
diers" . . .
DONNA L. DETWILER
Library Science Manheim
“Donna Lou" . . . did student teaching in Reynolds Junior High . . . shows much talent in the held of painting . . . "Oh” . . . Women’s Athletic Association Council president . . . fond of Pol Pie . . . Alpha Beta Alpha . . . spent summer as a counselor at Lancaster County’s Girl Scout Camp . . . FTA .. .
PATRICIA II. DUNCAN
“Pat” . . . active day student ... attended summer school . . . Student Council representative . . . contributed a great deal of pep to the Cheerleading Squad—Captain, senior year . . . enjoys impressionistic music . . . handled finances for Women’s Day Student Council . . . has a blooming personality . . . recently took vows with former student . . .
DANIEL D. DURSO
Industrial iris Freeland
“Danny" . . . was in dry cleaning business with Rod . . . did his student teaching at McCaskey High School . . . loves auction sales and antiques ... attended summer school . . . 1A Society veep in junior year . . . likes all food . . . thinks Industrial Arts is the answer to all education problems . . .
JANET M. EABY
Elementary Blue Ball
Janet . . . brown-eyed brunette . . . accelerated . . . day student . . . FTA . . . can usually be found in the library . . . enjoys both classical and semi-classical music ... a friend to all . . . her special interests are hiking, knitting. and reading . . . attended summer school and spent weekends at the shore . . .
CAROLE G. EISENSTEIN
Elementary Bronx, JV. Y.
Carole . . . transfer from University of Delaware . . . broad scope of interests include reading, camp work and all sports . . . brown hair and eyes . . . married Elliott this past summer and spent honeymoon in Florida . . . taught third grade at Fulton School . . . August graduate . . .
29GEORGE R. ELBIN
Secondary W arfardsburg
George . . . avid hunter and fisherman . . . Phi Sigma Pi . . . frequents Sugar Bowl . . . Bassler Geographic Society . . . hillbilly music fan . . . did student teaching at McCaskey . . . enjoys ham . . . Rod and Gun Club . . . baseball enthusiast (Yanks) . . . mysterious private life . . . did constructional work last summer . .
A. RICHARD ERISMAN
“Dick” . . . major—mathematics, minor —physical science . . . Men’s Varsity Club—past president , . . married . . . “What’ll you have?” ... Mu Kappa Mu . . . accelerated . . . Normal Literary .Society—treasurer . . . likes waltz or Irish music . . . basketball . . . baseball —past captain . . . enjoys ice cream . . . graduated in January . . . worked at the Rat Race . . . day student . . .
BARBARA J. EYER
Library Science Chambersburg
Jane . . . student taught at Reynolds Junior High . . . Alpha Beta Alpha —president in senior year . . . “Oh gee whiz" . . . enjoys music, ballet and sports . . . has a craving for baked macaroni and cheese . . . Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship—secretary junior year . . . quiet but nice to know . . .
WILLIAM FISHER Industrial Arts Fleming
“Fish" . . . metal shop major . . . out-doorsman ... did student teaching at Reynolds Junior High . . . quiet except in dorm . . . varsity wrestler including STC Champ . . . “Knock it off class" . . . enjoys popular music . . . outstanding wrestler in 1955 STC Tournament . . . Industrial Arts Society . . . single . . . likes dairy foods . . . lifeguard at State Park . . .
J. DAVID FITZGIBBONS
“Fitz" . . . outstanding four-year man in Varsity basketball—Captain senior year . . . one of the “Bolognas" . . . veep of MCA . . . spends a lot of time in Ephrata . . . Mu Kappa Mu . . . helped plan assembly programs . . . Bassler Geographic Society . . . “What time is chow?” ... a neat tall one . . .
LUNDY D. FLICK
Industrial Arts Julian
"Tex" . . . majored in woodwork . . . IA Society . . . did student teaching in New Holland . . . goes for real hillbilly music . . . often found in the rack . . . has a friendly smile for all . . . Rod and Gun Club . . . favors steaks and horseback riding . . . wrestled in sophomore year . . .
30JOSEPH M. FLORYSHAK
. Secondary Glen Lyon
“Flory" . . . transfer from Kings College . . . dorm student . . . likes lots of Polish food . . . “Get off it!" . . . general science major, mathematics minor . . . taught ninth grade at Campus Junior High . . . interested in photography . . . attended summer school . . . Newman Club treasurer . . . quiet type . . . enjoys hunting and fishing . . .
HAROLD E. FOLLETT
Industrial Arts ff ilminnton. Del.
“Hal" . . . enjoys boat building, sailing. water and snow skiing . . . spent the summer building a -10-foot auxiliary sailboat . . . likes classical and popular music . . . president of Rod and Gun Club . . . member of Industrial Arts Socity ... favorite food is ice cream ...
MARY B. FRIZZELL
Mary . . . married, day student . . . January graduate . . . attended NYU School of Music . . . member of League of Women’s Voters . . . two children . . . favorite hangout—home ... ten years teaching experience . . . interest in politics . . . listens to opera . . .
HAROLD 0. CERRICK
Industrial Arts Littlestou-n
"Fox" ... a blue-eyed blonde . . . transfer from York Junior College . . . geography minor . . . returned for senior year after 21 months in Army .. . Bassler Geographic Society . . . often seen in Rat Race . . . enjoys leather craft . . . plays the trumpet . . . likes to go hunting . . . goes for bop and classical records . . .
MICHAEL E. FRIEDBERG
“Freedy” . . . married Kay this past summer and honeymooned at Miami Beach . . . taught eighth grade at Edward Hand Junior High ... a football man four years . . . majored in geography ... a great sports enthusiast . . . Varsity Club member . . . social studies minor . . . “Let's rack out!” . . . can’t resist steak . . . attended summer school at MSTC . . .
31MARY A. GREENAWALT
Mary Ann . . . social studies major . . . student teacher in eighth grade in York . . . enjoys swimming and a member of Dolphin . . . went to summer school . . . likes classical music . . . member of FTA. ICC. SCA . . . favorite expression “That'll shatter ’em!" ...
Industrial Arts Norristown
“Walt" . . . January graduate ... Industrial Arts Society—secretary . . . transfer from Temple University . . . five years with U. S. Air Force . . . Phi Sigma Pi . . . prefers steak . . . married . . . Iota Lambda Sigma . . . enjoys classical music . . . golf enthusiast . . . taught seventh thru eleventh grades at Hcmpficld H. S. . .. dorm student . . .
PATRICIA J. M. HAGGERTY Secondary Lancaster
“Irish" . . . taught ninth grade English at Edward Hand . . . member of Newman Club . . . geography minor . . . interest in art and painting ... designer of dresses . . . worked for the Franklin County Cirl Scout Camp as a unit leader . . . Normal . . . likes to play tennis and go canoeing . . .
CARON T. HAKE
Secondary Red Lion
“Ted" . . . Mu Kappa Mu . . . married Joan in August . . . fried chicken— favorite food . . . former Hershey Junior College student . . . Phi Sigma Pi . . . “How's that?" . . . U. S. Army man . . . ICG . . . graduates in August . . . mood music ... at home anywhere . . . witty . . .
HUH AN E. GUNNION
“Hughie" . . . dormitory and day student during her four years . . . social studies major; English minor . . . secretary of Citamard . . . veep of Normah Literary Society . . . mad about modern art . . . spends her summers packing popsicles at Penn Dairies . . . did her student teaching at Edward Hand Junior High in ancient history . . .
32CHARLES K. HARCLERODE
Industrial Arts Lancaster
Wood major; math minor . . . did student teaching second semester . . . married to Helen—proud of his little girl . . . “Cot n butt?” . . . football three years . . . baseball two years . . . “Hare” . . . can be found in the day room . . . special interest—daughter, hobbies will come later . . .
EUGENE C. HARPLE
Secondary M iddletown
“Gene” . . . math major . . . taught seventh and ninth grades at Campus Junior High . . . loves to loaf . . . went to summer school . . . often seen in the Rat Race . . . will never turn down a good steak ... a Phi Sigma Pi man . . . member of Veterans Club . . . often heard saying “I don’t know"
HELEN H. HECK
Secondary Hagerstown, Md.
Helen . . . transferred from Hagerstown Jr. College . . . band . . . Oh! Heck! . . . listens to semi-classical music . . . January graduate . . . loves German home-cooking . . . bio major . . . enjoys reading . . . married last summer . . . taught science in the Junior High . . . accelerated . . .
THOMAS T. HECKARD
“Tom" . . . capable performer on the football gridiron . . . August graduate . . . wore Navy blues for 48 months . . . MCA secretary . . . frequents the Rat Race , . . "Vase " . . . everyone's friend . . . Varsity Club . . . rough, tough and husky . . . sports enthusiast . . .
G. ERNEST HEECARD Industrial Arts Malvern
“Ernie" . . . able member of Theater Arts Club—president junior year . . . a tall blond—blue eyes . . . metal major . . . always willing to lend a helping hand . . . Alpha Phi Omega historian . . . goes for steak in a big way . . . water front director at a summer camp . . . Industrial Arts Society . . . prefers jazz . . .
GORDON S. HELM BACH
Industrial Arts East Greenville
“Heinie" . . . Iota Lambda Sigma . . . raves about spaghetti . . . Industrial Arts Society . . . FT A veep . . . dorm student ... Phi Sigma Pi . . . APO treasurer . . . sold building supplies last summer . . . Theater Arts Club . . . safety education minor . . . Alpha Phi Omega . . .
Industrial Arts Bird-in-Hand
Ralph . . . served 24 months in the U. S. Army . . . majored in metal . . . has a wife, Shirley and two children . . . “So there you are" . . . spends his spare time at the golf course . . . Vets Club . . . can always listen to jazz . . . interested in painting and leather craft.
MARY E. HEPNER Elementary East Earl
Mary . . . taught fourth grade in Lancaster . . . accelerated . . . spends her pastime reading and playing the piano . . . likes chocolate candy . . . can usually be found in the library . . . Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship . . . summer schooler and part-time waitress . . . known for her quiet reserved manner . . .
EDWIN A. HIGGINS
“Pinky" . . . did student teaching at Reynolds . . . engaged . . . choir . . . likes semi-classical music . . . SCA . . . likes shrimp . . . “Frank, get up!" . . . Phi Sigma Pi . . . TOUCHSTONE . . . a stately six-footer . . . FT A . . . served on College Nutritional Committee . . . interested in fishing, scouting, and singing . . . MCA—secretary . . . senior class—veep . . .
ROBERT C. HILBERT
Industrial Arts Lancaster
Metal major . . . “indubitably" . . . Industrial Arts Society . . . hangs out at Red’s . . . Newman Club . . . was a machinist at Armstrong Cork before coming to MSTC . . . likes Dixieland music . . . “Bob” . . . did student teaching first semester . . . likes to read . . . enjoys steaks and chops . . . married to Barbara—proud of his little one . . .
GALE V. HILL
“Scoop” . . . student taught in York in the first grade . . . transfer from Shippensburg STC . . . FT A . . . her favorite—spaghetti . . . “Gee whiz" . . . likes to swim, dance, and play tennis . . . prefers popular music . . . blue-eyed brunette . . . frequents the smoker . . . spent summer as a teacher at Nurse’s Nursery School . . .
EVA S. HOFFMAN
Elementary Miller sville
Eva . . . lives with Morris in a trailer on "poverty Row" . . . accelerated . . . August graduate . . . Lutheran Club . . . can usually be found at home . . . ACEI . . . her special interests include knitting and playing the piano . . . very fond of pie . . . SCA . . . enjoys classical music . . . member of choir . . . attended summer school and worked at RCA . . .
34PHYLLIS A. HOLZMUELLER
Elementary Drexel Hill
“Phyl" . . . transfer from Mansfield STC . . . student teacher fifth grade training school . . . likes to knit and embroider in spare time . . . can be seen in Ocean City during the summer . . . often heard saying, “That's a riot" . . . member of ACEI, FT A, SCA . . . also played JV basketball . . . nice to know . . .
WALTER J. HOUSER
“Joe" . . . transfer from Penn State . . . SCA—president . , . served 24 months in the Army . . . receding blonde hair . . . Mu Kappa Mu— president . . . "Vase" . . . choir . . . worked on the "Rug" at Hershey Park . . . FT A . . . prefers semi-classical music . . . good bridge player . . . Phi Sigma Pi . . . conscientious worker . . . sociable . . .
NANCY A. HUGHES Elementary Lancaster
Nancy . . . did student teaching at Wickersham . . . choir . . . enjoys spaghetti . . . FT A member . . . summer hostess in Ocean City dining room . . . can listen to good music anytime . . . likes to write letters . . . Women's Day Student Association . . . "Very good!"
"Rosie" . . . enjoyed student teaching in Miss Jenkins' first grade . . . many interests include collecting stamps, coins, and tropical fish . . . prefers classical music . . . FTA . . . hoagies her favorite . . . ACEI . . . “Do you know what?" . . . TOUCHSTONE . . . SCA . . . worked on the farm this summer . . .
EUGENE P. JONES
“Alis" . . . Phi Sigma Pi . . . day student . . . choir . . . enjoys reading . . . TOUCHSTONE—business manager . . . friendly . . . SCA . . . "Oh, my!" . . . avid music fan . . . student taught at Campus Junior High . . . enjoys piano music . . , attended summer school . . easy to get to know . . . likes to read . . .
RAY E. JONES Elementary York
Ray . . . student taught in York . . . married . . . ICG—parliamentarian . . . can’t resist baked ham with sweet potatoes and peas . . . “What in Blazes?” . . . Alpha Phi Omega—past veep . . . took part in the chattel debates . . . accelerated . . . enjoyed breakfast at Pat's . . . enthusiastic politically . . . takes special interest in his tropical fish . . . enjoys classical and band music . . .
35EDWARD KABAKJIAN Industrial Arts Lanuloune
Accelerated . . . likes to dance . . . graphic arts and wood majors . . . “You’d better believe it" . . . Citmard . . . likes classical music . . . Industrial Arts Society . . . Alpha Phi Omega . . . summer schooler . . . Rifle Club . . . Theater Arts . . . Senior Play . . . Waiters Association . . . Wrestling . . . likes to swim and boat . . . quite a variety of student teaching . . .
JOHN W. KAMBIC
"Big John" . . . social studies major . . . did student teaching at Hand Junior High eighth grade . . . married to Nancy . . . father of one boy . . . went to summer school also had playground job this summer . . . likes polkas and waltzes . . . member of football squad . . . played intramural softball and basketball . . . member of Newman and Veteran’s Club . . .
Secondary l incaster
Fred . . . one of the commuters . . . dark hair and eyes . . . member of Newman Club . . . did student teaching in Iuincaster . . . loves potatoes in all forms . . . math major . . . lends an ear to ach . . . summer schooler . . . married . . . F M transfer . . .
JOHN K. KEMPER
Secondary Forty Fort
Transfer from Penn State . . . English major, social studies minor . . . dedicated pinochle player . . . Rod and Gun Club . . . camp counselor last summer . . . Alpha Phi Omega . . . Future Teachers of America . . . likes jazz . . . “John" . . . plays tennis . . . gets plenty of rack time . . . goes camping . . . enjoys rating . . .
JOHN P. KERSHNER
“Kersh” . . . Citmard . . . major— social studies, minor—geography . . . Senior Class Play . . . raves over ham . . . dorm student . . . student taught eighth grade at Reynolds . . . avid pinochle player . . . prefers popular music . . . favorite hangout—room 224 . . . was night watchman at Hershey Park Pool last summer . . . very interested in dramatics . . .
MARVIN L. KESTER Industrial Arts Walnut port
Wood major . . . Varsity Club . . . turned in some fine performances from the mound in baseball . . . “It’s phenomenal!" . . . loafed last summer . . . wants to build fiberglass canoes . . . likes contemporary music . . . can be found at almost any hour in the “rack" . . . pleasing, cheerful personality . . . roomed with Dan . . . good woodworker . . .
36JOAN M. KINGREA
Secondary Willow Grove
"Joanie" . . . likes to take pictures . . . Mu Kappa Mu . . . sports fan . . . pizza and spaghetti . . . attended summer session at Ogontz . . . "I'll he darned ’ . . . SCA . . . goes for popular music . . . satch student . . . student taught Math . . . Penn State transfer...
PATRICIA A. KIPP
“Pat" . . . transferred from Indiana STC . . . taught Biology in Lancaster . . . blue eyed hrownette . . . enjoys listening to classical music . . . Lutheran Student Association . . . collects biological specimens . . . favorite hangout—Sugar Bowl . . . quiet . . . interested in gcnalogy . . . ICG . . .
DOLORES M. KISSINGER
"Kiss" . . . 5 1” petite blonde . . . enjoyed student teaching in York . . . ACEI . . . missed in dorm senior year . . . faithful Dolphin member . . . excellent knitting teacher . . . FTA . . . loves dreamy dance music . . . Normal . . . "Oh. Herman!" . . . SCA . . . can eat fried chicken anytime . . . accelerated in summer school . . .
RONALD L. KOBLE Industrial Arts Shamokin
“Ron" . . . lover of classical music . . . outdoorsman . . . enjoys seafood . . . IA Society—veep . . . attended summer school . . . Iota Lambda Sigma . . . appreciates the opposite sex . . . playground instructor in Lancaster . . . nice personality . . . frequently seen in the dining hall . . . always well dressed . . .
E. SUE KREIDER
"Sue" . . . did student teaching with "Rosie" in first grade . . . brown hair and blue eyes . . . pretty complexion . . . Senior Class Play publicity committee . . . making jewelry a special interest . . . likes all kinds of ice cream . . . ACEI . . . worked at the shore as a waitress this summer . . .
PATRICIA A. KRIMMEL Elementary Mountville
"Terry" . . . day student . . . did student teaching in sixth grade in the Laboratory School . . . pinned to John . . . has a keen interest in Astronomy . . . Dolphin Club . . . never refuses chocolate cream pic . . . "Just a minute" . . . toured the West, California and Canada last summer . . .
37DONALD J. KUGLE Secondary Marietta
“Kuglc" . . . Phi Sigma Pi—president . . . major—social studies; minor—English . . . “Oh. my!" . . . FT A....n-
joys steak . . . ICG . . . served in IF Council . . . prefers Guy Lombardo’s music . . . won the “Ugly Man Contest” last year . . . conscientious worker . . . sports enthusiast . . . enjoys reading . . . well liked . . .
JOSEPH E. LABATCH
"Babe" . . . chalks up points in basketball . . . loves steak and potatoes . . . one of the summer scholars . . . Newman Club . . . Varsity Club . . . goes for slow music . . . student taught sixth grade . . . football . . . commonly seen Rcc. lounge . . . "Sec Ya!" . . . likes to fish . . .
V. JANE LATSHAW
“Mom" . . . Social Studies major . . . able advisor to classmates . . . collector of spoons . . . kept busy with family . . . likes the blues . . . took a camping trip with her boys last summer . . . enjoys knitting and sewing . . . graduates in August . . . frequently seen in Rat Race . . .
JOHN A. LAUER
John . . . accelerated . . . worked at Howard Johnson's . . . student taught sixth grade . . . spent 22 months in Army . . . house construction . . . likes to play tennis . . . goes for buttered turnips . . . enjoys semi-classical music . . . goes camping in his spare time . . .
ELAINE E. I.EBO
“Lainie” . . . Welfare . . . handbook committee . . . loves pizza pie . . . ETA . . . can arrange flowers . . . SCA . . . class treasurer . . . enjoys cooking . . . WRA . . . listens to classical music . . . engaged . . . likes country sales . . . ACEI . . . spent first semester in training school with Miss Good . . .
NORMA C. LEAMAN
“Norma" . . . day student . . . student teacher in kindergarten second semester . . . married . . . has three children . . . spent the summer at summer school und traveling around . . . enjoy being with her family . . . worked on SNAPPER publicity committee . . . also member of Primary Club and Speech Choir . . . "How ’bout that!" . . .
38ROGER P. LEVENDUSKY
Industrial Arts Palmer ton
Did student leaching second semester . . . metal major . . . likes steak and french fries . . . “Likes to get away on weekends" . . . thinks that the only music on Earth is the polka ... attended summer school . . . “Gooch" . . . Industrial Arts Society . . . Newman Club . . . managed to get through college in 2 6 years . . .
WILLIAM R. LOGAN
"Bill" . . . did student teaching in ninth grade at Edward Hand Junior High . . . Normal Literary Society . . . married Chaydeane in September of '55 . . . “Lebanon bologna" . . . biological science major, geography minor . . . goes for fish . . . listens to hillbilly music . . . worked for Geologic Survey this past summer . . .
RAYMOND H. LONG Secondary Lancaster
“Ray" . . . day student . . . summer marriage to Virginia . . . science man from start to finish . . . enjoys music, especially Dixieland . . . transfer from Penn State . . . attended summer school . . . accomplished artist . . . likes spaghetti and baked beans . . . sociable . . . good pinochle player . . . easy going . . .
NORMA L. LOVELIDGE
Day student . . . transferred from Beaver College . . . favors instrumental popular music . . . collects coins and horses . . . frequently seen at the Rat Race . . . attended summer school . . . student taught in second grade at Jacob Eickholtz . . .
Industrial Arts Millersville
“Barney” . . . taught metal and graphic arts at Manhcim Township . . . out-doorsman . . . enjoys deer hunting ami trout fishing . . . accelerated at summer school . . . Normalile . . . twenty-four months in the Army Anti-aircraft . . . toured New England and Eastern Canada last summer . . . spaghetti anytime . . .
ROBERT U. LOYND
General science and math majors . . . claims everything is interesting . . . "Knock it of!!” . . . attended summer school . . . married . . . can be found in day room ... Mu Kappa Mu . . . plays chess . . . loves fried chicken . . . Roddy Scientific . . . Men’s Day Student Association . . . likes popular music . . .
39PATRICIA L. McCARDLE
“Pat” . . . came to Millersvillc from Juniata College . . . taught fifth grade at laboratory school . . . writing, dancing. and traveling are among her many interests . . . choir member . . . World University Service Chairman . . . spent three weeks at summer school . . . short brown hair . . .
MARGARET A. McCONNELL Elementary Hershey
“Marge" . . . transfer from Hershey Junior College . . . dorm student . . . a blue-eyed blonde with a pretty smile . . . FTA . . . likes popular music . . . student taught in fourth grade at training school ... a loyal band member . . . fond of pizza pie . . . attended summer school and worked at Hershey Park on weekends . . .
DAVID J. McINTIRE
“Mac" . . . transferred from University of Pittsburgh, Johnstown Center . . . major in biological science ... a six-footer . . . enjoys swing music . . . taught at McCaskcy . . . "Oh. well!” . . . can cat a good steak . . . summer schooler . . . married, has one child . . . likes to dance and read a good book . . .
DANIEL S. MACNOTTI
Industrial Arts Montrose
“Fire fighter" . . . metal major . . . hard worker . . . “Don’t sweat it" . . . Newman Club . . . “Magge” . . . Men's Varsity Club . . . creator of good designs . . . choir . . . wrestling trainer . . . likes to wood sculpture . . . roomed with Marv ... an outdoorsman . . . had to watch his "ulcers" . . . one of the Recitation Hall gang . . . likes to hunt and fish . . .
RICHARD G. MAR LEY
Industrial Arts Harrisburg
"Dick” . . . day student . . . has a wife Sandy . . . enjoys hunting and fishing also keeping up with stock car races . . . likes jazz . . . seen in Rat Race . . . went to summer school . . . member of the football squad . . . belongs to Industrial Arts Society . . . "Hello there” . . .
FRED MARTIN Industrial Arts Doylestoun
“Fritz" . . . transfer from Penn State . . . accelerated . . . taught wood, metal, and drawing . . . Industrial Arts Society . . . keen interest in wife and son . . . likes to collect and refinish antiques . . . hangs out at home . . . enjoys wife’s cooking . . . served 45 months in the Air Force . . .KATHRYN F. MARTIN Public School Nursing Stevens
“Kay" . . . attended Bellevue School of Nursing in New York . . . spent three years with the Army Nurse Corps in Italy and Africa . . . lists swimming, horseback, ana ice skating among her interests . . . has four children . . , can he found in coffee shops ... enjoys steak and scmi-classicul music . . .
MARY J. MARTZ
Library Science Harrisburg
“Janie" . . . petite but peppy ... FT A . . . loves cats . . . Alpha Beta Alpha . . . spent summer typing for SCA . . . keeps a level head . . . enjoys hiking and the great outdoors . . . taught English at Manheim Township . . . SCA . . . "Dear Gussic!" . . .
BARRY O. MILLER
"Baron" . . . major—social studies, minor—biological science . . . Student Council president . . . enjoys seafood . . . good friend to all . . . ICG, past chairman, historian . . . playground supervisor in summer . . . Phi Sigma Pi . . . classical music fan . . . "Pinochle, anyone" . . . dorm student . . . always ready with a helping hand . . .
JOHN J. MILLER
Industrial Arts Harrisburg
"Moose" . . . graphic arts major . . . enjoys cards and chess . . . often seen at the corner and Pete’s . . . football, four years . . . goes for that classical music . . . “lake it easy!” . . . steak and chicken arc favored . . . Varsity Club . . . full of fun and great to know . . .
LOU ETTA B. MILLER Elementary Littlesloivn
"Lou" . . . accelerated . . . did student teaching for Mrs. Stiles in the lab school . . . can eat ice cream anytime . . . has visited nine European countries . . . "You know" . . . can be found on third floor in her spare time . . . band . . . collector of postcards . . . ACEI . . .BARBARA C. MILNE
“Barb" . . . student taught in York . . . was missed in the dorm in senior year . . . clever and industrious . . . married Tom on Thanksgiving . . . graduated in January . . . could always be found in smoker or Sugar Bowl . . . Women's Varsity Club . . loves to knit and
makes terrific pizza . . .
HENRY J. MOORE
“Chub” . . . day student . . . spent forty-two months with the Air Force . . . thinks Lebanon bologna is the greatest . . . band member . . . “What’s the good word?” . . . progressive jazz, a favorite . . . frequents Valentino’s . . . choir . . . works at Miller’s soda fountain . . . pride in wife and children . . .
JACQUELINE F. MULL Elementary MillersviUe
"Jackie” . . . student taught in sixth grade for Mrs. Broome . . . weakness for chocolate cake plus coffee . . . ACEI . . . names home her favorite hangout . . . Normalite ... “I had known" . . . baseball and basketball fan . . . SCA . . . January graduate . . . beautiful complexion . . . enjoys housekeeping . . .
JEAN M. MUMMA
Library Science llunimehtotvn
Jeannie . . . “Hi, chick!" . . . enjoys deep discussions . . . centennial court . . . always going somewhere . . . ICG . . . handbook editor . . . Delta Phi Eta . . . cute and ambitious . . . oh, those jokes . . . student council secretary . . . Homer . . . versatility plus . . . cheerleader . . .
M. ALICE MOYER
“Al” . . . always laughing . . . one of the summer school gang . . . likes steak and salads ... the knitter . . . "Oh, crow!" . . . ACEI . . . taught second grade with Miss Moberg . . . "Let’s get a hoagie" . . . transfer from Goshen, Indiana . . . likes sports . . .
EUGENE S. MURPHY
Transfer from the University of Pennsylvania . . . dorm student . . . social studies major, English minor . . . likes to read . . . summer schooler . . . ICG . . . likes good classical music . . . “Murph” . . . can be found frequently in the library . . . attended Summit meeting at Geneva . . . “What say?” . . . did student teaching in Lancaster .. .
DONALD D. MYERS
Industrial Arts Millersl ille
Day student , . . wood major . . . student teaching at Manhcim Township . . . favorite food: Spanish rice . . . Iota lambda Sigma . . . enjoys symphony music ... a pretty fair roller skater . . . Industrial Arts Society . . . attended summer schools . . . “Don" . . . television fan . . . January graduate . . . keenly interested in woodworking . . . last of seven brothers who are college graduates . . .
ROBERT L. MYERS Secondary York
Day student . . . accelerated . . . favorite food, homemade pot pie ... attended summer school . . . can he found in the day room . . . had a part-time job last summer . . . radio bug . . . two majors—French and math . . . likes camping and hiking . . . enjoys popular and classical music . . . “Bob” . . . quiet type . . . “Hiya!" . . .
MARGARET S. NEWMAN
“Peggy" ... a tall, pretty brunette . . . our capable editor of TOUCHSTONE . . . well known on campus . . . president of Lyle Hall . . . business manager for OPUS two years . . . English major . . . goes for pizza in a big way . . . often seen in Rat Race . . . found time for Newman Club. FTA, and Citarnard . . . always busy . . .
ROSE M. NULL
"Rosie” . . . brown-eyed brownette . . . enjoys shrimp and pizza pie . . . ACF.l . . . taught sixth grade in Lancaster . . . minor in Driver Ed. . . . “My heavens” . . . married in September, '55 . . . likes to bake . . . FTA . . . favorite type of music—semi-classical . . . summer school . . .
GEORGE H. ORTLIP
“Red” . . . geography major . . . noted for wit and sense of humor ... Mu Kappa Mu . . . basketball squad for four years . . . spends free hours in the sack . . . Varsiry Club treasurer . . . familiar campus figure . . . Bassler Geographic Society . . . goes for western movies . . . lobster tail, a favorite ...
ROBERT W. PAINTER
Industrial Arts Philadelphia
Accelerated . . . ambitious enough for two majors: electricity and metal . . . a bug for Hi-Fi . . . minor in Driver Education . . . likes antiques . . . Alpha Phi Omega . . . IA Society . . . "We’ll never make it!” . . . Iota lambda Sigma . . . Citarnard . . . vice-president of our class during sophomore and junior years . . . likes classical music ...
43SARA E. PFEIFFER
"Sally" . . . accelerated . . . August graduate . . . transfer from Rob Jones University . . . many interests include reading, music, and sports . . . brown hair and blue eyes . . . day student . . . her favorite is fried chicken . . . has an ear for. semi-classical music ... attended summer school at MSTC ...
WILLIAM T. PLEIBEL
Industrial Arts Prospect Park
Lived with Jake. Moose, and Rod in Recitation Hall . . "Pleib” . . . worked in Print Shop last summer . . . Alpha Phi Omega . . . IA Society . . . likes “County music" . . . happy-go-lucky type . . . wood major . . . did student teaching second semester . . . August graduate . . . always a roomful of visitors . . . “That’s great!" . . .
EULES C. PHILLIPS
“Phil" . . . student teacher in fifth grade at York . . . enjoys sketching and painting . . . has wife Orlone . . . father of two children . . . spends summer in school ... a Phi Sigma Pi man . . . Citamard treasurer . . . member of Lutheran Club . . . ICG claims his time . . . favorite snack is Italian pizza . . .
Industrial Arts Pottstoun
Graphic Arts major . . . interested in Hi-Fi . . . Rod and Gun Club . . . collects records and plays piano . . . worked for commercial photographer last summer . . . Newman Club . . . Waiters Association . . . likes classical music . . . hangout—nearest Hi-Fi set . . . IA Society . . . “Don" . . . lived in Roddy Hall . . . model railroading is his hobby . . .
R. RUSSELL PORTER Secondary Philadelphia
“The Senator" . . . Bassler Geographic Society . . . “Oh. my!” . . . prexy of our class during sophomore and junior years . . . likes all food . . . earned a commission in the Marine Corps . . . past chairman of ICG . . . did student teaching at Reynolds Junior High in Lancaster . . .
JOSEPH F. PYOTT Secondary Lancaster
Social Studies major . . . enjoys sports . . . special interest is preaching . . . spent his summers in summer school . . . proofread for the newspapers . . . enjoys listening to hymns . . . prexy of Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship . . . OPUS . . . member of the choir . . . editor of Pen Scratches . . .
“Sheri" . . . attractive brunette . . . proud of the ring on her left hand . . . secretary of Women’s Day Student Council ... an accomplished pianist and artist . . . day student . . . raises snails for a hobby . . . "You know!" . . . likes pork and sauerkraut . . . noted for her outstanding water color paintings . . .
PAUL G. RANK
Secondary Red IAon
Transfer from West Chester . . . football trainer . . . popular music fan . . . FTA . . . enjoys dancing and skating . . . did student teaching at York . . . Bassler Geographic Society ... enjoyed summer school and sun bathing . . . good looking and well dressed . . . ardent member of ICG . . .
PAUL ROBINSON Industrial Arts Tuin Oaks
"Robbie" . . . major in woodwork . . . king of the dance floor . . . played football . . . “What’s happening?" . . . can eat spaghetti anytime . . . progressive jazz is his great weakness . . . Don’s roomie . . . member of Varsity Club . . . usually found at the Rat Race . . . spent last summer doing masonry work . . .
JAMES H. ROHLFINC Industrial Arts Media
Accelerated . . . majored in wood . . . did student teaching at Manheim Township . . . had a shop with Bob and Dan . . . summer schooler . . . favorite hangout—Wheatland . . . proxy of Alpha Phi Omega . . . IA Society . . . Iota Lambda Sigma . . . Interfraternity Council . . . commuting student . . .
WILLIAM V. ROMANS
Elementary Saint Clair
“Snail" . . . likes rock and roll music . . . announces the sporting events . . . Newman Club member . . . liked to fool around with Heckard’s tape recorder . . . enjoys public speaking . . . not too speedy . . . from up in Cod’s country . . . lived in the dorm . . . has a great capacity for cheering you up when you arc low . . .
HERBERT E. ROSER Industrial Arts lAincaster
"Herb" . . . graphic arts major . . . Iota lambda Sigma proxy . . . temporarily retired major in the US Marine Corps . . . served 15 years . . . out-doorsman . . . enjoys golf, tennis, swimming, hunting, and fishing . . . attractive wife . . . Phi Sigma Pi . . . Columbia Flying Club . . . goes camping with son . . .
45JOAN P. RUCH
Transfer from Penn Slate University . . . counselled at day camp last summer . . . Rat Race regular and an ardent pinochle fan . . . did student teaching in training school . . . "Zowie!" . . . likes popular music . . . partial to steak . . . commuter from Lancaster . . . spends numerous weekends at the shore . . . full of fun . . .
JULES M. SAMITZ
Industrial Arts Philadelphia
Transfer from University of Pennsylvania . . . electricity major . . . Alpha Phi Omega . . . Theater Arts Club . . . IA Society . . . Interfraternity Council . . . can be found in any shop ... interested in scouting . . . likes semi-classical music . . . one of the Philadelphia gang . . .
LORETTA R. SCHIMP
One of Mr. Zwally’s warblers . . . FTA . . . appreciates choral and symphonic music . . . ACEI . . . always willing to help . . . Xenophile . . . served as a counselor last summer . . taught for Miss Cresswcll in the lab school . . . quiet—most of the time . . .
M. JOANNA SCHMINKEY Elementary Steicartslown
"Jo" . . . enthusiastic . . . did student teaching in the lab school . . . four years with Citamard . . . SCA . . . goes horseback riding . . . summer schooler . . . always a smile . . . ACEI . . . seafood is a favorite with this lass . . . collects driftwood . . . worked as a waitress during spare time . . .
JERE W. SCHULER
"Stick" . . . tall and handsome . . . day student . . . four years of football . . . goes for hillbilly music anytime . . . did student teaching at Edward Hand Junior High in Lancaster . . . one of Radar's crew . . . worked at Armstrong last summer . . . Men's Day Room Council . . . great asset to baseball team . . .
RICHARD L. SECERMARK Industrial Arts Narberth
“Shooky" . . . majored in wood . . . IA Society . . . can always be found at the Rat Race . . . likes Dixieland music . . . had his own crash club . . . lived in Recitation Hall freshman year . . . liked to shoot darts at Jonny's . . . Senior Play . . . plays tennis . . .
46DONNAVON D. SHAFFER
Transfer from Franklin and Marshall . . . physical science major . . . math minor . . . likes mood music . . . “How about that?" . . . summer schooler . . . accelerated . . . August graduate . . . has a special interest in chrmislry . . . likes fried chicken . . . did student teaching in the lab school . . . quiet type . . .
FLORENCE F. SHENBERGER
“Flo” . . . enjoys keeping house in the trailer for her husband. Bob . . . did student teaching in fourth grade at York . . . hobby is raising flowers . . . active member of the band and choir . . . likes popular music . . . attended summer school . . .FTA . . . ACEI . . . January graduate . . .
GLEN F. SHEPPARD Industrial Arts Philadelphia
Day student . . . Iota Lambda Sigma secretary . . . accelerated . . . majored in graphic arts . . . attended summer school . . . spent 24 months in the Army . . . married to Katherine . . . likes to listen to show tunes . . . IA Society treasurer . . . understanding and always has a smile . . .
RICHARD A. SHEPPS
“Shepps" . . . did student teaching with Joe in the lab school . . . one of the "Lebanon Bolognas” . . . sports enthusiast . . . ACEI . . . likes to go for spaghetti with Rich . . . friendly to all . . . FTA . . . "How ’bout that?" . . . member of Varsity Club . . .
RICHARD D. SHERR
Social Studies major . . . "Know what I mean?" . . . Men’s Day Room Association . . . lifeguard at Wildwood Crest last summer . . . enjoys turkey and steak . . . recent bridegroom . . . Jug’s close friend . . . taught at Edward Hand Junior High in Lancaster . . . active swimmer . . .SYLVIA L. SHIRK
"Syl" . . . small, attractive blonde . . . has good taste . . . choir member . . . loves to knit socks . . . ACKI . , . part-time clerk at Watt and Shand's . . . TOUCHSTONE staff . . . ‘ I II never tell” . . . summer waitress . . . forever decorating . . . willing to help . . .
THOMAS E. SHURGALLA
Transfer from Kutztown STC . . . day student . . . has a special interest in history and is well informed on contemporary affairs . . . summer schooler . . . served for his rich Uncle Sam for two years . . . serious minded . . . enjoys steak . . .
EILEEN G. SIERSBECK
Elementary Haver toun
“Ho" . . . tall, attractive, with gray, green eyes . . . engaged to Don . . . did student teaching in kindergarten in lab school . . . member of FTA, ACEI, and Welfare . . . spent the past summer vacationing in Nassau and writing letters to California ... fun to be around . . .
HARRY SPATZ Industrial Arts Reading
Transfer from Albright College . . . accelerated . . . “You bet I did!" . . . married . . . two youngsters . . . day student . . . enjoys thick steaks and music with pleasant rhythm . . . worked off credits last summer . . . metal major . . . Theater Arts Club member . . .
BARRY L. STEIN
Secondary Red Lion
Tall, dark, and handsomr senior . . . capable class president . . . transfer from West Chester STC . . . worked as a lib guard for three summers . . . enjoys a lobster dinner and South American music . . . active in sports . . . participated in ICG, SCA, Alpha Phi Omega, and Bassler Geographic Society . . . popular man on campus . . .
SHIRLEY M. STERLING
Day student . . . did student teaching in fifth grade at Lafayette School in I-ancaster . . . always has a friendly smile . . . enjoys ice cream and classical music . . . “Oh. brother! What a riot!" . . . counselor at the Woods School for the mentally retarded last summer . . . FTA . . . Julia in the Senior Play . . .
48BRUCE D. STEVENSON
Industrial Arts CoUeget'ille
“Batman” . . . married Ruthic after graduation in January . . . did student teaching on campus and at John Reynolds Junior High in Lancaster . . . trainer for the football team . . . enjoys a good steak . . . roomed with Heckurd first semester . . . likes Dixieland .. . . "Old soldiers never die" . . .
RUTH T. STEVENSON
Elementary New Cumberland
"Rufus" . . . Bruce’s wife . . . enjoys popular music . . . transfer from Dickinson College . . . summer schooler . . . did student teaching last year in the lab school . . . Rat Race regular . . . goes for a juicy steak in a big way . . . cute and petite . . .
GRACE B. STOOP Elem entary II edit els vill e
Accelerated . . . Dolphin Club member . . . Maude in the Senior Play . . . ACEI . . . did student teaching in Lancaster . . . choir member . . . enjoys classical music . . . has the voice of an angel . . . likes cooking for her hubby . . . summer schooler . . . loves to eat sweets . . .
CARL D. STRAUSBAUGH Secondary Codorus
Accelerated . . . likes brass band music . . . English major, social studies minor . . . likes country ham . . . Interfraternity Council . . . did student teaching in campus Junior High . . . TOUCHSTONE staff . . . MCA treasurer . . . band member . . . interested in journalism . . .
BARBARA K. ST ROHM Elementary Prospect Park
“Barb” . . . sparkling eyes and a bubbling personality . . always ready for a party . . . did student teaching in first grade in the lab school . . . cocaptain of hockey team . . . neat dresser . . . veep of Women’s Varsity Club . . . ACEI . . . special interest is taking trips with the trio to Washington.
Industrial Arts Millersville
“Edju" . . . tall, neat looking blond . . . married Su .ic last summer . . . crazy about bleenies and red beet soup . . . 48-month hitch with the Navy . . . accelerated . . . worked at R.C.A. in Lancaster last summer . . . “Don’t worry about a thing!” . . . fun to be around ...
49ESTHER G. STUSNICK
Elementary Miller sville
“Suzie" . . . talented in the arts . . . Sabrina in the Senior Play . . . cartoon editor of OPUS . . . married to Ed . . . worked in Wildwood last summer . . . craves ice cream . . . always laughing . . . taught in the lab school . . . Rat Race regular . . . secretary of Cita-mard . . .
CLARK E. TAYLOR
Secondary Red Lion
“Tyler" . . . “It s great!" ... Mu Kappa Mu . . . experienced house painter . . . SCA . . . loved fried chicken . . . Student Council treasurer . . . TOUCHSTONE staff . . . enjoys the music of Glenn Miller . . . looks forward to entering graduate school . . . avid hunter and fisherman . . .
RODNEY THOMAS Industrial Arts York
“Rod” . . . Stan Kenton fan . . . manager for the basketball team . . . Inter-fraternity Council . . . often seen at Wheatland Diner . . . IA Society president . . . has taste for good clothes . . . operated dry cleaning service with Dan . . . very collegiate . . .
VIRGINIA M. THOMAS
“Ginny" . . . frequently seen at the Rat Race . . . enjoys knitting and gabbing . . . accelerated . . . pizza pie tops her list . . . ACEI . . . Women's Varsity Club . . . faithful hockey manager ... a unique laugh . . . August graduate . . . good sense of humor . . .
JAMES C. THORBAHN
“Jim" . . . transfer from Franklin and Marshall . . . guards at college swimming pool in spare time . . . taught geography at Reynolds Junior High in Lancaster . . . accelerated . . . does clown act for Dolphin Show . . . ambitious tennis player . . .
RICHARD K. WARD Industrial Arts Lebanon
Transfer from Penn State . . . wood major . . . quite a pinochle advocate . . . likes to sleep . . . prexy of Men's Community Association . . . hungry for breaded veal . . . IA Society . . . baseball manager . . . attended summer school and worked at R.C.A. . . . wants to build a house someday . . .
50LOUISE R. WARREN Public School Nursing Carlisle
“Wcegic" . . . one of our taller girls . . . attractive miss with green eyes . . . enjoys reading and dancing . . . part-time nurse at the college infirmary . . . January graduate . . . prefers semi-classical music . . . can eat spaghetti anytime . . . attended Chester County Hospital School of Nursing . . .
C. WILSON WEAVER
‘•Willie” . . . January grad . . . great asset to football team . . . Varsity Club prexy . . . taught social studies at Lancaster Township . . . fond of instrumental jazz . . . transfer from Penn State . . . dark and handsome . . . can eat steak anytime . . . summer schooler . . . well liked on campus . . .
JAY D. WEAVER
“Weaver” . . . Mu Kappa Mu . . . day student . . . January graduate . . . married . . . likes cherry pie a la mode . . . member of American Association for the Advancement of Science . . . enjoys semi-classical music . . . frequents day student room . . . interested in chess and pinochle . . .
DONALD H. WEINING
Industrial Arts Altoona
Wood major . . . enjoys Swedish food . . . spent last summer in California . . . basketball for three years . . . good dancer . . . Rod and Cun Club . . . “Heck, yeah heck!” . . . IA Society . . . did student teaching first semester . . . engaged to Eileen . . . likes to swim . . .
CAROL B. WENGER
Did student teaching in first grade . . . January graduate . . . enjoys all sports . . . tall, brown-haired lass . . . married . . . her favorites—seafood and hoagies . . . choir member . , . worked as a Nurse’s Aide during the summer months . . . prefers popular music . . .
ANNE L. WERNTZ
Elementary Wilmington, Pel.
“Annie" . . . cute blonde . . . ACEI . • . did student teaching in third grade and loved it . . . transferred from Oberlin College . . . one of the summer school gang . . . supervised playground during the summer . . . sports enthusiast . . . hangs out at Rat Race and Sugar Bowl . . .
51EARL H. WIGGINS
Industrial Arts Quarryville
Dorm student . . . August graduate . . . two majors: wood and safety education . . . likes to “fix" old cars . . . "How are you fixed for blades?" . . . summer schooler . . . IA Society . . . likes thick milkshakes . . . always good for a laugh . . , lived on first floor with Bob . . .
LOIS A. WILLIAMS
Completed four years in three ... enjoys popular music . . . attended Penn State summer school . . . pretty black hair . . . ACEI . . . likes to read as a pastime . . . goes for a steak sandwich anytime . . . did student teaching in the third grade at the lab school . . .
RUTH V. WILLIAMS
"Ruthie" . . . student taught for Mrs. Stiles . . . ash blonde . . . faithful band member . . . FT A . . . found wherever there arc children . . . interested in science . . . prefers classical music . . . TOUCHSTONE staff . . . worked at Wickersham Girls’ Club . . . ACEI . . . “Surely" . . .
DONALD H. WILSON Industrial Arts Highspire
"Dingle" . . . Iota Lambda Sigma . . . enjoys listening to semi-classical music . . . had the lead in college movie . . . "Aw. Nuts" . . . metal major . . . Varsity Club . . . interested in all sports . . . IA Society . . . likes filet mignon . . . worked summers at a steel mill . . . veep of class during freshman year . . .
ERNEST C. WOLF
Secondary Wilmington, Del.
"Ernie” . . . accelerated . . . likes good semi-classical music . . . summer schooler . . . photography fan . . . TOUCHSTONE staff . . . Rod and Gun Club member . . . collects stamps . . . Bassler Geographic Society . . . lived in Roddy Hall . . . travels a lot . . . can be found in Sugar Bowl or dining hall . . .
52JOHN E. WORKINGER
Industrial Arts MilUrsville
“Big John” . . . interrupted college career by donning the Air Force blues for 45 months . . . played football three years . . . past class pretty . . . lends an ear to semi-classical music . . . often seen in the Sugar Bowl with pretty wife Ginny and daughter Cindy . . . sports enthusiast . . . works at R.C.A.
HENRY N. WORREST
“Hank” . . . enrolled originally as a Penn State student . . . day student . . . likes chocolate cake and ice cream . . . did student teaching in lah school . . . very active in community affairs . . . enjoys listening to classical music . . . veteran of 42 months in the Air Force ...
CYNTHIA J. YEAMAN Elementary Glenolden
“Cindy" . . . blue eyed brownrtte . . . avid pinochle player . . . ACEI . . . taught second grade with Elaine . . . regular patron of Sugar Bowl and Rat Race . . . FTA . . . can always eat pi za . . . summer waitress at the seashore . . . one of the smoker crew . . .
RUTH A. YUNINGER
“Ruthie" . . . did student teaching in fourth grade in Lancaster . . . prefers classical music . . . Delta Phi Eta treasurer . . . alto soloist for Mr. Zwally . . . Women’s Day Student Council . . . passion for olives . . . SCA . . . worked as salesclerk in Woolworth’s . . . ACEI . . .
We. the Class of 1956. are proud to dedicate this page in memoriam to a member of our class. Myron Allen Baxter. We deeply regret that we can dedicate it to his memory only.
“John," as he was known by his classmates, entered Millersville with us in the fall of 1952. He was enrolled in the secondary curriculum and became an active member of our class, his main interest being in wrestling. In the fall of our junior year John entered the United States Army. Following his basic training at Fort Jackson, South Carolina, he was assigned to an antiaircraft company at Fort Bliss. Texas.
While serving in this capacity John was the victim of a most unfortunate accident. A group of workmen were dismantling a rocket when the acetylene torch they were using accidentally set off an explosion which killed John and two other men.
He will live in our memory as a classmate who was interested in school, in life, and in achievement.
"To live in hearts we leave behind is not to die.”
Jane EyerEdward Higgins Donald Kucle
55SABRINA FAIR A comedy in four acts
Prologue ..............................Jeannie Muinma
Maude Larrabee .................... Grace Bowman Stoop
Julia Hard McKinlock ...............Shirley M. Sterling
Linus Larrabee, Jr................ .John Paul Kershner
Linus Larrabee ........................... Allan R. Clay
Margaret ..... . ............. Dolores E. Bovcr
David Larrabee ..................... Edward Kahakjian
Grctchen .............................Mildred S. Boody
Sabrina Fairchild Suzcttc Groff Stuzniek
Fairchild . . . .... Edward A. Higgins
A Young Woman..........................La Verne Brown
A Young Man...... . ................ David Fitzgihhons
Another Young Woman..................... Elaine Lebo
Another Young Man .........................Frank Blencc
Another Young Woman ... Phyllis Holzmueller
Another Young Man .... George Ortlip
Paul D'Argenson . ..........................Barry Stein
0 i w-itU Utz SHOW
V-sJUNIOR ELEMENTARY First Row, seated, left to right: Lehman, Wimamakcr, Forney, Smith, McMnnn. Ovcrberk, Little, McCreary, Bruckcr, Kcnman. Martin, Wilson, Clipp. Second Row: Fry. Stambaugh, Kohr, Brillhart. Bomgardncr, DcWitt, Hubley, Newpher, Williams, Wade, Bowman, Oher-holtzcr. Third Row: Courtless, Yeager. Slambnrh, Ebcr ole, Henry, Heilman, Bixler. Roberts, Klick, Nace, Seibert, Sterling, Miller. Galen, Wolcott. Werner. Standing: Fox, Braunstein, Noga, Davis, Young, Laugbman, Ross, Werkiser. Evans, Hess, Lehr.
The firs! program of the Junior Class was already under way by midsummer. The girls of the class had corresponded with their “little sisters" and were ready to meet them and make the freshmen girls feel at home. A “Big-Little Sister" picnic, which was held in the Bat Race, served as a get-acquainted party.
For Homecoming, the juniors made a unique display of lollipops and a laughing clown.
Highlighting the year was the Junior Prom, the “Harvest Ball,” held in Brooks Hall on November 12. It was at this event that the TOUCHSTONE QUEEN, Michaelinc Santan-iello, was crowned.
This and other activities were enjoyed by all and were under the capable direction of Gerry Zeager. To guide and direct the class as advisors were Miss Lula Dreshcr and Mr. Paul Eshelman.
JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
Seated left to right: Lois McCreary, secretary; James Werkhiscr, treasurer; Gerry Zeager, president; Eugene Kessler, historian; and Art Shoemaker, vice-president.JUNIOR SECONDARY AND LIBRARY SCIENCE First Row. seated, left to right: Miller, Bcckmyer. Lyons, Rineer, Leiinski, Pctaccio, Sax, Kessler. Derrick, Wcntzel. Lyken , Nonemoker, Snyder, Irwin, Inskip, Vickers. Second Row: Thatcher. Stauffer, Puzulis, Royer, Hoy, Perrin. Standing: Pernafuluci, McCahe, Hamilton, Kliewer. Wiimnn, Kline, Ruof, Saylor, Grculich, Martin, Keefer, 1). Smith. Foster, Harbold, Cockley, Frock, Seyler.
JUNIOR INDUSTRIAL ARTS
First Rote. seated, left to right: Bird, Hill, Hall, Treadway, Rinker. Arena, McPherson, Augustine, Goudy, Huber, Lytle, Bechtel. Second Row: Goodwill, Fodcraro. Greene, Smelt zer. Sailer. Powell, Himes. Latschar, Knouff. Eshelman, Paley. Frey, Colton, Davis, Lent. Standing: Crambonc, Pnpp, Mayo, Elliott, DiNunzio, Parker, Lex, Zeager, Shoemaker, Mcssner.SOPHOMORE ELEMENTARY First Row, sealed, left to right: Miller. Groome, Moyer, Reinhart, Lutz, Christ. Gish, I.essig, Mussel man, Yoder, Johnson, Seachrist, Madl, Yost, Tomlinson. Second Row: Stoner. Hoffeckcr. Gecsey, Blake, Denlinger, Eby, Manwillcr. Shannon. Herr, Norman, Gall, Rosen-berry, Wadsworth. Shatto, Bishop, Whitely Sehlott Prowell. Third Row: Sands, Yecker, Edress, Hauck, Bergstresser. Richardson. McManus, Rhoads. Pennehacker, Varney, Wolf, Batdorf, Boggs, Endcrs, Norris, Peiper. Fourth Row: DeLardi, Fulorisi, McElfish. Gunther, Moran, Jacobs, Smith. Standing: Zellers, Snook, Gihhlc, Whitman. Wolf, Fox, Haury, Cool, Allen, Casse), Steehle, Hankinson, Myers Fitts, Dean, Simmons, Roberts, Reinickc, Yeager, Troop, Pierce, Gartsch, Hartman, Bordlemay, Emenheiser, Taylor.
SOPHOMORE INDUSTRIAL ARTS
First Row, seated, left to right: Beadle, Kopack, Graham, Gilocn, Ovack, Donat, Miller, Mann. Second Row: Hoffman, Kline, Leister, Schuler, Maurer, Bearer, Bailer, Devilhiss. Standing: Stoner, Kriverchuk, Thomas, Bleacher, Geiger, Enrk, Rosenbcrger, Bigler, Given. Ober, Wynn, Bailey, Szczecinski.
September saw a group of happy sophomores return to the campus, anxious to renew old acquaintances and begin their second year on the MSTC campus. Remembering their freshman days, they became willing and ardent supporters of the activities designed to have the class of ’59 initiated into college life.
To guide and direct the class, Miss Louise Valter and Mr. Anthony Champa were appointed as advisors. Under the leadership of Curt Donat, as president, the class had an eventful year.
At Homecoming the class gained recognition by Elaine Smith, one of its members, being chosen as Varsity Queen.
The first social event sponsored by the class was a movie in the old gym. Other social events were held but highlighting their year was the Sophomore Prom on March 10.
SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS
Seated, left to right: Judy Wisler, secretary; Curt Donat, president; Stan Wills, treasurer. Standing: Mary Amolc, historian; and Rep Miller, vice-president.
SOPHOMORE SECONDARY AND LIBRARY SCIENCE First Row, seated, left to right: Stoll, Keith. Wisler, Burkett, Bobh. Thomas, Simmons, Allison, Worrell. Second Row: Mann, Gingrccht. Malotte. John. Runkle, Iekes Holtz. Amole, Schmall-hoffer. Third Row: Bankes, Russel, Gecsey. Standing: I,ong, Miller, Wills, Smith, Moul, Mcsserschmidt, Weitzcl, Christ, McCluskcy, Fry, Bordctte.
In September the class of 1959 came to Millersvillc as the largest group of freshmen ever to graze our campus. To get them in the swing of college life, Student Council induced them to participate in a month of the traditional Millersville initiation rituals. After the first win of our 1955 football team, dinks and buttons were cast aside as one of the first of many souvenirs of college life.
With Mr. Louis Jennings and Miss Mabel Moberg as advisors, the class organized and nominations for officers were held. The class was headed this year under the leadership of Fred Gould.
Social events of the year include movies and informal dances in the old gym. Highlighting the activities was the Freshman From held April 14 in Brooks Hall.
Freshman Class Officers—Seuted. left to right: Belly Thompson, Secretary; Jane Cairns. Student Council Representative; Christine Erich. Vice-president; and I.oretta flauek. Historian. Standing: Fred Could. President; and Robert Crago, Treasurer.
FRESHMAN ELEMENTARY AG
Seated, left to right: Rath, Carr, Cairns, Early, Eisenhoof, Achenbach. Second Row: Barnhart. Butler, Bunn, Colt, Barth, Beck, Church, Demy. Third Row: Dolde, Fasnacht, Evans, Eaton. Grater, Gilbert, Edden, Bell, Ayres. Fourth Row: Aucher, Barthold, Clark, Greider, Brown, Boyd, Carver.FRESHMAN ELEMENTARY HM Kneeling, left to right: Libricz. Jones, Kcaver, McLernon, Myers, Jones. Standing, front: Hamilton. Justison. Henry, Heimer. Standing: McCuen, Jordan, Myers, Lee, Musselman. Labs, Landis, Lewis, Hahheckcr. Hall. Hughes, Keller, Hillcrmin, Hilzelberger, Kee ’er, Moran, Matsinger, Martins, Miller.
FRESHMAN ELEMENTARY NZ First Rote, left to right: Strange, Stott, Van Zandt, Thomas. Shultz, Santa niello. Snyder. Sterner. Quinn, Zcidcrs, Stump. Rennekamp, Petticoffer, Weber. Weihercr, Scott, Schilling, Nultall, Graham, Quinn, Pawlowaki. Second Row: Willis, Trcmbath, Tyson, Wright. Schmut-zlcr, Rohrer, Paul, Plowman, Saunders, Spangler, Wilson. Powers, Young, Parry, Poes. Prizer, Toms, Nielson. Oher. Third Row: Reed Smith, Shirk, Weeks, Smith. Fourth Row: Sharrow, Wahcr, Noll. Tate, Scharff. Kaplin. Rhoades.FRESHMAN INDUSTRIAL ARTS Kneeling, left to right: Myers, Slobodn, Harelcrode, Bustard, Umstead, Could, Huyctt. First Row, standing: Schlaybach, Findlay, Wolfenden. Second Row: McHenry, Harvey, Gerhart, Gettle, Hoover, Conyers. Third Row: Heath, Coulson, Casalc, Bankert. Fourth Row: Bu-kowski, Crago, J. DeLaurentis, I). DcLaurentis. At Railing: Boyer, Royer, Troxel, Andreas, Baker, Brenner, Byrd, Burrows, Bowers, Althouse, Dodson, Dietz.
FRESHMAN LIBRARY SCIENCE
Kneeling, left to right: Collier, Martbcns, Cooper, Herr, Dclive, Wcitzcl, Zook. Standing: Roy. Riglan, Statman, Cunningham, Wordrop, Driescn, Henry, McGrath.FRESHMAN SECONDARY AM Kneeling, left to right: Campbell, Lcfever, Eshelman, Kline. Kauffman, Banks Klick, Bradley, Bel term a nn, Cramer. Second Roto: Kim, Doions, Flelgcr, Good, Lutz, Indicator, Graybill, Gallagher, Harvey, Ditt. Third Rote: W. Horst, J. Horst, Geastner, Blew. Fourth Row: Fisher, Jones, Fox, Grove. Fifth Roto: Dissinger, Burkholder, Hcrshey, Geesey. Sixth Row: Deeds, Kelly, Lillcy, Jones, Grim, Hnrnish, Leech.
FRESHMAN SECONDARY NZ
First Row, left to right, down steps: Kieffer, Talbott, Sowers, Sinkovich, Wallick, White, Zeigler, Wagamann, Seitz, Strausscr, Weinhold. Second Row: Rhodes, Posner, Mcrmak, Rempulla, Meyer, Rauch, Rennix, Walters, Mostoller, D. Martin, Thompson, C. Martin.Charles Marlin Vice-President
Jean Mumnia Secretary
Clark Taylor Treasurer
Starting out this year on the first year of the second hundred years of the college, Student Council saw that it was going to have quit a job. Increased enrollment produced quite a problem. Realizing this,CounciI sponsored a week of freshmen activities. This included parties, dances, and movies, plus the traditional sale of dinks and tarns.
Throughout the year bi-monthly meetings arc held and constructive and entertaining activities for the benefit of the entire student body are planned.
Highlighting the year was the annual Sweetheart Dance held in February. This dance is free of charge to all students.
Under very capable leadership and kind assistance from the two advisors. Mrs. Hill and Dr. Stine, Council was able to accomplish quite a bit this year and also helped to pave the way for the members of future years.
Barry Miller President
70A shot of the annual Sweetheart Dance held by the Student Council every year free of charge for all Millersville students. This year the fabulous Teddy Rich orchestra provided the music for the dancing couples.
Ruthic Foster reaches for a napkin as the other students watch. This action is taking place in the Rat Race, the canteen that is run by the Student Council for the students. 7 4e 1956 (uccltAiane
EUCENE E. JONES Business Manager
PEGGY S. NEWMAN Editor-in-Chief
The editorial staff is caught in a typical pose. Seated, left to right: Joan Kingrea, Faculty Editor; Carolyn Carr, Managing Editor; Peggy Newman, Editor; and Sylvia Shirk, Senior Editor. Second row: Phyllis Hol .mueller, Underclassman Editor; John Abrams, Art Editor; and Hetty Taylor. Club Editor.
This year's staff had quite a task ahead of them. They decided that they wanted to produce a hook that would contain more pictures than previous hooks had contained. They realized that this would involve more work for themselves, hut they were willing to undertake the task and to do a good job. The idea behind the book this year would be to show a true picture of life at Millcrsville at the start of its second century.
Peggy Newman and Kugene Jones, both seniors, were in charge of this hook as editor and business manager respectively. Mr. John Shenk and I)r. Mary Brightbill acted as advisors.
Betty Taylor, Club Editor, asks other girls on her part of the staff if they can identify some pictures. Left to right: Ruth Runkle, Joan Kingrea, and Dona Clipp.
Carol)n Carr, seated in the center, goes over some of the layout of the hook with, seated, left to right: Alice Moyer and Elaine Lcbo. Phyllis Holzmucllcr is standing looking at the doings.The cdilor, Charles Martin, talking to his staff in front of Lyle Auditorium. First rote, left to right: Kim. Mitchell, Whitely, Royer, DeVcny. Second row: Fulmer, Bechtel, Fetters, Shoemaker.
Editor-In-Chief............... Charles Martin
Associate Editor .... ......Dorothy Mitchell
Business Manager ................Gary Bechtel
Feature Editor......................... Betty Bradley
Critic Editor............................Carl Pctters
Art Department ............ Arthur Shoemaker
Suzcttc Stusnick Carol M. Whitely
Photography .................. Charles Martin
Circulation Manager.................... James Fulmer
Faculty Advisor .............. Louis Jennings
Some of the members of the editorial staff of OPUS, the student magazine, were caught hard at work. They are, left to right: Gary Bechtel, Business Manager; Charles Martin, Editor; and Dorothy Mitchell, Associate Editor.
74A few attempts have been made during the past years to bring back to our campus a college newspaper. In January of this year the first issue of the COLLEGIAN appeared on our campus and was quite favorably received. The editor, Loretta Lib-criz, a freshman, fit right into the swing of things and at this writing is doing a real great job in making this attempt at a newspaper the one that will last for a few years to come.
The COLLEGIAN staff— far row. left to right: Lorarine Barth. Joanne McLernon. Joann Landis. Belly I.eppig, Charles Martin, Diane Rampulla, Gail Hauck, Olive Justison. and John Stauffer. Front row; Mickey Santanicllo and Charlene Peters. Foreground: Loretta M.
rated in front of Old Main are some of the members of the llegian staff discussing their next issue with their editor. ‘ft to right: Mickey Santaniello, Olive Ju»tison, Lore!a Libcriz, litor, Charles Martin and John Stauffer.
7RWomen’s Community Association
Gathered on the porch of Lyle Hall are members of Welfare, the governing body of the Women’s Community Association. In the foreground arc Elaine Lebo, Vice-president; Peggy Newman, President; LaVerne Brown, Secretary; and Peggy Stambaugh, Treasurer. Hack rou left to right: Geraldine Berkhcitner, Sandra Sterling, Eileen Siersbeck. Betty Klick. Lois Bomgardner, Marilyn Blough, Jennie Pierce, and Lois McCreary.
This year was a busy one for the Women’s Community Association. In the beginning of the school year arrangements had to be made to accommodate freshman girls in Old Main. Because the enrollment was so large the entire old dormitory had to be used for the girls.
During the year W. C. A. purchased a new sewing machine for the girls of Lyle Hall to use and the older one was reconditioned for the girls in Old Main.
In the spring we had our formal Dinner-Dance with the dinner being held in the dining hall and the dance in Brooks Hall. This was one of the highlights of the year with the others being the annual Christmas party and the party at the end of the year in honor of the seniors.
Some of the girls enjoying themselves in one of the modern new rooms of Lyle Hall. Left to right: Shirley Devcny, Mary Lou Smith, and Sandy Sterling.
Judy Meiskey is seen enjoying herself at her sewing at the new machine that was purchased just this year by the girls.
Elsie Newphcr (front) and Jane Fox arc seen doing their weekly ironing in the ironing room of Lyle Hall.From front to back we see Patricia Kipp, Ann McElfrcsh and Barbara Geuthcr signing out at the desk in Lyle Hall.
In the smoker of Lyle Hall we find clockwise around the table, Beverly Gish, Joann Dirk, Sandy Clements, and Sandy DeWitl in a hot game of cards.
Officers of the Women’s Community Association arc left to right: La Verne Brown, Secretary; Peggy Newman, President; and Elaine Lebo, Vice-president. In the back is Peggy Slambaugh, Treasurer.
77Men’s Community Association
Officers of the Men’s Community Association arc left to right: Richard Shepps, Treasurer; Thomas Hcckard, Sec retary; and Richard Ward, President. Absent from the picture is David Fitzgibhons, Vice-President. These are the boys who direct the activities of the men who live in the dormitories.
John Miller, one of the resident students, confers with Dr. Clyde Stine, Dean of Men.
Several of the boys enjoying the facilities of the new residence hall, Roddy Hall, are seen hard at work in their rooms.Men's Day Student Association
Officers of the Men’s Day Student Association are. left to right: Richard Sharr, Secretary; Ronald Pennypacker, Treasurer; Jan Witmer, President; and Robert Loynd, Vice-president.
The Men’s Day Student Association was established to provide a study and recreational lounge for the commuting students at Millersville. Located beneath the old gym, the men gather between classes in the day room to study or play cards. The Day Room is supplied with candy, coke and cigarette machines for the enjoyment of the men. The highlights of the year for the M. D. A. arc their annual smokers and picnic which are held for the members and their families.
Rowland Carpenter and Rruce Weaver are seen engaged in a game of darts in the Day Room.
A group of the day students go over their assignments before going to class.One of the first campus asocial ions, the Women’s Day Student Association, still thrives on nourishment from the commuting girls.
The W.D.S.A., advised by Mrs. Lilian Broome, has its main headquarters in the ground floor of Old Main. The spacious room is commonly known as the "Day Dorm.”
Among the activities this year which the group planned were several social entertainments for the college co-eds and a dinner-dance for the women day students and their guests. The association's governing body is an elected council of 14 members plus one Student Council representative.
Officer.« of the Women' Day Boom are seen in the picture along with their advisor, Mrs. Lilian Hroome, They are Dolores Boyer, President; Patricia Hillard Duncan, Secretary; Louise Hoover, Yicc-Pre.-idcnt; and Clauda Shelly, Treasurer.
Women’s Day Student Association
One of the activities this year was a Christmas Party. Men student! were also invited to attend. Here we find girls and boys joining in on the carols.
Helping hitmclf to some punch is Harry Conard. Watching him arc left to right: Carolyn Rtiof, Nance Mooney, Lexi Toth, and Patricia Stauffer.
Charles Smith (front) and Earl Picket look as if they arc enjoying themselves at the Christmas party when they are asked to stay for lunch.
Dolores Boyer, President, presents Mrs. Broome with a Christmas remembrance from the girls while Mrs. Kathryn B. Hill, (right), Dean of Women, looks on.
A typical day will find the following scene about noontime in the day room. The girls can either pack their lunch or go to the Rat Race for their meal.
Carolyn Ruof (front) and Sherlyn Quickie serve some punch to the guests at the parly.1st row. left to right: Schlaybach, Reinecke, Geescy, Cool, Manwillar, Shannon, Perrin, Yoder, Nonemaker, Keith, Christ, Earley, Hauck, Klick, Holzmucllcr, Quinn. Nutlal. 2nd row: Heinhach, Srhlanlz, Myers, Rudy, Falusy. Snyder, Carr, Runkle, Houk, I.essig, Musselman, Peirce, Batdorf, Wolfe, Jones, C., Jones, S., Dolde, Parry, 3rd row: Creulirh, Braunstein, Wilson, Whitman, Puzulis, Royer, Vickers, Stambaugb, ln-ki| . Klick, Norris, Roberts. Nace, Gihhle, White. Klinger, Hankinson, Shatto, Bishop, Schlott, Whitley, Eshlenian, Rohrer. 4th row: Keller, Dinunzio, Miller. Treadway, Wills, McCabe, Pernasiliei, Buggy, Keefer, Spiese, Fox, Shupp, Smith. Irwin, Bourdelle. Benner, Lutz. MacCluskic, Wadsworth, Brillhart, Miller, Williams, Ruof, Wade, Seyler, Ruby, Hoy, Kauffman, Grim, Wagaman, Petticoffer, Burrie, Peters, Schimp, Grater, Clipp, Sinkovitch.
The Janies Pyle Wickcrsham Chapter of the Future Teachers of America has been functioning on Millersville’s campus for eleven years, having been organized in 1945 under the leadership of Mr. Raymond Hovis. Informing prospective teachers about professional activities in the field and arousing their enthusiasm for the teaching profesion are the two main objectives of the organization.
Programs, planned to he interesting and informative, included an Industrial Arts demonstration, slides of Latin America shown by Dr. C. M. Meyers, a joint meeting with the Franklin and Marshall College F.T.A. Chapter, and a speaker from the Child Development Center, Lancaster. Checking college assembly attendance is one of the new duties of the club and its advisor. Dr. Daun Nesbil.
The chapter was host for the State F.T.A. Convention held on April 20 and 21. Here, experiences of the various F.T.A. groups were discussed, new state officers were elected, and talks were given by members of the Pennsylvania State Education Association.
Sitting, left to right: Gordon Heimbach. Ruth Stambaugh. Elaine Lcbo. Standing: Dona Clipp, Dolores Boyer.
The Association for Childhood Education International is an organization to which any student in the Elementary Curriculum can belong.
The purpose of the Millersvilie Student Branch is to work for the education and well-being of children through the education and well-being of prospective teachers and leaders.
This is accomplished by the A.C.E.I. in their monthly programs usually held the third Tuesday of each month. At these meetings charity movies, topics about creative activities, Indian lore, interior decorating, flower arranging, story telling and people from other lands present interesting and informative discussions which help them to obtain their goals.
This year the members of the group again arc devoting one night a week to the entertainment of the boys and girls at the Children's Heart Haven in near-by Lancaster.
Seated, left to right: Lois Bomgardncr, Dolores Boyer. Standing: Sally Lou Heilman, Sandra DeWitt, Elaine Lebo.
1st row, left to right: Prowell, Tomilson, Henry, McElfresh, Newpher, Miller, Benner, Liddle, Brucker, Greesey, Marlin. Kennin. Sterling. 2nd row: Batdorf. Wolfe, White, Williams Gibble, Yeager, Courtless, Hankinson, Miller. 3rd row: Wolf. Made, Yost, Schimp, Schminkey, Ebersolc. Stambaugb, Entenheiser. Bomgardner, Shirk. Strohm. Standing: Heilman, DeWitt, Castle, DeLardi, Yoder, Wadsworth, Briilhart, Klick, Roberts, Nace, Siebert, Grater, Carr, Fox.
83A group of the members of Della Phi Eta going over the list to sent) out invitations to new members arc left to right: Jean Mumnia, Monica Bieri, Ruth Yuningcr, Dolores Boyer.
Women students with a quality point average of 3.0 or better, who possess in a high degree the qualities of leadership, service and character are eligible for membership in Delta Phi Eta. To help further recognition of its standards, an annual award is made to the highest ranking freshman.
Superior scholarship and fraternal fellowship are the agencies through which the educational ideals of Phi Sigma Pi are achieved. A male student can he admitted to this national professional fraternity by invitation only. To qualify he must he an exemplary upperclassman, possessing a high academic record and qualities that reflect credit on the college.
Delta Phi Eta
Officer of Delta Pbi Eta posed in a formal picture include, left to right: Monica Bieri, Historian;; Jane Eyer, Secretary; Jean Mumnia, Vice-president; and Dolores Boyer, President.
Members of Phi Sigma Pi, sealed, left to right: Taylor, Strausshaugh, Kugle, Jones. Conard. Standing, left to right: Clever, Kessler, Miller, Cole, Noga, Dr. Foster, advisor, and Blence.
Officers of Phi Sig gather round after a meeting. Left to right, they are Gerald I,aughman, Asst. Secretary; Carl Strausbaugh, Secretary; Harry Canter. Historian; Eugene Jones, Vice-president, and Clark Taylor, Treasurer. The President, Donald Kugle, is standing in the middle.
Phi Sigma Pi
84Alpha Beta Alpha
The advisor to Alpha Beta Alpha. Miss Carol McUom, is seen busy at her desk in the office in the library.
Alpha Beta Alpha is the national undergraduate library science fraternity. Kappa Chapter was organized on the Millersville campus in 1954. The purpose of the fraternity is to further the professional knowledge of its members, to promote fellowship, to provide wholesome recreation and entertainment, to serve as a recruiting agency for librarianship, and to assist in projects of the Library Science Department.
This year Alpha Beta Alpha has entertained high school library clubs in the Millersville service area, toured libraries in the Allentown area, were guests of the Kutztown library department for a weekend conference, and for the first time sent a representative to the national conference in Alabama.
A group of the Library Science student al the college pose for a picture in the formal lounge of Lyle Hall.
A shot of the library on the campus of Millersville State Teachers College.
Officers of Alpha Beta Alpha are, left to riftht: Cunta Puzulis, Recording Secretary; Jane Eycr, President; and I.ouise Snyder, Treasurer.Some of the member of Millersville’s A.P.O. pause after one of their monthly meetings and smile for the cameraman. The meetings are held in the Girl Day Room.
Alpha Phi Omega
Ronald Braunstein is seen as he looks during many of the A.P.O. meetings.
Sealed, left to right, are the officers of A.P.O. Ronald Braunstein. President; William Lyons, Secretary; Joseph Kline, Vice-president; Gus Zeager, Alumni Secretary; Joseph Althouse, Historian; and Harold Kriebel, Treasurer.
Alpha Phi Omega is a national service fraternity with over 300 chapters throughout the country. The chapter organized on the Millersvillc campus in 1948 is the Eta Iota Chapter of A. P. 0. The fraternity exists for three reasons—to foster good fellowship, to extend leadership to worthwhile activities, and to develop plans for service to our fellowmen.
To he eligible for membership in the fraternity a person must be presently or previously affiliated with scouting and be willing to give up his time and service unselfishly. To fulfill this every pledge participates in group or individual projects as proof of his intentions.lota Lambda Sigma
A group of the members of Iota Lambda Sigma gather around their plaque during one of their monthly meetings.
Iota Lambda Sigma is a National Professional Industrial Education Fraternity signifying scholarship, craftsmanship, and character. Its members are recognized by, and credited for, these traits. It also affords students of industrial education an opportunity to grow professionally through the bonds of fraternal ism.
The chapter on the Millersville campus, which was organized here in 1935, is known as the Iota Chapter. In 1935 a group of outstanding students in the field of Industrial Arts drew up a petition and presented it to the Alpha Chapter at Penn Slate College, the birthplace of the organization, and requested the installation of a chapter on this campus.
The requirements for eligibility are duly respected. A student is admitted to membership by invitation only. The student must possess a minimum of eighteen semester hours of industrial arts subjects and the maintenance of a 2.75 quality point average.
Officers of Iota Lambda Sigma are, seated, left to right: Glen Sheppard, Secretary; Herb
Roscr, President; Cordon Heinbarh, Vice-president. Standing: Donald Myers, Historian; and Dale Mcssner, Treasurer.Mu Kappa Mu
The advisor of Mu Kappa Mu, Dr. Lee E. Boyer.
Officers of Mu Kappa Mu, left to right: Joe Houser. President; Betty Taylor, Secretary; and Carl Keefer, Vice-president.
A trip to the studios of WGAL in Lancaster was one of the highlights of the monthly Mu Kappa Mu meeting this year. The club, with the help of its advisor, Dr. Lee Boyer, also presented a speaker from the Lancaster branch of the New York Stock Exchange, and several meetings were spent working mathematical puzzles and tricks.
Some of the members of Mu Kappa Mu working over a real brain twister in mathematics are, left to right: Betty Taylor, Dick Smith. Sally Williams, and Ruth Runkle.
Members of Mu Kappa Mu, seated, left to right: Taylor, Keefer. Houser, and Kliewcr. Standing: Mr. Wallace. Runkle, Thatcher, Smith, Ditzlcr, Hatton, Williams, and Dr. Boyer.
I. C. G.
The Intercollegiate Conference on Government is comprised of students interested in government and its democratic processes. The aims of I. C. G. are to inform the members of the workings of government on a local, state, and national level.
Each year M. S. T. C. sends its delegation to Harrisburg for the annual inter-collegiate conference on government. They participate in model meetings of democratic assemblies.
The activities sponsored throughout the year arc movies, dances, and an auction.
Officers of I.C.C. are. sealed, left to right: Barry Miller. Historian; Barry Stein, Treasurer; Cary Bechtel. Chairman; Jean Mumnia. Secretary; and l’hil Kessler, Vice-chairman.
Members of I.C.G., front rou left to right: Kessler, Bechtel, Mitchell. Kune, and Hoy. Second rote: Musscr, Wolf, Jones, Mcrrimac, Kauffman, Sax, and Moul.Xenophile Society was organized by the students of foreign languages. This year the president is Patricia Stauffer. Members, sealed, left to right: Norris, Quinn, McE) fresh, Ruof, Snyder, Puzulis, Perrins, and Clipp. Standing, left to right: Dr. Rupp, advisor, Noncmachcr, Johns, Inskip, Cegg, Pciper, Mirniuck, Sloka.und Scbinip.
Bassler Geographic Society
Named in honor of II. M. Bossier for his service to geography, the Bassler Geographic Society is composed of students majoring and minoring in geography. The purpose of the society is to supplement the student's knowledge of geography and to develop his appreciation of the subject. This year the president is George Elbin. Members, left to right, row one: Lykens, Gruelirk, Elbin, Mr. Bassler. advisor, Kessler. Heiser, Derrick. Second row: Lasella, Cockley, Greider, Russell, Kane, Musser, I.elinski, and Martin.Rod and Gun Club
Members of the Hub hard at work in the auditorium include, kneeling, left to right: Meaner, Thatcher, Foderaro, Mays, KiefTcr, and Bird. Standing: Elliott, Papp, Bendle, Kline, and Goudy.
The hunters and fishermen of M. S. T. C. find the outlet for their interests in the Rod and Cun Club.
Meeting twice a month, the club seeks to unite young men interested in the out-of-doors into an effective organization.
Highlights of the year include films of outdoor life, and also target-shooting.
Officers of Rod and Gun Club arc, standing, left to right: Dale Messner, Secretary; Charles Goudy, Treasurer; and Harold Folictt, President. Seated is Joseph Kline, Vice-president.
Members of Rod and Gun Club, kneeling, left to right: Lytle, Mays, Thatcher, Latsrhar, Treadway, Kline, Follett, Goudy, and Wolf. Standing: Mr. Porter, advisor; Williams, Stock-ham. Elliot, Kemper, Mann, Foderaro. KnoufT. Colton, Lent, Gruclicb, Christ, Hoffman, Obcr, and Bird.
91Industrial Arts Society
The Industrial Arts Society was organized in 1932 to give the students of Industrial Arts a chance to grow professionally through the experience of others.
To highlight the activities this year the club has brought to its meeting several outstanding craftsmen in professional fields. Prizes are awarded at each meeting pertaining to something in the Industrial Arts field.
Officers, left to right: Glen Sheppard. Treasurer; Ronald Koblc, President; and Gary Bechtel, Secretary.
First rote, left to right. Paley, Kline, Heimhach. Koblc, Bechtel, Sheppard. Augustine, Graham. Mann, Segermark. Second row: Parker, Miller, Hill, Rinker. Shoemaker, Smith. Goudy, Lex, Szczecinski, Bird. Third row: Blank, Powell, Treadway, Brenner, Mays, Foderaro, Hall, Eshcl-man, Bailey, Elliott, Heath. Fourth row: Harclerodc, McPherson, Thomas, Green, Folk, Wiggins, Knouff. Latschar, Zeager, Smeltzcr, Lent, Colton. Lahall, Roser. Fifth row: DiNunzio, I)r. Osburn, Messner, Casale, Kabakjian. Devilhiss. Marley, Ciambrone, Levendusky, Harvey, and Stevenson.
Members of the I. A. Society leaving the Industrial Arts building after a class, first row, left to right: Ron Koble, Bechtel, and Sheppard. Second row: Kabakjian. McPherson. Third row: DiNunzio, Augustine and I.atcher.Veterans' Club
Front row, left to right: Rankes. Cheston. Findley, Blau . Zook, Renz, Sax, Davis, Ca so, Zook. Fasnacht. Second row: Donat. Rhode . Podlonoy, Nasser, Rosenberg, Bearer, Findley, Kline, Beadle, Leister, Hedrick.
During the centennial celebration on our campus last year a new club emerged from nothing. It was carried over to this year. This is the G. I. Club. Membership is open to all veterans with ninety consecutive days in any branch of the armed services. The club sponsors pep rallies, dances and social functions for the entire student body. Advisors are ex-G. I.’s: Dr. Foster, Mr. Jennings, and Mr. Zwally.
Officers of Vet’s Club. Front row, left to right: Edward Davis, 2nd Vice-commander; Stan Wills, Commander; Joseph Renz, 1st Vice-commander. Second rote: Donald Zook. Adjutant; Ken Leister, Secretary; Richard Zook, Treasurer.
Some of the members of the Vet’s Club seated in front of the library. First row. left to right: Digaeamo, Sax, Podlesney, Bank . Crawford. Second row: Hamilton. Rosenberg. Bearer. Findley, Beadle, Kliro, Wills. I bird row: Cas o, Fa nachl, Rhodes Hedrick.First row, left to right: Klirk, Cool, Harman. Second row: Nacc, Eisenhooth, Henry, Heilman. Hitzelbcrger, Hartman, Bertsrh, Christ, Runkle, Bordle-may. Third row: Dolde, Ober, Musselman. Ely. Fourth row: Falusy, Cockley. Cassel, Walters, Norris, Miller, Shannon, Cairns, Scott, Martins, Achcnbach,Henry.
The Lutheran Student Association, which meets on alternate Tuesday evenings, planned its programs to include Bible discussions, skits emphasizing situations which test character, and student conducted services on Sunday evenings. The initial meeting of the year is organized by the members of St. Paul’s, who hold a reception to welcome new members.
Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship
Students on this campus realized the need for Bible study and Christian fellowship, and hence Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship was formed. They are permitted the use of the social room of the .Methodist church in Millersvillc for their meetings.
In addition to the meetings, the group sponsors Bible studies in the dormitories and a daily prayer group.
Seated, first row, left to right: Erwin, Pfeiffer, Pyott, Kliewer, Peters, Gcyer. Second row: Hub-ley, Hepner, Ciipp, Oberhollzcr, Kohr, Zimmerlinp, Johnson. Third row: Tomlinson, Dcnlin-per. White, Picket, Benedick, Mann, Johns, Keefer, Werner. Fourth row: Dreshcr, Burkholder, Miller, Haury, Donat, Loux, Fisher, McHenry.
95Member of the S. C. A. Cabinet, sealed, left to right: Mary Martz, Peggy Stambaugh, Walter Houser, Peggy Stambaugh, and Donna Detwiler. Standing: Grace Metzger, Burnell Crist, Carl Straussbaugh, Carl Keefer, ami Gwen Rinehart.
The Student Christian Association, as the name implies, is an organization interested in the spiritual life of the students.
It serves as an interdenominational, inter-racial, and Co-educational fellowship for students and faculty.
S. C. A. has weekly meetings in which its members enjoy varied programs ranging from ethics of teaching, hymn sings, film presentations, Bible study, and outstanding guest speakers.
The activities sponsored by S. C. A. are square dances, Christmas caroling, and a picnic at Safe Harbor combining games and Christian fellowship. The highlight of the year is the Galilean service conducted by candlelight by the lakeside.
It is one of the organizations that cooperates in Religion in Life Week on the campus.
Student Christian Association
MISS MARGARET SWIFT Advisor
Several of the girls talk over plans for a square dance with Ruth Stumbaugh. Seated, left to right: Ebersole, Stamhaugh and Stamhaugh. Standing: Mclzker. Pierce, Inskip, and Moyer.
First row, left to right: Keefer, Houser. Second row: Young, Batdorf. Tomlinson. Wolfe. Carr, I.ykens. Third row: Laughman, Rinehart, Geesey, Shannon, Prowell. Marlin. Kauffman, Inskip. Fourth rote: Ross, Bixler, Benner, Thompson. Fifth row: Borlncr. Bishop, Shatto. Sixth row: Zellers, Snook. Reineeke, Perrin, Irwin. Stamhaugh.Newman Club
Officers of the Newman Club are. left to right: Leon Borst, Treasurer; Arlene Durand, Social Secretary; Father John Suknaic, advisor; Ed ward Davis, President; Mary Ann Chanton, Secretary; and Edward Bearer, Vice-president.
Firm row, left to right: Sands, McElfresh, Lasig, Shanton, Floryshak, Davis, Durand. McManus. Second row: Salinger, Burie, Madl, Father John Suknaic, Smith, McCabe, Sterling. Carr. Third row: Ciambronc, Miller, Sanlaniello, Snyder, Muscarelli. Pemasilici, Foderaro, Galen, Gish, Butler. Fourth row: Buggy, McKeown, Quinn, Arena, Sax, Finley. Fifth row: Lcvcn dusky. Sailer, Podlesncy, Murphy, Newman, Russo, Morrow, Basso, Romans.
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Left to riftht: Jean Miller, Joe Fizzano and Dick Smith enjoy watching television at one of the Newman Club parties held in Lancaster.
A group of the students playing a card game with Father Suknaic, advisor, during one of the parties Newman Club held in Lancaster.
A group of the members of the club arc seen enjoying themselves at one of the communion breakfasts.
Officers of Millersville’s and Franklin and Marshall’s Newman Club listen to Mr. Paul J. Sauer deliver his speech during one of the communion breakfasts held in St. Joseph’s Parish Hall. Front to back: Arlene Durand, Mary Ann Chanton. Ed Davis, Edward Leary, Mr. Sauer, Father John, and Joseph Collentro, President of F M Newman Club.
The Newman Club is a familiar organization on the Millcrsville campus. The club consists of some one hundred and fifty Catholic students under the guidance of Father John Suknaic from St. Joseph’s Church in Lancaster. This year Newman Club opened its doors and admitted the non-Catholic students membership in their club also and they did what they could to foster better relations between students.
President Ed Davis and Father John led the club activities, which consisted of business meetings, religious instruction, and the discussion of social and spiritual problems.
On the lighter side, the Club’s social activities revolved around parties in Lancaster, the annual spring picnic, and a communion breakfast for the Millcrsville members.
99First rou left to right: Hoffman, Fulmer, Digging, Children, McClu»key, Hecgard. Mr. James "ally, Houser, Fisher, Hartsoe. Blough, Manley, Bonigardner. Second rote: Greene, Di.Nunzio, Forjan, Slraushaugh, Pickell, Metzker, Falucy, Werner, Carr. Third rote: Porter, Jones, Bigler, McNeal, Aurhenhach. Dean, Brovtn, DeWiti, Shirk. Yuninger, Stamhaugh, Bailey, Reinicke. Fourth rote: Magnot, Wilson. McCardle, Boyer, Boody.
The college choir is one of the most energetic organizations on the Millersvillc campus. This year was no exception. In the fall of the school year, the choir practiced hard and long to present one of the most beautiful Christmas programs the college has ever seen. After this venture, the choir tackled the problem of presenting “Finian’s Rainbow” in cooperation with Citamard. After this, the choir presented a spring festival of music for the college. Besides all of these things, the choir entertained many times at college assembly programs and also made trips around the county to sing for certain civic groups.
100Working hand in hand with the choir, Mr. James Zwally also is advisor to the college band. This unit provides all the music for the home football games and is a loyal supporter of the team. They were well rewarded this year when the team went to victory on several occasions. In the fall of the year, the band can be seen going through its routine in front of Lytc Auditorium in preparation for Saturday's big game. Besides playing for the athletic events, the band also has a concert in the spring of the year. Weeks of patient rehearsal culminate in the annual band concert, a varied and well-executed program.
First row, left to riftht: Brown. Reinickc, Eyer. Snyder, McConnell, Higgins, Weik, Sterling. Second row: kreidcr, Hariiold, Wade. Laughman, Lyons, Eck, Pickcll, Werner, Mr. Janies Zwally. Third row: Carman. Taylor. Werner, Shenherger, Taylor.
TAMING OF THE SHREW William Shakespeare Dramatis Personae
A Lord...........................Edward Kabakjian
Christopher Sly.................Rowland Hoot
Luke Scipioni Roycc Walters
Vinccnlio .........................Roycc Walters
Luceniio ...........................Philip Wynn
Grcmio............................... David Pivar
Hortensio .....................................Ben Olcna
Grumio ........................... Joseph Lantzer
Curtis .....................................Darryl Martin
A Pedant.......................Edward Kabakjian
Katharina . ..................Dorothy Ann Lykens
Bianca ..........................Margaret Miller
A Widow........................... Nance Mooney
Officers of Citaniard are, seated, left to right: Huhan Gunnion, As»t. Secretary; Edward Kabakjian, President. Standing: Gary Bechtel, Vice-president; Charles Martin, Treasurer.103
The leads of this year’s Citamard production, “Taming of the Shrew.” pose for the cameraman in a typical scene. Left to right: Bud Schlosscr, Dorothy Ann Lykens and Philip Wynn.Left to right: Joseph Lantzer. Bud Schlosser, Philip Wynn, and Stanley Deen going over their lines on the stage.
Left to right: Margaret Miller and Dorothy Ann Lykens rehearse a scene from the show.
Left to right: Edward Kahakjian. Joseph I.ant-zer, Robert Bourdelle, and Stanley Deen look down at Rowland Hoot, who plays the part of Sly.
Two years ago the Citamard Club of Millersville presented its first attempt at a Shakespeare play in the form of “Midsummer Night’s Dream.” This year they are again undertaking this task in presenting “Taming of the Shrew.” Because of the late production date of the play, the yearbook was not able to wait until dress rehearsal to take the pictures. Instead, we went to practice and took these pictures at the same time that the cast was just learning their lines.
Alexandra Toth and Gary Bechtel in a scene from “Finian’s Rainbow.”
Below we see the entire cast of “Finian’s Rainbow.'’ The Choir and Citamard pooled their efforts to make this show possible on this campus. The musical was presented under the direction of Mr. James Zwally and Miss Rebekah Sheaffer.
Officers of Dolphin Chib arc, left to right: Mamie Yeager, Treasurer;
LaVcrnc Brown, Vice-president; Lois McCreary, President; Barbara Brown, Secretary, and Nelda SchafTslull. Historian.
Tile entire Dolphin Chili going through one of their routines in preparation for their annual water show.The president of the Dolphin Club, Lois McCreary, going through one of her routines in the pool at Brooks Hall.
Through the efforts of a group of girls interested in synchronized swimming. Dolphin Club first came into existence five years ago. All their efforts-produced an intriguing water show that has become an annual spring event here on campus. With the aid of Jack Miller as director, the girls this year will put on a show centered around a circus theme.First roiv, left to right: I). Weaver, Cockley, J. Miller, Fricdberg. W. Weaver, Rinker, Carabba, Schuler, Heck-ard, Roscnbcrger, Cunzcnhauscr. Second row: Coach George Katchnier, McDonald, Kostalac, Bowers, Burke, Bearer. Marrow, Borst, Finley, Ench. Rnckovan, Romanoff. Gaines, Coach Santaniello. Third row: Hauser,
Schmalhofer, Wallis, Manley, Sweeney, Fizzano, Stauffer, Kelly. Grove, DeLaurcnils, Waterson, Coach Hulme. Fourth rote: L. Sheaffer. Mohrey, Tate, Savage, Baker, Perk, Lelinski, N. Miller, Kirehoffer, Jones, I.acey, Crago. Fifth row: Feglcy, Kauffman.
Co-captain Wilson Weaver, senior.
Co-captain Thomas Heckard, senior.FOOTBALL
The “Marauders” opened their 1955 season with Lebanon Valley College and had to settle for a 6-6 tie. The following Saturday brought defeat to the home team when Lock Haven invaded Millersville and downed them by the score of 27-0.
The next three Saturdays brought Millersville three victories at the hands of Kutztown (20-0), Cheyney (25-0), and National Aggies (21-7). The following two games brought defeat at the hands of Shippensbcrg (14-2), and a strong W est Chester eleven (26-13). The Marauders ended their season by defeating Mansfield to the tune of 21-6. Thus, Millersville had their first winning football season since 1911. Their record stands I wins, 3 losses, and 1 tie.
On a brisk, cool clay in November these pictures were taken of the Marauder football squad in action. We see Millersville scoring their first touchdown on the way to victory. Presenting the other side of the picture we sec the Marauder eleven holding the line of Mansfield.
This year's Marauder basketball team wound up the season with a 17-6 record for the year. The team won the State Teachers College championship and got the bid for the NAIA tourney by beating Elizabethtown in the best out of three games by the score of 77-74. The Marauders lost to Geneva, representing western Pennsylvania in the NAIA tourney, on their home court by the score of 81-69. The second contest was held on Geneva's home floor and again the Marauders came up on the short end by a score of 69-64.
Captain David J. Filzgibbons, Senior
Members of the Varsity squad arc. left to right: Marano DeFilipo, Rcgi Rife, James Forjan, George Ortlip, Wally Study, and Jack Evans.
Members of the Varsity squad are, left to right: Sylvester William.-, Joseph I.ahatch, John Parker, David Fitzgih-lions, and Robert Wentzcl.Johnny Parker (13) goes up for the rebound as Joe Labatch (11) and Jim Forjan (10) get ready to set the ball in action for Millcrsvillc.
1955 — BASKETBALL RECORD — 1956
Til LaSalle .. 88
95 . . East Stroudsburg STC .......... 77
60 .. . . ..... St. Joseph ................... 76
81 ............ Mt. St. Mary .................. 77
80 .......... Bloontsburg STC ................75
93 ......... .. West Chester STC................68
70 Lincoln ...... . 55
73.............Lock Haven STC.................. 41
81 ..........Kutzlown STC ................... 52
53.............Sbippensburg STC ........... ... 41
86 . East Stroudsburg STC . .. ... 45
87 ............ Drcxel ........................ 76
91 California STC ...................69
66 . . Elizabethtown .. ........... ... 89
76 . Davis Elkins .................... 75
98 Shippensburg STC ................ 83
103............Bloontsburg STC ... ......... 88
77 ..........West Chester STC ........... 61
76 Elizabethtown ................... 72
77 Elizabethtown ................... 74
69 .......... Geneva ......................... 81
64 ..... ...... Geneva ......................... 69
113Johnny Parker, in the while suit, scores points for Millersville in the game against California State Teachers College. Johnny broke the Mil lersville record for individual scoring in this game with a total of 37 points.
A group of spectators watch the basketball action in Brooks Hall on the Millcrsville campus.Tin- referee blows the whistle for play to resume and Millersvilie’s Johnny Parker (13) jumps high to lap the hall to his teammate, Regi Rife, at the -tart of the second half of the Kulztown Millersville game.First row, » tit right: McHugh, Reily, Baker, Null, DiFrangio. Stanfield. Banketl, Pirkcl, Wilnicr. Svcontl rote: Buckly, RusmtII, Todd. Bowman. Morrow, Bor»t, Bell, Weaver. Enck, Faller. Third row: Yakovilch, I.aBaro, Roniesburg, Brown, Fi her, lleckard, O'Connell, Husband, Winegardner, Cralim, Hupp, Coach Rupp.
Captain Bill Fisher led the Millcrsville Varsity Wrestling team to a very successful season when they posted a nine won and two lost record. Fisher also successfully defended his 157 pound crown at the State Teachers College Tournament, gained last year. Two other members of the local squad captured honors at this event. Jim Mecio captured State Champion in the 117 pound class and completed the season undefeated. Ed Grahm took second place in the 137 pound class. The team placed third in the event.117BASEBALL
This year's baseball team saw quite a few promising freshmen come up through the ranks and help the team to victory. The team also had some returnees to help along the road to victory. Bad weather at the beginning of the season curtailed some practice sessions that would have been helpful to the team but despite this fact, the team showed that it was made of the stuff that counts.
First row. left to ripht: Sipc, Mull. Rhodes, Kesler, .eager. Flick, Furni % Wills, Romcsburg, Dobson, Rackovin. Second row: McCabe. Harclerodc, Wentzel, Warden, Jones, Henry, Schuler,' Hamilton, Kcster, Sechard, Roberts. Third row: Coach Kotchmer, Miller, Lacey, Kennedy, Dunklc, Lake, Fissano, Gilliam, Ward.
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Temporary captain, Joe Fissano, knocks the ball for a two bagger in the first game of the season. Millcrsvillc came out on top by a score of 20-1 over Lyndon State Teachers College, Vermont.
First row. left to right: Labatrh. Slauffeur, Sehmalhoffer, Robert?, Greene, Conyers, Williams Piekell, Parker, Rennix, Savage. Second rote: Baker, Diehl, Imlirtor, Bailey, Kelley, Miller, Horst, Ench, Huctt. Third row: Coach llulme, Weining, Mohrey, Love, Caine?, Miller, Devilbiss, Ru??ell. Stokham. Robinson.
Since a new athletic field is being constructed at the college, the board decided last summer that Millersville should have a track team. Mr. Art Hulme was hired as track coach and also to teach sonic health and physical education classes. In the spring of the year, many of the hoys turned out for the team and from these Art Hulme molded a team. The team had four contests besides entering in the Stale Teachers College Tournament late in the spring.
120Leon Borst, sophomore, jump- the hurdle in front of Brooks Hall at the start of the track season.
First rote, left to right: Shepps, Myers Sehlaybach, Preston, Shunt .. Second row: Pivar, Rice, Beyer, Stout, Shelling, anti acting coach Mr. Steve .Namit.
Due to had weather, the tennis team was forced to hold their practices indoors. Although this isn't the best way to practice, the boys held up under the strain and were ready for their first contest held late in April. Hopes were high for a successful season since several of the boys had been on the team in previous years.
Everyone realizes that cheerleaders are an essential part of any athletic team. This is so at Millersvillc. These girls, both Junior Varsity and Varsity, keep the action moving at all the athletic events. Without them to guide the way the athletic teams would be sadly lacking in support.
A shot of the Varsity cheerleaders in action during one of our home basketball games.
Junior Varsity cheerleaders, left to right: Carol Fleming, Linda Hiller-man, Mary Gochcnnur. Barbara Mus-sclman, and Edna Willis.
Varsity cheerleaders, left to right: Patricia Miller, Jean Mumma, Patricia Duncan, and Lois Baumgardner.
An action shot of some of the girls at practice. Left to right: Yvonne DeLardi, Judy Meiskey, Shirley Myers, and Doris Boltz.
The girls hockey leant had a terrific season of 4 wins and 2 losses. The group consisted of energetic Marauders who, with good sportsmanship, determination, and fine coaching, were bound to succeed. The Co-captains of the team were Barbara Strohni and Carolyn Carr, seniors; and Jo Wanamakcr, junior.
First row, left to right: Doris Boltz. Shirley Myers. Eleanor Rhoads, Yvonne DeLardi, Barbara Strohni. Eleanor Taylor. Second row: Iris Hall, Mary Cochanaur, Carolyn Carr, Jo Wanamaker, and Judy Meiskey.First row seated, left to right: Barbara Brown, co-captain. Clayton. Inskip. Greidcr,Geraldine. Berkheimer, co-captain. Howard, Wanamaker, Thomas, Wisler, Yost, DeLardi. Slaruling: Parry, Coach Mary Dixon. Chanton. Lea-man, John, Yeager, McManus.
The girls" basketball team is under the direction of Dr. Mary E. Dixon, health and physical education instructor. The girls usually play between eight and ten games in a season and for the past several years have usually been ending on the win side of the records. This year the varsity squad had ati abundance of old faces back to help them tackle the heavy schedule that faced them.
Junior Varsity Squad. First row, left to right: Carr. Cooper, Insull, Zook, Mu»selman, Zeiders. Second row: Schmutzlcr, Galen. Hall. PawIow ki, Demy. Third rote: Coach Mary Dixon. Rumpulla, Keefer, Grater, Miller and Snvder.
Co-captains Barbara Brown and Geraldine Berk-heimer. Both girls are seniors and have been on the squad since their freshman year in college.
125Women’s Athletic Association
Officers of Women's Athletic Association arc seated: Donna Lou Delwiler, President: standing, left to right Wilma Wilson, Vice-president; Peggy
Slnmhach, Secretary, Boyer, Treasurer.
The Women's Athletic Association has as its purpose the promotion of women's intramural sports activities. It is directed by a council composed of representatives from each class. The main emphasis of this year’s program had been placed upon “Co-Ed Nights.” Varied activities featured at "Co-Ed Nights" include volleyball, basketball, ping pong, shuffleboard, badminton, and swimming. These arc always held in Brooks Hall.
Two hoys find it entertaining to have a good game of badminton during Co-Ed Night.Several girls enjoy a game of ping pong while the guys slam! back and offer criticism.
Shirley DeVeny and Dec Sands look quite interested in that game of shuf-flehoard. Whose winning, girls?
A good game of volleyball is in progress and the boys wouldn’t even look toward the camera to have their picture taken.
And off the board he goes! Just one of the many ways that you can enjoy yourself at W.A.A. Co-Ed Night.First row, left to right: Heckard, Orllip. Bearer, Muscarclli. Parker. Second row: I'i her, McPherson, Fiszano, Schuler, Kostclac, Rinker. DeFillipo. Third row: Rosenberg, Wcining, Tate, Shepps, Williams, Sweeney.
Couples admire the decoration in Brooks Hall during the Varsity Drag, sponsored by the Men’s Varsity Club.
Men’s Varsity Club
The Men’s Varsity Club was organized for male athletes who have won at least one varsity letter in athletics at Millers ville.
The club holds its meetings on the first Thursday of each month at which time future activities are planned.
The Varsity Club sponsors the Varsity Drag during the Homecoming celebrations and the Spring Dance. They also furnish programs for all the athletic events that take place at home.Women’s Varsity Club
A view of the dance that the girls held in Brooks Hall on February 6.
The purposes of the Women's Varsity Club are to promote sportsmanship, to provide social contacts, to develop group loyalty, and to give special recognition to women students who have represented the College in varsity sports. This year the club sponsored a dance in Brooks Hall on February 6. An orchestra was provided for dance music and refreshments were served.
Officers of Women’s Varsity Club are seated: Lew White-lock. Secretary, and Barbara Strohm, Vice-president. Standing ure l)r. Mary E. Dixon, advisor, and Geraldine Berkheimer, President.PROGRESSING
Another advantage provided by Lyle Hall is the spacious Rcrreation Lounge provided in the lobby for both the men and women 'Indents to enjoy. Space is provided for playing cards, watching television, or just relaxing.
A shot of the Formal Lounge in Lyle Hall where couples often go when they have studying to do or just want to have a friendly conversation.
A Smoker in the basement of Lyle Hall that is for the girls’ use only is a large, spacious room with a television set at one end and a beautiful, modern kitchen at the other end.
One of the many advantages provided for the girls in Lyle Hall is the modern rooms in whirli the girls live. Here we sec Carole Stoll enjoying the feel of the nice, soft bed provided for her.
The three girls on the opposite page are seen as they are leaving Lyle Hall on an errand in the new Millersville jackets for girls. They are, left to right: Barbara Brown, Eileen Siers-beck, and La Verne Brown.1
A canteen is a must in any dormitory but the one that can be found in Roddy Hall exceeds the dreams of most college students. It occupies the entire ground floor of Roddy Hall and besides the food bar being there, it also contains a television set for the entertainment of the men.
The lobby of Roddy Hall is where you can always find a group of the men congregating, whether it be to carry on a discussion or to just plain relax with a book, as we find these boys arc doing.
134Here wc see a group of the boys gathered around the Dean of Men, Dr. Clyde Stine, asking him for change to make a phone call.
We find Myron Bird deep in conversation in one of the many phone booths that arc to be found in Roddy Hall for the convenience of the men.
This is a section of the food bar that is to he found in the canteen in Roddy Hall. Left to right, wc sec Mario Sax, Tommy Russo and Moose Miller telling Harry Hill what it is they would like to order.Leaving the auditorium by way of the three big glass doors, the student sees the inscription on the wall, “As A Man Tliinkcth In His Heart, So Is He.”
A view of the seating capacity of the new auditorium, Lyle Auditorium, with some of the hoys setting up the stage in preparation for one of the theatrical events of the school year, “Pinion’s Rainbow.”
The dressing rooms get some good use, as we can readily see, by the students who participated in the “Finian’s Rainbow” production.1371
Some of the workmen are seen laying the track around the football field that is included in the plans for a new stadium for the college athletic events.
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The ground is being smoothed on the football field at the same time that the men are working on the track around the field.
The blueprint drawing of what the entire new field across the street from the college will look like when it is completed sometime in the next few years.
139We see a group of students on their way to class in front of Old Main. The campus Junior High School can be seen in the background.
Students enjoying themselves during a card game in the Rat Race, which is run by the Student Council. Even though this building is one of the oldest on the campus, it is beloved by all the students as they recall the many pleasant hours that they spent there.
The Sugar Bowl, run by Pat and Edie Rylec, is a favorite hangout of the students between classes and in the evening. Here we see Cynthia Yeaman taking lime out from teaching to go and buy some coffee.Al llic annual Sweetheart Dance, sponsored by the Student Council, a queen is selected from among the candidates chosen by the classes. This year the title went to Barbara Brown, a senior.
On Homecoming Day, the Men’s Varsity Club crowns a queen to reign over the Homecoming activities in the afternoon and the Varsity Drag in the evening. This year the honor went to Elaine Smith, a sophomore.
This year, for the first time, the yearbook sponsored a queen, called the TOUCHSTONE queen. The notninalon came from each class and then a general election was held. The winner was Miehaeline Santaniello, a freshman. Here we see her on her throne immediately following the crowning.COMPLIMENTS
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