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TOUCHSTONE 1958 Co-Editors Editii Harman, Shirley Myers business Manager Janice Falusy Faculty Adviser Earle M. Hite Volume 59 May 1958 Millersvii.le State Teachers Collece Millersville. Pennsylvania “ Miliersville, we sing to thee. Hymns of praise and loyally"As We Recall • • • ALMA MATER Millersville, we sing to thee. Hymns of praise and loyally Sons and daughters staunch and hold. Follow ‘nealh the Black and Gold. Here we fight for Truth and Bight. Shield and hueklcr evet bright, Kieh in Truth we'll ever he, Millersville. we sing to thee. Stately trees and campus wide. We recall with thoughts of pride: Rippling lake and ivied walls. Memories of thy classic halls. Forth we march to bring thee fame. Spirits light and hearts a’flame, Hopeful, faithful, earnest, true. Still, thy standards to pursue. Honor. Fame, and Glory bright. We inherit through thy might: Scholarship, thy first great aim. Proudly still uphold thy name. Alma Mater, we adore The great spirit evermore. Gratitude and reverence may. Millersville. be thine for aye. Esther E. Lemiardt 10 Sanders P. McComskv 'IT Music arranged by Mki-xkk R. PorterThrough the Years • • • TABLE OF CONTENTS Administration Page 8-19 Seniors 2049 Underclassmen 50-71 (Irganizations 72-89 Athletics 90-113 Activities . 114-131 Campus Life 132-139 Advertising 140-150Charles !. Kent. Director of Personnel and Guidance. Mr. and Mr . K -nt at home.' Mr. and Mr» Kent with daughter . Lynn, Debbie, and Ixslie. 4 A Helping Hand . . . DEDICATION four years ago Mr. Charles I. Kent accepter! the position of associate professor of English at our college. A such, he taught freshman English to many of the present seniors. Through his instruction many of them were familiarized with the intricacies of English grammar and composition. and the art of fine speech. As they advanced through college and assumed more responsibility, Mr. Kent did likewise. Although still a familiar sight in the classroom, he has become better known to the students as Director of Student Personnel ami Guidance. His responsibilities now include: providing faculty advisors for all students, maintaining student records of individual and group co-curricular affair as well as those pertaining to awards and employment, and providing information of scholarships, loans, student employment, and personnel matters. As advisor to Student Government. Mr. Kent and that group co-ordinate and schedule all co-eurrieular activities and establish a program of orientation for the freshmen. Because of his interest in the students and their problems. Mr. Kent is admired as an understanding counselor and friend of tin- students. In appreciation of the services he has given and in anticipation of the guidance and inspiration he will continue to offer, the editors of the 1958 Touch-stonk dedicate this book to Mr. Charles I. Kent. Practice makes |x-rfecl! I Campus Scenes Library, mO»t sketched building on rumpus. I»n'« Sprint! wonderful? 'Peaceful’' Roddy Hall, McoV Dorm. Lake adds more dignity to Wicker bam,President Biemrsderfer's residence. Fond Memories . . . l.ytc Auditorium, music, dramn, rhetorics. G l;ndnrdiiK« dormitories, Old Main.“Hopeful. faithful, earnest, true. Still, thy standards to pursue." ADMINISTRATION In His Reflection • • • P Dr. I). L Hikmesuerfkr Hrcallin the past year. 10 President of the College ll may lie said without fear of contradiction that at no time in the history of the human race has the creative thought and the dedicated service of truly educated men and women been of greater import than in this present day. Breath-taking discoveries in the realm of science und technology which open new and startling vistas to man's gaze call for an accompaniment of wisdom and vision in the arts and the humanities in order that benign mastery of the product of this new knowledge may hi- achieved and pur poseful direction given to man's progress. To attain these ends and to provide reasonable assurance of translating new knowledge into a maximum of well-being for all. the teacher stands in a place of critical importance. To the degree that the teacher senses the significance of his role in the human drama, to that same degree will the future for us and for men everywhere he characterized by goodness and justice, wisdom and | eace. You who graduate from Millersvillc have your part to play in this task. It calls for keen minds, stout hearts, and firm dedication. We. who know you. believe that you are equal to the demands of the hour. Our congratulations on completion of the requirements for the beginning of your work as teachers and our In-st wishes for success and personal satisfaction in this great profession. Sincerely yours. I). I.. Bikmesdkukkr. President moment of relaxation.COLLEGE ADMINISTRATION . C. HREIDENSTINE II.V. l lluU h(..«n C-llc ; M.U.. 1.1.1) Trm fl I mwi.ll) j 0nM •! I ml rat lima. EUGENE K. ROHR R.S, Innktla ami AUrulaall 4 ll tr: M.S.. I J.li . IVni.aalaanaa S«l' IdlariaUji Diirrloi SlmSim oral IV rNMii .’ rM mt ..n. Pirlhaiotl Orpailmral VALBORG EI.ETTY Ul.. 1 •liridly .il Wlxiinrin; .M„ I'nianiall ..I Mi.hi(«n: Pli.ll. -,»«'• ••• Ifniwiali '••■« I i.»r . • ... iuf ,Vi 4i«. n lilriiri W.iiwii' (! . nni. nity AhmIiIkhi. WILLIAM II. DUNCAN B.S.. MalUfaalllr Suir T«th n f.uU g«( M.I.'J.. tM.D., IViinailimui Suit -rally; Oirretoi of lifminiom a»4 Ptfillimi K4 t(o« Dt fount at; Idnuiism anil SltmUrJi Connitltt Ckollrntn. CLYDE S. STINE II. A.. M.A.. 1 1. I).. Cara-tl l ».» f.ii : .. II." I Mo.o ivn M-purm-af i Ajigitr- Min'. I nnmuatt; HiIiiIm. M»n' t » Siuilnu A., a.w-iall.m; SUaJrul A..1 Chairman. KRMON POSTI.ES Gfadualo nl I'lrrte llualerM School an.l CU»»n Inallluli.. B,.until Uanagti of l t CcUlgi. CHAR1.ES I. KENT II' . W..I O.-ai.i Slain Trorhcra C.illri.-: 'I -. «..lnni IC-arla- I nWnrail. [ tUir,l«l «f SloJtnl Primaltrl mnj CmUfoMoi Aafuroimn llrfaiimm! Mrs r Simlrt»l (louMil. JOHN E. ZERC.HER II.'.. F rankliu (ail Mara lull ;..!!» ; Monger of StuJtnt Stnien. 11COLLEGE ADMINISTRATION « GEORGE R. ANDERSON B.S., I'rnttaitranU $!»»•• I'ninmiri M.A., CoUn.I.ia tahmilji UJ) . P«HI»' • lluala Slat llahmltfi UmImMiVi Iteparlmrnl A,ting CtaiMiin; fdu.'alionol Teletinon hogfom Coer Junior. VIRGINIA BECK A,II., A.M.. Pfc.l)., lnl.rr.ily «l l'lltahvr(h; Seo ul Stadiet brparlmmr; Id.iier lulu Phi tin. JAMES BECKER US., KulOnai Suif Troeben Oil lege; MS.. I.lilyl. I nl.rrally; Director •I Fit nr mu, Je, alien, Frincipal MifiMn School. WII.MER C. BERG B.S.. Jua.au CoiWfa; Ed l . Uiunr.il. «l Piltafcargl.f Ed.D„ ImpU Uahmin : Ciir»W»|i bepanmear. ANNA E. BEYER B.S.. MlllrraviU Sul Tnrkm Collr ; M S.. Unlnml. a« rruilllllUl ,‘ipmiw, Frarth CiaJr. I.EE E. BOYER A.B.. Aui urluniu l.'alimMi; Ed M.. Ilimnl I'ni.rralti; 1.1 II , Pmaailunu Slat I'llwnllpi Uairanil) «l Pranilualll Vathemalict be par I enrol Chanmaa H.» Ira« ( ; tlklellta Chairman. MRS. MAE G. BRENEMAN B.S., T.wpl» Uilrmllr; A M . CoUmhia I'airrnli.i G cottar hr Deportment; Miner--Sen dm, MARY A. BRIGHTBILL B.A.. Il.'llana Cal| f l M.A.. Pfc.D., Corntll I amnlqi| Fa hih Department. MRS. LII.UAN W. BROOME 8.S.. Mkllrmillr SUIr Tcacbm t'.i.llr r: U.M„ Pri.iiatliaiua Mat Irmriailv; SopeiHier, Sink Giolr; .Minn Wnnta’a flat Slu-lrat Aa«M-.all..a V. ANTHONY CHAMPA A.B.. Juu.au Coll., ; M A. hl.O Prauyluau Juu lai.miii: Fdncaoao Department; Aadio.Cnaal Fdacouoa Chairman; Director him Ijbratjf Ad-tucr—Smli.r CUn. DORIS E. CRESWEI I. B.S.. Mlllrraalllr Slilr Trurhria Coll , ; M s.. Traifl' I'alvcaBily: So pa tutor. Siiih Grade. CHARLES E. CUMPSTON B.S , liuRau Sul Taaehrt toll ,. I’a, M Id.. ranklta aa.l Mai.hall Coll , : Fnilhh Department; Oilretnr of Speech Chair BEATRICE V. DATESMAN A.B.. II—.1 toll M ■. Saiarua I nnrr.it ; Lihratf Science Deportment. RICHARD DEHART ns.. MS.. « •! YkftaU I n..rr..l,: Science hr panne nr; Coach of taller trail. WILLIAM F. DILLER A.H., Eranklia and Mai.Kail Gllrjr; .M.. Uainnitr «l l'raa. 1.aniat Knglnh be part mem; Adclier-luainr Claaa, GEORGE H. DITI.OW B.S.. M.tlumdl Stair T.a hrr. Call ,.; MU.. lWr.il ..I Mari Uadi Ed.D.. N « Y“fk I ni.rr.itv; lodailtlol Am Depart near; IJcirrr—|,.u lambda Sigma. MARY E. DIXON n s., Slipinry Sut TnrUr. Ca.II . M.Kd., Ed.D.. Prenatlaania Stair llalntdtr; Health and thyiicol Fdocotioa Department; Admrr—Woa a a Van), ly Clafc, Taaaaa'a AtkMia AamarUtiaa; Coach » Women" t Cat tit) Spnrti. MRS. LAI RA B. DOERING BA. Miller .U Slat T«rktn Oll.yr; M A.. Duka I ai.rra.lr; Library f.taranao Deportment; Fdiror.la Chief -College Alumni J.mrnal. 12COLLEGE ADMINISTRATION FRF.AS DOWNING H V, Prnoaatvaala Stale I'ni.weiljr; MS, PeBoaalvaola; UutfMftri PffMMral. LULA E. DRESHKR II S , Kalugan Male T»ach fa Collate; M S , Tempi I'nnrtall 1 .Vaperrnn . o.n» (it it dr. DANIEL G. ENGLE A.n.. IlMcklaa Calif : M S., Trankilo ami Mar.hall Collet : Sei'enrr (hfaimral, PALL W. ESHEI.MAN A.n., Illaahrehtoao Collet . M.A., Cola • VI a I'ahmilf; W.'i'ul Depot , ■eor; Ad titer l-.la laoUa Mima. In.lu.lt..! Ada Theater Club. HUGO J. FIORA B.S.. B.T.A.. M . Ohio Stale I ni.tf.il ; liaUtlrtdd An• DtpanmttU: Idlin' Indu.l.nl Arta Thealrr CJah. ROBERT N. FORD II.A., loot Mai Teart.tr. Collate; M.S.. I'niirr.ili ul llUnnla; Ph.D.. lm.nr.lle ol l.hlrati.: Ctafrtpkf Dtpaitmtnl C'lalMM! 4dai.tr—Bailer Gr'-jiaphie Soeielr. ABRAM J. FOSTER B-S.. Calilornla Slai. Te«iher. Collet . Pa.; M A., Duke Unitnr.il)'i Ph D., l al • ri.ilt Itl pillaliurtli; SckUI Slndiet Otpanmrni; Adri.tr Phi Sifin Pi. MRS. MARIAN A. GERHART H.S. Miller..llle Stale Teaeher. Colic ; B-S.. Illbrar. Sclent ) Colombia I'm.ei.lit; M.A , Colombia I niwtilly; Utiari Science OtpanntU. CHARLOTTE M. GOOD B-S.. Hueltaell l ni.er.Uri M.M., I'eimarltaala Stale I'n.wratly; Saprren . Strand Ctadt; Adtiirr .iik-ii lor I hlltlh.I t'lluc alien ELIZABETH R CRESS II V. I’euiM.lraaU Sum Col.ftall.; AM.. lol ilia Ilia I ail .rally; Saptniatr. vaii" itA Srkaal Maiktmalu r. SAMUEL S. HARNISH II.S . Ltkiaeo kallcr Collet ; MS, I ai.rt.tl. ..I IVaoa.I.aaia; Pnacipai the Junta! . Sakaal. ALEX HENDERSON. JR. A.H., IMaaaihmlr Sum 1 nlanraltfj M S.. Wichita I'aiter.Ut; U,|)„ Penna.t.aiil Slain I nher.llr ; Sti.atr rptnaiM. EARLE M. HITE. JR. A.II Waal nil naif GoIlr«c . MIA. Pcniia.t.ania Slain lni.et.il.; f.ntlnk Of pan tar mi; U.nrr Stttpprr," "Taa.ktianr" Handkaak. JOHN E. HUBI.EV II. M, M-i|-;»n.liiin Stale Traekara C..llrte; M.D., IVaai.l.taU Slate Val.ti.il!; Morallna an.l l’a) boiot PtfHlanll Ani.rani than « Ut»; At tit rant Caa.k f oaiitall. DOROTin I. HUGHES |l.s.. M.A,. Neat York I’nl.er.il. | Siptrtuar. t •‘■ara.ar. School Wane. ARTHUR R. HULME H «... vir.1 ChralM Male Teathu. t oilet ; M U„ Temple Cnlari.il ; lltallk and Pktlltal Kdaraiinn (hpnlaru; Anulaal fan.k nf laaikall; Caark « Trark MARIAN V. ISENBERG MS„ haatilnala Stale Vainnlli; Shp eni r. Tkltd Ctadt. ELIZABETH M. JENKINS IIS.. M.S.. Temple t ni.et.lta; SapetMioe. .nr Ctadt-ldn.tr SloAeal Oitl.tiaa W.atk-a, 13COLLEGE ADMINISTRATION BETH HI TH JENNINGS B.S.. Il-rnla '.iWta i .|lr r: M V. Colamb.a I ahmliv; Airndtr mnt UH IS C. JENNINGS A ll., I'a anklia (Mil lai.lull CaiUagr: A l . (.U I'n.-aa.ily . Iftiih -Mrlaw-Finlm l.Ua . GEOK(;E A. KATCHMEK A H.. Lrbaann A allay CtUrfri M.I J.. rnim.liania Slala I anmllti llt.llk and rk,.„al JUacarbia tpmnmt-alt t .A ot ...■ W m J Ba.tMi M'llEKINK KEEN ER VII, M.v. I'h.n.. Daka lialamit): Srlrnra IVi-uiiina.it: CUm, RICHARD KEI.I.EK H.v. MillamllU Mala T'ruabia. Ciillrg. • l A.. C.ilaaibla Intimity; .Annul ,'l.Jiaa Vrjtaiiaaai, Mniar lalrr-Cullrf ulr Ualnaaia na Cmarnmanl. NIKS, M ARTHA NN. KENT H.S.. «•»! Cluster Slala Taurbrai t.ullrgv Tana-la U all mil y; .'■yfraniiaa. fl lk Crm.it. ESTHER M Kll.MEEKER B.S.. Alillaaa.ilia Stala Taaibaa. o.llrgr; AI A.. Ijilaaka I ahanill; V-alhnaalrfii I .narilli • t'aaflaaki ItfjviillwM, Hllira V.|,li.iii,otr Clau JAMES E KOKEN All.. Cnl.nliia Inlvmlty: AM.. r« Vml I’alimiit; Stimmtt Vaiaiiaaal Owaaa, ADELINE E. KREINHEDER D.S.. Nr" York Niaic Iraclim OJIrgu; M A., Taaahara G»tlac. Columbia lalirtaila; fi wallM fVparraaal. RAYMOND E. KUtll. A.I)., M.IM.. H l „ I ulimlly «f Pitl.bua,H; ffdarai.oa Vjiaa ayaai; KaiaaiiA tiairaaa. LYNWOOD S. LINCENFELTER II. A . Al.l.J.. Kd.D., I’la.lk.. IVniuyltanlu Slum I nliriaiii . fa|lial fl(lia i»i«l CkoiitMAi Pmbhe RtUufmt Churn . CHARLES . LORD A.B.. Shrpbrttl Callrgu: AJI„ l)«U Cnlimllr; Social Slaiitt Ihoartmiai CORAL E. MEI-SON US At A . I nnrnlly ..I null am.; IIS . Il.lbiary Sclriur) II....1 In.lllull ••I Ta kn..|..gy; Ih tax lu . uA.ary ld„..J.»u; Ukraruuti Ilnur Al|.ha Bala r u. MABEL L MOBERG B.S.. I.m A llaian Hi.ir Taarbafa liillajr; AI A.. Colombia llaimiili; 1‘ilaraliaa OriarMiw; llnitr l.olliaiaii SiuiVata Aim. lallnn. Iinkwii Claai. URBAN L. MONICAL ll. .. kailitn lllia-.n Mala T Mahan C-.llaga; AM Oil..1 Stair I'nhmlli. Mail'ul Irh Utfartlaaal. RAYMOND C. MUl.I.IN B.S.. I ail 'll. .-.Iil.-.I, Slala Traakria Oilrf : AI. A.. .« Yiwk I urn rails 1 lltalrh urn I I’A mini filnatim Ar|WUMM; .llriiMai f.uarA . Bui ktlballi ll,rt....» r u«k. • Smith. C MAXWELL MYERS A II.. Attiaklagum Cnllrgr; AM. 1'k ll., I nl.ri.il, of Ml|aliorgh| AoiVal Stwdt » .Ami ma; {jfrii r lptia I’M Oitirp. STEVE A. NAM IT H.S.. l.illnliofo Mala Trarhaia Oillrja; II Kil.. L’nnai.li. ol IMl.| iit(li: Supra-tiiar. Junior II.jb SrWI lltalrk and Miikal Edatatlo,a. a l llaitaaaliii; Mama— Nr.man Club; t ear A n Tanai.; In.Waal CnuiA of fooilmlt. 14COLLEGE ADMINISTRATION DAUN W. NESBIT Js, H.«l Stair Tncbn Coll» r; M.H4„ tmxnllr ■ • Pili l»ir h: IJ.D.. Pr-rni.l.ama Sfalr I'anrn.t.; XAmflian Itapaumml; .li rurr Slodml (.'duration Aw«i llM mI Pr nn.»l. ania. BURL N. OSIU RN I1..V, l»»a '•I ' - t irbm r«llf|«; M.A., PhD., IISw Stair Ualnnllr »• • fnaJ Aril Oi o aral Chairman; AAtiitr Inilunlilal ti. Sor.n.. MEI.ZEH R. PORTER li VI... C.I.. I nl.rrnll. ..I Mkh.(«n: M. VI-«k. I'niimli. .1 Vt.rbi»a" Ifaik AAtlirr Rod Can l.lal. EDITH R. RAPP It.S., VI.Hd.. IVitH.lnali Sutr Cni.mil : AllraM Otl'1 1 I »nrr.ii», I.« UmI; Drpa'lmant. JOSEPH E. RHEN A ll.. tianklia aod Vl.r.hall CoHfpC VI. V.. I ni.rf.il. ul IVnna.I.anu ; Unlink llrpanmrnl. JOHN M. ROTH II.S.. VI »:■!.. Ui»nlt« »l Ptliaburghi fjrrtrr—It odd SdMltf Starkly. A H,. Juniata Crllng I VI V.. t’nirrtiitv ..I PillaJ.urgh: l'«l VI,. IUioiiI Cn.ttrt.lt: Ph il.. Kunlun lioi.rr.il.; .rfurorto and hfchaUrt! {Ur ilmr»t; Ui.iri -Slu. •Irnl Cl.iMlUa Aaaueiatinn : turn i»r . -UariliH Clink. RAYMOND J. Rl NKI.E ICS., Prw «t. It inM Slatr (Ifll.mil. i VI' I .mrr.it. ul llllliol.. lid.II.. Columbia I ni.rr.il ; Mrrilh and Phtniral tjarilmn Dr| arlmml Cltalrittan: Mirdff « llWrliri; .IHi.wi -linllj ClnR THEODORE II Rl’PP A ll . Franklin and Vlar.hall I..Hr ,, VI V.. Prnnr.l.ania '-■•I- I nnm.it | Ph D.. I nhrnil) ul Pra«i».»ltatiia; Ilrju i r»i Maurr XriiopkaU Surirly; turn • ■’rril in . REBKKAII S. SHEA PEER M3.. Kll«ltrahau»n Ij.llrjr: V IC. I ralnvt C dlr r; A.VI.. C"lum|.|a ( di.rTail. ; I ni.rr.il. nl I’rnm.l.anla; CrmhrWfr I si.ri.ltT : f.ntllih iOhmrlmrnli AAir.rr CiUraard flint'. JOHN 15. SHF.MC II . VI.IIrrn.4llr Slalr l .. I..|. OJI.p ; VI I .......lit "I I'rnnttl. ia , hulailinl On Utptiliural. BEATRICE M. SMITH II- , Mlllrra.tllr 'lair Trachrra C.dlrjr M. „ Tmifl. Cm.rr.rlf; fin! Cfnll GEORGE E. STAt PEER ». •.. Vlillrr.ttllr Suir TmcIki. Collrsr; VI.S.. ln.trt.ll. «.l Pm.it.uiai SVirnrr (IrpannMl. MARGARET SWIFT ICS . VI V f ...lumliia 1'nnrr.il. ; Art Orfallnr.l ftailnaa HON A 1.1) E. SYKES H.S Knlalin.fi Suie rrrrhrr. I llr . ; VI lid , Trnipl. I nlvrrnily | 111 Drfat fmrnf. JOSEPH TORCHIA ICS., M.IWfM.II' SMI. Trn. I.rr» (Itdlrgr: VI.lit),. Pran.il.ml Sfnlr Cni.rrtil.-. VI.S.. Ifnlvmity ..I Prunttltaaia; J.WuraliM fi.;«unrni; AArhrr Phi S au Pi; Kii-Imt ( linn Chairman DAVID 0. VOIGT ICS Vlioifhr C.dlrfr . VI V. I ulund.ia llni.rf.il. Srtial MnAir-Orjurrmrar; AArnrr Sr« .at MvJit. Clnlt. JOSEPH F:. WALKER A.B., r«ik Lnllr ; LA.a I lUtrmlr of Tpn»mff; 5m«W SiuJin (Viiiiy .V|'hi»fi Ke CUm. PA I L RCMMELCOLLEGE ADMINISTRATION MRS J. MARGUERITE W ALLACE II.S., Millrn.lll SMI» Irorbru CoiU«fi Super,, '.,. Third Crude. SAMUEL P. WALLACE B.S.. Millrri.lllr Suir truhfii C« II»e»: M.A., Bwkwll I m«f roily; Wili a«iri llepmrtmeat; A dr, ter—Mu Mu. MRS. ESTHER WHITELY A lt . I'ahmtty "I rUMnuikl Ukrtry Sriuaft llrpellmeal. MRS. MARGARET WOODHRIDGE A II.. M.A.. Bu.knrll l ni cr«ity; F.atl»A lle milmml. CLIFFORD I_ YARD II.Kil., Wr.tr in $Ulr Call , lllin»»; M.A.. CalmnMi I'niitnlly; IrUailrial Am iJrpaitmrat. JAMES K. Z WALLY B.S.. W »t Chnln $l»lr lwk n Ullf[r; M.S.. Unit fully ol l'»nxl«i n; Matte Department; Dlrretae Cnl|rc t Cbolf anil Band; Aunll) IVofram Cluif- FACULTY NOT PICTURED WILLIAM II. CAULWELL B.S.. AlSuchl C lli|i-| M.S., CmwII I'nixt.il.: Science Department. MRS. ELHERTA COUNCILMAN A.II.. Hufknrll lnWrr.it : M.A., Columhii I'ahmll)• Supunimt, 1, ih Grade. HENRYJ KAUFFMAN II.S . UlUri.vlllr Main Tr«Krr. CoOrf : M.S.. Hnl.rr.lt. ..| IVn.,.,l,.ni. 1 IrduttriaJ ,4m Depart me at. GUY R. SAYLOR A.U.. Klwabcthlona Collrfr; A.M„ Mi.U.. L».r»f»lly of I'rua.yl.anu; I eutuec lie par I Mint; tJ.l.rr-Xroc.|ik.|. wiMl. MRS. N'AOMA Gl 1.1 AN B.S.. Millrr.»tll. Sum Trarbrn Callr ; .Va»a| Sdataiiom; Sthual Karts. MARION SPENCER A.B.. I.limra A.M.. Ui4m Dalimkyi FatU k Department. SARAH J. W M.KER IIS K. l|..r.| Sum 1 r K he,. C,.||. r , M.A.. Columbia lol.rr.lt ; Super, Uer, u,t jekual Home Ftmium» , Mr. Koki-n advises student. Meric Schncc. Mr. ZwjIIv yyork during practice session. 16G. Frederick Beckmykr Iii Memoriam G. Frederick Bcckmyer. a beloved member of the faculty for twenty-seven years, passed from this life on September 2, 1957. His lovable personality will always be remembered bv his students. Neither will they forget his good nature and thoughtful consideration of others. Mr. Bcckmyer had a way of transcending the materialism of pure science to display more than an active appreciation of the Good and Living. In his classes we learned practice! applications of science and a love for the beauty of nature. The many trees and flowers on campus will always remind us « f Mr. Bcckmyer and his many hours of work at his favorite task. The trees and the skies and the lanes and the brooks Are more full of wonders than all of the books— James Freedam A 1 iii i 11 i.s t ra t i ve Assist a 11 Is Mr. Harold K. Brenner, Post Master ami Receiving Clerk. Left to Right Mr . Naoma Culian, Mr . Josephine .Vnnil. Left to Right Mrs. Mvrtic Maguire, Miss Esther Lcnhardt. Left to Right Mr. Calvin Hiiuek. Mrs. Ella Pfaulz. Left to Right Miss Eli uibelli Jenkins. Mi— Verna Hill, Mr-. Violet Boam-derfcr. Mrs. Clara Slrassburgcr. Tlieir Assistance . . . Left to Right Mr. M. C. Lehr, manager of the Dining Hall, get assistance from Mr . Fannie Click, assistant manager; Mr . Virginia Heidonroieh and Mr-. Sara A. Weller. 18Was Invaluable Secretarial and Clerical Stall I.fit to Right: Mrs. Rachel M. Kibbler. Mis Nancy Brenner, Mb Belly Graver. S :vrw , Left to Right: C, K. Swclgarl, I’. Hershey. Standing, l ft to Right: . M. Kenitfg. J. Herr, 1). Gray. K Esbcnshude. Mabel K. Moser, Head Housekeeper. Left to Right: Mrs. Francis Miller, Mrs. Hu Ida S«ine, Miss Phyllis Greer, Mi»s Janice Slaugh. Left to Right: Dr. V. A. Champa. Mrs. Virginia Monica), Mrs. Virginia Caulwell."Forth we march to bring thee fame. Spirits light and hearts a'flame ' SENIORSSeniors SkaTSD: Left to Right- Beverly Cisb, treasurer; Mary CocluMiaur, secretory. Standing: Ed Cralnim. rice-president; Ed Bearer, president. Po»t-dinner session in formal lounge, Lyle Hall. To the traditional Hum of get-acquainted parlies, dances, initiation lineups and dink troubles BOB inendxrs of tin- Class of 1958 enter ! Millersville in the fall of 1951. Class meetings enabled the newcomers to solidify their ranks and a semi-formal dance. “Circus Daze.” gave the group its first opportunity to contribute to the college’s social life. As sophomores the Class of 1958 made added contribu-lions to tin: social atmosphere of the campus and began to take over (roeitions of importance and responsibility among the many organizations of MSTC. In 1956 the girls of the class worked smoothly !• make the big-little sister program a real success. Biggest social note of the year was the Junior Prom in November to the theme of “Autumn leaves." Last fall as seniors the class found that 276 members. 150 of them from the original group, were reads for the final year at Millersville. With student teaching, tin- Senior Ball in April, and the usual mud rush of senior year activities highlighting the Millersville picture. Commencement on May 26. 1958 gave the proper solemn ending to the history of the Class of 1958. Mixed emotions invaded the feelings of many a senior: joyful to be graduating, yet sad to be leaving the old college campus. In many ways, the last year proved just as difficult as previous years. Student teaching was the initial step into the professional World by the cap and gown set. 22Snow sometime means a free Way for student teacher . Seniors ..iil Schloll and Barb Musselman visit countryside. Somebody stuck? A Senior “Snow” Day Student teacher. Il.irb Musselnian, and friend. Aft Wood, away from the clutter of children and book . A view «biv»n by the Conestoga River.WILLIAM B. ALLISON, JR.................................York. Pa. Elementary- Intermediate August MARY ELLEN AMOI.E.................................................Birdsboro, Pa. Elementary—K. '. January Choir, Chief Accompanist; Band. Executive Committee; Inter-Varulty Christian Fellowship; Future Teacher of America; Student Christian Association; Delta Phi Eta. JOHN J. A.MSLER.................................. Secondary; Major Social Studies; Minor English Driver Education; Football; Varsity Club. Newport, Pa. May LOUISE H. ARMS ...... Lancaster. Pa. Elementary K. P. May J. HUGH BAILEY........................................................Norristown. Pa. Industrial Arts; Major ITood; Minor -Drawing May Industrial Art Society; Men’ Community Association; Citauiard: Student Christian Association; Future Teacher of America: Theater Arts Club, President; Track Team; P. I. A. A.; Intramural Basketball and Softball. MARY ANN BAKER ...... Lancaster, Pa. Elementary—K. P. May Intramural Basketball; Day Room Council Representative; Intramural Committee; Association for Childhood Education International. GLADYS LUCILLE BATDORF............................................Lebanon. Pa. Elementury—K. P. May Future Teacher of America; Normal Literary Society; «sociation for Childhood Education International; Student Christian Association; Lutheran Student -socialinn. RICHARD M. A. BAUSH.....................................................Allentown. Pa. Industrial Arts; Major— Electrical: Minor Driver Education May Industrial Arts Society; Veterans Club: Iota l.aiiil»da Sigma. RICHARD B. BEADLE.........................................................Lancaster. Pa. Industrial Art ; Major Metal and Electricity January Industrial Arts Society; Rod and Gun Club. EDWIN J. BEARER ... . Carrol I town, Pa. Industrial Arts; Major—H ood May Football. Captain; Varsity Club. President; Intramural Committee Chairman; Newman Club. Vice-President; Men’s Community Association. Vice-President; Senior Class President. JULIE NAGY BENNETT...............................................Bethlehem. Pa. Elementary- K. P. January Citarnard; Future Teacher of America. EDWIN C. BIGLER..................................................Ia.nra.ter. Pa. Industrial Arts: Major Hood; Minor—Drawing May Track Team; Varsity Club: Industrial Arts Society; De.Molay Campus Club. Master Councilor. 24PHYLLIS BILLET Elementary Future Teachers of America. Lancaster. Pa. May RUTH ANN BISHOP...................................................Ephrata. Pa. Elementary—Intermediate January Student Christian Association; Future Teachers ol America; Concert Band; Delta Phi Etj. LOUIS H. BLEACHER....................................................Millersville. Pa. Industrial Arts; Minor — Mathematics May Industrial Art Society, Secretary; Iota Lambda Sigma. Secretary; Mu Kappa Mu. MARILYN JEAN BLOUCH...............................................Cleona.Pa. Elementary—K. I . May Welfare Council; Junior Cla - Secretary; Women' Community Association. President; Choir: Citamani: Association for Childhood Education International. JANICE ELAINE BOIIB.........................................Philadelphia. Pa. Secondary; Major—Mathematics: Minor hum May College Choir Lihrariun; Mu Kappa Mu. Secretary; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania; “Brigadoon". Executive Committee; Intramural Softlull. JOANNE W. BOGGS..................................................Wilmington. Del. Elementary May Women’s Athletic ‘ ociation. Treasurer; Association for Childhood Education International; Intramural Committee; Touchstone Start. DORIS M. BOLT ...................................................I-ebanon. Pa. Library Science; Minor •Geography May- Hockey Team: Women's Varsity Club; Marching Band; Concert Bund; Future Teacher of America: Alpha Beta Alpha; Ba-der Geographic Society; Touchstone Start; Citamard; “Taming of the Shrew"; “Ki" Me Kate." LEON F. BORST......................................................Heading. Pa. Secondary: Major—Science: Minor Mathematics May- Varsity Football; Wrestling Team; Track Team; Men' Varsity Club; Roddy Scientific Club; Religion in Life Week Planning Committee; Newman Club, Treasurer and President; Intramural Basketball Referee; Dining Hall Waiter. ROBERT E. BOURDETTE, JR......................................Milan. Pa. Secondary; Major- English; Minor Social Studies May Choir: Citamard; Band: “Taming of the Shrew"; "Brigadoon": All-State Collegiate Chorus; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania. ROBERT I). BOWERS...............................................Uncasler,Pa. Industrial Arts; Major- Metal; Minor Droning August Football: Men's Varsity Club; Industrial Arts Society. PAUL K. BRANTLEY.............................................Thomasville, Pa. Elementary; Minor—Driver Education May Football; Men's Varsity Club; Choir; Dining Hall Waiter. LEOLA M. BURKETT..........................................Johnstown. Pa. Library Science; Minor—Guidance May Alpha Beta Alpha; Band; Future Teacher of America.BARBARA ANN CASSEL ... . Manchester, Pa. Elementary K. I’. May Lutheran Cluh; Association for Childhood Education International; Citainard; Student Chris!i:in Association. MARY ANN CHANTON . . Ephrata, Pa. Elementary K. '. May Basketball; Newman Cluh, Secretary: Della Phi Eta, Historian; Touchstone Kcliiori.il Staff; Girls’ Intramural Softball; Welfaw Senior Representative. MYRON CHEIKEN........................................................Philadelphia. Pa. Industrial Arts; Major Graphic Arts January Industrial Arts Society; Alpha Phi Omega. Vice-President. DAVID C. CLARKE............................................................I.hit . Pa. Secondary: Major Social Studies; Minor English May Bind: Choir: Alpha Phi Omega; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania. SANDRA YVONNE CLEMENTS .... Pine Grove. Pa. Elementary—K. I . May Stmlent Education Association of Pennsylvania; Association for Childhood Education Internation al; Lutheran Christian Association. JUDITH B. CONNELLY..............................................Lancaster.Pa. Elementary K. . May Women's Day Student Association, Treasurer and President: Association for (Childhood Education International; Intramural . ROCHELLA E. COOL . ... Bethlehem. Pa. Elementary—Intermediate January Choir: Lutheran Student Association. Secretary-Treasurer: Delta Phi Eta. Yice-Pre-ddeni; Association for Childhood Education International: Future Teacher of America: Dolphin Cluh. BURNELL A! CRIST................................................Middletown. Pa. Secondary; Major General Science; Minor Science May Student Christian Association. Vice-President; Rim| and Cun Club; Alpha Phi Omega, Corresponding Secretary and Recording Secretary. SANDR A CROUSE....................................................Hanover. Pa. Elem en I ary—K. . May College Clioir; All-State Collegiate Clioir; Ensemble; Welfare Sophomore Representative; Student Christian Association: Delta Pin Eta. PATRICIA A. DEAN ...... Havertown, Pa. Elementary —Intermediate May Association for Childli N d Education International; Choir; Women's Community Association, Vice-President: Welfare (Council; Delta Phi Eta. DONALD DEEDS.................................... Secondary; Major Mathematics. Minor Social Studies Mu Kappa Mu; Veteran Cluh. May YVONNE A. DELAR 1)1...............................................Havertown. Pa. Elementary- K. '. May Varsity Hockey. Co-Captain: Varsity Basketball; Varsity Club; Association for Childltood Education International: Touchstone Staff; Intramural Sport Committee Secretary.GAIL T. DENISON..................................................Wrightsville. Pa. Secondary: Major Social Studies; Minor- English May Future Teachers of America: Social Studies Club. GERALD C. DEPEW....................................................lainrastrr. Pa. Secondary; Major Social Studies: Minor Guidance May JOSEPH M. DEVILBISS.........................................Fawn Crove. Pa. Industrial Arts; Major—Metal May Track: Basketball Manager: Men' Varsity Club: Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship; DeMolay Club; Industrial rt» Society: Band; Future Teachers of America. DALE LAMAR DISSINCER...........................................F.phraia, Pa. Secondary; Major General Science: Minor Social Studies May Normal laterary Society: Roddy Scientific Society. MERVIN L. DISSINGEK...............................................Clcona.Pa. Secondary; Major English; Minor—Guidance August Inter-Var-.il liri-iti.m Fellowship; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania: Student Christian Association, President; Phi Sigma Pi. Vice-President; the Snapper, New Editor. VAUGHN DITZI.ER, JR...............................................Lititz. Pa. Secondary; Major Mathematics: Minor Guidance January Math Club; Phi Sigma Pi. CURTIS A. DONAT................................................Allentown. Pa. Industrial Arts; Major Metal and Graphic Arts May Student ( ouiuil: Sophomore Class. President; Assembly Committee; Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship; Iota Ijmlxlu Sigma, Treasurer. JAMES M. DRESCHER................................................Mt. Joy. Pa. Secondary: Major Social Studies; Minor English May Intramural Sports; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania; Inlcr-Collegi-ate Conference on Government. CECIL DUNBAR. JR..........................................................Airville. Pa. Secondary; Major General Science: Minor Mathematics August Roddy Scientific Society; Mu Kappa Mu. GERALD V. DUNKLE. JR....................................Holt wood. Pa. Secondary; Major Social Studies; Minor English and Pricer Education January .Social Studies Cluli; Normal Literary Society; Intramural : Baseball. ARLENE FRANCES DURAND...........................................Akron. Ohio Elem en Utry—interm ediate May Intramural Basketball; Softball; Newman Club. Social Secretary; Hockey: Association for Childhood Education International; Dolphin Club; Heligion in Life. PAUL R. DURI.AND Industrial Arts; Major Hi rod. Metal Forty Fort. Pa. May 27YVONNE D. EDRIS ...... Jonestown, Pa. Elementary -Intermediate May Student Christian Association; Association lor Childhood Education International. KEEN ELBIN ...... Warlordnburg, Pa. Secondary; Major Kioto meat Science: Minor Geography May Bossier Geographic Society. Secretury; Intramural Sport-. SANDRA LEE EMENHEISER .... Mt. Wolf. Pa. Elementary—K. P. May Association for Clnldhood Education International. DORSEY EUGENE ENCK . ... Elizabethtown. Pa. Induitrial Arts; Major—Metal May Industrial Arts Society: Football: Men's Varsity Club, Vice-President: Phi Sigma Pi. Treasurer; Wrestling: Track Team. NANCY ENDERS....................................................Harrisburg. Pa. Elementary May Future Teachers of America. CHRISTINE EURICH........................................Lonsdale. Pa. Elementary—K. P. August Bund Secretary: College Choir. Secretary; Citumard, Secretary of Correspondence; Student Christian Association; Freshman and Sophomore Vice-President: All-State Collegiate Choir. JANICE FALUSY.....................................................Bethlehem. Pa. Elementary - -Intermediate May Band President; Choir; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania; “Briga-doon"; “Fi idlin' Rainbow”; Citumard; Lutheran Student Association; Touchstone Business Manager. RICHARD J. FASNACHT..........................................Hanover. Pa. Elementary August Student Christian Association; Future Teachers of America; Association for Chddhood Education International; RikJ and Gtui Cltih; Veterans Club; Lutheran Club. WESLEY FASNACHT............................................Ephrata. Pa. Secondary; Major—Mathematics: Minor Spanish January Band; Matli Club. M. JANE FECLEY . .... Lancaster, Pa. Elementary — K. I'. January Delta Phi Etu. LUCILLE I). FIELDS............................................York. Pa. Elementary- Intermediate May JANE LOUISE FOX..............................................Akron. Pa. Elementary K. P. May- Student Christian Association: Association for Childhood Education International: Snapper, Feature Editor. 28PALMER L. FREY................................................Rrd Lion. Pa. Elementary-—Intermediate August Baseball; Studrni Education Association of Pennsylvania. ROBERT H. FREY..................................................Lancaster, Pa. Secondary; Major Mathematics; Minor l.atin January National Council of Teachers of Mathematic ; Mu Kappa Mu. EDWARD A. GAKVINE......................................................... Secondary; Major Mathematics. Minor Physical Science May Mu Kappa Mu; Roddy Scientific Society. WILLIAM H. GEIGER...............................................Quarryvillc. Pa. Industrial Arts; Major—Wood May Mpltii Phi Omega, Corrcsnonding Secretary; DcMolay Club, Vice-President; Band; Industrial Arts Society; Rod and Gun (dub; Student Christian Association; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania. RICHARD L. GERHART ... . Soudcrton, Pa. Industrial Arts; Major Ceramics and Wood August Industrial Arts .Society; Iota I-umlxU Sigma. BARBARA ANN GEUTHER................................................Havertown, Pa. Elementary K. P. May Association for Childhood Education International; Intramural Sports. LUCY CIRRLF.........................................................Manheim. Pa. Elementary - Intermediate May Association for Childhood Education International; Student Education Association of Pcnntylvania; Delta Phi Eta: Evangelical United Brethren Club. THOMAS GILLEN............................................................Keystone. Pa. Industrial Arts; Major —Wood May Baseball; Industrial Arts Society: Newman Club; Intramural Sports. MARY LOUISE CINGERICH.........................................Manchester. Pa. Library Science; Minor Guidance Alpha Beta Alpha. Corresponding Secretary; Lutheran Club; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania. BEVERLY JANE GISH..............................................Elizabethtown. Pa. Elementary—A'. '. May Association for Childhood Education International; Intramural Softball: Intramural Basket ball; Junior Class Treasurer; Senior Class Treasurer; Women's Community Association, Treasurer and President; Evangelical United Brethren Club; Touchstone. WILLIAM T. GIVEN............................................Honey Brook, Pa. Industrial Arts May Industrial Arts Society: Band: Student Education Association of Pennsylvania; Rod and (bin Club. MARY E. GOCHENAUR.....................................................l-ancastcr. Pa. Secondary: Major English: Minor Latin May Hockey; Women’s A'ar»ii Club, Treasurer. A'icc-Presidrni; Chccrlcading, Co-Captain; English Club; Delta Phi Etu, Treasurer; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania; Senior Class Secretary; Homecoming Queen of 1957; Hockey Team. Co-Captain. 29EDWARD J. GRAHAM............................................Upper Darby, Pa. Industrial Arts: Major Wood; Minor—Social Studies May In lu•trial Art' Society; Wrotling, Captain. Team Student Coach; Mens Varsity Club; Senior C1a» Vice-President. JOHN A. CREEK..........................................Columbia, Pa. Secondary: Major Social Studies; Minor English August GWENDOLYN M. GROFF...........................................Lit it . Pu. Elementary May Student Education ociation of Pennsylvania; Women' Day Student - oeiaiion. DORIS PAUL GRUBB.................................................MUIcrsville, Pa. Elementary May Student Education Association of Pennsylvania. ROBERT G. GUNZENHAUSER.............................Millcwvllle, Pa. Elementary May Foot ball; DcMolay Club, President; Student Edurution Association of Pennsylvania. ROBERT E. CWINNER..............................................Folsom. Pa. Secondary; Major Social Studies; Minor deografih) January Inter Vanity Ghrlrtian Fellowship; Student Chrialian Association: Intercollegiate Conference of Government; Men’s Community $orUtinn. VIRGINIA J. HA BECKER............................................Columbia. I a. Elementary K. P. May Citamard; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania. GEORGE R. HAINLEY...................................................Lancaster. Pa. Secondary; Major Social Studies; Minor Hiological Science May Football. IRIS KATHLEEN HAU............................................Litiu. Pa. Elementary »y Hockey; Basketball; Women’ Varsity Club: Association for Childhood Education International. DAVID R. IIAMME...............................................York. Pa. Secondary; Mayor Mathematics; Minor Physical Science May BARBARA RUTH HANKEY............................................Ccttyabur . Pa. Elementary —Intermediate May Student Education Association of Pennsylvania; I tiler-Vanity Chri-iian Fellowship Secretary. PICHARD C. HAKCLERODE......................................Unca ter. Pa. Industrial Arts; Major Metal; Minor Drawing May Industrial Art Society. 30FRANK BLAINE MARKER, JR....................................Lawrenecville. N. J. Secondary: Major—English; Minor—Guidance January Rod and Gun Club; Hand; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania; Phi Sigma I i; Theater Arts Club; Snapper; English Club. EDITH !.. HARMAN......................................................Halifax. Pa. Secondary; Major Social Studio: Minor Geography May Student Education Association of Pennsylvania; Mu Kappa Mu; Lutheran Student Association. Vice-President: S« ial Studies Club. Vice-President: Basketball; Hockey: Women's Athletic Association; Intramural Committee; Touchstone Co-Editor; Intramural Softball; Della Pin Eta. DOROTHY JEAN HARTMAN . . . New Cumberland. Pa. Elementary January Dolphin Club. Historian: Women's Athletic Association: Touchstone. A........ration for Childhood Education International: Lutheran Student Association; Delta Phi Eta. JOHN P. HARVEY.................................................Longhorn Pa. Secondary ; Motor Social Studies; Minor English May English Club; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania. JOYCE C. HAURY....................................................Pollttown. Pa. Elementary K. ’. January Choir; C.itamard; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania. WILLIAM A. HERMAN..................................................Stcelton. Pu. Secondary; Major Social Studies. Minor Guidance August Koolbjll; Basketball. ROBERT A. HERON....................................................Hultwood. Pa. Elementary May A|en’s Coiniiiiinity Avs,«riaiion; Alpha Phi Omega; Rod and Cun Club. BARBARA J. HF.RR..................................................Lancaster. Pu. Elementary—K. ’. May Student Education Association f Pennsylvania: Women's Day Student Council; Association for Childhood Education International. CHARLES W. HINTERMYER............................................Stedton, Pa. Secondary: Motor lliofogical Science; Minor Social Studies May Koddv Scientilic Club: Intercollegiate Conference on Government: Social Studies Club. LINDA JEAN HOEEECKER . . . . . Paradise. Pa. Elementary May Association for Childhood Education International; Student Christian Association; Intramural Softball DONALD C. HOFFMANN..................................................Philadelphia. Pa. Industrial Arts: Motor Metal; Minor Drawing May Industrial Arts Society: lota I-umhda Sigma: Rod and Gun Club. ELEANOR RHOADS HOLZHAUER .... Millrmvill Pa. Elem enlary—I nterm ed iatc May Hockey; Women's Varsity Club. Secretary; Student Council; Della Phi Eta. President; Association for Childhood Education International. 31SANDRA MOHLER HOUSTON.............................................Uncutcr. Pa. Elementary K. I’. January Student Christian Association; Association of Chil lh H d Education International: Co-Chairman of Big-Little Sister Organization; Intramural Baseball; Intramural Basketball. BARBARA ANNE HOVIS Elementary— Intermediate Future Teachers of America. . Hershey. Pa. January ROBERT M. HUKILI Secondary; Major English. Art; Minor Social Studies Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship. Lancaster, Pa. January NANCY OPAL ICKES . Library Science; Minor Latin Duncannon. Pa. May Band; Alpha Beta Alpha; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania. VONNE B. IRELAND ..... Philadelphia, Pa. Elementary—K. P. January Association of ChildlH od Education International; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania. NANCY LOU JACOBS................................................East Berlin. Pa. Elementary—Intermediate Muy Future Tea client of America; Touchstone; Lutheran Club; Student Christian Association. DONALD C. JENKINS....................................................Clearfield, Pa. Elementary May Men's Community Association. President; Baseball; Football: Veterans Club; Varsity Club; Student Safety Representative. BARBARA KATHERINE JOHN...................................Lahaska, Pa. Library Science; Minor—English May Women’- Varsity Basketball; Student Christian Association; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania; Alpha Beta Alpha; Snap wr Staff; Womens Community Association. DONALD J. JOHNSON.....................................Red Lion. Pa. Secondary; Major Social Studies; Minor Ufological Science May KRISTIN N. JOHNSON..........................................Mechanicsburg, Pa. Elementary—K. P. August Student Christian Association; Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania. ROM AIN E KATIE KAUFFMAN.....................................Domsifc. Pa. Elementary— Intermediate August Alpha Beta Alpha; Lutheran Student Association; Association of Childhood Education International. CAROLYN H. KEITH..............................................New Freedom. Pa. Library Science; Minor—English May- Alpha Beta Alpha: Citamard; Young Republican Club; Future Teachers of America; Association of Childhood Education International. 32GEORCE W. KELBAUGH......................................York. Pa. Secondary; Major—Physical Science; Minor English May NANCY LOU KELLER....................................Red Lion, Pa. Elementary—K. P. May Band; Future Teacher of America; Association of Childhood Education International. FREDERICK C. KERR.....................................................Palmyra. Pa. Industrial Art January lndu-tri.il Art- Society; lota lambda Sigma; Veterans Cltth, Conimunder. PATRICIA NOLTE KERSHNER............................................latncastcr. Pa. Elementary—K. P. May Student Education Association of Pennsylvania; Association of Childhood Education International. EUGENE R. KESSLER.............................................Elizabethtown. Pa. Elementary—Intermediate January Men’ Day Student Association, Secretary; Pago Literary Society. Treasurer: Future Teachers of America; Association of Childhood Education International; Phi Sigma Pi. MARY ANN KIEFER.................................................Lancaster. Pa. Secondary; Major General Science: Minor—Biology May Roddy Scientific Society; Citnmurd; "Picnic"; “lardy Windermere's Fan”; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania. WILBUR J. KISTLER. JR.....................................West Lavra. Pa. Industrial Arts; Major—Metal August BjmJmII; Industrial Arts Society; Evangelical United Brethren Cluh; Intramural Sports. EDWARD F. KUNE...............................................York. Pa. Industrial Arts; Major—Wood; Minor—Social Studies August Industrial Arts Society; Veteran Club. JOSEPH HAMILTON KLINE...........................................York. Pa. Secondary; Major—Biological Science; Minor—Geography May Rod and Gun Club, President, Vice-President; Alpha Phi Omega, Secretary; Inter-Fraternity Couneil, Secretary ; Wrestling. ROGER KRAI.I. ...... SchacITcrstown. Pa. Secondary; Major— Geography; Minor—Social Studies May Rand; Choir; Ba-sler Geographic Society; Student Christian Association. HAROLD H. KRAMER.............................................Millcmillc.Pa. Secondary; Major Mathematics; Minor—Physical Science May Mu Kappa Mu. JOHN KUTZ...................................................Glen Lyon. Pa. Secondary; Major -Science; Minor Social Studies January Newman Club; Intramural Sports; Future Teachers of America; Fire Warden at Roddy Hall. 33JOAN MARIE LABS.....................................................Telford. Pa. Elementary—K. ', .May Association for Childhood Education International; Student Christian Association; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania. HOB LACKMEYER Industrial Iris; Major tt nod New York City, N. Y. January JOANN A. LANDIS....................................................York. Pa. Elementary K. P. August Women’s Community A ocialion: "Collegian”: Association for Childhood Education International; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania. LAWRENCE M. LARGE.......................................Leacock. Pa. Elementary —Interm ediate J a n ua ry Phi Sigma Pi; Choir. KENNETH E. LEISTER......................................................Heading. Pa. Industrial Arts August Veterans Club; Industrial Art Society: Alpha Phi Omega. Vice-President; Varsity Club; Varsity Basketball, Manager. BEVERLY S. LEU NS KI . . . Langhomc. Pa. Elementary —Intermediate Januury ''tudent Christian Association; ociation for Childhood Education International; Intramural Basketball; Cilamard: “Highground"; Intramural Softball; Newman Club; Head of Orientation Committee; Dance Committee. RICHARD S. LEVANDUSKY......................................Lancaster. Pa. Major—Industrial Arts May Industrial Arts Society. NED M. LIGHT.................................................Hcrshcy. Pa. Secondary; Major Social Studies; Minor Geography May Lutheran Student Association; Future Teacher of mcrira; Social Studies Club; Intercollegiate Conference on Government. Treasurer; Young Republican Club. President. ROY DKRSTINE LOIJX....................................................Soudcrton. Pa. Industrial Arts; Major—food August Student Christian Association. Vice-President; Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship; Industrial rt Society, Treasurer; Men’s Varsity Club; Tennis; Future Teacher of America; Men’s Community Association. Vice-President. FRED PERRY LOVE.........................................................Folcroft.Pa. Secondary; Major Social Studies: Minor English May Football; Track; Intercollegiate Conference on Government; Social Studie Club; Varsity Club; Intramural S| rts. JAMES MneCLUSKIE............................................DilJsburg, Pu. Secondary; Major General Science: Minor General Scieittc May Cltoir; Future Teachers of America: Mu Kappa Mu: Roddy Scientific Society. CARL MacFARLANE ..... Plyinouib Meeting, Pu. Industrial Arts: Major Graphic Arts: Minor Mechanical Drawing May Industrial rts Society; Sophomore Class President; Cltoir; DcMolay Club. 34ANNE BARBARA McEI.FRE.SH ... Drcxcl Hill,Pa. Elementary May Newman Club. Secretary: Intramural Bj»kclhall; Intramural Softball; Choir: Association ( r ihildhooii Education International; Hockey; Vanity Club; Religion in Life Committee; Touchstone; Dolphin Club. EI.I.KN MARIE MeGRATH.......................................Harrisburg. Pu. Secondary ; Major Social Studies; Minor- Guidance May Future Teacher of America; Student Christian Association; Social Studies Club. JOHN D. McHENRY..........................................................Berwick. Pa. Industrial Arts May lmluMri.il Art' Society; Lutheran Student Association; Student Christian Association; Future Teachers of America: Rod and Gun Club; Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship; lota Lambda Sigma. KAREN ELY McHENRY . ... York.Pa. Elementary—K. P. AagtUt Lutheran Student Association. Secretary ; Student Christian Association; Xenophilr Society; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania; Association for Childhood Education International. MARILYN ADELE McMANUS.................................................Ardmore. Pa. Elementary—K. P. May Hockey; Basketball; Newman (Hub; Welfare; Dolphin Club, Secretary. Treasurer; Association for Childhood Education International; Citanurd; Intramural Basket-lull; Varsity Club; Intramural Baseball; Delta Phi Eta. RONALD N. MABLE......................................................Columbia. Pa. Secondary ; Major Hiologiral Science; Minor Social Studies May Ruddy .Scientific Society. MARIE A. E. MADI......................................................llalboro.Pa. Elementary August Association for Childhood Education International. President, Vice-President; Future Teacher of America: Student Education Association of Pennsylvania; Newman Club; Citainard. JOYCE ROBERTS MAGEE.................................................Newtown. Pa. Elementary- -K. P. January Future Teachers of America; Association for Childhood Education International; Student Christian Association. STELLA MAHAN.........................................................Cheyncy.P . Secondary; Major Library Education; Minor Geography May PETER C. MAHONEY...............................................Millcrsville, Pa. Secondary; Major Social Studies; Minor Geography January Social Studies Club; Page Literary Society, President; WreMling; Student Council. ELTON BOYER MARTIN.................................................Fairfield. Pa. Secondary; Major Mathematics: Minor—Geography May Math Club; Baseball Manager: Football Manager; Basslrr Geographic Club, Vice-President; Student Council; Theater Arts Society: Intramural Basketball; Intramural Softball: Men’s Varsity Club. CHARLES F. MAURER........................................West Lawn. Pa. Industrial Arts; .Major—Wood May Industrial Arts Society; Newman Club; Intramural Sport. . 35MICHAEL MAVRIDES Secondary; Major Business Education; Minor Social Studies January JOSEPH STROHMAN MEILY....................................Lrhanon. Pa. Elementary May Intramural Sport ; Future Teacher ol America. MARILYN JEAN MELLOTT................................................Everett, Pa. Library Science; Minor—English May Alpha Bela Apha. Vice-President. National President; Student Christian Association; Student Education Association ol Pennsylvania; Touchstone; Welfare; Student Council; Student Services. Secretary; Snapper. MARION BERNICE MERRION.............................................Ephrata. Pa. Elementary—K. P. May Dolphin Club; Association for Childhood Education International; Future Teachers of America; Intramural Sports. PATRICIA B. MEYER..................................................Devon. Pa. Elementary August Women’ Community Association; Association for Childhood Education International. ELMER G. MILLER. JR..........................................Elizabethtown. Pa. Elementary—Intermediate January Bass-ball; Varsity Club. FLORENCE JEAN MILLER.........................................FJourtown.Pa. Secondary; Major Social Studies; Minor English May Head Majorette; Assembly Committee; Citamard: “Picnic"; Intramural Softball; Social Studio Club; Newman Club. JOAN M. MILLER...................................................Uncaslrr. Pa. Elementary—K. P. May Xcnophile Society; Intramural Basketball; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania; Association for Childhood Education International. MARGARET JANE MILLER..........................................Erdenheim. Pa. Elementary January Citamard; Delta Phi Eta. •RALPH W. MILLER. JR..................................................Ardmore. Pa. Industrial Arts May- Rod and Gun Club; Industrial Arts Society; lota Lambda Sigma, President; Sophomore Class, Vice-President. RICHARD C. MOHRF.Y.............................................Egypt, Pa. Industrial Arts; Major—Meta! May- Rod and Cun Club; Men's Varsity Club; lndu-tri.il Arts Society; Football; Track. CLAUDIA F. MOORE....................................................Altoona. Pa. Library Science; Minor- Social Studies January Alpha Beta Alpha. 36ELIZABETH S. MORAN............................................Philadelphia. Pa. Elementary—K. P, May Association (or Childhood Education International. Vice-President. Secretary: Touchstone, Senior Section Editor. MARY LOUISE MOUL................................................Hampton. Pa. Secondary; Major Social Studies; Minor-Geography January' Citomard; Future Teachers of America; Intercollegiate Conference on Government. Treasurer; Opus. PHYLLIS ELAINE MOYER.............................................York. Pa. Elementary—K. P. January A'MK'iation for Childhood Education International; Choir; Student Christian Association, Publicity Chuimian; Welfare; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania. ELEANOR MUSCARELLI.....................................Hanover, Pa. Secondary; Major Social Studies; Minor—Geography May Newman Club. Treasurer; Intramural Sports. BARBARA ANN MUSSELMAN .... New Holland. Pa. Elementary—K. P. May Cheerlcading, Co-captain: Future Teachers of America; Dolphin Club; Association for Childhood Education International; Student Council Welfare. GWENDOLYN R. MUSSELMAN.........................................Telford,Pa. Elementary—K. P, May Association for Childhood Education International; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania; Student Christian Association; Basketball. JOHN A. MYERS. JR.............................................Lewi»burg. Pa. Industrial Arts May Future Teachers of America: Student Christian Association; Industrial Arts Society; Varsity Club. PHYLLIS MYERS..................................................Bethlehem. Pa. Elementary—K. P. May Dolphin Club, Treasurer, Vice-President; Student Council; Future Teacher of America. ROBERT LEON MYERS.............................................Bareville, Pa. Secondary; Major- Physical Science; Minor—Mathematics May SHIRLEY ANN MYERS..................................................Marietta. Pa. Elementary—K. P. May Varsity Field Hockey; Women’s Varsity Club; Touchstone, Co-Editor; Future Teachers of America; Student Education of Pennsylvania; Student Christian Association; Delta Phi Eta: Association for Childhood Education International; Women’s Day Student Council, Secretary. GRACES. NORMAN ...... Glenside,Pa. Elementary—K. P. January Dolphin Club; Association for Childhood Education International; Choir; Women's Community Association; Touchstone, Typist. BENJAMIN F. OLENA, JR...........................................Hewbey.Pa. Industrial Arts; Minor—Social Studies May Citamard; Clmir, President; Phi Sigma Pi. Secretary; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania; Social Studies Club; Industrial Arts Society; Student Christian Association. 37RUSSELL PAIKO................................................Si. Clair, Pa. Elementary Intermediate May Phi Sigma Pi; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania; Association (nr Childhood Education International; Veteran Club; Summer Activities Committee; Dining Committee. PAULINE FAY PANNEBECKER...........................................Denver. Pa. Elementary Intermediate May Student Education Association o( Pennsylvania; Student Christian Association; Lutheran Club; Association (or Childhood Education International. SAMUEL M. PAONE................................................Lancaster. Pa. Secondary; Major Social Studies; Minor—Geography August Newman Club; Men's Day Student Association. President; Intramural Basketball. RONALD A. PETTICOFFF.R...........................................Perkasie.Pa. Secondary; Major Mathematics; Minor Physical Science May Men' Day Student Association. Representative-al-Larue, Treasurer; Mu Kappa Mu; Roddy Scientific Society. EARL JAMES PICK El..................................................Cap. Pa. Secondary; Major English; Minor Biological Science May Band, Librarian; Choir; Engli-h Club; Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship; Future Teachers of America. GEORCINE R. PIEPER.............................................Havertown. Pa. Elementary May Choir; Xenophilr Club; Association (or Childhood Education International; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania; Delta Phi F.ta. JENNIE PIERCE.................................................Lebanon.Pa. Elementary— Intermediate May Dolphin Club; Della Phi Eta; Welfare; Student Christian Association; Hockey: "Brigadoon”. STEPHEN M. PINKO.........................................New Cumberland. Pa. Secondary; Major Social Studies; Minor English May HARRY PLATTS......................................................York. Pa. Elem en tary— Intermediate M ay Veterans Club; Intramural Basketball; Intramural .Softball. MARY VERA PROWELI............................................ York. Pa. Elementary—K. P. May Association for Childhood Education International; Student Christian Association; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania. RITA ELAINE QUICKLE Library Science; Minor English Columbia. Pa. May Choir; Dolphin Club; Alpha Ret a Alpha. Secretary; English Club. BERNICE L. RAUCH.............................................; Kells. Pa. Secondary; Major—German; Minor French August Student Christian Association; Future Teacher of America; Xeuopbile Society, Secretary. 38— JAMES L. REES Secondary; Major English; Minor Social Studies Snapper, Photographer; English Club. Millefsvillr. Pa. January LEE W. REESE Secondary; Major Social Studies; Minor Cuidancr . Ephrata, Pa. January SUE E. REINECKE Elementary— K. P. Woodbine, Pa. May Band; Asocial ion (or Childhood Education International, Publicity Co-Chairman: Sludrnl Christian Association; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania. JOSEPH E. RENZ...............................................Philadelphia, Pa. Industrial Arts; Major— Metal; Minor Drawing January Veteran Club. Vice-(a)mmander; Newman Club; Industrial Artt Society; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania; Men’ Community Association. ANN RICHARDSON...........................................Bryn Mawr. Pa. Elementary—K. P. January Dolphin ('.lull. REGINALD L RIFE............................................Hanover. Pa. Secondary : Major Mathematics; Minor Physical Science May Basketball. Co-Captain; Men’ Var ity Club. Secretary’: Intramural Softball; Intramural Basketball Referee. GWENDOLYN DAWN RINEHART .... Spring Grove, Pa. Elementary K. P. January Choir; Student Christian -socialion. Secretary; Association for Childhood Education International. WILLIAM C. ROBERTS.......................................................Chester. Pa. InduMrial Arts; Major Wood May Track Tram; Rod and Cun Club: Industrial Art Society. DOROTHY SIMMERS ROHR BAUGH . l-mcaster. Pa. Elementary K. P. May Women’s Day Student Association. RUDY I). ROSENBERGER . Souderton, Pa. Industrial Arts; Minor Safety Education May Football: Newman Club. President: Intramural Committee; Industrial Arts Society. JANE EVANS RO.SENBERRN........................................Ambler. Pa. Elementary May Intramural Basketball; Intramural Softball; Association for Childhood Education International; Welfare; Dolphin Club. Secretary; Bin-Little Sister. Co-Chairman: Student Guide. DANIEL II. ROSER................................................York. Pa. Secondary: Major Social Studies: Minor Physical Science May Veteran Club. 39JOSEPHINE S. ROYE........................................Columbia. Pa. Library Science; Minor—English May Alpha Brli Alpha; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania; English Cluh. RUTH LOUISE RUNKLE..........................................Harrisburg,Pa. Library Science; Minor -English May Snapper, Feature Editor; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania, Treasurer; Hockey; Cllnniard; Touchstone; Alpha Beta Alpha; Mu Kappa Mu; Lutheran Student Association; Student Christian Association. CARL J. RUPP ....... Lancaster, Pa. Elementary—Intermediate May CHARLES T. RUSSELL...........................................Bloomsburg. Pa. Secondary; Mo for -Orography; Minor -Social Studies January' Social Studies Club; Boeder Geographic Society; Band; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania; Lutheran Student Association; Men’s Community Association; Xenophile Society: .Normal Literary Society. THOMAS J. RUSSO.............................................Hat boro. Pa. Secondary; Major Orography; Minor Social Studies May Football; Basketball; Men's Vanity Club; Bossier Geographic Society, President. Secretary; Newman Club; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania; Social Studies Club. Representative at 1-argr. DOLORES M. SANDS ...... Norristown. Pa. Elementary May Newman Club; Association for Childhood Education International; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania. ELIZABETH TAYLOR SCHEICII .... Lancaster, Pa. Secondary; Major—Mathematics; Minor- English May Student Education Association of Pennsylvania: Mu Kappa Mu, President; Lutheran Student Association; Touchstone, Club Editor; Delta Phi Eta. GAIL YVONNE SCHLOTT . . . Ephrata, Pa. Elementary—K. V. May Student Education Association of Pennsylvania: Association for Childhood Education International; Student Christian Association. CLYDE J. SCHUE...........................................................Hanover. Pa. Industrial Arts January Alpha Phi Omega: Rifle Club; Industrial Arts Society; Band. ELORA A. SEITZ ...... Hummel-town. Pa. Secondary; Major—English; Minor—Mathematics January Choir; Student Education Association ol Pennsylvania; Mu Kappa Mu; Band. EILEEN A. SHANNON................................................Lebanon. Pa. Elementary—K. P. May Lutheran Student Association; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania; Association for Childhood Education International; Touchstone, GERALD L. SHICKART......................................Washington Boro. Pa. Secondary; Major -Social Studies; Minor—English May Baseball.MRS. JUDITH A. SHOBER .... Denver. Pa. Elementary—Intermediate January Hockey; Intramural Softball; Intramural Basketball: Women's Varsity Club, President. HELEN MARIE SHOFF ... . Millmvillc. Pa. Elementary May Student Education Association of Pennsylvania. RICHARD SHROYER.................................................Altoona.Pa. Industrial Arts; Major—Wood January Industrial Arts Society; Newman Club. ROBERT 0. SHULER........................................................Enola.Po. Industrial Arts August ImliMri.il Arts Society; Football; Men’s Varsity Club. JERRY C. SHUPP........................................................Mt. Joy,Pa. Elementary —Intermediate May Association for Childhood Education International. President; Intramural Basketball; Student Christian Association. DOROTHY JEAN SIMMONS.............................................I-ancaster, Pa. Secondary; Major English; Minor French May Engli-ii dob; Women'• Day Student Association Council; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania: Assembly Program Committee. LAMAR GEORGE SIPE.................................................Liiitz,Pa. Secondary; Major Social Studies; Minor Geography August Men’s Day Student Xssocialion. Executive Committee: Student Council; Baseball; Band; Orchestra; Intramural Basketball. JAMES II. SMITH....................................................York. Pa. Industrial Arts; Major Electric; Minor Safety Education May Student Education Association of Pennsylvania; Industrial Arts Society; Industrial Arts Association of Pennsylvania. JO ANNE LOUISE SMITH..............................................East Berlin. Pa. Elementary May Student Christian Association; Touchstone; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania; Lutheran Student Association. MARY LOUISE SMITH................................................Upper Darby. Pa. Elementary May Student Education Association of Pennsylvania; Association for Childhood Education International; Snapper, Art Editor. SUZANNE N. SNOOK...................................................Middletown. Pa. Elementary -K. P. May Band; Head Majorette; Student Christian Association: Association for Childhood Education International. LARRY C. SNYDER...........................................York. Pa. Secondary; Major—Mathematics; Minor—Physical Science May- Band; Mu Kappa Mu. 41JOHN G. SP1ESE......................................................Columbia, Pa. Secondary; Major Social Si tidies: Minor English May Opuii; Intercollegiate Conference on Government; Student Council, Treasurer, President; English Club; Social Studies Club; Student Service Incorporated. HENRY B. SPRENKLE..............................................Red Lion. Pa. Industrial Art : Major—Wood May Industrial Art Society; American Industrial »t Association. MELVIN L. STAIII....................................................Newport. Pa. Secondary: Major General Science: Minor Physical Science May Rod ami Cun Club; Roddy Scientific Society. MRS. MARGARET I. STAMBAl'GH Elementary Spring Grove, Pa. May DONALD E. STAUFFER.....................................I jncaMer. Pa. Secondary: Major Mathematics: Minor Geography January Football: Trail;; Men’s Day Student Association. President; Men' Varsity Club. PAULS. STEFFY....................................................Lancaster. Po. Secondary: Major Social Studies and General Science May Student Education Association of Pennsylvania: Social Studies Club. GEORGE W. STEVENSON...............................................Factoryville, Pa. Industrial Arts: Major Wood January Industrial Art Society. EDWIN H. STOCKHAM.................................New Oxford, Pa. Elementary May Track: Men's Varsity Club; Bailer Geographic Society; Rod and Gun Club. CAROLE RUTH STOLL ..... Southampton, Pa. Secondary; Major English: Minor Social Studies May Cilamard; Intercollegiate Conference on Government. Secretary; English Club, Vice-President. ROBERT I). STONER............................................... lamcanter. Pa. Industrial Arts .May D.Molay Club; ll.i k.tl .dl. Manager. P. STANLEY STOUT.................................................Utitz. Pa. Secondary; Major History: Minor Social Studies May Men' Var ily Club; Tennis. Captain; Rand; Intercollegiate Conference on Government; Assembly Committee; Student Council; Social Studies Club; Student Education »«oriation of Penn»ylvaniu; Intramural Basketball; Football Manager; Phi Sigma Pi; Touchstone; Orientation Committee. GARY STUDY........................................................Hanover. Pa. Secondary: Ma or Social Studies; Minor Geography May Varsity Basketball; Bossier Geographic Soriety; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania. 42ELEANOR TAYLOR......................................Hunlin(don Valley. Pa. Elementary Intermediate May Gurnard: Dolphin Club: Choir; Hockey; Women Varsity Club; “Brigadoon”; “Finkin' Rainbow". GORDON D. TAYLOR......................................................Montrose. Pa. Industrial Arts; Major K ood and Electricity May Industrial Art Society, President: l»ta l-imbda Sixmo, Vice-President. DONNA THEfS.............................................................Winner. Pa. Elemrn tart—In term ediale May Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship; Women’s Day Student Association; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania. DONALD F. THOMAS....................................................MinertvUle. Pa. Industrial Arts; Major Grayihic Arts; Minor Mechanical Pruning May Theatre Arts Club; Industrial Arts Society: Men's Community Association: Intramural Basketball; Student Christian Association: Student Education Association of Pennsylvania: Pennsylvania Industrial Arts Society; Intramural Softball. THELMA ANN THOMAS....................................................Annville.Pa. Elementary May Hockey; Women’s Varsity Club; Association for Childhood Education International. Treasurer; Evangelical United Brethren Club; Touchstone. SUSAN JANE THRONE ................................................York. Pa. Elementary January Association for Childhood Education International. DONALD R. TRACY Secondary; Major English and Social Studies January Fre hman (Jaw. Treasurer; Sophomore Class. Treasurer; Opu . BARBARA ELLEN VARNEY................................................Ardmore. Pa. Elementary -K.P. May Hockey; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania: Student Christian Association. SHIRLEY ELAINE WADSWORTH .... Phnenixvillr. Pa. Elementary—K.P. January Student Education Association of Pennsylvania; Student Christian Association: Association for Childhood Education International: Orican. R. EDWARD WARDEN..........................................Elizabethtown. Pa. Elementary May Rav-lull; Men’s Varsity Club; Men's Community Association: Student Christian Association: Student Council; Association for Childhood Education International; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania; Intramural Basketball; Intramural S.(ih.ill. LOIS C. WATSON ...... lamcaster. Pa. Elementary May Newman Club; Band; Women’s Day Student Association Council. KENNETH L. WEAVER..................................................Ephrata. Pa. Secondary ; Major Physical Science; Minor Mathematics May 43 K. BRUCE WEAVER............................................................Lititx. Pa. Secondary; Major Social Studies; Minor Biological Science January THEODORE WEITZEl............................................Uncaster. Pa. Secondary; .Major GeneraI Science; Minor I’hysical Science May Choir: "Finian’s Raint ow' ; bBrigadoon”; Touchstone; Citamard. GLADYS M. WENTUNG..............................................Lancaster, Pa. Elementary May Student Education Association of Pennsylvania; Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship; Women’ Day Student Association; Rami. ROBERT W. WENTZEI...............................................Uncaster. Pa. Secondary; Major—Geography ; .Minor Social Studies May Basketball; Choir; Men’s Varsity Club; Basslcr Geographic Society. GLENN L. WHITE.............................................llununclatown. Pa. Secondary; Major Mathematics; Minor—English January Football; Choir; Snat j rr; Men’ Varsity Club; Page Literary Society. R. ANNETTE WHITMAN............................................Middletown. Pa. Elementary January Student Education Association of Pennsylvania, President; Women’s Community Association, Council Secretary; Citamard; Student Christian Association; Association for Childhood Education International; Choir; Intramural Basketball; Lutheran Student Association. EDWARD R. WILLIAMS............................................Pine Grove. Pa. Elementary May MEARL D. WILLIAMS...................................................York. Pa. Elementary—Intermediate May- Rod and Gun Club; Sludrnt Education Association of Pennsylvania; Intramural Basketball; Intramural Softball. SALLY A. WILLIAMS ...... Pine Grove, Pa. Secondary; Major Mathematics; Minor I’hysical Science May •Student Education Association of Pennsylvania; Mu Kappa Mu. Vice-President; Roddy Scientific Society; Page Literary Society. SYLVESTER LEE WILLIAMS.........................................Norristown, Pa. Elementary August Football; Basketball. HENSEL STANLEY WILLS...........................................Uncasler.Pa. Secondary; Major Social Studies; Minor Guidance • Student Council: Men’s Community Association. Treasurer; Wrestling; Basslcr Geographic Society: Baseball; Junior Class, Vice-President; Veteran Club, President. JUDITH F.. WISLER...............................................Norristown. Pa. Secondary ; Major—Social Studies; Minor—English May Women’s Basketball. Co-Captain; Student Christian Association; Snapper. Editor; Touchstone; Freshman Cla . Secretary: Sophomore Class, Secretary'; Intramural -Softball; Women's Varsity Club. President.GLORIA ANN WOLFE ...... Lebanon. Pa. Elementary- - K, P. May Student Christian A» ocutipn; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania; Association for Childhood Education International. WILLIAM E. WOLCAMUTH, JR.......................................York. Pa. Secondary; Major—Social Studies; Minor- Physical Science May Citamard; Intercollegiate (inference on Covemment, Cluiiman; Social Studies Club. ELLA ROSE WORRELL ..... Cochranville. Pa. Library Science; Minor—History May Student Christian Association: Citamard; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania; Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship: Alpha Beta Alpha; Intercollegiate Conference on Government. PHILIP D. WYNN................................................Spring City. Pa. Industrial Arts; Major Graphic Arts. ITood May Industrial Arts Society; Choir: Phi Sigma Pi; Iota Lambda Sigma; Citamard; Junior Class. President; "FinianV Rainbow"; "Brigadoon". MARY LOUISE YEAGER ..... Ilummelstown. Pa. Elementary May Dolphin Club. Treasurer, President: Hockey. Manager; Basketball. Manager: Women's Varsity Club: Association for Childhood Education International; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania; Delta Phi Eta; Student Christian Association; Women' Community Association. CLARENCE E. YINGST Elementary -Intermediate IJtitz. Pa. May MARY LOUISE VODER....................................................New Holland. Pa. Elementary May Student Christian Association; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania: Association for Childhood Education Inleni.itinn.il; Enter-Vanity Christian Fellowship. JACQUELINE R. ELLERS . . . Wiooniseo. Pa. Elementary—K. P. May Band; Association (or Childhood Education International; Student Christian Association. LENORE N. ZIMMERL1NG .... Lafayette Hill. Pa. Elementary —Intermediate and K. P. January Opus; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania; Inter-Vanity Christian Fellowship: Association for Childhood Education International, DONALD K. ZOOK ...... lamcaMrr, Pa. Secondary; Major Social Studies; Minor Guidance January Veterans Club, Sergeant at Anna; Cilumard; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania. JANUARY CONST A N Tl N E CHESTON BURN ELI. EHKHART CHARLES I. HARTMAN LOIS P. KERSMNER SHERMAN McCLURE ELIZABETH OREN THOMAS PECK DOROTHY H. PICKET GRADUATES NOT PICTURED KATHERINE PETTENGER JAMES STANFIELD LOIS STI Ml LOWELL R. WITHERS NEVIN WOLF MAY HENRY BELL JOHN BRANT DONALD K. DEPPELLER II VROLI) FOI.LETT ALAN I). HUSBAND GARDNER MEISENH ELDER LILLIAN M. MIR.MAK RICHARD RINEER GLORIA M. TOMLINSON FRANCIS WETZI.ER AUGUST DONALD R. ESHELMAN El.WOOD FAKE BERNICE HARTMAN RONALD LEECH MYLES LLOYD DONALD C. POWERS ROBERT CL RESCH JOHN F. SHELLING WARREN E. STEELE RONALD WII.FONG 45Good allot I Frank Marker wn again. What arc you looking at?An Outstanding Honor • • • WHO’S WHO Who’s Who al Millersville. llic honor roll of senior added 13 names to its list this year. Entrance into the organization is based upon scholarship service, constructive participation in activities and contributions to student government on campus. This year, to compile a list of nominees a letter was sent to all department heads, administrative and underclass members of the student council. Out of 12 answers to the letters there were If! nominees, some names appearing on more than one letter. The nominations were then resubmitted to all original parties for a numerical preference, f inal tabulations were made by Dean Brcidenstinc. Dr. William Duncan. Mr. Charles Kent and junior members of student council. The 13 seniors whose pictures appear on these three pages are the final selections of the committee. MARY ELLEN AMOLE Elementary Hirclaboro, I'a. EDWIN J. HEARER Industrial Art Carrolltown, Pn, PATRICIA . DEAN Elementary II a vert own. Pa.Bestowed Upon . . . Who’s Who CHRISTINE EURICH Elementary Lonsdale, Pa. BEVERLY JANE CISH Elementary Elizabethtown. Pa. MARY E. COCHENAUR Secondary Lancaster, Pa. EDITH I.. HARMAN Secondary Halifax. Pa. JOHN G. SPIESE Secondary Columbia, Pn. 48A Chosen Few Who’s Who P. STANLEY STOUT Secondary I.nil . Pa. R. ANNETTE WHITMAN Elementary Middletown, Pa. JUDITH E. WISLER Secondary' Norristown. Pa. WILLIAM E. WOLCAMl TH. JR. Secondary York. Pa. PHILIP I). WYNN InduMrial Art Spring City. Pa. 49“Scholarship, tliy first great aim, Proudly still uphold thy name." UNDERCLASSiYlENLeft in Ripht—Sian Deen, president; Kil Gallagher, vice-president; Nancy Exhclnmn, historian: Judith Stott, treasurer: Jane Cairns, Student Council representative; Mr. I tiller, class adviser: I • Stephany Rcttcrmnmi, secretary. juniors Phylli' Weher ask : “Dots this match my eyes?" It was quite apparent that the junior class returned with the purpose of making this a red-letter year in its history. Dances were planned throughout the year us well as the showing of top-flight movies. A growing maturity was evidenced in the teamwork exhibited by class members on the various projects trusted to them. And time was l»ccoming a vital factor in the life of each junior.LIBRARY SCIENCE Front Row, Left to Right: Margaret Zook, IVckla Collier, Janet Cooper. Judy Driaen, Nancy K-helman. Srcond Row: Marie Wetxel. Su.ie Arlington. Jean Stradtman. Ruth Doulrich. Tiiuu. Row: Nancy Riglin. Cynthia Clayton. Nancy Cunningham. Jtutinc Fatula. SECONDARY FRONT Row. I.r t to Right: Faye Kline. Carolyn Cramer. Jeanne Le-le er. Betty Bradley. Second Row: lU-tty Kauffman. Lee Moore, Carol Moore, Stan Dcen. Stephan) Beltermann. Third Row: Ron Crayhill, Darrell Clepper, Ed Gallagher, SECONDARY Front Row. Left to Right Mildred Plowman. Kathy Sinko ieh. Mary Yarnall. Kli ahelh Vanover. ScConu Row: Paul Wolfgang. Richard Zook. Dwight Mostoller, John Talliott. Third Row: Iaike Scipioni. Royce Walter . Ronald Grove, l,e»ter Grow . ELEMENTARY Front Row. I.eh to Right: Dori Groff. Patty Hughe . Adrienne Quinn, Phylli- Dodlr. Judy Stott SECONO Row: Ann Torn . Phylli- Weber. Karen Ely. Janet Creiger. Tllino Row: Marion Power , Dorothy Grjter. Susan Joncu.ELEMENTARY Front Row, l.rft to Right: Marilyn Schilling, Martha Miller, Phyllis Roh-rer, Irene McCulloch, Audrey Burn-, E-la Fttxnachl. Second Row: Sue Parry, Ray Suiiili. Ruth Zeiglor, Joan Puts, Bob Noll. Tiiiko Row: Ralph Smith, John Evans Jim Weeks, Ed llirata. ELEMENTARY Fkom Row. Left to Right: Marion Fasshaucr, Pat Lee. Ruth Kauffmun. Donna I Lurie. Marjorie Scott. Second Row: Tony Mioli, Gail Shultz. Nancy Oxbow. Jjne Cairn-. Shirley Bath. Tiiiko Rbw: Pauline Spangler. Boh Crago. John Iz ng. Annette Pfizer. Sally Ann Young. ELEMENTARY Front Row, l.rjt to Right: Ixuraine Barth. Linda Hellcrinan, Michaeline Sanluniello, Jo Graham, Charlotte Nut-tall, Sally Moran. Dorothy Malsingcr. Second Row: Beverly Van Zan«lt. Carol Fleming, Lynda Sehmutzler, Gail Hartley, W'cppy Washington, Helen KJing, I mrtta Adams. Third Row: Fay Ober, Nancy Barthold. Barbara Erwin, Gerard Attig, Darryl Martin, Carlton Hoffer. 54INDUSTRIAL ARTS Front Row. l.rfi to Hi pit i: Tom Wolf-cnden. Francis Folk. Herb SeboenJy, Hob Hukewski. Hill Bankcrl. Ronald Schlaybach. Calm Loher. Second Row: Nevin Frantz, Jay Sinink, Ronald Royer. Dale Hurd. Harvey Hoover. Joe Savage. Tlitiui Row: Karl Gcttlr, Wade lle.itb. I’aul Haker. Dick Harvey, John Stauffer. SKCONDARY FkoNT Row. Left to Right: Bernice Rauch. Elizabeth Tlwntpson, Diane Runipullu, Hetty Tltoinp-son. Jane Myers. Second Row • Joanne Stump. Ncdra Grim, Allen Scli-int . James Eplcr. Karl Kenepp. Third Row : Charles Lynch. Bill Kralowctz. Daryl Fair. Dale Disaingcr. ELEMENTARY Front Row, Left to Right: Marie du-Hadway. Carolyn tjuinn, Nina I’elticol-ler. Charlene Peters. Second Row: Christine Jones. Ileltie IVler . M. Jane Myers, l irettj Libricz, Nancy Wei-herer. Tiiikd Row: Janetta Lee. France Keefer. Beverly lrcmlulh. Beatrice Boyd, Betty Ann Cilliert.A Time to Dance Dr. Fl«tt) greet in a junior auo.M, Mary Voder. “And I In- hand played on "I' l!ii» I In one I -Inudd wear?” The Junior Prom Dance theme: “Stairway lo the Stars.” 56A Time to Relax Another iiullctin hoard addition. Another doer, Steve? Micio modern Robin Hood. Imping she' ready! Joe Tate bn mw lii» date. Somebody needs English 13. 57S»:vrw : Left to Right Marion Callagher, trea-.surer: Ronald Cirni.rlla, president: l.inda n drrwni, historian. St,v,nui, c: Noniuin Fogel. Student tounei! representative: ljaii- - Patton. Student Council representative. Mwnl when ui»• wa» taken. Richard Sliaoflfer. vise-president; Catharine Hill, secretary. Sophomores Blank' i» arc a |irc-ri |ui-ii'- for auiuinn liayridi• . Sophomores returning l«» Marauder-land, first semester, realized a change had taken place. The) were one more rim ; up the Inddci which meant added responsibilities. By second semester the Class of 7)0 hud organized for its April Prom. The work was well worth the long hours spent in planning, Iml the success of the Prom was quite obvious. Time for a trim. Tony?ELEMENTARY Fnovr Row. I.rft to Right: Jeannette Lehman. Elaine Jy ailergand. Barbara B-ihlori, Carole Biddle. Pam Conrad. Joan Noble. Suomi Row: Catherine liandoe. Amir F.a«lburn. Barbara Burbank. Carolyn Burl .mk. Linda Huav Til tun Row: Su .in Becker. Mikl F.rk lcin. |.»kiel Brinlon. Jeannette Dombarb. SECONDARY From Row. .eft to Right: Mar) Ann Neyhart, I'ri-i ilia Brown. Marian William . Pat Carry, Cert rude Wallaee. Skoomi Row: Sue KlinedinM. na«i.i ia Nikullwu, Jim White. Ken Mele. Timm Row. I .irry Killian, Bill a«ylyk. Joe Moyer. John Steinemunn. John Pete. LIBRARY SCIENCE Front Row, l.r t to Right: Dori- Reitenbaujih, Sydney Staye-myer, Ruth Gilbert. I’al Hoover, Pat Barber. Sixomi Row: Judy Cri»t, Terry FcrguHon, Fltylli Halm. France Quinn. I'litltir Row: Joyce Sliipton. Donna Patterson, Saul WeinMrin, Maty Ann Nixon. I’bylli Deline. INDUSTRIAL ARTS Fkoxt Row. Left to Right: Dunn Parker. John Wanner. Walt Hunlry, Bob Miller. Sta om Bow : Cary Jenerellr. Ken AVearne, Don riglcr. Jim l.ammey, Edgar Royer. Tniiin Row: Jack Shaw. Sain ShalnJj, Jim Bishop, John Mann. Omni Petntska.ELEMENTARY Front Row, .«■ to Night: Margaret Mcnlzer, Dot-li«- l»K4ii, Shirley Gartner. Jeanninc Jobe, Jane Hare, Norma Ceder. Second Row: Kay llaujs. Wilma McCleary, Kathy Hill. Alice Ann Long. Donna Knisely. Patricia Lee. Til Din Row: Nancy Laf-ferty, Roberta Meyer, Judith Lau. Sara Hardman. ELEMENTARY Front Row. l.ejt to Night: Dawn llufford. June Stellcr. Pauline Wentiel, Mary Anne Malhiot. Suzanne Steyner. Ida I.ou Herr. Secono Row: Carolyn Rudi-ill. Pat Simcs, Anne Kimnierle. Patricia McCoy. Louiae Patton. Mary O'Brien. TlUno Row: Grace Senscnig. Eva Stetter. Connie Ycagley, Mae Paul. Carolyn Tomlinson. Julia Stchman. SECONDARY Front Row. .e r to Night: Ken lies , Elaine Ko-zura. Linda Andrrwn. Christine Kern. J Knotwell. Torn Hollingsworth. Second Row: John Stohler, Cordon Miller. Lewis Jury. Dick Haim. Ralph Day-wall. Paul Boll . Third Row: Taylor Lamborn, Leslie Kulp, Robert Corradino. Edwin Myers. Robert Kop| rhelc. Tom Klinger, Bob lairen . 60 ELEMENTARY Front Row. Left to Right: Roberta Scott, Carole Strobnietz, Bct.«) Sipe, Barbara Ruyak. France VV - io, Barbara Wicw. Second Row: Judy Stoiup. Jane Siddall. Margie Shull. Kay Shifter. Joan Zwaan. Third Row: Shirley Peifer. Stephanie Woairy. Ia ui e Worley, Nancy Stevens. Connie Overly. L ■ ELEMENTARY Fhont Row. . to Right: Sandy Norford, Dianne Moyer, Joan Neauw, Gail Bowman, Jane Bahner, Margie Kyle Skcond Row: Judy Garrett. Jane liar-kiron. Curl Ferree. Roger Diehl. Bob Wright. Timm Row: Jack Webb. Paul Jones, Matt Farley, Dick Shojflrr. Gary Richer. INDUSTRIAL KTS Front Row. Left to Right: Gene Brennan, Karl Ciiinther. Kllrmlie Rlyler, Don Corbin, Gene Brown, 1 Miller. Sr.r.OND Row: Charlet Leader. Al Little, Ronald Voder. Jack Huggins Edward Keister. Timm Row: John Smailer. William Paul, Larry Osman, Ronald Kerr, Dennis Spaneake.elementary Front Row, l.rlt to tight: Sandy Fo»u r Elnlm. It, . ., ...... , . ii, 6 am' Rranyan. Connie (.onme-. Kathleen (.olwn, Con- inr me . Skco.mh Row: Joy Daniel , |4n „ .. ... ... .. . . ... ... , .. •J,mi iniwell, Mary Kay Buchanan. Esther Dcnlinger, k.i Rl.ikr. Ilium Row: Nnnetie F|.„i o».i.„ , .... .... , Delnrek. Eliialieth hours. Gwen Drln, Joan Ri-hop. SECONDARY From Row. l.rlt to tight: .Marline Smith, Cynthia Snyder, Rotulind Sprenkle. Pauline Umbrrger. Second Row; Rill Smith, .Mary Ann Rnlrniu . Norm ► Dorothy Tyxm, George Fr.int . Timm Row : luirli-. Rri'mlley, Ronulii Curnirrlla. Woodrow Snell, Andrew Amw-uy. SECONDARY From Row. l.rlt to tight. Patrieiu Cavanaugh. Dorothy .inter, John Spleen. Barbara Jrflerie . Marian Gallagher. Marguerite Sltoenuker. Sm onh Row: la-e Rhode . Drew Darruh. l u Wingle. Jim Herr. Ikon Anderson, Bob Tiehel. 1'iiinn Row: Rill Brackhill. Rob Dunn, Joe Eekert. John kriwrr, Rill William . El wood Reynold . 62 ml .may wc £u! Wli.ii an inspiration. Look sharp— feel slwrp!“ Around the clock Gov. I.ruilcr waulio I. A. Miphoniuri'. Dick l.ruder. |{j k l» ihr l»M k«. k«n. II —. at work.Left to Right Pal Kos . Student Council rcpresento-tite; Cnrl You Stctten, Student Council rciirescniatiic; John Price, vice-president; Beau Smith, iresident: Beverly Pike, secretory; Doris Cochran, treasurer. Freshmen This year's freshman class overwhelmed the MSTC campus with its size, about 125. Following a detailed orientation program, the class quickly adjusted itself to college life. By the end of the term, the frosh were knee-deep in a variety of activities. Dances and other sponsored affairs topped the list on the scheduled program. Clad this is over! A self-inflicted initiation. Another "Line-up" More Cheer ! 64Front Row. I.rfi to Right: Elaine Hranyan, Joan Ciantpanlia, Rhodo a lore Crowder. Rosalie Shaner. Virginia Crook. Roberta Kapp. Second Row: Delore Zeiders Linda Rambler. Anna Mar Olujvic. Katharine Harienstine, Nancy Royer. Third Row: Linda Poorman. Roberta Meyer, Nancy Steven . Ruth O»bornc, Connie Raab, Ruby Jame». Front Row. Left to Right: Yvonne Jonr», Joan Stewart, Judy Kirdioff, Jean Steller, Geraldine Weidman, Thoma Lynn. Second Row: Jim llnuter. Mike LachUnan, Walt Ferry. Norma Rrown, Toni Dougherty, Riclurd Moore. Third Row: Rill Hearer, Jai k Neal, Drnnic Teller, Nelson Weber, Dick llalbrilter, Baldo Roc-cabella. Front Row. Left to Right: Cail Gennari. Michael White, Janet Groff, Nancy Hoke, Judy Witmcr, Joan Patrick. Second Row: LowclI Lctrnw, Roberta Main. Grelchen Deichcrt. Nadine Dick. IVm Gfroerer. Third Row: Willard Windl, Richard DiNoia, Terry Frantz, Jim Kline, Hill Mixon, Rill Hyde. Front Row, Left to Right: Patricia Byer . Jo Ann Kunkrl, Barbie Doyle. Priscilla Wallace. Ginny Gladfelter, Nancy Stitehlw-rry. Sf.co.nd Row : Larry Yale . Pat Kirchkr.ner, Jack Campbell, Loon Matthew. Ray Wallace, Ted i.amparter. Third Row: Harry Blocker, Gordon Wolfer, Ralph McConiM-y, Jim Kopf, AI (red Wultrmyer. Front Rovr. I.ejt to Right: Barham Spolar, Katliv Heisey, Ann Ifelvcrson, Cail Walker, Sally Coiner. SkcoNd Row: Mary Hruhaker. Jane Smoker, Linda Smoker. Phyllis Swei-part, Sandy Barm- , Putriciu Bord. Timm Row: SuNin Zcek. Iavis Julius, Doris Cochrane, Dorothy Drencher, Elizabeth Dempsey. Ih"M Row, ,e ro Right: Loin Ann Glasgow, Faith Young, Nancy Hander . Betsy Courtlcsn, Sally Deputy, Barbara Eberxde. Second Row: Rosemary Disc, Janet DeHart, Maxine Wirhman, Barham Votidercrone, Mary Mice Diehm. I'ltiicn Row: Linda McNeily, Cinny Coe ring. Alicia Eppley, Mary Ann Felly, Joanne Reynolds, Sandra Van Fo» cn. Front Row, l.rjt to Right: Barbara Stalker. Kmilie Abel. Charlotte Picone, Pat Rons, Belt Weintnann. Sbt.ond Row: Ken (iron. . Dolores McKenna, Patricia Ann Stover, Cerry Olshefsky, Anna Marie Troilo, Sally Sandt. Third Row: Ceorge Rigg . George Fatnra, Richard White, Robert Deltrrline, KoIm-m llorger. Front Row, l.rlt to Right: Jane Wolfe. Eileen Heller, Joanne ('.ehman. Martha Haul. Mur) June Hagey. Second Row: Richard Lagrotle, Patricia William . Sandy Luciolli. Joyce Lcftwieh. Joyce Feiistcrmacher, Robert McHose. Timm Row: Charles CHIm-m. Thomas Brown, Lawrence Shenk, David No use, James Herman. 66 Front Row, Left to Right: Alice Cundruin, nn Boyrr. France Quigley. Cynthi.i Wiley. Barbara Braught. Sr.coM Row: June Loup, Julie Hell. Linda Hofmeisler, Belly Hogarth. Barbara Eck. Third Row: Jeanne Hrroux. Nancy Humphrey. Virginia Smith. Janet Greiner. Front Row, l.r t to Right: Barbara Fa-naclit, Paula Schell. Kiltie Miller, Debora l.arge, Sue Carol Lciby. Second Row: William Cotwald. Anna Jane Sh.mli , Carol Joyce lank. Betsy ilowarlh, Dclnur Bowers. Third Row: Charlo I.iucl, Clyde Camber. Dick Davies. Michael Bubb. Benjamin Km-i-ley. Front Row, Left to Right: Pal l-angley, Belly Ann Richards. Roxanne Lehman. Pal McGowan, Marilyn Wolf. Sf.com Row: Gwyn Patrick. Sylvia Sicily, Gary' McFeelv, Mary Jean l.illard, Terry Snook. An (trio Ciarmcca. Tlllltn Row: John Pavlick. Frank May. Sergo l.ukachik, Donald Aston. Phil Fuhnnan. Front Row. Left to Right: Ruth Stevens. Lou Raub, Balls Much, Carol Berger, Fran Zuffarano. Shoo mi Row: Sally Bearer, Barb Be tier, Sally Jones, Maryanna Dungau. Lee Walker. Third Row: Phyllis WolUon, Dave Wardroji, Anthony Slaninas Arthur l-osh, Margie Laincy. 67efz Front Row, f.clt to Right: I mum Rich. Margaret Hill. Elizabeth Paine. Ruth Schaeffer. Harriett Peek. Second Row: Jerome Eckcnrode, Clay Ion Edward , Beverly Pike, Jim Creighton, William Ko% . Timm Row: Gale Gable, Glenn Aiken-, William Hazlctt, Bob Thompson, John Stamhoolinn. Front Row. Loft to Right: Helen Kyno, Judy Graham, Kathryn Jen-kin . Nejla Eyler. Ella Graham. Second Row: Haney Sick. Jim Harl. Bean Smith. Edwin Hoover, Joyce Donohue. Timm Row: Dick Bom-berger. In Stiely. Robert Meban, Charles Kennedy. Front Row. I.r t to Right: Gary Wendt. Nancy Klinefelter, Donna Hibner, Darlene Sponseller, Shirley Moore. Joe Stephen . Second Row: Ron Marcello, Frank Gu icwie . Carole Buck. Maureen Avery, Donna Patterson, Timm Row: Albert Frea». Andrew Bryant. Clyde Weidman. Fred Bipka, Charlr-Simonton, Earl Shaffer. Front Row, l.r t to Right: Ijoi Rader, Amy Kneibler. Lynn Ucbcrman, Ethel Keller. Linda Evan . Ingeliorg Cueldnrr. Second Row: John Stauffer, Mary Ellen Cuddy. Dale Hoff. Janie Clark. I-arry Simmons, Arthur Schrnck, Barbara Bru-haker. Timm Row: Walt Kottmeyer, Tom Ackerman, Robert Stalling . John Trcmbath, Lewis I.iebeit, Michael Vulldr . 08TVI- Front How. t.rft to Right: Harriet Herman, Sylvia Buchert, Sandra Airman, Linda Irvin. Mary While. Sf.conp Row: Joy Click. Joan Pringle. Barbara Yeager, Sara Henry, Joyce Haw. I home. Tiiiri) How: Sandra Whineroiller, Janet Daub, Hard Durham, Marilyn Orrlarh. Donna Sliue. Front Row. L )l to Right: Mari jane Smith, June Lawrence. Pat Warner, Betty Fritz, Esther Markcy. Second Row: Barbara Wild ., Jov Mont ky, Joan Koonlz. Jane Kitzman. Barbara Becker. Third Row: Pat Smith, Barry Ixvwer, Jack Toll, Al Camlionr. Front Row. .e i to Right: Beverly Hodman. Mary Drennan, Klainc Scntcnich. Faye Crone, Georgia I.uken . Margaret Tanner. Second Row: Merrill Detweiler, Mary Mohancik, Hounna Sweden, Brenda Goodhue, Jane Nevin. Til hid Row: John Water . Elaine Sluder, Gurlr I int . Orville Easton. Victor Scango. 69“Wr love tin U|i|ic r fliiwm ii." Parents’ Day at Millersville”Here we fight for truth mu! right. "Shield nrul buckler ever bright. ORGANIZATIONS Delta Phi Eta « It'• w Kay Shiflcr anti Bette SI war receive 1957 Frediman Award from Eleanor Ilolzhaiier. Front Row. Left to Night: Mary Ellen A mole. Mary Gochenaur, Mary Ann Chanton. Eleanor llolzliiiuer, Rochelle Gool, Jennie Pierce. Sr.c-ond Row: Mary Ycujrcr. I)r. Virginia Heck. adviser; Edith llnrman. Della Phi Eta is an honorary sorority for women who possess in a high degree the qualities of leadership, service, and character. New members, who join by invitation only, are initiated at a banquet held in their honor. Phi Sigma Pi a “Strollinj;” at the Phi SiRina Pi dance are Angelo Ciirrocct and Sheila Knoll. Front Row, Lett to Night: Dorsey Enrk, Dime Ruby, Daryl Fair, Phil Wynn. Hill Kriilowei . Second Row: Stan Stout. Rii»-Paiko, Boh Lutz. Ron Royer. Ron Good. Hen Olcna. SujH rior scholarship and fraternal fellowship are the agencies through which the educational ideals t.f Phi Sigma Pi are achieved. Included in the program of Phi Sigma Pi, a national honorary fraternity, is the annual presentation of a scholarship award to a male member of the graduating class. 74From Row, l.rft to Hight; Ron Gray hill, Rurm-II Grist. Ken Li‘ler, Sian I Iren, George Mi Imhi.-c, Art Wood. Sr.coM Row: Ed Gallagher. .Wvin Franl , l.eroy Rohiimui. Lewi Jury, l.ukc Scipioni. Mpliu Phi Omega president Sian l)cen discusses future activities with Kd Gallagher, George Ulhouse, Luke Scipioni. Dick llunn and Ron Gravhill. Alpha 1 111 Omega Kligihle for membership in Alpha I’hi Omega are former Boy Scouts in colleges and universities throughout the Unit cd Stales. To foster scouting fellowship and to promote service to humanity are the prime purposes of this national fraternity. Front Row. .r r to Night; Barry Wrinhold. Boh Gun rnhauM-r, William t.tiger. Skconij Row; Wall Kaplan, Garv Wendt, David Martin, Jim Mackenzie. I limn Row; Glyilc Gam her. Roherl Re»ch, Rill Rrnckhill. Don kilhcfner. DeMolay members. Gharlc- Axarlis. Joseph Devilhiv, Bill Brackhill, and Gary Wendt, help the luhcrrlle . Dorothy Rank and Frances Keefer. DeMolay 9 "Service for service's sake" is the credo of the DeMolay Club, whose prime motive is to provide assistance to any organization on the campus. It is not a social organization, hut it aids others in making functions a success. 75 Sian Deen and Rip Miller discus IFC Ball. Mr . Kidurd Gerhart, Richard Gerhart, Mrs. Gordon Taylor. Louis Bleacher, Gordon Taylor. Herbert Schornly. Curtin Donat, Ronald Royer and Philip Wynn |kw between game- ut a howling party sponsored by Iota I amhda Sigma. Iota Lambda Sigma Iota Lambda Sigma is a National Professional Industrial Education Fraternity signifying scholarship, craftsmanship. and character of its members. It also affords students of industrial education an opportunity to grow professionally through the bonds of fralernulism. FRONT Row. .«■ to Kinht: Sterling Ort, Donald HolTinan. Louis Bleacher. Ralph Miller, Omstantinc Chest on, Herbert Schornly. Second Row: Donald Konvhnik. Fred Kerr. Richard Baugh. Philip Wynn. Ronald Royer. William Bceker. 76 Skated: Stan Dren. Standing: Burnell Crist, Ben Olena. Daryl Fair. I ii ter-Fra tern it y (lou nci I Representatives from Alpha Phi Omega, lota l tmhda Sigma, and Phi Sigma Pi comprise the membership of the Inter-Fraternity Council, which was organized as a co-ordinating agency among the fraternities on the cam pus. The chief activity sponsored by this group is tin-formal Inter-Fraternity Ball which is held each spring.Student Education Association Of Pennsylvania 'Hu James l ylr Wickershain Chapter of the Stu«i« nt education Association of Pennsylvania serves to inform pros-| cctive teachers about professional activities in the teaching held ami to arouse enthusiasm therein. Kacli year the organization undertakes several projects in which taking assembly attendance ami escorting campus tours for high school students arc included. Fans? Kim. Lr l »• this l.mJa XimUrt, Kano tlf, Kalin Snk» kk, EmI)» Kliak. Mar|af«i Mamdia, PhylUt Hold . Brtty J. rh..o.p o, Jo Uoitla. Jaor Myen, Man. Watiol. Xnnrr Cnnmuiliain, IWoiliy Smmnni. liar Ur a llrrr. Karliara ll.nkfy, lank Itohl., Ktialioc Juhn«ui, Kmh Rnahlk, JaaaydUac Koirr, SmoMO ll.ua i lanM Nip I oaf. William Grijrr, Joarydi 1‘mlki... W ilium '», tailor l.antmin, |ao.-a MarCluahlr, Carlton ll.iljar. Ronald C—1, llarrull Clapper, f t.aria. Lyoah. Ronald Korar. I.nrnr Koby, Marla Saborr. John lli.ol. Cdwar.l CalUfb.f, lUoal Down.. Mil.ltad I'Ii»m . Tm»o Ron llaral lluikina. Dolom Sanda. Yranor Ireland. J.laanor Millar. Tafraa Cnrahovakl. lanal Haul.. Dnria Oxhfanr, Sue Ra.ne.ka, Annelta Whitman. Fd.th llaiman. Barbara Raakat, F.lirabuth I'alaa, Patrlnaa killlao., F.iWn llallar. Sandra I.m loan. Barbara Wild., Kalrkla Kaoknat. lot am Row I fill I nr Sanaanirli. K.lhy llartrnalior, Jana ll.rklaon, Barbara Pritf, Jan lla.|ln| . Jaont Raw, J.a r fa Kifkl: Qaam lloliKauar. Mary Ann Cam or II, Thrlma Tbomaa. Sally Moon. (Mnna llaa.le, Hai.y Moran. Maria Midi. Robarla Saori, Yaonna ItaUnJ, O k.ra. Sanda. Ourgi 1‘kyn, Barbara Cambar. CharlwOr Nuttall. Stto-ao Kant Call Karl lay, Joan Uba. Pal Mayrr, Kaiky Colon. Ibtay Sipe. Cora Help, Conn.a Anir.. Mary Mire [hrkm. Mary knn Frlly, Dor.. Coahrana. Nan.j Humphrey, Barbara t k. A Ika Cundruu. PalrUu Kftabnrr, In. Hall, aany Bnlbold. Tiatau Kant l.yada $eh- .«trlrr. France Vaaclv. Ilranna Moyer. Janal DeHart. Barbara Vina. Judy Carrall. Haibara Kayak, Fay Okar, Ralph Smith. Carl Fame. Rkbard DiNala. Vlafc.nl kilr, Van MaFJfrrah, Ulby Mill. Yannne Otlntdl. Art object interest AGKI officers. Brt y Moran, Marie Miidl. Jerry Shupe. Donna Hrnric. and Sally Moran. Association for Childhood Education International Association for Childhood Education International is an organization of students enrolled in the elementary curriculum ami is unique in that one can hold memliership as an in-service teacher. Its purpose is to work for the wellbeing of children through the education of teachers. Mi s Lucy Valero, .i«-i«l.ini executive secretary of PSEA. is greeted by Dr. Ddua Neobit, Mildred Plowman, Margaret Mundis. Ron Good, Kmc K1 ii k. Dr. Raymond Kulil, and Phylliv Doldr. Mplia Bela Alpha Row. t.rfl to Right: Nawy K heliiun. Donna Fatula, Patricia Hoover, Barium John Thcroj Gorzk»» ki, Junri Cooper, Trckla ('oilier, Patricia Bucher, Judy Driwn, Phyllis Ddinr. Sccond How: KIIj Craliun, France Quinn, Patricia Kirehkoner, Hutli Gilbert, Pltyllii Hahn. l)ori» Kfitmhaugh, Kli .ilxth Leighton. Barbara Fas-iiaclit. Joyce I Vino hue, Carole lawk, Margaret BreUford, Kathryn Jenkins. I mm H»W: Delorr eider . Helen Kyno, Neal Kyler, Jtnly Graham, Julia llcil, Hutli Huukle, Sarah Darlington, laola Burkett, Carolyn Keith. Josephine Hnye, Hutli IViutrirh. lpli.i Met.t Alplin. llio National I ndrrgraduate Library Science Praternily, affords future librarian the opportunity to meet and discuss |»crtiiicnt problems and to gain insight into a variety of library situations. Here, too, the members realize the four main goals of librarianship books, people, service and life. Front How. I.rjt to Right: Walter Yatr». u tor Scan go, Wade lb alb, John Myrr», William Mixon, Hiehard Baudi. Gordon Taylor, Hoy l.oux, Philip Wynn, Sterling On, Paid Baker. Suomi Row; Cliarlr Maurer, Adam I’idier, I wi Bleacher, Robert Ki|msito, Joseph Dr-vUbiM . Ronald Millard, Donald Hoffman, Hiehard Leader, Herbert Schoenly, Jon l.itllr. Til Bid How: Ju eph I.alii, Donald Diet , Kail Get tie. Kdpir Koyer. Galen lather, David Wnrdrop. Ralph Miller, Curti Donat, Hurvev Hoover. Gluirle BuMard, HoIm-m Brenholu. Ben Kncidey, l wrencc Hoover. OFFICERS Sr.ylt.li, .e to Right: Nancy Gunninghaiii. Marilyn Mellon. Stamiinc: There-.i Gor .kow»ki. Jean Stradlinaii. Mi» Beatrice Date— inan, adviser; Janet Cooper, Pal Baclter. Iml list rial Arts s students of the Industrial Arts Department, the memlrcrs of tliir, society are given an op| ortunity with-in their organization to grow professionally through the experiences of others. Featured at the monthly meetings arc s| cakcr who are outstanding craftsmen in a professional fieltl. Lower l.ett Huy l.oux. Nevin Frantz. Gordon Taylor. Bonaltl Koyer. club officer . IzHiir Bleacher receive an Industrial rt Society award (torn the club pre»idrnt. Gordon Taylor. 78 Kolirrl Rourdrtie. Evelyn Klirlc, John llor»t, Dorothy Bank and William Rruckhill conduct a panel discussion at .1 Social Studies Club meeting. Top Hifihl Cluli officer Evelyn Klick, Jack Flick. Nancy Cunningham. I’crry I jive, and Bill Biackhill po c before a meeting. Front Hum. I.cfi to Hifihl: Betty Thompson, Sara llrnry, Justine Fatula, Marie Wet el, Evelyn Klick. Fat Bacher. Edith Hannan. Nancy Cunningham. Skcomi Row: Tom Kusm , Charles lluudl, Perry l.ove. Jack Spiesr. James Clark. 1-irTy Simmon . Stan Stout. Timm How: Mired W.dimyer. Tom Brown, Ned l.iglit, Stan Decn, Fd Gallagher, John Horst, Hon Crayhill. Social Studies Promotion and stimulation of n wider intercut in (lie specialized field of social studies ami history is the main purpose of this organization whose membership is open only lo majors and minors in the department. A new program idea i heartily received hy Steph-any Betlermann and Dr. Holort Fool, udviscr to the Hauler Geographic Society. Bassler Geographic Sociclv m Bassler (Geographic Society is open t » nil students of the geography department. With the purpose of supplementing the students' knowledge and developing their appreeiatiou of geography, the programs of this group largely consist of lectures, discussions, and motion picture . Fkovt How. I.rli 10 Hifihl: Tom Ru so, Stcphany Betlennann, John Tnllxiil, Elton Marlin. Seco.mi How: Cluirh- Ru«ell, Dale Dissin ger, Frrd Fowler, K011 Grove, I.eHoy Robinson. 79English (!lul) Organized to further develop the interest and knowledge of English. the English Club is composed of majors and minors in this field. Besides presenting the eminent American poets, John Ciardi and John Holmes, to Millcrsvillc. the group published several educational literary pamphlets. Mr. I-oui Jennings. Mr. Juni-ph Hhcn, nn l 'Ir. Williinn Dillcr look on us guest John Holme (second from right) autographs one of hi» honk . fiKST How . ■ to Right: Patricia Row, Arlene Ixvin, Linda Anderson, Marion Hurd, Betty Thompson. Second How: Jamc Hcnnix. Mary Cochenaur, Carolyn Cramer, Kathy Sinkovieh. Nedra Grim. Edward Rodonis, Woodrow Snell, Elwood Reynolds. Titntn Row: Alan Holden, Jur-rett I'ilauin, John Spicsc, Earl Piekcl, Lee Rhodes. Foist Row. Left to Right: Mary Ellen Cuddy. Elgir Miller, Barbara Kasnacht, Linda MeNeely, Dorothy Drcscher, Suxanm-Kliticdin t, Pat ( trey. Stephanie Woauiey. SECOND Row: Carolyn Cramer, Mary Kay Huelianan, Barbara Jeffries, Sandra Grosky, Harold Smith, Li Vanover. Xed Benner, Charlotte Pacone. Barbara Broker, Dr. The-odon Hupp. Tlimo How: llarltjr.i Stalker. Phyllis Wtdlson, Bernice Hicks, Sandra Luciolti, Joseph Stephens. ‘iio|)liiI ‘ Xcnophile Society is composed of students who arc in tcrcsted in foreign languages. A series of foreign films is sponsored each year by this group for the public. Other activities include speakers, foreign games and songs. The name Xc.nnphUc is derived from the Greek and means love of foreign things. A foreign poster is shown by Li Vanover, Carolyn Cramer, ami Bernice Hicks. 80Roddy Scientific Society Named in honor of Dr. II. Justin Noddy, tlii organisation is composed of students in all curricula who are sincerely interested in science. Incluiled in the club’s programs are scientific lectures, demonstrations, and an nil-day field trip. I.ornr Hub). Chrit Mdlcy and Merle Sehnee perform ni experiment while Cere-lia Vj.ljj and Kaye Kline watch. Kao NT Row, l.rft to Night: Joann Stump. Jeanne I r fever. Kaye Kline. Kvelyn Klick. Merle Sehnee. Dime Ruby. Ski:iiwi Row: Chri- Melley. Jim Kpler, Taylor l..iinlx ni. Dan i-o, Al Gsuibone, I.«ke Scipioni, Earl Kenepp. Front Row. l.rft to Night: Betty (.cighton, June Laurence, Elaine Shaffer, Jeanne Le-fever. Kaye Kline, Kathy llartenuliiie, Janet Daub, Donna Shoe. Skconii Row: Taylor laimlmrn. Mm Kpler, Joann Stump, Al Gambone, Ralph Day wait, Donald Deed . Eli abeib Paine, Iteau Sinitli, Pat Smith, laiuit Bleacher. Ken Koeliey, Dori» IlitiellM-rser and Harold Garland, club officer . po»e liefore Math Club meeting. Mu Kappa Mu 'litis organization aims to serve the needs of math majors and minors. At the monthly meetings of the group guest s|M akers arc featured. Kach year a field trip to n nearby industry is a highlight of the club’s program. 81Inter-Collegiate Conference On Government Membership in the Inter-Collegiate Conference on Government is made up of students who .ire interested in the techniques of democratic processes. Preparations are also made in the form of hills and planks on current problems for the state convention in the spring. FlHsr Row. Left to Right: Joan I ir«, (Lirol Stoll. Mary Moul. Lynn Leiberman, Amy Kneihlcr. Second Row: Ned Light, Lora Johnson, Royer Walters, Donald Kilhrfnrr. Larry Killian, Fred tndiclor. Third Row: Rill Wolgrmiilh, Sian Stout. Ray Wal-lair. Daryl Fair. Jack Spicer. Rill Waaylyk, Mr. Richard Keller. First Row, Left to Right: Rill Wnlgeimith. Carol Stoll. Second Row: Ned Light. Rill Wasylyk, Daryl Fair, .Mr. Richard Keller. Two Young Republican . Nancy Osborne and Roycc Wallers, prepare to journey to Elizaltethtuwn Children's Hospital. Young Republican Glul To familiarize students on campus with the Republican Party and its principles is the purpose of the Millersville State Teachers College chapter of the Young Republican Club. Guest speakers, debates, political discussions, and civic projects highlight this group’s activities. Front Row, Left to Right: Ned Light, Joan Ciampag-lift, Nancy Osborne, Stan Deco. Second Row: Mr. Charter Lord, Larry Simmons Alfred Waltemycr, Beau Smith, John Wagner, James Clark, Dick Itann. Third Row: Orville Easton, Dirk Davies. 82Front Row. Left to Ripht: Carolyn Cramer. Ritlura Stalker, Pal William . Betty Ann Gilliert. Jean Labs Jean Slradlman. Morie Wetzel, Julia Sichman. Ko-alind Sprankle. Paulinr I mbergrr, Helen Kling. Loretta AiIjiii . Pal Bacher. Pal Lee, Kathy Calvin. Sin- Rcinecke, Krritin Johnson, Beatrice Boyd. Skco.M) Row: Ralph Eck. Paul Roll . Delore ciders Linda Kamhlrr. Marilyn W'right. Virginia Crook, Kathy Hart-• ii«tine. Christine Kuril It. Cynthia Snyder, Donna Kni-ely, Kathryn Jenkins, Ella Graham, Judy Graham, Sandra Wincmillcr, Joan Pringle. Jane Nevin, W ilma McCh ary, Elaine Shafler, Rosanna Sweden. TlllttO Row: Carl Keeller. Jim Weeks Mary Ann Nixon, Stephanie W'o ney. Mary Anna Dungan, Sandy Crouse. Ilrtty Thompson. Barbara Ebenwde, Barbara Vondercrove, Barbara W ild , latuise Berkslreuser, Barbara Becker, Eileen Heller. Betty Frit , Joanne Gehman. Chris Jones Margaret Zook. Roy Loux. FoimTIl Row: Joyce Frntennachcr, Nancy Cun-uingham, Joan Heberlein, Betty Bradley, Bernice Rauch. Yvonne Johnson. Suzanne Snook. Burnell Crist, John Stauffer, Jame Herman. Edward Gallagher. Justine Falula, Untie Peters, Frances Keefer, Sue Parry. Irene McCulloch. Ruth Zeiglcr, Phyllis Rohrer. Skated, Left to Rifiht: Betty Thompson, Carolyn Cramer. Roy Ixmx. Beatrice Boyd, llcttie Peters StaNDINC: Christine Eurirh. Frances Kief-for, Christine Jones, Cynthia Snyder, Nancy Cunningham. Religioii-In-LifV Week Untie Peters Frances Keefer. Carolyn Cramer, and Betty Thompson prepare for Religion-in-Life week. Hettie Peter leads songfest at SCA gathering. Officers unit Advisers Dr. Catherine Keever, Carolyn Cramer, Roy Loux, Beatrice Boyd, and Dr. Paul Hummel. Student Christian Association An organization In foster inter-denominational activities on campus and to encourage greater Christian fellowship among students is the Student Christian Association. Besides presenting thought-provoking Christian lectures and discussion topics, the group sponsors socials, square dances, and Christmas caroling. 83Fk«»yt How. .«• to Ki tht: Kathy Sinkovich, Ethel Keller, Mary Ellen Cuddy, Marilyn Shilling. Pat Lee, Joan Zwaan. Gail Bowman, Gerry OUhefsky. Anna Marie Troilo. Anna Mae Oluyvic, Charlotie Picone. Second Row: Bev Lelin«ki. Arlene Durand. Anne McElfrcth, Mary Ann Cantwell, Mary Ann Chanton, Barbara Kuyak. Marilyn McManus I-oretta l.ibricz. France- Vescio, Sally Bearer. Betsy G»urtle« . Delore McKenna. Elaine Kozura. Timm Row: Chri» Mel ley, Dan Cato, Al Ganibonr, Alfred Wallemyer. Jim Harf. Rill Hngfaef. Dick Morrow. Johnny Pete, Tom Ru o, Rudy Roscabergcr. Foihtii Row : Joe Savage. IV n Lacey, Joe Krn . Jim Sweeny, John Pavolick, Ed Bearer. Bob Bokowtki. Newman (Huh Organized for the purpose of maintaining closer contact lie tween the Catholic student ami his Church, the Newman Cluh devotee its meetings to informal discussions and addresses hy visiting speakers. The cluh chaplain is Father John J. Suknaic from St. Joseph's Church in Lancaster. Judy l-iu. Donna Hi nrie, Margaret Mundi-. and Cary Wendt discus sales promotion of Lutheran medallion . Skatu : Eleanor Muscarelli. Mary Ann Cantwell. Standing: Janie Sweeney, Father John Suknaic, Rudy Rosen-herger. Lutheran Student Association Lutheran Student Association is made up of students belonging to. or interested in. the Lutheran Church. Its purpose is to help develop the spiritual lives of the students by encouraging the study and appreciation of the Church and its teachings. Front Row. Left to Hi tht: K»m.iine Kauffman. Donna Hcnrie. Jane Cairn . Deanna Moyer. Jeannette Lehman. I’hylli Doldc, Evelyn Klick, Rosemary Disc, Faith Deibler. Carole Lock. Linda Poormun. Skcond Row: Margie Soil. Annette Whitman, Ann Boyer, Su an Zcck. Edith llaruun. Ko lidla Cool. Judith I.au. Margaret Mundi . Fay Obcr. Kathy licisey. Tiiirb How: Gary Wendt. I-irrv 0»man. William Paul.I I i FRONT Row, l.rfl to Right: Thelma Thomas. Virginia Crook. Bobbi Meyer, Maureen Avery, JcannUlC Jobe, Lucy Cibblc, Kirsten Johnson. Second Row: Rill Kistlcr, Yvonne DoL.irdi. Richard Moore. Jack Neal; Delinar Bowers Beau Smith, Beverly Ci h, Karl Get tie. Evangelical United Brethren (Huh Newly organized under the auspices of the Evangelical United Brethren Church, this club’s purposes are to promote fellowship and teaching of the Church. Featured at its meetings are religious discussions and social activities. Skated: Bokbi Meyer. Karl Celtic, Jane Myers. Standing: Jame Week . I mr Ruby. To develop an awareness of the necessity for a personal, practical Christian faith is the main goal of Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship, a non-dcnominational organization. Its programs are planned to suit the spiritual needs of the students for the ultimate enrichment of their college experiences. Seated: Barbara Hankey. Standing: Adam Fuller, (Juries Bustard, Jeannette Dumbach. Paul June , I filer-Varsity Christian Fellowship Kmont Row, l.rft to Right: Patsy Hoover, Barbara Kuuclil. Elgic Miller, Joyce Donohue, Ann Carter, Jeannette Dumbach. Barbara Hankey, Second Row: Paul Jones, Carolyn Tomlinson, Doris Kcitcnbaugb, Mary Ellen Amole, (.'unis Donat, Adam Fisher. Tlimn Row: H. Robert Jackson, Joe Devilbiss, Bob Pretty man. Bill William , (Jurle Bustard.Practice make perfect for Man- Ann Kiefer. Roycc Waller . Ra Wallace. Margaret Miller and Ray Wallace in a dramatic moment. Citamard To further interest in good drama mid to supplement the members’ knowledge of the theater tire the ultimate goals of the Citamard Society. Lectures, demonstrations, and practical experience are characteristic of most of this club’s programs. Theater Arts Rendering a valuable service to many Millersville organizations, the Cheater Arts Club provides scenery, lighting, and various special effect for campus productions. Members of the club also net ns stage hands during these performances. Ron Rover. Ronald Yoder Three members of the The- and Harvey Hoover touch atrr Art club set up up display. scenery for the Dolphin Club Show. Frost Row. .r f ro Right: Wade Heath. Karl Celtic. Harvey Hoover, Ncvin Franlx. Ronald Yoder, Joe Ulli, Eugene Brennan. Ron Royer. Skcond Row: I a. well Fetron, Hill Hyde. Rill Mixon. Ronald Dill. Elton Martin, Saul Weinstein. Ben Kneis ley. Dick Leader. Third Row: Al Little, Glean Aiken . Tom Simonton, Red France. Irv Stielv, Angelo Ciarrocca. Frost Row: Left to Right: Lorraine Ranh. Christine Eurich. Carol Fleming. Fay Oher, Pal Hodman, Virginia Smith. Lynne Kapp. Mary Ellen Cuddy, France Quigley. Srconp Row: Norman Dominick, Pal Ro . Margaret Miller, Annette Whit-man. M. Jean I.illard. Betsy G urtle s, Amy Kneibler, Georgia I.ukens, Sydney Sugemyer, Jume Herman. Timm Row : Del-mar Rower . Woodrow Snell. Darryl Marlin. Bob Bukow ki. Mike Ituhb. Fourth Row : Rill Smith, Royce Waller , Joe Stephen . Ray Wallace. Ix-on Matthew.Dolphinrttr rcsl during an evening practice for their mid-March show. Bottom to Top: Mamie Yeager, Phyllis Myers, Jane Rosenbeny, Marilyn MrMannun, Jean Stradtman. Front Row, Left to Right: Judy Drirwn. Judy Jackson, Maryanne Cantwell, Dee J. Hartman. Pat McCowan, Marilyn McManus. Carol Lynrs Mamie Yeager, Marion Power-. Skcono Row; Jane Rosen berry, Joan Zwaan. N'ancv Flanders. Janet ( K»| er. Jean Stradtman, Arlene Durand. Anne Mr.Elfresh, Joy Daniels. Jo Graham, Jennie Pierce. Phyllis Myers. Dolphin (Huh All women with spccinl ability ill swimming arc invited to try out for the Dolphin Club. Each spring the club presents a water show which i open to the public. I he theme for this year’s presentation was ‘Through the Year at Mil-lersvillc.” Rod ami Gun (Huh Organized for the enthusiasts of the oul-of doors, the Hod and Oun Club provides for its members an opportunity to further their interests in this hobby. Filins, discussions, lectures, and demonstrations are featured at their meetings. Mr. Mdzcr Porter. Kenneth Kieffi-r, Charles Bustard, Tom Wolfcndcn, Robert Bukowski. Front Row, .e r to Right: Kennrih Kicfler, Tom Wolf-rnden. Harold Foiled, Fred Indictor, Joe l-illi. SECOND Row: Robert H. Ef|io ito, Dennis Pelruska, John Sinailcr, Chorlo Bustard, lairry Yales. Front Row. Left to Right: Eleanor liolzhauer, Maty Gochcnaur. Judy Wislcr, Hetty Thompson, Dr. Mary E. Dixon, adtiirr; Thelma Thomas, Skcond Row: Carol Fleming, Irin Hall, Connie Ante , Kathy Colvin, Margie Kile, Anne NlcElfrenh, Marilyn McManus, l.imla Hi Herman. TltlRO Row: Eleanor Taylor, Sue Parry. Cynthia Clayton, Yvonne l « Lodi. Janet Creidcr. Women’s Varsity Club Promoting sportsmanship, providing social contacts, developing group loyalty, and giving special recognition to women students who have represented the college in varsity sports are the purposes of the Women's Varsity Club. Men's Varsity Club w Male athletes who have earned varsity letters are eligible for membership in the Men's Varsity Club. This organization raises funds for athletic awards, sponsors the annual Varsity Drag, and encourages interest in sports. Front Row. .«■ to Right: Jim- Savage. I.eKoy Rol in oii, Charlr Marlin. Ed Craham, Reg Rife. Ed Bearer, Dorsey Erick, Ed Warden. Rudy Rosenberg. Leon Bor»i. Lou Houston, Skcond Row: John lj«zek. Boh Shuler, Ken Leister. Francis Folk, Wade llealh. Ellon Marlin. Joe DevilhiKs, John Mycr , Dirk Harvey. Don Kennedy, Ixe Rhodes, Wall Price. Third Row: Tom Ru»o, Fred Follrr, Jack Webb, Ed Stocklmlm, Paul Brantley, Don Jenkins. Liu Hauser, Ronald Schlayhaih. Charles Bonyct-,. Wall Kaplan Foi iitii Row; Bob Crjgo. Perry Love. Jim- Tale. Jim Sweeney, Paul Baker. Sian Stout. Ejrl (miniher. Boh Todd. 88 m Tin- MVC ofFin-r an- Ed Warden. Ihosey Enclc, Eil Bearer and Reggie Rife.Club Activities Dellik I’lii Kid - Mumii- Yeager and Jen-mr Pieree ga e at their (ralcmity pin . First Row, Left to Right: Richard Leader. Saul Weinstein, Tony Mioli, Jaino Lanuney. Larry Osman. Skco.mi Row: Ren Kncidcy. William France. John Siiuiler, William Paul. John Ker-baugh. This i« the Vets' Club. Prize winning display for Homecoming Day by Alpha Beta Alpha. look at I lie social angle of the SEA I’ organization. Jmlie Stott and Carlton lloffcr conduct book drive for SEAP. Richard Gerhard getr bowling tip from Herbert Scltocnly at Iota Lambda Sigma's bowling party. Three cheer- fot the Marauders are led by pro»|M'Ctive Men‘« Varsity Club member . I 89I t 'in- £; J i-t'••■'' 4 r SS .' - •. . » ir , - •Y. Sj c fjfcsO' • V ’ t i v .♦ "Sons and daughters staunch and bold, “Follow 'neath the black and gold SPORTSMSTC gridders . . Football Captain Ed Bearer g l off Iwximinf: punl. EAST STROUDSBURG—27 MSTC—0 Two time All-state Teachers College halfback, Ken Oplingler, once again started off a football season by almost single-handedly heating Miilersville, 27-0. Oplinger scored a touchdown, passed for another ami kicked two extra points. Miilersville, with only three weeks practice previous to this game, failed to threaten all afternoon and never got past the 50-yard line. The slight offense which the Marauders did show was carried mostly by the hard running of sophomore fullback Drew Darrah. LOCK HAVEN—26 MSTC—0 Lock Haven, which lied ShipjK-nsburg for the Stale Teachers College championship, dented a stubborn Miilersville line for four touchdowns in the first half and walked off with a 26-0 victory before 3,000 fan- celebrating tire opening of the home season and Parents’ Day at Miilersville. The Bald Eagles demonstrated their “new look" offense that produced three of their four touchdowns. The fourth came on a pass interception by a substitute back Jimmy Burns, who scampered 95 yards down the sideline for the touchdown. Late' in the game, the Marauders unveiled two freshman halfbacks. Jake Ecken-rode and Jim Creighton, who with some hard running by both, penetrated inside the 20 on two different occasions. But they just couldn't find the punch to rush it over. KUTZTOWN—19 MSTC—7 Capitalizing on five Marauder fumbles, a hard-hitting Kutztown eleven put together two touchdown drives and scored a third after a fumble recover) to come out on the long end of a 19-7 triumph over Miilersville at Kutztown. The K-towners, bringing its season’s record to 2-1, marched 51 yards in seven plays to break a scoreless deadlock in the second period. Miilersville, blanked in its first two starts, scored its first touchdown of the season in the fourth quarter on a 36-vard pass play, quarterback Tom Russo to veteran end. Joe Talc. Walt Price booted the extra point. CHEYNEY—7 MSTC—15 Homecoming Day fireworks thrilled the season’s largest crowd as the Marauders ended a three-game losing streak b walloping Cheyncy. 15-7. The running attack 92 Push linn hack. Marauder !With much assistance was explosive and quarterback Tom Russo had a field day w i111 his passing. Joe Tate and freshman Nelson Welter each scored two touchdowns. while Jim Sweeney, Darrah and Russo each scored once. Little Leonard Colston of Cheyney was a thorn in the side of the Marauders all dav and scored the Wo Ives six-pointer. I). C. TEACHERS—13 MSTC—31 Despite the fact that the Marauders had several starters sidelined Itecause of the Asian flu bug. including captain Ed Bearer, the team responded with another fine performance as they humbled the I). C. crew, 31-13. Lou Houston and Morrie Kauffman paced the running attack, while the passing of Russo and Jim Sweeney was effective. One of the tosses was good for a touchdown with Rudy Rosenhergcr on the payoff end. Brad football roach George Katrhmer di ou «e. plays with hi assistant . Art Rultnr. John Ruhleyr, and Rhy Graver. WEST CHESTER—25 MSTC-0 Playing its best game of the season by far. the Teachers from Lancaster County held a very good ami well-coached West Chester team scoreless in the fir«t half to leave the field at the midway point in a 0-0 duel. It was the first two quarters of the season that the Rants had not managed to score. In the second half, when the rain stopped and the wind calmed, the conditions for play improved. West Chester took the second half kick-off and marched 65 yards with a clinching 22 yard aerial from quarterback Harrington breaking the scoring ice. Some poor punting and a blocked punt paved the way for three more scores. Even so. the Marauders played their hearts out ami should be commended for the fine perform-anec against one of the Ik sI small-college teams in the nation. Kaont Row, Left to Night: Rhy Graver, assistant coach; John lluhley, assistant coach: Ed la w T. George llollcmlen. Toni Vallcry. Jake Ec ken rode, I .a mar Kauffman, Nevin Weil, Rill Wurst, George Katchiner. head coach; Art llulme, assistant coach. Skcond Row: IVrry la vc. P.»t Kelley. Leo W ingle, Dorsey Enck. I-eon Bnrst. Ed Bearer, captain; lorn Ru» o, Ron Camirella, John IWjunsli , Charlie Martin, Jim Walli . Timm Row: Drev Darrah. Iony Mioli. John Goodling, Jim Barf, Jim Creighton, Joe Savage, Dick Moore, Dick Bjlhriiter, Wall Price, Jude Schlager, Jim Bou-er. Foiihtii Row: Charles Litlel. Erank Manley. Phil Par on . Jim Krirwer. Koh Crago. Don latcry, Tom Graver. Irv Siicly. Clayton Edwards, Raldo Boccalwllo. Firm Row : John Pavlick. Ia u Bou ion, Rudy Ko-enherger. Loi Bou-er. Nelson Weber, Bob Dunn. Phil Euhrman. Jere Rulher ford. Roh Rowers. Sixth Row: Roh Strong. Jack Neal, Joe Tale, Don Jenkin . Don Shelton. Norman Wagner. Dennis Telfer, Ed Sehmalhofrr. Dick B«ml erger. In pre-game preparation. Hutch Blylrr tape the wrist of Ron Camieella.And determination Millersville gridder drivM again ! opponct. MANSFIELD—13 MSTC—6 Larry Riddle, a junior halfback. picked up an apparently «I« ad I tall on lii own five yard line am! raced 95 yards lo give Mansfield a 13 to 6 victory over MSTC and ruined the Marauders home finale. It was the same Mr. Biddle who in the first half streaked 50 yards off tackle for Mansfield's first touchdown. Statistically. Millersville should have won hy a wide margin, but unfortunately, they do not count in the scoring column. Millersville had nine fir t downs to Mansfield's one. and they completed no passes. MSTC only score came ns the result of a pas . Senior end Rudy Roscnbcrger got liehind the Mansfield defenders and caught a Russo pass, which put the hall on the one yard line, the play covering some 45 yards. From there, fullback Lou Houston plunged over and the score stood tied 6-6, at halftime. After Riddle's spurt in the third period, Millersville advanced deep into Mansfield territory a number of times, only to have their attack stalled. TRENTON—32 MSTC—6 Playing the New Jersey team for the first time in history the Marauders turned in a lackluster performance as they bowed. 32-6. The loss set the MSTC record for the year at two victories and six losses. VARSITY KOOTBAIJ. SCORES Millersville 0 Millersville 0 Millersville 7 .Millersville 45 Millersville 31 Millersville 0 Millersville 6 Millersville 6 Fail Stroudsburg 27 Look Haven----------------26 Kuttlown 19 Cfwytay 7 D. (1 Teacher 13 West Chester 25 Mansfield ----------------13 Trenton ------------— 32 94 Darrali (19) and Wingle (48) move in to help Ru »«i (24) bring down a I.IISTC Rjld Eagle.First Row. I.rlt to Right: Gcorp- Hollendrn. Ed Lower. Jim Creighton. Jim Harf. Jake Eckrnrudc, NVvio While, Dick Moore. Tom Lynn. Second Row: Clayt Edwinit. Chirlo I.illle, Tom Valerie, Jude ScWagcr. Bill Bearer. Dick llalhriller. Baldo IWcalxdla. Jim Hauler. Third Row: John Pavlick. Phil Parson , Dennis Teller. Phil Furli-man. Dick Bomlierper, Irv Study. Nelson W Iwr, Don Shelion. Jack Neal. J. V. FOOTBALL SCORES ______ 27 Shi|»| en I urg STC 6 ____ 19 Cape May Com Guard ... 6 ________ 7 Lebanon Valley----------- 0 _________0 West Cheater STC------- 23 ...______13 Stevens Trade---------- 2 J» T • 1 OUIIMU1 This year’s J. V. squad, made up entirely of freshmen, was the most promising group of yearlings Millersville has seen in a long time. W ith good fast hacks and a comparatively big line, the team made a good showing in every game. In Inviting a strong Ship| ensburg team, they gave much promise for the future of football at Millersville. The team was hindered in the latter part of its schedule, because many of the players had earned varsity In-rths. Some outstanding players of note were Jim Creighton. Ed Lower, Jake Eckcnrode, Nevin White in the backfteld anil Phil Parsons. John Pavlick. Baldo Boceabclla. Irv Stiely. Jack Neal. Tom Lynn and Jim Harf in the line. A lone MSTC judder bites the du t Met each foe I V Millersville Millersville Millersville Millersville Millersville 95Girls drove on Ilockev r Flaying for the first year on the Now Athletic Field, the women’s varsity hockey team completed its season w ith a record of two w ins, two ties, ami three losses. Although their record was no different from last year's co-captains Mary Gochenttur and Iris Hall were pleased with the girls' display of spirit. Another characteristic of the Maraudereltcs was teamwork. as six players were responsible for the team's eight goals. Dr. Mary Dixon, team coach, has much to look forward to. as she w ill lose only six varsity players and has six new members to fill the positions. VARSITY HOCKEY SCORES 0 Millrrsville 1 2 1 0 . 1 Millersvillc 3 Elizabethtown Lebanon Valley Shippensburg STC Gettysburg Lebanon Valley Elizabethtown Albright......... •I I 1 I 1 3 0 Co-captain- Iri- Hall and Mary Gochcnuur. Fhont Row, Left to Right: Dr. Mary Dixon, conch: Eleanor Taylor. Iri- Hall, co-captain; Mary Gochcnaur, co-captain; Edna Willi-. Phyllis Weber. Thelma Thomas. SECOND Row: Pat Langley, Janet Groff. Sue Party, Connie Antes, Kathy Colvin. Timm Row: Aliro Cundntm, Mary Elirhart. Carrie McFeely, Mary Vnn Bolenius, Yvonne Dcl-ardi. Fotimi Row: Cynthia Clayton, manager; Mary Alice Dielim, Anne MoElfre«li. Margie Kile, Joan Noble, manager. 96To the goal 1. HOCKK'l HESI’I TS MfflemWe . 3 Lebanon Valley College Milletwvillo 0 Kli jlx'thtnWU Miraudeniic Kathy Colvin l ack- up a pluy in the Albright game. Frost Row, !. ft to Right: Rosemary Dice. Lynn Licbennnn, Nancy Osborne. Patricia Burlier, Dr. Mary K. Dixon. Skcomi Row: Joan Koont . Patricia McCoy, Joyce Lcflvrich. Barbara Vondrrerome, Barbara KIht oIp, Third Row: Nancy lliimplircy. Dawn liulTord. Deanna Moyer, Janet DcHurl. Judy Jackson. Right halfback Mary Goeheuaur and goalie Sue Parry defend their goal in an afternoon practice. Forward line players, Janet Greider and Joyce Leftwich. hack up Nancy Osliomr in a J V contest.Defending chumps StamhKO, Left to Right: Ken Leister, manager; John Brant, Jim Bolden. Frank Wcttlcr, Scrfcr l.ukarhik, Jim Rhhop, Gary Study, Bob Shuler, John Usck, Ron Trimmer, roach; Dick DeHart. Kmkelinc: Reggie Rife, Sylvester Williams Basketball Millrmvillc STC Millrmvillc STC Millrmvillc STC Millemville STC Millcrsvillc STC Millrmvillc STC Millcrsvillc STC Millcrsvillc STC Millersvillc STC Millemville STC Millemville STC Miller ville STC Millcrsvillc STC Millcrsvillc STC Millemville STC Millcrsvillc STC Millenvillc STC Millrmvillc SIC Millrmvillc STC Millrmvillc STC Millrmvillc STC VARSITY BASKETBALL SCORE1' 90 LaSalle % 67 77 82 l-nck Haven STC 68 76 61 9V 95 93 California STC 77 72 Weal Chester STC 109 79 93 91 West Chester STC 86 85 Kutzlown STC 96 66 80 71 75 68 77 75 61 »l 68 71 71 65 8.5 83 69 72 82 73 73 79 78 98 NAIA Playoff)Action urouud tin- Marauder basket a« a Genera player trie to M-ore in I lie NAIA play-offs. Jim Itidiop takes the initial tap of the game from the Blootn»! utg center. Did it again . . . Varsity Basketball For tin fifth straight year. Millersvillc won the State Teachers College basketball title. They have not been beaten bv any team in the conference f«»r those five years except West Chester, and those two losses were successfully avenged. The big surprise of the season was the trampling of LaSalle. December 2. The name of Millersvillc was at that time recognized nationwide through Time, which described MSTC as heretofore “unknown.” Co-captains Syl Williams and Reggie Rife. John Brant, and Gary Study, who led MSTC through a winning season, are seniors. Jim Bishop. Jim Bolden. Johnny Lnszek. and freshman Serge Lukachik will he returning next year. Actually this year’s title was the most outstanding feat of any Millersvillc basket hall team in a long time. Weakened by the loss through graduation of the sensational Johnny Parker, the Marauders were always faced with the task of overcoming height advantages. However, using their go-go style of play they outhustled and outshol almost every opponent to achieve their fifth conference crown in a row. For the sixth straight year the Marauders competed in the District 30 NAIA playoffs. However, the defending champion Marauders lost the first game to Geneva, 7B-66. and were eliminated. The STC title is decided by the Saylor point system. By this method the STC crown rested on a rating of points and not just on won-lost records. It was established on the premise that it would be a fairer measure of a team’s overall playing ability . Our fifth successive title depended on a good many factors. The title hung on the outcome of four games in the last week of play. Mansfield heat Clarion. MSTC beat Kutztown, Rloomsburg heat Cheynoy, and finally the Marauders heat Rloomsburg. thus insuring another championship. Indiana, which was unbeaten in the conference, finished second and West Chester was third. Indiana then went on to capture the District 30 l title by whipping Gannon and Geneva after the Marauders had fallen by the wayside. The Indians lost their second round game at Kansas City hut made un excellent showing, proving again the caliber of play in the STC league is topnolch. 99V Vees sharp . . . Basketball BASKETBALL SCORES Millersvillc STC Millersvillc STC Miltersville STC Milleiwillc STC Millersvillc STC Milleroville STC 51 77 87 74 61 56 Miller villc STC ... $0 Millcrsville STC . 63 Millersvillc STC M Millersvillc STC 58 Millersvillc STC 88 Millersvillc STC .... 59 Millersvillc STC 57 Millersvillc STC Kt Millersvillc STC 86. Millersvillc STC 70 Millersville STC 92 Millersvillc STC 65 Millersvillc STC 60 LaSalle n » l-iurcl Owls 62 Hcrshcy Junior College 86 Elizabethtown JV 76 Si. Jc-.'[iir« JV 70 York Junior College 81 Shippcnsburg STC JV .. -16 Villanovw JV . 94 Elizabethtown JV 76 Slovens Trade------------------------60 Herehcy Junior Collette 56 York Junior College 81 Philadelphia A. C. 50 YV. st Ch. -i. r ST J 93 Steven Trade 76 Bainbridge - - 35 We t Chester STC JV 8t Alumni —-----------------------------64 Huinhridgc ...—— 70 Ken Keener shoots for a basket a Dick Shacffer 13) looks on. E»l Hoover passes off to Ken Keener in an under the basket play. Front Bow, Left to Might: Frank May. Paul Julian. Ken Keener. Second Row: John Price, Tom Dougherty, Ed Hoover, Joe Elliot. Fred Kciuhard. Conch Raymond Mullin. Tiiihd Row: Bill Muriel!, Don Shelton. Tom Ackerman. Dick Shacffcr, John Smailer.Left to Bight: Barbara John. Marion Gallagher, Connie Ante . Dawn HulTord, Mary Alice Diehin. Kli .il 'ili Thompson. Gwen Ddp, Janet Groff, Janet Greider, Joan Noble, Judy Wider, Cindy Clay-Ion. Mary Yeager. Sue Parry. Girls, too . . . Women’s Basketball The story of this year's women's basketball team can Im-well-explained by the term, ‘‘that was a close one.” Five of their six games ended in a one point difference. The girls emerged from only two games as victors. I)r. Mary K. Dixon’s Marauderetles seemed to freeze in the final period, after leading throughout almost every game. Four members of the varsity will be leaving the squad. Co-captains Janet Greider and Judy Wider and Barbara John and Betty Thompson all have played theit last game for MSTC. Judy Wider led the team in scoring for the third year in four. Her per game career average was a brilliant 15.7 points. VARSITY BASKETBALL SCORES Millrrwville STC 31 Sluppen.-d urg STC 32 Milh-ovilli- STC 41 Elizabethtown . 53 Millcnville ST( .16 El in bet htovm 35 Millrroville STC 56 Lebanon Valley 57 Millcrsvillc STC 32 Albright -- 3.3 Millersville STC S5 Lebanon Valley 51 102 1)R. MARY DIXON Womens Basketball CoachCo-caplain Judy Wider and Janet Grvidn look over team lratrgy on play board. Played well . . . J. V. Basketball In afternoon scrimmage Guard Janrt Greider halls the scoring attempt. Barbara Jefferies and Barbara Myer play a clow; man-toman defense. Junior Varsity basketball for the girls showed a record of two tv in- and four losses, identical with the varsity mark. Their two wins were over Klizabethtown and Lebanon Valley. both on the home court. Part'd by Shirley Gartner, high scorer, the jayvees lost some real "heartbreakers.' Three of their losses proved to be only one or two point differences. J V BASKETB l.l SCORES Millersville STC 25 Ship|M-n burg STC 26 Millcrsville STC . 54 Elizabethtown 56 Millrmille STC .V» Eliza bethtown ... 25 Millertville STC 25 l.eliannn Valley 22 Miller villc STC 20 Albright 27 Millcrsville STC 20 la-humm Valley 21 KikstRow. Left to Right: Barbara Jefferies, Mary O’Brien. Mary Ann Bolrniu , Peggy Mentzer, Sally Crime . Second Row: Sharon Kolditz. Barbara Myer , Either Markcy. Elaine Shaffer. Keba Harris Shirley Gartner. Tltuto Row: Dr. Mary Dixon. Elizabeth Forrcy. Betty Hogarth. Joyce Leftwich, Joan Hatting . Peggy Diet .Mighty mat men Varsity Wrestling DR. THEODORE RUPP Vanity U resiling Coach Dr. Theodore Rupp, in his last season as Millersville wrest I in" coach, fashioned another powerful team that rang up seven victories in eight meets. They finished a strong second to champion l-ock Haven in the STC tournament at the end of the season. Most spectacular and rewarding victory was the 15 1 I upset of Wilkes College, which had been undefeated in three seasons of play. At the STC tourney at l.ock Haven, the Marauders captured second place ami sent six men into the finals. Walt Kottmcyer won the 107 pound title. Wall Price annexed his second straight league championship, this time at 177 pounds. Dick Doherty guined u third place finish and freshman Glenn Aikcnsgot a fourth. Foist Row. Left to Right: Paul Baker, Wall Price, Wall Kottmcyer, Mall Farley, Sieve Micio, Boh Noll. John Kopark. Wudr lli-aih. Scco.no Row: Glenn Aiken , Tom Graver. Richard Doherty, John Tails.i. Don Corbin. George Hollcndcn. Bob Todd. Frrd Follrr. Tiiiru Row: Jim While, T. Rupp, coach; R. Graver, coach; George Allhouse. 104Hold claim VARSITY WRESTLLNC SCORES Millersillc STC 30 Fairlclxh Dickenson 0 Millersville STC 20 Shippensburg STC 8 Millcrsville STC__________ 32 Lincoln 0 Millersville STC 26 Evl Stroudsburg STC 8 Millersville STC 15 liloomshurx, STC II Miller-ville STC 5 Wayneshur 22 Millcoville STC 17 W« « Chester STC 10 MillcnvUJe $f( 15 Will..- 14 Miljcoville STC 7! l xk Haven STC 10 STC Tournament V near-pin i- declared by tlit referee. Wade Heath shows control over lii» opponent. Fred Foller keeps the fans tense. 105Front How, l.rft to Might: Wade Heath, Boh Todd. Fred Fuller. Skcomi Row: Rich Doherty, Jack Webb, Eddie Graham. Third Row: I'aul Baker. Al Iiu«i .ind. To a threat season . . . J. V. WRESTI.INC SCORES Millmvillc STC 16 Steven Trade 17 Millcr viUe STC 23 Shippcmburg STC 11 Millersville STC 33 Navy Prep 2 Miller» illr STC 20 West Chester STC 4 Millersville STC 24 l neaMer YMCA 9 J. V. Wrestling Rhys Graver led his JV wrestling team through another successful season with a total of four wins ami one loss. The MSTC junior varsity matmen were outstanding in Pennsylvania competition. The grapplers included Glen A ike ns, Hill Hankert. Tom Graver, Pete Damato, Bill Franklin, Garl Fritz. George llollenden, John Kopack, Bob oll, John Talbott, and Hob Todd. Millcrsvillc m.iim.m di-play strength to More in match. 106 Referee watches as a reversal take, place.Crack of the bat . . . Baseball Millcrvville Millersville Millersville Millersville Millersville Millersville STC 1957 BASEBALL RESULTS Lincoln . Postponed 10 STC . 3 East Stroudsburg STC Kutxtown STC STC 11 . 8 STC 3 West Chester STC . 5 STC 6 lawk Haven STC 5 STC 16 D. C. Teacher | Millrrsville STC 2 Kut tiiwn STC . 8 Millersville STC 1 Elizabethtown 8 Millersville STC 1 SliipiH-nslitirg STC 5 Millersville STC ltl Miinshurc STC Rained Out Millersville STC 12 Rider 10 Millersville ST : 1 Lebanon Valiev . | Millersville STC 1 Shepherd 1 Millersville STC 0 Wh Chester STC 1 Millersville STC 9 Willimantic 2 1958 BASEBALL SCHEDULE April 10 April 11 April 15 April 17 April 19 April 23 April 25 April 26 April 29 May May May May- May May Away A Marauder score . Pre season intra-squad came. First Row. Left to Might: Bill Rrackhill, Don Kennedy, Nick Opolenick, Sam Shahdu, Larry Osman. Second Row: David Slump!, Philip Itzoe, Dale Hoff. William Paul, Ron CamicelU, Timm Row: Lew Johnson, Toni Lynn, Ru« Fuux, John Stamhoolian.Final Row. l-eft to Right; Joe Devilhi , Franci Folk. LeRoy Rohin on. Joe Savage, Paul Bakrr. John Spleen, I-eo Winnie. Dick Harvey. SECOND Row: Don Shelton. Charie onycr . Joe l.alli. Kd Stockham. Sylve ter William . Dale Di »inger, Jude Sclilager, Kd Schmalhofer. ('lark Milliard. Tmiiiu Row: Carl Feree. Jim McKenue. Hill Becker. I.e«ier Miller. Karl Shaffer, Carl Von Stelten. Dirk White, John Stauffer. Arthur Hulme. coach. Fourth Row: Dirk Leader, Dale Wolgamut It, Boh K‘po ito. Larr Yale . Larry Hoover, Irv Slirly, Drnni Spjncake. The starting gun . . . T. pril 12 1958 TRACK SCHEDULE Trenton STC Avvav April 19 1 Ilr nr Home April 22 Bloom-hur .Home April 25 I , of IVnn Krliyi Away April 29 ShipiKaii«l’ur{ Home May 3 Kutxtovm Away May 7 .. K.-wwt SiritiuNliuri: ..Home May 10 .... STC Clijmpion.hip at Shippeiuburg May 13 Lock Haven Away ack 1957 TRACK RESULTS Miller ville STC 11( 1 0 kiilrli.vtn STC 85 6 Millersvillc STC 89 Lebanon Valley ... _ 37 Millereville STC 78 lawk Haven STC ... S3 Miller ville STC (.2 Hloom hurp STC 61 Trianpular meet: Millenville STC 56 Shipped burp STC .. 64 Millersvillc STC Cheyney STC Penn Relay 5th plare STC Chanipion hip Ith place I he pun »tart» the e runner on their way. I 08 The home Mrrtcli and Rohinvtn lead .Overhead volley . . . Tennis ]%7 TENNIS RESULTS Millenvilln STC _ 1 . - 5 Miller'V ille STC . 5 » Miiler'villc STC 5 I Milln-vill. STC J __ 5 MUlemillc STC 3 Elizabethtown 5 .Senior Sinn Stout wail? (or .1 nerve. Weather condition? force an indoor practice. IV38 TENNIS SCHEDULE April 10_________Lincoln —-------------------- Home April lo East Stroudsburg STC Home April 18 Lincoln Away April 26 East Stroudsburg STC Away May 3 Elizabethtown Away May 17 Elizabethtown Home Firm Row, Left to Right: Mike Valldc , Ron Schlnvbach. Earl Cuinthcr. StxoNti Row: Tony I’reMon, John Myer-. Jack Shelling. Stan Stout. Roy l.oux.Ed SliK'kliam. Fran Folk, Art Wood, Dick Leader, Charles Conyers, Lee Rhode . Practicing for another meet. The new sports . . . Cross Country One of the new sports, cross country, was initiated during the year through the combined interests of both faculty and students. Due to a ruling of Student Council however, the organization must compete on a “club” status for two years before becoming a varsity sport. Under the direction of Coach Art llulmc, the club engaged in several trial meets and will enlarge its schedule next year. Swimming The other sport which was initiated last semester is swimming. Six meets were scheduled for the MSTC mermen in their first season. From early results its success seems assured as the members showed tremendous interest and ability. Dave Faux. Ken Crow, Clayton llixler. Ben Knei.ley await ihe Mgn.il to begin. A former star . . . John Parker John Parker accept the plaque a Dr. D. L. Biemesderfer, Dr. I.ee Boyer, Dr. Raymond Kunkle, Dick DeHart, coach, and Jack Spie e look on. For four years. John Parker gave Millersville fans main thrilling nights. During the past season, the students returned the favor. The Student Council presented John a plaque and tin- number “13” traveling jersey he wore at MSTC. Ilis white home jersey has been placet! in the trophy case and no other Marauder eager may ever wear tin: famed “13.” “To Johnny Parker. MSTC. for outstanding service in basketball.” read the plaque presented by the student body. It was truly a fine award to a great ami deserving athlete. Ill John Parker scoring another of hi famous shot last year.Roar of the croud Left to Hight: Mary Gochenaur. Barbara Mussel man, (ami Fleming. Linda Hellcrman, ' Edna Willis, and Marauder Charles Martin. Cheerleaders Evervoiir realize- that cheerleaders are an essential part of any athletic leant and again this year the Varsity ami Junior Varsity cheerleaders fulfilled their role. Present at all the major athletic events these |»cppy" girls keep the action moving and lead the support of our teams. Varsity and JV cheerleaders combine iheir effort- during a (ihiiImII |Wme. I‘n lured arr Joy Daniels. Sand) Fo-ler. Mary Gochenaur. co-captain. Linda Hellerman, (oirol Klein-inn. Barb Mu—elman, coca plain; Margie Kile, and Mart Ann Boleniu-. Gtcaplain Barit Mu—clinan anil Linda llrllcrman jump In emphasize the "Shoot ’em high" cheer. Varsity cheerleaders lead the MSTC student- during a •■time out” at a ba-krtlull game.All muted by death STEVE A. NAM IT With the passing of Mr. Steve Namit on February 21. 1958, Millersvillc State Teachers College lost not only a faculty member, hut also a scholar, coach, religious leader, and friend. Mr. Namit. a native of Canon-burg. Pa.. attended Kdinhoro STC. received his master's degree at the University of Pittsburgh, and did further graduate work at the University of Pennsylvania ami Temple University. After serving in the Navy, during World War II. lie joined the Millersvillc State Teachers College facullv in 1918. From that time until his death he served as mathematics and physical education teacher at Penn Manor Junior High School. Besides his duties as junior high basketball coach, he found time to serve as assistant football coach, tennis coach, and adviser to the Newman Club on the MSTC campus. Steve Namit's record as a scholar and leader of youth, exemplified his ideals of scholastic, athletic and spiritual achievement. As a teacher, coach and counselor, he instilled a spirit of sportsmanship ami clean competition in everyone who came into contact with him.''Honor, fame, and glory bright. "IFe inherit through thy might; ACTIVITIESThe Snapper In I he second year of it revival, the Snapper has Ihh'ii launched into a weekly publication. Advised by Mr. Earle M. Hite, this production enables students to keep more in tune with MSTC news. Juniors Mickey Santanidlo and Ixirrtla Libricz, head a staff comprised of people interested in newspaper work and organization. The journalism class also participates by covering assigned beats. The Snap ter o| erates under the policy of informing the student body of the newest ami most accurate news possible. A special feature is the Snap| rr salute—an editorial honoring an organization or person who has done an outstanding job for the school. Snapper captured a first (dace award at the Columbia School Press Association convention in New York in the contest entered by State Teachers College newspapers from all over the country. Kihst How. Lett to Right: ('.ail Gennari. Humrttr Orrn. Dori Rritenbaugh, -Shelia Knoll, Carolyn Cm-n»«r. Kathy Sinkovich. Phylli Sweigart. Georgia l.uken. Second Row : Janr llarkison. Charlollr Nut-lull, Bcl»y Painr. Nonna Geder, 1 . r .1 li% Drencher. Carolyn Hmli-ill. Judy Crirt, Jane Buhner, Sydney Stagrmeyrr. Titian Row: Carol Rrv-ler. Cynihiu Snyder, I.ynila Schmut lrr, Royce W aller . Stephanie YVoznry, Pal McCoy. Mr. Hite. udvtM-r. discusse an article with Pal Carey. Loretta Libricz, Jo Knot well, .mil Mickey Santaniello. Beverly YanZandl, (tecond from right . hold a meeting of lire circulation -taff. Other member pictured are Roberta Scott, Joyce Shipton. Linda Hellerman and Mary Ann Nixon. Standing i John Stauffer. 116Exchange editors K-lhrr Dcnlinprr, Bct«y Si| o. I’rsii) Hirt . Ju«l .Stroup (seated), look o or coIIcrc li-iiiiK' with business manager Jjiic Mddull (right rear!. Bu im-v. manager Jjn,. sidilall (right), .in l m-xutr editor I at tarcy and Jo Knot well check publication date . Kilo NT How. I.rlt to Eight: Hat Carey. Jo Knotwrll. Loretta l.ibrir . Mlckov Santnniello. Hetty Thom|» on, Slephun) Bcltrriiian. $w:om Row: France Quinn, I'.it Ko ». I’at Smith, tarry Stank, Ned Benner. I.oi . Rader, Harold Smith. Ted tamparter. John Ciardi, iautograph Snapper lor the editors. Mickey Snntuniello ami l.orcttu I.ihrirr. 117' Co-editor- Shirley Myers anti Edith Harman and associate editor Nancy Osborne decide u|m ii a picture with Mr. Hite, adviser. Buxines manager Janice Falusy (canter) goo over some ads with •Niitori.il stall member Liz Vanover. Jo A nn Uogg yseated i. Jeanne Swartz ami Honna llenrte istandinn). Stall photographer Tony Mioli po r with section editor anry K slid man and -tall members Margie Shull and Bette Shear. 118 Touchstone A big “first" in the history of Touchstone was reached with litis year’s publication. This was the first year that every student on campus received a copy of the yearbook as part of his Activities Fee. W ith the support of the entire student body the staff has prepared a book which students should he proud to own. Under the leadership .of the co-editors Shirley Myers and Kdith Harman and associate editor Nancy Osborne, the staff ha - devoted many hours in writing, compiling, and laying out the eight sections of ibis year’s Touchstone. Tin- lines of the “Alma Mater" served as a theme running throughout the book. Operating under a new program ibis year, the staff was composed of a large number of underclassmen. With this plan, these members will have a chance to acquire several years of experience which will better qualify them for editorial positions in their junior year. Front Row, Left to Hi tht: Jeanne Swartz. Nancy E»hrl-man. Nancy Odiorne. Shirlo Mjer . Edith Harman. Judy Wider. Joanne Bogg . Donna Henric. Second Row: Joan Neasc. Kathy Cohin. Pat Sinn- . Tony Mioli. l,iz Forrcy, Dick Leader. Liz Vanover. Dot Tyson, Carol Strohmelz. Third Row: Margie Shull, Kay Sliiffer. Joan Bishop. W ood-row Snell, Bill Smith. Linda Andcr on, Connie Ante . Bette Shear. Pat Bucher.In April Touchstone joined with Snapper to hold its first hani|urt and awards night. Touching off the affair with a turkey dinner nearly 100 members of the two staffs met in the Millcrsville Boro Fire Hall. The new awards system honors those who have worked for two years with a certificate. For three years work a key is presented. President Biemesderfer spoke for the faculty and retiring Student Council President Jack Spiesc responded for the student body. Ixtrelta I.ibricz of Snapper was in charge of the program. Carol Si minuet . type- out an article while Joan Iti-lmp (left) ami Connie Antes look over lier work. Joan Nojm- a ml Nancy Osborne leal ilimu :li the 1957 Tourhstonr. Belle Shear and Margie Shull udvi»r Kav Shifter a- he prepares to “crop" a picture.Millrrsvillc. w«- sins In thee Band Ylillersville's band is made up of two sections: the marching hand and the concert hand. The latter is the larger and it performs al college musicalcs and for local high schools. The marching hand fully participates in the entertainment during the football season. Besides the instrumental section there are the baton twirlers. the llag twirlers, and next fall there will he a color guard as part of the organization. A snappy majorette (H-rforms in«i ir tlii. In-art. 120 Choir Our college choir, the loading musical organization on campus, has hud a varied schedule of engagements this past year. In addition to the traditional Christmas Candlelight Service anil the Spring Concert. they participated in Religion in Life Week. Throughout the year they have toured various high schools, civie clubs, and churches. The group was also part of the combined choir which sang with the Lancaster Symphony Orchestra. Skvtmi with Mr. Zwally is tin- Executive Council of the choir. First Row: Barbara Brubaker, Kay SitiHer, Janice Fultisy, Janice Bolilt I front), Jane Myers. Untie Briers. Skconii Row: Pltily Wynn, Mary Ellen Aitmle, Bob Lutz. Mr. Zwally leading the choir in a Thursday evening practice. I-JM minute instruct tons are given to choir mentben. by director Zwally. Front Row. Lrjt to Right: Jan r Cairns, Janice Robb. Marguerite Shoemaker. Ben Olrna. George Bigg , Walt Busby. Mary Ellen A mole, Mr. Zwally. Carlton HotTer. Merle Detweiler. W illiard Windl. Charles Gilbert. Carolyn Cramer. Margie Scott. Ia i» Rader. Sicoxo Row: Nadine Dick. Judy Stott, Sandra Crouse. Andy llryanl. Howard Waller. Earl Pickle. Bob Lutz. Phil W nn. Bill Shirk. William C. W illiam . James Merman. Bob Delaine. Mary Jane Lillard. Ruth Bender. Tnnto How; Jane Myers. Inez Parker. Sally Sandt. Iorrainr Barth. Linda Evans, Ted Weilzel. Mike Bubb, Hemt lin'd, Charles I-ant . Bob Bourdelle, Bob Loienz, Earl Krnepp, I-arry Findlay. Jaek White, Dave Niuw, V irginia Crook. Pam Conrad, Dorothy Cantor. Hazel Durham. Foi iitii Row: Ann Kimnterle, Hettie Peters. Connie Kaab, Shirley Moore. Joan Ciampaglia, Kay SJiifler. JoAnn Kunkel. Norman Brown, I .oriel Krinton. Darlene Synder. Nedra Grimm, Anne Ea-tburn. Barbara Brubaker. Christine Eurirh. Belly Ann Cillwrt, Stephanie Wozney, Carolyn Kudisill, Janice Talusy. Mary Ann Dungan. Barbara DeTurck. Seaikd: Cynthia Snyder, Belly Ann Richards. Barbara DeTurk. Mary M.illiiol, Pal Cavanaugh, Sydney Slaircinycr. Standing: Mr. Mc-lzer Porter. The siring ensemble is composed of six students di-reeled b Mr. Molzer Porter. This group organizes and practices the first semester and perforins for high school assemblies the second semester. Although they perform for audiences the members play mostly for personal satisfaction. When the college gives a musieal the string ensemble is incorporated into the orchestra. String Ensemble The riiiijnnilr dance lo a -ri.npj y lime. Betty Ann Hieli.inN. Barbara DeTurk, Mjry Mutliioi. Pal Cavanaugh tuned up for a rehearsal. Plan i-I Sian Freeman was one of MillersviBes outM.indinx assembly «ue»i». 122 Skating i' a standard winter pa»tiim- at MSTC. .ilihou lt ilu-rc is an occasional exception. It" »uch a lovrlv spring afternoon ami all tlie cuts have Iwen used. Creativity! Mr. Sykes point out an unfinished portrait in his Creative Art. Informal Activities l)r. Ford (standing) advisee senior Tom Russo about some student teaching aids. Junior Paul Baker lakes "ten" to daydream about Alaska. Secret . In-fore breakfast, Marilyn? ShameW. C. A Women’s Community Association is an organization consisting of all tin- girls in Old Main anil Lyle Hall. The purpose of this association is to instill in its members feelings of justice, loyalty, cooperation, ami happiness toward harmonious living in the dormitory. This ycor a canteen for the girls in Lyle Hall was opened and operated l Women's Community sso: intion. Welfare Council is its governing body, and the Dean of Women acts as the adviser. WCA mass meeting in Old Main Chapel. • Judy Driescn and Belly Kauffman vi il with Welfare. OfBcer» Pat Dean. Janie Cairns. Be Gish and Kathy Colvin. Old Main WCA arranue Christman display for lobby. From Row. I.tfl to Right: Dean Valborg Fletty, Sandra Foster, M. Jane Myers. Beverly Gidt. Pal Dean. Betty Tliumpson, Pamela Conrad. Srconm Row: Marilyn Mellotl. Barbara John. Kathleen Colvin. Man nn Chaiiton. Klitabeth Tliutnpson, bouio- Patton. Barbara Mus-elman. Jane Cairns. 124Women’s Dav Student Association I K.i ShilTcr. Phyllis !s » if:arl. Barbara Mrrr, and Ju !y Connelly (‘‘landing) discus plan- for WDSA danrr. A “home-nwray-from-home" for llic women com-mutiny students is located in tin- room under the Old Chapel. Here the girls have a study area, lockers. a variety of refreshment facilities, and two pianos. This year’s program of activities include.! a Big-Little Sister Picnic, a Christmas party for the Men Day Students, a tea for the women dorm students. and a dance for the commuting 'Indents ami their guests. Itrtrrly ll.dlm.in, Faye Crone. Itrlly Jo Hogarth. Jane! Krrinrr disc us an English assignment. Barbara Bruluk. r. I.iml.i Evans. Ha el Durham rr-l Iwtwrrn cllwo. Passing the lime in harmony. Dot lie anlor playing piano.Moil’s Community •f Association Directing the activities of the men who live in the dormitories is the purpose of the Men’s Community Association. The provision of ping pong tables, a variety of games, television sets, and a canteen for the men students are hut a few of the amusements offered by this group. In addition to these activities, the men have meetings at which they discuss problems that face them on campus. KODID HAM. OFFICERS Kiiim Row. Left to Kixht: Ed Bearer. Wall Kaplan. Suomi How: f.nu Ihnwr, Don Jenkins. Victory i» our cry! 126 01.I MAIN OFFICERS- Left to Kifiht: Norn.au Fogle. Earle Ciiinthrr. Ken Hess, Mali Farley. It must be Igor. Home wa never like this.Men’s Day Student Association j I Melvin Dcnlingcr and George Fr.nn mix eating and finelyinp; in tin- new Stmlmt Center. Providing facilities for relaxation and study for the inon students who commute is the main goal of the Men's Day Student Association, litis year the group moved to permanent residence on the second floor of the newly renovated Student Center. In addition to the games of cards and darts, the men have for their enjoyment a great variety of refreshment machines. itufu Gable catching up «n some assignment . Ted Lampartcr, Bob Cracfl and Ed Schmalliofer pass their time playing pinochle. Charles Kichler, Wilnu r Dick. Charles l.rbo and Clrnn Grhman discus a homework problem.Student Council Student Council is the -ludenl governing group of Millersville Stale Teachers College. This organization is composed of Iwenly members elected by the student Itody as their representatives. The power- of Student Council include the chartering of all student organizations, allocation of activity funds, initiation and sponsorship of student activities which promote the welfare of the students, and the supervision of freshman orientation. I957 5« OFFICERS President.........................Jack Spiesf. Vice-President - . - Bill Kralowbtz Secretary .... BETTY THOMPSON Treasurer.......................DaRYL Fair Representatives at Large |l key Santanikllo. Jini Bishop S» th». . • to Right: Louise Pallon. Pal Row. Ed Warden. Marilyn Mclloll, Karl (’.clllr, Janr Cairn . Pam Conrad. Norman Fo»el, Audrey Ituric, Barbara Mu—elman. Edtoir Royer, Dan (a«o. Stamhvi: Jack Spies . Mickey Santninrllo, I)anl Fair. Elizabeth Thonip-on, Jim Bidiop. W illiam Kraluwri . Sit DENI (,| IDES Front Row. I.rft to Right. Walt Kapian. Dan Cis . Don Krnnoly, Judie Sioii. Pal Uaehrr. Nancy Eohrlman. Srr.oND Row: Ed Rodenls, Jim Rennis, W all Ba by, l.ukr Scipkmi, IJnda Anderwm, K.illiy Colvin Tiiihii Row : Barry Wrinbold. Jane Cairns Donna Hcnrir. Jane Kn-mherry, Elizabeth Thompson. Carolyn Cramer. Mickey Sanlnniello. Foi htii Row: Vie Dallin. Sian Deen, Norm Engel, I’jm Conrad. Marion Calljgher, udrey Burie. Kmn Row: Jim Bi bop, Nt v Frantz. Dick Slucffer, Phil Bombrtjer, Bill KralowrIZ, Phil W'ynn. Ku— Down . Loui e Patton. Karl (.rule. Chris Eurich. Nedra Crimm 123Co-ed Nijilit Sports-minded students of Millersville find iheir way to Brooks Mali on the monthly Co-Ed Nights to participate in their favorite sport These evenings of fun arc now sponsored l the Intramural Committee. On the agenda was .1 matching of wits, skill and muscles in the various sports. The activities consisted of volleyball and basketball for the more energetic boys and girls. Less strenuous activities were found upstairs where mam students were engaged in ping-pong, badminton or shuffle-board. For those who love the water or aim-ply wanted to get cool the pool was open. Refreshments made the evening complete. Hey! This isn't basketball. Everyone shoots at Once in this basketball game. A cool dip t enjoyed by all.Student Union Center On Monday. February 3, the newly renovated Student Center was opened t the student body. Under the leadership of student council the grand opening was a memorable event. President Bieinesdcrfer spoke briefly to the students, faculty, and administration concerning the opening of the new center. Betty Thompson, student council secretary. cut the ribbon and Mr. Zerchcr invited all those present to tour the new center with student council members as hosts and hostesses. Following the tour, free refreshments were served. On the first floor of the Student Center there is a self-service bookstore, the office of Student Services, storage for hooks and food, a kitchen, a food preparation area, and a dishwashing area. The main floor includes a sandwich grill, a short order grill, a cafeteria, soda fountain, and restrooms. During the day. the second floor is the Men's Day Student Room. At other times student activities will he held here. Student gather for an informal efi.it during a record dance. Students enjoy dancing at the new Student Center. 130 l)r. Clyde Stine participates in the official opening.Mr. John Zcrchcr speaks .it opening of Cooler. Students assemble for informal get together. 131kHomecoming The campus activities of the year commenced with the election of senior Mar Gochenaur as Homecoming Queen in October. The spotlight was shared by colorful club displays, visiting relatives, football cheers and ended with soft lights at the Varsity Drag. Ed Warden, treasurer of Men’s Varsity (Hut with Homecoming Queen Mary Gochenaur. Queen Mary pose with attendants Doris Gioff and Pat Koss. Vet ’ Homecoming Display Colored paper napkin copped lirsi prixe for the Industrial Art Association. 134r Mr. Wallace af«- ai third lu»e. Gwen Musidnum i» tlx- hao-man. Spring Fling. 1957! W hat a weekend! Friday evening initialed the activities with u talent show, the result of which would determine the young lady to reign over the weekend. Miss Joann Dick won this honor. Saturday was busy from dawn till dusk! The faculty and the students played their traditional baseball game. The faculty appeared attired in every imaginable type of outfit. They then proceerlcd to break all the rules in the hook. Needless to say, the faculty proved to In the l»etter of the two this time. Saturday evening provided the main event of the weekend, the dance at which Miss Joann Dick, was crowned. Student Council spent many long hour planning for the weekend and was rewarded in providing MSTC with the highlight of the 1956-57 season.Sweetheart Dance On February 21, 1958, Student Council held its annual Sweetheart Dance in Rrooks Hall. Frank Taylor’s band provided the music. A canopy of white ribbons and two large satin hearts formed the background for the decorations. Jack Spicsc, President of Student Council, launched the dance by heading the receiving line and greeting his guests. Highlight of the evening was the crowning of Queen Beverly Pike by Mrs. I). .. Riemesderfer. This year a jiermanent crown was purchased to be passed on from year to year. The Sweetheart Queen contestant seated .ire Mary Jane Smith. Beverly Pike. JuiJie Stott and Jeanne Swart ; standing arc Mar? Gochrnaur, Gail Schlott, Mary O’Brien and Joan N'case. MSTC students cast their votes at the Student Council poll. Freshman Beverly Pike is crowned Sweetheart Queen by Mr . 1). L. Bicmesdcrfer. Her attendants are junior Jeanne Swart right) and senior Gail Schloit. Queen Beverly and escort Pat Kelly lead tlic coronation dance. 136 Upperclassmen Initiate new student to Miltersville at a freshman orientation dance. Campus Dances Amid com stalks and autumn leaves students danced to the music of the College dance hand at the Women’s Varsity Club Dant e. The theme was based on Harvest time. Judy Wislrr. president, vet the pace for the Women's Varsity Club in the plans for the dance. Co-eds dance among corn stalks in a harvest setting. Upperclassmen enjo ing refreshments between dances. 137 mj 4 5 6 7 12131415 18 19 « 2122 26 27 28 29 - Lrola Burkett and Stella Mahan point out the mugir day on «hr calendar. Commencement anti Baccalaureate Assembling 275 strong. I he members of the Class of 1058 joined w itli parents and friends at 2 o’clock on Sunday. May 25. in Lytr Auditorium for the traditional Baccalaureate service. The following morning. May 20. brought them face to face with the realization that by sunset, the course of their lives would change from student to teacher. The seniors saw the beauty of the campus—some for the first time and for others, the last- as they proceeded to I.ytc Auditorium. Ju ! ns quickly, they Irecame aware that the warm security of four years of wonderful living at Millers-ville was passing away. With tradition ruling supreme. Commencement exercises began at 10 o'clock. Candidates for degrees were presented by Dean Brcidcnsline to President Biemsdcrfer who conferred the degrees to each senior of the 103rd graduating class. hollowing the presentation of awards and the Commencement address, another graduating class of Millersville had reached its goal. Janice Bobb watches Barbara Cauel rearrange Curt Donat's mortarboard. Heart resident Lyle Hall, Mr . Clara Slrassburger, congratulate Curl Donat white classmate Kditli Harman smites approvingly. 138Thank to Our hard-working staff. efficient associate editor. Nancy Osborne, tin untiring efforts of staff photographer. Tony Mioli. and the guidance of our capable adviser. Mr. Earle llile. the 1058 Touchstone has preserver! the highlights of a year at Millersvillc. The special photography by Shelley Studio, the printing and engraving by Grit I'nhli-hing Company, and the financial support of our advertiser have all helped to make this book possible. Through their time, hard work, and patience, we hope The Touchstone will become a treasury of your memories at Miltcrvville Stale Teachers College. Though we leave Miind the Old Main third floor publication oRices, we shall always remember our associations w ith the staff and its adviser. Our experiences here have been profitable ones and as we depart from the college campus and enter our chosen profession, the memories of our Alma Mater will ever linger on— “Gratitude and reverence may. lillersville, he thine for aye." Tiii: Editors lillersville, be thine for aye. ) ADVERTISERS Freshman Cheerleader Alice Cundrum (second irom right I receives congratulations from roommate Barbara Eck. .Nancy Landrclh, and .Nancy Humphrey. MANOR PHARMACY PRESCRIPTIONS 851 Manor Si. Fltonc EX3-5825 LANCASTER, PENNA. DEMUTH TOBACCO SHOP “SNUFF and CIGARS” 114 E. Kin? Si. Entahlislieil 1770 LANCASTER. PENNA. RUHL SNACK BAR On the Edge of the Campus 142SUGAR BOWL THE PLAGE TO EAT Sandwiches — — — — Thick Shakes EORRY and HACKER Printers of the “Snapper'" 619 V Jefferson Street Pli. EX3-4452 LANCASTER. PA. T. P. M. NOW OFFERS A COMPLETE LINE OF INSURANCE TO TEACHERS AND THEIR FAMILIES Life—Sickness ami Accident—Hospitalization—Surgical Since 1912. T. P. M. 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