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ST ME TEACHERS COLLEGE NA _LERSV LLE. PENNSVLV N A May. 960 Vo ume No. 6 Bard Hall, new men’s dormitory, will l c ready for occupancy next fall. The building symbolizes the Millers-ville of the future. The college has been growing steadily through the past ten years and new housing is essential if the growth is to continue. Ksti mates are that by 1970 the enrollment at MSTC will reach and pass the 2.000 mark. Hard Hall—new. modern in every rcs| cct—a symbol of the Millersville that after 105 years is looking ahead towards new horizons.FOREWORD Millcrsvillc Slate Teachers College is meeting the de-mantis of the modern trend in education. This year has shown evidence of this fact by expansion in many areas. Indications of the college expansion arc the new buildings recently erected and a larger student enrollment. Bard Hall, the new men’s dormitory, was built to accommodate the increasing number of men living on campus. ’Hie new Industrial Arts building will provide modern equipment and surroundings for ail Industrial Arts and Art classes. Erection of these new buildings and movement of the ail-ministration offices will lead to the eventual abandonment of Old Main. In the future, students attending the "new Millcrsvillc State College” will not be familiar with the historic Old Main which has housed students and administration since the college was founded, hut will, instead, witness a new and modern building erected on the previous site of Old Main. Academically, expansion is also a keynote to the future. Recent additions to the faculty, introduction of new courses such as Russian, and curriculum revisions have raised the academic status of the College. The college name has also experienced a revision. The hill which was passed by the State Legislature makes the 11 former Teachers Colleges in the Commonwealth State Colleges—thus changing our name to Millcrsvillc State College. However, since the name change came too late, this yearbook must necessarily retain the old MSTC name for this edition. Also with the recent approval of the State Council of Education, Millcrsvillc will offer graduate work in Industrial Arts and Elementary Education starting this summer. We. of the yearbook staff, have tried to depict, informally, the modern Millcrsvillc through the use of pictures and extensive art work. 4cr N TABLE OF CONTENTS Campus Life Administration Seniors Underclassmen . Organizations Sports Activities . Advertisers Page 8 12 34 64 82 104 128 150 . . . An eye to the future DEDICATION’60 Touchstone dedicated to Administrator, Professor l)r. and Mrs. Duncan with their children; Leni. Bill, Jr. and Vicky. In 19-16 Du. William II. Duncan accepted the position as registrar and director of admissions at MillersviHe State Teachers College. In addition he is a professor in the education and psychology department. However, this was not Dr. Duncan's first experience at the college because lie is u graduate of MSTC. Everyone at one time or another meets Dr. Duncan during his years on the campus. He is the first contact freshmen have with MSTC when starting their college career. This personal interview isn’t the last contact with Dr. Duncan. Throughout the college career many students seek his help for scheduling difficulties. Again students meet him in the classroom as a professor. No matter in which position you meet him he is always smiling and has a friendly hello for everyone. He is never too busy to take time out to help a student who may have a problem. Dr. Duncan, in the position as professor, registrar and director of admissions, you have proven yourself to he congenial, helpful and competent. We have chosen to dedicate this the 1960 ToUCHSTONK to you in respect for your services to the students and to the college. Accept this dedication as a token »f our appreciation. Dr. Duncan explains history lo Bill. Jr.MSTC library provides references and place of study for many students. Freshmen Kyvelc Punkas, Nancy Paley, Nina Palmer learn the ropes from their student guide Linda Poor-man. Springtime by the lake provides setting for couple Frank Brenner and Jcanninc Johe.I "What's the good word?" says Joan McGlaughlin to Jack Neal. Frosh Sandy Shrimplin found sanitary solitude as she made a temporary home in the infirmary last September. 9Candid shots depict . . . Dormitory life provides varied activities for Pal Kirchkesner. Pam Conrad and Elaine Branyon. Ex-marine Jim Summar relates past military experiences to freshman Wilma Bat dor f. Visitors stop to admire portrait of President Biemesderfer in the foyer of I„yte Auditorium. 10I)r. Eugene Kohl) congratulate Milton Ranck Janet Sell proves it’s all in the game, and Glen Banner, Millentville'- first two entrants in tin- new graduate school program. Wickersham, the lake, and reflections at night. 11And Passing leaues a Mark . . .’ To the Class of 1960: ll is appropriate that this volume of the Touciistonf.. your book of memories, should open with the congratulations ami good wishes of your Millcrsville friends- -congratulations on the successful completion of the requirements for the baccalaureate degree and certification for entrance into the teaching profession, and the best wishes of all of us for a full measure of personal satisfaction and profound success in your endeavors as teachers. Someone has said that a child is like a sheet of white paper on which everyone who passes by leaves a mark. As teachers you will leave many marks in many lives. Your influence will be subtly powerful in fashioning the thoughts and deeds id hosts of men ami women. It is our ho| e that the marks you leave on the lives you touch hv what you say and do, and what is far more significant, hv wluit you are will be such as to accent only those values which, by the changeless standards of time and experience, are fine and noble and good. Very sincerely yours, D I). I,. Bikmksukkffk. President 14 II)r. A. (i. Breidknstink . . . A desire to serue others' Each ycBr lIn T«li llSTONE attempt to record a partial lii-lory «»f college. For some students this is a four-year history: for others a shorter one. In spite of all of the work which goes into an annual history, however, many worthwhile ex|ierienc« are not recorded, nor even imagined. Somehow the Toll iistoxk historian is handicapped In--cause of the short span of lime and by the intangibles which result from college. How can he predict or record that which achieves maturation from twenty to thirty years after college? And such is the situation in regard to the personal benefits achieved from the mastery of a rigorous college program. For teachers, however, personal benefits are not the onl realizations of a college experience. To have acquired a desire to serve in society’s first profession, and to have used four years in preparation for the task is an enohling experience which usually results in a change of purpose. T«n iisTo.NKs do not record the refining processes which have changed a selfish person into a devoted teacher who gives himself for the enlightenment of the youthful genera-,ion; ,,ow'v-r. Touchstones arc the precious clues which now .in.I ».ir» later amuse chains of memories which con 1 '-'t 1 “liege was and will remain four of the best years of your |jf,. ISMi» Jane I.. Reinluird points out various ways of using perspective in painting. ART Mr. Ronald E. Syktr give advice to Barbara Russell on tire use of pastels. Expression and Enjoyment Mi's Jane I.. Rrinlinrd, Mr. Ronald E. Sykes. Cluinnati. and Mr. Richard B. law discuss revisions in the art curriculum. 16 EDUCATION and PSYCHOLOGY Preparation For Teaching Sophomore Jonn Ihvh receives help from Mi» Edith 15. Rapp concerning the scheduling of classes. Statrd: Miss Mabel Molrcrg, Miss Edith J. Rapp. Mr. Joseph Torrhia. I r. ! ■■ Steinhrook. Mr'. Lillian W. Broome, Mr . Esther lamrey. Stnntling: Dr. PaulIlummcl, Dr. William C. Berg. Dr D.um W. Ncsbit. Dr. Raymond Kidd. Dr. J.imi-r W. Reciter, Dr. ntlion V. Chuiupa, Dr. William II. Duncan, Dr. Eugene K. Robb, Chairman. 17ENGLISH Tools of the Teaching Trade Mr. Joseph E. lilitn and Mr. Louis C. Jcnuing Mop to chat before going to their classes. Members of the English Department relax before a department meeting. 18 Front Row: Mr. Joseph K. Hhen, Mr. R. Shields Metzlcr. Middle Row: Mr . Margaret Woodbridge, l r. Mary A. Brightbill, Dr. Lynwood S. I.ingenfelter, Chairman; Mr. Earle M. Hite. Rack Row: Mr. Charles E. Cutnpston, Mr. Lowi G. Jennings. Mr. William T. Oilier, Mr. William Trout.FOREIGN LANGUAGES Dr. Michael G. Kovach, a member of the foreign language department, listen to a dii cu«ion between Mr. Jay I). Weaver (seated) and senior Ned Benner. Student listen a Dr. Theodore Hupp explain a new assignment. Foreign Tongues, Larger Horizons Seated: Dr. Guy R. Saylor. Dr. Theodore H. Rupp, Chairman; Mm. Beatrice Killoiigh. Standing: Mr. Joseph E. Rhen, Dr. Michael C. Kovach. 19Miss Esther KilhrfTer breaks ground for the new earth science building. GEOGRAPHY The Earth and Its Inhabitants Mr. Richard J. Kopec anti Dr. Unitert N. Ford inspect the construction of a new wint: to the Education and Psychology building. Mi Esther M. Kilbcffer. Mr. Richard J. Kopec, Dr. Robert N. Ford. Chairman.Health, Happiness and Recreation Mr. Kirlurd C. DeHart, Mr. Janion Maurey. Standing: Mr. Raymond C. Mullin. Mr. George A. Kalchmrr. Mr. Eugene C. Groff. Absent: Mr Arthur K iluline. HEALTH and PHYSICAL EDUCATION Dr. Mary Dixon .mil Mr . Kathryn Hill look at the now book writtrn by Coach George Katchmer. Mi'. Kathryn Hill instruct a gym cla in the elementary tchool.The Man-Made Physical World Dr. Hurl N. Osbum, Chairman. stated on desk: Mr. Hugo J. Flora, seated in front; Mr. Clifford Yard, seated on left; Mr. Henry J. Kauffman, seated on right. Standing: Mr. Francis J. Kafka, Dr. George A. Ditlow, Mr. Urban Monical, Mr. Robert G. Hostetler. INDUSTRIAL ARTS Dr. Burl Osborn, Dr. George Ditlow, Mr. Hugo Fiora, and Mr. Paul Eshlrman assemble for a department meeting.Mrs. Esther Whitely. Mrs. 1-aura B. Doc ring. Mis Uabellc II. Huston. Mrs. Mary Jane Todd. Miss Coral E. M«d on. Chairman; Miss Beatrice I). Dalesman. LIBRARY SCIENCE A Storehouse of Knowledge Mrs. Esther Whitely give some pointers to Marilyn Gorlach concerning the use of reference materials. Front How: Mrs. Esther Whitely, Mr?. Laura II. Docring. Mrs. Mary Jane Todd. Hack How: Miss Maria Ackerman, Mis Isabelle II. Huston, Miss Coral E. Melson and Miss Beatrice I). Dalesman.Charir bmbcri and Mr. Robert II Kuthurt dlscu a mathematical problem. MATHEMATICS Multiplying Basic Concepts Dr. (b-orgr II. nderwn. Mr. Robert II. Kutliart, Mr. .Samuel I . Wallace anil Mr. Jay I). Weaver divciiv their favorite field. Mathematic . MUSIC Mi— Mane Caat. organ instructor, practice a new arrangement. Culture with a Bass Clef Mr M.'ly.r FS. IVirtcr, Mix Marie Cast anil Mr. Jame Zwally pause to converse after a l U‘ ilav. Mi" Dorothy T. Hughes, Mt. Mcl rr 15 Porter, Chairman; and Mr. J.nne» K. Zwally.NATURAL SCIENCE tronl Row:r Mr. Harold R. Weirich, Mr. William II. Caulvtell. Mr. Daniel C. Engle. Bad: Row: Mr. George T. Stauffer, Mr. William 1$. Mcllwainc, l)r. Janie E. Koken, Chairman: Mr. John M. Roth, ibstnt: Dr. Catherine Keever, Dr. Ale Hrntlenon. Mr. Richard C. DeHart. Of Earth and Its Satellites Dr. Catherine Keever. Dr. Alex Henderson. Mr. William It. Mcllwainc. Mr. Richard (.'. DeHart, and Mr. William H. Catilwell gather for a science department meeting. Dr. Alex Henderson discusses the results of an experiment with Leslie Kulp and Carl Ernst. 26Front How: Dr. Valborg Fletty, Dr. C Maxwell Myers. Chairman; Dr. Virginia Beck, Dr. George Young. Middle How: Dr. Abram J. Foster, Dr. Michael 0. Kovach. Mr. Charles A. Lord. Mr. Richard C. Keller. Rack How: Mr. David , . Voigt, Mr. Joseph Walker. - Joan Groveling and Terry Groff stop after class to consult Dr. George Young about the new assignment. SOCIAL STUDIES Problems of the Modern World Mr. Richard C. Keller and John Slcincmann discuss a class problem. 27Seated: Miss Charlotte M. Good, Mrs. Mary Jane Todd, Miss Betty Ruth Jenninps, Miss Marian I sen hern. Standing: Miss Elizabeth Jenkins, Mi" Beatrice Smith. Dr. James V. Becker, Principal; Miss Dori Creswcll. Miss Anna ii. Beyer. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION Miss Elizabeth Jenkins practices a new sonn with her students.Pictures — A Neiv Way of Teaching Mr. Hnnalii Allic an«f Dr. V. A. Champa make a l.i-t minute check before a CCTV cla -'-.Friend and Teacher Mr. Freas Downing IN MEMORIAM Teacher, counselor, gentleman, friend. Freas Downing spent his life helping to make his particular part of the world a better place in which to live. In thirty-five years of teaching he had instructed pupils all the way from the first grade to college seniors. At every level his basic aim was the same to do hi » best to facilitate learning. He studied to know his subject well. He gave of his time and energy in whatever measure it seemed necessary to help each student in his class learn the lesson. Mr. Downing believed that the greatest study for any man was to know his Cod. He tried to learn this lesson for himself, and devoted much time to helping others to a spiritual understanding. Could he have chosen his favorite day, it would probably not have differed greatly from his last day of life. He taught his classes at the college, talked to a group of students afterward, went to do some work at the home upon which with his wife he had devoted many pleasant hours. And then with no fuss or ceremony he answered the call of his beloved Master. 30FACULTY INFORMALS Hii-h.iirl Keller of I he Social Studies department (rinht) take time for a conference with -onior Archie Loss. Speech instructor Robert Melzlcr and Charles Cumpston get together for a discussion of cluss problem . Time Out — Between Classes Dr. James Becker looks on a Student Personnel Director Charles Kent (koint out 3n interesting sijtht on campus. Collrge Safety Director Haymond Muilin prepare plan for High School Day on campus. 31Valuable Aid and Seruices ADMINISTRATIVE Mr. Calvin Hnnck. Superintendent of RuUding and Grounds: Mr. Millard Kau I a Repairman; Mrs. Ella G. Pf.iut . See rrlary. Mis- Esther l.cnli-inll. Alumni Secretary. 32 Sailed: Rosemary Eisman. Frances Miller. Mrs. Huldu •"'tine. Siandin c: Mi— Frances Hcinltold, Mrs. Anne Grcidcr, Mrs. Grace Evans. Mr. Lester C»v. Port Master.Mrs. Edna Herr, M. C. I.ehr. Food Manager: Mm. Virginia Heiden-rt iclu Dining Hall Supervisor: Mr' Fannie Click, Dietician, Head Residents: Mis Verna Hill. Mi» Elizabeth Jenkins Dean Valborg Klellv. Mr . Violet Beam«derfcr. Mr . Irene Voivoda. Mrs. Clara Strassbcrger. Mr . Kuril Rutter, Secretary: Mrs. Ruth Brelim, Switchboard Operator.SENIORS ESTHER M. KILHEPFER JOSEPH K. WALKER It might have been called unfortunate when fire broke out in Brooks Hall on the night of the Sophomore Prom, destroying practically all the decorations and instruments as well as damaging portions of the gymnasium. However, in some ways this accident ma be termed fortunate, for it brought out the true working ability of this year’s Senior Class. Not only did each member of the class contribute more than his share of help in meeting costs to cover the lire damages, but the desire for work and participation continued through the remaining years. Constructing pompoms. sponsoring record hops, ami selling refreshments were key points in retaining financial good standing. Graduating this year with the seniors is Roger G. Harley born in 1874. In his lifetime lie has attended four colleges, three universities, and has taught for thirty-four years. He has come back to MSTC this year to receive his degree, lie is of the opinion that Millcrsville is the real “garden spot of the world. As juniors the Ship-Wreck Ball with the many different costumes was a high point in this class’ activities. As seniors. the class members proved to he outstanding leaders on campus. Graduation was both welcome and unwelcome to many after four years of hard work and fun at MSTC. The Senior Ball was the highlight of the year and also the last social gathering of the class as a whole. 'riu- advisers, Mr. Joseph Walker and Mis Ksthei Kil-helTer, proved invaluable in guiding the class through its man) trials and tribulations. Co-operation is Key to Seniors' Success Barbara JrlTrii-, Secretary; Rob V iijjlu, Student Council Representatii e; Dick Sluellrr. 1‘re.sidrnt: I'rr Rhodes, I "usurer; Roberta Scott. Historian. Absent uhrn picture nvii taken: At Itrackbill, I 'ice-president; Norman Fogrl, Student (ouncil Representative.Mount Joy. Pa. M..% VERA E. ALBERT Elementary Kindergarten I'rinuin GEORGE V. ALEXANDER.....................................................Lancanter. Pa. Social Studies- -Geography May- Corresponding Secretary. Alpha Phi Omega; Industrial Art Society; Evangelical United Brethren Club. LOUISE IL ALEXANDER............................................ Miilenvillc. Pa. Elementary—Intermediate May ALBERT A. ALUTIUS.................................................Tower City. Pa. Industrial Arts— Metal May Band: Industrial Arts Society. ANDREW URBAN AMWAY...............................................Drexel Hill. Pa. Sorial Studies - Geography January Social Studies Club; Ba» Jer Geographic Quh; President. Young Republican Club; Intramural . DONALD I- ANDERSON..................................................Red Lion. Pa. Social Studies- Biolog) January Secretary. Men Community ociation: Social Studies Club; Intramural Sport ; Evangelical United Brethren Club; Intercollegiate Conference on Government. LINDA HARRIET ANDERSON . . . Mechank.burg. Pa. Social Studies- English January Welfare Council; Touchstone: Sophomore Cla lli torian: Delta Phi Eta; Women's Community Association Rcpmcntative to United Nation Seminar; Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship; Intercollegiate Conference on Government; Social Studies Club; English Club; Student Guide; A»- etnbly Committee. CONSTANCE N. ANTES.................................................. C«jte ville, Pa. Elementary Kindergarten—Brimary May Vice-Proulent, President, Women' Varsity Club; Welfare Council; Secretary, Awociulion for Childhood Education International; Touchstone; Co-captain, Hockey: Basketball: Intramural Softball; Student Guide; Co-chairman, Big-Little Sinter Picnic. CHARLES THEODORE AXARLIS..............................................Lebanon.Pa. Industrial Arts- Metal May President, Industrial Arts Society; Band; DeMolay. PATRICIA ELIZABETH BACHER............................................Ambler, Pa. Library Science- Soeial Studies May Frediman Cla Treasurer; Treasurer. Alpha Beta lplu: Student Christian Association; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania; Social Studic Club; Touchstone. Hockey; Student Guide. BARTH B. BAILED Social Studies Geography Band; Choir. Lancutcr. Pi May BEATRIX RICKER T BAKER Elementary Intermediate . . . . . Lancaster. Pa. January V ice-l’re idenl, Representative, Women Da Student A -ocialk»n. 37GENE E. BAIOCCHI Bristol. Pa. Industrial Arts—Wood January Newman Club; Industrial Art Society. SANDRA BARNES . Mauheim, Pa. Elementary Kindergarten Primary Augu t Association for Childhood Education International; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania; Choir. GARY H. BECKER.............................................................York. Pa. Elementary May President, Rand; Treasurer, Roddy Scientific Society: Basslrr Geographic Society: Intramural Basket lull and Softball. SUSAN ANGLE BECKER...................................................Lancaster. Pa. Elementary May- Student Education Association of Pennsylvania; Intramural . LEONARD C. BELL........................................................Columbia. Pa. Ceneral Science—Biology May Wrestling; Student Christian Association. EDMUND H. BENNER ....... Uncaster. Pa. English—Spanish May Lutheran Student Association; Xenuphile Society; President, English Club: Associate Editor. Co-Editor, Snapper; Student Guide. BARBARA YEACEK BIGLER.................................................Lancaster. Pa. Elementary—Kinder gotten—Primary May Snapper; Association for Childhood Education International; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania. JAMES H. BISHOP..............................................................Allentown. Pa. Industrial Arts May President, Student Council; Secretary, Vice-President. President, DrMolay; Captain. Basketball; Industrial Art Society; Student Guide. JOAN ELIZABETH BISHOP...................................................Hackeltstown. N. J. Elementary- Intermediate May Association for Childhood Education International; Touchstone; Intramural Sports. LINDA HAAS BISHOP..........................................Thomaston. Conn. Elementary —Kindergarten—Primary May Intramurals; Touchstone. F.LLERSLIE H. BLYLER...............................................Millmbur Pa. Industrial Arts January lndu«trial Art Society; Athletic Trainer. MARY ANN BOLENIUS..........................................Willow Grove, Pa. Elementary - In term ediate May Co-Captain, Hockey; Basketball: Co-Captain, Cheerleaders; Secretary, Women's Varsity C lub; Intramural Sport . 38PAUL R. BOLTZ................................................... .Mathematics— Physical Science President. Mu Kappa Mu; Lutheran Student Association; Intramural Basketball and Softball. I.cbanon, Pa. May SHERMAN H. BOOK Social Studio Guidance I .a nr aster, Pa. January GAIL MARIE BOWMAN..................................................Mount Gretna. Pa. Elementary—Intermediate May Newman Club; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania; Cilamard; Xenophilc Society. ANN 1.0UISE BOYER..................................................Lancaster. Pa. Elementary May Choir; Lutheran Student Association. ALBERT L. BRACK BILL, JR.....................................Millcmville. Pa. Social Studio-Guidance May Football; Baseball; President, DoMolay; President. Student Education Association of Pennsylvania; Treasurer. Vice-President, Social Studies Club; Vice-President. Senior Class. CHARLES BRENDLEY. Ill................................................Norwood. Pa. Biology—Geography May Corre»| ondini£ Secretary. Alpha Phi Omega; Rod and Gun Club; Bassler Geographic Society; Roddy Scientific Society. WINIFRED ADAMS BRIL!...................................................Hcwhcy.Pa. Elementary January LOKIEL BRINTON.......................................................Norwood. Pa. Elementary—Kindergarten—Primary May Choir; Assembly Committee. EUGENE B. BROWN........................................................Lewiwown. Pa. Industrial Arts—.Metal May Industrial Arts Society; Trainer. Sport! ; Intramural Sport.. TRUMAN E. BROWN........................................................Columbia. Pa. Elementary May Band: Student Education Association of Pennsylvania. CAROLYN JOAN BURBANK.................................................Mountainside, N. J. Elementary—Intermediate May Choir; Association for Childhood Education International; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania. MICHAEL BURKE.................................................DuBoi . Pa. Physical Science—Mathematics August Citainard; Newman Club; Intercollegiate Conference on Government; Phi Sigma Pi. 39CAROL ANN KAI.TRITER III)SB'V .... Highspire. Pa. Elementary August Hand; Choir; Lutheran Student A’•‘•octal ion; Student Mucatiim Association »( Pennsylvania: Delta Phi Eta. GEORGE c BUTT . Lancaster. Pa. Industrial Arts May Industrial Arts Society: Newman Club. DOROTHY E. CANTER .... l tncaster. Pa. iMtin English January Choir: Delta Phi Eta. MARYANNE CANTWELI Port Carbon. Pa. Elementary Kindergarten Primary May Secretary. Newman Club; President. Dolphin Club; Association for Childhood education International; Intramural Sports; Tenni . PATRICIA L CAREY.......................................................Dover. Pa. French—Guidance May Xctiopliib- Society; Student Guide: Student Education Association of Pennsylvania: Co-Editor, Snapper. PATRICIA ANN CAVANAUGH.............................................Lancaster. Pa. E nglish — Spanish May English Club; Xrnophilc Society: Newman Club: Touchstone. String En«einble; Representative. Women’ Day Student Association. JAMES R. CLARK ....... Lancaster. Pa. Social Studies Geography May Sricial Studie. Club; Basslrr Geographic Society; President. Historian. Young Republican Club: Xenophile Society; Intercollegiate Conference on Government. PAMELA C. CONR AD.....................................................Newtown. Pa. Elementary—Kindergarten --Primary May Secretary. Freshman Cla‘»: Choir; Student Education Association -if Pennsylvania; Welfare; Student Guide; Student Council; Association for Childltood Education International. JUNE S. COOPER....................................................Talmage. Pa. Elementary —Intermediate May Choir; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania; Vice-President. Delta Phi Eta. ROBERT R. COOPER............................................................Talmage.Pa. Industrial .-Iris August Band; Industrial Art« Society. DONALD C. CORBIN........................................................Lrwbtown. Pa. Industrial Arts—Metal May Wrestling: Football; Industrial Art Society; Varsity Club. ROBERT CORRADINO.............................................................Lancaster. Pa. General Science - Biology. Math May Advertising Manager. Snapper. Roddy Scientific Society: Newuun Club. 40MARY M. COULSON Elementary- Intermediate Akron. Pa. May BARBARA ANN COY . ... New Holland, Pa. .X arsing Education May Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship. NORMAN THOMAS GRAVER ... . Forty Fori. Pa. F.lerne n tan May Football: Captain n( J. V.V, Wrestling. JUDITH A. CRIST...................................................Guernsey, Pa. Library Science -Social Studies May Alpha Beta Alpha; Student Education Association ol Pennsylvania: Associate Editor. Snapper; President. Delta Phi Eta: Lutheran Student Association. CHARLES I.ESUE CRONEBERGER.......................................Lancaster. Pa. Physical Science—Biology January Roddy Scientific Society. CHARLOTTE MAE CRUICKSHANK .... Giatesville. I a. Mathematics English January Majorette; Mu Kappa Mu: Student Education s»ociation of Pennsylvania: Intramural Committee: Intramural Sports. DREW DARRAII....................................................Willow Grove. Pa. General Science Earth Science Aujtusl Football: Basket hall: Swimininte: Haesler Geographic Society. RALPH E. DAYWAI.T........................................................Parkland. Pa. Mathematics Physical Science May Treasurer. Mu Kappa Mu: Intramural Sports. WILLIAM R. DEICIIERT...................................................Crewon. Pa. French English May Student Christian Association; President. Xenophile Society: Football Trainer. GWENDOLYN M. DEI.P.................................................Unsdalc. Pa. Elementary■ - Kindergarten Primary May Band; Association (or Childhood Education International: Co-Captuin. Baskethall; Women's Varsity Club: Intramural . ESTHER M. DENLINGER...............................................Paradise. Pa. Elementary Intermediate January Studrnl Christian Association; Snapper; lnir.iimii.il Soflhall anil Baskethall; Association for Childhood Education International. MELVIN DENLINGER................................................Unca.ter. Pa. Social Studies -Geograph) May Sociul Studies Club; Xenophile Society; Alpha Phi Omega; Red Cross lifesaving 41MERRILL M. DETWEILER......................................................Millmvllle, P . Industrial Arts—B'oud August Student Christian Association; Choir. DAWSON DETWILEK....................................................Manhcim. Pa. Elementary May Association for Childhood Education International; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania. ROGER E. DIF.HI.........................................................York, Pa. Elementary May Student Christian Association; Theatre Art Club; Men’s Varsity Club; Basketball Manager; Intramural Sports; lb«lrr Geographic Society. BARBARA DIET ...........................................................York, Pa. Mathematics -English August Women’s Basketball; Women’s Hockey ; Women’s Varsity Club. PAUL CLIFTON DODSON............................................................Lancaster. Pa. Industrial Aits -Metal August Industrial Arts Society; Baseball. JEANNETTE DOM BACH.....................................................Quarryville. Pa. Elementary May Student Education Association of Pennsylvania; Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship. MARYANNA DUNCAN.....................................................Southampton. Pa. Elementary-Special Education May Secretary and President. Student Christian Association; Vice-President, Association for Childhood Education International; Senior Representative: Choir; Student Guide; Freshman Week Committee; Intramural Sports; Delta Phi Eta. HAZEL S. DURHAM............................................................Lancaster. Pa. Elementary May Association for Childhood Education International; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania: Choir. ANNE E. EASTBURN...........................................................Coatesville. Pa. Elementary May Student Education Association of Pennsylvania; Choir; "Brigadoon”; “Plain and Fancy”; Inter-Fraternity Queen. M. BARBARA ECK................................................................York. Pa. Elementary August String Ensemble; Band; Association for Childhood Education International: Lutheran Student Association; Intramural Sports. JOSEPH D. ECKERT......................................................Richland. Pa. Social Studies - English May Intramural Sport . CARL H. ERNST........................................................Lancaster. Px Biological Science—Geography May Intramural Sport ; Ba »ler Geographic Society; Roddy Scientific Society. 42MARY LINDA EVANS ....... Lancaster, Pa. Elementary May Choir: Association for Childhood Education International; Council, Women's Day Student Association: Lutheran Student Association: Student Christian Association: Student Guide; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania. MATT FARLEY................................................................Elmira. N. Y. Elementary May Footlull; Captain. Wrestling: Secretary. Men’s Community Association; Newman Club. CARL D. FF.RREE...........................................................York. Pa. Elementary May Football: Manager, Basketball; Statistician. Baseball; Association for Childhood Education International; Men's Varsity Club: Track. NORMAN J. FOCEL ....... Lannlowne. Pa. Social Studies Guidance May Veterans Club: Student Guide; Freshman and Senior Representative. Vice-President. Student Council; President. Men' Community Association. ELIZABETH ANN FORREY..................................................York. Pa. Elementary May Vice-President and President. Women's Community Association; Touchstone; Student Christian Association; Women' Basketball; College Safety Committee; Association for Childhood Education International; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania; Big-Little Si»ter Committee; Student Guide; Intramural Sport ; Welfare Council; United Nations Seminar Delegate. PHYLLIS L FOSTER Elementary Millersville, Pa. May SANDRA LEE FOSTER........................................................MorrisviUr. Pa. Elementary May Cheerleading; Touchstone; Welfare Council; Hockey; Association for Childhood Education International; Intramural Sport ; Women’ Varsity Gub. PETER T. FOX.............................................................Middletown. Pa. Industrial Arts January Track. W II.I.IAM R. FRAZEE.........................................................Lcwi lown. Pa. luduslrial Arts Graphic Arts Augu t Industrial Art Society; Veteran Club; Theatre Art Gub; Swimming. MARION ELIZABETH GALLAGHER .... East I-an downe. Pa. Elementary May Women’ Ka-kcthall; Treasurer. Sophomore Class; Women’ Varsity Club; Senior Representative, Welfare Council; Association for Childhood Education International; Student Guide. JUDITH V. GARRETT..........................................................Hanover. Pa. Elementary May Association for Childhood Education International; Newman Club; Secretary. Dolphin Club; Intramural S| rt ; Secretary, Junior Class. NORMA ELSA CEDER.......................................................Willow Grove. Pa. Elementary May Roddy Scientific Society: Student Education Association of Pennsylvania: Association for Childhood Education International. 43(•KAMA VAJDA GOOD ...... Lancaster. Pa. General Science -Science August Student Education Association of Pennsylvania: Student Christian Association; Kmlily Scientific Society; American Scientific Association. FREDERICK M. COMDY Elementary Palmyra. Pa. January JOHN J. CRAY Millemville. Pa. Industrial Arts Track; Manager. Ilaskeiliall. May IDA LOU IIERR GREGG Straskurg. Pa. Elementary Junuarv GENE J. GRt'KIl ....... lanrjMrr, Pa. Industrial Arts -Metal January Industrial Art Society: The American Industrial Art Association; Veteran Club. EAR I. W. GUINTIIF.R.....................................................Uoyertown. Pa. Industrial Arts—Metal May Vice-President. Industrial Art Society; Mm' Var»ity Ilul»; Vice-President. Men' Gommunity Association; Intramurjl ILi'krthull; Tmni : Iota lambda Sigma. PHYLLIS M. HAHN........................................................Mincr villc. Pa. library Science—English January Recording Secretary. Alpha Ik-ta Alpha; Delta Phi Eta; Student Education Asatwialioti of Pennsylvania JANF. .SIDDALI. HAIBACH.............................................Drearl Hill, Pa. Elementary May Student Education Association of Pennsylvania; Lutheran Student Association; Snapper; Association lor Childhood Education Inlentalional. CATHERINE T. IIANDOE.....................................................Coaiavvllle. Pi. Elementary May Snapper; Association lor Childhood Education International; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania; Dumuvc.in Club: lnliainur.il Sport ; Roddy Scientific Society: Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship. ELAINE J. HANKINSON.......................................................Glom»villr. Pa. Elementary May Student Education Association of Pennsylvania. SARA-JOANNE HARDMAN...................................................Prabrook, Pa. Elementary May Student Education Association of PmnsyIvauiu: Association for ( luldliood Education lntrrualioii.il. JANE E. HAKKISON ...... NewCumlierland. Pa. Elementary May Snap ter; Touchstone; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania; Association for Childhood Education International. 44EUNICE T. HEISTAND..................................................Brodhcek . Pa. Elementary "•’V SlriiiK Enormbtr. LOUIS C HENDERSON . . Harrisburg. Pa. Social Sludiet—Mathematics January Social Siudi. - (Jub; Intercollegiate (ion former on Government; Mu Kappa Mu. JAMES EDWARD HERMAN, ..........................................................Windsor. P«. Elementary August Choir; Treasurer. Cilumard: Iklulr Club; Studrni Guide; Association for Childbix d Education rnti-rnution.il: Student Christian Association: “Lady Windennert-' Kan": "You (jtlil’ Take It With You." EDITH C. HERR............................................................Lancaster, Pa. August JAMES M. HERR..........................................................Lancaster.Pa. Social Stadia English May Student Education Association Pennsylvania. KENNETH LEKOY HESS.........................................................Hanover, Pa. Hiological Science Geography May Baseball; Student Christian Association: Treasurer. Men's Gunmunity Association; Intramural Football; Roddy Scienlihc Society; Busslrr Geographic Society; Rod and Gun Club. CATHARINE HII.I...................................................Hamtown, Pa. Elementary May Touchstone: Hockey; Association (or Childhood Education International; Secretary and Delegate at I-irge. Student Council; Secretary, Sopltontore Class; Sweet lieu rt Oueen: Student Guide. MARGARET N. HII.I.........................................................Lancaster, Pa. Elementary May Association lor Childhood Education International; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania: Delta Phi Eta. PATRICIA A. HOFFMAN ......................................................Slatington. Pa. Library Science— English May Vice-President. Alpha Beta Alpha; Vice-Prr idonl, Cituntard. NANCY LOUISE HOKE .... Jonestown. Pa. Elementary August Snapper: Student Education Association of Pennsylvania; Lutheran Student Association. THOMAS GEORGE HOLLINGSWORTH ... Columbia, Pa. Social Studies Geography May Intramural Sports; Bas ler Geographic Sxiely. PATRICIA MAE HOOVER...............................................Hanover. Pa. Library Science Social Studies May- Alpha Beta Mplu; lnlcr- ar»itv (Christian Kellow hip; Student E lueation Association of Pennsylvania 45ELLSWORTH HUGGINS...................................................Brewer. Pa. Industrial Arti -Graphic Arts May Track: Industrial Art Society; Theatre Art Club. PHILIP E. ITZOE............................................................New Freedom. Pa. Social Studies English May Intramural Sports: Newman Club; Baseball; Snapper; Men Var»ity Club: Statistician, FootbslI; Student Guide; Social Studies Club. BARBARA ELIZABETH JEFFRIES .... Ijnsdowne.Pa. Elementary May Treasurer. Junior Class; Treasurer. Senior Class; Treasurer. Women's Gmimunity Association; Co-Chairman. Big-Little Sister Program; Women’ Basketball; Association for Childhood Education International. JEANNINE JOHE.......................................................Palmyra. Pa. Elementary January Band; Student Christian Association: Association for Childhood Education International; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania. GLORIA A. JULIUS Biology —Mathematics York. Pa. May LEWIS E. JURY .... ... Wiconisco. Pa. General Science- Geograph May Vice-President, Scrgcant-at-Arms. President. Alpha Phi Omega; Student Christian Association; Evangelical United Brethren Club; Secretary, Theatre Arts Club; Bassler Geographical Society; Intramural Sports; Inter Fraternity Council. LAMAR JOHN KAUFFMAN...................................................Columbia. Pa. Geography—Social Studies January Football; Basket lull; Vice-President, Men's Day Student Association. PATRICIA B. KEENF........................................................Millcmille, Pa. Social Studies- Library Science May Social Studies Club. CHARLES C KENNEDY.............................................................Millenville, Pa. Industrial Arts August Industrial Arts Society. SHIRLEY ANN KENNEY..............................................Creamery.Pa. Biology- Social Studies May Bodily Scientific Society; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania; Lutheran Student Association; Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship; Cilamard; 1958 College Play. RONALD II. KERR...............................................................Ickesburg. Pa. Industrial Arts—Metal May- Treasurer. Industrial Arts Society; Theatre Arts. S. MARGARET KILE.......................................................Soudcrton. Pa. Elementary—Special Education May Student Council; Student Guido; President. Women’s Varsity Club; Captain, Cheerleaders; Hockey; s«ocialion for Childhood Education International; Newman Club; Intrj-mural Sporty; Black and Gold Handbook Staff 46DONALD W. KILHF.FNER........................................................Ephrata.Pa. Social Studies German, English May Social Studies Club; Xenotdiilc Society: Student Education Association of Pennsylvania: DeMolay (Hub; Business Manager, Opus. LARKY II. KILLIAN......................................................Annvillc. Pa. Social Studies—English May Band; Intercollegiate Conference on Government; Social Studies Club; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania. ALICE E. KLINE ......................................................Lancaster. Pa. Elementary May SUZANNE KLINEDINST.........................................................York. Pa. Social Studies—French May BENJAMIN K. KNEISLEY....................................................Reading. Po. Industrial Arts- Graphic Arts, Drawing January Treasurer, Theatre A its; Veterans Club; Secretary-. Industrial Art Society; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania. CAROL ELIZABETH KNEPP.....................................................Lewbtown. Pa. English Spanish May English Club; Intramural Basketball and Volleyball. JO SUZANNE KN0TWEL1......................................................Lancaster. Pa. Mathematics English May Mu K.tppa Mu; Secretary, Delta Phi Eta; Student Guide; Associate Editor, Co-Editor. Snapper, ROBERT KOPPEHELE........................................................ Lancaster. Pa. General Science- Science May Roddy Scientific Society. ELAINE KOZURA ....... Minersville, Pa. Elementary May Newman Club; Association for Childhood Education International; Bossier Geographic Society. LOUISE M. KR1STICK......................................................York. Pa. Mathematics -English May Mu Kappa Mu; Newman Club; English Club. JOHN MICHAEL KRIWER................................................Lancaster. Pa. General Science —Geography August Football: Intramural Sport . LESLIE A. KULP..........................................................York. Pa. Genera! Science Biological Science May Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania. 47NANCY JEAN LAFFERTY....................................................Unnaier, Pa. Elementary Kindergarten Primary May Choir: llrigadoon; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania; Association for Childhood Edu at ion International. MAE PAUL LAUBER...........................................................Craniville. Pa. Elementary —Kindergarten Primary N|jy Lutheran Student Association. CHARLES K. LEADER.............................................................Altoona. Pa. Industrial Arts—Metal. Drawing May Veteran Cluh; Industrial Art Society: Touchstone; Vice-President. Theater Art : Cm Country; A'icr-Prcuidcnt. Alpha Phi Omega; President, lota l imlMla Sigma. PATRICIA ANN LEE...........................................................Telford. Pa. Elementary Kindergarten Primary August Student Christian A -. «-iation; Association for Childhood Education International. ROXANNE LEHMAN...................................................Pine Grow. Pa. Elementary- Special Education August Secretary. Lutheran Student Association; Asocial ion for Childhood Education International; Manager, Hockey. SUE CAROL LEIBY.........................................................Reading. IV Elementary May laitheran Student Association; Touchstone; Student Education Association id Pennsylvania: Student Cuidr. ELIZAItETH V. LEIGHTON Christiana. Pa. Library Science—Mathematics May Alpha Beta Alpha; Mu Kappa .Alu; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania. ARTHUR A. LESH..............................................................Newport. Pa. Industrial Arts- Wood. Drawing August Industrial Arts Society; Football; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania ARLENE LEVIN............................................................Philadelphia. Pa. English —Social Studies May opus; Snapper; English Club: Citamard. DIANE ELLEN LEWIS..........................................................Havcrtown. Pa. Elementary May Dolphin Club; Snap rer; Association lor Childhood Education International. LEWIS LIEBEKT......................................................LiHi .p - English -Guidance May Palmyra, Pa. Max IRA C. LIGHT Elementary IntermediateLELANI) S. UNCLE..................................................Lebanon. Pa. Bio!off- Physical Science May J. ALAN LITTLE......................................................Sayre. Pa. Industrial Arts—Graphic Arts May Industrial Art Society; Rod and Cun Club. DOROTHEA E. LOGAN...................................................Media. Pa. Elementary—Intermediate May Student Education Association of Pennsylvania; Association for Childhood Education International; Intramural S| ort». ALICE ANN LONG ....... Harrisburg. Pa. Elementary—Kindergarten- Primary May Methodist Student Movement; Association for Childhood Education International. ROBERT B. LORENZ........................................................Lancaster. Pa. English —Biological Science August “Brigadomv"; President, Choir; Basketball; English Club. ARCHIE K. LOSS.......................................................Hanover. Pa. English Social Studies May Feature Editor, Opus; Vice Chuirman. Chairman. Intercollegiate Conference on Government: Vice-President. English Club; Snapper. JOHN HULLMAN LOWDER.....................................................York. Pa. Elementary May GEORGIA CONSTANCE LL'KENS.....................................Croydon. Pa. Elementan Intermediate—French May Citamard: TouchstoneStudent Education Association of Pennsylvania; Association for Childhood Education International; Student Christian Association; Xcnophilc Society. WILMA LEE McCLEARY....................................................Dallastown. Pa. Elementary—Kindergarten —Primary January Student Christian Association; Association for Childhood Education International; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania. JAMES A. MucKENZIE ...............................................I ncasler. Pa. Mathematics Physical Science May DeMoloy; Manager. Trjrk; Student Guide. JOHN T. MADICAN.................................................................Gap. Pa. General Science—Physical Scieni-e January Student Education svx-ijiton of Pennsylvania. JOHN II. MANN......................................................Jersey Shore, Pa. Industrial Arts August Industrial Art Society; Manager, Football; Alpha Phi Omega, Soccer Club. 49PATIENCE J. MARKS Public School Nursing Lancaster, Pa. May JON MARTIN.............................................................York. Pa. Social Studies— English August Social Studies Club; Young Republican Club; Lutheran Student Association; Citamard. BARRY MASON..............................................................Kingston. Pa. Elementary—Intermediate May Vice-President. Band; Choir. MARY ANNE E. MATHIOT...................................................Lancaster, Pa. Elementary—Kindergarten Primary May String Ensemble; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania. RICHARD L MEARIG..........................................Litilz, Pa. Social Studies- - Geography May ROBERT C MEHAN. JR.......................................................Lantdownc. Pa. Social Studies- Guidance May Intramural Basketball; President. Old Main Men's Community Association: Secretary. Phi Sigma Pi; Student Council; Student Guide. MARGARET E. MENTZER...................................................Mrchanirsburg. Pa. Elementary May Touchstone; Basketball; Lutheran Student Association; Association for Childhood Education International. DALE H. MESSERSCHMIDT..........................................MillemUle.P . Industrial Arts Metal January ROBERTA J. MEYER...................................................Philadelphia. Pa. Elementary—Kindergarten—Primary May ■Secretary. Evangelical I nited Brethren Club; Basketball: Association for Childhood JCducation International; Student Christian Association; Student Guide; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania. WILLIAM .MICHALCEW1Z................................................Chester. Pa. Elementary In termediale August Intramural Sports; Veterans Club; Damascene Club. CAROLE J. MILES ....... Glenolden, Pa. Mathematics Geography May Ba »ler Geographic Society; Mu Kappa Mu; Flag Twirler, Bund; Intramural Committee; Intramural Basketball and Softball. ALBERT MILLER Industrial Arts Eliralielhtown, Pa. May 50 Snapper; Industrial Arts Society.BERTRAM MILLER F. lenient ary Choir. Hummel Mown. Pa. May GORDON RAY MILLER............................................Newmanstown. Pa. Biology—Social Studies May Secretary, Men's Day Student Association; Roddy Scientific Society; Baseball; Student Council; Varsity Club; Young Republican Club; Student Guide. ROBERT W. MILLER. JR Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Society. Tower City. Pa. May WILLIAM P. MILLER. JR Mathematics Social Studies . Lebanon, Pa. May CHARLES MINTER English Social Studies English Club; Vice-President. Citamard. . Dillsburg. Pa. May TONY MIOLI Industrial Arts . Crabtree. Pa. May Football; Band; Touchstone, Photographer; Industrial Arts Society. MARY FRANCES MOHANCIK..................................New Holland. Pa. Elementary May Newman Club. .JOHN M. MOORE. Ill.......................................................Lancaster. Pa. Social Studies Geography May Phi Signiu Pi; Ba lcr Geographic Society, Vice-President. DONALD J. MORRISON.........................................................York. Pa. Industrial Arts May Intramural Sports: Industrial Arts Society; Veterans Club; Lutheran Student Association. THOMAS J. MORRISON.........................................................Lancaster, Pa. Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Society; Veterans Club; College Choir. May DEANNA EILEEN MOYER................................................Tel lord. Pa. Elementary May Hockey Team; Varsity Club; Snapper; Association lor Childhood Education International; Lutheran Student Association; Student Education Association ol Pennsylvania; Intramural Sports. JOHN B. MOYER.......................................... Biological Science History Veterans Club; Roddy Scientific Society. laucjslcr. Pa. Mas 5!JAMES B. MURRY Social Studies- Biology Millmvillr. Pa. January EDWIN MYERS............................................................Ml. Joy. Pa. Geography— Biological Science May Ba-slcr Society. WHEDON R. MYERS...........................................................York. Pa. Biological Science—Social Science May Roddy Scientific Society; Phi Sigma Pi. MARY ANN NIXON.........................................................Clairlon.Pa. Library Science—English May Alpha Beta Alpha. Secretary; Student Education Sssociation l Penn»ylvania; Snapper: Student Christian Association: English Club. SON DR V LEE NOR FOR I).................................New Cumberland. Pa. Elementary May Student Education Association of Pennsylvania; Association for Childhood Education International: Xenophile Society; Citamard: Tourhstonr. MARY CAROLYN O BRIEN.......................................................Palmyra. Pa. Elementary May Class Historian; Women’s Basketball; Student Christian Association. IIARRIETTE OREN.....................................................latncaMer. Pa. Elementary May Snapper: Student Education Association of Pennsylvania: Women’s l)a Student Association Council Member. RICHARD B. ORWIC...................................................Red Lion. Pa. Social Studies—Biological Science May Social Studies (dub; Phi Sigma Pi. LARRY W. OSMAN...............................................................Sunbury.Pa. Industrial Arts January Industrial Arts Society; Lutheran Student Association; Var ity Club; Baseball: Veteran- Club. CONNIE LEE OVERLY................................................Peach Bottom. Pa. Elementary January Newman Club. ARTHUR THOMAS OYSTER...........................................................Highland. Md. Industrial Arts August Industrial Arts Society. WILLIAM ROBERT PAUl.....................................................Leek Kill. Pa. Industrial Arts January Industrial Arts Society; Lutheran Student Association; Veterans (dub; Varsity (dub; Baseball. Captain. 52JOHN PETE...............................................................Lebanon. Pa. Hiology—Sociid Studies May I'r.trk; (ini' Country; Newman Club: Student Education Association »( Pennsylvania: Alpha Phi Omega. INCEBORC PRAUSE..................................................York. Pa. French German August Xenophile Society. FRANCES A. QUIGLEY..........................................................Lancaster. Pa. Elementary May Student Education Association of Pennsylvania; Association »( Childhood Education International. FRANCES M. QUINN....................................................Mincnmlle. Pa. Library Science -English May- Alpha I let a Alpha; Snapper; Newman (Hub. LOIS RADER.................................................................Bethlehem. Pa. En tlish- Spanish May College Cltoir; Snapper; Student Education Association o( Pennsylvania; Engli'lt (.'lub. WILLIAM It. RAKER . Morton. Pa. Irul ml rial Arts Industrial Art Society. January VENDLA MAE RAY . . . Morris illc. Pa. Elementary January Student Christian Association. Vice-President; Association for Childhood Education International; Methodist Student Movement. MARY E. YODER REED...............................................New Freedom. Pa. I’hysical Science—Mathematic January College Cltoir. DORIS A. REITENBAUGH.....................................................Potutown.P . Library Science—English May Alpha Beta Alpha: Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship. Secretary: Delta Phi Eta. Historian; Snapper CAROL ELAINE RESSLER ... Lancaster, Pa. Elementary May Snapper; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania; Women’s Day Student Council. LEE R. RHODES. JR.....................................................Yeagertown. Pa. English -Geography August Trjek. Captain: Cross Country: Intramural Sport-. Treasurer; Class Officer. Treasurer; English Club. C. E. RICHARDS English Guidance Miller ville. Pa. May 53 English Club. Vice-President.JOHN A. ROANOKE ....... Shenandoah. Pa. Industrial Arts May Industrial Art Society: Veteran Club; Newman Club. ROBERT S. ROBINSON.......................................................Ardmore. Pa. Industrial Arts May Hod and Cun Club: Industrial Art Society. RICHARD ROONEY...........................................................Altoona. Pa. Physical Science -Mathematics August Intramural S| ort»; Mathematic Club. I.YI.E I. ROSENBERGER History Social Science Elizabethtown, Pa. Augu t MARY LOUISE MILLER ROWE.....................................................WelDville. Pa. Elementary May Association (or Childhood Education International. EDGAR W. ROYER...............................................................Lebanon. Pa. Industrial Arts May Industrial Art Society. Secretary. Vice-President; Phi Sigma Pi. Treasurer: Iota Iaimhda Sigma. Secretary. Vice-President; Student Council; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania; Industrial Art Society. EVA RUDY....................................................................Burcvillc. Pa. Elementary May Women’ Day Room Council: Inter Varsity Christian Fellowship. BAH BAH A JEAN BAI.DORI RUSSKI.I...........................................Millcnville. Pa. Elementary January Association for Childhood Education International: Newman Club. THOMAS II. RUTLAND.............................................York, Pa. Mathematics—Physical Science January BARBARA JOAN RUYAK.......................................................PotUiown. Pa. Elementary May Association for Childhood balneation International; Newman Club. Secretary ; Intramural Sport ; Tennis. JOANNE M. SANDERS...........................................................Palmyra. Pa. Elementary January Lutheran Student Association. ETHEL SCHADT..............................................................Bethlehem. Pa. English Ijttin May Snapper; Newman Club; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania. 54Rl TH I . SCHAEFFER Elementary Lueuier, P . May CHRISTINE FERN SCHANTZ.................................................EIvenon.Pa. Mathematic —English January Mu K.i| |m Mu; Student Christian Association: Student Education Association of Pennsylvania. ARTHUR E. SCHENCK General Science Hiologiatl Science Middletown, Pa. Ma ROBERTA SCOTT........................................................Clark. Creen. Pa. Elementary May Snapper, Cirrulalion Manager: As.oeution for Childhood Education lntrrtiJiion.il; Class Officer. Historian. GRACE SENSENIC.............................................................Millemille. Pa. Elementary January Rand; Inter-Varsity Chri.tian Fellowship; Evangelical United Brethren Club. RICHARD HAROLD SHAEFFER..............................................Myeralown. Pa. Elementary May Claaa Officer, President. Viee-Prewdent; Mm'a Vanity Club, Trea»urer; Basketball; Tennis; Lutheran Student Association; Student Christian Association; Golf; Association for Childhood Education International; Intramural Sports. SAMUEL J.SHAH DA ....... Allentown. Pa. Industrial Arts May Baseball; Industrial Arts Society; Theater Arts Club; Junior Class President; Men's Community Association, Vice-President; Intramural Basketball; Cross Country; Track Manager. ANNA-JANE SIIAULLS..............................................................Eagleville. Pa. Elementary- -Special Education August Methodist Student Movement; Debating Society, President; Association for Childhood Education International. JACK WILFORD SHAW..............................................................Columbia. Pa. Industrial Arts May Industrial Art. Society. CHARLOTTE 0. SHENK Public School Nursing East Petersburg, Pa. August KAY LOUISE SHIFFER.......................................................Lancaster. Pa. Elementary May Women's Day Student Council. Treasurer; Choir; Touchstone: Student Education Association of Pennsylvania; Delta Phi Eta; “Hrigadoon"; Student Guidr; Assembly Committee; All-Slate Choru . CAIL JOYCE SHIPTON................................................Crove City, Pa. Library Science—English May Alpha Beta Alpha; Snapper; Student Christian Association.MARGUERITE THERESA SHOEMAKER . . . North Olmsted. Ohio Social Studies. Latin May Newman Club; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania; Social Studies Club. ROBERTA LOUISE SHOWALTER Elementary Hershey, Pa. January PATRICIA ANN SIMES........................................................Pomeroy. Pa. Elementary May Snapper; Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship; Touchstone; Association for Childhood Education International. JOHN T. SMAII.F.R............................................................l-m»downr. Pa. Industrial Arts May Ba kctl all; Track; Veteran Club, Finance Officer. LORETTA MARTINA SMITH.......................................................Newport. Pa. Elementary January Student Christian Association; Aswteiation for Childhood Education International. WILLIAM II. SMITH..............................................York. Pa. iMtin- English May English Club; Xenophilr Society; Touchstone. S|mrt» Editor; Cilamurd, Vice-President. EDITH PATRICIA SMYTHE............................................Peach Bottom. Pa. Elementary May Marching Band; Concert Band; Student Christian Association; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania; Debating Society. Secretary; Association for Childhood Education International. ELLIOTT SNITZER.....................................................Philadelphia. Pa. Mathematics Social Studies May Veterans Club; Citamard; Soccer Club; Mu Kappa Mu. CYNTIIIA MAE SNYDER ...................................................York. Pa. Elementary January Student Christian Association. Music Chairman: Association for Childhood Education International. Co-Publications Chairman; College Choir: Snapper; String Ensemble; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania; Delta Phi Eta; Xenophilc Society: Evangelical United Brethren Club. DARLENE ROMAINE SNYDER..............................................Rebuck. Pa. Elementary August Collrge Choir; Lutheran Student Association; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania. DAVID H. SPAHR...........................................................Gdlingdalc. Pa. Industrial Arts August Industrial Arts Society; Alpha Phi Omega, Alumni Secretary,Treasurer; Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship. President. DENNIS M. SPANCAKE...........................................................Millmville, Pa. Industrial Arts May Industrial Art Society; Isoll Manager; Track Manager; Rod and Cun Club. 56JOHN J. SPLEEN.......................................................Schuylkill Haven. Pa. Social Studies -English May Track: Intramural Basketball; Mu Kap| a Mu: Social Studies Club. DARLENE CATHRYN SPONSELLER........................................Gettysburg. Pa. Elementary August Lutheran Student Association. Treasurer; Debate Club: Snapper: Association (or Childhood Education International: Della Phi Eta. ROSALIND M. SPRENKLE..................................................Red Lion. Pa. Elementary January Sludrnt Christian Association; Citainard; Association for Childhood Education International; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania. SYDNEY MARGARET STACEMYER.................................................York. Pa. Library Science French May Alpha lleta Alpha: Xenophile Society; Snapper, String Ensemble; Citamard. ANTHONY J. STAN IN AS..........................................................Scranton. Pa. Industrial Arts May Theater Arts Club. Secretary ; Veterans Club; Industrial rt« Society. GEORGE P. STARKEY.................................................Red Lion. Pa. Social Studies Biological Science May Social Studies Gub. PAUL O. STEELE Elementary Millersville. Pa. January SYLVIA S. STEFFY........................................................Reading. Pa. Elementary May Student Education Association of Pennsylvania; Delta Phi Eta. JULIA A: STEHMAN..........................................................Straoburg. P . Elementary May Student Education Association of Pennsylvania; Association for Childhood Education International: Student Christian Association; Citamard. BERNARD EDWIN STEIN........................................................Ycodon.Pa. Social Studies -Physical Science May- Theater Arts Club, Pie-ident; Var»ity Wrestling Manager: Intramural Football. JOHN W. STEINEMANN...............................................Ixmoync. Pa. Social Studies English August Touchstone; Alpha Phi Omega. Treasurer. President; Young Republican Club, Vice-President. Treasurer: Varsity Club; Track; Dc.Molay Club. SUZANNE STERNER.....................................................Red lion. Pa. Elementary January Student Christian Association: Association for Childhood Education International; Student Educ ation Association of Pennsylvania. 57CAROLYN RAAN STRIEBIC..................................................York. Pa. Elementary May Citantard; College Choir; Intramural Sport ; Student Christian Asocial ion; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania; A ociation for (Iltildliood Education. M. CAROLE STROHMETZ......................................................Havertown. Pa. Elementary May Association for Childhood Education International; Touchstone; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania; Intramural Sport . ROBERT STRONG.............................................................Elmora. Pa. English - Social Studies May Varsity Club, President; English Club; Football. BARBARA JUDITH STROIJP..................................................Philadelphia. Pa. Elementary August Snapper; Association for Childhood Education Inteniational; Lutheran Student Association; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania. DIANA RAMPULLA SWOPE................................................MillcrwlUe, Pa. Biological Science—English May Women's Varsity Club: Newman Club; Roddy Scientific Society. Secretary; Snapper. DONALD B. SWOPE.......................................................Millemville. Pa. Social Studies— English May Football; Roddy Scientific Society; SwintininK Hub; Social Studies Club; Alpha Phi Omega. ROBERT C. TIEHEl....................................................Ridley Park. Pa. Social Studies- English May Intramural Sport ; Stuilcnt Council. CAROLYN TOMLINSON . . . Richlmro, Pa. Elementary May Student Christian Association; Inter-Varsity Christijn Fellowship; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania: Association for Childhood Education International. RONALD !.. TRIMMER................................................York. Pa. Social Studies Geography- Driver Education January Varsity Basketball; Student Assistant Basketball Coach. ANNA MARIE TROII.O..................................................Potuville,Pa. Elementary May Newman Club. LELIA PAULINE UMBERCER..................................................Stcwartstown. Pa. Elementary January Rand; Student Christian Association; Association for Childhood Education International; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania. MICHAEL VALLDES............................................................Lancaster. Pa. Biology -Social Studies August Tenni Team; Varsity Clul». 58FRANCES 1- VESCIO.........................................................Sewickley, Pa. Elementary May Nrwin.in Club; Association (or Childhood Education International; Intramural Spurts. C. WAYNE WACAMAN...................................................York. Pa. Physical Science -Social Science August Band: Student Christian Association. GERTRUDE ANN WALLACE................................................Gap. Pa. Social Studies Geography -May Bii »Icr Geographic Society; Band. SHIRLEY ANN WEAVER............................................Glen Rock. Pa. English - French May English (Hub: Newman Club. SAUL WEINSTEIN.......................................................New Kensington. Pa. Library Science--Social Studies May Alpha Beta Alpha. President; Veteran- Club; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania; Theater An (Hub. LOUISE PATTON WENGER.................................................Elizabethtown. Pa. Elementary January Student Council; Women’s Community Association: Welfare Council. Treasurer. SARAH EI.I.EN WILLIAMSON German Social Studies Lancaster. Pa. May LEO JAMES WINGLE..............................................Schuylkill Haven. Pa. Mathematic — Physical Science May Footkill; Track. Co Captain: Varsity (Hub; Mathematic Club. BARBARA BURBANK WISDOM..................................................Haverlown. Pa. Elementary January Student Education Association of Pennsylvania. GORDON B. WOLFER.......................................................I-anraster. Pa. Industrial Arts August Industrial Art- Society. 0. DALE WOLGE.MUTH.......................................................Grantham. Pa. Industrial Arts August Iota I-iiuIhI.i Sigma, Secretary; Rod and Gun Club. Treasurer: Industrial Art Society; Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship. LOUISE FRANCES WORLEY.......................................................Lancaster. Pa. Elementary May College Choir: Evangelical United Brethren Club; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania; Association for Childhood Education International. 59STEPHANIE A. WOZNEY...............................................Northumberland, Po. Elementary May Snapper: Student Christian s«icialion. Program Chairman; Student Edueation Association of Pennsylvania; Association for Childhood Education International: Intramural S|»ort«: College Choir: Xenophilr Society. Treasurer ROBERT H. WRIGHT..............................................................Morton, Pa. Elementary May Junior Class Vice-President: Student Council: Intramural S|M rt-. WILLIAM K. WlIRST............................................................Philadelphia. Pa. Industrial Arts May KoOtltall; Track: Industrial Arts Society; Swimming Manager: Snapper; Intercollegiate Conference on Government. CONSTANCE YEAGLEY.......................................................Myenrtown. Pa. Elementary January Marching Band; Concert Band: Association (or Childhood Education International: Student Education Association of Pennsylvania. RONALD R. YODER...........................................................Huntingdon. Pa. Industrial Arts May Industrial Arts Society: Theater Arts Club. Vice-President; Student Education Association of Pennsylvania. DONALD E. ZEICI.ER.................................................................Dover. Pa. Industrial Arts January' luduvtti.il Arts Society: Rod and Cun Club. MARCELLA ZERCHER......................................................Columbia. Pa. General Science—Science May Newman (dub; Ba-cder (Geographic Society; Roddy Scientific Society. Secretary. JOSEPH ZONDI.O Industrial Arts Newman Club: Industrial Arts Society. Plymoutli. Pa. August JOAN ZWAAN..................................................................Morton. Pa. Elementary May New man Club: ssoi iation for Childhood Education International: Student Education Association of Pennsylvania; Dolphin Club, Historian. 60SENIORS NOT PICTURED BANNER. GLEN .S. BIELO. SHIRLEY M. BINDER. I’AI L BRADY. GERALD DASHER. RALPH C. DEANEK, JOHN DEEC. RICHARD DEILY. MRS. DOROTHY EORRY. RICHARD FlIDEM. MRS. LEAH G. CODDLING. JOHN GOOD. MRS. MARTHA I GRUBER. ROBERT HARLEY. ROGER HESS. DOROTHY HOLDEN. ALAN E. HI CUES. WILLIAM J. JENKINS. MRS. ELIZABETH V KERBAUGH. JOHN M KISE. VIVIAN KLINGER. THOMAS LEWIS. MRS. BARBARA MeINTYRE. RICHARD C McKEAGUE, HARRY L. MOORE. CHARLES II. PATTISHAI.1, ANNETTE PRESTON. HENRY A. PRICE. WALTER V. REINHARD. FREDERICK RILEY. WILLIAM BOEDER. W ILLIAM E. ROSS. GEORGE W. ROTHKNBERGER. MRS. ELSIE RI FE. II SI " N SANFORD. MRS. ALICE SIIENK. MRS. BEATRICE SKONIEC .KI. STANLEY SNELL, WOODROW STETTF.R. EVA M STRICKLER. WILLIAM SWARTLEY. ROBERT K THOMAS. Rl TH THOMPSON. MRS. ELIZABETH W TYSON. DOROTHY C. W LI.ACE, JANE L. W'EIDMAN. SANDRA WHITE. JOHN R ZARFOS. WAYNE ZIGLER. MRS. PATRICIA ZIICH. KATHERINE Seniors: Judy Garrett. Fran Veneio, and Barbara Ruyak «lop In chat wit It Dr. Roy Slrinbrook and Mr. Earle Hite during halftime of a football game. Darlene S|«.n ellrr, Pal Carry. Roberta Scott and Barbara Ru «ell di«eu » an nrticlc in the Snapper. Juniors: Barbara Much. Brit W'rinmann and Sally Bearer enjoy a di cu - iun with Roger Harley. MSTC's olde t senior. 61 WHO’S WHO The highest honor that a Millersville senior can obtain is a place on MSTC’s Who's Who. To he selected as a member of this honor roll, a senior must have performed outstanding feats during his college career. Scholarship, service, constructive participation in activities, and contributions to student government are the criteria upon which the members of Who's Who are selected. To these seniors who made this year’s Who’s Who, the college gives sincere congratulations for their having achieved fine records and expresses thanks for their contributions to MSTC.Outstanding Seniors named to I960 Who's Who MARYANNA DUNCAN ROBERT MEHAN NORMAN FOGEL DALE MESSERSCHMIDT PAMELA CONRAD ELIZABETH FORREY KAY SHIFFER 63DR. VIRGINIA BECK "Harvest Moon” Shines on Juniors JUNIORS social committee was formed, similar to the one which functioned the previous year, to take care of the class’ activities throughout the year. This committee in turn handed out jobs to the member of the class. The committee, of which Ann llelverson was chairman, must Ik commended on the splendid jolt they did to make the Junior Class’ dances a grand success. 'Hie main activity was the many record dames which were held in the Rat Race. The highlight of the year was the Junior I'rom, held on November I I. 1959, ill Brooks Mali. The entire environment lived up to its theme, ‘‘Harvest Moon." All in all. the Junior Class had a successful year in activities. In addition, an asset to the class was John Brice’s jokes in class meetings. He was the class' great morale-boosting President when things seemed to be a little dim. Dr. Ifcjck and Mr. Rhen continued us class advisers l.iii) MrKrely, 4.4iv Wendt, Nancy Fland er». I.r-stcr Miller ami Ann Rudolph patio- heinem cIik-m-. in ihr Pal Knee where tin- elite meet .mil eat. (airl Von Slctlrn, Vice-I’rcsident; John Price. President; Dave Faux, Treasurer; Barham Beeker, Student Council; Jo Anne Kunkel. Student Council; Nancy Royer, Secretary; Jane Smoker. Historian. JOSEPH K. RHEN Nancy Flanrlenr, ('.relehen Deieln-rt. Ilarh Hrauvht. and Belle W'einmann concentrate on |iinochle. Front Row: Janet Daub, Barbara Spolar, Donna Shue, Sandra Wineiniller, Charlotte Picone. Middle Hvie: Shirley Wallach. Top Row: Mary Ellen daddy. William Cotwald, Dclmif Bower , Robert Pretty man, Paul Rodger . Dolores McKenna. Front Ron. J.im-t Dcllurt. Emilio Abel, Sally Bearer, Gerry Olshef--ky. Carol Beriter, Baba Much, Belt Wcinmann, Helen Nohren-hold, Mary Ellen Valter. Back Row: Dick White, Ken Croto. Conrad Stnm| f, George Breslin, Harold Waller, George Riggs. Karl Sluffrr, Edward Barden. Front Row Virginia Crook. Ruby James. Second Row: Inez. Porker, Jane Smoker, Priscilla Wallace. Patricia Bord, Neala Eylcr. Patricia Bver . Third Row: Susan Zecli. I lets) dourtle- . Sally (•rimes. Top Ron: Pat Kirchkea-ner. Robert Wolfe, Mary Jean l.illard, tarry Shenk, Roxanne la-liman. Jojnn Cehinan. Pot lainglcy. Front Row: Kay Sharpe, tai Adams, Virginia doering. Gail ilker, Barbara Vondercmtie, Sally Deputy. Middle Row: Joan Pringle. Elgie Miller, Ncdra Slen-ker, Corolvn Kohler. Top Row: John Cmaro. Ron Marcello, l-or-ry Hoover. John Rice. 67Front Rous: Debbie l.nr«r, Barbara Price, June Wolfe, It.irh.n.t Bratmlil. Joyce Ixdlvrich, Cary McFrely. Middle Row: Nel oti Weber, Ken Fegely. Top Row: John Paviirk, Don Krh, Edward Barden, Dale ladier. Jack Trimbath. From Row: Relu llurri», (jrolr laick. I.uura Rich, I.nulii Knnibler, Joyce Donohue. Middle Row: Kathy HrUey, Ann llelvmon. Ella Graham. Top Row: Ingrliorg Pratm . Jeunnine Menlzrr, Farrell Tlioni|i«on, Fran Rixxuto, llaviii .iinincnnan, Loirne Spruitenburg, Marilyn Getlach. From Row laiui- Berks! rewr, Peggy Tanner, Sandy l.urioiii, Mary June Smith. Eileen Heller. Barbara Stalker. Middle Row: Toni Brown. Jane Bit .-man. Pat Warner, Barbara Becker. Top Row: John Price. Gary Wendt, Wall Ferry. Dave Wardrop, Jack Webb. Front Row: Sylvia Huchrrt, Gail Bob •lei. Second Row: l.inda Poorinan, Ro lierta Haiti. Janet Grolf, JoAnn Kunkel, Joyce Feiinterinnclier, Elaine Shaffer, Gait Gcnnuri. Third Row: RusmII Fob . Jane Nevin. Top Row: George llollen-den. Jack Neal. Robert E |«o»ito. A. S. C'iarrocea, Denrii Teller. Jim Kline.Front Hoie: Carole Buck, Ann Kuilolph, Mao-Jane Hagcy, Patricia Sna»ely, Jane Young. Ifr'rf-die How: Kilwin Millrr. To i How: Bol Thninp-M n, Lee Knnlili.nl, Elmer l.oiiKneekcr. Harold Halley, Khodcwi Crowder. Front How: Amy Knrlbler, Janet Wauitaiuan, Karhara HuohonK. Mary Ann Felly, la i« Julius Second Hon Mary Alice Dirhin. Third How: Pal Fair, Helen Schuler, Marie Deihler, Kalliy Harlentiinr. Top How: Arlene Hraiming. Tmu Lynn. Hill Mixon. Front How: Joan Doekey, Ingehorn Cuddlier, Nancy Klinefelter, Shirley Moore, Judy Crahaiu, llarhara E he node. Middle How: l.ynn l.iehrmian. Toi How: Julie Krixxrll, Linda McNeely, Houald Kddeman. Linda Smoker, Jim llarl, John Slam-iHMdian. Vidor Scuiiko. Front How: Virginia Cladfeller. Joan Kearns Nancy Slitrhbcrry. Linda llofmciMer. Middle How: Nancy Steven . Elaine Branyau. Top How: John Toll. Jim Suminar, Andy Itryanl. Dale Hoff. Ken IlirneiM-n, Hulh StevensMeyerson New Leader of Sophs ISABELLE B. HUSTON DANIEL G. ENGLE SOPHOMORES W hen the sophomores returned to Millersvillc to begin their second year of college, they found a new man as their leader in the personnago of Stuart Meyerson. Two other new faces were those of the class advisers. Miss Isabelle Huston and Mr. Daniel G. Engle. On December 5 the class of 1962 sponsored an informal dance in the Student Center. A money-raising project, the record dance was the sole activity of the class during the first semester. The dance that was the highlight of the year for the sophomores was their prom. It took place on March 5 ami was scmiformal. Instead of having a professional decorator, the class decided to lr its hand at decorating Brooks Hall. The sophomores also continued their tradition of selecting a class queen at each of the four proms it sponsors throughout its four years at MSTC. So after two years at Millersvillc the class of 1962 could look forward to next year and the big plunge into major and minor course subjects, a prelude to student teaching. Front Row: Jeannette Brchtold, Treasurer; Sue Marklcy, Historian; Stu Meyerson. President. Middle Row: Betsy Allen, Student Council; I ha tie Anxlr. Secretars. Top: Tom Weirich, Vice-President. Bob Wissler and Cur Miller do some last minute cramming in the "Race."Front Row: Sieve Hcnch, Jean Wells Judy Moteltaeh, Jeanie West. Joan Part “eh. June Talpcy, Ann I .inca weaver. Middle Row: Jo-Mjph Koluir, Barbara Erwin, Sonia Shinier, Shirley Oh , Kirk ililzelbcrgcr. Top Row: Bob Ware ha in. Diane Zo ok. Sue Sehiele, Hmhann Weiler. First Row: Bandy Bauer, Bonita I wine. Sandra Woodward, Mary nn Danko. Kalhy Jrr«teadl. Jes-“ie Shull. Middle Ron: Duyle Kline, Ann Hollund, Joyce Ramc , Gale Genslcr, Marlene Lurkcnhau;th, Jane O'Hara. Top Row: Bonald Suavely, Doug Mul-lin», Jim Hiley, John Sladieka. Roliert Schweiger Front Row: Ka Kleinfelder. Billy Andrew . Joyce Bavier, Jane Warner. Bel»y Dillon. Judy Jlidgr. Second Rote: Gail Mor i«, Janice Rocco, Joan Crevelinit. Joan Davi“. Mary Ann Buckwal ler. Dolores Rehrcr. Third Row: George Beider, Joyce Shuncr, Joan King, Anna Barick, Joyce Shnik. Front Row: Dave KnUcly. Ronnie Rosa. I»i« Fuhrman, Joan Geinmel, Kalhie Koon . Belay Allen. Second Row: Beverly Bingn-man, Beverly Zeller, Mary I’arr. Ihmii.i Fiwel, Kalhy Menge . Third Row: Frank I.andrum. Judy Robertson. Kay Vandergrift, .''in- Miller. Ellen Paul. 71Front How: Bonnie Hare. Judic Handy, Elaine Groff, fat Hart-ranfi, Zafcrula Valudes, Arthur George. Middle How: Maryann Scbonour, Rliodu Wiker, James Herr, Joan Schantz, Gary Miller. Tom Amidon. Top How: Ted Jarrell, Boli Gilbert. Gary Bell. Jim Lcaman. Front How: Rosemarie Pogwint, Herts Kssch, Stephanie Yurcic, Vernon Hilbert. Donald Aston. Second How: June Fenstcrnuiker, Julie Hollingsworth, Sonia Spon-seller. Lonnie Klirhart, Dale Unger. Third How: Dale llempfing, Joan Welch. Grafton Brslwon. Top How: Ed Zellers. Rill Grove. Pierce Woodward. Front How: Julia Snyder. Nancy Col (dial 1. Judy Murphy, Janet Cauftield, Diane Kncrr. Glen Bad-orf. Middle How: Nancy Eich-holtz. Peggy Kriehel. Joan Me Glaughlin, Sandra Zepp. Carolyn l.uithlcn. Geraldine Balthaser, Elizabeth Cross, Sylvia Solliduy. Top How: Laurie Rissingcr, Carol Grain, Helen Weir. Joyce Hess. Jane Kimlde, Deanna Myers. Front How: Pat Schenk. Sue Schenk, Brenda Bcchtold. Kay Kauilniiin, Sandy Stormfeltx. Stu Meycrson. Middle How: Joyce Weaver, Kay Stratford. Lois A. Blouch, Margaret Schroedcr. Patricia Axe, Tom Weirich. Top How: Susan Keylor, Phoebe Rudy. Pat Shilling. 72 ill 1 ------------------------ i S!!?J'in Front Hour Zee Rodkey, Nancy Thompson, Anne Keefer, Helen Hciscy. Je.ui-nolle Beelitold, Preston Miller. Middle Hoit: Carol Anderson. Ann Vinyard, Vijn Vilols, l.indn Ixing, Beverly Arlin, John Nied. Foil How: Barry Cirvin, Koii Davis, Linden Crawford. Vivian Pan»i-no. Nelson Chit feller. Front How: John lie--, Judy Filliev, Barium Meek. F.I.iinr Strauss. Martha Minnie. Beverly Bricker. Second Ron David Miller. Roliert K.iriek, Wilbur mund, Ruth Ann J ne». Lorraine He , Kdilh llidderncn. Third How: Steve Zolomij, Don Feiler. Harvey Sirk. Torn Sponauitle, Fred Cover. Front How: Leon Cile, Yvonne Limbeil. Nancy Pfeiffer, Barbara I ijjlil. Sue Drayer, Evelyn Meloll. Middle How: Edward Sever. Frank Thomas. George Simplon, Carolyn l-averiv, Edna May Nichols, Buih Calhoun. Top How: Will Riv-er. Glenn Shaffer. Dave Cnimhinr, Laura Lee Marlin. Dollie Annie. Front How: Boh Aronsohn, Built Spil- .er. Marcia Weddell. Pal Forlev, Su .v Gilbert, Carole Paydock. .Middle How: Pat Ycaricks. Carol Famous, Caroline Davis, Ginny Davenport, Sue Markley. Carol LaMori. Top How: Marge Hoff-nun, Sharon Drvhred. Rhoda Shenk. Nancy Keneaey. Frances Yonce. 73Over 500 Frosh Invade Campus FRESHMAN CLASS Who xhouird “Air RiidT LOUS C. JENNINGS William « JuumIktn Treasurer; J.mr K. n-luw. Secretary ; Jim -artnll, President; Dawn Slirrman. Historian; Tom Kouxrr, Student Council; Kay !{•-• plof-lc, I'ice-Preudenl; Absent, | .n Yulia . Student Council. I BEI I. MOBEKG I'lic pep mid -piril exhibited i y the Frcslinum class this year was an unusual example of (lie "togetherness" which can only lw found when over 500 uninitiated “frosh” meet for the first time and unite for protection from unknown experiences and upperclassmen. The year commenced with a scries of the traditional line-ups. which helped the class to liecome a well-coordinated, closely-knit group. The coining of foolhall season provided an excellent opportunity for tlje class In unify as a "frosh” cheering section. Election time roller! around with much competition ami campaigning. Above the other ipialiiicd contestants, rose James Carroll to the presidency. To supplement his leadership was the executive cabinet including Kay Rcploglc as vice-president. Jane Renshaw as secretary. W illiam Chambers as treasurer, and Dawn Sherman as historian. The representatives to Student Council were Tom Rouzer and Pat Yulias. Besides having strong leadership in the student officers, the class advisers. Miss Mabel Mobcrg ami Mr. Louis Jennings, proved to be a great asset to the class through their guidance in class affairs. The big night for these “wishy-washy, namby-pamby. Ilen-bitten, lowly, feeble algae called ‘frosh’" was the Freshman Prom held on Junuar) 30 ill Brooks Hall. The theme of the dance was “Blue Sands." The committees worked hard throughout the first semester to make this special night a success. Vdding up the experiences of their first year at Millersville most freshmen agreed that the orientation program did much to gel the class members settled down ami prepared for their opening days in college. 74Front How: Charlotte Spinel la, Janet Beainc»derfer, Emma Mav rr, Sylvia Hauer, Terry Oiilt. Mid-dir How: Carol Komi);. Becky Ruof, Patricia Younts, Gail Healey. Monroe Tunnel I. 7 »; Row: Alice Garrett, Sandra Oniucliak. Robin Ketscrise. Front How: Frederick Wajsainan, Joyce Hc». Shirley Roth. Ro»e ( lav ick, Janet Wider. liddlr. Ho if: RoM-rnary Plate, Betty C.hannell, Margaret Wentz, Marjorie Snyder. T« » How: Kim Henry, Earle Slmw. Front How: Harold Shriner, Su-•an Kaufhold. Betty Sandonc. Ruth Robert . Magdalene Her-leth. Audrey Kern re r. M iddlr How: Thoma Cri»l. Barbara Martindalr. Marion Cadi, Veda Noel, Judith ai«prr, Sandra liar-noon. Top How: Wayne Spoil-M'ller, Konald Sheitzer. Richard Shoemaker. Kuisene Maute. Front How: Bill Skelly, Unda Ognilietic, Nancy IVrjsu on. Jacqueline Sanche- , Barbara Croyle. fiddlr How: Janie- Stahlman. Harold hauler , Julia Brumbaeh, Judith Burdick, Joan Curli . Top How: Kenneth Gibble, Kenneth Graham. Franklin Janie . 75Front Row: Judith Poornian, Joan Hamilton. Elizabeth Kiwh-lein, Joyce Brighthill. Middle Row: Dawn Sherman. Judith Baker. Alice Bollinger, Nancy Wolfe, Donald Kauffman. Top Row: Con»taner Huhman. Sue Kavlor, Vivian Holler, Thomu Nickl.iu-. Front Row: Michael Slauh, Dor-ru Bortner. Marcia Berlin. Ar-dine Herring, Mary' Jane Cilliert. Middle Row: Karen Aidikar, Paula Gciscr. Sylvia Hinkle. Nancy Ileffclfirmer. Top Row: Janet Eckel. Glenda Met Hoary. Iron! Row: K mc Miller. Lola Kin«. Joanne Foy. Mary Schreiner, Andrew Fanok. Middle Row: Emma Zimmerman. Juan Camp-hell, George McLean. Jame. Kiddle, Lonnie St el I. Top Row: Kmi-aid Wul»h. Frederick Atlick. Henry Kwialkov ki. Barry Ersek. Front Roic: Nancy Boligil .. Mary Brice. Inez Sirnonclli. Margaret I'aiodn. Middle Row: Kluinr Tindall, Arvella Pennington, Esther l ily, Dorothy Snyder. Top Row: Audrey Swift, Barham Rogers, Joanne Hupp. Candyn Showalter. 76Front Hon : John Rylee. Dorolhee VVol-Barbara Matecr, Joan Shaffer, I.in-•l.i ljorrn in, Nancy follow. Middle How: Joseph Korrrv, Gerald Faust. Betsy Win-trad. Harriet Kohlhrenncr, Annr Siracusi'. Judith Meloy. Top How: l.oe ShofT, Donald Wravrr. Krnnrlh Ger-hard, John Good Front How: Bradley Miller. Helen Currie, Su nnnc Holl man, Helen Dean, Betty Kline. Middle How: Barney Ben-tier, Lynda Stanisliiw. Roberta Dean. Barbara Gruber. Top How: Robert Rice. Jack Shaub. John Bowl they. Patrick Scheffer. Front How: Thomas Hall. Mary Recti, rlcnv Roucn atlm, Evelyn Miller, Margery Gilderslreve. Iliddlr How: Julie Nye. Barbara Kohn. Mary nn Koro-ccz, Doris IVnla, Susoii Nelson. Top Houk Theodore Miller, Joseph Pisrh, Jay Kulp. Front How: Anne Kellv, Barbara Matthew-., Barbara Devon port, R-llu Cipe, Yvonne Hci ey. Dcnni» Simmons. Mid dir How: Patricia Myers, Barbara Hem-pel. Corole Herb, Mary Ann Spi. nkle l.auranee Carter. Euttcue Wile. Top How: Edward Hine, Cbri» Abbott, Alton Davis, Richard Kokat.Front Row: Cinny Dori« Holley'. Chris- line .iulli.1.1, Wilm.i Ratdorf, Richard For«u-•on Middle Row: Gail Bennett, Julia Beck, Georgia Lehman, Marten Hickman. Alexander I’hillipv Top Row: lami Lul.unuTJ, Natal -Tarchino, Joseph Spila. Ku--»-ll Frit . Joseph ndrrejczyk, Madiwm Heppe. Front Row. Mary Sliafler, Ruth Sponcakc. Mary Gouker, Joan House, Salvator - Roduno. Middle Row: Barham Sc -hri t. Beverly Roberts. Sidney Ammon. Linda KautTman. Judith King. Charles Work inner. Top Row: Richard oiley. Stern Rclnr. K«y Rauch, Thomas Beck. Front Ron : Ruth ( rum. Jmliih Kelley. Linda LotiRcope, Lorraine Have-. Christina WcnlreJ. Haul Griffin. Middle Ron Charlotte Schaum. Barham Gcndunan, Jo Becker. Carl Seldom-ridge. W illiam Fuhrman. Thnma Kins,. Top Rou : Ross Burkinan. John Gilpin, Bill Gallagher, Jarne Key . Front Row: Boh lwine, Nina I'altner. Marjorie Rowell, Betsy Ri-inholt, Judy Noll. Middle Row: Michael Weaver. Joann DeardorfT, Judy Gassncr. Sandra Shriniplin, Colleen Clou-ser. Top Row: Richard WVidner. I tck Me-Cool, Frederick Fry, Dovle Myers. Ernsl A»ch-rnluch. I 1Front How: Clarinet- I-••hijih. Kay Hi-plnglr, Carol Walker, Carolyn Cring, Karen l.tickenbach. Ellen Brownmiller. Ifiddle How: Ronuld Ku rmchak. Nan ry Sinclair. Kathleen Novhart, Rosemary Koonl .. Peggy Poralh, Karen Rambler. Top How: John Parccll, Nicholas Nag-urny. Front How: Cldi- Vecrumlta, Michaelc Cliddon, (.’and DeWilte. Jean Relwrl. Middle How: Ascnnio Grimaldi. Jeremy Stevens. Nancy Mayer. Johanna Slaldcr, Joanne Milley. Top How: Forre-t Benner, John Ey»ter. William I .’ash. Front Huu Daniel Forry, Dorothy Krue ger, Ann Richards. Nannette Ostorgren. Middle How William l.iimemans. Joann llo-kin, Beverly Armilajse. Carol Rce-e, I.ois Whisler. Suzanne Ilul-i er. Top How: Franklin Busch, lame Wright, Dallas Smith. Front How: Lavonne l)i«»ingcr. Janet Sell. Deni- Michener. James Thoma-. Janies laixali. Middle How: Dawson lleek, Thomas Davie-. Gerald O .lanski. Frank Miner. Albert Seitz. Top How: I-airy McComsey. Dennis larrpcr, Joseph Fudjack. Paul Merchel.Front Hinc; Kvvelr Parik.i . Yvonne Leggett, Linda Rcidenhnch, Barbara Doran, Donald Mow-ery. Middle Hun: Diane Wim, Bonnie Rublr, Carole Campbell. Doris Samis. Phillip I.0I1I. To i Him : Terry Madonna. Waller Reclitold. Front How: Judy lamp. Linda l. H k‘. Pal Favin-per. Pal ) Meyer . David liipp. Middle How: Kathleen Crnunp, Brenda Lr»hnr, Mary Kriup. Janrl Mclbn , JoAnu Mao . William Chambers. Top How: Carol Finn, Morris Crurnhine, Tlioma Ho trier. Front How: Grace Kramer, Faina MacGregor, Fa F'uhriiuin. Rarbara lirenm man. Daniel Rrovev. Middle How: Joyce Reynold . Judy Killian. Marian Neely. Carolyn Wallers, John llreidcnMinc. Top How: Ann Hollister, Merle llunsicker. Front How: Darlene Royer. Sandra Franklin, Car-olyn Loomis Bonita Amenl, Rlioda Crowe. Regis Hernbardl. Middle How: Marllia Myers. Carol Bosch. Lois Stlfller, Carol Lamb, William llerT. Top How: Pairicia Saver, David Burkett, Lonny Sell . From How: Samira l.cinihiill, Kulli Koehamky, Barbara Dunn. Middle How An nr ( ..hi. Carol Downey, Kcnneili Yoder, 1-arry Dlalt, Ronald Swope. Hill KcgeMor. Top How: John Stover, Rod Hite. Pal Yuha . Front How: Annette Pickel, H.irh.ir.i Ranck, Miriam Neidcrmycr, Kathryn Scholar, James Ranck. Middle How: Ellen E terly, Mary Ann DiCintio, Karen Smith, Jane Ken«haw, Charl -Speakman. Top How: Althea ScdRwick, Beverly Troslcy, Bruce Krocck. Front How: Barry Stell, Rutlmnne Donnfihy, Barbara Heinbach. Barbara Heixey. Sara Ann Buek-walter. Middle How: Marvin DcardorlT, Annand Conaway. Frances Bailey, Darla Kulp. Top How: Thoma- Cninihcin, l mula Minnieh. Front How: Judith Crare, Mary Lou Schumacher. Dorothy Flicker. Pejtfty Sullivan. Ronald Blouch. Middle Hon: Marilyn Sturm, Patricia Welch, Maritime Husleltinc, Duncan Appleby. Top How: Barham Sanford. John llartlc.■■■■■Academic Clubs ALPHA BETA ALPHA front Hole: Sandra Zepp, Janet Cuufficld, Amy Knriblcr. Paula Griscr, Carole Lock, Carol Anderson. Second Hon : Ellen Paul. Jud Graham, Vija Vitals. Peggy Brehlonl, Marietta Munmiey, Ella Graham. Third How: Geraldine ilalthasrr, Carolyn l.uitlilen. Ann Vinyard, Pat Bacher. Saul WeinMein, Joyce Donohue, Jcunnie Mentzer, lx ui«c Spruitcnburg. Karen A«likar, Myra Jean Bechtel. France Bailey. Hack How: Pat Kirchkcsncr, Helen Nohrenltold. Neala Eylcr. Stephen Terrill, John Nied, Fran Ki aulo. Library Students Gain Professional Knowledge All library science curriculum students arc invited to become members of Alpha Beta Alpha, a national undergraduate library science fraternity with chapters at colleges and universities all over the United States. Professional memberships are available to faculty memliers as well as alumni life-memberships for graduates. The group at Millersville is the Kappa Chapter which was established here on May 3. 19.S0. In addition to the main function of interesting young men and women in the field of library science, the fraternity also promotes professional fellowship within the group and encourages a growth of the professional knowledge of its members. Alpha Beta Alpha showed evidence of its fellowship by winning third place for its Homecoming display and by bolding a special luncheon for all members. The group played host to the annual SLAP conference in November and was honored to have the Pennsylvania Library Science Conference meet here ill April. During the spring, junior students from ABA took their annual trip to New York City. MISS CORAL E. MF.LSON 84ASSOCIATION FOR CHILDHOOD EDUCATION From Hour: Anna Jam- Slinuli . Morion Gallagher, Elaine Kozura. Sandy Fo trr, Diane Lewis. Middle How: Deanna Moyer. Connie Antes. •Mary Anna Dungan. Beta Harris, Dick DiNoia, Jane Hare. Hark Row: Carolyn Tomlinson, Barbara Jeffries, Gwen Drip. Li Forrev, Roberta Meyer, Judy Stroup, Cathy Hill. Club Members Entertain Children at Heart Hauen The purpose of the Association for Childhood Education International is to work for the well-being of children through the education of prospective elementary teachers. Membership in this organization, which may continue even after the present students become in-service teachers, is open to any student enrolled in the elementary curriculum. Heart Haven in Lancaster was the main focus of the attention of club members this year. The members set up u schedule whereby someone from the club spent time each week entertaining the children at Heart Haven with games and stories. A similar schedule was also set up with a church in Lancaster. Each Sunday members would present activities for the young children there. ACEI started its activities early this year with a bonfire held during the first week of school. The club's monthly meetings were a reflection of its policy to inform the prospective teachers about professional activities and opinions. A typical meeting of this sort involved a panel discussion between a teacher with five years of experience, a teacher of one year, and a student teacher, moderated by an in-service teacher of many years' experience. The panel discussed situations and problems which each member had encountered in his own teaching experiences. A science demonstration by Mr. George Stauffer highlighted another meeting. MISS CHARLOTTE M. COOD 85Sratnl; John Deaner. Dali llofl, Geraldine Weidinan. Mr Kiehard Kopec. Stmtling: Km lliraei- n il, Janie Clark, Ki»k 'i Diehl, Dale llempfiNti. Gary Decker, Sieve Kovueh. BASSLER GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY Dll. LVNWUOD S. I.INC»: nXTEU Mu. Dunum J. Kopec ENGLISH CLUB Stalled: Gerry OUhnbky, I.iv Rliodrt, Neil Benner, Pal Rosa Fair. Standing: Charlotte I’iconc, Mary Klh n Cuddy, Darliatn link, Janet Daub, Dr. I, S. Imumhltcr, Dmiir Krioiek, Noala Kyler, Judy Murphy, 86From How: An la-li, Bon Kerr, Charlie Axurli . Dirk While, Kunrnr Brown. Back Ron Karl Cuin-I her. Sam Shalnla, John Mann, Jim D.mil S|uhr, Tony Stuniiia , Dale W olp-niuili, INDUSTRIAL ARTS SOCIETY Dn. Hi in. N. Omii i«n SPECIAL EDUCATION CLUB Dn J on - W. Ilia kui From Row: Johanna Stabler, Beverly Binitaiiun, Julie Beck. Kli alirih 0ro«». Second How: Joyce Briisliliiill, Nancy Boyer, Bohcrta llaill, Joan Cennnel. Third How: Jmli I'oorman, Call Ben net I, Keba Harris, Jane Ncvin, Carol Finn, Nancy Mayer. 87 Miss Knit n B. HaI’I INTERCOLLEGIATE CONFERENCE ON GOVERNMENT MU KAPPA MU front How: JoAnn Mace. Janet Mr Bane. Kjtli) Hartrnitine. Second Ron: Join I 'rinul -. Uremia Worley, Tom Brown, Put A. r. Sun lru Wiiiemillrr. Third Row: Paul Bolt . K«m Burk man. Nancy Bocrckrl, MnrrU t.rumliinr, l.nui«e Kri tick, Jim llarf, Robert Wollr. Front Row: Lottie II. rk tr.--'r, Sara Henry, Helm Schuler, Mary Noonan. Second Row Turn Brown, Dale D-Irr, Archie luo . Rosanna Swrrlrti. Third Row: Fred ttick. Mike Burke, Kd Miller, E'rauk Tltoiu.iv Bury Cable, James Clark. Bill Wutvl, Mr. Richanl Keller. Mil. Ki iiahii( K»:i i :n Mb. Sami r.i. P. Waw ao 88 Front How: Carol Paydock, Margarrl Sehrooder, Brenda Bechtold, lledda Schwarz, Marlene I.uckcnbaugh, Harriet Menge . Second Hou: Linda McNeely, Edith liiddrman, Lynn Liebet- man. I ?e Pi-a no. Hill Dcichrrt, Kathy Heix-y, Charlotte Pkonr, Klgie Miller. Third How: Barbara Vondrrcrotie. Mary Ellen Cuddy, Hail Bolder, Larry Shuir. Ilarh.ira Stalker, David Zimmer-man, Ingcliorg Prause, Mike Becker, Judy lanig. I.indj Ofnibene, Margaret Deck. Joan Slum . Bonnie Alwine, Nancy Palcy. XENOPHILE SOCIETY RODDY SCIENTIFIC SOCIETY Front How: Mary Noonan, Pat Axe, l.ynn Liebcrman, Norma Ccdor. Second How: Cary Becker, Arno Dombach. Iti« haul Miller. Marcella Zcrcher. Third How: Andrew Bryant. Thoiua- Dnvies, Cary Cable, Dale Hoff, Al Waltcrnyer. Front How: Anna Jane Sluiiliv, Kathy Kitons Jim Sunmur, Barbara Becker. PeRgy Tanner. Pat Carey, Sreond How: William (iotwahl, Carolyn Tomlinson. Barbara Jeffries, hi Forrey, Joan Weaver. Sanity Luciolli, Cary MeFeely. STUDENT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION OF PENNSYLVANIA The James 1'. Wickcrshuin Chapter of I he Student Pennsylvania State Kducation Association (formerly SI'VPi. an affiliate «»f the PSKA. has a two-fold purpose: to inform prospective teachers about professional activities in their chosen field and to arouse their enthusiasm for teaching. In order to carry out these objectives, tin- SPSKA performs many services on the campus outside its regularly scheduler! meetings. In addition to helping to reeord assembly attendance and serving as guides for visitors to our campus, this year the club sponsored u eider pour on Parents Day and High Sell or d Day in April. Regular meetings are held on the first Tuesday of each month and include topics of interest to all members regardless of their major fields. Highlights of this year's meetings included: a panel discussion on discipline by a kindergarten teacher, a junior high school teacher. a high school principal, ami a member of the college faculty: a panel consisting of four junior high school students who discussed their views concerning student teachers as taken from their personal experiences: a typical interview of a prosjK-ctive teacher as conducted by a school district superintendent, and a tour of tin- new Penn Manor High School. SPSKA participates in the affairs of the district organization and each year sends delegates to the stale convention. DR DM W. NKSBIT 90Front How: Tom Spunuu lr, Tom Brown. John Ur--. Second Hotr Finn Kiz uto. l.oiil»r Spruit-rnliuru, Jon Martin. Al Waltcinycr, Grrahlinr lt.iltlu- -r. Beverly Zeller. SOCIAL STUDIES CLUB YOUNG REPUBLICANS CLUB Front How: Jauu - ("lark. Carole Burk. Joan Kearns. Rhodew-a Cmwdrr. Second How: John Wagner, Jon Martin. Al Wultctuyer. Mtt. David 0- Voigt Mr. CtiAiii.» X.I.ottn 91Athletic Clubs Front How: Alice Gundruin, .Margie Kile. Mar)' Ann Holrniu?, Sandy Fouler. Srcorot How: Pal Schank, Joyce Weaver, Dolorr- Krtirrr. Ilonnir Rota, Sue Schank. CHEERLEADERS Go Milleniville Go! Knthusiusm and school spirit are the results of the tire-less efforts of the- chee Heading squad. This years varsity ehecrleaders, captained l y senior Margie Kile, led pep rallies, snake dam es, ami cheering sessions at bonfires ami. of course, the football and basketball games. Although approximately eighty girls tried out for positions on the squad, only two additional girls were accepted. The girls here chosen for | ersonality. poise, personal appearance, and general cheer lea ding ability. Practices were held each Monday night for the purpose of learning new routines and practicing old ones. During the basketball season, our vivacious cheerleaders bad a chance to |H-rform in their new sweater vests. MR. JAMES E. WALLY 92Dolphin Club Dolphinettes Present Aquacade Front How: 1-inda Kilcy, J«in (innmrl, I'hurli.' Kudy, Ibrlurii Faux, Brt«y Hrinlwdr. Iljli Mm It. Itarluru Dunn, Syhij llnurr, Judy Kelley, J.utrl CauffirW, Julie Frizzell. Joyce Reynold . Carol Weft, Judy Carrell. Joyce I,eftwich, Maryann (jnlwtll, Ituih W.iyl»rinht. IVjjjjy Brel -ford. Hack How: Bonnie Hom, Ann Lincaweaver, Judy Mo ebarb, Yvonne I.oggelt, Barbara Light, Emily Abel, Carol Famous, Pal Wade, Barbara Braught. Sandra Franklin, Grul Walker, Nancy Flanders, Bell) Andrew , Mary Brice, Evelyn Melon. Maelen linkman. lb Surprised" was the title of the Dolphin Club'- annual Aquacade presented in Brooks Hall April 6-9, 1960. The club, directed by Mrs. Noel Dorvvart, as-sisted by Carol I.ynes, anrl advised by Mrs. Kathryn Hill, presented the music of Cole Porter, Irving Berlin, and George Gershwin to synchronized swimming routines. Any woman who enjoys swimming ami can fulfill the club's requirement for entrance is welcomed. As u mem l cr of the National Synchronized Swimming -social ion, the Dolphin Club gives the women students the opportunity to take part in the college uthlelic program and hopes to further the appreciation of synchronizer! swimming at Millersville. P ing for camera arc Dolphinrtte officer : (lop to bottom) Judy Carrell. Maryanne Cantwell, Phoebe Hudy, Bulb Way brigbi, and Joyce l-cftwich. MRS. KATHKYN B. HIM. 93(Jntrh - Workingcr sell one more football program l Kmnrlh Gerhard. MEN’S VARSITY CLUB DR. RAYMOND J. RONKLK The Men's Varsity Club offers membership to all male students who have earned a varsity letter. In recognition of this distinction, these men are also awarded sweaters or blazers and Varsity Club keys: all senior varsity football members arc also presented with gold footballs. Candidates for the club go through a rugged initiation program. The club sponsored the Varsity Drag which climaxed the Homecoming Day ceremonies. Members of the Varsity Club also had the opportunity to choose the candidates for Homecoming Queen. The club performed many services for the student body which included publishing and selling football and winter sports program?, running the football refreshment stand, handling all parking facilities during events held on campus, and ushering at basketball games. A spring football scrimmage was held for the benefit of a worthy cause. Frtml Row: Km Kraft, Jack Webb. Slu Mcyer-on. Donald Krb. Middle Row: Phil It oe. Drew Dairuli. Hull Strong, Dave Faux. Robert Kill-nini. Rack Row: Roger Diehl. Lurry Shrnk, Dick Slnipffer. Jim Marl. John Strinemuuii. Km Cross. 94 This year tin1 Women's Varsity Club had a busy and active season. To gain membership in this organization the girls must w in a varsity letter in either hockey or basketball and then go through a rigid initiation. The club gives special recognition to these girls hy awarding them keys and black and gold blazers. The Maudereltcs sponsored the “Roarin' Twenties” TW'IRP dance, sold rainhats arid "mums.” checked coats at basketball games, had a homecoming reunion for old and new members, and held n card party open to the whole student body. In January the club traveled to llershey to see the llershey Rears and the Springfield Indians battle in an exciting ice hockey game. In the spring they climaxed the year with their annual picnic. Bonnie Ko-.i and Margie Kile decorate- for the TWIRP dance. WOMEN’S VARSITY CLUB Front Row: Mary Ann Buleniu-s Margie Kile, Connie Ante-. Mury Alice Diclim, Sandy Foster, Barbara EIk'TsoIc. linvk Row: Deanna Moy- er. Cary MeKeely. Pat l.angle). Gwen DelJ . Marion Gallagher, Mary Ehrlinrt. 95Front Row: Henry Kwintkowvki, Mike Becker, Frank Bus li, Al Waltemyer, David Elmore, John Mann. Nelson Clalfelter. Second Row: Cary Wendt, Dave Spalir, William Gotwald, l.- w Jury, Sieve Zolomij, David C.rumbine, Third Row. Bill Gallagher, John Hurtle, F. J. Kafka, Cary Bell, Bob Wareliam, Put Scheffer, Edward Barden. Rack Row: Ro » Buekman, Ron Kerr, Gaylord ArnM, Dick McCool, Al Millie. Dh. M xwkll C. Myers ALPHA PHI OMEGA Honor Societies DELTA PHI ETA Dh. Virginia Beck 96Front How: Hon Snavely. John Sieincmunn. Jim BUhop, Gary Wendt, Lee Pi«ano. Robert Kidman. Back Row: Charlie Axarlit, George Rcider, Richard Kokut. Mr. Robert G. Hostrttdi DEMOLAY IOTA LAMBDA SIGMA Mu. Paul W. Emielman Front Row: Richiml While, Dale W'olRemuth. Charle R. Leader. Bob Thonipmn, Rack Row: Rp«di Faux. Earl Cuinlher. Edward Barden, Carl vonStdlcn. Dn. Ckoiick II. l)iTi.o v 97 Front Row: Ron Davit;, Jim Suntnutr, Bob Mrliun. Second Row: Rio I tan I Roomy, Ed (Ihiumpi. John Hew, Richard Orwig, Whcdon Myers, PHI SIGMA PI Mr. Joseph Torchiu shows the Phi Sigma Pi emblem to Ron Davies. Px. A mi am I. Fosi re. Mu. Joseph Tonciiia Membership in thi fraternity rwognizes men student of high scholar.'hi| . The fraternity he gan as an honorary professional organization and in 1931 changed to a professional education fraternity. Phi Sigma Pi is founded upon the basis of high scholarship with the purpose of advancing educational ideals. Becoming an efficient teachei in America is a high aspiration. It means the development of a kindly and courageous personality, high ethical character, a deep understanding and skill in dealing with people, and a well organized field of knowledge. 98Dramatics I Mu K. Siiim i» hi Front How: Beverly Hoffman, Gail Benneii, Julie Beck, Ju li Boorman, B.ii Farley, Ginny Goering. Middle How: Lynne K.i| | , Ruby James. Arlene Brumiing. Caroline Davit. Nadine Dick, Hin t: How: Judy Baker. Linda Riley, Helen Weir, Franklin Thomas, Gaylord Am !, Ken Mrle. Ginny Davenport. Carol Finn. J. Dianne Marquette. CITAMARD THEATRE ARTS Front How: Fred Cover. Lew Jury. Steve Solomij. Boh Scliweiiter. Hark How: Gary Bell. Have Miller, led Jarrell. Ron Km, Bill llyde, Larry Blatt. Jim T1ioiii,i-.. 99Religious Clubs Mr. Samixi. P. Wam.ace front Row: Barbara Eck, Pal Young, Dottic Flicker, Sonia Shutter, Joyce Bright bill, Carol Lock, JoAnnc Cchman. Second Row: Laura Rissingcr, Roxanne Lehman, Ia i Julius. Linda Poormon, Darlene Sponscllcr, Shirley Kenney. Third Row: Cary Wendt. Sylvia Solliday. Nina Palmer, Marjorie Snyder. Kathy Genung. Marie Driblcr. Sue Leibv, Dehora l-arpc. Eugene Mauie. Rack Row: Mary Alice Dielun, Sue Zoch, Bonnie Alwine, Marlene Lurkcnhaugh. Barbara Price, Joyce Fens-terinacker. LUTHERAN STUDENT ASSOCIATION INTER-VARSITY CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP front Row: Klgie Miller, Anna Mae Snyder, Ruth Steven , Nancy Bnrrckol. Second Row: Bonita Hab.ilar. Pat Shilling. Helen Nohrcnhold, David Spahr. Fred Cover, Barbara Heck. Third Row: Linda KaulTiiian. Jane Young, Elaine Groff, Sydney Ainrnon. Ruth Miller, Jim l.eamnn, Rhoda Wiker, Joyce Y. Hess. Ruthaun Weilcr. Rack Row: Kenneth Krb, Jay Kulp. ■ 100Front Now: Judy Graham, Edith Hiddcman, Peggy Brclsford, Anna Jane Sluuli . Hack Now: Ruby James Janet Cauffield. Bruce Robin«on, Marge Uron », William Cotvrald. METHODIST STUDENT MOVEMENT NEWMAN CLUB Dn. Raymond J. Ri nki.»; :• . Josephine Namit Front Now: Phil llzoe, Gerry OHIiefsky, Jim Harf. Elaine Ko ura. Back Now: Mary Ellen Cuddy, Mike White, LouH Krintick, Dan Tra'jtt, Mike llurke, Clwrlotti- Picone. Riehurd DiNoia. 101Front How: Edith Hiddcmun, Linda Kainhlrr. Virginia Crook. Mary Anna Dungan. Jack Tmnlwlh, Barbara Klin-.ilr. Second How: Palriii.i Bycru, Nancy Klinrfi-hi-r. HoU-rta Mner. Amy Kneihlrr, llarlurj Vondwnini’, Carolyn Tomlinson. STUDENT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION Dm. Catiikiiine Kttvn l)n. I’.m.Z. Ri mmu. Dr. Cal her im- Krevrr ami Jack Trwnlialh di cn»s plan for future SCA merlin) . The- Student Christian Association is an inter-denominational organization which meets weekly throughout the school term. This year’s theme has lu-eu “How in the World . . . What in the World . . . and Why in the World." In the fall a campfire was held to acquaint the freshmen with the organization. During tin- year, meetings have included such interesting speakers as a professor from I'Tuuklin and Marshall College and a Chinese student from the Lancaster rheological Seminary. A science-religion forum was held and buzz groups con-corning current problems were conducted. t Thanksgiving a vesper service was directed by members of the organization. As Christmas came near, the annual all-college caroling was again sponsored by the Student Christian Association. Voices of several hundred students rang throughout tin-town and at various professors’ houses with all groups terminating their tours at tin- home of President Biemesderfcr. This year the group has also been undertaking service projects within tin- Millersville-ljincastcr area. Food was sent to several need) families ami entertainment was provided during the evening for children at the Mennonile Home. By projects and group meetings the Student Christian ssooiolion strives to promote Christian fellowship throughout the campus and community.Mu. M»:i zwt H. I’oKTMt from Kou : Ken Kralt, Bob Kiin»im, Ron KJwilman. Hark How: John Ida , Bell. I jrr ' Wynn. Dave Crumbine, Frank Bush. Cornelius Sarh. Tom Davie . ROD AND GUN CLUB Men’s Clubs VET’S CLUB from How: Dan ThmII, NcJ Zielasko, Rirk Hitzrlbcruor. Corudiu Sack Bark How: Jim KUIer. Mike Janie , Donald Smith, Dale Hcmpting. Dale Huff. Hans Heinrich. Frank Hu«h. Kdtvutd Barden, Sieve Kovaolu John Hattie.IFront Hou: Henry Dr Milo, Sieve llrdnar, Harry NelMin. Dentil. I'elfrr, Jim Co-ightiin, Tom (river. Jack Goodling. H»h Sirunis. Dr.kin Spaulding, Nat Taecliinn, Jack Neal, Mall Hr| | e. Dale Canker. Dave ICurkni. Tuny Dil'ieirn. Tom CriM. Second Hon : Gorge Kalelimer, Head Coach; Jo.rph Andr cjc yk. Frank Mueliita, Sandy Phillip . Lirry Hall, Carl l.nighm.iii, Jim liarf, Carl lto. Jcow»ki. Harry Carnahan, Jnlm StamlMoliJii, Rodney Vurkapich. Kolia Snyder, George Hollrnden. John Maier. Ku..r| Frit . Drew Darrali Third Hou: Kugene (.rod. Auiitant Coach: Jerry Kunkle, Howard ........• . Frank Tlmrp, Jerry Fau-l. Fred Ho.a, Frank Janie., Mik Cliri.lv. Hud Klvidge. Kon Ku enelwk. Denny keeper, Hoy Kangli, u-tin Quirk, Art Holme. A"iuant Coach. Hoc , Hou l.ou K.mipullj and Guy Barry, Asm slant Coache ; Phil Kairer, John Pavlirk. Oemie Sanianiello. The MSTC Gridders. .. VARSITY FOOTBALL Jim Creighton i. tackled hy (oe de.pir,. |,locking r teammates Jack Coodling and Tom Graver. Tom (.‘raver, Drew Darrali, Tom Crist. and Harry Cam.than Hick together in an all out attack. Gkorci: A. KvrcitMEK Coach The Marauders of Millrrsvillc. -|»i»rk« l by the high scoring hall earning «»f Junior Jim Creighton anil Freshman Steve Bednnr, completed their second winning campaign in as many years compiling a 5-1 record including a 3-3 log in the Stale Teachers’ College eonfereiicc. Perennial champion West Chester won the title with a 5-1 conference record losing only to mediocre Bloomsburg STC. 10-7. Four seniors, .ill starters, depart from Millcrsville’s underclassmen laden stpiatl. Co-captains Jack Coodling, an eml. and fh»h Strong, a guard, are among the graduating seniors. Quarterback Drew Darrali. a Gem-City howl selection this year, and Center Torn Crnver round out the graduating seniors. Millersville lost a heart-breaker in its opener against Kandulph-Maeon of Virginia hy a 13-12 score at Biemesderfer Field.Compile 5-4 Record Hollrndm, Drew Darroh. Denim Telfer end Nat Tocchinn surround nn enemy ball carrier. Grai|ir Holh-mlon ti-arlie lush in ail allcmpl In inlrrrepl |u- meant Inr Uioonuhunc player. FOOTIIAI.I VARSIH SCORES Millrisvillr 12 Raiulol|»h-Macon 13 11 11 I 1 • • • l tilrr ilia 13 Trmtnn 7 Millrrxvillc 39 •KuUtown STC 13 21 •Cheyncy STC 6 1 III I" III Millersville 0 'bit Stroudsburg STC 6 f iI |( r Vi 1 It 20 •Illuoni buiR STC ... 14 1 111 »» ■ MillrfHVillr 7 • WihM Cluster STC II Millersville I t "Lock Haven ST( 26 llll« t«VI III 13 N.iiinnjl Atude 0 •(xnilrrencn garni lsuccessfully opened ihcir ST(. conference play with ;i iliiinivi' 39 13 romp al I ho hawb of Kulzlown STC. Bednar led (lie TD parade with lliree coring run;, while l ae kfield mate Creighton and freshman Frank James scored two and one reflectively. The Marauders led by ({editur racked up its third straight victory of the young season ami second conference win in as many tru-s. Bednar tallied two touchdowns in a 21-6 victory at homo over hapless Chcyncy. Chcyncy scored first in the opening quarter only to go behind. 7-6. on a thirty-three yard sprint by James and an extra point by Fritz. A Millersville fumble deep in its own backyard eventually led to its downfall and first conference loss of the season. 6-0, al Fast Stroudsburg STC. The Marauders could manage only two first downs all afternoon and “muffed" two scoring opjMirtuuilies while allowing their opponents eleven first downs. Millersville got back in the winning groove again with a surprising 20-1 I win over favored Bloonishurg Teachers. The Marauders capitalizing on a strong alert defense, were lopped in every offensive department except scoring. Bednar again led the scoring attack with two I D's while end Jack Coodling notched the other six pointer. The win gave the Pirates their third confetenee victory against one defeat. West Chester proved it was too much for the Marauders to cope with at West Chester, whipping Millersville, 11-7. The Hams, unlieaten and untied, displayed a tremendous ground and aerial game with stale-scoring champion Hill Shockley leading the way. Millersville was able to match West Chester's first touchdown but could manage no more as they sufferer! their second conference loss of the campaign. 107Co-captains Jack Goodling (81 ami Bob Strong (28) load the way j the team enters Biemrsderfrr Field. Av'itlint Coache Guy Barry. Art Hulme, and Gene Groff smile approval a Coach Katckmrr reports the team progress. Creighton Chosen MVP A strong last |uarter rally fell short by two touchdowns as the Bald Kagles of lan k Haven STC outscorcd Millers-ville. 26-1 I. Two fumbles and two pass interceptions paved the way to each Lock Haven score ami accounted for the Marauders third conference loss compared to three wins and the end of their STL conference schedule. A solid defense proved it can l»e just as valuable as a strong offense when the Marauders won their final game of the season with a 13-0 whitewash over the National Aggies. Jim Creighton and Steve Bcdnar wound up the scoring for the season on a one-yard plunge ami twenty-four yard scamper, respectively. The shutout was the first for the young Marauders this season while being blanked once themselves. The win gave Millcrsvillc a 5-1 log for the campaign. Jim Creighton and John Pavlick. a tackle, were selected as next year’s captains for the team . . . Creighton was also selected as the squad's most valuable player. This spring the coaching staff held another series of football drills designed to look over prosjiccts for the 1960 season. Couch Katchmcr and his aides are already at work preparing for a third straight winning campaign next fall. I he annual spring football clinic held in April was a big success ns usual with over H00 attending the all-day program.MillmvilltVJjyvrc, push ilwlr way toward victory against Montgomery. Baby Pirates Manage 3-1 record Desk in Spaulding follow Rod Vorlcnpieh who gain yardage in game at Bieniesderfer f ield. J. V. FOOTBALL Mille»villc'» JV’s compiled one of their finest records in years. The Junior Marauders managed an impressive 3 1 record for their year’s work. After being behind throughout the first three quarters, the Marauder JV’s rallied for a touchdown and safely in the final period to defeat Montgomery Junior College, in a thriller. 8 7. Jim Shirk scored the touchdown anti Tony Acri blocked a punt into the end zone for the safety. The Milletsville JV's showed a strong offensive punch in their 26-12 trouncing of the JV’s of Kutzlown, Shirk tallied the first score while passes by Kussell Frit to Dennis l«eeper and Howe Jones accounted for two other scores. Tom Christ scored the last TD on a two-yard plunge. The Baby Pirates ran roughshod over hapless freshmen from Franklin and Marshall College. Frank Machita and Matt Hcppe scored after recovered fumble . Ron Kuzcnehak scored on a 25-yard trass interception. Tony Acri on a pass and Deskin Spaulding fell on a blocked punt to end the romp. A strong defense by Stevens Trade finally halted the winning skein of Millersvillc and gave them their first loss of the campaign in their final game. 6-2. lony Acri bloi'kcd a punt out of the end zone for two point' for the Marauder . JV FOOTBALL—SCORES Millersvillc . K Montgomery Jr. Millenville ____________ 2 Kutzlown JV”» Millenville 33 F. and M. Fnwh Millenville 2 Steven Trade 6 Marauder teamwork halt Monig0int,r ( n" uain.Marauderettes End with 1-3-3 Log Nancy Thompson, right. lin k I he hall over lire Mick of I’.ii Langley while Alice uitdruiit Keener watches the play at ,i practice Krimnuiic- GmcHc Mary K. Dixon ami Mr . Kathryn Hill keep an rye on the practice. Mrs. K vtiiry x Hill Coach HOCKEY It took four goals by junior Fay Kramer to give the women's varsity hockey team their only win of the season. The game was a 1 0 shut-out over Dickinson. Mary Ann Boleniu ami Pat Langley. co-captains, guided the team in scoring a total of twelve goals for the season. It was usually in the Inst half of a game- that the Marau-ilerettes liegan to "click" us a leant and as a result were able to drive in eight of the total points. Top scorers for the year were center forward Fay Kramci with six goals, and freshman Betsy Bcinlmlt with three goals. One win. two lies, and three losses, was the women’s varsity hockey team record for the year. Members of the team who will graduate ure Mary Ann Bolcnius, Margie Kile. Deanna Moyer, and Connie Antes. Mrs. Kathryn Hill acted as coach this season, replacing Dr. Mary E. Dixon, who will return to conch the varsity again next full. SCORES Millersville 3 Lebanon Valley 3 Millersville 0 East Strouddiurg STC 9 Millersville 3 Shippensbur STC 3 Milleravillc 2 Gettysburg S Millersville » Elisabethtown 1 Millers villc » Dickinson 0 Front How: Fay Kramer, lb-tty Andrews, Judy Gainer, Deanna Moyer. Betsy Keinboll. Cary MeFeely. Itarbara Eberwdr. Middle Ho it. Helen Heisey, Bonnie Komi, Joyce l.cftwich. Nancy Flanders. Frances Yonce. Alice Gundrum Keener. Pat l-mgley. Barbara V Irrcrune. Hack How: Debbie lairgr. Manager; Jo Becker. Mary Ann Ibdeniu . Connie Antes. Mary Ehrhart. Margie Kile. Nancy Thompson, Yvonne Lambert. Helen Schuler, Hcdda Schwartz, Mary Alice Dichin, Mary nn Felly. Manager. 110Judy Conner and Jo Brrlcrr.keep ball away from Jane Remhaw. ! «« •»!«' e® "1 JK -««ps practice l»r Bnrrly Tro-tlcjr, J« Becker, Judy Gainer, and Juno Kendiaw. The women's junior vanity hockey squad ended il season with u record of three wing and one logs. Lebanon Valley. Shippenshurg State Teachers College, and Kiizaheth-town College were defeated by the team. Tin? Marauder-cites met their only defeat when they lost to Last Stroudsburg on their own field. Outstanding scorers for the season were Nancy Thompson. Betty Andrews, Barbara Vondcrcrone, Barbara Kbcr-sole, and Beverly Troslcv. The girls did a fine job and arc going to provide some good members for the varsity squad next season, the coaches say. Junior varsity coach Mrs. Kathryn Hill is looking forward to a winning season next year. Jayuees Record Winning Season J. V. HOCKEY SCORES Millcr»»ille 3 Lebanon Valley Millersville 0 East Stroud»l urg STC Milhosville 3 Slii|i|M-n«liurg STC Millrrsville 3 Kliiuilu-thtown Front How: June Rensliaw. Harriot Kohlbronner, Carol Walker, Jo Becker. Hack How: Judy Gussnrr, BeveHy Troulcy, Anne Sir.n u,r | „,|( Hickntun. Sidney Ammon, Sue Kaylor. Judy Boorman, Nancy Wolfe, Betsy Bi-inliolt. Jane Wolf, Manager. MlCROSS COUNTRY Front How: Clyde Camber, I.ire Rhode-. Jim Cralinin, Kotf Mile. Bach How: Dnve Woyurka, Charhr- Benner. Sam Slinhda, Manager. htiiuh H. Hi i.m»: Coach Jim Craliain finixlte second in Wwl Chester cross country meet after liie jikI nne-half minute . Harriers Fourth in Loop Meet scores Mlilcr ville 38 Won Chester 21 liller ville ...............28 Lincoln ... 28 Millcrsville . IS Bowie .......................... 45 Milleruvillr 31 Clicyncy 24 Mlllmvllle___________________ 29 Gettysburg ______________________28 (Low Score Wins) Millersvillc’s Cross Country team wound up ils f ill season with a record of one win. three losses, and one tie. I'lu Harriers lost five key men last year, hut lelteriuen Lester Miller, Jim Graham, and Lee Rhodes returned to form a strong core for 1059's team. Other team memhet included Clyde Caml er. Charles Benner, Rod Hite, Dave W'.orka, and Sam Shahda. as manager. The one victory over Bowie was a double triumph liecause of an odd four-way lie for first place in that meet. All first-place winners were Millcrsville men- -Lee Rhodes. Lester Miller. Charles Benner, and Jim Graham. The next two titles were captured by MSTC’s Harriers, us Clyde Camber took the fifth spot and Rod Hite won sixth place honors. The Harriers lost by a heartbreaking one point to the Gettysburg Bullets. In that meet Millersville’s Lee Rhodes finished first in 2-3:16. onl 11 seconds over the record for the four mile course. Jim Graham placed third in the same meet. Millersvillc placed fourth in the State Teachers College Championships with III points. Slippery Rock finished first with 26 points, while West Chester. Cheynev. and Indiana. respectively, took the next three places. Djvi- Woyurku and l.«r Rhodes prepul' for a practice run.SOCCER Soccer, not a recognized varsity sport at Millersville, sparked enough enthusiasm this year for the men to turn out an informal team. Started two years ago as a club, the group had over 25 men report for workouts. The procedure of local Council law calls for any new sport to serve a two year apprenticeship. This means that next year the elub will probably achieve varsity status. The team engaged in five matches last year and failed to win any. There was plenty of reason for joy. however, because the team played well in all of the games. They opened with Franklin and Marshall and held the strong Lancaster team to a 1-0 derision. Klizahethtown. a perennially strong soccer team, had its hands full before defeating the MSTC crew. I-1. After being blanked by the West Chester Jayvecs, 5-0. the team played two interesting games with Dickinson. The first one. at Dickinson, found the Marauders losing, ( -2. but they surprised the for in the second match. The Millersville men look an early lead over Dickinson in the game at Millersville and held a 1 0 lead for half of the first period. Class finally told, however, and Dickinson went on to a 3 1 victory. Booters Begin First Year Soccer team member Jim? Fowler, Lee Short. Kandy Bauer, Bob June , ami Bol Arontolm plan their -.tralegy for an oncoming game. Joe Fowler outfoxes and out jump hi» opponent while he direct the hall to a team member. Kandy Bauer, right. Larry Slunk, goalie, Maud ready for action. Front Row: Pat Sherter, Jen; Pearson. Joe- Fowler, I.ce Short. Larry Shcnk. Leon Wills. Dick Join . Mike Becker. Middle Row: Pierce Woodward, Walt Jones, t hin k Seigcr, Boh . r»n ohn, Kandy Bauer, Kirk Hiticlberger, Tom DjiiIm m. Back Row: Al Camhone. Bon Caulwell, Kirhard Lagrotle. Boh Jones. Ron Snavely. Kermit (lower. Ned Ziela»ko. Llliolt Snil cr. MSTC SOCCER 0 SCORES F. and M. 1 MSTC 1 Elizabethtown •1 MSTC 0 W. Chester JV 5 MSTC 2 Dickinson 6 MSTC 1 Dickinson 3Art George and Cary Cable scramble lor the ball. MEN’S VARSITY BASKETBALL Kiciimid Dell mu Coach Coach Dick DeHart ha pre-game talk with captain Jim Bishop. Cagers Finish 14-8 . . . Falling short of u STC title with a I 1-8 final record, the Millersville eager , in what has been termed “a building tear," wound up their season with unex| ected rewards. I lie rewards come from the controversial Dunkle Hating System which kept ISTC out of the AIA running last tear. The rating was based wholly on wins and losses. Millersville lost the first game of the playoffs, however, when they were beat cn by a strong Mansfield team. History rejieated itself for the fourth consecutive year in I%0. as Millersville again routed West Chester in the second of the annual twin meetings to avenge a first game loss. The Marauders lose their senior captain. Jim Bishop, this year. Matching his height was Jim’s point record. He reached the sacred I.(KM) mark in Millersvillc’s second game against Elizaliethtown this season, lie is topp'd in MS1C history only by Johnny Parker w ho ended his career w ith a total of 1.792 points. Ironically enough, in the same game in which Bishop racked up his 1,000 point, the high scorer was the smallest Marauder, the five-foot-scven-inch freshman Skip Benner, who added 17 vital points to the log of that game, faking the seasonal outlook, we see that Benner was one of Millers-ville’s key players because of his juick hands and overall speed. Three other small men who proved s| eed threats to MSTC’s opponents were outstanding I rank May, Ken Keener. and John Price.Front Ron Larry Slunk, Frank May, Km Kwntr, John Price. Jerry Raifsnyder; Skip Benner, Roger Diehl. Hack Row: Mr. Richard Dc Hail, Coach: Don Shelton, Richard Ferguson. Burry Bell, Jim Bishop, (jury Cable, t1 George , John Smaller, Mr. Raymond MuUin. Assistant Coach. Marauders Reach NA A Playoffs Jim Bishop wails for ihr rehound from Gary Cabled 'hot in llic Chcyncy game. All eyes are on Art George .1- he, sets for two against West Chester with Ken Keener ( I) looking on. Ted Rosa CD and Dick Young 131) watch the play. Jim Bi-Imp puts one in for MSTC as three Bowie player-fail to stop him. Ken Keener trie-, in recover the lull a« West Chester foe- close in.Frank May score on a layup Mint in tin: N'AIA semifinal game against Mansfield .it Williamsport. Dot) Shelton (211 prepare for u irhouiid of a Mint from the ro'rncr a- Dick DiBiosso (54) and Dave Bussell 137) of Mansfield try to Mock him out under the basket. Marauders Drop Playoff Game VARSITY IIASKETBAI I. RESULTS Millersvillc . 60 63 62 83 46 65 •16 . 72 63 60 67 Millcrsville 64 81 .. 76 74 8‘ 51 Millersvillc 95 62 07 62 Millersvillc - 72 75 88 65 Millersvillc .. 71 72 . „ .73 70 80 71 . 61 66 . 79 58 87 86 66 71 97 62 Millersvillc 65 Mumifirld 81 NAIA Playoffs Ken Keener draw a foul as he fights his way through two Bowie player at Brook’s Hull.Front Kvw: Ed Rogowicj-. A caiii», Grimaldi, John Gilpin, 'like Ey lcr, Tom Rodger . Manager. Hack Ron : Ed Zeller . John Arnold. Harr)’ Nrkin, Charlc Workingcr, Chirlo Frrguton, Leon » ! • 'If- Raymond Nlullin. Coach. J. V. BASKETBALL f itlrr-vvillr JV BASKETBAI.I, SCORES (A 1 .'Sill,- IV 95 NllicmrilLe Millmville 91 ClteynryJV 79 Stetrn Trade 65 81 » UK Miller ill 73 Lincoln IV 72 MillrrAvlIli: 70 Shippen l urg JV 68 , ) ,,rL 1 iifimr ( ollriM' 56 Miller vilir 65 Wfi Cheater JV 62 1 III" •lllv Millmvillr 03 KIi .iIm (liiov n J 69 Millrr» illc 76 Hlonm hurg J . 61 Millcmillr 03 h.iM St mmi-lMjrj: JV 76 Millemille 102 Henhey Junior College 53 j illcrM illc Hi ll« r hr) Junior f.«• 11 ! 63 Miller»villc 90 Chryney JV 56 Milirrevillr 82 ! in m|ii 86 Mllhmllln ...... 61 Ea l Slr ud l urg JV 80 Millrmillr •IS W i t Ciit'iU'r l 75 Millrr-ville 68 Ship|M-n‘l»org JV 71 .M illcrtvillr ,v’ »• » "1 ".a II" ’H I J » 74 IJI«Mini«lnir)c 72 Millersville 77 Sl«-»rn. Trade 66 Millcrtvillr 59 Eli jltriliiown 72 Millrr villr 75 York Junior tjdlego 68 Raymond Mi lli Coach Workinger hool for bj kot de»| ite clo»e guarding.trunl Row: Joyce Lrftwich, Janrl Groff, Joyce Barnet, Ruth Ann Spancukr. Buck Row: Pal Smith, Janet Eckel, Joanne D.-artlorff, Helen Heitey, Charlotto Scluium, Patsy Hartranft. Dolores Rehrer. Women Cagers Have . . . Mm .. Katiinyv Hill Coach Patty Hartranft dodge E-town guards to »l»oot for lusk -t. WOMEN’S BASKETBALL Following I wo opening victories over the St. Joseph's Nurses the women's varsity basketball team came upon evil ways as it dropped five straight decisions. They finally found the winning formula again at the end of the season a they bounced back to edge Muhlenln-rg ami la'banon Valley. Captain Joyce Barnes and freshman Janet Eckel paced the forwards as they turned in a number of high-scoring performances. The other co-captain, Janet Groff, starred at a guard position. Coached by Mrs. Kathryn Hill, the women could not get their offense clicking in the path of their losing streak. In almost every game one bad quarter, in which they were decisively outscored, proved to be the winning margin for the opposition. Against Muhlenberg on the home court the women hit their high mark of the year as they netted 50 points. The final contest against traditional rival Lebanon Valley was a thriller decided in the last moment of play on a foul shot by freshman Janet Eckel. Mrs. Hill is looking forward to next season since there were no seniors on tin- squad this year and the entire team will return for another campaign next winter. Three freshmen made the varsity team this year along with four sophomores and four juniors. SCORES Millertville 34 Sr. Joseph's Nurse- U. Millrr»ville .. 30 Si. Joseph's Niir-'-s 9 MilU-rsvillr 21 Shippen hurg 30 Millerovillt 34 Eli utx'ihtoMn 44 Millt-rsvillr 2S l.ehaiimi Valley 32 MiHersvillr II Gettysburg 72 Millrrsvillc 33 Elizabethtown SI MillrrwUle SO Muhlenberg t:. Millers villr 33 Lebanon Valley 32p ... 4 Wins, 5 Losses J. V. BASKETBALL Ylillcrsville’s junior varsity team for women did little to provide any thrill as they opened with u victory and then lost their last seven "antes, most of them by decisive margins. After tripping the St. Joseph's Nurses junior varsity. 16-13. in their first game the leant lost in successive games to tin- Nurses. Shippenshurg. Elizabethtown, Lebanon Valley. Gettysburg, and then E-town and LV again. The team was green and inexperienced with eight freshmen playing during the season. Carol LaMon and Judic Gassner scored well for the Jayvees. but the overall scoring punch was not enough to overcome their foes. I)r. Mary E. Dixon coached the Jayvees this season and Carol LaMon was team captain. Millenwille JAYVEI 16 Millenwille 12 Mlllersvillr 11 Millenwille 25 Millenwille 30 Millenwille 2? Millenwille 30 Millersvlllo 29 SCORES St. Joseph's Nurse 13 St. Joseph’s ur«c 13 Sliippen»btirg Elizabethtown 49 Lebanon Valley 37 Gettysburg 37 Elixal»rt)itown .. 56 Lebanon Valley to l)r. Mary E. Dixon gives Captain Carol LaMon a few pointers before a game. Nancy Wolfe. Carol I iMon, Jovo liras, Linda 1-ormzon, Judy Kelly. Karen Luekciibacli. Carolyn Crinir. Barbara Devenport, Dottle Snyder. Rcba li.oris. Elaine Shaffer. 119Grapplers Reach .500 Mark Front How: John Rylee. Jack Webb, Stuart Mcycr on. Donald Corbin, John Harlrtl. MnlJlr How: Tom Craver. John Wagnrr, Matthew Farley. Harry Carnahan. Buck How: Mr. Jatnw Maurcy, Couch; Ernie Aschenbacli. Vern Gilbert. Jume Leumun. Harry Benner. Hill Hutchinson, Dan Forrv. John Sander . Bernard Slein, Manager. WRESTLING John Kylre bridge to prevent West Chester opi nent from pinning him. J a.vies Mackey Coach The Millersville varsity wrestling team this season kept their 11-year winning rerortl by treating West Chester in the final match, 16-12. The final tally showed five wins ami five losses. The mnlmcn lost three of the first four matches against Cast Stroudsburg, hut took the final four and assured their win in the season's opener. Jack Webb ami Barry Carnahan led the scoring in the match. They also led the show when the grapplers routed Lincoln. The fastest fall of that meet was effected by Stu Meycrson who got a half-nelson ami crotch hold on Lincoln's Clive Wright in 23 seconds. Bloomshurg walked off with a victory over Millers-ville’s grapplers, who won only four decisions in the match. Meycrson and Carnahan gave Millersville their only points in the Appalachian loss. After this, Millersville lost to the experienced Waynesburg wrestlers ami bowed to Ship-pen-burg. Their losing streak was broken when they performed shutouts over Howard and Indiana. The shut-out victory was reversed by Lock Haven, hut Millersville's wrestlers came through in their crucial match with the Bams of W est Chester. flic JV's lost all four of their matches. 120Matmen Upset Rams 16-12 Millcrsville MillcrHvillp Millervvillr Millcrsvillc Millrrsvillc Mlllersvillc Millcrsville Millei vlllr Millcrsville Millrrevillr Millersvillr Millersvillr Milk-rwillc Millersvillr VAKSITV WRESTLING SCORES 19 En t Stroudsburg 9 30 Lincoln University 5 9 HImiiIII-ImJI" 17 6 Appalachian, N. C. 20 5 Waynesburg 27 9 Shippenshurg 17 _____ ______38 Howard_____________________ 0 ________32 Indiana ......................... 0 0 l-m-k Hawn 32 16 Wc t Chatter 12 JV WKESTLINC SCORES 13 Blooimhurg 21 0 Stevens Trade 36 8 Shippen burg 28 8 West Chester -------------- 26 Miller 'ille’s Stu Meyerson trie- fur a pin over hi Writ Chrster opponent. Wrv-ller Dan Forry of MSTC grar-p his Rain opponent ns he attempt' to roll him over. Marauder mntman Toni Cravcr tolls tupsy-lurvcy a West Chester man gain the advantage. 121Front How: Toro SpoD.iugle. Kon Kraft, Jim- (;,,r|,r|. Second How: Dave Faux, Ken Cross. |{j|| n,,,r n,,|, Khlmaii. Don Mowrry, .ar Mill« r. Morris (Irumbint. Third How: Mike Becker, llradley Miller, |{ .|) Aronsohn, Eugene Croff, Coach. Hack How. Dan Frit . Gaylord Arnrt. Mermen Haue Winning Season Ei G. Cttorr Coach SWIMMING Merman coach Kugene Groff was right in Iasi year’s prediction of a l%0 winning season. Turning I he tide completely from their no-win first season Iasi year, the Millersvilie swimming team turned in a winning record of six wins anti three losses. Of the fifteen mermen. Ken Cross was high scorer, with Dave Faux and Ken Kraft tying for second place honors. Three new school records were set this year when Ken Cross swain the 220 yard freestyle in 2:36.7: Boh ron-sohn polished off the 200 yard individual medley in 2:12: and Ken Miller finished the breast stroke in a record 2:57.3. Millen-tille SCORES 75 Bloottisburg 18 Millersvilie 53 PMC 41 Millrrwv lilt 68 Lycoming 21 i • 11 i" in Millersvilie ... 33 Howard '. 62 1 II l I 1 • »s VI i||,.f . v lilt . 54 Wilk- 31 • III 1 I '»Ills Millrfivillc in Morgan Stale s$ I . Her.t lilt 16 East Slroudshurg t9 • I iiici mi fl illerat lltl 72 hick Haven 2.1 Millersvilie 68 Blooinslmrg 23 t the crack « f -i pi‘lol three swimmers Iwpin ihr rjrr harry Grots suspended .«i the height of a difficult dive. 133'ST. TRACK Coach Arthur llnlme's ciiulcrmcn triumphantly finished their 1959 season with a record of five wins and two losses. It proved to he the most successful campaign for Millers, ville's track team out of four varsity seasons. The cindermeii lost only .'ll of the 98 events which made up their seven «luai meets for 1959. Seniors lost to graduation included valuable Paul Baker, Pat Kelly. Joe Savage. Bill liackulick, and Fran Folk. High scorer for the year was Eli Beid with a grand total of 112 points. Beid was doubly victorious when he multiplied Sylvester Williams’ record of 51 point which was set in 1958. Miller villc 1959 SCORES 671-.. Trenton -- 63 6 Millenvillc 69 lit vin v 61 Miller-ville 78 7 Rlooin.burx 43 3 Millcnvillc 88 I.ock Haven 43 Millrnvillr ... '10 Shippen hurK 91 Miller ill 90 Kutrtown 28 Millenvillc 59 East Stroudsburg 67 Shown at Teacher College meet la«t 'pun . Pal Kelly, .reond from left, await the rijtnal in the 100 yard da.h C'mdermen Victorious 1960 SCHEDULE Coach Arthur Hulmr. right, brief etrran« Leon Cile. Larry Hoover, Jim Crnham. Lee Rhodes, and Joe Yurkicvicz on the fact of track. r t April 12 Trenton Away April 19—Bloonuhurg Home April 23 Ship|M-n»burg Away April 29 Penn Relay . Away April 30 Lock Haven Away May 5 Cheyney Home May 7 KuUlown Ana) May 11 East Stroud.hurj; Home May I t STC Clunnpion«hip» Am tv Ms. Art ill lit I.me Coach Front Row: Tom Cri.t. Uldis Vecrumha. William Ca»h. James Graham. litlMe Row: John Me-Combs, I-re Rhode., Montfoid lllick, Lee Miller, l.eon Gile. Larry Hoover, Rill Callaidter. Rod Hite. Rack Row: Mr. Raymond Mullin, Assistant ('.ouch: John Neid, Manager: Joe Vurkievic . SterlinK Alice, Mike Christy, Dave Woyurka. Georne Kigits Bob Gilbert, Jim McMullin, Manager: Mr. Arthur Hulme. Coach.4-8 Diamond Log Kay Kcudig applies the tag lo a Kutxlown runner who Grayed loo far off first Iwse. In left background i pitcher Walt Price who started the pickoff play. BASEBALL Veteran Dale Hoff displays his skill as he smashes another hit. 1960 SCHEDULE April 5 Lincoln Horne April 9 Kiit town Away April 13- Ea»t Stroudsburg Homr April 21- West Chester Awa) April 27—Kutxlown_____________ ,. , ________Home April 28—Shippenaburg Homr April 30 Bloom-burg Atctiy May 4—Lock Haven Away May 7 Shepherd Away May 14—West Chester Homr 124 Gordie Miller shows his hurling style us Wall Price, lr)t, and Dick Halhritter study the action.Eleven returnee gm-tnl Coach Hal Weirich (lii« ftpring for b«»eb.ill. Tlii'y included kneeling: Dick CiftKxon, Henry' De.Milo, Dale Hoff, Don Eri , and Dick ILilbriticr. Standing: Wall Price. Sid Landrum, Gordie Miller. Ed Hoover, Tom Lynn and Rum Faux were alm-nt when the picture was taken. Vets Raise Hopes for Good Season 1959 SCORES The lack of a home practice field and injuri' to some Milleroville 24 Lincoln University 4 vital players look their lull in the 1959 hasehall results which j;ave Millersville four wins anil eight losses. Milleroville r Eat! Stroudsburg 7 Milleroville - 4 Kut .town 1 Milleroville 2 Kutxtown 4 Freshmen Kay Kendig and Dun Krl . and veteran Dale Milleroville .5 Shippenftburg 6 Huff were the leading hitters. Kendig was tups with a .382 Milleroville .. 5 Shippen»biirg 6 average, and Erb and Huff deadlocked at .363. In 1959 Coach Harold Weirich had only six returning Milleroville 8 Bloonoburi: 7 Milleroville 1 Eli al ctliiowii II .Milleroville 6 Lock Haven 12 among his 39 Pirates in his first year of coaching at MSTC. Milleroville 2 West Chester 20 His new assistant was Karle Hite. The diamundsinen were Milleroville II Shepherd 13 handicapped by injuries to two of the six vets, pitcher Ken Milleroville 5 West Chester 6 Hess and captain Bill Paul. Front How: Toni Ackerman. Kermit (lower. Henry DcMito. Al (•ambone. Matt Hepi e, William Grove, John Bowlsbey, John Me Neal, Middle How: E i Sidy, Tom Weiricb. Lurry Hall, Tom Ivcson, Ken Krait. Dale Hoff, Don Erb, Dick Halbrittrr, Ronald Aliment, Howard Join--.. Hack-How: Steve Kovach. Manager; Bob Aronsohn, Wall Price. Dick Cxysxcxon. Randy Bauer. Richard Weidner, Denni« Lccper, Sid Landrum. Jack Neal. Gordie Miller, Earle Hite, fosistani Coach; Hal Weirich, Head Coach.Front Hon l.«i n Wilk. Frank Brenner. Ed Hint. bach How Glenn Badnrf. Boh Loren . Mr. Flora. Fi„rj givea Ed (line some pointer . rv‘‘ I" partner in | ra -li«' ‘ »e »i«m, MEN’S TENNIS In hi Iasi season as the tennis coach Dr. Raymond Riinklc Brought his boys through a very successful season. The final log shower! seven wins and one loss. Millersville’s tennis team was undefeated in the STC conference. Ron Caulwell showed himself l est player by l eing unbeaten in eight matches. Impressive also were the records of Karl Guinthcr and Ron Schlayhack who racked up five doubles victories in a row. Other metnlrers of the team were Dick Shacffcr, Tony Preston, Frank Benner, Elio Mastrainattco, Mike Valdes, Leon Wilk. and Tom Rodgers. Mr. Hugo J. Fiora will coach 1960 tennis team. Mjllcnville Millersvillr 1939 SCORES 1 F.li jlwtlilnwn 9 Lincoln - 5 0 Millerxvilli 5 Ej»i StroinUhurg 4 MUIcrtvillc 7 Kul lown . 2 Millrr villr s Kut lown 4 Miller ill 7 Ea«i Sirwuil'biirg 2 Millrr villi 5 Elizabethtown „ 4 Millcr»villc 9 Lincoln 0 I960 SCHEDl IT V |»rit 5 Elizabethtown April 7 Lincoln April 9—Kutxtown_________________ prit 13 East Stroudsburg pril27 KuUtnwii April 30 -East Stroudsburg Maj 5 Cheyney May II Lincoln May 13 Townon May 16 Elizabethtown Ho mt Honit A way Home Home Away Home Away 11 ionr Away 126Women Netters Turn in 1-3 Log Dick Dr.llocr Coach I font How: Fay Kramer. Arvilia I’rnniiigtnn, ( amir Berger. Edith lliddcim-n. Middle Row: I’al I .mglry, Betsy (jOWlIrM, Kulli L Lain. Kay K.iiillnirn, llrrla R.i-ch. Hock How: Dirk Dr-Hurl, Couch: Dotri Miller, Judy Cu'flirr, Dalis Much, Briny Kt-inlxdt. Joanne Dcnlingcr, Sue Key lor. WOMEN’S TENNIS After an undrfeated season in 1958 the women's tennis team looked for another successful campaign last year, hut the netters were able to turn in only a 1 3 log. Two of the previous season's stars were not available and another was handicapped by student teaching duties. Betty Thompson graduated in 1958. and Barbara Cott was unable to play lust year. Nancy Osborne was able to make only two of the matches because of class activity, so that the numbers 1-2-3 singles players were gone. Ruth McLain took over the number one singles spot ami Carol Berger was number two. The next two spots were filled by Pal Langley, Fay Kramer, and Dawn Huflord. After losing twice to Eliza!»cthlown the women then I owcd to Ship|M'nsburg in the first of u two-match series. In the season's finale they recorded their lone triumph of the year, 5-1. The first E-town match was halted because of darkness with E-town leading. 3-2. The match was completed liefore the second meeting of the season with E-town finally winning the affair, 1-3. This year’s team will feature all of lust year’s players except Nancy Osborne, who has graduated. A number of freshmen reported for action this spring. 1959 SCORES Millcmvilli 5 KlixalM-tlilowii I .Millersville 2 Eli abrihtown I Millrrsvillc 2 Shipitciolmr I Milh-rsvillf 5 Shippentburg • 1960 SCHEDULE April 11 Dickiiuon April 20 Elizabethtown _ Home April 26 Sliippf-n«l urx Home May 5 Shippctvdiurg .4 way .May 10 Elizabethtown dwwi Fay Kramer returns a wnc to her opponentStudent Government Student Council officer : Jim Grnh.un, Treasufcr; Jim Bidmp, I’rryidrnl: Carole Buck, Secretary; and Cary Wmdl, lice-Pretidtni. This year’ Student Crntrr Committee ron i»ted , ( Cathy Hill, Barbara Becker, Jo Ann Kiinkrl. |(ol Mehan. Bob Wright, .Norm Fond, and Gordie Miller, Student Council’ Freshman Orientation committee include,) Carole Buck. Gary Wendt. Bruy Allen. Ileidic Schroeder, Glenn Shaffer, Jim Graham, and Torn Bour.er. STUDENT COUNCIL The governing group of the student hotly is the Student Council. The ufiiccni and two represent atives-al-large are eleclctl hy the entire student body and the other fourteen representatives arc elected by the classes and civic organizations. The Council charters all student organizations, allocates the activity fee. supervises the orientation of freshmen, and sponsors social events. These social affairs include the Sweetheart Dance and Spring Fling Weekend. Student Council sponsors all other activities which promote the welfare of the college. This year. Council’s chief project was that of revising the constitution of the Student Government Association. In addition to supervising student affairs. Council offers its mcmlters experience in the principles and practice of democratic government. President Jim Bi h,i| with Student Council Adviser Mr. Clurlc Kent and Hr. Abram Foster,Front Ron: Jo Ann Kunkcl. Barbara Broker, (.'atl»y Hill. Carole Burk. Jim Bishop. Cary Wendt. Jim (iraham. Pat Yuba . Tom Rouzrr. Srconil Ron: Mary Jam- 11.•»: ■ . Barbara Brubaker, lieidic Schroeder. Bob Mehan, lbl y Allen, Norm Fogel. Third Ron: Kon Davis Dale Leber, Rob Wright, Glenn ShalTrr, Gordie Miller. Dii. Abram F »$tkii Mr. Ciianm. I. K»:nt Governing Group of the Student Body President Jim Bishop lakes time out to discus Council affair-, with representative Norm Fogel. Student Council President Inn Bishop, Dale l.eber. and Carole Buck explain t Snapper Co-editor Pat Ross Fair tire recent amendment to the eon»tilulion. Representative responsible for the re vision of the Stu.lent Council eonstitu-Cary Wendt. Jim Bi»bop. Cathy Hill I front) and lion are Barbara Brubaker. Dale Leber, Dab- Leber. ami Jim Cr.ih.mi «li cu»» plan for the Carole Buck t front) and Glenn Shaffer, annual Sweetheart Dance. and Norm FogeLWOMEN’S COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION Member of W'■•Karr Connell mwl in a special session. They include stottd: Mary Jane Hagey, Jean West. Janet Groff. Li Forrey, L »i Julius. It.irlt.iru Jeffries. Standing: Hcide Schrocdcr, Joyce Fenoermurher, Pam (.'onr.nl. Helen Heisey, Rebn Harris, (terry OI»hef ky. Karen Rambler. Stephanie Wo ney. Coed meet in Lyle Auditorium for u regular WCA get-together. Mary Ellen Cuddy and I oi Juliu help puck lawks for I lie Asian Book Drivr. Welfare Council Acts as Governing Body Ml list girls in Old Main ami I .vie Mall compose the Women’s Community s«ociation. Al ten o'clock on Monday nights, the girls journeyed to I.yte Auditorium (or mass meetings. These meetings were an effort to develop harmonious living in the dormitories. The Welfare Council nets us the governing body. and the Dean of Women is the adviser. The Women's Community. Xssociation organized the big sister-little sister program and sponsored a get-acquainted picnic for them. In the fall WCA conducted a tea for all women students. At Christmas time the girls decorated the lobbies and provided the entertainment for the unnual C Christmas party. The year was concluded with the moving-up dinner in the spring. Three cord join in the Christina spirit u» they mi in front ol ilir tree in Old Main. They are JoAnn Putnam, Julie Nye. and Marian eely.WOMEN’S DAY STUDENT ASSOCIATION Tilt women who live at home and also |«nrt time at the college, spend their free time between classes ami lunch hour in a room located under the Old Chapel. This room includes tables and chairs, lockers, pianos. «andy and milk machines. They make themselves comfortable in their second home, trying to maintain a friendly relationship among all the commuting students. The governing body of this association includes the officers and women's da student association council, consisting of representatives from all the classes: one freshman, two sophomores, three juniors, four seniors, and two delegates at large. Several of the activities conducted throughout the year included a big-little sister picnic, Christmas party, tea. dance, and a day student picnic with the men day students. WDSA Plans Actiuities for Commuting Students Djy Room Council front Now: Janrt Krrim-r. B.irli.ira Br.iughl. I.inda Irvin. Ruth McLain. Middle Now: Carol Puydock. Elaine Scnsenich. Jean Sirll.T. Judy Kin-holt. Hack Now: June Coojier. Julie Frizzell, Jeanne Hcroux, Mr-. Lillian Broome. Ad riser; Bar-bora Bruli.iker, Joyce Reynold , Kay Kauffman, Joyce Weaver. I.inda Irvin and Jeanne lleroux offer Lynn Liclverman “punch at a tea entertaining dorm student . Council Oftici-rs: Elaine Sensenicli, Secretary. Standing: Jean Stellrr, President; Clorol Paydoek, Vice-President; Judy Kirelioff, Treasurer. 133Roddy Hall MCA Officer : Sam Shalida. I ice-President: Boh Prcl-lynian. Treasurer; Carl vonStetton, Secretary; Dale I.cher, Student Council Representative: Norm Fogel, President. Old Main MCA Officers: Steve Kovach. I'ice-President. sealed: lloli Mchun, President; At Camhone. Treasurer; Tom Ackerman, Secretary. Absent I Hon Davis Student Council Representative. Joe Pitch uses Old Main recreation room lo practice lor Old Main men' pint: (muii: tournament. MEN’S COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION On ihe second Wednesday of every month the Men’s Community Association meets to direct the activities of the men who reside in the dormitories. During the school year MCA sponsors dances which are arranged hy the social committee. MCA provides ping pong tables, television sets, and a canteen for the men. In addition to these facilities. MCA also keeps a file of the names and addresses of various places which provide information about foreign countries. The MCA meetings provide an opportunity for the men lo discuss current problems ami offer suggestions for improvements which will help the association. Ilirlurd Lagrnllc. I.ee Hliodr . ami Hill Wur-t relax in Buddy II. 11 lounge. Freshman Chuck 1-iLumcra taken advantage of facilities in Old Main to wa-li hi laundry.Favorite ju6iimr in the nwnV day room eem to lx- oaring, readins, ■•'“I alklnK. MDSA Joins With WDSA To Sponsor Dance MEN’S DAY STUDENT ASSOCIATION The commuting men students have their second home on the second floor of the Student Center. Here they can study, relax. j»lay cards, and make use of the refreshment machines. Kvery month a free lunch is held for the commuting men students. The men have officer , who hold regular meeting , and whenever u special event i held, committees arc appointed to do the planning. Their big affair of the year was on March 12. when they s|x nsored a dance with the women day students. Roland Hinchlwugh u«« day room t study for hi next class. Dour Minnich cjlchr a bite while Tom Aniidon catcher up on Snapper new . OFFICERS Front Row: Novin Weil, Jame Kopf. Hml. Ron; Jude SchljRrr, Ted Lampjrter. Ken Keener.Front Rote: Ann Rudolph, Barbara Heck, Mary Ami Buekw.ilter, Joyce Bjviw, Mary E. Brubaker. Middle How: Bonnie Alwinr, Barbara Erwin. Kay Slat ford, Jran Well?, Donna Fi««e). Kath Menjses Joan Crrvrling. Had. Kou Nancv Hoke, Khode si l.’rowder. Barbara Yeager Bigler, Hutli McLain. Pal Warner, Bonnie Alwine (front) ami Joe Goebel, Co-editor Ned Benner and Barbara Stalker review Snapper assignments. Mh. Kvhi.k M. Hnr., Jh. 136 THE SNAPPER Snapper is a weekly, letterpress newspaper, published I ( by Snapper stall memhers. the members of the journalism class, and advised by Mr. Karle M. Hite. Jr. The primary purpose of the college paper is to present, rapidly ami accurately. an unbiased view of campus events. The four-page newspaper includes general campus news, pictures, club news, features, editorials, editorial cartoons, fashion, music, and exchange columns, plus coverage of all athletic events. The co-editors of the paper, which is affiliated with the Associated Collegiate Press and the Columbia Scholastic Press Association, during the current 1959.60 year were Pat Ross Fair. Ned Benner and Pat Warner. Snapper received first place awards from CSPA and ACP during the past four years plus a Medalist award from CSPA this year. Circulation Manager Hobcrt.i Scott talk" with assistants Frank .May. Bob I'ltompson. and Kirhjid Hitzelbcrger.Publications 4 Hi. Slunk twin . Sue and Pal. look v.-r Bu inr»« Manager Elaine Srn-enirh’ lmulder a »he type. a hill. Snapper Informs Students About Campus Actiuities S|KiM- Editor I’hil It nc with hi a«i»tanl John lie , Elaine Shaffer. and I irr Shenk (dan article. for the Snapptr. Frr»hnian Reporters are: Sra:rl: Nancy Fcr(ju on, Carol Downey. Kay Rcploxle, Nancy Sinclair. Charlotte Schauni. Standing: Joan Hamilton. Judy lams. Barbara Croyle, Jackie Sanchez. Crace Kramer. Handbook Stall include.: Seated: Brt«y Alien. Uiwn Slier man. Standing: Mr. Earle Hite, Adviirr: Pat K . Fair, Editor: and Barbara Cer'hinan, Harriett.' On-n. Dolores Kelirer. Pal Warner. and Ann Kudol|ih review a recent i»ur of Siui i ier.TOUCHSTONE Sophomore Staff Member Kathic Knon . Judy Movbacli and Marlene Luckcnbaugh, discus layout plan for their re | ecti«e ection. I nder the l a«lrrrshi| of co-editors Nancy Boyer and Mar Ann Felly, the Touchstone stall has prrrduced the sixty-first edition. Instead « f having a formal theme throughout the hook, the Tore Hstonk of I960 features MSTC’s campus informal!) ill pictures. gain this year the students have received a eopy as part of their activities fee. Six MSTC students attended the annual ssociated Collegiate Cross Convention on November Id anil I I in New York City. Members of the TOUCHSTONE stall who participated were co-editor Nancy Boyer. faculty editor Gerry Olshefsky. and business manager Barbara Brubaker. On April 23, 1059, tin- Touchstone joined with the Snapper for the second annual publication banquet. A certificate was presented to those who had worked for two years on the staff. To staff members completing three years' work, a TOUCHSTONE key was awarded. Senior Nancy Osborne was honored for her outstanding work for three years on the Touchstone staff by Iteing presented the Helen Doll l.ingeufellet Award. The 1959 edition of the TOUCHSTONE received a first-place-rating from the Columbia Scholastic Press Assim ia-lion. The Associated Collegiate Press awarded a second-place-rating to the Touchstone. After another year of hard work, the staff completed the TOUCHSTONE and celebrated by enjoying a turkey dinner at the third annual publications banquet. The customary awards were presented to the members who completed two or three years of work. Yearlxtok Staff meets to di cu» auiiinnimls The -ijfl includes From Rom : Virginia Gladfelter, K.uliie Ko- n . Jean W est. an - Royer. Cord i lor; Mary Ann Felly. Co-edtlor; Betsy Allen. Arlene Untuning. Back Ron: t.erry Olshefsky. Nancy Siilcldn-rry. | u Langley. Judy Judge. Kay Staffer. Judy Muscbach. Inrz Parker, Betsy Gourdes . Marlene l.iirkcnltauKh. Mi«. Ivuai: M. Hitk. Jh. Joyce Bri litldll. Marian Ha Mrom, ami Dianu Dean enjoy a ’Sneak preview” of the 1%0 Tin custom: as Barham er«hnutn and Beverly Trnsley look over their shoulder . Touchstone Presents Pictorial History of College Year Art editor Carl vonSlotten and Kathy Meisev discuss sketches for the divider page . Arlene Brauning and Inez Parker a i t Business Manager Barham Brubaker (left) in keeping the yearbook's timinciuJ records up-to-date.front Non- • j»I B«l»ln, Joan Sflunl . Barbara roylr, Darla Kulp. Karen ahkar, Mary Shaffer. K.iy Kauffman, Julie Fn ll, Barbara ltu-li iin. Miller, JoAnn Kunkcl. Second How Patricia Bord, Earl Shaffrr. Nancy Golldtall. Inr . Parker. Carol Kitm . Joanne Denliny- er. lad S«idler, Joan Dockey, Lynn Eckert. Mary Elirlurt. John Rylre. Connie Hohman, Joan Ceinmel. Ju.Jy Graham. Third Row: Peyny Kriebel. Sylvia Solliday, David Milke. Louise Brrkrlrrorr, Janet Sell, Vivian Holler, Ro|M-rt C. Pretty man. John Stover. Pat Selieffer, I.irr (hvh, Truman Drown, Dick Shoemaker, Harold Waltrr, Ronald R. Slirrl rr, Earle Shaw. Hark How: Marie Deiblrr, Dorothy Krneurr. Fay h'lilirinan. Rill Rrgcslrr. Rosemarie Pojtvsisl, J«m- GoelwL Studrnt Oi rector; Donald Kauffman, Ronald A. Blouch. Ken Hirnriscn. (L Wayne V .igainun. Tin marching hand performed ui ail of the home foot hall games, and also one away game. In addition to the instrumentalists. Hag and baton Iwirlers. and the eight member color guard appeared with the bund. Freshmen who showed their interest in music by joining the band were a big asset to the organization. The concert band, a larger unit than the marching band, ga e its annual Spring Concert with the choir. A wide variety of music was prepared for this program. Majorette Front How: Patricia Farlry, Colk-rn C.loUser. Hark How: Barbara l.ijtht. Virginia Davenport. Odor Guard Barbara Eek, Linda Rambler, Barbara Erwin. Ann Rudolph. Linda Holmcislcr, Barbara Heck. Pal Ycaricks, Joan MrClauchlin.r Front Hou Dorothy t .inlor, Judy Fulmer. Mary Riril Dawn Sherman, Harold Waller . Ronald Shertwr. Il.irold Hailey. Vndy Hryjnt. John Empei, Honald Biouch, Kenneth Erh, Tlionia Morrison. Darrell Brown, Clmn Juliu . Pairiek Yulia . Holirri S hnert. Allred Schneider. David Milkc. Honald Snavely. Kohert 1-orrn . Second Hour Man l.inda Ev.in». Mary Jane llagey. Janet Beame-derfer. Sue Drayer, Joanne Yraeley. Mar Yoder Heed. Robin K« g ri « Hill ('hamlier . Paul Roger . CJiri tophcr M»1k II. Hurry Mason. Bertram Miller. Ronald Davi . Frank I-indium. Clarence I . High. Jim l.eaman, Tom Rouxer. Frederiek Fry. Bob Rice. Rod Hite. Pre»ion Miller. Third How: nn IjOuIm- Hover. Joan Doe key, Karen Rambler. J an Robert. Rellu Barbara ScchrUl. Carol Kaltriter Buvhy. Dot lie Angle. Dii Rader, Pal N hank. Sue Shank. Maxine Wick man. Ann inyard, Zairrula V.iludc . Carole Paydoek. Fay Fuhrman. Joan Weaver. Joanne DenrdorlT. Jo nn Kunkel, Barbara Heni| el. Hm I. How: Mary Ellen N atter, Carolyn l.uithlrn. Shirlev Moore, RImmIj Crowe, Sandra Borne . laikiel Hrinton. Jane Warner, Deanna My i-R.ieliel Noll, t irolyn l.averiy. Inc Parker. Kathie Koon . Judy Shemeld, Beverly Artin, Bur bora Brubaker, Ellen llrownmiller. Virginia Crook Ruth Waite. Beverly Robert . Ila el Durham, Mary Jean IJIIard, Maryunnu Dungan, Mr. Jame Xwully, Director. Mh. JaMK E. Zw vliy Director Choir Ends Year With Spring Concert CHOIR Mr. Zwjllv li»lm a Roll luircn . Rhoila Crowe. ndy Bryant anil Judy Fulmer rehear a choir number. The college choir, under the direction of Mr. James E. wall), ha had a busy year of activities. Composed of over eighty voicrS this year, the choir licgan its season by entertaining student and parents on the annual Parents’ Day. Vft -r the lir t engagement most rehearsal time was spent in preparing for the traditional Christmas candlelight service, which was presented in Lyte Auditorium and rc|K alcd for the Armstrong Cork Company in Lancaster. During the spring session the group had many church and civic club engagements and high school tours, which included entertaining the memlmrs of the Southern District Hand festival held at Penn Manor High School. The presentation of a spring concert was the final highlight of a busy year. Bob Ijirrnr. Mr. Zvi.illy and Andy Bryant dlvcu the new hlu er fur choir.STRING ENSEMBLE Mil. Mi.izkii R. Pom mi The Sli in" Ensemble meets twice a week under the di-reel ion c»f Mr. Melzer R. Porter chairman of the music department. The group consists of students who have joined the organization to play primarily for their own [MSrsonal enjoyment. Compositions by noted composers such as Schubert. Handel. Ilacli, Mozart, and I lads n have provided the chamber music played by the Ensemble. During the year the String Ensemble lias played in the recitals of Miss Marie Cast and for other campus functions. The members have found that Ensemble playing bus developed a keenness of ear and an appreciation of the more delicate aspects of music. Siring Ensemble member George MeGlosky. Sidney Singe-myei, mid Lorraine Mess prepare fur prartice. 142Judge Mr. Koiuld Sykes. Mr. Kiclurd Ij»w, Mr. Frami Kafka. and Alpha I’lii Onw-iw I’re.idetU John Sifinrmann dwosc Women’ Day Student A»- «iuli«n display a the fir-t prize winner. Campus Life Nominee for Homecoming (.luerii Iar» l Ij |on. Dawn Sherman and Sandy Shriniplin | o e informally for I ourh !one photographer. HOMECOMING Scattered showers ruined many «»f file Homecoming displays, but the rain did not have even a dani| ening effect on the football team. Tire Marauders brightened the day l downing Rlootmhurg, 2D-1 I. for their first win over the Huskies since 1913. 'Hie Millersville hand was host to the Rloomsburg hand at half-time, which was highlighted h the selection of freshman Dawn Sherman a Homecoming Queen. As the climax of tin- day. Dawn reigned over "Autumn Nocturne." the 1959 version of the Varsity Drag. Mrs. D. I.. Itirno-drrfrr rr«wn- Homecoming l, u«-rn Dawn Sherman at the Varsity Drag. N Varsity f.luh representative Dick Shaifler presents j |Miu |uet of nw- to the newly announced i|uren. Dawn Sherman. S ■ oinl prize went to the publication Mat! for depicting the Snapper mascot and the background of the name Snupprr.Nancy Stitchberry Sweetheart Queen Nancy Stitchberry was selected as Millers-villa's Sued heart Queen for l% ) over seven other candidates h the student hod). Two candidates from each of the four classes were chosen to vie for the title. An all-college election resulted with Nancy as the queen. Nancy was • rowned l» Mrs. I). Luke Biemesderfer on February 19. The queen and her court reigned over the all-college dance featuring the Boh Stetler Band. Brooks Hall, decorated in red-and-white. almost “burst at its seams" when the many students and their guests attempted to find enough space to try their dance steps. Again this year the Sweetheart Dance was a project of Student Council. Jim Bishop, president of Student Council, headed the receiving line. Eijslu candidates vied for the title of Sweetheart Queen thi» year. The) included clockwise from louer left I.yn Miller, Diane Lewis. Sue Murk ley. Barbara (JerMv man. Nancy Stitchberry. Ann IJneaweaver and (Jerry )Micf»ky. Anne Fa-thurn was absent when the picture was taken. SWEETHEART DANCE Queen Nancy i- crowned by Mr . I). I.. Bienn-Mierfer at tile Sweetheart Bailee in februory. Her attendants are (Jerry Olshrfsky left and Ann Lincavrcaver.SPRING FLING Many exciting events took place on the Spring Fling weekend of 1959. Beginning on Friday night, a talent show was presented by students of the college. The recipient of the talent award was Jane Laws. Jane gave a comical monologue on the head residents of the college. Saturday's program got into full swing with a variety of sports events, including tennis, table tennis, croquet, archery, volleyball, and swimming. At noontime a picnic lunch was held out-of-doors. The weekend was climaxed by the Spring Fling semi-formal dance when Bonnie Rosa was crowned queen. Many thanks go to Student Council for the outstanding planning of a weekend long to l e remembered. Bonnie Rosa reigned a Mis Spring Fling .it die dance. a highlight of the weekend. croup of MSTC -tudrnt- Rather on the lawn during -innu.il | irni . June Laws Talent Queen of the Spring Flint; variety show, receives congratulation from Student Council President Jim Bi-hop. Candidates for Miss Spring- Front Row: Bonnie Rom, Cindy Gocklry. and Virginia Davenport. Hark Rou: Jane Laws. Peggy White. Helen Schuler. and Mao Jean Lilian!.Decoration depicting Charleston day arc placed in the gym by Margie Kile and Bonnie Rosa (or ilir Roarin’ Twenties dance sponsored by tlu: Women’s Varsity Club, College Dances Offer Social Life For MSTC Students Rock ’n roll lends the bent for j jitterbug at the freshman prom. MSTC students and lltoir il.itrs dance to mood music at the 1959 Varsity Drag. Vivi Holler and Bill Hegester relax during intermission Intermission mean punch and cookies served by Ron lilonch at the freshman prom. “Blue Sands." (or Beverly Troslcy and Clifton Wagner. Five senior girl try on caps ,m.l gown and discus their soon-to-be Commencement. Marian nr (jntwrll anil Judy Garrett “cap 4 France Vesclo who is seated; while senior Barbara Ruyuk and France Quigley explain their future plan to freshman Gail Healey who has the whole thing to look forward to. COMMENCEMENT AND BACCALAUREATE Commencement, the final step for the senior, was held on May 27. After four year of preparing for their profession. the seniors welcomed this day on which they received their diplomas, qualifying them to teach. This class of 1960 was the first class to graduate from the recently renamed Millersville State College. Also for the first time in Millersville's history Baccalaureate services anil the Commencement program were both held on the same day. Dr. Kdward I). Eddy. Jr.. Vice-President and Provost at the I diversity of New Hampshire, was the featured speaker at the Commencement program. President Biemcsdcrfcr presented the diplomas to the gruduates. As each senior received his diploma he reminisced of the teachers and professors who had instructed him in the last sixteen years. Commencement marked his first step toward the acceptance of the responsibilities similar to those of his former instructors. Can he liecome as successful in the profession as they had? With determination the graduate left Millersville to meet the challenges confronting him as a teacher. Commencement speaker. Dr. F-dw.ud D. Eddy, Jr. 147College library in j winter yetting of -now and ice. CONCLUSION The conclusion marks llic end of the yearbook and the end of the senior’s undergraduate college days. The yearbook can depict incidents in the life of the college student, but it cannot foretell what the graduate can and will tlo. The Millersville of i960 offers new challenges to the senior which were not evident several years ago. The senior has had many opportunities for an extensive education, and an opportunity for a more liberal education with the introduction into the various curriculum- of Russian, anthropology and other advanced subjects. Students have had an opportunity to see and hear famous literary personalities such ns John Cinrdi. Sid Ricketts Sunnier, K. K. Cummings and many others. These opportunities have resulted from the foresight and work of the administration and faculty who realize that a teacher must have a thorough educational background. In the past, graduate- were expected to be trained in their respective field whether it be mathematics. English, or elementary critical ion. However, educators are realizing that to challenge a class a teacher must have more than a knowledge of science or mathematics. Me must he aware of his environment with its changes ami advancements. He must Ik able to create a favorable impression when associating with those in other professions. As the college advances so must the student, senior and teacher, loday s senior can demonstrate by his actions and speech that he is a well-educated individual, not merely a person who has been trained t • answer questions related to one isolated subject. Ibis is the challenge offered to the senior of an advancing and progressive society. Lour years at Millersville have offered an opportunity to prepare for a profession. Only if the senior has taken advantage of the educational advancements ami opportunities offered for him, can he be prepared to adequately represent the profession. 148 Thk Editors Sophomore Hill Harshaw, Jem lltunird, Kay Kauffman, ami Sandy Stormfelt chat after lunch in tin- Student Center. Memories. . . of Carefree Days Day student dunce committee memhrrs Jim Kopf. Joyce Weaver, and Hemic -Sunlunicllo look over a pouter advertising: their March dance. Joyce Reynolds kneels IkJok the poster. 1 9FORRY and HACKER Printers of the “Snapper" 619 N. Jefferson Street Ph. EX 3-4452 LANCASTER. PA. A. C. E. I. Bids You Good-By MANOR VIEW DAIRY and LUNCH BAR MILLERSVILLE, PA. 152DEMUTH TOBACCO SHOP “SNUFF ANI) CIGARS” h'.xlablishrtl 1770 114 E. King Street LANCASTER, PA. Under the heading of “extra curricular” activities come the “nun in the lake." Hr was rescued later, Mill in good sliape. “They said it couldn't he done" CLASS of 1960 SHENK BROS. SPORTING GOODS and TOYS 30 32 Went King Street LANCASTER, PA. BOWERS’ PHOTOGRAPHIC SERVICE Photographic Headquarters Congratulations, Seniors 19 E. Frederick Street M1LLERSVILLK, PA. 153 lini--i ni office clerk Koxrmary Ki inan dUcu»n-« prc-rcgisiralion plans v»iih Hevcrly Trosley ami Jim Hnrf. MILLER BROS. 24 HOUR SERVICE 1980 01.1 Philadelphia Pike LANCASTER. PA. Complete Automatic Coin-Operated Food Sendee . . . Whatever You Vceil HKRSIIEY Cull Collect LANCASTER or KK 3-9141 CE 8-2842 EX 7-2831 “Besl W ishes From W. (1. A.’ COE CAMERA SHOP I fit North Queen Street LANCASTER, PA. Best Wishes to the Class of 60 WOMEN'S DAY STUDENT ASSOCIATION L. R. HERR SON The Portable Typewriter Store Office and School Supplies Furniture Books Stationery Printing Toys 154 Telephone: EXprets 4-7221THE SNAPPEK Citamard spelled backwards lias meant dramatics for 25 years at M. S. T. C. 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