Millville Joint High School - Echo Yearbook (Millville, PA)
- Class of 1958
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THE SENIOR CLASS George D. Prentice-"Flight of Years
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thingsg a time for great things and a time for small
Cervantes - "Don Quixote"
This completed yearbook is the result of many
hard hours of work and the desire to create a book
that is worthy of representing the Class of l958. The
class, in choosing the theme, "Around the Clock at
Millville High," wishes to express in this book the de-
lightful as well as the studious times spent within the
ivy covered walls of its dear old Alma Mater.
"Six years - six little years - six drops of time."
Matthew Arnold - "Mycerinus"
SUPREME COURT ACTION ROCKS NATION - In-
tegration ot races causes revolt at Little Rock, Arkan-
sas, in Sept. I957. ASIAN FLU INVADES U.S. - Shots
given to prevent spread of disease. - Sept. I957.
NAVY'S VANGUARD ROCKET launches baby
"moon" into orbit around earth from Cape Canav-
eral, Fla., on March I7, I958. RUSSIANS BEAT
U.S. IN RACE TO OUTER SPACE - On October 4,
I957, the Russians launched the first world satellite,
Sputnik I, later they put up a second, Sputnik II,
which carried a dog. On Feb. IO, I958, the U.S.
launched its first satellite, the Explorer. On March I7,
the second U.S. satellite, the Vanguard, went into
orbit. BLOOMSBURG'S WORST FIRE OF 'I957 -
Bob's Esso Service Station on Millville road was gut-
ted on Dec. I4, I957, Eight persons were injured, one
died later from burns. BERWICK'S WORST FIRE
SINCE EARLY 'I900's - Started in Hotel Morton at
about 3 ANI. on Jan. 4, I958. Destroyed one half
block of business district, killing 2 people, injuring
many. DREAM CAR OF THE YEAR - I958 Cadillac.
FASHIONS FOR '58 - Gloria Lyons models a party
trock, Betty Crebs sports the new style sack dress -
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ECHO MEMBERS, FIRST ROW: Berry Crebs lTypistl, Lois English lTypistl. SECOND ROW: Pofsy Beagle, Jane
Remener. STANDING: Dovid Glenn, Donny Derr lSporfs Editorl, Lindo Greenly, Jim Woolcock.
BUSINESS MANAGER-David Glenn, ASSISTANT COPY EDITOR
Patsy Beagle, ASSOCIATE EDITOR-Jane Remener COPY EDITOR
STUDENT COUNCIL. SEATED: Barbara Dildine fNinth Gradel, KSeventh Gradel, Gail Mausteller iSeventh Gradel, Robert Gord-
Ronnie Zeisloft lTreasurer-Eleventh Gradel, Nelson Whitenight ner lEighth Gradej, Carol Bostic lEighth Gradej, Roy Bower
lPresident-Twelfth Gradel, Eunice Zeisloft KSecretary-Twelfth lNintl1 Gradel, Ella Mae Frey lTenth Gradel. ABSENT: Jerry
Gradel, Mr. Seymour Stere iAdvisot+. STANDING: James Beagle Woolcock lTenth Gradel, Virginia Holdren IEleventh Gradel.
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Governing Body of M. H. S.
Members of the Student Council have put together
and published a handbook for the students of M.H.S
The book contains information about the school and will
be of value to the students, who really appreciate it.
The President of the Student Council is a member
of the Senior Class. Meetings are called by the advisor,
Mr. Stere, or the President. The council sponsors many
difterent activities in the school.
The school year of 1957-58 was o very progressive
and successful year for the organization. We are striv-
ing for a better council and a better school in the years
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MILLVILLE HIGH SCHOOL BAND, FIRST ROW: Edith Artman,
Nancy Glenn, Tisha Albertson, Janet Lyons, Kay Zeisloft. SEC-
OND ROW: Ann Bennett, Linda Greenly, Suzanne Weatherill,
Carol Whitmoyer, Carol Bowman, Saundra Laver, Paulette Eves,
Dennis Farr, Roy Bower. THIRD ROW: Donna Mrock, Sandy Saab,
Sharyn Lyons, Bernita Sweeney, Marilee Sweeney, Pat Smith,
Patty Eves, Carol Diehl, George Creasy. FOURTH ROW: Dottie
Dildine, Roberta Clewell, Sandy Lawton, Marie Eyer, Deanna
Woolcock, Dorothy Hartman, Jeannette Eves, Ned Eyer, Nancy
Horn, Sara Bardo, Chester McQuaide. FIFTH ROW: Lindsay Row-
land, Gradon Bitler, Gail Maustellar, Judy Lyons, Judy Geissler,
Sue Adams, Gerdi Kelsey, Gary Stair, Rodney Derrick, Jerry
Woolcock. SIXTH ROW: Jim Woolcock, Karl Girton, David Derr,
Larry Whitmoyer, Bonita Wehr, Paul Weatherill, Lawrence De-
Wald, David Schnaars, Roxanne Kline, Billy Farr. SEVENTH ROW:
Ruth Girton, Barbara Dildine, Elaine Garrison, Donna Thomas,
Mr. Lewis Dove iDirectorl, Judy Lawton, Peggy Plock, David Glenn
Danny Derr, Bobby Blew, Chet Creasy. EIGHTH ROW: Jane
Remener, Joan Remener. ABSENT: Ellen Churchman, Susan Myers,
Bess Marie Blass.
SENIOR BAND MEMBERS, FIRST ROW: Edith Artman, Linda
Greenly, Dottie Dildine, Joan Remener, Jane Remener, Sara
Barda, Suzanne Weatherill. SECOND ROW: Jim Woolcock, Karl
Girton, David Glenn, Dan Derr. ABSENT: Ellen Churchman.
GLEE CLUB SINGS IN FULL VOICE AGAIN: At the piano, Nancy
Glenn lpianistl, Mr, Lewis Dove LDirectorl, FIRST ROW: Sandy
Saab, Miriam Holdren, Gay Shater, Patty Eves, Esther Watts,
Carol Whitmoyer, SECOND ROW: Sue Rishel, Joanne Mosier,
Barbara Dildine, Dianne Sharrow, Elaine Garrison, Betsy Beitz,
Tisha Albertson, Sue Adams, Donna Thomas, Ruth Girton. THIRD
ROW: Sandy Fetzer, Marilee Sweeney, Pat Smith, Judy Lyons
Millie English, Editha Harding, Ann Nelson, Marilyn May Rosa
Sharrow, Peggy Plank, ABSENT: Carol Bowman, Yvonne Suprum
SENIOR CHORALEERS, LEFT TO RIGHT: Sara Bardo, Linda
Greenly, Dottie Dildine, Mary Ruth Hess, Edith Artman, Arlene
Bardo, Mr. Lewis Dove lDirectorl. ABSENT: Sandra Farr.
FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA, FIRST ROW: Karen Reese
lTreasureri, Joy Morris lSecretaryl, Eleanor Kile lCounty Secre-
taryi, Elaine Garrison lPresidentl, Sue Adams, Betsy Beitz.
FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA, SEATED: George Miller lsenlinell,
Martin Andes Ureasurerl, Jay Weatherill lReporteri, Henry Stack-
house Nice-Presidentl, Glen Milroy lPresidentl, Mason Holdren
lSecretaryl, Lynn Allbeck lChaplainl, Stanley Rooker lAssistant
SECOND ROW: Mrs. Mordan lAdvisorl, Roxanne Kline, Mary
Ann Kitchen, Joyce Ball.
Advisory STANDING: Mr. Shaw lAdvisOrl, Curl P0Vl45f WGYUC
Watts, Donald Thomas, Ed Johnson, George Duncan, Carl Craw-
ford, Larue Lawton, Claude Glidewell, Bill Kramer.
LIBRARY CLUB FIRST Row
, : Carol Bostic, Connie Cox, Lois dine, Eleanor Kile, Ann Nelson, Joy Morris, Shirley Snyder
English, Ge-orgianna Robbins lSecretaryl, Mary Ruth Hess lTreas- THIRD ROW: Robert Fisher, Gloria Appleman, Mary Ann Wright
urerj, Neva Eckroth lPresidentl, Janet Lyons lVice-Presidentl, Dorothy Hartman, Margaret Stackhouse, Parnley Mackey Jean
Dorothy Plock, Deanna Woolcack, Erma Eclcroth, SECOND ROW: Booth, Esther Watts, Gail Mausteller, Bernita Sweeney Peggy
Mrs, Smeal lAdvisorl, Ella Mae Frey, Sara Bardo, Janet Glide- Brown, Deanna Travelpiece, Royce Robbins.
well, Judy Lawton, Betty Dreher, Elaine Garrison, Barbara Dil-
HISTORICAL CLUB, SEATED: Lois English lVice-Presidentl, Neva Eckroth lPi'esidentJ, Janet Glidewell lSecre
taryl. STANDING: Betty Dreher lTreasurerl, Marlene Ritchie lNews Reporterj, M ' '
rs. Kile lAdvlsorD. ABSENT
SCHOOL JOURNALISTS, FIRST ROW: Betty Crebs, Marleen
Ritchie, Marilee Sweeney, Pat Smith, Carol Bowman CAssociate
Editori, Linda Greenly lEditor-in-Chiefi, Suzanne Weatherill
lNews Editori, Joan Remener lFeature Editori, Jane Remener
lFeature Editori, Sara Bardo, Rodney Derrick, David Glenn
lSport Editori. SECOND ROW: Nancy Horn, Dottie Dildine, Ann
Bennett, Barbara Meek, Ellen Allbeck, June Boudman, Joanne
Mosier, Judy Thomas, Karl Girton lCirculation Editori, Nelson
Whitenight. THIRD ROW: Mr. Ludwig lAdvisori, Edith Artman,
Mary Ruth Hess, Ruth Girton, Tisha Albertson, Millie English,
Bonita Wehr, Nancy Glenn, Ronnie Zeisloft, Lindsay Rowland,
Mrs. Gardner lAdvisori.
Joan Remener, Linda Greenly.
QUILL AND SCROLL MEMBERS, FIRST ROW: Palsy Beagle
Dottie Dildine, SECOND ROW: David Glenn, Karl Girton
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QUILL AND SCROLLERS: .lane Remener, Suzanne Weatherill
"We're from Mi11vil1e,-
It Makes Us All the Prouderf'
VARSITY CHEERLEADERS, TOP TO BOTTOM:
Mrs. Mildred Glenn
JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS, FIRST ROW: Georgionno Robbins, Potty
Eves, Tishc Albertson iCc1pioinJ, Sue Adams, Donna Mrock. SECOND ROW:
Mcry Ann Wright, Shciryn Lyons, Janet Lyons, Aniio Eyer.
Virginia Holdren, Judy Lyons, Nancy Glenn,
Millie English, Eulolio Frey, June Remener ICO-
cnptoinl, Jocin Remener ICO-coptoinl.
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MILLVILLE HIGH BASEBALL TEAM OF 1957, KNEELING: Larry Marlin Yohey, Tom Bitler, Bill Welliver, Tom Kaler, Jerry Wool-
Mills, Gradon Bitler, Harold Fisk, Roy Kreamer, Gerdi Kelsey, cock, Jon Lawton, Dick Holdren, Mr. Walter Stanek IAssisiant
David Derr, George Bitler, Lindsay Rowland, Barry Magargle. Coachl. ABSENT: Chet Boudman, and Managers Wayne Watts,
STANDING: Mr. Millard Ludwig iCoachl, Henry Stackhouse, Jim Jon Lyons, Stanley Rooker, and Ken Mills.
Woolcock, Ronald Holdren, Danny Derr, Gary Stair, Don Bitler,
1957 SOCCER TEAM OF MILLVILLE HIGH SCHOOL, FIRST ROW: Mr. Millard Ludwig iCoachJ, Jon Lawton,
Henry Stackhouse, David Glenn, Chet Boudman, Bill Welliver, .lim Woolcock. SECOND ROW: Wayne Watts,
Hurley Reese, Jon Lyons, Ricky Musselman, Ken Mills, Dick Holdren, Roy Bower, Ed Boudman, George Creasy.
THIRD ROW: Rodney Derrick, Gerdi Kelsey, Jerry Woolcock, Marlin Yohey, Raymond Travelpiece, Lindsay
Rowland, Mr, Walter Stanek KCoacl1J. ABSENT: George Duncan, Sidney Reese, Dennis Farr, Ned Eyer, Larry
Mills, Ronnie Sheatler, and Managers Wm. Farr, .lim Beagle, Lew Rarig, Royce Robbins, and Harry Welliver.
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SIDNEY REESE-"Sid" is prepared for a pass
through the middle. GEORGE DUNCAN-George
is eyeing the ball for a penalty kick. JON LAW-
TON-Jon, a back court man, is getting ready to
assist a teammate in scoring. He also played a
masterful game of soccer at center half. DAVE
GLENN-Dave's set up for a long shot. He also
was a fine goalie on the soccer team. JIM
WOOLCOCK-Jim takes the popular iump shot
from in close. Jim was a two year varsity man.
He also played baseball and soccer. BILL
WELLIVER-Bill is at the line for another free
throw. He also played soccer and baseball. He
made the l957 Columbia County All-Star Soccer
Squad. CHET BOUDMAN-Cl1et's passing into
another successful play, Chet also played soccer
and baseball. He was named to the I957
Columbia County All-Star Soccer Squad. HENRY
STACKHOUSE-Henry served as bonus baseman
at the initial sack, also played fullback on
the soccer team of last fall. DAN DERR-Dan,
captain of the I958 baseball squad, played
four years of inspiring ball. Was tender of the
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MILLVILLE HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL TEAM OF 1958, KNEELING: Jon Lyons, Kenny Mills, Roy Bower, Lindsay,
Rowland, Bill Welliver, Raymond Travelpiece, David Briffen, Barry Magargle, Dennis Farr, SECOND ROW:
Dick Holdren, Gerdi Kelsey, Mr. Millard Ludwig iCoachJ, Henry Sfackhouse. THIRD ROW: David Derr, Chester
Boudman, Tom DeWcld, Danny Derr iCapTainl, Glenn Milroy. ABSENT: Stanley Rooker, Gary Long, Joe
ATHLETIC COUNCIL, SEATED: Maus Eyer, Mrs. Mildred Glenn, Mr. Millard Ludwig, Mr. Walfer Sianek, Mr.
Seymour Srere, Mr. Wallace Derr, Mr. Adam Rarig, Mr. Harold Shaw. STANDING: Kenneth Sweeney, David
Glenn, Jane Remener, ABSENT: Mr. T. A. Williammee.
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TO THE CLASS OF 1958
TO THE SENIORS OF 1958
As time goes on it appears to be more difticult to pre-
pare a message to the graduating class.
This year seems to be one of confusion on the part of
education, especially since we are entering the so called
Regardless of what you are planning to do-continue
your education-enter the armed forces-secure immediate
employment-or become a housewife-do your very best.
Too many young people today are taking the "path of
least resistance," instead of putting forth their best effort.
Let not the Class of i958 be guilty of this.
Mr. T. A. Williammae, Supervis-
ing Principal, and Mrs. Charlotte
Albertson, Ottice Secretary.
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Recent events have emphasized the
need for a more thorough education. The
Millville Joint High School has striven to
meet this need. Although standards here
have been reasonably high, graduates of
the future must look for still higher attain-
ment. The times demand it. Further your
education by going to college or trade
school if possible. You have iust begun to
Very sincerely yours,
T. A. WILLIAMMEE
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sistant Principaland Guid-
Mrs. IRENE S. HUNTSMAN
Mrs. MARY W. KLINE
Second and Third Grade
Mrs. MARGUERITE WOLFF
Mr. ADAM L. RARIG
Physical Education, Health
Mrs. MILDRED l.. GLENN
Physical Educaiion, Heallh f
Mr. WALTER 6. STANEK
Social Studies, General Science
Mr. WILLIAM C. COFFMAN
Miss RUTH E. THOMAS
Mr. GERALD M. WOOLCOCK
Mr. JAMES B. CORTRIGHT
Mr. HAROLD L. SHAW
Vocational Agriculture, Mathematics
Mrs. LUCILLE S. KILE
Mrs. DOROTHY D. GARDNER
Mr. JOHN .l. CARDONE
Driver Education, History, Spelling
Mr. MlLLARD C. LUDWIG
English, Latin, Guidance
Mr. ROBERT J. BLEW
Dr. JAY E. FLECK, Jr.
Mrs. BARBARA H. GREGOROWICZ
Board of Directors
JOINT SCHOOL BOARD, AROUND TABLE, Troy Rishel, Presi-
dent, Madison Township, Martin Bowman, Secretary, Millville
Borough, Willard Kile, Greenwood Township, Secretary, Millville
Area Joint Board, Ryland Lawton, Treasurer, Greenwood Town-
ship, President, Millville Area Joint Board, Carl Harding, Mill-
ville Borough, Jack Ruckle, Treasurer, Millville Borough, and
Millville Area Joint Board, Clayton Kreamer, Vice-President,
Madison Township, 2nd Vice-President, Millville Area Joint Board,
Robert Sharrow, Madison Township, Kenneth Sweeney, Madison
Township, Wallace Derr, Assistant Principal, Millville Area Joint
School, Earl Nichols, Treasurer, Madison Township, John Watts,
Principal, Madison Elementary School, Frank Eitler, Janitor,
Greenwood, T. A. Williammee, Supervising Principal, Millville
Joint Schools, George Fought, Principal, Greenwood Elementary
School, LaRue Hess, Pine Township, Arthur Charles, Treasurer,
Pine Township, Donald Glidewell, Secretary, Pine Township.
CENTER, left to right: Christian Wolff, Jr., Secretary, Greenwood
Township, Clarence Seidel, Non-member, Secretary, Madison
Township, D. W. Woolcock, Vice-President, Greenwood Town-
ship, Carl DeWald, Vice-President, Pine Township, Otis Bitler,
President, Pine Township. ABSENT: Herman Kauffman, Presi-
dent, Millville Borough, Harvey Goodman, Vice-President, Mill-
ville Borough, lst Vice-President, Millville Area Joint Board, J. V,
Bangs, Jr,, President, Greenwood Township, Seymour Stere,
Principal, Millville Area Joint School.
Mr. LARUE "TURK HOCK M P RMLEY WELLIVER
Maintenance and Kitchen Force
Mrs. MARY E. KLINE AND Mrs. WINIFRED STACKHOUSE
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CLASS OF I963, FIRS
man F Farr J Beagle lSCl G M
, , , . . ., . austeller lS.C.J, B. Sweeney
Uroasurer-, S. Lyons lViceAPresidentl, A, Eyer lSecretaryl, D. Mrock
lPresidontl, M. A. Wright, A. Tanner, D. Dwyer, K. Kile. SECOND
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OW. Mr. Blew lAdvisorl B Farr W DF-Wald E R IJ
, . , . . , . obins, B. Bangs,
H. Hubbard, M, Eyer, S. Wagner, D. Confer, B, Welliver, S. Buhl,
C. Andy, M. Davis, S. May, Mrs. Kile lAdvisorJ, THIRD ROW: C.
roy, R. Stroup, D. Woolcoclc, V. Dollman, E, Glidewell, B. Polk,
T ROW: R. Beitz, B. Reichenbach, V. Boud-
G, Mohr, L. Kaler, S. Williams, S, Diehl J Thomas C G
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N. Davis, Mr, Rarig lAdvisorl. FOURTH ROW: J. Whitrnoyer, R. Rob
bins, R. Fisher, T, Blass, W. Blass, J. Sandal, W, DeWald, R. Fought
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e , W. Kline, F. Johnson, D. Harding, R. Sarnsel. FIFTH ROW
R. Stere, D. Minier, R. Ortman, W. Bartholomew, R. Diehl, A, Wehr
P. Polk, F. Reichenbach G DeWald R W'II'
, . , . i rams, D. Weatherill, E
Titman, T. Wright, D. Stroup. ABSENT: P. Earnest D Farr P All
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M. Sweeney, V. Gregory.
CLASS OF 1962, FIRST ROW: L. Wagner, D. Ptock, G. Robbins
N. Wl I '
ison Svcretaryl, C. Bostic CSCJ W Halterman lVice Pre 'd
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R. Temple lPresidentl, R. Gardner lS.C,l, S Zeisloft lTreasurerJ,
J. Lyons, C Cox, K. Hine, L. Watts. SECOND R
OW: Mrs. Mordan
lAdvisor, J. Booth, J. Dwyer, C. Diehl, D. Cox, R. Kline, M. Doran,
F Fckrath, M. Glidewell, S. litwhiler, S. Snyder, D, Strausser, F, Al-
len, Miss Thomas lAdvisorl. THIRD ROW: Mr, Ludwig lAdvisorJ, R.
Sihultz, M. A. W' ht
rig , R, Clewell, L. Shaw, D. Wagner, C. Ernst,
S. Lavcr, L. McHenry, G. Kessler, K. Zeisloft, M, Staclchouse, S. R.
Stamm, FOURTH ROW: L. DeWald, G. Appleman, P. Davis, O,
Glidewell, D. Stere, B. J. Cox P. DeWald, C. Beagle, D. Travolpicce
lS.C.J, T. Bitler, E. Lyons, D. Hartman. FIFTH ROW: L. Musselrnan,
H. Berger, F. Gardner, C. StaufTer, D. Schnaars, L. Loreman, G.
Karschner, D, Crebs, H, Whitmoyer, M. Thomas, H. Giberson, C.
Belles. SIXTH ROW: L. Rarig, D. Zeisloft, R. Davis, J. Puderbaugh,
J. Shoup, G. Smith, R. Andr . AB '
Thomas, D. Boudman, L. Walk.
ews SENT. R. Stroup, P. Watts, C.
CLASS OF I96l, FIRST ROW: S. Lawton, C. Fritz lTreasurerJ, B. Dil-
dine iS.C.l, R. Bower lS.C.l, T. Albertson lSecretoryl, P. Weatherill
' Prvsidentl, M, L. Ball, G. Hine
lPi1-sidi-nfl, J. Lyons Nice- , D, Stine,
T. Shafer, C. Gilpin, C. Bardo. SECOND ROW: K. Reese, C, Mosier,
M, A. Kitchen, P. Brown, P. Mackey, E. Harding, S. Saab, G. White-
night, R. Musselman, M. Diehl, J. Crawford, D. Weidman, R. Travel-
iece THIRD ROW- Mr, Woolcoclc iAdvisorl, S. Adams,
p . .
1 P Evxs M. Holdren, E. Garrison, D
moyer, L. Waits, A. Nelson, , L ,
Sharrow, B. Shultz, K. Mills, J. Maustellar, Mr. Cardone lAdvisorJ.
FOURTH ROW: C, McQuaide, G. Mausteller, R. Eyer, J. Lopez, E.
' ' A d
Boudman, G. Long, B. Stere, G. Mimer, D. Farr, G. Creasy, M, n es,
C. Crawford. FIFTH ROW: C, Glidewell, W. Watts, R. Bostic, S.
Rocker, J. Ellis, E. Johnson, N. Eyer, W. Kramer, W, Samsel, W.
' ' C. T'tman, R. Stackhouse.
Wagner, W. Snyder. ABSENT. J, Geissler, i
CLASS OF I960, FIRST ROW: V. Glidewell, M. May, P. Eves, G. Hess
lVicv-Pivsidvritl, B, M. Blass lSccrL-taryl, L, Rowland lPresidenIl, B
F iSCl G Shafer M English J Lyons.
Wehr lTroasurerl, E. M. rey . ., . , . , .
SECOND ROW: Mrs, Gardner CAdvisorl, G. Bitler, P. Robbins, J
h l E Johnson P Plock J Eves N Glenn
Wright, N, Horn, C. S utz, . , . , , , .
R. Girton, N. Seidel, H. Reese, L. Whilmoyer, Mr, Coffman lAdvisorJ
THIRD ROW: D. Thomas, C. Parks, R,
Sharrow, D. Thomas, J. Lawton,
C. Creasy, L, Mills, B. Beifz, J, Boll, M, Whitmoyer, C. Saab, R. Der
' lc L. Allbeck, M
ick FOURTH ROW- H Fisk, A, Eclcroth, J. Mee ,
r . . .
, . ' , . l , R. Sones, R. Holdren, T, DeWald,
Holdreri J Weotherill B Magarg e
D. Mor I
fS.C.l, J. Evans.
dan, M. Kline, E. Boadman, ABSENT: L. Farr, G, Woo coc
CLASS OF 1959, FIRST ROW S
f ue Rishel, Ruth Ellen Phillips, ROW: David Artman, David Derr, Warren Brown, Bobby Blew,
Eulalia Frey, Pat Smith iSecretaryl, Ellen Allbeck lTreasurerl, Larry Whitmoyer, Raymond Williams, Glenn Milroy, Gradon Bit-
Gary Stair iPresidentl, Gerdi Kelsey Nice-Presidenti, Ronald ler, Ed Beck, FOURTH ROW: Mr. Cortright lAdvisorl, Charles
Zeisloft lS.C.i, Susan Meyers, Sandra Fetzer, Marilee Sweeney. Hoffman, Terry Woodside, Marlin Yohey, Lone Hock, Larue Law-
SECOND ROW: Barbara Whitenight, Barbara DeFrain, Judy ton, Mr. Stanek fAdvisori. ABSENT: Virginia Holdren IS.C.J,
Thomas, Joanne Mosier, Carol Bowman, Barbara Meek, June Lillian Maustellar.
Boudman, Shirley Young, Ann Ben
nett, Roy Kreamer. THIRD
CLASS OF 1958 FIRST ROW
, : Dottie Dildine, Betty Dreher, Lois
English, Neva Eckroth, Danny Derr, Karl Girton, Nelson White-
night, Eunice Zeisloft, Betty Crebs, Ellen Churchman, Marleen
Ritchie, Gloria Lyons, SECOND ROW: Sara Bardo, Mary Ruth
Hess, Janet Glideweil, Virginia Harding, Alice Faye Ellis, Janet
Farr, Larry Cox, Ed'th '
i Artman, Linda Greenly, David Glenn,
Sidney Reese, Arlene Bordo THIRD ROW
. : Jane Remener, Joan
Remener, Suzanne Weatherill, David Blass, Jerry Mosier, George
Duncan, Bill Welliver, Henry Stackhouse, Jim Woolcock, Chet
Boudman, Jan Lawton, Mr, Shaw iAdvisori. ABSENT: Sandra
Farr, Glen Whitmo er P
y , atsy Beagle,
"l swear on this stack of photoplays that l'll make
Pops put his secretary out of his life forever and beg for
Mops' forgiveness on his knees. Sophia Thayer's goose
is in the oven and the only question now how long It will
take to cook it, so help me Hollywood." Jane Lyons .. .
Marleen Ritchie, Linda Greenly, Lois English.
Robert Grant reveals that Lorraine Joyce, the famous
French movie star, was born right here in the United
States..The girls take this all in after getting the auto-
graph of this so-called French star. Miss Joyce is holding
her precious dog, Lolette Jon Lawton, .loan Remener,
Lols English, Marlene Ritchie.
Nancy Lyons is crying because she overheard her
sister Jane telling a friend about the love affair between
their father and his secretary, Nancy's boyfriend, Don
Mayberry, and the family servant, Lilybud, try to com-
fort her Karl Girton, Patsy Beagle, Ellen Churchman.
BEFORE THE BIG NIGHT-Sara Bardo, Joan Remener, Barbara
Dildine, and Mary Ruth Hess are preparing the fountain scene
and table decorations for the Prom. The class chose the theme-
AT LASTI THE BIG NIGHT - All enjoyed the delicious ham dinner
served at the Junior-Senior Banquet before the dance. Facing the
camera are Sara Bardo, Mary Ruth Hess, Arlene Borda, Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Girton, and Richard Whitmoyer.
AT THE DANCE-Between numbers, the students got together to
talk, relax, and enioy themselves.
"I COULD HAVE DANCED ALL NIGHT"-Richard Whilmoyer, Elva
Gardner, Jon Lawton, Carol Bowman, Carol Artman, and Tom
Kaler take a whirl to the music of Ritter's Orchestra.
ROYALTY REIGNS AT PROM-Jim Woolcock, Grace Kessler, Daniel
Derr, Elva Gardner, David Glenn, Carol Artman, QUEEN Ruby
Edwards, Junior Class President Karl Girton, Lee Lopez, Jon Lawton,
Deanna Crebs, Nelson Whitenight, Charlotte Mastellar, Bill
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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS, SEATED: Sandra Farr lSecretaryl, Betty Crebs lTre-asurerl, Eunice Zeislatt lStudent
Councill. STANDING: Karl Girton lPresidentl, Daniel Derr lVice-Presidentl, Nelson Whitenighf lStudent
"Edie", the class artist, spends most of her free time drawing, Plans to make a career of it.
Likes to have a good time and is always the life of a party.-Class Treasurer 2, Class Play 3,
4, Echo Staff Artist 4, Press Club 3,41 Band I,2,3,4, Glee Club 2,3,4, District Chorus 4,
EDITH ANN ARTMAN
Arlene is a dark eyed miss, who has a big smile for everyone. She is always ready to lend a
helping hand, Plans to study beauty culture.-Class Play 23,45 Glee Club 2,3,4, Library Club I.
SARA DAWN BARDO
Usually seen with "Mary Ruth," Sally has a pleasing personality and a good sense of humor.
Her interests are dancing, pleasure trips, and swimming.-Class Play 2,3,4, Press Club 2,3,4p
Band l,2,3,4, Glee Club l,2,3,4p Library Club 4.
PATRICIA ANN BEAGLE
Patsy, who likes to cook and sew, hopes to make a career of it. She plans to study Home
Economics at Mansield State Teachers College.-Class Secretary if Class Play 2,3,4, Echo
Stat? Copy Reader 4, Press Club 2,3,4, Historical Club I.
DAVID ROBERT BLASS
A dark haired lad, who has a shy smile, is well liked by everyone. David's hobbies are fish-
ing and hunting, Ambition is mechanical engineering.-Class Vice'President 31 Class Play 2,3.
CHESTER BOUDMAN, Jr.
"Chet" Industrial Arts
Chet is a lover of sports cars and is planning to be a sports car racer. He is habitually late
to school, but has a good habit of playing a fine game of basketball.-Class Play 3,45 Baseball
l,2,3,-4: Basketball l,2,3,45 Soccer l,2,3,4.
A jolly, mischievous girl who comes from "Dixieland." Addresses everyone by the expression
"You All." Ambition is nursing.-Class Play 2,3,4f Band l,2,3,41 Glee Club l,2,3,4g Basket-
LARRY .l. COX
A happy-go-lucky guy who always has a good time, Larry's favorite pastime is pushing his
"Plymouth" to get it started. Future includes the Navy.-Historical Club lg Basketball l.
BETTY K. CREBS
Betty, a good commercial student, is a whiz on the typewriter. Gives freely of her talent as a
typist in various school clubs. Hopes to be a secretary and get married.-Echo Staff Typist 45
Press Club Typist 4g Historical Club l,2f Class Treasurer 3,4.
BRUCE DANIEL DERR
Dan is a serious minded young man with a mischievous twinkle in his eye. Enioys hunting
and fishing and will pursue college after graduation.-Class Vice-President 4, Class Play
2,3,4g Band 'I,2,3,4p Baseball l,2,3,4.
DOROTHY MAE DILDINE
Has a very pleasing personality and is known as "Dottie" to all her classmates. She attains a
high academic standing and plans to attend college next year.-Class Play 2,3,4p Press Club
l,2,3,4g Band 2,3,4p Glee Club l,2,3,4, Library Club l.
ELIZABETH A. DREHER
Betty, a commercial student from Millville, is active in sports. She enioys swimming and roller
skating, but is really outstanding in basketball. Upon graduation, Betty will ioin the service.-
Class Play 3,4p Glee Club l,2,3g Historical Club l,2,4, Library Club 1,35 FHA l,2g Basket-
GEORGE WILLIAM DUNCAN
George is a likeable chap with hardly a care. He's full of fun and always has a winning smile.
His vocation will be a veterinarian.-Class Play 45 FFA i,2,3,4, Soccer l,2,4.
NEVA YVONNE ECKROTH
Where there's an argument, there's Neva. A fast moving, hot tempered lass who is a good
class promoter. Her goal is college.-Class Play 3,4, Historical Club 2,4, Library Club 2,41
ALICE FAYE ELLIS
Allie, a vocational student, excels in cooking and sewing, and will make a wonderful house-
wife. She has a real cute smile and is always giggling. Collecting flowers is her hobby.-Glee
Club if Class Play 3,45 Basketball lg Library Club l.
LOIS MARIE ENGLISH
A short, fair haired lass, who is full of fun and always into mischief. She likes to swim, play
basketball, roller skate, and listen to records. Plans to ioin the service.-Class Play 3,45 His-
torical Club 2,45 Library Club l,4.
JANET MARIE FARR
Janet is a real ardent fan of rock and roll. Collects records and listens to all the programs
of such. She also takes baseball quite seriously, and is a faithful "Yankee," Will ioin the
service after graduation.-Class Play 4, FHA l,2.
SANDRA DAWN FARR
Known for her sweet smile, Sandra makes Millville her stomping grounds. Among her interests
are square dancing, roller skating and ice skating. Hopes to attend college and get married.-
Class Secretary 3,45 Class Plays 2,3,4, Glee Club 45 Student Council l,2.
KARL R. GIRTON
Karl, an excellent trumpet player, is a leader in many of the school activities and usually
has a witty remark for everyone. He drives a souped-up blue Ford convertible. His future
will include college.-Band i,2,3,4, Press Club l,2,3,4g Class Plays 2,3,4, Octet 2,3,
Quartet l,2f Class President l,3,4.
DAVID PHILIP GLENN
David, a boy with a high academic standing, plans to be an architect after completing
high school. Can usually be seen driving a black Plymouth coupe.-Class President 2, Class
Play 2,3, Echo Staff Business Manager 4, Press Club l,2,3,4, Band l,2,3,4, Octet 2,3, Ath-
letic Council, Baseball 4, Basketball l,2,3,4, Soccer 4.
JANET MARIE GLIDEWELL
A commercial student from Pine Township who enioys reading good books, hiking, and horse-
back riding. Jan plans to ioin the service after graduation,-Class Plays 3, Glee Club I,
Historical Club 2,4, Library Club 1.4.
LINDA JEAN GREENLY
Linda, the laughing lass of the Senior Class, plans to attend college after graduation.
Her first love is singing. She enioys swimming and roller skating.-Class Vice-President li Echo
Staff Copy Writer 4, Class Play 2,3,4, Press Club l,2,3,4, Band l,2,3,4, Glee Club l,2,3,4p
FHA I, Library Club 2, District Chorus 3,4.
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Mary Ruth, a nice quiet girl who hails from Talmar, can usually be seen with Sara. Her
interests include horseback riding, swimming, and dancing. Her future is undecided.-Class Play
2,3,4, Press Club 3,45 Glee Club 3,45 Library Club l,4.
The tallest girl in our class, Gloria is not shy when you get to know her. Because she's always
so willing and helpful are two good reasons why she'lI make a good nurse.-Class Play 2,35
Press Club 3, Glee Club 3.
VIRGINIA LEE HARDING
"Birdie" is little and cute, She is always a lot of fun and can usually be found in mischief.
Likes to collect cats for a hobby and is undecided about the future,-Historical Club 2.
MARY ELIZABETH HES5
JON P. LAWTON
"Hungry" Industrial Arts
Jon, better known as "Hungry," is a very energetic and mischievous lad who likes to eat.
Has a real sense of humor and loves to tease the girls.-Class Play 3,41 Student Council
2,3, Baseball l,2,3,4, Basketball i,2,3,4, Soccer i,2,3,4.
GLORIA DAWN LYONS
Moe is a bashful fellow who hardly has anything to say. Likes to build model airplanes and
his future plans are ioining the service.-Class Play 2,-4.
An academically minded girl, who excels in art, and hopes to study it in college. Jane likes
to read in her leisure time.-Echo Staff Assistant Editor 4, Class Play 2,3,4g Press Club l,2,
3,4, Band 3,45 Historical Club I, Library Club I, FHA lg Athletic Council 4, Cheerleading
GERALD STANLEY MOSIER
SIDNEY LEWIS REESE
"Sid" Industrial Arts
"Sid" is a good natured lad who likes "Hot Rods" and racing. Can usually be found driving
his "4l Chevy." His ambition is ioining the service.-Class Play 3,4, Soccer 4.
JANE MARIE REMENER
JOAN MARIE REMENER
Joan, twin sister to Jane, has a knack for writing. ls active in the Press Club and hopes to
make iournalism her career.-Class Play 2,3,4, Press Club l,2,3,4, Band 3,4, Historical
Club lg FHA l, Student Council 2, Cheerleading l,3,4.
A fun loving girl who always has a smile for everyone. Mimi's favorite activities are reading
and listening to records and she has a habit of saying "Hi Doll" to everyone she meets. Fu-
ture plans include college.-Class Play 2,3,4, Glee Club 3, Historical Club i,4, Library Club I.
A fun loving academic lass who studies hard and will probably reach her goal, she plans
to be an elementary teacher. Susie's favorite expression is "good heavens."-Class Play
2,35 Press Club 2,3,4, Band l,2,3,4, Glee Club i,2,3, Library Club I.
MARLEEN B. RITCHIE
HENRY IRVIN STACKHOUSE
Henry, better known as "Hank," is active in baseball and soccer and enioys hunting. After
graduation he will enter the Army.-Class Play 3,45 FFA 3,4, Baseball 2,3,4g Soccer l,2,3,4.
WILLIAM FRANK WELLIVER
"Bill" Industrial Arts
Bill is sometimes called "Fixit," because of his outstanding ability in fixing and repairing
almost anything. Although his future is undecided, he'll succeed in anything he undertakes.-
Class Play 2,35 Baseball l,2,3,4, Basketball l,2,3,4, Soccer l,2,3,4.
NELSON ROBERT WHITENIGHT
Always has a good time and keeps everyone laughing. Whitey's interests are electronics and
hunting. He hopes to ioin the Air Force.-Class Vice-President 2, Class Play 2,3,4, Press Club
I,2,3,4, Student Council 2,4.
Glenn, a whiz at Math, can be seen cruising around in his father's "57 Plymouth." Claims
he enioys eating and sleeping best of all.-Class Play 3,4.
JAMES DREXEL WOOLCOCK
Tall, blond, and handsome, .lim hails from Greenwood Valley. Has a great love for horses,
guns, and the out-of-doors. Future plans include college.-Echo Staff Editor 4, Class Play
2,3,4g Press Club 3, Bond l,2,3,4p Octet l,2, Quartet l,2, Baseball l,2,3,4, Basketball l,2,
3,41 Soccer l,2,3,4.
EUNICE E. ZEISLOFT
A good natured girl, who's always fifll of pep and energy. Loves candy and is always chewing
gum. Her favorite pastime is loafing.--Class Play 3, Band l,2, Glee Club l,2, Student Coun-
cil 3,47 Cheerleading l,2,3, Basketball l,2.
THE EVENING BEGINS-Danny Derr
..WITH PATIENT EXPECTATION-Mrs. Mordun, Mr. Mor- Larry Whitmoyer.
rlnn Qinnnnn INanIhnrIII David BIUQS, Pnfsv BSDGIS. and
GETTING READY FOR THE BIG NIGHT-
FAR LEFT-Larry Cox and Ervin Nickles.
Seniors Entertained in
DANCING AT THE PROM-Suzanne Wecfherill, David Blass, Mr.
and Mrs. Dove, Joy Morris, Jim Woolcock, Lindo Hcrtzel, and
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PROM QUEEN-Jane Remener
apanese Tea Garden
THE EVENING ENDS-Joan Remener, Danny Derr, Jim Wool-
cock, Gloria Lyons, Gerdi Kelsey, Marleen Ritchie.
ATTENDANTS TO THE QUEEN-ABOVE-Joan
Remener, Alice Faye Ellis, Suzanne Weatherill,
Virginia Harding, Gloria Lyons, Sandra Farr.
Candidate Gloria Lyons
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Washington Trip, Class Night . .
DEPARTURE TIME IS NEAR
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TOMB of the UNKNOWN SOL-
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A MOMENT TO RELAX
REMEMBER THE CRUISE?
YEAR 1978-Members of the Class of 1958 re-
turn to the local newspaper office to renew
old acquaintances. Suzanne Weatherill, Blll
Welliver, Danny Derr.
"LITTLE MAN IN CHINA TOWN"-Jon Lawton,
and Karl Girton.
RICKY 'NELSON AND HIS BAND-Nelson
Whitenight, Jerry Mosier, Chet Boudman, and
DANCE OF THE SACKS-Betty Crebs, Marleen
Ritchie, Jane Remener, and Joan Remener.
ELVIS PRESLEY-Jon Lawton.
'58 Seniors Bow Out at Commencement
TOP-RANKING SENIORS-Jane Remener
Third Honorsp David Glenn, Fourth Honorsg
Joan Remener, Salutcitoriang Suzanne
COMMENCEMENT SPEAKERS-Jim Woolcock, Karl Girion,
Marleen Riichie, Joan Remener, Suzanne Weoiherill, Daniel
Derr, Nelson Whitenight.
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EX-SENIORS CHECK IN GOWNS
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Miss Ruby Taylor
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. Wilson Strouser
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Kramer
. Joe Zeisloft
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Mr. and Mrs. George F. Crawford
Mr. and Mrs. Rolland Eckroth
Helen L. Kessler
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wright
Mr. Millard Ludwig
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Williammee
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Thomas
Mr. James Cortright
Mr. and Mrs. LaRue Hess
Mrs. Anna Bennett
Mr. and Mrs. Chet Boudman
Dr. and Mrs. George Rowland
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Baker
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kaler
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kaultman
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Frank Tranor, Sr.
Mrs. Esther Derr
Mr. and Mrs. Adam Rarig
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Bloom
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Blew
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mordan
Miss Ruth E. Thomas
Mr. Grant Greenly
Mr. and Mrs. Myles Roberts
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Bowman
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Lopez
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Coffman
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stanek
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Woolcock
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ritchie
Mr. and Mrs. J. Robt. Glenn
Mr. and Mrs. Dean Crebs
Mr. John Ruckle
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kline
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Wright
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ruckle
Dave and Chet know for the best in plumbing, heating, roofing, David Blass, Sidney Reece, and Danny Derr look dreamingly at
and spouting if pqys to gee FARR'S HARDWARE of Millville, the new model cars shown in a magazine. To make their dreams
come true, they should visit the BLOOMSBURG NEW CAR and
TRUCK DEALERS ASSOCIATION.
Men s - Ladies - Children s
The Store of Famous Brands
These men are busily engaged in bagging feed at IOLA MILLS
For better feeds see Iola Mills in Iola.
This car has a pretty good chance of recovering at BOWMAN
AUTO REPAIR SHOP at Rhorsburg. For any kind of repair work
Contact Bowman's first. They'll be glad to be of service.
School Printing 3-2271
A. G. FOOD MARKET
Cleaning that is as gentle as a kitten! For last, reliable service,
VANDERSLICE CLEANERS offers the Iinest. Stop in or phone for
pick up and delivery service.
Mr. Sapochak waits on David Glenn while answering another
customer. Have your subscriptions filled quickly and expertly at
A. It C. PHARMACY. Open 'til 9:00 P.M. every day except
McCormick Farm Equipment
Concrete Septic Tanks
jim Woolcock, David Glenn, and Chet Boudman enjoy a quick
snack at the VILLAGE COFFEE HOUSE. Fine dinners are also
served within. Prompt, courteous service can be found there, too.
You'll ergoy showing offyour new frock from ARCUS' in Blooms-
burg an Berwick. A girl can spend her allowance wisely ifshe
shops here at the store "for a prettier you."
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Hardware and Electrical Appliances
Plumbing and Heating
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Dean 81 Florine Wattsfproprictors
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For better furniture and aopliances see AVERY'S FURNITURE
STORE, Millville. They handle RCA Victor and RCA Whirl-
pool sales and have prompt, courteous service.
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II' you want to look your best visit NICKLES' BARBER SHOP in
Iolu, Mr, Nickles, shown in the picture, specializes in "flat-top',
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For the best service for your car, stop at LEIGHOW'S ESSO
SERVICE STATION in Millville. At this service station they give
you prompt and courteous attention, and also a friendly smile,
EYERS GROVE MILLS
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A Evers Grove, Pa.
Every one of these boys purchased their uniforms at SHAFER'S
VARIETY STORE in Millville. Shaferls also have clothes in stock
for every member of the family. Other items can be found there,
SONES LUMBER 8.
Plumbing and Heating '
I ll Millville, Pa. Phone: GL8-2531
I I The man to see for all electrical problems is STANLEY TITMAN,
I -'-7- the one person in Millville who can tix, remove, or install any
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Cars and Trucks
Official Inspection Station
Looking lor a petr' If so, TODD'S KENNELS of Benton has just 24 Hom. Towing
what you are looking for. This little fellow appears to be quite
happy in his. . .bedl
Phone GL8 3622
State Street Millville, Pa.
The place to stock up on groceries, and get a tank. lull
of gas too, is THOMAS' SERVICE STATION on the Millville-
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located th ter of town, Millville.
A INTERNATIONALLY FAMOUS
MAKERS OF DAIRY EQUIPMENT
IHIUN WHCIUWHVG OIPAIVY
u IAILLVILLE. PA.
Would you like to have one million dollars? Then this is the place you're looking
for. The FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF MILLVILLE will help you save that money you're
afraid to spend. Friendly, courteous service is a must at the First National Bank.
Edith Artman waits on Mrs. Treon who seems to know that BAKER'S ECONOMY
STORE is the place to shop for groceries. Baker's meats are the finest that can be
When you buy carpet you should buy the best. . . 55555
For the Home, Church, Office. . .
THE MAGEE CARPET
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Need gas, oil, grease, your car washed? The place to go is
Al.BERTSON'S SERVICE STATlONjust past the square in Millville.
Fast service is yours Hmr the asking.
Visit TALMAR ECONOMY STORE fbr the hes! in plumhing, heat-
ing, and electrical appliances. Also on hand are :Xnthra-flu
furnaces. The tops in groceries with low prices and high quality
are present at Talmar Store too.
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The perfect gift for any occasion is flowers. When you send a
bouquet or corsage from Dll.LON'S vou eau be sure they will
For any kind uf repairing on tnat lavorite car, visit McHENRY'S
SERVICE STATION in Rhorsburgh. Quick, efficient service is one
of the standards at McHenry's.
Hungry? Then join Bill Welliver, jon Lawton, and Lone Huck
at the QUAKERETTE for a quick snack. Fine foods for less can
be yours just for the asking.
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