Milton High School - Echoes Yearbook (Milton, PA)

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WRITE FOR INFORMATION TODAY J. T. GOODWIN, Principal Formerly Principal Commercial Department Bloomsburg State Normal School Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Established 1824 TROY, N. Y. ENGINEERING AND SCIENCE Four-year Courses in Civil Engineering CC. EJ, Mechanical Engineering CM. EJ, Electrical Engineering CE. EJ, Chemical Engineering fCh. EJ, and General Science CB. SJ. Graduate Courses leading to Master and Doctor Degrees. Modern and fully equipped Chemical, Physical, Electrical, Mechanical and Materials Testing Laboratories. For catalogue and illustrated pamphlets showing work of graduates and views of buildings and campus apply to Registrar, Pittsburgh Building, Troy, N. Y. nlllll lllllllllllllllllll Orange and Black Staff-1923-1924 range and Black VOL.XVH JUNE NO.8 Devoted to the interests of the Students, Alumni and Faculty of the Milton High School, Milton, Pennsylvania. Subscription price, one dollar per year, Single copies, 15 cents. Entered as second-class matter, October 9, 1908, Milton, Pa., Act of March 3, 1879. Editor-in-Chief. ORANGE AND BLACK STAFF .........Elisabeth Hedenberg, '24 Assistant Editor-in-Chief ......... ............, .........,............... H e len Guify, '25 Literary .................................. ..........,...........,.................... D orthy Krock, '24 Poetical ............ ...,...... E velyn Koch, '24, George Boggs, '25 Science .......,........ . ..............................,......., Harold Murray, '24 School News .,.....,. .....,...........................,................,....,..........' F rances Wolfe, '25 Alumni ,.....,............ ,........ M rs. Thelma Reichley, '16, Mrs. Lfura Mussina, '19 Athletics, Boys ........ .....,.........,..,A,,..,,,..............,,...........,.......,.. P reston Davis '24 Athletics, Girls .,...... ..., ................. H a nnah Trate, '24 Exchange ......... .......... E lizabeth Burrowes, '24 Orchestra ....,.... .,..........,.,. J oseph Bender, '25 Staff Artist .,,,4,,, ,,...,...,......, ........ D a vid Hoffman, '25 FACUNLTY ADVISORY BOARD Miss Mollie Smith Mr. Wm. T. Johnson Miss Sara Bernhardt CLASS EDITORS Gladys Geary, '24 Margaret Moore, '25 Thomas Underwood, '24 Alfred Wenner, '25 Ralph Schreyer, '26 Robert Gift, '27 Lawrence Ranck, '26 Elizabeth Fox, '27 BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager ..,..........,...............................,......,,.,.......... .......... P reston Davis, '24 Assistant Business Manager .....,... .............. R obert Kremer, '25 Advertising Manager ......,,.,.,........ .......,.. W illiam Millward, '24 Assistant ....................,. ......... ........... J a mes Baker, '25 Assistant .....,... .... N ed Bowman, '25 Assistant .......,. ......... M arvin Moffet, '27 Assistant ......... .... J ack Schreyer, '26 Assistant ......... ....... F red Dietrick, '26 Assistant .,....... ...... B yron Hafer, '27 Assistant ...,................... ............,.. E ugene Fry, '26 Assistant ....,...,,....,,.,............ ....... L awrence Hause, '27 Circulation Manager ..,..,,. ,,,,.,,...,,,, ......,,...... F r ed Keiser, '24 5 ORANGE AND BLACK IlllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIEIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIllIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllll CLASS OFFICERS Thomas Reimensnyder ......... George Strahan ...... Hannah Trate ......... Genevieve McLaughlin . . . . . . . . . . . .President . . . .Vice-president . . . . .Secretary . . .Treasurer CLASS MOTTO "The wit of one and the wisdom of many." CLASS FLOWER American Beauty Rose CLASS COLORS Blue and Gold THE FACULTY Harry L. Smith, Principal Estelle Rippel Smith Sara Bernhardt Mollie D. Smith Wellard T. Guffy Alice P. Scott Edith E. Heffelfinger Mary Moll William T. Johnson E. Collins Cupp Darle F. Davis Josephine Stewart Ora Smith Fred Moore George Knight ORANGE AND BLACK EDITORIAL A Completed journey Last fall a band of explorers, known to the students of Milton High as the Orange and Black Staf, started out through the jungle of students and rules of the school to discover what Wealth of talent and loyalty was hidden in the composite mass. After a most successful journey, in which all manner of unexpected revelations, mingled with trials and tribulations, the goal of the expedition was reached-the Land of Commencement Time. It is in this land that Senior issue of the Orange and Black is pub- lished. This is the proof that the explorers have accom- plished what they set out to do. From this land the explorers send back their most grateful appreciation of all that the faculty and the mem- bers of each class have done to help and support them on their journey. The Bequest of the Staff of '24 To the staff of '25 we, the staff of '24, bequeath all our Wealth-wealth to be counted not so much by money as by the amount of support and good will of the students and faculty of Milton High and of the citizens of Milton. We trust that the next staff will find these of the same value, or of even greater value than did We, and that they will treasure them as their greatest possessions, to be passed down from year to year to those who will be appointed in the future. Beyond these inheritances, we have nothing to leave but our best wishes for all that the future may hold, and our hopes that the Orange and Black will become in the future the biggest and best school magazine there is. THE STAFF OF '24. 7 ORANGE AND BLACK JESSIE ALLEN Commercial Just "Jess"-Sub-center, '21g Center, '22-'23-'24 Mgr. Varsity, '24g Class Team Coach. Class Team Coach. "A gleam of seriousness and mirth untold, Beneath it all a heart o'f gold." Undecided WALTER N. APPLEMAN Commercial "King Tut" "A Wise man redects before he speaks." Undecided MILDRED CLEMENTINE ARNER Commercial "Mitz" "How natural is joy, my heart!" Undecided ETHEL DOROTHY BAKER Academic "Mousie" "Her air is so modesty her aspect so meek." Bloomsburg Normal ' CATHERINE BUOY BALLIET General "Kit"-Stage Committee. A "The world's no better if we hurryg Life's no better if we worry." Bucknell 8 ORANGE AND BLACK GLEN BOWER BARNER Scientific xcMuStyyv Property Committeeg Ushering Committee. "An honest man he is." Undecided RICHARD BAXTER Academic "Dick"-Stage Committee. "A jolly and true happy fellow." Bucknell MYRTLE MAE BENNAGE ' Commercial Miss Prim"-Indiana Typewriting Contest, '23-'24, "A maiden never bold." Milton Mfg. Co. LUCILLE ELIZABETH BINGAMAN Commercial "Bingy"-Class Basketball. "A light heart lives lengt' Undecided MARY MALINDA WETZEL Commercial Pretzel"-Ushering Committeeg Cashier Sec., '23. "A face with gladness overspreadf' Undecided 9 I I Ill IllIIIIIIlIIllIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIIIllIHIIIIllIlllIIllIlIIlllIllIllliIllIIIIllIllIlllIllllllllIllllllllllllllllllll I I I I ORANGE AND BLACK I I ll IllIllIIIllIIllIIIIIIllIIIlIIlIllIIIlllIIIllIIllIllIllIllIlIIIIllIIIIIlIIIIIIIIIIllIIllIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I FLORENCE HAZEL BOWER Commercial "Sister" "A sweet and gentle maiden." Williamsport Hospital CLARA ELIZABETH BRIDGE Commercial "Bridget" "A short and comely little girl." Undecided MARY IONE BURNS Commercial "Busy Bee"-Senior 0. 8: B. Committee. "She's here, she's there, she's everywhere, A swift and silent worker." Milton Mfg. Co. ELIZABETH ARMSTRONG BURROWES Academic 'Betsy"-Class Play Committeeg O. Sz B. Staff, '24 Publicity Committeeg Senior O. Ka B. Committee. "She's pretty to walk with, And witty to talk with, And pleasant, too, to think on." Bucknell C MABEL MARGUERITE CAMPBELL Commercial "Smiles" "A smile for all and a welcome glad." Undecided 10 "Pres"-Adv. Mgr, Footballg Class B7asketballg Varsity ORANGE AND BLACK ETHEL MAE CHISHOLM Commercial "Shorty"-Class Basketball. "To be bright is her hobby." Undecided ERNEST HARRIS DAUBERT Scientific "Cheese"-Orchestra, '22-'23-'24g Property Committeeg Class Basketball. "If ever man on earth was 'free And independent it was he." State College PRESTON BECHER DAVIS Scientific Basketballg Debating Team, '23g Senior Class Playg 0. Kz B. StaH, '23-'24g Class Play C-ommitteeg Vice-president, '23, "Brilliant, with his ever-fiowing wealth of ideas.' Bucknell HELEN SHORTESS DOTTS Commercial "Skinny"-Class Basketball. "Here's to Helen Dotts, Whose good cheer we must recall." Undecided LAWRENCE LUTHER DRUM Scientific "Titus"-Class Basketballg Varsity Basketball, '24g Varsity Football, '24g Program Committee. "A man of sense in school and out, And yet a merry fellow." Bucknell 11 ORANGE AND BLACK l lll III lllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllIIlIIIIiIIllllllllllllllllllllllll I EVELYN VIOLA GALLAGHER Commercial "Daughter" "If ladies be but young and vain, They have the gift to know it." Dr. Clinger's Office FRANCES IRENE WILSON Commercial "Fran"-Invitation Committeeg Publicity Committeeg Class Basketball, "How far that little candle throws its beams!" Undecided FLORENCE ELLEN GEARHART Academic "Fl-ossy"-Usher at Play. "She loves to laugh." Nurse x GLADYS LORINE GEARY Commercial "Gladie"--Class Basketballg O. 8x B. Editor, '21-'23-'24 Class Playg O. Kz B, Committeeg Candy Committeeg Checking Committee. "A friend to all who know herg A comrade through and through." Undecided SIDNEY THEODORE GENSEL Commercial "Sid"-Baseball, '22-'23-'24g Class Basketball, '23-'24g Track Team. Resorts to his memory for his jokes, And to his imagination for his facts." Undecided 1: 12 It H ORANGE AND BLACK EDWIN LEE KEISER, Jr. Scientific Pee Wee"--Class President, '22g Vice-president, 22g Mgr. Varsity Track Teamg Chairman Ticket Committeeg Class Basketball. "The small pebble stirs the peaceful lake." Bucknell WILLIAM EUGENE KENNEDY General "Bill"-Basketball, '22-'23-'24g Football, '23, "A little nonsense now and then Is relished by the wisest men." Trade School MILDRED ELIZABETH KERR General "Milly" "A thing of beauty is a joy forever." Undecided HELEN MILDRED KLING Commercial "Sunshine" "Helen's eyes are merry And she smiles the live-long day." Undecided BLAINE EDWARD KLINGMAN Commercial Kinky"-Class Basketballg Checking Committeeg Baseball. "I love to play and have some fun." ' Undecided 15 ORANGE AND BLACK EVELYN ALMINA KOCH Commercial "Jingles"-Class Song, '23g O. 8z B. Staff, '24, "We have a lass in our class Who likes to draw and write, Sometimes we find a little rhyme That fills us with delight." Mansfield Normal School DORTHY IDA KROCK General "Dot"-Literary Editor O. Sz B., Publicity Committee, Candy Committee. "Full -of life and vigor." Emerson College of Oratory, Boston, Mass. LENNA MAE KRUM Commercial Cheer Leader, '23-245 President A. A., '24g Coach Class Teamsg Chairman Candy Committeeg Musical Program Committeeg Class Play Committee. "Sail into that with a lot of pep!" Is her motto every step. Undecided JOHN ALFRED LINDNER General "Archie"-Class Basketball, O. 8z B., '23, Advertising I, Committeeg Mgr. Class Track Team. ' "Pm here. I'm there! I stick my nose everywhere- And into everything." Bucknell HUGH MONTGOMERY MARSH Scientific "Gummy"-Class President, ,213 0. Kz B., '22-235 Football '23-'24g Class Basketball, Debating Team, '23g Class . Playg Varsity Basketball, Senior O. KL B. Com.g Asst. Treasurer, '24, Varsity Tennis, '24, "The iron will of one stout heart Shall make a thousand quail." f Bucknell X 16 "Giggles"-Manager Varsity, '22g Captain Varsity, '23-'24, ORANGE AND BLACK IlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIlIIIlIIIlIIIIIIIllIIllIIllIllllIIIIIIIIIllIIliIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I I I I I I I Ill EDWIN LEE KEISER, Jr. Scientific :Pee Weel'-Class President, '22g Vice-president, 225 Mgr. Varsity Track Teamg Chairman Ticket Committeeg Class Bfasketball. "The small pebble stirs the peaceful lake." Bucknell WILLIAM EUGENE KENNEDY General "Bill"-Basketball, '22-'23-'24g Football, '23, "A little nonsense now and then Is relished by the wisest men." Trade School MILDRED ELIZABETH KERR General ccMi11yr9 "A thing of beauty is a joy forever." Undecided HELEN MILDRED KLING Commercial "Sunshine" Helen's eyes are merry And she smiles the live-long dayf' Undecided H BLAINE EDWARD KLINGMAN Commercial Kinky"-Class Basketballg Checking Ciommitteeg Baseball. "I love to play and have some fun." Undecided 15 ORANGE AND BLACK EVELYN ALMINA KOCH Commercial "Jingles"-Class Song, '23g O. 8z B. Staff, '24. "We have a lass in our class Who likes to draw and writeg Sometimes we find a little rhyme That fills us with delight." Mansfield Normal School DORTHY IDA KROCK General "Dot'l-Literary Editor O. Ka B.g Publicity Committee, Candy Committee. "Full -of life and vigor." Emerson College of Oratory, Boston, Mass. LENNA MAE KRUM Commercial Cheer Leader, '23-249 President A. A., '24, Coach Class Teamsg Chairman Candy Committee, Musical Program Committee, Class Play Committee. "Sail into that with a lot of pep!" Is her motto every step. Undecided JOHN ALFRED LINDNER General 'lArchie"-Class Basketball, O. Kr B., '23, Advertising Committee, Mgr. Class Track Team. "Pm here. I'm there! I stick my nose everywhere- And into everything." Bucknell HUGH MONTGOMERY MARSH Scientific "Gummy"-Class President, '21, 0. dz B., '22-235 Football '23-'24g Class Basketball, Debating Team, '23g Class Playg Varsity Basketballg Senior O. Ez B. Com.g Asst. Treasurer, '24g Varsity Tennis, '24. "The iron will of one stout heart Shall make a thousand quail." Bucknell 16 "Giggles"-Manager Varsity, '22g Captain Varsity, '23-'24, 'Shorty"-Basketball, '21-'22-'23g Varsity Basetball, '24g "A merrier man I never spent an hour's talk withal." ORANGE AND BLACK HELEN MAE MATHIAS Commercial Treasurer A. A., '24, "She's never been known to indulge in tears." Milton Standard Office ANN LOUISE MAYES Academic "Annie"-Class Basketball, 215 Orchestra, '22. "She is as virtuous as she is fair." Bucknell GENEVIEVE MARIE M'LAUGHLIN Commercial "Jenny"-Class Treasurer, '23-'24. "If she continues, she will win great fame." Reliable Furniture Co. BEULAH ELIZABETH M'LAUGHLIN General HMiC77 I "She never did harm that we heard of." Jefferson Hospital WILLIAM ROOSEVELT MERTZ Scientific "Just Bill"-Class Basketballg Varsity Footballg Senior Class Playg Orchestra, '21-'22, 17 ORANGE AND BLACK WILLIAM NEWTON MILLWARD Scientific "Newt"-Varsity Tennis, '23g Class Basketballg Advertising Mgr. O. Sz B.g Asst. Mgr., '23g Senior Class Play. "Life's a jest, and all things show itg I thought so once and now I know it." Bucknell OLIVER PHILIP MONTGOMERY Scientific "Phil"-Varsity Tennis, '23g Varsity Baseball, '23, "Laugh not too muchg the witty man laughs least." Bucknell RUTH MOODY Academic "Ruthie"-Class Historiang Senior O. 8x B. Committee. 'fSilence is perfectest herald -of joy." Undecided JOHN MAXWELL MOORE Scientific "Max"-Senior Class Play Property Committeeg Usher Committee. "He's a jolly good fellow." Bucknell FLORENCE MAE MORGAN Commercial KKKid!7 "Good nature is stronger than tomahawksf' Undecided 18 ORANGE AND BLAC K EUGENE JAMES MORRISSEY Scientific Gene"-Varsity Football, '23-'24g Class Basketball, Senior Class Play Property Committeeg Stage Committee. "Full well they laughed with counterfeited glee, At all his jokes, for many a joke had he." Bucknell ISABELLE ALMEDA MUMMEY Commercial Usisff "A smile is the same in all languages." Undecided HAROLD WATSON MURRAY Scientific "Sie"-Science Editor O. Sz B., Property Committee, Ushering Committee. "I say it is so, therefore it is so." Bucknell JOHN WILLIAM NEWCOMER Commercial "Bill" "Silence is golden." Undecided JENNIE PAULING Scientific UIde77 IDA "Felicity, not Huency of language, is a merit." Mulncy Normal 19 ORANGE AND BLACK EDGAR FOUST REED Scientific "Hercules" Class Basketball, '23-'24. "I know thee for a man o'f many thoughts." Bucknell HAZEL IRENE REED Academic "Haz"-Ushering Committee. ' "A laugh is worth a hundred groans , In any market! Lankenau Hospital i HELEN NAOMI REICHARD ' Academic "Chicken" "Her life is gentle." l Undecided L THOMAS MILTON REIMENSNYDER Scientific , "Robin Hood"-Class President, '23-'24, Captain Varsity ' Basketball, '23-'24g Mgr. Varsity Basbetball, '24, Football, '23-'24g Baseball, '24, Interscholastic ' Debating Team, '23, "There should be something doing In honor of his name." Bucknell BRIGHT BURTON REIN Commercial 1 "Dimples" "Never do today what you can put off till tomorrow." Undecided 20 ORANGE AND BLACK E s s LORETTA RHODES Commercial "Wildfire"-Class Bkisketb-allg Candy Committeeg ' 5 Ushering' Committee. "She is always gay and ready for fun." ' HELEN ESTELLA SCHUTT Commercial "Jazz"-Mgr. Class Basketballg Candy Committee. "It is not enough to be goodg Be good for something. Undecid rd CATHERINE THERESA SEEBOLD Commercial "Kitty"-Class Basketballg Ushering Committee. "Wavy hair, twinkling eyes- A natural wit, we idolizef' Undecided PAUL RICHARD SEIBERTl Scientific "Sie"-Program Committeeg Ushering Committee. "But lest the heat should grow intense, We'll temper with some common sense." Bucknell PAUL JONES SEIDEL A "Fed"-Senior Class Playg Junior O. Sz B. Committeeg Trackg Vice-president, '21, A -dainty, gallant ladies' man, But not a man of booksg A man with a temper like the wind, And a man of exquisite looks." State College Scientific at '21 ORANGE AND BLACK' GEORGE- FOLLMER SHOEMAKER Scientific "Shoey"--Ticket Committee for Class Playg Ticket Committee for Games. "There lives a deal of deviltry beneath his mild exterior." Bucknell ELIZABETH BEVAN SLIFER General Committeeg Class Play. "She is happiest when she has her own Way." Margaret Morrison THELMA ELIZABETH SPRINGER Commercial ' "Skinny"-Class Playg Cflass Basketballg Candy Committee "She was made for happy thoughts." Undecided GEORGE LEWIS STRAHAN General Program Committeeg Class Basketballg Ticket Mgr.g Treasurer A. A.g Oratorical Contest, '24, "Thence to the famous orators repair." Undecided ROBERT MEIXELL STRAHAN General Just "Bob"-Class Basketballg Baseball, '23g Football, '23-'24g Track, '24g Ticket Committeeg Varsity Basketball, '24, "From out his mouth does ever trip The always ready jest and quip. Hi-s endless chain of joke and pun Makes all the day' one round -of fun." Undecided 22 "Betty"-Orchestra, '215 Class Editor, '21g Junior O. Sz B. 'iTubby"'-Treasurer, '22g Football, '23g Vice-president, '24g ORANGE AND BLACK CATHERINE ALICE STRINE Academic "Katie -Interscholastic Debating Team, '23g Orchestra, '24g Chairman Property Committeeg Chairman Orchestra Commiltteeg Class Song, '24, "For reasoning clear, for work sublime, Eternal fame reward shall be." Bloomsburg Normal H GEORGE WITHINGTON STRINE General "Squire"-Baseball, '22-'23-'24g Mgr. Football, '24g Class Basketballg Chairman Publicity Committeeg Senior O. gl B. Committee. "It can't de done, thinks he, Without advi-ce from him." Ursinus HANNAH MAE TRATE Commercial "Ham"-Class Basketballg O. Kr B. Reporter, '24g Varsity Basketball, '24g Class Play. "We love her disposition." Undecided THOMAS COOPER UNDERWOOD Scientific "Tommy"-Director of Orchestrag Baseballg Cheer Leader. '24g Class Playg Bandg O. 8a B. Editorg Class Basketballg Asst. Advertising Manager. "I will utter what I believe today, ' If it should 'contradict all I said yesterday." Philadelphia Textile School HARRY JOSEPH WALKER Scientific "M-ose"-Football, '23-245 Track, '24g Class Basketballg Stage Committee. "Here's to the gladness of his gladness when he's glad, Here's to the sadness of his sadness when he's sadg But the gladness of his gladness and the sadness of his sadness , Can't beat the ma-dness of his madness when he's mad." N Lincoln University 1 23 . ORANGE AND BLACK CLASS EVENTS Freshman Halloween Party .... .... H igh School First Class Picnic .......... .......... W olfland Sophomore Halloween Party .... .... A t Maxwell Moore's Second Class Picnic ..... .... A llenwood 24 The Cl ORANGE AND BLACK f 1924 CLASS EVENTS Junior Halloween Party .... .... H igh School "Gym" Third Class Picnic ......................... Boak's Park Senior Class Play, "Come Out of the Kitchen" High School Auditorium The Washington Trip .... ........ S till a prospect 25 ORANGE AND BLACK A a ,114 5' : V 543415: mf, E THORNTON SHALER WALKER Scientific "Honey"-Baseball, '21-'22-'23-'24g Foosball Basketball '23g President A. A., '24g Class Basketbal Coach Class Teams 'KNO team complete without him Lincoln University ORANGE AND BLACK HONOR STUDENTS Vailedictory Peace on Earth" ...................... Catherine Strine Salutatory America's Foundation" ........... ..... P reston Davis The Mission of Internationalismu. .. .... Myrtle Bennage A Helping Hand". .. ..... Ione Burns The Fad of Antiquity" .... .... E lizabeth Burrowes What's the Hurry ?" ...... .... E lisabeth Hedenberg' Our National Responsibility". . . .... Ruth Moody Future Fashions of Life". .. .... Ethel Baker 27 ORANGE AND BLACK ll llllllllll ll Illl lllllllllllll I I IlllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIlIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllIlllIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllll Illllllllllllllllll UIIIII "COME OUT OF Tl-IE KITCHEN" PRESENTED BY THE CLASS OF 1924 March 13-14, 1924 CAST OF CHARACTERS Paul Daingeriield, alias Smithfield .......................................... Charles Daingerfield, alias Brindleburg ,......... ..... Elizabeth Daingerfield, alias Araminta ..,..... Olivia Daingerfield, alias Jane Ellen ............... ..........Willia'm Mertz ...William Millward ........Hannah Trate ............Gra-ee VWO-ods Amanda, Oliviafs black mammy ............................... ............. T helma Springer Randolph Weeks, agent of the Daingerfields ........ ........ T homafs Underwood Burton Crane, from the North ........................... ............... P 'reS+t0H Davis Mrs. Falkner, Tucker's sister ...................... ........... G ladys Geary Cora Falkner, her daughter ............................ ..... Solon Tucker, Crane's attorney and guest ....... ....... . .. .... Thomas Lefferts, statistical poet ............................................................... Under direction of Mrs. Thomas Sanger, 28 .......Elizabeth Slifer Montgomery Marsh ...............Paul Seidel ORANGE AND BLACK Presidents Farewell Address THOMAS M. REIMENSNYDER Mr. Superintendent, Parents, Friends, Members of the Faculty, and Fellow Students: It is with feelings of mingled joy and sadness that I speak to you on this occasion. It is a feeling of sadness because we are about to bid farewell to our school career in Milton High. We shall not forget the tender memories that will linger in our thoughts of these happy and profit- able school days. It is a feeling of joy, for we have spent happy hours in each other's company and fellowship. To the members of the faculty, our instructors, we owe much. They have spent anxious hours of labor, aid- ing us in storing up such knowledge as will help us in the pursuits of the arduous tasks which await us in the other fields of activity. It is a joy and inspiration because we now face the realities of life. We have our first real view of the golden lields facing us in this world of opportunities. Some of us will continue the pursuit of knowledge in the higher institutions of learning. that we may be further equipped with armor essential for useful and efficient ser- vice in this great historic age. Instructors and classmates, as we pass on in life, we shall ever hold hallowed memories of our school days in Milton. With the passing of years, these memories will grow more precious. To you, my fellow students, may I speak a word, ask- ing you to continue on the upward path upon which We have already entered. Let us ever so conduct ourselves as to reiiect along the pathway of life that which will honor our home and our Alma Mater. Let not one of us ever be associated with anything that would cast a shadow upon these sacred walls, dedicated to the help and inspiration of growing and developing manhood and womanhood. And now, as president of my class, it becomes my im- portant duty and great privilege, to take from my shoulders the mantle and confer it upon my successor, the president of the Class of '25. May you, sir, ever wear it to the honor of our High School, and pass it on with untarnished folds, as year by year we move onward and upward on the way to useful and splendid attainment. 29 ORANGE AND BLACK CLASS SONG fTune, "Aloha Oe"J Our school-days now are past and gone, And yet we fondly linger hereg So that we may sing our farewell song, To old High and our pals who are so dear. Chorus Farewell to thee, dear Milton High, Duty calls us now to other plains. One fond, last look before we say good-bye, Until we meet again. Long will our hearts recall each joy That bound us in sweet friendship here 5 For time can nevermore destroy Tender mem'ries we've gathered in four years 30 ORANGE AND BLACK CLASS OF '24 EVELYN ALMINA KOCH Milton High School, we bid you a fond farewell It is the last day of the year. Our feelings are both of joy and sorrow, For the parting time is here. The years spent with thee, dear High, Have flitted away on wings of gold. Our hearts are sad at partingg As we leave thy protecting fold. Friendships formed here, dear school, Will always linger in our mindg And here within thy sacred walls We've formed friendships of that kind. When many years shall pass away, And season follows season 'round, Perhaps a member of '24 With fame and honor will be crowned. How your heart will glow with pride then, If one of you should glory wing To say among your fellowmen: "I used to go to school with him !" O, may every member of '24 Look fondly back upon this year As one which in the total sum Of all your life will stand out clear. 31 ORANGE AND BLACK Illllll lllllllllllllll IIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllIllIIllIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiIIllIIIIIIIlllllllIlllllllllllIIIIIlIllllllIllllllllllllllllllllll I I llllllll III I WEARERS OF Tl-IE. "M" FOOTBALL Strahan, R., Capt. Strine, G., Manager Snook, E. Bennett, J. Reimensnyder, T. Ranck, L. Harpster, M. Mertz, VV. Cantin, E. Kennedy, W. Walker, H. Marsh, M. Drum, L. Campiglio, F. Campbell, C. Hulsizer, R. Walker, T. Morrissey, E. BASKETBALL CBOYSD Kennedy, W. Ranck, L. Strahan, R. Reimensnyder, T. Drum, L. Campig-lio, F Davis, P. Marsh, M. Bennett, J. Strine, R. CGirlsj Krum, L. Allen, J. Harmon, H. Mathias, H. Trate, H. Woods, D. Moore, M. BASEBALL Records' not complete. CHEER LEADERS Krum, L. Schreyer, J. Seidel, R. Moore, M. Gensel, S. Whalen, J. Underwood, T. ORCHESTRA Strine, C. Daubert, E. Strahan, G. Underwood, T. Keiser, F. BAND Underwood, T. ORATORICAL CONTEST Cummings, E. Strahan, G. ORANGE AND BLACK Hedenberg, E. Davis, P. Millward, W TRACK Records not complete. 32 ORANGE AND BLACK FOOTBALL TEAM Top row, reading from left to right: E. C. Cupp fFaculty Managerj Oberdick CCoachJ, Lentz fCoachJ, Strine CStudent Managerj, Harry L Smithf Principaljg second row, Seidel, Morrissey, Marsh, Walker, D Hoffman 3 third row, Raup, Schreyer, Harpster, Bennett, Ranck, Campiglio Malickg fourth row, Kennedy, Bird, Drum, Campbell, Hulsizer, Cantin bottom row, Reimensnyder, Mertz, L. Hoiman, Robert Strahan fCaptainJ Snook, Walker. 33 ORANGE AND BLACK BOYS' BASKETBALL RESUME Under the able direction of Malcolm Musser the 1923-24 team suc- ceeded in outscoring their opponents and in Winning the majority of games played. Standing, left to right: Kremer flforwardj, Harpster CGuardJ, Mr. Musser fCoachj, Marsh fGuardJ, Davis CCenterJ 3 seated, Drum CrFor- Wardj, Bennett CForwar'dJ, Reimensnyder fCaptain, Guardj, Kennedy CForWardD, and Strine CGuardJ. 34 ORANGE AND BLACK FOOTBALL TEAM Top row, reading from left to right: E. C. Cupp CFaculty Managerj Oberdiek CCoachJ, Lentz CCoachJ, Strine fStudent Managerj, Harry L Smithf Principalbg second row, Seidel, Morrissey, Marsh, Walker, D Hoffman, third row, Raup, Schreyer, Harpster, Bennett-, Ranck, Campiglio Malickg fourth row, Kennedy, Bird, Drum, Campbell, Hulsizer, Cantin bottom row, Reimensnyder, Mertz, L. Hoffman, Robert Strahan CCaptainJ Snook, Walker. 33 ORANGE AND BLACK BOYS' BASKETBALL RESUME Under the able direction of Malcolm Musser the 1923-24 team suc- ceeded in outscoring their opponents and in Winning the majority of games played. Standing, left to right: Kremer fForwardJ, Harpster fGuardD, Mr. Musser fCoachJ, Marsh fGuardJ, Davis fCenterJg seated, Drum fFOI'- Wardj, Bennett fForWar'dJ, Reimensnyder CCaptain, Guardj, Kennedy fForwardl, and Strine CGuardJ. 34 ORANGE AND BLACK I I IllIIllIIllIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIllllllllllllullIllllllllllllllIlllllIIIllIIllIlllilillsllllllllllllllllnlHIIIllInillllllnllllllllllllllnlllllllllll Illl IIIII Illllllll IIIIIIII HIGH SCHOOL ORCHESTRA This year Louise Reinhart, Catherine Strine, Richard Seidel, Albert Graham and Ned Reitmeyer joined the orchestra. During the school year the orchestra has played at various entertainments, and for Parent-Teacher meetings at Lincoln and Grant buildings and Milton High School The Senior members of the orchestra who will leave this year are Catherine Strine, George Strahan, Thomas Underwood, Fred Keiser and Ernest Daubert. The members o'f the orchestra, seated from left to right are: George Strahan, Ned' Reitmeyer, John Motz, William Kurtz, Fred Keiser, Joseph Bender, Ralph Kosten- bader, Frank Bird, Albert Graham, Catherine Strine, Louise Reinhart, Ross Ditzler. Standing: Miss M. Smith fFaculty Directorj, Thomas Underwood fStudent Directorj, and Ernest Daubert. 37 ORANGE AND BLACK BAND The Milton High School band has had a successful year. It played for most of the athletic events, and also gave some entertainments. The players, from left to right, are: William Williams, Joseph Bender, Foster Dennis, Fred Dietrich, Ralph Kostenbauder, Carl Gearhart, Henry Schreyer, Thomas Underwood, Edgar Gearhart, Fred Wilson, Jack Schreyer, William Kutz, John Motz, Ned Reitmeyer, Russel Dennis, Paul Byerly, Fred Keiser, LeRoy Shriner, John Lentz and Paul Schleppy. 38 ORANGE AND BLACK TRACK ACTIVITIES Milton High has introduced a new branch of athletics-track. Coaches Knight, of M. H. S. facultyg Butler, of Milton, and Haskett, of Bucknell, are confident of developing a fine team. The hammer throw, javelin throw, shot-put, pole vault, high jump, broad jump, the dashes, and half-mile runs are some of the events in which our team excels. The players are: Standing, left to right, J. Baker, R. Strahan, H. Walker, Snook, R. Evans, Ammerman, Bird, F. Wilson, L. Keiser fMan- agerj, Butler fCoachJ, Knight CCoachJg sitting, Lentz, P. Seidel, D. Moyer, Campiglio, Hafer, Ranck, Kurtz, Neuhard. 39 llllIIIIIIIIIIlllllllIlIIIIIllIlllllllllIllllllIlllIllllllllllllllllllllll IllIllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIHIIIIII.IllllIIlIIIIlIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII lllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllIlllllllll n In JOKES 2 Bill Millward is much alarmed by the barking of Paul Seidel's dog. One day E 5 Paul said to him: "Don't be afraid of him. You know the old proverb, 'A bark- E E ing dog never bites." 5 5 "Yes," Bill said, "you know the proverb, I kn-ow the proverbg but does the E E dog know the proverb?" 5 E R. Hulsizer-"I don't see why they want to learn us this old English for E Z anyway." E J. Lindner--"Me neither. It ain't no good to an engineer." A certain Junior-"I had a horrible nightmare last night." 5 - 'Squire-"Oh, I had a wonderful dream! I dreamed that you had promised 5 5 to marry me." g ' too." ' A certain Junior-"Isn't that a coincidence! I thought that I had, P. Davis--"I is --." Teacher-"Don't you mean 'I am?' " Preston-"I am the ninth letter of the alphabet? It was a High School teacher, Wh-o rapped at St. Peter's gateg Peter said, "You can't come in, You're half a minute late." Hannah-"Tell me, have you ever loved another?" : : Tommy-"Why, yes, of course, dear. Do you think I'd practice on a nice E E girl like you?" ' Gummy Marsh had recently started to practice medicine. For a long time 5 5 no one came to him. Finally, one day his nurse came into the oilifce, smiling. "Oh, sir," she said, "your practice is wai-ting. Shall I show him in?" "Don't you occasionally have company that bores you?" asked a friend. E : "Often," replied Mrs. Lindner, "but we have a remedy. We always let our 2 5 little Johnny recite." ' Helen M.-"I can tell you how to cure that cold." Mildred K.--"What do you want me to take ?" Helen-"About an hour's exercise in the open air every day." : : Mildred-"I think I'll try the doctor's method. All he wants me to take is a E E few pills."' ' "Disease," said the doctor, "always attacks the weakest spot." A "Oh," she replied, "that can't be true. If it were my husband would have E E brain fever or something like that, instead of liver trouble." G. B'arner-"Did that watermelon I sold you do for the whole family?" E. Daubert--"Very nearly. The doctor is calling yet." H. Schutt-"You are the proprietor and pharmacist of the first class?" L. Drum-"Yes, madamf' Helen-"And you know the business well?" Lawrence-"From the foundation." Helen-"That is wel-l. Give me two cents' worth of gum drops." G. Strahan was scowling fiercely at the waiter as he vainly tried to cut his E E steak. Finally the waiter QB. Klingmanj exclaimed: : 5 "Is'n't your steak tender enough? Did you expect it to jump up and kiss E E youipv : I IIIIllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllIII!lllllllllllllIIIIIIIIllIIIIIIlIHlIIlTIIIIIllIIllIIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIHIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII FELLOWS, ARE YOU READY FOR COMMENCEMENT? We are ready for you with beautiful suits in blues or light shadesg shirts, white flan- nels, hats-anything that you need in the clothing line. Stop in and let us help you choose your Commencement outfit. WOLF DREIF USS Home of Fashion Park and Hart Schalfner 8: Marx MILTON, PA. ICE CREAM CANDIES CUT FLOWERS AND PLANTS JOHN A. 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