Milton High School - Echoes Yearbook (Milton, PA)

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From HTHE DAYS or FORTY-NIV!-f MILTON HIGH SCHOOL ECHOES S Published by the CLAS S OF 1949 FOREWORD CZ HUNDRED years have elapsed since the historic gold rush of l8fl9g yet like the people of that time who were lured westward hy the promise of gold, we of today are lured by the promises of success and happiness in the future. Whatever our goals, we shall do our best to attain them by surmounting the obstacles which fall in our paths. As we, the '49ers of Milton High School, say adieu to our teach- ers and friends, we pause to glance backward at what has been the essence of our lives at Milton High School. Our classes, the friend- ships we have built with others, the sports in which we have partici- pated or those we have watched, the good times we have had, and yes, even some of the work we have accomplished-these we have en- deavored to set down in this book that they shall never be forgotten ,59rQe-r-avnwne 2X 411114 Ayneb -7'Fac,ufff1 C1 'U' Pr-C3 Hmyf 833' Soir? mgsgnyes Dfdfwffw W Aafzvifw Faculty SP. ,-es The Orange and Blaelc Altho Williamsport has favored The Cherry and the White. And the loyal boys of Danville For the Orange and Purple light. Still we hold our colors, splendor Nor honor shall they lackg While the athletes stand defenders Of the Orange and the Black. Thru the three long years of High School lVlidst the scenes we know so well: There's a mystic charm to knowledge We vainly seek to spellg Or we win athletic victories On the football field or track: Still we work for Milton High School And the Orange and the Black. When our high school days are over And life looms up beforeq We recall those days of gladness That come again no more. Still we banish care and sadness, As we turn our memories hack. And recall those days of gladness 'Neath the Orange and the Black. A 9"'isU5-A9'J"" QNAEB' . W ah: 'JgI1..:1?.'1:F:'2"-r:a.T::::f u -"Yl1!!1l1ll.1--I" 4 ,'::::::":::?"::!'JFW".3 i ft ' ' ' 711113-19 lffrna -3 :' .'-iii? "'Z'."""'1l.i'1:1-111 n I-:qi rlig-I!! ... -. - .... -.. -.1-.vu-1-11:-nz-a-ctclln -' 1'-" '1L1iQ-lll'1.J 1-141. nn--..--.--.. .E L 11nur-1--1--up-A113-11-, I nnlirlbwgrggi il. 9 - .:-,-::- Q- -it N--.- llllflllllhi-3:13 'U' ie? VF to w X W is A Tune: I. II. III. Class Song "Drifting and Drearningv Now comes the time When we must depart With many mem'ries Held deep in our heart. Good things may come To us on our wayg But thoughts of high school With us will eier stay. Many the mem'ries Of our high school days: Some happy ones, A few tinged with haze. We'll carry with us Memiries of all. And in the future These will recall. So to our high school We hid good-bye: To reach her ideals We'll bravely try. Tho' sadness steals lts way to our side. ln M. H. S. We,ll always take pride. DEDICATIO CZQDE, the class of 1949, respectfully dedicate this YCHIJS edition of the ECHOES to MISS M. MARTHA BICKEL, whose untiring eflorts, interest, and excellent guidance have heen invaluable in the production of this Annual. The .Faculty HARRY E. SWANGER Chemistry, Household Chemistry, Physics, Vocational Science DOROTHEY E. BOYER Home Economics JAMES 0. TULE, JR. Vocational Education, Wood PHOEBE M. REINHART English, .lournalism ALBERT P. LYFORD lnstrumental Music MRS. PRENTISS W. OWENS Home Economics E. COLLINS CUPP Superintendent of Milton Schools M. MARTHA BICKEL French, English PAUL C. CONFER U. S. History, Chorus RUTH M. HOY Latin, English CHARLES G. HEFFNER Vocational Education, Metal ELIZABETH E. HAWK Ojice Practice, Shorthand, Typing HENRY W. LONGENBERGER Commercial Geography, Typing Consumer Education, Baseball Coach, Assistant Football Coach STANDFORD L. KUNKLE High School Principal MILES M. KOSTENBAUDER Director, Vocation Education CHARLES T. LONTZ Biology MRS. W. MURRAY BUTLER Physical Education, Counselor of Girls JOSEPH E. MACALKA Vocational Education, Related Subjects ROBERT L. IZER Physical Education, Problems of Democracy, Economics Basketball Coach, Assistant Football Coach MRS. BRUCE BAYLOR Secretary to the Principal The Faculty HATTIE COLE FERTIG LONTZ English P. RICHARD FISHER Football Coach, Mathematics, Assistant Basketball Coach JOHN L. KOONS World History, Vocational History EVAN C. WILLIAMS Vocational Erlucation, Electricity JULIA C. 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Presidentis Message As President of the Senior Class, I wish to express my thanks to the members of the class of 194-9 and to the members of the faculty who have made this year a successful one. Through happiness and pleasure, through troubles and hardships, we have worked together to make this year the best year of our school life. Now the time has come for us to step forward, to take our place in the world. School life is more than twelve years of lessons and homework, its athletic contests, the opening of the new High School Athletic Field, parties, dances, the class play, and above all, memories. Yes, memories. Now it is time to forge ahead and accomplish greater things. Some of us will go on to college, others will enter industryg but most of us boys will answer the call of Uncle Sam for our allotted share of military service. Turmoil and conflict everywhere make the world today a perplexing one for us to face. Our problems will be great and difficult. Some of us will take them easy, others will have a more diliicult time solving them. Whatever we do I know will be for the best. The warmth of our friendships has become a vital part of our personalities. The smile of a friend will always be one of life's greatest pleasures. With a feeling of sadness we each go our separate way. Some of us will see each other every day, others may never again meet after graduation. In closing I just want to congratulate all of you for such a co-operative and successful year together. May God lead us all in the path to happiness and success. 10 LOIS C. APPLEMAN "Lois" ACCOIIIIIIII4' and D . lAlE'I'CllHIItllSlI1g She works hard and does things well . . . niee personality . . . quiet and demure. S1'lroolA'r'll'x t: G. A. A. 3. t. DOROTHEA E. ARNER "Borg General A eutie who hails froln VVest Mil- ton . . . a nieer girl there never was . . . pleasant slnile. Srhool .v1'1l'N t. I-Editor: Fenorzs Stall' t: Girls' Chorus 2: Girls' Intramur- al Basketball 2. 3. tg G. A. A. 1. 2. 3. t. G. A. A. Follies 2: 'I'rieIli'Y 3. t: Class l'lay. WILLIAM BARTOE "Bill" Vocational Ilill gets along with everyone . . . friend of many . . . lSIilton's fu- ture leading meehanie. BLAND M. BEAVER "Bearer" Scientific Liked by all . . . new but neat . . . too bad he diiIn't move here before. Class Oiiieer. Treasurer 3: Intra- mural Ilaseball 3: Intramural Bas- ketball 2. 3 -all at Mittlinburg: In- tramural Basketball I. RACHEL L. BERGER .KIIIICIIFIH Scientific A t'riend worth having . . . future FlorenceNightingale . . . excel- lent student. Srhool ,Y1'Il'S t. lllclitor: Girls' In- tramural Basketball 2. 3. I.: G. A. A. I. 2. 3, I. G. A. A. Follies 2: Tri-Ili-Y Il. I: Senior t'hristmas Card f'0IIIIIIlfll'l' L: Class Play. MORTON A. BERMAN "Mort" General Easy to get acquainted with . . . happy disposition . . . drives a green Hniek. LOUIS R. ARN DT "Hot Lips" Accounting and Merchandising Never a dull moment when he's around . . . good eornet player . . . likes the girls. Band l. 2, 3. 4, First Chair et-2 Danee Band 3. 4: Drum Corps 4: Intra- mural Baseball 3. 4: Intramural Ilaskvtlmll 2. 3. l: Hi-Y t. VERDILLA M. BAKER "Dillie" Home Economics Sbe's a genuine good sport . . . has many friends . . . never quiet. tiirls' Intramural Basketball 2, 3: h. A. A. l. 2. Il. I. G. A. A. Fol- lies 2. FRANK BAUMGARTNER "George" Scientific The riot of the classroom . .. there are three ways to do things: the right way. the wrong way. and Baumgartner's way. Intramural Basketball 3, t: Hi-Y 3. ANNA M. BERGE "Bergen Home Economics A fun loving lass with a super tlne personality . . . a tirst elass clerk at Woolwortlfs Store. Eel-ion-is Staff 4: G. A. A. 2. 3, 4, G. A. A. Follies 2: Senior Christmas Card Committee 8. HERBERT I. BERMAN "Vitamin,' Scientific Willing worker . . . good foot- ball player . . . exeels in mathe- maties and science. Varsity Football 2. 4: J. V. Foot- ball 1: Intramural Baseball 2: Hi- Y 2: Baseball 2, 3. 1: Intramural Basketball 1. GENE HARRY BOMBOY "Gene" Vocational Future tire-ehiet' . . . lots of fun . . . likes to work? JACK WILLIAM BOMBOY "Jack" Vocational A good worker with a niee per- sonality . . . a whiz with a car . . . future aviator. E. LARRY BOTTIGER, JR. "Bone" Scientific Good student . . . personality plus . . . one of our prize foot- ball heroes. Varsity Football 2. 3, 4: J. V. Foot- ball lg Intramural Baseball 2. 3. -1: J. V. Basketball 2: Intramural Ilas- ketball 3, -L: Hi-Y 2, 3. -1.1 Assembly Committee l: Sta,-ze Hand 2. 3. L SHIRLEY I. BRAUTIGAM "Shirley" Home Economics All day long we hear Jerome. Jerome. Jerome . . . nice k1d.to know . . . how would the movies get along without her? G. A. A. I. 2. 3. t. li. A. A. Fol- lies 2: Class Play. ROXANNA VIVIAN BUDD "Roxy" Secretarial A perfect secretary . . . neat . . . has many friends. Evnol-Ls Staff 4: Band l, 2. 3. 1-: Girls' Intramural Basketball 2. 3, 41 H. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4. G. A. A. Fol- lies 2: Class Play. Student Director. DAVID E. CAMPBELL "Spz1ds" General Soda jerker at R lk lJ's . . . has a smile for everyone . . . a eut- up in a classroom. Srhool News I-. Sports Editor: Eel-iorzs Staff -tg Intramural Base- ball 2, 3. 4: Intramural Basketball 2. 3, .li Hi-Y 2, 3. -I. Vive Presi- dent 3. .l. MARLENE CARIS "DolIy', Secretarial Very sweet and neat . . . a good worker . . . likes to dance. Ecuorzs Staff 4: G. A. A, I, 2, 3. I.. G. A. A. Follies 2. .51 .J'g'g',:n VERA BOOP "Blondie" Home Economics A sweet and likable blond . . . a :ood friend to everyone . . . seen everywhere with Bob. ti. A. A. 1, 2, 3. 4. G. A. A. Fol- lies 2. PEGGY JANE BOYER "Peg" Home Economics Seen with Russell . . . quiet . . . hails from Pottsgrove. fi. A. A. 1. 2. 3. 4. G. A. A. Fol- lies 2. LILA R. BROWN "Lila,' Home Economics She's happy in love and engaged . . . a nicer girl vouldn't be found . . . skating a favorite hobby. Drum Forps 3: G. A. A. 1. 2. 3. l. G. A. A. Follies 2. DORIS CALLENBERGER "Doris" General She'll leave her heart with the class of 1950 . . . peppy cheer- leader . . . takes her corners on ??? wheels. Sr-hool News l, Editor: Eel-roi-rs Staff -I: Drum Corps 2: Girls' Intramural Basketball 3. L: G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer L. G. A. A. Follies 25 Assembly Committee 3, -1: Cheer- leader I: Class Play. ROBERT N. CAMPBELL "Babu Vocational Quiet . . . his friendship is one that will last . . . brings home the birds. llellefonte High Sehool Band. 2 years. ANNABELLE M. COAKLEY "Ann.abelle,' General Nice to know . . . our best wishes to Annabelle and Rich. Band 3. tg G. A. A. I, 2, 3. -t. G. A A. Follies 2: 'l'ri-Hi-Y 3. 1. NANCY C. CONDERN "Name" Home Economics Laughs come easy . . . pretty dark hair . . . she's number one girl with Webb. Eel-roi-as Statf 4: Girls' Intramural Basketball 23 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, G. A. A. Follies 2. LARRY M. CORSON "Skip" Vocational Dick Meas-e's side-kick . . . we wish him luck wherever he goes has the unusual hobby of collecting pipes. Hi-Y 2, 3: Intramural Basketball l. N. ERMA CROMAN ..EfHlU,, Home Economics Comes from Pottsgrove . . . a girl who will succeed . . . ex- cels in textile painting. Girls' Intramural Basketball 3, -1: G. A. A. l. 2. 3, -1. G. A. A. Fol- lies 2. GLENN LARUE DERR "Rocky" General Milton High School Adonis . . . likes to dance??? . . . terrific at sports. Class President 2, 3: Varsity Foot- ball 1. 2. 3. 4: Intramural Baseball 2, 3: .lunior High Basketball 1: .l. V. Basketball 2: Varsity Basket- ball 3. 4: Vlass l'lay. ROBERT DERR "Bob" Vocational Not much to say, but always laughing . . . women in his lifet? Intramural Baseball 2, 3, 4. ANNA LEE DIEHL "Lee" Secretarial An excellent square dancer . . . endearing smile . . . grand sense nf lnnnor. Eeaoiis Statf 4: Girls' Chorus 2, 3: G. A. A. 1, 2. 3. 4. G. A. A. Follies 2: Assembly Committee 3. 4: Class l'lay. MARY MARTHA COOPER "Molly" Home Economics Works at Rnbe's . . . quiet . . . for a nice gal, she's the one. Ecnorzs Stat? 4: Drum Corps 3. 4: G. A. A. 1. 2. 3. t. G. A. A. Fol- lies 2. EVA MAE COUP "Em" Home Economics Always seen with n book . . . enjoys sewing: . . . a friend ln- deed. G. A. A. l, 2. 3. t. li. A. A. Fol- lies 2. EVELYN DEICHERT Home Economics Nice to know . . . one likely to get the most out of life . . . Anna Fry's side-kick. Hrnorzs Staff li G. A. A. l. 2. 3, lt. G. A. A. Follies 2. MILDRED C. DERR "Midge" Home Economics A shy smile topped by merry brown eyes . . . a teacher's dream . , . always writing letters. G. A. A. l. 2. 3. 1. fi. A. A. Fol- lies 2. SHIRLEY MAE DEWALD "ShirIey" Secretarial A petite blond who plays a horn in the band . . . do you think she could make just as much noise without it ? i? ECHO!-15 Stat? t: Band 1. 2. 3, 4. First Chair .Lg Girls' intramural Basketball -L: G. A. A. I. 2. 3, 4. G. A. A. Follies 2: Class Play. K. GILBERT DODGE "K" Vocational Muscles should be his middle name . . . a lad from Milton R. D .... likes to tlsh and hunt fWhat?7 .5. uf, SL VIRGINIA M. DOTTS "Corky" Secretarial The sweetest of girls and the truest of friends . . . sunshine and laughter lie at her heels . . . our Tri-Hi-Y President. Ecu-xmas Staff 4: Drum Corps 2, 3: G. A. A. l, 2, 3, 4. Scribe 2, Vice President 3, G. A. A. Follies 2: Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, President 4: Swim- ming Club 2: Girls' Intramural Bas- ketball 2, 3, 4: Class Play. DELPHINE M. ELLIOTT "Del" Home Economics Neat blond hair . . . always with Viola . . . snappy dresser. G. A. A. 1, 2. 4, G. A. A. Ful- lies 2. FLOYD EUGENE F ETZER "Bowie" Scientific A sparkling wit . . . has a pas- sion for Zane Grey . . . phooey on women??? School Ne ws t. NANCY I... FLETCHER "Fletch" Scientific A shy lniss . . . tlne person to know . . . likes to sing. Girls' Chorus 3, 4: G. A. A. 3. 4: Girls' Intramural Basketball 4. ELINOR TERESA FOX "Elinor" Home Economics Dotes on green clothes . . . chat- ter-box . . . one you would never overlook. School News 2, 3. 4: Girls' Chorus 4: G. A. A. 1. 2. 3, 4. G. A. A. Fol- lies 2. WILLIAM R. FRY "Bill', Accounting and Merchandising One of Mr. Kunkle's right-hand men . . . likes to go deer hunt- ing at the Shakespeare Rod and Gun Club. Drum Corps 2: .l. V. Football 1: Intramural Basketball I3: Stage Manager 2, 3, 1: Swimming Club 2. r - 1 ELIZABETH A. EDINGER "Betty" Home Economics A country lass with a pretty face . . . they come no better . . . good drawer. Girls' Chorus 1: Girls' Intramural llaskethall 2, 3, l: G. A. A. 1, 2. 3. 4. G. A. A. Follies 2. MARY E. ELLIOTT 'Ulflaryv Accounting and Merchandising Sweet disposition . . . seen with Don . . . Nic-k's girl Friday. Em-ions Staff l: Girls' Chorus 2, 3. l: G. A. A. 1, 2, 3. 4, G. A. A. Fol- lies 2: Senior Christmas Card Com- mittee L. ALVIN FISHER, JR. "Alu Vocational A shy guy from Mt-Ewensville . . . careful driver? . . . seen at skating rink. DAVID S. FLICK, JR. "Slim" Vocational Plays a good game of football . . . has a '49 Cadillae?? . . . likes them all. but loves one. Varsity Football 1. 2, 3, -l: J. V. Basketball 2. ANNA KATHERINE FRY "Ann," Home Economics Sweet face . . . kind and friend- ly to all . . . maybe she'll own a sportings goods store some day. Ecuorzs Staff l: G. A. A. 1. 2, 3, 4, G. A. A. Follies 2. MARGARET B. GORDON 4'Peg', Home Economics Long. silky brown hair . . . laughs a lot . , . petite. Srluml A'e'ws -L: Drum Corps 3. 4: G. A. A. 1. 2, -I-, G. A. A. Fol- lies 2. BRUCE L. HARMAN "Fritz" Vocational 'l'all and good looking . . . Jane's one and only . . . one of our basketball dependables. Drum Corps 4: J. V. Foothall 2: .l. V. Basketball 2: Varsity Basketball 3. 4: Hi-Y 2, 3. Seeretarys'l'rea- Slll'L'l' 3. JOYCE K. HENDRICKS "Janie" Secretarial "Keep Smiling" is her motto . . . eute froln head to toe . . . dark hair and pretty eyes . . . hats off to Joyee's art. lflenorzs Stntf 4: G. A. A. l. 2, 3. 1. G. A. A. Follies 2: Tri-Hi-Y t: Girls' lntralnural Basketball L MARLENE R. HEYMAN "Marlene" Scientific One of the prize students of 'til . . . neat dresser . . . likes eol- lege men and bridge parties. Srhool .v!'ll'S 2. 3, 4: l'll'HGl'IS Statl' 3, 4. Co-Editor 4: Girls' intramural Basketball 2, 3. 4: G. A. A. l. 2. 3. 4. G. A. A. Follies 2: 'l'ri-Hi-Y 3. li Class Play. JAMES W. HOFFMAN "fini" Scientific Tall . . . niee clothes . . . good looking . . . eomes from Vllest Milton. Eel-ions Staff 4: Intramural Base- ball 3: Intramural Basketball 3, 4: Assembly Committee 3. 4: Senior Christmas Card Committee 4. DONNA KEISER "Donna" Home Economies l.ife is just a bowl full of eherries . . . what would she do without I l,oisZ Girls' Intramural llaskethall 3: G. A. A. l. 2. 3. 4. G. A. A. Follies 2. ROBERT GLENN KIRBY "Sharlry" Scientific Little hut mighty! . . . when lQirhy's around. everything is up- side down. llleuoi-is Stall' 4. Business Manager: Band 1. 2. 3. 4: Intramural Base- ball 2. 3: J. V. Basketball 2: In- tramural Baskethall 3, 4: Hi-Y 2. 3. t. Seeretary 4: Class Play. LEORA L. HARPSTER "Learn" General Gives everyone a laughing good time, including herself . . . per- fect eo-ordination between mouth and needle in sewing elass. Srlmol News 4: Drum Corps 2, 3, 4: G. A. A. l. 2. 3, 4, G. A. A. Follies 2: 'l'ri-Hi-Y ll Class Play. CAROL DOROTHY HESS "Carol" Home Economics Niee gal . . . seelns to like the people from Exchange. one in particular . . . Mr. Confer's prize ses-ond. lienoizs Staff 4: Girls' Chorus 2, 3, 4: Girls' Intramural Basketball 3, 4: G. A. A. 1, 2. L G. A. A. Fol- lies 2: Senior Christmas Card Com- mittee lz Class l'lay. VIOLA HILBORN "Vit" Home Economics Likes to tease . . . good pal . . . thinks a lot of one eertain foot- hall player. Girls' Chorus 2: G. A. A. l. 2. 3. I. G. A. A. Follies 2. GLADYS M. KEEFER "Keel" Accounting and Merchandising A worth-while friend . . . fun- loving . . . always pleasant. srlrool .Yeirs L: Girls' Intramural llaskethall 2: G. A. A. l. 2. 3. 8. G. A. A. Follies 2. BARBARA .ANN KIESER "I1arby" Secretarial Quiet. but a girl of many thoughts . . . liked by all . . . seenevery- where with Diek. Nr-huol Nei:-s 2. 3. 1: lilenous Stat? 1: Drum Corps 3: Girls' Chorus 2: G. A. A. 1. 2. 3. 4. G. A. A. Follies 2: 'l'ri-Hi-Y l: Swimming Cluh 2: Class Play. JUNE ELIZABETH KLING "June" Home Economics 'l'ime is a preeious thing and spent wisely hy our June Kling. G. A. A. l. 2. 3, 1. G. A. A. Fol- lies 2. :5 f Ju' 5 L. RANDALL D. KRAMM "Randy" General 'l'all, dark, and handsome . . . our future mortician . . . we wonder if he sees Spotts before his eyes. Intramural Baseball 2: Intramural Basketball 2, Il: Hi-Y 1. RUTH ARLENE KREMER "Ruth" Home Economics Fond of a good time . . . likes home economics . . . hard work- er on the Srliool .Wim Staff. Srlaool .'Veu's 1: G. A. A. 1. 2, 3. 4. G. A. A. Follies 2. ROBERTS MARKS "Babu Vocational Our speedster from Penn Street . . . fond of the opposite sex. JOHN T. MATURANI ".l. T." Vocational Between baseball and driving his ear, John hasn't mueh time for girls!!! . . . VVell??? Varsity Football 2: J. V. Football 1: Intramural Baseball 2: .l. Y. Basketball 1, 2: Hi-Y 1: Varsity :lalsieball 3. l: Intramural Basket- ia -1. RICHARD MEASE "Swabie" General Have you ever seen a wolf? . . . well, lie's our boy . . . our little sailor. Football Manager 2: Intramural Basketball 2, 3. I: lli-Y 2: Baseball 3. l. NANCY FERN MENSCH "Nancy" Secretarial Quiet and shy! . . . studious . . . il whiz with a motoreyele. Girls' Intramural Basketball 3: G. A. A. 1. 2. Sl. 1, G. A. A. Follies 2: Class Play. lf 7: w' T. , -.vr' WARD F. KRATZER "W'11r1l" General A loyal member of the band . . . willing worker . . . likable. l"lC'Hlll'1S Staff 1: Hand 2, 3, 4: Dance Band 3. 1, Student Conductor 3. 1: Vlass l'lay. DOLORES LIN N "Dada" General Pretty blonde . . . sweet smile . . . oh, that giggle! Hand 2: Girls' Intramural Basket- ball 1, 2, Montgomery lligli: G. A. A. Il. L MADELI N E T. MATREY "!llnt', Home Economics Full ol' fun . . . has lots of pep . . . second home is the skating rink. Girls' Intramural llasketball 2, 3. 1-: G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, l, G. A. A. Ful- lies 2. HELEN R. MCKEAN "Helen" General Chatter. chatter all the time . . . how could Newberry's survive without ber . . . always joking. G. A, A. 1, 2. 3. 1. ti, A. A. Fill- lies 2. NEVLINE MALONE "Neil-Vw Home Economics Good things come in small pack- ages . . . never a dull moment . . .always ready with an an- swer. Girls' Chorus 1: Girls' Intramural Basketball 2. 1-: G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, -1. G. A. A. Follies 2: Girls' Softball 2: Flass Play. HERBERT R. MERTZ 6'Herb" Accounting and Merchandising Our illustrious football center . . . president of the Teen Can- teen . . . hates the girls!!! Class Otlicer 1, 2. 3. -1. Secretary I. 'l'reasurer 2, 1. Viec President 31 N:-houl .'Vv11's 1: Varsity Football I. 2. 3. 1: J. V. Basketball 2: Base- ball l. 2. 3. 1: Flass Play. ROBERT METZCER "Huh" Ym-arifmal 'I'vrr4n' nt' ilu- Imrlll I-ml . . . gzmul Il:iIim'ol' . . . willy llk'l'S0llllllly . . . I-:url-I'ul qlrivl-r??? S1-lmul .Yrlrs II. I: llunsl 2. II. I: ln- Iminilrall llnsm-lmll 2. II: .l. X. Hus- kctlmll 2: lli-Y 3. I. ROBERT C. lVllLLE'l"l' "Gus" Yocaliulial Nim's'I'x'll1lw . . . IllXYIll'S Sl't'll will: Yvrn . . . 4-mx'lmywiIl1:i cur. i'lwvi'lv:I1lvl' 2. JEAN ANN MORROW ".lc'rm" Suivnliliu 'l':lll . . . Q-xc:-lsixis11m'ls. vspu- vinlly lmskollwull :mrl swimming . . . lms many iiilvrvsls. Nvllfml .N'I'll'-V 2. il. I: l'll'lIIlI'.S Slurl' I: Girls' Clmrus I: Girls' lnh':llnul'::l llnskq-llx:ill 2. JI. I: G. .L .L I. 2. :L I. G. .L .L lfullius 2: 'l'I'i-lliYY II. I: Girls' SoI'tlI:Ill l. 2: SXl'llllllllllL! Club ' lliml ' I I AUDREY JEAN MUNSON "l.i'l .4IlIlfl',l"' Se-Crvlurial l'npul:Ir . . . Yury' :lttr:u'liI'c . . . prolly uycs :xml ll:IiI'. i'l:lss Oflicm-I', St'l'l't'l:ll'1' I: l'll'llllIiS Sl:lIl' I: llziml I. 2, II. I: lmliro llznul :L Ig Girls' l'limn'us I: G, .L .L I. 2. Il. L, Ii. .L .L Fullivs 2: 'I'I'i-Ili-Y 3, I. 'l'l'l'SlSlll'l'l' 3: Girls' Snfllmll 2. JI: SWllllllllll:I Vluli 2: Class l'l:Iy: Girls' llIll'llIllllI'Ill Rus- kvllmll I. PHYLLIS JUNE MUSSER "l'l1yl" llomv Ec'mimiiim's lcv :'rv:un mlippvr :II Rulu-'s . . . wvnrs llt'1ll clullius . . . ull. Juliu- uvl I I l':K'llIII:.S Stntl' 4: Girls' l'lmrus 2: G. .-L .-L I. 2. 3. I, G. .L .L Folf livs 2. KEN NETH ORERLI N "K4'n" Ylwzitiunal Om' ul' our slump lmys . . . foml uf sports . . . not vvry lulkzllivv. ECIIIII-.S Stuff I: lnIr:imlIi':xl Bziskut- h:lll l. 2. I. MAX lVIll.l.ER "llunlr" Yu:-:nliunul Small. lvlnncl Ilmtlmll m:m:u:vr . . . il rin! :lllywllow . . . vuim-s fl'UIll :Ivruss ilu- rin-r. lfoullmll NlJlll2lQlt'l' I. I. SHIRLEY A. lVlll,ROY "Sf1il'l1',i" Sl'I'l'I'llII'llll I'ulv . . . qui:-I?? . . . il In-II:-r l'l'lK'lIIl 4'Illllllll'l ln' fllllllll, llzmrl 2. Ii. I1 lmlu-o llnml II. I: I'irl" l'lI ru' I' I' K X I " 'I I I ls 0s.w.,....-.... I-. .L .L lolllls -. lll-lll'N I. JAMES E. IVIOSER "lim" Yovzllioilzll "l,l'llIllIllt'l'lilly". . . , luv:-stun-:It , . . luls UI' I'IlI1. lflrlmi-,s Stull' I: llaiml 2. JI. I. l"irsl Vlmii' I: lbzuwv lluml I: .l. V. lfool- lmll I: lIllr:unur:Il ll:Isn-lmll I. 2. :I. I: Inlr:llmIr:1l llziskvtlunll I. 2. II. I: lli-Y 2. 24, I. l'r:-sich-nl I: Swimming l'lIlli 2. ROliER'l' D. lVll'RRAY "Huh" NIll'2lllIllliil Quivt . . . :I pl:-:usnnl any . , . ull. llml Ill0l'l'l' Olllsmullilol I! RERN ADEA N OBERLIN "ll1'f1l1i0" llonu- l'lr-uimiiiivs l.ilIlv . . . lnlumlv . . . :Ilwnys lmppy. Ii. .L .L l. 2. Il. I. Il. .L .L l"lll' livs 2: Girls' lIill':lInuI':Il llnskvl- lmll I. GEORGE W. ORREIX. JR. --nfl!" s:-1:-:m:a.- l":Isl on lllc g!'l'llllI'4Pll . , . I':liI' in 4-ulurim: . . . lI':1v:-ls will: "Illum- lw:ul" :xml "'l':mk" . . . ull. for Ilno wirlv IIITUII spm-os! il Varsity I-'unlhnll 2. II. I: .l. V. lfuol- l1:Ill I: lllll'Jlllllll'ill llilsvllllll :I: ln- Ir:iinIu':ll liziskvllmll 2. II, I. .-'mf '7f,'5Q GERALD E. PEPPERMAN i'fc'rry" Secretarial Dreams of .lean with the light brown hair . . . the band will be lost without Jerry and his baton . . .our illustrious class presi- dent. Class Otlieer, President I: lflvnoris Staff t: Band 1. 2. 3, vt. First Chair I: llaton 'I'wirler 1. 2. 3, 4. LARUE R. PFLEEGOR "Petr", Vocational I'ete is short and full of life . . . seems to have a way with the girls. Band l, 2: Intramural Ilaseball 1. 2. Il. t: Intramul'al Basketball 1. 2. ZELDA I. PROWANT "Ziff, Home Economies Seems quiet until you get to know her . . . claims "Newky" as her home. G. A. A. 1, 2, 3. I, G. A. A. Fol- lies 2. M. HELEN REEDY "Helen" Secretarial A tiny bundle ot' dynamite . . . her heart is in Montandon. Eenorzs Staff 1: Girls' Inlraimiral Itasketball 2: G. A. A. 1. 2. 3. I.. Treasurer 1, G. A. A. Follies 2: Girls' Softball 1, 2. ROBERT C. REITMEYER 'ilfolf' Vocational One of the l1and's "wolves" . . . really makes a hit with the girls. lland 1. 2. 3. t. First Chair 3, -tg Intralnural Basketball 3. t: Class l'llt : GLADYS I. RITTER "Blondie" General A ente blonde from West Milton . . . oh. George . . . a future secretary. Flruol-is Statt' L: Girls' Intramural Basketball 2: G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, G. A. A. Follies 2. . ,L DONALD L. PFLEECOR "Shorty" Vocational Dark hair . . . hails from Me- ldwensville . . . likes to hunt. Intramural llasketball L THOMAS V. POWELL 'iTom" Vocational 'l'all. dark. and handsome . . . seems to just go "Skipping" through life. Football Manager l: J. V. Itafket- ball 2: Class l'lay: Intramural Bas- ketball t. ALICE S. REAM "Sophie" Secretarial You're sure to know Alice by her dimples . . . a really peppy sen- ior . . . keeps things alive. lfluuarzs Statf tg G. A. I. 3, I. 1-. A. A. Follies 2: lI'l-Hlfl 3. l: Class l'lay. RALPH R. REEDY "Whitey" Scientific Helen's little HH brother . . . is a masterhand at keeping things moving . . . our basketball star. Ifenorzs Staff L: Band 1: Intra- mural Baseball 1. 2. 3: Varsity lliskelball 3, L: J. V. Ilaskethall 22 Ili-Y 2. 3, L: Varsity Baseball 1. ATTWOOD L. RICHIE "Ro1'lry" Accounting and Merchandising, VIZIIICS from the lower end of town . . . a friend worth having . . . seen l.ut not heard? livllizrzs Staff t. NANCY DORA RUNYAN "Nanry" Home Economics A very pretty senior . . . seems happier than ever when Glenn is around. Ecnorzs Statf I-: Girls' Chorus 2, 3, 4: Girls' Intramural Basketball 2. 3: G. A. A. 1. 2, 3. 4, G. A. A. Fol- lies 2: 'l'ri-I-Ii-Y 3. t. EARL H. RUSSELL "Robin" Yocatiuiial Ono ui' nur "shop mon" . . . oh. thosv cyiiil1:ili'i':isllo.'s . . , haril wnrkvr iii tho l'll'llGl'1S' sports ile- pslrtlnciii. liriioirs Stuff it llainil 2. 3. t: In- Il'illllllZ'Jll llnskvthzill 2. LEE ALLEN SEIBERT "I"III'lIIt'l'N Svivniific 'l'hv clnss rhiwii . . . hu l'l'2lllA' kmps tliings ,iruingr with his :iii- tlcs , . . likes to hunt lflustcr rggs . . . :iii exvclluiit student. I4Zviiui1:s Sturt. K'n-lflalitur L1 liuml 1. 2. tl. I. l-'irst l'hsiir L1 lliiiivc Ilziiicl li: iiitrniiiiiiwil liaisulmll 2. 3. L: In- tr:imiir:il Ilan kcthnll 2. 3. I1 Flznss l'l:ly. BRUCE SH ELLEN BERGER "Slic'll,i N General llt- will ailwziys iw-iiin-iiiln'i' Eagles Nluru ut' 'IN . . . wlivrv tlierm-'ru wuim-ii. tliorifs zilwaiys Ilriius . . . Iikos sporty huts. Nrlmul .Yvirs I: Ilit:':iinur:1l llasv' hull 1: Varsity lhiskvtliaill 1: J. V. Ilnskctliaill 2: Ili-Y Ii. t: Varslty llaisuhzill 2, IC, I. RORERTA FAY SHOWERS "CIS" lluinv Economics Laughs I-mm' easy . . . Auilrvy's pall . . . full ui' vim mul vitality . . . iiico ilrcssur. Flziss Otlivcr. Sl'l'l'l'I2ll'y Il: l'lc'l-lnris htuif l: Girls' I'lmrus 2. 3. t: Girls' liitisilnliriil llsiski-thull 2. 31 G. A. A. I. 2. 3. I. G. A. A. Fnllivs 2: 'I'ri-Ili-Y 3. K, Vivo I'rn-siilent 3: Girls' Siifthzill 1. 2. Ji: Swiniiiiing Fluli LH Class Play. BRADY D. S N Y DER dSlIIIl'li'Nu A1-cuiiiitiiig and Alvrvliaml isi ng Om- ui' thu stair tin-lclurs un our I'ontlmll team . . . futurv prnprio- tor of Siiyilofs Rvstziiiriint. Varsity Fimtliull 2. 3. 1: .l. V. lfimt- lmll lg Iiitrzimurul Busvhaill 2. 3. 1: lntriiniuriil llsiskvtlmll 2. 3. iz Rnsv- lmll Nlaiiinfzvi' 2. 3. i: Iiziskuthzill Nlaiiiaiprui' 3. 1. FRANKLIN E. SNYDER "Frr1lilfiv" Vucatinnal Swirs :incl lim-liiin'k's hig liulpor . . . illXt'lIA'N on the hall . . . seen trnvoliiig: thc rozul to West Mil- ton. Iiitrainursil Ilaisohzill 2. IVIAYNARD F. SCHNYDER " llikzf' Vm-atinnal Blniicl h:iir :xml hruwii 1-yvs :irc rnrv . . . lzuly killur . . . luis oi' fun. .l. V. Fmitlizlll I: Iiitrumursil llnsv- h:ill l. 2, Ii. I: Iiitminurail Basket- llzlll l. 2, Il. I. GLORIA J. SEKSCIENSKI "Gloria" llnmv E1-onuinics Oh. huw we envy thusi- pri-tty. imturzil vurls . , . :iilvii1li'm' hunks . . . "lJlli4't. l'l0:iss"' . . . 'l'mn's mio :incl only. I-Lriml-.s Stuff iz lisiiiil 2. Ji. 1. First Vhnir 1: Girls' Iiitrsimurnl Ilziskut- Ihzlll 2. Il: U. A. A. l. 2. 3. l. G. A. ' ' I A. lfolhos L. JOYCE MARIE SHOWERS "Jn-r" Sm-vra-iarial t'iip:ihle wnrkvr . . . nut vc-ry tailkzitivv . . . fuml oi' im' skiit- ing. G. A. A. l. 2. Ii. i. G. A. A. l"0lA livs 2. RITA M. SHRINER "Kiln" Gvnvral l'1vei'yoiw's fricml . . . ulwaiys lziugrliiiipz . . . an fiiliirv girl in whito. Srlmnl .Yrlrs I1 G. A. A. l. 2. 3. l. I-. A. A. I-ullics 2: Iri-Ili-A l. ELIZABETH R. SNYDER "Hefty" Home Eronuniics 'I'ulk:itivc hut vutv . . . tliiiiplcs . . . vulul' guurrl in thx' llilllll. Illuiinrzs Stsifl' I: liaiml 2. ti. 1. First l'h:iir I: llniicn- llniirl iq Girls' l'linrus 3,23 GAA. A. lv. 2. 3. G: A. A. lfulhus 2: lri-Ili-X J. l: I-irls liitrainiuraxl Bnskvtlmll I. DAVID E. SOLOMON "IIm'0" Svlvllllfltt .luyu-'s ilIll0l' hzilf . . . uh. tllilt 1-iirlv hziir . . . work what il wsiste nf time! E! Flsiss Otiicer. 'l'i'0:isiirei' 3: Sflmvl ,Yvirs iz Varsity I-'outlizill 2. Il. -ti .l. Y. Fmitliaill 1: Intramural Ilziso- Iizill 2: Varsity llciskvtlmll 3: .l. V. llalskothslll 2. :gf JANET K. SPOTTS "Ian" General Full of pep . . . second lturhi . . . enjoys life to the hilt. l4Iunor:s Staff t-1 Band 1: Girls' Chorus 2, 3, -1-: Girls' Intramural Basketball :lg G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4. President 1, Social Chairman 3. G. A. A. Follies 2: Tri-Hi-Y 3, tg Girls' Softball 2: Class Play. ELLEN F. E. STILLES "Ellikins,' Scientific One of the nicest all-around girls in the class of'4!l . . . our veter- an cheerleader . . . neat dresser. Class Officer, Vice President -1: EUHUHS Staff lg Girls' Intramural Basketball 2. 3. -tg G. A. A. 1. 2, 21. t. Secretary 3, President 1. G. A. A. Follies 2g Cheerleader 3. I: Girls' Softball 1. 2. 31 Swimming Club 2. NORMAN B. SWANGER "Norm" Vocational Fair in coloring . . . nice look' ing . . . liked hy many. Intramural Basketball 2. 3, t. CARL TIFFANY Hlndependable Til?" Vocational A small package of dynamite: all he needs is a match . . . has an outstanding voice. which is usu- ally heard. Intramural Baseball 2. 3. tg Intra- mural Basketball 1. 2. 3. tg Hi-Y 2. 3. rl. ALICE A. VALENTINE "Alley" Home Economics A little blonde from the upper end of town . . . does she like her gum!! . . . where's Alice . . . always on her bike. Et-Hoi-is Staff 4: Drum Corps 1. 2. 3, 4: G. A. A. 1, 2. Il. 1. G. A. A. Follies 2. DONALD WALTER "Tankl, Scientiiic One of our contenders for the most handsome boy in the senior class . . . the line forms at the right girls . . . athletically in- clinecl. Varsity Football 1. 2. 3, 4: Varsity Basketball 3, 4: .l. V. Basketball 1. 2: Hi-Y 2: Varsity Baseball l. 2. Ii. 4: Class Play: Intramural Bas- ketball -t. w f- EVELYN A. STEVENSON 6'Stevie', Home Economics Quiet . . . skillful skater . . . is taking home economics for future application. Girls' Chorus 2. 3. 4: Girls' Intra- mural Baskethall 3, tg G. A. A. l. 2, 3. t. G. A. A. Follies 2. D. VERNA STUMP "Stumpy', Home Economics Swell gal to have for a friend . . . talkative . . . sings like a lark. Girls' Chorus 2, 3, t: Girls' Intra- mural Basketball 3. t: G. A. A. l. 2. Il. I-. G. A. A. Follies 2. LOIS D. TEMPLIN "Sl1arty', Home Economics Always with Donna . . . small . . . seems to be everywhere at once . . . chatters all the time. Girls' Intramural Basketball Il, 43 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 1. G. A. A. Fol- lies 2. .IANET R. TOBIAS uToby" Secretarial Pleasing is her face . . . kind is her smile . . . we see her Les and l.es . . . a very capable worker. Ernorzs Staff 1: Girls' Chorus 2, 3, t: G. A. A. l. 2. 3. t, G. A. A. Follies 2: Class Play. ANNA C. VARGO "Anna" Ceneral Quiet as a mouse . . . has long. dark. curly hair. G. A. A. 1. 2, t. G. A. A. Follies 2. HAROLD O. WALTER "Harold" Vocational Our boy from the farm . . . quiet natured . . . friend of many. .IOANNE L. WALTMAN "Io" General Quiet, but never turns down work . . . success is her goal . . . beauty is hers. Girls' Intramural Basketball 2, 3: S. A. A. l, 2. 3. t. G. A. A. Fol- es 2. MARY HELEN WELLER "Mary" Home Economics Tall is her body, but broad is her mind . . . success is within hor reach. G. A. A. 2, 3, 4. G. A. A. Follies 2. LAWRENCE WILVER, J R. "Larry" Vocational Comes from over the hill . .. one who looks ahead and not back. Varsity Football 2: J. V. Football 1: Intramural Baseball 2: Intra- mural Basketball 2. RUTH ANN YOCUM "Ruth" General One of many . . . a giggle for everyone . . . full of fun and surprises. Girls' Intramural Basketball 3. 4: lies 2: Girls' Softball 2. 8: Class 'ay. P21 4 W ivy. 41 ANNA M. WEIGOLD i'Pug" Home Economics Loquacious. but when she speaks, she really says something. Girls' Chorus 2: Girls' Intramural Basketball B: G. A. A. 2. 3. 4, G. A. A. Follies 2. IRMA IRENE WILLIAMS "Irma" General A newcomer to our school . . . full of fun . . . industrious. Girls' Chorus 1. 2. 3: Girls' Volley- ball l. 2: Girls' Intramural Basket- ball 1. 2. 3: Intramural Hockey l. 2: Tri-Hi-Y 3-A-all at Ridley Park: G. A. A. 4. RICHARD H. WOLFE "Dick" Vocational A shop boy with many successes awaiting him in the future . . . our pool shark. Intramural Softball 2. 3: Intra- mural Basketball 4. PATRICIA M. YORDY "Pat" Secretarial Sweet gal . . . lives in West Mil- ton. but her heart is at Blooms- hurz State Teachers College. I"lf'HIll-IE Staff 4: Banrl 2. 3. First Chair 3: Dance Band 3: G. A. A. 1. 2. 3. t. G. A. A. Follies 2: Class Play GEORGE B. ZEYN "George" Vocational A shop boy full of pep and vigor . . . future manager of Bolen and Co. . . . likes to sail the seas. Hi-Y 3. 1. .-5, ,-,Q :-L. I UI4u1'iz15vks4'imiskl Nlarlvm- Hvyman -Barbara Kivsi-r ,If-rry Peppvrman Reilly Ross Snymlvr Alive Ream Bill Orren Donald Wall 1-r Virginia Dults .ivan Murrow V-Hubert Kirlmy Rita Shrinvr 22 Civnn D4-rr llvrlwrl Xivrlz Durullwa Al'Ilt'l' David Sulolmm 17- ,lunvl Spur! Is Larry Boltigc-1' lfront llow, la-ft to lliglnr -Hola Ile-itiiis-yer, Mairlvm- Ili-ynnin. Virginia Dons, Andrey Munson, Doris t'nlle-nlu-rigor. .him-I Spirits. lil:-nn lim-rr. Secoinl limi'--lioxriiilii Rnnlvl. Alicn- Hi-:un, Ruth Yocnni, Juni-t Tolxins. Ilolrcrtn Shown-rs, Anna Imv- Diehl. Thirrl How-Hola Kirlwy. Ima- Sn-ilu-rl, lion Walter, Mrs. Lontz, Ili-rho-rt Me-rtz, Twin Powell, Wuril Iirntzl-r. Senior Class Play U51 x Qome Uver to Our House Hy MARRIJANPZ and Josisvn HAYES Directed by Mrs. Charles Lontz and Roxanna Budd CAST .lay Eldridge ,H... ,.,s,., Y - Herhert Mertz Stephen Reynolds --- -- Tom Powell Butch Reynolds -- ..... Roh Kirby Hugo Willifred W ...,,. Don Walter Sascha Sevinsky - --- Bob Reitmeyer Philip King ........ --- Ward Kratzer Damon Cottschalk ,s.. Lee Seihert Barney Fellows -- ...... Glenn Derr Amanda Eldridge --- - Marlene Heyman Lindy Eldridge -- -- Audrey Munson Marion Eldridge - .... Janet Spotts Hildred Reynolds --- ..... Ruth Yocurn Madge Wilkins -- -- Anna Lee Diehl Evie Canon ..... - Roberta Showers Claire Thompson -- ,.e..... Alice Ream May Houston .A,. -- Doris Callenherger Veronica Nichols ........ ..........,.,,,.,-............. . ..,, V irginia Dotts Carrie Randolph ....................--...ee,-.-..-....,.....,. janet Tobias A bevy of high 31711001 girls: Dorothea Arner, Rarhara Kieser. Rachel Berger. Patricia Yordy, Carol Hess, Shirley DeWald, Nevy Melone, Shirley Brautigam, Leora Harp- ster. Nancy Mensch. Time: Early spring Place .' Living room of the Eldridge home Business Manager-GERALD P1-ZPPERMAN 23 X' ACTI ITIE ji 7 Y 7-' Y Q 7 an N-fi ,,,C? 3,3 ,.CZ. .f-I--19 4.1 il Com Rocuma 5 XVASHINC PAN - GOLD BORER .-75 1.77 xx a A , V X X 1 ,I X f ..l"'7 ,1"""f- unior Class OFFICERS President - - - - - FRED lVlATHIAS Vice-President - PEGGY Lou lX0l.l. Secretary - SHIRLEY ANDREWS Treasurer JAMES CEILING We. the vlass of 550, have completed a successful year under the capable guidance of Mr. james Tule, our rlass adviser. Our vlass has been well represented ill many of the school activities this year. and we are indeed proud of our classmates who have played oII the football and basketball teams. We are eagerly looking forward to our senior year, hoping that it will prove to be as worth-while and enjoyable as this one has been. 26 Sophomore C ass OFFICERS Pl't'Sl.ll6I1l' - - . MAaJoan: WALTERS l'ice-President - XVILLIAM MOORE Sm,-relary - MARY RUTH HASSINGER Treasurer - Lnwis W11,1.iAMs We, the class of ,5l. wish to thank our class adviser, Miss Hawk. for guiding us throughout the school year. Our class has heen quite at-live. many of us having partivipated in our school avtixities. Xve would like to express our appreeiation to those of our vlass who have shown good sportsmanship on the football and haskethall teams. as well as to those who have played in the hand. We are looking forward to the next two years and hope they will he as successful as our first year at Milton Senior High School. 27 The NForty-Ninersn The 'Torty Ninersf' working together for several months under the capable guidance of Miss M. Martha Bickel and Mr. Harry Swanger, have compiled this annual, which in the coming years will serve to 'areuniten us with old classmates. We are grateful to the students and teachers for their splendid co-operation, without which this year book would not have been possible. EDITORIAL STAFF Faculty Adviser - - ------ Miss M. Martha Bickel Co-erlitors-in-Chief ------- Marlene Heyman and Lee Seibert Senior Statistics-Barbara Kieser, Chairman, Nevy Melone, Ward Kratzer, Carol Hess, Audrey Munson, Nancy Condern. Sports ----- Earl Russell, Chairman, Kenneth Oberlin, Attwood Richie Senior Writeups-Ellen Stilles, Chairman, Nancy Runyan, Jerry Pepperman, Helen Reedy, Roberta Showers, Alice Ream, Gloria Sekscienski, Evelyn Deichert, Anna Katherine Fry, Pat Yordy. Art and Photography4Joyce Hendricks, Chairmang Joanne Waltman, Alice Valentine, Danforth Crossley. Classes and Organizations-Anna Lee Diehl, Chairmang Jean Morrow, Molly Cooper, Betty Rose Snyder. Typists - Janet Tobias, Chairmang Roxana Budd, Shirley DeWald Class of '50 - ------- James Ceiling BUSINESS STAFF Faculty Adviser - - ----- A - Mr. Harry Swanger Business Manager ---------- Robert Kirby Senior Christmas Card Cornmittee-Carol Hess, Chairman, Mary Elliot, James Hoffman, Rachel Berger. Sales Cornrnittee ------- Gladys Ritter and Marlene Caris Name Card Commiltee--Dave Campbell. Chairman, Anna Berge, James Moser, Dorothea Arner, Patricia Yordy. Advertising Committee--Janet Spotts, Chairmang Virginia Dotts, Bookkeeper, William Bartoe, Peggy Boyer, Molly Cooper, Erma Croman, Mildred Derr, Shirley DeWald, William Fry, James Hause, Barbara Kieser, Ellen Stilles, Herbert Mertz, Franklin Snyder, Ruth Yocum, Shirley Brautigam, Dorothea Arner. Anna Berge, Larry Bottiger, Betty Rose Snyder. Senior Assessment ffornrniltee4Ralpl1 Reedy. Doris Callenberger, Larry Bottiger, William Orren. 28 ilton Sc ool News ln its twenty-fifth year of publication, the "Milton School Newsv uses as its plat- form the following newspaper code of ethics which was written and adopted by the journalism class in the fall of l946. PLATFORM The "Milton School Newsi' strives to have all traces of prejudice removed from its pages, select the hnest and most accurate news, encourage better sportsmanship, improve student and faculty co-operation. and keep students informed of various activities in and about school. STAFF Miss Phoebe M. Reinhart, Miss Elizabeth E. llawk .........................,. Faculty Advisers Miss Catherine B. Balliet. Miss Sarah E. Frymire. Miss ,loan A. Gearhart. Miss Margaret C. Fairchild .,.................. v.,..,.,.,..,,..... ......,. ,I 1 mior High School Advisers Rachel Berger, '49: Doris Callenherger. '49 .-., ............... E clitors, Page 1. Dorothea Arner. '49g Floyd Fetzer. '19 ,.............. --- ........,,.. .... li ditors, Page 2. David Campbell, '49 ....................................... ................, E ditor, Page 3. Lois Appleman. '49: Larry Bottiger. ,491 Glenn Dcrr, '49: Peggy Gordon. '4-9: Leora Harpster, '49g Gladys Keeler. '49g Ruth Kremer. '49g Herbert Mertz, '493 Bruce Shellenberger, '49g Rita Schriner. '49q David Solomon, '49: Guy Heckman. '50: Virginia McMurtric, '503 Ruth Sampsell, '503 Marlene Stark, '50. Danforth Crossley, '50 .................. .. -- -- - ..... Staff Photographer Rohert Metzger. '-19: Mark Woodland. '50 --- ,-- Circulation Department ADVERTISING STA FF Elinor Fox. '49: Marlene lleyman. '49: Rarhara Kieser. '49: .lean Morrow. '49: Lillian Barner. '50: Eleanor Bender. '501 Nancy Bogle. '50: Roxie Cochran. 'SOL Virginia NlcNlurtrie. '50g Connie Raumgardner. '5lq Marguerite Enterline. '5l: Ralph Henninger. '5l: Goldie Kratzer. '5l: Lucille Lohr. '5l: Marion Sypher. '51. Front Itow. Left to Riulit--Doris l':lllenlwr9:er, Dorothea Arner, Eleanor Iiendt-r. Vonstnnee BIIIIIIIZZINTIIPP, Goldie- Krntzer. Roxzllnu- l'oehrnn, Lilliun ltnrner. Virginia Bleblurlrie. Itutli Snlnpso-ll. Second Itow-Elinor Fox. Marlene Stark, Nuney Bugle. In-orn Ilarpster, lllllll Kremer, Rita Sliriuer, Ihtrlmrn Kieser, Lois Ap1llern:lll, l'oggy Gordon. Third Itowf-Larry Itottiger. Ilnnforth Crossley, Marlene llvyllllli. Itnelu-l Merger, Jenn Morrow, iilaulys Km-fer, Marian Syplufr. Lucille- Lohr. Mark Woodlnnsl. Top llow-fllnvirl Solomon. Ilerllert Mertz. Floyd lfetzer, Guy lll'l'lillI2Ill, llnlph Ilonningzer. Iluvid lltllllllllvll. tlrun IH lolv rt Xl t nr ltru r Nh ll l or 5 - -rr. t e . 1- xg- . e- S e 1-nverg' . First ltow, Left to Right-llohert Iteitme-yer, Iiohert Kirby. Dennis Ashby, Jethro Woodson, Louis Williams, Ulmrles xvlullllllti, Hit-hurd Englar, Juines Moser, Ilurrisou Nm-uhurd, Ileun l'oeth, hvlllllllll Sekseienski, Mr. MorgoniY. M. C. A. Secretary. ' Second Row-Neil Phillips, Theron Winter, David Campbell. Ralph Ile:-dy. Larry Furson, Jny Mander, Churles Stl'lIl9,NBl'll1'9 Harman, Donald Wznrner. Third Row-Randall Kramm. James Geiling. l'aul Mutrey, kim-lmrd Diehl, James Wise, Rohr-rt Stafford, Ilobert Metzger, Louis Arndt, Robert Millet, George Zeyn. Curl Tiffany. Fourth Row-Robert Bla:-k, William King, Fred Mathias, Homer Moore, James Moore, Jolm Mnturuni, Eugene Neuhurd, Itohert Walker. Hi-Y OFFICERS President - - - - - JAMES Mosisa Vice-President HOMER MOORE Secretary - - B013 KIRBY Treasurer CHARLES WILLIAMS The Hi-Y, consisting of approximately forty members, has had another well-planned year of activities with the able assistance of Mr. Ralph Pesto, their club adviser. Our hope is that our club will continue its good work in the future. 30 Tri - Hi -Y OFFICERS Presidenr - VIRGINIA DoTTs Vice-Presifienz VIRGINIA HASTINGS Secretary - - BARBARA BALI. Treasurer - IRENE TRATE This year the Tri-Hi-Y has carried out one of the most successful programs in the past several years. The activities consisted of a hayride, hakesales, swimming parties, tohogganing and the annual camping party at the Glld of the year. One of the outstanding functions of the year was the annual formal Christmas dance, held at the Teen Canteen. We wish to thank Miss Hagenhueh and Mrs. Owens for the part they played in helping us to live up to the purpose of the Tri-Hi-Y M that of developing our members iII Spirit, Mind, and Body. First Iluw, In-ft to Iiiglitf-Miss Ilugi-IIIIII4-II, .IIIIII-t Sports, Shirley Milrov, lmrntln-II Arnvr, Irvin- Tratsj. " ' ' llnstingrs, Virjrillial Ilntts. Ihlrluirzx IIIIII, t'Ivt:l 'I'aIIlwr, Shirley Murlz. Sllirli-3' .XIIIIrI-ws. S1-vmul Ilow- -Alive lU'2Ill!. 5l2lf'll'IIf' Ile-XIIIIIII, IhIrIr:lr:I Kim-ser, Annlue-Ile Fnauliley. Jlllllllll' I'lotts, HOXFIIIIIII Vw-lIr:III, .Is-:III Murrow. Ilzu-II:In-l Iii-rg:-r, llita Nlll'lIll'l'. lluln-rn: Slmwi-rs, lh-tty Snydi-r, Amir:-y Mnnsuii. Ilaivk lion' .loyvv III-II4II'II-lis. .Ioan IIlllIiIIg'toII, NI-llllj' Iillllyilll. Dnlori-s t'Ie-Inn-IIs. Nan:-3' l'olvIIIun, IGI:-aIIIor lh-mln-I', l'I-ggi' Lon N-III. .Inn Hrailnle-y, Mnrjorin- Ilnsfimzs. In-urn Ilnrpsli-r. 31 First How, L4-H to llight fflllurin Ilaulggvr. Shirley II1-lwigg Doris K':Ille-Iilueruf-r, th-II:-x'in-ve Mm-k. Se-wnnl How Marjorie Ilustings, Marjorie Walters, P1111-II Stills-s, Ilnrtmrzi liall. Go Ao Al OFFICERS President - - - ELLEN STILLES Vice-President GENEVII-IVE MACK Secretary - SHIRLEY HELWIC, Treasurer - DORIS CALLENBERCER Social Chairman MAR.l0RIE HASTINGS Business Manager - BARBARA BALL Scribe - - GLORIA BADCER Publicity - MARJORIE WALTERS The Girls' Athletic Association opened its social functions of the year with a scavenger hunt. Their next activity was a Halloween party, held in the Boiardi huilding. Before Christmas vacation the annual informal Christmas dance was held. The last and most important activity of the year was the formal May Dance. 5 This year Mrs. Butler was again our adviser. We indeed appreciate the help and assistance she has given us in all our activities. 32 Left to ltiullt -Julnes IIotT1n:in, .lunu-s Ceiling. lfreslerivli Rlzlthius. Doris t':illu-nlieI'Ll1'I'. Annu Lee lm-lil, l'+-ggy Lon Noll. Assembly Committee The Assembly Connnittee. under the supervision of Mr. joseph lVlacalka. have planned the assemblies and ehapels for the current year. They have tried to please the students and faeulty lvy earefullv selecting the assemblies to he presented. Those memliers who have taken eharge of the Bilile readings have lneen guided by Miss Ruth Hoy. ' .1 s. 1.1 - l"irst How, 1.1-ft to lliullt Hurry I'tiea-gor. Willinni Sm-ks:-it-nski. Lnrry llotliger, lvlllitllll Fry. lntrry House, l'e-ter Fm-ntim, liielniral Wilson. Sm-olul lion' Louis lVilli:ln1s, tiene Snyder. lhlvitl Ile-itlneyer. Km-lim-tli Kyle. llnrry llostinn. 'l'hirsI How Isame Trzite, .lost-ph Ni-'lu-y, IN-:in Pot-th. lmvitl Yin-nnu. ltonulwl Hartz, Projection Group The boys of this group have helped our school in many ways this year. Some of their duties have been to show movies. to set the stage for assemblies, to prepare for parties. and to do various other jobs requiring immediate attention. 353 Elizabeth Moser First ltow, L1-'ft to ltightftlloriu Iinwlgvr. Urnniia- Bnmng::1rtnf-r, Patsy Baile-y, ltolu-rtn Shows-rs. Eve-lyn St:-vm-iismi, Maha-l Follnn-r. Nam-y t'ole-nmn. Elin-l liemwr, I-'Ion-in-P I-'inck. th-in-vie-w Muck. Virginia Hastings, Joann lililtington. Virginia McMnrtrio, Alrm-rn:x Moors-, Marjorie Ilnsfinpgs. Shirley Milroy, Winifrm-rl Gift, Nevy Alnlonc. S1-colnl Ilowf Nnncy I"ln-tclior. Mzlricttxl ll:u1ln:':lrtm-r. l'1lixnlw4-th Most-r, l,ol'nnl links-r. Yr-rnn Nllllllli. Mary Elliott, Ili-tty Edinuor. .Is-:ln Morrow, Furol Ile-ss, .Iain-t 'l'ohi:us4 .Ioainw Fore-sinzln. Nancy Itnnynn, Ilotty ltosr- Snyflor. Mary lh-rln-rich. Elinor l"oX. .Xndrm-y Alnnson. I'i:lnist .Inns-t Spotts. Girls, Chorus The girls, chorus, under the able direction of Mr. Paul C. Confer. has had another very worth-while year. The chorus sang quite often at the chapel services, held every Tuesday morning in the high school auditorium. They also sang for many other occasions. The chorus, which consists of thirty-seven members, was organized in 1940, and we hope it will continue to furnish pleasure and enjoyment to all music lovers. First Soprano Gloria Badger Patsy Bailey Lorma Baker Marietta Baumgartner Connie Baumgartner joan Huflington Betty Edinger Mary Elliott Florence Finck Mary Berberick Joanne Foresman Elinor Fox Winifred Gift Nancy Coleman Ethel Deaner Nancy Fletcher Mabel Fullnier Second Soprano Virginia Hastings Carol Hess Genevieve Mack A ltos Marjorie Hastings Nevy Melone Shirley Milroy Janet Spotts-A ecompanzfsl 34 Joan Showers Roberta Showers Evelyn Stevenson Verna Stump ,lean Morrow Alverna Moore Virginia McMnrtrie janet Tobias Audrey Munson Nancy Runyan Ruth Sampsel Betty Rose Snyder Fluff' ,l. .l. 1. Ulmc K. .l. Busan Effvlll ls'-l"Iu . 1. Milton High School Band Jerry l'epperinanl S Peggy Lou Noll David Reitlneyer Marjorie Walter Charlotte Runnnage Donna Girton Cletsi Tanner Sandra Chapin on Verdilla Sower Eirlerson Dean ,,, I f'Im'inef Eleanor Bender f l'Iurim'f Audrey Munson" S Shirley DeVVald S Gloria Sekseicnski S .lean Morrow S Virginia Cole Danforth Crossley .lean lleish Arlene Bergen Janet Steeley Richard VVilson Lois Neckley Marion Sypher Lois Derr Lucille l.olir Fharles lflsterhrook Goldie Kratzcr Beverly Mm-l'ollin Gwendowlyn Frossley ls'-Flnf f'Iarinvt Loretta Vi'alter Pauline Wagner Vlark VVo0dson .llln Murine! C Betty Rose Snyder f S Nancy Yordy Hmm f'Iurinct Ann Graniley Marguerite Enterline .lilo Sufoplmnc .loan Adams .-Xnnahell Coakley Letty Lou Reeder Eugene Price Dalc Munnney T 7'1'no1' Sfrfoplloiu' Koxanna Budd ik S Phillip Bower HIIVHIIIII' Smroplionc Shirley Milroy S f'm'llcf Louis Arndt A S Robert Kirhy S Eugene Neuhard James Geiling Jethro VVoodson Robert Shiiford Roy Ilauck Marion Treon Lynian Milroy .laines Bender Joel Foltz l"rc1:cli Hnru Robert Reitincyer 9' 5 Eugene Snyder Kenneth Kyle Zona Showers Thoinas Diehl Ruriffme Lee Seihert 'P S Robert Walker Homer Moore Veryl Milroy Trmnlum c Tulnr Harrison Neuhard ' Ward Krutzer S Fred Mathias Thomas Reiniensnyd Stanley Drum June Keefer Mark Woodland f' Clarence Hecknian S Robert Metzger S Lake Hartman String! Buss K. Q S Senior 'l' Baton 'l'wirler W- Section Leader C Color Bearer .lane Azin er E I rfrrussimf James Moser A S Earl Russell Guy lleckman Harold llallpt Richard Iirainlcy William VValter l'l 35 DERR if 'Sz' XHERB HERB MER 'qwgv' ,nv .. , ,,,,,, 'QW 7 , .r V , Y X X 05 FOG' IVIR. FISHER Corzrh First Row. Loft lo Ikig:'l1t'fMnx Millvr. Enlwnrrl 'I'r:-ihlvy. Fyrns Snywlvr. llin-lnnrfl Noukor. John Nvwuunn-r, lfllxgn-iw Nl-'lIIl3'll'4I, Dahl Bl-'iNI1'l', Louis Williams, Ste-wart Coup. -IIIIIIUN Ilerrlhl. Dmmld Iimulvr. Nw-mul Huw Iloln-rt Shriw-r, IM-'vwis Ashby, Ilmiw-v Sn-n-wo, lln-rlrf-rt lh-rm--U, I!r:uI5' SIIXIIK-T. Gln-nn Sl'-ess-. Dmmlrl XVIIIIPP, Larry Iiuttiuvr. Ilivlmrwl I4ll1g:lnr. .lumvs Wisv. Larry Iluusv. Vlmrlvs Williams, KR-ril Wzluglwn, X Ist. qtr. 2nd. qtr. X 3rrI. qtr. 4th. qtr. X Tutal ' I IVI1It0n -- ..A.. X 7 6 X O X I3 X 32 . X Lewlsburg ..H..., X 6 X 0 X 0 X 0 X 6 TD. Bvndf-r. Wise. Neuhard EP. Re-1-sv Milton --- ---X 0 X 0 X 0 0 X 0 Selinsgrove -- ---X U X 0 X 0 X 0 X 0 T.D. Orren Milton ---------- X U X 0 X 7 X I2 X I 9 Northumberland - -X 0 7 X 0 X 6 X 13 TD. Bender, Ne-uhard, Englar EP. RFPSP Mmml ---- .... X 7 X 0 5 0 X 0 X 7 Bloomsburg ------ 0 X 0 X 0 X 7 X 7 TD. Diehl EP- Dfrr Milton ----- - -X 0 X 0 X 0 0 X 0 Lock Haven --- 7 X I3 X 7 X 0 X 38 SLL rd Rnwsllr. FiHll0l"-'ff'0Hl'll, Xvllllillll Orrr-n, Lnwrvnve- Ile-Hhfr, John Iieeiv, Illr'Iulr4l Dis-hi, Thonms liviilwlxsliyclvr, David Flin-k. Glonn Dvrr. Dun-n Bvrkllvinn-r. Rohm-rt Stafford. II:-rlwrt Me-rtz. David Solmnmu. Ilnrrisnn N1-nlnml. Mr. l,mn:s-nlwrgzn-r -As- sisluut Unzwll. MR. LONCENBERC FR Assistant lfoarh X lst. qtr. X Znd. qtr. X 3rd. qlr. X 4th. qtr X Total Milton .... X 7 X 7 X 0 0 X lil, Jersey Shore --- T X 2 0 X 6 X I5 TD. Housed. Waller EP. Reese Millon --- X 0 0 X 0 X 0 X 0 Sunbury --- ---X 0 0 7 X 0 7 Milton -- ---X U 1 0 0 X 0 X 0 Danville ---- ---X 6 X 0 T X 9 22 TD. Neuhard Milton ---------- X 0 T U X 0 X T S. Williamsport --X fm 0 7 X 0 X 13 TD. Nvwvomvr EP. Rvesv Milton ---------- X 0 U 0 X 0 0 Ml. Carmel Twp. --X 0 7 7 0 X I4 39 MR. IZER Crznrh 1948 VARSITY First Ilmv. Left to Iiigllt--R14-llurrl Diehl. Brnvo Sllf'11Pll1IPl'Hl'X', 110111-rt Metzgvr, Il:-rlwrt M1-rlz. file-nn IH-rr. David Snlolmm. llulph liz-mly. llruw- Ilnrnmn, 113110 144-ruler. lst. Qtr. Zncl. Qtr. 3rd Qtr. 4111 Qlr. Total Milmn ,,......... -..x - -1 9 9 2 3 28 tslllllll Williamsport --- -n 10 8 4 12 38 Milton ...... ...,,- - 1 4 2 3 7 16 Whamfvkin --- ......... --- 11 11. 17 1:1 52 Milton ..... ,U N U- 3 5 5 1. 18 Qihamukin -- -..,,,-,.,.-,- 13 10 10 20 53 Milton ................. - -- .... 5 1 12 11 29 J"fVll. Carmel Township ,,- ..,,,,. ,,,, 1 I I3 14 9 T4 Milton ------.--.--- ......... - - 8 10 3 14 35 "South Williamsport .............., U- 7 7 5 6 25 Milton ,........... -- 8 9 7 8 32 Danville ..f.. ....... - - 12 13 6 W 12 43 Nliltwn ..... ........ - -- 10 4 13 8 35 Trvvortnn --- ............ ..... 6 5 10 3 29 Miltun --- ..... --- 6 5 6 10 27 Sunbury --- .......,, ..... - -- 15 12 13 14 54- Milton ........ ......... - - -- 5 T 12 5 29 We-rsey Shore ................ ..... - -- 7 12 18 15 52 Milton ..... ,- ............ 4 6 5 4- 23 Lewisbnrg ,....,.. ,..f.......... 4 3 5 6 18 'i'Nun-League games. 40 5 1 1 BASKETB LL MR. FISH ER i45SiSlIIlIf IJIJHVII Sw-uiul Row' Dennis Aslilry, t"linrls-S Willinms, C4-vil Wuimln-ii, Fc-ril Waxmxlnni. Ili:-lmrsl ln Inr Klenn Nh 4 In Xhnhr Ir x x .1 2 l : 1 .' kos 1, . 1 . I nnlj .'nyll4-r. Mr, Izvr f'nn1-li, lst. Qtr. Zncl. Qtr. Srcl Qlr. Ahh Qtr. Total Milton ............ H 4 4 7 13 28 Nortllnmlwrland --- -- 8 6 6 13 33 Milton ...... -- -- 5 l6 12 17 50 Milflinlmllrg --- 5 10 7 l2 34 Milton .... -- 8 8 8 10 34 Selinsgrou ,,., 13 I2 16 12 53 Milton ....... -- 5 5 9 9 28 Bloomslmnrg -- -- fl I2 5 I0 31 Milton .... ,- 8 10 9 ll 38 Danville' -- .... 11 5 8 9 33 Milton .... -- 6 8 I0 12 2 38 Trbvorlon - -- 9 9 ll 7 l 37 Xlillllll ..... ,,.. l 0 ll. lll I2 43 Sunbury -- . .... I2 13 I9 2-1 68 Nlllton ..... -- T T ll I-1 39 Lewislmrg .... -- 3 5 3 7 23 Nlillun ..,....n.,. , ,-- I0 5 11 lfl 39 NOI'll1lIIIllWI'l3Illl --- -- 4- l2 3 9 23 Milton ....... - .... 6 9 16 18 -l9 Miillinlnirg --- .... lil 6 ll lil 39 Milton .,,. -- 9 ll 5 Ill 35 Svlinsgruw -- T 9 l5 lll All Milton ..... Bloumslmurg ,- 41 I-'irst ltow. Le-ft to lliulit ltivlmrrl Wilson. Willinni Fore-smazn. Il0ll2lItI Blzlrtz, llnvirl ltr-itim-yor. .low-nl: Nie-In-v ltivlnnrcl Wise. lla-rllnrcl Solomon. Louis lVilliHn1s. S1-1-onul ltuw' ltoilnvy Sh-1-so-. ltii-lmril Noalu-r, .lnnn-s Wisv, Vyrns Snymlf-r. Itoln-rl Smith. Wznynn- lloffnmn J-V BasIcetIJaII l94 -49 South IViIIia1nspoI'l - Shamokin ..,A.,... Shamokin ..,,,... IVII. Carnwl Township South IViIIiamsport - Ilanvillv A....,..,.. 'lqrfworton ......... Sunbury ..,,,,,... Jersey Shore ..,,... Lewisliurg ,....... NOI'II1lllllI39l'IZilld -,- IVIiHIinI1urg .l,.,,, Selinsgrove ....... Bloomsburg ....... Danville ,.....,.,.. Trm orton ,,,.,,,.. Sunbury ,.,.,l.... Lewisburg .,...... Northumberland .-.. Miftlinlwurg ....,,. Selinsgrove ....... BI00lllSIlllI'g ...,... XI. I I 7 I 6 5 2-'I 9 25 32 28 34 33 32 23 31 23 38 32 25 30 27 I0 ,I-I lpn. 23 8 30 I 8 I 7 I 0 25 34 46 41 I 28 24 28 ,ll I 9 30 I-I 20 33 32 22 Milton Milton Milton Milton Milton Milton Milton Milton Milton Milton Milton Milton CHEERLEADERS Front lluw I4-ft to lligrlit lillvu Still:-N, Alivt- Ann Wuprlu-r, Baseball 1948 SCORES --- 5 Selinsgrove ,- --- 1 Lewisburg --- -- 5 Trevorton -- --- 2 Sunbury ,,-,- -,A --- 2 Miffiinlnurg ,,,., --- --- 0 Northumlwrland -- -- 9 Danville ....... - --- 9 Selinsgrovv -- --- 2 Lewisburg --- --- 7 Trcvorton -- -- 1 Sunbury ,-- 1 Mifllinlmurg ....... liuvk ll1lXY"lli'1I'lllt'll Imrlmy. Sliirloy Murtz. Shirle-y Doris l ull ul r ei Audra-n 44 lfirsl Huw. Left fu lliirlitf-Vi-rclilla Suwc-r. lie-tty llosi- Snyder, Shirley llilroy. .loan Ailnms. .lllrlrn-3' Xlnnsnn. lhlnfnrtlu l'rossl4-y. So-vmul limi' Waril Kratzr-r. lfrm-411-r'i1-la Nlalllias. llarrisnn N1-uluarrl. 'l'Iiir1l limi' Jann- .lzlirgs-r. Jann-s Must-r, I,1-m- Sn-ilwrl. .lanu-s tis-ilinu. Louis Arnclt, liripgvm- N1-nluarml. Nlr, AII'rn-il l'. l.yl'iIr1I, IliI'1'4'IuI', DHHCC Band We are proud of the dance hancl and the progress it has made sinee December, l9'f1-7, under the versatile halon of Mr. Alfred P. Lyfurd. Wie think it is well on the roacl to stleeess and are looking forward to having the very hest high sf-lwul dam-e hand in this area. sf.-A . l "- BOYS' CHORUS l"irsI llmv. l.1'l'l In lliglll .le-tllrn XVumlsn11. lluy llavlvli, .lanws Moss-r, l.1-1- Sn-ilu-rt. Louis Arnnlt, .Iulin N1-nexium-l', llunalil l'llu. l+'r:lnli llaluingarilne-r. New-ml limi' Jann-s llutTn1an, Guy Ili-vlunan, .lulin Nlalnxani. llulu-rt lh-itnn-yn-r, Mark Wmnllaml. llulu-rt Walker, law- Smith. 'l'liirml lion' liruw- llarlnan. Jann-s Wim-, lliwlnarxl linglar. Larry lhvttiun-r, lhmulwl Walter, Vharles Williams, l1'rwlvl'i1-li Rlalllias, lfnnrtll llnn' Maynarnl Svlinynler. Willialn Mm-rv, Sl:-nal-fl Fully, Ilnllulas lllair. Tllrvmas ll:-iim-nsnynlvr, lm- Ynst. 45 Congratulations to the Class of 1949 Highland Dry Cleaners 24 Hr. Service Phone 1183 MILTON, PA. BEST XVISI-IES CLASS OF 1949 Compliments of LEESER SHOE REPAIR 18 Broadway Compliments of THE COOKIE JAR GEORGE J. YOCUM Bakery of Perfection GENERAL HAULING 6 N. Front St. MILTON, PA. Sand Pit MILTON, PA. Phone 375-J Compliments of GLOCICS 32 Broadway MILTON, PA On Our 25th Year We Congratulate the SENIORS THE ELITE SHOPPE "It's Easy to Pay the Reliable Way" Reliable Furniture Co. MILTON LEWISBURG Compliments of JOHN L. WALDRON DESOTO AND PLYMOUTH Dealer 677 S. Front St. MILTON, PA. Compliments of C. E. BYERLY WEST MILTON Compliments of HOCH'S CAFE Compliments of Mary Virginia Beauty Nook Compliments of HECKMAN'S GARAGE WHITE DEER, PA. COMPLIMENTS TO CLASS OF 1949 BARTRAM HOTEL Compliments of B. J. ZELLERS Established 1881 W. A. REED ESTATE 167 S. Front St. MILTON, PA I Compliments of Y BICKEL'S GARBAGE SERVICE Office: 3 Elm St. Compliments of the Han's Candy Shop Compliments of SNYDER'S RESTAURANT WEST MILTON, PA. U. s. SNYDER, Prop. Compliments of A FRIEND ROBERT L, KRAMIVI F uneral, Home MILTON, PA. CHARLES E. WILLIAMS I Advertising MILTON, PA. Phone 147 MYERS, COOK, 81 EVERITE Electric Water Systems Installed and Repaired WEST MILTON, PA. DALE E. RANCK Funeral Service 45 N th F t st t MILTON PA 48 Compliments of The Orange and Black Compliments of SPOTT'S STORE Compliments of BYERLEY'S MEAT STATE BANK Member of Federal Deposif Insurance MILTON, PA COTP. Compliments of C A W L E Y 7 S Compliments of H me of BROADWAY GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES HARDWARE STORE 22 Broad y Phone-618 Smalls' Greenhouses, Inc. 251 Turbot Ave., South River Rd. FLOWERS - PLANTS Phone- M lt n 606, 304 J Compliments of A FRIEND FOR NOVELTIES OF WOOD See JOHN E. SHUNK UPHOLSTER and Marsh's Shoe Store The home of FURNITURE REPAIRER GOOD SHOES Vine sr. MILTON 427-J Have Your Next Suit Made to 7 Your Measure T A Y L O R S J' F' GAUGER 8 SON Breyer's Ice Cream ESTABLISHED 1851 GROCERIES - LUNCH MEATS 36 South Front St. MILTON, PA. Compliments of W. J. Raymond Rein SHOWERS BROS. CERTIFIED TEXACO SERVICE Texaco Gasoline Oil - Lubrication Washing and Polishing Goodrich Tires 85 Tubes General Repairing 17 Bound Ave. MILTON 35 Open Everyday and Evening Compliments of BOLEN Sz co. Milton's No. 1 Bargain Department Store Where quality is high and prices are low 35 South Front St. MILTON, PA. Compliments of F. W. WOOLWORTH 50 Compliments of Edward J. Coup Sz Son REALTORS , . Zechman S Flour M1118 ALL KINDS OF INSURANCE POTTSGROVE, PA. 49 Broadway MILTON, PA. Compliments of CONGRATULATIONS PAPPAS BROS. Legionaire Theatre MILTON, PENNA. M. H. S. CLASS 1949 People's Dept. Store MILTON, PA. A. BERMAN AND SONS, Prop'x. Compliments of LEWISSON'S STORE Compliments of Alice Percy Beauty Salon Phone 332-J MILTON, PA. S. A. DEANER PLUMBING AND Compliments of HEATING W. T. GRANT STORE Phone 337-R EIDIAIIEIS NIV.LNf1O:I E S C H B A C H ' S Anna qsald spam jewelry Lueaxg aol apmuamog amd S fl H I N V G 9 W 52 BROADWAY MILTON, PA go sluamgldwog C. W. AUNGST Teen Canteen BOB DAVIS MEN,S CLOTHING Compliments of MILTON The Idle Hour Next to Capitol Theatre Compliments of H. D. DENTLER Electrical Appliances IS Years of Service to the Folks in Our Community It COMMUNITY PLAN CO 68 South Front Street Compliments of A. C. HOTTENSTEIN AND Miss Marcella Hottenstein MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. OF NEW YORK 330 Broadway MILTON, PA. Compliments of ENTERLINE The Florist Compliments of West Branch Creamery Manufacturers of REICI-IARD's GOLDEN VELVET MILK PRODUCTS Sold in Seven Counties Compliments of SHIVELY BROS. Two Stores CAMERON AVE. SOUTH FRONT ST. CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1949 WAGNER'S GROCERY ELM STREET MILTON 719 STAMM'S DAIRY BAR ZIMMERMAN BROS. Well Drilling Contractors WEST MILTON, PA. Compliments of I-Iomogenized MILK and S CREAM ICE CREAM, LUNCH, AND FOUNTAIN SERVICE 10 South Front St. MILTON, PA. P CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1949 BATDORF'S WALLPAPER STORE MILTON CLEANING and PRESSING CO. Hat Cleaning and Reblocking GEORG AND KARVIS, Prop. 13 BROADWAY Carmen Beauty Shop 105 Arch St. MILTON. PA. Compliments of Wolf Dreifuss' Store R. D. CROSSLEY JEWELER and WATCHMAKER Downtown Store Est. 1929 l7l S th F t St. MILTON, PA. Compliments of ALBERT C. WALKER MI2TROPOl,lTAN LIFE INSURANCE Co. Compliments of the EAST END GARAGE Compliments of J. D. MAYES, JR. -I 'Compliments of DUNKLEBERGER'S Groceries A II sr. Mu.ToN, PA. Congratulations to the SENIORS A Nice Place to Shop for ACCESSORIES MARGARET TREON Congratulations Class of 1949 Mr. and Mrs. Albert Prosseda 751 Mahoning St. MILTON 210-J Compliments of Singer Sewing Center Grinnell Radio Service Philco, Zenith, Admiral Svrrirc' for All Radiox WEST MILTON, PA. Compliments of REGAL AND BLUM Jewelers Broadway MILTON, PA hone - Lewisburg 5-15535 The Keiser Pharmacy HERALD D. KEISER. Your Rexall Drug Store Corner Front and Mahoning Str t MILTON, PA. BEST WISHES CLASS OF 1949 ART'S GROCERY 312 Marr St. MILTON 311-R AUTHER ROBENOLT, Prop. BEST WISHES CLASS OF 1949 KROMER'S GROCERY Mahoning St. MILTON, PA. CROMAN'S GARAGE Electric and Oxy-Acetylene Welding General Auto Repair POTTSGROVE, PA. BEST WISHES CLASS OF 1949 DOWNER'S GROCERY COLD MEATS-Open Sunday, Holidays Shakespeare Ave. MILTON, PA. Congratulations FLORA ELIZABETH SHOPPE WHITE LINE TAXI CO PHONE 17 WM. H. ASHENFELDER, Prop. Compliments of Gnoffo Shoe Shop 23 Elm Street Compliments of Sunseri's Fruit Store Compliments of RISHEL'S STORE POTTSGROVE, PA. LITTLE FLOWER KIDDIE SHOP MARGARET V. TUCKY Specializing in Infants' Wear Ladies' Lingerie and Hosiery Compliments of J. J. Newberry Sz Co. W. A. DeHART CANDY - WHOLESALE MILTON. PA. Compliments of HASSINGER BROS. Compliments of Fraternal Crder of Eagles 4 Milton Aerie No. 1208 Compliments to the Class of '49 S The ELKS ongratulations to the lass of 1949 In whichever direction your lifetime ac- tivities may point, you have our best wishes for success as you take your places in life. You are the homemakers of tomorrow, a responsibility which you should accept with the realization that the home - your home - is the foundation for happy living. As your plans progress, keep your ideals high, strive for the best that life has to offer . . . never stopping until you have the priceless satisfaction of knowing that you have done your utmost contributing to a better Way of life for all society. C00 Allin? 29-31 BROADWAY 1 MILTON 58 Compliments of KELLY'S TEXACO SERVICE WEST MILTON, PA. Phone Lewisburg 5 2874 COIVIPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND 59 MONEY IN THE BANK ' Gives a Person Confidence ' Provides for Future Needs ' Promotes Peace of Mind Why Not Start Your Savings Account With Us Now? THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK of MILTON Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Compliments of EOIARDI STEEL 60 H. H. FOLLMER Distributor PURE OHJ and FUEL OIL, KEROSENE, MOTOR OILS MILTON, PA. Phone 600 LEWISBURG - MILTON - WATSONTOWN Dial- 5-1234 Phone - sso Phone -13 B E A C H EL ' S RADIO T A X I EQUIPPED SERVICE CARS Phone 880 MODERN SAFE DEPENDABLE 61 Compliments of SEARS, ROEBUCK AND CO. Phone 500 66 Broadway MILTON, PA Compliments of LEWIS E. WIEAND WELL DRILLING AND PLUMBING SUPPLIES MILTON R. D. No. 2, PENNA. Ph ne 2412 Washingto Ile Compliments to the Class of 1949 MILTON GLASS SHOP CONGRATULATIONS, SENIORS RACUSINS 435 Broadway 62 JOHN Y. BUOY COMPANY HARDWARE MILTON, PENNA. Compliments of JACK CARSON SKATING RINK MASONIC TEMPLE Skating-Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday Nights BEST WISHES TO CLASS OF 1949 MINNICH STUDIO Portraits That Live d F ll B ld MILTON PA Compliments of SEER'S BUICK GARAGE BUFFALO VALLEY DAIRY PAUL C. KEISER Dealers in Homogenized and Pasteurized Milk Home Made Ice Cream Phone 256 for Daily Deliveries The Present With a Future WEST BRANCH CEDAR CHESTS Arch Street, MILTON, PA. STAHUS FLOUR AND FEED MILL R. E. STAHL AND SONS Manufacturers of Flour and Feed-Dog Food-Fertilizers Stock and Poultry Supplies 219 Lower Market Street Phone 160 MILTON, PA Compliments of Your DRUGGIST REA 81 DERICK, Inc. Covering Central Pennsylvania 64 C. M. BUDMAN AUTO BODY WRECKED CARS REBUILT REFINISHED BEAR FRAME AND WHEEL ALIGNMENT Mahoning St. MILTON 647 SWOPE'S ESSO SERVICE TIRE, TUBES, BATTERIES and ACCESSORIES WEST MILTON, PA. Compliments of American Car and Foundry Company HASTINGS AND HASTINGS INSURANCE REAL ESTATE 21 ARCH ST. MILTON, PA. 65 Compliments of AZINGER FURNITURE CO. Complete Home Furnishers is S0 FRONT ST MILTON PA Central PemzsyIwz11ia's Finest Theater The CAPITOL MILTON, PA. Compliments of NAREHOOD BROS. MILTON R D N0 2 Ph N 2411 Compliments of REID TOBACCO CO. 66 Compliments of ARTHUR R. ISHIGURO PHOTOGRAPHS of Distinction Compliments of DAIRYlVIAN'S LEAGUE Milton Steel and Supply Co Use Your Y. lVl. C. A. Congratulations to the Class of ,49 KEPLER BROS BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1949 DONALD H. ROSS Photographic S tudio LEWISBURG, PENNA. Congratulations and Best Wishes fo the Class of 1949 CLINGER LUMBER CO. MODERN BUILDING SUPPLIES Rooling - Hardware - Lumber - Cement - Paint - Etc. CLYDES.KREBS NEWS - SPORTING GOODS - CIGARS TOBACCO 84 Broadway MILTON, PA 68 Compliments o f C. D. CLARK Your FORD Dealer Y0u'll Be Ahead With 2445. A. A. BOWMAN AND SON FULMER MOTOR CO. Headquarters for YOUR AUTOMOBILE AND FARM EQUIPMENT SERVICE CHEVROLET CARS AND TRUCKS MCCORMICK - DEERING - FARMALL CORDUROY TIRES AND TUBES Ph ne 12 N. FRONT ST. MILTON, PA Compliments of Teamsters, Chauffeurs, Warehousemen and Helpers UNION No. 764 69 WITH ALL GOOD WISHES 'SEG LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE No. 171 our CHQES Was Designed, Engraved, Printed and Bound in our College Annual Department. 9 We do a variety of Commercial Printing- including Catalogs, College and School Year Books. Consult Us before placing your next order for Printing. SHIT PUBLISHING CUHIPHHU AUTOGRAPHS ,ll 4571 L Fe' te,-,r Que 'yu frm. J i . ff: r ff ,rl -:si - 1.2 11 . 15226 'E' 'A -5549" w I. -K., 3,93 , .J ...J 1-1, .,, V! G21-. Q ' V vm Sw' , .,. ' S gif lg-'ff ': '29 5-file! ?vfl'.'i. 111552 - fri., :gg su, 5, A+ . ' -qi 11391 'fb Affkpls 'L 5-11 fm-. f 131, .1.K,,k-3 , 1, .- - gg- ,,. g-1-H ..-1,7 E51-f-3 :Lg '- ' -W1 f': ,,:'. fTTB.f"1. , gft L :..:- 2 V 1: 'wg .,.iL1LI:m. -' " ' .. iz. .3335 aznyfz .14 - ,. ,, M. Q. .- -- '- -,lg-.fi1',:' '-' D' R ez- givli 4 7' u::7i.g4 - Y ,. , Tri.. Vg " ' .H ff ' ' .i,.,,'.i ' , ur -- " ' aff I ,,+gff. 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