Milton High School - Echoes Yearbook (Milton, PA)

 - Class of 1952

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A" ' ' ' 2 V ' l"'35" ,5j ' V " Zigi Z' 'l:""' Tw- 'g fff' V"'VVJ"1l' .'5""" 'Vg ' Q f5'7f"1 " 7rt -' ' 'mf f VV Y, 1 .V U, ,V , . . ,. V , .X . VV ..V. .VV Vu. V VV X V -wtf. V f,, , V . ,X V ., Vu, , n is '.VV '- f V VVVV' V'V 'Ai 'V ""V"'l" :IVV V V "-"V '. An " WRVVV. , '.' VIN UVVV f'fVfM.'5v,J J VVVV VV., ' VNV Y 'JV 'V VSVJEETWQ IVVV mm ' VVV VVVVV VV nl' V4 V lm-V, 'FV V. '-VVHL-...VV V' VV'VV :.',Y'. .T V .1TVViVVVVV.V""JLi.'. :uVV'Vi.l'1 7 J 'W 1 Y V Yi, VL' VXXQX VVJXVV QV W' Mwu Wigs' Wi' -" T3 'W' HE? ,WL 'P '91 1 .M '-VV11114figfiVMm4V Q Wx wwkmwkwilwwfimf Www an vY2w 'P ,lf3"'LV.V'5 Erhnvn Gilman 0Bf 1952 illiiltnn High Srhnnl ilinrrmnrh . . . ln the Medieval Age Robin Hood and his Merry Men sought to retain freedom in a period of crisis, today we find it necessary to make our stand against the current evils in an era of even greater crisis. just as Robin Hood and his men were seasoned in Sher- wood Forest for the hardships in their light, so we have been seasoned in Milton High School for the hardships which will befall us. As we go forth into different fields of activity, learning to face failures and suc- cesses, we shall be grateful for this preparation we received in Milton High School. The days of happiness shared in M. H. S. with our fellow students and our teachers shall never be forgotten. We offer this, our Annual, as a token of remembrance to the school we love. Y, , All Z Nf P4 XXX ll lmt zs better, Z ff!! alll Vlflzeu all freedoufs tlzrcntellezl Z 'lx Y Tlzmfz t0 tum once more ,' To a great lover of freedouz? Q g .2. Evhimtinn . . . To Lieutenant Senior Crude Henry VV. Longenherger, we, the eluss of nineteen hundred and fifty-two, proudly dedicate this year's edition of the Echoes. His generous nature has made him ai friend to us all. As an agent of freedom he responded willingly to his eountry's call to duty. We shall always rememher his patient atti- tude to us as an instructor. l .3. F5112 EFEIILIITQI , Dn. A. C. VV. Sc:m,EGEL IEA., MA., EDD. Superintendent of Milton Schools llfmm' E. SXVANGER, B.S.,1Xl.S. Chemistry, Physics, Vocational Science DOROTHY E. ROVER IIS., EOM. Home Economics ELMER RUTH Vocational Education, Metal PHOEBE IXI. RmN11,m'1' IEA.. NIA. English, Journalism, Librarian ALBERT P. LYFORD. BS. Instrumental Music IIENRY XV. LONOENBERGER, BA. Entered Service September 30, 1950 B IRS. PRENUSS W. KDMVENS, BS. Home Economics S'1pxNPO1m L. KUNKLE Bb., MA. High School Principal N. NAR'I'I1,x B1C14EL,l3.fX., MA French, English Paul. C, CONFER, B..-X., MA. U S. History, Chorus Mus. ll. IIERMAN SHADE IEA., MA. Latin, English UIAINIES O. V.l1llI,E. DIR., HS. Vocational Education, Wood NRS. Cl. LAWRENCE BROWN HS. Commcrcial lXI,XRVlN H. IJAVIS 13.5. General Science, Algebra, Civics, Pa. History Uhr Ellarulty ROBERT L. IZER, BA., ED.M. Physical Education, Basketball Coach, Assistant Football Coach, Counselor of Boys CTIIARLES T. LONTZ. BA., NA. Biology, Problems of Democracy Mus. VV. TXIIIRRAY BUTLER BS., MS. Counselor of Girls, English PAUL T. LILICNY. BS. Vocational Education, Related juI,1A C. llAc:ENBucu BS., NS, Shorthand, Bookkeeping, Typing CHARLES A. SAVAGE, BS. Commercial Mus. Ii. Cor,1,1Ns Cuvv Secretary to the Principal TXIARLIN L. ITARTMAN Vocational Education, Auto TXTILES N. KOSTENBAUDER Bb., Mb. Director, Vocational Education NRS. QTIIARLES T. LoN'rZ BA., NA. English, Dramatics P. RICHARD FISHER. BA., N., Mathematics, Football Coach, J. V. Basketball Coach -IOHN I.. Knows. BS., NS. World History, Vocational History, U. S. History EVAN C. VVu.l.1AMs Vocational Education, Electricity 'IACOB 1'XzA1N, B.S. Entered Service with National Guards September 12, 1950 NfXNCX' S. ROBERTS B.S. Physical Education Gllzma Sung iTune: "April Showers"J Our high school days are over now: We're graduating to something new. We must be leaving, but this we vow: We'll not forget the lessons, hard and long, Nor all the things to do. And when we recall our days with you. Our vict'ries won, the friends we knew. When we remember Milton High School, We'll be glad and not sad: Oh, look at all the good times we have had! And to the teachers we leave behind, ln this our tribute to you you'll find. For we must tell you, since it is true That much of what we are remembering ls made of thoughts of you. It's not the buildings that make our schools: It's not the books used, nor yet the rules: But it's the things we did and enjoyed, The hours of study, too. And friends we made in school, including you So many years now we've spent with you: You have prepared us for things to do. Our goals before us, we're on our way. Before we leave this school we love, there is Just one thing we must say. We'll not forget you though near or farg You'll be forever our guiding star. And we'll go gaily to the future Though in our hearts we sigh That time has come for us to say good-by. nn ' flf 4 Q' N -A A f' 5 f ,ir V! i a '17 T -4' i ill 'id-4 ' S lf-.1 if as 'ii i A W V - M If ,I Alma ililairr Altho Williamsport has favored The Cherry and the White, And the loyal boys of Danville For the Orange and Purple fight, Still we hold our colors' splendor Nor honor shall they lack: While the athletes stand defenders Of the Orange and the Black. Thru the four long years of High School, Midst the scenes we know so wellg There's a mystic charm to knowledge We vainly seek to spell: 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 before: We recall those days of gladness That come again no more. Still we banish care and sadness, As we turn our mem'ries back, And recall those days of gladness 'Neath the Orange and the Black. e ' LM"f wg' I I' :Q gf x 1 xg . kbgx all V V msg? af 6 e , fu ev use ., , -il 191 'I A V M 'AY N e ig 14 e X g if 2 e . " SX ff Y 5 mx X If 1 I 1 1 . . ' E 41' -Q . - Q 'N .3 Z 'N x 'i' ' vnu' 12 ejv . Q H: lg, izvvnin rn E5 ,, S? ,I vie A fggfw NN 49 ww N' FL None was lmrred from R0l7il7'S company Save by his 0ll'I1 SIIIHIIHCSSQ They were men not of one class, Hut all were fall of spirit .... .7. -.5-X Left to Right-Bob Callenberzer. President: Charlotte Mayes, Treasurer: Joan Sekscienski, Vice Presi- dent: Harold Williams, Secretary. ?fHrv5ihPnt'5 illivaaagv . . . Now that our training is over, we can better appreciate the value of the Public School, not only to ourselves but to America as a whole. Reluctantly, we must part from Milton lligh School and give up the privilege of being a part of the student body. During our twelve years ol' school, we have lived in a war torn world, a world of sor- row, but we have found happiness in Milton lligh School. lust as Robin llood in the Medieval Age represented the ideal of the common people, so do the public schools ol' ,fkinerica today stand as the safeguard of the ideals ol' the common people. Both Robin llood and public education stand for liberty and the rights of the people against oppressive laws. injustices, and tyranny in any Form. During the years of training in Sherwood Forest, Robin llood and his men en- gaged in games ol' archery, in bouts ol' cudgel play, in hunting the deer. For them, this was training in lifes work. Robin llood himself achieved perfection until "his heart was as true as his aim was sure." In Milton lligh School, we, the Class of 1952, have enjoyed three years ol' training for liles serious tasks. have engaged too, in games, in athletic contests, in ideals of citizenship. Vile have learned "to play the game," either to win or to lose,-like Robin llood, to be "fair in war and courteous to the foe." Now, as we part and go out into the world, not knowing what lies ahead-fortune or misfortune.-we think of the happiness and joy our school life has brought to us, during these three years. The way at times might have seemed ditlicultg but now, as wc look back, these difficulties appear to have been only m'n:ir problems. These three years have been so short, it is as if we got only a sample of sthool life. VVhether we l'm-ther our education, take business positions, join any of the branches of the armed forces, or marry and establish homes, we must meet the challenge of the age and stand lirm in our loyalty to American ideals of freedom and democracy. In the years to come this, our l952 yearbook, will always bring memories of the glorious days spent here " 'Neath the Orange and the Black." Qrninrn . . . LEON Aeon "Leon" General "Wise and slow, they tumble that run fast." Football J. V. 2: lfootlizill Varsity 3: ltasltetball J. V. 2-3: llasketba'l lntratnural 3: lfast-ball Intramural 2-3: Hi-Y 3-1: Key Club 3--1, FIQED R. l3.uaEa "Thumper" College "Behold, there is mischief in this man." Key Club 3-4, Oflieer 3-4: Basket- tuatl Intramural 2-3--l: ltasehall ln- lramural 2-it-t 3 Assembly Cintmit- tee 3--1: l'l'lljt'L'iiUll Group Zi: Stu- dent Committee 4. .I,xcQuEi.lN A. l3r.'1'DonF "Jackie" General "You have not fulfilled every duty unless you have fulfilled that of being pleasant." School News 1-Z-3-1. Social Editor 4: Echoes Stall' 4: Girls' Basketball 1: G. A. A. 1-2-3--1: Tri-Hi-Y 4: Li- brary Club 3: Library Stall' 1-11-3-4: Art Club -1. DALE llE,ixvEn "Beveair'i General "l"or he's a jolly proud fellow, whieh nobody eau deny." Basketball Intramural 1-2-3-4: Base- ball Intramural 3-t. limi. C. BECK "Splatter" Vocational "When one is contented, there is no more to be desired." Football J. V. 1-ZZ-3: ltasketba'l In- tramural 1-2-3: liaseball Intramural 2-3: Ullleials Club -l. NORIXIA C. l3ENNE'1"r "Norma" Home Economics "A pretty girl is like a mel- oily." Sehool News Stall' 2-3-4: Girls' Chorus -tg Mixed Chorus -'li G. A. A. 1-2-3. . . . IH E ELAINE Ru'i'11 ADAMS "Elaine" General "Live to love, and you will love to live." School News 2-3-43 Echoes Staff 4: Girls' Chorus 2-3-4: Mixed Chorus 2-3-4 1 Girls' Basketball 2-3-4 : G.A.A. 1-2-3-43 Follies 22 Tri-Hi-Y 3-41 Cookim: Club 4: Mixed Choral Group 3. l3.uus.-um ANN l3.fxn'ro "Barb" General "A merry heart woes all the day." Girls' lla:-ketball 1-2-3-1: G. A. A. 1 7 1-e.:s-:: o. A. A. imiia-S Lp Art Club 4. Enwimn BAvLon "Ed" Vocational "Upon my word. hc was a dandy fellow." l-Ichoes Staff 4: Boys' Chorus 3-4: Mixed Chorus 3-4: Baseball Intra- mural 2-3--12 l'ro,ieetion Group -1. Doms lXlAE BECK "Squirt" Home Economics 'tNVithout pleasure, life would dreary be." u. A. A, 1-2.3-11 G. A. A, imitir-S 2 'IAMES l-. BENDER "Jim" General t'l.ife is short and youth sweet, but swift. so, let's go!" I-It-lines Staff I: liaml 1-2-3-t: Danem- liand 1-2: Key Club 3 4: Basketball Intramural 2-3-4: lizisebztll Intra- mural 2-3-41 Hi-Y 3--1: l't-ojeetion Group 21 Oflleinls Club 21 Cookinf: C'ub 11. NANCX' CiAROLYN l3E'rz "Nan" Business "Please remember I am a wom- an: wh:-n l think, l nxzist speak." Girls' Basketball 2-3-4: G. A. A. 1- 2-3-1. G. A. A. Follies 2: Cooking Club -1. Swnrinra . . . CLARENCE BILLAIAN "Sonny" Business "Silence spefxketh truth and kindness." llaseball Varsity 4. PAUL BOIARDI "Spaghett" College "Direct not him: His own way himself will choose." Echoes Staff 4: Football Varsity 1: ltasketball Intramural 1-3-4: Hase- ball Intramural 3-45 Projection Group 4. PIIILIP H. BOWER "Phil" General "To be taller than he. could be no man's wish, for he is but just right." Echoes Stad' 4: Band 1-2-3-4, First Chair 2-4. Section Leader 4: Dance lfand 1-2-3 4: Basketball Intramural 2-3-4: Hi-Y 3--I: Vice President 41 Cookiniz Club 4. KENNETH E. BUYER "Ken" Vocational "If a man is worth knowing at all, he is worth knowing well." Basketball Intramural 1-2-3--I 1 liaseball Intramural 3-4: Official Club 2-4. VVILLIAM R. BUFFINGTON "Bill" Vocational "My life is mi-st jolly." Ileys' Chorus 2-3-I: Mixed Chorus 2-3--I. lloI3ER'r C. CLXLLENBERGER "Bob" Business "Stately and tall he moves in the hall, the chief of a thousand For k'fl'21C6'.H Class Oflicer President -I: School News -I: Editor -I: Band 2-3-4: Sec- tion Leader 3-4: Dance Hand 2-3--I: Boys' Chorus 3-4: Mixed Chorus 3-4: Key Club 3-4: Hi-Y 3--I3 Secretary 6: Treasurer 4. Clln-XRENCE R. BINGAMAN "Bing" Vocational "Gayly the troubadour touched his Huitarf' Basketball Intramural 2-33 Baseball Intramural 2-3. ROSE IXNN BOTTIGER "ROSi9" General "Her straightforward methods and her ability to make friends are sure signs of fu- ture success." School News 2-3-4: Echoes Staff 43 Girls' Chorus 2-3-4: Mixed Chorus 2-3-4: Mixed Choral Group 3: GiI'ls' Basketball 2: G. A. A. 1-2-3-45 Follies 2: Tri-Hi-Y 3-43 Cooking Club 4. RAY BOVVERSOX, IR. "Sonny" Vocational "I was irratified to be able to answer promptly and I did. l said I dldn't know." Projection Group 4 . RICHARD W. BUDAIAN "Dick" College "Whoso tindeth a wife Iindeth a Irood thing." Class Oflicer Presiflent 2: Football Jr. Hiirh 1: Football J. V. 2: Foot- ball Varsity 3 4: Key Club 3-41 N ice l-'resident 3: President 4: Basketball Jr. High 1: Basketball J. V. 23 Basketball Varsity 3-41 Baseball In- tramural 3. lbIARY Il. CAILENBERGER "Mary" Secretarial "She is all my fancy painted her 3 She is love'y, shi-'s divine." Pfcltoes Siaff It: Hand 2-3-4: Girls' llzasketball 3-I: G.A.A. 1-2-3--It Tri- H -Y 3-4: Typing' Cl.Ib 2: Cooking Club -I. SANDRA CIIAPIN "Sandyl' College "Without music life would be a mistake." School News 1: Echoes Staff 43 lland 1-2-3-4. First Chair 2-3-4: Li- brarian 2-3--I: Baton Twirlcr 1-2-3- I: Head Drum Majorette 3-4: Sec- tion Leader 3-4: Dance liand 3-45 Ilirls' Chorus 43 Mixed ChoI'us 2-3- I: G. A. A. 1-2-3-4, Follies 2: Pro- jection Group 4: Secretary 4: Har- mony and Theory Club 4: Mixed Choral Group 33 Student Conductor 2-3-4. XV1l,1.1,xA1 I I. CillAPl'EI,I. "Bill" VOC3.tiOnal "I have no inoekiuxs or ariru- ments: I witness and wait. Iluntinll Club 4. C1,,uueNeE CLEAIENS "Clem" Vocational "Give the motorist his right of way, tonigrht. tomorrow, and the next day." Baseball Intramural 2. SAM Cooeuu "Sam" General "Life is a jest, and all things show it? l lhouirht so once. but now I know it." I-'oolball J. V. I: Football Varsity 2-8-1: Basketball J. V. 1-2: Basket- ball Varsity 3--l: Baseball Intra- mural 3: Otlieials Club -l. Fl"llEl.AlA IRENE Cnfwsu "Redf' General "Her disposition is belied by her lustrous red hair." Girls' Chorus 2: Mixed Chorus 2: Girls' Basketball 1: G. A. A. 1-2- 3-At: I.ibr:n'y Club 4. llonairr L. Curr "Bob" Business "The brave deserve the lovely. His woman he has won." EIIJERSON A. IDEAN "DfES" College "If a little knou"r.-lge is dan- lrerous, where is a man who has so niueh as to be out of danirer7" School News Stall' 2-4: Echoes Stall' rl. Chairman of Adv, Committee: Band 1-2, First Chair 2: Boys' Chorus 2-3-4: Mixed Chorus 2-3-4: Hi-Y 4: Harmony and Theory 4: Chanel Orzanist. 3--I. IH E O O O PAUL CilANClOI.A "Rig" Vocational "Happy am lg from care I am free! NVby aren't they all contented like mv?" Boys' Chorus 3--1: Mixed Chorus 3- 4: Football J. V. 1-2: Football Var- sity 3-4: Basketball J. V. 1: Basket- ball Intramural 2-3-4: Baseball Var- sity 2-3-4: Officials Club 2. CHARLES C. Coma f'Charlie" Vocational "A true friend is forever a friend." Football J. V. 2-3: Football Varsity 42 Basketball Intramural 1-2-3--lg Baseball Manairer 3-43 Baseball In- tramural 2-3-4: Officials Club 2-4. PAULINE Burn Conv "P0Uy" General "Others have many, for me there is but one." Echoes Staff 4: Girls' Chorus I-ZZ-3: Mixed Chorus 2-3: Girls' Basketball 3-4: G. A. A. 1-2-3-4. Follies 2: Cheerleader 3-4 Z Tri-Hi-Y 3-4 3 Cooking: Club 4. ll.-wixlomn CummN "LiI02JeTl' Vocational i'To look up and not down, to look forward and not back. to look out and not in, and to lend a hand." Football J. V. 1-2: Football Varsity 3-4: llasketlrill Intramural 1-2-3-4: Baseball Varsity 3--4: Baseball ln- tramural 2: Officials Club fl. Lois ANNE l3.fXVlSON "Laddie" College "Fine art is that in which the hand. the head, and the heart pro together." Echoes Staff 4: G. A. A. l-2-3-4: Art Club 4: Girls' Chorus 2. lV11-1.mA1 li. lDlLN'l'lNt2Iill "Bill" Vocational "Ile not misled by his innoen-nt appearance." Basketball Intramural 1-1-Bl--1: Base- ball Intramural 3--l: Utlieials Club 4. Svrninra . . . ClIIARI.ES K. DERR "Derr" Vocational "A little boy, but a noisy one: A liashful boy, but a jolly one." MARY DERR "Mary" Home Economics "A man is always better than a hook." cms' llaskc-thall 4: cz. A. A. 4. lVlARLIN R. DIEHL "Muskles" Secretarial "Oh. well, tomorrow is another day." Projection Group 4. lXlARY Lou lDYE "Mary Lou" Secretarial "Sho is little and wise, and a terror for hor sim-" Echoes Staff 4: Girls' Basketball 3- 4: G. A. A. 1-2-3-4, Secretary 3: Clwvrlozulvr 3-4 3 Tri-Hi-Y 3-4: Knittinx: and Noodle-point Club 4, cllillAI,lDlNE FM' EUINQER "J67'7'1l', Secretarial "A mvrry hz-art is a priceless possvssionf' Plrhuus Stall' 4: Girls' Chorus 2: Girls' l2:iskrlliall 2-3--i: G. A, A. 1- 2-54,43 Art Club -l. ciENE ll. ELXIERY "Gene" Vocational "Silence is the perfect herald of juy-,. liaskvthall Intramural 2-3-4: Base- ball Intramural 2-3-4: Officials CIuIi4. CiERTRUDE A. DERR "G6ffi6" College "Hang sorrow! Caro will kill a vat : thurt-fore. lot's be morry Z" School News Staff 2-3-4: Echoes Stail' 4: Girls' llasketball Z--1: Gl A. A. l-2-3-ll. Follies 2: Chee-rlr-:uler 1- 3-l: Tri-Hi-Y 4: Library Stall' 2-3. .IlxcouEr,1NE ljEShIONl'J "Jackie" Secretarial "To thee only God urantccl a hc-art ever now: to all always opcn, to all always true." School News Stall' 1: Echoes Stalf -l: Girls' Chorus 2-3: Mixed Chorus 2-3: Girls' liaslcctball 4: G. A. A. 1 P .3 I lf lin ' -Z.-'--, 'o 'is L. Tuolxms DOTTS "Tom" College "A man who docs things with- out making: all about him aware of the fact." School News Stan' 3-4: Echoes Stall' 4. Business Manager 4: Band 2-3-43 Boys' Chorus 2-3-4: Mixed Chorus 2-3-4: KL-y Club 3-4, Director 3-4: lillSliL'tlJ1'lll Intramural 2-3-4: Hase- ball Intramural 2-3-4: Hi-Y 2-3-ll, S:-vrekary 33 l'ro,icL'tion Group 2-3- 42 Ofllcials Club 2. iXllNNlE lXl.fm1E IDYER "Minnie" Home Economics "A smile worthwhile for every- om-." Girls' Chorus 2: G. A. A. 2-4, IMTRLCIA ANN ELLIS "Pat" Home Economics "Men have an interest for me." G.A.A. 1-2-3-1, Follies 2. W71LL1,x1x1 ll. Elm "Erbie" Vocational "I never met a man I 4li4ln't like." Hunting Club' 4. llxtu, Xlltirxuli l71NeK. ln. "Blackie" Vocational "Of the-e 121 years I have sur- x'ix't-tl." Ollieials Club -1. YI t3.xNNt3 M. lil..-XNIGAN Irish" College "I1:tppily she likes fun euually as well as work." l,ehots Staff -l: Girls' Chorus 35 Miwetl l'ho:'us 3: G'rls' liaskvtbil 7-3-l: G. A. A. 1-12-3--l. Follies 2: Tri-Hi-Y 3--1: Press Club 4: Glue llub 1. ID.-mini. XV1t.L1.xA1s Fm' "Danny" College "Nothing great was ever achievetl without enthusi- asm." Hand 1-ZZ-3-4, Section Leader 31 Dance lizinil 1-2-3-43 Key Club 4: l'asketb::ll Intramural 2-3-4: Hi-Y 4: Uilleials Club 4. R'ClIAl'tD P. CiRAlXlLEY f'Dick" College "FiIls each minute with sixty seconds ol' work." fehoes Stan' 1. Fo-erlltor -ig 11an.l 1- 7-3--1, First Chan' 3-4. beetion Lefx - tr 3--1: Dance lliinfl 1-2-3--I: Key Club 3-4 Sec'-'tt:i y 3-1: liztskethall Intramural Z!-3-1: Hi-Y 3- 1: Sfieitee Club 1 Snnn.nt' Mug llixutk 'Shi1'l" General "I.t'ekiny: on the bri-'ht side rather than the blue," lfehees Starl' -tg Girls' Basketball 25 G. A. A. 1-2-31. l"ol.ies 2: Cooking I lub -l. Sunni igx' .NNN llERRli'K "5hi7'l?y" Secretarial "She is Il friend to have and hold." G.A.A. .S--1, Folltea 22. 1952 ,f-Xi.li.'x E. l:ISlllilt "Skip" General "All the worltl's a stale. antl all the men anti women mere- ly players," Eehees Stall -1: Girls' Basketball Z!- 3: G. A. A. 1-2-3-1. lfollivs 2: lii- brary Club 3--1: Library Statl' 1-2- 3-4. llixnisixit.-x ll ll'lC'llllll "Bu" College "G4'o:l naturell, kintl, :intl b:'l1.!l1l." G. A. A. 1-2-3-4, Follies 2: Assembly Committee 3--I, Secretary 43 Student. tornmittee 4: lielioes Stall' 1. llteimnn ll,utoi,n Flu' "Dick" Vocational "ln football he rushes, but with girls he just blushesf' Football J. V. 1 : Football Varsity 2-3-4: Basketball J. V. 2: liasket- ball Varsity 3-4 : Baseball Varsity 2-3: Ottlcials Club 2-4. QiLAl'tENi'l.i P. cilllflilit' "Gu1j"' Vocational "Be silent and safe -silence never betrays you." Baseball Intramural 3-tl. llxmuirr l.. I llilflTNl7.!l "Harriet" General "To put all of onc's self' into one's work makes for some- thing: more than Sllt'l'0:1S." School News Staff 2-3-1: Plehoes Staff 4, Business Mnna':er 413 Girls' Chorus 2: Mixed Chorus 2: Girls' liaskw-tball 1-2-3-4: G. A. A. 1-2- 3-4, Follies 2: Tri-Hi-Y 3-tt, Secre- tary 4: Student Committee 4: Knit.- timz and Needlepoint Club rl. lxlERII,YN -IANIL lltllfl-'MAN "Mimi1' Secretarial "You ain't heartl nothin' yet." Echoes Staff 4: Hand 2-3--4, First Chair 3-4: Section Leader 32 G. A. A. 1 2-3-4, Foliics 23 Knitting and Needlepoint Club fl: Girls' Basket- ball 2-4. Svrninra . . . Pueinmn A. Hoss "Jeep" VOC2.tl0I1H.l "l!ooksl 'Tis a dull and endless strife." Echoes Staff 4: Football Manager I-2: Basketball J. V. 2: Basketball Intramural 3-4: Baseball Intra- mural 2-3-4. AUDREY AIAE HUPP "A udrey" Secretarial "Whom folly pleases, and whose follies please: Not that I love study less, but I love fun more." Echoes Staff 4 3 Girls' Chorus 2 : Mixed Chorus 2 : Girls' Basketball 2-3-4: G. A. A. 1-2-3-4, Follies 2: Cheerleader 3-4. IIOAN B. JOHNSON "Joan" Secretarial "A merry heart maketh a cheerful countenance." School News Statl' 3: Band 1-2-3-4: Mixed Chorus 1-2-3: G. A. A. 1-2- 3-4, Follies 2: Tri-Hi-Y 4: Knitting: and Needlepoint Club 4: Girls' Bas- ketball 2-4. .l0IlN B. KE1sER, ln. "Red" Vocational "Worry kills men, -why die?" Football J. V. 1: Football Varsity 2-3-4: Hunting' Club 4. lllCllAl'tD A. IQERSTETTER "Dick" College "Laugh, live, and he merry." Baseball Intramural 3-4: Hunting Club ll. REBECCA A. KITCHEN "Becky" College "A maiden never bold." Sehrol News Staff 4, Assisting Edi- tor 4: Girls' Chorus 4: Mixed Chor- us 4: G. A. A. 1-2-3-4: Tri-Hi-Y 3-4: Knitting and Needlepoint Club 4: Cookinix Club 4: Harmony and Theory Club 4. DAVEY LEON HOUSE "Davey" General "Let thy speech be better than silence, or be silent." Football J. V. 2: Football Varsity 3-41 Basketball Intramural 1-2-3-4: Hi-Y 3-4: Intramural Baseball 2-3-4. Pucimno R. I'IllTClllNSON "Hutch" College "You hear that boy laughing? You think he's all fun, but the angels laupzh, too. at thc xzoosl he has done." Basketball J. V. 2: Basketball Vars- ity 2-3-4: Baseball 2-3-4. lxIARI.IN Ross JOHNSON "Mar" Vocational "What I can't see, I never will believe." Furtball J. V. 1: Basketball 1: In- tramural liasketball 3--1: Otlicials Club- 2-3: Cookimr 4. CllIARl.ES R. KERS'l'ET'I'ER "Bob" VOC2.tlO1'13.l "Can one be flood, and be mis- chievous 7" liaseba ' I lntramu ral 3. ltlAN LuC11.l.E Kussnu "Joan" Secretarial "YVho can tell for what hifrh cause this darlim: of the gods was born 7" Class Secretary 3: Echoes Staff 4: G. A. A. 2-3-4. Treasurer 4. Follies 2: Cheerleader 3-4: Tri-Hi-Y 3-4, Treasurer 3. Chaplain 4: Cooking: Club 4: Student Committee 4. MARVIN KLAPP "Klappy" College "Man 'was not made to hurry." Echoes Staff 4: Basketball 2: Bas- ketball Intramural 3-Ll: Baseball Varsity 2-3-4: Officials Club 4. JAMES KLINE "Red" Vocational "Hy his hair he shall be known." Football J. V. 2: Football Varsity 3-4: Ilasketball Intramural 3-43 Baseball Varsity 3-4. liE'l"l'Y I-X. KLING "Betty" Home Economics "Her lauizhter ripples like a brook." Echoes Staff 41 G. A. A. 1-2-3-4. Follios 2: Coukini-I Club 4. l lowwun LYNN "Chem" Vocational "Thar zIin't no sense in gettin' rilcIl." ciENE lXiA'l'llRANI "Mack" Business t'Hc stuns them with a glance." Football J. V. 11 Football Varsity 2-3-4. Lonn.xINE lXlESSlNGER "Rainy" Home Economics "I would not Iivu without thc lovc of my fricn4ls." l'lclIoos Stall' fl : Girls' Choi-us 4 3 Mixi-ml Chorus 4 1 Girls' Basketball 3-43 G. A. A. 1-2-3-4, Follies 2. IDONAID E. ixilLLER "Happy" Vocational "All who joy would win must sharv it - lizippiin-ss was born a twin." lllclim-s Staff 4: Boys' Chorus 3-4: Mixed Chorus 3-4: llaskctbzill Intra- mural 1-2-3-4g Baseball Manzuzer 2: liascbull Intramural 3-4. . . . 1552 VVII.I.IAIxI R. KLINE "Bill" Vocational "Men of few words arc thc In-st men." AI,soN C. KREMEII "AZ" Vocational "Cowl humor is always a suc- cess." Flchocs Staff 4: lioys' Chorus 3-43 Ilaskz-iball lntramural 3-4: Hasoball lzxtraniural 3-4. VVAYNE C. bl Alllill "Wayne" Business "Ii seems I am forvvvr lllllllll' the wrong thinizf' Echoes Staff 4: Boys' Chorus 2--lg Basketball J. V. 2: lluskvtbnll Var- sity 3-45 Baseball Intramural 3-41 Com-kim! Club 4. CIIARLo'I"rE P. lXiAYES "Shootie" College "To soc hor is to love hr-r." Class Treasurer 3-43 Echoce-1 Stuff 4: Band 1-2-3-4: liaton Twirlvr 3-4: Girls' liaskvthall 2-3-4: G. A. A. 1- 2-3-4, Publicity Chairman 2, Social Chairman 3. Business Manmzvr 4, Follies 23 Tri-Hi-Y 3-4: Typing Club 4. lDAVID hlII.I.EII "Dave" Vocational "A fail' exterior is u silcnt rec- ommcndation." Key Club 3-41 llaskcllmll Intraniu- ral 1-2-3-4: liascball Intramural 2-3-4: Utlicials Club fl. SIIIRLEY ANN hlII.I.I2Iz "Shirley" General "Anil calm, swvct lips that ut- ter no complaint." Girls' Basketball 1-2-3-4: G. A. A. 1-2-3-4. Follies 23 Art Club 4. Svrninrn . . . i,YlXlAN lX'lu.nOv "BUD" General "What :1 lifv. what :L civiliza- l,fon." Ex-lion-s Stull' -l: llainil -2-3-il, "1- I 1 lin-at Chilli' 3--l. Section I.r-zuli-r 3, Secrc- tziry 3: llunco lizinrl 2-3: Key Cluli 4: lizxslu-lhnll IIlil'2lI'lllll'2li 2-3-4: liaise-hall 3-4: Cooking Club 4. li. lilczlmlm lXl0RRlSON 'fDick" Vocational "A good man possesses :1 king:- dom." Fooihall Varsity 2-3-4: linskethall lntrfmiural 2-3--l: Uziscbzill Varsity 3--1: Ollicinls Cluh 4. NANLW ANN lXl ussmz "Nancy" General "Her hair shall he of what color it lIll'2lSt' God." Echoes Stall' 4: Girls' Basketball 2- 3-4: G. A. A. l-2-3-4: Follies 2. iif7l3ER'l' NEWTON "Sir" and "Isaac" k Vocational "l.1ul of lhm- lustrous. dreamy oyc-s." 'lil ioiu AS N LI NN 'rTO77l,' General "Wm-'1-omc my frionil, wclconu- to zu foruixrn iiri-sitio." Evlioos Stull' Al: School Ni-ws Il: liunrl 1-2-3--4, Section Leader 4: DHIICI' liuml 1: lloys' Fhorus 2-3-rl: Mivnl Chorus 3-,lg Kcy Cluls 4: lluskotlmll lutrnmurnl 2-3-4: Class l'l:1y Ii. iXiYll0N li. P,xwI.lNc: "Myron" Business "Gifs mlou't mmnu :1 thing." lioys' Cliorus 2-3: l'ro.lc-cliou Cluh 4. Piusviiilx ,X. hloomz "Percyl' General "As merry us the day is long." School News Sl-4: Echoes Staff 4: Girls' Chorus 1-2-3-I: Mixcml Chorus 243-I: G. A. A. l-2-Il-4, Follivs Z: Vive Vrcsiiloui 3: l'rvsirln'nt 4: Tri- Hi-Y 3--12 Cookinl Uluh -1. RICHARD iXiUNSON "Dick" Vocational "To tnkc things :is they be- lhufs my philosophy." F'ootlu:1ll J. V. 1-2: Fooilmll Varsity 3-4: linsvlmll Varsity 3--1: Science Club ,lg lniramural llzxslcotbnll 4. Lrnm K. NEITZ "Lydia" College "Manner, not gold. is fi wom- z1n's best :ulornmonL." livlioes Stuff 4: lizind 1: Girls' Bas- kvllmll 1-3-il: G. A. A. 1-2-3-4, Fol- lies 2: Tri-Hi-Y 4: Typing Club 4. Dixue L. NEYI mm' "Dixie" General "Sho is hi-uutiful :xml therefore to hu woovml, Sho is :1 woman. thvreforc to Inu wi'n." Sc-hool News fl, Assislnni Social Ewliior -I: l'h'l:oos Stuff 4: Girls' Chorus 1 2-Rel: Mixvil Chorus 2-3--ll G. A. A. 1-2-'S-i. Svrilsu 2. Follivs 22 'l'r'-ili-Y il. IDONNA L. f3RREN "Donna" General "I rhutivr on-r stony ways in liillv shllrhs :inll llzit-z." l'Im'hoo: Stull' -1: Girls' Chorus 2-3-il: Mixuml Chorus ZZ-3-1: Gir s' llaslwl- hzill 2-3-1: G. A. A. 1-2-Il-1: 'l'ri-Hi- Y 3--l: Coz-lain: Clulr -l. liarrv Prrrecon "B6ltyH College "Not by yours lull lay rlfsposi- tion is wisdom 2lL'1lllll'Cli.U hlcliovs Stull' l: linnll 2-344. First Chair 3-1, Sv-uilon Lmzulur 3: G. A. A. 1-Z-3--l. Folliol 3: Tri-Hi-Y 3-L12 Cooliinll Ululz 4. Illys' I'Illll'lls I1 IIIlXv.I I'Il1ll'l1s IJ I'llullllII I V 'I Iullllllll X ll IIX All lxxl I. Ilmvll l 1 JCzlnllc" Business 'AII1-l' nlyvs lla- Ilolllos ol' silvlll l'l"lx'l-r " ms. .x. .x. 1-:.:l.l. l-xllll.-I 3. Girls' Ihlslu-IIl:lII I. SIIIIII l x' Ill xlllvli Shirley" Business Hliyvs of lllIl't' xl'olll:lll. wllolv- sllluv stzlrvs of Inv." I. A. A. 1-2-3--I, Ifnllius 2: VIIYIYIIIM I'IllIl II. IIXYIIB I. IIICIIII' David" Vocational "I IIIULIIIIK' xxilll lm lllzlll's IlllriA lwss, szln- my mul." Ilvlllu-s Sl:lII' I: .-Xrl Clllll I: IIIITII- lnllrzll Iizlslwlllzlll I. IUJN XI IJ Cl. llolllf Doll" Vocational "'I'lll-ll lhlll ul-nl :l I-llllrtillu :l l:llIy so :.l5'." 1: Ihlslwlllalll Illll':lllll1l':ll 2-3-1: Ihlsl-Ilzlll I :lrs ly I- I. -I XCR X. Illlssll l Russ" Vocational "I I-xi-I :ls I :xml lllzll is I-llllll:'.ll." Illlsln-Illllll Illlrlllllllrall I-2-II-Ig , I'l4l-Il:llI IllIl':lllllll':lI L-KVI: Slllllvlll tklllllllillvl- I: Illlirizlls CIIIII 12-I. Ilivll xlllm S x'l'l lisow Dick ' Vocational "I lxzls sllort lxllvll I wzls Iilllv. :llllI I'x'v Iwvll sllorl over slllm-." lllll':llnlll':ll Iizlslu-tlnlll I-Ji: Illlrzl- ll ll ll Ill mlllll I Il .1. .s-: ..,-. 1952 Iln Allmll II. II IX lflll "Ray" Voczltiolml "IIl- sllzlll lu- Iallmvll hy his lIi'0tISI xlllll youll om-s Illvy Ell'l'.U I"4:llII+:lII Vzlrwily II-I: lil-y Clllll Ig Ill-I I: I'l-olmlcllllll 1.1-llllp -I. lXI.XI'IlIiNIi In llllsll "MCl7'l67lG" General "A IIZIIIKIIIVI' uf lllv ll-mls, cli- vilu-ly falir, zlllll most llivilluly 1:lII. , . . . .,. Iwllllus Null I: ll. A, A. I---A-1. I-'ullil-Q 25 Tri-Ili-Y -I: Klliltillll llllls I. Cl lN'loN I,Il'lIII II Ilolllwoll "Bus" Vocational "I'lI Illlnl :l xzly ul' lllllu- il." IL ys' l'Ilul'lls 2-II: IVIlu-ll IlI14ll'lIS " 'I' I"l'Iu'1Il'lII IllIl"lllllll"ll I " 'I I' lkllm-Il:lII IIlIl'JlI1IllI'2ll Si-I: Illllltilllz -I . us . . . -..-'- . vlllll l. clII.XlIIlIl'lIi .X. IIllxlxl,xl.ll "Charlotte" Collopge "With :l ll'l'tl:4:lllI llispll ilioll Ihzll Ilzls null Ill'l' I'l'ivlllIs u:lIllrn'." Iuvlllws Slzlll I. in-llllllllr 1: II:llllI I-Ll-3-VI. Slvtioll I,l-:llll-l' I1 IJ:llll'v I':llllI .IL Ilirls Illlslwlllllll I-1--I-Ig II. A. :X I-11-II-I, Ifullivs 1. Svlllllll Nm-ws 2-II-li 'I'l'l-Ili-Y II-I, Vim- I'I'l"-IlIl'lII 31. I'l'v.-slllvlll I 1 SIIIIIUIII follllllitlvv I: Iillillillg :lllrl Nvvlllv- . A . plllll. llllll -1. Xl,xllc:,xlzl3'l I. SKI llfslm "Lucy" Secretarial! "FIN Il:ls lllosl- willllillp xxllysf' Illrls' Iillslu- Illlll II-11 II, A. A. I-3- 3-I2 l'ulllaill" flllll I. I UIIII7 .Xl lc If SCIII lc,lfl "Lee" College Nllf-llly' Ir :lll 2lIllIl'IIIL' :ll'I. Yrlllml Nl-us I: lil-lull-4 Stull' IL Girls' l'hol'lls II-I: Nlim-'I I'Illll'lls II-Ig Gifs' Ihlslwlllzlll 1-2-II: ll, A. .-X. I-2-II-I: II:ll'rllfllly zlllll 'I'Ill-lll'y Vlllll I: I.iIwr:ll'y Nsslslzllli II: l'n - lllll' l'IllIl I: IIHII4-l' Slllllillu' I'I'lIl J. X-IUUIIS I: Illrls Xullvy II:lII IZ :l I':llllu-II:l I-3: .lXllllll:ll Slum' I-3: Ihllglisll D1-pl. I'I:ly "I':lp:l Is All" 11, Svvninm . . . N.'XNQTX' Smnei. "Nunn General "llauy:h and the world lauizhs with you." Echoes Staff 4: Girls' liasketball 2- 3-4: G. A. A. 1-2-3-4, Follies 2: Tri- Hi-Y -1: 'I'ypin1: Club 4. IXLICIE -IIINE SIIAVVLEY "Alice" General "l'xu just happy-Jro-lucky." Sehool News 4, Assistant, Social l'ldi1or -1: Eehoes Staff 4: Girls' Chorus 1-2--1: Mixed Chorus 2-42 Girls' Basketball 2-4: G. A. A. 1-2- 1 1 lollus 7 l0llN E. SllU'l"l' "Johnny" College "A little nonsense now and lbeu is relished by the best ol' men." Key l'lub 3: Basketball Intramural 2-3-fl: Baseball Intramural 2-3-4. LLOYD SNYDER "Tu17" Vocational "Oh what may man within him hide. thoiurh angrel on the outward side." Football J. V. 2: Football Varsity 3-1: liaslu-iball Intramural 1-2-3-42 liasehall Varsity 2-3--4: Student Uomniiilee -'li Ofiicials Club 4. l,xNi3'l' A. STEELEY "Nanny" Secretarial "Fair flower ihat doth so come- ly L!l'llVV.,' Eehoes Staff -l: Band 1-2-3-4. Sec- tion Leader 4: G. A. A. 1-2-3-4, Follies 2. lillA'l'lllCli ELLEN STUIXIP "Stumpy'i Home Economics "She is a scholar and a good one." Plehoes Siafl' 4: G. A. A. 1-2-3-4, Follies 2. lo.xN Sukscuawsiu "Joann College "But so fair. she takes the breath of men away, who Haze upon her unaware." Class Ofiieer. Secretary 11, Vive President 4: l-Ichoes Stall' 4: Band 2-3--I. Seetion Leader 3: Girls' Bas- ketball 1-2-3-4: G. A. A, 1-2-3-4. Follies 2: Cooking Club 4. Niaiuurr. L. Suowens "Slim" Vocational "Let us be of good cheer." Football J. V. 1: Basketball J. V. 1: Basketball Intramural 1-2-4: Hunting: Club 4. C,uxol.1NE E. SNYDER "Caroline" Home Economics "ln friendship I early was tauliht to believe." Girls' Chorus 2-3-4: Mixed Chorus 2-3-4: Girls' Basketball 2-3--1: G. A. A. 1-2-3-4. Follies 2. -Imuis ll. Svorrs "Jim" College "The rule of my life is to make business a pleasure and pleas- ure my business." Class Officer, Vice President 2, President 3: Echoes Stal? 4: Boys' Chorus 3: Football J. V. 2: Football Varsity 3: Basketball Intramural 21 Hi-Y 3-4: Cooking' Club 4. lXi,xm,xNNE S'l4EXVAR'l' "Sis" General "Words come trippinxx. tumb- linxr, but ever coming." Girls' llasketball 2-3-4: G. A. A. 1- 5-3-fl. lwillies 2: Art Llub 4, clYN'l'lIlA IXNNETTE Srumiv "Wink" Secretarial "The mildest manners and 'the uentlest heart." Echoes Staff 4: Band 2-3-4, Firsl Chair 3-4. Seetion Leader 3-4: Girls' Basketball 3-ll: G. A. A. 1-2-3-i. Follies 2: Typing! Club 4. IVILLIAAL STUMP "Willy'f VOCa1Zi0l13.l "Ask me no questions, and I'll tell you no lies." Echoes Stall' -13 Basketball Intramu- ral 2-3-4: llaseball Intramural 2- 3-4: I'ro.ie0tion Group 4. liusslu C. 'l'1z.lx'1'E "Bessie" College "Patience is the best remedy for all trouble." Echoes Stall' 4: Girls' llasketball 1- 23 G, A. A. 1-ZZ-3-4. Follies 2: Tri- Hi-Y 3. Chaplain 3: Library Club 4. PALILINE M. XVAGNER "Polly" College "There is no wisdom like franknessf' Hrlioes Staff 4: Band 1: Girls' Bas- ketball 1-2-3-4: G. A. A. 1-2-3-4, Follies 2: Tri-I-Ii-Y 3-4: Typing Club 4. I.illNES'l' ll.-xx' XVEARY "Ray" College "A quiet lad and friendly, too." Projection Group 4. IJONALIJ lVl:1.l.1x'En "Don" Vocational "l"ol' what l will. I will. and there-'s the end." Ilasketball Intramural 3: Hunting: Club -l. Lug ,-X. XVu,1.ow "Lee" Secretarial "A disposition blilhe and merry." Class Otiicer. Secretary I, Vice l'resi1lent 2: Echoes Staff 43 Boys' Chorus 4: Mixed Chorus -I. . . .1952 SHIRLEY M. Sw1NLu,xn'1' "Sh.irl" Business "I have a heart. with room for every joy," Girls' Iiasketball 3-43 G. A. A. 2- 3-4. Follies 2. AllCllAEI. Vlczwom "Mike" College "Cheer up, the worst is yet to come." Echoes Stafl' -13 Football Manauer 33 Basketball Intramural 21-3-43 Base- ball Inlramural 2-3-43 Hi-Y 3-43 Officials Club 2-4. XVILLIAAI A. X'VAl.'l'EllS "Bill" Vocational "Washim:lon is dead. Lincoln is dead, and even l feel sick." Basketball J. V. 2: linsketball In- tramural 3-4: Baseball Varsity 2-33 Baseball Intramural 4: Officials Club 2-4. RICHARD A. XNIEAVER "Rich" General "How wise he must be, for he is always kind." School News 43 liaseball Intramural 3-4: Hi-Y 43 Key Club 4. ll,moLD Cl. XVll.1.1AMs "WilZyf' College 'tNone but himself can be his parallel," C'ass Officer, Treasurer 2, Secretary 4: School News 4, Sports Plilitor -I3 Echoes Staff 43 llasketball Intramu- ral 1-ZZ-3-4: liaseball Varsity 2-3-4: Hi-Y 2-3-4, President 4: Assembly Committee 3-4. President 43 Of- ficials Club 4. IOANNE XVII vnu "Jo" Business "Thy fair hair my heart eu- chained." Girls' Chorus 2-3--1: Mixed Chorus 2-3-43 Girls' Basketball 2-3-4: G. A. A. 2-3-4, Follies 2. Svvnrinra . . . RICHARD A. WINTER "Dick" Vocational "I am a man: therefore. there is nothing: which touches man that is not my concern." Football J. V. 1: Football Varsity 2-3-4: Intramural Basketball 2-3-4: Iulrnmurzll Baseball 2-3-42 Hi-Y 2- 3-4: Officials Club 4. louN M. YouNf: "Young John" Vocational "Ah, why should life all labor be?" Basketball Intramural 1-2-3-4 3 Basvb:1'l Marnger 3-4: Baseball In- tramural 2-3-4: Officials Club 2-4 DEAN L. ZIINIINIERIXIAN "Skinner" Vocational "I am sure care's an enemy to life." Basketball Intramural 2-3-45 Of- Hcials Club 2-4. .20. CLARK VVOODSON "Geich" Vocational "Fric-mls. Romans, Countrymen, lenrl me your ears." Boys' Chorus 3-4: Mlxezl Chnrus 3- 4: Football J. V. 2: Basketball In- tramural 3-4: Baseball Intramural 3-4. Tnistixnx L. ZERBE f'Skip,' General "A cheerful stranger that wins all hearts." Girls' Basketball 1: Girls' Chorus 3-4: Mixed Chorus 4: G. A. A. 4. Mir-tnrg nf Ihr Qllttaa nf 19 2 Entering M.H.S. as Sophomores, the Class of 1952 began three years that will be long remembered. 'ln our first class election we elected Richard Budman as president, James Spotts as vice president, loan Sekscienski as secretary, and Harold Williams as treasurer, to lead us through our Sophomore year. The next big event was the selection of our class ring, the "All Star." We then gained the respect of the upper elassmen by presenting our Sophomore Assembly. "Double or Nothingf' which was a big success. Highlights of the extra-curricular ac- tivities in which we participated were sports, bath varsity and intramural, M.H.S. Band and Chorus. And so, the class of '52 started with a bang, but all this would have been impos- sible without our able advisers, Mr. Macalka and Mrs. Ruth Shade. Starting our lunior year with much more security than we had our previous one, the class elected William Showers as president, lames Spotts as vice president, Ioan Kieser as secretary, and Charlotte Mayes as treasurer. Along with the usual school ac- tivities, we worked hard in planning, decorating for, and advertising the "Spring Thing," the junior class party. The party, which was a tremendous success, was kept moving by Harold Williams, who was elected as the first "King of the May." Another highlight of our Junior year was the first annual "Youth Weeki' and "Career Day," in which we participated wholeheartedly. It was during this year that an evaluation committee spent several days observing our school life. One of the out- growths of their recommendations was the beginning of a student council. The Ki- wanis Club, with the cooperation of the faculty, helped us to form a Key Club, mem- bership in which is based on scholarship. In preparation for the big year, the faculty chose Richard Cramley and Charlotte Rummage as co-editors of the Echoes. Our very capable advisers for this year were Mr. Paul Confer and Mrs. Doris Beck. Well, before we knew it, here we were, Seniors in the center section of the audi- torium, the place we've envied since our Sophomore year. In our last and most highly competitive election, we named Robert Callenberger as president, ,loan Sekscienski as vice president, I-Iarold Williams as secretary, and Charlotte Mayes as treasurer. Right from the start we were busy, first in electing a student committee, which was to draw up a constitution, before a regular Student Council was elected for the first time in the history of M.H.S. We then voted on the color of the yearbook, and the voting, as our officer vote, was very close. As Seniors, we followed the customary routine of having our pictures taken for the annual, selling Christmas cards, and selecting name cards and C0mm6nCCmCnt invi- tations. The members of the Echoes staff compiled material for our yearbook. One of our successes was the Senior Class Fashion Show and Card Party, closely followed by the Christmas play, in which our class took a prominent part. Tl'e Snow Dance high- lighted the Christmas vacation, and the honor of being the Snow Queen went to Char- lotte Mayes. Our class play, "The Man Who Came to Dinner," took the spotlight next and it was a big success. Our last big event before graduation was Senior Day, when the Annual was formally dedicated, and the yearbooks were signed. Our biggest year would not have been such a success without the guidance of our capable, patient adviser, Mrs. Charles Lontz. So thus ended the high school life of the Class of "l952." The C.A.A., Hi-Y, Tri- Hi-Y, the newly-formed Key Club, the activity period clubs, the football, basketball and baseball games, the band concerts, and the dances-they are all past, but they are not, and never will be, forgotten. Q A V V ' l Il.xi-11.41 Will izu lixim- Nf'vh'u'l K hm 'luitv M I 114-:'1iv lh-rr i l.y1liu Nviiz 115 Dick GrQ.m'cy l'risc'ill:L Nlmmrc Mimi Huffnmn lillxlie liaiylor lifzxillv Adams 3' gil if E 5 fy M .............. l'ol.y Wzlgrrior Dick W1-:nu-r l'1i1h'l'Mu1 llmixll Jim Spuils .Imam Johns un Alivv Slmwloy Hzu'rim-t Ilvllnor .loan Srksviunski l'l1:1rlos C1-lv Shirlvy Hnuck Lois Anne Davison Alulruy Hum' Lorie Schlvuvl Jn Anne VYilx'0l' Phil lluwvr llurbarn Fletch:-r Charlotte Rummane M1ll'll'Il1' Rs-ish Dave and Dun Millvr Jack Russell and Tum Dutts Joan Kin-ser Svrninr Ullman Iglag "ellie QWJII C2010 game Q21 fbrafzeff' By Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman Directed by Mrs. Charles Lontz and Lorie Schlegel CAST Mrs. Ernest W. Stanley .... ............ Miss Preen . .,.... . Richard Stanley ....,. June Stanley ..... John ......... Sarah . ........ . Mrs. Dexter .. Mrs. McCutcheon Mr. Stanley ..... Maggie Cutler ..... Dr. Bradley . . . Sheridan Whiteside . Harriet Stanley ...., Bert Jefferson ..... Professor Metz ...... The Luncheon Guests Mr. Baker ..... Expressman . . . Lorraine Sheldon , . . Sandy .... Beverly Carlton Westcott , . .... . . Radio Technicians . . Six Young Girls "" Banjo .,....,.,.. Two Deputies ""' A Plainclothes Man . Time: The Present . . . Nancy Seidel . . . . Harriet Heffner . . . . Edward Baylor . . . .Joan Sekscienski . . . 4 . , Bill Stump Barbara Fletcher Charlotte Rummage Joan Kieser . . Bob Callenberger . . . . . Elaine Adams Marlin Diehl . . . Harold Williams . . . . Polly Coup . . . . . Dick Gramley . . Paul Cianciola Richard Hutchinson ...... Ray Ravert ...... Sam Cooper . . . Howard Lynn Ray Croman . Merilyn Hoifman ..... Danny Fry .. Phil Bower Eiderson Dean . . . . Don Rowe . . . Bill Walters . , Dick Morrison Priscilla Moore Rose Ann Bottiger . . . . . . Donna Orren . , . Jo Anne Wilver Lorraine Messinger . , , . . Dixie Neyhart . . . Jim Spotts . . . . , Mike Viqnola . . . . Bill Dentinger . . . . Dick Munson Scene: The home of Mr. and lilrs. Stanley, in ai small town in Ohio. Business lilmiugcr: Charlotte Mayes irhnra Staff XVe, the Editorial and Business Stal? of the 1952 "Echoes," with the capable guid- ance of Miss Martha Bicliel and Mr. llarry Swanger, have compiled this annual to the ltest ol' our abilities. Vile hope that in future years it will rccall to all the students of Milton l ligh School the many liappy events of their school days. EDITORIAL STAFF Faculty Adviser .. ....,,...,.....,. ........ M iss M. Martha Bickel Cc-Editors-in-Chief ....... ....... C harlotte Rummage and Dick Gramley Faculty Committee ....... ....... N ancy Seidel, Lorie Schlegel, Jeanne Flanigan Classes and Organizations ......,...... .,... ................................. Charlotte Mayes, Joan Johnson, Tom Nunn, Joan Kieser, Leon Acor Senior Writeups .. .. . .,.. ..... ...,. E 1 aine Adams, Joan Kieser, Joan John- son, Nancy Seidel, Mary Lou Dye, Paul Boiardi, Mimi Hoffman, Eddie Baylor Senior Activities ,. ....,. ...... ......,... .......,....... L e e Willow, Char- lotte Mayes, Lorie Schlegel, Jeanne Flanigan, Alson Kremer, David Richie Sports Marvin Klapp, Wayne Mader, Paul Boiardi, David Richie, Alson Kremer Arts and Photography ,.,....,...,.,.. .,,.........,. ..,.....,................ Lois Ann Davison, Sandra Chapin, Jackie Batdorf, Bill Stump, Tom Nunn Typists .. . ...... .....,..... . . . ...... . Jackie Desmond, Mary Callenberger, Audrey Hupp, Wayne Mader, Joan Kieser, Lorie Schlegel Class Song .........,.... ..,., S andra Chapin, Lois Ann Davison, Marvin Klapp Class of "53" . . . . ................... Dorothy Reichard and Lin Davis BUSINESS STAFF Faculty Adviser .........,..............,....,.........,.... Mr. Harry Swanger Business Managers ..,..i........ .. , , ..,... Harriet Heffner and Torn Dotts Advertising Committee Eiderson Dean, Dick Budman, Marlene Reish, Polly Coup, Dixie Lee Neyhart, Alda Fisher, Joan Sekscienski, Harold Williams, Betty Kling Sales Committee ...... l ........... . Barbara Fletcher, Lorraine Mes- singer, Nancy Musser, Betty Pfleegor, Cynthia Stump, Bessie Trate, Ray Weary Name Card Committee ..,........................ ....,..... ..... R o se Ann Bottiger, Dick Hoss, Priscilla Moore, Mike Vignola, Polly Wagner, Dick Winter Christmas Card Committee ......, . . ..... Jim Bender, Jackie Batdorf, Ray Croman, Lyman Milroy, Lydia Neitz, Ray Ravert, Janet Steeley, Dick Weaver Secretary ...,. ..... ............, ........,.............,...... J a n et Steeley Qllanzva zmh Gbrgernizatinnz gf E ,,f'vM " 1:5715 A A 1 At 12:35-rj ' j,'A12,' in W Ili 1 , f ! ,is g - 5' f fd h fi H9 fduniur 0112155 OFFICERS Presiileizl - llanm' llII.l. Vice Presitlczzf Nam' Lou iXllL'l'ON Secretary NANCY LINDNEP. Treasurer Dick STRINE VVC, thc Class ol' '55, have com ulctcd a successful year of work and ulav unclcr the l , l . splcnclicl guidance of Mr. Confcr and Mr. Ruth. VVC are justly proud of the active part the lncm-bers of our class have taken in extra curricular activities. ORC. We are eagerly lookin g forward to next year, a most busy and, we hope, prolitable . 28 . Svnphnmnrv 0112155 OFFICERS President - Ciuomzla lfisiiun liicv Prcsitlcnt Nuvm l3E.fXX'liR Svcivlarlv Am.12NE Fousi Trviiszrrcr - f - 'TED PEIFER XVC, tlic Class of '54, luivc complctccl our Iirst succcssliil vczir unclcr the lcaiclcrsliilm of our mlviscrs, lxlrs. Prcntiss Owens and Mr. lxlurlin llartmziii. XVC :irc Proud of our Classmates wlio liuvc pnrticipzitccl in mzinv of our scliool activities. XVC arc looking forwarcl to our next two vcnrs of work and fun at MILTON lllllll SCl IOOL. .29. First Row, Left to Right-Nancy Lindner, Charlotte Rummasze, Harriet Heffner, Nancy Berman, Joan Kieser. Second Row, Left to Right--George Ferlazzo, Joan Stamm, Charles Lose. Lloyd Snyder, Barbara Fletcher, Ted Baker. Third Row, Left to Right-Dick Strine, Dale Peterson, Lin Davis, Jack Russell. Svinhrnt Gnmmiiirv We, the members of the Student Committee, working under the guidance of our advisers, Mrs. W. Murray Butler and Mr. john L. Koons, spent the hrst semester ol this school year formulating, to the best of our ability, the constitution for the Assembly. It is our hope that this constitution shall serve the school ellieiently in the years to come. fhiiuriztl The Echoes Staff of l952 is very proud to be the lirst to recognize a Student Council in an annual. Council members have worked very hard to prepare for future classes a means by which these classes can experience democracy at work. lt is our sincere hope that in the future Student Councils will continue to func- tion to the best advantage of the Assembly. .30. Svtuhrni Qlunnril Ol9'FlCEllS Prcsiilcizt YlAC'K RUSSELL l'icu Prcsiilciit ll,ximY lllI.I. Secretary NANCY l-1NnNLn Treasurer ll,xmuE'r IIEFFNER As members of the Student Council, we have tried to promote cooperation hc- twccn students and faculty. ln this effort, we have had much helpful direction from our advisers, Mrs. W. Murray Butler and Mr. john L. Koons. llclping the faculty to compile information for the Handbook and organizing Carver Day were our two major undertakings. First Row, Left to Rixrht-Dale Mummey, Nancy Lindner, Harriet He-Hner, Jack Russell, Barbara Fletcher. Second Row, Left to Right-Dave Miller, George Ferlazzo, George Fisher, Delbert Fisher, Ray Croman. Third Row, Left to Right+Lin Davis, Dick Munson, John Seidel, Dale Peterson, Michael Vifznola. .31. First Row, Left to Right-Tom Dotts, Dale Mummey, Dick Klimz, Charles Snyder, Charles Mathias, Harold Williams, Edgar Fisher, Ted Peifer, Eddie Wands, Mr. Swanizer, Faculty Adviser. Second Row, Left to Riizhtfliob Callenherirer. Ken Butler, Jim Bender, Davey House, Danny Fry, David Miller, Dick Gramley, Dick Weaver, Jack Zimmerman. Third Row, Left to Right-Phil Bower, Myles Smeltz, Frank Pursell, Joel Foltz, Jim Seidel. Don Byerly, Harry Hill. Fourth Row, Left to Riizhl.--Jim Spotts, Leon Acer, Ray Ravert, Dick Moore, Lin Davis, Tom Hollen- bach, Dale Cochran. Ted Yordy. iii-IH Glluh The honor of being the host at the annual North Eastern and North Westerii Districts' Older Boys' Conference highlighted a very successful year for the Ili-Y Club. Some of the other activities besides the Conferences were a hay ride, a cabin party, the opportunity to hear several fine speakers, and the annual Father and Son Banquet. Our basketball team played surrounding HLY clubs, and also participated in the local YMCA League. The club bought some decorations for the annual Christmas tree, placed several books in the high school library, and gave Easter baskets to The Salvation Army for distribution to underprivileged children in Milton. Ol' the thirty-seven members, twelve were new ones. These boys promised to live up to the club platiorm of "Clean Living, Clean Speech, Clean Scholarship, and Clean Sportsmanship." They are fully aware that the purpose of the club is to "create, main- tain, and extend throughout the club and community high standards of Christian character." The club wishes to thank Mr. Ralph Pesto, the Rev. Francis Myers, Mr. llarry Swanger, and Mr. Ilarold Morgan for their leadership and guidance. TTAROLD VVILLIAIXIS Presirlcnt Puitir Bowsn Roanizr ClALI.ENBERGER Vice Prcsizierzt SecretnryfTrensurer .32. Clllll 'ri-151-13 Glluh I his year the l I'l'l IA C Iuli has haul one ol its most suteesslul t'L'lll'S. ,X rerr sul eaintlle eereinonx' mole lilttee ut the lirst meeting nl the new x'e.tr. ilihe meeting wats lullmretl hi' il reception given ln' the wld lnemhers to the twetitrrlire new lnemliers. .linnng the activities this iezn' were several lkintl sales, ti lun' ritle. at nlotlier anal llttwliter llnnt uet, at S iorts l'1n'tx', at Swemitiv Clillll inivn, anal ai Clllllll ttlt'lX'. w l l . n I m l , .Xt our lllillll event, the Llllllllkll Snow Dance, flittrlotte nlzlres nuts emwnetl queen. l lei' tlirnne eunsistetl nl' ti sleigh, whieli was in keeping with the theme nl- the tlttnee, "NSI 'A 'C l'C eigli liicle in Central Park." ln .lltril the 'lrifl liaY eumliinecl with the lli-Y to lnalte llustet' lmsltets, whieli given to illlte SillX'LlllUll .Xrtni to lie tlistrihutecl to neeclx' ehilclren tlll'ULlgllOLlI the tim lt. Xl'e xruultl lilxe to tlianlt Mrs. l.inrrenee llmxrii, nliss Nancy linlierts, unil Xliss Yirginigt llntts lor their exeellent guiclanee and coolierutioii tlirnugliout this selionl XL'lll'. ClII.'XRl,O'I'l'E litmixiaczn NANCY l.lN1JN1in l,l'L'SltIL'III lliee PliL'SlLl'L'lII ll.xmnu'r llurtfntaii .lo l',xNNun.,xitun Secretary Trensitrer First Row, Left to Riirht -Jane Noll. Ilntty Strine. Nancy Lindner, Patsy Iirixzht, Carol Reinlle. Gert Dt-rr. Mary Lou Dye. Dixie Neyhart, Juan Kiesur, Elaine Ailams, Sandra Rohinsnn. Seionil Row, Left to Right- Ginny Derr, Lois Englar, Juan Null. Jo Panneliaker, Mary Callenberizer. Ili-tty Pfleegor, Durnthy Reivhard, Gwen Crossley, Jeanne Flanizan, Charlotte Mayes, Polly Colm, Harriet Heffner, Marlene Reish, Priscilla Moure. Third Row, Le-ft to Right Mary Lou Milton, Sharree Stetler, Ginny Wert, Marion Tanner. Janet Murdock, Pam King. Lydia Neitz Donna Orren, Charlotte Rnmmznze, Polly Wagner, Rein-era Kitchen. .33. First Row, Left to Rit1:htAChaI'les Savage, Faculty Adviser: Tom Dotts, Jim Bender, Dick Rudman, Dick Gramley, Lin Davis, Dick Moore. Gary Exzli. Jake Moser. Second Row, Left to Right-George Fisher, Dale Mummey, Leon Acor, Eddie Wands, Danny Fry. Don liyerly, Harry Hill. Third Row, Left to Right-Ken Butler, George Ferlazzo, Dave Miller, Dale Cochran, Lyman Milroy, Tom Nunn, Dale Peterson, Nevin Beaver, Ray Ravert. ling Gllnh Climaxing a very successful first year at Milton High, Key Clubbers wish to thank the faculty and the Milton Kiwanis for their cooperation in organizing and supporting the club. At the recent Father-Son Banquet we outlined the results of the past twelve months. The sales of soft drinks, seat cushions, stationery, and address labels, plus the carrying out of three magazine drives, and the distributing of handbills were the sources of our club's income. Our biggest undertaking was the financing of the High School assemblies, sponsoring a safety drive, and showing the film, H1949-50 Football Highlights," to the football team were other projects supported by the club. Our weekly programs included three banquets, several speakers, and a tour of in- spection of the A. 8: P. Company. We cooperated with Pennsylvania District Key Club and Key Club International by sending delegates to the District convention at Reading, and the International con- vention at Miami, Florida. Once annually the club takes complete charge of a Kiwanis meeting, with the Key Club president presiding. On National Kid's Day, Key Clubbers helped the Kiwanis to collect funds for the benefit of underprivileged children. Two new members were voted into the Key Club during the school year. They are Thomas Nunn and Richard Weziifer. For the coming year we have planned a number of projects, among which is a second bicycle safety program. The Key Clubbers especially wish to thank their advisers, Mr. Macalka and Mr. Savage, without whose guidance the year could not have been a success. RICHARD BUDMAN LIN DAVIS RICHARD GRABILEY JAMES BENDER President V ice President Secretary Treasurer .34. CE. 2-X. A. President PRISCILLA lXlOORE Vice President NANCY LINDNER Secretary KAY ANNE BUDMAN Treasurer JOAN KIESER Social Chairman jo PANNEBAKER Business Mmmger CHARLOTTE lXlAYES Scribe FRANCES I-IARMON Publicity lXlARY JANE FENTON The membership drive of the Girls' Athletic Association was very close to IOOCPPW. Even though the weather was against us for the First two parties, our year was suc- cessful with the following activities: a Leap Year Dance, Come As You Are Party, In- door Picnic, and concluded with the most important dance of the year, the May Formal, at which ............. ................... w as crowned May Queen. She was chosen by the student body. Bottom Row, Left to Right-Frances Harmon, Mary Jane Fenton, Nancy Lindner, Charlotte Mayes. Top Row, Left to Right-Jo Pannebaker, Kay Anne Budman, Priscilla Moore, Joan Kieser. .35. , . NOR I + Ly -if Svrhnnl ruin ti!"- Ge' MILTON SCHOOL NEWS O" EYE5fff.iqIQQTWM 'OO OO"O O W'EEcE2JiEEiQEfi'-35T'MWl"MOOSZIQTSAEQIQ M0 Mil liaafff-?21'Q All Classes Represented In , .. Lh!'lStl'llilS Assembly "t'lirl:-mixifx Awalnli lite Wui'lil" will bi- tllv' i.lll-inn ol lllt' zuixeni lily nimiiliiii in hi- iii-on-iilvd on Dc-fviiilwl tl in llw 2klldlLi7l'llll'l'l ilnzlvi llzw- ciirvvlivixl uf Mlm Vliaillvs l' Lnlilz :mai Pzuil Con fer, The piogmin, 01115-lhllflllf of livo zlilllr-.lux nivillilrllg Cllrif' rnlifl :is li is f-ivlvliintiml in ' many, R.: and znluiw-i' or Gilles' Cliurilx piwniiliile- for 'l'liv Cliurgi -fc f ni wli-"lv iixlum lllaix 1,1114- cluss will ilivnir-l walls alumni! wliwli 0 i onv v W ' i f' Xmas Dance W ANAD filliv NAMED HIM Ofssus Yes, il in Olirxsliiigln time again. thx' time fur giving :ind rv- cc-inng prments-. 'l'u many ol the students il mi-ans pre-rwnts, Snow lunar, Midnight Show, ax bil: fhrizatxnzua dinnvr. All will rejoim- gi! the vacation, but how many of in understand the real rilvglsmig of Chrioimiiri? How many of ua gn to vlxurch Christnizn live? Hove n--1' 'wi lit our bedside- on Christm, 'ind gi '- lliaf' 'd. or du we 1 1 , bet Mir Dec Z0 4 Chllhllllxla .5-.-new has come, :ind an min lhu G. A A, i-liinuaxl Clll'l:,Lill.is Dance, whivli lb going K0 I. 'wld Ilecembm' 150 An the niizn Qui gym. 8,30 to ll:30 A -V Aw many of un 's should l spirit it. how more wen all? in and his orchestra 'ie music. and deo- rry oul me theme is Season. This 'L lime, rciresh- wed. J, 66 . X SSC' Music f "ff " makin, "d Lherefoi the Girl Cliristm: Lhc Y A Clirislm sim! at DAY nssembl ' 24th, lol aiggagg TN' U cents for Lheir Milla, .ix annual praviiclng .. li-sallivnl mu' 'l'lw Music Feclival will he l ln Nlnrrh at Shickshinny. Tho now section loader Llim yvar are Jrinvl " Seklscwnski. Pai. Barw. Stahl, Cliurlom' Rum- Jnaili Maly maiizfw Sandra Chapin. Tom Nunn. Bon Toni Dolls. Phil Bower. Cxille-iib0rgei', and Dick Ciramilf-y Cliairlulte Mnyos also in Llif- now liresirlftfit. LOOKING AHEAD Dr-fi Dai llC'lO', 20--G. A, A. Christmas DPC Lil CllK'lXU'IlElS Asnvmbly. 21 Schools: Nose on 2130 fur f'lir'if:imus vnmiion live Dr-ci P5 Snow Dsinmf Juv 2 rivhnnln nnvn. .lun Il sxivizi I ion Celulwril fs C'oiicf'i'L Af-1 Jan fill Report Cards. Bri, Gertrude L., .scilla Moore are zrovlir. all the ticket commilwe. ol, ., on the Crnnlnitiee include Rebecca ii ginia Kilchvn, Jean Flmiiizan. V ' ' Derr, Dorothy Striiie and Gwen- dolyn Crossley. Joan Kiesor is chairman of the commitlec in charge of decoratf ing the ilirone. Charlotte Mayes and Juno Noll are also on the rominlliecl Jucqunlin Bnulorf rind Elaine Admins ill? vo Cl'A2lll'Illl'l'l on llie comnniiev for clc-cilrsilions, also on this Ffllllllllllfitl are Lydia Ni-liz. Polly Coup, Nancy Seidel, Miirleno Finish, Mary Calien- llvruer, Belly Pflf-eizor, Donna Orrr-n, lim-r-wt He-Hnvr. Luis Englnf and Vlriginili WCM. .icial . month ,Arc in the participate in the Sr. Class Chooses Girls to Attend BPW Barham Fletcher and Lois Anne Davison were guests of the Businr-ss and Professional Womb en's Club on December 3. Harb riet Hillfner and Elaine Adams atlr-nded the November meeting. The girls who attend these llleetines are chosen by the sen- ioivs froni the questionnaire filled out in English class. .36. miny years from down to look at. lemorles will be ..ck. Maybe some Nine happy. but still mem- .ies of school days. All llie senior write ups have been handed in. The deadline for the material was Dec. 10. There are siill advertisements to be gotten, and si few more pictures to be token. Repxvsentatives who are in charge of the sales for each home room are as follows: Room 20-A, Lorraine Messinger, Room 20fB, Betty Pfleegorg Room 29. Cynthia Stump: Room 25. Ray Weary: Room 9, Shirley Alkeyg Room 14. Sandra Burns. Room 1, Mary June Fenton: Room 12. Kay Neuhard: Room 17. Connie Fmck: Room 15. Cynthia Foxg Room 8. Lila Fisher. Room ll. Tom Hollenbsichg Room 22. Nanf cy Mussel-1 Room 27. Arlene Faust: Room 21, Jo Pnnnebakerz Room Gwen Crossley. O O 15 Sv. Iitmh Diruuioi'-.X1,isEn'1' P. Lri-onn President-Cimm,o'i'i'E hlrxviis FLUTE i' S l'liarlulte Rummaire S Mary Callenberirer Dorothy Walter Avis llenfer T Nancy Berman OBOE " S Sandra Chapin T Nancy Shultz BASSOON Theresa Necci C Kay Logan B-FLAT CLARINET C ' S Janet Steeley Gwendolyn Crossley S Daniel Fry ' S Joan Sekscienski Ethel Bower S Joan Johnson Barbara Bennaze Nancy Lindner Ted Kling Janet Murdock 'I' Jean Stamm Boneta Derr Donald Byerly Joan Noll T Jane Noll Patricia Barto George Carpenter Joyce Hettinirer Betty Lou Munson Thornton Walker Janet Stratton ALTO CLARINET S Merilyn Hoffman C lietty DeLong BASS CLARINET ' Mary Stahl Juanita Shirk ALTO SAXOPHONE Dale Mummey Dorothy Reichard Sandra Robinson 'Tommy Enterline TENOR SAXOPHONE ' S Philip Bower Marion Tanner Dorothy Strine BARITONE SAXOPHONE Benjamin Schmick CORNET and TRUMPET S Jim Bender Nancy Finck Lena Mae Koch T S Charlotte Mayes Jim Morrzan Kay Budman Dale Peterson ' S Thomas Nunn Richard Hoffman Joel Foltz S Lyman Milroy FRENCH HORN ' S Thomas Dotts S Ruth Pfieeilor Ruth Snyder Richard Younger BARITONE Edwin Wands James Ohl Mary Jane Fenton TROM BONE June Martin "' S Rohert Callenlwrirer Richard Mathias Pemzy Fenstermacher Rohert Phillips Harold liower Charles Stahl STRING BASS C Pamela Kinlr TUBA ' S Cynthia Stump Joseph Frederick Terry Zimmerman Frederick Campbell James Runyan PERCUSSION ' S Richard Gramley William Walter George Ferlazzo John Seidel Earl Gardner James Bolich MANAGER Mary Belle Lontz '-Denotes Section Leader T---Denotes Twirler S-Denotes Senior C-Denotes Color Guard The band has completed another successful year under the P. Lyford. They presented their annual summer concerts, attended all and participated in High School Band Day at Penn State. With the presentation of the Winter and Spring concerts, a son was hrought to a close. direction of Mr A the foothall games, very successful sea Banff Ezmh tial. H59 First Row. l,vt't to Riirht - Avis lie-nfc-r, Thfri-sa N1-cri, Szlnrlrzi t'h:umin, Jim llolii-h, llc-nny Svhmick, Unis- Mnmmvy, Danny Fry, Marion Tunnt r. Janet Murdock, l'hil ltotvt-r, lflthvl liowur, Mary Stahl. Sm-owl lion, Loft to Right liolw Phillips. Charles Stahl, Dirk Mathias, l?olv L':illvi1lwi'g'Qr. Harold ltowvr. 'I'hiriI Row, In-t't to Rigrht Punt King. Jim Ohl, Tom Nunn, Unk- l'n-ter.-on, .lot-l Foltz, Kay Iiiidmzxn. .lim Morifun. Engift' Qlhnru illltirty hots ol' thc Senior lligh School, under thc clircction ol, lXlr. Paul C Coiil-cr, hznc complctcd unothcr your ol' succcsslliil amd cnjoyuhlc choral singing. -6' First Row. Left to Riirht Tom Dotts, Eiderson Dean, Russell Iiins, I':n1l Cizlnciolzl, Don Rowe. L00 Willow. Svvonil Row. Left to Right -Tummy Woodson, Anthony Callos, Edgar Fisher, Don Miller, Al Krvmvr, Ralph Nickey. Rod Mahatfey. Third Row, Le-ft to RiHht7Ch2lTi9S Snyder, Eddie Baylor, Donald Brnmhzich, Bill Bnfiinfzton, Frank Pnrsell. Jim Seidel, Tom Hollenbzich, Joel Foltz. Mirla' Qlhnrna . . . 1 w Iliu ilili'lx'scw11 in-c1nhc1's ol thc Cvirls C liurus, umlcr thc clli'w.'L'lum ul Mr. Priul C . C nnli'1', liaw wiiiplclccl 'lnullicr vcrx' SLICCCSSI ul YCLIII l hc C liurus sang lor clinlvcl i uisulc grmips. Ill lll.lllX I UCSLILIY l11Ul'llll1 Qs, zlml also sang lm' innnx I . XlllllllglllL'1lL'llXlIlL'SllI.IllCC IlOl'llSXX'1lS1l partx QIXCII 'il llic cncl ul ilic xczir hx thc iimlurvllissiiicii lm' thc Sunil Nuriiia Ili-nm-it Samlrai flizipin I HI'l'QllllL' Mcssiiigcr I uric Sulili-gel .Xliuc Slialwlcy llriscillal IXIOUII' llixic ICC Nlllllilfl Aluginm' l'ViIx'L'i' lflnim' .-Xclaims llzisc Ann llottigcr llchcccai Kitchen llmiim Orion fl ll'S. Fmsi Soifmwo lxminc lwiullimnl Dairis AIAIIIIIAIS IiIflI'CllL'C Moser -Ioycc llcurlcr Xlairi SllUXl'L'l'S SITCUND Scwii.xNo Nlarlcnc l lcmlcrsliot Xlicc llilliinns .lucly Cooinhc ALTO faimlinc Snyclcr Lois lfnglm' Peggy Yucum Dulliu Mac llmhccli L'L'UHI17ll!IISl W 'lo lnannchalici' Shirlci' Stairlis lviximvs l liirinun Silvia liL'L'I'L'r ISFCQIQI Illlllxil llaitricia Smith -Ioan llullucli -loan hlillcl' Katherine Lcinhacli Nanci' Miller Linclzi Sliowcrs Clarul Smith Bnttuni Row, Ln-ft to Right - Doris Mathias, Yvunnv Fnulkrncl, Alice Shnwley, l-'lorm-lice Mos:-r, Frvrla Ripka, Sylvia K1-cfvr. Juan Hallock, Joan Miller. Patricia Smith, Dixie Nc-yhart, Marlene Hvnclvr- shui, Luis Enular, Dollie Mao Emheck Nancy Miller, Linda Showers. Top Huw, Left tu Right -Franvvs Harmon. Lorraine Mvssimrcr. Sandra Chapin, Mary Showers. Norma Bennett, Shirley Starks, Joyce Reeder, Lorie Schleirel. Judy Coombe, Donna Orren. Elaine Adams, IR-mry Yocum, Alicr- Williams. Priscilla Mnorc, Ju Anne Wilver, Caroline Snyder. Rebecca Kitchen. Katherine Leinluach, Rose Ann Buttigrer, Carol Smith. Accompanist-Ju Pannebaker. wavmhlg Glnmmitivr The Assembly Committee, uncler the su fervision of hliss hlartha liicliel, has . ' l planned the assemblies and chapel programs lor the current year. Thev have tried to please the stuclents and faculty bv carefully selecting the programs to be presentetl. Those who have talten charge of the Bible reaclinvs have been vuitlecl bv hlrs. llcrinan D 3 tn , Shade. l he committee is heatlecl bv these iersons: uresiclent, llaroltl VVilliamsg secre- , l l tary, llarbara Fletcher, treasurer, Ted Halter. Bottom Row, Left to Right-Barbara Fletcher, Dorothy Reichard, Mary Lon Milton. Nancy Lindner. Top Row, Left to Right-Tom Hollenbach, Lin Davis, Harold Williams, Ted Baker. Hrnivriinniat Mrnup The Projeetionist Group, uncler the guidance and supervision of Mr. Kunlxle, has clone a colnmenable job in bringing movies, slides, etc., to our classrooms. Many have gone to service clubs as projectionists. The group is headed by these persons: president, Tom llollenbachg vice president, Dale Mummeyg secretary, Sandra Chapin. First Row, Left to Right-Myron Pawlimz, Tom Dotts. Dale Mummey, Donald Snyder, George Fisher, Leroy Miller, Elwood Brown. Sandra Chapin, Jack Zimmerman, Joe Freder'clt. Jay Euli. Second Row. Left to Rzht-Wendell Clouser, Marlin Diehl. Myles Smeltz. Earl Showers, Charl.s Lose, Joe Keiser, Dale Peterson, Harry Hill, Eddie Baylor, Ray liowersox. I'hird Row, Left to Right-Paul Boiardi, Dick Moore, Lin Davis, Ray Weary, Ken Hess, Tom Hollen- bach, Ray Ravert. 'his sn- NUM' xp., A my f x .,,,, M ,..,.4-" ' M Emu rin . f-.Ex gllfi , ' 1 f Q wtf t 4 'fr 5- 1 X 5 5552 fy 'A" , fx! . 5 K' X it jj! ' ' .1540 --- t gf ' , is But even their play prepnred tlzem For lmrslter things, real clashes. Actual comlmts .... .43. Led by the fine running of Dick Morrison and Don Rowe, the Black Panthers won an easy vice tory on a rain-soaked field. Lewisburg 0 0 0 0-0 Milton .,.. 0 13 6 6-25 After Selinsgrove made the score 6-7 in the second quarter with their only tally. Morrison romped seventyethree yards to score. In the second half the Panthers were invincible. Selinsgrove 0 6 0 0-6 Milton ..... 7 7 7 7-28 On a foggy gridiron Norry and Milton battled to a scoreless deadlock. Milton made the deep- est penetration to the Pineknota ters' three. N0r'berland 0 0 0 0- 0 Milton 0 0 0 0- 0 Milton and Bloom battled on almost even terms for the first half. The Black Panthers, led by Moser's and Morrison's run- ning. assisted by the blocking of their teammates, doubled the score. Bloomsburg 0 0 6 7-13 Milton ..,., 0 7 13 6-26 Milton scored on two forty- yard pass plays. one to Cooper and the other to Morrison. There were twelve fumbles registered in the game. Lock Haven 0 0 0 7-7 Milton ..... 0 6 0 6-12 Hnraiig Elin First Row, Loft in Ritrhl Teal l's-iff-r. M2lll2lUl'FI Orvillv Nvitz. llick Rvani, l'liurle-s Russell Lins, Lloyd Snyrler, Dick Powell, Phlzar Fisher, .luke Moser, Dirk l Jack Zimmerman, Manager. St-cond Row, Left to Right Hurry Hill, Don Rowe. John Kcisvr. lloh I.azzn'us, D Young, Donalfl Sheets, Dick lluilman, Veryl Milruy, Goin' Mzifurani, Ray Cr: Dick Winter. Jim Kline. Lin Davis. Manager. Muninr Hari!-i llotloni Row, Loft to Right Tod l'eifvr, Munzigicri ,loc lfrvilvrick. Leroy Miller. Bob llvrr, Rzimly Nurs-homl, Ili:-k lflinsig. Jerry Roush, Charles lfoslvr, Eelmlis- Wzinmls, Emlwil' Fisher, Jack Zimmerman. Mumipter. 111 'Pam I Row, lit-fi to liiizlit Clmrlvs Savzurv l":iculty lVlan:urvr: l'. Richard Fislivr, Coach: Dick Munson. Dick Morrison. Darcy House, Dick Middleton, Dale Cochran, Ray Rain-rt. Dick Fry, Dick Strinv, Sam Cooper. Paul Ciancfulzi. Tom Vulunas, Assistant fmis-li: Ruin-rl lm-r, Assistant Coach. nntlmll 'PEII11 ltmv. livll tu Right l'li:irlvs Szivziirc. l":1K'l1liy Aflvisvri Nui Marscli. lfixlx lizizzirus. Dennis Yuunir, Toni llulluliliaicli. Dick Mimlsllx-lun, Dunzilil Shouts, Merrill Millcr, Dick l'owi-ll. Dick llzirtu, 'l'mn villllllilfl. Cozwhi Roln-ri lzcr. Cmicli. After battling on almost even terms in the first half, Milton fell to the Owls' mighty onthrust. Dick Budman scored Milton's lone touchdown. Sunbury .. 0 6 14 19-39 Milton ,. ,. 0 0 0 7- 7 Allan Frye. Jersey Shore back. skirted end for 64 yards on the third play of the game for the only score. Milton reached the one when the half ended. Jersey Shore6 0 0 0-6 Milton ..,.. 0 0 0 0-0 Beagle's 50-yard pass and Da- vis's 83fyard sprint featured, as Danville quelled the Panther eleven and won the League crown. Danville 0 6 6 6-18 Milton , 0 0 0 0- 0 Milton easily won over winless South Side, racking up two scores each in the first, third. and fourth quarters, and gaining a lone tally in the second. The game was featured by Morri- son's two 70-yard jaunts. S.Wmsp0rt. 6 0 0 6-12 Milton ,. ,12 6 13 13-44 Won-5 Lost-3 Tied-1 SEN IORSFVARSITY 1706 DTILXIJ, 1 lmn Hmm- 5. Gem- M2ltlll'2lIli U, Uharlus Polo ' Ill Umpor 15. I,Iny1l Snyclvr 10. Jim Kline clx Iiu1lm:m T. Ray Rzlvl-rt ll, Dick VVint0r ly 1.1117711111 ri. John Kaiser 12. Dick Munsun 13 I-1 15 111 Paul Q lzlllvxulzl lbivk Murrisnn Uzxvcy Huusv llick Fry Sum fmmlmcr Uiclx llmllchilmsun XVLQ nc Xlaclvx Dirk 'Try' Huy Ruvcrt Harnitg EG Bottom row, left to right-Delbert Fisher, Ray Ravert, Dick Hutchinson Cooper, Wayne Mader, Dick Fry, Dick Powell. 'Shamokin . . . . . 12 Milton .4.,. , . 7 "Montoursvil1e . , . . - 12 Milton .... . . 16 'Montoursville . . . . . 8 Milton ........ .... 2 7 FIRST HALF Bloomsburg . . . ...... . . , 6 Milton . . . 12 Northumberland . . . 14 Milton ........ 15 Trevorton ......... . . , 12 Milton .......... . . . 11 South Williamsport . . . . . . 24 Milton 4 .......,.... . . . 13 Mifllinburg ........ . . . 12 Milton . .. . . . 18 Lewisburg . . . . . . 14 Milton , 18 Selinsgrove . . . . 24 Milton ...... . . . 10 Sunbury .... . . . 20 Milton . , . . . . 5 Danville .... . . . 11 Milton . . . . . . 19 .48. 17- 10- 11- 9.. 8-35 20-80 67 37 58 74 15-43 15-60 5-55 15-48 9-42 12-46 14-61 12-63 16-55 14-65 12-52 17-71 16-78 14-52 23-69 13-48 18-72 18-57 athall 'ram 1 row, left to right-Charles Savage, Faculty Manager: Jack Zimmerman, Manager: Very! Milroy, Dick Strine, Ken Hess, Norman Brown, Harry Hill, Robert Izer, Coach. SECOND HALF Bloomsburg ...............,. 21 Milton . ....... . . 3 Northumberland . . . 7 Milton . ......... . . . 20 TI:eVOI't0I1 ........... .... 1 1 Mllton .. .. ........ 10 South Williamsport 16 Milton ....... ..,.. . . .... 15 Mifflinburg ........ .. 6 Milton ..l. .... 1 4 Lewisburg 14 Milton . . . . . 10 Selinsgrove .. 13 Milton ..... 16 Sunbury .. .... 21 Milton .... .... 7 Danville .... .... 1 9 Milton ........ .. 6 Won- 9 Lost-12 ' Denotes non-league game. . 49 . 18-60 8-2 1 9-51 20-56 16-56 11-50 15-56 9-53 9-36 9-50 9-53 14-42 13-57 16-53 24-86 13-57 13-64 15-47 31. H. Eaakvlhall Bottom Row, Left to Right-Jim Morfzan, Manager: Roy Finek, Edgar Fisher, Leroy Miller, Dick Holi' man, Joe Frederick. Dickie Fisher. Top Row, Left to Right-P. Richard Fisher, Coachg Bob Lazarus, Bill Springer, Ned Marsch, Bill Wal ter, Jim Shuck, Jack Zimmerman. Manager. 'Shamokin ... . . . . 12 Milton .... .... 8 'Montgomery . . .... 14 Milton . .... , 7 FIRST Bloomsburg .... .... 1 2 Milton . .,,.... 13 Northumberland ..... 15 Milton ,.,...... . . . 7 Trevorton ..,.....,... 7 Milton ....,........... 10 South Williamsport . . . 7 Milton ....,........,. 13 Mifflinburg ..,......., 9 Milton ....... ,.., 1 1 Lewisburg . . . . . . 3 Milton .,.,11 Selinsgrove . . . . . 8 Milton ....... . . . 7 Sunbury . . . . . . 15 Milton . . . . . 6 Danville . . . . 7 Milton... ....17 9 6 15 6 HALF 13 13 12 6 7 13 6 13 11 14 11 13 6 7 15 11 14 12 SECOND HALF Bloomsburg ...... Milton .... ...,... Northumberland . Milton . ,... . . . . Trevorton ........ Milton ..... ....... South Williamsport Milton . . ..... , . Mifflinburg ....... Milton ........ Lewisburg . . . Milton .... Selinsgrove . Milton ..... Sunbury .. Milton .. Danville .,.. Milton ..,..... Won- 7 Lost-13 1 Denotes non- . 50 . ..,.13 7 4 13 3 11 ...10 16 8 22 3 10 ....,1O 4 8 3 11 9 .. 11 9 11 10 6 13 .. 6 8 S 11 11 14 10 8 15 14 10 1 163.3116 game. Qlhvvrlmhvrn 1.1-l'1 to Riglii Mary Lou Dye, Nancy VVilson, Gert lla-rr. .lo.1n Kieser, Avulrey llllllll. Polly l'on11. Maxine liloyil. Umler llie superx ision ol' Miss Xginey liolmerls. the elieerleainlers ligicl Zlll L'XIl'L'll1L'll lwusi year. ,X pep meeting was lielcl lueliore every lioollmll game during the l4J5l season, lgnell one inelunlecl ll winle variety ol' L'llIL'l'lLlll'llllL'l1l, :incl the elieers mul yells resoumleal lllfwllglllllll the gun. .X lieu' pep meetings were also lielcl during lmslxellmll season. llie elieerlenclers clicl their part at each lootlmll anal lmslaetlmll gains ln' lending ilu cheering ol' the stuclent lioclv. .-Xll in ull, tliex' lune clone Ll very line job in promoting seliool spirit. 9 162152112111 'Pam Firsl Row, Lefl to Right 'Boll Luzarlw, Roy Fineli, George Fisher, Russ:-ll I,inS, Dick Powell, Norlnun lirown, liob Derr. Second Row, Left to Right fDick Fry, Dave Litz. Ray Cromzzn. Dick Morrison. Harold Williams, Marvin Klzxpp, Lloyd Snyder, Jim Kline. Third Row, Left tn Riizhl Elmer Ruth, Assistant Coach: Charles Savage, Faculty Mnnmzer: Diek Hutchinson, 'Tom Diehl, Dirk Munson. liill Foresnizxn. Joe Frelle-rick, Mzlnznzerg Charles Cole, Mzxnzurerg Torn Valunus, Couch. In 2-Xpprvriaiinn We, the Echoes Stag of 1952, wish to express our appreciation to all those who have helped to make our yearbook possible. To all business firms and organizations who placed ads in the Echoes, we extend our deepest thanks for your support. .52. Congratulations to tha Class of HSE ln 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 con- tributing to a better way of life for all society. 29-31 BIKOKIDWAN 0 SIIIIIUN .53. FULMEH MUTUH EUMPANY Headquarters for Your. AUTOMOBILE AND FARIVI EQUIPMENT SERVICE CHEVROLET CARS AND TRUCKS INICCORNIICK - DEERING - FARINIALL CORDUROY TIRES AND TUBES PHONE 12 N FRONT ST MILTON PA Central Pennsylvanids Finest Theater The EAPITUL BUIARDI STEEL Compliments of HELLEYS TEXACO SERVICE WEST MILTON, PA. 54 Compliments of Hans' Candy Shoppe Compliments of Buffalo Valley Dairy CONGRATULATIONS MILTON HIGH SCHOOL Class of 1952 PEOPLE'S DEPT. STORE A. Berman Sz Sons, Props. Graduates of Milton High School Fred Kitchen General Merchandise MCEWENSVILLE , PA. Congratulations Class of 1952 Chet Alexander COI'IlDliI!1eI1tS of Dunkleberger's Groceries Blanched Peanuts Arch St. MILTON, PA BOGLE'S "Orange 8z Black" Specializing in HOMEMADE ICE CREAM Compliments of West Branch Creamery Manufacturers of RElCHARD'S GOLDEN VELVET MILK PRODUCTS Sold in Seven Counties Compliments of Hassinger Bros. Compliments of A. C. HOTTENSTEIN and Miss Marcella Hottenstein NIUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE Co. OF NEW YORK 330 Broadway MILTON, PAQ Heifner Funeral Home Washingtonville, Pa. Compliments of Finck's Grocery WEST MILTON Eustace Motors, Inc. DeSoto and Plymouth Sales - Service South Front Street Phone-505 MILTON Compliments of J. J. Newberry Sz Co. Compliments of Bickel's Garbage Service Oiiicez 3 Elm St. MILTON, PA. COMPLIMENTS TO THE CLASS OF '52 Milton Glass Shop Highland Dry Cleaners 24 Hour Service Phone-1183 MILTON Clmpfmenfd fo Me CAM of 1952 5? The ELKS H. H. FULLMEH Distributor ATLANTIC OIL AND FUEL OIL KEROSENE, MOTOR OILS WEST MILTON, PA Ph 5 16011 MILTON - LEW ISBURG - WATSONTOWN AN YTIME BEAEHEIJS TAXI SERVIEE ANYWHERE RADIO-DISPATCHED CABS PHONE MILTON S80 58 E. M. BUDMAN AUTO BODY WRECKED CARS REBUILT REFINISHED BEAR FRAME AND VVI-IEEL ALIGNMENT Mahoning St Phone 647 MILTON, PA DALE E. HANEH 45 N. Front St. MILTON, PA. Compliments of Amernican Ear and Foundry Company Berkeley V. Hastings W. Walton Thompson INSURANCE REAL ESTATE 56 BROADWAY MILTON, PA 59 'UMM Aff QOOJ A05 LOYAL ORDER MCOSE No. 171 Compliments of Your DRUGGIST , REA 8 UEHIEH, Inc. use Youn Y. M .C A. CONGRATLILATIONS AND BEST VVISHES T0 THE CLASS OF 1952 ELINGEH LUMBER EDMPANY Millwork - Building Supplies - Paint - Hardware 304 Arch St. 'F A' " Phone 900 dfmgl aiwi 11.175111-X 1-11 'PX xl l 4 X, H gypsy! ,I Era-I Ls--4 .T 'i " vS'+:-,+ve 5333 7 ' To at mmgdiw-4gf41' ' 5 br A. A. Bowman fr Son 806 N. Front St, 61 JUHN Y. BUUY EUMPANY HARDWARE MILTON, PA. Mal lbwalwa Cfaaa o i52 KEY CLUB BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1952 MINNIIIH STUDIU Portraits That Live Odd Fellows Bu11d1ng MILTON, PA SHUWEHS BHUS. czeffmed T exaco service TEXACO GASOLINE GOODYEAR TIRES AND TUBES OIL-LUBRICATION WASHING AND POLISHING GENERAL REPAIRING 17 BOUND AVENUE MILTON, PA 62 ompdmenfd fo Me Cyaaa o 5 2 ul gk F3 fgqiflgo X .zffagfg Cviyf ii. E 7 G Xfsiluli 7gfQ 71? 551135 fs will nW'x Post No. 71 AMERICAN LEGION .63. Rieder Jewelry Store 43 Broadway MILTON, PA. Compliments of Azinger Fmniture Co. Complete Home Furnishers 37 - 39 So. Front St. PHONE 911 MILTON, PA ESCHBACH'S Compliments of jewelry Phone 855-J TEEN CANTEEN 52 Broadway MILTON, PA. Richart's W. A. DeHart Ladies' Specialty Shop Candy - Wholesale MILTON Next to Capitol Theatre Compliments of McDaniel's PURE HOMEMADE ICE CREAINI SANDWICH BAR FOUNTAIN SERVICE MILTON, PA. Good Luck, Seniors Community Plan Co. 68 South Front Street NIILTON, PA. Congratulations to the Seniors A nice place to shop for Established 1881 W. A. REED ESTATE Accessories MARGARET TREON 167 S. Front St. MILTON. PA Congratulations Compliments of Class of 1952 BATDORF'S HOCH'S CAFE Wall Paper Store RACUSIN'S Compliments of "Exclusive but not SPOTTS' STORE Expensive' 4354 BROADWAY Compliments of SNYDER'S RE-STAURANT West Milton, Pa. U. S. SNYDER, Prop. Compliments of HARRY BALLIET'S LUNCH 9 Mahoning St. Limbaugh's Bakery 8z Restaurant Birthday Cakes and Wedding Cakes Our Specialty Compliments of H. D. DENTLER Electrical Appliances Compliments of Wolf Dreifuss Store ROBERT TAYLOR Meats an Groceries Breyers Ice Cream Open Every Day 8 Evening Compliments of BOLEN 8: CO. Milton's No. 1 Bargain Department Store Where quality is high and prices are low 35 South Front St. MILTON, PA. Milroy's Food Market WEST MILTON, PA. .65. Cjongrafufafiona fo fAe Cpfaaa of 552 CDTZIIXIACI-ISCDIXI COUNTRY CLUB LESTER STAHL'S GROCERY The Friendliest Store in Town Phone 447 220 Hepburn St. MILTON, PA. Have Your Next Suit Made to Your Measure J. F. GAUGER 8: SON ESTABLISHED 1851 36 South Front St. MILTON, PA. Compliments of Dixie Lee Beauty Salon Compliments of CAWLEY'S Home of GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES ALL LEADING RECORDS 22 Broadway Phone 618 Compliments of The Little Downtown Store C. U. SHIVELY Grocer FRICIDAIRE APPLIANCES Broadway Hardware Store Smells' Greenhouses, Inc. 251 Turbot Ave. Store: 54 Broadway CORSAGES, PLANTS, FLOWERS Phones 330-J - 304-M 141 S COMPLIMENTS OF ARTHUR Pr. ISHIGUHU PHOTOGRAPHS of Distinction t St MILTON, PA COMPLIIXIENTS OF DAIHYMENB LEAGUE Brenner H-E Meters Your Kaiser-Erezer Dealers 8 d ELYUE 5. HHEHS NEWS - SPORTING GOODS - CIGARS TOBACCO MILT ON, A 68 Congratulations Class 1952 HEPLEB BHUTHEHS THUEHINE AT YOUR SERVICE "The Friendly Bank" Milton Bank and Sale Deposit Company ESTABLISHED 1887 Member Federal Reserve System Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 69 60lnf7Aln2Ilf6 of Fraternal Order of EAGLES 4- on .fderie Wo. 1208 J. EI. MAYES, JI. your Ljvlome Wewdpaper Local News - Local Features Local Pictures - PLUS Up-to-the-minute World News I MILTUN EVENING STANDARD STANDARD PRINTING CO., INC. COMMERCIAL PRINTING DEPT. P nucEs A WIDE VARIETY OE BUSINESS FORMS S 'IALL PUBLICATIONS AND MAGAZINES PRINTERS OE M. H. S. EcHoEs Compliments of WEST IVIILTUN ST!-ITE BANK MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP. 71 H. U. EHUSSLEY jeweler and Watchmaker Below Center Next to Miltonian Firehouse You CAN SAVE MONEY AT CnossLEY's iFair Trade Exceptedl Credit If You Wish 170 S Front St MILTON, PA Clemens' Machine Shep TURBOT AVE. MILTON, PA. Compliments of The Elite Shoppe SEEHS BUICK GARAGE 72 COBIPLIAIENTS OF E. D. CLARK Stahl'5 Flour and Feed ill A1fT1Z1lft1CHH'CTS of FLOLIR AND FEED - Doc FOOD - FERTILIZERS STOCK AND POULTRY SUPPLIES 219 Lower Market Sl., Phone 160 MILTON, PA Kms R nnun GOOD HEALTH TO All. FROM REXALL A FRIEND .73. arsh's Shoe Store THE HOME OF GOOD SHOES SINCE 1870 Prosseda's Restaurant 225 Filbert St. MILTON, PA. S. A. DEAN ER PLUMBING HEATING Phone 337-R MILTON, PA. Compliments of PAPPAS BROS. Legionaire Theatre MILTON, PENNA. fnwhuu 4 couv QA G E NIV 71 ' . Compliments of W. T. GRANT STORE Compliments of REGAL AND BLUM Credit jewelers Broadway MILTON, PA. Compliments of ROY E. SHIVELY GROCERY 628 South Front Street COmDlImentS of C. E. BYERLY West Milton, Penna. Ritter's Grocery 434 Broadway Phone 373-J Congratulations FLORA ELIZABETH SHOPPE Compliments of HILNER'S GAS STATION Middlesworth Radio and Television Service 190 S. Front St. Phone-727-J MILTON, PA. CROMAN'S GARAGE Electric and Oxy-Acetylene Welding General Auto Repair POTTSGROVE. PA. BEST WISHES CLASS OF 1952 DOWN ER'S GROCERY Cold Meats-Open Sunday, Holidays Shakespeare Ave. MILTON, PA. LITTLE FLOWER KIDDIE SHOP MARGARET V. TUCKEY Specializing in Infants' Wear Ladies' Lingerie and Hosiery MILTON CLEANING AND PRETSSING CO. me cleaning and nemocmng George Eoanedes, Prop. 13 Broadway complete advertising agency service CHARLES E. WILLIAMS ADVERTISING 225 Turbot Ave. MILTON , PA. Compliments of GORDON 'S GARAGE WEST MILTON, PA. Jim's Grocery Dean's 438 Susquehanna Ave. Service Statign Phone 9635! MILTON' PA' Phone 2351 Washingtonville .'75. C Nrs os Milton Steel 8 Supply EU. MUN EY IN THE BANIG ' Gives a Person Confidence ' Provides for Future Needs ' Promotes Peace of Mind Why Not Start Your Savings Account With Us Now? TIIE EIIIST NATIUNAL BANK of MILTON A EHIENU Autographs Autographs Auto graphs ai" ,ru , :"Hf', dh milf ' m , ,w 1 if f 4 WEEE' -1 .L G . M U ,wr W! 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