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As the "Gay Ninetiesu was a period in our history separating the old from the
new, the past from the future, so our senior year separates our happy school days from
the serious problems of life, which will shortly confront us.
The "Gay Ninetiesn was the close of a period. Post-Civil War problems had been
settled. However, our country was confronted by new and extremely difficult matters
which required adroit handling on the part of our leaders. As the West was developed,
new and added responsibilities loomed before us. You may readily see that the "Gay
Ninetiesu may have had its light side, but it also had much of a serious nature.
Now we are about to leave security and pleasures of our school days and to go
into the mysteries and opportunities of a future. These will be filled with greater
uncertainties than any previous generations ever faced and will be met with the same
courage which helped our forefathers triumph over the great problems of their day.
We, like them, must face new situations and make the most of opportunities as they
appear. Who knows, we, too, may participate in some project of westward expansion
and aid in opening for our country new areas of development.
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To leave the halls of Milton High without acknowledging
an appreciation of the work of our teachers, would be sheer
thoughtlessness. At no time have they failed to respond to our
needs, and their assistance has been marked with keen interest
and unfailing devotion.
To one in particular we wish to express our sincere gratitude.
Through his ever-ready advice and guidance, he has endeared
himself to all of us. His constant interest in our welfare has had
a real meaning to all of us.
It is with great pride and pleasure that we, the Class of
Nineteen Hundred and Fifty-three, dedicate our edition of the
"Echoes" to MR. PAUL C. CONFER.
f7le 51.....l, . . .
DR. A. C. W. SCHLEGEL,
B.A., M.A., Ed.D.
Superintendent of Milton
M. MARTHA BICKEL,B.A.,B1.IX.
CIHARLES T. LONTZ, BA., MA
Problems of Democracy
MRS. W. MURRAY BUTLER,
Counselor of Girls, English
P. RICHARD FISHER, BA., M.A.
J. V. Basketball Coach
MRS. J. HERB'IAN SHADE,
BTILES M. KOSTENBAUDER,
High School Principal
PIARRY E. SWANGER, B.S., M.S
MRS. CHARLES T. LONTz,
PAUL C. CONFER, B.A., M.A.
U. S. History, Chorus
PHOEBE M. REINHART,
JOHN L. KOONS, BS., M.S.
World History, Vocational
History, U. S. History
JAINIES O. TULE, IR., BS. EVAN C. WILLIAMS ROBERT L. lzER,B.A.,Ed.M. HENRY W. LONGENBERGER
Vocational Education Vocational Education Physical Education Commercial
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JOHN STRUCK, B.S., MS.
MRS. C. LAWVRENCE BROWN,
DTROTHY E. BUYER,
lvlARLlN L. HARTMAN
12 Years of Service
MRS. PRENITISS VV. OWENS
ALBERT P. LYFORD, B.S.
JULIA C. I-IAGENEUCH,
JACOB AZAIN, B.S.
4 Years of Service
OHN PETERSON NANCY S. ROBERTS, B.S. MRS. E. COLLINS Cum' CHARLES SOWERS B S
Instrumental Music Physical Education Secretaiy to the Principal Algebra, Math
Tune: "When I Grow Too Old to Dream
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When we leave dear Milton High
We'1l have her to remember.
After we have left these halls.
The mem'ry will live in our hearts.
We'll travel beyond
But mem'ries fond
Of happy days in Milton High
Will ever linger on.
Oft we've wandered thru her halls:
Now they'll just be a mem'ry.
Long we've looked upon those walls
To which we'll now bid good-bye.
The work we have done,
The vict'ries we've won
Will help us in the years to come
To walk the pathways of life.
Now that life looks up before,
We'll have her to remember.
Though our hearts shall find regret,
We'll smiling look ahead.
As life's DRESS turn,
Rememb'ring we'l1 yearn
For all our joy at Milton High
Each precious year we have spent.
Good-bye, Milton High,
We'll never forget.
Those three short years we've left
Will always live in our hearts.
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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 schools days are over,
And life looms up beforeg
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.
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Left to Right-Dick Strine, President: Jacob Moser, Treasurer: Patricia Bright, Secretary: George
Hower. Vice President.
lgwaialenfb edriage . . .
We, the graduating class of 1953, wish to thank all of our teachers for their
efforts in guiding us through our education. Especially close to us will be the mem-
ories of the past three years spent in our beloved Milton High. Our teams of football,
basketball, and baseball have fostered well-earned records with ideals of sportsmanship
and competitiveness. Many of our happy moments were spent while we were attend-
ing our annual social events-the Halloween Party, the G. A. A., the Snow and May
dances, and various other similar activities.
Many changes have occurred in our school since the days of the Gay Nineties.
From the days of the horse and buggy, when our school graduated classes of live or six,
we have progressed so that our classes today consist of from one hundred thirty to one
hundred sixty graduates. Our school attendance is increasing so rapidly that it is now
necessary for us to construct a new school building.
The Class of 1953 sends best wishes to future classes in their use of the new school
building. We hope that you will cherish your school as much as we have ours. Our
minds will often return to vivid scenes in the class rooms and corridors of good old
M. H. S.
Shirley knows her P's and Q's,
The riirht kind of life she's sure
Echoes Staff 4: Girls' Baseball 1-22
G. A. A. 1-2-3-4.
SHIRLEY lXl. BENNETT
Blonde and charmimz. pretty too,
Shi:-ll-y's one who's never blue.
G. A. A. 1-2-3-4: Echoes Staff 43
Press Club 3: Follies 4.
KAY ANN BUDMAN
This young: lass is full of pep:
In typing! class she-'s really hep.
School News I: Echoes Staff 43
Band 1-2-3--I, First Chair 3-4: Dance
lfnnd 2-3-4: Gir's' Basketball 1-2-
3--'lz G. A. A. 1-2-3-4: Class Secre-
tary 3: Follies 4.
In all sports she does excel.
While as a friend, she's really
Echoes Stall' 4: Girls' Volleyball 4:
Girls' Basketball 1-2-3-4: Girs' Base-
ball 3-4: G. A. A. 1-2-3-4: Science
Club 3: Cookinir Club 4: Follies 4.
.. . 1953
Small but mighty is this lad.
You'll never see him looking sad.
Ethel plays a sweet clarinet,
That she'll go far is our bet.
Echoes Staff 5: Band 1-2-3-4, First
Chair 3-4: Dance Band 1-2-3-4:
Girls' Volleyball 4: Girls' Basket-
ball 1-2-3-4: G. A. A. 1-2-3-4: Cook-
inir Club 3-4: Mixed Chorus 4:
Girls' Baseball 3-4: Follies 4.
PATRICIA A. Baioirr
DONALD A. BROVVN
"Pat" College "Brownie" Vocational
Pretty. tray. and very kind.
A sweeter girl is hard to find.
Echoes Staff 4: Girls' Basketball 2-
3-4: Girls' Baseball 2-3: G. A. A.
1-2-3-4: Tri-Hi-Y 3-4: Intramural
Volleyball 4: Class Secretary 4:
NORMAN A. BROWN
This football star is really jolly
Everytime he thinks of Molly.
J. V. Football 2: Varsity Football
3-4: J. V. Basketball 23 Varsity
Basketball 3-4: Varsity Baseball
Here is another electric shop lad:
A finer friend could not be had.
Intramural Basketball 2-33 Intra-
mural Baseball 2-3: Officials Club 3.
IDUNALD A. BYERLY
Always friendly and full of fun,
While in the Chevy or on the run.
School News 3-4: Echoes Staff 42
Band 2 3-4: Basketball Manager 2:
Intramural Basketball 2-3: Intra-
mural Baseball 2: Hi-Y 2-3-4, Presi-
dent 4: Projection Club 2-3-4: Vol-
leyball 2-3: Key Club Secretary-
Treasurer 4: Christmas Card Club 4.
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Tall, dark, with hair of brown,
Wlterever there's mischief he's
sure to be found.
Echoes Staff 4: Boys' Volleyball 3.
Shy and quiet is our boy Dick,
For a swell pal he's our pick.
Intramural Basketball 1-2: Intra-
mural Baseball 1.
SENIORS . . .
ciWENDOLYN ANN CROSSLEY
Gwcn's neat, sweet and very fair,
And in the band she holds first
Echoes Staff 4: Band 1-2-3-4. First
Chair 3-4: G. A. A. 2-3-4: Tri-Hi-Y
BETTY JANE ljEl..ONG
Looks, laughter and song,
Mixed together make Betty Jane
Echoes Stall' 4: Band 2-3-4. First
Chair 4: Girls' Basketball 1-3:
Girls' Baseball 3: G. A. A. 1-2-3-4:
Tri-Hi-Y 4: Girls' Volleyball 43
BARBARA VIRGINIA CHAPPELL
A sweet little girl with hair of
With always a smile, but never a
School News 2-3-4: Echoes Staff 4:
G. A. A. 1-2-3-4.
A jovial youth is this lad Cogyrie:
When it comes to work his mind's
Intramural Basketball 2-3-4: Intra-
mural Baseball 2-3-4: Football 1.
PRESTON LINDNER DAVIS
Someday a lawyer he will be,
Judfze of the Supreme Court, just
wait and see.
Echoes Staff 4, Co-Editor 4: Foot-
ball Manager 2-3-4: Boys' Intra-
mural Volleyball 3g Basketball Man-
ager 2-3-4: Intramural Basketball
2-3-4: Intramural Baseball 2-3-4:
Hi-Y 2-3-4, Treasurer 45 Assembly
Committee 3-4, Vice President 4:
Projection Group 2-3-4: Key Club
2-3-4, Treasurer 2, Vice President 3,
ROBERT D. DERR
A. whiz with the girls is Bob, our
Driving: a car is his greatest joy.
Class Treasurer 2: J. V. Football 2-
3: J. V. Basketball 2: Intramural
3-4: Varsity Baseball 2-3: Intra-
VIRGINIA LANE DERR
Dark complexion, lovely hair,
Where there's fun, Ginny's there.
School News 2-3-4: Echoes Staff 4:
Girls' Chorus 1: Girls' Volleyball 4:
Girls' Basketball 1-2-3-4: G. A. A.
1-2-3-4: Tri-Hi-Y 3-4: Press Club 3.
GRACE EILENE DIETZ
A movie fan is our gal Grace,
With pretty hair and lovely face.
Echoes Staff 4: Girls' Chorus 4: G.
A. A. 1-2-3-4: Sewing Club 3: In-
tramural Volleyball 4: Intramural
Basketball 4: Intramural Baseball
4: Follies 4.
Tall, dark, and handsome is this
His football prowess we all must
J. V. Football 2: Varsity 3-4: Intra-
mural Basketball 3: Intramural
Baseball 2-3: Hi-Y 2-3-4: Vice Pres-
ident 4: Key Club' 4: Intramural
Volleyball 3: J. V. Basketball 2.
Although this guy, Charles, seems
There's mischief twinkling in his
Intramural Basketball 2-3-4: Intra-
mural Baseball 2-3-4: Intramural
WILLIAAI E. DERR
Short and strong but courageous
A mighty one is our lad Bill
J. V. Football 2-3: Varsity 4: In-
tramural liaskctball 2-3: Intramural
Io ALYCE DYE
.Io Alyce is a cute little gal:
To all of us she's a real pal.
G. A. A. 1-2-3-4: Typing: Club 3.
V 1oLET lDYE
"Vi" Home Economics
Violet ai pretty flower.
Who grows lovelier by the hour.
G. A. A. I-2-3-4: Svvvingr Club 3:
SHIRLEY ANN EISTER
Very quiet. very kind,
A better fri:-ntl is hartl to tinrl.
Echoes Staff -1: Girls' Volleyball 4:
G. A. A. l-2-Il--lg Home Econom-
-IOEI. S. l'oI,'rz
ln the lmntl he plays a sxvet-t Cor-
A more bantlsome lad you could
Echoes Staff -I: liantl l-2-3-4: Intra-
mural liasketball -1: Dance Band
1-2-il--1: Boys' Chorus 2-3--l: Intra-
mural Baseball 2-3-4: Hi-Y 1-2-3-4:
Senior Christmas Card Committee
4: lloys' Volleyball 3-4.
S. CARLENE Fox
Carnit-'s lots and lots of fun:
Her heart is true to only one.
Echoes Stall' 4: Girls' Chorus Z: G,
A.A. 1-2-3-4: Tri-Hi-Y 4.
FR.xNk1.1N lXlONROE DYER
A good lookim: lad is our boy
Amomr the best he's sure to rank.
Intramural Basketball 3.
Lois ANN ENCLAR
Lois is never without a joke,
Says she. "Hear this one, you'll
have a stroke!"
Echoes Staff 4: Girls' Chorus 2-3-4:
G. A. A. 1-2-3-4: Tri-Hi-Y 3-4:
Rlclmno XV. Fousr
Dick has personality plus,
He's a friend to all of us.
J. V. Football 1-2: Varsity 2-3-4:
J. V. Basketball 2: Intramural Bas-
ketball 1-2-3-4: Intramural Baseball
2-3-4: Boys' Chorus 4.
LEo XVESLEV CiLlFFEY
This fellow lives at T1 Wood
You'll find that he's always
"nice" and "neat,"
Intramural Baseball 2-3: Huntim:
Club 3: Boys' Volleyball 3.
Su1m.Ev ELAINE liNol.Em,xN AlAIlGAllE'l' l:ENS'IiIillNAtTlllill
"Evan College "Pegl' College
Here is humor and fun combim-rl, l'tg:gy's so groozl natureal an.I
No better ,iokester can one linrl. sweet:
Givls- Vullvyban 2-3--1. Girls- HHS- Ht-r fricmlly manner is lmrtl In
kt-tball 2-3--l: Girls' lla:-4-luall Zi -lg rl. lwill-
A. A. l-2-3-ft: Tri-Hi-Y 4: Typinzr I'Irhoes Stulf -1: llaml 2-3-el: G. A.
t'lulx Il: Echoes Stall' 4: Follies el. A. I-2-Il lg Knitting :mtl Neville-
paiut Club -fl: Ifolliee -l.
DE1.1zEn'l'S. IJISIIILII. bln.
3 . , f , . I , Our boy Del is lots of fun.
IJEAIRICAE IANIZ IISHER VVhen he sm-s a girl ht- dot-sn't
ff U run.
Bea A - ,
, , . Genelgl st-nmol N.--M 11 Hi-Y .11 vu-any
Hevehs the 1l'll'l with the bezllltlllll Baseball 3-1: Intramural llzist-ball
w hfllli' , 2: .I. V. lluskellmll 2: Varsity llas-
5hCS nffie to ev'-'ryunf' "l"fI'Y' kelball 3-4: Sturlent l'o'1nt'il 32
Wln""" Ollicials Club 3: Intramurzxl Volley-
G. A. A. 1-2-3-4: Girls' Baseball 3. llill 3-
SENIORS . . .
KENNE'l'Il G. Ilsvwoon
YoI1'll find this frlly in one of the
In our class he's one of the tops.
Intramural Volleyball 3.
-IOAN YVONNE l'l0FFlXlAN
This cute lass took the commercial
Her heart belonirs with thc U. S.
HELEN LOUISE HALL
"Helen" Home Economics
This Hirl likes to eat in class:
My, she must be a hungry lass!
G. A. A. 1-2-3-4.
lVlARLENE Y. I IENDERsIIoT
Full of vim, vigor and pep,
You'll find this girl is right iII
School News 2-3-4: Echoes Stai' 4:
Girls' Chorus 2-3-4: Girls' Basket-
ball 2-3-45 Girls' Baseball 35 G. A.
A. 1-2-3-4: Tri-Hi-Y 4: Follies 4.
IIARRY bl. l'lILL, III
He-'s one of the leaders in our
And goes with a pretty little lass.
Class President 3: Football Mana-
fler 2 3-4: J. V. Basketball 25 Vai'-
sity 3: Intramural Baseball 2-3-45
Hi-Y 35 Projection Group 2-3-45
Student Council 2-3-4, Vice Presi-
nl 'nt 3, President 45 Key Club 2-3-4.
Teiorms R. IIOLLENBACH
Ile's loads of fun in every way5
Knowing: him will really pay.
Class President 2: Echoes Staff 45
Boys' Chorus 2-3-4: J. V. Football
2-3: Intramural Basketball 2-3-45
Intramural Baseball 2-45 Hi-Y 2-3-
4: Assembly Committee 3-45 Presi-
dent 4: Projection Group 2-3-45
BARBARA JEAN HOLLOWAY
A very sweet girl, on our Senior
Our Barbara Jean is quite a
School News 3-45 Echoes Staff 4:
Girls' Volleyball 1-2-3: Girls' Bas-
ketball 1-2-3: Girls' Baseball 1-2-35
G. A. A. 1-2-3-45 Tri-Hi-Y 45 Typ-
ing Club 35 Follies 4.
PAIXIELA JANE KING
She is in our M.H.S. band,
And is always lending a helping
Band 1-2-3-4, First Chair 1-2-3-45
Dance Band 2-3-45 Girls' Volleyball
45 Girls' Basketball 2-3-45 Girls'
Baseball 3-45 G. A. A. 1-2-3-45 Tri-
Hi-Y 3-45 Science Club 35 Typing
Club 3: Follies 4: Echoes Staff 4.
-I Ames l'lECRERT
Out in shop he does a Izood job.
His curly locks cause hearts to
Intramural Basketball 35 Intramu-
ral Baseball 3.
KENNETII IDONALD I'IEss
He's mighty tall and mighty fine.
Most Irirls think, "I wish he were
.I. V. Basketball 25 Varsity 3--1:
lwtramural Baseball 35 Hi-Y 25
Projection Group 3.
CEoRt:E P. l'lOWER
"G. P." Vocational
Tall and handsome. quick and
Lots of luck we wish this Huy!
Intramural Baseball 4: Class Vice
President 4: Echoes Staff 4: Intra-
mural Basketball 4: Intramural
Volleyball 3-4: Student Council 45
Projection Group 4.
She's a Hood worker in every way,
Her aim is to be married some
G. A. A. 1-2-3-4.
See this lad fhis brain's not lame:
He'll surely make the hall of
Echoes Staff 4: Intramural Basket-
ball 3-4: Hi-Y 3-4: Key Club 4:
Hunting: Club 3: Voleyball 3-4.
A IARCAIIET Kunrz
Our Margaret is a studious girl.
And fellows never get her in a
G. A. A. 1-2-3-4.
CHIARLES S. lXlA'1'IIIAs
When it comes to baseball. Char-
lie's a whiz -
It's ont at shop that he usually is.
J. V. Football 1: Intramural Bas-
ketball 2-3-4: Varsity Baseball 3-4:
Intramural Baseball 2: Hi-Y 2-3-4.
"Nan" Home Economics
Nancy with her pretty blonde
ls liked by everyone, everywhere.
Girls' Chorus 3: Girls' Volleyball
1-2: Girls' Basketball 2-3-4: Girls'
Baseball 1-2: G. A. A. 2-3-4.
ROBERT E. KREISHER
Bob's always helping M. H. S.
Hr-'s sure to become a Izreat suc-
Intramural Baseball 3.
BlAURlCE D. LEWIS
lf all the artists were to be
Maurice would be far from last.
Echoes Staff 4.
NANCY OELLA LINDNEI1
Happy, lively, sweet and Izay,
A clever girl in every way.
DORIS lVlAR1E lVlATHIAS
"Mickey Home Economics
Always full of pep is Doris.
She's a first soprano in the Girls'
G. A. A. 1-2-
SIIIRLEY ANN IVIECKLEY
This little lass can cook and sew:
In life, far she's sure to Izo.
Girls' Basketball 1: G. A. A. 1-2-3-
4: Follies 4.
Class Secretary 3: Echoes Staff 4:
Band 1-2-3-4: Girls' Basketball 2-3-
4: Girls' Baseball 3: G. A. A. 1-2-
3-4. Publicity Chairman 2, Vice
President 3: Tri-H-Y 3-4, Vice Pres-
ident 3. President -I 3 Assembly Com-
mittee 3-4: Student Council 3-4:
Secretary 3-4: Follies 4.
SARA CATHERINE lXlAcIIAAIEn
Sara comes with a smiling face,
Bewitching all with her charm
Echoes Staff 4: G. A. A. 1-2-3-4:
Girls' Basketball 1-3: Girls' Base-
ball 3-4: Art Club 3.
Rrss is a boy who can croon a
When he starts to simz. the lrals
Boys' Chorus 3-4: J. V. Football 2.
Varsity 3-4: Intramural Basketball
3-4: Intramural Baseball 3-4: Var-
.ILINE l. BlARTIN
Wit and humor, lauxrhter and
This is June all day lonxz.
Echoes Stan' 43 Band 2-3-4. First
Chair 3-4: Dance Band 3: Girls'
Basketball 2-3-4: Girls' Baseball 3-
4: G. A. A. 1-2-3-4: Press Club 3:
Cookiml Club 4: Follies 4.
Halls from Scranton does this
A better friend could not be had.
Class President 2: Band 1-2. First
Chair 1-2: Dance Band 2-3: Boys'
Chorus 2: Intramural Basketball 3.
SHIRLEY IANE lVllDDLETON
I-Iere's a blonde-haired, blue-eyed
A genuine Milton High School
School News 4: Echoes Stadt' 4:
Girls' Volleyball 2-3-4: Girls' Bas-
ketball 2-3-4: Girls' Baseball 3-4: G.
A. A. 1-2-3-4: Tri-Hi-Y 4: Typing:
VEllX"I- M ILROY
On lhe football lleld our Veryl
And all the ::irls he really does
lflehoes Slatl' ll. Assiatant llusmm-s
lVlana,L:er: liand 1: Football 1: J. V.
lfooilulll 2. Varsity 3-4: J. V. llas-
ketball 2, Varsity 3--I: Intramural
llaseliall 2-3--l: Senior Christmas
Uard Connmiltee Al: lloys' Volley-
li!i'llABlJ D. lXlOOllE
He drives :I DL-Solo, does this lad:
He's full of fun and never sad.
Echoes Slafl' 4: lloys' Volleyball 3-4:
KW Club 2-3-4: lotraniural lhuket-
ball 2-3--l: letra
mural llaselnall 2-3-
4: Varsity liasn-ball 4: Hi Y Z 34
l'ro,ieeiion Club 2-3-1.
A l,xRv Lou lVlILTON
Mary Lou, our Southern belle:
Whom everyone likes extremely
Class Secretary 2: Vice President 3:
l'Ir-hues Staff 4: Girls' Basketball 1-
2-3: Girls' liaseball 3: G. A. A. 1-2-
3-4: Chex-r'eader 4: Tri-Hi-Y 3-4.
Secretary fl: Assembly Committee
3--4: Press Club 3: Follies 4.
BERIIIA A. lVlORGAN
"Toots" Home Economics
Bertha comes from R. D. 75522
She's a dear friend to me and you.
G. A. A. 2-3-4: Senior Christmas
Card Committee 4: Sewimr Club 3:
Club 3: Follies 4.
Just one look and you will see:
How friendly he can really be.
Intramural Basketball 2: Intra-
mural Baseball 2-3.
FLORENCE LAVON lVlOSER
"Moosey" Home Economics
A basketball "queen" in every
She's sure to make the Olympics
Girls' Chorus 3-4: G. A. A. 1-2-3-4:
Girls' Basketball 1-2-3-4: Girls'
Baseball 3-4: Follies 4.
As a tackle he's never at rest:
This future farmer is one of the
Echoes Staff 4: J. V. Football 2-3.
Varsity Football 3-4: Intramural
Basketball 3-4: Intramural Baseball
2-3-4: Key Club 4.
DONNA G. lvlILLER
Donna's a lifeguard at the Y:
ln her life's work she'll surely
School News 4: Echoes Staff 4:
Girls' Basketball 3: G. A. A. 1-2-3-
4: Art Club 3.
DONALD IXKXIORRELL JAIXIES S. lVl0RRISON
This senior lIoy's name is Jim:
He's always full of pep and vim.
Football 1: J. V. Football 2: Intra-
mural liasketball 2-3-4: Intramural
Baseball 2-3-4: Intramural Volley-
JACOB M. lvlOSER
Jake is our fullback for M.H.S.:
He is one of the very best.
J. V. Football 2: Varsity 3-4: In-
tramural Basketball 3-4: Intramural
"Toots" Home Economics
There's 11 rim: on her fimrer as
you can see:
Shes a little bride-to-be.
Girls' Volleyball 4: Girls' Basketball
3-4: zz. A. A. 1.2-3-4: Sewing
lANET C. lXlURDOCK
Janet is a cute little lass:
She's the poet of the class.
Echoes Staff 4: Band. First Chair 3:
Dance Band 3: Girls' Volleyball 2-
3-4: Girls' Basketball 2-3-4: Girls'
Baseball 3-4: G. A. A. 1-2-3-4: Tri-
Hi-Y 3-4: Typing Club 3: Art Club
3: Follies 4.
He's got a twirler on the brain:
I wonder if it could be Jane.
Band 1-2-3-4: Dance Band 1-2-3-4:
Intramural Basketball 2-3-4: Intra-
mural Baseball 2: Hi-Y 2-3-4: Pro-
jection Group 3: Key Club 2-3-4:
Student Council 3.
THERESA lx'lARIE NECCI
Full of pep and fun and vim:
Our Theresa is never grim.
Band, First Chair 2-3-4: Dance
Band 3: Girls' Basketball 1-2-3-4:
G. A. A. 1-2-3-4: Typing Club 3:
Rioimno A. POWELL
Our friend Dick is full of fun:
His heart is true to only one.
J. V. Football 2-3: Varsity Football
3: J. V. Basketball 2: Varsity Bas-
ketball 3: Varsity Baseball 2: In-
tramural Baseball 3-4: Hi-Y 2.
IJIXIE LEE RANCK
The pride and joy of old N.C.
Is our classmate Dixie Lee.
Always smiling, never alum:
Frank can really play the bass
Band 4: Boys' Chorus 2-3-4: Intra-
mural Basketball 2-3-4: Intramural
Baseball 2-3-4: Hi-Y 2-3-4.
Romeo Ranck from Lower Market
Goes for the szirls in a great big
A football player is our boy Nick:
He's never found without a trick.
Boys' Chorus 3-4: J. V. Football 3.
Varsity 4: Intramural Basketball
lX'lIRILYN JANE NOLL
Head Majorette in the Band is our
Wth her lovable smile she's sure
to win fame.
Echoes Staff 4: Band 2-3-4: Girls'
Basketball 1-2-3-4: G. A. A. 1-2-3-4,
Treasurer 4: Tri-Hi-Y 3-4: Head
Majorette 4: Library Club 2-3, Pres-
ident 3: Baton Twirler 2-3-4: Fol-
lX'lARLENE JOAN Nou.
Sweet, petite, and never silly:
Hopes some day to be Mrs. Willy.
Echoes Staff 4: Band 2-3-4: Girls'
Basketball 1-2-3-4: Girls' Volleyball
4: G. A. A. 1-2-3-4: Tri-Hi-Y 3-4:
Library 3-4: Follies 4.
lo A. PANNEBAKER
Jo drives a Ford --never szets
Quite a lass in Chorus class.
Echoes Staff 4: Girls' Chorus 2-3-4:
flccomnanist, Boys' Chorus 2-3-4:
Girls' Basketball 3-4: G. A. A. 1-2-
3-4, Social Chairman 3: Tri-Hi-Y 3-
4, Treasurer 3: Senior Christmas
Cfvrrl Committee Chairman 4: Mixed
Chorus 2-3-4: Follies 4.
lVlARY ELIZABETH Rooms
A Capital lass with il leailim!
Shes always there for the mati-
Echoes Stall' 4: Girls' Basketball 1-
2: Girls' Baseball 1: G. A. A. 1-2-
3-43 Library Club 4.
GERALD R. ROYER
A name that's always in conver-
Is Jerry with his Ford for trans-
Intramural Basketball 1: Intramu-
rul Baseball 2-3.
NEVIN RANCK, IR.
Of all the classmates, we have
That Nevin is nicest to have
Intramural Basketball 2: Intramu-
ral Baseball 2-3.
A quiet type, but full of zest-
We'll remember him from all the
JERROLD C. ROUSH
"Stick-to-it" his motto is:
In his shop work he's a whiz.
.T V. Football 2-3: Intramural Bas-
ketball 2-3-4: Intramural Baseball
2-3-43 Projection Group 2-3-4.
STANLEY RUSSELL, IR.
Here's a b-oy who's happy and gay,
Liked by all in every way.
Intramural Basketball 1-2-3-43 In-
tramural Baseball 2-3-4.
BESSIE AMANDA SANDERS
"Bessie" Home Economics
Bessie is a whiz at sewing:
When it comes to cooking, she's
in the knowing.
G. A. A. 1-2-3-43 Art Club 33 Fol-
JAIXIES S. SEIDEL
A funny clown is our boy Jim:
He's always full of pep and vim.
Buys' Chorus 2-3-43 Intramural
Basketball 3-43 Intramural Volley-
ball 3-43 Intramural Baseball 3-43
DOROTHX' ANN REICHARD
An all around yrirl, so full of joy.
With a personality we all enjoy.
Echoes Staff 4. Co-ellitor 43 Band 1-
2-3-4. First Chair 2-3-43 Girls' Bas-
ketball 1-2: G. A. A. 1-2-3-43 Tri-
Hi-Y 3-4, Chaplain 43 Assembly
Committee 3-4. Treasurer 43 Typing:
Cl.1b 33 Science Club 33 Follies 4.
One out of a million, one of a
Our Sandra's the one who's never
School News 2-3-43 Echoes Staff 43
Band 2-3-4: Girls' Basketball 1-2-
3-4: Girls' Baseball 33 G. A. A. 1-2-
3-43 Tri-Hi-Y 3-4: Press Club 33
Girls' Volleyball 33 Follies 4.
ARLENE Lois SCOWTEN
From Danville High comes this
We all welcome her to our senior
School News 2: Band. First Chair
1-2: Girls' Chorus 1-2-3: Girls' Vol-
leyball 4: Girls' Basketball 4: Girls'
Baseball 1-2: Intramural Basketball
1-2: G. A. A. 4.
NANCY JANE SIIEARER
Nancy is quiet till her work is
Then she's in for all kinds of fun.
G. A. A. 1-2-3-4: Follies 4.
llE'rIE lluTII SHOWERS
"Bette Ruth" Secretarial
lleltt' Ruth is short and always
If Om- kuzvws lu-t', it's really a
Girls' ll::.1l-:efb:Ill 3--1: Giss' Base-
ball 3: G. A. A. 1-2-fl-l: Follies -1.
A l I'l.Es ll. SAIELTZ
A trustworthy friend is Our boy
Wlu-In-iw-I' you sw- him. hm-'s full
l"OOtlf:Ill 1: J. Y. Fu:-t'vall 21 Intra-
lnural llaskm-tball 2-3--ig Hi-Y 3--15
i'!'tl,lL'l'llUll Club Il.
This boy Bob is biz and tall:
He isn't afraid of the Izirls at all.
lritramural Baseball 3-4: Projection
SIIAIIEE M. STETLER
Sharev works in the Newberry
Good frrades she- is always striv-
Echoes Staff 4: Girls' Basketball 1-
2-3-4: Tri-Hi-Y 3-4: Typing Club 3:
Follies 4: G. A. A. 1-2-3-4.
lXlARY ELIZABETH SHOVVERS
ln this great world the-I'e's Only
SO laugzhable. lovable. and full of
Band 2: Gifs' Chorus 3-43 G. A. A.
EAIEROI lIJA S MITH
The thinil that 1:Oes the farthest
toward making: life worth-while,
That costs the least but means the
most is just a pleasant smile.
Girls' Basketball -1: G. A. A. 1-2-
3-42 Knitting and Needlepoint 3.
CHARLES E. SNYIIEII, ln.
With a great big: smile Charlie
can be found?
He spreads happiness all around.
School News 4: Echoes Staff 4:
Boys' Chorus 2-3-4: Hi-Y 3: Har-
mony and Theory 3: Mixed Chorus
lX1ARY ELIZABETH STAHL
She plays a clarinet in the band,
Everyone who knows her thinks
Echoes Staff 4: Band. First Chair 2-
3-4, Section Leader 3: Dance Band
2-3-4: Girls' Basketball 1-2-3: G. A.
A. 1-2-3-4: Senior Christmas Card
SHIRLEY IEAN STAIIKS
"Jean" Home Economics
Shirley is a whiz in gym:
She has a lot of pep and vim.
Girls' Basketball 1-2-3-4 1 Girls'
Vaseball 35 G. A. A. 1-2-3-43 Fol-
DICK Cd0LElNIAN STIIINE
He's just the type of person ev-
Possessinyr all the qualities an
ideal buy requires.
Vice President 2: Treasurer 3: Ech-
oes Staff 4: Football 1, Varsity 2-3-
41 Basketball 1, J. V. 2, Varsity 3-
4: Intramural Baseball 2-3-4: Stu-
dent Council Committee 3: Student
Council 4: Intramural Volleyball
LEE l. SNYDEIT
Out of Room 23 hm' rushi-sl
When he secs a Izirl, he blush:-s.
JEANNINE lXiARIE STAIB
From New Columbia hails this
We are proud to have her in our
Girls' Basketball 3: Girls' Baseball
3: G. A. A. 1-2-3-4: l'r0jvC1i0n
SENIORS . . .
I luczu M. 'TRATE
When not in school, he'll usually
Found ilownlown at RKzD.
Intranuiral llasketball 1-2-3-4: In-
tramural llaseball 3-4.
VIRLJINIA NIAE VVERT
Here-'s a girl with that winning
For her. any boy woufd walk a
Echoes Staff 4: Girls' llasketball 2-
3-4: Girls' Chorus 2-3: Girls' Base-
ball 3: G A. A. I-2-3-I: Tri-Hi-Y
3-4: Mixel Chorus 2-4: Library
Club 3: Typing: C'ub 3: Follies 4.
DOROTHY JANE STRINE
Dottie with hair of red and eyes
Has the sweetest disposition that
can be found.
School News 1-2-3-4: Echoes Staff
4: Girls' Chorus 1: Girls' Volley-
ball 4: Girls' Basketball 2-3-4: G.
A. A. 1 2 3-4: Tri-Hi-Y 3-4: Senior
Christmas Card Committee 3: Press
Club 3, President: Follies 4.
IVIARION C. TANNER
Marion is a quiet soul,
But we know she'll achieve her
Echoes Staff 4: Band 1-2-3-4. First
Chair 2-3-4: Dance Hand 2-3: Girls'
Basketball 1-2-3-4: Girls' Baseball
3-4: G. A. A. 1-2-3-4: Tri-Hi-Y 3-4:
Donornv JEAN WALTER
A nice friend. likely to succeed,
When it comes to ability, she has
what you need.
Echoes Staff 4: liand 2-3-4. Sec. 4,
First Chair 2-3-4: Girls' Basketball
1-3: Girls' Baseball 3: G. A. A. 1-2-
3-4: Typing Club 3: Science Club 32
'AIOLLY E. VVILSON
Molly goes with a boy named
A finer couple couldn't be found.
School News 1: Echoes Staff 4: G.
A. A. 1-2-3-43 Cheerleader 4: Typ-
inil Club 3: Follies 3.
NANCY L. VVILSON
Did you see that usher with pretty
Go to the movies. shi-'ll be there.
School News 1: Echoes Staff 4:
Girls' Volleyball 4: Girls' Basketball
1-3: G. A. A. 1-2-3-4, President 1:
Cheerleader 3-4: Cooking Club 3:
EDWARD L. YORDY
One of our seniors from West Mil-
Never quiet night or day.
Intramural Basketball 3 Intramural
Baseball 1-2-3: Hi-Y 3-4: Key Club
4: HllHtIHE Club 3: Intramural Vol-
ALICE ANN SWANGER
Our izirl Alice is very fair:
She need never worry about her
G. A. A. 1-2-3-4: Hunting Club 3:
Harmony and Theory 3: Follies 4.
FREDA IXIARCUERITE TEix1m.E
A izirl with a smile. is our Miss
To customers at Stamm's, she
School News, Editor-in-Chief 41
Echoes Staff 4: G. A. A. 1-2-3-4,
Business Manager 4 : Projection
Group 4: Library Club 3: Student
Council 4: Follies 4.
IXIARGARET LOUISE Yocu M
Peggy, who is in Room 23,
Always has a grixrirle for you and
School News 4: Echoes Stall' 4:
Girls' Chorus 2-3-42 Girls' Basket-
ball 1-2-3-4: Girls' llaseball 3: G.
A. A. 1-2-3-4: Mixed Chorus 2-3-4:
Hunting.: Club 3: Harmony and The-
ery 3: Follies 4.
XAIANDA JEANNE ZIKE
From Indiana hails our Miss Zike.
When she's not on foot, she's on
Echoes Staff 4: Sec. Business Stal?
4: Girls' Chorus 1: Girls' Volleyball
1: G. A .A. 1-2-3-4.
History ni the Class of 1953
Entering the Milton Area Joint Senior High School as sophomores, the Class of
'53 embarked on an adventure that will long be cherished and remembered.
Under the willing and able guidance of Mrs. Ruth Shade, we elected Thomas
Hollenbach as president, Dick Strine as vice president, Mary Lou Milton as secretary,
and Robert Derr as treasurer, to lead us through our first year of high school.
The next big event was the selection of our class ring, the "Senator." Among the
many activities in which we participated were the G. A. A., Hi-Y, Boys' and Girls'
Choruses, Band, and intramural sports.
Before we knew it our first year of high school had passed and we were starting
our junior year. Under the capable leadership of Messrs. Paul Confer and Charles
Savage, we elected to lead us through this second year, Harry Hill, president, Mary
Lou Milton, vice president, Nancy Lindner, secretary, and Dick Strine, treasurer.
Our biggest junior year event was our class trip to Harrisburg. In order to make
this trip possible and also to raise some of the money needed for our senior activities,
we held a magazine sale, the profits from which were most gratifying. This trip was
one of the events of our high school days we will never forget, and we wish to express
our deep gratitude to Mr. Confer and the other teachers who did so much to make
our trip possible.
"Time marches on," and here we were in our senior year. Our last year had
arrived and it would soon be over.
From the very first, things began to pop. After electing officers, we immediately
began to work on our edition of the "Echoes" First, of course, was the sale of Christ-
mas cards to aid in financing our annual. Then came the compiling and dedicating
of the yearbook, a big job, but one that yields ample returns in enjoyment.
Our minds turned to greener pastures, and we then selected our name cards and
graduation invitations. Many assemblies and intramural sports filled our next few
remaining weeks. Christmas came, highlighted by the Annual C. A. A. Snow Dance,
with Nancy Lindner presiding as queen. After the Holidays the class play next took
the spotlight, and we consider it our outstanding achievement.
The next large item on our agenda was the May Dance, where a senior girl was
chosen to reign over the court. Following the May Dance came the dedication and
circulation of the annual.
So, on graduation night ends our senior year at M. H. S., under the supervision
of Mrs. Charles Lontz, our adviser. It is then that we leave behind all our days of
public school life and head for a new realm of happiness and success. However, we
shall always carry with us warm and pleasant memories of our experiences and life at
Milton High School.
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We, the Editorial and Business Staffs of the 1953 'lEchoes,', with the competent
leadership of Miss Martha Bickel and Mr. Harry Swanger, have compiled this memory
hook of our happy years at Milton High. We hope that it will make you remember
and relive these days in years to come.
Faculty Adviser .... ............................... lX 'Iiss Martha Bickel
Co-Evlitors-in-Chief . . . .................... Dorothy Reichard and Lin Davis
Faculty Committee ..,.......... Barbara Holloway, june Martin, Margaret Yocum
Classes and Organizations-Shirley Middleton, Marion Tanner, Pamela King, Freda
Temple, Charles Snyder.
Senior lfVrite-ups-Virginia Derr, Nancy Lindner, Dorothy Strine, lane Noll, Mary
Lou Milton, lanet Murdock, Shirley Middleton, Betty jane DeLong, Gwendolyn
Crossley, Sharee Stetler, Virginia Wert, Pamela King.
Senior Activities-Dorothy Walter, Gwendolyn Crossley, Virginia Derr, Nancy Lind-
ner, Dorothy Strine, Marlene Hendershot, Sharee Stetler, Lois Englar, Doris
Mathias, lane Noll, Mary Lou Milton, Mary E. Roche.
Sports ........................ Dick Strine, Richard Moore, Thomas Hollenbach
Arts and Photography-Maurice Lewis, Shirley Aikey, Marion Tanner, Sara Macha-
mer, Nancy Wilson, Kay Budman, Donald Byerly, Barbara Holloway.
Typists-Ioan Noll, Shirley Eister, Sara Machamer, Nancy Wilson, Margaret Yocum,
June Martin, Kay Budman, Shirley Bennett, Freda Temple, Molly Wilson.
Class Song ................................... Janet Murdock, Dorothy Walter
Class History .... ..... C harles Snyder, Thomas Hollenbach, Richard Moore
Faculty Adviser ...... ................................. IN Ir. Harry Swanger
Business Manager ................................... Harry Hill, Veryl Milroy
Advertising Committee-Ethel Bower, Kenneth Hess, Shirley Engleman, Donald
Brown, Donna Butler, Margaret Fenstermacher.
Sales Comniittee-Sandra Robinson, Dale Cochran, Grace Dietz, Richard Middleton,
Name Carol Coinniittee--lo Pannebaker, Donald Byerly, Bertha Morgan, Joel Foltz,
Mary Stahl, Edward Yordy.
Secretary .................... ..... W an la Zike
SE IDR CLASS PL Y
"THE DIVINE FLORAU
By FLORENCE RYERSON AND COLIN CLEMENTS
DIRECTED BY Mas. CHARLES LONTZ AND MARY STAHL
Hal . . .... . .
lVinnie . .
Stn Morgan ..
Kit Olmstead ......
Etta Dean CFloraD . . . .
Randy Pryor ..... . .
Mr. Pryor ..
Mrs. Pryor . . . .
Buzz Rafferty . .
Hr. Dean .. .
Sharon Pryor . .
lVayne . . .
Tex Arlen . .
Helena ..... . .
Daplzne Gillford . . . . .
il lr. Dugan ...... .............................
. . . . .Ioel Foltz
. . .Virginia Dcrr
. . .jane Noll
.... .llarry Hill
. . .jo Pannebaker
. . . .Nancy Lindncr
. . . . . . .Dick Strine
. .Dorothy Reichard
. . . . . . .Lin Davis
. .Charles Snyder
. . .Janet Murdock
, , .james Seidel
. , . . .jacob Moser
. . .Maurice Lewis
. . .Dorothy Strine
. . .Patricia Bright
. . . .Nancy Wilson
..Mary Lou Milton
. . . . .Dale Cochran
Simmzer Crowd ............. Shirley Engleman, Shirley Middleton, Sharee Stetler,
Donna Butler, Virginia Wert, Pamela King, Sandra Robinson, Bessie Sanders,
Iune Martin, Donna Miller, Shirley Starks
Time: The Present
Scene: The living room of the Pryor summer cottage, Green Bay.
Student Business Manager: Freda Temple
First Row, Left to Riizht Shirley Starks. Ja Pannehaker, Nancy Wilson, Dick Strine, Virrrinia Wc't.
Charles Snyder, Nancy Lindner, Lin Davis, Dorothy Reichard, Thomas Ho lenhach, Janet Murdock,
Second Row, Left to Riirht-June Martin. Bessie Sanders, Sandra Robinson, Dorothy Strine, Patricia
Bright. Virginia Derr, Jane Noll, Mary Luu Milton, Mary Stahl, Student Director: Shirley Engle-
man, Donna Miller. Mrs. Lontz, Director.
Third Row. Left to Rifzht-'Pamela King, Sharee Stetler. Shirley Middleton, James Seidel, Dale Cochran.
Harry Hill, Jacob Moser, Maurice Lewis, Joel Foltz.
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First Row Left to RiizhtfSylvia Hendricks, Nancy
Miller, Roxie Stump, Ruth Snyder, Mary Lockard,
Virginia Wal.ize, Edith Winn Jones, Joan Hallock,
Linda Showers, Lila Fisher. Caroline Snyder.
Second Row, Left to RigzhtfClara Bowersox. Elsie
Baker, Betty Willow, Joan Stamm, Mary Jane
Klees. Laura Mae Dye. Dottie Chapin, Tommy
Woodson. Gene Caicco, Richard Younger, Gene
Third Row, Left to Riprht--Earl Gardner, Kenneth
Morizan, Ted Kline. Ted Peifer. Juan Horrox,
Donald Brumbach, David Miller, Ben Griffin, Daniel
Fourth Row, Left to Ri1zhtfRoy Finck, William
Snrimzer. Kenneth Kerstetter. John Seidel, James
Zeiher, Rob,-rt Sanders, Edwin Wands, Richard
First Row, Left to Riizht -Barbara Bennaize, Patricia
Kline, Mabel Bowersnx, Edna Keefer. Mary Belle
Lontz. Lucille Minium, Madeline Wertz, Alice
Noecker, Patricia Huff, Eleanor Snyder.
Second Row, Left to Right-'John liuehler, Frank
Weaver, Calvin Ranck, Avis lienfer, Pat Kratzer,
Jane Solomon, Nancy Fisher, Dollie Embeck. JoAnn
Young, Yvonne Yost.
Third Row, Left to RightfDale Shipley, Leroy Miller,
William Walter, Geurire Fisher, Edgar Fisher,
Randall Narehood, Sterling Zimmerman, Boyd
Reichelderfer, Donald Sheets.
Fourth Row, Left to Right-Fred Schnure, William
Keiser, Edward Beaver, Sherman Gessner, Raymond
Yost, .lim Shuck, Frank Heddimzs.
Fifth Row, Left to Right-Dick Mathias, Gary Egli,
Larry Gearhart, Richard Hoffman.
First Row, Left to Right-ffBetty Erlx, Arlene Foust,
Sylvia Keefer, Marybelle Hezldings, Rena Lose,
Sandra Burns, Nancy Deitrick, Lena Mae Koch.
Second Row, Left to Right Kenneth Butler, Galen
Erdly, Clark YValker, Dale Peterson. Carol Smith,
Eleta Mourey, Nancy Berman, Kenneth Stump,
Third Row, Left to Riirhtf Bob Lazarus, Nevin
Mensch. Charles Foster, Marvin Hoover, Lee Blyler,
Robert Youmr, John Snyder, Merrill Miller.
First Row, Left to Riirhtf -Florence Miller, Shirley
Derr, Shirley Royer, Kay Neuhard, Jean Necci,
Polly Campbell, Patsy Konkle.
Second Row, Left to Right--Bette Heimbach, Mar-
garet Keiser, Anthony Callos, Joe Frederick. Garner
Snuifer. Jay Egli,
Third Row, Left to Right ACharles Danowsky, Carroll
Diefenbach, Jesse Frederick, Jack Zimmerman,
Robert Hammond, Charles Lose, Elwood Brown.
First Row, Left to Riirht Frerla Aliwriirht, Shirley
Guffey, Barbara Hendricks, Beverly Irvine, Janet
Stratton, Joan Bobb, Joan Miller. Nancy Finek,
SvC0nfl Row, Left to Riizht Marlin Oberlin, Richard
Einsig, Betty King, lioneti Derr, Raehe' Satieson,
Katharine Leinliach, Ned Marseh, Franklin Trale,
Third Row, Left to Rixrhtf-Marvin Fornwalt, Nevin
Beaver. Richard Barloe, George Ferlazzo, llonald
First Row, Left to Right Barbara Stafford, Joan
Moser, Teresa Yagel. Lois Adams. Janet Kerstetter.
Patsy Noll, Virginia Shellenberger, Joyce Hettimrer.
Dorothy Ditzler, Ht-'en Roush.
Second Row, Left to Right fCharles Confer, John
Krupkoski. lienjamin Schmick. Juanita Shirk.
liarbara llillmcyer, Joanne Hill, Pat I-'ornwald.
Eddie liucher, Herbert Marsh, Charles Stahl.
Third Row, Left to Right Miles Kerstetter. Donald
VVirth, Robert Hartman, Paul Haines. Jim Hoffman.
Richard Derr. John Ream, Terry Zimmerman,
Harold Rower, Thornton Walker.
Fourth Row, Left tu Right Scott Kostenbauder,
Brian Speek, Kenneth Frank. lioyd Boyer. liruee
Manning, Robert Temple, David Six. Edwin Confer.
Fifth Row, Left to Right Edward Rearick, Riflyniond
Erb, Wayne Smith. Kenneth Chappell.
First Row, Left to Right 'Jane Kerstetter. Elinor
Albright, Marie Pick, Phyllis Smith, ltonnie
Neyhart. Joy Lynn Dye. Cynthia Fox. Betty
Middlesworth, Emma Laudenslager, Shirley
Second Row, Left to Right -George Carpenter, Tom
Enterline, Larry Mensch. Edward Springer. Kay
Showers, Judy Campbell, Clare Bogie, James Ohl,
Third Row, Left to Right Charles Woomer, Arthur
Chappell, Fred Campbell, .lim Runyan, Dick
Karchner, David Hartsock, Richard Gufley, liob
Hendricks, Archie Troxell,
Fourth Row, Left to Right Carl Reish, Richard
Coup. Fred Frey, Elton Goff. Stanley Phleger,
Elwood Engleman, Thomas Lewis.
First Row, Left to Right -Connie Finck, Donna
Kerstetter, Nancy Floyd, Florence Miller, Martha
liowersox, Nancy Bastian, Joan Ranck, Nancy
Clouser, Mary Wahl.
Second Row, Left to Right fJim Morgan, Donald St.
Clair, Mary Stahl. Clara Sanders. Marlene
Robinson, Mary Rider. Kenneth Dunkle, Jim
Third Row, Left to Right Harry Hall, John McMur-
trie, Roderic Moore. Charles Baker. Franklin
Warren, John Derr. Jack Wertz, Dale Stranger.
Fourth Row, Left to Right-Charles Batdorf. John
Lower, Derrill Smith, Royce Straub, William
Pfieegor. Gene Koons, Nelson Fisher, Clark Shitfer.
First Row. Left to Right-Patsy Nunn, Betty Munson,
Audrey Welliver, Nancy Showers. Nancy Shultz,
Helen Derr. Marion Miller. Renee Esterbrook,
Marguerite Cromis, Helen TiH'any.
Second Row, Left to Right--El'en Trump, Shirley
Wolfe. Jane Waughen, lietty Kline, liarbara King.
Georgia Walker, Joan Seidel.
Third Row, Left to Right Ginny Wilkins, Patsy
Hause. Janet Ref-dy, Sandra Trate, Sherry Fisher,
Janet Frederick. Shirley Catherman, Martha
Fourth Row, Left to Right Mary Haupt, Patsy
Waltman, Alice Kratzer, Janet Byers, Sandra
First Row, Left to Right Marlene Danoirsky, Mabel
Huff, Nancy Kling, Mary Swanger, Rachel liostian,
Doris Haines, Patricia Desmond, Charlene llickel,
Second Row, Left to Right- l'aul Showers, Homer
Arnold, Donald Wesner, Gail Rein. Josephine
Young. Nancy Noaker. Neal Shirk, Tom Hedenberg.
Third Row, Left to Right ffRichard Robenolt, Robert
Noll. Melvin Stahl, Fred Fisher, Albert Mull,
Franklin Huff, Robert Bearer, Robert Grittner,
Fourth Row, Left to Right-Sidney Drumm, David
Smeltz, William Dyer, Lee Hoffman, Robert
Waltman, Ray Musser, liob Cawley.
First Row, Left to Right--Harry Hill, Dick Strine, Richard Barto, Nancy Lindner, Freda Temple.
Second Row, Left to Right-4Geor5zia Walker, Nancy Kline, Barbara Hendricks, Linda Showers, Nancy
Third Row, Left RiLZhtfsCK1tt Kostenbauder, James Seksinsky. Cy Goff, George Hower, George Fisher,
We, as members of the Student Council, have tried to promote the feeling of
student leadership and student participation in government, to unify and co-ordinate
the activities of the school, and to co-operate with the faculty in all functions of the
school. ln this work we have been excellently advised by Mrs. W. hiurray Butler
and lVlr. James O. Tule.
In the school year of 1952-1953 our activities included an all-school Halloween
Party, an assembly entitled "Mind Your Manners," and a production for the public
entitled "'52 in Revue." We also worked on compiling the Student Handbook for
publication in the next school year.
Milton School N ows
The Milton School News, under the direction of Miss Reinhart and Mrs. Brown,
has comple'ed its twenty-seventh year of publication. We, of Milton High School,
would like to thank the staff and the advisers for their excellent guidance.
Miss Phoebe M. Reinhart, Mrs. C. Lawrence Brown ............. Faculty Advisers
Miss Catherine Balliet, Miss Margaret C. Fairchild, Theodore Pidus ..............
Freda Temple, ,531 Shirley Middleton, '53, Charles Snyder, '53, Peggy Yocum, '53,
Barbara Holloway, '53, Marlene Hendershot, '53, Betty Willow, '54, Nancy Miller,
'54, Charles Lose, '54, Charles CEddieD Bucher, '55, Donna Miller, '53, Nancy Ber-
man, '54, Avis Benfer, '54, Sylvia Keefer, '54, Kay Logan, '55, Mary VVahl. '55, Robert
Deck, '54, Nancy Finck, '54, Nancy Fisher, '54, loan Stamm, '54, Richard Karchner.
'55, Lena Mae Koch, '54, Mary Lockard, '54, Rena Lose. ,54, Miles Kerstc'tcr, '55,
Donald Brumbach, '54.
Barbara Chappell, '53, Virginia Dcrr, '53, Marlene l-lendershot, '53, Sandra Robinson,
'53, Dorothy Strine, '53, Nancy Berman, '54, Shirley Derr, ,5-4, Nancy Fisher, '54,
Sylvia Keefer, '54, Mary Lockard, '54, Carol Smith, '54, Barbara Billmeyer, '55, Sandra
Yocum, '55, Mary Haupt, '55, Clara Sanders, ,55, Kay Showers, '55.
Donald Byerly, '53, Robert Lazarus, l54 .................. Circulation Department
First Row, Left to Right-Donna Miller, Margaret Yocum, Sylvia Keefer, Nancy Miller, Joan Bobb,
Rena Lose, Mary Haupt, Kay Logan, Freda Ripka, Freda Temple, Carol Smith.
Second Row, Left to Right-Kay Showers, Barbara Billmeyer, Nancy Fisher, Nancy Finck, Joan
Stamm, Avis Benfer. Virginia Derr, Dorothy Strine, Sandra Robinson.
Third Row. Left to Riizht-Mary Wahl, Betty Willow, Shirley Middleton. Nancy Berman, Shirley
Derr. Marlene Hendershot, Barbara Holloway, Mary Lockard, Lena Mae Koch.
Fourth Row, Left to Right-Robert Lazarus, Donald Byerly, Charles Snyder, Sandra Yocum, Clara
Sanders, Barbara Chappel, Charles Lose.
Fifth Row, Left to Right-Albert Mull, Richard Karchner, Robert Deck, Charles fEddiel Bucher, Miles
Kerstetter, Donald Brumbach.
First Row, Left to Right-Virginia Derr, Sandra Robinson, Dorothy Reichard, Mary Jane Klees, Nancy
Lindner, Shirley Royer, Mary Lou Milton. Dorothy Strine, Barbara Hendricks, Edith Winn Jones.
Second Row. Left to Right-Kay Neuhard, Dollie Embeck, Patricia Bright, Avis Benfer, Shirley
Enzleman. Shirley Middleton, Nancy Berman, Joan Stamm, Linda Showers, Jane Noll.
Third Row, Left to Right-Florence Miller, Barbara Bennaxze, Gwendolyn Crossley, Betty DeLong,
Katharine Leinbach, Marian Tanner, Janet Murdock, Sharee Stetler, Pamela Kinz, Carlene Fox,
Fourth Row, Left to Right-Carol Smith, Nancy Miller, Freda Ripka, Lena Mae Koch, Virginia Wert,
Barbara Holloway, Marlene Hendershot, Lois Englar, Joan Noll,
The Tri-Hi-Y began its year with a solemn candlelight ceremony of induction
for its 23 new members.
Among its social activities of the year were food sales, a picnic, a hay ride, :i
dance with the Hi-Y, a Sports Party, a Water Ballet, a skating party, a Mother and
Daughter Banquet, a club clippings contest, and a cabin party.
The main event was the Snow Dance, at which event Nancy Lindncr was
crowned queen. The theme of the dance was "The North Pole."
As service projects For the year, the club gave canned fruit to The Salvation
Army, to be distributed to the needy at Thanksgiving, Christmas gifts to the Evan-
gelical Orphansl Home at Christmas, a contribution to the Y. M. C. A. for World
Service, and Easter baskets to The Salvation Army. They also sent an underprivileged
child to camp in the summer time.
We have had a very successful year through the fine cooperation of Miss Nancy
S. Roberts and lVlrs. Thomas Powell, our advisers.
The biggest project of the lli-Y Club for this year was taking part in the district
project of sponsoring a Y. M. C. A. in Cermany.
Besides this project, some of the other activities were a hay ride, a cabin party, a
Thanksgiving Dance held by the combined Hi-Y and Tri-Hi-Y Clubs, movies, speak-
ers, Teen Talks, and a Movie Party. The Club also held its annual Father and Son
Of the thirty-four members, twenty-one are new ones, These boys promised to
live up to our club platform of "Clean Living, Clean Speech, Clean Scholarship, and
Clean Sportsmanship." They also passed through a month's "trial period." They are
fully aware of the fact that the purpose of our club is to "create, maintain, and extend
throughout the school and community high standards of Christian character."
The club wishes to extend its thanks to lVlr. Ralph Pesto, Mr. Harry Swanger,
and Mr. Victor Michael for their line leadership and guidance. We feel that we
have completed a very successful year.
DLJNALD BYERLY DALE COCHRAN
President Vice President
KENNETH BUTLER LIN DAVIS
First Row. Left to Right-Randall Nnrehood, David Hartsock, Robert Deck, Neil Shirk, Thomas Heden-
herg, Richard Karchner, Terry Zimmerman, John McMurtrie, Edwin Wands. Dale Mummey.
Second Row, Left to Right-Robert Lazarus, Kenneth Butler, Donald Byerly, Dale Cochran, Lin Davis.
Fred Campbell. James Runyan, Delbert Fisher, James Morgan, Skip Walker, Anthony Callus, Cy
Goff, James Hoffman.
Third Row. Left to Right--David Miller, Thomas Hollenbach, John Krupkoski, Frank Pursell, Robert
Michael, David Six.
Fourth Row, Left to Rightslidward Yordy, Richard Moore, Dale Peterson. James Seidel, Joel Foltz,
Bottom Row, Left to Right--Eleanor Snyder, Doflie Embeck, Nancy Lindner, Jane Noll.
Top Row, Left to Right -Joyce Hettinger, Arlene Foust, Freda Temple, Joy Lynn Dye.
G. A. A. Ufficers
President .... . . .NANCY LINDNER
Vice President .. .... DOLLIE EINIBECK
Secretary .... . . .ARLENE Fousr
Treasurer ....... ....... I ANE NOLL
Social Chairman . . . . . .ELEANOR SNYDER
Business Manager . . . . . .FREDA TEMPLE
Publicity Chairman ..... JOY LYNN DYE
Scribe ............ .... I oYcE I-IETTINGER
This year, the Girls' Athletic Association had a very successful year. The mem-
bership drive was close to IOOW.
Our activities began with a hot dog roast, and included the 23rd annual Christmas
Dance, a Gym Exhibition, an all-girls' tureen supper, and concluded with the most
important dance of the yer, the May Dance.
With the help of our faithful adviser, Mrs. Murray Butler, the G. A. A. girls feel
that they have had a most pleasant and worthwhile year.
Climaxing another very successful year at Milton High, Key Clubbers wish to
thank the faculty and the Milton Kiwanis for their cooperation during the past year.
At our annual Father-Son Banquet we outlined the results of the past twelve
months. The sale of sweat shirts, seat cushions, stationery, holly, and buttons, plus
other things, were the sources of our Club's income. Our projects for the past year
were buying Hags for the High School and sponsoring a second safety drive. Our
weekly programs included movies, two banquets, and several speakers. We cooperated
with the Pennsylvania District Key Club by sending delegates to the District Con-
vention at Wilkes-Barre.
For the coming year we have a number of projects, among which is another
bicycle safety program.
The Key Clubbers especially wish to thank their adviser, Mr. Tule, for without
his guidance the year could not have been a success.
The officers who have served this year are Lin Davis, president, Dale Peterson,
vice president, and Donald Byerly, secretary-treasurer.
First Row, Left to Right-Thomas Enterline, Robert Deck, James Morgan. Richard Kling, Donald
Byerly, Lin Davis, Dale Peterson, Richard Moore, Edward Yordy, Neil Shirk.
Second Row, Left to Right-Harry Hill, John Buehler, Fred Campbel', Dale Mummey, George Hower,
George Fisher, Edwin Wands, Robert Derr, James Seksinsky, Thornton Walker.
Third Row, Left to Right-Richard Hoffman, Ted Klimz, Thomas Bender, Nevin Beaver, Dale Cochran,
Richard Middleton, George Ferlazzo, Kenneth Butler.
This year the band began a promising year under the direction of Mr. -lohn
Peterson. Mr. Peterson was previously director of the juniata Valley lligh School
Band. Our former director, hir. Albert P. Lyford, is now music supervisor of the
Milton area schools.
During football season we practiced regularly for our performance at the half-
time. Some of our drills included precision marching and a novelty drill. The football
season was highlighted by our trip to Sayre, a pleasant experience even though Milton
lost the game.
The next major event for the band was our VVinter Concert, held in February,
on which occasion we played many favorite selections.
With the presentation of our annual Spring Concert, we closed a very successful
and enjoyable year.
President . . . . .lDONALD BYERLY
Vice President . . . . .lDOROTHY STRINE
Secretary . . . . .IDOROTHY WALTER
Librarian . . . . .lvlARY STAHL
S Dorothy Walter
T Nancy Berman
C Patricia Nunn
T Nancy Shultz
S Theresa Necci
1' Kay Logan
S Ethel liowcr
S Nancy Lindner
S Donald Byerly
S Janet Murdock
Betty Lou Munson
S Joan Noll
'I' .Ioan Stamm
T S Jane Noll
T .Ianct Stratton
S Iietty Dm-Long
. Gwendolyn Crossley
Director-IOHN L. PETERSON
S Mary Stahl
S Dorothy Reichard
S Dale Mummey
S Sandra Robinson
S Marion Tanner
S Dorothy Strine
Benjamin B. Schmick
CORNET AND TRUMPET
S Kay Iiudman
S Joel Foltz
Lena Mae Koch
S June Martin
S Frank Purscll
Mary Belle Lontz
T Denotes Twirler
S Denotes Senior
C-fDenot.es Color Guard
ltottom Row. L1-ft. to Rixrht -James Shock, Joel Foltz. Richard Moore, Delbert Fisher, Edgar Fisher.
Top Row, Left to Right Lin Davis, Robert Lazarus. Dale Cochran, Donald Byerly, Mr. Izer, Adviser.
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First Row, Left. to Right-f.Yohn Krupkoski, Ted Klimz. Frank Pursell. Richard Karehner, Thornton
Walker, Terry Zimnierman. Charles Confer, Randall Narehood, Charles Snyder, Joel Foltz, Plluzene
Reivh, Richard Youmrer.
Second Row. Left to Right Jesse Frederivk, Dick Fuust, Robert Deek, James Runyan. Leroy Miller,
lidirar Fisher. James Shuek, William Walter, lloyd Reichelderfer, Dale Shipley, Ralph Nic-key.
Third Row, Left to Right., Ned Marsch. James Seidel, Thomas Hollenbach, Robert Lazarus, Robert
Michael, Riehard Mathias, Donald Brun1lJach, Donald Snyder, Thomas Woodson, Anthony Callus
Roy Finck, Russell Lins.
The Girls' lfliurus
.loy Lynn Dye
llollie Mae Einheeli
lletty Lou hlunson
flecorupmrist - lo Pannebaker
Bottom Row, Left to Ri1:htfMary Haunt, Margaret Yocum. Grace Dietz. Janet Reedy, Lois Enirlar,
Linda Showers, Dollie Embeck, Katharine Ann Leinbach, Alice Kratzer, Nancy Bastan, Sandra
Trate, Audrey Welliver, Virginia Wert, Eleanor Snyder, Shirley Starks, Doris Mathias, Florence
Moser, Sylvia Keefer, Freda Ripka.
Top Row. Left to Right-Carol Smith. Dorothy Ditzler, Gail Rein, Juanita Shirk, Nancy Floyd, Joan
Ranck, Nancy Showers, Joy Lynn Dye, Connie Finck, Joan Miller, Joan Hallock, Arlene Foust.
Mary Ann Rider, Betty Lou Munson, Mary Showers, Sandra Yocum, Nancy Noaker, Hleta Mourey,
Lois Adams, Barbara King, Jean Necci. Accompanist-Jo Pannebaker.
In the Automobile Department of the
Vocational Shops we have Mr. Marlin
Hartman as an instructor.
Most of our work consists of repair
work on cars brought into the shop by
students in the shop. In Auto Shop we
disassemble cars, replace the worn parts
with new ones, and reassemble them.
We work for the most part on motors, the
front end, and the brakes.
Our shop is fairly well equipped, con-
sidering that it is only four years old.
Our newest equipment consists of a bat-
tery charger, a heavy duty jack, and a
lathe that was brought down from the
The sophomore theory consists of the
study of engines, their parts, and the
repairing of these parts. The juniors'
theory has to do with the disassembling
of transmissions, rear axles, and steering
assemblies. The seniors do not have
very much theory, but the major part of
what they have is the taking apart of
carburetors, the learning of parts. and
the replacing of them so they work.
They also study the electrical system of
In the Cabinet Department of the Voca-
tional Shop we have Mr. Kermit Benfer
as an instructor.
The shop is equipped to turn rough
lumber into very beautiful pieces of fur-
niture, such as, a picnic table, gun rack,
a walnut dining room suite, a cedar
chest, a bookcase and chest of drawers,
and a Hollywood bed.
The shop is provided with the most
modern tools and machines. One of the
newest machines is the seven-foot belt
sander. There is also a mortising drill,
which will drill a square hole.
From time to time we have theory in
the classrooms. These theory classes
consist of learning the parts of the ma-
chines and the methods of tearing them
down and reassembling them. Movies on
the different machines, industries, and
trades are shown.
During the course of a year the wood
shop boys repair many articles for the
school and community: such as, book-
cases. filing cabinets, desks, and signs
for the Red Cross and Community Chest
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The instructor in the Electric Shop is
Mr. E. C. Williams.
The Electric Shop has many valuable
pieces of modern equipment, one of the
most valuable being the Distribution Con-
trol Center, from which the instructor
and the shop foreman have complete con-
trol over all the experiments and proj-
ects, and their various voltage ranges.
Safety is of the utmost importance ln
any shop, and We have a student commit-
tee which compiles a record of all acci-
dents that occur in the shop: and the
same committee makes recommenda-
tions so as to minimize their recurrence.
One of the many accomplishments of
the Electric Shop this year was the re-
building of the Ozilaid White-Print Ma-
chine for the Drawing Department. This
was a gift from the Sunbury Vocational
School and was badly in need of major
Another problem was the air compres-
sor that supplies air to all of the depart-
ments, located in such a remote place
that at times it was forgotten and left on
all evening. Ken Heywood and Merrill
Buehler solved the problem by placing a
pilot light at the main entrance to the
wood shop, so that the instructors upon
leaving must turn the compressor off in
order to turn the pilot light oil.
During the year the motor on the auto
shop valve grinder burned up. Ken Hause
and Leo Guffey completely rewired and
rebuilt the motor, putting it back into
Each week a senior boy is appointed by
:he instructor to act as shop foreman and
control panel operator. The senior boys
are rotated between shop foreman and
shop leaders on the many and varied
repair jobs that are received by us
throughout the year.
The machine shop consists of lathes,
shapers, grinders, a planer, drill presses,
a milling machine, a forge, a tool crib,
stock room and a Welding booth. In the
welding booth there are an e1ect1'ic weld-
er and oxygen and acetylene tanks,
which are used for brazing and cutting
metal. The shop is under the instruction
of Mr. Elmer Ruth.
Each student is given a ring of ten
checks with his number stamped on each
check. Whenever he needs any tools, he
goes to the tool crib and hands a check
in for the tool he wants. In order to get
the metal he needs, he has to fill out a
requisition slip on which is written the
dimensions of the stock. the type of
metal. and the student's name.
Almost anything can be made or re-
paired that is not too large in size. Pre-
cision work is done mostly on the lathes
and grinders. This work can be ma-
chined down to within a thousandth of an
inch. All the students learn to operate
the machines and how to lay out their
The Work done may consist of many
operations. Sometimes it is done by one
student, or different students may take
The various members of the Assembly Committee, under the supervision of
our faculty adviser, Miss Martha Bickel, have taken charge of all assemblies
presented during the year. Besides the four paid assemblies provided by the
Antrim Bureau, we have had many excellent programs presented by the membe1's
of our student body.
With the help of Mrs. Herman Shade, our members have presided at the
Chapel exercises, held once each Week.
These persons have served as oflicers of the group: Thomas Hollenbach,
president: Dorothy Reichard, treasurer: and Nancy Berman, secretary.
Bottom Row, Left to Right-Nancy Lindner, Nancy Berman, Mary Lou Milton, Dorothy Reichard.
Top Row, Left to RixzhtfThomas Hollenbach, Dale Peterson. Edgar Fisher, Lin Davis.
The Projectionist Club, under the able supervision of Mr. Swanger, has com-
pleted another successful year of service to the school by showing movies and
slides in the class1'ooms and for assemblies. Many have gone to service clubs as
projectionists. These people are the olficers of the club: president, Dick Moore:
vice president, George Fisher: secretary. Dale Mummey.
First Row, Left to Right-Donald Brumbach, Jay Egli, Thomas Lewis, Scott Kostenbauder, Freda
Temple. Jeannine Staib, Kenneth Stump, Richard Moore. Thomas Hollenbach.
Second Row, Left to Right-Eugene Caicco, Lin Davis, Donald Byerly, Larry Haas, George Hower,
Charles Mathias, Delbert Fisher, Ted Kline, Leroy Miller.
Third Row. Left to Right-'Donald Brown, Kenneth Hess, James Seidel, George Fisher, Edgar Fisher.
Jack Zimmerman, Joseph Frederick.
Fourth Row, Left to Right-Robert Staib, Albert Mull, Harry Hill, Dale Mummey.
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First Row. Left to Right--'Charles Woomer, Harry Hiil, Manzuzersq Fred Campbel
Rearick, James Seksinsky. Terry Zimmerman. Richard Einsixz, Bruce Manning,
Hoy, Jarnes Runynn, Rolferi Beaver. Richard Guffey, Paul Haines. Jack Zimme
Second Row, Left to Right--Elwood Engle-man, Manager: Danny Baker, Richard l
Joseph Frederick, Edgar Fisher, Jacob Moser. Charles Foster, Edwin Wands. R
Lins, William Derr, John Ream. Ralph Nickey. Cy Goff, Inn Davis, Munzrrer.
MILTON 36 ..,......................, MIFFLINBURG 13
Opening the season with an impressive victory. Milton completely overpow-
ered Mifliinburg, to win 36-13. Jake Moser and Don Sheets each scored twice for
MILTON 25 ...................... ,... . . LEWISBURG 0
The Panthers won their first victory in the Shikellamy League and posted their
vcond victory of the season by vanquishing the Lewisburg Dragons, 25-0. Dick
Einsig scored two touchdowns, and Sheets and Norm Brown each added one for
MILTON 12 .....,...................... SELINSGROVE 8
Continuing in victory, Milton played a close contest with a scrappy Selinsgrove
team. Norm B1'own saved the game as he intercepted a pass late in the game and
raced 97 yards to score.
MILTON 0 ..............,... . NORTHUMBERLAND 13
Milton tasted defeat for the first time against a strong Norry combination.
Rodkey and Ford scored for the victors.
MILTON 0 ...,.... ............... .... B L OOMSBURG 12
Milton lost its second game to a highly inspired Bloomsburg team, 12-0. The
Panthers' only threat was destroyed when Bloom's Crawford intercepted a pass
from Dick Barto to Dale Cochran and raced 89 yards for Bloom's second touch-
Row, Left to Right-P. Richard Fisher, Coach: Henry Longenberger, Assistant Coach:
orman Brown. Robert Lazarus, Dick Foust. Dick Strine, Dale Cochran, David Six,
ichard Middleton. Donald Sheets, Thornton Walker, William Walter, Thomas Valunas,
ssistant Coach: Robert Izer, Assistant Coach.
MILTON 7 .... ................ ...,..... . S AYRE 25
Sayre handed Milton their third defeat of the season, 25-7, in a game marked
by long runs. Don Sheets intercepted a pass early in the game for the lone M.H.S.
MILTON 0 ...... .....,............... L OCK HAVEN 39
Aided by two towering ends, Lock HaVen's powerful passing team completely
overcame Milton, as it again tasted defeat, 39-0.
MILTON 7 ......... ............. ........ S U NBURY 33
Sunbury posted a 33-7 victory over an injury-riddled Milton. Except for a few
costly mistakes in the second period, the Panthers played on even terms.
MILTON 13 ,..... ................ J ERSEY SHORE 33
Again Milton fell in the second period, as Jersey Shore scored 20-0 in the first
half: but the Panthers rallied and played Well, to end the game 33-13.
MILTON 20 ............................... DANVILLE 20
Playing the best game of the season against a highly favored Danville eleven,
Milton astonished a delighted crowd by tying 20-20. Don Sheets scored all three
touchdowns, and Bob Lazarus added two important extra points.
MILTON 20 ........... .. . SOUTH WILLIAMSPORT 0
The Panthers found a good combination in the attack of revitalized Jake Moser
and ever faithful Don Sheets. Finishing the season in victory, the Panthers roared
to a 20-0 victory over the Mountaineers.
TOM HILL DALE COCHRAN NORMAN BROWN
DICK MIDDLETON DICK FOUST JACOB MOSER
DICK STRINE VERYL MILROY LIN DAVIS
SENIORS - VARSITY FOOTBALL
NORMAN BROWN KENNETH HESS TOM HILL
VERYL MILROY LIN DAVIS DICK STRINE
. 47 .
First Row, Left to Riyzht--Harry Hill, Veryl Milroy, Dick Strine, Kenneth
1stQtr. 2nc1Qtr. 31-dQtr. 4rhQrr. Trl.
S11llIT101i1l1 . . . . .12 16 22 13 63
Nlilton ....... ..... 1 0 10 1 1 15 46
'lcrscy Shore . . , ..... 16 12 14 18 60
1Wi1ton ...... . . . 5 7 24 14 50
jcrscy Shore . . . ..... 15 15 7 28 65
Milton ....... ..... 1 1 8 12 18 49
Shamokin . . ..... 19 1 1 21 13 64
1V1i1ton . . . . 9 11 11 11 42
Lcwisburg . . . 7 11 16 17 51
1X4i1ton ... ..... 10 14 12 14 50
1Xf1if11in15u1'g . ..... 11 1 1 10 13 44
1V1i1ton ... ..... 13 8 19 13 53
Sclinsgrox c. ..... 14 8 11 10 43
Milton ............ ..... 1 8 19 9 18 64
South Williamsport .... ,.... 1 7 8 16 15 56
Mi1ton ............ ..... 2 1 12 9 8 50
Sunbury . . . ..... 8 12 13 20 53
Milton . . . ..... 12 14 22 15 63
Danvi11e . . . ..... 20 11 19 16 66
1X1i1ton . . . ..... 15 19 11 9 54
Bloomsburg . . , . . 7 14 18 19 58
Milton . . . ..... 16 6 15 15 52
nd Row. Loft to Right---James Tule, Faculty Manager: Jack Zimmer Mana-
1 ' ' S
'er: Randall Narchooi, George Fisher, Joe Frederick, lob Lazarus Me 11
fliller. Leroy Miller, Neal Marsch, Edgar Fisher, Lin Davis, Manayzvr R l t
Northumberland . .
Lewisburg . . .
South VVi1liamsport ....
Danville . .
Northumberland . . .
. U 791'
1stQtr. 211clQt1'. 31'Cl Qtr. 4th Qtr. Trl
9 7 12 17 45
.....19 28 19 17 83
.....ll 2 8 16 37
.....10 6 10 10 36
.....l5 12 11 15 53
.....21 17 14 14 66
.....20 8 13 11 52
.....l7 18 17 18 70
.....ll 10 13 20 54
.....13 13 14 7 47
.....10 6 18 13 47
.....14 8 25 10 57
...l7 16 16 16 65
.....16 5 17 20 58
.....12 19 16 12 59
.....22 20 15 13 70
.....13 10 25 14 62
...9 15 9 17 50
.....12 12 14 14 52
.....12 20 21 19 72
.....18 13 15 14 60
.....11 18 19 9 57
. Basketball Team
First Row, Left to Right-James Morgan,
' J H d ' k M g
Richard Coup. ames en rlc s,
M g David Hartsock, Fred Campb ll Richard Robenolt,
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Sbamokin . . . ..... 32 37 Trevorton .... . . 59
Jersey Shore . . ..... 51 35 Northumberland . 31
Jersey Shore .. ..... 48 34 Lcwisburg .... 32
Sbamolain . . . . . .32 45 Miflbnburg . . . . 44
Lewisburg . . . ..... 36 30 Selinsgrove .,... . 38
Mifllinburg .. ...., 25 30 South VVilliamsport 45
Selinsgrove ........ ..... 3 1 48 Sunbury ......., 55
South Williamsport ........ 45 38 Danville .. 41
Sunbury ......... ..... 3 2 45 Bloomsburg .. 34
Danville . . . . .53 46 Trcvorton . . . . . 37
Bloomsburg ,. ...., 25 24 Northumberland . 27
Bottom Row. Left to Right'-'Connie Finek, Jeannie Necci, JoAnn Young, Uollie Hmheek,
Top Row, Left to Riirht Mary lion Milton, Kay Neuharcl, Nancy Wilson, Molly Wilson.
Scliool spirit inoyecl upward tliis past year, and one of tlie main reasons was a
poppy group of cheerleaders. Wlitli only one cheerleader back from tlie preceding
year, tlie entire squad clicl an excellent job. Tlirougliout tlie year tliey put on pep
meetings, introducing new Clieers and songs. Constant backing of all teams gave tlie
:lieerleatlcrs a very active season.
. 51 .
First Row, Left to Rightfliob Lazarus, Joseph Frederick, Delbert Fisher, Marlin Klapp, Norman
Brown, George Fisher, Raymond Croman, Harold Williams, Richard Morrison.
Second Row, Left to Right-Lloyd Snyder, Robert Derr, Roy Finck, Richard Munson, John Krupkoski
Charles Kerstetter, Thornton Walker, James Kline.
Third Row, Left to Right-Thomas Valunas, Coach: Elmer Ruth, Assistant Coach: James Bolich
Manager: John Young, Manager: Charles Mathias, James Rvvnyan, Raymond Yost, Charles Stahl
Manaszerg Charles Cole, Manager, Charles Savage, Faculty Manager .
. . . . .Lewisburg 7
. . . .Danville 7
. . .Selinsgrove 7
. . .Trevorton 0
. ........ Sunbury 6
. . . .Northumberland 3
. . .Lewisburg l
. . .Danville l
. . .Selinsgrove 0
. . .Mifllinburg 25
. . .Mil-Hinburg 3
VVe, the Echoes Stall of 1953, wish to extend a note of appreciation and thanks
to all who have given their support in making this yearbook possible.
To our advertisers for their understanding and cooperation, we express our
TI-IE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OE MILTON
JOI-IN Y. BUOY
Hardware, Building Materials
STANDARD PRINTING CO., Inc.
B. P. O. E. 913
21 North Front Street
WEST MILTON STATE BANK
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES
AMERICAN LEGION POST I7I
TI-IE MILTON BANK 81 SAFE DEPOSIT CO.
"The Friendly Bank"
THE FAMOUS DEPARTMENT STORE
62 South Front Street
EUSTACE MOTORS INC.
DeSoto - 679 South Front Street - Plymouth
Texaco Service - I7 Bound Avenue
2OI Mahoning Street
BEACH EL'S TAXI SERVICE
"Portraits That Live"
BROADWAY HARDWARE STORE
Frigidaire Appliances - 36 Broadway
BEST FURNITURE sroke
Lower Market Street
BUDMAN'S AUTO BODY
OTZINACHSON COUNTRY CLUB
R. o. +2
A. A. BOWMAN Cv SON
Nash Sales and Service
REA Cv DERICK
Broadway and Front Street
BRIGHT T. BYERLY MEAT MARKET
STAMM'S DAIRY BAR
Homemade Ice Cream
Broadway Road - Phone 915
SINGER SEWING CENTER
112 South Front Street - Phone 1191
J. D. MAYES JR.
ound Avenue - Memorials - Phone
83 Broadway - Phone 55-W
KRAMM'S FUNERAL HOME
400 N. Front Street
YOCUM'S COAL YARD
KAY'S BEAUTY SHOP
I0 South Front Street
LESTER STAHL'S GROCERY
420 Hepburn Street - Phone 447
FlNCK'S TYDOL SERVICE
Earl W. Finck, Prop.
LITTLE FLOWER KIDDIE SHOP
Infants' and ChiIdren's Wear
Ladies' Lingerie, Hosiery
THE KEISER PHARMACY
I99 S. Front Street
WEST BRANCH CREAMERY
46 Prospect Avenue
ARTHUR R. ISHIGURO
WEST MILTON, PENNSYLVANIA
"Where Beauty Lives"
MILTON TEEN CANTEEN
Keepsake Diamond and Hamilton and Elgin Watches
43 BROADWAY, MILTON, PENNSYLVANIA
Exclusive But Not Expensive
MILITARY ORDER OF THE COOTIE
Shikellamy Pup Tent 450
F. D. Grant, Commander
MIDDLESWORTH RADIO 8I T. V. SERVICE
190 South Front Street
SHOWERS BROS. GARAGE
232 Mahoning Street
IRA B. BALDWIN POST NO. 1665,
V. F. W.
"Best of Luck"
To the Class ot '53
HASSINGER BROTHERS GARAGE
245 Filbert Street -- Phone 759
BICKEL'S GARBAGE SERVICE
Office: 3 Elm Street
AZINGER FURNITURE CO.
37 S. Front Street - Phone 9II
59 South Front Street
SEARS ROEBUCK AND CO.
66 Broadway - Phone 500
Phone 304-M or 303-M
MILTON CLEANING AND PRESSING CO
I3 Broadway - Phone 9580
IOI North Front Street - Phone 458
W. T. GRANT CO.
I7 South Front Street -- Phone 457
DIXIE LEE BEAUTY SALON
25 Bousd Avenue - Phone 2IO-W
General Electric and Westinghouse Appliances
BROADWAY, MILTON, PENNSYLVANIA
For Distin:tive Wom2n's Apparel
J. J. NEWBERRY
MiIton's Big Family Store
R. D. CROSSLEY
Jeweler and Watchmaker
FRONT STREET, MILTON, PENNSYLVANIA
McDANIEL'S ICE CREAM
Made Fresh Daily
S. Front Street - Phone 4I6
DUNKELBERGER'S QUALITY GROCERY
and Submarine Shop - 220 Arch Street
YOUR FRIENDLY JEWEL MAN
"Best of Luck"
Class of '53
WOLF DREIFUSS STORE
45 South Front Street - Phone 7I5
BUFFALO VALLEY DAIRY
334 Hepburn Street -- Phone 256
43 South Front Street - Phone IO3-R
AMERICAN CAR 81 FOUNDRY CO.
Best of Luck Class of '53
BOGLE'S ORANGE 81 BLACK
Specializing in Homemade Ice Cream
BOLEN'S DEPARTMENT STORE
"MiIton's No. I Bargain Store"
SUNSERI'S FRUIT MARKET
C. D. CLARK
Ford Sales and Service
ELLEN'S PET SHOP
I67 S. Front Street
THE ELITE SHOPPE
Extends Congrztulotons to the
Class of I953
4I0 Arch Street - Phone 527
Free Delivery Service MILTON, PENNSYLVANIA
W. A. DEHART
MILTON YMCA NEEDS YOU
You Need the YMCA
DALE E. RANCK
45 N. FRONT STREET, MILTON, PENNSYLVANIA
RELIABLE FURNITURE CO.
Front and Center
FLORA ELIZABETH SHOPPE
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