Milton High School - Echoes Yearbook (Milton, PA)

 - Class of 1957

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'Eu' -iffy! was 2322? 1:-ag:-. .Sarraf 'Q-2: ,tgrb ,. .,, " .- .IE SJ: det N 0 I qi? 4'-ff'?f .w . . .... ,bb n' 'nd' . 055 'C 3"S3"3' J' 5,1- :gl-F 3:3 . 123' n-T. .... 33" r x - nl... fa.- .35-' ,fs "?i'?f. 5 .- Ee, :f,f'35 s '-:,: . .9 A '-EY.-fi i. '25 J' -.R . -. :- X W ,- RLRL 1 Ez' ' -J'-E.. V E-.51 -E- 'Cg " N-32 T-latte ey? if':,.', This edition of ECHOES is presented by the class of 1957 to keep ever alive the memories of our studies, sports, school activities, and all those who have done their utmost to prepare us for the highest achievement of which each of us is capable. 2 ,. 1, 'VN ' . pe: ,. 'jf?45ii"f:Vwxnxxx iw fy- f 1 17 ww 'wi' A35 7 ff WAN :ff 1a:iL : ff4 f - 4 51, Q ,WE'1z+ ' far fm A 2 ww wh -ff ' QL ' i gh 'L esxsesgn .' 'E' lg . 75 PM , mv Q " ,gzwfif 9 i , 'II'V: w2sffv. I J "" X :1ugZfwx.'xlkk.W 7fQfQJLffff.1L?,,. ' ,E-P '11 ---" Ll J- ' 25 V . , , . , :fa wg: f '- X 1 My M ,, N W 5 J, Ji' ,iv f 4.if5253i1'f:" f' 113' 'Y f A ,Ami "+m zgse: + V. . ,,.., qv, ,1.,:Jgg1f:.n , M fun' + W 4 ',,,.,,4 ,sl rw :div L sMf52Q1.sf H -wg ff,m::fi.k - -, , -A,,35f5.gigfir1 -, Lx ng ., K ,Mgsl . fini 7351 T. "la, I' J n " .lgl"I,,,L Q 1 W A' in 'K , wx 'z 1 u " Wwwnlwf' ' ,QE tj Ie! .1 ' v L5 N , X ' Y, i K 'Wi uf P f , I U, N mf. 1-.. , dw? ',.,w'W , 4 x , V- - f. K f me .?"f35'f"P2,i'1"Q 'A " W mmf af-f .V 1 'WL -fu: .V H , -v . rf-av L, .H- iw, W H '91-ef , .iff . -"F'r'l AT, h .bfi .W . ,.,. ., x Congratulations to the Class of 1957 on having achieved the important goal of graduation from high school. Try to think of this time, not as an end or even a pause in your education, but rather an entrance into a broader field from which to gain more knowledge and experience. Even though you live in a fast changing period in world affairs, by holding fast to our American ideals you face a new world of hope and opportunity for all. During your school experience you have been developing character and personality as well as learning facts. Such valuable qualities as integrity, worthy ambition, and common sense cannot be measured in a material way, yet they will be of inestimable value in facing the great opportunities of the world of tomorrow. It is the hope of your Board of Education, administrators and teachers that you will become active participants in the affairs of our community, contributing your best efforts to improving its family and church life. We hope that you continue your education and take advantage of the many opportunities that are available to you. We will always be your friends and hope we may be of help to you in the future. May you have a full and successful life. Sincerely yours, Albert G, W. Schlegel Superintendent of Schools 1'."'77'-': -, '-x " . Y , -.nz 5 . 1 4 -'..'4-rl' :iii Ziff: I fs' 4 are P-.-Z' Q- gl, s .' ' 0 . xggtvi. . "USF- ' Wg. gr, ' U S u F' K ' ,?1,:2r. '2""':s ' .125 - 1-'Q-,.-SLQ . 'fakgglfs ., 21453 gh ss.. K ,il Y ' ' .e , , f . .-,I . Members of the Class of 1957: In choosing as the theme of your year book Achievement in the Jet Age, you are showing your awareness of the speed of the times in which you have been growing, developing, and living. This same awareness, from my observation and knowlege of you as individuals, has always characterized your outlook and behavior. You seem, somehow, to recognize the forward sweep of the times in which you are living and leaming. We all realize that such words as automation, supersonic speed, cobalt bombs, transistors, artficial satelite, and Dacron fabric were not part of the general vocabulary when you started your educational career twelve years ago. Then they were just a part of someone's dream. Just as this new and modern school from which you will soon be graduated was a dream in the minds of the people responsible for the planning of the education of your class. May you as individuals continue to follow this pattern which you have set and move forward to develop great achievements and dream lofty dreams which will lead to better things for all mankind. My congratulations and best wishes go with you on your flight into the challenging and unexplored future. JA!! Sincerely yours, - 1' F-.fyK,. I o 'I ni' '- DR. A. C. W. SCHLEGEL M. M. KOSTENBAUDER Superintendent of Schools Principal B.A., M.A., Ed.D. B.S., M.S. fkkfff' if Vwmj THOMAS L, BART0 MR. G. LAWRENCE NU A . Janitor B gROWN Q ciiilanet shop .vi ,V M. MARTHA BICKEL B.A., M.A. B.S., M.S. English, French COUHSCIOF MRS. MURRY BUTLER JANE E. BOWER JOSEPH C. D'AMELIO B.S. M.Ed. Art Education Social Studies Art Supervisor MRS, G. LAWRENCE P. RICHARD FISHER BROWN B.A., M.A. B.S. Math Business Education JULIA C. HAGENBUCH B.S., M.S. Business Education MARLIN HARTMAN Auto Shop ROBERT L. IZER B.S., M.Ed. Physical Education GEORGE L. KEARNEY B.S. English, History HENRY W. LONGENBERGER Business Math, Commercial Geography, Economics, Law and Selling MRS. CHARLES LONTZ B.A., M.A. English CHARLES LONTZ B.A., M.A. Biology, History K. FRED MAUGER B.S., M.S. English, Journalism, Counselor R. A. MELLMAN B.S. Driver Education ROSS J. MOORE B.M.E. Music, Band, Chorus MRS. THOMAS MUSSER B.S., M.Ed. Home Economics MAE NEUGARD B.S. Business Education PHOEBE M. REINHART B.A., M.A. Librarian NANCY S. ROBERTS B.S. Physical Education and Health MRS. EMANUEL P. ROHRBACH School Secretary ELMER RUTH Machine Shop MRS. J. HERMAN SHADE B.A., M.A. Latin, English HARRY B. SMITH Janitor CHARLES H. SOWERS B.S., M.S. Math, Problems of Democracy MRS. ERIC SPECHT B.S. Home Economics HOMER C, STAMM HARRY E. SWANGER Janitor B-S-, M5- Chemistry, Physics, Vocational Science RAY L. TAYLOR JAMES O. TULE B.S., M.A. B.S. Mathematics, Drawing Director of Vocational Education EVAN C. WILLIAMS Electric Shop 511155 Song fTune: True Love j Sometimes, seniors fail to make use of their school daysg They are ever so wrong--For Oh, how lucky we are. Well, the time has come when we must depart, Dear friends, Our school days end. We leave to you just a memory Of those happy days. For as we leave dear old Milton High School, We know in our hearts we are sad. And we give to you all the happiness of these years gone by. We'll realize as the time goes by That we still have much to learn. But someday we shall all meet again, For friendships never end. Che Orange and Klack 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 three long years of High School Midst the scenes we know so well, There's a mystic charm to knowledge We vainly seek to spellg Or we win athletic victories On the football field or track, Still we work for Milton High School And the Orange and the Black. When our high school days are over And life looms up before, We recall those days of gladness That come again no more. Still we banish care and sadness As we turn our memories back, And recall those days of gladness 'Neath the Orange and the Black. Smirfrs 65 -I - 1 -i1'?v!' 5' 'xy 'W - l i i II iifst ? ' i l ii 2. i i 1 ' W, V President Vice President RICHARD MISAVAGE LARRY MILLER Secretary Treasurer LOIS .IEAN SHOWERS ROBERT BARTON President? Message It is with mixed emotions I write this message to the graduating class and to all members of the student body: happiness that we have completed the prescribed course of study, but sadness that we are leaving such pleasant associations. I am sure the graduates will agree with me that our twelve years in school have been the happiest, most carefree years we can ever hope to have. It is my sincere wish that all the undergraduates will take advantage of every opportunity our wonderful school offers. I would like to express my heartfelt thanks to every member of the faculty for their untiring efforts in trying to help us become better men and women. In closing I would like to wish each and everyone the very best throughout life and may God bless you all. BENJAMIN CLARK BARTO "Bc-nje" College Prep ln, all sports he really shines, You will never find him behind. Key Club 2, 3g Projectionist Club 3, 43 Intramural Basket- ball, ,IV 23 Varsity 3, 43 Intramural Baseball 23 Football, .IV 23 Varsity 3, 4. ROBERT LESTER BARTON "Bob" College Prep A trombone tooter of great renown, This boy never wears a frown. Treasurer Key Club 2. 3, 43 Band 2, 3, 43 Chorus 2, 3, 4. FRANKLIN P. BEATTY "Onion" Business Well known far and wide, From sports he will never hide. Vice President 23 Assembly Committee 3, 4g School News 43 Student Council 3. 43 Intramural Baseball 23 Basketball JV 23 Football JV 2. Varsity 3, 43 Baseball Varsity 3, 4. ALLENE LOUISE BENDER "Allene" General Allene is short and sweet, To know her is a treat. Echoes 43 School News, Social Editor 43 GAA 2, 3, 4g Tri-Hi-Y 3. 4g Intramural Badminton 2g Baseball 3, 43 Chorus 3, 4. CAROL LEE GAIL ACOR "Carol" General Carol is full of pep and fun, She keeps the fellows on the run. GAA 2, 3, 43 Tri-I-Ii-Y 3, 43 Basketball 23 Volleyball 2, 33 Chorus 4. JOSEPHINE GRACE AIKEY LLJOVY Secretarial A better friend could never be found, If you were to travel the whole world round. GAA 3, 4. GERALD LEE BAKER njerryw Vocational Here's a curly headed boy. Who brought the class a lot of loy- Projeclionist Club 2, 4. SHIRLEY IRENE BAKER SKS' 79 , Geferal Wherever she goes, There's always time for a cheerful "Hella" GAA 2, 3, 4g Volleyball 2g Chorus 3, 4. ,. ...H .,,, , H , ,, ...H ELIZABETH MILLER BOLICH "Betsy" College Prep Here is a girl who likes to read, And we know she will surely succeed. Historian 2, Echoes 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 42 BHflflliHf0H 2, 4, Chorus 4, Camera Club, President 4, Mixed Chorus 4. BYRON RICHARD BROWN Machine Shop Here is our boy, Byron Brown, A quieter friend could not be found. ,IV Basketball 2, 3, ,IV Football 2, 3. .IACQUELINE ROBERTA BRUCH 'klacl-nie" College Prep This lively girl, Jackie Bruch, Canlt be beat by hook or by crook. Echoes 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Chorus 3, 4. POLLY ANN CAMPBELL upollyn College Prep This young lady has a fair, open mind, We think that she's a very good find. Echoes 4, Student Council 2, 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Chorus 3, 4, Photography Club 4. JUDITH ANN BETZ KC-Iudieb Commercial Secretary Always with her pony tail neat, She is a classmate who can't be beat. GAA 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Bad- minton 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4. GEORGE BISHOP "Ceorgie', College Prep Intelligent indeed, We know he'll succeed. Student Council 4, Treasurer 4, Key Club 4, Chorus 4. JUDITH ANN BLAIR H-Iudyii Commercial Laughing and joking all the while, Always ready to make you smile. Echoes 4, School News 2, 3, 4, GAA 2, 3. 4, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 2, 3, Badminton 2, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4. JULIA ELIZABETH BOCLE csJuays9 Commercial Julia is surely good in gym, As a secretary she has lots of vim. GAA 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 2, 3, Badminton 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Chorus 4, Camera Club 4. MERRILL NATON COUP "Custom" Electric Shop A Ford convertible is driven by Merrill, And you seldom see him without his girl. Projectionist Club 43 Baskeabll 2, 3, 4-5 Volleyball 2, 3, 49 Baseball 2, 3, 4. IVIARJORY ANNE CUPP "Marge" College Prep Man's work is from sun to sun, Marjory's work is never done. Class Officer 3, Echoes, Editor 45 Student Council 2g GAA 2, 3, 4g Tri-Hi-Y 4g Chorus 43 Photography Club 4. GRACE ANNETTE DAVIS "Gracie" College Prep A bright-eyed maiden with lots of pep, On the cheerleading squad she really is hep. Echoes 4, GAA 2, 3, 43 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 43 Band 2, 3, 4, Chorus 3, 45 Cheerleader 3, 4. GARY ARDELL DEANER ucaryyv College Prep Cary is humorous, he is fun, He is a friend of everyone. Echoes 43 JV Football 2g Chorus 3, 45 Photography Club 4, Mixed Chorus 3, 4. SHIRLEY MARIE CHAPPELL "Shirley" Secretarial Short, sweet, eyes of blue, A friend that is always true. GAA 2, 3, 4. .IACQUELINE MAE CHERE "Jackie" General Very quiet and upon her toes, She will be a hit wherever she goes. Echoes 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 2. 3, 4: Badminton 2, 4. CHARLIE ELIVIER CLAYTON "Chuck" Machine Shop Here is a boy from Machine Shop, ln his work he is always on lop. FREDA CLARA COHRS "Clara" General From the country this girl hails, ln her work she never fails. CAA 2, 3, 4g Volleyball 3. PATRICIA ANN DIEHL ilpatv General Patsy works at Rd'cD's, With her smile she'll always please. GAA 2, 3, 4. RENNY DEAN DOTTS nsonnyu Vocational This boy works in Auto Shop, His friends rate him on the top. Projectionist Club 4. THOMAS LEROY ENGLEMAN "Squeek" College Prep Small and mighty is our boy, Terry, When he's around the time is sure merry. Echoes 4, Key Club 2, 3, 4g Hi-Y 33 Basketball Manager 1, 2, 3, 4. JACK EUGENE FISHER "Zeke" Auto Shop Here's a lad called Zeke, His ideas are always unique. Baseball 2g Basketball 2, 4g Varsity Basketball 4, Varsity Football 3, Varsity Baseball 4. CHARLES LEWIS DEITRICK "Chic" College Prep His school work is done very well, And in football he does excel. Echoes 4, Key Club 3, 45 Projectionist Club Secretary 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y Vice President 2, 3, Basketball 2, 3, Baseball 23 ,IV Football 3, 4g Varsity Football 3, 4. MARY CATHERINE DEITRICK 5CMary!! General A cheery shy smile from this lass, ls always seen as you pass. GAA 2, 3, 4, Library Club 25 Volleyball 2, 4, Badminton 2. JANET LOUISE DERR "Sable" Business Janet you will find, ls one of the more active kind. Echoes 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 43 Volleyball 2, 3, 41 Badminton 2, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4. VALEDA IRENE DERR HS' 95 Geieral You can search the town both high and low, But not find a nicer girl we know. Echoes 4g GAA 2, 4. JOAN TERESA FLOYD "Joni" Business Sl1e'slo1'able, she's sweet, Sheis a girl that's hard to beat. CAA 2. 3, 4. DIANNE FOUST uDe'v Business Dianne has pretty blonde hair, She is liked by everyone. everywhere. Echoes 4: School News 2. 3. 43 GAA 2. 3, 43 Basketball 2, 31 Volleyball 2. 31 Badminton 2. 4: Baseball 2. SANDRA JEANNE FOUST "Sandy" College Prep Bright and pretty is our Sandy, In GAA she is really handy. Sophomore Year Secretary: ,Junior Year Sceretaryg Assem- bly Committee 3, 4, Echoes 4g CAA 3, 4. Vice President 3, President 4: Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4. President 3g Basketball 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 2, 3. 4g Badminton 4g Chorus 4g Photography Club 43 Student Council Play 3. lVlARLlN EUGENE FREBERIK "Marty" Vocational Marlin is a small guy, Who is a little shy. LARRY MATHEW FISHER HB so AuiiJtShop Vocational Larry is seen and not heard, For he hardly ever utters a word. Baseball, Intramural 2. NANCY JEAN FISHER "Nancy" General ln all sports she does excel, We surely think that she is swell. CAA 2, 3. 4g Baseball 2, 3. 4, Volleyball 2. 3. 45 Badmin- ton 2, 3. 45 Baseball 2. 3. 4. RINDA JANE FISHER "Rinda" Business This girl is a very busy lass, Never do you see her loafing in class. Echoes 4g CAA 2. 3. 43 Tri-Hi-Y 3. 4. St-eretary 4. KATHLEEN MARY FLANIGAN "Kathie" Business A girl who can perform a shenanigan, ls our peppy rheer- leader, Kathleen Flanigan. Echoes 4, CAA 2, 3, 45 Tri-Hi-Y 3. 4g Chorus 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 49 Volleyball 2, 3, 45 Badminton 2, Baseball 3g Scribe 2 in CAA. GARLAND FREDERICK GEARY "Skip" Business ln sehool he is an all around guy, Wl1o's very -tall and also spry. Class Officer 23 Eehoes. Sports Editor 43 Student Council 2. 3. 43 ,IV Basketball 2: IV Football 23 Varsity Football 3. 43 Varsity Basketball 3. 4: Varsity Baseball 2. GAROLE BOWMAN GLOVER "Carole" College Prep Pretty antl neat, She's harrl to beat. Eehoes 4: Student Council 33 GAA 2. 3. 43 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 43 llaskftbalil 2. 3 43 Ville ball 3. 4' Badminton 2. 43 Base- . I Q , y H ball 3: Band 2. 3. 43 Nlajorette 2, 3.4. MARY VIRGINIA GOLFIERI "Ginny" Seeretarial In typing class she has the speed, As a waitress she takes the learl. Echoes 43 School News 3, 43 CAA 2. 3. 43 GAA Treasurer 43 Tri-Hi-Y 43 Basketball 2, 43 Volleyball 2. 43 Badminton 43 Chorus 2. NANCY LOUISE GRITTNFIR uNaney" General Where there is laughter Naney is there, She is a neat miss who has pretty brown hair. Echoes 43 School News 2, 3. 43 GAA 2. 3. 43 Basketball 43 Volleyball 2. 3. 43 Badminton 2. 4. MICHAEL ANTHONY FREDRICK "Mike" General Mike is manager of the ,football team, He is always in a good nzoofi and on the beam. School News. Assistant Sports and Art Editor3 Manager for ,IV Basketball, Football. Varsity Basketball, Football. CHARLOTTE LOUISE FRY "Chariot" General Charlot plays the rlarinet in the band, And we surely think that she is grand. GAA 2. 3, 4g Tri-Hi-Y 3. 43 Intramural Volleyball 33 Band 2, 3. 4. DONALD WAYNE FRY .Donn General Dark and handsome, what a man, Not everyone can play sports like that guy can. JV Basketball 2. Varsity 2, 3. 4. GAIL ARDETTE GABLE "Gail" Secretarial Gail is surely a real swell pal, How eooulfl we ever get along without this gal? Echoes 43 GAA 2. 3, 43 Tri-Hi-Y 3. 43 Intramural Basket- ball 2, 43 Volleyball 23 Baseball 2, 43 Band 2. 3, 4g Chorus 2. 4. JAMES LEONARD HASSINCER "jim" Vocational Here's a fellow that's always on the run, When driving a car or just having jun. DONALD EUGENE HAUCK "Don" Vocational When llnnalrl travels with the boys, There is sure to be lots of noise. Baseball 2. FLORAL ARBUTA HAUCK nllooisu Business Accounting Arbum has I1 very niwe IL'l1j'. We would surely miss her from day to day. UAA 2. 3, 4. SARA ELIZABETH HEIMBACH "Sare'f"' Secretarial This girl is a Very quiet soul. We all know she will rearh her goal. , CAA 2, 3. 4g Basketball 2g Volleyball 24 Badminton 2. X X DORIS ARLENIS GUFFEY "Doris" Vocational Home Evonomies Here's a girl you rarely hear or see, A surr'ess some clay she will be. GAA 2, 3. JOHN KEYES HAMMOND "Tiny" College flfligllty hanrlsome, big and strong, This boy is seldom wrong. Class Officer 23 l'rojvt'tionist Club 43 JV Football 23 Varsity Football 3. 4. VIRGINIA AILI-ZEN IIARBEF-ON "Ginny" College lntellevtual with fashions neu: Tlm1's the way wt' will re- member you. Evboes 41 CAA 2. 3. 4g Tri-Hi-Y 3. 43 llasketball 2. 3. 43 Volleyball 2, 3, 4: Badminton 2. 4: liasvball 2. 3, 4-g Major- ette 2. 3. 43 Head Majorettt- 3. 45 Mix:-tl Chorus 3, 4. RICHARD WILLIAM HARTMAN "Dick" Vocational Things in Auto shop done by Dirk. Are rertainly :lone mighty quirlf. Baseball 2. l .lAMES lRVlN IDDINGS "Elmer" Vocational This lad is on the ball, Surely he is liked by all. JV Football 2. JAMES CARL IKELER "Jim" Vocational From Pottsgrove hails this guy, In everything he does he's sure to get by. Camera Club 4. MARYANN KEEBLER "Men" Vocational Home Economics A very quiet girl is MaryAnn, The guy who gets her will be a lucky man. GAA 2. 3. 4-. BEVERLY JANE KEEFER "Bev" Secretarial Tall and nice is our Beverly, Things by her are done quite cleverly. School News 4g GAA 2, 3. 4-g Basketball 2, 3g Volleyball 2. 3g Baseball 23 Chorus 2. 3. 4. DENNIS LEE HILNER Vocational Wherever there-'s mischief, Dennis is around, Just take a look, he's sure to be found. DOLORES ANN HOFFMAN "Dodie" General This girl has a lot of pep, You will never find her Ollt of step. CAA 43 Chorus 4g Intramurals-Basketball 4: Volleyball 3, 45 Badminton 4-. LAURA RAE HOFFMAN "Laurie" Secretarial Sweet and gay, ls our little Laura Rae. GAA 2, 3. 4, Secretary 35 Intramurals-Basketball 2, Bad- minton 2g Cheerleader 3, 4. DOROTHY MAE HOLLENBACH "Dottie" Secretarial From West Milton hails this lass, She's a girl that's hard to surpass. Echoes 4-g GAA 2, 3, 43 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4g Volleyball 2g Base- ball 3, 4g Chorus 2. JOANNA LEE KESTER mln" Secretarial Joanne is a little short, And she is a very good sport. CAA 3, 43 Intramurals-Volleyball 33 Badminton 23 Band 2, 3. DONALD DEWEY KETCHEM 'LSam" Vocational Tall and lanky, full of fun, A favorite of everyone. JV Basketball 2g JV Football 234 Varsity Football 3, 43 Varsity Baseball 3. 4. RUBY ELAINE KING '6Elaine" Vocational Home Economics GAA 2, 3, 43 Intramurals-Volleyball 2, 3g Badminton 2: Baseball 2. WILLIAM HENRY KLINC "Bill" College Prep To our class he has been worthwhile, On his face he always wears a smile. Echoes 43 Chorus 4: Photography Club 4. SHEBRY LEE KEEFEB "Sherri" Secretarial Sherry's diamond theigirls all envy, A Sll!'!'85Sflll wife we know she will be. Echoes 43 School News 2, 3. 4g CAA 2, 3, 43 Intramurals- Basketball 23 Volleyball 23 Band 2. GLADYS ELIZABETH KEISTER "Shorty" Secretarial A cheery smile and a friendly hello, That's Gladys where- ever she may go. Assembly committee 2, 3, 43 Echoes 43 CAA 2, 3, 4g Intra- murals-Basketball 23 Volleyball 23 Baseball 23 Chorus 4. DIANA LOUISE KPIRSTETTPIR "Diana" Secretarial Herels a girl who's never grim, you will always find her fall of pep and vim. Echoes 43 School News 2, 3. 43 CAA 2, 3. 43 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4g Intramurals-Basketball 2, 3, 43 Volleyball 2, 3, 43 Badminton 2, 4g Baseball 2. 3. 43 Band 2, 33 Majorettc 3. DOROTHY LEE KERSTETTER "Dooley" Dottie has hair of flaming red, In her work she is always ahead. Echoes 43 GAA 2, 3, 43 Intramurals-Basketball 2, 43 Volleyball 2, 33 Badminton 2, 43 Baseball 2, 3, 4. RICHARD ALLEN MEESE "Dick" General Richard Meese is such a quiet boy, To find many like him would be a joy. CARMEN DEE MERTZ "Carmen" Secretarial Carmen, who helped lead the cheers fast and loud, ls a welcome guest in any crowd. CAA 2. 3, 43 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4g Intramurals-Volleyball 2, 3g Badminton 2, 33 Baseball 2, 3: Chorus 3. 4: Cheerleader 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM ROGER MIDDLESWORTH "B'll" Vobational Here is a fellow who's name is Bill, To get ahead is always his will. Projectionist Club 4g Intramural Baseball 2. GEORGE FRANKLIN MILLER "Nazi" College Prep We will not forget this boy's name, For he plays in sports and has won alot of fame. Projectionist Club 43 ,IV Basketball 2, Varsity 3. 4: JV Football 2. Varsity 2. 3, 4: Varsity Baseball 3. 4. .IANET MARETTA KOCH HJanet91 Business With her jokes and smile, Keeps us happy all the while. Echoes 4g CAA 2, 3, 4g Intramurals-Basketball 2. 3g Vol- leyball 2, 3g Badminton 25 Baseball 2. LESTER EDWARD KRUMM "Eddie" Vocational Never a dull moment when he's around, A nicer guy cannot be found. Projectionist Club 3. RAYMOND FRANCIS LEESER 65Ray77 Business Very well groomed is our boy Ray, All the girls swoon when he comes their way. Band 2, 3, 4. CHARLES EDWARD LENTZ "Fence" College Prep Charles plays the big bass drum in band, To everyone he will always lend a hand, Band 2, 3, 4, Photography Club 4. Qziiisitiw. ' ' " tv: 1 ' A DAVID A. MORGAN "David" Vocational When we go past our boy Dave, He will usually look and then wave. JEAN LILLIAN MOSER Litleanff Secretarial Here is our girl jean. In her work she is always keen. GAA 2. 3. 43 lntramurals-Basketball 2. 3g Volleyball 2g Baseball 2, 3. MARGARET GERTRUDE MOSER "Peggy" , Vocational Home Economics Peggy is a very witty lass, Left them in stitches in Home Ee class. GAA 2. 3. 4-3 Intramurals Basketball 33 Volleyball 2, 3, 4-Q Baseball 2. 3. MARY FIANNA NEWMAN "Peaches" Business This lass has the most beautiful eyes, With them she wins many sighs. GAA 2. 33 GAA Representative 4g Intramurals-Basketball 2, 3. 4: Volleyball 2, 3. 43 Badminton 2, 3, 43 Baseball 2. 3, 43 Band Color Guard 3, 4. JUDITH ANN MILLER utludy., Secretarial Our girl Judy is tall and rlarlr, and her singing is like that of fl larlr. Echoes 4: GAA 2. 3. 43 lntramuralsv-Basketlmall 23 Volley- ball 2. 35 Badminton 23 Girls' Chorus 3. LARRY JAMES MILLER HL J.. Vocational When you are arounrl and want no rest, Ash' ,lor Larry, he is the best. Class Vice President 41 Key Club 43 Basketball 2-lntra- muralsg Varsity Baseball 2, 3. 4. RICHARD MISAVAGE "Diek', Business Full of humor is our boy Dirk, Remarks by him are very sliek. Class president 4g Student Council 3. 43 Intramurals-Bas ketball 2g JV Basketball 33 Varsity Baseball 2. 3. 4: Basket- ball Manager 3, BONITA .IEANNE ANN MOREHART "Bonnie" Secretarial ln the gym she ran always be seen, For in sports this girl is lfeen. GAA 3, 4g Library Club 3g lntramurals-Basketball 3, 4g Volleyball 3, 43 Badminton 2. 3. 43 Baseball 2, 3. 4g Girls' Chorus 4. lo S L -.- in . yr, 'tv . .tf kt lssi it . 2 STANLEY RICHARD PHLEGER "Cortez" Vocational Tall. rlarh' and har1flso111e is this larl. Any girl who could have hi111 woulrl be glml. CAROLINE MARGARET PHILLIPS "Caroline" Secretarial For a .lrieml on her flcpenrl, Marty a smile she will lend. Ecluovs 41 CAA 2. 3. 4, DONALD RAMON PURSELL "l,ug:ger" General Our guy Don is fall anal lzloml. Anil is liked by students one anrl all, pI'lljt'C'll0IllSI Club 43 lntraniurals-Basketball 23 Baseball 2: ,IV llasketliall 23 Varsity Basketball 3. 4g Varsity Foot- lmall 2, 3. 43 Baseball Manager 2, 3. 4. MILES ROBERT REARICK "Miles" Vurational Some are quiet, some are shy, Both can be found in this one guy. KENNETH EUGENE NOLL "Nolley" Vocational A shop boy is he, With no parlieizlar she. BARBARA JO NUNN l'BarlJie Jo" Secretarial Pretty to walk with, Witty Io tall: with. Senior Class Historian 43 Echoes 4g GAA 2, 3. 4, Business Manager 4g Tri-Hi-Y 3. 4. Treasurer 3. President 43 lntra- murals-Basketball 3, 4: Volleyball 2. 3. 43 Badminton 2, 3, 4-g Band 2, 3. 43 Majorctte 3. SHIRLEY ANN OBERDORF "Sliirl" Shirley is small ,leaturerl we know, Far in life she is sure to go. GAA 2. 3, 4g Intramurals-Badminton 3, 4-3 Baseball 3. 4. JOHN EDWARD PFLEEGOR ..Peak., Vocational .lohn is always in a hurry, And seldom has a worry. W3 --?"f"""l W KAYE NOLA RUSSELL HKU.. General Give her a whirl, She's a good humor girl. Echoes 4, GAA 2, 3, 4-g Basketball 2, 4, Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Badminton 2, 4, Baseball 2, 4. NANCY JEAN RUSSELL "Nance" Vocational Home Economics Nancy is a girl we all admire, Of her we will never tire. GAA 2, 3, 45 Volleyball 2. ROBERT RALPH SAMPSELL "Sam" Business Blushing Bob, Makes every girl's heart throb. Treasurer 3g Key Club 2, 3, 43 Baseball 2g .IV Basketball 2, 3, 43 ,IV Football 2, 3, 4, Varsity Basketball 3, 4, Varsity Football 3, 4, Varsity Baseball 3. 4. SARA JANE SANDERS "Sara Jane" General She is a pleasure for you to meet, A personality that ean't be beat. GAA 2, 3, 4: Library Club 3, 45 Intramurals Volleyball 2, 3. LAWRENCE EDWARD REICH ..Larry,, Business Wherever there is a joke to be found, Larry is always around. ROBERT GEORGE REICHARD "Ernie" General In the band he plays a corner, In life he will succeed we're willing to bet. Band 2. 3, 43 Chorus 3, 4. PATSY LORRAINE RHOADS -beat" General Vivacious, witty, and lull of good Cheer, Her singing every- one likes to hear. Echoes 49 GAA 2, 3, 4-4 Badminton 2g Chorus 3, 4. BETTY LOU RUNYAN "Lou" Secretarial Sometimes gay, sometimes shy, Makes a hit with a eerlain sur- Echbes 4: GAA 2, 3, 44 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Volleyball 2, 3, 4g Badminton 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4. fx . DEAN FRANKLIN SHARE "Kublia" Vocational Short mul bright is our boy Dean. Wherever there are hot rolls he can be seen. Key Club 2. 3: Projectionist Club. Viee President 4g Intra- murals-Basketball 23 Baseball 2: ,lV Basketball 2g Varsity Football 43 Vvrestling 4. BETTY ANN SHEETS 'flu-ny" General A nurse she want Io be, She'll reach her goal just wait and see. Echoes 4g CAA 2, 3. 45 Tri-Hi-Y 3. 45 Intramurals-Basket ball 2. 3. 43 Volleyball 2. 3. 4g Badminton 2, 3g Baseball 21 Banfl NANCY LOUISE SHIFFER "Nan" Business This girl who's birthday comes in May, ls liked in every sort of way. GAA 2. 3. 4g Library Club 3. 4g Secretary of Library Club 33 Intramurals-Basketball 2, 3g Volleyball 2, 3. EDNA MAE SHOWERS "Emma" Secretarial You may be attractefl by her pretty face, And among our favorites she'll talfe her place. Echoes 43 School News 2. 3. 4g Student Council 34 GAA 2, 3. 43 Tri-Hi-Y 4g lntramurals-Basketball 2. 3. 45 Volley- ball 2. 3. 4g Badminton 2. 4g Baseball 2g Cheerleader 4. FAY DIANNE SCHRECK up-ayt, Business From her horn comes a beautiful sound, For in the band this girl can be found. GAA 2, 35 Intramurals-Basketball 3: Band 2. 3. 4. JOHN YOUNG SCHREYER ujohn., College Prep Tall and active is this guy, Everyone rates him very high. Echoes 4g Secretary-Treasurer of Key Club 2, 3. 43 Intra- mural Baseball 2g JV Basketball 23 JV Football 2: Varsity Basketball 3. 4g Bancl 2, 3. 4. GRANT DANIEL SHADE "Grant" Vocational A boy who never says I ean't, ls our willing worker Grant LINDA MABLENE SHAFFER "Linda" Secretarial Linda is a lively lass, And .seldom late for class. Echoes 43 GAA 2. 3. 4g Tri-Hi-Y 3. 4g Chaplain of Tri-Hi- Y 43 lntramurals-Basketball 2. 3. 4g Volleyball 2, 3, 43 Badminton 2. 45 Baseball 2. 3. 4. .... ALICE ANN SMITH "Alice" General Alice who is laughing. gay and sweet, In every way is hard to beat. Echoes 4, Student Council 2, GAA 2, 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4, Volleyball 4. JOHN DANIEL SMITH HJ ack!! Vocational ,lack is a boy who really likes horses, But when in school takes shop courses. Projeetionist Club 2. 3, 4, Baseball 2. JUDITH ANN SMITH ".lurly" College Prep Judy is a very nite miss, We rate her high on the Senior list. Echoes 4, Student lSecretaryl Council 3, 4, CAA 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Basketball 2, 3. 4, Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Badmin- ton 2, 4, Baseball 2. 3. 43 Chorus 4, Photography Club 4, Student Council Play 2. CHARLES WALTER SNYDER ask. .. Vociilional lle kept the football team in step, By keeping them supplied with pep. Football Manager 2, 3. 4. LOIS JEAN SHOWERS 'iShime" Secretarial Here is 11 girl whose nirkname is uSl1lI71l'.,, ln her school work she is really line. Secretary 4, Echoes 4, School News 2, 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 2, 3, 4, llamlxninton 2, 4, Base- ball 2, 3, 4, Banul 2, 3, 4. DARLENE JOYCE SHRECK HJC., Secretarial A member of a volleyball team, She is really on the beam. Echoes 4, CAA 2, 3. 4, Basketball 2, Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Badminton 4. ANNA CATHERINE SHIIMAN I'Ann" General She's never seen without her smile, For her friends she would walk a mile. Echoes 4, CAA 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Badminton 2, 4. RICHARD MILTON SHURTZ "Dickl' Vocational Richard is a very good worker, To be sure, he is no shirker. B PHILLIP WAYNE TRAINER HPhil71 College Prep Always say something nice about him, For his manner is very trim. Echoes 43 Key Club 2, 3, 4, Intramurals-Basketball 2, Volleyball 2, Badminton 2, Baseball 2, Chorus 3, 4. CARL JOHN VARGO "Carl" Vocational Our guy Carl is rather tall, For him some girl is likely to fall. CAROLINE ROSE VIGNOLA "Tootes" General Caroline is a lifeguard at the Y, We all know she's sure to get by. CAA 2, 3, 4, Intramurals-Basketball 2, 3, 43 Volleyball 2, 3, Badminton 2, 3, 4g Baseball 2, 3, 4. DAVID P. WAHL VDZVEU College Prep On to college we hope he goes, For many a subject this guy knows. Assembly Committee 3, 4, Echoes 4, Student Council 43 Key Club 2, 3, 4g Baseball 2g Chorus 2, 3. SIDNEY HOMER SNYDER 56T0by!! Vocational He isn't quiet, he isn't shy, Anrl with the girls, he is quite a guy. RICHARD JOSEPH TANNER "Cris Bolt" College Prep When you want him you will call, "Dirk," He floes his work smart and quick. Baseball 2, Band 2, 3. SHIRLEY PAYE TEMPLE "Sl1irl" Secretarial We all think a lot of this lass, Who always tloes her work in class. Echoes 4, CAA 2. 3. 4, Historian Club 2, lntramuralsf Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Badminton 2, 3. ROBERT LOGAN THOMPSON "Bob" Vocational Bob is a very smart lad, A better friend could not be had. Projectionist Club 4. l l JOHN ESBENSHADE-WILLARD HJ0hn!! College Prep A little quiet and somewhat shy, Our boy .lohn is quite the guy. Junior Class president 3, Echoes 4g Student Council 23 Key Club president 4, Key Club 2, 35 Band 2, 3, 4. MAHLON WILLIAM WISE "Butch" College Prep As this fellow's name signifies, We all know that he is wise. Student Council 2. DONNA ELAINE WOLFE With art her name you'll always mention, For her drawings attract attention. General Home Ecg Echoes 4g GAA 2, 3, 4, Library Club 3g Intramurals-Volleyball 2, 3, Badminton 2g Girls' Chorus 4. .IEAN ELEANOR YOST "Jeanie" General Here is a girl whose last name is Yost, For our school team she will always boast. GAA 2, 3, 4g Intramurals-Basketball 3, 4-g Volleyball 2, 3, 4g Badminton 2, 43 Baseball 2, 3, 4. MICHEL DAWN WALKER "Mike" College Prep ln the band Mike does exeel, Many of us think she is swell. Echoes 43 GAA 2, 3g Intramurals-Basketball 2, 43 Volley- ball 2, 4g Badminton 2, 4g Baseball 2, 43 Band 2, 4, Girls' Chorus 2, 4. RICHARD EUGENE WALKER 5bDiCk!! College Prep Here is a very talkative boy, but he is always a bundle of 101'- FOREST GIBSON WALTER HGurf97 Vocational Cuff is really lots of fun, He is rontinually found on the run. Band 2, 3. .I OANN WEAVER 54.1059 General Echoes 4-g GAA 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Intramurals-Baskeb ball 2: Volleyball 2, 3, 43 Badminton 2, Baseball 2: Chorus 4. 43 ROSEMARY VIRGINIA RONAED ZENO ZEARF OSS JACK W. ZELLERS ZARTMAN "Zeno" "Tito" "Rosie" College General Secretarial This lad certainly can talk, Beside Smart and studious is Jack In land Quiet, gentle, and always alert, She him, You 110011141 be Pmlld to walk. ness, he d0eS U05 lack doesrft shirlc any of her work. Key Club 2, 3, JV Basketball 2 GAA 2, 3, 4-g Volleyball 33 Bad- Vafsifi' 325652112 3 4 minton 2. 611155 History In September, 1954, we entered Milton Area Joint Senior High School as sopho- mores, and shortly thereafter our class was organized with the election of "Skip,' Geary, Presidentg Frank Beatty, Vice Presidentg Sandy Foust, Secretary! John Ham- mond, Treasurerg and Betsy Bolich, Historian, for one year terms. Plans had to be made for the financing of our yearbook, and our project toward that goal was the sale of greeting cards. In addition to the officers, Mr. Longenberger and Miss Fritz were named our class advisors. John Willard was our Junior President. Assisting him were Terry Neuhard, Vice Presidentg Sandy Foust, Secretary, Bob Sampsell, Treasurerg and Marge Cupp, His- torian. Because of the resignation of Miss Fritz, as class advisor, Mrs. Specht was chosen to succeed her. Black and white were selected as our class colors. The sponsor- ing of a circus in the high school auditorium was the project for this year. What a thrill we experienced when we moved into the new high school with its beautiful modern appointments and added advantages! We picnicked in May at Knoble's Grove. We went in a school bus, and everyone who attended the outing had a wonderful time. Our Senior year was marked by increased class activities under the leadership of Richard Misavage, President, Larry Miller, Vice Presidentg Lois Showers, Secretary, Bob Barton, Treasurerg and Barbara Nunn, Historian. As a result of Mrs. Specht's transfer to Junior High, it was again necessary for us to elect a class advisor. Mrs. Lontz was chosen to see us through our final year. Business really boomed when orders for yearbooks were taken. Three cheers for our 1956 football team: one for the Shikellamy Conference trophy, one for the Susquehanna League trophy, and one for the coveted Alden Dank's trophy! In November, wrestling was inaugurated as our fourth major interscholastic sport with Mr. George Kearney as coach. Sixteen members of our class participated in the class play, "Dino," which was held in January. Throughout our three years at MAJ SHS, we have enjoyed and participated in many activities. The Snow Dance, May Dance, Tri-Hi-Y, the interscholastic and intramural sports, G.A.A., Key Club, Chorus, and Projectionist Club--all have provided us with many exciting moments to which we will later reminisce. As we go our varying ways to seek the goal in life which we have set or will set for ourselves, we will look back and take from our treasure chest all the cherished memories which our high school days have brought. 61115555 and 0rga14iz11fio1f15 55' - 5-" lu' 13. - - g ii'-xv' W- - ig 1 . lf A 1 1 1 n - 1? gl " - E .- A i . junior 611155 President .,....,.......... ..... R ONALD TROUTMAN Vice President ,,..... ,...,,..,,,., J ANICE LOGAN Secretary ............. ........ N ANCY ZECHMAN Treasurer ......... ...........,.. T ERRY ROWE Historian . ..... ....... N ANCY BOWER We, the Class of 1958, have completed our second year of high school, under the guidance of Mrs. Butler and Mr. Kearny. It has been a year of new experiences for all of us. Included in our plans for the year was a Jun- ior Class Play, the first to be presented in our school. 5-i4.t4. President .,.............w, ...,. S ANDRA FOUST Vice President ..,..,,, .,,,..,...... M ARY MARSH Secretary ,,,,,,7,,,,, ....,.....,v,,, H ELEN EVANS Treasurer ..,,..,.,.77.,7, ......... V IRGINIA GOLFIERI Scribe .7.,............,,,,ei,,A ,.,.....,,..... L UCILLE LUPO Publicity Chairman ..e.., ,...,...,.,A.... J ANET CUPP Social Director ......,... A..... N ANCY ZECHMAN Business Manager ,,ee,, ,e..,, B ARBARA NUNN Advisor ............,,..., .....,. M ISS ROBERTS With the help of Miss Roberts, the G.A.A. has had a very successful year. At the beginning of the year a "Hobo Party" and a "Skating Party" were held. Later in the year the club sponsored a 6'Sports Night" for G.A.A. mem- bers and guests, a tureen supper, a HRock 'n Roll Dance," and joined Stu- dent Council inthe sponsorship of the annual uSp0rts Dancef, The year ended with the annual May Dance. First row, left to right Jo Anne Weaver-S Patricia Rhoads-S Gladys Keister-S Norma Keifer-S Mildred Jackson-S Deanna Beaver--S Mary Alice Baker-S Sandra Bastion-S Carole Yocum-A Beverly Bottomstone-A 'Elizabeth Bolich-SS Leona Brown-A Sylvia Mcluauglin-A 'Jacqueline Bruch-SS 'Grace Davis-SS, pianist Shelvie Guyer-SS 'X' -31- "Micl1el Walker-A Second row Nancy Phleegor-S Virginia Yost4S Judith Stutz-S Marilyn Adams-S Carmen Mertz-S Julia BoglefS Ruth Ann Derr-S Jane Foust-S Marsha Fisher--S Shirley BakerfA Judith Gray-SS Patricia Shirk-S Nancy Zechman-SS 46 'iJudith Smith-SS 74 I Jlflwcd Third row: Ruth Wilver-S Dolores Malik-S Donna Wolfe-S Judith Hause-A Kathleen Flanigan4SS Sandra FoustfA Polly Campbell-A Virginia Harbeson-A Mary Marsh-A , Francelia Benfer-A Eloyce McBrideASS Janet GuppfSS Marjory Cupp-A Gloria Swanston-A .twfg E? -I .a .N Hharus Fourth row. left to right: Fifth row: lNot present when picture Ross J. Moore. Director Louis Cermini-B was taken! I 'liCl'0rg9 BiSlll3P'T Gellfgf' Sl0CulYl'B .nBOllitH MfTr0llartlA William Seidel-B Wilmer LeimbachfB Patricia Staffordffl William Herald-B Jmnes McDaniel-B Alice Jane Mcllonalrl-A 'ifiobert Barton-T Cecil Hornbeck-T ,lune StahlfA George Barto-T Robert Clemens-B Marjorie EnterlineYA Ray lnond Miller-T Anthony Seiflelglg Shiflffy Wefifs George StrinevB lwillialii Kling-B ,lane Stahl- A 'Robert Reichard-B Delbert Showers-T .lllfliill l'i0r0SIllHIl'f5 "Phillip Trainer4B Barbara SWiIlCllHI't-S 'Gary Deaner-T iigllen ales ser. iors A-Alto S-Soprano SS4Second Soprano B-Base T-Tenor Student Kauucil President ..,,.,7,,,,,,, ..,,,,,. G ARLAND GEARY Vice President ,..,,,,7. ,,,,, G EORGE SLOCUM Secretary 77.V.,.., ,,,,,7 . J UDITH SMITH Treasurer ...... GEORGE BISHOP Advisors . .e....... MRS. BUTLER MISS NEUGARD MR. TAYLOR The Student Council has had a very busy and interesting year. It has sponsored such projects as dances after the basketball games, 4'Care,', and co-sponsored social activities. In addition to the usual work of the organization, an 'cArea College Night" was held in November, and in April, the Central District Conference for Student Councils was held in our school. CJ ssembly dfmmiffcv The assembly committee took care of all introductions in assembly and chapel programs. They also carried out plans for paid assemblies for l956- 57. Prajecfimisf 61116 President H H ,7,.7 ,I BENJAMIN BARTO Vice President .,,,,ii,. ,, W ,,i, , DEAN SHARE Secretary-Treasurer , ,. GEORGE MILLER Advisor ,,,,,,, ,, .. MR. WILLIAMS The Projectionist Club, under the capable supervision of Mr. Williams, has Clone an excellent jolm of showing movies to many classes and assemblies this year. Zfri-Hi-ll President .............. ...... B ARBARA NUNN Vice President ,......,A ................ M ARY MARSH Secretary ,.......,., ,,..,...,........... R INDA FISHER Treasurer ,........ BETTY JO ROBINSON Chaplain ..,. .............. L INDA SHAFFER Advisor ..,.... MISS ROBERTS Under the able guidance of Miss Roberts, the Tri-Hi-Y has had a very successful year. Among the activities of the year were a hay ride, a food sale, a cabin party, and the annual Snow Dance. The theme of the dance was '6Winter Wonderland." The club also had various service projects, one of which was the distri- bution of baskets of fruit on Thanksgiving. Key Klub President ,, 7, ,,,,,,,, , 77,, JOHN VVILLARD Vice President , , GEORGE SLOCUM Secretary , , ,. ,, JOHN SCHREYER Advisor ,,,, , ,, , MR. TULE The Key Club, a junior organization of the Kiwanis Clulm. had a very busy year. They met once a Week for a very interesting prograin, with either a speak- er or a movie. In the course of the year they did things for their school. including 21 paid assembly with lVlr. John Dallavaux of Rutland, Vermont, as the speaker. ,Milfzfrz Area Scalar lIz'rm-1nrfliOSS J. MOORE PERCLISSIO N 'l'liUNll3ONl1lS llllolicrt Barton llllaynloncl Lceser George- Strine Arlene 'liralc BARITON E George Barlo BASSES Wilmer Lcinliach Harvey Baker SAXOPHUN E5 Marie Dillocco Ann Hottcnstein Mary Marsh flolin Schreyer Hlliarlcs Lcntz 'V'lVlicl1cl Walker Virginia llcescr TRUMPFTS Rolmcrt Hcicliarcl Barbara Nunn Grace Davis John Leescr john Nickey Sandra Nunn Connie Palil Lak? Ricliart Robert Roche Patricia Stafford Betty Jo Robinson OBOE V, 1 i Florence Hcisli BASS CLARINBTB V X Barbara Batman Eli Cl-1AliIlNlLT Nancy Pflecgor loan Schreck BASSOON Janice Logan High School Kam! FIQHNCH HOHNS 'iCail Gahle ,lurlilh llause FLUTIC 'Virginia Harheson COLOR GUARD 'Mary Newman .loyce Henninger Florence lleish Joyce Manning Dolores White Francelia Benler TWIRLFHS +Virginia Harlaeson +Carole Clover Shelvie Cuyer Sanclra Nunn denotes seniors CLARINETS lljolm Willarfl ,luclith Blair Fay Schreck Lois ,lezrn Showers Jacqueline Bruch Polly Campbell Charlol Fry Carole Clover Edith Cameron Lincla Mack Catherine Conclern Eloyce McBride Wilma Frederick Sylvia McLaughlin juflith Gray Shelvie Guyer Neicla Keifer Norma Keifer Nancy Klees Library 611111 l,ft'Sl'ffl'III SARA JANE SANDERS Secrvlrzry , , 7 GLADYS KEISTER Arfzrisor , , ,, ,, ,, MISS REINHART During the- past ye-ur thv memlwrs of the l,il1rary Clulr ll2lVP zlssistvcl in preparing hooks for Sllt'lVlllQL. :incl holpvd at the Lfllilfglllg desk in the lilmrury. They will continue to servo our school under the ahlo leadership of fVliss Reinhart. gli Y. 4. President JUDITH HAUSE Treasurer ,77,7, JACQUELINE BRUCH Vive Prvsizlvnt JUDITH SMITH Advisor , , , MISS BlCKEL Secrelary . , GRACE DAVIS The "l"ulurm- rllt'ill'lll'I'S of Anwrival' is the newest organization in our svhool. 'llhv purposv ol' the group is to clisvuss llw lt'k'lClllllg profcssion anal the lrossihilitivs il oflvrs in lhv line of ovvupation. We hope to he hearing a lot more from this group in the future. Phafagraplzy 61116 President .,,.,,,,..... ...,. E LIZABETH BOLICH Vice President .,,..,. ,,..,.A,,..7,,........ ,I UDITH SMITH Secretary ..,,,,,7,7,., .,,.,7,, V IRCINIA SPRINGMAN Treasurer ,,.ss,,,..... WILLIAM KLING Advisor .,s7, MR. SWANGER Started in the Fall, the Photography Club is one of the newer organiza- tions in our school. Although printing and developing are the two main projects of the club, the study of picture taking and the taking of pictures are also important. The members of the club are looking forward to more years of service to their school, under the capable leadership of Mr. Swanger. flistvry 61116 President ,,,,,,7,,,,, ,,,7 S UELLA COFFEY Vice President .,.. ,,.,,,,i..,.,,.,... ..,,,.,i,, J E RRY HANS Corresponding Secretary v.,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, L INDA HEIN Recording Secretary ,,,,,,,i, ,..,,,,,,,,,,,, A RLENE TRATE Treasurer ,iiii,..iiii,,ii,,,ii,i ...,......,..,iii,i N ANCY BOWER Sergeant-at-Arms . A.,.., ..,,ii.. R ICHARD KLECKNER Chaplain ,,,,,,,,.,i.i ,,,.i,i E DITH CAMERON Advisor - ,,,,,,i.,i,., MISS BOWER New this year, the g'Lenni Lenape History Clubn was very active. Under the capable guidance of Miss Bower, the group started many pro jects. In the spring, the club went on a trip to Washingtori, D.C. The club has gotten a good start and should he active in years to come. MILTON SCHOOL NEWS Milton, Pennsylvania Established 1926 Published nine times during the year by the Senior and Junior High Schools Yearly subscriptions fifty cents Executive Board-Superintendent of the Schools, Principals of Senior and Junior High Schools and Faculty Advisors Miss Mae Neugard K. Frederick Mauger Miss Catherine Balliet Miss Sarah E. Frymire Edward V. Dobb .ii,,,, Frank Beatty '57 ,..... Patsy Rhoads '57 ,,,,,,, Senior High Advisors Junior High Advisors Editor-in-Chief Assistant Editor-in-Chief Allene Bender 57 .,,,...,.s.,.,,.,,..,.,,,,.,,,.....,,,..,..,..,,.,.. ,,,,,..,...,.,.....,,, S ocial Editor Deborah Dempsey '58g Virginia Golfieri '57 .,,..,. ,,...,.,,,,,.,.,,,,,,..i,,, R eporters Virginia Golfieri '57 ,.,..,..,....,,...,,,.,,,,,,.,.,..,,,.,...,,, ,,.., F eature Editor Deborah Dempsey '58g Gladys Keister '57 ...,,i i,,,,,,. .ii,,i..,,,,i, R e porters James McDaniel '58 .,.,.,,.,...,,,,,,........,,,,,,..,..,,.,......,..,,,.....,,,,.,Y..,.,,,,. Sports Editor Michael Frederick '57 ,,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,. .,., ,,,,,,,..,...,,,,,...,,,,,.,..,,,.,.,...,....,,,,,....,,,,... R e porter Deborah Dempsey '58g Richard Kleckner '58g Michael Frederick '57 Editors Judy Blair '57 .,,...,,.,,.,...,,,,,,,..l,,,,,.,,..,,,,,.,,.,,.,,,.,,..,.,.s.....,,,.....,, Circulation Manager Ronald Powell '58 ,,,..,,,,,,...,..,,,,..,.,,,.,,,,,......,,,...,.,,,. Assistant Circulation Manager ADVERTISING STAFF: Edna Showers '57g Lois Showers '57g Sherry Keefer '57g Diana Kerstetter '57g Nancy Grittner '57g Barbara Yocum '58g Priscilla McCo1Iin '58g Gloria Swanson '58g Alice McDonald '58g Helen Evans '58g Janice Mauger '58g Louise Matrulla '583 Claudia Harbaugh '59g Pat Greiner '59g Judy Godfrey '59g Don Karnes '59g Pat Guffey '59g Marcia Kessler '59g Pat Morningstar '59g Susan Misavage '59, PLATFORM The Milton School News strives to have all traces of prejudice removed from its pages, select the finest and most accurate news, encourage better sportsmanship, improve student and faculty co-operation, and keep the stu- dents informed of various activities in and about the school. Dino Falcaro . , Mr. Sheridan , Shirley Wallace fackze ,,l,,,,.,,A.,ll,,,, Miss Haines , Danny .,.,,ll, Steve ,,l,, Sylvia .vl, Della ,,,,.A Pat .,,. .,,.lll , . Bea .,......,l,,.... Mr. Mandel ...., Tony Falcaro . Mrs. Falcaro lll,,l Mr. Falcaro Mrs. Milcula ..,., GGDINOH by Reginald Rose Produced by special arrangement with The Dramatic Publishing Company Directed by K. Frederick Mauger CAST Larry Miller Robert Reichard Judith Smith Virginia Colfieri Sandra Foust Raymond Leeser ,lack Zellers Charlot Fry Grace Davis Carole Glover Caroline Phillips Richard Hartman' ,,,. ,lack Smith Donna Wolfe ,, Robert Barton Mary Newman 61115: STUDENT PRODUCTION STAFF STAGE Mr. Tule, Advisor Jack Smith, Chairman Russell Hulsizer Roy Bergenstock Homer Snyder PUBLICITY Mr. Mauger, Advisor Franklin Beatty, Chairman Judith Blair Allene Bender Michel Frederick Patricia Rhoads Gladys Keister BUSINESS Mr. Longenberger, Advisor Marjory Cupp, Chairman Polly Campbell, Co-Chairman Lois Jean Showers Virginia Harbeson Barbara Nunn David Wahl John Willard Betty Lou Runyan Linda Shaffer Elizabeth Bolich Franklin Beatty Richard Misavage Julia Bogle Bonita Morehart Garland Geary PROPERTY Mr. Lon enber er Advisor g g 9 Donald Fry, Chairman Robert Sampsell Donald Pursell LIGHTING Mr. Williams, Advisor Gerald Baker, Chairman Robert Thompson Edward Krumm PROGRAMS Mrs. Lontz, Advisor Fay Shreck Sara Jane Sanders USHERETTES Mrs. Lontz, Advisor Elizabeth Bolich Marjorie Cupp Dorothy Hollenbach Barbara Nunn Linda Shaffer Edna Mae Showers Rinda Fisher Virginia Harbeson Julia Bogle Polly Campbell Sara Jane Sanders Judith Miller Kathleen F lanigan Margaret Moser Shirley Baker Carmen Mertz Nancy Russell Schzfes Staff Faculty Advisor-K. Fred Mauger Editor-Marjory Cupp Features-Barbara Nunn", Betty Lou Runyan, Rinda Fisher, Linda Shaffer, Edna Mae Showers, Caroline Phillips. Copy Editors-Gail Cable", Beverly Keefer, Virginia Colfieri, Allene Bender, Alice Ann Smith, Carmen Mertz, Sherry Keefer, Diana Kerstetter, Dianne Foust, Kath- leen Flanigan, Julia Bogle, Nancy Grittner. Senior Activities-Charlot Fry", Bonnie Morehart, Valeda Derr, Nancy Russell, Janet Koch, Kaye Russell, Carol Acor. Class History-Elizabeth Bolichl, Polly Campbell. Senior Write-up-Sandra Foustx, Jackie Bruch, Judy Blair, Joanna Kester, Mary Newman, Betty Sheets, Ann Shuman, Jackie Chere, Judy Smith. Arts and Photography-Donna Wolfek, Joanne Weaver, John Willard, Judy Smith, Philip Trainer. Sports-Garland Cleary", Charles Deitrick, William Kling, Terry Engleman. Class Song--Virginia Harbeson", Gracie Davis, Carole Glover. Classes and Organizations-John Schreyeri, Patricia Rhoads, Gary Deaner, Michel Walker, Robert Sampsell, Polly Campbell. Faculty Committee-Lois Jean Showers", Janet Derr, Dorothy Hollenbach, Dorothy Kerstetter, Darlene Shreck, Judy Miller, Shirley Temple. Business Manager-David Wahli, Robert Reichard, Virginia Harbeson, Sandra Faust. " Indicates Chairman t -- vf Nw GH P. RICHARD FISHER HENRY W. LONGENBERGER CHARLES SOWERS ELMER RUTH ROBERT IZER ROBERT MELLMAN GEORGE KEARNEY Handles The Class of '57 wishes to thank the coaches for a job well done. These men have given to those who have participated in sports, not only their time and effort, but have sacrificed many things, to teach and bring good, clean athletics into our school. Above are: P. Richard Fisher, Varsity Football and Junior Varsity Basketball Coach, Henry Longenberger, Baseball Coach and Varsity Back- field Coach, Charles Sowers, Varsity Football Line Coachg Elmer Ruth, Assistant Baseball Coach, Robert lzer, Varsity Basketball Coachg Robert Mellrnan, Assistant Varsity Basketball Coachg and George Kearney, Wrestl- ing Coach. Q... 23 si lv 4... ALDEN HLEFTYH DANKS MEMORIAL TROPHY The trophy was made in honor of Alden Danks. a former Milton foothall coach. Teams winning it hefore were: Lock Haven. once: and Danville, twice. This trophy is given in the Susquehanna League. In order to keep the trophy. a team must have their name engraved on it three times. A smaller trophy is given to teams not able to do this. A team must play at least five league games to he eligible for the trophy. THE SHIKEIJLANIY TROPHY This trophy is given to the champion of the Shikellamy l,eague. which consists of Lewislmurg, Milton, Danville, Bloomshurg, Selinsgrove. and North- umherland. Of the latter teams. Milton won over all this year. Second row: Tom Miller. Manager Bob Joe John Pennycofe Mike Foust Wiliiier Leinbach Herman Beachem Richard Huff Herb Mumper Malvern Keifer Bich Burns George Smith Bob Koch First row, left to right Mike Frederick. Manager "Sonny'. Fisher ,lim Beedy Bob Sampsell Frank Beatty Ben Barto Sam Young Bill Young Terry Rowe George Slocum Norman Azinger "Skip" Snyder. ,Wannger The varsity football team, under the competent coaching of P. Richard Fisher, Charles Sowers, and Henry Longenberger, this year completed the most successful season since 1945. We, the Class of '57, would like to congratulate the coaching staff and members ofthe squad for ending this season with a very fine record of 9 to l. Zrafball Third row. I1-frm right: P. H. Fisher. CUIICII Sam Ketchern John Hannnond George Miller Charles lleitrick Don Fry Dun Pursvll "Skip" Cvary Bula Fetzer Owe-n Km-h Cf-til Horlllrvvk H6-nrx' I,1n1f'v11lwrfrm'. C . 2- rf CIIZIFIPS S1m'1'l's. Cnnrh Slrznnukin lmxs ishnrg 51-lil1sgr1mx'1' NHI'lhllllll10I'l3lNl RIUOIIISIHIFQ H- liflllll' If Lost Fourth rnw: Iflnyd Pzrtim-r'sml. Bill Snyder john L1-vscr Rllyllllllld Shlllllilll ltd Harpstvr Hohvrl R1-i1-I1 Bill Kruntz Alhort Lznlshvrry Claude- liar:-lvavk Roy Hussvll T1-11 Young Huy Rllgll..1lIIlIl1 Dzllwillf' Lovk llawlm Sunbury Jcrsvy Shun- Walsmltown 11 f-'f r411'11y WfW0n BOB SAMPSELL DON PURSEL GEORGE MILLER "SKIP" GEARY JOHN HAMMOND DON FRY Scrziars DON KETCHUM CHARLES DEITRICK BEN BARTO FRANK BEATTY 'MIKE" FREDERICK Manager "SKIP" SNYDER Manager Seniors uni funior Varsity lgaskeiball First row, left to right: Second row: Ron Keefer P. R. Fisher, Coach Jim Zellers Ray Rugh, Manager Mike Foust Bill Snyder John Leeser Don Reed Dick Minnich George Strine Ron Woolsey Jim Cordon Ed Harpster Mike Frederick, Manager Albert Lansberry Ray Stamm The Junior Varsity Basketball Team, under the coaching of P. R. Fisher, is striving to bring to our school a championship team for next year's varsity squad. Varsity lgasketball First row, left to right: Second row: Robert Mellman, Coach Roy Russell, Manager Carol Bogle 'John Schreyer Pete Godfrey 'George Bishop Cecil Hornbeck ""Skip', Geary Robert Izer, Coach 'George Miller Wilmer Leinbach 'Don Pursell Norm Azinger 'Bob Sampsell George Slocum 'Ben Barto 'Terry Engleman, Manager The Varsity Basketball Team, under the supervision of Mr. Izer and Mr. Mellman, completed the first full season on the new gym floor. "' Denotes seniors Hheerlczzders Front row, left to right: Kathleen Flanigan. and Grace Davis. Second row: Car- men lVlertz. Edna Showers. and Lura Rae Hoffman. Third row: Judy Mensch, and Nancy Zechman. Fourth row: Judy Godfrey. Our enthusiastic Cheerleaders of l956-57 helped cheer our footlrall squad to the 1956 SllSllllt'llZ1IlllH League Football Championship. These girls gave the team a push when their spirits lreeamc overcome lay the aggressor. thus pushing them on to victory. Five senior cheerleaders left the squad at graduation., Senirfrs CARMEN MERTZ GRACIE DAVIS EDNA SHOWERS LAURA RAE HOFFMAN KATHLEEN FLANIGAN Wrcsfhng Umm First row: George Kearney, Coach Second row, left to right Bob Fetzer-185 pounds Charlie Clayton-165 pounds Sam Young-154 pounds Cary Deaner-145 pounds Rudy Ritter-138 pounds Bill Kling-138 pounds Dick Tanner-133 pounds Bob Hause-128 pounds Russell Hulsizer-120 pounds Bill Stump-112 pounds Jerry Hans-103 pounds Dick Snyder-95 pounds This year marks the start of a new sport in the lVlilton High School. Under the competent direction of George Kearney, the squad shown above, has become very popular throughout our school and community. Wrestling has become the highlight in our indoor sport competition this year. The teamls first match was held at Dalmatia where they played lVlahonoy Joint on January 3, l957. They came home with a decisive victory-lVlilton 333 Mahonoy Joint 9. I V-1611 1956 l5,d86bdff CHEM ecord of 4 to 9 The Milton Baseball team of 1956 had a r The scores ofthe game were as follows: Milton .......,..............,. Milton ........ ...... Milton v,.. ,l.... . Milton .... ...... Milton Milton ....... ...... Milton ........ ...... Milton ........ ......... 1 0 M1lt0D ........ ...... Milton Milton ........ Milton ....... ...... MIIIOH ....... ...... Watsontown .,... Watsontown ....... ...... Lewisburg ...,. Selinsgrove Trevorton ..... Sunbury ....... 9 7 0 5 Mlffllnburg .......... ......... 1 8 Northumberland Lewlsburg ......... ..... Danville ....... Sellnsgrove ....... ...... Sunbury ....... Mlfflmburg ....... ...... - ...... 1 7 2 6 1 7 9 Y .f i -',,,--'f vi iff? sz ,?., Q 1' 'lf -fgml-t fw yfg z ,Q M. . K 4 ,, , W -f WA ig' lg . gg e ,. 5. , .,,, X M Q Q K X 1, in-5' ' Q ' I I .. :',.. i K i , Rm 91' 'V -Y f Lv 2' 521 , ?igix ifQ f if gf as ' 5 if :W QE Qfli .. I S A if N ' r W 'A' xg .E fi!g 'Q f'f ,A C5133 1LL R N, ,. wwf! La. . Em -WK f ,B ., ., .HN Kyra X V wwf 1- M , ,ala -if li , Q my - -- f .. ,- Aix .LK.f..,. ,i 7.44 nf, M RW. -W Av 5, Pm .1 x . 2' k 4 J .,..MHmf,,g-,,, , ? I 2 2 hzturvs 63? 1 May Queen 56 Mrs. David Yocum, formerly Eileen Reidle, selected by the students a May Queen for 1956, was crowned by Kay Meckley, president of the Girls Athletic Association. if . E s wi' a Q if ,ef Fx K. 5 W . 1,3 -N 8. K 'L .N f SN 3' x 3 5 i Q F iii K 3 -4. wh ix Hi, , QR' Wim MW 12, X. m' 1 'Mr 5 X " X uv W r ig, 5. wa " ia.: x 5 '4 M wi Vin ,A A K , , X if U J.: Ns. ff 41511 H 4 nw me y 0 rtigis' H b,i'Zw Q A J., Q A v V '-3 . Q 1' BEST LOOKING MOST STUDIOUS Boy-Larry Miller Boy-John Schreyer Girl-Sandra Foust Girl-Betsy Bolich Seniar MOST DIGNIFIED PEPPIEST Boy-John Willard Boy-Jack Fisher Cirl-Carole Glover Girl-Lois Jean Showers gawritcs BEST NATURED Boy-Terry Engleman C irl-Barbara Nunn MOST TYPICAL Boy-George Miller Girl-Edna Mae Showers BEST DRESSED MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED B0y-Ray Leeser Girl-Caroline Phillips Boy-Dave Wahl Girl-Marge Cupp Byerly Brorhers S+ahl's Flour 8: Feed Mills Harry R. Bi++erman General Insurance J, F, Gauger 3, Son Keiser's Rexall Drug Sfore John L, Waldmn Bolen 8: Company Marsh's Shoes Small's Greenhouses. lnc. Dale E. Ranek W. A. 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