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SCHOOL BOARD PICTURE
CLASS SONG-ALMA MATER
CLASSES and ORGANIZATIONS
he ties of friendships and
To keep ahve t
d to lighten the sorrow
' 'i n High, we, the Staff
of parting with Mi to
' i asure these pages
of 1958, p
resent with P e
ECHOES of 1958.
You have reached an important educational goal by graduating
from high school. I heartily congratulate you upon this achieve-
ment. In your high school career you have developed many traits
and characteristics which should be an asset to you in facing the
complex problems in your future. To live successfully today young
people need more educational background than at any time in our
history. I urge all of you to continue your education after graduation
so that you may enjoy a broader and fuller life.
Some of you will make your homes in this area while others may
travel widely throughout the world. Wherever you may be, always
remember that your high school stands ready to help you and share
in the pride of your achievement.
Your board of education, teachers, and associates wish you suc-
cess and happiness.
To the Class of 1958:
May I extend to each of you my sincere congratulations on your
accomplishments thus far along your journey, and wish you a most
pleasant and profitable journey as you travel the road into the future.
It is my hope that your school has helped you chart your journey
wisely, and that as you travel the road into the future you will con-
tinue to grow strong and more determined to achieve those ideals
fostered in Milton Area Senior High School.
Miles M. Kostenbauder
E. F. REESER .....,.,........... ....,....,. P rerident
KENNETH P. BUTLER ,...... ,...... V ice Preridenl
MRS. EDITH E. CUPP .......,............................ Secretary
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF MILTON ........ Treasurer
DR. ALBERT G. W. SCHLEGEL .....,...... Superintendent
Franklin A. Arndt
Harry P. Burns
Monroe C. Cohrs
George H. Cole
Ralph R. Croman
Clarence E. Emery
Ralph H. Everitt
Rev. Philip R. jones
F. Parson Kepler, Sr.
M. Leroy Millheim
J. Lowrie Moore
Charles E. Reedy
Harold E. Rieder
Lewis A. Rishel
Emanuel P. Rohrbach
Paul W. Shade
William H. Showers, Sr
Charles R. Wilson
Myles L. Young
Benfer E. Zechman
MRS. MIRIAM BERKHEIMER M. MARTHA BICKEL
Secretary B.A., M.A.
ALBERT G. W. SCHLEGEL MILES M. KOSTENBAUDER
G. LAWRENCE BROWN MRS. EDITH B. BUTLER
B.S. B.S., M.S.
Voc. Cabinet Shop Director of Pupil
Instructor Personnel Services
BA., M.A., I1cl.D. B.S., Mb.
JANE E. BOWER MRS. G. LAWRENCE BROWN
B.S., M.S. B.S.
Social Studies Business Education
P. RICHARD FISHER JULIA C.
M.A., A.B. HAGENBUCH
Mathematics B.S., M.S.
DALE C. COCHRAN JOSEPH C. D'AMELIO
ROBERT L. IZER HENRY W.
Director of Health LONGENBERGER
Phys. Ed., and Recreation B.A.
B.S., Health B.S., M.Ed.
and Phys. Ed. Art Director
MARLIN L. MRS. WALLACE
Vocational Auto Shop A.B.
Instructor History, English
CHARLES T. LONTZ MRS. CHARLES T
B.A., M.A. LONTZ
Biology, Social Studies B.A., M.A.
K. FREDERICK ROBERT A. MELLMAN
B.S., M.S. Driver Education
English, Counselor of Boys ROSS J. MOORE MRS. THOMAS
Band, Chorus B.S., M.E.D.
MRS. PRENTISS W.
Director of Cafeterias
ELMER RUTH MRS. HERMAN
Vocational Machine Shop SHADE
Instructor B-A., M-A.
HARRY E. SWANGER RAY L. TAYLOR
B.S., M.S. B.S., M.Ed.
Chemistry, Physics Vocational Industrial
PHOEBE M. NANCY ROBERTS
B.A., M.A. Health, Gym
CHARLES I-I. SOWERS MRS. ERIC W. SPECHT
B.S., M.S. B.S.
Social Studies, Math Home Economics
JAMES O. TULE EVAN C. WILLIAMS
N., L -
B.S. Vocational Electric
Vocational Education Shop
THOMAS L. BARTO RAYMOND E. SEIDEL
HOMER C. STAMM
We, the Class of ,58, wish to express our sincere thanks and appreciation
to you, the Faculty of Milton Senior High, for all the advice and teachings
that you have given to us to grasp and use as future Citizens of America.
Many of us do not realize the time and effort that is put forth to help pre-
pare us for the future, but we are sure that some day, those who have not
appreciated your guidance through our three years of senior high, will look back
and see how fortunate we were to have a Faculty such as ours.
MISS NANCY ROBERTS MR. DALE COCHRAN
alll 5 Adv! I7 s
We, the seniors of '58, have had to select a new advisor every
year. In our sophomore year, we elected Mrs. Butler and Mr. Kearney
as our advisorsg but the next year, because Mrs. Butler was elected to
the Administrative Staff, she was replaced by Miss Roberts.
In our senior year it was necessary to replace Mr. Kearney because
he had resigned as a member of our faculty. Mr. Cochran was
elected in his place.
We wish to thank all the advisors who helped us with our many
class projectsg and we especially want to thank Miss Roberts and
Mr. Cochran for their patience and guidance during our senior year.
TUNE.' "Now i5 the Hour"
Ozzr ffhool dayf rome to an end,
Twelve yearx of Jtndy hehind ur.
Now df we hid them adien,
Our hearty are filled with great Jadneyf.
Now if the hour. when we znnft Jay good-hye,
Soon we'll he going on our Jeparate wayx,
Af we go through the yearr of life ahead,
We'll ne'er forget our good old high Jrhool dayy.
W'e'1'e made .rome good and true friendf,
We'1te had Jozne great fan together.
W'hen we are all far away,
Menzoriex of them will then rome to nf.
No more will we wander through the hallf.
No more will we for fhanging flatter have to ruth.
Thoughtf, then, of Jfhool, of fnarhf, tome good, Jozne had.
Of work done, and 1tirtorie.r won will never fade.
Lg y S ,rf
"THE ORANGE and BLACK"
Altho Williafnfport haf favored
The Cherry and the lWhite
And the loyal hoyf of Danville
For the Orange and Purple fight
Still we hold our folorf' .rplendor
Nor honor Jhall they larhg
W'hile the athletef ftand defender!
Of the Orange and the Blarh.
Thru the three long year! of High Srhool
Midxt the Jfenef we know .fo wellg
There'f a nzyftie charm to hnowled ge
We vainly Jeeh to fpellg
Or we win athletir zfiftoriex
On the foothall field or trachg
Still we work for Milton High Srhool
And the Orange and the Blaeh.
When our high Jehool dayt are ozfer,
And life loom! up heforeg
We recall thofe day! of gladnetf
That come again no more.
Still we hanifh care and Jadneyf
AJ we turn our fnemorief harh,
And reoall thofe dayf of gladneyf
'Neath the Orange and the Black.
271' sidenf' Message
After twelve years of prized memories
and invaluable experience, we pause to
evaluate our past and contemplate our
future. We have erred, and we have
failedg but our errors and failures have
strengthened our faith and kindled our
To the faculty, we extend our praise
and gratitudeg to the undergraduates, the
challenge to uphold the traditions and
purports of Milton High School.
ONALD ROY TROUTMAN MARY LEAH MARSH
President Was' President
60155 0fHccrs af I 958
NANCY LEE ZECHMAN SAMUEL VERNON YOUNG
MARILYN LOUISE ADAMS
"lu five junior Clrzrr Pluy ,flue
Erer-yoiie tlmzkr .rbefr pretty
Chorus 2. 3: Echoes 43 Field Day
2, 3, 41 GAA 2, 3. 45 Girls' Intra-
murals 43 junior Class Play: Tri-
Hi-Y 3, 41 Student Council Play.
"Football, btlJ'k?lblIll, .fludier too,
Norm tzluuzyv manager to come
'Basketball 3, 4g Field Day 2, .3, 41
Football 3, 41 JV Basketball 21 JV
Football 23 Chorus 21 junior Class
Play, Key Club 2, 3, 4g Class Vice
HARVEY NORRIS BAKER
"Good u'0rl2 on the lathe Harrey
mu do. llvillfout him Machine
Shop would really be blue."
Band 2, 3.
GEORGE WALTER BARTO
"Silence .fpeuleetlv truth and kind-
Band 2, 3, 4g Chorus 2, 3, 4, jun-
ior Class Play, Key Club 4, Student
"SlJ0er Jbined, hair neat, Our boy
Marlin :mit be beat."
Field Day 3, 4.
BARBARA ANN BATMAN
"Full of fuzz and pep und rim
Herdr tz girl u'l20'r rzerer grim!
Band 2, 3g Cheerleader 43 Echoes 4
Field Day 3, 43 GAA 2, 3, 4g Girls
Intramurals 2, 3, 41 Tri-Hi-Y 4.
"A regular guy, 41 friend if he,
IVIMI more could we want any
boy to be?"
Baseball 3, 43 Wrestling 4.
FRED ARTHUR BLYLER
"Fred if aluwyr full of lung He
giver joy to e1'eryone."
Field Day 33 Key Club 2, 3, 4.
JOHN CARROLL BOGLE
"Carroll can play barkelbull wry
wellg All hir ffiendf lhink him
Baseball 43 Basketball 2, 3, 4, Field
Day 2, 3.
LUTHER BERMAN BOOP
Vocational Auto Shop
"Dorff be misled by bij innocent
NANCY LOU BOWER
"I'1'e talked and worked and had
lotr of fun-A u'0marz'.r work if
Chorus 2g Echoes 4g Field Day 2, 3,
43 FTA 3, 4g GAA 2, 3, 45 Girls'
Intramurals 2, 3, 4g Junior Class
Play, Junior Historian Club 2, 3, 43
Student Council 4g Tri-Hi-Y 3, 43
Class Historian 2, 3, Treasurerg jun-
ior Historian Club 3.
JOHN EVERETT BROWN
"Our boy john if quiie Ike guy,
ll"e're sure fha! be'll gel by."
Field Day 23 Student Council Play 4.
GERALD LEE BUCK
"Silef1re ir golden. He murl be
."Alu'ay.r quiez. bu! not rad, You
jun mn'l make Callferine mad."
Field Day 53 GAA 2, 3. 43 Girls'
Intramurals 2, 3, 4g junior Historian
Club 3, 4.
"Darlene if a rule litlle gal, To
all of uf .rl1e'.r 4 real pal."
GAA 2, 3, 4g Girls' Intramurals 2,
"Erie ir rlezfer and gay, Sbe
briglflem up our every day."
Assembly Committee 3, 43 Band 2,
33 Echoes 43 Girls' Intramurals 23
GAA 2, 3, 43 junior Class Play3
Junior Historian Club 3, 43 School
Paper 43 Student Council Playg
Chaplain History Club 3, 4.
SYLVIA JEAN CLAYTON
"Sometimes rerioux, usually gay,
Sbe'll be a surfers in .rome future
Paper 43 Student Council Playg
Chaplain History Club 3, 4.
LINDA LEE CLEMENS
"A .rweeler girl y0u'll never find,
Always helpful, alwayf kind."
Girls' Intramurals 2, 3, 43 GAA 2,
"Here if .1 fellou' u'l10',r aluuzyr
021 the run, llvbwz driring fz mr
or just laiiring fun." '
Chorus 2, 31 Echoes 4g Field Day
3: junior Class Play 23 Student
Council Play 4.
SUELLA CO FFEY
Col lege Prep
"Kzmu',vz lo be 11 .rfudiour lan,
Sue unrkr lmrd in every clan."
Assembly Committee 3, 43 Echoes 4'
Field Day 2, 35 FTA 3, 43 GAA 2
5, 43 junior Historian Club 3, 4g
Student Council 2, 33 Tri-Hi-Y 3
43 FTA Secretary 43 junior His-
torian Club, President 3.
"In all .rparlr .fha deer excel. Ar
a friend .rl1e'r really .ru-ell."
Band 2, 33 Echoes 43 Field Day 2,
33 GAA 2, 3, 43 Girls' Intramurals
2, 3, 43 Girls' Interscholastics 43
School Paper 4.
DEBORAH JOAN DEMPSEY
"A rzeuxrpizper 7't'Al707'f?f our Debby
will be. And Jl?e'll be a good one,
jun lull! and ree,"
Camera Club 33 Echoes 43 GAA 2,
3, 4: Girls' Intramurals 2, 43 Jun-
ior Class Playg Junior Historian Club
3, 43 School Paper 2, 3, 4g Student
Council Play 43 President, junior
Historian Club 4.
RUTH ANN DERR
"Slay and quiel defrriber Ruth,
You can depend on her to lell Ike
Chorus 33 FHA 43 GAA 2, 43 Girls'
Intramurals 3, 4.
JACOB LEE DERSHEM
"julie if quiet lill hir work if
done, Then belr in for all kind:
LYNN MERRILL DERSHEM
"Our boy Lynn if quite a good
To all bi: work be doe! attend."
PRISCILLA ANN DUNKLE
"Here'r one who never weary a
A nicer girl could not be found.
FHA 4, Field Day 35 GAA 2, 3, 43
Library Club 4.
NED RALPH DYE
"Slow and easy going, be'll never
hurry. But of lair being late ufe'll
JAMES OTTO EGL1
"Very fall, bandfome, and Jby,
He'll make rome girl a wonderful
Baseball 3, 4.
PATRICIA JANE EINSIG
"Whenever tbereh' mircbief, Paz if
around, fun? lake a look, JlJe'.f :ure
lo be found."
Chorus 23 Echoes 4g FHA 4g GAA
2, 3, 43 Girls' Intramurals 2, 3, 4.
"You could pick ber out of a
crowd anywhere, For you'd re-
cognize ker briglal red bairf'
Chorus 33 Field Day 33 GAA 2, 3,
4g Girls' Intramurals 2, 3, 4.
HELEN YVONNE EVANS
"If all the arlirlr were lo he
floured, Helen would he far from
Echoes 43 GAA 2. 3, 41 Girls' Intra-
murals 2, 3, 4g School Paper 2, 3,
41 GAA Secretary 33 Secretary
ROBERT WILLIAM FETZER
"Boh if the fullhoch for M.H.S.,
He ir one of fhe 1'ery hen."
Baseball 2, 33 Basketball 23 Field
Day 2, 4g Football 2, 3. 43 Wrestling
PATRICIA LOIS FINCK
"Put can really ,Qire fi rheer,
II"herze1'e1' hw' fiirorile fflilyef in
Band 2: Cheerleader 41 Chorus 2, 33
Echoes 41 GAA 2. 3, 4g Girls' Intra-
murals 2, 3.
HARRY AMMOND FISHER
"At football he ir sure all right,
Hir .rmile 10 girl: ii pure delight."
Baseball 2g Basketball 2g Football
MARSHA RAE FISHER
"From New Columbia hail: lhir
lou, IVe're proud lo hare her in
Chorus 31 FHA 4g Field Day 2, 3, 43
GAA 2, 3, 43 Girls' Intramurals 2,
3, 43 Library Club 4.
ROBERT DOLE FISHER
"In Boh you will find a rery nice
guy, Although he may look it,
he'J noi at all shy."
Echoes 4: Projection Club 3, 4.
CAROL ARELENE EULMER
"SomelimeJ quiel, .romelimex gay,'
Car0l'x real nice in every way."
FHA 43 GAA 3g Girls' Intramurals
33 Library Club 5, 4.
PETER HERDIC GODFREY
"Here"5 ez joker of very wide fame,
A joke, 4 prank, lJe'.f alwayf
Baseball 3g Basketball 45 Field Day 2.
RONALD LEE GOODWIN
"In bi: jeep, l:1e'J quile 41 whiz,
And willy the girlf, be if no dizz."
JERRY WAYNE HANS
"Small but mighty if tbir lad,
You'll never .ree bim looking md."
junior Historian Club 5, 45 Key
Club 43 Wrestling 3, 43 Vice Presi-
dent History Club 3g Vice President
LEROY WILBUR HAUCK
"How dreary and lonely tbir world
If boy: like Leroy weren't any-
JUDITH EILEEN HAUSE
"lIrre'.i' .1 girl llmzlft :wry fc'lL1l1le',
Tfrjr it .1 f.1rf Il1.1I',i' lH1dt'l1AJblt',n
Assemhly Committee 3. 43 Band 2, 3:
Chorus 31 Echoes 4, Field Day 2,
3, 4g FTA 3, 41 GAA 2, 3, 41 Girls'
Intriimumls'l. 3. 4: School Paper
43 Student Council 3, 43 President
FTA 3, 41 Editor-in-Chief School
News 41 GAA Rep.
ROBERT BRUCE HAUSE
"Babu ul .rboliv iviflv JU Ifn' ref!
And we AL11014' hir zwork ir of fbi'
Bzlsehall 21 Wrestling 2,
Nlilrmd .md fnlridifwlv. 1474117 Uyvr
of blue. Nu mia rxm find rl friend
Projection Cluh 5. 4.
"Alu .rw in rjwrfr. .md full of
fun, Sfwfi' nxldy lu belt? mor!
Band 2. 3: Echoes 41 Field Day 2.
3, 41 GAA 2. 3, 4: Girls' Intra-
murals 2, 3. 43 Girls' Interscholustics
41 School Paper 41 Tri-HifY 5, 4,
WILLIAM HAGEY HERALD
"On Sulurdtry nigh! be am be ,teen
Ezzfoyizzg bimfelf at lbe lew1-ciu1-
Bnncl 2. 4g Chorus 2, 3, 4g Boys'
Intramurals 2, 3, 4.
LARRY LEE HILKERT
"1.ilH'v1' if tl n',1ll,r Illlfi' guy, AIIIKIIIQQ
lift f!.1,l'l'NIrIf8,f be 1'tlfBl'.U
Projection 2. 5. 41 Sountl alntl Stage
Equipment 4g XX'restling 4.
BETTIE LOUISE HOFFMAN
"Not a flower, noi a pearl, fur!
a regular all around girl."
Echoes 43 GAA 2, 5, 43 Girls' intra-
murals 2, 3, 43 Library Club 2, 3, 4.
"Noi too rhort, not too tall, Bob,
you ran be sure, ir liked by all."
Sound and Stage Equipment 33
CECIL LOY HORNBECK
"Tall and lvandrome, quirk and
Jpry, Loir of lurk we wish this
JV Basketball 23 Basketball 3, 43
JV Football 2, 33 Football 43 Chorus
2, 3, 43 Field Day 2, 3.
RUSSELL LEROY HULSIZER
"RuJJell if a very short boy, He
bring: a lot of people joy."
ROBERT LEROY JOE
"Our boy Bob is a real good
guard, When be tackle: :be op-
ponent, tl1ey're really jarredf'
Football 3, 4.
NEIDA LUCILLE KEIFER
"She if in our M.H.S. band, And
ir alwayf lending a helping band."
Band 2, 3, 4g Chorus 23 Echoes 43
GAA 2, 3, 43 Girls' Intramurals 2,
33 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4.
NORMA LUCY KEIFER RICHARD DAVID ELLIS SYLVESTER KLINE
"Norma" KLECKNER Hliudl'
Business "Dick" Cabinet
M.XvU!'II1.I AI1l.1yi' .1 .l!l'c':'f fltlrifiet. College Prep "7'lJl,i boy ,wear by Ike I1ll'LPIdl!ll."
Tlmf ilufll .CII .f.1r, if our bw," "DH-1, if g,mui,1 Jrwmd ,he mini. Bud. llvith lfle gfrlr, fwfr rzewef' 1
Band 2, 3. 41 Chorus 2. 3. 41 Echoes Ai' .1 boy u'b0'll Izerw' le! you dud'
-lg GAA 2, 3, 41 Girls' Intramurals dim-zz." Baseball 2.
23 Iri-Hi-Y 3. 4.
FTA 31 Junior Historian Club 3, 4g
School Paper 33 Sergeant-at-Arms
junior Historian Club 3.
WILLIAM MILTON KOBLE
"Of our .reniar fluff, be if llae
flown. Bill fur! never' wean 4
Junior Historian Club 2.
OWEN RHOADES KOCH
"Owen if a really nite guy, Af
L1 flltllbdll player, be raley high."
Baseball 3, 4g Field Day 3, 41 Foot-
ball 3, 4: Projection Club 2, 3, Pres-
ident 4: Sound and Stage Equipment
4g Wrestling 3, 4,
WILLIAM FRANCIS LEE
"Did fmtlymg in jurlfrulizr luul
:lid if well."
"Tall, fzlmid, !7.lI1d,l'UIIIt', ii Il d
lF!UI'L'1' Inu, ll"il111w".i tlw guy :ffm
.iluxiryi mzllfai' lbmu4qb,"
Band 2. 3, 43 Basketball 3. 43 Chorus
2, 3, 43 Echoes 43 Field Day 2, 3, 43
JV Football 23 Football 3, 43 JV
Basketball 2: Junior Class Play3 Key
Club 2, 3. 41 Secretary Key Club
43 President Band 4.
JANICE ELAINE LOGAN
"liz lfmki' and peiirrlmzlily ,the dow'
excel. E1'erJ'w2e lilfei' her 1'e1'y
Band 2, 3, 43 Echoes 43 Editor-in-
Chief: Field Day 2, 3, 43 GAA 2,
3. 43 Girls' Intramurals 2, 3, 43
Girls' Interscholastics 43 Junior Class
Play: Student Council 3, 43 Tri-Hi-Y
3, 43 Vice President Class 3.
JOYCE ANN MANNING
"Full of jmjf .md fm! .uid rim. fill?
girl 'IKJJLY' if Izumi' 4Q1'flI1.i'
Band 2, 31 Echoes 43 GAA 2. 3, 43
Girls' Intramurals 2, 3, 4.
MAIJLIN DAVID MARKS
"M.n'Im ii' .1 liflle wdbmid. B141
lic- -nw i.w'l JIIJ' dmdlwi1d."
MARY LEAH MARSH
"On flue gym floor Jlae doei rbiize.
And in her ,iludiet .the drier fine."
Band 2. 3, 43 Chorus 3. 43 Echoes
43 Field Day 2, 3, 43 FTA 3, 43
GAA 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, Pres'
ident 43 Band Secretary 43 Girls'
Intramurals 2. 3, 43 Girls' Inter-
scholastics 41 Junior Class Play3 Tri-
Hi-Y 3, 4, Vice President 3. Pres-
ident 4: Vice President Senior
JOHN BALLIET MATHIAS
"A grill fm ,ill 1110 zwrld In .ue
Il w.1lcf1e.r fm' pei1mr1i1lily."
Field Day 3.
I.ffn1,iL' fun ,lwi'iw1.1lflVi Illini. Slwi
.4 f!'fc'FI!l, lo .JH of uf."
JAIVIES HENRY MCDANIEL
"Yun .l'IH'c'IV1 .ill Lima' lfvji Iwi
guru! fV1'.1I1f.v'lU'.' llnlullllbl' -1011
1.1.75 fu fum. lic lui' .1 fuzzm
ALICE JANE ML'DCJNALID
Ai .1 znlffiiii .Ulm Jmi MVN. Ill
jilfnwfllq flu jmzrm ifu' drum 4.x'i'ul."
Chorus 3. fl: Iicliucs 41 FHA 43 GAA
Edmci 4. FHA 4. GAA 3 5 4. 2, 3, 41 Girls' lI1fI'3llTlllI'1llS 2, 33
Girls, lflLl'LlINLlI'Lll9 Y4' Sfhgyoll PQIPCL Bilsclmlll 2. 5. 41 Chorus 2, 3. 41 Scluml Pape-1' 2. 5, 41 'l'i'i-Hi-Y 5, 4,
, 3,4 K Y Eclwcs 41 Eicld Dlly 2, Key Club 3,
-V ' Q I 41 Scliuul Paper 3.
SYLVIA MAE MILDRED AMELIA JUDITH ANN MIQNSCH
MCLAUGHLIN MCWILLIAMS --Mia
"Silv" "Millie" Business
Business General "'l'hcw'.i' zzliifliialf Lj.HlL'fIlIQ in bw
f r . . .
5.11111 Lf .1 11.11 11111, gal. To
i'1'i'i1iw1u ilu' If .1 ful."
Band 2, 3: Chorus 33 Echoes 43 GAA
2, 3, 41 Girls Intmiuurnls 2, 3, 4.
"TU ,look .Il liar' jflllid Ilviazk .if1e".i'
quief. B111 lu ,iw lm' u'i1l1 friezzds
,wild .ruff deny if."
FHA 4, GAA 2, 5, 41 Girls' Intra-
murals 2, 3, 4: Library Club 4,
Treasurer 4g FHA Song Leader 4.
giui. A fujiffi lil74'UI'IL'.lLJL'I' zu'
Cliiscrlciulci' 2. 5, 4L Clwrus 2,
Echoes 41 GAA 2. 5. 41 Girls' Intran-
GRACE IRENE MINIUM
"Nami bmi' .foo wurh lo My. IVE
life lm' for ber quiel way."
Fchues 4: FHA 4: GAA 2, 5, 43
School Paper 4.
Vocational Home Ec
"lf fllltif? angry or feeling blue,
Here! iz girl wilh iz rmile for
Chorus 2, 3: Echoes 41 FHA 43
GAA 2, 3, 41 FHA 4, President.
RICHARD WAYNE MOSER
"Dirk ir .1 guy who .reemr rniglaly
rlajq You llllllf gel him Nlcld. no
nmfter laou' bard you fry."
Field Day 3, 4.
CONNIE LOU NUSS
"Connie ir one who ir quite rlaorfg
Yozld look hard to find one of her
GAA 2, 3, 43 Girls' Intramurals 2,
BARBARA LOU PARKER
"Barham if 41 quiet ,roulg But we
know .fl?Fll! arbiere ber goal."
NANCY LEE PFLEEGOR
"Full of rim, rigor, and pep
you'll find flair girl ir right ia
Band 2, 3g Cheerleader 4g Chorus 2,
5, 4g Echoes 43 GAA 2, 3, 43 Girls
"All great men are dying-, I feel
Baseball 43 Echoes 43 Key Club 2.
BONETA MAE PICK
RONALD LEE POWELL
"Bonela is :ure a quiet, Willa ber "A regular guy, a friend if he
you can lmre a lol of fun." Ilylaaz more could we want a boy
FHA 43 GAA 2, 3, 43 Girls' Intra- to be."
murals 2, 3, 4.
School Paper 3.
EDWIN BERGER PRICE
"When lbere i.r work, be's never
late, lbe kind of fellow we up-
Baseball 33 Projection Club 2, 3, 43
Sound and Stage Equipment 2, 3, 43
Baseball Mana er 3' Wrestlin Man-
8 i 8
DAVID LEE PROSEEDA
"Someday a teacher he will be,
Principal af bi: school, jun wait
Echoes 43 FTA 3, 43 Boys' Intra-
murals 2, 3, 43 Treasurer, FTA 4g
Treasurer, Homeroom 3. Y
JAMES EDWIN REEDY
"lim if lmndfome, dark, and lall
He'r built jun rigb! la play fool:
Chorus 2g Field Day 2, 3, 43 Foot-
ball 2, 3, 43 Projection Club 2, 3
Treasurer of Projection Club.
43 School Paper 23 Wrestling 33
ROBERT JOHN REICH
"Lot: of fun and full of wit,
with lair cltmfnaler heir tz kit."
"In winter, rummer, fall, or
Field Day 3g Football 3, 4. rpring, bi: mnrtunt rmile ir 4
Field Day 2, 4.
"Penny workr night and day,
Burily ftoring knowledge away."
Echoes 4g GAA 2, 3, 43 Girls' Intra-
murals 2, 3, 4.
FLORENCE MAY REISH
"Slte'1 fine, induftriotm' Jl1e'r
O. K. life look for ber to gp a
Band 2, 3, 4g Echoes 4g GAA 2, 3,
4g Girls' Intramurals 3, 43 Tri-Hi-
ROBERT LARUE RIEHL
"He driver hir rar like one por-
Jeued, We wonder laow he par-
.red lair text."
ERNEST RUDPHOE RITTER
"Rudy'r the kind of guy we like,
and we think that l9e'J all right."
Projection Club 2, 3, 4, Sound and
Stage Equipment 2, 3, 4g Wrestling
3g Secretary, Projection Club 4.
BETTY JO ROBINSON
"Lovely, lively, Jweez and kind,
A belief friend if hard lo find."
Band 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 43 Echoes 43
GAA 2, 3, 4, Business Manager 43
Girls' Intramurals 2, 3, 4g junior
Class Play, Student Council 2, 3, 4,
Director Student Council Play 4g
Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Treasurer 3.
TERRY GLENN ROWE
"Terry is tall, laandrome, and
blondg Of him, all the girlr are
Baseball 2, 3, 4, Football 3, JV
Football 23 Key Club 2, 3, 49 Class
RAY WILSON RUGH
HTf7iI boy Ray if big and tall,
He ifn'l afraid of girlf at all."
Baseball Manager 3, 4, Basketball
Manager 2, 3, 4, Field Day 4, Foot-
ball Manager 3, 4, Key Club 2, 3, 45
Projection Club 3, 49 Wrestling
Manager 3, 4.
"George if really onenfwell guy,
You can be Jure bed: noi very
Sound and Stage Equipment 2.
JOAN ESTHER SCHRECK
"Her roire ir einer Jofl, gentle,
and low, an excellent thing in a
woman, you know."
Band 2, 3, Echoes 4, GAA 2, 3, 4g
Girls' Intramurals 2.
WILLIAM LYNDE SEIDEL
"A name lhafr alway: in romierya-
lion, IJ Bill with lair hella for
Chorus 2, 31 Football 23 Student
Council Play 4.
CAROLINE JEAN SHAFFER
"Caroline reem: to enjoy her
worhg She ir never one to rhirhf'
Echoes 4, FHA 4g Library Club 4.
ETHEL MAE SHIFFER
"Ethel har a plearant Jmile, Tha!
you can fee all the while."
GAA 2, 3, 4g Girls' Intramurals 2, 4.
ROBERT MORRIS SHIMMEL
"Bob ir a father quiet guy, In life
we're :ure he'll get hy."
Echoes 4, Football 23 Projection
Club 3, 4, School Paper 3, 4.
PATRICIA ANN SHIRK
"An all around girl, Jo full of joy,
With perronality we all enjoy."
Chorus 3, 4, Echoes 4g Field Day
2, 3, 43 GAA 2, 3, 45 Girls' Intra-
murals 2, 3, Student Council 23 Tri-
Hi-Y 3, 4, Secretary of Tri-Hi-Y 4.
"Fate will find a way for me, If
I give her a day, or two, or three."
"Bill': alwayr helping M.H.S.,
He'r rare lo heeome a surfers."
Class Historian 2.
IRMA LAURA SHUMAN
"A flmrming uuy and a winning
Jmile. None like il mn be found
for many iz mile."
FHA 43 Field Day 3, 43 GAA 2,
3, 43 Girls' Intramurals 2, 3, 4.
GEORGE SIGMAN SLOCUM
"Heli jun lhe lype of perron
everyone admirey, Porierfing all
llae qualilier lin ideal boy re-
Basketball 3, 43 Chorus 2, 3, 4g
Echoes 43 Field Day 2, 3, 4g Foot-
ball 2, 3, 43 Junior Class Play, Key
Club 2, 3, 43 Student Council 33
Class Treasurer 23 JV Basketball 23
President Key Club 43 Vice Pres-
ident Key Club 3g Vice President
JUDITI-I ANN SNYDER
"Noi loo Joiner, noi loo guy,
judy'J a pal in every way."
Field Day 31 GAA 2, 3, 43 Girls'
Intramurals 2, 31 junior Historian
RONALD LYNN SPOTTS
"For high rpeed he but iz lhirfl,
Al llie end of iz rare, You'll find
"In many gym rlarrer the lm:
been, Il um nerer her fault if lier
team didn'l win."
Echoes 41 Field Day 2, 3, 43 FTA
3, 4: Girls' Intramurals 2, 3, 43
Girls' Interscholastics 41 GAA 2, 3,
43 Junior Historian Club 3, 4g Vice
President FTA 4.
"A lull, fair, and charming lan,
Pat! a wonderful member of our
Band 2, 3, 43 Chorus 2, 3, 4: Echoes
43 Field Day 2, 3, 4g GAA 2, 3, 4g
Girls' Intramurals 2, 3, 43 junior
Class Playg Student Council 33 Tri-
Hi-Y 3, 4.
JANE ARLENE STAHL
"She worhr hard and does lhingr
wellg She'r quiet, hind, and really
Camera Club 33 Chorus 2, 33 Echoes
4g FTA 43 GAA 2, 3, 43 Junior His-
torian Club 2, 3, 4.
JUNE MARIE STAHL
"Alway.r rmiling, alwayr hind,
A rzirer girl if hard I0 find."
Chorus 2, 33 Echoes 43 GAA 2, 3,
43 junior Historian Club 3, 4g Sec-
retary Junior Historian Club 4.
BONNIE LEE STEESE
"A giggle here, a giggle lhere,
A good rzalure like herr if rery
Basketball 3, 43 Chorus 33 Echoes 43
FHA 43 GAA 3, 43 Girls' Intra-
murals 3, 43 Class Historian3 'FHA 4.
"W'ir and humor, laughrer and
Jang-Thir ir Gloria all day
Band 43 Chorus 2, 3, 43 Echoes 43
GAA 2, 3, 43 Girls' Intramurals 2,
33 School Paper 2, 3.
"Barbara with her lovely dark
hair, If liked hy everyone, every-
Chorus 2, 3, 43 Echoes 4g GAA 2,
3, 4g Girls' Intramurals 2.
"Carol haf a pleafanz smile, Tha!
you can ree all lhe while."
FHA 4: GAA 2, 31 Girls' Intra-
murals 43 Library Club 4.
"To he happy .ind gay .feemx I0
.mule .1 xfrife. Bu! fo Kale, il 1967125
the nzaxt nizruml thing in life."
FHA 4: Field Day 2: GAA 2, 3,
43 Girls' Intramurals 2. 3. 43 Library
Club 2. 3, 4, Secretary 4.
"Although she ir quiet, Jhe if
.l'1l'6'6'f,' She will nerer mee! de-
Band 2, 33 GAA 2, 3, 43 Girls' In-
tramurals 2, 3, 43 Junior Historian
Club 3, 4.
"He': quiel, he'5 .rli4diou.f, and
u'orh.r with a u'ill,' Wfilh lreaxufer
of Jurreff, hi.r life he will fill,"
Assembly Committee 3, 41 Echoes 43
Field Day 2, 3, 43 Student Council
President 43 Class President 2, 3, 4.
JOHN VALENTINE VARGO
"j0hn'.r li lad ive know if ihy,
llvilh hir ll'01'k .ill done, he aluwyr
Field Day 2, 3. 41 Student Council
"In all our dizyr we u'ill never
find, A lruer friend with iz heart
Echoes 4: GAA 2, 3, 4g Girls' Intra-
murals 2, 3, 4, Junior Historian
Club 2, 3. 4: Library Club 2, 3, 4.
ROGER EARL WATTS
"This nmrried senior if happy in-
deed, And happineif, Jeniarf, if
uihnz mi1rriage,r need."
ROBERT DAVID WEAVER
"One hoy Boh if quiet indeed, In
Auto Shop he doer exceed."
CHARLES MYRON WEISER
"Charlie, uf far at we can ree,
IJ just 515 nice af he can he."
Band 2g Chorus 23 Projection Club
PATRICIA MAE WELSH
"Put if mreffee, happy, and gay,
And Jhe stays like that throughout
FHA 4, Field Day 2, 3, 4, GAA 2,
3, 4, Girls' Intramurals 2, 3, 4g Li-
brary Club 3, 4g Parliamentarian of
SHIRLEY JEAN WERT
"A fun-loving girl in this clan
of ourf, W'herz Shirley! not
around, the minuter Jeem hourff'
Chorus 3, Echoes 43 FHA 43 GAA
2, 3, 4g Girls' Intramurals 2, 3, 43
FHA Treasurer 4.
"If he'5 around and if he'J near,
Heff telling talei that are funny
BARBARA ANN YOCUM
" A very Jweet girl on our Senior
lift, Our gal Barham if quite a
Echoes 4, FHA 4, GAA 2, 3, 4,
Girls' Intramurals 3, 43 Library Club
2, 3, 45 School Paper 2, 3, 4, Library
Club President 4.
VIRGINIA MAE YOST
Hf'l.lf7f7l'. lm-ly. meet, and g.zy.'
A elf-iw-'girl in erery away."
Chorus 3: Echoes 41 FHA 41 Field
Day 3: GAA 2. 3. 43 Girls' Intra-
murals Z, 3. 43 FHA Secretary 4.
EVELYN ROSE YOUNG
"Of all Ilya rlr1,f,fm.1fe.r. we lure
found 117.11 Erelyzz ii flifefl fo burr
Baseball 23 Chorus 23 FHA 43 Field
Day 2, 3, 43 GAA 2. 3. 41 Girls'
Intramurals 2. 3, 4: Library Club 3.
4, Vice President 4.
SAMUEL VERNON YOUNG
"Our friwid Sum if full of fun
llir hurl if Irue I0 only wiv."
Field Day 2. 3. 4: Football 43 Stu-
dent Council 33 Wrestling 3, 43
Class Treasurer 4.
WILLIAM PAUL YOUNG
"Hen-".r 4 boy u'lm'5 happy and
guy. Liked by all in every way."
Field Day 3, 43 Football 2. 3.
ROBERT PAUL YOUNT
"He'J lorzdr of fun in erery umzyx
Knowing lvim will really pay,"
NANCY LEE ZECHIVIAN
"lIere'.r a l77'UI4'2I+hdlf'63d. blue-
eyed fulie. A11 all around Millar:
High Srhool lfeaulyf'
Cheerleader 3, 43 Chorus 2, 3, 43
Echoes 43 Field Day 2, 3, 43 FTA
3g GAA 2, 3, 43 Girls' Intramurals
2, 3, 43 Girls' Interscholastics 43
Student Council 23 Tri-Hi-Y 4g
GAA Treasurer 43 Class Secretary
JOHN WILLIAM ZEIBER
"A little nomenre now and lben,
If relirbed by the bert of men."
Basketball 2g Echoes 43 Football 23
FTA 4, Junior Class Playg junior
Historian Club 3, 4, School Paper
43 Student Council 2, 4, Wrestling
33 Treasurer Junior Historian
Senior Day is here once more, and we, as seniors of the Class of '58, prepare to leave the
immortal halls of our dear school. Our memories now turn back to the three wonderful
years we have spent here.
During our 1955-56 term, our sophomore year in high school, we chose two class advisors
to serve us throughout our three years in high school. They were Mrs. Butler and Mr.
Kearney. The class officers for our sophomore year were: President, Ronald Troutman,
Vice President, Norman Azingerg Treasurer, George Slocumg Secretary, Helen Evans, and
Class Historian, Nancy Bower.
In order to raise money for our class, we sold magazines. Students with the highest
number of subscriptions were: jane Stahl, William Herald, George Barto, Gloria Swanston,
and Florence Reish.
Also in 1955 our class obtained the highest percentage of students present in school
at one time.
On May 25 o'f '56, we held our class picnic at Knobel's Grove with 60 people attending.
The '56-57 term, our junior year in school, opened with the election of class officers
and a new class advisor to fill the vacancy left by Mrs. Butler. Officers elected were:
President, Ronald Troutman, Vice President, Janice Logang Treasurer, Terry Rowe, Secre-
tary, Nancy Zechmang and Class Historian, Nancy Bower. Miss Roberts was elected as
our new class advisor.
We were mighty proud this year to be the first class to present a junior class play.
Our annual class picnic was again held at Knobel's Grove.
During the '57-'58 term, our senior year in high school, we elected Ronald Troutman
president of our class. The other officers were Vice President, Mary Marsh, Treasurer,
Sam Young, Secretary, Nancy Zechmang and Class Historian, Lee Smeltz. It was again
necessary to choose another class advisor to fill the vacancy left by Mr. Kearney. Mr.
Cochran was elected.
Our three years in high school were marked with many activities such as G.A.A., Key
Club, Tri-Hi-Y, Projectionist Club, F.H.A., F.T.A., Student Council, Intramural and Scholas-
tic sports, the annual dances, and our Play Day program.
Our thoughts are now focused on the great beyond and our future years. Although many
of us will be separated from one another, our memories will always linger on our three
happy years in Milton Area Joint Senior High School.
Pmiridelil , ,, JANET CUPP
Vive Prefidefli , , WILLIAM SNYDER
Secretary , , JUDY GODFREY
Trefuifref' ,,,,, MICHAEL FOUST
Hirloriiuz V,Y,V . LINDA MACK
We, the Class of 1959, have completed our junior year under the able supervision of
Miss Bower and Mr. Taylor, our advisors. The past year has been full of excitement and
new experiences for all of us. We had included in our plans for the year the Junior
Pmridwif DONALD KLFCKNER
Vice P7'L'3'jd6Ilf , , DONNA EARHART
SL't'I't'fz1P'y KAY NEYHART
'l'r'w1,i'1zi'e1' SANDRA SCI-IELL
XVC, the Class of 1960, have successfully completed our first year of high school under
the guidance of Mrs. Hunter and Mr. Mauger.
We Carried out 21 fruit cake sale which proved very successful.
XVC are looking forward to our future years at Milton Senior High School.
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Pfeiident ,,,,,,,,..,, ,7,, , , MARY MARSH
Vice President YYY,,,,. ,,........ L UCILLE LUPO
Secretary ....,,,,. ,Y.,,, E LOYCE MCBRIDE
Treamrer .wYwveee.eee.eVe ,.... N ANCY ZECHMAN
Social Chairman 7,,,,A.., ,A..,,....,,.,,. S ANDRA NUNN
Bzzrinerr Manager .,,Y.,,,,,,. BETTY JO ROBINSON
Pzzblirily Chairman ..,Y......w,,,,,,,,, KAY NEYHART
Scribe Viiieieieii.ei...,.. ...,, F RANCIS SCHREYER
Adwfor ,iiiiei ....,V,,, M ISS ROBERTS
Under the supervision of Miss Roberts, the G. A. A. has had another success-
ful year, with a 90 per cent representation of the high school girls.
Most of the activities at the beginning of the year had to be cancelled because
of disagreeable weather. However, many activities were carried out during the
year. Included in these were the collection of toys at Christmas time, which
were given to the Salvation Army, a "Turn About Day and Dance" with "Sock
Hop" combined, a "Sports Night," a "Tureen Supper and Backwards Party,"
and they joined with the Student Council in the sponsorship of the annual
The year was climaxed with the annual May Dance.
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Cfmmci am! Oriqfiuiziifjoflf Bob Rcich
iklietty Jo Robinson
"'Nancy Lou Bower
Pf'e.fic2'6f2t V,.V, ,,.V,, ,,,, S R ONALD TROUTMAN
Vice President , ,,... , JANET CUPP
Serrelfzry , ,Y,, , ANNE HOTTENSTEIN
Trefzifzrer , ,,,, , , , DON KLECKNER
Adifimm , , MR. TAYLOR, MISS NEUGARD
The Student Council has had a very busy and successful year. It has spon-
sored such projects as "Care,', dances after basketball games, the co-sponsored
"Sports Dance," and they compiled a Student Council scrapbook.
In addition to the usual work of the Council, they put on an all-school play
entitled "Off the Track."
The Assembly Committee made all the introductions in the assembly and chapel pro-
grams. They also selected and carried out the plans for the paid assemblies for 1958-59.
Prarident - Y W OWEN KOCH
Sedelfzry , ,, RUDY RITTER
Treaflzrer' JAMES REEDY
Ad1'i.i-or , , ,, ,, MR. WILLIAMS
The Projectionist Club, under the guidance of Mr. Williams, has excellently scheduled
all motion pictures for classes and assemblies, cared for all visual aids equipment, and
scheduled all TV programs.
Preyident . ,. A ,, MARY MARSH
Vive Prefident ., .. A,., B ONNIE FISHER
Serrefary A AA A. A A ,,,, PAT SHIRK
Treamrer , A ....,.. LINDA MACK
Chaplain . ,,A,,.,, .IANICE LOGAN
Advifor AAAA, . AAAAAAAAA. .. AAAAAA MRS. HUNTER
The Tri-Hi-Y has had a very busy and successful year.
Among the activities carried out during the year were an induction service
for new members, a hayride, several food sales, a cabin party, and the annual
Snow Dance. The theme of the dance was "An Old-Fashioned Christmas."
The club also carried out several service projects. Included among these was
the distribution of baskets of food at Thanksgiving, and handkerchiefs to the
Northumberland County Home at Christmas time.
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Prefidezzt , , , , GEORGE SLOCUM
Vice Prefidezzt ,, , ,, , RONALD KEEFER
Secreiary-T1'ea.rure1' . . ..,,, WILMER LEINBACH
Advisof' . ,,,,,,,,, ,, MR. TULE
The Key Club, a junior organization of the Kiwanis Club, had a very success-
Included in their activities for the year were a hayride, the sale of programs
at the basketball games and the wrestling matches, and a car wash.
Also included in their plans for the year was a school project.
MILTON SCHOOL N EWS
Published nine times during the year by the Senior and Junior lligh Schools
Yearly subscription. fifty cents
Executive Board-Superintendent of the Schools. Principals of Senior and
Junior High Schools and Faculty Advisers
Miss Mae Neugard I . . -
Miss Julia Hagenbucht ' """"""'A""'R"""' Semor Hlgh Admefii
Miss Catherine B. Ballieti
Miss Sarah E. Frymire L- ,,,, Junior High Advisers
Mr. Edward Dobb I
Judy Hause, '58 ,,,, ,, ..,, Editor-in-Chief
Deborah Dempsey, '58 - ,,,,,. Assistant
Edith Cameron. '58 -. , ,,., Social Editor
Catherine Condern, '58 A-, N Feature Editor
.Iohn Zeiber, '58 ,,.,, . ,.,.t Sports Editor
.-Xlice McDonald, '58 -. ,,v..., Art Editor
Joyce Henninger, '58 A -- Exchange Editor
Anthony Seidel, '59 -,, U Circulation Manager
Grace Minium, '58 --- , , ..,,,. ,W Assistant
Joyce Henninger, '58 - . ...,. W .,t. .WW , Y,.,.,,, ,,.. P hotographer
Deanna Beaver, '59 -, -,-,,,,-- ., ,, ,,,,, Y,.,, , , ,,s,,,,,, Reporter
ADVERTISING STAFF: Louise Matrulla. '581 Pat Guffey, '58g Barbara
Yocum. '58g Pat Greiner. 593 Judie Godfrey, '593 Susan Misavage, '59g
Marcia Kessler. '59: Claudia Harbaugh, '59: Judy Foresman, 591 Jane
Foust, '59g Sandra Billmeyer '60z Carolyn Knaub, '60g Nancy Piieegor,
'60g Pat Pick, '60.
The Milton School News strives to have all traces of prejudice removed
from its pages, select the Hnest and most accurate news. encourage better
sportsmanship. improve student and faculty co-operation, and keep the
students informed of various activities in and about the school.
Fin! row: Second raw: Tffifd V011
Mary Ann Hertz
t"Alice Jane McDonald
at prerefzl when pic
lure um taken: ,FDenoIeJ feniofr
Prwidwzt BARBARA YOCUM
Vice Prefidezll EVELYN YOUNG
Secrelfzry KATHERINE TEMPLIN
Trea.r1zrer , MILDRED MCWILLIAMS
Adrifor , MISS REINHART
The members of the Library Club have assisted in preparing books for shelving, and
helped at the charging desk in the library during the past year. They had included in
their plans the exchange of Christmas gifts and a picnic.
Prefidezzl . JUDY HAUSE
Vice P!'6.fIdt37Z1 , ,, VIRGINIA SPRINGMAN
'l'1'efz.r1n'er , , , DAVID PROSSEDA
Hixmri izzz , , , SARAH JANE HAMMOND
Adriror .. , , MISS BICKEL
The "Future Teachers of America" Club had an interesting year. They presented an
assembly program for the student body during American Education Week. Theyf have
also heard and enjoyed several speeches by interesting speakers.
Preriderzi ,, , , , W PAT EINSIG
Secretary ..... asssss V IRGINIA YOST
Tfeawrer , , . s , SHIRLEY WERT
Hirlwian Y ...... , , . .,, , , B O NNIE STEESE
Song Leader ....., , ,,,, M ILDRED MCWILLIAMS
New! Reporter .Y ,, ,.. ....,,. B ONNIE PFLEEGOR
Parli,1mentarian ....w, ,A,.A, ,,,,.,,,, P AT WELSH
The "Future Homemakers of America" is a new girls' organization this year.
Their first year was a very successful year and included in their plans were a
bake sale, a formal Initiation Service, Mother and Daughter Banquet, and a
They also gave a basket of food to a needy family at Christmas time.
Pffffdefll , - ,, DEBORAH DEMPSEY
Vice Prefident , , ,, , ,, LINDA HEIM
Recording Secretary , Y,,, ,Y,,,, J UNE STAHL
C orreypondin g Secrefary ,,, .A,. - ARLENE TRATE
Treafurer W ,,,.. . Y,, , w , , or JOHN ZEIBER
Chaplain to c, EDITH CAMERON
Advimr caac eecc . ceec M I S S BOWER
and forum work in addition to some projects done by the mem
In this, the club's second year, they confined their activities
As part of their contribution to the school, the junior His
financially to the organ fund as well as created another fund for t
of stage property.
"TI-IE FAMILY NOBODY WANTED"
HELEN GRIGSBY DOSS
CAST OF CHARACTERS
Reverend Carl Dorf ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,, james McDaniel
Mrf. Helen Dorf ,,,,,,,, ,,,,, Judy Mensch
Donny D011 ,,,,.
Nan fohnfon Y,
Mr. folanfon ,,
Bill Tlaomaf e,e,
,, ,,Y,,. ,. William Heckman
Betty jo Robinson
. james Egli
Mrf, fobnfon ,e,....
Min Reilly .,
, David Prosseda
Nancy Lou Bower
Mry. Allen S. ,.oo.oo Florence Reish
Mrf. Hardy ,, ..
Rnd . ,,,,,,, ,
Timmy ,, ,
e,,,, Suella Coffey
Burinerr-MR. DALE COCHRAN
Cbairmafz, Penelope Reichardg George Slocum, Mary Marsh.
Program-MISS NANCY ROBERTS
Cbairmazz, Edith Cameron, Judy Hause, Joyce Henninger.
Properly-MR. DALE COCHRAN
Clafzirmfw, Ray Rughg George Barto, Richard Kleckner, Joyce Manning.
State-MR. JAMES TULE
Chairman, Marlen Bastian, Sam Young, Robert Hulsizer, Bob Fetzer, Larry Hilkert,
Pzzblirity-MR. K. FREDERICK MAUGER
Chairman, Deborah Dempseyg Judy Hause, Joyce Henninger, June Stahl, Nancy Zech-
Urlrveretter-MISS NANCY ROBERTS
Cfmirmafz, Mary Marshg Janice Logan, Sylvia McLaughlin, Virginia Yost, Bonnie
Steese, Barbara Yocum, Katherine Templin, Shirley Wert, Gloria Swanston, Marsha
Fisher, Betty Hoffman, Barbara Batman.
H"Betty jo Robinson
,flflilfrfu Area Smzor
High School Hand
Mary Ann Hertz
E FLAT CLARINET
"TWO DATES FOR TONIGHT"
PAUL s. MCCOY
CAST OF CHARACTERS
Anne Mayfield . Y.O,O,,,.O,,....w...E.,E,O,.,.v, .
Vera Mayfield .A..,,O,
john Mayfield ..Y.,,.. .,.,
Freddie Buchanan .e,,ee,
William Chandler .,..,
Stella Chandler ,,,,,, Yi,,
Betty jo Robinson
Sally Mayfield e.e... .,,,
Sylvia Chandler ,,,..e ,,.,... P atricia Stafford
Diana Wellr ,r,,,,,
Larry Randolph . ,,,,,r.
Mrx. Weftgate loner ,,o.,,
.. Norman Azinger
Bradford Carter fone: .,,o,e ...,..e,e,,. G eorge Slocum
Min Gallop ..,.,e,.e,o..,e,Y ,.....
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Patricia Mitidieri, Barbara Swinehart, Shirley Wert, Virginia Yost, Bonnie Steese, Mar-
sha Fisher, Barbara Yocum, Ruth Ann Derr, Betty Hoffman, Judy Hause.
James McDaniel, Nancy Zechman, Norma Keifer, William Koble, Ray Rugh, Joyce
Henninger, Lee Smeltz, Patricia Shirk.
Helen Evans, Patricia Mitidieri, Lee Smeltz, Barbara Yocum, Neida Keifer, Ronald
Troutman, Deborah Dempsey.
Edward Price, Edward Drumm, Rudolph Ritter.
Student Emma!! Play
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Studenl Directed by
BETTY JO ROBINSON
CAST OF CHARACTERS
Mr. John Morgan W N ,O,Y,,,,YYY,,,,Y,,,,,,,,,,,,,., W Robert Clemens
Siler Dobbim ..,,,, Y,,,,,, W illiam Seidel
Flifkie Nelron ,,e,,, Marilyn Adams
Belly Plaillipr .,,.. ,,,,,,, B onnie Phleegor
Joan Parker ,,,,,,,,, ,,,eeee S andra Billmeyer
Mfr. Gmzrino , ,, ,, E, Deborah Dempsey
Antonia Gzmrifzo .,,,, , ,,,,,e E Judy Godfrey
Bill Lindsay ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , or John Vargo
Mr. Orrar Boyenby A,,,, ,. .,,, , George Barto
Willie Woodrozz . , , ee,,,, , Lake Richart
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COACH FISHER ASSISTANT COACH ASSISTANT COACH ASSISTANT COACH
LONGENBERGER COCHRAN SOWERS
COACH FISHER-Mr. Fisher attended Susquehanna University and graduated with the
Class of '54, He began his coaching career as assistant to Coach Danks in 1934. In
1942, he went into the Naval Reserve and then continued as assistant coach until
1946 when he became head coach. His record consists of 65 Wins-43 losses, including
a Susquehanna League Championship in 1956.
ASSISTANT COACH LONGENBERGER-Mr. Longenberger attended Lenoir Rhyne
College. He played with Milton's "Team of Destiny." He served his country both in
1943 and again in 1950. He began coaching in 1941 and has done creditably well as
ASSISTANT COACH COCHRAN-Mr. Cochran attended Lock Haven State Teachers
College and graduated with the Class of '57. He also attended M. H. S.-Class of
'53. The year 1957 was his first year of coaching and having won honors as a tackle
in his playing career, he is well qualified as line coach.
ASSISTANT COACH SOWERS-Mr. Sowers was an end at Bloomsburg State'Teachers
College and graduated with the Class of '49. He was a member of the U.S. Marines
from 1944-1946. Before becoming a coach at M. H. S., he coached at the junior High
School for three years. He is the Line Coach.
SUMMARY OF FOOTBALL GAMES
MILTON 8 SHAMOKIN 18
At the start of their first game, the Panthers out-fought and out-played Shamokin. A
touchdown by Norm Azinger and a safety put Milton ahead in the first half. At half-
time, the score was Milton 8-Shamokin 6, but Shamokin came back strong and scored
twiceg thus handing Milton their only defeat of the season.
MILTON 0 LEWISBURG 0
Though there was no score in this game, Milton came close to hitting "paydirt" several
times. Once Milton's Norm Azinger carried the ball over the line, but it was called back
because of a clipping penalty. This game was "hard fought" by both teams.
MILTON 28 SELINSGROVE O
The Black Panthers of Milton tasted their first victory of '57 at the expense of the
Selinsgrove Seals. The Panthers were led by halfback, George Slocum, who ran for two
touchdowns and was on the receiving end of an aerial from Norm Azinger which was
good for six points. Azinger also scored a touchdown from scrimmage. Sonny Fisher
converted two points after touchdowns. The starting Milton defense held the Seals
scoreless through the contest and scored a safety against them.
SUMMARY OF FOOTBALL GAMES
MILTON 28 NORTHUMBERLAND O
The Black Panther gridders continued their winning ways by romping over the
Pineknotter. While the strong Milton forward wall shut Norry out, the backs enjoyed
a fine evening. Slocum scored the initial touchdown on an intercepted pass. John Leeser,
a reserve halfback, dashed for two scores, while Ed Harpster, Bob Fetzer, and Don
Kleckner all scored single touchdowns. Harry Fisher converted three points after touch-
MILTON 37 BLOOMSBURG 14
The Black Panthers were paced by George Slocum and Bob Fetzer as each of them
punched over double scores in each of the first three periods. Quarterback Harry Fisher
hit the Bloom goal once from ten yards out. Don Kleckner, who took the signal calling
chores from Fisher in the third period plunged over from the one for the final Milton
Milton at Danville Cancelled
Lock Haven at Milton Cancelled
MILTON 19 SUNBURY 6
The Panthers showed explosive power in their return to gridiron warfare after a three
week lay-off due to the flu epidemic. The first touchdown came from George Slocum
in the third play of the second quarter with a five yard smash through left tackle. Then
in the third quarter Harry Fisher electrified the crowd when he broke into the clear on
a quarterback sneak and galloped forty-two yards into the end zone. He then kicked the
Milton's third touchdown came on a pass play covering ten yards, from Harry Fisher
to John Packard. Sunbury then advanced to the Milton seventeen yard line and after two
plays they scored. Thus ended the game which gave Milton the margin of victory over a
Sunbury team in Milton's grid history.
MILTON 14 JERSEY SHORE 12
This game was probably Milton's toughest win. The Bulldogs surprised the Black
Panthers by rallying for two scores in the second half after being down by 14-0. Half-
back Norm Azinger tallied both touchdowns while quarterback Sonny Fisher kicked the
deciding extra points giving Milton their fifth straight win.
MILTON 19 WARRIOR RUN O
Milton ended the season in a brilliant fashion. This game followed a typical pattern,
a neighborhood brawl. The boys from up the river put on a spirited battle but were not
able to contain the Black Panthers and Speedy Norm Azinger, who tallied all three
touchdowns. When the final gun sounded,' Milton had recorded their sixth straight
Norman Azinger, Peter Godfrey, George Slocum, Coach, Mr. Mellman.
Richard Minnich, Cecil Hornbeck, Harry Fisher, james Zellers, Carroll Bogle.
Ray Rugh, Managerg Ronald Keefer, George Strine, Ray Stamn, Wilmer Leinbach, Peter Uhl.
COACH MELLMAN-Mr. Mellman graduated from East Stroudsburg State Teachers
College in 1954. While attending school, he played on the basketball team and was a
pitcher in baseball. He graduated from Allentown High School. After serving in the
U. S. Army for two years, he began to teach here at M. H. S. He has just completed
his first year as our varsity basketball coach.
Milton had tough luck this season. Although most of their league games were very
close, they had a hard time coming out on top.
SCORES OF GAMES
Milton Warrior Run
Milton ,,.....,,...,.. Mifflinburg .....
Milton .....,....... , Shamokin ......,
Milton ...,,,,..,,,.,, Mifflinburg .....
Milton Lewisburg .........
Milton Selinsgrove .....
Milton Trevorton ..,...,.
Milton Sunbury ., .,,..e ..
Milton Bloomsburg ....,
Milton Danville . ,.,.. .
Milton Lewisburg .....,...
Milton Selinsgrove ..,..
Milton ,,,,,,,, ,, ,. Trevorton .
Milton Sunbury , ...... ,
junior Varsity lgaskciball
Bart Reichard, Managerg Harold Catherman, Will Bower, Michael Prosseda, Donald Kleckner
Dave Wagner, Manager.
Mr. Fisher, Coachg Walter Deitrick, joe Billig, John Packard, Ralph Burns, Stanley Seksinsky.
COACH FISHER-Mr. Fisher has had many good teams during his tenure as J. V.
basketball coach. He guided this year's team to the League Championship. He is also
head football coach.
The V.'s had a good season. They lost only one contest out of the leagueg and only
one in the league, winning the J. V. League Championship.
Milton Warrior Run .,...
Milton Mifflinburg .....
Milton Shamokin rr,,r....
Milton Mifflinburg ,....
Milton ..,.,V.,,.,..i.. 62 Lewisburg ,,..
Milton Selinsgrove ,.,,.,,
Milton ,..,.,,,........ Trevorton rr.,.
Milton Sunbury ...........
Milton Bloomsburg ,,,..
Milton ..i.....,,,.,,,, Danville .,.........
Milton .,..V,,..,....., Selinsgrove .i,,,..
Milton .............,,. Sunbury r,r,.....,.
Milton ,.,.,.r,........ Bloomsburg .,.,,
Milton .....,,. . Northumberland
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HARRY FISHER PETER GODFREY CECIL HORNBECK
WILMER LEINBACH GEORGE SLOCUM
Judy Young, Penny Reichard, Janice Logan, Catherine Condern, Miss Roberts, Coach.
l7Anine Hottenstein, Rosemary Uhar, Eloyce McBride, Nancy Zechman, Josephine Vignola.
T ir row:
Judy Gray, Judy Barto, Mary Marsh, Joyce Henninger.
COACH, MISS ROBERTS-She attended East Stroudsburg State Teachers College and
graduated in 1949. She graduated from Forty Fort High School. During her school
years, she played basketball. Before coming to Milton, Miss Roberts taught at Baxter
Seminary in Tennessee for IVQ years. She has just completed her first year as head
coach of our newly formed girls' interscholastic basketball team.
Milton.. .. Mifflinburg
Milton Selinsgrove .
Milton Middleburg .
Milton ,,r,,,.., ,,,,, L ewisburg .
Milton West Snyder
Milton Selinsgrove c
This year the girls of Milton Senior High School formed their first interscholastic
sport, basketball. Under the coaching of Nancy Roberts, they had a fair season. The girls
thoroughly enjoyed their new sport and the fans did too.
Miss Roberts, Coach, Judy Godfrey, Bonnie Steele, Sandra Waldron, Bonnie Stevenson, Patricia
Hinish, Carol Miller, Carol Pawling, Patricia Pick, Sandra Kerstetter.
Virginia Burns, Jane Iddings, Trudy Guffey, Reba Duchman, Patricia Frank, Mary Ann Hertz
Kathline Yocca, Patricia Hornbeck, Barbara Frederick, Sherry Germini, Sally Hendricks.
Lucena Bower, Ann Logan, Linda Pick, Francis Schrey
er, Kay Neyhart, Sandra McCormick
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Selinsgrove ....... .....,,, 2 7
Middleburg ol,.. ...,..,, 2 1
Lewisburg .... .,,,.Y,. 2 2
West Snyder ..... ........ 1 2
Mifflinburg .,,.. .....,.. 2 7
Selinsgrove ....... ..,.,,,, 2 1
Middleburg .,...., ..
CATHERINE CONDERN JOYCE HENNINGER
JANICE LOGAN MARY MARSH PENNY REICHARD
Forward Forward Forward
NANCY ZECHMAN JOSEPHINE VIGNOLA
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Mr. Cochran, Coachg Robert Fetzer, Samuel Young, Robert Homan, Rudy Ritter, Robert Hause,
Dave Wagner, Managerg Tom Hans, Edward Price, Manager, Ray Rugh, Managerg Owen Koch,
Managerg James Stephenson, Larry McNeer.
Douglas Starks, Edward Harpster, Michael Foust, John Pentycofe, James Finck, Harold Nuss,
Wilbur Foust, john Bergen.
Victor Leuthner, Edward Wilhour, William Stump, Lake Bergenstock, james Homan.
COACH COCHRAN-Mr. Cochran has just finished his first year as wrestling coach.
He was a wrestler on Lock Haven State Teachers College's team. He is also an assistant
The Black Panther matmen had a good season this year considering that this is only the
second year for the sport. They started the season out slowly, but made a fine show at
the end of the season.
Milton Danville .
Milton Sunbury , ,,
Milton Selinsgrove .,,.,,
Milton, . . Lewisburg
Milton .... ,, jersey Shore .. ,
Milton Watsontown ,,,,
Milton Montgomery .,.,.,,
Milton Coal Township .
Milton Central Columbia
Milton Mount Carmel
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ROBERT FETZER JERRY HANS
ROBERT HAUSE ROBERT I-IOMAN RUDY RITTER
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The cheerleaders did an excellent job of keeping the teams in good spirit.
The help they gave at the games deserves much gratitude and thanks.
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NANCY PFLEFGOR NANCY ZECHMAN
COACH MR RUTH-He is it graduate of Penn State Unixersity with thc. Chss of 48
He wxcnt to Milton High School and played football, basketball ind boiscbill He xx 18
in the U S Air lforce tor 51,5 years. He has been an assistant basebxll coath for eight
COACH MR LONGIENBERGER-He has been our head baseball coach ever since
19 46 His tefuns have finished in second place three times He also serves as assistant
The briscbill team had an excellent season. They came in second in league competition
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may Day 1957
In the spring of 1956, a new athletic event was inaugurated into the school sports
program. It was the annual May Day, The May Day is a track and field meet hetween
the three separate classes. This event proved to be a real success in the eyes of all with
the Class of '57 winning the first year and our Class of '58 winning the second year.
Here is a list of the events and their winners for the 1957 season.
100 yd. dash
220 yd, dash
A140 yd. relay
880 yd. relay
180 yd, low hurdle
120 yd. high hurdle
60 yd. dash
75 yd. dash
60 yd. hurdle
220 yd, relay
Cecil Hornbeck 11.8 seconds
Fred Yound 26.826 seconds
Wfilmer Leinbach , 52,1 seconds
George Strine 1.45 seconds
john Leeser , , 24 seconds
Fred Young , 17.2 seconds
Catherine Condern , 8.6 seconds
Nancy' Fisher , , 10.5 seconds
Linda Heim 10.6 seconds
Judy smith 51.5
Tug of War
Tug of War
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Miss janice Logan was crowned Snow Queen on December
25, 1957, by Miss Laura Rae Hoffman, who was the 1956 Snow
Queen. Miss Logan's escort for the dance was George Slocum.
yflllldflflg .?eHage Representative
This year thc scmors sclcctcd Miss junicc l-o3g4m as Milton s
wrcscntaitivc to flu- lTlLiINil1g Foliage Festival. but lnccgulsc of
nllnc-ss shc was ulmblc to attend thc lfcsrivgll.
BEST LOOKING MOST STUDIOUS
Girl fjudy Mensch Gif!-Penny Reichard
Boy-George Slocum Boy-Ronnie Troutman
MOST DIGNIFIED PEPPIEST
Girl-Betty Jo Robinson Girl-Bonnie Stcese
Boy-George Barto Boy-john Zeibcr
BISST NATURED MOST TYPICAL
Cffmf Mary Marsh Cir!---Palttic lfinck
IM Owen Koch B0j'+Sam Young
BEST DRESSED MOST LIKELY TO Suciclzliu
Gif!-BflI'bLlI'.1 SWTI'16hflI't G'jp'f7Ng111gy' LOU Bowgf
BK?j4w7TlI11Cf Lcinbach Boy-Ronnie Troutman
GEORGE BARTO NANCY LOU BOXVER SUISLLA COFFEY
PENNY REICHARD GEORGE SLOCUM
These five seniors were chosen through a competitive exam
to make the trip to the United Nations in New York City, This
trip was from October 27 to 29.
Mug and Queen of Hearts ef 1958
Miss Pattie Finck and Mr. Sam Young were chosen as the
King and Queen of Hearts on February 22. 1958. They were
crowned by Barbara Fredericks and John Zeiber. Last year's
King and Queen were unable to be present.
Nancy Lou Bower
Ruth Ann Derr
One Girl CAmyj
Girls and Cars
A Watsontown Boy
Working with Children
June 4, 1958
Food, Sports, Boys
Nat "King" Cole
Not having a car
Too much homework
Getting up in the morning
join the Navy
Philadelphia Bible Institute
Go to California
Western TV Star
Mrs. Mervyn Reedy
Own Her Own Business
Pro Football player
Married to a Millionaire
Own his factory
A Hen-pecked Husband
Elementary School Teacher
Dancing and Music
St. Louis Cards and
Betty Jo Robinson
Sports and Animals
Dogs and Horses
Animals and Sports
Food in Cafeteria
Selfish, Stuck-up girls
To be called "Janet"
Third period class
Lot of things
Most other girls
Not having money
Go to California
Secretary and Marriage
Lt. in P.N.G.
Phys. Ed. Teacher
College and Success
Man of the Road
Work in an office
Own sheep ranch
Member of the Ski Patrol
Pro Basketball Player
Betty jo Robinson
Women, Sound Equipment
Ride home with Wilmer
Car and Racing
Oysters and Pizza
H. E. N.
Period 4 Study Hall
Rock and Roll
Being Called Betty
A certain Class
Ridiculing other people
Mr. Lontz's Tests
Caesar and Cleopatra
Third and sixth periods
Pass Trig. and Solid
Mrs. Bill Keiser
Be a good swimmer
See the world
Get ahead and stay there
Air Force Engineer
Roller Skating Champ
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Schools and Colleges
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SMALL'S GREENHOUSES. INC.
DAWSON 8: SPOTTS INSURANCE
HERTZ'S LADIES SHOPPE
MARGARET TREON SPECIALTY SHOPPE
LAMPRINOS TV CENTER
MARKS JEWELRY STORE
REGAL AND BLUM JEWELRY STORE
CAWLEY'S RECORD BAR
W. A. DEHART WHOLESALE CONFECTIONERIES
J. D. MAYES MEMORIALS
W. WALTON THOMPSON INSURANCE
KIESER'S FEED 81 GRAIN MILL
YOCUM'S COAL YARD
DALE RANCK FUNERAL HOME
WEST BRANCH MARBLE 81 GRANITE CO.
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