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We the qemor Class of 1959 who are about to leave these cherlshed halls
take with us the lastmg memory of three happy years And rememherlng that
we 'ue the fust class to complete thlee years ln our new bulldlng It IS Wlth
pude that we pass on these PICCIOIIS lesoulces to the graduates of the future
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Wfho is this man, worthy of a dedication? Many know him, but few know
of the tireless hours that he has given, with little recognition, to us, now the
upperclassmen. His devotion to us, and his untiring efforts for the general
student's progress, have not gone unnoticed. We hope that this will show
his work was not in vain, and is with honor that we dedicate this Nineteen
hundred and Fifty-nine "ECHOES" to Mr. Ray Taylor.
MISS JANE E. BOWER
We, the seniors of 759, elected Miss Bower and Mr. lzer as
our class advisors in our sophomore year. In our junior year,
Mr. lzer was appointed Director of Health, Physical Education,
and recreation. Therefore, we elected Mr. Taylor to replace
We wish to thank all the advisors who have helped us in
our class projects, and we especially want to thank Miss Bower
and Mr. Taylor for their help and guidance during our Senior
High School Days.
MR. RAY L. TAYLOR
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We, the class of 1959, are proud to be the first graduating class to have completed
all three years of high school work in the new building. Soon after entering high
school in September 1956, our class was organized with the election of Janet Cupp,
Presidentg Barbara Frederick, Vice President, Suzanne Stempfly, Secretary, William
Snyder, Treasurer, and Wilma Frederick, Historian. We also elected Miss Bower and
Mr. Izer as class advisors. Our project for this year was a magazine sale. The year
was concluded with a picnic at Knoebel's Grove.
Our junior year, Janet Cupp was elected President assisted by William Snyder, Vice
President, Judy Godfrey, Secretary, Michael Foust, Treasurerg and Linda Mack,
Historian. Mr. Taylor was elected class advisor to fill the vacancy created by the
resignation of Mr. Izer. At the same time we chose green and silver as our official
class colors. Our Junior class play was a blood-curdling mystery, "Rehearsal for
Death." The junior year was climaxed by once again picnicking to Knoebel's Grove,
and celebrating our promotion to the rank of Seniors.
September 4, 1958 was an important date, for on that day we began our last year
in high school, a year of increased interests and activities. Janet Cupp was again
elected President with Sue Stempfly, Vice Presidentg Bonnie Fisher, Secretary, Mike
Foust, Treasurer, and Linda Mack, Historian. One of the highlights of the year
was the annual class play, "Rebel Without a Cause." Many of our most pleasant
memories will be not only those of classwork projects and discussions, but also those
of extracurricular activities - Snow Dance, May Dance, Tri-Hi-Y, Key Club, C.A.A.,
interscholastic and intramural sports, Band, Chorus, Student Cguncil, History Club,
Echoes, F.H.A., F.T.A., Field Day, and many others.
Graduation on June 2, 1959 will officially close the school history of the class of
1959, but will officially begin the individual history of each of its members. "History
is a record of man's deeds." May each of us make for himself a record of commendable
deeds as he becomes a part of world history in the new atomic age.
Linda Mack, Historian ,59
As we, the class of 1959, prepare to take the next step in life, it is with deep regret
that we leave all our wonderful times in M.H.S. behind us, never to be recaptured.
Here, as carefree youth, we laughed and worked together for three memorable years
- classwork, conferences, football games, dances and parties.
We have corne a long way since our sophomore year, yet the time has seemed so
short. As the first class to spend three years in the new building, we thank those
who hoped and worked and planned for this building. We wish to express our sincere
gratitude to the members of the faculty who have so patiently prepared us for this
milestone in our lives. To our advisors, we extend our thanks for their support and
guidance in all our endeavors. We encourage the undergraduates to take advantage
of all educational opportunities, to preserve the beauty of our building, and to maintain
the ideals of M.H.S. b
In the future, life for the class of 1959 will not follow a set pattern. Each member
must find happiness in his own way. To meet the challenge of living in this age,
each must stand firm in his loyalty to American ideals of freedom and democracy
with humility before God.
JANET CUPP '59
Presirlenl , ,
Vice President ,
r JANET CUPP
I SUZANNE STEMPFLY
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E , MIKE FOUST
. I LINDA MACK
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EAST CHILLISQUAQUE TOWNSHIP
George H. Cole
Ralph R. Croman
Clarence E. Emery
Lewis A. Rishel
Paul W. Shade
MILTON BOROUGH SCHOOL BOARD
Harry P. Burns
Kenneth P. Butler
Rev. Philip R. Jones
F. Parson Kepler
J. Lowrie Moore
Harold E. Rieder
Benfer E. Zechman
TURBOT TOWNSHIP SCHOOL BOARD
Franklin A. Arnclt
Monroe C. Cohrs
Ralph H. Everitt, Jr.
E. F. Reeser
Charles R. Wilson
WHITE DEER TOWNSHIP SCHOO BOARD
M. Leroy Millheim
Charles E. Reedy
Emanuel P. Rohrlnach
William H. Showers, Sr.
Myles L. Young
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MIL TON FENNSVL V4'W4
sm- Q 'Y CCHLEQEL
To the Class oI1959:
Craduatiou from high school is an important attainment in your lite our
student days in high school are almost ended, but We sincerely hope the
friends -ind associates you havegainedhere lvill remain With you throughout lit'
You will forget Inuch that you have learned here. I-Jolvever, Ive trust those
greater lessons- -holv to think clearly, how to live peacefully With your fellows
men, and how to live respectfully in the sight of God and min- - lvill endure and
enrich your lives.
We extend our sincere congratulations for your present achievements and
ur best Wishes for the future.
-'llbert G, W. Sc
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Superintendent of Schools
MILES M. KOSTENBAUDER. B.S.,M.S.,
Principal. High School
MRS. IVIIRIAM BERKIIEIMER
MISS M. MARTHA BICKEL. B.A..,lVI.A.
MISS JANE E. BOWER. B.S..lVI.S.
Social Studies, Girls, Counselor
MRS. G. LAWRENCE BROWN, B.S.
G. LAWRENCE BROWN. B.S.
Vocational Cabinet Shop Instructor
MRS, EDITH BUTLER. B.S., M.S.
Director of Pupil Personnel Services
DALE C. COCHRAN, B.S.
Health and Physical Education for Boys
JOSEPH C. D'AIVIELIO, B.S., M.Ed.
CARL HILSCHER, B.S.
ROBERT L. IZER, B.S., M.Ed.
Director of Milton Area Physical Education
ELWOOD KNERR, B.S.
HENRY W. LONGENBERGER, B.A.
CHARLES T. LONTZ, B.A., M.A.
Biology, Social Studies
MRS. CHARLES T. LONTZ, B.A., M.A.
MRS. RICHARD EYSTER, B.A.
P. RICHARD FISHER, M.A., A.B.
Mathematics, Boys' Counselor, Assistant
MISS JULIA C. HAGENBUCH, B.S., M.S
MARLIN L. HARTMAN, B.S.
Vocational Auto Shop Instructor
K. FREDERICK MAUGER, B.S., M.S.
Assistant Principal High School, Problems of
Democracy, Made Principal of Junior High
Oct. 28, 1958
ROBERT A. MELLMAN, B.S.
ROSS .I. MOORE, B.M.E.
MRS. MURDOCK, R.N.
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MRS. THOMAS MUSSER, B.S., M.E.D.
RONALD MUTHLER, B.S.
Health and Physical Education for Boys
MISS MAE NEUCARD, B.S.
MRS. PRENTISS W. OWENS, B.S.
Director of Cafeterias
MISS PHOEBE M. REINHART, B.A., M.A
MISS NANCY ROBERTS, B.S.
Girls' Physical Education
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MRS. J. HERMAN SHADE, B.A.,M.A
CHARLES H. SOWERS, B.S., M.S.
Social Studies, Math
MRS. ERIC W. SPECHT, B.S.
HARRY E. SWANGER, B.S., NLS.
Chemistry, Physics, Advanced Science
RAY L. TAYLOR, B.S., M.Ed.
Vocational Industrial Education
EVAN C. WILLIAMS
Vocational Electric Shop Instructor
MRS. LOIS YOCUM, B.S., M.S.
Problems of Democracy, Math
THOMAS L. BARTO
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RAYMOND E. SEIDEL
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Machine Shop All Hall' A new lass from Selmsgrove'
MA Car, a car' my kingdom for a Cary, Intramurals Basketball 2 Volleyball 2 3
Intramural Wrestling 2, 3, 45 Field Day Archery Club 2 3
JUDITH ANN BARTO
"T he day is shortg the work is much."
Echoes 45 GAA 2, 3, 45 Junior Historian
Club 3, 45 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 45 FTA 35 Intra-
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Basketball 3, 45 Field Day 2, 4.
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MARY CATHERINE BOGLE
"lt is easier not to speak a word at all than
to speak more words than we should."
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Badminton 3, 4g Field Day 2, 3, 4g CAA 2.
3, 43 Senior Class Play.
BEVERLY ANN BOTTOMSTONE STANLEY LARUE BOWER HARVEY ANDREW BRITTAIN
ev Stan "Harvey"
General College Prep Business
I am saddest when I smg so are they who An honest heart possesses a kingdom 'Cgmin' in on a wing and a prayer."
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An open hand an easy shoe and a hope She has patience and therefore can accom "No one knows what he can do until he tries
JANE MARIE FOUST
"As full of spirit as the month of May!
CAA 2, 3, 45 School News 3, 44 Echoes 4
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MICHAEL LEROY FOUST
WILBUR EUGENE FOUST
College Auto Shop
"Mn Fisher, would you let me have the
last word just once?"
Echoes 43 Key Club 2. 3, Treasurer 43
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Treasurer 3. 4: Y-Teen Council.
Wll,MA JUNE FREDERICK DARRELL GENE FREY
Business College Prep
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"Little man. j'0ll,l'f' had a busy rlay."'
BARBARA ANN FREDERICK
"When lounrl, malre a note of."
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LOIIIS EDWARD GERMINI
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MILDRED LUCILLE JACKSON PEGGY LOUISE JONES CHARLES SEIGEL KEEBLER
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MALVERN CURTIS KEIFER
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43 Intramurals-Volleyball 2. 3: Badminton
MARCIA KATHRYN KESSLER
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KAY MARIE KOCH ROBERT WILLIAM KOCH J, ROSS KONKLE
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Secretarial College Prep Wood Shop
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what the teacher suggested."
Projection Club 4-3 Junior Historian Club
3, Field Day 35 Intramural Football 2.
ELOYCE ANN McBRlDE
"Youth is such a lovely thingf"
Echoes 4-g GAA 2, 4-, Secretary 35 Tri-Hi-Y
3, Secretary 4-g Field Day 33 Band 2, 3, 4,
Chorus 2, 3, Intramurals-Basketball 2, 4-g
Volleyball 2, 3, 4-3 Badminton 2, 3, 4,
Baseball 2, 3, 413 Interscholastic Basketball
3, 4, District Band.
ALLEN LARUE MILLER
"Just like an accident going somewhere to
Intramural Football 3.
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THOMAS CREVELING MILLER
College Prep College Prep
"Lead we not here a merry life!" "0h.' He looks .so irznocentl But mind you,
Echoes 4g Key Club 2, 3, 43 FTA 4g Chorus Tom 5 H0 fool-
2g Field Day 2, 3, 4g Senior Class Play. Echoes 45 Football Manager 25 Senior Class
SUSAN ANN MISAVAGE
"Yes, he's a perfect gentleman at all times,
but I guess Ihat's better than having no
boyfriend at allf"
Echoes 4g School News 2, 3, 43 GAA 2, 3,
4g Intramuralsfliaskethall 2g Volleyball 2.
43 Badminton 2.
JAMES RALPH MOSER
HARRY RICHARD MINNICH
"Girls dorft interest me. They are too silly
Key Club 2, 3, 43 Basketball 2, 3, 4g Intra-
mural Football 3.
MARIGOLD SARAH NEESE
Alito Shop General
'Elf there's another world, he will live in "Oh welll Tomorrowfs another day."
bliss. If there is none, he is rnalring the CAA 2.3 4. Library CIUII4.
best of this? '
Intramurals-Wrestling 33 Football 2, 33
Basketball 25 Field Day 3.
SANDRA LEE NUNN
"A pretty girl is like a melody."
GAA 2, 3, 43 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4g Band 2, 3, 45
Majorette 2, 3, 4-g Field Day 3g Intramurals
-Volleyball 2, 3g Badminton 2, 3.
RICHARD WAYNE PATTERSON JOHNNY MERRILL PENTYCOFE BONITA JANINE PFI-,EEGOR
Dick H-lohflv xg
Electric Shop Machine Shop Vocational Home Ec
I am not only wztty zu myself but cause 'Dain' what comes natur'lly!" Ive taken my fun where Ive found u
the WW U' Others Student Council 3g Football 2, 3, 49 Baseball GAA 2 3 4. FHA 2 3 4. Intramurals
2, 3, 49 WTCSIUHE 3, 43 Field Dal' 3- Basketball 2 Volleyball 2 3 Badminton
EDWARD FUCENE PROWANT CLAUDE OLAN RABACK JANET HOPE RANCK
femoral Wood Shop General
He said little bu! to the purpose He I5 not merely a Chip off the old bl0Clf "Silence is golden, but Janet is off the
but the olrl block lnmsel ' gold standard."
Football 2 3 GAA 2, 3, 4: Intramurals--Volleyball 2, 3,
Badminton 2, 3, 4.
VIRGINIA ANN REESER
"Charms to strike the sight and merit to
win the soul."
Echoes '43 Student Council 43 GAA 2, 3, 43
Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4g Intramuralskliasketball 2, 3g
Badminton 43 Baseball 2, 3, 4g Field Day
2, 33 Band 2, 3, 44 Senior Class Play 4.
LEROY GRANT REIDLE LAKE VERNON RICHART
Machine Shop College Prep
"Work is for only those who are not clever '4Nobody knows when y0u're down and outf'
enough lv avoid if-"' Echoes 4g Band 2, 3, 4, Chorus 3, 4: Field
Day 35 Student Council Play 35 District
Band 45 Senior Class Play.
ROY NORMAN RUSSELL RICHARD HERMAN SCHNURE
Accounting College Prep
"After the coffee, things ain't so bad."' "To be bright is his hobbyf'
Projection Club 2, 3, 4-5 Football 2. Key Club 45 Field Day 3.
ROBERT WILLIAM ROCHE
"A true test of teachers' patience."
Band 25 Intramural Football 3.
ANTHONY ALVIN SEIDEL
"Work fasciuates meg I could sit and look
at it for hours!"
Co-Editor Echoes 45 School News 35 Student
Council 25 Projection Club 25 FTA 3, Presi-
denl 45 lntramural Volleyball 35 Boys'
Chorus 25 Field Day 2, 35 Senior Class
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"Even in this day of inflation, a penny for
her thoughts is a fair price."'
GAA 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Intramurals-
Basketball 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 3, 4, Badmin-
ton 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, Echoes
4, Field Day 2, Senior Class Play 4.
BONNIE JEAN TEMPLE
"Her frowns are even fairer far, than the
smiles of other maidens arel"
Echoes 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4,
IntramuralsABaskethall 2, 3, 4, Volleyball
2, 3, 4, Badminton 2, 3, 4, Field Day 2,
NEIL FRANCIS SWANGER
"Cheerily then, my little man, live and laugh,
as boyhood can."
TERRY ARMAND VALIQUETTE
"1 slept and dreamed that life was beauty,
I woke and found that Iife's a duty."
Intramural Fqotball 3.
.IUDITH ANN SWITZER
"When she talks, ye gads! how she talks!"
CAA 2, 3, 4, FTA 4, Intramurals-Volley-
ball 2, 3, 4, Badminton 3, 4, Baseball 2, 4,
Basketball 2, 4, Echoes 4, Student Colmcil
DAVID CLINTON WAGNER
"I was very gratified to be.able to answer
promptly, and I did. I said I didn't know."
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3 Intramurals Volleyball 3 4 Baseball 3 Basketball 3.
IUDITH MAE YOUNG
"As good natured a soul as ever trod on
a gym shoell'
GAA 2, 3, 43 Junior Historian Club 4,
Library Club 45 Intramurals-Basketball 2:
Volleyball 2, 3, 45 Badminton 2, 3, 43 Base-
ball 2, 3, 4g Interscliolastic Basketball 3,
4, Field Day 2, 3, 4.
JAMES WAYNE ZELLERS
"We've heard so much about you, now we'd
like to hear your side of the story!"
Echoes 4g Intramural Football 34 School
News 4g Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4-g Baseball
Delegates from M.H.S. were sent to the U.N. on the basis of scores eamed on tests given to all
Problems of Democracy classes. Those sent were, reading left to right: James Coup, Bonnie Fisher,
James Moser, Janet Cupp, Albert Lansberry.
We the Cla s of 1901. have Successfully completecl our first year in high Qchool uncler
the able DlllCldllC6 of Miss Hagenhuch and Mr. Nlelhnan. Plans were carried out for
fruit 1 fike ale which proved very suvcessful.
Wm Ire looking forward to the next two years of work and fun in fVl.H.S
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President .,,,..,,,.,.,. ..,...,..,...,..,,. D ONALD KLECKNER
Vice President ,,,,.,,,v ......... D ONNA EARHART
Secretary ,7,,,.,.,, ,,,,,,.,,,, K AY NEYHART
Treasurer ., ,,v.,,., SANDRA SCHELL
Historian .,e,. CECILIA MOYER
We, the Class of 1960, have completed a successful year under the very capable
supervision of Mrs. Brown and Mr. Fisher, who replaced Mr. Manger at mid-year.
Among our plans for the year was scheduled a "Harvest Hopf which proved very
We are eagerly looking forward to next year.
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Under the guidance of Miss Nancy Roberts, our year has been a verv successful one.
We carried out many activities which included the Hobo Party, Come as You Are and
Tureen Party, Gymnastic Demonstration, Sports Dance, Sports Night, and Sock Hop.
We climaxed the year with the annual May Dance.
C0-EDITORS, Anthony Seidel and Suzanne Stempfly
ARTS AND PHOTOGRAPHY
CLASSES AND ORGANIZATIONS
Mary Ann Specht
Mary Ann Specht
Mary Ann Specht
, ,,,,, , ,, L7,,,,7,,,, JANET CUPP
, DOUGLAS ALLEN
, MISS NEUGARD
The Student Council has had a very rewarding year. It has again Sponsored the
MCAIIEE project. along with danees after the lmaskethall games.
They also presented the annual Faculty-Student Basketball game. Late-year projects
included a play. nad building an Exchange Student Fund.
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President .......,..,.,,, ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,M,,,,,,,,A,,,-A-,,A,MYA L INDA MACK
Vice President .,....... ....,,.. S ANDRA BILLMEYER
Secretary .47 A. 7. 7v.VA .,,...v.V.. E LOYCE MCBRIDE
TFGIISUTGI' ........... ...... S ALLY HENDERICKS
Chaplain .......4. A,.A...,..,7, S ANDRA NUNN
Advisor 7V..Vf.. .....7...7.7, M ISS BOWER
This has been a very successful year for the Tri-Hi-Y. In their plans for the year was
an induction service for new members.
Other activities were a hayride, cabin party, fashion show, selling pennants, and the
Snow Dance, which used a "White Christmasi' as its theme.
There was a district Tri-Hi-Y rally held in Milton, and also a Tri-Hi-Y U.N. General
Assembly at Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.
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Vice President .4,,.,,
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The Key Club under the very capable guidance of a new advisor, Mr. Ruth, has had
a very successful year.
We made plans for a high school telephone directory, sold wrestling and basketball
programs, had a car wash, and a hayride.
Some of our projects for the year were to send the entire club to Pittsburgh for the
state convention, and to have joint meetings with the Kiwanis Club.
Our service project for the school was a glass-enclosed bulletin board at the entrance
of the high school.
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SCHOBASTIC 4 MILTON SCHOOL NEWS
4 MILTON, PENNSYLVANIA
it DISTHBUTOR iz Published nine times during the year hy the
Q0 i.., gg' Senior and .Iunior High Schools
46045 Nw' Yearly subscription, sixty cents
Executive Board-Superintendent of the Schools, Principals of Senior and
,Iunior High Schools and Faculty Advisers
Miss Mae Neugard, Miss Julia Hagenbuch ,, ,, Senior High Adziisers
Miss Catherine Balliet , . , Junior High Advisers
Miss Sarah E. Frymire
Mr. Edward Dobh
Darrell Frey '59 H , ,,,,, ,, , , Editor-in-Chief
Mary Ann Specht '59 , Assistant
Thomas Herrold '59 ,,,,,, , , Social Editor
. , , Feature Editor
, Sports Editor
.Ioyce Lloyd '60
James Zellers '59 ,,,,,,,,,,,
Vad LeVan '60 ,, ,,,,,,,,, , Art Editor
Mildred Jackson '59 , ,, , Exelmnge Eililor
Terry Benfer '59 ,, ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, , , Cil'L7l!!lli07I .llmmger
Linn Watts '61 , ,, ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, , , ,, , , ,,,, , , Ilwtogrrlpher
Bettie Troxell '60, Pete llhl '60 , H 7 Reporters
ADVERTISING STAFF: Stanley Bower '59, Velma Brown '59, Judy Fores-
man '59, ,lane Foust '59, Patricia Creiner '59, Claudia Ilarlraugih '59.
Marcia Kessler '59, Susan Misavage '59, Sandra Bilhneyer '60, Patsy
Campbell '60, Reha Duehman '60, Jane Iddings '60, Carolyn Knauh '60,
Nancy Pfleegor '60, Patricia Pick '60, Christopher Seidel '60, Nancy
Showers '60, Donna Coup '61, Linda Dilioeeo '61, Sharon Keister '61,
Lynda Maul '61, Linda Strassner '61, Ida Troxell '6l.
The Milton School News strives to have all traces of prejudice removed
from its pages, select the finest and most accurate news, encourage hetter
sportsmanship, improve student and faculty co-operation. and keep the
students informed of various activities in and about the school,
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Eluint- Burton Burlmra Jurly -1 C
l't'ggy Caunplmull Ann Lupo
Satmlrn Bilintcyc-r Kay Kcefcr
Linda Dirocco Sandra McCormick OFFICERS
Put Hurnlmcck Cecilia Moyer IJWSMWH V H H V CONN-IE CONFER
llonni' Ei"'l'm Ku' NCYIW ffm President L L L CAROL MILLER
tClearing our throats?
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The llli'llllT6fS of the cluh have asQ1Qted MISQ Remhart m Prewrfent IUIH YOUNF
preparing hooks 'md Qeveral other dutlec 'lt the de-Qk glifltilfgldent Robu IE
They also wmtc-fl Bucknell IllJfHI'X and held '1 Chr12tmaQ Party Tfmgufgr ROQAI IF BFNNFT1
Pff'Sid6r1t .,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,.,,.,,,,.....,,,,.... A NTHONY SEIDEL
Vice President ,,,,,,,w ,.,.....,,.,,.. , 7 SUZANNE STEMPFLY
Secretary . ............. .,,, A . SANDRA BILLMEYER
Treasurer . VV 7V,V 7,,.,,,,www. G EORGE STRINE
Advisor s .. ..,A.,r,,,,. MISS BICKEL
The Future Teachers of America have had a very good year. Their activities have
included an assembly program during American Education Week, and informal talks
and speeches by interesting speakers at meetings.
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Presillezit , , ,, .. ,,,,...,,,,,,,,...,,,,,, , BONNIE PFLEECOR
Vice Presirfeut , , DIANA STROUP
Secretary , , ,,,,,,, , LINDA PARKER
Trerlszzrer , ,, ,,,,, ,W MABLE BEAVER
l'r1rl1'11menmrirzn-Ilistoriurz , ,,,, MARIA CATHERMAN
Sorzglezlrler , , ,,,,,, JOYCE THOMPSON
Alfvisor ,, , , ,,,, , ,,,,,,,, , ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, MRS. MUSSER
The eluh again this year has heen very successful in its projects. It made money to
iinprnve the Home Ee room. had a mother and daughter banquet. picnic. and roller
This year again. they have given help to a needy family at Christmas time.
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OH CIASS PIAY IN 19513
,'X!4!4lSlilllt Slll4'It'l1l lli1'0r'lo1'-f "I'l'fl'f' BE'llfCI'
CA ST OF Cl IARAC'1'liRS
I 'GRebe1 Wilhout a Cause'
' James Fuller
ll Directed by
C Mrs. Richard L. lfyster
M rs. Slnrk
Mr. Carl V. Hilscher
CAST OF CHARACTERS
. . Judy Godfrey
. Thomas Diehl
. Ronald Allen
. Virginia Reeser
.. Carol Yocum
Officer One .. .
. Stanley Bower
. James Coup
Mrs. Davis ..... .... , Mary' Bogie
Crunch . .
Helen . .,
. . Sandra Bastian
.. . Tom Herrold
. Tom Egli
. Nancy Klees
.. Shelvie Cuyer
TlCKl'l'l' Mr. Ray Taylor
Chairman, Ray Miller: Judy Barlo, Mac Keifer, Barbara
Frederiek. Sue Misavage. Mike Foust. Bill Krantx. .ludy
Cray. l.inmla Mack. Anne Hottenstein. Judy Switzer.
PUBLICITY Miss ,lane Bower
Chairman. Bonnie Temple: Mary Ann Speellt. Ed Harpster,
Sandra Nunn, Lueille Lupe, Judy Young. Louis Cerlnini,
Eloyee McBride. Allen Miller, Carol Fitzgerald, Judy Switzer.
PR0l'ER'l'iES'-Mr. Ray Taylor
Chairman, Ray Stammg Roy Russell, Linda Hein, Esther
Eisenhower, Wilma Frederieks.
STAGE- Mr. Ray Taylur
Chairman. Gerald Batdurf: Neil Swanger, Bula Roche, Ross
Kunkle, Claude Ralbaek, Bill Stump, Boll Hoffman, Darwin
USHERE'l"l'ES---Miss ,lane Bower
Chairman. Rlllll Nvilverg lane Foust, Sandra Kaiser, Sandra
BIl"IlSCll, Nina Henderieks, Mildred Jaeksun, Bonnie Boblm,
Rosalie Bennett, Kay Smith. Marigold Nm-se, Deanna Beaver,
President ,,777777,777,,7,,,7, I ,77.,,,,,,,,,,, RICHARD SCHNURE
Vice President W ,...., .,,,,,,,, E DWARD HARPSTER
Secretary-Treasurer .,,,,,,,. ,,,,,,,,,,, R AY MILLER
Advisor .,iiiiiA,,i,i, .,.,,,,,,,,, M R. SWANGER
The Science Club is a new club which was added this year to the high school. lt is a
club composed entirely of Seniors from the physics classes. Projects are selected by each
one and then carried out during the lab period each week.
The club members are: Stan Bower, Lake Richart, Ray Stamm, Mike Foust, Neal
Housner, Paul Brown, Ron Keeler, Louis Cermini, Ray Miller, Terry Benfer, Gini Reeser,
Dick Minnich, Judy Switzer, Suzanne Stempfly, Judy Gray, Linda Mack, Edward
Harpster, Tom Miller, Richard Schnure, James Zellers, Janet Cupp, Bonnie Fisher, Judy
Barto, and Mary Ann Specht.
FIRST ROW: Sally Dunnick, Dorothy Lezinski, Sophia Kish, Janet Fry, and Patricia Antonio.
SECOND ROW: Hcrlnan Howard. Ralph We-tzel. Carol Clark, Margaret Davies, and Mary
THIRD ROW: Betty Boop, Marie Walsh, Glenn Reed. Dale BlI'lgIitlIlLlI't, ltlieheal Fercloek, and
FIRST ROW: ,loanne Bechtel. Linda Ruggieri. Barbara Batzel. Helen Anilwrlavage, Pauline
SECOND ROW: Donald Tlllllllili, George Ketner, James Freed, Joseph Kessler. Hottie Jones,
Marjorie Krcisher, David Hauck, Joseph Yoeuin, Stanley Leskie.
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MILTON HIGH SCHOOL COACHING STAFF
Behind the lines of all sports lies the hidden efforts of a few untiring men and women
called the coaches. These men and women are the ones who feel the losses, and never
receive credit for the wins. Theirs is an almost un-rewarding task. We feel that before
going into the sports section, we should pay homage to these unsung heroes, our
MR. P. RICHARD F ISHER-Head Football Coach
Mr. Fisher, who in his spare time teaches subjects in math, was our football coach.
Although he managed the backs, we have heard a couple of our backs tried to manage
him. Well, Mr. Fisher is nbt the type of man that appreciates this type of action and he
just loves to get the last word in. The season was a partial success, even though the record
doesn't substantiate this fact. Mr. Fisher, a graduate of Susquehanna University, has been
associated with football for over twenty years. We are indeed sorry to say that this year
was his last year to act as a coach. Good luck, Mr. Fisher, in your new position!
MR. CHARLES SOWERS-Assistant Football Coach
Here is truly a fine man to have as an assistant. Mr. Sowers attended Bloomsburg State
Teachers College, and served as asistant for six year. Mr. Sowers also specializes in
MR. RONALD MUTHLER-Assistant Football Coach
Mr. Muthler came to us from Lock Haven State Teachers college. He was a major in
Physical Education. He came to Milton to fill in for our militarized gym teacher, Mr.
Cochran. In all fairness, we must say that he did a wonderful job.
MR. ROBERT MELLMAN-Head Basketball Coach and Assistant Baseball Coach
Mr. Mellman, a graduate of East Stroudsburg State Teachers College, came to Milton
just two years ago to be our Driver Education Instructor, but we will all remember him
for the wonderful basketball team he gave us. Thanks, "Stick."
MR. DALE E. COCHRAN-Head Wrestling Coach
Mr. Cochran, another graduate of Lock Haven, spent part of his time this year in the
National Guards. He is our'Wrestling coach. Although his teams have not had the most
impressive records, we know that in future years, his teams will be hard to beat.
MR. HENRY LONGENBERGER-Head Baseball Coach
Mr. Longenberger, who resigned last year as assistant football coach, is our baseball
coach. Last year he was assisted by the efforts of Mr. Ruth. His team enjoyed a fairly good
season. Vlfhile in school, Mr. Longenberger is the Business Math, Business Law and Sales-
manship, Consumer Ed., and Economic Geography teacher.
TACKLES ENDS GUARDS
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MAC KEEFER JERRY BATORF
PANTHERS VS. GREYHOUNDS
The Milton Black Panthers opened the season at Shamokin on September 14. Here
they met a powerful well-rounded Greyhound team. The Greyhounds handed the
Panthers a stunning 33-6 defeat. The only Panther score came when Ed Harpster ran
48 yards around end for a touchdown. The attempt for the conversion failed and the
game ended with the Greyhounds on top.
PANTHERS VS. GREEN DRAGONS
Coming back with revenge from their encounter with Shamokin, the Panthers came
back and upset the Green Dragons of Lewisburg. The game was hard fought all the way
to the final minute, the aggressive Black Panthers on the winning end. The Milton scores
were made by John Leeser and quarterback Joe Billig. The conversions were made by
Jim Stephenson. In the second half John Leeser, Milton's speedy halfback, received a
fractured bone in his foot, which crippled the Milton outfit for the rest of the year.
PANTHERS VS. SEALS
The Black Panthers went into the game with lots of spirit and a strong desire to win,
but the Seals were in the fighting mood and capitalized on all the breaks. Selinsgrove
managed to come out on top 6-0. The Panthers tried hard to score but the winner of
this game was already in the books. Although they lost, statistics showed' that the
Panthers had at least outfought the Seals.
PANTHERS VS. PANTHERS
Wllat a game this was! Some say this was the Black Panthers' best game of the year.
Late in the fourth quarter the score was 20-19 in favor of the Panthers from Bloomsburg.
The Milton 11 had the ball and was pushing hard for a touchdown. As a last resort, Joe
Billig decided to throw a pass which was the best thing to do, but Bloom had sensed the
play and a Bloomsburg defensive man grabbed the ball and went 87 yards for a
touchdown. Touchdowns for that game were scored by Ed Harpster and Jim Stephenson.
PANTHERS VS. PINEKNOTTERS
In this game Milton looked like a Milton team shouldg true to form and aggressive.
Good running, passing, and excellent blocking enabled the Panthers to crumble the Pine-
knotters. The scoring in this game was done by Pentcofe, Billig, and Harpster, who each
PANTHERS VS. IRONMEN
Fate didn't favor the Panthers before the clash with the Ironmen. The Panthers
seemed to thin out before the game, losing Mike Woodson, Lester Erb, and relief center,
Fred Kepler, due to various reasons.
The Panthers looked as if they took up where they left off with Bloom, electrifying
rooters in the first half with Neuer scoring in the first quarter.
The second half turned into somewhat of a mixup. Danville's pass was intercepted by
Milton, only to be lost in the same manner. Danville fumbledg Milton recovered and
fumbledg the Ironmen recovered and scored. Result-7-6, Ironmen.
The fourth quarter had its own little mixup. The Panthers, pass to the end was
fumbled and the Ironmen recovered and fumbled in turn. The Panthers were making a
final threat, but another fumble was recovered by Danville, and they scored. The final
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PANTHERS VS. IRONMEN-Continued
score 14-6. According to statistics, the Panthers won, but defeat was on the scoreboard.
PANTHERS VS. BOBCATS
The most that can be said about the Panthers in their meeting with Bobcats, is that they
tried, but that wasn't enough by a long shot.
The "walking wounded" brought everything they had on the field, and lost star
quarterback, Joe Billig, for the rest of the game. The only thing that had its usual look
was the strong center line. The center was rendered useless against the "I" formation which
played havoc with our ends to the tune of three touchdowns.
One threat was set up by the Panthers, and Ed Harpster ended in the Lock Haven
end zone but was called back because he went out of bounds.
The final score was 27-0, and statistics proved it.
PAN THERS VS. OWLS
The only thing that caused the Panthers trouble in this gridiron clash was a one-
hundred-thirty pound monster, who never seemed to do anything but gain yards and make
touchdowns, actually, he was responsible for two TD's and a pass that entitled him to a
third. The half time score was 13-0, Owls all the way. The final score looked just as grue-
some, 26-0. The statistics proved it in this game, too. The Panthers had a mighty 134-
yards to the Owls 263.
PANTHERS VS. BULLDOGS
This was one of the Panther's usual statistical victoriesg but who cares about such
things? The teams battered each other in the first period with no particular gains. The
second period lost the Panther's veteran center, Mike Foust, and six points. After a
period on the ground, the Bulldogs went to the air and made nice gains only to be
nullified by ground losses due to the Panther's hard charging line. Still it paid off with
a touchdown. The half time score was 12-O.
The Bulldogs were to have a costly fumble which, after a 52-yard march, was six
points on the scoreboard. The third quarter lost the Panther's "ace" guard, Walt Deitrick,
for the remainder of the season. The mighty center line seemed to disappear in the second
half to the tune of two six-pointers.
The Panthers returned to the Bulldogs' 41, via Neuer and explosive running by Ed
Harpster regained lost ground, through penalties, and finally scored. The Panther's air
attack was good, but the score was only 13-18, and the Panthers didn't get a chance for
the next touchdown.
PANTHERS VS. DEFENDERS
The good hand of fate ruled pre-game time in the Panthers meeting the Defenders,
by returning fleet footed, half-back John Leeser, who had been injured in the Lewisburg
game, to the line up.
In this meeting of back fence rivals, the Panthers were hard pressed, blocking, almost
non-existent, and tackling were poor.
The Defenders scored early in the first period and held a big seven-point lead. It wasn't
long before the Defenders were knocking on our goal post again, but there was a fumble,
and tackle Bill Krantz came up with it. Again we ran out of gas. The Defenders kicked
and the Panthers, through sheer drive and a final pass, made it 7-7.
The third quarter had little but a change of breeds. Finally the Panthers, in the fourth
quarter, drove and brought home a verdict of 14-7.
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FRONT ROW: Ron Woolsey, Mike Prosseda, ,lim Neuer, Jim Zellers, Ronald Keeler.
SECOND ROW: Peter Uhl, Bart Reichard, Joseph Billig, George Strine. John Packard. Dick Minnich.
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Milton 77 51 Northumberland 35
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Milton 57 Sunbury 7 7 51
Milton T2 Lewislmurg 7 77777 48
Milton 119 Danville 7 77 -13
Milton 63 Bloomsburg 7 51
This year will go flown in history as a memorable year for the basketball team and fans. Milton won the first half of the
Susquehanna League for the first time in many seasons.
Good ball handling and expert shooting on the part of ,lim Zellers. Ron Keeler, and Joe Billig pulled Milton through
with the top score every game. At the same time, Dick Minnich and John Packard grabbed rebounds one right after an-
other. plus, adding considerably to the score. Wlieitexfer Milton needed extra height or some cool-headed ball handling,
mighty George Strinc was called upon.
The first-half winners were not really decided until the last game-the show-down game between Milton and Danville.
With strong will to win and controlled ball handling, the boys came through.
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FIRST ROW: Mike De-nius, ,lan Prosseda, larry Metzgar, Douglas Allen. Alvin llenfer, Glen Snyder.
SECOND ROW: Buck Klobe, Thomas Sweitzer. Bob Herrolcl, Charles Dugan. Terry Wullivk, Dale Harp ttr Kim Ltvtlll M1 loodmm
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Milton I5 Miffliiilvurg 29
Shamokin 66 Milton 39
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Bloomsburg 37 Milton 26
Trevorton , 47 Milton . , , ,. 40
Milton , 28 Northumberland 27
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Sunbury , 54 Milton 7 ,,,, 36
Lewisburg 54 Milton . A15
Milton , -'12 Danville , ,,,., 32
Milton -15 Bloomsburg ,,,tt ,.,, , . 28
The Baby Panthers. under the coaching of Mr. Goodman, a newcomer to J.V. Basketball, had a very promising season.
Over 15 boys eame out for the team. Although the record doesn't show a championship team, eaeh game showed an over-
all improvement of the last.
Leading the team were two very good shooters-and we might addigood floormen also. These were Douglas Allen and
lan Prosseda. lfighting for the rebounds under the basket were Charles Dugan and Terry Waliek. Also Thomas Switzer,
was in there to give a helping hand. Looks like a promising team for 760.
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MISS JANE E. BOWER
ABOUT THE COACHES
Miss Bower and Miss Roberts took over
the girls' basketball chore when this sport
was started two years ago. Since then, the
teams have been fairly successful and seem
to show more improvement each year. Miss
Bower teaches history and Miss Roberts,
MISS NANCY ROBERTS
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BARBARA FREDERICK JUDY GRAY
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John Pentycofe-52 sec.
Charles Keebler-53 sec.
180-YARD LOW H URDLES
Norman Azinger-22.8 sec.
Robert Fetzer-43' 2'7
James Stephenson-17' 2"
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John Packard-25.9 sec.
Ray Miller 11.43.23
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James Reedy-106' 7"
Norman Azinger-5' 8157,
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Catherine Condern-7.7 sec
Rosemary Uhar-10 sec.
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Judy Young-10.5 sec.
.Joyce Henninger-32' 9"
Rosemary Uhar-83' 10,'
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The Black Panthers had a rough time this year, winding up the season with a 3-8-1 slate. The tie was called by darkness
The Panthers were under the leadership of Mr. Longenberger and assistant coach Mr. Ruth. The highest batting average
was ,lim McDaniel with .3853 second, John Packard with .308g and, Tom Egil with 300.
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BACK ROW: Claudia Harbaugh, Bonnie Brown, Carol Pauling, Marty Kennedy.
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In the annual Student Faculty basketball classic for this year, the faculty again defeated
the student team by one point, .22-21. Last year, when this novelty was started, we also
lost the ball game by two points.
The financial purpose of this yearis game was to raise money for the Student Council
project to bring an exchange student to our school from another country. A total of 3140
was realized from this effort, which brought 300 students and 70 adults to our hardwood
Star player for the faculty seemed to be Dale "WrestlerH Cochran, with the ,total of
11 points. Next in the line of stars for the faculty victors, was Bob "No Clipboard"
Mellman, with 8 points. Eddie Harpster led the students with 9 points, with 6 from
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Janet Cupp, Barbara Frederick, Anne Hottenstein, Judy Godfrey, Nancy Kiees, Lucille Lupo,
Mary Kay Lupo, Eloyce McBride, Linda Mack, Sandra Nunn, Gini Reeser, Marvel Stamm, Sue
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The fellow members of the Senior Class chose Sandra Nunn to represent the Milton Senior High School
at the 10th Annual Flaming Foliage Festival held at Renovo, Pennsylvania, on October 11 and 12.
Miss Nunn was chosen to be "Miss Miltonn on the basis of character, appearance, poise, and scholastic
ability. She was active in Tri-Hi-Y, Girls, Athletic Association, band, assembly committee and was a mem-
ber of the Echoes staff.
The event opened Saturday with a motor tour to Hyner View, a parade, dinner and Queen's Ball at the
Rendvo High School. The crowning of the queen took place at Hyner field.
Miss Nunnis escort for the event was Edward Harpster.
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On February 13, the Milton Teen-Canteen held its annual King and Queen of Hearts dance in the
Junior High School Gym. The King and Queen were selected by the members of the Canteen by week-long
halloting at the YMCA. Crowned by Mike Foust, President of the Teen Council, and Pat Finck, last year's
queen. they danced to the music of Mel Arter and his orchestra. The gym was decorated in a red and white
color theme. with lacy and plain hearts decorating the walls. The dance lasted from eight o'clock until
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As time runs slowly out.
These are the moments we remember
Of all those laughing times
We had these last three years.
The game we won and lost.
The dances and the kings and queens crowned.
Assemblies. clubs. and plays
Where each one took his part.
Those school day sweethearts
Who will always seem so dear.
Some will be lifelong.
Others memories of here.
Those teachers patient. kind.
Who found it hard at times to reach us.
All helped to shape our courses-
This Class of '59,
As we leave Milton High
To our dear friends we now must says good-bye:
Good times are memories
That we shall neier forget:
When high school days are o'er
And life looms up before each one of us.
We'll long for days of old
And wish we could come back.
It will seem funny
Not to have our friends around.
But there are many others
Waiting to be found.
Now as we leave your halls.
It is a sad and lonely parting:
For we shall ne er return
To dear old Milton High.
THE ORANGE AND BLACK
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 spell:
Or we win athletic victories
On the football field or track:
Still we work for Milton High School
And the Orange and the Black.
When our high school days are over.
And life looms up before:
We recall those days of gladness
That come again no more.
Still we banish care and sadness
As we turn our memories back.
And recall those days of gladness
'Neath the Orange and the Black.
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