Mount Joy High School - Voyager Yearbook (Mount Joy, PA)
- Class of 1953
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Class of 1953
Mounf Joy High School
Foreword . . .
The cowboy is one of the best-known figures in the history of our country.
ln our modern World today, even the young children have collected a wealth
of knowledge about these prairie roamers and their lives. Everyone, at one
time or another, has heard something about cowboys.
The real cowboy is not the kind We see on television or in the movies,
rather, the real cowboy is a serious, hard-Working person. He has many
duties While on the job. He guards, rounds-up, ropes in and brands cattle.
He keeps his horse and saddle in good condition and helps his employer
repair fences. When his busy day is over, he sings songs to himself and
his friends. He doesn't spend all his time Working on the ranch though, at
rodeo time he entertains others and himself by entering contests and trying
to ride a bronc or a bull. He really enjoys his life.
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Dedication . . .
To MISS EUNICE HERR, our official school secretary, who greets every-
one with a smile and who is always Willing and ready to do things that
will benefit anyone and everyone, we, the Class of 1953, fondly and appre-
ciatively dedicate this seventh edition of THE VOYAGER.
MR. W. I. BEAHM
To the Class of 1953:
B.S., Elizabethtown Collegeg
M.Ed., Temple Universityg Blue
Ridge Collegeg Iuniata Col-
legeg Millersville State Teach-
ers Collegeg Duke University.
You have now attained that much-coveted position-the dignified Senior. Soon gradua
tion will mark the end of your high school days and the beginning of opportunities to use
the knowledge and experience you have gained. As you goiinto this new phase of your
life, I should like to send with each of you the Words of the poet:
"To every man there openeth a high road and a lowg
The high soul takes the high road,
The low soul takes the lowg
And in between on the misty flats,
The rest drift to and frog
And every man decideth which Way his soul shall go."
We will witness your graduation with pride, realizing full well that you will take with
you the spirit of your Alma Mater.
With sincere best Wishes,
W. I. BEAHM
B-S-I Elem- Ed-I E1iZClbelhlOWT1 C01' BS., West Chester State Teachers
MRS. SADIE BROOKS
School Nurse and Home Nursing
RN., Lancaster General Hospital
School of Nursing, Lebanon Valley
College, Elizabethtown College,
Franklin and Marshall College, West
Chester State Teachers College.
MR. IOHN DAY
Health. Physical Education, Science
B.S., West Chester State Teachers
MR. I. PAUL I-'REY
lege, B.S., Secondary Ed., Elizabeth-
MRS. ALMEDA GRIFFITH
B.S., Millersville State Teachers Col-
lege, B.S., Pennsylvania State
MR. GEORGE BROSKE
B.S., Millersville State Teachers Col-
lege, M.Ed., Temple University, Eliza-
MRS. MILDRED DAY
B.S., Susquehanna University, Get-
MRS. MARGARET GARBER
Health. Physical Education. English
MRS. BERYL HAHN
MR. CHARLES R. HEAPS
Grade School Principal: Mathematics
BS., Elem. Ed., Millersville State
Teachers College, B.S., Secondary
Ed., Millersville State Teachers Col-
lege, Elizabethtown College, Temple
B.S., Edinboro State Teachers
MRS. MARILYN Y. HERR
B.S., Millersville State Teachers
MR. JOHN LICHTY
B.A., Elizabethtown College, Temple
MR. CHARLES ROVENOLT
B.S., Bloomsburg State Teachers Col-
legeg Bucknell University.
MISS THELMA TAYLOR
B.A., Susquehanna University,
M.Ed., Duke University, University ot
MISS CATHARINE G. ZELLER
English and Latin
B.A., Pennsylvania State College,
M.A., Bread Loaf School of English,
MR. GEORGE HOUCK
B.S., West Chester State Teachers
College, Pennsylvania State College,
Elizabethtown College, Millersville
State Teachers College.
MRS. IANE McGARY
Spanish and English
B.A., Lebanon Valley College.
MR. H. K. SCHOENER
High School Principal: Science
B.A., Albright College, Duke Univer-
sity, Pennsylvania State Collegeg
Army Air Forces Technical School,
Chanute Field, Ill.
MRS. MARGARET WILLIAMS
Guidance and English
B.A., University of Michigan, Temple
WILLIAM TYNDALL, President
IAY BARNHART. Vice-President
ROBERTA FRANK. Secretary
Headin' for the
Members ot the Class of '53 returned
to the halls of M. l. l-l. S. in September '52
to complete the final mile ot their high
school career. Their first project, as usual,
was selling magazines, They hit the
quota-eeven exceeded it. A stand at the
Community Exhibit was the class's next
stride along the Way. lt lasted tour days
instead ot the usual three,
Then, after many trials and tribulaf
tions and with the aid oi two children
and a dog, the seniors presented their
second play, "The Little Dog Laughed,"
which kept the crowd in stitches. Basket-
ball concessions and the ice cream and
candy stands were several other ways by
which money was earned tor the trip to
Washington. The seniors also sold stuffed
telt rams and dogs,
December found staff members up to
their necks in preparing the yearbook.
Finally, the threeeday trip to Washington
was a grand way to climax the journey
through M. l. H. S,
The class otticers were Bill Tyndall,
president, lay Barnhart, vicefpresidentp
Roberta Frank, secretary, and Shirley
Eby, treasurer. Miss Catharine Zellex
SHIRLEY EBY, Treasurer
1 MARY BAILEY-"Mary"
Band l, 2, 3, 4, Senior Play, VOYAGER, Library Assistant 3, 4, Iunior Red
Cross 4 lPresidentJ, Fire Patrol 4, Hockey l, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Intramurals l, 2, 3, 4.
Tall . . . good athlete . . . nice personality , . . will make a good nurse
Soccer 2, Operetta 3, Class Treasurer 2, 3, Chorus 3, 4, Iunior Play,
Senior Play, Rifle l, 2, 3, 4, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Class Vice-President 4, National
Honor Society 3, 4.
"Barney" is the rifle team's crack shot , , , loves to hunt and fish , . .
will make a good surgeon,
Operetta 3, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Rifle 3, 4, Chorus l, 3, 4, Band l, 2, 3, -1,
Senior Play, Varsity Club 4, Fire Patrol 4, VOYAGER.
Tall . . . scared of women . . . usually seen driving an "Olds" .
will be remembered tor his portrayal of "Horatio"
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Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Library Assistant 3, 4, FHA l, 2, 3, 4,
Petite . . . goodvnatured . . . even-tempered . . . drives green Buick . .
sells candy at Murphy's . . . will make a good housewife.
HI-CRIER l, Y-Teens 2, Operetta 3, Library Assistant 3, 4, Girls' Intra-
murals 2, 4, Iunior Play, Senior Play, Fire Patrol 4, Chorus l, Z, 3, 4, VOYAGER.
Loves to have fun . . . smooth dancer . . . really cute when she flashes
that smile and dimple,
IOAN BRAUGHT-"Pug" i
Tri-Hi-Y 3, Tennis 3, Girls' Intramurals 3, 4, Fire Patrol 4, Hockey 4,
HI-CRIER 4, Senior Play fAssistant Directorl, VOYAGER.
Came from St. Louis . , . witty . , . happy-go-lucky . . . always has a
joke . , . likes sports . . . How 'bout that?
Baseball Z, Soccer 3, 4, Rifle 3, 4, Varsity Club 4, Fire Patrol 4.
Tall!! . . . dark!! . . . handsome ll . . . made a perfect king . . . free
as a bird . . . always has fun.
FI-IA l, Student Council I, Class Vice-President l, Y-Teens I, Tumbling 2,
Cheerleading 2, 3, 4, Girls' Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 3, 4, Library
Assistant 3, 4 fSecretary-Treasurer 41, Fire Patrol 4, Band 4, VOYAGER.
Good basketball player . . . sharp cheerleader . . . swell personality , . .
is usually seen blushing . . . a future typist.
Class Treasurer I, FI-IA l, Y-Teens l fVice-President1, Tumbling 2,
Girls' Intramurals l, 2, 3, 4, Library Assistant 3, 4 fPresident 41, May Queen's
Court 3, Chorus 3, 4, Cheerleading 3, 4, Band 4, Fire Patrol 4, VOYAGER.
s to cheer . . . waits for the bus at Hess'
corner . . . flashes around in a blue Chrysler.
The younger twin . . . love
Student Council 1, Tumbling 2, Baseball 3, Tennis l, 2, 3, Band 2, 3, 4,
Iunior Play, Soccer l, 2, 3, 4 fCaptain 41, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club
l, 2, 3, 4 CPresident 41, Fire Patrol 3, 4.
King of sports . . . blue eyes and dark hair . . . lots of fun . . , never
walks to school alone.
Operetta 3 CStage Manager1, Iunior Play fStage Manager1, Senior Play
fStage Manager1, Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Band l, Z, 3, 4, Fire Patrol 4, VOYAGER.
Good-natured . . . always helpful . . . lim was an asset to both plays
. . drives a neat blue convertible,
Operetta 3, Girls' Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Library Assistant 2, 3, 4, Chorus
4 HICRIER l 2 3 4 CFeatu
I, 2, 3, 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Hockey l, 2, 3, , - , , , re
Editor 3, Editor 41, Iunior Play, Senior Play, National Honor Society 3, 4,
Fire Patrol 4, Class Treasurer 4, VOYAGER fFeature Editor1.
Sharp dresser . . . short hair . . . loquacious . . . really interested in
E-town College . . . two years at Philly and then! '? l?
Y-Teens l5 Cheerleader 15 Hockey l, 2, 3, 45 Iunior Play5 Senior P1ay5
Chorus 35 HI-CRIER 45 Library Assistant 45 FHA 45 Fire Patrol 45 Girls'
Pretty red hair . . . swell dancer . . . dresses sharp . . . loves to scoop
hockey balls . . . lull ot lun.
BETTY LOU FRANK "Beit Lou"
May Queens Court lg Student Council 2, 3, 4 fTreasurer 2, 3, 455
Chorus 35 Iunior Playg Senior Play5 Library Aide 45 FHA 4 tSecretaryl5
Petite and friendly . . , good friend of Maime's . . . active member of
Student Council . . . good little jitterbugger.
Girls' Intramurals lg Y-Teens l CSecretaryl5 Hockey 2, 3, 45 Chorus 35
Class Secretary l, 2, 3, 45 Library Assistant 45 FHA 45 Fire Patrol 45 VOYAGER.
Short . . . good dancer . . , quite a hockey player . . . always laughing
. . . is always seen with Tish.
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Rifle 3, 45 Fire Patrol 4.
Tall, light, and handsome . . . favorite pastime-hunting . . . usually
seen, but not heard.
Baseball l, 35 Tumbling 25 Varsity Club 2, 3, 45 Soccer l, 2, 3, 45 Basket-
ball l, 2, 3, 45 Fire Patrol 3, 4.
A history whiz!! . . . cute . . . shy , . , small member of class .
interested in all sports.
Operetta 35 Chorus 3, 45 Band 3, 45 Fire Patrol 3, 4,
Quiet . . . good-natured . . . lives in Dauphin County , . . 20 miles
from school . . . makes it in V2 hour? !!
Y-Teens 25 Chorus 2, 35 Girls' Intramurals 2, 35 FHA 3.
Good waitress . . . frank . . . music lover . . . good sense of humor . .
wants to be a nurse.
ALICE IANE GREINER-"lane"
Chorus l, 2, 3, 45 Library Assistant 45 FHA 45 VOYAGER.
Drives red Chevvy . . . first prize winner with her 4-H sheep , . . future
piano teacher . . . good-natured.
Y-Teens l5 Girls' Intramurals 25 Library Assistant 3, 45 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45
Talkative and jolly . . . hails from Florin . . , can often be seen dancing
. . . What was that? - Norma laughing!
Baseball l, 25 Soccer 2, 3, 45 Rifle 2, 3, 4 fCaptain 455 Library Assistant 45
Varsity Club 45 Fire Patrol 4.
Good-natured . . . red hair . . . drives around in a blue Packard . . .
good rifleman and hunter . . . always talking.
May Oueerfs Court lg Tumbling 25 Class Vice-President 25 Class Presi-
dent 35 Chorus 1, 2, 35 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 fVice-President 435 Senior Play5 Fire
Patrol 3, 45 Soccer Z, 3, 45 Baseball l, Z, 3 fCaptain 315 Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4
fSecretary-Treasurer 435 Basketball l, 2, 3, 4 flunior High Captain 15 Varsity
Captain 335 Student Council 3, 4 fVice-President 3, 49.
Good-looking . . . an active member of the class . , . attracted to a
certain senior girl . . . lover of sports,
Baseball 25 Operetta 35 Basketball 2, 3, 4 fManager 415 Chorus 2, 3, 45
Fire Patrol 45 Varsity Club 4.
Shoes-size l3! l! . . . loves to drive the Plymouth . . . often found
in the projection room,
May Queen's Court 2, Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, FHA l, 2, 3, 4 fPresident 43,
Drives a big Buick . . . small and sweet . . . pretty long hair . . .
corresponds with the Air Force.
Basketball 2 CManagerJ, Baseball 2 fManagerJ, Rifle 3, 4, Soccer l, 2,
3, 4 fManagerJ, Varsity Club 3, 4, Fire Patrol 4.
Handy-Andy . . . good manager . . . plans to join the Army after
graduation . . . likes Chevvies but drives a Plymouth.
HI-CRIER 2, Cheerleading l, 3, 4, Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Band l, 2, 3, 4
CSecretary 43, Iunior Play CAssistant Directorl, Senior Play, VOYAGER.
Cute . . . brainy . . . loves to cheer . . . organist for both plays . . .
will be a New England belle next year.
Girls' Intramurals l, 2, HI-CRIER 2, Tumbling 2, Band 2, 3, 4, Hockey l,
2, 3, 4, Cheerleading l, 2, 3, 4, Iunior Play, Senior Play, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4,
VOYAGER CArt Editorl.
Ardent crow fan . . . active member of class . . . blushes . . . interested
in FSM . . . dramatic ability plus! I!
Basketball 2, 3, 4, Fire Patrol 3, 4, Varsity Club 4.
Wilbur, Iim, or Lindy . . . tall, limber . . . well-groomed hair . . . comes
up with "good ones" now and then.
ANNA MAE LOEWEN-"Annie"
FHA 4 tTreasurerJ, VOYAGER.
Works at Murphy's . . . has an interest in motorcycles . . . makes
shorthand class a lot of lun.
Tennis 1, 25 Tumbling 25 Operetta 35 Basketball 35 Soccer 1, Z, 3, 4
CManager 1, 215 Chorus l, 2, 3, 45 Band l, Z, 3, 45 Fire Patrol 45 Varsity Club 4.
Live-wire . . . happy-go-lucky . . . is going to be auto mechanic . . .
loves to argue with Mr. Broske.
FHA 45 VOYAGER.
Quiet . . . good-natured . . . has rosy cheeks . . . big dark eyes . . .
future housewife . . . cheerful disposition.
Operetta 35 Girls' Intramurals Z, 3, 45 Hockey 1, 2, 3, 45 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45
Iunior Play5 Senior Play5 Band 45 H1-CRIER 45 Tri-Hi-Y 45 Fire Patrol 45
Dark hair . . . dark eyes . . . good fighter in hockey . . . usually seen
in a blue Ford.
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Library Assistant 3, 45 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 FHA 45 VOYAGER.
Medium build . . . drives green Chevvy . , . future office worker , . .
likes to type . . . interests are centered elsewhere.
Soccer Z5 Baseball Z, 35 Basketball l, Z, 3, 45 Varsity Club 3, 45 Fire
Patrol 3, 45 Library Assistant 4.
Tallest member of the class . . . handsome . . . a great asset to the
basketball team . . , pal of Bill's.
Hockey 1, Z5 Operetta 35 Girls' Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 45 Chorus 1, Z, 3, 45
Iunior Play5 Senior P1ay5 VOYAGER.
Tall . . . dependable . . . has an unmistakable laugh . , . is going in
nurses' training at the General Hospital.
Girls' Intramurals 2, 3, 45 Operetta 35 Chorus l, 2, 3, 45 HI-CRIER l, 2, 3, 4
tBusiness Manager 415 Iunior Play5 Magazine Campaign 4 CBusiness Man-
agerJ5 Library Assistant 4 CVice-Presidentl5 Fire Patrol 45 VOYAGER fBusi-
Hot salesman , . . sure could yell in the Iunior Play . . . one of our
future nurses . . . special interest in Detroit! ! !
Y-Teens 15 Chorus 35 FHA 35 Library Assistant 3, 45 HI-CRIER 45
Black hair . . , plays piano . . . works at Murphy's store . . . usually
seen with Shirley.
CHARLES ARIO ROVENOLT-"Baldy"
Soccer 2, 3, 45 HI-CRIER Z, 3, 45 Basketball 2, 3, 4 fManagerJ5 Library
Assistant 3, 45 Fire Patrol 3, 45 Iunior Play5 Senior Play5 Varsity Club 45
Rifle 45 VOYAGER.
Matter-of-fact . . . has dramatic ability . . . a frequent absentee . . .
don't get him started on magic!
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Operetta 35 Chorus l, 2, 3, 45 Library Assistant 2, 3, 45 VOYAGER,
Will make a good secretary . . . can always be seen combing her
hair . . . her interest lies in Rheems,
Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4 fCaptain 435 Girls' Tennis l, Z, 35 Cheerleading l, Z, 3, 4
CCaptain 4l5 Band l, 2, 3, 45 Library Assistant 3, 45 Girls' Intramurals l, 2, 3, 4
CCaptain l, 2, 3l5 HI-CRIER 45 Fire Patrol 45 VOYAGER.
Good athlete . . , swell personality . . . peppy cheerleader . . , always
with Lucie . . . often found at the tennis courts.
0' Band l, 2, 3, 45 Fire Patrol 4.
Quiet . , . dependable . . . good driver . . . Tish and Bert's chauffeur
. . . valuable member of the band.
Operetta 3, Band 3, 4, Fire Patrol 3, 4, Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Student Council
1, 2, 4 tPresident 45.
Need some pills? See Bob at Sloan's! . . . an interest in the Iunior
Class . . . really is facetious! ll
Hockey 2, 3, 4, lunior Play, Senior Play CAssistant Directorl, Band
l, 2, 3, 4, Chorus l, Z, 3, 4, Girls' Intramurals l, 2, 3, 4, Library Assistant
2, 3, 4, HI-CRIER l, Z, 3, 4, Fire Patrol 4, Magazine Campaign 4 CBusiness
Managerl, VOYAGER tEditorl.
Good scholar . . . yearbook editor . . . will really go places . . . "Mrs
Little" in the Iunior Play . . . loves to talk.
Y-Teens l, Hockey 2, 3, 4, Girls' Tennis 3, Girls' Intramurals l, 2, 3, 4,
Fire Patrol 4, Library Assistant 4, HI-CRIER 4, VOYAGER.
Full of laughs . . . loves sports . . . a Whiz at typing and stenography
. . . wants to join the Waves.
MARY LOUISE THOME-"Weedie"
Polite . . , one of the quiet members of the class . . . rather seen than
heard , . . hails from Milton Grove.
Class President 2, 4, Student Council Z, 4, Class Vice-President 3, May
Oueen's Court 3, Rifle 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Magazine Carn-
paign 4 CBusiness Managerl, Fire Patrol 3, 4 tAssistant Chief 3, Chief 4l,
VOYAGER tPhotography Editorl.
Tall . . . studious . . . pleasing personality . , . president of class . ..
can often be seen taking pictures.
Tennis l, Z, Tumbling 2, Soccer 2, 3, Operetta 3, Chorus 2, 3, 4 tPresi-
dent 41, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball l, Z, 3, 4, Iunior Play, Senior Play, Varsity
Club 3, 4, Magazine Campaign 4 tBusiness Managerl, Fire Patrol 4,
Likes to jitterbug . . . a smart dresser . . . history Whiz . . . plays the
sax . . . will be a success.
MYRON WEBER-"Toby" are
Class President I, Student Council l, Tumbling 2, Operetta 3, Chorus
2, 3, 4, Baseball l, Z, 3, Soccer l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club
2, 3, 4, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Iunior Play, Senior Play, Fire Patrol 3, 4, VOYAGEH.
Lively . . . sports-minded . . . happy-go-lucky . . . played Romeo in
both plays . . . does it well!!
MARIAN IEAN WILL-"lean"
FHA l, Y-Teens l, Girls' Intramurals l, 2, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Iunior Play,
Band 4, Library Assistant 3, 4, VOYAGER.
Interested in 4-H work . . . inseparable pal of the twins . . . short . . .
will make a good nurse.
TED WILLIAMS-"Li'l Abner"
Baseball l, 2, Basketball 2, 3 IManager 31, Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4, Fire Patrol
3, 4, Varsity Club 3, 4.
Short . . . full ot fun . , . quite a hunter . . , sports-minded . . . can
usually be seen with Pinky and Lee,
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Girls' Intramurals 3, I-II-CRIER 3, Library Assistant 2, 3, 4, VOYAGER.
Friendly to all . . . makes good speeches . . . quiet . . . good-natured
. . . loves horses and dogs . . , always polite.
Library Assistant Z, 3, 4, Operetta 3, Iunior Play tAssistant Directorl,
Senior Play, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, HI-CRIER l, 2, 3, 4, Hockey l, 2, 3, 4, Girls'
Intramurals l, 2, 3, 4, Fire Patrol 4, VOYAGER CCirculation Managerl.
Will be remembered for her dance in the Senior Play . . . natural blonde
streak . . . has artistic ability.
Tumbling 2, Tennis 2, 3, Baseball l, 2, 3, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4 fCaptain 4l,
Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4 fVice-President 42, Fire Patrol 4.
Good dresser . . . quite a dancer . . . outstanding in sports . . . good
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TIME: September, l949-lune, l953
SETTING: Mount loy High School
CHARACTERS: Class of 1953
CLASS MOTTO: "Not at the Top, but Climbing"
CLASS COLORS: Cardinal Red and Gray
CLASS FLOWERS: Bed and White Roses
Freshmen! At last, after eight years of
waiting! Remember all the attention we re-
ceived as the new frosh of the school? We
selected Toby Weber, president, lanice
Breneman, vice-presidentg Roberta Frank,
secretary, and Ieanette Breneman, treasurer.
Ianice Breneman and Bob Schroll were our
representatives in student council.
Our first money-making project was sell-
ing magazines. We also had the conces-
sions at the Paradise and Marietta basket-
With Mr. Houck as Al lolson in the QA
rninstrel show, we presented our first assem-
bly as part of the high school. The 9B sec-
tion stumped the audience with a mystery
man in their program, "Can You Top This?"
Betty Lou Frank and Tom Kear were our
representatives in the May Queens court.
Mary Bailey was the only freshman girl on
the hockey team. As freshmen, we also had
representatives in the mixed chorus, band,
and the HI-CRIER.
The climax of our first year in high school
was a roller-skating party at Playland in
Much of the success of this year was due
to the guidance of our class advisers, Mr.
Schoener and Mrs. Day. As freshmen we
certainly set the pace for our future years.
What a thrill to be sophomores! Bill
Tyndall headed our class this year. He was
supported by Tom Kear, Roberta Frank, and
lay Barnhart, as vice-president, secretary,
and treasurer, respectively. Our student
council representatives this year were Betty
Lou Frank and Ben Clinger.
lOA section won an ice cream party for
the "coke-players and tap-dance-routine"
assembly. 'lYou're Too Young" and "Twen-
ty Questionsn were presented by IOB.
Shirley Eby went to district band at
McSherrystown in February.
The May Hop was our first big under-
taking. lt was a success! Mary Kopp and
lim Mateer were sophomore attendants.
Many of us took part in the spring mus-
ical, "South Pacific."
This year Marianne Schofield joined
Mary on the varsity hockey squad.
The climax of this year was ordering our
class rings. Now we were really part of
Mount loy High School.
Miss Wilson, Mr. Bovenolt, and Mrs. Griff-
ith were our advisers.
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To open our junior year, we chose our
class colors, cardinal red and gray, and
ordered our jackets, pennants and hats.
Officers for this year were Tom Kear, Bill
Tyndall, Roberta Frank, and lay Barnhart.
In student council this year were Betty Lou
Prank and Bob Schroll.
The first real job we encountered was
the Sadie Hawkins Day Dance with the Lord
Then-our play! This was our first chance
to display our dramatic ability. Rachel Leh-
man had the lead in "The Fighting Littles."
Charles Rovenolt made a hit as booming
Tom Kear, baseball captain, was named
the outstanding athlete of the 1951-52 year
by the Mount Ioy Oldtimers' Athletic Assn.
The junior girls copped first place in the
softball intramurals by winning four games
and losing none. Ianice Breneman was the
lay Barnhart and Nancy Swanson visited
New York for a day as the United Nations
essay contest winners.
Iay also had the lead in the school op-
eretta, "Waltz Time."
Marianne Schofield was elected hockey
captain for the next year. Student council
president-elect was Bob Schroll. Iay Barn-
hart, Bill Tyndall, and Shirley Eby were
elected to the National Honor Society.
The '53ers entertained the seniors at a
semi-formal prom in May. The theme cen-
tered around underwater life, and Les Mich-
ener's orchestra played for dancing.
Miss Taylor and Mr. Broske were our
class advisers this year.
Then came our senior year-the most
eventful of all! To help us through this busy
year we elected Bill Tyndall, president, lay
Barnhart, vice-president, Roberta F rank, sec-
retary, and Shirley Eby, treasurer. Betty
Lou Frank and Tom Kear were student coun-
The first big money-making undertaking
was the Community Exhibit. We sold rams,
dogs, and fruit cakes to earn money for the
Washington trip. We also took yearly con-
trol of the ice cream, cokes, and candy stand.
Next was the play! Rachel had the lead
once again in "The Little Dog Laughed."
Shirley Eby was elected editor-in-chief of
the HI-CRIER and Nancy Swanson, editor of
Ruth Oberholtzer was high salesman in
the magazine campaign and helped make
our class the highest in the school.
Mary Kopp represented Mount Ioy High
as the Corn Queen attendant. Betty Lou
Frank and Edgar Breneman were Halloween
Queen and King. Ben Clinger was soccer
captain, Bill Zimmerman basketball captain.
lay Barnhart, Clair Wagner, and Shirley
Eby represented Mount Ioy High School at
district band at Millersburg.
Miss Zeller was class adviser for this
Now as we look forward to Class Day,
Baccalaureate, and Commencement, we are
happy and proud of our accomplishments.
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We, the members of the Senior Class of Nineteen Hundred Fifty-three
of Mount Ioy High School, being of sound body and unquestionable intel-
lectual power, do hereby ordain and declare this to be our last will and
testament, thereby revoking all previous Wills and bequests, of Whatever
nature, heretofore made by us in our younger, inexperienced years.
To the Iuniors we leave our homeroom seats in study hall.
To the Sophomores We leave our successful plays.
To the Freshmen we leave our dancing ability.
So that the school might continue happily, and not too monotonously
when We leave these premises, We leave the following personal talents,
characteristics, and other gifts to the underclassmen and faculty:
lay Barnhart's freckles to Harry Frey.
lim Drohan's shop ability to Don Zerphey.
Marcellus Goodling's steady girl to Charlie Mayer.
Thomas Kear's flirtatiousness to Ken Good.
Peter Koder's big feet to Phyllis Wolgemuth.
Gerald Lutz's physique to Gene Drace.
Charles Rovenolt's many absence excuses to Peter Nissley.
Iirn Schopf's ability to miss history tests to Bob Fish.
Clair Wagner's dancing ability to the freshman boys.
Bill Zirnmerman's smooth line to Asher Halbleib.
Mary Bailey's goalie position to Karleen Raffensperger.
Bev Boyd's silliness to Lois Kaylor.
Ioan Braught's blue eyes to Sandy Darrenkamp.
Shirley Eby's long fingernails to Kitty Wittle.
Tish Feeser's false tooth to Ben Groff.
Roberta Frank's funny experiences to Dick Nissley.
lane Greiner's long drive to school to Sue Fellenbaum.
Anna Mae Loewen's love of motorcycles to Ginnie Brooks.
Dora McGarvey's Wad of gum to Mr. Schoener.
Lucille Martin's dimple to lack Beaston.
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Ruth Messick's fussiness to Lynne Fackler.
Vivian Metzler's sewing ability to Iudy Kopp.
Loretta Rider's black hair to Kay Metzler.
Marion Rutt's office job to Miriam Tyndall.
Lucie Thome's typing ability to Darlene Schneider.
Mary Louise Thome's timidness to Mae Zink.
Genevieve Zimmermans natural blond streak to Doris Melhorn
Gerald Bender's crew cut to Ioe Weber.
Edgar Breneman's romances to Brat Sheetz.
Ben Clinger's impishness to Harold Breneman.
Ronald Garlin's blush to Irvin Nauman.
Donald Germer's bashfulness to Charlie Zeller.
Lee I-less's red hair to Mr. Rovenolt.
Russell Kuhn's art ability to Henry Klugh.
Iim Lindemuth's Spanish ability to Connie Lane.
lim Metzler's height to Gene Grove.
Robert Schroll's dependability to Gerald Becker.
Bill Tyndall's studiousness to Bob Stringfellow.
Toby Weber's jokes to Mr. Broske.
Ted Williams' hunting ability to Dick Schneider.
Shirley Bernhard's driver's license to Charlie Ashenfelter.
Ianice Breneman's cheerleading ability to Lois Rutt.
Ieanette Breneman's love of convertibles to Pat Drace.
Betty Lou Franks petiteness to Ianet Walton.
Shirley Goodling's waitress ability to Evelyn Fitzkee.
Mary Kopp's long hair to Dot Brooks.
Norma Herr's grin to Ioann Brown.
Elinor Lane's place at the organ to Carol Smith.
Rachel Lehman's dramatic ability to Pat Schroll.
Ruth Oberholtzer's persuasiveness to Ierry Miller.
Marianne Schofield's hockey captaincy to Sarah Garber.
Nancy Swanson's giggle to Velma I-Ioffer.
lean Will's height to Iay Metzler.
Kathryn Zeager's good speeches to Dick Will.
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fTo the tune of "Dearie"J
Teachers, do you remember when
We came in our freshman year?
All your homework filled us with fear.
Upperclassmen made us look like fools
Everywhere that We Went.
Test your memory, dear teachers,
Do you recall that
We were salesmen, indeed the best?
Our May Hop Was a real success.
Teachers, lots has happened
Since the first time that we met.
Do you remember?
Yes, we remember.
Those years were ones we'll never forget.
Classmates, do you recall when
We got jackets of red and gray?
Then came our lunior Play.
Deep-sea'fishing filled up our prom night
While shell-backs and pollywogs danced.
Test your memory, dear classmates,
Do you remember
Games of soccer and basketball,
Concessions that we will recall?
Classmates, lots has happened
Since the first time that we met.
And though we're leaving-
Yes, We're leaving-
Those memories will stay with us yet.
By Ruth Oberholtzer
Shearer's Furniture and Appliance Store
35-37 S. Market St., Elizabethtown, Penna.
Becky McCain, treasurer: Harry Frey, vice-president:
Lynne Fackler, secretary: Gerald Becker, president.
Connie Lane, treasurer: Donald Zerphey, vice-president:
Pat Schroll, president: Mae Zink, secretary.
Peter Nissley, president: Charles Ashenielter, vice-presi-
dent: Marian Kline, treasurer: Iudy Schultz, secretary.
Ronnie lean Reese, president: Leroy Kaylor, treasurer:
Shirley Metzler, secretary: Edward Lindemuth, vice-
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ln less time than it takes to say "Hopalong Cassidy," the underclassmen
started off on their money-making projects in September. They sold maga-
zines for both companies. The juniors sponsored the Sadie Hawkins Day
Dance, and the eighth grade had a hayride. The juniors and the sopho-
mores ordered their class jackets, which they proudly wore every day.
They also supplied the athletic teams with plenty of talent.
Then the juniors presented a three-act comedy in March. In May the
sophomores sponsored the annual May Hop, and the juniors rounded out
the year by entertaining the seniors at the Iunior-Senior Prom.
First row: Hoffer, Zink, Frantz, Lane, D. Brooks, Bernhard, Weidman, Wade, Brown, Nentwig, Christ, Kopp
Second row: Fletcher, Melhorn, Schroll, Schneider, Hostetter, Walton, Rutt, V. Brooks, Tyndall, Smith, Mr. Broske
Third row: Zeller, Berrier, Zerphey, Will, Milligan, Nauman, Klugh, Kline, Phillips, Mayer, Nissley, Fish.
First row: Kear, Kauffman, Gruber, Fitzlcee, Brooks, Garlin, Darrenlcamp, Raffensperger, Engle, Miss Taylor.
Second row: Schneider, Hallgren, M. Kline, Ginder, Schultz, P. Kline, I. Thome, B. Thome. Third row:
Ashenlelter, Nissley, Harple, Metzler, Snavely, Wilmer, Good.
First row: Schneider, Delwiler, Rosenfeld, Stephens, Metzler, Koser, Kaylor, Shelly, Witlle. Second row:
Mrs. McGary, Sponsler, Wilmer, Zimmerman, Williams, Bucher, Drace. Third row: Weidman, Peifer, Hendrix,
Miller, Sheetz, Melhorn, Ebersole
First row: V. Shenk, Fackler, Funk, Frey, Grove, Shelly, Gish, Gerlltzki, Barninger, Markley. Second row: Mr,
Lichty, Graff, Kauffman, F. Zimmerman, Buckwalter, Kanode, Herr, Waters, Schneider Third row: Penne-ll,
Stringlellow, T, Zn B b ' ' '
nmerman, om erger, Gllbert, Ober, Young, Gohn, Gerb, Mackxson, I. Sllenk.
ru-sr row: Wlsegarver, Loewen, Mcliain, Kline, Hostetter, Good, Wachstetter, Ebersole, Fellenbaum, Flory, Hill
Seqond row: Krall Oberholtzer, Bair, Schroll Mumper Halbleib, R tl S l'1 -
, , , U , C meld, snook, Mm. Day. Third rowl
Halnes, Beaslon, Breneman, Mark, Weber, Salerno, Craul, Becker. CCoover, absentj
First row: Brooks, Christ, Lane, Max, Kline, McComsey, Reese, Baughman, Braughi, Sriavely. Second row:
' ' ' h G if N' l ,Mumma Third row:
Mrs. Williams, Fish, Becker, Harriish, Diller, E, Guldner, Wade, T ome, ro , iss ey
Vogel, Chapin, Gotwali, R, Zeller, R. Newcomer, H. Guldrier, I. Zeller, K, Newcomer, Waits, Schroll.
First row: Wolgemuth, Fletcher, Raffensperger, Drace, Williams, lwcmowski, Loewen, Naugle, Frantz. Second
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row: Brian, Shenk, Geltmacher, Metzler, Zimmerman, Baugher, umma, 1 er, ess, rs
row: Kaylor, Watts, Liriclemuth, Swartz, Grofl, Wilmer, Garber, Rohm, Divet, Peifer, Ramsey.
First row: Klugh, Hornolius, Shecilfer, Wilmer, Mummo, Slrickler, Shelter, Herr, Krall, Berletlri, Fellenboum
Second row: Grub, Holbleib, Weolcmcl, Butt, Buchenouer, Newcomer, Third row: McCowin, Coover, Bice,
Kircholf, Waltz, Erb, Zimmermon, Bender, Geib, Mr, Prey.
First row: Gomber, Ulrich, Wilmer, Frank, Scliroll, Mumper, Moteer, Kline, Zeormer, S. Brown. Second row:
Watkins, Hostelter, I. Brown, Bovenoll, Dorrenkomp, Reisch, Willloms, Martin, Stelimon, Mr, Frey Third
row: A Brown, Collins, Goodling, Buclienouer, Zcxrtmon, Ditzler, Gray, Lone, Elnell.
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Editor-in-Chief .......... ,.A. N ancy Swanson
Business Manager .. . Ruth Oberholtzer
Feature Editor A....A. ..4,...... S hirley Eby
ST Art Editor A.., .,.,.... ..,. . . .,.. Rachel Lehman
Photography Editor , ,, ...r.,.,..,...,.. Bill Tyndall
Q Chief Typist ..,.,,.,,.r.,.r.. .. ....,., Kathryn Zeager
Adviser .... ..,...,....r.,, M iss Catharine G. Zeller
Editorial Staff: Ieanette Breneman, lanice
Breneman, Charlotte Feeser, Genevieve
Zimmerman, Ruth Oberholtzer, Vivian
Metzler, Norma Herr, Anna Mae Loewen,
Roberta Frank, Marion Rutt, Kathryn Zeager,
Betty Lou Frank, Ioan Braught, Dora
McGarvey, Iames Drohan, lean Will, Clair
Wagner, Marianne Schofield, Lucille Thorne,
Beverly Boyd, Mary Bailey, Shirley Goodling,
Business Staff: Ianice Breneman, Charlotte
Feeser, Genevieve Zimmerman, lean Will,
Mary Bailey, Vivian Metzler, Roberta Frank,
Marion Rutt, Elinor Lane, Betty Lou Frank,
leanette Breneman, Loretta Rider, Lucille
fm Martin, Dora McGarvey, Marianne Schofield,
Lucille Thome, Ruth Messick, lane Greiner.
Art Staff: Gerald Bender, Vivian Metzler,
N. Swanson, Editor Genevieve Zimmerman.
Dudes Corral News
The VOYAGER staff proved to be the busiest organization in the school.
As soon as the seniors decided to publish a yearbook, Work was begun.
First, the staff was organized. Decisions were made concerning the theme,
cover, and motto. Ads Were solicited as the business staff Worked feverishly
to meet their quota.
Next the editorial staff got busy. "Meet the deadline!" was a common
expression. Articles were checked, read and reread.
Then the typing staff began their part of the production. They typed
all ads and all articles for the dummy. Pictures Were taken and retaken as
the photo editor approved each one. As the last deadline was Written, the
final dummy began to take form and soon was packed away to the printer.
Now we're looking at the result of all that effort -- the seniors' proud
This page sponsored by Mr. Harry N. Nissly
VOYAG ER STAFF
Standing: Lehman, Zeager, B. Frank, Braught, Bender, McGarvey, Drohan, Will, Wagner, Schofield, Tyndall
Thome, Boyd, Bailey, Goodling, Kopp, Miss Zeller. Seated: Ie. Breneman, Ia, Breneman, Feeser, Zimmerman
Eby, Swanson, Oberliollzer, Metzler, Herr, Loewen, B. Frank, Bull.
Standing: Lane, Zeager, B. Frank, le. Breneman, Rider, Marlin, McGarvey, Schofield, Thome, Messick, Greiner,
Miss Zeller. Seated: la. Breneman, Feeser, Zimmerman, Will, Oberholizer, Bailey, Metzler, R. Frank, Butt.
Editor-in-Chief ., Shirley Eby
Assistant Editor . ,. Nancy Swanson
Feature Editor .. .. . . . Darlene Schneider
Art Editors .,., ., ., Shirley Wade, Carol Smith
Sports Writers . ,,,,,. Marianne Schofield, Lucille
Thome, Peter Nissley, Ioan Braught
Adviser . ,,., ,.,.,..... i . ,... .. ,..,, Miss Thelma Taylor
S. EBY, Editor
Lane, Ruth Loewen, Marlene Mumper, Suzy
Reporters-Dora McGarvey, Loretta Rider,
Schroll, Vernon Oberholtzer.
Ruth Oberholtzer, Charles Bovenolt, Connie
Lane, Genevieve Zimmerman, Helen Louise
Bucher, Loretta Garlin, lulia Loewen, Kay
Zimmerman, Barbara Braught, Douglas Fish,
Dolores Frantz, Mary lane Grott, Priscilla
Typing and Duplicating-Ioan Braught,
Charlotte Feeser, Roberta Frank, Doris
Melhorn, Ruth Oberholtzer, Lucille Thome,
Marianne Schofield, Iean Will.
Standing: P. Lane, Garlin, R. Loewen, I. Loewen, McGarvey, Nissley, Mumper, Thome, Braught, C. Lane,
Schroll, Miss Taylor. Seated: Feeser, Zimmerman, Swanson, Eby, Schofield, Oberholtzer, Wade, Smith.
Seated: Lane, Mumper, Kear, R. Schroll, Frank, P. Schroll, Mrs. Williams. Standing: Thome, Fish, Diver
Nissley, Becker, Tyndall, Beaston, Brooks, Reese, Garlin.
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The other day Cowboy loe was telling me how the student council
operates. Heres what he said:
"The student council consists of the president and two other representaf
tives from each class. Robert Schroll, the president of student council, was
elected by the entire student body. The officers who assist him are vice-
president, Tom Kear, secretary, Pat Schrollg treasurer, Betty Lou Frank. The
adviser is Mrs. Margaret Williams."
This year student council handled many affairs for the school. They
sponsored the annual Christmas party and also held a roundeup dance,
which Cowboy loe attended. ln addition, the studentfgoverning body sponf
sored movies during the school year.
At Christmastime the group collected money to buy two wagons for
the Messiah Orphanage. They also placed plants in the library.
Student council operates for the students and aims to further the pupils'
interests and to help improve and beautify the school.
This page sponsored by Dr. and Mrs. I. S. Cafes
Seated: Oberholtzer, Frank, Swanson, Weber, Rovenolt, Lehman, McGarvey, Boyd, Clinger.
Standing: Barnhart, Feeser, Will, Metzler, Eby, Wagner, Lane, Miss Zeller, Zimmerman.
Feudin', Fussin', and a-Fighfin'
The dramatic ability of the Class of '53
was proved when they presented the junior
play, "The Fighting Littles." The trials and
tribulations of a teenager and her family
brought from the audience frequent peals
Rachel Lehman, the teenager, was the
problem child, Goody. Filmer Clay Barnhartl
was always at hand to stir up trouble for
his sister. He was a woman-hater until An-
toinette fBetty Lou Frankl won him over with
her flirtatious manner. Cousin Olita CRuth
Oberholtzerl was the official peacemaker for
Mr. and Mrs. Little CCharles Rovenolt and
Nancy Swanson! had different views con-
cerning the "bringing up" of their problem
children. This divergence of opinions led to
feuds with Ham Ellers CMyron Weberj, an
admirer of Goody's. As Mr. Little saw it,
Norman Peel lClair Wagner? was the ideal
man for Goody.
Goody's college roommate, Henriette
lShirley Ebyl, from the deep South, came
to visit the Littles and brought with her her
charming accent. She was looking for a
man and thought Ham was it until her
mind was changed for her.
Almatina CTish Feeserl, a servant in the
household, was dreadfully afraid of Mr.
Little. Between rolling her eyes and enter-
ing and exiting quickly, she added much
humor to the play.
Matters became worse when Norman's
aunt, Mrs. Harpeddle fBeverly Boydl, and
her son Dicky CBen Clingerl came to per-
suade Mr. Little to give Norman the junior
partnership in his business. With her she
also brought Miss Paloga lDora McGarveyD,
one of her Egyptian dancers.
As the plot thickened, two of Goody's
friends, Cuckoo fVivian Metzlerl and Screw-
ball Uean Willl, joined the group to com-
plete the cast.
Miss Catharine Zeller, assisted by Elinor
Lane and Genevieve Zimmerman, directed
Seated: C. Braught, Boyd, B. Barnhart, Cookie, Bender, Bailey, I, Barnhart, Zimmerman,
Rovenolt, Lehman, Feeser. Standing: Swanson, Wagner, Weber, Lane, I. Braught,
Miss Zeller, Frank, McGarvey, Eby fVivian Metzler cut otfl.
Cowpckes' Last Act
As seniors the Class of '53 presented "The Little
Dog Laughed," by Vera and Ken Tarpley, on No-
vember 6 and 7. In this three-act comedy Rachel
Lehman had the leading role as Laurie Huntington.
Laurie had just returned from State University,
where she was a sophomore majoring in psychol-
ogy. She attempted to try out her homework on
her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Huntington fCharles
Rovenolt and Genevieve Zimmermanl and Wally
Uay Barnhartl, her brother, but with dire results
from thermometers and energy peaks.
Through Wally's romance with Ioan Wood tElinor
Lanel, Laurie met loan's cousin, Mark Bradford
tToby Weberl, a handsome medical student, also
studying at State University. Romance seemed
budding in all corners, even Miss "Gus" Cwustavesky
tMary Baileyl, the hired girl, was slowly but surely
trapping her "bird man," Horatio P, Honeywell Uerry
Benderl. But at the moment Horatio was more
interested in an "excellent specimen of the Melipius
Things got out of hand when "Gus" quit to go
to college as a result of one of Laurie's intelligence
tests. Then Laurie attempted to psycho-analyze her
mother's friends - Walola Breckenridge CShirley
Ebyl, Amelia Dennis fDora McGarveyl, Caroline
Blakesly tCharlotte Feeserl, Grace Schoenbeck
fVivian Metzlerl and Therese Brown tBetty Lou
Frankl-at a tea. But she succeeded only in in-
Her family soon decided to teach Laurie a lesson.
They chose a night when she and Mark had just
come home from a dance, They staged a riotous
dance of minuets, maypoles and feather dusters
while dressed in outlandish pajamas and night-
gowns. Mark left in a hurry and Laurie ran away
from home in humiliation.
The next day Mr. and Mrs. Ted Wood CClair
Wagner and Beverly Boydl appeared on the scene
to bring the play to a climax. Ted and Sid despised
each other for the other's success in the used car
business. After a few verbal insults, they broke
into a fight, slapping a loaded paint brush into each
other's face. Their wives and Ioan and Wally res-
cued them frorn themselves and sent them off to
Laurie returned home and things were patched
up between Ted and Sid as they decided to go into
business together. Everything seemed fine when
Mark dropped in and convinced Laurie to give up
psychology and study home economics seriously.
Gus returned dragging Horatio and proudly an
nounced their engagement, Everybody was happy
as a Small Boy CCharlie Braughtt and a Little Dog
tCookie Barnhartl strutted across the stage as the
Other members of the cast, who were passers-by,
were as follows: Newsboy CBarry Barnhartl, Woman
tNancy Swansonl and a Henpecked Husband CTom
Kearl, Miss Catharine G. Zeller directed the play,
assisted by Ioan Braught and Nancy Swanson.
First row: Reisch, Heisey, Blankenmyer, le. Breneman, Tyndall, McGarvey, Will, la. Breneman, Brian, Ie. Rutt
Hamish, Mr. Houck. Second row: Buchenauer, Mumma, Barninger, Mumper, lim Mumma, K. Kear, Zink
P. Schroll, L. Rutt, Schofield, Lehman, lean Mumma, Groff, Markley, Ia, Rutt, Newcomer, Rohm. Third row
Clinger, B. Barnhart, Smith, Becker, R. Zeller, C. Lane, Metzler, D. Fish, Rovenolt, Naugle, Diller, I. Nissley
P. Lane, Bair. Fourth row: Berrier, Gutshall, E. Lane, Halbleib, S. Hamish, I. Bender, Bailey, Swanson, T. Kear
P. Nissley, Rohm, Raifensperger, Hornafius. Fifth row: R, Fish, Eby, Lutz, Berrier, Drohan, Mayer, R. Schroll
G. Bender, Wagner, Weber, I. Barnhart, Goodling, Good, I. Zeller, Brooks, Gilbert, Detwiler.
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The Mount loy High School Band had one of its most successful seasons
this year. Directed by Mr. George Houck and composed of experienced
veterans, reenforced by members of the lunior Band, they marched their
way through many parades in the fall. ln addition to the Community Exhibit
program, in October they presented their fall concert, with snappy marches,
classical selections, and a display of baton twirling on the program.
ln December they joined the mixed chorus in the Christmas program,
adding a new note to the annual affair. ln the spring the band rounded
out the year practicing for the spring parades and presenting its annual
This page sponsored by Dr. and Mrs. Thos. O'Connor
Sons of fhe Pioneers
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Seventy-tive students of Mount loy High School blended their voices
to form the mixed chorus this year. Director George Houck tested all the
voices before the pupils were admitted into the club.
The first job of the chorus was to choose and practice numbers for the
annual Christmas program. This year the band joined them and played
during the candlelight procession. The chorus at that time also presented
the play "Why the Chimes Rang." The principal actors were Robert Fish,
Barry Barnhart, Charles Rovenolt and Connie Lane.
ln the spring the chorus sang at the Glossbrenner E. U. B. Church at
Florin. They also presented the annual spring program and sang at the
Baccalaureate and Commencement Exercises.
The accompanists were Elinor Lane and lay Barnhart.
First row: Barnhart, E. Lane, Naugle, Wittle, Eby, Oberholtzer, Lehman, Melhorn, G. Zimmerman, M. Butt,
Boyd, Rosenfeld, Hostetter, lan. Breneman, S. Bernhard, Koser, R. Weidman. Second row: P. Lane, C. Lane,
be-I. Breneman, McGarvey, Snavely, Darrenkamp, L. Rutt, V. Metzler, Greiner Messick Diller I Kopp Shelly,
. opp, r. Houck. Third row: Mumma, Will, Herr, Smith, Thorne, P. Klinie, Tyndall, Bucher, D.'Brooks
K. Zimmerman, Detwiler, Frantz, M. Bernhard, N. Swanson. Fourth row: D. Fish, K. Good, Drohan, Goodling
Ashenfelter, Koder, I. Metzler, Bender, Wagner, Schroll, Weber, Mayer, Fish, D. Weidman.
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The Library Aides Club is one of the most important clubs in the school.
As their name implies, they help the librarian, Mrs. Marilyn Herr, take care
ot the library. This year there Were 35 members in the club, three boys and
32 girls, and their officers Were the following: Ieanetie Breneman, president,
Ruth Oberholtzer, vice-presidentg lanice Breneman, secretary-treasurer.
The Library Aides assist Mrs. Herr in many Ways. They take charge
ot checking out the books and of filing them in their right places, help to
plan the displays, keep the library neat and clean, and guide the students
who need help in finding books and other reference materials.
ln November the group attended the annual library conference at Mill-
ersville State Teachers College. They also presented an assembly program
centered around books in March.
Seated Zimmerman, Messick, Greiner, I. Loewen, Rutt, Ie. Breneman, B. Frank, Herr, Wade, R Frank
St h Smith. Standing: Hostetter, Rove-nolt, Brooks, Hess, Feeser, Metzler, Swanson, Eby, Will, Oberholtzer
Flory Ia. Breneman, R. Loewen, Boyd, Mrs. Herr, Bernhard, Schofield, Thome, Zeager, Rider Walton
First row: Tyndall, Fish. Second row: Smith, Will, McGarvey, le. Bxeneman, Feeser, Boyd, Ehy, Oberholfzer,
Ia, Breneman, G, Zimmerman, Frank, P. Schroll, Weidman, Mayer, Clinger. Third row: Goodling, Klugh,
Zerphey, Williams, Nentwig, Brooks, Swanson, Bailey, Braught, Thome, Schofield, Lane, Hendrix. Fourth
row: Hess, Koder, Germer, Kear, Bender, Lutz, Drohan. Fifth row: Garlin, Metzler, R. Schroll, W. Zimmerman,
Weber, Wagner, E. Breneman, Phillips, Lindemuth.
Our Disfinguished Exfinguishers
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Boing!-There Went the fire gong and the firemen stampeded to their
appointed rooms to lead out the herd of anxiously waiting students. These
forty-four speedy firemen rounded up the herd and cleared the building
in an average of one minute, fifty seconds.
With Bill Tyndall as chief and Bob Fish as his assistant, fire drills were
held once a month. Patrolmen were selected from the junior and senior classes.
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First row: Loewen, Weidman, Kopp, Frank, L. Kauffman, Hostetter, Good, F. Kauffman,
Harple. Second row: Smith, Messick, Greiner, M. Bernhard, S Bernhard, Fletcher, Walton,
Hoffer, Martin, Christ, Garlin, Feeser, Kline.
Home on the Range
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"Order, order," cried President Mary Kopp as she tried to bring the
PHA meeting to a start. Other officers of the Future Homemakers of America
were as follows: Betty Lou Frank, secretary, Anna Mae Loewen, treasurer,
Ruth Messick, historian. Mrs, Alrneda Griffith was club adviser.
This year the FHA had thirty-three members. They made their annual
trip to the Harrisburg Farm Show in Ianuary, Where they saw the exhibits
that would be able to help them in their school projects. Each year FHA
sells hot dogs at noontime, and this year they made a Christmas dinner, with
proceeds going toward buying medals for the Worthy members of the club.
Milton F. Eberly
"Furniture of Character at Reasonable Prices"
Elizabethtown, Penna. - Phone 540R
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The Iunior Red Cross is an organization composed of girls in ninth to
twelfth grades. lt is a member of a group of clubs in each high school in
the county. They work in co-operation With the Red Cross.
This organization planned their projects to bring cheer to the patients
in hospitals. For each holiday they made decorations and favors for them.
Their adviser, Mrs. Almeda Griffith, showed the girls how to make place
mats, favor cups, and cookies to be sent to the various hospitals in the county.
The officers that served this year Were: president, Mary Bailey, and
secretary-treasurer, Kay Kear.
Seated: Ebersole, Wisegarver, Bair, Waters, Kear, Schroll, Mumper, Fellenbaum, Hilt.
Standing: Groff, Reese, Braught, Mrs. Griffith, Bailey, Max, Wade, Baughman.
First row: Kaylor, McGarvey, Tyndall, Wittle, Koser, Nentwig, Brown. Second row:
Mrs. McGary, Williams, Sponsler, Witmer, Rosenfeld, Stephens, D. Brooks, V. Brooks.
The Girls' Brigade
The senior Tri-Hi-Y, under the direction ol Mrs. lane McGary, Was com-
posed ot eighteen members. This year's officers Were: president, Kitty
Wittleg vice-president, Rachel Koserg secretary, Sarah Garberg and treasurer,
The activities of the Tri-Hi-Y were varied. They started the school year
by having a food sale, which was a great success. Their next accomplish-
ment was a Thanksgiving basket, which was given as a gift to a needy
family of Mount Ioy. They also helped the Elizabethtown Crippled Children's
Hospital by sending them Christmas cards to cheer them and give them
a pleasant Christmas feeling. Their biggest undertaking was the planning
ot a semi-formal "Snow Dance" with the orchestra of Iimmy Scott and his
Highlanders, with Mr. George Houck as soloist.
The aim of the Tri-Hi-Y is to help those less fortunate than they and
to make others' lives a little brighter.
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Mount Ioy Opp.
Lancaster Country Day . . 3 U
New Holland ..,......., 3 l
East Lampeter . . A , A 3 U
West Larnpeter .... . . . 4 O
Marietta ....,. . . . 8 O
East Donegal . . . . . . 4 2
Manor ..,....,. . . A 2 U
East Hernptield .,,...... l l
Mount Ioy Opp.
Dover ........,. . . . l U
Fredericksburg ......... U 2
lnclividual Scoring: Kear 8g Germer 75
Zeller 55 Ashenfelter 45 Clinger 35 I.
Thorne lg Beaston l.
First row: Schneider, Halbleib, B. Thome, I. Thome, Beaston, I. Weber, Gohn, Krall, Schofield, Grove, Pennell
Snook Lbersole, Kuhn. Second row: Coach Day, Zeller, Fish, Milligan, Rovenolt, Nauman, Ashenfelter Weber
Miller Zimmerman, Metzler, Clinger, Klugh, Breneman, Hendrix, Hess, Germer, Kear, Williams, Lutz
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Cowhands, Buff Thai Hide
The Mount Ioy High School soccer team once again took the soccer
championship in Lancaster County. Under the coaching of Mr. Iohn D. Day
the team had a record of eight wins, no losses and one tie. The tie game
was with a strong East Hempfield team.
After taking the county championship the Rams had another hard task
cut out for them. They met Dover, champions of another district, on the
Dover field. The Rams defeated Dover l-U before a large crowd. This was
the first time any soccer team from Mount Ioy ever won a playoff game.
Then the Rams really had something to fight for when they met Fred-
ericksburg on the E-town College soccer field. Fredericksburg had a team
short in stature, but they could really move when they got the ball. The
Rams were defeated by 2-0 before a crowd of about 500 people. However,
the MII-IS boys were not down-hearted because they knew the better team
The team loses nine varsity players through graduation. But, as a whole,
the team looks as though it might be capable of winning another champion-
ship next year. Henry Klugh, captain-elect, said he would do his best to
keep the winning team going.
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Rams Corral Secfion I Trophy
Under the coaching of Mr. George Houck, the Rams ended their '52-'53
season at the top of Section l. The varsity quintet Won seventeen and lost
five for an average of .773. ln league competition Mount loy finished with
nine Wins and one defeat.
The Rams got off to a good start, Winning six straight before losing a
close one to l..ititz. However, the boys had a hard fight ahead of them
because Section I was a tight league. Their only league defeat Was suffered
at Marietta, a real thriller. They had to play an extra quarter, with Marietta
finally coming out on top, 5lf50. lronically, the same score enabled East
Lampeter to nose out the Rams for the county championship.
Coach Houck, for the first time, didn't have to rely on just five players.
He had seven boys that could play at any time. This was the first time in its
history that the school had a tall team, averaging about six feet.
lay Metzler led the team With 340 points. Captain Bill Zimmerman had
325 points for the year. Henry Klugh, lim Metzler, Charlie Ashenfelter, Ben
Clinger, and Tom Kear followed with a large number of points. The team
averaged 60.8, While their opponents averaged 40.8 points a game.
First row: Schneider, Rovenolt, Koder, Nissley. Second row: Mayer, Germer, Clinger
Zimmerman, lim Metzler, Coach Houck, Iay Metzler, Klugh, Wagner, Ashenfelter, Kear
Patton Trade . .
East Donegal .
Mount Ioy Opp.
Bill Zimmerman, ccxpt.: Mr. George Houck, coach
East Donegal .
Patton Trade . A
, ..,.. 74 35
.. 78 39
4. 51 39
. 54 57
.4 50 51
. 43 47
. 46 49
, 80 46
Mount Ioy Opp.
. . . . . . 50 51
Robesonia ..... . . 4 54 62
Total points .... .... 1 380 1046
First row: Mayer, Schneider, D. Nissley. Second row: Melhorn, Hallgren, Germer, P. Nissley,
Lindemuth, Nauman, Bender, Weber, Zeller, Coach Houck.
.lV's Knock af Firsf Place
The Mount Toy junior Varsity had one of the best seasons that Mount Ioy High School
has seen for many years. They Won a total of l6 games, losing only 4, and in a hard-
fought game with Manheim Central battled to a tie. This gave them a percentage of BOO.
High scorer was Charles Zeller, a junior forward, with 2l7 points. Next was Donald
Germer with l2l counters. Clair Wagner was third with lU2 points.
I-V SCHEDULE C1952-531
Mount Ioy Opp. Mount Icy Opp.
Wrightsville ..... . . 55 40 Paradise ..... . , , 58 27
Patton Trade .,... , . 44 42 Marietta ....... . , 43 32
Paradise .......,.. ., 47 l5 Patton Trade . . ..... 34 3U
Manheim Central , . . . . l6 Ctiel l6
Elizabethtown .... . . . 2U 26
East Donegal .... . . 24 29
Lititz .....,..... . . 24 37
Biglerville ....... . . 53 lU
East Hemplield . . . . . 37 l6
Marietta ....,... . . 46 44
Manor ........,.. . . 28 25
Manheim Central . . . . . 35 23
Manheim Twp. . . . . 45 l9
Elizabethtown . . , . . 39 ll
Manor ........ . . 35 25
East Donegal .... , , 24 27
Manheim Twp. , . . , 36 24
East Hempiield . , . , . 2l ll
Youngsfers Rope Championship
The Mount loy lunior High turned in a very good season this year. ln their eighteen-
game schedule they lost only three games. They were undefeated in league competition,
bringing the Section One title to Mount loy for the second consecutive year.
Lancaster Twp. .... 4 . .
Bainbridge . . .
East Donegal .
Bainbridge . . .
Paradise . . .
Mount Ioy Opp.
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. 24 26 Patton ...,...
X 47 26 Elizabethtown
X 39 37 Lancaster Twp
X 46 21 East Donegal
. 31 20 Patton .,.....
X 41 27 East Hemptield
x 40 32
. 27 19
Marietta . .
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Mount Ioy Opp
X 40 31
. 22 13
X 26 21
. 46 40
X 41 30
. 40 23
X 45 21
. 33 47
X 44 25
First row: Divet, Nissley, Zeller, Kaylor, Newcomer, Watts, B, Grolt, Gotwalt, Vogel, Hamish, Mumma.
Second row: Hess, Ftutt, Schofield, Becker, Gilbert, Pennell, Grove, Frey, Brian. Third row: Coach Lichty,
Mackison, Gohn, Geib, Weber, Zimmerman, Beaston, C, Groff, Halbleib.
Hopalong Pulls fhe Trigger
Winning three and losing three, the Mount loy High School marksmen
came out third in league competition. The Rams' total scores averaged 491,
while their opponents' averaged 486.
The average scores of the top five shooters were as follows: Iay Barnhart,
99.55 Lee Hess, 98.5, Bill Tyndall, 98, Gerald Bender, 97, and Ronald Garlin, 97.
In the individual shoot held at Ephrata, Saturday, February 28, Ronald
Garlin Won first place with a perfect score of 200. Iay Barnhart Won a third-
place medal by coming in fifth.
Other members of the league were Ephrata, Manheim Township and
Mount Ioy Opp.
Ephrata Kwon by 2 x'sJ .,.. . . 490 490
W. Lampeter ........... . . 487 478
Manheim Twp. . . , , 49l 485
Ephrata ,...... . . 489 490
W. Lampeter , . , . 495 478
Manheim Twp, . . . . 492 496
First row: Kuhn, Bender, Hess, Barnhart, Williams, Berrier. Second row: Garlin, Witmer
Breneman, Mr. Broske, Tyndall, Zerphey, Schopi.
First row: Klugh, C. Kline, Clinger, Ashenfelter, Zeller, Kear, Germer, Phillips, Weber, Nauman, Zimmerman
Second row: Coach Day, Ebersole, I, Thome, D. Thome, Sherk, Metzler, Wilmer, Harple, B. Thorne, Fitzkee
Dig Those Spurs, Pardner
The Rams' baseball team ot l952, under the coaching of Mr. Iohn Day,
didn't have too good a season. They lost five games and won three. But
even in losing, the team accomplished two good things, one of which had
never been done previously under Mr. Day's coaching. The Rams beat E-town
on the 1atter's field. The other feat was accomplished when Charlie Zeller
pitched a no-hitter against East Donegal, even though the opponents did
score one run.
Mount Ioy Opp.
East Hemplield .,.. , . . U 5
Elizabethtown . . . . , . 4 l4
East Donegal . . . . . 5 l
Marietta ,........ . . . 6 U
East I-lemptield ..., , . . 4 6
East Donegal .... , . . 4 6
Elizabethtown . . . . . . 2 U
Marietta ....... . , O 3
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First row: Zimmerman, Nissley, Wolgemuth, Coach Heaps, Snavely, Zerphey, Clinger.
Second row: Hendrix, Metzler, Milligan.
Indian Love Call
Mount Ioy's 1952 tennis team ended the year by losing its lost match
to Hershey. This defeat lost for the Rams their first tennis trophy since
Mount Ioy entered the league twenty years ago. The team won 41 matches
while losing only 12, tour of which were in the last match. A11 the players
but two were underclassmen.
Mount Icy Opp.
Manheim Twp. ......... ..... 3 U
Lancaster Country Day . .1 . . 7 O
New Holland ........... . . 7 O
Lititz ................. . . 4 3
Patton Trade ..... . . 5 2
Manheim Central . ,. . 7 U
McCaskey l. V. . . . . . 4 3
Hershey .,....... . . 3 4
Total . . . ..... .... 4 1 12
First row: Shank, Coach Wilson, Hutt. Second row: Zink, Schofield, Spangler, Thome, Braught
The Mount Ioy girls' tennis team ended the season by being undefeated
and losing only two individual matches throughout the season, Other teams
participating in the league were New Holland, Lancaster Country Day, Lititz,
Elizabethtown and Manheim Central.
This was only the second year the Ramettes could earn a varsity mono-
gram for playing tennis. Miss Mildred Wilson coached the team.
Mount Ioy Opp.
Manheim Central .........,......... 8 O
New Holland ......... . .
Lititz ..........,....... . .
Lancaster Country Day . . . , . 7 O
Manheim Central .,..,. . . 7 U
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Lititz ...,..,......,.. . .
New Holland .,........ . , , 2 Ctorfeitl U
Lancaster Country Day . . . . . 8 1
Elizabethtown ........... . , 6 1
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First row: Smith, Kear, Garber, Barninger, Kaylor, Brooks, C. Lane, Melhorn, Markley, Raffensperger,
Stephens, S. Schroll, Bair, K. Zimmerman, Kline, Bailey, Mumper. Second row: Shelly, Gerlitzki, Schneider,
Feeser, Braught, Frank, McGarvey, P. Schroll, Eby, E. Lane, Lehman, Thome, G. Zimmerman, Swanson,
Schofield, Buckwalter, Coach Garber.
Wranglers in Red
The Mount Ioy hockey eleven had a successful season this year under
the coaching of Mrs. Margaret Garber and the leadership of this year's cap-
tain, Marianne Schofield. The Ramettes captured second place with a record
of four Wins, one tie, and three losses.
The best game came as a result of the team's first loss to Manheim
Central on a penalty bully, for in the return game against Manheim, with
fast passing and good teamwork of the forward line and the hard-driven
hits of the backfield, the girls "skunked" Manheim 4-l.
The worst game of the season was against E-town on the 1atter's field
with a score of O-3. lt was a slow-moving game and a heart-breaker for
the Ramettes, who thus lost their last chance to beat E-town.
Sarah Garber, captain-elect, will do her best to lead the new team to a
championship next year.
Mount Ioy Opp.
Manheim Townshipili . . ..... 6 O
Manheim Central? . . . . , l 2
East Donegaliiii . . . 2 1
Elizabethtown? . . . . U 2
Marietta? ......,.... . . . 10 O
Manheim Centralwi . . . . 4 1
East Donegalili ..... . . 2 2
Elizabethtowntw ..... . , U 3
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The Varsity Club, composed of boys who have earned a varsity letter,
started the year by electing its officers. They were: president, Ben Clinger,
vice-president, Bill Zimmerman, secretary-treasurer, Tom Kear.
The aim ot the club is to buy varsity sweaters for the senior members.
This year the group raised the money in many ways. First, at the Com-
munity Exhibit they had a basketball-shooting stand. They also held a
number of food sales. In addition, they sponsored Teenage Night every
Wednesday evening and sold cokes there. Finally, the lettermen proved
good salesmen when selling "Ram" pins.
The advisers who guided them through the year were Coach Iohn Day
and Coach George Houck.
First row: Mr. Houck, Beaston, Milligan, Zeller, Zimmerman, Clinger, Kear, Germer, Fish, Snavely, Mr. Day
Second row: Williams, Zerphey, Phillips, Ashenfelter, Nissley, Miller, Wagner, Koder, Lutz. Third row: Weber
Breneman, Kline, Iay Metzler, Klugh, lim Metzler, Lindemuth, Nauman, Hendrix, Hess, Bender.
Ian. Brenemcm, Lane. Lehman, Schroll, Schofield.
JUNIOR VARSITY CH EERLEADERS
Rutt, Ie. Breneman. Kear, Tyndall, C. Lane.
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'lWe're from Mount loy and we couldnt be any prouclerlu How many
times have you heard this, and who usually was saying it? You guessed
it -ff the cheerleaders. Mount loy's peppy cheerleaders led the crowds in
cheering for the three basketball squads. ln fact, they gat an early start
this year by cheering the soccer team on to victory in the playoffs,
I-V and varsity squads ot cheerleaders were chosen in November by
faculty and student representatives. These two squads then chose the junior
high squad. Mrs, Margaret Garber was the adviser. Marianne Schofield
was chosen captain of the varsity squad, While leanette Breneman was the
JUNIOR HIGH CHEERLEADERS
Bczrninger, Markley. Metzler, S. Schroll, Ncrugle.
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KUNKLE MOUNT IOY, PENNA.
OIL SERVICE Full Line of Groceries
We Give and Redeem
"S. Z7 H." Green Stamps
B. TITUS RUTT
INVESTMENTS - INSURANCE
85 E. Main St. Phone 3-9305
MOUNT lov, PENNA.
BAKER'S DINER if ff ff
We Cater to Banquets REIST SEED Co'
Phone 928OR, E-town ir it ir
I. ROY BRENEMAN " "
Dealer in of
ALL KINDS OF LIVE STOCK
DR. AND MRS. W. L. SHOOP
Phone 3-5256 Mount joy R, D. 2 t ,k
48 W, Main St. Mount joy, Penna. iv
It Pays to Buy Where You Get Service AGENCY
Ca" Us fo' 5e'V'Ce I8 W. Main sf. Phone 3-9I8I
1- 1 1 MOUNT IOY LOCKER PLANT
FROZEN FOODS ICE CREAM
BARBER SHOP PREEZINO SUPPLIES
t ir i' Phone 3-5436 Mount Ioy
"Buy It - You'Il Like lt" M, K, ENTERLINE
Phone 540-I Mt. joy and Cherry Sts., Elizabethtown
D, 5, BAUM DODGE - PLYMOUTH CARS
Home-Made Bologna- Dried Beef Dodge job-Rated Trucks
R' D' 3' Enzabethtown' Pa' Phone 425 Elizabethtown
HENRY G. CARPENTER
F I RE AND CASUALTY
It has been our pleasure to print
THE 1953 VOYAGER
Zzlefk' www PRINTING CIIMPANY
9 EIGNT WEST KING STREET
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SUNDAY DINNERS MOUNT IOY COLUMBIA
79 East Main Street
MOUNT JOY, PENNA.
REUBEN 1. cooDl.lNc
,, KITTY'S DRESS SHOPPE
Plastering Contractor MOUNT IOY, PENNA.
W Phone: 3-6521
Phone: Mt. joy 3-4518
A WND FLQRIN FRUIT
SMITH DISTR. ROY W- HERR
N. Market St. wk
MOUNT IOY' PENNA. Cemetery Memorials
Dial 3-5223 Mount joy
H. W. BULLER G' SONS
House Painters and Paper Hangers
MOUNT lov, PENNA.
Paints - Wallpaper Ik
,k Better Clothing
Phone: Mount joy 3-4339 Furnishings
"Big Enough to Accommodate
Small Enough to Appreciate IOY
ROTI'I'S FURNITURE STORE
206 S. Market St., E-town
CARB ER OIL COMPANY
5 South Barbara Street
MOUNT IOY, PENNA.
1. B. SPANGLER
Your Frigidaire Dealer
TELEVISION SALES AND SERVICE
Phone 6-2771 - Marietta
CLYDE M. TRIPPLE
Best Wishes to the
CLASS OF '53
III East Main Sl- I5-3I Marietta Ave.
Mount joy Phone 3-5564 MOUNT joy, PENNA.
C0mP'ime"fS HOLLINGER OIL SERVICE
RED TOP GRAIN Cr
FEED CO., INC.
MouNT lov, PENNA.
Heating Oils - Gasoline
ZEAMER'S CAFE IDA MAE
STEAKS - cHoPs - SEA Fooos BEAUTY SHOPPE
W. W. Zeamer, Prop.
R. D. I, Columbia, Penna.
65 W. Donegal St.
MOUNT IOY, PENNA.
B EN N ETT'S RESTAU RANT
Doris Byle, Proprietress
MOUNT IOY, PENNA.
james b. heilig
Phone: Elizabethtown 374
RH EEMS GARAGE
Allis-Chalmers Farm Machinery
Studebaker Cars and Trucks
ie E. MAIN ST. MT. lov, PA,
Watches - Silver - Gifts
Earl C-, Koser, Owner R.
POTATO CH I PS
"Among the Best by Test'
D. 3 Phone 540-W
H. S. NEWCOMER Cr SON, INC.
MOUNT lov, PENNA.
Hardware - Farm
RCA Television Sales
KEYSTONE HOLSTEIN SALES, INC.
PENNSYLVANIA HOLSTEIN MARKET
MOUNT 1OY, PENNA.
MARTlN'S 5 8' 10
91 East Main Street
MOUNT IOY, PENNA.
H. B. IOHNSON
MOUNT JOY 3-9221
MYERS REST HOME
24-Hour Nursing Service
Phone: Landisville 2021
"Meet and Greet Your Friends
C. C. MURPHY CO.
MOUNT lov, PENNA.
"The Friendly Store"
A. C. MAYER
Chicks - Feed
MOUNT jOY, PENNA.
COURTESY QUALITY SERVICE
PAUL A. MARTIN
George Mumper, lr., Distributor
IOHN F. HARSH lESTATEl
Candies of Every Description
l46 E, Walnut St.
VICTOR 1. Koslan
Dealer in Live Poultry
R. D. l, MOUNT jOY, PENNA.
GREINER'S FOOD STORE
Choice Meats - Fresh Vegetables
Congratulations to the
Architects - Engineers
6ll W. MARKET ST., YORK, PA.
1. C. SNAVELY 8' SONS, INC.
Lumber - Coal
MOUNT IOY LANDISVILLE
LANCASTER COUNTY RED ROSE DAIRY
ELI B. HOSTETTER
White Leghorn Chicks
MOUNT IOY, PENNA.
Everything for Sports
30-32 W. KINC- ST., LANCASTER, PENNA.
MacGregor Class jackets
GEO. W. LEAMAN
Tires - Appliances
MOUNT lov, PENNA.
Congratulations to the
CLASS OF '53
MOUNT lov, PENNA.
Hospitalization - Sick - Accident
IAY o. KULP AGENCY
General Liability - Automobile - Fire
When You Think of
KIRK IOHNSON Cr CO.
16-is w. King si.
E. Musser Heisey
Phone 3-9921 Mount joy, Penna.
Makers of Standard School Rings
UNION EMBLEM COMPANY
Felt Goods and Commencement Stationery
P. H. Nissley, Manager
Chocolate Manufacturing Co.
MOUNT JOY, PENNA.
Coatings, Liquors and Cocoa
Old Sol Bars - Athlete Bars - Milk Chocolate Specialties
ADAM H. GREER
DIAMONDS - WATCHES
87 E. Main St., Mount joy, Penna.
Phone 3-4l 24
IOHN s. I-iAiNEs
Local and Long Distance Hauling
MOUNT IOY, PENNA.
ARTKAY SUPPLY, INC.
Plumbing - Heating Supplies
MOUNT lOY, PENNA.
GENERAL AUTO REPAIRINC-
AIRCRAFT MARINE PRODUCTS, INC.
-MOUNT lov, PENNA.
Manufacturers of Solderless Wiring Devices
l4 EAST MAIN ST., MOUNT JOY, PENNA.
Heating - Plumbing
Electrical Appliances - Television
"For Quality and Service at lts Best
MEAT MARKET Say 'f Wifh
MOUNT TOY, PENNA.
Opp. High School
Phone 3-4772 FTD Member
SHOPPE ED KEENE
Y Moving - Hauling
Cleo Shank, Prop.
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CARL B. DROHAN
' Steel and Aluminum Windows ' Glen C-ery Face Brick
' Overhead Doors ' Specialties
MOUNT lOY R. D. 2 PHONE 3-6401
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CLEARWEW DINER DEPARTMENT STORE
24-Hour Service MOUNT lOY' PENNA'
Try Our Delicious Chicken Dinners
E I Q BARBER
Clinton C. Eby, Distributor
1. B. HOSTETTER cf soN
MouNT lov, PENNA.
GREY IRON CASTING CO.
MOUNT IOY, PENNA.
MOUNT IOY, PEN NA.
RICHFIELD SERVICE STATION PENNSYLVANIA
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East Main and Barbara 55 CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION
MOUNT IOY, PENNA.
Quality Farm Bureau Products
Firestone Tires and Accessorles F'-ORN' PENNA'
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Alvin C. Albright
Mr. and Mrs. M. N. Bailey
Mr. and Mrs. Iohn Darrenkarnp
Mr. and Mrs. Iacob Erb
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Felker
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Frank
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Frank
Mr. and Mrs. Earl L. Goodling
Betty Ann Haines
Norman Heisey's Garage
Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Martin and Family
Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Melhorn
William B. Mumma, Metropolitan Insurance Agent
Mr and Mrs. Iacob Stehman
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin A. Swanson
Mr. and Mrs. I. Herbert Tyndall
Mr. and Mrs. Clair Wagner
Dr. and Mrs. R. D. Walker
Mr. and Mrs. lacob Zeager
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