Mount Joy High School - Voyager Yearbook (Mount Joy, PA)

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Schoencr, our high school principal and head of the Science Department, who has an excellent sense of humor, is a hard Worker, and is always willing to help those who need help, We, the Class of 1954, in honoring one of the "unsung" heroes of our high school, dedicate this eighth edition of The Voyager. Four MR. W. I. BEAHM Supervising Principal BS., Elizabetlitown Collegeg M.Ecl., Temple Uuiversityg Blue Ridge Collegeg Juniata Cullegeg Millersville State T02l.C'll0l'S Cullegeg Duke University. if THE PRINCIPALS MR. H. K. SCHOENER High School Principal Albright Cullegeg Duke I'nive1'sity Pennsylvania State College. if Five ...FACUL MISS BARBARA A. AIERSTOCK Health and Physical Education BA., Gvllyslxllrg Uollvgv. MRS. ETHEL M. BROSKE Mathematics and Spelling BS.. Millvrsvillz- Slillff 'l'v:xc'l1v1's Collogr-. MR. JOHN DAY Health, Physical Education, Science BS.. Wrist cllll'Sll'l' Stntv TKlill'lllxl'S Collvgv. MR. I. PAUL FREY Biology and Social Studies BS., Nlom. Ed.. Elizulwthtowyn Uollvgvg ISS., Sor-onrlzxry Ed., Eliz- ulwlhtown College. MRS. BERYL HAHN Art HS.. lirlinlworo Shih' rllPil1'l1f'l'S Col- lvgvg Milli-rsvillv State Ell0lll'llI'l'S Uollvgc. TY... MRS. SADIE BROOKS School Nurse and Home Nursing RB... l12llll'2lSll'l' G4-ru-ml Hospital Sr-hool of Nursing: BN., VV:-st flllf'Sl0l' Sllllf' 'l'v:u'lw1's Follf-grrg l.f'l5RlI10I1 Valle-V C'ullvg.:vg Eliza lwtlltown Follvgvi l'll'2llllillIl zmml lh12ll'FllZlll Collvm-, MR. GEORGE BROSKE Social Studies, Guidance BN.. Millvrsvillv Slillf' Vlll'2ll'lll'l'h Collm-gf-3 M.lCml.. Vllvlllllli' llIllVf'l' sity: ICliz:mlmz-Illtmvn Folic-go. MRS. MILDRED DAY Commercial Subiects 'Y 'Q -r ' nr. -. ISS.. SllSlllll'll2lllIl2l l'I1ivvrsil,yg fully l1lllLcUlll 1 MRS. ALMEDA B. GRIFFITH Home Economics HS.. Millvrsvillr- Stalls' 'llK'2ll'llf'I'5 Fcrllvgrvg BS.. l,0llllSylY2ll1l2l Stuff Toll f vg -. MR. CHARLES R. HEAPS Grade School Principal Mathematics 1 w 1 - - w lib.. lulvm. lad.. Mlllf-1-svlllv Nutr rl-l0Jll'llI'l'S Colle-gil-3 HS.. Sl'l'0llIl2ll'y lC1l.. Millvrsvillr- Smtv 'lEI'2ll'lN'I's Vmmllc-gn-3 l'Iliz:1lw1l1lf1wn Follvgv 'l'4-lnplv l'nivc-rsity. ...FA MRS. MARILYN Y. HERR Librarian BS.. Millersville State Tenvliers College. MR. JOHN LICHTY Social Studies BA.. Elizabetlltowu Collogeg Tom- plc University. MRS. EVELYN B. SAYLOR Spanish and English B.A., Elizabethtown Collcgog Uni- vm'sit.y of Iowa. MRS. MARGARET WILLIAMS Guidance and English B.A.. Ifnivomity of Mivhigang Temple Univorslty. MISS EUNICE E. HERR School Secretary Ber'klvy's Business Collvgo. Har- rishurg. CUL TY... MR. GEORGE HOUCK Music HS.. Wt-st Cliostvr Stats' Tvacllers Collegeg Ponnsylvania Stato Col- Iogog Elizahvthtown Collvgog Mill- ersville Starr' Tf'1ll7ll0YS College. MR. CHARLES ROVENOLT Industrial Arts BS.. Bloomshurg State Toachers Coll:-gr-3 B111-knoll Vnivorsitty. MISS Tl-IELMA TAYLOR Mathematics BS.. Susquohanna Univorsityg M.Ed.. Dukp 'Univorsityg Univer- sity of Virginia. MISS CATHARINE G. ZELLER English and Latin B.A.. Pennsylvania State Collcgcg M.A.. Broad Loaf Sc-hool of Eng- lish. Miclrllolmury Collvgc. W i SENICRS... I 5 A- ff' "f ' -- 7 9 , fl,--:':','-tl? ,Q I Q X 33 ij if C Q af-E X Q.. 554 , M gt-,,, Yi .62 J 4:1 ' Q 'SQ ' C S- Seniors Make H isfory 'l'lw senior 1-lass startwl tlit-ii' final year ol' st-liool in jvt propulsion. Slum- tlwy mlm-itll-ml to have a cflass trip and also a yl'11l'lllitik, tlwii' big- gest jolm was raising fimnls for tlw vlass ll'U2lSlll'y, 'l'lit- 4-lass startwl its lllllltl-l'2llSlllgL projovt lay selling magazines. Close on tliv liwls ol' tlit- llltlgi2lZlIl4.' vzliilpaigii was tliv annual t'ommunity Nxliiliit stanfl. Both of tlwsc' 1n'oj0r'ts provn-rl to luv fii1anc'ial Sllt'l'OSSt'S. In NllX'l'llllll'l' tliv Vlass ol' '54 spousoim-ml a square flanm-. This was also tlw moutli wlmi PATRICIA SCHROLL President tlic-y pw-solitt-rl tliv senior play. "'l'ui'n Bam-li tlu- , . . . Plot-li," lll wliicli liL'I'ltitl t-ostumt-s we-rv usvfl. 'l'lit- seniors also took ovvi' tlw vainly ansl ive t'l't'2llll stamls anml llaml f'om'vssions at two lmaslivtlmall v'am0s. ?'! 'l'l10 start ol' tlit' now yt'21l' lstlllllll tlw stall' ol' The llO!1fIt1l?I' liarml at work trying to im-vt mlt-atllim-s. ln Klarvli tllc' seniors took tlwil' well- varmal trip to lYllll2lIllSlJlll'g.I, Ya., aml Wash- ington, D, if Finally, tliv will ot' tlit- yt-al' arrivwl, ami all tliv ggl'a1lllat1on 2lt'llX'1l1l'S tliat Villlll' lYllll it fm- islwmltlwc-l:1ss's yt-ars at Mount .loy Iliggl1Sm-liool. rlllll' 4-lass otlivvrs wwe Pat Svliroll, I1l't'Sltll'lllQ Dolialtl Z1-i'pl1t'y. x'ic'v-piwsiflt-lit: Klav Zinli, sw'- i'vtai'y: aml Coimin- Lam: ll'l'2lSlll't'l'. Kliss Catli- DONALD ZERPHEY, Vice Pregidenr arim- Zl'llt'l' was lliv anlx'isvi'. ir CONNIE LANE, Treasurer MAE ZINK, Secretary 7l1'H 2 MARILYN LOUISE BERNHARD-"Marilyn" Girls' Intramurals 1. 2. 3. 43 FHA 1. 2. 35 Tri-Hi-Y 23 Chorus 2. 3. 43 Fire Patrol 43 VOYAGICR. Rod liairhm-urly. too! . . . drives a sharp blur- Plymouth . . . usually sf-vii with Ruthiu . . . van bv iw-ogiiizocl by hor vutu gigglv. VICTOR RALPH BERRI ER-"Bud" Band 1. 2. 3. 43 Student Counvil 13 Riflr' 3. 43 Junior Play3 S1-nior Play3 Firi- Patrol 43 VOYAGER. Thr- trappor in tho vlass . . . Iikvs hunting and fishing . . . works at thr' liullotin . . . likos to play C'ror'inol0s . . . good disposition. DOROTHY ROSE BROOKS-"Dot" Hovkoy 1. 2. 3. 43 Cliorus l. 2. 43 Girls' Intramurals 1. 2. 33 HI-FRIICR 1. 2. 33 rotary 453 Fire- Patrol 3. 43 Junior Playg Sc-nior Playg VOYAGIGR. SVIIII-t'I'IJI'2llI10lI but. lovablv nimiibvr of tho vlass . . . nvat blavk hair . . . pri-tty handwriting , . . Charhr-'s steady!!! A Nj f VIRGINIA FAY BROOKS-"Ginny" Girls' lnti':ii11urals 1. 2. 3. 43 Tumbling 13 Tri-Hi-Y 2. 3 CTroas. 233 Library Aido 33 Hovkoy 43 G. A. A. 43 Junior Playg Sonior Play3 Magazin? Vani- paign Iiusinvss Managvr 43 VOYAGER tCir1'ulation Managvrl. Uurly hair . . . drauiatir' ability plus . . . likos to play hovkoy . . . intorostod in an IC-town svnior. IOAN N DOROTHY BROWN-"lo" Band 1. 23 Chorus 1. 23 Girls' Intramurals 1. 2. 3. 43 Tumbling 13 Tri-Hi-Y 2. 3 fclllilliltllllll Library Aido 33 C'lwOi'I0:uIim: 43 SWIIIIIIIIIHI 43 Svnior Play t.Xss'I lliI'vt'll'ossl3 VOYAGER.. Putt- . . . a good t'livm'l0:ulm' . . . slmrp drvssr-r . . . a curtain intvrost in gras' Plyiuouths . . . van draw well. too! EDITH IUNE CHRIST-"Edie" Fhorus l. 23 Girls' lutrauiurals I. 2. 3. 43 'I'ri-Hi-Y 23 FHA 33 lfirri Patrol 4' YOYAGICR. Smallvst and youngc-st in vlass . . , quiet . . . usually soon with Vohna . . . rt-gular noon-tiniv worker at, thc we vrearn stand. Band 2. 3. 43 Tri-Hi-Y 2. 3 fVic'v Pre-sidmit 2l3 Studi-nt Founvil 3. 4 Wm-- I lIOI'IlS 35 VUY.Xfll'llI.. 'nt ll2lII't'lll-lll'2ll girl! . . . import front ltlrfznslwy High Svlmrml . . . luvris vlotlws . . . lwurt is 111 IAtIlf'tlSlItI'. WILLIAM E. EBY-"Bill" lixlslivtlmll 71. 2. 45 Baisvlmll 1. 45 S0l'l'f'l' 1. 43 Svuioi' l'l:ly5 Varsity Clllhg VOYAGICR. R.vtlil'i1t-ml from Mzmhvim this ye-:tr . , . usually mtlwi' sc-rious . . . willing :tml mlvpvmlaxlmlr' . . . mlrns his livvlillootl in LII'0t'1'I'Y sturvs. ROBERT WALLACE FISH-"Bob" Iizmcl 1. 3. 4 CVirf0 PI'PSItIfXIlI 435 f'l1ol'1ls 1. 3. 4: Sqmivi' 1. 2. 3.445 Flaws Vim- lJl'OSllIt'I'1l 25 I'Il'0 Patrol 2. 3. 4 C.Xsst I hlvf 33 C hint 45: Xzirsity C lllll 3. 4: SIIIIIUIII L10IllIl'Il 3. 45 Nattimml Hmmm' Sm-it-ty 3. 43 Junim' l'l:tyg Svnio1'l'l:nyg lhxslcvtlmtill 45 VOYAGICR. Hzippy-,120-liivky . . , IIOYOI' in at llllrry . . . slmrp flrt-sst-1' :mtl growl lmrlivi' . . . takes :in hour ai clay to vmnlm his hull' . . . lllivs to tll'lYP thx' I'zu'li:u'tl, ANNA CATHERINE FLETCHER--"Ann" Flioi-its 1. 2. 45 Girls' II1lI'21lllllI'2llS 1. 2. 3. 45 FHA 2, 35 I.iln':u'y .titlv 2. 3. 4 tVit'0 PI'0FItl!'I1l 455 VOY.'XGI'lR. Raxtlwi' sw-n than limxiwl . . . pal ot' .Ianni-t's . . . mn bv l'UIlIlQl :lt the vainly stuutl . . . works :it lVI11rphy's. PATRICIA ELAINE FRANTZ-"Pat" SARAH ELIZABETH GARBER-"Sarah" ihlingr 15 Girls' Intrzn llII'2llS 2. 3. 45 Hovkvy 2. 3. 4 tC':1pt:xin 455 Tri-Hi-Y ' lun ii 2. 3 CSvt'i'vt:il'y 335 Many I.2lIt'I0I1'S clOllI'I 35 G. A. A. 45 CllC't't'll'2ltllI1Q.' 45 Junim' Plnyg SUIIIOI' Play t.Xss't IJirc'r'ti'vssJ5 III-CHIICR 4 Cflirls' Sports ICtlitol'l3 'VOYAGPIR Cf'hivf Typistl. nrt.-swvotAliovlcvy. wow!!! . . . :1 vvrtaiiri liking for hlnvk Dmlgvs . . . t'lwv1'- lvzulvi' . . . will lw :L svt'i'vt:n'y . . . vrzizy 2llJOIlI I'iI1g1llSlI sprw't'lwsll1"?l 1 nlx Int On I'ZlIlllll'1llS 1. 2. 3. 43 FHA l. 2. 35 l.ihi':u'y Aiflv 3. 45 VOYXIIICK. to ull . . . hhishcs mlsi 0 of tho quit-t l1lli'IlllTf'I'S of thf- Class . . . hails from thc country . . . fricildly VELMA HOFFER-"Velma" thorns l. 25 l+'iro Patrol 45 YOY.XGl'IR. lft's go for a ridr. "Rod" , sort-ly is QPIIPFOIIS 'with that now rar . . . ralnv from Manln-ini tlns year . . always lias a sniilo for mm-yoiio. ,"., 2: . urns 1. 2. 3. 45 Girls' lntraninrals l. 2. 3. 45 FHA 23 Lilrrarv Aidt- 2. 35 ln: I ltlol I X133 Htl li X wal sharp danror . . . .lndy's pal . . . lovos to rollor skatv . . . ilitt-11-stocl in I tla- .hr I"oi't'i. IAMES E. HOLLINGER-"lim" BETTY LOUISE HOSTETTER-"Lou" F. Y - wiv , , 1. lil lu-tlmall 1.2.3.4 tfalmtain 435 Sorrvl' 1.2.3.4 Cfaptain 43' liasolmall 1 2 3 4' f . , im-sav c lnlm 1. 2. 3. 4 tw-0 111-1-3.1.-111 435 ifit-0 Patrol' 3. 4. VoY.xk:13:n'. ltn-lottrr man . . . Yon'ro np 1 crook. Dov! . . . favorite liolmlwy-loafing downtown. HENRY BERNARD KLUGH-"Henry" IUDITH ARLENE KOPP-"Indy" Uliorns 1. 2. 3. 45 Girls' Intramurals 1. 2. 3. 45 May l.2llt'0IllS Fonrt 1: 'llri-lli-Y 25 Firo Patrol 45 VQJYAGICR. Our Hallowv'on qnc-on . . , potito . . . always lmlnsln-s . . . loads of fnn . . crazy about pnrplo . . . wants to lm a nnrso. CONSTANCE ANNE LAN E-"Connie" Band 1. 2. 3. 4 tTrr'as. 435 Chorus 1. 2. 3. 45 Class 'IlI'l"2lNlll'l'l' l. 3. 45 Girls' Intramurals 1. 2. 3. 45 Hovlioy l. 2. 3. 45 HI-C'HIl'lll 1. 2. 3. 4 t.Xdv1-rtising.: Managor 435 Cllc-oi'lr':ulim.r 1. 3. 45 Tlnnlmling 15 Studs-nt Fonnril 25 National Honor Sorivty 3. 45 Firc Patrol 3. 45 Swimming: 45 .lnnior PIay5 Sonior Playg VOYAGER. Good f'll00l'll'Iltl0l' . . . lovos sports , . . ploasing porsonality . . . dvpr-ndalmlo . . . will make a hnc- rlimnist . . . has sonio roal onto vlotlivs-make-s lll0IIl, tool ARTHUR CHARLES MAYER, IR.-"Charlie" Band 1. 2. 3. 45 Chorus 1. 2. 3. 45 Class Prosidont 15 Sorvr-r 1. 45 Stud:-nt Fonnc-il 1. 4 tProsidt-nt. 43: Baskotliall 2. 3. 4 CManag0r 2. 335 May Qnf-on's Court. 35 Firc- Patrol 3. 45 Junior Play5 Senior Play5 Varsity Clnlw 45 National Honor Sora-ty 45 VOYAGICR. Always soon driving that groan truck . . . works on the farm a lot. . . . a good lookor . . . an ardvnt Clovoland fan. HAROLD LYNN MILLICAN-"Mill" Patrol 45 VOYAGER. IRVIN NAUMAN-"Irv" the elass . . . got his first deer last season. NORMA IEANNE NENTWIC-"Norma" Aide 4 tSeeretaryD5 VOYAGER. feminine . . . future outlook-housewife. CLYDE RICHARD NISSLEY-"Dick" Chorus 1. 25 Sort-er 1. 2. 45 Basketball 2, 3. 4 CManagerD5 Student Founeil 25 Junior l'lay5 Senior Play5 Fire Patrol 45 Varsity Club 45 VOYAGER. Slow. but. sure . . . always wiseerarkingz . . . never sad . . . have you ever seen his suuuuer shirts? They're dan-dan-dandy! GEORGE OWEN PHILLIPS-"Owie" Chorus 1. 2. 45 Baseball 1. 25 Basketball 1. 2. 45 Varsity Club 2. 3. 45 Soc-eer 2. 45 Boys' Tennis 35 Fire Patrol 3. 45 Junior Playg VOYAGER. Oh. no. Owie. uot another injury . . . a real sports enthusiast . . , will make a good sports reporter. KATHRYN LOIS RUTT-"Rutty" Band 1. 2. 3. 45 Girls' Intramurals 1. 2. 3. 45 Tumbling 15 Fhorus 2. 3. 45 Hovkey 2. 45 'l'ri-Hi-Y 25 Girls' Tennis 2. 35 Fire Patrol 3. 45 Cheerleading 3. 45 G. A. A. 45 Swimming 45 Senior Play5 VOYAGER. An exrelleut, luajorette . . .lsharp eheerleader . . . likes the Florida sunshine . . . will always try something new . . . ever talk to her on the phone?l'? Chorus 15 Tri-Hi-Y 2. 35 Fire Patrol 3. 45 Girls' Int Hails from Florin . . . drives a big green Mercury . . Basketball 15 Boys' Tennis 2. 3. 45 Soeeer 2. 3. 45 Varsity Club 2. 3, 45 Iuc Likes Dodgers. sophomores and sleeping in rlass . . . usually seen with Zerphq . . . walt till the Dodgers meet. the Xankees next year. Nlay Queens Vourt 25 Basketball 2. 3. 45 Baseball 2. 3. 45 Soerer 3. 45 Junior Pl IN Senior Play5 Band 45 Fire Patrol 45 Varsity Club 3. 45 VOYAGICR. What, the world? . . . likes ears with plenty of dig-out . . . outdoorsman of ramurals 3. 45 Lib . long brown hair liiiiil l. 2. 3. 4 Cl'i'i-siilviit 455 Hovkvy 1. 2. 3. 45 clIIOI'I'll'EllIIIlfI 1. 2. 3245 Xctivitivs girl . . . pwsiili-iit of rlass . . . tops in typing aiicl slim'tli:ii1ml . . . Gill-ii sc-vii witli Mini . . . 1-mil t'0l'Il45l playm-r . , , lias artistir alvility DARLENE MARY SCHNEIDER-"Leenie" ml 1. Flmriis 1. 2. 43. 45 Girls' liitraiiilirals 1. 2. 35 Horlux 1 2 3 4 Gill lviiiiis 25 IIlI5l'2ll'j' .Xiclv 35 HI-C lllluli 1. 2. 3. 4 fI'452ll1ll'0 l",4l1tor35 lurlilur 45. lfirr- Patrol 45 Swiiiiiiiiiig: 45 Ss-iiim' l'lay5 YOYAGICR KEditor-in-C'liic'l5. ItNlllili'Il5llS . . . simply aflurvs lypiiig:?l'?? . . . vapalilm- 4-ilitor of lliv lll 4 lill li aiiml llw VOY.XGlCR . . . aims to lw a joiiriialist aiiml slioiilsl iiialu- a gmail mic-. PATRICIA ANN SCHROLL-"Pat" HI-C Rlluli 1. 2. 3. 45 ilass hm'i's-t:ii'y 1. 25 llass I,l'l5SlllK'lll 3. 45 Girls Illll'2lIlllll'IlIS l. 25 'l'ri-Ili-Y 2 fIII'1'Sl1IOlll5Q SllllII'lll fl0llI1l'll 3. 4 CSN: 31 'l'rc-as. 455 Firm- Palrol 3. 45 .llmior 1'lay5 Smiior Play: G. A. .-K. 45 National lluiior Society 4: Magaziuv f'aiiipaign liiisiiivss Maiiagrvi' 45 YOY.-XGICR C.Xss'1 l'hlitm'55 DAR Girl. nivv lo :ws-i'yuiim' . . . parlial to gIl'l'K'll C'lwx'rivs. CAROL ANN SMITH-"smiuy" ml 1. 2. 3. 45 Flioriis 1. 2. 3. 45 Girls' Inlraiiiiirals 1. 2. 3. 45 Hovkvy 1. 3. 4: H1-i'Rll'IH l. 2. 3. 4 C.Xrt liilitm' 2. 3. 455 FHA 2. 35 Iiilmrary .Ximlv 35 lfirr- l'alrol 3. -I5 Clwvi'l1-:uliiigr 45 Swiiiiniing: 45 Jiiiiim' Play C.Xss'1 l5iiw'tn-ss55 Sc-iiim' Play C.Xss't I5ii'm'ti'vss55 Magazinv ffaiiiwiigii Businvss lxIlll1Il,LIK'l' 45 National Honor Sm-is-ly 45 VOY.XGl'iR. In-r iiitviw-sts liv in Daiililiiu Fmiiiiy. I SHIRLEY ANN SMITH-"Shirley" liaml 45 f'liorns 45 HI-URIICH 45 VOYAGICH. plays a nivan lmiiilmoiii- . . , rolli-ga-lmiiiiml. 2' s- 6 X as - n - . MIRIAM ELIZABETH TYNDALL- Mm. Baull 1. 2. 3. 4 KSN. 455 C'l1ori1s 1. 2. 3. 45 Girls' Iiitraiiiiirals l. 2. Il. 4 C liui lvamling: 1. 3. 45 HI-URIICR 15 Flass 'IIl'K'tlSlll'l'l' 25 'l'ri-Ili-Y 2. 3 l'l'ii i 35 lfirv Patrol 45 VOYAGICR fI,Il0l02I'2ll5llf' lC4lil45r5. l'flll2lI'lll'.S my clarliu'-lliv only mini lm' nw" . . . iival . . . sliarp flrv ll C'arol's lwst l'l'IK'IlIl. SHIRLEY ANN WADE-"Shirley" I5ii'0r'li'r-ss55 Sr-nior l'lay5 Firv Patrol 45 liaiinl 45 National Huimr S . VOYAGICR C.Xrt l'Idifor5. N liolfs stvamly girl . . . iival mlark vrmiiiplvxiori , . . likos to art silly . , . lilf nl work and dvsigniiig . . . Zinky's lwsl frivnfl, Prvtly 1-oiiiploxioii . . . plvasanl . . . Illinois :im-r-iii . . . iiitr-iw-stwl in iii Girls' Intramiirals 1. 2. 3. 45 May Qin-1-n's Voiirt 25 III-Vlillfli 2. 3 4 Chl l'I1lilor55 Uliorus 1, 45 Iiilirary Aimlv 2. 3. 4 fl'rvs. 455 -Illllllll' I'lax KX 1 IAN ET DAWN WALTON-"janet" Girls' l11tr:1111111'11ls l. 2, 3. 43 flllUl'llF l. 2. 43 l4llDI'lll'y Aimlf- 2. 3. 43 FHA 2. 33 VUYAGICR. lull . . . growl-11:1t111'1-il . . , 1-znsily sf':11's-ml . . . our r'1111rly sf-ll1-1' . . . w:111ts to Iw :1 lllll'SttSl :null-. RUTH ANN WEIDMAN-"Ruthie" flll0l'llS 1. 2. 3. 43 Girls' Illll'ilIlllll'tllS 1. 2. 3. 43 FHA 2. 3 tVi1'1- Pl'0Sllll'IlllQ Firm- Patrol 3. 43 VOYAGICH. l'l1-:1s:111l mlispositiou . . . l'llI'ly lmluvk liziir . . . one of our Hl'01lIlll'y kills" . S1ll't' vain wok . . . :1i111s to lm :1 doc-tor's 11-1-c-1-tioriist. -ff D. RICHARD WILL-"Dick" Jllllltll' Play CSt:1g:t- Mzixixigt-rl: St'Ill0l' llluj' tSt11gx4- lxI2lllllLU'l'l1 VOY.XGl'lR. 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Bernhard 25. Will 26. S. Smith 27. Nenfwig 28. Garber 29. Milligan 30. Zink 3l. D. Brooks 32. Fish 33. Naumcn 34. Wade. .YUM I4 mf CLASS FRESHMAN ORBIT Whish! The Ulass of '54 entered Mount .loy High School, leaving a vapor trail long to be remembered by all who knew them. They had the distinction of being the smallest elass to enter M..l.H.S. in the past fifteen years. Yes, they were small, but they soon made their presence known. Charles Mayer, presidentg Mae Zink, vice- presidentg Pat Sehroll, seeretaryg and Connie Lane, treasurer, were selected to guide them through their freshman year. They also eleet- ed Doris Melhorn and Ralph Berrier as their student council representatives. They soon started building up their treas- ury by selling magazines and having conces- sions at the Paradise and Marietta basket- ball games. The rest of the high school got a good look at them when Section 913 presented a musical assembly using a Christmas theme. A play entitled "The Teaeher's Pet," was given by 9A in a later assembly. In the spring they were represented in the May Queens Court by Judy Kopp and Vharles Zeller. Also, Mac Zink was one of the featured soloists in the spring musical, "South Pacific." Furthermore, as freshmen they were well represented on the various athletic teams. Henry Klugh won a berth on the soccer team and Charlie Zeller made the baseball team. hlemhers of' the class also participated in H ISTORY different activities, such as mixed chorus, band, and "The H1-Cl'll'l'.H Mrs. Mildred Day and Mr. H. K, Schoener propelled them through their first year of' high school. Before they knew it they were ready to leave their orbit as green frosh and aim at greater heights. SOPHOMORE ORBIT As sophomores the Class of '54 shone brightly! Their officers for the year were Donald Zcrphey, Bob Fish, Pat Sr-hroll, and Miriam Tyndall. Dwen Phillips joined Uharles Zeller on the baseball team and Henry Klugh played var- sity basketball. Harold Milligan and Donald Zerphey held down positions on the tennis team. This year the music department presented the operetta. "Waltz Time," which many of the sophomores took part in. The May Hop, which the sophs sponsored at the end of the school year, turned out to be a big success. Their attendants were Shirley Wade and Irvin Nauman. Finally, they ordered their elass rings. l1ll01l' spirits soared as they realized they were now truly members of their high school. Their advisers for this busy year were Miss Patricia Werner and Mrs. Almeda Griffith. IUNIOR ORBIT Choosing elass colors was the way they launched their junior year. The school colors of red and white were chosen, since the Vlass of '54 would he the last class to graduate from Mount .loy High School. Their jackets. hats, and pennants were ordered in these colors, A Sadie Hawkins Day dance, complete with Kick-a-poo .Ioy Juice, was their first successful undertaking of the year. t'Down to Earth," a comedy-fantasy, was their first attempt at dramaties. Pat Schroll had the lead in the play. which turned out to be a zooming success. Pat Sehroll was the president for this suc- cessful year. She was assisted by vice-presi- Tfvwrzljf CLASS HISTORY dent, Donald Zerpheyg secretary, Mae Zinkg and treasurer, Connie Lane. Student council representatives were Dot Brooks and Bob Fish. The following honors were bestowed upon class members: Bob Fish and Connie Lane were inducted into the National Honor So- ciety. Sarah Garber was captain-elect of next year's hockey team. Charlie Mayer was elect- ed student council president. Henry Klugh was chosen captain-elect of both the soccer and basketball teams. Class attendants in the May Qucen's Court were Sarah Garber and Charlie Mayer. They climaxed their junior year when they were hosts to the seniors at the prom of the future. Rockets, spacemen, and planets com- bined to create an A'out-of-this-worldl' theme. After the prom, the Jay-cees and Joy-cees entertained the two classes at a "Dawn Party" in the Fire House. Mr. George Broske was the class adviser this year. SENIOR ORBIT Pop! Bang! Fizzle! Fire the rockets! At last they've reached the exalted positions of seniors. For their final year of school they elected Pat Sehroll, president, Donald Zerphey, vice- president, Mac Zink, secretary, and Connie Lane, treasurer. Dot Brooks and Bob Fish again served them as student council repre- sentatives. Miss Catharine Zeller was class adviser. The class wasted no time getting into the swing of things. First on the agenda was the senior play, "Turn Back the Clock." This supersonic production took them back in his- tory to the "roaring twenties"-and the see- ond night of the production a thirteen-inch snowfall "roared" in. In December they presented as assembly program entitled "The Follies of '54." At this same program they performed "Ramnet," a take-off on the TV program t'Dragnet." Student council sponsored a homeroom Christmas decorating contest, which the sen- iors won by using a Nativity theme and the colors silver and blue. After much deliberation the class decided to have a yearbook. Darlene Schneider was elected editor of "The Voyager," with Connie Lane and Pat Sehroll as assistant editors. The position of business manager was filled by Mae Zink. Everything was helter-skelter as they flew to get ads and meet deadlines. At last their obligations were met and the proj- ect finished. Class honors this year were as follows: Pat Sehroll was elected president of the band club, a trip to the United Nations Building in New York was won by Connie Laneg Dar- lene Schneider was elected editor of "The Hi- Crier", Pat Sehroll was the school's DAR girl. For their three-day class trip, the Class of '54 journeyed to Williamsburg, Va. They were the first class to choose the colonial-restored town as the destination of their hard-earned class trip. All too soon the year ended and they were entertained by the juniors at the annual Junior-Senior Prom. Graduation activities followed on the heels of the prom. Class Day, Baccalaureate Serv- ice, and finally the long-awaited Commence- ment Exercises brought back the thought that the Class of '54 was the last class to graduate from Mount Joy High School. They were the last but not the least, for the Class of '54 will blaze as brightly as a meteor in the years to come. 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Marian Kline, treasurer: Peter Nissley, vice president Loretta Garlin, president: Karleen Raffensperger, secretary Lynn Fackler, secretary: James Pennell, vice president Jack Beaston, president: Charles Grott, treasurer. Priscilla Lane, secretary: Edward Lindemuth, vice presi- dent: Leroy Kaylor, president: Shirley Metzler, treasurer 7'rr'1nlf1-fwfr C adefs Lay F oundafion ' 'l'l1is your tlw llmlulw-lzissim-11 lost no timi- in getting stzirti-fl on tlii-il' lllillllf'-lllllkillg proji-c'ts .Xll tlu- vlaissi-s solnl IIIRLQQIIZIIICS lor lmotln I'0llllHlllll'S. 'l'lw juniors sponsori-il :1 Yzili-ntiilo lizinw :mil pri-sontcwl :1 tlirm--:u't l'1lllli'1lV. Srl for fl Spell, in April. 'l'l10y also 1'cc-viva-ml tlwil' rings. tlu- first lJl'Zll'lIlg!Q tlw sc-:il ol' llonwfzil loint lliffli F' ' PN Si-liool. :mil took 21 two-rlziy trip to Wusliiugton. D, C. 'Flu-y 4-ompli-ti-rl tlw yi-zu' by hosting ilu allmuxll .llmior-Svuioi' Prom. , , . . . llw llllll'-dllil-Wlllii' vlziss ,im-ki-is ol tlw sopliomori-s wow si-on, as tlni- proufl soplis Sll1lXY1'1l oil' illlill' now possessions. 'l'llv ti-ntlx QQl'2lll0 also sponsori-fl tlw zumuzxl Nlaiy llop. Soi-tion 9.-X won tlw uwziril lor tlio liomoroom tlizit wus 1-lvzim-il up lwst 2ll'll'l' ilu' lllll'lSllllZlb I1:1I'Ill'S. 'Flw nintli graulv also me-sontoil an :issi-mlmly proggglwlin 1-onlaiining lll!'l'2ll'j' skits. musii lvy :i i-lass lmml. :mil ai tziliv-oll' on Wvsivrn lIlOX'll'F. 'l'lw viglitll grairlo lllllll'l'ilNlli :1 lirmkiugg proji-vt this yi-:ui 'l'li4-y 1-omlm-toil ilu-ii' own lvzmli visitwl ai local lnmli :mil wrote 1-ssziys on tlmt Visit. l.lIlll21 l'li'llK'llll2llllll lilwim- l'i:1l'lu:11't :mil . . Szimlm Sc-liroll worm- winm-rs ol' tliv essay vouti-st. 'lilll' l'l2lSS also Visitwl Yzillvy l'iUl'LIl' lust lull This page sponsored by Dr. M. F. Ciambalvo JUNIORS FIRST ROW: Kear, M. Schneider, Gruber, K. Metzler, M. Kline, Engle, Shelly, Dcrrenkomp, Detwiler, Kaylor, Wittle. SECOND ROW: Mr. Broske, Gorlin, Roffensperger, Zimmerman, Stephens, P. Kline, Brooks, Bucher, Rosenfeld, R. Schneider. THIRD ROW: Good, B. Thome, Weidman, Hollgren, Nissley, Snovely, J. Mefzler, Ashenfelter, Harple, Peifer, J. Thome, Melhorn. ABSENT: Suzanne Sponsler. Tm :fly-jizw SOPHOMORES FlRST ROW: Grove, Frey, Shelly, Schneider, Funk, Good, Hilt, Gerlitzki. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Griffith, Barninger, Markley, Buckwulfer, Herr, Haines, Schofield. THIRD ROW: Mackison, Weber, Mark, Zimmerman, Shenk, Craul. ABSENT: Larry Geib. FlRST ROW: Fellenbaum, Fackler, Emenheiser, Risser, Schroll, McKain, Kline, Loewen. SECOND ROW: Miss Taylor, Pennell, Bair, Mumper, Groff, Becker, Gish. THlRD ROW: Drace, Beaston, Gilbert, Bomberger, Young, Krall, Oberholtzer, Halbleib. ABSENT: Connie Wisegarver. FRESHMEN FIRST ROW: Lone, Baughman, Brought, M. Becker, Reese, Diller, Snavely, Marshall, Brooks, Christ. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Day, Thome, Wade, Graff, P. Becker, Hamish, Vogel, Mumma. THIRD ROW: Schroll, Nisslcy, Bitner, Newcomer, J. Zeller, Chapin, Gotwall, R. Zeller, Fish. vfritfvir FIRST ROW: Wolgemuth, Nauglc, Mumma, Drace, Baugher, Raffensperger, lwanowski, Ebersolc, Frantz, Locwcn. SECOND ROW: Ramsey, Peifer, Rider, Gelrmacher, Williams, Metzler, Snook, Brian. THIRD ROW: Divef, Engle, Rohm, Lindemufh, Swartz, Graff, Kaylor, Bernhard, Hess, 1Mr. Lichty is the homeroom feacher.l EIGHTH GRADE FIRST ROW: S. Brown, Kline, Stehman, Reisch, Williams, Smith, Hornafius, Zink, Darrenkamp, Martin. SECOND ROW: Rovenolt, Schroll, Krall, Watkins, J. Brown, Yeagley, Miss Aierstock. THIRD ROW: Gamber, Mumper, Strickler, Goodling, J. Buchenauer, Lane, Hostetter, Collins, Watts. ABSENT: Bill Ditzler. fikiirfik' FIRST ROW: Haldeman, D. Derr, Earhart, Shetter, Deibler, Sheafter, Grubb, Newcomer, Rutt, Livingston. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Saylor, Herr, Klugh, Max, Rice, Stohler, Mumma, Halbleib, Mrs. Williams. THIRD ROW: R. Buchenauer, Brown, Coover, Etsell, H. Derr, Shank, Bender, Gingrich. ABSENT: J. Wealand, Linda Fellenbaum. Tir: My-1 fgflf! SEVENTH GRADE FIRST ROW: Kauffman, Snook, Heisey, Kaylor, Marshall, Zeller, Mateer, Wittle, Thome, Aston, Eichler. SECOND ROW: Frey, Williams, Engle, Buckwalter, Lane, Maxwell, Fitzkee, Schofield, Hartman. THIRD ROW: Waters, Johnson, Rohm, Bucher, McCowin, Stohler, Mariner, Kulp, Metzler, Becker, Thomas. iirvfrufr FIRST ROW: Meckley, Shenk, Hollinger, Schroll, McKain, Walters, Sherk, Hanby, Hart, Wisegarver. SECOND ROW: Harnish, Heisey, Berrier, Barnhart, Elliott, Ulrich, Drace, Shuman, Mumper, Gutshall. THIRD ROW: Kaylor, Vogel, W. Derr, Eisenhauer, Fackler, Ziegler, C. Derr, Kline, Emenheiser, Snook, Shearer, Newcomer. Tiff 11111-H1111 P P W r ACTIVITIES ZX if , Y ,,..-Ti. 1 ,.-'W -E? lf? 1 4 .1 fiiyflf-f 1-Q I .Q ' ,II U- 'J , I I II ' I I' I I gg II, ' JI 'II '1 W lilgjll Sehool's last yearbook will surely provide many ehuekles antl memories for members ot' 77 Voyager Staff if DARLENE SCHN El DER, Editor Erlitor-in-I'hfef . . . . . Darlene Sehneitler ,'ls.w1'.v1'r1r1t lffllllflllli .. .... ,l flmlllic Lum' l Pat Sehroll A-ir! lfflffor .......... . .. Shirley Wzule Plzotoymplzy liflftoz' . . , . Miriam Tyntlall :lflI'8l'fl.Nl'l1fj .llrzrzuger . . . ...... Mae Zink flI'I'f"IltflfI.0Il Mzznuglm' ........ Ginny Brooks f'l1,1'ef Typist ................ Sarah Garber .f1f11'z'se1' .......... Bliss Uatharine Cl. Zeller Ifflitorirzl Strllg: Carol Smith, Norma Nentwig, Charles Mayer, Robert Fish, Owen Phillips, Riehartl Nissley, Lois Hutt. Iiusiness Staff: Pat Sehroll, Sarah Garber, Connie Lane, Edith Christ, Velma Hoffer, Joann Brown, Judy Kopp, Ruth Weidman, Shirley Wade, Miriam Tynrlall, .Ianet Walton, Lois Rutt, Pat Frantz, Anna Fleteher, Darlene Sehneirler, Harolcl Milligan, Donald Zerphey, Dot Brooks, Bob Fish, Diek Nissley, Bill ltlhy, Betty Hostetter, Owen Phillips, Diek Will, Charles Zeller, Charles Mayer, Ralph Berrier, Virginia Brooks, Shirley Smith, Carol Smith. Norma Nentwig, Irvin Nauman, Henry Klugh. Art Staff: .loann Brown, Varol Smith, Shirley Smithi I Yearbook Staff Records Hlsfory "I,et's have a yearbook!" was the resounding ery ot' the seniors as they fiew through their al year at Mount Joy High Sehool, The first, step was organizing a staff. Darlene Sehneitler s eleeteml etlitor-in-ehiel' with Connie liane antl Pat Sehroll as her assistants. It was cle- etl that Mae Zink woulcl heatl the husiness staH', anrl soon everyone was solieiting atls so th tt the husiness staff eoultl meet its quota. After the arls were in, the etlitorial staff swung into aetion. First, the theme of "The vrltl ot' the Future" was ehosen. Then assignments were given out anrl soon artieles poureal in rearly to he proofreafl, eheekerl anrl reeheekerl Next the typing ol' all the artieles antl arts was finishefl. Pietures were also taken anti the work eompletefl. Finally the tinishefl clummy was tlelivereml to the printers anml the seniors were ahle to sit haek ancl view their at-etwmplishment with the thought of a joh well tlone. Mount .loy the Class of '54 until they all are "Strangers in Paradise. This page sponsored by Heisey's Food Store Tllirl 11-I ll'll Voyager Sfaff iff 'fir Sf? EDITORIAL STAFF SEATED: V. Brooks, Rutt, Zink, Schroll, Schneider, Lane, S. Smith, Garber, Brown, Tyndall, C. Smith. STANDING: Nissley, Fish, Mayer, Wade, Miss Zeller. 'lk' if sir BUSINESS STAFF SEATED: Nentwig, Rutt, Schneider, Schroll, Lane, V. Brooks, Zink, Wade, Weidman, Bernhard, Garber, Brown, Tyndall, C. Smith. STANDING: Mayer, Zerphey, Nissley, Fish, Milligan, Kopp, Frantz, Berrier, Fletcher, Walton, S. Smith, Christ, Hostetter, Hoffer, D. Brooks, Zeller, Miss Zeller. Tlllf lf!-fflfu Hi -Crier Siaff Erlvffor-'1'n-ffhfef . . . . . . Dzmrlvnv S0ilI1l'iliCi' Asxzlwfmzl Erlflor .. ........,.. Mau- Zink l"ef1fn1'e Eriitor ........ Virginia Goltmzwllvl' f'i1'c'ulrz1'1'0n Mcznuger ........... Pat Sclmwli Afl1ferf1's1"ng Manager .. .... Cunuic IALI10 1ffl'l'hfl7lf16 Erlifov' . . . . . . I,m'ottz1 Cizlrliu Ar! Editor' ...... . .. l':u'ul Smith Sports I'V'r2'fers.' Peter Nisslcv, .lamb Zeller, Clmrlos Mzxvor U f . 7 Sue Svhrull, S21I'2Lil c12Ll'iX'l'. Vhjef Typist ................ Shirley Wzulv .'ifiI'I.NOI' .... .. . Mrs. Nvvlyn Szmylm' Reporters: Julia Lucwvn, .lm-nb Zvllcr, Luuisv IC11w11l10isv1', Bc-tty .ic-am xillllllllil.. Put Drau-v. DARLENE SCHNEIDER, Editor-in-Chief if SZ' Sf? .lournalisfs of fhe Fufure SEATED: Gelfmacher, Lane, P. Schroll, Schneider, Zink, Wade, Garber, C. Smith. STANDING: Halbleib S. Schroll, Mummo, Metzler, S. Smith, Nissley, Garlin, Zimmerman, Raffensperger, Loewen. INSET: Mrs. Saylor This page sponsored by Tyndall's Tlzirly-fwfr' SEATED: Rosenfeld, S. Schrall, Nissley, Mayer, Brooks, P. Schroll, Mrs. Williams. STANDING: Beaston, Kaylor, Gilbert, htl R. Fish, Garlin, Newcomer, Buchenauer, Earhart, B. Raffensperger. I Leaders Blaze Trail lIl0lll 4-oum-il lwgzm 21 wry busy ya-zu' by sponsoring an llll'0l'lll2ll flzum-, tho Full Froliv. l121ll'l'. plans wvrv mzulv to offvl' il prim- to tho 1-lass prcscnting tho lac-st 2lSSl'llll7ly progrmn lllllbllgllllilll tlw your. lull ring tlu- fllll'lSllIl21S svzxson ax Pllbllllllg slriw. Wllll'll provvfl to luv ouitv Slll'l'0SSl'lll, was lxvlml, :xml :L gift for thc Messiah U1'pl1:111:1gc was l7lll'f'lli1Sl'll. Sllllllllll, voum-il also oH'o1'c-rl :1 lTl'1Zl' for thu lmost-1101-omtccl Ilomvroom at f,1lll'1Sflll?1Sl1lllC and il IJVIZU to tlw llUllll'l'O0lll that was clvzlnvml up tlw host Ill-till' thc flvcomtions w01'0 taken flown. Sc-nior llUlllC'l'UUlll 101 won thu :lon-orzltioll prize :xml l'l'CSlllll2I11 llUllli'l'O0lll 205, tho c-loam-up prim-. Thc group also prcsvntcrl tllv C'ln'istn1z1s zlssvmbly l3l'UQQl'2llll. v llmrlvs Mzmycr, prosimlvnt of studont council, was ussistvml by vivo prvsiclvnt, Pvtvl' Nisslm-yy svc'l'Qt:11'y, Dot Brooks: ll'l'2tSlll'Ol', Put Sc-llrolll 211111 tlw 1ll'CSl1ll'lll zlnrl two 1'0p1'm-svlltzltivvs from 4-zu-lm vluss, Mrs, Bl2ll'Q2ll'l'l hhvllllilllw was tlw zulvisor. Student voum-il strow to llllI'lll01' flu- intvrcst of the c-ntirc stuclont borly and lo improve' ilu' svllool. ifriksfr This page sponsored by I. B. Hostetter G' Sons Tl: ffl 11-ffm' .., FIRST ROW: Lehman, Tyndall, Eby, Barnhart, Swanson. SECOND ROW: E. Lane, C. Lane, Miss Zeller, Bailey Fish. THIRD ROW: Schroll, Wagner. Scholasiic Sfars Shine lC:u'l1 vvzu' lim- pm' wut ul' llu- jullim' 1-lass mul Ivn lu-1' 1-1-nt ul' tlu- svnim' 4-lass am- vlvr-tml luv llu- l':u'l1ltV lu lllt'llllM'l'SlllIl in flu' Nilllllllill lllilllbl' Smwiutv. wllu-I1 luis nwvl' 2700 f'l1:1plm's in lliggll scluurls tlmrmlgluvllt ilu' l'11it1-il Slxltvs. 'l'lu- Sll1tll'lllS vlunsun must lu' in tlu' llfllwl' tlmirnl ul' llltlll' 1-lass :uul lu- ulxtstzuuling in tlu qllzllitu-s ul' 4-luu':u'tv1', Sl'lllll2ll'Sllll7. lvzulvrslxip mul sc-rvimx Nino Slllfll'lllS l'r'4um tlul Class uf' l953 wlum lH'f'illlli' llll'l11lJl'l'S ure' Sllirlvy lilmy, .lay ll2ll'llll1Ll'l :uul Willizlm lllyllllllll, wlum www- 4-lm-tml in tlulix' llllllllll' yn-ur, mul Nlury liuilvy. lilirun' l,zuu' N:nu'y SWZIIISHII. ll:u'lu-l l.vl1mz111. l'l:1i1' llvilglllll' :mtl liulwrt Svllrull. xvluu worm- r-luwsvn :ls mvm- lulrs in llll'lI' sm-nun' yvm: i'ol1stz1lu-v l,:uu'z1lul lluluwl lfislu, nulmlu-Vs ul' tlu- Flaws ul' l954. xwlw lll4llll'l1'll into flu suvivly in lllllll' jllllllil' your. This yi-au' fum' Sixlll4lI'Sifll12ll'll'S Nluyor, Pz1l1'u'i:L Sl'lll'Ull, Vzlrul Smith :uul Sllirlvy Wzlilvw-'Y:1l11l Ima juniors, l,m'cttz1 Ciurlin :uul Pl-tm' Nisslvy. lu-vzuxul mvm- lwrs ul' tlul Nutimml llmun' Siu-ivty. vfrikvfr This page sponsored by Tim Schroll 'llfffllff-.vA.r lt zt lmvlu-t lil' at flying S2llll'l'l'l., Xu, it's only thc: Xlunnt .hwy lligh S4-lnml llnntl on unc: nl' its vxtrlx lll1ll'lllllQj pun-tivv hikes. whivh SyllllNlllZl'll tht- h:1ntl's pl'ngLl':1n1, :incl tht' yvan' wats l'4llllllll'll nnt hy thx pu mn nl tht- Blount .hwy liatnml. The Marfians Parade lt's 7:00 All. :intl strztngv sunntls :nw lwznwl. ls -s spirit nt' willingnvss tn work hznwl thi' xt n haul :1 vvrv hnsv :intl Slll'l'l'SHl.lll V1-:ni lfirsl. llll'l'l' wt-ro lllilllj' yztrzulvs in the lztll annul in tht nun Xt ll-town tht- hatnml l'21l'l'll'1l ull' ll ptizv. Xvxt tht' hnntl was unc nt' tho highligltts nt' tht- nnnnztl lllll tint ' - 1 ' A 1 ,, ,- . . . - U - 1 - t 4 -. Q ,- an-Q 3 FIRST ROW: J. Frey, Elliott, Do. Brooks, M. Mumper, Moleer, Wittle. SECOND ROW: Mr. Houck, Tyndall, Garlin, Je. Mumma, Barninger, Markley, P. Schroll, L. Rutt, P. Mumper, Zink, Keor, Wade, Drace. THIRD ROW: C. West, S. Mumper, Nauglc, B. Brooks, P. Lane, Gutshall, J. Berrier, Diller, Bucher, Detwiler, Halbleib, Bernhard, Becker, Brion, J. Rutt, R. Pennell, Grove. FOURTH ROW: M. Sinegar, J. Nissley, Hornafius, L. Newcomer, Sprecher, Ebersole, D. Fish, S. Smith, Dc. Brooks, Buckwalter, Rohm, R. Buchenauer, Ja. Mumma, H. Frey, C. Smith, Rovenolt, Barnhort, Heisey, Reisch, J. Harnish. FIFTH ROW: Metxler, Raffensperger, Bair, C. Lone, R. Berrier, R. Fish, J. Zeller, Moyer, Ashenfelter, Naumon, P. Nissley, Rohm, Gilbert, Etsell, Good Bender, S. Harnish, R. Zeller, C. Zeller. This page sponsored by Dr. R. M. Thome FIRST ROW: C. Smith, M. Becker, Wittle, Reese, P. Lane, Naugle, Braught, Barninger, Gerlitzki, Diller Gruber, Zink, Tyndall, Wade, KoPP, S. Smith, Mr. Houck. SECOND ROW: J. Loewen, C. Lane, Funk Fellenbaum, Thome, Vogel, Hamish, Mumma, D. Fish, R. Weidman, L. Good, M. Schneider, Kaylor, J. Schneider Markley, Bernhard. THIRD ROW: Snavely, Darrenkamp, Rutt, D. Schneider, Buckwalter, K. Good, D. Weidman Gotwalt, Shelly, Fletcher, Detwiler, Ebersole, Brown, Do. Brooks, Groff, Bucher, Da. Brooks. FOURTH ROW Emenheiser, Fackler, K. Metzler, Garlin, P. Kline, Shenk, Mayer, J. Metzler, Ashentelter, Phillips, R. Fish Hostetter, Risser, Stephens, Rosenfeld, Zimmerman, Walton. if it 'ik Major Sfardusi Serenade lflvt-ry 'l'u0s1h1y :incl '1'hursch1y ziftcrnoon thc study hull rang with thc voivv vihrntions oi' thc svvvnty-scvcn nwnlhors in thv senior chorus, wliolworc pi'zu'ti0iiigg for thc inzuiy zivtivi- tivs in whicfh tho chorus pzwtic-ipzltcci throughout thc your. Ynilcr tho thru-tion of Mr. GQ-orgo Houck, thc niusir suporvisor. thv vhorus, in 1-onjunc-tion with thc hzimi, prcscntcrl thc Elllllllili Christmas progrznn. Davo Woifhnzm and Kon Goofl wort soloists for this program and also for the spring Convert, when they werc joined by Dzirlonc tic-rlitzki, who sangg :L soprano solo. The spring 1-om-vrt, prvsoiitt-mi in April, was truly "A Night of hliisivf' To Finish thc- your, thc vhorus sang at thc' Zllllilltll l321t't'2Llttlll'021il' Swvirv. Patrol Smith was thc 2U't'UlllPtLIliSt for thc group. ikiiriir This page sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schneider Tllfrly-r'1'yl1! 1 I t FIRST ROW: Aston, Shenk, McKain, J. Heisey, S. Brown, J. Frey, Hart, Mateer, Eichler, Wittle, C. Snook G. Newcomer, Wisegarver, Mr. Houck. SECOND ROW: J. Hornish, Berrier, Smith, Sherk, D. Snook, Hornafius Hollinger, M. Metzler, Engle, Braught, Earhart, Barnhart, Kulp, Elliott, S. Mumper, S. Schroll, J. Thome THIRD ROW: Walters, Meckley, Brooks, Kaylor, Reisch, R. Vogel, F. Lane, Emenheiser, Hanby, Baughman Johnson, Buckwalter, Shuman, Drace, Bucher, Mumma. FOURTH ROW: B. Heisey, Fitzkee, Rohm, Becker Deibler, Eisenhauer, Derr, Schroll, Bender, Stohler, Klugh, Max, Strickler, B. Thome, P. Mumper, Krall Mariner, Gamber. if iff ik' Minor Stardust Serenade , , . . . . . . . . lllt',llll1l11l'1'1I111'1lS was 1-s111l111s111111 1111s y1-111' 111 g1x'1- 1111- 111111115 lll 11111 s1'v1-11111, 1-1gg11111. lllll 11111111 gg1':11111s 11 1'11:1111'11 111 11111'111'111:111' 111 1111' h'21l'1l1ll5 11l'11Ql'111llS 1111- Sl'I11111' 1'll111'llS lllllll5 11:11'11 y1-211' '1'111' '1llll1l1l' 1'11111'llS 11211'111'll11111'11 111 1111- 21111111211 l'111'1s1111:1s l1I'1l,QQl'21lI1 :11111 111111K 112111 111 1111- Sl1l'1ll1,.L k1l11l1'l11'1. 'l'111s 1-11111'11s 1-1111111111011 sixty'-s1x x'1111'11s. 1110111111151 111 111'11- :11111 11111111-11:11'1 S1I1g.E1llQ, 111 1111111- 111111 111 singing 111 11111 1'1l1l1'llS. 11111 pupils w111'11 gin-11 11111 i1I1llllll11ll11lyv 111' f'l1l1lllll'lll1g 11111 1'll111'l1h :11 vi1l'1l1ll5 1111111s. S111111- 111' 11111 2l1'1'111lll1Ql1l1SlS 1111' 1111s Ql'l1llI1 11'111'11 13z11'11:11':1 'l11111llll'. 1111111111 1i1111g11. 111111 1111111 1i1':111. rlwlll' 1'1l111'1lS was 111111111 1111- ll1lll1l'l1lll1 111' N11'.1111111'1L1- 1111111-li.1111-s1-1111111's11111s11-s11l11'1'1'1s111' 137121121 This page sponsored by Dr. W. L. Shoop 711111111-111111 Librarians Aid Training for The Future Une of the most important clubs in the high school is the Library Aides Club. Some of the niany ways in which they helped the librarian, Mrs. Marilyn Herr, were checking out and filing books, planning attractive book displays, aiding students in locating the books and reference material they sought, and keeping the library neat and clcan. This year there were eleven girls and five boys from grades nine to twelve in the club. The officers were Shirley Wade, presidentg Anna Fletcher, Vice presidentg and Norma Nentwig, secretary-treasurer. Shirley XVade was also elected president of the Southeastern Library Asso- ciation of Pennsylvania. ' In November the group attended the annual library conference at Millersville State Teach- ers College. The aides also presented an assembly program in the latter part of thc year. , fa r - SEATED: Groff, Young, Nentwig, Wade, Loewen, Stephens, Witfle, P. Kline. STANDING: Bomberger, Mrs. Herr, Fletcher, Walton, Hoffer, Koylor, Metzler, Detwiler. Wiki? This page sponsored by L. B. Herr Cr Son Forty FIRST ROW: Rulf, Tyndall, Smith, Zerphey, Fish, Lane, Schroll, Zink. SECOND ROW: Defwiler, K. Mefxler M. Schneider, Gruber, Kear, Shelly, J. Thome, B. Thome, R. Schneider, Bucher, Wade. THIRD ROW Zimmerman, Raffensperger, Garlin, M. Kline, Darrenkamp, Stephens, P. Kline, Kaylor, Daisy Brooks, Rosenfeld FOURTH ROW: Good, R. Nissley, Milligan, Dot Brooks, Bernhard, Hostefler, D. Schneider, Kopp, R. Weidman Christ. FIFTH ROW: D. Weidman, Berrier, Hollinger, Ashenfelfer, Klugh, J. Metzler, Neuman, Phillips Mayer, Melhorn. 'iiririif The Comefs Are Coming ,,,.Y X , ., , . ,.. X , .,., ., v . IAQI5 tum ilu im lull llllg.,h, tlu lmlls .nn lllri.lllIlX fllla-fl Wllll ill'i'llll'll l'llSlIlll"' In llll'll' . rs zlssignwl l'4llllllS. Quii-lily tlxv pupils film' nut, silvmly zmfl 1-llivivlltly. .'hll1lllll'l' firm' flrill luis llt'l'll :I slim-4-4-ss, Fira- mlrills am' lwlml mmm' an lllllllill with am zxvvlwiglc- timc- ul' um' minulv. 30 su i., mmmls. to 4-lun' tlw lmililing. This XVIII' tlw iirv patrol was lim-:ulml lmy liulwrt Fish :ls 1'llll'l. :xml lhmzilwl Zcwplwy, assistant vlxiof. Fll'l'llli'l1 wcrc sclm-tc-ml frmml fl1'z14lc's ll :uni I2 lw Nll' ll K gi'llHt'll1'l' tlw -lrlvi 'vm' ,.s. 'ifrikik This page sponsored by Dr. Thomas O'Connor l"m'lff-um , i SEATED: Lone, Nissley, Schroll, Gorber, Naumon, D. Brooks, Melhorn, Berrier, Wade. STANDING: Phillips, Miss Zeller, Zink, Moyer, V. Brooks, Fish, Smith. Juniors Descend fo Earth Angels eavorting about the stage, eosmie eounters, and a sour old maid were the ingredi- ents that went into last year's junior play, "Down to lCarth." As the prologue began, three angels, Agnes tMae Zinkl, Wilfred tRobert Fishl, and Pilone tCharles Nlayerl, were desc-ending through spaee, heading toward Earth to piek up two souls to take baek with them to Heaven. Their intended vietims were Augusta Applegate tljatrieia Sehrolll, a wealthy old spinster who was not ready to "gow yet, and Herman Howell tliiehard Nissleyi, a kindly old sailor who was ready to leave this world. Two of Augusta's niet-es, Urpha Teel tDoris Melhornl and Millie Bromsley ttlonstanee Lanel, had their eyes on inheriting Augusta's money when she passed on. Urphals young daugh- ter, Ruthie tllorothy Brooksl. had ambitions in the direction of eatehing a rieh husband. Millit-'s husband, Baxter ltlwen Phillipsl, wanted Augusta's money to support his latest. in- vention, whieh, of eourse, didn't work. Another person who tried to get her hands on Augusta's money was June Bromsley 1Sarah Garberb, who was engaged to Ric-hard White tlrvin Naumanl, a young man needing a thousand dollars in order to buy into the photography business. Angels were invisible to human beings. Misehievous Pilone, who hadn't really attained full- fledged angelhood, managed to inveigle Augusta into giving her money away at, the right time, but also eomplieated matters by eausing people to fall in love. He kissed Ruthie, first making her fall in love with Riehard, .lune's fiance, and then straightening out the matter by eaus- ing Ruthie to fall for Robert. Hanley tRalph Berrierl, a rieh hypoehondriae. Pilone eompleted his misc-hief by kissing Augusta and Herman, causing them to love earh other and take a stron fer hold on life. This left the angels stranded on Earth, sinee they Augusta's frustrated maid and the apple of Pilone's eye, qualified for angelhood by way oi an automobile aeeident. So the three angels and Diana returned to lleaven. Miss Catharine Zeller direeted the play with the assistance of Shirley Wade and Carol Smith. Forty-Iwo 51 . eouldn't return to Heaven without the souls they eame tor. Suddenly, Diana tV1l'g1Hl2l Brooksi. Seniors Turn Back fhe Clock During the senior play the audienee and east traveled baek through spaee to 1928, as the elass presented "Turn Baek the Cloek," a three-act play by Marijane and .loseph Hayes. The play was based upon the universal truth that all generations are very mueh ahke. The prologue began with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hill lCharles Zeller and Virginia Brooks! waiting for their daughter to return home from a date. Mr. Hill was eomplaining about the younger generation, but Mrs. Hill gently reminded him of his younger days. As the eloek was turned baek to 1928, the audienee met Mr. and Mrs. Palmer lCharles Mayer and Patrieia Sehrolll, the parents of three adoleseents-Evie 1Virginia Brooksl, Sally lMae Zinkl, and Larry lRalph Berrierl-all of whom were typical teenagers of the "roaring twenties." O livie had just graduated from high sehool and had,been dating Charlie Hill lCharles Zeller! and .lohnny Stone tRobert Fishl. She eouldn't decide whieh of the two jealous boys she preferred. Meanwhile Sally had just begun to realize that she was a teenager and turned out to be quite a pest. To further eomplieate matters, Larry, who had just been suspended from eollege lor swallowing goldfish, arrived home, where he was pursued by Irene Isherwood 1Constanee Lanel, who was a niee, simple girl. l'nfortunately Larry preferred the flapper-type, Maybelle Harrison lLois Ruttl. 4 At a party Evie gave to eelebrate her birthday, the rest of the east were introdueed, ineluding Phyllis MeSorley tllorothy Brooksl, who was in love with Charlie Hill. Also at, the party were Barbara and Ollie Bannister lShirley Wade and Riehard Nissleyl and Chubby Baseombe lWilliam Ebyl. The party was supervised by the jazz-happy maid, Hilda fDarlene Sehneiderl. and turned out to be quite hilarious. After the audienee had reminiseed through the years, the seene shifted to the present day, where l'lv1e, who had at last ehosen her man, and Charlie were parents of an average family. Bliss Catharine G. Zeller. assisted by Carol Smith, direeted the play. Sarah Garber and .loann Brown served as prompters. FIRST ROW: Zink, Ruff, Schroll, Wade, V. Brooks, Lane, Brown, Smith, Miss Zeller. SECOND ROW: Berrier, Eby, Mayer, Fish, Nissley, D. Brooks, Zeller, Garber. THIRD ROW: Schneider, Neuman. Forly-N1 ree 1"01'fy-f0Zl1 ATHLETICS ! +,.l.,?,-,- ,,L,,-,.,, ,, M., -' fYxx r-XX Xxiizq FIRST ROW: Halbleib, Brian, Bernhard, Phillips, Eby, Krall, B. Graff, C. Groff, R. Zeller, Schofield, B. Thome Newcomer, Weidman, Mumma, J. Nissley, Schroll, Gish, Schneider. SECOND ROW: Coach Day, Zerphey R. Nissley, C. Zeller, J. Thome, Beaston, Milligan, Nauman, Klugh, Metzler, Ashenfelter, Weber, P. Nissley Hallgren, Pennell, Snavely, Mayer. 'il' if ik' Planeleers Place Second The l'l21lllS ol' Mount .loy High Sm-hool finislivrl their last season of socvcl' hy plau-ing scvonml in thc llziiivzistvl' County Soc-001' litlilglllh This yt-z1i"s tczlni haul tho iiiiprvssiyc' rut-ol'4l of svvvii wins, two lossvs, :xnfl one tiv. The two losses oc-m'ui'1't-rl when thc lCZllll t-lzisliwl with Manor :mul New llollzintl. lioth ot' those tvzuns wort' very strong, :incl Mzinoi' finishcrl first in tht' c-ounty The Mount .loy hooters, t-oar-licml by Mr. John D, Day, had zi fighting tczun all season. lml hy Uaiptziin llvnry Klugh, the Ruins plziycrl cvcry gznnu to thc- hcst of their ability :intl nc-vt-1 QHVO up until the flnzil whistle hlvw. C'l1zn'liv Z1-llvl' :ind Henry Klugh won positions on thc llzint-zistci' County All-Stair Tvzini lol tho sm-ontl voiisvviltivt- VOQLV. Goziliv .law Mvtzlvl' Willllltfl 21 ht-Vtli on thc stir-oncl tvzun, also fox c 1 rw tht' src-ontl stmiglit yt-au: ufruirvir This page sponsored by Dr. I. R. Kensel Furl if-sin' 5 Captain Henry Klugh and Coach Day SOCCER SCHEDULE I lt IIm'm1wIi1I4I NI mm' XI 1I'I4'lI:l w IIuII.ll14I .. I ist IJm1w"'1I N I I t III'IllIlIIl'IlI XI llllll' Xllmmi XI lrivllzx w IIuII.1mI ... III ITU Q w Mount loy Opp. ., I II .. II I . 5 II .. 2 II . 5 3 . . -I II .. 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KNEELING: Ashenfelter, Klugh, Metzler, Weber, Zeller. SECOND ROW: Coach Houck, Nauman, Eby, Nissley, Coach Lichty. This page sponsored by Mount loy Chamber of Commerce I'l1r1'l11-1 111111 Hllt IIIN Xll 11lll Captain Henry Klugh and Coach Houck sir VARSITY BASKETBALL SCHEDULE Mount Ioy Opp V, ost 1,:1l11p0tv1' . . .... 56 44 Pamttmm 'l'l':ulv ... ... 59 215 Wrigglltsvillv .... .. . 42 44 l':11'zulisv .......... . . . 75 39 5111111101111 L1l1!l1l'il1 ... .., 43 21 1,ititz .......... ... 57 52 lilizzllwtlltuwn . . . .. 41 37 .'x11llll1l1 ......... ... 44 415 liust llmlvgul . .. .. . 47 37 Nlznru-ttzm .......... .. . 46 57 51111111011111101111111 ... ... 60 41 Nlli1l1ll'11ll Twp. . . . .. 60 69 1'Iliz:1lu'tl1tmv11 . . . . . 67 52 Klalnur ......... .. . 55 35 1'1:1st llvllxpfivhl ... ... 155 31 Puttml 'l'l'z14l1- . .. . .. 88 52 liust llmwgul . . . . . . 76 60 Nlzmlwim 'l'wp1 ,. ... 62 61 Nl:1I'i1'tI:1 ........ ... 71 45 lizlst 110lllll11l'1f1 .......... 81 513 Playoffs Nlaxrivllzn ................ 74 40 lfalst 1Alllll3l'1l'1' . . 1 .. 50 59 KNEELING: Hclbleib, Beaston, Becker, Pennell, Groff, Frey, Grove, Schneider. STANDING: Phillips, Harple Zimmerman, Coach Houck, Mayer, Fish, Nissley. .I-V's Hif Rock BoHom The Blount Joy junior' vzirsity, altliuugli it. fI1tII1It lizxvo two guml 11 st-asmi, was :1 small svmppy outfit with plcnty of fight. Thvy just c'uuItIn't UVt'l'l'UIl10 the ht-ight 2l1IV3.IlitlgZ0 of tht vzirioiis tczuns. They won two gzuxics ZIIIKI lost. sovvntvon, fm' ai pon-viitzigv of .105. 610111141 B01-ka-1' was high svuiw-1' with 126 points. Hzxrry Fwy was st-4-mid with 88. Uu- mptaliiis ul' this y0zu"s tvzim wvrv Ilurry Fwy and Tom ZIIll1llt'l'1l12lIl. JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL SCHEDULE Mount loy Opp. West LILIIIIWCLCI' . .. .... 31 42 Paittou rI1I'2L1I0 .... . . . 24 22 Wriglltsvillc .... . . . 28 35 Pamulisv ......... . . . 24 26 1hItLI11l0IIll Contrzil .. . . .. 27 44 Iiititz ........... ... 16 47 I'II1ZtLIJOtIlttlWII . . . . . 22 29 East Ilonogal .... . . . 21 41 Mzil'ivtt.:x ........ . . . 26 RIZLIIIICIIII Cviitml . .. . . . 20 25 Fifi if Mmiliciiii Twp. Elizzibcthtuwii LIZLIIKJI' ..... . East Hvmpfivlti Patton Trado . East Donegal . Mzuilivini Twp. Marivttzi .... Iizist Ilvlnphvltl Mount loy Opp ...24 28 .,.19 40 ...24 38 ...27 32 ...35 21 ...31 39 ...26 46 ...25 47 ...37 38 Junior High Ends in Mid-Air Cum-I1 John Iiim-hty's fighting junior high Rains hattlc-II thcir way tn zz niodoratcly suc- vcssful 502151111 hy winning svvvn gzunvs and losing six. Bonny GVUIT Iwi tho tcanl in smring with 144 points. In tllrvv yours ni' Mr. I.ic'hty's vmwlliiig at Mount Joy, thc- junior high tc-:uns Imvm- won forty ,mnnvs whilv losing nine. JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL SCHEDULE Mountloy Opp. Iiziinhriclgv .... ..... 2 0 38 IC. H01l1I1f1l'I1I .. 28 39 IC. Umicgul .... .. 48 19 Patton 'I'1'zuIc . . . . . 34 24 lXIIlI'1l'IL2I ......... .. 34 28 Mznlhcini C'1-ntrail .. .. 25 39 Ifllizzibctlltnwn . . . . . 19 50 IC. I-Ivlnpfiold .. 12 40 IC. Dmicgal .... .. 42 25 Pzittmi Trmlo . . . . . 36 27 Mzwivttzz ....... .. 38 31 ICIiz:iIwtI1tuw11 .... .. 14 41 Mzmlwixn L101ltI'2lI .. .. 42 26 FIRST ROW: Diver, R. Buchenauer, Collins, Brown, Watkins, Williams, Vogel, Nissley, Halbleib, Hostetter Mumma, Hamish. SECOND ROW: Rovenolt, Bernhard, Fish, Zeller, Chapin, Newcomer, Kaylor, G. Buchenauer Lindemuth, Groff, Gotwalf, Goodling, Etsell, Mr. Lichty, Brion. Fffly-mn' 11111-11 11:11111-s 11111111-11 1111 1v1t11 11111 91211111-lD12Lt'l' Il Riflemen's Rockefs Are Duds S11ll'1' Wvst 1111111111-I111'1111111111111 11111 111' 11111 V1111' 11111g.:1111, 11ll' x1l11lll1 1111 l1lll1x 111111 11111 11 110111. Ill1L11'1l1'H t11is y1'tll'. 1XYt1 1Y1111 1111111111111 111111 1NVll with K11111111'i111 '1'11111 1:1111 11111 111111 111 11111111111 1-11111111't1t11111, 11l'1ll11l1l1g.I 11v111'y 111z1t1-11. 11ll'y 1111 11,1 9 111 11111111 11111111 t111'11' 11111111111'11ts z1Y1'1':1gL1'11 4935. '1'111- :1v111':1g3g1' S1-111'1-s 111' 11111 11117 111'1' s111111t,1'1's 11'111'1' 11s 1'11111111's: 11111111 15111111 91 11111 11il1l11'S, 973 .11111 XYl'1J1'1', 9113 13111121111 Z111'111111y, 953 211111 11111111-111 171111-1 94 1 1 .-X11 111111v11111111 1'1111' 111:1t1'11 1111' 11111111111 lIll'lIl1ll'l'S W'l4 1111111 11t 1 111111111 511111111X 111111111X 21 l'17l' 1954 SCHEDULE Mount Icy N1:111111-1111 111Wl1. ,. ... 1179 1111111111111 ...... ... 177 X12ll111t'1lll V11WI1, .. ... 485 1111111121111 ...... .. . 475 OPP 1112 11111 1112 1111 FIRST ROW: Gish, Pennell, Berrier, Chapin, Weber, Zeller, Droce, Beaston, Homes SECOND ROW Coach Broske, Mark, Bomberger, Newcomer, Gilbert, Mockison, Naumcn, Milligan, Fish, Zerphey l"l'fIy-I KNEELING: Hollgren, J. Weber, Noumon, Klugll, Gelmer, Zimmerman, Miller, Zeller, Clinger, Ashenfelter, Kear, T. Weber. STANDING: Holbleib, Ebersole, Becker, B. Thome, Good, Harple, Wifmer, J. Thome, Melhorn, Sncok, Coach Day. Rams' Nine Soars fo Vicfory lvlllll'l' thv c-mu-liilig of Mr. .luhn Day, Mount .loy's 1953 hzisohull tm-:mi sozux-ml tu Vic-tm'y with ai l'l'l'Ul'Kl of ton wins :mil no lussos in lvziglu- vmnpctitimi. Thx' Ruins thvn l'Ilil'l'1'tl into 1-uuiity pl:1yufi's and in their first contest ciofoaitvcl Lititz, I3 to 3. 'l'hm-ir nvxt plnyofi' gimm- fuuml tlivm up against 21 strmig Mzmm' tc-am, whivh pimvvci to hc' Sllll0l'l0l', as thcy clvfc-:itwl tho Rams, 9 to l. This your the Ruins am- Hyiiigg high with thv lmpcs of hringiiig zmuthvi' vliziiiipionsliili hawk tu Mount Joy High Sc-howl. BASEBALL SCHEDULE Mount loy Opp. Kl:1l'i1'lt:1 .... ... I0 U l'iliZ2llll'tllfUWll ... ... I4 9 lizlst Hn-mpfichl .. . 8 4 Iiust Umicgzil . . . . . ll 4 NIz1l'ivtt:i .... . 6 2 lCliz:ihc-tlituwn . . . 8 4 lizlst lll'llll3fil'i4l .. .. . I7 7 lizlst llmivgzil ...... .... . 5 3 Playoffs Lilitz . ............ I3 3 ixlillllll' .. . ..... . I 9 This page sponsored by Dr. john Gates l"ff!f1-Iflfu' KNEELING: Zimmerman, Oberholfzer, Nissley, Clinger, Beaston, Phillips, Milligan. SECOND ROW: Schneider Hendrix, Snovely, Coach Heops, Croul, Pennell, Grofl. THIRD ROW: Metzler. Safurnifes Rockef fo Sfardom 'l'lw l9n3 Mount .luy lligll Sc-luml ll'lllllS lL'iLlIl Ilzul zlmrtlwl' Slll'1'CSSl.lll yl'2ll', in wllivlx tlwy vu mturwl tllc i'lliLllll51UIlSll1l1 ul' tlw lllll'l'-Sl'lllll2ISt1l' 'lll'1ll11:4 l.l'21gLl1C. Tllvy wurv 11114lvl'v:1tm-ml in SUYUII I nlzxtvlws, lllillilllgl flns Mount .l4my's t'lgIlllL'l'lllll CllllllllllUllSllllT Ill ll1lll'fK'l'l1 yi-:mrs ol' m-t zlvtivity l'llll'lll0l'lllUl'l', livn clllllglld' :lull .lzu-li Ihxzlstmwlm clvscrvc tl gwzrt 1ll':ll ul' 1-Vwlit fm' NYlIllllI1Ql tln P.I.A.A. stzutv mluulrlvs cllzllxlplmmslup nt Pc-lm State lust May. M12 C'll:1l'lm-s llvups was tlw tvunis cum-ll. 1953 BOYS' TENNIS SCHEDULE Mount loy Opp. l,ililz ................ .... -l 3 Nc-w llullunfl ........... . 5 0 l.:111r-zlstvl' C'ul111t1'y Daly ..... 7 0 llwslloy .............. . . 4 3 Mrfzlskvy' .l.V. . .. . . 4 0 lXllLlllll'llll Cc-ntrzll ... .. li l lXl2lIlll1'llll Twp. .... .. 7 0 lllulrll . . ............. 37 7 This page sponsored by W Cr R Printing Co. lulvfljl-fill! r KNEELING: Ruff, Thome, Schofield, Brought. STANDING: Morkley, Schroll Melhorn Barnmger Venus's Safellifes Beaf All r Q - v - v llw gurls tl'llll1Stl'1Llll0flhIUllllI .luy Hlglll hvlmul vmlvrl lts 19:33 mon mtll 1 um llll IDILSSIVU 11-1'm'ml, SUVCII wins :xml no lussos. 'l'l10y plzxyvll tho fullowiu,., ll17 llnllxtuxn nlu-im l'cntl'a1l, Lititz, :xml Illllllllll Hall. Mat:-lros wore also sc-lmrllllul X N llu mul l,:1m-ustvr Iltlllllllf' Day, but tlwsv twu llzul to lx- c-anvcllccl. Kllss Rlilflillllli' Sc-l1ol1vl1l, :1 SOIIIUI' lust yvur, fillvcl tllv pusitiun of stlulc 1 1953 GIRLS' TENNIS SCHEDULE lilizzllwtlltmvlx Blzmlwim ... l,1t11z ... Klzmlwim .. l,1t1tz ........ I1IlI4Il'll Hull . lilizulwtlxtmvxm Mount loy Opp .. 7 0 .. 4 0 .. 7 0 .. 7 0 .. 7 0 .. li l .. 4 3 This page sponsored by Dr. David E. Schlosser l"ffl ff-fi 1'1' Diana's Handmaidens Play Hard Tho Mount Joy llzunottcs haul a fairly successful season this yi-ar, finishing in tthirrl plzwc with ai rec-orcl of four wins and four losses. This ycar's ttcznn was cozu-lied hy Miss l5al'lJzu'a Aivrstock :intl rziptziinorl by Sarah Garber. Um-0 zigain thc big gznnvs of the your were with lilizabcthtown, thc INlI'l'I1Illil,l rival. Al- though tht- girls 1li4ln't, sc-orc zx victory, they rlifl hold Elizabctlitown to the st-orv of 2--l hy their good playing :incl sportsmanship. The hockey ll'1Llll also pzwtiripated in 21 hockey tiournznncnt at Harrisburg. 'l'hQr0 the Mount Joy clown played Middletown, Enola, and Hershey, c-apturing one victory :incl two sl-orl-ll-ss tics. Morcovcr. Fay Stoplions was selected for tho first all-star tcznn. while Lois Hutt :mil Dot Brooks won berths on thc suvoncl all-star team. Honorable nwntion wont to Suv Sm-hroll :intl Szirzmh Garber. Best of luck to thc first hockey tivznn at Donegal High Srhooll FIRST ROW: Gerlilfzki, Koylor, V. Brooks, Smith, Zine, C. Lone, D. Brooks, Raffensperger, Garber, P. Schroll, Rutt, D. Schneider, S. Schroll, Morkley, Wolgemuth. SECOND ROW: Mumper, Shelly, Reese, Loewen, Kear, Borninger, Zimmerman, Stephens, Boir, Kline, Gorlin, Detwiler, Brought, Boughmon, Naugle, M. Schneider, Miss Aierstock. vfrufrik' This page sponsored by Columbia Telephone Company lffjly-six COACH AIERSTOCK CAPTAIN SARAH GARBER 72579-ff? HOCKEY SCHEDULE XI lI'Il'II2II' . NI llIII1'lIll ' -CI' if 4: I IW-xlwtlutuwn' . I :st I XI :ru-ttl ll lf! 95 Jmwgzll . t awe 4 . . . QL lIll'llll' 41' EP I Il7'lIN'IIlIOWll In 95 1 ISI Ilulmwflll .. Ilumz- ,I Kwan Mount joy Opp. .. 2 U .. I U .. l 2 .. 0 2 .. 4 2 .. 0 3 .. 0 3 2 1 Sfellar Lads Raise Funds Sinn' this is tim lust yvm' im' Mount .Ioy lligll Sc-lmul. tha- Varsity Vlulm clwirlwl to buy v:u'sity SXVl'2li1'l'S im' ovm-ry boy in thc- high sclwul who czwlis il Varsity lvttcr. 1'cgL:11'4Ilcss ui' his 4-hiss To ilu this, thc 1-lull lnzul tu vawn inure IIIHIIUY than ii usually has flmw in um' yvzir. To . . 1 , , . . l'2llS0 illIlllS, ilu-y llzui 21 stzmrl at the farm hlmw, lwlml ai iuml szxlv, swirl Zlilllliill' sux. zmrl l'2lll the K'lllli'i'SSlUli stzlml ut svvvml bziskctbzlll QQQUIICS. Uiiif'v1's ui' tlw Hl'g12lIiiZ2lilUll were llll21l'lCS :hSil0Ill4l'li0l', lJl'0Sl1l0lliQ l'Ic'm'y Klugggli, vim-my presi- flc-ntg :md Pc-tor Nissley, si-cl'vi:11'y-t11-z1s111'01'. flU2lf'll .lolm Day and c'4llll'll livmmlgm' llmu-k worm zulvisvrs. ufkirik' FIRST ROW: Schofield, Pennell, Zeller, Klugh, Ashenfelter, P. Nissley, Milligan, Zerphey, Fish. SECOND ROW Mr. Day, Schneider, B. Thome, Beaston, R. Nissley, Moyer, Halbleib. THIRD ROW: J. Thome, Hallgren, Weber Snavely, Eby, Metzler, Neuman, Phillips, Harple. ikiirifr This page sponsored by Mr. Harry N. Nissly Fffly-fxigllll SEATED: Garber, Ruff, P. Schroll, V. Brooks, Borninger, Markley, Rosenfeld. STANDING: S. Schroll, Boir, Zink, Raffensperger, M. Kline, Zimmerman, Miss Aierstock. Lunar Lassies Plan Program This was thc first yi-:ir ful' thi- Girls' Alhlvtim- Assm-iaitiwm in Nlmnit Joy High Sw-lmul. lm- 4-hih was iiiciriv up ul twvlw im-iiihcrs, fum' girls clvctccl froiii 0:14-li nf thc tlirvv sm-iiiui' high gym vhlsscs. 'l'hv iiiviiilmws plziiiiiwi thv illfl'l1llllll'2li l5l'UgIl'11lll iilll' the girls ami ufiir-izitwl :xt thc- ggzuiivs. This yn-:ir thvy spmismcfl hm-kvy :mil haislccthzill il1fl'21lIllll'2liS. ,, . . . lhv gllir also iiizulv Imsti-rs to aulwrtism' thc' zivtivitivs ui fl, A. .-X. :mil thi-y trim-il 11+ 1'll4'Ulll'IlQl' thi- stmlviiis tu siilmpurt thi-ii' piwgivm-ts. Iii mhlitimm In utlivi' :ic-tivitivs, thx' girls took hurt in zi howling I1l'Ug.fl'2llll lllll'illgl swim' vhlh pvriunls. With thv hm-ip ui' Miss l5:1l'h:il'a1 .fXivi'stm-ii. thc ziiivisi-l', this 1-hih piwm-cl to hm' :i hig: SllI'f'l'SS. This page sponsored by Milton F. Eberly 'iff 'il' 72' w C o,xJX,7j lfffiif- ,i,', 1 l Space Cadettes Yell for Victory "R-A-M-S, Rall! Rall! Rah!" cc-liocrl lllI'Ullgll0llK tlw svlmul as tlw 4-lxvwlc-:ulc1's urgocl tlu tliroo tvzmis mi to victmy. Sow muscles zmrl lioarso voir-cs worm- furgottvli :is tlic girls it tllrougli tlwii' pzwvs. "l'l':u'tic'0 mzikvs pc1'f0c't" was tllv slogan all tlw 1'l10vl'lvz1rliiig squzuls ullwwml to. 'Flu' varsity and J-V 1-l10ol'l0zulci's were chosen in tlic lzittcl' part ol' Nova-iiilmoi' by i'cp1'v- Lntzitivvs l'l'0lll the fzwulty. T110 two squads clmscn the-11, in turn, pivkvcl tliv junior liigli squad. This year tliv varsity l'll00l'l03,lll'l'S were 11-splviimlont in tlioir new turtlcnoc-k swczmtm-1's, wliivlm 1- :1 novelty at M..I.H.S. Miss l3zu'lm1':i Aim-rstuck was tlic zulvisor. if if Sk JUNIOR HIGH CHEERLEADERS METZLER, MUMMA, NAUGLE, DRACE, RAFFENSPERGER. This page sponsored by Shearer's Furniture Store air air if lgK'llll4'lllH llvslaxllrzml l'll:u'lc's lil:-lm l . ll, l5l'1llm:1lw1'- lJll1ll'l'S S, Rissl-1' Szlmll zlml lim Quwl :lml Nl2lI'l'l'llllS llzmicll A, Sf'lll'Ull Nlrs. lilvu llzllli Sllirlvy :xml liulw Nlll'lIlllll llvisl-5' fllll'IljIl' Sl11'm-nfs lxm lmy llm-VI' NIV. :Lml Nlrs. lrvlu S XIV. :lml Mrs. fin-u1'g1' llum-lc NIV, Irwin Smitlm, SV, lurl liusvl' filly Spitllvr Xlll'lillIl :xml i'lx:11'liv .lan-mlm ll. Slblllllilll ill Nlym-1' MV. :lml Mrs, l'll'illlli lXllll1ll Pill :xml .l4'l'l'y NIV. :xml Klrs, l,luysl xllllllll 111 llvisl Swsl Vu, lil: Willizlm Nl. xYHl'lxlllll1 '- . j' i' ADVERTISEMENTS S S X QS Il ' on GUM Qs , 'F This bank has marched arm in N arm with Time for many years. 1 We have watched the pa- rade of eventsg made lasting Q friends: gained a little in wis- domg lost nothing in faith or I S enthusiasm, We invite you to travel the H new roads ahead with this bank as an old and trust- worthy companion. To the Graduates who are marching on in the School ot Lite we extend our Congratulations and Best Wishes 'A"A'ifr I UST COM AIIMMT OY MT JOY FLORIN MIRSINAIIONA BINKM - ...., 402.95 fIQ000w1H,F.D.I.C. MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION SLP! y-fun r ' .-' if 1 1 my , ff' 2 fff ANOTHER BRIDGE T0 CROSS... "I-Iow can I send my son through college?" One of the best ways is to start a savings account for him at the earliest possible age. Set up a schedule of regular deposits-and keep to the schedule faithfully. We cordially invite you to open an account with us. il? e Union National Mount Joy Bank MOUNT IOY, PENNSYLVANIA Member of F. D. I, C. S1'.1'I!l-ffm: PRINTING COMPANY Qualify Fuel Oil and Low Pressure Burners A A U S E SICO S 0 PR ITS V Public Be11er ' I d.hd.h i 1 I 4 Sales and Service ' Safisfacfion Guaranfeed 1 E Home Office - Mount .loy SCHOOL PHCTOGRAPHER LANCASTER, PA. fi Mutual Insurance Service For Progressive Alert Agents HENRY G. INC. MOUNT JOY. PA. Compliments of THE FLORIN FRUIT STAND MOYER'S POTATO CHIPS "Among the Best by Test" ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. R. D. 3 Phone: 540-W CLEARVIEW ESSO SERVICENTER Washing - Tires - Batteries Phone: 4-8086 ZEAMER'S CAFE Steaks - Chops - Sea Foods Lubrication Beverages 2 Miles East of Elizabethtown, Pa. W. W, Z , P . Phone: 9327M Box 91 Game' 'Op Amos R. Strickler, Prop. COLUMBIA. PA. Sixty-n in America's Finest Boys' Shoes Salute . . . MOUNT JOY HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS iii GERBERICH-PAYNE SHOE COMPANY Mount .loy Paper Box Company INCORPORATED al' 'A' 'A' MOUNT jOY, PENNSYLVANIA SMITHS' GENERAL STORE FLORIN, PENNSYLVANIA Phone: Mt. joy 3-578i Groceries, Frozen Foods, Fresh and Luncheon Meats, Hardware Electrical Supplies, Household Goods, G-E Appliances, Dry Goods Wearing Apparel, Rubber Footwear, Hosiery, Baby's Needs Notions, Candies, Tobaccos, School Supplies. MEMBER OF LANGO FOOD STORES Allow Us the Pleasure of Serving You Gomplirnents of THE BULLETIN MOUNT jOY, PENNSYLVANIA Since l9Ol ,,, WWW-- .,. 7,,,,W, ,T,, Y Y fn, ,Y , W ,W Y L., Scwnly-0 . 1 I " I ,Au IN I .S 4 gl I I W -. 'A 5 4, I 7 Lu' -3 G ?YI.ua:n'rv . lN'rsLuul:Nc: ' C LIJB I' - .,yx?:5gljIf ' ' KlTTY'S DRESS SHOP MOUNT IOY, PENNSYLVANIA Phone: 3-6521 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 1954 C-RADUATING CLASS OF MT. IOY HIGH SCHOOL BUCHART ENGINEERING CORP. Architects and Engineers ALTOONA YORK LANCASTER S IJL W I E? awww' MOUNT IOY, PENNSYLVANIA S. H. HIESTAND and COMPANY SALUNCA, PENNSYLVANIA wif FEED GRAIN COAL Phone: Landisville 3221 S. NISSLEY GINGRICH Incorporated INSURANCE - BONDI NG Telephone: 8296 I2 SOUTH DUKE STREET LANCASTER, PA. 5 Ly ll It has been our pleasure to print THE T95-4 VOYAGER -nf Congratulations to the Class of '54 Zzteld' emew PRINTING CUMPANY y EIGHT WEST KING STREET UNCASTEN. PENNSYLVANIA ESTABLISHED l79A Water Systems Oil Burners Best Wishes to the H. S. MECKLEY fr SONS CLASS OF '54 'k 'k Plumbing and Heating ,, VAN'S SERVICENTER I5 W, Main sf. Phone: 3-5983 259 W- Main Sf- Mf- lov- Pa LINCOLN RESTAURANT COOPER BAKINC COMPANY Home Cooking and Sunday Dinners ,, 79 East Main St. Mt. joy, Pa. Clinton G. Eby, Distributor Scvcnt y-four B. TITUS RUTT INVESTMENTS - INSURANCE 85 E. Main St. iii' Phone: 3-69l I MOUNT IOY, PENNSYLVANIA KEPPEL'S, INC. 323-25-27-29 N. Queen St. LANCASTER, PA. Makers of Candies That Sell Because They Are Good Compliments of SLOAN'S PHARMACY THE Rem!! STORE 'A' Phone: 8214 Founded I897 Phone? 3-3001 Mount lov. Pa Congratulations A. C. MAYER IAMES B. HEILIG Chicks-Feed Funeral Director MOUNT IOY. PA. MOUNT IOY, PA. ly-fire "FAMOUS 3-MONTH TRIAL PROGRAM" ON ALL INSTRUMENTS Home of the Musical Stars: OLDS - KING - SELMER Band Instruments WFL Drums - Buffet Reeds EXPERT REPAIRINC ZESWITZ MUSIC HOUSE 806 PENN ST, READING, PA. "For Quality and Service at Its Best" Say It with SHOES RUHL'S FLOWERS A' Opp. High School MOUNT IOY COLUMBIA Phone: 3-6OOI FTD Member H. W. BULLER G' SONS House Painting - Paper Hanging ff ELI B. HOSTETTER PAINTS - WALLPAPER Caterer Phone: Mount joy 3-4339 FLORIN, PA. Delicious Dairy Products . . . for Over SO Years! S gp 1 Q If' L: MILK ICE CREAM G- SINCE 1898 SINCE 1904 Ng! S ty CARL B. DROHAN Building Supplies 0 Steel and Aluminum Windows 0 C-len Ciery Face Brick 0 Overhead Doors 0 Specialties MOUNT JOY R. D. 2 - PHONE: 3-6401 Compliments of IOHN F. HARSH ESTATE MOUNT IOY Wholesale Candy jobber FARMERS' CO-OPERATIVE , I46 East Walnut Street LANCASTER, PA. MOUNT JOY, PA. HOLLINGER OIL SERVICE ESHLEMAN BR?-'SHERS Clothing - Furnishings ATLANTIC ,, Heating Oils - Gasoline MOUNT JOY PA FLORIN, PA. S erving Mount joy and Community for 35 Years H. S. NEWCOMER Cv SON, INC. Moursir lov, PA. i' 'A' t Hardware - Farm Machinery RCA Television Sales and Service Sfzwvzly-Q GARBER OIL COMPANY Distributor: Texaco and C-oodrich 5 S. Barbara St. Dial 3-933l MOUNT jOY, PA. The Best Friend Your Car Has Ever Had AGED - CONVALESCENT - BED-RioDEN LANCASTER HELLER REST HOME Dining Room or Tray Service 60'ca"60'h' "The comfons of Home" 24-Hr. Nursing cafe Phone: Mt. joy 3-5549 E. MAIN ST FLORIN, PA. Compliments of I. B. KELLER Er BRO. KULP'S LUNCHEONETTE Cattle Dealers Cr NEWS AGENCY f MOUNT IOY, PA. l8 W. Main St. Phone: 3-9l8l Makers of Standard School Rings UNION EMBLEM COMPANY Felt Goods and Commencement Stationery PALMYRA, PENNSYLVANIA P. H. Nissley, Manager Srzivnly-vfglzt Compliments of Finest Dairy Products Elwood E, Martin, Distributor WAY'S APPLIANCES General Electric - Necchi 'A' 48 West Main St. Phone: 3-3622 MOUNT IOY, PA. REUBEN 1. cooDi.iNc Plastering Contractor ACOUSTICAL PLASTER - STUCCO 'A' Phone: Mt. joy 3-45I8 FLORIN, PA. Compliments of EB ERLE BEAUTY SHOPPE 89 East Main Street MOUNT IOY, PA. if Phone: 3-4I 22 MouN'r lov TILE cf LiNol.EuM co. Contract Installations 'A' Venetian Blinds-Formica Tops in the Color You Want Beautiful Tile Walls-at Low Cost! Plastic Wall Tile Phone: 3-3492 Mount joy, Pa. THE BACHMAN CHOCOLATE MANUFACTURING CO. OLD SOL BARS-Finest Milk Chocolate ATHLETE BARS Vitalized with Pure Dextrose, "The Muscle Sugar" "THE FINEST CHOCOLATE IN THE WORLD" Sf'z'c'r1Iy-rmzc GREY IRON CASTING CO. MOUNT 1oY, PA. Phone: Elizabethtown 374 RHEEMS GARAGE Risser C1 Raffensperger Allis-Chalmers Farm Machinery Cars-STUDEBAKER-Trucks RHEEMS, PA. Phone: Mount loy 3-9531 MATEER'S RESTAURANT ir Light Lunches Submarine Sandwiches FLORIN, PA. A. H. MUMMA HARDWARE FLORIN, PA. -A' Pittsburgh Paints - Duo-Therm Compliments of NEW STANDARD, INC. MoUNT lov, PA. WOLGEM UTH BROS., INC. Dealers "Blue Coal" - Feed - Grain 'A' FLORIN, PA. Phone: Mount joy 3-955l "Meet and Greet Your Friends at Murphy's" G. C. MURPHY CO. MOUNT 1oY, PA. "The Friendly Store" Phone: 3-6421 rg h I y Compliments of WOLGEMUTH, INC. l4 EAST MAIN ST. MOUNT IOY, PA. Electrical Appliances - Television Heating and Plumbing Electrical Contracting BROOKS' BARBER SHOP "Buy lt . . . You'll Like lt" Phone: 759-I D. S. BAUM Home-made Bologna - Dried Beef R. D. 3, ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. N E Y ' S TExAco sERvicE AND REPAIRING Marfax Lubrication - Washing Phone: Mt. joy 3-5l3I Compliments of GROFF'S FOOD STORE MARIETTA, PA. FLORIN, PA. PENNSYLVANIA Congratulations to the FARM BUREAU CLASS QF '54 CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION ' Quality Farm Bureau Products ROTARY CLUB MOUNT IOY, PA. FLORIN, PA. If I ylily-mm Compliments of KEENER HOME FURNISHINGS Furniture Floor Coverings - Appliances 15-31 Marietta Ave., Mount joy, Pa. TYPEWRITERS - ADDING MACHINES CALCULATORS - CASH REGISTERS CHECK WRITERS - RECORDERS SAFES - OFFICE FURNITURE 'A' 1. M. ENGLE 411 E. High St. Phone: 141 ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. Phone: 3-5601 Cash - Easy Terms MOUNT IOY ADAM H. GREER jeweler DEPARTMENT STORE DIAMONDS BY APPOINTMENT as 87 E. Main St. Phone: 3-4124 MOUNT lov, PA. Since 1876 THE MARIETTA TIMES Fine Quality Commercial Printing MOU NT IOY, PA. WARREN W. SNYDER Masonry Contractor i 414 Ridge Road ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. DOR-IAN BEAUTY STUDIO 48 E. Main St. Phone: 3-5981 MOU NT IOY, PA. H. B. IOHNSON General Hauling Mount joy, Pa. Phone: 3-9221 Iffgll I y-I tru SMITH DISTRIBUTOR 1 Compliments of N, Market Street Mt. joy, Pa. HOME PEUVERY I2 E. High si. 41 E. Main sf phone: Mt' loy 3'698l Eliiabethtown Mount joy Invest in EARL M' KAYLUR White Leghorn Chicks Barber Ill Lumber St. Phone: 3-5721 MOUNT jOY, PA. LEGHORN FARMS MOUNT 1oY, PA. Compliments of BECKER'S BREAD SERVICE Cr MANBECK'S BREAD SNYDER'S GARAGE General Auto Repairing MOUNT lov MILLS, INC. IZS Mount joy Street MOUNT IOY, PA. NED GARM ENT CO. 8 W. Main Street Phone: 3-69Ol MOUNT IOY, PA. Fh! Il Compliments of MARTIN'S 5 C7 10 1 91 East Main Street MOUNT jOY, PA. GEORGE W. LEAMAN MOUNT JOY, PA. 'A' Tires - Appliances BAKER'S DINER 'A' DINING ROOM We Cater to Banquets 1 Phone: E-town 9280-R KRALL'S MEAT MARKET r MOUNT lOY, PA. vlcToR 1. KOSER Dealer in Live Poultry ar Phone: 3-6331 R. D. i, MOUNT lov, PA. Get lt al' BO0TH'S FLORIN FOUNDRY MANUFACTURING COMPANY i' FLORIN, PA S H A T T O ' S lily-four HESS' FOOD STORES MOUNT lov - MASTERSONVILLE ir Phone: Mount joy 3-9194 Manheim 5-7811 M. K. ENTERLINE Mt. joy and Cherry Sts., Elizabethtown DODGE - PLYMOUTH CARS 'A' Dodge job-Rated Trucks Phone: Elizabethtown 425 Compliments of GAGER'S TAVERN SIMON P. NISSLEY MARY G. NISSLEY Funeral Directors FLORIN' PA' MOUNT jOY, PA. 5,NCLA,R IAY G. LINDEMUTH BALMER'S painting SERVICE STATION Interior - Exterior 130 E. Main St. Phone: 3-9651 i' MOUNT lov, PA. Phone: 3-5864 MOUNT IOY, PA. Phone: Elizabethtown 175 t 0. K. Snyder - O. K. Snyder, Ir. WENGER'S , ' FEED MILL, INC. Insure with O. K. All Ways i' if Coal - Feed - Cirain Telephone: 3-3331 Mount joy, Pa. Iiwllfjll 1'l' COURTESY QUALITY SERVICE Compliments of PAUL A. MARTIN General Construction MouNT 1oY, PA. H. S. RISSER MOTORS PONTIAC - OLDS - CADILLAC ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. I. ROY BRENEMAN 1. c. sNAvELY cf soNs, INC. i' Feed - Lumber - Millwork Building Supplies RALPH L. MYERS Cr SONS SALUNGA, PA. WELL DRILLERS Phone: Landisville 3l76 HEISEY CHICKS E. Musser Heisey Dealer in ALL KINDS or LIVESTOCK , Phone: 3-5256 Mr. joy R. D. 2 Phone: 3'992l Ml' IOY' Pa' SHENK BROS. 30-32 West King Street LANCASTER, PA. Compliments of RED ROSE DAIRY Eigli. I y-six GREINER'S FOOD STORE Choice Meats - Fresh Vegetables A FRIEND QUALITY GROCERIES Phone: 267 ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. IDA "Big Enough tohA:coLnmoda.tet and BEAUTY SHOPPE ma 'mg O "p'eC'a e Your Business" at 1 ROTH'S 65 W. Donegal St. Phone: 3-9294 MOUNT IOY, PA. FURNITURE STORE 206 S. Market St., Elizabethtown, Pa. Home-cooked Meals 'A' CLEARVIEW DINER 1 24-Hour Service Try Our Delicious Chicken Dinners NEW ADDITIONAL DINING ROOM S. F. ULRICH, INC. i' BUICK Sales - Service 'A' ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. LORAW-MURPHY AUTO SALES ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. Phone: 434-M FLORIN FARMS Quality Chicks it MOUNT IOY, R. D. I Efgh ly-seven ZERPHEY'S SICO SERVICE STATION LUBRICATIONS - CAR WASHING - VALVOLINE OIL - TIRES BATTERIES AND ACCESSORIES Dealer in Allentown Paint Products MOUNT IOY STREET - MOUNT IOY, PA. Open-Weekdays: 7 A.M. to 9 P.M. - Sundays: 8 A.M. to 4 P.M. E YOUF I:rOZer1 Food Center I't M t QUa'Y ea S MT. lov LOCKER PLANT Home-made Bologna - Smoked Hams Freezing Supplies - Frozen Foods Wholesale - Refail Ice Cream - Locker Service ELIZABETHTQWN, pp, SEXTON QUALITY FOODS PI'1Ol'1eZ Ridge Road R. 3 0. Compliments of General Insurance GARBER MOTOR COMPANY FORD - MERCURY COMPLETE FACILITIES School Accident Policy Claims Office Phone: 3-6891 Mt. joy, Pa. El-IZABETHTUWN, PA. LESTER E. 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