Stevens Trade High School - Stevensonian Yearbook (Lancaster, PA)
- Class of 1953
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This Volume of lhe Yearbook was published by
The Senior Class of The Thaddeus Slevens Trade School
"All The world's a sTage.
And all The men and women merely players:
They have Their exiTs and Their enTrances
And one man in his Time plays many parTs,
His acTs being seven ages"
"AS YOU LIKE IT"
The various secTions
Board oT DirecTors
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Thaddeus STevens was born aT Danville. VermonT.
April 4. I792. His TaTher. Joshua STevens. an unThriTTy
shoemaker. died or disappeared aT an undeTermined
::laTe. leaving The moTher. Sally llvlorilll STevens. and
her Tour sons in dire poverTy. ForTunaTely. she displayed
fine ideals, greaT indusTry. and especially sacrificed
To educaTe The youngesT child Thaddeus who was
lame and sickly Trom birTh.
His educaTion consisTed oT The classics and maThemaTics aT Peacham Academy. He laTer
graduaTed from DarTmouTh College and Then wenT To The UniversiTy oT VermonT. Leaving New
England. he came To Pennsylvania where he began Teaching school aT York. IT was here ThaT he
began To read law. Moving To GeTTysburg. he became a prominenT lawyer and a Congressman
HeadsTrong. diIigenT, and independenT. STevens desired greaT wealTh: buT. aT The same
Time. he developed a sTrong dislike Tor The arisTocracy or anyThing ThaT suggesTed class disTincTion
or special privilege. He also developed an inTense haTred of slavery and defended many run-
away slaves wiThouT charge. , 1
One oT Pennsylvania's mosT baTTling personaliTies. STevens was sTrongly liked and disliked.
To some, he was The "Old Commoner" or "GreaT Leveler" who ToughT Tor The poor. The'
oppressed. and The underprivileged. By oThers. he was held in conTempT. Shrewdly. he climbed
To power by supporTing The issues which were popular wiTh The ordinary voTers OT his day.
Having rare parliamenTary TalenTs, he was well-read. quick Thinking. indomiTably courageous.
masTerTul in speaking. and deadly in argumenT. His hearTless humor and nimble wiT made him
almosT invincible on The Tloor. His privaTe liTe was Tar Trom sane, Tor gambling was one OT
his habiTual vices. STill. his sTrong spiriT. Terrible earnesTness. gay resourceTulness. and Tine inTellec-
Tual powers, always inspired respecT. Had Tolerance and nobiliTy been added To his characTer.
he mighT have been a brilIianT insTead of a sinisTer Tigure in American hisTory.
Thaddeus STevens died on AugusT ll. IS68. in WashingTon. Since he never married. his
housekeeper and his nephew were The only persons aT his bedside. His burial place is in Lan-
casTer. Pennsylvania. in Shreiner's CemeTery open To all persons wiThouT regard Tor race. creed.
The TombsTone inscripTion wriTTen by STevens himselT:
"I repose in This quieT and secluded spoT. noT Trom any naTural preference Tor soliTude. buT Tind-
ing oTher cemeTeries limiTed by characTer rules To race. l have chosen This ThaT I mighT illusTraTe
in deaTh The principles which I advocaTed Through a lone liTe. 'EqualiTy of man before his
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"The GreaT Commoner." "FaTher of The Public School SysTem oT Pennsylvania." Thaddeus
STevens willed The bulk oT his esTaTe Tor The esTablishmenT oT a Trade school Tor orphaned and
needy boys regardless oT race. creed. or color,
WiTh The assisTance oT The CommonwealTh of Pennsylvania, Through The LegislaTive AcT oT
May ll. I905, and The provisions of his will. The Thaddeus STevens Trade School was Tounded
in I905. ThaT year under The supervision oT a commission composed oT Messrs. Charles I. Landis
lChairmanl, John B. WarTel. Amos M. Cline. l-lenry S. Williamson. and Harry L. TrouT-appoinT-
ed by Governor Samuel W. Pennypacicer-. The adminisTraTion building. "A" and "B" coTTages.
and The power house were erecTed and Turnished wiTh The proper TaciliTies.
The TirsT shop building was builT and vocaTional Trade Training began on OcTober I. l909.
This building now houses The balce, brick. carpenTer, and elecTronics shops. LaTer. wiTh Tunds
provided by The CommonwealTh. in l93O, The Third coTTage was erecTed: and by I938. The
g mnasium was compleTed under The supervision oT The General STaTe AuThoriTy. As The number
oil deserving sTudenTs increased. more TaciliTies were needed: so in I949. a new shop building
was added. In iT are The Tollowing shops: auTomoTive. elecTrical. machine. and prinTing. To
house more residenT sTudenTs. Two addiTional coTTages were added in l95l and I952, Now The
dormiTory capaciTy is abouT 302 boys.
The following men have served as SuperinTendenTs oT This school:
Mr. OTTO RanTz, The TirsT SuperinTendenT T909
Mr. William Mellor I9IO-l923
Mr. William Bourne. paTTern-making insTrucTor I'-724-I933
Mr. William Brock I934-T937
Mr. WalTer Arnold 1938-I94l
Mr. John C. STauTTer. formerly insTrucTor. coach I942-
OT The 880 graduaTes To daTe Trom STevens Trade School, almosT halT or 430 boys have
graduaTed here under The superinTendency oT Mr. John C. STauTTer. PracTically all of These sTu-
denTs. aside Trom Those in The Armed Forces. have become esTablished as skilled Tradesmen. A
Tine TribuTe To This school!
The TirsT class oT 23 boys was graduaTed in l9I3. buT The Class oT I953 will be The largesT in
The hisTory of The school wiTh 47 boys geTTing ready To receive Their diplomas in June.
Through The provisions oT The will oT Thaddeus STevens and The generosiTy oT The Common-
wealTh oT Pennsylvania, The Thaddeus STevens Trade School is a living memorial To The Teachings
and beliefs of "The GreaT Commoner."
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To lhe BOYS ol STEVENS TRADE in SERVICE
Those who have lefl our halls during l952-53 lo serve on lhe land, on and under +he sea,
and in The air: whelher you be slalioned in conlinenral U.S.A., Alaska, Canal Zone, Hawaii,
Japanese possessions: lighling in Korea, palrolling lhe uneasy boundaries along The Iron
Curlain in Europe: or experiencing lhe rigors of Greenland-we lervenlly pray lhar God may
spare your lives so fha? you may rerurn 'ro enjoy lhe pursuils of Peace.
We, THE STEVENSONIAN Slaff along wilh +he Facully and Sludenls, dedicale This book
Dr. Francis B. Haas, ex officio
Superinlenclenl' ol Public lns+rucfion
Mr. Ches+er M. Woolworih, Presiolenl
Animal Trap Co. of America
Mr. William lx, Vice-Presidenl
Frank lx 84 Sons
Mr. Theodore Ayres, Secrelary 84 Treasurer
Rice 84 Weidman
Mr. L. B. Bond Mr. S. E. Dylce
Chris+iana Machine Co. Hershey Machine 84 Foundry Co
Mr. Calvin M. Kenclig Mr. B. W. LuH'enberger
l-lamillon Walch Co. U.S. Asbeslos Division
Mr. C. J. Backs+rand Mrs. Elizabe'rh B. Sfine
Armslrong Corlc Co.
Mr. John C. Sfauffer, Superinlendenl
Mr. Wayne V. Sfrasbaugh, Ass'l. Superinlenclem
MR. WAYNE V. STRASBAUGH
MR. JOHN C. STAUFFER
ogooiotanto to Cproclucero
MR. RALPH KRAFT
Advisor: Sfudenf Council
MR. HAROLD MCCURDY
Dean of Men
Leif +o righ+: Isf Row: Mrs. Orella Ru+herford, Mrs. Doroihy HoH'z.
2nd Row: Mrs. Virginia Brown, Mrs. Ru+h Sfacei.
Mr. George W. Lewis
Mr. AH'on Auchenbach Mr. Richard V. Bevilacqua
Machine Shop Pracfice Head Coach: Foolball. Baslcelball
Eclucalional CommiH'ee l-leallll' Physlcal Ed'
Years al' S.T.S. - 7 Years ai' S.T.S. - 7
Hobby: Playing piano Hobby: All Sporis
Saying: "Crimina+ies" Saying: "Le+'s see some blood."
Mr. George Brody Mr. Carl F. Croessanf
English Machine Shop Praciice
Advisor: "The CraHsman" Discipline Commifiee
Supervisor of Library Fire Chief
Years ai S.T.S. - 3 Years a'r S.'l'.S. - I3
l-lobbies: Reading, Arhlelics l-lobbies: Shooiing. Fishing
Saying: "O.K. Men." Saying: "Think you can save Hz"
Mr. J. Landis Denlinger
Years af S.T.S. - I5
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Mr. John M. Denuel
Archifeclural 84 Mechanical Draffing
Years al S.T.S. - 7
O Y O mg l Hobby: Boy Scoul Work
Saying: "O.K. Sonny Boy. le+'s go.'
Saying: "HH lhe board."
Mr. Leon A. DeVoy
Firsf Year af S.T.S.
Saying: "Jus+ anofher day.'
Mr. Paul J. Evancoe
Advisor: "The Sfevensonianu
Chairman: Weekly Programs
Firsr Year ai S.T.S.
Hobbies: Travel, Reading, Public Speaking
Saying: "Wi+h your infelligence and looks."
Mr. Michael R. Fiorill Mr. Eugene Graff
Prinfing Hisfory. Safely Xi Firsr Aid. Physical Ed
Advisor: Sophomore Class Asst Coach: Eoofball. Baslcelball
Years af S.T.S. - 5 Firsl Year ai S.T.S.
Hobby: Making Money Hobbies: Sporis
Saying: "Cheese N' crackers. 'rhafs lousy." Saying: "Jazz 'em up,"
Mr. James H. Harhell Mr, Prosper Hill
Social Sludies, Business Ed. M6+l-yemaficsl Higfory
Direclor of Audio-Visual Ed. ASS-yt Coach: Foofballl Track
School ACCOmPaniS+ Firsl Year al S.T.S.
Years al S-T-Sb - 26 Hobbies: Foolball, Track, Swimming, Skiing
Hobbies: Music, Travel. Fishing. Gardening. Saying: "All rgghf now."
Saying: O.K. Leis see. Where was I?"
Mr. Theodore J. Hirsch
Blue Prinf Reading
Years ai' S.T.S. - 25
Saying: "Now, see."
Mr. Donald W. Jones
Maihemafics. Relaiecl Drawing
Assi. Fooiball Coach
Years ai S.T.S. - 4
Mr. J. Ernesi' Hower
Facuhky A+hle+ics Mgr.
Years a'r S.T.S. - 8
Hobbies: Fishing, Huniing
Saying: "Tough 'rirnes malqe 'rough people
Mr. James Maurey
Science, Physical Ed.
Head Coach: Wresiling
Assi. Coach: Fooiball
Firsi Year ai' S.T.S.
Hobbies: Archery, Hunfing
Saying: "Man, Oh. Man!"
Mr. Charles R. Reber Mr, Reuel R, Rupp
Years Gi S-T-S - 2 Firsi' Year al' S.T.S.
Hobby: Oil Painfinq I-lobby: EIec+rici+y
Saying: "Lei your head save your heels." Saying: "TQ work, boys."
Mr. Roberl' P. Schullz Mr. Henry F. Wagner
Head Track Coach Senior Class Advisor
Years ai S.T.S. - 5 Years ai S.T.S. -- 7
Hobby: Waiching Aihlelic Evenis Hobbies: Archery, Huniing. Fishing
Saying: "O.K.. you birds." Saying: "Hey, Kid."
Mr. Fred Wilds
Trees. of A1'l1le+ic Associafion
Years af S.T.S. - 2
Saying: "When you loaf, loaf in+elligen'rly."
Mr. S. Ar+hur Weicksel
Years ai S.T.S. -- 7
Hobbies: Plwofograplwy, Radio. T.V.
Saying: "Le'r's gel on +l'1a'r sor+ of fhing
Mr. Samuel Wrigirl'
Music: Band, Glee Club
Years af S.T.S. - 6
Saying: "Snap if up."
Senior Qlaoo Qfgicero
Larry Davis William Hassan
Richard Levancluslcy Lowell Graver
Donald Adams Lancasfer. Pa. i
Slarring as - Elecfrician
Fealured in -- Cheerleading 3, 4.
Off Slage Personalify - A spiriied cheerleader -
can be seen driving a Ford - good for a few
Grealesf Desire - Become a disc jockey.
Punch Line - "You're kidding."
James W. Behler Lehighifon, Pa,
Sfarring as - Carpenfer
Feelured in - Fooiball 2. 3, 4: Yearbook 4
Off Sfage Personalify - Lighl buf rough -Terrific
sporlsman - loves hunling and fishing - handy
wi+h hammer and nails - quiei unfil one knows
him -- happy and easy going.
Grea+es+ Desire - Live a happy. successful life.
Punch Line - "Thar hue?"
Gerald H. Borh Alleniown, Pa.
Sfarring as - Archiieciural Draflsman
Feafured in - Sfudem' Council 2. 3. 4 - Yearbook
Edi+or 4 -- Newspaper 3. 4 - Varsily Baskelball
2. 3. 4 -J.V. Fooiball 2.
Off Siege Personalify - Talen+ed and shrewd -
excelleni' compefilor - fall, wi'rh a crew cui -
al home on ihe baskelball couri' - old reliable.
Greaiesl Desire - Gel more educafionz Then marry.
Punch Line - "Tha+'s no good."
James F. Brucker Lehighfon, Pa.
Sfarring as - Aufo Mechanic
Feafured in - Band 2. 3. 4
Off Sfage Personalify - Quief buf indusfrious - a
good man wifh 'rhe saxaphone - sure knows his
Greafesf Desire - To Fly.
Punch Line - "Wal now."
Elfon E. Chrisfman Kunklefown, Pa.
Sfarring as - Machinisf
Feafured in - Yearbook 4
Off Sfage Personalify - An ardenf follower of sfock
car racing - cheerful personalify - jolly joker --
greaf oufdoor man.
Greafesf Desire - To build a hof rod.
Punch Line - "Hello, peasanfslu
John l. Clifford Germanfown, Pa.
Sfarring as - Elecfrician
Off Sfage Personalify - Always ready fo work -
quief buf aggressive - always grinning -
courfeous - affable.
Greafesf Desire - To marry.
Punch Line - "Oh! I don'f know."
Clair L. Crisl' Seven Valleys, Pa.
Sfarring as - Carpenfer
Off Sfage Personalify - Easy, - friendly grin and no
worries - likes fo laugh while ofhers fell fhe jokes
-- fhough very quife. his presence is very noficeable.
Greafesf Desire - To plow fhe sfraighfesf furrow in
Punch Line - "Ya gof me."
Larry R. Davis Spring Cify. Pa
Sfarring as - Mechanical Draffsman
Feafured in - Yearbook 4 -- class officer -
Presidenf 3, 4 - Foofball 2, 3, 4 - ..l.V. Baslcefball
Off Sfage Personalify - Jolly - reliable - serious
when working - excellenf sporfsman - sfudenf
leader - ready fo help.
Grefesf Desire - Gef engineer's degree and seffle
Punch Line - "No kidding Dick Tracy."
William R. Davis Bloomsburg, Pa.
Sfarring as - Bricklayer
Feafured in - Sfudenf Council 2, -- J.V. Baskefball 2.
Off Sfage Personalify - Quief and shy - good
worker - foo offen hides his falenfs - likes
loaskefball and baseloall.
Greafesf Desire - To become a fop mason, and marry.
Punch Line - "Have a sfick of gum."
Calvin Englehari Reading, Pa.
Slarring as - Bricklayer
Fealured in - Class officer - Secrelary ancl
Off Sfage Personalily - ls much more acrive fhan he
appears +o be - likes people - has many friends
Creafesl Desire - To be a confracror.
Punch Line - "He don'+ 'feed me."
Edward V. Fanelli Shenandoah. Pa.
Sfarring as - Carpenler
Fealured in - Band 2.3.4
Off Slage Personalify - Spike has earned The lille of
Mr. Rylhm af S.T.S. - grear slory Teller - always
in a hurry -- likes hof rods.
Grea+es+ Desire - To ear Through a mounlain of pizza.
Punch Line - "Aw, c'mon now!."
James R. Fields Dudley. Pa.
Slarring as -- Elecfrician
Off Sfage Personalify - An Army Reserve man -
earnesf a+ work or play - enioys a good game of
ping pong - has iniralive.
Grearesl Desire - To be successful. and marry.
Punch Line - "Now look here. son."
Glenn Gordon McConnellsburg, Pa.
Siarring as - Bricklayer
Feafured in -- J.V. Foolball 2. 3, 4 - Yearbook 4 -
Off Sfage Personaliiy - Jolly and happy - Terrific
smile - hard, worker - prospecrive husband -
likes all sporfs - mischievous.
Greaiesl' Desire - To make a million dollars.
Punch Line - "Le+'s go fo Glen-Nell Horel."
Lowell W. Graver Aquashicola, Pa
Sfarring as - Aufo Mechanic
Feafured in - Class officer - Treasurer 3. 4.
Off Srage Personaliry - Quief buf efficienl -
dependable - good narured - experf mechanic.
Greafesr Desire -- To gef married.
Punch Line - "Now. now."
Carl G. Gross Lehighfon. Pa.
Sfarring as - Machinisl'
Feafured in - Yearbook 4 - Band 2. 3 - J.V.
Foofball 2, 3 - Varsify Foofball 4.
Off Srage Personalily - An admirer oi' oufdoor sporls
can be found ar Souih Third Sfreer in Lehighion -
should make good in big Hme baseball as a cafcher.
Greafesf Desire - To go To Alaska.
Punch Line - "Don"r ge? carried away."
Mefro Halupa Frackville, Pa.
Sfarring as - Machinisf
Off Sfage Personalify - Likes lwunling and dancing -
fancies redheads - quife flue pigeon frapper.
Greafesf Desire - To be a fop maclwinisf.
Puncl'1 Line - "Lef's go fo Pine Grove."
William J. Hassan DuBois. Pa.
Sfarring as - Elecfrician
Feafured in - Class Officer - Vice Presidenf 2, 3. 4
Foofball 2, 3, 4 - Track 2. 3. 4.
Off Sfage Personalify - A frue friend fo all - always
willing fo lend a hand - a bif bashful - knows
Frackville preffy well - iusf one swell guy.
Greafesf Desire - To be a success.
Puncln Line - 'Wl1ere's Smiffy?"
quief flwaf lie'd raflwer wrife lnumor fl1an speak if -
sharp wiflrn flwe books. buf you'd never guess if.
Greafesf Desire - To become an elecfrical engineer.
Punch Line - "l ain'f gof some."
Duane Hinds Waymarf. Pa
Sfarring as - Elecfrician
Off Sfage Personalify - Possesses impisl1 lwumor - so
Leonard Kovach Brockfon, Pa.
Sfarring as - Elecfrician
Off Siege Personaliry - Fufure life. Navy - baseball
fan - likes lo hunf - quiel around girls unfil he
knows +hem - feased aboul Too'rsie.
Grea+es'r Desire - To see lhe world on Uncle Sam. and
make good in 'rhe elecfrical field.
Punch Line - "Shaddup, or you will walk."
Charles R. Krapf Tamaqua, Pa
Siarring as - Elecfrician
Fesafured in - S'ruden+ Council 3, 4 -- Foofball 2. 3.
4 - Wresfling 2, 3, 4 - Track 2. 3.4.
Off Sfage Personalify - Talkafive - never oufspoken
aggressive grappler - builf low +0 lhe ground. buf
Greafesf Desire- To own his own elecfrical shop.
Punch Line -- "Wan'r 'ro do somelhing aboui if?"
Roberl' F. Krell Tamaqua. Pa.
Sfarring as - Prinfer
Feafured in - Yearbook 4
Off Sfage Personalify - Pleasanl +o know - ponders
deeply - smiles easily - loves prinfing and can
Talk endlessly abouf if.
Greafesf Desire - To be Tamaqua's bes'r prinfer.
Punch Line - "Who go? me pencil?"
George R. Leibig
Slarring as - Bricklayer
Fearured in -- J.V. Baskerball 2.
Off Srage Personaliry - A good
greal dancer - likes iazz.
Grearesr Desire - To ger married.
Punch Line - "Hey Buzz."
Harry L. Kuchka Berwick, Pa.
Siarring as - Bricklayer
Fearured in - Foorball 2. 3. 4.
Off Sfage Personaliry - Arhleric 'fellow wirh big ideas
-- always ready 'ro argue own ipoinr -- a furure
husband - a pool shark.
Grearesr Desire - To be a successful mason conlracror.
Punch Line - "Nor prefecr again!"
man wirh darrs -
Richard S. Levandusky Palmerron. Pa.
Srarring as - Prinrer
Fearured in - Yearbook 4 - Newspaper 4 - Class
Officer - Secrerary 3. 4.
Off Srage Personaliry - An ambirious and indusrrious
fellow - pleasanr personaliry -- pracrical ioker -
seldom wirhoul' a beaming smile - looks for The
Grearesr Desire - To own his own prinr shop.
Punch Line - "O.K. Swell."
Allen E. McDonald Clearfield, Pa.
Slarring as - Eleclrician
Fealured in - Class Officer - Treasurer 2 -
Foolball 2. 3, 4. - Wreslling 2. 3, 4. - Track
Off Slage Personalily - Well builf physique - sharp
dresser - popular wilh lhe males and females -
pranksler wilh Ernie - nalural alhlele.
Grealesl Desire - To have a loig family, and a farm
of his own.
Punch Line - "Yea, yea! We don'+ have much money i
bul we sure have fun.
Don Morrison Camp Hill. Pa
Slarring as - Carpenler
Off Slage Personalily - A Naval Reserve man - o
luilion sludenl - likes lo lravel.
Grealesl Desire - To be a successful conlracfor.
Punch Line - "Way 'ro go!"
Charles C. Nelson OXl0FCl- Pa-
Slarring as - Aulo Mechanic
Fealured in - Fire squad - Assislanl Chief 3. Chief
4 - Yearbook 4.
Off Slage Personalily - A Ford man -- likes hor
rods - lives for week-ends - really can handle a
Grealesl' Desire - To marry Anna Mae and have nine
Punch Line - "l-ley. Seke. lel's go lo Oxford."
Ernesl' V. Pachillis Middleporf, Pa.
Sfarring as - Elecfrician
Feafured in - Class Officer - Presidenf 2 -
Foofball 2, 3, 4 - Track 2, 3. 4.
Cff Sfage Personalify - Sporfsman deluxe - good
"end" and pifcher - shy around girls - always
willing fo pifch in.
Greafesf Desire -- To be a success and seffle down.
Punch Line - "Whaf's your ad?"
Frease A. Raverf, Jr. Palmerfon. Pa.
Sfarring as - Machinisf
Feafured in - Glee Club - Newspaper 2, 3, 4 -
Press Club 4.
Off Sfage Personalify - Classical is fhe word - if if's
classical music or classical liferafure. Frease eafs if
up - has a surprisingly good voice - loves
Greafesf Desire - To sing in fhe Mef.
Punch Line - "I'lI prove if fo you." ,
Duane Reifz Royersfown. Pa.
Sfarring as - Carpenfer
Feafured in - Band 2, 3. 4 - Newspaper 4 -Press
Off Sfage Personalify - Calm assurance - big plans
for a greaf fufure - always knows where he's
headed - never loses sighf of his goals - neaf --
infelligenf - friendly.
Greafesf Desire -- To own a nice Cadillac converfible.
' Punch Line - "Whaf say. fellas?"
Harold Rinker Tamaqua, Pa,
Sfarring as - Machinisi
Feafured in - Band 2, 3, 4.
Off Sfage Personalify - Second Les Paul - likes Red
Foley - likes fo hunf and fish - favorile subject
Greafesf Desire - To become a fool and die maker.
Punch Line - "Ch nol. Nor Wednesday nighr, Hop.
Joseph Rogal Haslings. Pa.
Srarring as - Aulo Mechanic
Feafured in - Band I, 2, 3. 4 - Glee Club 2. 3.4 -
Newspaper I. 2. 3. 4 - Press Club 4.
Off Slage Personalily - Has courage of his convic+ions
- is unmoved by opinions - ambifious - nafural
business man - devofes much Time To Boy Scou'r
Greaiesi Desire - To be a band leader.
punch Line - "Wise up."
George F. Schimmel TODWLOU- Pa-
S+arring as - Elecfrician
Feaiured in - Cheerleader 3. 4 - Newspaper 2. 3. 4
-J.V. Foolball 3.
Off Slage Personaliiy -- Easy going fellow - acfive -
never dodges work - his fufure is in his voice -
ra'rher +alk 'rhan ea'r - always cooperafive -
serious minded - ambiiious.
Greaiesi Desire - To be a polifician.
Punch Line - "Wa'rch Kid, or I'lI blas'r you!"
James Schrader Lancasfer. Pa.
Sfarring as - Elecfrician
Feafured in- Glee Club 3. 4 - Class Officer I.
Off Sfage Personalify - All fhe fun you could aslc for-
never a dull momenf -- sees humor in any sifuafion
likeable - pleasanf appearance - many friends.
Greafesf Desire -- To drive a big Cadillac.
Punch Line - "Have fo call Joe."
John F. Schriver New Oxford, Pa.
Sfarring as - Briclclayer
Feafured in - J.V. Foofball 2 - J.V. Baslcefball 2.
Off Sfaqe Personalify - Baslcefball enfhusiasf - full of
pep - has a hilarious cackle -- drives a model
Greafesf Desire -- To become a successful bricklayer.
Punch Line - "Wow! Did you see Thai?"
famous sporfsmen Bill Mllcvy and Elmer Valo -
sporfs a Reserve sailor suif.
Punch Line -- I don'f care."
Nicholas J. Scrip Palmerfon. Pa.
Sfarring as - Machinisf
Feafurecl in - Glee Club 4.
Off Sfage Personalify - Diligenf worlcer -- follows
Greafesf Desire - To become a golf "pro" down soufh.
Here we are. The graduaTing class of '53. When we enTered The Thaddeus Sfevens Trade
School on SepTember IO. I949. we had only sevenTeen members. AT our firsT class meefing wiTh
Mr. Harold Grannas, as advisor, The following officers were elecTed: i
Presidenf - James Schreder
Vice Presidenf - Clair CrisT
SecreTary-Treasurer - Calvin EngleharT
As green and inexperienced freshmen we learned our lessons and progressed To The poinT
where we held our firsT social evenT, The Spring Dance. This was our firsT success and we were off
To a flying sTarT.
ln Sepfember of l95O, The addiTion of new sTudenTs broughf our class enrollmenT To sevenTy-
five. BursTing wiTh energy and pride. we engaged in The various exfra-curricular acTiviTies and
soon won The respecf of The upper classman.
Our Sophomore Officers were:
Presidenf - ErnesT Pachillis
Vice PresidenT - William Hassan
SecreTary - Harry Kuchlca
Treasurer - Allen McDonald
STudenT Council -- Gerald Borfz. William Davis
We became kniTTed inTo a harmonious group and progressed rapidly under The capable
leadership of our insTrucTors. Many were our hopes! Greaf Things were expecTed of us. We Tried
desperafely To live up To These expecTaTions. The highlighTs of This year were a fooTball Team
defeaTed only once. a splendid Field Day. and, of course, our only social funcfion: 'The SainT
PaTriclc's Day Dance" of March IO, I95I.
In Sepfember, l95I, we reTurned as Juniors wiTh advanced age and experience. We were
more concious of our responsibilifies and privileges. Our class enrollmenT decreased from sevenfy-
five To fiffy-Three because several of our classmaTes joined The Armed Services. Again officers
were elecTed in our Junior Year. These were:
PresidenT - Larry Davis
Vice Presidenf - William Hassan
Secrefary - Richard Levandusky
Treasurer - Lowell Graver
STudenT Council - Gerald BorTz. Charles Krapf
lncidenTally, aT This poinT our Treasury was suffering from malnuTriTion! The evenTs high-lighT-
ing This year were good fooTball and baskefball squads. an undefeaTecl Track season. and Allen
McDonald's championship wresTling performance aT The Lehigh UniversiTy Prep School Tourna-
menT. Then, Two social evenTs. The firsT a dance held The evening of our "Annual Homecoming
Day": The second was The annual "Junior-Senior Prom" on May I7. l952. The aroma of lilacs
and cuT flowers in The elaboraTe decorafions, plus The dainTy perfumes of our female parTners
made This evening a memorable one.
Here we are, Seniors, in l953! Our goals are now wifhin our grasp. We look forward To
The fuTure, filled wiTh inspiraTion and enThusiasm for our work in The ouTside world. These school
grounds have Taken on The romances of pasT experiences and The dreams of fuTure accomplish-
menTs. We have high hopes for our fuTures in spiTe of miliTary inducTions facing mosT of us.
For our final year aT Sfevens. we elecfed These officers To sTeady us Through our Senior year:
PresidenT - Larry Davis
Vice PresidenT - William l-lassan
SecreTary - Richard Levandusky
Treasurer - Lowell Graver
STudenT Council - Gerald BorTz. Charles Krapf
Our social funcTions for This year were The Chrisfmas Dance held on December I2, I952: The
Junior-Senior Prom held on May I6. l953: and of course. The class Trip To New York. The high-
lighTs of The year were our unbeaTen wresTling Team. a fooTball Team only once beaTen, and Those
inTramural conTesTs ThaT spiced The fruiTs of vicTory.
Though The world siTuaTion is unseTTled, we know ThaT iT can be improved Toward The ulTi-
maTe goals like The broTherhood of man if each of us is willing To sacrifice a parT of his sTrengTh.
his wealTh. and his happiness for The welfare of oThers. So. wiTh These ThoughTs. we The graduaTing
class of l953. say in all sinceriTy. "Good bye. good luck. and God bless us all."
ye Cmoot fleonoralvle Qlaoo Cwill
l-lear Ye: l'lear Ye: l-lear Ye:
We, The ouTsTanding and diligenT class of I953. aTTer being subjecTed To The severesl' menTal
and physical sTrains bearing The TiTles: D.D.S.. Ph.D.. M.D., LL.D.. Mary D., P.D.Q., Q.E.D.. L.S.-
M.F.T., and B.O., do hereby declare. deliver. reciTe, reporT, relaTe, proclaim. dedicaTe. offer.
pronounce. and oTherwise uTTer our lasT will and TesTamenT on This day oT June, I953 A.D., A.M..
from The halls of our Alma MaTer. our TaiThTul STS.. locaTed aT The end of EasT End Avenue in
The Thriving meTropolis oT LancasTer. Penne.. which lies aT The iuncTion of RouTe 30 and The
ConesToga Creek. bounded by The CounTy Prison. ShanTyTown. ConesToga Cafe. Merkley's Serv-
ice wiTh a Smile, and oTher local land marks.
Our only demand is ThaT we be laid away To resT in uTmosT reverence and decorum in our
wooden boxes-Thanks To Mr. Wagner, oTTicial caskeT maker. wiTh a TV seT To pass away The long
winTer evenings in The happy hunTing ground oT The hereaTTer. As Tor any debTs. noTes. and l.O.
U.'s, we now dispose. dispel. disperse. dissipaTe, discard. dispense. disTribuTe. or oTherwise geT rid
of in The Tollowing manner:
lTem I. To "Boiler House" Gaul and his TrusTworThy assisTanTs like "Keep 'em repaired" John-
son, we bequeaTh a year's supply of humble sTudenTs Tor SaTurdays Through The courTesy of The
Parole Board. whose judge and iury consisTs oT The Tollowing: "Eagle-Eye" CroessanT. "The Shad-
ow" SchulTz. "Dick Tracy" Denuel. "LighT FooT" HeTTner, "Sam Spade" Hower. and The greaT
"Sherlock Holmes" KraTT.
lTem ll. To The "sharks" oT "Aby" Rogal's canTeen. we bequeaTh a copy of one of The besT sellers
"The LiTTle WhiTe Cue Takes a Tip". or "Ten Easy Lessons l-low To ScraTch". or "Show-Me-A
ShoT-I-Can'T-Make" wriTTen by The noTed experTs. "Sure-ShoT" Shumski. "Never-Miss" Kovach,
and "ScraTch" STehman.
lTem III. To The up-and-coming sTudenTs, The boys in Room 4 oT CoTTage "C" will supply aT
low cosT, a ToolprooT meThod oT "disappearing" aTTer lO:OO p.m. and evading "NigTh-beaT"
lTem IV. To Mr. Auchenbach and Mr. Fiorill. we ioinTly bequeaTh. because of a Tie, Gundar
"The Wonder". Haegg's "l-low To Run A Mile In Four MinuTes". or "Who Will Be The FirsT To
LighT Up AT Four"?
lTem V. To Professor "Tiny" WrighT, we give, granT, besTow. confer. yield. imparT, presenT, cede.
surrender. relinquish, or oTherwise leT him have The secreT oT The success oT The "Kornkobblers"
Tor which he has been sTriving Tor The lasT Ten years.
ITem VI. To Mr. "Livewire" Wilds and Mr. "TV" Weicksel, we bequeaTh one auTomaTic "Tool-
boy" who can Turnish The shop sTudenTs wiTh everyThing Trom annunciaTor wire To boTTled
ITem VII. To "Dr. Jekyll" I-lower, our super-chem insTrucTor, we bequeaTh The use of our bodies
as guinea pigs Tor his experimenTaTions in discovering The cause of The disease, "No-STudy-iTis."
Also To The aToremenTioned,we wish To presenT Tour years' renewal subscripTion To The "The
Mad ScienTisT" wriTTen by FrankensTein and Wolfman.
ITem VIII. To Mr. "Armchair General" HarTzell, one auTomaTic window To open aT his given
ITem IX. To Mr. "Slide-rule" I-lill, one aTomic-powered car To prevenT The embarrassmenT oT
running ouT oT gas while Taking his week-end Trips To New York.
ITem X. To Dave Myers, we bequeaTh one Tamily-size boTTle oT ThaT world Tamous "Kill or Cure"
ITem XI. To The kiTchen sTaTT, headed by Miss Bick, we leave The excellenT Table manners of us
Seniors Tor emulaTion by The underclassrnanl Aheml And To "I-lard BiscuiT" Reber Those deli-
cious smells ThaT make us hungrier.
ITem XII. To Mr. Wayne V. STrasbaugh, one package oi sour apple seeds To grow more Trees
To hang more S.T.S. vicTories.
ITem XIII. To The coaching sTaTT, we leave our personal auTographed books oT The greaTesT
aThleTes oT The world such as: "Ally Oop", "Joe Palookan, "Ozark Ike", "Flash Gordon", "K.O.
Kelly", and "Sagebrush Sal."
ITem XIV. To Mr. Wagner, we give a seT oT LuTkin's newesT measuring insTrumenTs which will
eliminaTe The use oT his "guessing sTick."
ITem XV. To Mr. "Pappy" I-lirsch, we give one yachT Tor his Trips on The "see."
ITem XVI. To our "Dearly Beloved" MaTrons, we bequeaTh, now ThaT we are leaving, The laIesT
radar equipmenT To know The whereabouTs of The boys.
ITem XVII. To "Boss" Denlinger, we leave a suiT oT armor To proTecT him Trom Tlying brick,
rnorTar, Trowels, and oTher shrapnel.
ITem XVIII. For Mr. Brody, we insTall a direcT hook-up To The wires oT U.P., A.P., l.N.S., D.P..
U.C., and 5.0.5. so ThaT he will have ample news Tor each issue of The CraTTsman.
ITem XIX. To Mr. "Panama" Evancoe, we give an album oT recordings of book reporTs of famous
books so ThaT he will no longer have To ask sTudenTs To read books and reporT on Them.
ITem XX. To Mr. DeVoy, we give The laTesT insTrumenT ThaT will Take smoke ouT oT coTTer keys.
We pledge, on our honor, ThaT The preceding Will shall. To The besT of our knowledge. be
binding on all Those involved. However. may iT be known ThaT any characTers menTioned in This
documenT are purely TicTiTious and any resemblance To anyThing human is purely coincidenTal.
Signed, sealed, and wiTnessed in The presence oT The Tollowing:
NoTary Public Tennessee Bill
U. R. Hunsicker Dollar Bill
R. U. NoThsTein Unpaid Bill
Upon enTering This shop under The supervision and insTrucTion oT Mr. Leon De Voy, The new
sTudenTs are given job-she-eTs which are divided inTo Tour parTs:
ParT I - Engine
ParT 2 - Fuel and Elecjrrical Sy5Tem
ParT 3 - The Power Flow
ParT 4 - Chassis
While working on These job-sheeTs, The sTudenTs aTTend regular classes in auTomoTive Theory.
Upon c:ompleTion oT These iob sheeTs, The boys are puT on "live" worlc Tor The remainder oT The
Time. The abiliTy and inTeresT oT The sTudenT deTermine The raTe oT his progress. NaTurally. The
"Boss" is always around To advise, aid. inspecT, and approve The eTTorTs oT his crews as They Tear
down, replace, repair, or improve The rambling wreclcs oT Their Triends and The chugging vehicles
oT The TaculTy.
Everyone Takes pride in The TacT ThaT The Bake Shop is one OT The mosT modern and besT
equipped school bakeries in This ComrnonwealTh.
Besides Teaching his I6 sTudenTs The rudimenTs oT The Trade, Mr. Charles Reber Took Time
ouT To wriTe a TexT book Tor his shop.
l:eaTured in The classes each day are appeTizing whiTe, brown, whole wheaT, or rye bread:
buns, muTTins, cakes, pies, and pasTries. Several OT These iTems are served in The school caTeTeria.
Since This is The newesT deparTmenT in S. T. S., more beneTiTs will be TorThcoming as The
experiences oT The sTudenT bakers increase. Their course includes The learning abouT all phases
OT The Trade along wifh cosT accounTing, invenTories, and business manageme-nT.
rick il l Zccoonry
Bricklaying is more Than piling brick on brick or sTone on sTone Then slapping Them TogeTher
wiTh morTar and skimming oTT The excess wiTh a Trowel. Everyone knows ThaT The permanence oT
mosT oT our buildings depends upon The Trained skill oT The mason.
To provide ThaT skill. Mr. J. Landis Denlinger Tollows This rouTine wiTh his sTudenTs:
FirsT year - Training in The use oT Tools, moTion sTudy, proper knowledge oT plumb rules,
and uses oT maTerials.
Second year - Building arches, panels, sTeps. and angular sTrucTures.
Third year - Applying This advanced skill and knowledge To The making oT cornices, Tire-
places, bay windows, home and commercial consTrucTions.
For ouT-oT-shop experience, The sTudenTs are senT To jobs oT bricklaying and sTone masonry
on school proiecTs aloouT The campus, or on privaTe work Tor pay on aTTer-school hours.
To creale someihing wifh his own hands is fhe ambilion of a normal boy. To aid Them in
Their desires, Mr. Schullz and Mr. Wagner have lhe boys observe fhe following schedule:
Firsl year - Use of hand fools. Proiecfs include bench hoolcs, shelves, boolc cases, minor
repairs, helping The more slcilled upper classmen, and class room work in fheory.
Second year - Use of power fools and machinery, advanced Theory, conslruclion of win-
dow irames. cabinels, fables, and olher proiecls on or aboul lhe campus.
Third year - Advanced Jrheory lhaf includes esiimaling and building conslruclion. Then
lhe consfruclrion of scale models oi slairs, roofs, elc.
Upon lhe complelion of Jrhis course. The Senior graduale is ready To lake his place in a
To ihe Carpenler shop go innumerable requesls for school repairs, renovalions, new cab-
inels, shelves, iurnilure, or special aufhorizalions for new conslruclion abou? Jrhe campus.
WlTaT do you wanT To design? A machine or a building sTrucTure? This is The deparTrnenT
where sTuclenTs learn To Thinlc wiTh a pencil and puT Their ideas on paper.
The inTsrucTor Mr. John M. Denuel has Two shops going aT The same Time in The same room.
The reguirernenTs Tor each shop are The sarne in The beginning. STudenTs can seT Their worli pace.
FirsT year - OrThographic proiecTions lThree view drawingsl are assigned Tor The TirsT halT
year or so, Then The sTudenTs branch oTT inTo Their own Tields.
ArchiTecTural - STarTing wiTh windows, doors, cornices, and sTairs, The sTudenT progresses
wiTh work ThaT becomes more inTricaTe and exacTing in boTh pracTice and Theory: unTil in his Sen-
ior or Third year, he is required To design a house wiTh all The necessiTies lilce plumbing, heaTing,
elecTrical services and TixTures, plus oTher conveniences.
Mechanical - STarTing wiTh gears, Threads, and various assembly drawings, The sTudenT
Talces on worlf oT increasing diTTiculTy1 unTil in his Senior year, he rnusT design his own machine.
To supplennenT Their TheoreTical knowledge, sTudenTs are given pracTical proiecTs lilce The
Field l-louse and The Bake Shop.
Pliers, wire, screw driver, and Tuses don'T malce an elecTrician. To become The well-rounded
Technicians Tor This Trade Today, boys GT STS., under The guidance oT lvlr. Reuel Rupp and Mr.
Fred Wilds, musT Tollow a deTiniTe course oT sTudy and pracTice.
l:irsT year - FundamenTals and Theory oT elemenTary circuiTs, symbols, Tools, signaling, and
house wiring. ConduiT and raceway consTrucTion along wi'i'h The bending and running oT conduiT.
Second year F- More Theory and pracTice in house and indusTrial wiring. Codes pei'Taining
To elecTrical consTrucTion. Theory and use oT elecTrical insTrumenTs and measuremenTs. MoTor
TesTing. repairing, and insTallaTion. ArmaTure Theory, TesTing, and re-wiring. TransTormers,
Third year W More Theory and pracTice wiTh elecTronic c:onTrols, circuiTs oT many inTricaTe
kinds. Eledronic consTrucTion.
AnyThing wrong wiTh The lighTs, Telephone circuiTs, swiTches? Dial 590 and soon someone
comes Trom The ElecrTic Shop To seT Things righT.
Gears. cams, bearings, Tools and special cuTTing edges don'T begin To name The producTs
manuTacTured by The apprenTices in This Trade. Mr. AlTon Auchenbach and Mr. Carl CroessanT
believe in The Tollowing program oT Training.
FirsT year - STudy oT blue prinTs, consTrucTion oT machines, using The Tools oT The Trade in
The well-equiped machine shop. ApplicaTion oT maThemaTics and Tormulas Tor various operaTions.
Second year W OperaTion oT all machines. ProiecTs To compleTe like The manuTacTure oT
Tools To be used in The Trade. l-leaTing oT sTeel and The Tempering oT meTals.
Third year - lvlalcing more complicaTed Tools and proiecTs. More concenTraTed sTudy oT
Tool and die-making wiTh very close Tolerances.
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The Graphic ArTs, Tamilarly known as "prinTing," play a major role in modern civilizaTion.
lflardly an individual exisTs Today who does noT come in daily conTacT wiTh The prinTed word. A
birTh annonucernenT heralds his coming and an obiTuary noTes his passing.
PrinTing is The laying oT ink on paper Tor a varieTy oT purposes. To undersTand This, Mr. Fiorill
Teaches The basic knowledge and Techniques oT The Trade. The course OT insTrucTion includes:
FirsT year - T-land Con'iposiTion, PlaTen Presswork, Paper and Inks, Bindery Work, and
Second year M Advanced l-land ComposiTion, AuTornaTic PlaTen Presswork, Cylinder Press-
work, LayouT and Design, and Theory.
Third year - Advanced Cylinder Presswoik, Machine Con'iposiTion, Color Work, and
ConsTanTly producTive work is Tinished in The Torms oT prinTed sTaTionery, pamphleTs, book-
leTs, TickeTs, The school newspaper, 'TTI-IE CRAFTSMANM, and The school yearbook "THE
Qpccclio and jeleuioion
l-launling insrrumenlal and vocal melodies! Alluring TV performances all day long! Whal
a life! Yel sfudenfs 'raking ihis course, under Mr. Arlhur Weicksel, have much To do while work-
ing on all lcinds oi sels broughl lo lhe shop. The oulline ol lhe course is as follows:
Beginning -- Shop praclice and radio service. Use oi fools. Soldering. Tube lesling. ld-
enlificarion of resislors and condensers. Circuil consiruciion. Use of melers and ofher lesl
equipmenl. Power supplies. Circuil analysis. Ampiiiers. Alignmenip Use of manuals lo learn lube
subsliluiion, circuir diagrams, and cross references. Esiimaling. Car radio inslallalion. Shop
Laler - Advanced 'rheory and praclice in eleclronics. Television servicing. Review of cir-
cuils. Oscilloscope and inslrumenls for Television alignmenl. Sychronous and sweep circuils.
Lasi - Theory and operalion of VHF and UHF.
Much of Their pleasure is finding The "bugs" of delecfive sers and selling fhem lo operafe
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Those sTudenTs, who are noT high school graduaTes upon enTering or while aTTending STS.,
are senT To lvlr. George Brody's classes in Room 6. Besides overlooking The TronT campus Trom
The Third sTory windows, These sTudenTs also look over The developing Tield oT grammar and liTer-
aTure. ParTs oT speech, grammaTical indenTiTicaTions, vocabulary building, workbooks, The
BEACON l.lGl-lT LITERATURE series, magazines, newspapers, and library booksfall These help
The sTudenTs To acquire more skill in reading, wriTing, and speaking. Thrown in Tor good measure
is sample newspaper wriTing. ATTer all, This is a Tull course noT only To work in buT To live by.
C?g6lUClVlCGGl Qngliolfl and Qconomico
Though Mr. Paul J. Evancoe happens 'ro Teach nine seciions of Advanced English and only
iwo oi Elemenlary Economics, The piclure above is Thai oi a class in economics. Their lexl is
ECONOMICS EOR OUR TIMES supplemenied by reporls and discussions from newspapers,
magazines, and oiher bool:s. Occasionally films are shown. Siudenls learn ihe inierplay of
economic forces upon The home, communiiy, siaie, naiion, and world. Goods and services
depend upon bouniiiul resources and resourceful people io produce beiler slandards of living
I-ligh school graduaies lake 'rhe Advanced English classes 'raughl by Mr, Evancoe. The course
uiou fi work bool4, grammar boolc, and a new liieralure lexl: MY l.lEE, MY COUNTRY, MY
WORLD. Reviewing bisic grammar, senlence and paragraph conslruclion, social and business
leiler vvriling, The sludenls also read and reporl on approved boolcs oi iiciion, biography, aulo-
biogmphy, and irnvel. Oral English becomes more inleresiing wilh reporis from currenl mag-
azinos and newspapers. Worlhy ideas and ideals, correcl wriilen and oral usage ol: English, plus
.si proiilable use oi leisure are The goals of This course.
Malhemafics. as +augh+ by Mr. Prosper Hill, is noi' limiled only ro vocarional fundamenrals
buf also includes algebra, Trigonomelry, geomelry, and lhe direcl uses of lhe slide rule.
All srudenls musr lake malhemarics. Formerly, E+ was laughr mainly lo non-high school grad-
uares. Wilh lhe passing of lime, rhe demand is for beller slcilled lradesman wilh more 'rhan ordi-
Vocalional malhemafics is rhar parr of Jrhe course lhal presenis problems and solulions lo
sludenls which 'rhey may or will encounrer in Their life work.
To expecl To be a good lradesman wilhoul maihemalics is iusr as foolish as expecfing 'ro
be an ellicienr workman wilhour The proper Tools.
enerccl Science canal wealth
The aims oT General Science as TaughT by lvlr. James Maurey are To give The boys a gen-
eral baclcground in all phases oT science under The Tollowing Topics: lvlaTTer and iTs composiTion.
chemical changes in organic and inorganic maTerials, living Things vs non-living Things, digesTive
sysTem, simple anaTomy, communicable diseases, weaTher and iTs changes, waTer supply, simple
machines, and naTural resources.
The l-lealTh Program has The Tollowing course oT insTrucTion as TaughT by Mr. lvlauroy also:
Personal grooming, belTer dieT, caring Tor The body, anaTomy and physiology, geTTing along vviTh
oThers, being a good consumer, personal Tinance, owning and living in your home, principles ol
marriage, and Wwe and our neighborsfl
Some of 'rhe riddles of ihe universe are unravelled in Mr. Ernesl l-lower's laboralories by his
embryo scienlisls. Some enlering sfudenls believe +ha+ Jrhey have aciually seen eleclricily, buf
They soon learn +ha+ man sees only fhe effecis of eleciriciiy and learns io observe, measure, and
use ihe powerful forces of naiure.
As Sophomores, ihe siudenis sludy Physical Science which includes subiecls lilce fire, fuels,
heal, malerials of conslruciion, sound, wealher and climaire.
The Juniors siudy Chemisiry which includes lhe hisiory of chemislry, elemenis and come
pounds, ihe alomic weighls, balancing equalions of compounds, acids, bases, salis, and organic
mailer. Smells ihai please and odors ihal nauseaie iloal down lhe second floor halls a+ Times.
As Seniors, 'rhe boys siudy Physics. They learn aboul densiiy and specific graviiy, power,
principles oi machines, air and liquid pressure. Fulcrums, levers, pulleys, mechanical principles-
all mean more lo lhe young lradesman as he sees more uses for The praclical knowledge he
To be good cilizens of our Unilecl Slales, lo undersland and acl wisely in local, nalional,
and inlernalional affairs-llwe sludenls sluoly llwe background, framework, and lunclioning ol
our American civilizalion.
For many years now al Slevens Trade, Mr. James l-larlzell lwas lauglwl Civics and Pennsy-
lvania l-lislory lo Freslwmen, American l-lislory lo Sopliomores, Economics lo Juniors, and
Problems oi Democracy lo Seniors.
ln llwese days of Communisl conllicl' and falselioocls, il is well for our people lo be forliiied
willn unwavering laillw in our Clirislian and American way of life. Gpposed lo godless ancl inlin-
rnan ellorls lo enslave mankind, we believe in llwe moral, orderly, and lawful mellwocls ol eiiecling
fplmngos in rnan's polilical, social, and economic syslems.
Safety and girot ogicl
ln The Teaching oT SaTeTy, Mr. Eugene GroTT, The insTrucTor, emphasizes The primary olojecTive
OT accidenT preve-nTion in school, indusTry, and any oTher OT liTe's acTiviTies. SaTeTy educaTion in
school does noT consisT solely OT placing resTricTions on The use oT various Types OT machinery
and equipment raTher, iT is Teaching The imporTance OT Taking precauTions, Toreseeing and Tore-
sTalling dangers or hazards abouT one's environmenT or work. Suggeslrions and maTerials which
are helpTul in planning accidenT prevenTion are TaughT in every shop course.
Acquiring knowledge and slcills Tor TreaTing emergencies or accidenTs unTil a physician
arrives are The purposes oT FirsT Aid as TaughT by Mr. GroTT. In addiTion, The prevenTion oT acci-
denTs and eliminaTing Their causes are also sTressed. The American Red Cross TexTboolc: FIRST
AID serves as a guide Tor The average adulf inTeresTed in TirsT aid Training.
The picTure above TeaTures Mr. James lvlaurey running Through his paces as The boys learn
Tumbling. OTher insTrucTors in This deparTmenT oT Physical EducaTion are Mr. Richard Bevilacqua
and Mr. Eugene Groff who have oTher classes Tor The muscle men.
The aims oT Physical EducaTion in The various gym classes are as Tollows: To develop The
aTTiTude oT enioymenT oT physical acTiviTy, To develop viTaliTy, physical growTh, and new muscular
slcills, and To develop desirable human behavior Through group parTicipaTion.
The auTumn acTiviTies include: Speed ball, Touch TooTball, soccer, volley ball, and Tennis.
The winTer acTiviTies include: BaslceTball, wresTling, boxing, maT gymnasTics, apparaTus work,
shuTTle board, and TundamenTal marching.
The spring acTiviTies include: SoTTball, Track, and Tield evenTs.
WhaTever The Trade, all beginners Tind Themselves enrolled in RelaTed Drawing. AT The
ouTseT oT This course under Mr. Theodore l-lirsch, sTudenTs learn The TundamenTal principles of
mechanical draTTing. The iniTial year includes orThographic proiecTions, leTTering, Technical
slceTching, auxiliary view drawing, and secTions. NeaTness and accuracy are The lceynoTes oT
In The nexT or Junior year, The course requires deTail drawings Trom assembly drawings: and
vice versa. assembly drawings Trorn deTails.
Finally, in The Senior year, The sTudenTs assemble drawings perTaining To Their Trades. Hav-
ing gained The basic knowledge oT drawing, sTudenTs now originaTe proiecTs ThaT will be carried
To compleTion in Their shops laTer.
All high school graduaTes in SecTions 2, 3, 5, 6, 8, and 9-find Themselves in RelaTed Drawing
under Mr. Donald Jones. STressed mosTly are mechanical drawing and blue prinT reading.
As Sophomores. These beginners learn The TundamenTals of mechanical draTTing. OrTho-
graphic proiecTions, leTTering, Technical sl4eTching, auxiliary view drawings, and secTions comprise
The worlc of This year.
As Juniors, They become more polished in Their work of deTail drawings Trom assembly
drawings: Then assembly drawings Trom deTails.
ln The Senior year, The sTudenTs progress To drawings in Their own Trade, wiTh some oT Their
own ideas Tor proiecTs in Their shop. Also, co-ordinaTed wiTh The above work is Blue PrinT read-
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L to K-bzrst row: R. Shirey. A. Fesco. F. Hopton. R Benson, W. Rank. F. Scheaffer, R. Heatong Secondirow:
A. Nawa, F. Updegrave. W. Mack. G. Moulden, J. Marino: Third row: P. Steffy, Floyd, G. Surochak
VN. JVetterau, P. Ginda, T, McKeever. R. Fedorowichg Fourth row: R. Long. Yarnell, D. Reed H. Foore
J. F1C1dS, A. MHFIIDQ Fifth row: T. Glass, D. Myers, T. Stefkovic, E. Donald. J. Ebling, C. Irvin,,R. Hontz
J. Butcavage, J. Snokus, G. Acaley, R. Weaver, W. Groff, R. Nabholtz, J. Tulenko
The Class of '54 enTered STevens Trade School on SepTember I I, I95O, wiTh eighfeen mem-
bers. On November I4. This class. under The supervision of Mr. Donald Jones, elecTed The
PresidenT - Paul STeffy7 Vice-PresidenT - John Marino
SecreTary - Bill Shillingsfordq Treasurer - RoberT Arnold
STudenT Council - Andrew Nawa, Harry Byrd
Besides parTicipaTion in many of The regular school acTiviTies. The TirsT social affair of
This group was "The Spring Dance" which was pronounced a success by Those who aTTended.
OTher Freshmen acTiviTies were limifed To sTudy, work, and personal recreaTions on and off The
By SepTember of l95l. These original freshmen became a larger class oT IO7 wiTh The new
addiTions of Sophomores. AfTer becoming acguainTed, The group selecfed The following officers:
PresidenT - John Marino: Vice-PresidenT - Mike Plaxa
SecreTary - William Beaver: Treasurer - Joe BuTcavage
STudenT Council - William WeTTerau, l'lilTon Foore
Several of The sTudenTs Tried ouT for The various aThleTic evenfs wiTh The hopes of making The
varsiTy. Graciously, The class cancelled Their ST. PaTriclc's Day Dance To give The AcTiviTies Com-
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I. to R First row: M. Houck, R. Fyock, E. Eycr, I. Diehl, B. Solomon, Ponis, R. Stanwood, D. Haffley
W. Millcrg Second row: R. Ks-mlull. A. Shaud. G. Shobcr. D. Zvllvrs. J. McDaniel, R. Artz, R. Grannis, C
Morton, T. Clhvsiivy, W. l"z1s11nc'ht, R. SC'hIl1lClllZlIIll'X'Q Third row: Risko. Hnrtshorn. R. Arnold. Piscorick
J. Herr, W. Shillingsford. D. Ritchey: Fourth row: J. Crompton. R. Wir-grind. M. Kosar. James. W'. Brown
D. Lake, M, Krishurtg Fifth row: D. Blvfko, Mr. Donald Jones CAdvisorl, T, Murray, D. Henning, D. Herb
M. Plaxa, D. Lefford, E. Salami
miTTee Their daTe Tor The grand opening parTy OT The RecreaTion Building.
More seasoned wiTh residence and learning, The Class oT 54' reTurned as Juniors wiTh
greaTer eagerness To pursue Their Trades and geT inTo The swing oT Things. Again class oTTicers
PresidenT - John Marino: Vice-PresidenT - Thomas Murray
SecreTary -H Bob Wiegandy Treasurer - Joe BuTcavage
STudenT Council - William WeTTerau, l-lilTon Foore
The ST. ValenTine Dance on February I3, l953, proved To be very enioyable. However. The
crowning social success of The year was The Junior-Senior Prom OT May lo, I953, Semi-Tormally
dressed upper classmen, escorTing and dancing wiTh beauTiTully gowned parTners, Tuneful music.
cheerful decoraTions, and delicious reTreshmenTs-all These became cherished memories in The
lives OT Those who will reTurn To Tinish Their courses nexT year, Those who will leave as graduaTes.
or even Those whom Uncle Sam may call To The Colors.
From This class have emerged good scholars, good apprenTices, excellenl' aThleTic maTerial
in all The maior sporTs oT The school: and besT oT all, The bearing and conducT oT responsible men
who seem To know whaT They wanT, where and how To achieve Their liTe-dreams.
Steuenooniarb eccrboolz Stagg
L to R Around the Table: L. Gravcr. C. Nelson, C. Gross. Christman. L. Davis. Mr. P. J. Evuncoc CAdvisor
G. Bortz. D. Peters. J. Behler. J. Spotts. R. Krell, R. Levanclusky, G. Gordon
OFFICERS AND STAFF
Edilor csc Jerry Borlz Business Manager H- ,sn Lowell Graver
Co-Ediior W, ,,,,,, Larry Davis Layoul 84 Design ,. , Richard Levanduslcy
Pholographer . ,H ., ,, ,,,,,,-, Donald Pelers
Charles Nelson James Behler Carl Gross Jaclc Spells
Ellon Chrislman Roberl Krell Glenn Gordon
The Slevensonian Slall wishes 'ro convey The gralilude of lhe Senior Class To Mr. Henry
Wagner, Class Advisor: Mr. Michael Fiorill, Prinlinq Shop lnslruclor: and Mr. Paul J. Evancoe,
Advisor - for your encouraqemenl and help loward a successful l953 STEVENSONIAN.
May This book linlc your curricular and exlra-curricular acliyilies wilh lhoughls of prolilable
lcnowledqe, worlhwhile friendships, and ioylul experiences al lhe Thaddeus Slevens Trade
ra tomcufl Sta
I to ll .S'z'n!1'rl: Cl. Kiss. Klrrmlpton. P. Stvffy. R. Shumski. Regal. Marino. E. Donzxlnl. T Nluux
rmrlfng: U, Sl'lllIllIll!'l. D, llzxffly. l". Rzwvrt. Hl'ml1'rs0:1. D. Myers. G. Iirody. D. Rvitz, f Slllbjtl
ul. Mcllriclv. W. Shillingsforcl
Bob Sh umslri
dvisor: Mr. Geo
The prinTed school newspaper of The Thaddeus STevens Trade School is Three years old. This
paper has undergone worThwhile changes under The guidance oT Mr. George Brody, FaculTy
From only a Tew members in The beginning oT This newspaper, The sTaTT has increased con-
siderably Tor gaThering, wriTing, revising, ediTing, and publishing The news abouT The person-
aliTies and acTiviTies around The campus.
Some oT The inTeresTing changes Taking place are The six page ediTions which sTarTed in
February. One Tull page is now seT aside Tor iTems relaling To T e Alumni. PicTures are evidenT
in The more recenT issues. CuTs wcro made To enliven The various column headings.
In November of This school year. Frease RaverT and Joe Rogal aTTended The Pennsylvania
School Press AssociaTion, beTTer known as The PSPA. LasT year's issues oT The CRAFTSMAN
were enTered in The judging conTesT. The CRAFTSMAN placed Third in iTs class.
glue Qragtoman reoo glad?
PresidenT ..,, --,Paul STeTTy Vice-PresidenT H, A- George Kiss
SecreTary -H --- Frease RaverT Treasurer ........ .... J oe Rogal
Business Manager - George Shimmel
Organized in February of This year, The Press Club became The newesT exTra-curricular
organizaTion on The campus. ITs purpose is To perform various services Tor The school.
From The sale of "Hoagies", submarine sandwiches, This organizaTion has purchased a
TiTTeen inch Trophy To be given To The ouTsTanding compeTiTor in This year's Field Day evenTs.
OTher awards were Tie-clasps wiTh a medallion Tor members in The JournalisTic endeavor who had
served Tor Two or more years. The Press Club also sponsored The CRAFTSMAN Lounge in The
gymnasium during The nighT of The Prom where reTreshmenTs were served.
The CRAFTSMAN STaTT wishes To exTend iTs Thanks To The PrinTing DeparTmenT for prinTing
The school paper. as well as To oTher deparTmenTs who may assisT direcTly or indirecTly in iTs
L to R: P. Tshudy. C. Krapf, Panasiti. Mr. Ralph Kraft flfaculty Advisorj, Bortz, B. Wcttcrau, Ebling
STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS
PresidenT . Jerry BorTz Vice-PresidenT W Jacques Ebling
SecreTary-Treasurer ,,,,,, .- ,M Jack PanasiTi
The STudenT Council was insTiTuTed To promoTe beTTer undersTanding beTween The sTudenTs
and The adminisTraTion, To provide acTiviTies and recreaTions Tor The leisure hours, and To malce
liTe around The school a more enjoyable one.
Three special roiecTs are sponsored by The STudenT Council: TirsT, The Welcoming ParTy
in The beginning oTPThe school year Tor The new sTudenTs: second, The ChrisTmas ParTy in The
gymnasium beTore mosT oT The sTudenTs go home: Third, The mosT enjoyable oT all, Family
VisiTaTion Day observed in coniuncTion wiTh The annual lnviTaTion Traclc MeeT.
Members oT The Council are elecTed in democraTic sTyle. Two represenTaTives are chosen
Trom cach class buT The PresidenT musT be a Senior, The Vice-Pre-sidenT is a Junior, and Tho
Secrelary-Treasurer is a Sophomore.
Under The leadership oT lvlr. Ralph KraTT, The STudenT Council has had many successes dur-
ing The school year.
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I, to R l"n'u ww: 'if Murray, Bruker, E. Reichert, D Rcitz, E. lfanclli. D. Myers. j. Regal. E. Shortlidgc
P. Dctterlino. J. Henderson. W. Keller. G. Acaley, E. Donald. B. Brown. G. Kudia: Sevond row: Mr. S
Wright. W. Fasmirht. M. Wilders. B. Gillespie. A. Martin. N. Andreas. B. Evcritt: Third row: Snyder
F. Ravcrt. R. Stanwood. D. Miller. D. Treirhlcr. F, Wiright. E. Lear. Shredcr, G. Kiss. T. Stcfkovif. T. Beard
R. Warner, N. Srrip. A. Tshudy. R. Fcdorowich. A. Burkey, Gill
Formal or iniormal, aT home or away, whaTe'for The Time or place. lvlr. Sam WrighT can iell
a vocal or insTrumenTal group TogeTher in lirniTed pracTice sessions Tor The parTicular occasion.
Aside Trom parTicipaTion in chapel programs which TeaTured Columbus Day, Armislrice Day,
Thanksgiving Day, Xmas holidays, Band SHT, TalenT ConTesT, MiliTary Band, Vocal rendiTions,
EasTer music, Dance rhyThms, VisiTaTion Day, and Tinally Graduahon music - all These delighTed
The l:aculTy and The STudenT Body.
Trips away from The school campus included performances aT Columbia Tor The XXMVETS:
aT Rossmere SaniTarium in l.ancasTer: aT Manheim Township Legion: aT Edward l-land Junior
l-ligh, l.ancasTer: aT LiTiTz TalenT ConTesT: aT Nesguehoning l-ligh School: F. X4 lvl. Campus House:
Quenhn Riding Club: DowningTown l-hgh School: lVlayTown High School: and Lancasirer Counlry
STudenTs in musical groups Tind pleasures and experiences ThaT are indescribable To Those
on The sidelines. Seli-expression, cooperaTion, and ioy are The l1eynoTes oT Sam's Teaching oi
Feb. I I
Mar. I I
lndoclrinalion ol new sludenls, Mr. J. Slauller, Mr. W. Slrasbaugh
Film: "A Day In CourI." lCour'resy ol Inl. Harvesler Co.l
Indoclrinalion of more new sludenls
Welcoming Parly lSIudenl Associalionl
Pep Assembly lMusic direcled by Mr. S. Wrighll
Religious Leaders ol Lancasler Cily meeling sludenls ol lheir
Columbus Day Program lReading: John Cromplonl
Pennsylvania Week and U. N. Quiz
Morrison and Beck Musical
Armislice Day Talk: Mr. P. J. Evancoe
"The Man Who Growsuz Mr. I-larry Grilfis
"The Crooked River": Dr. Richmond Myers, Geologisl
lFilm and Talkl
Thanksgiving Assembly: Rev. Wm. T. Mann
Foolball Awards: Mr. R. Bevilacqua, Mr. E. Groll
Band: Mr. S. Wrighl
Chrislmas Theme Talk: Rev. D. L. Fegley
Xmas Enlerlainmenl in Gym, Sludenl Council
lXmas Slory-Bell Telephonel Mr. Andrews
Facully Men Program lMusicaI and panlominel
Talk on I-lobbies: Mr. Edwin Rowlands
Presidenlial T. V. Views of Eisenhower's Inaugural
Wreslling ancl I-lolds IS. T. S.l Mr. Jim Maurey
Sluclenl Skit lMr. Wrigh'r's music groupsl
Lincoln Talk: Mr. P. J. Evancoe
"T. V. Today": Mr. l'I. Miller
Magic: Mr. Clinl' Riedel!
Public Speaking Conlesl: Mr. l'lill, Mr. Brody, Mr. Evancoe
Winners: Robl. Wiegand, Firsly Edward Donalcl, Second: Glenn
Band Musical under Mr. S. Wrighl
Baskelball and Wreslling Awards: Mr. Bevilacqua. Mr. Maurey
Easler Assembly Talk: Rl. Rev. Mon. Schweich
Movies: "Small Game and Fishing": Mr. M. Enck
Quiz: Slevens Birlhday Assembly: Mr. I-larlzell, Mr. Brody
Talk: Safely and Lile: Mr. Andrew S. Beshore
Suchard Amaleur Program: Mr. S. Wrighl
U. S. Navy Movies and Talk: Ch. P. O. Gavin, Ch. P. O. Mosl'
All Vocal Program of S. T. S. boys: Mr. S. Wrighl
Musical Program S. T. S. boys: Mr. S. Wrighl
Movie: "Cable Splicing," Bell Telephone: Mr. H. J. Ganse
Track Awards: Mr. Schullz
Flag Day Assembly: Mr. S. Wrighl
Panel Discussion: Mr. O. Brody, Mr. P. Hill
Richard S. Levandusky Charles C. Nelson
Roberl' A. Shumslci Donald J. Selcol
James F. Bruclcer Claylon E. Swope
Lowell W. Graver Carl Gross
Gerald l-I. Boriz
Theodore Schwalm Award
Lowell l-lalligan Award
American Legion Award
Forly 8: Eighl Award
Thaddeus Slevens Essay Award
Richard S. Levanduslcy
Roloerl A. Shumslci
Gerald l-l. Borlz
Lawrence R. Davis
Joseph W. Roqal
David J. Smilh
Rober+ A. Shumski
Allen E. McDonald
Rolaeri A. Shumslci
James F. Bruclcer
Carl G. Gross
L to R-- First row: B. Walker. D. Treirhlcr. Reichert. R. Gillespie. D. Miller. C. Lewis. Placha. G.
Stehman: Second row: S. Dorwarcl. J. Shank. W Stepp. R Recd. P Kiersted. C Aumillcr G. M G
. . , . 1. , r owng
Thzrd row: D. Howells. R. Dunlap. A. Ogden. C. Angcrmeir. W. Schncll. R. Snyder: Fourth row: Brown,
R. Akers. J. Hill. R. Ncifert. J. Smith, A. Bc-rkey. P. Tshudy: Fifth row: R. Corbin, G. Wolf. E. Reynolds,
A. P. k ' ' ' i ' ' ' ' J ' '
ir cr. Snyder. W. Gllpin. Sixth low. Ci. Simmons. H. Smith. D. Takoushmn A Ogden C Smvltv
M. Davison: Sevenlh row: G. Stoner. N. Supko. J. Henderson, D. Rite-nour. L. Cullcrig Eighth rozu: Mike
Fiorill. Faculty Advisor: C. Stief. F. Hicstand. Maclilwee. Pagnotto
The class OT '55 enTered The Thaddeus Slevens Trade 5chool on 5epTember I7, l95l and
was composed oT sixTeen sTudenTs. There wasn'T much ThaT This small group could do excepT
plan Tor The TuTure which They did wiTh The help oT Their advisor, Mr. Fiorill.
AT Their TirsT class mee-Ting, aTTer a monTh oT geTTing acguainTed, These oTTicers were
PresidenT - Daniel Talcoushian
5ecreTary-Treasurer - l-lerberT 5miTh
Though The social program oT This class was limiTed because oT Their small number, They
enThusiasTically enTered inTo school liTe wiTh iTs varied exTra-curricular acTiviTies.
On SepTember I5, l952, new sTudenTs arrived aT 5.T.5. To increase The class oT '55 To IZ6
members. This group now has The disTincTion OT being The largesT class in The schoolls hisTory.
I to R lfizxl nw: .'XIllll'l'SUll. K. Wboclrig. C. Rhozlclcs. E. VVntto, P. Dcttcrlilw. E.. Kunkcl, E. Triponcy,
Mzimllo, Pzmzlsiti. A. Rm-cl: Se'ro1zrl ww: G. Kiss. Ml'l5I'llll'. Rutknuskzis, C. Lnvis. D. Hopkins
MlD!'L11lIl. R. lirsnitiiiw. Gill. T. lic-urcl. li. ICH-rittg Tliihrrl row: Hzxnlzilski. Sc'lu1c'kl'r. A. Pryzbylkowski
C llm't1'ii'k. .'xllllSl'2lY1l!,1'. M, SllI'lYl'l'. Jllylllilll. R, SlllWL'i'lil. R. 1'lI'i'1'IIl2lll. Mi'Dmmvll. R. Nicholas. N
alri-ns. nf l"um'1'. D. i lli-ss. M, Ifryv. Xvllllll lrflllllll 1010: C. Ruth. I.. B0lliIlgl'l'. S. Erriugton. Shvlrusl-ay
'- ' - - f ' isunznx R. Kirtinitis. W. Kvllvr. B. Evans. D. Millvr, ll. MZISLXIIQ lfiffh row: ll
I luililnn. R. llmmmg. X. .Nl .
Sshrump. ll Yvirln. XY. rlNllUIIllDSOll, R1i'Kl'lJll. R. RlNllll'l', l.. Krvll. l.. Tmilli. R. Iizirrctt. C. Rrnntz. I1
xi-pp:-rg Szfvllz mm: H. lJl'2l'Ill11ll'ilI. R, SlJi'll1lll'ttl. M. -lW11clclvI1. NV. llowvll. Slobodn. NV. ZIIIIIINTIIIIIII
IJ Yost. W. Clxil'.ix'vllu. .X. 'lil'lIllllIll. ll. Kzllbzlvh. R. clI'l'lSt1 .Sfrzimillz ww: R. Rousseau. V. Ruth. l'. hiurplly
l Caiulosai. lirouks. YY, SC'll2llJIJl'l. Slflllill
Allcr uoforcll weelcs ol allericlorice, lhey elecled lhe following ollicers:
Presiclenl - Max Frye
Vice-Presicleril - Tom Beard
Secrelary f Mickey Shriver
Treasurer - Carl Simmons
The old saying, "Where Theres quarilily, Theres qualilyf' applies very well 'lo lhe class
of 55. lvlfmy fillileles from 'rhis class have olislihquished Themselves in varsily and ihlmmural
L to R -First row: R. Tshudy. R. Burgoon. E. Kirchner. C. James. Garber. L. Klingvr: Second row:
Klrbl-sh. R. Rvituqiun. -I. Shook. W. Travcr, P. Landis. F. Horuslzcrg Third row: C. Kucliu, Williams,
Mutt. M. Boirv. J. Swank. W. Shaver. D. Iriminingcrg Fourth row: Muudorff, Mr. Prosper Hill CAdvisor
F. Pzitrinos. If.. Svhiniclt. R. Kirklvy. C. Fish, F. Wright.
Freshmen Class Officers
Presidenf - Charles Fish
Vice-Presidenf - John Williams
Secrefary - John Shoolc
Treasurer - Richard Reifnaur
Ordinarily, fhe regular sfudenfs enfering S.T.S. loegin as Sophomores if fhey happen fo be
sixfeen or over and have finished fheir freshman year of high school worlc l-lowever boys less
fhan sixfeen or sevenfeen years of age who have nof finished more fhan eighf gradesiof regular
schooling are admiffeol as Freshmen.
Their firsf year is limifeol fo scholasfic sfudies and re-lafed worlc. Like all boys af S.T.S., fhe
Freshmen have worlc clefails. During fheir firsf year fhey have an excellenf opporfunif fo
i ' Y
observe all lhe fracles and fhen malce fheir fracle choice for fhe following fhree years of
resicenfial fraining. Opporfunifies for parficipafion in fhe sporfs acfivifies are numerous and
varied fhroughouf fhe year.
Mr. Donald Jones llzcorballl
lvlr. Errwesl Flower, llacully Manager
Mr. Eugene Groll llzoolball, Baskelballl
Mr. Richard Bevilacqua, Direclor of Alhlelics llzoolball, Baslcelball
Mr. Roloerl Sclwullz llraclcl
Mr. Prosper l-lill llzoolballl
Mr. James Maurey llioolball, V!resl'lingl
515 A U' x
L t R-Firxt row: Jrrry james CBD, Thurle "Jug" McKecvfr CED. Pctcr Ginda CGD, Larry Davis CBD. Allen
McDonald CTD, Harry Kuohka CED, joe Butcavage CBD. Charles Kraph CGD 3 Second row: Ray Slawecki CED,
Thomas Beard CDD, Mikc Plnxa CBD, Robert Schucker CCD. Bill Xvcttcrau CBD, Bill Bcavcr CTD, Nick Supko
CTD, Third roau: Russell lloruung CED. Bill Schappell CBD, Thomas Chesney CED. Vincent Ashman CGD, Dave
Ritchey CTD, john 'layman CTD. Eddie Watto CGD, George Surotchak CED5Fourtl1 raw: Jim McDonnell CBD,
Richard Fyock CBD, Bob Yv'icgnnd CED, Max Frye CBD, Hilton Foorc CTD. Wade Groff CTD,Mickey Shriver
CBD :Fifth rozv:Glcnn Shobrr, Manager, Bill Hassen CGD.Eugcnc Kunkel CBD, Carl Gross CCD, John PonisCCD,
James Behlcr CGD, Howard Richards CGD, Donald Lefford CED
Varsily Foolball Schedule I952
Traders Opponenls Score Dale Where
20 Millersville J. V. O Sepl. 26 Away
32 Valley Forge M. A. O Od. 4 I-Iome
28 Diclcinson 6 Ocl. II Away
27 F. X4 M. J. V I3 Od. I7 Away
26 Perlciornen 6 Ocl. 25 Home
I4 Mercersburq M. A. 6 Nov. 8 Home
0 Gellysburg Frosh 27 Nov. I4 Away
20 Wyoming 6 Nov. 22 Home
Tolal score lor lhe TRADERS: Won - 7: Losl -- I
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Coach Diclc Bevilacgua sTarTcd The Toolball season wiTh 94 gridiron candidaTes ouT oT a
Iolal onrollmenT oT 300 boys. Only 90 could be supplied wiTh grid eguipmenT. Assisling The
head coach This season were Don Jones aT deTonsive sTraTegy, plus Three new menTors: Mr.
James lvlaurey as JV coach: Mr. Eugene GroTT, baclfTield coach: and lvlr. Prosper Hill, oTTensive
The reTurning leTTermen and The new prospecTs gave The coaches much manpower To Till
Those coveled sTarTing berThs wiTh added reserves oT brawn and brain Tor The depTh. So, wiTh
added new Toes To The schedule, The TRADERS played wiTh a winning conTidence.
FirsT game. SepTember 26, l952. S.T.S. - 20 - M.S.T.C. JV - 0. Away.
STevens scored on The TirsT play oT The game as Jerry James made The TirsT Touchdown. Larry
Davis rushed The exTra poinT. In The second guarTer, l-larry Kuchlca Tool4 a laTeral Trom Davis on
The Two yard line and scored. The Tinal Touchdown came when Tom Beard ran 25 yards Tor a
TD. STevens used 34 men in This game.
Second game. OcTober 4. S.T.S. - 32 - Valley Forge - 0. l-Tome
A Tremendous oTTensive splurge oT 4 TD's in The lasT period gave The TRADERS a 32 - 0
vicTory over Valley Forge MiliTary Academy. ATTer a scoreless TirsT halT, Larry Davis sTarTod
The scoring by inTer:epTing a Throw and running Tor a TD. In The big TourTh guarTer, James,
Penis. Davis, and Kunlcle all added TD's.
Third game. OcTober ll. STS. - 28 -- Dickinson JV - 6. Away.
STevens' grid machine rolled To an easy vicTory. ATTer Trailing aT The end OT The TirsT
quarTer 6 - 2. The TRADERS unlashed an oTTensive ThaT swamped The opponenTs. ln The second
quarTer, halTbaclc Larry Davis scampered I0 yards and laTer 40 yards Tor Two TD's. ATTer The
sTalemaTe in The Third c1uarTer, Milce Plaxa Threw To Gene Kunlcle who wenT 45 yards Tor an-
oTher TD. "Jug" Mclieever also caughT a pass and scored an exTra six poinTs.
FourTh game. OcTober I7. S.T.S. - 27 - F X1 M JV - 6. Away.
Sparlced by "Owlie" Davis, The hard-hiTTing and shiTTy back, The TRADERS, aTTer a score-
less TirsT quarTer, goT The ball. Davis ran I2 yards on The TirsT play oT The second guarler To
send S.T.S. ahead. ln The Third quarTer, Davis ran 20 yards Tor anoTher TD. Then scoring laTer
on a pass play Trom Bill VVeTTereau To l'Jug" lvlclieever To Gene Kunkle who ran The remaining
I8 yards, The TRADERS Tallied anoTher TD. In The Tinal canTo, Jerry James scored also: Thus
bringing The seasonls wins To 4 wiTh no losses yeT.
FiTTh game. OcTober 25, S.T.S. - 26 - Perkiomen - 6. Away.
The rampaging Traders Turned Their power loose in The TirsT period To score Three Touch-
downs and Then coasTed To a 26 - 6 vicTory beTore The home-coming crowd. George Surofchak
Tallied TirsT Tor STevens as he Took a laTeral Trom Jack Ponis. Ponis inTercepTed a Perkiomen
pass. Seconds laTer, Davis wenT Tor a TD. Also scoring This period was Joe BuTcavage. ln The
asT quarTer, Davis again scored aTTer an inTercepl'ion.
SixTh game. November 8. S.T.S. - I4 - Mercersburg - 6. Home.
Thus Tar unbeaTen STevens Trade exTended iTs sTring oT wins To six as They squeezed a
I4 - 6 vicTory over a sTubborn ivlercersburg Academy. Held scoreless in The TirsT'halT. The
Traders broke Through in The Third and TourTh quarTers Tor TD's. PeTe Ginda blocked a punT
which George SuroTchak picked up and rompeol Tor The TD. The oTher score Tor STevens was a
50 yard iaunT by Davis To paydirT. ,
SevenTh game. November I4. S.T.S. - O - GeTTysburg Frosh - 27. Away.
The Traders' FooTball machine ran aground aTTer six sTraighT vicTories when They meT
a powerful GreTTysburg Frosh Team and suffered a 27 - O loss. The Traders ran inTo some bad
luck and breaks as GeTTysburg capiTalized on all oT These. Pass inTercepTions proved disasTerous
as The mighTy Traders biT The dusT.
EighTh game. November 22. S.T.S. - 20 - Wyoming Seminary - 6. Home.
Halfback Larry Davis showed brillianT broken Tield running as he scored all 20 poinTs in
a 20 - 6 win over Wyoming Seminary.DespiTe The rain and mud, Davis ran 62, l8, and 52
yards res ecTively Tor 3 TD's. Wyoming Seminary scored TirsT aTTer a STevens Tumble. ATTer
The kickoTT. Davis ran 62 yards on The TirsT play Trom scrimmage. In The second quarTer, Davis
inTercepTed a Wyoming laTeral Tor a score and also ran 52 yards Tor anoTher TD in This riod.
Having compleTed a very successTul season,The players carried The coach oTT The muddyefield
as a TribuTe To his coaching. This evenT will be remembered by all.
L. to R. First Row: W. Thompson, R. Grannis. J. Pagnatto. D. Takoushian. R. Arnold. A. Recd, J. Marirxo
Second Row: I. Diehl, B. Wehry, D. Lake, G. Stoncr, A. Fesco. W. Ranck L. Traini. Third Row: G. Kiss
D. Hess, J. Amrscavage, P. Dcttcrlinc, R. Corbin. R. Barrctt, F. Ralston. Fougth Row: J. Straka, Mgr.g J. Rut-
kauskas, C. Lavls, A. Martin, J. Sloboda, J. Stepp, P. Kicrstcd. R. Hontz.
J. V. Foolball Schedule I952
Traders Opponerils Score Dale Where
I8 Pallon Trade 25 Sepl. 26 Home
27 Mercerslourg J. V. 6 Ocl. 4 Away
33 Wyoming Seminary J. V. 7 Ocl. 25 Away
Zl Hill Scliool J. V. 7 Nov. 3 Away
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o R.: NI Slu'ix'cr, IX1. Pluxu, B, Solomon, Ponis, R. Krvll. Sloboda, L. Bolliugcr, G. Bortz, Viclu,
McKccx'cr, R. Nubholtz.
Varsily Baslce+ball Schedule
S+. Francis Prep.
Flizabelliiowm J. V.
Yorls Jr. College
Millersville J. V.
F. 84 M. J. V.
Fliifilte liiewxi J. V,
Valley Forge M. F.
F. X4 lvl. J. V.
Yai-I4 Jr. College
Individual Records For Baslce+ball
Plaxa Borlz Blelko McKeever
Name of Player Qlrs. Played Personals Field Goals Foul Tries F. lvl. Tolal
Plaxa 75 56 58 76 35 l5l
Blellco 70 58 l20 l I5 50 290
Borlz 70 65 104 l I8 78 286
Sloboda 69 54 8I 80 56 2l8
Mclfeever 54 44 9 30 I4 32
Vida 50 45 49 63 26 l24
Krell 28 22 24 23 I5 63
Nablwollz 23 I6 I2 28 I6 40
Solomon 23 IO 9 7 6 24
Shriver I8 I2 5 l l 2 I2
Bollinger 8 8 4 2 O S
Spells 6 5 7 Il 2 is
Piscoriclc l l I O O 2
Porlis l 4 2 2 0 4
Foul Average lleaml .530 485 566 300 l270
Sloboda Solomon Shriver Vida
STevens opened The I952-53 baskeTbaII season wiTh a bang as They romped over ST. Francis
Prep by a 6I-33 score. IT was STevens all The way wiTh BleTko and Vida leading The aTTack wiTh
I6 and II poinTs respecTively.
STevens Then visiTed ElizabeThTown College To play The College J. V.'s. STevens dropped This
one 57-49 because oT Their inabiIiTy To hiT Trom The chariTy line. 5Tevens was behind II-6 aT
The end OT The TirsT quarTer, and 27-I6 aT haIT Time. In The second haIT, E-Town sTreTched Their
lead by I3 poinTs: aIThough 5Tevens cuT This lead To 9, They never regained The Top score.
BIeTko and Vida paced 5Tevens wiTh I5 poinTs apiece.
The Traders Then meT The Alumni and had Ii+TIe Trouble by winning easily wiTh a 59-32 score.
BIoTl:o, 5poTTs, and BorTz led 5Tevens wiTh I3, Il, and IO poinTs respecTively while McAdoo
and 5chuITz led The Alumni wilh II and IO.
York Junior College was The nexT Team To claim STevens as Their vicTim by a score of 75 To
70. IT was a nip-and-Tuck game. buT The 42-34 TirsT haIT score proved To be The winning margin.
STevens came back in The second half as Blefko and BorTz led STevens wiTh I8 and I6 poinTs
Wyoming Seminary also claimed The Traders as Their vicTims. The opponenTs won by a 69-
56 score. STovens was behind 29 To Il aT The haIT. Coming back sTrong in The second half. The
Traders IosT by a I3 poinT margin. Sloboda led The STevens scores wiTh ZI poinTs.
STevens IosT Their Third in a row aTTer being deTeaTed by a 50-42 score aT The hands of
Millersville 5TaTe Teachers College J. V.'s. 5Tevens led The TirsT quarTer I6-I4 buT were behind
aT halT 24-23. The margin oT vicTory grew Tor Millersville as They widened Their lead To 8 poinTs
aT The end oT The game.
STevens ran ouT oT sTeam in The IasT quarTer as Perkiomen won by a 73-70 score. Leading
ThroughouT The game, 5Tevens' aTTack TaITered by scoring only II poinTs in The IasT quarTer.
STovens led ThroughouT The game unTiI The closing minuTos. The score aT The TirsT quarTer was
I5-I4: aT haIT Time 40-33: Third guarTer 59-53 wiTh STevens ahead. Leading The aTTack were
BorTz and Sloboda wiTh I8 poinTs apiece.
STevens IosT The TiTTh game in a row againsT a snappy Hill School OuTcIassed Trom The
sTarT. STevens couIdn'T geT rolling. The final score was 72-47. BorTz led The STevens scoring wiTh
STevens Tinally jumped back in The winning column wiTh a 68-67 win over Mercersburg aTTer
a greaT IasT quarTer. Leading in The TirsT haIT, STevens Tell behind. In The Third guarTer STevens
lagged wiTh a 54-44 score. Sparked by BorTz, who scored I3 oT his 22 poinTs in The IasT quarTer.
5Tevens came Through and won by ThaT narrow margin oT one poinT.
STevens Then meT F. 81 lvl. Fresh aT The local Armory and IosT in an overTime period 58-52.
aTTer a Tough baTTIe. The game was deadlocked 46-46 aT The end of The reguIaTion game. Don
BIeTko led The STevens aTTack wiTh a ToTal oT 25 poinTs.
5Tevens nexT meT a sTrong Toe on Their home courT when They meT GeTTysburg Frosh. Again
The Traders were cIeTeaTed. The Tinal score was 68-56. The visiTors jumped To a I7-I I TirsT period
lead and were never headed. Jerry BorTz Took individual scoring honors Tor The evening wiTh
27 poinTs on IO Tield goals and 7 Touls.
ST:-zvens squeezed ouT a hairbreaTh vicTory over E-Town College J. V.'s as They won by a 67-
66 counT. STevens came Trom behind in The lasT quarTer and scored 24 poinTs To win. BleTlco led
The Traders wiTh I7 poinTs, while Sloboda, Vida, BorTz, and Krell all hiT The double Tigures.
STevens Traveled To Valley Forge where BorTz and BleTlco shared 45 poinTs To pace STevens
To a 79-7l win. STevens Tallied 29 poinTs in The TirsT period To The losers 22 which seemed To be
The deciding margin. The game was ToughT on even Terms TheroaTTer. Boriz scored 24 poinis and
Bleflco 2l To lead The Traders' aTTacl4.
STevens' nexT vicTim was Mercersburg whom The Traders had beaTen beTore by one poinT.
This Time again Slevens won by an 83-72 score. Leading mosT oT The way, yel' pressed hard,
The Traders Tinally won wiTh a bursT oT sTeam in The Third cluarTer. BorTz hiT The hoop Tor 22
poinls To load The Slevens scoring.
V. Zi lvl. visiled Slevens buT paclqecl Too much scoring abiliTy as They won easily by a 64-49
score. l7. 81 lvl. rolled To a 2l-I4 TirsT quarTer lead and were never in Trouble ThereaTTcr.
Yorl: Junior College scored iTs second vicTory over STevens by a 69-59 counT. The game
wasn'T decided unlil The closing minuTes when The Traders ran ouT oT sTeam. IT was a hoTly con-
lesled game as The lead changed hands oTTen ThrougheuT The game. Sloboda led The STevens
scoring wiTh 2l poinTs.
Slevens nexT opponenT was a Tlashy CadeT Team Trom Valley Forge. All The way The STev-
ens boys led, so by The end oT The TirsT quarTer, The score was I4-T27 aT The half STevcns led 42-
23: Third quarTer 5l-367 and The game ended wiTh The Traders winners 78-53. Don Bleflco was
The high scorer oT The game wiTh 2l poinTs To his crediT.
In The lasT game of The season, STevens dropped a 79-68 decision To a powerTul Wyoming
Seminary Team. Behind all The way, STevens ToughT hard buT could noT gain The vicTory. BorTz,
in his Tinal game Tor STevens, led The aTTaclc wiTh 6 Tield goals and T I Touls Tor 23 poinTs.
52. CU. igccoleetball
0 R.: IL. Kunkel. Marino. B. Stcpp. W. Davis. Pisrorick. A. Martin. D. Zcllcrs. R. Slnwvcvki, ll S1111 1
LL. Lear. Hadulski. R. Corbin.
J. V. Baskefball Team Schedule
40 5h FranCE Prep. 25
40 Seniors 35
48 Parron Trade 43
49 VVyonnnq Sennnary 28
59 Perhomen 37
40 I4HI5cnooIJ.V. 4I
57 SI. Francis Prep. I9
54 Mercersburq J. V. 34
5I Lancader Co. Day School 40
44 N4ercersburq J. V. 47
58 PerHomen J. V. 26
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I t R.: li. 'l'1'ipnm-y, S. Mznrzxnn. l". SC'llLll'lFft'I'. M. Kl4iISll2ll't. R. RL-cd. Ll. Krupf, X Mm onxn llcu
Varsi'ry Wresfling Schedule
22 NAerCersburg 9
32 Miiiersville J. V. O
33 Bainbridge 5
37 Perkiomen IO
43 VaHey Forge N1 A. O
24 F. 8 NA. Fro5b 8
75 FJaverford I4
79 Wear Chesjrer J. V. 5
26 Penn Frosb 7
P3 VVyonnnq Sennnary '-E--
Varsily Team Records
Won - IO
Losl - O
Tied - O
W I. T
Schaeller II I5 lb.I 4 3 O
Triponey II23 lb.I IO O 'O
Krisharl II 30 II3.I IO O 'O
Reed II37 lb.I 8 2 0
I'lelricIc II47 lb.I 6 4 I 0
Marano II57 lb.I 9 O O
Krapl II67 lb.I 8 I I
McDonald II77 lb.I 9 I O
Irvin ll'lWT.I 8 2 O
Tolal Poinls Scored - 293
Tolal Poinls Scored Againsl Slevens - 64
Number ol Wins by Falls -- 40 '
Tolal Individual Bouls - 86: Won - 72: Losl - I3: Tied -- I.
Men wilh Ivlosl Falls: Triponey - 8: Irvin - 7
Faslesl Falls: Irvin - 24 Seconds: Krisharl - 3l Seconds
Sam Ivlarano was Slevens' lone champ al lhe l8lh Annual Prep School Mal Tourney al
Among lhe leam slandings al lhis meel during March 2 and 3, l953, are lhe lollowing:
I-lill School 28 pls.: M. I-lershey School 27 pls.: Wyoming Seminary 24 pls.: Slevens Trade 23
pls.: and Ivlercersburg Academy 2I pls.
The Facully and Sludenls ol Slevens Trade School conqralulale Mr. Maurey and his boys.
An cxcellenl season wilh an excellenl record!
Recd Krapf MCDor1a!d
Hefrick Triponey Krishari
I.. to R. l'iil'.Yl Row: Swank. D. Hzlfflvy. G. Sholur. R. Grannis. VY. Brown. Second Row: E. Kirvhncr
Brooks. C. Morton. W, Sfhnvll. E. Schmidt. W. Shillingsford. Third Row: Managers: I". Hvistand. Shook
J. V. Wresfling Schedule
I6 lvlercersburg O January IO
38 Solanco I-Hgh School 8 January 22
O l-lill School 4l February I3
8 Solanco High School 38 February I9
I to R l'il1PIlf low: vvlll. Brown IIi..I.I. Cl. Krupi I-I.l. Iwiurino IM.. IIISIII. IVI. Slmrwvr IIIIII. 220. -I-HH,
N 11. Srlmppvll tI..lI.. IIIIIJ. E. Kunkvl IM,I. D. I'I0rIJ ID.. Sffcona' raw: R. Slzxwfwki III. -Izunvs
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IIIII. IIIIIIJ. A, Maxim IlI.II.. lI.,l.. IIIIIIJ. Wm, Iiraxmr IS.. D.l. D. Iilcfko ID.I. I. C.11ncI.1 IS.. D.I. I I.
IM I: 'I'l11'rfl m:c':Mr. I'rusp1'r IIiIl. .-Xsst. tlourluz IIm'nrIc'rson. Asst. Stull. MQI'.1 II. VVIQ-gzllul I4-IIII. P. Kim--
cl II'.Y.I. Ii. Imzlr IIIIII. 220. II,.I. I5,.I.J. T. Ml'Iil'l'X'K'l' ID.. R. Nnlmholtv fII..I.. Il.II.l. Kiss IWIIII.
I7 Yost III. Ilvrr ISA. CQ. Slmlwr. Stud, Mgr.: Mr. Rolwrt Svhultl. Trzwk QIOZIFIII Missing: IIIII VVCI.U'l'2lll
ivy.. II..I.. Ii..I.l.
Date Opp. S.T.S. Nftfhere
April 22 - Roacling Central Catltoliu 28h SSV3 Away
April 24 - Penn Relayllvlilol First Phila.
May 2 - US. Naval Prep 25 97 I-Iome
may 6 - y.P.M.A. 36 Sl Away
May 9 Y Fot1rtI'sAnnual Invitation Meet Home
Clmrclt Farm l4'f2
Malvern Prep 28
Patton 'Iracle 8lf2
Pennington Prep I5
Perkiomen Scltool 3I
Pa. Military 9
Santord Prep I6
Stevens Irade 67If2
Westtown School QV?
May I3 - Gettysburg Froslm 56 57 Away
May I6 - Perlciomen 26 QI Away
May 30 - Wyoming Seminary
lIo late tor Yearlooolrl
enn Qpc-:lay innero
L to R: Mr. Robert Schultz. Coach: Ellsworth Lcnr. -Icrry jnmcs. Bob Wicgand. and Mickey Shriver
The Slevens Trade School relay learn, consisling ol Mickey Shriver, Bolo Wiegand, Ellsworlh
Lear, and Jerry James won, lor lhe lhird lime in lhe hislory ol lhe school, lhe Penn Relays which
were held al Franklin Field, Philadelphia, April 24, I953. Their lime was 3:38.8.
- Record Makers of l953 -
Mickey Shriver - lied School Record lor I00 yard dash - l0:04 sec. - Broke 220 yard
dash - 23:02 sec.
Ellsworlh Lear - Broad Jump - 2Ill. II in.: - 200 low hurdles - 24:05 sec.
Jerry James - Broke own record 880 - 2:02.
4. 2 5 - ,
"Ouchl Qh-o-o-ol Uiihlw These are The mild exclamaTions among The many ThaT qreeT The
sympaTheTiC ear, Trained hand, and compeTenT sliill ol Mr. Ralph KraTT as he minisTers To The
needs oT The sTudenTf, here.
Whelher They be afnew or pains, CLiTs or bruises, sprains or TraCTures -- all These ailmenTs
are oyenmally broiiqh+ To The Training Room where many oT The injuries or siclcnesses disappear
eller proper Trealmenl.
Should someThinq yeiy werioii-T develop in The healTh or physical well-being oT any regularly
enrolled sTudenT, Then The AdminiwTrnTion conTaQTs The school physician who prescribes more
compeTenT TreaTmenl li v-pilalizalion il ThaT should be necessary. DenTal Care is also provided.
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L to R: Miss Mac Marrow. Miss Elizabeth Bick. Dietitian: Mrs. Lilija Dzenis. Mrs. Alexandra Garklzlvs. Mrs
Marguerite Morrow, Mrs. Erna Borsteins. Mrs. Johanna Leipinch.
With the growing enrollment ot the school, the old kitchen tacilities were not adequate tor
the increased cooking that was necessary: so new equipment was added within the last two
years. such as: gas stoves, dishwashing machine, electric potato peeler, slicing machine, two
large walk-in retrigerators. one in the basement and one in the lcitchen, two new deep freezes,
and repair ot the old potato masher.
Speed and etticiency are Miss Biclcs lcey words in the operation ot her department. With
one head cook, tour assistant cooks, one dining room lady, one salad and dessert lady, a super-
visor over student help, plus several students who are assigned rotating duty here: this depart-
ment serves healthtul meals to a student body ot nearly 300 students.
A tew misled students expected daily brealctasts ot ham, bacon and eggs, sausage, and
tlap iaclcs: two-inch T-bone stealcs tor lunch with trench tries: and loads ot crepe suzettes tor
supper. They soon learned to like the well-balanced diets which are served daily. Most students
leave S. T. S. each year weighing more than they did upon entering here. A tine tribute to an
Piclured above is a lypical seilrinq of siudenls already sealed and ealinq while oihers are
going lhrough llie line wiih lheir lrays colleciinq lheir lood ilems io salisly ihe appeliles of
aclive growing bodies. There are "seconds" for rhose who wanr ihem.
The menu varies from day fo day. Besides oiher foods. The sludenis gel a pin? of millc
for brealdasr and a hall pin? ol: millc each for lhe olhor iwo meals, rhus neliing each boy a
quarl of mill: a day. To slay wirhin rhe budgei allowance for her deparlmenl, Miss Biclr plans
nufriiious and appolizing meals which are served across The sieam lable 'ro The passing srudenis.
Formerly, sludenl wailers served 'rheir individual ral:-les. However, siariing in l95l, ihe
dining service was changed ro lhal of a caleieria in order 'ro expediie rhe serving of meals io
lhe enlarged siiidenl enrollment Everyone, upon finishing his meal, carries our his own 'fray and
helps lo speed-up lhc service.
to ll: Richard johnson, Jonas Beach, William Nolan
.lolm Hambright, IkP Denlinqcr
Sludcnls walking inlo lhe renovafed Recrealion Building hardly realize +l1a+ lhis S+ruclure
housed some live sroclc and farming implemenls years ago. ln l95I, lhis building was converled
lo ifs presenl use.
Visifors en+ering fhe lirsl floor or basemenl' seo sludenls purchasing odds-and-ends from lhe
Canleen. Here are sold candy, ice cream, cakes. lobacco. sporling goods, and some slalionery.
Tables and chairs accommodale lhe iulce box lisreners. Farlher along are lhe lwo darf boards
wilh fheir daily devolees vying for lop honors.
Upsfairs +0 The lefl are Tables wilh checkered Tops lor 'rhe chess and checker crowd. In The
cenfer of fhis floor are rows of chairs lo seal lhe TV onloolccrs. lncidenlly, 'rhe 2I inch TV sei
was earned by 'rhe boys who collecfed purchase slips from lhe Acme Slrores.
A1+he larlhesf end is 'rhe busy pool Table crowd eilher playing or walching fhe 'limpossible
sholsw +ha+ Shumslci or Kosar malce appear so nalural and easy.
So anyone can see Tha? S. T. S. has places for boys 'ro do conslruclive work, and recrealions
lo appeal To fhe whims and nalures of mosl boys.
'iid you now ?
Mr. Hirsch has ordered a boffle of hormones from Penn Sfafe, nof fo iniecf info lazy sfudenfs
buf info lazy planfs. All planes flying below l0,000 feef alfifude fake warning: CORN TASSLES
John Crompfon would rafher operafe and repair movie equipmenf fhan eaf. He's fhe besf
we have. Hope he sfays a while longer.
John Snokus raises and races pigeons. "No sporf like if." says John.
"Jug" McKeever is a lover of sporfs. of oufdoor life, and -,.,ls.
Mr. Hill said, "l do" over T.V. in April.
Mr. Denuel was an engineer on fhe Lebanon Veferans' Hospifal. fhen fhree years lafer was
o pafienf fhere.
Arfhur Shaud likes fo hunf and collecf Indian relics.
Mr. Sfauffer is fhe besf puffer on fhe faculfy. When he is on, his score is in The 70's for I8
holes. Hard man fo beaf in any game.
Mrs. Mefzger has been a Mafron al S.T.S. for 22 years. Her memory for names and sfu-
denf idenfificafion meal numbers is remarkable.
Mr. Maurey was Sfafe wresfling champion in his weighf while in high school.
Mr. Evancoe worked-ouf in Madison Square Garden! Nof as a fighfer. buf as a radio con-
frol man af Radio Sfafion WMSG back in l927.
Mr. Schulfz holds fhe record for fhe mile run which he sef as a sfudenf af S.T.S.
Jerry James broke S.T.S. record for fhe 880 af G-burg in 2.2.
Mickey Shriver broke S.l.S. record for fhe 220 af V.F.M.A. in 23:02 and won fhree evenfs
af V.F.M.A. and Perkiomen.
Ellsworfh Lear broke fhe 200 yard low hurdles al V.F.M.A. and won fhree field evenfs af
Mr. Wagner helped fo build fhe Hershey Sporfs Arena.
Seven boys from fhe Senior Class are in fhe Armed Services: L. Davis, E. Pachillis, Wm.
Hassan. A. McDonald, E. Chrislman, M. Halupa. and G. Leibig. Good luck fellows!
Draffing shop had fhe champion wresfling feam in fhe inframurals.
Mr. Harold McCurdy, formerly Direcfor of Sfudenf Personnel, fook a posifion in April wifh
The Tagcraff Corporafion in Lancasfer. Good Luck. Mac!
Brick Shop had lhe championship baskefball feam in fhe inframurals.
Brick Shop fook a beafin' from fhe five old men: The Faculfy pilofed by Mr. Sfauffer.
School newspaper placed fhird in The Sfafe-wide confesf. Congrafulafions: "Craffsman."
Joe Rogal was fhe winner of lhe Penna. Quiz faken by Seniors!
Bob Shumski wrofe fhe prize winning essay on Thaddeus Sfevens. Congrafulafionsl
Mr. Hower, fhe bee-man, is a follower of Robin Hood. Even makes his own bows.
Mr. Auchenbach goos fo Mr. Hower's cabin fo fish. Lookouf poor fish!
Rumors are fhaf W. Fasnachf plans fo ride his bike fo California fhis summer.
Mr. Jones favorife sporf is deer hunfing, especially around Clinfon Counfy.
Mr. Sfrasbaugh likes fo officiafe as a foofball official. Ofhers like his decisions.
Prinf Shop won fhc inframural championship in volleyball.
Mr. DeVoy was a circus performer in his feens.
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Cheer our Alma Maler
Wilh a rousing cheer.
Giving fo her colors
Bringing lo her service
I-learls as +rue as "s+eel"
Like "maroon for courage"
ls fhe joy we feel.
Cheer our Alma Maler
Cheer our noble school
Thaddeus Sfevens School.
May our lives be worlhy
Of 'rhe sloried pasf:
In lhe mold of heroes,
May our lhoughls be casl
All fha+'s high and noble.
All 'ihal's pure and True.
Springing Lip wifhin us.
Nerving us anew.---Cho.
Helped by helping ofhers
Lel us make each day
Bring wifh glad endeavor
Lighfing up our way.
Wifh lhe use of lalenls,
l-learf and hand and brain
Viclors in lifes baffle
NVe shall crowns oblain.---Cho
The success of any venfure is a mixluife of many
fac+ors in fheir proper proporiions. When fhis STEVEN-
SONIAN was planned al 1'he beginning of fhis school year,
fhe Slaff had +o decide i'rs size, shape. form, and sfyleg buf
fhe biggesf facfor was The mailer of finances.
Wifh diligem' efforf on The parf of lhe Senior Class
members who wen? abou? our area solicifing adverfising,
we managed fo inferesi' enough supporf from YOU, our
Adverlisers, fo malce fhis bool: wha? il is.
Your "Ads" in our bool: are definiie assurances of
your faifh in our endeavors. We, in 'rurn, wish 'ro assure you,
+ha'f our faifh in you is colored wifh fhe warmfh and desire
of being as wise, generous, and serviceable 'ro olhers as
you have been To us!
Again, permif us lo say: Thank You.
Steveno grade School
elaoo of 1953
Milk 'A' Cream -Ar Butter ir Eggs
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HUMOGENIZED VITAMIN D MILK
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Til-IIE MUUDIIQIE DAIIIIQY
Harrisburg Pike Lancaster, Pa.
Shirk's New and Used Cars
ffBa1-gain Boulevard" Shirks Motor Express Corp.
Manheim Pike, Lancaster, Pa.
Harvey Shirk The Best
Prop. Deal in Town
Compliments of Compliments of
Easton Merchandise Company l Weakland AIHOCO StatiO1'1
Hastings, Pa. l Bigler Avenue, Spangler, Pa.
Rl!! lf, King Street
Dolly Nl :ulison Ice Cream
Sonlzis - Suuclaes - Szinclwiches
.422 lf. Ross Sr.
High VVelding Co.
Sanford H. High, Prop.
lelrplioue 3-2909 blames X VVater Sis.
B. B. Martin Co.
LUMISICR -1- MILLNVORK
Links Auto Exchange
HCJAYIII rflfzvjbr ferr lIl0I1ff1'll
Fresh from the Greenhouse
bill S. Queen Street
The Rose Bowl
Lancaster's Famous Air-Conditioned
337-339 N. Queen Street
214-216 West Grant Street
Junk 81 Waste Co.
South Prince and Hazel
H. G. Bancroft, Inc.
"The Best By Test' '
44 North Prince Street
For Your Printing See . .
Antony L. Steckel
45 W. Vine Street
Suits lopeoats luxe does
539.75 to 559,75
Sport Coats and l,eisure jackets
89.95 to 532.50
Coinpletc Line of Furnishings
Adam Hats 55.00, 56.00, 37.50, :ill
24 N. Queen St.
Coe Camera Shop
148 North Queen Street
Bob Hess, Inc.
l Dodge job-Rated Trucks
lfast King and Shippen Streets
1 'lielephone 6247
i and Company
Small Musical Instruments
l lo VVest King Street
for the young set
A BRUNSWICK "jumbo banana split"
always malces a hit!
All your favorite fountain specialties.
Pennsylvania Dutch Room
English Grill Counter
Robert S. Demmy
Radio - Sales - Service
Neighborhood Delivery Public Address Equipment
49 S. Franklin St. Lancaster, Pa P'10nf6822
Telephone 3-4871 East King St. Lancaster, Pa
Rm al ew lers
'Y -lu C Cannon 35 Long
formerly Wise jewelers I
105 North Queen Street 27 South Prmce Street
Lancaster, Pa. Lancaster, Penna.
Compliments Of Ray Inc.
. General Contractor
222 E. Marion St.
Fruit Sc Produce, Inc. I-Amcasrer, Penna-
Laundrolnat HOAK 8: YARNALL, INC.
H3lf-h0ur Laundry Fishing Tackle Toys 8: Games
728 E. Mifflin St. Lancaster, Pa. Charlotte sum I - -r P
L. A. wvynn Compliments
Heating Contractor of
351 West King St. Lancaster, Pa. A Ffiefld
Aero Oil Company
JOSEPH VV. KLO PP'S
'I Pf8'UIi!'I'07l Serhvzke
New Oxford, Pa. Columbia 4-9248
BROTHERS CO. TAILQR
S. li. Cor. Pine 8: Lemon Sts
FORMAL VVIEAR TO RENT
44 E. Chestnut St.
Cooke and Rose
C071 mt1zfrztz'0m'! . -
fg hnterprises, Inc.
Wilson, Jr. Representing
N N The World's Finest
STO RAGE Entertainment
Lancaster' Pa' 246 W. King Street
Phone 2-4506 Lancaster, Pa
Taste and Quality
Phone: Lancaster 4-2616
Piersol Company Inc.
24 E. King St.
General Home Furnishings
The George D. Barbey
Radio, Television, Sound
and Electronic Equipment 1
Electrical Appliances COlL1IHbia, PCHD21,
Reading - 1,:mc:1ster- Pottstown - Lchanon
C. F. F1HdlCy NIUSSQIJS
and SONS Potato Chips
Coal Fuel Oil Finest Quality
Dial 2-6171 Lancaster Nlountville, Pa. Phone 5-5511
Z 1 S 1 I 1
I-I. W. Byers Sc Son
IVIeats, Provisions Zi Vegetables
542 li. King Street
Western Auto Supply Co. I
III Ii. King Street '
CHARLES F. SNYDER
4I4 Ii. King Street
420 li. King Street
R. V. Geyer
l5RliYIiR ICH CREAM
l'bllI1 tain hrrflfirz'
Ann and Green Streets
Shoe Sc Hat Cleaning
Suits Dry Cleanecl 8cPressed
104 Iiast King Street Lancaster, I'a.
Cook --- Refrigerate --- Heat Water
ATLANTIC STATES GAS
For Town Homes and Farm Homes
Over 22,000 Satisfied Customers
ATLANTIC STATES GAS
CO. OF PENNA., INC.
208 E. King St. Lancaster, Penn:-1
STEI G E R
H38 lfast King Street
Phone 2-U5 I 4
Stehli 81 Co., Inc.
Lancaster Transportation Co.
Philadelphia. Pa. Baltimore. Md.
3809 E. Thompson St. 41-21 S. Central Ave.
Pittsburgh, Pa. York, Pa.
153f50th SL. 501 State St.
Pottsville, Pa. New York City
250 Peacork St. Spring St.
Reading, Pa. New Brunswick, NJ.
732 Tulpehocken St. Highland Park
DEPENDABLE CONNECTIONS TO
New England States
N. 8x S. Carolina Georgia Virginia
New Jersey Alabama Delaware
Connections through Pittsburgh Gateway
Illinois Michigan Indiana
Ohio West Virginia
National - Universal - Republic - Acme
Western Carloading - Wells Fargo - Texas
Package Car - Lone Star Package Car - Ter-
minal Freight Forwarding Co. - Stordor
Lifschultz Fast Freight
and all other carloading companies
American Hawaiian gl Luckenbach S. S. Cos.
I-1. WEIDMAN Sc CO.
BODY AND FENDER
628-638 E. Mifflin St.
' Lancaster, Penna.
Alwine Brick Company
Brickmakers Since 1851
New Oxford, Penna.
Oxford Colonial Brick---Concrete Brick
COMPI,lIX 1PlN'l'S Ol"
Your Sfhoof lJh0f0kQ'l'Ilj5AUl
WM. O. FRAILEY 81 SONS
PRESCRIPTION DRUG STORE
250 East King Street
l l002 North Duke Street
Lancaster, Pa. l
Telephone 6179 N Lancaster, Penna.
- Keppelis., Inc.
Reilly Bros. 85 Rauh l M k
Il EFI Qf
Biff 'L' 1' i ii -
Wdpjd I M tg t It Candies That Sell Because
Hardware --- Houseware Tl A G d'
h X I iey re oo .
323-Z5-27-29 North Queen St.
44-46 North Queen Street Iancaster Pa
'Telephone 2'2l3l R Telephone 8214 Found:-tl 1897
Lancaster Storage Co. , Charles H' Dlnkel
342 North Queen Street
i Your Recognizing Gas Dealer Says:
"IVE Sell lhe Bert am! Ser-vice tive RN!"
GAS-OIL PRODUCTS, INC.
301 N. Queen Street
L. B. Herr Sc Son
Stationery Ck Books
Office Equipment 8: Printing
School 81 Art Supplies
46-48 W. King St.
When you think of Printing, think of the
Athens Printing Shop
2.53 VVest King Street
We spare no time and labor to do a gootl job
Business Phone 3-4749
Kranich Bros. lnc.
14- lb Queen St.
'l'o Stevens Trade
VVith Compliments lfrom
J. Harvy Price
Motter Supply Co.
Wlihe Place To Buy Paint"
.42 Locust St. Columbia, Pa.
me Marietta Silk Co.,
H ubbarcl Farms
ttern's Service Station
Bill Matte.-rn, Operator
hing -- Car xVZ1SlllDfI -- Lubrication
,incoln Highway West
A. C. Dillerfvc M. H. Smith
ISI lf. King St. Lancaster, Pa.
Whllpapers: Imported and
COM PL! MENTS Ol"
American Oil Co,
702 lf. King St,
Robert Nlarkley, Mgr.
Trophies and Medals
0 0 S
Fifty North Queen Street
Success to the Graduating Class
of Stevens Trzitle School! CONIPLIMENTS
Fountain Avenue l
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The Class Of
Compliments Of J P y
'Wlflzere to My it"
A FI'lCIlCl Harrisburg Pike and President Avenue
Automotive Sales Co.
AUTO PARTS and SUPPLIES
556 VV. Orange St.
Sayres, Scheid 81
M elz'J Winzr
Sold in All
Red Rose Food Stores
Miller Ik Hartman
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111 East Chestnut Street
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New Holland Machine Co.
"gFirst In Grassland Farming"
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MUSIC I-IUUSC l Real Estate and Insurance
Ulf2lIlC1lSfCI',S Music House" ISO East King Street
.48-40 VVest King Street Lancaster, Pa.
LUBRICATION PHONE 2-92111 EXIDE BATTERIES
1,151-2 TIRES tv 'rl1B1cs CAR WASHING
FRAM Rn.Tt:Rs BATTERY CHARGING
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liast King 81 Ann Sts.
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Year in - Year out
l Quality without a doubt
Penn Dairies, Inc.
Maley 35 Myers
127-31 E. King Street
Sporting Goods and Toys
30-32 West King Street
1 1 in I
Lan caster, Pen nsylvania
Cooper Tobacco Co., lnc.
Z3 XVest Chestnut Street
Flowers hy VVissler
Fresh From Our Greenhouses
A'lzc'11yJ Choirs - Dirtinrtfw
144 - 146 N. Duke Street
John F. Landis Co.
Carhuretor and Ignition House
llntlnor Proving Groundl
T he Hager Store
Famous Brand Clothes
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25 VV. King' Street
M ettfett 85 Bro.
Northern Market House
Choice Sea libod
Prepared Sea Food
Jay F. Bowman
735 East End Avenue
Dial 3-93 3 3
Is goo-il bread!
Handling Gooebffar Proa'za't.f
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Batteries - Recapping - Radios
Television Electrical Appliances
257 North Queen Street
Animal Trap Company
Specialty Screw Machine
T I phone 3-2913
G'Oldest Tobacco Shop
114 E. King Street
Founders and Machinists
POSEY IRON WORKS, INC.,
GOLD AND HYDRAULIC
DREDGES AND ALL TYPES OF
PIPE LINE EQUIPMENT
STEEL BARGES, OIL BARGES,
AND DERRICK BARGES
STACKS AND STANDPIPES
TANKS AND PIPING A.S.M.E. AND
ELEVATED TANKS AND
MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT
CURRENT RAPID BATCH MIXERS
GREY IRON CASTINGS
"IROQUOIS" ASPHALT PLANT
ROTARY KILNS, FURNACES AND
"MAYO" CONCRETE FORMS
TANKERS AND DUMP SCOWS
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1"11m'n1f 1JI.I't'I'f0l' BOX Corp'
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121 S. Prince St. Lancaster, Pa. Lancaster' ld' Lulu
Sends Her Best Wishes!
Chocolate Company, Inc.
24? A-iirri Y Yi I , 1 1 I
Duke 55 Chestnut
The Kandy Korner
150 N. Duke St.
For All Occasions
We Telegraph PYO'LUF7'.f Awwhere
F. T. D.
116 N. Queen St.
Phone 3-3300 Lancaster, Pa.
Lancaster Business School
48 Nenn Queen sf. Phone 8818
Clyde. H. Cooper
154 N. Queen Street Lancaster, Pa.
john J. Eshelman, Pres.
Keystone Bag Sc Burlap Co.
New Burlap 8: Cotton Bags
854 N. Prince St. Lancaster, Pa.
2-4178 and 8414
Tom Shields ffdfbfa
Livestock Trucking Company
Harry "Bud" Bear, Mgr.
Union Stock Yards
Real Estate CSL Insurance
1085 E. King St.
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Sundaes, Sodas, SL Sandwiches
li. King St. ak Plum St.
G. F. Plirr Sc Son
Garden Spot Motor Co.
450 N. Prince St.
FREY c'3c SON
Lumber 64 Millwork
1000 North Prince Street
Lancaster, Pa. Telephone 4-2631
E. K. Forney
Victor Smith Furniture
VV2!tCllCS, IJ13ITl0I'1dS, Sc Silver 7-9 South Lehigh Ave.
135 E- King Sf- Telephone 7788 Frackville, Pa. Telephone 310
Best of Luck to the Class of 1953
COMPLIMI-NTS OF THE H alcrist
Christian C. Rudy, Owner
Conestoga Construction Co
Telephone Lancaster Z-552.4
General Engraving Inc.
8 W. King Street
Your School E71g'l'IlAUFl'
Gillespie H eating and
334 Son, Inc.
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Fine Meat Products
Lincoln - M ercury Co.
Stauffer' s Diner
The .standard Garment
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