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PENNSYLVANIA 



LEBANON 

VALLEY 

COLLEGE 




is the time . . . 
the time of our lives 




able of contents 



ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY 

SENIORS 

JUNIORS 

UNDERCLASSMEN 

CONSERVATORY 

ACTIVITIES 

SPORTS 

FEATURES 

ADVERTISEMENTS 



FOREWORD 



In the life of a college a year is a tiny unit, but each 
unit has its significance. So it is that the Class of 1958 asks 
you to take time out and remember .... 



DEDICATION 



"^e, the class of 1958, in grateful apprecjRion, dedicate our yearbook to 
those most worthy of that honor — -^ 

OUR PARENTS 

The total of what we are or what we ever hope to be we owe to these 
benefactors. ■ ' ■ %. 

Tender care through the years of ourjschildhood was their first task. 
Patient answers to the countless questions of youth was their second. Teaching 
us the knowledge of life's greatest good — truth to and love of our God, our 
Country, and faith in Ourselves — was their greatest task. 

Today, as young men and women,"**?* realize that their love, patience, and 
self-sacrifice were necessary to our well being, but, more important, that they 
formed the pathway upon which we now walk into our new opportunities. 
We dare not forget them now! 

Thus it is' fitting and proper that we, the class of "58", make this dedication. 
PARENTS, WE SALUTE YOU! 



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Yesterday 
Today 

Tomorrow 




In the year 1866, ^vhen President Thomas Ries Vickroy 
hegan teaching classes in the old Annville Academy, he also 
wound tlie springs of a clock, that clock whose dial is the 
symbol of the passing scene at Lebanon Valley College. 

One year later the college was chartered by the state of 
Pennsylvania under its present name, Lebanon Valley College, 
and construction was Ijcgun on its first building. A new insti- 
tution of liigher learning was ushered into the world, but as is 
the case with all infants, it had to lie nurtured and properly 
cared for. 

To this end, there came to Lebanon Valley College a group 
of devoted professors and educators who gave the school a firm 
foothold in the direction of its avowed interest — leaching young 
men and young women to I)ecome l)etter Christians and better 
citizens. 

Countless revolutions of the hands and a few decades later 
found the face of the clock changed even more. Many new 
Ijuildings such as Engle Hall. Carnegie Library, North Hall 
and Men's Dorm now dotted the campus. 

Along with the rise of its physical plant, the administration 
constantlv tried to secure the best available professors for its 
faculty. This policy greatly enhanced the quality of education 
that was being afforded to the students. It is a policy for which 
we, as students might well l)e grateful. 

Today we are involved in another great face lifting of the 
clock svmbolizing the growth of our college. The echo of car- 
j)enters' liammers. concrete mixers, and pneumatic drills from 
the walls of the new Women's Dormitory were lost in the din 
of the new library rising from the dust. 

It appears that the time piece shows no signs of slopping 
or even slowing down. Through the years, as the school grows 
in both academic and physical stature, we will come to look 
with pride at the ever-changing face of that symbol, the clock 
that represents all that Lebanon Valley College is, was, or ever 
will be. 





FACULTY 



ADMINISTRATION 

" A ^td panting time 
toiled after him in vain, " 



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FREDERIC K. MILLER 

President of Lebanon Valley College 




DR. HOWARD M. KREITZER 

Dean of Lebanon I alley College 



D. CLARK CARMEAN 
Dean of Admissions 




A time to build 



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GEORGE R. MARQUETTE 
Dean of Men 



COSTAACE P. DExXT 
Dean of Women 




DR. THOMAS S. MAY 
Assistant to the President 



IVIN B. MOYBR 

Business Manager 



CHARLES SELLER 
Director of Public Relations 



MARION HESS STARR 
Registrar 



GLADYS M. PENCIL 

Administrative Assistant 



JOSEPHINE H. KRIEDER 

Alumni Secretary 



DONALD E. FIELDS 
Librarian 



ELIZABETH WILSON 

Assistant Librarian 



MRS. SMITH 
Associate Librarian 



MRS. MILLARD 
Dietitian 




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Left to right: Miss Gillespie, West Hall; Mrs. Sullivan, Mary Capp Green Residence 
Hall; Miss Kreider, formerly of North Hall; Mrs. O. R. Brooks, South Hall; Mrs. 
Alexander, Sheridan Hall; Mrs. W. Brooks, Vickroy Hall. 



Head Residents 



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^ illiani A. Batchelor 

B.S., Edinboro State Teach- 
ers College; M.A.. Pennsyl- 
vania State College; Instruc- 
tor in Art 



O. Pass Bollinger 

B.S., Lebanon Valley Col- 
lege; M.S., Pennsylvania 
State College; Assistant Pro 
fessor of Biology 



Samuel M. Bradley 
A.B., Moorehead State Teach- 
ers College, Ky.; M.A., Uni- 
versity of Washington; As- 
sistant Professor of English 



Rulh E. Butler 
A.B., George Washington 
University; M.A., Columbia 
University; Assistant Pro- 
fessor of Foreign Languages 




Faculty 



Barnard H, Bissinger 
A.B., Franklin and Marshall 
College; M.A., Syracuse Uni- 
versity; Ph.D., Cornell Uni- 
versity; Associate Professor 
of Mathematics 



Betty Jane Bowman 

B.S., West Chester State 
Teachers College; M.A., Co- 
lumbia University; Assistant 
Professor of Physical Educa- 
tion, Director of Athletics 
for Women 



Alice M. Brumbaugh 

B.S., Shippensburg State 
Teachers College; M.A., Uni- 
versity of Maryland; Assis- 
tant Professor of Sociology 



Cloyd H. Ebersole 
A.B., Juniata College; M.Fd., 
Pennsylvania State College; 
Assistant in Elementary Edu- 
cation 



William H. Egli 
B.A., Pennsylvania State Col- 
lege; L.L.B., University of 
Pennsylvania; Assistant Pro- 
fessor of Economics 



Carl Y. Ehrhart 
A.B., Lebanon Valley Col- 
lege; B.D., LInited Theologi- 
cal Seminary; Ph.D., Yale 
University; Professor of 
Philosophy 



Anna Dunkle Faber 
A.B., Lebanon Valley Col- 
lege; M.A., Ph.D., University 
of Wisconsin; Assistant Pro- 
fessor of Ejiglish 



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Alex J. Fehr 
M.A.. Lebanon Valley Col- 
lege; Instructor in Political 
Science 



Frances T. Fields 

A.B., Lebanon Valley Col- 
lege; A.B., in Library Sci- 
ence, University of Michi- 
gan; Instructor in Spanish 



Samuel D. Grimm 

B.Pd., Millersville State 
Normal School; A.B., A.M., 
Sc.D., Lebanon Valley Col- 
lege; Professor of Physics 



Theodore D. Keller 

A.B., Lebanon Valley Col- 
lege; M.A., Columbia Uni- 
versity; Assistant Professor 
of English 




James Lynn Kline 
B.S., M.S., Pennsylvania State 
College; Assistant Professor 
of Chemistry 



Maud P. Laughlin 
B.S.. M.A., Columbia Uni- 
versitv: Professor of History 



V. Earl Light 

A.B., M.S., Lebanon Valley 
College; Ph.D., Johns Hop- 
kins University; Professor of 
Biology 



Ned A. Linta 

B.A., Gettysburg College; 
M.Ed., Columbia University; 
Assistant Professor of Physi- 
cal Education, Assistant 
Coach of Football 




Jean O. Love 
A.B., Erskine College; M.A., 
Winthrop College; Ph.D.. 
University of North Caroli- 
na; Assistant Professor of 
Psvchology 



John Barry Love 

B.S., LIniversity of Pennsyl- 
vania; Instructor in Mathe- 
matics and Physics 



Ellis R. McCracken 

A.B., Gettysburg College; 
M.Ed., University of Pitts- 
burgh; Assistant Professor 
of Physical Education, Di- 
rector of Athletics, Head 
Coach of Football, Assistant 
Coach of Basketball 



Gilbert D. MeKlveen 

A.B.. Juniata College; M.Ed., 
D.Ed., University of Pitts- 
burgh; Professor of Educa- 
tion 



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Howard A. Neidig 

B.S.. Lebanon Valley Col- 
lege; M.S., Ph.D., Universi- 
ty of Delaware; Associate 
Professor of Chemistry 



Richard W. Neithainer 
B.i>.. Allegheny College; 
M.A.. University of Indiana; 
Assistant Professor of Chem- 
istrv 



Robert C. Riley 

B.S., Shippensburg State 
Teachers College; M.S.. Co- 
lumbia University; Associate 
Professor of Economics and 
Business 



G. A. Ritchie 

A.B., D.D., Lebanon Valley 
College; B.D.. United Theo- 
logical Seminary; A.M., LIni- 
versity of Pennsylvania; Pro- 
fessor of Religion and New 
Testament Greek 




Ralph S. Shay 
A.B., Lebanon Valley Col- 
lege; M.A., University of 
Pennsylvania; Assistant Pro- 
fessor of Historv 



W, Maynard Sparks 
A.B., D.D.,' Lebanon Valley 
College; B.D., ITnited Theo- 
logical Seminary; M.Ed, Lni- 
versity of Pittsburgh; Assis- 
tant Professor of Religion. 
College Chaplain 



Alvin H. M. Stoneciphcr 
B.A.. M.A.. Ph.D., Vanderbilt 
L^niversily; Professor of Ger- 
man 



George G. Slruble 
B.S., M.S.. University of 
Kansas; Ph.D., University of 
Wisconsin; Professor of 
English 



Faculty 




C. F. Joseph Tom 

B.A., Hastings College; M.A., 
LTniversity of Chicago; As- 
sistant Professor of Econo- 
mics and Business 



Robert C. Toole 
B.S., U. S. Military Acade- 
my; M.A., Marshall College; 
Ph.D.. University of Penn- 
sylvania; Assistant Professor 
of History 



Francis W. Wilson 

B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Cornell 
University; Professor of Bi- 
ology 



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Ruth Engle Bender 
A.B., Lebanon Valley Col- 
lege; Professor of Music Ed- 
ucation 



R. Porter Campbell 

Mus.B., Lebanon Valley Col- 
lege; Associate Professor of 
Organ 



Alexander Crawford 
Juilliard School of Music; 
Associate Professor of Voice 




William Fairlamb 
Mus.B., Philadelphia Con- 
servatoryy; Associate Pro- 
fessor of Piano 



Mary E. Gillespie 
B.S., M.A., Columbia Uni- 
versity; Mus.D., Lebanon 
Valley College; Professor of 
Music Education 



Nevelyn J. Knisely 
Mus.B., Oberlin Conserva- 
tory; M.F.A., Ohio Universi- 
ty; Instructor of Piano 



Thomas Lanese 

Mus.B., Baldwin - Wallace 
College; M.Mus., Manhattan 
School of Music; Assistant 
Professor of Strings, Con- 
ducting, Theory 



Harold Malsh 

Juilliard School of Music; 
Associate Professor of Violin 



Conservatory 





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Rernaldo Rovers 

Juilliard School of Music; 
Assistant Professor of Voice; 
Director of Chorus 



Robert W. Smith 
B.S., Lebanon Valley Col- 
lege; M.A., Columbia Uni- 
versity; Associate Professor 
of Music Education; Acting 
Chairman of the Conserva- 
torv of Music 



Frank E. Stachow 
B.S., M.A., Columbia Uni- 
versity; Associate Professor 
of Theory and Woodwinds 



James M. Thurmond 
A.B., American University; 
M.A., Catholic University: 
Mus.D., Washington College 
of Music; Assistant Profes- 
sor of Music Education. 
Brass Instruments, Band and 
Glee Club 





THE HUB OF THE CONSERV 



TIME OUT 



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Pre^ident Miller and Mr. Mover happily di><uss 
the progress of the new \^ omen's Dorm at the 
faculty tea. 



Coach McCracken proudly announces 
our victory over Wilkes-Barre. 



"All set for that recital, Mr. Fairlamh?' 




OddMoments 



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Mr. Rovers surveys the graduating class of 1.'56. 




Looking dignified in rap 
and gown, President Miller 
chats with a few faculty 
members before the first 
chapel service of the fall 
term. 



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SENIORS 



"Mas! Zhe time 
glides swiftly by I 



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W//(^ '$ Who 

in American 
Colleges 

and 
Universities 




DONALD SAMUEL BURKHART GEORGIANNE FUNK 
JO ANNE GROVE RAY LEE KUNKEL 




THOMAS EDWARD SILLIMAN 

WILLIAM CALVIN WORKINGER 

JOANNE YOUNG 



PATRICIA ANN LUTZ 
RUTH SHEETZ 

RICHARD LEE SHOVER 



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Phi Alpha Epsilon 




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JO ANNE GROVE 



GERALD McCORMICK 



CARL PERAINO 



MARIAN MARCUS SCHWAB 



RITH SHEETZ 





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RICHARD SHOVER 



RICHARD STONE 



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Officers of the hour 



Left ot right: Carol Kelly, Secretary; Ruth Sheetz, Vice President; 
Jerry Lego, President; Jo Anne Grove, Treasurer. 




HENRY M. ABRAMSON 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Pre-Medicai. 



LARRY BENNETCH 

JNewnianstown. Pa. 
PsYCHOior.v 



THEODORE BLLMENTHAL 

Hanover, Pa, 
Music Education 



RAMON B. BOEHLER 

Lebanon, Pa. 
Economics 




ROY E. BOUSH 

West Lawn, Pa. 
History 



DOROTHY MARIE BOOK 

Lancaster, Pa. 
English 



JAMES BOYER 

Quenlin, Pa. 
English 



RALOY E. BROWN 

Fredericksburg, Pa. 
History (Pre-Theol.) 



LEBANON VALLEY COLLEGE 



DONALD S. BL'RKHART 

Camp Hill, Pa. 
English (Pre-Theol.) 



FRANK CATANZARO 

Ambler, Pa. 
Economics 





HURRY UP, WILBUR! 



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JOAN CLARE CONWAY 

Dallastown, Pa. 
Music Education 



HAZEL ANN DAVIS 
Salem, New Jersey 
Music Education 



NATHALIE ALICE DAVIS 

Bridgeton, New Jersey 
Music Education 



RONALD DISSINGER 

Lebanon. Pa. 
Chemistry 




ROBERT F. DOSTER 

Rothsville, Pa. 
History 



CAMERON G. DRUM 

Harrisburg, Pa. 
Religion 



BRUCE WEIK EBERLY 

Sheridan, Pa. 
Psychology 



JOHN K. FEASER 

Lebanon, Pa. 
History 



GRADUATES OF 1957 




DREW T. FETTEROLF 

Annville, Pa. 
Pre-Engineerinc 



GEORGIANNE B. FUNK 

Lancaster, Pa. 
English 



■'THREE O'CLOCK IN THE MORNING" 



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DOMINIC J. GARDA 

Annville, Pa. 
Mathematics 



NANCY ADELLA GIBSON 

Everett, Pa. 
Music Education 



M. ELAINE GOODYEAR 

Harrisburg, Pa. 
Nursing 



MILDRED I. GREYBECK 

Windber, Pa. 
Elementary Education 




MURRAY B. CROSKY 

Lebanon, Pa. 
Pre-Medical 



JO ANNE GROVE 
Red Lion, Pa. 
Pre-Medical 



LUKE K. GRUBB 

Annville, Pa. 
Music Education 



ROBERT W. HANDLEY 

Trenton, New Jersey 
Economics 



LEBANON VALLEY COLLEGE 



MARION E. HENDERSON 

Upper Darby, Pa. 
Music Education 



EMMA ELIZABETH HERR 

Lancaster, Pa. 
Music Education 





THIS IS FASCINATING! 



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MICHAEL W. HEVNIO 

Kearney, New Jersey 
Forestry 



JANE M. HOFFMAN 

Ickesburg, Pa. 

Music Education 



CYRUS LEE HOLLINGER 

Front Royal, Virginia 
Chemistry 



LORETTA HOSTETTER 

Lebanon, Pa. 
Med.-Tech. 




FRANK P. HOTTENSTEIN 

Myerstown, Pa. 
Pre-Medical 



GEORGE H. JOHNSON 

Annville, Pa. 
Psychology 



DORIS YVONNE KANE 

Easton, Pa. 
Music Education 



CAROL ANN KELLY 
Towson, Maryland 
Music Education 



GRADUATES OF 1957 




BURIED IN THE BOOKS 



THOS. F. KERSHNER, III 

^ ineland. New Jersey 
Music Education 



NANCYLEE KETTLE 

Hopewell, New Jersey 
Elementary Education 



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WILLIAM H. KIICK 

Glen Rock, Pa. 
Economics 



R. LEE KUNKEL 

East Petersburg, Pa. 
Political Science 



GEORGE KUPCHINSKY 

Minersville, Pa. 
Pre-Dental 



JUNE LYKENS LANTZ 

Annville, Pa. 
Music Education 




WILBUR F. LANTZ 

Annville, Pa. 
Religion 



JERRY E. LEGO 

Harrisburg. Pa. 
Music Education 



DOROTHY LENTZ 

Pbiladelpbia, Pa. 
Elementary Education 



WILLARD L. LIGHT 

Lebanon, Pa. 
History 



LEBANON VALLEY COLLEGE 



EMELIE A. LLDWIG 

Lebanon, Pa. 
Music Education 



PATRICIA ANN LUTZ 

Lititz, Pa. 

Music Education 





THESE FIVE AREN T TOO POSED 



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JAMES R. MAIER 

Lebanon, Pa. 
Economics 



JERE R. MARTIN 

Lancaster, Pa. 
History (Pre-Theol.) 



JAMES M. McCARDLE 

Port Jervis, New York 
English 



GERALD A. McCORMICK 

Johnstown, Pa. 
Religion 




FRANK R. McClLLOCH 

Havertown. Pa. 
Economics 



C. L. McILVAINE, JR. 

Georgetown, Delaware 
Music Edlcation 



LARRY MENTZER 

Myerstown, Pa. 
Psychology 



WILLIAM R. MINNICH 

Lebanon, Pa. 
Elementary Education 



GRADUATES OF 1957 



STANLEY H. MOLOTSKY RONALD J. MOSEMANN 

Camden, New Jersey Manheim, Pa. 

Economics Music Education 



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RT JAMES NELSON 


DEAN F. NORRIS 


CARL PERAINO 


RONALD A. PIERINGER 


Harrisburg, Pa. 


Red Lion, Pa. 


Bergenfield, New Jersey 


Bergenfield, New Jersey 


Economics 


Economics 


Chemistry 


Chemistry 




ROSS S. PLASTERER 

Lebanon, Pa. 
Economics 



WILRUR M. PRIESTER 

Athol, Massachusetts 
Political Science 



J. CARL RADCLIFFE 

Lebanon, Pa. 
Chemistry 



DONALD REINHARD 

Pine Grove, Pa. 
Chemistry 



LEBANON VALLEY COLLEGE 



JACK M. REPERT 

Hummelslown, Pa. 
Sociology 



ARLENE M. REYNOLDS 

Media, Pa. 
Med.-Tech. 




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POLLY ANN RISSER 
Lititz, Pa. 
Economics 



HELEN LOUISE SAUDER 

Highspire, Pa. 
Music Education 



JACK FIELDS SAYLOR 

Palmyra, Pa. 
Biology 



WILLIAM E. SCHADLER 

Richland, Pa. 
Chemistry 




KENNETH W. SCHULER 

Columbia. Pa. 
Economics 



JOHN J. SCHWAB 
Annville, Pa. 
Economics 



MARIAN M. SCHWAB 

Annville. Pa. 
English 



ELIZABETH P. SHATTO 

Hagerstown, Maryland 
Elementary Education 



GRADUATES OF 1957 




GERALDINE SHEAFFER 

Terre Hill, Pa. 
Music Education 



RUTH SHEETZ 

Reading, Pa. 
English 



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ALRIGHT I WILL! 



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LANTA A. SHOLLEY, JR. 

Lebanon, Pa. 
Elementary Education 



RICHARD L. SHOVER 

Annville, Pa. 
English-Philosophy 



HENRY W. SHUEY 

Ono. Pa. 
History 



THOMAS E. SILLIMAN 

AUentown. Pa. 
Music Education 




ROBERT E. S.NYDER 

Red Lion, Pa. 
Economics 



PAUL SOCHA 

Clifton Heights, Pa. 
History 



BONNIE LOU SPECK 

Huntingdon, Pa. 
Music Education 



JACK STEARNS 

Carlisle, Pa. 
Music Education 



LEBANON VALLEY COLLEGE 



RICHARD T. STONE 

Grantville, Pa. 
Philosophy 



THOMAS G. TEATES 

Front Royal, Virginia 
Chemistry 





SERVICE SWEETHEARTS 



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GLENN THOMAS 

Annville, Pa. 
Mathematics 



THOMAS UHRICH 

Lebanon, Pa. 
History 



WILLIAM VEASEY 

Lebanon, Pa. 
Enci.ish 



CALVIN J. WACKER 

Roselle Park, New Jersey 
Music Education 




THOMAS W. WEIBLE, JR. 

Lebanon, Pa. 
English 



GEORGE M. WENTLING 

Annville, Pa. 
Elementary Education 



JEANNE WINTER 

Reading, Pa. 
Music Education 



GRADUATES OF 1957 



OTTO WOLPERT 

Ambler, Pa. 
History 



WILLIAM WORKINGER 

Red Lion, Pa. 
Music Education 



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LOIS YORTY 

Lebanon, Pa. 
Elementary Education 



M. ROBERT YORTY 

Lebanon, Pa. 
Economics 




JOANNE YOUNG 

Haverstown, Pa. 
Music Education 



LARRY ZIEGLER 

Red Lion, Pa. 
Economics 



LEBANON VALLEY COLLEGE 



NOT PICTURED 



MERVIN AMOS EPPLER 
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 



RITA SPENSER 
Lebanon, Pennsylvania 



WARREN S. WENGER 
Annville, Pennsylvania 



WILLIAM C. WENRICH 
Palmyra, Pa. 
Mathematics 



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Remember . . . 



I'LL TAKE TWO, PLEASE." 




i^ENIORS KIICK AND KUNKLE 
SEE TO IT THAT WE NEVER HAD 
IT SO CLEAN. 



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SPRINGTIME. 





JUNIORS 



"high HO OH " 



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Junior Class Officers 



Left to right: David Teates, Vice President. Thomas Reinhart, President, 
Virginia Smedley, Secretary. Joseph Nassaur, Treasurer. 



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Donald Albert Achenbacli 

.^ludeiit Chri-tian A--oi'ia- 
tion. 

"Achy" /i/.s the "lull. (hirk. 
and handsontf" jorntiilu . . . 
studious mini uith it \rii 
for btislirtlmll . . . dii\ sttt- 
dent preparinfi for the en- 
gineering field. 



Lois Mae Alulius 

Student Cllri^tian A>mi( ia- 
tion. College Band, (Jill-" 
Band, Glee Clul), Clioiii-. 
Bra>? En--enil)le. 

She's ti grand gtil lit he 
iiroiiiid . . . long drug jroin 
Toner City everydiiy . . . 
uiinis to teach music. 



Margaret Jane Ambler 

Student (^hri-liaii A>-<n-ia- 
tion. Aljilla /eta (illapter 
of Beta Beta Beta, I'-xdio- 
logy dull. 

J ery serious minded hut 
still Inn to lie icilli . . . 
qtiiet type of charm . . . 
"Marge" . . . enjoys sketch- 
ing and reiuliitg . . . hopes 
to attetxd grnd school . . . 
social icork or occupational 
therapy. 



(^;ir<»l Elaine Anderson 

Sludent (lliii-tian \--oria- 
lion. Delta Lainlida Sigma. 
Sludent Education A-soria- 
tion. Fizzle Follies, Ouitla- 
pahilla. 

Dresses smartly . . . lores 
to get up uith the sun and 
practice in the cimserv. . . , 
pays of) in her polished 
piano playing . . . faithful 
llarrislntrger. 




Edward Alovsius Anderson Jerald (>ra\bill Baelinian 



Student Christian Associa- 
tion. Chorus. 

.4ndy's an all around giiy 
. . . hobbies in sports, photo- 
graphy, and music . . . icfi- 
man chaser, hut has his se- 
rious moments. 



Student (^hi i-tian A--0( ia- 
lion Caliinel, Delta Tau 
Chi. 

Jerry . . . treasurer of Del- 
ta Tau C.hi . . . plans to be 
a minister . . . conscien- 
tious student . . . likes ar- 
guments . . . great sales- 
man . . . creu cut . . . has 
string of female admirers 
. . dependable helping 
hand . . . philosophy major 
. . . lices in Camp Hill. 



iNanev Graee Baker 

Student (Christian A->o<i.i- 
lion. Childhood Education 
("lull. Kappa Lambda Nu, 
Sludent Education Associa- 
tion. 

Stcell gal from IT p.s( Hall 
. . . majors in elementary 
ed . . . quiet, until you get 
to know her . . . future 
.school marni . . . friendly 
and dependable . . . "!\an" 
. . . hometoivn is Hanover. 



Barry Bernal Barnliart 

Student Christian Associa- 
tion, Varsity Football, "L" 
(Juli, Student Education As- 
sociation. 

Short guy uith a big grin 
. . . "Harney" . . . chem ma- 
jor . . . great football player 
. . . proud to say he's from 
Ked Lion . . . altcays seems 
happy . . . trip home ecery 
tceekend . . . born cloivii. 



CLASS OF '58 



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Thomas Charles Barnhart 

Student Christian Associa- 
tion, Quittapahilla. 

Ad go-getter lor the Quitlie 
. . . Eco major interested 
in sales and personnel work 
. . . Tom . . . day student 
from Lebanon . . . easy to 
talk to. 



John James Bell 

Student Christian Associa- 
tion, Kappa Lambda Sig- 
ma, Men's Senate, Student 
Education Association. 

Jack . , . secretary-treasurer 
of Senate . . . Kalo work- 
er .. . plans jor graduate 
work at University of Penn- 
sylvania . . . sociology ntajor 
. . . quiet, usually . . . spends 
much time at South Hall. 



Patricia Lou Bell 

Kappa Lambda Nu, Wo- 
men's Athletic Association, 
Political Science Club, Quit- 
tapahilla, La Vie Collegi- 
enne. Student Christian As- 
sociation, Student Education 
Association. 

Pat . . hails from Hop Bot- 
tom, Pa. and what a hail- 
storm she is . . . laughable 
. . . and loveable . . . full 
of spunk . . . capable and 
dependable. 



Barbara Lynette Bender 

Student Christian Associa- 
tion, Delta Tau Chi. 

Registered nurse . . , at 
Lebanon T alley for B,S. . . . 
lives in Jamestown, N.Y. 
. . . Barb . . . may enter 
mission field, here or abroad 
. . . enjoys music . . . many 
wonderful stories from two 
years at Red Bird Mission 
in Kentucky. 




Janet Lee Blank 

Kappa Lambda Nu, Wig and 
Buckle, Chorus, Student 
Christian Association, Quit- 
tapahilla. 

Jan . . . alxvays smiling . . . 
a sweet gal with brown eyes 
and natural curly hair . . . 
sets a friendly atmosphere 
. . . north looking at twice 
. . . plans to be a med. 
tech. . . . cute ways. 



Jean Blocher Bowers 

Student Christian Associa- 
tion, Student Education As- 
sociation. 

Jeanne . . . a little gal from 
Littlestown . . . began the 
school year with her wed- 
ding . . . petite, stveet, and 
vivacious . . . ever smiling 
waitress . . . hopes someday 
to teach music. 



Rot J. Bowman, Jr. 

Student Christian Associa- 
tion, Band. Brass Ensemble, 
Chorus, Student Education 
Association. 

Loyal S.C.A. choir member 
. . . one of the indispens- 
able backstage crew . . . 
helped with Fizzle Follies 
and the opera . . . hobby 
of coin collecting . . . never 
in a hurry. 



Charles Thomas Brightbill 

Student Christian Associa 
tion. Student Education As 
sociation. Knights of the Val 
ley. Glee Club, Fizzle Fol 
lies. Opera, Chorus, Phi 
Lambda Sigma. 

Charlie ... a truly noble 
Knight . . . always there 
when needed . . . "Glad to 
help!" . . . Glee Club tenor 
. . . paragon of sympathetic 
listeners . . . always neat 
appearance. 



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36 




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Marlene May Brill 

Student Chri>tian As^ocia- 
tion. Chorus. Fizzle Follies. 
Student Education Associa- 
tion. 

Hails from Lancaster . . . 
church organist . . . plans 
to teach music . . . S.C.A. 
choir . . . tihat's the in- 
terest in Michigan State? 
. . . spends week days at 
Sheridan and tveekends at 
Lancaster. 



The 



Be 



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arnianv 



Student Chri-lian .Associa- 
tion, Phi Lanil)da Sigma, 
Men's Day Student Con- 
gress. Beta Beta Beta, Chem- 
istry Club. 

Tom . . . plans to attend 
medical school . . . a favor- 
ite uith the ladies . . . en- 
joys camping, reading, and 
music . . , tennis ichiz , . . 
sharp dresser. 



Barbara Louise Carrender 

Student Christian .-Associa- 
tion. Childhood Education 
Club. 

Barh . , , elementary ed 
major tcho minors in music 
, . . home is in Htimmels- 
toicn . . . always has a good 
time , , . pleasant personal- 
ity , , , is going to make 
a wonderful minister's tcife. 



Thomas Mark Cline 



Student Christian .Associa- 
tion. 

Tom is a day student from 
Palmyra . , . he's knotvn 
to his fellow math and phy- 
sics students as a great guy 
. . . he plans to enter the 
teaching field upon gradua- 
tion. 




Marshall Delniar Cook 

Student Christian Associa- 
tion. Student Education As- 
sociation, Legionnaires, Psy- 
chology Club. 

One of our vets , . . Del . . . 
biology major , - , amateur 
photographer , . . enjoys 
camping and hiking - . . 
pleasant disposition . . . easy 
grin. 



David Webster Cotton 

Student Christian Associa- 
tion, Legionnaires. 

Dave . . . business and 
eco. major . . . hopes for 
a career of art in the adver- 
tising field . . . one of our 
vets . . . one of the "big 
four'' at Stonecipher's . , , 
sensational sense of humor 
, . . hometown is Fawn 
Grove . . . artist extraor- 
dinaire. 



Sara Priscilla Crobaugh 

Student Christian Associa- 
tion, Student Education As- 
sociation, Kappa Lambda 
Nu, Symphony Orchestra, 
Intramural Sports. 

Music Education major . . . 
from Honesdfde . , , Sally 
. . . quiet and reserved . . . 
loves to stvim . . - plays a 
good game of tennis . - . 
plans to teach music some- 
day - - - diligent student. 



George Garrison 
Cunningham 

Student Christian Associa- 
tion, Student Education As- 
sociation, Glee Club, Band, 
Chorus. 

Dependable worker from 
Silver Spring, Md, . . . a 
student in the conserv. . . . 
silent type, knows when 
to keep quiet , , , shy but 
bright smile , , , contributes 
his bass voice to the Glee 
Club, 



CLASS OF '58 



37 




Michael Joseph Cupina 

Green Blotter Club, Legion- 
naire>. Phi Lambda Sigma. 
P>y(hology Cluli. 

Mike . . . another one <»/ 
those vets . . . one of the 
married set . . . tiiinklinf: 
blue eyes . . . great diaposi- 
tion . . . intelligent . , . go- 
getter spirit . . . congenial 
. . . spontaneous humor. 



Barbara Louise Deiler 

Student Christian Associa- 
tion. Chemistry Club, Bio- 
logy Club. 

Btirh^s interest in science 
has led her to enter nurses' 
training at Harrisburg Hos- 
pittd . . . she was one of 
our friendly day students 
. . . certain to become out- 
standing in her field. 



Janet Tingley Deilrieh 

Student Christian Assoeia- 
lion. QuittapahilUt. Child- 
hood Education Club. Stu- 
dent Faculty. 

]an . . . newly acquired 
last name, thanks to Dick 
. . . conscientious student 
. . . contagious laugh . . . 
energetic editor of Quittie 
. . . not afraid to be heard 
in class. 



Anthony Benedict Devitz 

Student Christian .Associa- 
tion, Legionnaires, Political 
Science (_!lub. 

Ton's another happily mar- 
ried day student . . . stu- 
tlious and intelligent . . . 
finds time for the Legion- 
naires and Pol Sci Club. 




Robert Lee Dinernian 

Ba-kelball, Pi Gamma Mu, 
Intramural Director. 

Denny ^'The Croiv' . . . 
transfer from University of 
Cincinnati . . . eco major 
. . . ^'go to the right" . . . 
fabulous left-handed push 
shot from the outside . . . 
crazy chapeiui . . . appeids 
to everyone . . . great sense 
of humor . . . happy dis- 
position. 



Paul DiPangrazio 

Football. L. Club. Political 
Science Club. 

"Dee" . . . mysterious . . . 
serious on the outside, 
laughing on the inside . . . 
good looker . . . neat dress- 
er ,. . one of the "county" 
boxs . . . hartl hitting guard 
on the foolhidl team . . . 
(juiet charm . . . earnest in 
his icork. 



(iarroll Edward Dilzler 

Student Chri-lian Associa- 
tion, Chemistry Club, Am- 
erican Chemistry Club, Phi 
Lambda Sigma, Men's Uay 
Student Congress. 

Midk-es a neat appearance . . . 
majors in chemistry and mi- 
nors in math . . . takes time 
out to enjoy listening to 
music and playing the trom- 
bone. 



James William 
Dougherty, Jr. 

BasUetball, Baseball. Phi 
Lambda Sigma. Qiiittapiihil- 
la. La ^ ie Collegienne, ^ ig 
and Buckle. 

"Doc" . . . contagious smile 
. . . "High School Harry" 
. . . go-getter spirit . . . cap- 
able basketball player . . . 
spoiitaneous humor . . . full 
of spunk and laughs. 



JUNIORS 



38 





Ronald Eugene Drum 


Lois Strickler Dwight 


Hai\ey \^". Ebright 


Millon A. Eek 


Student Cliii>tiaii A->o<iu- 


Student Cliri>tian \>socia- 


Student 


("hri-tian .\ssOcia- 


Student t:hii>tian Associa- 


lioii. Men's Day Student 


tion. Student Education As- 


tion. 




tion. 


Congress, Student Education 


sociation, (^htittapahilla. Psy- 


"Harv- 


is from close by 


.Another of the married set 


Association. 


cholojiy Club. 


Jonestown . . . another se- 


. . . he's a Daddy, too . . . 


Ron . . . English major . . . 


"/.o" . . . English major . , . a 


rious pr 


'-minnie . . . a sports 


Milt ... (1 busy biology 


hi-fi fiend . . . can usually 


aiarritid gal icilh loads of 


fan . . . 


enjoys reading . . . 


major from Palmyra . . . 


be found at Davis Pharmacy 


ambition . . . wants even- 


/i;ie jri< 


ud. 


friendly smile. 


. . . dark ivavy hair . . . com- 


tiiidly tt> teach college . . . a 








mules from Lebanon . . . 


pretty mother . . . spends 








pliuis to enter field of radio 


much time studying in the 








and television after the ser- 


library. 








vice . . . congenial manner. 












Gary Dean Eisenberger 

Student Christian .Associa- 
tion. 

.4 tall pre-med student . . . 
transfer from Hershey Ju- 
nior College . . . a good 
listener. 



Gary Lee Eppley 

Track. Student Christian As- 
sociation. 

Gary . . . "The Dragon'' . . . 
fun loving but has his se- 
rious moments . . . "big'' 
game hunter . . . the better 
you know him the better 
you like him . . . iveekend 
^^gas jockey" . . . one of the 
Junior W oodchucks. 




Helen Epting 

Chorus, Girls' Band. .Sym- 
phony, Orchestra Student 
Education .Association, Stu- 
dent Christian Association, 
Kappa Lambda Nu, Fizzle 
Follies. 

Tall and attractive . . . or- 
gan major . . . can also 
wail on that bassoon . . . con- 
genial . . . earnest worker 
. . . chic wardrobe . . . sun- 
ny smile . . . serious mind- 
ed. 



Dorothy Lorraine 
Eshlenian 

Student Christian Associa- 
tion, Student Education As- 
sociation. (Childhood Educa- 
tion Club, Girls' Band, 
Chorus, Psychology Clult. 

(f onderful friend to have 
. . . enjoys seiving, crochet- 
ing, oil painting, horseback 
riding in her spare time . . . 
"Eorrie" . . . wants to be 
an elementary teacher . . . 
Pennsylvania Poultry Queen 
her sophomore year. 



CLASS OF '58 



39 





Edward Albert Fancovic 

Legionnaires, Psychology 

Club, Assistant Editor of the 
Quittapahilla, Student Chris- 
tian Association. 

Finggy" , . . psych major 
. . , n'ell-liked . . . respected 
by all . . . let . . . spon- 
taneous humor . . . jaithjul 
and diligent worker . . . 
ualch out for his hidden 
humor . . . dependable . . . 
plans to attend grad school. 



Kenneth Ray Fegan 

Student Christian Associa- 
tion, Band. Concert Band. 
Symphony Orchestra, Chor- 
us, Wig and Buckle, Brass 
Ensemble. 

Born cloun . . . backstage 
handy man . . . chief piano 
pusher on recital nights . . . 
avid antique collector . . . 
plans to teach music . . , 
Ken. 



William Jack Felty 

Student Christian Associa- 
tion, Student Education As- 
sociation. 

Bill . . . has a seat reserved 
in the library . . . history 
major . . . plans to be a 
teacher . . . reserved but 
friendly . . . favorite pas- 
time is talking politics ivith 
anyone. 



Kathleen Marie Fisher 

Student Education Associat- 
ion, Quittapahilla, Glee Club, 
Delta Lambda Sigma, Chor- 
us, Women's Commuter 
Council, Opera. Fizzle Fol- 
lies, Student Christian As- 
sociation. 

Kay . . . cheery disposition 
. . . cute gal icith sparkling 
blue eyes . . . miles of 
smiles . . . pleasant person- 
ality . . . day student , . . 
talkative . . . trust tvorthy 
friend . . . cute ivays. 




Erue Dean Fronini 

Student Christian Associa- 
tion, Student Education As- 
sociation, Phi Lambda Sig- 
ma. 

Dean ... a fan of the "oV 
hoe down" . . . two forms 
of transportation — horse- 
back riding and hot rod- 
ding . . . biology major . . . 
eventually wants to teach 
. . . friendly Philo man. 



Barbara Ann Celtz 

Student Chri.-tian Associa- 
tion, Student Education As- 
sociation, Glee Club, Chor- 
us, Wig and Buckle, La Vie 
Collegienne, Delta Lambda 
Sigma, Fizzle Follies, Opera, 

S.C.A. Choir member . . . 
"Barbie" . . . capable pres- 
ident of Student Education 
Association . . . cheerful 
waitress . . . abundance of 
energy . . . usually seen with 
Bob. 



Darwin 


Gene Glick 




Legionnaire 


s. Political 


Sci- 


ence Club. 


Knights of 


the 


Aalley. 






Dar - . . 


loves golf 


and 


cooking . . 


. . great guy 


■ to 


be around 


. . . Dean's 


List 


man . . . 


unique sense 


of 


humor . . . 


man of distinc- 


tion . . . , 


expresses his 


in- 



dividuality in his smart 
clothes and neatness . , . eco. 
major. 



Stuart Gold 

Football, Track, Chemistry 
Club. Phi Lambda Sigma. 

Stu . . . hails from Pater- 
son, N. ]. . . . would be 
lost ivithout "rock and roll" 
. . , J\eidig's man . . . tall, 
dark, and handsome . . . 
honorary senate member . , . 
a charmer . . . on the sunny 
side of the street. 



JUNIORS 




Linda Lou Cordan 

Student Christian Associa- 
tion, Kappa Lambda Nu, 
Women's Athletic Associa- 
tion, Basketball. 

Linda is now in nurses' 
training at Harrisburg Hos- 
pital . . . while on campus, 
she made many friends with 
her warm and light-hearted 
manner . . . sure to make 
a wonderful nurse. 



Nancy Eleanor Grace 

Student Christian Associa- 
tion, Band, Girl's Band, 
Chorus. 

Conservative . . . noted for 
her pretty red hair . . . 
meticulous in every way . . . 
willing to work for her goal 
in life . . . "jiU-of-all trades" 
. . . always cheerful. 



James Ronald Gravesande 

Student Christian Associa- 
tion, Phi Lambda Sigma. 
Chemistry Club, American 
Chemical Society. 

Jim . . . ping pong whiz 
. . . married man . . . suave 
. . . dark, dark eyes . . . un- 
canny knowledge of Eng- 
lish . . . from way down 
in Georgetown, British Gui- 
ana . . . rather reserved and 
quiet. 



Helen Brenner Greene 

Student Christian Associa- 
tion, 

Transfer student from West 
Chester . . . happy Decem- 
ber bride . . . dresses at- 
tractively . . . bridge player 
. . . personality accentuated 
by a sense of humor . . . eye- 
catching baby blue Cadil- 
lac brings her from Har- 
risburg. 




Donald Marlin Grider 

Student Christian Associa- 
tion, "L" Club, Legion- 
naires, Varsity Basketball. 

Don's a proud father . . . 
tall Valley basketball play- 
er .. . likes his baseball 
too . . . member of the 
Legionnaires. 





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Thelnia Louise Hauer 

Student ChiHstian Associa- 
tion. Student Education As- 
sociation, Women's Com- 
muter Council, French 
Club, Student-Faculty Coun- 
cil, Chorus, La Vie Col- 
legienne, Childhood Educa- 
tion Club. 

Liies two blocks from col- 
lege . . . busy president of 
!f .C.C. . . . secretary of 
French Club . . . "Lee" 
. . . ever diligent student 
. . . good friend. 



Grant Fries Heck 

Student Christian Associa- 
tion. 

Snitz . . . fast guy. on the 
road that is . . . like that 
wavy blond hair . . . fun 
to be around. 



Warren Redding 
Heidelbaugh 

Intramurals. Basketball 
Manager, French Club. 

Loves fishing and model 
trains . . . never a dull 
moment with "Gusser" 
around . . . tall, blond, and 
blue eyes . . . can hear him 
all over campus . . . witty 
. . . friend to all. 



CLASS OF 



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41 




Joan Kathryn Heindel 

Student Christian Associa- 
tion, Jiggerboard, Delta 
Lambda Sigma, Delta Tau 
Chi, Psychology Club, Quit- 
tie, Women's Athletic As- 
sociation. 

Always ready to lend a help- 
ing hand . . . famous laugh 
. . . staunch defender of 
virtues of Red Lion . . . 
"Joanie" . . . active in S.C. 
A. . . . plans eventually to 
do some type of ivork tvith 
children. 



Jean Carol Henninger 

Student Christian Associa- 
tion, Student Education As- 
sociation, Childhood Educa- 
tion Club, Delta Lambda 
Sigma. 

Future elementary teacher 
. . . full of fun . . . intel- 
ligent . , . from Sloneci- 
pher's to South Hall . . . 
short gal from Pine Grove 
. . . clever humor . . . quiet, 
hut oh so nice. 



Robert M. Hipp 

Student Christian Associa- 
tion, Student Affiliate Chap- 
ter of American Chemical 
Society, Men's Day Student 
Congress, Chemistry Club. 

Bob . . super office holder 
. . . quiet, but not for long 
. . . quick with quips . . . 
piano and organ . . . enjoys 
being with people. 



Edward Lee Hitz 

Student Christian Associa- 
tion. 

Eddie's a good buddy from 
Campbelltown . . . high I.Q. 
. . . and knotvs hoiv to use 
it . . . plans to be a veter- 
inarian 




Jack Ronald Hoffman 

Student Christian Associa- 
tion, Delta Tau Chi, 
Knights of the Valley. 

Jack . . . Jeanie's great guy 
. . . future Lutheran Min- 
ister . . . ardent contributor 
in discussions. 



John Bueh Hoffman 

Student Christian Associa- 
tion, Chemistry Club, In- 
tramural Sports. 

Johnny . . . pre-dental stu 
dent . . . commuter from 
Lebanon . . . favorite out 
door sport is hunting . . 
ping-pong enthusiast . . 
quite capable intellectually 
. . . takes pride in his minia- 
ture railroad . . . plans to 
enter dental school after 
graduation. 



John Henry Hoffman 

Student Chrij-tian Associa- 
tion, Phi Lambda Sigma, 
Psychology Club. 

Pack . . . has big ideas for 
the real estate business 
upon graduation from L.V. 
. . . getting prepared for it 
as a Business major and a 
psychology minor . . . Philo 
enthusiast. 



Donald R. Hole 

Student Christian Associa- 
tion, Chorus, Glee Club, 
Cheerleading. Band, Wig 
and Buckle. Student Educa- 
tion Association, Fizzle Fol- 
lies, Opera. 

Singing conservite . . . out- 
side interest in automobiles 
. . . would like to direct his 
own professional chorus . . . 
Don . . . lives in Reading 
. . . tall cheerleader. 



JUNIORS 



42 




Tatsuo Hoshina 

Glee Club, Chorus. 

Gifted with a melodiom, 
voice . . . came to us from 
Olsu-city, Japan . . . known 
for his shyness, politeness, 
and quiet ways . . . "Hotsie 
Totsie" . , . even tempered 
. . . good sense of humor 
. . . serious minded . , , nice 
to be with. 



Eugene Roy Hosteller 

Student Christian Associa- 
tion, Delta Tau Chi. 

Gene is a day student from 
Lebanon . . . a pre-minnie 
majoring in philosophy . . . 
his sincerity and friendli- 
ness win him many friends. 



Michael Philip Hottenstein Barbara Cunhild Johnson 



Student Christian Associa- 
tion, La Vie Collegienne, 
Quittie. 

Mike from Myerstotvn , , . 
Quiltie's great Ad Manager 
. . . one of Riley's Raiders 
. . . enjoys delving into mela- 
aphysics and psychic phen- 
omena. 



Cheerleader, Women's Ath- 
letic Association, Kappa 
Lamda Nu. Student Faculty, 
Varsity Hockey, Quittie, 
Political Science Club. 

Barb . . . comes to us from 
Rye, New York . . . L.V . 
C.'s peppy cheerleader . . . 
loves all sports . . . cute 
and full of spunk . . . neat 
dresser , . . happy manner. 




Dorothy Claire Jones 

Student Chri^tian Associa- 
tion. Kappa Lambda Nu, 
Student Education Associa- 
tion, Women's Athletic As- 
sociation, Glee Club, Color- 
guard, Fizzle Follies, Opera. 

Future teacher from the con- 
serve ... a stamp collector 
. . . expresses her indivi- 
duality in smart clothes . . . 
sunny smile . . . would like 
to obtain her master's de- 
gree . . . Dottie. 



Robert W itnier KaufTnian 

Student Christian .Associa- 
tion, Delta Tau Chi, Psy- 
chology Club, Political Sci- 
ence Club. 

Bob . . . philosophy major 
. . . makes his home in 
Hagerstoicn. formerly from 
Neiv Cumberland . . . quiet, 
until you get to knotv him 
. . . visits Penn State . . . 
second Jerry Lewis . . . one 
of the "kitchen gang". 



Aubrey Hanford Kershner 

Student Christian Associa- 
tion, "L" Club, Track, Bas- 
ketball, Student Education 
Association. 

.tub . . . captain of track 
team, also record breaker 
. . . secretary of "L" Club 
. . . out numbered in music 
class . . . easy going . . . can 
be counted on for fun. 



Barbara Jean Klinger 

Student Chri>lian Associa- 
tion, Student Education As- 
sociation, Quittie, Kappa 
Lambda Nu, Glee Club, 
Band. Girls' Band, Hockey, 
Women's Athletic Associa- 
tion, Chorus, Fizzle Follies, 
La Vie Collegienne. 

Hard ivorking picture edi- 
tor of the "Quittie" . . . 
"Bobbie" . . . plans to at- 
tend grad school, then teach 
music . . . loyal tf'est Haller 
. . . keeps things lively. 



CLASS OF *58 



43 




Robert Calvin Kohr 

Student Christian Associa- 
tion. 

Bob is a vet who commutes 
from Lebanon . . . he's 
majoring in Economics . . . 
he plans to enter some type 
of personnel work where 
his friendly manner will 
certainly prove an asset. 



Evelyn May Krammes 

Student Christian Associa- 
tion. Women's Commuter 
Council, Student Education 
Association, Chorus, Child- 
hood Education Club. 

Evie . . . livens the library 
. . . some think she's quiet 
. . . future teacher the kids 
will love . . . "Did you do 
your Spanish yet?" . . . all 
kinds of car trouble com- 
muting to Annville. 



Fred Stuart Kreider, Jr. 

Political Science Club, Wig 
and Buckle, Band. 

From the center of town . . . 
likes to stay up all night 
and sleep all day . . . friend- 
ly grin . . . good all around 
buddy. 



Thomas Harry Kreiser 

Student Christian Associa- 
tion, Chemistry Club. 

Oh yes, he's from Ono . . . 
another mad chemist . . . 
interest in photography . . . 
Tom . , . "table tennis any- 
one?" . . . card shark, when 
it comes to bridge. 




William Paul Krick 

Student Christian Associa- 
tion, Legionnaires, Baseball. 

Recently married to a cute 
L.l'.C. alumnus . . . vet . . . 
"Krickie" . . . hometown 
is Rexmont . . . leads a 
calmer existence since his 
marriage . . . plans to be 
a forester after grad school 
at Duke. 



Clarence Robert Landis 

Student Christian Associa- 
tion, Delta Tau Chi, Stu- 
dent Education Association, 
Childhood Education Club. 

Plans to be a missionary 
. . . seminary after L.l .C. 
. . . Bob . . . subtle humor 
. . . friend to all . . . comes 
from Lancaster . . . S.C.A. 
worker . . . conscientious. 



James Darlington Laverty 

Student Christian Associa- 
tion, Beta Beta Beta, Chem- 
istry Club, Kappa Lambda 
Sigma, Track. 

A great guy to have for a 
friend . . . oh, those eyes 
. . . Jim . . . industrious 
pre-med student . . . should 
be a good doctor . . . loves 
basketball . . . known for 
his good nature. 



John Robert Lebo 

Student Christian Associa- 
tion, Delta Tau Chi, Chorus. 

From Carlisle . . . philoso- 
phy major . . . active mem- 
ber of S.C.A. . . . great 
organist . . . will make a 
good minister . . . friendly 
grin. 



JUNIORS 



44 




Charles Weicht Lightner 

Student Christian Associa- 
tion. Delta Tau Chi, Kappa 
Lambda Signia, Quittie. 

Chuck . . . engaged man 
. . . frequenter of West Hall 
. . . comes to L.}'. from 
Chambersburg . . . never at 
a loss for tvords . . . uitty 
. . . fine speaking voice. 



Fer 



R^ 



omaine 



Liske 



Student Christian Associa- 
tion, Symphony Orchestra, 
Girls' Band, Glee Club, 
Chorus, Varsity Basketball, 
Hockey, Women's Athletic 
Association, Quittie. 

Loves to play hockey . . . 
full of pep . . . future music 
teacher . . . lives in Ann- 
ville . . . attractive dresser 
. . . quiet worker . , . left 
hand sparkler. 



Charlotte Jean Long 

Student Christian Associa- 
tion, Student Education As- 
sociation, Kappa Lambda 
IN'u, Women's Athletic As- 
sociation, Quittie. Glee 
Club. Chorus, Wig and 
Buckle, Opera, Fizzle Fol- 
lies, J.V. Basketball. Stu- 
dent Faculty Council. 

C.harl . . . tall gal . . . lends 
her help in many unys . . . 
supports S.C.A. choir ivith 
her mature soprano voice. 



Robert Eugene 
Longenecker 

Beta Beta Beta, Varsity 
Football, Track, L Club. 

Half-back ivith pushed up 
sleeves . . . bio. major . . . 
L.f .C.'s Indian . . . fasci- 
nating person . . . easy to 
talk to . . . ladies^ man . . . 
asset to the football team 
. . . "Big Ten" Bob. 




Ralph Harold Lutz 

Student Christian Associa- 
tion, Pi Gamma Mu, Psy- 
chology Club. 

He's taken the fatal step 
and glad about it too . . . 
quiet and studious . . . mem- 
ber of Pi Gamma Mu . . . 
"Lutzie" . . . hobby is sports 
officiating. 



Carol Ann Mark 

Student Christian Associa- 
tion, Kappa Lambda Nu, 
Psychology Club. 

Loyal member of Clio . . . 
serious gal . . . interested 
in helping others . . . quiet 
mannered. 



Vincent Martinicchio 

Football. Baseball. L Club. 

} ince "The Prince" ... a 
"county" boy . . . dark and 
handsome . . . line-smashing 
half-back . . . the "great 
pretender" . . . drives a 
power-packed Chevy . . . 
contagious grin. 



Roberta Kay McBride 

Student Christian Associa- 
tion, Kappa Lambda Nu, 
.Student Education Associa- 
tion, Chorus, Concert Band, 
.Symphony Orchestra, Glee 
Club Orchestra, Woodwind 
Quintette, G i r I s' Band, 
Quittie staff. 

Birdie . . . music education 
major from Huntingdon . . . 
flutist . . . pretty dark hair 
. . . plans to teach music 
after graduation . . . cor- 
respondent ivith Rochester, 
/Veto York . . . sweet and 
lovely. 



CLASS OF '58 



45 




Jack Mars McDonald 

Student Christian Associa- 
tion, Phi Lambda Sigma, 
"L" Club Track, Student 
Faculty Council, Chorus, 
Psychology Club. 

Eco major . . . Mac . . . 
plans eventually to take 
over his father's business 
. . . from the Capital of 
Pennsylvania . . . happy- 
go-lucky . . . easy to knotv. 



Peter Paul McEvoy 

Student Christian Associa- 
tion, Student Education As- 
sociation, Childhood Educa- 
tion Club, Baseball, Basket- 
ball, "L" Club, Intramural 
Sports. 

^^Macadoo" . . . I\etv Jersey- 
ite from Setvell . . . letter- 
man . . . member of Intra- 
mural Sports Council . . . 
easy talker, especially ivith 
the opposite sex. 



Samuel Edgar McLinn 

Student Christian Associa- 
tion, Phi Lambda Sigma, 
Chemistry Club, Wig and 
Buckle, Quittie, Intramural 
Sports. 

Nice looking . . . sharp 
dresser . . . Sam . . . trust- 
northy . . . treasurer of 
the Chem Club . . . table 
tennis champ . . . quiet and 
conscientious pre-med stu- 
dent . . . hails from Harris- 
burg . . . friend to all. 



Marie Ann Meyer 

Student Christian Associa- 
tion, Delta Lambda Sigma, 
Student Education Associa- 
tion, Opera. 

Elementary Education ma- 
jor . . . from the Garden 
Spot of the World . . . small, 
but peppy . . . one of the 
old North Hallers . . . known 
for her antics . . . Delphian 
gat . . . sparkling blue eyes 
. . . enjoys dancing. 




Harriet Mickey 

Student Christian Associa- 
tion, Chorus, Student Edu- 
cation Association, Delta 
Lambda Sigma. La Vie Col- 
legienne. 

Cute as can be . . . engaged 
to Chuck . . . Mickey . . . 
pretty brown eyes and hair 
, . . sweet and generous . . . 
talents lie in the music field 
. . . knit wit. 



Lester LeRoy Miller, Jr. 

Chemistry Club, L Club. 
Kappa L a m b d a Sigma, 
Knights of the Valley, Var- 
sity Baseball. Freshman 
Class Treasurer. Sophomore 
Class Vice-President. 

Hails from Valley I iew . . . 
on the quiet side, but min- 
gles tvell, especially with 
the opposite sex . . . future 
M.D. . . . "left-over" Les 
. . . happy disposition . . . 
sets a friendly atmosphere. 



Sally Ann Miller 

Delta Lambda .Sigma, Chor- 
us, Glee Club, Color Guard, 
Jiggerboard, Quittie. 

Our little song bird . . . 
gifted with a beautiful voice 
. . . loves horseback riding 
. . . miles of smiles . . . her 
second home is the conserv 
. . . pretty and popular. 



Donald Arthur Misal 

Student Christian Associa- 
tion, Delta Tau Chi. 

A Maryland man ivith a 
philosophy major . . . has 
high hopes for the ministry 
. . . Don icill reach them 
too ... a really nice guy. 



JUNIORS 



46 




James Avars Mil<-lit'll. Jr. 

Kappa Lambda Sigma, 
(Juitlie. Political Srienre 
Club. ■Sig and Buckle. Stu- 
dent Chri-tian A~-ociation. 

A renl swell indii idiial . . . 
dependable . . . ii man (if 
many activities . . . great 
gHV lo know and a good 
pal lo have around . . . ver- 
satile student . . . Pres. of 
Kalo . . . backbone of 
"Quittie" on the business 
side. 



Robert ('arson Monroe 



Student 


Christian 




A, 


socia* 


tion. 












Happ\-s 


o-lucky . 






.soon 


ivill 


eel 


obrate his 


fi 


rst 


tied- 


ding 


anniversary . 




. 


nlker 


tcith 


big 


ideas. 









Joseph Nassaur 

Student Chri>lian .\ssocia- 
tii)n. Phi Lambda Sigma, 
Trea>urer of Junior Clas>, 
Ba>eball, Intramural Sports. 

() u r favorite "Brooklyn 
Hum" . . . Joe . . . cham- 
pion dining hall waiter . . . 
engaged to girl back home 
. . . "Does anyone want 
hoagies'/" . . . plans to be 
a C.P..4. . . . veep of Philo. 



Ruth Ellen Obert 

Student Christian Associa- 
tion. Student Education As- 
>ociation. Delta Lambda 
Sigma. Girl>' Band, Chorus, 
Fizzle Follies. 

Huthie . . . makes her home 
in Liverpool . . . she is a 
music major . . . the piano's 
her pel . . . I.oyd Delphian 
gal . . . good friend. 




John Porter Ollinger 

Football, Baseball, Basket- 
ball, Student Cbri-tian A^- 
soriation. Chorus, ^ ig and 
Buckle, Psychology Club, 
Education Associa- 
Club, Phi Lambda 



Student 
tion, L. 
Sigma. 

A frosh 
ilresser 



her . . . sharp 
. a letter man 
. . . fanatic on evolution . . . 
dynamic personality . . 
"The Oils" . . . ardent sports 
fan . . . plays kicker extra- 
ordinary. 



Charlotte .Ann Pierson 

Student Christian Associa- 
tion, Symphony Orchestra. 
Glee Club, ^ ig and Buckle, 
Chorus. Fizzle Follies, 
Opera. 

"Totty" . . . alias Sabrina. 
Antigone. Marie, and Laura 
. . . president of ff ig and 
Buckle . . . teaches dancing 
to children . . . frantic 
flurry . . . sleep ivalks 
through fire drills . . . we 
foresee a future Broadway 
star. 



Eugene Joseph Pietreniak 

Phi Lambda Sigma, Track, 
L Club, Intramural Soprl>. 

Pete . . . Junior W oodchuck 
. . . bio. major . . . treasurer 
of Philo . . . the "Giant" 
. . . happy manner, spon- 
taneous humor . . . a "coun- 
ty" boy . . . frequent trips 
to Reading . . . big fellow 
tvith n big heart. 



Richard Eugene Powell 

Student Christian .Associa- 
tion, Band, Brass Ensemble, 
Chorus. 

Dick . . . loves hot rods 
. . . wants to continue his 
music education in grad 
school . . . quiet in his 
own way . . . good sense 
of humor . . . congenial . . . 
"If atch it gals, he's got a 
smooth line!" 



CLASS OF 



5 8 



47 




Sessaly Ann Prugh 

Student Christian Associa- 
lion. Delta Tau Chi. Delta 
Lambda Sigma, Student Edu- 
cation Association. Girls' 
Band, Symphony Orchestra, 
Chorus. 

Sess . . . genuine regard for 
others . . . has a ready gig- 
gle . . . faithful violinist 
. . . thoroughness and pa- 
tience personified. 



John Franklin Ray 

Student Christian Associa- 
tion. 

Great guy from Robesonia 
. . . good head for figures 
. . . math minor . . . talka- 
tive . . . goes in for outdoor 
sports. 



Chester Theodore Rebok 

Student Christian Associa- 
tion, Kappa Lambda Sigma, 
Wig and Buckle, French 
Club, Quittie. 

Editor of Kalo's Red and 
Gold . . . ahi'ays willing to 
help . . . Chet . . . the jet 
. . . comes from the great 
little town of Steelton . . . 
can always he counted on 
. . . English major. 



Ruth Reddinger 

Student Christian Associa- 
tion. 

One half of the college 
nursing team . . . easy on 
the eyes . . . from "next 
door" Cleona . . . warm 
and friendly manner . . . 
takes time out of her busy 
schedule for ice skating and 
dancing. 




Thomas Charles Reinhart 

Junior Class President, 
Kappa Lambda Sigma, 
Knights of the Valley, 
Quittie, Men's Senate, Fool- 
ball, Baseball, L Club. 

Our Pres . . . terrific dresser 
, . . the veep of Kalo . . . 
goodlooker . . . a man of 
tnany talents . . . pillar of 
strength to our class . . . 
ardent sports fan. 



Marvin Lee Riee 

Student Christian Associa- 
tion Cabinet, Delta Tau 
Chi. 

Red hair . . . proud of being 
from Hagerstown . . . S.C.A. 
choir . . . Is that a southern 
drawl? . . . one of the 
kitchen crew . . . pre-min- 
isteriul . . . Marv . . . will 
he an asset to the Seminary 
in Dayton. 



Mary Ellen Risser 

Delta Lambda Sigma, Stu- 
dent Education Association, 
Student Faculty, Chorus, 
Childhood Education Club, 
Quittie. 

Personality pius . . . attrac- 
tive wardrobe . . . future 
El. Ed. teacher . . . one of 
the Colgate smile sisters . . . 
busy little gal . . . ambi- 
tious tvorker who tries hard 
. . . unassuming and polite 
. . . sweet as candy. 



Rosemary Diane Ruhl 

Student Christian Associa- 
tion, Student Education As- 
sociation, Pi Gamma Mu, 
Political Science Club. 

Sunshine in her smile . . . 
"Tootie" ... (IS sweet as can 
be . . . hidden artistic tal- 
ent . . . secretary of Pol 
Sci Club . . . avid history 
student . . . heart of gold 
. . . not easily perturbed. 



JUNIORS 



48 




Student Chri^tian Associa- 
tion. Chorus, Band. 

Conseri lie uho is an ac- 
complished organist . . 
lends music to chapel pro- 
grams . . . Dave . . . travels 
daily from Myerstoivn . . . 
ready and tvilling to help 
any good cause . . . friendly 
and congenial manner. 



Student Christian Associa- 
tion, Psychology Club, 
Childhood Education Club, 
Delta Lambda Sigma. Stu- 
dent Education Association. 

Eileen . . . married not too 
long ago . . . short gal who 
minors in music, majors in 
elementary ed . . . enjoys 
talking . . . organist in the 
First Evangelical Lutheran 
Church in Annville . . . tvell 
liked. 



Student Christian Associa- 
tion. Legionnaires. 

Chuck . . . commutes daily 
from Hummetstoicn . . . 
majoring in economics . . . 
sports car fan ... a good 
Joe in any croivd. 



wood Seibert 



Student Christian Associa- 
tion, Marching Band, Con- 
cert Band. 

Quiet . . . sousaphone player 
. . . pleasing personality 
. . . deep voice . . . admits to 
being a menace on the road 
. . . "Lin". 




Robert Dale Sensenig 

Student Christian Associa- 
tion. Beta Beta Beta. Intra- 
mural Sports. 

Bob . . . from the big toivn 
of Lititz . . . biology major 
. . . deadly ping-pong player 
. . . fun loving . . . friendly 
. . . one of the former 
"Men's Annex boys" . . . 
one-time high dive champ 
of the Annville Quarry. 



Rodney Carroll Shaffer 

Student Chri^tian Associa- 
tion, Chorus. Glee Club. 

One who need not worry 
about calories . . . his hob- 
by is tropical fish . . . Rod 
. . . li hat's in the brief- 
case? . . . the guy with the 
portable seat cushion . . . 
number one repairman for 
the dumb waiter in the 
dining hall. 



Marcia Ann Shirley 

Student Christian Associa- 
tion. Delta Lambda Sigma. 
French Club. Majorette, 
\^ ig and Buckle. 

"Marcy" . . . petite Southern 
Hclie . . . cute and viva- 
cious . . . gal icith three 
firs! names . . . displays a 
talent for dancing . . . she 
has a way u'ilh everyone, 
especially the opposite sex. 



Gary Henry Sipe 

Student Christian .Associa- 
tion, Kappa Lambda Sigma, 
Chemistry Club, Men's Day 
Student Congress. 

Devoted Kalo man . . . 
serious day student . . . 
biology major . . . spends 
bettveen-class time in the 
library. 



CLASS OF 



5 8 



49 




Virginia Elsie Sniedley 

Student Christian Associa- 
tion Cabinet, Childhood 
Education Club, Quillie, 
Kappa Lambda Nu, Reli- 
gious Emphasis Week 
Chairman. Secretary of Jun- 
ior Class. 

Certain to be a favorite 
teacher in elementary 
school . . . Ginny . . . spar- 
kle of any crowd . . . fabu- 
lous friend to have . . . 
active in S.C.A. . . . U7i- 
limited abilities . . . love 
those dark eyes. 



Richard Smith 

Student Christian Associa- 
tion. 

A real great guy who is 
majoring in biology . . . he 
makes his home in Carlisle 
■ . . . a sports fan, he enjoys 
playing football . . . Dick 
wants to enter the teaching 
field. 



Joseph Kenneth Snare 

Student Christian Associa- 
tion, Political Science Club. 

Joe . . . seen in uniform 
on Naval Reserve nights 
. . . comes from Camp Hill 
. . . plans to enter some 
type of parole or correc- 
tional work . . . ivorks hard, 
but has fun too. 



Mary Ellen 3nyder 

Student Christian Associa- 
tion, French Club, Psychol- 
ogy Club. 

Sue . . . ever ready smile 
. . . flair for clothe! . . . 
gets along ivell with just 
about everybody . . fasci- 
nating attraction for the 
opposite sex , . . her hobby 
— "knit one, purl two." 




Jack Elmer Spearing 

Student Christian Associa- 
tion, Marching Band, Con- 
cert Band, Glee Club, 
Chorus. 

Jack is a music major with 
a minor in business . . . 
plans to enter the field of 
teaching . . . n member of 
our otvn Dutch Band . . . 
hometown is Lewistoivn. 



Elizabeth Rose Speicher 

Elementary Education Club, 
Kappa Lambda Nu, Stu- 
dent Education Association, 
Women's Athletic Associa- 
tion. 

Football Queen of '54 . . . 
Libby . . . a cloivn at heart 
. . . dark hair ivith misty 
blue eyes . . . lively . . . 
rates a second glance . . . 
saucy spirit . . . cute ways. 



John H. Sproul 

Football, Legionnaires, In- 
tramural Sports. 

A "county boy" . . . goes 
to work on a bike . . . one 
of the married gang . . . 
liberal arts major . . . one 
of the mischievous mem- 
bers of our class . . . keeps 
everyone gaily laughing . . . 
"Jelly-Roll" Sproul. 



Joe Leroy Slauffer 

Football, Baseball, L Club. 

Joe . . . weekend worrier 
from Red Lion . . . subtle 
humor . . . football dynamo 
. . . eco. major . . . genuine 
and unpretentious friend . . . 
the better you know him, 
the better you like him . . . 
pleasant disposition . . . 
hard worker . . . sets a 
friendly atmosphere. 



JUNIORS 



50 



.-i 




James 


Ric 


hard Sleffy 


Student 


Christian A 


ssocia- 


tion, Quitlie. 






Serious 


day 


student 


from 


Avon . . 


. cute grin . 


. . on 


"Quittie's 


business staff . . . 


Jim 


. 


rugged 


Riley 


Raider. 









Darlene June Steiner 

Student Christian Associa- 
tion Cabinet, Delta Tau Chi, 
Chorus, Student Educa- 
tion Association, Jigger- 
board, Manager for Girls" 
Hockey. 

Conserr student ... on 
"angel" from Paradise, Pa. 
. . . alti'ays full of fun . . . 
Music Deputation Chairman 
of Delta Tau Chi . . . ejfi- 
cient secretary of Jigger- 
board. 



Mildred Ann Stinenian 

Student Christian Associa- 
tion, Student Exlucation As- 
sociation. Childhood Educa- 
tion Club, Quittie. Delta 
Lambda Sigma, May Day. 

Millie . . . Colgate smile 
. . . favorite topic — George 
. . . sueet senorita majoring 
in elementary ed. . . . loyal 
to Sheridan . . . dreamer 
. . . otins "Pepi" the para- 
keet . . . "Miss Dependa- 
bility". 



Harold Pearson Swanger 

Student Christian Associa- 
tion. 

Sociology major . . . Hal 
. . . commutes from Myers- 
toicn , , . one of our vets 
. . . stvell person to be 
around. 




Mary Elizabeth Swope 

Student Christian Associa- 
tion, Glee Club, Chorus, 
Girls' Band. 

Mary . . . plans to be a 
music teacher . . , lovei 
mezzo-soprano voice . . 
great impersonator . . . big 
dark, sparkling eyes . . 
visits Annapolis frequently 
, . . fun loving. 



Charles David Teates 

.^tudent Christian Associa- 
tion, Phi Lambda Sigma, 
Chemistry Club, Beta Beta 
Beta, Men's Senate, Vice- 
president of Junior Class. 

Capable Philo president . . . 
treasurer of Chem Club , . . 
pre-nied student . . . true 
southern gentleman. 



Joseph Toy 

Football, BasebalL L Club. 

Music El. Ed. is Joe's favor- 
ite . . . our football ivhiz- 
kid . . . small but mighty 
. . . will make a good coach 
. . . good things come in 
small packages . . . hails 
from Kittanning, Pa. . . . 
uitty . . . everybody's friend 
... go getter spirit. 



James Daniel Tyson 

Student Christian Associa- 
tion, Band, Chorus, Sym- 
phony Orchestra, Junior 
Varsity Basketball, Intramu- 
ral Sports, Student Educa- 
tion Association, Glee Club, 
Orchestra. Brass Ensemble, 
^^ oodwind Quintette. 
Jim . . . big talker . . . a 
conservative . . . plans to 
teach . . . one of the kit- 
chen creiv . . . outstanding 
French horn player . . . 
keeps you laughing. 



CLASS OF '58 



£5!E^?s;??:?> 




Joseph Anthony ^ erdonne 

Student Chii^lian Associa- 
tion. 

Joe ... a transfer major- 
ing in chemistry . , . plans 
to continue his ivork in Del- 
aware L niiersity . . . spends 
his time between classes 
playing pinochle and sleep- 
ing . . . enjoys fishing and 
hunting too. 



Beverly Ann ^ alp 



Student Christian Associa- 
tion, Student Education As- 
sociation, Childhood Educa- 
tion Club, Kappa Lambda 
Nu. 

Cute gal from South Hall 
. . . one of the shortest . . . 
"Bev" . . . tiny feet . . . 
hails from Allentoivn . . . 
always studying, but alivays 
has time for fun. 



Beverlv Anne Weaver 



Student Christian Associa- 
tion. Student Education As- 
sociation. Delta Lambda Sig- 
ma, Girls" Band, Brass En- 
semble, Chorus, Band Color 
Guard. 

A slender miss . . . from 
the town of Akron. Pa. . . . 
"Bev" . . . loyal to Del- 
phian . . . pleasant smile 
for everyone, especially Lin 
. . . reliable . . . future 
music teacher. 



Ronald Blair Weinel 



Knights of the Valley, Foot- 
ball, L Club. 

Ron . . . watch out for his 
hidden humor . . . great 
weight lifter . . . fast moving 
guard . . . the better you 
know him the better you 
like him . . . genuine and 
unpretentious friend . . . on 
the sunny side of the street. 




Sandra Jean \t eit 

Student Christian Associa- 
tion Cabinet, Delta Tau 
Chi, Kappa Lambda Nu, 
^ omen*? Athletic Associa- 
tion, Student-Faculty Coun- 
cil. Intramural Sports. 

Sandy . . . from the home 
of Litilz pretzels . . . socio- 
logy major . . . wonderful 
friend . . . energetic worker 
. . . goalie for our hockey 
team . . . many abilities . . . 
loyal to Clio. 



Jay Harold Weitzel 

Student Christian Associa- 
tion, Band. Symphony Or- 
che-tra. Clarinet Quintet, 
Chorus, Student Education 
Association, Opera, Fizzle 
Follies. 

Cool clarinetist . . . "Hal" 
. . . hi-fi enthusiast . . . can 
idways be counted on for 
fun . . . already giving pri- 
vate lessons . . . soloist tcith 
the Symphony. 



Donna Margaret 
Williamson 

Student Christian Associa- 
tion. Somen's Athletic As- 
sociation. Delta Lambda 
Sigma, ^ ig and Buckle, La 
Vie Collegienne, Quittie. 
Girls' Band, Concert Band, 
Chorus, Basketball, Opera, 
Fizzle Follies. 

Future music teacher . . . 
flirtatious blue eyes . . . full 
of fun . . . ivell knoicn per- 
sonality . . . peps up the 
Coed . . . clothes galore . . . 
friend in need. 



Student 
tion. 



Glenda Lee Wilson 

Christian Associa- 



Futur 



' elementary teache 
beautiiul smile . . 



party goer . . 
she's pinned 
conscious . . 



sorry fellas, 
. . clothes 
friendly. 



JUNIORS 



52 




Gerald Shober 
Wingonrolh 

Student Chri?lian As>o<ia- 
tion. Opera, Glee Cluli, 
Chorii>. Intramural Ba-ket- 
liall, \olle>liall. Student 
Edueation As^oriation, Fiz- 
zle Follies. 

A carefree consenite . . . 
Jerry . . . hnih jrom Reams- 
toiin . . . hopes to he ii 
music teacher ivhen icorfi 
for I iicle Sarti is finished 
. . . fun to knotv. 



James Franklin Vi olfe 

Football. Cliemi>lry Cluli, 
Men"- Senate. L (Uul). 

lilontl. hltif eyed letter man 
. . . consrientous chem ma- 
jor . . . /if//7s from Dallas- 
l(mn . . . hard to more 
tackle of the football team 
. . . (fuick nit . . . hiii man 
xcith a little car. 



James Clifford Wright 

Student Gliri>tian A>>0( ia- 
tion. (!lieiiii>lry C!ul>, I'lii 
Fanilida Sipnia. Wip and 
Kuckle. Student Faculty 
CAiuncil. 

Jim . . . comes from way 
doicii south in Louisville, 
Ky. ... a real character 
. . . chem jnajor . . , necer 
lias trouble lidkiiiji . . . 
ready and willing to create 
lauuhter. 



Susan R. Zimiiu'rman 

Student (]liri-tian Assoiia- 
lion Cabinet. Student Gbri-- 
tian Association Gboir. Del- 
la Tau Chi, Student Eduia- 
lion As>ociation, College 
Hand, (iirl's Hand, (ilee 
Club, Clioru-. Cl.ninet En- 
^emble. Fizzle Fidlie>, Ex- 
ecutive Hoard, Opera, Quit- 
lie. L Book ."^taff. 

Fine iiianist . . . can (dways 
be found in the conserv . . . 
faithfid worker . . . soft 
dark hair and sna/yping eyes 
. . . a friend in need. 



Those Not Pictured 



EARL VICTOR EDRIS 

Lebanon, Pennsylvania 
Physics 



JERRY S. LI.NNEKI!\ 

Harrisburg, Penn-ylvania 
Mathematics 



VINCENT P. LUPO 

Trenton, New Jersey 
Economics 



MAYLORRAINE A. SEIDEL 

Annville, Pennsylvania 
NlRSINC 



CLASS OF '58 



SANDY R. STOVER 

Hershey, Pennsylvania 
Chemistry 



53 





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JAMES MITCHELL 




MARCH SHIRLEY 



the Quitties ... Mr^ a^dMiss 



54 



MISS ELIZABETH SPEICHER 



MISS MARY Sir OPE 




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a^d their Koyal Court 




55 





THOMAS REI^HART 



VIRGINIA SMEDLEY 



Timely representatives of L.V. C. 



56 



^Vsf^^^-H^ 



and in the field 
of Atlileties 








JOSEPH TOY 



BARBARA JOHNSON 



57 




the students pick 10 



58 




HELEN EPTING 





SUSAN ZIMMERMAN 




TATSUO HOSHINA 




CHARLOTTE PIERSON 



. . . Outstanding Juniors 




SALLY MILLER 



from the 

college 

and from the 

conservatory 



59 



In Memoriam 




JOHN RAY McCULLOUGH 

As the Junior Class moves ahead, we must pause to reflect 
on the memory of John, one of our classmates. Although John 
was at Lehanon Vallev for just a short time, he is not forgotten. 
All of us wlio knew him will remember him for his quiet and 
likeable manner. His spirit remains with us, in everything that 
we do. 



60 




"KIBITZING" 



3rd year escapades 



61 




LAB WORK FOR THE DISC JOCKEY COURSE. 



IN SPRING A YOUNG GIRL'S FANCY LIGHTLY 
TURNS TO THOUGHTS OF . . . 




^•<-«»*««>x 'W 




ATCH'N ALL THE GIRLS GO BY. 



62 










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WHO'S MOVIN' AND GROOVIN' 
AROUND? 



IT'S A ROUGH LIFE. 



•*i 



"SHOW ME THE WAY TO GO HOME 



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i*iSS 



NO FEARS! THE CO-EU WILL STAND 
FOR YEARS! 




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y 



THE END OF THE ROPE. 



THE LINE FORMS TO 
THE RIGHT FOR THE 
HOT NEWS COMING 
THROUGH THE "GRAPE- 
LINE!" 




THIS HAS BECOME A HABIT. 



OH YOU CUT UP! 







UNDERCLASSMEN 



''to every thing 
there is a season" 



65 



Sophomores 



Lejl to right: N. Heindal, Treas- 
urer; V. Evans, Vice President; 
S. Stover, President; R. Rogers, 
Secretary. 




Lejl to right; First row. C. Wernert. M. Kreider, M. Hartenstine, L. Bartram, M. Beaver, R. 
Rodgers, P. Niosi. Second row: A. Edwards, P. Rock, J. Graby, L. Heefner, M. Sponsler, E. 
Slizosky. Third row: S. Stover, A. Ford, D. Kreider, G. Fillmore, E. Fake. 




Left to right. First row: J. Eaby, S. Oakes, N. MacDonald, S. Troslle, M. Spancake, P. Bar- 
bour, J. Zuse, D. White. Second row: F. Rlien, L. Shirey, S. Hariz, S. Artz, C. Shairer. Third 
row: R. Ker.^tetter. F. Argenziano, M. Sohaeffer, F. Giovonazzo, T. Setron. K. Trautman. 
Fourth row: J. Sloiiaker, J. Greenwood, Nicholas, R. Bird, L. Gillmore, J. Barr, N. Heindel, 
S. Winarski, C. Schmidt, S. Dymond, R. Hartranft. 




Left to right. Fir.st rotv: M. Copenhaver, J. Michaels, E. Berger, V. Evans, L. Gay, M. Hafer. 
Second roiv: J. Morris, T. Kunkle, V. Roeske, C. Paul, W. Rich, B. Rismiller, P. Luckens, B. 
Ritter, G. Lennox. Third row: K. Piatt, V. Crudele, R. Howell, H. Graham, R. Morrison, 
T. Fry, J. Colangelo. 



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Left to right. First roiv: M. Cook, L. Lawson, S. Dubbs, S. Suter, J. Noll, E. Stamm, R. 
Staab, P. DePugh, L. Zacharias, J. Cunningham, W. Ness, D. Briggs, S. Fox. Second row: 

D. Henner, J. Kelly, C. Ott, A. Saunders, B. Sprenkle, S. Kaestner, M. Ranck, P. Asbbrook, 

E. Black, D. Hein. D. Hill. Third row: W. Hecker, L. Marb, J. Fisher, F. Vespe. J. Bustard, 
N. Umble, J. Fuller, M. Starr, J. Simes, M. Kath. Fourth row: W. Romig, D. Weiher, R. 
Musser, W. Hollis, J. Springer, P. Bronson, R. Dietz, K. Heckert, D. Fike, J. Kautrso. 




Left to right. First roiv: N. Nichell, L. Burkhart, M. Orner, F. Hurras, A. Rice, M. Bucher, B. 
Woodley. Second row: L. Thomas, J. Stouffer, L. Lohman, P. Leader, J. Thomas, J. Daub, S. 
Long, M. Myers, J. Turner, B. Burns, J. Blank. F. Eshleman. Third roic: R. Cassel, D. Sims, 
L. McCaully, K. Nelson, W. Derr, H. Koch. C. Cromwell, S. Lynch, J. Noferi, J. Frazier, J. 
Catlin. Fourth roiv: R. Dougherty, G. Bernstein, R. Daugherty, D. Shmuck. N. Sipe, J. Wargny, 
S. Waldman, H. Donley, N. Hernberg, B. Skaler, D. Mede, J. Metha, F. Brawley. Jr., C. Piersol, 
J. Salem, K. Longenecker, R. Dickey. 



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Freshmen 



J. Caplin, President; J. Cunningham, 
Secretary; M. Orner, Treasurer; S. 
Butz, Vice President. 




Lejt to right. First row: 1). Helierlig. D. Benne. J. Sihlegel, R. Staliley. P. Feallier. C. Jarbol, 
D. Van Kirk. K. Krause, H. Good, W. Zorum. Second rou : G. Hertzler, N. Kulp, R. Willauer, 
R. Horn. A. Brif;htl)ill, P. Hagerly. M. Garl.er, B. Funk. G. Hart, P. Jones. R. Yoium. S. 
Angle. Third row: B. Firesline. C. Man. I). Mead. ^'. Hughes. R. Maslrogiovanni. P. Long, 
D. Rosenherg, B. Frease, M. Potts, C. Hellick. Fourth row: C. Kordas. K. Wesolowski, J. 
Bricker, M. Duhlis. T. Arnold. M. Mihalek. E. Alexander. R. Harlacker, R. Saliot, R. Rarne. 
Fifth Ron: R. Ziegenfuse, R. Harper. R. Hovis. A. Koliler. J. Ennis. G. Franris. ^'. Bailey. 
Jr.. J. Philli|is, H. Johnson. \^ . Miller. Jr. Sixth roic : J. Nelson. S. Butz. H. Messner, L. 
Sheaffer, U. Zeihnian, F. Eckelnian, U. Ross. R. Dale, I. Legay. U. Lynch. ^'. Hoffman. 






CONSERVATORY 



"a time for music" 



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MISS MARY E. GILLESPIE 



In 1930 there was installed at Lelianon Valley College a new cliairnian 
of the Department of Music, Miss Mary Gillespie. She came to L.V.C. with a 
fine record as school music supervisor in Scottsburg, Indiana, and Braddock, 
Pennsylvania, and as head of the music department of the University of Dela- 
ware. 

Since tlien Miss Gillespie has served as our Dean of Women from 1937 to 
1948. The degree of Doctor of Music was awarded to her by Leljanon Valley 
College in 1954. This was the first honorary degree granted by the college to 
one of its own faculty memliers in more than a decade. But more important 
than these is the influence Miss Gillespie has had upon innumerable students. 
She has imlnied them with her love of people, especially children, and has 
inspired them by her enthusiasm for teaching. 

Although Miss Gillespie retired from her duties as chairman of the Music 
Department this year she will remain on our faculty just as she will always 
remain in the hearts of the students. 



IS! 




First row: A. Kierstead. J. Young, E. H^■nder^on. E. Berger. S. Prugh. C. .Schairer. Second 
roil-: D. Lenlz. M. Orner. S. Crol)augh. N. Sipe. K. Mover. F. Lijkey. C. Pier-on. D. Mead. J. 
Noferi. Third roit : N. Kulp. J. Filih. T. Sillinian. J. Colangelo. H. Weitzel. H. Davis. E. 
Herrv, \^'. "S^orkinger. C. Kelly. R. Mcliride. Fourth ran ; C. Sharman, B. Speik. T. Blu- 
menlhal. R. Monroe. H. Epiing. C. ■« acker. I). Tobi.i-, N. Niikell, K. Fegan, J. Checket. R. 
Miller. J. Ty.-on, S. Poet, J. Ragno. Mr. Lanese. 



Symphony Orchestra 




THE MAESTRO. 



Tlicre i? a time for concerts anil under the 
direction of Mr. Lanese the .symphony orches- 
tra presents two each year. The first of these 
was on Decendjer 6 when the program inchided 
Joan Conway playing Mozart's Piano Concerto 
.\o. 20 in D Minor. Tiie spring concert fea- 
tured Roltert ^lann. first violinist of the Juil- 
liard String Quartet, jilaying Beethoven's I iolin 
Concerto. Also ]>erfornied during the year 
were svmphonies hy ]\[ozart and Mendelssohn 
and Overture for Orchestra hy ]\Ir. Lanese. 



FAGOTTI. 





Chorus 



THREE FIFTY-FIVE 



Anytime is a good time to sing bvit one 
of the Ijest is with tlie chorus. At the Ije- 
ginning of the year Faure's Requiem was 
studied and in Deceml)er the Christmas Ora- 
torio by Saint-Sacns was performed with 
student soloists. In the Spring Music Fes- 
tival tlie whole chorus presented Bach's 
cantata Hold In Affection Jesus Christ while 
the men sang Thompsons' The Testament 
of Freedom and the women performed 
Credo, Canzoni, and Fugue by Karg-Elert. 










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THROUGHOl T THE SCHOOL 
YEAR 4PM FINDS THE CHORUS 
SINGING IN THE CONSERV. 



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Glee Club 




First roic: D. Hein, C. Pieison. S. Miller. J. Kelly, K. 
Fisher. S. Zimmerman, F. Liskey, P. Lutz, D. Kane, M. 
Swope, D. Jones. Second row: J. Fuller, !V. McDonald, 
L. Burkhart. M. Garber. B. Geltz, E. Stamm, L. Alutius, 
J. Young, B. Klinger. R. Rodgers, B. Fox. Third row: 
C. Briglilbill. R. Dietz, T. Ho^hina, K. Schmidt, R. Mose- 




AREN'T FEATHERS USED 
TO SWAB OBOES, TOM? 



OOPS! PARDON ME! I 
THOUGHT IT WAS THE 
POWDER ROOM. 



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man. K. Lee, W. Staats, J. Frazier, L. Gruhb, T. Sillimnn. 
Fourth row: C. Wernert, R. Shaffer, R. Cassel, L. Mc- 
Ilvaine. G. Cunningham. D. Mead. J. Stearns, C. Wacker, 
G. Wingenroth, D. Hole, J. Conway, .Accompanist; Dr. 
Thurmond, Director. 



When tour time conies the real work of the 
glee clulj Ijegins. This year the extensive trip 
included places in Delaware and New Jersey. 
Among the more jjopular numhers on the varied 
program were Elijah Rock and So Proudly We 
Hail. In addition to the tour, the glee clul) 
gave concerts on campus and in Harrisliurg and 
Lancaster. 



HEY, SPEARING, 
GET THE BASS. 



OUR FAVORITE PASTIME. 




Concert Band 




first rou: W. ^'orkinger. E. Herr. H. Davis, J. Col- 
angelo, N. Gib.-on, C. Kelly, R. McBride, L. Gay. T. 
Silliman. Second row: A. McCullough, K. Lee, L. Mi- 
Ilvaine, B. Klinger. P. Lulz, H. March. L. Lohman. R. 
Musser. R. Dietz. J. \oung. S. Zimmerman. C. backer, 
H. Epting. Third roiv: N. Kulp, R. Miller, E. Black, 
C. Cromwell. D. Heberlig. P. Hagerly. R. Bowman. C. 

It's time for a downlieat with the sixty- 
five piece concert liand and we hear, perhaps, 
the strains of Siegfried's Rhine Journey or Per- 
sicliettis Divertimento for Band or The Foot- 
lifter, all included in the annual concert. 
Besides participatinji in the Spring Music Fes- 
tival, the hand ])crformed in Harrisl)iirg and 
Lancaster. 



H.4ENSEL AND GRETEL 



Werner. J. Stearns. J. Hoffman. H. .Sauder. J. Checket. 
Fourth rote: iV. Grace, J. Spearing, R. Miller, S. Trostle, 
S. Poet. D. Hein. J. Tyson. G. Cunningham. J. Stouffer. R. 
Ziegenfu^^. F. Rhen. J. Lego. B. Speck. T. Blumenth.ii. 
Fifth roil : D. Tobias. F. E^hleman. L. Shirey, R. Doster, 
^ . Evans, R. Morrison, L. Seibert. L. .\lutius, Dr. Thur- 
mond. 





COMPOSER, ARRANGER. EDITOR. PUB- 
LISHER. AND CONDUCTOR. 



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Marching 
Band 



First rou: H. Johnson, G. Ciinnini:li;ini, T. BIiiniei\lli.il. T. Silliman, F. 
Rhen, B. Speck. L. Shirey. Second row: C. Cromwell. }\. ^ eilzel. R. Cas- 
.sel, H. Uavi?, E. Herr, W. Workinger. A. MiCullnuch, k. [^ee. Third row: 
L. I, oilman, J. Hoffman, H. Sauder, ^ . Evans, J. Wargny, S. Zimmerman. 
Fourth row: iX. Gil)?on, C. kelly, L. Alutius, J. Tyson, S. Poet. R. Dietz. 



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The '-ALMA MATER" 



S. Miller, D. Jones, B. Weaver, D. 
White, N. McDonald. 



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It's roll-off time and here conies 
tlie Blue and White Marchinj; Band. 
Under the leader.«hi]) of Tom Silliman, 
the drum major, and Jerry Lepo, the 
drill master, the l)and presented a fine 
show at each home game. 





firs/ r<m : R. Boum.ui. J. Spearinf;. J. Sloiifffr. R. Zieponfu--. K. Ft>p:in. P. Hasrerty. Srcnnd 
rnu: I.. M.Ilvaine. R. Millt-r. E. Bl.ick. N. Kiilp. B. KlinijiM. F. E-hl.-nian. Third ron : R. 
Miller. I., ■^ootl. H. M.inli. J. St.-.irn-. I). H.-IktH?. C. 'Seriu-rl. Foiirlh rou : R. ['oul'11. L. 
Gav, R. Monroe. L. Seiljert. R. Morrijon. C. Sh.irman. 



An iiitoj:ral jjait of tlu^ lialf-tiiiic 
■■how? were the aiiiiomicpcl. ('al \\ aikcr. 
tlic color ^uard. \sh\\ Sallv Miller a> 
Serfxeant-al-Ariiis. ami the majorette?, 
with Rohie I.auman a- the head twirlc 







Stnndinp: S. Tro.-tle. B. '^'oodley. 
Krivctinjz: M. ,?liirley. R. I.auman. R. 
Willauer. 



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Girls' 
Band 



First roii: H. Davis. E. Herr, N. Kulp, R. Miller, M. Kotli, N. Gibson, C. Kelly. R. MtBride, 
L. Gay. Second row: E. Black. L. E>hlenian. C. Cromwell, C. Schairer, H. Epling, N. Nickell, 
S. Zimmerman. B. Klinger, L. Lehman, P. Lutz. Third roiv: N. McDonald. P. Hagerty, M. 
Hater, E. Berger, E. Henderson, M. Starr, J. Simes. J. Hoffman, H. Sander, G. Sheaffer, L. 
.Alutius, M. Swope, F. Rhen. B. Speck. Fourth rou: N. Grace, S. Oakes, S. Trostle, R. Obert, 
D. Hein. D. Kane. Fifth rou: B. Weaver, V. Evans, L. Shirey, F. Liskey, E. Stamm, R. Rodgers, 
N. Davis, J. Young, Dr. Thurmond. 



Brass 
Ensemble 



Once a vear its time for tlie girls to take over and this year it occurrefl on 
March 19 at the girls" Jiand concert. Lnder the direction of Dr. Thurmond the 
forty-five girls performed Ipliegenia in Aulas and other selections. 

A usual time for shining up instruments is just I)efore a performance hy 
the brass ensemlile. This select group of instrumentalists, also directed ])v Dr. 
Thurmond i)erformed with the concert hand in the Spring Music Festival. 



First row: J. Stearns, R. Bowman, J. Hoffman. H. Sauder. J. Checket. Second row: L. Alu- 
tins. J. Spearing, S. Trostle, S. Poet, D. Hein, J. Tyson. F. Rhen. J. Lego, B. Speck, T. Blu- 
menthal. Third roiv: D. Tobias, L. Shirey, B. Weaver, L. Seibert, R. Morrison, R. Monroe, 
Dr. Thurmond. 



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H. Weitzel, L. Lopcr 
P. Lutz, T. Silliraan 

D. Grabau 



^ hen this group meets it 
is time to rosin Ijows. Althoujili 
it j)lays mostly for the enjoy- 
ment and experience of the 
members, the ensemhle per- 
formed in several recitals 
throui;hout the year. The major 
worked studied was the Siring 
Quintet in C (with Two Celli I 
hv Schul)ert. 



A. Kierstead, C. Schairer. E. Berger. 
E. Henderjon, K. Mover. 



Woodwind 
Festival Soloists 



Of course there has to he a time for 
the woodwinds to shine and so they did on 
Mav 8, 1956. when instead of the usual 
spring concert hv the symphony orchestra, 
there was presented A Program of Music 
for Solo \^ oodwinds and Svmphonv Orches- 
tra. All the soloists were students of Frank 
Staehow. professor of theorv and wood- 
winds. Tiiev were Harold \^ eitzel. who 
plaved the Rhapsodie for Clarinet and Or- 
chestra Jiy Deljussv. Louise Loeper. who 
presentcil Kennan"s ^ight Soliloquy for 
Flute and Strings. Patricia Lutz. who jjcr- 
formed the Concerto in One Movement for 
E flat Alto Saxophone and Strinfis hv Gla- 
zonov. Thomas Silliman whose solos were 
Cimarosa"s Concerto for Oboe and Strings 
and The IT inter's Past hv Barlow. Renato 
Perez, who performed Mozarts Concerto 
for Bassoon, and Dorothy Gra])au. who 
plaved the Poeme for Flute and Orchestra 
hy Griffes. This was the first time the con- 
servatory attempted a program of this tvpe. 



String Ensembles 



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Woodwind Ensemble 



Tune-up time is an important part of every rehearsal and performance, 
and these two ensemljles perform prol)al)ly more often than any other ones in 
the conservatory. Tlie woodwind quintet appeared on television and jjoth 
groups played in nianv recitals and for other occasions on and off campus. 
During the first semester vacation the ensembles accompanied Mr. Stachow to 
Everett where they performed for the Central Western District Band Directors 
in a woodwind demonstration. 



Clarinet Ensemble 



W. Workinger, H. Davis, E. Herr, H. Weitzel, S. Zimmerman. 



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REHEASAL— 8:00 UMIL . 



V :; 



"AH. LOVE'S SWEET DREAM!" 



'TM NOT A REAL BEAR; I AM 
VASHEK." 




the BARTERED BRIDE . . . 




"JOIN MY TURNING." 



"JOIN MY DANCING." 



It was curtain time at 8:15 on the evenings of April 20 and 
21, 1956. anil Englc Hall liecanie the scene of a Bolieniian feast 
(lay. The tale was of a peasant liirl's attenii)t to remain true 
to her lover while her parents, with the help of a merccnarv 
marriage liroker, arranged her hetrothal to a wealthy land- 
owner's son. Both the cast and the audience enjoyed the 
dancing, dialogiie, and music. 



'OF ALL THINGS, ESMERELDA!" 




The Conserv-Formal 




WHAT'S THE POINT? LOTS OF 
FUN. THAT'S THE RIGHT AN- 
SWER. 



A POPULAR PLACE RIGHT 
STRAIGHT THROUGH THE EVE- 
NING. 



This was the time to dance and dine, 
and the conservatory students and their 
dates made tlie most of it. After a tender- 
loin steak dinner, they danced to the music 
of the Ted Blu Quintet and then headed 
home saying that the committee had surely 
planned a wonderful evening. 



YOU'RE DONG WHAT? 
THEN. 



EATING. ALL RIGHT 







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ACTIVITIES 



"time ofi our hands" 



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Jiggerboard 



First rorv: J. Grove, President; D. 
Steiner, Secretary. Second rotv: J. 
Young, C Kelly, Vice-President; N. 
Gibson, Treasurer; R. Obert. Third 
row: P. Lutz, J. Heindel, A. Rey- 
nolds, P. Risser. Fourth row: R. 
Sheetz, B. Speck, M. Beaver, H. Davis. 
Advisor, Dean C. Dent. 




It is the purpose of the Resident Women's Student Government Associa- 
tion, nicknamed "Jiggerl)oard," to govern the conduct of all women living in 
the dormitories and resident women living in town. Jiggerboard helps these 
women to realize their responsibility in upholding the rules and standards of 
the college. This year the thirteen members served conscientiously under the 
leadership of President Jo Anne Grove. 



Although one of the smallest organizations on campus, the Men's Senate, 
governing bodv for male resident students, is indispensable. This was especi- 
ally true during the past college year, as tlie Senate was under direct student 
supervision for the first time. The success of this experiment in student gov- 
ernment is a milestone in the history of resident life at Lebanon Valley. 




Men's Senate 



Left to right: S. Stover, W. Priester, 
L. Kunkel. D. Reinhard, Vice-Presi- 
dent; W. Kiick, President; J. Bell, 
Secretary-Treasurer; R. Kerstetter, L. 
Ziegler, T. Reinhart, J. Wolfe. Ad- 
visors, Dean G. Marquete, Mr. T. D. 
Keller, Mr. 0. P. Bollinger. 



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Women's 

Commuter 

Council 



Seated: T. Hauer, Pre^ident. Stand- 
ing: C. Mark, M. Kreider, Serretary- 
Treasurer. Misxinf:: L. Hosteller, 
Senior Representative; L. Yorly, 
Senior Representative. Advisor: 
Dean C. Dent. 



The Women's Coinimiter Council governs the women day students on 
campus and each year, throufih cooperation with the facuhv, endeavors to gain 
more o])])ortunities for them. 

Together with Jiggerhoard. \\ .C.C. s])onsored a program for tlie fresliinen 
girls and Gander W eckend. They co-sponsored a movie, and tlie annual 
Christmas Dinner and \ alentinc Dance with the Men's Day Student Congress. 

The representation of one of the largest factions on campus is the responsi- 
l)ility of the Congress. These men serve as the governing Ijodv of the men 
commutersf They j)articularly serve as the intermediarv l)ctween the Facuhv 
and the day students. Also, the Congress and W.C.C. keep commuters active in 
cam])us affairs hy sponsoring numerous activities. 



Men's 

Day Student 
Congress 



Left to right: W. Shadier, President; 
R. Drum, R. Hipp. Treasurer. Miss- 
ing: J. Boyer, Vire-President ; M. 
Miller. Secrelarv. Advisors: Mr. A. 
Fehr. Mr. T. D.' Keller. 



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Student Faculty 
Council 



Left to right: C. Lightner, L. Kunkel, Vice- 
President; O. Wolpert, President; W. Kiick, W. 
Priester, Treasurer. 




The Student Faculty Council possesses increasing potential ability as an 
effective liaison among students, faculty, and administration, and has the im- 
portant position of coordinator of stutlent activities. Because of the "'behind 
the scenes" nature of the Student Faculty Council, its true role is not generally 
realized and appreciated. Composed of one representative from each recog- 
nized campus organization and of several faculty mendjcrs, the Council requires 
everyone's cooj)cration if it is to achieve its real worth. 



Left to right; Firxt row: D. Book, J. Zuse, R. Sheetz, Serretary; P. Luckens, S. Weit. Second 
row: A. Ford. J. Deitrich. A. Reynold^, B. Johnson, J. bright. Advisors: Dean C. Uent, Dean 
G. Marquette. Dr. M. Sparks. 



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First roic: R. Ruhl, Seirelary: O. Wolpert. Vii e-Prtvident ; L. Kunkcl. Pre-idenl ; I). Cliik, 
Regional I.C.G. Repre^enlalive; P. Ri>ser. T^ea^llrer. Sptorul rotv: R. Doster. W . Priester, 
A. Marlnnes, P. Bell. B. John>on, S. E'rugh, P. Socha. ^\ Kiick. Third ron : A. I)e\itz. S. 
Sevits, J. Mitchell, J. Snare. N. Hernherg, D. Zechnian. S. ^ aldnian. Missirii:: J. Martin. 
Student Chairman — I.(^.G. Advisor: Mr. A. Fehr. 



riic purpose of tli(- Political Science Cluh is to create greater interest in 
)iolilics and an atmosphere in which students can realistically face ])olitical 
prohlcins. 

One event which stinuilated nuich interest was the Political Rally the cluh 
sponsored in Octoher involvin<; issues of the national election. Other activities 
of the cluh included hanquets. a mock convention and practices in ])arlianientary 
])rocedure. The hif;h spot of the year was ajiain the Intercollcjiiate Conference 
on Government held in the Spring. 




Left to right: G. Funk. P. Ri.scr, S. 
Prugli. 



Political 
Science Club 



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uittapahilla '58 



Editor-In-Chief 
Assistant Editor 



Janet Deitrich 
Edward Fancovic 



Phologrnpby Editor Barbara Klinger 

Photography Staff Koberla McBride, 

Charlotte Long 

Seniors Editor Samuel McLinn 

Seniors Staff Marcia Shirley, 

Elizabeth Speicher 

Juniors Editor 

Juniors Stuff, Mary Risser, 

Conservatory Editor 

Conservatory Staff 

Activities Editor Charles Lightner 

Activities Staff Patricia Bell, 

Kay Fisher, Chester Rebok 



Mildred Slineman 

Donna Williamson 

Susan Zimmerman 

Carol Anderson 



Sports Editors, James Dougherty, Sandra Weit 

Sports Staff Thomas Reinhart, 

Barbara Johnson, Fern Liskey 

Copy Editor Lois Dwight 

Copy Assistant Virginia Smedley 

Business Manager James Mitchell 

Advertising Manager . Michael Hottenstein 

Advertising Staff Thoma, Barnhart, 

Jack Bell, Joseph Nassaur, James Steffey, 

Richard Stowe 

Typists Janet Blank, 

Joan Heindel, Sally Miller 



WE'RE IN THE BLACK!!! 



GRIN AND BEAR IT. 






First rou : J. Mitchell. J. Na^-aur. M. 
Hotten?tein. V. Smedley. J. Heindel. 
L. Dwight. Spfonf/ rnti : B. Klinger. 
J. Tingley. S. "Seil. €. Anderson, S. 
Zinimernian. M. Ri>ser. E. Speicher. 
Third rou: R. McBride. B. John-nn. 
P. Bell. K. Fi.her. M. Shirley. M. 
Stineman, D. Williamson. Fourth 
rou: C. Lightner. R. Reinhart, J. 
Dougherty. E. Fancovic. C. Rebok. S. 
McLinn. Missing: J. Blank. S. Miller. 
J. Steffey. T. Barnhart. J. Bell. R. 
Sto«e. C. Long. F. Li?kv. Advisors: 
Dr. G. Struble. Mr. R. C. Rilev. 



Left to right: J. Nas-aur. M. Hotten- 
stein, J. Steffey, T. Barnhart. 



First rou: S. Zimmerman. Conserva- 
tory Editor: S. X^'eit. Girls" Sports 
Editor; C. Lightner. .\i-tivities Edi- 
tor: B. Klinger. Photography Editor. 
Second row: M. Stinenian. Juniors' 
Editor: J. Dougherty. Men's Sports 
Editor: L. Dwight. Copy Editor; S. 
McLinn, Seniors' Editor. 



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MjiKifiiT. Second ron : B. Klin);i'i-. I). \\ illiani-cin. j. Doiiphorly. E. AIi\,iniltr. II. Mi(kiM. A 
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Green Blotter Club 



The literary or^anzation of LcL- 
anon Valley College, Green Blotter 
Club, provides a free iiitereliange of 
thou<;lits and ideas alonp; literary lines 
and ereates an atmosphere for critieiz- 
inp eaeh other's work. To he chosen as 
a nieniher of this organization one must 
suhmit an original ])lav. essay, poem, 
short storv. novel, or any other manu- 
seript to the cluh to lie voted on by 
the members. 




French Club 



L nilcr the izuiilanro of Miss Rutli But- 
ler and Dr. Georjie ?triil)le. French CIiil). 
whose nienil)erslii]) is open to all who enjov 
speakinj: French and studvinp the frenrh 
wav of life, varied its activities in order to 
•rain a riclier experience from the studv of 
French drama, literature, music, and art. 
and playing of French pames. A visit to the 
Comcdic Franraisc hif;hlii;hted the vear. 



CREME? 




Snated. left to right: F. Biiiras, President; D. Leniz, Se(■retary-TroJ^llre^. Stiinduip: A. Roll 
land, T. \>ieil)le. P. Leader. Miss R. Butler, Adiisor. Missini:: I). Siin~. \ ire-Prc>ident. 



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Wig and Buckle 



The Wig and Buckle Club, Lebanon 
Valley's dramatic organization, has grown 
in many ways during the past two years 
under the able direction of Mr. James Kline. 
This year has seen the results of patient 
planning and hard work. In November the 
clulj presented Tennessee Williams' Glass 
Menagrie. In addition to the dramatic en- 
tertainment Wig and Buckle provided for 
Scholarship Weekend, the organization 
sponsors several dramatic presentation on 
Channel 8's College of the Air. Members of 
the club thus gained valuable experience in 
acting, directing, staging, lighting, and 
make-up. 




First TOH-: P. Luckens, E. 
Berger. Second row: J. 
Wright, J. Blank, S. McLinn. 
Dr. A. Faber, Advisor; J. 
KJine, Director. Missing: 
C. Pierson. President; S. 
Stover, Vice-President; C. 
Rebok, Secretary; M. Beaver, 
Treasurer. 



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the big business of 

Show Business 



THE GENTLE BEGINNING OF A 
TOUCHING AND POWERFUL 
SCENE IN GLASS MENAGERIE. 



AMANDA'S 
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AGERIES 
MENTS. 



"JONQUIL SPEECH" 

OF GLASS ME\- 

MEMORABLE MO- 




■HEAR NO EVIL. SEE NO EVIL, 
SPEAK NO EVIL!" 




LET 'ER RIP!' 




THE WARMTH AM) TURBULENCE 
OF THE MOTHER SON RELATION- 
SHIP, GAVE ADDED DEPTH TO 
GLASS MENAGERIE. 




WHO IS THE PSYCHIATRIST.- 



Psychology Club 



The increased interest in psychol- 
ogy on the part, of the students has 
iDFOupht al)Out the reorganization of 
this group on campus. This year's 
PsvchoUigy Clulj \vas greatly enhanced 
]iv guest speakers from neighlioring 
institutions who have had experience 
in such phases of psychology as crimi- 
nology, mental health, and hypnotism. 
Tlie mend)ers gained a real insight into 
tlie world of psychology from the highlv 
informative discussion that followed 
the speakers. The clul) also enjoved 
a field trip and a dinner that topped 
off this successful vear. 



Standing: M. Cupina, President. Fir^l roiv: R. Spencer. J. Ollinper. A. Edward?. B. Eberly, 
Vice-President. Second rotv: L. Dwight. J. Heindel. S. Weit. J. Hoffman. M. Ambler. Secre- 
tary-Treasurer. Third roiv: C. Mark. R. Sheetz. R. Kauffman. R. Stone. L. Mentzer. Fourth 
TOIL': S. Stover. S. Winar^ki. Advisor: Dean C. Dent. 




The Legionnaires 



Reorganized a few years ago l)v the veterans of the United 
States Armed Forces, the Legionnaires is recognized as one of 
the most active organizations on the Leltanon Valley campns. 
One of their main purposes is to assist the veterans in their 
college careers. 

Many worthwhile activities, wliich contrihuted much to 
the organization as well as to the college, were accomplished 
this past vear owing to the enthusiastic cooperation of the 
mcmhers. Again this year during the ])asketl)all season, the 
Legionnaires sponsored dances after the Saturday night home 
games. The second annual Legionnaires Ball on Decemher 7 
was one of the hig dances of the year. Their final event of the 
year was a banquet, for memhers only. 



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First row: T. I'hrich. Conini;in(]i'r ; D. r,li<k. Fin.incf Ofticrr; J. Cillin. D. I.onp. 
Second row: J. Srhlegel. M. Millor. E. S(hu>U'r. I). FetlerhoH. R. kohr. B. Boehler, 
G. Johnson, J. Maitr. E. Kranrovir. A. I)e\ilz, Recording Secretary. Third row: 
R. Zimmerman, 1). Cotton. ^. Kriik, J. Sproul. M. Cupina. Fourth rott- : ^'. Shad- 
ier, R. Becktel. I'. Feather, C. Bre-to\.in-k\ . G. I.i>~er. J. Nuvinper, I.. Copenhaver, 
M. Cook, H. Seller>. I). Crider, S. I'oel, \ . liip.i. J. Frazier. 



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First roil. R. Wilhmer, N. McDonald, G. Lennox, D. 
Brigg>, J. Thomas, P. Lulz, Corresponding Secretary; S. 
Zininiernian, Treasurer; B. (iellz. President; C. Bright* 
hill, Vice-President; M. Ri-ser, M. Starr, N. Kulp, S. 
Long. Second rnu : I). ^ hite, S. Oakes, C. Schairer, 
R. Rhoads. M. Meyer, T. Hauer, M. Schwenk. L. Eshel- 
nian, J. Turner, B. Speck, B. Klinger. M. Cook. Third 
ron : C. \^ ernort, \. Ker-hner. ^. Slaats, M. Cook. K. 



Fisher, M. Brill, D. Williamson, B. Funk, S. Prugh, D. 
Steiner, R. Ohert, C. Kelly, D. Jones. S. Crohaugh, R. 
McBride, C. Long, K. Lee. F. Eshelman. Fourth row: 
D. Froinni, T. Kunkle, J. Lantz, K. Plait, B. Weaver, A. 
Ford, S. Winarski, 0. Wolpert, H. March, R. Musser. 
K. Nelson. U. Hole, J. Wargny. H. Epting. J. Stouffer. 
Advisor: Dr. G. McKlveen. 




"KARSNITZ KAPERS.' 



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Promoting a <;rcatcr interest in the teach- 
ing profession is one of the purposes of the 
Georpe D. Gossard Chapter of the Lebanon 
Valley Collefie Student Education Association 
of Pennsylvania. The nionthlv meetings of this 
oTfianization. which is an important part of the 
Education Department, are so designed as to 
present the memhers with a knowledge of the 
practical problems of teaching. 

Outstanding events of this past year in- 
cluded the annual S.E.A. Day. Throughout 
the year, social meetings were also planned, and 
representatives were sent to various conventions. 



104 








Kneeling: M. Stineman. L. E>helman, B. Walp, N. 
Baker. J. Thonia?. M. RI-mt, U. ^ hite. Second row: E. 
Krammes, J. Henninger, J. Cunningham. J. Deilriih. 
\ ice-President: M. Greybeck. Pre>ident; Mr. C. Eher- 
i-ole. .Advisor; \. Smedley, Secretary; J. Zu-e. Third 



rote: .M. Kreider, G. ^ il-on. T. Hauer. J. Turner. 
R. Kersletter, Treasurer; E. Shatto. Fourth row: E. 
.■■peicher, M. Schwenk, B. Carrender. J. ^eaber. Fijlh 
row: D. Lentz. R. Rhoad?. Sixth row: N. Kettle. E. 

Ritler. 



Childhood Education Club 



The ]>ui|)os('s of the Cliildliood Education 
Clul) are to work for the e(hioatioii and well 
Jjeing of fhildrcn. to raise the .standards of 
preparation and to encourage eontiiuied ])ro- 
fes.'sional firoulh of ]u()s])ertive tearliers and 
leaders in the field of elementary education. 

Guest speakers, movies and ])anels were 
used to ])ut across the ]>rof;rani this year. The 
clu])"s happiest activity was holdinj; a Ciiristiiias 
party on campus for the children from the 
Jonestown Orphanage. 




GETTlNt; ADMCE IRO.M 0>K IN THE ITELU. 



105 



Student Christian Association 



Seated, left to right: L. Gay, D. Burkhart. President; D. Book, V. Smedley, Women's 
Vice-President; J. Stearns, Men's Vice-President; M. Sponsler, Treasurer; J. Heindel, 
Secretary. Standing: S. Zimmerman, S. Weit, S. Oaks, J. Bachman, J. Zuse, D. White, 
D. Steiner, G. Funk. Dr. M. Sparks, Ur. C. Ehrhart, Advisors. 




This organization is L.V.C.'s "Cliurch on ranipus." S.C.A. provides 
both spiritual and social activities for the students. Some of its num- 
erous functions are a choir, the activities of Freshman week, and 
Campus Chest. The students owe much to this organization for its 
acceptance of varied projects that lead to the enrichment of campus life. 



106 



FINK'S HIDEAWAY. 



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RATTLE THEM POTS AND PANS. 




THE LIGHT OF FRIENDSHIP. 




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Top to bottom: J. Martin, M. Riie. Deputation Chair- 
man; C. Lightner, D. Burkhart, R. Ca^^eI. E. Hostetter, 
R. Landis. M. Harlenstein, J. Heindel, D. Zecliman, S. 
Weit, Secretary; U. Misal, J. HoiTman, J. Lebo, Vice- 
President; J. Bachman, Treasurer; M. Copenhaver, Chap- 



lain; ^. Lantz. President; D. Steiner, M. Sponsler, M. 
Kreider. N. Davis, M. Greybeck, A. Rice, H. Graham, B. 
Bender, J. Lantz, D. White, S. Zimmerman. Advisor: 
Dr. Sparks. 



The liijih standard of tliis organization is 
the living of a Cliristian life dedicated to the 
work of God and the Church. To realize this 
purpose, the cluh provides through the help 
of various churches in the outlving area, the 
receiving of practical experience hv its niem- 
hers in preaching and teaching. This year the 
memhers undertook several trips to orphanages 
and homes for the aged. A work retreat to the 
Ortanna Church was one of the features in this 
year's program. Almost every Sunday memhers 
of Delta Tau Chi are projecting their services 
as servants of Christ. 




108 



Delta Tau Chi 



DISCUSSING FUTURE DEPUTATIONS. 



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Pi Gamma Mu 



Pi Gain'nia Mu is an honorary society that recognizes outstanding 
scholarship in the social science field. 

Each nieetinj; is hi<;hlif;hted l)y a guest speaker or a pane] dis- 
cussion. The Spring Banquet was Pi Gamma Mu's higgcst social event 
of the year. 




Firsl ron: M. Hrcick-. 1). (;ii,k. K. Kuhl. I., kimkrl, T. .•-iilrni . S,;,„ul ron: M. 
Hiiltfil>tfin. H. l.nt/.. J. Hiindil. li. Hiirlil.r. Tliinl rou : K. 1 )iturni.ui. I). (;ii(lor, 
R. Hini^li, R. Weill,-!. I,h,^„r: Mr. K. C. Ril.N. 



109 




SCIENCE, LOOKING TO^ ARD THE FUTURE. 



Beta Beta Beta 



Since the spring of 1953 when it officially 
came into existence, the Alpha Zeta Chapter of 
Beta Beta Beta National Biological Society has 
continued to expand and to make its activities 
more ahsorbing and more varied. 

This vear the society meetings, which fea- 
tured speakers from all areas of biological 
studv, were informative and entertaining. Tri- 
Beta sponsored such campus services as blood- 
tvping, chest x-raying for prevention of tuber- 
culosis, and tree labeling. 




firs; rou: A. Reynolds, Historian; M. Grosky, President; M. Ambler, Secretary. 
Second rou: R. Pieringer, H. Abramson. J. Laverty, M. Spancake. Third row: C. 
Peraino, P. Hottenstein, R. Sensenig, D. Teates. Missing: T. Carmany, Vice-Presi- 
dent. Advisor: Dr. V. E. Light. 



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'ALL I KNOW IS H.O." 



Chemistry Club 

Lel)aiion Valley's Chapter of the Student 
Affiliation of the American Chemical Society, 
hetter known as "Chem Clul)"", had a very active 
and successful year. 

Several field trips were taken, to Sun Oil, 
American Viscose, and rSational \ ulcan and 
Fihrc Corporations. The nienihers. who are 
students majorinj; in chemistry or those who 
show an interest in the sul>je<t participated in 
radio j)roi;rams. 

Scllin<; Chcmistrv liandltooks and lah 
aprons and puhlisiiinj; the l)i-nionthlv "Filtrates 
and Residues" were included in the activities. 
They also took j)art in Science For A Dav held 
on campus. The year ended with a picnic at 
Mount Gretna. 




Left to rij;hl: First row: T. Te.ites. PresidonI ; R. Hipp. Secret.iry: J. Grove, Vice- 
President; M. Biicher, C. Radcliff. C. Hollinper. \\ . Shadier. Second roic: T. Kreiser, 
S. McLinn, Tr.Msurer; E. Heikendcii n. J. Vi riclit. J. Carpenler, J. Melka, L. Miller. 
Third row: I). Teates, R. W apiier. S. Stover. I), kreid.r. N. Hoindel. R. Hovi?. 
Mr. R. Neithamer, Dr. H. INeidij;. Adiison. 





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Firs< row: D. K:iiie. J. % inter, J. Young, Treasurer; P. Lutz, Vice- 
President; G. Sheaffer. B. Speck, C. Kelly. M. Shirley, D. William- 
son, M. Meyer, E. Shatto, A. Maclnnes. Second row: B. Geltz, 
S. Prugli. J. Hoffman, M. Henderson, H. Sauder, G. Funk, Presi- 
dent; R. Obert, J. Heindel, Recording Secretary; M. Stineman, 
J. Henninger. Advisor: Mrs. F. Fields. 



Delta Lambda Sigma 



Delta Lainljtla Sigma celeljiatetl its thirty-fifth 
aniiivcrsarv in Novenil)er of 1956. Delphian marked 
this event Ijy aequirint;:, through the Administration, 
a ])ermanent cluh room in the Marv Capp Green 
Residence Hall. 

Also in rsovemher. the society held their annual 
Rush Week concluded on Novemher 16 with the Formal 
Initiation and the inter-societv dance at the Annville 
Legion. Two regular monthly meetings were marked 
by the Delphian auction and the Senior Farewell. 

Together with Kalo, their brother society, Delphian 
extended their friendship to the Jonestown Church 
Home. To open the year's activities, thev co-sponsored 
the movie. "The Caine Mutiny'' and a Kalo-Delphian 
dance. In the spring these societies held one of the 
biggest social events of the year. K-D Weekend, with a 
play on Friday night and a dinner-dance Saturday night. 




First rnw: N. McDoiniltl. S. Oaks. S. Ariz, C. Sihairer, J. Ziise, M. Hafer, F. Rhen, G. Lennox. 
R. HoMfll. ^Scco/k/ rotv: L. Sliirey. M. Brooks, V. Evans, R. Rodgers, M. Beaver. M. Ri^ser, 
I'. I.iickens. E. I!er);er, S. Harlz. 1). "S liile. 



First rotv: E. Slaani, H. Mickey. Second roic: M. Garhour, J. Fuller. F. Black. A. Rice, S. Fox. 
R. Horn, W. Ness. Third row: F. Biirras. J. Noll. S. Lynch, M. Buclier, G. Hart, B. Burns. 
Fourth roil : J. Sinies. 15. Woodley, 0. Herner, C. Olt, M. Starr. J. Kellv. J. Weaber. B. Funk. 




Kappa Lambda Sigma 







"OUCH!' 



Frequently referred to as "the progressive 
organization on campus," Kalo, the vounger of 
the two men's societies, serves as a social and 
as a service organization. The past year was 
characterized by a new Kalo spirit of initiative 
and enthusiasni; this was reflected Ijy the great 
increase in the number and quality of the ac- 
tivities in which the organization engaged. 
Highlighting Kalo's year were: two fall smokers, 
co-sponsoring of the "September Song" and 
The Cainc Mutiny,'' participation in the Inter- 
Society Dance, a Christmas party for the chil- 
dren of the Jonestown Orphanage, the intra- 
mural sports program, including football, val- 
leyball, basketball, and Softball, K-D Week- 
end, including the play and dinner-dance, the 
Stag banquet, and publication of the Red and 
Gold. 



Kneeling: W. Piiester, Treasurer; R. Doster, G. Fillmore. First row: T. Reinliart, Vice- 
President; J. Bell, J. Miuliell. President; L. Kunkel, J. Colangelo, C. Liglitner. Second ram: 
R. Savidge, B. Rissniiller, Corresponding Secretary; S. Stover, K. Troutman. Third row: C. 
Reljok. Recording Secretary; J. Laverty, M. Grosky. Advisor: Mr. R. Shay. 




FIRST NIGHTER. 




WHO^S GOT THE SCOTCH TAPE 




A HARRIED, UNFALTERING EDITOR. 



THE F0\^ ERS THAT BE. 



First row: C. Mau, R. 
Harper, N. Hernberg, J. Nel- 
son, E. Alexander, J. Ston- 
aker, P. Broni.on. Second 
roH : W. Staals, C. Wernert. 
J. Ennis, A. Kohler. Third 
roll-: R. Musser, J. Bustard, 
D. Ross. Fourth rou : R. 
Ziegenfuss. R. Hovis, F. 
Eckelman. Fifth roic: N. 
Heindel, J. Slouffer. R. So- 
lot. Sixth row: R. Supowil, 
S. Waldman, S. Sevits. Set- 
enth row: L. Sheaffer, ^'. 
Bailev, R. Kerstelter. 




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Fi>s( roH': E. Speicher, S. Weit, J. Blank. Treasurer. 
Second row: R. McBride. S. Crobaugh, M. Greybeck, C. 
Mark, J. Conway. V. Smedley, A. Reynold?. Recording 
Secretary; B. Walp. P. Barbour, C. Long, J. Grubb, B. 
Johnson, Vice-President; N. Kettle, H. Epting, M. Krei- 



der. Third roit : D. Jones, H. Davis. D. Book. Presi- 
dent; L. Heefner, N. Baker. D. Lentz. M. Spancake, B. 
Klinger, Corresponding Secretary. Advisor: Mrs. R. E. 
Bender. Missing: P. Bell, L. Gay, M. Bartram. 



Kappa 

Lambda 

Nu 



The purpose of Clio is to promote a spirit of friendship 
and good will among its members. Clio's membership has been 
steadily increasing in the last several years and the spirit of 
co-operation between Clio and her Ijrother organization Philo 
has brouglit them to a much closer unity. 

With the opening of the Mary Capp Green Residence Hall 
Clio was given a permanent club room. 

Beginning the year's activities with Rush ^ eek. Clio spon- 
sored a tea and fashion show. In December the members 
enjoyed a Christmas party at the home of Mrs. Ruth Bender, 
Clio"s advisor. The annual trip to the Lebanon County Old 
People's Home was greeted with much enthusiasm. 

Also significant among the society's activities were the 
Clio-Philo jilay and dinner dance in the spring. 



116 




MARTIAN MAIDENS. 





Lejt to right : First row: J. Thoma?. M. Daniel. J. Cun- 
nighani, D. Brig;;?. Second ron : J. Noferi. B. ."^prenkle, 
B. Frease, P. Jone>. Third row: R. ^ illauer. N. Nickell. 
L. Burkhart. .A. Saunders. Fourth rou : E. Fake. M. 
Myers. J. Blank, M. J. Polls, K. Hellick. Fifth rou: U. 
Hill, E. Staab, L. Lohman, E. Herr. 



LIFE WITH FODDER! 



HOW TO BE A HIT ON CAMPUS. 



MISS CLIO. 




Phi Lambda Sigma 



Seated: J. Wright. Chaplain; P. Niosi, Coiresponding Secretary; J. Nassaur, Vice-President; 
D. Teates, President; V. Cruiele, Member at Large; K. Piatt, Treasurer; E. Pietreniak, Record- 
ing Secretary. Second row: J. Ollinger, E. Slezosky. S. Gold, P. Socha, S. McLinn, M. Schaeffer, 
F. Argenziano. Third row: J. McDonald, J. Hoffman, A. Edwards, S. Winarski, D. Tobias, C. 
Ditzler, J. Dougherty. Advisor: Dr. C. Y. Ehrhart. 



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Rapidly liecoiiiiiifi a 1)V word on tiic L<'l)aiion Valley campus is that of 
Phi Lam])da Sigma, known to all as Philo. This organization is showing itself 
to 1)6 a very amhitioiis and energetic one. The purpose of Philo is to provide 
fellowship among its niem])ers and to offer them certain social advantages. 

Tliis year Philo, jointly with their sister society, Clio, planned an Alumni 
])askctl)all game. Half the proceeds from this successful event was given to 
Camj)us Chest. Otiier activities memljcrs enjoved were, Smokers, the Clio- 
Pliilo plav and dinner-dance. 



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Firsl run: J. Morri-. R. Slowc. H. Lee. J. Sprintier. R. Itird. J. Michael. 
Second roic: L. I mble. R. U.iugherty, ^ . Hughe-. M. Mih.ilek. L. Thomas, 
L. Gilmore. 




INDUSTRY! 



GOT TO BE SHARP FOR THE CLIO PHILO DINNER DANCE. 




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Seated: S. Stover, R. Bou-h, D. Click, Procurer of the 
Monies; G. Giovin;izzo, J. Hoffman, Friar; C. Paul, 
Keeper of the Keys; L. Miller. Slantling: W. Kiick. 
Second in Command; L. Mentzer, C. Thomas, Lord of the 



Castle; L. Ziegler, M. Hotlenstein, J. Stearns, J. Bell, 
R. Smith, A. Ford. Scrihe; U. Reinhard, C. Brighlhill, 
R. Pieringer, T. Reinhart, W. DeLiberty. R. Weinel. 
Advisor: Dean G. Marquette. 



The Knights, now in their seventh year of 
exi.stence, are sitmiltaneouslv one of the most 
constriirtive and i>erhaps tlie most secretive 
social orfianization on the campus. Noted for 
the spirit of coopt-ration, good will, and fellow- 
ship which permeates the social nature of the 
group, the Knights engage in many social ac- 



tivities. In addition to their intramural sports 
jirogram. including vollevhall, haskethall, and 
softl)all. and the presenting of an academic and 
an athletic award to two worthy students, the 
Knights held an annual dinner-dance, as a 
culmination of their activities. 



Knights of the Valley 



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SPORTS 



''a time for play" 



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X" Club 




he\t to right; First roii : W. Rich, C. Werneit. R. ^'einel. T. Kunkle, J. 
MacDonald, J. Ollinger, R. Plasterer, L. Zeigler, T. Reinhart. Second row: 
R. Longenerker, P. DiPangrazio, B. Bariihart. V. Martinicehio, F. Me- 
Culloch. L. J-milh. F. Giovinazzo. Third row: J. ^ olfe, N. Aharrah, F. 
Argenziano, D. Grifler, J. Toy. J. Staiiffer, W. DeLiberty, P. McEvoy. 
Fourth roll : W. Sdiadler, G. Pietreniak, 0. Reinliaril, R. Nelson, and L. 
Miller. 



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Cheerleaders 



\\ ithout these pep-rai.-crs iniK li of tlic 
L.V.C. spirit would he lost at footl)all and has- 
ketliall panics. Throiifrli their iinocasinp effort- 
they keep tlie stiKJent hodv united. The Vallcv- 
itcs want to thank the Cheerleaders for their 



One, i»o, three: !! 




First ron : I'.itiicia I.iitz. ('apt;ilii. Srcanil roii : M.iiy .t.uir I'ult-. Ho-rl\n 
Rogers, Barliara .liilin-ciii. Thiiil ri>H : K.irl Scliiiiidl. Dmuild llcilr. Nelson 
Umber. 



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Le/f fo right; First row: Plasterer, Kunkle, Toy, Don- 
ley, Weinel, Wolfe, Thomas. Second row: Garda. Third 
row: LeGay, Smith, Slezosky. Fourth roti : Lambert, Syd- 
lik. Cardos, Barlow, K. Longenecker, Rosenberg, Ahar- 
rah, Waldman, R. Longenecker. Fifth row: Manager Mr- 



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Collurh, Coach Linta, Head Coach McCracken, Coach 
Mayhoffer, Manager Zeigler. Sixth row: DeLiberty, 01- 
Hnger, Reinhart, Martinicchio, Giovinazzo, Wesoloski, 
Chinault, Rissmiller, Lavorini, Stauffer, DiPangrazio, 
Paul, Barnhart. 




t//e flying 'Dutchmen 
take to the field, with . . 

Football 



SCHEDULE 1956 

LV 0pp. 

Wilkes 39 6 

Lycoming 19 

Muhlenberg 7 14 

Moravian 2 33 

Si. Vincents 13 

Albright 6 20 

Drexel 12 32 

P. M. C 25 40 



ROSS PLASTERER . . . end 
co-captain . . . senior. 



GLEN THOMAS . . . end 
co-captain . . . senior. 



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The Lebanon Valley College football team 
posted a record of one win and seven losses 
during the 1956 season under the tutelage of 
Coach Ellis R. McCracken. The whole L.V. 
football picture cannot be perceived at one 
glance, though, as the Dutchmen fought a few 
valiant battles in vain and were hampered by 
injuries through a strong schedule which al- 
lowed little breathing room. 

T^ ilkes College offered little resistance to 
the well-balanced Leljanon Valley attack on the 
night of SeptemJter 29. as the Dutchmen won 
their first game in the annual Bologna Bowl 
by a 39-6 count. The victory was largely due 
to fine teamwork between seasoned veterans 
and worthv newcomers. Among the former 
were co-captains Ross Plasterer and Glen 
Thomas, Bojjby Longenecker, Jim \^ olfe, Tom 
Kunkle, Joe Tov. Joe Stauffer. Nello Lavorini. 
Paul DiPangrazio. Frank Giovinazzo. Barrv 
Barnhart. and ]NeiI Aharrah. Among the fresh- 
men and transfer students rendering commend- 
able service were Dick Smith. Ken Longenecker. 
Hal Donelv. Karl \^ esoloski. Irv LeGav. Don 
Svdlik. and Dom Garda who won the Bologna 
Bowl award for playing an outstanding game. 

Lycoming downed the Valley in the follow- 
ing game by a 19-0 score by completely domi- 
nating the game and stalling the locals" Ijest 
efforts in the clutch. 

Lvcoming scored three times in the first 
half and Lebanon Valley stiffened in the sec- 
ond half to plav the invaders to a standstill. 

Muhlenljerg emerged from a 7-7 tie at 
halftime to defeat tiie Dutchmen in the fourth 
quarter on an intercepted lateral pass which 



went for a touchdown. It was still a moral vic- 
tory for the Valley as Muhlenberg had entered 
the game hea\-y favorites. 

Moravian was next to add Lebanon Vallev 
to its victory list as the Greyhounds took ad- 
vantage of three costly fumbles and proceeded 
to score at will to win on their own field, 33-2. 

Again at St. Vincents in Leechljurg. the 
Dutchmen suffered from a bad first half as the 
Bearcats struck paydirt twice in the first half, 
only to have the Valley hold the rest of the 
game. Final score. 13-0. 

Alljriglit and Lebanon Valley were picked 
as nearly equal teams, neither posting an im- 
pressive record. The Lions, playing on their 
own turf, quickly made a rout of the game 
outscoring the Valley 3-1. Final score, 20-6. 

On the combination Homecoming and 
Parent's Day, the Dutchmen eleven gave the 
grads and folks absolutely nothing to cheer 
about as they were completely overrun ])v a big 
and strong Drexel team. 32-12. Injuries were 
very prevalent throughout the season and par- 
ticularly against tlie Dragons as onlv four of 
the first 13 Valley players to enter the contest 
were physically able to finisli. 

To close the season the Dutchmen gave 
Penn Military College a run for their monev. 
losing 40-25, after the '"first half jinx" had cost 
them the marginal fifteen ])oints. 

This was the last game for co-captains Ross 
Plasterer and Glen Thomas and the outstand- 
ing quarter])ack Doininic Garda who received 
recognition on the Small College All-American 
Football Team for his play while in the Blue- 
and-\^ bite of Lebanon Vallev. 



Dick Smith, junior fullback, 
shows open-field running 
form as he moves for long 
yardage behind good block- 
ing against Drexel on Home- 
coming and Parent's Dav. 




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Safety man Chris Chinault saves extra yard- 
age with a low tackle. 



Tom Kunkle and Joe Toy collaborate Nello Lavorini scores on a Dom 

on a side-line tackle. Garda aerial against Drexel. 




Ross Plasterer, a four year veteran 
and an outstanding end. 



Dom Garda, senior quarterback and 
Small College All-America selection. 



Glen Thomas, durable veteran pass 
catching end and defensive back. 



The Lebanon Valley Flying Dutchmen charge 
through practice scrimmage on athletic field. 




Coach McCracken (M) reviews strategy with aids, 
Mayhoffer (L) and Linta (R). 



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C(>;u'h Liiita l;iunclio> iiilo li,iltliiiu> 
]ii-p talk lo Dtili'hiiien Lavorini. I.onpp- 
nprkcr. Toy, ^oinel. Cardos. (liovin- 
azzo. LeGay, ami Ri>siiiilIor (hiiinf: 
Drexel game. 



Hill Dt'LilnTty. sojilioniorp quartor- 
liack iiijiirpd in pre■?•t•a^on i>raolioe, 
ol>?.er\t'> action in \\ ilkes rout long- 
ingly. A Ii'tlcrnian Ia?t year. Bill 
\\ill l)c ni(l\ for action next vi-ar. 



. the quiet 
team in 

the loeker 

room . . . 



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Bobby Longenecker, a junior, three year veteran halfback, 
charges head down through Wilkes line in the Bologna Bowl 
game which the Dutchmen won 39-6. Blockers Kunkle, Toy, 
and Wolfe are on ground. 



is a threatemMg 
one OH the field 




Joe Stauffer, junior halfback, shakes off tacklers as big 
Ken Longenecker prepares to block defenders. 



Bologna Bowl Queen, Mary Jane Potts from West Lawn, 
Pa., receives award during pre-game ceremonies, from 
a member of the Lebanon Kiwanis Club, sponsors of the 
contest. 



Basketball 



COACH "Rinso" MARQUETTE, great DICK SHOVER . . . Captain, lead- 

guy, ing scorer. 




SCHEDULE 

Lebanon Valley 79 Alumni 53 

Lebanon Valley 73 Scranton '. 76 

Lebanon \ alley 70 Rider 89 

Lebanon \ alley 57 ^Iiller^ville 55 

Lebanon \ alley 79 Perm Military College 67 

Lebanon Valley 74 Albright 63 

Lebanon Valley 61 Moravian 81 

Lebanon Valley 61 Franklin & Marshall 82 

Lebanon ^ alley 50 Elizabethtoun 57 

Lebanon Valley 67 Dickinson 56 

Lebanon \ alley 59 Temple 70 

Lebanon \ alley 65 West Chester 73 

Lebanon \ alley 71 Drexel 77 

Lebanon Valley 79 Wilkes H 

Lebanon \ alley 60 Elizabethtown 79 

Lebanon \ alley 73 Dickinson 66 

Lebanon \ alley 60 Moravian 68 

Lebanon \ alley 61 Albright 79 

Lebanon ^ alley 75 Susquehanna 65 

Lebanon \ alley 53 Franklin & Mar-li.ill 56 

Lebanon \ alley 70 Muhlenberg 77 

Lebanon ^'alley 73 Farleigh-Ditkinson 71 



L. to R.. J. MeArdle. P. MeEvoy. D. Greider. L. Smith. R. Nel-on. Coach Marquette. R. Shover. 
D. Reinhard, R. Kersteller, W. DeLiberty, B. Boehbr. R. Dinevman, Coach Mayhoffer. 




at Lebanon Valley -mi feet off the ground- action 



Lebanon Valley's unpredictable Flying 
Dutcbmen, despite the play of four year men 
Bob Nelson, Don Reinhard, and Captain Dick 
Shover, closed out its first losing season in six 
years but. in the course of their 21 game season, 
battled evenly with s6me of the top teams in 
the area. 

After a preliminary 79-55 win over the 
L.V.C. alumni, the Valley's regular season got 
underway with a thrilling 78-76 win over Scran- 
ton University in overtime. Dick Shover with 
19 and Don Grider with 17 led the Dutchmen 
to their 42nd straight home win. A small but 
aggressive Rider outfit handed L.V.C. its first 
loss 89-70 despite the 23 points of Bol) Nelson. 

Lebanon Vallev then extended their rec- 
ord to 4-1 with pre-Christmas wins over Millers- 
ville. 57-55. on Nelson's last second basket; 
PMC, 79-67 with Shover pouring in 26 points 
and Albright in another thrilling home win, 
74-68. 

The first game after the holidavs saw Mo- 
ravian College take a painfully easy 81-61 
victory, bringing to an end Lel)anon Valley's 
faljulous 43 game home winning streak. The 
Dutchmen then traveled to Lancaster where 
they absorI)ed their second straight pounding 
82-64 bv Franklin and Marshall after leading 
at the half 42-41. 



Elizabethtown built up an early lead and 
then fought off an L.V.C. rally to win 57-50 and 
hand the Valley its fourth loss against four wins. 

Following an easy 67-56 win over Dickinson 
the Dutclimen suffered three more losses to 
Temple, 70-59; West Chester, 73-65; and Drexel 
by a close 77-74 score. Despite the setbacks, 
Dick Shover tallied a total of 79 points in the 
three games and freshman Barry Skaler ac- 
counted for 45 against the Philadelphia teams. 

The Dutchmen l)roke their losing streak 
with an impressive 79-74 win over Wilkes, led 
by Shover's 30 points, but lost to E-town 79-60 
as Skaler canned 21. L.V.C. defeated Dickinson 
for the second time 73-66 and then threw a scare 
into Moravian Ijefore bowing 68-60. 

After a 79-64 loss to Albright, the Valley 
won their seventh game over Susquehanna by 
a 75-65 score with Shover hitting for 30. F. & M. 
and a top-rated Muhlenljerg outfit were hard 
pressed to defeat a stubliorn Valley five 56-53 
and 77-70 respectively as the season nearcd its 
end. 

L.V.C. 's final game was an evenly fought 
battle which Fairleigh-Dickinson won in over- 
time, 74-73, bringing the Valley's season log to 
eight wins and thirteen losses. Dick Shover 
closed out a brilliant season with 29 points fol- 
lowed bv Bob Nelson with 26. 



BOB KERSTETTER ... a spirited 
competitor; tough under the boards^ 
Soph. 



LLOYD SMITH ... a hometown 
Lebanon product; deadly jump shot — 
Soph. 



BILL DeLIBERTY 
dribbler; possesses 
ability — Soph. 



. . topnotch 
great scoring 




Freshman Barry Skaler drives past 
two Srranlon players and fires a jump 
shot . . . The \ alley went on to win 
the game in an overtime. 




This action vividly displays the tenseness with which Don Creider, Bob 
Kerstelter and Don Reinhard attempt to grab off a reliound against the 
defending Scranton jilayers. Tlli^ type of aggre??ivene,-s paid off in a 
78-76 victory. 



B.\RRY SKALER . . . freshman star 
from Philadelphia; dead set shot. 



BOB DINERMAX . . . backcourt 
hustler with great left-handed stab 
shot — Junior. 




""Denny" Oinernian displays his driv- 
ing >kill as he goes by a Scranton 
defender to add two points to the 
\ allev score. 



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DON REINHARD ... 4th year on 
the varsity as a starter; top-rate com- 
petitor and rebounder — Senior. 



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PETE McEVOY . . . backcourt star 
and floor general with a lot of hustle; 
good drive shot — Junior. 





Coach Marquette and Captain Dick 
Shover . . . the brains behind the 
scenes. 



BOB NELSON ... a consistent scorer 
during the last four years; well-known 
for jump shot — Senior. 



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DON GREIDER . . . veteran re- 
turnee with initiative and push; good 
scorer with fearful set shot — Junior. 



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Varsity in action 



The ''toweriiji; trio"" of 6'6" Bob 
Nelson, 6'1" Dick Shover and 6'5" Don 
Reinhard have been mainstays of the 
Valley Team for four years. 

These three L.V.C. seniors have 
provided many thrills for Vallev fol- 
lowers under the tutelage of George 
'■Rinso"" Marquette, who ended his fifth 
year of coaching at the end of this past 
season. 



Don Reinhard save? a rebound from going out 
of bounds ... he i; a Pine Grove product who 
continually amazed fans with his rebounding 
ability. 



The ".Nels" goes up to dunk one against Muhlenberg . . . 
he is a Harrisburg product who has amassed a grand 
total of in6;i point- during hi- four year career at LVC. 



Captain Dick ."^hover drives around his Albright 
defender as he scores two of his 1218 points 
compiled during his four year career. 





L. to r.. Coach Miiylioffer, S. Bulz, B. Skaler, D. Ross. M. Mihalek, B. Buzgon, R. Savidge, 
J. Dougherty, W. Kiistich, A. Kohlcr, Coach Marquette, J. Metka (kneeling). 



The Junior Edition 




The Lcl)aiion Valley Jiinioi- Varsitv basket- 
ball team of 19.56-,'j7 turned in a respectable 
performance while compiling a season's log of 
eight wins and six losses. 

This year's squad was lead bv Sam Butz. 
Al Kohler and Marty Mihalek who averaged 
17, 16 and 13 points per game respectively. 
Fundamentallv responsible for the season's suc- 
cess was the ficrv determination with which our 
future varsity players entered each game. 

The J.V.'s opened the season with a bang 
as they soundly trounced their first four op- 
ponents but in the fifth game of the year they 
were reversed in a thrilling triple overtime 
game against F. & M. 

The remainder of the season was high- 
lighted ])y thrilling victories over E-town, a 
top-notch Hershey Junior Colleire squad, and 
an avengeful victory over F. & M. Throughout 
the season the J.V.'s displayed a basketball 
savy that makes varsity prospects for next year 
seem bright. 



Doug Ross is fouled as he attempts a 15-foot jump shot 
in the J.V.'s 84-77 victory over F & M. Under the board 
is Marty Mihalek waiting for the rebound. 



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Jh Spring its 

Baseball 




Tom Reiiih;irl advanres to third l)ase as Pete MiEvoy 
hits one throuph the hole into right field. The Millers- 
ville third baseman anxiously awaits the belated thro«. 
The ^ alley won by a 4-3 score. 






I.V-i^^^p^BW-S^V.. 




Bill Wenrich who pitched the first no-hit. no-run panic 
in the history ol Lebanon Valley baseball. As a reward 
for his spectacular performance the Athletic Council 
retired his jersey. 



Larry Bennetch gets thrown out at first base after exe- 
cuting a successful squeeze play in the game against 
Drexel. The \ alley went on to \» in the game by an 
11 to 2 score. 



The 19S6 Flviiij: DiitcliiiKMi Imsoliall squad had 
a ^viiiiiiiii; .■sea.'soii. Thev roiii|)iled a coiiiineiidahle 
record of ten win.* a<:ainsl only five setliacks. Fiinda- 
nientally ie-i])on>il)le for the team's success was co- 
captain and ])it(lier Bill \^ etuich who finished the 
season with a leinarkahle i)itchini: record of seven 
wins to his credit. Bill did not suffer a defeat 
throujrhout the entire season. 

Hii;hlifrhts of the season included victories over 
F. & AT.. Millersvile. (".cttyslmrj:. Scranton and 
t rsiiuis. The \ allev twice defeated E-town and 
Drexel. 

Bill Shadier and Dick Shover led the offensive 
attack thrmijihotit the season alon;; with Glen 
Thomas. Ross Plasterer and Larrv Beiuietch who 
also accounted for much of L.^ .C.s hittinj; jiower. 
Joe Stauffcr. Pete McEvoy and Tom Reinhart held 
down the toii^h defensive positions. The pitching 
chores were (li\ ided among \\ enrich. Boh Nelson 
and Gleini Thomas. 

The outstanding performance of the year was 
Bill Yi enrichs no-liitter on the home diamond 
against Gettvshiirgs hascliall nine. The \ allev won 
the game as Bill Shadier collected l)olh R.B.I.'s in 
the 2-0 victory. This no-hitter was the first in hase- 
hall history here at I..V.C. 



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L.V.C. 38 F. & M. 88 

L.V.C. 44 M-ViUe 82 

L.V.C. 38 Albright 87 

L.V.C. 51 P.M.C. 73 

L.V.C. 25 Ursinus 99 

L.V.C. 41 Juniata 85 



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The Lebanon Valley College track team 
of 1956 experienced a winless season. The Fly- 
ing Dutchmen competing in the track and field 
sport for only the second time as a team, was 
limited in its success because of the inexperi- 
ence with which our squad had to« contend. 
Although our record was f«r from impressive 
we feel that much was learned during this 
season and the returning veterans feel quite 
confident that the coming season will reveal a 
more impressive record. The famous sports- 
writer Grantland Rice once said: 

"When the One Great Scorer comes 
to mark upon your name; he 
marks not that you won or lost 
but how you played the game." 
Throughout the season several of our boys 
displayed fine track and field ability. Aubrey 
Kershner was a constant point getter in the 
100 yard dash and the high hurdles. Eugene 
Pietreniac and Dale Shaeffer consistently won 
many honors in the weight divisions. In the 
distance events Lloyd Smith made himself 
known by securing many first place credits for 
L.V.C. 

Lebanon Valley competed in six dual meets 
and one triangular meet. 



Track 



Z^e race against time 




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Hockey 



The 1956-57 squad finished the season 
with a record of three ties and one loss. 
The team's fii;htin>i spirit was encourafjed 
by the tri-captains: Dot Book, Arlene Rey- 
nolds, and Jo Yoinifi. To their dismay, the 
season ended with two rain-out cancella- 
tions. A total of four points was scored in 
the four games plaved. Marion Brooks and 
Jo Young shared honors with two goals 
each: Sally Lynch also received one of Miss 
Bowmans "psvchological safctv-pins" for 
her terrific job as goalie. 

Congratulations are certainly in order 
to Miss Bowman, the varsity hockev team, 
and the managers for so commendable a 
season. 



GO, VALLEY, DRIVE! 



hVC 0pp. 

Millersville S.T.C 2 2 

Elizabethtown 4 

Harrisburg Hockey Club 1 1 

Millersville S.T.C 1 1 







fiV.sf roi( : E. Riller. Manager; M. Brooks B. Klinger, A. Reynolds. D. Book. J. Young. >'. 
Kellle, B. Johnson, R. Sheetz, Manager. Second row: Miss Bowman, Coach; S. Angle, E. 
Black, J. Sines, V. Evans, S. Lynch, E. Berger. R. Houell. B. Funk. J. Noll. 










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First Ron: J. Thomas. S. Angle, R. Howell. A. Reynol(l>. D. Hill. J. Winter, 
S. Lynih. P. Barbour. B. :^prinkle. ,1. Young. E. Goodyear. Second Ron: 
R. Sheetz. L. Gay. J. Noll. E. Black. M. Beaver. V. Evans. E. Berger, J. 
Simes, B. Woodly, D. While, M. Brooks, N. Kettle, Miss Bowman. 



Minor injuries coiilrl not (lani]>en the entliusiasni of the Girls' Baskethall 
Team. The excellent spirit of these "Flyinf; Dutchijirls"' reached a hii;h point 
this year. The team culminated the season with a commendahle record of 
five wins and two losses. All A'allevites are proud of the undefeated record on 
the home floor. 

Following the fine example of Captain Jeanne Winter and under the 
capa])le coachinf; of Miss Bowman, the girls have proved to he a challenge to 
any oi»ponent. The starting line-up consisted of: Donna Hill, Sally Lynch, 
and Rutii Howell at forward with Arlene Reynolds, Jeanne Winter, and Peggy 
Bar])our in the guard positions. The firehall freshman, Sally Lynch was high 
scorer, averaging 18.4 points per game. In the runner-up position was Donna 
Hill, another freshman, with a 16.1 point average. Many outstanding under- 
classmen promise continued success. 

A word of appreciation is also in order to the girls hehind the scenes — the 
managers: Dot Book, Ruth Sheetz, and Carol Ott. 



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NICE TRY 


JEANNE 


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OPPONENT 








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Moravian . . . . 


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51 


Elizabethtown 


50 








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Shiiipen>l)iirg 


43 








58 


Albright 


31 








55 


Milleriville 


41 




44 


Elizabelhtown 


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W.A.A. 



"A girl for every sport, and a -sport for every girl." With this 
motto, the Women's Athletic Association under the able leadership 
of President Jeanne Winter initiated again this year an extensive pro- 
gram of intramural sports. A hike for freshman and Girls'-Bovs' sports 
events were also on the agenda which culminated with the annual spring 
Sports Banquet. At this time, the presentation of blazers to outstanding 
seniors and other awards was made. 



First roiv: D. Book, J. Winter J. Young, B. Johnson, S. Weit. J. Heindel. Second 
row: M. Greybeck, N. MacDonald, R. Howell, A. Reynolds, R. Rogers, N. Kettle, D. 
Jones, B. Klinger. Third rotv: M. Hafer, F. Rhen, M. Brooks, R. Lauman, E. 
Speicher, E. Berger. R. Slieetz, U. Williamson. Fourth row: D. White, P. Barbour, 
J. Grube, V. Evans, L. Gay, M. Beaver, C. Long, P. Bell. 




Rulh Howell, Sojlhall Leader 




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Mary Beaver, Badminton Lender 



Peggy Barbour, Basketball Leader 




Xancy Kettle. Hockey Leader 



Sandra \\ eit. Ping Pong Leader 



Louise Gav. Jollerball Leader 



Fern Liskey, Shuffleboard Leader 



Donna '^"illiani-on and Flora Rhcn. 
Arlene Reynold-, Tennis Leader '^"'■' L<^"(iers 




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DOT BOOK is uell-known on campus as the ever- 
faithful Ln J ie C.oIIeiiienne editor and as president 
of Kappa Laml)da j\u. In addition. Dot has been 
active as fullback on the hockey team and as man- 
ager for the basketball team. 




W. A.A. and the basketball team have had a success- 
ful year under the capable leadership of JEANNE 
WINTER, president and captain respectively. "Miss 
Athlete" for the Class of 1957 is also an attendant 
in this year's May Court. 



Senior Athletes 



Hats oft to four .-icuiof athletes! In recognition of their contrihntion to 
intramural as well as inter-collegiate sports at L.V., these girls were presented 
with the highest awards of the W.A.A. — hlue and white hlazers. 



Last year's ping pong leader. .ARLENE REYNOLDS 
has contributed much in promoting W.A.A. activi- 
ties. Arlene has served as halfback on the hockey 
field and as guard on the ba>kelball court for four 
years. Together with Dot Book and Jo \oung, 
Arlene was tri-captain of the hockey team. 




JO YOUNG, outstanding as a wing on the hockey 
team, has played inter-collegiate basketball during 
her four years at L.V.C. Jo is also well-known in 
the Conservatory and as choir director for the S.C.A. 
Choir. 




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"fiP time 
like our time" 



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Gander Week-end 





ALLOW ME. 



THE GALS MUST BUY THE TICKETS. 



Christmas Dinner Dance 



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DANCING TO DREAMY MUSIC. 



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Homecoming . . . 



L.V.C. PATRIOTS. 



GEORGIE WILL BE A BOOST TO 
THE FOOTBALL TEAM. 




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CHOW TIME. 



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Be/ore— THE LAZY QUITTAPAHILLA. 



Alter— TUE WILDLY DISTURBED QUITTIE. 



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The regular tranquility of the lazy Quittapahilla was violently dis- 
turbed on the mafinificent, njisty, niorning: of the newly mud-daubed 
Underclassman Day. The tug; lost some of the fervor of other years, 
hut the sure-footed Sophomores won the final tug amidst yells of 
"Merry Christmas, Frosh!'' 

In the evening, both classes sponsored a dance at which the enmity 
of the morning was forgotten. 



146 



Religious Emphasis Weeic 




Annual provision for a week in the 
school year wherein stress is laid upon re- 
ligion has come to ])e a highlijiht on the 
collepc calendar. This year's theme for Re- 
ligious Emphasis Week was '"Seek Your 
Master.'" Throughout the week, students" 
spiritual and personal needs were discussed f^?^^ 
and acted upon through tlie outh^s of semi- ,»,*~^i;' 
nars, sce|)tic liours. lectures, and panel dis- 'J^ji 
cussions. During this time L.V.C. students V^^J^ 
examined themselves and also re-examined ^ 
their faith. 



i,^; ^^e'fth Annual 
RELIGIOUS EMPHASIS W 





DR. SHERIDAN \^ . BELL, 
"l QCT'? »"«»' speaker. 



EGE 



The executive rominittee. 
Left to right: J. Slearn*, 
8ludent Co-Chainiian; V. 
Smedlfv, Student Cliainiinn; 
N. Davis, D. Burkharl. Stu- 
dent Represenlatives. Min- 
ing: \. Lantz, J. Lebo. 



lendina 



147 



^ay Day Memories 




\ i 



<® 




.i?&'»i, Vt''''£iC iLfH-^-f^^ .i^ 'Ifci'.is. i' .-*. 






first roiv: Jean Lowry Wolf, Jacquelyn DeBenedett. Second roiv: Shirley 
Heizman, Shirley Warfel, Maid of Honor; Gloria Ritter. Third roiv: 
Naomi Sprenkle, Kathryn Dotts, May Queen; Cynthia Patton. 




148 




KATHRYN DOTTS, May Queen. 



THE QUEEN IS CROWNED. 



'56 




THE NEPTUNE DELEGATION. 



The U.U.U. (University Unity 
Union) spoke to Earth on the Lehanon 
Vallev campus (hirinf; the Mav Dav 
Festivities on Mav 5, 19S6. Each j)hinet 
was represented hy a tlclefjation who 
transmitted their "Peace of Earth" mes- 
sage to the May Queen and her Court. 
Through the universal language of 
music and dance, their performance was 
"out -of -this- world." 



MARTIAN INVASION. 







it 



PATRICIA LUTZ, May Queen 



POLLY RISSER, Maid of Honor 




May Day '57 



150 



GEORGIANNE FUNK M. ELAINE GOODYEAR 



DORIS kant: 






/.-^ 






nancylee kettle 



MARY RISSER 



JEANNE \^ INTER 




Mmtmsm^vi 




MARY CAPP GREEN RESIDENCE HALL. 



MARY FEELS LIKE A NEW 
PERSON IN HER NEW ROOM. 



FIRST FLOOR LOUNGE PROVIDES A 
PLEASANT ATMOSPHERE. 



THE 

DEVELOPMENT 

PROGRAM 

. . . ^rmt/f for the future 




152 




SCIENCE HALL. 



The initial stage of a ten year development program for Lebanon 
Valley College will come to a successful close on Mav 18, 1957. On 
this date three new Iniildings will l)e forniallv dedicated and accepted 
into the college family, Mary Capp Green Residence Hall. Gossard 
Memorial Lil)rarv, and Science Hall. 

These buildings, which represent a solution to the current shortage 
of adequate living and study space, will not onlv alleviate those condi- 
tions, but will serve as levers and tools with which future battalions will 
attack the walls of the citadel of ignorance. 



GOSSARD xMEMORLAL LIBRARY. 




DORM LIFE 

. , . a mi Hi mum of space 
and time . . . 
, , , a madmum of exams 
and fun . . . 




OF COURSE I'M STUDYING 



I NEEDED A BREAK. 



\.Jk>t- 






c 




THE MOTHER INSTINCT 




CHEERS! 



ALL I WANT FOR CHRISTMAS IS 





DRAMATIC FLAIR IN OLD NORTH HALL. 



AND THEN SHE SAID 




WANT TO GO FOR A SWIM? SYLVESTOR, 

SOUTH HALL'S MASCOT. 



QUIET BUNCH IN THE LAWR- 
ENCE KEISTER RESIDENCE HALL 
(SAME PLACE). NE'ft NAME, NEW 
FACES. 



-* 



Lest we forget . . . 





RESTFUL AFTERNOONS IN THE DAYROOM. 
MOVING IN. 





THOSE THREE A. M. FIRE DRILLS! 



INITIATION. 



VALLEY'S OWN FLORENCE NIGHTINGALES. 



THE FRESHMAN HIKE. 





THE GOOD HUMOR MEN 




A CHEERFUL \>i AITER. 



OUR FAVORITE COOK^. WALTER AM) (;E0RGE 




157 





ADVERTISIMENTS 



'a time to sell" 



159 








■!V*K 



,v / 




BY 




SCHOOLS 

WEDDINGS 

GROUPS 

PORTRAIT 

ILLUSTRATION 

DIRECT COLOR 



HERSHEY'S HOMOGENIZED MILK 



Serving Lebanon Area for Oier 40 Years 



ARRY L. MYER & SON 

Your Milk Distributor 



CLEONA Phone: 2-6161 



WENGERT'S DAIRY PRODUCTS 



Home of Prize Winning Milk 



161 



FINK'S BAKERY 



DELICIOUS LAYER CAKES - PIES 



Filled and French Doughnuts 



PECAN BUNS - BREAD - SHOOFLY PIES 



M. L. HALDEMAN & SON 

GENERAL CONTRACTORS 
We Build for Eternity 



Phone: Keystone 3-9181 
103 W. Chocolate Avenue 



HERSHEY, PENNA. 



162 



Cofuplinicuts 
of 

COLLEGE BOOK STORE 


Compliments 

of 

Your Local Insiirauce Man 

I. M. LONG 

• 

ANNVILLE, PA. 


SEE YOU AT 

HOT DOG FRANK'S 

The Place Where Students 

Congregate For a Bite to Eat 

in a Cheerful Atmosphere 


Signs and Display Material 
ROY H. DUNDORE 

• 

129 Cumberland Street 

LEBANON, PA. 


ARNOLD'S BOOT SHOP 

Exclusive Shoes 

FLORSHEIM SHOES 

"For the Man Who Caves" 

34 North Eighth Street 

LEBANON, PA. 


RUGGIES FOOT TRAITS RUGGIE-ETTES 

Complimejits of 

THE W. L. KREIDER'S SONS 
MFG. CO., INC. 

PALMYRA, PA. 

Makers of Fine Jitienile Foot near 



163 



CompUweuts of 
BRANDYWINE IRON & METAL COMPANY 

Salvage 
Structural Steel — Pipe — Plate — Shapes 

Sam Clark '27 Abe Grosky 



LEBANON, PA. 



Phone 2-4655 



Coiupliments 

of 
J. S. HERSHEY BAKING CO. 

• 

For Unexcelled Delivery 
Service 

Call Palmyra 8-4291 

Compliments 

of 

J. BERMAN & SONS, INC. 

ALAN-BARR ALUMINUM 

CO., INC. 

PALMYRA, PENNA. 



Compliments 

of 
CARL'S BARBER SHOP 



LEBANON VALLEY 
PETROLEUM, INC. 

Distributor of Cities Service 

Products 

G.E. Heating ?3 Burner Service 

• 
CLEONA, PENNA. 



(Eljurci) Center ^refiS, Snc. 

Publishing House of the Evangelical Congregational Church 

MYERSTOWN, PENNA. 



164 





A. R. SHEARER 


Dodge - VI y month 


Mohilgas — Mobiloil 


Motor Cars and Trucks 


Seriice Station 


Sales and Seriice 


Mobil Tires and Tubes 




Car Washing 


• 


Main and White Oak Streets 




ANNVILLE, PA. 


CASSEL BROTHERS 


Telephone 7-480 1 


Compliments 


246-248 W. Main Street 


of 
BEN FRANKLIN STORE 


PALMYRA, PENNA. 


Your College Store 


• 


OPEN EVENINGS 
E. W. Wolfe, Oiincr 


Phone 8-5281 


37-3 9 West Main Street 




ANNVILLE, PENNA. 


Compliments 


There Must 


of 


Be a Bank 


PETER HAWRYLUK 


In Your 


Jeweler 


Future! 


• 


• 


40 East Main Street 




ANNVILLE, PENNA. 


LEBANON COUNTY 




TRUST CO. 

Next to the Court House 


CO-ED 


LUNCHEONETTE 


LEBANON, PA. 




PHONE 3-163 8 


ANNVILLE, PENNA. 


INSTALLMENT LOAN DEPT.— :-1840 


• 


I 

REAL ESTATE DEPT. — 2-2581 


Frank uitd Delia Marino, Props. 


Mciiihcr federal Deposit Iiisiiraiire Corp. 



165 



Compliments 

of 

SUNSET SHOPPING CENTER AND 

FARMERS MARKET 

Lebanon, Pennsylvania 



Compliments 


WILBUR Z. WEIK 


of 


Planned Interiors 




Furniture - Fabrics 


LINTZ'S 


Accessories 


• 


1001 Cumberland Street 




LEANON, PENNA. 


LEBANON, PENNA. 


Phone 3-3611 


Compliments 


BAILEY'S 


of 


RESTAURANT & LOUNGE 


JOE AND LLOYD'S 




BARBER SHOP 


Lebanon, Pa. 


• 


• 


No Appointment Necessary 


Entertainment Nightly 



Phone 2-7666 



EUGENE HOASTER 

Insurance and Surety Bonds 

43 North Eighth Street 
LEBANON, PENNA. 



EUGENE HOASTER 



DONALD J. HOASTER 



166 



Dine in Our Fiesta Roojn — 

''Where Every Meal Is an EvenV 

GEO. WASHINGTON TAVERN 

Lebanon, Penna. 


Phone 2-3656 

PAUL T. GINGRICH 
Insurance Service 

5 04 Cumberland Street 

LEBANON, PENNA. 


Compliments 
of the 

CALCITE QUARRY 
CORPORATION 

Crushed Stone 
Transit Mixed Concrete 

Di.il 3-375 5 

LEBANON, PENNA. 


MAX LOVE'S CLEANERS 

One Hour Cleaning at Plant 

Store - 1 3 W. Main Street 

Plant - Water Street 

ANNVILLE, PENNA. 


Compliments 

of 
BOYER BROS. 

Fancy Fruits — Vegetables 
Sea Foods 

12 3 East Main Street 

PALMYRA, PENNA. 


THE BON -TON 

• 
'' Lebanon'* s Greatest 

Store'' 


HERSHEY BROS. GARAGE 

DeSoto - Plymouth 
612 E. Main Street 

PALMYRA, PENNA. 
Phone 8-S041 



167 



WHITMO YER 

"Vrodiicts of Scientific Merit'' 

Cod Liver Oils - Vitamin and Mineral Concentrates 
Poultry and Livestock Health Products - Disinfectants and Insecticides 

WHITMOYER LABORATORIES, INC. 

Manufacturing Chemists 

MYERSTOWN, PENNA. 
In Canada — Whitmoyer Laboratories, Ltd. Yarmouth, Nova Scotia 



Compliments 

of 
J. HENRY MILLER CO. 


OTTO'S CLOTHING 

ANNVILLE 

• 

The House of Brands 


PAUL L. STRICKLER 
President — 1914 


Arrow - McGregor - Botany 
Alligator - Stetson - Florsheim 


E. PETER STRICKLER 




Treasurer — 1947 


Compliments 


All Forms of Insurance 


of 
GROY and HOUSER 


Eighth and Willow Streets 


Florists 


LEBANON, PENNA. 


* 


Call 3-2641 


Palmyra Hershey 
Phone 8-6451 Phone 3-95 59 



KREAMER BROS. 

Ftirnitiire 

Floor Coverings — Electrical Appliances 

ANNVILLE, PENNA. 
Funeral Director 



168 



PRYOR'S TIRE SERVICE, Inc. 

Authorized G.E. Dealers 
Firestone Distributors 

12 24 Cumberland Street 

LEBANON, PENNA. 


Phone 3-1605 

Repairs - Siilcs - Rentah 

ALJIM OFFICE SUPPLY 
CO., INC. 

Office Machine Specialists 

1011 Cumberland Street 

LEBANON, PENNA. 

AL SPAYD, JR. JIM KIMBALL 
Phone 2-9701 


DAVIS PHARMACY 

9-11 West Main Street 

ANNVILLE, PENNA. 
• 

Prescriptions — Phonographs — Parker Pens and Pencils 
Schaeffer Pens and Pencils 


^ings^lep anb IBrolun 

Incorporated 

Launderers — Cleaners — Dyers — Furriers 
801 East Main Street 

ANNVILLE, PENNA. 

Phone: In Annville — Annville 7-3 5 11 In Hershey, Myerstown, Elizabethtown 
In Middletown — Whitman 4-3 1 5 1 Enterprise 1-0611 

Cold Storage Vaults on Premises 


For Service Phone 2-28 51 

GOODMAN 
VENDING SERVICE 

Candy 
119 Cumberland Street 

LEBANON 


THE FLOWER SHOP 

Corsages Our Specialty 

LEBANON, PENNA. 
Rear of Court House 

iloncrs Tclcy,vaphcd Anyii hci\\ Au\timc 

Phone 
Lebanon 2-1961 Night, Lebanon 2-2422 



169 



Electro-Bond — Recapping 


LEBANON AUTO BUS 
CO., INC. 


SIMON S. KETTERING SONS 


Isaac Plasterer, President 


Distributor — Goodyear Tires 


9th and Chestnut Streets 

LEBANON, PENNA. 


N. Side 16th & Cumberland 

LEBANON, PENNA. 


Bus Service to Cornwall, Mt. Gretna 

Manheinty Lancaster, Marietta 

Lebanon to Jonestown and Indiantoivn Gap 


Phone: 2-5771 


Charter Service 
Serving All of Lebanon County 


Compliments 

of 
DANIEL F. WENGER & SON 


MAGEE'S CUT RATE 

Surgical Appliances 

1 9 East Main Street 

PALMYRA, PENNA. 


Contractors & Builders 


Phone 8-5121 


3 6 College Avenue 
ANNVILLE 


Zenith Hearing Aids 

Elastic Hoses — Trusses 

Proprietaries 


SUPER SELF-SERVICE 


Parties — Banquets 
Clubs — Dealers 


SHOE STORE 

• 


'^xyeia.m>s 


Q_ LEBANON J 


12 North 9th Street 
LEBANON, PENNA. 


ICE CREAM 
"The Cream of Matchless Merit 

Phone 2-0231 


Compliments 


PAUL H. KETTERING 


of 


Sporting Goods 


SHANKROFF AND SHULTZ 

and 

LOBEL'S YOUTH CENTER 


Esso — Goodyear Service 
Hunting ^ Fishing Supplies 

1 04 West Main Street 
ANNVILLE, PENNA. 


Lebanon, Pa. 


Phone 7-6231 



170 



UNION EMBLEM COMPANY 

College and Fraternity Jewelry 

Felt Goods and Commencement 

Stationery 

PALMYRA, PENNA. 
P. H. NISSLEY, Manager 


Compliments 

of 
HAROLD H. HERR 

General Electric 

Appliances 

Sales — Sen ice 

On The Square 

PALMYRA, PENNA. 
Phone 8-4261 


PALM RECREATION 
CENTER 

''Boiil For Your Health!'' 

Open: 

Friday, Saturday and Sunday Nights 
PALMYRA, PA. 
Raymond Smith, Prop. 


Kelfinator 

Ratigi's - Refrigerators - Home Freezers 

Air Conditioners - Automatic Washers 

Dryers 

Zenith - TV - Si /'<""'" 

WILSON C. MILLER 
105 No. Railroad Street 

PALMYRA, PENNA. 

Dial 8-0381 

Watches - Diaino)iiis - Jenelry 
Sill em are 


Compliments 

of 
KARMEL KORN SHOP 

• 
718 Cumberland Street 

LEBANON, PENNA. 


"Yon may suit yourself! 
But does your suit suit others?" 

Try 
LAWN'S CLOTHING SHOP 

For a Change 

812 Willow Street 

LEBANON, PENNA. 


Write for Folders 
1957 Student Groups to Europe 

LEBANON COUNTY 
TRAVEL BUREAU 

7 57 Willow Street 

LEBANON, PENNA. 
Phone 2-6606 


Compliments 

of 
ACADEMY THEATRE 

• 
Lebanon, Pa. 



171 



STEFFY SHOE CO. 

HARVEY STEFFY, Prop. 
• 

Avon, Pa. 


Photography of the 
Better Kind 

• 

HARPEL'S STUDIO 
Lebanon, Pa. 

Phone 2-5689 


MURRAY'S 

• 
729 Cumberland Street 

LEBANON, PENNA. 


SOUTH SIDE FLOWER SHOP 

810 South 12tli Street 

LEBANON, PENNA. 

Phone 3-2683 

• 

^^F loners For All Occasions'' 


Compliments 

of 

THE SHERWIN-WILLIAMS 

COMPANY 

Frederick S. Tice, Manager 

610 Cumberland Street 

LEBANON, PENNA. 


LEBANON MUSIC HOUSE 
41 North 8 th Street 

LEBANON, PENNA. 
• 

Pianos 
Weaver — Steimvay 


J. C. HAUER'S SONS, INC. 
Wholesale Distributors 

Candy — Cigarette 
Vending Machines 

LEBANON, PENNA. 


C. M. PETERS 

Diamonds - Jetvelry - Watches 
Clocks - Silverware 

Watches, Clocks and Jeivelry Repaired 

10th and Walnut Streets 
LEBANON, PENNA. 



172 



MICOZZrS HOBBY SHOP 


Best Wishes 


Sporting Goods 




Photographic Equipment 


STATE THEATRE 


5 5 West Main Street 


511-515 Cumberland Street 


ANNVILLE, PENNA. 


LEBANON, PENNA. 


Phone 7-8 561 




Compliments 


FIRESTONE PRODUCTS 


of 


Funck's Garage 


WEAVER'S FAMOUS 


General Repairing 


LEBANON BOLOGNA, INC. 


Official AAA Scriice — Atlantic Prnditcts 




14-16 S. White Oak Street 


P. O. Box 52 5 






Official Inspection Station No. 3068 


LEBANON, PENNA. 


J. C. FUNCK Annvillc 7-5121 


JOHN H. BOYER AND SONS 


Compliments 


Fuel Oil and Coal 


of 


• 


AUTOMOTIVE 


Railroad Street 


TRADE ASSOCIATION 


ANNVILLE, PENNA. 


of 


Phone 7-41 11 


LEBANON COUNTY 


J. S. BASHORE 


HUBERMAN'S 




• 


• 






Jeiielers Since 1905 


Clothing of Quality 






• 


• 


846 Cumberland Street 


LEBANON, PENNA. 


LEBANON, PENNA. 



173 



A FRIEND 


PATRONS 

Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Disslngcr 


Mr. and Mrs. John R. Howell 


A FRIEND 


Mr. and Mrs. Earnest H. Drum 


Mr. and Mrs. Clyde E. Hower 


Mrs. M.iry Ah.irrah 


Mrs. Pauline E. Ebright 


Mr. and Mrs. Wm. R. Hullfish, Sr. 


Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Alutius 


Mr. Harold Eckelman 


Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Jarboe 


Mr. and Mrs. Lester E. Anderson 


Mr. and Mrs. Algert G. Edwards 


Mr. and Mrs. Albert S. Johnson 


Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Angle 


J. George Ennis 


Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Johnson 


Mr. and Mrs. James Argenziano 


Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Epting 


Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Jones 


Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Artz 


Mr. and Mrs. David Etters 


Lester M. and Grace W. Kauffman" 


Mr. and Mrs. Charles Atwell 


Mr. and Mrs. Frederick F. Evans 


Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kelly 


Dr. J. Clarence Bachman 


Mr. and Mrs. George Fillmore 


Mr. and Mrs. Henry R. Kelly 


Mr. and Mrs. Lavere E. Baker 


Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ford 


Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Kershncr 


Ernest H. Barlow 


Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Fox 


Mr. and Mrs. James P. Kettle 


Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Barlow 


Mr. and Mrs. Henry Francis 


Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Kiick 


Mrs. Edward Basehore 


Mr. and Mrs. Russell Frease 


Mr. and Mrs. Henry Koch 


Mr. and Mrs. John J. Bel!, Sr. 


Mr. and Mrs. Lerue D. Fromm 


Henry A. Kohler 


Mr. and Mrs. Louis L. Bcntley 


Mr. and Mrs. Robert Geltz 


Mrs. Henry A. Kohler 


Mr. and Mrs. Arthur T. Bird 


Mr. and Mrs. Everett M. Gilmore 


Mrs. Mary J. Koster 


Mr. and Mrs. Fred Blank 


,Mr. and Mrs. Frances Gio\'inazo 


Mr. and Mrs. Walter Krammcs 


Mr. and Mrs. Harry Black 


Mr. and Mrs. Aaron N. Glick 


Mr. and Mrs. Collin Krumbinc 


Mr. and Mrs. Anson J. Boush 


Isidore R. Gold 


H. Floyd Kunkel 


Mr. and Mrs. Roy J. Bowman 


Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Goodyear 


Floyd T. Kunkle 


Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Brenner 


Mr. and Mrs. Phares Graby 


Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Lantz 


Wallace Briel 


Mrs. Mildred Hoffman Graehling 


Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lauman 


Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Brightbill 


Mr. and Mrs. Norman Gray 


J. Laudermilch 


Mr. and Mrs. Carl S. Brill 


R. H. Greenwood 


Mr. and Mrs. John Lawson 


Mr. and Mrs. Herbert E. Bronson 


Mr. and Mrs. Herbert W. Grove 


Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Layser 


Mr. and Mrs. Samuel L. Brooks 


Mr. and Mrs. George S. Grubb 


Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Lebo 


Mr. and Mrs. Allen Burkhart 


Mr. and Mrs. Harold M. Hafer 


Mr. and Mrs. Harold K. Lee 


Ann Burns 


Mr. and Mrs. James Handley 


Mr. and Mrs. Irvin LeGay, Jr. 


Mr. and Mrs. Elmer A. Burras 


Mr. and Mrs. Robt. L. Harper, Sr. 


Mr. and Mrs. George Lego, Jr. 


Suzanne Burras 


Mr. and Mrs. Ivan R. Hart 


Mrs. Helen M. Lennox 


Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Bustard 


Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Hartman 


Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Lentz 


Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Butz 


Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hauer 


Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Light 


Byrandt's Food Market 


Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Heberlig 


Mr. and Mrs. Clarke P. Lohman 


Mr. and Mrs. Ear! F. Carmany 


Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Heck 


Dr. Abram M. Long 


Mrs. Alfred Carpenter 


Mrs. Alverta Hecker 


Mr. and Mrs. Leland G. Long 


Mr. and Mrs. Walter A. Carrender 


Mr. and Mrs. Samuel G. Heckert 


Mr. and Mrs. Percival Long 


Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Catlin 


Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Heidelbaugh 


Dr. and Mrs. John W. Luckens 


Dr. and Mrs. S. Fred Christman 


Mr. and Mrs. M. Myles Heinde! 


Mr. and Mrs. Austin A. McBride 


Mr. and Mrs. Everette Cline 


Mr. and Mrs. George Hellick, Jr. 


Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. McCulloch 


Samue! Cohen 


Mr, and Mrs. L. Bruce Henderson 


Mr. and Mrs. C. Linden Mcllvaine ' 


Mr. and Mrs. Salvadore Colangelo 


Herman T. Hernberg 


Jacob T. Maier ' 


Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Conwav 


Clvde R. and Irene D. Herner 


Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mark 


Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Cook 


Rev. G. Edgar Hcrtzler, D.D., '30 


Dr. and Mrs. M. V. Martin 


Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Cook 


Mrs. Mary O. Hertzler, '29 


Mr. and Mrs. Morris W. Mead 


Mr. and Mrs. Harry Copenhaver 


Walton B. Hill 


Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Messner, Sr. 


Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Crobaugh 


Mr. and Mrs. Jerome L. Hitz 


Mr. and Mrs. Wayne S. Metka 


Mrs. Marian Crudele 


Mr. and Mrs. Sterling E. Hoffman 


A. E. Meyer 


Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cunningham 


Mr. and Mrs. W, E. Hoffman 


Mr. and Mrs. Lewis R. Michael 


Mr. and Mrs. David S. Davis 


Mr. Frank N. Hole 


Dr. and Mrs. W. Roy Mickey 


Mr. and Mrs. Eugene DeLiberty 


Mrs. Esther G. Hole 


Martin Mihalek 


Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. DePugh 


Mr. and Mrs. Claude A. Hollinger 


Mr. and Mrs. Harvey E. Misal, Jr. 


Julia J. and Robert W. Derr 


Russell E. Horn 


Mr. and Mrs. Harvey E. Misal, Sr. 


Charles G. Dickey 


Mr. and Mrs. Luke S. Hostetter 


Mr. Kenneth W. Misal 


Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Dinerman 


Mr. and Mrs. Russell R. Hostetter 


Mr. and Mrs. James A. Mitchell 



174 



PATRONS 



J.inies A. Mitchell, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Abe Molotsky 

Dr. and Mrs. Archibald Morrison 

Mr. and Mrs. Russell L. Moycr 

Mrs. Rae B. Murray 

George G. Myers, Jr 

Mr. and Mrs. W. Chas. Nelson, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Nelson 

Mr. and Mrs. Philip Niosi 

Rev. and Mrs. S. R. Noferi 

Mr. and Mrs. E. Clyde Oaks 

Mrs. Paul K. Obert 

Mr. and Mrs. John E. Ollin>;cr 

Dr. and Mrs. Ralph G. Arner 

Mr. and Mrs. George C. Peraino 

Mr. and Mrs. Eniil E. Pierson 

Mr. and Mrs. E. Piatt and Doug 

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel G. Poet 

Mr. and Mrs. William B. Potts 

Mr. and Mrs. Warren K. Radcliffe 

Dr. and Mrs. J. Allan Ranck 

Mr. and Mrs. Chester T. Rebok, Sr. 

John W. Rcddinger 

Mr. John Reigert 

Mr. and Mrs. Lewis H. Reinhart 

Thomas C. Reinhart 

Mr. and Mrs. Geori;c Rhen 

Mr. and Mrs. Littleton Rich 

Mrs. Marj^aret Richwinc 

Mrs. Ronald Rismiller 

Mr. and Mrs. Leon B. Risser 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul F. Rock and Son 

Rodgers Appliance Shop 

Abraham Rosenberg 

Mrs. Russell W. Ross 

Norman W. Rowe 

Mrs. Martha K. Rudnicki 

Mr. and Mrs. John A. Salem 

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Saltzer 

Mr. and Mrs. Milton A. Saunders 

Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Schaeffer 

Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dougherty, Sr 



Mr. and Mrs. Max Schaffer 

Dr. and Mrs. Nelson S. Scharadin 

Mr. and Mrs. John F. Schlegel 

Mr. and Mrs. Er^vin A. Schuster 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Seibert 

Mr. and Mrs. Nevin L. Seibert, Sr. 

Agnes Eisenhauer Seidel 

Mr. and Mrs. James F. Sensenig 

Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Sevits 

Mr. and Mrs. Burgess Shaffer 

R. Paul Shatto 

Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Sheaffer 

Mr. and Mrs. Carlyle L. Shcrrick 

Dr. and Mrs. Robert M. Shirey 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Shirley 

Mr. and Mrs. Lanta A. Shol!e>'. Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Vian B. Silliman 

Mr. and Mrs. James R. Sims 

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sipe 

Dr. and Mrs. Skaler 

Mr. and Mrs. Allan O. Smedley 

Mary Jane Smedley 

Mr. and Mrs. David P. Snare 

Snyder Appliance 

Mr. and Mrs. John J. Socha 

Mr. and Mrs. Morry Solot 

Mr. and Mrs. Ollie R. Spearing 

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Speck 

Mr. .1 n d Mrs. Paul I . S p e i c h e r 

Otto Springer 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Staats 

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stamm 

Mr. and Mrs. David G. Starr 

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Stauffer 

Mr. and Mrs. Howard H. Staulfer 

Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Stearns 

Harold and Jack Stein 

Rev. and Mrs. Edward W. Steiner 

and Family 
Dr. and Mrs. George B. St in em an 
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred O. Stonaker 
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wolpcrt 



Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Stover 

Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Strickler 

Dr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Suter 

Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Tinglcy 

Mr. and Mrs. Wayne R. Tobias 

Mr. and Mrs. F. Trjpo 

Joe and Connie Tripo 

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. W. Turner 

Mrs. Raymond J. Tysf>n 

Mr. and Mrs. Leon M. Umblc 

Mrs. Emma Van Kirk 

Mrs. Violet Verdone 

Fred Vespe 

Mr. and Mrs. Clarence M. Wacker 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wagner 

Mary and Sam Waldman 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Walp 

Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Wargny 

Mr. and Mrs. Riley W. Weaber 

Mrs. George C. Weaver 

Mr. and Mrs. Herman J. Weiser 

Mr. and Mrs. E. Chester Weit 

Dr. and Mrs. Henry A. Weitz 

Henry A. Weitz, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Weitzel 

Mr. and Mrs. Geo. B. Wentling 

Kline S. Wernert 

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Wesolowski 

Mr. and Mrs. Ne\ in ^X'hite 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul ^X'hite 

Mr. George M. Wike 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Willauer 

Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Williamson 

E. Winarski 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. >X'olte 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Woodlev 

Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Young 

Mr. and Mrs. S. Owen Zacharias 

The Rev. Harry W. Zechman. D.D. 

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph W. Ziegenfuss 

Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Zimmerman 

Mr. and Mrs. Klini;er 



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