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FOREWORD 



Our college mace is a symbol of tradition, exemplifying the Christian ideals 
and the heritage of liberal arts to which our college is dedicated. 
Institutions such as ours are often overburdened with traditions. We, as 
students, tend to view these with mixed emotions — sometimes regarding 
them with a feeling of rebellion, sometimes following them blindly. What- 
ever our momentary feelings are towards them, however, these traditions 
are the things we will remember. 

Yes, the things we will remember will be the inheritance, the customs, the 
traditions that are Lebanon Valley College. These are the things that 
represent our college's past, and we, too, will soon be a part of that past. In 
hopes that this past symbolized by our mace will be more meaningful, we 
will in this book attempt to capture and preserve for you a portion of our 
rich, rich heritage. 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Faculty 6 

Juniors 18 

Seniors 54 

Underclassmen 70 

Conservatory 77 

Activities 93 

Athletics 125 

Features 159 

Advertisements 169 




DEDICATION 



We. the class of 1960. respectfully dedicate this vear- 
book to Dr. \V. Mavnard Sparks, colleoe chaplain, 
now Bishop Sparks. 

His life on this campus was the essence of those 
Christian principles and ideals upon which our col- 
lege is founded. His regard for all creeds, colors, and 
opinions, his gi\ing of self, and his kindly thought- 
fulness sin-ely made him a figure belo\ed in the eyes 
of all who knew him. 

.\11 of us will cherish his advice and coimsel and his 
expressions of personal interest. Now. however. Dr. 
Sparks has left us. The Evangelical United Brethren 



Church called him to a position of honor, and has 
elevated him to the bishopric. .Although we are 
proud of the distinction bestowed upon him and 
share his happiness, we regret his loss to cm- college 
commimity. 

Dr. Sparks, we wish vou Godspeed and success in 
whatexer \'ou mav imdertake! ^Vc know that even 
as you worked for the enrichment of our Christian 
heritage at L.\'.C.. so vou will continue to work for 
the ad\'ancenicnt of Christian ideals in your new 
field of endeavor. Otir best wishes will alwa\s be with 






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Deans of the College 




GEORGE R. MARQUETTE 
Dean of Men 



In Memoriam 




IVIN B. MOVER ( 1910 — 1958) 
Business Manager of Lebanon Willey College 



Now life's audit is finislu'd. 

The ledgers of life are scanned: 

The balance sheet is stamped 

With the Seal of the Maker's hand. 

And these are the words on the Seal expressed ; 

"^Vell done, thou faithiul steward. 

Take thou thv well-earned rest." 

— G. G. Striible 



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Chairman, Department of 
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W. MAYNARD SPARKS 



Religion 




Psychology 



JEA.\ O^ LOVE 

Chairman, Department of 

Psychology 



CARROLL M. COLG.AN 





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Social 



Studies 



RALPH S. SHAY 
Histor>- 





ALEX J FEHR 
Political Science 



History, 

Political Science, 
Sociology 



ALICE M. BRUMBAUGH 
Sociology 



ELIZABETH M, GEFFEN 
Histoiy 





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Music Education 





MARCIA M PICKWELL 
Pi.mo 



FRANK E STAC HOW 

Theory and Woodwinds 



THOMAS A. LANESE 
Music Education 
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THOMAS S. MAY 

Assistant to the 
President 



GLADYS M. PENCIL 
Adniinistrati\c Assistant 



D. CLARK CARMEAN 

Director of Admissions 



MARION H STARR 
Registrar 



BRUCE O. SOUDERS 
Public Relations Director 



Administrative 
Staff 



ISABELLE R SMITH 

Circulation 

Librarian 



ELIZABETH R WILSON 
Cataloging Librarian 



JOAN G. RIOS 
Librarv' Assistant 



MARGARET S, MILLARD 
Dietitian 



JOSEPHINE H. KREIDER 
Alumni Secretaiy 



R. IRWIN SCHAAK 

Assistant Business 
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Treasurer. STANDING: J. Catlin, President. NOT PICTURED: }. Cunningham, Record- 
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Double trouble 




Preparing for beauty? 



EDWARD ALEXANDER 





HARRIET LOUISE BERRIER 



ELEANOR M. BLACK 






JOHN B. BOWMAN 



PHILIP BRONSON 



FAY B^ BURRAS 



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SHIRLEY ANGLE 



THOMAS ARNOLD 



DOUGLAS E BEANE 




JUDITH ANNE BLANK 



Edward Alexander. Lebanon, Pa., Political Science 

Student Ghristian .\.ssi.iciatii'ii, Kappa Lainlxl.i Siunia, La Vie Staff, 

Shirley Angle, Greencastle, Pa,, Sociology 

Student Christian .Association, Delta Tau Ghi, Quittie Staff (Editor), 
Pi Gamma Mu. Psychology Club, Women's .Athletic .Association (Hockey 
Leader). \'arsity Basketb.ill, Wirsity Hockey. Assistant in Sociology 
Department. 

Thomas .Arnold. Lebanon. Pa,. Pre-Engineeiing 
Student CHiristian Association. Intr.nnurals. 

Douglas E, Beane, .Allen. Pa.. Economics 
Student C'hristi.ui .Association. 



Harriet Louise Berricr. Dimcannon. Pa.. Nursing 

Student Christian Association. Delta Lambda Sigma. 
French CUib. 



Chemistry Club, 



Eleanor Black, Millerstown, Pa., Music Edui .ition 

Student Christian .Association, Delta L.imbd.i Sigma (Corresponding 
Secretary), Jiggerboard, Women's ,\thletic .Association (Recording Sec- 
retary), 'Varsity Basketball. Varsity Hockey, Intramurals, Quittie Staff, 
Chorus, College Band. Girls' Band. Orchestra. Clarinet Quartet. Clari- 
net Choir. M.E.N.C. 



Judith Anne Blank. Lchighton. Pa,. History- 
Student Christian .Association. Kappa Lambda Nu (President). Jigger- 
board. La A'ie Staff (Makeup Editor), Quittie Staff. Women's .Athletic 
Association (Treasurer, Sport Leader), Jiggerboard, President Mary 
Capp Green Hall on Third Floor, Student Education Association, Wig 
and Buckle, Chorus, Histoiy Club, 

John B. Bowman, Lebanon, Pa., Physics 
Student Christian .Association. Math Club. 

Philip Bronson. ^Vest Redding. Conn.. Biology 

Student C:hristi,in .Association, Kappa Lambda Sigma. .Al|)h,i Phi 
Omega. Intr.miurals. 

Fay B. Bturas. York. Pa.. Mathematics 

Student Christian .Association (Secretan-). Delta Lambda Sigma. French 
Club (President). NLith Club. Student-Faculty Council, Student Educa- 
tion Association, 



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James S. Bustard. Wayne, Pa., Music Education 

Student Christian Association, Kappa Lambda Si,5ma, Student Educa- 
tion (Treasurer), Music Educators National Conference, Concert Choir, 
Symphony Orchestra, Chorus, String Trio. 

Samuel E. Butz, Chambersburg, Pa., Sociology 

Student Christian Association, Kappa Lambda Sigma, Class Vice- 
President, Men's Senate, Junior Counselor of Dormitory, Varsity Bas- 
ketball. 

James W. Carpenter. Annville. Pa,. Chemistry 

Student Christian Association. Legionnaires, Chemistiy Club, Quittie 
Staff (Photography Editor). 



Richard L. Cassel, Manheim, Pa., Philosophy 

Student Christian Association (Cabinet). Delta Tau Chi 
Glee Club. Marching Band. Student-Faculty Council. 



(President) 



John A. Catlin, Chatham, N.J., Economics 
Student Christian .'\ssociation. Knights 
Class President. Intraniurals. 



of the Valley, Legionnaires, 



Marsha Chaitt, Reading. Pa.. Economics 

Student Christian .Association. Kappa Lambda Nu. Women's .\thletic 
Association. 

Constance L Chambers. Parkersburg. W. Va.. English 

Student Christian .'\ssociation. (Choir). Delta Tau Chi. Kappa Lambda 
Nu, Wig & Buckle. 

Marjorie A. Cook, Bridgeton, N.J., Elementary Education 

Student Christian Association, (Cabinet), Delta Tau Chi, Student Edu- 
cation Association, Childhood Education Club, (Treasurer), Concert 
Choir, Chorus. 

Constance Cromwell, Ch.nnbcrsburg, Pa., Music Education 

Student Christian .-Xssociation, Delta Lambda Sigma, College Band, 
Girls' Band, Chorus, Women's .Athletic .Association. Clarinet Choir, 
Intraniurals. 

Jean C'unningham. Bcrgenficld. N. J.. English 

Student Christian .Association, Kappa Lambda Nu, (Treasurer) Class 
Secretary', Women's .Athletic Association. Quittie Staff (Copy Editor), 
La Vie Collegienne. Student Education .Association. 




RICHARD L, CASSEL 






CONSTANCE I. CHAMBERS 



MARJORIE A. COOK 



CONSTANC CROMWELL 



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JAMES S. BUSTARD 



SAMUEL E, BUTZ 



JAMES \V. t:ARPE.\TER 





JOHN A. CATLLX 



MARSHA CHAITT 




JEAN CU.\ INGHAM 





Will name it 






RICHARD DAUGHERTV 



RONALD DAUGHERTY 



PHYLLIS DePUGH 



Richard Daugherty, Hanisburg, Pa.. Biology 

Student Christian Association. Phi Lambda Sigma, Cheniistiy Ckib, 
Intramurals. 

Ronald Daugherty. Harrisburg, Pa., Biology 

Student Christian Association, Phi Lambda Sigma, Chemistry Club, 
Intramurals. 

Phyllis DePiigh. Myerstown. Pa.. Music Education 

Student Christian Association. Women's Commuter Council, Concert 
Choir, Chorus, Girls' Band. 

William Derr. Myerstown. Pa., Biology 

Student Christian .Association, Alpha Phi Omega (Historian!. Beta 
Beta Beta. Chemistry Club. 




RICH.ARD DICKEY 



Richard Dickey, Harrisburg, Pa., Sociology 

Student Christian .Association, (Cabinet), Knights of the Valley. Delta 
Tau Chi. 

Joseph Dietz. Pottstown, Pa., Chemistry 

Student Christian Association. Alpha Phi Omega. (Treasurer), Delta 
Tau Chi, Student .Affiliate Chapter of .American Chemical Society, 
Chemistry Club. 

Ronald Dietz, Mountville, Pa., Music Education 

Student Christian Association, Concert Choir, College Band, Chorus, 
Wig & Buckle. 

Harold Donley, Lebanon, Pa., Biology 

Student Christian Association. Varsity Football, Baseball, Intramurals. 

Mark Dubbs. Richland. Pa.. Music Education 

Student Christian Association, Concert Choir, Chorus. 

Fredric Eckelman, Ridgefield Park. N.J.. Business Administration 

Student Christian Association, Kappa Lambda Sigma, Kapp La Sig 
Staflf, Intramurals. 



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Pull 60 pull 



WILLIAM DERR 





JOSEPH DIETZ 



RONALD DIETZ 






HAROLD DONLEY 



MARK DUBBS 



FREDRIt: EC:KELMAN 



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JAMES ROBERT ENNIS 



FRED R. ESHLEMAN 



RUSSEL H. ETTER 



A very unusual sight 





MARIANNE JEAN EVANS 




JACK FATH 




RAY KENDIG FIELDS 



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James Robert Ennis, Reading. Pa.. Economirs 

Student Christian Association. Kappa Lambda Sigma. Kappa La Sig 
(Editor). Green Blotter. Intrannirals. 

Fred R, Eshleman. Drimiore. Pa.. Music Education 

Student Christian Association, Kappa Lambda Sigma. Concert Choir, 
Chorus, Drum Major of College Band. Student Ediuation .Association. 
Intramurals. 

Russcl H. Etter, New Holland, Pa., Pre-Medicine 

Student Christian .Association. Phi Lambda Sigma ( President. Corres- 
ponding Secretan 1 . Chemistry Club (\"ice President . Tri Beta (\ ice 
President), Student .'\ffiliate Chapter of .American Chemical Society. 

Marianne Jean Evans, York, Pa., Elementary Education 

Student Christian .Association, Delta Lambda Sigma, Student Education 
Association. Childliood Education Club. 



President of Frcshm.ui Class. Engineers 



Jack Fath. Lebanon, Pa., Physics 
Pennsylvania Militaiy College 
Club, Track Team. 

L.V.C. — Student C:hristian .Association, ^Llth C.Wih. Student Education 
.Association. 




PHIL FEATHER 



Phil Feather. Lebanon. Pa.. Politic, U Science 

Student Christian .Association. Legionnaires (\'ice Commander), Politi- 
cal Science Club (Vice President). Pi Gamma Mu. Student Faculty 
Council. 

Ray Kendig Fields. Lebanon, Pa., Phvsics 

Student Christian .Association, Legionnaires, Student Educition .Associ- 
ation, Math Cltib, Intranmrals. 

Beverly Jane Frease. Philadel|)hi,i. P,i . Eliinenl,ii-\ Education 

Student Christian .Association. K,i|ip.i Lambda \u. Sludciu Educition 
Association, Childhood Education Cllub. Ps\cholouv CHub. Politii.il Sci- 
ence Club. Quittie Staff, La Me St.ifT. Chorus. C^olor Guard. Women's 
.Athletic .Association. \'arsity B.isketball (NLm.igrrl. Intramurals. 

Joyce Fuller. Hagerstown, Md., Music Education 

Student Christian .Association. Delta Lambda Sigma. Student Educa- 
tion .Association. Concert Choir. C:horus. Women's .Athli-tic .\ssoi i.iticm, 
Intramurals. 

Donna Lee Fulton. Camp Hill. Pa Nursing 

Student C^hristian .Association, French CUub. School Nurse. 




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BE\'ERLY JANE FREASE 



JOYCE FULLER 



DONNA LEE FULTON 



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Annex gang 



BRENDA C. FUNK 





CAROLEE GREEN 



PATRICIA ELIZABETH 
HAGERTY 






DONALD L. HARPER 



RICHARD HARPER 



DAVID E. HEBERLIG 



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MARGARET AXXE GARBER 



CHARLES F. GERBERIC:H 



HOWARD L. GOOD. Jr. 




ROBERT G. H.-\RLAC:KER 



Brenda C. Funk, Lancaster, Pa.. Elenientaiy Education 

Student Christian Association, Delta Lambda Sigma (Vice-President i , 
Student Faculty. Jiggerboard, \Vomen's ."Athletic Association, Elemcntaiy 
Education Club, Quittie Staff (Girls' Sports Editor). 

Margaret -Anne Garber. Wcstfield. X.J., Elementary Education 

Student Christian Association. Delta Lambda Sigma, Studcnt-Facidty 
Representative, Student Education .\ssociation, Jiggerboard, Dormitoiy 
President, Class Officer (Corresponding Secretaiyl, Childhood Educa- 
tion Club, Quittie Staff, Political Science Club, Women's .Xthletic .As- 
sociation, (Sport Leader), Chorus. Concert Choir. 

Charles F. Gerberich, .Ann\ille. Pa.. Economics and Business 

Student Christian .Association. Student Faculty Cotnicil. Legionn.iircs. 
Quittie Staff (Business NLinageri. Track, Intranunals 

Howard L. Good. Jr., Lititz, Pa., Sociology- 
Student Christian .Association. Phi Lambda Sigma. Day Student t'on- 
gress, "L" Club. Tennis (\'arsitvl, Intramurals. 



Carolee Green, Lewes, Del., Music Education 

Student Christian .'\ssociation. Kappa Lambda Xu. Chorus. 

Patricia Elizabeth Hagerty, Cranbury. N.J.. Music Education 

Student Christian Association, Delta Lambda Sigma, Student Educa- 
tion .Association, Brass Ensemble. Concert Band. Girls' Band. Chorus. 

Robert G. Harlacker. Harrisburg. Pa., Political Science. 
Student Christian .Association, .Alpha Phi Omega. 

Donald L. Harper. Hagerstown, Md., Philosophy. 

Student Christian .■\ssociation (Choir). Legionnaires (Chaplain). Delta 
Tau Chi, Pi Gamma Mu. 

Richard Harper, Chambersburg, Pa., Biology 

Student Christian .-Association, Kappa Lambda Sigma, Track (Varsity), 
"L" Club. 

David E. Heberlig. Mechanicsburg, Pa., Music Education 

Student Christian .-Association. Student Education .Association. Music 
Educators" Xational Conference, Concert Band. Chorus, Concert C'hoir 
Orchestra. Brass Ensemble. Intramurals. 



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William Hecker, Ephrata, Pa., Chemistry 

Student Christian Association, Kappa Lambda Sigma, Student Affili- 
ate Chapter of American Chemical Society, Chemisti"y Club, Intra- 
murals. 

Karl Heckert. Shiremanstown, Pa., Religion 

Student Christian Association, Delta Tau Chi, Political Science Club. 

Doris Hein. Hershey, Pa., Music Education 

Student Christian Association, College Band, Girls' Band, Brass En- 
semble, Symphony Orchestra, Concert Choir, Chorus, Music Educators 
National Conference. 

Dolores Herner, Reading, Pa., Elementary Education 

Student Christian Association, Delta Lambda Sigma, Women's Athletic 
Association, French Club, Chorus, Student Education Association, 
Intramurals. 

Clark HofiTman, Jr., Rutherford Heights, Pa., Chemistry 
Student Christian Association. 



Sterling HofTman, Palmyra, Pa., English 

Student Christian Association, Legionnaires, \^arsity Baseball. 

Warren Hoffman, Progress, Pa., History 
Student Christian .Association. 

William Hollis, Lebanon, Pa., Chemistry 

Student Christian Association, Student Affiliate Chapter of American 
Chemical Society. Chemistry Club. 

Rosalind Horn. York, Pa.. Biology- 
Student Christian Association, Delta Lambda Sigma. Beta Beta Beta, 
Political Science Club (Treasurer), Student-Faculty Representative, 
Quittie Staff, (Activities Editor), Women's .\thletic Association, Dining 
Hall Committee. 

Ronald P. Ho\is. Lancaster, Pa., Chemistiy 

Student Christian Association, Kappa Lambda Sigma, (Assistant Treas- 
urer), Knighis of the Valley. "L" Club. Cheinistry Club. (Treasurer), 
Student Affiliate Chapter of American Chemical Society, Track, Tennis, 
Intramurals. 




DOLORES HERNER 





WARREN HOFFMAN 



WILLL-XM HOLLIS 



ROSALIND HORN 



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WILLIAM HEC.KER 



KARL HF.CKERT 



DORIS HEI\ 





CLARK HOFFMAN 



STERLING HOFFMAN 




RONALD P. IIOVIS 




o. Studying, what's that? 






WILLIAM HUGHES 



PATRICIA ANN JONES 



MARIANNE A. KANOFF 



William Hughes, Milford, New Jersey, Economics 
Student Christian Association, Phi Lambda Nu, 

Patricia Ann Jones, Florence, New Jersey, Sociology 

Student Christian Association, Kappa Lambda Nu, Psychology Club. 

Marianne A. Kanoff, Harrisburg. Pa., Prc-Mediral 

Student Christian Association, Delta Lambda Sigma, Women's Ath- 
letic Association, Intramurals, French Club (Secretary, Treasurer), Stu- 
dent Faculty Council, Quittie Staff, Chapter of American Chemical 
Society, Delta Tau Chi. 

James J. Kantner, Richland, Pa., Economics 

Student Christian Association, Legionnaires, Men's Dau Student Con- 
gress (Secretary, Treasurer). 




JEAN KELLY 



Jean Kelly, Hamlin, Pa., Music Education 

Student Christian Association, Delta Lambda Sigma, South Hall Presi- 
dent, Jiggcrboard, Concert Choir, Girls' Band, Chorus. 



Allison B. Kohlcr, Waynesboro, Pa., Mathematics 

Student Christian Association, Ka])pa Lambda Sigma, 
tramurals. 



Basketball, In- 



Kent James Krause, Lebanon, Pa., Religion and Greek 

Student Christian Association, Delta Tau Chi, Wrestling, Intramurals. 

Nancy Jane Kulp, West Lawn, Pa., Music Education 

Student Christian Association, Student Education Association, Quittie 
Staff, Intramurals, Women's Athletic Association, College Band, Sym- 
phony Orchestra, Concert Choir Orchestra, Chorus, Clarinet Quintet, 
Clarinet Choir, Girls' Band. 

Patricia Jane Leader, Dallasyown, Pa., Chemistry 

Student Christian Association, Student Affiliate Chapter of American 
Chemical Society. 

Irvin LeGay, Lebanon, Pa., Elementary Education, Student Christian As- 
sociation, "L" Club, Football, Baseball. 



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JAMES J KANTXER 



^Vhich twin uses Charles AntcU? 





ALLISON" B^ KOHLER 



KENT JAMES KRALSE 






XAXCY JAXE KULP 



PATRICL\ JAXE LEADER 



IRMX LeGAV 



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NANCY J. LEWIS 



LEEAS DEE LOHMAN 



SUSANXE F. LONG 




Ah. those weekends 




KEXXETII ALLEN 
LOXGENECKER 





SALLY JANE LYNCH 




C. THOMAS MAU 



Fellas night out 



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Nancy J. Lewis, Hershey, Pa., Elementary Education 
Student Christian Association, Chorus. 

Lcesa Dee Lolmian. Waynesboro, Pa.. Music Echication 

Student C'hristian Association, Kappa Lambda Nu, Women's Athletic 
.'Vssociation, Chorus, College Band, Girls' Band, Student Education 
Association. Intramurals. 

Susanne F. Long, Allentovvn, Pa,, Elemental-)' Education 

Student Christian Association, Delta Lambda Sigma, Childhood Educa- 
tion Club. Student Education Association, Chorus. 

Kenneth .\llen Longenec ker, Annville. Pa., Biology 

Student t'lnistian .\ssociation. Alpha Phi dmega. Football (Varsity), 
Track, Wrestling, "L" Club, Litr.unurals. 

Sally Jane Lynch, Chanibcrsburg, Pa., Mathematics 

Student Christian .'\ssociation. Kappa Lambda Sigma (Treasurer), 
Women's Athletic Association (President), Mathematics Club (Treas- 
urer), Student-Faculty Council (Treasurer), Jiggerboard (Student-Fai ulty 
Representatiye), Senior Counselor, B.isketball (\'arsity). Hockey (Wusity). 

Sydney P. Magriney, Hummelstown, Pa., Pre-Dent.il (Science). 
Student Christian .Association. 

C, Thomas Mau. .-Md.ui, P.i., Economics and Business .-\dniinistration 

Student Christian .Association, K,ipp,i L.nnbd.i Sigm.i, Politic, il Science 
t:lub. 

Hunter C. March, Birdsboro, Pa.. Music Education 

Student Christian Association, Student Education Assoi iation, Clollege 
Band, Chorus. 

W. Lowell M.uk. Palmyr.i. Pa.. Biology 

Student C^hristi.in .Association, .Mph.i Plii Omega (President), hitra- 
miu'als. 

Joyce E, NLirtin. New Holl.ind, Pa.. Element, ir>' Education 

Student Christian Association, Delta Lambda Sigm,i, Student FaIuci- 
tion .-Xssoci.ition (Secretary) Elementary Education C'lub (President), 
Wig and Buckle, Chorus. 



SYDNEY P. MAGRl.XEY 







HUXTER C:. ^L\RCH 



W LOWELL NLARK 



JOYCE E. M.ARTIN 



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How about a game of tag Rosic? 





JOSEPH BALLARD MAY 




MARTIN M. MHLXLIK. Jr. 



DOUGLAS R. MHXER 






RICHARD S MILLER 



ROBERT C:. MLSSER 



JAMES H. NELSON 



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T^ LEE MiCAULLEV 



HAYDEN LEON MESSNER 



JOHN \V, METKA 




Joseph Ballard \Li\-. Rttbcsonia, Pa.. Economics 
Student Christian .Association. 

T. Lee McCaullcy. Quincy, Pa., Psychology. 

Student Christian Association, (Cabinet), Kappa Lamlida Sigma, 
Delta Tau Chi, Psychology Club. 

Haydcn Leon Messncr, Steelton, Pa , Pre-Engineering 
Student Christian AssociLition. 

John W. Mctka, Steelton. Pa., Chemistry 

Student Christian Association, Student .Affiliate Chapter of .American 
Chemical Society, Knights of the N'alley, Alpha Phi Omega, Chemistry 
Club, "L" Club, "La \'ie" Sports Editor, Basketball Mana,ger, Baseball 
Manager, Intramurals. 



HAROLD O NULLER 



Martin \L Mihalik, Jr., McKcesport, Pa., Biology 

Student Christian .Association, Phi L.iinlida Sigma, 
ball, Intramurals. 



'L" Cnuli, Basket- 



Douglas R. Miller, Millersbiirg, Pa., Economics 

Student Christian .Association, Kappa Lambda Sigma, Legionnaires, 
"L" Club, Quittie StaflF (Business Manager), Football, Intramurals. 

Harold O. Miller, Harrisburg, Pa., History 

Student Christian Association, Pi Gamma Mu, Delta Tau Chi, Politic. il 
Science Club, Student-Faculty Representati\e. 

Richard S. Miller, S|jringfield. Pa., Music Education 

Student Christian .Association, Kappa Lambda Sigma, Music Educa- 
tors' National Conference, Student Education .Association, Concert 
Choir Orchestra, Chorus, College Band, Svmphony Orchestra, Brass 
Ensemble. 

Robert C. Musser, Harrisbing, Pa.. Music Education 

Student Christian .Association, Kappa Lambda Sigma, Student Educa- 
tion .Association, "L" Club, Band, Chorus, Orchestra, Dance Band, 
Clarinet C'hoir, Saxophone Ensemble, \'arsity Tennis, Tr.u:k, Intra- 
murals, 

James H, Nelson, Chambersburg, Pa., Physics 

Student Christian Association, Kappa Lambda Sigma, .Alpha Phi Omega, 
Math Club (Secretary), Band. 



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Kciinetli R. Nelson, Merchantvillc, N.J., Music Education 

Student Christian Association (Cabinet). Student Education Associa- 
tion (Vice-President), Band {\'ice-Prcsidcnt) , Concert Choir, Brass En- 
semble, Chorus, Intraniurals. 

Wanda Ness, York, Pa., Elementary Education 

Student Christian Association, Delta Lambda Sigma, (Jimior Rcprc- 
sentati\'e). Women's .Xthlctic .Association. Childhood Ediuation Club, 
Quittie Staff. 

Nancy Nickell. Philadelphia, Pa., Music Education 

Student Christian Association, Kappa Lambda Nu, Orchestra, Con- 
cert Band, Cloncert Choir Orchestra, Girls' Band, Woodwind (.Kiintet, 
Chorus. 

John Phillips, Lrl.).inon, Pa.. Economics 
.Student Christi.ui .'\ssoci.ition. 



Charles R. Piorsol, ILarrisburg, Pa., E<'onomics 
Student Christian .Association, Leaionnaires, 



"L" Club, Football. 



Mary Jane Potts, West Lawn, Pa., Music Education 

Student Christian Association, Kappa Lambda Nu, Cheerleading (Cap- 
tain), Football Queen, Women's .Athletic .Association, Student Factdty 
Council, Chorus, Girls' Band. 

Paul H R.hIc lillc, Lebanon, P.i., C:heinistry 

Student C christian .Association, Chemistry CUuit. 

Willi.im Boyd R.muy, Jr.. Winchi'ster. Va., Prc-Thcological 

Shen.nidoah College — Delta Psi Omega, Youth Fellowship (Presi- 
dent), Christian Workers League (Vice President), Dramatics Club, 
Arrowhead Staff, Pre-Ministcrial Association. 
L.V.C. — Student Christian Association, Delta Tau Chi, 

Mary Eli/.ibrih R.uu k, Montcl.iir, .\ J.. Elemcntaiy Education 

Student Christi.ui .Association. Delt.i L.uubd.i Si.gma, Student Ethu .1- 
tion .Associ.ition, Childhood Educ.ilion CHub, Wonien's .Athletic .Asso- 
( iation. 




.Audrey M. Rici-. Ihigerstown. Md., Sociology 

Sludrnt C^hristi.m .Assoi iation (\'ice President for Women). S.C.A. 
C:hoir, Student F.iculty tkmnc il. Delta 'I'.m t:|]i (Secretary), Delta 
Lambda Sigma, Religious Emph.isis Week Conmiittee Secretaiy, Wonirn's 
.Athletic .Association (Softball Le.ider) 



JOHN PHILLIPS 






PAUL II. RADCLIFFE 



WILLIAM BO^'D RAMEV. Jr. 



MARY ELIZABETH RAXC:K 



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KENNETH R NELSON 



WANDA NESS 



NANCY NIC:KELL 




CHARLES R. PIERSOL 




NLARV JANE POTTS 




A bat; and fi utuI 







AUDREY M RICE 




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Lonp; hair hep cats 






DOUGLAS A ROSS 



ROBERT C. ROWE 



MARTHA RUDMCKI 



Douglas A. Ross. Ycadon. Pa., Psychology 

Student Christian Association. Kappa Lambda Sigma (Sergeant of 
Arms and Alumni Secretary), "L" Club, Basketball, Baseball. 

Robert C. Rowe, Lebanon. Pa., Political Science 

Student Christian .'Association, Kappa Lambda Sigma, Chemistiy Club. 

\Lirtha Rudnicki, Narbcrth. Pa., Frent h and Biology 

Student Christian Association, Kappa Lambda Nu, Beta Beta Beta, 
French Club (President and Secrctaiy-Trcasurer) . La \"ie CoUegienne 
(.\rt Editor), College Band (Color Guard), Clhorus. 

Da\id VV. Schmuck, Mechanicsburg, Pa., Philosophy 

Student Christian Association, Delta Tau Chi, Quittie Staff (Men's 
Sports' Editor) . 

Lewis E. Shcaffer. Paxinos. Pa.. History 

Student Christian Association, Kappa Lambda Sigma (Treasurer), Po- 
litical Science Club, Track (Varsity). 




LEWIS E. SHEAFFER 



Lois Louise Shroyer. .•\nn\ille. Pa.. Elenicntai-y Education 

Student Christian Association, Delta Lambda Sigma, Student Educa- 
tion Association, Childhood Education Club, Psychology Club, Women's 
Athletic Association, Concert Choir, College Band (Color Guard), 
Chorus. 

Jacqueline I. Sinics, Shelter Island. N.Y., Music Education 

Student Christian Association, Delta Lambda Sigma, Music Educators' 
National Conference, Women's .Athletic Association, Quittie Staff, Con- 
cert Choir, College Band, Girls' Band, Chorus, Basketball CVarsity), 
Hockey (Varsity), Intramurals. 

Neal A. Sipc, New Cumberland, Pa., Music Education 

Student Christian Association. Sympliony Orchestra, String Trio, String 
Ensemble, Chorus. 

Barry Skaler. Philadelphia. Pa.. Biology 

Student Christian Association, "L" Club, Basketball (Varsity), Intra- 
murals. 



Beverly Sprcnkle, Waynesboro. Pa., Elementary Education 

Student Christian Association, Kappa Lambda Nu, Childhood 
cation Club, Women's Athletic Association, Basketball (Varsity). 



Edu- 



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DAMD w sc;hmuc:k 



Grandma Audrey Moses 








LOIS LOUISE SHROVER 



JACQUELINE I, SIMES 






NEAL A SIPE 



BARR^' SKALER 



BE\'ERLY SPRENKLE 



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RUSSELL STAHLEV 



EILEEN L. STA^L\1 



GLENN R. STEVENS 





JOHN JACOB SrOUFFER 



Me scalp'um you 




LARRY HAYES STRAIT 




JOAN LOUISE TURNER 



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Russell Stahley. Lebanon. Pa.. Religion 

Student Christian .Association. Day-Student Congress. 

Eileen L. Stainni. McKeansburg. Pa.. Music Education 

Student Christian .Association. Delta Lambda Sigma. Student Educa- 
tion .Association. Concert Choir. Girls' Band Chorus. Women's .Ath- 
letic -Association. 

Glenn R. Stevens. Harrisburg. Pa.. Economics 
Student Christian .Association. 

John Jacob Stouffcr. Clearspring. Md.. Music Education Student Chris- 
tian -Association. Kappa Lambda Sigma. Student Education .Associa- 
tion. College Band. Brass Ensemble. Symphony Orchestra. Chorus. Ger- 
man Band. 

Larr>- Hayes Strait, Hershey. Pa.. Biology 
Student Christian .Association. 

Judy .A. Thomas. Hazleton. Pa.. Elementaiy Education 

Student Christian .Association. Kappa Lambda Xu, Student Faculty 
Coimcil. Jiggcrboard. Sttident Education -Association. Childhood Edu- 
cation Club ( Secretar)' ) . Quittic Staff i Senior Editor \ \Vomen's .Ath- 
letic -Association, French Club. 

Joan Louise Turner. Drexel Hill. Pa.. Elementaiy Education 

Student Christian .Association i Cabinet!. S.C..A. Choir. Delta Lambda 
Sigma. Student Faculty Council. Student Education .Association. C'hild- 
hood Education Club. Chorus. Delta Tau Chi. 

L. Nelson L'mble. Lancaster. Pa,. Psychology 

Student Christian .Association. Phi Lambda Sigma. Cheerleader. Men's 
Senate. Student Faculty Council. Psychology Club. Intramurals. 

Fredric A'espe. -Astoria, X.V.. Biology 

Student Christian .Association. Phi Lambda Sigma. Student Education 
.Association, Wrestling. 

Richard F. \Vagner. Reading. Pa.. Chemistiy 

Student Christian .Association. Phi Lambda Sigma. Student Faculty 
Council. Chemistry Club. Chemistry Department Lab .Assistant. 



JUDY .A. THONLAS 






L. XELSOX UMBLE 



FREDRIC VESPE 



RICH.ARD F. W.A(;XER 



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Happy 
Hoopa 
Lappa 



Lioness 





STEPHEN R. WALDMAN 




KARL A. WESOLOWSKI 



MARGARET C. WHITE 






S. JANE WIRBICK 



LARRY L. WOOD 



BARBARA WOODLEV 



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JAMES O. WARGNY 



DAVID LEE WEISER 



CHESTER WERTSCH 




REXEE WILLAUER 



Stephen R. Waldman, Malverne, NA'., History 

Student Christian Association, Kappa Lambda Signia, Vice President 
of Junior Class, La Vie Staff, (.Uiittic Staff, Pi (Jainin.i Mu, Pohtical 
Science Chib, History Chil). 

Janies C). Wargiu', Pahn\ra. X .J.. Musit' Educ.ition 

Student Christian Associ.ition. Student Ethic. ition .Vssoci.ition, C'larinet 
Choir, Clarinet Sextet, C^oncert Choir, Chorus, Cxillege Band. Musii- 
Educators Association. 

David Lee Weiser, Harrisl)urg, Pa., Biology 

Student C'hristi.in .Association, Chemistry Club, Alpha Phi Omega, 
La Vie Staff, "L" Club, Baseball (Manager), Football (Statistician). 

Chester Wertsch, Lititz, Pa., Psychology 
Student Cihristian ."Association. 

Karl .A. Wcsolowski, W. Natrona, Pa., Economiis 

Student Christian Association, Knights of the Valley, "L" Club (Vice 
President), Football, Baseball, Wrestling. 



NLirgaret C. White, H.izleton, Pa., Elementai-y Educ.ition 

Student Christian Association, Delta Lambda Sigma, Student Faculty 
Council, Wig and Buckle (Treasurer), Quittie Staff (Junior Editor), 
Psychology Club. 

Renee Willaiier. Qu.ikertown. Pa., Music Educ.ition 

Student Christian .\ssoci.ition, K.ipp.i Lamlida Nu, Majorette, Girls' 
Band, Chorus. 

S. Jane Wirbick. K.iiitner, Pa., Nursing 

Student Christian .Association, Delta Tau Chi. 

Larry L. Wood, Jonestown, Pa., Music Education 

Student Christian Association, College Band, CUiorus, Concert Choir, 
Symphony Orchestra, Brass Ensemble, Concert C'hoir Orchestra. 

Barbara ^L Woodley, A'ineland, N.J., Music EdiK .ilion 

Student Christian Association, Delta Lambda Sigma, Majorette, Music 
Educators' National C'onfcrence, Student Education .Association, Con- 
cert Choir, Girls' Band, Chorus, Quittie Staff, Women's .\thlelic .Asso- 
ciation, Junior Varsity Basketball, Intramurals. 



45 





DOXALD ZECHMAN 



RALPH JAMES ZIEGENFUSS 



Donald Zcchman. Harrisburg. Pa.. Philosophy 

Student Christian Association. Knights of the Valley, (Sccretai^), Men's 
Senate (Scrretai-y-Treasurer). Student Faculty Council, Delta Tau Chi, 
Quittie Staff. "L" Club. "L" Club Glee Club, Track, Junior Counselor. 

Ralph James Ziegenfiiss. West Lawn. Pa.. Music Education 

Student Chiisti.m .Association. Kappa Lambda Sigma. Student Educa- 
tion .Association, College Band (NLinager), Chorus. Orchestra. Concert 
Choir. D.uice Band, Brass Ensemble. 



Juniors Not Pictured 



DENNIS \V. B.A.RB1NI 

Hershey, Pa. 

Economics 



CYRIL J. Kardos 

.Annville, Pa. 

Histoiy 



ERNEST HERBERT BARLOW 
,Ann\-illc. Pa. 

ESTHER ELLEN CROMWELL 
Harrisburg, Pa. 

JOPLX PHILIP HAMM 
^■ork, Pa. 

CARL JOSEPH JARBOE 

Lcl:i,mon. Pa. 

Chemistry 



RUSSELL OWENS 

Harrisbtu'g. Pa. 
Elementary Education 

JOHN F. SCHLEGEL 

Lebanon, Pa. 

Chemisti-y 

KENNETH J. SEAMAN 

Palmyra, Pa. 

Political Science 



ROZELLEN A. VOCUM 

Lebanon. Pa. 

Medical Technology 



46 



Mr. and Miss L. V. C. 




JOHN CATLIN 



mar(.;aret (iarber 



47 



Mr. and Miss Quittie 




SAMUEL BUTZ 



JEAN CUNNINGHAM 



48 



The Quittie Court 




JUDY THOMAS 



BREXDA FU.XK 



49 



Miss and Mr. Athlete 




SALLY LYXCH 



KENNETH LONGEXECKER 



50 




Outstanding students admire the college mace. 




^i^^S^iiiiJlK 




SHIRLEY ANGLE 



DONALD ZECiL\L\N 



Outstanding Students 



51 



Juniors Elect 





MARGARET GARBER 



SAMUEL BUTZ 





RUSSEL ETTER 



ROSALIND HORN 



Outstanding Students 



52 



Juniors Elect 





JOHN CATLIX 



SALLY L\ XCH 





DOUGLAS ROSS 



JEAN CUNXLXGHAM 



Outstanding Students 



53 



Class Officers 




Arthur Ford, Vice Preudcnt; J.imcs ( irrenwood. President ; Ned Hcindcl, Treasurer : Susan 
Trostlc, Secretary. 



55 



S^^^E^SfSSSS'SS?? 



#^^ 






Who's Who 

in American Colleges 
and Universities 

Mary K. Beaver 

Marion E. Brooks 

Veronica M. Evans 
Ned Heindel 




0'"''^'^K.^^ ] 


►; .^- ^ 




^^ 







Louise J. Gay 




Linda C. Heotner 



Merritt A. Copcnhaver 
William F. DcLiberty 



Gene R. Layser 
David R. Meder 








Donald Neil Aharrah 
Biolog>' 

Frank James Argenziano 
Biolog>' 





Wayde Vincent AtwcU 
Religion 

Mabel Louise Bartrani 
Chemisti'y 



Man- Kathn-n Beaver 

English 

Estelle Anne Berger 
Music Education 



Rithard Edward Bird 
Chemistry 

Bruce Wilhert Blecker 
Music Education 



Russel Jay Boeshore 
Economics 




James William Checket 
Music Education 



John Wm. Colangelo 
Music Education 

Sarah Jane Cook 
Nursins 



'**-4 




Lcroy E. Copenhaver 
Economics 

Merritt A. Copenhaver 
Pre-Ministry 



Vincent L. Crudele 
Sociology 

William F. DcLiberty 
Psychology 



Scott Frank Dimon 
Economics 

Joan Marie Eaby 
Music Education 



Albert George Edwards 
Sociology 

Veronica Mary Evai 
Music Education 




George Edward Filmore 
Pre-Medicine 

John Richard Fitch 
Music Education 




James Kenneth Graby 
Philosophy 

Janice Catherine Graby 
Elementary Education 



James E. Greemvood 
Economics 

Joanne J. Grubb 
Elementan,' Education 



Johanna Hansen 
Elementan' Education 

Suzan Mae Hartz 
Sociology 





Linda C- Heefner 
English 

Ned Duane Heindel 

Chemistrv 



Catherine M. Hellick 
Elementan- Education 

Ruth Gail Howell 
Psychology 



Nello Mario Lavorin 
Economics 

Gene Rolf Layser 
History 



William A. Hower 
English 

Wayne G. Hummer, Jr. 
Pre-Law 



Arlene A. Kierstead 
Music Education 

Herbert Dale Kreider 
Pre-Medicine 




Thomas Floyd Kunkle 
Biology 

Sterling R. Krumbine 
Economics 



Marilyn Krcidcr Layser 
Elementary Education 

James O. Lebo 
Economics 



Harold K. Lcc, Jr. 
Physics 

Da\id M. Long 
History 



Robert Smith Martin 
Chemistry 

Alexander P. McCullough 
Music Education 












Nancy Joan McDonald 
Music Education 

David R. Meder 
Economics 



Mark L. Miller 
Economics 

Myles L. Miller 
Economics 



Ruth Anna Mil 
Music Education 




ifC^ 






William D. Murray 
Chemistry 

Darryl L. Myers 
Business Adininistration 



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Phillip N. Niosi 
Chemistry 

James G. No\ingcr 
Economics 



Suzaii Marie Oaks 
Music Education 

Kenneth R. Orwig 
Biology 




Flora Irene Rhen 
Music Education 

I. Waldo Rich 
Art — Engineering 



Donald L. Peiffer 
Economics 

Samuel G. Poet, Jr. 
Music Education 




Bruce R. Rismiller 
Political Science 

Elizabeth Ritter 
Elementary Education 




Mark J. Schaeffer 
Economics 

Carolyn Marie Schairer 
Music Education 



rwin F. 


Sc 


luster 


History 


Linda 


B. 


Shircy 


Music 


Ed 


ucation 



William K. Stegner 
Pre-Medicine 

Robert Vale Supowit 
Economics 




David Allen Tobias 
Music Education 

Suzan M. Trestle 
Music Education 



Francis S. Weitz 

Ntirsing 

Charles E. Wernert 
Psychology 




Claire L. Zcarfoss 
Nursin 



Doris E. White 
Elementary Education 

Ethel F. Wolf 
Elementarv Education 




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Richard E. Zimmerman 
Business Administration 

Janet O. Zuse 
Elementary Education 




Seniors Not Pictured 



"J:? 



Shirlcv Ann Bair 
Xiusini: 



John Burk Hoffman 
llheniistiv 



Kathleen Oheilii)lt/ii 
BiologA 



Jean Elizalieth Biiwcis 
Music Edin alion 



Riih.ud Kent Hollini;ei 
CMieinistrv 



tlharles R. Picrsol 
Eeonomics 



Mrs. Riilh Bui her 
Psvcholo'^\' 



Eutjcne R Hostetter 
Phil..so|.liv 



Joseph C. Saile 
Ilistorv 



IIar\ev W. Eljrii;ht 

Relii;ion 



James Jolm Kantner 
Et Duoinics 



William H. Srhreiher 
Politiral Science 



Miltun A Elk 
Biolouv 



Ri. hard B, Klinsler 
Pie-Dinlistrv 



Riil)irt D Sensing 
Biology 



Edward R, Fancovic 
Ps\ t hologv 



Mary Crai e Koth 
Aliisic Edu( ation 



Paul E. \'. Shanncin 
Physics 



Philip Howard Feather 
Political Science 



William \. Kristich 
Elcinentai"v Edtication 



Edmund J. Slc/osky 
Biology 



Robert H. Gingrich 
Econc>inics 



John Pierce Lamliert 
Cihemistrv 



William A Weinsensalc 

Clhemistry 



Cirolee M. Green 
Music Education 



Jose])h B- May 
Economics 



Raymond F. Weiss 
E( onomics 



John Philip Ilannn 
Psychology 



Walter 11 Muller. Jr. 
Economics 



A / 

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C/^" 



69 



The 
Battle 

Is 
On . . . 





Love the 
Sophomores!!! 




Bombs 
Away . . 



71 



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Class 





CLASS OFFICERS: Barr>- Danfelt, V. Pr 
Gary DeHart, Treas. 



Roy Badglcy. Pres.: Nancy Ovatcs, Se 



Arnett, Charles 
Arnold. May 
Arthur, Dianne 
Badgley. Roy 
Beard, Martha 
Bechtel, Ira 
Bell, Ronald 
Bemesderfer, James 
Berger. Evelyn 
Black, Betsy 
Bongart. Dawn 
Bowman, Kathy 
Brong, Lois 
Bronson, Carol 
Buckwalter, Bruce 
Burche. Marjorie 
Burkholder. Richard 
Cassel, Kaye 
Chapman, Joan 
Chernich, Dale 
Cline. Richard 
Coates, Glenn 
Coen, Joseph 
Cole. Calvin 
Craun, Gary 
Daigneault, Robert 
Danfelt, Barry 
Darkes, Annetta 
Davies, Mary 
DeConna, Joan 
DeHart, Gary 



Devine. James 
Dick. John 
Dixon, Jean 
Doran. Jennie 
Dudas, Roberta 
Ebert, Myron 
Eiceman, Richard 
Evans, Elizabeth 
Fenstermacher, Nancy 
Fitz, Pauline 
Frcdriksen. Ronald 
Garwood. Richard 
Glaser, William 
Grubb, Kathryn 
Haigler, Sarah 
Hall, Larry 
Hamilton, Beverly 
Hammerschmidt, Jan 
Harlacher. Rodney 
Harman. George 
Hartman, ."Amelia 
Hartnett. Robert 
Hawk, William 
Hays. Kenneth 
Hefflefinger, Shea 
Heilman. Claralou 
Hill, Bruce 
HoUingci. Amow 
Holstein. Lester 
Howan, John 
Horst, Melvin 



CLASS ROLL 

Hunt. James 
Hurst. Robert 
Ivcy, Doyle 
Jenkins. Lany 
Kaczorowski. Stanley 
Karlheim, Barbara 
Keinard, Barry 
Kilmoycr, Robert 
Knapp. Rosalyn 
Koerper. Linda 
Kreiser. .\lfred 
Kresslcr. Judith 
Landis, Shirley 
Lanese. John 
Lehn, Harry 
Lcith, Judith 
Lindstrom, Harold 
Longrecn, Paul 
Lowers, Charles 
Magnelli, David 
Magnuson. Venard 
Maguire, Mary Ann 
Markert, Jack 
Marmaza, Sally 
McPherson. Jacqueline 
Neiselman. Fred 
Mcluskcy. ^L^ry 
Mentzer, Jeannine 
Messersniith, Margaret 
Metzgcr, Mary 
Meyer, Fobert 



Michael, Roger 
Miller. Jacqueline 
Miller, Nolan 
Montgomeiy, Franl 
Moss, Lillian 
Mumper, Joan 
Murray. Donald 
Myers, Joan 
Neal, Winifred 
Neiswender. Fred 
Nison, William 
Ogden, William 
Ovates, Nancy 
Patterson, Kathleen 
PauUin, Marcia 
Peters, Marjorie 
Petrullo, Patricia 
Plantz, Charles 
Plymire. Larry 
PofT, David 
Raver. Lynn 
Reilly, James 
RenzuUi, William 
Riddle, Peter 
Rigler, William 
Rohm, Eugenia 
Royer, Kathiyn 
Schlegel, Donald 
Sholiey, Lois 
Shubrooks, Samuel 
Smith, George 



Smith, Jacque 
Smith, Karl 
Smith. Walter 
Spotts. Brcnda 
Strauss. Bruce 
Strauss. Kenneth 
SuznoN'ich. ,\nn 
Sweigart. Eileen 
Supula. Mary Jane 
Taynton, Sheila 
Tobias, Charles 
Trout. Hariy 
Trujillo. Alonzo 
L'mholtz. Harriet 
Valentine. Mancy 
Vanderbach. Jarry 
Vogel. Forrest 
Walter. Elaine 
Weik, Fay 
Wetzel, Dean 
Wiker, Miriam 
Winter. Donald 
Wise, Keith 
Wisler, Steve 
Witte, Sonia 
Work. \'icky 
Yodcr, Carol 



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CLASS OFFICERS: Donald Drumhcllci, Treasurer; Hector Pedroso, President; Jean 
Kauffman, Secretary; George Hiltncr, Vice President. 



Class of '62 




CLASS ROLL 



Adams, John 
Albert, Alice 
Bacostow, Donald 
Baker, Stephen 
Barry, Ruth 
Baughman, George 
Baumann, Lois 
Bechtel, Gloria 
Bernard, Denis 
Bishop, Barry 
Bixel, Shelvy 
Blair, Richard 
Blouch, John 
Book, Judith 
Bordner, Karl 
Bowman, Arthur 
Bowman, Emily 
Boyer, David 
Brandt, Conrad 
Brandt, Thomas 
Bressler, Donna 
Brocko, Grace 
Brogan, Lowell 
Brown, Brenda 
Brown, Michael 
Bucher, Sylvia 
Buck. Judith 
Charles, Patricia 
Cisney, Larr>' 
Cronrath, Gary 
Czirr, David 
Daniels, Lynn 
Davis, Patricia 
Dellinger, Woodrow 
DeWald, Teny 
Dilks, Judith 
Dillman, Sylvia 



Dom, Harold 
Donley, Thomas 
Dressel, James 
DrumhcUcr, Donald 
Dunlevy, Edward 
Earp, Ralph 
Edris, Gerald 
Egger, Floyd 
Eyster, Jane 
Fagley, Laura 
Feather, Kenneth 
Felsburg, Nancy 
Felty, Linda 
Fies, Donald 
Fitzgerald, Hiram 
Fitzkee, Gloria 
Fix, Bonnie 
Flinchbaugh, Dean 
Forstater, Arthur 
Frederick, Harry 
Freed, Joanne 
Gardner. Bonnie 
Geyman, Lee 
Gephart, Raymond 
Gerry, Janet 
Glass, Linda 
Gluyas, Joan 
Godshall. Larry 
Grace, Suzanne 
Graham, Patricia 
Grove, Francis 
Hackman. Jannette 
Haupt, Jerome 
Hawthorne, Ronald 
Heath, James 
Heisey, James 
Hicks, Jane 



Hiltncr. George 
Hoffcr. Kay 
Hocke, William 
Hooper, Joseph 
Horst, Barbara 
Horst, Darlene 
Hughes, Yvonne 
Juno, Regina 
Kahan, Richard 
Kauffman, Jean 
Killian, John 
Kistler. Gloria 
Kline, Judith 
Klincdinst, Richard 
Kobylai-z, John 
Kohl. Doris 
Kohr, Curtis 
Kreider. Hany 
Krueger. Walter 
Kuchta. Judith 

Kuehner, Edeltraud 

Kurr, Annette 

Lamke. Man,' 

Lancaster, Elaine 

Lebo, Allen 

Levine, Jane 

Lewis. Ronald 

Lichtcnwalter, Ray 

Light. Kenneth 

Loy, Marilyn 

Lukens, John 

Lys, .\bdul 

Magazine, James 

NLirshall, Jon 

McCann, Jane 

McClean, Barbara 

McGrifT, Lariy 



McKinney, Lois 
Miller, Harold 
Miller, Isobel 
Miller, Marjory 
Mirmak, Edward 
Moore, Elizabeth 
Morgan, Edgar 
Morris, Norma 
Mounsey, Delorcs 
Mover, Lee 
Mulholland. David 
Mullen, Richard 
Myers, Constance 
Myers, Gary 
Myers, Ronald 
Paulus. Richard 
Pedroso, Flector 
Pingel, Anita 
Reed, Cecelia 
Rcighter. Karl 
Rhine, Carlin 
Rife. Carl 
Rinker. Marilyn 
Rohrbach. William 
Roth, Lina 
Rudy, Larry 
Scarfe, Joseph 
Schindewolf. John 
Schlegel, Gayle 
Seaber, Margaret 
Scidel, Charles 
Sciler, Deanna 
Seltzer, Robert 
Sevco, Janice 
Seymour, John 
Shaver. Marilyn 
Shaw. Charles 



Shearer, Daniel 
Shirk. Blaine 
Slatcher. Philip 
Slike, William 
Smith, Carol 
Smouse, Donna 
Stambach. Guy 
Staph, Fred 
Steiner, Kay 
Stephanis, Aglaia 
Stetler, Sandra 
StuU. Robert 
Sweka, Belva 
Takacs, Bela 
Thompson, John 
Turner, Lee 
L'rey. Russell 
\'an der Meer, Jacoba 
\'an deWater. Henry 
\'oss. Paid 
\'owler, Jeanne 
Walker, William 
Ward, Roger 
Watson, Nancy 
Wcnger, Ray 
Wert, Elaine 
Wida. Rosalie 
\Villiams. Bonnie 
Wise. Pat 
Wogisch, Barbara 
Yeingst, John 
Yelton, \'irginia 
^'ost. Harry 
Younker. Bruce 
ZcUer, Gary 



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Majorettes 




Barbara Woodley. Betsey Black, Judy Leith 
KNEELING: Sue Trostle 



All in smiles, the majorettes make a very attractive 
appearance. One can always see them at the band 
front marching and twirling their batons to the 
envigorating music of the band. 



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G. Bechtel 
B. Bishop 
E. Black 

B. Blecker 
L. Brong 
J. Checket 
L. Cisney 

J. Colangelo 

C. Cromwell 



Lebanon Valley's Marching Band 



T. Dewald 
R. Dietz 
J. Dilks 
D. Drumheller 
V. Evans 
N. Felsberg 
H. Frederick 
L. Gay 
S. Grace 



P. Hagerty 
R. Hawthorne 
K. Hays 
J. Heathe 
D. Heberlig 
D. Hein 
K. Hoflfar 
J. KiUian 
G. Kistler 



R. Klincdinst 

L. Koerper 

N. Kulp 

M. Lamke 

A. Lebo 

R. Lichtenwalter 

H. March 

J. Markert 

A. McCullough 



R. Myers 
K. Nelson 
W. Nixon 
F. Rhen 
P. Riddle 



R. Meyer 

N. Miller 
R. Miller 
R. A. Miller 
D. Moyer 
L. Moyer 
R. Musser 
R. Myers 
K. Nelson 



S. Nixon 

F. Rhen 
P. Riddle 
M. Rinker 
L. Roth 
E. Scarfe 

G. Schlegel 
M. Seaber 
D. Seller 



D. Shearer 
L. Shirey 
J. Simes 
K. Smith 
K. Steiner 
J. Stouflfer 
J. Thompson 

C. Tobias 

D. Tobias 



J. Wargny 
B. Williams 
L. Wood 
G. Zeller 
R. Ziegenfuss 



Color Guards: 
Brcnda Brown 
Beverly Frcase 
Elizabeth Moore 
Lois Shroycr 
Martha Rudnicki 



Drill Master: 
Samuel Poet 




With the opening of college one can see tlie niarcli- 
ing band busy at work preparing drills to he used for 
the various football half-time shows. Garbed in dash- 
ing blue uniforms, the band presents a striking ap- 
pearance, as well as creating that display of spirit 
among the students which is so essential in the ac- 
tual winning of the oanie. 



Posed in a typical drill formation, the band, tradi- 
tionally, is as much a part of the football game as 
is the actual playing of the game itself. Under the 
leadership of Robert Seltzer, the drum major, the 
band snaps through its formations creating a favor- 
able impression in the eyes of the spectators. 



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The 
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The Girls" Band, under the direction of Dr. James M. ThuiTnond, 
is quite an unusual organization in that it is the only one of its 
kind in this section of the country. It is open to all girls whether 
they are proficient in the pla\ing of an instrument or just bearly 
past the beginner's stage. Offering wonderful opportimities for the 
learning of general musicianship, the band is a real asset to the 
music department. 

Highlighting the year was the presentation of a Spring Concert in 
which each Senior member directed a selection. 




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G. Bechtel 
E. Berger 

E. Black 
L. Brong 
S. Bucher 

C. Cromwell 
M. Davies 
P. DePugh 
J. Dilks 

J. Doran 

V. Evans 

N. Felsberg 

L. Gay 

S. Grace 

P. Hagerty 

J. Hammerschmidt 

D. Hein 
K. Hoffar 
J. Kelly 
G. Kistler 
L. Koerper 
M. Koth 
R. Knapp 
N. Kulp 
M. Lamke 
J. Leith 

L. Lohman 
R. Messersmith 
N. McDonald 
R. A. Miller 
J. Mumper 
S. Oaks 
M. Peters 
J. Potts 

F. Rhen 
M. Rinker 
L. Roth 

C. Schairer 

G. Srhlegel 

D. Seller 
L. Shirey 
J. Simes 

D. Smouse 

E. Stamm 
S. Stetler 
S. Trostle 
E. \Valters 
R. Willauer 
B. Williams 
B. VVoodley 



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Concert Choir 



Formerly known as the Glee Club, this organization has carried on the high 
standard of excellence associated with the old name. Under the direction of Dr. 
James M. Thurmond, the forty-six voice choir participated in an October produc- 
tion in Harrisburg called "The Wild 01i\e Branch," written by Dr. George G. 
Struble of our department of English and performed in the Zembo Moscjiie building 
before an audience of seven thousand people. The pageant depicted the historical 
birth and growth of the E\angelical United Brethren Chinch. 

In Februar\- the choir embarked on an Eastern tour co\ering schools and clnu'ches 
in Philadelphia, Reading, Miners\ille and Lakewood, New Jersey. The com]30sitions 
featured on this tour included "Plus Nulz Regretz" by Des Pres, Scarlatti's "Ex- 
ultate Deo," Brahms' "Let Nothing Ever Grie\e Thee," as well as selections by 
Handel, Gretchaniitoff, and Britiht. 



BACK ROW: (L to R): M. Dubbs, H. Frederick, R. 
Ziegenfuss. H. Miller, L. Wood, R. Hawthorne, D. PofT, 
F. Eshelenum, G. Hiltner, J. Homan, K. Hays. 2nd FROM 
REAR: R. Dietz, J. Bustard. R. Meyer, L. Turner, W. 
Smith, W. Nixon. J, Wargny, K. Nelson, L. McGriff, K. 



S. Stctler, D, Kohl, M. Metzger, J, Fuller, S. Bui her, E. 
Stanun. L. Gay, S, Oaks. D. Hein. B Fix. 4th FROM 
REAR: E. Lancaster. J. Simcs. M. Koth. M. Miller, 
P Graham, C. Reed, M. Cook. P. DcPugh. R Knapp. J. 
Mumper. L. Shroyer. L. Brong. Piano: J, Fitch. Director; 



Moyer. 3rd FROM REAR: B. Woodly, N. McDonald, Dr. James H. Thurmond. MISSINi.: 



Kelly. 




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Symphony Orchestra 

The Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of Mr. Thomas Lanese, opened its 
season on December 9 with a program which ablv featured Mr. W'iUiam Fairlamb 
in Beetho\en"s Concerto No. 4 in G Major for Piano and Orchcsira, as well as 
Copland's An Outdoor Overture and Tschaikowsky's Symphony No. 4 in F Minor. 
On March 19 five talented seniors appeared as soloists with the orchestra in an all- 
Concerto C^oncert. They were Arlene Kierstead, pianist, who played the Concerto 
No. 1 in G Minor by Mendelssohn; James Checket, who presented Haydn's Trumpet 
Concerto; Carolyn Schairer, violinist, who performed the first mo\ement of Sym- 
phonie espagnole by Lalo; Jack Colangelo, clarinetist, who presented Konzert fiir 
Klarinette by Mozart; and Karl Meyer, Organist, who performed Diipre's Concerto. 
The culmination of the years program came on April 16 when the combined Sym- 
phony Orchestra and the Chorus rendered a splendid performance of Mozart's Re- 
quiem in connection with the Spring Music Festival. 




Practice, which is so essential for the development of any organization, seems to be 
taken seriously, at least as depicted by these students. 




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Mr. William Fairlamb, Associated Professor 
of Piano in the Conservatory, who appeared 
with the orchestra in their December concert 





Mr. Thomas Lanese 
Conductor 

MISSING: M. Arnold 
D. Moyer, L. Shirey, L 
Roth. 






MEMBERS: 1st ROW, Left to Right: C. Schairer, M. Peters, E. 
Berger, N. Sipe, J. Bustard, A. Kierstead, P. PetruUo, A. Kurr. 2nd 
ROIV: S. Trostle, J. Myers, E. Moore. R. Musscr, P. Davis, J. Co- 
langelo, K. Hoffer, J. Leith, A. Lebo, A. McCuUough, E. Berger, 
N. Felsberg, E. Bowman. 3rd ROW: N. Kulp, J, Fitch, R. Ziegenfuss, 
F. Rhen, T. DcWald, J. StoufTer, D. Tobias, L. Wood, S. Poet. 
J. Checket, D. Horst, N. Nickell, J. Doran, R. Miller, D, Seiler, G. 
Kistler, D, Hein, J. Ragno, R. Miller, N. Miller. 



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C. Schairer, M. Peters, A. Kierstcad, E. Berger 

String Ensemble 



The main purpose of the stiing ensemble, consisting 
of two \ioHns. a \ioIa. and a cello, is to create an 
interest in the playing of string instruments on a 
public school level. Dining the year this group visited 
se\'eral schools in the Lebanon and Hershey area, 
denionstratinrr their \arious instruments with small 



solo pieces, as well as playing together some of the fine 
literature written lor string ensembles. Literatiue per- 
formed in public includes the American Strina; Quar- 
tet by D\orak. as well as compositions by Boccherini 
and Schubert. 



Woodwind Quintet 



The woodwind cjuintet is a select group of players 
composed of a flute, oboe, French horn, bassoon and 
clarinet. This groiijj performed in chapel, apjjeared 
in \arious recitals, and \isited dilTerent high schools 



and civic organizations throughout the year. Some 
of the literature performed includes a TafTanel Quin- 
tet, a Hindemith Quintet, and "Three Short Pieces" 
by Ibert. 



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Left to Right: FIRST ROW: P. Hagerty, K. Smith. L. 
Wood, S. Poet. SECOXD ROW: H. Frederick. D. Meyer, 
D. Heberlig. R. Lichtenwalter. J. Killian. THIRD ROW: 
P. Riddle. R. Ziegenfuss, F. Rhen, J. Stouffer. FOURTH 



ROW: S. Trostlc, N. Miller, R. Miller. D. Hein. FIFTH 
ROW: K. Nelson. J. Markert. Percussion: T. DcWald, 
D. Tobias, G. Zeller, G. Schlegel. Conductor: Dr. Thur- 
mond. ABSENT: R. Hawthorne. 



Brass Ensemble 



Under the dii'ection of Dr. Thurmond are the brass 
and percussion ensembles. The jjerciission ensemble 
was newly organized at the beginning of this year out 
of a desire to place rlnthm instruments on a more 
equal level with other orchestral instrimicnts. High- 



lighting the year lor these two t^roups was a joint 
recital in which they jjroved thciiiscK es to be \ery 
capable organizations, winning nuRh praise among 
the student body. 



Percussion Ensemble 



LEFT TO RIGHT: G. Zeller. G. Schlegel. D. Moyer, D. Tobias, G. DeWald, J. Colangelo, 
L. Roth. ABSEXT: R. Hawthorne. R. Meyer. 




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MEMBERS: Left to Right — 1st ROW: J. Colangelo, 
A. Lebo, R. Miller, C. Tobias, R. Klinedinst. 2nd 
ROW: C. Cromwell, E. Black, J. Wargny, R. Seltzer. 



3rd ROW: S. Stetler, A. McCullough, N. Kulp. MISS- 
ING: B. Blecker, Kay Hoffer, R. Hurst, R. Musser, R, 
Meyer. M. Rinker, B. Williams. 



Clarinet Choir 



This newly foiTned organization, which is really com- 
posed of multiple quartets, was created by Mr. Sta- 
chow. Associate Professor of Theory and Woodwinds, 
and is under his direction. Although this group is 
limited in its repertoire because of the very few pieces 
written for such an ensemble, it nevertheless has great 
possibilities for future developments and can be influ- 



ential in further developing musicianship among its 
members. This group performed in a clinic for the 
bandmasters of the Southern District in January and 
also in a campus recital with the Brass and Percussion 
Ensembles. Pieces played include Clarinet Poem by 
Lucien Cailliet, Deep River, and Kerry Dance. 



Clarinet Ensemble 



The Clarinet Ensemble, also under the leadership of 
Mr. Stachow, was greatly enriched this year with the 
addition of a contra-bass clarinet, which is used as 
well in other organization to add depth and richness. 
This group serves as a testins ground for the disco\'ery 

LEFT TO RIGHT: J. Colangelo, E. Black, R. 
R. Seltzer. 



of possible pieces which are not specifically written to 
be played by the Clarinet Choir but which may be 
suitable to use in an effort to increase its limited 
repertoire. 

Miller, N. Kulp, J. Wargny, A. McCullough, 





Concert Band 




Dr. James M. Thurmond. Conductor 



This year's Concert Band, which is composed of se\'enty-three mem- 
bers, is one of the largest in its history. One can hear the strains of a 
stirring march or of some other composition from the vast storehouse 
of band music echoing throughout the conservatory whenever tlie 
band, under the baton of Dr. James M. Thurmond, is in session. It 
is the object of Dr. Thurmond to accjuaint the group with as much 
of the good band literature as possible : sight reading is. therefore, a 
part of the band program. 

Concerts were presented at the Forum in Harrisburg and at Mc- 
Caskey High School in Lancaster. On April 1 7. the band performed 
verN' commendably their portion of the Annual Spring Music Festi- 
val. Featured on the program w-ere Symphony for Band by Peri- 
chetti. Dance of the Hour by Ponchielli, Bach's Prelude and Fugue 
in B Minor, and Concert Overture by Hadley. 




Chorus 



Under the direction of Mr. Reynaldo Rovers, this organization is composed of all 
the students enrolled in the music curriculum, as well as others in the college who 
are interested in gaining vocal experience. 

The annual December Christmas Program featvu-cd Matthew's "Story of Christmas." 
The organist for this performance was the group's regular accompanist, Karl Moyer, 
a senior in the Conservatory of Music, who has capably ser\'ed the organization 
throughout three of his years in college. 

Highlighting this year's activities was the April presentation of Mozart's "Requiem," 
with orchestra, in the twenty-sixth annual Spring Music Festival held in Engle Hall. 
This marked the first time the Chorus and Symphony Orchestra were combined into 
one single performing group. Other years each organization gave separate programs 
on difTcrent nights. Much praise is due to Mr. Lanese, conductor of the Symphony 
Orchestra, and to Mr. Rovers, who through their devoted efforts were able to make 
this night one of the most outstanding musical experiences of the year. 



FIRST ROW (R. to L.) J. Miller, J. Eaby. D. Kohl, R. 
Dietz, M. Dubbs. P. Riddle, J. Bustard, R. Ziegenfuss. 2nd 
RO]i': M. Cook, M. Miller, E. Bowman, J. Potts, P. Petrullo, 
L. Turner, R. Myers, H. Miller. 3rd ROW: G. Bechtel, N. 



McDonald, P. DcPugh, R. Miller, D. Herner. B. Woodly, 
H. Frederick, R. Meyer. 4th ROW: B. Fix, F. Rhen, L. 
Koerper, M, Metzger, J. Fuller, C. Reed, A. Kurr, L. Roth. 
5th ROW: P. Graham, S. Stetler, J. Simes. 




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Mr. Rcynaldo Rovers, Conductor, intently studies a score in antici- 
pation of the annual Coninuuiity Christmas Program. 



FIRST ROU': (L. to R.) D. Poff, J. Fitch. W. Smith, N. 
Kulp. J. Bowers. J. Kelly, C. Green, K. Steiner, G. Schlegel. 
2nd ROW: J. Honian, K. Nelson. N. Sipe, L. Lohman, B. 
McClean, L. Glass. L. Gay. L. Shirey. L. Shroyer, M. .Ar- 
nold. 3rd ROW: H. March, J. Colangelo, J. McCann, J. 
Mumper, J. Hanimerschmidt, N. Felsberg, P. Davis, S. Bu- 
cher. 4th ROW: T. DeWald, G. Zcller, R. Lichtcnwalter. 



J. Heathc, A. Lcbo, J. C'hapman, N. Fen--terniacher, K. 
Hoffar. M. Rinkcr, L. Bainnann. 5lh ROW: R. Hawthorne, 
L. Wood, D. Hebcrlig, R. Klinedinst, L. McGrilV. C^ Crom- 
well, E. Black. \". Evans. D. Hem, P. Hagerty. 6lh ROW : 
L. Gayman, J. Stouffer, J. Wargney, R. Miller, N. Miller, 
R. Miisser, S. Poet. W. Ni.\on. C. Tobias, R. Fredrikson. 
7th ROH': K. Hav-, E. Scarfe, K. Smith, K. Moycr. 




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" To Start Tour Saturday 

The Lebanon Valley Concert Choir 
and Tour Orchestra will begin a six-day 
tour, Feb. 14 with a concert in Williams- 
port. Both organizations are under the 
direction of Dr. James M. Thurmond. 

The itinerary includes stops at Lake- 
wood, N. J., Philadelphia, Minersville, 
Manheim and Engle Hall for the Spring 
Concert on Feb. 26. 

Included in the program are "Plus 
Nulz Regrelz" by Josquin des Pres, 
"Exultate Deo" by Alessandro Scarlatti, 
"Lamb of God, Lord Jesus" by J. S. 
Bach, "Lass Dich Nur Nichts Nicht 
Dauren" by Johannes Brahms, "Lift Up 
Your Hearts," "Sing Ye" by Gretchan- 
inoff," and "Anthem for Spring" from 
"Cavalleria Rusticana" by Pietro Mas- 
cagni. 

"Prayer," by T. Lanese, "I Hear A 
Voice A-Prayin' " by Houston Bright, 
"Folksong Suite" by Henry Campbell, 
"Serenade to Spring" by Richard Rogers, 
and "Cranberry Comers, U. S. A." by 
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ROW ONE: S. Lynch, Treasurer; L. Heefner, Secretary; N. Hcindel, President; C. Wernert, 
Vice President; M. White. ROW TWO: V. Yehon, S. Oaks, D. Zechman, K. Patterson, 
R. Wagner, D. White. ROW THREE: J. Colangelo, H. Miller, W. Rigler, N. Umble. AB- 
SENT: K. Lee, J. Greenwood, B. Keinard, J. Thomas, R. Dickey, J. Turner, A. Kreiser, R. 
Hurst. C. Gerberich, M. Layser, R. Etter. A. Ford. ^L Burche. J. Potts. R. Horn, K. Orwig, 
M. Kanoff. 



Student Faculty Council 

Composed of repiesentati\'es of all recognized organizations on campus, The Stu- 
dent Faculty Council, under the leadership of N. Heindel, tries to promote the gen- 
eral welfare of students on campus by considering all aspects of campus acti\ity. 
Problems of all organizations are brought before the council and are acted upon by 
the body. 

A Budget Committee, consisting of elected Student Faculty members, was organized 
. to allocate money to various organizations. This money was obtained from the Stu- 
dent Activity Fimd, which also granted money to other non-profit organizations for 
beneficial causes. 

This coordinating group also sponsors special fund-raising projects such as recitals 
and dances for the enjoyment of the student body. 



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Political Science Club 



Under the guidance ol Mr. Fehr. tlic aim of the Political Science C'lub is to stimu- 
late thought in all fields ol jjolitical science by oflFering to students training in the 
mechanics of go\ernment, and by gi\ing them the opportunitx' to jjarticipate in 
Inter-Collegiate Conferences on Go\ernment. 

The group's activities include the selling of basketball programs at home games and 
the annual sponsoring of banc]uets. One banquet has as its speaker a representative 
of the Democratic party, while the other has a representati\'e of the Republican 
party. 



ROIV ONE: P. Myers, Treasurer; J. Hansen. Secretary: J. Layscr. President; P. Feather, Vice 
President; \V. Hummer. ROW TH'O: B. Rigler, B. Danfelt, G. Crown, B, Krcaso, S. Wald- 
men, VV. Hoffman. ROW THREE: H Miller. J. Greenwood, n. Pi-iffrr. J Sail. 




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La Vie Collegienne 




SEATED: L. Heefner, J. Hammerschmidt, B. Frease, J. Cunningham. STANDING: S. Taynton, 
G. DeHart, J. Kauffman, S. Waldman, L. Brong. 



Under the able editorship of Linda Heefner, assisted by Ann Rohland, Associate 
Editor; Barry Keinard, News Editor: John Metka, Sports Editor, La Vie again pre- 
sented a year of news coverage which directly and indirectly afTected the Lebanon 
Valley College comniimity — its student body, alumni and faculty. 
Editorial policy continued along objective lines, although the paper never lost sight 
of its primars- function, that of stimulating campus interest. This purpose was ful- 
filled by the paper's taking definite stands on contro\ersial issues. Editorials were at 
all times written by, and credited to, individuals. 

This year the paper undenvent a major change, from a three-column tabloid to a 
five-column layout. The growth of La Vie reflects the expansion of Lebanon Valley 
College as a whole. 



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Quittie Staff 



EDITORS: SEATED: N. Kulp, 
Conservatory; J. Blank, Under- 
classmen ; S. Angle, Editor-in- 
Chief; J. Cunningham, Copy; 
J. Thomas, Senior. STAMD- 
1\C: D. Shmuck, Men's Sports; 
B. Funk, Women's Sports; A. 
Rice, Feature; R. Horn, Ac- 
tivities. 




The Quittapahilla staff, ap]5ointed in the spring- of 1958, began work on the pro- 
duction of the yearbook at the beginning of the 1958-59 acadeniir \('ar. Publisher, 
photographer, theme, and dedication liad been chosen pre\ioiisly. It was, thcrctore, 
the task of the stafT nienibers to begin the actual work of preparing the book for pub- 
lication. 

Keeping in mind the goal of gi\ing Lebanon \'allcy a yearbook which will lemain a 
\akiable record of the year's acti\itics, the stall members of the 1960 "Quittie" ha\-e 
attempted to combine significant and representati\e groii]3 and candid pictures with 
meaningful. informati\e text. 
\\'ork on the publication has pro\ ed edticational and gi atif) ing to the staff. 




SEATED: E. Black, B. Frease, 
M. Garber, W. Ness, J. 
Simes, Typists. STANDING: 
K. Krause, D. Miller, C. Ger- 
berick, Business managers; J. 
Carpenter, Picture co-ordinator. 



Men's Day Student Congress 

The Men's Day Student Congress, the elected representatives of all commuter men 
students, sei-ve as leaders in the day students' affairs and problems, by acting as an 
intermediary between faculty and students. 

In order to bring the day students into active participation in campus affairs, M.C. 
S.C. works in conjunction with the Women's Commuter Council in presenting vari- 
ous functions such as the annual banquet and Valentine Day Dance. 



ROW ONE: B. Buzgon, D. Meder, President; G. Layser. ROW TWO: 
R. Staley, K. Krouse. 



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Women's Commuter Council 

Women's Commuter Council fimctions to attain amicable relationships between all 
women day students bv introducing to them the opportunities and acti\ ities which 
exist at the Valley. 

\Vorking in unison with the Men's Council, this go\erning group has promoted 
programs designed to acquaint freshman girls with "La \'ie Collegienne." AV.C.C.'s 
annual programs include Gander Week-end, The \'alentine"s Day Dance, and the 
Spring Banquet. 



LEFT: J. Graby. M. Layscr, President: R. Yokum. 



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Men's Senate 




ROW ONE: A. TrujiUo, N. Umblc. ROW TWO: D. Zechman. B. Delibcrty, 
President; C. Werncrt. ROW THREE: R. Badgely, R. Savidge. 



Resident men students are superx'ised by the governing hand of tlie Resident Men's 
Senate. The body is active in maintaining tlie "status quo" oi all regulations insti- 
tuted to stabilize imity and order among male students. 

Although the body concerns itself with go\ ernmental measures, it also lends itself to 
other projects, including the Annual dnistmas Dinner Dance for which Senate and 
Jiggerboard work together. 



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ROiV ONE: A. Rohland. J. Zusc, J. Hansen, M. Paullin, Scorctaiy: S. Lynrh. V. Evans, 
Treasurer; L. Gay. Vice president: M. Beaver, President. RO\f TWO: B, Funk. P. Garber, 
J. Thomas, J. Blank, L. Heefner, E. Black, K. Patterson, J. Kelly. 



Jiggerboard 



The Resident Women's Student Go\ernnient Association, nicknamed Jiggerboard. 
meets eveiy Monday evening to maintain a \vell-go\erned student body. Jiggerboard 
and Senate work together to pro\ide an example of what good student go\ernment 
can accompHsh for campus life. 

Aside from their disciplinary duties, the governing bodies present a special pro- 
gram for freshmen, and sponsor the Annual Christmas Dinner Dance. 



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Beta Beta Beta 



SEATED: P. \iosi. D. White, Historian: Dr. F. \Vilson. Treasurer; R. Horn, F. Poorman, 
President. STANDING: Mr. O. Bollinger, A. Hartman, D. Kreider, E. Walter, K. Owig, 
M. Rudnicki, Dr. E. Light. 



^>Si!t>i,Si^:, '\ -ias\ 




The Alpha Zeta Chapter of Beta Beta Beta National Biological Society is a society 
of prestige at Lebanon Valley. Tri-Beta is open to all students on campus who have 
completed twcKe or more hours of biology and have accjuired a '"B"' axerage in that 
subject. Because of the organization's strict requirements, membership is limited, 
but the group has grown extensively since its beginning in 1953. 

A few of the projects the body has imdertaken are such timctions as labeling trees, 
sponsoring chest x-rays, securing lecturers, typing blood, and taking field trips. Its 
outstanding projects, however, has been that of raising funds for the new biology 
laboratory which was recently completed. 



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Pi Gamma Mu 



ROW OXE: B. Buzgon. A. Rohland. M. Miller. President: D. Harper. Secretary-Treasurer: 
\V. Miller. ROn- T\fO: R. Weiss, G. Layser, D. Meder. P. Feather. S. Waldman. ROW 
THREE: \V. Hummer, D. Long, H. Miller, J. Greenwood, M. Miller. 




The Xu Chapter of Pi Gamma Mii is a national honor society of the social sciences. 
Membership is gained only if the student displays outstanding ability in the depart- 
ment of history, political science, sociology or economics. 

An e.\ecuti\e board, consisting of faculty members from the departments indicated, 
selects the members from those students who are eligible. 

In pre\"ious years the organization has participated in \arioiis field trips, while the 
highlight of each year's acti\ities is the .Annual Spring Banquet. 



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MEMBERS ARE: R. Ettcr, K. Cassel. P. Leader, K. Onvig. H. Linstrum. R. Michael. R. 
Hovis, Treasurer; J. Metka, J. Deitz, B. Kilmoyer, M. Kanoff. M. Burch, Sccretai^ : D. Bird, 
D. Wetzel, D. Flinchburgh, C. Jarboe, P. RadclifFe. A. Hollinger, A. Kreiser, A. Bowman, N. 
Neindel. President; D. Eisman. J. Hunt. D. Boyer, G. Smith, C. Hohman, R. Dougherty, 
H. Yost, J, Schlegel D. Kreider, B. Hecker. L. Evans. D. Czin. M. Sypula, B. Bishop, F. 
Grove, R. Wagner, D. Hollinger, B, Martin, J. .Adams. 



Chemistry Club 



The Student .'\ffiliate Chapter of the American Chemical Society is represented bv 
the Lebanon Valley College Chemistry Club. Membership is open to all students 
who have an interest in chemistry. The club's programs include lecture demonstra- 
tions, television series, and field trips. This year the group visited the Du Pont Ex- 
perimental Station in \Vilmington. Delaware, where they saw the departments of 
Polychemicals, Textile-Fibers. Pigments, and Phvsics. 

To summarize the group's activities, a monthly publication FILTRATES AND 
RESIDL'ES. and an annual publication, LAB-Oratory are put into circulation 
under the guidance of Dr. H. Xeidig, the club's adviser. An annual Dinner Dance 
and picnic highlight the year's events. 



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French Club 



The Frencli Club welcomes all persons interested in speaking the language of or 
studying the customs of France. Under the super\ ision of Miss R. Butler, the club 
meets monthly at the home of Dr. .Struble. This year the club is experiencing a 
change in progressing into a more fimctional organization. 

The year's pi'Ogram again included the trip to New York Citv. where the members 
attended a French plaw and ate in a French restaiuant. Other e\ents of the \ear 
were Christmas caroling, talks on France and its customs, and a field trip to ob- 
ser\e a French class in the York erade school. 



SEATED, Left to Right: G. Hiltner. \'ice President: E. Berger. .\. Pingle. J. Geriv. M. Rud- 
nickie, President: M. KanofT. Secretary-Treasurer: J. Leith. M. Maguire, H. Berrier. 
STANDIXG: M. Sypula. 




ALPHA PHI OMEGA 

Pies Lowell Mark 

V. Pres Ned Heindel 

Rec. Sec Bariy Keinard 

Corr. Sec Joe Dietz 

Treas Donald Winter 

Ad\'isor Dr. Neithamer 

BETA BETA BETA 

Pres Fred Poorman 

V. Pres Russel Etter 

Sec Rozellen Yocum 

Treas Dr. Wilson 

Ad\i.sor Dr. Wilson 

CHEAHSTRY CLUB 

Pres Ned Heindel 

V. Pres Russel Etter 

Sec Marjorie Biirche 

Treas Ronald Hovis 

Ad\isor Dr. Ncidig 

CLIO 

Pres Judith Blank 

V. Pres Louise Bay 

Sec Beverly Hamilton 

Corr. Sec Linda Heefner 

Treas Jean Cunningham 

Advisor Mrs. Bender 

DELPHIAN 

Pres Veronica E\ans 

\'. Pres Brenda Funk 

Sec Eleanor Black 

Corr. Sec. . . Mar\-ann Maguire 

Treas Sally Lynch 

Advisor Mrs. Fields 

DELTA TAU CHI 

Pres Richard Cassel 

V. Pres CaKin Cole 

Sec Audrey Rice 

Treas Jack Hamm 

Advisor Dr. Sparks 

EL ED CLUB 

Pres Joyce Martin 

V. Pres Ethel Fake 

Sec Judy Thomas 

Treas Marjorie Cook 

Advisor Dr. Ebersole 

Dean Faust 

GREEN BLOTTER 

Pres Arthur Ford 

Advisor Dr. Struble 



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JIGGERBOARD 

Pres Man' Beaver 

V. Pres Louise Gay 

.Sec Marcia Paullin 

Treas \'onnie Evans 

Advisor Dean Faust 

KALO 

Pres Richard Savidge 

V. Pres Bruce Rismiller 

Sec Charles \\'ernert 

George Fillmore 

Treas Lewis Sheaffer 

Advisor Dr. Light 



KNIGHTS OF THE 
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Pres Arthur Ford 

V. Pres Bill Deliberty 

Sec Donald Zechman 

Treas Frank Giovinazzo 

Ad\isor Dean Marcjuette 

LA VIE COLLEGIENNE 

Editor Linda Heefner 

Assoc. Ed Ann Rohland 

Advisor Rev. Souders 

LEGIONNAIRES 
Commander . . . Dave M. Long 
V. Commander . Philip Feather 

Adjutant Irwin Schuster 

Disbursing Officer 

John Lambert 
Advisor Mr. Linta 



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W. A. A. 




ROW I: W. Ness. D. White. E. Black. S. Lynch. R. Howell. J. Blank. H. Umholtz. ROW 2: 
N. McDonald. J. Dixon. S. W'itte. C. Bronson. A. Moss. E. Walters. K. Casscl. X. Valentine. M. 
Chaitt. B. Finik. RO\i' 3: K. Patterson. L. Gay. S. Hartz. C. Cromwell. P. Garber. M. Paullin, 
J. Mumper, B. Frease. ROW 4: M. Maguire. .\. Hartman, J. Hansen. ROW 5: S. Taynton. E. 
Berger, V. Evans, M. Brooks, E. Berger, J. Leith, J. Simes, J. Fuller. 



This year the Women's Athletic Association came under the guidance of Mrs. Betty 

Garman, a newcomer to the facuhy of Lebanon Valley College. She and Sally Lynch, 

president, assisted by the other officers and various sports" leaders, ha\e maintained 

a year's schedide of sports events to keep any sports-minded girl busy. 

For those girls interested in hocke\' and basketball, there was acti\itv on both the 

intercollegiate and intramural le\els. Other group sports are volleyball and softball; 

among the tourney sports are ping-pong, badmintoir. and shuffleboard : the single 

sports include swiinming, tennis, golf, archery, and even dancing. 

All that is recjuired for membership is participation in the sports imtil a miniinimi 

of two hundred points is earned. The height of the year's activity was the annual 

bancjuet at wliich all awards were presented and new officers installed. 



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L-Club 



Athletics help make a well-rounded indi\ idual . . . and the L-Ckib is a well-rounded 
organization. Track, tennis, football, basketball, baseball plavers and the rest of Val- 
ley's \arsity men comprise this aggregation of hei'oes of the athletic field. 
This year the L-CHub pro\ided transportation for the Homecoming Queen candidates 
and at half-time of the football game crowned Miss Carol .Smith Homecoming Queen 
1958. The dav would not be complete without the annual L-C'lub dance. There, the 
former and future days of Lebanon \'allev"s greatness in sports are discussed with 
the proud members of the current club. This year's "PIa\bo\" dance brought a sur- 
prise to most ol those attending. Those secret nightlv rehearsals in the college lounge 
dtu'ing the \\'eeks previous to the dance brought another successful musical group to 
the L.V. campus. Much undisco\ered talent was dispkned bv the L-CHub chorus, 
imder the able direction of Bob Musser. 

The L-Club vear concluded with a sports bancjuet at which the co\etecl jackets, let- 
ters, and gold awards were presented. 




ROW 1: S. Wislcr. K. Wcsolowski. B. Risniillcr. C. Werncrt. J. Mctk.i. ROW 2: F. Vogel, F. 
Giovin,izzo. F. .Xisfiiziano. W. DcLibcrty. N. .Mi.irrah. T. Kunkle. W. Riih. D. Myers. fiOIC 3; 
W. Kristich. M. Mihak-k. S. K.iczorowski. S. Butz, D. Ross. D. Miller, L. Holstein, R. Harper, 
V. Magnuson. ROW 4: C. Lowers, A. Ford. D. Zechman. R. Hovis, R. Musser, E. McCracken, 
D. Weiser. K. Krause. D. Winter. .\. Trujillo. B. Keinard, \V. Smith. 

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Knights of the Valley 

The Knights of the Valley is an organization about which few facts are known. 

What is known is complimentary. It can be said that this club is the closest-knit 

group on campus. The members are required to maintain high standards of scholar- 

slii]j; onh' those men who arc active in all phases of campus life are requested for 

membership. 

Each year the Knights participate in intramural sports and be it basketball or 

bowling, they are a team not to be shrugged off lightly. They have won several 

trophies in the past. 

The Knights" social activities are diversified. Annually, a dinner is given for alumni 

Knights on Homecoming Day in order to preserve the close feeling between present 

and ]3ast members. Highlighting the year is their spring dinner-dance. 

The Knights, the only social society on campus to do so, presents two awards each 

year — an academic scholarship to a deserving student and the Chuck Maston 

Memorial Award to an outstanding athlete. 



ROW 1 : N. Heindel, D. Myers, N. Aharrah. W. DeLiberty, A. Ford, T. Kunkle, F. Giovinazzo, 
J. Greenwood. D. Zechman. ROW 2: B. Buckwalter, J. Catlin, R. Ho\'is, L. Holstcin, K. Weso- 
lowski, D. Miller, J. Metka, B. Dickey, R. Badgley. 




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ROW I: R. Gingrich. W. Miller, D, Harper. D. Long. P. Feather. D. Medcr, R. Weiss. ROW 2: 
S. Hoffman, B. Strauss. D. Chernich. X. Lima, J. Carpenter, J. Edris. R, NLirtin. ROW 3: 
J. Catlin. K. Strauss. P. Shannon, H. Messner. 



Legionnaires 



The Legionnaires, or "\ets"" as thev are more comnionlv known, is one of the largest 
and wealthiest clubs on campus. The members all ha\e been of sen'ice to their 
country in the armed forces and now they extend their ser\'ices to Lebanon \'allcy 
College. 

The \'ets" first acti\ity each year is the Legionnaires' Ball and no one can say that 
he did not know of its occurrence. The men do extensive advertising to publicize 
this dance and are usuallv successful in their efforts. 

Armistice Day or more properly, \'eterans' Day, was observed on campus this year by 
a chapel ser\ice at which Lt. Col. George ^\'. .Almond. Post Chaplain, Carlisle Bar- 
racks, was the featured speaker. 

After each Saturday night basketball game, the Legionnaires sponsored a record 
hop to finance future activities. 



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ROW !: M. Evans. J. Fuller, P. Garbcr. R. Horn. M. Danoff. E. Stamm. M. Rank. ROW 2: 
M. Sypula, J. Lcith. E. Berger, J. Mentzger, J. Dixon, J. Hamnierschmidt, B. Storaker, D. 
Arthur, A. Hartman, C. Bronson. ROW 3: M. White. M. Beaver, S. Lynch, E. Black. \'. Evans, 
M. Maguire, W. Ness. ROW 4: F. Weik. D. Herner, J. Kelly, F. Burras, S. Long. L. Shroyer, 
J. Martin, J. Simes, B. Woodley, S. Cook, S. Oaks, E. Ritter, N. McDonald, M. Brooks, S. 
Hartz, E. Berger, E. Walters, J. Miller. ^L Da\is. 

Delta Lambda Sigma 

Delta Lambda Sigma, one of Valley's two social societies for women, had many 
money-making projects this year including a car-wash in the spring, selling Christmas 
and Easter candv and Lebanon \'alle\' contemporary cards and a bake sale. 
Deljjhian. whose literary objecti\'es ha\e been lost through the years, now is con- 
cerned with promoting campus spirit and a more enjoyable social life at L.V. 
This year's Rush \\'eek acti\ities attracted thirty-six girls to the group. The intormal 
initiation, lasting" throughout one dav and e\ening. consisted of a clean-up theme. 
Thirtv-six cleaning women singing "Hooray for Ilelphian"' scrubbed Hot Dog 
Frank's iront steps with toothbrushes and then ga\"e the Delphian room a thorough 
cleanina;. 



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ROW 1: B. Wogisch, N. Watson, N. Morris. G. Fitzkee, A. Moss, P. Wise, ROW 2: G. Bech- 
tel, D. Seller, R. Juno, J. "Vowler, K. Hoffer. J. Van der Meer, H. Berrier, Y. Hughes, 
C. Reed, B. \Villiams. ROW 3: J. Kressler. B. Sweka, D. Mounsey, E. Evans, N. Felsberg. P. 
Davis, A. Stephanis, B. Gardner, L. Moore, A. Pingel, K. Patterson, S. Stetler, L Miller. 



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Kappa Lambda Sigma 

The Kalozetean Literan- Society can justify its slogan - - "the progiessi\e organiza- 
tion on campus" — with actions as well as words. Under the guidance of president 
"Satch" Savidge and advisor Dr. V. Earl Light, Kalo again proved itself a leader 
among the student organizations. In cooperation with Delphian, its sister society, 
Kalo sponsored the Christmas and Easter parties at the Jonestown orphanage and 
the K-D week end with a local-talent dramatic presentation and the much antici- 
pated dinner-dance. To finance these projects, Kalo peddled college mugs, a welcome 
addition to any dorm room. 

This past year Kalo acquired their own room in the basement of Keister Hall, a new 
place tor their smokers and meetings. Kalo had its usual strong entry in the intra- 
mural sports on campus. On many evenings bowling balls, basketballs, and volleyballs 
replaced gavels, treasurer's books, and Pall Malls as the Blue Jackets made their 
presence felt. 




ROW 1: Dr. V. E. Light. G. Filmore, R. Hovis, R. Savidge, L. Sheaffer, C. Wcrncrt, B. Dan- 
feh, P. Rotii. ROW 2: P. Bronson. J. Nelson, C:. Lowers, F. Eshelman, R, Miller, J. Bustard, 
T, Mau, R. Musser, R. Meyer, J. Colangelo, K. Kohler. ROW 3: G. DeHart, D. Ross, R. 
Harper, D. Wetzel, S. Kaczorowske, W. Hecker, F. Eckelman. ROW 4: R. Harlacker, L. Ra\cr. 
D. Miller, R. Garwood, H. Vanderbach, S. Hefflefinger, V. Magnuson, J. StofFer, J. Ennis. 
J. Coen. 



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Kappa Lambda Nu 



Any girl who is interested in ha\ing a good time and gaining some permanent friend- 
ships is a potential member of C'lio, one of the well-known social organizations 
on campus. 

Among their manv activities for earning money to finance their projects, the Clio 
girls sell candy and toy animals. With the large group of pledges attracted by the 
Rush \\'eek tea. fashion show, open house, Clio will no doubt assume a more im- 
portant place in the social lile at Lebanon Valley. 
On No\ ember 12 our cam])us was \ii1ually overrun by hordes of an imusual breed of 

skunks bearing cards proclaiming "Kappa Lambda Nu "pre-scenting" Miss ." 

This strange-looking herd of animals was merely the latest group of Clio initiates. 
C'lio sponsored se\eral dances dining the year. The girls theniseKes sponsored a 
scjuare dance and the Gander Week End dance. In cooperation with Philo, they 
planned the Clio-Philo week end with a play and dinner-dance. Jointly with the 
other four social societies they helped in planning the Inter-Society Dance in the fall 
of the year. 



ROW I: C. Green, J. Thomas, L. Heefncr, L. Gay, J. Blank. B. Hamilton, K. Helllck, P. Jones, 
M. Potts. ROW 2: B. Black. J. Book, J. Geny. B. Brown. R. Barry, D. Bongart, A. Dorkas, D. 
Horst, M. C.h.uU. H. Umholtz, B. Horst. C:. Chambers, M. Miller. ROW 3: M. Rudnicki, E. 
Lancaster, B. Fi.x, D. Cole, E. Bowman, P. Grayham, B. Cromwell, B. Freasc, L. Fegley, 
J. Sevco. 




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Phi Lambda Sigma 




ROW I: A. Edwards, A. Hollinger, R. Etter, V. Crudolc, D. Murray. ROW 2: M Mihalck, 
I. Bechtel, R. Wagner, D. Magnelli, M. Schaeffcr, R. Daigneault, N. Umble, F. Argenziano, H. 
Lindstroni. ROM' 3: L. Gilmore, W. Rigler, S. Shubrooks, R. Michaels, R. Bird, R. Daugherty, 
R. Daugherty. 



Pliilo, the oldest men's society at Lebanon Valley, may not be so large as the other 

ortfanizations, but in spirit and campus acti\ity it is equal to the largest. This year's 

group of pledges promised to add to Philo's growth. 

The Philo-Clio week end. with its play and dinner-dance pro\'ided Valley with two 

of the most acti\e days of the year. This year, as alwavs, Philo assiuned its role as a 

top contender in the intramural sjjorts tournaments. Among its attractions for the 

less athletic members are the smokers and the stag banquet at the conclusion of the 

social year. .As a ser\ice to the stiident body, Philo operates the first printing press 

on campus. 

With I^uss Etter leading the wa\'. Philo continued as a bm-geoning organization. 



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Delta Tau Chi 



Membership in Delta laii Chi is open to all pre-niinisterial students and also to 
those students interested in preparation for missionaiy work or other church-related 
vocations. The purposes of this organization are to ha\e its members dedicate their 
lives to Christ, promote "peace on earth, good will toward men." and to help raise 
the moral standards of society by setting worthwhile examples in their own lives. 
These high aims are partially realized through Delta Tau Chi's deputation work. 
Each Sunday morning several members tra\el to churches in the area to present 
sermons. Sunda)- school lessons, and musical selections. Week day mornings, before 
eight o'clock classes, Morning Prayers are held in the small chapel of the librai"}' 
basement. Dr. Sparks, the ad\isor of the group. pro\ed to be not only a spiritual 
leader, but also a willing worker in the actual ])lanning of the organization's 
programs. 

Many students attended the annual Easter simrise ser\ices. not knowing that they, 
too, are sponsored by Delta Tau Chi. 
This group is truly what its name proclaims — "workers for C^hrist." 



ROW 1: R. Cassel, J. Wirbick. A. Rice, M. Shancr. M. Wikcr. E. Sweigart, P. Fitz. J. Kauff- 
man. ROW 2: J. Turner, M. took. E. Duchncr. P. Petrullo, M. Kanoff, H. Dom. K. Wise, 
W. Smith. ROW 3: S. Taynton. D. Drumheller. R. Dickey, D. Zechman, C. Rife. G. Hiltner, 
S. Shubrooks. ROW 4: C. Chambers, K. Steiner. D. H.irper. J. Hamm. L. McCaully. B. Ramey. 
ROW 5: M. Copenhaver. C. Arnett, G. Smith. 





ROW 1: B. Keinard, L. Mark, N. Linta. N. Ileindcl, J. Dcitz, D. Peiffcr. ROW 2: J. Mctka, 
D. Weiser, P. Bronson, K. Orwig, H. Linstrom. J. Nelson. D. Winter. 



Alpha Phi Omega 



Lebanon Valley's first national Iraternitv made its appearance on campus last ycai 
Membership in Alpha Phi Omega, a service rather than a social fraternity, is ex- 
tended to all male students who were, or still are, members of the Boy Scouts of 
America. 

At present this organization exists independently, but upon acquiring at least twenty- 
five members and five faculty acKisors and upon completion of three sen'ice projects 
A. P.O. will become a chapter responsible to the national association. This status is 
not too far in the future for since its biith at \'allev. A. P.O. has contributed nuich 
to the college commimity. 

A large part of the decorations for Homecoming-Parents" Day were erected by mem- 
bers of this club. They have placed trash receptacles around campus and if they are 
used as suggested an impro\ement in the appearance of the campus should be no- 
ticed. A.P.O.'s most important project thus far has been the distribution of civil 
defense information — proper action in case of an emergency, such as fire. 
Baseball fans will be glad to see a new scoreboard on the athletic field in place of the 
piece of lumber which had been used — another senice of Alpha Phi Omega, a 
group of men who know the meaning of true college spirit. 




ROW 1: K. Hcllick. J. Thomas, J. Martin. E. Ritter. ROW 2: M. Evans, A. Moss. M. Ranck, 
W. Ness, R. Garber, J, Dixon, B. Storaker, J. Mentzer, J. Kressler. ROW 3: S. Long, B. Funk, 
B. Frease, L. Shroyer, J. Leith, B. Black. 



Childhood Education Club 

The Childhood Education Club promotes itself to expand the horizons of the educa- 
tion profession and to create new interests in that field. The organization welcomes 
all students interested in developing and enlarging the group and its activities. Dean 
Faust and Dr. Ebersole, ad\isors to Childhood Ed. keep the members well informed 
of current trends in modern teaching practices. 

Each year the girls are gi\cn the opportunity to become acquainted with children of 
pre-school and school age wlien thev entertain the youngsters of the Jonestown 
Orphanage at the annual Christmas Party. 



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S. E. A. 



The George D. Gossard Chapter of the Lebanon \'alley Student Education Associa- 
tion is in its eiglith year as a member of the college acti\ities program. Adxanccment 
of the teaching profession is accomjilished through informatixe and enjovable pro- 
grams held monthly under the direction of Miss Pegg\- Garber, president, aided by 
Dr. Gilbert McKKeen in an ad\isory capacity. The SEA cha]Dter on campus is ably 
represented on the state-wide Ie\el hv Miss Garber as \ice-president of the S.E.A.P. 
The student body has the ojjportimity to learn more about the pinposes and acti\ities 
of this organization on SEA Day \vith a cha])el piogram and informal discussion 
groups. Among the social meetings are the annual hike to Fink's, the square dance, 
the Christmas party, and "Sundae Night" concluding the \ear"s e\ents. 



ROW I: W. Smith. J. Fuller, K. Xelson. P. Garber. J. Bustard. J. Martin, J. Colangelo. C. 
Sch.-iirer. ROW 2: M. Lamke. L. Gay, B. Black. M. Evans. J. Kressler. R. Ziggenfuss, S. Oakcs. 
D. White, C. Smith. ROW 3: E. Berger, F. Burras, M. Cook, E. Sweigart, M. Weiker, M. Paul- 
lin, J. Stoffer. K, Patterson. O. Gluyas. B. Williams, B. Gardner, J. \'owler. ROW 4: I Miller, 
D. Cole, G. Zeller. J. McCann. J. Turner, J. Wargny, J. Dixon. B. Storakcr, L ^foore. 




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Math and Physics Club 




ROIV 1: W. Rich, S. Lynch, F. Burras. J. GeriT. V. Arnold, K. Lee. ROW 2: R. Bird, J. 
Nelson, R. Lane, Mr. R. Wagner, P. Shannon, J. Bowman. 



1958 found a young club in its second year of existence at Lebanon Valley. Dr. Ber- 
nard Bissinger felt that an organization for math and physics students was needed 
on campus. He communicated with an attorney in Lebanon in order to procure 
sufficient funds to begin operations of such an organization. Mr. Phillip Davis is an 
alumnus of L.V. whose interest in promotion of science will be exhibited through The 
Phillip Davis Chapter of the Industrial Mathematics Club. 

The members were shown the relationship of math and physics to modern industry 
during meetings by motion pictures and speakers. They also made field trips to local 
industrial concerns. 
In Dr. Bissinsrer's absence Mr. Warner directed the acti\ities of this club. 



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Psychology Club 



Charlie W'crnert, president of the Psych C'hili. is very enthusiastic in his leadership 

jjosition. The club opens its membership to all psychology majors and minors and 

also to those students who ha\e an interest in psychology e\'en ihongh they do not 

contemplate enteiing that specific field of work. 

The meetings were held monthly and included various t\pes ol ])rograms such as 

mo\ics and speakers. Fiekl trips were planned to gi\e the members actual insight 

into psychological work. 

Dr. Lo\e, the acK isor, contributed her knowledge and experiences to help make 

psychology more understandable and enjoyable. 



ROW !: N. Uniblc, R. Howell, CI. Wcnurt, A. Rohland, J. Zusc, Dr. Love, D, PeilTcr. ROW 2: 
S. Hartz, M. Brooks, C. Bronson. ROW 3: B. Spotts, L. McCaulley. 




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ROM' ONE: M. White, Treasurer; G. Smith, President; M. Burche. Vice President: C. Srhairer, 
Secretary. ROW TWO: C. Smith, M. Lamke, B. Woghsch, A. Rohland. ROW THREE: N. 
Watson. B. Commwell. ROW FOUR: E. Berger, E. Berger, R. Meyers. 



Wig and Buckle 



The Wig and Buckle Club is open to all members who have an interest in all fields of 
the theatre, particularly acting. Members meet on the second and third Tuesday 
of cveiy month. 

For this year's Homecoming program, the body produced "The Fumed Oak," a one- 
act comedy by N. Coward, Other programs were presented in early spring and on 
May Day under the direction of Mr, Kline, The highlights of the year include 
monthly field trips to the Harrisburg Community Theatre, 



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Student Christian Association 

All students on campus are technically members of S.C.A. or The Student Christian 
Association. The go\crning body is known as S.C.A. Cabinet. S.C.A. lunctions 
through a series of weekly fellowship meetings. ])lus two week-end retreats, two week 
end campus actixities and Coimty Fair. The cabinet began the year by sponsoring 
the freshman week acti\ities. Other highlights of the year include International Week 
End. week-end retreats. Campus Chest, dormitory de\otions. and distribution of 
'TNTERCOLI.EGIEXXE" to all dorms. The adyisors are Dr. Spaiks. and Dr. 
Erhart. 



ROW 0\E: M, Copcnh,iyer. President; F. Burras. Secretary: A. Rice, D, Sihmuck. ROW 
TWO: M. C:ook. P, Petrullo. M. Wiker. J. Turner. L. Gay. J. Zuse. ROW THREE: C. Arnett, 
E. Walters. \V. Smith. K, Wise. S. T.iviun ROW FOUR: S. Shubrooks, R. Casscl, .\. Trijillo, 
K. Nelson. R. Diekey, S. Oaks. ABSEXT: L. Holstcin. Tre.isurer: C. Cole, L. McCaulley. 




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A comeback is being staged by the \"alley Blue and White in the 
sport of football. This past season LA', showed a strong indication 
of a rising football team. The season proved very worthwhile, 
as \'alley ended ii]) on the winning side of the ledger. The final 
won — lost record was 4 — 2 — 1. The one tie game was with our fa- 
\'orite ri\al, Albright College. This is a record certainly worth 
some W'Ords of praise and hope for the future. We look fonvard to 
increasing success in the vears to come. Congratulations inen. on 
a job well fought for and accomplished. 



LVC. OPP. 

Wilkes 12 

Albright 14 14 

Upsala 16 6 

Muh'berg 12 42 

Moravian 14 

Thiel 7 26 

PMC 7 27 

Ursinus 12 







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THE 1958 FOOTBALL SQUAD: FOURTH ROW — 
Larry Godshall. John Blourh. Philip Slatchcr, Hiram 
Fitzgerald. Ellis McCracken — Coach. Floyd Egger, 
Robert Stull. Roger Ward, and Jerome Haupt. THIRD 
ROW — Ned Linta — Coach, Dave Magnelli. Dave 
Miller, Harry Trout, Lester Holstein, Stanley Kaczo- 
rowski, \'enard Magnuson, Shea Heffelfinger, and 



George Mayhoffer. SECOND ROW -- Doug Miller, 
Karl Wesolowski, Irvin Legay, Charles Piersol, Russel 
Owens, F. Rol:)crt \'ogel. Cyril Kardos, and Ken Long- 
enecker. FIRST ROW — Bruce Rismiller, Bill Delib- 
erty, Thomas Kunkle, Ncllo Lavorini, Edmund Sle- 
zosky. Frank Giovinazzo, and Neil .Aharrah. 



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The three men who lead the Dutchmen's attack from the quarterback position. At the left 
is Bill DeLiberty. a senior from Rutherford Heisrhts. Pa. : in the center is Frank Giovinazzo, 
a Senior from Closter. New Jersey : at right is Floyd Egger, a Freshman from York. Pa. 










KICKING SPECIALISTS: When the Flying Dutchmen were forced to punt, one of this 
trio handled the important kicking chore. At the left is Les Holstein, Sophomore halfback 
from Palmyra; center is Shea Ffefflefinger, Sophomore fullback from Carlisle; at right is 
Doug Miller, Junior end from Millersburg. 



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No. 30 — Ed Slczosky. a returnee heliiing out at the halfback position. No. 15 — Ir\' 
Legay. a Junior helping out in the fullhark position. No 26 — Hariy Trout, a Sophomore 
helping to keep that line strong. 




Bill Deliberty 
throwing pass in 
the Ursinus game. 



Karl Wesolowski 
making a brilliant 
tackle in the Ur- 
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A brilliant action shot of the game with Thiol College. Number 30, Ed Slezosky, is carrying 

the ball for Valley. 



.Another action shot of the Thiol game. 




Tennis 



Another new intercollesriate sport here at \'allev is Tennis. Last 
year was the first year Tennis ^\■as attempted on an intercollegi- 
ate basis, and the results were surprisingly good. The team ended 
up with the record of 4 wins and 3 losses. Certainlv we can look 
forward to great results, as we ha\e some \eiy excellent Tennis 
plavers. who can show an excellent ability to win o\er their oppo- 
nents. \Ve hope to see this sport become popular and cnthiisiasti- 
callv recei\ed. as the team dexelops in its ability and ability. 





L.]-.C. 


Opp. 


Hershev 


8 


1 


Albright 


2 


7 


Dickinson 


3 


6 


E-Town 


6 


3 


F. & M 


4 


5 


Muhlenberg; . . . 


6 


3 


Mora\ian 


5 


4 




The members of the Tennis team for the 1958 season were, from left to right. STAXDIXG: 
Philip Xiosi. Robert Sensenig. Sam McLinn. Robert Daigneault. and Ronald Hovis. 
K^ EELIXC: Robert Musser. and Howard Good. Missing when the picture was taken were. 
Ronald Bell and John Lanese. 



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BASKETBALL always seems to ha\e been the main sport here at \'alley. In the 
past few years, however, the Flying Dutchmen ha\e been ex]3eriencin>; a deficit in 
much needed height, and have consequently been short of the boost to make them 
the strong team thev once were. Things are looking up this year, though, as \'allcy 
seems to be slowlv singing back. Thev ha\e not only jjicked up a little height, 
but they are also showing that ]5ast experience aids in making a better team. Due 
to a great speed. \'allev has been able to outrun many teams and show that height 
is not eveiTthing. Although games go dci\vn in the records as lost, main ot them 
have been so very, N'ery close. This \ear the Flying Dutchmen ha\e ]iro\ed to be 
more than adec|uate competition for their opposition, and are pro\ idin<; lor us 
at Valley an exhibition to be jjroud oh 




The V.irsity B.isketball Squad for the 1958-59 season. 
From left to right they are, BACK ROW: Art Forst.iter. 
Bernie Buzgon. "Hank" Vandewater. ."Mhson Kohlcr, and 
Larry Jenkins. FRONT ROIV: Marty Mihalik, Sam Butz, 



Doug Ross. Steve Wisler. Bill DeLibcrty. .ind Harry Skaler. 
J.V. Coach — George Mayhoffer; \'.irsity co.ich — 
"Rinso" Marquette. Managers — John Metk.i and Dave 
Wiser. 



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A Tribute 




Coach Mayhoffcr giving instructions to part of the team. 



We wish to pay a small tribute to the Jay Vees — the future Varsity. 
For the Varsity team of the future we must look to the Junior \'arsity team. We 
allow them to go without too much recognition, but we must recognize them for 
their courage and strivings which will grow with experience. 

They have displayed their ability as basketball players and have earned our respect 
for their sportsmanship. We congratulate them on their season and their fine playing. 



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the Flying Dutchmen against two 
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Bcrnie Bu7son 




Steve Wisler 




Basketball 



Barry Skalcr putting in two points against a 
Wilkes defender. 



Action 



Sam Butz squeezing through part of the marine defense. 




Junior Varsity 




BACK RUH': Hiram Fitzgerald. Russ Urey, Dave Mulholland, Harr>- Vnnderbach. Ed Don- 
levy, and Dirk Blair. FROXT ROM': Dick Rhine. Eugene Stambach. Les Holstcin. Rich 
Paullus. Joe Hooper. John Kobylarz. Waldo Rich, and George Mayhoffcr — coach. 



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Hiram Fitzgerald going up for two points against the 
Lebanon Y.M.C.A. 



Russ Urey Jump-shooting against the Lebanon 
Y.M.C.A. 




Junior Varsity 
Highlights 




Dick Rhine sneaking one in from behind the basket. 



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Aiibrev Kci sliner 

To a man of great ability and 
spectacular achie\ement we 
give tills tribute. 

During the past four years LA'.C. won onlv one 
track meet, but it was not the fault of Aubrey 
Kershner. who set a host of records with his out- 
standing [serformanccs. Aubrey scored more than 
one-third of the points for LA\C. last year. The 
Flying Dutchmen scored a total of 373 points and 
Kershner accounted for 131 to break his record of 
123 the pre\ious year. In the lour vears he was here 
he totaled 371 points, which is a new school record. 



\Vhen L.V.C. defeated Muhlenberg. 84—42. last 
year, it marked the first track win since 1918. and 
Kershners inspirational leadership had a lot to do 
with the Dutchmen staging this upset. 

Last year Kershner set a record with 18 first places, 
and in four years he was here at Valley, set another 
record of 47 times first finisher. In both the Frank- 
lin and Marshall and Muhlenberg meets. Aubrey 
took five first places. 

Kershner set new standards in three events, includ- 
ing two in a meet against Ursinus. He ran the 220- 
vard dash in 22.2 and the 220-vard low hurdles in 



24.4. The year prexious to this he set the L.\'.C. mark 
for the 120-vard high hurdles xshen he was clocked 
in 16.0 against Millers\ille. 

At the all-sports dinner last vear. Kershner was pre- 
sented the Chuck Maston award which is gi\en to 
a member of a \"arsity team who has displayed the 
exceptional qualities of sportsmanship, leadership, 
cooperation, and spirit. He had his jersey retired, 
and his teammates and coach Ned Linta ga\-e him 
a scroll and gift. In recei\ing the Chuck Maston 
award, Kershner became the first member of the track 
team to win the coveted honor. 



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TRACK is a sport which perhaps does not have as much 
emphasis as it should here at Valley, yet we must give 
credit to those who are willing to give themselves in an 
endeavor to strengthen it. Of course we shall never forget 
Aubrey Kershner and his brilliant portrayal of a true 
trackman. We owe him our thanks for the honors he won 
for Valley. The team ended up with a "1 — 6" record last 
spring. In the above picture arc the members of the 1958 



team. From left to right they are, BACK ROW: Coach — 
Ned Linta, John Salem, Don Murray, Gary Dehart, Rus- 
sel Owens, Les Holstein, Fred Meiselman, Barry Keinard, 
and manager — Stan Kaczorowski. FRONT ROW: Bill 
Glaser. Waldo Rich. Jim Laverty. Charlie Wernet, Don 
Zechman, Dick Harper and .Aubrey Kershner, captain of 
the team. 



The results of last year's track meets. 

L.V.C. Opp. 

Franklin and Marshall 58 68 

Gettysburg 36.5 89.5 

Dickinson 40.5 85.6 

Albright and Juniata 35 (A) — 69.5 (J) ^ 49.5 

P.M.C 58 68 

Muhlenburg 84 42 

Ursinus 61 65 



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Wrestling 



Here at Valley wrestling has only come into its own within the last year or so. Be- 
ing in\oKed in intercollegiate wrestling adds a new sport to Valley's list. From the 
early results of this year it appears that we have a fairly good team. The team has 
come along at surprisingly rapid speed to give their opponents more competition 
than they had anticipated. We must be impressed by the great ability of Dave Mil- 
ler, and of the determined efl'orts of the whole team. It would not be surprising 
at all to find wrestling a major sport of interest in the \ery near futiu'e. 




Above is the team of this year, 1958-59. They are. STANDING: Tim Lindstrom. Don Win- 
ter, Paul Longreen, Ken Longenecker, Dave Miller, and Ellis MacCrackcn — coath. 
KNEELING: James Reilly, Barry Kcinard, Rick Vespe. and Bob Sensing. 



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Dave Miller wrestling his opponent from P.M.C. 



We find Ken Longenecker in all seriousness, giving his 
opponent a little difiieulty keeping his upright position. 




A worthy opponent for anyone. Ken Longenecker. 



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Baseball 



Baseball may be the nations number one pastime, but here at Val- 
ley we seem to ha\e lost that Baseball interest and zest. In the past 
couple of years \'alley has had some good teams playing this 
sport. The final won-lost record for this past season, 1958, was 5 
wins and 9 losses. We owe credit to these fellows who give of their 
time to keep Valley in this sport. The idea of dropping the sport 
has been seriously considered, but let us hope it does not happen. 
We look forward to thrilling seasons to follow, as we support our 
team. 



L.V.C. Opp. 

F. & M 4 

Albright 8 4 

Muhlenberg 6 9 

E-Town 11 10 

Rutgers 15 6 

Moravian 4 8 

Scranton 2 6 

Wilkes 2 

Millcrsville 2 1 

West Chester 1 12 

Susquehanna 4 14 

E-Town 6 16 

Gettsburg 7 15 

Drexel 4 3 




Above are the members of the Baseball team for 1958. From left to right they are, THIRD 
ROW : Walter Smith — Manager, Riciiard Savidgc. Harold Donley, Donald Walker. Darryl 
Myers, William Glaser, Steve Wisler, and Frank Etchberger — coach. SECOND ROW: 
David Wiser — Manager. Lynn Raver, Sterling Hoffman, Arthur Ford. Douglas Ross, Wil- 
liam DeLiberty, and Norman Hernberg. FIRST ROW: Donald Winters. John Ollinger, Jo- 
seph Toy, Irvin LeGay, and Karl Wesolowski. 



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Cheerleaders 



After opening the \i'ai \sitli the vaiicnis pep rallies in Se|)tenil)er. the eheerleaders 
continued their clieers throughout ail the home football games, leading the stu- 
dents in the familiar "Fight Dutchmen!'" or "rio \'alle\l'" Dining haskclball 
games they helped promote LA'.'s spiiil with their energetic "C''mon lUiie" and 
■"T-E-A-M." closing the winter sports season as enihusiasticalK as the\ had begun. 




J. Gerry. 1), .\rtluu. B. (,,udiur. M, Potts. H, Pcderoso. B. Slink, B. l^.k.!. .s. AB.S/_M J Duk. 



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VARSITY SQUAD 
FIRST ROW: J. Freed, M. Brooks, S. Lynch, Mrs. Garman, coach. SECOND ROW: J. 
Myers, B. Horst, J. Leith, S. Angle, B. Cromwell, S. Hartz, N. Ovates, V. Evans, J. Simes, 
K. Cassel. 



Under the capable and spirited leadership of co-captains, Sally Lynch and Marion 
Brooks, the Dutchgirls finished the 1958 season with a record of two wins, two 
losses, and one tie. The first game was a heartbreaking 2 — 1 loss to Millersville, with 
Marion Brooks as the lone scorer for the Valley. The team's fighting spirit was en- 
couraged by a 2 — 1 victory over Shippensburg, again having Marion as the only 
scorer. Traveling over to Millersville, the team tied 1 — 1, as Sue Hartz pushed over 
for a goal in the first half. The team's second victoi"y game against Blue Ridge 
when Judy Leith scored in the second half. To the girls' dismay, the season ended 
with a 4 — loss to EUzabethtown. 

Mrs. Garman, the team's coach, the managers, and all the girls on the team 
should be saluted for a commendable season. 



Who is going to get it? 




Hockey 




Get it out! 

L.U.C. OPP. 

M.S.T.C 1 2 

S.S.T.C 2 1 

M.S.T.C 1 1 

Blue Ridge 1 

E-Town 4 



FIRST ROW: S. Fitzkee. K. Patterson. B. Gardner. SECOXD ROW: Mrs. Garman. coach, 
M. Paullin. N. Norris. D. Mounscy. C. Smith. E, Walters. L. Gluyas. K. Hughes. 




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LEFT TO RIGHT: E. Wahers, M. Paul- 
lin, M. Shaver, G. Friskee, L. Lewis. W. 
Neal, Mrs. Carman, Coach, M. Maguire, 



Basket 



This year's roster provided games with Millersville, 
Moravian, E-Town, Shippensburg, and Albright. 
The girls' endless enthusiasm was shown to the 
large number of spectators who supported the team 
at all home s;ames. 




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L'lidci the iTuidaiice of Mrs. Garman, the team's 
coach, the girls ]3ut in long hard months of work 
and practice. The fi\e varsity-letter returnees along 
with many outstanding underclassmen culminated 
the season with a praiseworthy record. 




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For several years the co-ed recreation program has been a popular 
form of spending one's leisure time. E\er\' Tuesday night the 
swimming entluisinsts can be found ]Dracticing new strokes at the 
"Y"". At almost anxlimc throughout the year couples are compet- 
ing in the ping-pong and badminton tournaments, while nights at 
Hank Dijohnson's are the big highlights for those who love to 
participate in bowling. 



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A PENNY AN INCH! 




FUTURE REMBRANDTS! 




County Fair 

Oh Xo\einber 21, all the organi/ations of the 
campus cooperated in setting up booths to pro\'ide 
an e\'ening's entertainment. Later in the e\ening 
Dr. Ehrliart acted as tiie auctioneer with \ ai ious 
articles given by faculty members. The ])roceeds 
of the evening were a donation to the Campus 
Chest Fund which is promoted h\ (he SurIciU 
Christian Association. 





TEST YOUR REACTION TIME! 



WH.^T AM I BID? 



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PULL, FROSH, PULL! 



Underclassmen's Day 

At the close of October 17, the freshmen were lead- 
ing in tlie preliminary contests, but . . . the next 
clay found the freshmen being pulled into the Quit- 
tic by the sophomores at the annual tug-of-war. 




WOW! WAIERS COLD! 



WHEN THE FROSH GO SLIDLMG IN! 




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Dedication of new dinin^ h.il 



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Parents in c.ifeteria line. 




College Day 



October 18 was iicit only UirIch lassmen's Daw hnt also a com- 
bination of Dedication l)a\-. Honicconiiiisi I)a\. and Patents' Hav. 




Forcisn naval officers \isilcd the campus. 



Carol Smith elected as Homecoming Queen with the 
attendants .'Annette Kurr and Carol Felty. 




Campus 



SCA Fall Retreat at Mt. Gretna 






Site of EUB General Conference Pageant 




SEA Orphanage Party 



Horse Show 




Concert Choir on Dedication Day 



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Candids 





Christmas comes to Hyphen Hall 




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The stockings were hung by the chimney with care. 



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RELIGIOUS 
EMPHASIS 




"Missiles to Man" was the theme of REW this 
year which was held during the first week of 
March. Dr. Robert H. Stephens, pastor of 
Central Presbyterian Church in Summit, New 
Jersey, was the principal speaker. Con\oca- 
tions, skeptic hours, and dorm discussions 
hiarhliafhted the week. 




Dr. Stephens 





REW Executive Committee 



General Committees 



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MAY COURT 1958 
FRONT ROW: Virginia Smedley. attendant: Janet Lee Blank. May Queen; Elizabeth 
Speicher. attendant. BACK ROW: Sally Miller, attendant: Dorothy Jones, attendant: Ruth 
Reddinger. Maid of Honor: Mar>- E. Swope. attendant: Harriet Mickey, attendant. 




Mrs. Patricia Daniels. May Queen of 1957. crowns Janet Lee 
Blank. May Queen of 1958. while Ruth Reddinger, Maid of 
Honor, looks on. 



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May 



Court 




MAY QUEEN 
Maiy Beaver 



1959 






MAID OF HONOR 

Sue Tiostic 



Attendants 





Marion Brooks 



Veronica Evans 





Louise Gay 



Nancy McDonald 





Flora Rhen 



Linda Shirey 



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Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bucher 


Mr. and Mrs. William H, Hooke 


Mr. and Mrs. Lewis E. Sheaffer 


Mrs. Clatherine Buck 


Mr. and Mrs. Fred B. Hooper 


Dr. and Mrs. Robert M, Shirey 


Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Bustard 


Mr. and Mrs. Russell E. Horn 


Mr. and Mrs. Da\id K. Shroyer 


Mr. Alfred Carpenter 


Dr. and Mrs. Elmer L. Horst 


Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Shubrooks 


Mr. and Mrs. Francis L. Cassel 


Mr and Mrs. Russell Hosteller 


Mr. and Mrs. Jack C. Sinics 


Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Catlin 


Mr and Mrs. H L. Hovis 


Mr. and Mrs. Philip B, Slatcher 


Gretchen B. Cline 


Mr. and Mrs John R. Howell 


G. Eusene Stambach 


Mr. and Mrs. Daniel S. Cook 


Mr. and Mrs. \Villiam L. Jenkins 


Mr. and Mrs. J. Foster Stambach 


Mr. and Mrs. Harry Copenhaver 


Mr. .iiid Mrs. Robert C. Jones 


Mr. and Mrs E. G. Slcphanis 


Mr. and Mrs. M. Craun 


Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Jimo 


Mr. and Mrs, Rav F, Strauss 


John S. Cromwell 


Kapp Advertising Sen.ice 


Howard Stull 


Mr. and Mrs. Walter 


Barbara Karlheuir 


Wavne R. Tobias 


Cunningham 


Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Kelly 


Mr. and Mrs. Roger Troslle 


Mr. and Mrs. Karl H. Czirr 


Mr. and Mrs. Henn.- A. Kohler 


Susan Troslle 


Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. 


Mr. and Mrs. Herbert H. 


Eloisa Garcia Trujillo 


Daigneault 


Kreider 


Mr. and Mrs. W. \\'. Turner 


Sidnev B. Danfelt 


Mr. and Mrs. John Kressler 


Mr. and Mrs. George .A. L'rey. Jr. 


Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Dixon 


Mr. and Mrs. W .\. Krucger 


Mrs. Clara Vanderbach 


Mr. Guy B Drumheller 


Mr. and Mrs. Collin 


Mr. and Mrs. F. Vespc 


Harold A. Eckelman 


Krumbine 


Mr. Robert Vogel 


Mr. Albert G. Edwards 


Mr. and Mrs. Peter R, Kuchla 


Mr. and Mrs. James H. \owler 


Mr. George H. Eiceman 


Harold K. Lee 


L. Frank Wagner 


Mrs. Xora E. Eiceman 


Mr. Irvin LeGav. Jr. 


Mrs. Mai"\- Waldman 


Mr. and Mrs. J. George Ennis 


Mr. H. J. Lehn' 


Mr. and Mrs. Peter S. Walker 


Rc\ . and Mrs. Russel E. Etter 


Mr. and Mrs. Michael Le\ine 


Mr, and Mrs. Carl S, Walter 


Mr. and Mrs. Elmer W. Faber 


Mr. and Mrs. Isaac L. Light 


Rowland X. Ward 


Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Fitzgerald 


Mr. and Mrs. Clarke P. Lobman 


Oscar Wargny 


C^harles E. Fogley 


Mr. and Mrs Perciwil Long 


H. Donald Weisensale 


Dorothy Forstater and Sons 


Madelon and Brittain Lukcns 


Mr. and Mrs. Herman J. Weiser 


Mr. and Mrs. R. Frease 


Mr. and Mrs. Watson R. Lynch 


Dr. and Mrs. Henry- A. Weitz 


Mr. and Mrs. Martin K. Fry 


Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Magriney 


Florence C. W'hile 


Mrs. S. Jason Frymyer 


Mr. and Mrs. John T. Maguire 


Mr. and Mrs. R. Porter White 


Mrs. Charlmers D. Fulton 


J. NLirkurt 


Mr. and Mrs. Clarence C. Wiker 


Mr. and Mrs. John B. Garber 


Mr. and Mrs. Wavne S. Metka 


Mr. and Mrs, Paul WiUaucr 


Mr. and Mrs. T. R. GaiAvood 


Mr and Mrs Ralph E. Merer 


A. R. Williams 


Mr. and Mrs. George D. Gephart 


Mr. and Mrs. Flovd R. Miller 


Frank Winter 


Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. 


Harold S. Miller 


Mr. and Mrs. H, D, Wisler 


Gerberich 


Mr. and Mrs. Russell T. Miller 


Mr. and Mrs. William R. \Vogisch 


Mr. and Mrs. Witold A. Gerry- 


Mr. and Mrs. George E. Moss 


Mr. and Mrs Clifford Wood ^ 


Mr. and Mrs. Everett M. Gilmore 


Mr. and Mrs. Elwood B. Murray 


Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L, 


Golly Farms 


Mr. and Mrs. George Mvers 


Woodley 


Mr. and Mrs. Howard Good 


Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. 


Julia Deer Yelton 


Mr. and Mrs. Phares L. Graby 


McCann 


Mr. and Mrs. George W. Yetter 


Mrs. Mildred Hoffman 


Mr. and Mrs. H F. Nixon 


Dr. Hariy W. Zechman 


Graehling 


Mr. and Mrs. E, Clyde Oaks 


Mrs. Miriam A. Xovinger 


Rev. and Mrs. Robert E. Green 






To the .Advertisers and 


Patrons of Our Yearbook \Ve the "Quittic" 


Staff AVish to Express 


our .Appreciation. 







HERSHEY'S HOMOGENIZED MILK 



Serving Lebanon Area for Over 40 Years 



HARRY M. MYER 



Your Milk Distributor 



Annville R.D. #1 Phone UN 7-2311 



WENGERT'S DAIRY PRODUCTS 



Home of Prize Winning Milk 



R. H. LYON & SONS 

Harrisburg, Penna. 

Purveyor's of Fine 

COFFEE 



BUCHART ASSOCIATES 

Architects — Engineers 
York — Lancaster — Johnstown 



ANDREWS PAPER HOUSE OF YORK, INC. 

DAVID R. FINK, PRES. — CLASS OF 1917 

Phone 6807 York, Penna. 

HAMMERMILL PAPERS SINCE 1917 

"If It's Made of Paper, We Can Supply It" 





J. C. HAUERS SONS INC. 






Wholesale Distributors 


Compliments 




Candy — Cigarettes 






Vending Machines 


of 




Lebanon, Penna. 


COLLEGE 








Phone CR 2-3656 






PAUL T. GINGRICH 


SNACK 




INSURANCE SERVICE 


BAR 




504 Cumberland Street 






Lebanon, Penna. 






DAVIS PHARMACY 


LAWN'S 




9-11 West Main Street 


812 Willow St. 




Annville, Penna. 


Lebanon, Penna. 




Prescriptions — Phonographs — Records 


Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes 




School Supplies 


Dobbs — Hats — Champ 




Shoeffer Pe"^-, and Pencils 


Van Heusen Shirts 




FEGAN'S CLEANING 


Compliments 




AND TAILORING 


of 




Pick-up and Delivery 


KARMEL KORN SHOP 




Custom Suits — Formal Wear for Rent 






24 North Railroad St. 


718 Cumberland Street 


Pair 


nyra Phone TE 8-2154 


Lebanon, Penna. 



Annville 



Compliments 
of 

H. O. TOOR 
FOOTWEAR INC. 



Penna. 



The Beautiful 

GREEN TERRACE 

Specializing in Private Parties & Banquets 
• Delicious Food ' Superbe Drinks 

Dancing Wed., Fri., & Sat. 

Annville Penna. 

Phone UN 7-6121 



DAUPHIN ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES CO. 

Harrisburg, Penna. 
Lighting Fixtures — Wiring Materials 

Electrical Housewares 
Phone CEdar 214201 — CEdar 6-4011 

Wholesale Distributors 



Cleona 



CLEONA PAPER 

BOX 

COMPANY 



Penna. 



Compliments 



of 



BEN FRANKLIN STORE 

Your College Store 

OPEN EVENINGS 

E. W. Wolfe, Owner 

37-39 West Main Street 

Annville, Perna. 



LEBANON VALLEY PETROLEUM, INC. 



Distributor of Cities Service Products 



G. E. Heating & Burner Service 



Cleona, Penna. 



DINGER'S 


Compliments 


of 


of 


Myerstown 


CALCITE QUARRY 


QUALITY 


CORPORATION 


Shoes & Clothing 






Crushed Stone 


For the Family 




114 West Lincoln on Route 422 


Transit Mixed Concrete 


Phone UN 6-2521 


Dial CR 3-3755 Lebanon, Penna. 


Complinnents 




of 


A 


LAYSER JEWELERY 


FRIEND 


13 East Main Street 




Myerstown, Pennc. 




To the Advertisers and Patrons 


of OUR Yearbook 


We Wish to Express Our Appreciation 



Compliments of 

BRANDYWINE IRON & METAL COMPANY 

SALVAGE 

STRUCTURAL STEEL — PIPE — PLATE — SHAPES 

SAM CLARK '27 Abe Grosky 

Lebanon, Penna. Phone CR 2-4655 


Compliments 
of 

DANIEL F. WENGER & SONS 

Contractors & Builders 

36 College Ave. 

Annville 


ELECTRO-BOND RECAPPING 

SIMON S. KETTERING 

Distributor — Goodyear Tires 

N. Side 16th & Cumberland Sts. 

Lebanon, Penna. 

Phone CR 2-5771 


OTTO'S CLOTHING 

Annville 

The House of Brands 

Arrow — McGregor — Botany 

Alligator — Stetson — Florsheim 

Tuxedo Soles & Rentals After Six 


PETER HAWRYLUK 

JEWELER 

40 East Main Street 

Annville, Penna. 


Compliments 
of 

ACADEMY THEATER 

LEBANON, PENNA. 

Get more out of life 

Go out to a movie 


BEST WISHES 

STATE THEATER 

511-515 Cumberland Street 
LEBANON, PENNA. 



IXTRAMUR 


AL ACTIVITIES 


WOMEN 


MEN 


Hockey 


Golf 


Shuffleboard 


Bowling 


\'olleyball 


Volleyball 


Dancing 


Handball 


Basketball 


Basketball 


Swimming 


Swimming 


Hiking 


Squash 


Table Tennis 


Table Tennis 


Badminton 


Badminton 


Tennis 


Tennis 


Archery 


Archery 


Ice Skating & Skiing 


Skiing 


Softball 


Softball 


Horseback Riding 


Shuffleboard 



L V. C. Activities 

fOR THE SPORTS^AAN 




INTERCOLLEGIATE 
\VOMEN MEN 

Hockey Football 

Basketball Wrestling 

J.V. Basketball 

Basketball 

Track 

Tennis 

Baseball 

176 



YEARBOOK PHOTOGRAPHY 

by 1^ iV 1^ 



HARPELS' 
STUDIO 



i^ i^ i^ PORTRAIT and COMMERCIAL 
PHOTOGRAPHERS 

Our large modern facilities enable us 

to offer unlimited photographic service 
* 

NATURAL COLOR and BLACK & WHITE PHOTOGRAPHY 
* PORTRAITS * FAMILY GROUPS * BANQUETS * COMMERCIAL 

* FORMAL and CANDID WEDDINGS * COPY SERVICE 



W. E. BUSER, Manager 

757-759 Cumberland Street 
Dial CR 2-6687 Lebanon, Pa. 



D. J. PARR, INC. 

Lebanon, Penna. 

HEATING HEATING OILS 
FOOD SERVICE AIR CONDITIONING 

24-HOUR BURNER SERVICE - RADIO DISPATCHED TRUCKS 


FINK'S BAKERY 

DELICIOUS LAYER CAKES 

PIES 

FRENCH and FILLED DOUGHNUTS 

PECAN BUNS 

BREAD 
SHOOFLY PIES 


HUBERMAN'S 

JEWELERS SINCE 1905 

846 Cumberland Street 
Lebanon, Penna. 


COMPLIMENTS OF 

THE SHERWIN-WILLIAMS COMPANY 

FREDERICK TICE, Manager 

610 Cumberland Street 
Lebanon, Penna. 


OUR MOTTO: LOWER PRICES — COURTEOUS SERVICE 

KREIDER'S FOOD MARKET 

Annville, Penna. 
318 W. Main Street Phone UN— 7-5071 



FARMER'S PRIDE POULTRY 


5 South Eighth Street 


Lebanon, Penno. 


"FULL LINE OF FRESH WHOLE and CUT-UP POULTRY" 


Phone CR-3-3177 


COMPLIMENTS OF 


COMPLIMENTS OF 


J. HENRY MILLER COMPANY 


LINTZ'S 


PAUL A. STRICKLER 


Lebanon, Penna. 


President — 1914 




E. PETER STRICKLER 
Treasurer — 1947 






ALL FORMS OF INSURANCE 


WRITE FOR FOLDERS 
1959 STUDENT GROUPS TO EUROPE 


Eighth and Willow Streets 
Lebanon, Penna. 


LEBANON COUNTY TRAVEL BUREAU 




757 Willow Street 




Lebonon, Penna. 




Phone CR — 2-6606 


COMPLIMENTS OF 


LEBANON VALLEY OFFSET 



WHITMOYER 
"Products of Scientific Merit" 

WHITMOYER LABORATORIES, INC. 

Manufacturing Chemists Myerstown, Penno. 

In Canada — Whitmoyer Laboratories, Ltd. Port 
(Toronto W,P., Ont.) 



NICK MARIANI 

PLUMBING and HEATING 

Where You Want It 
When You Want It 

For Prompt Repair Service 
Estimates Furnished Call UN 7-7681 

300 W. Water Street 
Annville, Penna. 



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THE HUMMELSTOWN SUN 



Established 1871 — Issued Weekly on Friday 



Commercial Printing 



South Water St. 



Hummelstown, Pa. 



Phone Lo 6-0551 



STEFFY SHOE CO. 



HARVEY STEFFY, Prop. 



Avon, Penna. 



CHURCH CENTER PRESS, INC. 



Publishing House of 
EVANGELICAL CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH 



Myerstown, Penno. 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

HAROLD H. HERR 

GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES 
Sales — Service 

On the Square 
Palmyra, Penna. Phone TE 8-4261 


COMPLIMENTS OF 

LEBANON VALLEY 

COLLEGE 

BOOK STORE 


MAGEE'S CUT RATE 

SURGICAL APPLIANCES 

19 East Main Street 
Palmyra, Penna. 
Phone TE 8-5121 

ZENITH HEARING AIDS 

ELASTIC HOSE - TRUSSES 

PROPRIETARIES 


CO-ED LUNCHEONETTE 

Annville, Penna. 
FRANK and DELLA MARINO, Props. 


PARTIES - BANQUETS 
CLUBS - DEALERS 

GOLLAM'S 

LEBANON 

ICE CREAM 
"The Cream of Matchless Merit" 

Phone 2-0231 


The Newest of Everything Great 
The Greatest of Everything New 

THE 1959 DODGE 

CASSEL BROTHERS 

246-268 W. Main Street 
Palmyra, Penna. Phone TE 8-5281 



KINGSLEY and BROWN, INCORPORATED 

LAUNDERERS — CLEANERS — DYERS — FURRIERS 

801 East Main Street 
Annville, Penna. 

Phone: Annville UN 7-3511 Hershey, Myerstown 
Middletown — Whitman 4-3151 Enterprise 1-0611 


GOLD SEAL ICE CREAM 

VISIT OUR DAIRY BAR, ON ROUTE 422 
CLEONA, AFTER THE GAME OR DANCE 

Specialist In 
Battleships and Pigs' Dinners 


FOR THE FINEST IN MEN'S and BOYS' WEAR 

HOSTEHERS 

27 W. Main St. Palmyra 


COMPLIMENTS OF 

HOLLINGER GLASS COMPANY 

GLASS FOR ALL PURPOSES 
25 South 10th St. Lebanon, Po. 


TV RADIO AIR CONDITIONING 

PALMYRA MOTEL 

U. S. 422 
West of Annville 
Phone TE 8-3161 

SWIMMING POOL 


LEBANON VALLEY NATIONAL BANK 

OLDEST BANK IN LEBANON 

Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. 

OFFICES IN 
LEBANON — CLEONA — SCHAFFERSTOWN — ANNVILLE — PALMYRA 



COMPLIMENTS OF 
YOUR LOCAL INSURANCE MAN 

1. M. LONG 

Annville, Penna. 


SEE YOU AT 

HOT DOG PRANK'S 

The Place Where Students 

Congregate for a Bite to Eat 

In a Cheerful Atmosphere 


COLLEGE HILL POULTRY 

844 Cumberland St. 
Lebanon, Penna. 
Phone CR 2-7231 


THE PLOWER SHOP 

CORSAGES OUR SPECIALTY 

Lebanon, Penna. 
Rear of Courthouse 

Flowers Telegraphed Anywhere, Anytime 

Phone CR 2-1931 Night CR 2-2422 


HOPPER'S JEWELRY 

5 North Ninth St. 
Lebanon, Penna. 


MARTY'S 
MUSIC STORE 

731 Cumberland St, 
Lebanon 


COMPLIMENTS OF 

MILLIE'S RESTAURANT 

and 

MOTEL 

Route 422 Phone TE 8-2701 


JOHN H. BOGER and SONS 

FUEL OIL and COAL 

Railroad Street 
Annville Phone UN 7-4111 



KREAMER BROS. 

FURNITURE — FLOOR COVERINGS — ELECTRIC APPLIANCES 

Annville, Penna. 

FUNERAL DIRECTOR 


A. R. SHEARER 

MOBILGAS — MOBILOIL 

SERVICE STATION 

MOBIL TIRES and TUBES 

CAR WASHING 

Main and White Oak Street 
Phone UN 7-4801 Annville, Penna. 


PAUL H. KETTERING 

SPORTING GOODS 

ESSO — GOODYEAR SERVICE 

HUNTING and FISHING SUPPLIES 

Phone UN 7-6231 

104 West Main Street 

Annville, Penna. 


COMPLIMENTS OF 

WALT'S BARBER SHOP 

109 West Main Street 
Annville Phone UN 7-4211 


SIGNS and DISPLAY MATERIAL 

129 Cumberland Street 
Lebanon, Penna. 


FOOT TRAITS FOOT TRAITS 

W. L. KREIDER'S SON MANUFACTURING CO., INC. 

Palmyra, Penna. 

MAKERS OF FINE JUVENILE FOOTWEAR 

FOOT TRAITS FOOT TRAITS 




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