Mount Penn Lower Alsace Joint High School - Penn Alma Yearbook (Reading, PA)

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1 u A b A i Q L A 5 E A s Qi rl n '1 1 1 s w 4 Q 1 4 s Q f., u z 4 I I E 2 Q 3 4 i E 1 L 9 J K Q I nf.-.MJ .g:..m.wmwzv1.1.xukm,:. :.a45-.w:eu:,ur.wr.nmfnuLw.-,f wxnu'-mamgmvmmwfwmnm,.,x,umn.w.1anw . . ,n mvu-.m.:.ma,1f,xn:nz1:,w:uw.v.f::f,.u'epgr5i,+mmm.mw-ma.x.Q1-..ee--flwrwnf,-'vwg..M:g,bx- f.-gw: va- .1 ,f-:-A vu'-H lf- -A L-Q A v. Kr, - -H' . .f -mf W ,.-y . .M QM Y,-f .Tv-.-1,-up .W-4+ Y--J f-.-w-3w.m,-'sm-W flEx lihris me ENN--ALMA x J N FXS! 1, Q Qi! Published May 31, 1935 ' BY Tl-IE SENIOR CLASS MT. PENN HIGH SCHOOL MT. PENN, PENNSYLVANIA Member of the Pennsylvania School Press Association I Price One Dollar 2 MT. PENN HIGH SCHOOL 3 F OREWORD You who read this book of yesteryear Will view with joy the scenes of by- gone daysg Will dream fond dreams of lass and lad All bound in lasting friendship. 4 MPI-IS l935 CONTENTS BooKoNE Board of Education Faculty ' BOOK TWO Seniors Features BOOK THREE Classes Activities BOOK FOUR Athletics BOOK FIVE Patrons Advertisements DEDICATION The Class of Nineteen Hundred Thirtyi-five, with sincere apprecia- tion, dedicates this Senior Annual to F rank O. Hartman, our Super- vising Principal, who for many years has given freely of his time and effort' to raise educational standards in the public schools of lVlt. Penn and to inspire high ideals in her student life. 6 FRANK O. HARTMAN Supervising Principal '7 I MPH STAFF ROY STAI-IL, W Editor'infChief ' WIN FIELD MILLER, ' Art JEAN ROLLMAN, Personals JANE DE LONG, Personals ADELAIDE WEN TZEL, Literary MAZIE BEI-LVI, Literary ELEANOR TURNER, Art CHARLOTTE BRUNNER, Features PENN Qffaff l ALMA 79 STAFF LOIS HELMICK, Business Manager BURTON SCHWEITZER, Assistant Business Manager MAE FLICKER Features MARJORIE BRIN ER, Literary ROGER BROWN , Athletics BERNARD GAZAN, Advertising Manager CARLYLE FABIAN, Literary ' MARION LONG, Circulation Manager 9 I MPH APPRECIATION The Class of I 935 Wishes to express its sincere appreciation for the loyal cooperation of the pupils and members of the faculty in the publication of this second edition of the Penn--Alma. IO Beau! of fducafion 1 F I r 7 r 5 W , K 'F BOARD OF EDUCATION DR. GEORGE F. DE LONG, President MR. GEORGE W. DAUTH, Vice President MR. EDWIN F. PALM, Secretary MRS. HOWARD U. MILLER, Treasurer MR. E. L. BARTH 11 FACULTY Seated : HELEN GRING BERTHA BIER Shorthand and Typing. B. S., Cedar Crest College. Social Studies, Geography. A. B-., George Washington University. MARION FILBERT JOSEPH J. LARSON i MuSiC- United States History, Commercial Geography. West Chester State Normal School. B, S,, Penn State, LAURA E. KREADY GRACE A. LANTZ Librarian, English. Art. B. S., Millersville State Teachers College. Pratt Institute. FRANK 9- HARTMAN THOMAS J TooLE Superwsmg Principal' Business Mathematics, Salesmanship, A. B., Franklin and Marshall. A. M., University of Pennsylvania. ROSA H. SNAVELY Commercial Law, Bookkeeping. B. S., Temple University. Social Studies' M. ELIZABETH TROSTEL A. B. H 1 . English. i ood C01 ege A. B., Gettysburg College. CLAIRE MACNAMEE Mathematics, H. SEIFARTH A. B., Ursinus College. ELSIE KILPATRICK Secretary and Attendance Oilicer. Standing : I. NORMAN TAYLOR Business English, Office Practice, Vocational Civics, Junior Business Training, Rapid Calf culation. B. 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Her ambition in life is to be an advertise- ment Writer. She has al- ready shown some favorable signs in her project on "Advertising," JANE BLYLEB Blonde, curly-haired Jane is friendly to all. She attained an enviable scholastic stand- ing, and ranked high in the contests for the most beautiful and popular girl of the school. JANE BAYLOR Jane is continually plodding along in school. She is everyone's chum and has a sunny disposition. She hopes to become a nurse. HARDING- BREITHAUPT "Breity" is the high iiying member of the class, for he has been interested in air- planes since his wee years. Music is another of his lovesg he is a Benny Good- man fan. I6 MAZIE BEHM Mazie is very conscientious in her Work. Her handwrit- ing is envied by all. She finds time for fun and is popular among her class- mates. JOHN BRESSLER Red wavy hair, red cheeks, and a sunny disposition sum up our friend John. He has so much vim, vigor and vivacity that they seem to be contagious. M'.ARJORIE BBJNER "Marjie" was cheated in height, but she surely re- ceived e n o u g h mental ability. She is one of our h o n o r students. Besides being active in ' s c h o o l affairs, she spends a great deal of her time with "Little Billy." MARY BURKHART Mary is a very amiable per- son, possessing a general sense of humor and a plea- sant personality. She con- templates nursing as her profession. ROGER BROWN This young man never spends his leisure hours studyingg perhaps this ac- counts for his star-pitching on the baseball team. Roger was president of his home room this year and is plan- ning a career in medicine. VIRGINIA CALM "J i n n yl' is continually laughing and joking. Her aim is to be a beautician. Maybe slie'll wave a male music-ian's hair some day. 17 CHARLOTTE BRUNNER Versatility is the keynote to Charlotte Brunner's charac- ter. Dramatics, sports, de- bating, and French are among her many interests. Besides these school-center- ed activities she also enjoys motoring as a pleasant div- ersion. JANE DE LONG Jane is very fond of sports, especially golf. She parti- cipated in debating, basket- ball, and Monitor work. Jane plans to visit Europe during the summer, and so we say, "Bon Voyage." in O MPH aniofz I MPH HENRIETTA DE TURK Henrietta is the star center on our basketball team. Her swiftnesfs and skill have helped us with many games. Henrietta is also fond of dancing and is a favorite at parties. GEORGE EBRIGHT George, our speedy typist, is always busy. Home Work is one of the few things that mars his happiness. ' I.ES'.'I."ER DE TURK Lowell Thomas has a rival in this young man. His stories, which he never hesi- tates to tell, are most extra- ordinary. One never knows whether he is trying to laugh like Ed Wyniie or Gracie Allen. N'est-ce pas? CARIIYIIE FABIAN Serious, conscientious, stu- dious-these are the adjec- tives that describe Carlyle best. T-hose who know him well also know that his serious blue eyes are trans- formed every now and then by a spark of wholesome humor. 18 ROBERT DE TURK This tall, dark and hand- some youth's long shots are a feature at any basketball game. He's right on top when it comes to soccer and basketball. He is quite ac- tive in school, and is the secret hero of all the girls, and is subject to a sort of monomania for one, however otherwise sane. MAE PLICKER Mae is known by many as "Flick." She is one of our honor students. When not in school, she can be' found at the nearest dance either at the Com- munity Hall or at some place nearby. We hope she will dance to success. RUTH ZPUNKE Ruth is one of the best sports in the class. She is most proficient in preparing m e als f 0 r unexpected guests. She intends to en- ter college in the fall. GEORGE GEIGER Who is the best dressed boy in the Senior Class? Why George, of course. It's his hobby. George wants to be a. commercial artist, but right now he likes jazzy music and dancing. He is responsible for the sudden outbursts of laughter in classes. You can't thrill him with homework. JOSEPH GABLE "Joe" is one of the few seniors who had courage enough to take fourth year latin. He took the part of Willie in "Seventeen" In the evening, Joe can be found delivering the Bulle- tin. P DOUGLASS GOUIID "Duke" is best known as our chief debater in law class. Some day we may hope to find him defending a second Bruno Richard Hauptmann, or perhaps following in the footsteps of his dad by sell- ing the only perfect refri- gerators. 19 BERNARD G-AZAN It has been said that Ber- nard could sell refrigerators to the Eskimos. Many dull classes have been made more lively by his amusing re- marks. Our thanks to "Bud." ELIZABETH G-RIGG Dark-haired Peggy is truly fun-loving. Her infectious giggle can be heard at all times. She obtains high grades in scholarship. Dur- ing her leisure time she may be seen with tall, curly- haired Bob. iii O MPH El2iO'Z O MPH HERBERT GROSS "Herbie's" personality can- not be measured by his size. He is one of our best public speakers, but he can't talk himself out of some situa- tions. LOIS IIELMIGK Lois is one of the smallest and one of the most indus- trious pupils in our class. She has participated in de- bating, plays, and various class functions. Lois has a desire to be a chemist or a librarian. G-ARNET GROSSET Grosset is a somewhat happy-go lucky person. No matter how stormy the weather he always comes out smiling. He seems to enjoy walking in the halls more than sitting in a class room. We know he's going to be a great traveler some day! MALGOLM IILBERT What would we do Without "Mickey?" In a room of noisy, riotous seniors, he is the only quiet chap. May his seriousness and pleasant humor carry him far. 20 IRVIN' HARTLINE "Tony" is the most popular boy in the school. He is a good athlete and received a trophy for beingshigh-scorer of the league. Some day We may see him as coach for the All-American. Who knows? IDA. HILL Ida, our tall, blonde, curly- headed commercial student is usually found pondering over her lessons. During her conversations at school she seems to talk about her friend, "Dot," and the dances they attend. EDITH KILPATRICK See that dust? It's "Edie," our track star, speeding by. Edie made a name for her- self by managing the girls' basketball team for the past two seasons. She rivals the iish when it comes to swim- ming. HENN ETH LE VAN' Quiet "Kenny" is very am- bitious. He studies hard while in school. He is full of fun and continually plays tricks on his classmates. RUTH HILPATRICK A happy care-free girl, Ruth can always be seen laugh- ing at the troubles of others. Her hobby seems to be play- ing the role of a coquette. During class periods she spends her time day-dream- ing about things far, far away. JEAN 1'.1Ncoi:.N Tall. vivacious Jean is well-liked. She ranked high as the most beautiful girl in the school. A variety in coiffures and clothes is her goal. More power to her. 21 DEBORAH LEINBACH Our own "Kate Smith!" Music and dramatics seem to interest her very much. We feel sure that Deborah will some day be seen be hind the footlights, singing her Way to fame. IDA I-OEB Ida is a very brilliant Stu- dent. She holds the speed record of our typing class and is a very good shorthand transcriber. Outside of school she enjoys herself by going roller skating and by playing the piano. Clzii C MPH slzioz O MPH MARION LONG 'Marion has been devoting her time for the past two months as the Circulation Manager of the yearbook. Her leisure time outside of school seems to be entirely devoted to riding with Harold in a blue Willys- Knight. MARY LOUISE MAXWELL Maxwell likes to spend her time reading n o v els and hates to be interrupted by a teacher or a bell. JOHN LOBAII This tall young senior is usually serious and quiet, but he is also capable of some good dry humor. John says he Wants to be a machinist. ELIZABETH MAYER "Lizzie" is greatly interest- ed in sports. "Deadeye" is also one of the star for- wards on our basketball team. She is the "Eleanor Ho1mes" of Mt. Penn. 22 i r ANNIE MARTIN Annie is a serious young lass who is interested in debates and in the Chorus. She is one of our best stu- dents. LLOYD NEST Tall, dark Lloyd is a real chum. Less home-work is his mottto. He plays his "big bass Viol" in a popular orchestra many nights. WINFIELD MILLER This young man is one of our outstanding athletes. His great popularity is also achieved by his artistic ability, which one can find in the clever headlines of the Monitor. . ROBERT QUINTER Robert is tall, studious, modest, and Well-liked by many. We wish him all the success it takes to become an office boy. WOODROW MILLER "VVoody" is an unassuming fellow with a disarming smile. His green car has a parking monopoly on Filbert Street. I-Ie has made a place for himself on the soccer team. ELEANOR RAEAY Demure and petite are used to sum up "Ellie" She is popular among her class- mates and at present is the cause of someone's "spring fever." 23 AMMON NEIN Dark-haired Ammon is con- tinually saying something humorous in salesmanship class. He is a fine athlete and a good sport. EARL RHOADS Earl is a jolly fellow, better known as "Dusty." His baseball enthusiasm seems to have created this name. He does his Work with sin- cerest efforts. May you Win reward for your efforts. fm I MPH 512501 I MPH JOSEPH RICHTER Joe is our great actor. VVe have seen him behind the footlights in many of our plays. He takes an active interest in athletics and debating. WEERNER ROSACKER A very active young man is Werner. Wherever there is a commotion, you're sure to Hnd him. "In spring a young man's fancy turns to love." A HAZEL ROHRBACH Quiet, but efficient is our friend, Hazel. One never sees her angry, for her sunny disposition is always on the top. When she leaves school, she intends to be a big business girl. LUCY SANDS Lucy is one of the ingenious girls of our class. Her favo- rite studies are Mathematics and Home Economics. Lucy also played on the girls' basketball team. 24 JEAN ROLIIIIAN Jean is very quiet, studious, and sincere. Her work in basketball, school, and class activities is very commen- dable. JOHN SCI-IIIEGEL "Johnny" and his accordian are well known to us all. His optimistic nature and rare Wit are his biggest assets. I-Iere's one boy who won't grow old from worry. He spends his time working in American store-s. Some day he may own one. ROBERT SOHWARTZ Little but m i g h t y best describes this valuable addi- tion to the class. Good things come in small pack- ages. JAMES SHARP!! The quiet, gentlemanly man- ner "Jimmie" possesses has given prestige to the class. People often wonder where he gets the "eternal pack." BURTON SCHWEITZER Hear his laugh? 'Tis one in a thousand. "Burt" loves opera music and enjoys act- ing in plays. J' OHN SMITH Jack is one of our most promising young artists. He thinks drawing is a good distraction from boring classes. His specialties are cartoons and caricatures of teachers. He says he is a saxaphone player of note, the note is B flat. Z5 ISABEL SHANER Blond, blue-eyed Betty is everyone's chum. Her win- some smile can be seen everywhere. She loathes home-work. ROY STAHL This gallant young senior's name is very often seen on the executive staff of our school. His ability. however, does not stop there, for he is a track and gymnastic star. iii O MPH 512501 l MPH l DENTON STEPFY In Denton We have our genius in science and math. He is an expert photo- grapher and shows good ability in basketball, soccer and track. HAROLD WIILFLY Although he isn't parti- cularly interested in the fine arts, Harold has a mechanical mind and enjoys puttering with machinery. His strong preference is for blondes. EMMA THORNTON Meet Emma, the girl who aims high-she-'s going to be an aviatrix. Jazz and idle evenings are her weak- nesses. She likes detective stories. She rivals Sherlock Holmes when it comes to solving one. ADELAIDE WENTZEL Quietness and sincerity are the traits of Adelaide's character. Her scholastic standing is one of the re- wards of'her untiring efforts. She aims to be a teacher. 26 ELEANOR TURNER This Senior takes an active part in several activities. "Ellie's" work in debating is very outstanding. It seems that she is extremely vul- nerable to Cupid's arrows. She will enter college in the fall. ELVIR-A. WOER-LE In Elvira we find the master artist of Mt. Penn. She not only won the Hobby contest in school but also entered many contests held through out the county. "El" is in- terested in dramatics and has taken part in several school plays. HISTORY OF THE CLASS OF 1935 I In the fall of 1931, a group of ninth grade pupils entered Mt. Penn High School. They were divided into two home rooms under the supervision of Mr. Larson and Miss Welsh. The major event of importance during this year was a Hallowe'en party for the members of the Class. After a short vacation the group refentered as tenth grade pupils. The following officers were elected: president, William Lewarsg vice president, Jane DeLong, secretary and treasurer, Joseph Gable. A "doggie roast" was planned and turned out to be a great success. Several members of the Class were on the basketball and baseball teams, and quite a few distinguished themselves in scholastic events. When another year had passed, the Class was promoted to eleventh grade and again settled down to work. These officers were chosen: president, Lester DeTurkg vice. president, Harding Breithauptg secretary, Jane Blyler, treasurer, Charlotte Brunner. With these new officers the Class succeeded in choosing their colors and planning several social events. A card party was given and proved to be enjoyable and financially profitable. This year again saw the members active in sports, and the honor roll boasted a large number on the eleventh grade list. As June came on, the boys and girls realized that they had completed three years of high school. The following year, as members of the graduating Class, they elected John Schlegel, president, Jean Rollman, vice president, Jane Blyler, secretary, and Roy Stahl, treasurer. A dance was held in the early part of the year. It was agreed to have a yearbook. When the time of commencement arrived, there were sixtyfsix seniors who received diplomas. This is the largest class in the history of the high school. 27 , V CLASS PROPHECY Mr. Toole-Playing baseball with the House of David. Mr. Wentzel-Telling how to live to be a hundred years old. ' Betty Anderson--Modeling dresses designed by Jeanne. Jane Baylor-Trying to balance the budget with wages of an overall manufacturer. Mazie Behm-Turning down with cold eyes the tempting glances of one Gableg first name, not being Clarke. Jane Blyler-Keeping homefiires burning. john Bressler-First boat for Russia. Harding Breithaupt-Operating the airplane ride at Carsonia. Marjorie Briner--Meritorious woman lawyer. Roger Brown-Renowned doctor. Charlotte Brunner-Just being advanced to the position of manager of the bunion pad and paper clip department at McCrory's. Mary Burkhart--Strumming a mean guitar with Ida and her Hawaiians. Virginia Calm-Illustrious night club hostess. jane DeLong-Ducking bullets in Europe. Henrietta DeTurk-Appearing for one week only at the Astor Theatre, Reading. John Lorah, Lester DeTurk-Two local dairy' men arguing over who should win the fair hand of one june Earle. One of the boys expects to win by a nose. Robert DeTurk-Bringing home coal for homefiires. George Ebright-Perfecting television. Carlyle Fabian-Law partner in the firm of Gazan and Fabian. Mae Flicker-Directing homeftown talent. Ruth Funke-Going with the president of Princeton. 28 Joseph Gable--He has just accepted a movie contract-will do the squeaking for Mickey Mouse. Bernard Gazan- Prominent lawyer who has taken the position of Schlepperman of lack Benny's program. Douglass Gould--Repairing the refrigerator sold by his father. Elizabeth Grigg-Spending hot summer days at Carsonia pool. Herbert Gross--Trying to explain to a "cop" that he is old enough to drive a car. Garnet Grosset--Book reviewer for papa's book htm-deeply engrosssed in "The Six Little Bunkers at the Seashore." Irvin Hartline-Entering high finance, partner to Andrew Mellon. Louis Helmick--Trying to collect debts in' curred in high school. Malcolm Hilbert-Understudy for Stependf fechit. Ida Hill-Tucking invalids into bed at the Reading Hospital. Edith Kilpatrick--Trying to get up in the world. Ruth Kilpatrick-Sales manager in a down' town bargain basement. Kenneth LeVan--Circulation manager for the Reading Eagle. Deborah Leinbach-Singing over Kaufmann's kiddie hour. jean Lincoln-Designing dresses for Roberta. Ida Loeb-Eilicient stenographer "job hunt' I li ing. Marion Long-Stenographer to "hubby," a real estate manager. Anne Martin-Debating at Kutztown: Ref solved: That paper clips should be goldfplated. I C L A S S W I L L---CCon't.J To "Bill" Hostetter we leave Jack Smith's "golden" saxaphone. To Walter Gormley we leave john Bressler's "charming" and well-groomed hair. To "Connie" Wanner we leave Stahl's "dim" jokes with the hope that he will amuse his fellow classmen. To "Fat" McDevitt We bequeath "johnny" Schlegel's accordian. To Molly Shaner we bequeath Denton Steffy's math ability-Thank us Miss MacNamee! To next yearls Chemistry Class we leave a laboratory full of broken equipment. To Harry Aigeldinger we bequeath the school piano and hope he'll take good care of it. To Bill Moon we bequeath Garnet Grosset's shoes because he's the only one whom they will fit. To next year's Baseball team we leave Roger Brown's "southpaw." To "Bob" Grepps we bequeath "Herbie" Gross' stature. . To next year's Latin Class we leave another faithful couple like Mazie Behm and Joe Gable. To Betty Schlegel we leave Jeanne Lincoln's formula for keeping thin. To Alice DeLong we bequeath the hope that Lehigh be made a cofed. To Samuel Kaufman we leave Stahl's car so he can drive Arlene home. We leave the loving affections of Blyler and DeTurk to whoever wishes to take it up. To Lorraine O'Connell we leave a post' graduate course for Joe Richter. To James Bush we bequeath the memory of "Lizzie" Mayer dodging him in the halls. To "Peanuts" Miller we leave "Woody" Miller's Duisenberg-plus a tank full of gas. To Ward Hayes we leave Earl Rhoads' hike to school. To Bob Waugeman we bequeath Adelaide Wentzel's studiousness. To "Bobby" DeLong 'we leave "Duke" Gould's manliness. To Harold Harrington we bequeath "Irvie" Hartline's basketball ability-so he can get another letter. To Franklin Marquet we bequeath Harold Welfly's personality. To Robert Alberts we leave Werner Rosacker's fancy dance steps. To "Byrdie"' Kalish we bequeath Burton Schweitzer's many operations to be related to her many friends. To the Sophomores we bequeath the Seniors' dignity. ELVIRA WOERLE. ELEANOR RAMSAY. 31 H615 I A group of good students. 'There's a back and front to everything. Overloading Miller's auto. Some charming seniors in a bit of a blur. Leaving the portals of M. P. H. S. Camera f shy. Two of them. Fair ones. il. 9 MPH 45503 Three entirely surrounded. Fire Drill. Corner arguments. Superintendent of Building A motley crowd A Senior Pyramid. "Hitler" MP1-1 35 WHO'S W H O I Best Boy Athlete-Winfield Miller. Best Girl Athlete-Henrietta DeTurk. Most Popular Boy-Irvin Hartline. Most Popular Girl-Jane Blyler. Most Studious Boy--Carlyle Fabian. Most Studious Girl-Adelaide Wentzel. Greatest Joker-joseph Richter. Movie Star fGirlJ-Jean Lincoln. Movie Star fBoyl-Joseph Gable. Favorite Study-Problems of Democracy. Shortest--Marjorie Briner. Tallest-Garnet Grosset. Teacher's Pest-Werner Rosacker. Teacher's Pet--Burton Schweitzer. Biggest Influence-John Schlegel. School Spirit--Jean Rollman. Most Lively-Ruth Funke. Woman Hater-Malcolm Hilbert. Man Hater-Adelaide Wentzel. Wonder Boy-Douglas Gould. Best Dancer fGirlj-Charlotte Brunner. Best Dancer QBoyj-Winfield Miller. Most Talkative-Eleanor Ramsay. Most Talked About-Eleanor Turner. Best Sport-Edith Kilpatrick. Sweetest Disposition-Mazie Behm. Jazz Hounds-Breithaupt and Smith. Best Dressed Boy-George Geiger. Greatest Soccer Player-"Bob" DeTurk. Greatest Basketball Player-Irvin Hartline. Biggest Bluffers--Class of '37, Joe Richter, f Director. Most Popular Streets-Center Street and Prospect Boulevard. Most Modest-Annie Martin. 34 In Case You Didn't Know- 12A--Group deeply engaged in idleness. 12B-Best described as et ceteras. Mr. Toole-As decisive as a hitch-hiker who will go either way. Mr. Weritzel--He dropped his voice to half a gale. Betty Anderson-Astericks of laughter round her eyes. . jane Baylor-As gracious as a corsage. Mazie Behm-As impartial as a traiiic light. jane Blyler-A liberal mouth with happy corners. John Bressler-A splash of red! Harding Breithaupt--As "tall" as some of his stories. Marjorie Briner-A little teapot that never boils over. Roger Brown-A solemn procession of one. Charlotte Brunner-On the verge of giggling, her favorite perch. Mary Burkhart--A sudden gush of laughter. Virginia Calm-She wears high heels nowg someone once kissed her on the forehead. Jane DeLong-Thoroughly Emily Posted. Henrietta DeTurk-A high-stepper. Lester DeTurk-A dictionary on its best behavior. Robert DeTurk-Feeling like a spring onion -strong enough for anything. George Ebright-Hair like a stormy sea. Carlyle Fabian-So bashful that his voice blushed when he used it. Mae Flicker-She Mae Flicker here and there, but it's mostly near Black Bear. Ruth Funke--A social commotion! Joseph Gable-His label is Gable, but, hark -'tis not Clarke. Bernard Gazan--Drives as if he's late for his own accident-QWho wouldn't be at 10 miles an hour?J George Geiger-A landslide of color. Douglas Gould-As retiring as Max Baer. Peggy Grigg--She adores spinning wheels, four of them and a spare. Herbert Gross-He swivels those eyes around. Garnet Grosset-Not in the Harvard manner as if he owned the place, but in the Albright manner as if he didn't care who did. Irvin Hartline-Some day he'l1 play ball as well as Mr. Toole. Lois Helmick- Matron of a free lunch counter. 4 Malcolm Hilberu--A patch on the seat of government. 35' In Case You Didn't Know--- fCon't Ida Hill-As noisy as the unwinding of a ball of yarn. Edith Kilpatrick-eGood things come in small packages. Ruth Kilpatrick-As informal as a sneeze. Kenneth LeVan-The fairfhaired boy. Deborah Leinbach-The High School Chorus. Jeanne Lincoln--Newfmoon eyebrows tangled in dusky hair. Ida Loeb-An acrobat of the typewriter. Marian Long-A smile as curly as her hair. John Lorah-'Hair laid out like a public park. Annie Martin-More polite than a pair of sugar tongs. Mary Louise Maxwell- Life begins at 8:40 A. M. Elizabeth Mayer-"It floats"-also swims and dives. Lloyd Mest-He moves with a faint drawl. Winfield Miller-Vocal boy makes good. Woodrow Miller-Yokel boy makes good. Ammon Nein-Shoulders of an ox. Nebbie Quintet-As loud as 4 A. M. Eleanor Ramsay-Nervous as a rabbit's nose. Earl Rhoads- He says matrimony isn't a wordg it's a sentence. Joseph Richter-A sclffmakc man, who wor- ships his creator. Hazel Rohrbach-Hazel's no nut. Jean Rollman-She made the best of her time, and time returned the compliment. Werner Rosacker-A noise with clothes on. Lucy Sands-One of the Sands of time. John Schlegel-Has stopped growing except in the middle. Eurt Schweitzer'-All Work and no play makes Jac . Betty Shaner-An ideal blondie. James Sharpe-Nobody can top Jimmy in wearing a hat at a rakish angle. Denton Steffy-A professional athlete of the laugh. - Roy Stahl-Little Roy Stahl, come blow your horn, and help me haunt houses till early in morn. - Bobby Schwartz-As American as the sawed' off shot-gun. Emma Thornton-Piece of tinder hunting for a flame. Eleanor Turner-We call it madness, but she calls it pianofplaying. Harold Welfly-Always on the horns of a dilemma. Adelaide Wexttzel-A voice on tiptoe. Elvira Woerle-Dark as a Spaniard, sunny as Spain. Jack Smith-The person who wrote this stuff. 36 WHAT WOULD HAPPEN, IF I B. Anderson--would stop smiling! j. Baylor--went out for a good time ? M. Behm-would lose her, personality! j. Blyler-'would be an old maid? M. Briner-would grow up? C. Brunner-would eat spinach? M. Burkhart-would "fail" for a handsome doctor? V. Calm-would stop talking? J. DeLong--would meet some handsome German boy? H. DeTurk-would get corns on her feet? M. Flicker-would get in the follies? R. Funke-would behave? ii E. Grigg-wouldn't be late for school? L. Helmick-would reduce? I. Hill-had a date? E. Kilpatrick--would stop playing with dolls? R. Kilpatrick-could join the Navy? D. Leinbach-would lose her voice? J. Lincoln-would quit her baby talk? I. Loeb-were not an expert typist? M. Long--would get some of Deborah's excess weight? h A. Martin--would get in trouble? M. Maxwell-would be studious? E. Mayer-broke a record? Not a phonograph record. E. Ramsay-couldn't giggle? H. Rohrbach-broke her engagement? I. Rollman-'would not study? L. Sands-would know what was happening in Chemistry Class? B. Shaner-were not Faust in war, and Faust in peace? E. Thornton-would be May Queen ? E. Turner-could land a football hero ? A. Wentzel-wouldn't know her lessons ? E. Woerlei-didn't support her cakes with paper? 37 WHAT WOULD HAPPEN, IF I H. -Breithaupt-would become studious? I. Bressler's-hair would turn gray? R. Brown-would fall out of Steffy's back seat? L. DefTurk-would sell a bottle of Folk's milk? R. DeTurk-couldn't sharpen his pencil? G. Ebright-could drive a machine? C. Fabian-would ask Maxwell for a date? I. Gable-couldn't "fiddle" around? B. Gazan-weren't so "nosey ?" G. Geiger-came to school in overalls? D. Gould-made a "hit" with any teacher? H. Gross-would learn to play a ukulele? G. Grosset-would stop 'wondering ? I. Hartline-fell in love ? M. Hilbert-'would give the girls a break? K. Levan-would stop pestering the girls? J. Lorah-would get a good night's rest? L. Mest-would land a job with Guy Lomf bardo ? N. Miller-preferred a blonde? W. Miller--would "fall" for Ruth Kilpatrick? A. Nein- wouldn't stutter when arguing ? R. Quinter-wouldn't blush when a feminine teacher talks to him? E. Rhodes-would have to walk to school? I. Richter-could sing and whistle ? W. Rosacker-would study his German ? I. Schlegel--wouldn't play "When Irish Eyes Are Smiling ? R. Schwartz-would stop chewing gum? B. Schweitzer-would become a man? I. Sharpe-would wake up? 1. Smith-would accomplish something? R. Stahl's dim jokes would brighten up a bit? D. Steffy-would have to buy his own gas? H. Welfly-would lose his manly charm ? 38 QCon'tJ Cfdiiii The Junior Class The Class of '36 was guided through its junior year by Miss Claire J. MacNamee and Mr. Lloyd Sharetts. Their assistants during the year have been Jane Peifer, Robert Alberts, Helen Brown and Walter Gormley, the oiiicers of the Class. The group was well represented in athletics, in the General Organization, and on the Monitor Staff. During the year the only social event they had was a "prom" held at the Reading Country Club. This was a great success. The Class is proud of its four members that have been admitted to the National Honor Society, namely, Bill Moon, Walter Gormley, Helen Brown, and Jane Peifer. Expect bigger and better things from the Class in 1936 ! 39 Sophomore Class Tenth Grade, under the supervision of Mr. Stutzman, started the term with great enthusiasm. As. is the aim of almost every successful class, the first was that of making money for that great event known as graduation. This idea was started by a cake sale held at Stumps' Meat Market, March 15, 1935. Though it required quite a bit of work on the part of certain individuals, it proved to be a great success in the eyes of the Class. Proceeds were put safely in the school bank for future use. After the difficult task of holding a successful cake sale, the Class members sought some entertainment. One foggy evening, in April, a trip was taken to the Kutztown State Teachers College to see Shakespeare's "Much Ado About Nothing." Though cars were few and passengers many, everyone was taken and brought back safely-thanks to the drivers. Another event common to almost every class was the "doggie" roast at Mineral Spring Park. With a fire, jokes, roasted "dogs," and a congenial crowd, this was an enjoyable affair. The Class showed great interest in athletics. Some succeeded in getting on the basketball team, and others on the track, baseball, and soccer squads. Almost everyone did his part by attending all of' these games. The second semester was made complete with a, swimming party, an annual affair, which is anticipated with great interest. Along with the party went the usual ugivefandftake' of being thrown in the water and so forth. But everyone ca-me back feeling ine. We welcomed several new pupils into our Class and bid farewell to those who moved from our community. Watch our Class make progress! 40 Ninth Grade 9A Homeroom Oificers :-- President ........... ........ R obert Tyson Vice President ..... ........ C lem. Boland Secretary ........... ....., N ancy Kurtz 9B Homeroom Officers :- President ............... ...... S ydney Fischer Vice President ...... ......... G race Bieber Secretary ........... ...... K ermit Flicker G. O. ................ ........ I ane Alberts 9C Homer-oom Officers :- President ............... ....... M argaret McDonough Vice President ...... ................ D orothy Calm Secretary ........... ....,....... L eona Kercher G. O. .............. ........... J oe Miller 41 Seventh and Eighth Grades 7A Homeroom. Officers :- President ................ ........., D arlyn Miller Vice President .,..... .......... R ose Tomlinson Secretary ......... Genevieve Ziegler Treasurer ........ Virginia Boydjieff G. O. ............ . 7B Homer-oom Officers :- President ......... Vice President Secretary ......... Treasurer ......... G. O. ...................... . Eighth Grade Class Officers Vivian Yergey John Miller Edgar Huggins Willard Grub Donald Martin Iohn Cramp President ............ ...... W illiam Sheetz Vice President Secretary ........ . Treasurer ..... G. O. ...... . Jane Kase Frederick Christain Jane Moyer Jean Hendrickson General Organization The General Organization represents the students. It endeavors to solve pupil's problems that fall outside the general curriculum. The members of the G. O. successfully collected and distributed baskets of food at Thanksgiving, at Easter they staged an egg hunt for the grade school children. The officers for the First Semester Were: Roy Stahl, President James Mantis, Vice President Jean Rollman, Secretary Lester DeTurk, Paymaster For the Second Semester: Winfield Miller, President jane Peifer, Vice President Charlotte Brunner, Secretary Joseph Richter, Paymaster 43 The Monitor "Monitor wins again" has been the heading appearing in the press for three consecutive years. Each year the fame of our paper moves forward and upward. The honors that our publication have won in state contests have been made possible by the members of our present graduating class. Every issue of our paper that was submitted to the Board of judges had published therein many articles of boys and girls who will leave us on May 31. Their loss will be keenly felt in literature, art, and other activities about the school. As they leave our school and step forth into a world of unlimited possibilities, they carry with them our best wishes. May their lives be ever happy and their future successful. 44 National Honor Society This society was first introduced into the Mt. Penn Hfigh School, March 30, 1931. It has been carried on successfully ever since. The purpose of this organization is to develop character, service, leadership, and scholarship. The new members are Marjorie Briner, Lois Helmick, Elizabeth Grigg, Mae Flicker, Jean Rollman, Jeanne Lincoln, Carlyle Fabian, Helen Brown, Jane Peifer, Walter Gormley, and William Moon. Members chosen last year are Charlotte Brunner, Jane DeLong, and Adelaide Wentzel. p 45 Commencement Speakers "Youth Finding Itself after 300 Years of Secondary Education," was the theme discussed by the Commencement orators. Their names and subjects follow: "The Youth of Ancient Times," Charlotte Brunf nerg "The Youth of Yesterday," Adelaide Wentzelg "The Youth of Today," Jean Rollmang "The Youth of Tomorrow," Marjorie Briner. Reading from left to right the pupils are-Marjorie Briner, Adef laide Wentzel, Jean Rollman, and Charlotte Brunner. 46 Debating Team Cn February 22, the debating teams of Mt. Penn, Spring Town' ship, and Boyertown met to argue the question, "Resolved: That the federal government should adopt the policy of equalizing educational opportunity throughout the nation by means of annual grants to the several states for public elementary and secondary education." The judges voted for Spring Township and Boyertown, but the Mt. Penn debaters believe "it is not whether you win or lose, but how you play the game," that counts. The members of the team, Herbert Gross, Mazie Behm, Marjorie Briner, Lois Helmich, Byrdie Kalish, Eleanor Turner, Annie Martin, and Adelaide Wentzel, feel that the experience gained in the debate is invaluable and will not soon be forgotten. 47 Commercial Club President Jane Baylor Vice President Ida Loeb Secretary Betty Anderson Treasurer Betty Shaner Monitor Reporter Floyd Yeager Most high school graduates seeking employment are without defif nite ideas regarding the various. industrial processes used in the manufacturing industries of Reading and vicinity. But not so with the members of the Commercial Club, for they have visited a represent' ative group of the industries operating in Berks County and have gained firstfhand information regarding the eliiciency demanded by their prospective employers. 48 Girl Reserves The Girl Reserves is one of the new popular clubs organized this year and sponsored by Miss Gring. Henrietta DeTurk, prominent athlete, was elected President and Elizabeth Mayer, Vice President. The honors of Secretary, Treasurer and Chairman of Program, went to Arline Anderson, Henrietta Kisf singer and Lorraine G'Connell. During their club meetings, the members heard many interesting speakers including Miss Holmes, director of the Girl Reserves of Berks County, Dr. Kaurisg and Mr. Moravec, dramatics teacher. The girls are very busy planning new programs and social func- tions. As a closing event, a supperfdance was held at the Reading Country Club. i 49, Art Club Under the guidance of Mrs. Lantz, the members of the Art Club have accomplished many things. Charcoal was used extensively this year for sketching. ,Surprising as it may seem, some very good like' nesses were produced. A few of the members modeled figures from clay. Others used pastels and paints for their work. Many posters were made to help the various activities in the school. The Club presented a unique Assembly program by portraying Millet's picture, The Gleaners. The background was drawn and chalked in by the girls, while. the boys helped to make the frame. Lighting effects were used and costumes were procured of the same colors as in the original. It was a great success. 70 Mixed Chorus The Mixed Chorus is composed of pupils of the Senior High School. All the members are interested in part singing. They have met each week to prepare for Open House and the Commencement prof gram. The Senior members of the chorus are Deborah Leinbach, Annie Martin, Mary Burkhart, Mazie Behm, Mae Flicker, Ida Hill, Adelaide Vwfentzel, Marion Long, Elizabeth Grigg, Marjorie Briner, and the pianist, Elizabeth Mayer. 51 Vocational Civics Club This club was organized for the purpose of giving its members an opportunity to obtain first hand information about the various profesf sions and trades. This was done by scheduling speakers to come before the club to discuss their particular fields of interest. The club feels that the periods have been well spent by these discussions. Joseph J. Larson. 52 Shop Group The Shop Group has been making some very useful pieces of furniture during the year, including cedar chests, secretaries, card tables, and book ends. Picture frames, door stops, vases, and knickf knack boxes are examples of ornamental work. The card table is most interesting. It has a chessboard center, and four triangular drop leaves, which, when raised, form a card table. On each leaf is inlaid one of the four aces. The boys generally find great satisfaction in these products of their own industry. '53 Orchestra The orchestra met each week to provide an opportunity for the instrumentalfminded to practice playing in ensemble groups The experience received is invaluable to the pupils of this organization The members of the Orchestra are : Violins : William Hostetter Walter Dunn Ralph Yorgey Ernest Weller Viola Boydjieif Trombones : John Wilhaues Drum : Paul Leinbach Clarinets : Harold Rohrbach Robert Reeser Fred. Howard Trumpets : William Shiffer Piano : Eleanor Turner Eleanor Ramsay 1 I . cjqfgkfiaa School Band and Cheer Leaders The Band and Cheer Leaders have been present at all athletic events, and have done much towards helping the team to win. Through the proceeds of a card party given by the P. T. A., the band is soon to get new uniforms. Additions to the group are being made frequently and many young boys are busy practicing so that they can be members next year. 55 Boys' Basketball The boys started with a vim, but several unforeseen circumstances landed them in third place. They played in the Central Division of the Berks County League and gave the fans several good exhibitions of this sport. Captain Irvin Hartline won the high scoring honors of the Central Division with 166 points in sixteen games. Winfield Miller, Denton Steffy, Robert DeTurk, and Irvin Hart' line are the Seniors on the squad. The team played sixteen games this season, winning nine and losing seven. The players made 467 points to their opponents 421. The grand finale was played against Robesonia and the boys ended the season with a 42 to 28 victory. Success to next year's team! Mt. Penn Opponents First Game Second Game First Game Second Game 3 5 3 5' Oley 17 25 25 29 Birdsboro 23 25 33 30 Boyertown 31 32 24 30 Amity 25 17 29 19 Shillington 35' 35 30 20 Mohnton 37 23 27 26 West Reading 35 21 30 .... Ontelaunee 2 .... 42 .... Robesonia 28 .... 56 Girls' Basketball This year the girls completed a very successful season. The only defeat encountered was the last game with Robesonia. The high scorer of the season was Norma Sands, who made 134 points in the twelve major games. But Charlotte Brunner was a close second with 129 points. The senior members of the team are the captain, Henrietta DeTurk, Jean Rollman, Charlotte Brunner, Hazel Rohrbach, Elizabeth Mayer, Lucy Sands, and the manager, Edith Kilpatrick. Mt. Penn Opponent Opponent Home Away Home Away 41 34 Oley 23 za 30 27 Boyertown 22 25 36 24 Amity 16 28 33 31 Shillington 20 13 23 22 West Reading 18 18 20 .... Mohnton ---- 10 28 .... Robesonia .,.. 40 57 Soccer At the close of the second season of soccer at Mt Penn we find that the team Won 2 games, tied 1, and lost 7. We took th1rd place 1n the Western Division. Although "Bob" DeTurk couldn't play the whole season he scored more points than any other player on the team The seniors are Gould, Fabian, Winfield Miller Woodrow Miller Lorah, Rhoads, DeTurk, Steffy, and Schwartz. THE SCORES 1. Muhlenberg 4 2. Wernersville 0 3. Wyomissing 1 4. Wilson 3 5. Reading High 2 6. Robesonia 2 7. hduhlenberg 7 8. W. Reading 2 9. Gley 1 10. Reading High 4 58 Penn Penn Penn Penn Penn Penn Penn Penn Penn Penn The seniors on the team are Hartline, Fabian, Lorah, Miller, Def Baseball This year the team is expected to come through with flying colors. It is composed of most of last years' veterans. After several outdoor practices, the boys will be ready for serious playing. Fabian, Miller, and De Turk are the team's hope of a strong batting offensive. Hartline and Brown will assume the mound duties. Turk and Brown. THE SCHEDULE April -Mt. Penn at Birdsboro April 18-Mt. Penn at Shillington April' -Mt. Penn--Upen April 25-Sinking Springs at Mt. Penn April 29-Mt. Penn at Wilson May 2-Birdsboro at Mt. Penn May 6-Shillington at Mt. Penn. May 9-Mt. Penn-Open May 13-Mt. Penn at Sinking Springs To be arranged-Wilson at Mt. Penn 1 59 Mt. Penn Junior Varsity Basketball Team During their first year as a separate organization, Mt. Penn "JayfVees" compiled a winning record. In an effort to give many of the boys an opportunity to gain experience in the art of basketball, to overcome their "greeness," to gain floor experience, and to lose crowd' consciousness, the junior boys persuaded Mr. Taylor to donate several afternoons each week to drill and practice sessions. The boys worked hard and long, and several were rewarded with promotion to the Varsity squad. Many of the afternoons they took the onslaughts of the Varsity to provide them with the competition so necessary to a winning team. Most of the games were played on foreign floors. The record follows : Mt. Penn Birdsboro 12 Mt. Penn 21 - Fleetwood Cextra periodj Mt. Penn Amity 12 Mt. Penn 26 - Mohnton Mt. Penn Feetwood 23 Mt. Penn 17 --- Wyomissing Mt. Penn Birdsboro 11 Mt. Penn 20 - West Reading Mt. Penn 7 - Mohnton 17 Qafwni - cqcfcfefzfiasmenfa L.. PATRON LIST Rev. Wm. J. Arms Mrs. Lucy Nyman Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Jacobs Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Kissinger Emma A. Leinbach American Beauty Salon Howard Ohlinger John H. C'Brien Mrs. E. M. O'Reilley Mrs. Charles M. Shultz Forrest O. Shoup Dr. M. Austin Mr. and Mrs. Ernest L. Barth Mrs. Seibert L. Whitman Dorothy Winters George Goll Dorothy L. Happe Eleanor O'Reilley Charles Ravel Dr. M. L. Bertolet C. B. Bertolet Bertha F. Bier Mrs. John Blum M. J. Booth Francis L. Bortz Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Breithaupt Sara Stout Mr. and Mrs. Huster C. Stroh M. Elizabeth Trostel J. D. Wentzel C. A. Funke Dr. C. E. Goode Mr. and Mrs. Howard D. Goodwin Helen Gring John L. Ennis M. Dorothy Faust Bessie M. Ziegler F. C. Lippold C. D. Lincoln Literature Division- Mt. Penn Woman's Club Claire J. MacNamee Junior Department of the Mt. Penn Woman's Club Clarence Brunner Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Ebright Laura E. Kready Joseph J. Larson Ralph Leininger Lloyd S. Sharetts William Rollman Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Howard Mrs. John H. Ketner 61 l M PATRON LIST Mr. and Mrs. Arthur A. Schultz Mr. and Mrs. Ralph M. Schweitzer John Seifarth F. M. Howard Doris K. Tice Mr. and Mrs. George H. Seitz Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Senner Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Toole Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Kleber Mrs. William I. Kline' Dr. G. B. Clouser, D. D. S. Mr. and Mrs. James E. Dalton George M. Dauth Mr. and Mrs. Ralph H. Helmick George F. DeLong Edward M. Fisher Wm. Fix E99 Son Rev. Ralph L. Folk Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Francis Frank the Florist Rosa H. Snavely Mr. and Mrs. Roy Stick Dr. Warren H. Stieff Monroe G. Barth Mrs. Elmer A. Resser Mrs. H. E. Riley Wm. B. Leinbach Mr. and Mrs. P. Ellis Mrs. High Stanley Clarke L. L. Stutzman Mr. and Mrs. N. Taylor Bechtel, Lutz ff? Jost, Inc. Fred J. Becker Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L. Behm William Hintz Mr. and Mrs. Rex W. Dimmick Catherine McDonough McDonough's Mary Leinbach Mrs. Howard U. Miller Dorothy Moore Lillian C. Moore CustodiansQMt. Penn High School Harold L. Brunner Howard Brunner Dorothy S. Christman F. O. Hartman T. A. Hasley A. Heilman Mrs. Pauline Grosset Mrs. David Haldeman Herschel C. Ice Mr. and Mrs. Paul T. Knoll 62 LUT Z FUNERAL HGME 2100 Perkiomen Avenue MT. PENN J. ELMER LUTZ D 1 71 U55 cqnciis won Q-31541 Pugeiogexaf ,op .i Ze' Sugumganf 912506, .andf Qflihtlfd' .o fi 4935 91 EXTEND BEST WIS HES To THE GRADUATING CLASS oF 1935 .4lls. A 'lllglll 799 I" fgmtxqw A PIILXSY 'SE 527 fpsmz Sfzsaf Gonoufff .ual .par ,your Spfzinlingf ,fcequimemenio NK ,enfcfu ,yawn .cgooen .guoineoof .om ,Pmof A 64 Ao Reed Compliments of Plumbing and Heating Contractor H 2416 Woodvale Ave. Phone 5727 A Mt' Penn' Pa' 2248 Perkiomen Avenue Class of '35 --- GREETINGS THAT LIFE'S JOURNEY FOR YOU MAY LEAD TO COMPLETE HAPPINESS-THAT IN THE DECLINING YEARS THEREOF YOU MAY OBTAIN A FULL MEASURE OF SATISFACTION IN KNOWING YOU HAVE DONE YOUR LEVEL BEST- .... IS OUR SNCERE WISH Mt. Penn Trust Company "Your community bank" 7 F. W. Grand 5c to 1 Store Brown S Yarn Shop PENN STREET REPAIRING 644 BLOCKING Featuring Quality Merchandise HEMSTITCHING A SPECIALTY . Free Instructions Every Evening At Popular Prxces 30 SO. 5th S1Z1'6Bt Rv68diIl.g', 65' i Flowers FLEET ll aiu-:s the Florist i t 123 South Fifth Street Reading, Pa.. AUTCMOTIVE SERVICE INC. "Like Rare Wine---We Improve With Age" The Strunk Studio . Open Everyday 10 N. 9th Street, Reading Phone 2-3744 TYPEWRITERS R New Chestnut Hill Garage Second Hand Rebuilt Chevrolet Sales 86 Service Machines Sold, Rented Repairs, Painting and Storage and gepaired Supplies of All Kinds . . . Goodyear Tires Special Rates to Students O. H. BENNETT 103 N. em sr. J. H. SCHLEGEL, Prop. 66 ALBRIGHT COLLEGE' READING, PA. Courses Offered: Liberal Arts, Natural Science. Social Science, Pre-Medical, Pre-Legal, Pre- Theological, Business Administra- tion, Home Economics and Preparation for Teachers. Degrees Grantedr- A. B., B. S., B. S. in Eco- nomics and B. S. in Home Economics. J. WARREN KLEIN, A. M., D. D., LI..ID. President Write for Catalogue and New Finance Plan Always Something New Bone, Eagle 8: Co. Jobbing' 8a Manufacturing CON FECTIONERS EIGHTH and FRANKLIN STS. Compliments of the Monitor Compliments of Ralph G. Hill Shadel's Sweet Shop "C0'UR.'1'E0'US SERVICE" A Modern Soda Fountain ICE CREAM, CANDY, GROCERIES AND TOBACCO D181 4-5382 18 North 25th Street 67 HARPER METHOD Fon MEN at WOMEN GENERAL ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORS Wnsnnns Shampoos, Scalp Treatment and Facials RANGES RADIOS Permanent Waving 2433 Perkiomen Avenue Mabel l. Hornsby MT. PENN -- READING 528 Walnut Street DISHWASHERS Dial 3-0-851 Evenings by appointment WURK SHUI-'S Phone 4-5920 YOU TELL US . . . THEN WE'LL TELL YOU Merely tell us to let you know how much it will cost to heat your home with gas . . . Without obligation our heating engineer will make a special survey and tell you . . . At our low house heating rate you can enjoy the comfort of an even, healthful tempera' ture throughout the heating season economically-and automatically . . . And now a complete gas heating plant is available as low as 25195.00 . . . No payment on instalf lations made now until October . . .Thezn convenient monthly payments . . . Why not phone today? Consumers Gas Company Or your heating contractor Gas is economical-clean-speedy-sure WESTINGHOUSE Water Heaters - Ranges - Refrigerators Mt. Penn Restaurant ON .nm CORNER M Herman W. Kottman Co. "Tl-II: I:1'.nc'rR.IcAL s'.l'0R.1:" THE HOME OF DELICIOUS FOOD 19 North 23111 Street Mt. P61111 2-6928 Day and Night Service 2-7786 Every House Needs Westinghouse 68 THE PEER OI' THEM ALI: R adin Ice Cream e g Mt. Penn Pharmacy, Inc Manufactured by M. Pantelis 551 53 55 North Tenth Street At Your Service at All Times Reading Pa. Phone 4-8642 We Deliver "Not a Fad, But. a Food" L.-L if 45 QS-,xx h ,...e. . ,A 'v . ' Q . 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E:3:::5::5 b 4, r:g3g5f3::ig:5g5g5g: , Q-. Qgff K ' f ' --- N Your Bottle of Health ! I L When Its Silks or Curtains RUG SHAMPOOING SEE "The Kind You Like" ' ' READING RU C P llk and Curtain hop a G C M ANY 1940 Perknomen Avenue 809 PENN STREET Dm M453 69 l- 1-.lil lqz 1- Compliments of American Casualty Compliments of Central Brass Works Designers and Mfgrs. of Co. ELECTRIC LIGHTING FIXTURES 26 South Tenth Street Reading, Pa. OUR ATTRACTIVE CLASS RINGS AND PINS IUIADE BY WILLIAM C. MARTIN 908 CHESTNUT ST. PHILADELPHIA, PA. GOOD SIGNS I BRING GOOD TIMES Lewis E. Moser 8: Co. KEYSTONE STORES - ' 501 S. 12th Street Hen Johnson Inc. Reading, Peama. D181 2-5343 S I G N S 70 I Everybody Eats At The C R Y S T A L RESTAURANT "ON THE SQUARE FOR 24 YEARS" L............L............... w 1 1 I l M - T S Y Compliments of V ture in Lf KURTZ and DOWD C General Agents Adjusters Mt. Penn Meat Market 536 COURT sr. on ci SNMP Us H0115 8116. 11181118 YOU. 2 I S Potato Q MW One thing that experience teaches No matter what your life work . . . QUALITY counts . . . every time! That's one of the main things that you learn as you go through life . . .whether you engage in the professions or in business. lt has always been my watchword . . . and always WILL be! For 20 Years, this name has stood for QUALITY in Men's Clothes 759 PENN STREET A. MAYER CONTRACTOR and BUILDER "Builders of Better I-I0m6s" 2538 FILBERT AVENUE MT. PENN, PA. Estimates Furnished Northeastern Lumber Company CABINET WOODS . . . PANELS BUILDING LUMBER Woodworking Facilities of All Description North Eleventh Street, City Line Reading, Penna.. IF I DON'T FIX IT - YOU DO.N'T PAY EDDIE F OCHT ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES PHONE 2-3106 AND REPAIRS OLDSMOBILE The Car That Has Everything M. L. Yergey 416-20 PENN AVENUE West Reading, Penna. WELFLY'S Real Estate and Insurance 2457 Perkiomen Avenue Reading, Penna. Manning Armstrong 607 Penn Street FOOT-CRAFT SHOES D181 2-3282 G'II"TS McDonough's and NUVELTIES zsfd s'r. and PERKIOMJEN AVE. M ARTlN'S Telephone 3-9055 THE HOUSE OF COURTESY WOMEN and MISSES WEARING APPAREL 658 PENN STREET We extend Congratulations to the graduating Class of 1935 We Serve Dolly-Madison Ice Cream All Seasonal Flavors - ..l 1-11 ZIPF'S DELICIOUS CHOCOLATES AND CARAMELS REIF F TON DAIRY LOOK! At Your Hair Everybody Else Does Ir Costs So Little To Look Your Best Mrs. Wagner's Beauty Shop Dial 2-1720 73 BASEBALL SUPPLIES .- - :fra-A-T!! e.5P,Q,.!S,,Xs SIG -1 G-an Ei-if-ef 5, 5571771 :, gwittwfa-S 'R-1 l - --Q 0 I' ITICIII. S P0 5 ' .-.... .-.. .- 1 ,.-V. '11i:l' Q ' , l Compliments of ueblmq S - 841-049 PENN STREET READING, .PAQ GOLF 86 TENNIS GOODS A FRIEND J. W. LEINBACH HARDWARE 2534 Perkiomen Avenue Mt. Penn, Pa. WHERE IT'S READING'S SMARTEST HABIT TO SHOP Good Clothes For Everyone at Popular Prices! AI-WAYS RELIABLE CROLL 8z KECK Compliments of EAGLE SHOE STORE 754 PENN STREET Highest in Quality . . . Lowest in Price Good Shoes for Everybody 74 LOGAN DRUGS We Deliver Typewriters and Adding Machines Sales, Rented and Repaired Reading Typewriter Ex. 835 Washington Street Reading, Pa. Tom. B. Thursdy Dial 2-2551 Compliments of MT. PENN FIRE CO. Bounce Back to Normal With An Ice Cold Bottle Of 625 A Pure Drink of Natural Flavors Wm. M. F ryermuth COAL AND FLOUR 306 BINGAMAN STREET READING, PA. Anthracite and Bituminous 1- - For Good Clean High Grade Coal and Services as you like it. DIAL 3-4563 Orders Taken At 1200 Chestnut Street D131 2-8239 Compliments of Compliments of PHILCO NORGE Stewart H. Lutz and Burgess B. O. R. Radio Co., Inc. 9th and Washington Sts. 75 NEIN BROS. COAL and FEED mr. PENN, PENNA. Theatrical Make-up Party Favors Decorations Stichler 8: Company 110 South Ninth Street Reeser's Restaurant New Large Banquet Hall Home for Good Food . . Reasonable Prices Delicious Barbecue Sandwiches Our Own Make Ice Cream Temple, Pa. AFTER HIGH SCHOOL-WHAT? No matter what you intend to do in life, a thorough Course in Business Training will be of inestimable value to you. McCann School of Business 546 Court Street Reading, Pa.. C. R. McCann, Ph. B., Yale, President M. A. McCann, A. B., Goucher, Principal Phone 2-2301 Compliments of A Friend 76 'Maytag Washers' - 'Crosley Refrigerators' Smith Electric Co., lnc. 9th and Washington Streets Dial 2-4615 Terms EAGLE MARKET 9th 85 Buttonwood Sts. WILLIAM GRANT LONG DELICATESSEN -MARKET STANDS- KISSING-ER MARKET 9th 8a Cherry Sts. Our Specialty Swift's Premium Baked Ham Berk's Meat Products Kraft Cheese Products CONGRATULATIONS TO CLASS OF 1935 Zieqlc-:r's "A" Milk ' Laboratory Controlled Margaret M. Mallon 630 Penn Street Reading, Penna. George 231-d M MODERN CLOTHES FOR MODERN The Barber MEN and Gmt Su, EPSTEIN BROS. t' Penn' Pa' 829 Penn Street We Feature Graduation Suits 77 J. C. MUMMA DIAMONDS . . . JEWELS . . . WATGI-IES S' S' Kresge Co' and Beautiful Gifts of Sterling Silver 526 PENN ST -E"P"": ""Pm1"S"' 650 PENN ST 627 PENN ST. Pontiac Sixes 86 Eights Cadillac - LaSalle Gmc Trucks nm 2-1671 Paul E. Reeser zma rnnxromnu Avn. wr. PENN Wm. O. Flatt Co., Inc. Quality Primers A. W. Golden Inc. 722 Washington St. Reading, Pa. 117 S Sth St Compliments of L. H. SASSAMANS The Quality Store l Berks F urnlture Co 802 Penn Street 78 1 Compliments to THE BOY'S THAT GO TO OUR LOCAL Compliments of A Friend TEXACO STATION 91 u W u ' I MOST sC'27H FOLKS Wetherhold 8: Metzger Inc. PREFER . FOLK'S F OLK'S DAIRY Temple R-1 The Store of Famous Shoes Men, Women X-ray and Fitting Children Service 3-8283 4-12.76 642 PENN ST. Reading F , H s z, P G kv! o E ' " il We, the members of the PENNfALM.A staff, wish to express our appreciation for the kind support our Advertisers and Patrons have given us. 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