Mount Penn Lower Alsace Joint High School - Penn Alma Yearbook (Reading, PA)
- Class of 1939
Page 1 of 92
Pages 6 - 7
Pages 10 - 11
Pages 14 - 15
Pages 8 - 9
Pages 12 - 13
Pages 16 - 17
Text from Pages 1 - 92 of the 1939 volume:
MR IIRECERICK F UELIHM
3310 sruanw AVL
4' ", ' " H'iZ-3.W'.4!.i'517JM34!iQEfVi?a:sf57I'T'3?PiFZ.9i":v:i Ll71if2'31l'53ii,'ASii 25335-l2.il1,i'LYllT3Z2'i'?l1fi1!':5Z'SJALi1'iiiz?flcl5Z'fF3U:'1T W1J!3SEQ23"Zv :Q AYQGDJE' A ?!L-HF? 4 'G ' '4'!:i,:S. ?Y!f?5f1.1'51a'31 F ! .
THE PENN ALMA
Sixfh A ual Edition
Mt. Penn High School
Mf. Penn, Pennsylvania
This book is published by the Class
ot l939 as a treasure house and reminder
ot the old friendships and pleasant associ-
ations Which we have enjoyed during our
years at Mt. Penn High School.
nl-'A-1 , 1+ -
We, the Cioss ot 1939, dedicate this,
our edition ot the Penn' Alma, to Mr. I.
Norman Taylor in sincere appreciation of
the assistance, true friendship, and whole-
hearted cooperation he has shown us tcr
the past tour years.
1 X . RY,
xx N XX
1' "" f-X, :X
-L 7, W. .,, 4, ,Q , A,-,, ,.. 3 V- --
ROSCOE H. WARD
B. S., Grove City College
M. A., University of Pittsburgh
ln l'l..ocksley Hall" Tennyson Wrote, "The
man who can is the man who will", and another
has written, "He can because he thinks he can."
Great determination will bring to you that
which you desire most. May you have learned
at Mt. Penn High School valuable lessons to
prepore you for lite's duties.
To you, the graduates of l939, I extend my
congratulations. Best wishes for a successful
life, full of service to your fellowmen, your com-
munity, and your country.
. f W... .... , 5
Board of Education and Supervising Principal
William H. Berne-au. Vic?-Prvaidvnt: Ernest L. Barth. Treasurerg Thomas K. Leinlaaclx,
Member: W. Ralph High. lvlemherg Roscoe H. Wlard, Supervising Principalg Edwin F. Palm, t
Secretary: Frecl A. Howard, Presiilvntg George XV. Dauth, Member. A
CARRIE C. BABB
Sllfflll Stuzfirs, C:l'fHjI'Ilf!1l1'
E. S., Kutztown State Teachers
College, Teachers College,
BERTHA F. BIER
B. A., George Washington
B. S., Kutztown State Teachers
College, Penn State.
CIUIIUIYII S4'if'114'1', AllIflll'lllIlfil'.S'
B. A., Ursinus College, Dulce
Hraltlz, Plzysiral Eduraliou,
B. S.. We'st Chester State
THURLOW A. HASLEY
llvulfll 111111 l,,lj'SiHll 1511111-rlliull
B. P. Ed., Springfield College
JOHN TYNDALL ICE
B. S., Albright College, University
JOSEPH J. LARSON
B. S., Pennsylvania State College
MARIAN M. KREMER
B. S., Carnegie Institute of
ELVA D. LUDWIG
I if-'1'f1r'z'1lrl, lfllglifll
S., Millersville State Teachers
College, Duke University,
Penn State College.
ANNA E. LE VAN
B. S., Albright College
HUflkkl'l'fJilIy, lilzsimfsx Law,
SIl!t'XllIIlll.Vllif7, I,ill.ViI1l'.K'.S' ilfatlzvlllzlfir
.1 unior U 11.vir1z'.v.s' Training
B S. State Teachers College,
University of Pittsburgh
CATHARINE E. RAMSAY
B. S., West Chester State Teachers
College, Albright College
Sl'f'l't'fIIl'j' fn flu' Pl'illl'ifNll
JOHN H. SEIFARTH
Illllll.VfI'ifIl fl rlx
B. S., Penn State
WILLIAM S. STERNER
S., University of Pennsylvania
fjllU.'llif'fl'j', l'lzy.vi4-.v, Iiiolourfj'
S., lVl. S., Gettysburg Colleg
R. STUART STUMP
B. S., Juniata College
LLOYD I.. STUTZMAN
B. A., M. A., Gettysburg
M. ELIZABETH TROSTEL
B. A., Gettysburg College
J. NORMAN TAYLOR
li!I.Yill!'.Y.Y lfllfllfill, Uffiri' l,lYIl'fiI'l',
jllllilll' I31lA'illl'.U' 7vl'Ili1lillfl,
B. S., University of Pennsylvania
Temple University, Penn State
JACOB D. WENTZEL
EIILIHXII , Lnlin
B. A., Franklin 61 Marshall
College, M. A., Columbia
An Appreciation ot the Activities ot the
P. T. A.
The Mt. Penn Parent-Teachers Association was organized with the follow-
ing obiectives in mind:
I. To promote child welfare in home, school, church and
2. To bring into closer relation the home and the school,
that parents and teachers may cooperate intelligently in
the training of the child.
3. To develop between educators and the general public
such united efforts as wiil secure for every child' the high-
est advantages in physical, mental, moral, and spiritual
The association has always cooperated with the administrative head of the
school in providing medical aid and' assistance for pupils who were in need of
such service. On numerous occasions the association has made life more
cheerful for a few of our pupils who are less fortunate than ourselves in many
The welfare work of the community has constantly been in the minds of
the association, particularly af: the Christmas Season. lt is at this time that the
Christmas haskets are delivered to the needy. Our school and community are
fortunate in having an association that has the interest and welfare of the pupils
foremost in its purposes.
It behooves us, as pupils, to express our sincere thanks to the ofhcers of the
association, who are a follows: President, Mrs. George Schlezelg First Vice-
Curtis Tomlinson: Second Vice-President, Mr. Norman Hessg
Secretary, Miss Marian Kremer: Treasurer, Mr. Lloyd Sharetts.
mxxxem wxmm K
Q, W SCAXLLX.
ff' 1I' -
I ' -5 n q V L - , L Tl:
D Q L 1 ,, , - 1 ' - -
5 i -...nuullll!.q
5 , V
VH., f f 4f N'
ff Mn H4 M Q
n u W I div? !
I X .
X f ,41i ' ..f ff.
u "V Q,..i i1 -1 "'- !f' f
' ,,,,,,.- , Qwxyi - N N
ff- 'ffi f:,,??fif?fi2
S I " Mi:
. :..f QA Q
f 55-V-'lit V
'Qi' 5 VJQ V
J 96,4 ',.". ' 'QQ V.
' in'E,V4'3iil.1i,igq2 - ,-5315 ,
.1-1: -J., '.'M'4.C"c,Vi .seq-'V 'f41.f- Q55-,fav .1 V,V, Vu V
f .5 r Q. 4,51 VEQQQZ fsffxf' '31 V333-V, Q--LVM
-. '- - " V
ff V-,gin N 1. w. ,V.n1..V-VV.,Ir5VfV.VVfVV. -V.f,e,1,- . 1,--Q. -:V V, ,, 1
fif. . VVVBQWV VV7-if 1 V . ffiizyg 5-V:'f-QA'-fgsgf ,
1232 1 VF 1111 -5' V W? '-VV 1 .1--4.1.
Q, Q Qi. 21 3 . if QVEQQV 'Q Vg
V is-V:.+f4.r,Q' ff ' V1 ,V 12: Vf1 V fVVV:Y'a 11-1 -frfJ4.gV'+'-:L.,i-
.,,5x.,,, 1 VV, ., . . , . ,-, p ., ,Q , 1 ,f 5 ,. ,.,.7,6. ,MNAQQ ,,
'VVMQV' 2: 2. T.-q w., 'Y 1 ' ,.-SYN, +fV V f Jg-mg.:gpq,:V:,L:-- Va- .
.ff sw' mu g, .. 'fam-..V'fVV'zfVV:fg V
:Q-'V', 'Q,k3fq 1'r :'i , M-EQVFQ - 'V lf?-M wi 1 3 V
. V, ,V ,, V, , V V.- J, 1-5 'V ,, -Q V-. Q,, f- ,435 ,, P ,QVQQ V .
, , , V ,
53 3 '- ' W W' ?SEE3f:. -3 z2'gi'+f- VVVV.'L'i5- " -QF9iVV:-55'i'L,V if ff? 'V 3
V3'Z'Mgig,'s'-. V 5,1 Va fPV fV5.Vw fgf'VV?5,, V, Qi-eV.VV 'W V .
,,-:jVg." :V V , . V3 ,VVV 'V-y',V,,-',f9pf,e.fif--Ms? --.+fgV'f:V.V5f.V5f:s2wV-v'-"s1:e.V12VJ-.V"VV-
1' V it Vw--.1T 1f - 'ifgw 5- 53- V-Q - Y'-3-VW .. gn- .. -gi-vs, V V wi.-,Q -V ---Y-fiQrf'W"w' V141 V V TWH' EJ-'fiflff-W " EJ-
. V V 5 V lf? V- . ' ,
- VQVV V V,-Lv-V s- 'ilk -, V n ext- . , -- V A' V . ..
Q ' f V-
1- ",V51'E:-31V-Vggagf 5 -5' V5 lzifffz . .4 , Eff ' H V '- fp-.1,L' -: V - ,
, V, - V.
" iw-fi -wif - ' V :V -V V- ff:V41'11fmVV.V'V'V-V QQZSVV- 'Q "k' " :V V
V.,-"-gv:tf,, ' - , ,A 'fs 1 ,ry ,.,V1VSV1, S-rVf,. V--,fiV,-'q-KV.-ff-.fggrlf.VW , 1sV5fg,gf'--g,gf?V,:V, , V1 --,. -V-,-,wg Vg -fa, " mpg., ja mga agq , ,V
15-V Ve., . ' Vi e- up, .- 'Vv ' V .VVx'IfV, 'MM5 V 'VQZQVVV-rfiflg'--V EQ 2'ff,V5VQ 1F5xVVV.: -1 SJWV- fr a -V vV 'wat ar V Vf,, W
,, SVG i ? 3 .'izf 'V "5-fx :A V 1 V ,fi - -QV 7: F.-PHE?-1Vf?wfl If ' - ffm ' 'V VL -?i ?,Vfii?1i2ifl1f .,
-Lim ,. , -V :V-V- ,, TW"-7'5FQ5f5'f'lf'7!" V 3-554 V V' 52852, Qiyfag-2121" VVVV- V' .V,5,3Vw 5.1 Q e PVQQVVV
Q? VS' Haw f-'f,VV3'f?,g',P"5 '!? 'gif-V' -7 my fi wg' ' "2Vn1fV,VVf 1fVE'VL,,p, ,.V,YqaV,Vf2,.,, - V, . fi, 4241: VW, 'vi-:- ' - k ,- 5-f,3'2+,1ffVVzL.VV
.mr-'S sew V31 V? - V ' , Gi-VV , , 4gV Vfy. , V ff: -P ,VV-V-wx, . ff?-4--.VSV:--fff15--S'-W:Q'vV'Y-'-53V-2, ' '-- W5-Q ' V" "HV '1 -T, V,
5, 35 V if V" '-fi? f r ' ii 'il 7'fV"AVff4-239-V.,.-,'5-'55 '-e'Vg'fi3T VW 5 5.3 5 . 2:32
,. V .4.,,,v ,.5. Vg, .. V V p,v,.V.V,V. ,, mr ., ,., ,A ,,,.Q,.g ,,:z., N41 ,f f,,,, W V . Q W Q. .. ,,, 55.43 ,, , Mag, 4, , .
he sw- V .. ' -1V'.M- si'-QYV1-113. V .5 Var - ' V--VN 34 :VV VV V -'ma-V' , V V fvet' . 1,311 LUN- .V 4. V.,-V-QV-VVV1V,:, -V-Ver ,VVV,. V VPILMJZV --Vw-3 Vw- 1-. V1
-'S-322 4g5. f,,, - V, VL VV. HV 'i7f. SfVvg4QQQE3 .V VVVVV 5. , ,,- .V-QV IL:?hVVfV?Lv. ff! VV VQrF'n'f'?'?::'11Mpi,:Q5Vfgq3Vgjfix . -V
'- .V 'V 'V . 5V ,.V- ga-gf ? V525 xi 4, Q V' j ' f'Vj-,QV ,Q :V 2-s-,f V ' ',fiLV'V:w' 'SNIL -A .Vis-f.,1:""'4'H-MV
-?h37'Wws.VV"-Zf.' " 1 VE'1wf VVgVV-VIEE1-EQQQHF V'V34'i: 'T' "i:1 f:PfV-Q V. 4225 -T--V Q f'VV2JfEfi--V44-f If V1-?f:.ZV
:qgv 1. ,a.V.1V .VV-Qdv , -,,V .ji., V f ,,V-.MQ V ,.V.',3.,g,gt-V544 mx MV , ,MV -V P mg 3. r-'V , 1--,V -, -V VQ ,Q Q V75 qVf,VVr-,4:,f,Vfg.tVV,1.V',.gf-35,51 ., wpwyg ,Q V,,.V:Q,Q,V, 7.3 Q ,5,..-,gktg 5,-,mg - .q.g,p'.V
'V f-V-R -QW, V V ' VV w "V-V .wives 1. If VV--,Vigggm-.,415X.V - - V V .-Vgfn... .,f,,.,, - . er VV:,.V ev-V.1VVV,VVWV,,VQQQ3i'?g-wg .:--Sv av Qbm .,,V..V:V .V.,,-V-ggi. rf wk X VV.g,.'
2 1 ' . , ,.- 52, 21 Ziff Pie!-,Vt V-F V 1,Vjrq1V 2zg,, Qgw V- ' -V 243 ,VgVV,pV3V5i ' -2 .
- 5:31. Q .f.,sV-- V. ,.,,:,.,.3Q?f-'1gV , V 2 x., i,,:V,pV'?grffe, g,gQVQ,3'255wg iv?a V, ,Vg,.Vfv.?VV'-fVVVeV,f:f:j-QQ: ,VA ,V ,mfg ,V 1 V V- Va.:
' .VSQVMV -. ,fr-gaiifw-rV,f'gV. 'g3e,,V,V:Fg.V55ug5?3": gia :fu 'SQWQQVQY-sV"VT'VVa-fr,. . ,
Q6 Q, V. . ,, VQ ,Q QK,L,?i .,3wQ, V TQQQQQ Q.VVf47.gVV'jqf3,f5-L7g'g,,..4Vg .gg ,EQ QQWQ QQ Q- QW VQ xQ f,AV,3S.g ,F QQ?f5gQfw,fV:.Vg QQQXQQQQQ QQQQggg1. VVV,9,:,Q: V Q Q
'MV' nw, V QV- U s Vt f. fV V ff, F VQSY , KS Vf1i.ff?fd,5V,g2f'-lg-V'-q1VQVi.j 45,-,VZ F. 'Q g V. way, ',j2fVdV 'Ha5Qg..f -V,?. wmv H T 'af' 'Pg
V V " '
,f fsjvfjg-ig V-,L:f'fjV - ,??:2,35'?Qs "UQ '
155-31 swf-,g5V543Qf ,., 'i,?,5xf,:aQQ -V .V.,. QQfQgkg'V1i,,Q , Q, -V . '1g:,m,Q5,45,Q 4V-wV'VQ.,g,Q, Vygffzy, - w..gQ'V1e-QSV-VQVWVV?-Vi .?1,g3.'1-Vi. 'Qjin '- - ,V 1
V V - Sams- V , ,V -x ,V
. .-1 4 V .,-V 4-V' -+L VV' V f . V bf 4 ' , V ' VVVVV V ' V, - V- ,V+ ,.6.:':1Q VV VV' .Q .' 1- 11 ' HV. f .- '. fw,-V4.9 :V H V . 1.-'-Ui, , il,-,.,-C Qg VV
'V V . ,,,'a"Ef-.x - -V, ,..35VL 1-f 'gk ' , Er , RQ..-.lf f- fwffffii. -"fi'.IV-"iw:'QAVJM "'V'?",VTf9-f"V5ffV?' W , ' xLV.+:'f4-if 41-VM? K'V"1a'i 5 ei ,- Fw- 'K 151371, 52: 4, ':V gf--TP 'EVVIVQ "f'5V1.,' V -
5 .- HQ ,-e!a3' ,' ,PV ,u,gEf3,Qf fl uffy .RQ LgQ1'3ffy-'?,jVV1'ggg,--VaVZVQVVVVVQ ' V. if +QV3Q. V-,,2.'V.
- VV VV 1 -Vs--wi 5 -VVfV -: V E VV-WV. 'M IVV Ha'VxV'V:3,.',,V5VV,5m,:VE:i.V ,. -' . V
iv .f ifv V' Q' gQ'2fe-QQQV , -1 xg -' ga: V' 24:V-gyV43- Vfig,ffi".4Q -fQVVSgVW'?S-V,'f,'iJ'-,,T1' his, VV:-if 4'1Vm,5ig?V,. QVVVV :gig V--raw :,e5m',f,11gj,g3'VVY5'.V:p.f- pairs?
gum 14 - :swf . V ':- gf Q M- YVzig,Vi? 2-556 ay Ve' wx ggaijigy'-wvrvf-Vvi-IaV., V'rV"-YV --1.Vgyr,,!i' :gn'ff'-1:33V'3a,xf-Kiwi?-PQQEYQ.-11 5- VV ' gs uf
V'-ff, ,,:VV, 7' f V.e eq V 'VV 1-" f - V- V 2:p:L5'.5 iii?-gray F gVVV:s'.J,V5:ViE5V5Q -WV, 513'-1gv'fV2fQgfigS1VJ,Vp ,V if
jf-,V5,jVi V -5 1 Q2 , ,,:'Q , .Mig VI :-,f.11Q: VQQ ,Q. , M - Gu , Q WHQQQ ' QQQVQVgQQz.m'iV-92 QU? ,V QV !CfQQyfQfg,Q,g,-fV' -VQV.3fQ,,,.AjV.Vfj'V,jfV fp,v:',Q.Qj.,i,VcQ jg VVf:'Q-55,1-V V 1:5-. Q :Stir " ,
V :Q - ' -5. Vg . VV 2 -.' -1. , q --F:-f 1f5,ni-' 'm.-gf,f'f-Vw?" -NL V ,f1'2i'VVL V-lr ',--,gig V gm if-sh W 'Q FQ! u ' -521 . -k i
'eVV-395 V19--Vw ' W V' V .- - ?ii,VVV H-Wigeiq. .L X A',,V.?2' 41,Vf,V -1, i'Eu-fM7'z- af- 'Shiv YVV- . fig- VV V VV' VV VVVf-f- -.Vg 4,-n V, 3-.fgjic -VP VV.Vf VVPVV.. .V ,K-V: fr V31
' X-H 32 P5 M --V1 1'5:T'1V'L'fV?:i-' -V-.iiifm I W V. :"feS'5fS5:SVf?f-if-''fi '?'f'f'2?1+'?V. 5155 f
VA -+3NfVVVf a.V '?5-V1 .2 'VV V VV VV., L-VI xii'-'gfV1zV'Vf'M2lVQlVV- .VERA :?i2jIQWf'VV-VJ ,252-:gf f.'V1V?Li'1V:1-1. ' 51515 VV. 21? 'i "VVQ'
51 'f" f- ' QW-'?i"" fffffibffi HWY- 'f--WV'5z?,2"Y-:q1'?lf.7G '- - '5?ii'fQ?2 FEV V .' - 49452.
'V VV , - mm: V ' -, , 'VVV ' " 1-V . V, ff' KQLVVV1 ,Nag -pf ' ',Vi':fg,r-.-,V"i:3V , '- " '5V '-'VZ 'Vfjfhjg ,, , -"JV :-LV? QV- gf ,QQVV':V.,,ff V T-Va, V."'- ', 1 'f
Q , V
V M, . -V-
,. .,,V,. V ,qfps VQ Q, VV V V iz-, Vg, ,Q Q,--.4 VV , VV..QQ.:7,,.,V,,Q,.f QV:-QWV--,V,.-V Q , VV, g.,V7:.,,- ,QVV.,V.VVg- V , 5, Q , ,,
'f 1-'-V.ae,-A-gag..-fgV2-diffi':-gEmV.g2Q,:V"-:V:KV.Ha,QW' -. 3?g,.?--Vfghdgaz V215 iV5g,2q.1 gV,VVV'+Vm , RV-VV
V V Vpww---V v-VJ.,--'.VV V P , gg., VV -V :VV-if '4' V - ', ff--kv' V V lifrf' if uviiva. ,ff-VfV:,3 ,a!1ff,1"',q-31, ., V ' -V 1"V.V-fx. V ,g- -.Vw ,Q :-gggf' - A V.
' Vi -vw'-V. - 1, '-V' M129 4 -VV' VNV ,L ,V 5,-,.g.,,aVif-mgwV-new-,VVany-fm sam- Vsfgpsf, .,, - 1' .Vg V was-V-2- Vw: V. VV-385
if V ,Q -
. . , Q , V' -'32 'Vi.,VfV-'JV V 'f jiy, fQV'..V V 5, B5 "YA ' - -'f-:2Tf'V,1 -wg ',5V'g-V',gfQ1-gi'gjy'-Vx.VVL?-V. 11-V 5 95.73
,Q Q ' A., A if-VVgV3.fN.,V -551 . g 2, Q g --Vg?V.:,fgA V Vg- 55,555fVuf'V:.TV,vgVQ'r,g HVVaf,s5Vi .gpg-5 g.V,'t', V.q-V 44' f-sigq1:',.V.g V wp 552 f4VV,ifi.:j :::'V.VV,-fifgfw Vi, V '
-' r - -V 'V V
V fa ',4,Q . . Q . 1. .V- ' VV
,V -. .VV -V V-V, 2V VV , ' .V V 5, f, . V V5 VV--mg V -W V V,VV,L.V--VJ. Vw VVHVVV ,V V . .- .-V-VV. .--,VV may ,. . V.s,,VV
. ,v,,,5QZ5i'ii55 -V . ,V rm- W, NV, V4 '1-, .V V AV. VV. V '- wzwk-Vw -awe Vwgg -fm V M-VV. e'QVVn,gwVV1V,gy,-w VM-V -1. V e-vw V, . . Age V 1-2144
j Q- 1gQ:aQfVQ ,vig -.V mg? V , V QV Q55 L -ix , A, Q VA.9,rV,ffgfg ,Q4,,, 5 Q-gsfjj,,QZ.g5,5-gf.VyQ-Q:,g, g,V.Q P, VV- Q 7'-QVgV 'W ggf1Q V. 1, . , ff, SQ-l',V1 fig!-f-fx 3, . ,f5iV'5f'- V-55-'si g-.VV,Q,
1 'UF -' H'- VSVVQ 2,-13,5-y?i.'g1VS E'sg?i?"?- -Qi ,V M- 7Tf5'w:?g V ,G-if
, , 5 - "
2 l .f:V G, -'- -1Vgz.gV,gjsgi3w:4..Q fjlg . 6fkf1V,wg? w i,, ', ' Vyg'fVV,3y,,, Vi-. 1'
sf V' - V V VVs,. -fm -' ' ' V- --V'-was-MV-as VV -- 5 nf-..:wff4E1--V..2M , V -. wfifigi, V, VVLHQVVVVVS-gf V1 VVy-fV- -Vp V3.4 , V -N35 1. .V--VH vi- '-
V . 4 351- V, 3 .1. jg, QVQQQESV Vw .,, gigs, ,fy ,y- 31,-1fwV5,VV'g -1- VV, ,r -V..,VVgV-sg? M5533-.Q4..2VVgw'VaV sgmgff fVf'1V V,VV,,,, , Vg VVVV,.,Q3,f,5-,Vw 4.95 , ,VW--VLQVV
-V 1 .VQ . - , V , N- V,, -Vy V,,V,,, , ,,V7 V,f3,.Qf:,.3 ,..-V ,,-1 sf: JL.: - .V ff ,gf V- 'V: V, 'VV-. 1 ,V V4.1 ,L-V-.g ,V ,V V- V, ,MVVQ
--.Hbgfm mf, VV -,Q 3- MM., .JAM -Vg -g,5M.EVV3.VV.Va ,Vg5V-myv.-,gk . ,, V,ye,.,.V -. V-,AVVVV- ,fgg A Vg.V,fg?ii,,
',ViZrV-+-1n,ia5gVf!- V ,H " -V ' VH, g.Qg,gM,gw:l'V-,-1,QVf,VmS5,g.V.,qF'f'w'Q5--if' 13,532-'ihfz i-.jimi-5 V.. : V F Vf,2V.,?3f QV.:-5ff4::',V"tfVG3,' qffgf-, VVVV xa-QV- JSR ia. : Q V,-ag3.,3gV'.fV,.
gm! , 45 " - 'lt , ,V " le1:'f,V"-Q ,Q 4'-' ww.: 'ua-.11V!uV,aV. ,Vff:'!'V'f,f-.VN,,-39,1 g ,ggi V . gfVfVfV.V'g 'VV' ' V V-if WV, VV. VV-, '-:'g.'Vm-.1 Y.
. ,- V
' V ' - V
Sgr Y- 511-1 pw My 21.9 QVVWEWFK' buf V- V-'-V?3i'Vmf-f Q... 'VH I-2g,1v.,w'J:Vi-VV 1-, VjfixVf5Vi. 'V-V i f - ,gf Vr? VQETVS QQ
1.11 'V ,.5nV.eV,,'V,, ,'f.. V K V WV V W4 V V-'Q , ,'1-N',sV,-.gNVVL' '- - -, "QM , :V V 'ng .V ,V -:HQ V Lui" Q X 1,1 - 4, ff A ,1,,5j,Vj.
V T fir ,VV VV V , -
,4.5y?Q,.vQ5A 5 QQQ QQQIQNQ ,LQ Q? .1.,x,V 3 QV1,-,QQ',vQffhiQQ 'iw gz sggd V1 . Q - 1 Vggfgfgq Esaiiigxflgyy MQW VVQF 3,33 -Kef'2:5, Q,Q, .rim ,V ,QlQf,,1Q
5"f-V1,fF,fgg,, . ,Qi ,j V... V -a gp i f - 'VfV,w:,gfl.,-VV qw- Vggifmgg, -:LVVVVML assi-
? wr, ffl - 1, V, . AQ-g.,gvVg' i -,,,gTpa' y -QV, ,:93'5fk3'fe,,g,2 V mpg 1433 Vi 5551- Q V, .'?q'35V'f 5.23f3z13v.V,fa1V V :5V,-'ggi-'
.V , mf g- gg' M524 ' V M Q - -sV,, Q Q ' 'J' -if Q.g,,, ff m. Vfiiq, Vgfi1V,,:-':3VV-'Vps-. f V25 V lifzgyz ,Q-435, V, 2 . gs,
5- z AVQQQ A' V ,fag-.,Q13,?f'Q Q V.-ggffmw ,.Z ,f,x,,,V , 'QgVQ.QQ 1V,, ,y,Q '- -2fi,f1gq5,3.V,-'y.a,5V.g'4f1.1V5Vg45QQxqg3'.
1 ff" W2 ' V-V , " Q-. mi. V-'fV.VpV, LVV -, V ,w'VgVaV-qV,f.-ff.15-1qVV,Q:VV,,.V, -Q-g,.,g,V
QQ.. V-V QW? .mQV,,Q ., :VLVVQVW i V VV QQ Q ,V Q ,g V , . M..F,..QQ . Q? Q V ,- . , Vi. ,Q,53qg,Q V-,f2V5,tQ., Q Q.?,,,,Q,.x,,,..VQ ,Q Vg-V Q5,.VQ.QV.5 .Q . QQQ Q WQ
-V Zi?-1' L' - J' -7 -- --
- V . V ,
VV Q , QM gn , .V V v.VVVV',,Q2Q f- V -V"f f .,' wr,-gy..-Q, V2b?fgax,g2,i, Q, gf, V-r:jgQ,VV,
'fE4.,,gV IV V, gV : fVV:V.V-532.-1 - ' aj g1w-V.f3?gf"Vsi-z- .V iggnqw-V.' V' ja il ff:-3.
.. V , . , . 4: . . . g . . ,V . ,wg .
Q .rlfl-'-lfffgqf' A"L?'i qg W 1 5 Q33 4 6 ' J, ii ,V Y'f5'l,jlA?-gig f u l. '3 3 4332?-l'1
- - .VVVVV .- VV' V, ,f .. . , V V, -AQ ,-. 4 -gf, -- Q -V, V ,, . V , V V V : mf V ,4.V.,,.-' V 'f ' ' -2 Zuqg , -V, V - 1-' ,' V
5 L, . V Q QQQQ, QQ' Ji Q
,A '- 3 - "qi-,"FfQf,'Y."j Z jf "V 5 V- 'f ' J ,5 1 "' Y EV "uw , -,,VV'7 '?5jVS7rV1igsV vi! 'JL' V j 'xx ' ' vii!--'Q - 1' V " s, iV'iTg, 4, H -
V. , ,,-VV: M., Vr.,V.Vm3". . ff .-QV V,,.,,:g:,V,'g ..5,Q5 -wgm. .VWVV VV.-+ V V- ,V gr ...VV,,,,..V,,
V , Nw- VVV ' -" L1fLf21,s:1-V ,,ijx. tV 2-,Vim .ns V.fV,x-, , wg-,-M. V-V. ,. Vx, -Vx' AV fy , 4.:'-,Vvg,Vf,+'V.+V 11
" -iVfi3 A Q v", -'- W. f ' 225'5aH'fww?iwfWff'i'95Nt?V.Si2 " 5 329 1Q,V53'3,
V ,..,,,,.. ,Q ,M A 5... W ,v. . V V V , V. .gl 1, .V V VM- V,..V-M, .J-sp n, V V- , V. . .,- .x .Aa
.V MV- ,VE V. . .V M, V. ..xV..Vr-V , ,V ,, ge, .V ,V sf. ,-V,,.,f- G .gi QV yy, Vg,,. 1, ,.N. .,,,, VV,,V3,, ,. ,..,.V,,V,V-, ,Q .,,V
V VV .'- " Vw V 4' " - 3, f' we - -V VL,cV,Q '9M .pgji 1.3: 49,- AV :gm-3571 1. 1. ,ff W ,Q - zgff.- mafzi
1-V V , ,L y 4-V VV w' . V':L3V, V V-' ' V ' V' Cv 9 -za 'V Q " .. .Vi-,jig 1' gfi'-:Fffi2':.'V5ViV,,i"fq- -ff 1 ,VV if V gif
-V '- V g V z t
V ,,+r'V.,. ' E1 . . ,
1-igVgV:5hgfW.5k ,xV-,f5-z'- 'W' ,-'gs-If-V wr? 5, :QV .N . sr:-Vw., V- S' 'ij VV, 2133415 3,1 V . V ' .,5,fV'PVy-,img -Vm.Vg3fFyQ ,yew f5f'4,iLV:1,V .Q 5 'VV f Q V-'e'f'.-.N V-Q, V4 img, ,Vwg
V,.,,,.VV,g:V.VV-VYVVV-V Vw- KM V . -'-n 4. -fl VV4...,VVV Qi V.-, ,V . V mv - V2. -..V,-xmas me ,ff .-UV-,VVVV .V -V ,, , - 5-35 A.
Vg. -V VMV-ea,g.1,gQVfp -4 2'u3V,, Q-VVg:k,z4V,gjVV, QV, my-1fegV,. -,V -V QV V5V,-VV-VVQQQIM, V ,QV ,V1 -fQgQ,U,i - V V,, , ,ga V -QWVVVVVVVV
V, .. - ff : ,
' V. ,. rg5VVV1,Vf.- VV g
iV '- ,mzwif-V -'Wg 55 - WM V 'F mf5V-vVSc,V:,VVV4gQ1V,ifgV:Vfzf VV VVV 3 ,, 54399 Vw gf' .2-.yy
21'-3" 2523- '35 V-:mira--'V' 5259? +5'VV'i4'-99'f?ifLi'- "' Y'W"fiN?i5k??514V 5 95535-4:""5g5f51?'Q?25Y'15L F' 39 7'-f
, V grw -g 5,131 : HGV- 2. 11 Ng - V V: ,,2- P -'E ' " , 9, Y". f - V."V :Tiff -A , ,lx ,Vv f,,5,V,: jrgf 5 f,',.,' ,lj1V",5' ,411 ' JV- .Q1g3"'-T V--V. X
- 'V S I '
3? 'iff 2.1 1i, V.'V- V:V1,,",VV-ff- -V1-., .6 ' V V '-VV -14 v'2-.42 V1-iw'-r,, 1'-3a.,VVVVVV N24-rV1g: ,g.,'fl5A'T?'f3j err'
f'?f1-if ?f-V:VVVLrV25M2mf-'.yf ,J .--f'5V--.s,: J'V H VVWSV V1-V -V jr V g, V'?f'?1' ..fV-mr'-5.46"-'V.-f?-:ff a- Vff- '?:w.fV1QwV:- mf, ,
,V V V , - . 3
f' 752.-NV,-'i "fi,Sf2'f, " 5'-14, V241 i"., ' X . 'VV VV- ' V V '5 , , 5" "Pj ' VL Lf: K? V'.V"fz'Q'.V"5e' :fi:"5A.J if-aff' , '. 'VJ V?" V :1fHV:?5 ' gg Pin- 9 .if
V -VV . V Viv- 'LV QV?"-"H-V 1.2VVV Gif, S5 -i'."f,.x4V5fff ' V VQQQQQH V V -,.V'wLV- I SWF: ,5f'V'?!V V ff 1--V 1 fiu'-few' ' ' ' V-VV---1QjV- "f J. tr- L- U' 'V V 4 'V' 'V VK?
V V Q .V '
'- '- za. . '1J1is5Va:V1ii VH.-,V2.VV V ggi. " -V V VV.f Viwl,n-Sm, . 1 Hifi-1iV.V kifvg -Vx! !':BP,:,:4'fp+'1 Vi".
"' " if-fi15iZf'ii-fei75v'iW:f"5fVf5ffV 3' iffw ggk ' V..fi51'f-Fi' 5'9'5SS5.Lig'f'ffei'-if .. MV .-'2fifV- :JEVS
' V ' . ,
' .ig-22' U V .- ?i f,aiVvYx"ef V? f"Vf-?f'VB35?iiQ'V'fVV mf-1815 VV,"f."'4VfV-f'V?fX?'fVV'F+,:'V ?fV"f1- .'?':f.Vrff 1 '-
. V, , .,. V , , ..V, Jig, .. . if . .mmf VW? .
T23 1.2 .-' '-5:1-:Aw riff. .,4-V V- 52 2 www- ' . s1.g,Q3.' V : VW ai Fffwnigrg 121-!Ffg'kV.',+ -4'-V-'rm 55VV5Vg,,Vs. YVALVVM -if ,VV
' 1 V' 1 , -Fw VV f ", . ' Vgigqlgf -' ,AV ,VV W gf,-V ' Vi V H ,V 595- ' 2V?,g9"3.g3ffV-Vi, ,Vip 4-Q..s,g .-'wif iiif ff
VVgVgV-Vgg, W H a., V- -rg., gQpVkQi-ww Q J'Q,zQV5V5QVQ:.,QaQ, ,gk
'- S-'fe-: H V2 1, , , Q S , ' - V 'f ".zrf1-,fi 3 -V ,av . 'JL ' V. Vw' V- ',!V .if'VVfegV gf- .
' ,,, V -V VV VV,
'V-3,515 , ,Lei , fagwg juz- . K, jf-jQ,3,xVaVs: V4 ' V
V-Vr, -2: 4' V -Jw--1 , .f' V- ,V -if-..ff-V.:
V -' ..
if?-,V 5 wzffw-3' 34fT'.s1?-g+grfw..i -Vw-V:V1fVV
Aa, ,VzV?f.,ieQfiV,:V f wfif ' VV,v V-'g,:?22Qf
- QV. ' QV 3
- V V- V,
3g"Q9?i?V. - V '
. Vg.V:..,,3L ,M
SENIOR CLASS CFFICERS
Standing:e-William Shellenloerger, Vice President: james Boas,
Seated:-Dorothy Moorsheacl, Secretaryg Carl Heim, President.
Class Flower: American Beauty Rose
Class Motto: l'No victory Without a fight."
Class Colors: Flame-and Gray.
PENN ALMA STAFF
First Row:--Mr. Vventzel. Faculty Adviser: llse Proger, jean Hendrickson.
Fcaturfrs, Russell Roth, Editor: Anna Lease, Features: Mary Jane Koch,
Personals: Raymond Teichman, Art Editor.
Second Row:--Robert Nlccullough, Athletics: jane Miller, Personals: Marie
Quinter, Treasurer: jane Moyer, Features: janet Leinbach. Personals:
Betty Brown, Typist: .lane Diener, Personals: Eleanor Walkner. Per-
sonals: Paul Lcinhach, Athletics.
Third Row:-Kenneth Robinson, Literary Editor: Garvin Dechant, Literary:
Haldane Seyler, Photography: Fred Christian, Photography: Eugene
O'Prien, Advertising Manager: William Ritter, Advertising: Bertram
Rutlenloerg, Advertising: Norman Vlfhitt, Art.
AGNES IDA ALLEN
52 North Twenty-fifth Street
Activities:-Senior Plav 4- Usher at Commencement 3: Senior Chorus 31
Penn Post Staff 33 Vice President of Qirl Reserves 3: ,lunior
Clubs:---Book Club 4: Penn Post Club 2. 3: Girl Reserves 3, 4: Dramatic
2: Home Economics Club.
Sports:-inter-class Basketball 3' inter-:lass Soccer 4.
Dark.-evecl Agnes, who so splencliclly portrayed' a Spanish
maiden in the senior play, possesses the quiet mannerisms we all
VINCENT A. AULENBACH
Stony Creek Mills
fxcitivities:-lunior Play 3: National Honor Society 4: Home Room Vice A Y
President, ..f' '
flubs:-Cvm leaders. j' ,
Sports:---Basketball 3, 4: Baseball 3, 4: inter-class Soccer. -V n
'Xvhen not starring in sports. Vince can usually be found "
entertaining the ladies. "Zip" has achieved much popularity
with his classmates.
. - Esterly
y - ,y V ACADEMIC
ix ,l Clubwz--llunting and Fishing 2, 33 Ping Pong and Checkers 3: Archery 4.
' Alton is a future member of the Ba-xchelor's Club, for girls
A are the least of his worries. His variety of Fords is the envy of
many of his fellow classmates.
21304 Philmay Terrace
Activities:-Business Mgr. ,lunior Play.
Class Representation:-Class Treasurer I, 4.
Soortsr-Asst. Baseball Mgr. 31 Mgr. Baseball 4.
,lim is our future U. S. Treasurer. He gets a great
cleal of practice keeping account of the senior funds. His
greatest delight is his little grey Ford.
KJ? Clubs:--Banking: Vocational: Checkers.
SARAH L. BRESSLER
Activities:--Alunior Play Usher: National Honor Society 3, 4.
Clubs:-Ping Pong and Checkers 2: C-vm Leader 3. 4
Sports:--Varsity Basketball 3, 4j Baseball 2, 4: lnter-class Basketball 25
lnter-class Soccer 4.
Sarah is a star on the basketball floor and also an "A"
- wa, f
MARY ELIZABETH BROWN
l763 Perkiomen Avenue
d F' h' l, 3: Archery 4: Ping Pong and Checkers 2,
Clubs:-Hunting an is mg
"Tis sweet to be short", claims -lohnny, and we all agree.
His love for a "Chevy" has caused him many arguments. School
seems to agree with him.
Jr. Play Usher.
Activitif-s:-Penn Alma 4: National Honor Society 3, 49
Class Representation1--l-lomeroom President 2.
Clubs:-Ping-Pong and Checkers 2: Gym Leaders 3, 4.
Sports:--Basketball 2, 3, 4: Track l, 2, 3, 43 lnter-class
Soccer 4 3 lnter-
class Basketball 4.
l-lere's wishing much-deserved success to the captain of the
girls' basketball team. She is noted for track and scholastic
f :yi 25 North Twenty-fifth Street
G wyn. ACADEMIC
Tlffff- Activities:--Senior Play Business Manager: Penn Alma Staff,
if 1. National Honor Society.
K LV : f Clubs:-Art 33 Camera 5: Shop 2, 43 Radio l.
A i i V Fritz is the quiet, modest, handsome fellow of the
class. Converting prehistoric automobiles into something
movable is one of his many accomplishments. l-le is
planning to enter the radio field.
l978 Perlciomen Avenue
Activities:-Usher at Senior Play.
Cla:-' Renrcsent. t' . H
. -- , '-1on'-- omeroom President 3.
Clubs:--Gym Leaders Club 43 Penn Post Club 3: Ping-Pong and
Full of smiles and, giggling glee sums up our "Cookie". Her
favorite pastime is flashing in a maroon Ford, especially
when driven by a blond.
Sylvan Dell. Stony Creek Mills
Clubs:--Drmnatic 2: Penn Post 4.
Nellie spends hours in manicuring her lovely hands and in
danci, . Cx 'cl '
ng lpl also gets a part of her time.
WM. GARVIN DECHANT
250 Friedensburg Road
gt COLLEGE PREPARAl'ORY
l Activities:-Business Managei for Senior Playg Penn Post: Penn Alma:
Secretary Nlath Club,
Clubs:-Matlm Club: Huntin f and F' h' Cl b
L, is mg u 5 Ping- Pong Club: Hobby
Soortst--lntor-class Soccer and Basketball 2, 3.
Noisy but stuclious, Garvin is a scholastic leader of the class.
However, driving a self-made For
d is more fascinating to him
233i Fairview Avenue
Activitiesf--Assembly 2. 43 Usher at Jr. Play
Clubs:-l-lramatic 2: Pr-nn Post 41 Girls Cnymg'l.er1ders 3.
lports:--lnter-class Basketball 2, 3, 4.
,lean is capable of causing a disturbance in any
class. She seems to be forever giggling. If only
IN . .
omework would agree with her as well as B'ng
MARY ANN DENGLER
24 58 Perlciomen Avenue
Clubs:--Book Club 4: Singing Club 3.
Mary wants to be a stenographer. We hope she won't say,
"Oh, gosh" to her employer. Mary is usually contented.
839 North Eleventh Street, Reading
Activitiesv-Band: National Honor Society.
Clubs:-Band 3: Math 4.
Sports:-Baseball 3, 4: lnter-class Basketball.
Tall. blond, studious "Phil" is one of the honor students of
the class. But he still finds time to establish a prize position for
himself on the baseball team.
JANE E.. DIENER
"D ucky "
Stony Creek Mills
Clubs:---Home Economics 3, 4.
Quiet, unassuming, a friend ro everyone. -Iane's sunny dish
position carries her joyfully through her school days. Sunday
afternoons "duty" is forgotten.
ETHEL ARDELLE DIETRICH
Stony Creek Mills
Clubs:-School Paper 2, 4: Music 3: Home Economics l.
E.thel's a petite and demure student who wants to be A
a secretary. She also likes to have good times and is
usuallv found' in the midst of a jolly crowd.
242i Filbert Street
Activities:-Cheer Leader 45 Senior Play 4: junior Play 3
Cl h -- '
u s. Girl Reserve Treasurer 3. 4: Dramatic Club 4: Home Economic
Sports:--Class Basketball 3, 4.
Happy and lovable, free from care with peach blos
cheeks and sunny hair, describes our Peg. She has high hopes of
becoming a second Adrian.
AMOS FICK "'22",.
" 1"ic',l'ir"' M
Stony Creek Mills '
Clubs:-Hunting and Fishing 3: Math 4. F gd
Sports'---Baseball 3, 4. H I 7'
Vilhenever an uproar occurs in the class, vou may be sure f.A .P Vb,
Amos has a part in it. Although not a ladies' man, his greatest 4
delight is annoying the girls. , A 'iff'
ROSE J. GALT
Stony Creek Mills
Activities:-junior High Chorus l, 2: Senior Hi ,h Ch
Cl .- . . . .
9 orus 3, 4.
ubs. Girls C-lee Club: Smgmgg Know Your County Club.
What would the senior class do without Rose's daily supply
of candy? Her quiet smile ancl friendly disposition have won
i her many friends. Sh - h '
JUNE MILDRED GEHRING
"Blondie " ' s
I4 Marshall Avenue. Stony Creek Mills , ' 'W
Activities:-Senior' High Chorus 3. 4: lunior Chorus l. 2: V
Operetta 2: Class President l, 23 Secretar Cl b l. ii
C -- ' '
e opes to attend a horticulture school.
,lubs. Home l:.conomxcs Clvb 3
Falling in and out of love is an established habit with
une. She takes time off to lead the class in oflice
, -A Sports:---Baseball I, 23 Volley Ball l, 2. S
L ll lx J
Jacksonwald L- J
COMMERCIAL , 1 q,
Clubs:--Hunting and Fishing, Ping Pong and Checkersg Scribblers. K ki
"A quiet man and dignified, from social life he tries to hide." iiv' ' ,
"Bill" fmcls more pleasure in the great outdoors, especially K A 2 4
in hunting and trapping. However, he is the pride of the book- H 2 ,
keeping class. V .A
. I - 7
Birdsboro, R. D. No. 2
Activities:-Junior Play 33 Senior Class Play Usher 4: Committee for
Senior Dance 43 Usher at Commencement 3.
Class Representation:-Homeroom Secretary l, 4.
Clubsz- Girl Reserve: Gym Leaders 3, 43 Dramatic 23 Chorus l, 23
Knitting l, 4.
Sportsf--lnter-class basketball l, 2, 33 lnter-class Soccer 2, 3, 4g lnter
class Baseball 2.
Helen is in her prime while entertaining half the senior class.
Acquiring the nrt of beauty culture is her aim upon leaving school.
LORETTA MARIE HALBEISEN
2424 Woodvale Avenue
Activities:--Junior Chorus: Usher junior Play: Senior Chorusg
Assembly l, 2.
P 2 C'l S' 'gClub.
Clubs:--Clee Club 2: Dramatic Club 25 Penn ost 3 ir s mqinh
Heres one girl, who likes uniforms. Her pastime is spent in
32057 Perkiomexf Avenue,, Reiffton
Clubs:-Art l. 2: Hunting and Fishing 4: Gym Leaders 3-
Sports:--Track l, 2, 3, 41 Soccer l, 2, 45 lnter-class Basketball 3:
Baseball 3. 4. Q
"Mick" is one of the best-natured fellows in the senior "N
class. l-le is a valuable player on both the soccer and
baseball teams, and we hope all of his dreams will come
2538 Filbert Street
Activities:-Business Mgr. of Penn Post 3. 4: Boys Octet: Captain Y. IVI.
C. A. Team I. 2. 3. 4: Art Staff for Iunior and Senior Play:
Senior High Chorus: Band 3, 4: Dance Orchestra.
Clubs:--Hunting and Fishing: Art.
Sports:-,lay Vee Basketball I. 4: Varsity Basketball 2. 4: Inter-class
Sports I, 2, 3, 4.
Promptness is a foreijzn word to Frank. He claims to be a
swing artist, but who can swing to "Please go 'way and let
me sleep" 9
Stony Creek Mills
Activities:--Senior Cliorus 2, 3, 4: Boys Octet 4: Class Play 4: Debating
4: Commencement Usher 3: Operetta 2, 4: School Paper 2:
Baccalaureate Usher 3.
Class Representation:-Class President 4: Vice President 3: President 2.
Clubs:-Hi-Y 3, -It Vice President I-Ii-Y 4: journalistic Club 2: President
1: National Honor Society 4.
Sports----Baseball 3: Track 2. 3: Soccer 4: IayVee Basketball 4.
'ilvhizzern is the busiest student in the class. He is constant-
ly flying about the halls attending to his official' duties as presi-
dent. He also starred in sport activities and gave a surprising
performance in the senior play.
JEAN ELIZABETH HENDRICKSON
I25 North Twenty-Hfth Street
Activities:-Sec. of C-irI Reserves 3: Senior Chorus 2, 3: Penn Post 3, 4:
Clubs:--Book Club 2: Penn Post Club 2: Dramatic Club: Girl Reserves 3:
Home Economic Club I: Penn Alma Staff.
The sparkling personality that .lean possesses makes her like-
able to all. Her favorite pastimes are dancing, bridge, driving,
and reading philosophy, and she can usually be found engaged
in one of them.
GERALDINE BROWN HILBERT
Clubs Ping Pon and Checkers 2: Gym Leaders 3, 4. 1
Sports:---Inter-class Basketball 3. 4: Inter-class Soccer 4: lnter-
Class Baseball 3, 4.
"A horse, a horse, my kingdom for a horse" seems to
be the usual cry of Gerry. She claims it would' help her
future ranch. ln the meantime she listens to "The Lone
Ranger," and is contented.
"Ross" l ' ,
Stony Creek Mills I I
Activities:--Class Plav 3. 4: Band 3. 4. 5
Class Representation:-Home Room President. ' Q
Clubs:--Hi-Y 3: 4. -
Sports:---Soccer -0: .lavVee Basketball 35 Track 3: lnter-class Basket- "f' X Y
ltall 3, 4. ' in 4A
Ross is the happy-go-lucky fellow of the senior class. ii
He showed dramatic ability in "lVlarcheta". He is an arclent
football player. , -
X ' 1 f
Stony Creek Mills
Clubs:--Hunting and Fishing: Singing.
Xvhen the tire bell souncls, Paul is the first one to be at the
fireg and with such efficiency, he is certain to be a skillful forest
623 Frieclensburg Road
Clubs:--Penn Post: Banking Club.
Sports:--lnter-class Basketball and Soccer.
X Although lsabel, has been with us for two years her love for
Vi ilson seems to be endless. Our Isabel is very stuclious.
2338 Perkiomen Avenue
Class Representation:-Home Room President 4.
Clubs:-Penn Post 3, 4.
Sports:-tlayvee Basketball 2' Varsity Basketball 3, 4. K
"ja7z,,' as he is called by his chums, is notecl for his ,-x
dry humor. l-le was an asset during basketball season. A
and we hope his ambition to become a great newpaper
man will be fulfilled.
., 7 Encilich Avenue
' A COMIVIFRCIAL
3 b mf I' Clubs:--Book Club.
A shy girl, who takes teasing with a grin. jane is always
X dependable. Her motto must be, "Ever watchful: forever quiet."
GEORGE A. KLINE .Q
' 'J ll 111 py " ,
Stony Creek Mills f ,Z
COMMERCIAL ' K
flxctivitws'--Bandg Oi-rhestrag Assembly: Senior Chorus. in
Clubs:-Penn Post. '- V 1,
George could very well be a critic of fashion models, because
hc-'s always giving the girls the "once-over". His favorite pastime , g '
is entertaining us with his jumping bow-tie. ,
l 13 .
Stony Creek Mills
Clubs'--Singing 5: Lihrary 4' Girl Reserves 4.
Lucille's Hne marks prove to us that the proverb, "Silence is
golden," was not said in vain.
' HAROLD KNECKTLE
Stony Creek Mills
Clubs'--Hunting and Fishing 3. 41 Gym Learlers 3. 4.
ports.--Baseball 3, 43 Track 3, 4.
"l-lonevn is a future big league baseball, player get-
ting his start at Mt. Penn, but in the meantime he is decid-
mg between working on a farm or in an office.
MARY JANE KOCH
2302 Fairview Avenue
Activities:-4Usher at Commencement: Girl Reserve Secretary 3, 4: Penn
Post 3, 49 Penn Alma: Us-her at Baccalaureate' Costumes for
Senio Pl S '
r ayg enior Chorus 4: National Honor Society 4.
Clubs:-Penn Post 3, 4: Penn Alma 4: Knitting 2.
Sports:-Tennis 3. '
Tall, chic, and' fair, M. has won many friends. She can be
found consulting someone about chemistry or accompanying an
" Fun ny H
2525 Grant Street
Activities:-,lunior Chorus l. 2: Senior Chorus 3, 4: Cheerleader 3. 4:
Usher Baccalaureate Service: Property Mgr. junior Play:
Penn Alma Staff: Penn Post' Assembly l, 2, 3, 4.
Clubs--Book Club: Booster Club: Penn Post Club: Know Your County.
Sports:---lnter-class Basketball l, 2. 3. 4: lnter-class Soccer 4.
A noisy little girl with come-hither blue eyes. Anna does a
heap of talking for a maiden of her size. Best of luck to our
JANET MAE LEINBACH
CO1 LEGE FHLPAFATORY
A t. . . Ii .
c ivities. Class Plav 3. 4: Penn Post 2, 3. 4: Penn Alma 4: National
Honor Society 4.
Class Representation:--Vice President Home Room 4.
Clubs:-Ping-Pong and Checkers 7: Gvm Leaders 3. 4: Girl Reserves
3. 43 Senior Chorus 2 4
Sports:-lnter-class Baslcetb ll. 2i 4
a : Varsitv Basketball 33 lnter-class
Soccer 4: lnter-class Baseball 2 4' Tra k 4
Studious, yet mirthful. Janet, of seniorwplaiy fame, is every-
one's friend. She c f b ' '
an o ten e found playing basketball ln St.
2235 Perlciomen Avenue
' Clubs:--Penn Post 4. Hi-Y 4.
Sports:--Baseball 3, 43 Basketball V. 23 Varsity 4: Soccer 3, 4:
all-around student. His friendship is well worth having.
yn, the tallest member of the class is a valuable
POLLY MOHN LERCH
l90l Trooper Road, Reading
Activities:-Chorus 2, 3: Girl Reserve 4.
Cluhs:-Dramatic 2: Cvm: Penn Post 2.
Sports:-Track 33 inter-class Basketball 3. '
"Polly's" hohbifns seem to be new clothes and dancing. How
she is envied while driving that shiny red Buick.
I KATHRYN LESHER
Activities:-junior and Senior High Chorus 3, 4.
Clubs:--Dramatic Club: Nlusicf Girls Glee Cluh.
The business man who empl.oys Kathryn Lesher as his sten-
ographer will be lucky because shes sure to break the world's
record in typewriting.
JOHN CHARLES LOEB
253I Grant Street
Activities:-Home Room Activities.
Clubs:---Archery 4: Hunting and Fishing 2, 3.
"Chisel" can usually be found "trucking" at a barn dance.
He has been studying commercial subjects and will probably find
success in the world.
PAUL T. LORAH
Stony Creek Mills
Clubs:--Hunting and Fishing 3, 4: Scribblers 4.
"lu lf you ever see anyone deep in an argument it's cer-
H-C tain to be Paul. l-le challenges his opponent with "l'll
I- M A take you over any time you're ready."
E. BRUCE MALSNEE
505 North Twenty-sixth Street, Pennside L
Clubs:---Art 4: Hunting and Fishing 3: Gym Leaders 33 Science I. -
Sports:--Track I, 2, 3, 4: Soccer 4: Basketball 3. 1
The boy with the physique of Atlas, Bruce has trotted down
the Held in many of our track meets. We hope he has good g
SUCCESS. A " '
505 North Twenty-sixth Street, Permsicle
Activities:-Track: Girl Reserves.
Clubs:-Home Economics: Gym Leaders.
Sports:-Track 3, 4.
Emily, a conservative, industrious student, is interested in all
sports and is often seen at track meets cheering for the team.
I03 North Twenty-fifth Street
Activities:--Boys Octet 4g Senior Chorus 43 Penn Alma 4.
Clubs:--Hi-Y 4: Hunting and Fishing I: Gvm Leaders 2.
Sports:---Soccer I. 2: lnter'-class Soccer 4: Soccer Mgr. 4: Basketball 2:
Basketball Nlsfr. 4: IavVee Basketball I: Track I: Baseball I:
lnter-class Basketball 4.
Bob, our curly-haired basketball manager, is always present
when it comes to sports. His Sunday afternoons are often spent
i is JACOB M1-:YERS
in I D i ' ffjakefl
3 Stony Creek Mills
I M Clubs:-Hunting and Fishing 3, 4: Hobby 2.
Sports:-lnter-class Soccer 4.
.Q ,it Jacob likes to tease pupils and to take periodic trips -
ii 4... to Glenside. His favorite subject is typing.
JAN E BARBARA MILLER
2533 Grant Street
Activities:--Penn Post 2, 3, 4: Penn Alma 4: Assembly 2, 3, 4: Usher at
Senior Play 4: Usher at Commencement 3.
Clubs:---Girl Reserve 3, 4: Banking 3: Penn Post 3. 4: Know Your
Sports:-Inter-class Basketball 2, 3, 4: Inter-class Soccer 3, 4.
Sometime in the near future we'll say, "I knew jane", when,
with her sincere spirit, she has become a famous author. Best
of luck, Jane.
DOROTHY JANE MOORSHEAD
I0 VI-'est Thirty-sixth Street, Reiffton
Activities:--Class Plav 3. 4: Girl Reserves 3, 4: Penn Post 3: National
Honor Society 3, 4.
Class Representation:--Home Room Vice President 2: Home Room Secre-
tary 3: Class Secretary 4.
Clubs:--Drzvnntic Club 2, 4: Home Economics Club 3.
A girl who can be found participating in practically all school f
affairs is "Dottie", Her favorite pastime is dancing to soft
JANE V. MOYER
23 I9 Cumberland Street
I Activities:-Usher at Baccalaureate 3: Senior Chorus 3, 4: junior Chorus
I, 2: Assemblv 1, 3. 4: Penn Post 3: Mgr. Girls Basketball
3. 4: Property Mgr. vlunior Play 3: Penn Alma Staff.
Class Renresentation:-Secretary-'I-'easurer of H. R. 2. 3.
R Clubs:--Book Club 4: Penn Post 35 Booster Club 2: Know Your County
Sports:-Inter-class Basketball 7. 3.
Our capable manager of the girls' basketball team. You will
End jane spending much of ner spare time at Boyertown.
27 West Thirty-third Street, Reiffton
Clubs:--Stucly Hall Club I: Know Your County Club 2g
Photography 3gBook Club 4.
Our Detife Helen can well be proud of a "love so
great." She wants to be a secretary, and her employer
can certainly feel sure she will always do her best.
2 2 5 4 Wodvale Avenue
Clubs:-Hunting and Fishing I, 35 Ping Pongg Checkers 23 Scribblers 4.
"Tiny" is seldom heard in the classroom, but get him started
and he'll go. He is a faithful attendant at Sunday School.
EUGENE J. O'BRlEN
23 3 Oak Terrace
Activities:--Business Manager Senior Play: Business Manager Penn Alma:
Penn Post 3. 4: Band 2. 3: Y. IVI. C. A. Roundup Team 3. 4:
Baccalaureate Usher 3: Commencement Usher 3.
Clubs:--Camera Club 3.
"Red" is the indispensable business manager of the Penn
Alma. I-le was equally important as "goalie" on the soccer
team. Heres hoping he has much success in whatever occupa-
tion he undertakes.
J EANETTE ORTH
2321 Perkiomen Avenue
Activities:--Junior Class Play 3: Usher at Senior Class Play 4.
Clubs:-C-ym Leaders Club 4: Dramatic Club 25 Gym Leaders Club 33
Library Club I.
Sports:--Inter-class Basketball I, 2, 3, 4.
Nettie, our Sonja Henie on roller skates, has school spirit
plus. Her aim is to be an ideal stenographer.
MARY LOUISE POETTINGER
632 North Twenty-fifth Street, Pennside
Class Representation:-Invitation Committee.
Clubs:-Penn Post: Typing Club.
The object of some senior's affections is well liked by
all her classmates. We hope her dreams as a nurse come
Activities:-Usher at Junior and Senior Play: Girl Reserves.
Clubs:-Know Your County. Book Club: Photography.
lVlarie's aim in life is to be a secretary in some big business.
Her attitude ought to gain her objective. She is quiet and am-
2606 Hollywood Avenue
Activities:-Assembly Piavs 2, 3. 4: Usher at Commencement 3' Usher
of Senior Play and Costume Committee: Cheerleader: Pres-
ident of Girls Reserves.
Class Representation1--Secretary 3: Secretary of Home Room 4.
Clubs:--Know Your Countv 2: Banking 3: Penn Alma: Penn Post.
5 ., , .
ports. lnter class Basketball 3, 4, lnter-class Soccer 4.
l'Iere's our little jitterbug of the senior class. She is seen in
her spare time driving a Desoto and has high hopes of being
some one's secretary.
Stony Creek Mills
Friedensburg Road, Pennsicle
Activities:-Usher for Commencement and Baccalaureate: Orchestra 3, 4:
Band 2, 3, 4.
Clubs:--Band 2, 3: Penn Post 4: Gym Leaders 2.
S-ports:-Basketball 2. 3. 4: Soccer 2, 3, 4: Track 3: lnter-class Sports I, 2.
Tall and lanky, "Pe-die" was a valuable man on our basket-
ball team. His broad shoulders should qaulify him as a future
West Point Cadet.
ARLENE VIRGINIA REUTHER
Activities:--Senior Chorus 3.
Club: Book Club.
ub: Know Your County Club: Booster
Arelene has her heart set on being a stenographer in
the near future, and it's a hundred to one bet that she'll
make a good one.
Activities:--Business Manager lunior Play: Business Manager Penn Post
3 22 Carsonia Avenue
gl, 4g Art Staff of lunior and Senior Plays: Y. Nl. C. A. Round-
up-Team l. 2, 3: Dance Orchestra 4: Band l. 2. 39
Class Representation:--Vice President of Home Room lg President of
Home Room 4.
Clubs:-Ping pong 2: Penn Post 3, 4: Art Club l.
Sports :--Varsity Basketball 3 4: V. Basketball 2: V. Soccer 23 lnter-
class Sports: lr. High Varsity Basketball 3.
"Bobbie" is often heard talking baby talk to himself or mak-
ing the class laugh. With the ability he posseses, he should be-
come equally lamous as his uncle. Ask Bob what he knows
2 640 Perkiomen Avenue
Activities:-Chorus 2. 4: Class Plav Promoter 3, 43 Girl Reserve: 3, 4
Operetta 2: Assembly Plays l, 2.
Clubs'-Library Club 3, 45 Scoop Club 2.
Sports:-lnter-class Soccer 49 lnter-class Basketball 3, 45 Track 4: Chia
Hockey 2: Class Volley Ball 2. -
is the Manatawny, where she may be found swimming or fishing.
Stony Creek Mills
Activities:-Girl Rf-:servrs 4: Orchestra l, 2, 33 Debating 3.
Sports:-Basketball xl. 2. 3. 4: lnter-class Soccer 4: Track 4.
An all-round Qirl, and our basketball star, her keen person-
ality reaches everybody. Martha is a good 'ilaughern for all your
WILLIAM HOWARD RITTER
Activities'--Penn Alma: Alr. Class Plav.
Clubs:--Know Your County 2, 3: Hunting and Fishing 3: Hi-Y 4.
Sports:-Basketball l. 2. 4: Soccer 4: Track l: Baseball 3.
"Bud" may be seen acting as chauffeur for the jack-
sonwald kiddies on school days. This is only one of the
many favors and' good deeds he does.
-learfs hobby is driving a black Ford. Her summer addres:
-W 405 Friedensburg Road
1 coi.LLc.rf PREPARATORY
- ' S Activities:-Penn Post: Penn Alma: National Honor Society.
A Clubs:--Ping-Pong 2: Slide Rule 3: Photography 3: Penn Post 4,
Q Sports:-lnter-class Basketball and Soccer.
f "Kenny" aiways made our halls gay with his flashy colors.
C ' L He likes to drive a car, but watch the poles, "Kenny",
: ig- ,1
RUSSELL F. ROTH
I6 Endlich Avenue
Activities:-Penn Post Staff 2. 3. 4: National Honor Szcietv 3. 4: Editor
of Penn Alma 41 Orchestra 3, 4: Band 3. 4: Class Plavs 3, 4.
Class Representation:-Home Room President l, 2, 3: Class President 3.
Sports :---lnter-class Basketball and Soccer.
. If ou hear someone beating it out on a drum, it will probably
be "Russ". Always ready foi fun, he is often found talking about
orchestras or girls.
BETTY PAUl..lNE RUTH
I I3 North Twenty-third Street
, Activities:-lunior Chorus l. Senior Chorus 3.
Clubs:-Know Your County: Knittinrz Club: Penn Post: Book Club: Singing
ll f fi d
Blond Bettv is one of our fastest typists. You wi o ten n
her driving a Ford or visiting a certain store.
628 North Twenty-Fifth Street, Pennside
Activities:-Penn Alma 4' Penn Post 4.
Clubs:-Singing 3: Penn Post 4.
Sports:-lnter-class Soccer 3.
We wish success to Bert as a future busines man. His
hobbies seem to be dancing and girls.
GEORGE W. SCOTT
Reading Country Club, Stony Creek Mills
coM1v1r.RC1AL i i
Clubs:--Know Your County Club 2: Booster and Gym Leaders Club 3,
Bank Club 4.
Sports:--lnter-class Soccer 2, 3: inter-class Baseball 2, 3. i
Woman-hater Scotty is happiest when driving a car or a golf
ball. He is usually found at the country club or thumbing a ride " '
. . ' 523,
home. in - V
' in ELIZABETH SEIZ
W . Q .fgetty-1
4 A 1 I I Park Lane, Pennside
, i 9 K C Clubs:-Home Economics 3: Camp Fire lg Book Club 4: Culee Club 2.
i Quiet and small best sums up Betty. Her fine qualities are
K hidden by her silent, admirable attitude.
5 Los Robles Court, Pennside
Adivitiegr--Opcretta 2: Band 4g junior High Chorus 35 Senior High
Chorus 3, 4.
Clubs:-C-lee 3. 4: Dr' t' 2
ama xc : Girls Reserve 3. 4: Shop Club 2.
Ardelle always gives one the impression of being in a hurry,
and we hope success comes to her just as fast.
5 Los Robles Court, Pennside
Clubs:-Art l: Stamp Club 2: Hunting and Fishing Club 3:
Math Club 4.
Sports:--lnter-class Basketball: Track 4.
"Kenny" is an active alumnus of Pennside. Being a
star of the track team he can usually be found practicing
faithfully to hold that position,
HALDANE R. SEYLER
2434 Filbert Street
Activities-Senior Play: National Honor Society: Penn P t S . ff.
Clubs:--Hunting and Fishing Club I, 35 Dramatic Club 2: Hobiby Club 4
Sports:--lnter-class Soccer 3. 4: inter-class Basketball 4.
If you hear a click, it's only "Hallie", the candid Camera
. . en
thusiast of our class. You ought to see some of his results,
' is 2
WILLIAM H. SHELLENBERGER ., Q
' Shelly" Q.
Stonersville .'7 M Q
5 V l
Activities:--National Honor Society 4g Class Play 35 Commencement Q
Usher 3. A Q
Class Representation'--Vice President l, 44 Vice President 3. - ' i
Clubs:-President ol Hi-Y 3, 4: Cvm Leaders 2.
Sports:--Baseball I. 2. 3. 4: Track I. 2. 3. 4: Basketball 2. 3. 4: Soccer
l, 2, 3. 4: lnter-class Sports l, 2.
XVords cannot describe the all-around athlete of the school.
He is a friend of everyone! fclassmates as well as under classmenl. ,
It will be difficult to find someone to take his place.
Stony Creek Mills
Activities:-Hoine Room President 2: President ol Camp Fife Girls: D-BHC?
APN, Committee 2.
Class Representation:-Vice President.
Clubs:--Campfire Girls lg H. Economics 25 Book Club 4.
Sports:-lnter-class Basketball 4.
Tall and willowy Dot has a pleasing personality. She can be
found riding her bicycle' while not in school.
DOROTHY J. STEIGERWALT
6I 7 Friedensburg Road
eftivit Girl efaerv s 4 Chorus 2 3
Cheerfulness sums up he disposition She d
oe 1 t
waste words but is very consistent in her efforts
, ' 'ies:Q- ' R .. e z ,X Av . ",
Q. ubs:-Dramatic 4: Singing Club 33 Typing Club 3,
XL .Q ' '
JAMES R. STEINMAN
242i Cumberland Avenue
Clubs:--Know Your County 2: Hi-Y 3, 4.
Movies and practical joking are jim's hobbies. l-le is always
ready for a laugh ancl even makes his own.
Sports:-lavVef: Basketball Zi 'Inter-class Sports l. 2. 3, 4, ,
.3 Q vi
Stony Creek Mills
Activities:---Operetta 2: Class Speaker 2.
Sports:--lnter-class Basketball l, 2.
Few worcls are hers but many friends.
ETHEL EMMA SWAVELY
Clubs:-Commercial Club lg Know Your County Club 2: Singing Club 33
Book Club 4.
lf its giggles you want, go to Ethel. She' may be found pedal-
ing her time away on a bicycle or playing baseball.
ROBERT W. SWEITZER
Butter Lane. Stony Creek Mills
Clubs:-Hunting and Fishing: Know Your County: Scribblers.
'iShort" describes Buck and also his conversation.
He strives to succeed in all his work.
Clubs:--Camp Fire Girls l 7 Home EC. 2: Singing Club 35 Book Club 4.
Reserved and dependable, Elsie's disposition is always sunny.
2603 Cumberland Avenue
Q Activities:--Senior Play: National Honor Society 3, 4: junior Play: Penn
Q Alma Staff: Vice President 3.
Clubs:--Penn Post Club 4: Art Club 35 Hunting and Fishing Club 23
Dramatic Club I.
The art editor of the yearbook, Ray, in a quiet friendly way,
gains many friendships. VVe hope his art work receives its due
DANIEL VAN PELT
"D 1111 n y "
Stony Creek Mills
Clubs'-Hunting and Fishing I, 2, 35 Ping-Pong and Checkers 4.
Sports:-Inter-class Soccer 4.
Dan has a quiet and unassuming manner and is not over-fond
of studies. I-Ie is often seen visiting a gas station.
ELEANORE CATHERINE WALKNER
I7 North Twenty-third Street
Activities:--Penn Post Staff 2, 3: Senior Chorus 3.
Clubs:-Book Club 4: Penn Post Club 3: Girls Reserves 4.
watch out. Her pastimes are dancing and bridge.
Melrose Avenue, Stony Creek Mills
Activities:-Senior Chorus 2, 45 Class Play Stage Manager 4: avg
Operetta 2, 4. 'Qu
Class Representation:-Executive Committee.
CIuIis:'-Aviation Club, Vice President: Gym Club 2: Hunting and
Fishing Club, President: President Archery Club 4.
Sports:-F-Basketball 23 Track 2, 3. 4: Soccer 3, 43 Inter-class
Sports 3, 45 Asslstant Manager Basketball 3g Manager
Besides engaging in sports, we find' "Wannie" spend-
ing a lot of spare time skating. His interest in girls and
vice-versa is known to all.
If Mickey starts talking about world affairs, you'd better
EMl'LY MARGARET WENRICH
2402 Woodvale Avenue
Activities:--Qrchestra 2, 3, 4' String Ensemble 45
Clubs:-Glee Club l, 21 Girls Chorus 4: Singing Club 4.
Wie hope to be able to Fav, "l kncw her", when Emily and
her violin reach the great concert stages.
l973 Fairview Street
Clubs:--Hi-Y: Penn Post.
visiting in Pennsicle.
lunior Playg Senior Play.
As the "Disney" o. our cass
ns anclwitty remarks. This senior may often be found
Dance Orchestra 4.
DEBORAH KURATH WENTZEL
Stony Creek Mills
Activities:-Refreshment Committee Chairman Senior Doggie Raastc
Decoration Committee for School Dance.
' 4 Pla for
Clubs:-Shop Club l: Dramatic 3: Book 2: Home Economic J: y
P T. A. 2.
Sports:-fllrack 2, lnter-class Basketball 2.
Bridge, dancing, and roller skating occupy Debby's leisurm
time. She also spends much time with a certain boy.
F l , Norman amuses us with his
C. LEE WILLMAN
" Imr "
Clubs:-Ping-Pong Club 2: Hunting and Fishing 2, 3.
Fond of hunting and fishing, Lee is also a great
politician. l-le got plenty of practice as one of Mt. Penn s
INA LOUISE ZIEBER
Activities:-Girl Reserves 3. 4: Booster Club 35 Camera Club 3: Book
Ever smiling, fair-haired, lna. beams on all. If you don't scc
her reading a book, she is on a hike.
LOUISE MARIE ZIPF
Sl l North Twenty-fifth Street, Pennsicle
Activities:--Chorus Z. 31 Pageant 25 Senior and junior Class Playg
Clubs:--Dramatic Club 3. 4: Shop Club 2: Girl Reserves 3.
Louise's line dramatic ability should win her fame. She
proved this by her splendid performance in "lVlarcheta" She
may frequently be found driving to Bern township H ' ' h-
. ere s wls
ing her success in every thing that she may undertake.
What Would Happen li .
Agnes Allen would' keep the same hair style?
Vincent Aulenbach did his own German?
Sarah Bressler would behave?
Alton Bingaman would talk in class?
Betty E-rown had eyes for anyone but Norman Stone?
john Briner fell in love?
Gladys Cook paid attention in office practice class?
Fred Christian stopped his blushing?
Nellie Dease lost her make-up?
Garvin Dechant ever smoked a cigarette?
Ethel Dietrick coulcl'n't chase a "Scotty"?
Philip DeTurck ever Hflunkedi' trigonometry?
,lean Dengler lost her dimples?
Mary Dengler made trouble in school?
Jane Diener wouldn't be studious?
james Boas did something tor a change?
Margaret Everhart would make up her mind?
Amos Fick could run?
Philip Freshwater would agree with so eone- besides himself?
Rose Galt would ever talk out of tum?
Leroy Gerth didn't know his problems?
June Gehring stopped going to Garman's?
Harry Hauder couldn't pitch?
Helen Hafer were more modern?
Frank Hayes lost his car?
Loretta Halbeisen would take a hint?
Carl Heim became a minister?
ndricksorfs boy friend didn't show up?
Roswell Hill lost his accent?
Geraldine Hilbert came to school in overalls?
Paul Himmelberger mislaid his army pants?
Isabelle Horning were late for school?
james Kase really studied in class?
jane Killian won a jitterbug contest?
George Kline missed a show?
Lucille Kline asserted herself?
Mary ,lane Koch were elected "Miss Readingn?
Harold Knechtle stopped annoying Sarah Bressler?
Anna Lease lost her wittiness?
Paul Leiribach would dance on his own feet?
Janet Leinbach wouldn't make the honor roll?
Charles Loeb came to lite? iw
lgolly Lerch clidn't get the autographs she went after
au Lorah wouldn't blush?
Kathryn Lesher had to stop singing? -
Bruce Malsnee won himself a senior girl?
What Would Happen lf . .
Emily Nlalsnee wouldn't have her chemistry homework finished?
Robert lVlcCullough did'n't have a team to manage?
.lane Miller couldn't spell?
jacob Meyers could stay in the library one period?
Dorothy Moorshead didn't hold a class office?
Jane Moyer wouldn't have Anna Lease to argue with?
Helen Mull would walk home from school?
Charles Nein would open his mouth?
Jeanette Orth didn't make her weekly trips to Philadelphia?
Eugene O'Brien didn't have ads to go after?
Mary Louise Poeltinger had a quarrel with D. Shollenberger?
llse Proger couldn't go to Swing Session?
lVlarie Ouinter talked louder?
Edwin Reed would shrink?
Arleen Reuther were barred from the St. Lawrence Community Hall?
Robert Richter ever bought his own cigarettes?
Jean Riffert didn't have a Ford to drive?
William Ritter got a new car?
Martha Ritter would be low scorer in a basketball game?
Kenneth Robinson d'idn't have a friend Joe?
Betty Ruth were not seen in that certain blue Ford?
Russell Roth became an assistant editor?
Bertram Ruttenberg were not in style?
Elizabeth Seiz started a rumpus in class?
George Scott weren't in an accident?
Ardell Sell taught school?
Kenneth Sell would "cut-up" in Mr. I,.arson's class?
Dorothy Shollenberger missed her swims at the NYU?
Haldane Seyler called out the wrong number at "Bingo"?
Dorothy Steigerwalt gave the boys a chance?
Will.iam Shellenberger stayed up late at night while in training?
Elsie Stump turned' "cut--upn ?
james Steinman did something in English class?
Ethel Swavely regained her "nerve" in salesmanship?
Robert Sweitzer would grow up?
Eleanore' Xvalkner lost Ralph?
Daniel Vanpelt could jitterbug?
Emily Wenrich couldn't play the violin?
Harold Wanamaker lost his appeal?
Deborah Wentzel missed her Saturday night date?
lna Zeiber lost her ability?
Lee Willnian had to stay off the farm?
Louise Zipf didn't have "Sonny"?
Raymond Teichman lost his artistic touch?
Norman Whitt chased foul balls?
Vifhen we, the wlihirty-ninersf' entered the ninth grade in the fall of
1935, we numbered about 75. Our homeroom teachers were Miss Trostel,
Mr. Taylor, and Mr. Larson. That year we showed we were a power to be
reckoned with in the field of athletics, winning the interclass basketball, base-
ball. and track championships, led by Bill Shellenberger, who had already
begun to display his athletic prowess. Vlfe also discovered Egelman's Park
in our freshman year and made it the scene of our first "doggie" roast.
Our sophomore year saw an increase in social affairs. Our class advisers
were Miss Trostel, Mr. Sterner. and Mr. Stutzman. A "doggie" roast was
held in the fall at the Tower Hotel, and during the winter the class had its
first party in the library. This occasion will linger in the memories of most
of us as the time when someone put chalk in the punch, a prank which wasn't
discovered' until the bowl had been emptied. ln the spring of our sophomore
year we held a dance in the gym with music by the "Stardust Revelersf' This
eve-nt was a huge success and added considerably to the class treasury. Sev-
eral members of the class also did active work on the staff of the
newly organized Penn Post.
ln the fall of I937, the class of '39 entered its junior year, larger in
numbers and richer in wisdom. This year was marked by increased participa-
tion in school affairs by members of the class. An active part was taken in
the new Girl Reserves and Hi-Y clubs by many of us, and the staff of the Penn
Post was composed almost entirely of "Thirty-niners" at the end' of the year.
This year also saw the institution of class government with Russell Roth as
presidentg Carl Heim, vice-president: and llse Proger, secretary. ln the spring,
we presented a play, "Campus Quarantine," which was a great artistic and
When the members of the class of '39 reported to school for their final
year, they numbered 92 and were the largest senior 'class the school had ever
seen. The "Thirty-niners' " class advisers during their Final. fling at high school
life were Mr. Sharetts, Mr. liaylor, Mr. George, and Mr. Stump. New class of-
ficers were chosen at the beginning of the year with Carl Heim as presidentg Bill
Shellsjnberger, vice'-president: Dot Moorshead, secretary, and jim Boas.
treasurer. On October 7 the class held a "doggie roast" at Egelman's Park,
and in December followed up this affair with a dance held' in the school gym.
ln the month of December we gave our class play, "Marcheta," which was,
without a doubt. the first really large-scale theatrical production ever to be
attempted by any group in the high school. Needless to say, the presentation
was a success.
ln addition to its other senior year achievements, the class of '39 was
responsible for turning the Penn Post into a bi-monthly news organ and' an
extremely profitable enterprise: and for publishing this yearbook, which we
hope will show Mt. Penn High School to good advantage.
But as all good things inevitably will, our senior year drew rapidly to
a close. The month of May, however, held the two greatest and most im-
portant fto usl affairs of the year: the Senior Prom and the Commencement
Pageant. The Prom was held at the Reading Country Club in May and proved
to be an exciting and extremely successful climax to a year of unforgettable
events. The Commencement Pageant. a different type of graduation program
was presented May 26, and brought to a close, in a very impressive manner,
the high school careers of nearly a hundred young men and women.
L fl 'Y
IDM 'Q 5- lgw,
'fgf ii 71 mmmqxw
QE if 111 fl .E
' IT 0
.tg E Q41 W
1 min, ik -svn 'I
'IFS' '-Q13 N-gm Vu
f"' 'V m 'fyigne
if M .Egg
img, A J'
I 4 rl
a 1-4! had
P , 'Q' Z?"
ai at J C
, I' ,
,A ftf-' 'lf
Tgalzfx... M IJ' , W' Y fi'
,A - ""'2, "1 . ' '1
Ma' 2 kk 1' if Tl aj' "
-mg' ,f 'X f ' Q,':1 3 Q L
M33 ,J dy A. A+ Jn ,
we Qu, .' - .L r 1 W
.5 v 44- l. Nl MC , XV,
pq' fx lj 'rg' 5 Yi: ' N Y XX ' .M V!
nf If ,L 53 , " M
in if ,rf m "A, ff
1' -. I 1' - "-' .
'L X' fx' -,f I 1' ax
,af if ' ip!!! mf. V I '
1:-z--,ff yin Wa.. ' WV, I' : - ww A N
115 .lu ' .1 1, ,V 5, ', ,
JVPA Anti ff. " 17,434-is a f g 'i"1 '- V 'uf I1-L,
2 Q ' 1' ' f -lf '
'LV 7' ggi!!! x ii , '
gl, an ,."M.:3,,.ml'a ,WJ ,ww
:f.a-fgf ,.-!,'u.yu 2.-.ML gg I 5 f ,. ' nh
ff 25'f,:' y.:"'4,1!l! 'g1.,,4, W , MTI , M1
afzffa. ' Q
'sf , W int, .Q WM u m J ,Til
f ff' , A' 1' X A L,-.' """ 1 I, 1 ' lr .
H 4: ' ' ' ' V2sl,'Ql ,bg -' 1 W , '- 'Q' X,
, ,: f ,v f 1 f -N "' 1, "aw - 1 f
V. yu f V, 1 If 'VJ win- ,Q , ,R xl- V 'Q fy 'MVA
' - 5' ,,yf ' 'fff ' mth M -, 'Nu -Q 'f 4 N
, ., ' p Af ' L ' 1 . -X ,
I 'fl' 'ff' ifg" Q'mfL1,il-l N Na ' "' -
,I hVl .y I, .,,l7:1.A l, , X .,'
N bv' ffl? - '
v 'ff 1-'UM .,
p wi! ' 'f:?,,ffqf7 mf. -7- f ',w-..,, 41.4 : 11 - - Lg -54
A 1. .f A ,,!,f'f!fl'fj! -' ' -igr -A-' ' 'A --Y--1
Iwi 1 A M!1j.le,,1t,,
, 'fllahff i
. AFM MQ' if 3 br
f f' W 1 , 'A-+1
, N- ix' X '
,mf as- ml W 1 W 5'
QM. J inn., A .-.
uilillnih QA 'I ' f5 'E1i-??Iz2',Hliil525i2'iiES?TL ' x f!3k,Kli' ' '
Faculty Advisorwr Miss Trostel, Miss Mertz, Nhss Kremer
Class President: Richard Houck
Faculty Advise-rs: Miss Levan. Mr. Wentzel
Class President: Tom McDonough
F I Xdvisors: Miss Eabb, M
F:-xcul1V Advisors. Mr. Stutzman. Mr. Larshn
Faculty Advisor: Miss Griesemer
.2 14 ,, h.
Q fagx -
, 'W A ""
WLLZQ. 3 Q :
inn-QQ, gpllg. '-
Sponsnri Miss Kremer President: Use Proszer
Sponsor: Mr. Sharetts President: Wm. Shellenberger
NATIGNAL HONOR SCCIETY
Sponsor: Miss Ludwig
Coach: Miss Ludwig'
PENN PQST STAFF
Snflpsoff Mr. Tavlor
Editors: Rus-wll Rath Philip Fr'-Shwater
MT' PENN PLAYERS
Sponsor: Miss Trostefl
President: Raymond Batastini
SENIOR PLAY CAST
Director: Miss Trostel
JUNIOR PLAY CAST
Director : Miss Levi-in
Director: Mr. Ice
' 5 Q 'I
A M A Director: Mr. Ice
Directfurz Miss Ramsey
X' V ,.. , - , .-, V-, ., . .Y .,,, .Hi ,
Mt. Penn's Year ln Sports
Tllfi School Year of i938-39 turned out to be an excellent one for Mt. Penn
Penn High School s athletic aggregations.
. Heading the parade, came soccer: which team, although only finishing
in fourth place in its league, had the honor of defeating the Vvyomissing
champions on their own field, 3-2, in an exceptionally well-played contest.
,lhe most thrilling game of the season, however, was Mt. Penn's 4-0 shellack-
ing of Wilson High on a rain-soaked field with Harold Wanamaker and Dick
Heim racking up the counters which downed the Presidents. The players
lost to the team by graduation are: Captain Bill Shellenberger, Harold
Xvanamaker, Carl l-leim, Harry Hauder, Eugene O'Brien, Bruce Malsnee, Paul
Leinbach, Bill Ritter, and' Roswell Hill.
Basketball then made its appearance. with the varsity having a success-
ful season and finishing in third place in their league, winning I0 games and
losing 4. The boys displayed their best form against Mohnton, defeating the
Panthers, 33-32, and putting them out of the running for the Berks Scholastic
Championship. Those seniors who played their last basketball. for M. P. H.
this year are: Captain Bill Shellenberger, Paul Leinbach, Vincent Aulenbach,
and ,lames Kass.
The l. Vfs came through with the best season anv team could' wish to
have, capturing the junior Varsity championship of their league and entering
the finals for the county crown. in the playoffs, they defeated the Wyomissing
reserves, 32-lS, and the Kutztown V.'s, 36-25, to garner the Berks County
junior Varsity Championship.
The girls' basketball team also finished with flying colors, annexing the
championship of their league by dint of exceptional. play throughout the season,
and a 30-l9 victory over ilvlohnton. The lassies will lose the services of
Captain Betty Brown, Martha Ritter, and Sarah Bressler, through graduation.
The track team, at the time of this writing, looks like one of the best,
if not the best, that Mt. Penn has ever had. ln the annual Shillington Cross-
Country Run, the Mountaineer harriers, who are only experiencing their second'
year of varsity competition, were runners-up to Birdsboro, the victor. Then
in their first track and field contest, a dual meet with Muhlenberg, the Mounts
emerged with a decisive victory in which Malsnee, Shellenberger, and Wana-
maker starred. Several weeks later, at the Albright Invitation Meet, Mt.
Penn took third place. with the aforementioned performers again scintillating,
each copping first place in his specialty. 'Witl'. such an auspicious start, it looks
as though Mt. Penn's track team will go far this year! The following Senior
boys and girls will compete for the last time this year: Bill Shellenberg, Bruce
i , l-larold Vlfanamaker, Art Knabb, Roswell Hill. Harold Knechtle, Ken-
neth Sell, Bill Ritter, Carl I-leim, Betty Brown, and ,lean Riffert.
The Mounts are looking forward to one of their most successful baseball
seasons this year with a seasoned array ready to take to the diamond. Built
around the veteran moundsmen. Bill. Shellenberger and' Harry Hauder, big
things are expected of the Mountaineer nine this year. The following are the
seniors, who will be making their last appearance on the diamond for Mt.
Penn: Vincent Aulenbach, Philip DeTu'rck, Amos Fick, Carl l-leim, Harry
l-lander, Harold Knechtle, Paul Leinbach, Bill Ritter, and Bill Shellenberger.
Coach: Mr. Haslev
Captain: Bill Shellenbcrgcr
BOYS' BASKETBALL TEAM ' i
Coach: Mr. Hasley
Caotainz Bill Shellenbcrger
GIRLS' BASKETBALL TEAM and CHEERLEADERS
C h- M' G'
nas , Iss rxesemr-r
Captain' Betty Brown
-. x, " ,1
S L, 1 L
'li BASEBALL TEAM
Coach: Mr. Husley
Captain' Bfll Shelle-nberger
Coaches: Mr. Hasley, Miss Griesemer
Captaivs: Bill Shellenbergcr. Betty Brown
X3fEiiURXH3eiNH3i.'fX 'f' ' N 'WE-QPE. ' ' i? 1471 KMTXNNHH
LUTZ FUNERAL HCDME
s 2100 PERKIOMEN AVENUE
I. ELMER LUTZ
2 DIAL 7121
II IIIIIIIIIIII llllllllllI!!lllllI!IllllllllllIIIIWIKIIllIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllll lillillllllllllIlllllllIIllllllllllIllllllllllllllIllllllllllllll lllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllIIIlllllllllllllIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllll
MT. PENN DINER
OPEN 24 HOURS :ov PARKING FOR 75 CARS
EDGAR E. KEGERISE
It costs you nothing to consult
WARREN P. RUTH DECQRATOR
113 North 23rd Street
MT. PENN, PA.
"And where we love is home,
Home where our feet may leave,
But not our hearts."
Home makers and home lovers--may enjoy a
happy life with its durable satisfactions, when
harmony and contrast of color in the home
blend into a perfect whole for balance ol'
The Famous Eating Place
Established 1911-On the Square
and Pastry Shop
537-47 PENN STREET
CLIFTQN Q. HQDLEY
2573 PERKIOMEN AVE.
MT. PENN, READING, PA.
Efvenings by Appointment
109 NORTH N INTH STREET
REFRIGERATORS RADIOS RANGES CLEANERS
General Electric General Electric General Electric General Electric
Stewart Warner Stewart Warner Westinghouse Royal
THOR, MAYTAG and AUTOMATIC WASHERS and IRONERS
WELLER APPLIANCE CO.
2433 PERKIOMEN AVE.
Mt. Penn, Reading, Pa.
3I South Reading Avenue DIAL 2-5049
EOYERTOWN, PA. ---- Dial 400 DAY or NIGHT
You'l1 Be Sure To Like
RAILWAY co. MILK
S T U M P' S
MT. PENN MEAT MARKET
lllllIIllllllIlllllllllllilllllIIIII IIIHillIIIIlllllllllllIIIlllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIlIlllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll .0
YUENGLINGHS ICE CREAM
MORE and MORE STUDENTS
MT. PENN HIGH SCHOOL
are coming to
McCann Sched of Business
546 COURT STREET- mA1., 2-2301
CII,-XRLES R. MCCANN, Ph.B., P1'6.fl'l1'6llf
M INNIE ALNIACK MCCANN, A.B., I'rinm'pal
COMPLIMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS OF 3
A FRIEND MT. PENN BINGO
DCLLY MADISON ICE CREAM
5 "Delz'ciou.vly Diferrfnfu E
E DIAMONDS-JEVVELRY Berks County Stvle E
E WATCHES Meals Served Daily 3
E Reautfiul Gifts of Sterling Silver L Sz M Luncheonette E
Q EXPERT REPAIRINC. 2
E 23rd and Perkinmen Avenue
5 619 PENN STREET MT- PENN, PA- 3
5 PHONE 3-9I25 g
CONSIDER WASI-ITNGTONS DILEMMA
E ln a letter to John West, January l3th, l775, George Washington wrote: 5
E "What with my own business, my present ward's, my mother's which is wholly in my E
E hands, Colonel Colville's, Mrs. Savage's, Colonel Fairfax's and the little assistance I have E
E undertaken to give in the management of my brother Augustine! concerns ffor l have 5
E absolutely refused to qualify as an executor, l have been kept constantly engaged in writ- -3
E ing letters. settling accounts and negotiating one piece of business or another, by which E
E means l have really been deprived of every kind of enjoyment."
S lf you have nominated or plan to nominate a relative or friend as your executor and 5
E trustee, are you aware of the burden vou are imposing? Washington found it distracting E
: in l775, and today the problem to an individual is far more complex. E
5 When you appoint the MT. PENN TRUST COMPANY, you avoid placing on any one E
E person the responsibilities of estate management. with many details of accounting and E
5 bookkeeping. Our Trust Department is organized to do this at a cost no greater than E
E allowed an individual and is experienced in every held of estate management. E
E Do not hesitate to call at our Department with your Trust problems. E
MT. PENN TRUST COMPANY
S YOUR COMMUNITY BANK 5
E Style Center For Men E
E and Young Men
2 ' CldEVROlJliT 2
5 SALES and SERVICE 5
WALTER IQNES Rep2fQ'piiilnffiniiiiniilififme
2 717 PCM Sffffef CCCDYEAR TIRES 5
0:4iiZlIIIIIIIIKIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllillllIllllIIIllllllIIIIIIIllllllIIlllllIIllllIllIllIIIIIIlllllUllIIIIlllllllllllIIIIIllllllIIillllllllllllllllllllll I T
IDELIVEFLV SERVICE F
'W . PA' I 1..
GASOLINE FLEETWING MOTOR on
CR ATING 3rd SHCI SPRUCE ST. DeIive1y Service IIOWARD BLWPD.
STORAGE READING. PA. Dial 3-9740 MT. PENN, PA.
'flcwclry of thc Better Sort
I. F. QPPLE
I ..xNc,xs'1'Ek, PA.
Qufzffly St'l"l'l.f't' f SIll'I..I'flIl7fI'0l1
CI.,IiANERS and DYERS
A Personalized DRY CLEANING
SERVICE For Your CIotI1es
T If X T O N E
Our ExcIusive, Super Quality Process,
Vffhich Makes Clothes Look Better
and Wear Longer.
We Invite You To Visit Our
New, Modern PI:-xnt
DIAL 4-303 5
STONY CREEK MILLS, PA.
g 2227 Perkiomen Avenue
The Peer of Them fill
SSI-53-55 North 10th Street
5- Reading, Pa.
E DIAL 4-I547 NIGHT CALLS 2-9647 H , , L , H
E A ol ll Iwzfl, B111 Il P0011
ws-,Y Rvrzzwrzlfw' . . . only
U:,Ji3 mfa:m2v10 Y R Y I S
I " 'Iii' N' ,I ,-
I IIE' I .1 can ohfer vou
Q ill. I E Q V K"
m l 'PTUWI 1 A
'xl RX S gugnves r.'Lsq,,T sf 6
More people in
Berks County eat
This exclusive process is included in
your DeLuxe Dry Cleaning Service at
NO EXTRA COST TO YOU!
D . ,
CLEANSERS AND UYER3
B R E RD U 0 0
than any other kind! DIAL 733'
E MARVIN FOREMAN
CON STRU CTION
Estimates Cheerfully Given
412 WYOMISSING BOULEVARD
BERKSHIRE HEIGHTS, PA.
SPORTING GOODS STORE
64-I Penn Street
TENNIS. GOLF, BASEBALL, FOOTBALL
AND ATHLETIC SUPPLIES
KODAKS, MOVIE CAMERAS
AND PHOTO SUPPLIES
llll IlllllIIKIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllIIIlllllllllllllIlllllllIIIIIllImlllllIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIKJIIIIHIIIIII IIIIIllllllIIIlIIIIlllllllIDIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllIIIlllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllIllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII
Typewriters Adding Machines
Sold-Rented-Repaired MT PEYN PX
Experl Repair Service DIAL 2-Min
0- Hauling and Excavating
Building Stone and Sands
For All Purposes.
103 NORTH 6TH STREET
More than a
V id,,, , E
HALF CENTURY L
0 Sha Ity cm ewzce
- t,di I
5 I ST. LA W RENCE
E REASONABLE RENTALS i ARMSTRCSNGI GOLD SEAL 5
E HOLLYWOOD APARTMENTS II UNO'-EUM CONCOLEUM E
Readinyu Newest and M051 i A ' , ,E
.Mode1'n Apartment Buildings l
lg Floor Covering Co.
U ALL ELECTRIC' ' DIAL 3-B343
ALOISIMAYER 851 PENN STREET
2575 PERKIOMEN AVE., MT PENN
' READING PA.
DIAL 2-4352 or 3-7916 -
6 IllllillIIllllllllIIIIIIKIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIllllllIIIIlllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIllIlllllllIIIIUIIIli!lIIIIIllIIIlllllIIIIllIIIIllllllIlllllllIIIIIIIIlllllllIIlIIllllIIIIIIIIIIllilllllllllllllllllIllllllllllfj
Q W WHITT HAROLD E. BOONE
2 ' ' ELECTRICAL E
2 WATCHQQgQgEgQIIEWELER CONTRACTOR
A Bettgr Job at Lower Price. Myers Water Svsfems S
All Work Guaranteed. DIAL 4-4I70
27 SOUTH FIFTH STREET STONY CREEK IVIILLS, PA. 3
READING. PA. CUAL
QMQZING SELF - IIIVIINO G A Q
I RQNGES WIN NEW FREEDGM
Modcrnize Your Kitchen Xlfith Gas.
S C Gr C 3
Phone 4-I ISI 441 Penn Street ,
DIAL 2-9l2I ETABLISHED IN l880 E
2 SULPHUR VAPOR BATIIE We Cf1ffF0"f1f1ffDfl1'1'ff' 5
for LADIES and MEN Q, F, TI-HRY S
528 W.-XLNUT STREET 922 SIIQEET
5 Plant:-STONY CREEK MILLS, PA.
E Mr' and Mrs- WOGTIS Qualify Ifork--Lofw IJ1'l.I7L'.f
BrancI'es: 402 PENN AVE., WEST READING :
Izoz N. I0th sT., READING, PA. E
'DIIlllllIIIlllIllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIU Illllllllllll llllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIUIlllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllIIlllllllllllllIIIIIIIQIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIII!IIIIllIIUIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllo
L- H' SASS-'WAN I. W. LEINBACH
' GROCERIES and
GREEN GOODS 1-IA RDWAR15
Our llfolfo 2-SERVICE
3 THE QUALITY STORE 2234 PEIQIQIIIAIEN AVENUE
E DIAL 3-0IOI
E N1 . P'.'f F. fi 9,
5 MT. PENN, PA' I T ENN, RLADINC, I I
E Mr. and Mrs. Frmd A. Howard Mr. and Mrs. Ammon L, De Turck
2 Mr. and Mrs. Leon Leinbach Mr. and' Mrs. W. Ralph High
E Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Holland MY- William S. Sterner
E Mr. and Mrs. Fred Knechtle, Jr. Mr' and MTS- R- Stuart Stump
Mr. and Mrs. William H' Gehring Mr. and Mrs. Herbert O. Robinson
S Mr. Raymond B' Quimer Mr and Mrs. Wm. H. Bernsau
: Mrs. Raymond Hilbert
E Mr. and' Mrs. Earl Hafer
2 Mr. and Mrs. George Ruttenberg
E Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Proger
Q Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Roth
E Mr. ,Iohn Brown
E Mr. and Mrs. Albert H. Moorshead
E Miss Eva Bressler
5 Mrs. Nettie I. Moyer
E Mrs. C. Josephine Mover Boas
EE' Mr. and Mrs. Harry Scott
E Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Steinman
Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Koch
E Mr. and' Mrs. George E. Christian
- Dr. and Mrs. R. K. Reeder
E Mr. and Mrs. l.c-:Roy B. Diener
Q Mr. and Mrs Roscoe H. Ward
Mr. and Mrs. William Sweitzer
Q Mr. and Mrs. Earl. Malsnee
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Schweitzer
Miss Anna LeVan
Miss Marian Kremer
Miss Iohanna Mertz
and Mrs. Norman Taylor
and Mrs. Ernest L. Barth
and Mrs. Lloyd Sharetts
Mr. and Mrs. Larson
Miss M. Elizabeth Trostel
Miss Catherine Ramsay
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob D. Wentzel
Mr. and Mrs. Thurlow Hasley
Miss Miriam Griesemer
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Stutzman
Miss Doris K. Tice
Mr. and Mrs Melvin Godshall
Miss Dorothy Faust
and Mrs. T. K. Leinbach
and Mrs. George W. Dauth
and Mrs. Thomas Toole
- Adam wore no clothes.
E but you should Wear
E one of our suits.
g 820 PENN S'I'REE'I'
Teach Your Dollars To Have
More Cents By Buying
Your IvIUSICAL Goons 1t
425 SCHUYLIQILL AVE
E READING, PA. DIAL 3-I I I4
IIllIIIIIZIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllf IllllIIIIllIIIIlIIIIIMIIIIIlllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII lllll III! IIII1IHHIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIII lllll HIII lllli Illllllllllllllllll IIUIIIIIIIII IIIlllllllIllilllIIIIIIIIIIIItlllllllllllllll
INC' ZIPF' S
IIIILI - , ,
Hmbtu mm LANIJIESEIIIIIcsIIfTS
NEW and USED t of
PA RTS I 920 PENN STREIQT
ATLAS BATTERIES and
TIRES and TUBES ACCESSORIES I
HQLMANS St. Lawrence
E330 STATION Community Halt
HOWARD BOULEVARD, MT. PENN
just Off the Viaduct Opp. New Diner L. R. BORTZ
"BUD" DOWNEY Lubrication Specialist BQQVVIIING Bl IIIIIA 11138
Formerly at 3rd and Oley Sts.
CARS CALLED FOR and DELIVERED If-If CjI'l'lH7l, Sofl 1JrI'nle.I-, Yblmf-I-f,
24-HOUR SERVICE-PHONE 3-9685
For Ucpcmtflble I1lCfX'l1Eeeeee-ee
The Master Stoker"
FRANK YODER, Inc.
2230 PERKIOMEN AVENUE
DIAL 2-I37I RESIDENCE 3.8007
llIIIIlI"'IIlllllllllllllll!lI!llIItlllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIKIHIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIllIIIIIIIIllIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIllIllIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIJIZ IlllillIIllllHIlIIIIIIIIIIII IHIIII
IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIllIIIIIIIllIll!IIIIIIIIIIIll!IllllllllIllllIIIIIIIIIIIIKlllIlllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIIIJIIIIIIIIIIIIKIIIIIIIIIII IIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllIIIIKlIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllll .0
COAL and FEED
When your ear runs dry-
STONY CREEK MILLS, PA.
Office Service Co.
WALTER E. DIETRICH, Proprietor
Underwood and Royal Portable
IIS NORTH SIXTH STREET
GAS and OIL
.I ACKSONWALD, PENNA.
It Pays To Come Here Often
l763 PERKIONIEN AVE.
WE DELIVER DIAL 5664
LESTER A. WALTERS
CONSCIENTIOUS AUTOMOBILE SERVICE
INIOBILGAS and MOBILOIL
22nd and Howard Blvd.
lllllllllllllll KJI IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllIIII llllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIllllllllllllIIUIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllIIIIIll!IIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIII I II!IIIIIIIIIIIIKIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIII
PHOTOGRAPHS FOR THIS BOOK
7A NORTH SIXTH STREET
Photographs of Individucdity
0' lllllllllIIIIlllllllllllllllllIIllllIIlHUIIlllllIIIll!!IlllllIIlllllilllllIIllllllllllIlllllllllllllllll lllllllllIIllilllllmII'ImmUIIIIllllmlllllllllllllllll IIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIHII III!! IIIUIZIIIlllllliflIHHIIIIIIIUIII
IIllUIIIIIIIlIIIlllllllllllllllnilllllIilllllllll IIIIIII lllll IIIIIMIIIIIIllllIllIlllIlIIIllIIIIlllIIIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIllIIIIIIIIl!!IIIIIIIIIIIIllIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllll IIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIII IIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIKIHIIIIIIIIIII
506 PENN STREET, READING, PA.
BADGES - BUTTONS - RIBBONS
Printers of the Penn Alma
IIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllll BI lllllllllllllllll Kill ll lllflllll Illllllllllll llllll Hlllllllllll Illlllllli Elllullllllllllllllllllllllllllflll Illllllllllll Ilflllllllllllllullllllllllllullllllllllllllllllllllllllflllli
1 'f' 'x . v ' , :'1'1E'," a,:fe.'f', -'Pr - "N"
Suggestions in the Mount Penn Lower Alsace Joint High School - Penn Alma Yearbook (Reading, PA) collection:
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today!
Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly!
Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.
Material on this website is protected by copyright laws of the United States and international treaties.
No protected images or material on this website may be copied or printed without express authorization.