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

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Penn High School Mt. penn pennsylvania ALMA MATER Proudly waves old Mount Dennis emlolem Blaclc and Grange Fairl Floats triumphant in the breezes, No dishonor there. Student days have fondest mem'ries: Comrades here We stand As our troth to Alma Mater pledge we hand in hand. From thy halls, dear Alma Mater, We, at length, must part, But thy mem'ry shall not perish From a students heart. Far away on life's broad highway All shall fortune try, Still our loving hearts shall cherish Thoughts of Mount Penn l-lighl THE HALL Through this hall in our school have passed teachers and hundreds oflstudents who have helped to make our school one of the best in scholarship, in ath- letics and in citizenship. TROPHY CASE The contents of this case represent all the coveted cups won by Mt. Penn in the Fields of scho- lastic and athletic endeavor. One of the most recent ad- ditions is a trophy for our second consecu- tive county basket- ball championship. SHOW CASE The show case, at the south end of the main hall, represents a cross section of students in art, crafts, manual training and home economics. l l i wi ii li l i li? Eli lii l, ij, lil lil ll ilfl i,l ill lllu :ij MW il i ll l l lil ldl ni' liillvc i t noir, l,---- c ,H l AUDITORIUM This auditorium, con- tainingoneolthelargest stages in the county, was added to the school in 1939. It has a seating capacity of one thousand and is the center of all the major activities in Mt. Penn. Luc ,cc o.ot, so SIDE ENTRANCE This entrance is better known as the Filbert Street entrance and is used by those students whose home rooms are on the second Floor. FRONT ENTRANCE Familiar to everyone is this entrance thru which all pass For school activities, learning and inspiration, acvaauoacf .... In this, our year book, we strive to cherish all -the old Friendships and fond remembrances oi: our years together. May the future serve to strengthen and preserve that which has meant so much to us, the class of 1942. L . s i STAFF ADVISOR X Ole rx P- vY"c"o P95 we F506 05 TYPIST BUSINESS MGR. TYPIST CO-ART EDITORS 40 445. SPORTS SPORTS PHOTOGRAPHER FEATURES FEATURES '90 044 D Ofv Us 1 1 1 11 11g 11 1 1 1 1 . . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 'I I. 1 1 I I 1 1 H ,1 11 1 1 M To Mr. R. Stuart Stump, we,'the class of 1942, dedicate this, our year book, in sincere ap- preciation of his untiring ellort, profound knowledge, and pleasant manner. l-lis years but young, but his experience old, l'lis head unmellovved, but his judgment ripe, l-le is complete' in Feature and in mind, With all good grace to grace a gentleman. -Shakespeare ADVISOR VICE PRESIDENT STUDENT COUNCIL These student representatives lorm a governing body which serves as a mediator betvveen students, faculty and administration. They are responsible lor the box in the library into which students may place suggestions lor improvement ol the school. l-lall monitors, appointed every six vveel4s by the council, help to lceep order in the halls and lunch rooms. The advisor is Mr. Stutzman, the olticers are: Allan Cohan, President, Wendell Ward, Vice- President, William Reichard, Secretary-Treasurer. First rovv: reading from left to right-f-Allan Cohan, Caryl Leinbach, Helen Smith, Virginia Woerle, Janet Behm, Sarah Jane Meclc, Mr. Stutzman. Second row: reading from left to right' -William Mayers, Robert Koch, Wendell Ward, William Reichard, Marcus Claster, Frank Howard, Richard Bieber, Paul Ward. PRESIDENT SECRETARY TREASURER .ng Sl ':7!: 11.5 Sis .gi fr.. ,:'-'S .F . .'-'b 3. 1' 1.- nm 'a arf" ,rf 1573 312 .gs ,., :V-0 :Fl '55, ,,:. 2511 iff: cm ,..,, T., sq, 1.94 u-,.. ... , 1 I-4 v -:Ii Q-1: 5. his HQ V-S ,115 15 3 in P 25 Hi ka I '45 'M if .. :J gf? T: 1 .., LS arg: Q . on rl' ' ':'. ' . -.z. . :,J. fl . . ., uf. 1 -.1 .,, . x BOARD OF EDUCATION Top row: Thomas K. Leinbach, Ernest L, Barth, W. Ralph High. Bottom row: Edwin F. Palm, Fred A. Howard, William H. Bernsau. The Board of Education of the Mount Penn School District is headed by Mr, Fred A. Howard, President, and Mr. William H. Berrisau, Vice-President. Mr. Ernest L. Barth acts as Treasurer, while Messrs. W. Ralph High and Thomas K. Leinbach are the remaining members of the Board, the secretarial work is done by Edwin E. Palm. MR. WARD TO THE CLASS OF 194QH You have reached only the First "mile stone" when you have graduated from Mount Penn High School. May the lessons you have learned here help you to master each task you encounter in the years to come. l wish you success and happiness in whatever position in life it may be your fortune to achieve. EMMA J. REINBOLD. AMY V. WALKER English Typing, Shorthand B. A, Lebanon Valley College B. S. Cedar Crest College U Pennsylvania State College "With quiet efficiency she reaches t A good nature is always a great her goal." attribute. " "imma Q 3 ADA GOSSLER Social Studies B. A. Albright College "An intensity intliving and a passion for actingf ELLEN ANDERSON Law, Bookkeeping, Typing, Salesmanship B. S. Bloomsburg Teachers College Columbia University "A merry heart makes a cheerful countenance. ' J. NORMAN TAYLOR Business English, Office Practice Consumer's Math, Junior Business Training B. S. University of Pennsylvania Temple University Pennsylvania State College "Brevity is the soul of wit V JACOB D. WENTZEL English B. A. Franklin 84 Marshall College M. A. Columbia University "Wisdom denotes the pursuing of the best ends by the best means. JOSEPH EVANCHO Art and Crafts B. S. Kutztovvn State Teachers Co ege M. Ed. Pennsylvania State College "Art is the right hand of Nature." JOHN H. SEIFARTH Industrial Arts B. S. Pennsylvania State College "Nothing is impossible to in- dustryf' ELVA D. LUDWIG Librarian, English B. S. Millersville State Teachers College, Dulce University Pennsylvania State College. "A taste for books is the pleasure and glory of my life." ELISABETH KERLING Vocal Music, English B. S. lthaca College "Music has charms alone for peaceful minds. MRS. MARY MOHR Mathematics and Science B. S. Columbia Teachers College "Good actions give strength to ourselves'and inspire good action in others. ' CARRIE C. BABB Social Studies B. S. Kutztown State Teachers College. M. A.Teachers College, Columbia University. "A gay, serene spirit is the source of all that is good." THU RLOW A. -HASLEY Health, Physical Education B. P. Ed. Springfield College University of Rochester "Good sportsmanship is the basis of a good character." MIRIAM G. GRIESEMER Health, Physical Education B. S.West Chester State Teachers Collegef Albright College. "Enthusiasm is the genius of sincerity." R. STUART STUMP Advanced Mathematics B. S. Juniata College Temple University "His singularities proceed from his good sense. 9 J. LLOYD SHARETTS ANNA E. LeVAN Chemistryg Physics, Home Economics BIOIOSY, CIIIOI' SCIQFICC Albright College B. S., M. S. Gettysburg College Pennsylvania State College "Science is the greatest antidote "Air and manners are more to the poison of enthusiasm and expressive than words." superstition." JOSEPH J. LARSON Social Science B. S. Pennsylvania State College Columbia University "Always know eminent men and always belmaster of the subject ol the day, ' Secretary to the Principal ELIZABETH REIFSNYDER J- TYNDML 'CE Y" Instrumental Music, History '- "Quiet, etlicient, reliable." B. S. Albright College K M. S. University of Pennsylvania "Giving and receiving luclc 'ugh music." i all ll LLOYD L. STUTZMAN German, French, Latin, Spanish B, A., M, A. Gettysburg College "Education has for its, object the formation of character. 'ii A' 2.-1 . gg nf- 1:-1.5, X X xW w X! gs, oaxe 'fxx 3,6 G c, T X X O at OXXXQJ f X 9 xox X f f X os X, X! R4 X , f MR. TAYLOR, our "Pop," is responsible for the success of many of our class functions. The encouragement he has given Fhals enabled us to carry on success u y. MR. STUMP, cool, calm and collected, is always generous with his time and eifort. His sincerity and pleasant manner have made vvorlcing with him a pleasure, MISS REINBOLD is steady, reliable, and capable of directing the seniors' dra- matic productions. Her cheerful dis- position and ready humor have carried us through many critical situations. MISS ANDERSON, one of the Four guiding spirits ol the senior class, can always be counted on for good advice, a helping hand and a ready smile. SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Gloria Miller William Martin Allan Cohan Edward Frasso MOTTO: Seek l-lonor First and Success Lies Beyond COLCPS: l-lunter's Green and Sand. FLOWER: Corn Flower and Yellow Rose. ROBERT ALTHOUSE "Bob" . . . strong, silent type . . . dotes on model airplanes . . . "Hi, Bud! . . . easy-going . . . plans to be a mechanic. JAMES l. ADAMS Esterly ACADEMIC "Jim" . . . the boy with the dry wit . . . babyiblue eyes . . . future bridge-builder . . . "You gool I . . . always a good sport . . . extraordinary genius. Junior Class President, Athletic Club 10, Home Room President 10, Penn Post 12, Penn Alma, Hall Monitor 19, Photographic Club 12, Chair- man of Invitation Committee 12, Junior Play Committee 11, National Honor Society 12. Stony Creek Mills GENERAL ELANOR BETTY ANGSTADT 566 Marshall Avenue Pennside COMMERCIAL "Ellie" . . . custodian of Penn Alma fees . . . the height of eificiency . . . quiet and dependable . . . secretarial . . . ambitious . . . a ready smile. Refreshment Committee 10, Christmas Cantata 11, Junior Dance Committee 11, Cuirl Reserves 11, Service Club 11, 19, Penn Alma, Senior Prom Committee, Usher 11, 19, National Honor Society 19. FERN AUMAN Birdsboro, R. D. No. 2 ACADEMIC uman" . . . "I reckon so" . . . appreciates dinner time . . . harmonica and jug bands . . :powerful laugh . . . jolly and good natured. "A Athletic Club 'IO Gym Club 12 Pan American Club 'IQ NANCY AUSTIN 116 Endlich Avenue Mt. Penn ACADEMIC "Nance" . . . college gal . . . conscientious objector tio then draft . . . clothes galore . . . "Jumping gnes . . . letters. . .smooth dancer. . . photographer's dream. Girl Reserve1O,11,12,IntercIassSports1O 11 12, Ush 10 B er , and 10, 11, Orchestra 1O,lBasket- ball 10, Gym Leaders' Club 10, 11, Library CIub1O,ArtCIub1O,11,SophI-lopCommittee'IO. MERRILEES F. BARTH 256 Friedensburg Road ACADEMIC "Merrilees" . . . "Oh, Horrors" . . . dislikes prigs and prudes . . . "The Magic Flute" . . . is addicted to rare steaks . . . petite and dark . . . always busy. Penn Post 11, 12, Band 11, 12, Orchestra 11,12, Senior I-Iigh Chorus, Interclass Basketball 10, Girl Reserves 10, 11, 12, Eastern District Band 11, 12, Penn Alma, Operetta 10, National I-Ionor Society 11, 12, Hall Monitor 12, Pageant Writing Committee, Junior Red Cross 12, Cantata 11, 12, Junior Play, Senior Play, De- bating 11, 12, Night of Music 11, 12, Junior I'-'lat ommittee. MARTIN BASKIN 347 Carsonia Avenue Mt. Penn ACADEMIC "Marty" . . . shredded wit . . . brimming with enthu- siasm . . . fervent admirer of Bob Hope . . . class gag man . . . catching smile . . . a "Wiz" at current events. lnterclass Track 10, lnterclass Basketball 10, 11, 12, Junior Play, Baseball Manager 11, 12, Senior Prom Committee, Penn Alma. .wfxf 1 ... ., 5: ALBERT BATASTINI 613 North 25th Street Pennside COMMERCIAL "Batts" . . . plans to enlist after graduation . . .la rug- cutter . . . track star . . . "Boy, you re neat! . . personality plus . . . sports Fiend. Track 10, 11, 12, Basketball 10, Soccer 11, 12, lnterclass Sports 11, 12, Chorus 11, 12, Presi- dent of Home Room 10, l-lall Monitor 12, Cantata 11, 12, Art Club 10, Glee Club 10. HOWARD O. BEAVER 25 North 23rd Street ' Mt. Penn ACADEMIC "Kossy" . . . sports . . . 6'1" . . . has Penn State hopes . . . dislikes "catty" girls . . . always raiding the icebox . . . our tall, handsome blonde. l-lomeroom Treasurer 10, Baseball 10, 11, 12, J. V. Basketball 10, 11, Varsity Basketball 12, J. V. Soccer 10, 11, Varsity Soccer 12, lnter- class Sports 10, l-lall Monitor 12, Senior Prom Committee, Junior Dance Committee, Soph l-lop Committee. RUSSELL BIEBER Esterly COMMERCIAL "Russ" . . . meelc and mild . . . good shop stu- dent. . . enjoys hunting and Fishing . . . still water runs deep . . . conscientious. BARBARA BIERMAN 25th and High Streets Pennside GENERAL "Bobbie" . . . reads the latest novels . . . snappy dresser . . . "Whats coolcin'?" . . . has a decided sense of humor . . . her curls are natural. Senior Chorus 12, Cantata 'lQf Usher 'Iii Senior Play, Girl Reserves 11, l-lall Monitor 12, Junior r Red Cross 19, Glee Club 10. .O MARY CAFURELLO Stony Creek Mills COMMERCIAL 1 "Scrappy" . . .the mighty mite. . .confirmed athlete... vim, vigor, and vitality . . , small and spirited . . E Flat Saxaphone . . . "You scorch me." Treasurer Library Club 10 Secretary Puppet 'IO Mt. Penn COMMERCIAL "Earle" . . . ultra usher . . .dry humor . . . skating . . . tall, talkative tease . . . just a jolly jitterbug dis- likes ties. MARIAN CALM 2449 Fairview Avenue Mt. Penn ACADEMIC "Calmy" . . . "That's beside the point" . . . sweaters deep dimples . . . dislikes squash . . . shy. . . future I:Iorence Nightingale. and pearls . . Chorus 10, 19, Service Club 11, Cantata 10, 19, Interclass Sports 10, Usher 11, Operetta 10, Junior Red Cross 19, Assembly 11. EARLE CARVIN 130 North 23rd Street ALLAN S. COHAN 2409 Fairview Avenue Mt. Penn ACADEMIC of many activities "I-Ii, George" . . . oe . . . man . . . makes use of "hot" notes withhis feet . . . athletically inclined . . . class pilot. . . friendly. J. V. Basketball 1O, J. V. Soccer 10, Varsity Basketball 11, 12, Baseball 10, 11, 12, Junior Play, Senior Play, Debating 11, I-li-Y 11, 19, Class President 12, Penn Post 11, 19, Student Council 11, President, Student Council 12, I-lome Room President 11, Oratorical Contest 11. LEAH JANE COHEN 424 Carsonia Avenue Pennside ' ACADEMIC "Lee" . . . keeps Max Factor in business . . . easy come, easy go . . . loves to sleep in the morning . . golf fan . . . a wardrobe of skirts and sweaters . . . constantly dieting. Penn Post 19, Girl Reserves 11, 12, Senior Chorus 19, Spanish Club 19, Hall Monitor 12, Junior Red Cross 12, Cantata 10, Glee Club 10, Senior Dance Committee. LEONARD COOK 1978 Perkiomen Avenue Mt. Penn COMMERCIAL "Cookie" . . . "l know you, you used to come to our house and eat chicken !" . . . abhors "sharpies" . . . friendly' grin . . . future aquatic star . . . second home is at Al s Place. lnterclass Sports, Debating Team 12, Service Club, Cantata, Senior Chorus, Program Committee of Senior Play. PHOEBE CRAVEN 2424 Fairview Avenue Mt. Penn - ACADEMIC "Phoeb" . . .avid basketball fan . . . peppy . . . original laugh . . . long sweeping eyelashes . . . enjoys music, and art. . . "Gee, Whizf lnterclass Soccer 10, lnterclass Basketball 10, 19, Operetta 10, Senior l-ligh Chorus 12, Cantata 19, Girl Reserves 11, 12, Assembly 10. GAYLORD AUSTIN CROZIER 610 Friedensburg Road Pennside ACADEMIC "Chic" . . . blue songs and "boogie woogie" . flashy sports coat . . . 'Oh, Brother I" . . . his aim college. . . lpana smile. Junior Play, Senior Play, Hi-Y 11, 12, Soccer 11,' 12, Senior Dance Committee, Traclc 12. PHYLLIS CUNNINGHAM 2455 Fairview Avenue Mt. Penn ACADEMIC "PhyIl" . . . has a spontaneous giggle . . . a diet of chocolate cake . . . sporadic camera Fiend . . . swim- ming . . . sport clothes . . . the luck ofthe Irish . . . dry humor. A Senior Play, Junior Play, Girl Reserves 1O,11,12, Drum Majorette 11, Debate Team 11, 12, Senior Chorus 10, 11, 12, Operetta 10, Senior Dramatic, Club, Hall Monitor 12, Junior Red Cross 12, Essay Contest 11, Chairman, Class I-lat Committee 11, National Honor Society 12. DOROTHY DAVIS Stony Creek-Mills COMMERCIAL "Peanut" . . . al Thespian at heart . . . pug nose . . "Oh, brother! . . . a good word for everyone . . likes West Virginia vacations . . . heckler. Student Council 12, Senior Chorus 11, 12, I S Senior Play, Junior Play, Glee Club 10, Girl Reserves 11, 12, Cantata 11, 12, Interclass Basketball 10, 12, Senior Prom Committee. GENERAL b . . . Aladdin's lamp . . . speed typist : . .rifle- man . . . the mighty mystic . . . skiing enthusiast . . . his smile is catching. "Bill" Varsity Track1O,11, 12 Varsity Soccer 12 J. V. Soccer 11 lnterclass Basketball 10, 11 lnterclass Soccer 10 WILLIAM FESSLER 315 Friedensburg Road Mt. Penn WILLIAM FOGLE 2407 Fairview Avenue Mt. Penn - COMMERCIAL "Bill" . . . reliable stage hand . . . brown eyes, wavy hair, dimples . . . good records . . . "Hey, Joe model airplane builder. lnterclass Basketball 12 lnterclass Soccer 11, 12 Band 11 Hi-Y Senior Dance Committee BONNE MAE FOLK 2435 Cumberland Avenue Mt. Penn ACADEMIC "Bonne" . . . Ardent artist . . . patrician hands . . . tonsilytickler for the cheer-leading squad. . . "Oh oll ' likes clothes . . . versatile , . . long nails g y and bright polish. Cheerleader 10, 11, 12, Chorus 1O, 11 12, Cantata 10, 11, 19, Usher 11, 19, Girl Re- serve 10, 11, 12, lnterclass Track 10, Operetta 10, Penn Post 10, 11, 12, Penn Alma, Jr. Red Cross 12, National l-lonor Society 11, 12, Junior Play, Senior Play, Soph l-lop Committee, Hall Moni- tor 12, Senior Prom Committee, Home Room Vice President 12. EDWARD G. FRASSO 2402 Filber! Street ACADEMIC "Eddie" . . . blue eyes . . . Captain . . .high scorer . . . heavy hitter . . . winning smile . . . versa- tile . . . loves to eat . . . Vaughn onroe. Varsity Basketball 11, 12, Captain of Basketball Team 12, J. V. Basketball 9, 10, lnterclass Soccer 10, 11, 12, lnterclass Basketball 9, 10, Home Room President 10, Committee Soph Hop, News Club 12- l-li-Y 12, Vice President of Class 11, 12, Senior Prom Committee, Senior Dance Committee, Senior Assembly Committee. STUART W. FREEDMAN ' 102 N. 27th Street Mt. Penn ACADEMIC "Stun . . . Flash bulbs and flashy clothes . . . "Ughl A woman driver!" . . . "lt's a riot" . . . dude . . . wavy hair . . . Stu and photography go hand in hand. Jr. Play, Penn Alma, Penn Post 11, 12, l-li-Y11,12,PhotographyClub12,Track10,11,12. MARVIN FRIEDMAN 2534 Cumberland Avenue Ml. Penn ACADEMIC "Marv" . . . goes in for double talk . . . cluiet . . dislikes "corny" jokes . . . plans to go to co lege . . athletic Fiend . . . "Dark Eyes. lnterclass Basketball 1O, 11, 12 lnterclass Soccer 10, 11, 12 ETHEL M. GABLE Esierly COMMERCIAL "Gable" . . . fiddle-dee-dee . . . small but mighty . . . Jim . . . souvenirs . . . somebody's stenog . . . a musical giggle. Sub-Deb Club 10, Girl Reserves 11 19 Servi I i Ce Club 11, Assembly 11, Usher 11, Senior Prom Committee, Hall Monitor 19. VIRGINIA GERTH Jaclcsonwald COMMERCIAL "Jinny" . . . midnight hamburgers . . . likes to trip the gay Fantastic . , . natural curls swim ' ' ... ming. .. genius with paint brushes . . . excellent guard Basketball 11, 19 Gym Club 19 , Girl Reserve 11, 19 Chorus 19 ROBERT GERHARD 2650 Perlciomen Avenue ML Penn GENERAL "Bob" . . . the class sharpy . . . Randolph Field, next stop. . . girls. , . "Gee Whiz" . . . jive bomber... easy to get along with. Track Team 1O,11, 19 lnterclass Track 11 Model Airplane Club, President Senior Prom Committee FRED GOETZ ' 500 North 25th Street Pennside ACADEMIC "Frfzddie" . . . friendliest of the friendly cro d . . . ppe curs . . . "swell" sport . . . the swinging gait . . . "whiz" kid . . . "little gem," the four wheeler. Ti-Y, J. V. Basketball 10, 11f Varsity 11, 19- raclc11, Soccer 11, 19f Senior Prom Committeef President of Home Room 11, 19, Student Council 11, Hall Monitor 19, National l-lonor Society 19. FERN GRABERT Esterly COMMERCIAL "Fern" . . . mystery girl of the class . . . extremely quiet. . F Fl . goes or owers and pretty clothes . . . lilces good things to eat . . . domestic inclinations. Home Room Secretary 10 JOYCE M. GREENBERG Golhhire Hills ACADEMIC "Green-bug" . . . a new addition to the class . . . hails from "New Vawlf' . . . the girl with the syn- chronized sneeze . . . women drivers l l . . . Webster s adviser. . . "Really" . . . Huent monologist. Reporter 1Of Athletic Club 10' Girl Re serves 11, 19f Basketball 19f Penn Post 192 Senior Chorus 19. DONALD GRIFFITH V . Stony Creek Mills I l ...fm GENERAL "Chink" . rough and ready. . . likes late hours. . . A "You jerk' . . . good natured . . . thrives on adven- ture stories . . . bowling is his hobby. Soccer 11, 12 H Baseball 11, 12 Q' lnterclass Softball 11, 12 A ' v Basketball 10 ' l Hi-Y11, 12 ll ka ff MARJORY GRIFFITH Stony Creek Mills, R. D. No. 1 ACADEMIC "Marge" . . . deep dimples . . . baseball fan dislikes meat . . . "Good gravy l" . . . studious swims like a Fish . . . collects knickknacks. Athletic Club 10 Art Club 12 5 CHARLES GRUBB A A l 2411 Cumberland Avenue V Mt. Penn ACADEMIC "Charlie" . . . believes in taking his time . . . dry wit friend. Hi-Y 11, 12, Hi-Y Treasurer 12, Commence- ment Usher 10, Junior l-lat Committee, Ticket Committee 11, Penn Post 11, 12. 4' naive. . . favorite pastime, sleeping .. . bashful blushes , ,Jn 'V . . . vice-president of printing department . . . a real " baby talk . . JANE M. HAFER Birdsboro, R. D. No. 2 ACADEMIC "Stubby" . . . everybody's friend . hungry!" . . . obliging . . . Iife's little come her way . . . pocket full of candy leisure. Girl Reserves 11, 12 Dramatic Club 10 Interclass Basketball 11, 12, Open House Assembly 11 "Am I ever worries never ETHEL HAFER 119 Wes! 34th Street Reiffton COMMERCIAL "Jinx" . . . "I-Iere we go again I" . . .skating expert goes for banana splits . . . green eyes can t stand "the eyes have it". Library Club 10 a woman of KENNETH HART Gibraltar COMMERCIAL "GlueIoot" . . . golf enthusiast . . . 'You re not just moving your teeth" . . . dislikes girls in general plans to join Uncle Sam's forces . , . ready to lend a helping hand. ' Track 11,12 GoII11,1Q Interclass Sports 11, 152 Service Club 12 Typing 11 ROBERT HARTLINE 9401 Fairview Avenue Mt. Penn. ACADEMIC "Bob" . . . short, tan and quiet L. . striking smile,. . . a super sort of model builder. . . Soak your head . . . aims to be an aeronautical engineer. LOIS HARTZELL 2614 Cumberland Avenue Mt. Penn ACADEMIC "Lo" is the pride of the French class . . . pretty air . . . keeps Beechnut in business . . . whipped cieiam , . . usually carrying a good book . . . is lots O UU. Senior Chorus 11, 19, Cantata 10, 11, 19, Girl Reserves 11, 19, Usher 11, 19, Penn Post 11, 19, Penn Alma, Inter-class Basketball 10, 11, 19, Class Vice-President1O, Hall Monitor 19, Junior Red Cross 19, Sophomore Dance Committee, Glee Club 10, Junior Hat Committee, Senior Dance Committee, Night of Music 19. LQVERNE HELFRICH Jacksonwald GENERAL "Goose" . . . Mt. Penn's Lowell Thomas . . . did you say food ? l ! . . . supplies the girls with chew- ing gum . . . a jolly, good fellow . . . blushes like a trained sunrise. Art Club 10 Motion Picture Club, Treasurer 10 Trip Committee Chairman 19 DONALD B. HILBERT Esterly GENERAL "Red" . . . Luclcy Teter's imitator. . . "Hi, George I" . .. future address: Machine Shop . . . happy-go-lucky . . . endowed with a pleasant smile. Hunting and Fishing Club Athletic Club 10 to be a banker. MARIAN AJOHANNA HEUSCHEN 2331 Fairview Avenue Ml. Penn COMMERCIAL "l-looschenn . . . jumping jive . . . variety of hair styles . . . school girl complexion . . weakness is blonde hair. . . "l dont get it . Girl Reserve 11, 152 Service Club 12 Assembly 11 Hall Monitor 19 RODNEY Hll..BERT Esierly ACADEMIC "Rod" . . . professional doodler. class cowboy dislikes social snobs . . . "You arent lying ! p ans Athletic Club 1 O BARBARA HILL Stony Creelc Mills COMMERCIAL "Sweetie"H. . . peppy little cheerleader . . . loves food . . . joy unspeakable' . . . A-1 secretary . . . dimples . . . short and sweet-ie. Cantata 10, 11, 12, Senior Chorus 11, 12, Cheerleader 1O, 11, 12, Usher 11, 12, Class Flower Committee, lnterclass Basketball 11, 12, Girl Reserves 11, Secretary Girl Reserves 12, l-lall Monitor 12, Glee Club 10, Night of Music 12, National Honor Society 12. M. PAULINE HINKLE 8 Myrtle Avenue Stony Creek Mills COMMERCIAL "Johnny's" boon companions are chewing gum and using a typewriter . . . perpetual giggle . . . good- natured . . . "Oh, sugar" . . . collects knickknacks . . . chummy. V Penn Post 12, Monitor 12, Jewelry Club 11, 'f Service Club 12, Penn Alma, Usher 12, Junior Red Cross 12, Senior Assembly and Class Day Committee, Girl Reserves 12, lnterclass Basket- ball 11, 12, Art Club 12, Senior Assembly. MILDRED HINNERSHOTS m 2152 Perlziomen Avenue Mt. Penn ACADEMIC "Peg"': . . cherry cokes . . . "Anybody know agood joke ? . . . future Sinclair Lewis . . . you'll Fin her swimming at the "Glen' . . . always smiling Editor, Pen Post 12, Editor, Penn Alma, Presi- dent of Girl Reserves 12, National l-lonor Society 11, 12, Debating Team 11, 12, Senior Chorus 10, 11, 12, Cantata 11, 12, Home Room President 10, Usher 12, Associate Editor, Penn Post 11, Girl Reserves 10, 11, 12, Operetta 10, Chairman Class Motto Committee 12, Art Club 10, Junior Dance Committee. LUCILLE M. HORNING 623 Friedensburg Road LEE HIRSHLAND 507 Carsonie Avenue Pennside ACADEMIC "Lee" . . . "Now, now, now" . . . nice fellow . Singin Sam . . . our Bill Stern . . . Did you hear impersonation of Charles Boyer ? . . . corny jokes. winning smile. Interclass Baseball 10, 11, 19, Interclass Blaxsrcet- ball 1O,11, 19, Penn Post 11, 19, Penn ma Basketball Manager 10, I-Iall Monitor 19 Typing Club 11, 19, Junior Red Cross 19 Junior Play Ticket Committee. Pennside COMMERCIAL "Lou" . . . "O-Kay, Susie" . . . has thrifty hobby of saving pennies . . . goes for crowds . . . disapproves of hats . . . Lux complexion . . . future Civil Service Worker. vertisin Committee, Junior Play, Ad .. 8 Art Club 19 FRANK HOWARD 252 Carsonia Avenue Mt. Penn ACADEMIC "Single" . . . demon business manager . . . basket ball speed merchant . . . shy? . . . queer hats collects soap . . . ellervescent. Varsity Basketball 19, Varsity Soccer 19, J. V. Basketball 10, 11, J. V. Soccer 1O,.11, Varsity Baseball 10, 11, 19, National Honor So- ciety 11, 19, I-li-Y 11, 19, I-Ii-Y President 19, Student Council 19, Penn Post 11, 19, Penn Alma, Senior Prom Committee, Junior Dance Committee, Advanced Algebra Club 19. BETTY JASKULEK 6 North Los Robles Court Pennside COMMERCIAL "Jazzy" . . . onions . . . perpetual talker . . . ls there a man in the crowd '? . . . happy-go-lucky . . . full of pep and punch . . . always smiling. Girl Reserves 11, 19, Cantata 11, 19, Penn Alma, Senior Chorus 11, 19, lnterclass Baslcet- ball 11, Usher 11, 19, Basketball 11, 19, Senior Prom Committee, Hall Monitor 19, Assembly 11. MARLYN JOHNSON 2610 Cumberland Avenue Mt. Penn ACADEMIC "Marnie" . . . cherry pie . . . twirler extraordin- ary . . . "My gosh" . . . plans to go into active duty for the Red Cross . . . pleasant to everyone . . . she loves a parade. r Drum Majorette 10, 11, 19, Senior Chorus 11, 19, Cantata 19, Girl Reserves 10, 11, 19, Dramatic Club 10, 19, Operetta 10, Usher 11, 19, Junior Red Cross 19, l-lall Monitor 19, Home Room Secretary 19, Junior Dance Committee. RUTH LOIS KARRE 232 Oak Terrace Mt. Penn ACADEMIC "Ruth" . . . she'Il sing her way through life . . . literary minded . . . All-State soloist . . . tall, blonde and blue-eyed . . . pretzels . . . good sport. Cantata 10, 11, 19, National I-Ionor So- ciety 11, 19, All-State Chorus 11, 19, Eastern District Chorus 11, 19, Operetta 10, Chorus 10, 11, 19, Orchestra 10, 11, 19, Girl Reserves 11, 19, County Chorus 1O, 11, 19, Night of Music 11, 19- Penn Post 10, 11, 19, Penn Alma, President ol I-lome Room 10, Eastern -District Band 11, President of Junior Red Cross, Senior Prom Committee, Junior Play Committee. JOAN LOUISE KASE 2338 Perkiomen Avenue ML Penn COMMERCIAL "Kasey" . . . pretty eyes. . . ardent movie fan . . . sub- stantial addition to the shorthand class . . . "Heavens, no !" . . . mild, but get her going. Shorthand Club 19, Art Club 11, Interclass Basketball 10, Service Club 19, Penn Alma, Junior Red Cross 19, Invitation and Name Card Committee. HELEN A. KAZMIERCZAK 2510 Filberl Avenue Ml. Penn COMMERCIAL "Helen" . . . Jon Whitcomb's protege . . . neat as a pin Q . . "Do tell" . . . pretty as a picture. . . sundaes. . . loads of fun. Junior Class Secretary, Penn Post 11, 12, Penn Alma, Girl Reserve 11, 12, Girl Reserve, Treasurer 19, Hall Monitor 19, Junior Play, Assembly 10, 11, Junior Red Cross 19, Senior Play Committee, National Honor Society 12. DANIEL KEIM 37 West 33rd Sheet Reiffton ACADEMIC "Gabby" . . . baseball player . . . "You never can tell" . . . builds model airplanes . . . agreeable chap' Band 10 Baseball 11, 12 Radio Club 11 Athletic Club 10 JANE ALVA KEITH 416 North 25th Street Pennside COMMERCIAL "Janey" . . . charming smile . . . onion sandwiches and Royal Crown Cola . . . "Oh, neat" . . . has many willing correspondents . . . ready, willing, and able to talk. Senior Chorus 11, 19, Cantata 11, 19, Cheer leader 10, 11, 19, Junior Play Committee, Senior Play Committee, Senior Prom Committee, Home Room Secretary 10, lnterclass Basketball 19, Hall Monitor 19, Girl Reserves 11, 19. -W A , RICHARD KLINE 5 Stony Creek Mills - COMMERCIAL "Dick" . . . goes steady with Reichy . . . Future Major League player. overflowing generosity . . . main- stay of the J. V. s. . . pleasant mannert Baseball 11, 19, J. V. Basketball 11, 19, lnter- class Soccer 11, 19, Typing Club 11, Home Room Vice-President 19, Senior Play Ticket Committee. PATRICIA PHYLLIS KNAPP 234 North 25th Street Mt. Penn ACADEMIC f'Patty" . . . moonlight nights . . . "lt's too enlighten- ing . . . dislikes boring people . . . good dancer. . . lithe and little. . . slacks. Girl Reserves 10, 11, 19 lnterclass Sports 11, 19 Dramatics Club 19 Chorus 10 WILLA MAE KNIGHT 18 Pennwyn Terrace Mt. Penn COMMERCIAL ' "Mae" . . . dislikes weather below 70" . . . stylish convertibles . . . expressive iyes .H . colbaits pen- ' ' i a . . . nants . . . likes to eat. . . ta , wi owy future ambulance driver. lnterclass Sports 10, 11, 12 Service Club 11, 12 Assembly 1O, 11 Junior Red Cross 12 Girl Reserves 11, 12 PAULETTA LEINBACH KOCH Eslerly COMMERCIAL "Kochie" . . . community hall . . . "Vou're betty" . . . sports . . .coal black tresses and flashy skirts . . . likeable. Chorus 10, 11, Interclass Basketball 10, 11, 12, irl Reserves 12, Usher 11, Junior Red Cross, G Senior Assembly. JUNE IRENE LESHER Slony Creek Mills, R. D. No. 1 COMMERCIAL June" traveling . . "Could be" . . . dislhkes strawberrylblondesf . . methodical June . . . somebo y s stenog . . . pleasant. H Library Club 10 1 RUTH FERN LeVAN 2218 Woodvale Avenue Mt. Penn COMMERCIAL "Ruthie" . . . hamburgers . . . chocolate milIc....guie1 as a mouse. . .hates baby talk . . . "Oh, my gosh .. enjoys writing letters. Service Club 19 Art Club 12 . Junior Red Cross RUTH JEANNE LeVAN 1945 Woodvale Avenue Mt. Penn COMMERCIAL "Pool" . . . the girl with the throaty chuckle . . . thrives on chocolate nut sundaes . . . baby hair cuts . . . impatient . . . her pleasing voice will be an asset to her future job. Junior Chorus 10, Cantata 11, Senior Chorus 11, 19, Girl Reserves 10, 11, 12, Usher 11, 19, Assembly 11, Senior Class Trip Committee. GLORIA RUTH LEWIS Stony Creek Mills COMMERCIAL "Glory" . . . green clothes . . . "Can you imagine thatl . . . likes to go skating, but she hasn't tried it yet . . . dislikes red hair.. . has "The" artistic touch. Jewelry Club 11 Senior Dance Committee Interclass Basketball 11 Mt. Penn COMMERCIAL "Jo" . . . queen of the supercharger . . . "Ray, team Fight!" . . . good sport . . . star forwar . ips d JULIA V. LUCZEWSKI Stony Creek Mills COMMERCIAL "Honey" . . . likes "TinOroof" sundaes . . . day- dreamer . . . "You rebel" . . . dislikes conceited people . . .laughing eyes. Athletic Club 10 R. JOSEPHINE LUTZ 2120 Perkiomen Avenue d . . she t mean tee . . . backbone of the alto section. Basketball 10, 11, 12, Co-Captain Basketball Team 12, Cheerleader 1O, 11, 12, Junior Play Committee, Usher 11, Home Room Secre- tary 11, Cantata 10, 11, 12, Chorus 10, 11, 12, Eastern District Chorus 12, Night of Music 12, State Chorus 12, Girl Reserves 11, 12, Penn Alma, I-lall Monitor 12, lnterclass Track 10, Senior Play Committee, Senior Prom Committee JANE RENA MAHAN 2427 Fairview Avenue Mt. Penn COMMERCIAL "Mahan" . . . good company . . . practical joker . . . beats out a mean crawl . . . tonsil-torturer for senior chorus . . . female Eddie Duchin. Cheerleader 10, Senior Chorus 10, 11, 12, Operetta 10, lnterclass Basketball 10, 11, 12, Track Team 10, Girl Reserves 10, 11, 12, Junior Play, Usher 11, Cantata 11, 12, Eastern District Chorus 11, 12. RICHARD MALLOW Stony Creek Mills ACADEMIC "Handsome" . . . second Tommy Dorsey .n. . curly A hair. . . tall, dark and mysterious.. . "O-Kay ...eats, sleeps, and lives jazz. Junior Band 11 J. V. Basketball 11 Senior Dance Committee Model Airplane Club 12 EDGAR MARTIN 2335 Fairview Avenue Mt. Penn COMMERCIAL "Ed" . . . tiny and terrific . . . cake with heaps of icing . . . Mt. Penn's Malcolm Campbell . . . lacka- daisical . . . master craftsman . . .3enial. l-li-Y 12, lnterclass Baseball 11, Interclass Basketball 11, 12, lnterclass Soccer 11, Band 10, Ticket Committee Senior Play. WILLIAM B. MARTIN 2204 Woodvale Avenue Mt. Penn COMMERCIAL "Bill" . . . "that's a sad case" . . . Tommy Dorsey fan . . . personality . . . "Corporal" . . . foundation of the bass section . . . swings a mean bat. Baseball 10, 11, 12, Soccer 10, 11, 12, J. V. Basketball 10, Varsity Basketball 11, I-li-Y 11, 12, Class Treasurer 11, 12, Home Room President 11, Cross Country 10, Bank 10, 11, 12. MARY LOU McGLINN 434 Carsonia Avenue Pennside ACADEMIC "Lou" . . . undecided . . . avid bridge fan . . . the luck of the Irish . . . raven tresses . . . hates to get up in the morning . . .sparkling eyes. Girl Reserves 11, 19, Senior Chorus 11, Usher 11, 19, Cantata 11, 19, Spanish Club 19, Junior Play Committee, Senior Dance Committee. MADELINE MILLER Esterly COMMERCIAL ::Maggie" . curly-cut. . . little and gay.. .dimples . . . Are you kidding '? ...roofless cars . . . salesgirl . . . pug nose and dancing eyes. Girl Reserves 11, 19 NATALIE GLORIA MILLER 2533 Grant Street Mt. Penn COMMERCIAL "Glo" . . .southern belle of "Going Places" . . . Iilces people with poise and personality. . . activity plus . . . I-Iovv about that? . . . scrapbook . . . attractive. Penn Post 10, 11, 19, Junior Play, Senior Play, Secretary of Class 19, Cheerleader 10, 19, Man- ager of Girls' Basketball Team 19, Vice-President Girl Reserves ,19, Eastern District' Chorus 11, Cantata 1O, 11, 19, Senior High Chorus 1O,11, 19, Usher 10, 11, Hall Monitor 19, Operetta 10, Junior Red Cross 19, Open I-louse Assembly 11, Secretary Home Room 11, 19. - RICHARD MILLER Stony Creek Mills R. D. No. 1 COMMERCIAL "Rich" . . . "Hang oil, boy" . . . blonde, wavy hair . . . would like to be a major league baseball player . . . Buiclcs and bowling . . . sleepy. Soccer 11 Baseball 11 MARJORIE MILTENBERGER Esterly COMMERCIAL "Shorty" . . . don't judge her by her size . . . Cali fornia, here l come . . . Lux complexion . . . gabby. . lots of fun. Interclass Basketball 10, 19 Fashion Show 10 Junior Dance Committee Girl Reserve 19 Usher 11 JANE LOUISE MORRIS 3 Penn Mawr Court Mt. Penn COMMERCIAL "Janie" . . . "Oh, woman!" . . . likes to write letters, . . her hair is her crowning glory . . .future nurses aid . . . brimming with fun . . . smooth dancer. Chorus 10, 11, 19, Eastern District Chorus 10, 11, 19, Cantata 10, 11, 19, Girl Reserves 10, 11, 19, Usher 11, 19, lnterclass iportsh1O, Operetta 10, Junior Red Cross 19, num v11, LEON R. MOYER Melrose Avenue Stony Creek Mills COMMERCIAL Leo . . . our male twirler . . . "Um-m-m" . . Potato chips and caramels . . . office clerk . . . cowboy songs . . . cool, calm, and collected. Assistant Librarian 10 Marching Band 11, 12 Drum Major 11, 12 Assembly 11 ROBERT MOYER 2319 Cumberland Avenue ' Mt. Penn COMMERCIAL "Bobby" . . . "Solid" . . . ardent football and basket- ball fan . . . "The Big Base Drum" . . . usually found at the Grille . . . plenty of pep . . . plans to work for Uncle Sam. . Hi-Y 11, 19, Band 10, 11, 19, Home Room Officer 11i lnterclass Baseball 10, 11, 12f lnterclass- Soccer 10, 11, 12f lnterclass Basketball 10, 11, 12. lRVlN MULL 106 W. 36th Sheet Reiffton ACADEMIC "Mully" . . . good-natured . . . jovial . . . "Big Boy. . have a stamp to donate '? . . . Big noise in 24 . . . droll . . . spends hours by the radio. Junior Dance Committee LORRAINE P. NAGLE Lincoln Road Birdsboro, R. D. No. 2 COMMERCIAL "Pat" . . . dislikes typing . . . "Anyhovv" . . . plans to follow the footsteps of Sherlock Holmes . . . very blonde . . . loves horses . . . ivory complexion. Aviation Club, Vice-President 10 Track 10, 11 lnterclass Track 11 ' Art Club 19 JUNE NUEL 61 Arlington Sheet Reading COMMERCIAL "Nuelie" . . . confirmed jitterbug . . . "Did you hear the one about - - T' . . . beautiful eyes . . . woman driver . . .attractive dresser. Junior Play, Usher 11, Girl Reserves 11, 19, Cantata 19, Senior Chorus, lnterclass Basketball. JEANNE LOUISE PFLUGFELDER Esterly ' COMMERCIAL "Jean" . . . with the light brown hair . . . tennis runner-up . . .n'41 Buicks . . . star forward . . . "Are you kidding 7 , . . good sport. Chorus 10, Athletic Club 1O, lnterclass Soft- ball 1O, Basketball 11, 19, Track Team 11, 19, Co-Captain Basketball 19, Junior Red Cross 19, Penn Post 19, Senior Assembly. SHIRLEY ANN OUARTNER 307 Cersonia Avenue Mt. Penn ACADEMIC "Skippy" . . . "lt's terrific" . . . snappy dresser . . . heavenly blue eyes . . . likes football games and horse back riding . . . smooth dancer. Girl Reserves 11, 19 Senior Chorus 11 Usher 11, 19 Cantata 11 Senior Dance Committee LINCOLN F. RAMSEY ' . 1952 Perkiomen Avenue Mt. Penn GENERAL "Link" . . . "gosh l" . radio fan . . . soccer star... sport clothes . . . band s baritone section . . . build of an athlete . . . likes ice cream . . . twinkling eyes. Eastern Band 10, 11, 19, State Band 11, 19, Marching Band 10, 11, 19, Soccer 10, 11, 19, Baseball 11, 19, lnterclass Sports 11, 19. Q 4 , , -. it .,:. :rib ., F . 13, ' NVQ? ' E 4 3112545 l' fl .lbasfffa 1 HAROLD REICH Stony Creek Mills COMMERCIAL "Hal" . . . clever remarks . . . "Hey, you" . stars in baseball andnbasketball . . . cheerful grin . . . Oui, , oui, Monsieur . . . pep, punch and personality. Junior Play, Senior Play, lnterclass Soccer 19, lnterclass Basketball 11, Baseball 11, 19, J, V. Basketball 11, 19, Hall Monitor 19, Home Room President 19, l-li-Y 19, Shop Club 10. WILLIAM B. REICHARD 2250 Fairview Avenue Mt. Penn COMMERCIAL "Bill" . . . "Oh, cousin Cuthbert!" . . . president of the band . . . tennis . . . handsome is as handsome does . . . future Tex Beneke . . . two-bit orchestra. Band, President 19, Junior Play, Senior Play, Orchestra 10, P. S. M. A. Band 11, 19, Inter- class Soccer 10, 19, Secretary, Student Coun- cil 19, Hi-Y Secretary 19, I-li-Y 11, Tennis 19, Penn Alma, Track 19, National Honor Society 19. GEORGE L. REITER Esterly ' GENERAL "Rubie" . . . Mr. Wards constantcompanion at 3:47 short, dark and indifferent. . . his wit is fractional "there was a little boy who had a little curl." Huntin and Fishing Club 19 Senior lay Committee Athletic Club 10 Basketball 10 WALTER ALVIN RHOADS Stony Creek Mills COMMERCIAL "Walt" . . . the man with a voice . . . the sheik of Stony Creek . . . never has much to say . . . isn't so keen on the fairer sex. . . easy to click with . . . "Ge off your knees." Basketball 10 lnterclass Soccer 19 lnterclass Basketball 11, 19 l"li-Y 19 Senior Assembly ESTHER ROHRBACH Reiffton COMMERCIAL "Dolly" . . . "Variety is the spice of life" . . . the eyes have it . . . quiet? . . 1 future secretary of the business world . . . swing music. Library Club 10 EDWARD RISHEILL 2212 Perkiomen Avenue ACADEMIC " " . . . model airplane builder. . . "hot" music practical joker . . . aeronautical engineering . . . Scout . . . master chemist. l-li-Y 12' Commencement Committee Senior Dance Committee Model Club 12 B69 Girl Reserves 12 P nf A Senior Class Trip Committee "June" . . violently . . hearty laugh . JUNE ROLAND 2600 Perlciomen Avenue Ml. Penn COMMERCIAL has a generous heart . . . chews gum bright nail polish . . . "Oh, joyl . . movie season ticlcet. lnterclass Sports 10, 11, 12 l-lome Room Ollicer 12 Assembly 11 Junior Red Cross ROBERT RUDY 2212 Woodvale Avenue Mt. Penn COMMERCIAL "Pete" . . . easy come, easy go . . ibig, blonde and blase . . . have a cigarette ? . . . AI s P ace . . . gen erous gentleman. Interclass Basketball Interclass Baseball Interclass Soccer Home Room Officer 'IO DAVID SCHRACK ' 2408 Fairview Street Mt. Penn COMMERCIAL "Gravy" . . . likes "cute" kids Cgirlsj is a habit . . . for "wabbits" in the "wain." "And you know it" . . VIRGINIA SCHLAPPICH Stony Creek Mills COMMERCIAL "Jinny" . . . red hair . . . Mt. Penn's Perc West more . . . collects shirt labels . . . enjoys arguin chocolate-marshmallow ice cream . . . cute Interclass Basketball 'IO, 11 Cantata 10 I-lat and Emblem Committee 11 Ticket Committee 'I1 . . . detention . goes hunting "Chuck" a good jockey . . . the great outdoors LUTHER W. SCOTT Stony Creek Mills COMMERCIAL Scotty" . . . swing and swat with Luther Scott Canother Byron NelsonD . . . impractical joker . . . likes motors and electricity . . . easy to please., Golf Team 11 lnterclass Sports 11, 12 ' CARL SEIDEL Stony Creek Mills COMMERCIAL intrigues . dislikes crowds. . . "l-li-ya, Babe I quiet . . . mischievous eyes. lnterclass Sports 10, 11, 12 ELIZABETH JANE SERGEANT 15 North 25th Street Mt. Penn GENERAL Betty" . chewing gum . . . "May I help you ? .. movies.. .pearly smile.. . peppy and pleasant. . . ha the gift of gab. Girl Reserves 12 as "Junie" . . . syncopate s . . . ' "gh golly" . . dislikes JUNE MARGARET SEVERNS 22 North 25th Street Mt. Penn COMMERCIAL d win fan Old Spice. . . official child s nurse . . . , . spinach . . . LI. O. dances . . . with a smile and a song. , 11, 19, Cantata 11, 19, Senior Chorus 10 Usher 11 12- Service Club 11, 12,CGirl Reserves 10, 111, 12, Sophomore Hop om- mittee 10, Senior Prom Committee. GEORGE J. SFINGAS 21 North 23rd Street Mt. Penn COMMERCIAL S inkie" Rah, rah, rah . . . army, here I come d k Spinkie hee a jolly fellow . . . short an spun y dark and dapper. ' f lnterclass Baseball lnterclass Soccer 12, Senior Play Ticket Committee RICHARD G. SHISSLAK 2317 Grant Street V I Mt. Penn L ACADEMIC ' - "Dick" . . . always looking for action . . . chocolate 1 candy . . . giant herculean center . . . future college ' aspirant . . . Einstein's predecessor. varsity Basketball 10, ,11, 12 if I-li-Y 11, 12 , Chorus 11, 12 Soccer 11, 12 JEAN SHOLLENBERGER Stony Creele Mills I COMMERCIAL "Jean" . . . cool, calm and colossal . . . self- controlled . . . peanut butter . . . Easter eggs . . . model of efficiency . . . rhubarb pies and sauer lcraut. Usher 19 Girl Reserves 11, 19 Motto Dance, Senior Junior Dance Committee Open House 11 EMILIE MARIAN SHURR Stony Creek Mills COMMERCIAL "Susie" . . . dislikes "Teddy Bear haircuts" . . . never a hair out of place . . . "Hi" . . . dainty . . .admires witty people. Girl Reserve 11, 19 Usher 11, 19 Junior Hat Committee Senior Prom Committee if DOROTHY E. SMITH 242 Endlich Avenue 1 Mt. Penn ACADEMIC "Dottie" . . . Are you kidding ? . . . Pied Piper of Mt. Penn . . . concerts . . . red hair, brown eyes . . . a lyrical laugh . . . steak. Girl l2eserves1O,11,19,SeniorChorus1O,11,19, Eastern District Band 11, 19, Eastern District Chorus 11, 19, Eastern District Orchestra 19, Marching Band 11, 19, National Honor Society 11, 19, Penn Post 11, 19, Penn Alma' Cantata 10, 11, 19, Junior Red Cross 19, Hall Monitor 19, Pageant Writing Committee' Vice- President of Home Room 10, All State Orches- tra 19, Orchestra 11, 19, Band 11, 19, Oper- etta 10, Class Flower Committee. ALLEN SNYDER Stony Creek Mills ACADEMIC "AI" . . . stamp collector . . . "Okay" . . . plans a medical career . . . good books . . . needs cushions to drive . . . A-1 scholar. Senior Science Contest 19 Senior Assembly Committee Senior Class Play Committee National Honor -Society 19 ELIZABETH ANNE SNYDER 119 North 24th Street Mt. Penn ACADEMIC "Bettie" . . . "Fiddle dee-dee" . . . winsome miss. sparkling eyes . . . dotes on red sport clothes . detests mascara and getting up early . . . petite . Thespian. Usher 11, Penn Post 11, 19, Senior Dramatics Club, Senior High Chorus 11, 19, Hall Moni- tor 19, Cairl Reserves 11, 19, lnterclass Basket- ball 1O, Christmas Cantata 11, 19, Invitation and Name Card Committee, Shorthand Club 10. ETHEL MAE SNYDER 2430 Filbert Street Mt. Penn COMMERCIAL "Effie" . . . chocolate . . . tiny . . . "Oh, 'gee whiz" . . . wheres my knitting? . . . demure . . . busy as a bee. . , I JAMES STEVENSON 2422 Woodvale Avenue Mt. Penn ACADEMlC "Stevie" . . . pays Mt. Penn Diner's rent . . . cousin to the snail . . . cheeseburgers . . . goalie . . . variety ' the spice of life . . . the pride of Room 39. Soccer 11, 12, J. V. Basketball 11, 12, Base- ball 11, 12, Junior Dance Committee, Hall Monitor 12, Band 10, Senior Dramatics 12, + is Senior Dance Committee. . A 3543 . V ' 2 iff ' if , is .Q 53.1, 4' ' f gr. Y V 15, . . A ni. nf- : BETTY E. STICK 111 Hollywood Avenue Ml. Penn ACADEMIC "Betsy" . . .always smiling. . , loads of fun . . .dreamy eyes . . . "Golly" . . . dislikes nothing . . . dignified lady in our class play .... soft pretzel Fiend. Junior Play, Senior Play, Senior Chorus 10, 11, 12, Cantata 12, Girl Reserve 10, 11, 12, Operetta 10, Penn Post 11, 12, Dramatic Club 12, Usher 11, lnterclass Sports 11, 10, Hall Monitor 12, Junior Red Cross 12, Junior Dance Committee. CARL SWEITZER Stony Creek Mills GENERAL "Fleety" . . . future's great artist . . . Mt. Penn's gift to the theatrical world . . . the man with the physique... Johnny Weissmullers understudy . . . jolly. Basketball 10, 11, Chorus 11, 12, Junior Play, Senior Play, Cantata 11, 12, Hall Monitor 12, Track 10, lnterclass Sports 11, 12, Class Reporter 12. FAYE L. SWEITZER 2601 Perkiomen Avenue Mt. Penn COMMERCIAL "Faye" . . . "Do you have some chewing gum 7" Firm disbeliever in baby talk . . . ebony locks . . always laughing. I-Iome Room Treasurer 10 Library Club, President 10 Interclass Basketball 11, 12 CATHERINE THOMPSON 17 Pennwyn Terrace Girl Reserve 19 V Girls' Athletic Association Chorus Hall Monitor 19 ROBERT TUCKER 2701 Cumberland Avenue Mt. Penn ACADEMIC "Bob" . . . "red-'l' addition to the senior class . Congan king . . . No use crying over spilt coke" . . . enjoys drawing exotic faces. School Paper 10, 11, 12, School Play 10, 11, Student Representative 12, Art Club 10, 11, 1Qi Operetta11,LibraryStaH1Q,DramaticClub1O,11. Mt. Penn COMMERCIAL Kitten" "Neat I" . . . something new this been added tolthe senior class . . . small but mig ty library attachee . . . smooth recordings . . . curly locks rigs? Q!-5-" i::,,?'k'i ' :ir 5135 I" - ' fs " W:-:2s+ " s -4 lf' -V 1 ' 4-f r--ssf,sfx:1':-1-r - 1. I Q' ii ' - 25, ,s FREDERIC ULLMAN 605 North 25th Street Pennside GENERAL "Freddy" . . . "Don't be a weed" . . . fashion plate... hearty laugh . . . hobby is driving a car . . . carries his hat instead of wearing it. lnterclass Sports WILLIAM WAGNER Stony Creek Mills COMMERCIAL "Ike" . . . auto races . soda sonny . . . attentive . . . just 'call me Whitey . . . the right Icind of a friend to have . . . sports fan. lnterclass Basketball 11, 12 lnterclass Soccer 12 lnterclass Baseball 11 Senior Play Committee Secretary-Treasurer I-Iome Room 12 I ARLENE LOUISE bWENGER Birdsboro, R. D. No. 2 GENERAL "Leenie" . . . gurgling giggle . . . "Oh I shuclcsn . . . n gatherer of trinlcets . . . blondie . . . lunch room chatterbox . . . slcating . . . Fine student. Athletic Club 10, Gym Club 12, Usher for Senior Play, Senior Chorus 12, Girl Reserves 12, 1, Christmas Cantata 12, l-lall Monitor 12, Class Gilt Committee 12, National Honor Society 12. ELEANOR MAE WENTZEL Stony Creek Mills ACADEMIC "Kitty" . . . "Gee, whiz" . . , sweets and sports . V. . conscientious . . . collects Indian relics .. . stars in Problems Class . . . quiet. . . willing to lend a helping hand . . . excellent student. Gym Club, Junior Red Cross 19, Senior Chorus 19, Hall Monitor 19, lnterclass Basketball 11, 19, Junior Play Committee, Class Day Com- mittee, National I-Ionor Society 19. GENERAL "Toms: . . . likes traveling and driving . . . "I-Iello, I-'Ioney . . . plans to be a mechanical engineer . . . usually found laughing. Band 10, 11,19 CAROL A. WINTERHALTER Birdsboro JULIA ANNE WIEN Esterly ACADEMIC "Judy" . . . the girl with the strikin features . . . loves dogs and penny candy . . . small but bright . . . re- served . . . Cedar Crest, here I come . . . superior student. Dramatic Club 10, Junior Dance Committee, Senior Chorus 19, Cantata 19, Typing Club 19, Class Motto Committee, Service Club 11, Interclass Basketball 19, National Honor Society19. HELEN WINTERS Birdsboro R. D. No. 2 COMMERCIAL "Janie" . . . "Why don't we do this more often '?" . .. has big, blue eyes . . . dislikes formals . . . her hobby is bicycle riding . . . star athlete. , Track 10, 11- Athletic Club 10, Gym Club 12, lnterclass Basketball 11, 12, lnterclass Track 11, Senior Play Committee. JOHN WOLFINGER 503 Brighton Avenue ACADEMIC "Big John" . . . hunting . . . dislikes the tire short- age. . . "Are you kiddin' 7" . . . army air corps . . . speedy skater . . . shy. lnterclass Basketball 11, 12 lnterclass Baseball 11, 12 Class Trip Committee Hall Monitor 12 , WILLIAM WOLFINGER 229 Carsonia Avenue ACADEMIC . . . "Gee zum" . . . dislikes jitterbugging . . . goes for food and cherries . . . a Boy Scout in every sense of the word . . . future Alma Mater, Albright. . . a booming voice and wavy hair. A I-li-Y 11, 12, Senior Chorus 11, 12, Junior Play, Home Room President 12, Cantata 11, 12, Penn Alma, Chairman of Junior Publicity Committee, Senior Dance and Barn Dance Committee, lnter- class Soccer 11, 12, Assembly 10, 11, 12, SoccerManager'l1,12,BasketballManager11,12, National Honor Society 12. - Qs 5 'Zin gllilemuriam "But when the sun in all his state, lllumecl the eastern slcies, She passed through glory's morning gate, And walked in Paradise." On January '18, 1941, we lost to Eternity our fellow classmate, Kathleen Witters. We remember her happy laughter, unlimited energy, and generous heart. With Kathleen's passing, the world has lost a gallant soul. M 1 ., 1 fn ,I v o 1 : . I I , fr 3 Z gf ff, f X X ,ff K K f ff!!! X 4,2 ZX 2 ff Zz' 1 f ,ff 1 ff K M f X KKK!! 1 W X1 f Qfffff Xfffi ? , if If P ff"' , ,lf-E' ' ' agp.: xi 'z BK! . fs... ,J-L' :" r '-.1 C.-' :- -.,- . 1' 5.17: .,..-. . gif?-f.' 2-52-:- QZ9. J- ,gf - fda-2 -531 5.1-I 5 . 3137: " af: r- ..f 'ffff-I 2533. -. ,.:,,,,. ,.,.. , iw?-fj ifgsizl , s".. ' pg, : , Q l"'Y. 5-2,37 . Y J, 1-5 - - .fztlf G3-if Q, ' '. -1 iff-I-1 J.-221:32 ' I 2- X 'bw if DOL, lv DJ 'V xx i' I 422: -.', va Hu. Effie .' iii' '- '--49: jig as ' -5 ,'... -F 195 . 4. -'za 7, 51: . 'f'fy'f1:. " rf JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS These four are the guiding light of the Junior Class and are striving to make it one of the best in the history of the high school. The officers are: President Ralph Stone Vice-President Robert Seidel Secretary Agnes Martin ' . Treasurer Richard Arnold JUNIOR CLASS ADVISOR Mr. Sharetts has willingly helped the Juniors in all of their class activities. I W 1 M55 r : N 51 'V I 41 i if f'1 W E I' 3 N' gf sq s!5 , W Hr, mg l 1 HU EM yu ,M iw' 'wx M3 W1 IH 5, il: Wzw 134 VA! gn! I HM HV' Y UH W E l 'ts UH gfixig VA 5 Mi ,Mis M4 W aw M5 iwzi N y,.. ,M W' , :'1 w w 1 , Wm 3135 111511 we lxil MV ,Iwi mm mv J l M , Wy ,v1 -1 I gi33?g igQggi , , A wh-'A A M 5 1 , ELEVENTH GRADE First Row: Richard Heberling, Henry Griffith, Lee Bush, Gerald Cody, Irvin Cohen, Richard Arnold, Lloyd Bitting, Ned Burchill, John Gehring, Paul Knabb, Harry Lesher, Elwood Kline. Second Row: Ethel Ehring, Pauline Brill, Hannah Ficlc, Doris Fasic, Beverly Leinbach, Marilyn Grube, Janet Kuersten, Mary Jane Herbine, Dorothy Dengler, Emmy Draudt, Mildred Fiscus, Bettina Diener. Third Row: Mr. Stutzman, Virginia Hinkel, Margaret Bernsau, Pauline Dautrich, Ruth Bingaman, Sara Him- melreich, Virginia Hawk, Anita Kendig, Elaine Clouser, Bernice Linderman, Hazel Calden, Nancy Bodey, Betty Geiger, Vivian LeVan,Virginia Cosby, Marguerite Hasson, Grace Cummings, Arlene Goodhart, Arlene Hassler, Helen Harrison, Arlene Hauder, Catherine Albright, Mildred Boone. Fourth Row: lra Custman, Harold Boyer, Victor Goodhart, John Dewald, Samuel DeGeorge, Carl Ammon, Leroy Hildebrand, Charles Keller, David Bechtel, Alfred lschinger, Marcus Claster, Warren Hetrich, Treve Davis, Norman Hartline, Edward Druschel, Jaclc Larkin, Richard Gillis, Herbert Fisher, Robert Greth, Llewellyn LeVan, Richard Christman. V ,...,,, ,MW W . , , f.,,,.....W W ELEVENTH GRADE First Row: Richard Reiter, David Nein, Gerald Leinbach, Eugene Swavely, George Rothenberger, Robert Mowry, LeRoy Reifsnyder, Gene Shirlc. Second Row: Virginia Schwartz, Aileen Rosenbaum, Fern Sweitzer, Elsie Renner, Margaret Sweitzer, Virginia Woerle, Eunice Martz, Joyce Schaeller, Alice Maier, l-lelen Rivers, Shirley Richter: Third Row: Richard Peifer, Agnes Martin, Phyllis Silver- man, Marjorie Odum, Barbara Zellers, Gladys Shurr, Louise Maxymillian, Mildred Zilles, Mildred Spatz, Emelea Mantis, Blanche Zieber, Nelson Rapp. Fourth Row: Jean Price, Kenneth Weller, Donald Rhoades, Sylvia Weisman, l-larry Schalclc, Ralph Stone, John Zeoclc, Paul Sauer, John Lein- bach, Robert Seidel, Joseph Spatz, John Yeich, Leroy Weidner, Donald Sailer, Charles Shinn, l-larold Wells, Wendell Ward, Claude Seidel, William Richter, Frank Ziegler, Douglas Reed. 5-.... sv ' f f "-"wwf, Q - A , , I I L ,I , ., TENTH GRADE First Row: Gertrude Goodhart, Dorothy Anne Wilson, Rita Seargent, Culoria Landis, Sara Jane Meck, Barbara Knoll, Nancy Cramp, Dorothy Tomlinson, Constance Nester, Virginia Smith, Lois Wagner, June Vogel. Second Row: Theodore Ennis, Adelaide Youse, Karolyn Rambo, Anna Marie Homan, Jack Shott, Walter Herb, Betty Morgan, Helen Kropp, Irving Silverman, Jaclc Searel, Abbie McMichael, Robert Lindermuth, Carolyn Boone, Marilyn Hassler. Third Rovv: Richard Wolf, Joseph Hendrickson, Henry Singer, Ralph Heller, Robert McLaughlin, David Miller, George Haws, Fred Hess, William Hart, Robert Koch, Lynwood Romich, Donald Christian, David Christian. l'l'?""" NINTH GRADE First Row: Alan Baskin, Bernard Reitz, David Tarner, Elmer Lutz, Jack Del-lart, James Green, Robert Od D I ' ' ' ' um, ona d Johnson, Marlin Yerger. Second Row: Dorothy Wilkerson, Marjorie Zerbe, Mary Jane l-lenry, Claire Morris, Madge Severns, Barbara Peck, Jean Fehr, June Ganter, Janet Behm, Betty Larson, Mary Lou Godshall, Aileen Freedman, Doris Beaver. Third Row: Thomas Fessler, Paul M., b . . . i ten erger, Esther Snyder, Ardeline Field, Jane Large, Betty Nein, Robert l-larner, Jacques Price, Andrew Miller, Jack Koch, Arthur LeVan, Bruce l-lall, Richard Frankhouser, Gloria Ludwig, Marcella Dissinger, Nancy Large, Francina Homan, Katherine Becker, Robert Diefenderfer, William l-lalbeisen, Fourth Row: Richard Bieber, Robert Bergenholtz, John Deysher,George Swartzwelder,William Lord, Alan Bell, James Frasso, Daniel Huggins, Bruce Wolf, Carl Boas, Richard Gerhart, William Gillis, Gilbert Leib, Richard Dickersin, Barry Leinbach, Ronald Youngerman. 'vw g. ' - ,.-F, . EIGHTH GRADE First Row: Donald McDevitt, Harry Dissinger, Lawrence Fessler, Edwin Becker, Richard Carvin, Eugene Friedman, Irvin Derschewitz. Second Row: Nancy Cramp, Barbara Corbin, Joan Johnson, Jean Edmonds, Margaret Zeoclc, June Homan, Jane Swavely, Dolores Whitman, Grace Adams., Third Row: Nitzi Yerger, Marceline Moyer, Helen Smith, Jane Zichler, Dorothy Meschinsky, Louise Sfingas, Nancy Sausser, Erma Dengler, Marie Shinn, Ruth Herb, Ramona Cullen, Elizabeth Kropp, Jean Ferguson, Jean Meek, Teresa Miller, Patricia High, Sylvia Weisman. Fourth Row: Blake Miller, Albert Adams, Clifford Hodglcins, Richard Flammer, John Albright, Richard Simmon, Richard Weller, Ben Bohrer, Richard Ludwig, Russell Hoffman, Earl Homan, William Bernsau, Hasso Zilles, Dana Hanford, Paul Ward, Robert Ludwig, Clarence Goode. rf A T 4 X E 'V N .W . ..,,.. V , x -3- . , , g SEVENTH GRADE First Row: Louis Cohen, James Lauclcs, Alfred Leaders, Frank DeGeorge, David Stump, James Rhoades, Leon Dautrich, Robert lbach, Edward Large, Robert Forester, Second Row: Ann Kazmierczalc, Betty Ann Williams, Janet Price, Joyce Snyder, Gloria Edwards, Arldine Romich, Caryl Leinbach, Joan Fix, Nancy Salzmann. Third Row: Alma Natanblut, Jean Gressley, Nancy Stump, Doris Campbell, Marjorie Rambo, Joanne Esterly, LaRene Rice, Carol Anderson, Gloria Franlchouser, Nancy Yorgey, Anita Goulden, Barbara Smith, Phoebe Bertolet, Phyllis Zeigler, Betty Nein, Kathryn Thursby, Virginia Kitzmiller, Dorcus Ludwig, Joan Barth. Fourth Row: Rodney Ringler, Oliver Knight, Bobby Sharetts, Bernard Singer, Phillip Printz, Billy Mayers, Lewis Starr, Scott Bennett, Anthony DeGeorge, Thomas Powers, Raymond Messner, l-larry Baulcneclct, Louis Thomas, George Crump, James Michael, Richard Hammer. TWIRLERS AND MAJORETTES This group of high-steppers has added much pep and color to our band. The maiorette corp is a recent addition, and has been acclaimed with great enthusiasm. Front Row: Leon Moyer, Marjorie Zerbe, Jean Fehr, Madge Severns, Nancy Large, Mariyn Johnson. Second Row: Caryl Leinbach, Marcella Dissinger, Anne Marie Homan, Joan Barth. 0 6 'O Sc, 1 Ply f QNO0 040 4 'lf Kev!-0 Qf 65 7- Xglf nl I? I I7 lv X I W '11 aw fl gm 9-If All WX, 5' 'X 65 X Cum Bw' 6 ,XT X gigs! 9 0 Q-Cam 'X- :oox j Qiovi, as-6 sw 03 S 1 so Axqgfxoixofx' CSNJAQ-:Af 33-S' QQ faxes T -4- X 19 Pun 00 ?Xe,3q, -P0 " -'J , 4 . " n . 1 .1 -,. 12.5,-F,,? a04,.::fJ-H. Q "ri3r F 1. -Q! 4: '- .I ' x u xx 5. MR. HASLEY Coach Mr. l-lasley, one of the county's outstanding sports mentors, has done much to develop ath- letes and instill a valu- able spirit of good sportsmanship and fair play in our school. MlSS GRIESEMER ' Coach Miss Griesemer has ably coached championship teams and peppy Cheer- leaders with unbounded enthusiasm.Herdirector- ship has proved an incentive to the student assembly at all the games. MR. DeBOLD Coach Mr. DeBold, whose youthful vigor helped to put our sports pro- gram otl to a grand start, has left pleasant memories and high ideals here at Mt. Penn. Q N , f:,LL l H . In ik if :.:Q:QQ.:. Q X SENIGR LETTERMEN fx? iii A J iv ' 'serj ,, X .J 5 ,wi f sy W VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM Living up to the reputation ol the '40-'41 team, the Mountaineers brought the second Berlcs County Championship to the school. Alter going through an undefeated season ol fourteen games, the team van- quished Wernersville and Fleetwood lor the county championship. The team set a record of twenty-five straight league victories completing the most colorful season in the history ol the school. CAPTAIN Reading from left to right: First row-Edward Frasso, Marcus Claster, Howard Beaver, Allan Cohan, Richard Shisslalc, second row-Fred Goetz, Carl Ammon, Ralph Stone, John Zeoclc, Frank Howard, William Wolfinger, Coach, Mr. Hasley. HOME AWAY Mt. Penn Opponents Mt. Penn Opponent. Amity .................. 49 12 94 QQ 'Kutztown .......,......... 55 14 34 35? Oley CGolden Jubileej ..... 66 22 Wyomissing .....- ........ Q 4 Q7 'Muhlenberg .......... 35 15 43 7 'Wilson ........ Q6 13 44 1 8 Allentown. . 30 38 'MOhntOn .... 59 18 28 90 "Birdsboro. . . 48 14 48 19 Alumni .... Q9 Q5 "Shillington. .. 49 97 Q7 13 'Boyertown ........ '. . 26 93 41 12 Reading .................... 19 43 'Denotes league games COUNTY PLAYOFFS-Mt. Penn 34 Wernersville 39 Mt. Penn 64 Fleetwood Q5 DISTRICT 3 P. I. A. A. PLAYOFF-Mt. Penn 17 Gettysburg 37 IE FREDDIE SING L DICK A BILL MARC EDDIE BABE CARL JOHNNY COSSIE COACH CO-CAPTAIN ' MT. PENN JAY-VEES 4 The Mount penn Junior Varsity again set the pace in the Central Division by Winning 13 out oi 14 games to win the Central Division Championship. They also deleated West Reading and Hamburg lor the fourth' straight Berks County Junior Varsity Championship. CO-CAPTAIN Reading left to right: front row-l. Cohen, R. Seidel, H. Reich, J. Stevenson, R. Kline, P. Sauer, D. Huggins. Ejcklgovm-fhsst. Mgrs. H. Singer, W. Hoffman, R. Dickerson, J. Frasso, W. Hettrich, Mgr. W. Wolfingerf Coach ac as ey. HOME AWAY Mt. Penn Opponents Mt. Penn Opponents 'Kutztown ..... 17 18 41 11 Wyomissing .... 60 13 "Muhlenberg . . 33 7 38 15 'Wilson ..,...,. Q8 22 38 13 Allentown. .. 14 Q1 "'NlOl'inton. . . 36 16 Q6 11 'Birdsboro .... 48 8 43 5 Faculty ,,..... Q4 Q7 'Shillington ...... 17 11 33 19 'Boyertown ......,... 39 9 96 1 4 Reading ...................... 10 27 'Denotes league games. ' . COUNTY PLAYOFFS-Mt. Penn 43 West Reading QQ Mt. Penn 64 Hamburg 18 co-CAPTAIN A . fi GIRLS' BASKETBALL TEAM Under the leadership of co-captains Josephine Lutz, and Jeanne Pflugfelder, our girls' basketball team has been more successful than ever before. Like the Varsity, it has not been defeated. This is quite an honor for the girls' team, and we duly give credit to all members of the team. ' Co'CAPTA'N After the most exciting game with the Boyertown team our girls came through victorious, the score being 39-33. - The Senior girls lost through graduation are the co-captains Josephine Lutz, Jeanne Pflugfelder, Virginia Gerth and Betty Jaslculelc. The fine coaching of Miss Griesemer gave the team the incentive to work for their excellent record. HOME AWAY Mt. Penn Opponents Mt. Penn Opponents Amity ....... 30 21 Q9 fl 5 Mohnton .... 46 QQ 33 1 7 Shillington .... '15 TO 27 'IB Boyertown ..... 39 33 27 Q0 West Reading ,....... .,..,.,. 3 4 1 2 39 94 First row: left to right-Jeanne Pflugfelder, Virginia Gerth, Betty Jaslculek, Virginia Woerle, Elsie Renner, Dorothy Tomlinson, Barbara Knoll, Josephine Lutz. Second row: left to right-Margaret Bernsau, Assistant Manager, Virginia Schwartz, Joyce Schaeffer, Miss Griesemer, Coach, Shirley Richter, Agnes Martin, Gloria Miller, Manager. ' ia. SOCCER TEAM Despite the fact that Mount Penn encountered a season dominated by ties, the material produced in 1941 was one ot Coach Hasleyis Finest. The team showed excellent team Worlc, smart loall handling and constant possession ol the ball, which all resulted in a record ol 3 wins, 3 losses, and a collection ol 5 ties. CAPTAIN Reading from left to right: Front-D. Griffith, F. Howard, A, Batastini, W. Martin, D. Johnson, F. Goetz, W. Fessler, L. Ramsey. Back- D. Huggins, P. Knabb, R. Stone, H. Boyer, W. Ward, H. Beaver, Coach Hasley, R. Seidel, J. Zeock, C. Ammon, J. Price, J. Stevenson. Mt. Penn Opponents Sept. 18 Mt. Penn at Oley Q Q 4' " Q3 Mt. Penn at W. Reading 7 1 4' " Q5 Pobesonia at Mt. Penn O O 4'Oct. 7 Wilson at Mt. Penn Q Q 4' " 9 Mt. Penn at Robesonia 1 1 4' " QO Mt. Penn at Wyomissing O 1 4' " Q2 Mohnton at Mt. Penn Q 1 if " Q4 Mt. Penn at Wilson 2 1 4' " Q7 Wyomissing at Mt. Penn O 1 4' " Q9 W. Reading at Mt. Penn 2 Q 4' " 31 Mt. Penn at Mohnton O 3 'Denotes league games. BASEBALL TEAM The players pictured above were the aspirants lor the baseball team. They include twelve players lrom last year's squad and also many newcomers lrom Pennside and Exeter. The prospects seemed very encouraging and when this article was written the team had successfully started the season by winning the First game. The spirit and hustle displayed by the team in this game assured Mt. Penn lans ol an interesting and successful CAPTAIN season, First Row: Ronald Youngerman, Marvin Friedman, Martin Baskin, Harold Boyer, Richard Wolf, Frank Howard, Jean Price, LeRoy Reifsnyder, Paul Knabb. Second Row: Robert MacLaughIin, Daniel Huggins, Joseph Hendrickson, John Yeich, Richard Diclcersin, Douglas Reed, Harold Reich, Richard KI' W'Il' M ' . Th'd R : ' ' ' ' ine, i iam artin ir ow LeRoy Hildebrand, Eugene Swavely, Richard Miller, Walter Rhoads, Warren Hetrnck, Donald Griffith, Fourth Row: James Stevenson, William Hoffman, Daniel Keim, Allan Cohan, Howard Beaver, Lincoln Ramsey, Robert Seidel, Ralph Stone. ?l?7r L. MAY - t X S TRACK TEAM Alter lagging lor a year the traclc squad this season seemed, when this article was composed, to have talent lar above the average. lhe prospective candidates, shovvn above, trained diligently lor many vveelcs belore the First meet. The lellows and girls had displayed Fine spirit and ability in practice and the coaches seemed optomistic as to the outcome ol the season. First Row: Dorcus Ludwig, Nancy Stump, Helen Smith, Barbara Smith, Doris Beaver, Betty Ann Williams, Gladys Shurr, Dorothy Meshinslcy, Francina l-loman, Margaret Miltenberger, Nancy Sausser. Second Row: Barbara Corbin, Agnes Martin, Janet Price, Barbara Knoll, Mary Lou Godshall, Joyce Schaetler, Virginia Schwartz, Shirley Richter, Lorraine Nagle. Third Row: Stuart Freedman, Harry Schalclc, Janet Kuersten, Eunice Martz,VirginiaWoerle, Elsie Renner, Jeanne Pflugfelder, Paul Knabb, Donald Johnson. Fourth Row: William Gillis, Robert l-lartline, Albert Batastini, Robert Gerhard, William Reichard, William Wolfinger, Donald Rhoads, Ronald Youngerman, Llewellyn Levan. Fifth Row: Richard Wolf, Daniel l-luggins, Barry Leinbach. Sixth Row: Kenneth l-lart, George l-laws, Paul Sauers, Bruce Wolf, Robert Seidel, John Yeich, Fred Goetz, Jim Stevenson, Alan Bell, Joe Spatz, Ralph Stone, Jean Price. CHEERLEADERS First Row: Jane Keith, Buddy Lutz, G!oria Miller. Second Row: Bonne Folk, Jo Lutz, Barbara Hill, Agnes Martin T lf? TENNIS lhe '41-'4Q tennis season promises to be a prosperous one lor Mt. penn as can be shown by the large number ol contestants, who had tried lor positions when this article was penned. lhis yearis netmen will probably have a nucleus ol seniors to steady our underclassmen, thereby preparing them lor next year when the Juniors will utalce over." First Row: Gilbert Leib, Ted Ennis, Robert Forester, Mr. Stutzman, Nelson Rapp, James Frasso, William Gillis. Second Row: Leonard Coolc, Carl Ammon, William Reichard, Robert Seidel, Marcus Claster, Donald Sailer, Jack Larkin, George Rothenberger, William Wolfinger. 1 4. ..f-ff Z ff f 1 Zi' -4- f 2 9211 X, Z., I 54, -1-lj: --it 'if' .1??fl'1'P!-'S'-IE - Vw - ...fig..-qf,f5f:'x2,,g:':::115 .-,':,L'5f'2'f ., 111 I f'j":':' ..v!. "I,ff':L-"'.'.k-'-:' ' CZ".-' -1 - - ' . f,.... f...,.. . .- . rs.v:.:..g...:,-1-.-.---f -.- . - G 1-1... .1 .. - - . -me .'.- ' '- 'Z MARLYN JOHNSON Penna. State Champion Majorette 1941 -4Q BAND This 45 piece band under the capable direction ol Mr. lce, is the pride and joy of Mt, penn l-ligh School and has bolstered the spirit ol all who hear it and see its color- lul formations. First Pow: Dick Frankhouser, Dana Hanford, Albert Leader, Dick Dickersin, William Reichard, Mary Cramp, Dick l-leberling, Donald Sailer, Joe Hendrickson, Elwood Kline, lrying Derschevvitz, Robert lbach, Nancy Sausser, Constance Nester. Second Row: Jean Gressley, Louise Maxymillian, George Pothenberger, Dick Peiler, Wendell Ward, Richard Christman, David Nein, Jean Price, Jack Shatt, Clair Morris, Dick Wolf, Merrilees Earth, Dorothy Smith,Virginia Smith, Dick Arnold. Third Row: Paul Knabb, Edward Druschel, llean Freedman, Douglas Reed, Betty Larson, Dick Bieber, Lincoln Pamsey. Fourth Pow: William Martin, Dick l-lammer, Oliver Knight, Fred l-less, Harold Boyer, Mr. lce. Last Row: Margaret Bernsau, Earl l-lornan, Robert Lindermuth, Carl Boas, Nancy Cramp, CliFlorcl l-lodgkins. tl 1 ADVISOR all ax-1 n-nn-un ORCHESTRA The orchestra, directed by Mr. lce, a rising organization is composed ol 30 young members who have lent their talents to the Junior and Senior plays and commencement programs. Front Row-'Left to Right: Alfred lshinger, Mary Jane Herbine, Paul Ward, Virginia Hinkel, Blalce Miller, Carol Leinbach, Helen Smith, Merrilees Barth, Dorothy Smith, Nancy Sausser, Barbara Smith, Gloria Franlchouser. Second Row-Left to Right: Constance Nester, Joseph Hendrickson, Nancy Cramp, Jaclc Shott, Claire Morris, llean Freedman,Virginia Smith, Betty Larson, Jean Gressley, Richard Christman, Ruth Karre, Janet Behm. Last Row-Left to Right: Fred Hess, Margaret Bernsau, Carl Boas, Clifford Hodgkins, Mr. Ice. 1- , f lbs 4 Aovrsorz SENIOR HIGH CHORUS The Senior Chorus is a musical organization which meets weekly and prepares selections which are sung at various school activities. Among the outstanding accomplishments of this group of singers was the Christmas Cantata. Miss Kerlrng is the sponsor. First Row Barbara Bierman, Julia Wien, Arlene Wenger, Phyllis Cunningham, Betty Stick, Phoebe Craven, Bonne Mae Folk, Gloria Miller, Josephine Lutz, Merrrlees Barth, Ruth Jean LeVan, Jane Morris. Marian Calm Second Row: Betty Jaslculelc, Barbara Hill, Lois l-lartzell, Virginia Woerle, Dorothy Smith, Shirley Richter, Ruth Karre, Virginia Gerth, June Nuel, Mildred Spatz, Mildred I-lrnnershots, Janet Kuersten, June Severns, Mary Jane I-lerbrne, Margaret Swerteer. Third Row: Dorothy Davis, Patricia Knapp, Betty Ann Snyder, Gloria Landis, Madge Severns, Janet Behm, Dorothy Wilson, Carolyn Boone, Barbara Zillrs, Barbara Zellers, Dorothy Tomlinson, Sara Jane Meclt, Margaret Bernsau, Adelaide Youse. Fourth Row. William Richter, Leonard Coolc,WillrarnWolhnger, Edward Druschel Leroy Weidner, John Zeoclc Donald Rhoads, Carl Swertzer, Marcus Claster, Richard Shisslalc JUNIOR HIGH CHORUS Miss Kerling is training the members of this organization, and they have given several performances in the school and borough First Row: Reading Left to Rightffhnita Goulden, Patricia High, Carol Anderson, Virginia Kitzmiller,3Joan Barth, Jean Gressley, Doris Campbell, Nitzi Yerger, Marceline Moyer. Second Row: Reading Left to Right-Joan For, Caryl Leinbach, Mary Jane Henry, Nancy Cramp, Betty Larson, Jean Fehr, Madge Severns, Claire Morris, Janet Behm, Lucia Kessler. PENN POST This snappy by-weelcly publication, sponsored by Mr. Taylor, serves as a source oi information about our activities and personalities. Front Row-aLeFt to Right: Betty Sticlc, Ruth Karre, Dorothy Smith, fvlerrilees Barth, Gloria Miller, Mr. Taylor, Betty Anne Snyder, i-lelen Kazmierczak, Bonne Mae Folic, Mildred i-linnershots. Stand- ing-Left to Right: Lee i-lirshland, Frank Howard, Charles Grubb, Janet Kuersten, Pauline Hinicle, Allan Cohan, Lois i-lartzell, Phyllis Cunningham, Richard Gillis, James Adams, Stuart Freedman. L DIRECTOR SENIOR CLASS PLAY Reading from left to right: Phyllis Cunningham, Dorothy Davis, William Reichard Betty Sticlc, Carl Sweitzer, Bonne Mae Folic, Miss lleinbold, Gaylord Crozier Merrilees Barth, Gloria Miller, Harold Reich, Allan Cohan. DIRECTOR JUNIOR CLASS PLAY Front Pow: reading from left to right Hazel Calclen, Agnes Martin, Emelea Mantis, Miss LeVan. Second Pow: reading from left to right Richard Gillis, Janet Kuersten, Wendell Ward, Nancy Bodey, Marcus Claster. I '-5-.wa g " ? 1: .- ,f ig! X l .X 5 xi, ? First Rovvf Left to Right: Ruth Bingaman, Agnes Martin, Dorothy Davis, Bettie Anne Snyder, Marlyn Johnson, Barbara l-lill, Helen Kazmierczalf, Mildred Hinnershots, Miss Walker, Merrilees Barth, Gloria Miller, Betty Sticlc, Arlene Wenger, Mary Jane hlerbine, Nancy Bodey. Second Rovv Left to Right: Marian Heuschen, Mildred Spatz, June lXluel,Mar1ory Miltenberger, Pauletta Koch, Madeline Miller, Mildred Zillis, Barbara Zellers, Mary Lou McGlinn, Shirley Quartner, Joyce Greenberg, Jane l-later, Pauline Dautrich, Emmy Draudt, Margaret Svveitzer, Virginia Cosby, Emelea Mantis, Phyllis Silverman. Third Row --Left to Right: Marilyn Grube, Ruth Karre, Jane Morris, Esther Rohrbach, Pauline Hinkle, Jean Plugfelder, Lois l-lartzell, Katherine Thompson, l-lazel Calden, Elsie Renner, Janet Kuersten, Virginia Woerle, Shirley Richter, Jane Mahan, Willa Mae Knight, Grace Cummings, Aileen Rosenbaum. Fourth Rovv Left to Rnghtz Marjory Qdum, Alice Meier, Margaret Bernsau, Virginia Hinlcel, Katherine Albright, Pauline Brill, Joyce Schaeffer, June Severns, Josephine Lutz, Bonne Mae Folic, Betty Jaskulalc, Jane Keith, Emily Shurr, Jean Shollenberger, Ethel Gable, Phoebe Craven, Dorothy Smith, GIRL RESERVES L.."l"..l ,paul HI-Y The Mt. penn i-Ii-Y is a club lor senior high boys, who sponsor parties for under- classmen and dances for senior high students. They have social events For their members, who also compose the V. M. C. A. round-up team. Mr. Sharetts is the Sponsor, and the oFlicers are: President, Franlc l-lovvard, Vice-president, Richard Shisslalq Treasurer, Charles Grubb, Secretary, William Reichard, and Chaplain, William Martin. Front Row-'Left to Right: Edgar Martin, Robert Moyer, Frank Howard, William Wolfinger, William Martin, Stuart Freedman, David Nein. Second RdwfLeft to Right: Fred Goetz, Richard Shisslak, Walter Rhoads, James Adams, Mr. Sharetts, lrvin Cohen, Gaylord Crozier, John Zeoclc, Carl Ammon, Last Rovv+LeFt to Right: Wendell Ward, Harold Reich, Donald Sailer, Allan Cohan, Robert Seidel, John Leinbach, Charles Grubb, Fdvvard Frasso, William Reichard. I I I lllllllll L THE DEBATING TEAMS The debating teams this year disputed a very timely topic, Resolved: That each able-bodied male citizen must have one year of compulsory military training before attaining the present draft age. The aiiirmative team Won their debate against Shillingtons negative team, and the Muhlenberg four toolc a victory at the expense of our negative crew. Front Row-Left to Right: Barbara Zellers, Merrilees Barth, Miss Ludwig, Phyllis Cunningham, Mildred I-linnershots. Standing-Left to Right: Jaclc Larkin, Leonard Cook, Wendell Ward, Richard Gillis. ' ii, 3 Wi' NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY lhe National l"lonor Society is an honorary organization to which the outstanding members ol the junior and senior class are elected on the qualities of leadership, scholarship, character and service. lhe local chapter was granted its charter on March 30, 1931. First Row: Wendell Ward, Richard Gillis, William Wolfinger, Frank l-loward, Allen Snyder, Fred Goetz. Second Row: Eleanor Wentzel, Barbara Zellers, Margaret Bernsau, Arlene Wenger, Mildred I'-linnershots, Ruth Karre, Dorothy Smith, Julia Wien, Elanor Angstadt. Last Row: William Reichard, Robert Seidel, Allan Cohan, Barbara l-lill, Merrilees Barth, Miss Ludwig, Helen Kazmierczalc, Bonne Folk, Richard Shisslalc, John Leinbach, James Adams. it film " 'QV' ' lm ' .W vw 1 JUNIOR ART CLUB Mr. Evancho's art club works on illus- trating and crafts. The members are students who plan to follow art as a vocation, and in meetings, individual instruction is given. CURRENT EVENTS CLUB Members of this club discuss world events and recent developments in the news. Mr. Larson, the sponsor, has a bulletin board in his room where items of interest are pasted. ADVANCED ALGEBRA This club under the sponsorship of Mr. Stump is comprised of Senior Boys who wish to go further than their prescribed course in Algebra. MODEL BUILDING CLUB The Model Building Club has as its aim the construction of airplane models for use in the army and navy. This is a valuable service in the National Defense eiiort. PRINTING Mr. Kline sponsors this club for the purpose of those interested in the printing of the school's programs, tickets, paper, etc. SENIOR ART CLUB The Art Club, under the sponsorship of Mr. Eyancho, is comprised of students whose main interest or hobby is art. The membership includes the outstanding young artists in our school. HUNTING AND FISHING CLUB The Hunting 'and Fishing Club, under the sponsorship of Mr. Seifarth, exchanges ideas and brings current news pertaining to these sports to club meeting. PHOTOGRAPHY-RADIO CLUB The fundamentals of photography and radio are taught the members by Mr. Sharetts. The idea of this club is to prepare its members for future vocations. TYPING CLUB The Typing Club is comprised of girls and boys in the junior and senior high school. Under the instruction of Miss Anderson, they learn the funda- mentals of typing, and type material for use in the school. SENIOR DRAMATICS Miss Reinhold instructs members oi the Senior Dramatics Club in play production and acting. They presented several assembly plays. Many of its members contributed their talents to the Junior and Senior class plays. LIBRARY CLUB The Library Club members, under the instruction of Miss Ludwig, keep the books in condition and assist her in various other duties. SERVICE CLUB The duties of the Service Club include selling ,tickets and refreshments at the games, and offering miscellaneous services to the school. Mr. Stump is in charge of its activities. BOYS' GYM CLUB The boys in this club are those whose main interest is athletics. Mr. l-lasley, the sponsor, supervises all sorts of competitive games, boxing matches, and similar activities. PAN AMERICAN CLUB The Pan American Club is a recently organized club, whose members learn about the South American Countries, and discuss the values and advantages of Pan American unity. GIRLS' GYM CLUB Miss Griesemer, sponsor of the Girls' Gym Club, has this club so that girls interested in physical education may meet to have competitive athletic games, and added instruction in the Field of physical education JUNIOR DRAMATICS These amateur Thespians are taught the fundamentals of acting for Future senior high productions. Miss Gossler is the advisor. HOME ECONOMICS CLUB This club under the sponsorship ol Miss LeVan had as its big project the making of an afghan for the Red Cross from the multicolored knitted squares. if . . , I 3 f f iw: ' 6 2 XC: GH 6 Q Fl PATRONS' Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Anthony Mr. Joseph Evancho Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gable Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Shurr Mr. Earl Troxel Mr. and Mrs. Leon Shurr Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Maurer Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gurney Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hafer Mr. Paul Reinert Mr. Kenneth Seidel Mr. and Mrs. Allen Weidner A Friend Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kazmierczak A Friend Mr. Claude C. Brumbach Mrs. Esther K. Lutz Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Shollenberger Mr. and Mrs. Edward Brown Frank M. Hayes, Esquire Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Shiffer Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Mull Jack McGlinn Miss Amy V. Walker Miss Dorothy Lewis Mr. and Mrs. Ernest L. Barth Mr. and Mrs. Ralph F. Smith Mr. Thomas K. Leinbach Mr. and Mrs. Edwin F. Palm Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Weisel, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Greacen Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. John H R. B. Hanford Hartzell, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Martin L. Hill Mrs. Kate Frasso Mr. and Mrs. P. Fry Mr. and Mrs. Jack Chiarelli Mrs. Florence Riley Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Howard Miss Elizabeth Kerling Mr. and Mrs. Fred Steck Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Kalish Ada E. Gossler Mr. and Mrs. John Seifarth Emma J. Reinbold Miss Elva D. Ludwig Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Larson Roscoe H. Ward LeRoy Mowry Mr. and Mrs. Jacob D. Wentzel Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Stump Mr. and Mrs. J. Tyndall Ice Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Stutzman Mary K. Mohr Miss Ellen Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Fogle Wm. DeH. Wentzel Walter Dietrich St. Clair Flowers Mrs. Hazel M. Reichard Mr. Robert F. Zimmerman Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Karre E. T. G. Krizin, Underwood Elliot Fisher Company Mr. ancl Mrs. Howard Beaver Helen E. Angstadt Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Frasso Daniel S. Adams Mr. and MrsaAlbert J. Angstadt Mr. and Mrs. Cy Cohen Miss Laura H innershots Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Hinnershots Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Roland Fred A. Howard O. H. Bennett Mr. and Mrs. William H. Grubb Ruth M. Odenwelder Stickler 84 Co. Esther's Grocery Store Mrs. R. D. Nevin Ralph W. Yerger Mr. and Mrs. Harold Craven Mr. and Mrs. A. l. Stump Mrs. Wm. D. Mallow Mr. and Mrs. Saul Salop Mr. and Mrs. J. Norman Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Ray F. Cunningham Dr. and Mrs. M. Austin Mr. and Mrs. Judson R. Severns Mr. and Mrs. Stuart R. Keith Miss L. Elizabeth Houck ' Dr. and Mrs. Howard U. Miller -All 1' fu "W 3 ,.f::f.gf'1"g,Z: , f J ff 3 ff? ,Ly as 1 N Z fa f . . Ja, y f !"'- f . , , 14" LVVIRIE Zz. Q57 . 2? 24 l fa if 1 XI : ... :Il .ian V ykl N5 Kunz outlolae 'have at Ike Sx:LNuRg.iC.E x.uN0'lEON al5 Sox sallsbllng Tc naw . - ou ' . ' uS . l AZXXEQRGQS n u We ncz Elzcuo wr ' I .Slime New L -men Si. 3 lemons am I , - XCQCQC if as if if 1 if if MERICAN YOUTH . . the future of our country is in your hands Now . . . more than ever before . . . you have an obligation to keep fit . . . to build for buoyant health. Whatever your part in the great program of national defense, it will call for strength and stamina. The Committee on Foods of the National Research Council urges that We as a nation drink more milk. Why? Because milk is a sound foundation on which to build family meals. Packed into a quart of milk are many essential food values that would be more difficult and more expensive to get in any other Way. Live well above the safety line for good nutrif tion I Include plenty of milk in the daily diet to keep vitality and resistance high ! ST. L WIRE CE IR in t c .... uri i' o if 'A' K FERD HECK F L O R I S 'I' Phone 44823 TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINES SOLD, RENTED AND REPAIRED READING TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE 837 Washington Street READING, PA. ' TOM B. THURSBY, MGR. Dial 20.551 4 A ' . ., A L . '-'. IDDD T of e- I Ittt - I, 1 " , NEW E nrzched I D tI t ni . f A "',", 0. IZII g A I WHITE BREAD t A "" J'- Y Get it from your ' Grocer or Maier's Route man. ontains not only Vitamin Bfr, but also Vitamin Bfz, other Vitamins of the B group and essential minerals aswell. Eat Maier's Enriched White Bread every day! Congratulations to THE CLASS OF .42 W E IN E R ' S QUALITY CLOTHES SINCE IQI4 759 Penn Street, READING, PENNA. Compliments of KEYSTONE SHOE REBUILDERS 906 Penn Street, READENG, PA. 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