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

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' -ivan - , .v- Q,, . 27, CD53 WV M CC? 6 'N CW Q. ' ' s..JXB. '44,r-' ...ZX 'Q Sf 1 I, gpg: 0 '3 f' l....f .. Q- W X uv .bm HI L. N r-1 X K N - All n fi MR wie ., Q3 X . 73' S fi I xm H VBA Hi U IF ' X 37 , ais- N CMF PENN ALMA 1944 D CC Eleventh Annual Eoliiion Published May, 1944 by the Senior Class Mi. Penn High School Mi. Penn, Pennsylvania Alma Mater Proudly waves old Mount Penn's emblem Black and Grange Fair! Floats triumphant in the breezes, No dishonor there. Student days have fondest nienrries: 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 n'1ern'ry shall not perish From a studentls heort. Far away on lite's broad highway All shall fortune try, Still our loving hearts shall cherish Thoughts ot Mount Penn High! Foreword . . ln this, the Penn Alma ol l944, We strive to preserve at least a portion ol the precious Clays which the members ol the Class of Nineteen-hunolred Forty-tour have spent to- gether. ln the future may this small cross- section ot school lite stimulate the memories ol comradeship ancl pleasant associations that we can never duplicate again. PE NN YA FILMH Dedication . . . To Mr. Lloyd Stutznian, we the class ot l944, do gratefully dedicate our yearbook in sincere appreciation ot his untiring patience, incomparable wit, Willing cooperation, and ceaseless assistance to our class and Alma Mater. FE NN Y4 FILMH Contents . . Administration Seniors Iuniors Sophomores 009 Freshmen Underoiassmen Activities Advertisements FE NN YA FILMH PENN ALMA STAFF First row: Jean Mell, treasurer: Anita Jacobs, personals: Margaret Hartman, typist: Helen Kropp, patrons: Gloria Landis, patrons, Carolyn Boone, art editor. Second row: Hazel Steinmetz, typist: Dorothy Hilbert, personals: Margaret Frederick, features: Dorothy Tomlinson, personals: Lois LeVan. personals: Constance Nester, icatures: Barbara Knoll, editor-in-chief: Betty Morgan, advertising editor. Third row: Mr. Wentzel, faculty advisor: Thelma Hill, personals: Marjorie Weidner, per- sonals: Mary Cramp, girls' sports: Mary Pat King, features: Marjorie Peifer, art edi- tor: Sara Meek, featuresg Anne Marie Homan, typist. Fourth row: Edward Seasholtz, personals: Joseph Hendrickson, advertising: Henry Singer, boys' sports: Richard Lorah, boys' sports: Russell Angstadt, features: Robert Harris, advertising: Kenneth Ginader. personals, James Eaton, advertising. Louise Liever assisted in writing features, and Robert Lindemuth helped with advertising, although they do not appear on the picture. PENN FILMFI nomumlmmnow X I I ,v . - ' 'i 9 ' nil I 'M' lp A 3 2 R 10 . 4 5 3 ' 00,3 ' A P X .L Q '+ i ff 1 ik Ly' X. Q if 59 jg V! WWWN BGARD CDF EDUCATIQN Readmq from left to rxqht: Mr, E. L. Barth, Treasurer: Mr. Thomas K. Lembachg Mr. William H. Bernsau, President: Mr. Robert H Seidelp Mr. Fred A. Howard, Vxce-Presndenlg Mr. Edwin F. Palm, Secretary. f K J W4 Today We are engaged in a Zstruggle that over- shadows all else. We are confident we shall emerge a victorious nation. You will he called upon to help re-build a war- torn world. Be ready and prepared to assume respon- sibility and leadership. The opportunity to serve your country and its citizens will be unlimited. You must meet the challenge. Congratulations and best wishes to the Class of 1944. FE NN YI-4 HLMH ELLEN ANDERSON l.u:v, lhffvL'L'm'fvir1gf, 'I'-vfilzgf, .S'f1lf.v11n:l . ,L B.S.. Ehzorrtsburg Teachers College. Columbia University V V V . 1-: V 'FT h- , ' A2 'Q FACULTY CARRIE E. BABB ,Yrvffazl .S'!11di4'.r B.S., Kutztown State Teachers College: M.A.. Teachers College, Columbia Universlty. r I .' A2630 . CORTNEY BRYAN llf.l'l'Hl'j' B.S.. Kutztown State Teachers College. W7 K yr-f FACULTY MIRIAM G. GRIES llvulill, PfIj'.Vl.t'tll litllllillfillll BS. West Chester State Teachers College. Albright College PENN RALPH S. DICKERSIN lyfllliffllfl Reading High School. I. T. U.. Indianapolis, Indiana EMER l f I EVELYN M. HAAG Ar! and Cfmfls B.S., Kutztown State Teachers College YI-4, HLMH FACULTY 5 ff, , x ff' JEAN C. HEISEY ' ' f-,K I m'1:llllu.m' West Chester State Teachers College. ANGELA HOAUSEAL .S'lwr.'l14111r1, 'l'yf1i11y B.S.. Temple University. 2 1 L JAME. , I , C K , ,I , 1'7" -,,,, m' 51 1 ltlflg. . 61150, fll'7'0lI ulzrx Z sb 1' tate Teach rs College: A d e ylvania Sta College, A C ' ,..' i A FE NN YI-4 HLMH JOSEPH J. LARSON 51.711111 Stzzdivx B,S., Pennsylvania State College, Columbia University. i H FACULTY LOUISE E. KELLER Lrifilz, Ellfjliilli If BA., Albright College: MA. University of Pennsylvania X' W ' I . A, I f Tvbv 1 A' , g L- 'L' 'QQ' F' L ANNA E. LEVAN Home lfmzmllzirs B.S., Albright College, Pennsylvania State College. PENN Y I HLMH FACULTY ELVA LUDWIG B.S., Millersville, State Te ch ' Colleg Duke Universityg ., -nnsy un e 0 I.i!?l'Ill'ltlll, Iizzfffixlz i. Stat Q be. ffftew X Q, E WILLARD MUSSER sf! :,: Z I Q V J Ii1.x'Irul11i'11lr1Z Jl.'11.vii' ' BS.. Ithaca College. V e- wi ' EMMA J. REINBOLD Englixli B.A., Lebanon Valley College, Pennsylvania State College. FE NN Y4 FILMFI llllflllllfl'-l' mm' l'rv-llzdlzrfiolz lilm'l1'frify FACULTY JOHN H. SEIFARTH IIlflIl.YfI'ltll A rfx PLS., Pennsylvania Stale College J. LLOYD SHARETTS olugy, C'f1v111isI1'y. l'l1y.fi4's, l7l'0-Illdllffdll BS., M.S., Gettysburg College. xl .Vex R. STUART STUMP ,"l!i'Z'tIIIm'l'd lllulI1c'111ut1'c.9 B.S., Juniata College. Temple University PE NN HLMH FACULTY LLOYD L. STUTZMAN flfflllllll, -5if'c111z'.v11, SL'l.0'Il'C BA.. M.A.. Gettysburg College W J. NORMAN TAYLOR gllulh, fllllflll' l711.vi11v.v.v 7Nl'fIl1IiH,U, lfl'!ll!'lI,1l.!! ,llfIf1lt'lIIf7fff'.Y B.S., University of Pennsylvania, Temple University, Pennsylvania State Collee. JACOB D. WENTZEL EllfjH.Y1l BA., Franklin and Marshall Collegeg M,A., Columbia University. FE NN X14 HLMFI R1r.vi111'.v.v lfrlyflixlf, Offrr P1'f11'l1'rv, C'011.v1lu1r'r'.v FACULTY DAVID S. ZIMMERMAN lfvufllz, l'lf.v.viu1! Etllilfllfillil BS.. Enst Stroudsburg Teachers College lVI.Ed.. Temple University. PE NN FILMFI . ku! W . SENIORS F ' 1 ,"" ,X " aw? ' ,. , . mm I I s . 'P A , it s r 4 E 'E v , . Q 'X K E x"'1 f X' g I Y lIl,i1 I f l ' Wkswk A 5 2 E sENio12 CLASS oFF1CE1Qs Seated: Rita Sergeant, Treasurer: Marjorie Wiedner, Secretary. Standing: lame-s Grim, President: Robert Koch, Vice President. Class Motto: ulforward ever, backward never. Class Colors: Blue and White. Class Flowers: Red Rose and White Carnation. FE NN Y4 FILMFI J Words and Music E Elf Senior Music Class f14TJih4QfMJ3iii ,I WQ,The Class OF For- TT Four, Sour Fofl-WCM To Theiovr 2. Pgmm H1c3H,wiTk- in TKT WQH5 OF Kmow-Madge cmd 53003 Cheerigm- f' iff:?5sTfQ,fjfiiifU lives YOUIVE PQT-Terndd, i-:feels Se'CTFf'U' EGU' ahd evlrf year fve-we-U nw w F-onward QV-GY, BQQK-wave! me-vegOur MOT-To PVC-Ven True, We Leave we 'now musT Take OFTMQQ To See K ouv5ePLrcLTe 'lTfemi11q5 WJJJW JjVJJJiOH X-mse OW ke-03-T5 and voi-ces 1-UCAN, in C6066-ICSSVPVU-i5C To YOU - far or new The Huec1vw3wMiTewe'H Cher-ish To The End- PAUL JOSEPH AICHER 126 West 36th Street, Reiffton .'Jcz1n'4'u1iz' "Ike" . . . "l XYUl1lClll,'fg0SUf2ll'Il.SfUSZlj' tlf:1t" , . . mules to school on two v.'l1c-els . . . luis pretty legs? . . . sports czlclct wings . . . mashed potatoes ACTIVITIES Hi-Y 12 Senior Pluy Aeronautics Club 11 Senior Assembly .hm NANCY JANE ANGSTADT 609 Friedensburg Road. Pennside ,-I radvnl iz' "jamie" . . . air stewzlrdcss forblue . . . "Mywo1'd" . records . . . chocolate sodas ACTIVITIES Sub Deb Club 11 Current Events Club 12 Home Nursing ll Zllslllllty collects next +1-iw ,ollllggt GRACE A. ANDERSON 3603 Circle Avenue. Reiffton ,lln1u't'r1li4' ",'Xml4y"' . . . rclislics lfrcnclt pastry . "Huh ?" . . . zlversion to I4lllllJl'l'g' cheese , . .l7lllSllt'Sl'CZ1Clllj'. ACTIVITIES Girl Reserves 11, 12 Senior Dramatics 12 Sub-Deb Club 11 Class Committee 12 Homeroom Secretary 11 Senior Assembly FE NN X14 FILMFI MARGARET BEGENY 2048 Fairview Street, Mt. Penn Cmr1111c'rc1'f1l "Peggy" . . . "Holly Geeu . . . reserved . . . Clary Cooper . . . stenograplier . . . enjoys movies. ACTIVITIES Intramural Sports 9, 10 Girl Reserves 12 Chorus 10, 11 Dramatic Club 12 French Club 11 Latin Club 9, 10 Service Club 12 11 RUSSELL L. ANGSTADT 20 Park Lane, Pennsidc ,'1raa'muir ".Xngie" . . . grilled elieese szmclwielies .. . civil engineer . . . hxvllilt Z1 way to 1nz1ke:1living"...easy-going... ACTIVITIES Interclass Sports 11, 12 Basketball 10 Hi-Y 12 Student Council 12 Class Committees Aeronautics Club 11 Current Events Club 11 Truck Manager 11, 12 K Wi . PAULINE LOUISE BEHM Esterly, Pennsylvania C'm1z111L'1'ri11l "XYoozy" . . . "You sc-zzer" . . . jitter- Iiugging . . . ACTIVITIES Junior Dramatics 9, 10 Girl Reserves 11 Senior Dramatics 12 PENN X14 HLMH HUNTER FRANKLYN BINGAMAN St. Lawrence Heights. Esterly fl mdv 171 1-K' "l3ingy" . .. how about that motor- cycle? . . . "VVell. I don't know' '... up- proyes of gorgeous girls . . . collects guns as Z1 hobby . . . embryonic Naval Fire Control Man. ACTIVITIES Junior Hi-Y 9 Baseball 11 Hi-Y 12 CAROLYN BOONE Comm crrirzl Penn Alma Interclass Sports 11, 12 Senior Chorus 9, 10. 11 Class Committees 11, 12 2436 Grandview Avenue. Mt. Penn "l7annic" . . . Silence is gOlClCl1...Qft'lt hiker . . . rainy wcatlIcr1Icyci' ruins 1Ll Mn 6' hair . ..CU1l111'lCl'ClillZ11'tlSt. . . My ACTIVITIES ' - I Art Club 11 L Sub Deb 11 Senior Assembly R. DANIEL BORTZ it I Esterly, Pa. l , b Q ' General ,gig I , "l3carcl" . . . nrm disbelieycr in home- 1 I A work . . . "Yu sez' cr" . . . goocl-natured ' y or 1' . . . chocolate milk shakes . . . looks for- f V,A, I, ward to joining' the Navy. I-I I X,, ' f , ACTIVITIES It Basebaii 9, 10 Manager of Basketball Team 9, 10 ,,tI Athletic Club 10 gf Aviation Math 12 AYIENN X14 HLMH 1.' looi so Q31 'V iefsgwyg i ' 1, igfilry if .pf I ,, 1 L.:L,,-' 435 Q., if 1 X is le ARLENE JUNE BOYER 122 West 84th Street, Reiffton C17Il1llll'7'l'lllI "Hub" . . . Bang! Bang! . . .hCI'I'lCkl11g' U'uni" . . . Moorels Diner . . creamy h complexion . .. ACTIVITIES Hiking Club 9 Knitting Club 10 Sub Deb 11 Senlor Dramatics Club 12 STANLEY E. BOYER 1206 Fidelity Street, Reading A vmrl-ui if "Patsy" . . . deer linnting and salt water fishing . . . naval aviator . . . "Ye tiacls !" . . . Collection of new pennies ciplc of Gutenberg! ACTIVITIES Basketball 9, 10 Interclass Soccer 12 Vice President of Homeroo Penn Post Printer 12 Class Committees Baseball 12 PENN ,, . a clus- m11 W. RICHARD BROWN 118 West 34th Street, Reiffton Cm11n1 errinl "Brownie" . . .pleasure driving . , . that Model A with red wheels . . . accordian player. . . Stick's . . . favors snow. ACTIVITIES Homeroom President 10 Homercom Vice President 12 News Hawks Club 11 Current Events Club 12 Class Committees 11, 12 Senior Assembly Senior Dance Committee X14 HLMH F. WESLEY BROWN 459 Hill Avenue, Pennside i'ie11vr4:.' XYcs" . . . 'Hwooooooo l" . . . wliistling . . 'Flint lilonclc from Pittslmrgli . . . liis unique Ape-Act . . . przictical okc lrl . . . ACTIVITIES Basketball 12 Track I2 - Holder of Berlis County Record for Low Hurdles. Hi-Y 12 Dramatics ll Senior Assembly Senior Chorus I2 Quartet I2 Senior Assembly iii 5 X I .lift Hifi' 49' Viff, .F Ur, 'C ' if , , . f DAVID E. CHRISTIAN 25 North 25th Street. Mt. Penn flmdcmir nllave' '... red Knicks . . . "Ya like that? '... frequent visits to the St. I..:iw1'c-iicc . . . partial to sleep . . nicchzuiical cngineci '... ACTIVITIES Class Secretary 9 Aviation Club ll WILLIAM CHAMBERS, JR. 732 North llitll Struct, Reading C'u11z111w'rif1l 'lllillu . . . rare sense of liuinor . Yorgcy's . . . "Man l l l" . . . nioclcl air plane lmuilclci '... sports announcer . . . ACTIVITIES Service Club ll, 12 Hi-Y I2 Class Committees ll, 12 Pennfide Parrot 10 Typing Club I0 FE NN X14 FILMH ' DONALD P. CHRISTIAN 29 North 23rd Street, Mt Penn I .'il'UIil'IlIIL' "l7on' '... mellow tenor Voice . . . up and coming pianist. . . "Good Heavens" . . . nature lover. ACTIVITIES Senior Chorus 12 Boys Quartet 12 Science Club 11 Senior Assembly BETTY PAULINE COOLING 820 Friedensburg Road, Stony Creek Mills General "lieth" '... skatinox . . I.lox'd . . . wavy tresses . . . "'l'hat's a laugh' '... spa- ghetti . . . Marines. ACTIVITIES Glee Club 9. 10 Sub Deb 11 Current Events 12 MARY ELIZABETH CRAMP 5 Endlich Avenue, Mt. Penn Acadrnzir "Mary" . . . sweaters and pearls , . . il little inorc practice 2L11CI wc'll l1avc a second llcnny Cioochnan! .... Did you cvcr scc licr scrapbook? . . . magnetic I pc-rsonality . . . ACTIVITIES Band 9. 10. 11, 12, President 12 Orchestra 9, 10. 11, 12 Girls' Athletic Association 11, 12 Penn Post 12 National Honor Society 11, 12 Manager of Basketball Team 12 Band Librarian 9, 10, 11, 12 5 gg science contest 12 1 V,,:. i W District Band 9, 10. 11 i . .,.1 District Orchestra 10 Q Dance Orchestra 12 i iii iiiii 5 Girl Reserves 11, 12, Vice President 12 it 1-r I S 1 Interclass Basketball 9, 10, 11, 12 County Orchestra 10 Senior Dance Committee 12 County Band 9, 10 American Legion Award 9 Penn Alma Student Conductor of Band 12 FE NN X14 HLMH JAMES F. DIENER 1550 Friedensburg Road, Stony Creek Mills Aran'vu1ir "Ilia-ner" . . . model builder . . . always seen in work shop . . . Cabinet maker . . . makes walking El lmlvit . . . ACTIVITIES Basketball 9 Model Airplane Club 11 JOHN F. DOREMUS b 516 Fountain Avenue, Pennside A rmfvnz Inf "Long John' ,... record fan . . . 3'C11el'z1l . . . "Urine now" . liver. ACTIVITIES Hi-Y 12 Homeroom Officer 12 Dramatics Club 10, 11 Senior Play Junior Dance Committee Senior Chorus 12 Track Team H. JAMES EATON 10 VVest 35th Street, Reilfton ' flradrmic i K , , I , I "jim" . . . "Hiya Doc." . . . swing bands F' 7 , . . . "Brownie ' . . . engineer . . . short i f hair cut . . . jnlopies. hm : h is ACTIVITIES .. Band 9, 10 Homeroom President 11, 12 Senior Chorus 12 Penn Alma . Student Council 11 Senior Dance Committee GG girls in spurns agil e " V zz. ri W in 1 it H 1151 f 'E 5 3 3 UF' s gl' 'ff' ' Q ,, I if 1653? 'Q ' - vig 15,345 aim if -i .1 f , mf' f Q ji: N -N ci will ' vin. -1 K M 1 1' 1 4 Play Ticket Committee 11 "' iiillll X14 HLMH BERYL JEAN EVANS Woodland Avenue, Stony Creek Mills C'n1411111erfi11I "Beryl" . . . 'l'l1:1t'll go over big . . . flis- likes garflenizis . .. thrills at Vziuglin Monroe's singing . . . petite . . 1 writes letters as Zll1Ul7l3y . . . ACTIVITIES Commencement Committee 12 G. R. 11, 12 Senior Chorus 11 Cless Committees 11, 12 Speedy Greggites Club 12 Sub Deb Club 11 Spring Musicale 11 Operetta 9, 10 Senior Assembly FE NN X14 THEODORE HUNTER ENNIS 325 Carsonia Avenue, Mt. Penn Grnvrnl fed" . . . "Youre at Carclln , . . sharp shooter . . . chewing gum . . . Stielis . . zibhrevizitecl but lively . . . ACTIVITIES Intramural Sports 9, 10, 11. 12 Senior Chorus 10 Stamp and Bond Club 11 Aviation Math Club 12 Junior Play Committee Senior Play Senior Dance Committee Band 12 AUDREY FEGLEY Stony Crccli Mills, RD, 1 Cmziuzerriul ' "Little Audrey" . . . "Get ot? your kneesl' . . . Reading Diner . . . golfing How do you like those "Chinl:ies',? ACTIVITIES Senior Chorus 11, 12 Cl1orus 9. 10 Senior Dance Committee Girl Reserves 11, 12 Class Committees 11, 12 Senior Assembly HLMH IRMA JEAN FISHER Stony Creek Mills CllIlIlIlCl'FltII "l7islier', . . . voclelinv . . . :u'i:1trix . . . . b 'Q-Xrc You kiflcli1w'?" . . , llinfr Croslmv . . . . rw Ph , dancing. ...W-.f ACTIVITIES Library Club 9 Art Craft Club 10 Folk Dancing 11 MARGARET E. FREDERICK 226 North 25th Street, Mt. Penn Clilll-IHl'V!'IAlll "Peggy" . . . long Hngernails . . . busi- ness woinau . , . "Oh, Nztturzxllyln .. swinuning' . . . zmttractivc. ACTIVITIES Hall Monitor 9, 10 Intramural Basketball 11, 12 Class Committee 11, 12 Sub Deb Club, Secretary 11 Christmas Assembly 12 Penn Alma Junior Play Senior Play Girl Reserves 11. 12, Secretary 12 Senior Chorus 12 Senior Assembly 1"X2W"" JAY FREDERICK FLAMM 3605 Lake Avenue, Reiifton fll'IlIl'l'II!ll' i'lTlZlIllllll6y '..,' 'l'm serious l' '... one of the tztllcr fellows ..., Reillton Fire Hall . . . il neat appczmince .... Krlny pilot. ACTIVITIES Model Building Club 9, 10 Aeronautics Club 11 Aviation Math Club 12 Senior Assembly PENN Y4, HLMH JUNE A. GABLE 2243 Dengler Street, Mt. Penn CUll?71II'l'l'IlI1 "luck "I . . . "IJon't be sillV" . . . lrffllllx . 5 I, . :md not Sinatra . . . faithful vi in 2:1 cliewel' . . . Community Hall. ACTIVITIES Homeroom Treasurer 12 Homeroom Secretary 11 Class Committees 11, 12 Sub Deb Club 11 Dramnties Club 12 KENNETH GINADER T17 Carsonia Avenue, Pennside JI Cllfllflll ic "Lie1Ie1'ato1'U . . . Green I-llitz . ..n,l7ig111'C it out for yourself!" . . . Pliziruiziey . . . A math wluzz . . .brilliant mind. ACTIVITIES . Junior Play 3' Senior Play .K . Q Senior Dance Committee ' 'in' Senior Chorus 12 i','.I ,Q Stamp and Bond Club 12 V V Olperetta 10 A, Christmas As:embly 12 fgjggiiijj , A A Recreational Math Club 11 It ' ' - - ' f weeiq? f' 'Swim I Spring Musicale 12 , zgh i g tk Penn Alma National Honor Society 12 Senior Assembly 1 l r I l l I l l l L PENN GERTRUDE MAE GOODHART 2316 Cumberland Avenue, Mt. Penn Co mmvrriul mIll'l1Clj'?l . . . H'lll'l2't'C,S1'Zl.l'6lH. . .ex ceptionally talkative . . . V4 . stays :It home. ACTIVITIES Christmas Assembly 12 Girl Reserves 11, 12 Senior Chorus 12 Class Committees 11. 12 Sub Deb Club 11, 12 Typing Club 10 Art Club 9 Senior Assembly FILMFI bookkeepe JAMES L. GRIM 122 Center Street. lVlt. Penn fir rrrimzzir H.lllllllliCn . . . rclislics raisins . , . "l3'm't give us thc business" . . . math expert , ...inventor . . . the life of the party. lf" ACTIVITIES 1 , Cheerleader 9, 10 1' Dramatic' Club 9, 10 Aviation Math Club 12 Recreational Math Club 11 Junior Play President Senior Class Intramural Basketball Senior Assembly ARLENE HAFER Stony Creek Mills. R.D. 1 clillll-lllC7'l'ftll "rXrlcnc'l . . . "l diclnlt get the drift, snow again rr . . . The Cup . . . tliircl finger, left hand . . . Army. ACTIVITIES Variety Club 10 Dramatic Club 9, 10 Folk Dance Club 11 ROBERT GEORGE HARRIS 26 West 34th Street, Reiffton JI racfvui ir "limb" . . . limselmck riding . . . "Cllr Buster." . . . future gas s tamps. ACTIVITIES Athletic Club 10 Hobby Club 10 Current Events Club 11 Science Contest 12 Dance Orchestra 12 Hi-Y, Secretary 12 Intramural Sports Penn Alma Senior Assembly FE NN . . . quiet? doctor , . . V4 FILMH WILLIAM I. HART 2435 Perlciomen Avenue, Mt. Penn Gcnrfral 5, V "lliIl' '... stage hand . . . "Get a Fowl" I ' . . . almliorcs necessities . . . mechanic . . . spit-balls. 'M .A,cTIv1T1Es MARGARET HARTMAN Stony Creek Mills Cnzrtmrrriul "Margaret" . . . movies . . . taciturn , . . plays rccorcls . . . housewife . . . "Arc Stage Crew 11, 12 Recreational Math ll Aviation Math 11 Senior Assembly rrizr A T P , , gg you kidding .I ACTIVITIES Sub Deb Club 11 Penn Post 12 Penn Alma iff . 7 K FE NN X14 iyre GEORGE ALLEN HAWS Gibraltar Afacffifzir "Mig Ifloyu . . . skating . . . "Aw, youyrc pl tying thc ga1nc" . . . peanut butter and inarslnnallow . . . How 'bout that ACTIVITIES J. V. Basketball 10, 11 Varsity Basketball 12 Soccer 11 Track 9, 10. 11, 12 Intramural Sports 9, 10, 11 Hi-Y 11, 12, Treasurer 12 Homeroom President 11 Humeroom Vice President 12 Math Club FILMFI ,I2 JOSEPH T. HENDRICKSON 3110 Carsonia Avenue, Mt. Penn . lrr1n'rr:1ir "loc" . . . Curly hair . . . driving' . . snappy flrcsscr . . . dislikes broccoli Maces . . . baskctlnall captain. ACTIVITIES Intramural Sports Basketball 9, 10, 11, 12 Baseball 12 Band 0. 10. 11 P. S. M. A. District Band 0, 10 Hi-Y 11. 12, President 12 Junior Play Penn Alma Math Club 11 Homcroom President 12 RICHARD KARL HETRICH Stony Creek Milli Genera! "Itch" . . . StL1Clj'i11g?. . . dislikes shav- ing . . . "Do you like that? . . . Betty Hutton . . . aims to lac a "Second loocyf' ACTIVITIES Homeroom President 9 Class President 10 Basketball 10 Hi-Y 12 Commencement Committee 12 Inter-Class Basketball 11 its , 'T 4 itiilss ,A NORMAN F. HESS, JR. 300 North 25th Street, Mt. Penn flrfidvlzlir "Fred" . . . Klacc's . . . I.ionel llampton . . . tall, dark. and well you know l" . . . rlieniical engineer . . . "Ya say ya do?" ACTIVITIES Rand 9, 10, 11 Junior High Basketball 9 Orchestra 9, 10 Dance Committees 10, 11, 12 Aviation Math Club 12 Recreational Math 11 Class Vice President 11 Intramural, Sports 9, 10, 11, 12 PENN X14 FILMFI F mmb, is Vyh. 5 THELMA B. HILL Stony Creek Mills if l rmiv HI lit' 4' I hehna" . . .nim'1es. . . "You can say that again Y" . . . Florence Nightingale . . . quiet . . . nurse. ACTIVITIES Operetta 9, 10 Sub Deb Club 11 Senior Chorus Il, 12 Junior Play Senior Play Intramural Sports 11, 12 Girls' Athletic Association 12 Girl Reserves 11, 12 Penn Alma Glee Club 9, 10 Senier Assembly DOROTHY B. HILBERT Esterly, Pa. A rnnlv Ill ir "lJotty". . . baby-sitter . . Hlliyal jazz" . . . partial to blue . . . high pom- padour . . . gardeuias . . . eflieieut house- keeper. ACTIVITIES Dancing Club ll Penn Alma Class Committees Interclass Basketball 11, 12 Homeroom Secretary 12 Athletic Club 10 Library 9 DONALD RAYMOND HIMMELBERGER Montgomery Avenue, Stony Creek Mills i Alitllfflllll' S "'l'anglefoot" . . . aviator . Saurler's I understuclv . . . bt1ck's . . . his lauffh isa . ., - " b 1 m," rarity , . . loyal to Pharmacy team . . . S I 5 I ACTIVITIES , ' N' i': -1, , Basketball 91 10 FE NN Y4 FILMH ANNE MARIE HOMAN 2501 Perkiomen Avenue. Mt. Penn 14 t'llt1il'IH if ".'X1111c'y . . . coffee ice c1'czun..."liolly. what's wrong" . . . moonlight hikes . . . conscientious. ACTIVITIES Band 10, 11. 12 Recreational Math 11 Penn Alma Marching Band 10, 11, 12 Drum Majorette 10 Senior Assembly THELMA DARLENE HOYER Lorane, Pa. Cwrzizizcrriul "l3utch' . . . clmwiug and painting . . . I.ink's . , . thinks hats are superfluous . . .sccreta1'y. . . "Hija. shift!" ACTIVITIES Variety Club 10 Dramatics 9 Folk Dance Club 11 Speedy Greggites 12 Girls' Varsity Baskeball 12 Interclass Sports Wai". . I ' fl t 1 -r ww qw X, , ROBERT JACOB HORST 120-C South 20th Street, Mt. Penn KLICUIICIIIIC "Bohn . . . "Never say can't" . . . high pitched voice . . . guitar player . . . fu- ture pilot . . . Alvino Rey. ACTIVITIES Dance Band 12 Intramural Sports 11, 12 FE NN X I FILMH li I NFB' 2 j iQ ,myy mmA I .L ' ' I , i ' - A .Q',f,. .f:V:f-1fu - 'wi 3 frxjizwfgws jg ANITA MARILYN JACOBS 516 North 25th Street. Mt. Penn Ueizvrrif "julie" . . . H,lIllZlt'5 an Urglilil', . singing . . . U.S.CJ .... lots of fnn . nurse? P.. . if it's in style. sliels got ACTIVITIES Operetta 9, 10 Usher 11, 12 Senior Chorus 11, 12 Penn Post 11, 12 Penn Alma Girl Reserves 11, 12 Girls' Athletic Association 11 Senior Dance Committee Junior Prom Committee Spring Musicale 11 Christmas Assembly 12 Glee Club 9, 10 Junior Play Committee Sextet Octet Senior Assembly HARRY R. HUYETT Stony Creek Mills R. D, 1 .f'l.'m1v.':in' " Qeclu . . . Mztcds . . . aims to lic il tiici . . . good music pleases him . . . farm lizincl. ACTIVITIES Rccreaticnal Math 11 Aviation lVTatl'i 12 EDWARD S. JACOBSON 105 Hollywood Avenue. Mt. Penn flrmzlcaizir 'jake' l...' 'E Plnriluns Unnm" . . . sports writci '... wisccracks incessantly . . . pliotogrzipliy. ACTIVITIES Current Events Club ll Junior Play Ticket Committee Penn Post 12 Hi-Y 12 FE NN Y14 HLMH GENE DONALD KELLER Birdsboro. R.F.D. 2 Gc'nf'ru! "L'ocky' '... saves match hooks . . . vanilla milk shakes . . . dislikes inustard . . . 5tick's . . . machinist. ACTIVITIES Current Events Club 11. 12 Senior Assembly gf 'V V, L JEANNE MARY KISSAM 235 Chapel Terrace, Reading Cfvm111c'1'fiaI 'zlean' '...' 'Ohl Honestly' '... One girl that actually dislikes Frank Sinatra . . . . . . modest . . . pianist . . . domestic tendencies . . . ACTIVITIES Library Club 9 Senior Dramatics Club 12 Senior Chorus 11 Art Club 11 Senior Assembly MARY PATRICIA KING 616 Brighton Avenue, Pennside A vadr H1 if "Pat" . . . science whizz . . . always late . . . "People have more fun than any- body" . . . Sehwarzlcopf . . . goes steady with Helen Kropp. ACTIVITIES Chorus 9 Debating 10 Senior Chorus 12 Editor of Penn Post 12 Girl Reserves 12 Penn Alma 12 Intramural Basketball 12 Math Club 11 Senior Assembly FE NN Y4 HLMFI I M3355 yi W ,,A "- sm ff ' BARBARA KNOLL 2545 Cumberland Avenue, Mt. Penn IIIUCAFIIIIC liabs' . . . woman driver . . . ticklisli ..:1uper basketball guard . . . "Stop it !'i . . cute figure. ACTIVITIES Penn Post 11, 12, Editor 12 Varsity Basketball 9, 10, ll, 12, Cap- tain 12 Penn Alma Editor Varsity Track 9, 12 Girl Reserves 11, 12, Treasurer 12 Girls' Athletic As'ociIation Vice Pres. 11 Intramural Sports 9, 10, 11, 12 National Honor Society 11, 12 Senior Assembly Class Committee Usher 11 ll -as-11 li X Xi, FE NN X14 GLADYS KNEPP 322 Wood Street, Reading CU7lLllIFl't'lIYl Uliiieppie' . . . Navy . . . Kay liysci' . . 1 "You arcn't kidding" . . . secretary . . long' l'lllg'C1'llZIllF . .. ACTIVITIES Girls' Athletic Club 10 Speedy Greggites 12 Folk-Dance Club 11 DORIS L. KOCH Esterly f4'lllllIIl'1'l'l'lIl Hliocliic' ,... good athlete . . Miller '... maroon C0llX'Cl'l1llJlC' . ,pw tary '... "Are you kiddi11g?i' """""" ACTIVITIES Dramatics 9 Girls' Athletic Club 10 Speedy Greggite Club 12 Chorus 9. 10 Folk-Dance Club 11 HLMFI lilcuii SCCFC- ROBERT C. KOCH 25 South 23rd Street. Mt. Penn Cn1111111'r1'ial "Koel1ie" . . . Klt. Penn l'l1z11'111z1ey . . . Navy 1112111 . . . large cherry eokes , . . knows all latest jive steps . . . lllilll of diverse moocls. ACTIVITIES Student Council 10 Vice President Student Council 11 President 12 Intramural Sports 10, 11, 12 Soccer 10, 11 Vice President of Senior Class Hi-Y 11, 12 Junior Play Committee Senior Play Cl1z1i1'mz1r1 Senior lV1idye:1r Prom Penn Post 41 ESTHER KOUKOULIS 1323 Good Street, Reading Colzzlfrcrvizll I st' l..,K Ullll0l'C,S no future 111 1t' prefers lioliclnys . . . llC1' ever L 1 ll 111, fin' XYZll'Cll't1lDC . . . Ullt for 21 good tuna ACTIVITIES Sub Deb 11 I 1 HELEN KROPP 20 Endlich Avenue, Mt. Penn .-l1'z11f1'u11'f "l'lele11" . . . "tJl1Kid" . . . Cocker spzuiiels . . . enjoys lIllll'ClCl' 111yste1'ies . . . 2111115 to be an i11te1'111'e1'e1' . . . 11e1.'e1' saved by the S:-341lJell. ACTIVITIES Typing Club 10 Secretary of Math Club 11 Girl Reserves 11, 12 Student Council 12. Secretary 12 Interclass Sports 10, 11 Penn Alma 12 Senior Assembly Dramatic Club 12 Class Committees Interclass Sports 11 Homeroom Vice President 9 Senior Assembly PENN X14 FILMFI GLORIA MOI-IN LANDIS 112 Butter Lane, Mt. Penn A fcizivzn i 1' "Vicki" . . . loquacious . . . "Uh Fiddle" .. .dislikes oysters . . . good dehzlter . . likes Chinese food . . . ACTIVITIES Associate Editor Penn Post 12 Senior Chorus 10, 11, 12 Girl Reserves 11. 12 Cantata 10 Spring Musicale 12 Class Committee 11, 12 Debating 12 Interclass Sports 9, 10, 11, 12 Penn Alma Typing Club 10 Senior Asfembly ANNE KUBOVSAK R.D. 2, Birdsboro Corzznlcrfirzl Bloc" . . , listenin ' to trum met "blues" Q 1 . . "OIL your head rattlesll' . . . hobby is driving Z1 car . . . musician. ACTIVITIES Band 9. 10,11, 12 Orchestra 12 First Aid Club 11 Senior Drumatics 12 Interclass Basketball 11, 12 Truck 9, 10 WALTER C. LESHER ' I Stony Creek Mills A i f COIlL7llK'7'l'lKlI I "Lfurlie" . . . "Hiya, handsome" . . E li,ii 1 - h loads of fun . . . book tkeepingl worm . . . we'll be seeing him in the Seabees. I 1l rri ' i 5 ACTIVITIES I -K:5,' ,:A:VA, I gifijitil dtiub 11 ' I Class Committees Us 12 L , i t Interclass Basketball 11, 12 FE NN X14 FILMH LOIS E. LEVAN Eiterly fl rmfv H1 if "Effie Mae" . . . nature lover . . , :ui all "A" student . . . cooperates with other pupils . . . SchulJert's Serenade rezlfls the hocali-of-tlie-month ACTIVITIES Penn Alma Varsity Basketball 12 Interclass Sports 11, 12 Class Committees Commencement Committee First Aid Club 11 Athletic Club 10 Library Club 9 QV? ROBERT J. LINDEMUTH 577 Marshall Avenue, Pennside fi1'f'lr!l4'l1llil' Il het on the Plmrniaey game? ruly hair. ACTIVITIES Photography Club 10 Band 10, 11 H1-Y 12 Homeroom Vice President 11 Marching Band 10, 11 Perm Alma "I.iucly" . . . ear troubles . . . is doubtful about fhlljil lioarcls . . . Hxvilllt to make 'Y . . . un the LOUISE LIEVER 511 Czirsonizi Avenue, Pennside Cfmzerzrl "W'lu-ez" . . . likes green eyes . . . "'l'li:it little Creep!" . . . bowling . . . reeorrl Iieuml . . . oclcl glasses. ACTIVITIES Pennside Parrot 10 Penn Post 11, 12 Penn Alma Senior Chorus 11, 12, Secretary 12 Homeroom Vice President 12 Senior Dance Committee 12 Commencement Committee 12 Vice President Sub Deb Club 11 Girl Reserves 11. 12 Operetta 10 Junior Dance Committee 11 Junior Play Usher 11 PENN X14 FILMH RICHARD A. LORAH G40 North 25th Street. Pennside ,A-li'z11f4'111iv Dick" . . . will follow in Hill Sterifs gh-Q, ZJ: footsteps . . . H.Al'l'Z1llglllH . . soda clerk ' ' . . . cziptivating blue eyes . . . arrlent fan A' ' jk uf blue fiorclim , . , ACTIVITIES 'A i Class Committees 10. 11. 12 Basketball 10 N ewshawks Club 11 sff - Aeronautics Club 12 Baseball 12 MARY LUCZEWSKI Jucksonwald flUHIHlI'7'flll1 "Moc" . . "You z1in't :I-lciclclin' H . bowling . . . long, clark pzlgc-boy . . . wonclcrflil clzmcci' . . . j'C2ll'llS for il C vcrtililc. .ACTIVITIES Basketball Captain 10 Library Club 9 Girls' Athletic Club 10 Folk-Dance Club 11 Dance Committee 12 I I "Hu--ft Rm-.-if ' fit ffivagma -...N I W JACK M. MALLOW Stony Creek Mills A L'dIfI'lIl i 4' n'lZlCliSl,ll1U. .. Helfs . . , "I'll do it lzIte1"' . . . :Irchcry . . . idolizes Glenn Cunning- lmm . . , zlcronnuticzil cngincei' . . . ACTIVITIES Home-room Officers 11, 12 Basketball 10 Hi-Y 12 Intramural Sports Junior Play Senior Play Junior Dance Committee Senior Dance Committee Senior Assembly PENN X14 HLMH A. IRVIN MAURER 1310 Buttonwood Street, Reading Cuzzizzwrrial 'fllzuiriel' . . . "You can say that zxgziinl' ...blondes . . .aviator . . . "Sticks" .. needs Z1 new excuse for being' lute ACTIVITIES Athletic Club Commencement Committee Class Committees 11. 12 tr I SARA JAYNE MECK 24 North 25th Street. Mt. Penn ,-. S 5 li fi mAh?A -I , . ft I' i ff ABBIE B. MCMICHAEL Birdsboro. RD. 2 Clfzlziilzewiiil "llieliey', . . . "Luck of the Irish zitrzietive liztii' style . . . trzivelel' . . . col- lection of postczlrcls . . . nioonliglit nights . .. ACTIVITIES Band 9. 10 Marching Band 10 Folk Dancing 11 Dramatics 12 Chorus 9. 10 il uaziruz if "Sally" . . . "I like that pretty 1'l111Cl1H . . . lmystzleks . . . soap seulptress . . . I anotlier cadet nurse . . . enjoys rezirling I . T books . . . ACTIVITIES President of G. A. A. 12 I ' Intercless Sports 9, 10. 11, 12 ':f'1 A I l ' Cantata 10 ,ix-'!l'f , ' 1 Senior Play 12 Q V - Senior Assembly m , ' Senior Chorus 11, 12 V A "A, 5 Student Council 10 1 T ' - Penn Alma 12 I.. I ' ,,"" U I Chairman Commencement Committee 12 Girl Reserves 11, 12 PENN X14 FILMFI 1 11 C wi Uiifihi Xi JEAN EVELYN MELL Stony Creek Mills CIDIILIII erfial u'lCZllllllC,' . . .future opera star 1' come now" . . . Did you see that mox it f Melitza Gorgas . . . short and su ect ACTIVITIES Operetta 9, 10 Senior Play Penn Alma Class Committees 11, 12 Senior Chorus 11, 12 Homerocm Secretary 11 - 'ttee Commencement Commi Girl Reserves 11. 12 Sub Deb 11 Glee Club 9, 10 Christmas Assembly 12 Spring Mu icale 11, 12 Senior Assembly W JOHN D. MERKEL i' Reiffton 1-I varfr 111 Inf 1 ' lolumie" . . . "Take it easy, sou" . . . Fl l, . L ll with many horns . . . Stickk Soda iii 1. . 5 louutaiu . . . uouehalant Uut-of- L - ' i.'i door life . . . j 1 1-1"f I y,: 2 ACTIVITIES 1 . .1 , Athletic Club 9, io IIQ, , Intex-class Basketball 12 I ' Homeroom SGCTQIHVY 10 if iii ROBERT MILLER Birdsboro, R.D. 2 Co11111zercinl "Millei"' . . . collection of pin up girls ..."You betu . . . ambition for the dum tion : Air Force Gunner . . . neat 'is 1 pm and twice as sharp. ACTIVITIES Athletic Club 9, 10 Monitor 9 Class Committees 11, 12 Interclass Basketball 12 FE NN Y I HLMH VIRGINIA LEE MILLER 3833 St. Lawrence Avenue, Esterly fl Nlrlvziz ir "'linny" . . . swimniing , . . "I li-ya Rebel" . . .peppyguz1rcl. . . imagine lim sponding' ri night alone . . . sweater girl ACTIVITIES Girls, Basketball 11, 12 Junior Play Committee Homeroom President 11 Senior Chorus 11, 12 Girl Reserves 11, 12 Senior Play Committee A Secretary of Student Council 12. ' . M President 12 I Intramural Sports 11. 12 l Class Secretary 11 BETTY MORGAN 2529 Perkiomen Avenue. Mt. Penn Gerzurul "ISL-tts" . . . CII-Cl'YCSCCllI . . . "Shut-up. Bcity" . . . Cliocolzitc brownies . . . sales zilmility . . . tl1rifty?? , .. Q 5 ACTIVITIES Associate Editor of Penn Post 12 Penn Post 11, 12 Penn Alma Class Committees 11, 12 Interclass Sports 10, 11 Girl Reserves 11, 12 Art Club 10 I Math Club 11 .K ' Assemblies 11. 12 ' Senior Assembly Usher ll, 12 JUNE E. MOYER Melrose Avenue, Stony Creek Mills Ciiznizmrcial f C, . "Tiny" . . . hklcssinl around ?" . . . roller skating . . . Yoi'g'C5'yS . . . lilies to 'I h receive letters . . . ., fi ACTIVITIES f Library Club 9, io fi I , A1'tcraft10 WAN' W Folk Dancing 11 at FE NN X14 FILMH 271.55 .f MARJORIE LOUISE PEIFER Stony Creek Mills .-I raafrni i r 'Marge' . . . coniincrcial artist . . . 'Tliere ninst be an easier way to do this" . . . tall and expressive . . ice skat- ing. I ACTIVITIES Senior Chorus 11 Senior Chorus Accompanist 12 Penn Alma Debating 11, 12 Basketball 12 Intramural Sports 11. 12 Girl Reserves 11. 12 Girl Reserve Officer 12 Dramatic Club 10. 11 Junior Play Senior Class Committee Junior Class Committee VP" K g ii 2 CONSTANCE V. NESTER 1947 Woodvale Aveniue, Mt. Penn Amrilmzir "Connie" . . . "Oli Fiddle Fish" . . . gory stories . . . youngest senior . . . clianging' silver bracelets . . . musical career . . . ACTIVITIES Band 9, 10, 11, 12 Orchestra 9. 10, 11, 12 Interclass Sports 10, 11, 12 Junior Play Senior Play Class Committees 11, 12 P. S. M. A. District Band 10, 11 P. S. M. A. District Orchestra 10 Penn Post 12 Penn Alma Junior Chorus 9 Senior Chorus 12 National Honor Society 11, 12 Typing Club 9, 10 Girl Reserves 11, 12 G, A. A. 11 Octette 12 Christmas Assembly 12 Senior Assembly KAROLYN HELEN RAMBO 2338A Perkiomen Avenue, Mt. Penn CONlIIlC1't'Illl "liatliy" . . . reading mysteries . . . "Are you liidding'?'l . . . Bing Crosby . . . sec- retary . . . dependable. ACTIVITIES Class Committees 11, 12 Library Club 12 Sub Deb 11 Girl Reserves Typing Club 10 Art Club 9 FE NN YM FILMH "Si", , .nllayenofc:11',lJalme" . . . nsivzll zuiiritoi' . . . brunettes . . . trzipping . . . LYNWOOD ROMICH 2201 Perkiomen Avenue, Mt. Penn c'0iIlll'!'1'l'Itll "I,ynny" . . . takes life easy . . gl'ocvry clerk . . . respects all baclielors . . . his inerry Olclsniulmile . . . has zi season ticlcct to the nlovics . . . ACTIVITIES IVIOIIBI Building Club 10 JOHN EDWARD SEASHOLTZ 426 North 25th Street, Pennside flmriiclllir "liclclie'l . . . "I.n.ugh, I thought l'd-" HIJCllISCl1S1l1'CClI61'u . . . Boogie X'Yoogic- , . . rationing' really hit him hard . . . plays hoth piano zinrl clari- nct???? .ACTIVITIES Penn Alma Homeroom Vice President 12 Senior Chorus Vice President 12 Hi-Y 12 Class Committees Interclzss Sports 11, 12 Recreational Math Club 11 Aeronautics Club 11 Operetta 9, 10 Basketball 9. 10 Christmas Assembly 12 Senior Assembly Spring Mucieule 12 Busebzill 12 CLAIR A. SEIDEL . 135 Park Avenue, Hyde Park K ."IIU1fl'I1IIt' dislikes onions . . ACTIVITIES Athletic Club 9, 10 5 Interclass Sports 11, 12 Baseball 12 ' FE NN X14 HLMFI I RITA SERGEANT 15 North 25th Street, Mt. Penn flolizllzmffinl "Gabby" . . . howling and dancing' . . . "You dear, dear boylw Y.M.L..A. S ,lirolics . . . loquacious . . . Hgured sweaters. ACTIVITIES Sub Deb Club 11 Senior Chorus 12 Stamp and Bond Club 12 Class Treasurer 12 Homeroom Officer 11 Class Committees Intramural Basketball 9. 10, IZ DONALD FRANK SESSIONS 571 Marshall Avenue, Pennside ,-lrz1d'v1:1if "Sesh" . . . Navy . . . iee eream...hlo1id hair . . . Majestic . . . Sure l" . . .smooth dancer. ACTIVITIES Operetta 9. 10 Aeronautics ll Senior Chorus 12 JOHN HENRY SHOTT, 3rd 116 Center Street, Mt. Penn rlL'tlfllt'lI1ll' "Shotty" . . . "Oh you make me tho mad" . . . Rhapsody in Blue . . . keeps the Hoy Scouts functioning . . . stamp collection . . . chemist . . . ACTIVITIES Band 9, 10, 11,12 Marching Band 9. 10, ll, 12 Orchestra 9, 10. 11, 12 Interclass Basketball 10 HENRY DAVID SINGER 2527 Cumberland Street, Mt. Penn .4 Clldiffll if 'lllllllliu . . . "You're not kidding" . . . enjoys thick steaks . . . dislikes hlilld dates . . . plastic S11l'g'C1'y , . . ClZlSlll1lg' appearance. ACTIVITIES Kutztown Competition 9 A V si, ofa' American Legion Award 9 , fm z, I Intramural Sports iii' , , Junior Dance Committee ' Junior Play 'irl 1 Current Events Club 11 , NIVA A .,,V .,,f . Basketball Manager 10, 11, 12 National Honor Society 11. 12 1 Associate Editor of Penn Post 11, 12 i" Penn Alma Senior Dance Committee Class Committee Homeroom President 12 VIRGINIA A. SMITH Gibraltar, Pa. C0111 llmrfial "jimmy" . . . super sax sellszltioll Steady with Ilick . . . sport clothes day-dl'ezl1lli11g . . . hiking . . . ACTIVITIES Orchestra 9, 10, 11, 12 Band 10, 11, 12 Girl Reserves 11, 12 Typing Club 10 muh -1 Shorthand: Club 12 3152 I Marchillg Band 10, ll, l2 Senior Assembly HAZEL STEINMETZ Xlllllllllg'1ICl'SUllZIllIj' . . . ambitious Reiflton 3 Cl0111111t'1'1'ifll r if I Ulllolldiel '...' 'Say kidu . . . Glenn Nlillcl '... Zl1'ClCllt llziskcthzlll Illll . . . f i ,i., ACTIVITIES Dramatics Club 9 i i ' i ffy I Girls Athletic Association 10, ll ' b - Penn Alma 12 N 1 Homeroom Secretary 12 I Chorus 9,10 ' 5 ANNA C. UHLER 1972 Perkiomen Avenue, Mt. Penn C1UlllIllI'Vl'iU1 "Billie" . . . equestrienne . , . "Rosie, the Riveteru . , . "Hi, babe' . . . visits XVf:st Reading' frequently , . . idolizes Bing Crosby. ACTIVITIES Library Club 12 Senior Chorus 11 Secretary of Homeroom 11 Typing Club 9, 10 Horneroorn President 10 Treasurer Typing Club 9 lll lly1,1l DOROTHY TOMLINSON 2524 Cumberland Aveniue, Mt. Penn 14t'!1ffl'llIl!' "Dot" . . . 'il can hardly wait!" . . . :idorcs Artie Shaw's "Stardust" . . . looking forward to an Army nursing rzireer . . . basketball . . . averse to getting into 11 wet bathing suit . . ACTIVITIES National Honor Societv 11. 12 Varsity Basketball 9. 10, 11, 12 Senior Play Junior Play Usher 11 Senior Chorus 10. 11. 12 Homeroom Treasurer 11 Homeroom President 10 Girls Athletic Association 11, 12 Penn Alma Girl Reserves 11, 12, President 12 Interclass Sports 10, 11, 12 Class Committees 11, 12 Band and Chorus Concert 11 Cantata 11 Typing Club 9, 10 Operetta 9 Junior Red Cross 10. 11 Octette 12 Christmas Assembly 12 Spring Musicale 12 Senior Assembly LOIS ARMINTA WAGNER 2416 Filbert Street, Mt. Penn fvUiIIIIIf'l't'1.!ll "X'x':ig'gic" . . . knick-knacks . . 'Uixl1ZltvS cnougli out of you. kid" . . . admires two-tone gray Pontiacs . . Moores Diner. . . steady job . .. ACTIVITIES Girl Reserves 11, 12 First Aid Club ll Library Club 12 FE NN X14 HLMH - PAUL R. WAGN Stony Creek Mills Cl1HIHlI!'l't'ilIl ER npillllv . . . enjoys liaselmll . . . "Sticks" . . . eager to assume the zxriny routine ..Hllll1llZltlll'CH . .. ACTIVITIES Homeroom Officer 10 Assembly 10 Class Committee 11. 12 President of Current Events Club 12 in L DOROTHY WAXMAN 601 Carsonia Avenue, Pennsidc Ge"llCI'lIJ lluttyl' . . . poetry . . . journalist l.:1 llronx :recent . . . Mltys :L big . . . swawlierry sundues. ACTIVITIES Sub Deb Club 11 Current Event Club 12 Senior Assembly CHARLES DAVID WEIDENHAMMER Reiffton Araa'cnzif "Huck" . . . "Do you llllllll?m ...A Arena tlurflens . . . Ilelfs . . . plans to enlist in Marines . . . curly lmir . . . ACTIVITIES Basketball 9. 10 J. V. Basketball ll Varsity Basketball 12 Homeroom President 11 Hi-Y 12 lnterclass Sports 9, 10, 1 Track 9. 10. 12 Football 9, 10 Bafeball 9, 10, 12 Athletic Club 9. 10 FE NN 1, 12 Y I FILMH MARJORIE ADELLE WEIDNER Stony Creek Mills , lr'z1rI'r'111ir' "ll:u'gc" . . . Uuiji lloztrcl . . . infectious giggle . , . that certain Air Cadet . . . "'l'li:1t's :tn Urglihll' . . . singing with the Sylvzuiiziiis . . . balmy talk . .. ACTIVITIES Operelta 9, 10 USHCF ll, 12 Senior Chorus 11, 12 Penn Alma Girl Reserves 11, 12 Sub Deb 11 Senior Class Secretary Commencement Committee Spring Musicale 11, 12 Dance Committee 11, 12 Chirstmas Assembly 12 lntrarnural Volleyball Senior Play Committee Glee Club 9. 10 Senior Assembly ll GLADYS WENGER Birdsboro tlllzzllzuifriiil tilzulysu . . "XVl1o's lciclfling' who?" . . jokes? . . , persunzll SCC1'CllLl'Al' . ink's A . lc-ttei' writer. ACTIVITIES Band 9, 10, 11, 12 Kutztown Competition Chorus 9, 10 Sub De-b Club ll Penn Post 11, 12 ,Z sl y t l 5 t 1 1 f 9 l tug ANNA MILDRED WENTZEL Friedensburg Road, Stony Creek Mills C'0nzn1r'1'rir1l "little Top" . . , adorable dimples . . Kellcr's Tea Room . . . atliletically in vlinerl..."lsit1'eal?" ACTIVITIES Assistant Librarian 10 Sub Deb Club 11 Speedy Greggite Cliuib 12 Girls' Varsity Basketball 11, 12 Interclass Sports 11, 12 Assembly Program 9, 10 Senior Play Ticket Committee Dance Committee 12 Budget Committee 12 Homeroom Treasurer 12 Junior Red Cross 10 Field Day 10 PENN Y4 HLMH JOY WILLMAN Este-rly C'm11r11fJ'i'ir1l "Red" . . . I1l:1ckh:1i1'. . .guy spiritc-fl . . singjer . . . "Judes l"rust" . . chewing gum . . . "I7ritz's" . .. as-gy ACTIVITIES Girl Reserves 11 Senior Chrurus 12 Sub Deb Club 9.11 Dranxaiie Club 9. 10 Homeroom Secretary 10 'ar 3 silI,, X ADELAIDE LOUISE YOUSE 249 Friedexisburg Road, Mt. Penn . lmzfvilzii' ".-Xcldie' '.,, short . . . lieorgn -... boogie wuogie . . , chocolate SIIIICIZICS . . . "l loud things Celine in small packages." ACTIVITIES Senior Chorus 11. 12 Sub Deb Club 11 Senior Assembly 4 DOROTHYANNE WILSON 236 Carsonizfn Avenue. Mt. Penn f'01r11rrr'1'fir1l "IPot1yunne" . . . never ll hair out uf place .. .ai dress for every occasion . . . clues not zirlvoczlte -ilftC1'lJ11f,fg'lllg' . . . just try to sing as high :is she Gun. ACTIVITIES Senior Chorus. 10. 11, 12 Girl Reserves 11. 12 First Aid Club 11 Christmas Assembly 12 Senior Assembly 2-HU' FE NN Y14 FILMH The Class Will We Humbly Bestofw . . . Paul Aicher's knowledge of aviation to Dick Schultz. Grace Anderson's blushes to the Haycs Office. Nancy Angstadt's efficiency to Mary Wentzel. Russell Angstadt's congeniality to Johnny Jackson. Margaret Begeny's sweet disposition to June Nein. Louise Behm's smooth dancing to Janey Griffith. Hunter Bingaman's desire to be a bache- lor to Buddy Lutz. Carolyn Boone's artistic ability to Varga. Dan Bortz's printing ability to Robert Diefenderfer. Arlene Boyer's neat hair styling to all who need it. Stanley Boyer to the Navy V-5. Richard Brown's accorrdian to Jimmy Michael, Wesley Br0wn's monkey-act to Barnum and Bailey. William Chamber's rnimeographing to Jack DeHart. David Christian's slick appearance to Ed Krause. Donald Christians conscientiousness to George Swartzwelder. Betty Cooling's skates to Marcella Dis- singer. Mary Cramp's clarinet to Woody Herman. James Diener's model building to Albert Adams. John Doremus' comb to Dick Ludwig. James Eaton? drum sticks to Clit? Hodg- kins- ' Theodore Ennis' plow to Future Farmers of America. Beryl Evans to the English Navy. Audrey Fegley's jitterbugging to Joan Johnson. Irma Fisher's farm interest to the war effort. Jay Flamrn to the Air Corps. Peggy Frederick's charm to Miss America 1945. June Gable's silk stockings to Betty Dice. Kenny Ginader's report card to Carl Boas. Gertrude Goodhart's giggle to Madge Severns. James Grim's hair cut to Einstein. Arlene Hafer's dark hair to Patsy High. Robert Harris' keyboard tactics to Duke Ellington. William Hart's monkey wrench to Blaine Martin. Margaret Hartman's typing to future stenogs. George Haws to Penny. Joe Hendrickson's captaincy to Danny Huggins. Norman Hess to the Abe Lincoln Garage. Richard Hetrich's bicycle to Forrest Barto, Dorothy Hilbert's pleasant disposition to Virginia Herb. Thelma Hill's spelling ability to Elaine Jacobs. Donald Himmelbergefs blush to Theo- dore LeVan. Anne Marie Homan's outstanding service to Paul Miltenberger. Robert Horst's parka to Admiral Byrd. Thelma Hoyer's physical prowess to Susan Leinbach. Harry Huyett's auburn hair to Ronald Youngerman. Anita Jacob's vivacity to Janet Behm. Ediward Jacobson's high school humor to Dick Frankhouser. Gene Keller's geometrical aptitude to Alan Baskin. Mary King's brilliance to Eve Curie. Jean Kissam's wardrobe to Adrian. Gladys Knepps Sports versatility to Peggy lVlcComas. FE NN 44 FILMFI The Close Will We Humlvly Bestofw . . Barbara Knoll's driver's license to Lucia Kessler. Connie Nester's oboe to Caryl Leinbach. Marge Peifer's various coiffures to the Doris Koch's big brown eyes to Willson better Hollywood "glarns." G sl .. Og' eg Karolyn Rambds quiet manner to the Robert Koch's dancing steps to Arthur Hlilliy who need it. Murray. ' Lynwood Romich's salesmanship to the Esther Koukoulis' tailored Wardrobe to Acme Food Market. P k. . Barbara ec Eddie Seasholtz's German vocabulary to Helen Kropp's Oklahoma album to the next ycar's student: highest bidder' Claire Seidel's howl back to the Coyotes Ann Kubovsac's car pool to Miss Griese- mer Rita Sergeanfs coquetry to Dolores Whit- man, ' i t' -. ' 1 . Googggjsegeaeqiggv domes lc rogomces 0 Donald Sessions to the Navy. Walter Lesher's quiet willingness to all John snows French horn to Bobbie . Sl. lt . "problem" children. ure S Lois LeVan's knowledge of history to Friedligg Smge S capablhtles to Eugene George Batastini. Virginia Smith's liking for air cadets to Bob Lindemuth's bow ties to Frank Rim Howard. Sinatra. Hazel Steinmetz' services to St. Pau1's Louise Liever's Philadelphia trips to Young Peoples' Mary Jane Henry. Dorothy Tomlinton's personality-plus to Dick LOYHWS maroon Swenler to Betty next year's G. R. president. Grable. I Q Anna Uhler's place in the senior class to Mary Luczewski's page-ooy to the Abra- Sister pat. L' . l H tel. , l . ham mcon 0 Lois Wagner's trips to the Airport to Jack Mallow's pipe mill sneakers to Li'l Mayor LCIGUHYCHH- Abner' Paul Wagnens modesty to the males of Irvin Maurer's cow licks to Dagwood. the iuniof C1355- . . Dorothy Waxman's love for Reading to Abbie McMichael s "Seven League Boots the Chamber of Commerce' to future Gullivers. Charles Weidenhammefs color schemes SETS MBCk'S 3CtlI'1g ability to Cllllfe L0 intefigy degoyatofsi Morris. . , I v . Marjorie Weidner s alto voice to Herman Jean Mell's petiteness to Midge Hay. Miller, John Merkel's love of aeronautics to Ben Gladys Wenger's willingness to work to Bohrer. Jane Nein. R0b9I"6 Mi11eY'S FOSY Cheeks to Perc West- Anna Wentzel's careiree air to Shirley more. Homan. Ginny Miller's friendliness to Gwenny Joy Wiumanfs jewelry to Cartier. Bachman. Dnttyanne Wilson's golden soprano to Betty Morgan's fervor to Helen Smith. Jegm Ifeitg, June Moyer's letters to the U. S. Postal Service. Smith, FE NN X14 FILMFI Adelaide Youse's correspondence to Mrs. J Hen mmmmnnmis ff' iw wif, 9 W ' 9. Keisha vmison T. H x Dim. KHW HE3vJL b xp x -, N .Pf 1Q P 1 ! vw, R, effvxcfiv SERV FXNNH OMMUTEQ MY 01 QQUH RTET SOPHQMORE YHHR ,NHVYWWN lt'll catch your eye, as she goes by: GRACE ANDERSON - The glint in her lovely hair. NANCY ANGSTADT - Her outstanding capability. MARGARET BEGENY - Her ever-present smile. PAULINE BEHM - Her diminutive stature. CAROLYN BOONE - Her petite manner- isms. ARLENE BOYER - Her glistening teeth. BETTY COOLING - Her military engage- ment. MARY CRAMP - Those adorable freckles. BERYI. EVANS - Her George Washington queue. AUDREY FEGLEY - Her "chinkies". IRMA FISHER-Those merry-yodeled tones. MARGARET FREDERICK - That brunette loveliness. JUNE GABLE - That sisterly affection. GERTRUDE GOODHART - Her musical talent. I ARLENE HAFER - That tantalizing giggle. MARGARET I-IARTMAN - Her ever-ready helping hand. DOROTHY HILBFRT - Her outstanding blondness. THELMA HILL - That slim and trim figure. ANNE MARIE HOMAN - Those Bette Davis eyes. THELMA HOYER - Her athletic stance. AN ITA JACOBS - Her sophisticated atti- tude. 5 MARY KING - Her black hair and fair com- plexion. JEAN KISSAM -. Her immaculate attire. GLADYS KNEPP-That collection of mili- tary jewelry. BARBARA KNOLL - Her streamlined attractiveness. DORIS KOCH - Her efficiency. ESTHER KOUKOULIS - Her gipsy eyes. HELEN KROPP - Her Vogue apparel. ANN KUBOVSAC-Her quiet, unassuming manner. GLORIA LANDIS-Her debating pin. LOIS LEVAN-Her brisk walk. LOUISE LIEVER - Her school-girl com- plexion. MARY LUCZEWSKI-Her throaty voice. ABBIE McMICHAEL - Those intent dark eyes. SARA JAYNE MECK-Her dry wit. JEAN MELL-Her cameo complexion. VIRGINIA MILLER-Her swinging gait. BETTY MORGAN-Her impetuous manner. JUNE MOYER-Her easy drawl. CONNIE NESTER-Her happy-go-lucky dis- position. MARJORIE PEIFER-Her exceptional poise. KAROLYN RAMBO-Her sweaters and rib- bons. RITA SERGEANT-Her "strictly in the groove" appearance. VIRGINIA SMITH--Her dreamy expression. HAZEL STEINMETZ-Her natural, curly, blonde locks. DOROTHY TOMLINSON-Her outstanding leadership. ANNA UHLER-Her small features. LOIS WAGNER-Her slow movements. DOROTHY WAXMAN-Her Brooklyn ac- accent. MARJORIE WEIDNER-Her baby talk. GLADYS WENGER-Her baby face. ANNA WENTZEL-Her dimpled grin. JOY WILLMAN-That lovely dark com- plexion. DOTTYANNE WILSON-Her adorable duds. ADELAIDE YOUSE-Her multicolored ear- rings. FE NN V4 HLMH lt'll catch your eye as he goes by: PAUL AICHER-His preoccupied air. RUSSELL ANGSTADT-His magnetic per- sonality. HUNTER BINGAMAN-His Hashy Sports clothes. DAN BORTZ-His sunny-colored hair. STANLEY BOYER-His manly physique. RICHARD BROWN-His high-pitched voice. WESLEY BROWN-His clever retorts, WILLIAM CHAMBERS-That inimitable laugh. DAVID CHRISTIAN-His intereit in P.O.D. DONALD CHRISTIAN-His melodious tenor voice. JAMES DIENER-His sharp plaid shirts. JOHN DOREMUS-His cosmopolitan atti- tude. JAMES EATON-His "teddy-bear" haircut. THEODORE ENNIS-His "Mickey-Mouse" attitude. JAY FLAMM-Those king-sized legs. KENNETH GINADER-That green contrap- tion. JAMES GRIM-That subtle wit. ROBERT HARRIS-That "boogie" beat. WILLIAM HART-His mechanical genius. GEORGE HAWS-His constant attention to Room 35. JOE HENDRICKSON-His love of "Gin" . . nie. NORMAN I-IESS-His "Herculean Build." RICHARD HETRICH-His scholarly mind. ROBERT HORST-His unfathomed supply of knowledge. DONALD HIMMELBERGER-His healthy complexion. HARRY HUYETT-His fiery crowning glory. EDWARD JACOBSON - His "cloWning" glory, GENE KELLER-His unaffected shyness. ROBERT KOCH-His "sea legs." W.ALTER LESHER-His 'tcurly' crop. ROBERT LINDEMUTH-His "baby-blue" eyes. DICK LORAH-His pharmaceutical appeal. JACK MALLOW-His way with the "fems." IRVIN MAURER-His mustache. JOHN MERKEL - His Atlas-like muscles. ROBERT MILLER--That bashful grin. LYNWOOD ROMICH-His driving aptitude EDWARD SEASHOLTZ-His jaunty gait. CLAIR SEIDEL-His strong and silent char- acter. DONALD SESSIONS-His fondness of Harry James. JACK SHOTT-His aim to please. HENRY SINGER-His debonair wardrobe. PAUL WAGNER-That persistent attitude. CHARLES WEIDENHAMMER-That mis- chievous twinkle in his eyes. PE NN FILMH WHEN THEY WEEE YGUNG CPRESENT SENIORS IN SEVENTH GRADED PENN xml HLMH IUIXHORS R Awu Haw ' cpl! uni 1 X X III Vin f K V 3:51 34 Ty.. .fa-'lf' if rug.. I i, N ,:,.,- X -lxnfy X VAX A I was Q 'F A 'XTX ' ,nn 1 'ru' g - . XI 5 . 'E 'f Q L N Q, Q: " . ' 3 7 f,- - Y N Q . ,Q 1 V ,Y x 4 7 is 'Q F ' .sp 5' K, Wx I if 515 ! ., T X If i Pr 31,451 " 'v 'lv . A ,V X41 Xu: A x why NN N hx gat., ,s , ,., , ci, - ' . ,5 -- L '.x 5' TMR 1. X 1.4 1. V A, . N- X A gvfff'-,,f,-Q ,Q 1 3-.mswf f 64 ," YQ. 2? - L' ",-rm. 'A ' :-. .- in - - 4.'.I -11. ' ', I'v,'.'iU: gg,-,'r 3. Zi. ,T ,M '- 1: -3- jixikw Rag- ' ' 5 -in E3.','9:fv . , ,:.w",u4-.V t"1', EM., Qi, .151 .2212 1' nf., A -' 1 1 ' ' ,J-2-. v.'-vg. ., ,,,v. .1 'xxx '11 vw: A EE, V 1 w IUNIQRS Reading from left to right: First row: Robert Dietenderter. William Halheisen. Richard Estcrly. Jack DeHart, David Heller, Richard Hasgon, Second row: Francina Homan, lvlargery Hay. Marcella Dissinger, Doris Arndt. Beverly Geisinger. Ardelene Field. Doris Beaver. lvlnrjcrie Gehrineg. Rita Howard. Betty Dice. Third row: Ronald Dague, Allan Rell. Samuel Hadley, Lois Enders. Doris Glassmoyer. Geraldine Burkhart, Louise Biclzel. Betty Artcrs, Frances Barto. Shirley Hoinan. Emily Hughes Mary Haier. Ilean Freedman. Fourth row: Miss Babb, Carl Boas. Daniel Huggins. Donald Aurnan. 'Raymond Gomez. Dick Frankhouser, James Frasso. Richard Dickcrsin, William Gillis. Richard Bieber. Dane Fabian. Robert Conrad, Allan Gcrncrd. George Batastini, Mr. Shziretts. - Fi fth row: Allan Baskin, Nlary Jane Henry, Betty Hill. Marian Adams. Gwendolyn Bachcnan. Janet Behni, Joan Fchr, Mary Lou Godshall. .larncs Green. Ernest Hartline. Forrest Bazto. FE NN Y4 FILMFI Lowell Gross. I UN IORS Reading from left to right: First row: Robert Labe, George Swartzwelder, Fern Van Peit, Eugenia Nagle, Margaret Wien. Esther Snyder, Jane Nein. Second row: June Nein. Elaine Jacobs, Patricia Uhler. Lucia Kessler, Claire Morris, Mary Wentzel, Dorothy Straka, Betty Reisinger. June Rcifsnyder, Jane Shirk. Third row: Mr. Stutzman, Edward Krause, Jacques Price. Jean Steinmetz. Nancy Large, Marjorie Zerbe. Jane Large. Edna Petsch. Gloria Ludwig, Betty Shollenbergcr, Helen Shultz, Virginia Stieff, Shirley Shurr. Miss Houseai. Fourth row: Robert Klein. Daniel Ogden, Paul lVliltcnbergcr. Richard Lutz. Norman Wolicki. Charles Johnson. Mary Jane Snyder, Susan Leinbach. Jean Keitz, lvlargaret McCoxnas, Madge Severns. Barbara Peck. Ellen Laniz, Theodore Le-Van. Karl Rutkowski. Fifth row: Robert Tucky, Robert Schaeffer. Richard Schultz. Donald Johnson. Ronald Younger- man, Barry Leinbach. Elmer Lutz, Blaine Martin, Betty Larson, Robert Wentzel, John Jackson. Jack Koch. FE NN YM HLMH Through the looking glass with the lunior Class Roy Abrams: His airplane doesn't run either. Marion Adams: Winning the "Pulitzer Prize." Doris Arndt: Happily married. Betty Arters: As friendly as ever. Donald Auman: Repainting his "car"??? Gwendolyn Bachman: Singing with the Sensation Orchestra of 1954-Carl Boas and his "Jivin' Fivef' Forrest Barto: A well-known authority on the art of flying. Francis Barto: Private secretary. Alan Baskin: Still divulging the secrets of his geometric knowledge to Mr. Stump. George Batastini: Still hates women! Ah, come on Georgie. Doris Beaver: Supervisor of nurses in a famed New York Hospital. Janet Behm: Stage Door Canteen hostess. Louise Bickle: Still going with George. Dick Bieber: Has his own radio program "Advice to the Love-lorn!" Carl Boas: Still beating out those long- suffering drums. A second Gene Krupa, er- well, almost! Bob Conrad: Future Einstein. Ronald Dague: Still being his own pleasant, quiet, self. Jack DeHart: Still inventing those com- plicated mechanical devices. John Deysher: Following in his father's foot-steps. Elizabeth Dice: Still writing to that cute bcy-friend. Dick Dickersin: Coach Dickersin winning the basketball championship 1953-54 for his dear old Alma Mater. Robert Diefenderfer: Making his debut with the New York Yankees. Marcella Dissinger: Still strutting her "stuff" Lois Enders: Holding office hours for all kinds of animals. Richard Esterly: A member of Fred Waring's Pennsylvanians. Dane Fabian: Bossing the buck privates around as a General. Jean Fehr: Standing in for Veronica Lake. Ardie Fields: 6 feet tall. Richard Frankhouser: Hunting for a wife. James Frasso: Future Frank Sinatra. llean Freedman: Having an orchestra of her own. Marjorie Gehring: Waiting for the Navy to come in. Beverly Geisinger: Super-shorthand wiz. Alan Gernard: Future movie manager. William Gillis: Owning a newspaper of his own. Doris Glassmoyer: Tapping the lines as a telephone operator. Mary Lou Godshall: Still learning to type. Raymond Gomez: Circumnavigating the globe. James Green: Collecting money from his War Bonds. Lowell Gross: Buyer for Adler's. Samuel Hadley: President of the United States. Mary Hafer: Still traveling to skating rinks. William Halbeisen: Getting the shocks of life as an electrician. Ernst Hartline: Future grease monkey. Eugene Hassler: Still looking for a place to sleep. Richard Hasson: Knocking the pins down instead of setting them up. Margery Hay: Future pin-up girl. David Heller: Trying to find fault with Madame Curie Mary Jane Henry: Still making those fre- quent trips to the hospital, to see the internes! Virginia Herb: Still taking in those Satur- day night movies. Betty Hill: One of the great Roxyette Dancers. Francina Homan: Taking good care of our sailors as a Navy Nurse. Shirley Homan: Taking over Harry James' place. Rita Howard: Being a Powers model. Daniel Huggins: Playing basketball in Madison Square Garden. Emily Hughes: Good old-fashioned house- wife. FE NN X14 HLMFI Through the looking glass with the lunior Class Johnny Jackson: Just being Mr. Jane Jacques Price: Best-dressed man of 1954. Grlfmh' .Iune Reifsnyder: A-l Secretary in New Donald Johnson: Adjusting three-cor- York. f 'Wed wrongs' Betty Reisinger: sun thinking what to do Lucia Kessler: Still one of Jimmy's fans!! in the future. Jean Keitz: A second Patricia Munsel. Karl Rutkowski: Getting his foot slammed Robert Klein: Finishing his stretch in the m a door' Marines. Madge Severns: Picking up the pieces of Jack Koch: Hunting Black Bear. her broken roumg pm' Eddie Kmuse. Cmcking coal Robert Schaeffer: Still filling prescrip- C ' L ' tions. b : M d l' f h ' t ' d . ..SHgg3?ert La e 0 e mg or air Omc 3 S Richard Schultz: Head mechanic. Jane Large: Flying with the WASP. AJane Shirk: Visiting the eye .doctor after Nancy Large: Taking up Where Amelia seeing so many mathematical ligures. Earhart left Off. Betty Shollenberger: Designing Veronica . . . . L ' l .. Ellen Lantz: Publishing her own History L lke S C Otheq Book. Helen Shultz: Cutting the rug at Black Betty Larson: "Gone with the sea breeze," Bear' Barry Leinbach: Helping to build the 1'PUSh1rley Shurr: 'lrying to dim her spark- world of tomorrow. 1 'D eyes' Susan Leinbach: Bringing her team to . Esiheg Mae Snyderl Future typing Cham' beat Miss Griesemer's. monshm Older' Elmer Lutz: Mortician? Lucky stiff! Mary Snyder: Pamtmg cover guals' Richard Lutz: Following in the footsteps qlu tgsirgmia Stieff: Making fame OH roller of his German teacher. : we - Theodore Levan. Star catcher for the Jean Steinmetz: Private secretary. B1'00k1yR DOd.E91'S- Dorothy Straka: Doing tail spins 5,000 Blaine Martin: Putting Harry James in feet up- SeC0I1d DIHCC ill the b0X 0f5Ce- George Swartzwelder: Completing his Margaret MCC0mHSr Futufe gi1'1S' basket- third book revealing his chemistry knowl-- ball star. edge gy! Paul Miltenberger: Still titled "The St. U Robert Tuckeyi Inventor of a new type Lawrence Kid? motorcycle. Claire Morris: Enjoying an opening night at the "Met" Eugenia Nagle: Stepping into a library position. Patricia Uhler: Hospital ship's chief nurse, Fern VanPelt: Relaxing her fingers after rapidly taking some Shorthand. Jane Nein: Revealing the secret of her , Lx he k Mary Wentzel: Rubbing her muscles after pin ' c e s. teaching a strenuous gym period. June Nein: Future Florence Nightingale. Robert Wentzeli MI.. Doris Koch' Gloria Ludwig: Posing for Drene Sham- Margaret Weing Sitting on a few pillows poo ads. typing vigorously. Bob Odum: Winning fame as a Lieutenant Colonel in the A. Av F- Norman Wolicki: Emptying his wallet to see New York opera. Daniel Ogden: Arthur Murray's most f t h Ronald Youngerman: Trudging the streets amous eac er' with a knapsack on his back. Barbara Peck: Angel of mercy' Marjorie Zerbe: Photographing in the Edna Petsch: Being her own quiet self. lime 113131- PENN X14 FILMH SODHONOR S 0 X ,v""'G Jr Q 7 X 2 V ' X X s I 5 X . 'dill ,..-2 fx N Q- Y ,...---.2 xr St? ann '-2'-,gi 'vf in Y ff ff 'aanmv I 6 :QQ gf gil ' ya, V I, 1 NK J..x-14 05,5 .AAQNIJJ f i. -f..5f"r. :af X 1" i'Tf'l:.- il' A415 ,Q l.,giiS'iiv,,l ,T wp! AIYNXXK X X -cafe, X MQL l' 4 N P ., ,ry -A 55- Q . H . ii' '- qw 'QL , w , Q .!f" ' w 511. '71-, ' 1 ' y:,:fe,r:i.. Y, r M .-wx. ,.- 4- , , ,.-,.-,,..L.z.,..'. ,-5.9, Q4 .al . Wggiz -'ai 4515- ." -1 5' px W2 1" tx T a ' 4. " QQ: 'I' I fix . awgffz, .: g L ' wi 1,9- w Q:-1 - '11 Wie -'nw' ,Q f.N. - .,,.:,, ., L. fi? 5'-I 2,vig5alWgfgr1ii133X - V?" Hr. 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I N 4 I in 4 H ' -1 x F f V 1 tl ,- - ,,,.-4 4, v' gzip. .s-.F-, I: 1. 6. 2. fn sg Lf' I a' Y J F A fl -I I X 1 N42 Dix! A H111 V JH 4 :fum .ei ' E wfffy :, .. , , Jill? 5. ' -, .,:-"-- 1..-..::-,F 4 SQPHCDMGRES t 5 -'-ii' Reading from left to right: First row: Ruth Haws, Patricia High. lVlarceline Moyer, Carol Ransom. lVIarjorie Smith. Bcrna Wolper. Betty Chambers, Grace Adams. Second row: Miss Griesemer. .loan Johnson. Jean Meek, Nancy Cramp, Jayne Swavely. Helen Smith. Nancy Sausser. Elizabeth Kropp. Sylvia Weisman, Erma Dengler. Jean Edmonds, Mr. Larson. Third row: Dolores Whitman. Irving Derschewitz. Edward Scherer. Dana Hanford. George Reitz. Barbara Corbin. William Bernsau, Paul Ward, Robert Freflericlr. Edward Smith. Ramona Collins. Third row: John Albright. Clifford Hodgkins, Harry Dissinger, Richard Carvin. Robert Ludwig. Hasso Zilles. Benjamin Bohrer, William Rutliowski. Albert Adams, Blake Miller. Willard VVeller. Eugene Friedman, FE NN X14 FILMH It Wouldn't Be Mount Albert Adams were interested in the Army instead of the Marines. Grace Adams didn't study. John Albright weren't. so good-looking. Bill Bernsau didn't have a sense of humor. Ben Bohrer liked mathematics. Pete Carvin weren't interested in basket- ball. Betty Chambers weren't always reading a movie magazine. Barbara Corbin and Bill broke up. Nancy Cramp would hit all her cymbal crashes. Erma Dengler Weren't always smiling. Irving Derschewitz couldn't play "Golden Wedding." Harry Dissinger didn't have a t'porky." Jean Edmunds had short hair. Bob Frederick didn't have his Latin done. Eugene Friedman weren't a good business manager. Clarence Goode had doctor bills- Ruth Haws didn't make all the points in a basketball game. Pat High didn't have her contagious laugh. Cliff Hodgkins didn't wear yellow. .loan Johnson were a wallflower. 1 Penn If . . Elizabeth Kropp weren't interested i11 a member of the basketball team. Bob Ludwig weren't stylish. Dick Ludwig weren't a smooth dancer. Jean Meek didn't have pretty hair. Blake Miller did not work at Schiffer's. Marceline Moyer weren't interested in Pennside. Carol Ransom didn't have an ouija board. George Reitz told sihort stories in English class. Bill Rutkowski were interested in the op- poTite sex. Nancy Sausser weren't practicing William Tell. Eddy Sherer were not the life of the party. Ed Smith had black hair. Helen Smith were the serious type. Marjorie Smith didn't get those Tuesday letters from Valley Forge Jane Swavely didn't get A's in biology. Paul Ward hadn't made the Soph Hop a success. Sylvia Weisman didn't have any "pep." Willard Weller were loquacious. Dolores Whitman couldn't dance. Berna Wolper were a blonde. Saxy Zilles played the violin. PENN HLMH FRESHMEN ,., ,A ' V k X t x g- 5---1. Q :mm W wxXA S 2 gf I i 3 'Mink K ml 0 1 9x f .- w M..-v A 'Ill Ill? ' . u E i s Q 2 "W" r A """ 1' N ,,M.'-1-' ,X 1 4- xy , KL 'TN - 2, , f 2 5 ff if I , f ' .Q gg. QM UW NK 1 ,.5"1dJJ 'I Lili Q! FLw!Vr 2 f W Jr f , ' , ' ,N 'Ts MRL' .'.l.',, X3-l 7 I , X-f, N' FRESHMEN ' 'nf v i c C? I I c , Yi Ddlypr vw , f., QM Qld jx Reading from left to right: First row: Rodney Ringler. Robert Shareits. James Laucks. Richard Hammer. Louis Cohen, Gloria Frankhouser. Nancy Salzman. Nina Ring. Joan Burt h. James Michael, Second row: David Stump, William Mayers, Robert Forrester. John Gerhart. Louis Starr. Robert Ibach. Betty Nein. LaRene Bice. Dorcas Ludwig, Alma Natanblut. Mirs Keller. Third row: Albert Leader. Lorretta Klein. Bernard Singer, Joan Fix, Harry Bauknecht, Nancy Yorgey. Fourth row: Doris Campbell. Arldine Romich. Phyllis Zcigler, Joanne Esterly, Richard Baker. Margaret Rambo, Barbara Ropiski, Dolores Cooper, Mary Jane Diefenderfer, Caryl Lein- bach. Phoebe Bertolet, Nancy Stump. Fifth row: James Rhoads, Thomas Powers, Richard Kaufman, Edward Large, Franklin De- George. Loon Dautrich. Ronald Kauffman. Virginia Kitzzniller. Barbara Sniith. Betty Anne Williams. Janet Price. Anita Gouldvn, Barbara Sirninon. FE NN X14 FILMH if ,. kc" :X FRESHMAN TRADE MARKS NAME Carol Anderson Harry Baker Joan Barth Harry Bauknecht Phoebe Bertolet LaRene Bice Doris Campbell Lewis Cohen Leon Dautrich Franklin DeGeorge Mary Jane Diefcnderfer Sarah Enoch JoAnn Esterly Joan Marie Fix Robert Forester Gloria Frankhouser John Gerhard Anita Goulden Richard Hammer Robert Ibach Richard Kaufman Ronald Kauffman Virginia Kitzmiller Loretta Klein Edward Large James Laucks Albert Leader Caryl Leinbach Dorcas Ludwig James Michael Alma Natanblut Betty Nein Thomas Powers Janet Price Janice Pritchard Philip Printz Margaret Rambo James Rhoads Arldine Romich Rodney Ringler Barbara Ropiski Nancy Salzman Robert Sharetts Barbara Simmons Bernard Singer Barbara Smith Lewis Starr David Stump Nancy Stump Betty Anne Williams Nancy Yorgey Phyllis Ziegler NICKNAME Dusty Baker Pony Jack Phoebe LaRene Doris Louie Leon Frank Dielfy Sue Joan Joan Forrie Sis Johnny Gouldie Dick Bobby Dick Ronnie Ginny Elsie Butch Jimmy Leader George Nutt Jimmy Elmer Liz Tommy Net Price Janet Phil Maggie Jimmy Ardy Ringie Babs Nance Bob Bobby Singer Bob Boob Dave Stumpy Willie Nancy Zeke USUALLY FOUND At the piano After school in homeroom Getting a sun tan at Rehobeth At the playground At the farm Shopping for shoes Beside the radio WEAKNESS Dancing Plaving the piano Twirling Marbles Horse pins Giggling "Childrens Hour" Wherever he can lend a helping hand Chocolate sodas Cutting wood Selling gas Playing basketball Talking gayly With Mr. Stump In art room At Stony Creek In Muhlenberg Carrying Eagles At the Pharmacy At the playground Enjoying the seventh period In the Music Room Pennside In the library With Dieffy Visiting Romans Playing basketbal Among his test tubes At the Pharmacy Selling War Bonds Behind a music stand With Nancy Keeping children Under a shower Shopping At school Collecting stamps In the art room Delivering the Suburban News Running errands Reading police books Smiling Telephoning Muhlenberg Writing letters to Connecticut In a sweater Telling jokes Playing in "Rank and File" Ice skating Basketball games In Carsonia Pool In the library Stick's Store At the piano PENN FILM 'tl H Singing Bike riding Chewing gum Red gym suits Candy Drawing Edna Art Running Records Playing trombone Joking Trombone Basketball Chocolate cake Chewing gum Paper airplanes Flying Fingernail polish Eddie Hasso Accordion Strawberries Dogs Girls Chewing gum Buddy Dogs Drawing Science Colored shoes Attaining six feet Oakbrook Franchot Tone Civics Cats Plastics Richard Carlson Wise cracks Ice cream Swimming Chocolate eclairs Clothing Singing UNDERElASSl'IEN 0 5117- ' x r QA X y 'WW X Y' M ,X Qu " V Xl , , fn W 'Q 8. 'llll UIW ' '-.ua p 4 """ AWN A MX aff KZ! .f' 771,-" --5 . p - yi, 'V uh W... Z' -LW' X4 ' wl :Fi r ' AQ 5 'in' 'Lying' ,ff ' fl - X X, -A 9 - + R - Z live .AL , Qff, 7 In , 1 :Q g 1: - - 1 - V ,,' q Z ' i K 1 Y . 'Q ' 3? 9 , V I Z R 'F W F ' M , I K-x?5 H , Sf , Q flsvwfgk f A ' v WHMWNX ' V73 .wx , . 5 1 . - ,, 'T M 'u B , ,A 1 -f rl Q 3 5 ' Q ,s T .,-. 4 L 'Y . , . Y 4, 5- J, 'L 1' ...,.,. ., 3? ,. ..,,. .,., 11 lv 1:- . u v, U 1 at 9.-if EIGHT GRADE jr I fn g .1 x -. 1 J f bww, 'fd J 'rl XT f . c xl! ' I Q i D ,arf ? ,W Q Y I iff' f QVW' A 1 Imp' gy Reading from left to riggfv Y , 1 as J . rg f X . . K , First row. Mary Lee Williams, James Campbell. lVIz1rjoric Seidel. Robert Wuchu. Paul Kilhefncr, Calvin Stump. Joan Thompson Barbara Kose Second row: MiSs Bryan. Paul Spohn. Eugene Ennis, William Grubb, Donald Gerhurt. Patty Binkley, Marjorie Zellers, Janet Heller, Jeanne Moyer. Third row: Clarence Mock. Harold Bechtel. Doris Rhein. Shirley Klein. Audrey DiNino. Sara Deysher, Jack Heffelfinger. Alan Pannel. Grace Weller. Mary Lon lvlgmwilier, Fourth row: Irvin Backer. Robert Yinger. David High. William Chnmiaers, Neal LeVan, Madeline Klink, Patricia Starr, Mary Ann Campfield. Patricia O'Donnell, Pauline Homan, .M v-' xo FE NN 44 FILMFI ' T r F f A , ' 21' fl ff? L2 Can You Imagine Mt. Penn Without . Harold Bechtel's sincerity? Patty Binkley as a Walking encyclopedia? James Campbells rush home to practice" Mary Ann Canipfield being the center of attraction? Sara Deyshcr and her supply of candy? Audrey DiNino forgcttrig her books? Eugene Ennis playing the organ? "Pee Wee" Gerhart, the ladies' man? Billy Grubb lacking his math homework? Jack Heffelfingens trouble with the op- posite sex? Janet Heller's shyness? Pauline Homan's stage fright? David High's independence? Barbara Kase's giggle? Paul Kilhefner using Rose Oil on his hair? Joyce Klein taking advantage of Leap Yr ar? Madeline Klink's blonde beauty? Gilda Kropp haunting the movies? Neal LeVan missing the waste basket? Mary Lou Manwil1er's timid voice? Carl lvlcssner enjoying the dark? Clarence Mock as a future Ed Krause? Jeanne Moyer waiting for her letters? Patsy C'lAJtJlll1Cll'S absence from home in the evening? Kathryn Pinlcertons vivacious person- ality? Doris Rhine playing guard on the basket- ball team? hei Marjorie Seidel's A-1 report card? Paul Spohn as an authority on War news? Patsy Starr's telephone number? Calvin Stump being teased about his ght? Joan Tomson's generous "handout3?" Robert Wacha bragging about that trip to Florida? Grace Wel1er's question: "Will it rain today?" Mary Lee Williams supplied with an abundance of chewing gum? Robert Yinger and his bashful charm? Marjorie Zellers planning to attend a so-ed college? FE NN X14 HLMFI SEVENTH GRADE ' ii 4 M J Reading from left to right: First row: Richard Smith, Kathryn Girvin, Agnes Barth. Beulah Bertolet, Ann Kessler. Judy Leinbach. Marilyn I-lall. Mary Riley, Sandra Post, John Frankhouser. Second row: Beverly Boone, Nancy Klein. Helen Slingas, Ann Girvin, Barbara Frederick, Nancy McConne1, Gary Dissinger, Rodney Anderson, George Fasic. Elwood Hertzog, Molly Hammer. James Buch. Alice Rhine. Jean Walter. Third row: Jean Baker, Marjorie Hodgkins, Jean Stafford, Barbara Bohrer. Barbara Homan. Shirley Klein, Marian Thomp:on, Hang Wentlcr, Harvey Ring. James Smith. Betty Reitz, Dorothy Batdori, Miss LeVan, Mr. James. Fourth row: Earl Youse. Martin Wiener, Charles DiNino, Robert Walker, Bradley Katz, Robert Focht, William Knerr, Donald Baer, Harvey Ritter. Mary Betty Phillips, Marilyn Miller. Fifth row: Donald Fink, Frit7 Campfield Ronald Casiel, William Corbin, George Adams. William Wharton, Warren Fcgley. Donald Brossman. Nancy Wagner, Jean Becker, Morton Stanley. Parke Boone, Frederick Fidler PENN X14 HLMH Meet the Seventh Grade . George Adams: Future sailor. Rodney Anderson: Smooth dancer. Donald Baer: Studious boy. Jean Baker: Future swimming star. Agnes Barth: "Aggie" Dorothy Batdorff: Senorita. Jean Becker: Make-up artist. Beulah Bertolet: "Boots" Barbara Bohrer: "Bibsy." Beverly Boone: Flutist. Parke Boone: Newspaper boy, Donald Brossman: "Br0ssman." James Buch: "Senior's heart throb." Ronald Cassel: "Cassie" William Corbin: Never without a tic. Charles Dil'-Iino: "Charlie," Gary Dissinger: t'Dissy." Paul Enoch: Politeness. George Fasic: Wavy blonde hair, Warren Fegley: Shorty George. Frederick Fidler: Future mathematician. Donald Fink: Master mind of conduct. Robert Folk: Future athlete. John Frankhouser: "Gussie." Barbara Frederick: "Giggles" Anne Girvin: Gabby. Catharine Girvin: Baby talk. Molly Hammer: Pigtails and Ribbons. Elwood Hertzog: "Relish" Marjorie Hodgkinsz Future trumpet plaver. Barbara Homan: "Babs." Bradley Katz: Good sense of humor. Anne Kessler: Future school teacher. Nancy Klein: Loves her clarinet. Shirley Klein: Good in basketball. Billy Knerr: Dog lover. Diana Koppleman: Likes to wear jewelry Judy Leinbach: Seventh grade "blonde.' Nancy McConnell: Candy eater. Marilyn Miller: "Talkative girl." Mary Philips: Honor roll student. Sandra Post: Vogue clothes. Betty Reitz: Mature runner. Alice Rhein: Pigtails. Mary Riley: Future nurse. Harvey Ritter: "Harvey." Helen Sfingas: All-right girl- James Smith: Basketball star. Richard Smith: Outstanding red freckles Jean Stiiflord: "Bright girl." Morton Stanley: "Morty." Marian Tomson: Future hair dresser. Nancy Wagner: Future housewife. Robert Walker: "Moony." Jean Walter: Enjoys club period. Hans Wendler: Model builder. Martin Wiener: "Hot Dog " William Wharton. "Wharty." Earl Yousez Blackie's future master. PENN Y I HLMH ACTIVITIES . V, , .WW . ff . , 1 'Mu' 'On In l ' K Q! W X in IIIIN QI i I I I MRA X 'NN WX El IIIIIIIN " ' -11-lp , 1" I ff! , .4 ' ,. 9 , --vi' Alllwul X f pf, 5f"v. X iv , 5 "0 0 Qflq, 'Zhi-IRD.: ' . I Af' ".. 4 . i: III ' ::fg7"J,g...' " 1-gs '.,.'is'Al if II-I. -- I X S .L 1 L. Senior Lettermen and Women JOSEPH HENDRICKSON HENRY SINGER BARBARA KNOLL DOROTHY TOMLINSON NORMAN HESS JOSEPH HENDRICKSON MARY CRAMP JOHN SHOTT ATHLETICS D VIRGINIA MILLER ANNA WENTZEL THELMA I-IOYER MARY CRAMP 5 BAND VIRGINIA SMITH GLADYS WENGER CONNIE NESTER ANN HOMAN PENN FILMFI ANN KUBOVSAC VARSITY BASKETBALL Reading from left to right: Firs-t row: James Frasso. Richard Dickersin, Joseph Hendrickson, Daniel Huggins, John Jack- son. Mr. Zimmerman. Second row: Henry Singer, Ronald Youngerman, George Haws. Edward Krause, Charles Weiden- heimer. During the 1943-44 season the Mt. Penn High Basketball Team continued in its traidi- tion to be a title contender. Under the coaching of Mr. Zimmerman the Mountaineers early put in their bid for the title and it was only in the final games of the season that they were nosed out. The Orange and Black Varsity received no decisive defeats and ended up with a .611 for the 18 game schedule. In a tight Central Division they tied for fourth place. Mt. Penn ,....... 51 Fleetwood .,... . .39 Mt Penn ........ 46 Mohnton ..... 39 Mt Penn ,....... 46 Fleetwood . .. ,... Penn Sinking Spring Mt. Penn ......., 58 Birdsboro ........ Penn Birdsboro .... Mt. Penn ........ 38 Shillington ......, Penn Shillington . .. Mt. Penn ........ 42 Wyomissing ...... Penn Wyomissing .. Mt. Penn ........ 26 Wilson ........... Penn Wilson ....... Mt. Penn ........ 41 West Reading .... Penn West Reading Mt. Penn ........ 27 Muhlenberg ...,. Penn Muhlenberg .. Mt. Penn ,....... 47 Sinking Spring Penn ........ Mohnton .... FE NN X14 FILMFI IUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL Kneeling: Roy Abrams. Donald Johnson. Georgie Rcitz. George Bntnstini. Elmer Lutz. Standing: Eugene Friedman. Hurry Dissiiiger, Theodore LeVan. William Gillis. Richard Carvin. Blake Miller. Mr. James. Despite the fact that there was no league competition for it, the Mt. Penn Junior Varsity competed in 17 games this pzist season in a Well-rounded schedule. Coached by Mr. James the J-V's closed the season with a .588 percentage. Mt. Penn Mt. Penn Mt. Penn Mt. Penn Mt. Penn Mt. Penn Mt. Penn Mt. Penn ........ 47 49 Pharmacy .. ........42 Birdsboro .. ........26 Pennside 24 Shillington ........34 Wyornissinf' ........29 Wilson........... ...25 West Reading Mt Penn. , Pennside . ...... . 19 Mt. Penn. ....,,. 28 Muhlenberg . .. Sinking Springs 9 Mt. Penn ....... .58 18 Mt. Penn ....,... 64 Sinking Spring 23 Mt. Penn ......,. 30 Birdsboro ...., 23 Mt. Penn ,.,..... 38 Shillington .... 32 Mt. Penn ........ 27 Wyomissing . .. 36 Mt Penn ........ 38 Wilson ........ 22 Mt. Penn . ...... 29 West Reading . .17 Muhlenberg ....... 27 PE NN HLMH EQDHNNY CLTESSE' BUDDYh QRONNY O bmxn AIOHNNYH HHNK GEORGE 1 ' .1 tp Y .Xi GIRLS' VARSITY X sl' ,- M Reading from left to right: Kneeling: Lois Levan. Virginia lvlillor, Anna Wentxel. Barbara Knoll. Dorttliy Tomlinson. Thelma Hoyer. Susan Leinbach. Standing: Miss Grieserner, Mary Cramp. Janet Price. Lucia Kessler, Margaret McComas, Marjorie Peiter. Mary Lou Godshall, Doris Beaver. Nancy Stump, Ilean Freedman. This year as in the past two years less emphasis was placed on girls? 'basketball an-It competition was limited to three county schools. Although the team was not entirely vic- torious the girls displayed plenty of good sportsmanship and enthusiasm. Miss Griesemer and captain. Barbara Knoll, kept the spirits of the team high all through the season. Senior girls who will be lost through graduation are Captain. Barbara Knoll. Dorothy Tomlinson. Ann Wentzel. Thelma Hoyer. Virginia Miller. Lois LeVan. Marjorie Peifer and Mary Crarnp. Considering that the girls started the year with only one regular player from last year they made a fine showing. Mohnton .....,. West Reading . . . Shillington . . Alumni .. HOME AWAY Mt. Penn Opponents Mt. Penn Opponents 16 16 Mohnton........ 13 21 .. 45 14 West Reading . .. .. 31 23 .. 13 23 Shillington ... .. 13 'lil PENN X14 HLMFI H18 CHEERLEADERS Reading from left to right: Jean Meek, Lucia Kessler, Ardclene Field. Barbara Peck. Sylvia Weisman, Mary Wentzel. Fight . ..Team A . , Fight! This vivucious combination did ai great deal to keep School spirit high at the basketball games. Their cheers and antics :spurred the team on to greater victories and in many close games helped them to come out on top. PE NN X14 HLMH BASEBALL TEAM Reading from left to right: First row: Robert Diefenderfer, Richard Hasson, Joseph Hendrickson, Richard Dickersin, Edward Krause, James Frasso, Ronald Youngerman. Second row: Mr. Zimmerman, Stanley Boyer, Claire Seidel, John Jackson, Edward Seasholtz, Bernard Reitz, George Batastini, Eugene Friedman. The varsity baseball team in Mount Penn High was reorganized for the 1944 season as members of the Central Division. Considering the layoff last year because of transporta- tion difficulties, this yearls squad made an excellent showing. All home games were played at Pendora Park. THE SCHEDULE April 18 . . . ,.... . ................ . . at Mohnton April 20 .... . . . Muhlenberg at Home April 25 . . . . . ..... at Shillington May 2 . . . ..,, Mohnton at Home May 4 ,... ....... a t lvluhlenberg May 9 .... .... S hillington at Home FE NN HLMH TRACK TEAM Reading from left to right: First row: John Jackson, Barry Leinbach, Lowell Gross, Daniel Ogden, James Frasso, William Gillis, Robert Conrad. Second row: Daniel Huggins, Eugene Hassler. Edward Scherer, Richard Hasson, Mr. Zim- merman, Dane Fabian, Donald Johnson, Richard Frankhouser, Ronald Youngerman. Third row: Jack Koch. George Batastini, Charles Weidenheimer, George Haws, Wesley Brown, Donald Himmelberger, Robert Tuckey, Russel Angstadt. Coached by Mr. Zimmerman, the Mountaineer's track team is increasing in strength and importance. A very strong team next year is seen in the fact that a large percentage of this year's members are Juniors. THE SCHEDULE April 12-Triangular Meet-Birdsboro at Wyomissing. April 19--Dual Meet at Shillington. Aipril 22-Albright Meet, April 26-Triangular Meet-Mohnton at West Reading. April 29-Penn Relays. May 6-West Reading. May 13-Shillington Meet. FE NN X14 HLMH SERVICE CLUB Beading from left to right: Seated: Patricia High, Marjory Smith, Gloria Ludwig, Jane Nein. Standing: Mr. James, James Rhoads. Clifford Hodgkins, Ronald Kauffman, Edward Large, Robert Odum, Robert Klein, Mr. Stump. The members of our Service Club. co-sponsored by Mr. Stump and Mr. James con- tributed more than their share to the success of our home basketball games. Their services included making necessary preparations for these games, policing the stands, and selling 'tickets and refreshments. The Club's student manager was Gloria Ludwig. FE NN Y4, FILMH STUDENT COUNCIL Reading from left to right: First row: Calvin Stump. Helen Kropp. Secretary: William Knorr. Jonn Tornson. Second row: Robert Sharetts, Robert Koch, Virginia Miller, Presidentg William Gillis, Donald Johnton, John Albright. Third row: Judy Leinbach. Nancy Stump. Ruth Hzxws. Rusfell Angstadt. Susan Leinbaeh, Mr. Stutzman. The Student Council serves as ll mediator between the Faculty and the Student Body. It possesses legislative and judicsnl powers through which it strives to make each student recognized. It is responsible for improvement of the school. promotion of school spirit and the sponsoring of social events. Until he was called into the .Navy Robert Koch was President of the organization. Mr. Stutzman is its sponsor. FE NN Y4 FILMFI NATIONAL l-IONGR SOCIETY First row: Lois LeVan, Betty Larson, Mary Crump, Constance Nester, Barbara Knoll, Dorothy Tomlinson. Second row: Margaret Frederick, Gloria Landis, Jean Mell, Marjorie Peifer. Mary Pat King, Mary- lou Godshall, Anne Marie Homan, Miss Ludwig. Third row: Richard Bieber, William Gillis, George Swartzwelder. Donald Christian, James Grim, Henry Singer, Richand Dickersin, Kenneth Ginader. The members of the National Honor Society in our school were more active this year than in previous years. They undertook the task of preparing and sending out Newsletters to all Mt. Penn Alumnae in the Service. They carried this responsibility nobly and receiv- ed innumerable letters cf gratitude. Outstanding members of the Senior and Junior classes are elected to this society on the basis of leadership, scholarship, character and service. Mt. Penn's chapter cf this national organization was founded in 1931. Louise Liever was also elected into the Society, but is not on the picture. FE NN FILMFI PENN POST STAFF Reading from left to right: First row: Gladys Wenger. Edward Jacobson. Mary Wcntzcl. Margery Hay, Karl Rutlcowski. Gloria Landis. Second row: Claire Morris. Margaret Hartman, Mary Pat King. Barbara Knoll, Anita Jacobs, Louise Liever, Betty Morgan, Mr. Taylor. Third row: Henry Singer, Robert Koch, Betty Larson, Mary Crainp. Constance Nester. Richard Dickersin, William Gillis, Stanley Boyer. The Penn Post, Mt. Penn High Schools fornightly publication, has added another to its many years of service. The year. 1943-1944, has been most outstanding for the newspaper. because it has gained national recognition for its factual and well-written material. The National Scholastic Press Association honored the Penn Post with an invitation to become a member of that organization. Each issue now proudly bears the N.S.P.A. official seal, which is awarded only to a limited number of worthy school publications. The paper, this year, was originally edited by Barbara Knoll, and her assistants. Betty Morgan and Henry Singer. under the capable advisorship of Mr. J. Norman Taylor. Shortly after the selection of the Penn Alma editors. Mary King was made editor-in-chief of the Penn Post. with Louise Liever. Gloria Landis. and Henry Singer as associate editors. The sports department was ably covered by Richard Dickersin and Mary Cramp. A wide variety of clever features were contributed by Connie Nestcr, Karl Rutkowski, and Edward Jacobson. Robert Koch secured advertisements, and William Gillis acted as circu- lation manager. The efficient typists were Gladys Wenger, Anita Jacobs, and Margaret: Hartman. Reporters, Betty Larson, Claire Morris, lVIargery Hay. Mary Lou Godshall, June Nein, and Mary Wentzel wrote the accurate news articles. Stanley Boyer was in charge of printing the paper. FE NN YM FILHFI GIRL RESERVES Reading from left to right: Firft row: Jane Nein, Jean Fehr. Barbara Peck, Jean Steinmetz, Ardelene Ficlcl, Gloria Ludwig, Nancy Sausser, Elizabeth Kropp, Helen Smith, Mary Wentzel. Second row: Miss Houseal, Jean Mell, Beryl Evans, .Anita Jacobs, Margaret Frcderick, Dorothy Tomlinson, Mary Cranzfp. Barbara Knoll, Marjorie Peifer, Nancy Large. Mary Lou Godshall, Miss Keller. Third row: Virginia Herb, Jane Shirk, Margery Hay, Francina Homan, Mary Jane Henry, Eliza- beth Dice, Helen Kropp, Gloria Landis, Marjorie Zerbe, Lucia Kessler, Patricia High, Nancy Crarnip, Sylvia Weisman, Ruth Haws, June Reifsnyder. Fourth row: Doris Beaver, Marjorie Weidner, Thelma Hill, Betty Morgan, Barbara Corbin, Marceline Moyer, Marjory Smith, Fifth row: Betty Schollenberger. Betty Hill, Claire Morris. Patricia Uhler, Jean Meek. Gwendo- lyn Bachman, Mary Pat King, Constance Ncster, Sz ra Meck, Gertrude Goodhart, Grace Anderson, Berna Wolper. Sixth row: llean Freedman, Marcella Disinger. Mary Jane Snyder, Grace Adams, Jane Large, Jean Johnson, Virginia Miller, Dottyanne Wilson, Virginia Smith, Audrey Fegley, Janet Behm, Madge Severns. The Mt. Penn Girl Reserves is an important and popular extra-curricular activity for senior high girls. This year the group of seventy sub debs under the capable leadership of Miss Houseal and Miss Keller has contributed to the social life of the girls as well as to the service of others. Starting with an informal and formal initiation, the group has met every two weeks and has sponiored several dances and other social affairs, a Christmas assembly program, and a successful rummage sale. The Mt. Penn Girl Reserves have also taken part in many activities combined with other clubs. They are closely connected with the Reading Y.W.C.A. Girl Reserve officers: President, Dorothy Tomlinson, Vice-President, Mary Cramp, Secretary, Margaret Frederick, Treasurer, Barbara Knoll, Program Chair- man, Marjorie Peifer. PENN YA FILMH HI-Y rv y"'!'0am,,V Reading irom left to right: Firit row: Wesley Browa. Hunter Bingainan. Robert Lindemuth, Jack Mallow, William Chambers. Edward Jacobson, Robert l-Iarris. Richard Franlihouier, Ronald Younger- man. Second row: Jack Koch, Donald Johnson, Richard Schultz. Daniel Huggins. Richard Biebcr. William Gillis. Henry Singer. Richard Dickersin, James Frasso, John Doremus. Carl Boas. Mr. Sharetts. Third row: Russel Angstadt, Richard Lorah, Richard Hetrich. Joieph Hendrickson, Edward Seazholtz. Lowell Gross, Barry l.einbach, Roy Abrams George Batastini. Fourth row: George Haws, Charles Weidcnheimer, Robert Conrad, Paul Aicher. The Mt. Penn Hi-Y Club is an active service organization for senior high school boys. Its main planks are "clean speech, clean fports, clean scholarship. and clean living." The elected members' duty to the club is "to create, maintain and extend throughout the school and community, high standards of Chriitian character." The 1943-44 Club activities have been limited because of a late start in the or- ganization of the club. One of the most important activities ofthe year was the Eanter Egg Hunt for the younger children of the community. The thirty-three members of the club were under the leadership of Joseph Hendrickson, presidentg Henry Singer, vice-presidentg Robert Harris, secretary: George Haws. treasurer, Paul Aicher, Chaplain. The Club advisor is Mr. Sharetts. FE NN X14 FILMFI BAND Reading from left to right: First row: Nancy Cramp, Agnes Barth. Beverly Boone. Doris Campbell. Robert Wacha, Nancy Sausser, Molly Hammer. Barbara Corbin, William Bernsau. Second row: Mary Cramp, Richard Dickersin. Nancy Klein. Albert Leader. Dana Hanford, Irving Derschewitz, Robert lbach. Anne Marie Human. Gladys Wenger. Jean Baker, James Rhoads. Third row: Mr. Musser, Shirley Homan, Ann Kubovsac. David Heller, Edward Smith, Frederick Fidler, Constance Nester. Caryl Leinhach. Francis Barto. James Michael. William Corbin, Theodore Ennis. Fourth row: Blaine Martin, Richard Bieber, Carl Boas, Claire Morris. Elizabeth Kropp. Robert Sharetts, John Shott. Richard Frankhouser. Morton Stanley. Ilean Freedman. Virginia Smith. Fifth row: Forrest Barto. Ronald Cassel. Clifford Hodgkins, Parke Boone, John Frankhouser, Betty Jo Larson, Richard Hammer. Donald Fink. Richard Kaufman, Norman Hess. The pride and joy of Mt. Penn is its 50-piece band directed by Mr. Musser This ntusical organization has won hieh praise for itself thoroughout the county not only through its colorful formations at home basketball games but also through the concert presented in the Spring. Student oflicers of the band are President. lVlary Crump: Vice-President. John Shottg Secretary. Richard Dickersing Treasurer, Carl Boas. FE NN X14 FILMH GRCHESTRA Reading from left to right: Firft row: Carl Boas. Robert Wzncha. Nancy Snusser. Helen Smith, Barbara Smith. Marjorie Zellers. Paul Ward, Cliifford Hodgkins. Second row: Mr. Musser. Richard Dickersin, Albert Leader. Irving Derschewitz, Richard Bieber, Nancy Klein, Mary Cramp, Constance Nester, Caryl Leinbach. Patty Binkley, Virginia Smith, James Campbell, Ilean Freedman. Barbara Corbin. Third row: Blaine Martin, Shirley Homanl Ann Kubovsac. Richard Hammer, Betty Larson, Don- ald Fink, John Shott. Robert Sharetts, William Bernsau. The orchestra, an up and coming organization, performed quite capably at both the Junior and Senior play and at the commencement program. This organization, composed of 31 students, is under the direction of Mr. Musscr and has proved itself both popular and suc- cessful. FE NN X14 FILMFI SENIOR PLAY CA ST Reading from left to right: Seated: Constance Nester. Jean Moll, Sara Meek. lVIarQaret Frederick, Thelma Hill, Dorothy Tomlinson. Standing: John Doremus. Jack Mallow, Theodore Ennis. Robert Koch, Paul Aicher, Kenneth Ginader. On December 10. under the skillful direction of Miss Reinhold, the Senior Class pre- sented "Don't Keep Him Waiting" a comedy drama in three acts, based on youth and its many problems. Events begin happening when Betty the mainstay of the Ramble family loses her job. Her fiance wants her to go to South America where his new job is taking him, but she re- fuses to run out on the family. However, gradually she begins to get a new slant on them. They have all bought birthday presents for her-and charged them to her account. She gives them a taste of their own medicine when she buys some new clothes and sends the bill to them' They are amazed to see her behaving as frivolously as the rest of them. To add to the fami1y's perturbation a southern blond has set her cap .for Betty's fiance and he seems to be falling for her. However. thc complications all clear up for a finale that com- bines both laughter and excitement. PENN YI-4 HLMH IUNIOR PLQY CHST Reading from left to right: Seated: Janet Behm, Mary Wentzel, Barbara Peck, Richard Biebcr. Jacques Price, Robert Conrad. Marjorie Zerbe. Madge Severns. Elmer Lutz. Standing: Richard Dickersin, Claire Morris, Richard Gillis. Patricia Uhler, Marcella Dissinger, Miss LeVan. Again this year Miss LeVan directed a most successful Junior Class Play, The play was presented on April 14, and was entitled "Dear Daffodil " Daffy Coleman has had her fimaly in trouble before, but never as seriously as now. Daffy has, for eight months, been writing to a soldier. When he suddenly arrives in town. the entire family is thrown into a panic. In DaFfy's own words she has slightly varnished the truth by describing each member of her family as a celebrity or genius. The complica- tions which arise when the Coleman family attempts to live up to its new reputation arc highly entertaining. FE NN Y I HLMH SENIOR CHORUS Reading from left to right: First row: Jean Mell, Richard Esterly, Donald Christian. Louise Licver. Miss Heisey, John Doremus, Wesley Brown. Gloria Landis. Second row: Jane Shirk. Mary Wentzel. Helen Smith. Margaret Frederick. Thelma Hill, Sara Meek, Madge Severns, Gwendolyn Bachman. lViarjorie Peifer, Gertrude Goodhart. Third row: Richard Schultz, Carl Boas. Claire Morris, Adelaide Youse, Dottyanne Wilson, Audrey Fegley, Janet Behm, Constance Nester, Mary Pat King. Jean Fehr, Rita Sergeant, Joy Willman, Kenneth Ginader. Fourth row: Edward Seasholtz, Anita Jacobs, Dorothy Tomlinson, Jacques Price, Patricia High. Jean Meek, Joan Johnson. Virginia Miller, 1Allen Bell, Susan Leinbach, Marian Adams. Jean Keitz, Norman Wolichi. The Senior Chorus this year presented three successful programs: the Thanksgiving Assembly, the Christmas Assembly, shared by the Chorus and the Girl Reserves, and the Annual Chorus Concert which ended the season. Chosen from the Chorus were the Girls' Octet and the Boys' Quartet. who presented special numbers on numerous programs. FE NN X14 FILMFI TWIRLERS Reading from left to right: Joan Barth. Nancy Large, Marjorie Zerbe. Marcella Dissinger, Jean Fehr. Madge Severns. Nancy Stump. This year there was a snappy new addition to our marching band. That addition was a Color guard consisting of the American flag, the school flag. two rifles and two swords. The color guard improved the marching band and was quiet impressive in the drills. especially the regulation manual of arms drill. The student body approves very enthusi- astically of this new addition. FE NN X14 HLMFI DEBATING TEAM Reading from left to right: Paul Ward, Gloria Landis. Richard Dickersin, George Schwartzwelder, Miss Ludwig. Marjorie Peifer. Karl Rutlmwslsi. Edward Scherer. Helen Smith. The Mt. Penn Debating Team. directed by Miss Ludwig, this year participated in panel discussions on the subject of 'tWhether the United States Should Take Part in a Reconstituted League of Nations." Included in the quadrangle with Mt. Penn were Muhlenberg. Shillington. and Wilson, who sent two representatives to take part in each panel. These discussions took the place of formal debates. and no decisions were rendered as their purpose was informa- tive, not competitive. FE NN HLMH TIN CAN SALVAGE COMMITTEE Reading from left to right: Mr. Stump, Anne Marie Homan, Jack DeHart. Donald Johnson, Elmer Lutz. Raymond Gomez, Samuel Hadley, John Doremus. The need for the salvage of tin cans for the war effort brought about the formation of this club last fell, lts members each week collected the cans which the elementary school pupils had salvaged. The number of cane was recorded and stripes awarded ac- cording to the plan formulated by the Government Salvage Committee. The approximate 8,000 cans collected each month were then disposed of to the proper authorities. Anne I-Ioman was the secretary in charge of the committee, and Mr. Stump its sponior. FE NN FILMH novfmnsmmrs Row XQM L A I 'I Rule Ullllll' ' 2,0 5 - 1 " f A E , I' QQ I f A V 1, 4 5 A ? ' V , flmkk ff fi 5 57 211-1 ,-1, ,1 35" '- w- , :Nw 1. . . - . L , , ., .V,. . .- 11 1' :ml 1141- s ' ' V-- -1 v we f 4 1 wq . . ' ,mm . ,Ili .di .- , , ' 2' 'Akin ' ' 1 - - 2-r , .- , f lil ,, -A ' I ' 4 . . 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I Sales-CI-I EVROLET-Service' SULPHUR VAPOR BATHS ARNULF WGERLE 528 WALNUT STREET READING, PA. STICI-ITER'S 3.-qw: up in--gngnipi 14 1011-14 11 3 141 1 xi 3111 11 1 if 1-.cw 11-1-I 11121 1xi:in1n1vrqlmzn1 :vial ri FAVORED FOR FIFTY YEARS BY INFORMED UNIFORMED MEN WINGPIADE COMPANY UNIFORMS - REGALIA - SPECIALTIES 12th and BROWN STREETS, PHILADELPHIA, PA. Represented by HAROLD WOLF, Sales Agent 1464 Bellview Avenue, Camden, New jersey Complete Banking Facilities THERE ARE MANY WAYS IN WHICH THIS BANK CAN SERVE YOU . . . MAY WE SERVE ALL YOUR BANKING REQUIREMENTS Departments SAVING ACCOUNTS PERSONAL LOANS CHECKING ACCOUNTS COMMERCIAL LOANS SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES COLLATERAL LOANS TRUST FACILITIES MORTGAGE LOANS REAL ESTATE MANAGED - RENTS COLLECTED MT. PENN TRUST COMPANY "Your Community Bank" PERKIOMEN AVENUE AT 23rd STREET MT. PENN, READING, PA. -Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation- VISIT . . . LINCOLN'S onthe PHILADELPHIA PIKE 111 1 nz 2:-nb iviviuif-ini: 1.11111 Qoiwiffi- 101131130212 ,abr 1 2 I 1 1' -111 iuzioiuiflini-ni211111-201 ENTERPRISE Q. FURNITURE FACTORY 757 PENN STREET READING, PA. O Custom-Built FURNITURE Costs No More !" Ji- C 11.1-4 trio: uns xi ui fi xiuioiuiuioini ni JOSEPH ADDESSO SHOE REBUILDING FIRST-CLASS WORKMANSHIP AT MODERATE PRICES 25 NORTH 23rd STREET MT. PENN, READING. PA. CIJIIIPII-lllFlIf.V of JOSEPH'S 408-410 PENN STREET READING, PA. Men's and Young Men's CLOTHING, HATS and FURNISHINGS ROSS SASSAMAN 824 PENN STREET READING, PA, Phone 5313 GR EETINIVP CARDS FOUNTAIN PENS- .IEVVELRY COMPANY VVM. G. HINTZ, IHC. DIAMONDS' JFWFI RY Your STATIONER since 1883 A WATQHEQ F 838-840 PENN STREET 820 PENN STREET READING, PA. READING, PA. LEATHER GOODS - DESKS - CHAIRS N EIN BROS. COAL and FEED 2236 PERKIOMEN AVENUE DODGE and PLYMOUTH USED CARS Complete AUTOMOBILE BOUGHT REPAIR SERVICE and SOLD! LEE KO E'S SALES and SERVICE CHURCH and GREENWICH STS. READING, PA. PHONE 3-3722 1 Ii ni -1 .11 31:31:11: 21111v1o1nr3u1n1oi:l1 11- 1 1 Han init PAGOIDA KNITTING IVIILLS, Inc. RADIO STATIONS WEEU WIIAW SSOKC I34OKC NBC AFFILIATES C pl f The . .. SIiYLINER'S uthe hottest band in Perma." Dial 2-3969 uimdbuivwbwxuitr111101 - 1 4 9.0 fi '11 Qnlnifri Q H l ! II ! I 0:0 Quin Cnifzflirllerzfs of .IACKSONWALD HOTEL JACKSONWALD, PA. 11 up 3 7.1-f 1 1' 1 1. 3- in 102:11 3 W. F. YEAGER Paper Boxes O 4th and LAUREL STREETS READING, PA. ESSO ESSO EXTRA AERO SERVICE STATION VIC HOMAN 28th and PERKIOMEN AVENUE MT. PENN, PENNA. RAMSEY'S HOTEL OLD FRIEDENSBURG ROAD W. H. RAMSEY, Prop eto MARVELO PRODUCTS CO. Toilet Sanitation Specialists C. FLEMMING 1505 NORTH 14th STREET READING, PA. AMOCO SERVICE "PAUL" Specialized MOTOR TUNING and LUBRICATION More Mileage for Your Stamps! For Your ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT NUEBLINGS The Sportsman's Store Cor. 9th and PENN STREETS READING, PA. PHIL MAHAN The Carpet Man 0 Rugs Cleaned and Repaired 0 22nd and WOODVALE AVENUE MT. PENN, READING, PA. DIAL 4-1293 xozuzmznzixi 14-gfxtixnxnzuxzx :xxx 111111010111u1ta1n1.i1u1o1n1 1 :wx ini: 1: inzvinipq- iuimxss :wif-1-11115411 1' xxx 1034: CRYSTAL RESTAURANT AND RASTRY SI-ICR 547 PENN STREET READING, PA. :Dui 1-A1412 2 1 1 iuzvzn-em .1 1 ni In 1 -11:11-:ui ini 141. ini in 1 I1 CmIIpliIIIc1Itsuf HOLLYWQOD QPQRTMENTS, Inc. Compliments of DUDLEY DETECTIVE QGENCY MT. PENN, READING, PENNA. Jwenzber of ASSOCIATED AMEEICIIN DETECTIVE AGENCIES LICENSED BONDED Compliments of TI-IE REQDING CLGTHING MFG. CQ. 500 NORTH 3rd STREET READING. PENNA. 'XFRCDM A FRIEND" 1113110111111 in ga 3111913113 lgxilg-113'-swag-ucv ivzulsr-i,i1'X1Iil 1:-65.1111 Z ini 1' ini 1 111111 ini-'1 13'-goin' 1-313 -:ning :oi iv-1 1:2 1 2:11 Compliments of RCBERT H. SEIDEL Registered Sutfueyow' 26 NORTH 25th STREET MT. PENN, PENNA. Congratulations from Sammy? Scrap Iron and Metals THE NORTHWESTERN MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF MILWAUKEE Know Your Company . . , The Dividend Paying Company of America 300-302 AMERICAN CASUALTY BUILDING H. V. LANDIS, District Agent READING, PA. Phone 2-4623 H FRIEND 101011 10:1 14.11-1c:qn'11 3 1:14 1 if 1 -4 gui.-if in 211: 11-qxq:-?oquqvQn?:1 11515 chu, -Q5 'uw GH' 0-u sin: -3-11 ,urn awry:--19'-raven-f-vvQ vu-9 -:':rv4-5-.en-nopvnnl'-fuivriul Crflzzfvlizfmlzfs of 'Fo' nl NN "T MT. PENN EUETMVWNCG BASIEIEITPQIXETTCFIYEANI "Hall" "I?uH'y" . . "Di 'k" hllillllllyu kflffffbfggf -ggggg POW' , -Amfa' Lo J ".7f1z'k" "1x'1'llllJ'U "Hub" "l.i111l3"' I'yL'A'l'l' THE NEVV AND ULTRA TWODERN LCDRI G STUDICDS The Finest In Portraiture 20 NORTH Sth STREET, READING, PA. Dial 4-3021 Congratulations and Best VVishes MAJESTIC THEATRE HARRY FREICDLAND, Manager 1011111 3-1-111:11 1. cu. nz. na. fm. .u gm-1.1 09.31111 as 1.-ami 1411- 1010 10:41 if ini- If 21-1 '11-11-ini 'nov 3-113.151-ini. 111 11:1 4:-11 1 c4U!Ilf'HlIll'lIl.Y uf Mt. Penn Tavern 23rd and HOWARD BLVD. V-iuiwini -1 111-1--if 1 in 11 C911 Lifllflfll-Il7l'Ilf.Y uf PENN PAPER BOX CO. 210 MAPLE STREET READING, PA. Picture of Original Adam 8: Eve Button CONSIDERED VERY RARE HOBBY MATERIAL Dealer in RARE, OLD, FANCY BUTTONS and OLD COINS Warren P. Ruth Decorator 113 N. 23rd STREET MT. PENN, READING, PA. Phone 4-1648 DEPENDABLE PRINTING SERVICE W. L. PEGLEY Printer 2701 PERKIOMEN AVE. MT. PENN, PENNA. Dial Reading 3-0377 1.1. 1 1.-If-3'c:u'1a.3 -1 -4:11:11 zn1'l5xL1-Lngnlnxfnz 111121-L emu: Q., 3,111 Z 3,1 1 31, 3,1 3 3,3 3 D-X The Universal Remedy For ATHLETES FOOT Sold withamoney-back guarantee R E E S E R D,X 917 PENN STREET will ir Stop itch MI! fingus TRUSSES, SUPPORTERS ia ELASTIC ANKLETS. . KNEE CAPS. Readmg Cut Rate STQCKINC53 Drug Store , 414 PENN STREET Lz1dyAttendant! Congratulations to E N N, I S TH E CLASS OF '44 IVIc'5.I1L1fEiCJEL1I'i1'1q Company 9 'A' ctumszns Ano ovens 0 0 41 HAND TOOLS 111:34 14 34x11-11-iuiniuiczi 1 1111 ioiboi' is 21111131 14:11:14 103030101 .1 D10 1 '1 11 11 4:0111 -21114 14-gwiuxcix Q0lIIf',!lIIl'lIl.Y uf ALFRED E. BAILEY 5 MGHIS Wear S 843 PENN STREET -1 3--iniux-r1w2'r:'c,e1D-13 13' 1 1 if 313' For SMART STYLES For GOOD QUALITIES Visit READING LEADING CLOTI-IIERS Grell Sz Keck GALLMANS Cleaners and Dyers, C'Ull1f7lfIlIL'lIf.Y nf Inc. , ,i ilwlih 'Q . df Qflulnfly Dial-eeREADING-4-3035 549 PENN STREET O PLANT :mil OI"l7K'E: MIDLAND AVENUE, STONY CREEK MILLS MORRIS GOODMAN 11- xvzmcmxr-C9111 qw 1 iw: 1 3. :ui--11-1 1 2 1111-1 11' 1 11011111 2 -1 2.1.1 1 C 1 GPZCDRGE GQIJIPJ,S Congratulations. . . Esso Station CARSONIA AVE. STONY CREEK MILLS, PA. Telephone 2-2341 "AN ALUMNUSH . . . and best wishes for your success. Bowers Battery 8: Spark Plug Co. Phone 2-137 1 Residence Phone 3-8007 Established 1900 FRANK YODER, Inc. Registered Tinsmith, Plumbing and Heating FOR EVEN HEAT . . . GET AUTOMATIC HEAT Estimates Furnished On Request 2230 PERKIOMEN AVENUE, MT. PENN, PENNA. C10ll1f7llIII!'lIfS of The Tropical Paint and Oil Co. 1323 CLEVELAND AVENUE WYOMISSING, PA. Manufacturers of QUALITY PAINTS FOR OVER 40 YEARS Ralph H. Lehman, Distributor 11 1 -111111231411 iw: -:vim 3111114 1 1 GASOLINE MOTOR OIL Cities Service "ART" SIMMON Specialized Motor Tuning and Lubrication Delivery Service Phone 3-9740 HOWARD BOULEVARD MT. PENN, PENNA. 1- 1.1 -ini czviz -3 clawing-1 iii lb 1 1 1. cz :Engl-mx nina: 'ini '1-14:5-xiwdzwc11::xomx1:1uinc:f1,1 1mi1x2n1.1 1 1901. NOW, more than ever Bo, of- You NEED A ' Il o ' ZIEGLEHS P M HOMOGENIZIQD P VITAMIN MDM JACK W. EVHNS Distributor M I L K 2151 FAIRVIEW AVENUE MT. PENN, PENNA OLEY VHLLEY HOTEL OLEY, PENNA. Banquets - Platters - Soft Drinks PPIUL BOSSLEB, Proprietor SCHOFEES QUALITY BAKERY, IN C. "Bakery To Home Serfuiceu 1 311 1 1 1'in:u1'41w1u1:111111 mxzfcpl 14:21 L14 :J4.:.w,c1zm Znizncia zuczucan-ezaucr vi-K1 xifuiaiiimini--Shin? 1. iuiuiaiadii in 1 1 11111 .xr-uivqpnirviuii in 2 1 Blue Mt. Spring Dairy, IN C. 210 MAPLE STREET PH ONE 4-2739 I HOMOGENIZED MILK 'Milk as Fresh as Mountain Air' Coiiijvlinzelzis nf HARTGEN'S GROCERIES 'A' 2447 PERKIOMEN AVENUE MT. PENN, PENNA. C0lllf'lillIt'llf.Y of REIFFTON DAIRY COMPANY HEBERLINGNS Keystone Store 25th and GRANT STREETS The Pennside Store "DUKE and ELSIE CUMMINGSH "The Sfweef Place" DOLLY MADISON ICE CREAM CANDIES BEVERAGES LIGHT GROCERIES, ETC. 25th and HIGH STREETS SHIFFER'S 2441 PERKIOMEN AVENUE MT. PENN, PENNA. O FRESH CANDY F01ll1fHin Se1'Uz'z:e Gifts-Games-Novelties Cnuipliirzvzilx uf MAX KERN ir GROCERIES. GAS, OIL JACKSONWALD, PA. C'01ufIil1i4'llf.v of M O O R E ' S RESTAURANT 9th and PENN STREETS READING, PA. il1I1xi1lio1'i.1i1'i- iran:-111.111 C11 Conzpliuzfnfx of MT. PENN SUNOCO SERVICE C. E. MAYS,Propr1'e1or HOWARD and DENGLER STS. MT. PENN, PENNA. DIAL 3-9845 FERD HECK Florist PHONE 4-4823 Complimenls to The Class of '44 W EINER'S QUALITY CLOTHES Since 1914 759 PENN STREET READING, PA. Children Are Children Only Once in a Life Time .... IT'S RICHARDS for TOYS RICHARDS' TOY CORNER FRONT and BUTTONWOOD STS. READING, PA. HEATHER SPORTSWEAR SHOP NORTH 5th STREET READING, PA. EMILY HOPKINS 0 YOUNGER SET FASHIONS 0 120 NORTH 5th STREET READING, PA. J. W. LEINBACI-I HARDWARE 2234 PERKIOMEN AVENUE MT. PENN, READING, PA. i'li1vi0iniiiui':1i irvilvilii is-1 '11 Buy at Our ESSO SIGN ROTHERIVIEL and HAFER HOWARD BOULEVARD MT. PENN, PENNA. Telephone 4-0936 Tires, Batteries, Accessiories v 1' F1 V QNE ' it LQEYST 5 QT COMPAN 1 723 CHESTNUT STREET READING, PA. Died 3-1179 S PRI TI G of All Descriptions 5 Manufacturers of Badges f Buttons - Ribbons PRINTERS OF THE PENN ALMA MT. PENN SQLES and SERVICE AUTOMOTIVE DEA LHRS 0 2516-26 PERKIOMEN AVENUE MT. PENN, READING, PA. Pl if DNF 3-9533 ST. LAWRENCE Community Building Social Rooms 'A' FOUNTAIN SERVICE LUNCHEONETTE BOWLING BILLIARDS O 1 ,llhfdizmi 428-444 Penn Square Visit VVhitner's with assuriincel You will find here a wide selection of the best quality merchandise obtainable. READING - OWNED READING MANAGED 1111114111111 3 111131-1 1.1 I. M. Seasholtz and Son. Inc FRONT and SPRUCE STREETS READING, PA. 'A' Viireous Enameled Products 'k LIGHT GUAGE METAL FABRICATING SANDBLASTING Established 1916 11 3111 1 11131iiricicv-ii1i111irZnZ41i12 ini 2' -1. 211111 111-1 rin: 1, 4: 'L' :Il ' 11:1 11 1111-.1141Iniuiui-xcnclixriuin Cl ,lll Wm of BLACK BEAR RESTAURANT READING DINER Soda Fountain LUNCHEON ETTE PHILADELPHIA PIKE DANCING.. .yes 1 Open Daily 6:0 OA. M. to 12:00 P. M MT. PENN DINER G d F d Q , KELLER'S OO OO . . . L CIVICC PARKING FOR 75 CARS ' S44 PENN STREET EDGAR E. KEGERISE READING' PA. DIAL 4-S036 COMPLIMENTS OF WhitmaD's Grill PHILADELPHIA PIKE IUNIQR CLASS 1 in 1-1:-111 1 1 if 11:0 :vines-:qv 121-Q in-1111 1-11:11 was xxuiuiuiuininixxi in I ""' ' BREAD IS BASIC' Ge! Me Y . 1 . 4-Gad' S601 auf of ,mug , 'S !5ZLriyRiW'k X9WlIU1S.f' 4 ,,, ,. .I1fE5555Q:: : '1" If, ..A.1..,A1,: 1 ....::: 'J '::: i'i5ffi 2 5 MN The way to get milk's full benefit :'::"' is by insisting on St. Lawrence VITAMIN D Homogenized milk. EAT PLENTY OF It gives you the 'Usunshine ' vitamin!" 'ITLAWRENC ENRICHED f"i""'I'Z WHITE BREAD RUSSELL G. KLEI Your UQOQD GULF" Dealer Nwachstetter Strip and Screen Co. Weather Strips and Screens 1724 PERKIOMEN AVENUE Phone 2-0733 READING, PA. I-quilt: 1-1 -111-1. 1-:Ii -11 guxuunvigvxoxwx -1 1: 1: 11.111 1:1 1 1 raps 1 1 inxfioqnviiniwiixii-ini: .im 1111103 EARL R. BRINER DRUGGIST Drugs, Prescriptions SOIJA lfOL'N'I'.'XlN We Deliver - Telephone 5664 1763 PERKIOMEN AVENUE READING. PA. 31,11 -1 3 if 1-1414 1-110111011 31 1 I MT. PENN PHARMACY 41 NORTH 23rd STREET WHITMAN'S CANDY BREYER'S ICE CREAM Complete Line of YARDLEY'S COSMETICS PHONE 4-8642 PCJTATO CHIPS E' ,"' NEWNE CONGRATULATIONS PAINTERS CLASS or 1944 PHARMACY ,I 516 PENN AVENUE Howard D. Goodwin, WEST READING, PA. PHONE 3-S-L83 qqoroaqo-xuinxuim 11101 11 1.1 1 3 D ii 31-3 2141 1-111 11.102411 101 Reading Cllllllllllilfllfil' of LESTER A C01 Business W COURSES OF TRAINING . , . SPECIAL COURSE FOR WAR EMERGENCY WORK if ACCOUNTANCY-BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION , , EXECUTIVE SECRETARIES FTlCT1dly SCTQJICE MEDICAL SECRETARIAL Call or Write for Information t Summer Term Fall Term june 12 Sept. 1 10th and PENN STREETS 22nd and HOWARD BLVD. READING: PA. Phone 2-6771 JIM EATO and his ORCHESTRA "The Kind of Music You Like" Call 215385 Stand with anybody, that stands for right. Stand with him while he is right, and Part with him, When he is wrong. 1o1v11x14i101nir1 3 luin1'0Q'1i'f1i? fSpeech delivered at Peoria, Ill. Oct. 16, 18543 by A. Lincolnj -noi: 1: 1' V1 .ii cu. 14:1.1i,ioiu1o1 1 ii 1 cswzzrncs vavweunwxw 65110111 1 111-,cs-1:11 Q 1 PATRONS Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Aicher Mr. and Mrs. Oren Angstadt Miss Ellen Anderson Deborah Ann Baer Miss Alberta Banket Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. . E. L. Barth Edwin S. Baugher Robert I. Beamesderfer William H. Bernsau Franklin Bingaman Ralph H. Bortz Floyd Boyer Walter E. Brown E. R. Brown Jasper R. Brown Miss Cortney J. Bryan Mr. and Mrs. George E. Christian Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Penrose F. Christian W. john Cramp LeRoy B. Diener Daniel W. Dudley Howard Eaton and Mrs. john L. Ennis George F. Evans William Flamm, jr. Earl J. 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