Mount Penn Lower Alsace Joint High School - Penn Alma Yearbook (Reading, PA)
- Class of 1952
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Text from Pages 1 - 156 of the 1952 volume:
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Mt. Penn's Alma Mater
Proudly waves old Mt. Penn's emblem:
Black and Orange Fair
Floats triumphant in the breezes,
No dishonor there.
Student days have fondest mem'ri es
Comrades here we stand
As our troth to Alma Mater
Pledge we hand in hand.
From thy halls, dear Alma Mater
We, at length must part,
But thy mem'ry shall not perish
From a student's heart.
Far away on life's broad highway
All shall fortune try.
Still our living hearts shall cherish
Thoughts of Mount Penn Highl
CONURATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1952
Wrth every possmg year the responsubaluhes to your home your
community your country and our God wull Increase Moy you
have loud well the foundohons for your lufe whale you were nn Mt
Penn Hugh School
My thoughts my prayers and my best wnshes wull go wuth you
wherever you go from here
Roscoe H Word
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From 8 30 untul 3 30 the offuce us a busy place wltw students
wanting help from the able office staff Mrs Smuth and Mlss
Lelnlnger When In need of help see us " That seems to be the
motto of these two amnable women Our entnre sensor class says
Thank you for all the help you ve glven us
We the Mountameers of 1952 wrsh to dedicate our Penn Alma to Mr
Claude W Dundore for has smcere co operation rn producmg our Jumor and
Sensor Plays and for hrs helpful gurdance through our years at Mt Penn W
admire his many talents has humor and hrs patience wrth us To you
Dundore we dedrcate our yearbook as a small part of our gratitude
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FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Dolores Gross, Ann Fasic, Jane Dewald, Dawn Adams, Janet Yeager, Barbara
Seelig, Barbara Rice, Fern Wurman, SECOND ROW: Shirley Ilare, Gayle Nonemacher, Geraldine Gerhanr, Mary
Alice Lewis, Mary Ann Rothenberger, Lynne Angstadt, Gloria Lawrence, Joan McGrath, Mimi Keitz, Alice
Christian, Anne Sherman, Elaine Derr, Barbara Rissmiller. THIRD ROW: Robert Seffing, Lyle Pelton, Jim Forsht,
Peter Hirsch, Bruce Young.
Co-editors . . . Janet Yeager, Dawn Adams
Layout Chairman . ........ DOl0reS GFOSS
Features Chairmen ....... Fern Wurman, Alice Christian
Betty Jane Williams, Robert Setting
Personals Chairmen .Jane Dewald, Gloria Lawrence, BerthaAngstadt
Mimi Keitz, Marilyn Morrison, Anne Sherman
Robert Donaghy, Jim Forsht
Advertising Co-chairmen . . . Alan Gibstein, Ann Fasic
Claire Yeager, LylePelton
Robert Jackson, David Shaner
Art Chairmen . . . Jackie Aigeldinger, Joan McGrath
Sports Co-editors . . Barbara Rice, Peter Hirsch, Bruce Young
Patrons Chairmen . . . . . . Barbara Seelig, Shirley Hare
Typists . Mary Alice Lewis, Lynne Angstadt
Elaine Derr, Gayle Nonnemacher
Treasurer . . . . . . .Mary Ann Rothenberger
Faculty Advisor. , Mr. Jacob D. Wentzel
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MRS C RAYXIOIND SMITH
FRED A HOWARD
EDWIN F PALM
GEORGE A GROFF
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GERALDINE E. EDSALL
Latin, French, Eng is '
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"Bon your mes elex'es." ., . ."Salute tliscip
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CLAUDE W . DUNDORE
Hi h English Musicg Kutztown State
History, Senior ig ,
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Teachers , . .
"Meet Me ln St. Louis" ...... "Clementine,"
MARY LOU FOLK
Nlusicg West Chester State Teachers College, B,S,
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WILLIA M H. LEVAN
Instrumental Music' Cons
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ARLENE B. LINDERMAN
Health, Physical Education, East Stroudsburg State
Teachers College, B.S., Temple University.
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Our ever helpful librarian.
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Those assignment quizzes!
EDWIN F. PALM
Guidance, Make-Up Mathematics, Math.g Penn
"It'5 water off a tluCk's back. "
MARY KRAMER POLEY
Arts and Craftsg Kutztown State Teachers College
"The Primary Colors are Red, Yellow and Blue. "
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Industrial Educationg Penn Sta te.
"This is how I would do it if I were making il. "
JOHN L. SHARADIN
Advanced Mathematicsg Penn State, M. Ed.g Lehigh
Universityg Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
"Please child, be specific!"
Biology, chemifrfuoyn SHARETTS
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DAVID S ZIMMERMAN
Health Physrcal Educatron East Stroudsburg State
Teachers College B S Temple Unrversrty M Ed.
One man volleyball team
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Settung Ballroom of the Hotel Waldorf Astorua
Occasuon Tenth reunuon of the class of 1952
lmagune all the excutement that fullsthe atmosphere on thus eagerly awauted day Ten years
have passed sunce to the strauns of Pomp and Curcumstance we the class of 1952 receuved
our duplomas We ve put on a few extra pounds here and there and some of us are thunnung out
on top but we ve stull got that same old Mt Penn spurut
Everyone s here no here comes the former Muruel Ropusku wuth her twuns Guess Muruel
hasn t changed these past ten years always the slowpoke
There s Bob Jackson overthere where all the gurls are congregated l suppose that hot rod
fuend wull always remaun a bachelor
Rose Buone the gurl wuth the most natuonally advertused eyebrows us remunuscung wuth the
farmers Audrey Fusher June Howard and Janet Hohl
Tommy Eshelman un plaud Iacket Bob Seffung Jack Lloyd, and Percuval Ruchardon are guvung
us a rendutuon of theur latest release Thus us musuc? Competung wuth them us Skup Adduson
udol of the bobby soxers who us cryung
The farmers Gayle Nonnemacher Mary Lou Folk Marulyn Morruson and Mary Aluce Lewus
are tellung each other they re glad they aren t career women
Pat and Ron Pusano and DeDe and George Conrad are duscussung basketball what else? lt s
a good thung the gals brought theur knuttung as they Il never get a word un edgewuse
Janet Yeager Weusel and Judy Roller Duefenderfer are recallung the good old days when they
were kept busy wrutung to servucemen whulefor formers CorruneWltterS Mlm RlSSrT1lllef
Peggy Jarvus and Florence Hafer are howlung wuth laughter They never made that much nouse
The Hummelburgers Kenny famed furst baseman for the Phullues and Don manager of the
Roxy The1tre un New York are talkung to the Angstadts Lynne Bertue and Hops and hus
fuve small ones
Frank Fuck and Kate Weaver are holdung hands so sweetly un the corner Oh no here comes
that famous sports announcer Bruce Young to tease Kate the way he dud un homeroom 724
As the strauns of Yeo let s go cause the chandeluers to come flyung down all notuce that
Russ Buts Fuz Dawn and Claure the famous monologust have unvaded the premuses
The New York traffuc system us all baffled Russ has the Plymouth
Now the center of attentuon us turned to Jum Forsht who us playung a beautuful vuolun solo
Hear that tremendous ovatuonl Poach Hursch has lust moved the muke
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Don Collnns our class president rs campalgnlng for mayor of Readang and ns about tognve
cigars to Dave Shaner and Robert Potts who are telllng each other why the Plymouth us the best
car on the road Jack Dnbler Buddy Nenthammer and Ron Lnvmgood agree that they II take
an old car anyday
Our women In whlte the farmers Mlm Keltz Joan McGrath and Jackie Algeldmger are
remlmscmg man hunting wuth Anne Sherman who funallymarrned her Doctor whllethe farmers
Pat Pangle Joann Bates and Elalne Derr are descrubung their hubbles
Jane Dewald who has lust returned from Parls us speakmg French to Pat Grlffun who rs
answerlng In German Here comes Glorra Lawrence, lust back from Paris where she designed
the gownless evemng strap last season
Eleanor Kllnk Fees IS drscussmg the problems of her erght little ones wuth the former Fern
Wurman chlld psycologust Fern always drd understand the problems of Iuttle brats
Wnnme Lease and Lyle Pelton are paradung around wlth their two most preclous possessions
thear trumpets not theur waves Rock Seldel who has gust traded hrs motor scooter un forthe
newest model us chatting wlth Bull Maurer famed Dodger pitcher whsle Llppy Bachman
Frltze Frederick George Kleln Lowrle Mervune and Charlie Hlnnershutz seems anxuous to glve
someone a hot foot Those fellows were always full ofthe devnl Oh here comes Moe McComas
General and Mrs Harry Stephan the former Dolores Gross are speakmg wuth Corporals
Nora Schweltzer Betty Helss and Jeanette Ramsey Colonel Lewis Bollinger couldn t come
today as he s making a non stop fllght to Indra but he sent has regards with LeRoy Boyer and
Bob Donaghy Those boys are stlll trying to make people laught at their lokesl
Glo Gibson of the Gibson Beautlcnan Enterprises IS glvung a lecture about poodle cuts
to the farmers Bea Mell Jamce Ruppert Betty Jane Wullnams and Helen Lubas Olympna
Gannkon as her model Speakung of models Frances Grebe now top Power smodel and Senator
Betty Drlluplanne are dnscussmg Mary Joan Rupperts non fattemng fudge whsle the formers
Gentaln Bauer Chrlstlne Bauper and June Brumbach are looking on wnth waterlng tongues
Grbby Gnbstem IS trynng tc sell semethlng to Chuck Oxenford Ray Dautrnch Clarr
Muller and Davnd Lorah Wonder what? Davnd Remsel, presadent of the Mt Penn Trust Co
duscussnng automobule unsurance wlth the formers Barb Seelrg, Aluce Chrlstuan Gerry Gerhart
and Jackue Ganster
Tom Snyder John Swavely, Paul Toaldo and Gerry Elsenhower all sportung the Don Eagle
haurcut are grvlng us a sample of barbershop quartet muslc ?
Two of our celebrntles are approaching Joan Kennedy, of Roller Derby fame brought her
skates and IS showing them to Dan Sharey, president of the Hulton Hotels
Admnral Marty Cullms who has lust returned from Indra IS telling the formers Rosalie
Bybel Shrrley Hare Ellen Reeser Evelyn Resh and Mary Ann Rothenberger how at rams and
rams and rams over there
Well luncheon us bemg served and I m starved See you all an 1972
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Llilfli TO RIGHT: Marilyn Morrison, sccrcraryg Gloria Gibson, rrcasurerg Don Collins, presidentg Dawn Adams
CLASS FLOWERS: Blue carnations ond white roses.
CLASS COLORS: Blue ond wl-wire.
Forwgrd everj bcclcwofd nevef.
DAWN LOUISE ADAMS
"Dawn" . . .Owner of a beautiful wardrobe.. .Jan's bosom pal.. .often
seen northeastoflleading in her little gray Ford.. .can be seen jetting
around school. ..class veep. . .eagerly awaits next September at
Basketball IO: Hockey IO, II, 125 Y-Teens IO, II, 123 President IOQ
Service Club IZQ County Chorus IO, 1 1gChorus 10, 11, 123 Choralaires
II, 123 Ititramural Sports 11, 125 Penn Alma Co-Editorg Junior Playg
Senior Playg Class Committees IO, 11, 12 Class Officers, Secretary
ro, Vice President 12g Cheerleading IO,llg Softball IOQ Yearbook
Editor lOg May Queen Court 103 Gym Exhibition IO: National Honor
JOHN I. ADDISON
IO Park Lane, Pennside
"Skip" . . . infectuous laugh. . . crooner of the class.. .lady killer. . .
always ready for a good time.. .quite an artist, . . tinkering with cats
Soccer IO: Basketball IO, IIQ Baseball IO, 11, I2g Hi-Y Club IO: Vol-
leyball 1IgClass Comutittees IO, llg Class Vice-President IIQ Vice-
President l-lomeroom11,12g Penn Alma Staff.
IACQUELYN GLORIA AIGELDINGER
115 North 24th Street, Mt. Penn
"Iackie"...peaches and cream complexion...creator of our prom
decorations. . .ever hear her Mario Lanza record collection.. . "Uncle
Miltie" fan...will be taking temperatures in four years. . .supplied
art work for Penn Alma.
Y-Teens IO, 11, 12: Chorus IO, II, I23 Make-up Club IIQ Vice-Presi-
dentg Make-up Committee 11, I2g Choralaires 125 Class Committee
IO, 1 I, 12.
...appreciates icniinine pulchritnde. . .plans for a fu-
r 1 iw: 1:1 key Club 11, 1:5 Penn Post IIQ Class Com-
BERTHA M. ANGSTADT
"Bertie" . . .cute and petite. . .keeps her curls clipped short. . .con-
stantly being pestered by a certain boy in room 30. . .brims over with
giggles.. .unexpectedly became a member of the Iunior's classes this
year to achieve her goal, nursing. . .Exeter's May Queen.
Chorus IO, 12g Y-Teens IO, I lg Secretary IOQ Gym Exhibition IOQ May
W Queen IOQ Music Club Ilg Class Committees II, IZQ Intramural bas-
HOW.-XRD P. ANGSTADT
ROI lirtedcnsbntg Rd. Pt-nnside
Student. . . lllllC'kC6PCl' at the games. . . invinccable
vt-nds many hours in the laboratory, . .has a tendancy
ROSA LYNNE ANGS l'ADT
"Lynne" . . . lefty. , .faithful to Grants. . . can always eat a Chinese or
Italian dish. . .quiet Exeter Lass UD. . . Those blue eyes.. .a business
career for Lynne. . .National Honor Society Member.
Na1ionalHonor Society I2: Cheerleading IOQ Hockey IOQ Baseball 105
Basketball IOQ Chorus IO, II, I25 l-lomer00rn Treasurer llg Secretary
rzg Yearbook Staff to, izg Athletic Club IOQ Class Committees io, 1 1,
12: May Queen Court lOg Gym Exhibition 109 Penn Post Ilg Assem-
blies ll, IZQ County Chorus IOQ Y-Teens Ilg Color Guard 12.
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CHARLES I, BACHMAN
Stony Creek Mills
Lippy head car washer at Stout's. . .likes to swim. . .haunts
Antietam Valley pool during the summer. . .quite the ladies' man.. .
lefty all thc way La Bouche"...plans for the future--just plain
CHRISTINE ESTHER BAUDER
Stony Creek Mills R.D. I
Christine domestically inclined. ..wi1l never forget those Home
Ec classes at Exeter frequent visitor at Maurer's Diner, because
of the food or the green Ford Christine?. . .her favorite food, spag-
Commercial Club Il Home Economics Club Io.
ICANN DOROTHY BATES
2252 Fairview Avenue
"Joann" . . .jovial. . . one of Whitner's "can't do withouts". . .reads all
the latest novels. . .her constant attendence at basketball games shows
her intense interest in the sport. . .soon she'll be saying "number
Y-Teens IO, II, l2g LibraryClub IO, I I, l2g Vice-President ll: Chorus
Io, II, I2g CountyChorus Iog Make-Up Committee II, 123 Intramural
"Rose ' . . .darlt and attractive. . .spends her summer days at the Birds-
horv Playgrttutid. , . dislikes he-ing rushed. . .this long lashed gal will
inaltt sonie etnpluyer a very efficient secretary.
Lihrary'Clnh IC, Newspal er Staff lOg Dramatic Club IO, Gym Exhibi-
tion 13: Y-Teens tip Malte-up Committee 11.
GENTIAN ANN BAUER
Birdshoro R.D. 2
"G611li-2111" . . . pretty blond hair. . . quiet. . . a special someone calls her
Jennie. . .Italian Sandwiches rankhigli on her list of likes. . . one ofthe
girl's from Exeter.
Dancing Club IOQ Commercial Club II.
ROSE Nl.-XRIE BIONE
ljitdsboro R.D. 2
LEWIS H. BOLLINGER
Birdsboro R.D. 2
"Lewis" . . .small bitt mighty. . .when he isn't reading he's drawing,
ftrains preferahlyj, . . longwalk to bus stop every morning. . . amazing
knowledge of the outdoors. . ."Lewis P. ..doesn't approve of gov-
ernment's war actions. . .plans to join signal corps.
Yearbook Art Chairman IO: Class Committees IO, II, I2.
LEROY L, BUYER
Stony Creek Mills R, D, 1
"LeRoy", . .tall and blue -eyed. . . envies people who have straight
hair, , , spends his sninrners on the country eluh greens, , , brain, , , fond
of nioney, who isn't?, , , Lerloyhopes toconlniue his work and beeonre
an excellent greenskeeper,
Science Club rog Field and Stream rig Yearbook Staff iog Assistant
kids, , . future receptionist,
ROSA LIE BYBEL
Stony Creek Mills R. D. 1
"Rosie , , pretty blonde, , , twirls her baton to the beat of the march-
ing band, , , high scorer for hockey champs. , , takes an active partici-
pation in all sports, , , Rosie is making plans for a secretarial career,
Gym Exhibition tog Queen Court io.. tigBaseball IOQ Basketball IO,
Il: Cheerleader iog Chorus io, ii, rzq County Chorus ro. rr, rzg
Hockey ro. ir, I2: Majorerre rr, r2gY-Teens ro, ir, l22 V0l1Cy-
ball ii: Co-Ed Volleyball ii.
JUNE ANNA BixUNlHAlll
"June", , , althoughshe's seldom heard her btantx attracts our attcn
tion... adores that blue convertible o t n trcsscs on t rcmin
her of the first time she tried to park a car one ol thc btonc rsvillc
Chorus rog Exeter Echo rog Dramatic Club IO Yearbook statf to
Homeroom Secretary Il: Junior Conimt rcral Club ri
DUN HILL COLLINS
I2 Brithton Avenue
Don tlass Prcxx likes to swirn,,,remember those days at
Antit tam Hot lord? Donjuan oflunior and Senior-:lass plays, , ,
lileyuard at Hopewell future college man.
ass si ni 0 cter IO, il. 12: Baseball IO: lntra-
mural sports IO Baskttball Manager I2:1unior and SeniorClass Playg
Class Assembly IO ll I2 Field and Stream Club II,
ALICE LOUISE CHRISTIAN
Stony Creek Mills R, D. t
Alice", . ,her jovialand friendly personality make herwell liked by
everyone ,,,' l'he Mills Brothers put her in a dither,,,ever see her
1iticrbng?, . , makes that little black Plymouth hop, , . frequents Amity
with Betty, , , another secretarial position in view,
Debating 1OgBasketbal1 IO: Baseball IOQJUIIIOI, Senior Plays, Promp-
terg Hockey IO, II: Y-Teens IO, 11.
GEORGE M, CONRAD
Birdsboro R, D, 2
"Big George . . stellar, all-round athlete, , ,tall and handsome, , ,
murder on a basketball court---watch those hips. . . Guinter's boy, . ,
Ford convertibles and D. D,
Baseball ro, II. l2: Basketball 10, 11, 12: Soccer IO, ii, I2:
Volleyball Il. l2: Intramural Sports ll. I2: Track II: Assemblies
11, 121 Gym Exhibition IO: YearbookStaff IO: ClassCommittees IO,
Il, I2g Athletic Club lO.
MARTIN THOMAS CULLEN
Stony Creek Mills R, D. I
"Marty", . . always late to class. . . usually has a question to ask which
he .promptly answers himself, . , how about his sailor pantsl. . .a cer-
tain girl holds his heart, , , travels in Raymie's car,
Band Il. I2: Music Club II.
ELAINE PATRICIA DERR
Stony Creek Mills
RAYMOND C, DAUTRICH
Stony Creek Mills R, D, 1
"Raymie", , , tall and lanky. . . quiet, but friendly, , , chauffers his
gang in the green Chrysler,,,fiend for cowboy music.'..one of
"Milton Berle's fans. ..Raymie will carry on his father's job as a
Wholesale Fruit and Produce dealer,
Science Club IO: Field and Stream AI I.
"Elaine , . quiet and reserved, , , a whiz in Shorthand, , , pleasing
personality, , , easy to get along with, . . a staunch Dodger rooter. . .
Elaine will make somebody a fine secretary.
Hockey IO, I Ig Commercial Club IIQ Athletic Club IOQ Y-Teens Il:
Baseball IO: May Queen Court IO: Penn Post Typist' II: Penn Alma
DELORES ELAINE DETURK
"D. DZ " . . .Boop boop de doo. . .pleasing personality. . . the big mo-
ment in her life, George. . .that catching smile. . .faithful rooter at
allbasketballgames. . . seenwith Gayle and Elaine. . .future telephone
Hockey IO, II, 125 Basketball IOQ Gym Exhibition, May Queen Court
IOQ Co-Ed Volleyball I I 5 Y-Teens I Ig Class Comneittees II, 12g Cur-
rent Events Club,
JANE ANN DEWA LD
8 W. 35th Street
"Frenchie".. .beautiful black curls. . .frequent appearance on the
honor roll. . . reads a ll the latest novels. . . Jane likes French and French
likes Jane. . . busy gal around school, . . always smiling. . . that pretty
face. . .she plans to teach French, naturally.
Cheerleading IOL AthleticClub lOg Newspaper Staff 105 Gym Exhibi-
tion top May Queen Court IOg Yearbook Staff lOg Y-Teens Ilg Penn
Post rl, 123 Class Committees IO, Il, 125 Penn Alma Staff 125 Junior
Town Meeting ofthe Air 123 Band II, 123 Vice-President 125 Marching
Band rr, 123 National Honor Society IZ.
JACK ALLAN DIBLER
"Jack", . .engineers boots. . .quite a hunter.. .going to pay Uncle Sam
a visit. . . you name il--it's in Jack's trunk. . . "Oh, you're bitterl". ..
just listen, you'll hear the Ford.
Soccer Io, Ilg Hi-Y IOQ Hunting and Fishing Club tl.
BETTY H. DILLIPLAINE
"Betty"...Nat "King" Cole rates high on this gal's list of likes...
regular class play prompter. . .capable homeroom president for years
and years.. .A-I student. . .woman driver. . .National Honor Society
Homeroom President IO, II, l2g Senior Chorus IO, II, I23 Newspaper
Staff IO: Yearbook Staff IO: Athletic Club rog Hockey IO: Basketball
I0g G.A,A. 11, I2g Vice-President 125 Debating IO: Gym Exhibition
iog May Queen Court Io.
ROBERT J. DONAGHY IR.
Stony Creek Mills R.D.I.
"Bob". . .outdoor man. . . keen interest in science. . .his favorite pas-
time, the movies.. .seen with LeRoy. . .hopes to fly a super-fast jet
Science Club IO: treasurer IO: Field and Stream Club II3 Class Com-
GERALD D. EISENHOWER
I240 Greenwich Street
"Gerry"...jovial young man...a1ways has a cheery "hello"...ask
him about those Saturday nights with the boys. . .feels lost without his
pipe. . .beautiful bass voice. . .his plans for the future are being made
by Uncle Sam.
Baseball and Basketball Manager IO: Yearbook staff IO: Soccer IIQ
Soccer Manager I2gChorus I2: Vice-President 123 Class Committees.
' THOIAAS I. ESHELMAN
259 Friedensburg Road
"'l'omrny"...high I.Q .... proud of his beautiful orange and green
Willys sedan. . .thanks to "Duffy" for the delicious turkey dinner.. .
loves all the joys of living . .modelairplanes. . .no use for women--
yet.. .plans to study law at Dickinson.
Band lO,Il,I25 Dance Band I0,ll,I2g Marching Band I0,ll,l2p
County Band 10, I I, I2gEasternDistrict Band Ilg Penn Post II: Orches-
tra 103 Junior and Senior Plays.
RUTH ANN FASIC
2532 Cumberland Street
"Fiz" . . .great joker. . .with never forget those slumber parties at
Riss's...Did you say "Z.elda7"...head for the hills, "Fiz" has the
cltevie. . .height is an asset to her athletic ability. . . argyles. . . after
college we'll see "Fiz" teaching the "Three R's."
Basketball io, Ilg Volleyball Io, rig Hockey 10,115 G,A,A. ro, rig
Vice President 11gY-Teens IO, II, I2g Service Club IO, II, I23 County
Chorus IO: Chorus IO, 123 Intramural Sports IO, IIQ Penn Alma Staff
l2g Junior, Senior Play, Prompterg Class Committees IO, II, 12.
FRANKLIN W. FICK
Stony Creek Mills
x "Frank" . . .will always argue. . . those dainty steps. . .knows trucks
foreward and backward. . .those wild races on Skyline Drive. . .hopes
to be a truck jockey.
Hunting and Fishing Club II.
AUDREY IOANN FISCHER
Stony Creek Mills
"Audrey". . . oh, that red hair. . .Iune's bosom pal. . .smart dresser...
witty humor. . .Chinese food, her favorite. . . yearns to travel around the
Library Club IOQ Exeter Echo Staff 105 Dramatics IOg Gym Exhibition
IOg Y-Teens II: Make-up Club Ilg Service Club I2.
MARY LOU FOLK
2203 Fairview Avenue
"Mary Lou". . .spends her summers near the water. . . excellent guard
for our basketball team. . . collects money in room "3O".. .can usually
be seen in the "Maggie". . .pretty eyes. . .friendly.
Basketball ro, ri, izg Hockey io, 1 t, I25 Y-Teens Io, rig Class Com-
- mittees II,l23 Homeroom Treasurer 12g Junior Commercial Clubg
Chorus IO: Co-ed Volleyball II, I2.
JAMES LEWIS FORSHT
Stony Creek Mills
"Jim". . . terrific M. C .... excellent German student. . . Letterman in
the two B's. . ."Your name Al?". . .lady killer in the Senior Play--
and otherwise. . .Jerry Lewis prodigy. . .Dartmouth bound for his col-
Soccer IO,II,I2g Basketball IO, II,I2 Baseball I0,lI,I2g Chorus
IO: County Chorus IO: Hi-Y President IOQ Debating IOQ Gym Exhibi-
tion I0, II: Key Club II, l2: Vice-President 12g Volleyball llg Co-
ed Volleyball II5 Intramural Volleyball I03 Athletic Club II: Senior
PlaygPenn Alma Staff: Homeroom Vice -President II: Class Commit-
tees Il, I2,
FREDERICK K. FREDERICK IR.
Stony Creek Mills, R.D.I
f "Fritz" . . . Hot Rod. . . that pipe. . . polishing cars takes up most of his
' time. . .Ever see his handwriting?. . . one of the "Culvert Gang" . . .
would like to be in the automobile business.
Exeter Echo Editor IOQ Field and Stream Club 11.
OLYMPIA GANIKON Q
206 Wilson Avenue
Stony Creek Mills
"Olympia . . raven black tresses. . .flashy sweaters. . .belle on the
dance floor. . .one of Mrs. Mack's able assistants.. .always has a full
date book. . .up and coming artist.
Y-Teens IOQ Senior Library Club Il: Make-up Club llg Class Com
mittee 11, 125 Senior Library Club, Vice -President
JACQULYN MAY GANSTER
2953 Filbert Street
"Jackie". . .slim and pleasant. . .remember "Sweet Ann" of the Junior
Class Play. . .seen in a certain maroon convertible. . . ice-cream and
dancing rate high. . .such a longwalk to school. . .look for Jackie be-
hind a desk in a few years.
Chorus IO, II, 121 Junior Playg Homeroom Treasurer II: Service Club
II: Make-up Club 11.
GERALDINE MARION GERHART
Stony Creek Mills
"Gerry". . . loads of fun. . . long black hair, . .always wears a smile. ..
letters to Jack. . .just give Gerry veal cutlets and she'll be satisfied. . .
hopes to be a bookkeeper.
Penn Altria Staffg Class Committee 11, 12.
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GLORIA MAE GIBSON
568 Marshall Avenue
"Glo". . .Mt. Penn's gift to fashion board. . . class money keeper. ..
known for her hair style. . . one of Mt. Penn's women drivers. . . crazy
about Ted Williams. . .future hair stylist.
Class Treasurer IO, 11, 129 Class Committees IO, 11, l2g Jr. Playg
Sr. Playg Be-Teen Fashion Boardg Band IOQ Assemblies 1O, 11, l2g
Y-Teens llp Dramatic Club llg Service Club l2g Marching Band 123
National Honor Society 12.
2606 Cumberland Avenue
"Gibby". . . dark and handsome... who will ever forget his sneezes as
"Tubby?" . . . the Pontiac, a regular taxi. . . witty remarks come fast. . .
inclined toward food and parties. . .a future as a professional man.
Soccer lOg Basketball IO: Projection Crew 10, 11. 125 Junior Playg
Senior PlaygProjection Club llg Penn Post 12gPenn Alma Staffp Class
Committees IO, 11, 12.
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PATRICIA ANNE GRIFFIN
211 Penn Terrace
a still retains a light southern accent.. .talland well posed. . .
htr et shots are dead malsesthe little Austin hop. . . a real "buddy"
to exert one 1cl1lcmbel' the great times at Antietam.
Bas etballio ll I2 l-locket io 115Y-Teensio, ll, 125Commer-
cial Club ll Homeroorn Secretary lOg Intramural Sports.
FRANCES T. C. GREBE
629 Carsonia Avenue
"Fran", . .tall and slim. . . special interest in Penn State, 5 , will be
remen.bered for her portrayal of Miss Pringle. . . no potatoes for this
gal. . . perfect posture... a horse lover.
Junior Play5 Dramatic Club Ilg Make-up Committeeg Chorus 11, I2g
Class Committees 11, 12.
DOLORES ANN GROSS
Stony Creek Mills R. D. 1
"Dolores", . . friendly per son a li t y. . . can usually be found with
Harry.. .one of our snappy colorguards. . . is always busy doing some-
thing for the cIass...studious and precise...those Home Nursing
Basketball IOL Hockey io, I15 co-captain 103 Baseball Manager 105
Homeroom Secretary IO, 11, I23 Yearbook Layout Manager IO, 125
Athletic Club Secretary 1o5Chorus io, 11, IZQMBY QueenCourt IO:
Gym Exhibition IO: Penn Post Typist II5 G.A.A. 115C1ass Commit
tees ll, 123 Class Assembly II, 125 Color Guard 12.
FLORENCE MARY HAFER
Stony Creek Mills R. D. I
"Flos". . . slim brunette. . . unusually quiet. . . believe it or not, this
gal dislikesltalian sandwiches.. .Lubas and Reeser, her best friends...
forthcoming years will find her filling a secretarial position.
Chorus lOg Class Committees 11, 12.
SHIRLEY E. HARE
Stony Creek Mills R. D. I
Club llg Gym Exhibition IO.
ELIZABETH MARIE HEISS
"Betty", . .curly brown hair. . . shy but friendly.. .rainy days and
Betty clash. . . will never forget those German classes. . . those long
talks she and Jeanette have in English class. . .Betty intends making '
the Waves her career.
Usherette II, 12g Chorus IO, II. I2: Music Club II, County Chorus
to. Intramural Sports to. Class Committees 10.
R "Shirley", . .her favorite pastime, meeting the kids at the culvert.. .
remember all the na mes she once acquired.. .pleasing personality. . .
will miss school after graduation. . . office work for Shirley.
Basketball 103 Y-Teens 11, 123 Intramural Basketball 11gCamera
DONALD ALLEN HIMMELBERGER
y 24 South 23rd Street
X, Mt. Penn
"Don" . . . dark and striking. . . movies are better than ever at Loews.. .
someday he'll kill that deer he's been hunting for. . .outdoor life gets
his okay. . . after service in the armed forces, farming will claim him.
Science Club IOQ Field and Stream Club II.
KENNETH P. HIMMELBERGER
Stony Creek Mills
"Kenny". . .this carrot-topped lad spends his Qummer days camping
and fishing...keep your eye on those Phil1ies...hails from Stony
Creek. . .reliable baseball player.. .join the Navy and see the world.
Basketball IO, tlg Soccer IO: Baseball IO, Il, 123 Hi-Y I0g Volleyball
CHARLES E. HINNERSHITZ, IR.
f "Charlie" . . .Good things come in small packages. . . the joker of the
deck. . . "Fill your tank, Sin". . .would like a million dollars. . .per-
haps someday he'll own that Sunoco station.
Newspaper Staff IO: Chorus IO: Yearbook staff IOQ Field and Stream
Club I I.
2429 Endlich Avenue
"Petey"...smal1 of statue...big boss of stage crew...only male
member of the French class...Dagmar...ask him how to knit...
believe it or not Pete dislikes Cadillacs. . .Ye Olde Penn Alma Sports
Key Club 10, II, l2gBasketball lO, llgBaseball IOQ Soccer Il, 123
Volleyball Il, I2g Camera Club IOQ Class Committees ro, 11, 123
Stage Crew ro, ll, I21 Penn Alma Staff.
Birdsboro R. D. 2
"Janet". . . cute and peppy. . . continual smile. . .likes Chinese food
and dill pickles--not together...always a ready remark...stylish
dresser. ...after graduation secretarial employment will fill many of
Chorus IO, ll, 123 Exeter Echo IOQ Dramatics Club lOg Make-Up
' Club llg Y-Teens Ilg Class Committees 10, Il, 12.
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JUNE D, HOWARD
Stony Creek Mills R, D, 1
"June", . . her good taste is shown in her wardrobe, , , she and Audrey,
inseparable...always has a stylish haircut,,,rainy weather gets
under her skin., ,maybe someday she'll travel around the world,
after ofcourse, she retired from her job as a police woman,
Dramatic Club 103 Library Club IO: Y-Teens II: Make-Up Club itz
Service Club I2.
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ROBERT KENNETH JACKSON
512 Brighton Avenue
av- ' Pennside
"Bob". . . always a trick up his sleeve, , , weird -colored cars, , ,
' varsity man, , , never forget those Physics classes, , , detailed plans on
by the death of Joe Stalin, , , watch out wild blue yonder,
Basketball ro, 11. 12: Soccer ro, 11, 12gBaseba1l ro, 11, 12: Class
ffixj Committees IO, Il, I2Q Chorus rog Class Treasurer IO! Assemblies
1 I ' IO: Basketball Club II: Key Club Il, 123 Intramural Sports 11, 12,
"Peg", , , quiet and reserved, , , movie fan, , , always friendly, , , our
Peg's auburn hair is natural in co1or,,,in the future will be seen
Y-Teens 101 Class Committees IO, II, l2: Camera Club 11.
508 Bryam Street
"Mimi", , ,heroine actress of class plays, , .we'11 never forget her as
Clem. ..blonde, Qand not from a bottle either,j,,,enjoys a good
football game. . . those days at Pennside, , ,dislikes Kutzrown and
loquacious Q Pj people. . . a starched white hat on this pert head in a
Y-Teens IO, 11, IZ: Worship Chairman 123 Chorus 10, Il, I2:
Secretary 12: County Chorus IO: Class Vice President 10: Class Sec-
retary ioglunior and Senior P1aygBand II. 12: Treasurer 12: District
Band II: Dramatic Club II: Home-Room Vice President 12: Penn
2653 Perkiomen Avenue '
"Toughie . . Orange country, , , lrish lassle. . . jazz and Sarah Vaughan
are herweaknesses. . .detests coldweather. . . "I'mgoing to move to Q
Florida". . .wants to live, love, and be happy,
Chorus rog Class Committees IO, rr, 123 Intramural Basketball rog , ..
Y-Teens 10, ll, 12: Dramatic Club II: Penn Post rr, 12.
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Klmey freckles and more freckles the krd wrth the smrlrng
eyes a good worker for homeroom 31 prrnts all the latest
edrtrons Marge From The Halls of Montezeuma
Scrence Club I0 Movre Club II
730 Carsoma Avenue
Eleanor lone female slrde horn player of the band enjoys a
good basketball game norsy people head Eleanor s l1st of dlslrkes
rs fond of a Readlng Hrgh Graduate her rnterest and abrlrty rn art
wrll make up her future plans
Y Teens I0 II I2 Band I0 ll I2 Marchmg Band I0 II I2
Chorus IO Il I2 Newspaper Staff 10
"Winnie", . .Band Prexie. . . quiet. . .easy to get along with. . .plays
the sweetest trumpet this side of Harry James. . ,that yellow convert-
ible. . .work and fun are to his liking. . .intends to stay with Rachlln's
until the draft board changes his plans.
Band IO, 11, 121 President I2g County Band IOQ Dance Band IO, 11, I25
Music Club Ilg Marching Band IO, II, 12.
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I2 Endlich Avenue
"Gloria", . . a petite miss with excellent taste for clothes. . .scholarly
and serious... always asking questions. . . "I dropped a perpendicular"
. . . ask her about her pen pals. . .heads for a career in fashions.
Y-Teens IO, 11, 125 Service Club II, 125 Penn Post IO, II, l2g Asso-
ciate Editor IIQ Penn Alma Staff 121 Homeroom Secretary II: Na-
tionalltlonor Society 11, I25 Secretary-Treasurer II: Intramural Sports
10, 11, 125Chorus IO: County Chorus IOQ Class Com.. ittces IO, II, 12.
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110 Center Street
MARY ALICE LEWIS
702 Brighton Avenue
"Mary Alice . . fond ofanimals. . .stylish dresser... always seen with
Eleanor. .hall duty., ,future includes Silber Bloomsburg or asecre-
Y-Teens IO,II, 125 Chorus lO,Il, I25 Class Committees IO,II, 12:
Make -Up Club II5 Penn Alma Staff.
6oo Penndale Avenue
"Ronnie" . . .baseballenthusiasn . . can often be found at a roller skat-
ing rink. . .Jean. . .loves to argue.. .always has an answer in P.O.D,
class.. .hopes to be a printer.
Soccer IO: Hi-Y IO: Movie Club II.
WILLIAM I. LLOYD
"Jackson", . . 'Happy Birthday Boy". . .possessor of many names
Tommy. . . shy--atfirst. . . a member of the witty QD science class
interest in Tennessee.
Class Committees II, l2g Junior and Senior Assemblies.
Stony Creek Mills R.D. I
"Davle" . . . tiny, teasing terror. . . makes his little blue car roar. . .
spends the greater part of his time at the Five Points Store. . .dreams
of owning his own farm.
Science Club IOg Field and Stream Club II: Class Committees ro,
3368 Oley Turnpike
"Lefty". . . crew cut.. .joker. . .St. Lawrence Community Hall is his
second home...one of the boys...grab-bag of crazy remarks...a
future upon the high seas for him.
Baseball Io, 11, 123 Basketball 10,121 Soccer Io, I I, 12: Class Com-
mittees IO, II, I2.
Stony Creek Mills R.D. I
"Lubie . . tall, well-liked blonde, , , how could the basketball team
do without her?. . . quiet but efficient. . .has an enmity for rude people
...look for her as a competent secretary.
Hockey I0gCheerleading IOQ Chorus I0gCo-Ed Volleyball I lg Y-Teens
tt, I2g Basketball to, II, 12.
"Mo". . .walking skyscraper. . .very reserved sense of humor. . . "How's
the weather up there?" . . . everyone's friend. . . knows the price of eggs.
Science Club log Basketball Club Ilg Class 'Committees II, I2.
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IOAN E, MCGRATH
I20 Center Street
"Joauie . . our srriiliuglrish lass, , , friendly. . . naturally curly blonde
hair, , , llllSBlllglli1llllOll gal iscvery 1 11e's, , , a reliable worker aruuuu
the school, , , gums her white map at U. of P,
Basketball lo, Class Vice Prusuleui IOQ llimriiurourri President 11, 123
M.iku-Up Cluh Prusidclit llg Y- Itcus IO, ll, 121 Ilovkuy Manager
llg Service Club IO, ll, IZQ LQ, A, A, IOg Chorus IOQ Cnuuty Chorus
IO: Pr-nu Alma Siailfl1urauiuralSp1ms IO, llLCl3SSCt3llllllllIL'CS 10.
Slillly Cicck il, IJ, 1
"Bea",,,ex1eusive wardr hu.,.witty,,,fascina1iu5 eyes,,,i11feQ
ruous smile, , , future business gal,
Service Club Il, 121 Iuuior Asscmhlyg Y-Teens IO, ll: Curze
Evuuis Club Ili Class CUIllIlllllx'SS II, 12.
LOWRIE R, MERVINE
2212 Woodvale Avenue
"Lawrie", , , exeelleutportrayal ofliramlpa iu the Senior play. . . lady
killer with rusty-colored hair, , , manly grin, , , easy guiug, , , will
never forget the fuu at rehearsals, , ,Gene Krupa of the class of '52,
Baud 10. II. I2: Senior Play: Audio-Visual 11.
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CLAIR O. MILIER
Stony Creek Mills
"Clair". . .ohl that haircut. . .seen with the Exeter crowd. . .Dodger
rooter. . .did you see a red truck go by?. . .the navy is first on his list
of likes. ..forthcoming years will find him as the leading florist of
Science Club IOQ Baseball Io5Fie1d and Stream Club Ilg Gym Exhibi-
MARILYN E. MORRISON
Stony Creek Mills
"Marilyn" . . . master of88 keys.. .capable captain of cheerleaders. . .
class secretary. . .sends news to Be -Teen Jamboree. . .warbler with the
Choralaires. . .speedy typist and dictation-taker.
National Honor Society 125 Cheerleading ro, I 1, IZQCRPI. 125 County
Chorus IO, II: Eastern DistrictChorus II5 Senior Play5 Class Secretary
I25 Homeroom Treasurer II3 Chorus IO, 11,125 Choralaires II,I2:
Junior and Senior Assemblies5Basketball105 Co-Captaing Dance Band
125 Y-Teens 105 Penn A1ma5Dramatic Ilg Softball IO: Majorette 103
Class Committees 10, II, 12.
CHARLES P. NIETHAMMER IR.
Stony Creek Mills
"Buddy", . ."young man with 2 h0rn" . . . devoted Dodger fan who will
never forgive those Giants.. .hunting and fishing. . . one of the boy's. . .
Baseball ro, 11, 125 Band ro, II, I2g Dance Band 11, 125 Hi-Y ro.
Stony Creek Mills
"Gayle". . . always there cheering at basketball games, , , a whiz at
typing, , ,never without a pleasant smile for you, , , has no special
dislikes, , ,faithful maid in the class plays. . .hopes to do Civil Ser-
vice work in Washington,
Chorus lO, IAI, l2: County Chorus IO: Junior Playg Senior Playg
Y-Teens Il: Penn Post Il:Penn Almag Gym Exhibition IO: Make -Up
"Chick", , ,interested in all sports, . , manly shoulders... remember
the first time "Chick" drove a cat to school?. . . at State he plans to
be a top-notch mechanical engineer...staunchly admits P,O,D,
Soccer Io. tt, 12gBasketba11 lo. 1IgBaseball 1ogAth1etic Club IOL
,, 1 Boys' Basketball Club 11,
PATRICIA R, PANGLE
Birdsboro R, D, 2
"Pat". . . what a wardrobe this gal has, , , mad woman driver. . . knows
the latest in make-up trends, , ,that Ipana Smile, , , prospects show
her in a secretarial position,
Y-Teens ll: Class Committees II, 12,
in another ten years,
M Projection Crew 12,
RONALD J, PISANO
1968 Woodvale Avenue
"Buzz", , , suave and handsome, . . Pat's man, , 1 sharp dresser, , , "Why
don't girls ever getdetention?". . . that Pisano sense of humor. . . Don
Juan of our class, , , good student, , , sure shot on the basketball court,
Basketball 10, 11, 12gBaseball io. 11, IZQIHIIRIIIUIBISPOIISIO, 11.
12g Class President IOL Homeroom Vice-President ll: Athletic Club
ll: Class Committees 10. ll. 12.
523 North 25th Street
"Lyle", , , very intelligent young man nice dresser enjoys mak
ing and listening to music. . , works at the one and only Harvey s
his pride and joy, the Bach trumpet we ll be calling him Doc
i Soccer 10, 11, l2g Band 10. ll. 12 Dance Band I2 Senior Play
ROBERT H POTTS
"Pottsy", , , friendly to everyone, , one of Mr Serfarth s best
Ferris Fain is his man. . . a gentleman who doesn t prefer blondes
"handyman", . , future's "undecided
Band top Commencement Play ro, Junior Class Play
JEANETTE FAY RAMSEY
"Tootie"...full of vim and vigor...avid reader...that giggle.. .
"that's the end"...has a certain weakness for black, wavy hair...
future Wave .
Chorus 10, I I, l2g Make -up Committee II: Junior Assembly.
DAVID PAUL REINSEL
2425 Filbert Street
"Dave". . . always busy cashing checks. . .bug for the books. . .tall and
slim. . .devours large quantities of food. . .excells in bookkeeping. . .
college and future C.P,A. after graduation.
Band Io, Il,I2g Marching Band I0,II,I2g Dance Band 12: Key Club
II,I2g Treasurer 125 Penn Post II, I2g Exchange Editor andBusiness
Manager II, 123 Chorus I2.
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ELLEN LARUE REESER
"Ellen". . . typing whiz. . . conscientious and dependable worker
likes basketball..."same difference" is not a part of this friendly
lass's vocabulary. . .future secretary.
Basketball IO, Il: Hockey IOQ Softball IOL Chorus rog Y-Teens Io, I Ig
Jr. Commercial Club II: Co-Ed Volleyball II.
EVELYN MAE RESH
nesi cutc blonde baseball enthusiast, , , known for her boyish
bob shorthand whiz quiet on the surface,
Baseball IO Athlttic Club IO Intramural Basketball IIQCIBSS Com-
IANICE DARLINE REPPERT
"Repp", , , smallsilent type, , , strappy dresser, , , likes ice cream any-
time. . , corresponds with one of Uncle Sam's boys, , , plans to join
Y-Teens 115 Music Club,
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Stony Creek Mills
"Bitsy", , , green eyes... always has a ready remark, , , active in all
sports. , . human dynamo, , , vivacious blonde, , ,loves "party, party",
Y-Teens 10, 11, I25 President 105 Hockey 10, II, 125 Co-captain
121 Basketball 10, II, 12g Soft Ball IO: Volleyball 11: Chorus IO:
Co-Ed Volleyball 115 G, A, A, 12: President 12: lntra-Mural Basket-
ball 1I: Penn Alma 125 Girls' Sports Editor5Gym Exhibition 103 May
Queen Court IO: Class Committees 10, 11, 12.
"Percie". . .ever hear "On top of Old Smokey" in Germam. . .wrestling
addict. . . mathematically inclined. . . top flight artist. . .one of the
harmonizers. . . constantly seen with Tommy.
Band IO, I I, l2g Senior Assembly5Dance Band l25 Projection Crew I2.
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PERCIVAL C. RICHARDSON
304 North 25th Street
"Mim". . .always a ready giggle. . .ever true, ever faithful to Arthur
Godfrey. . . adores Jeannette Davis. . .fond of traveling and reading. ..
may soon be seen as a receptionist.
Camera Club 11.
BARBARA ANN RISSMILLER
"Riss". . .small bundle of dynamite.. .fond of all sports. . . "YoI Let's
go! . .chauffers the gang in her "hopped up" Plymouth. . .Agnes with
the high button shoes. . .prospects show her as a Physical Ed. teacher.
Hockey IO, I I, I25 Co-captain I25 Basketball IO, ll, I25 Baseball lOg
G.A.A, II5 Chorus 10,115 I25 Gym Exhibition to5 Yearbook staff IOL
May Queen Court IOQ Y-Teens II, I25 Senior Play.
MIRIA M BERNICE RISSMILLER
JUDITH MARIAN ROLLER
3400 Perkiomen Avenue
"Judy", . , our class beauty. . .faithful correspondent to Danny. . . see
her at the Minuit Meal during the surnnier. . .never seen withtwutan
infectious grin, . . sweet disposition. . .the future willseeher as a coin-
Cheerleader IOg Hockey IO, Ilg Band IIQIZQ Y-Teens 11,125 Senior
Class Play, Prompter.
2603 Cutnherland Avenue
"Txluriel". . . always late to schoo1...YX1rs. Waughop. . .incessant gig-
gler. . .Ohl That tiny waistline. . . hahysitting ncct ies nia'-' of
Y- leans Il, 125 Senior Playgllshercttc IIgChOl'k15 Ilg Male. -Llp C.i:.J
MARY ANN ROTHENBERGER
Stony Creek Mills
"Mary Ann"...enjoys sports...bleached hair and conceited people
don't rate with this gal, but Pontiac's do. . .pals around with Kate...
occupies Penn Alma Treasurer's seat in front hall.. .Kresge's. . .her
sundaes are droolbait.
Y-Teens IO, llg Commercial Club IIQ Penn Alma Treasurerg Chorus
IO: Penn Post Staff, Typist 125 Usherette I2pIL1I1i0l' Play, Prompter.
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MARY JOAN RUPPERT
Stony Creek Mills R.D. I
"Mary Ioan". . .sweet disposition. . .book browser. . .frequently seen
at the movies. . . likes everything green but spinach. . . sports enthusiast
. . .forthcoming years will find Mary Ioan as an efficient office -worker.
Jr. Commercial Club Ilg Art Club IO: Exeter Echo IO: Y-Teens rr.
BARBARA ANN SEELIG
3335 Perkiomeon Avenue
"Barbara". . .likeable gal who came to us from New Jersey. ..knits
her own socks. . . part owner of the blue chevie. . .Y-Teens minutes
taker. . . crazy about horses in any size, shape, or color. . :looks to a
LibraryClub IO, I I, I2g Y-Teensll, l2gSecretary 123 Pem1 Post, Head
Typist II, I2g Basketball IO5 Penn Almag Service Club IZ: Camera
NORA RUTH SCHWEITZER
"Nora" . . . trademark ----- earrings. penetrating giggle fashion
able hair style. . . fond of the Armed Forces pleasing soprano force
Chorus II, 125 Iuuior Asscmblyg Class Committees Il I2
ROBERT C. SEFFING
265 Friensburg Road
"Rock" . . . what a haircut. . .ever hear his laugh?. . .listen my children
and you may hear the putt-putt of his motor scooter.. .strike-out
pitcher. . .we won'tever forget his fuschia shirt. . .will carry his sum-
mer job of surveying into a lifetime job.
Baseball lO, II, I2g Basketball, baseball, and soccer manager IO: Class
Committees IO, II, I
"Bob", , .jet driver.. .impressive rea der. . .Penn Alma Staff.. .
thoughtful eyes. . .a rebel at heart.. .knows how a car runs.
Band Il,I2g Marching Band 11,125 Camera Club rtg Penn Alma.
RONALD E. SEIDEL
3553 Jacksonwald Avenue
DAVID D. SHANER
33 West 33rd Street
"Dave . .his lanky body is usually slouching somewhere. . .proudly
claims a shiny new Plymouth.. .very aptly played the blustering Mr.
Dodge. . .this guy's a joker. . .every gal's boy friend. . .Miss Anderson's
Band to, II, 12gDance Band Io, r I, t2gOrchestra IOQ Senior Class Play.
ANNE L. SHERMAN
31 North 25th Street
"Anne". . . personality plus. . .checks and double checks assignments
for Penn POSI. . . N.H.S .... yearns to be a doctor's wife. . .spare time
is spent knitting a cashmere sweater.. .constantly improving her vo-
cabulary. . .Martin and Lewis fan.
Y-Teens IO, Il, 12g Service Chairman II, X25 Service Club 9, Io, 1 1,
I2g Penn Post II,I2g Editor Il,I2g National Honor Society II,l2g 1
President II: Class Treasurer IOQ Homeroom Vice President II: Home- '
roomSecretary125SeniorPlaygCheerleader1ogPennAlmag Chorus IO: 1 1
IntramuralSpo1tsgClassCommittees11, l2g Hockey IO, II: Volleyball
301 West 37th Street
"Dan". . .big balloon man around town... sharp dresser. . .seen with
Art in the blue chevie,, ,those typewrilten love notes. ..faithful to
the Abe Lincoln.. .future fly-boy.
Camera Club IO: Basketball II: Homeroom President II: Intramural
Sports IIQ Class Committees II, I2.
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THOMAS R. SNYDER
Stony Creek Mills
"Tommy" . . .ardent Dodger fan. . . "wa it till next year". . .everybody's
friend. . .give him food. . . those long walks home. . .will soon be at
war with the Army.
Basketball IOQ Soccor IO: Hi-Y IOQ Class Assembly I0,II, IZ: Track
llg Intramural Sports 11, I2Q Chorus 12.
"John", , , the boy with the flashing smile, , , Tommy Dorsey prodigy, , ,
usually seen in a black chcvie, , , sharp dresser, , , school and John are
inseparable, , , future man in blue,
HARRY FRED STEPHAN
Stony Creek Mills
"Steff", , ,the guy with a yen for the St. Louis Cards, , , "Dolores", ,,
one of the gang from Heb's, , , quiet girls and the color yellow are his
favorites. . . hot rods just don't rate with him, , ,he hears Uncle Sam
Soccer 10, ll: Basketball IO: Baseball IOQ Class Committees 12,
JOHN D, SWAVELY
Stony Creek Mills
and 10. ll. 12pClass Committees 11. l2:Hi-Y 10:Dance Band 11,
2g Junior and Senior Assemblies,
PAUL F, TOALDO, JR.
Birdsboro R, D, 2
"Paul". . .winning smile, , ,lends his talent to the Penn Criers. .,
interested in science, , , tumbling enthusiast, , , perhaps we'll see him
in his own laboratory someday,
Science Club 103 County Chorus IO: Chorus 11, 123 Penn Criers 11:
Music Club II.
KATHLEEN M. WEAVER
"Kate" . . . keeper of the Y-Teen funds.. .those sumnxer camping trips
inthe Poconos. . . "Frank". . . naturalcurly locks.. .incessant talker. . .
live-wire. . .our gift to the Waves.
Basketball IOQ Hockey lO,ll,I25 Baseball 105 Gym Exhibition IO5
May Queen Court 105 Athletic Club IO5 Usherette II, 125 Penn Post
Typist ll, 125 Y-Teens IO,ll, 125 Program Chairman IO5 Treasurer
l25 Class Committees IO, 11, 12.
CORRINE RUTH WITTERS
Stony Creek Mills
'Corrine". . .easy to get along with.. .golden locks. . .full of fun. ..
enjoys any discussion about baseball...one of the gang from Stony
Creek. . .future in the business world.
Current Events Club II: Class Committees II.
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Stony Creek Mills
"Betty Jane" . . .our latest addition. . sports fiend secretarial ambr
tions. . .hails from Reading High. . .those Juicy 3 inch steaks!
Basketball 10, 115 Volleyball IO5 Penn Alma Staff
FERN ELAINE WURMAN
527 North 25th Street
"Fernie", , , pretty and petite. . . willnever be forgotten for her Oscar
winning performance as Tootie, , ,lovely soprano, , , those days at
the "Farm", , , willing to do anything for anyone.. .Y-Teen worker.
Basketball Manager IOL Y-Teens IO, ll, 12: Service Chairman 10,
Social Chairman 12, County Chorus to, ll, I2gAssemblies IQ, II,
125 Chorus 10. ll, I2: Music Club ll: National Honor Society 123
Service Club I2g Penn Post ll, 12p Associate Editor: Penn Alma
Feature Editor, District Chorus ll, 12: Junior Town Meeting 12,
Junior and Senior Plays, Choralaires 11, 12,
CLAIRE ANN YEAGER
2440 Fairview Avenue
"C1aire"... blonde hair, blue eyes and dimples. . . sports, witty re-
marks at the slightest notice, , , her fondness fo! men exceeds all, , ,
extensive vocabulary, , . this gal really rates the dates, , , forthcoming
years will find her as a secretary for an import, export firm,
Hockey ro. II. 12, Basketball ro. ll: Volleyball ro, ll: Cheer-
leading 10, ll, 12: Co-Ed Volleyball ll, l25 Y-Teens IO, II, 12:
Class Committees Il, l.2g Chorus IOQ County Chorus IO.
JANET ANN YEAGER
511 Friedensburg Rd.
"Ian", , . lass with the argyles, , , Y-Teen Prexie, , ,majors in school
activities, , , her manjohnny. . . "Locker Girl", , , popular with every-
one. . .chief record provider for dances,
Y-Teens 10, II, 124 Vice-President IO, Presidentg National Honor
Society, Basketball IO. ll, 125 Co-Captain IO, Manager 11, 12:
Service Club 12gSoftba1l IOQ Volleyball to, 11gAssemb1ies to, 11,
I2g Chorus to, II, 123 Choralaires ll, 12: Cheerleader io, II:
Hockey Manager l2: Class Officer IO: Penn Alma Co-Editor, Penn-
side Parrot Co-Editor, Penn Post Girls'Sports Editor II, I2: Dr8rr1aIiC
Club II: Senior Play, Majorette ro, Intra-Mural Sports ro, 11, 12:
Class Committees ro, 11. 12: Debating to: Cvunty Chorus ro.
BRUCE D YOUNC
2545 Perluome Il Avenue
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pleasantmemorywhachwe shall always cherush We shall never forget The precuous days
we have spenfafMf Penn Hugh School To us they were days of hard work fun fnlled
hours and endurnng friendships Our paths of llfe may be diverging buf we shall al
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June 1952 we can now be called the proudalumnae our days at Mt Penn are un
the past but we re taking pleasant memories wu th us
September 1946 luttle seventh graders we were confused but happy thrulled
by the thought of saying hello to a mughty senuor thus was the begunnung of our school
Freshmen we were proud to bear that tutle the fun fulled basketball games be
tween Mt Penn Pennsude and Exeter were the beginning of many long fruendshups w
began to thunk of the courses we would take un the remaunung three years of hugh school
Tenth grade bug sophomores Latun ll Algebra Biology snap courses? he
furst bug dance our Soph Hop Pennsude Exeter and Mt Penn combined for a tre
'nendous time remember those balloons that excutung play-off game between Penn
sude and Exeter Bertue Angstadt looked lovely as Exeter s May Queen the Pennsude
students shed many tears at the Farewell Assembly and Exeter students did the same at
theur graduation but we happuly looked forward to the comung two years at Mt Penn
We all met at M P H S un September 1950 as proud lunuors and what a uunuor
year ut was' ummeduately we chose our class offucers Don Collins president, Skip
Addison vuce president, Mumu Keutz secretary, Glorua oubson treasurer we wasted
no time un choosing our class colors blue and whute soon we received our class rungs
and hats un March we produced Clementine ut was a smash hut Mumu Keutz was
JackueAugeldunger s decorations were out of thus world our dance was saud to be one of
the prettuest un the school shustory then ut happened June report cards we now be
SENIORS our last year at M P H S we agaunelected a cabinet Donwas agaun
president, Dawn Adams vuce president, Marulyn Morrison secretary, and Glo agaun re
ceuved her uob as treasurer M et Me un S Lo the cast dud a marvelous lob
the play was claumed as one of the best and we were proud to have presented ut our
soccer team won theur duvusuonal championship the gurlswon both hockey and basketball
champuonshups our class placed George Conrad s and Ron Pusano s names un our sports
hall of fame the boys basketball team played excellenfgames losung two heart breakung
games to K Town our Mud Wunter funal exams the bug moment the thought of
our funal departure from Mt Penn Hugh was un our munds our Senior Prom the fun
during and after the Prom Commencement .we were goung out unto the world to seek
our fortunes the excutement of receuvung our duplomas was checked by the thought of say
ung good byes howoften wull we see each other after Graduation? thuswas ut don t
forget one another our days un hugh school wu II never be forgotten because of our wonderful
fruends and teachers St dent days havef nd t morue C d here we sta d
we hung up our class hats and turned un our books Farewell Mt Penn . we ll always
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FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: LynellBlankunbiller, Stephen Cliuran, Connie Fessler, Shirley Fick, Nancy Faust,
Janice Burkhart, Martha Aichcr, Dorothy Bliesailr, Gayle Gunse-mer, Donald Baer, Grant Aulcribaclr. SECOND ROW:
David Fchr, Roger Brown, Par Hafcr, Par Sc-iz, Barbara Ge-hrlw, P.irBaer, Janice For-in, Daisy. Craze, GaylcB1cber,
Kenneth Fischer, Paul Feldman. THIRD ROW: Di-gk Gorslrall, George Boyer, Carrnie Graburt, Julin Carnpfruld, Miles
Bossler, Robe-rt Garrcrr, Ronnie Frecd, Barry Bingarnan, David Diener. PRESIDENT, David lfehrq VICE-PRESIDENT,
Ronald Srnileyg SECRETARY, Reba Reeserg TREASURER, Nancy Yoder.
The Junior Class of '52 is a capable and active group of students, many of which, are out-
standing in school activities and scholarship. We all feel that this Senior Class to be will do o
great iob in l953. To this, the Class of '53, we wish the same good times and pleasant memories
that we have been fortunate enough to know.
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FIRST ROW, LEFT 'IO RIGHT: Mgr r--. Brumb ch, Img' Gruff, Jrege Hefcr, Jruu Ixlycre, Mr1ryA.I1ge H.r1r1, Pdrry In
JUIIIISILJII, Lrfrurm NL-5, Emmy Lou Pwsx. Iu5uc Knuchllc. Ilre-lure: Gro11.is. SECOND ROW: Clrrirc Power, IXILIIIIIII
Pu1ursor1,Sl11rIcy Hulr1.1r1,fxI.rrg,iu Prurr u, Mary Lorl Klmk, Shmrlg. Orizfm, Mdrgm Heller, Mae- Ozrrmrl, Sy.vi.I Krug,
Gurdon HAIIIIIOIIIU. THIRD ROW: B111 LOUIIIZIS, Eldme Prunm, Henry Nauman. FOURTH ROW: Kem Boyer, George
101105. Marvm Newphmr, ShrrIcyHcrl1in:ker, Arlene Imus, Roger L.m1nur, Bruue HQIZITIJII, P.1II-Iagmayer, June Mock,
KermetI1Kicbach, Phrijacobs, B111 Grace.
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FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Leon Schadlor, Richard Stadolniuycr, Jidllullu' Riiz, Shirlcy Snyc--r, Ioan Smith, Lucy
May Trout, Reba Recser, Nancy Rapp, Phyllis Lillharr, John Rishoill, Floyd Shade. SECOND ROW: Ronnld Smiley,
David Woidnur, Carol Snyder, Gnylc Sands, Vivian Stieff, Gcraldino Shaffor, Shirley Soidel, Dcloros WL'lllZC1
Nancy Yoder, Esihcr Slnmb, ArihnrSe-chrisi, William Rcmlcy, THIRD ROW: Charles Shaw, Clarih Shannon, Rodnu
Reeder, Bruce Ruioh, Donald Weidner, Jack Lloglur, Donald Sciz, John Tlbbeis, Thomas Waliors. Allhlll'SCC1l2L
Ronald Spnhler. MISSING ARE: Peggy Shank, Neil Singloy, Kay Urfpurniali.
FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Barry Dcglcr, Cylde Kauffman, Barbara Hafer, Eleanorc Dawkins, Patti Kieffer,
Sally Freed, Cynthia Barlnick, Sam Heiser, Ronnie Daughuy. SECOND ROW: Charles Gower, Gerald Keller. Jane
Dowd, jane Kilpatrick, Mary Ann Hollingswnrlh, Joan Kilpatriek, Haro1ynLustig. RoberrAIt, Robert Fasshauer.
THIRD ROW: David liryrnoycr, Barry Landy, Donald Bauer, Doris Breidegam, Nancy Diefenderfer, George Beissel,
Edward dc Merlier, John Brrrusr. FOURTH ROW: Mr. Wemzcl. PRESIDENT. Sam Heiscr, VICE-PRESIDENT, Cynthia
Barnickg SECRETARY-TREASURER, Marlene Pisano.
FIRST ROW:PeLcr Wilkis, Marlene Pisano, Mary Allll Neiu, Mary Al'lllSlll'd1.'l', Mr. Drriirrorc, Juckir- Wiriicrs, Marci
S1ur11p, Sally Parikoxnski, Barry Sioss. SECOND ROW:Cl11irWillif1ms, P.111lRccsQr. Fgr1iS11.1d1. -1111121 Nuricr, Grwrsid
Mull, Shirley Miller, l-lubcrrli Young, Jack Sargeqrii, Kcllll-glllShLiCli1Cf,'. THIRD ROW: Daxiu Riumiuk, Audrey lily-rs
Wilma ldceser, Ellen Pererson, Stuart Scverns, Shirley Lieglcr, Lcitl1SowdurS, R0x.1n11c M1a11.1sor1, Ro11.1ld Young.
i-IRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Giivrgnie Eiwrz, Kimi Hngnw. Eiiiih Ang, Dunnn Hoilingsisoriii, Lynorii Fiin-:her
NiJrvDiBiii5i.Do1orc5 Hi-n..i.ig, Pam BL-inn, Ninicx' lngiiiini, 5LL,OND ROW:EIhu1F1Ck,Rmnat. Bi-1idQr,ButtyGriffin,
IQU51uI'Hgi'i'Dc1i1, Dori: BL-nie, fmioii. Balnigiri. Tirri Jacobs. Biiriiara Hirniiu, Niincl. Grub, THIRD ROW: Teddy
fibiln, Lu- Cuiiin. Rvbert Johnson, Phillip Heffcifingcr, Louis Andre,
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FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Ray Winters, Roberr Reirz, Jiieqneline Rohrbneli, Barblra Rcirz, Bonnie Jo Keys,
Patsy Siuber, Mary Sniirli, Barry Lindermnili, Calvin Triexel. SECOND ROW: Rex fxlerxine, Glenn Lessig, Lee
Pfleger, Joan Young, lxlarlies Kropp, Shirley Manwiller, Liiwrence Wolfe, CharlesTho1ri.is, Rudy Mervine. THIRD
ROW: Roberi Rlieni, Joseph Zoridlo, Rothwell Lutz, Samuel Perscli, Gerald Noll, Jael. Srnber, Janies Shousral, Ray
Keniinerer, Carl Stripe, William Ludwig. PRESIDENT, Robert Rheing VICE-PRESIDENT, Rodger I-lerbeing SECRET KRY-
TREASURER, Bonnie Keys.
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FIRST RUW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Peggy Ann Hartcr, Robert Harris, Beth Holzwarth, Pauline Delp, Catherine Holling-
worth, Raydel Hcpncr, Loretta Deppen, Joan Brown, Barbara Hawk, Rosann Miller, Stewart Bryant, Margery Clauser.
SECOND ROW: Ray Miller, Rudolph Letsche, James Ennis, Jay Miller, Jean Frich, Joan Mock, JeanHinnershitz, Edmond
Komlodi, Jesse Kieffer, Kenneth Barth, James Delvlerlier, Mr. Miller. THIRD ROW: Merril Marisseau, Alvin Binkley,
Ernest Harland, Sonja Lease, Jean Brcidegani, Norman Hinnershitz. Judy Heller, DorisBrooks, Russel Hotzman, Richard
Ecenrode, Donald Frymoyer, Paul Mock.
FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Robert White, George Spracklin, Marvin Quay, Joanne Stuebner, Shirley Snyder.
Carolyn Sweitzer, Gladys Schaeffer, Emma Noll, Barbara Schmeck, David Reeder, Melvin Smith. SECOND ROW:
Elizabeth Thomas, Shirley Yoder, Mary Ann Reinsel, Gerald Werner, Gene Stuber, lrvin Noll, Paula Williams,
Allegra Yoder, Janet Sweitzer. THIRD ROW: Zara Powers, Louise Stump. Thelma Wood, Irvin Sandridge, Karl
Oberhauser, Jacqueline Richard, Blanche Strause. Joyce Wood. PRESIDENT, Merrill Marisseaug VICE-PRESIDENT,
Gene Stuberg SECRETARY-TREASURER, Barbara Hawk.
FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Richard Gelsinger, Dennis Fredriksen, Eddie Blekicki, Robert Echenberg, Joan Blum,
Martha Evans, Margaret Abelrt, Miles Dechant, Richard DeLong, Thomas Johnston, David Frey. SECOND ROW: Ed-
uraro Freese, Joanne Bearrrenderfer, June Delp, June Grim, Sheila Glasner, Beth Hunsberger, Joeyln Borelli, Shirley
Hunsberger, Barbara Hill, Donald Erdrrran. THIRD ROW: Oscar Ficl-4, Kay Hfrrflicker, Vincent Baer, Charles Alliss.
Dolores Blankcnbiller, Beverly Ebert, Barry Bates, David Fick. FOURTH ROW: Gene Frey, George Holzwarth, John
Czarnecki, Anastasia Angelas, Carol Flanagan, Nancy Beck, Evelyn Eifert, Margaret Garber, Albert Haas, Warren
Fick. 7th SECTION I: PRESIDENT. Nancy Beckg VICE-PRESIDENT, Richard DeLongg SECRETARY, Carol Flanagan.
7th SECTION 2: PRESIDENT, Albert Hassg VICE-PRESIDENT, Kay Herflickerg SECRETARY. Beth Hunsberger.
Most of these eager, hard-working scholars met for the first time when they entered the
strange halls last September. But after learning their way around, they shared many experiences
which will add to pleasant memories in '57 when they say, "Farewell" to those friendly halls.
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Schwanbach, Carol Smith, Yvonne Sweitzer, Barry Yoder, Sandra Kunkle, Mary Lou Reinert, Richard Unger. SECOND
ROW: Thomas Yetto, William Robertson, Mary Yetto, Carol Wilson, Barbara Moyer, Janelle Reed, Carole Peterson
Susan Shoustal, Rodney Schockley, Donald Schildt. THIRD ROW: James Pfleger, Glenn Snyder. FOURTH ROW
Michael Ruthowski, Larry Kline, Alfred Richard, Willington Richards, Gale Smith, Patsy Sauders, Patsy Ziegler
James Thomas, Patsy Tolland, Richard Kline, Stephen Wiener. PRESIDENT, Rodney Schockleyg VICE-PRESIDENT
Patsy Souders, SECRETARY-TREASURER, Brenda Ullman.
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FIRST ROW, LEFT TU RIGHT1Cyntl11a Barrnxcrr, Parry Jn Jonnsron, Jane Groff, Lynne Angszadl, Betty Drlla'
plnne, Glorm Lawrence, Anne Sherman, Fern Wurrnan, janet Yeager, SECOND ROW: Dolores Gross, Wilma
Rrcscr, Georgia Mull, jane Dcwald, David Rurnscl, Jack Lregler, james Forsht, Heinz Naurnan, Dawn Adams,
lNl1l'i3IIlK6llL, Emmy Lou Post, Peter Hirsch,
The National Honor Society is one oF the few groups in the school
which tries to preserve the qualities of: scholarship, leadership, service,
and character. lt is a society with high ideals and high morals. lt picks
its members cautiously, and when one receives a notice of acceptance,
it is a time for great rejoicing. All ofthe members feel proud to bear the
symbol of -the flaming torch, and serious and solemn initiation takes place
whenever new members are elected.
FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: David Reinsel, Barbara Seelig, Gloria Lawreiiuu, Fern Wnrrnan, Anne Sliernian,
Jane Graff, Janet Yeager, Nancy Grube, David Fehr. SECOND ROW: Claire Yeager, Jnarp Keiiiielly, Ieinielle
Reed, lx1areiaStunip, Judy Heller, Janet Gibstein, Allan Gibslein, Jane Dewalrl, Margie Pearce, llnberta Yniing
Peggy Harrer, Albert Haas, Kathleen Weaver, Mary Ann Rotlienberger,
The outstanding literary publication of the school has been made possible by these able
staff members. We wish to express our very deepest gratitude to those who gave up their time
to enable this to have been an outstanding year for the Penn Post. Although many of our past
editorials were not taken too seriously, they were meant in all sincerity.
FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Jane Graff, Inter-Club Represenzativeg Fern Wurman, Social Chairmang Anne Sher-
man, Service Chairmang Mimi Kciiz, Worship Chairman, Dawn Adams, Program Chairman. SECOND ROW: Connie
Fessler, Music Chairman, Barbara Seelig, Sccreraryg Janet Yeager. President, Kate Weaver, Publicity Chairman.
UPPER LEFT: Miss Kitzmrllerg UPPER LEFT: Mrs. Edsall.
Every other Wednesday at 3:15 in Room '34, you will find these girls planning the Y-Teen
meetings. With the help of Mrs. Edsall and Miss Kitzmiller, their advisors, they prepare the
programs and service projects for the year.
Gail Gensemer, Vice-President, is absent from the picture.
FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Hubie Young, Joan Meyers, Kate Weaver, Fern Wtirman, Lucy Trout, Loretta Ncy,
Janet Yeager, Jean Stnith, Mary Ann Snyder, Jackie Winters, Barbara Rissmiller, Barbara Rice. SECOND ROW: Emmy
Lou Post, Fern Shade, Margie Pearce, Evelyn Rush, Phyllis Zillhart, Gayle Sands, lady Roller, Reba Reeser, Jeanette
Ritz, Nancy Yoder, Marcia Stump, Ellen Rceser, Elaine Picnta, Nancy Rapp, Barbara Scelig, THIRD ROW: Mary
Ann Ncin, Georgia Mull, Marilyn Peterson, Joan McGrath, Anne Sherman, Muriel Ropiski, Shirley Liegler, Ellen
Peterson, Pat Seiz, Wilnza Ricscr, Roxanne Monoson, Claire Yeager.
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FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mary Lou Klink, Mary Ann Hollingsworth, Sally Freed, Patty Jo Johnston, Mary Hain,
Patti Kieffer, Joyce Knectle, Shirley Hare, Martha Aicher, Harolyn Lustig, Cynthia Bartnick. SECOND ROW: Shirley
Griffin, Connie Fessler, Eleanor Klink, Mary Alice Lewis, Rosalie Byble, Gloria Lawrence, Dawn Adams,Gayle
Genscmer, Mimi Keitz. THIRD ROW: Mary Lou Folk, Pat Hafcr, Pat Hagrnayer, Shirley Jerflicker, Helen Lubas,
Pat Griffin, Ann Fasic, Barbara Gehrke, Jackierligeldinger, Pat Baer, Nancy Diefenderfer, Jane Dowd, Joan Kennedy.
FIRST ROW: Mark Brumbacli, David Reinsel, Rodney Reeder, Howard Angstadt, James Forsht, Mr. Wearne,
SECOND ROW: Pcrer Hirsch, Sammy Heiser, Barry Landy, David Felir, Jack Zeigler, PauiFe1dman, William
Rernlcy, David Diener, Robert Jackson.
This organization, sponsored by the Kiwanis Club, is made up of a select group of boys,
who are chosen by the faculty and club members. Their president, Rodney Reeder, works hand
in hand with Mr. Wearne, the faculty advisor. The Key Club sponsors many ofthe school
activities and organizations.
FIRST ROW, LEl 'I' TO RIGHT: Wilnia Reeser, Marlene Pisano, Jacqueline Winters, liern Wnrnian, Joan Nldirzitli,
Jane Graff, Ellen Peterson, Mary Ann Snyder, Sl1irleyGriffcn, Janet Yeager, Gordon Hantliorn. SECQUND ROW:
Dawn Adams, Patricia Baer, Anne Slierinan, Mr. Urcishacli, faculty advisor, Anne Fasif, lark Sergeant, tjliar-
les Gower. MISSING FROM PIC'I'llRE ARE THE FOLLOWING: Barbara Scclig, HarolynLi1stig, Martlia Airlier,
"Sorry the hot dogs are all sold." "No, you can't get in free yet!" These statements are
often heard from members of the service club.
The refreshment division proudly speaking from behind their new sales booth, or from the
ticket division encamped at all available entrances to the school to collect money, tickets,
and check the numbers of the free passes.
These boysancl girls who give up spectator rights to partot each game can easily be iden-
tified by their new orange and black arm bands decorated with the Mt. Penn Service Club
The Funds collected from the sale of refreshments are being put into a special account
toward the purchase of an electric organ for the school.
Many thanks to the hardworking members ofthe service club who will take their reward
in a well-deserved trip this spring.
Gayle Gense nier .
FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Roxanne Monoson, Barbara Hafer, Jane Kilpatrick, Gloria Lawrence, Patricia
Yerger, Mr, Sliaretts, faculty advisor, Kathleen Weaver, Gloria Gibson, Cyntliia Bartnick, Sliirley Hare, SEC-
OND ROW: Sally Pankowski, Audrey Myers, Marilyn Peterson, June Howard, Audrey Flsclier, Geraldine Gcrliart,
Gayle Sands, Sylvia Crug.
FIRST ROW, SEATED: Femwurman, janetYeager, MiriamKeitz, Barbara Rissmiller. SECOND ROW: Gayle Nonne-
macher, Gloria Gibson, Marilyn Morrison, Dawn Adams, Anne Sherman, Muriel Ropiski, Don Collins. THIRD
ROW: Allan Gibstein, Lowrie Mervine, Thomas Eshelman, David Shaner, Lyle Peltan, James Forsht.
These are the people who presented "Meet Me in St. Louis". This wonderful play was
directed by Mr. Claude W. Dundore.
Fern Wurman will never be forgotten for biting Dave Shaner's leg. "l got the other one",
"Don't come in Monday morning", "l hate, loathe, despise, abominate, and abhor John
Shephard" are the lines which we shall never forget.
After weeks of strenuous rehearsals and memorizing lines, the cast came through with
flying colors. When it was all over the play wasa success, the cast still retained the
wonderful memories of the good times enioyed at the rehearsals. fhey worked hard, and their
work was not in vain.
Orchids to them for their magnificent interpretation of "Meet Me in St. Louis".
l'lRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Marvin Quay, Barbara Reita, Donald Erdman, Ioelyn Borelli, Mary Ann Hol-
lingsworth, Sally Freed, Marcia Stump, Ray Winters, Nancy Ruth, Ioan Seyfert. SECOND ROW: Lucy Trout,
Barry Lindcrmuth, Mary Ann Nein, Huberta Young, Rothwell Lutz, Robert Johnson, Sammy Heiser, George
Hallsworth, Rudolph Letchie, Richard Unger. THIRD ROW: Judy ROUEI. El92lF10l'Klif1li. N2lUCy Diefenderfer, Mary
Ann Reinsel, Mary Kropp, Nancy Grube. Jane Dewald, Miriam Keitz, Jack Rishell, Carl Stripe, Mr. Levan.
FOURTH ROW: Percival Richardson, Donald Allison, William Remley, Clair Powers, Marjorie Heller, Emmy
Lou Post, Mark Brumbach, Robert Seffirig, Dolores Wentzel, Shirley Herflicker, Kay Herflicker, Edouard de
Merlier. FIFTH ROW: Thomas Eshelman, Lyle Felton, David Reinsel, David Shaner, David Fehr, Jack Zeigler,
Paul Feldman, David Frymoyer, David Deaner, Charles Niethammer, Winfield Lease.
One of the largest and most loyal organizations in the school is the band. Besides play-
ing for basketball games the band also performs for such organizations as the Kiwanis and
Rotary Clubs. ln the spring the band gives its own concert. Cur band is a valuable asset to
the school .
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FIRST ROW Terryjacobs Betty Grlffln Dons Beane Nancy Joder Peggy Harter Rosalle Bybel Patrlcra Selz
SECOND ROW Patrlcla Hagmayer Shirley Grlffm Dolores Gross Elaine Plenta THIRD ROW Jane Kilpatrick
Joyce Knechtle Bonme Keys Gayle Sands Joan Kllpatrlck
When the orange and black came out on the floor at the half time of our home basket
ball games these girlswere the lucky ones to bear the school colors Wrth thenrbaton twrrllng
d b ht banners the made us proud to acknowledge our Alma Mater They were nore
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FIRST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT Marx Lou Khnk Conme Fessler Pamlo Johnston SECOIND ROW Margue Pearce
Marilyn Morruson Claure Yeager
Cheer cheer for old Mt Penn Hughl At every basketball game you ll hear these gurls
leadung the team to vuctory In vuctory or defeat they keep cheerung and the crowd yells along
th th m Theur smules and hugh spuruts kept our hopes hugh through all the games Theur cap
taun Marulyn Morruson dudafune 'ob un leadung the gurls Well done echoes the student body
Jumor Varsutuu Cheerleaders
KNEELING LEFT TO RIGHT Georgua Mull Mary Ann Nem SECOND ROW Mary Ann Snyder Bonnue Keys
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Junior Dramatic Club
FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Ray Winters, Miles Dcchanr, Sheila Glassner, Nancy Lou Grube, Bonnie Keyes, Mary
Kropp, Suzanne Lucas, Richard DeLong, Dennis Frcderickson. SECOND ROW: Carol Wilson, Susan Shoustal, Janelle
Reed, Martha Evans, Beth Hunberger. Barhara Hunter, JoeylnBore1li, Brenda Ullman, Barbara lxioyer. THIRD ROW:
Marlies Kropp, Doris Beane, Mary Ann Rcinsel. FOURTH ROW: Lee Cohn, Georgia Ebert, Barbara Ritz, Bobby Rhcin,
Louis Andre, Barry Bates, Ann Angelos, Pat Soudcrs, John Czarnecki.
A new club has taken shape under the dramatical guidance of Miss Wentzel .
This club includes seventh, eighth, and ninth grades who molded their talents into three
plays which were given through out the year in assemblies.
Senior Library Club
FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT:Jackie Winters, Jane Kilpatrick. Marcia Stump, Marilyn Peterson, Olympia Ganikon,
Sally Freed, Mary Ann Hollingsworth. SECOND ROW: Huberra Young, joan Kilpatrick, Jack Sargeant, Roxanne
Monoson, Ellyn Peterson, Charles Gower, Barbara Hater, Barbara Seelig. PRESIDENT, Marilyn Peterson, VICE-
PRESIDENT, Olympia Ganikon, SECRETARY-TREASURER, Marcia Stump.
Under the sponsorship of Mrs. Mack, our Senior Library Club takes an active interest in
the welfare ofthe school. The members give willingly of their time to carry on such activi-
ties as arranging our bulletin boards and show cases, and acting as librarians in place of Mrs.
The Senior Library Club is an active member in the Teen Age Library Club Association.
This organizationismacle up ofall the library clubs in the country. Let us all wish the Senior
Library Club the best of luck in their splendid work.
Junior library Club
FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Martha Evans, Carole Peterson, Joan Blum, Sheila Glassner, Georgine Ebert, Bonnie
Keys, Barbara Hunter, Suzanne Lucas, Beth Hunsberger, Shirley Snyder. SECOND ROW: Lenora Fancher, John Czar-
necki, Joyce Wood, Edith Auge, Barbara Hawk, Barry Bates. Joanne Stuebner, Emma Noll, Janelle Reed, Cathy
Hollingsworth, Barrie Lindermuth, Richard DeLong. THIRD ROW: Ruth Beissel, Kay Huges, Renate Bender, Marliez
Kropp, Ethel Fick, Sonja Leese, Paula Williams, Joan Young, Zara Power, Mary DiBlasi. PRESIDENT, Bonnie Keysp
VICE-PRESIDENT, Polly McMichael--absent from pictureg SECRETARY-TREASURER, Georgine Ebert.
Our thanks to the club for their faithful service in the library at noon and after school.
These seventh, eighth, and ninth graders, under the pleasant leadership of Mrs. Mack
have given of their spare time to serve to the best of their ability, so as to satisfy our needs.
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FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Nancy Beck, Martha Evans, Dolores Blankenbiller, Christine Swsyer, Sonia Lcese,
Gayle Smith, Paula Williams, Janet Gibstein, Polly McMichael, Judith Heller, Jean Fricli, Barbara Moyer,
Patricia Souders, Susan Shoustal. SECOND ROW: Rudolph Letchie, Marvin Quay, Patricia Zeigler, Beth Hollis-
worth, Joan Seifert, AnnAngelos, Marge Yetto, Loretta Deppen, Kay Herflicker, Margaret Harter, Alegra Yoder,
Yvonne Switzer, Marisseau. THIRD ROW: Jesse Kieffer, Edmund Kombodc, Mary AnnReir1sel, Carol Wilson,
Joanne Stubner, Marcia Stump, Carol Smith, Joan Brown, Shirley Snyder, Barbara Hawk, Kathy Hollingsworth,
Suzanne Lucas, Janelle Reed, Barbara Hunter, Beth Huntzberg, Wellington Richards.
The Junior Chorus, under The capable direction of Mr. Claude W. Dundore, again gave
the Senior Chorus much keen competition. They can be heard, regularly, hard af work in
room l4. Applause to these young songbirdsl
llfi l lil Eilrllllz Xlr. John me-itnrrh, lllmrles Umm-r, lil-rliiei, Slmuklr-y, Ronald Yuzlng, Vcrur Hirsen, Charles
These hard-working, behind-the-scene lads are always to be found when there is a job to
be well done. "Good things always come in smal :Jackages." That is their motto, and how
true it is! Their willingness to help at any time is greatly appreciated by anyone who is in
dire need of their services. lf you are backstage :nd o human streak goes wizzing by you,
you'll know it is one of the efficient stage crew members fulfilling his duties. To you boys
the entire student body gives a vote of thanks.
LEFI TO RIGHT: Mr. Edward Palm, AllanGibslein, Ronald Y-twig, Lyle Pelton, Steward Severns, Charles Shaw,
Charles Gower, Percival Richardson, Kenneth Shockley, Rwnac Shackley, Lowrw Mervine.
This group is small, but they give us a lot of aleasure in the form of slides and motion
pictures. The members study cameras and motion picture equipment. We are all grateful to
this organization for their fine work and well-spec' time.
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RobertEckenberg. SECOND ROW: Edward DeMerIier, Huberra Young, Sam Heiser, Marjorie Heller, Sally Freed,
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assembly and is planning to give recita s in e rea
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Here s a bruef round up to famuluanze you wuth the sport events throughout the year of
Termed as one of the best athletuc seasons un the hustory of the school the Mountauneers
really gave us somethung to cheer about as they played a furst duvusuon funush un every sport
Let's take o bruef trup back through the year and see how our Mountauneers fared un theur
Furst we all rushed down to the athletuc fueld to fund our boaters lunung up agarnstOley s
Red Wungs on the home fueld We wereallanxuous to see lust what kund ofa team coaches Mr
Zrmmerman and Mr Buerly had molded ond were happuly surprlsed when Mt Penn emerged
vuctoruous on the long end ofa 1 O score The lune and backfueld put on a fune performance
and the team really bore down un the last quarter to score our only goal
Our second encounter wuth Mohnton was a luttle more than a practuce sessuon as we over
powered the Panthers by a 5 0 score We all got out to Mohnton and showed the boys that we
were really behund them
Followung the Mohnton encounter we engaged Readung Hugh School un a practuce duel
and showed the Ccustlemen what a real soccer team should look luke by bowlung them over by
Then came our bug game wuth Amuty and we were all hopung for a wun but the Beavers
showed us they meant busuness and we had to be satusfued wuth a scoreless tue
The contest wuth Burdsboro was a rough and ready free for-all but after the team scored a
goal un the muddle of the thurd stanza the Burds wereabeaten squad and lust for the fun of ut
the boaters added one more to make the score 2 0
In the Oley game the Mounts due to over confudence or some other dusturbance emerged
wuth theur second tue of the season We were all frughtfully dusappounted but none of us lost
hope for our next game would mean the champuonshup
On a perfect soccer Thursday Mt Penn s ance scored upon eleven squared off wuth Amuty s
hughly regarded squad There was crusp tenseness un the aur and when uhe game started we all
let off some steam Thus was the one we had to wun and the team showed grum determunatnon
un theur faces The game was an excellent one and our heads were luke rotatung planets as we
watched the ballsaul back and forth between the two goals Our backfueld and lune fought hard
but by half tume there was stull no score The thurd quarter opened wuth a score as the Beavers
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receaved a penalty kack but they faaled to score as the ball scaled over the cross bar Follow
ang thas threat the Mounts seemed lake a reauvenated team as they kept tryang to push the ball
through the Beaver s goal The thard quarter ended wath stall no score As the kack-off marked
the openang of the forth and fanal quarter everyone was wanderang as to who would wan the game
Wath about tharty seconds remaanang to beplayed the team dad some fast thankang fast foot
work and nace passangwhach resulted an a score Then there came a yell the lake ofwhach has
never been heard as we all lumped wath loy We were Central Davasaon Champsl
We had to beat Robesonaa before earnang a shot at Kutzown and so every oneput has
shoulder to the task But alas the wand was blowang the other way for Robesonaa managed to
suppress ourattack whale we couldn t quate suppress thears We lost to a good team by a one
nothang score but we proved we knew the wall to wan the way to lose
Now let s look over the results of our haghly successful basketball season The team pro
duced at Mt Penn thas year was one of the strongest an the school s hastory Wanners of twenty
of twenty three games the Mountaaneers fanashed an second place an the Central Davasaon
standangs traalang only Kutztown the perennaal county leader
We boast a scorang champaon an the person of George Conrad who broke our school season
holders of all tame The other senaor member of the startang fave sparklang Ron Pasano hung up
has Mountaaneer unaform for the last tame on February T5 after turnang an a performance that
proved to be the more brallaant of has two year career Has well earned 23 markers that evenang
gave ham possessaon of the league snumber three gunner s posataon Long and lanky Jack Zaegler
one of the three outstandang aunaor members of the farst team dropped l78 dagats and along
wath Donnae Seaz Ball Remley and Rod Reeder wall return to coach Dave Zammerman next
wunter to form the nucleus of another top notch team
Jam Forsht and Bob Jackson both two year men on the Varsaty loan Ball Maurer an round
ang out the outstandang Orange and Black club The class of 1952 has reason to be proud of the
Varsaty of nts senaor year as well as the fave of ats classmates who performed on at
As a remander let s go through a short revaew of the season We opened on the road wath
engagementsat Wernersvalle and Ontelaunee Both ended an vactoraes and gave coach Zammer
man a chance to look over has materaal The home opener agaanst Sankang Sprang was lust as
Color Day sent the Mounts to a flyang start an league play as they thumped arch raval
Muhlenberg by a 4l 30 count In the followang game we suffered our farst setback of the cam
paagn After holdang Kutztown s Cougars on even terms untal halftame hosts started to pull
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Then followed rather easy wuns over Hamburg Wyomussung Burdsboro and Boyertown all
by comfortable marguns It tookour own Alumnu to stop the wun streak and they only accomplushed
that after a spuruted hard fought battle The funal score there was 71 69
West Readung went down by thurty pounts before the Shullungton Speedboys gave us a fuve
pount scare un a good game on theur floor The schedule reached fever putch when the Moun
tauneers mauledWulson and Muhlenberg on foreugn courtswhule warmung up for the return battle
wuth the Cougars Once agaun Kutztown reugned supreme but only after the Mounts tured un the
funal quarter That vuctoryalmost assured the vusutors of the county play even at that early date
That thurd defeat proved to be the Iastsuffered by Mt Penn The remaumng nune games were
turned unto easy truumphs and brought to a futtung close one of the most successful of all our
Alma Mater s basketball seasons
The gurls of Mt Penn have had a very successful year un all sports they entered They were
undefeated un hockey and basketball Both tumes theur champuonshups depended upon defeatung
Hamburg and both tumes they proved the rught to be crowned champuons
bug chance The rught to try for the County Champuonshup Thus game was played on the Albrught
College Hockey Fueld It was a cold and butter day but thus had no affect on the gurls playung
abuluty They played luke the champuons they were and went on to defeat Hamburg 2 0 to attaun
the County Champuonshup
But the gurls had no more tume to thunk of hockey They had a basketball tutle to defend
Thus meant hard work and so once agaun the gurls went to work and by the tume the basketball
season rolled around the gurls were rarung to go Once agaun they went on to won the duvusuonal
tutle and gaun a rught to tue for the County Champuonshup
The gurls even though they mussed the presence of theur coach Mrs Lunderman played the
best game they knew how and defeated Hamburg 45 42 to claum the County Champuonshup for
the second consecutuve year
That lust about sums up the gurls sports actuvutues for the year The gurls showed wonderful
sportsmanshup throughout the year and brought the Orange and Black through wuth flyung colors
To you gurls we the students of Mt Penn say we are proud of the fune showung you have
made for your school and may your years to follow be as full of success as the year 1951 1952
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First on the agenda was hockey. The girls were undefeated in their division, then came their
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FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Barry Landy, Arthur Sechrisr, Phil Jacobs, John Campfield, William Grace. SEC-
OND Rllwg Run Smiley, Sruari Severns, Neil Singley, Ronald Young, David Romich, Mr. Bierly, coach.
The main purpose of any J. V. team is to train and develop material for the Varsity. On
the J. V.'s, one first gains the intestinal fortitude necessary to control oneself from suc-
cumbing to the taunts and catalls of the crowd. It is on the J. V. 's that one loses that last
minute tension which loses games for so many teams. Coach Bierly has done a fine and highly
commendable Iob in teaching these boys some of the finer points of the sport. The boys did
quite well for themselves and when the battle was over, Mt. Penn was solidly entrenched in
third place. The J. V. 's reallygave us some thrilling moments, by playing a good, hard, fast
brand of basketball, and theirsportsmanshipwos outstanding . With this year of basketball under
their belt, the boys should really go places next year. Good luck, fellows!
Junior High Basketball
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FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGI-IT:Louis Andre, Robert Johnson, Gene Stuber, Roger Herbein, Jack Stuber, Phillip
Hefflefinger. SECOND ROW: Richard Gilsinger, Lee Cohen, manager, William Robertson, Michael Rutowski,
Robert White, Albert Haas, Stuart Bryant, David Reeder, Dennis Fredickson, Edward Freeze, Mr. Sharadin,
The boys Junior High team finished their season with a record of 7wins and I defeat which
gave them the County Junior High Championship.
The boys played good basketball and made a fine name for Mount Penn in the younger
class sports. These are the boys who in future years will be playing on our varsity and it is on
this team that they first get a chance to exhibit their abilities.
Mr. Sharadin has done a meritous iob in teaching these boys the fundamentals of basket-
ball and has injected them with the ever-dwelling spirit of the will towin and the way to lose.
FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Donald Seiz, Barry Landy, William Grace, Ellis Edmonds, Robert Jackson, Rod-
ney Reeder, Arthur Sechrist, Paul Batasrini. SECOND ROW: Mr. Zimmerman, coach, Lyle Pelton, Roger Her-
bine, Jack Stuber, George Conrad, Don Collins, Clarence Oxenford, Perer Hirsch, Mr. Bierly, coach. THIRD
ROW: Dick Gottshall, William Remley, James Forshr, William Maurer, Gerald Eisenhauer, Ron Smiley, Phil
Jacobs, Miles Bossier, Charles Bachman.
The soccer team that represented Mt. Penn in the Berks County Central Division Soccer
League was one of the best in the short history of the sport at Mt. Penn High School.
The Mountaineers compiled an excellent record of six victories and two ties, which was
good enough to win the championship, taking nothing away from their hard fought victory
over Reading High School . Led by their two able coaches, Mr., Zimmerman and Mr. Bierly,
the squad improved with each game and by the end of the season they looked like a smooth
The Mounts played a great game against Robesonia for the Berks County Soccer Champion-
ship, only to lose a light decision, l-0. lt was a close contest all through the game and the
outcome could have gone either way.
Mt. Penn was further honored by having twoof their players named to the league's all-star
team, these being George Conrad, the team's captain, and Bill Remley crack lineman of the
squad. George Conrad was also voted the most valuable player in the league.
Congratulations to a fine group of boys who with good ability and fine spirit went all out
for the glory of the school.
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FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Delores DeTurk, Kathleen Weaver, Rosalie Bybel, Barbara Rissmiller, Barbara
Rice, Claire Yeager, Dawn Adams, Mary Lou Folk. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Linderman, coach, Shirley Ziegler,
Geraldine Shaffer, Patricia Seiz, Patricia Hagmayer, Gayle Sands, Nancy Yoder, Janet Yeager, manager,
THIRD ROW: Patricia Hafer, assistant manager, Ellen Peterson, Loretta Ney, Patty Jo Johnston, I-luberta Young,
Reba Reeser, Mary Lou Klink, Terry Jacobs, Marilyn Peterson, Shirley Griffin, manager.
The year of T951 brought to Mount Penn its First hockey championship. The girls under the
leadership of their coach, Mrs. Linderman, and co-captains, Barbara Rissmiller and Barbara
Rice, were undefeated in their division.
They then wenton to annex the county championship by defeating Hamburg 2-0. The game
was played November l9th on the Albright College Hockey Field. '
Mrs. Linderman will lose seven starting seniors through graduation. To the teams in the
future we seven graduates say the best of luck, and may you have many championships.
Girls' Varsity Basketball
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FIRST ROW, LEFT TU RIGHT: Mary Lou Volk, Slrirlcy Zciglcr, Patricia Griffin. SECOND ROW: Barbara Rcitz,
Terry Jacobs, Audrey Myers, Barbara Gehrkc, Janice Focht, Patricia Seiz, Helen Lubas, Marlies Kropp, Elaine
Pienia, Ilarhara Rice, Barbara Rissrniller, THIRD ROW: Janet Yeager, manager, Mrs. Arlene M. Linderrnarr,
coach, Shirley Griffin, assistant manager.
For the second time this year Mrs. Linderman has produced a championship team. Under
her fine coaching and under the leadership of co-captains Patricia Griffin and Mary Lou Folk
Mt. Penn's basketball team has again been crowned county champions.
The girls worked hard and long to attain this goal and we the students of Mt. Penn are
proud of them.
Mrs. Linderman will lose five senior girls, but she has a fine and capable squad of under
classmen who, we hope, will bring her championships in the future.
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