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

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5 1 a L 1 ? s v' f 2 1' E ., ,JA ,..4. -. ,M ,,5A , . ...,. .-.MU A,.. - ..4,.,. A A ,gg--1 -...s,, MT. PENN ALMA MATER tTune!'Far Above Cayuga's Waler"l Proudly waves old Mt. Penn's emblem: Black and Orange Fair Floats triumphant in the breezes, No dishonor there. Student days have fondest mem'ries: Comrades here we stand As our troth to Alma Mater Pledge we hand in hand. From thy halls, dear Alma Mater We, at length must part, But thy mem'ry shall not perish From a student's heart. Far away on lite's broad highway All shall fortune try: Still our loving heart shall cherish Thoughts of Mount Penn High! yefwzwwwf! l ' 1 1 ,iX,ef,.f,"byrw-9"-1 l'., f -ffgjdfblfzi vi AZ, 49794, AFTVJZ afrftw, ,QaL1Wy14Td!,anf14TiJ,, ' 'V T V: fyiuijxc ,i.iyz,f-f6"2 ff!Qfw0 g zAAg0A,,,?,1V Nga . 4, X f' X 6 if ,L Nxxiax S r M Nskgicmaf 5 ! rf EX 5 Q K 9 Q 'QQ 9 3 N x EDITORS Janelle Reed Warren Wgidman Advisor Mrs Robert G. Haag P' xx vi' . 3 X-5 S .fa-fr, ,Ries Yffjwi . lQ?Xi,..- t , x 0? 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It belongs to all of us, and yet it belongs to none of us . . . what words could better describe our relationship with Mount Penn High School. As we, the class of 1957, leave behind many things that were only loaned to us: the lab, the shop, the domestic science room, the auditorium and basketball court, the classrooms-yes, and the full attention of our teachers, nevertheless, we take with us the fond memories which are most certainly our own. We probably have not made any signifi- cant contributions, nor will we be remem- bered longer than any other class, but we will always be united in spirit through the strains of our Alma Mater. We thank God thatwe have had the privilege of "borrow- ing" this way ot life for the past tour years 2' '15-'ffl . -hw i We present Mount Penn as we know her- . J-. FQ-, - ,-' -':,I,:-'g' 'I' ', ' Mount Penn as we will remember her. , , "Asif X., ' -as f -ggi . J. -:mv ',: V ' " V' - 1frif-Raef-ffxr -sfxrfr .. ,:,g!'1.1. :u. +-.-f:-'-51 tt L f f- .. is . 'J 5' M-A ,. , 5 , " "'-' N.. "Gi "' "L T-9''.-9'-'fQi5"ijf?3' - Ls' " Jciif" -vi .f 4----1 f -4 ra. 1- ,fi -- - . t 'P' A -2 H59-4 flffit ' 'W' . T falzfiifffif.1fQil:a1ffffQ+iQ?fflFS-iii ,.-fu - . 2, tra-,iiffft . ,qtfuqalg Ylqw ,-7: JJ. -. ,i,5:g,s?f:51c r f 4, - - 3. iv " ' ' 'iw 'flu' rg-in -two- K F 'xx P!" W 'gf -aww ,Mu 3 i 51 65 77 78-101 102-I T7 W WM i lNDEX ........ l ....,............... ,. Page H8-HQ 4 R U4 , - ...Mgr . K x , - --M fp, he Movnf Perm-:wer Alsace M - - 3 f - - A - - .. -1., A . J 7i", 'Q . N N ,. Xe 'Fl x D .M Q1 . Q , .vw ., Ev .V , . . A . -K , k S K - A .. . H :-w.:,.,, .- ,hz 4 f 3fr,,ikZ 1.'ffLqV,L:, 4.13,:M.,,gk .fy: f. . , . X ff-Sim?-1:ik, r . k .L - , 1: ' Q ' - .- . "3 f'aa" "Wff-JMW1: 2, 'V ,awww f .. . -, ' ' fw:1e4 it ' , W, '-Vffzffwf WITH GREAT PRIDE'WE DEDICATE . . MR. DAVID S. ZIMMERMAN With great pride and sincere appreciation we dedicate the 1957 PENN ALMA to Mr. David S. Zimmermang whom we have come to know as a friend, respect as an educator, and admire as a real -person. His sin- cerity and humor have made him a personality whom we shall long remember. -four - S x . - . Q us - ff 1 Q - . . . Q g ww k . , . Q ,HQYW wg E X H x - S 5 Y ' Q K Q Q if it Q 3, X: Q, Hi is u Q A .M , . - X.k K A 3 Q - f -- QN V Q . N A 5 . Q X .x W' . N ...--. 5 X. M, x X Q ...sw -- 5 W ,QE SQ? N- k,g,Q.x,..-i .. . X- A Q.,gvmsQ gg K I S if Q ' YW? . S la K ...ww--v X g K ix Q A i R, Ki x ,qs-Nw-asv is 'WX hx . .... . .m.1..w.Ms f xqm Q x - Q77 E.,-:Nix Q , ,T .A V 'N gy A fn QNi??'3i:..1.. Qsgiwvvw g,,,,,,, .. ww ww' X,-no---W Q .. Q Q A ,......-.-Q,- h x- 3? ,.. ax x 5 t if X S x Q wx Q Nw X P X Q 5 . Q -ui 'fl il' J it 'fs - fe. 1' -'- - 'Qi A , A . x Q. Sf ..., p i - XRS "X X ,wax- X. N W-. w Nik MEMBERS OF THE BOARD ARE INTERESTED IN YOUTH Caring for the students' welfare are-Seated, left to right: Messrs. E. L. Barth, Frederick D. Gerhard, Charles L. Long, Stuart R. Keith, Judson B. Severns, Frederick McCrudden. Standing. Messrs. Joseph T. Hendrickson, Gaylord A. Crozier, George R. Eves, Douglas R. Beggs, Charles R. Lloyd. The community-minded men who make up the Board of Education are concerned with the welfare of the student. The Senior Class of 1957 would like to acknowledge their efforts in providing for the students a well-rounded educa- tional program and adequate facilities for study, experimenta- tion, and recreation. -six- PLANNER OF OUR SCHOOL'S POLICIES Grove City College, B.S. University of Pittsburgh, M.A. Pennsylvania State University MR. ROSCOE H. WARD MRS. JAMES H. SMITH Secretary - SSVSFI ov-04 A. Hlascnmm ia- uw.. mug.-A. uv. ...D mum mann an u n rm MT. PENN-LOWER ALIADI JOINT IUHDDL DIITRIDT ROSCOE H. WARD, lupuvunnl Pvmnpal Aommisvluvlcn Iuimma von rnunnnuaq lam nz uma. mn an, PINNA numuu February 19 To the Class of 1757: I-lay the elucabion you have received he the sfartlng noint., not, the t.er'wimt:1o.1, of your intellectual growth. From t.o1ay's graduates will come comorrows leaders. Best wishes for a hsmpy and successfil life. 02. 14. wwl Roscoznl. Ward Supervising, Pri cipsl ui runs: naoonllc Kun.. -mn.-.. n-num uuimma n D n nm 57 AS HIGH SCHOOL PRINCIPAL HE GUIDES US Kutztown Normal Franklin and Marshall College B.S. Pennsylvania Slate College University of Pennsylvania I. if ,,k. S - 3- X, Y ss A MISS DORIS LEININGER Secretary MR. JOHN' A. HIBSCHMAN ' MT. PENN-LOWER ALBACE JIIIINT BCHDDI.. DIITRIDT JOHN A. HIBSCHMAN msn school. ramen-Ai. zsw Mn Fitnn sr-urn READING, PENNA. "Quo var-115' To the Class of 1957- work. During the past six years Vt. Penn Hirh Scho 1, February 1057 Never in the hist-ry 2' the Anhricar' high scholl hws a class been gradvated wi th a gre' tfr challenge than 5 frii wet today. This ls a time whfn the world is seeking lenders in statesmansllp, science, teaching, rflifion, and any other uoncelvable profession, as well as sW1l1ed and semi-skilled through its currlcvlsrr as well as extra-curricular activities, has endenvored to give' you the basic training necesswry in -vrcrarf' you for this challenge. Your training, h wfvf-r, 'ay not end here to meet fully the resrvnsihllltifs 'ffl hp rtunftle: aff. rd you. In the words of your class wtto, "Quo Vadis C'-Ihithrr Thru Goestj," derends entirely on "ou. The rrey rs of your r' rents, te'chers, and friends, are, "God spend you to ev ry access." John A. Hihschran High Schocl Principal - eight - FACULTY AIDS IN MOLDING THE CHARACTER OF TOMORROWS LEADERS AND FOLLOWERS MISS ELLEN C ANDERSON, B.S. Bloomsburg State Teachers College Courses Typing Bookkeeping, Business MISS ANITA A. GEIGER, B.S. Pennsylvania State University Courses: Physical Education, Health, General Science Supervises: Cheerleading, Girls' Varsity Basketball "What's your main maladiustment?" Kutztown State Teachers College MRS. ROBERT G. HAAG, B.S. Bucknell University Courses: Typing, Clerical Practice, Business English Supervises: Penn Alma advisor, Typing Club "What do you mean, you forgot your typing book?" MR RICHARD D BISHOP B.S. Bloomsburg State Teachers College Courses Junior Business Training, MRS. W. FRED KELLER, B.S. East Stroudsburg State Teachers College Courses: English "Whom can 'I bother now?" MR CHARLES A BRECHBIEL, B.S. Shippensburg State Teachers College Supervises National Thes ian Society, Club MRS. EVELYN M. KOHL, B.S. Kutztown State Teachers College Courses: Junior and Senior High School Art Supervises: Stage Make-up and Scenery, Leathercraft Club "It's time to clean up." MISS JANE S CUNNIUS B.S., M.S. Kutztown State Teachers College Courses American History Geography Supervises l Speak for Democracy" con- test YTeen Advisor Senior Class Play, MR. GERSHOM G. KROM, B.S. West Chester State Teachers College Courses: Physical Education and Health Supervises: Varsity Basketball, Track Team "Front rank, take your shirts off!" - nine - IN CLASS AND OUT, THEIR SUPERVISION PROVIDES VITAL PART OF ACTIVITIES MRS MILDRED M LEININGER, B.S. MR. JOSEPH A. MILLER, Ph.B. Muhlenberg College Courses: History Supervises: Penn Post, Fishing Club "Heavens to Betsy!" Conservatory of Music Philadelphia Supervuses Junior and Senior Bands, MRS. HELENE E. OTT, B.S. University of Pennsylvania Pembroke Courses: English, German Supervises: German Club "Morgen haben wir Fragen-" MRS ARLENE M LINDERMAN, B.S. East Stroudsburg Teachers College Courses Health Physical Education Supervnses Girls Athletic Association, Girls' Official Club Intramural Sports for Girls MR. C. CARL PETTINATO, B.S. St. Joseph's College Courses: Social Studies Supervises: Junior High Basketball MRS SARA M MACK BS M.S. Kutztown State Teachers College Courses Library Instruction Orientation Supervlses Junior and Senior Library Clubs, Its getting much too noisy an hereI" MR. WILLIAM I. PURNELL, B.S. Kutztown State Teachers College Courses: Problems of Democracy, World History Supervises: Senior Class Advisor "No, I didn't see Elvis on Sunday, the boob!" Kutztown State Teachers College Courses Algebra Solid Geometry, Trigonometry Don t you know your eight fundamental MR. DONALD C. RAKER, B.S. Bloomsburg State Teachers College Kutztown State Teachers College Temple University Courses: Guidance, Counseling Supervises: Junior Varsity Basketball, Projection Crew, Baseball "Keep the noise down!" en- .S. Kutztown State Teachers Co ADVICE AND REASSURANCE ARE OFFERED BY TEACHERS EVERY DAY MR LAWRENCE' E RICKOLT, B.S. Kutztown State Teachers College MR. CURTIS C. TROUTMAN, B.S. Lebanon Valley College Courses: Vocal Music, Music Theory Supervises: Junior, Intermediate, and Senior Choruses "Ready, sing!" llege Supervises Service Club Senior Class Play MR. LEONARD R. WEARNE, B.S., M.Ed. Bloomsburg State Teachers College Temple University Courses: Typing, Shorthand, Office Practice "How many are going to the cafeteria for the afternoon snack?" MR JOHN M SEIFARTH 'B.A. Pennsylvania State University Courses lndustrtal Arts Junior MRS. ESTHER K. WlLLlAMSON, B.A. Wellesley College University of Pennsylvania Courses: English, French MR JOHN L SHARADIN, B.S., M.S. wg Kutztown State Teachers College AS Pennsylvania State University Courses Arithmetic Algebra, Plane Supervises Student Council, Lostrand-Found The Wrigley foundation needs your MR. JOHN A. ZAJAC, B.A. St. Benedict's College University of Scranton Courses: Latin, English Supervises: Junior Classical League "Quiet, Please!" MR J LLOYD SHARETTS B.S., M.S. Courses General Science Chemistry, Supervises Service Club Science Contest, Faculty Manager of Athletics, Science Lets crystallize our thinking!" MR. DAVID S. ZIMMERMAN, B.S., M.S. East Stroudsburg State Teachers College Temple University Courses: Driver Education, Health, Pennsyl- vania History Supervises: l lth Grade Advisor, Key Club Advisor "Cryin' in a bucket!" - eleven - . L0llM,zl7 my CITIZENS OF TOMORROW LEARN IN COLORFUL CLASSES OF TODAY Guidance is a course designed to aid you in the understanding of yourself and the actions of others. It also assists you in learning the qualifications of various professions and occupations. Right: Explaining -the importance of choosing a career to J. Erdman and P. Curtis is Mr. Raker, Guidance Counselor. - twelve IMAGINATION AND THE ABILITY TO CREATE Mechanical drawing is a course designed to increase the student's knowledge for further education in drafting or engi- neering. In this course you will learn to use Tools and machinery by constructing articles useful in the home and in various types of recreation. Instruction on the operation of machine is given by Mr. Seifarth to: R. Gelsinger, J. Dautrich, and G. Ehst. In art class you learn to ex- press yourself in an artistic man- ner. Art appreciation is exposed to you by pointing out the artis- tic qualities in the beauties of everyday life. Appreciating an oil painting are, left to right: J. Diener, A. Lindner, and Mrs. Kohl. ff if .W--. Working on a drawing are: E. Becker, M. Dechant, and D. Erdman. - thirteen GAINING KNOWLEDGE THROUGH RESEARCH AND READING English prepares you for col- lege or the business world by providing you with the proper use of grammar and the ability to write. It also helps you to Looking over the works of Emerson are: E. Bard, W. Hunsberger, Mrs. William son, and J. Mickanis. acquire a cultured background through the appreciation of literature. l Here you will receive instruc- tions on how to use the library effectively in order to prepare intelligently for various classes. The library also has a large variety of books for your own enioyment. Checking in a reference book are: S. Lucas, W. Weidman, Mrs. Mack, and N. Aulenbach. 'mx Pointing out Henry Vlll to B. Huns- berger, C. Flanagan, and J. Czarnecki is Mrs. Keller. if It INTERNATIONAL FLAVOR The study of the French Lan- guage gives you a better ap- preciation ot the French cus- toms and the French way of life as well as a better under- standing of the grammatical construction of our own lan- guage. Studying the geography of France are: W. Robertson, P. Fisher, Mr. Brechbiel and J. Reed. 1 Xfsv You receive a knowledge of the derivation of many words in the English language through the study of Latin. It also ac- quaints you with the law, litera- ture, architecture, and customs of the Romans. Observing the Roman costume are: B. Loring, Mr. Zaiac, 5. Souders, and J. Shifter. r x ll' if German helps you to under stand speech habits and cus toms of our Pennsylvania Ger- man areas, and to lay a founda- tion for further study in scien- tific research. Preparing a "fragen" are: Mrs. Ott, R. Shockley, M. Ruthkowski, and B. Drei- belbis. THERE'S MUSIC IN THE AIR "There's music in all Things if men had ears to hear." lt is im- portant for you to learn the theory of music since it plays a prominent role in our everyday life in recreation, relaxation, and work. The sign of a cultured person is his appreciation of good music. Whether sym- phonic or choral, music is the international language enioyed by all. Reviewing the theory of music are, left to right: Mr. Troutman, P. Ziegler, K. Esslinger. Harmonizing a song are, left to right E. Bard, M. Adams, J. Chiarelli, J. Mc Crudden, J. Seifirt, N. Smethers, L. Long P. Brobst, S. Hilton, B. Severns. Expert guidance is given to young musicians who desire it Left to right are: Mr. Levan, S. Hoch, S. Tice, B. Evans. sixteen FAMILIARITIES lc5r' 'X ff-.""g.',-e g eb-3 A xs.. T he Cale' ,ali ia at luncltllme' er Addressing the student body in as sembly as Steve Wiener Right: Will we ever forget those crowded halls! - SeVel'1leeI"l Among the many things that you will remember during your days as a student will be those rushes-to the cafeteria at noon- time, those entertaining as- semblies Friday afternoons, and those crowded halls while pass- ing classes. I .lnxll A STRONG BODY MAKES THE MIND STRONG , s all is 'I af . Q 1 -sf 'F' ,gg 'Vs fl Physical education em- ploys a wide variety of activi- ties ranging from individual and team sports to dancing, games, formal exercise, and co-recreational activities. lt helps you develop a sound physical condition with good health habits. Since you are entirely responsible tor your own health, you are taught to have a greater respect for your body, what it can do, and the habits of keeping it at its best. Demonstrating the uses of Indian Club and Wands are: A. Fahnestock, Mrs. Linderman, Advisor, A. Furillo, and E. Kline. eighteen kg Discussing the problems of dating are: Miss Geiger Advisor, C. Wilson, J. Borelli, and C. Smith, Showing B. Remley and A. Haas the fundamentals of basketball is Mr. Krom, Boys' Coach. THEY KEEP THINGS HUMMING At Mt. Penn, you are for- tunate to have an extremely efficient medical staff. Mrs. Ethel C. Hill, our capable nurse, is always on hand when first aid emergencies arise. Our school physician, Dr. Robert Deach, protects our health, while Dr. John Drumheller safeguards our teeth. Right: Efficient dental care is ad- ministered by Dr. Drumheller. Right: Expert health care is adminis- tered daily by Mrs. Ethel C. Hill. x K ga. nineteen -...rf I Left: Caring for our health is Dr Robert A. Deach. " i LAYING THE CORNERSTONE OF THE FUTURE ON W Finding fun in keeping the books straight are: B. Wotring, J. Schiffner, Miss Anderson, and J. Seifrit. Checking the shorthand assignments of K. Herflicker and M.. Evans is Mr. Wearne. X Those girls who keep the office go- ing are: R. Mengel, P. Reese, and C. Swoyer. H1331 HICH SUCCESS RESTS The business courses offered provide an excellent preparation for future work in the business world. The commercial course of fers training in various fields in cluding shorthand, typing busl ness English and law, clerical and stenographical practice, and book keeping. Learning the fundamentals of Business Law are V Zerbe R Unger and V Moyer 1 QJWA X DEVELOPING SKILLS FOR ON THE JOB TRAINING Finding Business English a great help in their future careers are: G. Moyer, Mrs. Haag, G. Snyder, M. Garber. Acquiring a better skill in accuracy are: B. Bates, B. Yoder, and G. Stallone. Q- Learning the fundamentals of Business Math are: P. Schiffner D. Mengel, Mr. Bishop, J. Reichert. Operating office machines are: Y. Klink, J. Horn, S. Shuker. twenty-one - CLASSROOMS PROVIDE FOUNDATIONS FOR FUTURE YEARS OF PROSPERITY This course offers a study of man and his ways of living as related to his social and physical environment. Learning what makes the world go round are: R. Ehst, M. Koch, Mr. Schutt, Advisor and Miss Cunnius, Advisor. Discussing the American Revolution are: C. Wagner, L. Baker, M. Mil- Throughout our high school education we study various courses in history. They offer an appreciation of our Ameri- can heritage, instill in the stu- dent a better understanding of the traditions of our country, and acquaint him with the democratic and foreign problems facing our government. ler, Advisor, and Mr. Pettinato, Ad- visor. Reviewing the branches of the Federal Government we find: Mr. Purnell, R. Small, B. Levine, and F. Epler. EN 3' DIFFICULT PROBLEMS STIMULATE INTELLIGENT MINDS Right: Reviewing the proof to a Geometric figure are: Mr. John L. Sharadin, Advisor, J. Hibschman, and R. Boyer. . ' . - -sf :u ni ' get 's N1-'Jfs 1 Ft K 15 Y You will be better prepared for a iob and for many college courses if you take full advan- tage of the possibilities which mathematics offers. Mathe- matics will improve your ability to read, understand, and reason. Since a great many situ- ations in life call for the use of figures, you will be able to meet these situations with a confident sense of mastery. Left: Solving problems in three di- mensions are: Mr. Nevin Matz, Ad- visor, B. Moyer, B. Fake, and M, Forrester, Left: Learning the fundamentals of Math are: R. Richards, P. Przybeck, Mr. Lee Bierly, Advisor, and N. Troutman. EXPERIMENTING TODAY FOR TOMORROW'S WORLD With our contemporary civili- zation constantly advancing in Technological directions, basic courses in the science fields en- able the student to understand the challenges ot his future. Science introduces into the mind of the student the ques- tion "Why?" ln science 'the most extrava- gant dream of today becomes a reality tomorrow. Working out a science experiment are: L. Deppen, N. Youse, and P. Tolland. A Here we see J. Conz, J. Dornblaser, 5 .JUW and Mr. Rickolt examining the parts '. of Amoeba and Euglene. Determining tomorrow's forecast are: P. Kauffman, M. Wentzel, J Shifter, T. Werner. twenty-four - FUTURE SCIENTISTS AT WORK Looking over info nual Science Fair are, left to right: R. Small, M. Dechat advisor. Experimenting in chemistry labora- tory period ar - McKanis. 1 -fi' 2 l rmation for the An- n, and Mr. Sharetts, e. R. Erkes, J. Lam, J. ' - twent -five Y i H fi P Sharettsr . nl Mr. oid barometer Bfei W' llema . T examining an we Wagner, C. Steffen- The Science Fair, wh held annuall ich is y, is a contest in which students from the various schools participate. These stu- dents, who are interested in science, enter science proiects which they have constructed. """'-Wl'll.5 fa LEARNING FUNDAMENTAL SKILLS OF DRIVING AND HOMEM l AKING DRIVER TRAINING The obiecT of The driver Train- ing course is To promoTe safer and more sporTsrnanlike driv- ing on The highways. This course consisTs of The Theory of driving and pracTical "behind-The-wheel" driving. STarT your moTor, please! Left To right, are: Mr. Zimmerman, Advisor, A. Furillo, E. Eifert, R. Mengel. Preparing a favorite recipe are, left To righT: J. Ansbach, C. Keller, Mrs. Leininger, Advisor, E. EiTerT. Twenty-six - HOME ECONOMICS Home economics prepares girls for Their roles as fuTure homemakers. ln This course They learn The correcT prepara- Tion and selecTion of foods, and The advanTages in self-made cloThing. Making a skirT are, left To right: E. Eifert, E. Winings, J. Beamenderfer, J. Moran. AND NOW THE DAY IS OVER As a school day closes, you see the students getting on the bus or walking home. Then there are those whose day is not quite over. The custodians will remain to prepare the school for the next day. Also, there is that final destination for some-room 31, detention. We find the less fortunate spending extra time after school. Right: We appreciate the efforts of Mr. Harvey Miller and Mr. Frank Manmiller. Students leave the school after a hard day's work. ORGANIZATIONS HELP IN ACHIEVIN LEADERSHIP AND SERVICE QUALITIES As students of Mount Penn High School, you have the opportunity of participating in the many activities which are offered. This extra-curriculum aids in developing character and rounding personality. Organi- zations strengthen special interests and create the significance of working together for a common purpose. 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Xw,1',,,5 , .Q- ifxfx.,-.,:Q ' ' X , ' K , 1 qw 1-I : ffm, wkifk ""'gQ:f'ij:fwQ" f f'f'2V23ix fva Q wifi, 09 m'Wf'Nfif5Q'Q fx k5'f ' X:i X F265 ' 'Mwfw -2 V f f....imx52XrX-yggk -:gwMQ+.aQ.wsX,Q.3!5g,,1i?5 ,1 'gy . XIX ...J - , 1 K V ,gx.Q.S,f6tg x,ws.5 , .4 . K P .L d ,, . is 1 Q gr, . qelgler, an S1 S Uker. M 1 6 Ig 1 . . - .- Y . - Mx. X "' twenfymme - 3 ,Q Kmgk . - 56? ihffhe ekxpert hands of: A. ie K A ff as 4 A, 'ww f iruSi4 ' K Q , ,,.A 5 fax 5' A . g' A +, f Nw 1 1, , Q., ,, , f,Qw'ZEf F, 1 X f f J HIGH ON THE LIST FOR GOOD FUN AND Service is their dutyi First row, left to right are: J. Schiffner, L. Troutman, J. Borelli, C. Wilson, C. Keller, J. Moran, K. Herflicker, L. Conner, S. Deibler, G. Lewis, M. Alloway. Second row: G. Stallone, B. Moyer, C. Flanagan, J. Seifrit, B. Dreibel- bis, A. Lindner, A. Fahnestock, J. Reed, P. Ziegler, A. Furillo, S. Shuker, B. Sload, Third row: S. Hilton, S. Strauss, J. Delp, B. Sandridge, M. Gimmy, M. Adams, D. New- pher, D. Alloway, S. Dautrich, P. Miller. Y-TEEN OFFICERS-Sitting, left to right, are: Miss Cunnius, J. Moran, C. Keller. Standing: L. Conner, L. Troutman, K. Herflicker, J Borelli, C. Wilson. l D FELLOWSHIP This group is one of the most active and popular girls' organizations at Mount Penn. The Y-Teens assist in building character and promoting friendship. This year Y-Teens promoted many outstanding proiects which included a get-together dance for seventh and eighth grades, a Salk vaccine drive, selling candy to the students at noon time, and the collection and distribution of food to needy families at Thanksgiving. In addition, a Y-Teen member acted as host- ess at an assembly to a Youth Speaker. Many thanks go to their advisor, Miss Cunnius, for her fine direction and counsel. Reeder, C. McDade. - thirty - Dutifully performing their deeds are First row, left to right: D. Chapman L Hafetz, B. Millar, J. Mendelsohn P Anderton, M. Miller, S. Young S Wells, L. Long, C. Williams N Smeth ers. Second row: J. Eiseman V Witow ski, J. Chiarelli, J. McCrudden P Brobst, B. Severns, S. Hoffmaster L Duggan, S. Kline, E. Dautrich Third row: P. Small, F. Barr, D Rachman P. Schlenger, J. Dornblasser N Kerber S. Lewars, S. Gerhard, L Ennis S KEY CLUB UNLOCKS DOORS TO THE SCHOOL'S SERVICE PROBLEMS Successfully promoting school service are-First row, left to right: J. Czarnecki, W. Weidman, P. Wagner, G. Ehst, W. Robertson, A. Haas, M. Forester, R. Shockley, J. Dautrich, Second row: R. Hartberger, F. Hiefer, S. Swanger, J. Diener, B. Remley, E. Becker, J. Snyder, J. Lantz, G. Wisswesser. Third row: D. Joseph, D. Christman, W. Hunsberger, Mr. D. Zimmerman, Advisog G. Balis, J. Hibschman, T. Williams, M. Moyer. The Key Club of Mt. Penn. High School is an organization made up of those boys thought to be the potential leaders of tomorrow. Those eligible are boys in grades ten through twelve. Their main ,purpose is that of service to the school, church and the community. Not too many people know that the Key Club received its name from the parent club, Kiwanis, and actually means, "Kiwanis Educating Youth." Throughout the T956-57 school year, the club maintained its fine record of service. The Presi- dent is William Robertson and the board is made up of Jack Lantz, Vice President, Joseph Diener, Secretary, Rodney Shockley, Treasurer, and James Dautrich, Chaplain. Not to be forgotten, is the important role of faculty advisor, which is so capably filled by Mr. David Zimmerman. Activities which the club participated in this year were: attending church in a body once a month, scrap drives, soup and cake sales, dis- tribution of food baskets to the needy, Christ- mas card delivery in the high school, blackboard washing, policing school grounds, setting up assembly chairs, sponsoring Alumni night, club camp, instigating Clean Speech Week, Safe Driv- ing Week and Elwynn trip, to mention some. All in all, we might say to the Key Clubbers, "A Job Well Done." - thirty-one - KEY CLUB OFFICERS- Left to right are: J Lantz, W. Robertson, J. Dautrich, R. Shockley J. Deiner. THEY REPORT FOR DUTY AT 25th AND FILBERT Get your hot dogs here! First row, left to right, are: L. Chivian, S. Hilton, B. Levine, P. Reese, J. Seifrit, M. Evans, P. Fisher, M. Miller, L. Heller. Second row: J. Vespico, L. Hafetz, K. Adams, P. Brobst, D. Chapman, L. Wolfe, P. Rachman, S. Levy, S. Mendelsohn, P. Epler, F. Griffith. Third row: E. Sweigert, S. Dautrich, K. Bloom, M. Gimmy, L. London, E. Bard, M. Adams, B. Snyder, B. Sload, C. Emerich. The service club is divided into two groups: the ticket committee under the direction of Mr. Sharetts, and the refreshment committee under the direction of Mr. Schutt. The ticket committee is kept busy selling tickets at noon time and at the ticket booth the night of the games, and collecting the tickets at the door. The friendly smiles of the refreshment commit- tee are seen behind the refreshment stand selling food to the hungry spectators at the games. A cordial thanks is extended to this volunteer group who renders such worth-while service to the school. This way pleasel First row, left to right, are: M. Evans, Mr. Leonard Wearne, Advisor, L. Deppen, V. Moyer. Second row: E. Eifert, J. Ansbach, V. Zerbe, M. Garber. Absent from picture: R. Mengel. Here is another service group comprised of senior high girls, who contribute their time and talent throughout the year. With Mr. Wearne as their advisor, these young women distribute programs and collect tickets at all the maior school endeavors. - ihirfyqwo - HELP WHEN HELP'S NEEDED The men behind the curtains! Kneeling, left to right, are: J. Adams, S. Sulzbacher, R. Gelsinger, R. Wolfe. Standings Mr. J. Seifarfh, Advisory W. Hunsberger, R. Shockley. The stage crew is one of the busiest and most useful organizations in the school. They are the men who help decorate for the dances, who are behind the scenes during the assemblies and class plays, they are the ones who lower the flag in the spotlight at the basketball games and take care of the lighting. Under the remarkable supervision of Mr. Seifarth, these boys have done numerous and efficient iobs for our school, and we thank them. Roll 'eml Left to right: S. Sulzbacher, J. Evans, M. Dechant. Under the careful supervision of Mr. Raker, these boys have given up much of their spare time to bring visual education into the classroom by showing many types of films and slides to the students. They are always on hand to set up these films and show them to you at any time of the day. The student body appreciates their service to the school. - thirty-three - TWENTIETH-CENTURY CAESARS ARE AMBITIOUS First row, left to right, are: B. Severns, L. King, S. Wells, N. Smethers, J. Frank, S. Mendelsohn, K. Adams, B. Millar L. Chivian, L. Hafetz, S. Young. Second row: J. Lantz, J Wilson, D. Reber, V. Vespico, W. Koch, A. Litman, E. Olster J. Snyder, B. Loring, J. Rudy, P. Kauffman, J. Williamson, R Becker, L. Jones. Third row: J. Reed, D. Arnold, D. Dresher, J Mickania, S. Levy, P. Rachman, C. Borelli, S. Mendelsohn, K Bloom, E. Bard, P. Brobst, J. Hafetz. Fourth row: R. Hart berger, G. Lewis, T. Gruber, D. Chapman, C. Moyer, V. Wit- kowski, G. Werner, J. Chiarelli, J. McCrudden, S. Reeder, C 1 McDade, J. Thomas, D. Merkel, P. Bixler. Fifth row: W. Vosella, R. Erkes, G. Wiswesser, M. Gimmy, F. Barr, D. Rachman, P. Schlanger, L. Ennis, J. Dornblazer, S. Gerhard, L. London, G. Balis, R. Abrams, J. Melroy. Sixth row: W. Weidman, F. Curtis, R. Roeberg, S. Cohn. J. Hibschman, G. Hinnershitz, J. Goroff, S. Sulzbacher, R. Bauman, D. Tice, J. Conz. Seventh row: S. Dempsey, P. Kozloff, D. Joseph, R. Kunnes, C. Ensslen, J. Czarnecki, R. Marlett, W. Hunsberger, R. Botwright, P. Yoder, R. Boyer, J. Derr. The Junior Classical League is a group ot young people who earnestly feel that classical studies have a definite place in- our high school and that classical culture should be an integral part of the well-educated person. A state and na- tional convention is held each year at which the students meet to exchange ideas and further their own interest in ancient culture. JUNIOR CLASSICAL LEAGUE OFFICERS - Sitting in front, left to right are: L. Ennis, R. Kunnes, Mr. Zaiac, Advisor. Standing: 5. Wells, D. Dresher. - thirty-four - CHECK AND RE-CHECK SENIOR LIBRARY STAFF OFFICERS-Seated, left to right are: B. Dreibelbis, Mrs. Mack, J. Seifrit. Standing: P. Reese, B. Sload. First row, left to right: V. Zerbe, P. Reese, J. Seifrit, B. Dreibelbis, B. Sload, B. Snyder. Second row: G. Wisswesser, D. Rachman, G. Lewis, P. Schlanger, L. London, F. Barr, L. Wolfe, S. Mendelsohn, J. Mc Crudden, S. Sulzbacher. Third row K. Bloom, G. Freed, P. Fisher, J Davis, S. Wells, B. Hunsberger, L Chivian, N. Smethers. C, j SENIOR LIBRARY STAFF Puzzled about the proper procedure? Bambozzled by books? You needn't be, just ask any of the capable members of Mrs. Mack's Library Staff. These willing aides, consisting of members from grades Ten, Eleven, and Twelve, are on hand to help you understand and enioy your Library to its fullest. They hold monthly meetings to discuss ways and means of improving the library system and ideas on how to get book-shy stu- dents interested in reading. Not all their activities are confined to the library. During the past year the staff has edited the Teen-age Library Association News, a paper distributed to 45 schools in seven different counties. Book auctions are held for the benefit of prospective bookworms, and a bushel of fun is mixed into staff work. JUNIOR LIBRARY CLUB The Junior Library Club is composed of students from grades eight and nine. Their principal responsibility is to assist our librarian, Mrs. Mack, after school hours, at lunch time and any other time possible. During Book Week in November, the club distributed book markers which were appreciated by all the teachers and students. Q.. Assisting in any way they can are-First row, left to r ight: B. Borelli, N. Troutman. Third row: S. Wells, B. lmber, J. Ward- Loring, A. Haas, M. Saul, B. Lutz, L. Pollak, E. Kunnes, S. Demp- low, L. Allison, M. Rappesellip M. Forester, B. Erkes, V. Gilbert, sey, J. Maxmillian. Second row: H. Hohl, K. John Geiger, R. Heck, G. Gensler, M. Schiffman, J. Schmehl, C. son, S. J. Lloyd, L. Farber. - thirty-five - BEATS FOR HEADLINES AND DEADLINES A i Extra! Extra! Read all about it! First row, left to right: M. Gimmy, K. Herflicker, Mr. Miller, Advisor, C. Flanagan, J. Borelli, C. Keller, L. London. Second row: D. Rachman, S. Mendelsohn, M. Saul, C. Emerick, S. Levy, G. Balis, J. Conz, G. Wisswesser, C. Borelli, J. McCrudden. Third row: P. Bauman, S. Mendelsohn, L. Farber, R. Shuman, M. Forester, M, Rappeselli, V. Gilbert, P. Curtis. PENN POST OFFICERS-Left to right are: J. Borelli, Mr. Miller, Advisor, C. Flanagan. The Penn Post keeps the student body up-to- date on school events by publishing all the proi- ects and activities of the various organizations. The interviews and pictures of the seniors are interesting and are a big attraction. The staff has a difficult iob of gathering all the important news of the school, but they have succeeded in doing an impressive iob. The staff, advised by Mr. Miller, should be congratulated for the fine paper they publish. Co-Editors .... .......... J oelyn Borelli Carole Flanagan Assistant ...... ..,... C arolyn Keller Associate ......,... .......,,.,,,.. S herry Levy Mary Kay Gimmy Leila London Susan Mendelsohn Girls' Sports Editor ....,. ..,......... K ay Herflicker Boys' Sports Editor ,..... .,,,. G eorge Wiswesser Page Editors ..... Assistant .....,.....,......,........ ,.,.....,..... G ene Balis Reporters: Phyllis Bauman, Cecily Borelli, John Conz, Phillip Curtis, Linda Farber, Mary Alice Forester, Vickey Gilbert, Linda Heller, Charlene Herkert, Lowell Kobrin, Jean McCrudden, Sandra Mendelsohn, Diane Rachman, Mary Rappaselli, Martha Saul, Rona Shuman. Photographer .,........................ Clarence Emerick Faculty Advisor ..... ..... J oseph A. Miller - thirty-six - HOLLYWOOD IN MINIATURE s I Enioying the experience of acting are-Sitting, left to right: G. Stallone, J. Moran, J. Borelli, C. Wilson, Mr. Brechbiel. Standing: W. Robertson, W. Hunsberger, P. Tolland, W. Tieman, B. Dreibelbis, C. Flanagan, M. Evans, C. Swoyer, P. Reese. The Thespians of Mt. Penn High School are as the name implies, the leaders of dramatics in an organized group. Throughout this past school year the Thespians have prepared and presented plays to the student body in assemblies. At the time of the writing of this article the troupe, as it is known, was planning a "Night of One-Act Plays" for early spring. The money raised by the troupe throughout the year will be used to purchase the school an adequate make-up kit. Troupe No. i39O, the Mt. Penn troupe, was established here in 1954 and is under the super- vision of an international office. One of the highlights of the year was the Dramatics Convention in York, Pennsylvania. Mt. Penn was fortunate enough to have eight mem- bers represented. All students are eligible for membership in this society, however, all prospective members must have, acquired a designated number of points to be admitted. Securing of these points is done by having any connection with class plays or assemblies. The advisor of the organization is Mr. Charles A. Brechbiel. - thirty-seven - THESPIAN OFFICERS-Left to right are: M Dechant, M. Evans, P. Reese, W. Hunsberger SOFT MUSIC AND OUTSTANDING CONCERT PERFO RMANCES gg Using their instrumental knowledge are-First row, left to right: J. Wardlow, S. Nein, K. Herflicker, J. Reed, N. Aulen- bach, J. Seifrit, E, Becker, Y. Klink, B. Keeney, T. Curry. Second row: J. Seifarth, R. Hirsh, J. Chiarelli, B. Severns, L. Long, P. Tolland, P. Brobst, J. Lilenfield, J. Mickanis, G. Lewis, L. Allison. Third row: L. Kobrin, J. Rudy, M. Monoson, J. Eidam, C. Borelli, E. Hill, G. Lewis, J. Davis, H. Heckman, L. Neithammer, T. Werner. Fourth row: S. Cohen, M. Schiffman, L. Ermould, If you are musically inclined you will probably be interested in participating in one of the most worthwhile and celebrated organizations of our school. The Band of Mt. Penn High School has long maintained the tradition of providing excellent entertainment, and this past year has J. Hughes, G. Werner, L. Hinnershitz, J. Merluzzo, K. Howell, L. Kinderdine, R. Fink, G. Gensler. Fifth row: R. Unger, D. Bruma bach, D. Moyer, D. Merkel, G. Wisswesser, R Erkes, E. Balis, G, Aulenbach, J. Clouser, J. Conz. Sixth row: R. Roeberg, D. Christman, D. Joseph, R. Marlatt, A. Seifarth, M. Moyer, R. Boyer, J. Hibschman. Absent: T. Williams, G. Green, B. Sands, P. Kozloff, B. Remley, G. Clothier. been no exception. Among its many annual presentations are appearances in the Halloween Parade, drilling at half-time at the Varsity Basket- ball games, and performing in the Christmas and Spring concerts. Perhaps the most memorable of all their performances, however, are the selec- tions played during the assembly programs. Par- BAND OFFICERS-Sitting, left to right: J. Seifrit, Mr. Levan, Advisor. Standing: N. Aulenbach, J. Reed, G. Green. Food and fun for alll Left to right are: L. Kobrin, D. Klink, J. Eiseman, G. Clothier, N. Kline, P. Zeigler, P. Fisher, M. Moyer, J. Reed, J. Seifrit, T. Williams, Mr. Levan, Advisor, P. Tolland, G. Green, J. Davis. - thirty-eight ticipating in the band is not all hard work, for they celebrate in grand style at their annual Christmas party. We will not forget the band, for it has been as much a part of the school as as- semblies and classes. To Mr. Levan whose enthusiasm and skill has guided the band into being the high-caliber or- ganization it is, goes the thanks and admiration ofthe Class of l957. 'E' T CAPABLE MUSICIANS ENTERTAIN AT SCHOOL ACTIVITIES Getting ready to play a favorite piece are-First row, left to right: S. Gruber, J. Erdman, J. Williamson, A Salathe, R. Stover, R. Mamdes, J. Wisswesser, R. Blatt, M. Roland, C. Chiarelli, R. Keifer. Second row: F Harvard, K. Buc, H. Hafetz, D. Geroff, P. Curtis, J. Hamsin, T. Roland, D. Klink, D. Johnson, C. Ensslen, D. Plunk D. Matz, M. Raihlin, J. Raretz, D. Amold, R. Abrams, E. Kropp. Absent: L. Baker, E. Harran, J. Jacobs. The Junior Band consists of younger musicians, who after substantial experience will become members of the Senior Band. These youngsters display their talents by presenting various selections at the Christmas and Spring concerts. The dance band is comprised of the rhythm men and women of Mt. Penn High. Their chief responsibility is to furnish the music for some of our most successful dances and for the traditional dances after basketball games. Their music also provides the pleasant interludes during intermissions of the class plays. Swing and Sway with-First row, left to right: K. Herflicker, B. Sands, N. Aulenbach, R. Unger, P. Tolland, J. Seifrit. Second row: R. Marlatt, J. Hibschman, E. Becker, T. Williams, C. Green. Third row: Mr. W. Levan, Advisory J. Clouser, J. Rudy, R. Fink, F. Heifer. - thirty-nine - OUR COLORS FLY HIGH Fancy stepping with-Kneeling, left to right: P. Ziegler, A. Fahnestock. Standing: J. Shifter, J. Mc Crudden, N. Kline, D. Upperman. Leading the band at parades, the color guards, dressed in orange and black, proudly carry the flags and guns. Also participating in the parades are the maiorettes. You will see these girls twirling their batons and stepping high to the music of the Mt. Penn Band. Both these groups of girls have been an admirable attraction for our school, and we are proud of them. Leading the parade are-Left to right: P. Fisher, B. Snyder, J. Eisman, M. Evans, B. Hunsberger. - forty - LET'S GO VOCAL Making music their business are-First row, 'left to right: B. Dreibelbis, J. Moran, S. Deibler, E. Hill, J. Bauman, P. Reese L. Deppen, C. Smith, G. Lewis, L. Conner, L. Troutman, V. Zerbe, S. Mendelsohn. Second row: Mr. Troutman, Advisor, P Miller, J. Delp, M. Ga'rber, D. Smith, B. Snyder, C. Swoyer, B. Bard, J. Mickanis, V. Moyer, M. Evans, J. Beamenderfer, P Fisher, B. Hunsberger, S. Hilton, G. Stallone. Third row: J. Seifrit, J. Reed, J. Ansbach, S. Shuker, C. Keller, M. Gimmy, K Esslinger, J. Borelli, B. Moyer, E. Winnings, E. Eifert, C. Flanagan, C. Wilson, J. Pappadakus. Fourth row: J. Schiffner K. Herflicker, N. Koch, J. Mengel, E. Rothenburger, A. Furillo, P. Zeigler, R. Marlatt, G. Green, J. Czarnecki, P. Tolland A. Fahnestock, A. Lindner, M. Adams, C. Emerick. The Senior Chorus, consisting ot Juniors and Seniors, is the main vocal organization ofthe high school. This group participates in the Christ- mas Concert and also presents its Choral Concert in the spring. l SENIOR CHORUS OFFICERS-Left to right are: K. Esslinger, V. Moyer, K. Herflicker, S. Shuker. - forty-one - 1 I THEY BLEND THEIR VOICES IN HARMONY Werner, L. Hertzog, W. Koch, P. Bixler, J. Mighty as their singing are-First row, left to right: G. Aulenbach, C. Koch, T. Lloyd, D. Downs, N. Reese, S. Downs, D. Wiliamson. Second row: J. Eidam, L. Long, D. Chapman, J. Stimmel, J. Frank, J. Deischwin, S. Distasio, B. Gearhart, S. Wells, J. Wardlow, J. Eidam. Third row: P. Brobst, M. Monason, S. Diener, C. Borelli, L. King, B. Severns, J. Chiarelli, C. Moyer, D. Yoder, J. Shearer, S. Kline, K. Haas, J. Throssall, Mr. Troutman, Advisor. Fourth row: J. McCrudden, J. Schmehl, M. Wentzel, S. Wells, P. Chronister, R. O'Grattis, B. Swartz, B. Millar, K. Adams, E. Littman, P. Schiffner, P. Epler, F. Barr. Fifth row: R. Bauman, S. Dempsey, N. Smethers, P. Schlanger, S. Gerhard, N. Kerber, J. Dornblaser, L. Duggan, J. Hughes, G. Werner, F. Heifer, J. Koukoules. Those participating in the Inter- mediate Chorus are students in the ninth and tenth grades. This organi- zation is the stepping stone between the Junior and Senior choruses. lt also adds to the musical entertain- ment of the concert. INTERMEDIATE CHORUS OFFICERS-Left to right are: L. Duggan, L. Long, F. Heifer, T. Werner. - forty-two - YOUNG TALENT IN THE MAKING l l Discovering the pleasure of music are-First row, left to right: B. Van Cour, M. Sustello, R. Steffen, E. Reed, B. Cohen, A. Shields, B. Boyer, B. Strauss, L. Adams, A. Peck, B. Brooks, W. Albright, J. Seidel, R. Perrotta. Second row: B. Lewis, L. Throssall, J. Schack, J. Eidam, K. Scheuring, L. Horst, P. Seibert, L. Stump, S. Bachman, C. Liltenfeld, D. Hilbert, S. Meyer, J. Erdman, D. Sonon. Third row: S. Byrarn, D. Kline, P. Artz, B. Lutz, B. Sandt, S. Schoener, M. Wolfe, N. Brown, J. Steubner, C. Wanger, S. Ross, F. Sheetz, J. Edlestein, M. Goldberg, S. Gruber. Fourth row: B. Wolfe, S. Youse, P. Bauman, L. Kobrin, L. Kobrin, L. Allison, M. Rappeselli, D. Levan, T. Wright, P. Curtis, R. Bond, J. Lilienfeld, L. Hoffman, M. Leinf inger, M. Koch. Fifth row: J. Spohn, V. Welfling, A, Levy, M. Forester, S. Grace, C. Ricker, M. Paul, B. Solley, S. Graeme, D. Miller, G. Williams, E. Schribner, S. Geiger. Sixth row: J. Spohn, S. Severns, D. Williams, N. Stamm, J. Stichler, J. Swartz, M. Townsley, S. Dornblaser, N. Troutman, E. Gower, C. Queerns, L, Fegley. Seventh row: Mr. Troutman, Advisor, J. Adams, R. Readinger, S. Shirk, E. Harvan, J. Balthaser, P. Lendacki, J. Merluzzo, D. Weller, C. Clouser. Comprised of seventh and eighth grade students, the Junior Chorus is the first step in the preparation for future roles in the Senior Chorus. Along with the other Choruses, it take part in the Christmas and Spring Concerts. JUNIOR CHORUS OFFICERS-Left to right: S. Geiger, Mr. Troutman, Advisor, S. Grace, E. Reed, J. Stichler. - forty-three - TOPS IN ANY CLASS I Those fortunate few! First row, left to right: B. Bard, W. Hunsberger, C. Flanagan, W. Weidman, J. Reed, J. Borelli. Second row: E. Eifert, G. Wisswessef, K- Hefflicker, J- Conz, J- Hibsfhmin. D. JOSGPIM L. Conner, R. Shockley, J. Schiffner, P. Wagner, V. Moyer. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY OFFICERS-Left to right are: Carole Flanagan, Warren Weidman, Mrs. Mack, Advisor, Janelle Reed. to rty-'Fou r Leadership, scholarship, character, and service are the traits necessary to become a member ot the National Honor Society. It is an honor and a privilege to be a member of this worthy organization. Under the guidance of Mrs. Mack, this year the National Honor Society served the school by sponsoring the dances, selling school novelties and badges, and presenting an award to an outstanding senior member. THE i957 YEARBOOK IS THEIR STORY Tackling their big proiect are-First row, left to right: A. Lindner, J. Moran, M. Forester, K. Esslinger, W. Weidman, J. Reed, M. Evans, C. Keller, J. Czarnecki. Second row: V. Moyer, J. Beamenderfer, L Deppen, C. Swoyer, P. Wagner, K. Herflicker, J. Dautrich, M. Abeln, J. Seifrit, E. Kline, C. Flanaganl Third row: E. Eifert, B. Dreibelbis, E. Becker, R. Small, A. Haas, W. Robertson, J. Diener, J. Schiffner, A. Furillo. The Penn Alma staff is composed of members of the Sen- ior Class. Mrs. Haag, the advisor, Janelle Reed and Warren Weidman, the co-editors, and their staff united their efforts in order to make their publication a success. CO-EDITORS-Janelle Reed, Warren Weidman. SENERAL TREASURER-Janet Schiffner. fi, .ITERARY-Kay Esslinger, Eleanor Kline, Barbara Dreibelbis, Philip Wagner, Bill Robertson, Albert Haas, Carol Flanagan, Edward Becker. 'HOTOGRAPHY-Kay Herflicker, Robert Small, Joe Diener. KDVERTISING-Treasurer, Joan Moran, Chairman, Mike Forester, Typist, fvonne Klink, Steve Weiner, Suzanne Lucas, Ann Fahnestock, Forrest Epler, . 'at Ziegler, Sandy Shuker, George Ehst, Carol Wison, Clymer Steffen. CO'EDlTOR5 AND ADWSOR ' left to "'9l"l1 W- Weidman, Mrs. Haag, and J. Reed. 'ATRONS-Treasurer, Loretta Deppen, Chairman, Carolyn Keller. BUBSCRIPTIONS-Secretary-Treasurer, Joan Seifrit, Chairman, Jim Dautrichp Ed lecker, Barry Fake, Barbara Levine. It is OUT l'I0pe 'fl1Bi BS YOU glance through this book in the years to come, it will bring back the echoes of your school days. We hope you will have as much ioy in reading it as we have had in Ilink. publishing it. We wish to thank the entire staff for their co-operation. KRT-Chairman, Ann Lindner, Joelyn Borelli, Virginia Zerbe, Beth Hunsberger. IIRECTORY AND INDEX-Evelyn Eifert, Christine Swoyer. 'ROMOTION-Chairman, John Czarnecki, Donald Erdman, Rodney Shockley, ieraldine Stallone, Miles Dechant. YPING-Chairman, Martha Evans, Ruth Mengel, Virginia Moyer, and Yvonne Janelle Reed - fOrfy-fgve - Warren Weidman DRAMATIC TALENT DISPLAYED BY OUR SENIOR CLASS SENIOR CLASS PLAY "The Little Dog Laughed," according to an old rhyme, "to see such sport." But the chances are that he never saw such unusual sport as was told on November 9, 1956, when the Senior Class presented their class play "The Little Dog Laughed." The plot of this comedy centered around a college sophomore maioring in psychology, Laurie Huntington. Upon her arrival home she began to instill upon her family various ideas which had been gathered by her while attending college. The most effective way she could create these ideas was through the use of various tests. Among these tests were the "word association" tests, Zombroski Ink Blot tests, "blood-to-brain" tests, and of course, plenty of endurance tests. During the course of events, Laurie becomes interested in a pre-med student, Mark Brad- ford. Laurie and Mark, lust coming home from one of their occasional dates, find Laurie's home filled with a family of psychological idiots. This particular scene being convincingly climaxed by the rapidly moving "Purge Polka." The seniors enjoyed a tremendous success in this venture. Not only was it a success financially, but it was an added bit of confidence as far as the class' ability to work together. We seniors are very much indebted to the never-tiring efforts of our co-directors, Miss Jane Cunnius and Mr. Allen Schutt. CAST Laurie Huntington ,,,,,....,,,,,,,,,.... .,,,,,,,,. ,..., C a role Flanagan Sidney Huntington, her father ,,,.. ,.,.,,.. W illiam Tieman Martha Huntington, her mother ,,,.,,,,..,,,,,,,,... .,,..., G eraldine Stallone Wally Huntington, her brother ,,..,,,,,...,....,,,,,,, ,...,..,,, M iles Dechant Miss l"Gus"J Gustavesky, the housemaid ,,,.,, ,,,,,,, M argaret Abeln Joan Wood, Wally's girl ,,,,,.,,,,,..,,,,,,.,.....,,,,,, ,,,,,,, Ma rtha Evans Ted Wood, her father s..,,,,,,,,,....,,,s,,,,c....,,, ,s.s. E dward Becker Lillian Wood, Joan's mother ...,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,s...,,,,, ...,,, P atricia Reese Mark Bradford, Laurie's boyfriend ,...,,,,,,,.s..,.,,,,...,.,,..... - ,,,s.,,......,,,.,.....,,,,,,,,.. Patrick Tolland Horatio P. Honeywell, bird fancier and taxidermist L.- .,,.......,..,s.,.,,...,..,,,,......... Richard Unger Others-Evelyn Eifert, Donald Erdman, Gerald Green, Stanley Byram, Barbara Moyer, Barbara Dreibelbis, Carol Wilson, Christine Swoyer, Joanne Beamenderfer. Prompters-Kay Esslinger and Carolyn Keller. Sitting, left to right are: C. Flanagan, M. Dechant, G. Stallone, W. Tieman, S. Byraw, J. Beamenderfer, C. Swoyer, C. Wilson. Standing: Miss Cunnius, Mr. Schutt, G. Green, D. Erdman, E. Eifret, P. Tolland, R. Unger, M. Abeln, P. Reese, B. Moyer, B. Dreibelbis, E. Becker, M. Evans. - forty-six - IN "THE LITTLE DOG LAUGHED. ll x.-ef' ' hh C. f.nd-Leii ro N9 What'll You have? Here We l DeCl'18nl- . I M. A Flanagan! W. Tieman belfh G' Sqallonef M' Looking over a specimen of nature are- Left to right: J. B eamenderfer, R. Unger, E. Eifert. - forty-seven - Sh scene. Left to right are: C. Wilson, B Moyer, B. Dreibelbis, C. Flanagan. own here is the mental "peeping tom' THE FUNDAMENTALS OF FUTURE COURSES ARE The Junior High Clubs generally fulfill a two-fold purpose. They exert an instructive influence while also creating the usual benefits of good fellowship present in any organization. Each of the clubs devotes its interest to one of a variety of subjects or hobbies, as it were, and the student joins that which holds particular appeal for him. Home Nursing German Club Math Club Needlecraft Junior Historians Junior Conservation French Club Fishing Club Typing Leathercraft Golf Club Science Club l Learning how to use the slide rule are-First row, left to right: W. Wolwine, J. Palmer, R. Baker, D Stuebner, A. Staudt, W. Koch, D. Moll, Mr. Matz, Advisor. Absent are: J. Lewis, B. Keeney. - forty-eight - TAUGHT IN THE JUNIOR HIGH CLUBS -Q C .ef Q- I S v L Becoming skilled in leathercraff are-Left to right: S, Bachman, R. Boyer, Mrs. Kohl, Advisory B. Solley, M. Paul, E. Reed. Discovering the practical use of typing are-First row, left to right: R. O'Gratis, L. King. Second row: Mrs. Haag, Advisory T. Gruber, D. Dresher. forty-nine RECREATION AND GOOD FELLOWSHIP ARE Looking al an early American quilt are-First row, left to right: Miss Cunnius, Advisor, S. Dempsey, S. Geiger, M. Saul, M. Forester, B. Loring, R. Heck. .,,......Ww-w-e'-M ,,,,.... QAM Y ,w.....-uv-sus, .qw-as 4,--.nav--rr .Q-an V. .. 'A..n,i-M... -. qs.,w,..qui-:4..w .sun -quam-s. Q. ...nw-uwu.. . mn-M Enjoying the fun of needle craft are-Left to right: Mrs. Mildred Leininger, Advisor, J. Eidam, C. Ricker, F. Sheen, J. Hepler, B. Meck, L. Heffner. - fifty - nuanlzv Numan.. N- PURPOSES OF THE JUNIOR HIGH CLUBS if-'2 -f-if if Young Fishermen of today are-First row, left to right: D Birney, L. Downs, S. Youse. Second row Mr. Joseph Miller, Advisory B. Sload, T. Paull, W. Albright. Testing a Morse Code signal set is R. Wolfe, - fifty-one - if QM 22555255 bfi-'igilsvfrfWLf'Sigvkf'l1StSlifs.M-wi'-. KK-- s..2.2f,i Jf51iat2,gawYf',.LP'wwf ' iw.iiflffgifftfflfi?QfifiiifliiiliiiiVIP"X i -' K 4 'X ' AN D H EALTH. As participants or rooters, you are an important part of the athletic program ot our school. Through athletics we strive to create good sportsmanship among the teams, the spectators, and the players themselves. Mt. Penn offers a wide range of athletic programs for both boys and girls. 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L 1- M-ji " ,-'iw , 3. -Q X A , LL L AW my J N.-J 2 X " . 4 PW , '-1, ' sf u"V N A W"-S ""'igv'3 K W' 35 'W N .f' - """' N L 'L V ' L f - -'M lv A .K lv 'fb , 'vzllivw U A K ' ' ' 5 1. L4 wr ,J .Lx, ,f ,L r I-1. ff,ffy,nLI-,ee ,ALM 5 L L K in V, S 4. A 1 Q Q7 A L, K XML :RSA mv, . Q .Aaf L. N 242' 3 ' - L . Au if Q, , ?fL7fH"1m Lfwnffi .L fJ".1L' L r -1 Lv WC' Q --L ' - ' ATHLETICS A LA FEMININE Our favorite minstrel show girls are-First row, left to right: J. Schmehl, M. Wentzel, N. Koch, E. Kline, A. Lindner, K. Herflicker, J. Mickanis, S. Gerhard, J. Dornblazer, L. Duggan. Second row: G. Freed, J. Eidam, L. Allison, K. Johnson, L. Nelis, Mrs. Linderman, Advisor, J. Edelstein, J. Erdman, M. Koch, B. Erbes, J. Swartz, J. Spohn. This girls' organization is composed of one representative from each homeroom. You will find these busy girls trying to establish good sportsmanship throughout the school, and providing an athletic activity for every girl. Again this year the G.A.A. has sponsored a Hockey Sport Day and a Mid-Winter Play Day in order to become acquainted with girls of other schools, and to learn to play with these girls on a friendly basis. But their minstrel show on Color Day transcended all of their other activities of the year. Blow that whistle! Left to right are: G. Freed, F. Barr, E. Kline, Mrs. Linderman, Advisor, N. Kline, L. Ennis, S. Gerhard, C. McDade. The purpose of the Girls Officials' Club is to encourage girls to become interested in officiating and eventually to take tests for rated officials. Members make a thorough study of the rules, and they apply these rules by officiating the intramural sports program for girls. If you have an in- terest of becoming a referee, you will surely want to become a member of this club. - fifty-four - CO-EDS ARE LIVEWIRE SPORTS ENTHUSIASTS This is your big chance, girls! Left to right are G Freed L Duggan OPP0"'enl F Ba" Opponent, N. Koch, Opponent. Intramural activities are planned for those who like to play, regard- less of skill or previous experience in a sport. Except for basketball, the girls do not participate in interscho- lastic sports, nevertheless, they do have an active program. The sports 'in which you may engage are hockey, basketball, and volleyball. Inter-class competition has been or- ganized by the Girls' Athletic Asso- ciation, and the games are officiated by the Officials' Club. AFTER SCHOOL SPORTS DRAW INTEREST Intramural basketball, being established for its third year at Mt. Penn High School, certainly has proved to be successful from the point of both the participants and spectators. All in all, it can safely be said that the players involved thoroughly enioyed and benefited from this vein of competitive sports. Everyone associated with intramurals readily sees that without scorekeepers, referees, and the constant organization and supervision of Mr. D. S. Zimmerman this activity would not have been conducted so successfully. Those eligible to take part in intramurals are boys in senior high who are not members of the Junior Varsity or Varsity Basketball teams. Right: Enioying an exciting game of volley- ball are: G. Fisher, J. Wesner, L. Stephens, J. Adams, R. Czarnecki, and T. Smith. "I've got it," says: Mr. Forester, F. Epler, P. Tollan Erdman, P. Wagner, E. Becker, and R. Gelsinger. Jumping for that rebound are: S. Wiener, P. Tolland, F. Epler, M. Forester, and D. Erdman. - fifty-six - THE BOYS WITH THE EDUCATED FEET 0 152' Q in - 3 Kick it hardl First row, left to right, are: D. Arnold, P. Kauffman, J. Snyder, B. Loring, J. Lantz, D. Merkel, D. Dresher, K. Haas. Second row: P. Yoder, C. Steffen, R. Shockley, F. Epler, W. Robertson, A. Haas, J. Czarnecki, B. Remley, S. Wiener G. Brown. Third row: D. Joseph, T. Williams, J. Koukoules, R. Wolfe, J. Derr, C. Esslen, J. Clouser, J. Hibschman, J. Ebert Fourth row: S. Sulzbacher, J. Azzolina, S. Swanger, J. Thomas, R. Boyer, G. Hinnershitz, R. Abrams, G. Wisswesser, W Hunsberger. Absent are: D. Arnold, P. Kauffman. With the beginning ofthe 1956-57 school year, the first sport in which the Mt. Penn lads participated was soccer. The Mounts started under the direction of Mr. Parsons and after his leaving, Mr. Bierly carried on with the responsibility. The boys played in the newly organized league and they met every county soccer team. Unlike other years, our team found the going rough and emerged with one win, eight loses, and four ties. Even though the Mounts had a mediocre ' season in this sport, they still deserve a "big pat on the back" for displaying the h,UeM P H S spirit MR. RICHARD L. BIERLY Coach - fifty-seven - 1 WE LL YELL A LITTLE LOUDER" Cheering the boys on are-Kneeling, left to right: Carolyn Keller, Captain, S. Shuker, P. Miller. Stand- ing: L. Conner and A. Furillo. Under the supervision of Miss Geiger, the cheerleaders have done their utmost to keep the Mount Penn Mounts in a fighting spirit. Sporting new uniforms this year, the girls have presented a colorful appearance at all our games. We con- gratulate the varsity cheerleaders, under the direction of captain Carolyn Keller, and the iunior varsity cheerleaders, under the direction of captain Suzanne Reeder, for the fine iob they have done in arousing school spirit at the pep rallies and the games. Hoping their boys will win are, left to right: S. Young, S. Reeder, Captain, L. Ennis, C. McDade, K. Johnson. - fifty-eight - THE HOOPMEN MAKE THEIR DEBUT Mounts in the making. First row, left to right: R. Richards, J. Blum, J. Lilienfeld, P. Miziauek, H. Heller, H. Heckman. Second row: J. Seifarth, D. Reber, L. Pollak, E. Kropp, C. Chiarelli, B. Kline, G. Levengood, D. Dresher. Third row: E. Shapiro, D. Arnold, R. Roeberg, J. Clouser, Mr. Pettinato, A. Seifarth, R. Mandary, K. Haas, B. Loring. Junior High Basketball is chiefly to prepare young players for future roles on the varsity squad. lts degree of success hints of the type of team to come. This year's team coached by Mr. Carl Pettinato, was certainly above average and will be a source of ample material in following years. N'lNTH GRADE TEAM Opp. M..P Oley .......,...., .,.. .... l 8 40 Daniel Boone ...... ....... 3 8 24 Boyertown ....... ....... 2 4 32 Exeter .........,...., ....... 2 O 28 Daniel Boone. ...... ....... 3 8 25 Oley ,,,.., ....,,, ....... 2 O 35 Boyertown .....,.......,............................ 24 23 Exeter ...,.,....,...,........,.,,...,,.,,,...,,,........ 21 38 SEVENTH AND EIGHTH GRADE TEAMS Opp. M..P Oley --ee--ee..eeeeeeev ---- 8 30 MR. G. CARL PETTINATO Daniel Boone ,,,,,., .... l 4 l8 Coach Boyertown .....,,, ....... l 6 27 Daniel Boone .,..... ...,... 2 4 27 Oley ,...,.......,..... ....... 7 18 Boyertown ..,,, ...s... l 4 l2 Exeter ,,,,,,,., .,.,... l 7 25 - fifty-nine - FUTURE TALENT DISPLAYED BY THE JAYVEE TEAM l Champions One and All. Kneeling, left to right are: J. Blum, L. Jones, J. Ebert, J. Lantz, J. Thomas, Mr. Donald Raker, Advisor. Standing: G. Balis, M. Moyer, D. Joseph, T. Williams, R. Kotzen, F. Curtis. Absent from picture: G. Lorah. Here is a championship team of the undefeated variety. Never in any real trouble during sixteen league games, the aggressive .layvees had no fear. An unusually well-balanced team, that combined good rebounding strength with exceptional accuracy. After winning the division championship, Coach Raker's impressive hoopmen next moved to the Albright Fieldhouse to test Wyomissing for the County Champion- ship. SCORES Opp. M.P. Meyerstown uudu.. .,,.... 3 0 56 Pottstown ...,... 53 42 Reading ..,,. ......... 7 O 35 Exeter ....,.,,,,,..,., ....,., 3 l 37 Brandywine .,.,.. ,...... 3 3 47 Twin Valley uu..,.... u.,,,,, 3 0 54 Central Catholic duuuud .....,. 6 2 52 Fleetwood ,.,.,,,,..... ....... 4 O 47 Daniel Boone ....,, ,...... 3 l 46 Boyertown .....,. ,....,. 2 3 47 Oley uu,.,u,......u ...udd. 2 7 74 Kutztown udu,,v .,....... . 30 51 Exeter ,,.,,.,...,,.,. ,,,,,,. 25 65 MR' DQNQSLG' RAKER Brandywine ..,.., ......,,, ......, 3 3 47 Twin Valley uuu,.. - ..,... ....... 4 9 80 Fleetwood ........ .....,. 4 5 56 Daniel Boone ,...,,, .,.,,.. 3 6 54 Boyertown u.u,,,, ....... 3 4 48 Oley ,.,.,..,,...., .u.u,.. 4 6 77 Kutztown ..,,,, .... 2 9 65 - sixty - GOOD SPORTS AIN ALL SPORTS Audrey Furillo Barry Bates Kay Herflicker John Czarnecki Carolyn Keller George Ehst Eleanor Kline Forrest Epler Yvonne Klink Albert Haas Janet Schitfner Barry. Remley l Recognition is given to students who have played an outstanding role in the athletic program of our school. The seniors shown on this page have contributed their ef- forts and abilities in maintaining our fine athletic program. Sandra William Rodney Clymer Stephen Barry Sh uker Robertson Shockley Sfef-fen Wiene, Womng - sixty-one TEAMWORK IN EVERY PLAY IS SHOWN MR. GERSHOM KROM, Coach ALBERT HAAS, Center Although Mt. Penn had a mediocre record this year, the lads participating had a keen interest in this competi- tive sport of basketball. The newly organized league proved to be the strongest ever in Berks County history. Scoring rec- ords were shattered by several sharpshooters rec- ords. A sincere thanks is ex- tended to Mr. Gershom Krom who rendered an indispen- WILLIAM ROBERTSON, Guard RODNEY SHOCKLEY, Guard sable service to the team. BARRY REMLEY, Guard CLYMER STEFFEN, Forward - sixty-two - OUR VARSITY JOSEPH AZZOLINA, Guard ROBERT BOYER, Forward ROGER MARLATT, Center SQUAD BASKETBALL RECORD Opp. Opp. M.P. Myerstown ....... ..... 4 4 45 Pottstown ...., ..... 8 5 62 Reading ...... .... ..... 6 8 37 Exeter ...,.... - ..,.... ..... 4 8 63 Brandywine ...... ..... 6 5 63 Twin Vaney -""" -'---" 6 3 73 JOHN DERR, Forward Central ...... ..... 6 6 48 Alumni ............. ..... 5 4 50 Governor Mifflin ..... ..... 6 9 36 Fleetwood ---- ....... ..... 6 3 48 Daniel Boone ...... ..... 5 2 46 Boyertown ....... - ........... 66 52 Oley ....... ..... 5 4 75 Kutztown ........ ..... 5 3 60 y Exeter ........ ..... 5 9 53 Brandywine ....... ..... 7 3 58 PAUL YODER, Guard Twin Valley ....... ...,. 6 8 66 Fleetwood ...... - ............. 81 59 Daniel Boone ........ ..... 6 3 48 Boyertown ...... - ............. 68 61 Oley ....... ............... 4 8 63 Kutztown ................... ---- ....... 67 58 In the game between Mt. Penn and Brandywine, an extra period was called. GEORGE EHST, GEORGE WISSWESSER - sixty-three - Managefs THE GIRLS' VARSITY TEAM DEMONSTRATES AUDREY-FURILLO Miss ANITA Genome l Guard Coach Opp. West Reading ...,... KAY HERFLICKER Guard Exeter ......f...... Wilson ................ Governor Mifflin ,......... Exeter ......... Muhlenberg .......,...... West Reading ....... - .......... Muhlenberg ..,.... Governor Mifflin ...... ELEANOR KLINE Forward - E Wilson .,....... ...... YVONNE KLINK Guard , - sixty-four BASKETBALL RECORD Opp. ------- 44 ------- 31 ----------- 31' - ....... 51 W ,.,,....,. ---- 31 -------- 35 ----- 31 ----- 32 ----- 45 ----- 44 M YSANDRA si-IUKER Guard i FRANCIS BARR Forward DIANE CHAPMAN Guard JOAN CHIARELLI Guard FAIR PLAY AND GOOD SPORTSMANSHIP JULIA DORNBLASER BARBARA MIU-AR Forward LINDA ENNIS Forward sARA GER:-:ARD Forward The Mountainettes closed their season with a record of six wins and four defeats. A great deal of credit for this impressive record goes to the fine coaching ability of Miss Geiger. We should con- gratulate the girls for the fine teamwork and for the good sportsmanship and consideration they displayed toward their op- ponents. Guard SUZANNE REEDER Forward BEVERLY SEVERNS Guard CHARLOTTE McDADE LINDA TROUTMAN. Forward - Sixty-me - JANET SCHIFFNER, Managers HE WHO PUTS FORTH HIS TOTAL STRENGTHS IN FIT ACTIONS RECEIVES THE RICHEST RETURNS OF WISDOM. You, the students, are the backbone of the School. The success of the activities and the athletic programs in which you partici- pate depend upon the conscientious efforts put forth by you. This success, and your enioyment will largely be determined by your willingness to work together as a group. As seniors, we have tried to set an example for you to follow as well as attempting to live up to the reputations of previous sen- ior classes. 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L3 4 fax . . fl 2 si , r f 9,1 I f , -N1 ,mf xxwmwmigmgg, , 5 ' .V ing, 1 N , qi 'Q n if 1' f - f L A k f ' 1 ,' P 5 i 5 7 ' Y ,N , , 1 y I ,, f I , A lk ' A Y at -rw, Q ,wi-gem-lt' , ,f f ' ' -f If .,v,,,,5,.,, 1 J :gf .-www X,-fx N - Q 8 ,N , 1 . I 2 F57 f 1 5 K i N? , Q x ' F N 3 X -S 3 , . K 241' , N sixty seven has A ., ,..9,L,,av: I 1 THEY'VE JUST BEGUN Newcomers at Mt. Penn are the seventh graders-First row, left to right: J. Steubner, B. Wolfe, C. Wagner, J. Erdman, J. Edelstein, S. Ross, S. Schoener, M. Wolfe, B. Sandt, S. Gruber, P. Bowman, S. Chiarelli. Second row: R. Perrotta, J. Palmer, R. Rees, M. Goldberg, B. Keeney, D. Kline, G. Cothier, R. Bond, P. Curtis, D. Levan, J. Lilienfield, P. Wolfe, J. Wisswesser. Third row: J. Wheeler, S. Graeme, A. Staudt, J. Hepler, C. Howell, E. Scribner, A. Levy, S. Grace, C. Herkert, P. Artz, N. Brown, M. Lengel. Fourth row: L. Schlanger, L. Seifarth, J. Louis, R. Strause, D. Sonon, C. Clauser, T. Wright, E. Kropp, C. Chiarelli, M. Hoch, L. Baker, J. Houser. 7-l-Homeroom 15: President, Philip Curtis, Vice President, Elizabeth Scribner, Secretary- Treasurer, David Levan. 7-2-Homeroom 35: President, Ann Levy, Vice President, Jon Lilienfield, Secretary, Margaret Lengel, Treasurer, Carl Clouser. 7-3-Homeroom 12: President, Nancy Stamm, Vice President, Barbara Brooks, Secretary, David Hilbert, Treasurer, Frank Levandowski. 7-4-Homeroom T01 President, Richard Ehst, Vice President, Dale Seidel, Secretary-Treasurer, Brian Van Coeur. -sixty-eight- Facing new Problems are-First row, left to right: P. Seibert, S. Adam, B. Brooks, S. Loring S. Meyers, L. Throssell, A. Peck, B. Cohen, S. Long, M. Koch, K. Scheuring. Second row C. Orth, L. Downs, M. Sustello, T. Richards, B. Van Coeur, P. Haage, T. Ricker, D. Christian D. Seidel, D. Hilbert, R. Steffen. Third row: S. Youse, D. Bright, C. Ricker, D. Williams, D Weller, E. Harvan, S. Severns, N. Stamm, A. Leitheiser, J. Eidam, B. Lewis, F. Sheetz Fourth row: J. Derr, R. Hater, J. Schach, L. Bowman, L. Keller, F. Levandowski, C, Wright, R Ehst, H. Herb. As you enter into seventh grade from grade school, you notice a decided difference in school lite. Passing classes, lots of homework, and many teachers will be some of the new experiences you will encounter. Of course, some of your old habits will still be practiced in iunior high, such as throwing spit-balls, and flying paper airplanes. - sixty-nine - THEY RE ON THEIR WAY Future Freshmen are-First row, left to right: J. Richter, D. Auchenbach, M. Rappaselli, L. Horst, B. Conrad, L. Adams, S. Lance, S. Boas, C. Lilienfield, P. Leininger, N. Brumbach, L. Hoffman. Second row: G. Emerich, T. Paull, E. Staudt, J. Williams, D. Miller, D. Harter, D. Mell, T. Brown, A. Crystal, T. Curry, C. Cunnius, S. Byram, M. Sherman, C. Boettcher, M. Long. Third row: P. Lendacki, M. Lindner, J. Swartz, B. Solley, M. Townsley, B. Meck, P. Stallone, J. Balthaser, L. Fegley, L. Heinz, M. Paul, J. Spohn, J. Spohn, C. Querns, L. Heffner. Fourth row: L. Seidel, R. Readinger, J. Hartman, J. Miller, C. Hill, L. Mundell, B. Sload, E. Spang, E. Gower, B. Kline, G. Levengood. 8-'l-Homeroom' 37: President, Howard Heller, Vice President, Roger Baker, Secretary- Treasurer, Arlene Haas. 8-2-Homeroom 13: President, Larry Pollalc, Vice President, James Blum, Secretary, Martha Saul, Treasurer, Mary Alice Forester. 8-3-Homeroom 36: President, Stanley Byram, Vice President, Janet Swartz, Secretary- Treasurer, Sharon Boas. 8-4-Homeroom ll: President, Donald Miller, Vice President, David Harter, Secretary- Treasurer, Linda Horst. - seventy - Learning the ropes are-First row, left to right: M. Forester, E. Reed, L. Allison, L. Thomas S. Bachman, L. Stump, V. Gilbert, A. Shields, B. Strauss, B. Boyer, P. Pryzbeck, M. Romig M. Levin, B, lmber, Second row: L. Kobrin, H. Chambers, J. Wesner, S. Nein, L. Stephens T. Smith, R. Hirsch, B. Lutz, E. Shapiro, J. Blum, H. Heller, F. Rothermel, B. Czarnecki Third row. S. Shirk, J. Merluzzo, S. Dornblaser, S. Geiger, J. Stichler, L. Hoffman, V Welfling, N. Troutman, R. Shuman, B. Erkes, M. Saul, P. Perwein, J. McKinney, A. Haas E. Kunnes. Fourth row: R. Madary, M. Schiffman, R. Baker, G. Fisher, R. Richards, W Roland, F. Kenderdine, B. Gimmy, G. Gensler, L. Pollack, J. Adams. By this time you should have grown used to the routine of iunior high lite-how to find your next class in the three minutes allotted, how to be quiet in homeroom period, and how to behave during assemblies. You have also probably discovered exactly what detention means and where it is held. - seventy-one - A 1 THEY'RE CLIMBING HIGHER Ready to enter Senior High are-First row, left to right, S. Diener, C. Borelli, B. Gearhart, J. Stimmel, J. Lloyd, J. Wardlow, K. Johnston, S. Distasio, S. Wells, L. King, J. Eidam. Second row, R. Stiglmaier, P. Van Coeur, W. Woolwine, D. Klink, F. Goll, J. Rudy, A. Edelstein, H. Heckman, R. Kiefer, D. Stuebner, J. Drayer, L. Hertzog. Third row: D. Arnold, D. Moyer, L. Ermold, J. Schmehl, M. Romanski, S. Stamm, K. Haas, M. Monoson, D. Birney, L. Mock, J. Blum, D. Dresher. Fourth row: J. Williamson, T. Gruber, J. Sheeler, J. Clouser, J. Melroy, C. Ensslen, P. Kozloff, K. Haas, R. Abrams. 9-I-Homeroom 30, President, Kenneth Haas, Vice President, Peter Misiaszek, Secretary Sarah Diener, Treasurer, James Clouser, 9-2-Homeroom IOA: President, Gene Aulenbach, Vice President, Judith Shiffer, Secretary Sharon Souders, Treasurer, Fred Curtis. 9-3-Homeroom 21: President, Kathy Haas, Vice President, Kathy Johnston, Secretary Phyllis Chronister, Treasurer, Sandra Distasio. U 9-A-Homeroom 22: President, Patricia Schiffner, Vice President, David Mengel, Secretary Treasurer, Leonora Tomeo. - seventy-two - 1 Taking the next big step are-First row, left to right: J. Reichert, N. Reese, R. Heck, Schiffner, J. Shiffer, L. Nelis, L. Tomeo, S. Downs, J. Furillo, S. Dershwin, J. Frank, Upperman. Second row: B. Loring, W. Koch, C. Leithiser, D. Moll, E. Olster, R. Stichler Kauffman, T. Werner, A. Littman, P. Miller, C, Hassler, R. Fink, D. Reber. Third row: Aulenbach, P. Bixler, W. Vozella, S. Souders, R. O'Grattis, J. Throssell, D. Downs, Wentzel, S. Shaffer, R. Becker, H. Rees, D. Mengel. Fourth row: J. Wilson, R. Hess, Bauman, A. Seifarth, S. Dempsey, R. Roeberg, F. Curtis, L. Jones, D. Merkel. Technically speaking, you are in your first year of senior high school. This year will present you with the first big de- cision-that' of choosing the academic or commercial course. you are now also beginning to take an active part in sports and activities offered by the school. - seventy-th ree - THEIR GOAL IS IN SIGHT Juniors to be are-First row, left to right: D. Chapman, N. Smethers, S. Mendelsohn, L. Hafetz, S. Young, M. Miller, L. Long, B. Millar, K. Adams, C. Moyer, S. Wells. Second row: D. Tice, J. Thomas, S. Cohn, R. Hartberger, G. Lewis, V. Vespico, J. Snyder, L. Neithammer, C. Blouch, D. Brumbach, M. Licker, J. Lincoln, P. Haage, C. Cappel. Third row, J. Dornblaser, P. Small, D. Rachman, J. McCrudden, S. Reeder, V. Witkowski, C. Mc- Dade, B. Severns, P. Brobst, G. Werner, J. Chiarelli, F. Barr, L. Ennis, S. Gerhard. Fourth row, D. Joseph, R. Kunnes, D. Christman, D. Humbert, P. Yoder, M. Mervine, J. Conz, G. Balis, G. Hinnershitz, D. Abel, B. Sands, J. Derr, R. Botwright. Sophomore Class Officers, President, John Derr, Vice President, Linda Long, Lavina Duggan, Treasurer, Bonita Swartz. I0-I-Homeroom 33, President, Richard Kunnes, Vice President, Susan Wells Gary Lewis, Treasurer, Ronald Hartberger. I0-2-Homeroom 20, President, John Derr, Vice President, Suzanne Reeder, Charlotte McDade, Treasurer, Paul Yoder. 10-3-Homeroom 41, President, Linda Heller, Vice President, David Christman, Treasurer, Joan Chiarelli. IO-4-Homeroom 20A, President, Darlyn Yoder, Vice President, Nelson Heim, Treasurer, Carol Hoffman. IO-5-Homeroom 14, President, Tere Haas, Vice President, Michael Moyer, Bonita Swartz, Treasurer, Sandra Blackley. - seventy-tour - 1 Secretary, Secretary Secretary Secretary Secretary Secretary Enioying their sophomore year are-First row, left to right: C. Williams, D. Yoder, E. Schmitz, P. Anderton, B. Swartz, J. Shearer, S. Kline, B. Smith, E. Littman, P. Epler. Second row: J. Ebert, M. Pawelski, D. Patrick, C. Snyder, R. Keller, C. Koch, D. Moyer, G. Kieffer, R. Abeln, R. Moyer, B. Dunkel, H. Pennypacker. Third row: S. Lewars, N. Kerber, M. Sustello, S. Hoffmaster, M. Yetto, J. Eiseman, L. Duggan, J. Eidam, R. Bender, S. Senft, E. Dautrich C. Hoffman, L. Hinnershitz. Fourth row: R. Yerger, T. Kalbach, T. Haas, R. Huhn, J Knoll, R. Row, F. Hiefer, J. Evans, F. Griffith, P. Hertzog, M. Moyer, R. Kotzen. Absent- R. Shuman. 1 As sophomores, you are gradually approaching the final years of your high school education. You put aside your care- free habits and start to think seriously of your future plans. during your.sophomore year you will sponsor a dance and near the end of the year there will be the class trip. - seventy-five - SOON TO TAKE THE LEAD Seniors in the making-First row, left to right are: S. Dautrich, J. Degler, J. Bauman, E. Hill J. Mengel, M. Gimmy, M. Adams, G. Lewis, L. Troutman, B. Smith, B. Sload, N. Seifert Second row: D. Yoder, M. Furillo, J. Welfling, G. Lorah, C. Wagner, M. Wheeler, E Sweigert, G. Grubb, J. Pappadakes, J. Daemer, A. Bender, R. Williams. Third row: R. Boyer N. Koch, B. Stamm, M. Chilton, D. Smith, J. Delp, E. Rothenberger, B. Snyder, J. Goroff O. Fick. Fourth row: G. Cohen, R. Marlatt, F. Pawelski. Junior Class Officers: President, Spencer Swanger, Vice President, William Hunsberger, Secretary, Sara Jane Dautrich, Treasurer, Judith Grady. ll-l-Homeroom 34: President, William Hunsberger, Vice President, Jack Hafetz, Secretary- Treasurer, Sherry Levy. 'll-2-Homeroom 39: President, Joseph Azzolina, Vice President, Karl Fisher, Secretary Treasurer, Jean Mengel. ll-3-Homeroom 24: President, Allen Bender, Vice President, John Pappadakes, Secretary Treasurer, Sara Jane Dautrich. - seventy-six - Leaders of next year are the members of the Junior Class-First row, left to right: S. Levy S. Deibler, J. Blankenbiller, G. Freed, L. Chivian, P. Miller, S. Hylton, S. Strause, B. Sandridge, M. Alloway, D. Alloway, J. McKanis, E. Bard. Second row: B. Delewski, S. Swanger, R. Erkes, G. Wiswesser, J. Hafetz, J. Lantz, C. Keller, K. Fisher, B. Zweizig, J. Azzolina, J. Czarnecki. Third row: T. Williams, L. Smith, W. Hunsberger, L. Conner, P. Rachman, S. Mendelsohn, L. Wolfe, J. Grady, K. Bloom, D. Newpher, P. Webber, S. Sulzbacher. Fourth row: C. Emerich, G. Hotzman, J. Hibschman. Your Junior year is the last step towards the final goal of becoming seniors and graduating. During this year you will learn to work together as a class by presenting your Junior Class Play. You will also experience your first class meetings where you will discuss your class problems and activities, such as the annual class trip to Washington, D.C., and your Junior Prom. - SSVSFITY-SEVEN - 1 qmmqffu-""Ti fZ'T"f,'afpe4?""4f'A JOHN A. CZARNECKI Academic "Johnny" . . . able class president . . . master of hi-fi . . . large record collection . . . onions and Italian sandwiches rate high . . . pet peeve is wise guys . . . future electronics engineer. Track 9, 10, 11, 12, B'ball 10, Soccer 10, 11, 12, Co-ed. Vol. 11, 12, Intra. Sports 11, 12, Key CI. 12, Lib. Cl. Sec. 9, PENN ALMA 127 Assem. 9, 10, 11, atin Cl. 9, 10, 11, 12, PENN POST 9, 10, Comm. 11, 12, Chorus 9, 10, 11, 12, Octet 10. Senior in the S The Class of '57 began its senior year with the election of our sen- ior class officers, who proved to be very efficient throughout the entire school year. Three dances throughout the year proved to be successful from the standpoint of enioyment by the students and increasing our financial status. Also proving to be a success were the selling of pens and brace- lets and our cake sale. Fun was also had by all at the Senior Class play, "The Little Dog Laughed." Finishing off our days as seniors, we went on our class trip to New York, and our Senior Prom, both of which will be long remembered. A great deal of gratitude and appreciation is extended to our advisors, Mr. Purnell, Mr. Pettinato, and Mr. Wearne, who have guided us to success in all of our endeavors. CLASS COLORS CLASS MOTTO Blue and White Quo Vadis CLASS FLOWERS Blue and White Carnations - seventy-eight - '3' 1157 was JOSEPH C. DIENER Academic "Joe" . . . veep of senior class . . . enjoys classical records and reading . . . craves pork chops and French fries . . . bright future in aviation ahead. Co-ed. Vol. 11, lntra. Sports 10, 11, Key Cl. 10, 11, Sec. 12, Cl. Comm. 9, 10, 11, 12, H. R. Comm. 9, 10, 11, 12, Assem. 9, 10, 11, 12, Proi. Crew 10, Latin CI. 9, 10, Chorus 9. CAROLE A. FLANAGAN Academic "Carole" . . . capably keeps records for the senior class . . . the lass with dramatic talent . . . loves oodles of noodles . . . her pet peeve - people who "goof" jokes . . . a successful future in journalism is her ambition. Co-ed. Vol. 11, 12, Off. Cl. 10, intra. Sports 9, 10, 11, 12, Thespians 12, Y-Teens 10, 11, 12, PENN POST 9, 10, Asst. Ed. 11, Co-Ed. 12, Cl. Comm. 9, 10, 11, 12, H, R. Comm. 9, 10, 11, 12, PENN ALMA 12, cl. Play,A12, Assem. 9, 10, 11, 12, N.H.S.41Q,'11,' V.. Pres. 12, Latin Cl. Q, 10, cgpwq '1o,.,1t1,'f12. H X ' . . - 1 ' rc' AH . , sie, L,- An interpretation of our seal has never 2 been put into writing. We shall try, through words, to convey its significance and meaning to you as students. The lamp of scholarship is the apex of the seal, which is a shining light toward further knowledge. Starting high school means the responsibility of choos- ing between the Academic and Com- mercial course and the shield, which is ' divided into two parts, symbolizes the business world, with its wheel of prog- ress, from the winged foot, a representa- tion of the professional world. This is obr interpretation of our Mount Penn Seal, strive to make it your seal. Janelle Reed, Kay Esslinger, Class of 1957 PATRICIA L. REESE Commercial I "Pat" . . . handles finances of senior class . . . moody people and Elvis get her veto . . . Italian foods are tops . . . will make some lucky businessman an efficient secretary. Co-ed. Vol. 11, 12, lntra. Sports 11, 12, Thes- pians 11, Sec. 12, Lib. CI. 11, Sec. 12, CI. Comm. 11, 12, Cl. Play 11, 12, Serv. Cl. 11, 12, Assem. 11, 12, Chorus 11, 12. I 3 L, Q, :Ulf f A ,J i 1, ' ' v t , 1 fl 1 71,1 Nfl' 1, ' 'l . W 1 l L ' 'W Q , . V ,, lib M L. it 4 . :W v - L ' - in ' f 1 . 5? , ix v . 1' i 1' 'L f 1. 1, ' S SNL 5 ' ' ,B . E . X .fax A "3 -. CNN' . 4 1- ta sk -K, 'y 1 7-1. N .. - ii" fiiiiifjjxs V - seventy-nine - JOANNE ANSBACH Commercial "Bug" . . . pleasing disposition . . . just mention pork chops for a smile on her face . . . among her likes are hot Fords and Pat Boone's records . . . but stuck-up people get her veto . . . an Air Force career is ahead for this gal. Usherette CI. 127 Chorus 9, 10, 12, Maiorette 11. 1 NEIL AULENBACH X Ml 1 BARRY BATES Academic Academic "Neil" . . . capable athlete . , . "nice play Shake- "1"Bat . f . always ready with a witty remark SPSBV-9" - - - e'1l0YS dffV5f'9 that Olds - - - Thumbs J K . . ikes to W d ood conversation anytime . . . down on report cards and moody people . . . his I f rk chop any F nch fries always satisfy him . . . dish-roast beef . . . future businessman. 1 I' ' r main 's fe it mework . . . a future Navy man. B'bal1 9, 1o, 11, 127 soccer 11, 12, ca-ed. vol. f - Col , V , , Baseball 9 10. ,mm Sporfs 10. 115 Baseball 97 Cl. Comm, 10, 11, 12, Band 9, 10, I 51 ,fy I IJ: proi. Crew 11. 11, Pres. 12p Dance Band 11, 12. fi - 1 5 3 ' . 1 1 il 1 ff , li ' 1' 17 ll 4' - eighty - 2 5 JOANNE BEAMENDERFER Commercial EDWARD L. BECKER Academic "Jo" . . . a great admirer of-Mr. Wearne's political speeches . . . enjoys munching on a ham sandwich . . . thumbs down on pixie haircuts . . . Jo's ambition is to become a telephone operator or a secretary. "Eddie" . . . this guy "likes" homework . . . "Keep thinking that" . . . craves southern fried'chicken and cranberry sauce . . . doesn't dig striped shirts . . . ambition is to become a mechanical engineer. Cl. Play 12, Assem. 11, 12, Chorus 12, Color Guard 11. Co-ed. Vol. 9, 11, intra. Sports 9, 11, Key Cl. 12, Cl. Comm. 11, 12, PENN ALMA 12, Cl. Play 11, 12, Assem. 9, 10, 11, 12, Latin CI. 9, Band 9, 10, 11, 12, Dance Band 10, 11, 12. JOELYN BORELLI Academic "Jolie" . . . nifty dresser . . . loves steak and watermelon, and panthers with green eyes . . . this ki-:l always feels low on a rainy day . . . next year we'll see her at college. Co-ed. Vol. 11, 12, Off. Cl, 10, intra Sports 10, 11, 12, Y-Teens 10, 11, 12, PENN POST 9, 10, 11, Co-ed. 12, Cl. Comm. 12, PENN ALMA 12, Cl, Play 11, Assem. 9, 10, 11, 12, NHS 10, 11, 12, Latin Cl. 9, 10, Debating 10, Chorus 9, 10, 11, 12: JAMES M. DAUTRICH Academic "Jim" . . . enjoys driving that 56 Nash . . . loves lobster tail and French fries . . . swimming and basketball are among his sports likes . . . next year will see Jim at Wyomissing Polytechnical Institute. Intra. Sports 11, 12, Key Cl. 10, 11, 12, CI. Comm. 11, 12, PENN ALMA 12,Assem.1O,11, 12. - eighty-one - LORETTA DEPPEN Commercial "Pinky" . . . loves music . . . friendly per- sonality . . . craves spaghetti and fried chicken . . . spends her spare time skating . . . aspires to be a telephone operator or a secretary. PENN ALMA 125 Cl. Play 115 Serv. Cl. 125 Assem. 10, 11, 125 Usherette 11, 125 Chorus 9, 10, 11, 12. MILES DECHANT Academic "Miles" . . . will be remembered for his ability in class plays . . . hobby is photography . . . prexie of Thespians . . . always seems to be in a hurry . . . another future engineer. Soccer 105 Co-ed. Vol. 11, 125 Thespians 11, Pres. 125 Lib. CI. 9, 10, 11, 125 PENN POST 9, 10, 11, 125 Cl. Comm. 11, 125 H. R. Comm. 11, 125 Cl. Play 11, 125 Serv. Cl. 9, 10, 11, 125 Assem. 9, 10, 11, 125 Proi Crew 10, 11, Pres. 12. .iffy LQKJIYHC .I you new .1 , I r 0 ck in T-- U!! 517 fl X ..f.9ZfSd"i -JA . ,Gulf 1 FNS . jr O11 . . , , .0 ,mi ,,f.Wv-'fs jg! . mf iw of BARBRA JANE DREIBELBIS GEQRGE E1-151' Academic Academic "D"elb" - - - 5lWaY5 900d fof 5 laugh - - - "Fuzzy" . . . that Model-T Ford! . . . man- her favorites include butterscotch sundaes and spaghetti . . . naturally curly hair . . . ardent sports fan . . . future woman in ager of Mighty Mounts . . . loves hunting and pretty girls . . . pet peeve-cleaning basketballs before a game . . . the Air Force white. ahead for him. B'balI Mgr. 10, 11, 125 Co-ed. Vol. 11, 125 Baseball 9, 105 Key Cl.411, 125 Cl. Comm. Co-ed. Vol. 11, 125 Intra. Sports 11, 125 Y-Teens 11, 125 Lib. Cl. 11, Pres. 125 Cl. Comm. il, 125 H. R. Comm. 11, 125 PENN 9, 10, 11, 12: PENN ALMA 12: Assemi 9: ALMA 12, ci. Play 11, 12, Assem. 11, 125 Chorus ll, 12. Latin Cl. 95 Chorus 9. EVELYN EIFERT Commercial "Ev" . . . steak sandwiches and pizza pie are her favorites . . . also likes blue Fords . . . dislikes Elvis Presley and unco-operative people . . . future bookkeeper or private secretary. Cl. Comm. 12, H. R. Comm. 117 PENN ALMA 125 CI. Play 12p Assem. 11, 12, Usherette 127 Chorus 9, 10, 11, 12. DONALD ERDMAN Academic "Don" . . . expert iitterbug . . . "You Clown!" . . . hot rods, girls, and Rock 'n' Roll rate high, but liver and Bermuda shorts are our . . . ardent Republican . . . future draftsman. Track 11, B'balI 9, Soccer 9, 10, 11, Co-ed. Vol. 11, Baseball 9, 10, lntra. Sports 10, 11, 12, Cl. Comm. 12, H. R. Comm. 12, Assem. 10, 11, 12, Cl. Play 12, - eighty-th ree - I A . 'a 2 FORREST E. EPLER Academic "Ep" . . . tall boy of the senior class . . . ham- burgers and French fries always bring a smile to his face . . . favors Ray Anthony, Les Elgart, and the Dodgers, but thumbs down on the Yankees . . . his future is still undecided. Track 107 Soccer 10, 11, 12, Co-ed. Vol. 11: Cl. Comm. 9, 10, 11, 12, H. R. Comm. 11, 12, Cl. Play 11, Assem. 9, 12, Latin Cl. 9. MARTHA EVANS Commercial "Marty" . . . whiz at typing and- shorthand . . . favorites include Nat "King" Cole, steak, and Mercury convertibles . . . despises eggplant . . . will make someone an efficient stenographer. Co-ed. Vol. 11, 12, lntra. Sports 10, 11, 12, Thes- pians 11, 12, Lib. Cl, 10, PENN POST 9, Cl. Comm. 11, 12, H. R. Comm. 12, PENN ALMA 12, Cl. Play 11, 12, Serv. Cl. 10, 11,12,Assem. 9, 10, 11,12, Usherefte 12, Chorus 9, 11, 12. KAY ESSLINGER Academic "Kay" . . . prexie of chorus . . . singing and driving take up this active gal's free time . . . one of her few dislikes is boring assemblies . . . loves pumpkin pie . . . "lsn't that a panic!" . . . the future will find her teaching high-school music. B'ball 9, Co-ed. Vol. 9, 10, 11, Cheerl. 9, Y-Teens 10, 11, 12, Lib. Cl. 9, PENNSIDE PARROT 9, Cl. Comm. 9, 10, 11, 12, H. R. Comm. 9, 10, 11, 12, PENN ALMA 12, cl. Play 11, 12, Assem. 9, io, 11, 12, Band 9, Chorus 10, 11, Pres. 9, 12, Octet 11, Dance Band 11, Ensemble 12. ANN FAHNESTOCK Academic "Ann" . . . one of our high-steppers . . . fried chicken and Oldsmobiles are on her list of likes . . . but conceifed people and rainy days don't rate . . . secretarial work is included in this girl's future. Co-ed. Vol. 11, 12, Intra. Sports 9, 10, 11, 12, Y-Teens 10, 11, 12, Cl. Comm. 10, 11, 12, PENN ALMA 12, Assem. 9, 10, 11, 12, Chorus 9, 10, 11, 12, Maiorette 9, 10, 11, 12. - eighty-four - SI ifii 151 -A3 s s. 1. - 1 ff,s.:sQ'- - f. i-19512 ik, .. . 5 1 - . . ,ses A . m ,. M, V .. g-:gs . . 1 - . ,- X if affislife - BARRY FAKE Pl"lYl.l.lS D. FISHER Academic Academic "Phyl" . . . friendly people and Fords receive her O. K .... one of the smallest seniors . . . another steak lover . . . the future will find her in the lield of speech therapy. "Barry" . . . on the quiet side, but lots of fun . . . loves steak and French fries any- time . . . Dean Martin rates high with this tall boy . . . next year will see him in col- lege- ca-ed. Vol. 10, 11, infra. spans 10, 11, Y-Teens 10, 11, 12, Lib. CI. 9, 10, 11, 12, PENN POST 10, PENNSIDE PARROT 9, Cl. Comm. 9, 10, 11, 12, H. R. Comm. 9, 10, 11, 12, Serv. Cl. 10, 11, 12, Assem. 9, 10, Band 9, Chorus 9, 10, 11, 12, Color Guard 10, 11, 12. intra. Sports 9, Cl. Comm. 9, 10, 11, 12, H. R. Comm. 9, 10, 11, 12, Assem. 9, 12. DAVID M. FORESTER Academic "Mike" . . . known as the boy with the big smile and collegiate wardrobe . . . cold shrimp always makes a hit . . . sports cars, girls, planes, and swimming are among his many interests . . , Mike's future plans are undecided. B'baII 9, 10, Soccer 10, Co-ed. Vol. 11, Key Club 10, 11, 12, Cl. Comm. 9, 10, 11, 12, H. R. Comm. 12, Cl. Play 11, Assem. 9, 10, 11, 12, Chorus 9, 11. AUDREY FURILLO Commercial "Furk" . . . one of our peppy cheerleaders . . will remember those summers at the "rec" . . . "How does that grab you?" . . . gets the blues on A rainy days . . . secretarial work for her. B'ball 9, lntra. Sports 11, 12, Y-Teens 10, 11, 12, H. R. Comm. 9, 10, 11, 12, Cl. Comm. 10, 11, 12, PENN ALMA 12, Assem. 9, Chorus 9, 10, 11, 12, Cheerl. 12. - eighty-five - operator. GELSINGER GERALD FRANCIS GREEN Academic Commercial "Gels" . . . always seen driving that con- "Gerry" , . . can really play that trumpet vertible . . . numerous years of faithful serv- ice to the stage and projection crews . . . his ambition is to attend a Naval Electronic School and own a new Lincoln convertible. B'ball 9, 10, Co-ed. Vol. 12, Intra. Sports 11, Cl. Comm. 11, 12, H. R. Comm. 12, Stage crew 9, 10, 11, 12, Proi. Crew 9, 10. . . . considers pot pie tops in the food line . . dancing and cars appeal to this senior . . . teaching music is his ambition after graduation. Track 11, B"balI 9, lntra. Sports 9, 10, 11, Assem. 9, 10, 11, 12, Band 9, 10, 11, 12, Chorus 9, 10, 11, 12, Dance Band 9, 10, 11, 12. MARGARET FAY GARBER Commercial "Skip" . . . her favorites include hamburgers, French fries and a little black coupe . . , conceited people are among her dislikes . . . another future telephone Chorus 12, Usherettes 12. ALBERT HAAS Academic "Al" . . . outstanding in sports . . . devours italian steak sandwiches and seafood . . . always looks forward to Christmas vacation . . . he looks ahead to a career in journalism. Track 10, B'ball 9, 10, ll, 12, Soccer 10, ll, 12, Co-ed. Vol. 11, 12, Key. Cl. 11, 12, Cl. Comm. ll, 12, H. R. Comm. 9, 10, 12, PENN ALMA 12. S KAY A. HERFLICKER Commercial "Herfie" . . . participates in sports . . .. veep of chorus . . . active in Y-Teens . . . likes driving a 56 Chevie . . . hamburgers and milkshakes rate high . . . Kay's future plans are undecided. B'balI 9, 10, 11, 12, Co-ed. Vol. 11, 12, lntra. Sports 9, 10, 11, 10, 11, Treas. Comm. 11, 12, Band 9, 10, 11 Dance Band 10, 12, GAA 11, Sec.-Treas. 12, Y-Teens 12, PENN POST 11, 12, H. R. PENN ALMA 12, Assem. 11, 12, 12, Chorus 9, 10, 11, V. Pres. 12, 11, 12. BETH L. HUNSBERGER Academic "Cheeta" . . . petite brunette . . . steak sandwiches stimulate her appetite . . . idolizes Rock Hudson . . . dependable basketball rooter . . . soon be found teaching the 3 R's. Co-ed. Vol. 11, 12, lntra. Sports 10, 11, 12, Y-Teens 10, 11, Lib. Cl. 9, 10, 11, 12, PENN POST 9, 10, 11, 12, Cl. Comm. 10, 11, 12, H. R. Comm. 9, 10, 11, 12, PENN Al.MA 12, Serv. Cl. 9, 10, 11, 12, Assem. 9, 10, 11, 12, Chorus 9, 10, 11, 12, Color Guard 10, 11, 12. - eighty-seven - f JEAN HORN Commercial "Jeanie" . . . always seen with the gang definite dislike for cabbage . . . chicken appeals to this gal . . . will soon be heard saying Number please." Assem. 9, 11, Chorus 9 .35 . '4 great outdoors . . . Army man. CAROLYN KELLER Academic "Carolyn" . . . spare time devoted to Y-Teens and PENN POST . . . cheers our boys on . . . favors fried tomatoes . . . always up on the latest fashions . . . post-graduate plans include Business Adminis- tration. Co-ed. Vol. 11, 127 lntra. Sports 9, 10, 11, 12, Cheerl. 9, 10, 11, 125 Y-Teens 10, V. Pres. 11, Co-Pres. 127 PENN POST 10, 11, Asst. Ed. 127 PENNSIDE PARROT 97 CI. Comm. 10, 11, 125 H. R. Comm. 11, 12, PENN ALMA 12, Cl. Play 127 Assem. 9, 10, 11, 127 Latin Cl. 105 Chorus 9, 10, 11, 12: Color Guard 9. l - eighty-eight RALPH JAMES, JR. Academic "Red" . . . another cheeseburger and French fries fan . . . newcomer to Mt. Penn . . . lover of the "go jump in a lake" . . . future CI. Comm. 12. ELEANOR KLINE Academic "Klinie" . . . all-around sportswoman . . . "get serious" . . . nosy people receive a negative reac- tion . . . enjoys the music of Glenn Miller, but holds her ears closed to high opera . . . French major at Grove City College. B'ball 9, 10, 11, 127 CO-ed. Vol. 9, 10, 11, 125 Off. Cl. 11, 12, lntra. Sports 10, 11, 12, GAA V. Pres. 127 Y-Teens 10, 11, 127 Lib. Cl. 97 Cl. Comm. 9, 10, 11 125 H. R. Comm. 9, 10, 11, 125 PENN ALMA Assem. 9, 10, 11, 12, Chorus 9, Latin CI. 10. I 127 Suzie expresses her feelings of things . . . witty remarks come fast another petite senior an attractive wardrobe career in psychology ed Vol 11 Intr Spors 12: Y-Teens m 9 10 Cl. Comm. 9 10 11 S s 3 BARBARA L. LEVINE Academic "Bobbi" . . . has a yen for the shore . . . apple pie is her favorite dessert . . . winter is among her few dislikes . . . the autumn will find her taking social work at college. Co-ed. Vol. 11, 12, intra. Sports 9, 10, ll, 125 Cheerl. 95 Y-Teens 10, 11, Cl. Comm. 10, 11, 12, H. R. Comm. 9, 10, 11, 12, Serv. Cl. 10, 11, 12, Assem. 9, 10, 11, 12, Band Treas. 9, Chorus 9, 10, 11. ANN L. LINDNER Academic "Ann" . . . prexie of GAA . . . artistically inclined . . . one of the few quiet seniors . . . likes all sports especially swimming and hockey . . . aspires to be a fashion designer. B'baII 9, Co-ed. Vol. 11, 125 Intra. Sports 9, 10, 11, 12, GAA 11, Pres. 125 Y-Teens 10, 11, 12, Lib. Cl. 9, Cl. Comm. 10, 11, 12, PENN ALMA 125 Assem. 9, 10, 11, 12, Ch0rUs 9, 10,11, 12, Orch. 9. if: I - eighty-nine - H ' :'i5.,g. J iwii1'iiKA Q11 L 4 Q uv.. , 'Q RUTH MENGEL Commercial "Ruthie" . . . ice cream lover . . , "now doesn't that frost you" . . . enfoys basketball games and friendly folks . . . in the future Ruthie will be ful- filling her ambition to become a secretary. intra. Sports 95 Cl. Comm. 12, PENN ALMA 12, Assem. 9, 11, 12, Usherette 11, 12, Latin Cl. 9, Chorus 9,10,11,12. I 'l JL.lf'7f , AI I 5'N ..z.C.fK"Q Vt4!,vL 'J DL is .M We i . ' '2 QU ' K, fy JA? 1 Y ,aff r I U 0' 'X Ll" I ,ff 3, if I ii JU, f is r vw' fl' MJW' W' ,f -f UL," ,ti V ' ,P , I Q 1 'fn JKJIJV C QXLVIJ , ,J f Cf J , nj 1 - 1 ,V VMI 19,119 QA f ff! +1 LV lvl: Hyyfifj Af' . fu ' 6 WV CAN M. Moifjl BARBARA A. MOYER GAIL MOYER jn Academic Academic Commercial "Joanie" . . , spare time spent with Y-Teens "Barb" . . . friendly and cooperative . "Gail" . . . avid partaker of hamburgers and . . . likes everything except people with false personalities . . . always cooperative . . . future home-economics major. Co-ed. Vol. 11, Intra. Sports 9, 10, 11, Y-Teens 10, 11, Co-pres. 121 Cl. Comm. 9, 10, 11, 12, H. R. Comm. 9, 10, 11, 12, PENN ALMA 12, Cl. Play 115 Assem. 9, IO, 11, 12, Chorus 9, 10,11,12. French fries . . . adores convertibles, especially if they're red . . , Negative vote for snowy weather. special likes include traveling and reading . . . dislikes trips to dentist . . . post-graduate plans include elementary teaching. Co-ed. Vol. 11, intra. Sports 9, 10, 11, 125 Y- Teens 10, 11, 12, Cl. Comm. 9, 10, 11, 12, Cl. Play 12, Assem. 9, 10, 11, 125 Latin Cl. 9, 10, Chorus 9, 12. VIRGINIA C. MOYER Commercial "Ginny" . . . blonde miss . . . cheeseburgers appeal to this gal but not homework . . . will make a capable secretary in the not-too-distant future. Color Guard. 11. PENN ALMA 12, Assem. 9, II, Usherette CI. 11, 12, Latin Cl. 9, Chorus 9, 10, 11, Sec.-Treas. 12, Color Guard 11. BARRY REMLEY Academic "Rem" . . . all-around sportsman . . . fried chicken and lobster are among his favorite dishes . girls and English are strictly taboo'. . . will major in forestry at Penn Stare. B'baII 9, 10, 11, 12, Soccer 9, 10, 11, 12, Baseball 9, 10, Co-ed. Vol. , , I I I Comm. 12, H. R. Comm. 12, Assem. 9, 10, , Band 9, io, 11, 12. ninety-one JANELLE E. REED Academic "Jan" . . . Co-editor of PENN ALMA . . . "Parlez- vous Francais?" . . . smart taste in clothes . . . "That's fine!" . . . strawberries are her favorite dish . . . will be a research chemist in the future. B'baIl 11, Co-ed, Vol. 11, 12, Intra. Sports 9, 10, 11, 12, Y-Teena 10, 11, 12, PENN POST 9, CI. Comm. 9, 10, 11, 12, H. R. Comm. 10,11, 12, PENN ALMA Co-ed. 12, CI. Play 11, Assem. IO, 11, 12, NHS Sec.-Treas. 11, 12, Latin CI. 9, 10, Band 10, 11, Sec. 12, Chorus 9, 10, 11, 12. NSY MICHAEL D. RUTKOWSKI Academic "Rut" . , . roast beef and gravy fiend . . . another sports-minded senior . . . favorite hobby is cars . . . detests wise guys . . . future plans include chemical engineering. B'baII 9, 10, 11, Co-ed. Vol. 11, 12, CI. Comm. 10, 11, PENN ALMA 12, Assem. 10, 11, 12, Latin CI. 9, 10. WILLIAM ROBERTSON Academic "Bill" 1. . . Key Club prexie . . . oh, that red hair . . . shines in all sports . . . ingenious laugh . . . any kind of food rates high . . . will attend Perm State for teaching or business. B'baII 9, 1o, 11, 12, soccer 9, 10, 11, 12: Co-ed- Vol. 11, 12, Baseball 9, 10, 11, 12, Thespians II, 12, Key CI. 10, 11, Pres. 12, CI. Comm. 11, 12, H. R. Comm. 11, 12, CI. Play 11, Assem. 9, 10, 11, 12, Latin CI. 10. 1 , 1.f , "'1',1,n!,,iw ., A in JANET SCHIFFNER Commercial "Ilanet'1 . . . usually seen wearing a smile . . . Chevies and Hikes Q0 Ove' big with this senior . . . Italian foods are also a favorite of this quiet gal . . . has hopes of becoming a secretary. B'baII Mgr. 9, 10, 11, Co -ed. Vol. 11, 12, Off. CI. 11, Intra. Sports IO, 11, GAA 11, Y-Teens 10, 11, 12, PENNSIDE PARROT 9, H. R. Comm. 10, PENN ALMA 12, Assem. 9, 10, 11, Chorus 9, 10, 12. - ninety-two MK.-N , K JOAN SEIFRIT Commercial "Joan" . . . handles band finances efficiently . . . enjoys most any kind of music . . . co-operative in everything . . . her future ambition is to master the mysteries of busi- ness machines. Y-Teens 10, 11, 12, Lib. Cl. 10, 11, V. Pres. 12, Cl. Comm. 10, 11, 12, H. R. Comm. 12, PENN ALMA 12, Serv. CI. 10, 11, 12, Assem- 9, 10, 11, 12, Band 9, 10, 11, Treas. 12, q RO ylrzvrrqr 'EKLEYI A fi' 1 5,4 SANDRA SHUKER ',, 1 , L ficaiiamlij- 4- , 1111" ' Commercial ' Ladd QU, 7,4 1421, 635, .' A L' f'Sandy" . . . horseback riding is favorite face nfe tion str bafhy pie .l . I ,th habg rttees . . . helps cheer the boys on . . . athlete .jffftb WF a "nfs sezlqriqg-'L'Vhobby . . . lends her talents to class com- uh nlete hical in5erLi147Qi?f ghigl1.f',QlA' U Trac 1Q,f'1111 B' 11,. l1Q,',T,t,L1, Soccer al 9, O, 11, Coaed. Vol-. 11, Intra. Sports 9, 10, 11, 12, Y-Teens 10, 11, 12, Cl. Comm. down 11,516 p people,,. Yzglfy ure incLuQEF1L'14fsr1appy dresser . . . future beautician. af L Bb 1 1 lla 91 l li 10, 1Y,l'12,,,qo-qarwvf11.'11, 12, Key cl. 1o, 11, Trqpqfhi, - Comm. 1o, 11, 12, H. R. COIT1l'1'l.AjO,!11,b1 ,Asse . 10N,1D,!12j Stage 10, 11, 12, H. R. Comm. 12, PENN ALMA 12, Serv. Cl. 12, Assem. 9, 10, 11, 12, Chorus 9, 10, 11, Sec. 12, Maiorette 11, Cheerl. 12. Chorus 9, 10, 11, 12, Dance Band 9, 10, 11, ?Crew NLIC1, 11, 12lfP,rc:ix.5f,Gve1i1r 9, 10, 11, 12: Orch. 12. I Zfjlif' atin 19, 1 . ' ' N , f' . ,. 4 1 ,Aqdnxcfll if V Zin!! 1 ar if L ' VL A I U fjywll flffw nj il rw , 1' "' , 4 if jf, 1 gf wi" if mf' A X 411' X fx' I . ny, . 00 ,,,f LN' M V Alf, VLA 1 XXL 7 'V fy, 2 f" I ,XA .., yy 1 2 - 1 if uf' ' if .1 ROBERT SMALL Academic "Bob" . . . scientific-minded senior . . traveling . . . "pop" tunes and guns are among . enjoys his likes . . . Bob aspires to be a research chemist. 1 cl. comm. 12, 1-1. R. comm. 12, PENN ALMA 12, Assem. 9, 10, 11, 12, Latin CI. 9, 10. - ninety-th ree - GLENN SNYDER Commercial "Glenn" . . . always takes an active part in P.O.D. Classes . . . Mr. Penn's weather expert . . . weakness for ice cream and tomatoes . . future factory worker. Assem. 11. GERALDINE STALLONE Academic "Gerry" . . . ice skating rates high on her list of likes . . . gets the chills when she hears the sound of squealing tires . . . always will- ing to help out during assemblies . . . she will soon be taking temperatures as a nurse. lntra. Sports 11, Thespians 12, Y-Teens 10, 11, 127 PENNSIDE PARROT 97 Cl. Comm. 12, H. R. Comm. 125 Cl. Play 127 Assem. 9, 10, 11, 125 Debating 117 chorus 9, 1o, 11, 12. CAROL SMITH Commercial "Smitty" . . . quiet gal who likes pleasant people . . . long, blonde hair . . . enjoys a plate of rasp- berry ice cream any time . . . the forthcoming years will find her as an office clerk. H. R. Comm. 10, Chorus 10, 11, 125 Assem. 11, 12. CLYMER STEFFEN Academic "Clymer" . . . Italian sandwiches and cake rate high . . . also enfoys popular music and sports . . . dislikes homework and conceited people . . . future plans undecided. Track 10, 11, 125 B'balI 10, 11, 12, Soccer 10, 11, 125 Co-ed. Vol. 11, 127 Cl. Comm. 12. CHRISTINE SWOYER WILLIAM TIEMAN Commercial Academic "Chris" . . . "Well, l never!" . . . just adores "Bill" . . . will always be remembered as "Aaron Hollywood Burgers at the Twin Kiss . . . likes Slick" . . . doesn't like steak any way except rare sociable folks . . . gives no time to people who are . . , interests lie in horses, sports cars, and girls snooty . . . future will find her fulfilling her , , , plang to study physics ay Purdue. ambition YO b0C0f'f10 6 SGCVCWVY- lntra. Sports lip Thespians Il, 125 Cl. Play Il, 125 Cl. Comm. llg H. R. Comm. 'IOp PENN ALMA 12: Assem. 12, Cl. Play 127 Assem. ll, 125 Chorus 9, 10, ll, I2. PATRICK J. TOLLAND Commercial "Pat" . . . always ready for a good time . . . can really play that rock 'n roll on his guitar . . . likes in the food department include spaghetti and French fries . . . future musician in a dance band, Track lip Coved. Vol. llg intra. Sports IO, ily CI. Comm. l2g H. R. Comm. 12: Cl, Play II, l2g Assem. ll, 127 Band 125 Chorus l2g Dance Band ll, I2. - ninety-five - RICHARD L. UNGER Commercial "Rick" . . . lover of veal and hamburgers . . . "don't tell me your troubles" . . . lives for week- ends . . . goes for rock 'n roll . . . pet peeve is homework . . . another future Army man, Intra, Sports 11, 12, CI, Play 12, Assem. 11, 12, Band 9, 10, 11, 12, Dance Band 12. PHILIP WAGNER WARREN C. WEIDMAN Academic Academic "Flip" . . . another lover of lobster tail and French "Warren" . . . co-editor of PENN ALMA . . . devotes fries . . . "for cryin' in a bucket" . . . squeamish much of his time to Key Club and N.H.S. . . . on people get his veto . . . Phil will make his career in the serious side . . . cookies and milk make a hit the field of medicine, with this boy . . . future includes Lehigh and a co-ed. Vol. 11, 12, mira. Sports 10, 11, 12, Key Cafeef In CM' e"9I"ee""'9' CI, 11, 12, PENN ALMA 12, CI. Play 11, Assem. Co-ed. Vol. 11, 12, lntra. Sports 10, 11, 125 Key CI. 9, 10, 11, 12, Latin CI. 10. 10, 11, 12, Cl. Comm. 9, 10, 11, 12, H. R. 9, 10, 11, 12, PENN ALMA Co-Ed. 12, Assem. 9, 10, 11, 12, N.H.S. 11, Pres. 12, Latin Cl. 9, Treas. 10. - ninety-six - ?.. Q' CAROL D. WILSON Academic STEPHEN G. WIENER Academic "Willie" . . . personality plus . . . conservative gal with pretty blond hair . . . likes include hamburgers and French fries . . . enjoys sketching . . . go to Bucknell and receive Bachelor of Arts degree. "Steve" . . , can always think of a witty re- mark . . . tall boy with black curly hair . . . "nasty break" , . . turkey and popular music meet with his approval . . . pre-med student after graduation. Track 11, 12, B'Ba1I 95 Soccer 10, 11, 12, Co-ed. Vol. 11, 125 Intra. Sports 10, 11, 12, Cl. Comm, 9, 10, 11, 12, H. R, Comm. 9, 10, H, 125 Serv. CI. 10, Assem. 9, 10, 11, - Latin Cl. 10. Co-ed. Vol. 11, lntra. Sports 9, 10, 11, Y-Teens 9, 10, V. Pres. 12, PENN POST 9, 10, 11, Cl. Comm, 12, H. R. Comm. 125 Cl. Play - ssem. 9 10, 11, 12, Latin CI. 9, 10, 12,!ynmlf f5 igiflbjyns 12. if L ll ill BARRY WOTRING Commercial "Wot" . . , goes for turkey in a big way , . , favorites include "pop" records, flashy clothes, and sports . . . thumbs down on self-centered people . . . future lies in Business Administration. Track 97 B'ba1I 9, Soccer 10, 11, 12g Co-ed. Vol. 11, 12, lntra. Sports 11, 125 CI. Comm. 10, H. R. Comm. 9, 10, 11, PENN ALMA 12, Cl. Play 11, Assem. 11, 12. - ninety-seven - ESTHER WININGS Commercial "Esther" . . . really goes for hot dogs served at Dairy King . . , enjoys talking to pleasant people . . . thumbs down on conceited folks . . . ambition is to teach or work in an office. Assem. 11, 12, Chorus 12. 4 NANCY ADELIA YOUSE Commercial "Nan" . . . one of the gals on the quiet side . . . among her likes are good books, slow music, and outdoor movies . . . "Gee Whilikers!" . . . loves Italian sandwiches . . , future office worker. Assem. 9, 11. VIRGINIA MAE ZERBE Commercial "Ginny" . . . southern fried chicken and mashed potatoes hit the spot . . . likes people with a warm smile, but bleached hair is out . . . the future will find her keeping her own home. Y-Teens 10, 115 Lib. CI. II, 12, Cl. Comm. 11, 12, H. R. Comm, 9, 10, 11, 12, PENN ALMA 125 Serv. CI. 11, 127 Usherette 12, Chorus 9, 10,II,12. BARRY YODER Academic "Barry" . . . enjoys indulging in steak dinners . . . all outdoorsman who favors hunting and fishing . . . Thinks Chevies are tops . . . dislikes conceited people . . . future plans are undecided. Assem. 11, 12, Proi. Crew 9. PATRICIA L. ZIEGLER Commercial "Pat" . . . her parties will long be remem- bered . . . capable songstress . . ."that gripes me" . . . can't stand fast drivers . , . looks forward to studying voice in Phila- delphia. Co-ed. Vol. 11, 12, Intra. Sports 9, 10, 115 Y-Teens 10, 11, 12, CI. Comm. 9, 10, 11, 12, H. R. Comm. 9, 10, 11, 12, Assem. 9, 10, 11, 125 Chorus 9,10,11,12,Maiorefte11,12. i ir' x I -...f WJ' if LEADERSHIP, PERSONALITY, DEPENDABI LITY . if XS E . s FQ Raw R.. 'SW g rf'ixss4,i tt MR. G. CARL PETTINATO MR. WILLIAM l. PURNELL MR. LEONARD R. WEARNE The Senior Class owes a great deal of gratitude to our three advisors. Mr. Pettinato, Mr. Purnell, and Mr. Wearne and to our class officers who have devoted a great deal of time and effort in making this year a suc- cessful one. Here we find our able Class Officers-Left to right are: P, Reese, Treasurery C. Flanagan, Secretary, J. Diener, Vice Presidentp J. Czarnecki, President. - ninety-nine - SENIOR SUPERLATIVES Gao. MOST SCHOLARLY Maw MOST REPRESENTATIVE Our Senior Class wishes to give recognition to our own senior superla- tives. These seniors were nominated and elected by fellow students. The eight qualities below were the basis for their choice. W4-W BEST LOOKING MOST CO-OPERATIVE ltr one hundred ,Af 67440-!?vp dh-C1 FRIENDLIEST Kar Wat WITTIEST Mmm- JV MOST TALENTED -OH e hundred one XXXXHXXXINX dfzQ,a,...w ,514 BEST ATHLETES BUSINESS ESTABLISHMENTS AND FRIENDS PLAY IMPORTANT ROLE The Senior Class of 1957 would like To acknowledge The merchanTs and business- men who have conTribuTed generously To insure The financial success of The 1957 Penn Alma. As you glance Through This book in The years To come, These esTablish- menTs will bring back fond memories of The pasT. Probably The mosT ouTsTanding facTs in our successful campaign To acquire ads for This year's book was The compeTiTive spiriT caused by The formaTion of sales Teams made up of every member of The Senior Class. We would like To acknowledge The efforTs puT forTh by each. Carol Wilson's Team won wiTh a grand ToTal of S220 worTh of ads and Clymer STeffen's Team was sec- ond. The highesT number of paTrons was won by Clymer STeffen's Team, which had 131 paTrons. ,Q ra?-5 .:':'-x-'t - 1 . f-":1-J.3?f!-'?"'- .Q-zsbirffri?-2'f?:-izewziaffiif g. .g?a1E.'1" 1S7e"f,:'.2-'EWFFffidgifki .gy ,,f.a:'-z.-.,-3+,g4rf:.'.- -E isbn, -:saw I ,gs . 23: -:.4f.Af.1' '-'4-41 45.22 jf? 1-15: ,f-in - J 637252-!'35-ji-' 151 i " -1? f .g ., Q1-' X- . In ,. vurvi '-.J-5.- 4 ' r i ':.'sT"'.--3? L-' ' -fziii 15551 1 .. w. 41'-2:21 - . ,As Q X-1 .1 ,nl . at..-I-,.Q?'4:, .- 5233 I. I ' '..ji.- -, T ' j 1' A:-I . ,lg-4.1: v .. 1" ?7:.V?'l'l" if il. ',', -,K . :HI ,j,.:g,...., , .., Lf .ru . . p 0 ,. , .Mg .Wil . N ,., It - .'-Lt' .1-lu -.lg-L" Q 1 --'fffff' --134:-,.:'-M ,. ' 'L ' .. 5 V 'vgq,,, ,. . , ,UV , 1 . , , -irq ,.,,3f..gmgf ,,-5:34 r...g.,n y0','.fffyLf.C- . ' ,, . , , -f. , ..u QF: -"eil: P. -.,--,'.,, QMQWIQP -'-.1-1 - -, -.,... 2- --1,44 QFQAT-K.iQ'QI", 5 u4'Ag.'f2.f!f5"J V7 ','.. '. ' -g KZ: 'jmfv if ffpz'-',,.. , ..'r'-154 u,,r"-.- , . .' 'g 1.1,-,'!-T n ,,f,-4343, , .Nxgg-. E ua.. -,M V- Z.. - .. 5 fic:-1 ''Is'-61w'5r',-if-?lI5'si7'91'f'1 5T'li'i4"' "EI, 1. -1'-'ith--"-.1 ' :Liv '52 'L iff- V' ' ' , . "'--ws... Te M R ni- 1,-ii.. ,,-1 .. .I,,w,, ,,- ..v' nz- isa-vfnvgY5.'--sr'--9,1-'f--. 'wan .-' f -,ns-.M "u:,4b,,l - .1-. -s ..wm2.-,-.--3, :ug Q. .---no si, 'kb H. - one hundred Two - ' '1ii.'9Efi':w."- .Qii jqxrltl' 'XX .. 'K 5" ," lk... lk 'E 5 A am f. Rf: 41 HV., M W 2.54 Ei 2 A u n 4 4 ' -'ww .W-' 5 , LL Rx, V' ,G .. M f,.,. ,.g NW-4.-,.+.,Q vw - - I gh. ,-Q . W, A. 'i , E15 M wax , , w.'ff,m .Y at V K X 'Q' .V T.. ' lf 'faq ' 5' 'X 1 ' i Q21 5' , if ,mhmfu 'sg - , I . ng- U Mr. and Mrs T.HOSE wilo HAVE FINANCIALLY A A . Mr. and Mrs. Sol Abrams Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Adams A Friend A Friend A ' Friend - A Friend I Mr. and Mrs. Arthur B. Allison Miss Ellen Anderson I Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. Russell Ansbach Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Aulenbach Mr. Grant Aulenbach , Mrs. J. C. Aulenbach Mr. and Mrs. Wilson. Aulenbach Miss Alice Auman , Dr. and Mrs. Michael Austin' Mr. ,and Mrs. Charles Azzolina Mr. and Mrs. James 5. Babbs ' Mr. and Mrs. Edward Babczak Mr. and Mrs. 'George Bach Mrs. Emily W. Baker Mrs. A. J. Carey ' ' Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Chiarelli Mr. and Mrs., Jack Chiarelli ' ' Chiarelli Bros. Record Dept. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy F. Christman Mr. and Mrs. Harold Clothler Mary Jane Colle V N Mr. Terrence E. Connor Esq. Mr. and Mrs. John S. Conrad Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord A.tCrozier Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crum Miss Jane Cunnius - John A. Czamecki Robert Czamecki J o Rommie Daughtry A ' Mr. and Mrs.'James F. Dautrich Mr. and Mrs. Warren Dautrich Mr. and Mrs. John R. Davis Miss Sandra Lee Deibler V ' DeLuca's Camera Center A Miss! Betty J. Deppen - Mr. Lloyd,J. Deppen Miss Loretta L. Deppen Rev. and Mrs. Charles M. Fitz 'Mr. and Mrs. 'James Fitzgerald Mr. and Mrs. John J. Flanagan Dr. and Mrs. R. C. Flowers . Mr. and fMrs. John D. Forester Ralph G. Hill Mrs. William T. 'Hillegass Mr. and'Mrs. Edward Hirstius Mr. and Mrs. Gorden Hoch Mr. and Mrs. Melbert Hoffman ' Catherine Frenz A Mr. and Mrs. Mark Freedman ' Mrs. Florence Frey Rev. and Mrs. Clyde l. Fry , G Bamey Ganster A Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Garber Mrs. Dorothy Gardner - i Mr. and Mrs. John R. Gearhart Miss Anita A. Geiger ' Richard E. Gelsinger Mr. and Mrs. Willard Gelsinger ' Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Gensler A George The Barber . Q George and Bonnie A Mrs. Nellie Hoffman Dr. James H. Holzman Mr. and Mrs. Richard Horn ' A Mr. and Mrs. Noah Homing Mr. and Mrs . Edwin Horst Mr.,and Mrs. Fred Howard, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Philip K. Howard h Jennie Hug Mr. and Mrs es . . Raymond Humbert Mr. and Mrs. P. R. Humphreys Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Hunsbarger Mr., and Mrs. Robert Hunsberger Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hunsberger -Mr. and Mrs. William Hunsberger . D. G. Huyett ' Mr. and Mrs. Frederick D. Gerhard Mr. LesterxC. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. cart- A - J James Gilbert H. Robert Gilbert Richard Bauman LeRoy Dime' Pam Bierly n Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Adam ,E me r. asker ' . Bard ' Mr. and Mrs. Ernest L. Barth Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Barthold ' .Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. John E. Beadencup Mr. and Mrs. Jack .Beane , Beck Bros. Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Becker, Sr. ' Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Beggs - Mrl and Mrs. Billinger's Mr., and Mrs. Leon Bell Richard Birney Mr. Richard D. Bishop Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Bixler X Mr. and Mrs. Walter Blekicki Mr. and Mrs. William Boardington Mr. and Mrs, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Borden ' John Border J. Carl Borelli Mr. and'Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. DeTuck ' 1 F. Ji 'Didyoung Mr. and Mrs. Sarhuel Diehl Mr. and Mrs. Susie DeReezo A , William C. Dower , Miss Barbra Jane Dreibelbis Mr. and Mrs. Karl G. Dreibelbis Mr. and Mrs. Dreisbech . ' Miss Mary Dunkelberger ' Mr., and Mrs. Dynerman ' Mr. and Mrs. George Eben Dr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Max Echenberg John H, Eckenroth Mr. and Mrs. Carl-N. Edwards' , Mr. and Mrs.-Warren Eggers, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Ehst I ' Emanuel Eifert' f Ma.. Sally Jan 'Gilbert , Mr.1and Mrs. Joseph Gmeiner Mr. Louis Goldberger George L. A. Gpll I f , Mr. and Mrs. Paul Goodrich ' Mr. and Mrs. William H. Green- l Uhalgh " , I Mrs. Ross Grieves Mr. and.Mrs. Donald Griffith Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Gromis- ' Mr. and Mrs. John'L. Grubb Miss Nancy, Grube' Mr. and Mrs. Peter Guerrier , . , pg ' - Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Haag . Mr. and Mrs. Alben Haas Mrs. Hadeline V Mrs. Bertha Hafer ' A Hafer's Esso Mr. and Mrs. Al Hafetz Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Boyer ' Robert Boyer A Mr. and Mrs. Harold Boone, Jr. Nancy Ann-Boone 1 . Mr. ,and Mrs. Charles F. Botwright, Jane M. Bradbury Mrs. Mae E. Brady Mr. Charles'A. Brechbeil Carl Brickel A ' ' 1 I Anna M., Brown A , .Mr. and Mrs. James Buckley Mr. and Mrs. Carl Burkholder Mrs. Raymond' Burky V Mr. Frank P. Busch A Miss Gloria Byram' Q C' 'Mr. and Mrs. Richard J.'Carnpbell ,Mr. and Mrs. 'Charles Ceppel , A X , i I I .l. Miss 'Harriett Ellison ' Mrs. Elsie D. Elliott X' I Nljrs. Bessie Englehart X Calvin Englehart Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hartman Robert Hagy . William Hagy ' V Nevin Hartline Mrs. Henry Huyett . ' J I Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Jacobs Johnnyiand Ginny , Mr. and Mrs. 'Bobby Johnson Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Julius Joseph A Joseph's Store ' '.'K Mr. and Mrs. Gerald J. Kachel Mr. and Mrs. Beniamin Kalish Dr. and Mrs. Bemard Kaplan Mr. and Mrs. Norman Kaplan Mr.' and Mrs. Joseph Kasper Mr. and Mrs. Stuart R. Keith Miss Carolyn Keller V' Mr. and Mrs. W. Fred Keller Kinney Shoes ' Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kisllng I Klein's Gulf Service r , ' Mr. and Mrs. Bertram Kline Mr. and Mrs. Frederich Kline Mr. and 'Mrs. Paul L. Kline Mr. and Mrs. John W. Klink Mrs. lrene'C. Knecht , Mrs. Sera- Knepper Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Knoll Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Epler V I Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Erdman Bonnie, Marlin, and Larry, Ermold Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Ermold Mr. and.Mrs.- Jack Evans Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Fahnestocl: Earl Fake, Sr. Mr. and Mrs Earl E. Fakel Jr. . , Mr.- and Mrs. Paul Faranda ' Dr. and Mrs. David N. Farber M. Dorothy Faust J I Mr. and Mrs. Michael Ferrari A 'A Mr.,-and Mrs. Richard- Fink Mr. and Mrs. Arthuril. Fisher f Miss ,Phyl Fisher '. Mr. and Mrs. Hartman ' Mrs. Kalope Harvan " . Mr. and Mrs. Luther Hassel Mr. and Mrsl Charles Hauck ' Heb's A , h A Reverend rand. Mrs, Mervin A. Heller V Carl and William Koch X - Mrs..Evelyn Kohl A Charles C. Kolevas Kotts ' ' Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Krafft Mr. and Mrs. Al Krichmar Mr. and Mrs. Gershom Krom Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs., Mr. and Mrs. Mr. andQMrs. Theodore R. Heller Joseph Hendreckson James A. Henschal Earl Herflicker 3 Chester Herman I Andrew Hess . . Mr. and Mrs. John AL il-libschman' Mr. and Mrs. Mr. 'and Mrs.. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur W. Hill. I J. Stanley Hill Martin- L.' Hill rl- one hundredfour-' J A V L . Mr. and,Mrs..Linford Landis, Jr. . 39507 l-me Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Leier, Sr. Frederick Leier, Jr. . . I Miss Doris A. Leinlnger 1 .Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Y. Leininger Anna M. Lensbach A ' " Lemer Shops ' t AIDED us Ed. Leusndowski Mr. and Mrs. William H. LeVan Mr. .and Mrs. Joseph Levin larbara L. Levine Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Levine Larry Levy Mr. and Mrs. Ted Levy Mr. and Mrs. Alfred F. Lilenfelt Mr. and Mrs. John H. Lincoln Mr. and Mrs. Glenn W. Linderrnan Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. William Llndner Leon Litner P-Q Edwin F. Palm Mrs. Kay Paskos Mr. and Mrs. Bob Pearson Mr. and Mrs. Burt M. Paull Donald Peterson Mr. Carl Pettinato Mr. and Mrs. J. Luther Plank V Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Jean Prios William I. Pumell James Qusrns ' Mr. Allen R. Schutt Mr. and Mrs. Merlin H. Schwam- bach Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Seiger Mr. and Mrs. John Seifarath Mr. and Mrs. Judson Severns Mrs. Jeanette Shelter Lorraine Shelter Mr. and Mrs. John L. Sharadin Mr. J. Lloyd Sharetts Sheetz's Confectionery Mr. and Mrs. Jack B. Sherman Charles and Judith Lloyd Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Lloyd Mr. and Mrs. Charles Long 'Mr. and Mrs. Raymond C. Lucas Miss Suzanne R. Lucas Mrs. William J. Lucas Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Lud- wig, ln Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ludwig - M , Mrs. Sara Mr. Mack Mack's Auto Repairs Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rachman Mr. Donald G. Raker Mr. and Mrs. Elmer D. Readinger Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ream Miss Anna Rearden . Mr. and Mrs. Oscar S. Reed Dr. and Mrs. R. K. Reeder Mrs. Lila Sherman Mr. and Mrs. Owen Shockley Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Shulter Mrs. Mary E. Mr. and Mrs. Shultz Bemard Shuman Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shurr Simmons Esso Servicenter Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sload Mr. and Mrs ML .nd Mn Dr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mellow Fred Malsnee Mr. and Mrs. William H. Marlatt Mr. and Mrs. Donald Martin Mr. and Mrs. John Martin Mary's Bridal and Dress Shop Mr. and Mrs Mr. Nevin S. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. . Vincent Matthews Mat! F. J. McCrudden J. P. Mdioey Mr. and Mrs. Donald McLaughlin Mr. and Mrs . Irvin J. Mengel Mr. Joe F. Msnges Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Merkel Mr. and Mrs. . Joseph A. Mlller . Leonard E. Miller Winteikl Miller Willard J. Miller Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. . Walter Mitchell Patrick A. Moraw Curtis R. Moyer Mrs. Luther D. Moyer . Oliver Moyer Mr. and Mrs. James Reese Patricia l.. Reese A Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Reaser, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Reesar, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Reinert Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Miss Barbara Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel H. Reiniger Philip Relnlger William Remley William Renshaw A. Rentschler Morris Rentschler Merlin Ressler Lewis Rhoads William E. Richter , George H. nur. Charles Ritch Miss Patricia Small Mr. and Mrs. Robert W: Small Mrs. James H. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Ray Smith Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Snyder Mrs. Elmer S. Snyder Mr. and Mrs. James Snyder Jim Snyder Mr. and Mrs. Raymond W. Snyder Shirley Ann Snyder Mr. and Mrs. Alben H. Sonon Geraldine Stallone Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Stallone . Wilbur P. Stauffer Mr. and Mrs. Paul Steffe Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Steffen Mr. Ray Tomlinson Mr. and Mrs. James P. Tolland Patrick J. Tolland Mrs. B. W. Troutman Mr. Curtis C. Troutman U-V Mr. and Mrs. Gerald W. Ullman Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Upperman Upside Down Store ' Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Van Lear W C. M. Waegele Mr. and Mrs. William A. Wagner Mrs. Carl Walley Mr. and Mrs. J. Clifford Walters Frederick Wanner . Mr.' and Mrs. Walter Wanner Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe H. Ward Mrs. Ethel J. Wayne Michael A. Waxman Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Weame Mr. and Mrs. George Weber and Beverly Mr. and Mrs. Charles Weidman Warren C. Weidman Weinefs Clothing- Store Mr. and Mrs. David R. Waller Mr. and Mrs. George Wells Nel-Near Ladies and Klddies Shop Barry Wentzsl Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Wentzel Miss Gloria Wemar Jerry Werner Mr. and Mrs. Grant Wesnar Mr. and Mrs. Barry F. Whitman Il Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Riley R. Moyer Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Moyer Mr. and Mrs. Roy W. Moyer Mt. Penn Hobby and Photo Shop Mt. Penn Tailor Shop Mrs. Batty Naylor Mrs. Samuel D. Nain Mr. and Mrs. Augustus Ninfo Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ninfo Mr. and Mrs. Robert Northeimsr O Mr. Karl Victor Oberhausar Mr. and Mrs. Raymond 0'Grattls Mrs. Helene E. Ott Mr. and Mrs. John T. Ritter Mr. and Mrs. Harold I. Robertson Robert R. Roland Mrs. N. R. Ramer Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Rothenberger Mr. and Mrs. Allan R. Royle Mrs. C. L. Rudolph Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Russell S Mr. and Mrs. S. Sakin Mr. and Mrs. George Sanders Mrs. Edna M. Sands . Dr. and Mrs. Charles R. Saul Scottles Trading Post Mrs. Helen Seidel . Mr. and Mrs. Schein Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Scheuring Rona Scheuring Nina Schauring Miss Janet Shiffner Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Schiffner ' Mr. and Mrs. James M. Schildt Mr. and Mrs. J. Wilmer Schlldt Mr. and Mrs. Schlegel Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Schlegel Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schmitz, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Henry Schneider Mrs. Emma Schoanly Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schooley Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. Steltey Mr. and Mrs. John Stewart, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. James Stevenson Mrs. Sophia Stewart Mr. and Mrs. UM. W. Stratton Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Stoner Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs . Harold M. Stover . A. Stump Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Sturgis Mr. and Mrs . John Suchomelly Mr. and Mrs. David Sulzbecher . Michael Sustello Mr. and Mrs. Herman T. Weiner Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Williams Miss Paula B. Williams Mr. and Mrs. Robert Williams Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Williamson Miss Carol Wilson ' Mr. and Mrs. F. Farrar Wilson Mrs. William H. Wisler Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wisswesser Mr. and Mrs. Jr. Mr. and William D. Witters, Fred Wlttlch John Sweetwood Johnny Swienskowski Mr. and Mrs. Richard Swope Mr. and Mrs. Stewart W. Swoyer T Mrs. Pearl Taksa I Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Tarves Ethel Thamarus Mr. and Mrs. B. Wiley Thaxton Mr. and Mrs. Winsor Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Walter Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Alben Tice . Sheldon Tice Mrs. Katherine Tleman William C. Tieman Mr. William W. Tleman Mr. and Mrs. George Todaro - one hundred five - Mrs. Elizabeth B. Wolfe Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wolfe Mr. and Mrs. Earl S. Wotrlng Y Kleyre Yeager Miss Joan Yetzer R Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Yetzer Frank Yodhr ' Nancy A. Youse Z Mr. me mn. :emi A. mu Dr. and Mrs. Herman M. Zeidrnan Mau Alarlene Ziegler Patricia L. Ziegler Miss Shirley T. Ziegler Mr. and Mrs. Casimir Zaillnski Mr. and Mrs. David Zimmerman DIAMONDS WATCHES JEWELRY CHARLES G. WILLSON CO. CHARLES L. BOYER MONROE F. GANSTER Re'I'aiI and Mfg. Jewelers Esiablished I865 5I0 Penn Square Reading, Pa. Telephone 23643 A. W. GOLDEN, INC. 80I Lancasfer Avenue READING. PENNA. Cadillac-PonI'iac GMC Trucks Phone FR 4-9778 THE CRAFTSMAN PRINTING CO. Offsei' and LeHerpress 553 FRIEDENSBURG ROAD PENNSIDE, READING. PA. The Bes+ in Food . . . STUMP'S MT. PENN MEAT MARKET I3 N. 23rd S+. GORDON B. RISHEILL Sales RADIO Service Since I924 Tubes and Accessories Keep yo ing 'Ihem ADDESSO SHOE SERVICE here for repairs. Full soling is our specially. We carry a full 22I2 PERKIOMEN AVE. Iine of shoe care supplies. MT. PENN, PA. Phone 2'b782 2I So. 23rcI S+. MI. Penn Al+era+ions on dresses. suiis and coais. All FIowersTBuy work guaranieed and professionally done. PAUL E. HECK 26I3 Perkiomen Ave. MI. Penn Phone 5-3257 I Melrose Ave. Sfony Creek MiIIs MRS. JOHN ALBRIGHT Phone 4-3049 or 7-OIO4 DisIinc'I'iveIy Differeni' Corsages for AII Occasions Baskeis-S prays-PIan+s Gardens-Bouquers-Pillows -One-Hundred-Six- ur foofwear in good shape by bring- You lmow l'd iusi' love 'lo meei' you again for lunch a+ fhe Crystal." mybfal RESTAURANT W PENN 69053 uname Huumvum Refresh Without Filling The Lighf Refreshmeni' Complimems of NICK CILIBERTI, Ponfiac a Also Complefe Line FRIEND of Foreign Cars 633 Lancas+er Avenue and Ku+z'l'own Roacl -One-Hundred-Sevem Convenienf offices af which you can make de- W ' posifs every banking day befween 9 A.M. and 3 P.M., and on Fridays unfil 6 P.M., are imme- diafely available fo you. - Open your savings accounf af one office, make tlggggzf XM 35-43 NORTH Fiffh and Penn Sfreefs Lancasfer Avenue and Noble Sfreef Riverside Office. 2040 Cenfre Ave. MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT your deposifs af any office. SIXTH STREET Ninfh and Spring Sfreefs Wyomissing Valley Office, Mohnfon Temple Office 4950 Kufzfown Road INSURANCE CORPORATION REAL esmre INSURANCE GAL'-MAN.S 51 ..., ,.,,iI "ing Cleaners and Dyers A Qualify Work af a W' PRlN-l-Z Reasonable Cosf Realfor Member Mulfi-Lisf 2309 Perkiomen Ave. I50I Hampden Blvd. MT. PENN. PENNA. READING. PENNA. Call for and Delivery Service I250 Roosevelf Avenue STONY CREEK MILLS Call Reading 6-746I Tel. 2-45I0 Tel. 5-7837 Complimenfs fo fhe class of '57 A L , ANDTRVST CO. op READING BEAUTY SHOP I430 Friedensburg Rd. READING, PENNA. Cafering fo fhe Discriminafing Phone 6-0053 Member Federal Reserve Sysfem. Member Federal Deposif Insurance. The Bank of Friend- ly Service. We lnvife You 'I-o Visif and Use Our Branches . . . Ample Parking. Fiffh and Walnuf Second and Spring 234 N. Mill Sf. Birdsboro, Pa. -One-Hundred-Eight CE REPAIRING FURNA CLEANING INSTALLATION STITZER 81 MENGEL Tinsmifh and Sheef Mefal Work All Types Roofing and Spoufing Phones: 2-0917 I 008 Green S+ree+ 2-2244 Reading, Penna. SAFETY FIRST-Are Your Brakes-S+eering -Lighis-Tires OK7 Le+ Us Check Them 'for You and Be Sure! SPECIAL! - Brakes Relined - Mos? Cars SI8.00-Brakes A.II.I.+e.I-AII cm SI.00- JACOB G, KEEHN TUNE-UP 6-CYLINDER CARS 54.50 Plus Paris ' ' Fronf End AIignmen+ and Wheel Balancing Everylhmg ,lo Bulld With Bear Equipmen+-Generaior and Sfarf- Anyfhlng er Exchange Service-Specializing in CHRYS- LER Producfs-Worlr Done Nighfs by Ap- PA, poinimenf-All Worl: Guarenfeed-One-Day SIOP- Phone Y.H. 9-66II OFFICIAL INSPECTION STATION NO. 9l45 MACK'S AUTO REPAIRS I455 Friedensburg Rd., Sfony Creelr fe Home and Au+o Supplies I Sporiing Goods N , I1 I I FI ",i"i,i11'?f3 Q, RITE AUTO SUPPLY, INC. P' Il ' Worlh Wh'le I Everyihing jor 'I'hedAu+omobiIe ' ' "H +-R " H WHITE s. HOPKINS GARAGE MJZI Cgomplel? Qilfeli GENERAL REPAIRING Re-Bum PWS - - - BRAKE CYLINDERS GENERATORS O"e"""""9Q3::3jn9'W'sh"'9 CARBURATORS SHOCK ASSOIEBERS FUEL PUMPS WATER P MP Official Inspecfion S'I'a+ion , Day and Nighi Service looo Penn Sl'-I Readme 2 3l6 Couri' S+ree+ Reading, Pa. Phone 34000 RENT A MODERN TUXEDO... ELI SKAIST 'Frank Kush's I I an S O REALTOR. 1 13 7:31 1 0 o INSURANCE 0 N 766 N.12th ST. 28ll Perlciomen Ave. Rudlng, Perma. READING- PA- MODERN FORMAL AND SPORTSWEAR Phone 6498' Dial 6-OI78 Member Mulii-Lisf 4-6002 One-Hundred-Nine- KAGEN'S. INC. Complimenfs of SporI'ing Goods Jewelry PI1o+o Supplies F. W. WOOLWORTH CO. 64l Penn S+ree+ 530 Penn Square READING- PA- Phone 3-5 I 88 Reading, Pa. 9. :ER TERSUHOW'S J""'6 CompIimen+s of 'O Reading's Besi' Liked SI'ore hmlw He'd"uI?e'li1?+,IoRN'g1'IIZj Z'SI,aiII'd'e"'s SINGER SEWING MACHINE 404-406 Penn SI'reeI'-Reading, Phone 35I55 COMPANY 748 Penn S+., Reading, Pa. Pa. "Good Luck" PARKS 7+h and Penn Sfreeis READING. PA. SIMMON'S ESSO SERVICENTER ART AND BILL SIMMON Phone: 3-9688 2I00 Howard Blvd. MI. Penn Reading, Pa. -One-Hundred-Ten- Complimen+s of RAYCO AUTO SEAT COVER COMPANY Philadelphia and Boyerfown Pikes Ml- Penh Phone 5-5284 VENETIAN BLINDS AWNINGS JAMES N. HUNSBERGER Combinafion Aluminum Sform Windows and Doors 7 Myrfle Avenue Phone 3-0356 Srony Creek Mills Reading, Penna. EXETER GOLF COURSE Quxxmnb JACKSONWALD, PA. Club and Cari- Ren+aI non num on cnnmno JACK CHIARELLI, Prop. Phone Phone 735 Penn S+ree+ Reading, Pa. -One-Hundred-Elevem Mila, R007 B599 EXCELSICJR BOTTLING COMPANY I7 Fairview S+ree1' READING, PA. Phone 4-I I3I THE JEANETTE RAVEN SHOP 231 Wes+ Lancasier Avenue Shillingfon, Penna. DRESSES SPORTSWEAR Com plimenis PENNSIDE PHARMACY NATHAN RAVETZ, Ph.G. 26+h and Park S'I'ree1's Pennside, Reading PENNSYLVANIA Phone Reading 5-0000 NUEBLlNG'S A+hle+ic Equipmeni' Pho'I'o Finishing Fishing Tackle Corner 9+h and Penn S-I'ree+s Phone 4-8253 Reading's Leading Clo+hiers Ou'I'fi1's Them All! CROLL and KECK 622 Penn S'l'ree+ Phone 450l3 -One-Hundred-Twelve- PAUL R. ESHELMAN I07 Nor1'I1 23rd SI'ree+ Mi. Penn Phone 4-7855 NORGE GIFTS APPLIANCES PHILCO TELEVISION Phone CompIimen+s of JEROME HERMAN Room-se SIDING INSULATION Q STORM WINDOWS DOORS BOIhrlbshculkforRC 2fLMSov.':1'h 23acI Zfreei' . nn, ea Ih peinsylmi. 9 Burzesss TOM sTuLTs WAYSI DE POTTERY Insfrucfions, Supplies and Gif+s I250 Carsonia Avenue STONY CREEK MILLS Reading, Pa. I I - I -One-HLIncIrecITTI1ir+een- MELCO HARDWARE STORE I460 Friedensburg Road STONY CREEK MILLS, PA. Hardware-Housewares-Building Supplies Giffs-Power Tools Lawn Supplies BEST WISHES TO CLASS OF l957 Phone 4-740I We Deliver Complimenfs of TWIN-KISS DRIVE IN 9I6 Carsonia Avenue FOR YOUR GRADUATION PROM Whiie Orlon Dinner Jaclcei' Black or Midnighi Blue Trousers Cummerbunds Open Daily 7:30 fo 6:00-Thurs. Till 9 49' and so so TAILORS C"' Sh. AND SPORTSWEAR 53644 Compleie Renfal Service PENNSIDE Proper FiHing Insured Formal Tux for Purchase SPECIALTY Weddings and Formal Occasions Park a+ BYLER-5 THE BEER TRUCK Com and Poplar SIS' 2760 Perlciomen Avenue READING. PA. Readings' Largesi' Indoor Parking Phone FR-5-I 695 -One-Hundred-Four'Ieen- 1 1 I ,l, 1 1 Compliments of the NOUELIERS' Music for All Occasions Phone 3-5748 Complimenis of R. G. HILL COMPANY Sform Windows and Doors I56 Madison Avenue HYDE PARK WELLER Complimenfs APPLIANCE COMPANY of 3933 Perkiomen Avenue MT. PENN pHARMACY Reiff+on. Reading, Pa. - -One-Hundred-Fif+een- BAER'S TEXACO SERVICE STATION LEROY H. BAER, Proprielor Tires-BaH'eries-Accessories MI. Laurel Road 2 Miles Easl' of Temple Telephone 9-4889 DIDYOUNG AGENCY Real Es'I'a1'e and Insurance MT. PENN LUPPOLD HEATING CO., INC. I207 Nor'I'h llfh Sfreel' READING, PA. Phone 6-7I45 Gas Oil Coal "LEFTY" REESER'S Spor+ing Goods Open Evenings Till 8:30 One W. Broad S+. Shillinglon Phone 7-220l Bes'l' Wishes From +he SUBURBAN TAVERN MARY'S DOG HOUSE Luncheonefle Sf. Lawrence Ave. and Bingeman S+. ITALIAN SANDWICHES ' HAMBURGERS HOT DOGS I ,Rm A S FRENCH mes "H WI' ""l '..,,5f, ' Tw1N.suneen G DELIGHTS ' lc: CREAM A- ' ' I""'+0 35C 95 I eHuce Mayonnaiso Phone 3-9664 Orders io Take Ouf THE RHYTHM-HEIRS "Music as You Like l'I"' Wedding Receplion Clubs Parlies Banqueis PAT-G ER RY-BAR RY-TO NY Complimenfs of THE BOOK MART Corner Six+h and Courf "Headquarfers for Your School Needs" -One-Hundred-Six'Ieen- CARL G. LORAH ATLANTIC DEALER-AAA sekvlce 22nd. and Howard Blvd. MI. Penn Reading, Pa. Phone 3-9538 Besi' Wishes BELTONE HEARING SERVICE 608 Washingion SI. Reading, Pa. Phone 2-4I97 JOSEPH L. SIMMONS. Dist Complimenfs of MT. PENN KEY CLUB Ill, E I R I s l L, ,I PNA1xQ l ':..-97 I 1,11 Slore Hours 9 +o II Daily PI'l0h6 2-9297 HAGMAYER'S '?"55-'ii 25+h and Park Sis. Pennside DOLLY MADISON ICE CREAM Early's Old Fashioned ChocoIa'I'es Groceries, Frozen Foods Magazines, Sunday Papers Tobaccos. Gif+s C. FARM AGENCY Farms . Sales and Service Mor+gages . Long Term Insurance Represen+a+ive 203 N- SIXII1 Sf B. SHOCKLEY Reading. Pa- Franlz CaIpino's CALCO SUPERETTE MARKET Heidelberg Ave. and Cross S+. Sfony Creek Mills. Penna. FRESH MEATS-GROCERIES FROZEN FOODS-PRODUCE Phone 3-lI8I for Delivery Congra+ula+ions fo fhe Class of '57 HEBERLING'S KEYSTONE STCRE 25+h and Gran? Sis. :6ne-Hundred-Sevenfeem .IUHN F. LUTZ, Inc. Complimenfs of cjwanilfwce anal ALLISON MEDICAL SUPPLY CO. Jfpovc gygtingj 438-440 Elm S'I'ree+ READING, PA. 3559 S+. Lawrence Ave. Phone 2-ol I5 Reading, Pa. I -Inf-gg., I q, . 4"f nun -I I J- W- I-E I N BACH , IXJV AL ' " , -f-. f2':':f23ii:Q r' I I t fr-f -Lv: f.': E I Phone 2-86 I 3 ,Z "A1 .,. 1 2239 Perkiomen Avenue, MI. Penn, Reading, Penna. FREE DELIVERY SERVICE CONVENIENT PARKING AREA 1 ' y Hamillon and Fi'H'y Years Elgin Wafches of Service PAUL J. GANSTER OLEWI LERIS Wafchmalcer and Jeweler los sou+h Six+h s+ree+ Homemade Po+a+o Chips READING, PA. Bell Phone F've PoinI's Phone 3-I36I DIAMONDS 2-7543 I STARDUST LUNCHEONETTE Complimenh l0I'h and Buffonwood S'l'reei's of Dial 3-9846 REIFFTON DAIRY CO. HOT AND COLD DRINKS Known for Their Famous Sleek and Halian Sandwiches Ham on Roll -One-Hunclrecl-Eighieem 4 I All The Big Picfures Come 'I'o The MAJESTIC THEATRE Our Produci' Is En'l'er+ainmenI' Firsi' , Only Run The F Besi' O A A Hifi" " amiPeaG0 amd? " M E ar K v Stn.. C 5,0 4-5-12134611 yEcMk E N I . C Q A Films is s N up: Films E 'C "ATTENTION sENloRsr' SENIOR HOPE CHEST CLUB "Charlie" 9l4 Pennclale Avenue Pennside Phone 5-8364 STAINLESS STEEL SILVER FLATWARE CHINA COOKWARE HAND PAINTED ETC. UNBREAKABLE Besi' Wishes 'For Your Fuiure -One-HundredIine+:en- - - EARL W. KI DD JOHNNY CompIe'I'e Insurance Service JOE 536 N. zs+h s+. CP-ROLE Ph. FRanIcIin 3-0357 PAT READING. PA. For Hospitality Coca-Cola 'Y 3 -QI M CSG-f 'Ed 6 CompIimenI's of fl? YODER'S GARAGE HAFER's Esso gf- A SERVICE STATION W , Tires-BaHeries-Accessories Experl' Care Washing aI' HOWARD BOULEVARD Q YODER'S GARAGE Phone 4-0936 -One-HuncIred-TwenIy- Cramp Funeral Home Cenler Avenue and Spring Sl'ree'l's READING. PENNA. Radio Controlled YELLOW TAXI Call Reading 4-5l II Prompl Day or Nile Economical Courleous PEERLESS CENTRAL RENNO Reading- Reading- Reading- 3-5289 4-5l I4 3-5207 RUSSELL J. ESSLINGER Insurance of All Kinds 3I NORTH 6TH STREET L Pllone 4-2263 Reading, Pa. F Complimenfs of KLEIN'S I" N x -One-Hundrecl-Twen'fy-One- CompIimenI's of I'he PEOPLES HOUSEHOLD SUPPLY CO. 2242 Woodvale Ave. MT. PENN WICKLEIN'S SERVICE STATION Repairing . Greasing . Inspeciion Phone Birdsboro 2-478I Gibralfar, Pa. JACOBESON LAWN MOWERS SoIcI Repaired I Birdsboro 25 I 97-25 I 9 I PERCY BROWN NURSERY 81 CONTRACTORS LANDSCAPING CARPENTER WORK MASON WORK GENERAL CONTRACTING General Line of Nursery SI'ocIc aI' Our Nurseries GIBRALTAR. PA. I'IOFFMAN'S LIBERTY FOOD STORE R'I'e. 83, EasI' of Gibraliar Phone Birdsboro 27552 -We Deliver- GROCERIES COLD CUTS VEGETABLES MEAT HOLLYWOOD FILM SERVICE 84I Penn SI'ree'I' CAMERAS AND PROJECTORS FOREST HILLS MEMORIAL PARK, INC. "The Cemefery BeauI'i'fuI" -One-HundrecI-Twen'I'y-Two- Iii Call MERLIN D. ZIEGLER When You Neeei CompIimen+s of K. HELEN LANDIS BEVERAGES l90l Fairview S+. Dial FR 3.4209 READING, PENNA. IRearI 2I I3 Fairview S+. MT. PENN, PA. HOW wt QV I Complimenfs of +I1e NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY A ASTOR JEWELERS GI a I F A 'k c 742 Penn Sfreef a YS ' re erm Q, Phone 2-6450 ABRAHAM LINCOLN HOTEL X 'i O READING. PA' 445 Washingfon Sfreei' Q A LINENS JEWELRY GIFTS Complimenfs A of 'he FRIEND JUNIOR CLASS -One-Hundred-Twen+y-Three- Complimen'l's of CHILTON'S KEYSTONE STORE CompIimen+s of O Siony Creek Mills O O o IIGIATWY O 6 O o EVANS FOOD DISTRIBUTORS Complimenis 2200 Perkiomen Ave of a Dial 3-8I83 WISE POTATO PRODUCTS Ridqies-Juliennes-Pre+zel AVANTA DE'-P'5 Class of 1957 LIBERTY FOOD STORE Price+own Road Phone 9-439 I MT. PENN TAVERN AND RESTAURANT 7 N. 23rd S+. STICHTER HARDWARE CO. 5+l1 and Penn S+. READING. PA. Phone Reading 4-8344 -One-Hunclred-Twen+y-Four- Save Regularly at the New MT. PENN TRUST CO. 23rd S+. al' Perlciomen Avenue AMPLE PARKING SPACE AND TWO DRIVE-IN WINDOWS FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE Member of Federal Deposir Insurance Corp. Ph 67269 D' ' V I' C one - me or ey ups PARKING GARAGE GE, Lamps Washing, Lubricarion, Oil and Gas WEISS BROS.. INC. Disfribulors Paper-Twine-Sfafionery-School Supplies-Novelries-Drugs-Toys Greeling Cards Phone 4-2008 MAX H. HIRSCH 940 Spruce SI' I47 N. sm s+. c. L. RHEIN, JR. Read"'9' Pa' Complimenfs of JAMES P. LINETTE, INC. Manufacfuring Confeclioners "BETCHA LlFE" OUR CANDY IS GOOD -One-Hun:ITed-TwenI'y-Fil'e- - I - RACH LIN FURNITURE STORE I 646 Perlciomen Ave. READING, PA. Phone Reading 4-5I44 CompIimen'I's of HOLLYWOOD ONE-HOUR CLEANERS AND SHIRT LAUNDRY 834 Penn Avenue WYOMISSING, PA. Congra+uIaTions To +he Class of '57 JOSEPH'S "The Men's S+ore Where Women Like To Shop" 408 and 4I0 Penn SI. READING. PA. SOLLEY'S ESSO I200 Carsonia Ave. STONY CREEK MILLS "If Your Car Needs I+ We Have I+" Phone 2-234I . PICK-UP AND DELIVERY BIXLER'S CUT-RATE STORE Drugs-Toys-Spor'I'ing Goods Magazines Soda Foun+ain I452 Friedensburg Road STONY CREEK HILLS Phone 3-9596 CZARNECKI'S FOOD MARKET 506 S. 7+h S+., Reading. Pa. HOMEMADE POLISH SAUSAGE MEATS. GROCERIES. ICE CREAM VESPICO UNIFORM CENTER I9 N. 6+h S+. Reading. Pa. KELLER'S GARAGE General AuI'o Repairing Phone 6-0442 . . DOCTOR JACKETS FANCY APRONS M: xsiicslolvixxn LAB COATS PATIENT GOWNS STOFJY CREEK MILLS DENTAL JACKETS CHEF CAPS Phone 4,7873 E+c. -One-Hundred-Twenfy-Sim Complimenfs +o +he Class of '57 From the Y-Teens Congra+ula+ions +o fhe Class of 57 ED ARMSTRONG E AuToMoBlLEs Q-Ii 200 I Kufziown Rd. FR 4-0738 A Congra+ula+ions fo +he A Class of '57 DOUGHERTY FUNERAL SERVICE -One-Hundrecl-Tweniy-Sevem J. Elmer Lutz J. Elmer Lutz, Jr LU'IZ FUNERAL HOME aff. 2I00 Perkiomen Avenue MT. PENN, PA. O H ndred-Tweniy-Eigh'l'- Congraiulafions +o Class of '57 HILLSIDE DINFR Complimefws of Opp. Whife House Mkf. MT' PENN MASON CONTRACTORS, INC We are sure +l1a+ you will .find someihing Heidelberg and C6l'S0nla AVS- differeni' in our large varie'l'y menu. Phone 2-5034 Open From 6 A.M.-8 P.M. Daily ECKENROTH MOTORS. INC. FOOD COMPANY Five Poin'I's RD' 4 "Your Nash Dealer" 22nd and Howard Blvd.. Mt Penn, Pa. Complimenis of Compljcmenils GILES THE FLORIST O CHARCOAL CHEF l23 Sou'I'h 5+h Sireei' . READING' PA. 3224 Perluomen Avenue REIFFTON. PENNSYLVANIA SAFES DESKS WM. G. HINTZ, INC. BOOKS . . . STATIONERY Office Furnifure and Supplies Gifis Leaiher Goods 838-840 Penn S+. READING. PA. CHAIRS FILING CABINETS I -One-Hl.indredFl'wen+y-Nine- - - - Bes+ Wishes +o fhe Class of '57 WEAVER'S ART SHOP 534 Washinglon S'l'ree'l' Picfure Framing as You Like I+ SWS CARDS AND :Ts EMPLOYEES 48l'h and Philadelphia Pike Besl' Wishes fo +he Class of '57 MEYERS FOOD STORE lJake'sl 232 Carsonia Ave. Phone 3-9452 fmfaff ' ,f AN: Q I Troupe-I390 Besi' Wishes fo +he Class of '57 FROM THE NATIONAL THESPIAN SOCIETY C I' r ""'P:"e"s LILLIAN FABRIC SHOP 0 Dress Goods-Draperies TEAM 8 Bridal and Evening Gown Fabrics CAROL JOHNNY Phone AL JOAN 2-9752 637 Penn Sl. MARTY GELS WARREN PAT READING PA. -One-Hundred-Thir+y- 6 v 0 l 1 .1-I Krovlts Studios 022776 5 o o W M BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF I957 We, of Kravi+s Sfudio, were glad +o help make +his yearbook one of +he besl' 'From Mt Penn High School. r I 6I3 PENN STREET READING. PENNSYLVANIA -One-Hundred-Thirfyl-One-N I- -l - "Remember Now Thy Creator in the Days of Thy Youth" ECCLESIASTES I2:I D. J. POTTER CQMPANY 2l9 Penn Sfreei' 3600 Kuizfown Road Complimen+s Bes+ Wishes From of THE OLD READING A FRIEND BREWERY The members of +he PENN ALMA Sfaff wish 'I'o express our +hanlcs fo our phofographer, Mr. Joseph Kravihp Mr. MaH' Lyno'H. Taylor Publishing Company represen'I'a'l'ivep Mr. John A. Hibschman, our princi- pal: Miss Doris Leininger, our school secre+aryp merchani' con'l'ribu1'ors and friends: you, our readers: and everyone who helped in any way 'I'o make fhis publicafion possible. -One-Hundred-Thir'l'y-Two- INDEX AND DIRECTORY A Abel, D.-p. 74 Abeln, M.-p. 45, 46, 47 Abeln, R.-p. 75 Abrams, R.-p. 34, 39, 57, 72 Activity Divider-p. 28, 29 Adam, S.-p. 69 Adams, Adams, J.-p. 33, 43, 71 K.-p. 32, 34, 42, 74 Adams, L.-p. 43, 55, 70 Adams, M.--p. 16, 30, 32, 41, 76 Albright, W.-p. 43, 51 Allison, L.-p. 35, 38, 43, 54, 71 Bond, R.-p. 43 Bookkeeping Class-p. 20 Borelli, C.-p. 34, 35, 36, 38, 42, 72 Borelli, J.-p. 18, 30, 36, 37, 41, 44, 81 Botwright, R.-p. 34, 74 Bowman, L.-p. 69 Bowman, P.-p. 68 Boyer, B.-p. 43, 49, 71 Boyer, R.-p. 23, 34, 38, 57, 63, 76 Brechbiel, Mr. Charles A., Advisor larth Mr. E L Alloway, D.-p. 30, 77 Alloway, M.-p. 30, 77 Anderson, Miss Ellen C., Advisor- p. 9, 20 Anderton, P.-p. 30, 75 Ansbach, J.-p. 26, 34, 41, 80 Arithmetic Class-p. 23 Arnold, D.-p. 34, 39, 57, 59, 72 Art Class-p. 13 Artz, P.-p. 43, 51, 68 Assembly-p. 17 Athletic Field-p. 52-53 Auchenbach, D.-p. 70 Aulenbach, G.-p. 42, 73 Aulenbach, N.-p. 14, 38, 39, 80 Azzolina, J.-p. 57, 63, 77 iachman, S.-p. 43, 49, 71 Baker, L.-p. 22, 68 Baker, R.-p. 48, 71 lalis, E.-p. 38 ialis, G.-p. 31, 34, 36, 60, 74 lalthaser, J.-p. 43, 70 land Officers-p. 38 land Party-p. 38 lard, B.-p. 14, 30, 32, 34, 41, 44, 77 larr, F.-p. 34, 35, 42, 54, 55, 64, 74 , . .-p. 6 lasketball, Junior High-p. 59 lasketball, Junior Varsity-p. 60 lasketball, Varsity-p. 63 lates, 8.-p. 21, 61, 80, 101, 102, 103 lauman, B.-p. 30 lauman, J.-p. 41, 76 lauman, P.-p. 36, 43 lauman, R.-p. 42, 73 leamenderfer, J.-p. 26, 41, 45 46, 47, 81 lecker, E.-p. 13, 31, 38, 39, 45, 46, 81 tecker, R.-p. 34, 73 eggs, Mr. Douglas R.-p. 6 ender, A.-p. 76 ender, R.-p. 75 ierly, Mr. Lee R., Advisor-p. 9, 23, 57 iology Class-p. 24 irney, D.-p. 51, 72 ishop, Mr. Richard D., Advisor- p. 9, 21 ixler, P.-p. 34, 42, 73 lankenbiller, J.-p. 77 latt, R.-p. 39 loom, C.-p. 34 loom, K.-p. ao, 32, 35, 77 louch, C.-p. 74 lum, J.-p. 59, 60, 71, 72 oard of Education-p. 6 oas, S.-p. 70 oettcher, C.-p. 70 -p. 9, 15, 37 Bright, D.-p. 69 Brobst, P.-p. 30, 32, 34, 38, 42, 74 Brooks, B.-p. 43, 69 Brown, G.-p. 57 Brown, N.-p. 43, 68 Brown, T.-p. 70 Brumbach, D.-p. 38 Brumbach, Nl.-p. 70 Buck, R.-p. 89 Business Law Class-p. 20 Byram, S.-p. 43, 46,70 C Cafeteria--p. 17 Cappel, C.-p. 74 Chapman, D.-p. 30, 32, 34, 42, 64, 74 Chambers, H.-p. 71 Cheerleaders, Junior Varsity- p. 58 Cheerleaders, Senior Varsity- p. 58 Chemistry Class-p. 24 Chiarelli, C.-p. 39, 59, 68 Chiarelli, J.-p. 16, 30, 34, 38, 42, 64, 74 Chiarelli, S.-p. 68 Chilton, M.-p. 76 Chivian, L.-p. 32, 34, 35, 77 Christian, D.-p. 69 Christman, D.-p. 31, 38, 74 Chronister, P.-p. 42, 59 Clothier, G.-p. 38, 68 Clouser, C.-p. 43, 68 Clouser, J.-p. 38, 39, 57, 59, 72 Cohen, 8.-p. 43, 69 Cohen, G.-p. 76 Cohen, S.-p. 38 Cohn, S.-p. 34, 74 Color Guard-p. 40 Conner, L.-p. 30, 41, 44, 58, 77 Conrad, B.-p. 70 Contributors-p. 102,103 Conz, J.-p. 24, 34, 36, 38, 44, 74 Cooking Class-p. 26 Crozier, Mr. Gaylord A.-p. 6 Crystal, A.-p. 70 Cunnius, C.-p. 70 Cunnius, Miss Jane S., Advisor- p. 9, 22, 30, 46, 50 Curry, T.-p. 38, 70 Curtis, F.-p. 34, 60, 73 Curtis, P.-p. 12, 36, 39, 43, 68 Custodians-p. 12, 17, 27 Czarnecki, B.--p. 71 Czarnecki, J.-p. 14, 31, 34,' 41 45, 57, 61, 78, 99 Czarnecki, J.-p. 77 D Daemer, J.-p. 76 Dance Band-p. 39 Dautrich, E.-p. 30, 75 Dautrich, J.-p. 13, 31, 45, 81 Dautrich, S.-p. 30, 32, 76 Davis, J.-p. 30, 35, 38 Deach, Dr. Robert A.--p. 19 Dechant, M.-p. 13, 25, 33, 37, 46, 47, 82 Dedication lMr. David Zimmer- man!-p. 4 Degler, J.-p. 76 Deibler, S.-p. 30, 41, 77 Delewski, B.-p. 77 Delp, J.-p. 30, 41, 76 Dempsey, S.-p. 34, 35, 42, 50, 73 Deppen, L.-p. 24, 34, 41, 45, 82 Derr, J.-p. 69 Derr, J.-p. 34, 57, 63, 74 Dershwin, D.-p. 42 Dershwin, S.-p. 73 Detention Hall-p. 27 Diener, J.-p. 13, 31, 45, 99, too, 101 Diener, S.-p. 42, 72 Distasio, S.-p. 72 Dornblaser, J.-p. 24, 30, 34, 42, 54, 64, 74 Dornblaser, S.-p. 43, 71 Downs, D.-p. 42, 73 Down, L.-p. 51, 69 Downs, S.-p. 42, 73 Drayer, J.-p. 72 Dreibelbis, B.-p. 15, 30, 35, 37, 41, 45, 46, 47, 82 Dresher, D.-p. 34, 49, 57, 59, 72 Driving Training Class-p. 26 Drumheller, Dr. John-p. 19 Duggan, L.-p. 30, 42, 54, 55, 75 Dunkel, R.-p. 75 E Ebert, J.-p. 57, 60, 75 Edelstein, A.-p. 72 Edelstein, J.-p. 54, 68 Edelstein, J.-p. 43f68 Ehst, G.-p. 13, 31, 61, 63, 82 Ehst, R.-p. 22, 69 Eidam, J.-p. 30, 42, 50, 54, 75 Eidam, J.-p. 38, 43, 69, 72 Eifert, E.-p. 26, 34, 41, 44, 45, 46, 47, 83 Eighth Grade Homerooms-p. 70-72 Eiseman, J.-p. 30, 38, 40, 75 Eleventh Grade-p. 76-77 Emerich, C.-p. 32, 36, 41, 77 Emerich, G.-p. 70 English Class-p. 14 Ennis, L.-p. 30, 34, 54, 55, 58, 65, 74 Ensemble-p. 16 Ennsslen, C.-p. 34, 72 Entrance lMt. Penn-Lower Alsace High Schooll-p. 66-67 Epler, F.-p. 22, 56, 57, 61, 83, 102, 103 Epler, P.-p. 30, 32, 42, 75 Erdman, D.-p. 13, 46, 56, 83 Erdman, J.-p. 5, 12, 39, 43, 54 Erkes, B.-p. 35, 54, 71 Erkes, R.-p. 25, 34, 38, 77 Ermold, L.-p. 38, 72 Esslen, C.-p. 39, 57 Esslinger, K.-p. 16, 30, 41, 45, 84, 101 Evans, B.-p. 16 Evans, J.-p. 33, 75 - one hundred thirty-three - Evans, M.-p. 20, 32, 34, 37, 40, 41, 45, 46, 87 Eves, Mr. George R.-p. 6 F Fahnestock, A.-p. 18, 30, 40, 41, 84, 102, 103 Fake, B.-p. 23, 84 Farber, L.-p. 35, 36 Favorites-p. 100, 101 Fegley, L.-p. 43, 70 Fick, O.-p. 76 Kink, R.-p. 38, 39, 73 Fisher, G.-p. 71 Fisher, K.-p. 77 Fisher, P.-p. 15, 32, 35, 38, 40, 41, 85 Fishing Club Uunior Hight-p. 51 Flanagan, C.-p. 14, 30, 36, 37, 41, 44, 45, 46, 47, 99, 100 Forester, M.-p. 35, 36, 43, 50, 71 Forester, M.-p. 23, 31, 45, 56, 85, 102, 103 Foreword-p. 2 Frank, J.-p. 34, 42, 73 Freed, G.-p. 35, 54, 55, 77 French Class-p. 15 Fritz, S.--p. 39 Furillo, A,--p. 18, 26, 30, 41, 45, 58, 61, 64, 85 Furillo, J.-p. 73 Furillo, M.-p. 76 G Garber, M.-p. 21, 34, 41, 86 Gearhart, B.-p. 42, 72 Geiger, Miss Anita A., Advisor- p. 9, 18, 64 Geiger, S.-p. 35, 43, 50, 71 Gelsinger, R.-p. 13, 33, 56, 86 Gender, G.-p. 35, 38, 71 General Science Class-p. 25 Geography Class-p. 22 Geometry Class-p. 23 Gerhard, Mr. Frederick D.-p. 6 Gerhard, S.-p. 30, 34, 42, 54, 65, 74 German Class-p. 15 Gilbert, V.-p. 35, 36, 71 Gimmy, B.-p. 71 Gimmy, M.-p. ao, 32, 34, 36, 41, 76 Girls' Athletic Asociation iG.A.A.1 -p. 54 Girls' Official Club iG.O.C.1-p. 54 Goldberg, M.-p. 43, 68 Goll, F.-p. 72 Goodhart, Mr. William-p. 12 Goroff, D.-p. 39 Goroff, J.-p. 34, 76 Gower, E.-p. 43, 70 Grace, S.-p. 43, 68, 72 Grady, J.-p. 77 Gradme, S.-p. 43, 68 Green, G.-p. 16, 38, 39, 41, 46, so, ioi Griffith, F.-p. 32, 75 Grubb, G.-p. 76 Gruber, S.-p. 39, 43, 68 Gruber, L.-p. 34, 49, 72 Guidance-p. 12 Gym Class KBoys'1-p. 18 Gym Class iGirIs'1-p. 18 H Haag, Mrs. Robert G.-p. 9, 21, 45, 49 Haage, P.-p. 69, 74 Haas, A.-p. 25, 71 Haas, A.-p. 18, 31, 35, 45, 57, 61, 62, 86 Haas, K.-p. 72 Haas, K.-p. 42, 57, 59, 72 Haas, T.-p. 75 Hafer, R.-p. 69 Hafetz, H.-p. 39 Hafetz, J.-p. 34, 77 Hafetz, L.-p. 30, 32, 34, 75 Hall fGroup1-p. 17 Harrison, J.-p. 39 Hartberger, R.-p. 31, 34, 75 Harter, D.-p. 70 Hartman, J.-p. 70 Harvan, E.-p. 43, 69 Hassler, C.-p. 73 Health Class-p. 18 Heck, R.-p. 35, 50, 73 Heckman, H.-p. 38, 59, 72 Heffner, L.-p. 50, 70 Heing, L.-p. 70 Heller, H.-p. 59, 71 Heller, L.-p. 32 Hendrickson, Mr. Joseph T.-p. 6 Hepler, J.-p. 50, 68 Herb, H.-p. 69 Herflicker, K.-p. 20, 30, 36, 38, 39, 41, 44, 45, 54, 61, 64, 87 Herkert, C.-p. 68 Hertzog, L.--p. 42, 72 Hertzog, P.-p. 75 Hess, R.-p. 73 Hibschman, J.-p. 23, 31, 34, 38, 39, 44, 57, 77 Hibschman, Mr. John A.-p. 8 Heifer, F.-p. 31, 39, 42, 75 High School Principal lMr. John A Hibschmanl-p. 8 Hilbert, D.-p. 43, 69 Hill, C.-p. 70 Hill, E.-p. 38,41 Hinnershitz, G.-p. 34, 57, 74 Hinnershitz, L.-p. 38, 75 Hirsch, R.-p. 38, 71 Histroy Class-p. 22 Hoch, S.-p. 16 Hoffman, C.-p. 75 Hoffman, L.-p. 43, 70, 71 Hoffmaster, S.-p. 30, 75 Hohl, H.-p. 35 Hom, J.-p. 21, 87 Horst, L.-p. 43, 70 Hotzman, G.-p. 77 Houser, J.-p. 68 Howard, F.-p. 39 Howell, C.-p. 6B Howell, K.-p. 38 Hughes, J.-p. 38, 42 Huhn, R.-p. 75 Humbert, D.-p. 74 Hunsberger, B.-p. 14, 35, 40, 41, B7 Hunsberger, W.-p. 14, 31, 33, 34, 37, 44, 57, 77 Hylton, S.-p. 16, 30, 32, 41, 77 lmber, B.-p. 35, 71 Industrial Arts Class-p. 13 Instrumental Music Class-p. 16 Intermediate Chorus-p. 42 Intermediate Chorus Officers-p. 42 International Flavor-p. 15 Intramural lBoys'1-p. 56 Intramural lGirls'1-p. 55 J James, R.-p. 88 Johnson, D.-p. 39 Johnson, lc.-p. 35, 54, 58,72 Jones, L.-p. 34, 60, 73 Joseph, D.--p. 31, 34, 57, 74 Junior Band-p. 39 Junior Chorus Officers-p. 43 Junior Classical League Officers- p. 34 Junior Historian Junior High Club -p. 50 Junior Library Club-p. 35 K Kalbach, T.-p. 75 Kauffman, P.-p. 24, 34, 57, 73 Keeney, B,-p. 38, 68 Keith, Mr. Stuart R.-p. 6 Keller, C.-P. 77 Keller, c.-p. ao, 35, 41, 45, 61, 101 Keller, L.-p. 69 Keler, R.-p. 75 Keller, Mrs. Fred, Advisor-p. 9, 14 Kenderdine, F.-p. 71 Kerber, N.-p. 30, 42, 75 Key Club-p. 31 Key Club Officers-p. 31 Kiefer, R.-p. 39, 72 Kiefer, G.-p. 75 King, L.-p. 34, 42, 49, 72 Kline, B.-p. 59, 70 Kline, Kline, 88, Kline, Kline, Klink, Klink, Knoll D--P- 5, 43, 68 E.-p. la, 45, 54, 61, 64, 101 N.-p. so, aa, 40, 54 s.-p. ao, 42, 75 D.-p. 39, 72 v.-p. 21, aa, 61, 64, 89 -p 75 , J. . Kobrin, L.-p. 38, 42, 71 Koch, C.-p. 42, 75 Koch, M.-p. 22, 43, 54, 69 Koch, N.-p. 41, 54, 55, 76 Koch, W.-p. 34, 42, 48, 73 Kohl, Mrs. Evelyn M., Advisor-p. 9, 13, 49 Kotzen, R.-p. 60, 75 Kozloff, P.-p. 34, 72 Koukoules, J.-p. 42, 57 Krom, Mr. Gershom G., Advisor- p, 9, 18, 62 ' 4 Kropp, E.-p. 39, 59, 68 Kunnes, E.-p. 35, 55, 71 Kunnes, R.-p. 34, 74 L Lance, S.-p. 10 Lantz, J.-p. 25, 31, 34, 57, 60, 77 Latin Club-p. 15 Leathercraft Club Uunior Highl- p. 49 Leininger, Miss Doris-p. 8 Leininger, M.-p. 43 Leininger, Mrs. Mildred M., Ad- visor-p. 10, 26, 50 Leininger, P.-p. 70 Leitheiser, A.-p. 69 Lendacki, P.-p. 43, 70 Lengel, M.-p. 68 Lelllermen-p. 61 Levan, D.-p. 43, 68 Levan, Mr. William H., Advisor- p. 10 Levandowski, F.-p. 69 Levengood, G.-p. 59, 70 Levin, M.-p. 71 Levine, B.-p. 22, 32, 89 Levy, A.-p. 43, 68 Levy, S.-p. 32, 34, 36, 77 Lewars, S.-p. 30 Lewis, B.-p. 43, 55, 69 Lewis, G.-p. 30, 35, 38, 41, 76 Lewis, G.-p. 34, 38, 74 Library-p. 14 Licker, M.-p. 74 Lilienfield, C.-p. 70 Lilienfield, J.-p. 38, 43, 59, 68 Liltenfield, C.-p. 43 Lincoln, J.-p. 74 Linderman, Mrs. Arlene M., Ad- visor-p. 10, 18, 54 Lindner, A.-p. 13, 28-29, 30, 41, 45, 54, 89 Lindner, M.-p. 70 "Little Dog Laughed" lSenior Class Playi-p. 46-47 Littman, A.-p. 34, 73 Littman, E.-p. 30, 42, 75 Lloyd, Mr. Charles R.-p. 6 Lloyd, J.-p. 35, 42, 72 London, L.-p. 30, 32, 34, 35, 36 Long, Mr. Charles L.-p. 6 Long, L.-p. 15, ao, aa, 42, 74 Long, M.-p. 70 Long, S.-p. 69 Lorah, G.-p. 76 Loring, B.-p. 15, 34, 35, 50, 57, 59, 73 Loring, S.-p. 69 Louis, J.-p. 68 Lucas, S.-p. 14, 89 Lutz, B.-p. 35, 43, 71 M Mack, Mrs. Sara M., Advisor-p. 10, 14, 35, 44 Madary, R.-p. 59, 71 Maiorettes-p. 40 Manides, R.-p. 39 Manmiller, Mr. Frank-p. 27 Marlatt, R.-p. 34, 38, 39, 41, 63, 76 Math Club Ur. Highl-p. 48 Mm, D.-p. 39 Matz, Mr. Nevin S., Advisor-p. lo, 23, 48 Maymillian, J.-p. 35 McCrudden, Mr. Frederick-p. 6 McCrudden, J.-p. 16, 30, 34, 35, 35, 40, 42, 74 McDade, C.-p. 30, 34, 54, 55, sa, 55, 74 McKinney, J.-p. 71 Mechanical Drawing Class-p. 13 Meck, B.-p. 70 Mell, D.-p. 70 Melroy, J.-p. 34, 72 Mendelsohn, S.-p. 30, 32, 34, 35, 36, 41, 77 Mendelsohn, S.-p. 34, 36, 74 Mengel, D.-p. 21, 73 Mengel, J.-p. 30, 41, 76 Mengel, R.-p. 20, 26, 90 Merkel, D.-p. 34, 38, 57, 73 Merluzzo, J.-p. 38, 43, 71 Mervine, M.-p. 74 Meyers, S.-p. 43, 69 Mickanis, J.-p. 14, 25, 30, 34, 38, 41, 54, 77 Millar, B.-p. 30, 34, 42, 65, 74 Miller, D.-p. 43, 70 Miller, Mr. Harvey-p. 27 - one hundred thirty-four - Miller, Mr. Joseph A., Advisor-p. 10, 22, 36, 51 Miller, J.-p. 70 Miller, M.-p. 30, 32, 74 Miller, P.-p. 30, 41, 58, 73, 77 Miziaszek, P.-p. 59 Mock, L.-p. 72 Moll, D.-p. 48,173 Monoson, M.-p. 38, 42, 72 Moran, J.-p. 26, 30, 37, 41, 45, 100, 102, 103 Mount Penn-Lower Alsace Joint Junior and Senior High School Building Moyer, B.-p. 30, 41, 46, 47, 90 Moyer, C.-p. 30, 34 4 Moyer, D.-p. 38, 72 Moyer, D.-p. 75 Moyer, G.-p. 21, 90 Moyer, M.-p. 23, 31, 38, 60, 75 Moyer, R.-p. 75 Moyer, V.-p. 20, 34, 41, 44, 45, 91 ,42,7 Mundel, L.-p. 70 Music Class-p. 16 N National Honor Society-p. 44 National Honor Society Officers- p. 44 National Thespian Society-p. 37 National Thespian Society Officer: -p. 37 Neim, ss-p. sa, 71 Neithammer, L.-p. 38, 74 Nelis, L.-p. 54, 73 Newpher, D.-p. 30, 77 Ninth Grade Homeroom-p. 72-73 Noch, M.-p. 68 O O'Grattls, R.-p. 42, 49, 73 Olster, E.-p. 34, 73 Orth, C.-p. 69 Ott, Mrs. Helene E., Advisor-p 10, 15 P Palmer, J.-p. 48, 68 Pappadakes, J.-p. 41, 76 Patrick, D.-p. 75 Paul, M.-p. 43, 49, 70 Paull, T.-p. 51, 70 Pawelski, F.-p. 76 Pawelski, M.-p. 75 Peck, A.-p. 43, 51, 69 Penn Alma Officers-p. 45. Penn Alma Staff-p. 45 Penn Post-p. 36 Pen Post Officers-p. 36 Pennypacker, H.-p. 75 Perrotta, 12.-p. 43, 68 Perwin, P.--p. 71 , Pettinato, Mr. Carl G., Advisor- p. 10, 22, 59, 99 Physics Class-p. 25 Plank, D.-p. 39 Pollak, L.-p. 35, 59, 71 Problems of Democracy Class-p. 22 Proiection Crew-p. 33 Pryzbeck, P.-p. 23, 71 Purnell, Mr. William l., Advisor- p. 10, 22,99 Q Quems, C.-p, 43, 70 Rachlin, M.-p. 39 Rachman, D.-p. 74 Rachman, D.-p. 30, 34, 35, 36 Rachman, P.-p. 32, 34, 77 Raker, Mr. Donald G., Advisor-p. 10, 12, 60 Rappaselli, M.-p. 35, 36, 43, 55, 70 Raretz, J.-p. 39 Readinger, R.-p. 43, 70 Reber, D.-p. 34, 59 Reber, D.-p. 73 Reer, E.-p. 43, 49, 71 Reed, J.-p. 15, 19, 30, 34, 35, 38, 41, 44, 45, 91, 100. Reeder, S.-p. 30, 34, 58, 65, 74 Rees, H.-p. 73 Reese, N.-p. 42, 73 Reese, P.-p. 20, 32, 35, 37, 41, 46, 99 Reichert, J.-p. 21, 73 Remley, B.-p. 18, 31, 57, 61, 62, 91 Richards, R.-p. 23, 59, 71 Richards, T.-p. 69 Richter, J.-p. 70 Ricker, C.-p. 43, 50, 69 Ricker, T.-p. 69 Richolt, Mr. Lawrence E., Advisor -p. 11, 24 Robertson, W.-p. 15, 31, 37, 45, 57, 61, 62, 91,101 Roeberg, R.-p. 34, 38, 59, 73 Roland, M.-p. 39 Roland, T.-p. 39 Roland, W.-p. 71 Romanski, M.-p. 72 Romig, M.-p. 71 Ross, S.-p. 43, 68 Rothenberger, E.-p. 41, 76 Rothermel, F.-p. 71 Row, R.-p. 75 Rudy, J.-p. 34, 38, 39, 72 Ruthowski, M.-p. 15, 92 S Salathe, A.-p. 39 Sandridge, B.-p. 77 Sands, Brain-p. 39, 47 Sandt, B.-p. 43, 68 Saul, M.-p. 35, 36, 50, 71 Schack, J.-p. 43, 69 Scheuring, K.-p. 43, 55, 69 Schiffman, M.-p, as, ss, 71 Schiffner, J.-p. 20, 30, 41, 44, 45, 61, 65, 92 Schiffner, P.-p. 73 Schiffner, P.-p. 21, 42 Schlanger, L.-p. 68 Schlanger, P.-p. 30, 34, 35, 42 Schmehl, J.-p. 35, 42, 54, 72 Schmitz, E.-p. 75 Schoener, S.-p. 43, 68 School Dentist lDr. John Drum- hellerl-p. 19 School Doctor iDr. Robert A. Deach-p. 19 School Nurse iMrs. Ethel Hilll-p. 19 Schribner, E.-p. 43, 68 Schutt, Mr. Allen R., Advisor-p. 11, 22, 46 Science Club-p. 51 Science Fair-p. 25 Seibert, P.-p. 43, 55, 69 Seidel, D.-p. 69 Seidel, J.-p. 43 Seidel, L.-p. 70 Seifarth, A.-p. 38, 59, 73 Seifarth, Mr. John M., Advisor- 13, 33 p. 11, Seifarth, J.-p. 38, 59 Seifarth, L.-p. 68 Seifrit, J.-p. 16, 20, 30, 32, 35, 38, 39, 41, 45, 76, 93 Senft, S.-p. 75 Senior Band-p. 38 Senior Chorus-p. 71 Senior Chorus Officers-p. 41 Senior Class Officers-p. 99 Senior Class Play-p. 46, 47 Senior Library Club-p. 35 Senior Library Club Officers-p. 35 Senior Science Class-p. 24 Service Club-p. 32 Seventh Grade Homeroom-p. 68- 69 Severns, B.-p. 16, 30, 34, 38, 42, 65, 74 Severna, Mr. Judson B.-p. 6 Sevems, S.-p. 43, 55, 69 Sewing Class-p. 26 Sewing Jr. High Club-p. 50 Shaffer, S.-p. 73 Shapiro, E.-p. 59, 71 Sharadin, Mr. John L., Advisor-p. 11, 23 Sharetts, Mr. Lloyd J., Advisor-p. li, 25 Shearer, J.-p. 30, 42, 75 Sheeler, J.-p. 72 Sheetz, F.-p. 43, 50, 69 Sherman, M.-p. 70 Shields, A.-p. 43, 71 Shiffer, J.-p. 15, 24, 40, 73 Shirk, S.-p. 43, 71 Shockley, R.-p. 15, 31, 33, 44, 57, 61, 62, 93, 135 Shorthand Class-p. 20 Shuker, S.-p. 21, 28, 29, 30, 41, 58, 61, 64, 93, 102, 103 Shuman, R.-p. 36, 71 Sload, Beverly-p. 30, 32, 35, 76 Sload B.-p. 51, 70 Small, P.-p. 30, 74 small, R.-p. 22, 25, 45, 93 Smethers, N.-p. 16, 30, 34, 35, 42, 74 Smith, B.-p. 75, 76 Smith, C.-p. 18, 41, 94 Smith, D.-p. 41, 76 smith, L.-p. 77 Smith , T.-p. 71 Snyder, B.-p. 30, 32, 35, 40, 41, 76 Snyder, C.-p. 75 Snyder, G.-p. 21, 94 Snyder, J.-p. 31, 34, 57, 74 Soccer Team-p. 57 Solley, B.-p. 43, 49, 70 Sonon, D.-p. 43, 68 Souders, S.-p. 15, 73 Sprang, E.-p. 70 Spohn, Joanne-p. 70 Spohn, Jeanette-p. 43, 54, 55, 57, 70 Stage Crew-p. 33 Stallone, G.-p. 21, 30, 37, 41, 46, 47 Stallone, P.-p.' 70 Stamm, N.-p. 43, 69 Stamm, B.-p. 76 Stamm, S.-p. 72 Staudt, A.-p. 48, 68 Staudt, E.-p. 70 Steffen, Clymer-p. 25, 57, 61, 62, 94, 102, 103 Steffen, R.-p. 43, 69 Stenographic Practice Class-p. 20 Stephens, L.-p. 71 Steubner, J.-p. 43, 68 Stichler, J.-p. 43, 71 Stichler, R.--p. 73 Stiglmaier, R.-p. 72 Stimmel, J.-p. 42, 72 Stover, R.-p. 39 Strause, R.-p. 68 Strause, S.-p. 30, 77 Strauss, B.-p. 43, 71 Student Life-p. 12-26 Stuebner, D.-p. 48, 73 Stump, L.-p. 43, 71 Sulzbacher, S.-p. 33, 34, 35, 57, 77 Supervising Principal iMr. Roscoe H. Wardi-p. 8 Sustello, M.-p. 43, 69, 75 Sustello, R.-p. 30 Swanger, R.-p. 31, 57, 77 Swartz, B.-p. 30, 42, 75 Swartz, J.-p. 43, 54, 70 Sweigert, E.-p. 32, 76 Swoyer, C.-p. 20, 37, 41, 45, 46, 95 T Table of Contents-p. 3 Teachers-p. 9, 10, 11 Tenth Grade Homeroom-p. 74, 75 ,Thespians-p. 37 Thomas, J.-p. 34, 57, 60, 74 Thomas, L.-p. 71 Throssall, L.-p. 43, 69 Throssell, J.-p. 42, 73 Tice, D.-p. 34, 74 Tice, S.-p. 16 Tieman, W.-p. 25, 37, 46, 47, 95 Title Page-p. 1 Tomes, L.-p. 73 Townsley, M.-p. 43, 70 Trigonometry Class-p. 23 Troutman, Mr. Curtis C., Advisor- p.11,16, 41, 42, 43 Troutman, L.-p. 30, 41, 65, 76 Troutman, N.-p. 23, 35, 43, 71 Twelfth Grade-p. 78, 98 Typing Club Ur. Highi-p. 49 U Unger, R.-p. 20, 38, 39, 46, 47, 96 Upperman, D.-p. 40, 73 Usherettes-p. 34 V Van Coeur, B.-p. 43, 69 Van Coeur, P.-p. 72 Vespico, V.-p. 32, 34, 74 Voszello, W.-p. 34, 73 W Wagner, C.-p. 22, 43, 55, 68, 76 - one hundred thirty-five -- Wagner, P.-p. 25, 31, 44, 45, 56, 96 Ward, Mr. Roscoe H. iSupervising Principal!-p. 7 Wardlow, J.-p. 35, 38, 42, 72 Weame, Mr. Leonard R., Advisor- p. 11, 20, 34, 99 Webber, P.-p. 77 Weidman, W.-p. 14, 31, 34, 44, 45, 96, 100 Welfing, J.-p. 43, 76 Welfing, V.-p. 71 Weller, D.-p. 43, 55, 69 Wells, S.-p. 30, 34, 35, 42, 59, 72, 74 Wentzel, M.-p. 24, 42, 54, 73 Wemer, G.-p. 34, 38, 42, 74 Werner, T.-p. 24, 38, 42, 73 Wesner, J.-p. 71 Wheeler, J.-p. 68 Wheeler, M.-p. 76 Wiener, S.-p. 17, 56, 57, 61, 94, 102, 103 Williams, C.-p. 30, 75 Williams, D.-p. 43, 69 Williams, G.-p. 43 Williams, J.-p. 70 Williams, R.-p. 76 Williams, T.-p. 31, 38, 57, 60, 77, 89 Williamson, Mrs. Esther K., Ad- visor-p. 11, 14 Williamson, J.-p. 34, 39, 42, 72 Wilson, C.-p. 18, 30, 37, 41, 46, 47, 97, 102, 103 Wilson, J.-p. 34, 73 Winings, E.-p. 26, 41, 97 Wiswesser, G.-p. 31, 34, 35, 36, as, 44, 57, 63, 77 Wiswesser, J.-p. 39, 68 Witkowski, V.-p. 30, 34, 42, 74 Wolfe, B. -p. 43, 68 Wolfe, L.-p. 32, 35, 77 Wolfe, M.-p. 43, 68 Wolfe, P.-p. 68 Wolfe, R.-p. 33, 51, 57 Woolwine, W.-p. 48, 72 warring, B.-p. 20, ai, 97 Wright, C.-p. 69 wright, T.-p. 43, as Y Y-Teen Officers-5. 30 Y-Teens-p. 28, 29, 30 Yerger, R.-p. 75 Yetto, M.-p. 75 Yewars, S.-p. 75 Yoder, B.-p. 21, 98 Yoder, D.-p. 30, 42, 75, 76 Yoder, P.-p. 34, 57, 63, 74 Young, S.-p. 30, 34, 58, 74 Youxe, N.-p. 24, 98 Youse, S.-p. 43, 51, 69 Z Zaiac, Mr. John A., Advisor-p. 11, 15, 34 Zerbe, V.-p. 20, 34, 35, 41, 98 Zeigler, P.-p. 16, 28, 29, 30, 38, 40, 41, 9B,101,102,103 Zimmerman, Mr. David S., Advisor -p. 4, 11, 26, 31 Zweizig, B.-p. 77 4. 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