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

 - Class of 1964

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Saul Business Manager Shirley Meyers General Treasurer Janet Tomlinson Advisor Mrs. Robert G. Haag Blueprint X for R xlfsef Success 47? "'V A"" H l is s r' yi 322, We are now in The rough-draft stagei ofyour "Blueprint tor Success." We shall. endeavor to treat each ot these eight qualities with The importance due them, for an awareness of them is fundamen- tal for the success ot every individual. Q i I I BLLIEPRI T FDR S CCESS if , rr '1 5 52' S V 5" 5 W5 g5?5 2f W i A I - V g 55? 5 . '15 Q ' Z 55 Q .A 25 55 if si 5 355 ir sfsifiitii iif sffffiiif' if W eil iris 3f1?3P15W5 Eh 5. is wr Q g it .viii 5 ff igiiigi P, Q 2 5. if sf is .M Q .iw giEiWfii s " stage ? Qggjggg Q , iga eaggvig gg K Q f , f Q K 8 . X S Kr . EQQQEQQEJ QF., Qsiggiififis K Em, S.i.giQ52ifg,sEe5EiEa.f8fgigQi SWF, 2 ., .f2M.fsfr,. QSWgFi'i..f2zi E2 f Ki'i?..fi22.ff.irf222.5ins.. i.w.KEi4i?.. fi 155 Eggs! nge fir E3 EE., V wi gi egg ge sgiiiiggiy. sig gg s Egsg, iii, 3ggggeL5g?igeEsEF5gag iWritegggifgig piffigg. 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Jiiif- V 1 is Inf ,Hui ifw ' ,XS Q igg ifix 8 25225 M555 w E2 P!s.5p fei ifi it iiiiigigtvf sififigrifasar fiitfitisiiiiiiiFiifiiiiaitsitififiiretii . gii55i?f s5tE?ifiei1E52fiig.25i d i rii iifii i hiii 1 E:g4 2 Table of Contents Page f Blueprint for Success. . . .2 2 Dedication. . . .6 i Leadership. . . .8 i i p Guidance. . . .20 1 Endeavor. . . . .42 . g Opportunity. . . .60 2 X Cooperation. . . .98 Sportsmanship. . . . I26 S Achievement. . . . I44 p Support ..... . . I60 E Finis.. ..I92 5 A Teacher, Advisor, and Friend To be a perfect teacher is something which no person can achieve so long as he has human feelings. But when a Teacher possesses qualities of leadership, a true desire to instill learning, and above all, a sense of compassion, here is a Teacher who is to be admired and respected. 'Such a man is Mr. James Joseph Patrick Richard O'Connor. Although Mr. O'Connor has been with us for only four years, he has given every student who ever sat in his class as awareness of the beauty of the English language and the priceless gifts of an Irish sense of humor. So it is, that we, the class of 1964, dedicate this book to Mr. James O'Connor, a teacher and a friend. MR. O'CONNOR ASSUMES SEVERAL NATURAL POSES WHICH HlS STUDENTS SEE DURING HIS CLASSES. 6 SX 1. if W if 33 'A in by In as M si fu Ei Z? is xv ii? ii? ag vii, Qi Hi 'iii fax 554 ii' 591 45 in 3? if? 555 QE gs 13 Q- .LQ QQ 592 we 1251 355 ? Si 25 H? as by if fm 52 W Su 25 fi ik 5, X23 251 M gs 55 18 -,ff sei KF? Q Q 53 ggi i-3' :QE Esg S1 55 32 23 55 LEADERSHIP ll'l lt lx fl lil rll PFI ' ll Pllxtlgl ll!! tl-rr l ll! .nam I ,Q lyl l Qt r lr 5 Wi tie Psi? lt its Pr i 35154 yllffyf tl, gli dtwlhw tfrll gall 3 ttrtrwmltllllr jl llr rl M U lgllllg ttlllll l tl ill fwltlr llllf lrlXp5t'rt3Q?1f li JG QMVXHEIKCI ?E f 55,5 5zll ?jE4 g My iyry lvghgyvygyw EJQWEQMQ F115 gfn3 f tftltt llrl wmmltrrlllfflttrrl Wt lit Erllrllll rfrrtll tlltt l tt rllrltlttttytrttltlgt tttrrl lkllltltlr ttltlllrrt ltltliirrjltiflm fltllllllwlr rf f ,Wire wit Q WH lr rrlltrlflr 4 C Ll 1 l xlll llrglisrlrilxgll 'Q 'all nh: lrl,l nt 3 lpn nm, xl Ill ht, rm :pull 11 tflxmyllxx l 'llklrr-l ,l f We have sensed the presence of leadership ever slnce we can remember, an the form of presrdents and other public ottrcuals Perhaps the most Important leaders To Us are our administrators ln their hands he declslons that affect our llves perhaps more directly than any other otfncrals As vve stnve to attarn responsubulrty so that vve may one day be leaders also, they gulde us and help us so that our course may be stralght They supply the essentials, with vvhlch vve Work to draft our BLUEPRINT FOR SUCCESS They ard us In attalnlng ideas so that tnnxsh with that which we endeavored to attain We at Mt Penn Hugh School, are grateful for the capable leadership we have had during our school lute We dedicate this portion of our book to the admunls trators In the hope that we may one day attain leadershlp also 3 Q , .i55jl,.,, ,,:,,..,,..., ., , . S l , l 'I.-2 . l E 'll l l, 5 Q 5 l s X 1 l , ' ,. 7 5 l , tal- 1 H , ' Q lflr H It .l c ,, -n Y ll 1 ttitttatwlrrl wrftri fr. will rr-t r iwtlw . f t-,r ,Atlfw 2wl1w:rw,f"" 'flf'.r'v:'tlbf-ff ltflgfgll 'fr l 'H 'cr flmflr 'fltffr f X till'-: Mr ' M ml P "1 'wr-tr! ltr-l'tl:+Q:'l'M:t -, ' 'Qltt 't alll--tml wwi, f5f.laf: -ln: tn-fzlg,-ral!-r llllrg' Q :- ll'f5r.g1'rtfrtf:l:2 .ii.fllt?y..lfttl7sJ or -, IE' ' 'IMS Y, K my -Wir -r 'Y ,Q i'-rriiltf -1 rg :QF 'ily ltlll,,rt2sff'r 1 tfflt .frrwng'frri,.,v-ff' r t ' - r E 2 gel lf E l ll l l r : ' , ' l S g . . . . . Q 5 bra " ' ' " ' we E' K 5 K t . . . . . . I . Q l l 1 I . - - a 1 - l ' ' ' lwhtlrt rl ..., 8 P 55wgf5f:,5Mgf,,Q' mllyz W , l KY fy MPFLZ .1 we , ,, , fQf'gf 3,3,umvui:15,5xQw4-E1,,f 'fwg W? 5 QW W Jhiqfx 55 V .i -2 7 VW! fgvbfffl UHF' -' ,, :fm , ,ff WEE, Vice-President MR. JOSEPH l... MILLER 310 Friedensburg Road Mt. Penn, Pennsylvania I Chairman, Athletic Committee, Employment: Birdsboro Cor- poration, Job Title: General Traffic Manager, High School Ataeniled: Mt. Penn High School, College Attended: Wharton Sc oo . QTEH' 551' mi Treasurer MR. PHILIP A. REINIGER 906 Brighton Avenue, Pennside Reading, Pennsylvania Chairman, Property Committee, Employment: Bell Telephone Company, Job Title: Service Foreman, High School Attended: Reading High School. ' President MR. WALTER G. WILLIAMS, S-R. 1704 Friedensburg Road Stony Creek Mills Reading, Pennsylvania I Chairman, Planning Committee, Employment: Willson Pro- ducts Division, Ray-O-Vac Company Electric Storage Battfft' Company, Job Title: Accounting Functions, Manager, High School Attended: Madison, Wisconsin Central School, College Attended: University of Wisconsin. Board of Education Runs Sclhool System The Board of Education is comprised of public-minded citizens from the Mount Penn-Lower Alsace Area. Much ot their time is spent at committee meetings where they discuss matters such as teacher employment, maintenance of school facilities, and student curriculum. Without the able guidance of the Board, the Mt. Penn-Lower Alsace schools could not be the progressive institutions of learning they are. Secretary Cnon-memberi MRS. s. ELEANOR HARTMAN 416 Telford Avenue Wyomissing Hills Reading, Pennsylvania MR. ELMER DAVIS, JR. 817 N. 26th Street, Pennside Reading, Pennsylvania Employment: Fidelity Mutual Life Insurance, Job Title: Spe- cial Agent, High School At- tended: Reading High School, College Attended: Albright College, B.S. in Economics. JACK M. MAl.l.OW, D.D.S. 2503 Perkiomen Avenue Mt. Penn, Pennsylvania Attended: Albright College College, University of Penn- sylvania, School of Dentistry. 'W MR. NATHAN RAVETZ 2512 Park Avenue, Pennside Reading, Pennsylvania Chairman, Cafeteria Committee, Employ ment: Pennside Pharmacy, Job Title: Owner, High School Attended: Central High, Col lege Attended: Temple University Pharmacy, B.S., Ph.G. MR. DONALD E. GRAHN 109 Butter Lane Mt. Penn, Pennsylvania Chairman, Teachers Committee, Employment: A- merican Casualty, .lob Title: Vice-President of Personal Lines Department, High School Attended: Lynn Classical High, College Attended: Tufts, Bachelor in Navy Science, Holy Cross, A.B. in Economics. MR. CHARLES F. SPRINGER 2101 Highland Avenue Mt. Penn, Pennsylvania Employment: Althouse Chemical Company, Job Title: Chief Engineer, High School Attended: Sewanhaka, New York, College Attended: M.l.T., B.S. in Mechanical Engineering. A MR. JOHN STEWART, JR. 112 Butter Lane Mt. Penn, Pennsylvania Chairman of Budget and Finance Committee, Employment: Reading Tube Corporation, Job Title: Director and Controller, High School At- tended: North Wales, Pennsylvania, College At- tended: M.l.T., B.S. i MRS. ERMA A. SWOPE 2223 Ferkiomen Avenue Mt. Penn, Pennsylvania Chairman, Curriculum Committee, High School Attended: Mt. Penn High School, College Attended: Albright College, B.S. in Home Economics. 'x Two Top Administrators Run DR. CARL F. CONSTEIN, SUPERVISING PRlNClPAL Dr Carl F Constein our su ervisin rinci al co - ' 1 P 9 P' P I ' ordinates the activities of the school from his office in the Administration Building at Pennside. Dr. Constein advises the Board of Education and heads the English Department. The community and school district are equal- ly fortunate to have such a man associated with them. I2 DR. CARL F. CONSTEIN 2606 Filbert Avenue Mt. Penn I Reading, Pennsylvania Kuiztown State College, B-5 T Pl U versity, Ed-M-I Edn- School in Demanding Positions rw mi' W E Mt. Penn, Reading, Pennsylvania of Pennsylvania, M.S. I3 MR. ROTHENBERGER DISCUSSES FUTURE PLANS wlri-L DIANE wg f'XlEfiQN,p':'- ROTHEINBERGER I C O0 III'1CI KEMMERLING, LEONARD sruMP, AND RANDOLPH BLATT. 2322 Grandview Avenue Kutztown State College, B.S., Universitt' A very capable and devoted administra- tor is Mr. Emerson N. Rothenlaerger, high school principal. His genuine concern for each and every student makes him well- liked by all. His unoleirstanding nature and sincere advice make even the most 'formid- able situations a little less worrisome. Interested in creating a 'Friendly atmos- phere in the school, Mr. Rothenberger al- ways responds to everyone with a warm greeting. His helpfulness and cooperation have won him the respect and admiration of students and faculty alike. We wish Mr. Rothenberoer all the happiness and suc- cess in the future at Mou-nt Penn. MR. ROTHENBERGER LAUGHINGLY ORDERS HIS SECRETARIES, MRS. SANDRA PARIS AND MRS. JANICE LINCOLN, TO GET DOWN TO WORK. . ' We See These Busy People Every -amide ,m,,QE......m Ei .. I MR. DAVID S. ZIMMERMAN Birdsboro Pa. East Stroudsburg State, B.S., Temple University M.A., Guidance Counselor, Field Trip Coordina or. NEXT . . . HEH, HEH, HEH!" chuckles Mr. David Zimmerman, guidance counselor, to a confused student. JANICE LINCOLN MRS. JOHN LINCOLN, JR. 2016 Lorraine Rd., Hampden Heights, Reading, Pennsylvania Mt. Penn High School, Class of 1962, Attended McCann's School of Business, High School Recep- tionist and Switchboard Operator. SANDRA L. PARIS MRS HERBERT J. PARIS l37l Perkiomen Avenue Reading, Pennsylvania Mt. Penn High School, Class of 1960, High School Secretary. Bidding farewell to Mrs. Max guest assembly speaker, are I4 Da - in the Office or in Class lnstrumental in the operation of our school is Mr. William I. Purnell, Assistant Principal. Also serving as Senior Class Advisor, Mr. Purnell guides the seniors through their busy final year. ln his capacity as Director of Athletics, he is required to schedule athletic contests and secure referees. Mr. Purnell may also be seen regulat- ing traffic to and from the cafeteria. Mount Penn is certainly fortunate to have such an ef- ficient worker on its staff. Mr. David S. Zimmerman might be called an- other class advisor except that he serves as guidance counselor for the entire student body. A good sense of humor and sincere helpfulness characterize this affable man. The efficient running of the high school office depends upon its secretaries, Mrs. Janice Lincoln and Mrs. Sandra Paris. Filling out late slips and procuring keys for students are only two of their multitudinous duties. We all call upon the services of the office staff at one time or an- other, and certainly owe them a debt of gratitude. Assistant Principal M-r. William l. Purnell poses for our PENN ALMA photographer. Caught by the camera during an interesting P.O.D. discussion I5 are Michael Roland and Mr. Purnell. THEIR WARM SMlLES GREET US EVERY LUNCH HOUR. From l. to r. are, Mrs. Irma Seifarth, cashier, Mrs. Deborah Hill, head cook, Mrs. Gertrude Michanis, second cook, Mrs. Phyllis U. Reese, Mrs. Anna Mae Wilson, third cook, Mrs. Mary Merritt, Mrs. Angela Azzolina, part-time workers. This Is the Team hich Strives The "MAD RUSH" be- gins at il:O5. Through the halls and down the steps, Mount Penn's en- ergetic students scurry to lunch. Awaiting them, they find steaming, de- licious meals, ranging from all-American hot dogs to scrumptious tur- key dinners. Through the efforts of our excellent cafeteria staff we are provided with not only tasty, but also nutritious lunches. These busy women per- form many and varied tasks, such as preparing meals, collecting money, and Washing dishes. The many services of the cafeteria staff are great- ly appreciated by all who take advantage of them. CONTEMPLATING A TASTY LUNCH ARE: l. to r., Dennis Rothen- berger, and Susan Breitegam while Mrs. Angela Azzolina cheerfully assists. R l D D l N G THEM- SELVES OF DIRTY DISHES ARE: l. to r., Bruce Godshall, Ken- neth Reiver, Scott Leibold, and Barbara Rick. "NOl YOU CAN'T CHARGE IT! exclaims Mr. Hamilton as William Wescott asks about his "Diner's Club Card. l 1 for the Well-Being of Students The iob ot keeping Mt. Penns students in a state of good health, rests upon Dr. Robert Deach, physician, and Dr. Rod- ney Reeder, dentist. The daily work load, however, falls on Mrs. Ethel Hill, our school nurse. For the many trivial and serious ac- cidents which they have handled, the students are deeply grateful. Far .i f i l 3 "AFRAID YOU'RE SUFFERING FROM HYPERTENSlON," DR. ROBERT DEACH informs Barry Saul. ROBERT A. DEACH, M.D. I 229 North 25th Street, Mt. Penn, Pennsylvania Albright College, Georgetown University, Medical School, School Doctor. MY WHAT LOVELY FILLINGS qurps Dr Reed er to Judy Sassaman R.,K. REEDER, D.D.S. 501 Carsonia Avenue, Pennside, Reading, Pennsylvania Pennsylvania State University, B.S., University of Pittsburgh, D.D.S. MRS. ETHEL C. HILL, R.N. 1442 Friedensburg Road Reading, Pennsyl- vania Temple University Hospital, School Nurse. "YOU REALLY NEED THOSE GLASSES, DON'T YOU?" asks Mrs. Hill of Pamela Barr. I7 They Maintain a Clean S ealth MR. ARTHUR AULENBACH PREPARES FOR THE NOlSY BUS TRIP HOME. MR. ARTHUR l. AULENBACH B 124 R. D. 4 Rceyading, Pennsylvania Mount Penn has reason to be proud of its in s.. devoted Team of custodians. Their demanding iob requires that they be constantly on the alert for burnt-out light bulbs and spilled trays. Their responsibilities include the whole area of the school-from driving the bus to mow- ing the lawn. Thanks for a iob well done. 5 fll The man who keeps us in paper and other supplies is Nlr. Henry Zimmerman, our Busi- ness Manager. In addition, Mr. Zimmerman 3 is head of the custodians for the entire dis- trict. The great responsibilities which rest up- on him do credit to his sense of organization. if lls Sig MR. HENRY A. ZlMMERMAN 35 South Laurel Street Kutziown, Pennsylvania is. 6 ,L f ,Y JY J jf' 4 iivim ,. f:. A 1 ,w f ,. 2 3 if : . , ,, i S Q W GUIDANC .,, l l l l Q 1 , 3 . lf, l i int ttltttt l 1 fl llllllllltllil l lgll 1 l is l s .l , i l i S 1 l lsllt EN il "tgirl lil ! M ll 'alla-1'all'.'.l' xx 1 ll .R itll' tillllw,-'l . ,,., ..,,. .. ,,,..,. its 1'fT'f56 ' l cttc A Lfllljllll7',Qfllf,,'lffQi?ffl,Qli'fQl'QiQ,'fQ7fL,mm -,,,,, . ,,,,L,,, l - ,,h. ,, ,, . . ,, ., ,, U . , , ., , . fi. w r t I li tri. +P- ' f A ll' it H , l i,lt4llltJtt.t1lj,t mlgeglll"l9jMWrffE,lltlt,f ll, ,Q QW fps .. , if t 1 it tsl- fl l .l , .lf . tsl lp -ywuil. R u r t i lt ,lafgt l Q, i 7 wt lil i tl 5 It Q ' ,P f C 2 w f Eli ll. til 5 if. ,f.' t ., qyf f:,t1+,wf.y,W l,f-Ui.l,,.l.,,,,H- 5 ll W lil ll J 1 3 5 . 5 i l i To enable us to draft our "BLUEPRINT FOR SUCCESS," vve need preci- l sion tools. As an architect depends on his pencil and t-square, our l blueprint depends on guidance. We are given this guidance by our , r L Teachers who have aided, praised, and, when necessary, criticized lfl f l us. As the t-square guides the' architect's pencil, so do our teachers 5 l ' guide us in order that our blueprint may be perfect. ln our "BLUE- l l g PRINT FOR SUCCESS" we find numerous fine but impressionable lines. Q , With these slight lines, we form a pattern with which to build our lives, 5 g and the line ot guidance forms the sturdy base for lives. If this base l 1 . ll, should be drawn wrong in any way, we would not have as perfect a life. To express our appreciation we dedicate this portion of our book to those who helped make it possible-our teachers. 20 M W M A mg ffflw 'Qjwsmjggiq gg FN Z 5' sf ,Gliqiv Ig. 35 3, Sf-MZLQQSQ ? P5 W J a KL 'f My Ma - , ', S Q 5 Lifdifwfrv, gk , ' fggf A , ., U Mi' 'ik qw 'A f i vt "I v ? 4' 'fik 5914911 7' - W , Mr'S5,, , gMkQ .. A9 WQRQEE HEAD OF BUSINESS DEPARTMENT MRS. SUSAN H. LATSHAW 201 Lincoln Road Reading, Pennsylvania Rider College, B.S. in Ed., Business Education: Shorthand, Secretarial Practice, Typing ancl Nofe- hand, Advisor of Sophomore Class Business Education of Toda 'fl DIDN'T MEAN TO TYPE THAT," Stephanie Evans ponders while M-rs. Susan Laishaw peers pleasantly on Diane Selfz's and Henry Shirk's work. MRS. ROBERT G. HAAG 205 West Forty-Sixlh Slreel Green Tree Acres Reading, Pennsylvania Bucknell University, B.S. in Business Education, Business Educalian: Typing I, Typing II, English IV, Clerical Office Practice, and General Business, Advisor of PENN ALMA 22 "I SAID MISSISSIPPI . . . NOT CHUCKLES MRS. ROBERT G. HAAG TO Leads to Job Success Tomorrow Students who choose to follow a BLUE- PRINT FOR SUCCESS in business are pro- vided with excellent tacilities to develop their skills. The various courses offer an educational foundation for employment in secretarial, clerical, or general office work. From the basic education obtained in iunior business training to the complex elements of free enterprise grasped in economics, pupils receive an extensive education in modern business methods from Mount Penn's Business Education Department teachers in a manner that is characteristically efticient. "MAYBE l DON'T WANT TO SMILE" says Charles Lloyd to Ronald King, Mrs. Ellen Weber and Joseph Krotolski. MRS. ELLEN C. WEBER 435 Court Street Reading, Pennsylvania Bloomsburg State Teachers, B.S. Business Education: Business Mathematics, Bookkeeping I, Clerical Record Keeping, Retail Merchandising, Business Law. Ad- visor of Future Business Leaders ot America, "Operation Ditto," "Operation Service," Future Merchants of America, Awards Committee, School Ticket Sales, and National Honor Society Committee. 23 "THlS IS THE WORK OF AN AGGRESSIVE STUDENT," explains Mrs. Irene Keller, instructor, to Robert Fry- moyer, William Hildebrand, and Beverly Ernst. MRS. IRENE KELLER 5'l4 Byrcm Street Pennside Reading, Pennsylvania East Stroudsburg State Teachers College, B.S., Advisor, Commencement Speeches. English, English ls a Vital Subject for The purpose of the English Department is to further our knowledge and understanding, and to help us in communica- tion. For if a man cannot be un- derstood, his ideas will not be recognized. Our capable English Department, under the supervi- sion ot Dr. Carl F. Constein as department head, strives to attain these goals in grades seven through twelve. MR. JAMES J. O'CONNOR R. D. 2 Box 370 Pottsville, Pennsylvania Kutztown State College, B.S., English ll, Ad- visor, Essay Contests. MR. JAMES O'CONNOR POINTS OUT THE STRUCTURE OF ELIZABETHAN THEATERS TO Jomes Holland, Sharon Eshbach, and Charles Koch. "BE CAREFUL!" warns Mr, Robert G. Haag to Jeanne Holland, Robert Dieffenbach, and John Head. MR. ROBERT G. HAAG 205 W. 46th Street Green Tree Acres Reading, Pennsylvania Kulzrown Slate College, B.S., English I and Eighth Grade English, Advisor-Seventh grade. MISS JOHANNA C. STROLLO 204 Carroll Slreel Reading, Pennsylvania Kufzlown Stale College, B.S., Pennsylvania State University, M.Ed., English Ill, Reading, Public Speaking, Director, Senior Class Play, Co- advisar Junior Class. and Steve Helms. "l GUESS YOU WONDERED WHY l CALLED YOU ALL TOGETHER," beams Miss Johanna C Sfrollo to Michael Richards, Joseph Krotulski The Stud of Languages Develop MUSIC PLAYS A LARGE PART IN MRS. HOWARD EDSALL'S LATIN AND FRENCH CLASSES. Seated-Sheila Erlbaum: Standing, I. to r., Thomas Miller, Carol Troyen, Mrs. Howard Edsall, instructory and Susan Tice. MRS. HOWARD E. EDSALL 604 Penndale Avenue Pennside Reading, Pennsylvania Ohio Northern University, B.S., Latin, French and English, Junior Class Advisor. 5 MISS EMILY C. YOCOM "YES, FRED, I'M SURE THIS IS THE CORRECT SWlTCH," says Miss Emily Yocum to Fred Melroy. le6l0.N0"l' Twelllll Sf' r., Ingrid Baker, Andrea Blumberg, Fredrick Melroy, and Miss Emily Yocom. eadrng, Pennsylvania Albright College, A.B., French II, Ill, and English. l Tolerance and Cultural Respect i HEAD OF FOREIGN LANGUAGE DEPART- MENT MRS. HELENE E. OTT R. D. 3 Box 510 Reading, Pennsylvania University of Pennsylvania, Temple University, B.S. in Education, M.S. in Education, German. "COME lN, PLANET Xl85925240," PLEADS LORI SILVERMAN AS MRS. HELENE OTT WATCHES. World understanding is something all of us hope for. The Mt. Penn language department plays a big part in developing this concept in the student. Em- phasis is placed not merely upon learning a lan- guage, but on becoming familiar with customs and topography. This year, the highlight of the school social sea- son was the Fasching-Mardi Gras Ball. The gym was transformed into a veritable fairylancl of cafe scenes and band pavilions. Mt. Penn is fortunate to possess three such ex- cellent language instructors. RELAXING AT THE MARDI GRAS are Eileen Landis, Robert Zim- merman, Ann Levan, and JoAnn Brader, i umbers Are the Business, HEAD OF MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT MR. NEVIN S. MATZ 245 Friedensburg Road f Mt. Penn Reading, Pennsylvania Kutztown State College, B.S, Subiect Advanced Mathematics, Geometry, Senior Mathematics, and Trigonometry. "THAT'S RlGHT, CLASS, SIXTEEN DOES COME AFTER FlFTEEN," Mr. Matz smiles doubtfully, Peggy Kropp, Richard Riggs, Robert McCrudclen, and Douglas Mille-r listen attentively. MR. RICHARD C. HAMILTON 280i Filbert Avenue Pennside Reading, Pennsylvania Pennsylvania State University, B.S., Temple versity, M. in Education. Subiect: Geometry, Advisor: Student Council. "AND WE TOOK THE PATTERN FOR SHARON'S SHIRT FROM THIS GEOMETRIC DESIGN Hamilton comments to Susan Alter, Gary Wolfe, and Sharon Lightca-p. 28 f This Department MR. WILLIAM O. STRICKLER Box 549 R. D. 3 Reading, Pennsylvania metic and Algebra I. shouts Mr William Strlckler to Charles Nein as John Keller and Kathleen Schultz The obiective of the mathe- matics department is to teach students the art of logical and orderly thinking. Every day of our lives we in some way ap- ply the forces of learning acquired from our mathematical men- tors. The basic understanding of math which we receive here at Mt. Penn is beneficial in all the other subiects where math might be used. The study of mathe- matics, from arithmetic through geometry and trigonometry, paves the way for students to go out into the business world or on to college. 29 if ,W M-www, ,W Mr. Richardx Bierly points out the principles of set theory to William Westcott, an 8-I student Millersville State College, B.S., Sub ects Ar Modern Labs and Good Equipmen "SHALL WE LET IT RIP?" Mr, Bartle queries Deborah Paris, Amy Knoblauch, and Robert Breitebam. Science is a field which affects OL lives eve-ry day-whether we are sitting in biology class, or repairing an electric cord. To keep our students abreast of scientific advancements, Mt. Penn pos- sesses four very able instructors. Basic foundations are laid in general science, biology, chemistry, and physics are also offered. Mt. Penn is fortunate to have three well-equipped laboratories, here the stuf dents have an opportunity to conduct experiments and see the results for themselves. We are grateful for the ad vantages given us by the science depart- ment. GLENN D. BARTLE, II 614 Byram Street Pennside, Reading, Pa. Ithaca College, B.S. in Phys- ical Education, Science, Health, Advisor-Varsity Base ketball, Junior High Base- ball. LAWRENCE E. RICKOLT 108 Brcbst Street Shillington, Pa. Kutztown State Teachers College, B.S., Uni- versity cf Pennsylvania, M.S., Bialo9Y. General Science, Advisor of Debate. "I KNOW IT LOOKS LIKE A CHANGE DISPENSER, BUT . . ." Mr. Rickolt demon- strates apparatus to Randy Cohen, Frank Sager, Dianne Davis, and Karen Hoffman. an Excellent Science Courses Susan Madary, and Mimi Oritsky. EAD OF SCIENCE DEPARTMENT LLEN R. SCHUTT 3 Second Street illington, Pa. tztown State College, B.S. in Education ography, Earth Science, Advisor-Junior Class y, Junior High lntermural Basketball, 8th ade. HAT'S THIS, A PERPETUAL MOTION MACHlNE?" Mr, Stern fructs Robert Zimmerman, Sidney Rachlin, and Susan Reiniger. . HAROLD E. STERN l Perklomen Avenue cling, Pa. ztown State College, B.S. in cation, Chemistry, Physics, Ad- r-Key Club. Events of the Past and Futuirt "A ROSE AMONG THORNS," says Mr. Wil- liam Purnell of Linda Noch as Richard Riggs and Douglas Miller look an. HEAD OF SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT MR. WILLIAM T. PURNELL 607 North 25th Street Pennside Reading, Pennsylvania Kutztown State College, B.S. in Education, Problems of Democracy, Advisor: Faculty Manager of Athletics, Senior Class. 'mwe- Fi ti 5 SS Q, Every man needs an awareness of history. The fine social studies de- partment here at Mt. Penn is equipped to give us that consciousness of past events which may influence future incidents. Social studies, how- ever, is not merely the study of the man's actions on our planet, but the study of the world around us and what it is comprised of. Students are offered courses in economics and are apprised of situa- tions in our business community through our Weekly forum seminars. Everyone should realize the ad- vantages of becoming a conscientious social studies student. MISS JANE S. CUNNIUS 524 Mulberry Street Reading, Pennsylvania Kutztcwn State College, B.S., University A Pennsylvania, M.S., U.S. History, World tures, Advisor: United Nations Club, YvT "SHALL WE TUNE IN ROMPER ROOM?" asks Miss Jane Cunnius as Carol Sargeant, Kenneth Sproule, and Constance Henry look on. 32 hich Come to Life MR. JOSEPH A. MILLER l9 Berks Place Wyomissing, Pennsylvania Muhlenberg, College, Ph.B,, World History, A- merican History, Advisor: Seventh Grade Cc Sponsor. A NOTEBOOK CHECK COMING," Mr. Miller informs Karen Moore, Jeffrey Sakin, Blank, Mr. Joseph Miller, seated, Francis Epstein, and Michael Moyer. DONALD C. TROUTMAN Penn Aven and ue Pennsylvania State, B.S., Civics, Pennsylvania History, Advisor: Cross-Country "l JUST ADORE HISTORY, DON'T YOU?" remarks Louise Sargeant to Randall Miller, as Mr. Donald Troutman smiles in agreement. 33 They Teach Us Skills in Fine Art MR. GERALD K. ROMlCH A Myrtle Avenue Stony Creek Mills Reading, Pennsylvania Kutztown State College, B.S. in Art Education, Art, Advisor, Poster Club, Make-up Committee, Ninth Grade. MR. GERSHOM G. KROM T500 Cleveland Avenue Wyomissing, Pennsylvania West Chester Slate College, B.S., World Cultures, Health, Driver Education. Art can take many forms from Van Gogh to Rembrandt to Wyeth. The art department, under Mr. Ger- ald Romich, endeavors to cultivate an awareness of the many elements of art. Through work in different media, the student has a chance to express his own inner feelings, and to make that feeling visible to others. Art is but one of the many courses of- fered at Mt. Penn which tend to produce a well-rounded individual. Driver Training is a very useful skill. Taught by Mr. Gershom Krom, the course is a valuable one for any student who decides to learn to drive. MBER WHEN YOU WANT TO GO LEFT PULL "REME , THIS LITTLE LEVER DOWN," EXPLAINS MR. KROM TO SANDRA MERVINE. DEMONSTRATING SOME OF HIS STUDENTS' LATEST ART WORK IS MR. GERALD K. ROMICH. El nd Practical Driver Training MR. LESTER YEAGER SKILLFULLY DIRECTS THE BAND DURING AN AFTERNOON REHEARSAL. Music at Mount Penn entails more than merely singing. Mr. Lester Yeager strives to instill in his students an appreciation of the world's finest music. The use of the record playerris a large part of his classes. Mr. Yeager also endeavors to have his classes learn to read music and become familiar with different instruments. The school is fortunate to have such a fine musician on its staff. I A recent addition to the music department is Mrs. Ruth Keeney. Although Mrs. Keeney is only at the high school on Mondays, We see the evidence of her work with the Junior Chorus. During the French assembly, Mrs. Keeney directed the chorus in its selec- tions. We hope Mrs. Keeney has found her first year in our district to be a fulfilling one. , ,H ,,. AND MARGARET HILL. I 1 I MRS. RUTH KEENEY 2329 Fairview Street West Lawn, Reading, Pennsylvania West Chester Slate Teachers, B.S. in Music Education, Music, Advisor, Junior Chorus. MRS. RUTH KEENEY PREPARES TO GO OVER SOME MUSIC WITH PAULA ZECHMAN, SHEILA ERLBAUM, ACCOMPANISTg MR. LESTER R. YEAGER 512 Bellevue Avenue Laureldale, Pennsylvania Lebanon Valley College, B.S.. Ithaca College, M.S. in Music Education, Elementary Instru- mental Music, Junior and Sen- ior Band, Advisor, Dance Band. Homemakers Plan for the Future MRS. RALPH Y. LEININGER lMildredJ 3742 Patton Street , St. Lawrence Reading, Pennsylvania Hood College, B.S. in Home Economics, Homemaking. "BUT l'M SURE I PUT IT IN THIS OVEN!" exclaims Alice Zillis to Mrs. Ralph Leininger as Patricia Heim, Diane Weaver, and Paula Zechman look on. MRS. ROGER BROWN lEleanorel 331 Corsonia Avenue Mt. Penn Reading, Pennsylvania Albright College, B.S. in Home Economics, Sub- ject: Homemoking, Advisor: Usherelles. Preparing girls tor Their future roles as homemakers is the inten the Home Economics Department. The girls are tamiliarized with c ing, sewing, and other values of food and the history of fashion interior design. Certainly, a great deal ot gratitude is owed to Home Economics Department tor developing its girls into the housewives ot tomorrow. "BACK TO THE SEWING, GIRLS!" . . . ll. to r.J Gloria Nowotarski, Jill Henry, Mrs. Brown, Judith Ennis, and Constance Henry. 36 Developing Skills ls Their im RICHARD A HARTMAN Mineral Spring Road Pennsylvania S e Cllege BS in Eclucaion Arts Metal Working Printing M Drawing Advisor AudraVlsual Aids "CENTER THE LINES VERTICALLY AND HORlZONTALLY," says Mr. Richard Hartman to Joseph Snyder, Fred Fawcett, and James Riegel. The need for acquainting young men with the field of industrial arts is very evident. Mount Penn is fortunate in having modern and practical quipment for the use of its students. The industrial arts department consists of four definite sections- metal shop, wood shop, print shop, and mechanical drawing-to suit he interests of all. The future is filled with unlimited opportunities or those students interested in employing their vocational skills. 2, .-...n 2 t 2 l l MR. JOHN H. SEIFARTH 2426 Filbert Street Mt. Penn, Pennsylvania l Pennsylvania State University, B.S. in Industrial Education, Industrial Arts: Woodwork, Electricity, Mechanical Drawing, Advisor Stage Crew. Strong Minds and Strong Bodies MISS ANITA GEIGER EXPLAINS ONE METHOD OF TAKING A FOUL SHOT TO Deborah Bertolet as Phyllis Brooks, Dathleen Becker, and Joanne Nelis listen attentively. MISS ANITA A. GElG'ER Elverson, Pennsylvania Pennsylvania State University, B.S. Health, Phys- ical Education, Advisor, Girl's Leader Corps, Co-ed Volleyball, Coach, Girls' Hockey, Bas- ketball, Softball, Cheerleaders. MEMBERS OF THE EIGHTH GRADE GYM CLASSES DAN-CE TO CALLS OF "SWlNG 38 Evolve the Leaders of Tomorrow RONALD M. HIMMELBERGER llege, B.S. in Health and Boys' Health, Corps, Coach , Varsity Intramural Program, York AND "DO-Sl-DO." "THEN I LET HIM HAVE IT WITH A LEFT HOOK," explains Dennis Stephens to Bruce Godshall anal Michael Jackson as Mr. Ronald Himmelberger looks on. A fit mind and a fit body go hand in hand. Miss Anita Geiger and Mr. Ronald Himmelberger aim to make the students aware of their full capacities. A varied program of' sports--from hockey and soccer to gymnastics and volleyball-is presented to awaken an interest in physical education. The activities are designed to teach discipline, teamwork, and fair play. Health classes provide a tri-weekly forum for the discussion ot first aid and common diseases. Audio visual aids are put to full use in the teaching of anatomy. The school has reason to be proud of its fine physical education department. 39 ' 'PALEOBOTANY' IS EVERYONE'S FAVORITE PAS- TlME." Comments Katherine Shirk to Tho-mas Blum, as Mrs. Gallagher, Librarian, stands by. MRS. DOROTHY GALLAGHER 603 Brighton Avenue Reading, Pennsylvania Kutztown State College, B.S. in Education, Librarian, Advisor: National Honor Society, Library Staff. Reading Skills and Librar s Anyone who has ever made a book report or researched for a report knows the value of a good library and a good librarian to go with it. Mt. Penn is indeed fortunate to possess both. Mrs. Dorothy Gallagher efficiently runs the library by doing a num- ber of iobs which would make most people give up. Her aid in finding lust the right book has been invaluable to innu- merable students. re Vital Mrs. Cathryn Hart, however, is the person who develops The good readers who use our li- brary. IT is Through her efforts that we become aware of The pleasures of reading. Reading skills are vital To all of us, if we cannot read, we cannot learn. Reading is one of liTe's great ioys. IT is Through books that we share all The world's adven- tures. We owe Mrs. Hart a great deal Tor instilling a love of read- ing in our students. "HAVE BOOK TRUCK, WILL READ." Agree reading students Margaret Smith, Dennis Mathews, and Gerald Batastini, with Mrs. Cathryn Hart, supervisor. MRS. CATHRYN R. HART 806 Woodward Drive Greenfields Reading, Pennsylvania Kutztown State College, Normrll Cerfificvte, Re medial Reading Instructor of our district. l 4 S Rl lj T ir rm vw ffm rmiiwlliiillvlixihl li ll l lui l1,g1lf1Y?l?l',,, ff gl? P515 grEfiil"g?,gl T rg L A, ' 1 my 4 T rl? .,1q.'l ,g ,-iifgif. M. , . - ,., f g,yf5i farMif,. w T' ri, fr f lf ll? ir l K iymgs, A1 E,m,gs'g,gif.,i,gr EN Q Qi Wig? Hifi ,wg f in 3dig.f:i.?2h , . .. gig. ygglggh fsliigglgsfllwfil ggi - li 15 I 'T fi if . i w gif ' 1... -w i, u,.'f.--H, . -,, .. ,-,, -,.,..- i,,,,....-.,r,.,., .Hi ,,... . , .. Q ,g Sin 2 lr ilu.. , f u if: A -!. T, -,..'u.i.f ig ljw-1'--' . 3- U' T H' . 1.1. f., 1 if-5 ,--' li .sf ri" 'si-nf igge 1-,L I .1 1.. -1 ff ilk ,RTX vi AX fi -- Nfl " ..i ,i i 'i" '-f ' ' "' "T r - si -'T 51'-r u. ,JW ' will Elgf's:'5"W' H, f.TE'Q"B51 ,Q iylhisqia fi Mir, ,Q i ll Pl T i 7 ,M 1, 1' qw .ff '+ .-in-' Mk-T '-,if i,.'i 5' 'if '.w!4?, pf3'. r ,,n:.'. "' 11g,f5. gfyysi- f"i9's ,' 'Nr 15: I fa, v -4 . , i, . :fl-L as wil-V I. . , m L.m,il , ,rlhfl 4. TW? fi Y ll lr liiiiiiri i ii ii is rr T 'gill r . Nl ,, ,, . . ,il li 3 iilwiillllllvvliicvli ii' ,. We, The senior class of 1964, are The leaders of Today. Behind us we leave The leaders of Tomorrow. They will iudge Themselves by our accomplishments or misTakes, but we shall leave a parT of us aT MT. Penn. Behind each line drawn in our HBLUEPRINT FOR SUCCESS" lies much planning and careful ThoughT, as behind each year Thar we serve as sTudenTs lies ThoughT and hard work. WiTh each year we endeavor To perfecr ourselves. We labor so ThaT we may assume leader- ship and responsibiliTy. lf we succeed, we shall seT an example for oThers To follow, and if noT, we serve as a warning. We shall conTinue To sTrive, buT now we leave MT. Penn High School in The hands of Those who Tollovv-and To whom We dedicaTe This porTion of our book. 42 'PWS 'N fl WWW 5 W Jig? W2 ? H MI AW W '41 ,Q HQ ' REZWEQZYE 15, y ggg gfvf- , ,, 3f, , , Q . Q - - sg ,f mi l ei 2 J- f 1 :14 f in .5 -1 2 5 B vu ? Factors of Success Assemble SEVENTH GRADE CLASS OFFICERS, l. to r., James Koch-President, Stephen Mavrides-Vice-Pres- iclent, Susan Noch-Secretary-Treasurer. 44 0 6 6 Grade school doors closed behind them for the last time, our seventh graders can novv look ahead to the challenges that will cointront Them as they travel high school's road to suc- cess. lnstead of one teacher to guide th-em, they now have several. There are no academic or athletic fields unwilling to offer them a place. With each year their newly acquired skills will mount and take form, until, at last, when their schooling is completed, they can look back on this year with wistful rem- iniscence-for how simple it was then! Some may view this year as insignificant, but how indispen- sable it really is. As with a blue print's intricate parts, each year of one's schooling cannot be discarded without a notable loss. Seventh grade is the foundation in which to build great things. The Blueprint Takes on a Shape, EAGER TO LEARN ARE THE 7-l STUDENTS-First Row, l. to r,, Donald Eligman, John Misiaszek, Jeffery Hallman, Robert O'Reilly, Howard Light- man, Ira Joseph Steven Romich, Gary Roland, Robert Ereitegam, George Hatza, Second Row, l. to r., Susan Noch, Louise Mendelsahn, Margaret Bruton, Marilyn Hemstreet, Alayne Kistler, Lisa Brown, Deborah Daniels, Vicky Greenberg, Laurie Silverman, April Szaip Third Row, l. to r,, Jane Henry, Carol Hunsberger, Joan Eltonhead, Richard Hamburger, Marcia Roslin, Anna Reaves, Susan Hullinger, Amy Knoblauch, Scott Yoder, Sandra Lindermuth, Deborah Paris, Catherine Dieffenbach. Absent: Cynthia Dukowski and Margaret Hill. JUST GETTING lNTO THE GROOVE ARE THE 742 STUDENTS-First Row, l. to r., Thomas Forester, Thomas Stephen, Maurice Fink, Bryan Reed, Richard Hart. 5fl0ft Elielef ROL-Veff 5l'lUmUl't, JSFFY l-UTZ, Neil Sefvenli Second Row, l- to r., Dorian Stuart, Stephanie ,Stewart, Bonnie Seifrit, Louis Sargeant, Leslie Grossman, Wendy Quillen, Denise Herzog, Victoria Stichler, Christie Bolton, Diane Stick, Esther Gold, Marilyn Beckerp Third Row, l. to r., Jane Geiger, 5ldn9Y Albeffsf GGVY Gfeenbefgi Robeff R0fTlUf1Skl, Paul Kllbe, 5l'lGFOn Cfllaldo, Margaret Shirk, Daniel Reiniger, Steven Stein, Stephen Mavrides, Randall Miller, James Koch, Robin Wagner. Which ill Form Its Foundation LEARNING NEW WAYS are 7-3-First Row, I. to r., Teddy Hess, Lee Hecht, John Herman, Scott Diamond, Alan Brown, Richard Ensslen, Gory Boettcher, Jack Borden, Kimball Price: Second Row, Diane Weaver, Susan Breitegam, Suzanne Sauppe, Margaret Smith, Hattie Barnes, Patricia Heim, Judith Koller, Sharon Mayberry, Alice Zilles, Eve Pedulla, Marlene O'Grattis, Judith Fawberg Third Row, Geary Batastini, Elaine Martin, Eric Diamond, Paula Zechman, Holly McCaw, Dennis Rothenberger, John Richter, Kim Yochum, Connie Gockley, Jane Rogers, Alan Blumberg, James Matz, Dennis Matthews. Absent: Theodore Ennis and Todd Goodman. MAKING NEW FRIENDS-7-4 are: First Row, I. to r., Dennis Bissell, Benedict Renkus, Charles Stoner, Charles Seyler, Dennis Bundensp Second Row, Jill Schell, Bonnie Ermold, Karen Gerhart, Karen Seidel, Sharon Skelding, Dorothy Hoffman, Shelley Schell, Susan Pingitore, Janice Hoffmang Thircl Row, Keith Sproule, Dennis Scheuring, Thomas Sassaman, Deborah Kantner, Kathy Lilienfield, Terrance Boyer, Randall Herbein, Michael Hawkins, Michael Kline. Absent: Scott Cholewa, Thomas Cholewa, Wayne lmes, and Peter Lengel. Qualities of Service and Honor Having survived their term as "gree-nies", our eighth grad- ers have experience a small taste of iunior high school life. No longer the underdogs, they can look down with haughty disdain upon the students in whose! footsteps they used to walk. Perhaps their most trying year is behind them, and they can look ahead to greater things. They have constructed a firm foundation during the past year for their road to success, and many already have aspirations for their future vo-cations. They have displayed their usefulness in Junior High Sports and have won honor roll standings. They have broadened their friend- ships and picked out favorite teachers. Our eighth graders a-re iust beginning their climb to' a bright future. If they plan well and use their facilities wisely their finish-ed product will be happily satisfied and successful students. THE SMILING FACES OF THE EIGHTH GRADE HOMEROOM PRESlD'ENTS are: I. to f., Francis Epstein, Room 205, Carol Kramer, Room 207, Naomi Olster, Music Room, Joanne Sandt, Room 203. 47 A.. S 'em ,. s .5 Are the Permanent Beams Which, EAGERLY LOOKING FORWARD TO BEING FRESHMEN are 8-1-First Row, I. to r., Robert Oberhaltzer, Donald McLaughlin, Jeffery Sakin, Michael Moyer, Richard Merritt, William Wescottp Second Row, l. to r,, Kathleen Kearney, Naomi Olster, Susan Roland, Carol Matthews, Francis Epstein, Joanne Sandt, Jan Cohen, Carol Kramery Third Raw, l. to r., Alan Stewart, Helmut Espig, Karen Moore, James Jack, Constance Mantis, Lewis Blonck, Stephen Deach. When Placed, Make for Success SECTION 8-4 APPEARS READY TO TAKE THE NEXT STEP IN LEARNING: I. to r., First Row, John Keller, Carl Rubright, Carl Furillo, Michael Jackson, David Nein, Jeffrey Gerhard, Charles Nein, Second Row, Fredrick Bissell, Kathleen Schultz, Sandra Guinther, Linda Schlegel, Brenda Yocum, Kathleen Becker, Judith Furillo, Richard Ullman, Third Row, Roger Evans, James Goclcley Catherine Coldren, Robert Seifert, Richard Sauppe, Barry Riggs. Absent: Kathy Lilienfeld. Freshmen Form a Complete Level "WE'RE THE LEADERS OF THE GROUP." The Freshman Class Officers are, l. to r., Susan Bard, Secretary, Kathleen Williams, Treasurer, Thomas Miller, President, and Thomas Przybeck, Vice-President. 50 Our ninth graders are shining examples of those worldly stu- dents who have successfully completed the rigorous hard- ships of junior high. Now, on the threshold of senior high school, they face the greater challenges of scholarship and leadership. Th-ey have laid a firm foundation for their struc- ture of success and have been duly recognized for their efforts. Their faces and actions have be- come familiar to the rest of the student body. The opportunity to participate in iunioir-varsity sports have been offered to them and they have clearly illustrated their athletic prowess. Yes, the freshmen are "in." They can look forward to three more years of steadily moving up the ladder of success to complete their blueprint. hich Is Necessary for Support THE BRIGHT SMILING FACES OF 9-l are-First Row, l. to r., Robert Dufner, James Boscov, Robert Koch, Paul Faranda, Michael Loose, Stephen Eichhorn, Thomas Przybeck, Todd Zimmerman, Reclge Greenberg, Second Row, Barbara Cutler, Susan Tice, Janet Kins, Ruth Salpeter, Ruth Rothenstein, Karen Stone, Lynn Zilles, Carol Wiswesser, Cynthia Woerle, Dawn Resslerp Third Raw, Bruce Leiby, lra Saul, Phyllis Kins, Carol Troyan, Elizabeth Rachlin, Susan Stichler, Thomas Miller, Michael Odum. Absent: Robert Fawber, Joan Danitz, and Sheila Erlbaum. THE PROUD MEMBERS OF 9-2 are-First Row, l. to r., Howard Millhauser, Lee Wentzel, Richard Moyer, Terry Holl, William Koller, Gary Wolfe, David Blass: Second Row, Linda Wentzel, Evelyn Purnell, Susan Harris, Susan Thomas, Cynthia DeHaven, Susan Blumberg, Kathy Billinger, Natalie Schwayer: Third Row, Sharon Lightcap, Kathleen Gutekunst, Albert Sommerfield, Richard Auchenbach, James Gilbert, Diane Greth, John Kemmerling, Edward Damario Danelle Huyett, Susan Alter. Absent: Joan Reber and Kathleen Williams. The Upper Stories Rely Upon lt TOMORROW'S LEADERS INCLUDE MEMBERS FROM 9-3, I. to r., are-First Row, Thomas Smith, John Drumheller, David Reichlein, Johnannas Bildstein, Richard Loeper, Robert Eligman, Peter McGow, Robert Moon: Second Row, Susan Lilienield, Jane Howard, Carole Smeck, Bonnie Hess, Donna Seidel, Brenda Speck, Marie Farina, Lee Marie Schaeffer, Sharon Edmonds, Joan Eckerg Third Row, Robert Ricker, Elaine Schwam- bach, Lillie Sweitzer, Barry Diamond, Barry Wenlzel, Loretto Loring, Donna Saupper, Allen Becker. Absent: Neil MeGettigan and Pamela Galen. Q 22 ,Q 25 em E? QQ iii E? in iii Vw wr E3 X5 235 55 sr iii 5 GQ as sl 2 na Q, Q .1 W 5 ,pl 5? ,Q 1 ,ff yy fd is as M Ji? mv K 5 5 .Q E as 2 3 , 3 indows Through hich to View HARD WORKERS FOR THE SOPHO- MORE CLASS ARE THE OFFICERS, l. to r., Andrew Shaprio, Vice-Pres- ident, Sharon Eshbach, Secretary, Karen Hoffman, President, Mrs. Susan Latshaw, Advisor, Donna Clothier, Treasurer. E i As sophomores, the tenth grade has begun to weld itself into a closely-knit, hard-working group. For the first time, they are being pushed to accept the responsibilities which go along with senior high. There is mio-ney needed to build the treasury, olances and assemblies to orga- nize, anol numerous sales to promote. The blueprint is iust begin- ning to take on a semblance of order. It will take two more years to reach completion. CThe class of i964 gratefully acknowledges the sponsorship of this page-SlO.J the World and to Be Noticed SOON TO BE .IUNIORS ARE MEMBERS OF SECTION 'IO-I-First Row, I. to r., Jay Mendelsohn, Michael Misiaszek, Andrew Shapiro, Brian Rudy, John DClUlfICh,' Frank Sager, Second Row, I. fo r., Sandra Mervine, Holly Hadesty, Francine Deulsch, Brenda Keller, Dianne Davis, Karen Hoffman, Duane Richter, Sherry Kisller, Dianne Babczak, Third Row, l. to r., Keith Humbert, Michael McKinney, Linda Hamaker, Marlin Slein, Linda Green- berg, Randy Cohen, Dennis Stephen. Absenl: Edwin Ogden. READY TO ASSUME THE RESPONSIBILITIES OF BEING .IUNIORS ARE MEMBERS OF SECTION I0-2-First Row, I. to r., Harry Seward, Marlin Ermold, John Eidam, Richard Wanner, Second Row, I, to r., Suzanne Yarling, Carol Sargeanl, Constance Henry, Sally Gilbert, Jill Henry, Gloria Nowolarski, Sherry Holl, Judith Ennis, Mary Lou Ensslen, Third Row, I lo r., Paul Lorah, Randall Reich, Wayne Schildl, Cathy Ludwig, William Shirlc, Rose Griffilh, Kenneth Sproule, Dennis Rick, Thomas Williams. Absent: Robert Eckert, Steve Farina, James Houser, Jay Rosen, and Douglas Weiherer. Symbols of Developing Maturit ENJOYING .SOPHOMORE LIFE ARE MEMBERS OF SECTION I0-3-First Raw, l. to r., Fred Knoll, Daniel Huyell, Donald Satler, Robert Brooks, William Shields, Charles Bender, Scoll Heiserg Second Row, l. Io r., Susan Schaeffer, Sharon Marlin, Patricia Heifer, Beverly Nein, Nancy Orrs, Jo Ann Kuhn, Kalhy O'Brien, Sara Seiverling, Third Row, I. Io r., Michael Losh, James Reigel, Joseph Jarosynski, Eric Backer, John Mieczkow- ski, Randall Miller, Byron Curry, Ronald Chrislman, Frank Pingalore. EOIOKING FORWARD TO BEING JUNIORS ARE SECTION 'IO-4-First Row, I, to r., Brent Quell, David Landis, Paul Felreroll, James Holland, Ronald V?lZf19Bf.liU1fY GW-eller, Robert 'ThOm0S, Sleven Russellg. Second Row, I. to r,, Sharon Eshback, Cynthia Kline, Lynette Schell, Barbara Rick, Sara Balsbaugh, do hi rrce, race Colden, Linda-Harf, Linda Scheluringy Third Raw, I. to r., George Lewis, Michael Ganlerl, Joseph Snyder, Elaine Readinger, Donna ofrer, Mark Gelz, Beverly Seidel, Donna SYISIIZEF, Waller Weaver, Roger Palm, Charles Koch. he Blueprint ls About Perfect With four years of successful- ly completed high school terms behind them, our Juniors stand tall and proud beside their long list of achievements. Our pres- ent Junior class boasts m-any outstanding individuals who have distinguished themselves as leaders in both academic and athletic fields. They have successfully performed their first class play and many al- ready veterans in National Honor Society. As our future senior class, they have used foresight and planned wisely with their loud- get-which so often doesn't reach! As the heads of next year's student organizations they will display their leader- ship and dependability. We're proud of our eleventh graders-they have paved a wide road towards their suc- cessful future, and adequately fulfill Mt. Penn's standards for friendly, well-rounded students. lThe class of 1964 grateful- ly acknowledge the sponsorship of this page-515.2 THESE ARE THE FOUR JUNIOR OF- FICERS WHO ARE PREPARING THEIR CLASS FOR THE BIG YEAR-I. to r., are-Ruth Ann Moyer, Treasurer, Richard Herbst, President, Miss Johanna Strollo, Co-Advisor, Lynn Geiger, Secretary, Mrs. Geraldine Eclsaill, Advisor, James Lutz, Vice- President. Its Further Success or Failur SENIORS IN THE MAKING-Members of II-I-First Row, I. Io r., John Howell, Kenneth Sherwood, Robert Zimmerman, Bruce Hershock, Second Row, Lynn Geiger, John Edwards, Eileen Babczak, Andrea Blumberg, Lori Hubbard, Patricia Oberholtzer, Judith Glauner, Ingrid Baker, Susan Reinigerg Third Row, Clara Hadesty, Donald Horowitz, Larry Ludwig, Sidney Rachlin, Virginia Mellert, David Schaeffer, Eric Erlbaum, Dennis Deutsch, Janice Stuebner. , EAGERLY AWAITING SENIQR. LIFE IS SECTION II-2-First Row, I, to r., William Stimmel, Philip Spayd, Barry Santee, Stephen Wolfe, Second Row, Nancy Lutz, Virginia Ruch, Elaine Porcaro, Arda Coyle, Susan Shirk, Harriet Lessing, Susan Frankhouser, Rosemary Haas, Marcia Dowlrngp Third Row, Ammon Neln, Robert Henrich, Herbert Davis, Donald Weller, Richard Herbst, Ronald Seidel, Jay Ressler, Fredrick Melroy. epends Upon Its Final Touch THESE ARE THE UP-AND-COMING BUSINESS STUDENTS OF ll-4-First Row, l. to r., Brent Nagle, Fred Fawcett, Daniel Fick, David Hoffmaster, Charles Lloyd, George Campitelli, Ralph Przybeclc, John Lucashg Second Row, Barbara Kline, Cheryl Klink, Jill Martin, Susan Auman, JoAnn Eshbach, Mollie Buck, Marsha Schell, Janet HCIQY, Christine Paskos, Sa ndra Stafford, Third Row, Linda Hafer, Ruth Ann Moyer, John Albright Earlene Lorah, James Schmitz, Donna Griffith, Linda Levandawski, Barbara Lis. OPPGRTLI ITY I W i bill Ml T PL Ti QM yi img, T bl gwhlfllfli hi if ,WT-iiii.iii,f-iff,ll?lr.liggg,2i.ii4.i,if:T.,M mi-E ill ip. :ggi-lima-TigV'ilgT 55f,...6M if Tiyyifff. ,y,rT.i.ilViwr fiifygl. wig, , ,cz rg ,Q i,.,i.-.wg limi . TFT T. li lf gr, Tdiblyyy lily lf wir fri i in i l l i . S . 1 T 41 T f 2 T l5 ,5li .iii . T, sl kg: , T yrs ::.J',f,w:mf4 2: -T.,-Maw 3 lfimreikffri-.LI.zffiigfgylqfrzfjnM-wi T- , .izaifiirr 'Tim 51, 51 1+ T' 71 T ri f. iz iam. fl.,awlgJ9 ww fr 1 T .- 'Fifflvfl-frvrrdiizh Ji I?-3-if , ' ,W 7.1. A51 lima rglqi .Q . ,.l5rilgf4l ss! 's , JIHCWTT AMI JV: f M467 W. 162 T5 3i3.f!T1,ff'f Us --'fi 5,5915 -li?lflZlElifl2cf1,eiJilTlg K. 7, T wif. 'J-T 15 . 7z" W ai?r: fi T li i T s 5 5 5 i E :Q l l 5 z ' T i l i T T f 4 1 , . ,Q l The blueprints have been drawn for The class of 1964. As seniors, and ThroughouT Their enTire school career, They have worked TogeTher and had fun TogeTher forming bases for friendships, goals, and ideals. Their ulTimaTe aim is To achieve success. WhaT kind of success? Many will sTrive Toward moneTary goals, oThers Toward powerful, presTige- commanding posiTions, oThers Toward furTher academic sTudy, and oThers Toward Time for leisure and happiness. All, however, should hold one common goal-The aTTainrnenT of saTisfacTion in life. Each senior has been given a blueprinT. His use of iT shall deTermine how successfully he consTrucTs his life, opporTuniTy awaiTs each one. These nexT pages are dedicaTed To The members of The senior class, in The hope ThaT They Take advanTage of all fuTure opporTuniTies. 60 9 WTI ugh EH cm EI? W Wg eg 1:5253 alqqfifg is wigxi M dn. 2wL?. k?xf Wim W n ew 5.55: ' JSBJ- 1 5 " f.mi5l" -:ff ld : ? M " F 'H S: H11 'Ku iii -W ' J 1-5-, -1. .3-5 . -: 'F 1. .M 11 I 1 A 7 A 5 1 Q 2 ? 1 E pi -A E ROGER D. CAMPBELL 1945 Fairview Avenue Mt. Penn, Reading, Pa, Academic-Technical ' Our beloved class president . . . Rog is full of get-up-and-go . . . popular, good looking . . . a U.N. Club magnate . . . one of the "King's Men" . . . and talented, too . . . as demonstrated in the dance band . . . his success of the past will be repeated in the future . . . as an- A-1 accountant . . . good luck from all of us, Roger. Basketball J. V. 105 Stnior Band 10, 11, 125 Dance Band 11, 125 Assemblies 11, 125 Track 105 Class Plays 11, 125 Model U.N. 11, 125 United Nations His- tory Award 115 Class Officers President 125 Homeroom Officers Vice-Pres- ident 115 Senior High Cross Country 10, 11. BARBARA J. AUMAN 909 Penndale Avenue Pennside, Reading, Pa. Academic-Liberal Arts Barbara . . . one of our most active seniors . . . never found in the same place . . . will be remembered for her portrayal of Joanie in the Junior Play . . . a peppy cheerleader since 9th grade . . . American Legion Essay Contest winner in city and district . . . Barbara's pleasing, friendly manner will insure her a happy and rewarding life. Girl's Hockey Team 11, 125 Cheerleader 11, 12, Captain 105 PENN ALMA 12, National Honor Society 10, 11, President 125 Senior Band 105 Dance Band 105 Y-Teens 10, 11, 125 Intramural Sports 115 Assemblies 10, 11, 125 Ensemble 105 Class Plays 11, 125 Model U.N. 11, 125 American Legion Essay Contest Win- ner in City and District 14, 115 Honor Roll 10, 11, 125 East Coast Model U.N. 115 Class Officer Vice-President 10, 11, 125 Girls' Leaders Corps 11, 125 Girls' Softball 105 Gym Show 11, 12. . EH tis "r'- 5 lf' if BEVERLY MARIE HINNERSHITZ 1973 Fairview Avenue Mt. Penn, Reading, Pa. Business-Secretarial "All right, girls, arm circles" . . . that's our Bev, always on the go in gym . . . President of G.L.C. in 11th grade . . . a member of the PENN ALMA staff . . . a fine career awaits her as a beautician. PENN ALMA 125 Senior Chorus 105 Intramural Sports 10, ll5 Student Coun- cil Treasurer 115 Play Committees 11, 125 Class Officers Treasurer 105 Secretary 125 Girls' Leaders Corps 10, 125 President 115 Gym Exhibition 10, 11, 125 Usherettes 11, 12. WAYNETTE L. ALBRIGHT 903 Carsonia Avenue Pennside, Reading, Pa. Business-Secretarial "l can'f find the deposit slip!" . . . that's our Waynette . . . always fighting for funds . . . a prize-winning smile . . . that's never absent for long . . . a sympathetic ear for anyone's troubles . . . and a resounding laugh . . . she'll be pert in her nurse's uniform. PENN AUVlA 125 Intramural Sports 10, 115 Usherettes 11, 125 Girls' Hockey Team 115 Class Plays 125 Play Committees 115 Gym Exhibition 10, 11, 125 Girls' Leader Corps 10, 11, 125 Girls' Softball 10, 115 Class Officers Treasurer 12. 63 MARY ELLEN ADAM 123 Oak Lane Stony Creek Mills, Reading, Pa. Business-Secretarial Scholastic leader of the business department . . . a typing whiz . . . always serving, always busy . . . when s-he's not handling money, she's sewing . . . best of luck to this ambitious gal . . . she'll make some lucky businessman a perfect secretary. PENN ALMA 12, National Honor Society 11, Treasurer 12, Y-Teens 11, 12, Assemblies 10, 11, 12, Play Committee 11, Honor Roll 10, Class Officers Treasurer 11, Homeroom Officers Treasurer 12, Poster Club 10, Future Business Leaders of America 11, 12, "Operation Service" 11, 12, Usherettes 12. KAREN V. ARMSTRONG 2638 Fairview Avenue Mount Penn, Reading, Pa. Academic-Liberal Arts Be-ep! Beep! . . . here comes the V. l. P .... of Y-Teens, that is . . always running here or there . . . those Saturday PENN POST meetings . . we hope college life will be as bright as her golden hair. PENN ALMA 12, PENN POST 11, Co-Editor 12, National Honor Society 11, 12, Y-Teens 10, Treasurer 11, President 12, Assemblies 10, 11, 12, Class Plays 11, Play Committee 12, German Fruhlingsfest at Albright 10, Girls' Hockey Team 10, 11, 12, American Legion Essay Contest 11, Be-Teen Board 12, Faschings Ball Chairman 12. iii. si?'52l,s:,: ' '25'-ilfniilit.55'-51??f'f.f:?i'E5.:'.: ,. 25,5iii,Ei.ri2fri..iiertaitgiststfieffgft ' 35:-tc., stttlait, " E1'1'2:'25:Iti.i':ff 3.55225 fE5',' "f?". s:f,f'aa:.1' 511, ,eg 51655: ,:'fj.s,g ag'-E'.:':5ae:i?,fg?a5 :'.s'ia2' 51:25 , .2:I3i.a: .- J 2, it .a. :- fees: :asf tg eff-, are stigma 311345, an-,g, .V ,,,gz:z.--5, 1 ts i :Q rlrwlgili 1 this 9,1 2, 5 x , mail "'fiHf1l1"'i',r 1.14, Nr: i.rl'l thug, iii, , S ,ri .5 it 1. t if ' It H 1 ,.,if, ,Jig yy X xi 1 fi ni ' 1' fps. Wi '- Q .l1it1Qi?i' is ' I 'C' ., 5, If i ,S i ,i, gr, , M, ,i -,i ,,, H ,,r 1, , 5,5 ,ti , V-:,,,Iit,i.:, W t,lrsLrfismi,4,1sif1li , 'fi irq , l RITA DIANE BAERWALD 512 North 25th Street Pennside, Reading, Pa. Academic-Liberal Arts Our own "Miss Congeniality" . . . a ray of sunshine . . . always helpful and pleasant . . . wonderful with children . . . in a few years, she will put her talents to good use as an elementary teacher . . . we give her chances for success an "A+", Y-Teens 11, 12, Assemblies 10, 11, German Fruhlingsfest at Albright 10, Honor Roll 10, Future Teachers -of Ame-rica Secretary 11, Treasurer 12. ALFRED LEONHARD BAERWARD 512 North 25th Street Pennside, Reading, Pa. Business-Clerical Al . . . shy and quiet . . . underneath, a warm friendly personality . . . never an angry word . . . enioys cooking and driving . . . best of luck to a future machinist. 64 EARL W. BALTHASER 6 High Street Mt. Penn, Reading, Pa. Academic-Scientific Earl . . . sports-minded . . . "And row five" . . . PENN ALMA photog- rapher . . . "Oh boy, physics!" . . . the best of luck to this physical education teacher. Soccer 10, 11, 125 PENN ALMA 125 Key Club 10, 11, 125 Intramural Sports 10, 11, 125 Class Plays 11, 125 German Fruhlingfest at Albright 105 Boys' Leader corp 10, 11, 125 Assemblies 11, 125 Base-ball 10, 11, 12. PAMELA K. BARR 430 North 25th Street Pennside, Reading, Pa. Academic-Liberal Arts "Miss V.l.P." . . . on the PENN ALMA scene . . . Pam's loaded with duties . . . but still finds time to sew . . . and for class plays . . . her practical outlo ik h l d 1 ' o as so ve many a problem . . . and her droll humor is always present , . . . she will make an efficient librarian . . . and her willingness to work will make life a ioy. PENN ALMA Editor-in-Chief 125 National Honor Society 125 Y-Teens 10, 11, 125 Senior Library Club 10, 11, 125 Assemblies 10, 11, 125 Class Plays 11, 125 Play Committees 115 American Legion Essay Contest 115 German W Fruhlingsfest at Albright 105 Girls' Leaders Corps 10, 11, 12. i . rants. 1 i,5,Hti,m, '.l,f'.Iel..f., "1 -H,',.', nt, f iirilfv' '1.'f:f.-if 1,211 Q, ' -s'.tI,1 ritifti, I 5 is ti tl it H it l H lk -tplh ,x ' l ,,s.r...tf.,il.i,t, 0 . fi2f.l:sfi'f?iatf2gla.2sistires'satysiaaria.f:g:.:s5f.'.:ff...a:sfaaQy,..e:1., --,, .X ,.f:s'-.1:f11.22:g1., LESLIE E. BISSELL 228 Montgomery Avenue Stony Creek Mills, Reading, Pa. Business-Clerical l Leslie . . . usually seen at the "Mite-T-Fine" . . . or working on his car , . . . enioys a good game of basketball . . . a future as a machinist awaits this senior. Ten-Key Adding Machine Certificate. MICHAEL D. BIXLER 1452 Friedensburg Road Stony Creek Mills, Reading, Pa. General Mike . . . black-rimmed glasses . . . and a flashy red MG . . . easy-going I . . . and an active class participant . . . good luck to this future insurance agent. PENN ALMA 125 Class Plays 115 Play Committee 11. 65 JEFFERY LOVVELL BLASS 520 North 26 Street L Pennside, Reading, Pa. Academic-Scientific Jeff . . . star trackman . . . loves all sports . . . energetic Key Clubber . , . plans to enter the field of medicine . . . we wish him the best of luck in all he does. Key Club 10, 11, Vice-President 127 Intramural Sports 107 Assemblies 115 Track 10, 11, 12, American Legion Essay Contest 117 Honor Roll 105 Senior High Cross Country 10, 11, Captain 12. RANDOLPH M. BLATT 2434 Filbert Avenue Mt. Penn, Reading, Pa. Academic-Scientific "Dolph" . . . stoic face . . . "Robin Hood" in the class play . , . lends his talents in band . . . and English class . . . engineering beckons this young man. Senior Band 10, 11, 12, Dance Band 11, 125 Class Play 12, German Fruh- lingsfest a-t Albright 107 Homeroom Class Officer, President 12. I . 1, , 1 gg, it I f , S , ,S il i 1 at ' S ,fav 1 . R. THOMAS BLUM 818 Penndale' Avenue Pennside, Reading, Pa. Academic-Liberal Arts l Tom . one of our most amiable seniors . . . always enioys a good ioke . . . a practical one, that is . . . has lent his talents to the Berks Science Fair . . . best of luck to this future accountant. Assemblies 10, 11, Berks County Science Fair 10. SUSAN REMA BOSCOV 900 Brighton Avenue Pennside, Reading, Pa. Academic-Liberal Arts Susi . . . our little dynamo . . . conscientious to the "Nth" degree . . . an organizer from way back . . . a true friend . . . her love of people is evident in everything she does . . . from teaching music theory to leading the Student Council . . . we hope your life will be filled with as much ioy as you give to others. PENN ALMA 12, PENN POST 117 National Honor Society 10, 11, 125 Senior Band 10, 11, 12, Head Librarian 101 Dance Band Vocalist 105 Assemblies 10, 11, 125 Student Council 10, Secretary 11, President 125 Future Teachers of 1 America 11, 125 American Legion Essay Contest 117 Zeswitz Music Awarcl 11. 66 SANDRA LEE BOYD 922 Byram Street Pennside, Reading, Pa. General Sandy . . . Mt. Pe-nn's World traveler . . . is quite adept on the dancing floor . . . and "loves those sports cars" . . . best of luck to a future teacher of history. PENN ALMA 12, Y-Teens 11. ' DENNIS S. BOYER R. D. 4 Reading, Pa. Academic-Scientific Bo . . . hunting and sports rank high with this senior . . . finds time . to be a first-rate magazine and ad-campaign head . . . "General Snippet reporting, sir" . . . we wish only success to this future draftsman. Soccer 10, 11, Basketball J.V. 107 Varsity Basketball 10, 11, PENN ALMA 12, Assemblies 12, Baseball 10, 11, Track 10, Class Plays 12, Play Committees 11, 125 German Fruhlingsfest at Albright 10, Boys' Leader Corps 10. .. m,m,..:5 ,.,,.,,,:,,,,... ..2igf'2iiZPiF5ii! mitff? B-lii ..:ggaf'sr-.1121 :tr 't at .1 1, 3 it wfliilli 'Ztf1Z't"Sf1t', f.itt'mii'i '1"t'-'i"ff'l'r'tt ,tvgi"it 1 rt Iizifktl ti 54,5 wt , '.i,r,g EH, Q, 1 mt . 11's 'L Us, 1 sight 1 ,, .Qi 'lar it Null gi s 'r 114' H .,,r . tgty. .--,.sa?5f!?'ga.:2'.':.:a..-1 ,--' 5:'-ssfseswisa-2a:'ssff "'- 1 ' If JOANN MARIE BRADER 2508 Prospect Boulvard Pennside, Reading, Pa. Academic-Liberal Arts "Jo" . . . witty and talented . . . always ready with a new i?J ioke . . . loves to paint . . . ask her about exploits with Eileen . . . she will soon follow her sister's footsteps as a "woman in white" . . . her bubbling per- sonality and warm friendship will insure success. PENN ALMA 12, PENN POST 11, 121 Y-Teens 10, 11, 125 Assemblies 10, 11, Class Plays 11, 12, American Legion Essay Contest 11, Class Officers Secretary 10, Homeroom Officers Treasurer 115 Poster Club 11, 12. JANET L. BROWN 331 Carsonia Avenue Mt. Penn, Reading, Pa. Academic-Technical A whiz on the court . . . and in the kitchen . . . athletically incline-d . . . but still trying to do a backward roll . . . shy when you first meet her . . . gives service with a smile . . . in Y-Teens and F.T.A .... may she find success and happiness as a teacher. Girls' Varsity Basketball 10, 11, 125 Girls' Hockey Team 10, 11, 125 Y-Teens 10, Secretary 11, 127 Assemblies 10, 11, Future Teachers of America 125 Girls' Leaders Corps 10, 11, 12. 67 LAUREN ANN DELEWSKI 219 Mo-ntgomery Avenue Business-Secretarial Lauren . . . always ready to pitch in and help . . . active in F.B.L.A. . types with the speed of light . . . she'll surely make a fine secretary. PENN ALMA 12, Usherettes 11, 12, Assemblies 11, Class Plays 11, Play Committees 11, "Operation Ditto" 11, 12, Future Business Leaders of America 11, Secretary 12. MIRIAM CYNTHIA DIAMOND 207 Emerald Avenue Pennside, Reading, Pa. Academic-Liberal Arts Mimi . . . newspaperwoman, par excellence . . . knits beautiful sweaters . . . friendly smile . . . and helping hand for all . . . iournalism is her 'future , , field. PENN ALMA 12, PENN POST 12, Class Plays 11, 12, Model U.N. 11, 12, School Publicity 12. e, its ij lu, li ill ts! al :lumix .Q U 1 it ' 1 lz'lPl" 1, 1 1 my ,ia ax' l 1,1 is 1, y l ..',l,J.:,!:: . ,,iE'3gis A .ifsttaiiift :.f.5.tgi.y .i -ste 5 .tiiisg figtifltitagtzffise, .i2la:'E,1Ei'a:s:: is'!.i?ii1sl'g,3'.g'Ql +fiE.'?.!'f.'5E'ia5:f1 X GARY M. EPSTEIN 904 Byram Street Pennside, Reading, Pennsylvania Academic-Technical The busy co-editor of the PENN POST . . . polishes off math with ease ...but can't seem to get his V.W. to move . . . sharpshooter on the court . . . full of witty and timely remarks . . . best' of luck to one of the "Lehigh Boys" . . . with his get-up-and-go, a fortune awaits him and his slide rule. PENN POST 10, Co-Editor 11, 12, Basketball J.V. 10, Varsity Basketball 10, 11, Co-Captain 12, National Honor Society 10, 11, 12, Assemblies 10, 11, 12, Model U.N. 11, 12, East Coast Model U.N. 11, 12, German Fruhlingsfest at Albright 10, Honor Roll 10, 11, 12, Cross Country 10, History Award 11, PENN ALMA 12, American Legion Essay Contest 11. BEVERLY J. ERNST 201 Friedensburg Road Mt. Penn, Reading, Pa. General Bev . . . long, blonde locks . . . always a bright smile . . . and a helping hand . . . the right comment at the right time . . . whatever the future holds for Bev, we wish her happiness. ' PENN ALMA 12, Future Business Leaders of America 11, 12. , 68 Stony Creek Mills, Reading, Pa. l BEVERLY GAYLE EVANS 17 Butter Lane Mt. Penn, Reading, Pa. Business-Clerical Bev . . . drawing is her second love . . . is business law her first? . . . enioys swimming . . . and Swedish weaving . . . we wish Bev nothing but success as medical secretary. Y-Teens 105 Assemblies 115 Play Committee 125 Future Business Leaders of America 11, 125 "Operation Ditto" 115 "Operation Typist" 11, 125 Usherettes 12. STEPHANIE S. EVANS 116 Emerald Avenue Pennside, Reading, Pa. Academic-Liberal Arts Want to throw a party? . . . come see Stevie . . . hers will be long remembered . . . she's known for her artistic ability . . . cooperative, easy to get along with . . . college is a sure shot . . . and then, who knows? . . . her even disposition and helpful nature will shoot her to the top. Girls' Hockey Team 11, 125 PENN POST 10, 115 Y-Tee-ns 10, 11, 125 Service Club 105 Intramural Sports 115 Play Committees 115 Model U.N. 11, 125 Girls' Leaders Corps 11, 125 Poster Club 105 Make-up Committee 11, 12. il in ,figshttf-..:, X f-iii:-l'i'l?-lii5'13"iF1l5t!'tt5'!Ze.:. DENNIS FRANCO 113 North 23 Street Mt. Penn, Reading, Pa. General Dennis . . . affectionately known as "Buttons" . . . is quiet . . . reserved . . . but a real nice guy . . . a Mountaineer since eleventh grade . . . success awaits this future Air Force pilot. SUSAN M. FRITZ 16 Cherrydale Avenue Pennside, Reading, Pa. Academic-Liberal Arts Susie . . . never a dull moment . . . usually seen with Pam . . . a good hockey manager . . . tempting tales of grade-school menus . . . always does her share . . . and a little more . . . talented band member . . . her personality insures success as an elementary teacher. Girls' Hockey Team 11, 125 Senior Band 10, 11, 125 Y-Teens 10, 11, 125 Assemblies 10, 115 Class Plays 115 Play Committees 115 German Fruhlingsfest at Albright 105 Future Teachers of America 115 Vice-President 125 Girls' Basketball 12. 69 ROBERT W. FRYMOYER 1365 Friedensburg Road Stony Creek Mills, Reading, Pa. Business-Clerical Bob . . . serves his community as a fireman . . . short wave radios . . . and cars rate high . . . best of luck, Bob, to a future in the State Police or Coast Guard. Assemblies 10, Class Plays 11, Typing Award 11, Boys' Leader Corps 11, 12, Future Business Leaders of America 12, "Operation Ditto" 12. MARSHA L. GOLDBERG 101 Emerald Avenue Pennside, Reading, Pa. Business-Secretarial Marsha . . . an artistic flair . . . which is demonstrated in her wardrobe . . . always manages to say the right thing . . . at the wrong time . . . one crisis after another . . . underneath a warm and generous nature . . . here's 1 to a ioyous life as a commercial artist. Assemblies 10, Play Committees 11. C f 'H i q t 1 f 1 t N I . . 1 Y ll r ,..,.L,,.....i,. Q JAMES L. HARRISON 406 Carsonia Avenue Pennside,. Reading, Pa. Academic-Technical Oh, no! . . . not another second hand hi fi . . . Harry must be making another watch a callit . . . snapping sneaky PENN ALMA pics . . . he occassionally sings that familiar refrain . . . "l'm Lehigh Bound" . . . that questioning C?J mind . . . with his mechanical genius, he's a sure success in the engineering field. Soccer 10, 11, 12, PENN ALMA 12, PENN POST 11, 12, Senior Band 10, Departing Team 11, 12, Intramural Sports 11, 12, Assemblies 10, 11, Base- ball 1O, Class Plays 11. CORRIE LEE HART 609 North 26th Street Pennside, Reading, Pa. Academic-Liberal Arts Heavens to Singer . . . she's sewing again! . . . full of fun on the hockey field . . . or in the mountains . . . Dee-Dee . . . it Cogrie's here, Jean's sure to be near . . . her nimble needle and thread will lead the way to a fashion-designing career. Girls' Varsity Basketball 10, 11, Girls' Hockey Team 11, PENN AUVlA 12, Y-Teens 10, 11, 12, Student Council 10, 11, 12, Class Plays 12, Play Com- mittees 12, Homeroom Officers President 11, Usherettes 12, Intramural Sports 11, 12, Assemblies 10, 11, 12. 70 MICHAEL C. HAWK 18 South 23rd Street Mt. Penn, Reading, Pa. General Mike . . . returned to Mt. Penn after a three-year absence . . . proficient football player . . . enioys sports . . . and cars, too . . . we wish the best of luck to this future draftsman. PENN AUVIA 127 Intramural Sports 12, Baseball 12. ITransferred from Daniel Boonel. EDWARD HENRICH 909 Brighton Avenue Pennside, Reading, Pa. Academic-Scientific dreaming . . . Joanie's sailor in the Junior Class Play . . . a sly grin . . . and blonde hair mark this amiable senior . . . may your future in the medical profession be successful. PENN ALMA 12, Intramural Sports 10, Assemblies 10, 11, 12, Track 10, 125 Class Plays 11, Berks County Science Fair 10, Future Teachers of America 11, 12, Wrestling 10. W ls. :-:EiifiigEp.512':5i:,-:SEQQEI.5EEZ::!ii155.s!..E1ff1i::.,- :Z"bIiE.'1!:EEi:!::E:Zf1"5:,5:E'REEEE:gE'2iFwrr,:5!1Z:E::.,, af:E:titlesfg-:e1.l:::2:siglv-asff:zeaisaili.r1fit1gf2:2:g:s.1, ., !11I'.'5i5?i:E!7:f:5":E 'i'-E'IPf55i:EZii5i5i?gZI5fE5:L:5,i:f ":--sI1,I'5i:as."z:asa:Ei::fai .,..,.,,, ,.,, , , ,r. ., ,,,,,., sf -Hiifaiiwiisiiiifff ' 'i ' ' I IM, t 'wi ., ,gf ix". . ,', Q t ft ples ..,. 2 tt.. -,:-,.. .,,-,, f , . ,,., . .lim ,,,s, a 41-as --.. 3 1-f DAVID C. HENRY 2602 Perkiomen Avenue Mt. Penn, Reading, Pa. Academic-Liberal Arts Dave . . . tall and lanky . . . spices up the PENN POST with his news and gossip . . . always ready to help out . . . Professor Kokintz in the Senior Class play . . . can always tell a good ioke . . . good luck in the future, Dave. PENN ALMA 121 PENN POST 12, Intramural Sports 11, 125 Assemblies 10, 11, 127 Baseball 10, Class Plays 11, 12. WILLIAM F. HILDEBRAND 2323 Cumberland Avenue Mt. Penn, Reading, Pa. General I I5 I Bill . . . the familiar black glasses . . . a member of Boys' Leader Corps , . . g , b X ,I enioys target shooting . . . friendly . . . with a smile- for all . . . hereis f tg 5, f I I I , I . hoping his future is bright as an heavy equipment operator. I A E I . , . P 7 5 5 I I I Intramural Sports 11, 12, Boys' Leader Corps 11, 127 10-Key Adding Machine I , f 5 certificate. is lei 7l Ed . . . hides his guitar talents under a bushel . . . works hard at day- SUZANNE L. HOCH 413 North 25th Street Pennside, Reading, Pa. Academic-Technical Rush! . . . Rush! . . . down the hockey field or shooting for a basket . . . likes any sport . . . and the shore . . . adds her melodious tones to the band . . . good luck in the future, to a physical education teacher. Girls' Varsity Basketball 10, 11, l25 Girls' Hockey Team 10, 11, 125 PENN ALMA 125 National Honor Society 11, 125 Senior Band 10, 11, 125 Y-Teens 1O, 11, 125 Assemblies 10, 11, 125 Play Committee 11, 125 German Fruhlingsfest at Albright 105 Girls' Leaders Corps 10, 11, 125 Girls' Softball 10, 11, 125 Band Treasurer 11, 12. FREDERICK ANDERSON HOWARD, ll 408 Friedensburg Road Mt. Penn, Reading, Pa. Academic-Liberal Arts Fritz . . . jovial . . . manager of the track, basketball, and soccer teams . . . member of the Senior Band . . . usually seen at Charlies' with the 1 "Boys" . . . collects World War ll relics . . . best of luck as a ieweler, Fritz. IL' Soccer Manager 105 Varsity Basketball Manager 10, 11, 125 Senior Band 11, 125 Assemblies 10, 115 Track Manager 10. em. E-safe-5-1... 5:9515 5:5 ff5l!9s4es..- -ala-54.5at-azrzi-5gtgff5s!s.f.: fQ5.?:f:i H -5 :g .. l 1 l ll f, ,lf tif Wifw f ,ft NL mi i i I it fig l 4 'V' 'is-Il' if 'lift-iii' i "l.i,lgi.tt f'ftiit-Lgwiyiiit, .figrgg it 'iffigmgi I rl3l'l'iwli 'f' l' ,.,t luftxl l" 5,1 im 5 si ...,,t 'iiltii' 10 l-L ap.: .sa 5' -Tliiifif.195915iliil-5Z3i5a'i?5f.'i.E'r5iiiil,ff.,tiff5ls3':s'.Eil5l:-'iii' ' , . .'552-35'535'2'iia':f'a3:5i 5 V -Y - , G. DAVID JOHNSON 427 Carsonia Avenue Pennside, Reading, Pa. General .Dave or Snap . . . star drummer in the Dance Band . . . can be seen with Bill or Mike . . . expert on the rings . . . his career in the Air Force will keep him flying high. Senior Band 10, 11, 125 Dance Band 10, 11, 125 Track 105 Junior Band Award 105 Senior Band Award 115 Senior High Cross Country 105 P.T.A. Program 115 Gym Exhibition ll, 12. CATHARINE JONES 612 Byram Street Pennside, Reading, Pa. Business-Clerical Cathy . . . a friendly smile for all . . . always sewing . . . a whiz at hair styling . . . enioys talking, dancing, or iust relaxing . . . deserves the best of luck in the future as a hairdresser. Senior Chorus 105 Y-Teens 11. 72 SUSAN E. KANTNER 918 Byram Street 1 Pennside, Reading, Pa. Business-Secretarial Susie . . . usually silent . . . flashes a bright smile . . . easy to get along with . . . listens to the radio at every chance . . . may the future as a . secretary be a fulfilling one. "Operation Ditto" 11, "Oper-atioin-Typist" 11, 12, Future Business.Leaders of America 11, 12, Usherettes 12. DIANE G. KEMMERLING 220 Woodvale Avenue Mt. Penn, Reading, Pa. Academic-Liberal Arts .. Diane . quiet but always smiling . . . a whiz at any sport . . . National Honor Society . . . a high-stepping maiorette . . . enjoys reading a good book . . . usually seen with Fritzi . . . lots of success in the future as a language maior. Girls' Varsity Basketball 10, 11, Co-Captain, 12, Girls' Hockey Team 10, 11, Co-Captaih 12, National Honor Society 10, 11, 12, Maiorettes 11, 12, Assemblies 10, 11, Play Committees 11, German Fruhlingsfest at Albright 10, Honor Roll 10, 11, Homeroom Officers President 10, Girls' Softball 10, 11, American "A Legion Essay Contest 11. .Q -.annul-M , S? H ,H '-f s, ,t --fillet? .f. s. -: . ' :.r ' - -: :e gs, 10 , ,iid . , K V -s 1 MARY ANN KOUKOULIS 173 Melrose Avenue Stony Creek Mills, Reading, Pa. Business-Clerical "Mak" . . . one of the girls . . . friendly . . . easy-going . . . usually with Lauren . . . avid record fan . . . likes a good ioke . . . and can tell some, too . . . we wish her success in the accounting field. PENN ALMA' 12, Assemblies 11, "Operation Ditto" 11, 12, "O1oeration Typist" 11, 12, Future Business Leaders of America 11, 12. HELEN M. KROPP 2598 Grant Street Mt. Penn, Reading, Pa. Academic-Scientific Peggy . . . quiet but always ready for fun . . . remember those biology classes? . . . a member of the Model U.N. and Senior Band . . . can be found whizzing around in her little V.W .... best of luck in your career in biological research, Sen-ior Band 10, 11, 12, Y-Teens 10, 11, 12, Assemblies 10, 11, Class Plays 11, 12, Model U.N. 11, 12, American Legion,,Essay Contest 11, Honor i Roll 10, Homeiroom Officers Secretary 10, German Fruhlingfest at Albright 10. 73 EILEEN M. LANDIS 710 Brighton Avenue Pennside, Reading, Pa. Academic-Liberal Arts "Come on, Mounts, let's win," . . . that's Eileen . . . peppy cheerleader . . . some know her as "Mae" . . . a flashing smile to match her sense of humor . . . a WAC in the senior play . . . a-iournalist to be. Girls' Hockey Team 10, 11 12, Cheerleader 11, 12, PENN AUVlA 12, PENN POST 11, Y-Teens 10, 11, Treasurer 12, Intramural Sports 11, Assemblies 10, 11, 12, Class Plays 11, 12, Homeroom Officers Treasurer 10, Girls' Leader Corps 11, 12. BRYAN JAMES LEITHISER 130 North 25 Street Mt. Penn, Reading, Pa. Academic-Liberal Arts Leights . . . quiet . . . but loves a good ioke . . . witty remarks . . and typing class . . . psychology will be his future study. Class Plays 12. l s ,ls 'li 1. fun is i, i 1--:-:sas-ssizasifg 1 is n r ,164 ...l f 45129 LARRY A. LENHART 2606 Philmay Terrace Mt. Penn, Reading, Pa. Academic-Technical Larry . . . trombonist in the Senior Band . . . can be seen driving a blue Plymouth , . . enjoys collecting coins and stamps . . . always' ready to lend a helping hand . . . oh! those English classes . . . an accounting career awaits him in the future. PENN ALMA 12, Senior Band 10, 11, 12, Dance Band 10, 11, 12, Assemblies 10, 11, Play Committees 12, American Legion Essay Contest 11, German Fruhlingsfest at Albright 10, Senior Band Award 11. ELIZABETH ANN LEVAN 823 North 25 Street Pennside, Reading, Pa. Academic-Liberal Arts Ann . . . her face is usually obscured by blonde hair . . . director of Senior Play . . . Y-Teen Secretary . . . a quick sense of humor . . . an avid knitter who enjoys reading . . . a career as a dental hygienist awaits her. Girl's Hockey Team 10, 11, PENN AUV1A 12, Y-Teens 10, 11, Secretary 12, Service Club 11, 12, intramural Sports 12 Assemblies 10, 11, Class Plays 11, Director 12, Play Committees 11, 12, American Legion Essay Contest 11, , Poster Club Secretary 12, Make-up Committee 11, 12. 74 BARBARA ANN MARTIN 2425 Filbert Street Mt. Penn, Reading, Pa. Business-Secretarial Barbara . . . quiet . . . cheery disposition . . . eager helper in any "Opera- tion Ditto" proiect . . . proponent of frequent changes in hair styles . . . may she have lots of luck in the the future as a secretary. Usherettes 11, 12, "Operation Ditto" 11, 12, "Operation Typist" 11, Future Business Leaders of America 11, 12. DONALD L. MATZ 2539 Glen Terrace Mt. Penn, Reading, Pa. Academic-Scientific Donnie . . . one of our star basketball players . . . President in the Senior Class Play . . . easy going . . . and suave . . . remember your broken leg . . . Donnie's pleasing manner will insure a good future in the field of architecture. Soccer 10, 11, 12, Basketball J.V. 10, Varsity Basketball 10, 11,'12, P'E-NN . ALMA 12, PENN POST 12, Key Club l1, 12, Assemblies 11, Track lO, 11, 12, Class Plays 11, 12, Play Committees 12, Boys' Leader Corps 12, Home- room Officers Vice-President 11, 12, American Legion Essay Contest 11. 1 t Il 1 l "'-wt: 'ml-:s.:.,:z1':. 12..: 511. "fi-'55gQ.f,55!EEE5Fig?-:g,,::,2 s sg: ,fy,,,5:t:g,v,,:. ,. r t , , 1 H , . Q s L 1 ROBERT MCCRUDDEN 1 5 W 102 Harvey Avenue Pennside, Reading, Pa. Academic-Scientific Bob . . . is an industrious member of stage crew . . . and a good worker for Key Club . . . avidly participates in skiing, tobogganning, and other mountain sports . . . best of luck to this future forester. Basketball, J.V. 10, Cross Country 10, United Nations Club 11, Key Club 12, Stage Crew 10, 11, 12. SUZANNE G. MELLINGER 919 Penndale Avenue Pennside, Reading, Pa. General Susie . . . our little equestrienne . . . lively and always ready for fun . . . will you ever forget French class? . . . usually seen with Sandy . . . a member of the PENN ALMA staff . . . we wish you happiness in the teaching profession. PENN ALMA 12, Assemblies 10, Play Committees 11, 12. 75 JAMES MENDELSOHN 600 North 25th Street Pennside, Reading, Pa. Academic-Technical Jim . . . missed out on his senior year at Mt. Penn . . . but he beat us to college by a year . . . always remembered for his timely comments . . . we wish you nothing but success in all you attempt. . ' Basketball J.v. 11, PENN Post io, 11, 12, National Honor Society 11, Debating Team 10, American Legion Essay Contest 11. fEarly Admission4Temple Universityj. CAROL ANN MERLUZZO 2141 Fairview Avenue Mt. Penn, Reading, Pa. Academic-Technical Skullbctne . . . a famous grin . . . knows the latest news . . . a plumber in the Junior Play . . . lends a hand to the PENN ALMA . . . lively . . . witty . . . Carol will bring much cheer in her career as a nurse. PENN ALMA 12, Y-Teens 10, 11, Service Club 11, Assemblies 10, 11, kg American Legion Essay Contest 11, Junior Red Cross Co-Leader 10, Class I Plays 11, 12, Play Committees 11. lil x , 1 it lltgilli gilt l'.'tl,'tlgltst 1 'ltillflil 'll 'lgidlltlkl 5 lilillgtlltl li' fi5'33.'s't iw-f.'. we i'l'li ' li s lg, l fl tgirl lll X SHIRLEY ANNETTE MEYERS 229 Friedensburg Road Mt. Penn, Reading, Pa. Business-Secretarial Dolly . . . a whiz on roller skates . . . most dependable senior lass . . . her fingers really fly over those typewriter keys . . . may her 'Future as an executive secretary bring her nothing but success. PENN ALMA Business Manager 12, National Honor Society 12, Usherettes 11, Assemblies 11, 12, Play Committees 11, "Operation Ditto" 11, 12, "Operation Typist" 11, 12, Future Business Leaders of America Vice-President 11, President 12. ROBERT R. MILLAR R. D. 4 Reading, Pa. General "Moon Dog" . . . easy going and always ready to help . . . willing worker for F.B.L.A. and "Operation Ditto" . . . hunting is a favorite pastime . . . best of luck in the future, Bob. Intramural Sports 12, German Fruhlingsfest at Albright 10, Future Business Leaders of America 12, "Operation Ditto" 12. 76 DOUGLAS R. MILLER 814 North 26th Street Pennside, Reading, Pa. Academic-Liberal Arts Doug . . . a handsome blonde . . . "steady man" . . . Will Tatum in the Senior Pla-y . . . enioys swimming . . . a budding artist . .f. good natured . . .fa red convertible . . . much luck and happiness in the future in the art profession. Varsity Basketball 10, 115 PENN ALMA 125 Stage Crew 10, 11, 125 Intramural Sports 11', 125 Assemblies 10, 11, 125 Class Plays 11, 125 S. l.A.F. Award 115 Stage Crew Plaque 125 Future Teachers of America 125 Senior High Cross Country 105 Homeroom Office President 10, 115 Poster Club 12. SHARON LYNNE MILLER 224 Melrose Avenue Stony Creek Mills, Reading, Pa. Academic-Liberal Arts Sharon . . . our Petite senior . . . a smile that attracts all , . . a member of Future Teachers,of America . . . a beauty on the balance beam . . . enjoys a good book . . , usually seen with Carol . . . good luck as an elementary teacher. Cheerleader 105 PENN ALMA 125 Y-Teens 11, 125 Assemblies 10, 11, 125 Student Council 125 Class Plays 11, 125 Play Committee 115 Future Teachers of America 10, 11, 125 Class Officers Secretary 115 Homeroom Officers Sec- retary 10, 115 Girls' Leader Corps 10, 11, 12. I I i tltIl'1'i"'lI xl:-rffltltlti.-Ii,i?lls..,5LfL?.f.t2si,tt!lttf. .,,, 5 ' Qt., 5 1 . MORTON ALLAN MILLHAUSER 904 North 26th Street Pennside, Reading, Pa. Academic-Scientific 1 Mort . . . tells the corniest iokes . . . ping-pong champ . . . always snapping pictures . . . three years on the proiection crew . . . thelbest of luck to this future engineer. ' 5 Soccer 11, 125 Key Club 10, 11, 125 ProiectionV5Crew 10, 11,.President 125 Intramural Sports 10, 11, 125 Assemblies 115 G'erm'an,Fruhlingsfest at Albright 105 American Legion Essay Contest 11. Q LINDA LOUISE NEIN 2254 Woodvale Avenue Mt. Penn, Reading, Pa. Business-Secretarial Q Linda . . . quiet, but always ready for fun . . . homeroom treasurer for three years . . . an avid sewer . . . a member of the PENN ALMA staff . . . one of our great softball players . . . good luck in the secretarial field, Linda. Girls' Varsity Basketball 115 PENN ALMA 125 Usherettes 11, 125 Y-Teens 115 Assemblies 105 Play Committees 115 Homeroom Officers Treasurer 10, 11, 125 "Operation Ditto" 11, 125 Girls' Softball 10, 11, 125 Future Business Leaders of America Treasurer 11, 12. l 77 LINDA A. NOCK 2544 Cumberland Avenue Mt. Penn, Reading, Pa. Academic-Liberal Arts Lan . . . dark haired . . . big smile for all . . . always busy . . . usually seen with Lynn, Fuzzy, and Ann . . . adept at coining new words . . . Miss Johnson in the Senior Class Play . . . the best of luck, Linda, in the field of dramatics. PENN ALMA 12, PENN POST 11, Y-Teens 10, 11, 12, Assemblies 10, Student Council 11, College Seminars Attended Gettysburg 10, Future Teachers of America Treasurer 11, Junior Red Cross Leader 10. CAROL A. POLLAK 2704 Orchard Lane Mt. Penn, Reading, Pa. Academic-Liberal Arts Fuzzy . . . the girl with the candid outbursts . . . and friendly smile . . . "You're Kiddingl" . . . beautiful clothes an hanid-knit sweaters . . . always ready with helpful suggestions . . . that famous laugh . . . best of luck' in life . . . and with your college career. PENN ALMA 12, PENN POST 11, Y-Teens 11, 12, Asserniblles 10, 11, 12, Class Plays 11, 12, Play Committees l2.. - t tip th Y Q xr , si ,Zz if fis rg F A , .. gin QQ it rl 1 it tl' .rg 1 I . , JEAN B. PRICE , . 212 Laurel Avenue Mt. Penn, Reading, Pa. V Academic-Technical Jean . . . neat clothes . . . Tu-lly's coming . . . fabulous dancer . . . drives a mean little Ghia . . . usually seen with George . . . the field of medicine beckons this aspiring young man. PENN ALMA 12, PENN POST 12, Key Club 10, 11, 12, lntramu-ral Sports 11, 12, Assemblies 9, 11, 12, Class Plays 11, 12, Play Committees 12, Model U.N. 11, 12, American Legion Essay Contest 11, Student Council 9. JOSEPH RAVETZ 2512 Park Street Pennside, Reading, Pa. Academic-Scientific Joe . . . easy going . . . never a dull moment with Joe . . . one of "Bartle's Boys" . . . a member of the Model U.N .... debating team . . . spare time is spent selling at the Pharmacy and playing golf . . . much luck and great happiness in the future, Joe. Basketball J.V, 11, Varsity Basketball 12, Senior Band 10, Debating Team 10, 11, 12, Intramural Sports 10, Assemblies 10, 11, Baseball 10, Model U.N. 11, 12, American Legion Essay Contest 11, German Fruhlingsfest at Albright 10, Honor Roll 10, Senior High Cross Country 10, Class Play 12. 78 SANDRA FAY RIEGEL 618 Byram Street Pennside, Reading, Pa. Academic-Liberal Arts Brown-haired . . . blue-eyed . . . Sandy . . . . . . lively gal . . . excels in her sewing ability Chris and Bev . . . she'll make a chic airline hostess. Y-Teens 10, 11, Intramural Sports 115 Class Plays at Albright 10. RICHARD LANCE RIGGS 4 Midland Avenue Stony Creek Mills, Reading, Pa. Academic-Liberal Arts Friendly . . . quiet . . . describes our Rich . . . likes hunting immensely . . . travels with Jim . . . enjoys shop . . . may his future be a successful one. ' Soccer 105 Play Committees 11, 127 American Legion Essay Contest 11. Scott . . . enioys hunting . . . and cars with a gun . . . the best of luck for this ,f21: ,5?, ,L W , ,SCOTT D. REED 22 Marshall Avenue Stony Creek Mills, Reading, Pa. General . . . sports rate high . . . expert tuture mechanic. Intramural Sports 10, 12. JAMES E. REEVER 2136 Perkiomen Avenue Mt. Penn, Reading, Pa. Academic-Scientific Jimmy . . . brown hair and glasses . . . good sense of humor . . . hard worker . . . famous soldier act . . . track and cross country star . . . likes any sport . . . the best of luck to this future Marine. Senior Band 10, Assemblies 115 Track 10, 12, Play Committees 11, American Legion Essay Contest 115 German Fruhlingsfest at Albright 10, Senior High Cross Country 11, 127 Senior Class Play 12. W.. fmffI-+- I , , , , ,. grinning if not laughing . . . usually seen with 115 German Fruhlingsfest German Fruhlingsfest at Albright 101 79 MICHAEL EDWARD ROLAND 505 Friedensburg Road Pennside, Reading Pa. Academic-Scientific Mike . boyish grin . . . good at any sport . . . blows a 'mean' trumpet . . . one of the Buccaneers . . . calling Count Mountioy . . . always co-operative . . . we wish nothing but success to this future dentist. Soccer 10, 115 Captain 125 Basketball J.V. 105 Varsity Basketball 11, 125 PENN ALMA 125 PENN POST 125 Senior Band 10, Secretary 11, President 125 Dance Band 10, 11, 125 Play Committees 115 Assemblies 10, 115 Baseball 10, 11, 125 Class Plays 11, 125 American Legion Essay Contest 115 German Fruhlingsfest at Albright 10, 115 Sharmtan Band Award 115 Boys' Leader Corps Treasurer 115 Vice-President 125 Class Officers President 10, 11. JUDITH ANN SASSAMAN 2625 Fairview Avenue Mt. Penn, Re-ading, Pa. Academic-Liberal Arts Judy . . . long, raven locks . . . tremendous sense of hum-or . . . wh-ere Karen is, you're sure to find Judy . . . energetic PENN ALMA assistant editor . . . here's to your success with language in college. PENN ALMA Assistant Editor 125 PENN POST 10, 115 Color Guard 10, 11, 125 Y-Teens 10, 11, 125 Intramural Sports 11, 125 Assemblies 10, 11, 125 Ameri- can Legion Essay Contest 115 German Fruhlingsfest at Albright 10. :l'ftE:::-fs .H ..... .. . , M. ..,... . ..., . 1 I 11 lat?-lilttuif ri i 9 1 tr M1118 'X ' li f 1 l 1 ji 1 t,-t1gx.,t..- f ' wt-1, 4 1 n. ,f ,,t, . t 5 gm , - 1... ,-3,,tf.i 1 .. . .. . 5: ' l . . tiigliil' 1 X 1.,?.p.., Qt .li-" Q 1. . 1, 1,..- 1 i 1 t 52155-135 V.st,si,A.-2,-a:5,.a:t.5a5..-as tl,5.1-.....aa,.5:,t:,...,.. as - . .. ..... , .,,., . -- 3 55.55,E.-sggxm.,gH,,,-:5E:,:,.,E:5 BARRY J. SAUL 2622 Cumberland Avenue Mt. Penn, Reading, Pa. Academic-Scientific Barry . . . one of our ambitious PENN ALMA assistant editors.. . . will always be remembered for his portrayal of Claucl in the Junior Class Play . . . and an active member of Key Club . . . always on the go . . . may you find great success in your future as a doctor. PENN ALMA Assistant Editor 125 PENN POST 105 Key Club 105 Parlimentarian 115 Parlimentarian and Corresponding Secretary 125 Assemblies 115 Class Plays 11, 125 Model U.N. Club 11, 125 American Legion Essay Contest 115 Band 10. BARRY W. SCHELL 1134 Carsonia Avenue Stony Creek Mills, Reading, Pa. Academic-Scientific "Barr" . . . usually found with the gang . . . full of witty remarks . . . always ready for a laugh . . . friendly and efficient . . . enioys an exciting game of football . . . Barry's sincerity and personality will advance his ambi- tion to be a Midshipman. - , Assemblies 115 Track5 Golf 105 Class Plays 115 Play Committees 115 Am- erican Legion Essay Contest 115 Homeroom Officers Vice-President 115 Boys' Leader Corps 125 Gym Exhibition 10, 11, 12. 80 LARRY M. SCHILDT 822 North 26th Street Pennside, Reading, Pa Academic-Scientific "Swede" . . . as Larry is called by his friends . . . is well known for his interest in cars . . . also enioys trapping . . . quiet . . . seen cruising in the black Ford . . . Larry's love of cars will make him a fine mechanic. SUZANNE Nl. SCHULTZ 106 Antietam Road Stony Creek Mills, Reading, Pa. Business-Secretarial Suzie . . . as she's known to her friends . . . always a smile . . . hard worker for F.B.L.A. and usherettes . . . may her future as a private secretary be a success. Usherettes 11, 12, Assemblies 10, "Operation Ditto" 11, 12, "Operation Typist" 11, 12, Future Business Leaders of America 11, 12. 1 '"'ffvs-zwziifisqiibss:m..i:-gee 1 '-'..5rr.g.ist5,:fssrgf. s.,2::l'rFSEQf':i ' '-'-19.192, .52.'!?',3!2i-EWS GEORGE SEIDEL 108 Mayer Avenue Pennside, Reading, Pa. Academic-Scientific George . . . the active Key Club president . . . has lent his talents to the cross country team . . . and demonstrates a sureness on the ski slopes of Big Boulder . . . photography is a favorite, too . . . the future spells out a successful career in law. PENN ALMA 12, Key Club 10, Treasurer 11, President 12, American Legion Essay Contest 11, Assemblies 10, 12, Class Plays 12, Play Committees 11, Cross Country 10, Delegate to Freedoms Foundation Convention 12. DIANA J. SELTZ 2626 Fairview Avenue Mt. Penn, Reading, Pa. Academic-Liberal Arts Tall . . . slender brunette . . . that's our Diane . . . always a well-timedc comment . . . a sparkling color guard . . . partial to the uneven parallel bars . . . good luck in your nursing career. PENN ALMA 12, Color Guard 10, 11, Co-Captain 12, Y-Teens 10, 11, Service Club 10, 11, 12, Intramural Sports 11, 12, Assemblies 10, 11, Class Plays 11, Girls' Leaders Corps 11, 12. MARLIN D. SEYLER 119 Montgomery Avenue Stony Creek Mills, Reading, Pa. Academic-Technical Marlin . . . one of our more reserved seniors . . . rock'n roll fan . . remember those Deutsch classes? . . .. likes math and a ioke any time . . its "Anchors Aweigh" for this boy. Assemblies 10, 11, American Legion E fest at Albright 10. HENRY H. SHIRK, JR. 2700 Perkiornen Avenue Mt. Penn, Reading, Pa. Academic-Liberal Arts Hank . . . varsity soccer, Intramural sports, and ssay Contest 11, German Fruhlings- baseball . . . usually working on cars . . . flashing red hair . . . always a smile . . . enioys his "iungle cruiser" . . . we wish him the best of luck as an engineer. Socce-r 11, 12, Senior Band 10, Key Club 10, Intramural Sports 11, 121 Baseball 11, 125 German Fruhlingsfest at Albright 101 :.. ,, 1 lt it 5 1 i . ,.,l 'Q ' 4 1?.:.5,..i..i5..,2,i,i It ,W lf it '-tm... .t t , I,.f..:t:ii.tt, tupllillll ' ll,ltu .tt,lijtil ' '3 -1 . -it img,-. It'-lille sl' li' SAN San . ,,.. . N rx tl mls x .', ,.,: iififT.if,IiffQTTZjifQZ ..'i wmv' Boys' Leader Corps 12. .s. 1 gi, iwlllnltltltl , l KATHARINE B. SHIRK 916 Penndale Avenue Pennside, Reading, Pa. Kathy or Kitty . . . enioys a good laugh . . . will be remembered for her purple feet . . . an active Y-Teen . . . busy with student council . . . enioys reading and writing letters . . . Kathy's warmth of personality will be an asset to her career as a nurse. Senior Chorus 10, Y-Teens 10, 11, 12, Assemblies 10, 11, Student Council 10, 12, Class Plays 11, 12, Play Committees 1-1, American Legion Essay Con- test 11. DRA LEE SINGLETON 1542 Friedensberg Road Stony Creek Mills, Reading, Pa. Business-Secretarial dy . . . a busy senior . . . always willing to take on more responsibility PENN ALMA typist . . . don't you just love shorthand?.. . . may her work as a secretary bring her as much ioy as she deserves. PENN ALMA 12, Usherettes 11, Y-Teens 11, Senior Library Club 11, 121 Assemblies 11, "Operation Ditto" 11, "Operation Typist" 11, 12, Future Business Leaders of America 11, 125 Senior Chorus 10. ' 82 RICHARD H. STOVER 114 Hollywood Avenue Mt. Penn, Reading, Pa. Academic-Liberal Arts Tall . . . on the thin side . . . that's Dick . . . usually seen with Jim, Doug or Larry . . . vice-president of band . . . a willing helper . . . always friendly and sincere . . . Dick's attributes will assure him success in a music career. PENN ALMA 12, Senior Band 10, 11, Vice-President 12, Dance Band 10, 11, 12, Assemblies 11, Play Committees 11, 12, Chiarelli's Music Award 11, Future Teachers of America 12, Class Play 12, District Band 11, 12, County Band 10, 11, 12, Region ll State Band 12. SHERRY H. STEPHENS 2128 Perkiomen Avenue Mt. Penn, Reading, Pa. Academic-Liberal Arts Sherry . . . our stylish and cute Miss Petite . . . fun loving . . . those beautiful sweaters . . , teaches swimming to handicapped children , . . lots of luck to Sherry in the field of elementary teaching. PENN ALMA 12, PENN POST II, 12, Y-Teens 10, 11, Assemblies 10, 11, Play Committees 11, 12, American Legion Essay Contest 11, College Seminars, Attended 10, 11, Class Committees 10, 11, 12, Future Teachers of America 11, 12, Junior Red Cross 10, Intramural Sports 11. E r wit i Xiili Q I.fi,'li't ti l lu, llp 1 2" nl l 2:,.E,,f:,iet2sfzii!af ,T . .. .. ...,a:.m,..f. li LEONARD G. STUMP 21 Myrtle Avenue Stony Creek Mills, Reading, Pa. Lenny . . . quiet and calm . . . but has a great sense of humor . . . enioys tennis and golf . . . travels with Gary in the V.W .... good luck with engineering at Lehigh, Lenny. Assemblies 10, 11, 12, American Legion Essay Contest 11, Homeroom Of- ficers President 1O, Senior High Cross Country 10, National Honor Society 12, German Fruhlingsfest at Albright 10. LYNDA JOYCE SUKNOW 801 Penndale Avenue Mt. Penn, Reading, Pa. Academic-Liberal Arts Lynn . . . small . . . but full of pep . . . president of F.T.A. . . . usually seen with Linda or Barry . . . oh, that laugh . . . always ready to take on more responsibilities . . . best of luck in the elementary teaching field. PENN ALMA 12, PENN POST 11, 12, Y-Teens 10, 11, 12, Intramural Sports 11, 12, Assemblies 10, 11, 12, Class Plays 12, Play Committees 11, Future Teachers of America Historian 11, President 12, Homeroom Officers Pres- ident 11, 12, Ticket Committee for games 11, Dance Committees 11, 12. 83 JANET C. TOMLINSON 1506 Friedensburg Road Stony Creek Mills, Reading, Pa. Business-Secretarial Janet . . . pint-size package of pleasure . . . just loves shorthand . . . can listen to show tunes for hours . . . Janet's dependability will insure her success. PENN ALMA Assistant Business Manager and General Treasurer 12, PENN POST 12, Senior Chorus 10, Assemblies 11, 12, Class Plays 11, Play Com- mittees 12, Homeroom Officers Treasurer 12, Girls' Softball 10, "Operation Service" 11, 12, Future Business Leaders of America 11, 12, Usherettes 12. 'CHARLES J. VOZELLA 5 High Street Pennside, Reading, Pa. Business-Clerical Chip . . . partial to baseball . . . and soccer . . . always a smile . . . combined with a des-ire to help . . . his plans include the Navy . . . we wish you nothing but success. Soccer 10, 11, 12, Basketball J.V, 10, Varsity Basketball 11, Baseball 10, 11, Track 10, Play Committees 11. :r55i::.,.. 05. rr..- '.r'if.r,.,.,... M1 ptgrf., 5. .W .... gigs 5 r t 1 .fi r it if l?i1','11'1'ttrafnZ.Mitf . . 1 r warm. 'mt,g,M.',f1, ligkfllw K' 'lll ' -,112-1 1 Ili 1 l fr- 'I tilt: Nt fly' ,,rw'l ' 'IU 1 nm rr, .lr 5.3.1 ,,s if Q .. .... i.tr.s,t..r5,rf-.4,g,,i.,ff,,f,glg..--.,r,t.,r:t!t,s.-an-,ffsiran:state -. .: '-.e..,-,,:.1e.,. are-rr!-fri!Hitt:-re.,f.rekr9q:.Seraarf-miss:-:gg-,fzrrtrts-5-,:... ,. .f ill -44114:tzsreagftr.xfir'-rl'isrr:f:flEi":f5!.sf:-ae" ' ' "' sflfzaialrqr -- . . .gl......ir..r:.,.. fre: if-1-starr...rrrissaf-s.. FREDRICKA F. WALTER 26 North 25th Street Mt. Penn, Reading, Pa. Academic-Liberal Arts Fritzi . . . any excuse for a celebration . . . likes to sew and knit . . . a good shot with a basketball . . . long blonde curls . . . Fritzi's friendly manner will enhance her nursing career. Girls' Varsity Basketball 10, Co-Captain 11, 12, Girls' Hockey Team 10, 11, PENN ALMA 12, Y-Teens 10, Program Chairman 11, 12, Assemblies 11, 12, Play Committees 11, 12, American Legion Essay Contest 11, Girls' Softball Co-Captain 11. MARILYNN L. WANNER 2207 Woodvale Avenue Mt. Penn, Reading, Pa. Business-Secretarial Marilynn . . . one of our sincere, future business leaders . . . eager to help in any way . . . "Where's Linda?" . . . remember the F.B.L.A. play? . . . here's to success to a future secretary. Usherettes 11, 12, Y-Teens 11, Assemblies 11, Play Committees 11, F.B.L.A. Award-Typing ll 11, Homeroom Officers Treasurer 11, "Operation Ditto" 11, 12, Future Business Leaders of America 12, Secretary 11, "Operation Service" 12. . 84 GEORGE WEBER 2020 Fairview Avenue Mt. Penn, Reading, Pa. Academic4Liberal Arts One of the "Charlie Boys" known for his excellent art collection . . . a successful BEVERLY ANN WENTZEL 29 Hilbert Court Mt. Penn, Reading, Pa. Academic-Liberal Arts Bev . . . always ready for a laugh . . . enioys usually with Kris or Waynette . . . many a good ioke session . . . always . . . Our future driver of an Austin Healy . . . ability . . . will be remembered for his military career in commercial art awaits him. sewing as a pastime ., . . in the center of activity . . . Bev will make a fine nurse in the near future. PENN ALMA 125 Assemblies 10, 115 Class Plays 125 Play Committees 115 American Legion Essay Contest 115 Sewing Contest 105 Library Representa- tive 10, German Fruhlingsfest at Albright 10. fi xt.. ,.,.fn .t . tr. ,....,,.. 1 .-., . ., fitssitiigliiiiatfitsgirff5r.,.. 15:5:ff:5flE'f:5f" E 1 ' "" rr5e':r.f:s5:fs2.:fir -at:frat-rt,fe.t: -- :gg:ff5:i:'irEel5fil'si:i ..,1.-.ttisa-4.5: gzsfsgia-izgrt'i!:5Lsii risrle-z?:r5:if.iE.t.Er -:f:,5E.r.:re,,.,r::t- :'1.:'E55:E',g'::'5'N.f5:2i:5r.!:Ri2l.5"'fj?155.55532-5:2'5:,Q:.!"55':'!E1f5E52'Q'i"r' 25' :5E:'3:lP'Z5iEE5"x:. SWLFl.Yillf'lifi'5'i5aflltf:5la5'559i53':i5':li'?i5?,E5?:i3"'5l25:li"-E' ' ", 3 JEAN TODD WILKINS 110 Emerald Avenue Pennside, Reading, Pa. Academic-Liberal Arts lt's another one in . that's our Jeanie . . . active in sports at Mt. Penn. . . . pretty long blonde hair . . . a member of Girls' Leader Corps . . . enioys sailing and water skiing . . . our best wishes for a career in interior design. Girls' Hockey Team 9, 10, 11, 125 PENN ALMA 125 Y-Teens 10, 11, 125 Intramural Sports 115 Assemblies 10 11, 125 Student Council 115 Class Plays 125 Play Committee 115 Honor Roll 10, 125 Homeroom Officer Treasurer 105 Girls' Leaders Corps 10, 11, 125 Gym Exhibition 10, 11, 125 PENN POST 125 National Honor Society 125 Mardi Gras Committee 12, BARCLAY JAMES WILSON 2525 Grant Street Mt. Penn, Reading, Pa. General "Spook" . . . property man in the Junior Class Play . . . always with good ideas . . . lots of personality . . . may Barclay have the best of luck in whatever the future may bring. PENN ALMA 125 Intramural Sports 10, 11, 125 Assemblies 105 Class Plays 115 Play Committees 11. 85 ALISON A. WOERLE 2614 Cumberland Avenue MT. Penn, Reading, Pa. Academic-Liberal Arts Alison . . . what an imagination . . . loves to draw . . . usually seen with Fritzi or Diane . . . may the future hold nothing but success for this aspiring young teacher. Girls' Varsity Basketball 10, 11, 12, Girls' Hockey Team 10, PENN ALMA 12, Color Guard 10, 11, 12, Y-Teens 10, 11, 12, Assemblies 10, 11, 12, Play Com- mittees 12, American Legion Essay Contest 11, German Fruhlingsfest at Albright 10, Future Teachers of America 12. ALFRED R. WORRALL 6 South 20th Street MT. Penn, Reading, Pa. General Al . . . tall and thin . . . with black glasses . . . usually seen with Bob . . . T.V. and radio are his favorite pastimes . . . good luck to a future barber. PENN ALMA 12, Senior Band 11, Dance Band 11. ,Q-,gzwssa..:1,,,..1,Magg,g551-5g.,::,. 'ffffii " 53155:ii'3:353.Q'?i'E55iiiillffafsaf. I I ,Ni it T , 1 ' me 'T ,T lf , i T . Q. its 1'- "- 'T' .W .3 ' :': '12, ji ...fn.,.,,, ,..i5...,.....,,..,3 ,wx ...,l..i,..,,,,z ,Q .Q 3' r CHRISTINE A. ZABINSKI 422 Carsonia Avenue Pennside, Reading, Pa. General Chris . . . tall, thin blonde . . . usually seen with Paula or Sandy . . hard worker for F.T.A .... witty . . . excels in her sewing ability . . the future hopes to find Chris as a student nurse. PENN ALMA 12, PENN POST 10, 11, Senior Chorus 10, Y-Teens 10, 11, 12, Intramural Sports 11, 12, Assemblies 10, 11, 12, Play Committees 11, Future Teachers of America 11, 12, Homeroom Officers Secretary 12. KRISTIN L. ZECHMAN R. D. 4 Reading, Pa. Academic-Liberal Arts Duchess Gloriana the Twelfth . . . einioys training dogs . . . as the head miaiorette, Kris twirls to the top . . . President of Girls' Lead-er Coirps . . . may Kris have all possible iuck as a nurse . . . she deserves it. PENN ALMA 12, Maiorettes 10, 11, Head Majorette 12, Intramural Sports 11, 12, German Fruhlingsfest at Albright 10, Homeroom Officers Vice-President 12, Girls' Softball 10, 11, 12, Gym Exhibition 10, 11, 12, Girls' Leaders Corps 10, 11, President 12, Assemblies 10, 11, Class Plays 11, 12. 86 PERSONALITY-PLUS Eileen Landis-Michael Roland MOST CO-OPERATIVE Shirley Meyers-Roger Campbell Seniors Who Are QQTOPSQ! MOST WITTY David Henry-JoAnn Brader MOST SCHOOL S-Pl RITED Waynette Albright Dennis Boyer Each year, the Senior Class holds an election for superlatives. After the nomination ballot has been run-oft, the voting begins in earnest. As many as five ballots are necessary for a maiority in some cases, but when all is said ancl done, the seniors who have received the votes are the "most," , M '- 'fi 1 rf? ,F . .wi ..,, me Jw.-. wi , wr QW' fyiwmrfifsfsfzzrwfii ,vszfaiwxvgg + LA . ,JMS ifffzragwlidgtwyfwif-Y rig-V 'hiv j ivfif V jf, 1, :fa r . , ir if ,X 5 Sir 2 wi if wr? lfiiil iifiifilggiimllkf rylzi?i5mgflillgr 'fag 'fw+ar.'a+f-:1 :raw ,ff .jqigg 7-safari ww ki. N swflmxsg'-A MV iaf if K sy- , 4'--sf: A iq School THE TOPIC BORE YOU, CAROL? Q I 5 525 J 1 II, gm' 3 If 'J ' I REIGNING OVER THE FASCH- ING-MARDI GRAS BALL ARE LEFT, KAREN ARMSTRONG AND GARY EPSTEINp AND RIGHT, DAVID HENRY AND BARBARA AUMAN. "BOY, WILL MRS. GALLAGER BE SURPRISEDV' QUIPS DAVID HENRY TO BARRY SCHELL. DEEP IN THOUGHT IS GEORGE SEIDEL, BUDDING WILLIAM TELL. 93 WE JUST LOVE LENWOOD! LAUREN DELEWSKI, AND MARY ANN KOUKOULIS. SHEIK, AREN'T WE! Life Amo MAYBE WE SHOULD JUST GIVE UP! WE'RE FINALLY IN! e Student Bod of Mt. Penn "YOU ARE ABOUT TO MEET A BEAUTIFUL YOUNG STARLET," FORTUNE TELLER, SUSAN REINIGER, PROMISES ERIC ERLBAUM. BEAUTIES AND THE BEAST. BOY, WHAT A CATCH! oME MEMBERS OF JUNIOR CLASS PLAY CAST Pose WITH THE DIRECTOR, MIss JOHANNO sTRoLLo, SENIOR CLASS PLAY DIRECTOR, IS SEEN WITH THE AR- ALLEN SCHUTT- LEADING MEMBERS OF THE CAST. 95 These People Represent All th "TYPE FASTER, PAM. WE WANT TO GET THIS YEARBOOK OUT ON TIME!" urge the helpful assistant editors from the unseen background. Pamala Barr served capably as editor-in chief. Barry Saul, format editor, skillfully designs another superb page. Dear Reader: This year's PENN ALMA staff has worked many long hours to put this book in its final form. Those who read it, and have no connection with the yearbook, will never know the hours of just plain hard work which we-nt into it. This book is the culmination of all our years in school. lt is the only permanant record which we will have off this year-1964. l would like to thank all the students, faculty, and administrators who helped in any way to make this book possible. A special thank you goes to all the mothers who were willing to have their homes turned into yearbook offices. Sincerely yours, Pamala Barr Editor-in-Chief 1964 PENN AUVlA Members of the literary staff arwseoted, I. to r., Kristen Zechman, Lynn Suknow, Carol Merluzzo, Corrie Hart, and Barbara Auman. Standing are David Henry, Karen Armstrong, Barry Schell, Diane Kemmerling, Eileen Landis, Susan Boscov, Carol Pollack, Michael Roland, and George Seidel. "WE THINK WE'R'E PRETTY SUPER, TOO!" members of the superlative committee are, "WE THINK THE ART WORK IS TERRIFIC '- remark members of The a, l. to r., Jean Price, David Henry, Jeffrey Blass, James Reever, and Barr Sh ll. ' ' ' ' ' ' 96 Y C 9 committee-l. to r., Jean Wilkins, Douglas Miller, Alison Woerle, J Ann Brader, and Jean Price, Chairman. Absent-Donald Matz- Special Art Work. t E 2 ard Work in the '64 Penn Alma Sassaman, literary editor, is caught busily working at her desk, Discussing important busi- ness matters are Shirley Meyers, business editor, Dennis Boyer, ad and magazine campaign Mrs. Robert G. Haag, Penn Alma advisor, carefully checks some important co manager, and Janet Tomlin- son, assistant business editor and general treasurer, Subscription Committee Members are, l. to r., Waynette Albright, Suzanne Schultz, Marilyn Wanner, Mary Ann Koukoulis, Linda Nein, Chairman, Beverly Ernst, and Beverly Hinnershitz. PENN Al-MA fludenl Pl'0le9'UPl'e'5f Pol' excellence' Members of the typing and indexing committee are-seated, Mary Ure -lemes l'l0ff'50l'1 and Eefl Bellllesef- Ellen Adams, chairman, and standing, l. to r., Beverly Wentzel, Waynette Albright, and Sandra Singleton. 97 CCDOPERATIO I E I 2 f f l? v, 9""7li'iii','t W tilj--tl 1 - fL.' 2 2 1 it-,ffy f wi' if-r HX'. E f - A ' , Q i t . i i lfirirt ,C V Q it allies Wi?-' H515 it f Q ry wrt - gvriyfiwt - v',' , "-fiC?f'll'l5. f ig tl' lr rfllt ll i rii t iililiilz irlllillgili I s tr , 2 'l r As does each line in our HBLUEPRINT FOR SUCCESS" depend upon the others to form a perfectly finished product, so do we strive to work with others to reach a goal that cannot be reached alone. Through the clubs and organizations of our school, we work as a unit to attain a final product. This product may consist of winning a contest or suc- cessfully producing a class play, but it depends upon cooperation. lf, in our "BLUEPRINT FOR SUCCESS," even the least important line were missing, the entire plan would be useless. Cooperation forms a shelter for our plans and protects them until-they are completed. we dedicate this portion of our yearbook to those organizations which foster and nourish cooperation. we W 54 Nj ak a? , W I V585 1 w 43 if 'g'ff? l2,h in QP ,, HH 'SNL N 1 1 H J? x g 5 f - - f4 ,f?Um -Wi L' 1 "1 i 5 i I x 5 Leaders in Student Conduct ar The Student Council is one the most important organizatio in any school, it is the gover ing body for the students, and its members are elected by then Under the able guidance of M Richard Hamilton, the Council h sponsored a number of rousin pep rallies. The highlight of tr last rally was a basketball gans between the varsity cheerleader and the varsity squad, natural the girls won easily. The boc sale, for the second year, h once more proved a successti venture. The entire school has good re son to be proud of such a fo ward-looking body. lThe class of T964 gratefully acknowledge the sponsorship of this page by the Stu. dent Council-3515.7 OUR STUDENT -COUNCIL -OFFICERS ore: I. to r. lynn Geiger, Secretaryy Susan Reiniger, Vice-President, Susan Boscov, President, Mr. Richard Hamrlton, Advisory Janet Hagy, Treasurer. THE- REPRESENTATIVES OF OUR STUDENT COUNCIL Aare-First Row, I. to r., James Boscov, Thomas Miller, Stephen Yeager, Steven Romich, Second Row, Mary Ensslen, Susan Boscov, Marcia Roslin, Jeanne Holland, Catharine Dieffenbach, Amy Knoblauch, Jun Cohen, Susan Madary, Sharon Miller, Lynn Geiger, Third Row, Karen Hoffman, Phyllis Kins, Lori Hubbard, Ingrid Baker, Thomas Williams, Sidney Rachlin, George Seidel, Katharine Shirk, Susan Reiaiger, Cathy Ludwig, Corrie Hart. I00 olarship Set High Standards Levan, Shirley Meyers, Susan Boscav. ' B Y ALL THE BACK I ES OF MAD" I t are Peter McGow Barr Diamond, Thom-as Smith, Oljl 1 l I SSU . . o r., - , y David Reichlein, Richard Loeper, Marie Farina, and Ronald Christman. l0l I i HONOR SOCIETY MEMBERS are-First Row, I. to r., Patti Oberholtzer, Diane Kemmerling, Joan Edwards, Pamela Barr, Barbara Auman, Mary.El.Ien SSCOHII Row, Susan Reiniger, Suzanne Hoch, Lynn Geiger, Leonard Stump, James Harrison, Gary Epstein, Janet Hagy, Karen Armstrong, Jean Wilkins, Membership in the National Honor Society is the highest at- tainment ot any student's career. National Honor Society endeavors to promote the ideals of charac- ter, scholarship, leadership, and service. One of the highlights of every year is the National Honor So- ciety assembly in which the new members are made known and inducted. Because membership is limited to 5? of the Sopho- more Class, IOWQ ot the Junior Class, and l5'Za ot the Senior Class it is indeed a privilege to be accepted into the ranks. The Society, under the leadership of Mrs. Dorothy Gallagher, sub- mits names ot those eligible to a faculty committee. Members are chosen by a faculty vote. The calibre ot students in Na- tional Honor Society continues to make membership in it a distinct honor. CThie Class of 1964 gratefully acknowl- edges the sponsorship of this page by the National Honor Society-3105. Y-Teens Strive for Service THESE PRETTY LASSES HEAD A FEMININE ORGANIZATION. Y-Teen officers I. Io r. are: Virginia Ruch Program Chairman, Karen Armstrong, Presidenl- Elizabeth Levan, Secretary, Stephanie Evans, Vice-President? Miss Jane Cunnius, Advisor, Eileen Landis, Treasizrer. , awww Another year, iam-packed with a tivity, has been concluded by th Mount Penn Y-Teens. A larg measure of praise goes to Miss Jan Cunnius, Advisor, for her invaluabl guidance. These hard-working girl have given their time and energy t such projects as co-sponsoring th annual welcome dance, distributing voters guides, conducting a UNICEF drive, preparing an after-school snack tor teachers, and providing thanks- giving dinners for two needy tam- ilies. Talents have been displayed in a Brotherhood assembly and a spring fashion show. Mount Penn certainly owes a great deal to these conscientious young women. CThe class of 1964 gratefully acknowledges the sponsorship of this page by Y-Teens- 5107. ON HALLOWEEN THE Y-TEENS ANNUALLY CONDUCT A WORTHWHILE CAMPAIGN FOR UNICEF. Y-TEENS MAY BE FOR GIRLS ONLY, BUT LOOK WHO COUNTS THE MONEY! I. to r. are: Karen Armstrong, Dianne Davis, Eileen Bobczak, Janet Brown, and Joseph Ravetz. l02 Y-TEENS POSE AFTER YEARS OF DEVOTED SERV- Row, I. Io r., are: Suzanne Kropp, Elizabeth Levan, Nach, Sharon Miller, Second Lynn Suknow, Sherry Sle- Judirh Sassamcn, Eileen Barbara Auman, JoAnn Brader, Pallok, Corrie Hart, Third Rila Baerwald Pamela Barr Brown Jean Wilkins, Karen Evans, Kalharine Walter, Carol Mer- and Susan Frilz. "NOW WE CAN DO THE INITIAT- ING." Sophomore Y-Teens, Firsi Row, I. lo r., are-Dianne Babczak, Lynette Schell, Sharon Eshbach, Mary Lou Ensslen, Elaine Readinger, Sherry Kisfler, Second Row, Judith Ennis, Diane Richter, Call-ly Ludwig, Con- siance Henry, Francine Deulsch, Linda Greenberg, Dianne Davis, Suzanne Yarling, Thrd Row, Sandra Mervine, Rose Griffilh, Susan Schaeffer, Sharon Marlin, Linda Hamaker, Danna Clolhier, Holly Hadesiy, Beverly Seidel, Carol Sargeanl, Cynthia Kline. "ONE MORE YEAR, AND THEY'LL GIVE' THE DINNERS FOR US." Pictured are Ihe Junior Y-Teens-First Row, I. la r., Susan Frankhauser. Marcia Dowling, Donna Grif- fith, Susan Auman, Chrisiine Paskosg Second Row, Virginia Ruch, Andrea Blumberg, Judith Glauner, Patricia Oberhollzerl Joan Edwards, Lynn Geiger, Jo- Ann Eshbach, Mollie Buck, Susan Reiniger, Cheryl Klink, Jill Marlin, Third Row, Eileen Babczak, Nancy Lufz, Lori Hubbard, Linda Hafer, Elaine Porcaro, Rulh Ann Mayer, Virginia Mellerf, Arda Coyle, Janice Siuebner, Susan Shirk, and Ingrid Baker. The Symbol of the Key Denotc CAUGHT IN A NON-QUSY MOMENT ARE THE KEY CLUB OFFICERS-l. to r., Barry Sontee, Secretoryp Borry Soul, Corresponding Secretory and Porliomentorion Stephen Wolfe, Choplonn, Jeffrey Blass, Vice-President, George Seidl, President, and Dennis Deutsch, Treosurer. Miss Jane Cunnius Teacher-of-the-Year The purpose 'of the Mount Penn High School Key Club is to develop and pro- mote the ideals of leadership, human and spiritual primacy, the Golden Rule, high moral and ethical standards, aggressive citizenship, and enduring mutual friendships. The boys learn to give freely of themselves, and devote hours upon hours of time to charitable undertakings. During the year the Key Club sponsored many fund-raising activities, such as scrap drive, a homemade soup sale, the selling of programs and refreshments at basketball games, and the co-sponsorship of the- annual welcome dance. These funds are in turn used to finance various service proiects. As its first service proiect of the year, Key Club held an orientation at the high school for all seventh graders. The purpose of the orientation was to acquaint the new members of the student body with the school and the teachers. Following this came the annual Alumni Dinner, with Dr, Carl F. Constein as the guest speaker. One of the most successful proiects during the year was the Teachers' and Leaders' Banquet. lts purpose was to honor those students who most contribute to the organiza- tion of school activities. Also honored at the banquet was Miss Jane Cunnius, chosen by the Key Clubbers as Teacher-of-the-Yeiar. The guest speaker for the evening was Dr. Michael Austin, noted physician and hypnotist. Other service protects for the T963-T964 school year consisted of canvassing for the Heart Association and selling bread to raise money for the March of Dimes. Mr. Harold Stern, serving in his new capacity as Key Club advisor, has helped to make this year a great success. He and his Key Clubbers can certainly feel proud of a iob well done. lThe class of 1964 gratefully acknowledges the sponsorship of this page by Key Club-5301. I04 - Q. . fi mxflffwmz, . ' 9 l i. . 1 X , . 1 3 Ji, fx gg ,, .EW .. E.:- ,J LEAW F 1 -: K "' Ci u :ff W 2 9 ,gym LW. M. .N. Club Builds Democracy Now in its second year the Mt. Penn United Nation Club has continued to attrac students interested in for- eign affairs. Under the advisorship of Miss Jane Cunnius, the club represented USSR, France, Poland, and Nigeria at the High School Model United Nations Conference held an- nually at Albright College. The Model U. N. is governed by the same procedures as the United Nations, with a Secretary General and the various councils. This year's East Coast Model U. RN. was held at Mt. Vernon, New York, where the club represented Iraq. The democratic principles learned in connection with the preparation of materials is an advantage welcomed by these student diplomats. MOUNT VERNON HERE WE COME: United Nations Club officers, I. to r., Roger Campbell, President, Joseph Ravetz member- G E t V' - ' - ' ' ' ' , ary ps ein, ice President, Miss Jane Cunnius, Advisor, Barbara Auman, member, Lori Hubbard, Secretary: UNITED NATIONS CLUB MEMBERS are-First Row, l. fo r., David Schaeffer, Sidney Rachlin, Dennis Deutsch, Barry Saul, Andrew Shapiro, Thomas Williamsl Jay Mendelsohn, Rand C h F ' ' ' ' L . y o en. rank Sager, Robert Zimmerman. Second Row, Karen Hoffman, Judith Glauner, Patricia Oberholtzer, Joan Edwards, Andrea Blumbergfi Jgggh 22252 Siiargara Peuman, Helen Kropp, Lori Hubbard, Susan Reiniger, Virginia Ruch, Brenda Keller, Mary Ensleen. Third Row, Larry Ludwig, Holly Hadesty 1 9 ' ' . I panre vans, Miriam Diamond, Rosemary Haas, Roger Campbell, Gary Epstein, Joseph Ravetz, Stephan Wolfe, Jean Price, Francine Deutsch? Dianne Davis, Carol Sargeant, Linda Greenberg, Suzanne Yarling, Philip Spayd. l06 1 Debaters Give Forceful Topics ELOQUENT DEBATERS are: l. to r., First Row, Susan Reiniger, Joseph Ravetz, Francine De-utch, Judith Glauner, Sidney Rachlin, James Harrison. Second Row, Dennis Deutch, Andrew Shapiro, Jay Mendelsohn, Michael McKinney, Randy Cohen, Thomas Williams, Mr. Lawrence Rickolt, Advisor. Resurning his duties as debating coach, Mr. Lawrence Rickolt has done a fine iob guiding his team through another challenging season. The serious and rnean- ingful topic selected was "Resolved: That the Fed- eral Government should provide complete medical care for all citizens at public expense." It is by no means a light task to write speeches either supporting or opposing this resolution. Many hours of hard work are put into developing the proper phrasing and preparing quick rebuttals. Debating is one of the best ways to display mental prowess and the students who participate in it are to be congratulated. Student Journalists Print G AND THESE ARE "GA Y'S GIRLS"-Edilorial Staff Members-Sealed, I. to r., Mary Lau Enss n, Sallie Kube, Andrea Blumberg, Susan Reiniger, Slanding: l. to r., Miss Emily Yocom, Advisor, Karen Arrnstrong, Gary Epstein, Carol Sargeanl, Brenda Ke er. PENN POST SENIOR REPORTERS: First Row: l. to r., James Harrison, Jean Price, Donald Matz, David Henry, Michael Roland Second Raw- Lori Hubbard Diane Richter S , , usan Frankhouser, Linda Greenberg, Carol Pollak, Arda Coyle, JoAnn. Bracler, Lynn Suknow, Third Row: .loan Edward, .ludilh Glauner, Elaine Porcaro, Virginia Ruch, Miriam Diamancl, Francine Deulsch, Lynn Geiger. lThe Class of 1964 gralefully acknowledges the sponsorship of this page by PENN POST STAFF-3101. I08 ewsworthy Notes The PENN POST The PENN POST is published bi-monthly by the students of Mount Penn High School. The newspaper is distributed free to every student of Mount Penn High School. The PENN POST is a member of the Pennsyl- vania School Press Association. Co-Editors: ............... Editorial Staif: -c Girls' Sports Editors ---- Gary Epstein Karen Armstrong Andrea Blumberg Mary Lou Ensslen Brenda Keller Sallie Kube Susan Reiniger Carol Sargeant : ........ Joan Edwards Lynne Ann Geiger Boys' Sports Editors: ,........ Donald Matz Photographers: .... Michael Roland Miss Emily Yoaom - Christine Paskos Faculty Advisor: --- --- Business Manager: - - -------- James Harrison Robert Moon Senior Reporters: Joanne Brader, Arda Coyle, Francine Deutsch, Miriam Diamond, Eric Erlbaum, Susan Frankhouser, Judi Glaun- er, Marsha Goldberg, Linda Greenberg, Rose Ellen Griffith, David Henry, Jill Henry, Lori Hubbard, Harriet Leasing, Ann Levan, Patti Oberholtzer, Carol Pol- lack, Elaine Porcaro, Jean Price, Diane Richter, Virginia Ruch, Lynn Suknow. Cub Reporters: Susan Alten, Susan Blumberg, James Boscov, Margaret Bruton, Jan Cohen, Barbara Cutler, Eric Diamond, Scott Diamond, Jean Dunitz, Fran Ep- stein, Sheila Erlbaum, George Hatza, Lee Hecht, Marilyn Hemstreet, Kathleen Kearney, Janet Kins, Phyllis Kins, Amy Knoblauch, Carol Kramer, Bruce Leiby, Peter McGow, Karen Moore, Mimi Orit- sky, Elizabeth Rachlin, Joan Reber, Daniel Reiniger, John Richter, Susan Roland, Ruth Rothenstein, Marsha Salt- peter, Joanne Sandt, Karen Stone, April Szaj, Susan Tice, Carol Troyen, Kathy Williams, Ira Joseph. PLEASED WITH A JOB WELL DONE ARE-l. to r., Gary Epstein and Karen Armstrong, co-editorsy and Miss Emily Yocom, advisor. Membership in the PENN POST aids students in developing literary tastes and talents. nder the careful guidance of Miss Emily Yocom, faculty advisor, the students compose n interesting and informative newspaper. The demand ot meeting a monthly deadline, rains reporters and editors alike, in the art of iournalistic self-discipline. The great responsi- bility delegated to these young people today, will he-lp them develop into solid citizens of tomorrow. l l l THE PEN POST CUB REPORTERS ARE EAGER AS BEARS TO GET THE NEWS-I. to r., are: First Row, Jan Cohen, Mimi Oritsky, John Richter, Dan-iel Reiniger, Eric Diamond, George Hatzo, Ira Joseph, Scott Diamond, Fran Epstein, Marilyn Hemstreet, Second Row, Joan Dunitz, Ruth Salpeter, Ruth Rothenstexn, Th'd R M aret Bruton Peter McGow, Susan Tice, Janet Kins, Susan Blumberg, Sheila Erlbaum, Kathleen Kearney, Amy Knoblauch, Carol Kramer, If ow, arg . 5 Karen Moore, Karen Stone, Susan Alter, Phyllis Kins, Kathleen Williams, Joan Reber, Elizabeth Rachlin, Carol Troyen, Bruce Lelby, April Szal. IO9 Business Organizations Provl IHESFE PEOPLE WlLL SHAPE OUR ECONOMY-First Row, l. to r., are: George Compitelli, Robert Frymoyer, Robert Millar, William Hildebrand, James Schmltzy Second Row, Sondra Singleton, Barbara Kline, Cheryl Klink, Mollie Buck, Jill Martin, JoAnn Eshback, Christine Paskos, Marcia Schell, Janet Hagy, Beverly-Evans, -Shirley MeyerS, SUSCH1 5Cl1UliZ, MUVY Ellen Adam: Third Row, Susan Kantner, Barbara Martin, Susan Auman, Ruth Ann Moyer, Mary Ann Koukoulis, Dennis Shaaber, Earlene Lorah, Beverly Ernst, Lauren Delewski, Marilynn Wanner, Lindo Nein, Janet Tomlinson. FRESENTING A PICTURE OF EFFICIENT BUSINESSWOMEN ARE THE F.B.L.A. EDFFICERS-l. to. r., are: Susan Schultz, Reporter, Linda Nein, Treasurerp cnet Hagy, Vice-Presndenty Lauren Delewskr Secretar Sh'l M h , yy lr ey eyers, President. Mt. Penn High School is indeed fortunate that its business students express interest enough to have four business organiza- tions. The services they render are greatly appreciated. The Future Business Leaders of America, under the advisorship of Mrs. Ellen C. Weber, is an active, progressive organization which strives to give pleasure to its members while at the same time providing the needed disciplin-e of work. The Mt. Penn Chap- ter of the F.B.L.A. was privileged to play host for the Regional F.B.L.A. this past year. Included in their many service activities were a Heart Fund Drive, food baskets for the needy, and May Day flowers for the teachers. F.B.L.A. also supervises "Operation Ditto" and "Operation Service." These are the students who do any type of duplicating, filing, or typing iob that has to be done through- out the school. A completely new group has just been 'formed this year under Mrs. Weber's leadership. The Future Merchants of America provide an enioyable treat every Thursday by selling delicious soft pretzels. ln addition, they have be-en actively engaged in promotionaiideas for Junior Class proiects. Our thanks to the business organizations for a iob well done. lThe Class of 1964 gratefully acknowledges the sponsorship of this page by F.B.L.A.-515. Editor's note--sorry it was excluded in '63i. luable Service to the School SOFT PRETZEL SELLERS PAR EXCELLENCE Frst Row l to r are John Albright Charles Lloyd Fred Fawcett Ronald King Daniel Ficlc Second Row Dennis Shaaber Thomas Holland David Hoffmaster Paul Kline James Schmitz CALL ON THESE GALS FOR ANY TYPING JOB Operation Service glrls Seated l to r are Cheryl Klmk Janet Hagy Stand mg Susan Kantner Janet Tomlinson Marllynn Wanner Mary Ellen Adam Mary Ann Koukoulis Beverly Evans THlS GROUP SEES ALL OUR TESTS BE- FOREHAND. The "Operation Ditto" Team First Row, l. to r., are: Christine Paskos, Barbara Kline, Susan Schultz, Linda Nein, Mollie Buck, Robert Millarp Second Row, Susan Auman, Ruth Ann Moyer, Lauren Delewski, Mary Ann Koulcoulis, -Barbara Martin, Jill Martin. Melodic Highs and Lows Are t Chorus practice gets underway and harmonious tones begin to fill the air. Consisting of students in seventh through ninth grades, the chorus is directed by Mrs. Ruth Keeney. The obiective of the chorus is not only to sing, but also to instill in its members a better understanding of music. This year the chorus displayed its prowess in a fine Christmas assembly, and plans to expand its activity in the future. lThe class of i964 gratefully acknowl- edges the sponsorship of this page by Chorus-551. MRS. RUTH KEENEY GIVES A FEW HELPFUL HINTS TO Judith Koller, Paula Zechman, Margaret Hill, Dorothy Hoffman, and Sheila Erlbaum, seated. A PART OF OUR GROWING CHORUS First Raw I 1 AI - , . o r., ore: an Blumberg, Gary Baettcher, Richard Ensslen, Jack Borden, Kimball Price: Second Row, Jill Schell, Bonnie Ermold, Margaret Smith, Dorothy Hoffman, Alice Zilles, Judith Koller, Patricia Heim, Diane Weaver, Susan Breitegam, Eve Pedullo, Susan Pingitor, Third Row, Sharon Cataldo, Connie Gockley, Joan Eltonhead, Marcia Roslin, Anna Reoves, Margaret Hill, Hattie Barnes, Susan Hullinger, Catherine Dieffenbach, Deborah Kantner. II4 nior Songsters' Trademarks SINGING IS OUR BUSINESS REMARK MEMBERS OF THE JUNIOR CHORUS-First Row, I. to r., Warren Horakal, Mark Lessing, John Koller, Peter Loufbahn, John Head, Bruce Gadshallg Second Row, Deborah Bertolet, Donna Crum, Karen Moore, Kathleen Augustine, Phillis Brooks, Marcia Levine, Cheryl Biffel, Sandra Guintherg Third Row, Kathleen Becker, Kathleen Boyer, Maria Farina, Sharon Lightcap, William Kline, Janice Witman, Susan Bard, Evelyn Fifrnell, Linda Wenlzel, Linda Schlegel, Brenda Yocum. II5 Tickets, Films, and Lights A THE MEMBERS OF AUDIO VISUAL AIDS CLUB ADVISED BY MR. RICHARD HARTMAN are: l. To r., Richard Wi5WeSSer, Charles Bender, Randall Reich, Mr. RichardvHarTman, Advisor, Morfon Millhauser, Fredrick Melroy. Whenever The sTudenT body is shown a film, eiTher in class or assembly, you can be sure The Audio- Visual Aids Club isgon The iob. The group, headed by Mr. Richard Harrman, makes iTself responsible Tor all The knowledge which is involved in running The Technical equipment In acldirion, The boys musT know how To seT up, and operaTe Tape recorders, cameras, record. players, and lighTs, as well as several Types of proieclors. MT. Penn High School is indeed TorTunaTe To possess such a wide range of audio-visual apparaTus and The sTudenTs To ma-ke iT TuncTion. eir Behindfthe-Scenes Charge Scenery, lights, and a myriad of other duties are the responsi- bilities of the unsung heroes of the Stage Crew. Headed by Mr. John Seifarth, this industrious group adds that extra something to make every play and assembly a success. The school says "Thank you" for a iob well done. Plays are presented semi-an- nually at Mt. Penn, and it's the girls in the Usherettes who help to make it a smooth performance every time. Their pleasing man- ners are enough to put any audi- ence in the right frame of mind. The Usherettes, under the direc- tion of Mrs. Roger Brown, deserve a hearty vote of thanks. MR. JOHN SEIFARTH, ADVISOR, EXPLAINS THE MYSTERIES OF THE LIGHT CONTRQLS TO MEMBERS- OF THE STAGE CREW-l. to r. are, Charles Lloyd, Michael Misiaszek, Mr, John Selfarth, Douglas Miller, Robert McCrudclen. EAGER TO "GUIDE" ARE THE USHERETTES:-First Row, l. to r., Corrie Hart, Janet Tomlinson, Beverly. Evans, Mary -Ellen Adams, Susan Kantner Linda Nein Susanne Schultz- Second Row Sallie Kube, Beverly Hinnershitz, Sandro Riegel, Waynette Albright, Barbara A:lAartln, Marilynn Wanner, Mlfs. Roger Brown, 'Advisory Laureh Delewskiy Third Row, Sandra Stafford, Linda Levanclowski, Rosemary Haas, arcra Dowling, Cheryl Klink, Barbara Kline. ' ll7 Art and 'VIusic Organizations Wo The Poster Club performs a very necessary iob tor the school. Any- time you wish to publicize an event, the Poster Club will gladly provide the needed art work. Under the lead- ership bt Mr. Gerald Romich, the club strives to produce the neatest, eye-appealing posters possible. The various activities throughout the school are deeply appreciative ot all the work which the Poster Club does. C-The class of T964 gratefully acknowledges the sponsorship of this page by Poster Club -SSI. EVEN ARTISTS NEED LEADERS, POSTER CLUB OFFI- CERS are, I, to r., Dennis Deutsch, Vice-Presidentg Mr. Gerald Romich, Advisory Ann Levan, Secretary, .lo Ann Brader, President. YOUNG ARTISTS PUT THEIR TALENTS TO WORK MEMBERS OF THE POSTER CLUB are I to First Row, John Head, Stephen Decch, Robert Moon, Dennis Epler John Keller Second Row Ann Levan Judith Lxndner Susan Moclary Janet Kms Cynthia Woerle, Kathy Billinger, Laurie Silverman, Jo Ann Brader, Phyllis Kms Third Row Roger Evans Douglas Muller Dennis Deutsch Duane Greth Jean Price Leslie Jobe, Daniel Lorah. Turn Out Consistent Qualit PRQDUClNG MELODIOUS TONES ARE THE MEMBERS OF THE DANCE BAND-First Row, l. ta r., are-Roger Campbell, Ammon Nein, Richard Stover, Eric Erlbaum, Second Row, Paul Lorah, Ellis Heckman, Randolph Blatt, Michael Roland, Mr. Lester Yeager, Directory Third Row, James Hauser, William Shirk, John Howell, Larry Lenhart, Fourth Row, James Boscov, David Johnson. ' Sweet trumpets anol smooth saxophones are but a part of Mt. Penn's excellent Dance Band. The band lends its harmonious tones to plays and any other school activity which may re- quire its services. The Dance Band, which puts the frosting on many activities, merits our ap- plause. Young, but learning, describes our Junior Band members. These are the musicians who will ioin the ranks of the Senior Band in a few years. Keep up the tempo! CThe class of 1964 gratefully acknowl- edges the sponsorship of this page by the band-Sl5l. SHOWING THEIR MUSICAL lNTERESTS ARE THE MEMBERS OF THE JUNIOR BAND-fFirsY Row, I. to r-, ure: Thomas Stephen. Qing Rglvnd Steven Romich, Robert O'Re1lly, Thomas Forester, Richard Hart, Second Row, Susan Breitegam, Joan Eltonhead, Karen Moore, Paua ec man, Denise Herzog, Third Row, Margaret Smith, Teddy Hess, William Westcott, Kim Yochum, Judy Lindner. I I9 THE COLOR GUARD STEPS OUT SMARTLY. Banners Floating Triumphan The click of loooTs, and shouTs of "mark Time-march" can loe heard as our uniiring color guard sTarTs on iTs way. Proudly bear- ing The orange and black of MounT Penn, The guard sTe'ps high and lively. PracTicing for The Prefzel Bowl is probably The greaTesT duTy of These school- spirifed girls. PROUDLY BEARING MT. PENN'S COLORS-First Ro , l. T . -S F rkh D' Sl L' d b w o r, are usan ran ouser, sane efz, in a Green urgg Second Row, Ruth Ann Moyer, Susan Lilienfelcl, Jane Howardp Third Row, Carolyn Jones, Sherry Kistler, Vivian Rice, Alison Woerle, Donna Clothier, Janet Hagy, and Sharon Edmunds. I I d Batons Flashing in the Sun OUR PERT, SMILING MAJORETTES are-First Row Kristin Zechman Second Row I to r Sharon Martin Aclra Coyle Sara Seiverling Diane Kemmerling, Jill Henry: Third Row Rose Ellen Griffith Susan Schaeffer Brenda Speck Susan Harris Kathy Butler Ingrid Laudenslater. Stepping out in style are Mount Penn's perky maiorettes. Through a barrage of batons, the girls can be seen wending their way down a crowded parade route. Faint whispers ot "guide right and smiIe," can be heard from all sides. Knowing that "practice makes perfect," the girls make use of spare moments to perfect intricate twirls and formations, all of which combine to make their marching prowess unsur- passable. THE FAMILIAR ORDER "GET IN STEP" IS ISSUED BY HEAD MAJORETTE, KRISTIN ZECHMAN. Music Is Their Stock The Band Marches Proudly Mt. Penn's Senior Band provides the school with musical entertainment for any occasion. A lively march greets the students during pep rallies, slow easy passages welcome them to assemblies. Under the direction of Mr. Lester Yeager, the band marched proudly in the Antietam Valley Recreation Center Community 4th-of-July Parade, at half time at the Pretzel Bowl Game, and during the Armed Forces Day Parade. When the weather is Warm the band can be seen marching along the streets of Mt. Penn and Pennside. Three musicians were privileged to participate in higher levels of Band. Richard Stover attended the county, district, region and state bands. Michael Roland went to county and district band. Susan Boscov participated in county and district band, and district orchestra. During the week of April 6, Distrct Orchestral gathered at Mount Penn High School for its annual concert. The school appreciates the efforts of our hard-working band. l22 The Band Officers who plan for the Pretzel Bowl with their director, are-I. to r., Suzanne Hoch, Treasurer, Mr. Lester Yeager, Director, Ingrid Baker, Secretary an Michael Roland, President. Absent: Richard Stover, Vice-President. "SEVENTY-SIX TROMBONES IN THE BIG PARADE . . ." THE MARCHING BAND MARKS TIME IN FORMATION-First Row, I. to r., Larry Lenhart, James Houser, Eric Erlbaum, Mark Getz, and William Shirk. Second Row, gl. to r., John Howell, Ammon Nein, Fritz Howard, and James Boscov. Third Row, l. to r., Roger Campbell, Ingrid Baker, Linda Hamaker, Dianne Hubbard, Susan Fritz. Fourth Row, I. to r., Susi Boscov, Peggy Kropp, Mary Kate Salathe. Fifth Row, I. to r., Ira Saul, Suzanne Hoch, Harry Seward, Ronald King, and Barbara Cutler. Sixth Row, I. to r., G. David Johnson, James Riegel, John Forrester, Robert Boettcher. Seventh Row, I. to r ., Randy Blatt, Mike Roland, Thomas Miller, and Paul Lorah. ARE YOU SURE THE PARADE WENT THIS WAY? THE MARCHING BAND STRUTS PAST THE HIGH SCHOOL. l23 Leader Corps Promot s m 11 TWO EXTREMELY DIFFICULT POSI- TIONS ARE EXHIBITED BY BARBARA AUMAN AND JEAN WILKINS, MOUNT PENN'S OWN FUTURE GYM- NASTS. HOLDING UP THE GIRLS' END OF OUR PHYSICAL FITNESS PROGRAM ARE-First Row, I. to r., Sharon Lightcap, Arda Coyle, Susan Yarling, Lynn Geiger, Danna Griffith, Beverly Hinnershitz, Susi Blumbergp Second Row, Lori Hubbard, Brenda Keller, Joan Dunitz, Elaine Porcaro, Kristin Zechman, Mary Lou Ensslen, Eileen Babczalc, Francine Deutsch, Kathi Bach, Pamela Barr, Third Row, Stephanie Evans, Sally Kube, Sharon Miller, Constance Henry, Susan Thomas, Barbara Auman, Linda Hafer, Carolyn Seward, Janet Brown, Jean Wilkins, Fourth Row, Susan Reiniger, Sheila Erlbaum, Dianne Babczak, Karen Hoffman, Cathy Ludwig, Diane Seltz, Dianne Davis, Waynette Albright, Joan Edwards, Patty Oberholtzer, Suzanne Hoch, Susan Shirk. I24 ysical Fitness THESE RELIABLE STUDENT LEADERS ARE--First Row, l. to r., Paul Loroh, Ronald Christian, Williams Hildebrand, Henry ShirlrfhDonalrj Well?-r,, Prisidenm ' ' ' ' anne Michael Roland, Vice-President, Ammon Nein, John ,Eidcm, John Duutrich, Second Row, Dennis Stephen, Wayne Schildt, Earl Bat aser, ames u z, Sproule, Randall Reich, Herbert Davis, Robert Boettcher, Bruce Leiby, Third Row, Robert Fawber, Charles Bender, Robert Frymoyer, Donald Matz, Barry Schell, Frederick Knoll, Richard Herbst. The members of the Boys' and Girls' Leader Corps all display athletic ability, good sportsmanship, and a willingness to work. The main purpose of these energetic young people is to assist Miss Geiger and Mr. Himmelberger with their daily gym classes. However, this is not their only activity. They can often be found setting up gymnastic apparatus in the mornings, or participating in games and techniques during elective periods. Perhaps the greatest and most time-consuming activity of the Leader Corps is the presentation of its annual Gymnastic Exhibi- tion. ln a combined effort, the boys and girls practice long hours to perfect the difficult routines displayed during the show. This year, as always, the Gymnastic Exhibition was a tremendous success, and the Leader Corps deserves a large round of applause. The Leader Corps is truly an asset to both the school and stu- dent body, and its members are sincerely grateful to Miss Geiger and Mr. Himmelberger for the time spent with them. CThe class of 1964 gratefully acknowledges the sponsorship of this page by Girl's Leadership Corps-515.1 "CAUTION, SOFT SHOULDERS!" CRIES DONALD MATZ FROM HIS PRECARIOUS POSITION, TO ROBERT BOETTCHER. I25 SPORTSMANSHI ' if 'LEW w r Mgi agwmgriqgm , 1 r,, 9? se l Qi 5. 55? Qaibygywgag XX yk thlg init? 55, Q, I, iq, :rw ,r,JrHq13,,r 3 ri, 4 46. 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This portion of our book we dedicate to those who have made our sports teams possible. l26 ZW vga ME W M U ,- Mya gd My ww Egg z K YW 5 . 21, g,4,,,l T ,.,, I, 1 fi, " .JI -1 5., ff- 5 H Q' 54 "5"'f?" '1': 1' .555 1" ' H V -2 152 , - - .gm .M i- g,, 5 1 1, an ur, 1 M , - .f- .... -Qwwf . Q 5 Q 'em 'Nam if ,,,m1 ,- yinggi waz., .V,, 1' .... ..,. , .,,, W f-- - - iifiwswrm wxgegwgm, - Q Q4'3uf?5E?EsYi-'i v Wg? wi ,kmmmslgfl is ' ' ' H 579a1m:':,,.s,,'-H: . fu- ,N,,,,x, I wzfexafyiw - meggxf. z- QQ Q W W Q 'uf fzx sv WA ,.. ,:,: ,,,.,....:,.,:,:,: 5, R aw , 3.1 t gwg ... :- 3? 1 g , .W i W si 53'-Qifiif-4' ,, f,-, 1' m E Soccer Combines Fancy Legwo tgszyztefrf " ' X 'Sim gl ' W , ,. .L 3, izc .,,, .. M ,c.,.1 7,c1-, I . , ,. . ., - so fs? me ffgiif ' fuziefia- -ffswswefwe 5.5 K ' 7:31, , , ...Q :as 1 t im- , s, .K .- feats isxaffigf H' use , tai ..,...,,. slieffiswyffis ififitiitf ta. c I ie ,. c , Memes EE, x tf . 2 25 fi iw 2 + . .. ,. ., , K Z 'o I PLANNING STRATEGY WITH THEIR COACH, MR. RONALD HIMMELBERGER, ARE THE SOCCER CO-CAPTAINS, CHARLES VOZELLA AND MICHAEL ROLAND. DONALD WELLER TANGLES WITH A TEAM MEMBER FROM CONRAD WEISER WHILE HEADING THE B LL. I28 .:.,... ,, .. , Iii E.1 :,S t I IA L:,. 'X i ...., . -A---1' '12 .L'-.: 1 :IQ -II' f-1 ::I-:: --' ' . --.-- H- i i A A V 'W 'H 5 , ,::,,E:::V f M ...... . H ,ggi ..1,..m, ---...., 1- - The 1963 season opened with Coach Ronald HimmIelberger's team being downed by Read- ing High C2-OJ in a non-league tilt. Veterans Mike Roland, Donald Weller, and "Chip" Vozella had to carry the brunt of the game due ,to the inexperience of the newer members. With a little experience under their belts, our boys took on powerful Twin Valley. Due to a few mental lapses, the Mounts fell to the tune of 2-0. Traveling to Hamburg, the Mount7s goalie, Herb Davis, put on a one-man defensive battle. But one man doe-s not make a team and our team came out second best I-O. The Mountaineers then played the Scouts of Conrad Weiser. Our booters led until the last minute when the Scouts converted two penalty kicks to come out on top 2-1. Schuy- kill Valley was next in line. As the game see- sawed across the field the Panthers managed to score. The Mount's Jim Houser found range and the game ended in a l-I stalemate. As the season progressed the result remained the same. Tulpehocken and Oley both matched the Mounts by the score of 2-0. The Kutz- town battle was a gallant effort by the boys from Mt. Pen-n but found us on bottom 3-0. The season closed with the Mounts falling prey to Brandywine 4-i and Fleetwood 3-0. Coach Ronald Himmelberger feels that al- though th-e year's record was a poor one, the experience gained by the many underclass- men will serve as the backbone of a powerful team in the 'years to come. I 15 as 35 Ez E 52 M Lf E E 2 3 2 2 ZZ 2 21 'L' 2 32 Q 5 3 if S if ii 2 if 52 L5 5 3 is A 1 4 1 Llndaunted Championship Spirit For the second year in a row, our plucky mountainettes have brought home the laurels. Behind the victories and the fun, however, lies a driving will to win and equal measures of ambitions, perseverance, and cooperation. Many grueling hours of practice go on behind the scenes, with Miss Anita Geiger's encourag-- ing cries of "Run! Run!" Every member of the team made a substantial contribution to the ability endurance, and good sportsmanship of the group as a whole. We are all very proud of Miss Geiger and her champions! KRISTIN ZECHMAN, GIRLS' SPORTS EDITOR, DISCUSSES DEFENSIVE PLANS WITH COACH- LyNN GEIGER RACES TQ WRE51' THE BALL FROM ANITA SEWER- ExETER's VICKY BERroLET. CHAMPIONS EVERYONE-'IHE HOCKEY TEAM POSES IN VICTORIOUS FORMATION. First Row, I. to r., are-Joan Edwards, Susan 'Reiniger, Barbara Auman, Eileen Babczak, Constance Henry, Lynn Geiger, Eileen Landis, Cathy Ludwig, Karen Hoffman, Suzanne Hoch, Karen Armstrong, Second Row, Susan Shirk, Mary Lou Ensslen, Suzanne Yarling, Kathi Bach, Dianne Davis, Stephanie Evans, Susan Thomas, Sharon Lightcap, Diane Kemmerling, Ianet Brown, Third Row, Susan Fritz, Manager, Carolyn Seward, Natalie Schwoyer, Carol Troyen, Christine Paskos, Sally Kube, Elaine Porcaro, Elizabeth Rachlin, Francine Deutsch, Manager. I30 Daniel Boone Oley .,,,,.........A Brandywine Exeter ....,...,,.,. Daniel Boone Oley ............. Brandywine Exeter . .......... HOCKEY SCORES Opponenis Mt. Penn I 2 2 I 3 I 2 2 THE HOCKEY BALL ESCAPES AN EXETER PLAYER, VICKY BERTOLET, DURING AN EXCITING GAME. SUZANNE HOCH, CENTER FORWARD, PREPARES TO DRIVE THE BALL TO THE WING. Our Peppy Cheerleaders Help "Go get them, Mountaineers, go get them!" With these ringing words Mt. Penn's lively cheerleaders encouraged our teams to try their best. They led our student body' into supporting the teams with more enthusiasm than these sacred halls have seen in a long time. Under the very capable leadership of Miss Anita Geiger, our lively misses in- troduced a dance at half-time of the var- sity games to the music of "Let's go." We know the boys appreciated their efforts. JUMP HIGHER, EENlE MAE! to r. are Barbara Auman, E leen Landis, Elaine Porcar Lynn Geiger, and Jaan E wards. Our Spirits From Lagging SPORTING BRAND NEW UNIFORMS ARE THE J.V. CHEERLEADERS-First Row, I. to. r., are: Mary Lou Ensslen, Susan Blum- berg, Second Row, Cathy Ludwig, Con- stance Henry, Susan Thomas. ""'!!F BRIGHT SHINING BEADS." I. to r. are: Barbara Auman, Eileen Landis, Elaine Porcaro, Lynn Geiger, Joan Ed- wards. UBAUBLES, BANGLES, SHOUTS OF "SINK THEM" GREET MT. PENN FANS AT BASKETBALL GAMES-Clockwisez Constance Henry Susan Blumberg, Mary Lou Ensslen, Cathy Ludwig, Susan Thomas. THE VARSITY AND JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS PREPARE FOR A ROUSING PEP RALLY SPONSORED BY THE STUDENT COUNCIL-Barbara Auman, Eileen Landis, Elaine Forcaro, Lynn Geiger, Joan Edwards, Susan Blumberg, Constance Henry, Susan Thomas, Cathy Ludwig, Mary Lou Ensslen, Susan Boscov, Susan Reiniger. I33 Varsity Aims Toward ext Year WHY ARE YOU SMILING LARRY? Mt. Penn's varsit s u d , y q a members are: First Row, l. to r., Robert Zimmermdrt, Richard Herbst, Michael Roland, Co-captaing James Hauser, Larry Ludwig, Second Row, Bruce Herhshock, David Schaeffer, Donald Weller, Donald Matz, Gary Epstein, and Mr. Glenn Bortle, Coach. The Mount Penn High Varsity, under Coach Glenn Bartle, brought its campaign to a close with a heart-breaking loss to Oley Valley 54-50 in an overtime period. The Mounts took the home floor that night seeking revenge for Lynx earlier in the year. The beginning of the year saw Bartle's boys downed by Hamburg, Western Division Cham- pions, 88-30. This was not the complete story of this year's varsity, however. Through the year the Mountaineers completed a 4-and-'IO-league record and a 5-aind-i6-overall mark. The team defeated Wyomissing for its lone non-league win. Twice during league play Twin Valley fell victim to the Mounts, and Brandywine was also a two-time loser against our team. This year saw iunior Donald Weller wage a scoring duel with Dick Graucher for honors of the Eastern Division. Two poor nights against Kutztown, forced Donald to finish in third place with 248 points for an average of l7.7 points per game. Donald's scoring lieutenant for the Mounts was senior Gary Epstein with ll'-7 points in leagwe action. Next year will see the retu-rn of Donald Weller, Richard Herbst, La-rry Ludwig, Robert Zimmer- man, David Schaeffer, Bruce Hershock, and .lam-es Houser. Graduation this year will take the services of Ga-ry Epstein, Mike Roland, Donald Matz, and Joseph Ravetz. The T963-64 season brought only one more win than last year, but the team never showed lack of interest. With the bustle and attitude displayed by this year's varsity, the teams of the future are bound to pick-up the winning combination and bring home better records. Opp. Mt. Penn Hamburg ..... ......... 8 8 30 Wyomissing .... ......... 6 5 69 Wilson ......... ......--- 7 8 35 Exeter ..e......... .....--.- 4 8 36 Gov. Mifflin ....... ......... 8 2 24 Fleetwood ......... ......-.. 7 0 44 West Reading ...... ..---.--- 6 6 53 Brandywine .,,....... ......... 4 9 63 Schuykill Valley ..... ......... 4 0 39 Twin Valley .......... ......... 4 5 56 Kutztown .....,..... .....---- 8 5 36 Da-niel Boone ......... ......... 6 5 60 Boyertown .... - ....... ......... 7 4 41 Oley ,,,,,,w,, ..,,,. 7 7 57 I34 IF ONLY THE CAMERA HAD EARS gg Q1- fz rg- gg 511-M Q ff S. Wt, 45311 SJW 2-1 Varsity Squad in the Spotlight Donald Weller l CENTER 2 l i l 4 l l l r I l l E l The Splrlt of Mount Penn Fla Thus year Mount Penns lunlor varsxty basketb team showed great Improvement from the begmnmg Never lettmg a loss get them down t boys remalned steadfast In their determlnatl to wm The followmg scores demonstrate the har work of Mr Donald Davls and has team JUNIOR VARSITY SCORES Opponents Mt Pen Hamburg Wyomlsslng Wllson Exeter Governor Mlfflm Fleetwood West Reading Branclywme Twine Valley Schuylkill Valley Kutztown Damel Boone Boyertown Oey Exeter Fleetwood Brandywxne Twlne Valley Kutztown Damel Boone O ey MW, Huggy- ,, mil is M to DENNIS BOYER PERSONIFIES THE SPIRIT OF MT. PENN BY CHEERING OUR BASKETBALL TEAM ON TO VICTORY. l38 SHOUTS OF "SlNK lT" REACH WAYNE Teamwork and Student Cheers PENlTI'? J.V. PLAYERS TAKE A MOMENT OUT FROM PRACTlCE. Firsl Row, l. fo r., Roberi Koch, lee Wenizel, James Brown, Randall William Blum, Wayne Shildt, Todd Zimmerman, Second Row, Frederick Knoll, Barry Wentzel, Michael Richards, Randall Reich, James Jobe, Michael Losk, Ronald Biffel. sci-mm AS HE TAKES A Foul sHor DURING THE BRANDYWINE GAME. l39 s l s Courts s This year, Mt. Penn's girls' basketball team played valiantly despite a losing season. Under Coach Anita Geiger, the girls never lacked in spirit. Practices were Y held twice a week, and the team sang songs and cheered on the bus. The one win of the court encounters was an away game with Oley Valley Area Jointure, 32-30. Five senior lasses will be graduated, but the bulk of the team will be returning next year. Mt. Penn Opponent Daniel Boone .,,,. ,,,,,Vw, 2 3 33 Brandywine .... A,,YMAAY 2 3 34 Exeter .,,,.,.,.,.,...,. ,AA,AYYv 2 6 34 Schuylkill Valley ,.,. ...... T 4 23 Daniel Boone .,,.... ,,s,,, I 5 27 Oley .--..--.-.--. ...... 3 2 30 Brandywine .... ,,,,,, I A 49 Exeter ,,,,.,,,,, ,w,YYA 'I 3 41 Oley .... .,.... 1 9 32 AN OPTIMISTIC ATTITUDE IS DEPICTED ON THE FACES OF Diane Kemmerling and Fredericlra Walter, co-captains, and Miss Anita Geiger, coach. AND HERE IS THE FEMALE END OF BASKETBALL. First Row, l. Q r., are-Dianne Kemmerling, Eileen Babczak, Dianne Eabczak, Linda Wentzel, .loan Ecker, Diane Bricker, Francine Deutsch, Second Row, Suzanne Hoch, Susan Shirlr, Janet Brown, Cynthia Woerle, Sharon Lightcap, Andrea Blumberg, Qarol Rodgers, Third Row, Susan Fritz, Manager, Fredricka Walter, Virginia Ruch, Alison Woerle, Virginia Mellert, Kathi Bach, Sandra Mervine, and Christine Paskos, manager. l4l X 6 X X l V f 5 1 1 u Z3 ACHIEVEME 1 H F 2 t l l l E , 5 s, l' 1 l l .,: 5 Wifi 5irmgw5,.1g,ye Ji iz "' wif- f"TJ:5gig':fI4,z 'fig lf ffl' 'Pl ffl Us wil tll?ltI+Qltg S . i Q as itil Bl! V-,,fl,f"5" rd ?L'L J -f "L' TT' 'W 'S Lf l7X'l + Fizz, ri " is wt it tl i wg - t T QlbsrtfllllltlllliriltrtfilllrlllylglttywyllllilrltllrtWeisz. Tilsrfttrlri. ' iw 1 T nr .lv l nr, fr if KE Q1f T T -- - it X " 'iitfti-fifiiiisa: -Eieffitmzs altiifwmasis tim. T T 1 I l What has happened To The seniors of yesteryear? They have al- ready begun investigating life. While in high school each of them was forming his own "BLUEPRlNT FOR SUCCESS." Some 'have begun to lay the foundations for Their lives, others are still searching for con- venient sites on which to bring The blueprint into actuality. Perhaps others have Thrown Their blueprints away. Some have already achieved a small measure of greatness, others have yet to do so.' Here are some scenes from their high school days, days which formed their blueprints as they lay on the drawing board. We dedicate The following portion of our yearbook to our 1963 alumni in the hope that they achieve their ultimate goals. T I44 I 1 LL , 'U A f Q' FTJW1 2 2-55 I .M 5 E 5, , Q , M V , MA N J. fl' . If n Q V Q"'i' - . A 4.. N- . - wK'9i Haw Em ...,.,, , W H "'- Q ,::::ZII1.EE-fsfi. ":" "EH", -'Him ' H "'A -, Q X'-J K fx: f Fi my Q fwv y-...A Dancl ALL READY TO EAT ARE - fclockwisel Robert B e c ke r, Michael Z i c k l e r, Ann Louise Salathe, Kathleen S m i t h , D a v i d Smethers, Mrs. Helene Ott, Janice Hill, Peter Mavrides, and Joel Houser. DID WE HEAR SOMEONE SAY, "LET'S DlNE"? lClockwiseJ David Stailey, Carol Levin, Lee Bowman, Sharon Lord, Charles Anderton, Mrs. Howard Edsall,.Mr. Howard Edsall, Tina Roland, Gregory Clark, and Wanda Reese. liamson, and Nancy Hafetz l wisel Miss Doris Reed Trudy Wi llams, Marilyn Hotzman, Sharon Me ers, Charlotte Kaufman, Donald Ma tin, Carol Schildt, Armand Cohen Joann Stoner, Jeffrey Jackson Suz anne Youse, John Schach, Juditl McKinney, Leroy Yoder, Judith Wil WAITING PATIENTLY ARE 1 . . Y r llows Dinner During '63 Gala The soft strains of music provided by the Skyliners set the stage for a delightful evening of dancing' and entertainment. The Reading Country Club was the setting for our 1963 Senior Prom. The highlight of the evening-the Coronation ot the Queen of the Prom, Suzanne Youse, was pre- sided over by Mr. William I. Purnell, assisted by members ot Mt. Penn P-TA. ' In the Queen's Court were Carol Schildt, Judith Williamson, Mary-Lynn Zimmerman and Carol Levin. At mid- night, the Queen and all the other seniors donned casual attire for bowl- ing at Jay Lanes and breakfast at the Crystal Restaurant. enior Class Advisor William l. Purnell watches as the bouquet is presented to our 1963 rom Queen Suzanne Ycuse. Bonnie Sandt, Prom Queen of 1962, places regal ware upon lovely brow of Suzanne Youse, elected Queen of 1963 Prom., With the Royal twosome are Queen Suzanne's Court, l. to r. Carol Schildt, Judith Williamson, Mary-Lynn Zimmerman, and Carol Levin. l47 Our Last Moments BOARD OF EDUCATION MEMBERS ATTENDING DINNER ARE: Clockwise, l. to r., are-Mr. Philip Reiniger, Mrs. Donald Grahn, Mr. Donald Grahn, Mrs. John Stewart, Mr. John Stewart, Mrs. Walter Williams, Mr. Walter Wil- liams, Mrs. Charles Springer, Mr. Charles Springer, Mrs. Richard Swope, Mr. Richard Swape, Mrs. Philip Reiniger. ENJOYING THEMSELVES AT PROM DINNER ARE: Clockwise. I, to r., are-Anita Schlegel, Darrell Matz, Patricia Killian, Jack Krichmar, Judith Miller, Patricia Wertman, Mark Gold- berg, Howard Hafetz, Edward Godshall, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hamilton. The gentlemen of our school administration plus their wives and the distinguished members of the Board of Education received guests at the Prom Dinner. I48 Class A prom is more than a night of dancing. It is rather the garnish to an elaborate contrivance which we label "our years in high school." What more appropriate way can we find to honor these years than with a formal dinner, which for many of us, is our first such affair. On May 29, 1963, the Class of 1963, attired in eye-catching gowns and stiffly starched shirts and bow ties, as- sembled at the Reading Country Club for their last encore before the social footlights, dined upon chicken, with memories and anticipation. SENIORS AND GUESTS DANCE THE EVENING AWAY ON VELVET CARPET OF MUSIC. ommanasmsnf MOUNT PENN HIGH SCHOOL DR. H. CLAUDE HARDY, or HARTWICK coLLEoE, DELIVERS THE coivi- MENCEMENT TO sENloRs. TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 4, 1963 at Eighe O'cloc12, E. D. T. HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM Commencement ls the Climax DR. CARL CONSTEIN AND MR. EMERSON ROTHENBERGER CON- GRATULATE COMMENCEMENT SPEAKERS, l. to r., Lawrence Newberry, Roger Auman, and Edmund Goll. CThe Class of 'l964 gratefully acknowledges The sponsorship of this section-pp. l44-l57- by the Class of 1963-51201. SEEN AT PROM DINNER-Clockwise, l. lo r., are Michael Rachlin, Hannah Spayd, Mr. and Mrs. John Seifarth, Elaine Edwards, Roger Auman, Edmund Goll, Robert Glover, and Nancy Heller. l50 LAST MOMENTS ARE FILLED WITH HAPPINESS. Clcckwise, I. to r., are-Mary-Lynn Zimmerman, Thomas Becker, James Bodenheimer, Karen Stephen, Barry Kasper, Mrs. Dorothy Gallagher, Mrs. Ethel Hill, Mr. and Mrs. William Strickler, and Bruce Kasper. ANTICIPATING A DELICIOUS DINNER ARE: Clockwise, I. to r., are-Lawrence New- berry, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Seltzer, Judith Witman, John Knoll, Bonnie Brown, Peter Wolfe, Lynda Miller, Robert Helms, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Haag, Merry Fleisher. SITTING AT HEAD TABLE ARE LEADERS OF CLASS AND SCHOOL-I. to r., Mr. William I. Purnell, Mrs. William I. Purnell, Mrs. Emerson Rothenberger, Mr. Emerson Rothenberger, Sandra Kolb, Secretary, Faye Azzolina, Treasurer, Daniel Flannery, President, Mrs. Carl F. Constein, Dr. Carl F. Constein, Mrs. Joseph Miller, SENlORS ON HONOR HOU- Mr. Joseph Miller, Mrs. Leonard Wearne, Mr. Leonard Wearne. l5l l 962-l 963 .x-" Roger Auman .x-" Edmund Goill 'Ann Mantis .x-T Judith McKinney .x-" Lawrence Newberry .- Tina Roland - Anita Schlegal . Kathleen Smith T Patricia Wertman X" Mary-Lynn Zimmerman . First Marking Period X Second Marking Period - Third Marking Period " Fourth Marking Period We come to school to learn many things. Our minds are inculcated by our teachers in the fields of science, litera- ture, language, and the arts. But there is one art which cannot be taught, it must be gathered from the roadside of the pathway of life like a bunch of wild flowers. This is the art of living. This art encompasses the relationship between man and man, man and nature, and between man and God. lt is the latter facet of the art of living, a man's rela- tion to his God, that is brought to the student through the baccalaureate service, as a prelude to his graduation. Reverend Clyde Frye, pastor of Bethany Lutheran Church, con- ducts the service with great dignity. The members of the class of 1963 stand in reverence Graduation is the end of an epoch in a young person's life. Before him lies the next segment of his life, and it is a vast land of mystery to him who stands on its perimeter. To elucidate the proper path to follow a man must look to the godly men and sages of the past, inspired by-the Creator, who also stood on the fringe, yet took the proper road through their own lands of mystery in their own life. They believed in God, and through this belief, they came to have faith in them- selves. To inspire us similarly, the Revs. Frederick Sterner, pastor of Trinity United Church of Christ, and Clyde Frye, pastor of Bethany Lutheran Church conducted the Baccalaureate Service on Sunday, June 2, 1963, assisted by Mrs. J. M. Unger, organist. Reverend Sterner delivered a sermon entitled "1988" which drove home with stark realism some of the pitfalls to be encountered if we stray from the straight path. The and white gowns, listened be learned, and showed participants in the service Y-Teens. 152 Class of 1963, attired in red attentively to the lessons to its thanks by inviting the to a tea, prepared by the OF SERVICE Reverend Frederick Sterner, pastor of Trinity United Church of Christ, delivers words of great portent to the graduating class. Wearing the unfamiliar garb of the graduate, the class of 1963 prepares to enter the auditorium for the Baccaiuareate Service. V I53 Graduation Ends an Epoch a THE AUDIENCE AS WELL AS THE SENIORS LISTEN ATTENTIVELY TO ROGER AUMAN AS HE DELIVERS HIS ORATION. With a dignity perhaps stemming from the awe in which we had looked to the future with Commencement in mind, the class of 'I963 assembled on June 4, 1963, at 8:00 P. M. to be graduated from Mount Penn High School. The ceremony befitted the honors that were to be bestowed. After an invocation delivered by the Rev- erend D. U. Drunkenmiller, of Faith Lutheran Church, the seniors hear three of their own ranks speak on the subiect, "Need We Fear the Future?" Lawrence Newberry, Roger Auman and Edmund Goll articulated many of the hidden uncertainties of contemporary life and showed how they might be overcome. Following their orations, the main address was delivered by Dr. H. Clau-de Hardy, dtirector of public relations at Hartwick College. He described the role we seniors must play in the development of our society. Then, when the last echoes of the address had died away, Mr. Rothenberger came 'forward to announce the names off the gra-duatintg seniors as Mr. Wal- ter Williams, Vice-President of the Board of Education, presented the diplomas themselves. After the presentation of individual awards to Roger Auman and Lawrence Newberry, it was all over. 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Roger Auman Edmund Otto Goll Daniel J. Goroff Judith Carol McKinney Lawrence Stewart Newberry Tina Caryl Roland Anita Lou Schlegel Judith Patricia Witman PatriciaaA. Wertman Mary-Lynn Zimmerman "' lTen top-ranking students over a three-year cumulative periodjv. 4 Award Assembl onducted At Mount Penn. H igh, Sehoolm An Award Assembly, which ushers in the graduation period in the Mount Penn-Lower Al- sace Joint School District, was held On May 15 in Mount Penn High School when out- standing pupils were honored. The assembly was in charge of William l. Purnell, assistant to Emerson N. Rothenberger, principal of the school. Awards were made as fol- lows: Gregg Post, American Legion, medal for honor, cour- age, scholarship, leadership and service, to Dianne Davis and ,Dennis Stephen, presented by Richard K. Giles, Mount Penn Senior Woman's Club medals, to junior high students for good citizenship, to Brenda Keller and Andrew Shapiro, presented by Mrs. L. D. Fio- rini, Key Club award, seventh grade boy displaying outstand- ing qualities in adjustment from elementary to junior high, to David Zissa, presented by Daniel Goroff. Qualities Recognized Y-Teens award, seventh grade girl displaying outstanding qual- ities in adjustment from ele- mentary to junior high. to Kar- en Moore, presented by Karen I. il Armstrong, Mount Benn Senior Woman's Club S100 scholarship, senior for all around ability, to Hannah Spayd, presented by Mrs. L. D. Fiorini, Mount Penn Junior Woman's Club, silver bracelet, senior girl showing most outstanding leadership in organizations, to Anita Schlegel, presented by Mrs. Jean Loeper. Mount Penn Civic Assn., sen- ior high students, to Lawrence Newberry, English, Roger Au- man, mathematics: Roger Au- man, science, Edmund Goll, German, Wanda Reese, French, and Gary Epstein, history, pre- sented by Bernard U. Gerhart. Berks County Trust Co., cash award, outstanding commercial student, to Judith McKinney, presented by Paul S. Reinsel, Mount Penn Fire Co., cash awards, pupils outstanding in service, to Marilyn Hotzman, James Bodenheimer, Faye Az- zolina, Joan Edwards and Kath- leen Smith, presented by Fred P. Winne Jr., Mount Penn Fire Co. Ladies Auxiliary, cash awards, outstanding pupils, to Robert Buck, shop, Lora Sny- der, English, Judith McKinney, shorthand, Judith Eidam, typ- ing, Judith McKinney, typing, l I -.,..l...---v - ---- -- -- -- ---if l C presented by Mrs. Frank T. Reichert. Sertoma Club Industrial Arts Fair awards, to Dennis Boyer, Richard Herbst, Douglas Miller, Leroy Yoder, Richard Riggs, Bruce Hershock and Robert Henrich, presented by Russell C. Lutz Sr., Class of 1948 cash award, outstanding record, Ju- dith McKinney, presented by Mrs. George Reitz, Chiarelli Bros. trophy, instrumental mu- sic ability, to Richard Stover, presented by John Fick, Wit- tich music award, ,outstanding in instrumental music ability, to Darrell Matz, presented by Carl Wittich, Sharman music trophy, outstanding instrumen- tal music ability, to Michael Roland, presented by Lester Yeager, Bausch and Lomb sci- ence award, to Roger Auman, Earl Cassel certificate and med- al, outstanding student in mod- ern languages, to Edmund Goll, presented by Mrs. Helene E. Ott, Historical Society of Berks County, certificate and member- ship, student excelling in social studies, to Lawrence Newberry, presented by William I. Pur- nell, Howard Heller athletic trophy, outstanding athlete, to Armand Cohen, presented by L. Richard Bierly. Class of 1956 cash award, senior doing the most with his ability, to Daniel Flannery, pre- sented by Harlan Cohen, Mount Penn High School PTA cash award, youths giving most serv- ice to school, to Jon Schwoyer and Merry Fleicher, presented by Mrs. Edward Godshall, Mount Penn Rotary Club c-ash award, youth displaying great- est qualities of leadership, to. Roger Auman, presented by Webster Painter, Mount Penn Teachers Assn., S100 scholar- ship, senior preparing for teach- ing profession, to Sandra Kolb, presented by Allen Schutt. Mathematics Winner Mathematical Society of America, pin, pupil scoring high- est in National Mathematics Tests, Roger Auman, presented by Nevin S. Matz, John Philip Sousa Band award, desk piece, pin, certificate, for outstanding qualities in musicianship, to Darrell Matz, presented by Les- ter Yeager, Zeswitz music tro- phy, outstanding in instrumen- tal music ability, to Susan Bos- cov, presented by Yeager, Girls Leader Corps trophy, outstand- ing in field of athletics, to Faye Azzolina, presented by Anita Geiger. I56 l i i l i l 1 4 t l l l i l l l l i l i l l l Girls Leader Corps trophy, outstanding qualities in serv- ice and leadership, to Sharon Meyers, presented by Miss Geiger, DAR Good Citizen pin and certificate, outstanding senior girl in history, to Anita Schlegel, presented by Purnell, DAR Homemaker's pin, out- standing pupil in home eco- nomics, to Hannah Spayd, pre- sented by Mary E. Moore, American L e g i o n Auxiliary medals, outstanding pupils of eighth grade, Susan Tice and Todd Zimmerman, presented by Mrs. Percy Murphy. Sludenl Finalislii Are lnlerviewed Five finalists in the "out- standing business student" con- -test of the Reading chapter,I National Office Managementl Assn., were interviewed by a three-member panel Monday ini the Wyomissing branch off Peoples Trust City Bank. Q Interviewed were Eliz- abeth Beck, Pottsgrove High School, Pottstown, Beth Gobltas, Governor Mifflin ioint High School, , Shillingt n, Carol Gries, l Exeter, Township High Q School, Judith McKinney, i Mount Penn-Lower Alsace Joint High -School, and Donna Weirich, Conrad Weiser Area High School, , l near Robesonia. i c The five girls are seniors enrolled in business educationi courses. Panelists were E. Prescott Hills, Kenneth W. Ganser and Frederick Anderson. The win- . ner of the contest will be ,an- nounced at an Education Night session next Tuesday at 6:30 o'c1ock in the Wyomissing Club. I 1962 Be-Teen Winners Meet Madame Helena Rubinstein On Recent Trip to N.Y.C. Miss Sandra Scholwin of Reading High Schoolancl Miss Hannah Spaycl of Mount Penn High School were guests of Mme. Rubinstein and received coits in her New York Salon, The girls also visited AGR, Carleiie, and Eden Roc - all Jr. dress manufacturers, "l7" Magazine and other places of interest in the fash- ion worlcl during their three-day New York trip. Kauffman, Donald M' L. Browny Second Sharon A. Meyers, J Helms, Kathleen Ann Hannah Spayd, Darr Howard M. Hafetz, Fifth Row, Jane L. V Suzanne M. Youse, Williams, Sixth Row, Fleisher, Jeffrey J. Bowman, Linda S. Me t i i r r THE MEMBERS OF MT .I tj?-A 'YP' .PENN'S GRADUATING CLASS OF 1963 are-First Row, l. to r., Judith Ann Miller, Daniel O. Goroff, Charlotte L. rtin, Sandra L. Kolb, Daniel R. Flannery, Faye C. Azzolina, Edmund O. Goll, JoAnn Stoner, Michael E. Zickler, Bonnie ow, Barry J. Kasper, Nancy R. Hafetz, Charles H. Anderton, Carol Ann Levin, Bruce S. Kasper, Edward E. Messer, Jr., hn Roger Auman, Patricia A. Killion, Jon N. Schwoyerp Third Row, Mark H. Goldberg, Judith L. Williamson, Robert W. ' ' - ' J h H. Schach, Jr., Smith, Gregory A. Clark, Sharon L. Lord, Carol Ann Schildt, David A. Smethers, Mary Lynn Zimmerman, o n ll N. Matz, Fourth Row, Judith P. Witman, Lawrence S. Newberry, Janice E. Hill, Thomas A. Becker, Karen L. Stephan, ter Michael Mavrides Tina C Roland Robert William Glover Nancy Ann Heller, James H. Tice, Patricia Ann Wertman, A t Lo Schle el, e I ' I I Ialter, John Robert Knoll, Judith Mary Eidam, Peter Y. Wolfe, Elaine C. Edwards, Joel W. Houser, nia u g ohn L. Reber, Judith Carol McKinney, Edward R. Godshall, Lynda Jane Miller, James Martin Bodenheime.', Trudy Ann Maria E Savino, Armand Cohen, Ann-Louise Salathe, A. Michael Rachlin, Wanda J. Reese, Robert L. Buck, Merry L. A E M t' A. Lee llackson, Leroy R. Yoder, Marilyn R. Hotzman, Scott L. Yoder, Lora L. Snyder, Jack M. Krichmar, nn . an ls, ser. I ' l57 L lf' We Will Remember . . . Mt. Penn Alma Mater CTune-"Far Above Cayuga's Water" Proudly waves old Mt. Pen'n'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. l58 7 From thy halls, dear Alma Mater We at length must part, But thy mem'ry shall not perish From a student's heart. Far away on life's broad highway All shall fortune try: Still our loving heart shall cherish Thoughts of Mount Penn High! l tl s- ,kt r xlltl' Hill , iff ,Qty 'flu J 3 lla j tts ill' ll ll ll l f l t K l , S l l s s ll slrnfsstazglifr: t l A 3 f 1 1 l - . S 1 , , t A : -we l'fW?j"5Bt2r.itW?'2lQg'5'4tiffYtt5'!tf'rt2tJt1'?f4awryQ1tcWL'C:'rli'-:gh'l'gg:g4:'v5ttl5'ffl' "L' f -films:-fsrrw :ra-fr ww rt my gr-5 it.tr,tuty-g,,-i-ru -7 -, , wr---rl '7,- 5- W- -1 tl r-,Ht f-f-w . 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Electrical Contracting Electric Heat Television PAUL R. ESHELMAN Sales NORGE Service Q Appliances l07 North 23rcl Street MT. PENN' 'Phone 374-7855 Selfezu Z ea. JOHN T. RITTER Tailors I30 North Fitth Street Reading. Pa. No. 3 I74 PQ IVI I: F? CDY'S -Alimb BELLEAIR Cradlecraft Applimcls. T. V. S Slam 'fgilghigg and ngusmlg NMS linens, Domeslics, Rugs his and Inhnls Nseds Look For These Famous Brands These Famous Names Sold Exclu- Sold in Fine Stores Coast To Coast m sively By Pomeroy's In Reading. When You Shop Pomeroy's For OUAUN Tested And Verified By Nationwide Value and Dependable Quality Laboratories for Superior Quality ' KENTFIELD MILLAY llgdon FLEETWING Mun's :nd Boys' Clothing Womurs Fashions and Accassnfins 5UdIli5l5ll'l'llI1l BiCyGllHI1d Svvfiihl 5004! TERSU HOW'S Reading's Bes+ Liked S'I'ore Headquarieirs 'For Ladies' and CI1iIdren's Beau+i'FuI WEARING APPAREL 404-406 PENN ST. READING. PENNA. 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Thru Fri. 8 a.m. 'lo 6:25 p.m. Sai. 8 a.m. 'lo 5 p.m. Dial 373- I 846 MM Ladies' Tailor and Furrier l32 Norfh FiHh Sfreel' Reading, Pennsylvania IBACH'S Spor'I'ing Goods S+ore I9l'h and Woodvale Ave. Phone 372-8722 WEL-WEAR SHOP Ladies' and Children's Wear 45 Norfh 23rd Slreel' 372-7933 SCHAEFF ER DRY GOODS Fabrics of All Descriplions 352 Penn S+. 372-6882 THE COLONY SHOP 549-55l Penn S+ree+ Reading, Pennsylvania Now Three Greal' Siores lllHlSlWlIlmll Temple Down'I'own Shilling+on 5+h S+ree+ Highway 8l2 Penn Slreef 840 Wesi' Lancas+er Pike mi CompIimenI's of VICKI'S BEAUTY SHOP I430 Friedensburg Road S+ony Creek Phone 372-5357 GEORGE'S BARBERSHOP 23rd and Granf SI'reeI's Mounf Penn CompIimenI's of KLEIN'S GULF STATION ADDESSO SHOE SERVICE Keep your foofwear in good shape by bring- ing Ihem here for repairs. FuII soling our specialfy. We carry a fuII Iine of shoe care suppiies. 2I S. 23rd ST. MT. PENN CompIimen'I's of BIXLER'S LODGE Com pIimenI's of PENN TELE- RADIO, INC. NEIN BROS. RED ROSE FEEDS 2236 PerIciomen Ave. MI. Penn Smari' Feminine Apparel Ki ns Corner 5'rh ancI Penn Reading, Pa. PAUL E. HECK Disiinciive Funeral and Wedding Arrangemenis Also Readings Creafor of Real as Well as Ariificial Designs and Arrangemenis of Flowers Corsages 'For All Occasions Cafering Service Serving You 24 Hours Daily MARGIE FLANNERY'S SLENDERIZING SALON 905 Penn S+. Reading, Pa. Call 376-2545 for AppoinI'men+ Lei' Us Help You 'ro Reduce and Have BeH'er HeaI'rI1 WIII1 Gyro and MacLevy Reducing Tables Call FR 4-3049 or SP 7-OIO4 SPeCIIICMiF::ETneIEeducIn9 . I 26'3 Perklomen Ave' SI'eam Ba+hs Hand Massage iVI'I'. Penn, Pa. Also Sun Lamps DAVID CRYSTAL, INC. One of America's Foremosf Manufadurers Ladies' Tailored GarmenI's RETAIL STORE . . . I3+I'1 and Rosemoni' Blvd. Open daily 9 a.m. +o 5 p.m. Telephone 375-5689 READING, PENNSYLVANIA Bes+ Wishes +o +I1e Class J. C. MUMMA, INC. of '964 QUALITY JEWELERS CELEBRATING OUR 44TI-I YEAR RICHARD I. HART Insurance Agency 6I9 Penn SI' Reading 5I4 Franklin S+ree'I Reading, Pennsylvania Your Wonderful Music S+a1'ion WRFY - FM 102.5 MC MT. PENN, PA. CRAMP FUNERAL HOME CENTRE AVENUE AT SPRING STREET CRYSTAL RESTAURANT 537-547 Penn Square "The New Anniversary Room and Garden Room" I79 DEB FASHIONS 8I3 Penn S+ree+ Reading, Pa. For Teens Juniors 6 'Io I4 5 To I5 HAGMAYER'S STORE 633 N. 25+II S+. Complimenfs Pennside, Reading, Pa. of READING ALUMINUM CO. D?gEYCIIgE2II1?ON EIEEIIETING CARDS W' READING' PA' FOR ENTIRE FAMILY CompIimen+s of CompIImenIs of WIDE AWAKE JERE L. GABRIELLE Ar is -Wri er SHIRT co., INC. MTSIPQNNIIPAI Besi' Wishes To I-he Class of '64 ARTHUR J. SASSAMAN STATE FARM INSURANCE I80 the gw that only YOU can give. . .YUUR PHOTOGRAPH hifiwffs PENN SQUARE. READING, PA. For those who take great pride in you, there is no more appreciated gyft than your photograph. Come to your Ojicial Photographer when you need distinguished portraits to give on memorable oecasions l8l JAKE'S SANDWICH SHOP 232 Carsonia Avenue MI. Penn Phone: 373-9452 THE COMPLETE VARIETY STORE ANYTHING AND EVERYTHING Hours Daily and Sunday 7 a.m. 'Io I2 MicInigI1I' Big S+ore Wi+h 'Ihe LII-He FronI' I82 'DEAL noMlNlc's FORMAL WEAR BARBER Rentals 209 N. 6th Street 372-446l Congratulations, Graduates From the MT. PENN FIRE COMPANY CLOTHES TREE 904 P Wyomissing, Pa. CL,LJE. .. READING 6 A nv enn VENUS . . . BOB, DOUG, GEORGE JEAN 41 I83 i Four+I1 and Penn S+ree Home of CHIARELLI BROTHERS , Music AND APPLIANCES ' 7HBIo'Qf'1fee+ IS. Reading, Pa. Parking Free Reading, Pa. Dowmown I'I1e HAMMOND ORGAN While We Wash or Lubrica+e REFINED SERVICE AT if 1 , 1ZwlfiifginhiIiS4L'1ii,wfHiw . -mm' zyfwi rf?,wfi'is:5im5 iv 1,1 ii iris pair: , I I - - wifi' f,xZ'i3ihI1f' 1, - I ' . Al. 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Bes+ Wishes +o Ihe GracIua+ing Class From LOWER ALSACE BENEFICIAL ASSOCIATION and COMMUNITY VOLUNTEER FIRE COMPANY OF LOWER ALSACE TOWNSHIP I85 SPA NG AND SHERK Prompt and Efficient Servicing of Your Insurance Problems 230 Norih Fiffh Sheer Reading, Pa. Phone 376-7484 I86 READY IVIUNEY. .. A Loan Plan for the man who may never need to borrow f ,f e :12 ,EE When you open a Ready Money Account at Berks 'Irust it is for future borrowing-for money you may need next week, next year, or maybe never. Ready Money is an emergency fund of cash you draw on whenever you wish, wherever you are, simply by writ- ing out a Ready Money check. The cost is only one percent per month on the amount used, and only unti1,it is repaid-from the day you write the check to the day you repay. Visit one of Berks Trust's twelve offices, or call 376- 6811, the Ready Money Department, for full information about the advantages to you of a Ready Money Account. BERKS COUNTY TRUST 12 UFFIBES - 16 DRIVE-IN WINDUWS Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation I87 A Friend 1Acl1 pp. 168, 191 Adam, Mary Ellen, pp. 64, 97, 101, 112, 113, 117 Addesso Shoe Service 1Ad1, p. 177 Alberts, Sidney, p. 45 Albright, John, pp. 59, 113 Albright, Waynette, pp. 63, 88, 97, 117, 124 Alma Mater, p. 158 Alter, Susan, pp. 28, 51, 108 Anderton, Charles H., PP- 146, 157 Andre, Charles, p. 49 Armstrong, Ed lAd1, p. 167 Armstrong, Karen, pp. 64, 93, 96, 101, 102, 103, 108, 109, 130 Art Department, p. 34 Assistant to the High School Principal, p. 15 Auchenbach, Richard, pp. 51, 129 Audio-Visual Aids Club, p. 116 Augustine, Kathleen, pp. 49, 115 Aulenbach, Mr. Arthur, p. 18 Auman, Barbara, pp. 63, 88, 93, 96, 101, 103, 106, 124, 130, 132, 133 Auman, John Roger, pp. 150, 154, 157 Auman, Susan, pp. 59, 103, 112, 113 Auto Beauty Shop 1Ad1, p. 184 Awards-Class of 1963, p. 156 Azzolina, Mrs. Angela, p. 16 Azzolina, Faye C., PP. 151, 157 Babczak, Dianne, pp. 55, 103, 124, Bobczak, Eileen, pp. 58, 102, 103, 130, 141, 143 Babczak, Janice, p. 48 Baccalaureate-Class of 1963, pp. 152, 153 141 124, Bach, Kathi, pp. 124, 130, 141 Backer, Eric, p. 56 Baer, Fredrick, p. 59 Baerwald, Alfred, p. 64 Boerwald, Rita, pp. 64, 103 501133 lhgfid, pp. 26, 58, 100, 103, Balsbaugh, Sara, p. 56 Balthaser, Earl, pp. 65, 88, 97, 105 125, 129 , 11 EXGI1 Boscov, Susan, pp. 66, 88, 96, 100 123, 101, 133 Bowers Photo Service lAd1, p. 168 Bowl-O-Rama, lnc. 1Ad1, p. 172 Bowman, A. Lee, pp. 146, 157 Boyd, Sandy, p. 67 Boyer, Dennis, pp. 67, BB, 93, 97, 138 Boyer, Kathleen, pp. 52, 115 Boyer, Terrance, p. 46 Boys' Leader Corps, p. 125 Boys' Varsity Basketball, pp. 134, 135 136, 137 Brader, JoAnn, pp, 27, 67, 87, 96 103, 109, 118 Breitagam, Susan, pp. 16, 46, 114 119 Breitegam, Robert, pp. 30, 45 Brickel, Viola, p. 56 Bricker, Diane, pp. 52, 141 Brooks, Phyllis, pp. 38, 49, 115 Brooks, Robert, p. 56 Brown, Alan, p. 46 Brown, Bonnie L., pp. 151, 157 Brown, Mrs. Eleanor, pp. 36, 117 1 1 , 1 Brown, James, pp. 52, 139 Brown, Janet, pp. 67, 102, 103, 124. 130, 140, 141 Brown, Lisa, p. 45 Bruno Furs, 1Ad1, p. 167 Bruton, Margaret, pp. 45, 108 Bryland Institute 1Ad1, p. 167 Buck, Mollie, pp. 59, 103, 112, 113 Buck, Robert L., p. 157 Bundens, Dennis, p. 46 Bundens, Larry, p. 48 Bus Driver, p. 18 Business Department, pp. 22-23 Business Manager, p. 18 Butler, Byler's Kathleen, p. 52 1Ad1, p. 184 Cacoosing Dairy 1Ad1, p. 173 Cafeteria Staff, p. 16 Campbell Insurance Agency 1Ad1, p. 172 Campbell, Roger, pp. 63, 87, 89, 119 106, , 123 Campitelli, George, pp. 59, 112 Cataldo, Sharon, pp. 45, 114 Chairelli Brothers 1Ad1, p. 184 Bard, Susan, pp. 50, 52, 115 Barnes, Hattie, pp. 46, 114 Barr, Pamela, pp. 17, 65, 96, 101 103, 124 Bartle, Mr. Glenn, pp. 30, 134, 136 Batastinl, Geary, pp. 41, 46 Bauma n, Richard M., mai, p. 166 Becker, Allen, p. 52 Becker, Kathleen, pp. 49, 115 Becker, Marilyn, p. 45 Becker, Robert, pp. 146, 157 Becker, Thomas A., pp. 151, 157 Bender, Charles, pp. 50, 105, 116, 125 Benson Jeweler, 1Ad1, p. 169 Berks Co. Trust Co. o. 187 Bertolet, Deborah, pp. 38, 49, 115 Bertolet, J. Used Cars lAd1, p. 165 Bertolet, Vicky, pp. 130, 131 Bierly, Mr. Richard, p. 29 Biffle, Cheryl, PP. 48, 115 Biffel, Ronald, pp. 52, 139 Bildstein, Johnannas, p. 52 Billinger, Kathy, pp. 51, 118 Bissell, Barbara, p. 52 Bissell, Dennis, p. 46 Bissell, Fredrick, p. 49 Bissell, Leslie, p. 65 Bixler's Lodge 1Ad1, p, 177 Bixler, Michael, p. 65 Blanck, Lewis, pp. 33, 48 Blass, David, p. 51 Blass, Jeffrey, pp. 66, 96, 105 Blatt, R0ndUlPl1, pp. 66, 119, 123 Blum, Tom, pp. 40, 66 Blum, William, pp. 52, 139 Blumberg, Alan, pp. 46, 114 Blumberg, Andrea, pp. 26, 58, 103 106, 109, 141 Blvmbers, Susan. pp. 51, 108, 124, 133 Board of Education, pp, 10.11 Boas Carl 1Ad1, p. 169 Bodgnheimer, James Martin, pp. 151, 7 Boettcher, Gary, pp, 46, 114 Boettcher, Robert, pp. 52, 123, 125 Bolton, Christie, pp. 45, 115 Borden , Jack, pp. 46, 114 BOSCOV, James, pp. 51, 1oo, 119, 123 129 Chpyleie Cambria's Barbershop lAd1, p, Christman, Roland, pp. 56, 101, 125 Clark, Gregory A., pp: 146, 157 Clothes Tree lAd1, p. 183 Clothier, Donna, pp. 54, 56, 103, 120 Cohen, Armand, pp. 146, 157 Cohen, Jan, pp. 48, 55, 100 Cohen, Randy, pp. 30, 55, 106, 107 Coldren, Catherine, p. 49 Coldren, Grace, p. 56 Colonial Life Insurance Co. lAd1, p. 164 Colony Shop 1Ad1, p. 176 Color Guard, P- 120 Commencement-Class of 1963, pp. 150-154 Constein, Dr. Carl, p, 12, 150' 151 Constein, Mrs. Carl F., p. 151 Corita Shop, 1Ad1, p. 167 Cvygi, Adfll, Pp.'58, 103, 109, 121, Cramp Funeral Home fAd1, p. 179 Crum, Donna, pp. 49, 115 David Crystal, lnc. 1Ad1, p, 173 Crystal Restaurant 1Ad1, p. 179 Cunnius, Miss Jane, pp. 32, 102, 106 Curry, Byron, p. 56 Custoclians, p. 19 Cutler, Barbara, pp. 51, 123 Damario, Edward, p. 51 Dance Band, p. 119 Daniels, Deborah, p. 45 Dautrich, John, pp. 37, 55, 125 Davis, Dianne, pp. 30, 55, 102, 103, 106, 124, 130 Davis, Mr. Elmer, Jr. p. 11 Davis, Herbert, pp. 58, 125, 129 Deach, Dr. Robert, p. 17 Deach, Stephen, pp. 48, 118 Deb Fashions lAd1, p. 180 Debating Team, p. 107 Dedication, pp. 6-7 DeHaven, Cynthia, p. 51 Delewski, Lauren, pp. 68, 112, 113, 117 DeLong, Ronald, p. 56 Il'SCtOI' Deutsch, Dennis, pp. 58, 105, 106, 107, 118 Deutsch, Francine, pp. 55, 103, 106, 107, 109, 124, 130, 141 Diamond, Barry, pp. 52, 101 Diamond, Eric, pp. 46, 108 Diamond, Miriam, pp. 68, 106, 109 Diamond, Scott, pp. 46, 108 Diefenderfer, D. B. 1Ad1, p. 162 Dieffenbach, Cathrine, pp. 45, 100, 114 Dieffenbach, Robert, p. 48 Director of Athletics, p. 16 Dominic's Barbershop 1Ad1, p. 183 Dowling, Marcia, pp. 58, 103, 117 Driver Training, p. 34 Drumheller, John, p. 52 Druschel, Carol, p. 49 Dufner, Richard, p. 59 Dutner, Robert, pp. 51, 129 Dunitz, Joan, pp. 108, 124 Ecker, Joan, pp. 52, 141 Edith ancl Edna Florists 1Adl, p. 168 Edmunds, Sharon, pp. 52, 120 Edsall, Mrs. Geraldine 1Howard1 pp. 26, 57, 146 Edsall, Mr. Howard, p. 146 Edwards, Elaine C., pp. 150, 157 Edwards, Joan, pp. 58, 101, 103, 106, 109, 124, 130, 132, 133 Eichborn, Stephen, p. 51 Eidam, John, pp. 55, 125 Eidam, Judith Mary, p. 157 Eighth Grade Officers, p. 47 Eight-one and two, p. 48 Eight-three and four, p. 49 Eisele, Brian, p. 45 Eleventh Grade Officers, p. 57 Eleven one and twa, p. 58 Eleven-three and four, p. 59 Eligman, Donald, p. 45 Eligman, Robert, p. 52 Eltonhead, Joan, pp. 45, 114, 119 English Department, pp. 24-25 Ennis, Judith, pp. 36, 55, 103, 106 Ensslen, Mary, pp. 55, 100, 103, 106 109, 124, 130, 133 Ensslen, Richard, pp. 46, 114 Epler, Dennis, p. 48 Epstein, Fran, pp. 33, 47, 48, 108 Epstein, Gary, pp. 68, 88, 93, 101, 106, 108, 109, 134, 136 Erlbaum, Eric, pp. 58, 95, 119, 123 Erlbaum, Sheila, pp. 26, 35, 108, 114, 124 Ermold, Bonnie, pp. 46, 114 Ermold, Marlin, p. 55 Ernst, Alan, p. 52 Ernst, Beverly, pp. 24, 68, 97, 112 Eshbach, JoAnn, pp. 59, 103, 112 Eshbach, Sharon, pp. 24, 54, 56, 103 Eshlman, Paul R. 1Acl1, p. 174 Ewpig, Halmut, p. 48 Evans, Beverly, pp. 69, 112, 113, 117 Evans, Roger, pp. 49, 118 Evans, Stephanie, pp. 22, 69, 102, 103, 106, 124, 130 Evans, Susan, p. 52 Faranda, Paul, p. 51 Farina, Maria, pp. 52, 101, 115 Fawber, Judith, pp. 46, 115 Fawber, Robert, pp. 125, 129 Fawcett, Fred, pp. 37, 59, 113 Fawcett, James, p. 52 Ferko, Lawrence, p. 48 Fetterolf, Paul, p. 56 Fick, Daniel, pp. 59, 113 Fields Garage 1Ad1, p. 171 Fink, Maurice, p. 45 Flannery, Daniel R., pp. 151, 157 Margie Flannery's Salon lAd1, p, 178 Fleisher, Merry L., p. 151, 157 Forester, John, pp. 59, 123 Forester, Thomas, pp. 45, 119 Foreword, pp. 4-5 Franco, Dennis, p. 69 Franco, Stephen, p. 49 Frankhouser, Susan, pp. 58, 103, 109, 120 Fritz, Susan, pp. 69, 103, 123, 130, 141 Frye, Rev. Clyde, p. 152 Frymoyer, Robert, pp. 24, 70, 112, 125 Furillo, Carl, pp. 49, 115 Furillo, Judith, p. 49 Future Business Leaders of America, p. 112 Future Merchants of America, p. 113 Future Teachers of America, p. 111. Gabrielle, Jere L. 1AdJ, p. 150 Gallagher, Mrs. Dorothy, pp. 40, 151 Gantert, Michael, p. 56 Gaynor, Leonard 1Acl1, p. 185 Geiger, Miss Anita, pp. 38, 130, 141 Geiger, Jane, pp. 45, 115 Geiger, Lynn, pp. 57, 58, 100, 101, 103, 106, 109, 124, 130, 132, 133 George's Barbershop 1Ad1, p. 177 Gerhard, Jeffrey, pp. 49, 115 Gerhart, Karen, p. 46 Getz, Mark, pp. 56, 123 Gibson and Sanders 1Ad1, p. 184 Gilbert, James, p. 51 Gilbert, Sally, p. 55 Giles 1Ad1, p, 184 Girls' Leader Corps, p. 124 Girls' Varsity Basketball, pp. 140, 141, 142, 143 Glauner, Judith, pp. 58, 103, 106, 107, 109 Glover, Robert William, pp. 150, 157 Gockley, Connie, pp. 46, 114 Gockley, James, p. 49 Godshall, Bruce, pp. 16, 39, 49, 115 Godshall, Edward R., pp. 148, 157 Godshall, Glenn, p. 59 Gold, Esther, p. 45 Goldberg, Mark H., pp. 148, 157 Goldberg, Marsha, p. 70 Goll, Edmund O., PP. 150, 157 Goroff, Daniel O., p. 157 Grahn, Mr. Donald E., pp. 11, 148 Greenberg, Gary, p. 45 Greenberg, Linda, pp. 55, 103, 106, 109, 120 Greenberg, Redge, pp. 51, 129 Greenberg, Vicky, pp. 45, 115 Greth, Diane, pp. 51, 118 Griffith, Donna, pp. 59, 103, 124 Griffith, Rose, pp. 55, 103, 121 Grossman, Leslie, pp. 45, 115 Guidance Counselor, p. 14 Guinther, Sandra, pp. 49, 115 Gutekunst, Kathleen, p. 51 Haag, Mr. Robert G., pp. 25, 151 Haag, Mrs. Robert, G., pp. 22, 97, 151 Haas, Rosemary, pp. 58, 106, 117 Hadesty, Clara, p. 58 Hadesty, Holly, pp. 55, 103, 106 Hafer's Gas Station, 1Ad1, p. 175 Hafer, Linda, pp. 59, 103, 124 . 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