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

 - Class of 1977

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Y . 442 4.-1 Mi .4 QV,,,-,AVsVV,..,,-,.-In-,.f'g Vw,-...,1x.-, mg ,.,,,.,, .- , . 1f'ig Vw,--.-A-V..-mmm Q mv. .mg-vf.., -. V 4, ,V f.. ,.. A 2311 AQ 'ENMZwwe:-9Ef4FP'? Q32,3fg,w?cgQ SVW .GV :r 'KP ': :if K DIREC TOR9 The new face in Mt. Penn's administration is actually a familiar one to most students. Mr. Orlando, the new athletic director and disciplinarian, is working hard, along with Mr. DiGiacomo, to help the students solve their many problems and fulfill their needs. , ' 1 N. ,ww s 2 U gg- -Y X K '1 , UPPER RIGHT: Mr. DiGiacOmO CENTER RIGHT: Mr. Orlando LOWER RIGHT: Mr. DiGiacomo LEFT: Mr. Cox, Guidance 14 M r Q i 3: QQ mai-awww ,ng .,- . if -,z 1 as ss if r rs lr " KM" Tmnwww V . r .-.M ni :QA I A.A, ,, I fi fax RXF ,,,. .. . -.x......-vggg 26:1 V. ,f . rf .W ,,, R . ff "Lf ,- V . " g f .V T W ' I M , fr j QA H asan f,' - , .O ,,, - VW" ii: 1 T "wk: '- V K N rf' y wl- . Rf :gf T ' T f .Q 'Y ,," T... J .,, Q 's fy T' ,.'- - f O , ' ,R , g . , , KM X R . -J".Q.' , 'R ms Q. y Q 4 3- 5 . nw Q. E -,Jw Q3 TOP: Mrs. Wiuich CENTER LEFT: Mrs. Sload CENTER RIGHT: Mrs. Pfahl BOTTOM: Mrs. Boarder I5 The nurse, librarian and driver instructor are vital parts of our high school. The services performed by these people are indispen- sable. mm, ,W ffm fl f sig " I ' - xl ,,., ,-Wf- is F? QN,..r:t.,gR,s,?Qqwg Queen-rwm-SHI? swwt UPPER RIGHT: Mrs. Haag CENTER LEFT: Mr. Kmm CENTER RIGHT: Mrs. Auchter 9' -viv- O High in importance is the study of ourselves and the physical world around us. Through health we learn all the wonders of the human body, while in other sciences we study our environs. UPPER LEFT MISS Luckenbach CENTER LEFT Miss Brobst CENTER RIGHT Miss Geiger LOWER LEFT Mr Becker LOWER RIGHT Mr Ranck It was obvious that the English Department put a lot of effort into improving its curriculum for the 1976-77 year. By adding the mandatory Composition, Grammar, and Vocabulary course, the students were given a final opportunity to polish that aspect of their education before graduating. i mm UPPER RIGHT: Mr. Haag CENTER LEFT: Mr. Brossman CENTER RIGHT: MI. Orlando LOWER RIGHT: Mr. Segro 36 Z My T if " H Q 1? ' rg Qi! K lam: I Lg- QQ! Mui 'HV' Mt. Penn's History Department was as active as ever this year. It sponsored many extra-curricular functions which benefited the students. The courthouse trip and the mock election are just two of them. at. -, T f xxx' , w. . L '....x.Q+ X fy .kgii RW, .ygxilkss sms xfx ff get an xv, I 'W "' 'Jizz L s if- M 2 ' ' .4 ' if-ff. nl wvww if-, v N -,H -sw ,, -M .-.-.., , ' ,jf S ' L "" 1 :fn . . W QYJ' ff'F"' "ra W 'S U "dR7'Qr:' 05' 32? R .tazuxxitvi W f is 3 at t . W t 6 3 T , X fi. A 1, at W 'T I ". ukfifiqslf :N 9 3' JH Gish UPPER LEFT: Mr. Choyka CENTER LEFT: Mr. Dengler CENTER RIGHT: Mr. Wheeler LOWER LEFT: Miss Cunnius RIGHT: Mr. Fegley UPPER LEFT: Mr. Strickler LOWER LEFT: Mr. Hamilton S: . The Mt. Penn Math department has gone out of its way to help students in 1977. The teachers came in to help students prepare for the college board tests. They have sustained their usual high standards by instituting a spe- cial senior calculus course as well as its com- puter programming classes. 22 UPPER RIGHT: Mr, Ruch LOWER LEFT: Mrs. Gormley LOWER RIGHT: Mr. Minter UPPER LEFT: Mrs. Fellman The Pine arts department has undergone quite a few changes in curriculum this year. Mrs. Gorm- ley, whom we all remember from grade school, and Mr. Minter have done many fine things to improve their art department. Mr. Ruch and Mrs. Fellman have, of course, kept up the usual high standards of Mt. 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' g is 1 ff N55 is amxclgrgj A TE gf-1 .-Ras".-34:2 3: , ...aff 1. - , -L fm-J . , , Q i-51" I K' " 'M' a.'?fq5:4-wi'-5233 a -f - ':-AE ,xv ilk 4 x 419 ',m-'vV-'QNw-I2r- -'-f- Wgf .4 - H vw.-r A " WM, - .4 ah.-... .Mu 'D-,,a,,5, 1 f N 0?-si P gd M. , my I-P' mi, C, ,.-. f 3 W'-,. X -4 gui, fa.-3 W Mfg, 5 4 JWQS. 69, NEB? s-,c:a.:j.--.':-Qa-Z-'- -""' .' mf- ..--r-aw: 4-.Q -Q .T Q K , , , ., . " 3' ' - f Nfl -- -- - " -A252 .- Q A ,.. MSL Xv1 xx , -L 1 -5553352 f ie 1 .aa -4 1 5 1 QW- x -, Q w M55-?-'im-.,.,L DMM ,.A .M',,3wQQ1f?S'f itfasg wagggf qz .. . W . ,f H . u,..,..i,g,. .,,, . ., 0.J.,.,,v. . - EY -3562 f 7 jd' Q A w .Nr - - -x--niggaz-v "ff -54' Q-'55 gw . z..5gg43ag3y,.gfE3"j45,1: We . W- f - ggi. M3 1 pw: . - Q i X x naw. THE SUPPORTING CAST FIRST ROW: P. Sandy, T Walk, J. Seifert, H. Schoen J. Wise, T. Schear, J. Wes- cott. SECOND ROW: T. Sol- ley, J. Sweeny, P. Shields, R Saft, L. Werner, P. Seidel, L Seitz, L. Shefter. THIRD ROW: S. Wittich, D. Spengler, E Schwartz, I. Sperling, E Singer, P. Ryan, S. Readinger I. Schwartz, M. Swavely, R Townsend, F. Segal. Freshmen Off fo a Graaf Qfarf This year's Freshman class plunged into a full slate of activities with zeal and enthusiasm. Their spirit and determination has given them one of the finest starts a class has had in many community will be proud of l if years. Without a doubt, this is a class our it FIRST ROW: I. Frangakis, D. Gasser, R. Fritz, S. Eckenroth B. Frantz, R. McCormick, R. Essig. SECOND ROW: D. Faust I. Hartline, L. Frederick, C. Flamm, R. Heim, D. Frymoyer D. Hamilton, M. Hertz. THIRD ROW: D. Gretrost, S. Hollen bach, R. Kerschner, S. Heffner, M. Eckel, M. Ford. J . j K .. ,Mr X. . , ' ',VV 'A L V ZZV A L - ZVQ f 5. I It ROW ONE: B. DeGeorge, S. Demby, M. Both, D. Clay, I. Alexan der, C. Binkley, B. Berger. ROW TWO: C. Clark, J. DeA1'1ge1is, D DeFrees, K. Bemder, E. Boarder, P. Berstler, J. Bender, D. Ciesin ski. ROW THREE: L. Apgar, R. DeFrees, J. Bates, C. DeGeorge, R Cooling, S. Barlet, P. Churan, B. Clouser. R QQ, W -f-as.,, V,,.. A ,, , , I , , FIRST ROW: C. McLaughlin. I. Mundell, K. Lorah, K. Kauffman, I. Haltom, S. Pacifico, A. Marrella. SECOND ROW: M. Lucas, C. Martin, D. Iimski, N. Mazzo, R. Gross, J. Martin, A. Moser, J. Rothrauff. THIRD ROW: B. Maurer, D. Monahan, R. Poole, C. Lawrence, G. Pacharis, M. McCaw, D. Miezkowski, J. Newcomer, K. Mell, R. Ludgate, A. Leifer. ABSENT: D. Sands. u - 9329 31 Qophs Excel in '77 FIRST ROW: M. Lorah, J. Har- ris, B. Levin, M. Lojec, C. Hartenstein, D. Grubb. SEC- OND ROW: L. Landis, D. Her- zog. N. Iimski, D. Gettis, L. Ludwig, S. Krause, P. Heck, K. Gerhart. THIRD ROW: S. Lucas, M. Heck, K. Johnson, R. Helms, K. Hartman, W. Hammel. ABSENT: D. Hilte- beitel. D. Levengood, J. Lis, T. Griffith, H. Holt. Under the guidance of Mr. Dengler the sopho- mores have had many successful activities. The class is forging ahead under the direction of class officers Gary Tyrrell, Presidentg Jay Safir, Vice-Presidentg Debbie Hutchison, Secretaryg and Terry Walk, Treasurer. Among the activi- ties the sophomores sponsored were the 2nd annual foul shooting contest and other fund-rais- ing events. So watch out Mount Penn, the class of '79 is on the move! 32 gf' 00108 FIRST ROW: I. Schein, K. Ryan, S. Nguyen, L. Myers, D Nonnon, A. Mom, V. Pacifico. SECOND ROW: S. Sauer, I Morroson, J. Morrisseue, T. Nordhoy, A. Pingitore, J. Safir F. Nyhuis. THIRD ROW: T. Rhein, W. Rankin, C. Modricker E, .Q S. Oswald, H. Schenzenbach, J. Reed, M. Miller. NX X. H. Berman, R. Davis, J. Bastian, K. Binkley, D Dewald, G. Barlle. ROW 2: B. Bernoler, B. Cronan R. Bright, R. Curry. ROW 3: B. Davis, C. Enselen D. De Turck, K. Carter, M. Chafey, C. Ciesinski S. Fessler, K. Deunich, K. Baer, A. Enoch, N Elliot. 34 TOP: FIRST ROW: P. Schreiber, K. Seitz, M. Werner, V Seifrit, B. Steigerwalt, I. Seidel. SECOND ROW: G. Spar K. Seidel, T. Walk, B. Seidel, G. Tyrrell, T. Stuber THIRD ROW: M. Speck, S. Stech, D. Schilling, G. Shu man, A. Shefter, R. Szurgot, A. Stewart. ABSENT: K Wright. CENTER: V. Kolevas, B. Readinger, J. Nissley, N. Zebert D. Hudock, D. Hutcheson, T. Griffith, D. Woods. SEC OND ROW: P. Baily, J. Buono, I. Lis, R. Ehst, I. Sockel T. Formando, J. Strunack, I. Peifer. THIRD ROW: L. Yoc hum, M. I-Ialtom, S. Grabowski, T. Ritter, G. Sweitzer R. Brensinger, S. Detrich, B. Swindon, B. Ray. Junior Class - Hof on fhe Trail The Juniors, with Mr. Fegely as class advisor, have had a very active year. Under the leadership of Karen Young as President, and other class offi- cers: Marianne Strauss - Vice-Presidentg Mike Rhoads - Treasurer: and Bonnie Knabbs - Secre- tary, the Juniors have shown their spirit and inspired the other classes. The Junior Class held the first open dance of the year and has organized other activities including playnights, sandwich sales, and a Las Vegas Night. Yes, the Juniors are hot on the trail of an active and inspiring senior year. 36 r FIRST ROW: R. Hawk, C Kercher, J. Hoellman, T Kauffman, D. Grant, B Hoverter. SECOND ROW: R. Fletcher, D. Kasparities K. Frymoyer, M. Johnson R. Frantz, D. Gerbino, G Franco, S. Hamaker THIRD ROW: N. Karsigian nis, B. Gilbert. D. Franco S. Hotzman, D. Hull, D Kiedeisch, L. Jimski. S 37 FIRST ROW: C. Culp, D. Farina, D. Ennis, P. Bil- linger, V. Calabria, S. Balentine. SECOND ROW: C. Bertolet, W. Eich, D. Blankenbiller, S. Benes, L. Berger, T. Dreher. THIRD ROW: A. DeGeorge, S. Clark. N. Bingamin, G. Bonda, M. Davidowski, J. DeB1asse. 38 Ewen 4 ig: f 1 Q 1 I A sg ffz , Q 1' V A MH. iii I! fi I, f 5 Q2 Ei. , " 7? O: . :. A2554 'auf ,CLJAW T ...4 J...-1 TOP: FIRST ROW: L. Poole, W. Readinger, A. Koch. T. Nowak J. Miller. ROW 2: L. Lubas, H. Merritt, J. Martin, B. Knabb, K Ravel, D. Maggazzu, J. Lynch. ROW 3: B. Myers, T. Pankowski D. Parese, G. Koch, D. Porcaro, T. Lucas, D. Kulp. CENTER: FIRST ROW: B. Shupp, R. Hallorn, L. Haas, P. Trout man, K. Werner. ROW 2: R. Clay, T. Walck, M. Ray, F McCormick, K. Steiggerwah, T. Weikel. R. Yenser, R. Sfingas ROW 3: C. Groh, N. Maori, G. Rhein, B. Lutz, S. Gehris, C Sandi, G. Reimauer, M. Henry. 39 FIRST ROW: K. Young, D. Rutt, L. Snyder, I. Salino, E. Schwartz, T. Walk. SECOND ROW: E Shaver, S. Seifrit, S. Shade, S Wolfe, R. Schickler, B. Roth THIRD ROW: M. Rhoads, M. San- tee, E. Seidel, A. Thompson, S. Rooney, J. Skrincosky, J. Reed. ,, Q X.-aff'-' '4'-i'-.Q M 40 I i ,"5'-'V fi. -'sf' in v " x EA X W x A LEFT TO RIGHT: W. Palombaro, S. Shurr, W. Hoffmaster, D. Kurtz, D. Reitenauer, D. Jett, J. Levan, T. Faust, S. Portner, Mrs . Stein . W, Mp... t Tw . K 5 - . ' 55 1 xl .f , is XNQN I f1:Q,N.?:,:, K . 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Yg-.fl-wi? f I sg:--,M . f wg?,g,Q,415Q-Q-?-,,,-ggsisggg,-1,----45Qh,,,,fgQg4-,EQ 5 Q N gm , l I ' U W Wx Wi V : f V i 3, If ff ,,,, Q- - - Y 2 ' l 1- W , 5 gg Q Vyll ' :Q -JL-M-6' A - , WW gf fvf. Q X -W ' f gi? ---, - gg. ,g H-Hd -if -- - ' V DP Y N'-- - H ' ' -- W- . f V -N : ' -E ' ' Q. K 'J W - my-M , 4 W, "' 1- ., Wa V 1 X - 2 I A --:vwffsgggaaaf,-.gjggw i , ZOEANN ZIELINSKI "Zoe" President . . . little but mighty . . . 1976 Junior Miss Representative . . . enjoys horse- back riding . . . fun to be with . . . dancer . . . plans to go into business administration . . . Zoe will surely suc- ceed. ,sv-A .Mi "J A -. LISA ANN MUNDELL "Lisa" Secretary . . . pleasant to be around . . . great sense of humor . . . peppy cheerleader . . . enjoys talking, along with swim- ming and hiking . . . hopes to become a secretary or teacher in the future . JAMES NICHOLAS PACE "Jim" Vice President . . . good looking . . . suave and easy going . . . pleasant personality . . . enjoys music, sports and traveling . . . co-captain of this years basketball team . . . plans to attend college where he will undoubtedly succeed . EDWARD I. BABCZAK "Bubba" Treasurer . . . fun to be with . . . class treasurer . . . enjoys silk screening and fire fight- ing . . . hopes to become a painter or a fireman in the future . BARBARA LYNN ADAMS "Barb" . . . very energetic . . . unmistakea- ble laugh . . . represented Mt. Penn as Pomeroys Be Teen . . . also an active member of the school band . . . Barb wishes to pursue a career in fashion design. KATHY ANN BALENTINE "Kathy" . . . friday . . . pretty . . . really made something of herself at MPI-IS . . . likes horseback riding . . . great Greek dancer . . . good luck to Kathy in the field of fashion merchandising. KEITH FRANK BACKER "Keith" . . . one of the capable and respectable editors of this years' Penn Alma . . . well liked by all his classmates and is a friend to all . . . hobbies include elec- tronics, music, and food . . . in the future , Keith would like to attend college and study law . N yt s .TENIFER LYNN BILSKI "Jeni" . . . cosmetology student at Vo-Tech . . . hopes to further education as a hairdresser . . . enjoys crochet, paint- ing, and cooking . . . participated in Mt. Penn's chorus and band front. DORIAN SUZANNE BROWN "Dori' ' . . . also served as editor of the Penn Alma . . . has been extremely active throughout her high school years . . . has received honor after honor in her activities . . . Dori's personality will enable her to succeed in whatever she may undertake . RODNEY CARROLL "Buzzy" . . . a welcome addition to Mt. Penn this year . . . wherever there is action, that's where you'll find Buzz . . . after high school, Buzz would like to become an oil burner technician. CI-IERYL LYNN BUKOWSKI "Cherie" . . . one of the more outspoken of the class . . . is a member of both band and chorus, as well as National Honor Society . . . likes to sew and do needle-work . . . sees herself as a journalist in the future. MARY ELLEN CLOUSER "Mare" . . . excellent student . . . likes to- bike and hike . . . active participant in both band and chorus . . . always there with a happy smile . . . president of National Honor Society . . . hopes to become a marine biologist. DEBORAH LYNN DAVIS "Deb" . . . our little actress . . . well on her way to fame and fortune . . . known for her beautiful smile and good word . . . always where the action is . . . active in many organizations in and out of M.P.H.S .... We know Deb will uti- lize her varied talents in achieving suc- cess. STEPHEN W. DAVIS "Lefty" . . . class clown . . . likes all sports . . . beachbum . . . varsity baseball player . . . plans to work after high school . . . good luck to Steve in what- ever he pursues. GALE FAY DAVIS "Gale" . . . you can't miss her long hair . . . quiet on the outside, but outgoing at heart . . . very active in many outside youth activities . . . never a dull moment with Gale . . . We wish Gale much happiness . DIANE LYNN DCTURK "Turk" . . . fun loving . . . energetic . . . actively participates in M.P.H.S. sports as well as other school activities . . . President of French Club . . . enjoys tennis, skiing, and golf . . . hopes to further her career in nursing. MICHELL DIEDRA DeTURCK "Miche1l" . . . quiet on the outside . . . really quite a character . . . outgoing . . . involved in many school activities . . . we wish Michell luck in either fashion or secretarial work. STEPHEN THOMAS FAUST "Steve" . . . shy . . .friendly . . . conscien- tious worker . . . enjoys model build- ing, model railroading, along with karate . . . much success will come Steve's way in the field of instrument technology. JAMES DUFFY Jim" . . . suave guy . . . usually seen with the gang . . . mischievous . . . enjoys sports . . . easy going . . . desires to become a mixologist in the future . ,K K KATHLEEN FOLGA "Kathy" . . . a real sweety . . . always seen with a big smile . . . enjoys bowling and knitting . . . never without a jigsaw puzzle in the works . . . best of luck to Kathy in all her pursuits. I AMES A . FORD "Henry" DOUG FOX . . . warm . . . friendly . . . great "Doug" McCartney imitations . . . big Phillies . . . fun-loving . . . can be often seen and Flyers fan . . . great sportsman in his blue Maverick . . . all around . . . we know "Henry" will do well in nice guy . . . Doug has the ability to go college. far. I F , K JAN FRANCO JILL LOUISE FRANKHOUSER llJanll lljillll . . . pretty . . .one of the Franco clan . . . one of our class beauties . . . . . . always with a cheerful smile . . . quiet . . . fun personality . . . cheer- pleasant to talk to . . . good luck to Ian leader . . . enjoys dancing and ice skat- in whatever she pursues. ing . . . Jill hopes to enter the field of speech pathology . KURT CARL FREDERICK "Fred" . . . tall . . . sports car freak . . . lifeguard . . . enjoys fishing . . . a band man . . . much luck to Kurt in the field of ocean engineering, or navy architecture . EILEEN MARIE GALLAGHER "Eileen" . . . pretty . . . soft spoken . . . likes cooking . . . bike rider . . . plans to be a beautician in the future. EDWARD IOSEPH FROMUTH 1 lEdl I . . . Blonde blue eyed . . . tennis and soccer enthusiast . . . all sportsman . . . easy going personality . . . Ed plans to attend college after high school. SUSAN MARIE GALVIN "Sue" . . . tall and mysterious . . . pleasant to talk to . . . enjoys riding horses . . . VICA member . . . Sue wishes to enter the field of nursing. ROSALIE ANN GETTIS "Boris" . . . a real sweety . . . full of laughs . . . bowler. . . hockey player . . . never a dull moment with Rosalie around . . . success will surely find her in the future. ARON MITCHELL GROSS "Mitch" . . . great to be around . . . real inter- est in others . . . active in school and out . . . Mitch wishes to continue his education in college. LORI BETH GOODWIN "Lori Beth" . . . extremely soft-spoken . . . loves dancing . . . walks . . . involved in many school activities . . . plays . . . much luck to Lori Beth in her secretarial career. STEVEN THOMAS GRUBB "Grubbie" . . . acharacter . . .photo head . . . good guitar player . . . band and chorus member . . . good luck to Steve in the music business. DAVID EDWARD HALTOM "David" . . . somewhat shy . . . vo-tech stu- dent . . . interests include working with cars and basketball . . . hopes to get into auto body work in the future. KIM LOUISE I-IARTMAN "Kim" . . . extra friendly . . . enjoys many activities such as playing the piano, bowling, and going to the movies . . . served as secretary of F.T.A. and Vice president of F.S.A .... wishes to go into teaching . WILLIAM ROBERT HARRIS "Bil1" . . . came to us in 9th grade . . . easy to get along with . . . full of "facts" . . . enjoys photography and writing Haiku in his leisure . . . participant of U.N. and French club . . . wishes to enter the field of law in the future . ZANDRA MARGIE HERTZ "Sandy" . . . full of laughs and surprises . . . a friend to all . . . spends a lot of time dieting and talking . . . enjoys Israeli dancing . . . sees herself as a dentist in the future. LYNNE ANN HERZOG "Lynne" . . . friendly personality . . . beautiful eyes . . . has participated in practically every activity from cheerleading and hockey to band and student council . . . enjoys sewing and cooking . . . wants to become a seamstress and homemaker. DONNA HORNING "Smiley" . . . great bowler . . . pretty blonde hair . . . enjoys swimming, horses, and cars . . . active in school activities . . . Donna will surely succeed in life. DAVID LEE HOLLENBACH "Dave" . . . always spreading "good cheer" . . . possesses a tremendous sense of humor . . . practices karate . . . interested in welding as a career for him- self. JACQUES IACOBSON "Strap" . . . all around great guy . . . flaming red hair . . . good student . . . phan- tom announcer . . . enjoys sports . . . active participant in all clubs . . . serves as president of Science club and vice-president of Honor Society . . . hopes to go into computer science. DENNIS KARAHALIAS "Denny" . . . Greek . . . distinct giggle . . . easy to talk to . . . works at Arner's . . . enjoys guitar and swimming . . . after high school plans to work. DANIEL KENNETH KERNER "Dan" . . . one of the taller of the class . . . enjoys tennis, bowling, and collecting records . . . devoted member of Mt. Penn's bowling team . . . hopes to become an air conditioner and heater mechanic. SCOTT MICHAEL KELLER "Scott" . . . friendly and fun loving . . . has a particular interest in various languages, coins, and different types of music . . . active member of both U.N. and French club . . . Scott would like to become a teacher. STEVEN JOHN KIEDEISCH "Steve" . . . very quiet . . . can be seen eating his lunch in his maroon Mustang everyday . . . enjoys working with engines, espe- cially those of motorcycles and cars . . . has no future plans. ROBERT SAMUEL KITCHENOFF "Kitch" STANLEY KEITH KLEMPKE . . . one of the best looking in the class "Stosh" . . . outgoing personality . . . interests . . . the man . . . big and tough . . . include all sports, as well as traveling constantly kidding around . . . usually and attending conventions . . . serves as seen with Scott . . . very original wrist editor of the Penn Post . . . wishes to watch . . . relatively easy to get along enter the field of communications in the with . . . Stosh . . . has no future future . plans . E I V 'T it 'Ki " ' f ' 1 3. .4 ., .- t ir . A 'is . J , A .I nf '. ' t E ' ' . - ,, . t tan, t to if - CYNTHIA DIANE KOCH DEBRA ANN KRAUSE "Cindy" "Debbie" . . . attractive . . . friendly . . . . . . who says good things don't come in very active in school organizations . . . small packages . . . usually seen with enjoys photography, skiing, and sailing Garth . . . enjoys bowling and sewing in . . . hopes to further her interests by her spare time . . . sees marriage and studying photography in college. possibly secretarial work in her future. GREGORY SCOTT KULP "Kulpy" . . . usually seen driving his 67 mustang . . . easy to get along with . . . all- county soccer player . . . enjoys hunting and weight lifting . . . is entering the Coast Guard after graduation. DAVID JOHN LEINBACH "Dave" . . . super friendly guy played basket- ball for Mt. Penn in '7th, 8th, and 10th grades . . . developed interests in skiing and hiking . . . uncertain about his future . . . but we wish him the best of luck. SCOTT BRIAN LANDIS "Dribble Head" . . . good looking . . . easily recog- nized by his blonde hair . . . fun to talk to . . . always goofing around . . . good basketball player . . . drives a nice car . . . has no definite plans for his future. CALVIN LEINBACH "Cal" . . . fun-loving . . . easy to get along with . . . one of the "mountain boys" . . . enjoys rnotorcycling . . . best of luck to Cal in the future. BETH ELAINE LGVAN "Beth" . . . seldom heard speaking, but when she does, she comes across as a warm and friendly person . . . enjoys sewing, run- ning, and gardening . . . has decided on a very interesting career for herself . . . Beth wants to become a horticulturist. GEORGE ROBERT LONABERGER "Bud" . . . one of the smaller of the class . . . a winning personality . . . usually seen standing around the halls . . . enjoys sports and listening to music . . . hopes to become a carpenter in the future. CHERYL LYNN LCVAN "Tates" . . . whenever there's a laugh to be had, it's usually someway related to Che- ryl's cute giggle . . . enjoys speed boat- ing, riding, and concerts . . . hopes to enter the field of education in the future . M0 TRACY ANN MARCHIONE "Trace" . . . can work miracles with her peppy personality . . . listed favorite hobbies as acting strange and hiking in the woods . . . Tracy would like to be an airline stewardess in the future . DAVID MARTIN "Dave" . . . loves them cigarettes . . . tall and thin . . . nice guy . . . good luck to Dave in whatever he does. 'wvhunf TIMOTHY E. MCKINNEY "Tibber" . . . easily recognized by his curly blond hair . . . carefree . . . expresses an interest in Volkswagens . . . hopes to enter the field of forest technology. CHARLES A. MCCAW "Fish" . . . good basketball player . . . takes everything in stride . . . helpful . . . Chuck will surely be successful in all his endeavors. I I IODIE M. MICI-IEWICZ "Jodie" . . . easily recognized not only by her personality, but by her voice . . . excellent participant of many girls sports teams . . . member of MPHS band . . . Jodie would like to go into physical edu- cation and recreation. TONI LEE MILLER HT.. . . . twinkling eyes to match her per- sonality . . . always willing to lend a hand . . . originator and president of this years FTA . . . enjoys modeling and Streisand . . . expresses an interest in elementary education in regards to her future. DEAN STEWART MONAHAN "Dizzy" . . . often called dizzy short and blonde . . . baseball player . . . enjoys music, hunting and motorcycles . . . is currently undecided about his future. MARK ANTHONY MODANO "Mark" . . . has made quite a contribution to MPHS throughout the years . . . always around when one needs him . . . active member of Genesius Theater . . . stu- dent directed Mr. Penn's school play . . . hopes to go into business adminis- tration in the future . JUDY LEE MULLEN "Judy" . . . shy smile . . . member of FTA, pep club, and chorus . . . hobbies include reading and pottery . . . future plans are to become a social wprker. KARLA ANNE ZINS "Karla" . . . pretty and petite . . . member of V.I.C.A .... great sense of humor . . . Karla hopes to become a dental assistant after high school. TERRY LYNN MURRAY "Terry" . . . vo-tech girl . . . studies dental assistance . . . serves as vo-tech repre- sentative for M.P .... one of the warmest, most open members of the class . . . enjoys skating, movie going, and mall-walking . . . hopes to go into nursing. ROBERT MURRAY ' 'Bob' ' . . . big joker . . . all around nice guy . . . good luck to Bob in the future. AMY JEAN NEIDER .. Amy.. . . . comes across as being shy and quiet . . . but actually has a strong personal- ity . . . very good with a pen and pen- cil, in both writing and drawing . . . enjoys the guitar and hiking . . . plans to travel to California after high school. BRENDA JEAN NISSLEY "Brenda" . . . pleasant to be around . . . good student . . . enjoys hiking, backpack- ing, and animals . . . is a six year member of MPHS chorus . . . member of drama club . . . hopes to become a veterinarian in the future . PATRICK SCOTT ODUM "Pat" . . . bleached blonde hair . . . rela- tively quiet . . . enjoys spending time bike riding, as well as beer can collect- ing . . . a vo-tech student . . . Pat is undecided about his future . MARIANNE ELIZABETH NOWAK ' 'Marianne' ' . . . pretty blonde hair . . . sweet dis- position . . . excellent student . . . enjoys ice skating and tennis . . . active member of both Y-Teens and chorus . . . serves as National Honor Society secretary . . . undecided about future. PETER CHRIS ODUM "Pete" . . . great beer can enthusiast . . . enjoys motorcycle riding . . . great per- sonality . . . success will surely be found by Pete. EGAN SHAWN O'REILLY "Igin" . . . what a character? . . . enjoys driving everyone crazy . . . very active in activities such as school plays, U.N. club, Penn Alma staff, and serves as Sec. and Treas. of the drama club . . . plans to go into ministry. DANIEL IAMES OSWELL "Dan" . . . goofy sense of humor . . . fun to be with . . . all around nice guy . . . hobbies include sand painting, movies, and spending money . . . participates in chorus, audio visual aides, and drama club . . . hopes to study theater. WILLIAM OSWALD "Bill" . . . fun loving . . . all around nice guy . . . good luck to Bill in the future . - H:-.gv:g:S?PI5t' T?-iirivif " '- Q ,2,,:.1:, .bs A5,ggjf:g...'. 1 . - .: E- :ff A 1 f - .'..:a,fg51g,sg ps., t,t,t a . I ,S.... .gf.5gi,ilPfC+ufe fT5f5 L - f- ffiw-1f??5fi?iiS'32i-Q :f '.,' 2525. if ,t-1. . .- . . .... slwsszsv-af - Y ,. .. . . .. -.ifmiig-W,,e'3 4 f"f s..i4.1s ,. ....,s,.t:vEz J: - fwf- .:. V- , - ,vw -,:: fQz,e:-rf: - , ,,..,,.3..,. .,,,..,t , - .A ..t, . ,-,ami I i .. wNf:223fiiis2:w1,'2" ' 'ffQziiiifpfslfsx::9s:3EwfiS:I:: ' .1 , - i JAMES NICHOLAS PACE "lim" . . . good looking . . . easy going . . . pleasant personality . . . enjoys music, sports and traveling . . . captain of the basketball team vice-president of the Senior class plans to attend college. CO KIMBERLEE KAY PALM "Kim" . . . relatively soft spoken . . . mem- ber of Junior Varsity cheerleading squad . . . enjoys roller-skating and cruising . . . member of F.S.A .... partici- pant of the chorus . . . hopes to become a secretary in the future . EDYTHE A. POLLACK "Edye" . . . academic business student . . . distinct giggle . . . usually seen with Chris . . . hobbies include stock car races, needlepoint, and Bill . . . hopes to become a receptionist in the future also sees marriage as a possibility. CRAIG S. PATTERSON "Craig" . . . soft spoken . . . member of the Penn Alma staff . . . enjoys coin col- lecting, astrology, biking, and hiking . . . plans to enter the Air Force after high school. I MICHAEL L. REIST "Mike" . . . sweet guy . . . enjoys magic, sleeping and sports . . . participates in many intramural sports such as gymnas- tics, wrestling and bowling . . . mem- ber of the boys leader corps . . . plans to enter the Coast Guard after graduation. MICHAEL W. REISIG "Mike" . . . Fireman . . . Elvis . . . great personality . . . always friendly . . . stage crew member . . . girl chaser . . . enjoys camping and travel . . . for the future we wish Mike luck as a car- penter. WILLIAM T. RICHARDS "Bi1l" . . . friendly to talk to . . . changes cars every other month . . . enjoys parades, basketball games, vans and sports . . . participates in intramurals . . . member of the boys leader corps . . . is undecided about his future. LCRI ANN RITTER "Critter" . . . sweet as sugar . . . cute giggle . . great to have a good time with . . . active participant in girl's sports . . . enjoys horseback riding, parties, art and dancing among other things . . . hopes to go into the Navy in the future . ZH-' by it of V50 feel lf MICHELLE ROBITZER "Shelly" . . . pretty face . . . popular . . . active in school activities . . . cheer- leader . . . we wish Shelly the best in her career as a beautician, she will surely put her talent to good use . DANA I. ROMICH "M6IV" . . . tall and handsome . . . joke cracker . . . very active in both golf and basketball . . . enjoys music and all sports . . . plans to work after high school. ALAN IOEL ROSENTHAL I I All I . . . a very large guy . . . giant feet . . . cuddly looking . . . great person- ality . . . helpful . . . shows a keen interest in photography . . . we wish the best of luck to Al in everything. EDWARD DAVID ROTHRAUFF "Roche" . . . really has it together . . . easy to get along with . . . his hobbies include the three "r's" . . . not readin', wri- tin', and 'rithmetic . . . but ro11in', rockin' and ramblin' . . . plans to go into management and marketing in the future. BRETT L. SANDS . . . shy but sweet . . . fuzzy Ccurlyb hair . . . enjoys magic, matchpack col- lecting, bike-riding and listening to records . . . member of band, chorus and Penn Post staff . . . sees himself as an architect in the future . MICHAEL ARLEN SAUER "Mike" . . . big brown eyes . . . somewhat quiet . . . enjoys motorcycling and con- certs . . . hopes to become an electri- cian later in life . L . U W. t- -"..1,',1 DARLA JEAN SCHERRER "Peanuts" . . . quiet with a pleasing personality . . . usually find her in the third floor business hall . . . enjoys collecting rocks, stamps and coins . . . hopes her future holds some traveling for her. CHRISTINE M. SCHILLING "Chris" . . . among the well dressed . . . fun to talk to . . . enjoys nature hikes and demolition derby driving. i 2 ROBERT A. SEITZ "Seitz" . . . good looking . . . great personal- ity . . . friend to all . . . enjoys crui- sin', cyclin', sports, and going to St. Peters Village . . . Bob's Favorite day of the week is Monday . . . good luck to Bob in aviation. GARTH RAYMOND SHANNON "Durp" . . . goes by "Durp" . . . good looking . . . usually seen with Deb . . . enjoys cars and bowling . . . pleasant personal- ity . . . vo-tech student . . . hopes to become a painter in the future. DONNA M. SHEARER "Donna" . . . a more quiet type of individual . . . but sweet . . . enjoys sewing, bike riding, camping, and listening to music . . . hopes to further her educa- tion in the field of radiology. ANN VALERIE SHAY "Ann" . . . McDona1d's employee . . . enjoys sewing and listening to Elton John . . . six year member of both band and chorus . . . treasurer of the National Honor Society . . . hopes to become a nurse anesthetist in her future . FRANK D. SHOWALTER "Feote" . . . goes by Feote . . . can often be seen at Bowl-O-Rama . . . enjoys sports . . . member of both the bowling and baseball teams . . . unsure about his future. BETH AMY SINGER "Bether" . . . what she lacks in height she makes up for in personality . . . full of wit KATHY ANN SHADE . . . enjoys dancing, singing, acting, "Shadey" and shopping . . . very active in high . . . nice girl . . . great personality school . . . vice president of pep club . . . good luck to Kathy in her recent . . . plans to go into fashion merchan- marriage . dising . ,ef"""Pk , V 2 .52 A - A V .V.V,,, t S rats e t N-rf: DONNA K. SPATZ LINDA LEIGH STECH "Donna" "Lin" . . . liked by all . . . pretty eyes . . . terrific sense of humor . . . . . . enjoys talking, parties, and riding blonde . . . enjoys water skiing, piano, around . . . participates in both Y- friends, parties, and listening to albums Teens and French club . . . Donna hopes . . . member of French club . . . to become a detective in the future. attends vo-tech . . . hopes to become a dental hygienist later in life . BARRY LEE STEIN "Barry" . . . a spitfire personality . . . full of wit and charm . . . president of student council . . . all-county soccer . . . captain of the varsity basketball team . . . enjoys motorcycling and out of town excursions . . . plans to study medicine at college. ,jf a fx-1 JANET ANN STRAUSE "Janet" . . . attractive . . . nice smile . . . excellent student . . . enjoys sewing, swimming, working at lakes and parties . . . vo-tech representative for student council . . . hopes to become a fashion designer in the future. LISA ANN STEIN "Lisa" . . . usually seen with Charlie and her radio . . . distinct laugh . . . enjoys listening to music, playing volleyball, crocheting, and BBG . . . member of the softball team and chorus . . . hopes to be a veterinarian assistant in the future. P ,rt 3 JEFFREY CHARLES SWARTZ "Jeff" . . . tall, dark and . . . enjoys racing motorcycles, sports, and looking for pie . . . active member of the baseball team . . . 3 year member of V.I.C.A. hopes to go into plumbing and heating after high school. MARIAN SWEENEY "Marian" . . . distinct giggle . . . member of both pep club and chorus . . . enjoys reading and music . . . hopes to enter the field of nursing in the future. js-lfi FRED ALLEN SWOPE "Fred" . . . the other half . . . part of the gang . . . vo-tech student . . . soccer player . . . enjoys motorcycling . . . nice to talk to . . . Fred hopes to become a hardware magnate in the future. DAVID THOMAS SWOPE "Dave" . . . the first half of the twins . . . a vo-tech student . . . enjoys beer can collecting, coin collecting and motorcy- cling . . . employed ar Arners . . . plans to enter the Navy after high school. RONALD ANDREW SZURGOT II "Ron" . . . quiet . . . good student . . . great dancer . . . makes big hit at sock hops and spirit days . . . member of band . . . treasurer of French club . . . enjoys music and C.A.P .... hopes to attend college and major in psychology. JEFFREY SCOTT WANNER "Flea" . . . Flea . . . quick to classes . . . very quiet enjoys bowling, bumper pool . . . member of the baseball team . . . hopes to serve the lord in the future . RANDALL LOUIS WISWESSER "Wissy" . . . "Wissy" . . . mischievious . . . nice personality . . . enjoys go-carting and beer can collecting . . . not to mention goofing around in school . . . member of V.I.C.A .... sees himself as a mechanic in the future. SHELLY LYNN WASSERMAN "She11y" . . . nice smile . . . pleasing person- ality . . . enjoys reading, writing, sew- ing, shopping, and talking . . . member of French club . . . president of Y- Teens . . . will definitely leave an imprint on Mt. Penn High School . . . hopes to attend college and go into psy- chology. X' , CARLYN ELIZABETH WITTICH "Carn" . . . great personality . . . absolutely hysterical to be with . . . enjoys skiing, tennis, music, basketball, and hockey . . . active member of French club, and gir1's sports . . . goes by "Carlise Pile Soo Woo Wittich" . . . is undecided about her future . IO ANN WOODS "Josie" . . . sweet disposition towards every- body . . . somewhat quiet . . . enjoys crocheting, singing, and arts and crafts . . . member of V.I.C.A .... plans to become a registered nurse in the future. A f,:. . 'Qi W rv IANE ELIZABETH YODER "Jane" . . . liked by all . . . great to have a good time with . . . always smiling . . . active participant in all sports, enjoys skiing, swimming, and collecting glass animals . . . involved in many school activities . . . plans to go into physical therapy. ARTHUR WILLIAM YERGER IR. "Choke" . . . tall. . . enjoys fishing, electron- ics, tennis, painting, photography, pigeon breeding, and archery . . . active member of band stage crew . . . hopes to go into forestry or management in the future. 'Wk .-ff' Q fx, i n sg - Q. kg 'Uri '.5'if53 Sli? .,-I W ,va-.f,i-isiirititf i 4553, .,., W ,, g tn, KATHLEEN L. ZEBERT "Tut" . . . red head . . . quiet, but friendly . . . enjoys reading, hiking, and writing poetry . . . active participant in chorus and band front . . . hopes to enter the field of forestry in the future . KARLA ZINS - page 61 BARBARA ADAMS: 805 Car- sonsia Ave. , Pennside. MEM- ORIES: Biology and Bally- baby: Pep rallies: dead body in the cellar: all night par- ties: Spinny's elevator. Band 7-12: Chorus 7, 12: F.T.A. 12: French Club 9, 10, 11: Y- Teens 10, 11, 12: Pep Club 10, 11, 12: Mountainer 12: B-Teen 12. EDWARD BABCZAK: 29 Wil- son Ave., Stony Creek. Class Treasurer 12: Executive Board 11, 12: Bowling 9, 10, 11: J.H. Baseball 8. KEITH BACKER: 706 Byram St., Pennside. MEMORIES: The shore and the "turnpike turnaround": last day of school 1975: the "Doggy": Oh Gawdl: bent x's and y's: Sugar Free carpet: Ed P. French Club 9-12: Penn Alma Staff 11: Penn Alma Editor 12: Penn Post Staff 9, 12: Stu- dent Council 7-12: Student Council School Board Repre- sentative 12: Century III Essay Contest 12: Chairman 1976 Election Committee 12. KATHY BALENTINE: 35 But- ter Lane, Mt. Penn. MEMO- RIES: Berb: Bio class: Tina and Gloria: "How y'al doin?": The Birthday Party: My Surprise Birthday Party: Tiger and Fish: Pep Rallies - Brizek. Varsity Cheerleading 12: Chorus 7-12: F.T.A. 12: French Club 8-12: Usherettes 11, 12: Y-Teens 9, 10, 11. 12: Color Guard Captain 11: Pep Club 11, 12: Prom Com- mittee 11, 12. JENNIFER BILSKI: 14 S. 20th St., Mt. Penn. Chorus 8: Band Front 11. DORIAN BROWN: 207 Endlich Ave., Mt. Penn. MEMORIES: "Harry": Italian Sandwich sales: sniff: behind the rock: krypton: Ed. P. County Band 8, 9, 11, 12: Band 7-12: Tennis 8-12: Captain 11, 12: J.V. Basketball 9, 10: Class Play 8: Drama Club 10. 12: French Club 9-12, Vice-Pres- ident 12: National Honor Society 11, 12: Penn Alma Editor 12: Penn Post Staff 10, 11: U.N. Club 10, 11, 12: District Band 11, 12: Regional Band 11: County All-Star Tennis Team 11, 12: Voice of Democracy Contest 12. RODNEY CARROLL: 850 Car- sonia Ave. , Pennside. GALE DAVIS: 610 Penndale Ave., Pennside. MEMORIES: BBYO: Basketball games: you're nurdling. DEBORAH DAVIS: 2101 High- land Ave., Mt. Penn. MEM- ORIES: locking car keys and inside cars: running out of gas at intersection: play practices and Mr. Segro: cabin: shore: Billy Joel and Barry Manilow concerts. Hockey 9, Manager 11: J.V. Cheerleading Cap- tain l0, 11: School Play 11, 12: Lvrama Club 10, 11, 12: Y-Teens Executive Board 10, 11. 12:F.T.A. 10.12: Leader Corps 10, 11: Penn Alma St. 12: Penn Post St. 11, 12: Student Council 9- 12, Secretary 11: Pep Club 10, 11, 12, President 12: Mountaineer 12. STEPHEN DAVIS: 28 Hilbert Ct., Pennside. J.V. Baseball 8: Golf 10: Baseball 11, 12. DIANE DeTURCK: 263 End- lich Ave., Mt. Penn. MEM- ORIES: Eagles and Kansas concerts: football games: work at B.C.C.: Pile and Barrel: trips to Wyo.: lunch at L's: lovers: parties: dances at St. Lawrence and Cole: Blue Mustang. Hockey 9-12: Soft- ball 9-12: Basketball 9-12: Chorus 7, 8, 9: French Club 9, 10: I.H. Representative 11, President 12: G.L.C. 9, 10, Secretary 11, Vice-Presi- dent 12: National Honor Soci- ety 11, 12: Student Council 7, 8, 9: Varsity Club 10, 11, 12: Y-Teens 7-11. MICHELL DeTURK: 7 Penn Mawr Ct., Mt. Penn. MEM- ORIES: "IHTMS": Do you want some "7-up?": Accounting Class: "DAH": The Hut: Basically: Goose. Hockey 10, 11, 12: Basket- ball 8, 9: French Club 9, 10: Leader Corps 10, 11, 12: Y- Teens9, 10:F.S.A.11,12. JAMES DUFFY: 2204 Perkio- men Ave., Mt. Penn. MEM- ORIES: making a rocket in wood shop: smoking in the boys room and never getting caught. J.V. Baseball 9. KATHY FOLGA: 2503 Cum- berland Ave. , Mt. Penn. JAMES FORD: 506 N. 25th St. MEMORIES: the Phillies won the Eastern Division. Bowling 10, 11, 12: Soccer 12: Base- ball 9, 11, 12: Leader Corps 12. DOUG FOX: 209 Montgomery Ave. , Stony Creek. JAN FRANCO: 504 N. 25th St., Pennside. MEMORIES: Gym classes: Vo-Tech Cos- motology. V.I.C.A. 10, 11, 12. JILL FRANKHOUSER: 1962 Woodvale Ave., Mt. Penn. MEMORIES: hockey camp: the second section: "dah": "too bad you". Hockey 8-12: Cheerleading 11, 12: F.T.A. 10, Vice-President 12: French Club 9, 10: G.L.C. 9, 10, 11, President 12: Pep Club 9, 10, 11,12. KURT FREDERICK: 558 Mar- shall Ave., Pennside. MEM- ORIES: Till Eulenspiegal and the sleeping raisin: "from Varna to 'Whitby':" The Phantom Announcer: The Mafia: getting out of class: "That's Disgusting" . Band 7- 12: Soccer 10, 11: Leader Corps 10: Penn Post St. 12: Stage Crew 9, 10: Track and Field 8, 9: Science Club 12. EDWARD FROMUTH: 804 Byram St. , Pennside. MEMO- RIES: Harold Jackson: The Mafia: bus rides and losing sports seasons: "W.H. Club": Phantom Announcements. A.V.A. 7, 8: Soccer 9-12: Baseball 7, 8, 9: Tennis 10, 11,12:B.L.C.9, 10. EILEEN GALLAGHER: 800 Byram St. , Pennside. MEMO- RIES: "How you tomorrow": Home Ec. with "Brownie Baby": "Edel Weiss": Par- ties: "The Card": lounge: "Midnight Rider and his Black Magic". Chorus 8, 9: French Club 9, 10: Y-Teens 9. SUSAN GALVIN: 241 N. 25th St., Mt. Penn. MEMORIES: chorus sitting lessons and no gum chewing: physical fitness tests: Wernersville and Berk's Heim trips for H.A.: Dee's party: squirrel-lady. Chorus 7, 10: V.l.C.A. 11, 12. RONALD GAMBY: 26 S. 23rd St., Mt. Penn. ROSALIE GETTIS: Box 136A. R.D. 34, Reading. MEMO- RIES: Stadium games: "DAH": Playing Mr. Ed and Moose meg-a-mouth: Fleet- wood: teaching everyone how to drive the VW: Harry and ?. Band 7, 8, 12: Bowling 9-12: Hockey 9-12: Softball Man- ager 9, 10: Basketball Man- ager 11: Chorus 7, 8, 9, 10: German Club 9, 10: Varsity Club 9. 10: Y-Teens 7-12: Pep Club 12: Science Club Secretary 12. LORI BETH GOODWIN: 1430 Friedensburg Rd., Stony Creek. MEMORIES: dances: Daddy D.: Kim's eyesight: all my sweethearts: plays and cast parties: Charleslz pep rallies: assemblies: La. , Sh. , and the gang. Bowling 9, 11, 12: Chorus 7, 8, 9, 10, 12: School Play 11, 12: Drama Club 12: French Club 9, 10, ll: Y-Teens 8, 9, 10: F.S.A. Secretary 12. ARON GROSS: 2602 Park St.. Pennside. MEMORIES: Senior year: Friends: Z.D. Soccer 12: French Club 9, 10, 11: B.L.C. 9, 10: Penn Alma St. 11, Penn Post St. 10: Student Council 12: U.N. Club 11: Science Club 12. STEVEN GRUBB: 317 Carsonia Ave., Mt. Penn. MEMORIES: Midnight poker games: six musketeers: "What's a 'Phoe- bus'?" Tweaklg Bisquets: Aug. 21, 2002. A.V.A. 8- 12: Band 7-12: Chorus 7-12: School Play 11, 12: Drama Club 10, 11, Vice-President 12: Penn Alma St. 11: Penn Post St. 11, 12: Barbershop Quartet 12. DAVID HALTOM: 227 Fried- ensburg Rd. , Mt. Penn. Base- ball 8: Basketball 8, 9. WILLIAM HARRIS: 901 N. 26th St., Pennside. MEMO- RIES: The check bounced! Your car or mine'?: Parties: my year as Godol: George- town, Mike on t.he balcony: Little be pint: L.M.K.: Here's to the bus from N.Y.C. School Play 12: French Club 9-12: Penn Alma St. 12: U.N. Club 10, 11, Vice- President 12: Basketball Stat- istician 12. KIM HARTMAN: 28 Marshall Ave., Stony Creek. MEMO- RIES: "Do you want a 7- UP?": J.D.: DAH: French trips: Jr. Prom: Charlie's cruisin'. Bowling 8, 9, 10, 12: Chorus 7, 8, 9, 10: F.T.A. Secretary 12: French Club 8-11: Y-Teens 7-12: F.S.A. 11, Vice-President 12: Pep 9, 10, 11, 12. ZANDRA HERTZ: 904 Brigh- ton Ave., Pennside. MEMO- RIES: A-P: BBG: S.B. the photographer: Sugar-free soda: Spinrad's: Basketball games: running out of gas at an intersection. Tennis 11. 12: School Play 12: Penn Alma St. 12: U.N. Club 11, 12: Y-Teens 12. LYNNE HERZOG: 642 N. 25th St., Pennside. MEMORIES: "Someone save my life tonight": "The little lad- der": "Momster Mash": "Lover", Band 7, 8, 10, 11, 12: Hockey 9, 10, 11: I.H. Cheerleading 8, Captain 9: J.V. Cheerleading 10: Ger- man Club 10: G.L.C. 9, 10, 11, Treasurer 12: National Honor Society 11, 12: Student Council 9-12: Varsity Club 10, 11, 12: Pep Club 10, 11. DAVID I-IOLLENBACH: 1425 Friedensburg Rd., Stony Creek. MEMORIES: killing t.he juniors in the junior-sen- ior football game. Band 7. 8: Student Council 7. DONNA HORNING: 228 Taft Ave., Stony Creek. MEMO- RIES: Rushing to the lavatory to be the first one to light up. G.L.C. 9, 10: Hockey 9, 10: Bowling 8, 9, 10: Y-Teens 9. JACQUES JACOBSON: 2613 Filbert Ave., Mt. Penn. MEMORIES: phantom announcer: pen battles: the Mafia: AVA booth: "W.l-I. Club": "That's disgusting": bus rides. A.V.A. 7, 8: Band 7-12: Bowling 9-12: Golf 10. ll, 12: Baseball 7-12: Chorus 9: French Club 9-12: B.L.C. 10: National Honor Society 11, Vice-President 12: Penn Post St. 11, 12: Student Council 7, 9: Science Club President 12. DENNIS KARAHALIAS: 1050 Carsonia Ave. , Mt. Penn. SCOTT KELLER: 824 Brighton Ave., Pennside. MEMORIES: "Kellyria": "E's" hanging ball with green hair: "five- foot, two, beady eyes, bald, pinches": "Mother E!": Georgetown - 5 floor bal- cony": Jimmy Carter and Peanut Butter: "Snapper": "Get Phedre". A.V.A. 7.8: Band 7, 8, 9, 10, 11: Basket- ball Manager 11: Chorus 7- 11: School Play 8, 9, 10, 11: Drama Club 9, 10: French Club 9, 10, 11, Secretary 12: U.N. Club 10, 11, Treasurer 12: Chess Club 7, 8. DANIEL KERNER: 900 Brigh- ton Ave., Pennside. Bowling 9, 10, 11, 12: Tennis 10. V.I.C.A. 10,11,12. STEVEN KIEDEISCH: Box 364D, R.D. 334, Reading. ROBERT KITCHENOFF: 2505 Park St., Pennside. MEMO- RIES: stolen car: cruisin': teacher imitations: phantom announcements: last day of school: friends: Pennside Crew: concerts: sleeping in class: the shore: "E.S.A.D.": all you can eat lunches: "Doesn't he look just like Johny". Band 7, 8, 9: Basketball 10, 11, 12: Class Treasurer 9, 10, 11: French Club 9-12: Penn Alma St. 11, 12: Penn Post St. 11, Edi- tor 12: Student Council 11: School Board Representative 12: U.N. Club 11: Science Club President 12. STANLEY KLEMPKE: 616 George St., Pennside. MEM- ORIES: coming here. B.L.C. 9. CYNTHIA KOCH: 919 Carso- nia Ave., Pennside. MEMO- RIES: Basketball games: Cole. Hockey 9, 10, Co- captain 12: Basketball 9: Chorus 7, 8, 9: French Club 9-12: G.L.C. 9, 10, 11, Secretary 12: National Honor Society 11, 12: Penn Alma Photographer 12: Y-Teens 9, 10, 11, Vice-President 12. DEBRA KRAUSE: 24 Midland Ave., Stony Creek. MEMO- RIES: "I.H.T.M.C.": Soph- omore Class picnic: April 25, 1975: French Class trips: get- ting hurt in gym class: "crepes in home-ec": friends and teachers. French Club 8, 9, 10, 11: Y-Teens 10. GREGORY KULP: 130 N. 23rd St., Mt. Penn. MEMORIES: Parties at Jane's house: mak- ing All-County Soccer Team: the Junior prom: class picnics: sandwich sales: the cabin. Soccer 9, 10, 11, 12: All- County Soccer Team 12: Baseball 11, 12: B.L.C. 9, 10, 11, 12. SCOTT LANDIS: 2412 Grand- view Ave., Mt. Penn. Bas- ketball 8, 9, 10, 11, 12: Cheerleading 9: B.L.C. 9, 10. DAVID LEINBACH: 1448 Friedensburg Rd., Stony Creek. MEMORIES: good times. Baseball 7, 8: Basket- ball 10. CALVIN LEINBACH: 2220 Highland Ave., Mt. Penn. BETH LeVAN: 2248 Ochre St., Mt. Penn. MEMORIES: Lunch with Donna: Toot and Darla: Soccer: Debbie getting killed: Making crepes in Home-Ec: Sorry Tootl. Bas- ketball Manager 11: French Club 9, 10, 11: National Honor Society 11, 12: Y- Teens 11. CHERYL LeVAN: 2729 Perki- omen Ave., Mt. Penn. MEMORIES: class of "7'756": Aunt Jemima: Economics class: metal shop: Edwin: playground: May Day: gym class. Chorus 9: Library Club 10: Y-Teens 10, 11: F.S.A. 11, 12: Pep Club 10. GEORGE LONABERGER: 213 Montgomery Ave., Stony Creek. TRACY MARCHIONE: 1 Park St.. Pennside. MEMORIES: Woody's 7756: teeth tons of theml: CB caper: 12C Clowns: Mom and Edwin: our famous metal shop class: The time I walked into the Boy's Lav at the Middle School and Chris followed: Miss Gravel Pit!. Chorus 7, 8: G.L.C. 9, 10: Y-Teens 8. DAVID MARTIN: 31 S. 23rd St., Mt. Penn. CHARLES MCCAW: R.D. 34. Old Spies Church Rd., Read- ing. MEMORIES: going to the hut: being hit in the hall: Hot lips: How is the closet. Base- ball 8-12: Basketball 8-12: B.L.C. 12. TIMOTHY MCKINNEY: R.D. 424, Reading. MEMORIES: Open lunch 11th and 12th grades. JODIE MICHEWITZ: 2517 Grant St., Mt. Penn. MEMO- RIES: adventures on the back of the bus: DAH!: tough nookies: "dibs": lacies: dandy: lovers: sausage sand- wich: Mr. Ed.: "cream my stick": Moose-Mega-Mouth: "ice tea and water". Band 7- 12: Hockey 9-12: Softball 9- 12: Basketball 9, 10, 12, Co- captain 11: Chorus 7, 8: F.T.A. 9, 10, 12: German Club 9,10:G.L.C.10,11. 12: Varsity Club 9, 10: Pep Club 12. TONI MILLER: 607 Freidens- burg Rd., Pennside. MEMO- RIES: 2nd section biology class: 2nd section classmates: threatening notes: Frank-Z. - Mundell-Turk: Proms: snow- ball battles at lunch: choco- late eclairs: "Ralph": twenty people in one booth at the Hut. Hockey Manager 11: Hockey 12: Chorus 7, 8, 9, 10: F.T.A. 9, 10, President 12: French Club 8, 9, 10, 11: Student Council 12: Y-Teens 7-11, Secretary 12: Pep Club 9, 10, 11, 12. MARK MODANO: 413 Oley St., Wyomissing. MEMO- RIES: senior year: sandwich sale - "The Accident": par- ties: Class Play: I.H.T.M.C.: The Rec- Room: How y'all doinl: I'll beat y'all upl: Kathy's Birth- day Party: The Birthday Party: Car Washes. Class Play Stu- dent Director 12: Drama Club 12: French Club 8, 9: Pep Club President 11. JUDY MULLEN: 850 Carsonia Ave., Pennside. Chorus 7, 10, 11, 12: F.T.A. 9, 10, 11, 12: Pep Club 12. DEAN MONAHAN: 22 Hilbert Ct., Pennside. MEMORIES: "The Loft": 1st Floor Lava- tory: Archery Range: Winter "75": Lunch: knocking off. Baseball 11, 12: Chorus 7, 8: B.L.C. 9, 10. LISA MUNDELL: 2526 Fair- view Ave., Mt. Penn. MEM- ORIES: "Don't trip over it", "I.H.T.M.C.": Do you want 7-UP?: "the rolls": looking through dresser drawers and glove compartments: getting lost at Angelica in the rain. Cheerleading 8, 9, 10, 11, 12: Class Secretary 11, 12: F.T.A. 12: Library Club 10: Y-Teens 10, 11, 12: F.S.A. 11, 12: Pep Club 11, 12: Pub- lic Relations Committee 11, 12. ROBERT MURRAY: 850 Carso- nia Ave. , Pennside. TERRY MURRAY: 1403 Carso- nia Ave., Stony Creek. MEMORIES: Home Ec. clown suit: chemistry with Jeffy: Sr. Italian Sandwich sale: "Go to the field": Finger punctures: It is now 12:0O: It is now 12:03: meeting the blue bee at lunch. Bowling 9, 10, 11: Chorus 7, 8, 9: Vo-Tech Representative 12: German Club 8: Student Forum Repre- sentative for Vo-Tech: V.I.C.A. 10, 11, Vice-Pres- ident 12: Student Craft Advi- sory Committee 12. AMY NEIDER: 2248 Perkio- men Ave., Mt. Penn. MEM- ORIES: Steve swimming the Schuylkill: "Hatchet Face": "Chinchilla Road": "Goat meal": Hawk Mountain: Bos- cov's picnic: Beasilbuff: frosted Mrs. Feldman: Dylan. Chorus 8, 10, 11, 12. BRENDA NISSLEY: 2515 Phil- may Ter., Mt. Penn. MEM- ORIES: Uncle Harvey: Male and Female ends: Pointed heads: staying awake in Cal- culus: sort of: HELLLP!: races into homeroom: Redgar. Cho- rus 7-12, County Chorus 9: School Play 9, 10: Drama Club 10, 12: German Club 8, 9, 10. MARIANNE NOWAK: 2316 Grant St. , Mt. Penn. MEMO- RIES: babbling: the balance beam: "Hamsters": magic: crises: "scoop": "Quote of the Day". Chorus 10, 11, 12: National Honor Society 11, Secretary 12: Penn Alma Bus- iness Manager 12: Student Council 12: Y-Teens 10, 11, 12. PATRICK ODUM: 28 S. 23rd St., Mt. Penn. 1 PETER ODUM: 28 S. 23rd St. , Mt. Penn. EGAN O'REILLY: 918 Penn- dale Ave. , Pennside. MEMO- RIES: Mr. Segro's Beard: School Play's: My Wheel- chair: Jeff's playing the piano: Sunday nights at Pap- py's: The everchanging Love Scene: The Six Musketeers. Chorus 7, 8: School Play 9, 10, 11, 12: Drama Club 10, 11, Secretary-Treasurer 12: French Club 9, 10, 11: Library Club 10, 11: Penn Alma St. 10, 11, 12: Penn Post St. 12: U.N. Club 11, 12: Bicentennial Committee 11. DANIEL OSWELL: 609 Brigh- ton Ave., Mt. Penn. MEMO- RIES: "The Six Musketeers": Sunday night at Pappy's: Dropping in on Segro unex- pectedly: "7.2 you": "Breakout" and There's a penguin on the Television Set. A.V.A. 8, 9, 10, 11, 12: Chorus 8, 12: Drama Club 10, 11, 12: German Club 10: Library Club 10, 11: Penn Post St. 11, 12. JAMES PACE: 2602 Cumber- land Ave., Mt. Penn. MEM- ORIES: "77" golf season: Hershey: only one to caddy in Counties 3 straight years: par- ties: Springsteen concerts: cruising West Reading: the Hut: Mr. Orlando classes. Golf 10, 11, 12: Basketball 10, 11, 12: Tennis 12: Class Vice-President 12: German Club 10: B.L.C. 7, 8, 9, 10: Student Council 7-12. KIMBERLEE PALM: 2422 Grandview Ave., Mt. Penn. MEMORIES: 20-20 today: Mrs. B.: L., S., L, C, F, R, P, M: "Mouth": Lunch: get well cards: Daddy D's alive: swimming: Saturday night: Have you got your ruler?: Big "10": 11:30 phone calls. Cheerleader 12: Chorus 12: Usherettes 10, 11: F.S.A. 12: Pep Club 11, 12. CRAIG PATTERSON: 1126 Carsonia Ave., Mt. Penn. Chorus 11: Penn Alma St. 11, 12: Penn Post St. 11. EDYTHE POLLACK: 200 Mayer St. , Pennside. MEMO- RIES: Class of 77Vz: Aunt Jem- ima: the pants with the funny pockets: metal shop: my friends: Tee-Hee! !: Joe kind: Bud Grater: vombo-rules: Demunn mobile. French Club 8, 9. MICHAEL REISIG: 208 Penn Ter., Mt. Penn. MEMORIES: stage crew. Stage Crew 10. 11, 12. MICHAEL REIST: 116 Mid- land Ave., Stony Creek. Band 7, 8: Soccer 11: B.L.C. 10, 12. WILLIAM RICHARD: 22nd and Laurel Ln. , Mt. Penn. MEM- ORIES: basketball games: archery range: parades: sleeping: back stage. B.L.C. 12. LORI RITTER: 2426 Fairview Ave., Mt. Penn. MEMORIES: Back of the school bus: soft- ball: Don't stare at me Darla: H.E.: Lunch: Collecting papers with Gale: Boris knock, knock. Softball 10, 11, 12: Tennis 11: Basketball 9,10,11, 12: Chorus 7, 8, 10. MICHELE ROBITZER: 2155 Highland Ave. , Mt. Penn. DANA ROMICH: 4 Myrtle Ave., Stony Creek. MEMO- RIES: '77 golf season: parties: all the sports activities. Golf 10, 11, 12: Baseball 7-12: Basketball 7, 8, 9. ALAN ROSENTHAL: 807 N. 26th St. , Pennside. EDWARD ROTHRAUFF: 400 N. 25th St., Mt. Penn. MEMORIES: Archery Range: The Rock Hartman: Freidens- burg: Winter '75: The History Class. Baseball 11, 12. BRETT SANDS: 410 Hill Ave., Mt. Penn. MEMORIES: card tricks at lunch: Monty Python: cookout at Ann's: The tree: the secret girl friend: Junior and the Seniors: Six Musketeers. Band 10, 11, 12: Chorus 11, 12: Penn Post St. 12: Student Council 7, 8: Barbershop Quartet 12. MICHAEL SAUER: 2310 Fair- view Ave. , Mt. Penn. B.L.C. 8, 9, 10. DARLA SCHERRER: 632 N. 25th St., Pennside. MEMO- RIES: Lori, don't fade away!: the statue: cracking up at Nichol's: Donna's milk: the hayride, remember Amy?: Bird noises in Chorus: roaming the halls: Lori's laugh: getting info and talking about "you know who" at lunch with Beth, Donna, and Toot. Cho- rus 10, 11, 12. CHRISTINE SCHILLING: 2500 Prospect St., Pennside. MEMORIES: Mom: CB caper: Edwin: moonshine: Woody's: 7795 P.M. ROBERT SEITZ: 507 Friedens- burg Rd., Stony Creek. MEMORIES: Mondays. Base- ball 9: B.L.C. 9, 10. KATHY SHADE: 45 Aldine Ave., Stony Creek. MEMO- RIES: 7792: teeth tons of them: CB caper: Woody's getting lost in Hicktowns: Bigfoot: 3 diamonds roadrunner: the nobodies. GARTH SHANNON: 2436 Fil- bert St., Mt. Penn. MEMO- RIES: April 25th, 1975: 10th grade biology class: Bug hunt- ing. ANN SHAY: 122 Center St. , Mt. Penn. MEMORIES: Mon- day night band: Randy: Con- certs: 3F: auf deutsch: Mr. Moyer's near assault: telling Miss Luckebach what you do when you push an object: Uncle Harvey. Band 7-12: Chorus 7-12, County Chorus 8, 9, 12: District Chorus 10: German Club 8, 10, 11: National Honor Society 11, Treasurer 12: U.N. Club 10, Secretary 11: Y-Teens 10, 11, 12. DONNA SHEARER: 32 Myrtle Ave., Stony Creek. MEMO- RIES: German Class with Herr Brossman: pointed heads: 2, 6 dimethyl, 1, 3 heptadiyne - Chem. II: lunchtime: Junior Prom. Bowling 9, 10: Y- Teens 9, 10, 11, 12: Band Front 11: F.S.A. 11. FRANK SHOWALTER: 2520 Grant St., Mt. Penn. MEMO- RIES: sleeping Mr. Segro's class: boredom. Bowling 9, 10, 11: Baseball 9, 10, 11, 12. BETH SINGER: 201 Emerald Ave., Pennside. MEMORIES: Jane's cabin: Deb's first day: my friends: Max and Shelly: tabs with Jane: parties: mak- ing Italians at 6:00 A.M.: conventions: S.L. concerts: Vic and Tom: B.I.D.: Junior Prom: cheering: the Hut. Cheerleader 10, 11: Chorus 7, 8, 9: School Play 11, 12: Drama Club 11: French Club 9, 10, 11. 12: Penn Alma St. 12: Penn Post St. 10: Student Council 12: Y-Teens 9, 10, 11, Executive Board 12: Band Front 9, Captain 10: Pep Club 10, 12, Vice-President 12: Cheerleading I.V. Co-Cap- tain 11. DONNA SPATZ: 505 Carsonia Ave., Pennside. French Club 10, 11, 12: Library Club 7: Band Front 9, 10, 11, 12. LINDA STECH: 918 N. 26th St., Pennside. MEMORIES: desk races: Bud Grater: Vombo Rules: Milk of Magne- sia in bake sale brownies: control: Maple Grove: '75 Merc.: "Obviously": Cruis- ing V. Alley: Lee Hee! . Band 7: Chorus 9: F.T.A. 10: French Club 9, 10, 11, 12: Penn Post St. 10: Student Council 7: Y-Teens 10: V.I.C.A. 11, 12: Pep Club 10. BARRY STEIN: 511 N. 26th St., Mt. Penn. MEMORIES: Being half of the only couple to dance at the Junior Prom: Waking up at 4:45 A.M. to be at school for the Italian Sand- wich Sale. Soccer 9, 10, 11, Captain 12: Basketball 9, 10, 11, 12: Class Vice-President 9, 10, 11: French Club 9, 10, 11: B.L.C. 8, 9, 10, 11: Stu- dent Council 8, 9, 10, Trea- surer 11, President 12: Varsity Club 9-12: I.U. Representa- tive. LISA STEIN: 511 N. 26th St.. Mt. Penn. MEMORIES: "Pittsburgh buddies": car wash: "sticks": "Kevin C., doesn't give a care". Soccer Manager 12: Softball 9, 10, 11, 12: Chorus 8-12: Library Aid 8, 9: Y-Teens 8: Pep Club 10, 11. JANET STRAUSE: 302 Hill Ave. , Mt. Penn. MEMORIES: Hanging in the cafeteria lis- tening to the juke box: sum- mers of 7th and 8th grades: Municipal Building steps: Vo- Tech with Dawn Franco. Debbie Grab, and Brenda Fischer: sleeping over at Franco's. Chorus 7, 8, 9. County Chorus 8: Class Secre- tary 9, 10: Penn Alma St. 12: Vo-Tech Student Council 12: Band Front 8. JEFFREY SWARTZ: 20th and Fairview Sts., Mt. Penn. MEMORIES: 10th grade in First Floor Lav.: junior high baseball when we played Hamburg: 7th grade science class. Baseball 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12: B.L.C. 10: V.I.C.A. 10, 11, 12. MARIAN SWEENEY: 2337 Fairview Ave., Mt. Penn. MEMORIES: 5th period in 11th grade: the incident: riding the roof: the chase: fish and tiger: Antietam Lake. Band 7, 8, 9: Chorus 9, 10, 12: Pep Club 10, 11, 12: Library Club 10. DAVID SWOPE: 2222 Perkio- men Ave., Mt. Penn. Band 7, 8, 9: Soccer 9, 12: Base- ball 9: Basketball 7, 8, 9: V.I.C.A. 10.11, 12. FRED SWOPE: 2222 Perkiomen Ave., Mt. Penn. Band 7, 8: Soccer 9, 12:B.L.C.11. RONALD SZURGOT: 232 N. 25th St., Mt. Penn. MEMO- RIES: French Class - "Don- ald": Band concerts: Barber- shop Quartet: Latin I: SCA- FARK: Avoiding late slips: sock hops: French Club trip to New York: "Beast". Band 7- 12: Chorus 7, 8: French Club 9, 10, 11, Treasurer 12: Drum Major 10, 11, 12: Bar- bershop Quartet 12. JEFFREY WANNER: 2207 Woodvale Ave., Mt. Penn. MEMORIES: my nickname "Flea". Baseball: 9, 11, 12. SHELLY WASSERMAN: 620 Penndale Ave., Pennside. MEMORIES: balcony: cabin: phone bills: friendships: long endless talks with the girls: last day of 10th grade: bur- glary: tents: Billy Joel: pork shops and noodles: college men. School Play 11, 12: F.T.A. 10, 12: French Club 9, 10, 11, 12: G.L.C. 10. 11, 12: Penn Post St. 10: Stu- dent Council ll: Y-Teens 9, 10, 11, President 12: Pep Club Secretary-Treasurer 12. RANDALL WISWESSER: 407 N. 25th St. , Pennside. MEM- ORIES: cruising the hallways and searching open lockers: sailing paper boats on rainy days outside Room 211: sneaking up to the little rooms in the wall of the audi- torium. Chorus 7, 8: V.I.C.A. 10, 12. CARLYN WITTICH: 921 N. 25th St., Pennside. MEMO- RIES: B.C.C.: cabin: party- ing: cruises to Wyo.: barrel: Carlilse Soo Woo: St. Joe's in 10th grade: Monster Mash: cruises in the Rambler: palm tree: Kansas Concert. Hockey 9, 10. 11: Softball 12: Bas- ketball Manager 11, 12: Cheerleading 10: Chorus 9, 10: French Club 9, 11, 12: G.L.C.9,10, 11, 12: Var- sity Club 11, 12: Pep Club 10. JO ANN WOODS: 178 Melrose Ave., Stony Creek. MEMO- RIES: South-Side Moosie Club: "Obviously": "Le Vache": Tee-Hee: chorus sitting lessons: "I'm gonna boil a bee in water": "Schwog!" big cheek: Wer- nersville and Berks I-leim trip. Chorus 7, 8, 9, 10: Drama Club 7: French Club 9, 10, 11: Library Club 7, 10, 11: Y-Teens 10: V.I.C.A. 11, 12: Pep Club 10. ARTHUR YERGER: 816 Van Buren St., Pennside. MEMO- RIES: skipping band: picking up risers from the Middle School: shutting the power off the stage. Band 7-12: Bowling 10: B.L.C. 10, 12: Stage Crew 9, 10, 11,12. JANE YODER: 832 Friedens- burg Rd., Pennside. MEMO- RIES: the cabin: Billy Joel concerts: A-P classes: adven- tures in the back of the bus: dibs: "DAH": Mr. Ed: steal- ing signs with Kulpy: Max: my lounge partner: "Doesn't he look just like Johnny": Roger. Hockey 9, 10, 11, Captain 12: Softball 9, 10, 11, 12: Basketball 9, 10, 11: Chorus 9: F.T.A. 9, 10, Treasurer 12: French Club 9, 10, 11, 12: G.L.C. 9, 10, 12, Vice-President 11: Var- sity Club 9, 10: Y-Teens 9. Executive Board 10, 11, 12: Pep Club 12: Mountaineer 12. KATHLEEN ZEBERT: 230 Taft Ave., Stony Creek. "Chin- chilla Road": "Goatmeal": Bumbawoof: march-a-boot: songbirds: Hatchet Face: lunchtime fun: poetry class: Boscov's picnic. Bowling 9, 10: Chorus 10, 11, 12: , Library Club 8, 9: Band Front 11, 12. ZOE ZIELINSKI: 209 Penn Ter., Mt. Penn. MEMORIES: sandwich sales: 2nd section: DAH: Mr. Ed: Moose-Meg-a- Mouth: termites: 7-UP: snow- ball battles at lunch: spa- ghetti dinner: lacies: love ya: "cream my stick": the rock: friends. Hockey 9, 10, 11, 12: Cheerleading 9, Co-Cap- tain 11, Captain 12: Class President 9, 10, 11, 12: F.T.A. 10, 12: French Club 9, 10: G.L.C. 9, 10, 11, 12: Student Council 9, 10, Vice- President 11, 12: Y-Teens 9. Executive Board 10, 11, 12: F.S.A. 12: Pep Club 10, 11. 12. KARLA ZINS: 912 Byram St. . Pennside. MEMORIES: Curi- osity Queen: Chemistry labs: French trips. French Club 9, 10:V.I.C.A.11,12. LATE FLASI-IES GALE DAVIS: French Club 9. 10, 11, 12: Y-Teens 12: Bowling 10, 11, 12: Chorus 7, 8, 9: Softball Manager 10: Basketball 9: National Honor Society 12: Pep Club 12: Sci- ence Club 12. DICK HERTZ: 2403 Fairmont Ave., Phila. MEMORIES: Sandy's Confirmation: getting caught up: bird-watching: playing with the Fabulous Seamen Band: my growing years. RON GAMBY: 26th S. 23rd St., Mt. Penn. 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YAP:-,1': 1- 'N . . ii WSW... . 4' "'JG'Gw-:'TM'y4f.s1Cvff?s1M9Cn:w,1-.1.f1.X'-!- 'in -5:21-.xr '--J' ,-use-p'v K, 4 ' g Kris' 5-fxfgmcf gffgif ,541-2' .0 s-V 'ff x1-gQv:v43WNwJ?wsw4-vf',-'layman 1 F f - . .' f . l 1. v, ,L - , .. '--I-H . fry.. -rn... fm, -r-,9L'41f.:f:w,.:g"24l :CA Nwqhbofhood 2 Hmsiiqmriera Cliiaiia FQFQQSQESHS .- 'NL ' 1 1 - .L x x ,...-1 aw M7 , A A Z , THE CREW9 I W iffy!! A ww Chorus Resounds The chorus has had a very busy year. They sang in the Christmas Concert, the Pops Concert, the Spring Concert, and at the Berkshire Mall. The harmonious tones coming from the cho- rus are better than ever and Mrs. Fellman, the director can be proud of her students. TOP: FIRST ROW: D. Oswell, N. Davidheiser D Grant T Kauffman T Nowak S Seifert, L. Berger, C. Culp, K. Young SECOND ROW S Grubb C Bukowskt B Zabodyn, L. Ilmski, D. Snyder, B. Knabb THIRD ROW M Clouser L Goodwin K Palm, B. Nissley, M. Nowak, A. Nelder K Balenttne K Zebert L Stein I Mullen. CENTER LEFT: FIRST ROW: D. Spengler P Sindy D C1c.s1nsk1 I Seifert I Reed C. Lawrence, B. Clouser. SECOND ROW N Jrmskr S Fessler P Berstler P Seidel B. McLean, D. Kiebach, I. Bender R McCormack CENTER RIGHT: BARBERSHOP OUARTET R Szurgot B Sands I Saltno S Grubb OPPOSITE PAGE: BAND: FIRST ROW G Tyrrell S Krause F Nyhuis D Spengler B He1m B Berger E Schwartz K Young I Miller SECOND ROW: M. Leifer, C. Martin N Itmski V Seifert S Fessler THIRD ROW M Clouser B Sands R Szurgot L Ludwig B Adams R Gettis. I. Michewicz, S. Nguyen, C Bukowskl P Sandy FOURTH ROW T Lucas S Clark I hcobson K Frederick A Yerger S Hollenbach D. Kiediesch, A. Sheftet, B. Rankin S Grubb K Ruch director 82 A0neanda Two. . . This year's band, under the direction of Mr. Keith Ruch, has had a rewarding year. The band has marched in parades throughout the Reading area. In addition, they have played at all home basketball games. Mr. Ruch has done his best to bring the band into the public eyeg we think he has been quite successful. ,. -' .., yyyv 1- ,' 84 , Greaf Reviews! RIGHT: STANDING: Rob Kitchenoff, Gale Davis, lane Yoder, Beth Singer, Julie Harris, Marianne Nowak, Craig Patterson. IN TREE: Cindy Koch, Sandy Hertz. CENTER LEFT: Keith Backer, Dori Brown - Editors. CENTER: Cindy Koch - Photographer. BOTTOM: Bill Harris - Photographer. ABSENT: Lisa Stein, Russ Davis, Kyle Lorah, Renee Gross. Janet Strauss. i f ig 'H '15, fl sg E, If v rf-.wr 1 ' me , ,Q sei X g we 1 safer" 2 The "Penn Alma" is a difficult subject for us to write about. We cannot with all modesty express how successful we were, you are the sole judge of that. We were successful at revitalizing the selling of basketball pro- grams, a formerly dormant feature at Mount Penn home games. Fred Brossman, in his first year of "directing, " has had a learning expe rience. Dori and Keith had a learning experi ence as well. They learned the various meth- ods of sneaking home after a 2:30 a.m. year- book session without awakening sleeping par- ents. They also learned exactly how much taxing a human being's nerves can handle. This Penn Alma "Playbill" could not have been possible without the aid of the Penn Alma staff and the following non-staff per- sons, who generously donated their time and talents: Ken Ravel, Mr. Scott Minter, Deb Davis, Bryan Myers, and the fifth period Yearbook Class. The "Penn Post" and the Future Secretaries Association both had tre- mendous years in 1977. Their contrib- utions to Mt. Penn High were count- less. LEFT: OFFICERS: Michelle DeTurck, I..oriBeth Goodwin,Lisa Mundell, Kim Hartman. CENTER LEFT: D. Snyder, D. Gerbino, K. Shade, I. Martin, D. Maggazzu. SECOND ROW: Z. Zielinsi, S. Balentine, K. Palm, S. Rooney, J. Scrincosky, S. Benes. CENTER RIGHT: PENN POST EDITORS: Roger Franz, Cheryl Bukowski, Robert Kitchenoff. I PENN POST STAFF: LEFT: S. Rooney, I. Skrincoski, C. Bukowski, D. Davis, M. Santee, K. Frederick, R. Frantz, E. O'ReiIIy, R. Kitchenoff, I. Segro Advisor, D. Oswell, B. Sands, S. Grubb, I. Salino. w--ss.s.- m..u.w.. A wesmupunu- 85 French Club Is Acfive in '7 7 The French Club started the year with their second annual yard sale. Much of the profit from the activity was used to send a group of French Club members to Harrisburg where they saw a French Folk group, toured the beautiful state capital, and dined at a quaint little French res- taurant, "Au Jour le Jour." After holding more fund-raising events, they left for New York to see a Broadway play and to spend a day in "The Big Apple." FF? am. Hr- '1 QQ: l ut cmsfeteouat TOP: Dori Brown, Vice-President: Ron Szurgot, Treasurer: Diane DeTurck, President: Scott Keller, Secretary. I 'He MIDDLE LEFT: Mrs. Edsall MIDDLE RIGHT: FIRST ROW: V. Calabria. K. Balentine, C. Koch, S. Wasserman, B. Singer. SECOND ROW: I. I-Ioellman, L. Poole, I. Skrincosky, C. Culp, C. Wittich, J. Yoder. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Edsall, advisor: G. Franco, D. Spatz, L. Stech, K. Backer, R. Kitchenoff, I. Jacobson, B. Harris, R. Frantz, M. Rhoads, B. Eich. BOTTOM: FIRST ROW: C. McLaughlin, R. Essig, E. Singer, H. Schoen, E. Schwartz. SECOND ROW: R. Szurgot, V. Pacifico, F. Siegal, R. Poole, S. Nguyen, J. Morrissette. THIRD ROW: L. Shefter, L. Apgar, K. Ryan. L. Frederick, A. Shefter, G. Tyrrell, J. Safli, M. Lucas. 86 We 've Come a Lon Wag Baby! 3 , The Y-Teen club of Mt. Penn had one of its best years this year. The season was highlighted by the c1ub's creative "Variety Show" and annual "Every- body's Birthday Party." Their hard work was rewarded at the variety show by a standing ovation from a thoroughly delighted audience. 1977 was chock full of fun events. LEFT: EXECUTIVE BOARD: C. McLaughlin, B. Singer, Z. Zielinski, P. Schreiber. ROW 2: B. Adams, I. Scrincosky. J. Frankhouser, L. Mundell. I. Yoder, K. I-Iartman. OFFICERS: Toni Miller - SECRETARY: Shelly Wasserman - PRESIDENT: Bonnie Knabb - TREASURER: Cindy Koch - VICE PRESIDENT. BOTTOM: FIRST ROW: D. Snyder, C. Reisheill, C. Clark, N.Mazzo, P. Ryan, K. Lorah, B. Steigerwalt, L. Shefter, S. I-Iertz, H. Holt, R. Gross, K. Young, E. Singer. SECOND ROW: K. Seitz, C. Flamm, R. Flamm, R. Poole, D. Gerbino, D. Rutt, D. Hutcheson, A. Mont, M. Nowak, A. Shay, T. Kauffman, I. Mullen, S. Seifrit, T. Nowak. M. Lojec, M. Speck. TI-IIRD ROW: R. Shickler, I. Mundell, M. Lucas. I. I-Ioellman, D. Ennis. L. Poole, K. Frymoyer, P. Billinger, S. Rooney, L. Iimski, K. Baer, D. Gettis, T. Walk, P. Seidel. FOURTH ROW: C. Bertolet, D. Shearer, R. Gettis, C. Culp, L. Berger, K. Balentine, V. Seifrit, N. Elliott, M. Miller, S. Fessler, K. Ryan, N. Iimski, G. Davis. 87 Democracy af Work The Student Council has had a produc- tive year this year. Volunteer hallway patrols were initiated and have been quite successful. This year's annual movie was a big success and was enjoyed by all who attended. The council also has set a good ecological example for students by retaining returnable bottles in the lounge, rather than switching to cans as proposed . L.--e -, jp EXECUTIVE BOARD: Jim Pace - Lounge Mgr. . Barry Stein - Pres. , Rob Kitchenoff - School Board Rep. , Karen Young - Sec. , GarytTyrre11 - Treas Zoe Zielinski - V.P. , Keith Backer - School Board Rep. ROW ONE: D. Davis, M. Nowak, B. Knabb, N. Mazzo, H. Schoen, M. Ford, I. Harris, S. Balentin, B. Singer. ROW TWO A. Shefter, N. Katsianis, R. Davis, D. Porcaro, J. Safir. 88 ir,-.wk 7 Apgar. TN fwliflfviffc lj ip The United Nations Club was a young and prosperous one. They were represented at most of the con- ferences - Muhlenberg, Albright, Reading, University of Pennsylvania and New York - and competition for a spot on the Georgetown team was keen. All the members participated and worked hard in order to attain many honors which helped them to maintain their standing as one of the finest U. N. clubs in the nation. TOP: FIRST ROW: F. Nyhuis, E. Schwartz, R Essig, H. Schoen, M. Ford, M. Hertz. SEC- OND ROW: S. Hertz, G Tyrrell, C. Reishell, L. Frederick. M. Lucas. B Eich, P. Berstler, D. Spengler, J. Harris. THIRD ROW: B. Levin, S. Heffner, E. O'Rei11y J. Safir. C. Martin, L. 89 NHS Expands This year's National Honor Society has grown quite a bit in member- ship, and with this their activity has also increased. They held bake sales and play nights as well as an excel- lent induction assembly . SITTING: A. Shay, Treasurer: M. Clouser, President: J. Jacobson, Vice-President: M. Novak, Secretary. STANDING: D. Brown, D. DeTurck, C. Koch, G. Davis, C. Bukowski, B. LeVan. L. Herzog, Mrs. Haag, advisor. 1 ip I rrfr Girls' Leader Corps gave the school lots of sweets when they held their annual candy sale. This sale helped to finance their trip to the Ice Capades. The girls have con- tinued, as usual, to give Miss Geiger a big hand with her gym classes. GLC MIDDLE LEFT: M. DeTurk. I. Michewicz, C. Wittich, I. Yoder. SECOND ROW: L. Herzog, I. Frankhouser, D. DeTurck. THIRD ROW: Z. Zeilinski, S. Wasserman. BOTTOM: FIRST ROW: D. Ennis, C. Bertolet, I. Miller. SECOND ROW: M. Werner, M. Miller, L. Landis, P.Schreiber, L. Ludwig, M. Speck, M. Lojec. THIRD ROW: C. Clark, P. Ryan, L. Bartle, R. Poole, L. Frederick. 90 Jume Moon A BQ Success "Tel1 Me You Love Me Iunie Moon," this year's all-school play was a great smash. Deb Davis really shined in her star role as Junie. With- out the expert help of the stage crew this produc- tion would not have been the success it was. TOP: Mark Modano - Student Director. ROW 2: B. Harris, D. Davis, E. O'Rei11y, E. Schwartz. P. Berstler, L. Goodwin, I. Salino, S. Wasserman, D. Spengler, J. Harris, J. Reid, S. Hertz, B. Singer. CENTER LEFT: DRAMA CLUB: K. Young, A. Koch, E. Schwartz. ROW 2: S. Nguyen, D. Oswell, L. Goodwin, J. Salino, P. Berstler, P. Seidel. ROW 3: R. Franz, D. Spengler, B. Eich, M. Leifer, S. Grubb, J. Segro - Advisor, E. O'Reilly. BOTTOM: STAGE CREW: S. Clark, G. Koch. Glenn Ever - Advisor, A. Yerger, M. Leifer. 92 FTA Travels A visit to Millersville State College started off an eventful year for the Future Teachers of America. TOP: J. Frankhouser, Vice-President: T. Miller President K. Hartman, Secretary: J. Yoder, Treasurer MIDDLE: FIRST ROW: Z. Zielinski, L. Mundell T Kauffman, R. Schickler, I. Mullen, D. Davis S Wasserman, B. Singer, P. Schreiber. SECOND ROW Mrs Brown. advisor: L. Jimski, C. Bertolet, B. Knabb D Ennis, J. Skrincosky, J. Michewicz, S. Rooney K Balentine. C. Culp, T. Walk, D. Gettis. BOTTOM: FIRST ROW: M. Lojec, S. Seifrit, N Elliot SECOND ROW: B. Steigerwalt, B. Frantz, M Speck K Ryan, C. Ciesinski. Bi Cen Works Though the Bicentennial Committee could only be a short-lived project, it was a most successful one. The Committee was instrumen tal in instilling Bicenten nial awareness and spirit throughout the school. Also held was a Bicentennial Homeroom contest which was won by Room 105, Miss Luckenbach's homeroom . Pep Club - Yes We Can! Under the lead- ership of Deb Davis, Beth Singer, and Shelly Wasserman, the Pep Club brought lots of cheer to Mt. Penn. This year's pep rallies were the most successful ones in recent years. We were glad to see that spirit is finally , . -a---a--a------,.,..-:fi,,fmff F- T---WH wry, Y ppp W-WWW returning to Mt. t, i if flfgflif- Pennandwehopes f ls..EE,lHj!?E!fjIf,fffjIf,m:,:g,fthatitishereto . - :if " : r ll l SENIORS: Z. Zielinski, J. Mullen, I. Yoder, L. Mundell. K. Palm, M. Sweeny, K. Hartman, R. Gettis, I. Michewicz, T. Miller, Iill Frankhouser, B. Adams, K. Balentine. " t'5'lf,:f, .E-1I'Sf..Stay. FIRST ROW: K. Lorah, L. Bartle, C. Flamm, P. Ryan, R. Gross, N. Mazzo, C. Clark, M. Lojec. SECOND ROW: L. limski, D. Grant, M. Speck, T. Kauffman, S. Balentine, R. Poole, B. Clouser. THIRD ROW: L. Oberhauser, D. Gettis, K. Baer, S. Fessler, D. Gerbino, D. Snyder, C. McLaughlin, I. Mundell. FOURTH ROW: D. Farina, B. Steigerwalt, D. Magazzu, L. Poole, K. Frymoyer. FIFTH ROW: C. Bertolet, J. Miller, P. Schreiber, M. Miller, D. Nonnon. RIGHT: SEATED: Deb Davis: President. STANDING: Shelly Wasserman: Vice President. ON PIANO: Beth Singer: Secretary-Treasurer. 93 THE TUURING COMPANIES F? E m if Q-9 , . i .mi A Q i EEMHI' llf ' 2 we f Fw! Q gm kiwi MQW Ug gjffi if A X. I g Rhodes, Lisa Stein - manager. ROW 2: Fred Swope, T. Lucas, G. Koch, C. Groh. THID ROW: B. Stein, T B. Bertolet, E. Fromuth, T. Walk, Dave Swope, G. Kulp, Charles Messner - Coach. VARSITY: E. Seidel, G. Tyrrel, J. Schleicher, M. i ree.. . T. . .G .... T 97 Hockey Team Works Hard This year's hockey team, coached by William Strickler, had an encour- aging season. The girls played against tough com- petition but always seemed to come out as the under- dog. We wish next year's team the best of luck! yt,ya .w .aaay TOP: J.V. TEAM: FIRST ROW: K. Lorah, T. Stuber, D. Hutcheson, K. Baer, C. Culp, M. Ford, P. Schreiber. SECOND ROW: J. Skrincosky, D. Ennis, T. Walk, D. Gettis, A. Mont. B. Clouser, T. Miller. THIRD ROW: Mr. Strickler. 98 I. Y un . . fn wt- u.u,1-uugv.-V. l-ax-mpwrnmywlua Q1-m-yn. 1 . E llhuy, .dftnxf tiff .mf gg: W N1 'uf -vc 12:64 ZS R 95- .. 4: M ,,.. ig.,--"N" Q 'zu ,,..4v- VARSITY TEAM: FIRST ROW: L. Ludwig, R. Schickler, J. Yoder, C. Koch, Z. Zielinski S. Robitzer. SECOND ROW: W Strickler, C. Bertolet, D. DeTurk, J. Michewicz, B. Roth, R. Geuis, M. DeTurk, J Frankhouser . 99 Tennis Anyone This year was a building one for the girls' tennis team. Led by second-year Berks County All-Star Team member Dori Brown, they put out a lot of effort and gave it their all. Carl Sternberg, coaching for the first year, assisted the girls and built up the much needed morale of the team. TOP: D. Romich, I. Jacobson. CENTER LEFT: FIRST ROW: R. Essig, H. Schoen, S. Hertz. SECOND ROW: I. Miller, L. Frederick. CENTER RIGHT: D. Brown. BOTTOM: FRONT: R. Fegley, coach. STANDING: B.Cronan, J. Bastian, B. Gilbert, I. Pace, D. Romich, J. Jacobson, A. Leifer, D. Hamilton. Fore! The golf team, under Mr. Feg1ey's coaching, had an excellent season. They finished with an 8-2 record, good enough for second place in their division. Dana Romich, Billy Gilbert, and Jacques Jacobson participated in the Berks County tour- nament, with Dana and Bily going to the District 3 tour- nament. IO0 1 l.. Q, w':.wi'u.. . nf. FSS:-42 TOP: FIRST ROW: JUNIOR VARSITY: D. Frymoyer, D. I-Iertzog, D. Franco, A. Thompson, R. Bender. SECOND ROW: VARSITY: K. Ravel, E. Babczek, J. Ford, J. Jacobson, M. Henry, R. Fegely, coach. CENTER: GIRLS' JUNIOR VARSITY AND VARSITY: FIRST ROW: K. Young, B. Knabb, D. Snyder, G. Davis, M. Ford. M. Speck. L. Shefter. SECOND ROW: D. Spatz, coach: J. Bates, D. Rutt, D. Gerbino, H. Schanzenbach, R. Gettis. Bowlin Teams "Roll" fo Win! Strike! Strike! Strike! No, we're not talking about baseball. We're talking about bowling. This year's boys' and girls' bowling teams were coached by Mr. Roger Fegely and Mrs. Donna Spatz respectively. Jacques Jacobson led the boys team in efforts to finish with a near .500 record. The girls, led by Rosalie Gettis, fin- ished with a 28-20 record. The enthusiasm instilled in both teams helped them to achieve their goals. lOl JV's Husfle The Girls' Junior Varsity was a young but strong team. All their games were played with a true team effort. Their fine record exemplified their power- ful will to win and ability to work together. to TOP: FRONT: L. Frederick, D. Bender, D. Kiebach. STANDING: M. Chafey. B. Clouser, L. limski, D. Gettis, K Baer. CENTER RIGHT: MANAGERS: H. Schoen, R. Gettis, C. Wittich. 102 ,V LCE jeg 13 I 9 76- 7 7 Girls ' Baskefball Record Ileag uel VARSITY JAYVEE MPHS Opposition MPHS 44 52 Twin Valley 26 13 38 45 Sch'kill Valley 16 13 54 51 Fleetwood 26 19 31 26 Brandywine 15 24 62 40 Tulpehocken 23 22 52 26 Kutztown 23 24 53 55 Daniel Boone 18 16 43 49 Oley 27 17 50 56 Twin Valley 28 10 47 43 Sch'kill Valley 26 19 33 29 Fleetwood 19 16 51 43 Brandywine 27 12 64 42 Kutztown 29 35 55 43 Tulpehocken 21 25 49 46 Daniel Boone 25 20 38 39 Oley 15 17 mn., Girls Qfrive for Perfecfion The Girls' Basketball team's record in '77 was a perfect example of what a determined group of athletic young women can achieve when their goals are high. Their goals were attained when they entered the playoffs. The Mounts were led by Jodie Michewicz, who aver- aged 24 points per game and Lori Ritter who wasn't far behind her. Coach Strickler's never- ,ff ceasing guidance helped put the girls over the top. TOP: FIRST ROW: B. Hoverter, J. Hoellman, B. Roth, M. Werner. SECOND ROW: J. Yoder, J. Michewicz, L. Ritter, D. DeTurck. 104 rf we Wiki? we 3 L-N ' 'win 1 ,-Q1 ,gat ni, aw . .ws ,ffl , x M- ' X.,' Efxiiii' 4 K W ,M J g M, 105 JV's Sform fo Winning Season Our boys' Junior Varsity team has stormed through a good sea- son of basketball. They have won most of their games through practice and hard work. Mr. Becker deserves credit in shap- ing up and coaching a winning team. X ff OPPOSITE PAGE: FIRST ROW: B. Derr, I. Schein, R. Davis, G. Weiss, S. Wittich, A. Leifer, S. Hollenbach. SECOND ROW: D. Spengler, manager: Mr. R. Becker, coach: D. Faust. G. Shuman, S. Stech, D. Parese, I. Wescott, Mt. Coates, assistant coach: B. Rankin and N. Zebert, managers. NQQMQ -wr Mounfs Qhoof for fhe Qfars I ,. -.. NA .f ,.,l ,,,1,,,,,,, , M The Boys Varsity Basket- ball team could always be seen hustling together -as a team. The blend of the first five proved too much for most opponents, as can be seen by their record. The team's finesse can only be surpassed by their ability to execute precision plays. Led by leading scorer Scott Landis, and the rest of the backcourt - Jim Pace and Keith Hartman - the ball was always kept near the hoop. With the addition of guards Dean Porcaro and Barry Stein, the Mounts had a solid team with which to work. After fighting so hard the entire season, the Mounts were rewarded with a berth in the playoffs. The boys on the team can be proud of themselves. They were shooting for the stars and they almost made it. 108 t - l'll .l j5,,,..,...- X KNEELING: N. Bingaman, M. Johnson. SITTING: D. Hamilton and B. Mar, managers: C. McCaw, G. Choyka, coachg J. Pace, co-captain: G. Koch, R. Kitchenoff. STANDING: B. Stein, co-captain: G. Bonda, S. Landis. SITTING ON TOP: K. Hartman, D. Porcaro. 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I ' f ' 25 Q l Q If A- A - Overall Record 13-11 League Record 11-5 Kitchenoff Landis McCaw Pace Srein Bingaman Koch Porcaro Bonda Total Team Points Score Points Given Up Offensive Average 55.18 Defensive Average 51.06 HO 0.4 total average points per game 15 219 32 219 96 55 2 129 O -ui I 976- 7 7 Boys' Baskefball Record VARSITY JAYVEE MPHS Opposition MPHS 45 63 i'Central Catholic 53 34 34 66 ':'Holy Name 40 '70 i'Conrad Weiser 68 20 47 65 :FHoly Name 64 22 45 69 'FExeter 60 29 49 53 Twin Valley 33 45 50 44 Schuylkill Valley 62 28 45 4'7 Fleetwood 38 40 60 46 Hamburg 40 25 '72 69 Pine Grove 48 50 4'7 51 Brandywine 35 39 59 56 Kutztown 39 36 52 3'7 Tulpehocken 32 48 64 5'7 Daniel Boone 45 51 59 46 Oley 42 40 46 52 Twin Valley 40 52 52 50 Schuylkill Valley 36 49 58 56 Fleetwood 36 35 39 61 :f'St. Pius X 56 54 56 54 Brandywine 41 33 '71 55 Tulpehocken 2'7 '73 5'7 68 Kutztown 45 52 59 35 Daniel Boone 4'7 60 69 56 Oley 43 '70 tFNon-League Age ccly 7 Cheerleaders Full of Qpirif 112 W., M. f . ,V , , , Q I' ...ri me f l e is Fi T' This year's cheerleaders showed more spirit than Mt. 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' Q . if NK 1- ff xl jf J 'rl ' X ,ff ft - ' I r' If M X" ' , A ' Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Many Thanks fo Our Sponsors Paul Adam J Charles Enoch Walter Zielinski Matt Zielinski Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. John F. Reisigd i Wilbur Moyer Mrs . Anna Zielinski Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Cherie and A1 Nicholas Cuifici Richard Daubert Lester VanSickel Bernard Bukowski Robert Daubert R lan Mike and Janet Mr . and Mrs . Robert G . Haag Randy T. Haag David J. Lopez A Executive Committee of '76 Mr. and Mrs. Mr. A and Mrs. Bill Bush Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Carl J . Auchter Lee Bush Vincent Pollack Lee Steigerwalt James T . DiGiacomo Jean Skrincosky Susan Ann Rooney Greg and Patty Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Brown J. Care Borelli Mr. and Mrs. E. Frederick Brossman Mr. and Howard Edsall Frau Sweigart Kathy Balentine Chad Wheeler Mrs. Sweigart Berkshire Ford Tim Pankowski Kathy Mr. Eyer Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Segro Oscar Hollenbach Joseph Dwyer Carl Hollenbach Scott Hollenbach Steven Hollen Michelle Sant bach ee Bob and Marcia Spiess Deb Davis S. Gentry Davis Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Milliken Miss Joyce Brobst Mr. and Mrs . Vernon L . Murray Debbie Murray LeVan Mrs. Rosemary Dunkelberger A Mr . and Mrs . Ronald Shupp Terry and Kurt Shawne Wolfe Diane Dzon ScottClark Donna Ennis Joyce Burham Andilohnson Russ Davis Smallbore Racing Club y Keith and Kathy Frank A . Orlando . Rosalie Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Gettis Tammy and Jimmy "Nookie Woman" Bryan Myers Mr. and Mrs. Gene W. Stuber Mr. and Mrs. Keith Ruch Mr. and Mrs.James M. Ranck Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Heim Mr. and Mrs. Roger Brown Jean E. Wittich Fred S. Wittich Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Barry Sload Mr. and Mrs. Karl Pfahl Junior and the Seniors Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Sands Thomas Lipovsky Mallicka's Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Angela Golowski JudyiMullen Tammy Kauffman Larry Lubas Mrs. Ringler Mr. and Mrs. Strausse Alice Hitchcock Mr. and Mrs. Lenton Jeanie and Bill Mrs. Connie Katzin Mr. Kenneth LeVan Mr. and Mrs. R. Chase Mr. and Mrs. Gierschick Herbert Williams Beethoven L Miriam Buono, Frank DeGeorge Mary DeGeorge Rod DeGeorge Bridgette DeGeorge Stanley Smolnick and Family MEL T.V. Sc Appliance Chris McLaughlin Mom Mundell Betsy Mundell Lisa Mundell Jan Mundell Michell DeTurk Mrs. Barbara Tobias David Scott Sarge ' A A Mr. and Mrs. George Stamm Ted Borek i A L J Mr. and Mrs. Robert Koch Cindy Koch Mrs. Patricia Spatz Mr. Wilma Spatz Donna Spatz J Nancy and Charles Getrost Judy Qurk Mrs. Kathy Green . BethSinger Noele Mazzo Sandy Hertz Keith Backer' S Mr. and Mrs. E. Stein Mr. and Mrs. Richard Smith Jr. KenfRavel to Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. 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