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B etty Weidner Home Room Presidents 12A Edwin Biehl 12B Herbert Walborn 12C Robert Rothenberger Class Colors Maroon and Gray Class Flower Red Rose with Lilies of the Valley Class Motto Life Begins in '40 , 4... ,M Dear Alma Mater Now y0u're held in memory By the nineteen forty class Who grew within your walls of fame These six years, now the past. If these walls could tell stories Of how the graduates grew, They would reveal the joy we found Behind the Gold and Blue. Although we cross your threshold And turn aside from thee, Weill share the joys we shared before As we live in memory. By Betty Bach, l2B. Class Song We raise our voices in song, Our loyal hearts keep beating high, As we express our gratitude To you dear Muhlenberg High. Our pleasant school days now o'er, The time of parting has drawn nigh And so we sadly bid farewell To you dear Muhlenberg High. By Betty Bach, 12B. Township Honor Students Emily Greenawald Walter Koch Dorothy Moll Eleanor Schubert Dorothy Phillips Mary Ellen Heilman Esther Becker Dorothy Kiehl Ruth Benner Donald Reinhold Harold Sassaman Thomas Stoudt Betty Weidner Dorothy Lindenmuth Geraldine Anderson Albert Stefan Virginia Henne Robert Rothenberger Norman Christ Wanda Adams Betty Bach June Bender Marjorie Boyer Catharine Degler Catherine Epler Class Roll Fern Hill Kathryn Hoffman Betty Hollinger Gladys Hoover Emma Ketterer Jean Kirschman Mildred Levan Doris Miller Jean Miller Mae Moyer Edith Oxenreider Dorothy Paul Dorothy Pehlman Florence Reed Violet Reed Virginia Rogers Dorothy Rubright Ethel Shearer Catherine SOHHIIOS Kathryn Spengler Emma Mae Staver Virginia Stout Jane Thiele Betty Tinclle Florence Viering Richard Bare Robert Beadle Edwin Biehl Raymond Boyer Charles Brown Richard Dunkel Clifford Ebersole Richard Fehr Roger Gallo Wayne Gasser William Geisler Donald Glick Elmer Gottschall Albert Grim C. Edgett Hagan jack Hall Franklin Hoffa Howard lrwin Raymond jones Walter Kramer Philemon Kurzweg jack Miller Richard Miller Harold Moyer Frederick Pehlman Joseph Rea Eugene Reed Adam Rentschler Arthur Rothenberger Dorwin Searfoss Albert Selig William Selin George Semmel Robert Speidel Charles Speth Melvin Strausser William Thomas Herbert Walborn Charles Weibley Richard Westervelt Edwin Wummer Arlington Zellers Bentley Ziegler Dorothy Fritz UHLE BERG OBSER ER Entered :ls second-class mail, November 26, 15428, :it Lziureldale, Pa., Post Office, under Act of March 3, 1879. Published monthly by the students of Muhlenberg Township High School, Laureldale, Pennsylvania. ,Q 4 Q. S M ml BER rmgfhmm Al CII . . ' 'i 'f' e- '-X. SM 01494. Qullltb, f ff .EEE :sr mn l939'40 LOUMY ,AD ' w gin dgr pr Pehss ' :mei ij 5-'lssm "' 9 - GQ lllllll- Assoc. Scnotl. 1. All-American Rating,N.S.P.A.,1930-1940. 3. First Place Rating, C.S.P.A. 1937-40. All-Columbian in 2. First Place Rating, P.S.P.A., 1930-34, 12135-40, 'l'ypogr:tphy, 19324-1940. 4. International Honor Rating, Quill and Scroll, 1939. EXECUTIVES Emily Gres-uawsild .............,............... Editor SPORTS EDITORS Esther Becker ...................... Assistant Editor C. Edgett Hagan, Catharine Epler Dorothy Moll ...... ..... I leadline Editor Dorothy Phillips ,...,.............,., Make-up Editor COPYREADERS . Esther Becker, Eleanor Schubert, Emily Greenawald ASSISTANTS Jane Thiele, Dorothy Lindenmuth, Virginia Stout ELEVENTH GRADE STAFF MEMBERS Ann Scheifele, Helen Beamsderfer, Helen PAGE EDITORS Kurtyka, Marjorie Kramer, Max Weller, William Esther Becker Dorothy Phillips Beck, Evelyn Naftzinger, Russell Ogan, Betty Catherine Epler Dorothy Kiehl Claire Voeste, Ray McKently, Dorothy Schick, Elmer Reidel, Minnie Mabry, Salome Ulle, Helen ADVERTISING Hollenhach. Eleanor Schubert, Manager ' Russell Ogan Esther Becker Faculty Advertising Manager .... ...... I-I . G. Gerberlch Jean Miller William Geisler Faculty Circulation Manager ..... ..... K . H. Schmehl Faculty Adviser ................. ..... L . B. Mearig CIRCULATION William Geisler ......,....,................. Manager Ethel Shearer .............. . ...... Exchange Editor Volume 13, Number 10 Jlllle 6, 1940 ,X L 4 1' -L YJ. Twelfth Annual Commencement of he Muhlenberg Towliship High School Thursday and Friday Evenings June 6 and 7, 1940 'GLEST WE FORGET" PROLOGUE Music by the high school orchestra ..,..,,........,,.., B. E. Williams, conductor Piano solo with orchestral accompaniment ........,,..,... Donald Glick, pianist Scene I-This scene shows soldiers of different ages and countries and brings out the general theme of the program, peace. CHARACTERS Patria ......,..,... ....,......... ...................,.., ......,4.,..............,.....,.. V i r ginia Stout Attendants to Patria ..... ......,. D orothy Paul, Violet Reed, Ethel Shearer Heralds .....,...,,.......... ,.........4..4.,.. .... D o rothy Pehlman, Betty Tindle Standard Bearers ..,...,...,..........,,..,,...,....,,..,, Mae Moyer, Florence Viering Peace ..................,.........,...........................,............,.,.,........ Eleanor Schubert Soldiers of many lands-Robert Beadle, Edwin Biehl, Raymond Boyer, Charles Brown, Norman Christ, Clifford Ebersole, Richard Dunkel, Richard Fehr, Wayne Gasser, Roger Gallo, William Geisler, Donald Glick, Albert Grim, Jack Hall, C. Edgett Hagan, Franklin Hoffa, Howard lrwin, Raymond jones, Walter Koch, Walter Kramer, jack Miller, Richard Miller, Harold Moyer, Frederick Pehlman, Joseph Rhea, Eugene Reed, Adam Rentschler, Arthur Rothen- berger, Robert Rothenberger, Dorwin Searfoss, Harold Sassaman, Albert Selig, William Selin, George Semmel, Robert Speidel, Charles Speth, Albert Stefan, Thomas Stoudt, Melvin Strausser, William Thomas, Herbert Walborn, Charles Weibley, Richard Westervelt, Edwin Wummer, Arlington Zellers, Bentley Ziegler. Music by Soldiers-"Soldiers Chorus from Faust' '....,.....,...,....,,. Gounod Carr. by Walker and Williams, Adagio farr. by Williamsl ..,.,.........,......... .........r....,.......... Brass Quartet Elmer Gottschall, Donald Reinhold, Bruce Kurzweg, William Miller Scene ll-The Trojan Women ,........... A...,.,,..,.........,.....,...............,....., E uripides CHARACTERS Poseidon, god of the sea .............. Richard Bare Hecuba, queen of Troy ....,.... ....,,.. E mily Greenawald Cassandra, a prophetess ....,.... .. ......,,............, Ruth Benner Andromache, wife of Hector ,....,..... ....., , Mary Ellen Heilman Helen, wife of Menelaus .................,... ..........,. D orothy Phillips Talthybius, herald of the Greeks ,....... ...,....,.,..., W alter Koch Menelaus, king of Sparta ,..,......,...,,........,...... ......... ....... R o bert Speidel Leader of Chorus ....... ,.,.,...,....... .,.........,..,..,.......... E s ther Becker Chorus of captive Trojan women-jean Miller, Catherine Sofianos, Dor- othy Fritz, Gladys Hoover, Wanda Adams, Betty Bach, Dorothy Kiehl, Jane Thiele, Geraldine Anderson, Florence Reed, Fern Hill, Dorothy Rubright, Dorothy Moll, Betty Weidner: captive Trojan women, Virginia Henne, jean Kirschman, Mildred Levan, Virginia Rogers, Kathryn Spengler, Kathryn Hoffman, Emma Ketterer, Doris Miller, Emma Mae Staver, June Bender, Marjorie Boyer, Catherine Epler, Betty Hollinger, Dorothy Lindenmuth, Edith Oxenreider, Catharine Deglerg soldiers attendant on Talthybius, Herbert Wal- born, Roger Gallo, Edwin Wummer, Arthur Rothenbergerg soldiers attendant on Menelaus, Joseph Rea, Richard Miller, Albert Selig, George Semmel Chorale-Mendelssohn ........,.....,............. ...................,...... B rass Quartet Carr. by Williamsj EPILOGUE Song-"Rec:-rssional''-DeKoven .......,. .....,...,.,.,.,.......,,....,.. S enior Class Epilogue Address ..,.... r.,..............,..,..,........... .,.....,..,....,.. D o nald Reinhold Presentation of diploma ...,.. Franklin Link, president, board of school directors Acceptance of diploma ..,...........,,.....,,.....,..... Edwin Biehl, senior class president Announcement of Awards March-"Semper Fidelisn-Sousa ..........,,.,..,,..r............,.....,....,........... Orchestra Senior members of orchestra-Donald Glick, Elmer Gottschall, Howard lrwin, Philemon Kurzweg, Donald Reinhold, Robert Speidel, Charles Speth, Charles Weibley, Mary Ellen Heilman, Ethel Shearer Production Staff-C. D. Getz, English teacher, director, Miss E. E. Staudt, history teacher and Mrs. H. A. Ramsay, English teacher, associate direc- torsg W. B. Johnson, metal shop teacher, director of stage and lighting' Miss A. H. Horton, music teacher, and Mr. Williams, music directors 7 'v -if 5 I 1 fait Fern Hill Commercial: 0. G. A. Club 125 Chorus 12. Fern, who is one of the taller senior girls, served as secretary to Miss I. L. Ebling, home economics teacher, in her last year. "Spooks" places bicycle riding, traveling, skating and dancing on her list of favorite hobbies. Most of her spare- time is spent in reading a good book. After leaving Muhlenberg Fern hopes to obtain some kind of a secretarial position. The class of '40 extends its best wishes. Emily Greenawald Academic: Chorus 125 Observer 125 Debating 11, 125 Little Theatre Club 125 National Honor Society 11, 125 Girl Reserves 125 Quill and ScroII12. "Please hurry and get your assignment typed" is a frequent expression of this dark-haired senior who is editor-in-chief of the Obser- ver. "Em" is a quiet, studious lass who spoke on the var- sity debating team for two years and took part in sev- eral plays. Emily's ambition is to become a teacher. Dorothy Moll Academic: Chorus 125 Observer 125 Band 11, 125 Little Theatre Club 125 NHll0I1RlHOYl0I" Society 121 BHSKBUJHII 125 Girl Reserves 12. This small, studious miss hails from Molltown and is one of the more athletically inclined girls of the class, having played forward on the girls' basketball team and taken an active part in ten- nis. Dorothy is undecided as to her future plans but the class hopes her choice is a pro- gressive one. Betty Hollinger AC3d8YT'IlCl ch0I'US 12: Girl Reserves 125 Handwork Club 12. Betty is one of the studious members of the class al- though she has her lighter moments. She classes Ger- man her favorite subject. As a favorite pastime Bet- ty chooses attending motion pictures. Traveling and cook- ing are close seconds. Betty is undecided about the future, but may it bring her happiness. Dorothy Rubright Academic: Chorus 125 Girl Reserves 125 Handwork Clubr 12. Dot is one of the quiet members of the class and one of the few girls who en- joy sewing. She makes many of her own clothes. Other favorites of this blue-eyed miss are playing the piano and reading. Dorothy has not made any decisions about the future. Whatever you do, the class wishes you success for years to come. Jean Miller Academic: Cheerleading 125 Chorus 123 Observer 125 Little Theatre Club 125 Girl Reserves 12. Short, brunette and brown eyes describe this 12A miss who was seen leading cheers at basketball games during the past year. t'Kitten" likes dramatics and participated in the sen- ior class play. Looking into the future perhaps Jean will be seen Wearing a nurses' cap, as that is her ambition. E. Jane Thiele Academic: Chorus 125 Observer 125 Girl Reserves 125 Little Theatre Club 12. Jane is an enthusiastic fol- lower of the flying profes- sion. Stunt flying is the out- standing part of aviation in Jane's estimation. Art and English rank as Thie1e's favorite subjects at school while at home she prefers to make new and fancy foods in the kitchen. After graduation Jane in- tends to become a dental hy- gienist. Good luck Jane! Florence Viering Academic: Handwork Club 12. "Sis" enjoys serving the public for she is employed as a waitress in a restaurant at Pricetown. When she isn't roller skating on the side- walks of Temple she spends her leisure time knitting or reading a good book. Flor- ence rates typing as her fav- orite subject. Floss is not certain of her plans after graduation, but the class sincerely hopes she will have little trouble mak- ing up her mind. I- Warfda Adams Academic: Chorus 12. If by chance you hear a peculiar laugh coming from a very small blonde lass you can be assured that it is Wanda. Wanda holds the record of being the shortest girl in the class of '40. In the future she intends to bedeck those blonde locks with a white nurses' cap and maybe become an air hostess. Success to you, Wanda! Gladys Hoover Academic: Chorus 125 Typing Club 125 Girl Reserves 12. This titian haired, blue- eyed miss was an active member of the Girl Reserves, serving as decoration chair- man and representative to the winter conference at Allentown. Glady's hobbies include reading and playing tennis. Hoover hopes to take up secretarial work after grad- uation and later cleaning for a certain young minister. Ethel Shearer Academic: Orchestra 10, 11, 125 Little Theatre Club 125 Observer 125 Girl Reserves 125 Quill and ScroII12. Besides having attained the highest rank in Camp Fire, that of Torchbearer, and receiving the Red Cross Sen- ior Life Saving award, this curly-haired miss found time to "tickle the ivorys" in the school orchestra for four years. She also spends much time reading and sewing. After graduation Ethel is planning to study music at West Chester State Teachers College. Jean Kirschman Academic: Girl Reserves 12: Chorus 125 Photography Club 12. This jolly miss, who serv- ed as president of the Photo- graphy Club and treasurer of the Girl Reserves during her senior year, is quite popular with her classmates. Jean is fond of swimming and dancing. She also enjoys art. To attend Bryland Insti- tute or study designing is her ambition. May good for- tune be yours in whichever field you choose. Catherine Epler Academic: Observer 125 Girl Reserves 125 Chorus 125 Girls' Industrial Arts Club 12. Pep, vim, and wit best de- scribe this energetic and talkative red-haired miss who served as girls' sports editor and feature editor on the Observer staff. "Red" has been active in Girl Reserve Work and sports during her senior high school career. 4 In the future "Cass" in- tends to find success by learning to be a chiropractor. Dorothy Fritz Academic: Typing Club125 Chorus12. This small miss has a pleasing personality and is full of fun. She is very musi- cal and plays a guitar in lo- cal entertaining units. Dotty is a Camp Fire Girl and enjoys camping and the outdoors. When she is not reading about her favorite subjects, which are chemis- try and German, she may be found collecting poems., ' After graduation "Fritzie" hopes to enter the field of nursing. v Virginia Stout Academic: Typing Club 125 Observer 125 Chorus 125 Girl Reserves 12. This brown-haired lass is rather musically inclined, having sung in the mixed chorus for three years. Ginny has no particular hobby, but enjoys sewing and remodeling clothing., She rates basketball and baseball ace high in the line of sports. After graduation Virgin- ials ambition is to obtain a position in the art field. Dorothy Paul Academic: Cheerleading 125 Band 10, 11, 125 Little The-atre Club 125 Girl Reserves 125 Observer 12. Hail to the girl and her trumpet! 'tDee" is the only senior girl who plays a trum- pet, and she is quite musial minded as she plays with three local bands and a local dance orchestra. This happy-go-lucky lass is quite popular with the op- posite sex. After graduation "Dep" would like to study to be a laboratory technician. Florence Reed Commercial: Chorus.125 Girl Reserves 12. Flossy classes shorthand her best-liked subject in school, and in her senior year she served as secretary to Miss F. A. M. Rahn, health teacher. In leisure time dancing rates tops with Floss, but baseball and basketball are other favorites. You can go a long way in this world if you try, Flor- ence. Dorothy Kiehl Commercial: Chorus 125 Observer 125 Girl Reserves 125 Little Theatre Club 12. This talkative lass hailing from Spring Valley was fourth page editor of the Ob- server during her senior year. Dot likes to participate in all sports. She places flower gardening as her hobby. 'fKid" would like to get a position as a filing clerk af- ter she is out of school. Class of '40 extends its best wishes to you Dorothy. Esther Becker Commercial: Chorus '125 Observer 125 Debating 125 Little Theatre Club 125 Girl Reserves 125 National Honor Society 12. Who knows? perhaps we have a future Walt Disney in the class. 'tEssie" is respons- ible for many of the cartoons seen on the blackboards and also for the Girl Reserve in- vitations. "Sissy" is assistant editor of the Observer and is also first page editor. After graduation Esther would like to attend business school. Emma Mae Staver Commercial: 0. G. A. Club 125 Chorus 125 Girl Reserves 12. Tall, slim and light-com- plexioned well describe this 12B- miss who was secretary to J. E. Harris, history tea- cher, during her senior year. Emma lists playing ten- nis and skating as her favor- ite sports. She was a mem- ber of the girls' track team for three years. Emma Mae chooses typing as a future profession. May good fortune be her guide in the future. June Bender Commercial: 0. G. A. Club 125 Chorus 125 Band 11, 12. June is one of the few girls in the senior class who does not have a nickname. She played first clarinet in the band for three years and was one of the four persons who represented Muhlenberg in the All-Eastern District Band of Pennsylvania. After graduation June plans to go to McCan1'1's School of Business. May she find success as she follows her business career. Virginia Rogers Commercial: Art Club 125 Chorus 125 Girl Reserves 12. Doing things - at home, sports of all kinds, and danc- ing are among the favorite pastimes of this energetic senior. Ginny says she likes his- tory best of all her subjects, especially the work on bud- gets and class discussions of domestic applications. After graduation Virginia would like to find a job. Best wishes, Virginia! Kathryn Spengler c0H1'lI'IOI"GlalI CHDYUS 121 Girl Reserves 12. Blonde hair, brown eyes, and quiet describe this com- mercial miss who enjoys tra- veling, dancing and going to moving pictures. "Butch" would like to ob- tain an office position after graduation, and if she doesn't get a job she plans to go to McCann's School of Business. The class wishes you suc- cess in the future, Kitty. Emma Ketterer Commercial: Chorus 125 Photography club 12. This brown haired, quiet miss rates reading and bi- cycling tops in pastimes. Emma served as secretary to Mrs. H. A. Ramsay, Eng- lish teacher, during her sen- ior year. After graduation Emma would like to be "somebody's stenogf' Good luck and suc- cess Emma! L yr A Doris 'Miller Commercial: Basketball 11, 12: Chorus 12: Girl Reserves 12. Small, jovial, and red nair describe Doris, who ser- ved as secretary to Miss F. Keller, commercial teacher, during her senior year. "Peg" rates basketball tops in the line of sports and played the position of guard on the girls' varsity basket- ball team. As to the future she is un- decided what she wants to do, but the class wishes her success and the best of luck. Dorothy Lindenmuth Commercial: Chorus 12: Basketball 12: Girl Reserves 12: Observer 12: 0. c.. A. Club 12. Dot is one of the athletic- ally inclined members of the class and played guard on the girls' varsity basketball team. Besides being head typist of the Observer staff she also served as secretary to L. B. Mearig, history and journa- lism teacher. After graduation Dorothy hopes to obtain a secretarial position. Mildred Levan Commercial: Chorus 12: Girl Reserves 12: Basketball 11, 12. This jolly miss was active in sports, having participat- ed in track and played guard on the girls' basketball team. Milly also served as sec- retary of the Girl Reserves during her senior year. After graduation she wish- es to obtain a position in an office. May your wish be ful- filled, Milly! Kathryn Hoffman Commercial: Chorus 12: 0. G. A. Club 12: Girl Reserves 12. Tall, blonde, and blue eyes may best describe this com- mercial miss Whose favorite pastimes include bicycling, dancing and roller skating. Kittie's hobby is collect- ing photographs of her friends and she can often be seen examining various col- lections of snapshots. Hofiie would like to obtain a secretarial position after graduation. Betty Weidner Home Economics: Chorus 12: National Honor Society 12: Basketball 12: Girl Reserves 12. "Schnick" is president of the Girl Reserves and a member of the National Honor Society. , Betty rates dfmcing ace high and can often be seen in the gym hopping to the latest song hits. Eating chicken patties is one of "Goon's'i favorite pastimes, while bicycling runs a close second. To be a waitress in a club is Betty's greatest ambition. Dorothy Phillips Commercial: Cheerleading 12: Obser- ver 12: Debating 10, 11, 12: Chorus 12: Little Theatre Club 12: National Honor Society 11, 12: Girl Reserves 12: Quill and Scroll 12. "Dottymae" is one of the more active girls in the sen- ior class, Whose prize posses- sion is her senior life saving certificate. . Dot took leads in. sev- eral major dramatic produc- tions during her high school career and is the only senior who spoke on the varsity de- bating team for three years. "Phil" hopes to study dra- matics after graduation. Catharine Degler Commercial: 0. G. A. Club 12. Catharine joined the class during her senior year, ori- ginally being a pupil of Reading Senior High School. "Tootie" likes basketball, volleyball, hiking, and sight- seeing trips. In the evening Catharine enjoys reading and listening to radio stories. Catharine served as sec- retary to Miss M. E. Gring, English teacher, and hopes to become a secretary after graduation. Dorothy Pehlman H0018 EClJl'l0I11lCSl Girl Reserves 122 Chorus 12. Brown eyes, black hair, small, with a pleasing per- sonality is how one would describe this senior miss. "Dollyi' likes to read and enjoys fiction books best. Another of her pastimes is playing cards, especially if she gets "aces". After graduation Dot hopes to become a waitress in a diner. May all your trays be fill- ed with success. Betty Bach Commercial: Chorus 125 0. G. A. Club 12. Betty is another of the more quiet girls of the class and ranks English and office practice her favorite subjects. Writing poetry is "Backy's" hobby. She already has had one poem published. Betty also likes to travel. To obtain a position as a typist in a newspaper oflice is Betty's aim for the future. Violet Reed Commercial: Chorus 12: Handwork Club 12. This quiet, brown-eyed 12B miss served as secretary to Miss E. E. Staudt, history teacher, during her senior year. Violet likes to embroider and read in her spare mo- ments. She enjoys hiking and basketball, too. Violet would like to find a position as a secretary in some olifice after graduation. Class of '40 hopes you will find success. Ruth Benner Commercial: Chorus 12, 0. G. A. Club 12. "Snooks," a demure, stu- dious, little girl who has taken an active part in school operettas and music pro- grams has the ambition to become a singer with a pop- ular orchestra. Ruthie served as secretary to J. W. White, mathematics teacher, during her senior year. After graduation Ruth would like to obtain a secre- tarial position. Catherine Sofianos Commercial: Chorus 125 Little Theatre Club 12. "Say it with flowers" is a saying that can often be heard coming from this Gre- cian miss of the senior class. Sophie works in her father's flower shop and hopes to con- tinue as a Florist after gradu- ation. Reading is her favorite pastime and she can often be found with a book in her hand. The class wishes you much luck, Catherine. Geraldine Anderson Commercial: Chorus 12: National Honor Society 12: Basketball 12: Handwork Club 12. Geraldine is one of the more active girls in the class and participates in almost any athletic event that comes along. Jerrie is a great admirer of dogs and has one as a pet. Her hobby is collecting arti- cles for her hope chest. Jerrie was the class secre- tary during her junior and senior years and hopes to se- cure a secretarial position after graduation. Betty Tindle Commercial: Chorus 12: Girl Reserves 12. This popular, brown-hair- ed, brown-eyed, little miss who hails from Temple Heights is known as one of Muhlenberg's first-class jit- terbugs. "Chubby," who rates ice skating tops, can usually be seen with members of the opposite sex. In the future Betty would like to be "somebody's sten- Og 1: Virginia Henne Commercial: Chorus 12. This quiet, studious and diminutive red-haired miss classes sewing and collecting dolls from various countries as her favorite pastimes. Ginny served as secretary to C. Burg, history teacher, :luring her senior year. In her junior year, she represented Muhlenberg in bookkeeping at the annual commercial contests held at Bloomsburg. In the future, Virginia would like to obtain a posi- tion in the commercial field. Edith Oxenreider Commercial: Chorus 12: Handwork Club 12. This good natured miss rates reading and making equipment for her hope chest as her most interesting pas- times. "Edie" enjoys all types of sports and was a member of the girls' track team. During her senior year she was secretary to Miss K. E. Humma, sewing teacher.-Af- ter graduation Edith hopes to become "somebody's stenogf' Good luck, Edith. k C- WLIA rw- t . fl W' as IN Mae Moyer Home Economics:. Girl Reserves 12: Chorus 12. Introducing you to an am- bitious miss of the home eco- nomics section who served as Girl Reserve refreshment committee chairman and has been one of the most active workers in the kitchen at various teas, dinners and luncheons during the last year. Mae is fond of dancing as a pastime. She classes sewing as her favorite subject. A f t e r graduation Mae would like to become a wait- ress at a soda fountain. Mary Ellen Hellman Academic: National Honor Society 125 Little Theatre Club 12: Orchestra 11, 12: Band 10, 11, 12: Chorus 12. Should you hear some sweet clarinet strains coming from behind a closed door it's ten to one that it is Mary Ellen practising. This little but mighty miss took part in Camp Fire and Little 'Theatre Club produc- tions as well as the class play. Her ambition is to become a music teacher. Here's a note to success, Mary Ellen. Eleanor Schubert Commercial: Chorus 12: Girl Reserves 12: National Honor Society 11, 123 Observer 12: "M" Club 12: Basket- ball 11, 12: Track 11, 12: Tennis 11, 12: Little Theatre Club 12: Debating 11, 12: Quill and Scroll 12. Eleanor is sweet sixteen, the youngest and one of the more versatile members of the senior class. During her senior year her interests centered around girls' sports, Girl Reserves work and journalism. Eleanor's many qualities will assure her of success in whatever position she ac- quires after leaving school. Marjorie Boyer Academic: Art Club 123 Chorus 12. Whenever there is a con- cert or a lecture held within reasonable distance it is very likely you'll find this quiet miss among those present. Margie spends much of her leisure time making scrap- books, and during the sum- mer months indulges in her favorite sports, which are swimming and badminton. Marjorie has made no Final decision as to what she will do after graduation, but the class wishes her luck and success. Raymond E. Boyer Industrial: Chorus 12. Raymond is another one ol' the taller members of the class, reaching to a height of six feet. "Bud", as he is known to his friends, rates shop as his favorite subject. He consumes most of his spare time by target shoot- ing. After graduation "Bud" is going to General Motors Automobile School, Flint, Mich. Good luck, "Bud". Dorwin Searfoss Industrial: Hunting and Fishing Club 12: Chorus 12. Although Dorwin has no definite plans his main aim is to get a job after grad- uation. Metal shop is "Duddie's" best liked subject. He thinks nothing is quite so much fun as playing soccer and he may be seen doing this in his spare time. May you reach your goal of success, Dorwin. A Charles Brown General: Chorus 12. t'Charlie" is an air minded individual, as his main in- terest lies in flying. After graduation he intends to join the United States Army Air Corps. Listening to the radio and reading good books take up most of his spare time. Good luck, Charles. The class wishes you success and happiness. Richard Bare Academic: Basketball 12: Athletic Club 12: National Honor Society 12. Participating in sports is the way in which "Fat" likes to spend his time. Besides playing forward on the var- sity basketball team, Bare also played baseball. When not enagaged in some sport "Fat" also likes to work on the farm. Richard would like to go to college after graduation and study chemistry. George Semmel Industrial: Basketball 11, 12: Hunting and Fishing Club 12. Manager of the boys, var- sity basketball team is the position George held during the past season. Besides bas- ketball he also enjoys base- ball and soccer. Among Semmel's hobbies are Working with wood, around cars, and with mo- tors. ln the future George intends to become a machin- ist or Work in a steel mill. The class wishes you well, George. Adam Rentschler Commercial: Hall Patrol 12: Band 10, 11, 12: 0. G. A. Club 12. Adam is one of the musical minded boys of the class and has played the trumpet in the school band since seventh grade. "Ad" spends his spare time listening to the radio and driving a car. Hunting, swimming and fishing rate high as his hob- bies. After graduation Adam hopes to enter bookkeeping school or obtain a position in an office. Donald Reinhold Academic: Band 10, 11, 12: Orchestra 10, 11, 12: Chorus 12: Soccer 11, 12: Little Theatre Club 12: National Honor Society 11, 12: Swimming 10, 11, 12: Hall Patrol 12. Dinny is one of the ener- getic lads of the class who played the trombone in the school band and orchestra for several years and also plays in a local dance band. Donald plans to attend Wyomissing Polytechnic ln- stitute to prepare for a ca- reer in chemical engineering. William Thomas Commercial: Chorus 12: Stage Club 12. Carrying newspapers is the way this 12B lad earns his spending money. Besides doing this Bill likes to build model air- planes and go fishing. He chooses baseball and basket- ball as his favorite sports. During his senior year Thomas served as secretary to R. L. Brown, health tea- cher. William is undecided about the future, but would like to join the air corps. Elmer Gottsehall Industrial: Band 10, 11, 12: Drcheltra 10, 11, 12. Elmer played a trombone in the school band and or- chestra for the past Hve years. "Babe" is also a mem- ber of a local orchestra and the Metropolitan Band, Laur- eldale. Elmer uses up most of his spare time playing table ten- nis and helping his father work on a milk truck. After graduation "Babe" intends to work at a dairy. Robert Rothenberger Industrial: Soccer 11, 12: Basketball 10, 11, 12: Baleball 11: National Honor Society 12. "Bops" is a small but mighty athlete who has earn- ed letters in soccer, baseball and basketball. He is the only member of the senior class who played on the var- sity basketball team for three years. "Ace" served as president of 12C home room in his sen- ior year. "Bops" hopes to become a carpenter after graduation. Frederick B. Pehlman General: Art Club 12. 'fFreddie" is one of the jo- vial members of the senior class and rates talking his fa- vorite pastime. During his senior year he served as secretary to E. B. Reinert, geography teacher. "Pelly" likes to go to foot- ball and hockey games, and builds boats as a hobby. "Pelly" at present is un- decided as to what he is go- ing to do after graduation. Bentley Ziegler Industrial: Table Tennis Club 12: Chorus 12. Here is Muhlenberg's num- ber one tennis man. Bentley was an active tennis team member in his junior and senior years. In his spare time Ben likes to take part in some kind of sport, especially basketball or tennis. After graduation this lad intends to get a job, but as yet is undecided what kind. Good luck, Bentley. Albert Grim Commercial: Ghorus,12: 0. G. A. club 12. Albert is one of the more quiet members of the class. He enjoys most sports but prefers baseball, fishing, hik- ing, bicycling, or a good game of marbles. Grimmy's favorite subject is office practice. He was secretary to W. B. Johnson, metal shop teacher, and wishes to secure a sec- retarial position after gradu- ation. May luck be your best companion as you go on your way. Clifford Ebersole General: Art Club 125 Chorus 12. Cliff is one of the taller members of the senior class. He reaches to a height of 6 feet 1 inch. His favorite pastimes are playing cards and horseback riding. Cliff rates swimming tops in sports. After graduation Cliff ex- pects to work for his father, dredging coal from the Schuylkill River. Class of '40 wishes you success. Thomas Stoudt Academic: Hunting and Fishing Club 12. Tom is very fond of out- door life and spends his sparetime hunting and fish- ing. He also enjoys playing baseball and softball. Chemistry is this lads fav- orite subject. Stoudt has made no defin- ite plans for the future. The class, however, wishes him the best of luck. Robert S. Beadle Industrial. Robert's main interest lies in the field of aviation. If he cannot get a job after grad- uation he would like to join the United States Army Air Corps. Dancing rates tops with 'lBug" and consumes most of his leisure time. May success and happiness come your way, Robert. J.. William Geisler Commercial: Table Tennis Club 12: Hall Patrol-12: Observer 12: Chorus 12. Will likes to collect stamps, used envelopes. and match book covers in his spare time. After school hours he works in a garage at Temple. During his senior year Will served as circulation mana- ger for the Observer and secretary to K. H. Schmehl, mathematics teacher. After graduation Wi1liam's ambition is to own and oper- ate a garage and gas station of his own. Philemon B. Kurzweg Academic: Orchestra 125 Band 11, 125 Soccer 10, 11, 12: Chorus 129 Hall Patrol 12. Playing drums and listen- ing to the radio occupy much of Phil's spare time, while gym, history and mathematics are his best lik- ed subjects. "Coach" hopes to enter a college to study physical ed- ucation or music composi- tion. ln case Kurzy doesn't go to college he would like to play in some orchestra. Here's hoping you make a good score in whatever you follow, Phil. Joseph Rea Academic: Little Theatre Club 12: Hall Patrol 12. "l'm not in love with any subject" is Joe's confession about his school work. Al- though he reaches into the atmosphere only 5 feet 415 inches Rea possesses a fine physique and rates boxing as his hobby, but finds it difiicult to get atrecipient for his "sleeping powder" right. After obtaining his release from Muhlenberg Joe wants to join the navy and see the world. Bon Voyage! , Harold J. Moyer General. Harold is a quiet member of the senior class. t'Chief", as he is known to his friends, is a fire-fighting fan and goes to most of the local fires, if he is not in school. "Chief,' is fond of playing cards and enjoys going to see hockey and football games. After graduation Harold would like to get a job 'as a chauffeur. Good luck, Har- old! Robert Speidel Academic: Hall Patrol 125 Orchestra 10, 11, 125 Band 10, 11, 125 Little Theatre Club 125 Debating 11, 125 National Honor Society 125 Chorus 12. Dramatics, sports, and mu- sic were included in this stu- dious lad's extra-curricular program. Bob portrayed a leading role in the senior class play and was a member of the varsity debating team. After Speidel leaves Muh- lenberg he hopes to become either a chemical or electri- cal engineer. Roger Gallo Industrial: Baseball 10, 11. Roger is one of the athlet- ically inclined members of the class as sports constitute the major part of this tall, dark-haired lad's activities. i'Roge" rates baseball and basketball as tops in this field. "Roge'l is undecided as to what he intends to do after graduation. The class wishes you success and happiness, Roger. Charles Speth Academic: Orchestra 10, 11, 125 Debating 11, 125 Swimming 10, 11, 125 Little Theatre Club 12, Chorus 12. Charles is one of the more talkative boys of the class and he rates working at a sporting goods store in Read- ing as his favorite pastime. "Spethie" has served on the varsity debating team for the past two years and is al- ways ready to start a debate on any subject one can men- tion. ln the future Charlie hopes to take up business adminis- tration. Howard Irwin Academic: Orchestra 10, 11, 125 Band 10, 11, 125 Chorus 125 Hall Patrol 125 Table Tennis Club 12. Howard played a saxa- phone in the high school or- chestra for four and one-half years. Experimenting and model building are two things he indulges in during his spare time. Another favorite pas- time of his is eating ice cream sodas. As to the future lrwin's one ambition is to get into the aviation field. William Selin Academic: Hydroponics Club 12. Billy is one of the more quiet members of the class. Building model airplanes and driving a car are his favorite pastimes, while mathematics is his best-liked subject. Selin is not certain of what he will do in the future, but he is very much interested in aviation. Success to you, B-ill! John Hall Industrial. If you see a quiet, light curly-haired, hazel-eyed lit- tle fellow roaming around the school with a group of senior boys, it is Jack. When "Coke" is not study- ing he can be found fooling around or tearing apart au- tomobiles. One of his favor- ite expressions is "Heck." In the future Jackie's am- bition is to get a job, prefer- ably at a steel mill. Raymond Jones Industrial. Raymond is a small dark- haired, dark-eyed lad who takes great interest in travel- ing, after having traveled through several of the south- ern and western states. Ray's favorite subject is mechanical drawing and his hobby is stamp collecting. Raymond's ambition is to go to Texas and work in the oil fields. May luck and good fortune attend you as you go on your way. Edwin Wummer Academic: Basketball 125 Athletic Club 12. Eddie was one of the guards on the varsity basket- ball team during his senior year. He also participated in Various other sports of which he chooses baseball as his favorite. Wummer is a Sportsman and enjoys hunting and fish- ing. Edwin is undecided what to take up after graduation, but the class hopes he will prosper in the future. Edwin T. Biehl Academic: Soccer 10, 11, 125 Hall Patrol 125 National Honor Society 125 Chorus 125 Little Theatre Club 12. "Moose'! played fullback on the Muhlenberg soccer team and also on the Muh- lenberg Junior Eastern Penn- sylvania Championship squad. He putters around in track a bit, too. Eddie piloted the class of '40 during his senior year. After commencement day Biehl hopes to continue his education in a local college, probably Albright. Good luck, Eddie! Richard Westervelt Industrial: Athletic Club 12. Richard rates dashing around with his pals and all types of sports as his favor- ite pastimes, and metal shop and physical education as his best-liked subjects. For the past few summers Dick worked as a helper on a coal truck, but after complet- ing his high school course he intends to seek employment at the Carpenter Steel Com- pany. May success accompany you, Dick! Arlington Zellers lntlustrial: Hunting and Fishing Club 12. Meet Jitterbug Zellers! t'Arlie" enjoys dancing al- most as well as he enjoys boating, another of his pas- times. Zellers rates hunting and Hshing high. He returned home from Lycoming County with a seven point buck during the hunting season. In the future he hopes to become a salesman. Here's hoping you reach your goal, "Arlie!" Eugene Reed Industrial. "Strumming the banjo and slapping the bassl' are the favorite pastimes of this blue-eyed boy of the 12C home room who is a member of the 'tLone Star Cowgirls and Cowboys." "Jeep," who hails from Al- sace Hill, rates mechanical drawing tops. After graduation Eugene would like to Work in an airplane factory as a mechan- ic. The class wishes you suc- cess! ,..... ..-.-..1.- . .,,. ,.... Arthur Rothenberger c0WlI'YlBl'CialI Soccer 10, 11, 122 Basketball 11, 125 Baseball 11. If you meet a dark-haired blue-eyed senior who likes to swim and play basketball, loves to eat ice cream, is 5 feet 11 inches tall, and is popular with the opposite sex you may be sure it is "Hun." 'tArt', is one of the more versatile athletes having earned letters in basketball, soccer and baseball. After graduation "Hun" plans to Work in a steel mill or join the navy. Richard Fehr Commercial: Hall Patrol 125 Track 11, 12. Attaining an office position is the main ambition of this lad. During the past year he served as captain of the third floor hall patrol. Richard was on the track team for the past three years. In the field of sports, hockey rates tops with him. 'Good luck, Richard! The class wishes you success. Herbert Walborn Commercial: Basketball 125 Soccer 125 Hall Patrol 125 Track 11. This curly-haired lad can usually be seen driving a Dodge in or around Temple because of a certain attrac- tion there. "Hubie", who was presi- dent of the class in eleventh grade, is interested in sports. During his pastime 'Herb enjoys listening to some of the popular jazz bands. Herbert Wants to learn to fly an airplane after gradu- ation. Norman Christ Commercial: 0. G. A. Club 125 Hall Patrol 12. Driving a car is this quiet 12B lad's hobby. He also likes to eat ice cream. "Scribe" enjoys such sports as basketball, skating and baseball, and rates shorthand as his favorite subject. Norman was secretary to Miss E. I. Gehris, art teach- er, during his senior year. As to the future he is undecided, but nevertheless the class wishes him well. Franklin Hoffa. Academic: Hydroponics Club 12. This short, blue-eyed lad hails from Blandon and uses his bicycle as a means of transportation to and from school. Holla came to Muh- lenberg from Ontelaunee Vo- cational School in his junior year. Besides enjoying swim- ming and fishing, he likes to build and Hy model airplanes. After graduation Franklin would like to take up aero- nautical engineering or get an apprenticeship as a ma- chinist. Charles Weibley Academic: Orchestra 10, 11, 12: Chorus 12: Hydroponics Club 12. This jolly lad enjoys en- tertaining his classmates with his irrevelant remarks. Char- les is rather musically in- clined and rates playing in swing bands his number-one hobby. 'tChas" likes all sports, especially hunting and fishing. Weibley is employed as a handy man at the Carpenter Steel Company, but his main ambition after graduation is to have his own swing band. Harold C. Sassaman Academic: Table Tennis Club 12. This shy, blond-haired lad rates high in his class and likes all his subjects equally Well. When asked about his interest in the fairer sex he said he couldnit be bothered by "tickle gals." Hal swings a mean paddle, as his hobby is table tennis. After he leaves Muhlen- berg "Sassy" plans to be a second Paul Bunyan and take up the study of forestry. Good luck, Hal! Richard Dunkel Commercial: Chorus 12. This blue-eyed lad of the commercial group is inter- ested in auto races. Dick, during his senior year, served as secretary to C. Burg, history teacher. During his pastime Dick can often be seen bowling, which is one of his hobbies. As for the future Richard is undecided as to what he would like to do, but the class wishes him luck and success in his undertakings. Albert J. Stefan - Academic: Hall Patrol 12: Table Tennis club 12. "App" is 5 feet 10 inches tall and tips the scales at 130 pounds. This dark-haired. lad is a member of the hall pa- trol and plays on Muhlen- berg's table tennis team. Stefan stands high in his class and rates mathematics as his best liked subject. When he leaves high school Albert plans to take up aero- nautical engineering. Happy landing to you "Appl" Donald Glick Academic: Orchestra 10, 11, 12: Hydroponics Club 12. This quiet, scholarly lad rates chemistry and mathe- matics as his favorite sub- jects. He utilizes his spare- time by playing convention- al parlor games and render- ing piano selections. Donald is also interested in mens' fashions and designs and re- models most of his clothing. After graduation Glick plans to take a course in sci- ence at Franklin and Mar- shall College. May he find the formula for success. C. Edgett Hagan Academic: Chorus 12: Table Tennis Club 12: Observer 12: Swimming 10, 11, 12. "Chetl' is one of the writers of the class and his ambition is to write a best seller. During his senior year Ed- gett was sports editor of the Observer, and attended all the games to get first-hand information for the write- ups. "Press', is going to study journalism after graduation in order to become a sports writer. Melvin Strausser Industrial. Most of the name pins and plastic mule tie pins which you have seen worn at Muh- lenberg were made by Mel- vin. . Plastic work and stamp collecting are Melly's favor- ite hobbies. He rates mechan- ical drawing and metal shop tops in classes. Strausser hopes to start his own plastic business in the future. Good luck! .kia MHZ'-731' 'VVS John Miller Commercial: Gym Club 12: Chorus 12, Band 10, 11, 12. "Jack" is one of the more athletically inclined boys of the class and during the soc- cer season he played with the Muhlenberg Juniors, who won the Eastern State Soc- cer championship. Jack plays the Euphon- ium fbaritone horny in the school band and in the Met- ropolitan Band, Laureldale. After leaving school Jack hopes to obtain a typing po- sition in an ofiice. Good luck, Jack! Albert Selig Academic: Swimming 11, 12, Chorus 12, soccer 10, 11, 123 Track 11, 12: Athletic Club 12. Selig is one of the more athletically inclined seniors, being a member of the swim- ming, soccer and track teams. "Ap" also plays with the Muhlenberg Juniors, now Eastern State Soccer champs. Someday he hopes to be- come a professional wrestler. Here's hoping you will fight to the finish, Albert. Richard Miller Academic: Hall Patrol 12: Chorus12g Table Tennis Club 12. Dick is the jester of the class and plans to sue the borough of Laureldale for building the streets too far from his knees, as he towers 6 feet 1 inch in the air. Besides being a member of the hall patrol Dick is a number one man on the table tennis team. Girls con- stitute a great part of Mil- ler's daily leisure schedule, but after he is handed his diploma he wants to take up flying. Walter Kramer Academic: Table Tennis Club 12. Too teasing to be consid- ered quiet is characteristic of this blue-eyed student. Walter's favorite study is mathematics. Table tennis, bicycling and roller skating take up much of his free time. "Doc" is undecided as to his future work. The class extends its best wishes to your achievement. Waynef-L. Gasser Academic: Soccer 10, 11, 12: Hall Patrol,.125 Swimming '10, 11, 12, Basketball 12. "Gass" sports five Varsity "Mis" for playing on. the soccer, swimming, tennis and basketball teams, and for being track manager. Sports constitute his hobby and therefore he rates gym class as his favorite subject. Gass- er is well known by the Muhlenberg lassies and he 'tloves 'em all." When Wayne gets his dip- loma he wants to study to be a machinist. Happy tinker- ing, Gasser! Walter Koch Academic: Hall Patrol 12: Debating 11, 12: Honor Society 11, 12, Hunting and Fishing Club 12. Walter is one of the few seniors not having a nick- name. History, mathematics, and the sciences rate ,high with Koch. During hunting season you can find him with a gun in hand going after wild game. To be a chemist is Walter's ambition. Good luck, and may you prosper in the field of science, Walter! Our Home Room Teachers 12A-E. S. Loose: Education-high school, Ontelaunee Voca- tional School, College, B.S. Albright College, M.S. Penn State, N.D. Kutztown State Teachers College: Years at Muhlenberg, 14, Pre- vious Teaching Experience, West Leesport, Subjects Taught, biol- ogy, physics, chemistry, senior science, Years with present home room group, three, Hobby, hunting, tennis, fishing, Birth Place, Leesport, Present Residence, Leesport. 12B-Mrs. M.C.D. Wertz: Education-high school, Porter Town- ship Vocational, College, B.S. Lebanon Valley, University of Penn- sylvania, Drexel Institute, Years at Muhlenberg, 13, Previous Teaching Experience, Sacramento, Pennsylvania, Subjects Taught, English, civics, Years with present home room groups, six, Hobby, reading, handwork, Birth Place, Tremont, Pennsylvania, Schuylkill County, Present Residence, 701 North Fifth street, Reading. 12C-L. E. Slothowerg Education, B.S. Millersville State Teach- ers College, M.A. University of Pittsburgh, Years at Muhlenberg, 6, Previous teaching experience, none, Subjects taught, mechan- ical drawing, Years with present home room group, three, Hobbies, collecting antiques and stamps, and home work shop, Birth place, Harrisburg, Present Residence, 3422 Holtry street, Laureldale. Key to Seniors' 1. 2 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. Baby Pictures Page 16 Franklin Hoffa Kathryn Spengler Jean Kirschman Florence Reed Mary Ellen Heilman Charles Weibley Richard Dunkel Dorothy Fritz Dorothy Lindenmuth Herbert Walborn Charles Speth Marjorie Boyer Melvin Strausser Albert Selig Betty Weidner Ethel Shearer Bentley Ziegler Virginia Rogers Page 17 Dorothy Moll Dorothy Rubright Mildred Levan Geraldine Anderson Emily Greenawald Catherine Sofianos Fern Hill Wayne Gasser Robert Speidel Jean Miller Kathryn Hoffman Howard Irwin William Geisler Wanda Adams Catherine Epler Emma Mae Staver Dorothy Kiehl C. Edgett Hagan and Virginia Stout Dorothy Paul Esther Becker Catharine Degler Betty Tindle Florence Viering Betty Bach Philemon Kurzweg Edith Oxenreider Dorothy Phillips Page 18 Jane Thiele Richard Miller Eleanor Schubert Jack Miller Adam Rentschler Mae Moyer June Bender Gladys Hoover VVilliam Selin I- -I - I '-who U. . , , CLASS HI T012 Y ln the fall of '34 2l8 seventh grade students entered Muhlenberg. Now, after six busy years during which they have participated in plays, operettas, debates, sports and music, 94 of these students remain to form the class of '-40. 3 During their seventh grade year the various home rooms presented several assembly programs, among which, "Around the Blue Wigwam," presented by members of 7A, was outstanding. Betty Tindle won the story telling contest to represent Muhlenberg at Kutztown Field Day. ln eighth grade 29 of the present seniors participated in the operetta, "Dawn Boy," and in eleventh grade 27 aided in the production, "The Mikado." Donald Reinhold and Ruth Benner won the American Legion awards iii eighth grade and the Woman's Club awards in ninth grade went to Reinhold and Emily Greenawald. L While in eighth grads members of 8A presented "Evangeline" in assenibly and also as an evening pre- sentation for their parents. The play was directed by Miss E. E. Staudt, their home room sponsor. The following year 9B pupils presented a comedy in assembly entitledj "Betty's Paris Hat," directed by Mrs. M. C. D. Wertz, home room sponsor. , 1 In tenth grade E.. S. Loose, home room sponsor, directed members of the IOA home room in a play "All in a Summer's Day." This same year class debates were held with seven class members participating. The IOB team won its debates from IOA and l lA, but were defeated by the,senior debaters. Dbrothy Phillips portrayed the leading role in the annual fashion show, "A Maid in Dismayu and a number of senior girls were models. . I ' Muhlenberg was well represented at Kutztown Field Day meets by the present seniorfsf One of the out- standing records of achievement at this meet is held by Walter Koch. Representing Muhlenberg for fiye years,in different contests, Koch has won a second and a first place in history and three first places ,in algebra. ,i . il-lerbert Walborn, presidentg Edwin Biehl, vice president, Geraldine Anderson, secretaryg Richard Fehr, treasurer, were the officers who led the class through its junior year. This year the class' sponsored a spring dance. Threeigisls portrayedroles in the Girl Reserve play, "l.fook Who's He're," four members took part in the Little Theatre Club's Easter production "The Rock," and approximately 40 participated in the music departments' spring concert. ' 'Q ' Edwin Biehl was elected class president for the senior year. Walter Koch, vice president, Geraldine Anderson, secretary, Betty Weidner, treasurer, were the other senior class officers. The senior class play, "Charm School" was presented Friday and Saturday, November l 7 and l8'.,3'Mln addition to the I6 seniors in the play cast, several were members of the orchestra, directed by Charles Speth, which played on the evenings of the production. , X Dorothy Phillips and Emily Greenawald led discussion groups at the state press convention at Reading Senior High School. Five members of the class were elected to the National Honor Society in their junior year and nine more were elected in their senior year. Seven seniors participated in varsity debating, l l in band, ten in orchestra and I 5 were members of the Observer staff. The basketball team, of which six seniors were members, won the Central Division Championship, and the swimming team, with six senior members won the Berks County Championship. ln addition, eight seniors were on the soccer team and four on the track team. Girls' basketball team had seven senior members, six girls participated in track and three were cheerleaders. Class visited the Berks County courts, held a senior prom and took a class trip up the Hudson. Lack of space does not permit the naming of the members of the various teams and participants in the plays, operettas, debates and other activities, but most of their names may be found in the individual write-ups. With money raised by its senior class play, the class, with the cooperation of the Observer, was able to have this yearbook. And so the class will write a finish to its class history when it holds its commencement exercises Thurs- day and Friday, June 6 and 7. i I 1 1 Twelve C home room, left to right, first row: R. Rothenberger, A. Rentsehler, F. Pehlman, D. Searfoss, A. Grim, A. Rothenberger, L. E Slothower, home room sponsor: second row: R. Westervelt, M. Strausser, E. Reed, R. Beadle, A. Zellers, R. Boyer, C. Ebersole, J. Miller, E Gottschallg third row: R. Jones, B. Ziegler, G. Semmel, R. Gallo, H. Moyer, R. Dunkel, D. Baylor, J. Hall. Cast of the senior class play "Charm School," left to right, standing: E. Schubert, W. Adams, R. Benner, D. Phillips, M. E. Heilman, E. Greenawald, W. Koch, R. Speidel, R. Miller, C. Hagan: sitting: E. Becker, J. Miller, B. Bach, G. Anderson, E. Biehl. E. Shearer, another cast member, is not pictured. -,- JW 9, 11' W 'i ww Q 42. .wha 49 5 3 im x by y if Q. : X M, K . . . .3 , ""' ,,. 4 ' gg, as . , 1? - , 53 1: :w .5,..f U. . 415 K B 1, 5? ' ig Pictured on this page are members of the Muhlenberg Township School District's oiiicc staff. Left to right, top row: C. E. Cole, superintendent of schools: C. S. Crumbling, principal of the high school: center: C. A. Trout, secretary of the school board: bottom row: Mrs. R. D. Shipe, sec- retary to Mr. Crumblingg Mrs. I. L. Good, secretary to Mr. Cole. M3255 B1 I ll 5.,,w?,,4A High school hand, left to right, Hrst row: J. Bender, M. Gehris, E. Larkin, M. E. Heilman, D. Moll, R. B. York, conductor: J. Manmiller, D. Rein- hold, E. Gottschall, P. Bricker, B. Sheipeg second row: D. Deeds, R. Ney, B. Kurzweg, A. Rentschler, R. Seidel, D. Paul, M. Lachman, W. Lutz, R. Loehrig, W. Millerg third row: D. Francis, A. Gerberich, B. Kauffman, H. Irwin, J. Lerch, 0. Voit, M. Gerberichg fourth row: P. Kurzweg, W. Dietrich, R. Fuller, J. Miller, J. Dunkel, W. Glenn, D. Phillips, J. Loehrig. High school orchestra, left to right, H1-st row: C. Koch, E. Bechtel, W. Ferro, E. Naftzinger, E. B. Williams, conductor: M. Ferro, N. Boyer, A. Voit, . E. Heilman: second row: C. Weibley, H. Irwin, O. Voit, B. Kauffman, E. Shearer, D. Sterner, B. C. Voc-ste, W. Miller, W. Dietrich, P. Kurzweg: third w: J. Haus, D. Reinhold, E. Gottschall, C. Speth, W. Coombs, R. Speidel, D. Glick, B. Kurzweg. 4. Girls' basketball team, left to right. Hrst row: D. Miller, E. Zerbe, D. Moll, M. Mabry, J. Schmeck: second row: Miss A. R. Slifer, coach: D Lindenmuth, M. Levan, C. Hartzell, assistant manager: B. Weidner, G. Anderson, E. Schubert, manager. Basketball team, left to right, first row: W. Dietrich, D. Shipe, A. Rothenberger, H. Wal- born, R. Bare, R. Ney, E. Wummer: second row: Coach C. E. Buckworth, D. Spohn, assistant manager: R. Rothenberger, H. Ludwig, assistant manager: W. Gasser, G. Semmel, managerg R. D. Shlpe, assistant coach. V E :-T cu V1 YD ee U :J aa 1' 5 2 5 I cd bb in E 4 if Ta U1 1 3 Q :- ii U7 lu U: J -I .59 I-1 o if 49 '54-l aa .- E as aa 13 bb I ..- E .E 3 W Long- esner, R. old, R. W nh ders: second row: C. Hagan, managerg D. Rei UC kpatrick, H. L Kir ach. C0 rown, anager: R. L. B Koch, C. Speth, m enecker, C. of the breaststroke mark twice during the course ard 'Y his own 40 ke I'0 b eller, who W Captain Max by Led the Berks County Scholastic Swimming season, Coach R. L. Brown's charges splashed their way to first place in YO' W and ng i ead Shillington, West R SOD, Wil H1 fro CII III el' ttling against m ar. Ba Ye straight hird t he efort gil Lea undefeated record. missing the local swimmers maintained their Also in the first Berks County medal meet for Berks high school mermen, the Muhl contingent captured eight out of the 15 awards. : Shillington, berg, 44: Wilson, 17 C11 ebruary 26, Muhl ason are F SC this of ts In IIICC tea F86 h mmaries of the t Su 915 March 18, Muhlenberg, 40 LQ West Reading, g, 26 LQ Wyomissing, 42: West Readin uhlenherg, March 4, M 173 Miller. an, R. 3-S' tefan, C. H t: A.S h rig to ft nnis team, left le able te T on, 16. ils 1,43 W 21 E 12B: D. Moll, 12A: B. C. Voeste, 11Ag Anderson, ner, l2C: G. eid t row: B. W I'S ght, fi Society, left to ri OI' apter, National Hon ch berg Muhlen Gasche, 11A: D. Phillips, E. 12A3 M. Greenawald, ang E. e tz, faculty chairm er, 12B: second row: C. D. G eck , 12A: E. B IBZ M. E. Heilman. 1 Kurtyka, 12A: 'W. are, 12Ag R. Rothenherger, 12Cg M. Weller, W. Beck, 11A: W. Koch, eidel, 12Ag third row: E. Biehl, R. B SD old, R. nh B: D. 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Althouse, J. W. White, coach, R. Longenecker, W. Dietrich. Soccer team, left to R. Weaver: second row: manager: D. Spohn, W. fourth row: Coach C. E. assistant manager. right, first row: R. Rothenberger, M. Weller, W. Gasser, R. Sheipe, R. Longenecker J. Miller, R. Ney, H. Walborn, C. Berger, R. Wesner, S. Clarke: third row: D. Reinhold Dietrich, A. Selig, A. Rothenberger, D. Shipe, B. Kauffman, P. Kurzvveg, manager Buckworth, E. Biehl, H. Lueders, J. Hoffman, P. VVeyandt, R. Klemmer, L. Althouse x s 153 xwmmb S.. 'ei K 1 Ww- . , K ' 293 f ' .gsgrgi ,. , E N 1 I 6..y flfiigl T f P 55' -1 0553, , W Handwork Club, left to right, first row: E. Hovey, B. Hill, M. Ferro, 7D: J. Lenzi, SE: Mrs. M. C. D. Wertz, club sponsor: H. Console, 7D A Hartman 10C: E. Yoder, '7Ag T. Lengle, 7D: second row: E. Emerich, 7F: G. Baer, 7Dg A. Hartzell, 7Ag M. Klemmer, 7C3 E. Showers 7D B Weaver 7A M. Valeriano, 7Cg J. Hunsberger, 7Bg A. Emerich, 7D. utstanding Dates of Past School Year September 5--School opened. September 17-Observer won International H on o r Rating. October l9WHallowe'en dance. October 27-28-Observer stall attended State press con- vention. November 8-9-Education Week Program - 'KOpen House." November 17-18-Senior class play, "Charm School? December 21-Junior high school operetta, "The Christ- mas Carol." December 23-Girl Reserves Christmas Dance. January--Observer won first place in state contest. January 11-Little Theatre Club visited Albright Col- lege and saw "The Taming of the Shrew." January ll-Muhlenberg Camp Fire Girls played host at county council fire. January 15-16-Muhlenberg Township Schools closed two days because of blizzard. February 23-Muhlenberg varsity basketball team gained Central Division championship. February 23-Muhlenberg debating team defeated Kutz- towng lost to Robesonia. February 28-Muhlenberg basketball team lost to Ham- burg in Berks County Championship play-off. March 8-Local chapter of National Honor Society added 15 new members. March 14-Observer received All-Columbian Award in typography in nation-wide contest. March 14-Girl Reserves sponsored program by "Weber the Wizard." March 18-Swimming team won Berks County title. April-Observer awarded All-American rating in Na- tional contest. April 12-Obscrver staff attended Berks County Press Convention. April 24fMuhlenberg track team won Albright track meet. April 25-Little Theatre Club visited Hedgerow Theatre. April 27-Five students represented Muhlenberg in state commercial contests. May 4-Muhlenberg track team won West Reading track meet. May 11-Muhlenberg gained first place at Kutztown Field Meet. May 21-Musical organizations of Muhlenberg spon- sored annual spring concert. May 24-Senior prom. June l--Senior class trip. June 2-Baccalaureate services. June 6-7-Commencement exercises. June 13-"M O" Club and Quill and Scroll Banquet and initiation. June 22-Alumni reception. DICK,S KOZY KORNER Sandwiches, Ice Cream, Candy DINE and DANCE Kutztown and Frush Valley Rd. Src you after sthool Buy Your Furniture Direct from Our Factory Show Rooms JAMES S. BALTHASER Hyde Villa Reading, Pa. OPEN EVENINGS Loren Murchison Company Representing Herif Jones Co. MANUFACTURING JEVVELERS Club and Class Rings and Pins C. B. VVINGERT, Rrfvn'.ventatiz'e M. E. SCHROEDER Quality Home-Dressed Meats TEMPLE, PA. Phone 9-1848 Orders Delivered GEO. A. LUPPOLD FERTILIZERS. SEEDS AND GARDEN TOOLS Dial 9-1016 Laureldale, Pa. DRINK MILK For Your HeaIth's Sake! FINK'S DAIRY TEMPLE, PA. Shadel's Keystone Store Kutztown Road, South Temple Delivery Service Phone 9-1126 HAROLD WOLFF Specialties for Schools and Colleges UNIFORMS, PENNANTS, EMBLEMS HATS, CAPS, MEDALS, CUPS P. O. Box 241 Camden, N. J. DRINK MORE MILK For Your Health's Sake KEYSTONE DAIRY R. D. No. 2 READING, PA. Phone 9636 United and Richfield GAS and OILS 5th Street Highway HYDE VILLA, Pa. 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