Muhlenberg High School - Muhltohi Yearbook (Laureldale, PA)

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1 4 jlffumfolli 4 PUBLISHED BY me E455 of X942 Wfuffengefrf 7Zwn4AQQ 9400! Qcbcaztion 'A' i' i' To the memory ot our ,former classmate, Anna Mary Schera, Who departed this life, lanuary l2, l942, and Who, While at Muhlenberg, was a friend to all and an active participant in girls' sports as Well as in other school activi- ties, We, the class of '42, dedicate this Muhltohi. Mfr". 'MM .9 K Z 'Af 7 'X xi' W 6 .5, 'aa .5 ' H1 A, 1 V W x1f'!! :jQMfllifE2 Q FACULTY and ADMINISTRATIO 1 2 .:. , Q- V' 1... EARL A. BOYER Position on board, president. Term as director, 1941 1. Address, 428 Raymond Street, Hyde Villa. IOSEPH W. SEYFERT Ctop centerl Position on board, vice-president. Term as director, 1941 1. Address, Near Bernhart Reservoir, Temple, R. D. 1. IOHN G. MERTZ Position on board, treasurer Term as director, 1939 1. Address, 3300 Kutztown Road Laureldale. CHARLES A. TROUT fmiddlel Position on board, secretary. Term as director, 1939 1. Address. 410 Bernhart Ave., Hyde Villa. ELVIN A. ADAMS CHESTER M. FIES LESTER G. KAUFFMAN Position on board, director. Position on board, director. Position on board, director. Term as director, 1941 1. Term as director, 1941 1. Term as director, 1937 1. Address, Temple. Address, 714 Bellevue Avenue, Address, Reading, R. D. 2, Laureldale. A ,, .. ..,.. V lfluhltoh '42 l Clinton E. Cole Superintendent Education, Allen Township High School, Kutztown State Teachers College, Penn State, B.S., Muhlenberg College, A.M., Columbia University, Years at Muhlenberg, l7. Charles S. Crumbling Principal Education, Marysville High School, BS., Albright College, M.S, in Education, Cornell Uni- versity, University of Pennsyl- vania, Years at Muhlenberg, l7. Kermit H. Schmehl Subject taught, mathematics Education, Fleetwood High School, Ph.B., Muhlenberg Col- lege, M.S., University of Penn- Sylvania, Years at Muhlenberg, l7. Earl S. Loose Senior home room, l2D Subjects taught, biology, physics, chemistry Education, Ontelaunee Voca- tional School, B.S., Albright College, M.S., Penn State Col- lege, Years at Muhlenberg, l6. Edith E. Staudt Subject taught, history Education, Wernersville High School, Provisional Certificate, Kutztown State Teachers Col- lege, A,B,, Ursinus College, M,A., Columbia University, Years at Muhlenberg, l7, Present home room, llA. Charles E. Buckworth Subject taught, physical education Education, Exeter High School, BS. in Health Education, Stroudsburg State Teachers College, Summer Coaching School at Penn State, Years at Muhlenberg, l6. '.-:-H3133 'vw I ,W '-' Muhftoil' '42 il l h. Q U' A IE- ,. -.2. . ,::. ' ,.., f A S FK, ff ffii fiiziii' 5 se! ai s Carl Burg Subject taught, history Education. Albright Prepara- tory School, AB., Albright Col lege, M.A., Columbia Univer sity, Years at Muhlenberg, l5. Con Sabbatical Leave! Anna R. Slifer Subject taught, physical education Education, Watsontown High School, B.S. in Education, Temple University, Graduate Work, Penn State College, Years at Muhlenberg. l5, Present home room. SC. Harry G. Gerberich Subject taught, mathematics Education. West Chester State Normal School, BS. in Educa- tion, Lebanon Valley College, Years at Muhlenberg. l5, Present Home Room. llB. Mrs. M. Catherine Wertz Subject taught. civics Education. Porter Township Vocational School, University of Pennsylvania, Drexel lnsti- tute, Penn State, BS. in Ed- ucation, Lebanon Valley Col- lege, Graduate Work at Uni- versity ol Pennsylvania, Years at Muhlenberg. l5, Present home room. 7E. Icrson W. White Senior home room, l2A Subjects taught, trigonometry, solid and plane geometry, algebra Education, Highspire High School, B.S. in Education, Buck- nell University, M.S., University of Michigan, Years at Muhlenberg, l4. Mrs. Lillie K. Rimby Subjects taught. Latin, geography Education. Birdsboro High School, AB., Dickinson Col- lege, MA., Columbia Univer- sity, Years at Muhlenberg. l4, Present home room. 913. ' II fh'uA!foAi '42 .ii Luther B. Mearig Subjects taught, social science, history, journalism Education, Lititz High School, Millersville State Teachers College, AB., Elizabethtown College, Graduate work, Uni- versity of Pennsylvania, M.A., Teachers College, Columbia University, Years at Muhlenberg, l3, Present home room, llC. Alta H. Horton Subject taught, music Education, Towanda High School, B.S. in Education, Mansfield State Teachers Col- lege, Graduate work, New York University, Years at Muhlenberg, l2, Present home room, '7A. r H3 Mrs. Sara R. Rothermel Librarian Education, Reading High School, BA., Mt. Holyoke Col- lege, Library Science degree, Millersville State Teachers College, Years at Muhlenberg, l3. O .44- Mrs. Hazel A. Ramsay Subject taught, English Education, Mt. Penn High School, AB., Albright College, Graduate Work, University of Pennsylvania, Years at Muhlenberg, ll, Present home room, QB. Iames B. Shaner, Ir. Subjects taught, Woodworking, industrial art Education, Reading Boys' High School, Williamson Trade School, Graduate work, Uni- versity of Pennsylvania, Penn State College, Muhlenberg College, Years at Muhlenberg, l3, Present home room, 8D. Clinton D. Getz Senior home room, lZB Subject taught, English Education, Ephrata High School, AB., Franklin and Marshall College, MA., Uni- versity oi Pennsylvania, Years at Muhlenberg, lO, in - ,f1,,A1f.,A,- '42 Iohn E. Harris Subject taught, history Raymond P. Ulmer Subjects taught, bookkeeping, Education, Keystone Normal junior business School, B.S., Schuylkill College, Education, jersey Shore High Graduate work, U1'1iV91'SilY Of School, University of Pennsyl- Pem1SY1VCm1U5 Penn Slate? Vaniag Wharton School, B.S. in Years at Muhlenberg' 10: Economics, Bloomsburg State Present home room, lOB. Teachers College, Years at Muhlenberg, lU5 Present home room, 8E. Estellcz I. Gehris Subject taught, art Education, Muhlenberg Town- ship High Schoolg B.S., Kutz- town State Teachers College, Graduate Work, Universal School of Handicrafts and Penn Stateg Years at Muhlenberg, 9. Fredda Keller Subjects taught, business training, typewriting Education, Shickshinny High School, B.S., Indiana State Teachers College, Years at Muhlenberg, 9, Present home room, QC. Frances A. M. Rahn Subjects taught, guidance, health Education, West Reading High School, AB., Hood College, Years at Muhlenberg, 9, Present home room, lUC. Thelma I.. Knauss Senior home room, 12C Subjects taught, shorthand, typewriting, office practice Education, Nazareth High School, B.S. in Education, Bloornsburg State Teachers Collegeg Years at Muhlenberg, 8. it lfuiftoiz' '42 l Efghf t ,,.V,,..,, ' ,r 3 A it 'lQ,,fQt2,f9EW7f 'N - . '3f'552lf'Q'Mi Russell S. Leinbach Subject taught, geography Education, Muhlenberg Town- ship High School, B.S. in Edu- cation, Kutztown State Teach- ers College, Ed.M., Temple University, Years at Muhlenberg, 7V2, Present home room, l0E. Miriam E. Moyer Subiect taught, English Education, Muhlenberg Town- ship High School, Albright Col- lege, B.S. in Education, Kutz- town State Teachers College, Millersville State Teachers Col- lege, Graduate Work, Univer- sity ot Pennsylvania, Years at Muhlenberg, 7, Present home room, 8B. Ida L. Ebling Subiect taught, home economics Education, Ontelaunee Voca- tional High School, B.S., Penn State, Drexel Institute ot Tech- nology, Years at Muhlenberg, 7, Present home room, 7C. Robert D. Shipe, Ir. Subjects taught, mathematics, general science, senior science, physics Education, Muhlenberg Town- ship High School, B.S. in Sci- ence, Albright College, Grad- uate Work, Cornell University, Years at Muhlenberg, 6, Present home room, lOD. Richard L. Brown Subjects taught, biology, health Education, Muhlenberg Town- ship High School, B.S. in Health Education, East Stroudsburg State Teachers College, Grad- uate work, New York Univer- sity, Years at Muhlenberg, 6, Present home room, llD. E. Brainerd Reinert Subjects taught. geography, mathematics Education, Ontelaunee Voca- tional School, BS. in Educa- tion, Kutztown State Teachers College, Years at Muhlenberg, 6, Present home room, 9D. W li flfuhlfvhi '42 i . My 3211 .J .. Ei 1 la l gd I Mrs. Mildred E. Coblentz Subject taught, English Education, Muhlenberg Town- ship High School, AB., Ursinus College, Graduate Work, Uni- versity of Pennsylvania, Years at Muhlenberg, 6, Present home room. '7B. Kathryn E. Hummer Subject taught, home economics Education, Muhlenberg Town- ship High School, BS. in Home Economics, Albright College, Graduate Work, Penn State College, K Years at Muhlenberg, 5, Present home room, 8A. Charlotte E. Guenther Subjects taught, German, English, history Education, Reading High School, A.B. in foreign lan- guages and English, Albright College, Years at Muhlenberg, 2, Present home room, 7D. Harry I. Mcmderbach Subjects taught, mathematics, science Education, Reading high School, B.S., Kutztown State Teachers College, Years at Muhlenberg, l, Present home room, QE, W. Barton Iohnson Subjects taught, general metal shop, elementary electricity Education, Radnor High School, BS. in Industrial Arts Educa- tion, Millersville State Teach- ers College, Years at Muhlenberg, 5. Esther Willits Subject taught, history Education, Ontelaunee Voca- tional School, B.S. in Educa- tion, West Chester State Teachers College, Years at Muhlenberg, l, Present home room, 7F. lfuhftohi '42 .-..... W Ralph S. Paden Subiect taught, Mechanical Drawing Education, Carlisle High School, BS. in Education, Millersville State Teachers College, Years at Muhlenberg, llfg. Resigned in March to become an engineering draftsman in Medical Experimental Labora- tories ot United States Army. Rihman F. Busch ftop centerl Subject taught, English Education, Reading High School, B.S. in Education, East Stroudsburg State Teachers College, New York Universityg Years at Muhlenberg, 3 months, Present home room, lUA. --.fr J! Mrs. Gladys M. Shipe Robert I. McGarry Subiects taught, general sci- ence, instrumental music Education, Hazleton High School, BS. in Public School Music, West Chester State Teachers College, Years at Muhlenberg, 4 months. Mrs. M. Annetta Kauffman fmiddlel Subiect taught, music Education. Ontelaunee Voca- tional School, Keystone State Teachers College, BS. in Music Education, Penn State College. Accompanist for Muhlenberg choruses tor 7 years, Grace Hartman Harry G. Gensemer Secretary to the Principal Secretary to Superintendent Position, Truant Officer Education, Muhlenberg Twp., Education, Muhlenberg Twp., Address, 313 George Skeet, Years at Muhlenberg. 8. Mcccmn S Busmegs School! Hyde Villa. Years at Muhlenberg, Z. -i , '4' lffuhftoh' 4,2 .1 .. . 9, s.. if "2 "'i W if 5. ' .1-p R .n- fi QTLK if NW W X A ff K :if f Mug' I J pf' and ,J WJ nl" ' "rn , L4 lfivsxw-swf "- N 1?-., WH 5 f in vf "4'- L13-' fu- 'ml mi-3 dw, ,ff LM" EFL 7.-IM, h - Y V, I f SENIORS Mary Hinnershitz Academic. Girl Reserves 12: Little Theatre Club l2: Chorus 12: Muhltohi 12. This peppy, blue-eyed miss can always be found where there is a good time, tor that's what "Slim" enjoys most. Her other likes are eating spaghetti and "tickling the ivoriesf' Mary intends to take up nursing after graduation. May your patients' pulses beat to the throb ot success. Ieanette Schmeck Commercial. Girl Reserves 12: G. A. A. 12: O. G. A. 12. This blonde-haired, blue- eyed miss can very often be seen leading bands for she is a majorette in the Boyertown Drum and Bugle Corps and the Reading Volunteer Band. After graduation leanette would like to obtain a secre- tarial position. The class wishes her the very best of luck. Ramarie Glenn Academic. Observer ll, 12: Chorus 12: Girl Reserves 12: Little Theatre Club 12: Muhltohi 12: National Honor Society 12. The youngest lass of the class piloted the local G. A. A.. served as make-up editor of the 0b.v'r1'w' and editor of All 111111011 1'. Someday "Rae" plans to add herself to the English depart- ment of some high school. Mav your textbooks be tilled with success. Ruth Holl Home Economics. Girl Reserves 12: Muhltohi 12. One of the taller members of the class is this brown-haired, hazel-eyed miss from Temple. "Rufus" places hiking and ice skating among her favor- ite sports. As to the future, Ruth is un- certain although she does plan to continue studying the organ. The class wishes you good uck Dolores Aulenbach Commercial. Girl Reserves 12: Library Club 12: Muhltohi l2. President of Girl Reserves and Secretary of Senior Class are the positions which this blue-eyed miss from l2C held. Often known as "Girlie," she rates English "tops" and is often seen eating spaghetti and potpie. After leaving school Dolores wishes to obtain a typist's job. Bernice Scheirer Academic. Observer ll, 12: Chorus 12: Muhltohi 12: National Honor Society 12. "Get your assignments in." When you hear this expres- sion Bernice, editor of the 012- x1fr1'w', is sure to be around. Bernice rates potato chips, reading, journalism "tops," She is undecided about the future but she would like to go to Rider College. "Good luck." Wiiiiuuihhiee. i ifuhftoh' '42 Eliiwwifi 'har um-lf A in ,Q m y , A:, ll 4. 'f!5 : EE I 'wuz Marilyn Schaeffer Academic. Observer 11, 12: Chorus 12: Little Theatre Club 12: Girl Re- serves 12: G. A. A. 12: National Honor Society 11. 12: Muhltohi 12. This carefree lassie was one of the most active members of the senior class. "Maggie" rates math as her favorite subject and blue eyes also rate "ace-high" with her. Marilyn intends to attend the University of Pennsylvania, Kathryn Reichert Academic. Observer 11, 12: Girl Reserves 12: Muhltohi 12. "Do you have any assign- ments to be typed?" is fre- quently heard from Kathryn, head typist of the Observer. "Katie" rates reading, pest- ing friends and Tommy Dorsey "ace-high." "Kitty" wants to enter train- ing as a nurse. May you have plenty of "patients" in your course. Alice Voit Academic. Girl Reserves 12: Orches- tra 10, ll, 12: Chorus 12: Muhltohi 12. This blond-haired, blue- eyed miss hails from River- view Park and her lemon pies make a hit with the fellows. "Lolly" rates swimming as her favorite sport. After graduation Alice plans to major in chemistry at Al- bright College. May your test tubes contain many elements of success. Miriam MOYGI' BellY F0059 Esther McKent1y Academic. Orchestra 12: Model Airplane Club 12. This blond-haired, grey- eyed "bug," as she is called, is one of the most energetic members of the senior class. 'tMim's" favorite sport is swimming and in her leisure she likes to visit her neighbors. After graduation Miriam is going into the field of nursing at the Reading Hospital. Commercial. Girl Reserves 12: Observer Staff 12: Muhltohi 12. This short, brown-haired maid has a perfect record of school attendance for twelve years. "Betts" rates baseball high in sports and shorthand for her scholastic work. After graduation, Betty would like a secretarial position. May she receive an "Oscar" for her success. Academic. Observer ll. 12: Girl Reserves 12: Muhltohi 12. lf any witty remarks are heard coming from room lU4, you can be sure it's Esther, who says she's all for Glenn Miller accompanied with lim- burger cheese, crackers and chicken noodle soup. After graduation, Esther would like to take up account- ing. Account to success, fffuklfohi '42 m.--' ' if Betty Iean Spatz Academic. Girl Reserves 12: Chorus 12: Little Theatre Club 12: Iazz Band 12: Muhltohi 12. "Betts" was not only soloist with the dance band during her senior year but she also participated in dramatics and sports. Betty Wants to become a "lady in white" so may all good things "Tom" your Way "Betts"! Betty Young Academic. National Honor Society 11, 12: Little Theatre Club 12. This tall brown-haired lass is one of the more creative members of the class. "Gerry" doesn't have any particular hobby but enjoys doing anything. As to the future, "Betts" is not certain except that it must be something different. Good luck, Betty! il Ethel M. Fehr Commercial. G. A. A. 12: Girl Re- serves l2: Girls' Industrial Arts Club 12: Muhltohi 12. "Effie," being one of the more athletically minded sen- ior girls, has served as sports manager of the Girls Athletic Association during both her junior and senior years. To be a stenographer is her ambition. May you type your way to success, Ethel! Esther Miles Home Economics. Girl Reserves 12: G. A. A. 12: Girls' Industrial Arts Club 12. "Hepsie" is one of the ener- getic girls of her class. She took an active part in Girls Athletic Association and is one of the few girls of Muhlenberg who Works in the Wood shop. The class wishes her luck in whatever field she enters. Minerva Bauder Commercial. Girl Reserves 12: Library Club 12. "Honey" is one of the quiet girls who served as secretary to Miss T. L. Knauss and Miss C. E. Guenther. "Minnie" is fond of driving and rates French fried potatoes "tops" After graduation Minerva hopes to obtain a position in a defense plant. Good luck. Betty Miller Commercial. This brown-eyed, talkative girl With a hearty laugh served as secretary to l. B. Shaner, lr, wood' shop instructor and C. D. Getz, teacher of English. Boller skating, collecting skating stickers and a certain young man take up most of "Reds" time, Betty Wishes to obtain a secretarial position. ffffw .L.1 uA!faAi 42 ,ff ' -- ia i : T- 'W " li Us t as Marie Weaver Commercial. Girl Reserves 12. This quiet miss from Temple is often seen eating candy and drawing. Marie served as secretary to I. E. Harris and Miss M. E. Moyer. She likes to listen to the radio and rates high with history. After graduation, she wishes to have a store of her own. Best wishes, Marie! Virginia Schweyer Academic. Typing Club 12. "Ginnie" is a comparatively new member of the class. Between rounds of spaghetti you can find her doing math problems, or when the weather permits, hiking along some woodland road. After graduation Virginia would like to attend college and later teach small children. Good luck, "Ginnie," Doris Rhine Commercial. Girl Reserves 12: O. G. A. 12. This pretty blonde is always in the mood for dancing and is often seen doing "the light fantastic" with that certain young man. "Tut" in her senior year was secretary to Mrs. L. K. Rimby and Miss Francis Hahn. The Class wishes her suc- cess in securing her position as someones stenog. Marian Moser Anna May Haas Mariorie Stoner Commercial. Girl Reserves 12: Muhltohi 12. "Snooky" can usually be seen dancing with a certain young man or taking pictures. She served as secretary to Mrs. M. C. D, Wertz, civics teacher, and Miss A. Slifer, gym instructress. Marian wishes to become a dress designer. The class of '42 wishes you luck. Commercial. Girl Reserves 12: Muhltohi 12. This blue-eyed lass who rates roller skating and danc- ing tops, served as secretary to Miss E. l. Gehris, teacher of art, and R. S. Leinbach, geog- raphy teacher. "Susie" is popular with the opposite sex and thinks French fries and hamburgers are "tops" After graduation' "Susie" hopes to become a waitress. Commercial. Chorus 12: Girl Re- serves 12: O. G. A. 12: Library Club 12: Muhltohi 12. "Margie" is usually found cheering at a basketball game, her favorite sport. Her hobby of collecting pictures of dogs and driving a certain "some- one's" car takes up a lot of her time. Her ambition is to be a re- ceptionist. The class wishes her success. 1fluA!foAi '42 -l "ft L' ng -FQ l W 5' lean Bachman Commercial. Chorus 12: Girl Reserves 12: Muhltohi 12. This blue-eyed miss could usually be seen in the library, where she spent most of her spare time during her junior and senior years. Reading takes up much of leans leisure time and also singing her "tea pot" song. After graduation lean would like to be a stenographer. Bette Rothenberger Commercial. Girl Reserves 12: Muhltohi 12: O. G. A. 12. This light-haired, brown- eyed lass is one of the more quiet members of the senior class. She considers history as her favorite subject and bicycling as her major sport. "Pat" would like to be a typist and is already "Ney" on the way to success. Edith Knoll Commercial. O. G. A. 12: Library Club 12: Muhltohi 12. Ice cream, candy, and short- hand are "Edie's" favorites. She also likes to watch people Without them knowing about it. During her senior year she served as secretary to R. S. Leinbach and L. B. Mearig. Edith would like to be some- one's "stenog" after gradua- tion. The class wishes her success. Anna Antonelli Commercial. Girl Reserves 12: Library Club 12. Brown eyes, brown hair, five feet one inch in height and rather quiet best describes this lassie. Anna's ambition is to be- come a hairdresser, She rates English and typing as her favorite subjects and riding bi- cycle as her best liked pastime. Here's wishing you a "per- manent" success, Edith Geis Academic. Girl Reserves 12: Observer ll, 12: Muhltohi 12. This dark, curly-haired lass is one of the more quiet mem- bers of the senior class, tower- ing to the great height of five feet. "Edie" is senior typist of the Obs0rz'vr. After graduation she aims to place a nurse's cap on her dark curls. May your ther- mometer of success run high, Edith. Best wishes. Iune Killian Commercial. Girl Reserves 12: Little Theatre Club 12. This lassie came from Read- ing High in 1941. Her favorite subject is shorthand. She en- joys dancing and at noontime may be seen in the gym. When asked her favorite food june said, ultalian spaghetti." After graduation june wants to go to McCann's School of Business. The class wishes her lots of luck. 'I l x --- lfulftoh' '42 T- t U t 4- , ' -- an "v6,... 1' . My J 5 Olivelte Kiehl Academic. Girl Reserves 12: G. A. A. 12: Model Airplane Club 12: Muhltohi 12. lf you have ever had a tack on your seat, or your lock on backwards or heard a loud peal of laughter you would immediately know it was Olivette. After graduation "Bol3ins" would like to join the ambu- lance corps or loecorne a nurse, The class wishes you success. Ianice Pannabecker Commercial. Girl Reserves 12: O. G. A. 12: Muhltohi 12: Chorus 12. "lan" can often be found reading and eating chocolate ice cream. This active girl is fond of history and shorthand. Her favorite sports are track and basebalt. Besides being interested in a certain boy, "lan" would like to be a stenographer. The class wishes her success, Alice Hinnershitz Commercial. Little Theatre Club 12: Chorus 12: Girl Reserves 12: Na- tional Honor Society 12. Being a rural farmerette, this veteran of the wheel has skill- fully steered a car to and from school for some time. Her leisure time is spent in singing and reading. After graduation "Allie" plans to shed her milking stool for a secretarial chair. May your ambitions type successi Doris Kay Blum Commercial. O. G. A. 12: Chorus 12: Observer 11, 12: Girl Reserves 12: Muhltohi 12. This rather quiet lass rates driving and saving pencils as her hobbies. During her senior year, Doris served as secretary to Mrs. M. C. D. Wertz, teacher of civics and H. G. Gerberich, teacher of mathematics. May Doris always walk in the "Alley" of success. Marylin Moyer Home Economics. Girls' Industrial Arts Club 12: Girl Reserves l2: Chorus 12: Muhltohi 12. This brown-eyed lassie pre- fers ice cream as her favorite food. She rates dancing, sew- ing and cooking "tops" and also enjoys working in the wood shop. After graduation, Marylin would like to take up hair dressing. May she roll on the waves of success. Fern Carl Academic. Chorus 12: Girl Reserves 12: Handwork Club 12. This tall and popular young miss in l2A, who served as president of the Handwork Club, rates dancing, Glenn Miller, and Charlie as 'itopsf' "Hattie" would like to be a saiesgirl or hairdresser after graduating. May your sales ride high to success or your waves be permanent. ,f1.A1f.,:.- '42 -- Ruth Schaeffer Academic. Little Theatre Club 12: Chorus 12: Girl Reserves 12: Na- tional Honor Society 12. A petite miss with expressive eyes and a sweet smile-that's "Ruthie" Schaeffer! Cooking occupies most of "Ruthie's" time, that is, when she's not "bundling for Britainnl "Shorty" has chosen nursing as her future career, so may you have loads of "patients," Grace Kohler Commercial. Girl Reserves 12: Library Club 12. This brown-eyed, talkative girl is often seen eating spa- ghetti, reading or riding her bicycle. ' , She served as secretary to K. H. Schmehl, and Miss E, E. Staudt. She is undecided as to her future but the class of '42 wishes her the best of luck. Mildred Bohr Commercial. Girl Reserves 12: Chorus 12: Muhltohi 12. lf you hear a laughing chat- ter you can bet it's "Mush." This jolly lass' spare time is taken up by eating French "fries" and hamburgers and listening to Tommy Dorsey, After graduation, "Milly" would like to work in an office. May she "pound the keys" to success. 1 Q. eff Iune Leinbach Academic. Girl Reserves 12: Chorus 12: Handwork Club 12. "Live, laugh and be happy" -that's "Iunie's" motto. This mischievous lass likes to have fun, enjoys ice cream and "strong drinks" fcokesj "tops"! lunie's ambition is to be- come another Florence Night- ingale, so-here's luck to you! Arlene Hartman Commercial. Girl Reserves 12: O. G. A. 12. Whenever you hear these words "Do you have any chew- ing gum?" you know that Arlene is nearby. Arlene's hobby is making scrapbooks which contain pic- tures of Gene Autry. After graduation, Arlene would like to obtain a secre- tarial position. May success be at your door. Anna Becker Commercial. Girl Reserves 12: Library Club 12: Muhltohi IZ. "Tiny" best describes this spry young lass, who is the smallest member of the class. During her senior year Anna served as secretary to Miss T. L. Knauss, commercial teacher, and l. VV. White, mathematics teacher. After graduation "Tiny" would like to be somebody's stenographer. We X .l lfulftoiz' '42 i'- Q L l 95 N.. VA Mary Reed Virginia Weaver Gloria Heckman Commercial. Girl Reserves 12: Library Club l2. Another quiet lass who served as secretary to E. E, Staudt, history teacher, and I. B, Shaner, instructor of Wood shop, is Mary. Eating ice cream and read- ing keeps her busy. After graduation, she hopes to help "Uncle Sam" with his work. The class of '42 Wishes you luck. Evelyn Cramer Commercial. Girl Reserves 12: G. A. A. 12: O. G. P.. 12: Little Theatre Club 12: National Honor Society ll, 12: Track ll: Muhltohi 12. This active girl of 12B rates driving as a favorite hobby. She also likes tall men. The class hopes that she Will attain her ambition as stenographer and always bear good fruit and fortune. Academic. Airplane Club 12. This red-haired miss was one of the first girls to join the Airplane Club. Virginia rates reading and listening to the radio as her favorite pastimes. Hiking and swimming are her favorite sports. "Ginny" is uncertain as to what she will do after gradua- tion, but she would like to be- come a nurse. Best Wishes. dE"'T' Mary Sardo Commercial. Girl Reserves 12: O. G. A. 12. This dark-haired young lady is one of the more jovial mem- bers of the class and rates reading love stories as her hobby, Mary rates baseball and soccer as her favorite sports. Mary would like to be a salesgirl after graduation and later on the Wife of "Kenny," a handsome young man. Academic. Library Club l2: Chorus 12: Girl Reserves 12. When hearing exclamations of delight behind an entangle- ment of ltalian spaghetti, you can usually find Gloria strug- gling With her favorite food. ln the future Gloria intends either to become a beautician or enter the "Web" of domes- ticity. Fern Horst Commercial. Little Theatre Club 12: Girl Reserves 12: Chorus 12: Cheer Leading 12: O. G. K. l2. This blonde volcano of bub- bling energy hails from l2B. Basketball is her favorite sport and "honest to Iohn" is her pet expression. "Fernie" hopes to be some- one's stenog after graduation. The class will be cheering for you Fern. Aluhlfoh' '42 1 t Tlzwrzly- Marie Bonner Academic. Girl Reserves 12: Chorus 12: Little Theatre Club 12: Muhltohi 12. Marie is the senior prograrn chairman of the G. Rfs and the vice-president of the G. A. A, "Blirnp" has an outstanding voice and was heard at the District and State Choruses. She plans to study chemistry at Albright. "Corky" intends to continue her vocal training. Sing on! 1 if I.-we' Marian Nyce Academic. Girl Reserves 12: Chorus 12. "Blondie's" chief delight is Watching the transport planes roar over the airport, She likes hiking, and tennis is another high rater. Marian would like to be a Navy nurse and intends to get her training at the Reading Hospital. The class Wishes you the best of luck. Ruth Breitegam Commercial. Girl Reserves 12: O. G. A. 12: Library Club 12. Ruth is one of the more quiet girls in the '42 class and served as secretary to Mrs. S. R. Rotherrnel, librarian, and Miss E. E. Staudt, history teacher, during her senior year. The class Wishes "Rufus" success and hopes she doesn't get a "Bum" start. Margaret Viering Commercial. "Take a letter Miss Vieringf' That is what this miss hopes to hear soon. Margaret's favorite subjects were shorthand and typing. Her hobbies include softball, bicycle riding and reading mysteries. "Maggie" likes to eat almost anything, especially apricot pie. "Marge" also likes to hear jokes. Violet Gehrig Academic. Harmony Club 12: Muhltohi 12. One of the more quiet girls is this tall, brown-eyed lass, hailing from South Temple. Violet can usually be seen Working in the kitchen as cook- ing is her hobby She rates Walking as her favorite out- door sport. After graduation Violet would like to be a dietitian. Best Wishes. Mildred Delp Commercial. Library Club 12: O. G. A. 12. Mildred is one of the more quiet girls in the class. She was secretary to Miss F.Ke1ler, junior business teacher and Mrs. L. K. Rirnby, teacher of geography and Latin. llM1IH'l is very interested in playing baseball and reading. "Sis" has not made definite plans for the future but the class of '42 Wishes her success. 0 trft --1 flfuklfoh' '42 ' 1 s,. A... ...Q .: .. ...Q 1 liiifl -53' a 2 --4' I-r 1 :E 'i Q 1 -14 Mmemwiua es x ,:, ,.., J if 1 Ruth Boyer Academic. Track ll, 12: Chorus 12: Muhltohi 12. "Pussy," one of the poetic members of the senior class, rates hiking as her favorite pastime. She thinks cream puffs are delicious and just adores work- ing in the garden. After graduation Ruth intends to study at Ambler School of Horticulture. Good luck. Ardell Plucker Academic. Girl Reserves 12. "Ye gadsl" says Ardell, "l have to make another note- book." This is a pastime this Blandon lassie definitely doesn't like, much preferring to do math problems. Although she is a good cook, Ardell apparently has no faith in household arts, for she would like to enter a business school in the Fall. Good luck! lean Stoudt Academic. Model Airplane Club 12: Girl Reserves 12. Behold the author of the senior class, who wrote an as- sembly play and many short stories. "Pete's" special likes are black hair, hamburgers and Tommy Dorsey's band. "leanie" entertains the fond ambition of becoming a phi- losopher. May the future be bright Arlene Hartranft Commercial. Muhltohi 12. This lass hails from Reading High and is popular with the members of the opposite sex. "Butch" is one of the gayest members of the class and rates dancing as her favorite sport After graduation, Arlene hopes to become the wife of a handsome young man. May you find much happiness in your duty as housewife. Kathryn Pehlman Academic. Girl Reserves 12: Harmony Club 12: Chorus 12. "Do you want to hear a joke?" can often be heard from this brown-eyed miss of l2A. Kathryn's favorite hobby is sewing, next to which she places playing the piano. After graduation "Kit" would like to become a nurse. Good luck and may all your patients be good ones. Fern Weidner Commercial. Girl Reserves 12: O. G. A. 12: Muhltohi 12: Girls' Indus- trial Arts Club 12. "Fernie" has light brown hair, blue eyes and a sunny disposition. Shorthand and typing are classed as her favorite sub- jects while reading, bicycling and "Pauly" take up most of her spare time. Loads of success to you, Fern. '42 Twevzly two Robert Sheipe Academic. Basketball 12: Baseball 12: Track 12: Little Theatre Club 12: Hi-Y 12: Chorus 12. One of the more athletically inclined lads is "Bobby," a four letter man. He earned his letters in track, soccer, baseball and basketball. lf "Bob" does not secure a position after graduation, he would like to join the Air Corps. May he "Wing" his way to success. Raymond Leibold General. Hunting and Fishing Club 12: Baseball ll, 12: Hall Patrol 12. Small, full of fun and witty, well describes this lad. "Flatty" served as manager of the baseball team and vice- president of the Hunting and Fishing Club during his senior year. Raymond is undecided as to Arthur Schlappich Industrial. Track 12: Soccer 12. Presenting to you this high- spirited, red-haired athletical- ly inclined senior Who rates hunting and ice-skating "tops." "Red" chooses ice cream and chocolate cake as his favorite foods and spends his leisure time hiking. The class Wishes him every bit of success in any field he chooses. William Glenn Academic. Hi-Y 12: Orchestra 12: Iazz Band ll, 12: Harmony Club 12: Band ll, 12: Chorus 12: Hall Patrol 12: Muhltohi 12. This teasing, tantalizing lad from 12A is one of the lead- ing musicians of the class. Teasing the girls occupies much of "Billy's" time, although his main ambition is to retire at the age of 21. fThat is, if he gets tired at that time? Curtis Gruber Commercial. Stage Crew 12: Hall Patrol 12. This blond, curly-haired lad rates history as his favorite subject.. "Kirky" spends most of his spare time on aviation and plans to enlist in the Air Corps after graduation. May you soar to success and Warren Brown Academic. Hi-Y 12: Chorus 12: Orchestra 11. 12: Observer ll, 12: Muhltohi 12. This tall, good natured lad has been amusing and con- fusing Observer copyreaders with his sports lingo for the past year. "Brownie" also supervised the head writing efforts of the staff. what he will do after gradua- hC1I3Dif1E'SS. After graduation, Warren tion but the class of '42 wishes if1Te1'1dS to GXPIOPG The THYS' him the best of luck. teries of research chemistry. 4"i I 'L t ' Ma u UA A D iii -i11 I . :.g.' '1""'Yl""""'f .. 1,... MIIAHOAI 1... T ,ff Us . a C. , NI,r 5' . ' at S1 - Q Mark Ketner Academic. Lettering Club 12: Hi-Y 12. "Mark," one of the studious members of the class, rates chemistry as his favorite sub- ject. "Mick" has piloted the class of '42 as president during both his junior and senior years. After graduation he plans to enter college and later become a chemist. The class hopes that he may have the best of luck. Ralph Bloch Commercial. Hi-Y 12: Table Tennis Club 12: Muhltolxi 12. A noisy, jolly, brown-eyed boy best describes Ralph. When "Mike" is asked what he likes best, he quickly re- plies, "Spaghetties." "Toothless" has great dreams of becoming a truck driver. The class wishes him the best of success. Frederick Adam Commercial. Track 12: Muhllohi 12: O. G. A. 12. This curly brown-haired lad is slated as the second tallest member of the senior class. lf after graduation he is un- able to enter the Air Corps, "Fritz" would like to secure work in a foundry. May all the air waves blow him to success or the furnace bellows fan his future to be a success- ful one. Ray Krick Industrial. Track 10. ll. 12: Soccer ll. 12. Ray is one of the short mem- bers of the class who is very athletically inclined. "Krickie" spends most of his leisure time hunting and play- ing baseball. He has made no decision as to what he will do after gradu- ation but the class Wishes him lots of luck. Harvey Ludwig Academic. Swimming 12: Basketball 12: Table Tennis 12:1-li-Y 12: Track 12. This carefree, blond-haired, blue-eyed lad delights in hav- ing a good time which he usually does. During his senior year, "Ludy" served as man- ager of the varsity basketball team and backstroked for the swimming team. Harvey's ambition is to be a "navy man." May you sail on seas blue as your eyes! Robert Bare Academic. Basketball 12: Hi-Y 12: Stage Crew 12. "Bups," reaching a height of 6 feet 2112 inches, is the "long" of his class. "Bare" states that his favor- ite subject is architectural drawing. Bob wishes to enter some place of drafting after leaving his Alma Mater. May he draw many straight lines in the future. '42 -I Tzvfnly fam V Robert Hottenstein Industrial. Hunting and Fishing Club 12. His favorite subjects are wood and metal shop while his best-liked foodstuffs are ice cream and raspberry pie. "Acres" hobby is tying fish- ing flies and "Bob's" favorite sport and pastime is hunting and fishing. As to the future, Robert plans to enter the sheet metal trade. Good luck, Robert. Clarence Luppold Industrial. Basketball 12: Tennis ll: Soccer 12: Golf 10, 11, 12. Meet one of the most ath- letic members of the class. Be- sides being the star player on the basketball team, "Ditch" also was active in tennis, soc- cer and golf. After graduating "Ditch" would like to Work in a de- fense mill. Good luck in what- ever you do. Iames Walter Industrial. This tall, brown-haired lad is one of the quiet members of his class. Hunting and fish- ing are his favorite pastimes and among his subjects he When rates metal shop first. asked his favorite food, he re- plied Without hesitation, "Choc- olate cake." Iimmy's plans for the future are not definite, but his class- mates wish him success. Paul Weyandt Academic. Soccer 12: Track ll, 12: Hi-Y 12. Meet one of the tallest mem- bers of the senior class. Paul is 5 feet 515 inches tall. "Greek" helped to serve as track manager during his junior and senior years. After graduation, Paul would like to make his hobby, farm- ing, his life's Work. The class of '42 Wishes you success. Richard MacDowell Industrial. 'lMac's" all Wrapped up in shop work since it's his favor- ite subject, hobby and leisure time activity. He expects to be either a civilian or an army airplane mechanic after graduation. May you "Mac" your place in the World, "Dick." Ioseph Carroll Industrial. Baseball ll, 12: Basketball 12: Hi-Y 12. "Gee zo!" You guessed it. This 6 foot, blue-eyed lad, who rates dancing and "Stitz" as "tops" is nearby when this expression is heard. "Buck" was one of the players on the basketball team. loe would like to work in a defense mill after graduation. The class Wishes you success. flff 4--' ffluhlfoki '42 i A-...pl A . EE 5 s. Scott Biehl Kenneth Groff Arthur Boyiz Industrial. Hi-Y 12: Soccer 12: Track ll. 12: Hall Patrol 12. Scott is a tall ambitious member ol the industrial sec- tion and rates wood shop as his favorite subject. During "Skip's" senior year, he served on both soccer and track teams. After graduation, Scott Wishes to join the mechanized division of the Army. Good luck! Ioseph DeSantis Academic. Little Theatre Club 12: Hall Patrol ll: Muhltohi 12: National Honor Society 12. foe is one of the more serious minded members of the class. He is president of the l2A home room and Little Theatre Club. Ioe's favorites are writing, dramatics and sciences. After graduation, this tall youth plans to match his in- telligence with the study of chemical engineering. May luck follow in your footsteps! Academic. Table Tennis 12: Muhltohi 12. This active youth can be seen Walking to and from school with a certain little miss from Hyde Park. "Kenny" plays with the Hyde Park basketball team and rates basketball and baseball as his favorite sports. "Buppie" Wants to enter barber school and he has one "Dot" in his line of success. Franklin Wertz Commercial. Hi-Y 12: Hunting and Fishing 12: Muhltohi 12. Sauntering along the halls, one sees this dark-haired, brown-eyed lad, who is usual- ly quiet until you know him. "Rocks" favorite sport is baseball. "Frankie" is undecided as to what he would like to be but the class wishes him the best of luck. Academic. Chorus 12:1-iall Patrol 12: Hi-Y 12: Muhltohi 12. To become a navigator and to have a girl in every port is Arthur's ambition. "Art" rates fishing, hunting, sleeping, horseback riding, golf and Glenn Miller exquisite. May each chart be a notch in your ladder of success, Harold Lebo Academic. Table Tennis Club 12: Muhltohi 12. Harold Lebo, who is a mem- ber of the l2B home room, rates photography as his favorite pastime. Most of his leisure time is taken up by playing table tennis and basketball. Harold is undecided as to his future but Whatever you undertake, the class wishes you "loads of luck." '42 -T Tufnlif Q11 if I J Leon Correll Academic. Basketball l2: Baseball ll, 12: Lettering Club 12. This tall lad of the senior class is a great sports fan and rates baseball highest. "Lee" likes math and me- chanical drawing the best when it comes to scholastic Work. After graduation Correll Would like to be a "service salesman" for the Armour Company. Iohn Lerch Commercial. Band 10, ll, 12: Or- chestra ll, 12: Iazz Band ll: 12: Table Tennis Club 12: Muhltohi 12. lohnny, one ol the jollier members of the senior class, rates history as his favorite subject, while hunting and fishing are his best-liked sports. When his school days are ended he would like to oper- ate his own service station. The class wishes you luck. Kenneth Sassaman Academic. Table Tennis Club 12. Beep! Beep! "Here comes Sassaman with the Ford," is often stated by his friends. During his leisure hours "Kenny" enjoys bowling and ping-pong. Kenneth is undecided as to what he intends to do after graduation. Happy landings, Kenneth. Iohn Loehrig Commercial. Chorus 12: Current Events Club 12: Band ll, 12: Orches- tra ll. 12: Basketball 12: Goli ll. 12: Hall Patrol 12. john is one of the taller mem- bers of the class, reaching to a height of 6 feet l inch. Basketball rates "tops" with "johnny" and typing is his best-liked subject. john would like a commercial job after graduation. Good luck "Iohnny." Iohn Lewars Academic. Lettering Club 12. Mechanical drawing is the favorite subject of this tall, dark and unambitious senior. Vanilla ice cream, coca cola and fried chicken are "Abbie's" favorite foods. Modeling airplanes and try- ing to make his models fly is the hobby of "Squeaky" Iohnny would like to be a draftsman or designer. Good luck. Donald Miller Industrial. Hunting and Fishing Club 12. Bang! Wham! Noise! lt's probably Donald tinkering again since he is the class "tinker" "Yut" is usually found in his home Workshop but he also takes time out for hunting and fishing. Donald hopes to tinker his Way to the top of the ladder in the field of mechanical avia- tion. Good luck! E? I urn! I-Nl'1'Pl1 ......-.-T '42 if .sg i ' ,Q 5-if j ' . A i I .Q Lryy 1...-G.. ,-it Francis Shipe Industrial. Soccer 12: Basketball l2. This tall, quiet, brown-eyed lad is one of the athletically inclined members of the class. During his leisure hours "Barney" enjoys swimming, softball, and a certain blue- eyed lass. After graduation "Frisk" would like to get a job in a steel mill. Good luck "Frisk." William Hoffman Commercial. Hi-Y 127 Track 10. 11. This blond-haired, blue-eyed young gentleman can be seen coming to school in his "Chevie." "Billy's" hobby is Working on automobiles and he rates track as his favorite sport. "Willie" hopes to enter in- surance business after gradu- ation. The class Wishes him success in this field or any other field he may enter, Robert Weibley Industrial. Hall Patrol 12: Chorus 12: Track ll. "Here comes Weibley on his bicycle!" While most students are going home from school "Bobby" passes them on his Way to work at a steel plant. Gardening and stamps oc- cupy "Hopsie's" spare time. If Robert can't get a good job after graduation, he hopes to join one of the services. Harold Iackson Academic. Lettering Club 12: Muhltohi 12. "lack" is one of our more studious lads, however, he usually finds plenty of time for sports and ice cream-fhis favorite "fruit"l! After graduation, "Muscles" wishes to matriculate at Wyo- missing Polytechnic Institute, -may you "engineer" your Way to success! Donald Salt Academic. Harmony Club 12: Iazz Band 12. "Salty" is one of the many air minded members of the senior class. Building model airplanes is his favorite hobby and he also likes to eat ice cream. After graduation, Donald Wishes to become an airplane mechanic. Happy tinkling, "Salty"! George Manwiller Commercial. Hi-Y 12: Little Theatre Club 12: Chorus 12: Track ll: Soccer 12: Muhltohi 12. "Goon" is one of the taller members of the class. He par- ticipated in both athletics and dramatics during his senior year. George would like to be an accountant. May he figure up on the ladder of success. W flll'f'I'If7j mqfzf tar ra - Maurice Fink Academic. This 5 feet 11112 inch lad with brown hair and brown eyes hails from Laureldale. "Moak" rates mathematics, grapefruit and eating, "tops." When Maurice becomes 21 years old, he expects to be- come a state trooper. May each stop sign mean a step to success. Iohn Hoffman Academic. Little Theatre Club 12: Hi-Y 12: Soccer 12: Hall Patrol 12: Muhltohi 12. This mischievous lad de- lights in teasing the opposite sex, which he does quite effi- ciently.lohnnie's main interests in school are chemistry, soccer, and a certain blue-eyed lass. After graduation Iohn plans to enter the air corps. May he always fly high! Emidio De Santis Industrial. This dark-haired senior lists shop and gym as his favorite subjects. Emidio rates baseball and football "tops" in sports and chooses ice cream as his best- liked food. Although "Meme" is unde- cided as to what to do after graduation, we Wish him all success in whatever he under- takes. Harold Kistler Commercial. Hi-Y 12: Art Club 12: Track l2. Harold will always be re- membered as the "Red-Head" who is continually looking for trouble. "Red," like all men, likes to eat. His favorite dish-French tries and hamburgers. Harold wishes to attend avia- tion school. Good luck, Harold. David Phillips Academic. Little Theatre Club 12: Debating 10: Swimming 12: Hall Patrol 12: Chorus 12: Band 10, ll, 12: Orchestra ll, 12: Muhltohi 12: National Honor Society 12. "Dave" is one of the more active members ot the class. This dark haired intelligent youth plans to study chemical engineering after graduation. May opportunity knock at your door. Kenneth Trout Industrial. Chorus 12: Hi-Y 12: Hunt- ing and Fishing Club 12: Golf 10, 11, 12. Participating in sports and playing golf take up almost all of "Hun's" leisure moments. All subjects rate equal with "Kenny" but he declared em- phatically nothing can beat ice cream in the line of tood. After graduation, Kenneth intends to work in Wayne l..oose's Print Shop. 1 fl!uAlf0A: '42 - tt i t cg 2 it .,. , K., xg 3 Marie Wurst Commercial. Girl Reserves 12: O. G. A. 12: Muhltohi 12. Marie is one of the gayest lassies of the class. She rates shorthand as her favorite subject and goes in for cherry ice cream in a big way. To be "somebody's stenog" is Maries ambition after grad- uation. May success be With her always. Iohn Giller Academic. Hi-Y 12: Swimming Team 12. An English accent, along with a superior ability to chew gum best describes lohn Giller, an English refugee, who joined the class this year. "lohnny" is a member of the swimming team and regards it as his favorite sport. After graduation, he plans to "swim" through college liie to prepare for a career in engi- neering. Good luck, Iohnny! Mary Dietz Commercial. Observer ll, 12: Muhltohi 12. Mary rates basketball and baseball her favorite sports, while dancing is her hobby. During her senior year, Mary served as secretary to Miss A. H. Horton, music instructress. Alter graduation Mary would like to go to McCann's Busi- ness School. Good luck from the class of '42. ak Senior Class Play, left to right, H. Iackson, G. Manwiller, R. Schaeffer. W. Glenn fsiltingl. M. Hinnershitz. D. Phillips, W. Brown. E. Cramer fkneelingJ, R. Sheipe frecliningl. B. Spatz, M. Bonner. B. Young. I. DeSantis. ik gli! MGZWZ 'Ir Praise be to you, dear Muhlenberg And as We leave and go beyond, ln unison We sing Each, separate Ways apart, Thy honor, praise and glory, The dear old name ot Muhlenberg And make the echoes ring. Will linger in our hearts. 5'-rimiuuiiiie Hu Robert Weibley ,M.,i,- f42- as .1 T ffluAlfaAi '42 Um M!! if We, the Senior Class of Muhlenberg Township I-Iigh School in the borough of Laureldale, in the township of Muhlenberg, in the county of Berks, in the state of Pennsylvania, in the United States of America, being conscious of our doings, do declare this our last will and testament which makes null and void all former wills made by us. We do hereby state that all debts and expenses be paid by our executors which are herein named: Last Will and Testament of 12A Item I: Bamarie Glenn gives up her enthusiasm for English grammar to David Boeshore, IIB. Item II: David Phillips bequeaths his bass voice to Miss Horton, teacher of music. Item III: We bestow Olivette Kiehl's giggle to Miss Rahn. Item IV: To lane Rentschler, I IA, we give Warren Brown's teasing ways. Item V: Iohn Giller wills his ability to chew gum to Ioseph Ilg, I IB. Item VI: To Betty Stitzel, IOB, Marie Bonner wills her ability to tell jokes. Item VII: The class bestows to Iulia Wolfe, 9A, the nimble fingers of William Glenn. Item VIII: With deep regrets, Gloria I-Ieckman wills her craving for food to Carmen Becker, IIA. Item IX: To the IIC girls, Fern Carl and Kathryn Reichert generously pass on their friendship with "Fleetwood" boys. Item X: Esther McKently bestows second page of the Observer to Iane Rentschler, IIA. Item XI: We bequeath Bernice Scheirer's gift of gab to I-larry Manwiller, IIA. Item XII: Betty Iean Spatz wills her position as vocalist in Swing Band to Betty Merkel, QD. Item XIII: We bestow to Gloria Ebersole, IIB, the quiet disposition of Violet Gehrig. Item XIV: The witty sayings of Kathryn Pehlman we give to Bette Manderbach, IIA. Item XV: Ioseph DeSantis willingly gives his black hair to Mr. I-Iarris. Item XVI: The Casanova waves of Arthur Bortz we bequeath to Bruce Kurzweg, IIA. Item XVII: Ruth Boyer's nickname, "Pussy," we bestow to Mary Iane Gehris, IIA. Item XVIII: Ardell Plucker wills her love for Blandon to Doris Herman, IUC. Item XIX: The imagination of Betty Young we give to Margery Wheeler, IIC. Item XX: Miriam Moyers liking for tall boys we bequeath to Bernice Reed, IIB. Item XXI: The class bestows to William Steinfurth, IIC, the quietness of Virginia Schweyer. Item XXII: Ruth Schaeffer wills her adolescent voice to Claire Ilg, IIB. Item XXIII: To Frederick Fuller, IOA, Alice Voit wills her ability to throw snowballs. Item XXIV: Iune Leinbach wills her shortness to Yolanda Meitzner, IOC. Item XXV: The long hair of Edith Geis we give to Iune Graeff, 9B. Item XXVI: The friendship of Marilyn Schaeffer and lean Stoudt we be- queath to Ruth Iones and Dorothy Schubert, IIB. Item XXVIII Virginia Weaver bequeaths her red hair to Mr. White. In addition, the l2A home room would like to will the following things: Item I: Permanent membership for Mr. White in his sixty-minute club. Item II: The over-abundance of male members to IIA. .2 hi. .I 'L' .' I -. ,NA I ,i , I We T 'A sv.-' L, , , K.., ,i 1 I 1 Last Will and Testament of 12B Item I: Robert Bare wills his long legs to "Mickey" Moll, IIB. Item Il: Frederick Adam bestows to Iohn Herman, QF, his curly hair. Item III: The class takes great pleasure in willing Kenneth Crroff to Dorothy Nagle, IUC. Item IV: William Hoffman wills his "Chevie" to Iohn Fehr, IIC. Item V: To Carmen Becker, IIB, Harold Kistler cheerfully wills his red hair. Item VI: Iohn Lewars bequeaths his "tight pocket" to Raymond Spohn, IIB. ltem VII: To Dorothy Kissinger, QA, the class bestows Iohn Hoffman. Item VIII: driving. To Morris Knouse, IIA, Kenneth Sassaman wills his "cowboy" Item IX: Robert Sheipe bequeaths to Harry Manwiller, IIA, his track SUCCESS. Item X: Donald Salt cheerfully wills his laughing l'cackIe" to Margery Wheeler, IIC. Item XI: To Willard Coombs, I IA, Paul Weyandt bequeaths his leadership. Item XII: Leon Correll wills his shooting ability in basketball to Richard Thomas, QF. Item XIII: Ney, IOE. Item XIV: Item XV: Item XVI: Item XVII: to Betty Stitzel, Item XVIII: Item XIX: use of words. Item XX: Rieser, IIA. Item XXI: Item XXII: Harvey Ludwig bestows his friendship with girls to Royce Harold Lebo wills his "flashy" shirts to Wesley Seitzinger, IIB. To Robert Phillips, IUA, Harold Iackson wills his muscles. Maurice Fink wills his bicycle to R. S. Leinbach for reducing. Fern Horst bestows her position on the varsity cheering squad IOB. Ianice Pannabecker wills her height to Rita Webb, IUC. To Gloria Kulikowski, IIC, Arlene Hartranft wills her excellent Mary Sardo bestows her "slap-happy" personality to Mary Betty Foose wills her Ujitterbuggingu to Marvin Weaver, IIB. To lane Rentschler, IIA, goes Ethel Fehr's Utalkativenessf' Item XXIII: Marie Wurst wills her friendship with the N. Y. A. boys to Anna Hiester, 7F. Item XXIV: To Mildred Krause, IIA, Fern Weidner wills her "pestiness." Item XXV: Evelyn Cramer wills her bashfulness to Richard Snyder, QF. Item XXVI: Ieanette Schmeck bequeaths her basketball ability to Elsie Moll, IIB. Item XXVII: To Betty Merkel, QD, Ruth Breitegam bestows her method of keeping out of traffic court. Item XXVIII: Mary Dietz wills her position as alumni editor of the Observer to Bette Manderbach, IIA. Item XXIX: Arlene Hartman bequeaths her friendship with Mrs. Wertz to Margaret Behler, IOD. Item XXX: Iune Killian bestows to Mary lane Gehris, IIA, her "slang" Item XXXI: To Dorothy Schubert, IIB, goes Mildred Delp's two-mile hike to the school bus. Item XXXII: Edith Knoll bequeaths her As in shorthand to Anna Phillips, IIC. Item XXXIII: Wolfe, IIA. Alice Hinnershitz wills her ability to drive a car to Douglas Item XXXIV: To lane Fry, IIA, Margaret Viering bestows her good humor. Item XXXV: Doris Rhine wills her technique of arranging her hair to Vera Griffith, IIC. Item XXXVI: Bette Rothenberger bequeaths her ability to daydream about "tall, blonde and handsome subjects" to Betty Gordner, IIB. Item XXXVII: Mark Ketner wills his office as president of the senior class to Donald Shunk, IIB. Item XXXVIII: The friendship of Doris Blum and "Alley" Phillips is willed to Iane Rischell, IUC, and William Miller, IIB. Item XXXIX: IZB also wishes to leave their 'lgood humor" with the coming IZB home room: and their ability to produce unusual home room programs. ffluhlfohi '42 l Thirty-two Last Will and Testament of 12C Item I: Iean Bachman's ability to discover her seat in the auditorium study we give to Izella Arnold, IIB. Item II: Iohn Lerch wills to the debating squad his ability to argue. Item III: To Mr. Mearig, teacher of history, Anna Becker gives the name Esther, which he insisted upon calling her. Item IV: We bestow to Donald Shunk, IIB, the front teeth of Ralph Bloch. Item V: Anna Antonelli gives her lack of height to Caroline DeSantis, IUB. Item VI: To Anna Phillips, IIC, we give the shyness of Minerva Bauder. Item VII: Marian Moser's knowledge of "jitterbugging" we bequeath to Lucia Meitzner, IIB. Item VIII: To Robert I-Iaschert, IOB, the class wills Marie Weavers ability to get along with Mr. I-Iarris. Item IX: George Manwiller's technique on how to blush we bequeath to Wesley Seitzinger, IIB. Item X: George Eisenbrown, IIB, is to receive the quietness of Mary Reed. Item XI: Betty Miller grants her love of skating to Iane Rischell, IOC. Item XII: To Otto Voit, IIA, goes Anna May Haas' ability to sleep in class without being caught. Item XIII: Marjorie Stoner's admiration of F. D. Roosevelt we bequeath to Mr. Getz. Item XIV: We bestow upon Ioyce McKently, IOC, the mature nature of Dolores Aulenbach. Item XV: Iohn Loehrig grants the bass drum and cymbals to Paul Weller, SD. Item XVI: Franklin Wertz bequeaths his black hair to Bruce Sheipe, IOB. Item XVII: To Bob Becker, QB, we will Curtis Gruber's stage crew ability. Item XVIII: The l2C home room wills their liking for Miss Keller's punch to the eleventh grade. Last Will and Testament of 12D Item I: Scott Biehl wills his track managership to Francis Graeff, IUB. Item II: Ioseph Carroll wills his technique with the girls to the ever- popular William Miller, IIB. Item III: Emidio De Santis wishes to will his good behavior to Benny Penturelli, IUC. Item IV: Ruth I-Ioll wills her height to Carmen Becker, IIA. Item V: Robert Hottenstein wills his height and small feet to "Mickey" Moll, IIB. Item VI: Ray Krick wills his ability to broad jump to I. E. I-larris. Item VII: Clarence Luppold's golfing ability we give to R. I.. Brown of Siberia. Item VIII: Esther Miles wills her distance to come to school to Rose Shipe, IOD. Item IX: Donald Miller wills his snowball throwing ability to C. E. Cole. Item X: Arthur Schlappich bestows upon W. B. Iohnson his ability to ice skate. Item Xl: Francis Shipe wills his basketball ability to I-I. I. Manderbach. Item XII: Kenneth Trout wills his technique with the girls to Bobby Madenford, IID. Item XIII: Marylin Moyer wills her ability to chew gum to E. S. Loose. Item XIV: Richard McDowell wills his quietness to I. B. Shaner. Item XV: Iames Walter wills his studious nature to Blain Trate, IID. Item XVI: Robert Weibley wills his track ability to Millford Gruenert, QE. We nominate and appoint Donald Shunk, IIB and Gloria Kulikowski, IIC, to be the executors of this our last will and testament, with full authority to carry out all its provisions to the utmost effect. In testimony whereof, we have hereunto set our hands and seals this tenth of March, A. D., l942. The Class of '42 Nancy, Nancy, and Nancy, Attorneys-at-Law Tiff,-ly-tlzwa -W-W '42 WW ,,, i x iii uf: , I I. Hliiaiiai A y K Y Ml, A 5 7 -..T . ,A ,, .. -M 5 me , - fy! 5.1-,., , My .2 I, ' mt - gi I ' :vga J , 4 ,. ,... . . ":x"f.'f 7 gal! Mlfofy When the fall of H935 arrived, Ql seventh grade students entered Muhlen- berg. AfLer six years of participation in sports, plays, debates, music and many other activities, these students, now numbering lO5, graduate as the class of '1l2. During seventh grade, a group of 22 present seniors presented a play in junior assembly entitled UThe Pied Piper of Hamlin," under the direction of Mrs. M. E. Coblentz. ln the following year, 8A presented a play entitled "Great Caesar" in assembly. Marilyn Schaeffer and David Phillips won the American Legion Awards in eighth grade. Boys of the QA home room won the first half championship of the ninth grade basketball league. Marie Bonner was the only present senior selected in tenth grade to par- ticipate in County Chorus which sang at Muhlenberg. The lUC home room presented a play entitled "His Fathers Gone South," on Thursday, April 4, and Friday, April 5, l94O under the direction of Miss F. Keller. Several members of the class took part in the Christmas play entitled "Kings in Nomaniaf' presented by the Little Theatre Club on December l9 and 20, l94O, in junior and senior assembly. Betty Young portrayed the leading role in "Anne of Green Gables," given by the Little Theatre Club, Tuesday, March 4, l94l. Present seniors chosen in eleventh grade for the National Honor Society were Evelyn Cramer, Marilyn Schaeffer and Betty Young. loseph DeSantis and David Phillips portrayed the leads in the senior class play, 'lMurder in Rehearsal," presented November 7 and 8, under the direction of C. D. Getz. Class of l91l2 is the first class to publish its yearbook separately from the Observer. The name, Muhltohi, was chosen for the annual. Mark Ketner as president, guided the class in the eleventh and twelfth grades. Paul Weyandt, vice president, Dolores Aulenbach, secretaryg loseph Carroll, treasurer, were the other officers. Ek ffm yon, We are saying goodbye today, There is no other way. We are leaving you tonight, Only memories remain. Within these walls We were taught the very best, And we're sure that We will survive life's task. Your thoughts will linger long, You'll live within our hearts, Honoring you from day to day Until the very last. But now the time for us to part Has come. So we all thank you and say Goodbye! Ioseph DeSantis David Phillips lhuiftoh' '42 li, T11 frty-fum -Y - -q,,4 7' ull ' fig? A131 7' Q ' T4 w i f - T2 gg f.1?2:'flN ff, W' iff. f f b-Q IW Ml'fUIrm.' ' A 1" ,'. ' AALJI mfs , 1.31 , ll N , iofiivilll'-E' ' fl " D x H0 E R00 S 'K' WJ Si ,cfm 'f 12A home room, left to right, first row: R. Schaeffer, K. Pehlman, M. Moyer. V. Weaver. A. Voit, O. Kiehl, B. Spatz. E. McKently, I. Leinbach, M. Hinnershitz: second row: R. Boyer. V. Schweyer, M. Nyce, M. Bonner, R. Glenn, I. W. White, home room teacher: B. Scheirer, K. Reichert. F. Carl, G. Heckman. A. Plucker: third row: M. Schaeffer. B. Young, W. Brown, D. Phillips, I. Giller, I. DeSantis, W. Glenn, A. Bortz. I. Stoudt, V. Gehrig. 1 Y l I I I I . f... A .W , it if ff' E .am ,egg f 3 :g.2 V53 1 it 904 A , 'ia '- -- A --,-- .L-f x 12B home room, left to right, first row: D. Salt, K. Groff, H. Lebo. H. Iackson, W. Hoffman, H. Kistler, H. Ludwig: second row: I. Pcmnabecker, D. Blum, M. Viering, A. Hartman. E. Fehr, M. Dietz, F. Horst, B. Rothenberger, D. Rhine, M. Sardo: third row: I. Schmeck, A. Hinnershitz. M. Delp, F. Weidner, E. Knoll, E. Cramer, A. Hartranft, M. Wurst, R. Breitegam, I. Killian, B. Foose: fourth row: I. Hoffman, M. Fink, M- Ketner, I. Lewars, F. Adams, R. Bare, P. Weyandt, R. Sheipe, L. Correll, K. Sassaman, C. D. Getz, home room teacher. -MM.. ,42 M.. Thirty vm ll lee, Q af'-13 1343! if fx ' X' 12C home room, left to right, first row: D. Aulenbctch, A. Antonelli, M. Stoner, M. Reed, A. Becker, M. Bohr. M. Weaver, B. Miller: second row: M. Moser, A. M. Haas, I. Bcrchmcm. M. Bauder. G. Kohler, Miss T. L. Knauss, home room teacher: third row: I. Loehrig, C. Gruber, F. Wertz, R. Bloch, I. Lerch, G. Mcmwiller. 12D home room, left to right. first row: R. Leibold, R. Krick, A. Schlappich. R. Holl, E. Miles, M. Moyer, G. Hcxble, D. Miller, E. DeScmtis: second row: K. Trout, S. Biehl, F. Shipe. I. Carroll, E. S. Loose, home room teacher, C. Luppold. R. Hottenstein. I. Walter, R. MacDowell. M I 2 Nw l fffff-N fIf'fI" Mi lffuiftoh' '42 im.. Y llylrl Q' I 11A-B home room, left to right, first row: L. Moll, G. Eisenbrown, G. Stetzler, I. Rentschler, A. Bingaman I. Arnold, B. Weber. C. Becker, N. Griffith, G. Manwiller, E. Sabatucci, I. Bricker. E. Moll. C. Trexler, I. Hohl second row: K. Muehlman, W. Sherwood, B. Gordner. M. Brown, E. Larkin, N. Boyer, I. Hassler. D. Kaylor, I. Fry, third row: H. G. Gerberich, IIB home room teacher: D. Gehris, E. Paul, B. Arnold, M. Rieser. G. Ebersole, R. Boeshore, R. Beamesderfer, R. Stetzler, W. Fowler, I. llg, M. Knouse, D. Francis. H. Arnold: fifth row: B. Kurzweg, Greth, W. Seitzinger, R. Iacoby. D. Wolfe, D. Shunk, W. Zimmerman. B. Geisler, B. Steinfurth. G. Iones. D R. Blatt, Miss E. E. Staudt. llA home room teacher, Miller. D. Dunkle, L. Meitzner, B. Reed, C. Ilg, M Iones, D. Schubert, H. Manwiller: fourth row: D T. Clarke. R. Derr, O. Voit, R. Loehrig. F. Pegg M. Weaver, R. Yerger, W. Benner, R. Spohn. R Coombs, C. Kramer. g 1 1 L .. R. X 51- 1 .ii 5:3 11C-D home room. left to right, first row: G. Kulikowski, A. Seidel, P. Angstadt, D. Giamotti, A. Putt, D. Kutz, K. Bissey, D. Hoehrig. B. Searfoss, B. Rissmiller, L. Viering, M. Wheeler. V. Griffith. E. Hoffman: second row: R. Madenford, M. Brown. I. Mervine, E. Spohn, K. Behm. I. Hildebrand, M. Rothenberger, A. Phillips, D. Auchenbach, F. Dautrich, R. Snyder. H. Moyer, M. Himmelreich, M. Strauss, M. Iohnson: third row: D. Long, W. Dubbs, W. Steinfurth, R. Emerick, R. Carr, I. Bortz, H. Reed, C. Strausser. W. Spies, I. Haas, I. Witman, M. Weaver, E. Freymoyer, E. Dunkle, C. Hevalow: fourth row: L. B. Mearig, llC home room teacher: H. Hains, S. Heim. A. Heinrich. R. Hill, L. Canto, D. Marburger, P. Gardner, R. Kircher, L. Dailey, H. Degler. H. Nitsche, B. Trate, K. Iones, I. Fehr, M. Ebersole. Il. Evans, R. L. Brown, 11D home room teacher. Ll MUAHOAI. '42 W- 1"ff'f'fy-PM In E 8 I S A IDA home room, left to right. first row: P. Burley, K. Walter, I. Hinkle, B. Fritz. M. Gerberich. A Kurtyka M. Voeste. R. Adams, W. Irvin, M. Hipple: second row: A. Siedel, I. Miller, C. Konczewski, I. Luerssen H Bailey, B. Fielitz, R. Berkemeyer, C. Young, I. Hartranft. K. Kline: third row: C. Glick, C. Manwiller L R Rose, R. Sawyer, F. Fuller, H. Beck. C. Biehl, R. Phillips. R. Pentz. N. Wesner, R. Brunner, G. I Hassler former home room teacher. is FN ll IUB-C home room, leit to right, first row: E. Becker, I. Rishell, I. Bailey, D. Fehr. N. Rauenzahn, E Schoonover, D. Heist, E. Schoonover, D. Herman, D. Nagle, R. Schaeffer. N. Sabatucci, B. Brown, R. Haschert second row: F. Reed. I. McKently, I. Harvey, M. Hollinger, B. McNeal, B. Rothermel, D. Deeds. D. Hartman L. Harrison, H. Krause, L. Steinroch. I. Witman, R. Shipe, I. E. Harris, 10B home room teacher: third row B. Wegman, R. Webb, Y. Meitzner, G. Brunner. H. Anderson. R. Reedy. D. Scheirer, H. George. R. Borner M. Shearer, C. DeSantis, I. Lenzi, R. Snyder, Mrs. Ruth Rothermel: fourth row: I. Eisenbrown, R. Owen C. Fegley. L. DeSantis, R. Weidner, C. Kiehl, F. Graeif, W. Lutz, B. Sheipe. R. Newman, C. Miller, D. Good G. Koller. E. Rapp. - ff1,,A1f.,A,- '42 1 I 1 10D-E home room, left to right, first row: I. Manwiller, E. Saltzman, M. Kissling, I. Heiser, M. Behler. M. Camilli, G. Malandra. R. Keller, P. Heist, C. Miller, W. Frey, R. Evans, I. Enzmann: second row: M. Brenner, R. Hartranft, V. Camilli, I. Eisenhart, C. Lerch, I. Artz, S. Millard, C. Seidel, B. Kramer, G. Evans, F. Ibach, F. Naftzinger, M. Sassaman, G. Althouse. P. Bach: third row: P. Sfaver, C. Sherman, A. Schmeck, I. Thomas, C. Sparr. I.. Livinghouse, M. Sheehan, W. Sparr, A. DeAngelo, R. Harris, A. Weaver, I. Drechsel, I. Howard, R. Bitner: fourth row: R. S. Leinbach, lIJE home room teacher: R. Sterner, A. Brenner, R. Kiehl, K. Lerch, L. Thren, M. Antonelli, I. Beck, C. Bechtel, R. Reed, R. Kleffel, I. Geho, R. Frey: fifth row: R. D. Shipe, 10D home room teacher: E. Boeshore, W. Sherman, L. Kramer, P. Bieber, D. Redcay, L. Heckman, R. Reeser, C. Stoudt, R. Reider, W. Blatt, R. Ney. SA-B-C home rooms, left to right, first row: R. George, G. Hohl, D. Rothenberger, L. Krause, H. Cole I Hevalow, P. Dahms, L. Viering, R. Burkey, D. Neider, I. Peipher, R. Hartman, W. Moll, G. Telliho second row: M. Bowers, P. Hoffman, E. Seidel, M. Schweyer, C. Himmelberger, H. Hepner, A. Fry, I. Yerger I Graeff, A. Gasser, T. Lengle, A. Emerick. A. Gibble, I. Beckmann, D. Hable, G. Moyer, I. Urffer th1rd row: R. Arnold, I. Neher, I. Gernert, B. Weaver, F. Pentz, D. Kissinger, I. DeSantis, F. Kochel, H. Trexler E Liss, I. Boltz, I. Berg, D. Snyder, M. Nickliss, S. Woomert, O. Schell, G. Wurst, B. Leibensperger: fourth row Mrs. L. K. Rimby, 9A home room teacher: D. Wenfzel, A. Hartzell, I. Wolfe, R. Lerch, V. Brenner M Breitegam, K. Carl, B. Dininni. M. Steele, I. Hinkle, P. Early, R. Fabiani, L. Strausser, M. I. Marbarger L Erny, K. Deeds, I. Clarke: fifth row: I. Kohler, M. Klemmer. G. Deisher, R. Kramer, B. I. Kemmerl1ng H Kczntner, E. Hovey, B. Hill, E. Herbein, H. Nestler, E. Potts, R. Walters, F. Bland, D. Linderman, M. Ulle S Gaspari, D. Ketner. Mrs. H. Ramsay. 9B home room teacher: sixth row: G. Gensemer, M. I. Shunk D Ilg D. Reeser. H. Kremser, D. Moll, W. Ferro, H. Boyer, F. Newcomb, I. Brown, H. Brewer, F. Luerssen F Schultz, W. Weidner, P. Gehrig. Alukftoiz 42 P01111 A as ' Lu I ' 7 1 11-I . i-T f 5 g in A x i I 9D-E-F home room, left to right, first row: C. Printz, R. Batz, H. Heckman, D. Fiorvanti, L. Sweitzer, R. Arnold. E. Auchenbach, H. Carley, P. Guidotti, H. Sechrist, I. Herman, W. Redcay, R. Dietrich: second row: H. Manderbach, SE home room teacher. I. Fredericks, R. Huey, I. Ludwig, S. Heist, E. DeWalt, M. Ferro, E. Grube, I. Hassler, E. Emerick, S. I. Sweitzer, A. Reber, F. Brye, F. Goodman, R. Keller, B. Merkel, B. Trait, E. Morganti: third row: D. Boyer, B. Gambler, A. Grim, B. Iohnson, M. Katzenmoyer, M. Katzenmoyer, I. Boyer, I. George, M. Youndt. I. Adams, D. Zable, A. Wert. I. Levan, L. Kadack, R. Sellari, B. Phillips, B. Hinkle: lourth row: W. Gernert, E. Webb, M. I. Kearney, G. Bittle, E. Showers, I. Carley, S. Klettel, L. Schmeck, M. Marburger, D. Haus, D. Kline, P. Fick, R. Fox, K. Klee, G. Boeshore, G. Spinka, G. Bortz, W. Blatt: fifth row: R. S. Paden, 9D home room teacher: E. B. H. Williams, H. Gernert, H. Baer, D. Bowers, S. A. Weller, R. Snyder, K. Dellicker, C. Bitzer, L. R. Baker, E. Ulrich, W. Gordner, M. Gassert, R. Adams, G. Fick, H. Becker, W. Sharp, L. Faust, G. Holland. 8A-B home room, left to right, first row: R. Schlegel, R. Young, F. Good, G. Irwin, R. Iacoby, W. Spahr, I. Angstadt, R. Hahn, E. Hevalow, L. Beyer, C. Heist. R. Reddy: second row: M. Moyer, BB home room teacher M. Slonaker, R. Spies, B. Voeste, S. Angstadt, A. Rapp, F. Hoptley, P. Peirce, B. Pehlman, A. Sigg, R. Bricker, M. Fehr, E. Balsamini, E. Krogman, H. Leibold, D. Young, Miss K. Humma, 8A home room teacher: third row: W. Winter, V. Kehler, A. Solicmos, R. Thiele, I. Coombs, V. MacLatchie, I. Miller, A. Young, B. Davis, I. Milkins, D. Shingle, A. Noll, A. Yeager, E. Heist, F. Eben, M. Luppold: fourth row: C. Reed, R. Hollinger, C. Snyder, B. Mengle, R. Gardner, L. Yeager, P. Owens, E. Stefan, L. Heiiley, D. Fetterman, K. Artz, D Hain, I. Lane, I. Fink, M. Faller: tilth row: C. Reetz, I. Miller, R. Greenawald, F. Warmkessel, G. Greene W. Eyrich. I. Nagle, W. Wentzel, F. Eisenbrown, H. Dorminey, E. Oxenreider, L. Eddinger, R. Rothenberger E. Mertz, R. Snyder, M. Held. I flfli I li ffluAlf0Ai '42 1' 1 1 Reinert, 9C home room teacher: F. Katzenmoyer, C. Dietz, Good, O. Degler, R. Shipe, E. Fenstamacher, W. Walters, Camilli: sixth row: H. Fick, H. Althouse, F. Diehl, L. Epler. Brown, R. Thomas, M. Gruenert, L. Haus, W. Boyer, P. .. y I ' 4. ,L ,,.., 56 BC-D-E home room, left to right, first row: P. Weller. B. Kinsey. A. Griffith, R. Rolland, I. Kulp. F. Diehl, C. Heim, R. Biehl, R. Wolfe, A. Spinka, H. Pfautz, D. Schell, L. Weinman, D. Large, C. Aulenbach, W. Seidel: second row: A. Hess, E. Tolomei, B. Gottschall. B. Field, S. Peipher. C. Paci, A. Paci, B. Field. B. Nicholas, A. Brown, N. Sechrist, B. Showers, S. Kline, B. Brown, M. Marburger, S. Iackson, E. Yoder: third row: F. Snyder. L. Schettler, B. Fry, M. Heffner, I. Harris, I. Mengle, D. Trout. M. Stockwell. H. Isenberg. E. Kantner, F. Fleishman. S. Lerch, M. Adams, K. Ketterer, M. Savini, I. Wayne, I. Feltenberger, E. Keller: fourth row: P. Schultz, W. Delcolo, D. Miller. W. Miller, B. Gerhart, E. Kutz, B. Bowman, E. Huey, A. Keller, K. Keller, A. Titlow. A. Hoch, M. Schaeffer, G. Kline. I. Heffner, G. Reinert, I. Tobias, C. Dietrich, B. Steinfurth: fifth row: D. Rissmiller, P. Beck, F. Schaeffer, R. Webb, F. Carr, H. Reichart, G. Walley, I. Hunsberger. E. Rothermel. G. Summons, R. Fegley, A. Camilli, I. Grube. W. Staver, G. Ohlinger. E. Schera. I. B. Shaner, Ir., 8D home room teacher: sixth row: Miss A. R. Slifer, 8C home room teacher: H. Weyandt, H. Miller, W. Eisenhower, W. Guldin, D. Greth, S. Biehl. R. Greth. L. Koch. R. P. Ulmer. 8E home room teacher: W. Desh, F. Hoffman, I. Yoder, W. Witman, E. Gauby, T. Lawless, S. Carr, S. Parr, I. Kulp, H. Wolfe, L. Fink. FWIHW 7A-B-C home rooms, left to right, first row: R. Simon, R. Seisler, N. Kaufman, H. Althouse, B. Seidel. R. Kramer, H. Schaeffer, D. Rapp. W. Miller, H. Saltzman, R. Rothermel, W. Bickle, H. Dunkle. R. Dunkle, I. Rose, C. Noll: second row: V. Miller, C. Kline. K. Haines, R. Trexler, I. Neuroth. B. Schmehl. A. Adams. I. Leihold, D. Bricker, F. Weaver. G. Rothenberger. I. Urffer, M. Dellicker, H. Fauntz. I. Holland, N. Harris, D. Spohn: third row: H. Gass, C. Helms. I. Geise. R. Fish, A. Griffith, I. Wertz, G. Larkin, C. Gring. B. Ohlinger. M. Davis, B. Redcay, P. Nagle, C. Steel, C. Rothermel, A. Meitzler. D. Kantner. C. Moyer: fourth row: E. Iacoby, F. Reed, G. Oxenreider, L. Youndt, R. Gassert, E. Heist, I. Weaver, D. Becker. E. Snyder, D. Linderman, R. Adams, I. Geisler, I. Morganti, A. Blatt, M. Paff, M. Oyler, C. Gring, M. Leibenguth. L. Shifty: fifth row: R. Seyler, M. Hoover. R. Schlegel. C. Weidner, C. Eisenhrown, O. Greene. A. Givler, M. Reinert, S. Verret. I. Buchter, B. Henry, D. Slonaker, E. Folk. I. George, P. Wolfe, C. Weller, M. Althouse. A. Distasio: sixth row: R. Reber, T. Rauenzahn, H. Himmelberger, I. Hartman, H. George, H. Trate, Miss A. Horton, home room teacher 7A: Miss I. Ebling, home room teacher 7C: Mrs. M. Coblentz, home room teacher 7B: R. Arndt, K. Seyler, I. Carr. I. Tice. M. McWade, H. Heisner, B. Miller. 1 l A fi g E 7D-E-F home rooms. left to right, sitting: R. Reed, D. Wolfe. R. Slonaker, R. Tecklenburg. R. Hettner, R. Mcllently. G. Cramer. C. Yerger, R. White, M. Weaver, E. Artz. K. Reichart. R. Klee. I. Fox, E. Blatt: first row, standing: I. Cole. I. Shipe. D. Evans. F. Manwiller, D. Wurst. E. Fleisher. M. Trumbore. B. Rahn, I. Boyer, B. Moyer. D. Wegner. V. Biehl. I. Brunner. L. Balsamini. M. Buser. I. Schoener. A. Guidotte, A. Snyder. D. Strausser. R. Schmeck: second row: I. Spade. T. Feltenberger. R. Starke, M. Weyandt. R. Weaver, G. Guldin. I.. Reider. A. Heister, I. Seyler. I. Merkel. A. Fry. M. Baer, I. Hassler. R. Rissmiller. F. Graeif. I. Reed, W. Sturdibant. W. Boyer. I. Haus. W. Seidel: thi rd row: D. Beck, R. Stoudt, R. Hans. D. Swavely. A. Doian, R. Delp. M. Wertz. F. Heckman, W. Adams. T. Dawson. C. Kaylor. I. Rothenberger. I. Kistler, M. Gehris, F. Frick, E. Weidner. R. Schaeffer, R. Homan. R. Ilg: fourth row: P. Reider, I. Richardson. I. Gambler. B. Schmeck. M. Walters, V. Blessing. M. Bortz, P. Pick. Miss E. M. Willits, 7F home room teacher: S. Bosold. B. Klemmer, Mrs. M. C. D. Wertz. home room teacher: C. Amos. R. Yoder. S. Moyer. A. Hassler. K. Fry. Flite Mylbylff 0 QAM! Mm September 2-School opens with an enrollment of 990, a decrease of lU. Three teachers joined the faculty, Miss E. Willits, teacher of history, L. Groninger, teacher of instrumental music, and H. I. Manderbach, teacher of mathematics and science. October 24-25-Nine members of the OIm'a'1'w' staff attend the convention of the Penn- sylvania School Press Association at Harrisburg. School paper gains first place award for the eleventh consecutive year. October 31-HalloWe'en sport dance with music furnished by Penn Wheelman Music Master's Orchestra. November 7eSenior class presents a mystery play entitled "Murder in Rehearsal." November l3eEducation 'Week program and "Open House." Dance Band reorganized under the leadership of Lee Groninger, director of instrumental music, .lflllllfllllli is chosen as the name for Muhlenberg's yearbook. Hi-Y club sponsors an informal dance in the high school gymnasium, December lelunior high school, under the direction of Miss A. H. Horton, presents an operetta entitled "The Toymakerf' December 5-6-Twenty-one pupils represent Muhlenberg in the Eastern Pennsylvania District Chorus at Nazareth, Pa. December 9-Seventy boys and teachers voluntarily join the Muhlenberg Civilian Defense Unit. December lU-Muhlenberg branch of the Pennsylvania State Education Association partakes of a Christmas turkey dinner at the lris Club, Reading, Pa. December l7-A faculty Christmas tea is sponsored by the home economics department. with N Q I "'f'f'f1f-fm, l... Muhftokl' '42 T H bt s Qt? . -. fi 0 .QAGGZ Mm December Z3-Music and art departments present the Christmas program in junior and senior assemblies. .December 30-'MO' and Quill and Scroll Clubs sponsor a dance in the local gym- nasium. lanuary 21-Z3-Marie Bonner and David Phillips represent Muhlenberg in state chorus at Coatesville. lanuary 26-Muhlenberg Hi-Y wins first prize, a gavel, for having highest percentage of members present at a meeting of the Berks County Hi-Y Affiliation. Blue and White are chosen as class colors of the class of '43, 55 pupils of eleventh and twelfth grades apply for positions on Muhltolfi staff. February ll-R. l. McGarry, teacher of instrumental music and science, joins Muhlen- berg faculty replacing Lee Groninger, who joined Air Corps. February Z0-Muhlenberg forensic teams, coached by C, D, Getz, defeat Mt. Penn and Boyertown in debate. February Z6-27-A play entitled "Fun to be Free" is presented in assembly by mem- bers of the faculty and students. March l2-Girl Reserves partake of spaghetti supper. March l4-Muhlenberg is represented in the all-state orchestra by lack Haas, llC, and Donald Francis, llA. March 16-R. S. Paden, teacher of mechanical drawing, resigns to accept a position with the U. S. Army. March l7-Burro basketball game at Muhlenberg between local businessmen and teachers and varsity. March 20-Little Theatre Club attends a production of "The Physician in Spite of Himself," a three-act comedy at the Hedgerow theatre. March 27-Little Theatre group stages a three-act comedy entitled "The Old School Spirit." Rihman F. Busch, English teacher, assumes position at Muhlenberg recently left vacant by G. I. Hassler who resigned. March 27-28-Several students play in concert in Pennsylvania School Music Associa- tion Eastern District High School Band. April l-"For He Had Great Possessionsf' religious play, is presented by l2B and l2C homerooms under the direction of Miss T. L. Knauss. April l8-Fourteen Muhlenberg students participate in the "Alvin F. Kemp Night of Music." Muhlenberg cinder men annex Albright Meet for third straight year. Muhlenberg OfJNl'l'l'l'l' Wins All-American honor rating in nation-Wide press contest for thirteenth straight year. April 29-30-Home Economics students, under the direction of Miss l. L. Ebling and Miss K. E. Humma, teachers of home economics, present a fashion show, "Fun on a Budget" in junior and senior assembly and to the parents April 30 in the evening. May 22-Musical organizations give annual spring concert. May 23-Annual senior prom. May 29-Hi-Y Club sponsors banquet. lune 6-luniors sponsor prom. Iune 7-Baccalaureate services are held at Rosedale Reformed Church. Iune 9-lU-Seniors receive diplomas at commencement exercises. Iune ll-'MO' and Quill and Scroll Clubs sponsor annual banquet and initiation. lune l2-School closes for the l94l-42 term. fffuhlfaki '42 '- Q 41-S , A Wfflf Q ' 1, z 1 , zz, Q , f 1 ' ffW?C? f" ' fi if 1 A ff URGANIZATIO S High School Orchestra. left to right. front to back: A. Voit. M. Moyer. I. Hassler. M. Gehris, N. Boyer, F. Luerssen, W. Glenn. M. Ferro. L. E. Groninger. former conductor: A. Hassler, R. Yerger, M. Gerberich. D. Francis. W. Brown. D. Phillips, R. Reider, B. Sheipe, E. Larkin, R. Reed. R. Loehrig. C. Glick. L. Rose, W. Miller. I. Loehrig. B. Kurzweg, I. Haas, E. Paul, I. Lerch, O. Voit. l Dance Band, left to right, first row, sitting: D. Salt. I. Lerch, O. Voit. D. Boeshore: on piano: B. Spatz: on piano bench: M. Gehris: back row: R. Reider, W. Miller, R. Loehrig. B. Sheipe, E. Paul. D. Francis: standing: H. Kremser. W. Glenn, D. Shunk, L. Groninger. former leader. I. Earl Baker Cleftl Director ot instrumental music and teacher ot science at Muhlen- berg during 1940-41 term. Education. Bangor High Schoolg BS. in Music Education, West Chester State Teachers College. lnducted into the U. S. army dur- ing the summer of l94l. Sergeant Baker is now stationed at Camp Croft, South Carolina, Lee E. Groninger Crightl Director of instrumental music and teacher of science at Muhlen- berg during the first part ot the l94l-42 term. 4 Education. Muhlenberg Township High Schoolg BS. in Music Educa- tion, West Chester State Teachers College. Enlisted in Air Corps in December, T 5 i liuA!foAi '42 l bn ,I -. wt Vg.. A A 4 A 1 'A s' V mu ' 22? . ,M :ma , - - 5 ' v K , If Mixed Chorus. left to right, first row: C. Walters, R. Haschert, R. Brown, D. Scheirer, W. Irvin, R. Manmiller, W. Sherwood, I. Beck, B. Sheipe, H. Anderson. I. Manmiller, L. Spatz: second row: C. Ilg, E. Sprout, L Meitzner, D. Brown, B. Reed. G. Iones, A. Bingaman, M. Gerberich, D. Heist, I. Hassler, E. Larkin, P Angstadt, I. Bachmcm, M. Bohr: third row: I, Pannabecker, I. Leinbach, R. Schaeffer, M. Schaeffer, P. Bach B. Fielitz, M. Hipple, Miss A. Horton, P. Burley, C. Young, I. Hartranft. I. Luerssen, I. Hinkle, I. Miller, D Nagle: fourth row: R. Iones, I. Rischell, I. McKently. R. Glenn, A. Hinnershitz, M. Stoner. M. Moyer, G Heckman, D. Kaylor, B. Scheirer, D. Blum, B. Manderbach, C. Trexler, M. Hollinger, M. Voeste: fifth row R. Boyer, M. Hinnershitz, B. Spatz. M. Nyce, M. Bonner. Spohn. I. Harvey, R. Blatt, B. Rothermel, K. Pehlman, A. W. Glenn, D. Phillips, R. Beamesderfer. O. Voit, C. Biehl, Shearer, R. Shipe. H. Bailey, M. Krause: seventh row: I. Boeshore, A. Bortz, R. Sheipe. D. Shunk, M. Knouse, D. W. Miller, D. Redcay, R. Reed. R. Brunner. R. Sawyer, M. Brenner, F. Carl. M Ilg, B. Kurzweg. I. Loehrig, G. Manwiller, D High school band, left to right. first row: D. Phillips, M. Gehris, E. Larkin, R. Ney. R. Yerger, I. Haas. I. Manwiller, M. Gerberich. W. Glenn, R. Reed, R. Lnehrig, R. Reider, B. Kurzweg: second row: G. Eisen- brown, D. Deeds. C. Deeds, G. Stetzler, R. Stetzler, R. Burkey, A. Hassler, D. Francis, D. Reeser, I. Lerch, I. Boltz, C. Helms, G. Summons, B. Rothermel. O. Voit, N. Kauffman, M. Antonelli, W. Guldin, R. Sawyer, S. Heim. W. Lutz: back row, standing: P. Weller, I. Burkey, E. Paul, I. Loehrig, L. E. Groninger. former director: trombones: H. Kremser, H. Gass, L. Rose, B. Sheipe. TWH 'T ffluklfoki '42 1 if M. I. Gehris, B. Arnold, R. Rieser, F. Horst, E. Voit: sixth row: R. Reider, R. Yeager. W. Brown, Wolfe, R. Weibly, G. Brunner, R. Reeser, R. Good. ,.,, l 5,5 :za l t ii i t :na-1 Observer staff, left to right, first row: B. Foose. M. Dietz. K. Reichert, B. Scheirer, R. Glenn, E. McKently. D. Blum, M. Schaeffer. W. Brown: second row: B. Manderbach, D. Kutz, G. Kulikowski, E. Spohn, E. Sprout, I. Rentschler, E. Sabatucci, C. Trexler, P. I-Xngstadt: third row: W. Sherwood, B. Geisler, L. Meitzner. I. Mervine, E. Paul, D. Brown, B. Arnold, N. Griffith: fourth row: M. Knouse, L. B. Mearig, faculty adviser, H. G. Gerberich, faculty advertising manager, K. H. Schmehl, faculty circulation manager, B. Kurzweg. M I Debating team, left to right. seated: M. Knouse, C. Konczewski, I. Ilg, H. Manwiller, W. Sherwood, B. Arnold: standing: C. D. Getz. coach, C. Trexler, T. Clarke. In as H - ff1,,A1f.,A,- '42 .....- sa 3 1 I Muhlenberg Hall Patrol, lelt to right. first row: G. I. Hassler, R. S. Leinbach, sponsors, R. Leibold. M Brenner, B. Sheipe, G. Eisenbrown, D. Scheirer, I. Manwiller. R. Evans, H. Reed: second row: E. B. Reinert I. Hoffman, third floor captain, H. Beck. R. Sawyer, C. Gruber, D. Boeshore, R. Wiebley: fourth row: B Kurzweg, VV. Coombs, I. Loehrig, R. Spohn, R. Greth, S. Heim. W. Glenn, R. Emerick, R. Carr, M. Gassert sponsor: W. Seitzinger, F. Graeff, I. Ilg, R. Derr, R. Beamesderfer, R. Long, I. Fehr. R. Pentz, H. Manmiller, third row: S. Biehl, C. Biehl, R. Yerger, W. Fowler, A. Bortz, second floor captain, D. Phillips, student adviser, M. Ebersole, D. Shunk, first floor captain. National Honor Society. left to right, seated: E. Hartman, W. Sherwood, C. D. Getz, faculty committee chair- man, I. DeSantis, B. Kurzweg. T. Clarke: second row: C. Trexler, B. Geisler, A. Hinnershitz. M. Schaeffer, B. Young: third row: B. Scheirer, R. Schaeffer, R. Glenn, E. Cramer. iWhi:i I " " fff- 'ff'ffft MM- MllA!f0Al. '42 L A1 il z Muhltohi Staff, left to right, first row: G. Kulikowski, E. Sabcttucci, D. Blum, M. Stoner, M. Bohr, B. Foose, R. Glenn, E. McKently, A. Becker, E. Geis, O. Kiehl, C. Trexler, E. Paul: second row: E. Fehr. D. Aulenbach, I. Pcznnabecker, A. Hartranft, M. Wurst, F. Weidner, A. Voit, M. Hinnershitz, M. Bonner, M. Schaeffer, N. Griffith, D. Brown. E. Sprout, B. Geisler, I. Bachman, E. Spohn: third row: I. Lerch, E. Cramer, E. Knoll, M. Dietz, M. Moser, A. Haus, M. Moyer, R. Holl, V. Gehrig, R. Boyer, B. Spatz, K. Reichert, B. Scheirer, I. Rentschler, I.. Meitzner, R. Bloch: fourth row: K. H. Schmehl, faculty circulation manager: B. Kurzweg, G. Mcmwiller, F. Wertz, L. B. Mearig, faculty adviser: H. Lebo, F. Adams, I. DeSantis, D. Phillips, W. Brown, W. Glenn, H. Iackson, M. Knouse, I. Hoffman, K. Groff. X942 WuAfz'oAZ ir EXECUTIVES Rarnarie Glenn .....,,...,........ .. Make-up Editor, Editor Betty Foose, Esther McKently ,..,.,,......, Assistant Editors COPYREADERS Marilyn Schaeffer, Betty Foose, Bernice Scheirer, Carolyn Trexler, Bruce Kurzweg, Estella Sprout, Lucia Meitzner. Kathryn Reichert .,..., ,..,..., . . . ........... Head Typist STAFF ASSISTANTS Mary Hinnershitz, Alice Voit, David Phillips, Ioseph DeSantis, Warren Brown, Ruth Boyer, Marie Bonner, Violet Gehrig, William Glenn, Edith Geis, Olive-tte Kiehl, Arthur Bortz, Marian Nyce, Betty Spatz, Mary Dietz, Doris Blum, Fern Weidner, Harold Lebo, Ethel Fehr, Marie Wurst, Arlene Hartranft, Ianice Pannabecker, Harold Iackson, Edith Knoll, Iohn Hoffman, Kenneth Groff, Frederick Adarn, lean Bachrnan, Anna Becker, George Manwiller, Ir., Dolores Aulenbach, Ralph Bloch, Marian Moser, Anna May Haas, Marjorie Stoner, Franklin Wertz, Iohn Lerch, Mildred Bohr, Ruth Holl, Marylin Moyer, Dorothy Brown, Eva Sabatucci, Bruce Kurzweg, Morris Knouse, lane Rentschler, Carolyn Trexler, Eileen Paul, Betty Geisler, Lucia lvleitzner, Estella Sprout, Gloria Kulikowski. CIRCULATION Bernice Scheirer , . . ,.,.... , . ............,...... Manager K. H. Schrnehl .... .....,...,.. E aculty Circulation Manager FACULTY ADVISER L. B. Mearig E t-- Maxtor: '42 -- y , Z l Nw l SPORTS L, fx gf xx X f f Ji ,fr EES Soccer Team, left to right, first row: I. Manmiller, F. Shultz, W. Ferro, G. Eisenbrown, I. Artz. C. Biehl, M. Brenner: second row: M. Moll, W. Fuller, R. Ia cobv. R. Reeser, R. Evans, L. Canto, H. Nitsche, I. Hoffman, A. Brenner: third row: R. Fuller, R. Ney, F. Shipe, I. Loehrig, C. Luppold, P. Weyandt, S. Biehl, B. Man- willer, A. Schlappich, C. E. Buckworth, coach. Boys Varsity Basketball Team. left to right, first row: F. Graeff, assistant manager, W. Seitzinger, I. Carroll, I. Loehrig, R. Sheipe. L. Correll, H. Ludwig, manager: second row: R. D. Shipe, Ir., assistant coach, S. Heim, assistant manager, F. Shipe, R. Bare, C. Luppold, C. E. Buckworth, coach. 'Nw W ,b.... ' 'A' 5 L. Iunior Varsity Basketball Team, left to right, first row: F. Graeff, D. Redcay, R. Madenford, R. Thomas, L. Moll, A. Brenner, R. Sterner. R. Brunner: second row: R. D. Shipe. coach, S. Heim. assistant manager, W. Coombs. R. Reeser. C. Biehl, R. Sawyer, H. Ludwig. manager: C. E. Buckworth, Director of Boys Athletics. if' ,If . t if Missing from picture: W. Miller, R. Ney. X if E lk r l Iunior High School Basketball, left to right, first row: H. Cczrley, P. Rothenberger, D. Hains, E. Oxenrider. P. Wolfe, C. Weller, A. DiStisto. G. Oxenrider: ss-cond row: C. Bitzer, W. Ferro. M. Gassert, E. Achenbach. B. Moll, F. Leuressen, L. Krause: third row: H. Nestler, manager, R. Brown, coach, S. Good, manager. T Ffffff-'ff "ff fa W MllA!f0Al. '42 L U W... g. in-.Q,Q,Q,,Q5?,. i Ei I 55,1 , 1 . X:zLw.t,.a . 5 ,Q-'Kazaa-" r.: an Q .5 1 me f.,.,,:,H .. 3' 31, 4 'Q .-f A: ' ,VSA L jg: "Z 8 jig Baseball Team. left to right, first row: D. Good, I. Carroll. L. Moll, R. Keller, C. Miller. N. Wesner, B. Penturellii second row: C. E. Buckworth. co-coach: M. Gassert, assistant manager: I. Hoffman. L. Correll, I. Endy, G. Koller. R. Leibold. manager: R. D. Shipe, co-coach: third row: I. Manwiller, W. Miller, L. DeSantis. C. Pizzutelli. H. Curley. D. Rothenberger, R. Ney. I Swimming Team, left to right. kneeling: D. Miller, K. Muehlman. H. Manwiller. L. Moll, L. Krause: standing: R. L. Brown. coach: I. Giller. F. Schultz. R. Ney. D. Phillips. manager. Missing from picture: H. Ludwig. -s- fffuazfoa, 42 1 f..f I .- 181. , K iss.. 0 ' A Track Team, left to right, first row: R. Hartman. H. Ludwig. L. Canto, H. Gerhart, H. Degler. R. Brown, G. Holland: second row: R. Sheipe, M. Gruenert, R. Thomas, F. Adams, P. Shultz. W. Spies, R. Evans: third row: Coach C. E. Buckworth, V. Camilli, assistant manager. R. Krick: A. Brenner, C. Biehl, F. Schultz, T. Clarke. G. Eisenhower. S. Biehl, P. Weyandt, managers. -GG' Girls' Track Team, left fo righl. first row: D. Heist. E. Miles, A. Kurfyka, V. Griffith. E. Spohn, E. Cramer, R. Boyer: second row: B. Gerhart. G. Biffle. I. Carley. M. Fowler, G. Moyer, C. Moyer. D. Haas: third row: M. Schaeffer. manager: M. Sheehan. Miss A. R. Slifer. coach: R. Shipe, C. Fehr. manager. li ...b,.. i H, w lfflll-fi 1',' M '42 M 3 1 H .7 -.5 l l , " L MM J A... , Tennis Team, left to right, first row: R. Brunner, F. Graeif, D. Miller. G. Eisenbrown, E. Rapp, W. Sherwood, assistant manager: second row: W. Glenn, manager: F. Luerssen, B. Kurzweg, assistant manager: A. Heinrich, D. Wolfe, R. Sawyer, I. W. White, coach. Golf tearri, leit to right: H. Nitsche, L. Canto, K. Trout, R. P. Ulmer, coach: R. Iacoby, C. Luppold, I. Loehrig. U it I-. fffuhlfahi '42 "-... ' f 'u ,,.. . 1... I I :.,. ',.,, ,..., l ,pn---N '- H I V-ai-rag... 7 ,L . ka s!'V . f.::435S1T5e35 if Senior Cheerleaders. left to right: C. Becker, F. Horst, B. Stitzel. Missing from picture: L. Meitzner. is .-'9'S5i?? N avi 21 X . ,.. f , Q Iunior Cheerleaders, left to right: M. Shearer. C. Young, E. Moll, D. Heist. Fffly-sw1'm1 me ' 5 . Jah. ' ET... E... .... ' .1 44-'L we ! : .. ,l . 5 5 We " . ,QR 3 17 14JQfa:J3bMk?vmZg? 'fir 'M Hb sw' if K 3 Z Q 'KN li L 'T -. bp Z. 4 'E ,ilk Ji 2 ' E5 -.. ff f ',f Qfll f 7 X X Ziff? 1 'fp-i ff , f CL BS Girl Reserves, left to right, first row: E. Sprout, B. Weber, V. Griffith. N. Griffith, M. Eisenhower, M. Hinner- shitz. secretary, D. Aulenbach, president, L. Meitzner, vice-president, E. Fehr, senior treasurer, I. Hassler, I. Hohl, D. Giamotti, B. Rissmiller: second row: I. Leinbach, M. Stoner, I. Bricker, E. Hoffman, R. Snyder. E. Moll, E. Sabatucci, I. Fry, G. Kulikowski, D. Roehrig, D. Kutz, A. Putt, B. Searfoss, M. Wheeler: third row: E. Geis, R. Schaeffer, M. Shaeffer, M. Sardo, D. Brown, B. Steinfurth, G. Iones, B. Manderbach, N. Boyer, junior treasurer, A. Bingaman, C. Becker, B. Foose, F. Horst. D. Blum, I. Pannabecker, A. Seidel. K. Bissey: fourth row: M. Weaver, B. Geisler, B. Reed, A. Antonelli, A. Becker, D. Rhine, A. Hinnershitz. E. Cramer, I. Killian, M. Wurst, A. Hartman, K. Behm, E. Spohn, I. Hildebrand, M. Strauss. R. Breitegam, F. Weidner: fifth row: Miss C. E. Guenther, G. R. sponsor, G. Heckman, R. Glenn, M. Zimmerman, O. Kiehl, M. Reed. M. Bauder, I. Rentschler, E. Paul, A. Plucker, M. Bonner, E. McKently, M. Moyer, K. Pehlman, M. Reeser, H. Moyer, Miss F. A. M. Rahn. G. R. sponsor: sixth row: E. Rothenberger, I. Schmeck, D. Schubert. R. Iones, I. Bachman, M. Bohr, G. Kohler, R. Blatt, M. Krause, M. Moser, A. Haas, M. Moyer, E. Miles, M. Nyce, K. Reichert, F. Carl, B. Spatz, A. Voit, D. Dunkle. Hi-Y Club, left to right, first row: M. Brenner, W. Brown, D. Scheirer, G. Manwiller, P. Weyandt, W. Hoffman, S. Biehl, I. Carroll, W. Irvin: second row: W. Glenn, F. Wertz, M. Ketner, D. Boeshore. I. Fehr, R. Bloch W. Seitzinger, R. Reeser, D. Miller: third row: K. Trout, R. Sheipe. H. Kistler, H. Ludwig, I. Hoffman, W. Fowler, R. Bare, R. Greth, R. Iacoby, R. Paden, sponsor. Missing from the picture: W. Miller, B. Kurzweg, A. Bortz, I. Giller, C. Biehl, I 1,-" fffuhlfohi '42 T... 3 ,TQ I ? A gill! VJ if I l Girls Athletic Association, left to right, first row: D. Heist, N. Rauenzahn, I. Brunner, I. DeSantis, R. Bricker. C. Helms, M. Bonner, vice-president, R. Glenn, president, M. Nyce, secretary-treasurer, C. Amos. E. Paul, G. Rothenberger, C. Moyer, I. Graeff: second row: I. Rentschler, I. Bricker, D. Brown, B. Steinfurth, G. Iones, D. Kutz, V. Griffith, A. R. Slifer, teacher, T. Lengle, O. Kiehl, E. Hovey, B. Arnold, M. Schaeffer, E. Fehr, D. Schubert: third row: M. Baer, L. Harrison, E. Moll, E. Sabatucci, P. Burley, S. Moyer, B. Geisler, A. Bingaman, D. Roehrig, I. Hczrtranft, I. Miller, R. Thiele, A. Seidel, D. Giamotti, G. Malandra, M. Sheehan, I. Howard: fourth row: I. McKently, B. McNeal, M. Hollinger, I. Harvey, P. Early, M. Bowers, S. Woomert, P. Hoffman, R. Fabiani, C. Young, K. Kline, R. Gardner, M. Faller, M. Slonaker, B. Hill, I. Hassler, I. Larkin: fifth row: I. Rishell, D. Fehr, M. Marbarger, D. Reeser, B. Reed, M. Nickliss, D. Snyder, G. Deisher, A. Gasser, I. Wolfe, F. Kochel, H. Trexler, I. Urffer, G. Moyer, F. Pentz, M. Hinnershitz, V. Brenner, B. Weaver, D. Trout: sixth row: Y. Meitzner, I. Hinkle, M. Shunk, B. Kemmerling, D. Ilg, R. Snyder, L. Steinrock, R. Shipe, M. Shearer, E. Miles, I. Schmeck, E. Cramer, R. Blatt, M. Krause, R. Boyer, M. Rieser, B. Spatz, I. Mervine, M. Brown. heihehiisbsii E H144 Handwork Club, left to right, first row: L. Erny, R. Gardner, M. A. Slonaker, I. Gernert, I. Cole, F. Good- man, I. Shipe, C. Himmelberger: second row: S. Sweitzer, R. Keller, I. Levan, L. Heffley, Mrs. Rimby, club sponsor, A. Wert, I. Richardson, I. Boetz: third row: H. Hepner, D. Zabel, R. Sellari, F. Carl, A. Rapp, G. Wursf, M. Nickliss, A. Gibble. -J. 1f!uA!f0Az '42 --M. Little Theatre Club. left to right. first row: R. Glenn, D. Giamotti, D. Herman, L. Harrison, A. Seidel, I. Miller, F. Horst, I. Hinkle, I. Luerssen, C. Young, N. Boyer, R. Evans: second row: M. Hinnershitz, B. Young, B. Spatz, E. Cramer, M. Nyce, R. Shipe, M. Bonner, I. Killian, R. Schaeffer, A. Hinnershitz, M. Schaeffer, E. Sprout: third row: M. Voeste, C. D. Getz, sponsor: I. Hoffman, M. Knouse, R. Sheipe, D. Phillips, B. Kurzweg, G. Munwiller, I. DeSa11tis, D. Wolfe, C. Biehl, B. Mande:bach, B. Arnold. Iunior Thespicm Club, left to right, first row: I. Neuroth. A. Young, C. Kline, B. Mengel, R. Dilworth, R. Thiele, B. Volste, M. Adams: second row: Miss C. E. Guenther, club sponsor, D. Ilg, A. Hess. F. Snyder, B. Field, A. Noll, S. Iackson. E. Bcxlsomini, A. Solicmos, K. Ketterer, E. Krollman: third row: A. Givler, M. Ulle, I. George, I. Hinkle, G. Gensemer, M. Fuller. E. Keller, H. Faust, H. Althouse. TTWNB Us Nf.1.!!l-um: '42 iii!! 'gm I I Xi. r , q W ,,,,,,,M,W,,, ,,,,, , , Current Events Club. left to right. tirst row: S. Clinton. W. Miller, R. Adams, H. Manderbach. sponsor, I. Morgcrnti, R. Batz. B. Pehlmcm: second row: B. Ohlinger. L. Clinton. I. Fink. I. Hartman, I. Milkins. E. Hevalow: third row: D. Ketner, G. Holland. P. Sardo, I. Loehrig. F. Newcomb. F. Katzenmoyer. TT Seventh Grade Camp Fire Girls, lett to right, first row: L. Shifty, I. Geisler. M. Re-inert, G. Guldin, C. Helms. F. Weaver, D. Linderman, A. Adams: second row: D. Beck, M. Weyandt, I. Carr, C. Gring. E. Snyder, D. Kantner, Miss E. M. Willits. M. Davis, E. Larkin. I. Leibold. I. Buchter. M. Dellicker. B. Schmeck. ffffdlfahl 42 if , , if . K . .I E Y EQ i.............. Q , ............. 22? ,flaw 2 -7 - . ' : ' , 1, :-: - E 11'-'i' l '-1 zzz: ff' .ii i I HS .1 ,K-,r N'x.c . l 53: It BEE Hunting and Fishing Club, left to right, lirst row: S. Parr, R. Leibold, L. Weinman, C. Walters, C. Steele F. Eben: second row: R. Shipe. instructor. T. Lawless, D. Degler, F. Shultz, H. Nestler, S. Good. R. Berkemeyer S. Millard: third row: E. Potts, I. Nagle, R. Brown, G. Boeshore, D. Boeshore, F. Wertz, B. Trate, D. Miller F. Schaeffer, G. Teliho: fourth row: W. Coombs, E. Boeshore, R. Steiniort, R. Iacoby, R. Hottenstein, D. Shunk R. Hill, K. Trout. Harmony Club, left to right, first row: S. Woomert, M. Gerberich, M. I. Gehris, E. Larkin, B. Fritz, I. Wolfe, A. Hartzell, M. Ferro: second row: V. Gehrig. K. Pehlman, I. Hartranit, Miss A. Horton, G. Deisher, I. Witman, A. Hartman, I. Pannabecker: third row: B. Sheipe, L. Rose, W. Miller, O. Voit, D. Salt, W. Glenn, H. Kremser. if-fff ftfillf l Muiftolz' '42 -il' g 5 :QQ zzz: M , .1 . .. ,. . 'i FA' MT ' " "ii I ...vw 4 A as A " A ... i I if . . -1.2 :ni A... ,ga 1 I ' My .. , ' if ' V ' 54,5 Q64 T' fi Q u 1, t Iii 1 .ae .ij l il Boy's Cooking Club. lelt to right. first row: F. Wcxrmkessel. E. Mertz. R. Iclcoby, R. Hahn. I. Angstadt. F. I Good. W. Spahr. V. Kiehler: second row: G. Greene. A. Spinka. D. Fetterman. Miss I. E. Ebling. sponsor. I R. Thomas. R. Hollinger. I. Miller: third row: E. Webb. F. Eisenbrown. C. Dietz, C. Heetz, I. Grube. C. Snyder. 3 ggi .Qfg Library Club. left to right. tirst row: D. Nagle. A. Grim. F. Nczitzinger. M. Sczsscxman, A. Weaver. S. Heist. E. Moll. M. Rieser, I. Bricker. I. Hassler: second row: D. Fehr. I. Ludwig. P. Fick. A. Kurtykcx. Mrs. S. R. Rothermel. sponsor. G. Heckmcm. D. Bard. D. Aulenbach. G. Hable, F. Peniz. G. Moyer, I. Urfier: third row: I. Arnold. M. Reed, M. Delp. E. Knoll, R. Breitegam. M. Bauder. M. Stoner, A. Becker. I. Kohler. G. Kohler. A. Antonelli. gig, " fffuhltahi 42 - I 1 4 I


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