Muhlenberg High School - Muhltohi Yearbook (Laureldale, PA)

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Arc ' .mi',2E,uz:wlmL!Au.6lG1."' - ' '43 PUBLISHED BY The Class of 1943 OF THE muhlenberq Township Hiqh School Class of 1929 Joseph Jacobello, A Paul Leinbach, A Charles Filman, N Class of 1930 Adam Leinbach, A Edwin Renninger, A Earl Faust, A Class of 1931 Mildred Gruber, WA Wayne Stoudt, A Class of 1932 Jacob Dunkle, A Leon Sando, M Class of 1933 John Beaver, A David Broad, N Carl Newpher, A Edgar Robertson, A Emmett Kase, A Wayne Bohr, A Joseph Schweitzer, A Carl Heist, A Class of 1934 Harry Derr, A Paul Herb, A Carl Sterner, A Arthur Loch, A Raymond Hafer, A Muhlenberg Township High William Ogan, A Frank Reisner, A Henry Sweitzer, N Stanley Roth, A Edith Rubright, AN Marvin Hartman, A Harry Ebeling, A John Kauffman, A John Keppel, N Gilbert Sawyer, A Arthur Lilierose, A David PeCk, A Class of 1939 Class of 1937 Harold Bare, A Julius DeAnge1o, A Owen Degler, A Lee Groninger, A James Hafer, A Edgar Hannum, A Robert Heist, A William Kirkpatrick, A Paul Levan, A David Roth, A Harold Schlieve, A Leroy Sitlinger, A Richard Slonaker, A Karl Ebeling, A Jacob Patches, A Lloyd Manwiller, A Kenneth Fisher, A John Price, A Class of 1938 June Stitzel, W Claude Althouse, A Stewart Batz, M George Becker, A John Berger, A Calvin Hinnershitz, A HaI'01d B0I'dU9I', N Earl Beamesderfer, A Class of 1935 Warren Mervine, N Robert Schwanger, A Clifford Nein, A George Searfoss, A Robert Rapp, A Brooke Hassler, A Richard Spatz, A Class of 1936 John Althouse, A Clifford Becker, A Theodore Derr, A Isaac Graeff, A Walter Kase, A Leon Druckenmiller, A Carl Fetterman, N Charles Graefl, A Robert Giamotti, N William Levan, A Melvin McKently, A Grant Moyer, A Henry Myers, A Paul Angstadt, A Robert Armstrong, N James Bach, A Arthur Bright, A James Cliff, N Herbert Derr, A Calvin Fisher, A Samuel Fox, A Harold Hill, A Scott Kieffer, N Earl Loch, A Frederick Rubright, A Frederick Loehrig, A William Loehrig, A Irvin Mabry, A Melvin Oyler, N Sydney Reber, A Thomas Riley, N Harry Rothenberger, A Daniel Tobias, A Edwin Schwambach, A George Ulle, A Edwin Trout. A Leroy Withers, N Leroy Lash, A John Boben, A Richard Wheeler, M Wilson Clark, A William Haas, A Thomas Seghetti, N Dwight Schaeffer, A Charles Weibley, A Arthur Bordner, N Richard Good, A Wilbur Weaver, A Earl Peschel, A Class of 1940 Richard Reinhold, N Paul Rissmiller, A John Schmehl, A Warren Shade, A Stuart Schlappich, A Homer Witwer, A Harry Speidel, A Stanley Young, A Joseph Canto, A Richard Bare, MM Robert Beadle, M Edwin Biehl, A Raymond Boyer, A Charles Brown, A Norman Christ, A Clifford Ebersole, A Richard Fehr, N Wayne Gasser, N DEDICATIGN 'lr ,113 2111 MUI1lL'l1l7CI'8 8'I'HJUHtUS H1161 llflLlCI'-gril alms wlmu, Ivy serving in tlw armcgl Forces of our country, are giving tlxcir in order ilxai ilmc Amcrican ideals may be preserved and tlml tlm worm may 1ucL:m1xc Z1 lvctier place in x'vI1icl1 io livc, wc, ilxc class of 'L13. mlcclicutu flm MUHLTOHI. Ju- mm' ." K: School Service Qoll John Hall, A Earl Gardner, N Kenneth Sassaman, A Howard Irwin, A Lee Fetterman, M Arthur Schlappich, A Raymond Jones, A Allison Phillips, A Robert Sheipe, A Joseph Rea, N Ernest Bechtel, N Kenneth Trout, M Eugene Reed, A William Beck, A Robert Bare, N Adam Rentschler, A Richard Biehl, A Joseph DeSantis, A Albert Selig, A Stanley Clarke, A Francis Shipe, A William Selin, N James Dunkle, A Leon Correll, A William Thomas, A Richard Fuller, A Curtis Gruber, A Herbert Walborn, A Arthur Gaspari, A James Walters, A Edwin Wummer, A Richard Hafer, A Harold Lebo, A Donald Glick, A Carl Hertzog, A John Lerch, A Harold Sassaman, A Paul Kurtz, N William Glenn, A Bentley Ziegler, A Edward Mench, N Frederick Adam, A William Geisler, A Lee Parr, A Richard MacDowell, A Albert Grim, A Sandi Patti, A Emidio DeSantis, A Franklin Hoffa, N Emelio Santoni, A Kenneth Groff, N Albert Stefan, A Warren Weber, A Donald Salt, N Richard Dunkel, A Max Weller, A John Giller, CA George Semmel, A Howard Withers, M John Hoffman, A Class of 1941 James Ammarell, A Carroll Berger, N Bruce Fies, M Allen Hower, N Wayne Huey, M Raymond Klemmer, A Stanley Miller, A Richard Ney, N Douglas Shipe, A Russell Sitlinger, A David Spohn, M Laurence Viering, A Clair Werner, N Donald Eisenhart, A Paul Griffith, A Thomas Leinbach, A Armando Morganti, A William Webb, A Henry Kirkpatrick, A A-Army N-Navy M-Marines Robert Yoder, A Russell Ogan, A Robert Weibley, A Robert Hottenstein, A William Dietrich, A Donald Miller, A Alvin Gerber-ich, A Mark Kefnef, A Arthur YOUSC, A Undergraduates Richard Wesner, A ' Charles Reichart, N Henry Nltschei A Kenneth Bitner, A Class of 1942 Arthur Bortz, N Clifford Kramer, N Milford Gruenert, N Royce Ney, N Francis Graeif, N Harold Kistler, N Linwood Kramer, A Raymond Krickf N Robert Newman, M Harvey Ludwig, N George Ganter, N George Manwiller, M Fan. Lindenmuth, N Franklin Wertz, N Paul Weyandt, N William Sherman, M Joseph Carroll A F Raymond Leibold, A aculty John Loehrig, A J. Earl Baker, A Clarence Luppold, A Charles Buckworth, N KEY TO LETTERS W-Women's Army Auxiliary Corps WA-Women's Auxiliary Volunteer Enlistment Service MM-Merchant Marine CA-Royal Canadian Air Force AN-Army Nurse Corps Pictured above is th X . e service plaque honoring the Muhlenberg graduates and undergraduates in the armed forces, and three students who participated in the dedication ceremonies. They are, left to right, Carolyn Trexler and Jane Luerssen. who reid the names of the servicemen, and Betty Geisler, who unveiled the plaque. Service plaque and service Hag were dedicated in junior and senior assemblies Thursday, April 8 and Friday, April 9. The Thursday program included a talk by Rev. Richard Jones, pastor ot' St. Peter's Methodist Church, Reading, and three tenor solos by Q. R. Keath, local mechanical drawing teacher. Address by Rev. Daniel J. Wvetzel, pastor of First Reformed Church. Reading and three soprano solos by Mrs. Betty Hessler Fisher, accompanied by Mrs. William Maier, both of Reading, were the highlights of the senior assembly. Fllaqaeuti.-aaa: I i- T I - F L' r 43 F1 I 5 .I Li... 1 ' -44 ' g' M? Y 3 fr-F' , x 9 I, Q --5, . - I K kjfljfg, X N V X L2L3l11": VHA' ' A ,X-'fb N wfw A Q "A L 44 'Z 4 , ' .- 1 ,A , , , N 44" ' , -'Sk ' f l' - 9 --' 'uh VU: ' ' ,N I f f E , N if v, f -i '-gg! .g ' , f , 37 A : f J . ll , , V ' . Q ,ip :sp 0 I FAEULLL! AUMINISTRATIUN ELVIN A. ADAMS Position on board, vice-president Present term as director. 1941-1947 Address, Kutztown Road. Temple. CHESTER M. FIES Ctop centerj Position on board, treasurei' Present term as director, 1941-1947 Address, 714 Bellevue Ave. Lziureldale. JOHN G. MERTZ LESTER G. KAUFFMAN I'0Sili0I1 011 b03l'd, dil'9Ct01' Position on board, director Present term as director, Present term as director, 1939-1945 1937-1943 Address, 3300 Kutztown Rd., Address, Reading R. D. 2. Laureldale. l. L LJ . A A a 143 ll A B V .1 filllflckuz 1 ' A., . JOSEPH W. SEYFERT Position on board, president Present term as director, 1941-1947 Address, Bernhart Reservoir, Temple, R. D. 1. CHARLES A. TROUT Cmiddlej Position on board, secretary Present term as director, 1939-1945 Address, 410 Bernhart Ave., Hyde Villa. EARL A. BOYER Position on board, director Present term as director, 1941-1943 Address, 428 Raymond St. Hyde Villa. Clinton E. Cole Superintendent Education, Allen Township High Schoolg Kutztown State Teachers College: Penn State Collegeg B.S., Muhlenberg College, A.M., Columbia Uni- versity Years at Muhlenberg, 18 Kermit H. Sclunehl Subject taught, mathematics Education, Fleetwood High Schoolg Ph.B., Muhlenberg College: M.S., University of Pennsylvania Years at Muhlenberg, 18 Charles S. Crumbling Principal Education, Marysville High School, B.S., Albright Col- legeg M.S. in Education, Cor- nell Universityg Graduate Work, Johns Hopkins Uni- versity and University of Pennsylvania Years at Muhlenberg, 18 Earl S. Loose Subjects taught, biology, physics, chemistry Education, Ontelaunee Vo- cational Schoolg B.S., Al- bright Collegeg M.S,, Penn State College Years at Muhlenberg, 17 Present homeroom, 10B Edith E. Staudt Senior homeroom, 12A Subject taught, history Education, Wernersville High School, Kutztown State Teachers Collegeg A.B., Ur- sinus College, M.A., Colum- bia University Years at Muhlenberg, 18 Charles E. Buckworth Subject taught, physical education Education, Exeter H i g h School, B.S., in Health Edu- cation, Stroudsburg State Teachers Collegeg Summer Coaching School at Penn S t a t e College, Graduate work, Penn State College Years at Muhlenberg, 17 Inducted into navy May 3 Bangs :atf:..':-...-- l Mddiahz '43 -1 L L E, 1 L I t 4 . Q. 1. J 88 -4 f. , ., Carl H. Burg Subject taught, history Education, Albright Prepara- tory Schoolg A.B., Albright College, M.A., Columbia Uni- versity Years at Muhlenberg, 16 Present homeroom, 9B 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, 16 'W' i"' ""T Harry G. Gerberich Senior homeroom, 12B Subject taught, mathematics Education, West Chester State Normal Schoolg B.S. in Edu- cation, Lebanon Valley Col- lege, Graduate work, Uni- versity of Pennsylvania Years at Muhlenberg, 16 Jason W. White Subjects taught, trigonom- etry, solid and plane geom- etry, algebra, aeronautics Education, Highspire High Schoolg B.S. in Education, Bucknell Universityg M.S., University of Michigan Years at Muhlenberg, 15 Present homeroom, 9D Mrs. M. Catherine Wertz Subject taught, civics Education, Porter Township Vocational Schoolg Univer- sity of Pennsylvania, Drexel Instituteg Penn State Col- lege, B.S. in Education, Leb- anon Valley College: Gradu- ate work, University of Pennsylvania Years at Muhlenberg, 16 Present homeroom, 8E Mrs. Lillie K. Rimby Subjects taught, Latin, geography Education, Birdsboro High School, A.B., Dickinson Col- legeg M.A., Columbia Uni- versity Years at Muhlenberg, 15 Present homeroom, 7D On leave of absence '-LL uAZz'a!1z'43""- Ea ,, BAA A V L. . U., . . 52 -4 .. . -, Luther B. Mearig Senior homeroom, 12C Subjects taught, history, social science, journalism Education, Lititz High School, Millersville State Teachers College, A.B., Eliz- abethtown College, Graduate work, University of Pennsyl- vania: M.A., Teachers Col- lege, Columbia University Years at Muhlenberg, 14 Alta I-I. Horton Subject taught, music Education, Towanda High School, B.S. in Education, Mansfield State Teachers College, Graduate work, New York University Years at. Muhlenberg, 13 Present homeroom, 8A Mrs. Sara R. Rothermel Librarian Education, Reading H i g h Schoolg B.A., Mt. Holyoke Collegeg Library Science de- gree, Millersville S t a t e Teachers College Years at Muhlenberg, 14 . 1 Clinton D. Getz Subject taught, English Education, Ephrata H i g h School: A.B., Franklin and Marshall College: M.A., Uni- versity of Pennsylvania Years at Muhlenberg, 12 Present homeroom, 11A James B. Shaner, jr. Subjects taught, industrial arts, woodworking and pattern making Education, Reading High School, Williamson Trade Schoolg Graduate work, Muh- lenberg College, University of Pennsylvania and Penn State College Years at Muhlenberg, 14 Present homeroom, 8D ' I Q ' A ' 4l Mrs. Hazel A. Ramsay Subject taught, English Education, Mt. Penn High Schoolg A.B., Albright Col- legeg Graduate work, Uni- versity of Pennsylvania Years at Muhlenberg, 12 Present homeroom, 7A hunsataltaaza-.e L.-I M Z '43 i::a.+-nt::x:'...-:- L- Q C F V '--141' 5 V John E. Harris Subject taught, history Education, Keystone State Normal School, B.S., Schuyl- kill College, Graduate work, Penn State College and Uni- versity of Pennsylvania Years at Muhlenberg, 11 Present homeroom, 11C ' ""' W ' 'W' '-"""""w-T! Frances A. M. Rahn Subjects taught, guidance, health Education, W e s t Reading High School, A.B., Hood Col- lege, M.A., Harvard Univer- sity Years at Muhlenberg, 10 Present homeroom, 11B Mrs. Estella I. Rupp Subject taught, art Education, Muhlenberg Township High Schoolg B.S., Kutztown State Teachers College, Graduate w o r k, Universal School of Handi- crafts and Penn State Col- lege Years at Muhlenberg, 10 Thelma L. Knauss Subjects taught, shorthand, typewriting, office practice Education, Nazareth High School, B.S. in Education, Bloomsburg State Teachers College Years at Muhlenberg, 9 Present homeroom, 10A L - ..1,zz0z,wf3- Fredda Keller Subject taught, typewriting Education, Shickshinny High School, B.S., Indiana State Teachers College: Blooms- burg State Teachers College Years at Muhlenberg, 10 Present homeroom, 10C ...,...,,.,..,...v,,.,. ,.,, , Y. 1...-.....,l Russell S. Leinbach Subject taught, geography Education, M u h le n b e rg Township High Schoolg B.S. in Education, Kutztown State Teachers College, Ed. M., Temple University, Gradu- ate work, Cornell University Years at Muhlenberg, 814 Present homeroom, 11D Miriam E. Moyer Subject taught, English Education, Muhlenberg Township High Schoolg Al- bright Collegeg B.S. in Edu- cation, K u t z t o w n State Teachers Collegeg Millers- ville State Teachers College: Graduate work, University of Pennsylvania. Years at Muhlenberg, 8 Present homeroom, 7C E. Brainerd Reinert Subjects taught, geography, mathematics Education, Ontelaunee Vo- cational Schoolg B.S. in Edu- cation, K u t z t o w n State Teachers College Years at Muhlenberg, 7 Present homeroom, 9E Ida L. Ebling Subject taught, A home economics Education, Ontelaunee Vo- cational Schoolg Mansfield State Teachers Collegeg B.S., Penn State College: Gradu- ate work, Drexel Institute Years at Muhlenberg, 8 Kathryn E. Humma Subject taught, home economics Education, Muhlenberg Township High Schoolg B.S. in Home Economics, Albright Collegeg Graduate work, Penn State College Years at Muhlenberg, 6 Present homeroom, 9A ,., ,.,. ,... .M Robert D. Shipe, jr. Senior homeroom, 12D Subjects taught, general sci- ence, plane geometry, phys- ics, fundamentals of machines Education, Muhlenberg Township High Schoolg B.S. in Science, Albright Collegeg Graduate work, Cornell Uni- versity Years at Muhlenberg, 7 W. Barton Johnson Subjects taught, general metal shop, elementary electricity Education, Radnor High School, B.S. in Industrial Arts Education, Millersville State Teachers College Years at Muhlenberg, 6 Resigned April 9 to enter industry 'i11'luJdZ'a!fi C4131 1' L. . ilanitngg l. ' 4 L .N i ,.,. 82 ' El ' l 'A L lx . Mrs. Charlotte E. Price Subjects taught, German, English, history Education, Reading H i g h School: A.B. in foreign lan- guages and English, Albright College Years at Muhlenberg, 3 On leave ot' absence Lloyd L. Clemens Subjects taught, health, science, physical education Education, Ontelaunee Vo- cational Schoolg Kutztown State Teachers College: B.S., Albright College, Physical Ed., Penn State College Years at Muhlenberg, 1 Present homeroom, 10E Esther M. Willits Subject taught, English Education, Ontelaunee Vo- cational Schoolq B.S. in Edu- cation, West Chester State Teachers Collegeg Graduate Work, Duke University Years at Muhlenberg, 2 Present homeroom. 7E William I. Reed Subjects taught, bookkeep- ing, shorthand, b u s i n e s s mathematics, junior business training Education, Shamokin High School, B.S., Bloomsburg State Teachers College, M.S., University ot' Pennsylvania Years at Muhlenberg, 1 Present homeroom, 10D Robert J. McGarry Subject taught, instrumental music Education, Hazleton High School, B.S. in Public School Music, West Chester State Teachers College Years at Muhlenberg, 1 year, 4 months Mrs. Edith H. Fetterman Subject taught, English Education, Reading H i g h School, A.B., Ursinus Col- lege: Drexel Institute: Co- lumbia University Years at Muhlenberg, 1 Present homeroom, 8B '-L -MaAJZahz'43-" mf 4 . . .- l L 4 ti.: 1 H, 53 C r-'J 4 ra . l Quentin R. Keath Subject taught. mechanical drawing Education, L i t i t z High Schoolg B.S. in Industrial Arts Education, Millersville State Teachers College Years at Muhlenberg, 1 Present homeroom, 8C Mabel E. Heinz Qtop centerb Subjects taught, German, English Education, High School for Girls, Reading: Kutztown Sta te Teachers College: Graduate work, University ol' Pennsylvania and Heidel- berg University, Germany At Muhlenberg, 7 months Present homeroom, 'TB 5 k 'ii Mrs. Gladys M. Shipe Secretary to the Principal Education, M u h le n b e r g Township High School Years at Muhlenberg. 9 Grace M. Hartman Secretary to the Superintendent Education, M u h le n b e r g Township High Schoolg Mc- Cann's School of Business Years at Muhlenberg, 3 James R. Brokenshirc Subjects taught, biology, mathematics Education, Lansford High School: B.S. in Science, Franklin and Marshall Col- lege: Graduate work, New York University and Colum- bia University At Muhlenberg, 4 months Present homeroom, 9C Mrs. M. Annetta Kauffman fmiddlej Subject taught, music Education, Ontelaunee Voca- tional Schoolg Keystone State Teachers College: B.S. in Music Education, Penn State College Accompanist for Muhlen- berg choruses t'or 8 years Harry G. Gensemer Attendance Officer Address, 313 George Street, Hyde Villa haludneadssmz... - Maman '43 '- L Q- -B A A Q .n' Nl l 1 it . L, . , ,Q A .. R V. . 5-v . ., 's,. I s.. Faculty Male- Chorus, scatcd at piano: Clinton D. Gctz, accompanist: lcft to right. first row: Carl ll. liurg. Lloyd l.. Vlcmvns. Jason NV. W'hiiv, Harry G. Gcrbcrich, Jamos B. Shanvr. jr., Rohcrt J. Mc- Garry. Rohcrt ll. Shipc, jr.: sccond row: Earl S. Loosv. Qucntin R. Kcath. Kcrmit ll. Schmchl, li. Brain- crd Iicincrt. iVilli:nn I. R1-cd, XY. Barton Johnson. J. liarl Bakcr lJi1'cm'1m'u1 1l181l'lll11l'l11iIi H111- wic :md 14'z1c'111'1' ui Sl'1l'lIC'1' 111 :Xilli1il'11iJl'I'L1 f'1ll1'1!11.l 1940--11 1r'l'm. l':IllH'1lli0ll, Iizlngm' 1113411 Sclmolg 13, S. in Music Iidn- culimm. Wcst Clmmtcr Slzulc '1wK'1ll'i1l'1'Sf'1li11'g'i'. Irmdilc-11-fl mio thc U. S, Army Cilllililil 11111 bLll11ll1K'1'411 1941. 'I'ux Lcc E. Groningcr Ilircctm' 111' 111S11'U111l'!l1ili lslc :md 1t'2lK'i1Q'l' 411' scicncc .at 'YiL1111t111M1 filllill IIIN1 part ut I1 ivrm. mtvl' Stzltv 'l'vzlc'hc1'a Col icgc. Enlistcd in nil' corps 111 Iicccmhcr. 15141. 11111 . ' "fa ' Li 111 151-11'-122 ucation. NILI11 l c 11 11 U1 fa vnshlp Hlgh Svilmvil 15,5 in Music Education, NM-51 Ti-i M ' - 1T P' 1 1-Q E' an H viilfit QQQ x ' 419: 3 S91 xffm' nf 5 ff I 'I ul N 'T - , LL K o 1 In '-'A ' .-fig!! .1 P H .rf ' " w r -D 4' .n. . , f KH, ' ' ',1 W" Qw 1 Y H' N D I X 3 f .',',, 'lx' U ' 1 kg' I M .'li,4'!w' X A ' ' , il, Y . gl 11 2 f' ... N-N' Q E Ik, uf Si ' ' ' 'S A V WV' 'N X X X X X, XX N NX X 1 X ff I X gli. 5 uv, . -'L U ff' ' 'N vr " Q 11 rf, -A - ,frm -Q1 'fr -f.. 'via 5 gzi 4 M - 0 Z-' ..- SENIURS ln . Lucia Mcitzner Commercial. Cheerleading 10, 11: Muhltohi 11, 12: Observer 11, 12: Chorus 12: Girl R'scrvcs12: 8owI.ng Club 12: National Honor Society 12. Lucy was president of the Girl Reserves in her senior year. During her junior and sophomore years she led the cheers at basketball games and is still cheering for a baskcteer who graduated last year. Lucia's great ambition is to travel. 5 J l Grace Jones Commercial. Chorus 12: G. A. A. 10, 11, 12: Girl Rcservcs 12: Bowling Club 12. This active girl served as secretary to Miss G. Hart- man, Superintendent C. E. Cole's secretary, and to Mrs. E. Fetterman, English teach- er. during her senior year. She also worked in a local bank during last SUmlTl6I'. As her vocation, Grace has chosen stenography. Carolyn Trexler Academic. Observer 11, 12: Debating 10, 11: Nluhltohi 11, 12: National Honor Society 11, 12: Chorus 12. T h i s naturally curly- haired miss could usually be found chasing news or some journalist before or after classes because she served as editor of the Obswrzvcr. Playing the piano occupies much of her leisure time. Carolyn plans to be a teacher in the future. G., Betty Geisler Commercial. Chorus 12: Muhltohi 11, 12: Observer 11, 12: Girl Reserves 12: Bowling Club 12: National Honor Society 11, 12: G. A. A. 10, 12. Being make-up editor of Muhltohi. alumni editor of the Observer and treasurer of the 12C homeroom took up most of the time of this green-eyed lass during her senior year. The class wishes you speedy success in your "typc" of Work. Jane Fry Academic. Girl Reserves 12. Although Janie is one of the more quiet members of the senior class, she likes the excitement of hockey games. Jane has a bright smile and witty remark ready for all occasions. After graduation Janie plans to go to college and become a teacher of the three "R's." May the tune of her hickory stick be "suc- cess." W s 1 June Bricker Academic. Girl Reserves 12: G. A. A. 11, 12: Muhltohi 12. This small. dark-haired, green-eyed lass rates bas- ketball as her leading sport, while bowling and tennis follow as close seconds. Junie is undecided as to what she wants to do after graduation but thinks she would like to join the WAVES. May she ride the "waves" to success. uhllaiu 43 -' i.L5iu -I . ia ' l- i 1 5-1 L , .xg U Eva Sabatucci Academic. Girl Reserves 12: G. A. A. 11, 12: Observer 11, 12: Muhltohi 11, 12: National Honor Society 12. living thc president of G. A. A. and secretary ol' the Girl Reserves. "Little Eva" was kept very busy during her senior yi-ar. lflva likes a good joke, and has a hearty laugh which is heard frequently. lVlay Eva "bat" hor way to success in hcr tuturc xvork as a nurse. Nancy Griiiith Academic. Girl Reserves 12: Observer 11, 12: Mumtohi 11, 12. It' you ever see a brown- vyed lassie making noise. then you know it's Nancy. Her favorite pastimes arc photography and painting greeting cards, while basket- ball, tennis and bicycle rid- ing are her favorite sports. After graduation Nancy would like to design and build her own home. --ad Julia Ilassler Academic. Girl Reserves 12: Muhltohl 12: Orchestra 11, 12. Julia, a lun-loving lass. could usually be seen cheer- ing at basketball games. Playing the violin and "tickling the ivorics" takc up much ot' her leisure timei shi' also likes to eat. After graduation, Julie plans to attcnd nursing school. Mary Rieser Academic. Chorus 12: Girl Reserves 12: Muhltohi 12: National Honor Society 12. This tall dark - haired young lady is one ol' the jo- vial members ot' the class. Having no particular hobby, "Molly" enjoys almost any- thing which means a lot of lun. In the future, Mary in- tends to top her Clark curls with a nurse's cap. Jane Rentschler Academic. Girl Reserves 12: G. A. A. 10, 11, 12: Observer 11, 12: Muhltohi 11, 12. This brown-haired, brown- eyed miss is air-minded and has as her hobby collecting airplane pins and pictures. She also is quick to mention that she enjoys driving her dad's car. Fly high on your way to becoming an airplane pilot. Dorothy Auchenbach Commercial. Girl Reserves 12. Meet jitterbug "Auchy!" Whenever Dot hears Glenn Miller's orchestra, she's sure to start tapping her toe and soon she's dancing. Dorothy likes the army and is always attracted by a boy in khaki. Although Dorothy is un- decided as to her future, the class of '43 wishes her luck. vntccll i '43 his LJ fhniaie-.:.-4--...g .FS '35 'ju 5,4 -4- Myrle Zimmerman Commercial. Girl Reserves 12. If you see a brown-eyed lass riding to and from school on a bicycle, it prob- ably is Myrle. "Zip's" favorite hobby is writing to "the army." At present she is secretary to Miss E. E. Staudt, teacher of history. In the future she wants to be a secretary. May you "type" your way to success. Jeanne Mervine Home Economics. Chorus 123 Horizon Club 12: Observer 11. "Jeannie" with the light brown hair is one of the quiet girls ot' the senior class. She rates sewing as an in- teresting and useful hobby. "Jeannie" has no definite ambition for the future but the class of '43 wishes her success in whatever field she enters. Ardell Putt Commercial. If you see a blond-haired young lady walking down the street with a pair of roller-skates under her arm, chances are that it is Ardell. for skating is her favorite pastime. Ardell served as secretary to Mrs. M. C. Wertz, civics teacher, during the first sem- ester and to Miss K. E. Hum- ma, sewing teacher, during the second semester. Hazel Moyer c0lYlll"lBl'Cl3l. Band 10, 11, 125 Chorus 12. W h e re there's music, youire sure to find this dark- haired lass, who was a drum- mer in the school band. In her spare time Hazel applies her nimble fingers to sewing. Although undecided as to her future, the class of '43 wishes her success in what- ever iield she enters. Claire Ilg Academic. Girl Reserves 12: Chorus 12. Meet "Sunny," the young- est girl in the senior class, who rates winning recogni- tion in a national poetry contest her biggest thrill. Claire was a member ol' the girls' quartet for two years. In the future Claire in- tends to become a certain SZlllUl"S wife. Betty Searfoss Commercial. Chorus 12: Girl Reserves 12. This green-eyed jitterbug served as secretary to Mrs. S. R. Rothermel, librarian, during her senior year. In connection with her "jitterbugging," "Betts" is fond of the music of Glenn Miller's orchestra. She has not chosen her career as yet, but the class wishes her success. HJIJIOJZJ Eiglztt ?+i Lili: -I .831 Vw Eileen Paul Academic. G. A. A. 11, 12: Girl Reserves 12: Bowling Club 12: Band 10, 11, 12: Orchestra 11, 12: Dance Band 11: Muhltohi 11, 12: Observer 11, 12. 'l'his "Frisky" lass is a drummer in two bands and a swing orchestra. One can usually see Eileen riding to and from school on her bicycle as bicycling is her favorite pastime. lVIay "I.ceny" "drum" her way to success. ' s -i. - Dorothy Brown Academic. Chorus 12: Muhltohi 11, 12: Observer 11, 12: Girl Reserves 12. This small energetic miss rates music as her favorite subject. In her junior and senior years she was a mem- ber of the girls' special group. "Dot" is interested in air- planes and wishes to help promote aviation for women. May you fly the sky of suc- cess. Estella Sprout Academic. Observer 11.12: Muhltohi 11, 12: Girl Reserves 12: Chorus 12: Debating 10. Jovial and fun-loving best describe "Stell" who posseses brown eyes and naturally wavy brown hair. Estella en- joys almost every kind of activity, but especially likes to roam outdoors. After graduation, Estella intends to become a "lady in white." Dorothy Kutz Commercial. Girl Reserves 12: G. A. A. 10, 11, 12: Bowling Club 12. "Dot's" chief delight is corresponding with a certain young sailor. 'lBuppy" especially enjoys going hunting with her dad and dog, "'I'iny." After graduation, Dorothy would like to work in a de- fense plant and help Uncle Sam, so that sailor may come back soon. Lfie I, Bernice Reed Commercial. Chorus 12: G. A. A. 11, 12: Girl Reserves 12: Bowling Club 12. Tall, attractive and pop- ular best describe this peppy lass. Bernie spends most of her time taking part in all sports, "cutting capers" and writing letters. "Fuzzy" hopes to be "someone's stenog' after her high school days. May t'Bon- nie" reach the top of the ladder! Myrtle Strause Commercial. "Myrt" is a tall. slim girl who was always found in the libra1'y during study period. This peppy miss spends her leisure time playing rec- ords and writing to a cer- tain heart interest in the army. She also enjoys air- plane spotting. "Merkle" has made no definite plans for the future. WA iiiilnfsa.-:-..,., L. 'i'it'l"IL 5'-N Catherine Bisscy Commercial. Girl Reserves 12. This brown-eyed little miss greatly enjoys talking and can usually be found eating candy. Among her "favorites" are Sammy Kayc's orchestra, baseball. bicycling and read- ing. "Cassie's" ambition is to become a tiling clerk. May you "tile" your way to suc- cess, , 1 I U 1 Izella Arnold Commercial. This quiet, senior rates hiking and skating "tops." During her senior year, she served as secretary to Mrs. R. 13. Shipe, Principal C. S. Crumbling's secretary. and to Mrs. L. K. Rimby. l.atin teacher. After graduation, lzella hopes to obtain a secretarial position or work in a defense plant, Dorothy Dunkle Commercial. Girl Reserves 12. Dottie's special likes arc reading books and taking hikes along woodland roads. Her leisure time is spent in playing the guitar and listening to Sammy Kaye's orchestra. After graduation "Dottie" would like to be some-body's private secretary. May she "pound the keys" to success. Ruth Blatt Academic. Chorus 12: Muhltohi 12: Girl Reserves 12: National Honor Society 12. This lass, one ot' the tall- est members of the class. states that dress designing is her favorite hobby. She was active in the Girl Reserves as chairman ot' the food committee. Ruth would like to become an elementary school teach- er after graduation. ffk Ruth Jones Commercial. Curl Reserves 12: Chorus 12: Muhltohi 12. This riracious brown-cycd lass would hc a delightful assct to any otlice as lluth has a tlair tor business sub- jects. "Kcmpy," thc senior class play. took much ot' Iluth's time. Ruth is undecided as to her future. but the class ot' 43 wishes her luck, 4:9 i Mildred Krause Academic. Girl Reserves 12: G. A. A, 12: Chorus 12: Muhltohi 12. It would be hard to ovcr- look Mildred. the tallest girl in the senior class, who tow- ers to the height ol' 5 tcct ll inches. One ol' "Millic's" t'ax'oritcs is "swing music" by Glenn Miller and she can often be heard singing the "blues," She plans to teach "rcadin', ritin' and rithmeticf' f 'L -' uklzfahz '43 -'-' Tw. ' u - n . 2 ' ul h si Ardelle Deist Academic. Girl Reserves 12: Muhnnhi 12. A talkative, popular lass is Ardelle who rates red coats as "tops," Her interests center around the air corps and merchant marine. After s c h o o l, Ardelle "dishes out the cream" in a city confectionery store. "lJedie" intends to enter a school ol' nursing. May her way be smooth. Elsie Moll Academic. Cheerleading 12: G. A. A. 10, 11, 121 Girl Reserves 125 Track 10: Muhltohi 12. This small jolly miss hails from Molltown. Because she led cheers at basketball games, Elsie could often be heard saying, 'tCom- ing to the game tonight?" Elsie's ambition is to be- come a nurse. May all your thermometer readings spell success. Katherine Behm Commercial. Whizz! Who was that? Oh. that was Katherine who just went by in her gray Ply- mouth. She is often seen jitter- bugging, which she enjoys as well as driving. "Kass" as she is better known by her classmates, also enjoys a good joke. Best wishes for success from your classmates. Or -gr Erma Larkin Academic. Band 10, 11, 123 Orchestra 11, 125 Horizon Club 12: C. A. A. 12: Chorus 125 Muhltohi 12. Brown - haired, laughing- cyed "Ermie" is "all out" for music, rating this as her fa- vorite subject and hobby. Camp Fire Girl activities also have taken much of her time since seventh grade. Erma plans to become a nurse after graduation. Fern Dautrich Commercial. Despite Fern's quiet dis- position she can frequently be seen 'tcuttin' rugs" to the tune of Harry James' or- chcstra. Being a sports fan, she es- pecially likes skating, bi- cycling and basketball. A t' t e r graduation Fern would like to do office work. The class ol' '43 wishes her the best ot' luck "Always" Betty Gordner Commercial. t'Laugh and be happy" is the motto of "Tish." Betty rates office practice and shorthand as her l'avor- ite subjects and during her senior year, she served as secretary to C. D. Getz, Eng- lish teacher, and Mrs. M. C. D. Wertz, civics teacher. To be a typist in a defense plant is Betty's ambition. Hindustan 'lv of-nty-one 'il i '43 -l- el Mary Ann Rothenbergcr Commercial. Muhltohi 12. Entering the art room one could not avoid seeing some of the handiwork of this lass. She spent the time in her favorite class in designing attractive dresses. Mary intends to study commercial art and design- ing. May she fit lines to- gether in life as well as she does on a drawing board. .eff Jane Hohl Academic. Girl Reserves 123 Chorus 125 National Honor Society 125 Muhltohi 12. This dark-haired, brown- eyed senior is very fond of poetry, enjoying both to read and write it. She was prominent in all Girl Reserve activities in her senior year because she was program chairman. Jane plans to enter the nursing profession. Dorothy Schubert Commercial. Girl Reserves 12: G. A. A. 10, 11, 127 Bowling Club 12: Munlmhi 12. "Dot" rates bowling as her favorite pastime. She also was seen "renting" the var- ious sports in G. A. A. Shakespeare, ice skating and Ty Power are "ace high." "Dee" would like to fur- ther her education at a state teachers college. i. E.: l- r.e- +- -ve H. , . A . 1 Gladys Manwiller Academic. Muhltohi 12. This brown-haired lass is one of the more talkative members of the senior class and enjoys a good argument. t'Shorty" towers to the great height of 5 feet. ln af- ter-school hours she enjoys listening to Sammy Kaye's orchestra. Gladys is undecided as to the future but the class ol' '43 wishes her success. c1437-.-.1- Pauline Angstadt Home Economics. Chorus 12. Sewing, cooking and Eng- lish are this light-haired miss's favorite subjects while reading, hiking and writing letters to a soldier take up most of her spare time. "Junie" is uncertain as to what she will do after grad- uation, but eventually she would like to become a housewife. Irene Hildebrand Commercial. "Renee," a slender brown- eyed lass, rates shorthand and dancing "tops." Much of her spare time is devoted to raising an orange plant and collecting records. Band leader Harry James swings his way into her heart. To be an army nurse or a nurse's aid is her chief Zllil- bition. Good luck, "Renee!" Twenty-tw Betty Rissmiller Commercial. C'arefree and happy-go- lucky is this small miss who declares dancing to be her favorite pastime. Although q u i t e small, "Shorty" has a hearty laugh and likes a good joke. After graduation Betty plans to get an ollice posi- tion. lVlay she pick the "Shorty-est" way to sue- cess. Barbara Arnold Academic. G. A. A. 10, 11, 12: Debating 10, 11: Horizon Cluh 121 Chorus 12: Observer 11, 12: Muhltohi 11, 12. This brown-eyed lassie was kept very busy by her many activities. She was often found in the gym refereeing girls' basketball games, in her capacity as co-manager of the G. A. A. "B, B." is undecided as to her future but the class of V13 wishes her luck. Gloria Kulikowski Commercial. Chorus 12: Girl Reserves 12: Observer 11, 12: Muhltohi 11, 12: Bowling Club 12. Glo was secretary ot' the class in her junior and sen- ior years. She also was sec- retary to R. S. Leinbach, geography teacher and W. I. Reed, bookkeeping teacher. Gloria rates tap dancing and going to the movies as her favorite pastimes. Good luck, Gloria. Betty Steinfurth Commercial. Bowling Club 125 Girl Reserves 12: G. A. A. 10, 11, 12. ll' you admire dull and cheerless people, be sure to stay away from "Steinie," who is one ol' the fun-loving girls of the senior class. 'l'his lass is an ardent ad- mirer ol' the United States Navy and llarry James. "Betts" hopes to continue her shorthand and typing in a secretarial position. Elizabeth Weber Commercial. Girl Reserves 121 National Honor Society 12. Betty, a quiet miss, spends much time crochcting, read- ing and sewing. Shorthand and ollice prac- tice rank high with Betty, who served as secretary to J. W. White, mathematics teacher, and Miss Grace llartinan, secretary to Su- perintendent C. E. Cole, dur- ing her senior year. Elizabeth Spohn Commercial. Track 10, 11, Chorus 12: Girl Reserves 12: Muhltohi 11, 12: Observer 11, 125 Bowling Club 12. Do you hear music? lt' so, Betty is probably in front of it. This popular lass with her two gold batons was seen twirling with our school band. Betty intends to be a hair stylist and live in California after the war. May her fu- ture be sunny. hlihliiinltulim- -r .ii I . icrzlu-llirce ' '43 . if Lf' 1.li lg sf.: '-rsaszgggg Jane Spangler Commercial. Girl Reserves 12. This dark-haired lassie is one of the quiet type of per- sons. Active in sports, she rates baseball as her favor- ite. Jane came to Muhlen- berg in her senior year from Reading High School. After high school, "Peggy" dcrires to obtain a job as bookkeeper. The class ot' '43 hopes she keeps her records straight. -it Doris Kaylor Academic. Muhltohi 12: Chorus 12. Quiet, smiling-eyed Doris hails from Hyde Crest. Doris was often seen in the art room at school. For re- creation she turns to bowl- ing and dancing. In the future, she would like to Work in a defense plant and later keep house for a certain local lad. May she "sweep" her way to success. 6-I Arlene Lunpold Commercial. "l.eeny" spends most ot her time outdoors either iiding her bicycle or hiking It the weather is not suitalilt for activities outdoors. shi can he found writing letters to senieone in the service. Alter graduation, Arlent would like to become a gen eial rlllce clerk. lhe class ot '-lil wishes her smooth sail ing. Mary Jane Gehris Academic. Band 10, 11, 12: Orchestra 10, 11, 12: Chorus 12: Girl Reserves 12: Dance Band 10, 11. Meet one of the musically- minded seniors. "Gerry Mane" has been a member of All State Band, has taken several roles in school operettas and also plays the pipe organ. After graduation "Duchess" would like to become a pri- vate music instructor. Mp.. If V. .s , if 1 Anna Mae Seidel Commercial. Girl Reserves 12: Muhliohi 12. The ambition of this tiny miss is to work in a war plant for the duration. and then to get an oflice job. Anna Mae is one of the few girls of the class who enjoy and have the oppor- tunity to go horseback rid- ing. Best wishes from your class. Anna Mae! Louise Viering Commercial. Louise is a member of thi 12B homeroom but was al- ways found with IZIJ stu- dents at lunch time. "VVeedy" hails from 'l'em- ple and is one of the few who place sports before dancing. Louise has gained many friends w i t h hei' broad smile. May your smile bring you success as an olliet worker. i.. KA" 1.1.1-. 0 . .. Q f '43 Tlrcntil-ff Qld Nita Boyer Academic. Orchestra IIJ, 11, 125 Girl Reserves 125 Chorus 12g Muhltohi 12: National Honor Society 12. "Nits" is a girl who likes to hear and tell good jokes and then laugh heartily. Collecting things - house plans, recipes, match covers, etc. -- is her hobby. She was also very active in Girl Reserves work, having been senior treasurer of the club. Nita plans to be a nurse. s X K Mary I-Iimmelreich Commercial. Girl Reserves 123 G.. A. A. 10, 12. "Himmy," a brown-eyed, dimpled lass is one of the more talkative members of the senior class. Her hobby is driving her dad's "'36 Chevvyf' After leaving school, Mary would like to further her commercial interests by do- ing general office work. , s . Gloria Ebersole c0I'YIl'YlGI'Clal. Every Saturday night this brown-haired lass can be seen at a local skating rink where she indulges in her favorite sport. When her feet aren't rolling over some fioor her eyes are rolling over an interesting book, because reading is another one of "Glo's" hobbies. Gloria's ambition is to be an efficient secretary. Harold Degler Industrial. This brown-eyed lad rates fishing and reading non-Iic- tion books as his most in- teresting pastimes. He en- joys shop more than any other subject in school. At present he is a truck driver after school and Sat- urdays. After the war he would like to make this his vocation. May you "drive" your way to success. xv! Anna Phillips C0l'TlWl8I'Cl3I. Anna is a talkative girl with a bright smile and teasing ways. Her laughter often was heard coming from the 12D homeroom. She is popular with the oposite sex and enjoys cor- responding with a certain fellow in the navy. After graduation Anna wants to become a typist. Louis Canto lnzlustrial. Track 11: National Honor Society 12. This athletically inclined lad rates soccer as his favor- ite sport and plays on a Reading soccer team. "D. A." is one of the lively seniors and is Well liked by the students. Louie plans to enter the military aviation field, if possible, after graduation. "Keep 'Em Flying, Louie! realy-five M Q L5 - I mf' 15:3 its . sas A . 5'-1 P' Donald Long Commercial. Hall Patrol 11, 12. "Longy" isa member of the Pennsylvania State Guard through which he receives training which will be of service to him as a member of Uncle Sam's army. At the present time, he is working for his father, driv- ing a gas and oil truck. Donald's future is unde- cided but the class wishes him good luck. Irvin Bortz Commercial. Irvin can often be found bowling at one of the local alleys for this is one of his chief interests. Bortz also rates roller-skating as the Meats" and spends much spare ti ni e "rollin' on wheels!" Bortz would like his vo- cation to center around plumbing. The class wishes him "pipes of success!" Thomas Clarke Academic. Stage 10, 11, 12: Track 11, 12: Hall Patrol 12: Debating 10, 11, National Honor Society 11, 12. During his spare time, Tom likes to work in his combined workshop a n d laboratory where he tinkers with chemicals, electricity and woodwork. For exercise, "Clarkie" likes to hike. Tom says, "If after gradu- ation I am unable to join the army, I plan to enter college." N Otto Voit Academic. Band 10, 11, 125 Chorus 12: Orchestra 10, 11, 125 Dance Band 10, 115 Hall Patrol 11, 127 Swimming 11, 125 Hi-Y 12. "Oscar," who towers to the height of 6 feet 11,5 inches, is one of the musically minded seniors. After graduation, he hopes to attain the high notes in the field of chemical engineering or to continue his studies at a military academy. Marvin Weaver Academic. "Marv," one of the more quiet lads of the class, spends his leisure time doing me- chanical drawing. He likes chemistry and math and gives football a top-notch rating in the field of sports. After graduation. "Slug" intends to pursue a course in mechanical engineering, if Uncle Sam does not call him first. Joseph Ilg Academic. Band 10, 11, 125 Chorus 12: Debating 113 Orcheatra io, 11: Hall Patrol 10, 11, 12. This tall husky fellow is often seen joking or dancing. Joe's hobby is automobile racing. He is a member of the Pennsylvania State Guard. After graduation he hopes to join foreign convoy duty, driving army equipment. Keep 'em rolling! L- F-f M - Mauna '43 - 4 ?i . - -J 51, 1 Li: ,,, ' 3, ' 51 . 5, ' . Morris Knouse Academic. Chorus 12: Hi-Y 12: Debating 10, 11: Observer 113 Muhlxohi 11, 12: National Honor Society 12. By warbling in several choruses, playing the piano and attending various musi- cal concerts, this happy, friendly lad expresses his interest in music. Morris plans to take a pre- medical course at ' Albright College. Frank Pegg Academic. Hall Patrol 125 Stage 10, 11, 125 Chorus 12. Here is an up-and-around young man who served as vice-president of the 12A homeroom in his senior year. "Peggie'sl' hobby, radio, prompts him to try to attend R. C. A. Radio School if the army does not get him first. May you "tune in" to a hap- py future. William Miller Academic. Band10,11,12g Orchestra 10, 11, 12: Dance sand 10, 11: Hi-Y 12, Basketball 12: Baseball 11: NHUOIIHI Honor Society 12: ch0I'Ul 12. "Billy the kid" is the youngest member of the class. Being president of the class and the Hi-Y and play- ing varsity basketball have been the high spots of Bill's high school career. May the melodious tones of his Cornet bring success. Sterling Heim Commercial. Hall Patrol 10, 11, 12: chorus 129 Band 10, 11: Basketball 10, 11, 12. "Heimie" is one of the tall- er members of the class. He served as varsity basketball manager and secretary of the Hall Patrol during his senior year. Sterling's cry is "Fun for all and all for fun." Sterling would like to en- ter the army. Earl Dunkle c0I'Nl'Yl6I'Cl3l. Earl participated in inter- class soccer and basketball during his senior year. It is said that this lad is one who is quiet in a noisy sort of way. Earl spends most of his spare time work- ing in a local restaurant. Earl has made no definite plans for the future. His classmates wish him success in his after-graduation days. Donald Shunk Academic. Chorus 123 Hall Patrol 10, 11, 12. Meet this tall senior who likes the outdoors and roams in the woods in all seasons. He classes hunting as "the" sport. "Shunky," a corporal in th e Pennsylvania Sta te Guard, helped to train other seniors in military routine. His ambition is to become a forest ranger. venty-seven --i '43 Ti L' S? 0-1. 7 . Robert Madenford lnduoirial. Basketball 12: Soccer 11. Bobby is a rather silent fellow who likes to play soc- cer and basketball. Because of a bruised leg, he could not play his forward position on the varsity basketball team this year. After he graduates, f'Mady" hopes to be placed in the Motor Transport Division of the army. May you speed on your way to success. Howard Reed Commercial. Hall Patrol 10, 11, 12: Chorus 12. "Soda-jerk" would be a good nickname for this blond lad, who works as fountain- boy in a local drugstore. "Butch" rates basketball as his t'avorite sport and was seen in action in intra- mural sports. After receiving his di- ploma, Howard intends to become a marine. William Fowler Academic. Hi-Y 125 Hall Patrol 11, 12. William, a brown-eyed lad who hails from 12B, is a soda jerker in his spare time. Bill rates baseball and hunting as fftops' in sports. He also enjoys horseback riding and driving his dad's car when he has extra gas. He, like most seniors, is planning to join some branch of the armed forces. Good luck, Bill! Clifford Hevalow Industrial. Small, quiet, but energetic describe Clifford, who be- cause of his great interest in history spends his spare time reading books on this subject. This diminutive lad plans to join Uncle Sam's navy after graduation. May his ship sail on the sea of suc- cess and happiness, Raymond Spohn commercial. Hall Patrol 10, 11, 12. HSpoony," a member of the 12C homeroom, rates model airplane building as his favorite hobby. At present "Dishy" works in a local defense plant. After receiving his di- ploma, Raymond plans to enter the navy. Best wishes for a future of smooth sail- ing. Blaine Trate Industrial. Hall Patrol 11, 12. "Weed," a dark-haired member of the senior class. can often be seen playing basketball. Trate is very fond of dancing. He also served in the aircraft warning serv- ice as an observer, and is an air raid warden. Blaine states that he has no plans for the future. l U 11 '43 L'-" Twenty-mg: Qnnuqnuiiunne, 1 las. is as . 53 f 1-.. in s., as 1. Merritt Weaver Industrial. "Spebbie" is one of the shortest boys in the senior class. Ho rates lnetal shop and English "tops" in scho- lastic subjects. Collecting souvenirs is his hobby. After graduation Merritt says that if he doesn't enter the armed i'orces he would like to wo1'k with sheet metal in a defense plant. Best wishes, Merritt. Roy Yerger Academic. Hall Patrol 10, 11, 12: Banu 10, 11, 12: Orchestra lu, 11, 125 Chorus 12. This lad can usually be found in his cellar doing some kind of woodwork in which field he has already gained an award. Roy makes what-not-shelves and lawn chairs as a hobby. As for the future Roy is undecided, but the class wishes him "smooth planing." l "lily-'iiillc' Leonard Moll Academic. Basketball 12: Baseball lll,11,12: Soccer 115 Swimming 10,11. "Mickey," one of Muhlen- berg's all-around athletes, did a "swell" job in any sport in which he partici- pated. This peppy, muscular lad rates baseball as his favorite sport. He also was active in table tennis, having won five championships. After graduation Leonard plans to join the coast guard. Robert Jacoby Academic. Chorus 125 Soccer 113 Hi-Y 12. Sports are rated 'itops" by this tall lad with dark hair while playing the banjo is his hobby. During his senior year "Jake" was treasurer of the local Hi-Y Club. After graduation, "Bob" hopes to enter the marine corps. May you sail o'er the waves of success. S' William Spies Industrial. Track 11, 12. Meet one of the carefree members of the 12D home- room. Bill is sports-minded and therefore spends much of his spare time swimming or working on the track to develop his running ability. Most of his working hours are consumed at his father's gas station. Bill's plans after gradua- tion are to enter the service. Ralph Evans Industrial. Track 11, 12. This blond, blue-eyed boy is a quiet, good -natured member of the 12B home- room. Ralph's sparetime is de- voted to hiking and bicycle riding, which probably ac- counts for his good leg-work in track. Although his plans are not definite, Ralph would like to join the navy. d - 143-l lb iil il Uv Charles Strausser Commercial. Muhltohi 12. Auburn wavy hair, gray eyes and medium height best describe Charlie. He is rather quiet and considers listening to the ra- dio "tops" He also enjoys movies, especially those con- cerning war stories. Charles is undecided as to his plans for the future but in whatever he chooses, the class wishes him luck. Robert Hill Industrial. Baseball 11, 12. "Hil1y," a happy-go-lucky fellow with sandy hair and blue eyes, is a popular mem- ber of the 12D homeroom. Robert served as baseball manager during his senior year. As a member of the Penn- sylvania State Guard, Bob has started his military training which he hopes to complete in the army. Richard Kircher Industrial. This blue-eyed, brown- haired lad enjoys chewing on carrots and sleeping un- til noon. He participated in intramural sports in his senior year. t'Hatchet-head" especially likes to go "joy-riding" with t'lVIady" in the Ford. Richard is undecided about his life's work, but the class wishes him the best of luck - is Robert Carr Industrial. Hall Patrol 11, 12. "Buzz" is one of the "strong, silent men" of the senior class. Bob, a private in the Penn- sylvania State Guard, can be found behind the wheel of his "super charger." After graduation, Robert intends to enlist in Uncle Sam's tank corps. Raymond Greth Academic. Soccer 10, 11: Hall Patrol 11, 125 Hi-V 12. "Butch" is one of the ath- letic members of the senior class who spends most ol' his leisure ti m e swimming, bowling or playing baseball. Besides these sports, Ray- mond also finds some time to devote to his hobby, model plane building. Although Raymond is un- decided as to the future, the class wishes him success. James Witman Commercial. Swimming 127 Hi-Y 12. 'tGive me the outdoors," says Jimmy when asked where he would like to spend his spare time. When weather permits this blond, blue-eyed lad enjoys hunt- ing and fishing, but if weath- cr conditions are bad he is content to stay home and read a good comic book. Jim wants to join the marines after graduation. gg - Mmm '43 - 1 Si il i Donald Miller Academic. Chorus 125 Tennis 10, 11: Swimming 10, 11, 12. This dark complexioned lad, 5 i'cet 8 inches tall, has been a star swimmer for Nluhlenberg for three years. One ol' "D. A.'s" favorite pastimes is arguing and dis- cussing. Don expects to be one oi' Uncle Sam's soldiers after he leaves Muhlenberg. The class wishes you success. Lee Dailey Industrial. Brrrrr spt! This is not a Boeing bomber but one ol' Lee's model racers which he builds during his spare time. "Nid," one of the taller seniors, also enjoys playing tennis and baseball. This blond-haired lad is looking forward to becoming a mechanic when school days are over. May his lathe turn out infinite success. Wesley Seitzinger General. Basketball 11, 121 Soccer 10, 11: Hall Patrol 10, 11, 123 Hi-Y 12. Blue eyes, blond hair best describe "Stink," who is known for the large quanti- ties oi' food he can consume. Being a star basketball player and vice-president ot' the Hi-Y have been the high spots ol' "Frog's" high school career. i'Froggy'si' ambition is to become a member ol' the naval air force. Richard Derr Academic. Stage 10.11, 12: Han Patrol 10, 11, 121 National Honor Society 12. Dick, one of the more wit- ty members of the class. was president of the Hall Patrol in his senior year. Much ol' Dick's time was spent behind stage manag- ing scenery setup. After graduation Richard plans to major in chemistry at Albright College. Paul Gardner Industrial. This curly-haired, dark eyed lad enjoys wandering through the halls at noon and driving his dad's gray Ford. "Pauley" contributes to the national war effort by working on a local farm dur- ing summer vacation. Although Paul has not de- cided what he wants to do after he graduates, his class- mates wish him happiness. Donald Francis Academic. Band 10, 11, 12: Orchestra l0,11,127 Dance Band 10, 11. Donnie, 5 feet 9 inches tall, has brown eyes and hair. This likeable young man showers his attentions on pigeons and spends most of his spare time caring for them. He also is often seen behind the tuba. Donald has no special plans for the future, but the class wishes him luck. -' Mahllallz '43 - 5-w a n Grant Stetzler Commercial. National Honor Society 125 Band 10, 11. This small, fair-haired young man enjoys wood- working as a hobby. Grant spends his Sunday afternoons rehearsing on his clarinet with the Metropol- itan Band of Laureldale. After graduation, Grant would like to be a head ma- chinist. May his "tinkering" lead to success. Albert Heinrich General. Swimming 123 Hi-Y 12: Muhltohi 12. Albert, one of the taller boys of the senior class, places free-hand art first as a subject and as a hobby. "Abie" also enjoys hiking, through which he gets ideas for painting, and swimming and often accompanies his activities with whistling. The class wishes "Elmer" best of luck in any field he enters. Bruce Kurzwcg Academic. Observer 11, 125 Band 10, 11, 12: Orchestra 10, 11, 12: National Honor Society 11, 12: Chorus 12: Muhltohi 11, 12, Hi-V 124 Hall Patrol 10, 11, 12. "Wiggle," as sports editor of the Obscriicr, attended all basketball games to get first- hand stories. He rates jour- nalism high among his school subjects. As to the future, Bruce says if he doesn't join the army, he wants to prepare for the ministry. Ralph Stetzler Commercial. Band 10, 11. While interviewing this dark, friendly lad of the 12C homeroom, no one hesitated to mention that Ralph's vo- cation and hobby is "being late." He also takes an ac- tive interest in current events and playing the clarinet. In the future, Ralph hopes to work in a machine shop. The class of '43 wishes him success. William Steinfurth c0l'lllYl8fCl3l. 'iSteinie," one of the handsome seniors, rates bas- ketball, soccer and football "super" Bill spends a lot of his time helping his father on his ice truck. He also enjoys driving his father's car. After graduation, William intends to join the marines. Lots of luck to a future "leatherneck." uhlZa!u '-43?- .... - Clement Pizzutelli mausirial. Baseball 10, 11, 12. Clement is an athletically inclined member of the class. What he lacks in height, he gains in muscle which was of value in swinging the baseball bat for Muhlenberg. After school hours, "Put- zy" works on his father's refreshment truck. "Putzy" has not yet made plans for the future. Best wishes from the class. Thirty-tw George Eisenbrown Commercial. Hall Patrol 10, 11, 12: Soccer 11: Basketball 12: Chorus 12: Tmnla 11. "To the shores of Trip- oli"-Herc comes a future marine. Besides being in- terested in joining the mar- ines, Georgie rates table tennis and skiing as "tops." George was ol'ten seen in the gym after school as he was assistant manager of the varsity basketball team. Harry Manwiller Academic. Chorus 12: Stage 10, 11, 12: Swimming 11, 12: Hall Patrol 10. 11, 12: nahanng 10, 11. This energetic lad piloted the 12A homeroom in his senior year. "Chas" has worked in a grocery store after school for the past two years, and en- joys bowling and ping-pong. After graduation, Harry would like to pursue a course in radio engineering. i1-ty-three William Dubbs Industrial. Hall Patrol 12. "Red," one of the gay fellows of Muhlenberg, likes to dance and is also an amateur comedian. Where there is trouble, there also is "Dubbs." He takes a fancy to blondes and brunettes, rather than other redheads. William wants to be an or- chestra leader. Class of '43 hopes that your plans will lead to success. Kermit Jones Industrial. Chorus 12: Hall Patrol 12. "Johnny," as this dark- haired lad is called by many of his friends, gets great- est enjoyment from reading a thrilling adventure story. ".Ionesy" expects to hear a call from Uncle Sam in the near future. The class of '43 extends to the lad who played the role of the "Devil" in the local Christmas play success and good fortune. Irvin Endy c0mm8YCl2l. Baseball 10, 11, 12. This tall, lanky fellow who reaches the mark of 6 feet 3 inches is a quiet senior. Endy is a lover of all sports but places baseball at the top of the ladder. He participat- ed in this sport as pitcher on the Muhlenberg team. Irvin is undecided as to the future but the class of '43 wishes him the best of luck. Robert Beamesderfer Acadcmic. Hall Patrol 10, 11, 12: Chorus 12. A wise crack, a hearty laugh, and lots of noise let everyone know that "Beamie," one of the more jovial members of the class. is around. One can often hear Bob hum or "try" to sing a tune. As for the future Bob would like to join one of the branches of the army. 4.-iff! 43 ,lm , I I tt , A 1' M ra il Q3 1 5" '-.4 -A ':...4'j2 John Fehr Commercial. Hall Patrol 10, 11, Hi-Y 12. Although Johnny is rather quiet and reserved, he was kept busy serving as secre- tary to the Hi-Y Club, R. J. McGarry, instrumental mu- sic teacher, and R. D. Shipe, jr., science teacher. After graduation, "Pauly'l plans to continue his pencil pushing a nd typewriter punching until drafted. Robert Loehrig Academic. Band 10, 11, 125 Orchestra 10, 11, 125 Dance Band 11: Chorus12. Meet this witty, blond- haired senior who is fznd of all sports, especially ice skat- ing and basketball. After having been 12A homeroom treasurer since seventh grade, Bobby was elected senior class treasurer. Bob thinks Uncle Sam will call him after graduation. Jack Haas CCYY!l'Yl6I'0l3l. B3I1d 10, 11, 12: Orchcstra 10, ll, 12, Hi-Y 125 Chorus 129 MuhIt0hi 12. This energetic lad's talent in handling the French horn enabled him to be in All- State Orchestra in eleventh grade and All-State Band in his senior year. As to the future, Jack is undecided but his classmates extend best wishes for his success in any field. Betty Manderbach Academic. Girl Reserves 12. Here is one of the few members of the senior class who really enioys Shakes- peare. She ranks among the quiet ones, but appreciates a good joke. "Betts" plans to journey to Kutztown State Teachers College next fall to prepare for teaching elementary school. Walter Benner Academic. This tall lad, whose inter- est centers around airplanes, not only builds model air- planes, but also flies at a lo- cal airport. "Rusty" can often be seen in a gray Plymouth. As to the future, Walter is undecided, although he expects to be in the United States,Army or Air Corps. Soar to success! My l Edward Hartman Industrial. National Honor Society 11, 12. Ready, willing and able is this young man, who loves to participate in a red-hot argument. To own an ultra-modern farm is Eddyls only dream and ambition. Ed will probably join many of his other chums in Uncle Sam's armed forces after graduation. Stick to your guns, "Farmer!" In Memoriam The class of '43 wishes to pay tribute to the memory of Kurt H. Muehlmann, de- ceased class member, who died November 7, 1942, as a. result of in- juries sustalned ln a bicycle accident. f '43 Tnmy-fm Ilcnry Nitschc Industrial. l'llTl'Vl'2ll'Cl, lllill'Clli Behold thc lirst Muhle11be1'g student U1 be d1'al'ted into the United States Army. "N1lscl1v" studied to be a radio lJD0l'2lilll' i11 the radio Si'lllllll al Camp Cl'l3lvt. S. C. llc has also received a medal lilil' cxpcri sl11111t111g. llc111'y's classmates send i1i111 the XVill'lllCSl g1'ccti11gs XVll0l'l'X'0l' l1c goes, To Euler Service Twenty-nine seniors will enter the armed forces of Uncle Sam immediately following graduation. They are Bruce Kurzweg Richard Derr, Morris Knouse Robert Jacoby Robert Loehrig Wesley Seitzingcr Grant Stetzler Ralph Stetzler Sterling Heim lrvin Endy William Steinfurth Donald Long Howard Rced George Eisenbrown Raymond Spohn Blaine Trate Robert Carr William Spies William Dubbs Lee Dailey Clement Pizzutelli Robert Madenford Kermit Jones Merritt Weaver Harold Degler Robert Hill Joseph Ilg Donald Miller Walter Benner Clifford Kramer ACIldCl'l1lC. "Slcepy." as Cliil might easily be Called, was ablc to "daze 11ll"' i11 any class. Kra- 111c1' was MUhlCllbt'l'g.S lirst Sllllllll' to enlist. This Cill'Cl'l't'C lad has c11111- plctcd his basic t1'ai11111g, 1'0- ccivcd thc l'llllli ol' second class sca111a11, lost 20 pounds llllfl deserted the "arms of 111c11'pl1eus." 'Kcmpyf' Scnior Class Play Cast, left to right: Bruce Kurzweg, Louis Canto, Morris Knouse fseatedl, lam- llohl. Donald Shunk. Ruth Jones. Bernice Reed, Carolyn Trexler lseatedl. IllI'lU'fl1'l' '43 5:5 5-v if ' BlQIhulknhg I E1 Q51 lf . -1- l.l1- Class Will VVe, the Senior Class of Muhlenberg Township High 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: To Q. R. Keath, teacher of mechanical drawing, Richard Derr wills his ability as stagehand. Item II: Morris Knouse happily bestows his ability to do nothing to those who need it. Item III: First chair in the band clarinet section is willed to Dorothy Deeds, IIC, by Erma Larkin. Item IV: Estella Sprout wills her fun-loving disposition to Janet Coombs, 9A. Item V: Mildred Krause and Ruth Blatt bequeath their friendship to June Harvey and Jane Rishell, 11C. Item VI: To I.eRoy Rose, IIA, Marvin Weaver bestows his bashfulness. Item. VII: Leonard Moll wills his position as guard on the varsity basketball team to Homer Carley, IOD. Item VIII: Ardelle Deist's chemistry book is very gladly bestowed to Roy Adams, IIB. Item IX: To Joyce Fink, 9A, Julia Hassler bequeaths' her jolly disposition. Item X: Otto Voit wills his ability to tie bow ties to C. D. Getz, English instructor. Item XI: To Jeanne Hartranft, IIA, is bequeathed Barbara Arnold's love for mathematics. Item XII: Her flair for photography, Jane Fry wills to Marjorie Hippie, IIA. Item XIII: VVilliam Miller wills the class presidency to Calvin Biehl, IIA. Item XIV: His ability to repair his own bicycle, Frank Pegg bestows to Harold Williams, IOF.. Item XV: Carolyn Trexler wills her habit of carrying many books to class to Marian Gerberich, IIA. Item XVI: To Miss A. H. Horton, teacher of music, Claire Ilg bequeaths her bicycle. Item XVII: Roy Henry Yerger bestows his ability to hunt to Harry Isenberg, 9B. Item XVIII: First chair in the violin section of the orchestra, Nita Boyer wills to Frank Luerssen, IOA. Item XIX: To Lorraine Heffley, 9A, Mary Rieser wills her ambition to be- come a nurse. Item XX: Mildred Krause bequeaths her height to Josephine DeSantis, IOA. Item XXI: His good temper, Thomas Clarke wills to Betty Mengel, 9A. Item XXII: Raymond Greth bestows his quietness to Kenneth Reichart, 7D. Item XXIII: To Anita Sigg, 9A, Mary Jane Gehris wills her position as accompanist of Mixed Chorus. Item XXIV: Ruth Blatt wills her headaches to the future Girl Reserve re- freshment chairman. Item XXV: Betty Manderbach bequeaths her long walk to school to Hazel Trexler, IOA, and Ruth Trexler, 8A. Item XXVI: His ability to play the tuba, Donald Francis wills to William Shirk, 7E. Item XXVII: To Calvin Biehl, IIA, Harry Manwiller bestows his forensic abilit . A Item XXVIII: Elsie Moll bequeaths her automobile driving ability to Donald Moll, 10A. f Muidzhlu '43 '- mm,-S Item XXIX: The position of boys sports editor on the Muhlenberg Observer is bestowed upon Gerald Brunner, IIB, by Bruce Kurzweg. Item XXX: Wesley Seitzinger wills his food capacity to R. S. Leinbach, teacher of geography. I Item XXXI: To Isabel Miller, IIA, Jane Hohl bestows her Girl Reserve program chairmanship. Item XXXII: Dorothy Brown wills her ability to keep track of her pocket- book to Miss I". A. M. Rahn, teacher of health and guidance. Item XXXIII: His golfing ability, Robert Jacoby bequeaths to Richard Jacoby, 9D. Item XXXIV: Robert Loehrig bestows his ability to play the trumpet to Norman Kauffman, SC. Item XXXV: Finally, the 12A homeroom wills the in-coming 7A homeroom to Miss E. E. Staudt, teacher of history. Last Will and Testament of 12B Item I: Gladys Manwiller willingly wills her "height" to Dick Reeser, IIC. Item II: Irene Hildebrand gladly gives her long hair to C. D. Getz, English teacher. Item III: The drums of Eileen Paul are reluctantly given to Paul Weller, 9B. Item IV: The 12B homeroom wills Nancy Grif'fith's "corny jokes and peals of laughter" to Dorothy Fehr, IIB. Item V: To John Peipher, IOB, we give Jane Rentschler's love for air- planes. Item VI: Eva Sabatucciis ability to get along with everyone is gladly given to Jeanne Hartranft, IIA. Item VII: The quiet ways of Doris Kaylor are willed to Raymond George, IOA. Item VIII: To Henry Cole, IOA, Hazel Moyer bequeaths her hairpins. Item IX: To Josephine DeSantis, IOA, June Bricker gladly gives her long fingernails. Item X: -Louise Viering's shyness is willed to Fern Snyder, 9D. Item XI: Dorothy Auchenbach's "jitterbugging" is willed to Dick Thomas, IOD. Item XII: The red, wavy hair of "Red" Dubbs is willed to Donald Good, IIC. Item XIII: Robert Beamesderfefs wise cracks we give to L. B. Mearig, his- tory teacher. Item XIV: To John Rolland, BC, we grant Lee Dailey's height. Item XV: Joseph Ilg's way with the girls we give to Homer Carley, IOD. Item XVI: William Fowler wills his ability to jerk sodas to Gerald Brunner, IIB. Item XVII: VValter Benneris work in a drug store we give to :'Pete" Sardo, IIB. Item XVIII: The 12B homeroom gladly gives Donald Miller's ability to argue to Celia Konczewski, IIA. Item XIX: Louis Canto gives to R. S. Leinbach, geography teacher, his ability to broad ump. Item XX: To Vincent Camilli, IID, Harold Degler wills his ability to drive a truck. Item XXI: Ralph Evans gladly grants his good behavior to Roy Adams, IIA. Item XXII: We bestow the quiet disposition of Robert Carr to Pietro Guidot- ti, 1oD. Item XXIII: To Calvin Biehl, IIA, Donald Shunk bequeaths his leadership. Last Will and Testament of 12C Item I: James Witman wills his ability to reduce to J. E. Harris, history teacher. Item II: Dorothy Dunkle wills her brother tc Betty Rothermel, IIB. Item III: To Doris Haus, IOD, Betty Gordner wills her ability to crack chewing gum. hirty-seven - 2'r.7fA':.:::r ra' - - L- nm N jg ,na fi... iffgfigg 4' Item IV: Ardell Putt bequeaths her love for skating to Dick Hartman, IOB. Item V: To L. B. Mearig, history and journalism teacher, Grace Jones gives her love for chewing gum. Item VI: Bernice Reed sadly wills her ears Qwhieh greatly approve of "solid" trumpet musicj to Marilyn Haisch, IOD. Item VII: Betty Steinfurth bestows her love for the navy upon Betty Roth- ermel, IIB. Item VIII: Gloria Ebersole bequeaths her love for dark-haired skaters to June GraeH', IOB. Item IX: The ability to stick to one boyfriend is willed to June Sterner, 7A, by Dorothy Kutz. Item X: Gloria Ebersole, Dorothy Kutz and Ruth Jones bestow upon Miss T. L. Knauss, commercial teacher, their love for slacks. Item XI: Bernice Reed, Betty Steinfurth and Grace Jones will their friend- ship to Hilda Leibold, 9Ag Ruth Brown, 9C, and Peggy Marbarger, 9D. Item XII: We give George Eisenbrown's ability to get along with the mem- bers of the opposite sex to Dick Brunner, IIB, and Frank Luerssen, l0A. Item XIII: William Steinfurth bequeaths his bow ties to C. R. Buckworth. physical education instructor. Item XIV: .lane Spangler gladly bestows the writing of the class will of 12C upon Yolanda Meitzner, IIC. Item XV: Lucia Meitzuer wills her headaches to the new Girl Reserve presi- dent. Item XVI: To June Sterner, 7A, Elizabeth VVeber gives her quietness. Item XVII: Sterling Heim wills to Bruce Sheipe, IIA,.his ambition to get a haircut. Item XVIII: We bestow the talkativeness of Catherine Bissey to Marian Gerberich, IIA. Item XIX: Grant and Ralph Stetzler will their ability to get to school at the last minute to anyone who hates school. Item XX: To .Iohn Herman, IOE, Irvin Endy bequeaths his height. Item XXI: His ability to sleep in class without being caugl? is given, with best wishes for success, by Irvin Bortz to Richard Hartranft, IIC. Item XXII: Betty Spohn and Gloria Kulikowski will their friendship to Betty Lantz and Marian Shearer, IIA. Item XXIII: To Donald Neider, IOA, John Fehr bequeaths his quietness. Item XXIV: Jack Haas bestows his musical ability upon IVilliam Sturdivant, SD, and Robert Heffley, 7A. Item XXV: Raymond Spohn bequeaths his ambition to Harold George, IIA. Item XXVI: The tallness of Katherine Behm is given to Gloria Rothen- berger, 8B. Item XXVII: To Josephine DeSantis, IOA, Betty Searfoss wills her love for dancing. Item XXVIII: Dorothy Schubert bestows her Hrefhn' " and G. A. A. duties to Yolanda Meitzner, IIC. Item XXIX: Ruth Jones gives her ambition to be a "filer" to Nancy Rauen- zalm, IIB. Item XXX: To Miss F. A. M. Rahn, health and guidance teacher, we be- queath the "cowboy driving" of Donald Long. Item XXXI: To Marjorie Hipple, IIA, Betty Geisler wills the writing of the "Alumni Column" in the Observer. Item XXXII: Earl Dunkle bequeaths his ice-skating ability to Frank New- comb, IOB. Item XXXIII: Izella Arnold wills her position in the office to Dorothy Nagle, IIB. Item XXXIV: Myrle Zimmerman gives her liking for the army to Doris Herman, IIC. Item XXXV: Howard Reed wills his friendship with Miss A. H. Horton, music teacher, to Harold Anderson, IIC. Item XXXVI: Charles Strausser bestows his energy to run for the school bus every morning upon Armond Malandra, 9D. M '43 1- Thirty-eial Last Will and Testament of 12D Item I: Fern Dautrich and Betty Rissmiller will their friendship to Miss M. E. Heinz, teacher of German, and Fawn Brye, IOD. Item II: Anna Phillips wills her "gabbiness" to Hannah Hepner, I0l7. Item III: To Eleanor Sehoonovcr, IIC, the class bestows Paul Gardner. Item IV: Arlene I.uppold wills her distance to school to Arlene Schmeck, IID. Item V: 'I'o Russell Sterncr, IIIJ, Robert Madenford will his "I"ord." Item VI: .leanne Mervine bequeaths her height to Ethel Saltzman, IID. Item VII: Robert Hill wills his ability to get along with the girls to Harry Gerhart. 1015. Item VIII: Merritt VVeaver wills his height to Richard Thomas, IOD. Item IX: The artistic ability of Mary Ann Rothenberger we bequeath to Joyce Fink, QA. Item X: Anna Mae Seidel and Myrtle Strausc will the quietness and com- posure of Jeanne Mervinc to the girls of I0lJ. Item XI: Edward Hartman bequcaths his ability to raise pigs to J. E. Harris, history teacher. Item XII: Albert Heinrich wills his height to Pietro Guidotti, IOD. I.tem XIII: To Betty Fielitz, IIA, Kermit Jones wills his "fighting Irish" spirit. Item XIV: The class takes great pleasure in willing VVilliam Spies to Ethel Saltzman, IID. Item XV: Blaine Trate wills his tcclmique with the girls to "Red" George, IIA. Item XVI. To a certain IOC' lass, the class Wills Richard Kircher, Item XVII: Clement Pizzutelli wills his baseball playing ability to John Peipher, IOB. Item XVIII: To J. E. Harris. history teacher, Clifford Hevalow bequeaths his hair. Item XIX: The quietness of Pauline Angstadt is bequeathed to Doris Haus, IOD. Item XX: Mary Himmelreich wills her dimples to Miss A. H. Horton, music teacher. Item XXI: The 12D homeroom wills its boys to the IOC section where they are badly needed. YVe nominate and appoint Calvin Biehl, IIA, and June Harvey, IIB, 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 testament whereof. we have hereunto set our hands and seals this first day of June, A. D.. 194-3. 9 The Class of '43 0. Bey I.aw, I. M. Legal, U. Sue Me. Attorneys at I.aw --if Class I-listory lVhen September made its appearance in I937, a group of 209 seventh grade students entered Muhlenberg. Now, after six eventful years, II4 seniors remain. During seventh grade, many of the present class lent their musical ability to the production of the operetta, "Slip of a Slipper." Members of the various seventh grade homerooms presented plays in assemblies, among which "Hiawatha," dram- atizd by 7A, was outstanding. Bruce Kurzweg and Carolyn Trexler were awarded the American Legion medals in eighth grade and the lVoman's Club awards in ninth grade. Again, in ninth grade many members of the class lent their musical talent to the presentation of the operetta, "Christmas Carol." Nine B also staged the play "YVhittlin" in assembly in this term. hirty-nine 1'l '43 The following year, the Mixed Chorus, of which many seniors were a part, staged "Tune In" and several members of the class participated in the Little Theater Club's Christmas production, "Kings in Nomania" and also in "Anne of Green Gables." Seven members of the class took active parts on the varsity debating team and scored victories over Wilson and Shillington. Some of the present senior boys helped to cop the District 3 Soccer Championship Title. Ten A presented an outstanding assembly play, "Little Women." A spring concert featuring the band, orchestra and drill team was presented under the direction of J. Earl Baker. ln eleventh grade seven present seniors again won debate victories over Mt. Penn and Boyertown. The Little Theater group staged a comedy entitled, "The Old School Spirit." Five present members of the class were elected to the National Honor Society. Nineteen seniors were on the Observer staff and thirteen were members of the Muhltohi staff. Mixed Chorus members presented a spring concert under the direction of Miss A. H. Horton. Donald Shunk was president of the classg Leonard Moll, vice-president, Gloria Kulikowski, secretary, Nancy Griflith, treas- urer. During the senior year William Miller piloted the class, assisted by Donald Shunk, vice-president, Gloria Kulikowski, secretary, Robert Loehrig, treasurer. Eight seniors took part in the class play, "Kempy" under the direction of Mrs. H. A. Ramsay. Twelve seniors were inducted into the National Honor Society. Members of the Mixed Chorus staged the operetta, "Tulip Time," under the direction of Miss A. H. Horton. Fifteen seniors participated in a spring concert given by the band and orchestra. Class of '4-3 writes an end to its history with the commencement program, "Song of America," June 10 and ll. Class Poem To Muhlenberg N0 more we'll hear your school bell ring, No more your steps we'll climb, But in our hearts your song we'll sing, We'll remember it through time. To you, dear Alma Mater, Our guide and leading star, VVe raise our voice in chorus Who have come from near and far. We pledge our honor to youg Our spirit will not dieg You've won our love and loyalty. Now let us tell you why. You've been a grand old school To each and all alike, CLASS MOTTO Keep the white sails of democracy You've taught the golden rule And we'll follow it all through life. When troubles knock upon our door, We'll follow through What we've learned from you Just as we've done before. Now the time has come to part, And in each senior's heart There lies a reverent, sad goodbye To those who helped us try. We thank the teachers, everyone, For every little thing they've done. In years to come it is in thee That we shall live in memory. CLAIRE ILG. CLASS FLOWERS white carnation unfurled. blue bachelor button For an fly nj! wa? ., M g 'Y fn ' - A +1 fxfiyq .291 ! C Q W F 3 A X ,. -1 - awe! ff XD fm N gt ii 4 ,i1 Vfqr :fi-K W, L" M 1 MX fy W i 4 - 714 i i -f, , x H15 H I l 'jg -,ef qw ' A f K HUME RUUMS I-iq 12A homeroom, lel't to right, first row: Betty Manderbach, .lane Fry, Roy Yerger: second row: .lane Hohl, Claire Ilg, Estella Sprout, Raymond Greth, Marvin VVeaver: third row: Erma Larkin, Carolyn Trexler, Julia llassler, Mary .lane Gehris, Wesley Seitzinger: fourth row: Dorothy Brown, Barbara Arnold, Elsie Moll, secretary, Mary Rieser, Ardelle Deist: standing: Miss Edith E. Staudt. homeroom teacher, Ruth Blatt, Nita Boyer, Mildred Krause, Donald Francis, Bruce Kurzweg, Otto Voit, Morris Knouse, Thomas Clarke, Robert Loehrig, treasurer, Frank Pegg, vice-president, Robert Jacoby. Harry Manwiller. president, Leonard Moll, William Miller. 12B homeroom, left to right, first row: Irene Hildebrand, Dorothy Auchenbach, .lunc Bricker: second row: Louise Viering, Hazel Moyer, Donald Shunki third row: Doris Kaylor, Gladys Manwillcr, .lane Rentschler, secretary, Clifford Kramer: fourth row: Nancy Griffith. vice-president, Eileen Paul, Eva Sabatueci. president, Louise Canto: standing: Harry G. Gerberich, homeroom teacher, Ralph Evans, llar- old Degler, Robert Carr, Lee Dailey, Joseph Ilg, treasurer. lvilliam Dubbs. David Boeshore. William Fowler, Robert Beamesderfer, Donald Miller. -- ' W3 l"c1r111-I I :il Uv ltlt' homeroom, left to right, seated, first row: Grant Stetzler, Irvin Endy: second row: Elizabeth Weber, Ralph Stefzler, Earl Dunkle, Donald Long: third row: Katherine Behm, Ruth Jones, Howard Reed. viee-president. Sterling Heim: fourth row: Lucia Meitzner, secretary, Dorothy Schubert. John Fehr, .lannes Witman: fifth row: Betty Steinfurth, Izella Arnold, Catherine Bissey. Jack Haas: sixth row: Grave Jones. Bernice Reed, Dorothy Dunkle, Charles Strausser: Standing: Luther B. Mearig, home- room teaeher, Betty Geisler, treasurer, Dorothy Kutz, Gloria Ebersole, Betty Gordner, Ardell Putt, Nlyrle Zimmerman, Jane Spangler, Elizabeth Spohn, Gloria Kulikowski, president, Irvin Bortz, George lflisenbrown, Raymond Spohn. IBD homeroom, left to right, first row: Arlene Luppold, Jeanne Mervine, Pauline Angstadt, secretary, Anna Phillips. Anna Mae Seidel. treasurer, Betty Rissmiller: second row: Robert D. Shipc, jr., homeroom teau-her, Albert lleinrieh, Blaine Trate, William Spies, Paul Gardner, Myrtle Strause, Fern Dautrieh. Mary Ann Rothenberger, Robert llill: third row: Clement Pizzutelli, Henry Nitsehe, Kermit Jones, Clilforcl llevalow. Merritt Weaver, Edward Hartman, Robert Madenford. president, Richard Kireher, viee-president. ': ul M ' Al- I 'Vi' I.. - rl: tl: . '43 llA homeroom, left to right, first row: Margaret Voeste, Jane Hinlile, secretary, Isabel M'llcr: second row: Celia Konczewski, Jane Luerssen, Marjorie Hippie, Clarice Young, Robert Hasehert: third row: Kathryn Kline, Helen Bailey, Anna Kurtyka, Marian Gerberieh, Gerald Koller: fourth row: Jeanne llartranft. Betty Fritz, Marian Shearer, William Irwin, treasurer, Charles Manwiller: fifth row: Mar- jorie Huntsherger, Betty Lantz, Julia Lenzi, Bruce Sheipe, LeRoy Rose: standing: Clinton D. Getz. homeroom teacher, Robert Sawyer, president, Robert Phillips, Calvin Biehl, Charles Glick, Roy Adams, llarold George, vice-president, Jacob Eisenbrown. 11B homeroom, left to right, first row: Doris Hartman. Dorothy Nagle. Dorothy Fehr: second row Mamie Camilli, Rose Shine, vice-president, Nancy Rauenzahn, Doris Heist, Jane Rishell: third rovs Louise Steinrock, Jane Witman, Ruth Snyder, Betty Rothermel, Mary Hollinger: fourth rovs lovce Thomas, Dorothy Deeds, Carolyn DeSantis, June Harvey, secretary. Betty McNeal: fifth row Rob: rt Brown, Peter Sardo, Lawrenee Spatz: standing: Miss Frances A. M. Rahn, homeroom teacher, Charles Weinhold, Gerald Brunner, Richard Brunner, president. Francis Graed, Robert Weidner. Denton Scheirer, Robert Owens, Charles Miller, William Lutz, Richard Borner, treasurer, Ralph Reddv Naza reno Sabatueci, Elwood Rupp, Charles Fegley. "- Mwhlzfahz 43 -- may il U I 1.1 il. Ill' homeroom, left to right, first row: Richard Hartranft, Doris Herman, secretary. Robert Evans. Fern Naftzinger, Leroy Thren, Catharine Bard, Edwin Boeshore: second row: Leo DeSantis, vice- president, Mary Kissling, Jeanne Dreehsel, Raymond Keller, Thelma Spies, Eleanor Sehoonovcr, Elaine Sehoonover: third row: VVanda Sparr, Betty Wegman, Donald Good, president, Ruth Bitner, Bernardo Penturelli, Louise Harrison. treasurer. Richard Reeser, Emilie Becker: fourth row: Mildred Conner. Beverlv Kantner. Matthew Antonelli. Marian Sassaman, Arlene VVeaver, Carolyn Sparr, Harold Anderson, Yolanda Meitzner: standing, John E. Harris, homeroom teacher. 1 11D homeroom, left to right, first row: Pauline Staver, Arlene Schmeek, Grace Evans, Ethel Saltz- man, secretary, Carrie Seidel, Royce Ney: second row: Charles Stoudt, Russell Sterner, treasurer, Clifford Bechtel, Jack Manwiller, Robert Reed, Clair Miller: third row: Christian Sherman, Carl Peplau, Vincent Camilli, Arland Brenner, Luther Heekman, William Sherman: standing: Gerald Eisenhart, Russell S. Leinbaeh, homeroom teacher, Ronald Kiehl. t W. i' .imp A. fu-Fw' '43 ETJ I? 10-'Y h0lTH'l'00m. left to fir-tht, first row: Jean Miller, Hazel Trexler, Esther Liss: second row: Julia VVolfe, Annette llartzell, Gloria Moyer, Dorothy Kissinger: third row: Donald Neirler, Josephine De- Santis, Jeanette Gernert, secretary, Betty Weaver: fourth row: James llevalow, George Telliho, Ray- mond George, Frances Koehel, Betty Jane Kemmerling, Franees Pentz: fifth row: Frank Luerssen. president, Paul Gehrig, llarold Kremser, Miller I'lle, George llohl, viee-president, llenry l'ole, Ralph Boyer, treasurer, Miss Thelma Knauss, homeroom teacher. b:nit l0B homeroom, left to right, first row: Rita Fahiani, seeretary, Mabel Bowers: seeond row: lithel llerhein, June Graeffz third row: Donald Linderman, treasurer, Blanche llill: fourth row: Dorothy llg, Eleanor Hovey: fifth row: Erma Seidel, Thelma Lengle: sixth row: Shirley Woomert. LaVerne Strausser: seventh row: Gloria Ritz, Frank Newcomb: standing, left to right: Earl S. Loose, homeroom teaeher. Darvin Ketner, llomer Kantner, Robert Beeker, Louis Vieringg Richard Walter, Albert Gas' pari, John Peipher, Paul Dahms, Richard Burkcy. Richard Hartman, president, William lferro, Donald Rothenberger, Riehard Shadel, William Moll. ii-1 V ..i.1.-1 . L gf . 143 an E J 1 10C homeroom, left to right, first row: Gloria Gensemer, Gloria Wurst, Madeline Nickliss, Geraldine Deisher, Arlene Gasser: second row: Dorothy Reeser, Anna Gibble, Jeanne Neher, Richard Batz, Mae Steele: third row: Mary Jane Shunk, program chairman, Sarah Jane Schweitzer, Louise Erny, James Becker, Franklyn Katzenmoyer: fourth row: Irene Beckmann, Kenneth Dellicker, Glenn Bortz, class leader, Jeannette Le-Van. Betty Leibensperger: standing: Miss Fredda Keller, homeroom teacher, Joan Clarke, Jean Boltz, Margaret Sehweyer, Dolores Cairns, secretary, Jane Kohler, Mae Breitegam, Mary .lane Marbarger, treasurer, Catharine Deeds, president, Violet Brenner, vice-president, Annabelle Reber, Martha Klemmer. -A l0D homeroom, left to right, first row: Mildred Marburger, Doris Haus: second row: Mary Jane Kear- ney, Leona Kadcek, Jean Berg, secretary, Jeanne Adams: third row: Marilyn Haisch, Leah Livinghouse Gloria Bittle, Dominic Fioravanti: fourth row: Dorothy Wentzel, Joyce Carley, Fawn Brye, treasurer: Arlene Fry: fifth row: Alice Wert, Dorothy Zabel, Kathryn Carl, Rita Arnold, Charles Printz: standing William I. Reed, homeroom teacher, Pietro Guidotti, Carl 0'Brien, William Sharp, William Walters Donald Rathman, Winfield Blatt, Earl Auchenbach, Homer Carley, vice-president, Milford Gruenert Richard Thomas, president, Wilmer Gordner, Stanley Good, William Redcay, Richard Seachrist. -:,......... Q Y I -1 I 1. F, .Lau l0E homeroom, left to right, first row: Ruth Huey. June Ludwig, Shirley Heist, .lohn Herman, chaplain, Joanna George. secretary-treasurer. Fay Walleisa: second row: Edward Webb, Warren Gernert, Betty Merkel. Nestler, class lender. Betty Dillini. Russell Dietrich. Paul Heist: third row: Harry Gerhart, Heinz lH'0SldPl1t. Harry lleckman, Marvin Ehersole, Richard Arnold, Earl l'lrieh: fourth row: Ar- thur Weller. George Boeshore, vice-president, Richard Baker. Wayne Boyer: standing: Lloyd L. Clem- mens, homeroom teacher. HA homeroom, left to right. first row: Charles Snyder, Martin Held. Patricia Owens. Janet Coombs, Joyce Fink, chaplain, Ruth Thiele, secretary, Doris Young: second row: Carl Reetz, Garrett Greene. treasurer, Richard Hahn, Elwood Oxenreider, John Miller, Robert Deist: third row: Eleanor Krogman, Aleathea Young. Donald Fetterman. Richard Sehleqel, George Irwin, Clarence Heist: standing: Ida Miller, Patricia Pierce, Vivian MaeLatchie, Hilda Leibold, Lorraine Hedley, Fern Hoptley, Betty Men- zzel. Ruby Dilworth, Anita Sigg, Linn Grim, LeRoy Moll. Elton Heist, vice-president, Edgar Mertz, president, Robert Hollinger, Floyd Warmkessel, Miss Kathryn E. llumma, homeroom teacher. H U B - ,uwzafd '43 - . . A ug' N 3 .. .2 , Ei il Q.. H ., L QB homeroom, left to right, lirst row: Sarah DeSantis, Ruth Bricker, VVilliam Spahr, Harold Pfautz. Richard VVolfe, treasurer, Ruth Spies, Doris Shingle, Beatrice Voeste: second row: Shirley Jackson, secretary, Pauline lloffman, Betty Gerhart, Betty Bowman, Catherine Gaspari, Mary Stockwell. Carl ll. Burg, homeroom teacher, Betty Nickliss, Phyllis Early, Mary Ann Slonaker, llarry lsenberg, vice- president, Arthur Schaeffer, Lester Weinman: third row: George Geary, Adam Spinka, Joseph Gier- inger, Donald llain, Donald Grcth, Luther Fink, John Nagle, George Holland, Robert Weyandt, president, Edward Rothermel, Lawrence Eddinger. - 1 A sf Swv -B SIC homeroom, left to right, first row: Dorothy Hicks, Margaret Adams, Eleanor Yoder, Lawrence Camilli: second row: Mary Fehr. Miriam Luppold, Shirley Angstadt, Carson Recd, Mario Fabiani: third row: Gwendolyn VVallcy, Jeanne Milkins, Elsie Balsamini, Enos Schcra, president, Vvilliam Seidel: fourth row: June WVayne, Alice Rapp, Ruth Brown, vice-president. Richard Fegley, Ernest Gauby: lifth row: Le Verne Koch, Edith Stefan, Dorothy Stoudt, Betty Davis, Robert Snyder, treas- urer: standing: Earl E. llinman, former homeroom teacher, Joyce Heffner, Yvonne Ray, Jean Felten- bergcr, Nancy Sechrist, Betty Showers. Anna Sofianos, secretary, Robert Stcinfurth. Robert Young, Edward llevalow. Russell Biehl, Richard Iloover, Carl VVcavcr, Victor Kehler, Albert Camilli, Earl Kantner, Sydney Biehl, Kenneth Artz. 'T Mahlzfahz '43 1- , if Q U 'ir ' li ' A .. -' s. . as gf Jil n U 1 -E homvrooms llhpimn zxppvznw mm In-xl pzngvh ,gf BA homvruom fC's1ptirm znppvurs on rwxl page W . 1 .-1 M 43 9D-E homerooms, left to right, first row: Leo Phillips, lra Kulp, Donald Large, Linwood Sweitzer. Francis Diehl, David DeAngelo, Charles Heim, Robert Reddv: second row: E. Brainerd Reinert, 9E homeroom teacher, Sara Lerch, Fern Fleishman, Margaret Marbarger, Shirley Kline, Arlene Brown, Shirley Peipher J Tl . ' ' ' " ' ' , oan lomas, Shirley Blttle, Jason W. White, 9D homeroom teacher: third row: June Frederick, Mary Savini, Kathryn Ketterer, Doris Trout, Mary Schaeffer, president of 9E home- room, Jean Tobias, Jolm Angstadt, Franklin Good, Ray Rothenbergerz fourth row: Francis Pizzutelli. Eleanor Kutz, Grace Baer, Fern Snyder, Mary DiTullo, Adina Paei, Mary Lynch, June Hassler, Esther Il , J ' ' ' ' " uey, amquehne Mengel, fifth ron. Roberta Kramer, Eleanor Keller, Betty Hartman, Betty Fry, Ruth Gardner, secretary-treasurer of 9D homeroom, Marian Faller, Margarite Heffner. Lorraine Yeager, Jenny Ludwig, Emma Turner: sixth row: Donald Rissmiller Roy Lantz, Armond Maland R' I' d . , , ra, lclar Jacoby, William DelCallo, Clifford Weidner, secretary-treasurer of 9E homeroom Robert Frick Rob crt Ileitzenrater, George Summons: seventh row: William Staver, Paul Shultz, vice-president 'of 9E homeroom, Ralph Brown, Earl Fenstermaeher, William Sheehan, John Dussinger, Frederick Eisen- brown, Jackson Kulp, Ray Shipe, president of 9D homeroom, Jolm Grube. 8A homeroom, left to right, first row: Barbara Schmehl, Anna Adams, Mary Ann Hunter, Ruth Trexler. Kathleen Haines, Harrv Schaeffer: second row' lanice Nenroth secretarv lanet Ceise Carol Kl' , . . . , , , , . 1 . , yn ine. Vivian Miller, Alma Meitzler, Carolyn Helms, Marijane Paff: third row: Donald Rami. Ralph Schlegel D 1 1 v . . . Y ' ' ' onald Bei ker, treasurer. Hans Althouse, Barry Seidel, chaplain, Ralph Selsler, Omar Greene: standing' Miss Alta Horton, homeroom teacher, Marilyn Reinert, Patricia Nagle, Ilelen Reisner, Jean George Elizabeth Folk, Thomas Rauenzahn, Raymond Reber, Miles Hoover, Ronald Updegrave. Henry Gass, vice-president, A b ' ' ' ' ' ' ' " ' ' ' ' 1 u re Guler, George 0XOHf6ldCF, Donald RltL, Janitor, Elvin Heist, attendance ofhcer Charles Eisenbrown, president, Ray Cramer. EA-V.---V V .. 8B homeroom, left to right, first row: Dorothy Beck, Herbert Himmelberger, Doris Linderman, Betty Redcay: second row: Marian Davis, Doris Kantner, Fern Manwiller, Gloria Rothenberger, vice- president: third row: Ralph Althouse, Beatrice Rahn, Charmaine Moyer, secretary, Herbert Saltzman: fourth row: Anthony Distasio, Clifford Weidner, Irma Leibold, Clarence Aulenbaeh: standing: Mrs. Donald L. Fetterman, homeroom teacher. Robert Dunkle, Ralph Gassert, president, Carl Steele, Walter Witman, Melvin Oyler, Bernard Kinsey, Royden Seyler, treasurer, Jane Shipe, Marian Dellicker, Grace Larkin, Rita Fish, Audrey Blatt, Margaret Seyler. 1 w L fffufdiahi '43 -1 ii 5 as il 1 ,M al 81' homeroom, left to right, first row: Jean Buchter, Peter Wolfe, secretary, Dorothy Slonaker, John Rolland: second row: Rose Weaver, Clarence Rothermel, Bonita Moyer, Arthur Dojan, vice-president, Mary Vvaltersz third row: Jeanette Hicks, John Weaver, Betty Miller, Ralph Haines, Betty Schmeck. Robert Dclp: fourth row: Quentin R. Keath, homeroom teacher, Lloyd Youndt, Jeanne Richardson. Walter Bickcl, Marjorie Weyandt: fifth row: Doris Evans, Jolm Hartman. Mary Heffner, Norman Kauffman, treasurer, Ida Geisler, Howard Dunkle: sixth row: William Miller, president, Roy Sehmeck, Carolyn Gring, Robert Rothermel, Doris Wurst. XD homeroom, left to right, first row: Eugene Artz, Jacqueline Cole. Esther Fleisher, Doris Bricker. Alice lloover, Joan Boyer, Rose Marie Adams, Donald VVolfe, Richard McKently: second row: James B. Shaner, jr.. homeroom teacher, Paul Teeklenburg, Eva Snyder, Betty Klemmer, Shirley Bosold, president, Jane liassler, Mary Louise Baer, class leader, Marilyn VVcrtz, treasurer. Edna Krantz, Edith Seidel, Gloria Guldin: third row: John Spayd, William Seidel. class leader, Robert Slonaker, Carl Kaylor, Kermit Seyler, William Adam, secretary, William Sturdivant, Denton Strausser, Richard Starke, Richard llg. 5'Ul ui Wu 8? V Fifty-fl Y il 1 8E homeroom, left to right, first row: Richard Webb, Charles Yerger: second row: Jane Schoener, Westlcy Boyer, Madeline Trumbore, Martin Weaver, boys' elass leader: third row: Earl Weidner, Amelia Guidotti, John Fox, Vivian Biehl: fourth row: Jeanne Merkel, Donald Swavely, Laura Balsamini, Robert Schaeffer: fifth row: Theodore Feltenberger, vice-president, Anna Frey, Allen llassler, Ruth Yoder: standing: Mrs. M. Catherine Wertz, homeroom teacher, Ruth Stoudt, Doris Wagner, president, Pearl Fick, Ilerman Trate, Jack Rothenberger, Betty Gieringer, Fayne Graeff, Virginia Blessing, Mary Cowley. 7A homeroom, left to right, first row: Sally Young, Richard Heim, president, Theodor Liss. treasurer, Esther Radermacher: second row: Melvin Weaver, Nancy Kearney, David Moyer, Doris Sehlegel: third row: John Schaeffer, Mary Kroyer, vice-president, Walter Muehlmann, Marjorie Slagle: f'ourth row: Dawn llefTner, Evelyn Spahr, Dolores Parker, secretary, Doris Sterner: standing: Mrs. Hazel Ramsay, homeroom teacher, Robert Bradley, Lee Heffner, Charles Noll, James Roland, Ezio DeSantis, Robert llcffley, Gerald SehefTey, Jean Frederick, Jean Carr, Grace Ulle, Marjorie Nagle, Patricia Sweitzer, Janice Anderson, Evelyn Letham, Florence Pfautz, Sally Riley, Theodore Rapp, Richard Boyer, Law- rence Althouse. iii!! iffy-three -- '43 li L' E' EJ 351 'uf . ' nil il Nw Q 5 1 Ji. - 70 homeroom fCupt1on zlppvzxrs on next page-B 7B-ll homcrooms fCz1pti-m appears on next pzxgvb . 1 11 luufrllafu 43 mm-fm 717 ll0ml'l'00m. left to right. first row: David Kline, Jean Gruber: second row: Ruth Kantner, Ernest Jacoby, Doris Angstadt, Ronald Stauffer: third l'0XV! Stella Clinton, George Hill, Joyce Noll, Robert Krause, Carl Held, treasurer: fourth row: Norman Borner, Joan Newpher, Mary Hottenstein, vice- prcsident, Paul Bernhart, Fern Zimmerman, Robert Moyer, secretary: standing: Joseph Buda, Gerald Deglcr, Donald Dahms, George Ilasker, president, Corrine Heim, Dolores Nagle, Jean Young, Grace Tomaszewski, Charles Hinkle, Alan Armstrong, Betty Ohlinger, Doris Berkemeyer, Miss Miriam E. Moyer, homeroom teacher, Herbert Johnson. 7B-D homerooms, left to right, first row: James Mease, Richard Gerhart, Robert Walley, John Burkey. Joseph Ferro, Albert Beadle, Barrie Moll, Russell Kessler: second row: Miss Mabel E. lleinz, 7B home- room teacher, Eleanor Faller, Mary Kiehl, Gloria Wolfe, 7D secretary, Dorothy Deck, Betty Bissey. Ruth Fleisher, Rita Iloover, Edith Kemery, Joyce Bossert, 7B treasurer, Dolores Neider, Mrs. Lillie K. Rimby, 7D homeroom teacher: third row: Janet Reed, Marian Smith, Jane Brunner, 7D president. Carolyn Moses, Doris Weisser, 7B president, Marilyn Tobias, Ruth Rahn, Mary Jane Titlow, Jeanette Moyer, Shirley Verret, Jean Hinkle: fourth row: Mary Spayd, Mabel Sehittler, Fern Delp, Kathleen Gchris. Mary Burdan, Beatrice Rubright, Mary Hasker, Anna Canto, Ruth Larkin, 7B secretary, Ger- hardt Klemm, Milton Shade: fifth row: Ray Bortz, Kenneth Reiehart, David Hill, Arthur Hartzell, Melvin Witman, Charles Owens, 7B vice-president, Donald Walters, Donald Reinert, 7D treasurer, William Showers, Jolm Newpher, Jack Early: standing: Earl Snyder, Charles Gambler, Gerald Haus, Weston Elliott, Richard Klee, Grant Bertolet Harold Rissmiller, 7D vice-president, Robert Haines, Mft Robert Maurer, David Batdorf, 7E homeroom, left to right, first row: Virginia Walters, President, Frederick Reed, chaplain, Virginia Yoder, vice-president, Henry Koller: second row: William Shirk, Dolores Huntsberger, Herbert Zet- tlemoyer, Jack Slonaker: third row: Paul Griffith, secretary, William VVeand, Charles Prutzman: fourth row: Sandina Balsamini, Frances Frick, Robert Kline, Betty Eddinger: standing: Donald Jacoby, Wayne Geisinger, Robert Fulmer, William Weber, Irene Meyers, Anna Mae Davis, Mildred Buser, Mary Jane Gordon, Pearl Trate, Shirley Hiller, William Bowman, Neal Nyce, William Heffner, Spurgeon Gassert, Marjorie Marbarger, Kenneth Shearer. s 1 11-file' '43 im 4 ' ' -- Eli gg -N . Actdol Highlights of School Year September 9-School opens with an enrollment of 930, a decrease of 60. October 30-Sadie Hawkins Dance, open to senior high students, takes place with music furnished by the Penn VVheelmen Music Masters. November 2-Mixed Chorus, under the direction of Miss Alta H. Horton, broadcasts for one-half hour over station VVEEU. The program featured a skit depicting music of the present war period. Time for starting school is changed to 9:00 a. m. instead of 8:30 a. m. in order to eliminate the necessity of pupils, living a greater distance from the school, having to come to school in darkness. November 3-Eleven senior members of the Observer staff and Luther B. Mearig, faculty adviser of the Muhlenberg Ob.s-erzver, attend the Pennsylvania School Press Association District Convention in Central Catholic High School, Allentown. November 6 and 7-Skits and stunts by junior and senior homerooms are featured in the assemblies. November 12-Education Week and Open House program features the play, "Cavalcade of Freedom." School War Stamp and Bond sales goal is set at 3ii6,000. November 19 and 20-Schools close at 2:4-5 p. m. for tire registration. Muhlenlzrfrg Observer wins a first place award for the twelfth consecutive year in the annual Pennsylvania School Press Association contest. December ll and 12-Erma Larkin, Mary Jane Gehris, Otto Voit, Donald Francis, 12Ag Joseph Ilg, 12B and Jack Haas, 12C, represent Muhlenberg in the Eastern District Band at Northampton High School. December 23-Christmas vacation begins. Hi-Y sponsors Christmas Dance with Harvey Marburger and his New Yorkers furnishing the music. January 4--Christmas vacation ends. January 20 to 241-Mary Jane Gehris and Otto Voit, l2A, reprcscnt Muhlen- berg in the All-State Band at Farrell, Pa. January 29 and 30-Senior class presents the comedy, "Kempy." February 2-Six hundred Muhlenberg students witness a matinee performance of the Passion Play given in Reading. Volunteer contributions for service flag are collected. February 18-Panel discussion with VVilson and Shillington teams takes place in assembly. March ll-Mixed Chorus presents two-act operetta, "Tulip Time," under the direction of Miss Alta H. Horton. March 26-Twelve seniors and five members of the eleventh grade are inducted into the Muhlenberg Chapter of the National Honor Society. The guest is Rev. Imre Kovacs, pastor of the First Reformed Church, Phoenixville. April 8 and 9-Dedication of a service plaque and service flag, honoring Muhlenberg graduates and undergraduates, takes place in junior and senior assem- blies. April l6vJunior class presents the three-act comedy, "Adam and Eva," under the direction of Miss E. M. Willits. April 26-Muhlenberg Observer wins All-American Honor Rating for four- teenth consecutive year. May 7-Girl Reserves sponsor an informal dance in the high school gymnasium. Music is provided by Harvey Marburger's orchestra. May 21-A semi-formal senior prom takes place in the high school gymnasium with the music furnished by the Royal Manhatters. June 4--Junior class sponsors prom in high school gymnasium. June 6-Baccalaureate services, in charge of Faith Congregational Evangelical Church, Temple, are conducted in the high school auditorium. June 10 and ll-Commencement program, "Song of America," is presented in the high school auditorium. June 17-Doors of Muhlenberg close. 43 Fifty-si 0 5 jo e S-XQASA, 3 AY X 5 1 I 4 QF --l' A. Q fa., 3? 4 M . Wi-F-5 I I' Q' I YQ! 1 " y AETIVITIES Mixed Chorus Operetta, left to right, lirst row: Mary Jane Kearney, Gloria Moyer, Jeanette Gernert. Jane Rishell, Josephine DeSantis, Doris Heist, Betty Lantz, Marjorie Hippie, Betty Fritz, Robert llasehert, llarold Anderson, George Eisenbrown, William Miller, Robert Reed, Frank Pegg, Robert Owens: second row: Jean Berg, Betty Weaver, Annette Hartzell, Marjorie Huntsberger, Ruth Jones, Emilie Becker, Julia Wolfe, Carolyn Trexler, Hazel Trexler, Donald Neider, Jack Manwiller, Donald Miller, Paul Gehrig, Lawrence Spatz: third row, Bruce Kurzweg, Henry Cole, William Irwin: fourth row: Nancy Rauenzahn, Frances Kochel, Doris Kaylor, Yolanda Meitzner, Betty Fielitz, Mary Rieser, Barbara Arnold, Dorothy Brown, Grace Jones, Bernice Reed, Miller Ulle, Richard Berkemeyer. Howard Reed, Charles Glick, Harold Kremser, Jack Haas: fifth row: Betty Geisler, Betty Searfoss, Jane Hohl. Ruth Blatt, Nita Boyer, Erma Larkin, Marian Gerberieh, Elizabeth Spohn, Gloria Kulikowski. Hazel Moyer, Jeanne Hartranft, Richard Brunner, Peter Sardo, Denton Scheirer, Roy Yerger, LeRoy Rose, Ralph Boyer: sixth row, Jeanne Mervine, Helen Bailey, Mildred Krause, June Harvey, Betty Rothermel, Mary Hollinger, Marian Shearer, Lucia Meitzner, Julia Hassler, Estella Sprout, Robert Sawyer, Calvin Biehl, Frank Luerssen, Robert Loehrig, Robert Jacoby, Sterling Heim, Robert Beames- derfer: seventh row: Miss Alta H. Horton, direetress, Gerald Brunner, Mary Jane Gehris, Harry Manwiller, Morris Knouse, Claire llg, Rose Shipe, Otto Voit, Bruce Sheipe. Senior High School Orchestra, left to right, first row: Nita Boyer, Frank Luerssen, Dorothy Deeds, I-Irma Larkin, Marian Gerberieh, Roy Yerger, William Sturdivant, Jack Haas: second row: Julia Hassler, Tll00Cl0l' Liss. Mary Ellen Walters. Otto V0ll, Richard Burkey, Allen Hassler, Robert Reed. Robert l-Uvllrig, Brlllfl' KIIFZWCE. William Miller, Henry Gass, Harold Kremser. Betty Rothermel, Mary Jane Gehris: standing: Donald Neider, Richard Burkey, Eileen Paul, Donald Francis, Betty Fritz, Robert J. MeGarry, conductor. '-"'- ' '43 'W' Fifr!,-.'1 l.T g qlz Senior High School Band, left to right, first row: Erma Larkin, Mary Jane G0hI'iS- R0yC0 Ney, Marian Gerberich, Roy Yerger, Robert Reed, Robert Loehrig, Bruce Kurzweg, William Miller: second row: Dorothy Deeds, Richard Burkey, George Eisenbrown, Robert Heffley, Jack Haas, William Sturdivant, Carolyn Helms, Homer Dorminey, Betty Rothermel, Otto Voit, Norman Kaufiman, Walter Winter: third row: Allen Hassler, Bernardo Penturelli, Ruth Larkin, Catharine Deeds, Jeanne Hartranl't, Clarence Rothermel, Henry Gass, Harold Kremser, Henry Cole, Lawrence Beyer, Ralph Greenawald, Robert Rothermel, Joan Clarke: fourth row: Donald Neider, John Burkey, Paul Weller, Hazel Moyer, Eileen Paul, Donald Francis, Joseph Ilg, Robert J. McGarry, director. Girl Reserves, left to right, tirst row: Doris Heist, Nancy Rauenzahn, Nancy Griflith, Marjorie Hipple, June Bricker, Isabel Miller, Yolanda Meitzner, junior treasurer, Lucia Meitzner, president, Eva Saba- tueci, secretary, Nita Boyer, senior treasurer, Jane Hohl, program chairman, Dorothy Auchenbach, Betty Searfoss, Elizabeth Spohn: second row: Jane Witman, Dorothy Deeds, Ruth Jones, Dorothy Schubert, Jane Rentschler, Betty Fielitz, Marjorie Huntsberger, Betty Geisler, Julia Hassler, Estella Sprout, Louise Harrison, Mary Jane Gehris, Catherine Bissey, Anna Mae Seidel, Gloria Kulikowski, Elizabeth Weber, Miss Frances A. M. Rahn, sponsor: third row: Louise Steinrock, Dorothy Fehr, Elaine Schoonover, Eleanor Schoonover, Anna Kurtyka, Emilie Becker, Doris Herman, Jane Hinkle, Grace Evans, Ethel Saltzman, Jean Drechsel, Myrle Zimmerman, Grace Jones, Mildred Conner, Betty Stein- fllftil. Dorothy BFOWII, D0r0thy Kutz, Betty Lantz: fourth row: June Harvey, vice-president, Claire llg, Helen Bailey, Kathryn Kline, Jean Hartranft, Clarice Young, Jane Luerssen, Pauline Staver, Arlene Svhmffvk. Betty M2Ild0!'b20h, Jane Fry, -'alle RiShell, Mary Hollinger, Betty Rothermel, Julia Lenzi, Bernice Reed: fifth row: Ruth Snyder, Betty McNeal, Rose Shipe, Marian Shearer, Margaret Vueste, Catharine Bard, Marian Sassaman, Fern Naftzinger, Dorothy Dunkle, Betty Wegman, Mildred Krause, Ruth Blau, Mary Ri6S0l'. Ruth Biiner, Eileen Paul. Ardelle Deist, Elsie Moll, Mary Himmelreich, Jane Spangler. Nw Observer Staff, left to right, first row: Isabel Miller, Carolyn Trexler, editor, Dorothy Brown, Nancy Grillithl second row: Betty Geisler, Barbara Arnold, .lane Luerssen, Jane Hinkle. Eva Sabatucci: thiril row: Marjorie Ilipple, Lucia Meitzner, Clarice Young, Eileen Paul, .lane Rentsehlcr: fourth row: Kath- ryn Kline, Anna Kurtyka, llelen Bailey, Jeanne Ilartranft, Gerald Brunner: liifth row: Bruce Kurzwefr. listella Sprout. Gloria Kulikowski, Elizabeth Spohn: standing: Luther B. Mearig, faeultyadviscr,ll1u'ry G. Gerberieh, faculty advertising manager, Kermit H. Sehmehl, faculty circulation manager. l'l Us F W as Ili-Y Club, left to right. first row: VVilliam I. Reed, sponsor, Robert Jacoby, treasurer, XVesley Seitz- inger, vice-president, William Miller, president, John Fehr, secretary. Bruee Kurzwefr. ehanlain, Kich- ard Brunner: second row: Denton Scheirer, James VVitman, Marvin Ebersole, Raymond Greth, Morris Knouse, Charles Glick, William Fowler, Robert Sawyer, Gerald Brunner: third row: Elwood Rapp, Albert lleinrich. Edward Webb, Warren Gernert, George Boeshore. Marvin Weaver. Calvin Biehl, .lack llaas. Otto Voit, Robert Owens. 19 H - Muuzozd '43 -- Debating Team, left to right, seated: Clariee Young, Jane Hinkle, Richard Pentz, Jane Luerssen, Celia Konczewski: standing: Clinton D. Getz, coach, LeRoy Rose. Cheerleaders, left to right, kneeling: Marian Shearer, Elsie Moll, Doris Ileist. Clariee Young: rear row: Violet Brenner, Ronald Kiehl, Gloria Bittle, Arlene Gasser. in s l- it t 553' . .'z:zA at V111-ww ........i, '43 E13 '-'-l' II at , L L1 in if . P Ilall Patrol. left to right, first row: Bruce Sheipe, Donald Rothenberger, Donald Long, Gerald Eisenhower, John Fehr, Clifford llevalow, llarry Manwiller, Raymond Keller, LeRoy Rose, Robert Evans, basement floor captain: second row: Wesley Seitzinger, Raymond Greth, Frank Newcomb, Marvin Ebersole, Frank l'c-gg, Robert Hill, Robert Carr, Harold Anderson, Richard Derr, first floor captain: third row: Clinton ll. Getz, faculty adviser, Blaine Trate, Robert Owens, George Boeshore, Thomas Clarke, RohertJacohy. Francis Gracff, Paul Gchrig, Harold Kremser, Donald Shunk, captain of hall patrol, Robert Bcames- rlerfcr, second floor captain: fourth row: E. Brainerd Reinert, faculty adviser. William Dubbs, Howard Recd, George Eiscnbrown, Bruce Kurzweg, Roy Yerger, Otto Voit, Joseph Ilg, Raymond Spohn. Linwood Kramer, Kermit ll. Schmehl, faculty adviser. "Adam and Eva." junior class play, left to right, seated: Roy Adams, Gerald Brunner, Elaine Schoon- ovcr, Jane Luerssen, Leo DeSantis: standing: Jane Witman, Ronald Kiehl, Clarice Young, Peter Sardo, Rohert Owens. 3Ull il '43 il- Sixty-two Stage Crew, left to right, first row: Robert Becker, W. Barton Johnson, former faculty stage manager, Frank Pegg, llarold Wvilliams, Ray Shine: second row: Russell Dietrich. Arthur Weller, Richard Derr. student manager, Thomas Clarke, William Staver. Harry Manwiller, Edward Webb. National Ilonor Society, left to right, seated: Nita Boyer, Celia Konczewksi, Anna Kurtyka, .lane Lucrssen, .lane llinkle, Marian Gerberich, Elizabeth Weber, Carolyn Trexler, Betty Geisler, Jane Hohll second row: Lucia Meitzner, Thomas Clarke, Louis Canto, Morris Knouse, Ruth Blatt, Mary Rieser, Rev. lmre Kovacs, guest speaker, Bruce Kurzweg, Clinton D. Getz, faculty committee chairman, Eva Sabatucci: third row: William Miller, Richard Derr, Edward Hartman, Grant Stetzler. - u1,zz.,f,wf.a- lxtu H1141 y rl-ll 1 fl , 1 , 4 in "3 , sv 4-I as Q A -HP: -V . Whip, Q il 8 Q . , .. 'li 1 I ing: . .D , 5' El " I . 'Uv , . i ., , Muhltohi Staff, left to right, first row: Erma Larkin, Dorothy Brown, Grace Jones, Carolyn Trexler, Betty Geisler, Gloria Kulikowski, Elizabeth Spohn, Lucia Meitzner, Jane Spangler, Gladys Manwiller: second row: Ruth Blatt, Julia Hassler, Marjorie Hipple, Dorothy Schubert, Clarice Young, Isabel Miller, Jane Luerssen, Jane Hinkle, Mary Rieser, June Bricker, Jeanne Mervine: third row: Mildred Krause, Doris Kaylor. Nancy Griffith, Jane Rentschler, Eva Sabatucci, Barbara Arnold, Ardelle Deist, Elsie Moll, Celia Konczcwski, Kathryn Kline, Nita Boyer: fourth row: K. H. Schmehl, faculty circula- tion manager, Jeanne Hartranft, Kermit Jones, Charles Strausser, Jack Haas, Bruce Kurzweg, Morris Knouse, Albert Heinrich, William Dubbs, Helen Bailey, L. B. Mearig, faculty adviser. 1943 Muhltohi Staff Betty Geisler Make-up Editor Carolyn Trexler . Copy Editor Bruce Kurzweg . Assignment Editor Elizabeth Spohn, Gloria Kulikowski Head Typists Grace Jones , ,, ,, ,. . Circulation Manager STAFF ASSISTANTS Barbara Arnold, Helen Bailey, Ruth Blatt, Nita Boyer, June Bricker, Dorothy Brown, Louis Canto, Robert Carr, Ardelle Deist, William Dubbs, Nancy Griffith, Jack Haas, Jeanne Hartranft, Julia Hassler, Albert Heinrich, Jane Hinklc, Marjorie Hippie, Janc Hohl, Joseph Ilg, Kermit Jones, Ruth Jones, Doris Kaylor, Kathryn Kline, Morris Knouse, Celia Konczewski, Mildred Krause, Anna Kurtyka, Erma Larkin, Jane Luerssen, Gladys Manwiller, Lucia Meitzner, Jeanne Mervine, Donald Miller, Isabel Miller, Elsie Moll, Eileen Paul, Jane Rentschler, Mary Rieser, Mary Ann Rothenbcrger, Eva Sabatucci, Dorothy Schubert, Anna Mae Seidel, Donald Shunk, Estella Sprout. Charles Strausser, Roy Yerger, Clarice Young. K. H. Schmehl . , , ,. .. . .Faculty Circulation Manager L. B. Mearig . .. . . . Faculty Adviser Slim l- E' W - Mama '43 - 45 , ,f f E W1-f:'5-"?"5h"f-.. 'FQ gk, if 'gf ff gf 'x ff '5 ,. -, Y' ,, N ,1"fg1 .K , x ' -,cg-5. U 'V ' SP lil RTS Wit S Varsity Basketball Team, left to right, first row: George Eisenhrown. assistant student manager. Arland Brenner, Wesley Seitzinger, William Miller, Russell Sterncr, Leonard Moll, Heinz Nestler. assistant student manager: second row: Sterling Heim, student manager, Charles E. Buekworth, eoaeh. llomer Carley, Milford Gruenert, Richard Reeser, Richard Thomas, Royce Ney, Francis Graefl, assistant student manager, Robert D. Shine, jr., assistant eoaeh. at l Swimming Team, left to right: Russell Lcinbaeh. coach, Albert Heinrich, Otto Voit, Carl Rectz, Donald Miller, Harry Manwiller, student manager. Heinz Nestler, .lames W'itman, tVilliam Sparr. Slrwdezllsune Q A "l-, ufxlfofzi '43 sm-Sf.f . ...JAI x 5 1 N ... R ,M D .. 1 Baseball Team, left to right, first row: Donald Good. Raymond Keller, Bernardo Penturelli, William Ferro. Earl Auchenhach. Leonard Moll Homer Carlcv: second row' Cerald Koll L I ' ' , . . 1 er, eo leSantis, Arland Brenner, Elwood Oxenreider, Louis Canto. Irvin Endy, Clement Pizzutelli, Russell Sterner' tl ' d .. , ' . i 1 - . . ' ' ' nr ron. Lloyd L. th mins, co-soach, Robert Hill, senior manager, R. D. SlllD0, co-coach, Donald Rothenhergrer, Donald Moll, assistant manager, VVilliam Moll. 'O Track Team, left to right, first row: Earl Fenstermacher Hein? Yestler Farl Auchenbach Rimh rd ,, , . ,, , , , , ' 11 llartman, Arland Brenner, Homer Dorminey, John Angstadt: second row: Roy Adams. William Spies, Ralph Evans, Paul Shultz, Richard Thomas, Louis Canto, Ralph Brown, George Holland, WValter lvinterz third row: C. E. Buckworth. coach, Harry Gerhart, Paul Gehrig, Roy Rothenhergcr, Carl Reetz, Ralph Greenawald, Robert Weyandt. George Boeshore, Ronald Kiehl, Wesley Scitzinger. ll i X ' rty-sci-cn ' ,43 " 'f' L' u...1 I QA Girls Athletic Association, left to right, first row: Marjorie Nagle, Grace Ullc, June Sterncr, Mary Jane Shunk, sophomore manager and secretary-treasurer, Eva Sabatucci, president, Elsie Moll, vice-pres- idcnt, Eleanor Faller, Virginia Yoder, Mary Kroyer, Nancy Kearney: Second row: Barbara Arnold, senior manager, Rose Shipe, Jane Rentsehler, Hazel Trexler, Josephine DeSantis. Grace Larkin, Miss Anna R. Slifer, faculty adviser, Irma Leihold, Doris Wurst, Carolyn Helms, Ruth Snyder, Doris Heist: third row: Fern Manwiller, Mary Himmelreich, Betty Steinfurth, Eileen Paul, Erma Larkin, Evelyn Spahr, Dolores Parker, Patricia Sweitzer. Janice Anderson, Marian Faller, Joyce Carley: fourth row: Dorothy Kutz, Grace Jones, Bernice Reed, Mildred Krause, Yolanda Meitzner, junior manager, Ger- aldine Deisher, sophomore manager, Dorothy Fehr, junior manager, Gloria Bittle. Mildred Marburger. Doris llaus. l94Q-43 Muhlenberg Sports Resume Pouch if lf. linclxworth organized 'iunior :ind senior liigli school hoys into inim- niurul soccer leagues. Nlichigun Stale l'!lllilll'1'ii the senior title. while SMX won the ninlh grade league. Sli. the eighth grade :ind Tlf.. the seventh grade. l"r:incis Gr:ieH'. lll'. was crowned the singles clunnpion ol' the Nluhl rucltei wielders hy 1l1'i1'1lilllg' Dick lirunner llli . . Nliss A. li. Slifer. girls' gym instruclrcss. organized :1 girls' swiunning eluh :ind :i senior girls' howling tc:nn. - Niuhl varsity cugers finished the fcnlrzil llivision league season in third place with six wins :ind six losses. Royce Ney. llll. led the Blue :ind Gold scoring with 122 points in I2 gnines. liluc und Gold swinnncrs. under li. S. l,einlu:ieh. finished third in the llerks interscholastic swinnning league. Nluhlenherg trncknien finished second in the .Xlhright :ind Shillington classics :ind first in the lVest Reading ineet. 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