Muhlenberg High School - Muhltohi Yearbook (Laureldale, PA)
- Class of 1947
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Text from Pages 1 - 102 of the 1947 volume:
MUHLTOHI ISLJ-,IELQH EY
Muhlenberg TOWHS11iP Scluoo
To the American High School--a
vital force in the building of the
peace to which welmust dedicate
our efforts if all men are to enjoy
freezlom from racial anrl religious
prejudices without fear of political
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EHRL H. BOYER CHHRLES I-1. TROUT
LLOYD M. SCHHEFFER HRTHUR C. MELICK
DHNIEL G. ROTHERME1. CHHRLES 'S. CRUMBLING
ELVIN H. HDHMS CHESTER M. FIES IOSEPH W. SEYFERT
1941-1947 1941-1947 1941-1947
FIRST ROW. left to right: Melick, Trout, Schaeffer, Pies.
SECOND ROW: Boyer. Hdams, Seyiert. Crumbling, Roihermel.
Cl-IHRLES S, CRUMBLING KERMIT H. SCHMEHL
!jSuperinte11dent J ' Principal
143. yfln Ed., Hlbright o ege Ph.B.. Muhlenberg College
fawym l ' 't M.S. in Ed.. University ol
'H' V' Pennsylvania
EVEI.YNfM. BECKER MYRON F. BOYER
Home Economics Science
B.S.. Hlbright College B.S. in Ed., Kutztown State
HENRY M. BRBDER ELLH M. BRESLER
B.S.. Muhlenberg College B.S., Hlbright College
IHMES R. BROKENSHIRE CHHRLES E. BUCKWORTH
Mathematics Physical Education ,
B.S.. Franklin and Marshall B.S. in Ed.. East Stroudsburg State
College Teachers College f
LLOYD L. CLElVIENS IEHN 9. CURLFY
Physical Education, Health Ellgllsh, Latin
B.S., albrigm College H-B-A HlbfighfC0l1ege
IDB L. EBLING' EMMH P. EPLHR
Home Economics Physical Education
B.S., Pennsylvania Statel College B.S. in Ed.. Temple University
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FLOYD HHRRY G. GERBERICH
' Latin, German Mathematics
H-B-1 Bucknell U!1iVe1'SilY B.S. in Ed., Lebanon Valley
LEONORH S. GUTHRIE ESTELLB E. HHRRIS
B.S. in Ed., Susquehanna H.B., Wilson College
IOHN E. HHRRIS . HENRY F. HOFFMAN, IR.
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Teachers College Teachers College
LeROY K. LHUCK FRRNK I. MCHLOOSE
Social Science, journalism Commercial
H.B., Muhlenberg College B. S. in Ed.. Bloomsburg Stale
M.H., Columbia University Teachers College
FLORENCE E. MESSNEH ROBERT H- MORRIS
English, Spanish Mathematics
H.B.. Pennsylvania State College SLB.. GettYSbl1fg Cflllege
MIRIHM E. MOYER FRHNCES B. M. RHHN
English Guidance' Counselor
B.S. in Ed., Kutztown State H.B., Hood College
Teachers College Ed.M., Harvard University
HHZEL H. RHMSHY E. BRBINERD REINERT
H.B., Blbright College B.S. in Ed., Kutztown State
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STELLH M. ROTH SHRH R. ROTHERMEL
H.B., Pennsylvania State College I-LB., Mt. Holyoke College
ESTELLE I. RUPP
B.S., Kutztown State Teachers
IHMES B. SHHNER, IR.
Williamson Trade School
RICHHRD B. SHERKER
B.S. in Ed., Millersville State
ROBERT D. SHIPE. lH.
B.S., Hlbright College
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M.S. in Ed., University of
EDITH E. STHUDT M. CHTHERINE WERTZ
History Civics, History
H.B., Ursinus College B.S. in Ed., Lebanon Valley
M.H.. Columbia University College
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B.S. in Ed., Bucknell University
M.S.. University of Michigan
lVl. HNNETTB. KHUFFMHN
B.S. in Music Ed., Pennsylvania
ESTHER M. WILLITS
B.S., West Chester State Teachers
M.H., Duke University
GRHCE L. GOOD
Washington Sanitarium and
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HHRRY G. GENSEMER
ETHEL I. SHHNER
Secretary to Principal
Wyomissing High School
IUNE F. KURZWEG
Secretary to Superintendent
Muhlenberg Township High
CLHRH K. OXENREIDER
Inter-State Commercial College
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HNNH, HDI-1M Hcademic
Hnyc: . . . full of vim. vigor, and vitality . . . always smiling . . .
senior G.H.H. manager . . . usually selling something' . . . ardent
sports fan . . . Blue Horizon Club treasurer . . . enjoys eating . . .
works at "Sam" Reeser's Restaurant . . . plans to increase the en-
rollment at Reading Business Institute. '
Horizon Club ll. Treas. 12: G.H.B. Mgr. 10. 11, 12:
ROSE RDBMS Commercial
Rosie . . . small . . . cute . . . lively member of senior class . . . al-
ways giggling at somebody's jokes . . . favorite pastime is reading
. spare time occupied with .ushering at Embassy after school and
weekends . . . takes a "bus-man's holiday"-goes to the movies.
Mixed Chorus 11: Y-Teens 11.
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Hans . . . short . . . well-rounded . . . jovial journalist . . . centers
his efforts on the sports page of the Observer . . . returned to Muhl-
enberg after a three-year sojourn at Reading High . '. . portrayed
leadingxrole of "Iohnny" in the senior class play . . . draws a sal-
ary from Hndrew's Drug Store . . . always speaks his mind.
Observer 12: Senior Play: Muhltohi.
EUGENE HRTZ Industrial
Gene . . . of minimum stature . . . platinum-haired . . . spic, and
span . . . unassuming . . . quiet but diligent student . . . well-de-
veloped sernse of humor . . . accomplished acrobat . . . member of
'tumbling team . . . adept at mechanical drawing.
Cheerleading 10: Tumbling Team 10. 11. 12.
Marylouise . . . friendly . . . serious-minded . . . wittyl . . . faithful
follower of swing bands on the radio . . . ardent movie lan . . .
handy with a needle: and thread . . . chewing gum cracker . . .
loves food . . . hobby-baking . . . expects to work at the Hutomatic
Y-Teens 11, 12.
Supsy . . . humorous . . . ideal friend . . . supplies the 12-1 home-
room with Brownies at noon . . . fakes a Dutch accent . . . active
member of Blue! Horizon Club . . . spare time spent playing piano
and records . . . usually heard saying "Hubba" . . . works at Tem-
ple State Bank on Saturdays.
Mixed Chorus 10, 11. 12: Horizon Club 11, 12: Muhl-
tohi: Iunior Play.
HRLENE BBIR Commercial
Hrlene . . . happy medium between quiet and noisy . . . always
laughing . . . enjoys "cutting a rug" . . . spare time activity-ern
larging her wardrobe . . . swoons over name-bands which she hears
in person at every opportunity . . . hopes to become a bank em-
Y-Teens 11: Muhltohi.
DONHLD BECKER Hcademic
Butch . . . tall and slim . . . enjoys typing . . . warbles while bath-
ing . . . love for sports demonstrated by position as varsity guard
. . . prize German scholar . . . favorite pastime is sleeping . . .
can wusually be found at Hyde Park drug store . . . expects to study
business administration at Hlbright College.
Mixed Chorus 10: Hall Patrol 12: Honor Society 12:
Basketball 12: Muhltohi.
RUTH BEHM Commercial
Ruth . . . rosy cheeks . . . jolly and good natured . . . pleasant
smile for everyone . . . favorite hobby is driving a car . . . enjoys
concerts and symphonies immensely . . . pet expression. "Oh,
Crow!" . . . likes to stroll the halls at lunch time . . . loves to type
. . . aims to become a typist in someone's office.
WHLTER BICKEL Industrial
Walter . . . air of quiet authority . . . pilots Hi-Y . . . dependable
. . . efficient . . . gentleman and scholar . . . "Pepsodent" smile
. . . soft-spokern . . . popular . . . sterling friend . . not given to
discussing himself . . air-minded . . . hopes to make a career of
Mixed Chorus 10. 11. 12: Hi-Y 11. Pres. 12: Highway ax
Patrol' 10, 11: Traffic Court 12: Honor Society ll. 12:
Tumbling Team 10. 11. 12: Class V. Pres. 12. 21'
HUDREY BLHTT Commercial
Healthy . . . a personality plus . . . cute dimples . . . friendly smile
. . . neatly curled hair . . . always blushes when asked to talk be-
fore an audience . . . booster of all sports . . . likes to trip the light
fantastic . . . will answer the call of the commercial world.
Y-Teens ll. 12: Muhltohi.
SHIRLEY BOSOLD Commercial
Shirley . . . brown-eyed and blonde. too! . . . has a rosy outlook
on life . . . chatter-box . . . kept Y-Teens well nourished during
nippy autumn weather . . . constant movie goer . . . her presence
is evidenced by the sound of cracking gum . . . always present to
see Muhls win . . . will become full-fledged beautician.
Y-Teens ll. 12: Swimming Club 10. Wi y
Herb . . . meek . . . bashful . . . one of our "out-ol-town" students
. . . being quiet in classes doesn't mean that he doesn't enjoy con-
versing . . . fishing tan . . . doesn't care for curious people . . . a
ready smile for everyone . . . he expects to become a "nephew" of
Ioyce . . . pleasant . . . laughs at her own jokes . . . tramps the
halls with pal, Ruth . . . often seen in"peanu't gallery" . . . covers
a lot ot territory hiking . . . enjoys seeing a good game ol football
or basketball . . . relishes Italian sandwiches . . . iuture saleslady.
Muhltohi: Y-Teens 12.
DORIS BRICKER Home Economics
Doris . . . small . . . the outdoor type . . . favorite pastimes are
dancing and eating . . . spends endless hours on the telephone
talking to lack . . . can be found almost every Sunday in "Smutcl1-
dykef Valley" . . . always "spinning platters" on her phonograph
. . . plans to work in a local firm.
IEHN BUCHTER Commercial
Boxer . . . light brown, naturally curly hair . . . another Embassy
usherette . . . likes to be on decorating committees lor school dances
. . . loves to paint . . . designs dresses . . . always late for school
. . . one oi the third linger, left hand girls . . . a certain "ensign"
occupies her time. -
Y-Teens 11, 12: Muhltohi.
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MHRIE CHNONICO Commercial
Nina . . . lanky . . . pleasant . . . sweert personality' . . . her quiet
manner is ,somewhat deceiving . . . witty . . . newcomer from Coal-
dale . . . athletically inclined . . . allergic to her "darling" brothers
. . . carries "Rogues" gallery in her wallet . . . would like to be-
come an elementary teacher.
Y-Teens 12: Muhltohi.
MHRY COWLEY Commercial
Mary . . . 'energetic . . . active in all sports . . . preders baseball
. . . amateur photographer . . . hobbies are dancing and art . . .
one of the full-time art students . . . works in the flora and iauna
department of a local "five and ten" . . . aspires to become a sec-
Y-Teens ll. 12.
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Pieshdie . . . red hair . . . silent, ashf 1 type . . . allergic to sill
girls . . . soda ierker at: Boyer's . cooperative and
efficient in his ,undertakings . . . specialty
-wallet pictures lor the Sex 1e's
Baseball 10. ll. l'2: Muhltohi.
MHRIHN DHVIS Flcademic
Marria . . . shorty . . . avid reader . . . collects records of classical
and popular music . . . attracted 'by the out-of-doors . . . often
drives her father's car . . . typing is her favorite subject . . . usually
seen with Doris and Betty . . . wants to become a"woman in white"
at the Reading Hospital after graduation.
Horizon Club ll. 12: Iunior Play: Muhltohi.
MHRIHN DELLICKER Commercial
Marian . . . sweet disposition . . . earnest . . . always courteous
and refined . . . holds her own musically, via piano . . . spends her
spare time writing letters to her friend in khaki . . . efficient typist
. . . diligent student . . . intends to secure an office position.
lV1ixed Chorus 10. 11, 12: Horizon Club 11, 12: High-
way Patrol 11: Honor Society 12: Muhltohi.
lim . . . the lithe, blond gentleman . . . always smiling . . . hidden
talent-crooning . . . has an aversion to cold weather . . . baseball
star, first magnitude . . . plays center position on basketball court
. . . midnight snacker . . . conscientious student . . . intends to pur-
sue an engineering course at Duke.
Mixed Chorus 10. 11, 12: Hall Patrol 12: Highway
Patrol 10, ll: Honor Society 11, V. Pres. 12: Basket-
ball 1l, 12: Football. Mgr. 11. 12: Baseball 10. ll.
SHIRLEY DeLONG Hcqdemic
Shirley . . . "Miles" are never iar away for her . . . spends spare
time at Sachs . . . delights in going driving . . . cheerful and con-
tented . . . dotes on dancing, especially modern dancing . . . dis-
plays a friendly spirit . . . plans to enter the nursing profession via
the Reading Hospital.
BETTY DRESH Commercial
Shorty . . . proverbial blue-eyed. blonde-haired miss . . . thrilled
by a certain somebody . . . soda ierker at a local dairy . . . drools
at the thought of ice cream . . . Mr. Harris' attendance officer . . .
one-half of a rug-cutting and polka team . .A . one of our home-
makers of the near future.
ROBERT DUNKLE Commercial
Bob . . . well-groomed hair . . . short, chubby, and jovial . . . plays
on the Temple Fire Hall softball teazri . . . rates hunting and ice
skating as tops . . . pet peeve is oral composition . . . lacks a fond-
ness for school with the exception of art class . . . plans to become
CHHRLES EISENBROWN academic
Skip . . . one of the more jovial members of the class-a jokew for
every occasion . . . attends local affairs in Dad's Buick . . . respon-
sible for Miss Horton's paddle-only fact which can be held against
him . . . Hlbright College will be graced by his presence in the
Mixed Chorus 10. ll, 12: County Chorus 12: Senior
PEHRL ESCHBHCH Commercial
Eschie . . . Blandonite . . . pint-sized senior . . . talkative . . . friendly
. . . enjoys telling jokes . . . "cutest laugh you ever did hear" . . .
unassuming . . . livens 'up a party . . . likes to strum on her guitar
. . . one-man girl . . . efficiency plus in the kitchen.
Y-Teens 113 Muhltohi.
DORIS EVHNS Commercial
Evansie . . . always laughing . . . faithful rooter at all games . . .
collects data on local squads and school . . . bakes delicious choc-
olate cakes . . . can often be seen at the movies-Guy and Van
are her ideals . . . typing, her favorite subject . . . will be some-
Y-Teens ll. 12: Muhltohi.
Iust Rita . . . cheerful companion . . . avocation-oil painting . . .
ivory tickler . . . efficient and dependable commercial student . . .
eager at all times to help . . . possesses a keen sense of humor
. . . perfect attendance at all games . . . alter graduation is ioining
the marc of secretaries. ,
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. Betty . . . ready smile . . . dark. curly hair . . . songster . . . favorite
expression. "Oh, heavens" . . . talented pianist . . . hearty laugh
Hlex . . . not the worrying type . . . exceedingly quiet-at times
. . . witty . . . student of art and history . . . swimming fan . . .
faithful 'decorator for dances . . . delights in teasing the fairer, sex
about mice . . . pet peeve-washi g b ackboards. OU
. . . adores brunettes . . 4 relishes limburger . . . dabbles in oils
. . . after graduation:-a portrait tinter in a photography studio.
Mixed Chorus 10. ll. 12: County Chorus 11, l'2:
District Chorus 11, 12: Y-Teens ll, 12: Iunior Play:
IOHN FOX General
Foxy . . . nickname no index to his character . . . seems quiet to
those who do not know him personally . . . least of his worries is
the opposite sex although he admits that he has "certain interests"
. . . building and flying model airplanes is favorite diversion . . .
aspires to "draft" his way to success.
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Ralph . . unassuming . . . deli rate . .
. . . committee chairman of the Hi-Y .
tennis any time . . . former IayVee football and 'basketball player
. . . attends night school to leam bookkeeping . . . his ambition-
Certified Public Hccountant.
Mixed Chorus 12: Hi-Y 10. ll. 12: Hall Patrol 127
Highway Patrol 10.
man of the Blue Horizon Club . . . zealous basketball fan . . . enjoys
swimming immensely . . . can usually' be found "munching" . . .
struggled through first-year German .
donning a nurse's cap after graduation.
Mixed Chorus 12: Horizon Club ll. 12: G.H.H. 10,
11, 12: Muhltohi.
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Henry . . . genial . . . dependable . . . mixed chorus soloist and
accompanist . . . able trombone tooter . . . captained his class in
junior and senior years . . . versatile . . . music for local school
dances provided by his own swing band . . . excellent scholar
plans to attend Ithaca College to further his musical education
Orchestra 12: Band 10. 11, 12: District Band 11, 12:
State Band 12:Co1unty Band 10, 11. 12: Mixed
Chorus 10. ll. 12: County Chorus 12: District Chorus
f 11. 12: State Chorus 11, 12: Debating 11, 12: Honor
Society ll. Pres. 12: Senior Play: Track 10, ll. 12:
County Orchestra 1'2: District Orchestra 12: Class
Pres. 11. 12.
. quick to voice his opinion
. . enioys a good game of
IHNET GEISE Hcademic
Ian . . . long. wavy hair . . . full of fun . . . admirer of the "Mummy
singer" . . . pet peeve-chemistry class . . . spends all her spare
4 time with her "Hlbrightonian" . . . another amateur artist . . . latest
ifad-collecting Swiss musical powder boxes . . . future ambition
is to write a "Best Seller."
Y-Teens ll: Observer ll: Muhltohi.
. . outdoor girl . . . set on
IEHN GEORGE Commercial
Iewan . . . Y-Teen president . . . excels in commercial studies . . .
talkative and affable . . . treasurer of class in iunior year . . . cer-
tain blond football player her specialty . . . oyster stew her favorite
food . . . unbelievable that she enioys being alone . . . will attend
Mixed Chorus 10. ll: Y-Teens ll. Pres. 12: Class '
9 R Hcademic
H4 re . u ' us . . . rofessor of senior class . . . appreciates
everyt g fr m Ba oogie . . . constant cause of comedy . . .
a t ose glas sl . . fond of flashy ties . . . frantic but efficient
ofreader for server . . . plans to attend Ursinus College.
Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 12: County Chorus 11, 12: Dis-
trict Chorus 1Z: Debating' ll: Honor Society 12: Ob-
server 1l. 12: Iunior Play: Mluhltohi.
FHYNE GRHEFF Commercial
Sooky . . . quite fortunate in having naturally curly hair . . . pleas-
ant and sociable . . . follower of sports . . . can usually be found
in Hyde Park . . . helpful . . . pet expression-"Oh, Goody Good"
. . . does wonders with a needle and thread . . . future ambition-
to loaf as long as possible.
Y-Teens 11, 12: Highway Patrol 11: Muhltohi.
OMHR GREENE Hcademic
Skip . . . tennis and golf fan . . . excellent chemistry student . . .
one of the "station-wagon" set . . . passes iludgment on delinquents
for traffic court . . . took part in the senior class play . . . his pecu-
3 liar laugh can be heard above all others . . . prospective pre-med
t at Lehigh.
Mixed Chorus 12: County Chorus 12: Debating
Pres. 1'2: Traffic Court 12: Honor Society 12: Senior
lay: Tumbling Team 10: Muhltohi: Tennis 12.
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CHROLYN GRING Commercial
Carolyn . . . quiet but friendly . . . ambitious . . . waitress at Pome-
roy's Tea Room . . . keen on Italian sandwiches . . . always seen
with a certain "Red" head . . . covets a red cocker spaniel . . . pet
peeve-nosey people . . . enjoys reading "best sellers" . . . luture
Y-Teens ll, 12: Muhltohi.
HMELIH GUIDOTTI Commercial
' Mea . . . cute . . . devotes time to roller skating and' dancing . . .
never misses school fioke. sonj . . . noted for her imitation oi a
baby . . . has a friendly smile lor everyone . . . displayed ability
' as a comedienne in both iunior and senior class plays . . . seriously
co.nsidering attending hair-dressing school.
Y-Teens 11, 12: Senior Play: Iunior Play: Swimming
Debating 12: Y-Teens 12: Muhltohi.
DONHLD GRETH Industrial
Guench . . . happy-go-lucky fellow . . . friendly to everyone . . .
impish smile . . . has a keen eye tor the opposite sex . . . usually
see.n chaulfeuring a gang ol students to school in a red truck . . .
laithtul basketball rooter . . . homework hater . . . aspires to be a
ELIZHBETH GUENTHER Commercial
Elizabeth . . . usually seen but not heard . . . friendly . . . finds
pleasure in bicycle riding . . . likes pushing a pencil in bookkeep-
ing . . . always whizzing through the halls . . . frequently chats
about the opposite sex . . . future student ol Rider Business College.
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Gloria . . . infectious smile . . . a fun loving miss . . . coins novel
expressions . . . applauds a witticism . . . smacks her lips at the
thought of sundaes . . . inveterate movie goer . . . sports enthusiast
. . . always roaming the halls . . . would like to obtain a job in a
Y-Teens 12: G.H.B. 12: Muhltohi.
Kathy . . . versatility is her inborn trait . . . winning personality
. . . a loyal ticket salesgirl and energetic booster . . . loves dogs.
horses. and Gregory . . . artistic and musically-minded . . . hiking
and ice skating enthusiast . . . secretary of Y-Teens . . . future
Mixed Chorus 10. 11. 12: Y-Teens Ir. Treas. ll, Sec.
12: Honor Society ll, 12: Highway Patrol 11: Iunior
ROSEMHRIE GUTIERREZ Hcademic
Rosie . . . one seni-or who fully comprehends chemistry . . . excel-
lent scholar . . . heaps oi fun . . . iuliillment of teachers' ideal stu-
dent . . . dexterous in hand cralts . . . animal lover . . . keeps friends
in stitches . . . academy award artist . . . will major in art at Kutz-
town State Teachers College.
Mixed Chorus ll, 12: Debating 11. Sec. 12: Y-Teens
12: Honor Society 11, 12: Track 11. 12: Muhltohi.
BEVERLY HHRTMHN Commercial
Bev . . . happy-go-lucky . . . always in high spirits . . . energetic
and remarkable basketball guard . . . secretary oi 12-2 homeroom
. . . popular miss. with school spirit galore . . . seems quiet when
in the classroom . . . hopes to "punch" her way to success as some-
Y-Teens 11. 12: Track 10. ll. 12: G.H.B. 10, 11. 12:
Honor Team ll. 12: Muhltohi.
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IOHN HHRTMHN Industrial
Iohn . . . curly hair . . . crooked smile. . . . resembles Van Heilin
. . . energetic . . . hunting enthusiast, especially "dear" hunting
. . . addicted to driving . . . connoisseur oi chewing gum . . . rel-
ishes ice cream . . . after being graduated, will probably aid in
Mixed Chorus 12: Highway Patrol 11: Muhltohi.
HLLEN HHSSLER Hcudemic
Woody . . . lanky . . . congenial . . . continually asking for "Benny"
. . . helped give name to "Wolves Den" . . . member of county and
district bands . . . fabulous stock oi witticisms . . . versatile clari-
netist . . . goes completely berserk over smooth music . . . "ardent"
Boy Scout . . . will enter Wyomissing Polytech.
Orchestra 10, 12: Band 10. 11. 12: District Ba W
County Band 12: Mixed Chorus 10. 11. 7 nty
Chorus 12: Hi-Y 11, 12. rx! V aj
HHRD HEFFNER Commercial
Dick . . . very placid nature . . . a boy without a worry . . . ambled
serenely through school . . . advocates less homework . . . has an
aversion, to girls in general . . . quiet as a shadow . . . outdoor
basketball fiend . . . revels in the 3520 'bell . . . movie ian . . . par-
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ELVIN HEIST I-lcademic
Fat . . . witty . . . a devotee of the wide open spaces . . . delights
in telling everyone ab-out his "hound," Webster . . . admires come-
dians . . . heckles homeroom teachers . . . his dream is to spend
several years in the wilds of Canada with a gun in one hand and
a iishing rod in the other. I
Mixed Chorus 10. 11, 12: Hi-Y 10, 11, 12: Hall Pa-
CHROLYN HELMS Hcademic
Carrie . . . busy as a beet . . . secretary ol the class in her iunior
cmd senior years . . . toots a sax in the senior band . . . enthusiastic
about all sports . . . says she'll be an old maid??? . . . hates moving
. . . loves to eat . . . headline editor of "Observer" . . . finds pleas-
ure in camping . . . next stop alter graduation-business school.
Orchestra 12: Band 10, ll. 12: Mixed Chorus IU, ll.
12: County Chorus ll: District Chorus ll. 12: Hor-
izon Club. Pres. ll, 12: Honor Society ll, Sec. 12:
Observer ll, 12: Track ll. 12: G.R.H. 10, ll, Pres.
12: Muhltohi: Class Sec. ll. 12: Honor Team 10.
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IOHN HERBEIN 01 X Commercial
Iohnny . . . quielt . . . acme ol good nature . . . likes to eat and
sleep in class-anything but study . . . always ready to give his
opinion on any subiect . . . quite a' sports fan . . . usually with
"the gang" from Temple . . . served capalbly on the business staff
of the yearbook.
MILES HOOVER Hcademic
Miles . . . blond. good-looking . . . quick-tempered . . . mad chemist
. . . particularly interested in "De Long" part of the class . . . has
a knack lor disturbing Miss Floyd's trend oi thought . . . will enroll
at Drexel to study engineering.
Mixed Chorus 10, ll. 12: Hi-Y 10. ll. 12: Swimming
Team 10. ll.
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Mary Bnn . . . gay and giddy . . . owns and operates "Mervin the
Monstrosityn . . . quite uninhibited and unpredictable . . . ardent
V admirer of Bob Mitchum . . . favorite expression. "I'm not proud"
. . . planning to spend next two years at Southern Seminary.
1 Y-Teens ll: Observer 12.
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, Richard . . . a lackadaisical person . . . his ideal, "no work, but
all pay" . . . would shorten the length of periods . . . the tuba player
in the band . . . tricky . . . another bunny chaser . . . dotes on ice
cream . . . spare time spent experimenting with model airplanes.
Orchestra 10. l2: District Orchestra 12: Band 10, 11,
12: District Band 12: County Band 12: Mixed Chorus
ROGER ICELOW Industrial
Roger . . . jovial . . . ladies' man . . . visits a junior miss frequently
. . . drives Dad's Chrysler . . . interested in raising pure-bred scot-
ties . . . frequent customer oi Keystone Dairy . . . basketball ian
. . . wants to work for Piper Hircrait Company.
DORIS KHNTNER Commercial
Suppie . . . usually quiet? . . . cheerful to have around . . . whiz
at sh-orthand . . . doesn't miss any school activities . . . baby sit-
ting, writing letters, and running around occupy her spare moments
. . . likes to indulge in any sport . . . served as secretary to Mr.
Starr and Mrs. Wertz.
GLORIH KHTZENMOYER Commercial
Gloria . . . "junior-sized senior" . . . blonde . . . lively . . - charm-
ing personality . . . favorite pursuit-dancing with her special
"Chick" . . . handy with a needle and thread . . . constant movie
goer . . . heading ior a secretarial position after graduation.
NORMHN KHUFFMHN Hcademic
Son . . . good-natured . . . jovial . . . friendly . . . permanent
be of "M.T.H.S. Wolves Den" . . . member of Gass' band
. . . w zes around in a black "Chevy" coupe . . . knack tor story
telling . . . rates swing music as the best . . . interested in all sports
activities . . . will maior in Business Hdministration.
Orchestra 12: Band 10, 11. 12: District Band 12:
County Band 12: Mixed Chorus 10. 11. 12: County
Chorus 10, 11. 12: District Chorus 11. 12: State
Chorus ll: Hi-Y 10, ll, Treas. 12: Senior Play: Dis-
trict Orchestra 12.
BETTY KLEMMER Commercial
Peachy . . . slender . . . calm. cool, and collected . . . hails from
Temple . . . often seen with "Red" . . . "puts in time" at Food Fair
. . . regular spectator at basketball games . . . friendly to everyone
. . . after graduation. would like to secure a secretarial position.
Y-Teens ll: Muhltohi.
CHROLYNE KLINE Hcademic
Carolyne . . . petite . . . witty . . . immaculate attire . . . toe ol
"sub" sandwiches . . . literary critic . . . appreciates a sense of
humor . . . speedy typist . . . secretary of Horizon Club . . . enjoys
painting and playing the piano . . . hates washing dishes . . . fu-
ture "woman in white."
Mixed Chorus 11. 12: Horizon Club 11. Sec. 12.
EDNH KRHNTZ Commercial
Edna . . . -one of the few silent seniors . . . pleasant personality
. . . disproves theory that red-heads are quick-tempered . . . wears
a smile--but always! . . . blushes easily . . . tireless listener to
hill-billy music . . . pals around with lriend Beatrice . . . aims to
be someone's private secretary. I
IUNE KREIDER Commercial
Iune . . . calm . . . appreciates a good movie . . . enjoys roller skat-
ing and bicycling . . . conscientious reader . . . detests classical
music . . . adores a' smooth orchestra . . . has weakness for candy
and ice cream . . . favorite class-typing . . . desires to be a ste-
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Frank . . . short. jovial. well built . . . concentrates on mechanical X
drawing . . . usually seen in Miss 'Messner's room at noon . . . cen-
ters his sport ellorts on track and to-otball . . . iaithful attender at '
hoe-downs . . . alter receiving 'his diploma. aspires to enter Wyo-
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Mixed chorus 12: Football 11, 12. Muhnohi: Tum- :,,
bling Team 10. 11. 12. '
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Iean . . . petite . . . chestnut-haired lass . . . quiet . . . friendly
. . . 'usually seen at lunch time with the "B1andon Gang" . . . de-
pendable . . . cooperative . . . is employed in an oilice at Fleetwood
alter school and Saturdays . . . diversions-dancing and bowling
. . . future hair-dresser.
Y-Teens 11: Observer 12: Muhltohi.
DONHLD LHRGE Industrial
Donald . . . black. wavy hair . . . excels in mathematics a.nd me-
chanical drawing . . . diversified hobbies-mostly mechanical . . .
picks up "pin" money in a bowling alley . . . haunts Ridgeway
Hvenue . . . likes no special food-ivust large quantities ol it . . .
"Slug" will wear navy blue for tour years immediately after grad-
Hi-Y ll. 12: Hall Patrol 12: Football 11. 12: Muhltohi. W
EDWHRD LHRGE Bcademic
Eddie . . . a newcomer in tenth grade, . . . "take it easy" guy' . . .
loves to argue . . . neat dresser . . . admires pegged pants . . .
patronizes the Riverside goll course . . . "Butch" took part in both
junior and senior class plays . . . who knows, he may become an
Senior Play: Iunior Play: Muhltohi.
GRI-ICE LHRKIN Home Economics
Gracie . . . light green eyes and dark hair . . . dependable guard
on the girls' basketball team . . . drools over Perry Como's singing
. . . at present she makes nsundaes on Mondays" and the rest of
the days in the week. . . . her third finger, left hand is occupied
by a diamond . . . planning to become- a housewife.
Horizon Club 11: G.H.H. 12: Muhltohi.
mMa LEIBOLD Commercial
Irma . . . doesn't say much . . . oral repons send shivers UP her
naturall curl hair smart seamstress never an
spine... y y -:-
unkind word for anyone . . . athletically inclined, especially toward
basketball . . . has a secret passion lmalel . . . favors secretarial
Y-Teens 11, 12: Muhltohi.
DORIS LINDERMHN Commercial
Doris . . . one ol the shorter set . . . resides in Hyde Park . . . steers
away irom redheads . . . relishes hotdogs . . . indulges in exten-
sive correspondence . . . uses her extra energy skating and danc-
ing . . . plans to become a hair-dresser-finally operating her own
Horizon Club ll, 12: Drill Team ll. 12: Muhltohi.
RICHHRD MCKENTLY General
Mac . . . lively, careiree personality . . . advocate oi crew haircuts
. . . prefers blondes . . . enjoys sports more than studies . . . shows
an unusual knack for making his presence known . . . holds re-
serve post on the varsity basketball squad . . . delights in pestering
people . . . future ambition-to enlist in the Navy.
HLMH. MEITZLER Hcademic
Hlma . . . cute . . . active . . . smile lor everyone . . . busy with
Observer editions . . . devotes her thoughts to alcertain "one a.nd
only" . . . can devour sea tood platters "quick as a tlash" . . .
news gatherer for M.T.H.S. broadcasts . . . interested in personnel
I-'ERN MRNWILLER Commercial
Stinky . . . the friendly type . . . giggles, gags. and a merry man-
ner . . . cute dimple.s . . . gives a helping hand . . . corresponds
with our foreign neighbors . . . shines brightly on the athletic field
. . . has "Large" interests . . . her goal-being a secretary.
Y-Teens 11. 12: G.B.H. 10, ll. 12: Honor Team 127
Hi-Y 10. 11. 12: Hall Patrol 12: Iunior Play: Basket-
ball 12: Football 11. 12: Baseball. Mgr. 10. 11. 12:
Tumbling Team 10: Tennis 12.
MHR GBRET MCWHDE Hcademic
Peggy . . . etlervescent . . . argues politics . . . movie-mad . . . ac-
complished organist . . . sports sterling silver jewelry . . . member
of every available chorus . . . literary-minded . . . a bom actress
. . . director ot Y-Teen chorus . . . prefers sport clothes . . . future
alma mater-Wilson College.
Orchestra 12: Band 10. 11. 12: Mixed Chorus 10, 11.
12: County Chorus 11, 12: District Chorus 11. 12:
State Chorus ll: Y-Teens 11, 12: Honor Society 12:
Senior Play: Iunior Play: Special Chorus ll. 12:
Mixed Chorus 10. ll, 12: Y-Teens, Program Chair-
man, 11, 12: Observer 1l.'l2: G.H.H. 10: Muhltohi.
Betts . . . iolly . . . blushes easily . . . rolls on the rink . . . "The
Big Sleep" . . . delivers dinners at Frank Reeser's . . . future opera
star . . . loves red loafers . . . her playground is the Poconos . . .
seldom misses a movie . . . our future Chili Williams.
Mixed Chorus 10: Horizon Club 12: Muhltohi.
Billy . . . the all around athlete . . . height proves that good things
come in small packages . . . likes to drive that "Olds" . . . whiz
on the basketball ,court . . . continually says "Ding, ding, ding"
. . . may be found strolling the halls with his "gang" . . . wants
to go S-outh . . . object-professional baseball.
Hi-Y 10, ll: Hall Patrol 12: Basketball 10. ll. 12:
Football 12: Baseball 10. ll. 12.
VIVIHN MILLER. Commercial
Vivi . . . pleasant smile . . . easy-going lass . . . skating and danc-
ing her favorite diversions . . . advocates world fellowship by cor-
responding with pupils of foreign countries . . . keen on baking
. . . claims she could live on tea . . . partial to music, both classical
Mixed Chorus 10. 11, l2: Y-Teens ll. 12: Muhltohi.
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BONITB. MOYER 'J 1' '- academic
Bonnie . . . hails from Schuylkill River district . . . "Oh gads"-
favorite expression . . . hobby is collecting antiques . . . always
followed by some handsome character . . . has a yen for jellybread
. . . loves to experiment with H202 . . . wishes to attend McCann's
Y-Teens ll. 12: Muhltohi.
CHHRMHINE MOYER Hcademic
Char . . . constant chatter . . . cheered her way to popularity . . .
.blondie of senior class . . . noted for her acting ability . . . very
good at impersonating Betty Hutton . . . another one of our strug-
gling art students . . . in the future. plans to become a nurse.
Mixed Chorus 10. 12: Y-Teens 11. 12: Senior Play:
Iunior Play: Cheerlead,-ing 10. 11 12: Track 10:
uhltohi: Swimming Club 10.
Moody over with mischief . . . spends spare time at
"live . . . revels in telling iokes . . . dislikes work in any
form . . . characterized by her lack of cosmetics and curls . . . con-
siders ieans and plaid shirts the ultimate in fashion . . . likes the
exits at M.T.H.S. better than the entrances.
Y-Teens 11. 12.
PHTHICII-1. NHGLE Hcademic
Patsy . . . willowy, green-eyed brownette . . . smiles readily . . .
happily disposed . . . often found in company of many other seniors
frantically studying ,chemistry . . . frequents local soda emporium
. . . loves walking . . . Mr. White's special agent . . . cooperative
. . should make an excellent nurse.
Mixed Chorus 10. 11. 12: District Chorus ll: Y-Teens
11. 12: Muhltohi: Bowling 11. 12: Swimming Club 10.
IHNIGE NEUROTH Hcademic
Ianice . . . well-groomed . . . dependable . . . devours stuffed
noodles with fervor . . . crazy about her canine . . . dabbles in
flower arrangement as an, avocation . . . blue enchants her . . .
one of the few careful drivers . . . avid sports ian . . . will be a lady
Mixed Chorus 10. ll. 12: County Chorus 12: Y-Teens
11. Treas. 12: Traffic Court 12: Honor Society 12:
Observer 11. 12: Muhltohi.
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GEORGE OXENREIDER Hcademic
Mort . . . friend to everyone . . . good,-natured . . . one of the more
iovial members of the class . . . rnember of sernior quartet . . . car-
ries a torch for football and pretty blondes . . . secretary of Hi-Y
. . . detests doing homework . . . after graduation-morticians'
Mixed Chorus 10, ll. 12: Hi-Y 10. ll. Sec. 12: Hall
Patrol 12: Football ll, 12: Baseball ll, 12: Track 12.
HENRY PFHUTZ 7' Commercial
Henry . . . small . . . the silent type . . . shy . . . artistically inclined
. . . enthusiastic rooter at all sports events . . . often seen riding
around Laureldale on his bicycle . . . movie minded . . . favorite
pastime CPD cutting stencils . . . may enlist in the Hrmy after grad-
MHRIIHNE PHFF Commercial
Ianie . . . quiet and demure . . . Winsome smile . . . usually found
under a pile of hooks . . . scoots around in Dad's Chevie . . . mu-
sically minded . . . accomplished 'organist and mixed chorus soloist
. . . always appreciates a good joke . . . a true friend . . . hopes 'to
make a career of music.
Mixed Chorus 10. ll, 12: Y-Teens 11. 12: Highway
Patrol ll: Photography Club 12: Bo ling ll. 12:
IHNET PRITCHHRD Commercial
Pritch . . . lively . . . small, but oh what noise . . . ever-dependable
J c e eader . . . vacillating . . . took part in junior and senior class
, a s , . . neatly curled hair . . . clever with needle and thread
opes to 'become a medical secretary.
Y-Teens 11. 12: Senior Play: lunior Play: Cheerlead-
ing ll. 12: Muhltohi.
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Beaty . . . dimples . . . often singing . . . slings cokes at Hndrew's
Drug Store . . . likes to laugh . . . has a passion for orange juice . . .
writes to a certain fellow in the Hir Force . . . dreams of a Buick
convertible coupe . . . intends to make tap dancing her career.
DONALD RHPP K Q .N Hcudemic
Rapp . . e ' n . lalkative . . . nature lover . . .
nspir y th 1 DQ . . es to be alone??? . . . one of the
" cowba s" . 'clever debater . . . a combination of
lead s ' and i ness . . . speaks his mind: . . . his future
ambiti is to forestry at Penn State.
Mixed Chorus 10. 11. 12: County Chorus 12: District
Chorus'11, 12: Debating ll. 12: Hi-Y 11, V. Pres. 12:
Honor Society 12: Observer 11, 12: Senior Play:
Track 10, 11, '12: Muhltohi: Tennis 12.
Tom . . . basketball polisher and manager . . . one of the brainier
and more studious class members . . . from his height. looks down
on most people . . . expert pretzel-twister and salesman . . . wishes
to enter college 'under Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps pro-
gram., ' . A V
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Highway Patrol ll: Honor Society 11. Treas. 12:
Senior Play: Basketball Mgr. 11, 12. Y
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RHYMOND REBER Hcddemic
Reber . . . sturdy blond . . . quiet??? . . . never in a hurry . . . barely
lives through math class . . .passionate German student . . . passes
the noon period wandering through the halls . . . confines his ath-
letic efforts to the baseball field . . . truck loader at Bachman's
Pretzel factory. 5. 2
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MHRILYN REINERT Hcademic
Marilyn . . . stately . . . attractive . . . smart wardrobe . . . fully
initiated driver . . . foreign iood fiend . . . current film hero, Guy
Madison . . . troubled with frozen feet while ice skating . . . would
rather swim than eat . . . crazy about cats . . . intends to major
in foreign languages at I-llbright.
Mixed Chorus 10, 11. 12: Y-Teens 11, 12: Traffic
Court 12: Honor Society 12: Observer 11, 12: Senior
Play: Iunior Play: Muhltohi: Brchery 11. 12: Swim-
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HELEN REISNER Hcademic
Helen . . . bubbling over . . . large, blue eyes . . . corresponds
extensively . . . dabbles in paint . . ..dashes madly through halls
with Y-Teen notices . . . considers German and problems of democ-
racy her favorite classes . . . riotous perso.nality . . . plans to ma-
triculate at the University of Pennsylvania upon graduation.
Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 12: Debating 11: Y-Teens 11,
12: Honor Society 12: Iunior Play: Muhltohi.
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RICHHRD RENTSCHLER Hcademic
Mortimer . . . unusually quiet . . . sincerity one ol his virtues . . .
takes a lot of teasing from other class members . . . originally from
Bemville . . . quite bashful . . . glamour boy of Bachman's Pretzel
Factory, where he earns money from "crooked dough" . . . aspires
to work at "Textile" after graduation.
IEHNNE RICHHRDSON Commercial
Ieannie . . . brownette . . . motto-"a smile for everyone" . . . has
many pen pals . . . gads about with Thelma and Mary . . . cross
country marathons her specialty . . . persistent reader . . . one of
those rare people-a quiet girl in class . . . wants to be someone's
Y-Teens 11, 12: Highway Patrol 11: Photography
Club 12: Bowling 11, 12: Muhltohi. '
Iunior . . . quiet blond . . . surprising wit
ing girls . . . advocate of pay raise for teachers . . . plays clarinet
skilliully in school band . . . mania tor hazelnut ice cream . . . ping-
pong champion . . . aspires to become a
Orchestra 12: Band 10, ll. 12: County Band 12.
Babe . . . always smiling . . . quiet and reserved in class . . . senior
class treasurer . . . worthy component of the tenor section in mixed
chorus . . . model train fiend . . . usually seen in Temple on Sat-
urday nights . . . intends to become a lawyer . . . will most likely
attend Hlbright College next year.
Orchestra 12: Mixed Chorus 1
Chorus 12: District Chorus 11. 12: Debating ll, 12:
Hi-Y 12: Honor Society 12: Observer ll. 12: Class
Treas. 12: Muhltohi: Tennis 12.
Cookie . . . cute . . . peppy . . . capricious . . . native ot Hyde
Park . . . always in there cheering . . . habitue ot South Temple
Pool . . . dotes on dancing . . . usually found in the "Wolves Den"
. . . pet expression, "You aren.'t kidding" . . . hopes to become an
some oliice iorce.
Mixed Chorus 10. 11. 12: Y-Teens 11, 12: Observer
12: Cheerleading 10, ll. 12: Swimming 11, 12:
. . . penchant for torment-
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Q Switty . . . dry humor . . . intent gaze . . . entertains both teachers
and pupils . . . comet caroler . . . angelic expression plus cherubic
countenance equals mischiei . . .controversial type . . . active in
his church's young people's organization . . . "Herman" hopes to
Orchestra 12: Band 10. 11, 12: Senior Play.
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BHRBHRH SCHMEHL fb ,fl KW Hca
Babs and Bee Bee . . . dark
figures . . . sells tickets for almost anytihing . . ably carries
out responsibilities . . . reserved in opinions . . . fond of musical
comedies . . . excellent alto . . . ambition-to soothe someone's
fevered brow or to transcribe Gregg.
Mixed Chorus 10. ll. 12: County Chorus 11. 12:
Y-Teens ll, 12: Highway Patrol 11: Honor Society
IOHN SCHOENNHGEL Hcademic
Iohn . . . silent type . . . art student . . . carves artistically at Gehris'
Butcher Shop . . . interested in girls . . . hidden talent-basketball
. . . another "crew-cutter" . . . patron of "Y" dances . . . big game
hunter of Berks County . . . will don bell bottoms of Uncle Sam's
Swimming Team ll.
BHRRY SEIDEL Hcademic
Skip . . . witty . . . easy going . . . light wavy hair and blue eyes
his blue motor-scooter and in Dad's car . . . Haverford College will
probably claim him after graduation . . . wants to become an arch-
enough to make any girl look twice . . . "scoots" around on
Mixed Chorus 10. 11, 12: County Chorus 11: Hi-Y
11, 12: Traffic Court 12: Iunior Play: Muhltohi.
EDITH SEIDEL Commercial
Edith . . . seen but never heard . . . sweet personality . . . keen
about roller rinks . . . top ranking bowman . . . proved herself
capable in a secretarial position . . . eams money at Loose's print-
ing office . . . plans to operate a switchboard at Bell Telephone.
Y-Teens ll, 12: Hrchery ll, l2: Muhltohi.
RHLPH SEISLER Hcademic
Buddy . . . shy and cute . . . medium-sized . . . hates noise . . .
A would much rather 'build airplanes than look at girls-his heart's
in aviation . . . appears gluedi to his seat during homeroom while
he pursues his hobby . . . a prospect for Wyomissing Polytech.
KERMIT SEYLER Commercial
Kerm . . . iolly . . . black, wavy hair . . . good-natured . . . quiet
. . . enjoys fishing and hunting and "cow-boying" in "Pop's iitney"
. . . inclined to be bashiul except around his iavorite "Bonnie" . . .
alter graduation intends to work at Beryllium.
ROYDEN SEYLER academic
Syll . . . characterized by his red truck . . . dotes on table tennis
I . . . asset to school sports . . . iavorite pastime-admiring pretty
girls . . . prizes his horse, Pedro . . . a railroader on the miniature
scale . . . crusader lor Chrysler . . . hopes to become- a member
oi the legal profession.
Basketball 10. 11, 12: Football ll. 12: Baseball 10.
12: Soccer 10: Class V. Pres. ll.
IHNE SHIPE Commercial
lane . . . pleasant . . . handy with a needle and thread . . . deathly
airaid ol snakes . . . fond ol reading and corresponding . . . be-
lieves in laughing rather than crying . . . commonly uses expres-
sion, "Oh. Crow" . . . prefers being a lront-seat driver . . . aspires
to become a capable "stenog."
Y-Teens ll. 12: Muhltohi. f I
Dot . . . the lass with brown eyes and brown hair . . . ready, will-
ing, and able . . . always smiling . . . hails from Mohrsville . . . pet
expression, "Oh, sugar" . . . weekend diversions'-skating and danc-
ing . . . loves to cuddle up with a good book . . . aims to be a super-
A Y-Teens ll: GJ-1.I-1. 10: Muhltohi.
Sister . . . sympathetic . . . full of fun . . . loyal sports fan . . . mem-
ber of majorettes . . . may be found strolling the halls with, the
"gang" . . . takes all responsibilities seriously . . . always willing
to lend a helping hand . . . continually says "Well, say now, that
is nice" . . . shows a preference tor the nursing profession.
Mixed Chorus 10, 11, l2: Y-Teens 11, 12: Drill Team
11, 12: G.H.H. 10: Muhltohi.
ROBERT SLONHKER General
Boo . . . participating in basketball and baseball is star entertain-
ment for him . . . his theme song through the year could very easily
be "Iune in Ianuary" . . . turns thumbs down on homework . . .
would rather sleep or read the newspaper . . . plans to become
a carpenter after graduation.
Basketball 11, 12.
. . . a junior Dali . . . considers surrealism the best in art . . .
s to marry a million dollars . . . quite an optimist . . . pet peeve
chemistry . . . always hungry . . . puts in time at Pomeroy's . . .
on the art staff of the year book . . .aiming for art school after com-
pleting his secondary education.
WILLIHM STURDIVHNT Commercial
Bill . . . brown eyes . . . sports a "muzzy" . . . cheeriul . . . wolf
plus . . . hang-out is the "Wolves Den" . . . imitates Frankie daily
. . . spare time is spent "tootin' on his tooter" . . . always on the
go . . . finds girls very alluring . . .immaculately groomed . . . hopes
to become a "leatherneck" after graduation.
Orchestra 10. 12: Band 10, ll, 12: Mixed Chorus 11,
12: Hi-Y 12.
RUTH TREXLER HC11demiC
Ruthie . . . serious and modest . . . detests speeches and history
quizzes . . . ilutist . . . fondness lor math problems . . . designed
class emblem . . . exhibits talent by making oil. charcoal, and pen-
cil sketches . . . responsible lor some of the art work on these pages
. . . will study art at Kutztown.
Orchestra 12: Band 10, 11, 12: District Band 12:
County Band 10, 11, 12: Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 12:
County Chorus 11, 12: District Chorus 11, 12:
Y-Teens 11, 12: Honor Society 12: Muhltohi: Special
Chorus. il, 12: County Orchestra 12.
RONHLD UPDEGRHVE General
Uppy . . . iavorite pastime is eating . . . linds recreation in build-
ing model planes . . . likes sports, especially gymnastics . . . can
usually be found at the Keystone Dairy or with Betty . . . expects
to become a dr tsman after graduation.
M' ixed Chorus 12: Tumbling Team 10, ll, 12.
Doe Doe . . . peppy . . . loquacious . . . flashing smile . . . enthu-
siastic about horseback riding . . . blonds rate high . . . cheers
M.uhls to victory . . . "bats" on baseball . . . active in all "fem"
sports . . . jive. jumper . . . assists in father's business concern . .
luture nutritionist. .
Y-Teens ll, 12: Cheerleading 11, 12: G.H.H. 10, 11,
12: Honor Team 12: Bowling ll, 12: Muhltohi.
MHRY ELLEN WHLTERS
Mary . . . Mr. Harris is her favorite teacher . . . pesters him irom
morn till night . . . indispensable alto in Miss Horton's chorus . . .
consistently makes district chorus . . . also a member of the famed
"Muhlaires" . . . likes the ieel ot two nickels . . . would like to be-
come a cashier.
Mixed Chorus 10. 11. 12: District Chorus 11. 12:
Y-Teens 11. 12: Highway Patrol 11: Count Chorus A
Kurt . . . tanned . . . suave . . . broad shouldered . . . cosmopolitan
. . . fond ot the lair sex . . . keen on sax music . . . an asset to the
clarinet section in the school orchestra . . . iokester . . . loves a
good argument . . . spent the past summer in Switzerland . . . plans
to enlist or hopes to be a hosiery magnate.
Orchestra 12: Band 10. 11. 12: District Band 12:
County Band ll, 12: Mixed Chorus 10. 11: Hi-Y 11.
12: Football 11: Tumbling Team 12: Swimming
Team 10: Soccer 10.
RRY WEIDNER V General
Percy . . . tranquil personality . . . musically inclined . . . artistic
. . . twirls a mean baton . . . served as drum major for live years
. . . professional entertainer with his accordion . . . faithful mem-
ber of the decorating committees for the proms . . . anticipates
attending art school alter graduation.
Drum Maior 10, 11. 12: Se.nior Play: Iunior Play:
Cheerleading 10: Tumbling Team 10: Muhltohi.
PHUL WELLER Geneyql
P. G .... well acquainted with chemistry lab . . . hardy lineman
in junior year . . . draws pay' at Co-op . . . strict hall patrolman
. . . the drummer boy in our band . . . has wom a path in the halls
strolling at lu.nchtime . . . would like to join Uncle Sam's Marines!
Orchestra 10, 12: Band 10. ll. 12: District Orchestra
12: County Band 11, 12: Mixed Chorus 12: Hi-Y ll.
12: Hall Patrol 12: Highway Patrol ll: Senior Play:
Football 11. 12: Baseball 10. 11.
MHRILYN WERTZ Commercial
Marilyn . . . neat as a pin . . . easy going . . . iriendly smile . . .
ready to answer anyone's S.O.S .... serious commercial student
. . . laithlul basketball lan . . . ardent admirer of all kinds oi movies
. . . mum on her current heart-throb . . . aims to make people beau-
Y-Teens ll. 12: Muhltohi.
MHRIORIE WEYHNDT Commercial
Marge . . . public energy No. 1 . . . care-iree . . . loves to attend
all school sports events! . . . transmits shivers up and down the
spines oi classmates when she cracks her trick knee . . . spends
spare time with her Ephrata man . . . plans to do secretarial work
Mixed Chorus 10. 12: Y-Teens ll, 12.
DORIS WURST Commercial
Shorty . . . full of fun . . . pint-sized but speedy . . . participates
in all girls' sports . . . can be seen twirling a baton at games . . .
preiers basketball . . . active . . . has a finger in a good many pies
. . . hopes to develop her artistic abilities by attending an art
Y-Teens 11. 12: Drill Team 11. 12: Track 11. 12:
G.H.H. 10, ll, 12: Muhltohi: Swimming Club 117
Honor Team 12.
RUTH YODER Commercial
Ruth. . . . slim . . . brown eyes . . . dark hair . . . rarely gets a tired
feeling . . . active in sports . . . likes to visit the arena for reaso.ns
other than skating . . . can usually be seen with the "gang," Lindy
and Marian . . . reliable member oi drill team.
Horizon Club 11. 12: Drill Team ll. 12.
On September 2, 1941 , one hundred ninety-nine prospective members of the class of '47 entered the portals
of Muhlenberg Township High School for the first time. After six years of participation in sports, plays,
debates, musical productions, and many other activities, these members, now numbering one hundred twen-
ty-four, are to be graduated.
While in seventh grade, the 7-1 homeroom presented the one-act comedy, "Friday Afternoon at the Dis-
trict Schoolf' to the junior and senior assemblies.
At the close of their eighth year, the American Legion Awards were presented to Marilyn Reinert and
During the ninth year of their school career, members of the class participated in the junior high operetta,
"White Gypsy." The Senior Woman's Club awards were received by Janice Neuroth and Omar Greene.
The cast of the operetta, "ln Gay Havana," presented by the mixed chorus of 1945, included many mem-
bers of the tenth grade. Carolyn Helms and Henry Gass were awarded the Maiclencreek Hosiery Company
prizes. A swimming party followed by a doggie roast climaxed their first year in senior high.
As juniors, the class play, "The Lovely Duckling," was presented on May 16, 1 7, 1946. On May 25, in
the midst of a blue and white setting, they "tripped the light fantastic" to the strains of Harold Harring-
ton's Orchestra. Seven members of the class were inducted into the National Honor Society on March 7,
1946. They were as follows: Rosemarie Gutierrez, Kathleen Haines, Carolyn Helms, Henry Class, Wal-
ter Bickel, Arthur Dojan and Thomas Rauenzahn. Carolyn Helms and Henry Crass received the Junior
Woman's Club awards for the outstanding students of the eleventh grade.
The senior class presented the three-act comedy, "Ever Since Eve," on November 21, 22. Twelve seniors
were inducted into the National Honor Society on March 7, 1947. They were Marilyn Reinert, Janice
Neuroth, Ruth Trexler, Margaret Mcwade, Marian Dellicker, Helen Reisner, Barbara Schmehl, Omar
Greene, Raymond Schlegel, Donald Becker, Aubre Givler, and Donald Rapp. At the annual senior prom,
held on April 18, the class members danced to the music of Jimmy Carlis band. Members of the class par-
ticipated in the operetta, "A Waltz Dreamf, which was presented on April 24, 25. This year the renewal
of the senior class trips was marked by a one-day cruise up the Hudson on May 24. Baccalaureate services
were held at Alsace Reformed Church on June 1.
Our high school days were brought to an impressive close by the presentation of the commencement pageant,
"Americans All,', on June 5, 6.
Presldent. ....................... .
Secretary ., .,.,..,......,. .
Secretary ............ ,....
O FF I C E R S
Royal Blue and White
We, the Senior Class of Muhlenberg Township High School, on the street of Bellevue, in the borough of
Laureldale, in the county of Berks, in the state of Pennsylvania, in the United States of America, being
sad and discontented at the thought of leaving these beloved premises, do declare this our last will and
testament in order that posterity may enjoy the following priceless possessions:
The Senior Class wills its ability to reach a conclusion to all succeeding classes. There should be enough
to go around. -
To the student body we pass along the problem of maintaining a cleaner and more attractive building.
To the faculty members we wish to express our appreciation for their patience and fortitude.
Anna Adamas ability to speed through the halls is gladly bestowed upon Mr. White.
Rose Adams wills her love for school to Mary Shipe.
Hans Althouse submits his position as sports editor of the Observer to Richard Boyer.
Eugene Artz, Frank Kutz, and Ronald Updegrave give their tumbling ability to the future tumbling team.
Mary Louise Baer bequeaths her short walk to school to Grace Ulle.
To Grace Bechtel, Arlene Bair presents her sewing ability.
Dorothy Beck awards her regular attendance at basketball games to Frederick Fick.
Donald Becker relinquishes his ability to get along with Miss Floyd to the second year German students.
Ruth Behm willingly offers her ability to blush to June Gambler.
Walter Bickel bestows his genius for answering English multiple-choice questions upon Richard Hunsberger.
Audrey Lou Blatt gladly wills her happy-go-lucky disposition to Mr. Boyer.
Shirley Bosold gives her "studying" ability to her brother, George.
Herbert Breitigam relinquishes his bashfulness to Mary Kroyer.
Doris Bricker presents her gay jitterbugging to Thomas Greth. h
Joyce Brown bequeaths her "gaiety" to Theodor Liss.
Jean Buchter offers her huge sewing bag toanyone with an outsized locker.
Marie Canonico gladly wills her ability to do the Polish hop to'Mrs. Roth.
Mary Cowley awards her ability to dance to Fern Arnold.
Ray Cramer reluctantly relinquishes his red hair to Kenneth Parker.
Marian Davis bestows her desire to travel upon Marjorie Nagle.
Marian Dellickeris fair complexion is willingly given to Greta Wingert.
Shirley DeLong's persuasive powers go to Mr. Starr.
Arthur Dojan's prowess at baseball is presented to Alan Armstrong.
Betty Dresh wills her love to talk to anyone who is speechless when in class.
Robert Dunkle gladly gives his rosy complexion to Hilda Daughtry.
Charles Eisenbrown's "wit and wisdom" are donated to Miss Horton.
Pearl Eschbach offers her "laughing" ability to Beatrice Unger.
Doris Evans relinquishes her ability to bake delicious chocolate cake to Loraine Kaylor.
Rita Fish submits her "Rapid Calculation" to her sister, Dorothy.
Elizabeth Folk wills her love for a big, tasty jar of limburger cheese to Dolores Folk.
Alexander Foltz bestows his ability to get along with teachers upon his sister, LaRue.
John F ox presents his curly hair to Johnny Burkey.
Henry Gass gladly grants his problems as president of the senior class to his successor.
Ralph Gassert's ability to stick to one girl is offered to all fickle juniors.
Janet Geise's argumentativeness is awarded to Mr. Harris.
Ida Geisler presents her love for peanut marshmallow sundaes to all "slim sisters."
Jean George willingly bequeaths to her successor the problems of Y-Teen president.
Aubre Givler gladly gives his glasses to Grant Bertolet.
Fayne Graeff wills her naturally curly hair to Joan Yeakley.
Omar Greene's ability to remain cool, calm, and collected at all times is presented to Lee Heffner.
Donald Greth reluctantly relinquishes his ability to "fix and wreck" cars to Miss Rahn.
Carolyn Gring offers her weakness for "red heads" to Eleanor Faller.
To all the junior bookkeeping students, Elizabeth Guenther presents her great knowledge of bookkeeping.
Amelia Guidotti bequeaths her love for fixing hair to Claire Adam.
Gloria Guldin wills her ability to arise in the morning to her sister, Doris.
Rosemarie Gutierrez hopefully donates her artistic skill to anyone incapable of drawing a straight line.
Kathleen Haines' quietness is gladly offered to her brother, "Pat" A
Beverly Hartman bestows her sports ability upon her sister, Nancy.
To David F ry, John Hartman awards his ability to get along with teachers.
Allen Hassler's supernatural ability to sleep any time is willingly presented to all those who have insomnia.
Richard Heffnefs ability to keep quiet at the right time is willed to whoever can handle it.
Elvin Heist relinquishes his love for deer hunting to Ronald Blatt.
Carolyn Helms donates her ability to do many things at one time to Mabel Haas.
John Herbein wills his ability to sneak up on you without your knowing it to anyone who walks lightly.
Miles Hoover,s quick temper is submitted to Nancy Kearney.
Mary Ann Hunter happily bestows her ability to do nothing in an industrious way upon Dolores Nagle.
Roger Icelow's fellow chemistry students proudly offer his handy cigarette lighter to next year,s chemistry
Richard Ilg bequeaths his love for chemistry to David' Hill.
Doris Kantner gives her uquicknessn to her sister, Norma.
Gloria Katzenmoyefs love for shorthand is presented to Dorothy Boldt.
Norman Kauffman donates his tenor voice to William Shirk.
Betty Klemmer wills her straight hair to her brother, Norman.
Carolyne Kline offers her smile for everyone to brighten a rainy day.
Edna Krantz hopefully bequeaths her bashfulness to David Geary.
June Kreideris love of books is submitted to her brother, Robert.
Jean Labe presents her quiet disposition to Joan Newpher.
Donald Large relinquishes his limited ability to remember things to Melvin Weaver.
To Robert Bradley, Edward Large offers his way with the opposite sex.
Grace Larkin bestows her love for history upon all history lovers.
Irma Leibold willingly gives her height to George Brady.
Doris Linderman wills her love of horseback riding to Joyce Katzenmoyer.
Fern Manwiller bequeaths her ability to play basketball to all non-GAA members.
Richard McKently wills his white clod-hoppers to Doris Bright.
Margaret Mcwade relinquishes her mezzo soprano voice to Dorothea Kelchner.
Alma Meitzler joyfully bestows her frankness upon Marvin Miller.
Betty Miller grants her ability to lead in waltzing on skates to Leon King.
Vivian Miller unhappily donates her Rachmaninoff Second Concerto to Jean Hinkle.
Upon "Scoop" Clemens, the senior class bestows "Bill', Miller's good looks.
Bonita Moyer wills her gum-chewing ability to Ferne Bair.
To her sister, Barbara, Charmaine Moyer awards her cheerleading ability.
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Gloria Muthart offers her seat in detention to whoever wants it.
Patricia Nagle presents her friendliness to Gloria Wolfe.
Janice Neuroth and Marilyn Reinert relinquish their ability to get along to John L. Lewis and President
George Oxenreider wills his quarterback position to Dick Miller.
Marijane Paff's singing ability is submitted to Arlene Seidel.
Henry Pfautz offers his liveliness to Gerald Haus.
Janet Pritchard donates the wheelbarrow she used in the senior class play to those who can use it when
Beatrice Rahn relinquishes her small features to Mary Burdan.
Donald Rapp's charms are bestowed upon his brother, John.
Thomas Rauenzahn bequeaths his managerial ability to George Verret.
Raymond Reber gives his ability to "move quickly" to Ruth Larkin.
Helen Reisner wills her running around at noon to the future publicity chairman of Y-Teens.
Richard Rentschler bequeaths his ability to stay out of trouble to Ezio DeSantis.
Jeanne Richardson donates her ability to crack chewing gum to Mary Jane Gordon.
Gloria Rothenbergefs pep goes to the W. K. Kellogg Company.
Clarence Rothermel presents his keen wit to Robert Seidel.
Raymond Schlegel's violin is willingly awarded to anyone who can stand to hear it.
Barbara Schmehl bestows her ticket selling upon any of the unfortunate future seniors.
John Schoennagel offers his "coiffure" to Glenn Koller.
Barry Seidel willingly relinquishes his ability to make fancy basketball shots to Robert Gordon.
Edith Seidel Wills her love for archery to Anna Tobias.
Ralph Seisler's love for airplanes is bequeathed to Gerald Degler.
Kermit Seyler gives his limited typing ability to Betty Bissey.
Royden Seyler donates his beautiful Spanish accent to Larry Muthard.
Jane Shipe offers her painfully acquired driving skill to Jeanette Moyer.
Dorothy Shuryn relinquishes her love for ice skating to Elaine Boltz.
Robert Slonaker wills his ability to control his temper to June Sterner.
Joyce Spangler awards her big feet to "Sandy" Balsamini.
Carl Steele gladly offers his surrealistic art to "Dali"
William Sturdivant bestows his ability to get along with women upon Mr. Hoffman.
Ruth Trexler wills her piccolo solos to Betty Oswald.
Doris Wagner presents her love for typing to Doris Weisser.
Mrary Ellen Walters' potato chip route is submitted to Mary Hottenstein.
Upon Mary Louise Haas, Ray Weidner bestows his twirling ability.
Kurt Weller bequeaths his pegged pants to Donald Wolfe.
Paul Weller willingly offers his ability to play the bass drum to Barrett Oxenreider.
Marilyn Wertz's neatness goes to Donald Dahms.
Marjorie Weyandt wills her love for buses to Miss Messner.
Doris Wurst gladly gives her minuteness to Rodney Shipe.
Ruth Yoder presents her roller skating ability to Betty Breininger.
We do hereby authorize the oflicers of the succeeding senior class to carry out all of these provisions to the
best of their ability.
CLASS OF 1947
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FIRST ROW. left to right: Burkey. Hinnershitz. Balthaser. Deck. Bechtel, F. Bair. Hngstadt. Hlbriglit. Bal-
samini. Bright. Heim.
SECOND ROW: I. Daughtry. Fuller. Bossert. Garman. I. Pick. Gehris. Hnderson. Davis. Eddinger. Bortz.
THIRD ROW: Cramer. Haus. Mrs. Roth. H. Daughtry. Bingaman. Canto. Burdan. Berkemeyer. Bissey. Deg-
ler. C. Bair. Mr. Starr.
FOURTH ROW: Beadle. Greusel. Hrmstrong. R. Herbein. Bertolet. Hefiner. Dahrns. Boyer. Gerhart. De-
FIRST ROW, left to right: Weaver. Rissmiller. Sterner. Gordon. Walters. G. Wolfe. Hoover. Ulle. Reeser,
SECOND ROW: Titlow. S. Young. Rubright. Gruber. I. Young. Sweitzer. Spayd. H. Seidel. Warmer. Weis-
ser. Hottenstein. Schlegel.
THIRD ROW: Sl-iirk. Slonaker. Spahr. B. Seidel. Tobias. Schittler. Zimmerman. R. Seidel. Hoshcruer. Zettle-
FOURTH ROW: Witman. Walley. D. Wolfe. Starke. Walter. Fulmer. Scheiiey. Snyder. Hains. D. I-'ick
Thomas. Mr. Gerberich.
PICTURE ON OPPOSITE PHGE-Lb
FIRST ROW, left to right: D. Moyer, Pfautz, Neider, Radermacher, Reed, Kochan, Hafner, Heifner, I. New-
pher, M. Herbein, Mease.
SECOND ROW: Muthard, Rahn, Noll, Marbarger, I. Moyer, Moses, Kiehl, D. Nagle, Parker, R. Moyer.
THIRD ROW: Kreider, Plucker, Haus, Mays, Meier, M. Nagle, Hinkle, Kroyer, Kearney, Hill, Kramer.
FOURTH ROW: Owens, Liss, G. Koller, Klemm, Kline, Hasker, I. Newpher, Petsch, H. Koller, Kleckner,
Miller, Mr. Brader.
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FIRST ROW. left to right: Durinzi, Spinka, M. Hrnold, B. Hdam, Hngsiadt, DeScmiis. E. Weaver. Boldt,
Viering, Wanshop. Trumbore, Burrell.
SECOND ROW: ,M. Weaver, Ermold, E. Weaver, Buck. Willis, H. Tobias. Yerger, Young, M. Shipe. Strub-
ing, Hlthouse, S. Eckroth.
THIRD ROW: C. Hdcm. Zenke. M. Biehl, Deeds, Siurdivcmt, Wcxrneke, Wenrich, S. Verrei, Breiiegum, Zet-
tlemoyer. Sweitzer, Boltz.
FOURTH ROW: Slrouse, D. Biehl, Shuker, Chaiey, Epting, R. Brown, I-lnderson, Delp, B. Yoder, Bergman,
F. I-lrnold. Bossler.
FIFTH ROW: Mr. Lcmck, Cronraih, L. Brown, Dunkle, R. Eckroih, Bingaman. DeMcrrco. Bosold. Batdorl
Hrtz, Buda. Boeshore.
FIRST ROW, leh io righl: Lcrbe, Lecls, Landis, L. Hotienstein, Large, Hinkle, Kline, S. Kutz. Knechtle. Man-
miller, Ludwig, Hoyer.
SECOND ROW: Shultz, Nultzinger. Mengle, H. Lynch, Kauffman. Neher, M. Lynch, I. Hotkensiein, Hunter,
Kircher. Kelchner. Katzenmoyer. Hunt. Kline.
THIRD ROW: Wolford, Lcxntz. Kring. Manwiller, Ketterer, Snyder, Symons, Kanlner, S. Tobias, Kemmerer,
Hinkle. G. Verrei, Kessler, Ziegler.
FOURTH ROW: Himmelberger, Kelner. R. Yoder, D. Iones. E. Yoder, R. Iones, R. Shipe, Leininger, Kohler,
Hivner, Weller, K. Kutz, Long, Mervine, Mulcmdra. McKnclbb, Kiedeisch.
PICTURE ON OPPOSITE PQGE-if
FIRST ROW, left to right: Prutzman, Haggerty, Gambler, Reedy, M. Rotherrnel, M. High, D. Heitzenrater,
Phillips, Hahn, G. Haas, S. Heitzenrater, Heist.
SECOND ROW: Folk, Reichart, Oswald, Gechter, Fulmer, Field. Hill, Riegel, C. Fry, Fies, Gernert, F.
THIRD ROW: Rahn, Hartman, M. Haas, E. Fiak, Selig, Noll, Hale, D. High, C. Rothermel, R. Ficlc, D.
Graeff, C. Seidel, Mrs. Harris.
FOURTH ROW: Herman, Schaeffer, Marbarger, D. Fry, Parzanese, Senft, Griffith, Rapp, R. Graeff, .R
Shade, Gottschall, I-Iessler.
FIFTH ROW: G-roff, Feltenberger, L. Haas, Ernst, Oaks. I. Seidel. Hardinger, Hertzog.
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FIRST ROW, leit to right: Kinsey, Delp, D. Rupp, Reinhold, Pegg, Kurzweg, Oyler, E. Snyder, Huber, Wum-
mer, Wolie, Bunnell. Canfield.
SECOND ROW: Brokenshire, Schultz, Hurst, Schoenncxgel, Garber, Kurtyka, Moyer, Epler, Dellngelo, Mil-
ler, Geisler, Buck, Godshull, Parker.
THIRD ROW: Mr. Boyer, Clark. Brown, Hoshcruer, Riegel, Burden, McWude, Gilbert, Munwiller, Haag.
Phillips. Geiss. White, Ieter, Bingamun, Geary.
FOURTH ROW: Hamann. Schumann, I. Rapp, Davis, Greth, Wolie, Parzunese. Unger, Brady, Trego, Rent-
schler, Eckert, Kremser, Stocker, R. Miller, R. Miller.
FIRST ROW, left to right: H. DeSantis, Kaniner, Hngstadt, Garlin, I. Heiiner, V. Heiiner, I. Brown, Horning,
Levcm, Schadler, Wagner, Hartrunft, Dellicker, Bieber.
SECOND ROW: Bare, Einsel, Henn, Foltz, Starke. Kurtz, Lube, Freymoyer, Icrmes, Tindle. Slonaker, Span-
ier, Boyer, Sensenig, Leo.
THERD ROW: Deppen, M. Kline, H. DeSuntis, Plucker, Younker, S. Brown, Herline, I. Kline, Geiger, Reber,
Degler, Delp, Rollman, High.
FOURTH ROW: Brossmun, De-ck, Gromis, Biehl, Deist, Hevalow, I-llthouse, Correll, Davis, Seaman, Moses,
Lesher, Httili, Mr. Roush.
PICTURE ON OPPOSITE PHGE--7
FIRST ROW. left ta righl: Suiler. Hoyer. Evans. Moll. Spies. Himmelreich. Berger. Isenberg. Sirubing.
Iones. Connolly. Schaeffer. R. Seidel. Wrxnshop. Sell.
SECOND ROW: Sccxrince. Hunsberger. Trievel. Schenk. Sands. Heckman. Rainey. Brown. Zimmerman.
Ebersole. Kurbel. Breidigam. Santoni. Williams. Shirk.
THIRD ROW: G-auby. Potieiger. Trumbore. Eberly. Subcxiucci. Leininger. Weinmcm. Gordon. Folk. L. Reed.
E. Reed. Yerger. Biehl. Bricker.
FOURTH ROW: F. Heck. Dunkelberger. Fisher. Klemmer. Smith. R. Reed. Critchlow. Delp. Kemmerer.
Frick. McKenlly. Quinter. Pehlmun. E. Seiel.
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FIRST ROW, left to right: Hoiimcm, Phillips, Schmeck, Meck, M. Irwin, Seidel, Hinkle. Bricker, Billman.
Huey, Wingert, Rothenberger, Clemens.
SECOND ROW: Weisser. Meek, Rohrbcch. Rupp, Burr, Rothermel, Spangler. N. Schoennagel, Fish, Delp.
Shcmer, Pentz, Cordier, Shomo.
THIRD ROW: Trexler, Brewer, Knoll, Folk, Hefiner, Hunsberger, Shofi, Dietz, Bare, Bechtel, Kuylor, Deeds,
FOURTH ROW: Sellcrri, Burkhart, Brossmcm, Dcxutrich, Gardner, Speicher, Olszewski, Oxenreider, E. Wil-
liums, Wolfgang, I. Snyder, Greenawcrld.
FIRST ROW, left to right: R. Bdams, Breirxinger, Schell, Trate, Speicher, Malandra, Williams, Tobias, B.
Koch,- Kane, M. Schoener, G. Rothenberger, R. Rothenberger.
SECOND ROW: Wurst, Hurtranft, Yarnell, Bower, D. Delp, S. Williams, Biehl, Wadsworth, Penturelli,
Koch, Bcxtdorf, Dehurt.
THIRD ROW: Froneiielcl, B. Schoener, Goodhart, Feltenberger, Bauer, Noll, Kissinger, K. Delp, Greth, Hin-
nershitz, Cunonico, Newpher, Weller.
FOURTH ROW: Mr. Kistler, King, Brown, Scheirer, Wentzel, Hcrrdinger, Schultz, Schell, D. Degler, Hrnold.
PICTURE ON OPPOSITE PQGE --7
FIRST ROW, left lo right: Hurst, Haier. Tobias, Frederick, Cochran, Emerich. Schaeffer, Kurtz, Schmeck.
Holland, Boich, Grim.
SECOND ROW: Brown, Moyer, Gardner, Dieirich, S. Miller, Mervine, Reid, Geary, Hain, Dowling, Frantz,
THIRD ROW: Folk. Tobias, Ray, Stump, Reddy, Yeager, Hill, Gehris, Brady, Bricker, Hdam, D. Hdclms,
FOURTH HOW: Yerger, Knoll, Holl, Koch, Guldin, Miss Ebling, Doicm, Hildebrand, Trego, Walschburger,
Heckmcrn, Mills, Glass.
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FIRST ROW, Ieit to right: Lantz, R. Huey, Bulles, Martin, Clark, Heiter, Wanner, Schell, Haggerty, High,
SECOND ROW: Buda, Cowley, Thomas. Bunnell, Brown, Kelchnler, Bitner, Kauffman, Pearcrh, Hain,
THIRD ROW: Weaver, Gromis, Gassert, Blatt, Reeser, Sitlinger, DeTurk, Ziegler, Clouser, Gottschall, Em-
mert, Sell, Daniels, D. Hdams.
FOURTH ROW: Mrs. Rupp, Ebersole, Pick, Frick. Williams, Iones, Paskosl, Fry. K. Hdams, Hartman. L.
Huey, Stifnagle, Brunner, Mrs. Bresler.
FIRST ROW, leit to right: Whitcrail, Koch, Hassler, Sl-lipe, B. Nagle, Yoder, Osvfald, Rothenberger, Hoover,
Martin, I. Yoh, Knoll, Leighton.
SECOND ROW: I. Yeakley, N. Greth, Shalter, Roland, Williams, Hetrich, Canonico, Heim, Elliott, Reicharl,
Miller, lsenberg, Clinton.
TIHZRD ROW: Becker. Habel, Schell, Wilson, K. Yeakley, Keller, Hngstadt, Sweitzer, Spayd. Klee, Kochel.
FOURTH ROW: Weidner, Deck, Snyder, Walschburger, Shade, Spinka, Price, Kase, Hain, L. Nagle, Lutz,
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Trythall, Sallada, Greth, Miss Rahn.
FIRST ROW, left to righf: Keller, Clemens, Camilli, Bossler, Gerhard, Leiever, Manwiller, Shaver, Zeller,
Sheipe, Bollinger, Noll.
SECOND ROW: Burkhart, Moses, Brokenshire, Yoh, Dissinger, Correll, Labe, Pehlman, Schell, Conrad,
THIRD ROW! Seidel, Valeriano, Reedy, Marbarger, Knouse, Eyrich, Goheen, Shirk, Holzinger, Cordier,
Hamaker, Wheeler, Eckert.
FOURTH ROW: Hardinger, Brendlinger, Spatz, Weidenhammer, Mclinabb, Snyder, Kemery, Hinnershiiz,
Wennell, Becker, Mervine.
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of the SCIIOO1 Year
School opens on September 3. Enrollment 936.
New faculty members: lVlr. H. Hoffman, Mr. Roush, Mr. T. Starr, Mr. R. Kistlerg Secretary to Super-
intendent, Miss Harvey.
September 21-first football game on the new athletic field.
October I8-school closes for PSEA convention at Allentown.
October 26-Fall Dance for grades 9-12.
November 7-Y-Teens sponsor "Apple Polishingf' party for the faculty.
November 14-Education Week program and Open House.
November I6-Hi-Y and Y-Teens co-sponsor Football Dance.
November 2l, 22-Senior class presents comedy, "Ever Since Eve."
November 26 to December 2-Thanksgiving vacation.
December 6, 7-thirteen pupils represent Muhlenberg in Eastern Pennsylvania District Chorus at Slatington.
December 6-first league basketball game.
December 20--carol sing held in front of school at 8:30 A. M.
December 20 to January 6-Christmas vacation.
December 21-"Mistletoe Ball" co-sponsored by Hi-Y and Y-Teens.
January 6-Mr. Keath returns to the faculty.
January I3-Mr. Morris joins the mathematics department.
January 23, 24-eight representatives attend District Band at Palmerton, Pennsylvania
February I-Blue Horizon Club sponsors lVluhlenberg's first hoedown, "Do-Si-Do."
February I7-Mr. lVlcAloose joins commercial department.
February I9-first debate at 'West Reading.
February 21-Happy Day! It snowed. No school.
February 24--basketball team wins Central Division Championship.
March I-County Band at Shillington. Ten representatives.
March 3--Muhlenberg cops third county basketball title.
March 7-seventeen students inducted into National Honor Society.
March 7-defeated Elizabethtown in P.I.A.A. Basketball playoff at Lebanon, Pennsylvania.
March 8-forty-three members in County Chorus at iwyomissing.
March I0-Mr. Shipe returns to the faculty.
March l-Muhlenberg vs. Lancaster at Lebanon in second P.I.A.A. playoff.
March 20, 2l-Junior class presents "A Date 'With Judy."
March l5-Sophomore Dance.
March 28--Blue Horizon hoedown, "Daffodil Down."
April l to April 8-Easter vacation.
April 8--first league baseball game.
April l8-annual Senior Prom.
April 24, 25-"A Waltz Dream" presented by Mixed Chorus.
May I-May Day.
May I5-biennial band concert.
May l7-annual Junior Prom.
May 24-Senior class trip.
June l-Baccalaureate Services.
June 5, 6-Commencement Pageant.
June l3-School closes.
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M'uhlenberg's "Westinghouse Chorus" . . . composed oi students from the senior high school
. . . reirains heard twice a week before school . . . record membership of one hundred . . .
performed on open house program . . . participated in Christmas pageant . . . appearances
included four church services . . . staged operetta. "H Waltz Dream," by Oscar Strauss . . .
sent thirteen representatives to Eastern District Chorus and two to Rll-State Chorus . . .
twenty-one traveled to Wyomissing High School for County Chorus . new groups "Muhl-
aires" and "Boys' Dou-ble Quartet" made their debut in several assembly programs . . .
selected members from this group comprised commencement chorus.
P. S. M. H. P. S. M. H.
EHSTERN DISTRICT CHORUS FILL-STHTE CHORUS COUNTY CHORUS
Doris Bright Mary Lou Wanner Richard Boyer Doris Bright Richard Boyer
Elizabeth Folk Richard Boyer Henry Gass Elizabeth Folk Charles Eisenbrown
Carolyn Helms Henry Gass Patricia Hale Henry Gass
Margaret McWade Hubre Givler Ruth Larkin Hubre Givler
Brlene Seidel Norman Kauffman Margaret McWade Omar Greene
Ruth Trexler Donald Rapp Ianice Neuroth Hllen Hassler
Mary Ellen Walters Raymond Schlegel Susan Phillips Norman Kauffman
Barbara Schmehl Donald Rapp
Hrlene Seidel Raymond Schlegel
' Ruth Trexler William Shirk
Mary Lou Wanner
FIRST ROW. left to right: Kearney. Phillips. Sterner. V. Walters. I. Spangler. C. Kline. Herbein. Newpher.
G. Rothenberger. E. Weaver. L. Haggerty. W. Shirk. R. Heim. K. Heist. Zettlemoyer. Bright. Balsamini.
E. Weaver. Fulmer. Radermacher. Boltz. Reichart.
SECOND ROW: Schmehl. Helms. Oswald. Trexler. McWade. Neuroth. Meitzler. E. Heist. Kauffman. Bortz.
Dellicker. M. Burdan. R. Larkin. Haines. D. Nagle. Pali. Bossert. Hale.
THIRD ROW: Reinert. M. Walters. C. Moyer. Willis. Weisser. E. Folk. Weyandt. Geisler. Meier. R. Riegel.
Bergman. Beck. Mays. Parker. F. Zimmerman. V. Miller. Gutierrez. Kroyer. H. Seidel. M. Wanner.
FOURTH ROW: M. Hoover. Givler. P. Weller. Bickel. D. Rapp. Ilg. Eisenbrown. Boyer. Schlegel. Kantner.
C. Fry. R. Rahn. P. Sweitzer. Reisner. P. Nagle. Shuker.
FIFTH ROW: F. Kutz. F. Bingaman. R. Dunkle. B. Seidel. D. Fry. R. Parzanese. Batdort. R. Shipe. Owens.
Gassert. Newpher. Miss Horton.
SIXTH ROW: Sturdivant. Updegrave. R. Seidel. Walters. Bertolet. McKently. G. Oxenreider. Greene. Hart-
man. Hassler. Gass. Doian. 1
FIRST ROW, lett to right: Liss, Long, C. Rothermel, McWade, Hassller, Larkin. K. Weller, Oswald, Trexler.
SECOND ROW: Godshall, Schlegel, Sturdivant, Kochel, Helms, Mays, Burdan, R. Rothermel, Kauffman.
THIRD ROW, left: Gromis, D. Folk. Right: Hrmstrong, Bertolet.
STHNDING: Mr. Hoffman, Hale, D. Rapp, Burkey, P. Weller, Eckert, Ilg, Dunkle.
MISSING I-'ROM PICTURE: Gass.
Reorganized after a lapse of several years . . . brought back into circulation the long lost
"liddlers" . . . rehearsals scheduled every Monday moming . . . consisted of thirty-three
musicians . . . featured for the iirst time on the National Honor Society assembly program
. . . furnished instrumental accompaniment for operetta, "H Waltz Dream" . . . represented
in County Orchestra at Mt. Penn and' P.S.M.H. District Orchestra at Shillington.
EHSTERN DISTRICT ORCHESTRH COUNTY ORCHESTRH.
Henry Gass Henry Gass
Richard Ilg Karl Godshall
Norman Kauffman Theodor Liss
Theodor Liss Ruth Trexler
Converted twice weekly . . . characterized by a greatly increased membership and reper-
toire which included many popular selections . . . furnished music for junior and senior
assembly programs . . . first public appearance was at the Open House program when
"Showboat" was featured . . . added zest to football and basketball games with spirited
music and excellent drill work . . . sported colorful uniforms . . . well represented at Dis-
trict and County Band Concerts held at Palmerton and Shillington High Schools respectively
. . . Henry Gass was featured as solo! trombonist at both concerts and was Muhlenherg's
, representative in the Hll-State Band at Lebanon .
Hpril 17, 18 . . . biennial band concert, May 8.
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presented an assembly program on
FIRST ROW, left to right: R. Weidner, Burkey, Haines, P. Weller, B. Oxenreider, Kurzweg, Mr. Hoffman.
SECOND ROW: Sturdivant, Clark, Helms, Mays, Trexler, Oswald. .
THIRD ROW: Santoni, Greenawald, Phillips, McWade, P. Gehris, M. Manwiller, C. Rothermel,'Hassler,
Larkin, Geary, R. Iones, K. Weller. ,
FOURTH ROW: Eberly, Kauffman, K. Heist, Shultz, R. Rothermel, Brady, Burclcm. ,
FIFTH ROW: Yoder, Gass, Hrmstrong, Bertolet, W. Shirk. Ilg, Wolford, R. Dunkle.
FIRST ROW, left to right: F. Brown. Haines. C. Himmelberger, E4 Herline, Gardner, B. Oxenreider.
Hahn. Yarnell, Mr. Hoffman.
SECOND ROW: Hlthouse. Sell. Trexler. Greenawald, Eberly, R. Yoder, P. Gel-iris, Ulmer.
THIRD ROW: Haier, Burdcm. Lesher. Kremser, Iones. McWade. Clark. DeTurk. Clouser.
Consists of aspirants to senior band . . . rehearses every Tuesday moming . . . trained
in technique and repertoire . . . membership composed oi approximately twenty-five stu-
dents who are advanced to senior band on the basis oi ability and aptitude.
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enior . ajorettes and Color uar
Baton experts . . . loyalty and service demonstrated by half-time performances at football
and basketball games . . . ability shown in various drill routines and formations . . . squad
led by drum major and two drum maiorettes . . . Color Guard presented the colors before
each varsity game while band played National Hnthern . . . Ray Weidner. drum maior,
received a charm for his four years of service . . . the following received letters for two
years of service: Ruth Yoder. Doris Lindennan, Doris Wurst, Patricia Sweitzer, Mary Hotten-
stein, Mary Louise Haas, Ioyce Spangler, Barbara Wadsworth, and Betty Breininger.
FIRST ROW, left to right: Hottenstein, Wurst, Lindennan, Spangler, Wadsworth, H. Seidel.
SECOND ROW: Haas, M. Wanner, Sweitzer, Yoder, Weidner.
THIRD ROW: D. Nagle, M. Nagle, Meier, Parker.
FIRST ROW, left to right: Mr. Hoffman, Bulles. Ray, Haggerty, Snyder.
SECOND ROW: Kurtz, Cowley, Bitner, Habel.
THIRD ROW: Kantner, B. Warmer, Thomas, Lefever.
FOURTH ROW: F. Schmeck, Seidel.
Diminutive twirlers . . . entertained during halt at football games . . . junior high girls
eligible . . . senior hopefuls . . . practiced faithfully . . . one year service award consists of
certificate . . . two year veterans receive chenille letters . . . Norma Kantner, Fay Schmeck,
Marilyn Ray, Ioan Seidel, Barbara Kurtz, and Norman Snyder received letters . . . certificates
were awarded to Carol Bitner, loan Thomas, Barbara Wanner, Dorothy Lefever, Carol Habel,
Gail Haggerty, Nancy Cowley,4Iean Bulles. U
N-2ltIOI121 OIIOI' ociety
Hnnual induction ceremony for seventeen new' members was held in the senior assembly
on March 7, 1947, in charge oi last year's electees-Henry Gass, Walter Bickel, Hrthur Doian,
Thomas Rauenzahn, Kathleen Haines, Rosemarie Gutierrez and Carolyn, Helms . . . Rev-
erend Thomas Smythe ol Birdsboro. spoke on the tour membership essentials . . . Purpose-
to create an enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire ior service, to promote lead-
ership and to encourage the development -'oi character . . . membership limited to fifteen
per cent ol senior class and live per cent ol iuni-or class . . . this group will again prepare
President ..................... ........,.,.,,............,....,..,.. .....,..,. H e nry Gass
Vice-President .,....,... .....,.........,....,......, ............,,.....,. I-1 r thur Doian
Secretary .............., ....,......,., C arolyn Helms
Treasurer ....,..... ..,..,.......,.............. T homas Rauenzahn
President .......,.....,...... ...,..,.........,.........,. , ,....... . ,... Theodor Liss
Vice-President ....., .....,........... R ichard Boyer
Secretary .... ...,.. .
FIRST ROW, left to right: Haines, Neuroth, Liss, Rapp, Givler, Heim, Bright.
SECOND ROW': Dellicker, Reisner, Greene, Doian, Bickel, Reinert, Meier, Helms.
THIRD ROW: McWade, Gutierrez, Schlegel, Rauenzahn, Boyer, Schmehl, Trexler.
MISSING FROM PICTURE: Gass, Becker.
FIRST ROW, left to right: Meier, R. Seidel, Liss, Greene, Gutierrez, Guenther, Mrs. Roth, adviser.
SECOND ROW: Mr. Harris. adviser, Kroyer, Rapp, Boyer, Schlegel, Young, Nagle.
Question: "Resolved-that the Federal Govemment should provide a complete system ot
medical care available to all citizens at public expense" . . . attacked from three angles-
fll its necessity, 123 its advantage. and 131 its practicability . . . team took part in several
triangular panel discussions, the other schools being West Reading and Ham-burg . . . also
invited to debate at the Muhlenberg Lions Club . . . panel conducted by a student mod-
erator this year tor the first time . . . several members participated in discussions on Berks
County Iunior Town Meeting oi the Hir.
President .,........,.....,. ..,.,.......,....,.,............. .,....,..,. O m ar Greene
Vice-President ....,... .........,..,.....,...... R ichard Boyer
Secretary .,..........,. ,.,........ R osemarie Gutierrez
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Staff composed ol iunior. senior students . . . senior members held executive positions . . .
received valuable experience as possible future journalists . . . provided opportunity for
expressing literary ability . . . reported school and alumni news . . . published a total oi
ten issues . . . special Christmas and Hpril Fool editions . . . open to suggestions from pupils
or faculty . . . several articles were reprinted in the National Echo, a paper made up ol
selected material from newspapers ol high schools all over the country.
' ..................,.,., Hlma Meitzler
Editor . .,........,.,..........,........ , ................................ ,
Make-up Editor .,.....,., .....A...............,.. ............ M a ry Rnn Hunter
Headline Editor ....,.,. ,. .,.,,......,...... Carolyn Helms
Hlumni Editor ..,...... ....,....... ,,..., .......,. , ............,..,...........,..... M a ri lyn Reinert
Hrt Editor ,........, ....... ,...... . , ,.......,...... .,..,........ - ..... Rosemarie Gutierrez
Page Editors , ...... ........,..... I anice Neuroth, Mary Hnn Hunter
Marilyn Reinert. Raymond Schlegel
Copyreaders ....... .........................,....,..... .H ubre Givler, Mary Hnn Hunter
Sports Page , .....,.....,............... ,..........,.,...., ...... ,........., . ,...,. ........ , . , . .,.,.......,.......,..... R aymond Schlegel, Editor
Richard Boyer. lean Young. Hans Hlthouse
Typists .,.,........ Carolyn Helms. Gloria Rothen-berger. Mabel Haas. lean Gruber
Doris Berkemeyer. lean Labe. Rita Hoover, Mary Hnn Hunter
Circulation Manager .....,..................,.,....,...............,......,.,............,..,....,..,......................,,..,.......,.... Donald Rapp
Hssistant Manager ...,,...,..,.....,..............,......,........,.........,................,.........,...,............,.,...,......,....,.. Richard Boyer
Exchange Editor ,.,.,.., .,...., ......,........ D o nald Rapp
Hrchives Manager .,....... ...............,.... D onald Rapp
Hdvertising Manager ...............,..,.,.,.. , ............. Marilyn Reinert
Faculty Hdviser ........,.......,..,...........................,.... .,.,.............,.... L . K. La.uck
Faculty Hdvertising Manager ....,....... .........,.., H . G. Gerberich
Faculty Circulation Manager .......,,.......,.....,.....,...........,...,....... .....,,.,.. ,................,............, M . E. Moyer
FIRST ROW. left to right: G. Rothenberger. Helms. Geise. Lube. Hunter. Meitzler. Gruber. F. Bair. Lar-
kin. Hoover. Bright.
SECOND ROW: Parker. Neuroth, D. Moyer. Titlow. Reinert. M. Nagle. Rahn. M. Haas. I. Young. Bissey.
THIRD ROW: Meier. H. Hlthouse. Givler, D. Rapp. Schlegel. Boyer. Klemm. Hill. Miller. Berkemeyer.
FOURTH ROW: Mr. G-erberich. Mr. Lauck. Miss Moyer.
Mary Hnn Hunter
Hdvisers-Mrs. Estella Harris, Miss Thelma Knauss, Mrs. Estelle Rupp
all and ig Way atrols
Organized to maintain salety and order both in the building and on the streets . . . Hall
Patrol consisted ol junior and senior boys . . . purpose was to prevent crowding and con-
gestion during the passing oi classes . . . Highway Patrol cooperated with Reading Hutc-
mobile Club's campaign tor highway safety . . . reported violators oi rules were tried by the
Traffic Court . . . awards are based on length ol service.
FIRST ROW. left to right: Weisser. Frederick. Cordier. P. Hinkle. Huber. G. Reed. S. Rapp. E. Snyder.
D. Rapp. D. Wolfe, R. Rdams. E. Weidner.
SECOND ROW: L. Muthurd. I. Hettner. I. DeSantis. I. Brown. Neuroth. Isenberg. Spanier. Deppen. De-
Hngelo. Tindle. B. Hngstadt. Einsel. D. Fish.
THIRD ROW: R. Moyer. I.. Foltz. R. Fick. B. Yoder. B. Noll. S. Bare. Reinert. M. Tobias. I. Young. D. Huns-
berger. Canfield. M. Haas. M. Shaner.
FOURTH ROW: I. Newpher. R. McKently. W. Miller. P. Weller. R. Hedkman. Bickel. E. Heist. B. Seidel.
R. Parzanese. Kremser. Weinman. W. Leininger. Wolfgang. I. Brokenshire. K. Parker. Mr. Boyer.
FIFTH ROW: Owens. Bradley. D. Large. Armstrong. R. Gassert. G. Oxenreider. Dahms. D. Becker. Doian.
R. Hains. R. Reed. Greene. H. Speicher. W. Eckert. Mr. Reinert.
LEFT TO RIGHT: I. Seidel. F. Snyder, G. Brady, D. Fry, Mr. Shaner.
Behind scenes at all assembly programs . . . duties consist oi placing scenery. operating
movie projector. and obtaining varied lighting effects . . . biggest production was 1947 com-
mencement program . . . contributed largely to the success of both se.nior and junior class
plays and grade school and high school operettas . . . members receive a charm alter three
years of service. SV i
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Girls' goodwill organization . . . Pledge: "I will do my best to lace lile squarely and find
and give the best" . . . eleventh and twellth grade members . . . co-sponsored several dances
with the Hi-Y . . . programs included Hpple Polishing Party, "Household Hints" lecture and
demonstration, sports party . . . sponsored May Day program . . . presents twenty-live dol-
lar Victory Bond to senior member oi organization contributing noted service to the school
. . . advisers are Miss Frances Rahn, Mrs. Evelyn Becker and Mrs. Estella Rupp.
President .....,......... ......,.............,.......,... ............. I e an George
Vice-President ..... ,.....,....,....,... D oris Bright
Secretary .......... ........., K athleen Haines
Treasurer , .,.......,... ,.............,........ .,....,..., I a nice Neuroth
Ir. Treasurer .........,........................ . .,............ Iune Sterner
Sr. Program Chairman ..,....... ..,....,.. H lma Meitzler
FIRST ROW, leit to right: Hdams, D. Heiiner, Gordon, Neider, Bright, F. Manwiller. F. Bair, V. Walters,
D. Wagner, Herbein, Sterner, Balsamini, Wurst, G. Rothenberger, Guidotti, Pritchard, I. Spangler.
SECOND ROW: Leibold. Kearney, Gring, Buchter, Guenther, Hafner, Schlegel, V. Miller, Bossert, Gruber,
Eddinger, H. Davis, G. Wolfe. Bissey. Blatt.
THIRD ROW: Haines. I. Hinkle, B. Moyer. Dresh, I. Reed. Ruhright. Radermachen Hlbright. Kroyer, R.
Hahn, M. Hottenstein, Canto, P. Sweitzer, Faller, Schmehl, Neuroth, Deck, E. Seidel, H. Seidel.
FOURTH ROW: Trexler, Gutierrez. Wertz, Weyandt. Shipe, McWade, C. Moyer, Meitzler. M. Cowley, M.
Hunter, Berkemeyer, Burdan, Verret, Hnderson, M. Wanner.
FIFTH ROW: Miss Harvey, M. Walters, Reisner. P. Nagle, Spahr. B. Folk, Pall, Graeif, Geise. Baer, Gul-
din, K. Gehris, Kiehl. F. Zimmerman, Miss Hahn.
ISJXTIE ROW: Richardson, B. Seidel, Mays, Weisser, George. Reinert, Bosold, B. Hartman, Evans, R. Fish,
FIRST ROW, left to right: Ludwig, Leas, Gassert, D. Rapp, Bickel, Kauffman, G. Oxenreider, K. Weller,
SECOND ROW: Burkey, D. Moyer. R. Brown, Foltz, I. Slonaker, I. Newpher. P. Weller. Bradley. Muthard.
THIRD ROW: Kreider, Epting, E. Manwiller, R. Moyer, W. Shirk, I. Snyder, Kring, R. Gottschall, Boeshore,
D. Graeif, Witman.
FOURTH ROW: Mr. Brader, Hnderson, Shultz, R. Parzanese, Liss, Schlegel, R. Boyer, Ketner, Malandra,
L. Brown, Owens, McKently.
FIFTH ROW: M. Hoover, B. Seidel, E. Heist, F. Bingaman, R. Iones, Hassler, Hasker, L. Heiiner, Bosold,
Shipe, Dahms, D. Large, C. Weller.
Stands for "clean speech, clean sports, clean scholarship, and clean living" . . . opened the
1946-47 school term with a tall membership drive, adding thirty-one new members, and
bringing the total membership to titty-six . . . together with the Y-Teens sponsored a Football
Dance, Christmas Dance, and Valentine Dance . . . conducted a mock meeting in assembly
to acquaint students with the organization . . . sold pennants and stationery to boost school
spirit . . . sent Walter Bickel, president, to the Leadership Training Camp in Delaware last
iall . . . representatives to the local Hi-Y Council were Walter Bickel and Hlexander Foltz
while Donald Rapp attended Youth Council meetings at local Y.M.C.R.
President .............,.... ....,......,.......,.........,.......,..., .,................. W a lter Bickel
Vice-President ........ ,......................... . ,Donald Rapp
Secretary ..,....,.,....... ..,....,... G eorge Oxenreider
Treasurer ,......,........,..,.,.........,.,.. .....,... N orman Kauffman
Chaplain ...,.....,..,....,..,....,............,.,..... , .....,.,.,,.,...... Kurt Weller
Committee Chaimian .,..,..... ........,., R alph Gassert
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Senior organization of the Camp Fire Girls . . . program based on service and personal im
provement . . . activities included hiking, Halloween, Party and scavenger hunt, and Chrxst
mas Party . . . planned induction ceremony lor Fair Horizon Club . . . spent a weekend
camping at Daniel Boone Homestead . . . made "SL Patty's" favors for hospital trays
sponsored two hoedowns-"Do-Si-Do" and "DaiIodil Down" . . . Iacqueline Meier and lean
Young participated in radio program held in conjunction with Camp Fire Birthday Week
. . . Carolyn Helms spoke to various community organizations on the Camp Fire program
Vice-President ,...... .,
Treasurer ...............,.,.,..,..,.,.......,.. ,. ,........ Hnna Hdarn
Program Chairman .,..,..... ......,..... I ean Young
Service Chairman ............ ....,.,.,.....,... I da Geisler
Scrapbook Chairman .,...... ...,......,..,.................,... R uth Larkin
Leaders ..,...,....,........,.,..,....,.,..,...... .,...,..........,..,... M iss Hlta Horton
Miss Thelma Knauss
FIRST ROW, leit to right: Miss Horton, Linderman. Newpher, Helms, Davis, Miss Knauss.
SECOND ROW: Larkin, D. Nagle, M. Nagle, Titlow, Miller, Dellicker.
THIRD ROW: Parker, Meier, Young, Beck, Geisler, Yoder.
MISSING FROM PICTURE: Hdam.
FIRST ROW. lelt to right: Strubing. Kutz. Deeds. Reedy. Hahn.
SECOND ROW: Mengel, Fry, Kauffman. Gernert, Riegel.
Initial year . . . program included many proiects which helped in carrying out the two ob-
jectives-service and personal improvement . . . enacted skit for Camp Fire and Bluebird
gro.ups . . . demonstratio.n presented by representative ol Brylcmd's Institute oi Beauty Cul-
ture . . .book review-"Hnything Can Happen" . . . talks on ceramics and Samoan Islands
. . . enioyed a weekend at Daniel Boone Homestead . . . plan to visit Philadelphia alter the
close of the current school term.
President .........,.,........,,,.. ...,.......... I oan Strubing
Vice-President ,.,.,..... ,..,,.....,. P atricia Gernert
Secretary ..............,.............,..... ...,.,..............,,,... S hirley Hahn
Program Chairman ........... ,.....,......,....,....,.,,.,...,., R uth Riegel
Leader ..........,.,.,.......................... ..,,...... M rs. Stephen Nickliss
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Senior Class production . . . presented November 21, 22, 1946 . . . plot centered about
Iohnny Clover. editor of the high school paper. "Thea Penguin" . . . feminine influence moved
in through Susan and her friend, Betsy. who were determined to run the paper . . . when
Iohnny and his pal Spud were put out of commission by the measles, the girls took over
and much confusion resulted . . . competition in the love department evolved around Lucy-
belle Lee, a southern belle, who was proved fickle, and Iohnny finally realized Susan was
the only one for him.
Mrs. Clover ..........
Mr. Clover .,.,.,...
Iohnny 'IPE ...........,.,...
Susan Blake ...,....
Miss Willard ........
Mr. Quinn ...............
Lucyhelle Lee ....,........
Football Players ...,........
, ...,,.,. ,...., . .Marilyn Reinert
Iean B. Curley
Miss Florence E. Messner
FIRST ROW. left to right: Rauenzahn, Reinerf, McWade, Gass, Weller.
SECOND ROW: Greene. Pritchard, Hlthouse, Moyer, Large, Guidotti.
FRONT ROW. lett to right: Sweitzer, Kearney. Hrmstrong. Owens. Degler, Newpher, Seidel.
SECOND ROW: Balsamini, Heim. Gehris, Hnderson, Wanner. Radermacher. Neider.
"A Date With Ju Y"
Three acts of family comedy . . . held in auditorium on March 20 and 21 . . . sponsored
by Iunior Class . . . played to capacity audiences . . . story evolved around Iudy who
wanted to be Queen of local Community Dance . . . she resorted to submitting slogans for
radio advertisements to raise money for the community reliei fund . . . used iamilys and
friends names and got them confused . . . as a result Iudy's father won Kissable Lips con
test in time oi need Iudy was deserted by boyfriend, Oogie . . . untangling of contest
entries spelled trouble . . . problems were finally' solved and Iudy's dream iulfilled.
Iudy Foster .,..................
Randolph Foster .......,.
Mr. Foster .,.,.,..,.,..........,.
Mrs. Foster ,.......,.......
M1tz1 Hoilman ...,.,,........
Oogze Pringle .,..,.............,.,
Rex O'Conner ...........,.,.
Mrs. Schlutzhammer ........
Mr. Martindale .............,....
Mrs. Hotchkiss ....... , .,.., .,
Eloise Hotchkiss ...........
.......,..Mary Lou Wanner
...,....,...Mrs. lean B. Curley
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Newly organized in the past school term . . . met Monday and Thursday mornings oi each
week . group consisted of those interested in the field ol photography . . . activities in
cluded practice in developing. enlarging. and making prints . . . hopes for the future include
a camera to be owned by the club.
FIRST ROW, left to right: Kearney. Witmcm, Scheffey, Gerhart, I. Ferro. I. Hinkle.
SECOND ROW: Ludwig, Meier. Parker, Kroyer, C. Moses, M. Nagle. K. Gehris.
THIRD ROW: Himmelberger, Walley. R. Iones, Wentzel. Boyer. Zettlemoyer, R. Cramer, Mr. Starr
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unior, C1'1lO1' Cheerleaders
Peppy, lively and vivacious . . . led cheers lor our successful varsity football and basketball
squads . . . unlcrilingly backed these teams throughout their respective seasons . . . seniors
recently donned new uniforms-gold sweaters. white dickies, navy blue pleated skirts . . .
Gloria Rothenberger and Charmaine Moyer received charms lor three years ol service . . .
letters were presented to Doris Bright, Melba Herbein, Mary Kroyer, Ianet Pritchard, and
Doris Wagner tor two years of service.
FRONT ROW. lett to right: Rothenberger, Pritchard. Moyer, Kroyer. Wagner. Herbein, Bright.
BHCK ROW: Piclutz. Weisser. Shuker. Hetfner.
FIRST ROW. leit to right: Doian. D. Large. Weller. Kantner. W. Leininger, Rohrbcnch. King, B. Oxen-
reider Olszewski Epting Weaver
SECO1'ID ROW: Oxenieider. DeSantis. Hains. Herbein, Tecklenberg. R. Seyler. F. Kutz. Bosold. Shipe.
THIRD ROW: Mr. I-land, Newpher. Emst. Unger. Starke. Hrmstrong. Haus. Heitner. Degler. Owens. Mc-
Kently, W. Miller, Mr. White.
FOURTH ROW: Mr. Clemens. Plrtz. Snyder, Boeshore. Kring. Pehlman. Ketner. Marbarger. Klemmer. Gor-
don. Buda. Deck, Mr. Brokenshire.
FEFTH ROW: R. Miller, Parzanese. Scheiiey. Greth, Kramer. Batdorf. Kline. T. Leininger, Fox. Quinter,
SIXTH ROW: Smith. Weinman. Shultz. Brown, Gromis. Iones. K. Kutz. Graelt. Schumann. Koller. Thomas.
O oth all
Second ,season ol football at Muhlenberg was marked by greater enthusiasm among the
students . . . great gridiron game is gradually taking its place in the field ol sports at Muhl-
enberg . . . new gridiron dedicated at first game of season . . . the team. captained by
Royden Seyler. was -built around four varsity lettennen trom last year . . . despite many
casualties the season closed with a record ot two wins and three losses . . . Gerald Haus,
lett guard. succeeded Paul Shultz as outstanding county lineman . . . Baby Muhls, under
Dick Miller. duplicated the varsity's season . . . form basis for Muhlenberg's future varsity
DHTE OPPONENT M.T.H.S. OPP.
Sept. 13 Ephrata 6 19
Z1 Emmaus 0 24
28 Wilson Boro 7 6
Oct. 5 Manheim 7 21
12 'Wyomissing 55 0
19 'Boyertown 0 26
26 Stevens Trade U 33
Nov. 2 'West Reading 7 13
8 'Shillington 7 0
'League Games 16 'Wilson 12 13
Sept. '30 Wilson 6 0
Oct. 7 Emmaus U 7
21 Boyertown 6 32
28 West Reading 6 12
Nov. 11 Shillington 20 U
Muhlenberg's most popular sport . . . excellent hoopsters . . . finished their league season
undefeated . . . captors ol divisional and Berks basketball crowns . . . defeated Elizabeth
town in their first round of P.l.H.H. play-oils . .. piloted by "Bill" Miller who received special
recognition lor establishing new Central Division scoring record of 225 points
FIRST ROW, left to right: R. Moyer. W. Miller. Mr. Clemens. Seyler, Bradley.
SECOND ROW: Mcllently, Becker, R. Shipe, Rauenzahn, Doian, Husker, R. Slonaker.
FIRST ROW. left to right: R. Miller. Bucxk. Quintet. Kring. Burdan. Lantz. Verret. Mgr.
SECOND ROW: Mr. Clemens. Newpher. Bosold. Hains. DeSantis. Moyer.
unlor arslty aslxetluali
Young. determined basketeers . . . form nucleus lor next year's Varsity squad elevated
their divisional standing to third place . . . 11 wins-6 losses.
DHTE M.T.H.S. OPP
Nov. 22 Hamburg 25 27
Dec. 3 Kutztown 28 22
6 'Birdsboro 32 15
9 Hamburg 26 21
13 'Wilson 18 26
17 'Shillington 37 48
20 "ML Penn 24 . 22
Ian. 7 'West Reading 22 35
10 'Wyomissing 26 22
14 'Mohnton 37 31
17 'Wilson 20 18
24 'Birdsboro 34 31
31 "Mt, Penn 23 30
Feb. 4 'West Reading 39 28
7 'Wyomissing 25 38
14 'Mohnton 38 29
24 'Shillington 40 52
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Ninth grade basketeers . . . participated in second year of league competition . . . victors
in Iour of eleven games . . . attained valuable experience necessary for probable careers as
DHTE M.T.H.S. OPP.
Dec. 11 Exeter 13 10
19 Pennside 21 41
Ian. 9 West Reading 5 35
14 Sinking Spring 34 18
17 Wilson 14 45
' 23 Pennside 20 31
30 Mohnton 27 26
Feb. 6 West Reading 19 35
13 Sinking Spring 47 IU
20 Wilson 14 38
28 Mohnton 34 37
FIRST ROW, left to right: Mr. Brokensbire. Evans. Napoletano. Eberly, Pehlman, Gordon.
SECOND ROW: Santoni. Klemmer. Parzanese, Fisher. Hevalow. Hrnold. h
THIRD ROW: McKently, Dunkelberger. Reed, Brady. Smith. Folk.
MISSING FROM PICTURE: Brokenshire. Unger.
FIRST ROW, left to right: Rohrbach, DeHart, Shipe, Blatl. Folk, Weisser, Williams.
SECOND ROW: Meck. Wennell, B. Oxenreider, Hartman. Brossman. Mills. Waldorf.
THIRD ROW: Mr. Brokenshire. Holl. Fisher, Brady, Hdams. Brown, Heckman.
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Hspirants to junior high and Iunior Varsity teams . . . eighth grade cagers . . . loyal at
tenders of weekly practices . . . recipients of early training as varsity courtsmen . . . sub
dued in their only two tilts.
DHTE M.T.H.S. OPP.
Dec. 11 Exeter 9 10
Dec. 19 Pennside 16 34
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Hope to annex another county championship . . . Emst and Bradley will take over pltchmg
chores . . . return of Dojan. Seyler, Miller, and Oxenreider boosts prospects for a successful
Hpr. 1 'Birdsboro
, 8 'ML Penn
17 West Reading
24 Mt. Penn
May 1 Wyomissing
6 West Reading
FIRST ROW: left to right: Buck, Quinter. Reinhart. Burden. Gordon, Meck, Evans, H. DeSanhs
SECOND ROW: Dunkle, Slonaker. R. Moyer, W. Miller, Doian, Mr. Clemens. Parzanese. H Seyler Bradley
THIRD ROW: Shipe, Newpher. Ernst, E. DeSanti s.Kring, McKently, Cramer, Manwiller
FIRST ROW. lett to right: Shirk. Gordon. Ketner, Hain. Ferro. Boyer. Seyler. Bradley, G. Oxenreider. L.
Brown. Rapp. Greene.
SECOND ROW: S. Hartman. Kutz. N. Napoletano. H. Brovsm. Gerhart. R. Miller. Herbein. R. Shipe. Gass.
Buda. Hrtz. Bickel.
THIRD ROW: B. Oxenreider. Olszewski. Brokenshire. Gromis. Parzanese, Schafer. Iones. Smith. Greth.
Brady. R. Brown. S. Napoletcmo.
FOURTH ROW: Muthard. Shultz. Gilbert. B. Shipe. F. Brown. D. Weller. Nagle. Mr. Buckworth. Mr. Shipe.
Returning seniors-Greene. Rapp. Bickel. and Gass-plus many experienced undergrad-
uates form nucleus ot the track team . . . aspire to gain victories in the county meets at
Blbright. Shillington. and West Reading . . . will enter Penn Relays at Philadelphia. Dis-
trict 3 Meet at Lancaster.
Hpr. 19 Hlbright-County Meet Hlbright College
23 Wilson. Muhlenberg. Shillington Shillington
25-26 Penn Relays Philadelphia
May 3 West Reading-County Meet West Reading
7 Venzke Relays Boyertown
10 Shillington-County Meet Shillington
13 Lebanon Night Relays Lebanon
17 District 3 Meet Lancaster
24 State Meet State College
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Reorganized by tennis enthusiasts . . . te-entered league alter a lapse ol several years
engaged in matches with Boyertown. West Reading, and Shillington Hlgh Schools
Boyertown at Muhlenberg
Muhlenberg at Shillington
Muhlenberg at West Reading
Shillington at Muhlenberg
West Reading at Muhlenberg
Muhlenberg at Boyertown
Mr. Starr, D. Moyer, McKently, Schlegel. Reber, Greene. Rapp, Seidel.
FIRST ROW, left to right: Wurst, R. Hngstadt, F. Manwiller, Faller, Helms. D. Wagner, H. Hdarn. B. I-ldam.
SECOND ROW: Manmiller, Kochan, M.lWeaver, Ermold, Deeds, M. Wanner, H. Davis, H. Seidel, Spahr,
THIRD. ROW: Pies, Buck, N. Hartman, Selig, C. Rothermel, B. Hartman, Shuker, P. Sweitzer, I-lnderson,
M. Hottenstein, Miss Slifer. '
Organization is composed of girl athletes oi our high school . . . major activities-hockey,
basketball, volleyball, badminton, softball . . . minor sports-archery, swimming, bowling,
tennis . . . "Honor Teams," chosen by the girls, represented Muhlenberg in hockey and' bas-
ketball games' with other schools . . . eamed money by selling Brownies and candy at
home football and basketball games . . . also by sponsoring dances in the gym after school
. . . awards are presented on basis oi participation in the activities.
HOCKEY HONOR TERM
Beverly Hartman Doris Wagner Betty Eddinger Betty Fies E1izabethASelig
Carolyn Helms Doris Wurst Eleanor Fallen' Nancy Hartman Ioyce Shuke:
Fern Manwiller Hnna Davis Dolores Parker Madaline Manmiller
BHSKETBHLL HONOR TERM
Beverly Hartman Fern Manwiller Rnna Davis Ioyce Mays
Carolyn Helms Doris Wagner Betty Eddinger Dolores Parker
Grace Larkin Doris Wurst Eleanor Faller Ioyce Shuker
President ,.,..,... ,...... , ,........,..,........., ..,...........,....., ,..,.,.,. C a r olyn Helms
Vice'-President ....... .,......... E leanor F aller
Secretary ..,.........,...,...,..... .,.,........., D olores Parker
Treasurer , ,...... , .... , .,.. , ........... ..,..,..,.,.,...,..... E velyn Spahr
Hssistant Treasurer ....... .........,.. M ary Lou Wanner
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Iunior girl sportslers oi Muhlenberg . . . major sports-soccer, basketball. softball . . . minor
sports-volleyball, tennis, swimming . . . any girl who completes six games and two prac-
tice periods in three maior activities or two maior and two minor is entitled to an award
. . . ninth grade basketball squad participated in tour games-two with Exeter, two with
Wyomissing High School.
IunelEinsel Iean Moll Elsie Rainey Emily Snyder
Ianet Kline Barbara Moyer Danice Rapp Hrdell Wagner
Ioyce Kurzweg Ianet Pegg Robin Reinhold Doris Wolie
FIRST ROW, left to right: M. Knoll, I. Yoh, Zeller, Whitcrait, B. Kurtz, Habel, Kramer, Martin, B. Wanner,
Bulles, Gerhard, V. Manwiller, N.'Landis, Cochran, Wingert. Hughes.
SECOND ROW: F. Schmeck, I. Seidel, C. Delp. G. Reed, Brokenshire, Connolly, Sands, Becker, Pehlrnan,
Bitner, Pearah, Conrad. H. Schoener, Yamell, C. Hill. P. Gehris, Gardner.
THIRD ROW: B. Hdclm, Brady. M. Koch, G. Brown, Geary, Correll, D. Rapp, Reinhold. Pegg, B. Moyer.
Kurzweg, H. Wagner, Snyder, I. Hain, Moll, Schoennagel, Miss Slifer.
FOURTH ROW: N. Cowley, D. Rdams, Reddy, Hoffman, I. Kline, C. Rothermel, Spahr, Parker, Meier, M.
Nagle, Rainey, B. Bdam, Ray, Einsel, B. Bricker, D. Wolle.
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