Muhlenberg High School - Muhltohi Yearbook (Laureldale, PA)

 - Class of 1951

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K .1 f 51. g 7' 3' if Q fi. Q-tif ' ' I f 1 Y.. yv Q 4 Q U ' 1 I MUHLTOHI published by CLASS OF 1951 MUHLENBERG TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL LAURELDALE, PENNSYLVANIA VOLUME IX Foreword Mementos of 195051 activities-dramatics, journalism, music, sports, and clubsfhave been gathered to make this scrapbook. These memories Will, in time, grow dim, but as We browse through the pages of this yearbook our thoughts will return to the many good times We have had. The order of the book is symbolic of the prof gression of a student during his career in junior and senior high school. It is our Wish that youesenior, underf classman, or faculty will enjoy reliving the experif ences of 195061. Table of Confenfs DEDICATION ADMINISTRATION UNDERCLASSMEN ACTIVITIES ATHLETICS SENIORS i T 5 I DOLORES FOLK We, the class of 1951, wish to honor Dolores Folk as a member of our graduating class. We will always remember her for her pleasing personality and merry disposition. Dolores, who was stricken with poliomyelitis in August of 1948, has been unable to attend classes at school. After spending approximately a year at a rehabilitation school in Virginia, she has been tutored by Mrs. Eberly in order to obtain her high school diploma. In spite of her being confined to a Wheelfchair, Dolores has found it possible to witness many of the school's activities. Her nick name is "Bang, Bang," and her pet expression, "Oh! Crumb." Dolores's main interests lie in interior decorating and the reading and writing of poetry. She also has an "interest" at Reading High. Handling a Merchandise Club and selling a variety of cards passes her time. Dolores is an academic student with a commercial trend. She hopes to attend Penn State to major in psychiatry. V l3l l A J Adminisfrofion We will never forget those who guided us, gave us of their time and efforts, and made our school life worth while . . . long will we remember OBSERVER deadlines . . . Mr. Harris's long history assignments and cheerful sessions with the unfortunate S.S.S.S. Club . . . early morning lectures delivered by Miss Horton at Mixed Chorus rehearsals . . . the loud jacket worn by Mr. Spancake . . . Mr. Winters, under whose guidance we once again have a course in Metal Shop . . . the referee's whistle that signals "Big" White's homeroom to order . . . Miss Ebling, teacher of Home Economics, who made a really fine class of cooks . . . Mr. Koch's "orderly" second year Spanish class . . . the time spent tracking down busy Miss Willits . . . the uncomplaining patience of Miss Knauss on our yearbook . . . often we have been disturbed with them, and more than often they have been disturbed with us . . . but, they always stuck by us when we were in trouble, and helped us out of our difficulties . . . last, but not least, the untiring efforts of Mrs. Curley, our faculty adviser . . . we will always attribute whatever success we may achieve to our terrific faculty and our own Muhlenberg Townf ship High School. ll4l , .,-,:.L4fg,E, A ' ..,wfff?'f-'iff- -1 ' ' miAfrt.,gf-.Q:F3i54??i- . , ww. V -1 - , ,,1,f.1iG'f',, ,'7Lv'f7z?-?'4'2'-WL' G - J. - Q - 5'6" Q4ifM+ZfL41-'.f"ff - '4 - , V, -- . .,,,,,- ' - kMd,H,.., , 'f' W, . -5,4-123.Q?-yj'gL5153g,g,s1fs' , 1 my -111 1' . rr, jr, 3 5: Q, ,WAV 'g l U: ',-- ,--:-gg. .-V ,-57,5 51,111 4.11 M,,LVj 'W S' VI 5-'12 - - . w . 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' -- 1,. , 1 Vfg.V,'-1,VVEQVTS-5,,,l,V,1,-I ', ,, - -jj .x-3,13 .:,g.L 713- ' - ''-iii-fi".fRTT:'iifi-,wfI,Zg-1 2i'fQ5f7f"" 113-3 ' - f--,-"-,5.,,QgVVV . ' ' 425-4--1. . ' we 33:11. V , .. 4 Fmsr Row: left to right: Trout, Rentschler, Melick, Seyfert. SECOND Row: Crurnbling, Rothermel, Boyer, Stoudt, Schaeffer. Muhlenberg Township School Board ADAIVI H. RENTSCHLER CHARLES A. TROUT President Secretary 19494953 19454951 EARL A. BOYER HAROLD A. STOUDT VicefPresident 'Treasurer 1949-1955 19474953 ARTHUR C. MELICK JOSEPH W. SEYFERT LLOYD M. SCHAEFFER 19494955 19474953 19454951 CHARLES S. CRUMBLING DANIEL G. ROTHERMEL Superintendent Solicitor CHARLES S. CRUMBLING KERMIT H. SCHMEHL Superintendent Principal B.S., Albright College Ph.B., Muhlenberg College M.S. in Ed., Cornell University M.S. in Ed., University of Pennsylvania :JM 4 EMMA L. BINCKLEY DOROTHY J. BOYER Dietitian, Cafeteria Manager Home Economics B.S., in Home Economics, B.S. in Home Economics Albright College Cedar Crest College MYRON F. BOYER Science B.S. in Ed., Kutztown State Teachers College UQVM-25 N,6'6Nfvx ELLA M. BRESLER JAMES R. BROKENSHIRE Geography Mathematics B.S., Albright College B.S., Franklin and Marshall College I w CHARLES E. BUCKWORTH LLOYD L. CLEMENS Physical Education Health, Sceince B.S. in Ed., East Stroudsburg State B.S., Albright College Teachers College Ecl.M., Temple University JEAN B. CURLEY English A.B., Albright College IDA L. EBLING GERALDINE E. EDSALL Home Economics Civics, History B.S., Pennsylvania State College B.S. in Ed., Ohio Northern University 5 EMMA P. EPLER DONALD L. FETTERMAN Health Civics, History B.S. in Ed., Temple University B.S., Ursinus College Serving in the U. S. Navy HARRY G. GERBERICH Mathematics B.S. in Ed., Lebanon Valley College CHARLES E. GOODLING LEONORA S. GUTHRIE Commercial Commercial B.S. in Ed., B.S. in Ed., Shippensburg State Teachers College Susquehanna University ESTELLA E. HARRIS JOHN E. HARRIS English, History History A.B., Wilson College B.S in Social Studies, Schuylkill College HENRY F. HOFFMAN, JR. Instrumental Music B.S. in Music Ed., Lebanon Valley College Conservatory of Music ALTA H. HORTON QUENTIN R. KEATH Vocal Music Mechanical Drawing B.S. in Public School Music, B.S. in Ed., Millersville State Mansfield State Teachers College Teachers College l THELMA L. KNAUSS R. DAVID KOCH Commercial German, Spanish, English B.S. in Ed., Bloomsburg State A.B., Albright College Teachers College MIRIAM E. MOYER English B.S. in Ed., Kutztown State Teachers College DAVID F. OWEN FRANCES A. M. RAHN Mathematics Guidance Counselor and B.S. in Ed., East Stroudsburg Psychological Examiner State Teachers College A.B., Hood College Ed.M., Harvard University HAZEL A. RAMSAY E. BRAINERD REINERT English Geography A.B., Albright College B.S. in Ed., Kutztown State Teachers College LILLIE R. RIMBY Latin A.B., Dickinson College M.A., Columbia University STELLA M. ROTH SARA R. ROTHERMEL English Librarian A.B., Pennsylvania State College A.B., Mt. Holyoke College OLIVIA C. M. RUFFNER ESTELLA I. RUPP Mathematics Art Ph.B., Brown University B.S. in Ed., Kutztown State M.S. in Ed., University of Pennsylvania Teachers College X J 2 - Q JAMES B. SHANER, JR. f f . 1 X Wood shop RW Williamson Trade School "7 N N. l ' 2-J 'N lf -A I X-ryjll W L Xxx? ROBERT D. SHIPE, JR. CLAUDE A. SPANCAKE Science, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry Director of Athletics B.S., Pennsylvania State College B.S., Albright College EDITH E. STAUDT OLIVE TENNANT History Health, Physical Education A.B., Ursinus College B.S. in Health Ed., East Stroudsburg M.A., Columbia University State Teachers College CAROLYN J. TREXLER English, journalism B.S. in Ed., Kutztown State Teachers College M. CATHERINE WERTZ JASON W. WHITE Civics, History Mathematics B.S. in Ed., B.S. in Ed., Bucknell University Lebanon Valley College M.S., University of Michigan JOHN B. WHITE Biology B.S. in Ed., Kutztown State Teachers College M4 S., Temple University ROBERT J. WINTERS Metal Shop B.S. in Industrial Arts, Millersville State Teachers College GRACE L. GOOD School Nurse Washington Sanitarium and Hospital ESTHER M. WILLITS History B.S. in Ed., West Chester State Teachers College M. A.,IDuke University M. ANNETTA KAUFFMAN Music B.S. in Music Ed., Pennsylvania State College JOHN W. BURKHART Attendance Officer GRACE M. LONG CLARA K. OXENREIDER ETHEL I. SHANER Secretary to Superintendent Secretary to Superintendent Secretary to Principal McCann Business School InterfState Commercial College Wyomissing High School Cafeteria Sioff FIRST Row, left to right: Mrs. Fannie Sharp, Mrs. Marjorie Adams, Mrs. Ruth Gernert, Mrs. Helen Hinnershitz, Mrs. Hilda Stoudt, Mrs. Edna Gring. SECOND Row: Mrs. Laura Wessner, Mrs. Ella Daubert, Mrs. Elda Boyer, Mrs. Verna Becker, Mrs. Alma Reinert, Mrs. Sallie Kline, Mrs. Irene Nagle, Mrs. Sadie Ibach, Mrs. Emma Binckley. ll16ll Bus Drivers Left to right: Mr. Robcrr F. Ammarell, Mr. Harry Corrcnti, Mr. Samuel T. Leinbach, Mr. William Labe. 'Cusfodicns Left to Right: Mr. Robert J. Mauger, Mr. Walter Y. Levan, Mr. Floyd Berkemeyer, Mr. john J. Gier. Underclossmen One "greenie" homeroom dramatized "Books We Cherish" in assembly . . . produced talent show . . . Well represented at all school activities . . . had first glimpse of M. T. H. S. student legislation . . . eighth grade, one step farther up the ladder of success . . . not lost in the long, dark corridors anymore . . . staged comedy "Elmer and the Love Bug" . . , a "live" model and a film taught Home Ec. girls proper child care . . . 23 freshman "Warblers" blended their voices in Junior High County Chorus . . . created elaborate civics notebooks . . . a film on "Treasure Island" was shown after studying the classic . . . Sophs led by Bernard Rohrbacher . . . chose maroon and white as class colors . . . used attracf tive decorations for their first dance-the "Soph Hop' '... came out for debating . . . spent biology labs dissecting everything from worms to rabbits . . . became "dawn risers" and trudged to school on Tuesdays and Wednesdays for Mixed Chorus sessions . . . junior L'flappers" and 'Lsheiksw recalled the "roaring twenties" in the play, "Our Hearts Were Young and Cay' '.., fullfhouse plus more than 1,000 patrons increased their treasury . . . joined senior class to enjoy a "superfduper" prom at the fleadnag Clountry Clhlb. p ll13ll QM , 1' 1 1 ,Ay L' .' aff, ,, -.r .1 .,,u :iffy .Mn .vw- -of, ,ww FIRST Row, left to right: Hamaker, Hetrich, Gessner, Drumheller, Haggerty, Heiter, High, Dutt, Flanagan, Gassert SECOND Row: Blatt, Greth, Garber, B. Adams, Angstadt, Balthaser, Gaspari, Hain, Adams. THIRD Row: DeTurk, Eckert, Feicht, Heckman, Hardinger, Heim, Frick. S FOURTH Row: Goheen, Holzinger, Eyrich, Glass, Hinnershitz, Gaul, Emore. Elevenfh Grocle FIRST Row, left to right: Labe, Delp, Hughes, Martin, Knoll, J. Kline, Manwiller, Leighton, Martin. SECOND Row: Miller, Kochel, Bechtel, Behm, D. Kline, S. Kline, Kramer, Bollinger. THIRD Row: Knouse, Keller, Kauffman, Koch, Kleinsmith, Mitchell, Kutzer, DeLong, Kopfer. FOURTH Row: Canonico, Camilli, Lerch, Loder, Lutz, Machemer, Lantz, Huey. 4, FIRST Row, left to right: Brendlinger, Shaver, Conrad, Becker, Pearah, Schaeffer, Snyder, Rapp, Noll. SECOND Row: S. Schell, Pehlman, Schoener, Bunnell, Bulles, Boyer, W. Schell. THIRD Row: R. Rapp, Cordier, Seidel, Rohrbach, Shipe, Sheipe, Daniels, Sell, Moyer. FOURTH Row: Rothermel, Paskos, Reeser, Price, Sitlinger, Clouser, Dautrich, Roland. ElevenH1 Grade FIRST Row, left to right: Wheeler, Clark, Tobias, G. Brown, Zeller, Wadsworth, Yeager, Yoh, Valeriano. SECOND Row: Strickler, Brokenshire, R. Burkhart, Correll, Thomas, Wilson, Waldman, Bitner, Stump. THIRD Row: W. Snyder, Weaver, E. Weidner, L. Williams, Ziegler, Wennell, J. Weidner, Walschburger. FOURTH Row: N. Snyder, Sweetwood, Stotz, Stifnagle, Weidenhamrner. FIRST Row, left to right: Heffner, Karbel, J. Althouse, Hessler, P. Glass, Hamaker, Graeff, Frederick, Haring. SECOND ROW: Gaspari, Klee, Gardner, M. Glass, Henry, Folk, Klemm, Hafer. THIRD Row: R. Bagenstose, W. Adam, J. Adams, L. Hoffman, Herbein, Hurst, Arnold, Keller, Jones. FOURTH ROW: Grimmer, Greenawald, Hasker, Kissinger, E. Hoffman, D. Althouse, R. Henn. Tenfh Grade FIRST Row, left to right: Bossert, Ramsey, Bair, Bergman, Mertz, Letsche, A. Moyer, Ochs, Price. SECOND Row: Leas, N. Moyer, Meek, G. Miller, B. Lutz, Kutz, Manmiller, Lynch. THIRD ROW: D. Miller, Biehl, Manwiller, J. Brown, C. Marberger, G. Kramer, J. Reedy, L. Noecker, L. Nester FOURTH Row: G. Bissey, Musser, J. Shirk, V. Kline, D. Mervine, J. Newpher, W. Lutz, E. Oswald. L I FIRST Row, left to right: D. Rothenberger, Rothermel, Shalter, J. Rothenberger, Sosi, Dieterle, Camilli, Shollenberger, Schlotr. ' SECOND Row: Seidel, DeSantis, Shupp, Rogers, Schell, Cagnetti, Shutter, Shofi THIRD Row: Brown, Ruppert, Riegel, R. Schmehl, N. Schmehl, Reitz, Staholepszy, Stailey, Cochran. FOURTH Row: Reinert, Rohrbacher, Rentschler, Delp, Shirk. Tenfh Grade FIRST Row, left to right: D. Burkhart, E. Snyder, Valeriano, Wingert, Jeanette Weller, Eddinger, Wennell White, Summons. SECOND Row: Weidner, Venkler, Fick, M. Williams, janet Weller, Wealand, Wagner, Tobias, Evans. THIRD Row: Zeller, Zieher, Trate, Ulmer, Zipp, Wilson, Deppen, Wolfe, Sweitzer. FOURTIZI Row: Updegrave. Boyer, Wertz, B. Folk, Weinman, Wagner, Stump. FIRST Row, left to right? Feltenberger, Angstadt,Guidotti,Jar1e Adamshloan Adams, Althouse, Baker, Filman Greenwa t. SECOND Row: Frick, Baeighkley, Greth, B. Faber, Dellicker, Faller, Greer, L. Faber. THIRD Row: DeWalt, Hafer, Fetter, Biscanti, Anderson, Delp, Bare, Delp. FOURTH Row: Eyrich, Gring, Fndy, Faust, Graczyk, Gromis, Dietz, Einscl. A Ninfh Grade FIRST Row, left to right: Kauffman, Mengel, Bertolet, Biehl, Herbein, Heitzenrater, Balthaser, Henry, Heffner. SECOND Row: Imhoff, Billman, Kiesling, Leininger, Bauer, Manmiller, Blatt, Berger. THIRD Row: Hassler, Kershner, Hoover, Miller, Kline, Mervine, Keller, R. C. Becker, Holl. FOURTH Row: Mengel, Kissinger, Kutz, Leitheiser, R. W. Becker, Beacham, Hartman. FIRST Row, left to right: Bossler, Ogrinc, L. Schlott, A. Shalters, Ryan, N. Boyer, Brookshire, Boone, J. Reed. SECOND Row: R Brown, Ringler, J. Seyfert, D. Reed, V. Sanders, S. Brown, G. Pearson, F. Noecker. THIRD Row: A. Napoletano, J. Rothenberger, Quinter, R. Reedy, J. Noll, R. Phillips, Rossi, T. Paskos. FOURTH Row: Reiter, Scheid, R. Noll, Seaman, Pyle, Reetz, L. Blatt. Ninfh Grade FIRsT Row, left to right: Wanshop, H. Snycler, Spanier, Warclrnan, Tolomei, Starke, Symons, Steves, T. Cochran. SECOND Row: R. Wadsworth, Wolford, M. White, Tarrach, Strickler, Spatz, K. Stifnagle, D. Snyder. THIRD Row: Troutman, Wagonseller, Tomaszewski, B. Weidenhamrner, F. Walschburger, Vogel, D. Shomo R. Conrad. FOURTH Row: R. Zipp, L. Sosi, M. Tobias, J. Thomas, K. Wentzel. FIRST Row, left to right: Cordier, Shirk, Boyer, Heffner, Bortz, Seidel, Gordner, Brown, Schlott. SECOND Row: Angstadt, Bellman, Helms, Bredbenner, MacDonough, Adler, Lascomh, Wertz, Weaver, Manwiller. THIRD ROW: Richard Zettlemoyer, Stabolepszy, Tomeo, Richards, Rittenhouse, Rapp, Coller, Zeller. FOURTH Row: Pearah, Rohrbacher, Williams, Musket, Delp, Gordner, Greer, Landis, Miller, Vogel. Eighfh Grade FIRST Row, left to right: Daniels, Smith, Harley, Ringler, Forlini, Huyett, Connolly, G. Seidel, DeAngelo Castellucci. SECOND Row: Lotz, Campbell, Sander, Ripka, Lutz, Koch, Wolfgang, Keim, Rapp, Hertzog, Stetzler. THIRD Row: Slusser, Domenice, Sheipe, Kummerer, Grill, Fish, Reinert, Witte, Mumma. FOURTH Row: Stzoudt, Fogelman, M. Brown, Bachman, Tobias, Evans. FIRST Row, left to right: Raymond Williams, R. Spayd, Heller, Hinnershitz, Mengel, Buser, Manmiller, Martin, Kessler, Noll, Arnold. SECOND ROW: Brokenshire, Rauenzahn, Noble, Schmeck, Adam, B. DeTurk, Hoptley, Simons, Myers, P. DeTurk, Ronald Williams. THIRD ROW: Dietrich, Ahrens, Gilmore, J. DeTurk, Mattson, Parkyn, Albright, Keating, W. Brown. FOURTH Row: Fick, Hoover, Schoener, Hain, J. Conrad, Eschenbach, Manmiller. Eighfh Grocle FIRST Row, left to right: Dutt, Richard Rothenberger, Rodney Rothenberger, Meas, Malandra, D. Seidel, Noll, Reber, D. Brown, Ochs. SECOND Row: Ebling, Beale, Slonaker, Y. Boyer, Rohrbach, Spayd, Rothermel, Biehl, Buser. TI-IIRD ROW: McGowan, O'Donnell, Trievel, Lesher, Brossman, Forlini, Nye, McKee. FOURTH Row: Huyett, Wolfe, Weber. FIRST ROW, left to right: Zerbe, Shaw, Evans, Haisch, Bailey, Koch, Snyder, Reddy, Bensing, Faust. SECOND Row: Carbon, Shomo, Homan, Gundry, Losoncy, Baeighkley, Detweiler, Deangelis, Faber, Muthard Grim. THIRD ROW: Gable, Angstadt, Gabrielli, Smith, Browne, L. Reed, D. Adams, Britigan, L. Adams, Pott. FOURTH ROW: Mills, L. Wixon, Albright, Bates, DcMarco, R. Katzcnrnoyer. Sevenfh Grade FIRST ROW, left to right: Folk, Hartman, Yerger, Wentzel,Hohl, Arnold, Reedy, Rhoads, Shoemaker, Brendlinger SECOND ROW: R. Stephens, C. Katzenmoyer, Rogers, Spengler, Mengel, Dunkle, Trievel, Schaeffer, J. Delp, Rollman. THIRD ROW: G. Yeager, Bradley, Holland, Noecker, Moatz, Hower, Filrnan, K. Weidner, Allwcin. FOURTH Row: Ulrich, M. Wixon, Rarnich, Faller, Lilarosc, C. Brown, Mullen, Kress. FIRST Row, left to right: Redcay, Dussinger, Epting, M. Frick, Bower, R. Clinton, N. Slonaker, Koble, Brunner. SECOND Row: D. Richards, L. Clinton, A. Greer, Christ, N. Biehl, Sands, Larkin, B. Kurtz, C. Reitz, B. McKee. THIRD ROW: R. Fetter, D. Rothermel, McKently, R. Folk, L. Eddinger, Kenney, Elliott, Shay, B. Landis. FOURTH Row: Parzanese, L. Oxenreider, R. Spayd, J. Rothenberger, Yoder, R. Schoener. Sevenfh Grade FIRST Row, left to 'fighrz Dunkelberger, Wily, M. Marbarger, J. Trate, J. Adams, 1. Noll, F. Gring, june Delp, T. Price, R. Yeager. SECOND ROW: R. Steinhauer, Werner, C. Wagner, Petree, Geisler, Yeager, N. Noll, Waldman, Hill, S. Seyfert, Swoyer. THIRD Row: Strausseir, L. Williams, E. Evans, Anderson, C. Moyer, P. Thomas, S. Stephens, A. Williams, B. Ree . FOURTH Row:C. Miller, D. Heller, P. Biehl, H. .Encly, L. Weidner, E. Steinhauer. Acfivi Hes Cccupy the spare time of our energetic students . . . efficient Observer staff journeyed to the P.S.P.A. Convention in Allentown for pointers on page makeup and writing . . . Student Council's second annual Holly Hop proved a terrific success . . . YfTeens encourage leapfyear tradition through W. P. A. Valentine Dance . . . interesting assemblies created by debaters' triangleflvluhlenberg, Shillington, and Boyertown . . . Muhlaires and Muhleteers provided vocal harmony at Cost Account' ants' Club . . . "Kiss Your Honey," the big hit at Horizon Hoedown . . . breathing space provided for choristers and shops upon transferring to new wing . . . talented students and teachers contributed long hours of hard work to create a wonderful show, "The Muhl Revue' '... Honor Society conducted the assembly which brought the highest honors in school to 17 lucky students . . . May we never forget the fine performf ances witnessed at the class plays . . . Horizon Club and YfTeens both planned a threefday tour of New York City . . . Miss Ebling's dexterous cooks gained valuable experience serving the local Lions and the Berks County Schoolmen's Club. l30l E 1 I : e S 5 i , 5 3 I s F I , : i Fmsr Row, left to right: Seyfert, S. Arnold, D. Seidel, Geisler, Larkin, Pott, Katzenmoyer, N. Faber. SECOND Row: Hertzog, M. Wixon, Hinkle, J. Martin, Manwiller, Zeller, F.. Snyder, Ramsey. THIRD Row: Bair, Pearah, Richards, Rohrbach, P. Thomas, joan Adams, Pearah. FOURTH Row: Bunnell, Ringler, Adler, M. White, J. Reber, Hassler, M. Glass, Ulmer. FIFTH Row: Ziegler, E. Rothermel, B. Holl, Brossman, Clouser, Hain, Smith, S. Bare, W. Cordier. Year Highlighted by Brislc Campaigns Student Council is a growing organization at M. T. H. S .... second annual "Holly Hop" proved a wonderful occasion . . . Student Council members held a successful cake sale . . . snappy book covers and pennants were also sold . . . talks on sportsmanship in assembly helped to improve the conduct at basketball games . . . President Larry Brossman conducted a meeting at State Student Council Conference at West Reading . . he also spoke at a P. T. A. meeting and helped with the dedication of the new Wing . . . through the efforts of the Council, clothes racks are being constructed to be used at basketball games and other occasions . . . noonfday dances- another successful project . . . spectacular political campaign throughout the school was spiced with colorful banners and posters . . . supervised by Miss Esther Willits and Mrs. Hazel Ramsay. - A OFFICERS President ....... ........... .... L A RRY BROSSMAN VicefP'resident .... .... R ONALD CLOUSER Secretary ..... . . ,JOYCEANN SMITH Treasurer. . . ..... JEAN HAIN ll32ll Society Ends Year With Successful Trip Held impressive induction ceremony in senior assembly, March 2, 1951 . . . ushered eleven seniors and six juniors into membership . . . Henry Greenawald presided, assisted by Larry Brossman, Peggy Hinkle, Elizabeth Rothermel, Mary Ann Shaner, and Kenneth Trexler elected to membership in their junior year . . . Dr. William Fink, head of Education Department at Kutztovvn State Teachers College, speaker, stressed four principlesfCI-IARACTER, LEADERSHIP, scHoLARsI-IIP, and SERVICE . . . held weekly meetings to plan projects and discuss problems . . . Registration fees of representatives attending Student Workers' Conference at Wilson High School financed by successful sale of chrysanthemums at football games . . . welcomed all visitors, including debaters, performers in the Antrim assemblies, and speakers . . . conducted presidential Student Council elections plus the referendum . . . also refedited handbook . . . enjoyed educaf tional tour of Philadelphia . . . Miss Esther Willits, adviser. OFFICERS President ....... .......... ..... H E NRY GREBNAWALD VicefPresident .... ..,. E LIZABETH ROTI-IERMEL Secretary ..... . . .... . .PEGGY HINKLE Treasurer. . , ..,. LARRY BROSSMAN FIRST Row, left to right: B. Meck, M. Hill, Bitner, Bunnell, Pearah, J. Hain, Schoener. SECOND Row: Rapp, Reddy, Kirk, Hinkle, Bare, Shaner, Rothermel, Goodhart, Gaul, Delp. THIRD Row: Cxenreider, Trexler, Creenawald, Brossman, Clouser, Pentz. ll53ll FIRST Row, left to right: Hassler, G. Rothermel, Spanier, Ramsey, A. Moyer, B. Kurtz, Hinkle, B. Meck, J. Weller, B. Holl. SECOND Row: L. Williams, Dellicker, C. Zeller, S. Becker, Letsche, S. Valeriano, Bertolet, F. Biehl, B. Balthaser, Wanner, J. Snyder, Kirk. THIRD Row: C. Daniels, Bare, A. Faller, Leas, Bauer, Snyder, Bunnell, Bulles, Pearah, Seyfert, A. Keisling, Hetrich. FOURTH Row: C. Meck, N. Napoletano, Blatt, Ray, D. Knoll, Schell, Ulmer, Haines, DeTurk, C. Mills, A. Camilli. FIFTH Row: J. Canonico, J. Folk, T. Canonico, O. Walschburger, L. Holl, Clouser, B. Oxenreider, R. Heckman, H. Greenawald, R. Dautrich, W. Snyder. M. T. H. S. lnifiofes New Safely Council Hall Patrol, supervisors of traffic during stampeding of classes . . . violators tried by three jurors . . . members chosen from eleventh and twelfth grades . . . senior members choose ref placements for the following year . . . new addition to the building called for more patrol members to guide the rush of hungry students to the cafeteria . . . awards presented, first year-credit, second-letter . . . disciplinarians led by Mr. Reinert . . . Highway Patrol, enforcers of safety rules . . . five female judges impose sentences on offenders . . . a new safety council created consisting of six members, four from patrol, two from court . . . governing body is this safety council . . . for untiring effort in the field of duty, awards received are first year-certificates, second-letter, third, if senior,-charm . . . this troop of girls with the exception of four boys is led by Mr. Boyer. ll34l Debofers Speak on Weekly Broadcasts REsOLvED: "That the American People Should Reject the Welfare State," the topic for debate this year . . . both teams heard in trial debates during assemblies at M. T. H. S. . . first team formed a triangle with Boyertown and Shillington-Helen Schoener and Henry Greenawald at Boyertown, Elizabeth Rothermel and Larry Brossman at Shillington, Jean Hain and Peggy Hinkle at home . . . the second team debated with Exeter and Pennside-Jacqueline Martin and Jan Musser at Pennside, Mary Kramer and Lois Hughes at Exeter, Joan Brown and Kenneth Trexler at home . . . debates held during the week of February 19-23 . . . first team also debated for the Lion's Club, February 27 and the Democratic Club, March 8 . . . members represented Muhlenberg on a weekly radio program, "Junior Town Meeting of the Air," which originated from city and county schools . . . Larry Brossman was a member of the Student Steering Com' mittee which arranged these broadcasts . . . Henry Creenawald spoke at Muhlenberg . . . other speakers were: Doris Pearson, Helen Schoener, Kenneth Trexler, Jean Hain, Larry Brossman, and Elizabeth Rothermel . . questioners were: Lois Hughes, Jacqueline Martin, Jan Musser, Virginia Manwiller, and Joan Brown . . . coacheseMrs. Stella Roth, and Mr. John Harris. FIRST TEAM Affirmative Negative HENRY GREENAWALD HELEN SCHOENER ELIZABETH ROTHERMEL LARRY BROSSMAN JEAN HAIN PEGGY HINKLE SECOND TEAM MARY KRAMER LOIS HUGHES JAN MUSSER JACQUELINE MARTIN KENNETH TREXLER JOAN BROWN FIRST ROW, left to right: Brossman, Hinkle, Hain, Schoener, Rothermel, Creenawald. SECOND Row: Martin, Kramer, Musser, Trexler, Brown, Hughes. I ll35ll Fmsr Row, left to right: J. Snyder, Bricker, Haggerty, Leighton, Kline, M. Knoll, Schaeffer, Manwiller, Heiter, Hain. SECOND Row: Breininger, Bunnell, Geary, S. Rapp, Pehlman, D. Adams, Bare, Wanner, Becker, Yarnell, Delp. THIRD Row: B. Adams, Kauffman, Kramer, Senft, Seidel, Conrad, Gardner, Clark, Reed, Reddy, Cochran. FOURTH Row: Yoh, Guldin, Kochel, J. Rapp, Stump, Bredbenner, Tobias, Shaver, Brady, Hoffmann, D. Knoll, Kutzer. FIFTH Row: Fish, Kleinsmith, Waldman, Dietz, Miss Rahn, Spangler, Kilgore, Correll. "Women Poy All" of Y-Teen Donce Hilarious play, "Thursday at Home," directed by Patricia Reddy, presented in assembly . . . had fun with HifY at joint Christmas party . . . fluttering hearts at the W.P.A. Valentine Dance . . . twenty lovely YfTeen damsels modeled in their Spring Fashion Show . . . entertained mothers at annual tea, also teachers at Apple Polishing Party . . . planned impressive May Day . . . added to treasury by toting potato chips, selling scotch tape, and cakes . . . operated Dress and Merf chandise clubs . . . filled rulers with pennies which aided Fellowship House . . . food boxes were packed for needy families . . . will award twentyffive dollars to a deserving senior . .. represented M.T.H.S. at MidfWinter Conference at the Y.W.C.A .... Shirley Rapp and Fay Geary attended the InterfC1ub Council at Albright College . . . skating party created spills 'n' thrills . . . took part in dedication of the new cafeteria . . . senior YfTeeners ended year with a trip to New York . . . Miss Frances Rahn, adviser. OFFICERS President ..,..... ........... ........ S H IRLBY RAPP VicefPresident .... .... B ARBARA WANNER Secretary ........ ....... D ORIS ADAM Senior Treasurer. . . ....... SHIRLEY BARR junior Treasurer. . . .... GLORIA PEHLMAN ll36ll Hi-Y Sponsors "Oscars" for Senior Afhlefes Shoe shine? . . . HifY fellows shined numerous shoes on day of initiation . . . sponsored "Football Dance" the day of the victorious Wilson game . . . joined YfTeens to present gift boxes to members of high school staff at Christmas . . . before cafeteria opened, ice cream was sold during lunch period to raise funds . . . Paul Hetrich, Christie Mills, and Nat Napoletano attended Central East District Council at West Lawn . . . Paul Hetrich and Lee Williams repref sented the group at the Older Boys Conference at Ardmore . . . half of the Muhl Revue sponsors, offering script and technical advice . . . assisted in the cleanfup campaign . . . club presented "Oscars" to all senior lettermen in football, basketball, baseball, and track . . . will finish the season with a banquet . . . Mr. Spancake, adviser. OFFICERS President ....... ...........,. .... C H RISTIE MILLS VicefPresident. . . . . .PAUL HETRICH Secretary ....,. ..... L EE WILLIAMS Treasurer .... . . .NAT NAPOLETANO Chaplain. . . .... GERALD DETURK FIRST Row, left to right: T. Cochran, Hetrich, C. Mills, N. Napoletano, L. Williams, DeTurk, Musser, L. Noecker, R Burkhart. SECOND Row: Meck, L. Brossman, J. Simpson, R. Shirk, Hamaker, Blatt, Wheeler, J. Frick, Althouse. THIRD Row: W. Cordier, Henn, Sweitzcr, Hasker, B. Shipe, A. Ziegler, E. Oswald, Heim, E. Weidner, Lcrch. FOURTH ROW: J. Folk, R. Rapp, J. Cordier, R. Sell, W. Johnson, W. Snyder, Kline, Heckrnan, E. Rotherrnel. FIFTH Row: J. Canonico, Camilli, B. Oxcnrcider, L. Holl, Clouser, R. Burkhart, A. Rcntschlcr, Wolfgang, O. Walschburger, Knoll. l ll37l FIRST Row, left to right: J. Martin, C. Hill, Billman, H. Schoener, Hinkle, E. Rothermel, N. Shoff, J. Tobias, Wingert. SECOND Row: M. Shaner, B. Adams, Barr, High, C. Zeller, Hughes, J. Smith, Bulles, P. Schaeffer, Pearah, B. Meck. THIRD Row: Bechtel, M. Hill, D. Brokenshire, Tobias, Miss Staudt, Trego, Stump, M. Koch, Bitner. FOURTH Row: Pearson, Dojan. "Big Doingsu of Horizon Club Conference uAs horizons are ever changing and always distant . . . " Muhlenberg Horizon Club comf menced its program for the year with an enjoyable weekend trip at Blue Mountain Camp, Hamburg . . . can you imagine seeing a flock of girls prancing to a party in their P.1.'s???-well, it happened at Miss Staudt's "Come As You Are Breakfast" . . . "choose your partner and around you go" at the hoedown called "The Snowdownw which was very exhausting . . . the major portion of the year's program was devoted to preparations for the fivefstate Horizon Club Conference sponsored by the Reading Council of Camp Fire Girls . . . the annual banquet included Mothers, Dads, and Daughters . . . decorations and dedication ceremony for the cafeteria were one of the club's projects . . . the season was ended with a memorable trip to New York City, seeing the United Nations, "South Pacific," television and radio programs plus many other sights of interest . . . "I shall reach ever outward to the horizon that is always just beyond my grasp." OFFICERS President ...,.. .....,....,.. ......, P B GGY HINKLE VicefP'resident. , . .......... ....... H ELEN SCHOENER Secretary ..... , . .ELIZABETH ROTHERMEL Treasurer .... ......... N ANCY SHOFF ll38ll Red Cross Girls Compile Album Holiday favors form the major part of the work of the Junior Red Cross . . . lollipops that looked like brooms for Halloween . . . Christmas favors of Santa going down the chimney . . . egg shells of different designs for Easter, these being sent to Coaldale Hospital for Chrildren . . . the older girls made an album which illustrated interesting information about the club, school, community, and state to be circulated among other Red Cross Clubs . . . parties and activities for this year were led by Miss Miriam Moyer and Mrs. Ella Bresler. OFFICERS President ....., .......... . . .CONSTANCE SHAVBR VicefP'resident .... .... R OBERTA SCHMEHL Secretary ....... . . .ANGELYN MOYER Treasurer. . . .... SHIRLEY CORRELL Fmsr Row, left to right: W. Heller, P. Noll, D. Ringler, M. Harley, J. Huyett, L. Mengel, S. Manwiller, E. Hinnershitz R. Wi iams. SECOND Row: L.Manwiller, M.Shirk, B.Seidel, Beale, Nagle, T.Lutz, A.Sander, Malandra, Simons, B.DeTurk, R.Rothenberger THIRD ROW: H. Keating, A. Moyer, F. Biehl, P. Slonaker, M. Rapp, Ripka, Spanier, Tomeo, S. Shoemaker, Rittenhouse B. Reinert. FOURTH Row: Eschenbach, S. Wilson, Bulles, Correll, Bertolet, Leininger, B.Balthaser, V.Sander, P.Schaeffer, C.Shaver, Ahrens. FIFTH Row: D. Reed, B. Greth, Kummerer, Grill, Y. Boyer, J. Fish, N. Rohrbach. ll39ll 1 FIRST Row, left to right: Dojan, Adams, Meck, Shaner, Knoll. SECOND Row: Reddy, Stayman, Kershncr, Wolfgang, Harley, Trcxlcr, Rapp. "Straws for Two" Threefact comedy presented by the seniors in the high school auditorium on November 16 and 17 . . . settingfMiss Sauer's Sweet Shoppe where plot centers around Sam and his endless problems . . . Sam tutors George so that he can wear George's new suit to get a job and eventually to win Carol . . . when the coach announces that Buck has been chosen for the AllfCity High game, Carol, who prefers leading athletes only, switches her affections to Buck . . . to build up Sam, his constant admirer Susie, puts an advertisement in the school paper proclaiming Sam the bestfdressed high school man of the year . . . everybody is after Sam while he tries to keep his borrowed suit to protect his job . . . one of his pursuers is the best runner in school . . Result: Sam is entered in the mile run the next day, not only is he victorious, but also discovers Susie is more sincere than Carol . . . directed by Mrs. Jean Curley. CAST Sam .... .....,..... ...., T H OMAS WOLFGANG George .... . .GERALD KERSHNER fcmey ...... ...... D oius ADAMS Miss Sauer. . . Buck ....... . . . .DoLoREs DOJAN . . . . .HOWARD HARLEY Coach .... .... H AROLD STAYMAN Susie .... . .BETTY LOU MECK Carol. . . MARY ANN SHANER Leslie ...... . ...... SHILREY RAPP Simpy .,........ . . . ,PATRICIA REDDY Adrienne Ames .... .... D OROTHY KNOLL 40 "Our Heorfs Were Young oncl Guy" Presented by the juniors on March 15 and 16 . . . Sfact comedy centers around Cornelia Ctis Skinner and Emily Kimbrough trying to prove how "mature and cosmopolitan' they could be on a trip to Europe . . . exciting adventures include a Stowaway and mistaking the leader of the ship's band for an admiral . . . as the ship nears port Cornelia becomes ill . . . two medical students diagnose the case-measles . . . Cornelia escapes the quarantine and they are off to Paris where they become involved with a gas meter that explodes, sleep in a bed that Cardinal Richelieu once used, and try to convince a French actor to give them acting lessons . . . "roaring twenties" costumes provided audience with many laughs . . . directed by Mrs. Hazel Ramsay. Cornelia Otis Skinner ....,......,....,. ..... . ...... . , .... BARBARA WANNER Emily Kimbrough ..,... ..,.,.. . . . Mrs. Skinner. . . Otis Skinner .... Harriet Sr. John. Winifred Blaugli. Stewardess ...... Admiral ..,.., Madame Elise, . Therese ........ Window Cleaner Leo McEvoy .... Dick Winters. . . Steward ..,......,..., . . . Inspector ....,.. Monsieur De La Croix .... Purser ..... ...... . , . . . MARY LEE PEARAH . . . .... JOAN RAPP . . . .ROBERT REESER HELEN DRUMHELLER . . ........ ANN STUMP . .BARBARA KOCHEL . .EARL ROTHERMEL . . . .JEAN SWEITZER . . . . . .JEAN BULLES . .BARRY ROHRBACH . . . .KENNETH CLASS . . . .GERALD DETURK . . . RONALD RAPP . .CHARLES DANIELS . . . . . .BARRY SHIPE . . . ,DAVID ADAMS FIRST Row, left to right: Class, Waniicr, Shipe, Pearah, DeTurk. SECOND Row: Daniels, J. Snyder, Rapp, Adams, Rothcrmel, Bulles, Rccscr, Swcitzcr, Hain. THIRD Row: Drumheller, Rapp, Kochel, Stump. H4111 Left to Right: Mr. Shaner, Zeller, Musser, Wheeler, Eyrich. Sfoge Crew Enocfs lmporfonf Role Power behind the scenes . . . stages all high school entertainment plus grade school operf ettas . . . diligently hauls stage equipment to proper positions . . variety of props proves their stage hand ability . . impromptu participants in the Judo exhibition . . . discovery: that new scenery can be used on either side . . . supervised by Mr. James B. Shaner, Jr. ll42ll Projecfionisf Club Serves Classes Comprised of members from ninth to twelfth grades . . . training students to operate motion picture equipment is main objective of club . . . proved to be great aids to teachers by showing films to classes . . . received gifts of a 16 mm. sound projector from P.A.T.A., wire recorder from the class of 1950, and film for film strip library, which were added to present equipment . . . Written examination and mechanical proficiency test is required of all members to receive credit at the end of the year . . advised by Mr. Myron Boyer. FIRST Row, left to right: J. Kline, J. Snyder, B. Shoemaker, F. Biehl, J. Bown, P. Reitz. SECOND Row: A. Mengel, D. Snyder, R. Becker, L. Ulmer. ll45ll Fms-r Row, left to right: J. Garber, B. Keller, O. Kutz, R. White, J. Koch. SECOND Row: E. Wheeler, M. Hill, B. Zipp, R. Rothenbergcr. THIRD Row: D. Rothenbcrger, A. Pcntz, D. Althouse. "Com Fans" Learn Developing Process Photography Club members develop, print, and enlarge their own pictures . . Berks Camera Club entertained the organization with films on taking, developing, and printing pictures . . . roamed campus taking shots during activities periods . . . viewed slides on photography techniques . . . were the instigators of the sudden flashes at the Muhl Revue . . . Mr. Claude Spancake, adviser. OFFICERS President ..........,................. ...... O UIDA Kurz VicefP'resident cmd Secretary .... .... M ARILYN HILL Treasurer ..,..........,, . . .BETTY KELLER l44l OFFICERS Bond Establishes Governing Board Talent recruited from junior and senior high . . . found rehearsing every Thursday and Friday mornings . . . proudly sport school colors in blue and gold uniforms , . . ardent fans of "boogie" . . . cofsponsors of Muhl Revue for which a dance orchestra was formed . . . sent representatives to County and District Bands, as well as County and District Orchestras . . . assembly vvelcomers . . . band council to enforce new rules and regulations inaugurated this year . . . regular band performs for all athletic events, parades, pep rallies, May Day, Open House, and outside Organif zations such as Lions Club and American Legion . . . participated in dedicatory program for new wing . . . sponsored annual band concert . . . Mr. Henry Hoffman, Director, Paul Haines, Student Director. President ........ ViCefPreside'nt .... Secretaryfreasurer. . . Librarian ..,. ...., . .....,..,....,..,. , . County Band MARJORIE BALTHASER ROBERT BOYER RONALD CLOUSER GERALD DETURK WALTER GARDNER HENRY GREENAWALD PHYLLIS GLASS LESLIE HOFFMAN JAY THOMAS BARBARA ULSHAEER JEANETTE WELLER Eastern District Band ROBERT BOYER WALTER GARDNER HENRY GREENAWALD LESLIE HOFFMAN EARL LODER PATRICIA MAYS ...,.......PAULHAINES BARRETT OXENREIDER . . . , . . . ,PATRICIA REITZ , .....,. BARBARA KOOHEL Eastern District Orchestra ROBERT BOYER GLENN ECKERT WALTER GARDNER MARILYN HILL MARILYN LETSCHE EDWIN LOTZ County Orchestra ROBERT BOYER MARILYN HILL FIRST Row, left to right: Breininger, Ulrich, Glass, Balthaser, Weller, Rothermel, Shoff, Miller, Hoffman. SECOND Row: Filman, Mays, Kiesling, Kochel, Reitz, Ulshafer, Hoffman, K. Greenawald. TI-IIRD Row: Weber, Brokenshire, McGowan, Shalter, Thomas, DeTurk, Goheen, Adams, Haines. FOURTH Row: Wagner, Clouser, Wentzel, Dehart, Kissinger, Boyer, Oxenreider, H. Greenawald, Trexler. FIFTH Row: Gardner, Johnson, Shaver. ll45ll Moioreffes FIRST Row, left to right: Boyer. SECOND Row: Haggerty, Wanner, Kurtz. THIRD Row: Breininger, Kramer, Seidel, Ray F og Twlr ers I ' I Left to right: J. Gardner, Letsche, Heiter, Becker, Bulles. Front: Ryan. High Sfeppers Creole New Drills LeftAleft-left, right, leftfcan be heard wherever majorettes and flag twirlers are found . . . entertained with complex routines . . . always had special drills for special occasions. . . donned masques at HalloWe'en . . . can even boast of visits from Old St. Nick at Christmas' time basketball games . . . flag twirlers composed of six junior and sophomore girls are led hy Fay Heiter . . . Marilyn Ray kept the six majorettes in step . . . coached by Mr. Quentin Keath . . . head band majorette, Betty Breininger-senior "highfstepper" for five years, and majorette for six . . . "here come the flags" . . . carried by the color guard, who are senior girls chosen to lead the band . . . new, lightfweight flags replaced heavy ones this year . . . color guard is in Mr. Henry Hoffman's charge. Left to right: Billman, D. Gardner, Stump, Rapp. 54711 Left to right: Rothermel, Smith, Barbara Adams, Geary, Hain, Pearah, Stump. Front: Doris Adams. Vorsify Cheerleaders Rouse School Spirit Rah, Muhlenberg! . . . cheerers at all varsity football and basketball games . . . also paraded with marching unit at Ephrata . . . six seniors and one junior . . . will remember the nonfleague basketball game at Sinking Spring . . . "Give 'em the ax" and "Go get 'em," favorite cheers . . . held pep rallies . . . trained group of fellows as cheerleaders for Color Day assembly . . . chose junior cheerleaders and next year's varsity cheerleaders after a probation period . . . head cheerf leader sported new uniform this year . . . practices held every Monday and Wednesday after school . . . adopted a ruling on attendance at games . . . girls receive a chenille letter for two years of faithful service and a charm for three years . . . adviser Mr. Henry Hoffman. JIVE YELL FOOTBALL YELL Now listen my children End, center, tackle, guard And you shall hear Get your men and hit them hard It's better than the ride of Paul Revere Hit them high, hit them low It's about our team Come on Muhlenberg, let's go. And it's mighty hot, Cause every man is a solid shot. VARSITY YELL We got the tfefa-in V-a-r-s-ift-y lt's on the beefafm Rah Varsity TeameTeamfTeam. ll48ll Junior Squoci Introduces New Cheers Are you ready? Let's go-opening of all cheers . . . cheered at V. basketball and footbill games . . . squad chosen from grades 10 and 11 . . . trained by varsity cheerleaders Extri Extra" and many other new cheers inaugurated by the girls . . . acquired snappy sweaters during basketball season . . . composed of three juniors and five sophomores . . got hoarse from cheering for pep rallys and color day . . . girls receive a felt letter for one year of service . . . advisere-Mr. Henry Hoffman. J. V. VICTOIKY YELL What's our goal? VICTORY! For our junior Varsity. We got the pep, We got the steam, So come on Muhls Beat that team. SHOOT ,EM HIGH Shoot 'em high Shoot 'em low Come on Muhleiuberg Let's go. Chuck 'em in the basket Dribble down the floor, Come on Muhleiaberg Score some more. Fxlsr Row, left to right: E. Snyder, D. Meek, Shalter, Kline, Conrad, G. Seidel. SECOND Row: M. Knoll, Hessler. 4911 FIRST Row, left to right: Hinkle, Stellfox, Hamaker, J. Snyder, Becker, Billman, Bossert, Hetrich, Summons, Wanner, Bergman, Jeanette Weller, Pearah, Machemer, F. Schmeck, Haggerty. SECOND Row: E. Snyder, B. Adams, Bunnell, Steininger, J. Seidel, B. Keller, Machemer, K. Greenawald, Frederick, W. Cordier, Geary, S. Rapp, Barr, Althouse, Bulles, F. Fick. THIRD ROW: Schoener, Hoffmann, M. Koch, C. A. Bechtel, Sweitzer, S. Yeager, Manwiller, Rothermel, Brendlinger, R. Dautrich, L. Hoffman, Letsche, Shalter, Conrad, Ulshafer, C. Bechtel. FOURTH ROW: Kochel, Moyer, Folk, Fish, D. Knoll, D. Adams, Sitlinger, Kemmerer, Reeser, Boyer, Shaner, Smith, Clark, Guldin, E. Rothermel. FIFTH ROW: Dojan, Bare, G. Seidel, N. Shoff, J. Brown, Wolfgang, B. Folk, Holl, Daniels, Rohrbacher, Mays, Reitz. Pehlman, M. Kramer, Bredbenner. SIXTH ROW: Shalter, L. Williams, Goodhart, Althouse, B. Shipe, Camilli, H. Greenawald, Trexler, Ziegler, Clouser, A. Walschburger, Oxenreider, R. Heckman, J. Weidner, Kershner, DeTurk. Chorisfers End Season With Annual Concerf Muhlenberg's "Blue Gowns" . . . record membership of one hundred senior high school students . . . early risers due at rehearsal at 7:45 a.m .... popular Muhlaires and Muhleteers again organized . . . early preparation for the open house program . . . participated in a recital for the Reading Music Teachers Association held at the Reading WOIDHHQS Club . . . presented sacred concerts in local churches . . . Muhlaires sang return engagements for the Birdsboro WOman's Club and the Muhlenberg LiOn's Club . . . Muhlaires and Muhleteers combined their talents for the Christmas program, P.T.A. in February, Cost Accountants at Wyomissing Club, and dedication Of the school cafeteria . . . Muhlenberg well represented at County Chorus concert, February 24 . . . District Chorus concert, January 13, attended by seven choristers . . . Dolores Dojan Won a coveted solo spot in the State Chorus concert held February 9, 10 . . . all vocal groups climaxed the year with the annual Spring Concert . . . director, Miss Alta Horton. EASTERN DISTRICT CHORUS DARWIN BRENDLINGER DOLORES DOJAN DARWIN BRENDLINGER JEAN BULLES LOLITA BUNNELL DORIS CLARK WILLIAM CORDIER RICHARD DAUTRIOI-I GERALD DETURK DOLORES DOJAN MARY KRAMER GLORIA SEIDEL JOAN SEIDEL STATE CHORUS DOLORES DOJAN COUNTY CHORUS CAROLYN FOLK PAUL HETRICI-I PEGGY HINKLE BARBARA KOCHEL MARY KRAMER PATRICIA MAYS MARY LEE PEARAH ROBERT REESIER BARBARA WANNER JEANETTE WELLFR PATRICIA REITZ EARL ROTHERMEL GLORIA SEIDEL JOAN SEIDEL JOAN SNYDER KENNETH TREXLER BARBARA WANNER TIIOMAS WOLFGANG Mgfhloires FIRST Row, left to right: J. Seidel, Warmer, Steininger, Hinkle, Billman. SECOND Row: Rothermel, G. Seideln Bulles, Reitz, Dojan, Fick. Muhlefeers Fmsr Row, left to right: Rohrbacher, W. Cordier, Goodhart, Hetrich, K. Greenawald, Trexler SECOND Row: Walschburger, Hackman, Rothermel, Clouscr, Brendlinger, Reeser. FIRST Row, left to right: S. Kline, C. Tobias, Wadsworth, Wanner, Hinkle, J. Rapp, Heiter, Steininger, P. Schaeffer. SECOND Row: Wheeler, High, Rothermel, J. Hain, Reddy, Bunnell, Bulles, Pearah, Kochel, Conrad, W. Cordier. THIRD Row: Hoffmann, Erma Kleinsmith, Schoener, EthelKleinsmith, J. Angstadt, C. Strickler, W. Schell, J. Koch, Kauffman, Ray. FOURTH Row: L. Brossman, Wolfgang, Holland, Glass, Pearson, M. Hill, Dojan, R. Rapp, R. Dautrich, Fronefield, Stayman. Gbserver Again Achieves First Place Rofing Twentyfthird year of publication inaugurated "Odds 'nl Ends" and a series of poems on feature page in addition to "Late Flashes" on first page . . . second annual quiz show emcee'd by Larry Brossman began the subscription campaign with a 'Lhonk' and netted 520 subscribers . . . cavalcade Of personality sketches plus Alumni News confirmed the fact that "names are news' . . . complete coverage given to construction of the new annex . . . eleven junior and senior journalism students attended P. S. P. A. conference at Allentown . . . Lolita Bunnell chosen as delegate to C. S. P. A. conference in New York City . . . Scholastic Rotos distributed with each issue . . . student opinion poll determined reader appeal . . . honored with first place rating in N. S. P. A., C. S. P. A. and P. S. P. A. contests . . . exchanged publications with numerous schools in the United States . . . iuniors and seniors collaborated for last five issues. STAFF News Editor ............ ............ ....... P E GGY HINICLE Assistant News Editor .... ...,..... ......... M A RILYN HILL Feature Editor ..,.,...... ..., T I-IOMAS WOLFGANG Sports Editor ........,.... .... W ILLIAM CORDIER Page One Make-Up Editor .... ....,. D ORIS PEARSON Page Two MalgefUp Editor ,... ..... G LORIA STEININGER Page 'Three MalqefUp Editor, . . , , . ...,,.. RICHARD DAUTRICH Page Four MalqefUp Editor .... ................... P ATRICIA REDDY Headline Editor ..,...,,.... ...,.,................ M ARILYN RAY Photographers .....,..... .,,..... E LMER WHEELER, DANIEL ALTHOUSE Art Editor .......,. .............,.........,,.. M ARILYN HILL Business Managers .... ..,.. F. LIZAEETI-I ROTHERMEL, THOMAS WOLFGANG Circulation Manager .... .. ....................................... DALE HOLLAND Promotion Manager ...................,......................,.,,................. LARRY BRossMAN Typists .....,...,... . .,.........,.....,...,., FREDERICK FRONEFIELD, ETHEL KLEINSMITI-I, ERNIA KLEINSMITH Reporters ..........,., JANE ANGSTADT, JEAN BULLES, LOLITA BUNNELL, JUDITH CONRAD, JEAN HAIN, JACQUELINE HIGH, SHIRLEY KAUFFMAN, BARBARA KOCHEL, JOYCE KOCH, MARY LEE PEARAH, JOAN RAPP, RONALD RAPP, PATRICIA SCHAEEEER, WINIERED SCHELL, HELEN SCHOENER, CONSTANCE STRICKLER, BARBARA WASDWORTH, BARBARA WANNER, ANN HOFFMANN, DOLORES DOJAN, FREDERICK FRONEFIELD. Advisory Board. ......,.,.. .. ........... HARRY G. GEREERICH, MIRIAM E. MOYER, CAROLYN J. TREXLER SHIRLEY BARE GRETA BRICKER DOLORES DOJAN BETTY HAIN CAROL BECHTEL JEAN BILLMAN BETTY BRADY DOROTHY FISH MARIE GAUL RICHARD BOTCH BETTY BREININGER LUCY GASPARI FAY GEARY LEE HOLL ROBERT BURKHART BARBARA ADAMS DORIS ADAMS VIRGINIA BARR SARAH CACNETTI JANET COCHRAN Muhltohi MISS THELMA L. KNAUSS, Adviser EDITORIAL STAFF CAROLYN HILL ETHEL KILGORE MARILYN HILL DOROTHY KNOLL PEGGY HINKLE MARY ANN KOCH ANN HOEEMANN JUNE MACHEMER SENIOR WRITEfUPS Twelfth Grade English Classes - MRS. JEAN B. CURLEY ORGANIZATIONS AND ATHLETICS GERALD KERSHNER KENNETH KIRK JOYCEANN SMITH DORIS SPANGLER BUSINESS DORIS GULDIN ETHEL KLEINSMITH HOWARD HARLEY DOROTHY NOLL PHOTOGRAPHY WALTER JOHNSON CARL LASH BETTY KELLER SHIRLEY MILLER FREDERICK KNOLL DOLORES SCHAEFFER OUIDA KUTZ ROMAINE SENET ART PAUL HAINES CHRISTINE DELP ARLENE DIETZ FERN FICK DORIS GARDNER MARILYN HILL MRS. ESTELLA I. RUPP, Advise-r TYPISTS MARY IRWIN JUNE KELLER DOROTHY KNOLL PATRICIA MAYS DORIS PEARSON ELIZABETH ROTHERMEL MARY ANN SHANER GLORIA STEININCER JUNE TREGO GRETA WINCERT NANCY SHOEE VIOLA TRATE JUNE TREGO BETTY YARNELL SHIRLEY YEAGER BARBARA KURTZ OUIDA KUTZ SHIRLEY RAPP GERALDINE REED PAY SCHMECK JEAN STUMP MARIE GAUL ' lI53ll Afhlefics Sports of '51 . . . football season proved very successful . . . had to share Berks County Championship with Wilson and Shillington . . . first night game under portable lights on our athletic field on September 16 . . .Alumnfs "Homecoming Day" celebrated with a dance on the evening of November 11 . . . remember the game with Wilson?-Shipe's educated toe gave the team a onefpoint lead . . . first jr. High football team comf peted with other schools . . crossfcountry team again came to life . . . basketball fans flocked to the first game with Wernersville after the pep rally assembly . . . did you ever see so much blue and gold as on Color Day???-everyone was wearing the gold shirts sold by the majorettes, flag tvvirlers, and color guard . . . Charlie Meck scored the two points in an extra period against Shillingtonewasdt that the most exciting garne??? . . . what group of girls were found crying at the last basketball game??? . . . three cheers for last year's championship baseball team E- here's hoping this yearis team has as much Comph! . . . may the track team of '51 hop, skip, and jump its Way to success . . . C.A.A. lassies fed the hungry hordes at home games . . . junior high maidens swell ranks of G.A.A. lf54ll f1:f5:.:ig-,Ugg-, - . - ' 151 V. -me :sv.s:.1.fm-Sag? -F5fxs1'1sf5'v4m'2ERf" :w .ef-, -V , aVx:+z,f new :fi-rc-s: "'p'.'5 iff? 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Knoll, J. Kline, J. Martin, J. Althouse, Leighton, V. Manwiller, Wanner, Hughes, Bricker. SECOND ROW: Ulmer, M. Pearah, J. Rapp, Bulles, C. Zeller, J. Snyder, P. Schaeffer, P. Reddy, J. Cochran, C. Tobias. THIRD Row: Hoffmann, Bunnell, Bitner, J. Hain, Yarnell, A. Stump, W. Schell, H. Schoener, G. Tobias, M. Waldman. FOURTH Row: J. Brown, B. Zipp, P. Reitz, C. Marberger, S. Schell, J. Thomas, D. Pearson, Kilgore, N. Shoff FIRST Row, left to right: M. Harley, S. Wentzel, McKently, N.Faher, D.Reddy, M.Frick, P. Reedy, Keim, J. Waldman, Beale, C. Reitz. SECOND Row: M. Shirk, Sands, Gundry, C. Katzenmoyer, A. Williams, A. Greer, Myers, C. Mengle, Losoncy, Stoudt, Larkin, J. Eddinger. THIRD Row: Wolford, R.Frick, Dellicker, S.Stephens, Kenney, L.Smith, L.AdaIns, Britigan, Filman, J.Adams, L.Bredhenner, Evans. FOURTH Row: Faller, B. Fetter, E. Baeighkley, P. Thomas, Parkyn, D. Reed, Leininger, Grill, Adler, A. Koch, L. Reed, V. Greer. G. A. A. Losses Prove Versofile Female athletes flex their muscles before and after school in various sports throughout the year . . . the seniors release their excess energy in competitive hockey, basketball, and volleyball . . . in the minor sports, which are softball, swimming, and archery, all grades participate intra' murally . . . honor teams in basketball and volleyball competed with Wilson, Exeter, Shillington, Sinking Spring, Mt. Penn, Mohnton, Hamburg, and Kutztown . . . enjoyed by allethose bus trips home from county schools . . . the junior high's program of major sports includes soccer, volleyball, and basketball . . . 'LPeanuts, candy, hot dogs, cokes," screamed the girls at football and basketball games to secure money for their fund . . . faithful attenders of eight practices and games in each major sport receive awards at the end of the year . . . Miss Olive Tennant, gym instructress, coach. PATRICIA REITZ OFFICERS President .....,... ,.............. ..,. P A TRICIA REDDY VicefPresider1t ...., , . .,..... JEAN HAIN Secretary ,..,... .BARBARA WANNER Treasurer .,....,. . ..,. BETTY YARNELL HONOR TEAMS Basketball Volleyball Senior Hi h Junior High Senior High Jumor High E JOAN ALTHOUSE CAROL BITNER JOAN BROWN JEAN HAIN DORIS PEARSON PATRICIA REDDY PATRICIA REITZ HELEN SCHOENER NANCY SHOFE VIRGINIA WOLEORD ANNA FALLER VIVIAN GREEK SYLVIA LEININGER CAROL MARBERGER DORIS REED BETTY STAILEY GRACE TOBIAS JOAN ALTHOUSE GRETA BRICKER JOAN BROWN LOLITA BUNNELL JANET OOCHRAN CAROLYN HILL MARIE KNOLL MARY KRAMER ANNA FALLER VIVIAN GREER SYLVIA LEININGER DORIS REED BETTY STAILEY CAROLYN MARBERGER WINIFRED SCI-IELL NANCY SI-IOEE JOYCEANN SMITH CLAUDETTE STRICRLER JOAN THOMAS Lors ULMER VIRGINIA WOLEORD BETTY ZIPP FIRST Row, left to right: Bitner, White, Althouse, Reddy, Grace Tobias, Lcininger, Wolford, Greer. SECOND Row: Stailey, Brown, Smith, Zeller, Bunnell, Bricker, Strickler, Hain, Hill. THIRD Row: Ulmer, Reitz, Marberger, Thomas, W. Schell, Reed, Schoener, Shoff. 1 25 FIRST Row, left to fight: Wennell, Brendlinger, J. Canonico, R. Heckrnan, Meek, Shipe, Weller, T. Canonico, Burkhart. SECOND Row: Brossman, Heim, Oxenreider, Napoletano, Hamaker, R. Adams, Stifnagle, Lerch, Blatt. THIRD Row: Williams, Noecker, Camilli, Sell, Becker, Sweitzer, Kline, Oswald, Loder. FOURTH Row: Feicht, Pearson, Kutz, Rapp, Henn, Snyder, C. Arnold, Ziegler, Zipp. FIFTH Row: A. Heckman, Hetrich, Mr. Clemens, Noll, Rohrbacher. FIRST Row, left to right: R. Manwiller, D. Brown, D. McKee, Napoletano, Reiter, Scheid, Feltenberger, E. Steinhauer, Bates Oxenreider, Reetz, M. Tobias. SECOND Row: Mr. Buckworth, Parzanese, Wadsworth, R. Zeller, Stoudt, Gring, Musket, Einsel, H. Endy, F. Hartman, Nye. THIRD Row: Bachman, DeWalt, ,I.Richards, W.Endy, Castellucci, Wily, W.Brown, Zerbe, L.Wixon, Rotherrnel, Muthard, B.Landis. Gridmen Do If Again M. T. H. S. secured fourth consecutive championship in six years . . . split 1950 crown with Wilson and Shillington . . . defeated Wilson by a hair's breadth to tie up the title . . . . thrilling tie with formidable rival, Schuylkill Haven . . . season highlighted by long journey to Morrisville with a brilliant 3343 score . . . "Best defensive team in the county" . . . coaching staff feels team did far better than had been expected . . . coached by Mr. Clemens and his assistants, Mr. Donald Fetterman and Mr. john B. White . . . Junior High football introduced this year . . . purposeeto give prospective candidates a chance to learn the fundamentals . . . coached by Mr. Charles Buckworth. Date Sept. 8 16 23 Oct. 7 13 20 28 Nov. 4 11 Dare Sept. 25 Oct. 2 16 23 30 Nov. 6 ak VARSITY SCHEDULE OPP. EPHRATA . . . 7 EMMAUS ........ 32 WILSON Bono ..,., O MORRISVILLE .... O SI-IILLINcToN"c. . . . . 14 SCHULYKILL HAVEN .... 7 WEST READINGT. . . 20 BOYERTOWNT .....,........ 0 WILSON QSPRING TOWNSHIPDT .,.,..,........,......... 6 JUNIOR VARSITY SCHEDULE OPP. WILSON CSPRING TOWNSHIPDX. . . 6 EMMAUS ..........,..... 0 SI-IILLINC-ToN'f .... O READING .,..... 14 Wizsr READINGT. . . 13 BOYERTOWNT. . . . 0 League Games ll59ll M.T.H.S. O 7 6 33 7 7 35 25 7 M.'l'.H.S 21 9 14 0 12 45 f VN Q' A f - l5i,:SQ? , E A . 4 , Left to right: Stain, B. Sluipc, Deeds, Roland, T. Canonico, Mr. Sliipe, Olszewski, Ziegler, R. Hackman, Mack. Kneeling: R. Brown, Brendlingcr, Hemi. .1 5 K ig wi. .53 iggglfgzi "I': .- . M F M.. -N, '1 Left to nghr: Hctrich, R. Evans, L. Williams, Rolirbach, Oswald, Blanc, Camilli, S. Kissingcr, R. Rapp, Kline, Clouser Mr. Goodling. Boslcefeers Ploce Fourth in Both Leagues Varsity displayed keen spirit in hardffought tussles . . . team composed of six seniors and three juniors . . 4 gained fourth place in Central Division with an eight and eight league record . . . efficient managers were D. Brendlinger, R. Brown, R. Henn . . . scorekeepers-Mr. David Owen, R. Eyrich ,... timekeeper-B. Cxenreiderg coach4Mr. Robert Shipe . . . Junior Varsity showed their wares in games played preliminary to Varsity frays . . . completed season with ten wins and six losses, earning them fourth place in the Central J. V. Division . . . coached by Mr. John White, Mr. Donald Fetterman, and Mr. Charles Goodling. SCHEDULE Date Opp. M.'l'.H.S. Opp. M.'T.H.S. Varsity junior Varsity Nov. 28 WERNERSVILLE. . 4 4 .4 29 57 16 35 Dec. 1 WYOMISSINGi. . 4 . . 28 44 37 34 5 MOHNTON .... . . 33 37 26 39 8 WEST READINGBK. . . , 4 . 60 66 33 32 12 BIRDSBOROC. 4 . . . , 35 46 41 44 15 WILSON? .... 4 . . 39 32 32 27 19 KUTZTOWN1: .... . . . 54 40 33 44 22 SINKING SPRING 4.,., 4 . 39 52 32 31 Jan. 5 MT. PENNX ,... , . 55 41 46 37 9 SI-IILLINGToN,". . . . , . 56 50 33 41 16 HAMBURG:k. . . 4 . . 67 70 35 41 19 WYOMISSINGBF, . 4 . , 37 46 44 35 23 WEST RIzADING"'. 4 4 4 , . 34 54 43 44 26 Bmnssoizof , . . 4. 43 56 28 39 30 WILSON' .... . . . 61 44 26 30 Feb. 2 KuTzTowI-I"4 . 4 , . 63 51 36 39 6 MT. PENNY. , 4 . 4 . 62 41 36 34 9 SI-IILLINGToN". . . , . , 48 50 34 47 13 WERNERSVILLE 4.4. . . . 49 67 35 38 16 HAMBURGC. , 4 . . . 55 48 15 53 'League Games ll 61 ll FxoN'r Row, left to right: Raymon Zeller, Katzenmoyer, R. Schoener Smxth Rothermel Folk Huyett Brokenshrre DeAngelo SECOND Row: Bates, Ochs, Feltenberger, Graczyk, Scheid, Pearah, Manager Pyle Brossman Eschenba h Rlchard Eyrxch Oxenreider, D. Brown. Procfice Makes Perfect Basketeers of the future . . . boys master fundamentals of basketball 20 cand1dates from 7 to 9 grades compose the squad . . . early morning pract1ces keep team awake jov1al sp1r1t shown in busses to and from games . . . record for year IS 8 WIns and 4 losses coached by John B. White. SCHEDULE Date Dec. 15 WEST READING. . 19 WYOMISSING .... jan. 5 SHILLINGTON .... 16 MOHNTON ...... 23 SINKING SPRING. . 30 WILSON ........ Feb. 2 MOHNTON ...... 6 WEST READING. . WYOMISSING ..... 9 13 16 23 SINKING SPRING . . WILSON ........ SHILLINGTON . . . II62 Groncl "Slam" Seoson Hoped for Muhls copped third County Championship during 1950 season , . . have hopes of repeating this year . . . with nine lettermen returning, the team looks forward to a prosperous season . . . holdovers include: Captain Charlie Meck, two catchers, three pitchers, two men for each base, a short stop, and four outfielders . . . team coached by Mr. Lloyd Clemens and Mr. Robert Shipe. SCHEDULE Date April 2 ..,. WERNERSVILLE. . Home 3 .... HAMBURG ...,. Away 5 .... BIRDSBORO .... Home 6 ,.,. MOHNTON ..... Home 9 .... MT. PENN? .... Home 12 .... SHILLINGTONE. . . Away 16 .... WYOMISSINGX ,..... Home 19 .... WEST READINGS: . Home 23 .... WILSON? ...... Away 26 ..., MT. PENN? .... Away 30 .... SI-IILLINGToN"'. . . Home May 3 .... WYOMISSING:k. . . Away 7 ....... WEST READINGS: . Away 10 ........ .... W ILSONX ...... Home bk League Games FIRST Row, left to right: J. Folk, B. Shipe, Meck, DeSantis, L. Williams, J. Canonico. SECOND Row: Mr. Clemens, R. Heckman, DeTurk, Sheipe, B. Rohrbacher, K. Greenawald, Mr. Shipe. THIRD Row: E. Williams, C. Mills, Clouser, Craczyk, Evans, Haines. ll63ll FIRST Row, left to right: Frick, Lantz, Weinman, B. Oxenreider, W. Snyder, Olszewski, L. Holl, Stifnagle, E. Weidner SECOND Row: G. Kershner, Botch, Sweetwood, Brendlinger, Wennell, Lerch, Seidel, K. Greenawald. THIRD Row: D. Richards, Bossert, Scheid, Wentzel, Machemer, R. Lutz, M. Brown, Bachinan, Shade. FOURTH Row: Mr. Brokenshire, B. Shomo, E. Hoffman, Pyle, A. Mengel, L. Oxenreider, Werner, C. Landis. Mr. Bucl-:worth April 27 Es? May 11 21 26 28 2 5 8 9 12 19 26 Track Schedule POTTSTOWN, BOYERTOWN, MUHLENEERG. . . . 1 . . ALBRIGHT MEET ......,.......... SHILLINGTON, WILSON, MUHLENBERG. . . . . . . PENN RELAYS. . .- POTTSTOWN JR. HIGH, MUHLENEERG JR. HIGH . .. WEST READING MEET .........,......... , ...... LEBANON RELAY ..... .... VENZKE RELAY . SHILLINGTON MEET. .,...... . . . . P. I. A. A. DISTRICT MEET ..,. .... P. I. A. A. STATE MEET... .... ll 6411 Muhlenberg Albright College Muhlenberg . Philadelphia . Pottstown West Reading Lebanon Boyertown Shillington Lancaster State College Cross Counfry Harriers Again Compete Fall season witnessed the revival of the cross country team after a lapse of six years. . . due to the late entrance, only three meets were scheduled . . . this sport is not so well publicized as some, but the spirit of the boys is good . . . the team was moderately successful, losing their first meet by only one point . . . course for the meets is 25 miles . . . points are given for the first ten to come in. . . team with lowest number of points wins . . . Harvey Seidel took second place in the Boyertown meet . . . boys train by exercising and running time trials over the course . . . two meets held at home with Boyertown and Reading, and one meet with Reading away . . . team members-Richard Botch, Ernest Hoffman, john Lantz, Harvey Seidel, Elwood Weidner, Kenneth Weinxnan . . . coach, Mr. james Brokenshire. Fmsr Row, left to right: Lantz, Seidel, Weinman, E. Weidner, Botch. SECOND Row: E. Hoffman, Mr. Brokenshire, G. Kershner. ll65ll Seniors The time has come when we must part . . . no more slaying over our typewriters for the faculty or the unceasing bickering of the Debating Teams over the Welfare State!!! . . . hats off to the seniors who copped top positions on the honor roll during '50 and '51 . . . and the vocal recognition achieved by Dolores Dojan . . . "wowed" audiences with successful class plays, "Don't Take My Penny" and "Straws For Two" . . . instigators of name card fund which swelled class treasury . . . fragrant class flower, white carnation . . . second class to dazzle school with snappy sweaters . . . sparkling "spotlight" dances during the Junior' Senior Prom at Reading Country Club . . . flashy green and white class hats which spotted the halls . . . lads cook for the lasses on Honor Society trip . . . hilarious time had by all on the senior class trip . . . first class to inaugurate '!Hall of Fame' '... blessed with helpful and extremely capable class advisers . . . "Good Luck!" to the boys who will spend part of their future in the United States armed forces . . . now we are going out into the world always remembering "Nothing Succeeds Like Successf, ll66l A n -L I ,A '- fi' --pi fs.1f 'V-- .4- -V f' ,p .-,L..i f1:.i':f-"ff .ff .,f' , I.IrV'I.'I1-If I " I V.V,,tI '- f , ' I ,F fjlf - f ,, I,,.,,,, V f,,,,.. .. . 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YfTe:n fashion model . . . natural blonde . . . sweet personality . . . the whistlerl!! . . . happyfgcrlucky . . . relishes cheeseburgers and onions . . . prankster . . . prefers tall men . . . aspires to pound the keys after grad' uation. Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 125 T-Teens 11, Secretary 12g Class Treasurer 105 Class Play 125 Cheerleading 10, 11, 12g Muhltolii. ROBERT ADAMS General Bobby . . . small . . . languid . . . average student . . . aggressive football player on Muhl forward wall . . . freckles. . .interested in woodwork . . . eats constantly . . . regular visitor of a certain Laureldale girl . . .intends to enter his father's mushroom industry in Temple. Varsity Football 1251. V. Football 11. CLARENCE ARNOLD General Hap. . .tall and subdued . . .has a smile for everyone . . . likes all sports but prefers football , . . craves good food . . . prefers sleeping rather than school . . . reigns supreme on Elizabeth Avenue . . . delivers milk before school. . . dislikes the opposite sex . . . idle future . . . aims to take life as it comes. Baseball Manager 10, 11, 12. l SHIRLEY ANN BARE Academic Shirley . . . tall and slender . . .energetic . . . temperamental . . . seen and heard . . . always busy . . . detests frills . . . enjoys eating . . . adores black Plymouths . . . senior treasurer of YfTeens . . , friendly greeting for everyone . . . loves to make reports??? . . . pines for the great outdoors . . . future plans-indefinite. Mixed Chorus 11, 12g Tffeens Treasurer 11 and 125 Student Council 11, 125 Muliltoliig Honor Society 12. ll63ll VIRGINIA LEE BARR Commercial Ginny . . . dark hair and sparkling brown eyes . . . neatly attired . . . contagious giggle . . . active Horizon Club member . . . one of the "three musketeersn . . . plays the piano . , . sports enthusiast , , . favorite pastime-dancing . . . has reserved seat at fountain in dad's store . . . aiming for R. B. I. and medical secref tary position. ' Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 12, Horizon Club 10, 11, 12g Muhltohig Swimming Club 10. CAROL BECHTEL Academic Carol . . . one of the "three musketeersn . . . relishes tomatoes and raisins??? . . . always wellfdressed . . . admires boys with blue eyes. . . accomplished swimmer and dancer . . . tickles the ivories . . . never hurries . . . dreams of having a free weekend . . . intends to top those pretty curls with a nurse's cap after graduation. Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 12g Muhlaires 11g Horizon Club 10, 11, 125 Swimming Club 105 Muhltohi. LEROY BIEHL - General Gig . . . doubtful math student . . . sports fan . . . loves to study??? . . . member of Temple Drum Corps . . . armchair quarterback . . . crazy about Army's football team . . . can be found at the Irish Mt. Wolverine clubhouse. . .witty . .. pounded bass drum in band . . . would like to study electronics in the future. Band 125 Photography Club 11. PATRICIA ANN BIEHL Commercial Pat . . .excellent driver of a yellow Ford . . . bewitching blue eyes . . .enjoys a heated argument . . . favorite food-French fries and Pepsi... has a yen for "Relish" . . . constantly with the gang . . . adores homework??7. . .hilarious giggle. . . blushes easily . . . aspires to become a beautician. JEAN BILLMAN Academic jean . . . one of the "three musketeers' . . . neat as a pin . . . cute songbird . . . favorite pastime is eating . . . petite and peppy . . . never on time . . . likes swim- ming, dancing, and camping . . . fond of boys. . .never loses an argument. . . sleeps in the movies . . . owns shoes galore . . . ambition is to become a "woman in white." Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 125 Muhlaires 125 Horizon Club 10, President 11, 125 Student Council 10, 115 Class Play 115 Color Guard 125 Swimming Club 105 Muhltohi. lI69ll A RICHARD BOTCH General Pibby . . . favorite subject-math . . . "elbow-rester" on the window outside of Mr. White's homeroom . . . enjoys arguing. . .member of the Irish Mountain Wolverines . . . never at home . . . a loyal Phillies fan . . . chooses football as his favorite sport-Notre Dame is his team . . . expects to attend Wyomissing Poly- technical Institute. Cross Country 125 'Track 12. BETTY JANE BRADY Commercial Boopy . . . enjoys hairfsplitting arguments . . . fastidious student . . . active YfTeen member . . . always with the "gang" . . .has a "yen" for Vaughn Monroe . . . admires Fords . . . always smiling . . . amiable person . . . crazy about new clothes . . . greatly dislikes sideburns . . . future intentions-keeping house for Harold. Tf'l'eens 11, 125 Mulrltohi. GAIL BREDBENNER Commercial Gail . . . rippling curly hair. . . hails from Northwest Jr. High . . . enjoys popular music and dancing . . . ardent admirer of Montgomery Clift . . . favorite express' ion-"Gee" . . .spends spare time at Kresge's . . . slaves in bookkeeping... exquisite dresser . . . hopes to become a successful office worker. Mixed Chorus 125 'Yf'Teens 11, 12. BETTY JANE BREININGER ' Academic Betty . . . petite, smiling miss , . . band majorette for two years . . . usually munch- ing a piece of cheese at noon time .. . one of the L'gang" . . . chemistry brain??? . . . faithful attendant of the church dances. . . adores a certain boy . . . spends her spare time roller skating . . . another future "temperature taker." Mixed Chorus 105 'Y-Teens 11, 125 Majorettes 10, 11, 125 Muhltolri. GRETA BRICKER Academic Greta . . . one of the midgets of the senior class. . . energetic . . . dreamyfeyed ...pals with Betty and Janet . . . convertibles rate high. , . animal lover.. . apt chemistry student??? . . . continually laughing . . . detests complaining people . . . accomplished seamstress . . . likes surprises . . . flirtatious . . . plans to follow in the footsteps of Florence Nightingale. 'l'fTeens 11, 12g Muhltohig G. A. A. 11, 125 Volleyball Honor 'Team 12. l7ol LARRY BROSSMAN Academic Larry . . . circles the globe in his Hupmobile-a hookey player from a junk heap . . . risks all the breakable portions of his small frame playing football . . . collects stamps and records. . .invites arguments . . . disapproves of cutting grass . . . keeps late hours . . . plans to attend Temple University. Debating 10, 11, President 125 Hifl' 10, 11, 125 Honor Society 11, Treasurer 125 Student Council 10, VicefPresident 11, President 125 Observer 11, 125 Class Pres' ident 105 Class Play 115 Varsity Football 1251. V. Football 10, 115 Track 10. ROBERT BURKHART Academic Mike . . . tall, rugged, handsome lad . . . outstanding art student . . . mighty full' back of the champion Muhls . . . enjoys all kinds of food . . .classy dresser . . . has keen eye for the opposite sex . . . relishes doing his homework . . . travels around in a blue Ford coupe . . . will find future employment at Golden Displays, Inc. Hifi' 10, 11, 1251. V. Football 105 Varsity Football 11, 125 Muliltohi. age her father's business after graduation Muhltohi. THOMAS CANONICO, JR. 5 General Tom . . . tall, dark, and handsome football end . proudly drives a "Chevy" . . . high scoring basketball center . . . a tease in Spanish class . . . holds certain fond' ness for a senior cheerleader . . . spends spare time watching television . . . one of Mr. Reinert's shock troops between classes . . . may further his education. Hall Patrol 11, 125 Class Play 115 Varsity Basketball 125 1. V. Basketball 115 Varsity Football 11, 125 V. Football 10. JANET COCHRAN Commercial Janet . . . talkative miss . . . participates in all girls' sports . . . quick to voice her opinion . . . energetic senior . . . earns pinfmoney at Kresge's 5 Es? 10 . . . thrilled by a certain someone . . . favorite pastime-bike riding with Betty. . . Arthur Godfrey fan . . . Mr. Harris's brainy secretary??? . . .undecided future. 'I'fTeens 11, 125 Muhltobi5 G. A. A. 10, 11, 125 Honor Teams: Basketball 10, 115 Hockey 10, 115 Volleyball 10, 11, 12. 4 ll71l SARAH CAGNETTI General Sarah . . . conscientious student . . . enjoys music and dancing slaves in book keeping class . . . always has a pleasant smile fond of eating in her spare time . . . pet exclamation, "Gee whiz!" . . . admirer of Mario Lanza aspires to man WILLIAM CORDIER Academic Bill . . . constantly smiling . . . sports crew cut . . . tenor in mixed chorus . . . pro- digious Observer reporter . . . earnest chemistry student??? . . .lives to eat. . . mechanic in his father's garage . . . never has enough time . . . always has "glass" trouble. . .intends to become "doctor of motors" after graduation. Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 125 County Chorus 125 Muhleteers 125 Hi-T 10, 11, 125 Observer 11, 12. RICHARD DAUTRICH Academic Dick. . . resident of Hyde Park . . . quiet type??? . . . diefhard for the St. Louis Cardinals . . . "up with the sun" songster . . . owns a unique pair of spectacles . . . collects popular records . . . runs around with his "hot" motor scooter . . . a great admirer of fair sex . . . plans to earn his pay at Beryllium. Mixed Chorus 10, 12g County Chorus 125 Hall Patrol 11, 125 Observer 11, 12. DONALD DEEDS Academic Swisher . . . star forward on the basketball team . . . slow motion in the classroom and a speedfdemon on the court . . . never out with girls??? . . . inattentive Spanish student . . . seldom absent from school. . . blushes easily. . . drives a '40 Chevy . . . roots for the 'Yankees . . . classy dresser . . . undecided future. I. V. Basketball 10, 115 Varsity Basketball 12. ARTHUR DEHART . General Skip . . . laughs at everything . . . commutes in green Studebaker . . . likes swim' ming and hunting . . . flirtatious . . . sporty dresser . . . has a collection of model A Fords . . . summer lifeguard at Dehart's swimming pool. . . wetfweather taxi for members of opposite sex . . . ambition-to become transcontinental truck driver. Band 12. CHRISTINE DELP Commercial Chris . . . "A" student . . . culinary ability . . . loathes being rushed , . . flair for skating . . . confidante . . . craving for sticky buns . . . alluring laughter . . . base- ball fan . . . collects photographs. . . pet expression, "For goodness sake!" . . . enjoys Sunday driving . . . fond of popular songs. . . hopes to become a private secretary. 'Y-Teens 11, 125 Muhltohig Honor Society 12. ll72ll JOHN DESANTIS Academic John . . . ebony black hair and brown eyes . . . clever and witty . . . diligent student . . . resides in South Temple . . . immaculate appearance . . . plays second base on the Muhl baseball team . . . St. Louis Cardinal fan . . . works in Temple mush- room plants . . . favorite subject-chemistry??? . . . will attend college in the fall. Baseball 12. ARLENE DIETZ Commercial f A 'i,' f H I . 'eil . Arlene . . . endless worrier . . . perpetual giggler . . . sincere friend . . . industrious secretary . . . short, naturally wavy hair . . . abhors leeches . . . rabid rooter for ' il Qkfffffi' M.T.H.S. football team . , . faithful listener to Chiarelli Brothers' "Platter Parade" I Q25 A V , ' . . . television fan . . . bicycle enthusiast . . . aspires to become a secretary. - if ,- . ' Yif5f?f'H73f152f7 -' . , ii ,,.i 1 Tffeens 11, 125 Muhlrohi. f p 'igfglsif-2:i',Q2i1f he isis 5? sicuwl had 'QEQ5 viiiik a." s I 7 DOLORES DOJAN General Dee . . . cheery personality . . . constantly helping others . . . detests conceit . . . our contralto operatic singer . . . believes all good things come in small packages . . . relishes raw meat . . . helps to burn the midnight-oil for Observer deadline . . . intention-to follow hairfdressing and singing as a career. Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 12g District Chorus 11, 125 State Chorus 11, 12g County Chorus 11, 125 Muhlaires 11, 12g Horizon Club 11, 125 Photography Club 115 Observer 11, 125 Class Play 11, 125 Muhltohi. WILLIAM DOWLING Academic Bill . . . carefree individual . . . pals around with Henry . . . divides his spare time between breeding and racing homing pigeons and building model railroads . . . resides in Hyde Park . . . averse to oral recitations before the class . . . aspiration -to become a veterinarian after attending the University of Pennsylvania. DONALD DRIES Industrial Don . . . hails from Reading . . . towering lad of the senior class . . . one of the "Oak Street gang" . . . enjoys hunting and fishing . . . drives to school in a twof toned chevy . . . a Jerry Lester fan . . . constant companion of Lee Sell . . amateur artist . . . seen but not heard . . . flashy dresser . . . future-undecided.. l7sl FERN FICK Commercial Fickie . . . very attractive. . ,brown eyes . .shorthand whiz7?? . . . Muhlaire songbird . . . exotic model in junior class play , . . designs her own outfits . . . adores the firstfaid room . . . always chewing gum . . . passion for hayrides and dancing . . . fond of a former graduate ,. .future occupation-stenographer. Mixed Chorus 12g Mulilaires 125 Muhltohig Class Play 115 Swimming Club 11. DORCTHY FISH Commercial Dottie . . . artistically inclined . . . giddy mother in the junior class play . . . favor- ite color-green . . . Mario Lanza fan . . . constant contributor to the phone bill . . . YfTeen fashion model . . . endowed with natural waves , . . pals with Doris . . . prefers tall blonds . . . aspires to become a capable secretary. Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 125 Tffeens 11, 12: Muhltoliig Class Play 115 Swimming Club 10. JACK FOLK Academic Jack . . . number one hurler for Muhls . . . called "Lefty" by his teammates . . . enthusiastic hall patrolman . . . favorite subject is Spanish. . . always getting others into trouble . . . homework dodger . . . watches television at a certain girl's home . . . member of Y.M.C.A .... future ambition-to further his education. Hi-T 10, 11, 125 Hall Patrol 11, 125 Baseball 11, 12. JOHN FRANTZ Industrial John . . . resident of Hyde Villa . . . tours the halls at noon time with the "boys" . . . enjoys mechanical drawing??? . . . avid "hotfrod" fan . . . advocator of shorter school hours . . . lives on milk shakes . . . loyal St. Louis Cardinal fan . . . walks to school in all kinds of Weather . . . will enter dry cleaning business. CHARLES FREDERICK General Charlie . . . short and plump . . . seen but never heard . . . hails from Spring Valley . . . finds pleasure touring the country on his dad's motorcycle . . . one of Miss Horton's canaries . . . ardent homework lover??? . . . likes to play soccer and basket' ball . . . foams halls at noon . . . plans for the future are indefinite. Mixed Chorus 12. ll74l FREDERICK FRONEFIELD General Fred . . . likes hunting and fishing . . . slaves over the Observer . . . craves spaghetf ti and meat balls . . . active member of the Irish Mountain Wolverines . . . has no interest in the opposite sex . . . roots for the Phillies and Notre Dame . . . resides in Mt. Laurel . . . will follow his hobby, radio and television, for a career. Observer 11, 12. DORIS GARDNER Commercial Doris . . . one of the lucky lassies with blonde, curly hair . . . an active YfTeen member . . . often seen with a certain alumnus . . . a graceful dancer . . . is usually found strolling through the halls with her pal, Fern . . . snappy dresser . . . part of the marching unit . . . quiet . . . hopes to obtain a secretarial position. 'I'fTeens 11, 125 Color Guard 125 Flag Twirlers 10g Muhltoln. WALTER GARDNER Academic Ted . . . jovial but quiet . . . mathematical wizard!!! . . . stubborn . . . ardent fisherman and hunter . . . bowls as a pastime . . . member of 1949 state band . . . blushes easily . . . pin ball machine artist . . . favorite colors are blue and red . . . one of the Goodwill boys . . . aspires to major in music at Lebanon Valley College. Orchestra 10, 11, 12g Band 10, 11, 125 District Band 11, 125 State Band 11g County Band 11, 12. LUCY GASPARI Home Economics Lucy . . . sparkling eyes and dazzling black hair . . . enthusiastic Spanish student . . . charming personality . . . loyal Yankee fan . . . drives around in her father's Ford . . . avid fan of popular music . . . spent the past summer in Italy and hopes to travel there again in the near future . . . plans to be a housewife. Mullltohi. MARIE GAUL Commercial Marie . . . earnest student . . . a faithful correspondent . . . spends her spare time on handwork and reading . . . detests dill pickles and Italian sandwiches . . . favor- ite color is blue . . . drives her dad's car . . . waited until senior year for an append' ectomy . . . female baseball fn . . . seeks employment as a bookkeeper. Muhltohig Honor Society 12. ' 17511 I 10, 11, 125 Muhltohi. HENRY GREENAWALD ' Academic Hank . . . able clarinetist . . . member of "Wolves Den" . . . a second Sammy Snead??? . . . avid Phillies fan . . . learned German student!!! . . . imitates Demos- thenes . . . hails from South Temple . . favorite pastime is eating ice cream . . . television wrestling fan . . . helps keep halls quiet . . . future doctor . . . plans to attend Albright College. Orchestra 125 Band 10, 11, 125 District Band 115 County Band 10, 11, 12g Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 125 Debating 11, 125 Hall Patrol 11, 125 Honor Society 11, President 125 Student Council 11. . . . plans for future-unknown. ll 76 ll FAY ANN GEARY Commercial Fay . . . peppy . . . short hair . . . has been known to have a variety of hair colors . . . great sports fan . . . admires a certain senior cheers Muhls to victory active Y-Teen member . . . always smiling patron of the church dance sharp dresser . . . hopes to obtain a secretarial position from her father Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 125 T-Teens 11, 12g Horizon Club Treasurer IO Cheerleading RICHARD GOODHART Industrial Dick . , . wearer of gaudy shirts . . . cannot resist the urge to sing m class regular rider of the dependable QD yellow bus spends evenings studying enjoys traveling and playing baseball . . . a Cardinal and Phillies fan enjoys an argument about any subject . . . would like to attend Wyomissmg Polytech Mixed Chorus 125 Muhlteers 125 Honor Society 12 CHARLES GREUSEL Industrial Charlie . . . suspiciously quiet around school neat dresser hails from the backwoods of Center Township . . . likes to hunt deer Cdear'l glides to school in a '49 Ford . . . expert swimmer . . . likes to sport fancy Jackets one of the Baker students in mechanical drawing . vocational intention a welder ROBERT GRIM Industrial Bob . . . enthusiastic school attendant??? prefers his hair cuts long Romeo of the seniors . . . flare for "hot rods" . pet subject wood shop noise maker of the "gang" . . . owns snazzy Ford dapper dresser is fascinated by opposite sex . . . Fleetwood is a second home vocation is Biehl s garage DORIS GULDIN Commercial Doris . . . long, shiny black tresses . . . happy medium between quiet and noisy . . . blushes easily . . . a faithful potato chip vender. . . roams the halls with "Dotty" . . . always eating apples . . . sports enthusiast . . . likes to dance . . . handy with needle and thread , . . earned pennies at Woolworth's . . . future secretary . Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 125 'l"fTeens 11, 125 Class Secretary 105 Muhltohi. JOHN HAFER Industrial john . . . enthusiastic about long, blonde hair . . . slaves over M. D. . . . can be found with the "gang" . . . favorite pastime-ice skating . . . confirmed bachelor? ?? . . . has an ear for Lionel Hampton . . . delights in annoying the teacher by making disturbing noises . . . sharp dresser . . . chosen field for the future is carpentry. BETTY HAIN Home Economics Betty . . . peppy cheerleader . . . lots of fun . . . long trek to school . . . one of our naturally curlyfhaired seniors . . . likes to argue with janet . . . prefers sports to studies . . . relishes bike-riding and swimming . . . usually talking . . . television and movie fan . . . baby sitter . . . hopes to follow the sewing profession. Tffeens 11, 125 Muhltohig Cheerleading 10, 11, 12. PAUL HAINES Academic Pat . . . drummer for eight years . . . member of local jazz band . . . charter member of "Wolves Den" . . . one of Miss Horton's canaries . . . manager of school base' ball team . . . loves ice cream . . . hikes from Muhlenberg Park daily . . . always absent first day of hunting season . . . flying lessons prepare him for future as a pilot. Orchestra 10, 11, 125 Band 10, 11, 12g Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 125 Hall Patrol 11, 125 Student Council 105 Baseball Manager 10, 11, 125 Muhltohi. HOWARD HARLEY Commercial Jack . . . outstanding thespian . . . admirer of opposite sex . . . jerks sodas at Boyer's . . . sports flashy suspenders . . . one of the wittiest boys in the class . . . raves about French fries . . . partftime drummer . . . bookkeeping whiz . . . enjoys licorice cigars . . . is fond of swimming . . . aspires to become a salesman or a "gob." Class Play 11, 125 Baseball Manager 10, 11, 125 Muhltohi. ll77ll 1 HENRY HARTMAN Academic Doc . . . good-natured . . . last one to arrive and first to leave M.T.H.S .... pilots black Plymouth . . . enthusiastic equestrian and Nimrod . . . casual dresser . . . quiet . . . tinkers with farm machinery . . . gazes upon opposite sex with affection . . . everythings gay . . . may study to be a veterinarian after graduation. ROY HECKMAN Academic Roy . . . cofcaptain of football team . . . frequent visitor on Raymond Street . . . enjoys Spanish class . . . Tessie the typist . . . one of the few second basses in Mixed Chorus . . . proud owner of a sleek Chevy . . . stern lieutenant of the hall patrol . . . "Gloria" in the junior class play . . . will enter college via a scholarship. Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 125 Muhleteers 11, 125 Hiff 125 Hall Patrol 11, 125 Class Play 115 Varsity Basketball 125 Varsity Football 11, 125 V. Football 105 Baseball 11. CAROLYN HILL Academic Hilly . . . gives an impression of serenity . . . ardent basketball fan . . . strives to wreck her father's DeSoto . . . pet expression, "How 'bout that?" . . . G.A.A. enthusiast . . . efficient doorbellfringer and class play prompter . . . has hopes of owning a collie . . . spends vacations horseback-riding . . . future-undetermined. Horizon Club 10, 11, 125 G.A.A. 10, 11, 125 Honor Teams: Hockey 115 Volleyball 125 Swimming Club 115 Muhltohi. MARILYN HILL Academic Lyn . . . adores college football-especially Lions . . . paints in leisure time . . . enthusiastic tennis player . . . "fiddles"her time away . . . faithful in attendance at Horizon and Photography Clubs . . . art editor for Observer . . . timekeeper for current events reports . . . ardent chemist . . . will be a home economics student at Albright. Orchestra 10, 11, 125 District Orchestra 11, 125 County Orchestra 10, 11, 125 Mixed Chorus 10, 115 Horizon Club 11, 125 Photo raphy Club 11, VicefPresident 125 Observer 11, 125 Muhltohi5 Honor Society 125 State Orchestra 12. PEGGY HINKLE Academic 1 Peggy . . . peppy, petite . . . always heard singing or laughing . . . "Mills' around at Observer deadlines . . . able debater . . . cofauthoress of football programs . . . trudges home late after school. . . known as "Pinkle" to summer campers . . . a future sociology and psychology major at Wilson College. Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 125 County Chorus 125 Muhlaires 11, 125 Debating 10, 11, Vice-President, 125 Horizon Club 10, VicefPresident 11, President 125 Highway Patrol 10, 115 Traffic Court 125 Honor Society 11, Secretary 125 Student Council 10, 125 Observer 11, 125 Muhltohig Swimming Club 10. ll78ll RICHARD HOFFMAN Industrial Dick . . . developed class pictures for fellow seniors . . . spends most of his sparc time building model airplanes. . . favorite subject-mechanical drawing . . . craves ownership of a sleek Ford . . . soccer fan . . . expects to acquire employ' ment at Carpenter Steel after his graduation. ANN HOFFMANN Academic Ann . . . constant talker . . . blue eyes and outstanding dimples . . . occupational dislike for Italian sandwiches . . . tries to write stories for the Observer . . . selects basketball as her favorite sport . . . class play prompter for two years . . . efficient firstfyear typist . . . hopes to become a "woman in white." Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 125 T-Teens 11, 125 Photography Club 11g Observer 11, 12g Muhltohig G.A.A. 10 11, 125 Hockey Honor Team 115 Swimming Club 10. 11. LEE HOLL Academic Lee . . . tall redfhead . . . tidy dresser . . . full of pep . . . always eating . . . high jumper on track team . . . roams country on his motorscooter . . . special aptitude for woodshop . . . enjoys swimming and skating . . . aviation enthusiast . . . in- terested in wrestling and soccer . . . helps his dad on bakery truck . . . future work -Schofer's. Mixed Chorus 11, 125 Hi-'Y 10, 11, 125 Hall Patrol 11, 125 Muhltohig Track 12. DALE HOLLAND General Sleepy . . . meticulous dresser . . . circulation manager for the Observer staff . . . only remnant of last year's once active M.T.H.S. tennis team . . . never home . . . can be found at the Goodwill . . . one of Bill Long's boys . . . visits Allentown frequently . . . ardent bowler . . . intends to bowl his way through the future. Hifl' 105 Observer 11, 12g 'Tennis 'Team 11. JERRY HURST Industrial jerry . . . curly hair . . . long sideburns . . . brown eyes . . . dreads homework . . . member of the "gang" . . . connoisseur of cider . . . pairs snazzy sport shirts with dungarees . . . knows Mt. Laurel Road by heart . . . puts in time at Spangler's . . . mechanically minded . . . enjoys working on his own car . . . aspires to be an auto mechanic. 17911 l JUNE KELLER June . . . football fan . . . despises washing dishes . . . passes time eating and watching television . . . a complaining "granny" . . . craves French fries and pork chops . . . likes to travel-Canada particularly . . . drives car . . . habitual exe pression, "Oh, fiddlesl" . . . enjoys swimming . . . yearns for secretarial career. Muhltohi. sasafif' A f 'Kihei ''affair':7?zfzi"7?55F- Z s .. rm, l 5 56 ,S ,gm 2 ,,, we ' S if f 3.IL214,-'allliifisfffh-' Aire- -K Qlem'f:,-Quit ' E' Q Q' . 151112. Laff y ,,, 1 Q '-Via K i is A fs ,f in H 1? was we ,i s Q A WALTER JOHNSON Academic johnson . . . rattle, clang-here comes johnson on his scooter . . . never late for band rehearsal??? . . . endless traveler . . . loves German class??? . . . speaks only when spoken to . . . television fan . . . amateur wrestler known as "Spring Heels johnson" . . . keen appreciation of the opposite sex . . . will enter Wyomissing Polytech. Orchestra 115 Band 10, 115 Mixed Chorus 10,' Hiff 10, 11, 12. BETTY KELLER General Betty . . . immaculate appearance . . . often seen driving golf balls . . . pet express- ion, "Oh, joy!" . . . dislikes work . . . movie goer . . . enjoys music . . . breezes around in Chevy convertible . . . charter member of Photography Club . . . always chewing gum . . . ambition lies in the field of commercial photography. Mixed Chorus 11, 125 Photography Club 10, 11, Treasurer 125 Muhltohi. Commercial l HAROLD KEMMERER General Kodak . . . husky, broadfshouldered Alsace student . . . always happy . . . never without a joke . . . loves fishing at Lake Wallenpaupack . . . aims his model A Ford toward Muhlenberg every morning . . . usually teasing the girls . . . a very active contributor to all classroom mischief . . . his future plans are indefinite. Mixed Chorus 12. GERALD KERSHNER Industrial Gerry . . . hails from Mohrsville . . . spends leisure time playing his accordion . . . one of Miss Horton's early birds . . . excels as a trig student . . . portrayed "George" in senior class play . . . classed as an efficient track manager??? . . . expects to enter trade school, probably Wyomissing Polytechnical Institute. Mixed Chorus 11, 125 Class Play 125 Track Manager 10, 11, 125 Muhltohi. ll30ll ETHEL KILGORE Academic Ersel . . . rabid sports fan . . . blonde Amazon . . . immaculate dresser . . . favorite song is "Charlie My Boy" . . . relishes Southern cooking . . . faithful chip carrier . . . favors basketball in G.A.A .... one of the "gang" . . . proficient chemist??? . . . resident of Muhlenberg Park . . . will become a "woman in white" at the Reading Hospital. T-Teens 11, 125 Muhltohig 'Track 105 G.A.A. 10, 11, 125 Honor Teams: Basketball 105 Hockey 10. KENNETH KIRK Industrial Ken . . . cagey . . . Mr. Keath's assistant . . . "Red" in junior class play . . . served on publicity committee for both plays . . . enjoys mechanical drawing . . . railroad enthusiast . . . dislike for opposite sex7?? . . . Reading Drivefln employee . . . fond of his '37 Plymouth . . . raises dogs and pigeons . . . future includes Wyomissing Polytech. Hall Patrol 11, 125 Student Council 115 Class Play 115 Athletic Equipment Man- ager 11, 125 Muhltohi5 Honor Society 12. ETHEL KLEINSMITH Commercial Ethel . . . studious thinker . . . former Student Council member . . . always munching potato chips . . . hails from Maidencreek . . . fan member of the "Hit Parade" . . . enjoys Sunday afternoons . . . drives a dashing '41 Plymouth . . . interested in bookkeeping . . . craves history??? . . . admirer of a Muhleteer . . . future secretary. DOROTHY KNOLL Commercial Dottie . . . sweet, dimpled smile . . . charming actress . . . melancholy singer . . . creates her own attractive outfits . . . on Muhltohi editorial staff . . . loyal wait' ress at Dolly Madison . . . Mrs. Good's patient . . . fond of opposite sex . . . favorite expression, "Oh, sugar!" . . . has a desire for skipping classes . . . future ambition-stenographer. Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 125 Tffeens 11, 125 Highway Patrol 10, 11, 125 Muhltohi5 Class Play 11, 12. FREDERICK KNOLL Industrial Fritz . . . member of "clods and dungarees gang" . . . navigates a blue '41 Nash . . . sells Hi-Y ice cream at noon . . . pals with Carl . . . hobby is raising chickens and pigeons . . . "dead" shot where rabbits and pheasants are concerned . . . earns money delivering papers and pretzels . . . enjoys comedy movies . . . no future plans. Hn' 11, 12, Muhltohi. ll31 ll MARY ANN KOCH Academic Mary Ann . . . lover of felines . . . naturally wavy hair . . . one of Miss Horton's early risers . . . quiet nd shy??? . . . attends Horizon Club meetings faithfully . . . spends evenings gazing at TV . . . adores chemistry class . . . always doodling . . . intends to pursue art at Kutztown State Teachers College. Mixed Chorus 10, 125 Horizon Club 10, 11, 125 Muhltohi. BARBARA KURTZ Academic Babs . . . a meticulous dresser . . . attractive blonde??? hair . . . one of the "gan," . . . swoons over a certain saxfplayer . . . a majorette for six years . . . enjoys sewing . . . is rarely without candy in Spanish class . . . usually roams the halls at noon . . . interested in the field of art . . . undecided about her career. Highway Patrol 10, 11, 125 Majorettes 10, 11, 125 Muhltohi. OUIDAfMARIE KUTZ Home Economics Pee Wee . . . active, bluefeyed lassie from Alsace . . . fashion minded-creates own attire . . . photography hound . . . a Mr. Harris fan77? . . . enthusiastic ticket-taker at football games . . . boy hater??? . . . adores cooking . . . jogs to and from school in a yellow bus . . . ambition is to become a professional Singer seam- stress. Photogmpliy Club 10, 11, President 125 Muhltohi. CARL LASH General Toni . . . student from the Leesport hills . . . one of the candy munchers in class . . . which boy has the Toni??7 . . . loves to hunt "dear"?7? . . . races to school in his '39 "hotfrod" Plymouth . . . often found toting bags after school at his father's feed mill . . . aspires to enlist in the United States Air Force. Muhltohi. JUNE MACHEMER Commercial june . . . diligent worker . . . admirer of short hair . . . neat dresser . . . a helping hand for Miss Knauss . . . enthusiastic sports fan . . . enjoys bookkeeping class??? . . . expert gum chewer . . . dances to records of Frankie Laine . . . pet expression -"Oh, Pot!" . . . happy-go-lucky . . . hopes to further her education. Mixed Clwvus 10, 11, 125 Muhltohi. ' ll32ll PATRICIA MAYS Maizie . . . tall, dynamic, brownfeyed resident of West Leespcrt . . .favorite pastime her father's Ford . . . typist for the Muhltohi . . . active church member and worker . . . pet expression, "Natch!" . . . admires opposite sex . . . favorite dish -chili confcarne . . . loves sports . . . a softball whiz . . . future career uncertain. Orchestra 11, 12g Band 10, 11, 125 District Band 12g Mixed Chorus 11, 125 County Chorus 12g Muhltohi. BETTY LOU MECK Lulu . . . small, pert blonde . . . possessor of a bewitching smile and twinkling blue eyes . . . one of the "gang" . . . practices the adage "Love me, love my dog" . . . outstanding thespian in the class play . . . enjoys scooting through the land' Commercial Academic scape . . . slaves at Pomeroy's Tea Room??? . . . will enter the nursing profession. Horizon Club 10, President 11, 12g Highway Patrol 10, 11g Traffic Court 125 Class Secretary 11, 12g Class Play 125 Honor Society 12. syrlya CHARLES MECK General I- ':' , Charlie . . . heard as well as seen . . . his favorite pastimes are girls, movies, and ghl glkiiiifilglg-' "WV ', , 3 , g g? ,'i' 5 popular records . . . pleasing personality . . . all around athlete . . . ostentatious V dresser . . . "hepped up" about his Chevy . . . enthusiastic chemist??? . . . average ' " student . . . fond of dances . . . up with the birds tossing papers . . . vocation , Q 5 2 undecided. ' ,V , Hi-'Y' 10, 11, 12, Hall Patrol 11, 12, Observer 11 g Varsity Basketball 1251. V. Basket' ball 10, 11g Varsity Football 11, 1251. V. Football 10. ss ,es,s ,,.., MILDRED MERVI NE Millie . . . tall member of the class . . . appears to be quiet . . . slaves over home work??? . . . prefers auburnfhaired boys . . . seen with joan . . . one of the "gang" . . . chief lovevvacation from school . . . undecided blonde . . . regular movie goer . . . always laughing and eating . . . plans to attend Bryland Institute after graduation. Horizon Club 10, 11. SHIRLEY MILLER Shirley . . . loquacious . . . always smiling . . . devilish blue eyes . . . finds pleasure in driving her father's station wagon . . . angel of the senior class??? . . . constantly chewing gum . . . delights in eating ice cream . . . pet expression, "Geef whiz!" . . . lover of horses . . . undecided about the future. M uhltchi. Commercial Academic IS5 ll Q' I J .- digit if is ' gifgf, 2 ff? ,alll S 4. , f fails an aff' Q., S U .J is 'EQ Q s FAT V 'sa 5 X rf. , s , S ll 514 x 5 6 H 'fgsqgfggi of a., akin, 31,3353 . i 5 if yi 2, gg enrghgigt g ..r'E,y,, M, Wg . . .g,. , ,x,3,,--Q .. , . fl- ir: - 'r gi m y giegft 5554-gi -,: 5 124'-ff. 45 iwddggadaaff ,s5f'f,Ei - lil? E 5 .jk 'li W 1' i f 5 ' . -i. rs, ms? J ai :,i:.'i-',f:a- t -'fiffii ri- 'E 3' weft Dot . . . hazel-eyed, cute, smiling chick from Laureldale . . . "Slim" . . . courteous manner . . . companionable . . . enjoys the radio . . . admires opposite sex . . will capture her man by cooking . . . often mumbles, "Oh. ham and eggs"' . . . dislikes egotistical people . . . Mrs. Rothermel's assistant . . . a sewing expert??? . . . no future plans. Library Club 10, 11, 125 Muliltohi. CHRISTIE MILLS Academic Christie . . . sharp dresser . . . active HifY president . . . class president for two years . . . Spanish enthusiast . . . enjoys food . . . aims Nash toward Muhlenberg Park . . . fond of popular music . . . eighth period-AEQP . . . roots for the fight' ing Phillies . . . hopes to further his education at a local college in the fall. H1fT 10, 11, President 12g Hall Patrol 11, 125 Class President 11, 12. NATHANIEL NAPOLETANO Industrial Nat . . . medium in stature . . . rugged football guard . . . intriguing smile . . . keen dresser . . . puts in time at the AEEP . . . manages the money bags for Hi-Y . . . member of the naval reserve . . . willing to lend a hand . . . amateur wrestler . . . enioys symphonies . . . always courteous . . . aspires to enroll at Wyomissing Polytech. Hiff 10, 11, 12g Hall Patrol 11, 125 Class Vice President 105 Varsity Football 11, 125 V. Football 10. Home Economics WILLIAM OLSZEWSKI Academic Oz . . . tall, well-built lad . . . veteran basketball star . . . chemistry "brain" . . . allfaround sports fan . . . always quiet and shy around the girls??? . . . Buckworth's onefman track team . . . roams the halls with Charlie and Donnie . . . drives to school in green '37 Pontiac . . . speaks Spanish fluently??? . . . future vocation in chemistry. Varsity Basketball 12g 1. V. Basketball 10, 115 Track 10, 11, 12. BARRETT OXENREIDER Academic Sook . . . snappy dresser . . . powerful tackle for Blue and Gold . . . craves all foods . . .liked by everyone . . . loves Dixieland jazz . . . ardent follower of opposite sex??? . . . great talent for drums . . . quiet member of P.O.D. class . . . resides at foot of Irish Mountains . . . hopes to attend classes at Albright College in the future. Orchestra 10, 11, 125 Band 10, 11, 125 Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 125 Hifi' 10, 11, 12, Hall Patrol 11, 125 Hall Patrol Court 125 Class Vice-President 125 Varsity Football 1251. V. Football 10, 115 Track 125 Honor Society 12. ll84ll DORIS MAE PEARSON Academic Cindy . . . commuting student from Dead Man's Gulch . . . zooms to school in her father's Dodge . . . horn tooter for the Community Players . . . enthusiastic debater . . avid sports fan . . . hot dog seller at home football games . . . rushes madly through the halls . . . plans to attend Pitt University. Mixed Chorus 10, 115 Debating 10, 115 Horizon Club 10, 11, 125 Observer 11, 125 C.A.A. 10, 11, 125 Muhltohig Honor Teams: Hockey 105 Basketball 12. ANTHONY PENTZ Academic Tony . . . shy . . . usually on his bicycle . . . rural newspaper dispenser . . . bull' dog bait for Fuller . . . occasional photographer . . . railroad fan . . . official pro- perty manager for both class plays . . . scientifically minded . . . interested in chemistry . . . enjoys German class . . . undecided about the future. Photography Club 125 Class VicefPresident 115 Honor Society 12. HOWARD PHILLIPS Industrial Howat . . . a member of the "gang" who puts in time at Elmer's Gas Station . . . tinkers with cars . . . always laughing and joking . . . hopes to own a Mercury after graduation . . is well-known to teachers for strange noises and dodging homework . . . flies low in dad's Chevy . . . dislikes girls??? . . . will become an auto mechanic. Hi-'I' 10. SHIRLEY RAPP Commercial Shirley . . . competent YfTeen president . . . employed at Keystone Dairy . . . loves books . . . busy as a bee . . . neat dresser with big brown eyes . . . likes to hear "Nat" King Cole sing . . . a faithful color guard . . . senior class play actress . . . future-secretary for the Berks County Trust Company while attending business school. Mixed Chorus 125 'l'fTeen Vice-President 11, President 125 Muhltohig Class Treas- urer 11, 125 Class Play 125 Color Guard 125 Hall Patrol Court 125 Honor Society 12. MARILYN RAY General Mel . . . cute . . . topfnotch dresser . . . one of the original high steppers . . . tries to look studious in hornfrimmed glasses . . . pals around with the "gang" . . . aims Cadillac at anything in view . . . intelligent men intrigue her . . . munches chips while roaming halls during lunch period . . . her future is undecided. Highway Patrol 10, 11, 125 Observer 11, 125 Majorettes 10, 11, 12. 118511 PATRICIA REDDY General Pat . . . red hair, freckles . . . hlushes easily . . . faithful deadline participant . . . gifted actress . . . Miss Tennant's sidefkick . . . ardent sports fan . . . habitually found in gray Plymouth . . . favorite color-green . . . loathes homework . . . irrepressible sense of humor . . . pals around with jerry . . . as for her future- undecided. T-Teens 11, 125 Highway Patrol 10g Student Council 10, 115 Observer 11, 125 Class Play 11, 125 'Track 105 G.A.A. 10, 115 President 125 Honor Teams: Basketball 10. 11, 125 Hockey 10, 115 Volleyball 115 Swimming Club 105 Honor Society 12. GERALDINE REED Commercial jerry . . . sweet countenance . . . active participant in Luther League . . . man hater??? . . . uses no makefup . . . has an ear for violin music . . . known by her inimitable giggle . . . pleasing personality . . . enjoys telling jokes and listening to the radio . . . craves food . . . pals around with Pat . . . career uncertain. 'I'f'I'eens 11, 125 Highway Patrol 10, 115 Muhltohi. RUSSELL ROTHENBERGER Academic F -A A Q Russ . . . model airplane fiend . . . one of Mr. Shaner's boys . . . shy with girls?7? E ... V, . . . works at Reading Drive-In . . . member of Photography Club . . . good friend "'-'i f lii Z of Tony and Kenny . . . pedals bike to school . . . likes "hot rods" and big car ' f fl . gl races . . . expert billiards artist . . devours huge Italian sandwiches . . . future K ,:ppV', , is undecided. "" lil' Photography Club 12. a. ' gig, ELIZABETH RCTHERMEL Academic Liz . . . slender, starryfeyed . . . youngest member of the class . . . crunches chips in her sandwiches . . . piano doodler . . . perpetual laryngitis sufferer from leading cheers . . . snips her own locks . . . scribbles Horizon minutes . . . wears socks "up" . . . avid TV fan . . . mixed chorus alto . . . ton'1orrow's college coed. Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 125 District Chorus 115 Muhlaires 11, 125 Debating 10, Secretary 11, 125 Horizon Club Secretary 10, 11 and 125 Honor Society 115 Vicefl-'resif dent 125 Student Council 12g Observer 11, 125 Cheerleading 11, 125 Muhltohi. FAY SCHMECK Commercial Sadie . . . rhythmic tap dancer . . . resides in Hyde Park . . . appears bashful . . . spends most of her time in Miss Kna.uss's room . . . lustrous, naturally curly hair . . . one of the "gang" . . . frequently drives her dad's Mercury . . . usually giggf ling in class . . . raves over chicken chow mein . . . future is undetermined. Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 125 Muhltohi. ll36ll HILDA SCHMECK Commercial Hilda . . . tiny and cute . . . soft dark eyes . . . golden brown tresses . . . fascinf ating grin . . . full of fun . . . sports a '49 class ring . . . has a long trek to school . . . likes to travel . . . hidden talentw-cooking . . . spends summer vacations at the shore . . . one of the "gang" . . . no definite plans for the future. Horizon Club 10, 11. JOAN SEIDEL Commercial joan . . . lovable personality . . . constantly Worrying . . . alluring voice . . . gave up hamburgers for "Marburgers" . . . combination of blue eyes and a baby face . . . detests selffcentered males . . . creates soggy pancakes . . . fond of seafood . . . enjoys horseback riding . . . greatest ambition is to play house for keeps. Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 125 District Chorus 125 County Chorus 125 Muhlaires 10, 11, 125 'YfTeer1s 11, 125 Majorettes 10, 11, 12. ROMAINE SENFT General Romaine . . . one of the redheads in the class . . . likes to argue with a certain teacher . . . one of the "gang" . . . craves Italian spaghetti . . . always laughing 'fffeens 11, A125 Class Play 115 Muhltohi. MARY ANN SHANER Academic Mary Ann . . . constantly chewing gum . . . adores long eyelashes . . . sports a Reading High class ring . . . invents gooey sundaes at Pomeroy's Tea Room . . . writes letters to a certain "swabbie" . . . sophisticated lass of both class plays . . . one of the "gang" . . . contemplating Bell Telephone or a nursing career. Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 125 Debating 115 Horizon Club President 10, Treasurer 11, 125 Honor Society 11, 125 Student Council 10, 115 Observer 115 Muhltohig Class Play 11, 12. DONALD SHAVER Industrial Donnie . . . enthusiastic student . . . blushes easily . . . football fan . . . likes the finer things in life . . . accomplished swimmer . . . frequent patron at the drivefin . . . favorite pastimefreading . . L has a fancy for Mound bars . . . master of three instruments . . . desires to be a top television technician. , Band 125 Mixed Chorus 115 Muhltohi. ll37ll 5 and joking . . . proud owner of a driver's license . . . the better half of a 'Tug' cutting" team . . . pet expression, "Who has gum?" . . . Will attend business school. JAMES SIMPSON Academic Jim . . . newest addition to class . . . hails from West Virginia . . . possessor of a broad smile . . . fond of vanillaffudge ice cream . . . popular music fan . . . tinkers with radio and photography . . . an amateur electrician . . . avid bicyclist . . . hopes to enter the scientific field after attending Albright College. Hifi' 12. NANCY LOU SHOFF Commercial Nan . . . big brown eyes . . . handles money bags for Horizon Club . . . spends summers at her bungalow . . . enthusiastic sports fan . . . pals around with jean . . . always busy . . . enjoys swimming . . . faithful ticket taker at the games . . . constantly laughing and talking . . . movie fiend . . . hopes to attend a business college. Horizon Club 10, 11, Treasurer 125 Muliltohig G.A.A, 10, 11, 125 Honor Teams: Basketball 125 Hockey 10, 11g Volleyball 10, 11, 12g Swimming Club 10, 11. BARRY SHOMO Industrial Schmoo . . . sociable . . . lover of the great outdoors . . . basketball rates high with him . . . shuns the fairer sex . . . overalls fan . . . mechanically inclined . . . expert on French fries . . . brain in trig??? , . . usually found at the movies Sunday nights . . . aspires to become an electrical engineer after graduation. JOYCEANN SMITH Academic Joyce . . . peppy . . . varsity cheerleader . . . smart dresser . . . enthusiastic seamstress . . . Mixed Chorus alto . . . favorite color-green . . . slaves for Stud- ent Council . . . enioys dancing . . . loves chemistry??? . . . continually busy . . . a great one for arguments . . . future sewing teacher after four years of college. Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 125 Horizon Club 11, 125 Volleyball Honor Team 11, 125 Cheerleading 10, 11, 125 Student Council Secretary 11, 125 Muhltohi. DORIS SPANGLER Commercial Doris . . . an accomplished skater . . . habitual talker . . . "Request Please" fan . . . fortunate driver of new cars . . . weakness for chocolate nut sundaes . . . has a strong preference for the Air Force??? . . . a model in the junior class play . . . enthusiastic student . . . will add her capability to her father's business. Tffeens 11, 125 Class Play 115 Muhltohi. ll88ll HAROLD STAYMAN, JR. Academic Bud . . . outstanding thespian . . . one of the pencil pushers of the Observer staff . . . flashy dresser . . . heard on Friday nights over WHUM . . . a way with wo- men . . . perfect attendance at school??? . . . works at Park Theater . . . card shark . . . hobby-pin ball machines . . . hopes to become traveling salesman or enter show business. Mixed Chorus 105 Observer 11, 125 Class Play 11, 12. DONALD STEIN General Donnie . . . big wolf . . . neatly attired . . . allfsports participant, preference is baseball and basketball . . . admires Boxer dogs . . . appreciates Stan Kenton's music . . . enjoys dancing . . . enthusiastic record collector . . . usually involved in a debate on sports . . . yearns to travel to California. Varsity Basketball 11, 125 Baseball 11, 125 Track 11. GLORIA STEININGER General Gloria . . . curly hair . . . likes things in small quantities CLesj . . . can be found slaving over Observer at deadline . . . loves Spanish . . . one of Miss Horton's warblers . . . pastime is hiking . . . craves Italian sandwiches . . . weakness fcr pretty clothes . . . her ambition for the future is professional singing. Mixed Chorus 125 Muhlaires 125 Observer 11, 125 Muhltohi. JEAN STUMP Commercial jean . . . illustrates Foster's melody . . . enthusiastic sports fan . . . resident of Hyde Park . . . untiring potato chip helper for YfTeens . . . carries the flag at the games . . . neatly attired and quiet . . . constant moviefgoer . . . always rides in a white Ford . . . loves to cook . . . future ambition is to secure an office position. 'I'-Teens 11, 12g Muhltohig Color Guard 12. JEAN TOBIAS Commercial jean . . . faithful attender of Horizon Club . . . Nancy's pal. . . handy with needle and thread . . . seen but not heard . . . loves to type . . . loyal ticket taker at games . . . resides in Hyde Park . . . laughs easily . . summer resort-Shoff's bungalow . . . likes to ice skate . . . hopes to be an asset in someone's office. Horizon Club 10, 11, 125 Swimming Club 10. ll39ll VIOLA TRATE Commercial Sixie . . . brown eyes and brown hair . . . "Bets" Yarnell's shadow . . . loathes homework . . . frequent diner at Templeton Luncheonette . . . her pet expression S"Natch" . . . favorite pastime spot is the Reading Drive-In . . . picture colf lecting-choice of hobbies . . . fascinated by convertibles . . . her future is un- determined. Muhltolli. JUNE TREGO Commercial june . . . bluefeyed blonde . . . long, curly eyelashes . . . innocent blusher . . ' Horizon Club member . . . talkative miss . . . spent the summer in the sunny South . . . perpetual pest . . . constantly smiling . . . detests men??? . . . accompf lished skater . . . mischievous . . . aspires to gain an office position. Horizon Club 10, 11, 125 Muhltohi. KENNETH TREXLER Academic Kenneth . . . industrious trombonist . . . appreciates good music . . . had role of businessman in both class plays . . . interested in debating . . . habitual toter of many books . . . always rushing . . . dabbles in architecture . . . builds model homes in spare time . . . plans to become a pastor after attending Muhlenberg College. Orclnrstra 11, 125 Band 10, 11, 125 Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 125 County Chorus 125 Muhleteers 11, 125 Debating 11, 125 Honor Society 11, 125 Class Play 11, 12. BARBARA ULSHAFER Academic Bobbi . . . spirited band member . . . sax soloist . . . member of Band Council . . . drools over Glenn Miller . . . early riser for chorus . . . resides a great distance from school . . . has gleaming dark hair and big brown eyes . . . favorite color is red . . . plans to attend nursing school . . future goal is United Airline Hostess. Orchestra 10, 11, 125 Band 10, 11. 125 County Band 125 Mixed Chorus 11, 12. ALBERT WALSCHBURGER Industrial Al . . . a short senior??? . . . Mr. Keath's favorite opponent . . . accomplished dancer . . . seldom at home . . 4. never copies homework??? . . . always friendly . . . shines in math, especially trig . . . one of the few second basses in Mixed Chorus . . . constant chewer . . . likes all females . . . pumps gas for Major Spats . . . plans to enlist in the Coast Guard. Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 125 Muliletee-rs 125 Hifi' 10, 11, 125 Student Council 10, 11 il90ll LAWRENCE WEISSER Academic Larry . . . sports flashy shirts . . . resides in Laureldale . . . driver of a '36 Plymouth . . . very attentive in the classroom . . . relishes potato chips . . . loyal follower of all sports events . . . happy-goflucky guy . . . woman hater??? . . . favorite sub' ject is Spanish . . . has no definite plans for the future. Hifi' 10, 11g j. V. Football 11. DONALD WELLER General P. G., Jr .... rough and ready tackle . . . capable outfielder . . . spends leisure time on Seventh Avenue . . . ardent Nimrod . . . constant joker . . . relishes sea' food . . . fellow with the crew cut . . . sharp dresser . . . keen dancer . . . pleasing personality . . . pilots father's Buick . . . future plans are indefinite, but favors the Marines. Hifi' 10, 115 Varsity Football 1251. V. Football 115 Baseball 11, 12. EDGAR WILLIAMS Academic Ed . . . Mr. Buckworth's favorite referee . . . always found in the library . . . very fond of history and Mr. Harris's quizzes . . . drives a truck on his uncle's farm . . . never home . . . has a smile for everyone . . . one of the Phillies' fans . . . partial to brunettes, feminine ones . . . likes ice cream . . . hopes to attend Penn State. Baseball Manager 10, 11. GRETA WINGERT Academic G Greta . . . diminutive type . . . slick dresser . . . short, wellfgroomed hair . . . races around in a '49 "Studie" . . . excels in sports . . . alw.ys enjoys a good time . . . one of the "gang" . . . dotes on swimming . . . brilli nt trig student??? . . . constantly with Lulu . . . aspires to attend R. B. I. and eventually be a secretary. Horizon Club 10, 11, 125 G.A.A. 10,' Honor Teams: Basketball 10, Hockey 105 Swimming Club 105 Muhltohi. THOMAS WOLFGANG Academic Tom . . . neat dresser . . . a faithful participant in class dramas . . . active member , of HifY . . . 11f1 his headquarters at noon . . . collects stamps as a hobby . . . plays golf in his spare time . . . accompanies Mixed Chorus . . . pilots black '47 Plymouth . . . intends to enroll at Lebanon Valley College. Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 12, County Chorus 125 Hi-'I' 10, 11, 125 Observer 11, 125 Class Play 11, 12. ll91ll RALPH WUNDER General Ralph . . . pleasant associate . . . constant pool player . . . enjoys telling jokes . . . usually with the twins . . . interested in most sports . . . slaves over chemistry??? . . . supposedly bashful . . . yearns to drive a car . . . craves hamburgers with catsup . . . future intention is to enlist in the Navy. Football 11. l l BETTY YARNELL Commercial Bets . . . red hair and blue eyes . . . treasurer of G.A.A .... plans the menus for the YfTeens . . . member of the library staff. . . favorite saying, "Oh, soup!" . . . choice of 3 obby-sports . . . prefers blue . . . formerly employed by the Berkshire Knitting Mills . . . hopes to enter a business college after graduation. 'I'-Teens 11, 125 'Track 105 G.A.A. 10, 11, Treasurer 125 Honor Teams: Basketball 10, 11, 125 Hockey 10, 115 Volleyball 10, 115 Swimming Club 10g Library Club 10, 11, 125 Muhltohi. RICHARD YEAGER Academic jake . . . has his quiet moments . . . likes to ride his motor scooter . . . enjoys hunting , . . Guy Lombardo is his favorite orchestra . . . constant gumfchewer . . . follows sports, particularly baseball, soccer and boxing . . . usually in dungarees . . . fond of movies . . . second home-Ontelaunee . . . a future Marine enlistee. SHIRLEY ANN YEAGER Commercial Shirl . . . cute pugfnose . . . soft, brown, naturally wavy tresses . . . one of Miss Horton's early risers . . . usually toting a pair of skates . . . endlessly munching potato chips . . . fond of dog, Boots . . . cooks a mean dish of spaghetti and meat balls??? . . . hopes to obtain a position at Bell Telephone Company. Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 12g Muliltolii. VINCENT ZAPPACOSTA General Hickey . . . favorite subject-Spanish . . . enthusiastic accordion player . . . mem' ber of Irish Mountain Wolverines . . . spends most of his spare time at I. M. W. "mansion" . . . favorite sport is baseball . . . loyal Yankee rooter . . . definitely a DiMaggio fan . . . enjoys talking!!! . . . has no definite plans for the future. lI92ll Most likely to succeed. Class wits .......... Most studious. . . Best looking. . . Class athletes. . . Class dancers. . . Nicest eyes. . . Best dressed. . . Most carefree ....... Class instrurnentalists. Nicest smile ........ Class artists. . . Class flirts. . . Most talkative ....... Did rnost for the class. Nicest personalities .... Class actor and actress. . Most dignified. . . Most basliful. . . Loudest dressers. . . Class vocalists. . . Tallest seniors. . . Most freckles. . . Most versatile. . Prettiest hair. . . '51 Hall of Fame . . .HOWARD . . .KENNETH . . .CHRISTIE . . . .CHARLES HARLEY. . . TREXLER. . . MILLS. . . MECK ....... ALBERT WALSCHBURGER. . . . . . . RICHARD GOODHART. . . CHRISTIE MILLS .... ROBERT GRIM, . . PAUL HAINES. . ....JACK FOLK....... . . .ROBERT BURRHART. . . . . . .DONALD STEIN . . . . . . .LARRY BROSSMAN. . . . . . .CHRISTIE . . .CHRISTIE . .... THOMAS . . . .KENNETH . . . .CHARLES . . . .HAROLD MILLS. . . MILLS .... WOLFGANG. . . TREXLER. . . GREUSEL. . STAYMAN. . . ROY HECKMAN ..... THOMAS CANONICO. . . ROBERT ADAMS .... LARRY BROSSMAN, . . DONALD STEIN. . . ll93ll PEGGY HINKLE ROMAINE SENFT CHRISTINE DBLP JOAN SEIDEL PATRICIA REDDY BARBARA KURTZ A HILDA SCHMECK BARBARA KURTZ SHIRLEY MILLER BARBARA ULSHAEER BARBARA KURTZ MARILYN HILL DOROTHY KNOLL MARY ANN SHANER PEGGY HINKLE PEGGY HINKLB DOLORES DOJAN ELIZABETH ROTHERMEL CAROLYN HILL PATRICIA MAYS JOAN SEIDEL SHIRLEY BARE PATRICIA REDDY PEGGY HINKLE BETTY LOU MECK ,nn- Class Hislory My scrapbook memories . . . six years ago we achieved the long awaited seventh grade. The trip we took to the Reading Museum as history students will be long remembered by all, especially by those who unsuccessfully tried to feed the swans or identify a statue for the Treasure Hunt. The close of our first year in high school brought the. Empire fSteel Award to Peggy Hinkle. T ' A lovely spring day lured us as eighth graders to the Gettysburg Battlefield. We stared in wonder at the Eternal Light Monument and all purchased souvenirs, which we still treasure. Our "future home makers" put their aprons to use in Miss Ebling's cooking classes, and with what results? Eggs, soups, and even apples prepared for a, king. The American Legion Awards went to Thomas Wolfgang and Peggy Hinkle. Struggles over our first language, Latin, and timefconsuming civics notebooks made our third year at M. T. H S. whiz by! We chose our courses of study for the next three years, and many of us participated in the Junior High County Choms af'Wyomissing. The award assembly saw Mary Shaner and Henry Greenawald presented with the Senior Woman's Club Awards for the outstanding boy and girl in the freshman class. Sophsgwhat a wonderful name-until we discovered how hard math and typing had become. Remember the odd creatures who ran through our halls bowing and polishing shoes? Don't forget the fun we had at the first real dance of our own, the "Soph Hop." By this time some of our class had become faithful members of the band and others were chosen to warble at Mixed Chorus church services. Maiden Creek Hosiery Awards were bestowed upon Elizabeth Rothermel and Larry Brossman. "Don't Take My Penny," the junior class play, with .lean Billman as the gal who was always in trouble, proved a huge success. Other juniors sang and danced their way to fame in the first "Muhl Revue." Larry Brossman was elected president of Student Council and noonfday dances kept many of us 'Lsteppingf' An impressive ceremony ushered six new members into the National Honor Society. The senior class extended to us an invitaf tion to join them with their prom plans. It was a beautiful and longfremembered evening at the Reading Country Club, dancing to the music of Ken Keely's band. The junior Woman's Club gave awards to Peggy Hinkle and Christie Mills. The hard road to the top of the public school was finally reached. We, as seniors, tried our luck and talent in the play, "Straws For Two." The beautiful Christmas program and County Chorus at Mt. Penn slipped quickly by. And what a shame to leave our new cafeteria after such a short time! Mixed Choristers prepared for a successful Spring Concert. After a lovely May Day, a funfpacked class trip, and a tearfshedding commence' ment, we sadly bid farewell to our school with its memorable moments. Now that we are graduated, we shall have to depend on scrapbooks and souvenirs to bring back the joy of our schooldays. Class Flower Class Colors White Carnation Green and White Class Motto "Nothing succeeds like success." CLASS OFFICERS President ....,... ......................... C HRISTIE M1LLs VicefP1esident .... ..,. B ARRETT OXBNREIDER Secretary ....... ..... B ETTY LOU MECK Treasurer ..... ....... S HIRLEY RAPP ll95ll Aufogrophs


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