Muhlenberg High School - Muhltohi Yearbook (Laureldale, PA)

 - Class of 1955

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' . -. '. . s, . .H 1 1 . Seuffzl. left to right: Stuudt. R1'IltSK'h1l'I'. Mm-1im'k. Ahrvns, Trout. Sf!lIlI117l4H.' Khouri. Boyvr, Ruth:-rmvl. ,Mining from pirtzzren' Cox. Muhlenberg Township School Board HAROLD A. S'1'O1'D'1' CHARLES A. '1'ROl"1' PI't'Ail1P1lf Secretary 1953-1959 1951-1957 WILLIAM -1. AHRENS DR. -IACK E. COX Vit?-Prexi1le11I Trenxurer 1953-1959 1951-1957 EARL A. BOYER ARTHUR Ll. MELICIK ADAM H. RENTSCHLER 19-19-1955 19-19-1955 1953-1959 JOHN YY. KHOUR1 DANIEL G. ROTHERME1. Superintendfn! Sfllititor -IOHN W. KIIOVRI K1'1Rll1'I' H. SCIIMEHL Superinlenflent Prinfipal A.B.. Gem-vii Coll:-gv Ph.B.. Muhh-nbcrg C0114-gv MMA., L'nive-rsity of Pittsburuh BIS. in Ed.. Lvniw-rsitv of Pvnnsvlvania M. Ed. Adm.. L'niw-rsity of Pittsburgh 1 I 6 ,rx ? 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Mathemrztzcv B S ln Ed East Stroudsburg btatt Tm acht rs C ollt et I mu rsxtx of Ptnnsylxanm 'VI Ed TQ mph L IIIXQTSIYN Presented Problems for Math Students Fot thost studtnts who wut ptactlcal Hllfldtd 'Vflss lxuftntl ofhtc d a COUISL IHXOIXIIIQJF pcxccntafff- zatlos and graphs xauetx was addtd to thls course hx tcsts Ulxcn 1n the befflrlnlnv and at the was known to hcffln with and what ntw mfotma IIOII was ff ithctcd dllIlI'1Q tht wat tenth vtadt Vllllltlildl dents wut f an cn s ict tc txptt ss pmpost ot due loplnff thtu ahllltx to thmls through 1 13101511111 and leach sound Concluslons 'VII Owen felt tht forufomlf qualltlts wut ne ctssarx ln tht Il3lI1lI1U0fSlllCliIllS csptclallx thost mt: rtsttd IH busmc ss Jumots and senlots wtrt tauvht the prmclples of CIFCIQS proportton the IH plane and sohd Ucomttrx tllffonomt tty stu dents bccomt lnxolxtd Wltll Utnual proputlcs obhqut and llffht ttlarwlcs w htlt SIIICIXIIIU anffts om studt nt atcldtntlx htouvht mm ls lnto tht dlSCl1S910f1 Blame Sander evplaznf hon to compute mteres! , ' , . 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St. . 13 t FNTIIN R K1-A1 H Ronrkr XX INTERb Mechanzml Drawzng Metal Shop BS ln Ed MllltfSXllll Statt BS ln Industrtal Arts Mllltrsullt 'Ieaehers Colltqt State Tc aehtrs Colltqt M Ed Ptnnsylxama Statt LlI'llXlI'Sllj M Ed Pt nnsylxanla Statt Lnnfrsxtx Crafts Requzred ln Modern Industry Mtchamcal lhaxung placed sptclal Clllpllaili on neatmss cflicltncx accuracy and the four sttp project mtthod of Industrlal Alts whlch lI'lClllClL9 the wollx ln tht Illlfllll Grade conslsttd of elements and phases of Mtchanlcal Dravunv, and tenth vtadt plannmff and dcslffn tltxtnth fftadc problems putamcd to machlnt and tnvmterlnv draumv ln puparatlon fox posslblc future work xn thus htld twelfth Uradc dclxcd mto the as ptcts ol 3.lCl"lllLCIllldl dzawsmv IH Metal Shop tht mdustrlahsts vsorlt touched on handyman jobs COlllil also offered mxde opportunltx for crea hand tools and stands machmf. ptactxee was Uamed m tht use of shapers, lathes eltctrlc saws buffers Urmdtrs and drxll presses vxorlt on such machines atdtd m famlharumv the students ruth tht slulls nttdtd 1n our lndllitflfi .tgp Mechanical Dmwmg students check measurements X ' Q v V 1 - I , 7 Q . I H . Y' . . l N ' ' A , ' . V' . I I '. . . ' ' Il. 1, ". ' ' . . . Q ' ' " l , purposing, planning, execution, and evaluation . . . tive talents . . . projects included tables, ash trays, x ' 1 3 I . . K b h x . 5 . - 5 . . . x i , Y D ' x, U '. G . . . ' ' ' x U ' ' t . 5 Q ' - . - . . . . 7 ' 1 ' yt t X . is 14 H oodzuorkerv build boats cellar fhettx and tablet Taught an Four Industrzal Shops Purpose of Graphrc Arts rs to teach the funda rnentals of prrntrnff srlk screenrnv book brndrnv block prrntrnff, and leather work leather work ers rnade stxlrsh pocketbooks and walle ts wrth a wrde xarretx ot clexer desrffns kex cases and rnoceasrns were other leather projects prrnters were kept busx supplsrnv trckets posters and pro vrarns for dances plaxs and concerts such xarretx ol projects arded rn II1OlCllfl4f well rounded workers rndustrral wood workrnq teaehes un portance of wood rn all staves of ltS use XX ood Shop students framed experrence rn use ol rnodern power rnachrnes and hand tools such work was preceded by safetv dernonstratrons rn order to teach eautron arnonq students some ot therr projects were tables shelx es travs larnps ce dar chests and boats neatness and Hood workrrran shrp were rrnpressed upon students srnce the se qualrtres are neeessarx tor the successful rndustrrrl worker RoBrR'r K HARTZPLL AMF5 B SHANPAR, R Craphzc Avis Drrzer Education P4 00d-571011 BS rn Ed Mrllrrsxrlle State WIUIHIIISOH Tfadl SCh00l Te ache rs C olle se I O V . , . , , , , . . 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C '111 ALTA H H1 NRX F HOFFMAN Instrumental Muszc M4151 BS m MUSIF Ed Imbstnon X tllty 'whurs Collu Collsqt Lonsnrxatorx of MUSIQ Music Instructwn Encourages Self Expresszon X ocal tnuslc 1s requlrtd IH Junior h10fh and clec me ln semor hx h somethlnff new was added th1s xear 1VIllSlC3.l Bmgo whlch was used to teach students note xalues and key Slgl'13IllI'6S jumor lllqll school chorus for selected students ln Grades 7 8 9 mtt dl1I'll'1U W ednesdaw actlxttx perlods ptt lI'lClLlCl1OI'1 trammv for future members of 'Vllxecl C hot us a ntw IIIUSIC theorx club was otffanutd lot llth and 12th Graders IJZiYI1Cl1l21I'lN those cnttunv collwt tot IIlllSlC OI tlunentatx tcachlnvf new thlnvs belnff tauffht wut hat mom, swht rtadmof and dlctatlon class and prlx ate 1HStfL1Ct10H was Unen on all band and or chestra mstruments 1n grades -l throuvh 12 as prep aratlon for membershlp m the band and orches ra ensemble, sectlon and Uroup rehearsals were held for all f3.IT11l1CS of msttuments muslc 1r1StruCtl0I1 enables students to take part m the Il'lllS1C2ll actlxltles of tht school and also to use II 1n than xocatlons or IXOCHIIOIIS Pmno accompanzsts auazt turns to try out , 4: ' , t ., JR. 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Nlks ELLA 'VI BRI-DLI-R E BRAINERD REINI-R1 Ceoqraph3 Geography BS Albright Qolhqt B S in Ed Kutztown Statt Tm ache rs Collt Et Geography Helps Improve F orezgn Relations GL0Ul3IJlllL t titotx Coxcltd this wat xat l fiom Nfluliltubtt f lounshm to Altima ltnmxl Cdvt was lfamcd othu than Illltlllffll tht ttxtboolt btouvht hom homt which wut madt in fottlffn countues ptoplt who had ttaxtlcd in loruvn countrits addxtsstd the classes sutnth fftadus leatned mtcustinv lasts about local Vltililcnbmq '1OYNI'1ShlIJ happcnmvs the seal was compltttd with tht studs ot tht Lnitcd Status its posstssious and flllUlllB0lS llt L10 ith gtaclc IS vu tt taud tt fat ts about out fortlffn I1tlUllb0l9 in tht Wtstttn IOIHS ut xt stucht cl to Get a bttttt point ol xiux on then probltms and in-coffnitxon of thc hxmv pat tttns ol tht dlfluent PHIIS of tht world soma othtt Counttits coxtttd IH this studs wut C hma apan and Gtcat Blllaln K H113 poznts out a japanese zdol lo classmates , . O I ' . ' "t, '. Q ' '- 'S l"Dl ' bl by the use of visual aids. Cur1'6r1tcx'cr1ts. and articles Hcmisplivrt' . . . modes of hvmg, habits, and Cus- 4 D -s x v vxfy x 'xx 5' 4 1' x I' x Y D K L' ' X ' . A . . I , , . . ., . .S - - . 7 1 O , v D - ,s , '..l t., E. .w , ,. - . ,. , - fx, D A A +L sv -tp -s-s K I- -1-1 : 18 Larry .Stoudt breaks the pznata or Spanish studenlr Language Students Fmd Fun ln Studres Latin Lrus 'I odax was the theme ot 9th Urade Iatm classrs vcarly projects rnclrrdcd soap carxmgs ot hmds oi Carsar and ol Grulx ffods reproduction ol art work from textbooks and col llfllllff stamps with latin inscriptions Oli fmtlifrcd superstrtions and studicd Caesar both Classes lound thr CllIlXdl1OIl ol than narncs ind rrclscd thru brains tlvlnv to Corrrplntc Lum crossword IJLIIIILS Spanish II studr nts will lonv rcnrcrnbrr their weclslx cncountus with cl Jrll ucrxone who spold am Envlish on A FIICIHS was PLIIZIIIILCI a pcnm L1 word attcrnpts to trap Vlcssrs lxhorrrr and Schrnclrl into xrsrtlnv Lrrlc d studrnts had fun brcalsrnlf the prrmtrr tlun 9CI'lII1l'JllI10' lor the ffoodrcs that itll from II Gnrnnn students Attcndcd tht annual Vfdlftst II S1 john s Gurnan I utluran C lunch w lnrlr urls r onduc tc cl rn G1 rrrr in MRS LILLIF R Rrxrm NI-XRIAbTLLLA C' Isxpr TO Latzn Englzsh Fermnn Spanzsh Engluh A B Dickinson Gollum -X B -Xlbrrqht Collvqm NI A Columbia Lnrursrts 0 0 U ' l lv v L 5 D v ' 5 X I ' ' ' x P 1' x X 's ' 'b 1 ' ' 4 In . . . 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B Winn Bzologt B S ID Fd Kutltown Stitt Dzrlt Behzenhausen and Pal Docket see uhat makes them tzfk It 'wht rs L 011421 N S rle mple L nnersltx Semors Struggle Through Chemzstry Formulas t s ct 38111111 nt flxts tu s cant 1 httttx undcmtandlnv oi tht xsotlcl uound hun from ninth to twtlfth qmdts hm lttuns tht dlffllllll phasts of thlg llft fxtsluncn stfuttd muh tht sxsttln and the Q 111118 COIIIIJOSIUOII 1I'1CllldLd ln thcst CIISLIISSIOYIS wt rt hlxns and txpc IIIHLIHS the Blolovfx course cox t nd thu plant and Anlntal lunffdoxn notc hooks COIIIIJIIK d ol dmulngs and nous fllllllktl utr lctlxc dxspldx fot Open Houit dlSiKCllHU 501111 tunes c lust d idlllllll'-Y lI1L1dLIlIS Phx mm cltssts COIIlblI1l d IQCIIZIIIOII and ldbola tort xsolk UIOUIJS fountd to work out pxob lc nw fox Illllllflff IIIKOIX IHIO plartlcc tluQ often ton CIRIHISUX L1 comet on nmttu and 1ts Composltxon found mam sc mom laboxlnff out ll P0119 PIOJKCIQ and ldboratotx thuS ulth a knoxxltdgt of all nmtttl the studtnt IS llliplllil 1 xtucx tn tht hc ld of salt C I mt nr A SPANCAKF 'VIN RON F BOXIHR Phgurs fhemzslrg 56121166 BS Ptnnsxlxann Statt l,IllXtI'S1tX BS In Ed KUIZIOWH Slat' Tm 'nc hz rs Lollc El ' A 1 A - , A V V ff - U ' 66 99 ' T11 ' :cicn - dcl ' - 5' I X :tu 1- 1 . . . ' ' 5 Q - ' 'Q " ' ' G ' -' r ,- . ,f xx ' ' , v - 2 . ' I ' ' ..' 11" .Z,.A..Af . ' . -,,' ' , , - - gcncral scicnct' course, which cox't'1's tht- solar rvsultvd in Room 216 sounding lik? a hoilvr fac- F. ,S , , ,Z - L- . A.' ' I . . ' 5 - , . . O I x OI- - vi , . -I 1 1 , - ' K. , b. . I. .,., A. , ,. , Q. V. 1 1. L. . .L . D ,,. .,- ' . . , , . , , , ' . . ' , . . . , .' 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' 1"'z 71'll .'11' '-1 - ' ' 1' ' ' 1 ' ' 1111 1-11' 1 I' -' ' 1' IIS -1 1' -1' ' 'l1111 -1131-s l " 5 ' ' " ' "1 r 11'a ' ' 1 1' - ,1111 -1'1'isi111 111' CHARLrs E Br crux omrr Phpszeal Edueatzon B5 m Hlalth Ed East Stroudsburg Oh c mon Scott make that basket' State Tcachrrs Coll: at Ed M Temple Lntxr rsrtx Well Rounded Sports Program Provzdes Many An all around seasonal sports proffram has at tht senror boxs learned preparatron tor partrrt forded thrs wears male Uxmnasts lrttlt tune out hood and the tsstntrals of emotronal hygrent a sprrnof proffram, rncludrnv softball traclx junror boxs avarn practrctd tht Standard Frrst Ard and socccr baseball has rectntlx bun completed Course tht worltrnvs of the nerr ous and ur clurrnff the vxrnter months rndoor frames such docrrnc sxstcms wtrt ltarntd bs thc sophorrrorrs vxrnnastrcs and socral dancrnff were also tauffht tht Crrtulatorx slxtlt tal and muscular sx ste rrrs tht fall season btffarr wlth tht plaunv ol tau foot trffhth ffradtrs strtsstd tht rmportanct ol ptrsonal ball and socttr health classes vxorlxtd to bet apptarantt wlule safttx cducatron was tauffht to ttr tht rr attrtutlc tow ard mtntal and plrxsrcal lr: altlr stxtnth ffradtrs LLoYn L CLrMr-Ns KPNNJFTH H M-XTZ Health Science Health Mathematzes Bzologg B S Albright Colltqr ff0HfUPhJ B S rn Htalth and Physrcal Ed Wtst Lhtsttr Statt Ttachers Colltet 24 - l Q - N A r. .- as O - A ' - l D ' . ' . . . ' . ' 'I ' ' ' ' ' - 4' B DI' B s " s- ' sn s A v x . l . 1 a n D D D 3 1 ', ll, t B x V t A as volleyball and basketball held the spotlight . . . . . . ninth grade boys can now name the parts of lj" A . - D Y, lx 4' 5 . . - x lv I.. - V x x q Q . dl: x .l . . . , ,D , , 4, D D - .a no 5 . , X 7 sg, 'km'- . I 3 :rx 1 . , . , . J I J I J ' lp . ., A x A 4 . I X1 OLM IINNMNT 'Vins Emwlx P EILPR Health Phgvzcal Iwlumtzon phulmj fqfumtmn BS ln llmalth Ed East Strouclsburq nts lwuhurs Com: n Fd lmmpc lnlursltx Actwztles for Physzcal Education Students A busx wax of spoxts dCIlXlllt9 has kept the glrls Gym classes steppmg hoclxex began the season mdoor sports such as xolleyball basketball trapuc mats and parallel bars followcd dllllllg the wlntcr months thx scason was hnallx con eluded Wllll thc lmnums dlsplaxmv than talents ln arehcrx and sollball onu a month sucnth wfhlh and Illfllll Gulch ffnls mnjoxcd danclnv Wltll thelr male classmius a nuslx formed Gsm Club fox hoxs or ffnls hom UI idas 7 12 mat 'Vlon daxs durmv HCUXIULS pcxlod 1ts acuxmns xn cludcd practlcmv of adxanced tumbhnv fox thn gym assemblx Iunaffers a new health tcxt Wl1lCl1 aldcd thu ffnls ln undclstandlnv thgnmsnlus was ustd by tcnlh Glade fflrls hcdllh classes JUHIOIS afmm practlud Fust Ald Leammq Hom to I nm xxllll Omsmlxu and Othx rs pO1IlllCl out naw fox scrum qnls to xmpxou numdl and phxslcal huflrne and pusonahtx Kills crRXCI I Coon School Nurse 1 hzv ho you do zt 2 nshlngton Sxmtmum and Hospual 1 ' 'V .Q f 1 f X , , , , P f' f k 251' M 7 ' V Q , .1 Y 4 41 ' V A l ' . . . , . . . 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Yi-rna Bvckvr. 6'Ca H Proves Versatility for School Functions ll11s yr-111' our lIl0Qll'I'Il I'2lll'll'l'l2l 1'Q'li'l7I'2llK'll 11s lo111'1l1 ye-111' of sm-1'x'ic'1' 1o Mllllll'IllHt'l'g . . . llhl plat- 11-rs liighliglitvd daily lIll'IlllS . . . cold hc-allh plan-s also s1-we-cl 1o 10111131 lagging appm-1i11-s . . . apple and Cl1l'l'I'y crisp p1'o1'1'd 1o hi' favoriin- clcsscrts . . . many SIllCll'HlS. confusing largm' and SIllHll trays. l1ad fun piling sc-11ior-sfzod lllIlL'lll'S on junior-siyvd trays . . . Mr. -Iohn lYhi1c- lliltl 21 Iough job han- dling Crowds as 1111-5' SXN'21I'IIll'Cl in1o linc . . . lunch dismissals pisovvd rough on llilfflf' hall pa1roll1'1's . . , . . on f11's1 lllllfll pc-riod . . . sc-cozid I11111'.1 IJl'I'1l7Ll dis- missal was SI2lQQl'I'l'Ll lo 1'1'li1-11' Illl' crowdiiig in Illl' halls . . . 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I- x . -. lv, 'Q I- , L. ' - lc1ar11i11g is applied. The SIllClf'I1I who C2111 maintain a high standard of scholar- A- s - ,A-ls. V l s - , 'lv - ,. A. ' I . , , , L. v , N, . s. 1 --1 sl Q- '1 .1 1 '15 ' gt 'h' 511 h's 1 'tx 'h1 h1.'t' ' .1 ' N'h'l1 hfgl 11' 1 11,1 f 11 g ' 1 111 f .1 11 l ' 1 ll1 t ' .' 1' 1 't 2? NANC X ADAM Home I rormnu Lutz always SlTllllI'lZ llkad by uzryom lows schoolwo works at B1 rkmrs Hardwarm dlSplSLS llNL!' pct txprtsslon C ood ouu SldC klck of Gall and Shnrlcy lxkts drxxmg around Ill 1 Lhurolmt plans futurs with Bob eenv 1 1' Obserzer 11 1'7 Makeup C'lub BEVIX ADLER Commfnzal B1 tty brown hamd and brown nymd liss sunm CllSpOSlIlOI1 Matty s part tum hslpmr handlms tha cish for X Tuns Illll'Cl'l2ifldlSl 1 ub faxorxtm color IS gran lnsspirlbln from Nlarxlyn 'llld anus futurc plans mcludc surctarlal work xedChorus17lleensl1 vP 11' Muho Malte up Club 10 RICHARD AHRENS I Acadfmzz Ruh puts 1n mnlt' at thx 8. P pulls thx strmqs balkstage trxg QCDIUSQP1, injoys Lmtal shop chwf qnqmur df hani 'statxon WWW J C rlsks l1fe,ancl hmb for 'hall patrol mr-mbsr of Nax 11 Rmscrus WQSPIFLS tollbzcoris an utromc mnqxmrr Muhltohr Stage Creu 10,11 19 Obsem 17 'VIARII X N ANN AI BRIGH1 Aradf mze xn source of wltty rs marks 101121111211 stnlor whllms IWHX sparc tum playxne: l1COl'ILC stxck snjoys wrmng fnaturt storns for Clbseruerm? P1173 pu fan hmlpmd to flood hott-1 bathroom on l'lOf170l'l Club trxp plans to attc nd Tcmplm Lmursxty chestra ll 1 Band 10 ou Horzzon Club 10 11 1 Obserzer 11 19 Tjpzng CI b 1' ull 8: Seroll 17 BARBARA ANlN BALIHASER Aradfnm Shutmhsx nrqctu ull qum mnjovs talkme and mltlng popullr wlth ucryom 11w'ns Siylllkf Xou know t SIDQII thx Muhl Ruuw for -1 ycars snappy drmssur Slllllllltlftlllll lnnd xocallst plans to smg and damn as a rarur Mzxed Chorus 10 11 IZ 1 Yeenv unzor Treasurer ll Presz dent 12 Hzghwag Patrol 10 Observer 11 19 Class Plaj ll Cheerleader 10 ll Captain 12 Dramatzcs Club 10 President o Inter C'lub Counczl of Berks Countg 19 30 l'. 2" fix L.k!,,..---. 1" ' .t Y-T - 1, L: " . -1 - . 10. '1 . j": Mi , I L: '-" . 12: Cflas. lay 1 . L: It hi: A .O Photography Club 1'QJ2'1fall ,Patrol '1.1. '12: Highwby Patrol 10: t ' . -t' 5 'er L. . ':,'. ' 1 xfflrs sv ' 1' xv ' ' , ,'lv.1ll1 s 'P ' l Or . 2: . 11. 12: Cf nty Band 10. 11. 12: ' I . . 2: . 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U l ll U l l DENNIS BROWN Irzduxtrlal M1 nan flashy drcsstr always stcn but nm: r hm ardnp Capable at drawmg hkts hunting boatmg and wattr skunq tn asunr of H1X baslutball cnthus1ast"' often sun on Mont clalr Strut plans on tntcrmg WYOIHISSIHQ Polytcch Hzl 10 ll Treasurer 12 Student Counezl 10 Varxzty Basketball 10 ll l2 Muh ohz MEI X IN BROYN N Industrial Nos: has a pltasmz ptrsonallty apprcclatns Enqlxsh9?9 tan always bn found at Iwlman s candy storm a bramwp faxorxtt mxprmsslon Nou sald lt' lllClS to cat mat appcarancc futurm plans posslblm form man at Chapm lumbar Lo red Chorus 10 ll Z 1 WALTER BROWN General elly always wcars ouralls one of tht hefty lads of tht szmor cxatcs foodll' steers Clear of all typcs of work football tc-ams pit managtr futurz undecldfd Hzl l0 ll 12 Photography Club l0 Varntj Basketball Man ager ll Varsztj Football Manager 19 ERNESI VX CAMPBELL Arademzc Soup tall blond cmr of famous quotatlons studcnt dlrc-ctor and actor ln thc- stmor play prostnts good argummnts m Current ur-nts class cxtremcly fond of pestcrmg ptoplc ardtnt huntcr and trappcr asplrts to bc a doctor of I'I1LdlC1l'l9 .Mzxed Chorus lf? Student C'ounczl l'7 Class Plaj ll l'7 Swmz ming Team 19 Tennis Yeam 19 VIWC ENT C AST ELLANO Academzc Puxuhy mnta nd 'vi TH S ln Jumor yt ar has fru ndly pcrsonallty dmfsnslu tarklx for Muhls mluzn has wlld craxlng for Italian sandwlchms act an alqmbragn enjoys huntmg and outdoor llfe pals wlth Froggy and gang will probably attend collcge O chestra ll 12 Band ll I9 Mixed Chorus ll 12 H1 Y ll 12 Varsztj Football l2 j V Football ll Track ll 12 32 1 A 1 O - ' . A . . . . ' ' . . , ' H Q . . . 1 . '- V , ' ,, - , T . . g lt '. I f 1' 1 , , , Q I. A . x , . . ' 4' 7 ' ' " ' . . . . . ,ML I . , l' 1 H'-Y l0. ll. 12. 7 Class . . . likvs to hunt small gamv . . .favoritv subjr-ct+Art . . . appre- I- Y ' Y v ' l ' - . , , , . . s ' ' ' -. I -: , ' -5 ,' ' . -5 ' - l l l, f ' I r . z . -1 ' .' , 3 '- , LARRY C AQTEI I UCC I Industrzal Clabbaqr carmfru mdxyldual always wxth Tha Boys whlz m wood and mctal shop follows Hold and stream fayored dxsh IS p1zza pu fears OPPOSIIQ sox?" pct exprcsslon Tall us about lt' plans to work at Quakcr Mald Kxtchens after graduatlon BARRY C OLI ER Gf rural Barry ono of thc startlnq elumn 1n football expmrt typlstg works on the Obsener st'1H' Baath Baxhv fan drools our 'lppla dumpllngs Boston Rad Sox rootcr wcll hkcd by cvcryonm enjoys swlmmlng lluly sensm of humor futurm IS und:-Cldcd Obserzer I9 V football 10 ll Vnrfzty football 19 Track 'VIARY BELLE CONNOLLY Commerczal 'vhry ft l lsmill lm enthuslastlc Jlttcrbug always loolss forward to oflicm pravtluwa consldc rs hommwork dfplorable iss witfhcr of Bandstand wlll suk oflim posmon TERRX CONRAD Induytrzal Raqs Cant wfut for chmnnstry Llisswg at homm 1n until shop fond of the opposm sex"' tnjoys playlng sonar 1dr pt at unusual facnl rxprnssxons C'll'I'ltS Eagln through r11n and snow yarslty rnd hopms to broom: an auto mvschanxc xed Chorus 11 1 H1 10 ll 19 Photography Club Prevzdent 1" Vr1rv1tyI'ootb11ll1" f If Football 10 ll DAX IIJ C ORDIFR Induxtrzal Larrot always zood for a laugh A chmmxstry studm mm? rcsldcs w1th horsns on Sundays hot rod fan one of The B0ys pat cxprrsslon Idlotl suffered an accldental amputa txon of lndmx fingcr 1n futurn will work at Cordxers Garagn V!1xedChorux10 Htl 10 11 I" Stage Crew 10 11 12 33 H 1 1 ' . . . . , . 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KENNETH CREGAR Aradvmic Trigger . . . hails from Now Jvrsz-y , . . 1-ntvrcd Muhlm-nbcrg in his junior yr-ar . . . rc-rognizc-d by his straight hair??? . . . no favoritv srhool subject . . . onc of the Luther L1-aguv "Angels" . . , would rathm-r hunt than attt nd sthool futurr Collign studtnt Photography Club ll ROBERT DANIELS Industrzal Piggy always hangs out at B1 rnn s Swttt Shop lou s Chl I'IllSll'y 999 sports fan cspemallv basketball faxoritt exprtssion is Elaborate for us' likts to kup all tht girls happy belongs to tht Wolurine Club Lnclr' Sam will dcridc his futurt I V Basketball 10 ll DAX ID Dr ANGELO Irzdustrzal Ducln usually su-n Hung around halls lows graph1c arts" D one of tht guys who want to summmr smhool spends loncly hours working at Buhls Gas Station Cruists around in grmn Plymouth one of thc Wolurincs plans to contmut working at Bnhls PA l RIC IA IEE Dr l L Rlx Home Ifrormrnzm suing Oh for Petr s saka' ncur makts dmadlmt for the Obser er pm tticoat fc x 1 r sm 1 n with Edith forum r rating 1 ands tolli cts stuffs d T1 ddv be ars future unda Cidt d M1xedf'ho1urll 1' Obserzrr ll lf' Muhltolu HARRISON DIET RICH lnduvtrzal Wud hails from South Ttmplc but is nexer sun than one of Tht Boys prc-ftrrnu for metal shop always studvingng pct saying You dont say' likrs to shoot pool thrnes on spaghrtti faxoritt pastimr girls will enlist in Coast Guard 34 Y , A I , 'A V - ' . . 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F . v X 1 If s rf EN Induvtfzal pogulz 1d 1ncl1ned to relax 1n Engllsh dxyph menu accordion and gultar player for local ad rc? theubpposlte svc smgs bcttcr aslup than Q N Hoesnx ICYC n ets undtclded future Ch us ll 19 Var ty I' tball10 11 JOHN EBLING Academic ock shared hrs talents bctwtcn Rtadlng H1 and Muhltnbcrq talks m low mumbhng xoncr readxnq ablhty adm1rcd by Mrs Cur lmyw? has a part tlmc Job at Sam Reesers actne H1 Y member would llka to cntcr Wyomlssmg Polytcch Manager 12 Swzmmmg Team Manager 19 class as a smile for eycryone JANICE FISH Commerrzal anlcn pri tty blonde lass and Betty hatcs math faxorxts color blue dotfs on pizza lt always says Holy Mackerel' ardcnt YTLQ ns member plans for thr futurm irc down Pat sccretarxal work well hkcd pals with Marxlyn M1xedChorux 10 11 17 l Teens ll 17 Muhltohz Class Plaj ll 19 Folorfuard 9 BARBARA FORLIINI Commerrzal Barbara pn tty churlm adnr mxer sun wlthout Pat 'und anlce would rather dance than eat could llsten to Tony Brnmtt anytxme faxorxtc cxpressxon I dont got any' always on t1me9'9 absent from Tnmplc on week ends future stenoqrapher Cheerleader 10 11 19 35 ARTHLR FICK Industrzal F1 u of pcp999 drnes hkc mad 1n hxs soupcd up Ford works at Freddxcs gas stat1on enjoys soccer amazed by tractor trallers mechanrcally mclmcd eagerly awaits P O D future truck drlvcr x 6 A Y .u, , S ' 1 ul ff ' Q 1 It fV Q 1 , fa " XL EP P is E ,. . 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" ' - ' ' p'- . .. .9 ' ." . .. -. - -- - - . -Q , 1' if ' 9' ' ROX GEISS Academzc Goosx popular tasy gomg usp of l-ll Y husky place klcklng fullback tnthuslastxc mathcmatxclan uncorks burning fastball for Mt Pt nn Legxon baseball tt am arromphshtd muslcxan fanatnc Cardinal fan exccllrnt cytsxghtw' math major m college Orchestra 12 Band ll ll Mixed Chorus 10 ll 12 County lhorus 12 Muhleteers ll 12 H1 Y 10 11 VzcePres1dent 12 Hall Patrol ll 12 Varszty Basketball 10 ll 12 Varszty Foot 10 1 12 Ba ball IO RL SSELINE X GEISS Fommerczal Russu attractnt bruntttm possmsscs a rmady smlle plus a sweet dlsposmon adept stamstre ss notmd for leopard skm bathlng su1t has an eye for 0pp0S1Il sax capablm hxgh stepper Mzxed Chorus ll 1' Horzzon Club 19 Majorettes 12 Flag Tuzrlers ll 'VI JOSEPH GOODHART Academzc Goody tnrolled at Muhlenberg 1n h1s semor year craus xeal cutlet soda jerk at Meyers drug store hkcs cars flvmg and campmg out pals around with Scoby Schoener loses Germangpp plans to work for Bm ll Ttlrphone Company or be an Alr Cadtt HARLEX L GORDIXER Industrial Humphrey often wears khakxs an ourfed Class mtmber abhors math halls from Hydt Park meat cutter at Casscls enjoys mctal shop abstnt from school on Nloumbmr 1 and 28 drowns worms to pass his tlmz tcrrlfiss 8th qradm rs no future plans PATRICIA ANN GORDNER Commerczal at cheerful known for short halr cut hfe of bookkeepmg class"' makes frxcnds easxly whlz at shorthandnp xery good scholar a devoted member of Youth Ftllowshxp fond of dancmg w1ll Jom Alr Force or seek an office POSIIIOD 1 Teens ll, 12 36 , . . , ' ... 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Y X - - , , I u u Vu s MARILYN J GRILL Home Eeonomzcf Skxllet green eyed curly hanrcd blonde accomplished seamstress rellshes cheescburgcrs and french frus hates chemlstry wrltes letters to a certain swabble earns her mllhon at Spxkes camp cook wlll attend Traphagen School of Fashlon Mzxea' Chorus 10 11 12 l Teeny 11 19 Photography Club 10 Student Council 11 Class Play 11 Color Guard 19 JOAN M GULDIN Aeademzc Mustard plmasmg personality always looks mee collects money for Y Tuns dress club seldom seen alone does home work falthfully act1ve munber of G A A mur at hom: Competnnt football statxstrcxan future Florence Nrghtmgale YTeens 11 12 StudentCoune1l11 19 Muhltohz Class Play G A A ll 12 Honor Teams Basketball 19 Hockey 19 Vol legball 19 SANDRA HELMS Commerezal Sandy cute sparklmg brown eyes snappy dresser llkes Hgurcs yrarns for barbcquss usually sc en ln the company of Patty or Barbara sports cnthusxast wxshcs shl wmrm 1n Shlp pensburg ardent cheerleader w1ll seek a secretarlal job Mixed Chorus 10 11 12 Muhlazres12 I Teens 11 12 Student Coune1l10 Preszdent 19 Muhltohz Cheerleader 11 12 Honor Socwty 12 EDNA HIN SH L ome Economzcs n nn a s esges WM eenx 1 JANET HEFFNER Commercial anet 5 1' green eyed lassxe amlable personality qulet adores office practlcm 9 9 9 sp1r1tc d x arsxty churlf ada r new r mrssrs a sports ew nt always rm plus Don t know do ya? prefn rs boys 1n blue always wxth Fax 'asplrls to bm a sm cn tarx Cheerleader 10 11 19 Muhltohz H ect H gf- H6 1 abo utur fw 37 . .n . .2 i A. 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A FAX HOPTLEY Commf rezal Fay mat appearance cravns spaghettx lows study halls"' always watchmg Bandstand and lsstznmg to pop rc cords C0 lrctor of salt and pepper shakers lskes to trll jokes always w1th anet and Edna future office worker Muhltohz SCOTT L HLXETT Academzc Scotty dog strong, sllent type shy smlle excellent student mce to have around any sport mtcrests hum capable manager of football enjoys mmatxon of new H1Y members hobbxes are food and qxrlsn' plans to attend college Mixed Chorus 10 ll 12 H11 10 11 12 Student Council 12 flass Play ll j V Basketball 10 Calf leam 12 Honor Soczety HAROLD R KEA'I ING Industrzal Kat Ku portraycd Mr Harley nn tha semor class play rea crary llllXtd up guy mad chcmnstwg fascmatmg outs1de mterest has ycn for Dalry Swxrl 1c1 cream can usually be heard saymg Its rough' plans to enlxst m the Naxy Mixed Chorus 10 ll 12 Student Counczl 11 Muszc Theory Klub 12 Class Play 12 Muhltohz SHIRLEX KEIM Comrnerczal Shlrley glfted wlth freckles a frlendly smlle for everyone always accompamed by Ann Russxc and Peanut thls years snappy field marshal dexoted admxrer of Grendel faithful passenger of the Brulse future lxes at Albrlght or RBI Orchestra 11 12 Mixed Chorus 10 ll 12 County Chorus 12 Muhlaxres ll 12 Y Teens 11 12 Projectzonlst Club 10 ll Tra zc Court Secretary 10 President ll 12 Class Treasurer ll IZ flag Twzrlers 10 Majorettes ll Field Marshal 12 Honor Society 12 EDIT H KLINE Academzc Edlth qulet type plays cornet adores POD class? answm rs qumstlons wlth Huh? Mlss Trcxlmrs room entlces hcr"' chocolate sce cream fan dttrsts homework spare tlme spent wlth music membcr of county band future 797' Orchestra 10 ll 12 County Orchestra 11 12 Band 10 Assistant Seeretary Treasurer ll Secretary Treasurer 12 Dzstnet Band ll 12 County Band ll 12 Horzzon Club 12 Observer 11 12 38 7 ' 1 ' , 1 L T7 ' 7 . -3 ' 5 v 5 1 Y J ' 1. . :I " ': " f 12. X ,, I fy . A ., '- 1 ... ...... ts 1 sv ' ' i ,, t , -S 1 ' V ,. Y . - 1 7 ' S ' fl 1 , K , . . .5 . , ... 7 A C: ,,n. . H .., . . - - 1 , 3 S '1 Z Q 1 ' s 5 1 S r fl 1 ' . . :1 . if v-. swf! I i. . H ., . ll, . f 1 5 Q S f Y. V- ' . ' 7 3 7 I. ' . ' . 7' ' 7 9 7 ' MN IXOQH Commrrczal Ann attractne mttc- Rzvllows latdst ,fashlons always talk ln and frlend of Algebra HRW: Constantly' statmg Oh thats nm at"' transports the gang 1n the Bruxse spms baton ln band majorr fe Bppsmon f ure Albrlght or Traphagen student l Teens ll 1 Mu tbhz Mdjor ite: 10 Majorette Leader ll Band Majoretle 12 FRAINC EQ ANN KLNIVIERER Commerczal Nan tall brown halred gal loses sewlngwp drools over spaghtttx actlu mrmbcr of Youth Fcllowshxp smgs rn choir ardm nt fan of Eddu Flshfr mtcnds to follow secretarlal Carter Muhllohz BARBARA ANN LASCOMB C ommerczal Barbara allablr personalxty slaxes on fdltorlal staff duotu, f Iennessu Erme always saylng Dont bet on lt' Cunt lxbrary hclpar rtcoqnlzcd by her large ribbon bows known for her Crarkmg of gum lxkzs nd undmmdcd futun Student founczl ll Lzbrarg Flub 10 ll Preszdent l'7 Make up flub 10 Muhllohz VIVIAN M LESHER General IX cute trlck pleasant to be around A student ln Lhcmw' 55s homecommg queen second soprano 1n Muhl alres Compttc nt flag tw1rler leader excellent cook sw1ms llke a fish'99 loxer of jazz musxc posslblc nursc or Penn Stats. entrant Mixed Chorus 10 11 12 Muhlazres 11 12 Hanzon Club ll Seeretarg 19 Projectzonzst Club 10 Highway Patrol Secretarj 10 Obrerzer I2 Flag Twulers 10 ll Leader I2 Muhltohz IHELVIA LLTZ Commerezal Sap snappy lass smart dresser one of our sllent gum thcwrrs"' frequently sun wlth Barbara R when not at home can usually be found at the GO0dlC Shop greets euryone wxth a Lhurful smllr future mtcntlons secretarial work Student founcll ll Cheerleader ll Muhltohz 39 . :f K - I K A Q xi ., 5 . S Qi t, 3' t .J ' ,V , Y , A fr, 2-' X! Ll ' '. v V ' .X . .x fl , , . l A Ly , I J if n I f ,Q - J lr r 1 1 A R' ' . . . . ' bln - . . . . - g..."' " , '.l' , - , ,s ' ' ', ga- tt - - J, . - . Z.. - - g 2' , ' F ' l . . . 2 ,. . '- . - . .rt f all - l ' , 2. ,5 -. ' . - . . . I - L2 I I J rx ,X 1 1 I A x Q . ' 5 ll . 1 , . . K . at Rosedale Rr-formed Church . . . enjoys typing . . . is usually cold , W I , , O H", ., 'DUI' I U " ' '."...effi- I ' g ' ' , , , ' -1 - , 5 . . . V' ' . . . ' . . . - . . . 'H 'l ' ' 3 I x 1 I , . . . . . Y, U. U I . . Q 2 . ' ' , - 1 ' , 5 ' ' . , Y A3 3 , 5 . ' ' ' ... . . . ' " . . . . , :S+ SXI VIA jlt AN MANMILLER C ommnfzal Sylux prtm mmmbmr of tht class fast typnst ofttn orders two ltilmn S21IIdWlCl'lKS glgzlt box ln Enqhsh fan of P1 rrx Como JANICE MALANDRA C Unlnlflflal anxcn cute httle mxss spends Sunday afternoons slaunq t Millers never wxthout the gang meals conslst malnly of hamburgers and Itahan Sal ad would walk fifty thousand nults to see Bllly Eckstme plans to be a typxst Student Council 19 Muhltohz LARRY MANMILLER G1 rural Stxnlt troubls hunttr suks outdoor Ilft faxorltc mxprtsslon You armnt too QHQPCIIXK1 always full of fun munbtr of the Lusport Ltglon bastball tt am loyal Lardmal fan southpaw on baseball tram dcslrts a chance ln tht major lmaguts Mzxed Chorus 117 Student Counrzl 1'7 1 V Basketball 10 Base 10 numbmr of Xouth hllowshlp and church choxr plays tht plano adores SKWIHQVPVJ? future stcrntary I Ieens ll 12 Red Cross Club 19 Muhltohz Vollejball Honor Yeam 19 'Kiel RL SSELL MANXN ILLER Irzdustrzal Buddy ont of thm smalltst half backs to h1t Muhlenbt rg ardt nt Shakmspaart fanna lows baseball and football huntmz rates hugh always found wlth Dmk satxsfies appctltt wlth onlon sandwxchts W P I IS hrs dtstmatlon after graduatlon Mxed Chorus 10 11 12 H11 10 ll 12 I V Basketball 10 11 Varsity Football 11 19 I V Football 10 Baseball 10 11 12 PATRICIA MARTIIN General Go'1fball frlendly gal xssuts wrsccracks halls from Collage Helghts ardent fan of Johnny Ray dxshkts opposxte sexw' actne 1n sports wht re tht re s Babs ther: s Pat one of Mr Harms s better P O D studentspv future undecnded Hockey Honor Team 10 40 INIGRIIJ MA I'I SON C ommwczal Inqr1d blondm halr and blur 1y1s wry mars1ght1d 'llwiys Wlth a comb 1n hand posscssns .1 typxcal Bronx arunt adorrs Mr HZPTIS s llttlc projcftswa has mu nsp d1sl1ks for strw pals around wlth Barbara wxll suk rommzrcxal cmploymc nt I Teens 11 9 ROIJNIX IL 'VIII I ER Afadfmu Dmk famous for h1s blg fur sun but not hr ard997 Inns to loaf 1n Enghsh Class 11 ft and on football tc am llkms food 1n qmmral hates OPPOSIIQ smxmp always found w1th Buddy Lnjoys huntmg and fishing Larpsntsr ln thm futun Varsztj I'ootball 1' Baseball 10 ll 1' Table Tennzs Club I2 I 'NINQMLS El z 0 fa 1 n or ISS fathtr 1 r E u u h3 OP l 'always TH Ill S3 C 1 sz FRAN EQ NIXERS ' Aradfmzc Fran! a blondn ably saxophoqlsti ,knac for getdnq 1n .iight PM Canedaflarms summmrs C nlxally clzattrrxne sc fwith Dxaim owm ddp sc-cohd alto X01 Q1 eagnrly awa1tsydeadl1ms97'?' excels ID arzm futurc collage student Ll Orchtstraxlfl ,ll 2 D1stnd"Orchestrd 12 County Orchestra 10 R12 Band 10,11 Vice Presfdent 12 Dufmfaand ll 12 County Band 10 11 2 Mzxed horus1O ll 12 County Chorus orzzon Club 10 Obserzer 19 Honor Soczetg 19 LVI NACLE Commercial Rr . . . pos ssc-s b btiful 0 I . . . ' ally exercising v l ords . . jc idcs o us Icy R . . . ident of Youth i . . . enjoys a tfn and ' kin . . . Ame ' 4'n senior . . Aardent fvoiball fan . s 0 r at eephon Mixed Chorus f10, 1 1 Ia're ll '- eens l Class lilay Ilia' IQ., Chess Club ' n 1 ' M o i. i lernzc spo oo l IHEODORE 'I PASKO9 General Boog mn porsonallty always SITllllI'l2 alert and attentnep llkts metal shop bt autlful gxrls and qym pct exprtsslon IS More or ls ss' plans to get a new car can be sun wxth thx Zt ttlemoyer twms at lunchtlmt wants to attm nd tradt srhool Track I0 Table Yenms 17 BARRY OCHS Acrldfmw Barry plmasmg ptrsonalxty Commands rugged Hall Patrol post wlzard ln StUdlLS plays Cool sax ln band abhors frmmme sfx drlbblcr on court tolls for Mt Penn Ltgnon always on txmewl' future chem major at Albrxght College Band ll l2 Hall Patrol ll 12 Varsity Basketball I2 V Baxketball IO ll Varsity Football 12 V Football ll Baseball 10 ll 12 Cross Country 10 Golf Team 12 VIRGINIA PARKX IN Cornmerczal Gmny dark naturally curly halr blushes readxly wlde awake m ofliu prartlce Classng llYlS m traxltr usually with Pat constantly saying Than than an thosa' milieu nt Class secretary plans to rntcr the commercxal firld Mzxea' lhorus 10 ll 12 l Teens ll Yreasurer I2 floss Seere tary 10 ll I2 Muhltohl Honor Soczetg I2 -I DAVID PEARAH Academze Pt ar wrll lxkcd by curybody dtsplsts g1rls97'9 ardent hunter and swxmmrr curly ha1r979 well dressed Student Councll prs xy Canadlan summers fillrd wlth boatmg fishlng and water skung compctm nt photographer HSPIFCS to become an MD Mrxedfhorux ll 12 H11 10 ll 12 Photography Club ll I2 Projectzonzst Club 10 ll Hall Patrol Court 12 Hall Patrol Captazn ll 12 Student Counczl 10 ll Preszdent 12 Obserzer 12 Class VzeePre51dent ll 12 Class Plag ll Muhltoh1 Golf Team I2 Honor Soczetg 12 'VIII IJRFD RAPP Academic Vllllu txehangcs WISK trac ks wlth Roach uttz rs Oh darn lt all' a wh1z 1n chemmstrywt loyal Y Tetncr pals around wxth Sylua faxorlte hobby IS tatmg tallest gurl ln stmor class works at Faxrground Market lntmnds to wtar 'Naxy blue Teens 1 l 42 K - ' -i at as ' . 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SYLVIA RA PP Commerczal Sylua posscsses long brown hair and lox c-ly brown eyes constantly saying, You know it' yearns for Sonny days always with Millie frequently seen at Falrground s Skateland spends hours dolng short hand lows popcorn future plans mdefmite XX ILLARD REBER Aeademze Willie fond of rabbits and guinea pigs skilled paper hanger and pamtnr Spanish nickname Guapo fhandsomej loathcs English literature silent type with the g1rls"' perfect example of fine conduct mttnds to enlist 1n Uncle Sams Air Force BARBARA REINERT I omrnerczal Barbara hails from Laureldalc always smiling short brown curls crary about schoolpn would rather danu than cat faithful Churlc adfr spends summf rs at Dtharts swimming pool mur without Smpx will bc opmrator at Bell T411 phonm 1 Teens 11 fheerleader 11 I2 Muhltohz DIANE RICHARD9 Academze acting gamut from IYIIVL Lorllss to snippv Mrs Gillette fond of the song Oh ohnnu' hobby pen pals orchestras only ctllo pl'1ycr will study music at Mary Washington Collcqm Orchestra 10 11 12 Dzstrzct Orchestra 12 founty Orchestra 10 11 12 Mzxed Chorus 10 11 12 County Chorus 10 Muhlazres 11 12 Debatmg 10 11 12 Horzzon Club 10 11 12 Highway Patrol 10 11 Tra ze Court 11 Student Counczl 12 Secretary 10 11 Observer 11 12 Muhltohz Class Play 11 12 Color Guard 12 Musze Theory Club 12 Quzll A Scroll 12 Honor Soczety 12 DEAN1NA RINGLER C omrnezezal Dc-anna Carefree and gay blushcs easily always talking often seen at Mattys with Betty and Mary roxmg eye for males enthusiastic cheerleader active member of Y Teens favorite ex PTCSSIOH Ill be dipped' future prix ate secretary 1 Teens ll 12 Muhltohz Cheerleader ll 12 Chess Club 10 43 ' li ' 93 K I LL 15? ' ' ' , . Y. ' . - . L l x . I .A . . . - I ' . 2 . . H ,, x . , . , ' xx 1 1 n 1 , I l ' - ,i , -. i. 3 so 1 Diane . . . shining brunette hair . . . smiling personality . . . runs the ' ' , h as 1 - vs ' as ' ,ss KS J 'I Y! T X I 3 i . R ' '- ' ' ' . . A . . g , Y , , , -, . . . -: , , g J 3 . ' - 2 n ' , 7 3 9 1 S I ' 7 , , 5 H 5 , 7 I 1 S I 1 1 S 4 . ' . ' . ' , Y ' . ,K , . ,, . V , . . . - . "- . .1 ',' , , -g . BARBARA RITTENHOL SE ACGUYFVVIIC Barbara makcs mat appearance A studcnt causcs rlots at deadlmc SCSSIOHS ax 1d Ray Anthony fan portrayed COUSIH Agnes 1n Jumor class play pllots 41 Plymouth has embarrassmg mem orus of 54 Horlzon Club trxp future Albrlght frosh Mzxed Chorus 10 Debatmg ll 12 Horzzon Club 10 11 Vice Prexzdent 12 Observer ll 12 Muhltohz Class Plaj ll Quzll Sc Sfroll 12 Honor Society 12 KARL ROHRBAC HER Academw Low a hlgh and mlghty rnembrr of thc class wrllhkcd by t1achmrs"' soda jrrk at Burma s Swwt Shoppr excrllnnt portcr on health artlclcs xery often secn wlth Pmhead Miller and Rocky Rothcnbrrgnr future plans mdnhmtr Band 10 ll 12 Photography Club 11 ALVIN ROSQI Industrzal Lmployed at Peoples drug storf llkes to cook mcreased the demand for excuse blanks at Muhhnbrrg faxorltc subjut was actlvmes perlod enjoys huntmq and hshxng makes good marks ln chemxstryn' w1ll Joln thx rc eular MHFIDCS RIH D1c napp rm ssc r s a o ua ss c ly grt al w1t 0 y Ma an ops futu musxc or Stat oru u horu Muh s Phot rap u u to a lay m Te m 10 l lBan oru orus Music or Clu Typzn b 2 R HENBERGER Industrzal oe ne y attnred fawo hob s workmg around machines o lt Roae worth s mat boys llked e fan of Dlek ovcs Itahan sandwlches hns ry 7' plans to t e sc ool xx d 1 12 2 Gym Team ll 12 4-4 1 lff .... 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CARL M QCHLOII Induvlrzal Butfh short dark cycd smnlor haunts Marlon Strut ln Laurtl da a keen follower of all sports ncur wlthout Alvln ROSSI fond of any shop fellow member of Irlsh 'Viountaln WOlVtflHCS future career lles IH the MZYIHK Corps Typzng Club 12 Cgrn Team 10 BARBARA ANN SC HMEC lx Genrral Bom s cu 1 can fre L 'md pm tlts na xml stops talklnq thuslastlc cha n rlm ide r ar: atc st grlp ls school att: ntlu Poml r oys salrsglrl IS constantly early for schoolwg mat drcsslr always ready for fun future undccldrd eenx 11 Obv er Chee ader 10 BARBARA ANN SEIDEI C ornmfnzal B0bbl proud posscssor of lone dark halr txachms for Marla Shaw Studlo danclnsf takes hnr to many dlfferent plans thrlvcs on Shutcher plans to enter field of show buslness Orchestra 19 Band 19 1 Teens 11 19 Projectzonzft Club Presz dent 10 11 19 Hzghway Patrol Preszdent 10 11 19 Student Counezl 11 Muhltohz Honor Soczetj 19 GAIL SEIDEL C orrzmerezal Gall small yly HCIOUS brunette trauls to school ln a black Chuy coupe a Ccrtaln blond ratns tops wlth hcr has a great ad mlratlon for school especlally office practlcr 993 sm aks out for lunch wlth Nancy future mndlcal sn cretary JAMES SHANER Aeadf mzc Bones lncessant talker enjoys Mr Whltes llghth pcrlod classes permanent summer rcsldrnt at South Temple Pool rellshes cafcterla foodmp sccm shlfter frequently Wlfh the Zetts dI'lNlS Plymouth named Becky wlll attend college Mzxed Chorus 11 19 Muhleteers 11 19 Photography C'lub 10 Projeetzonzsl C'lub 10 11 Stage Creu 10 11 19 Table fennzs Club 11 Honor SOC1ElJ 12 45 , f V . - . , 1 . Y ' .' 1 I' . , , , , , ' l'. c ' ". 1 'D 1 .4 ...vn- u n ug x . l . I s x X U ln .L . . ' l u U ' n v . Y-T . 12g .erv 12g I rle . 11, 12. A A A I , . . . X . K ' 9 . . . X Y I . X sandwiches . . , very active in Muhl Revue . . . seen most frequently with '4 - " . . . ' -, Q. ' . A.. . 4 - X . . -1 e f , , -g X I g ,' ' -. . l - .L ,- - X h - , x s A x . xl I I . . . s 4 L . . . E X l , X 1. I V' N ' 7 I , . . ' . . Y . if " ' 2 SANDRA SHOEMAKER Afademzf Sandy rosy 1h1 1 ks moods x .IIN qunt som: tnns s tallxatlu t otha rs loathz s ch1m1stry"' Willlrt ss nt R11s1r s R1 staurant l1k1s mlnldrc n udorm s butts rm cl noodlm s usa s d1lT1 rc nt mxpra s sxons IJFOIIIPU r for :lass play futurm R1 EISIQ Fl d Nurs: Mrxed Chorur I0 ll 17 lountg Chorus 10 ll Horzzon Club I0 ll VzcePre11dent I2 Hzghurzg Patrol 10 Tm rc Court ll Observer 17 Muhltohz Red from Klub I0 Class P1113 19 Honor Soczetg I2 MARX ANN QHEIPE fonznzuzzal Mop blonde blue eyed nnss om of the tallnr nu Illbl rs of tha class has the ablllty to get along Wlth excrybody Capabll 51 'lI'llS'1fl SS Carrus Amcrlcan flag m color guard Presxdnnt of Xouth lcllow Shlp member of C1x1c Opera plans to do socrotarxal work Mzxed Chorus 10 ll I9 l Teens 12 Hzghway Patrol 10 f0l0Y Cuard 19 Muhltohz KMA Azadem c f Cv- a x if mg mrludmg th1 Lrs halr up XIKIII stltmh 1 nt gmt w1s1 Pop1yLs so 'ff' M, 4 N-js 101 okms abs kj' serrer ar lr f66O K-,366 M e N 1 eefwxv ' serz 5 Plug 1' Majorettes ll I 7 C' A A 10 Szumnzzng Club 10 Muszc Theory Club 17 I' T A ll 1' 'lable Tennzs Club 10 Muhltohz Quzll In Scroll 19 Honor Society RIC A SLONA ER Aoade If ractlu IIISS alw ys smllxnz,-J halls llll BP b sun w Lorry rh1m1 hmndn axon xxr s1on h ya ah' r s 1n oll O lthful sm ss for M a1r s s to mnt co cm Mixed horuf 10 an een: rm Pl 1 Projec n I Clu Hzg Potroklll I mf: our! IU Muhltohz ROBERT SLL QSER 1ndu1trzal E poss1ss1s mat blu1 1y1s lous lunch tmn spends span t1mL 1n school Clark at l'ood I'a1r one of Thr- Boys patrols P1 nn Strut attondmd summer school fax outa class qraphlc 'artsaw trauls wxth Shultz futurm undmcxdsd 46 1 '. ' K . ' 5' -J' : " 1 , A' Ep ..g y. -- i -st p- .. n vv ' .--l ' '. ' tg .- A- in J. C - v 'th ' ,- H. 1" A, , . a Ch- 'tr ??N...'p" y4v ' ' --.inn 1' to ' . .. P ' Q-for "tv l'1' .P OJ i A Of 521 e 1. 12. 1'-T ,L.f11,1L.o1,- ' 11, 12: .las ' lg ' . L: 1. . . .l2: . t 4 . Z , D: t , -.-Q .. . -. '12- v V ' 1 '. r 7. . ' u 5, v . . l v, -F I, .I g, ff iv. a . . ' - .' . 1 ' 1 ' : Aff' I : Q A -1 ,' .' : . ' -3 ' A l. PVaq...aij"- ' V' .. So T- .. .--- -' ff'-.-.4 - V . 4 - .' . hot ' thm- H - h N . . ' - l ' 17h 'l ' ll'.'. . N 1 fy ' 3 . .l2:l 1' 1 121,1S:1f'. 2. f . A 2 h 1 : 1 ': - l , -I h . , 1 S if AV Q., . is-2'-'N l KENNEII H SMI I H I ommf Il ml Smltty hmrm s a dltty about our Smntts CIAIIIIS his Ford IS hot not shot faxorm sport gurls mn short always dttssy mur nussx has pamful shms sets up pms coa he dtlxxcrs so curly h SIIIVLFS needs a stur toward his futurf carter Flnsv Ireafurer IU Baseball I0 II DOI ORES SNY DER Commertzal Lorry pr rt and prtm lows school trrrncndouslx 9 9 Umm to Muhle nbarq m hnr sophomorr year ont of 'vhss Knauss s ucrlasunz pc sts urrythmg s just Duc In wlth htr pmt rxpn sslon Oh yeah' will pound a typmwrltnr III tha futurt Ytudent founczl I' Muhltohz RONAIIJ IJ SPAXIJ Induxtrzal Ttddy Bair short boy of tht cl ss sxlwnys full of Ixughs ry Lnthusnstu ubout chemlstrx 'U mushroom worker m hls spm tlmc rollzr skatlnq f'1n ourworlts the ucpre ss1on Xou dont know do you? W P I wlll bm hls futurm dmstmatxon Chefs Club I0 XXIII IAM SPAXIJ flgadf 11114 Monk FLSICIQS ln Xlssus 'lownshlp sun wlth Froqqy cotes on pot pn lvluhls modtrn farmsr sllght mtervst 1n carsw' prourb Thats 1 Qood qurstxon' thrxus on tht Cafs foo ycn for huntmz sllc nt typ: 99' Iuturt horse doctor ack Il IDA 'VI SPAX IJ C ommerczal c t brown haxr brown myns 1 study ln slow motlon spnnds most of her tum: at TL mplc Dllli r Miss Msnrks s top hookkupmq stu s X299 admms har pet p1r1Iu4t rrry future w11trs ss 47 , t.A ,. 4. ,H- I '... ' 'I l .' ' I f... 'l I I , V ' . H' "' -. - .'. . - , . . 1 9 , . 4 I . 'IV 4 I. u at D s I vs ..l . A - - n'x U, . .-. , ' ' ' U - -" ' . . I . ' " . I ' L: '. fx? I 1. I I , Ile... ', " - ' ' . ' . . 1 ' . U V. ' C 'K L- 'A . dm-nt??? . . . wht-rv thorn-'s a yoclvl. the-rs-'s Ida . . . dislikus opposin- .I-.. .... '- - - .z"- j- 'X I 7 . .- . , .. , " -.... ' z vc - 'Q " . '-' ,CQ .... '- ' ' 1 - ' . ' -. - . . t ' "f' ' , . , n . A4 A A ' I " ." 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Tr .l2. tl -lf 'VIIC HAEL STABOI EP97Y Industrial Hump adorm s school 9 9 7 Crazy about str ak sandwifhm s popu lar liqurm at thi Playland dancms always sf in with Mud not imc ri sts d in girls P 9 7 om of Thr oys pt t cxprv, ssion is VN hat do you mean 9 fax oritm hobby boating und: Cidvd fu Illfl Track 10 DOIN ALD STOL DT flcadernzc L hi 1 ta winning pa rsonality brain: hlld quarti rback dappc-r in apps aranu adorc s chi mistrypw aqgre ssiu studs nt con stantlw uttm rs Will thi mutmq comm to ordi rp confirmmd bachc-101499 futuri will combini colleen and axiation ciestra 10 11 1 and 10 Mxe oruv Secre arg Pres: ent Hn Pa rol 12 a Patrol Court 11 Student founczl Vzce President ll Class Pres: nl 10 12 Vars 10 all 11 1 1' Baseball 10 Tra 1 17 Honor Society 1 LARRY SIOUDI Academic 1 ll y mat usually will clrissld wondirful sins: of hunioi l1ltlUN i 1 1' nglish classa 2 our 11: nt command of gram 111 lfgpp f11t11ful tr 11 k st ll lu 1 n on all sports intl rc str d in fi 111 111 s romantic ty pl injoxs dancing band lflthLlSlaS1f futurm niinistm r 11111011 17 Mserlfhorus 10 lla Play 11 1 f V Bas e 10 ll It n lll ll 1' Swunmzn learn 1 7 RUSSEI L THOMAS Acadt mic Russm-11 . . . entered thc portals of Muhlcnbvrg in his junior yvar . . . tall blond . , . proficient spvl10r??? . . . likcs to work on his jalopy . . . always punctual in morning and afternoon for school!!! . . . probably will am-nd College- to study engineering. Student Council ll, 12. DAX ID TOBIA9 flcadi mic azz . . . shops at Mazzo's . , . sm-cond in command in Hollmans organ- ization . . . admirvs thc cn-w-cut??? . . . Muhlmrtl-1-r harmonizvr . . . '- ots shiny gre-1-n Chu-vy . . . 1-xcvlli-nt drummvr . . . loyal fan of rvrtain 32 twirl:-r . . . will major in music' at rollvgv. Orchestra 10. 11, 12 g District Orchestra ll. 12g State Orchestra ll: County Orchestra 10, 11. 12: Band 10, 11, President 12g District Band ll. 12g State Band ll. 12: County Band 10, ll, 12: Mixed Chorus 10. 11, 125 Muhleteers ll, 12g Hi-Y 10, 11, 12g Observer 12g Class Play 123 Swimming Team 12: Music Theory Club 12. 48 PATRICIA IOMEO Commfrczal Tomato Cutc well drmssxd n1tur1llx curly halr mu r ldlm wcll lxked Y 'Iuns scvrc tary anjoys books knlttlnq 'Ind food name causes much Lonfuslon says l-ss Corrcctlon fluid plans to contmut har buslness cducatlon If Teens Vzce President 11 Secretary 19 Student Counctl Treasur er I0 Dance Club 11 Table Tennzs Club 10 Muhltohz I E ANNE IOY 41 ad: mu C hlnq C hmg only tha nuns suzzz sts C hm 1 14 tually gr 1 n :ye d lush miss bookworm arcompllshc d musu 1 ln ardc nt Rt publu an 111 many HCIINIIHS from dawn to dusk usually on tum '93 Ll ts hc-r man 1n th: sc mor class play future College Co md Orchestra 10 11 12 Dzstrzct Orchestra I0 ll 19 State Orchestra 12 County Orchestra 10 11 12 Mzred Chorus 10 11 19 Countg Chorus ll Debattng 10 11 12 Horton Club 10 11 l'7 Stu ent Counczl Vzee Preszdent ll Muhltoht C lass Plag 19 Color Cuarrl 19 VIARII X IN TROL 1 Academzc 'Nrlarxlyn halls from tht Castle always dmbatms wxth Mr I-Iarrls ln POD qucstxonablm blondn halr CICS naturalj knowledge of Fri nth capturnd role m class play soprano sololst frequently states How bout that' future- has at R B I Mixed Chorus 19 Dzstrzct Chorus 10 County Chorus 12 Muhl azres 17 Honzon Club 1' Obserzer 19 Muhltohz Class Play 1' I' 7 A President 1' Fgpmg Club 12 YVILLIAM VOCEI Acad: mn Swut Wllllam a good looking nt at drtssm r nmkcs frnnds wlth almost anybody lows vtfeterma lOOkll'lQ393 always found swxmmmg ln tht I'1XtI' on a sunny aftmrnoon bashful around Q1rls"'97' hopfs to be coma cnqmur 'lftmr collcgm xed Chorus 10 ll 19 H11 10 H Obserzer 19 Swzmmzng Team 19 fable Tennzs Club 11 Cym Team 19 Chess Club 10 VIARX ANN WN AGNER Commr rt zal Pnanut short cute well dressmd lass qulck w1tty remarks shouts commands to majortttn l1nL tc achms pct parakoet words lows to mystxfy ptoplt by tappmq thcm and then dxsappc-armq ofttn says Oh many thmgs' w1l1 furthtr busmtss Lducatxon Mixed Chorus 10 ll 19 YTeens 1" Muhltohz Majorettes 10 11 12 Majorette Leader 12 Muszc Theory 12 49 -. 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J KENNEFH H XX III IANIS Arodfmzc Pxqmon scldom mlrlx for school P121 on ralser famous for appe t1l1nL, dlShCS drums hms ral half tht umm and pushzs lt tha other ha glmammg nyc fox opposltm sf.x can 13511, do without Cvrnnn class mtcnds to major xn Illldlflflh Allred Chorus 10 H l 10 ll 1' Photographjg 11 17 Student ounezl ll V football ll Suzmmzn Team 9 7 ennzs 'I earn l 7 RONAI D WILLIAMS Academze Ronnu famous for his grun drawprs an admlrtr of John Landw gn atm st plcasurf. ts dl52-lgflllilg wxth Mr Harrls can usuallx bt plans lncludt Marmrs and collmgm chestra 19 Band ll 1' Hz l C' ootball ll 7 fdfk 10 ll n 1 19 C , Club 10 Muna Theory Club 1 VVIARQHA KN OLFGAINC' Acadfmzc Marsha frxnndly gal from Hyde Park ITllXCCl chorus accompamst cm rqz tu' chcerlm adl r xc-teran Muhlam fond of farm lxfm "' actlu m Churchwork Mrs Archm r and studs nt dxrutor of stmor class play Clrsms carur ln fixld of art Mzxed C' orus 10 ll 1' Count3 Chorus ll 19 Muhlazres 10 l Teens ll 19 Muhltohz Class Pfaj ll 12 Cheerleader Honor Soczety 19 FENE XET'lO Induxmal Gmnu always wnars dungarus sports a snappy halrdo usu ally at Bmrme s unnnthusnastlr about gym gots around with The Boys has Rick for a shadow fax orm mxprcsslon It donsn t mat ter to mm' groundyd for flymq too low future Bcrylllum nmploym 50 A 1 I ' l , N J 1 " aff! 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J V 1 -' 'l RAMOIN ZELLER Acade mu T1ge r snappy dre sse r lou s hlS Che IIllSU'y 9 3 3 ne xe r QUIPI one of the startmg eluen on the' football squad always hungrs spends summers slcepmg at Temple Pool we-ll llked bs euryom mtends to enter college or Armed Forms H1 I 10 ll ll Hall Patrol ll 1' Obserzer 19 Varsity Football l'7 V I'ootba I0 Track 1' Chess Clu RICHARD LE'l ILEMOXER General Z1 tt fellow classmates often su double co owner of Hot Plvm outhe th usually answers Classmates w1th Yep' d1sl1kes Crowds IS toy tram enthuslast part tllllt pretzel bender future am b1t1on IS to jom A1r Force P01101 Mzxed Chorus 1' Photography Club ll I7 Hall Patrol ll 1 ROBERT ZETTLEMOYER General Zett seldom seen w1thout the other half favonte comeback IS You d be surprxse-dl desp1ses Enghsh Class non profitable rabblt ra1se'r earns h1s pe nnus by be ndlnq pretzels at Bachmans hopes h1s futuro occupanon w1ll be Cook ln Mr Force Mixed Chorus 12 Photography Flub ll 12 Hall Patrol ll I Table Tennzs Club 10 C LASS C OI ORS CLASS FLOWER Royal Blue and Whzte Whzte Rose C LASS 'VIOTTO A wznner never quzts and a quztter never wzns Prcs1clcnt VICC Pres1dent Secretary Treasurer C LASS OFFICERS 51 Donald Stoudt David Pearah Vzrgznza Parkyn Shzrley Kezm 11. -gj. .' ll 1 ' ll, L1 5 1110. , , I, 1 ' ' . . . . . .. 1 , 1 4' , . 7' 1 , . 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N11 . .'h'f - 1 lll Wf ff W Z 'ffwf E ff 'f ' . ff f ff ff If f f , Service rul toe XTION for uhlth everx box and Qlrl IS preparmv IS to serxc other peoplt Serxlee 1s perhaps a hard word to dehnc but ll max he tlasslhcd m tuo ways dutx and helpfulnc ss lo some students se rxlee IN just a duty pc rformcd for vxhlth thu recent Credit, others mlll serve onlx where there IS publle FCCOQIIIUUII On the other hand there are COIISCICIIUOUS students who perform a servlee bfeause of the pleasure and 9dI1Sf21CI1OIl thex get from It These students show a wxllmgness to bervlec rendered ws 1th a sp1r1t of helpfulness and lemdnc ss xx xthout thou ht of reward IS perhaps the onlx truc scrutc Ihls type of SLIVIKC IS hard to hnd beeause II must be aboxe self mtcrest Too many tlmes students forvet that jox can be derlved from deeds performed wlth no other thought 111 m1nd than to hqhten someone else s load Here at Nluhlenherg eaeh orqanlaatlon andcluh proxldesopportumtlcs for servlee of some lemd So lt IS that everv student lfhe selfesthc opportumtx his a chance to render SCIXILL m no matter hom small a was 67 O s y l y' s -, ' , V . , - 1 l x . v s. s , . .l i , ' - . - 1 Y' r v y x s ' w ' 1 ' 0 x 4 , , , Q ' ' " 5" 3 serve the school, the Community. organizations, or faculty members. N ' . , Y' , . ' ' x s 1 - - Y. x . , v' U- , . 4 A., , 1 'f ' - x f - s v x 1 s yn - 1 7 l D - v x - s 4 ' - s . w 1 Y H i ' Xl W .f . 1 v v. ii' ' - . 1-w 4 Fin! row. left to right: Goss, M. Helms. Kinsey, Malandra. Evans. Mills. S. Helms. Pearah. L. Smith. I.. Adzuns. D. Snyder. S. Schaefer. Fies. Ohnmaeht. Sffonrl row: Evancoyich. S. Brown. Leinbaeh. D. YN'ary. Endy. M. Davidson, Fioravanti. Wit-grnan, Kirk, Godshull. C. Smith. Third rout Angstadt. Clouser. Ret-ser. R. Smith. S. Sehmecls. Henry. Bridezatn. M. Reed. Koehan. Bunn:-ll. Brown. Ht-lbert. Ifourrli row: Ziegler. P. Rothenberuer. Ml'2lflg. N. Angstadt, Hassler. Cries. M. Kline. Simpson. Ketterer. Shofi. Sw:-inert. S. Ruloff. Hain. lfifth role: Seifrit. Mullen. L. Rt-ed. Losoney. Moore. YY. Herbine. Behrenhausen. Allwt-in. Rom-rs. I.. Coco. B. Franls, R. Spziyd. Sixth mir: E. Campbell. Thomas. Richards, Guldin. Huy:-tt. Student Council Serves Interests of School Cfouneil worked hard to serye the best interests of the students of Nluhlenherg . . . helped pro- mote good housekeeping in the sehool by rating each homeroom . . , also sponsored ll contest for the hest Christmas decoration on the doors of the hotneroonts . . . co-sponsor of Youth Center held Saturdzty evenings in cafeteria . . . outstanding Clliristinas dance held. the annual Holly Ilop . . . sold refreshtnents to x'isito1'szttUpen House . . . l'21lS- Ul"l'ICIERS lftr it SFIIZKCIFI President .. . Yire-President Secretary .. . lreztsurer .. Sf Pre " Yit'e-l'resid1-nt Seeretztry .. . 'lireztsurer .. 'rnnrl Sfnzef sldent . ............ Dllilifl Pflllllll lfillifmz .llillt . -lfljlil' lfznnt . 1.01-N Arlnmt ffl Sflllllllfl Helms liiilltam .Willy Ltnrlfz Smillz . Lois Azlamy ed funds to support their projects by this tnethod . . . participated in Student Council Conference at Northwest .lunior High School in Novetnher . . . traveled to New York City to watch the United Nations in session . . . most informative trip with many things to observe and remember . . . eo- operatiye members made Cfouncilis year successful . . . Miss Kztputo and hir. Fetterman guided the course of its aetiyities. l Plant are nmzlf for the Holly Hop. First row. left to right: B. Rittenhouse, Y. Parkyn. M. YN'olf'1ang. S. Ki-im. M. Shirk. B. Seidel, S. Helms. F. Myers. Second row: S. Shoemaker. J. Shaner. D. Pe-arah. I.. Brokenshir.-. W. Biehl. S. Huyett. D, Stouclt. D. Richards. National Honor Society Entertained by Rotarians March 8 was an exciting day for 16 seniors who were inducted into National Honor Society . . . character. scholarship. leadership. and service are the four ideals of the organization . . . Helen Sehoener. 52. and joseph llc-Santis. 42. presided at the induction ceremony . . . Rev. Homer Trickett, pastor of First Baptist Church ol Read- ing. spoke on "'l'he XVorth ol' Honor' . . . group attended a Sunday morning service at the First Baptist Chureli . . . traveled to The White Chapel. Albright College. to hear a special address on the L'.N. in preparation for a model L'.N. session . . . sported rings. pins, and charms . . . enjoyed full-course meal at the expense of Muhlc-nberg's Rotary Club . . . appreciated "cooling ofl"' with Miss YN'illits's special punch after heated busi- ness meetings held at her home on alternate Klon- day evenings . . . spent weeks gathering. writing. and putting together students' handbook . . . mixed pleasure with business at a social gathering before the close ol the year. A brief get-together of the progmnifv vpeal-refs. 69 Ol"l"ILIl-IRS Pri-sicl-'iit ..... ... S z'11 H Hu-wt! xvlfl'-Pl'l'SlLl1'Ill .. .., nf. Daria' Peamlz Secretary' . . . .. . .Vary Shirk Treasurer . . . .. . Sandra Helms .Xdxisvr .. .. .Hits Willits First rote. left to right: Sands. Haiseh. N. Adam, Stephens, Parkyn. Tomeo. Shirk. Balthaser. Homan. Hohl. J. Adams. Marbarger. Semnd row: Keim. B. Sehmeek. Folk. E. Hinnershitv. S. Delp. Buehert. N. Slonaker, D. Seidel, Schaeffer, Reddy. De- angelis. Dunkle. M. Wagner. Third row: Manmiller. Gordner. Nagle. B. Seidel. Epting. P. Slonaker. Ringler. S. Bortz. Bradley. Filman. Biehl. Mengel. VV0lfgang, Christ, D. Koeh. Fourth rout: Miss Rahn, Kurtz. L. Reed. B. Reed. MeKently. Rogers. S. Helms. I. Mattson. A. Koeh. E. Moatz. Ret-dy. Gundry. Savini. Fifth mfr: Adler. Bellman. C. Moyer. J. Fish. Sheipe, Grill, Guldin. M. Rapp. Geisler. Detweiler. Y -Teens Delivered Xmas Basket to Needy Family This year Y-Teens once again delivered their Xmas basket to a needy family in the Nluhlen- berg Township area . . . the 150 scholarship was continued to Ilse Lange. a former student from Germany and a graduate of M. 'l'. H. S .... en- tertained football team at a spaghetti supper . . . "Cfupid's Ball" was sponsored by the group in February . . . li. lialthaser. president. was also president of Inter-Club Couneil. eomposed ol' representatiyes from all Y-'lieens in lierks County . . . annual award presented to highest non-aca- clemie senior . . . Y-Teens group sang at 100th anniversary of Y. XY. C. A. in February . . . all junior and senior members paid yearly dues to Y. W. C. A .... annual fashion show was held on March 29 . . . Mary Shirk was representative to winter Conference at Bethlehem . . . senior girls enjoyed trip to New York . . . usual-May Day was keenly antieipated by girls of the senior elass. one of whom was chosen to reign as queen. Ol'lfItIliRS President .... ..... . Barbara Baltlzawr Yiet--Presitlent, janize llfPII1Il7Z.RZ1f1I Folk St-erm-tary . .. . . . Patricia YQUIIIFU Fl'rt-ustnmt . . Virginia Parkin ilireusutnt .. . Sanrlra Stfplzem .'XKlXlSt'l .. . . .Hitt Kahn Behind the scenes of a school dance. Firxl row, Manwiller. Heist, R. Delp. ill-'nun left to right: R. Rothenberger. I.. Coco. Cochran. L. Oxenrm-ider, D. Brown. D. Stoudt. Geiss. Mills. R. Second row: Godshall. Shoemaker. Eben. KI. Shaw. J. Richards. Zeller. Thim' row: Muthard. Gable. S. Messina, Cordier. Regar, Kramer. Bates. XY. Brown. l'l01lffll'f0ll'.' R. Kline. K. YN'illi:uns. Pearuh. R. Williams. M. Brown. T. Conrad, D. Angstadt. Yogi-l. Tit-man. C. NN agner, Fifth row: Musket. Hi-rbine. Milkins. H. Endy. Ebling. C. Brown, B. Frank. Bs-hrenhausen. Huyett. Simons. Hi-Y Program Embraced Many Activities ' Hi-Y endeavors to create. maintain, and extend throughout the school and community higher membership is and 12 . . . this attempt to im- rather than de- . . the officers at the Reading sold at football standards of Christian living . . . open to any boy in grades IO. ll. years initiation routine made an prove the appearance of the boys tract from it as in former years . attended a state Hi-Y conference Y. M. C. A .... programs were hu.- Dennix Brown rhefkv orders for Christmas candy. 71 games to raise funds for the organization . . . spon- sored the successful "Varsity Drag" held on No- vember 13 in the school cafeteria . . . also sold chocolates at Christmas time . . . boys enjoyed an ex'ening's jaunt to Hershey to see the Globetrotters vs. College All-Stars . . . united with the Y-Teens in the spring for a gay evening of fun and fellow- ship . . . helped sponsor the annual Mlllll Revue . . . completed the year with a banquet. President Nill'1"Prl'S i St-en-t111'3' Chaplain .-Xtlviser . lreusurer di-ut UFFICIERS . . . Donnlrl Stow!! .. .... Rui' livin ... ll-iflllllll .Hills .. . Dflllll-A'B7'01l'll 1.111171 Ure1H'ei11'er . . . .Ury .Siprlrltlllm First row. left to right: Fink. Fromm. Bailey. S. Shoemaker. J. Evans. Lesher. E. Rothenberger. E. Kline. Second row: Hoffmann. B. Stoudt. Thomas. I.. Adams. L. Smith. E. Angstadt, Riehards. Myers. Third row: Sehluttman. Albright. Hain. Herzog, Rittenhouse. Holland-Ivioritz. A, WN'illiams. Fourth row: Miss Staudt. M. Trout. Britiqan. C. Kenney, Rt-itz, P. Rothenberzer. Losoney. Toy. Distant Horizon Club Enjoyed Freedom Theme Distant Horizon Club enjoyed many projeets built around their theme. "Let Freedom Ring" . . , traveled to court house in November to witness naturalivation service . . . Prothonotary Paul Adams spoke to the club on Citizenship later in the year . . . eondueted impressive XYorld Christmas Cere- monial at home of Diane Richards . . . over the holidays held progressive dinner and New Yearis Ceremonial . . . during january sponsored "Sock Hop" for junior high pupils . . . had Charge of annual fellowship assembly '... visited Reading Eagle-Times plant with Ob.terz'er stall' . . . Fair- grounds Nlarket was site of cake sale . . . initiated talent projeet to raise money . . . girls treated mothers at annual Nlother-Daughter Banquet . . . spent a number of hours working on leather craft projects . . . learned many new and diflierent games at "quiet" business meetings . . . fun was had by all on outdoor camping trip . . . ended year with a fun-filled and educational trip to XYashington. ll. ll. UFl'ICIERS President ... ..... joyfe Iirans Yi t't' -P l's' sid t-it t .. ... SllHdlI1 Shoerrmltet 1 S t't' retary' .... .... P "iz'ir1n Lefther 1 Trez lstl ret .. .. Kathleen Bailey Advis sti' ., . ,Miss Staurlt 1 A rheck for the Freedom Foundation gets final OK. hi lfirtt rote. left to right: Kern. Blandford. Kessler. Bailey, Gartnian, l.. Smith. J. Evans. Kutzamanis. M. Dulft. Ebersole. Rossiter. R. Snyder. Sefona' row: Chapman. J. Ham-nman. Koller. Kunsman. Evaneovieh. Breier. F.. Rothenberger, P. Hill. Steinle. Senseniu. lsirker, Mann. Third row: Bt-hm. Manrniller. Eckert. N. Strausser. Sweigert. Galvin. J. Kenney. B. Steininger. B. Smith. J. Telliho, Hart. Fourth row: Sander. C. Whitehead. Pavlo. J. Harris. Halton, Henne. Field. Horst, Finerfroek. Kloer. Hiller. Fifth row: D. Seidel. Cummings. B. Smith. J. Miller. B. Reed. Heekman. J. Sehmehl, P. Bernhardt. L. Reed. Miehalski. Marberger, Royal. Sixth rote: Miss Ruffner. Miss Moyer. Red Cross Enjoys Doing Work for Institutions 'l'wo Red Cross elubs niet onee a week during activity period . . . occupied their time by making favors to be sent to institutions . . . projects in- cluded in club this year were: 190 Tlianksgiving favors which were sent to Berks Heim . . . for Christmas. styrofoam figurines of snowmen, glamour balls. and vietorian lamps were made . . . also made Christmas tree ornaments out of sequins. ete .... heart-shaped pin-cushions and Busy making favors and cheekerboards. bean bags were fashioned for Valentines Day . . . for St. Patricks lolly-pops were fastened on sham- rocks . . . for Easter stuffed tov bunnies and ducks were made for the childrenis wards of the hospitals of Reading . . . Nliss Ruffner's elub painted six wooden eheckerboards trimmed with a black and gold margin . . . patriotic favors were also made to be sent to veterans' and ehildren's hospitals for national holidays. OFFICERS President . .. . . joyee Eranx jean Ermolrl Yiee-President . . . . . Kathleen BIltf6-1 joan CIIIVHIIIIH Sl'1'I'l'IQIFY-'llfl'L1Slll'l'l' ...... Linda Smith jo A n n Ku fZII7IIlI7lt.X City-Countv Ciouneil .. Kathleen Bailey Linda Smith joyce Evans Exeeutive Couneil .... Kathleen Bailey forte Exam Advisers .. .. .Min tlloyer .Wim Ruffner Senfezl. left In right: M. Trout. M. Shirk. B. Stoudt, Schull-hl. .S'lnn1lin4q.' P. Thoiiizis. I.. .-Xdums. B. Britiuzln. Colleges Evaluated by F. T.A. Members Tours, tall-ts. c'onx'cntions. and nit-rnhvrship carn- paigns highlighted Futurt- 'l't'aclic'rs of America program . . . group inadt' tours ol both liht-ral arts and state' tvaCl1t'rs Colle-gc-s after hearing talks on two typt-s of college-s by M. 'lf H. tt-aclicrs . . . cvaluations of collvgcs as to tuition rates. courses offered. wcrc lnadv . . . movies wt-rv shown illus- trating trials and rt-wards of a teacher . . . visita- tions we-rc made to F. T. A. rnct-ting and tea at Reading High School. March 15. and to Rosedale- building to ohscrvc- primary gratlv artivitics . . . social Calendar of tha- club he-gan with several girls representing Muhlvnbvrg at llistrict F. 'lf A. Con- vention in Alle-ntown . . . a talk by Assistant Su- perintendent of Schools of Armstrong County. Ur. Clara Cockcrillc. was heard in Philadelphia by mcrnbt-rs of thc group . . . representing Miihlt-nht'1'g at thc P. F. T. A. convention at .Iuniata College, Nlarch 25 and 26. were Lois Adams and Nlary Shirk. OlflfICIl'1RS l'rm-sidm-nt .... .. .l1lIIll1!I 'l'mur xilft'-Pl'l'SlClt'IlI . . . . . IJPI-.K .1 Iltlllll S1-t'rvt.ary .... .. Plwllix 'l'lmmnx N Atlvism-r .. .. . .VIL Rupp Future teachers discuss plans for college. lfirx! mze, left to right: C. Brown. A, Williams. T. Conrad. D. Angstadt. I.. Coco. Seronrl row: R. Ye-nkler. E. Smith. J. Angstadt. C. Volker. Third rozr: D. lN'eidner, Robert Zettlemoyer. K. Rohrbacher. Richard Zettleinoyer. G, Stettenbauer, G. Ream. Amateur "Ph0togs" Develop Interesting Hobby The purpose of Photography Club was not to produce professionals. but to create an interest in taking pictures and developing films . . . in the early part of the year the work was centered on the use of the darkroom equipment. developing films. and printing pictures . . . as the year pro- gressed. the cluh went outside to take pictures on the campus. used the enlarger. eliminated unneces- sary parts of pictures to feature only important portions . . . an important requirenient in taking pictures. proper lighting. was stressed . . . the cluh met every lYednesclay during the activity period . . . eager students went into the darkroom anx- ious to haye their wonderful pictures on paper at last but to their distress produced blank pieces of paper . . . many students took advantage of the contests open to amateur photographers . . , they received their supplies from the Eastman Kodak Company and others , . . the cluh was entirely financed hy cluh dues. UI-'FIKIERS Pr:-sid.-nt ...., . ,IVKIII eorinzrl Yitt--Presiclent ... .... Lezeiv K new St-cr:-tnry-Fl'1'e:1st1l't-1 .... .-innrz l1'1'llif1n1t tiustodizin .. .. Clzrzzlet Bron n .Xclyiser .. . . 511. xflflfllillltt' Prem' Conrad shozcx bert haze to uw lhe fnnluft prinler. Firtt row. left to right: Faust. Riehards. C. Kenney. B. Seidel. Dengler. B. Croueh. Hower. Snyder. Desantis. Amendola. Sassaman. Zeller. Serond row: Mills. Robert Zettlemoyer. Herzog, P. Rothenberger, Geiger. Kalbaeh. Kurtz. A. Williams. Reitr. Richard Zettlemoyer. Shade. Third row: D. Stoudt. Oehs, Lohman. Winter. Holland- Moritz. M. Fish. Sehell. Fogelman. W'ily, G. Yeager. Bates. Fourth row: Browne. Ahrens. D. Rothermel. W. llerbine. Tieman. R. Shomo. Vogel, D. Richards. .-Xllwein. Pearah. C. Wagner. lfifflz rzmze: WN'ixon, YY. Biehl. R. Spayd. l.. Oxenreider, Gt-iss. Simons. B. Frank. Hall and Safety Patrols Promote Order The purpose of the hall patrol was to prevent rowdvism from prevailing in the halls and to speed up traffic during the passing of Classes . . . the pupils were kept moving and no loitering in the halls was permitted . . . in the event of a fire alarm. the squad was responsible for seeing that the fire doors were shut and evervone was out of tlie building . . . aetezl as an information bureau to new students not knowing where to go . . . atl- OFFICERS Captain .. . . . David Perzrali l,ieutt-uants .. ... Donald Stoudt Ram o n Zeller Harry lfrnrzlr vised hy Mr. Reinert . . . safety patrol watched students crossing the crosswallts to try to prevent accidents . . . another of their duties was to keep the pupils off the lawns . , . pupils traveling bv school bus were kept in their seats to prevent aeeidents and injuries on the buses . . . advised by Klr. llelp . . . any student violating either liall or safety regulations was first given a warning and then detention lor a repeated offense. Hall Patrol captain discusses traffic problem on llze Slnirs. First row, Ief! to right: M. Stoudt. Stettner. C. Kenney. B. Seidel. S. Ruloff. Stettner. Second row: D. Chapman. J. Snyder. B. Canto. J. Vogel. D. Manzella. S. Mearig. D. Bauer. Third rote: A. Holland-Moritz. P. Kalbach, J. Aulenbach. C. Snyder. B. Crouch, L. Buck. A. Hinnershitz. A. Crouch. Fourth row: M. Kline. J. Simpson. M. Schell. D. Reed. M. Hill. D. Boyer. D. Ruggieri. M. Adams. Fiflh row: D. Pearah. J. Sham-r. WY. Johnson. M. Huey. Projectionist Club Membership Now Numbers Forty This service organization aids teachers in pro- jecting films for their classes . . . there are 380 filmstrips in the library . . . a new 2" x 2" slide projector was added to the equipment this year . . . club consisted of students from grades 7 to I2 . . . they were chosen on scholastic standing and mechanical adaptability . . . a new regulation this year required everyone over I6 years of age to be registered with the Department of Labor 8: Industry in Harrisburg as a school motion picture operator 9 are registered . . . in the beginning of the school term. members of the elementary teaching staff were trained by members of Projec- tionist Club in handling the projection equipment . . . films are now being used in the elementary schools as well as in the high school . . . for two years in Projectionist Club. a service award is given: for four years, a chenille letter: and for six years. a charm . . . Mr. Boyer. Adviser . . . Barbara Seidel. Student Leader. J Blllllllltl Seidel. Kflldtcllf ffrlder. NIIUIIN film. Seated, left to right: Keating, Richards. Fish. Shirk. Nagle. Standing: Mr. Woods. Williams. Trout. Toy. Campbell. Rothenbergerl "Drums of Death " Created Suspense and Mystery On November 19 and 20, audiences were pre- sented with an unusual type of class play . . . "Drums of Death" took place in a dreary old man- sion surrounded by swamp owned by a Mr. Bailey . . . the story unfolds in an aura of mystery and intrigue . . . late one night visitors descend upon the old house to find the owner has disappeared . . . queer things occur-files are thrown, drums sound. and draped figures appear . . . the drums say that the house is surrounded by the villain and CAST Celeste ...... Sheldon Harley jules ....... Mrs. Oakley . .. lllarilyn Trout Harold Keating Ronald lfilliams ... .. janiee Fish Mrs. Gillette .... . . . Diane Richards Eugenia Bowles Amelia Gillette Newt Cooper Dr. Cameron . Paula Bailey . Director ..... . . . . . Marg' Shirk ... . Sylvia Nagle Richard Rothenberger Ernest Campbell Le-Anne Toy Mr. Woods Assistant Director .... Ernest Campbell Student Directors ,... .... L arry Stoudt Marsha Wolfgang Beffj' Adler his cut-throats . . . despite the protests of her companions, Mrs. Gillette insists on staying until her lost brother is found . . . the chief suspects are Gregory Sheldon, the mulatto servants, and a mys- terious Dr. Cameron, who also joins the group . . . Celeste, a mulatto servant, foresees the future in her trances . . . Mr. Bailey's body is found, and Jules and Celeste plan the guilty Dr. Cameron's death . . . Gregory is cleared of suspicion and he and Paula plan to marry. Le-Anne gels her man. fl l'lIifIUIt.lf'ffI0ll.Q11f.' ln. .-Xnustaclt. tl. llohl. S. Savini. K, Bail:-y. Evans. L. Smith. SFKUIIIL may ll. llvrzou. ll, Kvriiivy. JK. xvllllilllli S. Str-phi-ns. A. llollancl-Moritz. 'liliirrl mzz-: D. Rothvrxiu-l, Dvtwm-ih-r. S. Uunclry, CI. Rvitv. B. Bat:-s. R. Muthartl, lfoznflz m:1'.' R. Spaycl. G. Potts. B. lfrank. L. l,Xl'Ill'l'iClt'I' Juniors Shone in Three 66Star Performances" The- class of '56 pwlit-1'1't-cl to ht- clilll-11-11t and chosc' Illl't't' plays instvacl of ont' . . . "'l'ht- Nlysts-ry of Nloulcly Nlanoru was an vxviting farct' in which a spiclvr shaft-tl tht- spotlight . . . fil'0I'Ql'2lIlIlt' Hoiil as a Swm-disli niaicl trim-Ll to find a HIILIIIIIYQOLII.. to 1'vlivvv G:-nc Potts's sull'c-ring from a close- of arsviiit' , . . Lynn 0Xi'Ill'l'ldtxI' and Anita Holland-Kiority pc1'fo1'111t-cl in tht- titlc rolvs ol "Bliss Appleby and the IJ:-x'il" . . . Lynn trit-cl to tc-nipt he-1' to part with hm' honesty . . . nlllllillllsi clc'sc'1'ihc'cl tht- .Wn lfuorlv girrw tml "Iliff b11x1'r1ew." NCt,'Ill'I'y of "l'l1t- Xxilllll' Lawnu as a IlllSI amst- through which a clrvaxn was IJOI'lI'2lyl'Kl . . . liarry liatvs and Nt-il YN't'1'11t-1' forgot tht-ir linvs C0111- plctvly in Ylllllillllli' scvrim-s with Anita and .joy llvt- wt-ilvi '... Nm-il was kvpt busy with parts in both "'I'l1t' 1NIystc1'y of Nlouldy K'1HIlOI'u and "The NN'hitc- Lawn" . . . X111 Hoods had a tough tirnt- ex- plaining his statt-111v11t I'Cfl'I'I'lI1Q to a lovv st-at which lic' SK't'IIlt'Cl to know quite a lot about. HII1IIlIIlIllIIll . . . lli1't't'to1'. N111 XYootls. Dr. Brownlee- Mahi-l ..... M11 .'hllKll't'N'S Nils. Knox .. Kits. Wilson jiui .Xppli-by ll x r"i' Hulda ...,. Roxana .... Phiih--1't .... Nirli Sl1l'I'lUKkli 'lih-A Ghost of NR-tluwootl "l'llIi NN'IlI'l'li Kathlvvn Clark v-nr' l.2tl'li'IUIl .. KI:-11111111 ....... Kathvlim- Morris LAWN" .. .. . .. joy Drtwrilrf Lt. john Cilark .......... .N ml li ernw NIa1'ua1'vt Nianning "THE DEVIL .XND BI . A nn l1'i'li11n1t Rifharfl Spzzyri ISS APPLEBYU lI:11'1'ii't .Xpplt-by . . A111111 llollnrzfl-.Uor1t: lhm- D1-vil ........., 1217171 Oxrrzfeider fflizivfirzr Refi: ... Robert Slzurlf' . . . fo'i'1'e' 11.1 uni ,... Linrln Smitli Barry Balm ... Daniel Rollwrnirl "THR MYS'l'FRY Ol" XIOLLDY SIXNORH SIIIIVOIL fail! 1111711 .Xl 111 .......... .... . 'Veil HvFI7lFI . Cum! Kmznefp Ciharlvs Wiwtlqwootl . . . lflllfllfj' .xlllfhllfll Ciemgerzrzrzr Hohl .. .S'll7ld7l1 Sfephenw .. ....,.... Bmrri l'i7!1Vllt Cierw Polls HlIIlOIllt'l' Iiilfllllt' .-lngstrlrll Seated, left to right: R. Shade. A. Williams. A. Kramer. I.. Toy. D. Richards. B. Rittenhouse. Standing: L. Coco. M. Shirk. J. Snyder. D. Manzella. l. Moore. Debaters Haggled Heatedly Over Tariffs Three seniors. two juniors. and one sophomore conducted heated battles, both in public and in the seclusion of Mr. Harris's room after school. on the topic. Resolved: "That the Federal Gov- ernment should initiate a policy of free trade among the nations friendly to the United States" . . . triangle debates were formed with Exeter and YVest Reading on February 22, 24, and 25 . . . with fluttering hearts and shaking hands, the "Anglers" presented speeches which they had spent AFFIRMATIYE Diane Rirhnrds Robert Shade Le-Anne T01 NEGATIVE Alan IXYHIIIIPI Anna llvtllillltli Bllfblllll Rittenhouxe Sietzoxo 'l'i-:AM illary Shirk Irwin tlloore ,Io Ann Snyder hours preparing, then soon forgot their nervous- ness in the heat of the argument Qwhich often con- tinued privately for hours after the debatel . . . Miss XN'illits gave her time and talents to the gram- mar. pronunciation. and delivery of the speeches . . . a trial debate was presented to a panel of teachers for criticism . . . the Muhlenberg Lions Club was also entertained with a lively discussion . . . the second team presented a practice debate to junior high on Nlarch 3. ,dw Alan, Bobby, and Le-Anne ponder a problem. if 5 .ia , .li , .te K Q 322 X in , 4 '35 1.zf1 In riquhl: Nlr, Shatner, Shatter. D. Cordier. D. St 'ifrit. R. Ahrens. Hand -Men 0 the Muhlenberg Stage liaek where no one sees them. the stage erew was hard at work on every assembly program staged . . . they eould well be Called the "back- bone of the assembly" . . . reeeiyed little publieity for their eflorts . . . were able to get few glimpses of the shows they helped put on . . . many times were handicapped by the necessity for working quietly or in darkness . . . team work was essen- tial for peak efheieney . . were responsible for lighting elleets. staging. making speeial properties. and keeping stage equipment in good condition . . . projected movies and slides for assembly singing . . . these boys were ehosen from applications sub- mitted to the ofhee . . . any boy in junior or senior high school was eligible . . . all work was done on their own time . . . after three years of hard. faith- ful seryiee. the senior members of stage crew were awarded a eharm . . . adviser was Nlr. Shaner. Stage lmrzrlt flfnn up after potlwg rirmorztfmfivrz. 81 l'1lXl V'0Zl'. left to 1'1-qlilf Adam. Bellman. Alhriuht. Rittenhouse. Shirlv. Balthaser, Richards. Nlvt-rs, li. Kline. SI'f07lfl I01l'.' Zeller. l.. Adams. B. Stoudt, liesher. Shoemaker. B.Sch1n1-ek. llohl. Marharqer.Deanuelis. llnstellueci. 'I'l1i1'1l 7'!l1l'.' B. Coller. Vogel. CI. Moyer. Reitz. illhonias, Nl. Trout. R. llertzou, Bitner. Elllllfll 111:11 Nliss Nlarks. Miss ilirexler. Pearah. Blullen, D. Tobias. Bliss Nloyer. Observer Received Special Keystone Award First issue of Ul1v1'1':-1'1' published on September ill! after an extensive suhscriptfon campaign. high- lighted by a qui! program . . . captured "first place" rating from N. P. A. and Nledalist award from CI. P. A .... one ol five newspapers to receive a special Keystone award from P. P. A .... small stall spent long deadline sessions writing. re-writing. and consuming food . . . chose Fehruarv as all- student issue . . . Nlary Shirk represented paper at Central Catholic High Sehol press forum in STA l-'lf News Editor .... Feature Editors . .. B111'l111r11 Ifittenlzouxf ....... Diane lelfhllllli .W111'i' Shirlg B111'b11111 B11lIh11,ve1 M111'1' Shirl Marilyn Albriglzl Diane Iflfllllllll lW111Y1' Sliirlv HlllbIIV'l B11lll111,te1 B111b11111 Iellffflllllllft' Sports Editors . . . . . . Make Lp Editors .... Business Nianuger .....,... Edith Kline Circulation lvlanauer .... Avllflfl' A1l11111 Photographers ........ D11f'i1l Pe11111li Iflflllllll Al17F7lt Reporters..juniors I.111K ,-l1l11111t. lfrlillz DFIlH.QYll-N. tl1f111ge11111111 llolil. .H111i1' 1ll111l1111g1'1. l.'l1111l11ll1' 1W11'i'1'1. 1.11111 .lI11lle11. f.'l111'v!i1ze lfeilz. Belly .S'111111l1. Plzyllix Yllllllllllk. Seniors 1.11111 Cui- l1'll111'1'1'. liliiliflll I.1'vl11'1. Ronulrl ll1'11- Ing. li111l111111 Srl11111'1'lv. Slllllllll Slim'- 11111l-.1'1. D1l:'i1l 'l'11l11'11x. .1fI1111ly11 'l'11111l. .,11l1'11111 Vogel. lt'111,'1111 Z1'll1'1. lfflllrl l'11ll1'1 l"111111'et .Uwli Pill D1f'l'111l. . flVIf1'.' If ll. . 171171. ll . 1 l li Kline. Blarch . . . trick photography' and special stories made up April Fool issue . . . Niiss 'llrexler and Edith lleangelis attended C. P. A. convention in New York . . . stall' meinhers compiled new head- line Chart. revised exchange file. and brought alumni file up to date . . . spent time evaluating' other school newspapers . . . "junior journalists" struggled through Klav issue . . . seniors spent their final deadline session trying' to "squeeze" more pic- tures of seniors on lront page. -in .Xdvisorv Board .Vin 'l'1evl1'1 .Witt A1H.l't'l .llivv .ll111liv lplliflffl ttujl 111e111l1r1t flzerl. ev1'l11111ge file. U0 Q4 I,Al'RY BROKI-1Ns111R1: FRANc:1cs KVAIMIQRPLR BARBARA I.,xscoM1M: CI11ARL1-:Nu B1e1.1.1x1,xN IJ1-ixxls BROXVN JOAN G1'1.1m1N P.1x'1-R1c:1.x lJ1-1'l'1'RK -I.-XNICI-1 F1511 S,xN1mRA Hamm ANN KOCH FR,xNc:1as IQVBIIXII-IRI-ZR flluhltohi MISS THELMA L. KNAUSS. Adriwr EIJITORIAI, STAFF SYLYIA MANMILLHR ISARIMRA R1'1"1'r1N11o1's1c Pfx'1'R1c1A 'llmrgo SYLYIA N.-xuug RICHARIJ Ro'1'11rgN1a11Ru11R NIARILYN 'IIROVT V1Rc:1N11-x PARKYN MARY SHIRK BfIARYANN W,xc:N1iR Iyl.-XNE RICHARIJS lJoLoR1:s SNYUER SENIOR BIOGRAPHIES Tzwlfllf Gzzzdf' lfrzglivlz fflauw- IXIRS. .IRAN B. C?1'RL1f1x' PHOTOGRAPHY ll.-XNICI-1 F1511 S.-xNnR.-x HPII.NIS HARULU Iili.-X'I'INl3 -IAN!-1'I' HHFFNIQR FAY HoP'1'1.1-:Y H1-xRBAR.1x S1:1meL BUSINESS Y1x'1.xN I.1es111cR S.xx1mR..x SHOIQMAKIQR ART M.xRs11,x XVOLFKLXNG MRS. I'IS'I'IiI.I..X I, KVM-. Ads' TYPING IiAR1s,xR.x L,-xscoxm Sx'Lx'1,x N.xo1,13 AI.-XRY ANN S111111'1. 'I'111cLx1.x I.1"1'z Y1Rc:1x1.x PARKYN IJoLoR11s SNYIJI-QR 'IA-xxlczrp M.-xLAN1mR.x Ii.-xRaAR.x R131N11R'1' P.x'1'R1C1.-x Toxuio SYLx'1.x NI.xNx11L1.r1R lDr1.xxx,x RINGLI-1R IVIARYANN XY,-XGNI-QR I,ORIS XY13R'1'z 83 I l'1rit HPIl', Iefl In right: S. Niliblllil. Rivlinrml Rutlivriln-1'u--1'. NI:-ziriu. l.vshn-r. Ch-iss. Sf'f!77lll lflllf Sham:-r. l.olm1gu1. S. Slim-- mzilu-r. SllYlIll. Cl. Snynlvr. Bruwn. 'llliirrl lun: Wily, Zirulvr. Rulolli. .X. llirl- ni-rsliitl, Rvitrizsm-1'. llvuriuvlis. Pairkyii, ljlflllfll 111:13 Bull-s. Bruwm-. D. llillblllh. lf. fizmiplw-All. Nlullm-ii. NI. liclwzirrla, l'zut mzr. lff! lu right: ciOi'lll'2lIl. R. Kism- willr-r. Msirh Sffrmizl mir: Fi .-X. Willizmis. 'l'fi:'H1' lflflf' K Fulk, -I. lfish ziruvr. Hohl. Buchm-rt. Imam. Plvuiis, Acllvr. Szimls. Christ. vzxtinu. Dmiim-iiirv, Stvphw-ns. . Grill. Ifuinllz mzri D. Stoudl. Caste-llzmo. l., Oxvn- ri-iclvr. l. Conrad. D, Amzstaclt. 4 flluhlenberg Choristers Presented Varied Programs "'l'hv Rohm-rl Sliuw clllUIilll4'.u llll1lN the- " Xlixvcl c:llUI'llS.N gm up at W? 11.111, io rc-l1m'zii'sc for com- ing' c'ui1c'1-x'ts , . . NIul1l4'rilw1'gis IU!! xr-lc'c't4'cl xucnl- iatw pi'zu'1ic'ml 1-xviy lllllvklilj' and xYl'ClIll'5llllf' Ull xi rc'pm'r1oirn- of classics. szicrvnl musif. and lll!'CllQ'f'5 liom Illbllllllll' imisirzils . . . thu' group sung iii Lu- wriilmliuw. 1'l1lll'l'lll'i. llllll for virions mlivr urwxiii ,m mlimis . . . zu ll5lllll. nhl- CllOl'll'i lmrouglil Ihr' swi- wn lu ll flow with Ihr' llilillllflllill Spring' lknicm-rl , . . Kliililziiri-N :xml N1llllli'll't'I'N ming zll lllllfllfllll ulivrv ihm' Cih urns could not he llL'COIIlIllOdHNil . . thc-sv Iwo groups zippvzilvcl on local TY scrm-vm lil'UIIl the YYEEL'-TY Sluclio . . . Cfouiity Clliorux 111 Kiitrlmvii Fm-lmiziry 18 xx 215 wll'c'14'cl vlzlilm-cl 1-ight YfK'2lllSlS and llislrict Cilmrus. which was hc-ld 111 Purkluml High Sch: and 19. clziimm-cl two. mu- of which for Sum' Cfllorus hm-ld lil Kliiivrwillm , . lirsl x'4'g1i'ziwz1i'cl. Clivilillv li'Ill'l' . . . Sl'C'0IlCl im-an i'l'l'lll'lCllIl' . . IUII. l,lI'l't'lUI'. . Svllltil' yvzir. flllllilll . . . Nfixs llfvi XIl'l ll..Xl KES Slilllil Jl'l.li llvcvilllim-1' 8 f12llX'2ll'f' l,lIIlll'l'21Il Ciliiirrli FQ'lH'llLll'f' I5 lllIlIlt'l'5lll1! cAlllll'i'll April I3 Xliilils-mln-rg l.iuxi4'QsC1ll1li fNlL'lll..XIRES Iqfil mfr, left to right: NI. xxUlfE2lll!. M Mzirlyznue-r, D. Koch. K4-im. l'. S10 rink:-r. Sermzrz' rnzf: LI. B--llman. S. Hclms. NI D Trout. A. lliimvrshitz. XI l.c'shm-r, Richards. Nl lfinf may left to right: I.oh1nzin. Serorzrl mzr: Il. Rupp. I., Niullvn. I. lfizvt mir, left to righl: H1-ist. I.. Coro. Fink R. Wlxry. Dvngli-r. .S'f'ron1l row: I.. Mziriiiiillz-i'. Moorv. 'IQIIUIIIZIS I.. Smith. M1-nut-l. Ijlrlillfii. 'l'lmfI mir: Rvitz, Trout. P. Rotlivribi-ru:-i'. B. Smith. I.. Aclziiiis. Hvlins. Sh:-ip:-. lfourllz r0:L'.' NI. Brown. Huyvtt. You:-l. Svjv- fi-rt. D, Roth:-rnivl. R. Spnyd. - P 4 .. .. MIXED CHORUS SCIHEIJLIE Nov:-nihm-r ll W Opvn Housv llvcviiilwi' l5f XVRAW' Radio XI 9 Ilvcm-iiilwi' ..iIfffciIlI'ISllIlllS Assviiihly Fi'hI'll2ll'y 27 -Trinity Union C1hni'Cli. I.e-vsport March I3 -First Moi'ax'iun Churcli MHI'CIl 273 'Rosc-dale Reforinvd Church April Easter Assvinbly April 24 Alsacv Lutlivran Clhurch Nfziy lr f-Slizxltvfs Clhurcli Milf' 6 Spring Cioncvrt ML'HI.E'I'EERS SC IHEI JL'I.E lfizvt mzr. lwft to right: Rodne-3' Rothvnhvi ui-r. Rirhurd Zvttlr-iiim'vi'. D. Koch. Kvini NI. XYaluii:'i'. Sermzrl mar: Godshull. Robrrt Z:-ttlviiioyri Dx-twvilr-r. Kaillmrh. Shirk, Munn-llgi. Tlzirrl mm: Niolfuainu. Toy. Niiult-. P, Slo iinkm-r, Rirhzirds. Myvrs. S. II1-Inns, Ifozntlz rout' B1-nsinu. B1-Iliimn. IN.. IIVIKIJIIIK' Rupp. P. Bit-hl. B1-liiw-iillgimvri. Niilkinw Pvzlraili. ML'HI..-XIRES ANI? ML'HI.E'l'EERS Fcbruury 16 -WEEL'-TY . arch IU' IJ. .-X. R. of Rm-aiding County Choruvf--johri Bc-nsinu. Kfvlvs Edwards. Rox G:-iss, Shirls-y Ka-ini. I'4I'ZiI1l't'S NIyvrQ. Richard Rothwni- bvrqvr. Nfarilyn Trout. EIIIFSIIH Wplfuzinu. Distrift C.ih0fllYi-'SZIIICIYLI Pziiuidm-. Rin'hnrd Rotlivribi-1'Q1-1 Slate f.'lZ0l'H.Y+RII'h8YCI Rothviibu-i'm'i'. Afrompf1rzi.ft.i---Niylvs Edwards. Sandra II:-Inis. Shirlvy K4-ini. I.:--.Xiiriv Toy. Xhirshzi XN'olfuzinu. Nfzirfli 8 Honor Socim-ty .ASSVIIIIJIY XII'III.E'I'EERS Hn-nsinu, B. Bgitvs. Slisiiiwr. R. Roth- r-iiln-i'gwi'. Oxviirwicli-r'. D, Tobias. R. Be-hrvnl hznisvn. Firxt roar. left to right: Toy, D. Rothermel. Albright. Bradley. Geiss. Myers. R1-itz. Penn. Sefonrl row: R. W'ary, Hoffmann, Seyfert. Jones. D. Fogelman. Richards. M. Edwards. D. Kline. Eben. Castellano. Third roztx' Keirn. D. Stoudt. E. Kline, Standing: Mr. Hoffman, I.. Oxenreider. D, Tobias. Brokenshire. B. Seidel. Orchestra Provided Enjoyment for All Sweet string music afforded quieter moments . . . ollered easy listening with "middle-of-the-year' performances . . . seen in the pit playing proces- sionals and recessionals for assemblies . . . all mem- bers never failed to be on time for Monday morn- ing rehearsals??? . . . repertoire included every- thing from spots of jazz to Bach . . . background music for plays was well rendered . , . string en- semble introduced at several public performances . . . supplied music for the "Night of One-act Plays" County U1che.xtr'11 Mziry' Hoffmann. Nancy Jones, Diana Kline, Edith Kline. Frances fvlyers. Diane Richards. Daniel Rothermel. Stephen Seyfert. David To- bias. Le-Anne Toy. Neil lferner. Dixtrirt Orrhevtrn- -Frances Niyers. Diane Richards. Daniel Rothermel. David To- bias. l.e-Anne Toy. Neil YY:-rner. State fpffhfxflll l.e-Anne Toy. OFl5ICERS President ..,.. . ..... Roi fieivv Yice-President ..... ,. . Du: irl Tobirrx S:-eretarv-rlireasurer ...... lfflitli Kline Assistant St-er:-tary-Treasurer Shirley Heinz . Librarian ..,...... . . . janet Brnrlley E Student Conductor . .. . . Dllflll Tobinx Director ......... .. . Mt'. Hoffman presented by junior class . . . played varied pro- gram of well-known folk-songs and the heavier classics . . . brass. percussion. and strings sent six musicians to Eastern District Orchestra Festival at Hegins Township High School . . . County Or- chestra representatives combined with County Chorus members to present two of the numbers at the Berks festival held at lN'yornissing . . . saddest duty of all was playing of "Potnp and Circum- stanceu at Commencement. Morning rehearwl--deep concentration or sleepy? V 52 FF :Li-J 11 11 I 5: :- - -- .. , -.... .., ...-, pw was pq ze 3 iq uf, .-..-QAUQ First rote. left to right: A. Koch. Ainian. lvlrich. D. Tobias, L. Stoudt. Mr. Hoffman. Serond rozr: F. Boyer. R. Kline. Brokenshire. YY, XM-ber. Third row: D. Wagner, Albright. Bradley. R. Rothenberger. J. Helms. P. Rothenberg:-r. Fourth rote: Codshall. Browne. YY. Biehl, Carbon. Dreibelbis. I.. Reber, Connolly. Fifth rose: Penn. D. Kline. M. Edwards. Oehs. Myers, D. Fogelman. DuH't. Reitz. B. Seidel. Castellano. Eben. Ritznian, Knepp. Sixth mae: Kaereher. Huey. G. Kline, R. Bowers. R. Yeager. lfily. R. lyilliams. Nicflowan, Schwenk. Cochran. li. Kline. jones. Band Members Participated in Music Festivals Convened activity periods and before school . . . characterized by a greatly increased membership and repertoire which included many popular num- bers . . . furnished music for junior and senior as- sembly programs . . . first public appearance was Open House . . . added zest to football games with spirited music and drill work . . . sported colorful uniforms . . . occupied Bellevue Avenue when prac- ticing marching for parades . . . well represented at District and County Bands held at Shenandoah "l1'11lrh Ih11t1loIt1'1lrigh!h." and Kutxtown. respectively . . . sectional rehearsals at scheduled intervals during the week . . . Dance Band. composed of the first and second chair in- struments. played for the Bluhl Revue. Nfajorette Assembly. and at a special show at Lyons. Penn- sylvania . . . a feature number of this group was "Go Down. Nfosesf' a special arrangement by Mr. Hoffman . . . Blue Band lost fourteen seniors this year . . . Band Concert was held May 27. 1955 . . . Mr. Hoffman. Director. Cflllllfll 13111111 Marilyn Albriuht. Janet Bradley. l.aury Brokenshire. Donald Browne. Clinton Carbon. Neil Dreibelbis. Carl Eben, Niyles Edwards. Joyce Helms. Diana Kline. Edith Kline. l"rances Bfyers. David Tobias. Neil YY:-rner. Divlrirt Band -'Laury Brokenshire. Carl Eben. Edith Kline, lfrances Nlyers. David Tobias. State Banff' David Tobias UITILIERS President .... . . . D111 id Tobirzw Yiee-President .. . . l"r'11nrex .Hlwrt Secrz-taryfl'rr'asuitI . . Edith Kline Librarian ulnneft BI'lllfff"l we-'il gl' sf I fl to rig I to vighl: K4-im. Y. Imslme-1', .X. Kovh. NI. Shirk. R. Gciss. NI. xy2l2Ilt'l'. Majorettes and Flag Twirlers Left to zighi: D. Rifhards. KI. S111-1pm-, M, Grill. I.. Toy. 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N111 IXS'll'llI1Q f1111l11s . . , wld N1-AN111 110111-lx 111 111'111 Kl'LlI1l . . . 1-Ulll' w111111' g11'1N w1'1'1' 1'1111s1'11 111' M11 l1z1s1w111z1ll 11111111 111 ll "111l-1111--Q1111M 4'LlIIlIJll1Qll . . . lllllllllllll lvfil' 1111111 Qllillll 111111 11111' girl RIN ll 11'- 111x'z11'c1 2lNSQ'IIl15lf' saw lllllllf 111111011111 llIllll'l'l'12liNllll'Il 1111111-1111'111. 141'1'f'11'111g 14Ul'lll1'l 11111111 1111-11111m , . , N1-11111 .1- I.-1111111111111 1111111111 l111 1111 1111151 H9 'WIIWIIT I I sronr nnsulr orlsrrzanshl eoon SPORTQNIANIQHIP IS a COI1llDlI1E1Il0Il of fa1r plax db1d111 by the 1ules l1OIlCSIX eo111tesx to all, and Cleun llVlIlQ both moxallx .md phws1e.1llx lh1s IS esse el 111 dll 11r U1thlet1e C1et1x1t1e's111o1ele1 to he wholesome pe rso11f1l1tx as well dS 91 wholesome hoelw The sat1sfaCt1o11 of lenow 1112 that o11e has plaveel fa1rlx l111Qers 111 the he cuts of ill wood athlettvs long after ther PIIJOVITICIII and lorx of bemv eheerecl fieles . .11 lrxerx perso11 11o11141 er whit h1s Ultllpdtlilll w1ll hllfl tVlCltIlCt o e le4r11e'el the prdetledl xdlue of ll III h1s sports df t1x1t1es He leuows th it to get ILIN t1ee he' INLISI be just, to reeuxe Courtefsx, he must oller eourtesx, and to Cxtenel wood sports1111111sh1p exen w hem ll has not heen shown to h1111 He has le.1111e el to .1 IIIUCKS XXII 1er as we dS A vo me o ooel Sp0IISIlldllShlp lS C111 asset of great value X pe ISUII w l1o possesses ll w1ll w III fr1e11ds III sehool and 111 later l1fe He' w1ll ,dm the 1espeet and c1el11111.1 IIOII of h1s assoelatcs as wefll as the IIIIICIA sdt1sfaet1o11 that eomes from pl.1x111U t e gtune 1 I A. 1,7 s Q -.hear . I if ' I 5 -1 1- 1 'rl-. -1 lv. Y 1 'L' ',' Sl.I'7.'.' ' ' ' o ' 1 " ' ' ' " ' 5 ' ' f' fllI'I 'r them ele've'lop111e'11t of 11 2 A I A KA1 K - 7 4 ' lv I 1 lv 1. 5- w 3? 1 L 4 Elf .iw V, el, 5 ,e ttf v I ,t . - , ,- - , ' , ., f th. 11e'e'cl for fair play 111 his e'o11tae'ts with othefr inelivielllzils. 'l'hef uthleftef l1z1sz1l1'e-uely he' ' l'.'t " II 1 'ill ' 5 e l l se'1'. 1. v. . T kv l ,uw r . , . 3. 1 vi U-1 . 5 w 35+ is 1 y ' 4, - K1 1 AW 1 T. Av 1 xv r 1 -1 ' A11 .lu r s I 1 u yte Q 5' , i.. h ' Q' 9 llllllflllf 'lllll-N it Iliff :rar it it tltnwf' finding. lrft to right: S. Ht-hits. M. Wolfeane. J. Ht-ffm-r. B. Sthmt-t'k. D, Koch, B, lforlini. B. Rt-int-rt. rwflirzgf B, Bttlthztst-r, uAre You Ready?,' 64Let's Go!', "Rah" . . . this ont- word t'o11stittttt-tl tt nt-w tht-t-1' ztcloptt-tl hy tht- Varsity clllt'CI'lt'21Cll'I'S . . . during tht- yt-ur st-vt-ral nt-w cht-t-rs wt-rv i11t1'oclt1t-t-cl tnclttcliug llll llllllllllll Yt-ll" and "I'x't- lit-t-11 XN'orlt- mg tm tht- Rztiltbzttlli . . . tht- girls tm tht- sqttatl ut-rv prt-st-tit att all litmtuthttll :mtl lutskt-thall gaiiit-s . . tht-y also pz1rtit'ip1ttt-tl i11 "pt-11 21SSt'Illl3llf'Su . . . tht- 11t1111ht-1' tml' tht-st- ztsst-mhlit-s was i11t'1't-ast-tl tlttr- 111 intl ht-ttt-r st'l1t1tml spirit . . . "l'70Il-llI't'Sl. wt-rv also g tht- yt-ar for tht- pttrptmst- of t-ricottrziging lllUl'l' ucldt-tl to t-xtrzt st'l1ot1l ztctivitit-s . . . they wt-rc t-n- joyt-cl hy tht- SlllCll'I1I htmcly and provt-cl effective in boosting schtwtml spirit . . . tint- of tht- features the girls clrt-atlt-cl tittmst was tht- t-ztrly clrill st-ssions with tht- hand in p1't-pztmtitvti lor football games . . . l'l2ll'l7lil'21 St-l1111t-ck. .Iam-t l'lt'lllIll'I'. and Barbara Bal- Ill21St'l' wt-1't- lo1't-t-tl to lt-ax't- tht- squad bt-cause of injurit-s . . . lltilllllll Ringlt-r acqttirt-d ht-r position tm tht- varsity sqttatl hy rt-plat-ing ont- of tht- girls who droppt-cl tmttt. .S't11n1ling,left to light: P. lfilippini. D. S4-icltfl. P, Kxtllmrh. H. Zia-gla-r. li. Szmdt-r. YY:-rtl. lf. Samtls, lx'm'eling.' D. Riuult-r, Promising Prospects for Future Varsity Squad junior Varsity group lvd Clit-vrs at all Y. foot- ball and basketball ganws . . . squad was compost-cl of girls from tt-ntlt amd K'll'X't'I1lll grzulcs and for many of tlicm it was tlivir first timt' out for rlit-t-r- ing . . . "Ol1! Nly uclting bom'sl" . . . pt'11ctit't'tl faithfully during zu'tix'ity pc-riods . . . tlu-y nt-vt-r missed a day??? . . . Y. squad also L1plX'Lll't'Cl at many of the "pt'p zxsscinblicsu and pzirtic'iputvcl in the "bonfircs" that wcrv ht-ld during tlu- yum' . . . the girls on thc- squad will bt- good mtxtt-ritxl for I't'lJl21Ct'Illt'HlS lor senior girls on tlu' Varsity . . junior high baske-thall tvam i't'Cvix't-cl CI'lCUllI'21Ql'- mvnt from its own Clit-t'ring squzxcl ..., unior liigli football tvzmx larkccl tlu-ir support lwcatist- tht' girls wt-re' clioscn too lutv i11 tlu- season . . . StxX'l'Illll. t-iglltlt. amd ninth gradt- girls wt-rv eligible for tltis group . . . tlicy wvrc piclu-tl on thc basis of pvr- sonnlity. zippvarancc. quality of voicc. and pliysical co-orclination . . . M1'. Hollman is advisvr to all t'lnt't-t'lvz1clit1g groups. JUNIOR HIGH CHEERLEADERS Lafz Io right: N. Llmt-r. C, K:-tnt-r, M. Hvlms. R. Bunnvll, Ni. Admits. Senior G.A.A. I nxt ffm. fe'l'I In lfgfllj ll. YM-icllu-1. Shull. Sirnpnun. B. Brown. l'lmvr. B. R.-ml, N1.iIHlliHl'I W ,. . . . . . . . lfzzlzl mu .' D. llvit:-13 Hvllllx. liulclin, lllllllllld-Niillkill. l,. R1-ml, R1-ill. K1 Ulu. fum! 11111: llnwvlls. lhuxmu. fx, Nxllnum. I.. Slllllll. l.. .-Vinum. B. Stuudt. NI. Yslmk. I furlh ffm: Nh-fll. Xirfmwnll. Mus lvrmxml. U, R4-v-mi. SI:-rim-I. Junior G.A.A. lzfxt mar, lrfl In llgllff N:-V. KivHkv1'. l.. RIPlll4'lllbl'I'M4'I'. NI. IIiIlIlK'I'Shil7. Hr-ilu-l1r'.1ln'r'. Ss'l1lim'hm'r. l"llll'kl'l'Iy. S. xy1'l'll. xl Spanx, Ci. Hlnhl. ufnfl 141115 KllllillIlLlIliS. Stull. Uma. M. Duil't, liln-rsolm-. M. Stuuclt. Wullyunu. Y. Smith. Y. Un-1-r. Viva. llmzl ffm: I.1-inlmrll. flllfllllllll, G. Mmm-r. R. lin-ilu-Ibis. H. Smith. czlllllllllilll. Mznm. N. St-fttmflp Galvin. NXVLIUUII xvllvl. I will 111:45 M. Rsutlxf-xnlu-me-I, M, lil'-Ailwllxis. N. Hx'--in, Simom. 'l'ubi.xx. -I. Sim'-up Ruwlf-3. il. Rupp. Rudy. H1121-Al1.1x't Mzulmvx uf-1. :E-.13 l 3 23 V229 94 "That was I1 good return, Doris? G.A.A. Offers Physical Recreation and Development This year's senior G.A.A. was under the leader- ship of Miss Tennant and junior G.A.A.. under Mrs. Epler . . . the girls started the fall season with hockey and later in the year played basket- ball, soccer, and volleyball . . . opposing schools in the hockey league were Mt. Penn, VVilson. Gov- ernor Mifiiin, and VVest Reading . . . the same schools participated in the basketball league with the addition of Exeter . . . for approximately eight weeks on Thursdays. the girls boarded a bus in front of the school and traveled to the Y. W. C. A. for a plunge and swimming lessons . . . earned money by selling candy and soda at football and basketball games . . . could be seen early in the morning practicing basketball and playing volley- ball . . . lots of fun was had while participating in intramural volleyball . . . sad season for both hockey and basketball but members enjoyed meeting other teams and kept their chins up when they lost a game. jr. G. A. A, basketeers mix it up. First row. left lo right: YY. Brown. Manager. Gt-iss. VW-rncr, L. Oxc-nrvidt-r, R. Fvttvr. Domt-nict-. Batvs. Zeller, Schwam- bach. Caste-llano, T. Conrad. Russt-ll Manwillt-r. D. Stoudt, Ryan. Manager. Second row: Mr. Ft-tts-rman. H. Endy. Gablt-. Ebling. R. Millcr. Shade. R. Schacfil-r. Godshall, Clt-mc-ns, Cochran. Lindt-rman. S. Mt-ssina. Muskct. Mr. VN'hitt-. Mr. Clemt-ns. Third row: Ronald Manwillvr. Pt-hlman, R. Rvichart. B. Collt-r. D. Rotht-rincl. R. Spayd. Thompson. L. Pottcigvr. J. Richards. Ochs. Landis, R. Williams, L. Ft-ttcr. Muhls Again Proved Grid Superiority Our Nluhls wort' inastcrs ol' lioothall onct' again. going undvfcatccl in county coinpvtition to scori- tht-ir vighth consccutiyt- county championship . . . our only scthacks wcrt- Collingdalc. Nvshaininy. and Schuylkill Haycn . . . the lattcr was a hard-fought hattlt' with a high-rankvd squad . . . tht' lioycrtown contx-st proyidcd grvatvst opposition in attaining our championship titlc' . . . thc "rt-cl hot l5t'ars" sportvtl an llIlClf'lil'2lIf'fl re-cord until tht- Muhls suprctnacy proyvcl too gl'f'IiI for thvnt as we- shut the-in 0111. I3-U . . . our sncct-ss can ht' attrihutml to a wcll-clrillcd squad of lint-invn and pass-rt'- cciycrs. couplvd with tht- signal-calling of Don Stoudt . . . tht- junior Varsity maintained an un- df'f0att'd svason in six starts . . . among their Vic- torit-s was a 2-U thrillvr with thc Reading High 'lunior Varsity . . . tcatn coachvd hy Mi'. Clcmt-ns and his assistants. Mr. ll. li. Whitv. and Mr. Fct- tvrman ...I Iunior High squad. coachvd hy Mr. Shipc. shows-cl prontist- of liuturr- Muhl champion- ship mate-rial. VARSITY SENIORS Fin! rozc. left to right: Ebling. Castvl- lano. Doint-nicv. Muskt-t. Z1-ll:-r. R WN'illiams. Conrad. Srrond tow: Schat'fl't-r. Hvrtloq, Colle-r. Gt-iss. D. Stoudt. Russ'-ll Manwillvr. R. Mille-r. Ochs. if .-UW I-:'L Ifirivl row. left fo right: F. Oxn-nr:-idx-r, Cctv, GOfIlllt'y'. Huiw. F. Davis. I.. Kirk. R. Bzilthascr, YY, Sfhal-fs-r. B En x Hoauland. D. HL'HiIlt'I'. Serond row: Mr. Shipn-. .-X. Fogvlnmn. .-X. Edwards, P. Colh-r. xx'l'SSl'll'I'. H1-Ibn-rt. L2lSC'OII1b. Englv. Stull. R. Cardmr Harrison. Third row: Hu111111vl, R2lhI1. Ilzwkson. C. X51-bvr. Harp:-r. Sl'hIIl2lUdl'f. XY. Bm'11nvtt. H. Smith. Bc'nt7. Hn-nry, Shnrx VARSITY SCHEDULE ,IL'NIOR VARSITY SCHEDULE M.T.H.S. OPP S4-pt. Ncsha111i11y S1-pl. XYilso11 13 Sept. EIIIIIIHUS Q S1-pl. Clocaliro lfnion Om' Emmdm 26 Oct. Hvllv1'tow11 r Oct. XN'yo111isSi11g' I9 Om. Uppvr Pc1'k1o111c'11 W . . M OU' eefhWl.l.nm. Numin Oct. Cmvz-1'11r11' 31131111 .151 Oct. Sfilliylklll Havcll Ur-I. Rwding Q Oct. Clollingdalx- Nrw, 'flioyprlown Nov. B0f't'l'ION'Il 24 Nov. 9fXYilson "'I,vaQuc- C:11114-s COALLIIES Krzwlirigx NIL I'-1'll4'l'IIlklI1. N111 ll 111 IIS .S'I11r11linu: Mr. YYl1it--. S111 Ship Standing, left to right: D. Fogelman. Jlflanrzger, D. Brown. XY. Biehl. O. Kaljulaid. l.. Oxenreicler. R. Ct-iss. R. Seliuef- fer. Mr. Matz, lx'nn'1ing: B. Ochs. R. Schoener, DeBooth. YN. Ht-rhine. Schwzunbaeh. Varsity Dribblers Placed Second in League Varsity gained second place in a ten-team league . . . compiled record of thirteen wins to four de- feats . . . defeated by no one on home court . . . Lynn Oxenreider led team scoring with a season's total of 321 points, placing second in league com- petition, followed by Ron Schaeffer with 263 . . . team entered four-team tournament at Upper Perkiomen. finishing second . . . emerged victor- ious over alumni team in post-season game . . . greatest Victory was the nine-point defeat of Kutl- town. Berks champs . . . coached by "rookie" Mr. is-f'flIlf'fff'I runs llllll-ll fare lztvpe 98 Matz . . . junior Varsity lost twelve and won live . . . gained valuable experience for future varsity positions . . . Thompson and Potteiger were high scorers . . . defeated by formidable faculty squad who demonstrated fair play and courtesy throughout the contest??? . . . jayvees coached by Mr. Dclp . . . encouraging student support evi- dent at all games . . . statisticians included Bill Mills. Barry Bates. Neil YYerner. Mr. Yfoods. Bob Heist. N1 if I-int IlIIl', left fo right: C. Yi-:luv-r. H. Dussinm-r. B. Gubls-. S. Mm-ssirlzi. XY. Limivrmzm, .Yfrnrzd mum' D. I:UQ'l'1lll2lIl. A"lll1flQ!'f. R. Pl'h1IIlHIl. I,. Pottn-im-r. 1,. ThCllllIDSlJIl. R. Albright. D. Bc-hn-r111:msr'l1. M1'. Dvlp. SCIHElJL'1,E Varsity Y. Varsity MTHS Opp. MTHS opp. MTHS Opp, Nov. 225 5YK'I'Ili'I'SY111C 86 13 51 12 -lan 18 'fXYi1son 57 72 Nov. 150 Olvy .Ian 21 'XXvyf1IIl1SS1f1g 59 Um: 111 '1eBOy1'I'10M'Il .lam 25 oGH21II11Jlll'Q 62 llvc. 11 Olvy jan. 28 7515Oyl'1'1ONN'I1 15 lim: 17 XGOV. Nlifflin Fm-h 1 XIQIIIYIONYII 17 UCC. 21 99Kutxl0wn Feb 4 'WGOX1 Mimin 59 llvc. 26 L'pp0r Fcb 8 4511. Pvnu 61 Pf'1'ki0mCY1 F015 1 1 4+Birc1sh0r0 37 ID:-cz 27 Emulaus F4-h 15 Allmmi 1,5 llzm. 4 XN'c'1'm-rsx'il1c- FQ-h 15 ffm-Ully -lam. 7 91311. Pvnn 1 -lan, 1 1 KYYUSI Rvzxdirmg 'I mm- funn N J. Y. MTHS Opp 26 52 33 50 31 -16 44 5.5 30 36 48 58 33 66 57 230 20 KH In 11111 zfr mn 171 fl!!-Qlllllt' lllzlf. fffllltkil 11111111111 ff. High BllXill'iiJllll I'111l 111:11 fwfr 111 Hghi: Rl'l1l. B1111. R. 5IlYC1l'I'. 111-1111111-. S1'1Llll1J. D. 191111. 15. Davis. Di1l1pl11111-. G1-115111121-1: .S'm'1111rl 11111-: Ci. S11-w111't. Kurtz. Mi1'1111ls111. S. N1llIlIll1111'I', '1'.11'1-111-11, 511111. R. B1'11w11. XY. '1'1'11111. W11i11-. 'l'l1 ' ' 1111 11111: 11115511-13 A11111111. I.111'u1-, A. 1"11g--11111111. D. 11l'11Il'I X11 11-111-1'111'111 Baby Basketeers Gained Competitive Experience -lllIl10l' High 1111sk1-1111111 511112111 1'1111sis11-11 111' 111'1x' 1111111 boys I'1'IJl'1'S1'I1l1I1g g1'11111-s 7 1111'1111gl1 9 . . . 1111111-11 11111 fm' 1'l1l'1f' 111111'r1i11g p1'111'1i1-1- s1-ssi1111s . 1l11v1-11 IW11 U111111-s 21 1i1-1-1.- with EXt'I1'I'. 111111-1'111w11 1 5 1 I 111111 NI1. 11-1111 . . . 11-11111 was 011111-111-1l 11' .- 1 NI1. F1-111-11111111 . . . 1111-11 of 21 C1111111pi1111sl1i11 11-11111 was 11111 S111-N-11: 111511-11d 1-xp1-1'i1-111-1- was g11i111-11 11s 1111 1111-111111-rs 111' 1111- 11-11111 w1-1'1- Qin-11 1111l1111'1111111x' p1111i1'i111111- 111 1-111-11 Q111111: . . . il 111ix1-11 11-11111 111 s1-v1-11111. 1-ig11111. 111111 11111111 gl'LlL1k'I'S 1111111-11 1111- 111'Q1 111111111-1' . . . 11111111 g1'111l1-. 1111- S1-1111111 111111111-1' . . . 1-ig11111 gl'1lC1l'. 1111- 1111111 111111111-1' . . . S1-V1-11111 g1'11111-. 1111- 1111111 111111111-1' . . . 1111111-11 111 give- IJ12lf't'l'S Z1 1-1111111-Q 111 g1-1 1111- 1-l'l'1 111' 111111111-11111111 . . . i111p11r111111'1- was placed O11 S111-11 1111111111111-ntals as passing. f11111w111'k. s1111111i11g. 111111 111'i1111li11g . . . S1-11s1111 11111-111-11 1111 .Ia1111111'y 18 NV1l11 KI1. P1-1111 and 1-los1-11 1111 F1-111'11- 111'x' 8 wi1l1 L1 Q111111- 111 151111-1'111wr1. 111pi1r111t1, Seated, left to right: D. Adams. R. Williams, D. Regar. R, Shade. R. Muthard. R. Rothenberger, L. Stoudt. J. Ebling. Manager. Standing: E. Campbell. D. Tobias. K. Williams. R. Bennett, D. Falls-r. YY. Vogel. Mr. Woods. Swimming Re-Instated as a Varsity Sport After an eight-year lapse. Muhlenberg again entered the Berks County Swimming League . . . the Merlads. coached by Mr. YN'oods, brought the season to a close by placing second to XN'est Read- ing . . . our record was five wins and three losses . . . meets were held at the Central Y. M. C. A. in Reading . . . events included freestyle. backstroke. hreaststroke. diving. a medley. and a relay . . . David Tobias and Larry Stoudt were co-captains . . . any boys in grades 9-12 were eligible for the team . . . .Iolm Ebling. manager. was also the score- keeper . . . in the District Swimming Meet held at Millersville State Teachers College, David Tobias was entered in the diving competition . . . Larry Stoudt. Ken Wlilliams. Bill Vogel, and David Tobias swam a 200-yard relay . . . David Tobias ranked second in the County Diving Competition and led the Muhls with a total of 70.7 points for the season: Dick Bennett was second with a score of 45 points . . . chenille letters awarded for first year of service. Take your 111011. . . . ge! vet ...y Q 0 . . ifi l"irxt row. left to right: Whitv, junior High Nlzlnager. Kirk. A. Edwards. L. Shomo. E. Lloyd. Lt-ssig. Shit-ry, ll. YYi-llvr. Rt-nlo, I. Rotht-nba-ret-r, Drobnivk. Serond mum' Zvlln-r. S. Mc-ssiria. Large-. Drt-ibm-lbis. P. Brown. R. Gardnt-r. Hain. Ht-H'nt-r. Crm-gar, R. Bt-nn:-tt. Hart, W. Spayd. Mfrnnger. Third row: Mr. Matz. B. Collt-r. B. Gablv. N. YN'n'rnt-r. D. Stoudt. Muskt't. Ds-Booth. Cast:- Brokt-nshirv. l.. Stoudt. D. Roth:-rmvl. R. XN'illizuns. R. Klinv. Rupp. R. lf:-tt:-r. NI April April April April April lNIit'halsl-ti. Track Schedule-1955 XYilson. Nfuhlvnberg junior and Sc-nior High Pottstown. Boys-rtown. Nluhlenbcrg County Nicct XN'ils0n. Nitililcnbmg. Shillington junior and Ss-nior High Birdsboro. Rlulilt-nbvrq junior and Svnior High Vp and mm with Iltilifllllft' from the tizlelinet. Bluhlvnbvrg lioycrtown Albright Shillington Mulilvnbvrg April May Nlay Nlay Niay Nlay Blat' 30 4 7 11 14 21 28 County Nlcct Mt. Pvnn. Blulilcnbt-rg County N16-et Vcnxkt' Rf'lays P. I. A. A. District 3 Junior High Nleet P. I. A. A. District 3 Senior High N196-t P. I. A. A. Stz1tvXIec-t . Q Till. j. Sham. llano. R. Spayd, 'lf Rlillvr. 11 Buvkworth. XN'cst Reading Muhlenberg Shillington lioycrtown Harrisburg I.t1nCastn'r Stats' Cfollvgt' a s Y' 4 ,. l. I'p and over zvilh rzssixtflrlce from the .virleline.t. 102 f. Twvv Imfl In right: l. Bituer. R. l'lrich. l.. Brukenshirv. l,. Stouclt. G. Potts. Mr. Brokenshire. flluhl Harriers Showed Improvement Our cross-country team showed improvement hy defeating Reading Highs junior varsity on our home course of 2.5 miles in Lzunreldale . . . the win was sparked by the respective first and second places of Laury lirokenshire. senior. and Tom Bitner. L1 very promising sophomore . . . hc-cause of lack of candidates. the squad participated in only three meets . . . 11 creditable showing was made hy our harriers in a speedy District Xleet at Coming into the home xtrelrlz. Venzlieis Golf Course . . . this course. 21 typical cross-country course. is 2.4 miles long and is com- posed of grassy hills and 21 usually soggy cornlield . . . veterans Stouclt. YYilliams. and Lilrich. a junior. aided much in the team's success . . . need for can- didates is in evidence as lirokenshire. Stouclt. and XN'illiams gratlinate this year . . . the squad was put lllfllllgll their drills hy Mr. lirokenshire. SLIllliDl.'l.l'l Ott. li R1-guliuu alt Mulileulmm-ru O4 t. ll' NIL1l1lr'IllJ1'I'E at Reading . - strict NIL-et txt Y--:uk--'s Coll' .Ulll'i1' Fin! mu: left to right: Sassanian. Auf. MIIHHHFV. Moon-. Pott:-im-r. Ronald Manwilln-r, Coclshall, Stull. Mzmiiiillvr. Ebling. Mrlnrzgfr. Sernnn' row: Mr, Dvlp. Hz-ist. Noll. Potts. Russvll Mzmwillc-r. C14-iii:-ns, Batvs. Mr. CII1-nivns. 'lvlllfll' row: Schzivflm-r. I.lIldt'I'IIl2lIl. K. Brossmzln. l.. Oxvnrm-ids-r. l,. Marimillm-r. Cm-iss. R. Mills-r. Baseball Schedule-1955 VARSITY Nlay I 2 ilioyc-rtowri Away April Pvrry Away County Play-offs April xAvl'l'IN'I'SYlll6' Hmm- "1A'2lM1H' GHHWS April Birclsboro Horus- Y v April Hamburg Hmm- 1 , H JL NIOR HIGH April 49XN'yo11iissir1g Away Alnll l57 lxllsfm y D AWN' April -:eGm.l.m0I. Mlmlll Hmm. April 22 Governor Mifllin Homv April eeMt. pulp All-al' April QQ liayvrlowri f2l Away April 9eXYilson Away Mal' ullson - y Holm' April ael.l0ym.l0wn Hmm. May' I5 Goycrnor Niifllm Away April 9fXN'yorriissing Home Mal' I6 BUYCVTOWU l2l HOW" April Rvading High School Hflllli' 12N llouhlv-header' junior High Nlay 99G0ycrnor Mimin Away 'k School and junior Varsity Nlay 'XNIL Pvnn Hmm' Nlgry 9 'l5XYilson Home- JKNIOR HIGH BASEBALL lfimt roar. left to right: rli2ll'I'2ii'lI. lf Davis, Pi-nn. Dilliplanv. Shaub. Seronrl rout G. Su-wart, E. XM-hry Aiman, Hinklm-. Huiv. Hz.-lbi-rt. Third rout R. Oxvnrc-iclvr. A, Your-lrriziri R. Brown. Mr. YYhit1-. Richards. BI, Hue-y. D. 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