Muhlenberg High School - Muhltohi Yearbook (Laureldale, PA)

 - Class of 1956

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May it contain the ballast of Christian morality to support today,s traffic and also tornorrow's. May it be fortified with faith to assure the enjoyment of safety and a measure of lasting quality-a monument to its builders. Most sincerely, JOHN W. KHOURI High School Principal KERMIT H. SCHMEHL, BOARD OF EDUCATION Seated, left to right: Adam H. Rentschler, William J. Ahrens, Earl A. Boyer, Charles A. Trout. Standing, left to right: Harold A. Stoudt, Daniel G. Rothermel, Matthew A. Rohr- bacher, Dr. ,lack E. Cox, John W. Khouri, Superintendent of Schools. Assistant High School Principal ROBERT D. SHIPE, JR. , If s o ' M X DOROTHY J. BOYER MYRON F. BOYER Home Economicsg B.S. in Scienceg B.S. in Ed., Kutz- Home Ee., Cedar Crest Col- town State Teachers College. lege. ELLA M. BRESLER JAMES R. BROKENSHIRE Geographyg B.S., Albright Mathematicsg B,S., Franklin College. and Marshall College. CHARLES E. LLOYD L. CLEMENS BUCKWORTH Health, Scienceg B.S., Al Physical Educationg B.S. in bright College. Health Ed. East Stroudsburg State Teachers Collegeg Ed. M. Temple -University. JEAN CURLEY Englishg A.B., Albright Col- lege. DONALD N. DELP Driver Educationg B. S. in Ed., East Stroudsburg State Teachers College. wwe gg 3 1,4 'L F 'X MARY DOTSEY IDA EBLING Artg B.S., Kutztown State Home Economicsg B.S., Pa. Teachers College. State Univ. ED.M., Temple Univ. 1 EMMA P. EPLER DONALD L, FETTERMAN GRACE GOOD . HENRY D. HACHMZQN Physical Educationg B.S. in Civics, Historyg B.S., Ursin- School Nurse? Wash' Sam' AT1fl'lmCf1CS A-B., Albflght Ed., Temple Univ, us College, tarium and Hospital. Ed.M., Harvard. JOHN E. HARRIS Historyg B.S., Social Studies, Schuylkill College. MARJORIE HODCKINS Physical Education, Healthg B.S. in Physical Ed., West Chester State Teachers Col- lege. ALTA H. HORTON Vocal Musicg B.S. in Publlc S c h o ol Music, Mansfleld State Teachers College. HELEN HOUCK LAWRENCE IMBODEN MARIASTELLA KAPUTO QUENTIN R KEATH Enghsh .lournallsm BS ln Commercialg B.S. in Comm German Spamsh Engllsh M6ChaHlC3lDIaW1Hg BS Kutztown Ed., Beckley College, Blooms AB Albrlght College Fd Mlllersvllle M Ed burg State Teachers College Penna State UHlVCfSlt THELMA L. KNAUSS Commercialg B.S. in Ed., Bloomsburg State Teachers College. MARY JO MacCALLUM Librariang B.S. in Ed., Kutz- town State Teachers College. 1 . CCF Q MURIEL F. MARKS Commercial, B.S. in Ed., Bloomsburg State Teachers College. KENNETH H. MATZ MIRIAM E. MOYER DAVID F. OWEN MILDRED H. PRUTZMAN Health, Mathematics, Geog- Englishg B.S. in Ed., Kutz- Mathematics, B.S. in Ed., Civics, History, English, A. raphyg B.S. in Health and town State Teachers College. East Stroudsburg State B. Hood College. Teachers College. M. Ed., Physical Ed., West Chester State Teachers College. Temple Univ. ,.....-.1-.11 FRANCES A. M. RAHN Health, Guidance Counselor, Psychology Examiner, A.B. Hood College, Ed.lVl., Har- vard University. HAZEL A. RAMSEY Englishg A.B., Albright Col- lege. I E. BRAINERD REINERT LILLIE R. RIMBY Ceographyg B. S. in Ed., Latin, English, A.B., Dickin- Kutztown S t a t e Teachers son College, M.A., Columbia College. University. 1 l Y OLIVIA C. RUFFNER JAMES B. SHANER, JR. CLAUDE A. SPANCAKE EDITH E- STOUDT ' Mathematics, English, Guid- Wood Shop, Williamson Physics, Chemistry, B. S., HiSl0I'y5 AB., Ursinus Col- anceg Ph.B., Brown Univer- Trade School. Penna. State University. 1ese,M.A-, C0lUU1bi3 Univer- sity, M.S. in Ed., University Sity- of Pa. A CARL STRITTMATTER History, General Science and General Business, B.S., Kutz- town State Teachers College. OLIVE TENNANT 'T Englishg B.S. in Health Ed., E a s t Stroudsburg Sta t e Teachers College 9' I A00 57 M. CATHERINE WERTZ JASON W. WHITE Civics, History, B.S. in Ed., MaIhC1T1HiiCS5 B-S- ill Ed-, Lebanon Valley College. Bucknell University, M.S., University of Michigan. JOHN B. WHITE ESTHER M. WILLITS Biology, B.S. in Ed., Klltl- History, B.S. in Ed., West town State Teachers College, Chester State Teachers Col- M.S., Temple University. lege, M.A., Duke University. ROBERT J. WINTERS Metal Shop, B.S., in Indus- trial Arts, Millersville State Teachers College. M. Ed., Pennsylvania State Univer- sity. '-C SN ' f 'Uv' i 'rimu SD' Wil! GLENN H. WOODS English, A.B., Lebanon Val ley College. MRS. ETHEL I. SHANER MRS. CLARA K. OXENREIDER MRS. GRACE M. LONG MRS. JANE M. SHUMAN KWZSWK Time Out for a Picture V232 lbw., Mrs. Katherine Brown, Mrs. Verna Becker, Mrs. Margie Adams, Mrs. Ada Fox. Mrs. Helen Hinnershitz, Mrs. Irene Nagle, Mrs. Ruth Gernert. Mrs. Arlene Fick, Mrs. Elda Boyer, Mr Sallie Kline. mf! Ralph N. Leinback, Thomas C. Shirk. Third picture: Harry O. Dowling, Custodian Foreman. John .l. Gier fforegroundl Floyd Berkemeyer fbackgroundl Mr. Raymond Endy Attendance Officer Zaetaddaae and gene Zzdaew William Schaeffer Senior l Z4e6Z444af56.,, CLASS COLORS: Black and White WIIIIBIH Mllls, Presulent Barry Bates, Vice President M S SLSS f , 'I ,,k: ' , . -,1vf:f?.2.12':':if . 'T' LL ' L ' '-,- ,L--' "'f' ' 'S ., 6 LLLL L . . H , all Llnda Smlth, Secretary , 'V sl 5,51 V J? Vfr, Otto Kaljulaidj Treasurer . A fl , ' is '.f'A , l" ,L - .f.. . . IN. -Y kv ff-' gigggyiefg , S .,,. ixiw ' 1. - IKV.. , I m,,, , CLASS FLOWER: White Rose CLASS MOTTO: On to Perfection JANE A. ADAMS COMMERCIAL Janie , . . short . . . enjoys history . . . relishes ltalian food . . . likes girls' sports . . . detests shorthand , . . pal of Pat . . . hopes to enter college. Y-Teens 11, 12g Observer 123 Basketball 11, 12g Hockey 10, 11, 12g Swimming Club 10g Muhllohi 123 Bookkeeping Club 12. Lois G. ADAMS ACADEMIC Lois . . . always joking . . , rel- ishes pizza . . . detests conceited people . . . enjoys typing . . . spends summer at Mt. Gretna . , . future elementary teacher. Mixed Chorus 10, 11. 125 Hori- zon Club 10, 11, 12g Student Council 115 Observer 11, 12g Muhltolzi 12g GAA 103 Typing Club 10g FTA 11. RICHARD A. ALBRIGHT ACADEMIC Dick . . . "roundball" enthusiast . . . seen at Dave's Variety Store . . . speeds weekends in country . . . dislikes typing . . , plans to attend college. Student Council 10g Varsity Basketball 123 JV Basketball 10, 11g Math Club 12. RONALD P. ALLWEIN INDUSTRIAL Ronnie . . . pleasing personality . . . always saying, "Yes, well" . . . likes metal shop . . . dislikes English, homework, and girls . , . future-undecided. Hall Patrol 11, 123 Student Council 11. ELAINE ANGSTADT ACADEMIC Elaine . . . fun-loving . . . advocates short bob and "natural lookv . . . ardent movie fan . . . one of the gang . . , aspires to he a temperature taker. Horizon Club 11, 12g Class Play 11, 12. EMILY K. ARNOLD COMMERCIAL Emily . . . always smiling . . . neat dresser . . . set hobbyw roller skating , . . dislikes hot dogs . . . pals with Fran . . . plans to enter the commercial lield. Bookkeeping Club 12g Stenography Club 12. KATHLEEN J. BAILEY ACADEMIC Kathy . . . tiny but peppy . . . never at a loss for words . . . hobby is ice skating . . , despises late hours . . . future "Florence Nightingale." Horizon Club 10, 11, 129 Red Cross 10, 11, 124 Class Play 11, 12, Typing Club 11g Mulzltohi 12g Hockey 12g Volley- ball 12g Swimming Club 12. BARRY T. BATES ACADEMIC Barry . . . strong, silent type . . . bor- rower of Neil's clothes . . . football co- captain , . . adores shapes, sizes, and sil- houettes . . . future "Joe College." Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 12g Muhleteers 113 Hi-Y 10, 11, 12, Hall Patrol 11, 12g Muhltohi 125 Class Officer 12: Class Play 11, 12g JV Basketball 103 Varsity Foot- ball 10, 11, 12g Varsity Baseball 10, 11. 12g Varsity Club 11, 12g Basketball Score- keeper ll, 12. JANET M. BRADLEY COMMERCIAL Janet . . . pert band member . . . congenial . . . fashion- wise lass . . , ardent racing fan . . . dislikes "mice" but loves "rats" . . . possible medical secretary. Orchestra 10, ll, 12g Band 10, 11, 12, County Band 10, 11, 12g Y-Teens 11, 12. BARBARA A. BRITIGAN ACADEMIC Barbara . . . pretty, brown-eyed miss . . . "real brain" . . . artistic , . . hopes to drive eventually . . . tries to live without eating . . . future, indefinite. Horizon Club 10, 11, 12g Highway Patrol 105 Traffic Court 11, 12g Muhltohi 12g Basketball 10g Swimming Club 105 Typing Club 105 FTA 11. CHARLES A. BROWN INDUSTRIAL Charlie . . . nice guy . . . always saying, "you, too, can be re- placedlv . . , likes all food . . . pastime-photography . . . likes shops . . . will enlist in the Marine Corps. Hi-Y 10, 11, 125 Photography Club 10, 11. DONALD R. BROWNE ACADEMIC Cal . . . neat dresser . . . industrious but seldom quiet . . . chief interest lies in cars . . . a connoisseur of fem- ininity . . . W.P.I. hopeful. Band 10, 11, 123 County Band 10, 11, 12g Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 123 Hall Patrol 11, 12. ff N A .ml ff,:.:tvw -amnav MARGARET K. J. BUCHERT COMMERCIAL Dolly . . . known for black eye . . . always joking . . T delights on steak sandwiches . . . dislikes fat people . . . always seen with ,loan . . , future undecided. Mixed Chorus ll, 12g Y-Teens 11, 12. CLINTON R. CARBON ACADEMIC Clint . . . quiet person . . . "licorice-stick' spieler . . . art enthusiast . . . Observer reporter . , . detests P.O.D .... future art student. Band 10. 11, 12g County Band 11. 12. FAYE F. CHRIST. COMMERCIAL Faye . . . pet expression, 4'Behave yourself!" . . . craves spaghetti . . . plays piano . . . Muhlaire member . . . future secretary. Mixed Chorus 11, 12g Muhlaires 12g Y-Teens ll, 123 Muhltohi 123 Bookkeeping Club 12. EDITH A. DEANGELIS ACADEMIC Edith . . . glamorous . . . seen and heard . , . neat dresser . . . loves to sew . . . always with Diane and Elaine . . . has a fever for turquoise , . . Penn State co-ed. Mixed Chorus 11, 125 Y-Teens 11, 125 Projectionist Club 105 Highway Patrol 105 Observer 11. 12. JOAN A. DELP COMMERCIAL .loan . . . lots of fun . . . usually smiling . . . likes pizza pie . . . always saying, "Dig that!" . . . lunch dodger , . . dislikes cowboy films . . . future undecided. Y-Teens 11. 125 Dramatic Club 12. JoY P. DETWEILER ACADEMIC Joy . . . highstepping band majorette . . . a favorite activity-sleeping . . . feeble tennis player . . . Homecoming Queen . . . hopes to go South to college. Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 125 County Chorus 125 Muhlaires 125 Y-Teens 11, 125 Projectionist Club 105 Highway Patrol 105 Observer 125 Muhltohi 125 Class Play 11, 125 Major- ettes 10, 11, 12. DORIS E. DUNKLE COMMERCIAL Doris . . . long-lashed, blue-eyed gal . . . talkative . . . seen at Matty's , . . craves pizza . . . jitterliugger . . . pals with Peanut or Sandy . . . future secretary. Y-Teens 11, 12. HARRY C. DUSSINGER INDUSTRIAL Butch . . . sports a crewcut . . . always smiling . . . enthusiastic small game hunter . . , dotes on milkshakes . . . Band- stand fan . . . future is undecided. JV Basketball 113 Ping Pong Club 12. HowARn I. ENDY INDUSTRIAL Howard . . . always flirting . . . seen in hunting attire works with hot stock car , . . noted for eighty-eight yard run . . . might pound a beat in the future. Hi-Y 10, 11, 123 JV Football 10, 11g Varsity Football 12. JEAN A. EPTING . . . hopes to train at Reading Hospital. DAVID J. FALLER COMMERCIAL Dave . . . conservative dresser . . . pet saying, "That's original!" . , , savors pizza . . . big wheels shake him . . .magic and dance fiend . . . future: undecided. Y-Teens 11, 12g Algebra Club 12, ACADEMIC Jean . . . natural blonde . . . loquacious . . . craves apple pie . . , pet saying, '4Oh, Brother!" . . . busy Y-Teener JOYCE A. EVANS ACADEMIC Joyce . . . blonde . . . ardent Student Council member . . . Jeanette's chum , . . member of udawn patrol" . . . detesls had manners . . . will wear nurse's white. Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 123 Hori- zon Club 10, 11, 12g Student Council 10, 11, 125 Algebra Club 123 Red Cross Club 10, 11, 125 Class Play 11, 12. WARREN R. FAUST ACADEMIC Egbert . . . short in stature . . . good sense of humor . , . raises tropical fish . . . part-time grocer . . . has aversion for homework . . . future Collegian, Hi-Y 10, 11, 12g Hall Patrol 11, 123 Highway Patrol 11: Student Council 10g Algebra Club 12g Ping Pong Club 10. 11. 12. RUSSELL K. FETTER INDUSTRIAL Pappy . . . friendly chap . . . admirer of opposite sex . . . al- ways orders an ltalian sandwich , . . abld tackle for lVluhl's , . . undecided about future. Varsity Football 11, 123 JV Foot- ball 104 Track 10. 11. 123 Varsity Club 11,l12. BETTE L. FILMAN ACADEMIC Bette . . . seldom heard . . . smiling brown eyes . . . Mixed time sales girl . . . future housewife. Chorus songstress . . , favorite dish-spaghetti . . . part- Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 12g Muhlaires 12: Y-Teens 11, 12. DAVID S. FOGELMAN GENERAL Chub . . . good humored . . . enjoys fun . . . favorite hobby-eating , . . plays cool sax . . . dislikes girls . . . dreads book report day . . . future undecided. Orchestra 11, 123 Band 11, 12g Hall Patrol 11g Varsity Basketball lManagerJ 10, 11g JV Basketball fManagerl 10, 11. BARRY FoLK COMMERCIAL Barry . . . spends "spare time" at school . . .sports a sharp haircut and pegs . . . one of the "Bandits" . . , makes it to Mazzo's . . . future undecided. Student Council 105 ,IV Basketball 10. RUTH G. FOLK COMMERCIAL Ruthie . . . vivacious blonde . . . always giggling . . . loves jitterbugging , . . Y-Teens' prexy . . . savors sour pickles . . . hopes to become medical secretary. Mixed Chorus 11, 12g Y-Teens 11, 123 Highway Patrol 103 Bookkeeping Club 125 Savings Club 12. BARRY H. FRANK ACADEMIC Barry . . . better known as Pear . . . loquacious . . . argues readily in Student Council . . , non-vegetarian . . . future business administration student. Hi-Y 10, 11, 12g Photography Club 103 Hall Patrol 11, 12g Hall Patrol Court 12g Student Council 11, 12g Class Play 11, 12g Algebra Club 125 Chess Club 10. BARRY L. CABLE ACADEMIC Curly . . . always joking . . . dislikes cosmetic coated girls . . . one terminal of Muhl's line . . . spring cinder pounder , . . hopeful campus trooper. Hi-Y 10, 11, 129 Varsity Basketball 123 JV Basketball 11g Varsity Football 11, 12g JV Football 10g Track 10, 11, 2. SANDRA H. GEISLER COMMERCIAL Sandy . . . favorite expression, "Let's hear it!" . . . craves pizza . . . usually seen with Peanut and Doris . . . Matty's is second home . . . future undecidedf Y-Teens 11, 123 Bookkeeping Club 12. CAROLYN A. GREENAWALT Bookkeeping Club 12. SHARON H. GUNDRY COMMERCIAL Sharon . . . attractive blonde , . . efficient field marshal . . . enjoys jazz . . . craves Italian sandwiches . . . second home-Marion Street . . . future bookkeeper. Y-Teens 11, 123 Projectionist Club 109 Highway Patrol 105 Observer 12g Class Officer 10, 119 Majorettes 10, 11, 125 Bookkeeping Club 12g Class Play 11, 12, GENERAL Carol . . . quiet . . . relishes spaghetti . . . types for book- keeping club . . . laundry employee : . . detests P.0.D. and conceited people . . . hopes to attend R.B.1. ROBERT M. GRIESEMER ACADEMIC Bob . . . congenial actor . . . Reading High transfer , . . gour- met of Dutch foods . . . allergic to physics . . . detests girls who smoke . . . plans to attend W.P.l. Mixed Chorus 125 Hi-Y 12g Class Play 125 Track 125 Cross Country 12. FRANCES A. HAISCH COMMERCIAL Fran . . . energetic . . . likes French fries . . . frowns upon office practice . . . faithful Y-Teen member . . . usually seen with Ruth . , . future secretary. Y-Teens 11, 12g Observer 12g Class Play 123 Bookkeeping Club 123 Savings Club 125 Stenography Club 12. LAWRENCE J. HARTMAN INDUSTRIAL Beet . . . happy-go-lucky . . . known for his red hair . . . hunt- ing and fishing fan . . . relishes steak sandwiches . . , dislikes P.O.D .... future undecided. WILLIAM G. HELLER INDUSTRIAL Bill . . . nice guy . . . likes typing . , . not too crazy about history . . . craves banana splits . . . pet peeve is show offs : . . future undecided. RUTH A. HERTZOG GENERAL Ruth Ann . . . happy-go-lucky . . . migrated from Topton . . . clerks at candy store . . . enjoys English but dislikes shorthand . , . future undecided. Red Cross Club 12g Savings Club 12. 2 '! eg S E 5 . E! li il 3 3 it 1 ll-2 . el, it l . 2 it it ' T ' Q tr if DIANE C. HETTINGER HELEN J. HERzoc ACADEMIC Helen . . . neat personality . . . craves steak sandwiches . . . cannot tolerate tardy people . . . dog lover . . part-time cashier . . . will enroll in nurse's training. Horizon Club 11, 125 Highway Patrol 10, 11g Traffic Court 113 Red Cross Club 123 Class Play 11g Typing Club 103 Public Speaking 12g Algebra Club 12. COMMERCIAL Tiny . . . tall, blonde miss . . . has cute giggle . . . pet expression, "Oh, Boog!" . . . always seen with Ruth . . . relishes pizza pie . . . future undecided. Y-Teens 11, 12. GEORGEANNE HOHL ACADEMIC Peanut . . . sweet personality . . . little but mighty . . . coffee fiend . . . seen constantly with Rich . . . pals with Doris and Sandy . . . future x-ray technician. Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 12g Y-Teens 11, 12g Highway Patrol 10, 11, 123 Observer 11, 12g Class Play 11. ANITA F. HOLLAND-MORITZ ACADEMIC Anita . . . willowy blonde . . . GAA en- thusiast . . . dramatist . . . survives on food and no sleep . . . prodigious vocabu- lary . . . future plans include college. Typing Club 103 Algebra Club 123 Mixed Chorus 12g Debating 12g Horizon Club 11, 125 Projectionist Club 10, 11g Highway Patrol 103 Traffic Court 10, 11g Muhltohi 12g Class Play 11, 12g Color Guard 12g Basketball 10, 11, 125 Hockey 11, 12g Volleyball 10, 11, 12g Swimming Club 10. JANICE HUMAN COMMERCIAL Janice . . . cute, sparkling eyes . . . cheery personality . . . craves Italian sandwiches . . . favorite pastime-eating . . . likes shorthand . . . future undecided. Mixed Chorus 10, 115 Y-Teens 11g Bookkeeping Club 12g Class Officer 10, 11g Flag Twirlers 10, AHTO KALJULAID brilliant chess player . . . collects stamps . . enter military college. ACADEMIC Ott . . . one of the tallest seniors . . . likes German . . . . aspires to Class Officer 10, 11, 125 JV Basketball 105 Typing Club 11, 123 Ping-Pong Club 10g Algebra Club 12. RICHARD D. KATZENMOYER ACADEMIC Ricki . . . elaborate hairdo . . . pet expression-"Play it cool!" . . . haunted Eddie's . . . slaves for Canada Dry . . . known for his T-shirts . . . future Frogman. CAROLE L. KENNEY ACADEMIC Carole . . . attractive blonde , . . always busy . . . pos- sesses unique voice . . ..capable actress . . . hockey en- thusiast . . . future X-ray technician. Horizon Club 10, 11, 12g Projectionist Club 10, 11, 12g Highway Patrol 10, 115 Traffic Court 10, 11, 12g Student Council 10g Muhltohi 12g Class Play 11, 12g Basketball 125 Hockey 11, 12g Volleyball 11, 123 Swimming Club 103 Typing Club 12. r MILTON F. KOBLE Milt . . . pleasant smile . . . pet phrase, A'H0w 'bout that?,' . . . excels in metal shop . . . pals with Boo and Slug . . . seen at Dave's . . . future undecided. DIANE J. KOCH COMMERCIAL Diane . , . pretty, brown-eyed hrunette . . . always laughing . . . energetic yell queen . . . dotes on,.Bar-B-Q's . . . has a special "buddy" . . . future re- ceptionist, Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 123 Muhl- aires 11, 12g Observer 125 JV Cheerleader 10g Varsity Cheer- leader 11, 123 Y-Teens 11, 12. s,,M,,,,5,Js,,.,'s,-.,, y,,. .,,-,t., , , ., INDUSTRIAL BARBARA A. KURTZ COMMERCIAL Barbara . . . attractive . . . keen sense of humor . . . busy bee . . . Shakespeare enthusiast . . . pert colorguard , . . revels in plane rides . . , future undecided. Mixed Chorus 125 Y-Teens 11, 12g Highway Patrol 103 Color Guard 12. BARRY D. LANDIS INDUSTRIAL Slug . . . ready, winning smile . . , versatile athlete . . . prefers petite redheads . . . craves steaks . . . Phillies fan . . . future plans, not definite. JV Basketball 11g Varsity Football 11, 12g JV Football 104 Track 10, 12. TERRY A. LESHER INDUSTRIAL Red , . . experienced hunter . . . can't stand cats . . . favorite class: metal shop . . . grocery store clerk . . . looks forward to career as an electrician. JANET M. LOSONCY ACADEMIC Jeanette . . . affable blonde . . . enjoys creative writing , . . Joyce's constant companion . . . loathes creamed beef . . . hopes to be an elementary teacher. Horizon Club 10, 11, 12, Student Council 10, 11, 123 Observer 123 Class Play 12g Typing Club 109 Creative Writing 12. PATRICIA MADERIA COMMERCIAL Pat . . . nice . . . always says, "There you go!" . . . likes corn pie . . , dislikes conceited people . . . yearbook staff . . . theatre employee . . . possible secretary. Stenography Club 12g Bookkeeping Club 12g Savings Club 123 Muhltohi 12. MARIE K. MARBARGER HOME ECONOMICS Marie . , . peppy . . . short but sweet , . . ardent seamstress . . . Miss Hort0n's lark in the dark . . . peerless purveyor of jokes . . . hopes to be a hair stylist. Mixed Chorus 11, 123 Muhlaires 11, 12g Y-Teens 11, 125 Observer 11, 129 Quill and Scroll 12g Typing Club 12g Red Cross Club 12. PATRICIA A. MCKENTLY COMMERCIAL Pat . . . tall lass from Hyde Park . . . pet expression, "Boy, you know it!" . . , loves chocolate cake . . . hopes to be a stenograpber in the future. Y-Teens 11, 12g Bookkeeping Club 12g Savings Club 123 Stenography Club 12. CAROL M. MENGEL Art Club 12. CARL D. MILLER INDUSTRIAL Boo . . . makes humorous noises . . . never has a dull moment , . . is handy man at Hi-Way Food Market . . . dislikes braggers . . . whiz in shop . . . no future plans. ACADEMIC Carol . . . never without a smile . . . pals with Pat . . . despises journalism . . . attends horse shows , . . hopes to become an airline stewardess. Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 12g Y-Teens 11, 125 Observer 125 MILES S. MESSINA COMMERCIAL Miles . . . likeable . . . talkative . . . known hy, utee haw haw" . . . connoisseur of all dishes . . . sports fan . . . appreciates other gender . . . future bluejacket. Hi-Y 11, 125 Varsity Football 12g Varsity Club 12. WILLIAM G. MILLS ACADEMIC Bill . . . congenial class executive . . . never wears dungarees . . . loves to fish . . . busy morning Times carrier . . . loathes English . . . future Ilndecicleri. Hi-Y 10, 11, 125 Hall Patrol 11. 125 Hall Patrol Court 11, 125 Student Council 10, 11, 125 Class Officer 10, 11, 12. ELIZABETH G. MOATZ COMMERCIAL Liz . . . pleasing smile . . . five ancl dime clerk . . , Wop-job fan . . . mixed chorus Warbler . . . dislikes conceited people . . . de- sires position as secretary. Mixed Chorus 125 Y-Teens 11. 125 Bookkeeping Club 125 Sav- ings Club 125 Stenography Club 12. CHARLOTTE D. MOYER ACADEMIC Charlotte . . , always smiling . . . relishes spaghetti . . . can be seen at any baseball game . . . favors journalism . . . hopes to work at Bell Telephone Co. Y-Teens 11, 125 Observer 11, 125 Quill and Scroll 125 Library Club 10. LARRY H. MULLEN ACADEMIC Larry . . . popular , . . usually chewing gum . . . regularly attends Youth Center . . . record collection rates high . . . hopes to further education at R.B.l. County Chorus 12g Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 12g Muhleteers 11, 123 Student Council 11, 12g Observer 11, 12, Typing Club 11g Savings Club 12. RODNEY A. MUTHARD ACADEMIC Mutt . . . obstreperous , . . man about town and distaff delight . . . ten o'clock scholar . . . pool shark at Ed's . . . leading patron of De-Hart's . . . future Collegian? Hi-Y 10, 11, 125 Class Play 11g Varsity Basketball Manager 10, Golf, 11, 125 Swimming 11, 125 Public Speaking Club 12g Creative Writing Club 12. NELLIE B. NOECKER COMMERCIAL Nell , . . carefree . . . shy but friendly . . . pet expression, g'Gee whiz!" . . . part-time salesgirl . . . typing enthusiast . . . future secretary. Red Cross Club 10, 115 Bookkeeping Club 1, 2g Stenog- raphy Club 12. IRWIN R. NOLL ACADEMIC Pug . . . possesses a Tony Curtis haircut . . . popular member of class . . . capable shortstop . . . dotes on schmaltz noodles . . . collegiate dresser . . . future undecided. Hi-Y 12, Varsity Basketball 12g Baseball 11, 129 Ping Pong Club 11g Varsity Club 12. LYNN F. OXENREIDER ACADEMIC Sook . . . hypercritical . . . all- round athlete . . . fond of school . . . relishes all kinds of food . . . despises fickle females . . . future college king. Band 10, 11, 123 County Cho- rus 12g Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 12: Muhleteers 11, 125 Hi-Y 10, 11. 129 Hall Patrol 11, 12g Class Officer 11g Class Play 11, 12g Varsity Basketball 10, 11, 12g Varsity Football 10, 11, 12g Base ball 10, 11, 12g Varsity Club 11 12g 'Orchestra 10, 11, 12g Muhl- tohi 12, MICHAEL A. PARZANESE ACADEMIC Mick . . . carefree individual . . . one of the '4Band1ts . . . likes ltalian food . . . is seen at the Diner . knows his "rods" . . . plans to enter the Air Force. Observer 123 JV Football 10. DONNA M. REDDY L Butch . . . cute kid . . . recognized by red hair . . . dislikes school . , . pet expression, 'SOh, nuts!" . . . enjoys Wop-jobs . . . future undecided. Y-Teens 11, 12g Savings Club 12g Bookkeeping Club 12g Stenography Club 12. GENE A. POTTS ACADEMIC Gene . . . incessant talker . , . ardent fan of Nat 4'King" Cole and Boston Red Sox . . . handles hot corner . . . relishes sea food . . . plans to enter U. S. Navy, Student Council 123 Observer 125 Class Play 11g Baseball 10, 11, 125 Ping Pong Club 10, 113 Varsity Club 12. RONALD R. REDCAY INDUSTRIAL Redcay . . . the quiet man . . . likes homework and English , . . ardent stock car' fan . . . plans to enlist in Air Force. Highway Patrol 12. COMMERCIA 5 consumes cottage cheese . . . dis- BETTY J. REED COMMERCIAL Betty . . . pleasing personality . . . all-around athlete . . . dislikes constant complainers , . . dependable baby sitter . . . possible commercial teacher. Y-Teens 11, 12g Observer 12g Red Cross Club 10, 11g Basketball 11, 12g Hockey 11, 12g Volleyball 11. 12g Stenography Club 12: Savings Club 12g Bookkeeping Club 12. LORELEI M. REED CONHVIERCIAI. Lorelei . . . Cheerful disposition . . . loyal colorguard . . . craves pizza . , . act-omplishefl seam- stress . . . Schell's employee . . . possible Bloonisburg entrant. Swimming Club 11, 12: Y-Teens 11, 12g Student Council 11g O11 server 12g Red Cross Club 10. 11g Class Play 123 Color Guard 12g Volleyball 10, 11, 12. PATRICIA L. REEDY ACADEMIC Pat . . . prominent blue eyes . . . sports fan , . . detests Italian sandwiches . , . seen with Carol . . . puts in time at 1mber's . . . future woman in white. Mixed Chorus 12g Y-Teens 11, 129 Lit. and Reading Club 12g Algebra Club 12. CHRISTINE E. REITZ Chris . . . full of merriment . . ,able . . . earns extra pennies at Carvel's . "Yes, doctor," is her future slogan. Orchestra 10, 11, 125 Band 10, 11, 12 11, 123 Traffic Court 10g Observer 11, 12g Basketball 10, 11, Hockey 10, 113 Swimming Club 10, 113 Typing Club 123 Mixed Chorus 10. 11, 12. 1 ACADEMIC editor of Observer . saxophonist . . . Horizon Club 10, 125 Class Play 11, Volleyball 10, 11: 115 Music Theory BONNIE A. RHOADS ACADEMIC Bunny . . . hairdo-a'la pony tail . . . fond of felines in the animal world . . . could manage without journalism and conceited beings , . . will teach dancing after grad- uation. Observer 12g Bookkeeping Club 123 Sav- ings Club 12. DAVID L. RICHARDS ACADEMIC Dave . . . operates Dave's Variety Store . . . ardent golf and Steve Allen fan . . . hates homework . . . likes opposite sex . , . either college man or seaman. Golf 11, 12, Varsity Club 12, Ping Pong Club 10, 11. ELIZABETH A. RINGLER COMMERCIAL Liz . . . short, brown-haired lass , . . hails from Reading High . . . craves spaghetti . . . pet expression . , . i'Oh. my heart!" . . . future medical secretary. Mixed Chorus 12g Observer 12. CAROL A. ROGERS ACADEMIC Carol . . . happy smile , . . quiet . . . faithful racing fan . . . loves pizza pie . . . doodles on piano . . . employed as candy clerk . . . future undecided, Y-Teens 11, Student Council 11g Swim- ming Club 10. DANIEL K. ROTHERMEL ACADEMIC Danny . . .silent type . . . likes all food but cheese . . . ardent trig student . . , hates people who talk too much . . . future Lafayette student. ' Orchestra 10, 11, 12g District Orchestra 10, '11, 12g County Orchestra 10, 11, 123 Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 129 District Chorus 103 Hall Patrol 11, 12g Class Play 11, 12g Varsity Football 12, JV Football 10, 115 Track 10, 11, 12g Varsity Club 12. FAY J. SANDS COMMERCIAL Fay . . . expressive brown eyes . . . good-natured . . , mischievous . . . peppy cheerleader . . . music lover . , . toils in bookkeeping . . . possible college co-ed. Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 123 Y-Teens 11. 125 Observer 125 Cheerleader 11, 12g Swimming Club 105 Stenography Club 125 Savings Club 12. SYLVIA A. SAVINI ACADEIWIC Cooky . . . petite. dark-haired chick , . . haunts roller rink . . . enjoys graphic arts . . . always saying, "Nasty break!" . . . bub- ble gum fiend . . . future R.N. Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 12g Y- Teens 11, 12g Class Play 113 Flag Twirlers 103 Typing Club 12. JOANNE F. SCHAEFFER COMMERCIAL Joanne . . . pert blue-eyed lass , . . gay personality . . . talkative . . . sincere friend . . . savors cheeseburgers . . . ardent bowler . . . future secretary, 7 U Stenograpby Club 12. Y-Teens 11, 12' Bookkeepin, Club 125 Savings Club 2 l My I I :Nflf ,W V f RONALD L. SCHAEFFER 11v11UsTR1A1. Ron . . . always joking . . . football team manager . . . cletests opera music . . , loves mashed potatoes . . . summer playground leacler . . . future-sports career. Mixed Chorus 12g Varsity Basketball 11g JV Basketball 10g Varsity Football 10, 11: Baseball 10. 11, Varsity Club 11, 12, Varsity Football fManagerl 12. ROBERT W. SCHOENEE COMMERCIAL Scoby . . . excellent barefoot water skier . . . dcvours pan- cakes . hardwood pounder . . '. hates to rise early . . . future-headed for Cypress Gar- dens. Varsity Basketball 11, 12g ,IV Basketball 10g Baseball 10, 11, 12g Varsity Club 12. STEPHEN J. SEYFERT ACADEMIC Steve . . . good-natured guy . . , loves French fries . . . hobby is being a "grease monkey" . . . likes metal shop ,. . . future-desires construction crew work. County Orchestra 10, 11, 124 Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 12g Highway Patrol 123 Orchestra 10, 11, 12. W. ROBERT SHADE ACADEMIC Robert . . , possesses red hair . . . hard hitting halfhack . . . favors English class . . . engages in bird study and photography . . . future science student. Debating 11, 123 Hi-Y 10, 11, 12g Hall Patrol 11, 125 Class Play 11, 129 Varsity Football 123 JV Football 10, 11g Golf 11, 125 Swimming Team 11, 12g Chess Club 11. 12: Ping Pong Club 10, Muhltohi 12. JOHN J. SHAW INDUSTRIAL Johnny . . , constant chatterer . . . sports a crew-cut . . . relishes spaghetti . . . always with Butch . . . loves to fish . . . future lies in the U. S, Navy. Mixed Chorus 125 Hi-Y 10, 11, 125 Track 11, 12. JAMES S. SHOEMAKER INDUSTRIAL Shoey . . . always joking . . . very generous . . . hates almost all girls . . . enjoys hunting and loves sweet potatoes . , . plans to enlist in the Air Force. Hi-Y 10, 11, 12. ROBERT A. SHoMo INDUSTRIAL Jap . . . hangs with the "Bandits" . . . often says, "What a break!" . . . likes hunting . . . detests history . , . pet peeve-teachers . . . hopes to enlist in the Air Force. Highway Patrol 11. NANCY J. SLONAKER GENERAL Nancy . . . cute and noisy , . . loves to dance . . . dislikes art class and silly boys . . . listens to music by the Four Aces . . -. future beautician. Y-Teens 11, 12, Red Cross Club 12. LINDA L. SMITH ACADEMIC Lin . , . cute green-eyed lass . . . industrious . . . very capable secretary . . . diligent chemistry worker . . . excels in sports . . . future nurse at St. Joseph. Mixed Chorus ' 10, 11, Student Council 11, 123 12, Class Play 11, 12g 11, 123 Volleyball 10, Typing Club 10. 12g Horizon Club 10, 11, 12g Red Cross Club 11, Class Officer Basketball 10, 11, 123 Hockey 10, 11, 125 Swimming Club 10, 12g RICHARD F. SPAYD ACADEMIC Dick . . , giantic tackle . . . known as Whale . . . fascinated by Cermanx . . abhors long hair . . . relishes pizza . . . will continue education at Drexel. County Chorus 12g Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 12g Muhleteers 123 Hall Patrol 11, 12g Student Council 11, 12g Muhltohi 124 Class Play 11, 123 Varsity Football 125 JV Football 11g Track 10, 11, 123 Varsity Club 11, 12. CARL J. SROKA GENERAL Carl . . , usually responds with, "Ain't that a shame!" . . . loathes office practice and silly girls . . . hep to Joni James music . . future undecided. SANDRA L. STEPHENS COMMERCIAL Sandie . . . pert brownette , . . neat dresser . . . hobby, talking . . . pet saying, "My word!" . . . flag-twirlin leader . . . has a Fritz in her future. Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 125 Muhlaires 124 Y-Teens 11, 12g Projectionist Club 10g Highway Patrol 10g Observer 12g Library Club 105 Class Play 11, 129 ,Flag Twirlers 10, 11, 12. n E BETTY M. STOUDT ACADEMIC Betty Mae . , . cute . . . curly "steel wool" hair . . . victim of frequent silly spells . . . relishes "hot" pizza pies . . . future elementary teacher. Horizon Club 10, 11, 129 Observer 11, 129 Basketball 10, 11, 129 Hockey 10, 11, 129 Volleyball 10, 11, 123 Swimming Club 10, 11, 129 Typing Club 10, 119 Music Theory 119 FTA 119 Creative Writing 12. DONALD W. SWOYER ACADEMIC Donnie . . . silent type . . . enjoys Spanish . . . despises literature, especially Shakespeare . . . in- tends to further education in business field. PHYLL1s E. THOMAS ACADEMIC Phyl . . . personality kid . . . athletic type . . . dotes on ice cream , . . digs jazz . . . loathes sophisticated students . . . constant giggler . . . future nurse. Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 12, Horizon Club 10, 11, 129 Student Council 109 Observer 11, 192g Basketball 10, 11, 129 Hockey 10, 11, 129 Swimming Club 10, 11, 129 Typing Club 119 FTA 119 Music Theory 119 Creative Writing 12. RONALD J. ULRICH INDUSTRIAL Hick . . . makes friends easily . . . lives on steak sand- wiches . . . enjoys metal shop . . , plays the traps . . hopes to major in music at West Chester. Band 10, 11, 12g County Band 124 Orchestra 125 Track 10g Cross Country 10. GEORGETTA VANDEVER COMMERCIAL George . . . agreeable person . . . always on the quiet side . . . joined our class in eleventh grade , . . dislikes homework . . . future is undecided. Bookkeeping Club 12. CARL Q. WAGNER, J R. INDUSTRIAL Butch . . . big blond . . . dotes on veal cutlet . . . girl l collector . . , algebra enthusiast . . . abhors art . . . part time salesman . . . probable policeman. Hi-Y 10, 11, 12g Hall Patrol 11, 12g IV Football fMan- agerl 11. ROBERT E. WAGNER ACADEMIC Bob . . . likeable disposition . . . favorite hobby-hunting and fishing . . . likes plenty of cherry pie , . . enjoys woodshopy . . . hopes to enter W.P.l. Algebra Club l2. SHIRLEY R. WECH ACADEMIC Shirley . . . lives in a trailer . , . hails from the Castle on the Hill . . . main meal is potato chips . . . never home . . . loathes P.O.D .... future nurse. Y-Teens 12g Observer 12g Chess Club 129 Red Cross Club 12. LE VERNE G. WEIDNER INDUSTRIAL Jake . . . quiet and unassuming . . . class misogynist . . . industrious saw mill employee . . . consumes pork chops , . . hunter . . . plans to work with father. NEIL O. WERNER ANNA L. WILLIAMS ACADEMIC Becky . . . studious . . . willing to help others , . . raises tropical fish . . . an ardent lover of sports . . . aspires to enter the nursing profession. Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 125 Debating 10, 11, 125 Horizon Club 10, 11, 125 Photography Club 11, 125 Highway Patrol 10, 11, Court 115 Muhltohi 125 Library Club 105 Class Play 11, 125 Color Guardg Gym Club 10, 115 Basketball 10, 11, 125 Hockey 10, 11, 125 Volleyball 10, 11, 25 Swim- ming Club 10, 11, 125 Typing Club 105 Creative Writing Club 125 Public Speaking Club 12. ACADEMIC Neil . . . amiable, light-haired lad . . . famous proboscis . . . animated bass player . . . avid sports enthusiast and girl-chaser . . , future collegian. District Orchestra 10, 11, 125 Orchestra 10, 11, 125 County Orchestra 10, 11, 125 Band 10, 11, 125 District Band 105 County Band 10, 11, 12g Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 125 Hi-Y 10, 11, 125 Dramatic Club 125 Varsity Club 11, 125 Class Play 11, 125 Varsity Football 11, 125 JV Football 105 Track 11, 125 Basketball Scorekeeper 10, 11, 125 Muhltohi 12. SHIRLEY M. WENTZEL COMMERCIAL Freddie . . . brown eyes . . . sunny personality . . . pet ex- pression, "Oh, My!" . . . seen with Lila . . . supported hockey team . . . future-third finger, left hand. Red Cross Club 125 Basketball 125 Hockey 125 Volleyball 12. LILA E. WILLIAMS COMMERCIAL Lila . . , always smiling . . . loves chestnuts . . . on hockey squad . . . pals with Shirley . . . admires opposite sex . . . hopes to join a branch of armed services. Red Cross Club 12g Hockey 12g Volleyball 12g Basket- ball 12. J OHN L. WILY ACADEMIC Jack . . . jovial . . . sharp dress- er . . . partial to industrial sub- jects . . . prefers working on cars to homework . . . man of many moods . . . W.P.l. hopeful. Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 12g Band 10, 11, 129 Hall Patrol 11, 12g Algebra Club 12g County Chorus 12. f ? NANCY L. WITMYER COMMERCIAL Nan . . . pleasant Miss . . . craves turkey . . . accomplished skater . . . enjoys "dawn patrol" . . . loathes tests . , . plans to get her M.R.S. degree. Mixed Chorus 10, 125 Observer 12g Volleyball 11g Muhl- tohi 12. LARRY P. WIXON ACADEMIC Larry . . . modest . , . unassuming . . . confirmed nimrod and swimmer . . . dotes on trig . . . immune to chemistry . . . pursues strange females . . . no future plans, GERALD E. YEAGER MERRILL L. WIXON GENERAL Merrill . . . admires opposite sex . . . flat top hair-cut . . . dislikes early morning rises . , . enjoys gym . . . will attend col- lege to he an accountant. Hi-Y 129 Hall Patrol 11. 12g Observer 12. COMMERCIAL Jerry . . . snappy dresser . . . partial to seafood . . . iden- tified by crewcut . . . evening rendezvous in Hyde Villa . . , future employee of Firestone. Mixed Chorus 103 Highway Patrol 115 Student Council 10g Observer 12. MARILYN A. YERGER COMMERCIAL Lyn . . . sophisticated blonde . . , Sandie's constant com' panion . . . shorthand standout . . . future dancing teacher or private secretary. Projectionist Club 10g Observer 12g Library Club 105 Class Play 12, LAWRENCE W. ZERBE INDUSTRIAL Pudge . . . always saying, "I bet!" . , . hates school . . . field and stream follower . . . chief interest, eating . . . dislikes P.O.D .... future hardware salesman. Swimming Club 11, 12. ROBERT J. ZIEGLER INDUSTRIAL Zig . . . man of few words . . . fancier of Italian food . . fascinated by girls . . . determined student of English . . plans to enlist in Armed Forces. Schwamhach. Jr. 29443 7m Of all the nights to forget my chains! Cast of Too .Vluch Mistletoe- M iss O. Tennant, Director Caspita! If you ffotta Ulow The Varsity Drag of 195 BC you gotta glow' Sistine Madonna "Unto you Cast of 8th grade varlety show Cast of Mixed Uates4Mr. Jason White, Director Golf anyone! Tom and Huck Sign in Blood. Animal, vegetable or mineral. Takes Two to Bragging or Complaining? Fad nf Tnm Qnurvvr Tango! Please do not feed the animal. 1 Peek-a-Boo Love me or leave me I want a 1rl 'LBeelzebub" Awards, Captams and Coach "And the walls came tumbling down" J M The Kmg and Queen The Sound Men Becoming Engaged The Soph Hop of 1954 lbelowl Sawing Logs in Study Hall 5 IT' Un def s W Sgfsiavdwu QD X 2 x f J' 4 ' 1' Er'-5 If 1 1' .I Q- V I c' ' ' W vi an ,A First row, left to right: P. Rothen ber ger, E. Ziegler, F.. Rothenberger, J Schmehl, L. Poccia, D. Heiter, J. Helms. Second row: D. Shutter, E. Katzenmoyer, M. Fish, B. Smith, C. Fink, N. Angstadt, J. Kauffman, K. Cochran. Third row: R. Bennett, L. Fetter, R. Baeighkley, R. Kline D Clemens, R. Manwiller, D. Rittenhouse, C. Tobias, B. Grim, W. Herhine. First row' M Richwine P Ka . . , . lbach, P. Wolf, G. Hettinger, C. Snyder, J. Brown, D. Fromm, R. Heimbach. Sec- ond row: P. Dockey, D. Kennedy, M Heffner, B. Royal, C. Shaw, W. Lind: erman, G. Ziegler Third row' D Ra . . . pp, T. Miller, R. Yeager, E. Feltenberger, J. Richards, P. Sfameni, S. Messina, J. Schwambach. First row, left to right: N. Jones, J. Wertz, S. J. Ruloff, J. Snyder, J. Sei- fert, D. Kring, M. Hill, M. Brown. Second row: I. Moore, B. Himmelber- ger, S. Heffner, R. Reitnauer, S. Cur- ran, B. Crouch, A. Dutt, L. Brendlin- ger, D. Dutt. Third row: D. Rauber C Eben, M. Edwards, L. Hart, B. Hague, R. Delp. gfeueafd First row, left to right: D. Manzella, P. Howells, B. Hardinger, N. Strausser, D. Sweigert, S. Manwiller, A. Geiger. Second row: G. Stettenbauer, D. Regar, L. Spatz, J. Wertz, B. Warmkessel, D. Seidel, J. Ruppert, J. Lohman. Third row: G. Simons, G. Stoner, D. Adams, L. Grim, D. Milkins, H. Hunsicker, D. Fredriksen. First row, left to right: E. DeSantis, S. Delp, A. Dellicker, C. Schlottman, R. Seaman, D. Hoover, J. Harris. Second row: R. Heist, R. Wary, S. Dengler, P. Dufft, D. Moyer, E. Rana- gan, J. Godshall. Third row: D. Hart- berger, D. Seifrit, L. Coco, D. Behren- hauser, L. Thompson, R. Winter, H. Althouse. First row, left to right: S. Mearig, M. Hivner, B. Hoover, B. Volker, J. Harris, B. Hamaker, E. Sander. Second row: K. Johnson, J. Bensing, J. Mench, S Paradee, M. Hoffmann, R. Hain, J Griesemer, A. Kramer, R. Pelhrnan Third row: T. Bitner, W. Hague, E. L Campbell, W. Guldin, T. Chatigny, B Koch, B. Magee, R. Hertzog. 7eva,'4fz4de First row, left to right: J. Schoffstall J. Weidner, M. Kline, N. Schlegel, M Adams. Second row: R. Gardner, J Kennedy, J. Stettner, M. Griesemer, J Zarychta. Third row: D. Till, E. Straus- ser, G. Miller, W. Criesemer, T. Teren- chin, C. Volker, D. Blair, J. Sheehan B. Helbert. First row, left to right: B. Cries, C. Ketner, B. Klapp, L. Shoemaker, P. Hower, E. Bunnell. Second row: A. Crouch, J. Strickland, N. Hill, M. Schell, S. Dietrich. Third row: G. Wit- man, J. Michalski, J. Tarrach, J. Nevin, M. Huey, E. Wehry, H. Genslinger. First row, left to right: J. Bernstel, B. Ernst, C. Shoff, M. Hartman, P. Zerr. Second row L Oswald L : . , . Buck, D. Reed, J. Vogel, J. B. Aiman. Third row: R. Lascomb, L. Potteiger, K. Large, M. Rhoads, B. Hinkle. 7 7eaZ4 guide First row, left to right: L. Kloer, M. Amendola, M. Kline, G. Adams, K. Kunkel. Second row: R. Oxenreider, L. Sell, P. Spatz, J. Whitehead, D. Weid- ner. Third row: J. Schlott, B. Johnson, R. Brown, D. Heffner, D. Dilliplane, S. Harper, R. Stull. First row, left to right: K. Germaine, D Heiter J Docke R Pidcock J . , . y, . , . Symons. Second row: J. Brown, N. Gessner, M. Schmehl, P. Miller, N. Ulmer. Third row: S. Manmiller, W. Flatt, N. Dreibelbis, G. Rogers, D. Zurr, T. Guldin, J. Savini, D. Weinerth. First row, left to right: B. Brown, N Sell, C. Haddock, G. Reichart, J Simpson. Second row: .l. Reiser, B McGowan, S. Adam, D. Kline, V. Et zel. Third row: M. Raab, H. Schwenk A. Gottfried, D. Ketterer, D. Hassler R. Graffius. vzmegwfe First row, left to right: C. Rapp, D Cunnius, D. Cummings, B. Canto, B Wirth, K. Wily. Second row: L. Martz M. Mervine, L. Hummel, M. Tobias J. Purdon, G. Reed. Third row: S Walschburger, V. Valeriano, J. Bis- canti, D. Henry, C. Biscanti, A. Forlini R. Becker. First row, left to right: B. Bachman, J. Eckert, J. Rowley, N. Stettner, J. Harris, G. Moyer, J. Bridegam, M. Cal- vin, J. Hagenman. Second row: R. Kutz, G. Fredriksen, D. Miller, D. Har- trandt, G. Stuart, C. Kochan. Third row: G. Bentz, L. Blatt, R. Steely, J. Ohnmacht, N. Thomas. First row, left to right: F.. Kern, G. Wahl, M. Kline, P. Hunsberger, N. Kraatz, S. DeLong, R. Dreibelbis. Sec- ond row: R. Venkler, J. Richards, R. Lesher, R. Fry, J. Strunk, M. Rothen- berger, C. Reber, W. Ritzman, J. Kurtz. Third row: P. Sheidy, W. Trout, D. Stein, J. Scaltz, K. Sassaman. 7 w left to ri ht' J Troutman First ro , g . . , N. Wentzel, L. Wolf, P. Bernhardt, D. Boyer, S. Jackson, T. Moatz, N. Evan- covich. Second row: A. Powell, T. Har- ner, K. Schaefer, R. Drobnick, F. Oxen- reider, R. Morganti. Third row: R. Penn, L. Kirk, C. Shaw, R. Richards, T. Connolly. First row, left to right: P. Hill, L. Hin- kle J. Strunk, B. Steininger, J. Henry, 5 ann S Noll Second row' W N. M , . . . . Iorena, M. Renzo, A. Fogelrnan, B. Bare, J. Anderson, P. Coller, M. Brown R. Hoover. Third row: J. White, G Kline, B. Lewis, E. Snyder, B. Bal thaser. First row, left to right: M. Stoudt, D Ruggieri, M. Reed, M. Rowe, B. Smith .l. Wrentzel, N. Horst. Second row S. Schmeck, R. Pavlo, C. Waldman, I Yoh, E. Stride, G. Hepner, J. Gaul Third row: C. Weber, B. Jones, D. Loh man, D. Herbein, L. Newpher. 7242422 First row, left to right: F. Blandford Y. Davidson, J. Telliho, P. Michalski P. Wegman, J. Sensenig. Second row G. Smith, J. Huie, B. Weidenhamer R. Di-Guardi, F. Blatt, E. Holland Third row' E Sherman R Reiber . , , . , L Reber, D. Schaefer, S. Brown, L. Kel chner, B. Weller. First row left to right H Rotherm , : . el S. Rollman, M. Dreibelbis, B. Schmehl M. Brown, G. Ream. Second row: R Freese, J. Heckman, P. Leinbach, J Simons, M. Rossi, J. Miller, R. Smith Third row: W. Bennett, J. Cote, L Wielkopolski, W. Schaefer, D. Arnold First row, left to right: J. Kessler, J. Codshall, J. Ermold, G. Speck, S. Hil ler, J. Fry. Second row: M. Dietrich, J. Huey. Third row: M. Ryan, S. Weid- enhammer, R. Bowers, J. Brown, D. Heffner, F. Davis. saw' mQza .- First row, left to right: E. Buckman, B. Barnhart, M. DeAngelo, L. DiGuardi, B. Burkhart, S. Hinkel. Second row: D. Bortz, D. Brown, S. Broomhall, C Althouse, K. Allen, S. Angstadt, D. Bal- thaser, J. Anthon. Third row: B Brown, D. Behm, E. Brown, J. Abramo- witch, D. Fick, R. Brossman, D. Ely l. Rothenberger, W. Adams, Z. Grej gonis, B. Focht, J. Griesemer. First row, left to right: A. Eifert, B Frey, M. Dufft, P. Ebersole, J. Frank P. Williams. Second row: R. Conrad N. Garner, S. Englehart, L. F inerfrock l. Endy, A. Fioravanti, D. Fies, C Coco, B. Arndt. Third row: S. Schaefer J. Davis, W. Field, B. Endy, F.. Burkey R. Germaine, A. Edwards, L. Poccia G. Delp, E. Deisher, D. Gardner. First row, left to right: J. Snyder, A. Hagenman, M. Hackerty, J. Gartman, M. Helms. ' Second row: J. Goss, E. Ficker, B. Cregar, V. Greer, B. Kachel, S. Hoffmaster, M. Hill, M. Heitzeneater, M. Manthos. Third row: L. Heller, J. Flynn, R. Gormley, R. Feltenberger, R. Gehrke, G. Hain, A. Herald, R. Guildin. sam Qmde First row, left to right: J. Kissinger D. Kunsman, J. Kieffer, M. Hinnershitz S. Miller. Second row: D. Katzenmoyer H. Lessig, B. Mattson, N. Mattson, C Kutz, B. Johnson, R. Kline, H. Jackson Third row: G. Frank, S. Hoffer, M Hiller, M. Hummel, M. Neere, D. Hoag land, J. Harrison, W. Henne, J. 'Her hine, B. Huey. First row, left to right: S. Seidel, D Coller, J. Kutzamanis, J. Kenny, M Leardi. Second row: T. Shauh, C. Mil- ler, M. Reinhart, M. Ludwig, J. Koller R. Marberger, L. Shomo. Third row H. Sharp, R. Keller, W. Baker, J Klemmer, R. Hinsey, D. Kegerise, K Kalbach, A. Knepp, F. Kerns, D. Lienti R. Schell. First row, left to right: P. Ney, C. Sensenig, S. Ohnmacht, B. Nye, C. Scarince. Second row: W. Rothermel, D. Hassler, C. Reichart, J. Sanders, J. Sanders, K. Rentschler, D. Rohrhacher, B. Miller. Third row: J. Rauerzahn, A. Miller, A. Prydybasz, D. Rahn, R. Lloyd, J. McKeone, C. Manmiller, l. Lutz, R. Miller, B. Reist. 7 Seydrdymde First row, left to right: S. Sell, B. Prutzman, C. Sfameni, L. Rossiter, J. Terenchin. Second row: W. Speck, J. Rohrbach, D. Wagner, D. Stewart, D. Swoyer, P. lgo, B. Steinle. Third row: H. Smith, K. Reitz, A. Strause, L. Shiery, D. Freeman, G. Trumbore, W. Stewart, W. Strausser, C. Steck, R. Schmander, D. Trout. First row, left to right: A. Schliclcer, J. Ream, C. Weidner, S. Wertz, P. Warmkessel, S. Trout. Second row: W. Weber, D. Williams, P. Wollyoung, C. Whitehead, D. Wary, C. Whitehead, D. Wary, R. Wagonseller, M. Ruloff. Third row: G. Zieber, D5 Simpson, R. Snyder, P. Bare, D. Ulle, W. Wessner, H. Wol- finger, Jr., J. Weidenhammer, B. Went- zel, R. Uffman, D. Walton. First row, left to right: J. Stetzler, A. Weber, T. Steininger, L. Rothenberger, J. Spatz, F. Werner, L. Engle, P. Oudinot. Seward First row, left to right: M. Fick, D Guldin, C. Gilfert, S. Knoll, B. Horst B. Holl. Second row: S. Hoffman, J Hartberger, A. Krahack, M. Hoagland C. Hoster, L. Keller. Third row: J Koch, B. Kauffman, M. Katzenmoyer R. Koble, J. Kircher, R. Hepner, L Kauffman, D. Uffman. Fourth row: B Kauffman, R. Hummel, J. Keim, L Huey. First row, left to right: J. Krick, J. Leinback, S. LaBrecque, E. Mohn, L. Kutz, M. Mertz, M. Miseyko. Second row: J. Miller, S. Kelchner, M. Miller, J. Jorena, M. Mengel, N. MacLatchie. Third row: R. Mann, R. Ney, C. Nevin W. Martz, F. Miller, R. Kohl, N. Mac- Donough, A. Iezzi, F. Lutz. 7 First row, left to right: N. Morganti, J. Piotrowski, L. Potteiger, M. Ogrinc, S. Palmer, B. Musket. Second row: J. Prodromos, D. Petree, B. Nuss, C. Packer, P. 0'Flakerty, C. Pohl. Third row: C. Reppert, W. Nagle, W. Pid- cock, G. Reinert, D. Pritchard, E. Plank, G. Richards, R. Pappadokes, W. Noll. Fourth row: J. Phillips, M. Rein- inger, L. Reber. 7 7 Sweat! First row, left to right: S. Becker, C. Bittle, C. Bear, L. Arnold. Second row: P. Bortz, S. Althouse, J. Bordner, R. Bridegam, S. Barr, C. Cleaver. Third row: L. Harner, J. Dalton, W. Daly, E. Batz, R. Adler, W. Britigan, G. R. Adam, R. Conte. First row, left lo right: G. Ely, D. Dietrich, B. Clouser, B. Ermold, R. Copelin, N. Evans. Second row: K. Fal- ler, L. Cox, C. Daniels, P. Dombrowski, P, Eyrich, J. Eckert. Third row: R. Dutt, T. Curtis, R. Deisher, F. Dockey, J. Davis, L. Delp, L. Fick, C. Delp, T. F alkiewicz. First row, left to right: C. HarIiS, J- Guldin, L. Fetter, S. Harper, J. FOX, C. Gable, C. Ford. Second row: F. Haeseler, J. Hoffmaster, J- Herb, J- Greth, C. Filman, M. Gartman. Third row: F. Cernobyl, C. Delp, D. Gfllig, B. Bates, T. Freyberger, D. Himmel- berger, J. Clase, R. Greenawalt. 5eueaZ4?mde First row, left to right: S. Sabatino, C Rothermel, N. Rothenberger, J. Rumer L. Schaeffer. Second row: L. Schearer B. L. Seidel, M. Roland, P. Ritz, C. L Schaefer J Rin ler Third row T , . g . : . Rowley, D. Wagner, J. Schrum, T. Sas- saman, T. Rissmiller, G. Saltzman J Seifert, P. Schlegel. Fourth rowza S: Seisler, J. Seibert, A. Rothermel. First row, left to right: K. Thornburg, M. Seidel, C. Hunsberger, D. Spatz, D. Smith. Second row: C. Stephens, R. Shaver, S. Spohn, A. Kunkel, D. Smith, C. Strunk. Third row: J. Spancake, L. Dunkel, J. Snyder, R. Schoning, T. Summons, T. Snyder, D. Senft, W. Sandel. Fourth row: D. Stein, S. Trout, C. Young, R. Snyder. First row, left to right: J. Trout, K Yeager, P. Sherman, E. Wolfinger, H Wagner, C. Weidner. Second row: M Wixon, J. Witmer, C. Wertz, I. Wessner, J. Weyandt, S. Tobias. Third row: C. Trievel, T. Yentsch, J. Troutman, D. Wegman, S. Werner, B. Weisser, L. Weidner, C. Weber. 7 Q qv vii Kanada . .2'A '2Z'A.'A 2 , : AA f":: Q ,X ...,. ,,,.' A ' ' xv Q 'G f N fi 1 till .p X. ri' 1 rg-g MR- WHITE MR. BROKENSHIRE Football, Baseball MR BUCKWORTH Track gl lm? :bil aa? Q l FF ziwlflg 'Y Q, la ,wx u Golf, Cross Country Glrls Sports MISS HODGKINS 0 MR DELP Football Basketball Baseball A ..A,. f-1. nf W ,z:' - -,1fWf"2W -if , W f ' i : all -,,,. " I ' -sis! ff" ' 'iff l I ' A . . Baseball 1 ' 'zallfiill Basketball Basketball Asst. Track M BEZEL ' Athleuc Du-ecmr ,gg i'A,, , . A ..,.. ,, ..,,. 1 -.. 2 ,, . ,., , 551, :fj'.'-.. f' f' ffm." " . :V EE'.5:l"' 5' Q" x" Z FU 55 . F1 II-4 2 rn 'FU D-1 . Z , P5 an f-3 L' '-I ,-3 , z K D' Pi '-I P1 'FU fl ""'T"",f Tenni s Football, Swimming D. Koch, M. Hill, P. Kalbach, E, Bunnell, E. Ziegler, C. Ketner Our Yell Queen Dnane N. Beat Boyertown' 4-l li This is a holdup! 'Yea, team ! " 1 l Our Mighty Mite-Faye. F. Sands, P. Hower, J. Wertz, S. J. Ruloff, E. Sander, P. Wolf. Fight team, fight ! " First row, left to right: Coach White, Helhert, Stull, Cochran, Noble, Shade Gable Fetter Rothermel, Endy, Spayd, Oxenreider, Bates, Werner, Landis, M. Messina, Cote Huey Weber Penn, Henry, Coach Strittmatter. Second row: Mr. Clemens, Coach Winters Godshall S Messina, Jones, Adanis, Fogelman, Large, Thompson, Pehhnan, DeBooth, Schwamhach Clemen Yeager, Potteiger, Bennett, Schaefer, Kirk, Davis, Mr. Owens, Coach Del P Cheers for the cheerful! SCHEDULE Sept. 9-Neshaminy .,,.,....., Sept. 15-Emmaus ..,,, Sept. 24-Coe. Union Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Nov. Nov. 1 8 15 -Hellertown ...,. ,,.,,,, -Middletown -Gov. Mifflin 21-Sch. Haven 29- ' 5- Colllngdale ,.,,, ,,--,,, Boyertown .,... ,..,,. 12- ' Wilson ........ Home Home Home Home Home Home Away Away Home Away fliightl Up-Up . . . and Away fBe1ow'J The Muhls' powerful offense on the move Whafs this? . . . Another mob scene from Quo Vadis? Fmger tip Control Mum vows' What happened? "Wwav ' u I IS IU bound Hopping Helb ,----...,- On your mark, Get set, Co! Hey, Let Go! First row, left to right: Weber, Bennett, Cote, Jones, Balthaser, Davis, Henry, Coller, Penn, Shaeffer, Kirk. Second row: Hain, Feltenberger, Hoagland, Balthaser, Edwards, Shaub, Wol- ' ' ' ' D lt Weidner finger, Snyder, Gregonls, Huey, Speck. Third row. Coach Wmters, Conte, a on, Himmelberger, Bates, Schmauder, Young, Troutman, Yensch, Weber, Greenawalt. Fourth row: D d' M r anti Becker Venkler Rextz, Kegerlse, Martz White, Manager, Connelly, Focht, iguar 1, o g , , , Schlegal, Purdon, Stewart, Steck. 1 Heads I win, tails you lose. Heads, we lost. Sal poised to derail Redskins. Katy bar the door. Kneeling, left to right: R. Heist, S. Messina, S. DeBooth, B. Gable, I. Noll R. S h , c oener. Standing. J. White, W. Herbme, R. Albright, J. Schwamhach, R. Pehlman, L. Oxenreider, L Thompson, R. Behrenhau C Exeter .,,,, Oley ,...,,,.,. Emmaus ....... Boyertown ..,..,. Oley ..........,..,.,. Gov. Mifflin Kutztown ....,. Fleetwood ..,... Mt. Penn ..,.,,,. Fleetwood -. .... sen, oach Matz, J. I .,,-,--,.Home .-.t..-,,Home ..,..,-..Away --.-.,,-,Home W,-,,,tAway ..,,..,..Away ---t,....Home ---,,...Home -,-.--,.Away --,--.,.Away Kaecher. West Reading Wllson .. ..........,,. . Wyomissing ....,.. Hamburg ...., Boyertown Kutztown ...,..,. Gov. Mifflin Mt. Penn ..... Birdsboro ..... ..-,-,-Away -,--,,,Home ,.--...Away .-...-,Home .---...Away -,-...Away ...,..Home ---.--Home .,-.,.Away "Scratch up one for Curly! 5 U K 4' J: a '11 4 Right: "Schwam forgot his Mum" gg.: U Y jj' N Qfij-,Q wi ,"'!?:u,,gg.Q1.u.W4x,, A A IW--f f ,-fi' "1 Ii' :fi ffj A' I - .m.., NH. N ji E' i J 11 ' 5 E, 'E' -N 351- - LA., f,7i.1Ju 1, f "Tap it in, Jeb" Follow the: Leader ZQ V sd' 'L 5 2 W Mi? i ""-'iafgaa 1" ,. f " First row, left to right: Hoffmaster, Phillips, Snyder, Kurtz, Reitz, Davis, Ney, Shomo, Oudinot, Knepp, Kigerise, Herbein, Schaub. Troutman, Schlegel. Second row: Katzenmoyer. Manager, Venkler, Adams, Biscanti, Brown, Schmauder, Abramowitch, Mr. Fetterman, Coach, Trout, Steck, Hoaghan, DiCuardi, Fick, Huey, Stein, Weller. . Q. . i A "Gunner" lt's good my trunks are sanforized 1956 BASEBALL SCHEDULE Muhlenberg Township High School Date April April April April April 'April 'April 'April 'April 'April "April 'April 'May 'May 'May April Opponent- 2 Schuylkill Valley 3 Kutztown 4- Birdsboro 5 Hamburg 6 Kutztown 9 Exeter 12 Governor Mifflin 16 Mount Penn 19 Wilson 23 Boyertown 26 Exeter 30 Governor Mifflin 3 Mount Penn 7 Wilson 10 Boyertown 14 Reading 'League Games Place Home Away Home Home Home Home Away Away Home Away Away Home Home Away Home Away First row, left to right: G. Potts, L. Oxenreider, L. Clemens fcoachl, l. Noll, R. Schoener. Second row: W. Heckman, R. Delp, R. Heist, P. Hess, J. Tarrach. Third row: J. Aiman, R. Oxenreider, S. Manmill R. Stull, B. Hinkle, D. Blair, A. Fogelman. Fourth row: G. Zeigler, M. Huey, D. Dilliplane, F. Davis. Fifth rew: Biscanti, J. Brown. D. Delp lcoachl, B. Bates, D. Clemens, R. Manwiller, er, L. Potteiger, B. Helbert, Gottfried, R. Brown, Wary, Ummm boy, what legs! l 4 Hels only a bird in a gilded cage The man with the "Golden Head" ,:'-'f:i2i'33!ELa33IE,5'CLv fx? Q A WMM 1261135 Sc00p's super-duper scoopers , .N Q 1 E ziilwff ,.., First row, left to right: D. Hassler, P. Brown, N. Dreibelbis, Mr. Brokenshite. Second row: S Brown, G. Rogers, R. Griesemer, D. Weinerth. They're off and running I Over the hill and through the woods! Don't forget your compasses! BARRY GABLE S 7 X S QV f ls ffmx AE uv f iff' RICHARD SPAYD Asst. Track Coach MR. KEN MATZ, NEIL WERNER DANIEL ROTHERMEL Coach MR. CHARLES BUCKWORTH SALVADORE MESSINA fit? X2 Q 71464 ROBERT GRIESEMER RUSSELL FETTER Jr. Hi Cindermen BARRY LANDIS Left to right: D. Riehards, R. Shade, J. Wertz, M. Kline, J. Brokenshire V Up! Up! and away! What a racket! '-. Ccoachl, J. Wertz, B. McGowan, D. Seyfert. Q . . ,,,, . . ., ' I Look! It's Left to right: D. Behrenhausen, D. Regar, E. Reiner! fcoachl, J. Purdon J. Bensing, W. Herbein. I Go! Co! Col l 1 A STRETCH . F' left to right: B. Brown, M. bcneu, L. .nun-,-ii, U. ..,,,., ,.. N., , ' ' ' ' R .l irst row, P Th as L Smith A W1ll1amS Second row. C. app, . Dreihelbis, S. Wentzel, C. Kenney, . om , . , . . Simons, N. Stettner, J. Adams, M. Adams, K. Germaine, D. Reed, M. Griesemer, L. Buck, N Ulmer, J. Dockey, A. Holland-Moritz. Third row: P. Howells, L. Williams, M. Rothenberger W -. ..., , 1 1 wwf M n..,.:1...n.:Q R McGowan. P. Leimhach, P. Michalski. Our buck Lmcxs - W I i V ght D. Boyer, D. Ruggieri, J. Gartman, M. Stouclt, J. Spalz. First row, left to , . , . , . , fcoachl, M. Schell, B. Reed, A. Holland-Moritz A Williams Second row' L B k .I S , . . . . uc , . tettner, C. Ketner, V. Etzel, J. Vogel, M. Hoffman, N. Stettner, P. Michalski, P. Dockey, B. McGowan, N. Ulmer. Third row: N. Schlegel, M. Dreibelbis, ,l. Simons, C. Rapp, S. Dietrich, J. Schoffstall, D. Reed. M. Amendola, L. Sell, N. Sell. Fourth row: B. Brown, J. Simpson, K. Germaine, M. Adams, M. Kline, B. Dreibelbis, P. Leinbach, B. Wirth. W eam right: K. Bailey, J. Adams B Stoudt L Smith P Thomas Miss Hodgkins Junior High School girl's basketball team coached by Mrs. Emma Epler Clockwisez C. Kenney, A. Holland-Moritz, A. Williams, B. Reed, P. Thomas, L. Smith, B. Stounlt, S. Wentzel. Pattie Cake Who stole the checkers? We don't know either. 5. Certainly Bang! - ' mx U QA? lk., "' Q, ' ' i X '-P e Y 1 ww I 1 R h' I2 1 ' W S f W X , 7 Q A xv Does it work? The stork's view We 909 Howl distill our own! , -'mmm NYaaa! Eh ge"1c'i1Y 1' 1181160 Ifoh Lack ,img Tom 9 for tea ' AnY0ne W '6 vake Q9 A01 The villai Il foiled I 0 i I A M .Q ix, fd .. , 1-J ,U :iii K - Y' 121' ,91 83332 'fuk vs Z1 5 4 3 .V 1 2 .,,, 1. Q. '1 it 2 5 Y ,v ' g g 3 fig? gy 0 1 g Q as ff Sf A . 425-2 wg. A Lf 7 , ,, fr? , 35, Q ti. i f 55-Sak 5 Gif 0 J Activities The Big Lineup I Marilyn Yerger Barbara Britigan, Lynn Oxenreider, Sylvia Nagle, Joy Detweiler fewce 55 The Roaring Twenties come to life at M.T.H.S. ki ii,- Zueealchdamadqfmgoad CUpper leftj Go, go, Daddy-o! fCenterJ Eyes Right! fCirc1eJ Poise and Curls cuukva emkv-a77wmaf55 'lf iLeftl The Night, the Music, and You fLower leftl Umbrella but no surf fBe1owJ Squares of the Round Table ?9!m4,,Qw6auzwZ.641eymaw 7474544006 X Ground Breaking Ceremony r f wk Y' nab - M4 . .gi-fi kgx-v-JX 1 I- Om :mica Three Star Performances Featuring The White Lawn The Devil and Miss Appleby The Mystery of Mouldy Manor March 18 and 19 1955 About to nick-Nick 1 I, , , Break Time! Rear Window Victory for Muhlenberg High! Neil shows Joy Heaven Peanut finds a snake in the grass! Smith tells a funny joke! cffa5eawfa 'Wtad 3 " Mrs. Simpkins Lizzie ....... . ..,....A,,,,, Miss Brown ...... Miss Smith .... Miss Green ..,.. , Mrs. Hill ,.,..., Mr. Hill ........ Mr. Roberts ....... Mr. J ones ...... Mr. Long ........ Director .. Thls is a breakfast? CAST CAROLE KENNEY LINDA SMITH CHRISTINE REITZ SHARON GUNDRY SANDRA STEPHENS ANNA WILLIAMS BARRY BATES BARRY FRANK LYNN OXENREIDER ROBERT SHADE GLENN H. WOODS IX and 19, 1955 g 4 I b Bob Say cheese! sw. L 5 if ff' K fm -D" ' , if f "W 12' -M - QQ mg: 'a Q K 305. A 122 ' ' ' flffb w?"fQf3' IR miami! jigs: 26 Q1 CAST Beverly Sutton ...,.A,.....,...,, JOY DETWEILER Mrs. Putnam ......,...., JEANETTE LOSONCY George Foster ..,......... ROBERT GRIESMER Dzrector .....,.......... ..,... C LENN H. WOODS M7012 ,453 Ztezazclqn Bob Joy Did I ever tell you the story? iwiaso QQ , ,-v .. I ,, gA???r5 TV Neil th Bookie caught in the act. ' If If CAST Mrs. Stevenson ............ ANITA HOLLAND-MORITZ ' LORELEI REED First Operator . ..,......................,, .. First Man ...............,,.........,.,.,. DANIEL ROTHERMEL Second man IGeorgeJ .......,,....... RICHARD SPAYD Chief Operator ..............,.. ......,,,..,.,. J OYCE EVANS Second Operator ,. .,tt... KATHLEEN BAILEY Third Operator ..... ....,., F RANCES HAISCH Fourth Operator ,...... CHRISTINE REITZ Fifth Operator ......,...,.., ,.,......,,, L INDA SMITH Information ,.......,,................,..,...... ANNA WILLIAMS Hospital Receptionist .,,,......,I ELAINE ANCSTADT Western Union ........,,,,.,,,,,,. ROBERT GRIESEMER Sergeant Duff ..........,,.,,.s,...,....,,,,.,.,., NEIL WERNER Lunch Room Counter Attendant ..,, WILLIAM MILLS Director ........,,,,.......,....,,,,,,,,.,,I,,,. GLENN H. WOODS Cast Relaxes Amta Holland-Morntz I EASTERN DISTRICT BAND- N. Werner, D. Kline, C. Carbon missing ffom the Picture- DISTRICT CHORUS-seated: S. Paradee D Kline Standing: J. Lohman, M. Edwards 0 fawff gl Wear-Af -5 X ' W7 71,5 fi, COUNTY CHORUS-First row, left to right: S. Paradee, J. Simpson, D. Kline. Second row: I. Wily, J. Lohman, I. Moore, L. Coco. Third row: L. Oxenreider, R. Spayd, L. Mullen, M. Edwards, S. Messina. EASTERN DISTRICT ORCHESTRA-seated, left to right: M. Hoffman, D. Rothermel. Standing: N. Werner, R. Kline. EASTERN ALL-STATE BAND ALL-STATE ORCHESTRA Neil Werner ALL COUNTY and ALL CON- FERENCE FOOTBALL-Kneeh ing: B. Bates, D. Clemens. Standing: L. Oxenreider, R. FSU'-?r, J. Schwambach missing from the picture. . sf-Cd COUNTY BAND-Seated, left to right: D. Browne, J. Bradley, N. Dreibilbis. Standing: N. Werner, J. Aiman, D. Kline, R. Kline, R. Ulrich, C. Eben. COUNTY ORCHESTRA-Seated, left to right: M. Hoff- man, R. Wary, N. Jones, D. Kline. Standing: S. Seyfert, D. Rothermel, N. Werner, R. Ulrich. -. Q. 'X .Ig51:,5:5.- 55,1 :WE5i?Sf45!'f " . gf A ,, if TN i ' L- ,X W V ' ,. 'HW . ,r Z F, I .s,,,, ' I I hc 1 gs 'MI Hz .-1 5 3 at s ' 'P M A, A 1 . 'LM' 'W 'W 9 F n. 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Bailey. 716- 2 Merrill and his harem fLeft to rightb William Mills, Treasurer Lewis Coco, Chaplain Richard Behrenhausen, Secretary Mr. Claude Spancake, Advisor Lynn Oxenreider, President Barry Cable, Vice President W Xlll W In fFrom left to rightl Ruth Folk, President Joyce Helms, Junior Treasurer Miss Francis Rahn, Advisor Sandra Stephen, Secretary Marie Marberger, Treasurer Sandra Paradee, Vice President President, Sandra Sabatino Vice President, Michael Manthos Secretary, Lois Shoemaker Advisor, Miss Olivia Ruffner President, Pat Ney Vice President, Pat Wallyuny Secretary, Pat Williams fed KQQJJ ghd Advisor, Mrs. Ella Bresler President, Helen Herzog Vice President, Nancy Slonaker Secretary-Treasurer, Shirley Wech Advisor, Miss Miriam Moyer Advisor, Mr. James Shaner f, 73 A Sw gfaddq and we ew President, Phillip Schlegel Vice President, Robert Conti Secretary, John Davis Treasurer, Richard Hoffmaster Advisor, Mr. Kenneth Matz Advisor, Mr. James Brokenshire f-feerwgw President, Robert Wagner Vice President, Warren Faust Secretary, Joyce Evans Treasurer, Linda Smith Chaplain, Anita Holland-Moritz Advisor, Mr. Jason W. 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Captain, Barry Frank Lieutenants, Richard Spayd Warren Faust Iwin Moore Advisor, Mr. Brainerd Reinert Swv Pam! .dadavdlad President, Martha Kline Vice President, Karen Germaine Secretary, Judy Schoffstal Treasurer, Mary Ellen Adams Advisor, Mrs. Lillie Rimby .ldtezataze and 2 ' dal Advisor, Miss Olive Tennant Quay cmd dwg: Zh! Advisor, Mr. Hackman ' e 66444 President, Robert Shade Advisor, Mrs. Jean Curley Advisor, Miss Esther Willits ,-44: glad President, Christian Weber Vice President, Arlene Crouch Secretary, Mae Kline Treasurer, Brigette Wirth Advisor, Miss Mary Dotsey Wwzatq President, Barry Bates Vice President, Lynn Oxenreider Secretary, Ronald Manwiller Treasurer, Daniel Rothermel S Senior Leader, Betty Reed Junior Assistant Leader, Sandra P Auditors, Ruth Folk Marcia Hill Advisor, Miss Muriel Marks aradee 1 Editor-in-Chief, Chris Reitzg News Editor, Charlotte Moyer, Assistant News Editor, Larry Mulleng Feature Editor, Edith DeAngelisg Assistant Feature Editor, Lois Adams, Sports Editor, Phyllis Thomasg Make-up Editors, Lois Adams, Betty Stoudtg Business and Circulation Manager, Marie Marbargerg Photographer, Thomas Bitnerg Typists, Lorelei Reed, Marilyn Yerger, Betty Reed, Nancy Witmyer, Sandra Stephens, Senior Reporters, Clinton Carbon, Gene Potts, Gerald Yeager, Joy Detweiler, Sharon Gundry, Diane Koch, Jeanette Losoncy, Carol Mengel, Bonnie Rhoads, Shirley Wech, Merrill Wixon, Michael Parzaneze, Georgeanne Hohl. Also Reporters from Journalism I. Muriel Marksg Circulation, Houck. SW CHRISTINE REITZ Advisory Staff: Advertising, Miriam Moyer, Editorial, Mrs. Miss Miss Helen Udeewez Staff i H . Two heads are better than one! MRS. HELEN HOUCK, Advisor EDITH DEANGELIS KA 'r HLEEN B AILEY web mmoax 2 xkoyxweeee-o'ioG16sxXxY Qxcfsa Sc,-aoov 5 , Q J sl Q w .:.A, y4" i S 5 sew x0r,W,'2iv S K, Xb X 4 A l Q MI6LA1?1 Xgwcmeeo Gaiam 9-:max fiwavbe i f RIT23. 5511101 YYJo1oyaQ'0e4 , 6644451061 woo Q41-emigef h L P I'h0f'00fQl'Gg, 911.104 Xvme-wp 1104 Y Y A " Ywkxbaaefxw QXQXK-a-10 35535 h' ,VVV wsinessbbanagew Subsmwon twfmgef fy' iggfwwl h pNpYwwppN??w Qpnifwgs -I . -- 4: N An not Ass'1SQo11sYL4l11o1 M ? X, ,z L Qlxczo-wa 53736 6woo1?y.4ti:Q59 H- SYM W 'mo' , .kk. K L, 5? 55535552 B6 gov gxaxsoe but ovfgp Kjoae boom xo 'game foo cove vie , 'Goa QQSQXMQOYAX emii xooge Soo QXKAA, feoav, 'Goa xvaori 963365, eofwcowie, and dizzy? oi X66 and 'Sb an Qxiiweof 10efq,. 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