Muhlenberg High School - Muhltohi Yearbook (Laureldale, PA)

 - Class of 1960

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1 1 11, vf, ' 9 F 'lx ' w ,.,..-?... s ,.,, . - .-,Ww, 4-.,m,.V,-,,, W MUHLENBERG TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL LAURELDALE, PENNSYLVANIA VOLUME I8 X X , - 5-1.1-l Q f ---- ff -A iZ'ffI'f '?5'7:?gf 'H O f I!! 1.2 ya. Lewaanwrayusuop uw seupon - ,a:?2E53?lf'Q'i5: IE V"-f 'fH-if"1"O'z"'f-'f fL':"..'555F ON W -S 1,13 15: 1 15 B -i L.,,E5-', w:.:'::5yM!,N 1b :::g v' :gg ' fr' 'i'ltggg : JW' I "I E" 55512, HL-ZIEEEEEFEIIIL 'I-F 555 EIL. Sli! I !5L??"1' ,' -. I I If ifsfgffi' EZ .L 115, sal .JE rifle: 'xiii I I -isis' gitqglm Ei- s2ziaE?3'lffff'- fIf"2'Fi5i 'Iiifgl A I1 wi gsssaf -frfggqgg a"'..'EE'jQ' ':.q::5E f!"1'I!E2i.V - -':jZ2:, , " ..:, :ESI 5 :-J ' 5-121-' .1-:fi 5: I .L ' :ru 2 ll , ' .QEEELEW I I KILL 'gfsf' Is:-HEEL :izzsssa LII' s. 01 awk- ,lu mf 2 45 Ffa Sega? ' mf I-22 mf 45 J W I g I 'Sym " f"'vffiI': 55IU.L"21-..l3I HH IH? 2? 2 I4-Iii? ,+2'Wlf3'Ik:l' "'w"'5J" I ' fi. f'W?5M""'5yif!'fl.-Cv E53 1521 "H ears I IU' 31 'ld 1755 YP.Q'v.!fff I ' "fix 'ff --,. 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Z--gi.: yi .- ,X M a ' - ,JE 5 I ' , ls Nl 'r:l,f . - l ---1 . .2-ff:-' l 5, 7 ec -S '-4. i c - f l --is -Q i 'flZ!l!Wli:ggA --Q ,,,i-i ,ii-l ,l ,fi-ii'-Qi , ...- .i. ----1 -,ruin , K , 7 f - V - - ...tj ,, ,..-1.-0 i-1,4-1-1-3 'f... "' ,rv 5 ?.1i v , . ,-,......-- 9: iq ,,--- - ,.....--.iQ ,..-ii.-Qi, .g .QQ .. ii -iig- .111 .ff ,iii 1-1111. ...L'.T'.....i-- ,-,,.i.--i- ii- ,,,.-.l--2 L-1 ,,,.l..-1 .11-.- l-li? FOREWORD We, of the '60 yearbook staff, have Worked steadily for many months to produce this volume of the Muhltohi. Within - these pages are recorded treasured memories of our journey through high school. The glimpses we have caught here and there represent fond happenings and memorable activities we have shared. In later years, While turning these pages, if you should recall the many smiles, sorrows, and dreams of '60, we shall he content, knowing that we have done the thing we were called upon to do. The Staff l rm E W, BQQKLIQPENG Q 4 -r 6 Mc Sl' QL, A , , ,, , . 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The original area of the school grounds andiiicampus on which the high school, Rosedale Grade School Building, and athletic fields are situated was nearly nine acres. Thirteen acres were purchased for a football field and 36 acres for a junior high school. The athletic field includes field house, track, baseball diamond, soccer field, track and field equipment, and a new, football field. In Februafy 1951, a new wing was completed which houses new, modern shops. a cafeteria. two classrooms. a music room, as well as art facilities, mechanical draw- 5 . , A ing rooms, and practical arts. The cost of the addition, including cafeteria furniture l H and equipment. was approximately S300,000. Classrooms in the new wing can A ,accommodate 255 pupils. while the cafeteria can seat tl-18 students. 1 ' - The enrollment this year in the senior high school is approximately 550. The 7 Q senior high auditorium and gymnasium can each accommodate 500 people. i The enrollment in the junior high school is about 620. The cafetorium can M accommodate 3gg,Qe,o.ple and the gymnasium seats 700 people. I ' I, . . ,... , The C., E-.H , le funiorfligh School iswcampus stylgf consisting of six buildings. rf It has 23 classrooms, two shops, library, .gymnasium, ca etorium, first a1d suite, and 1 5 general office. ' . I A F Muhlenberg Township High School is approved by theicommission of .Colleges , " ' and Secondary Schools of the Middle Atlantic States and IS .on its accredited list. . - .f,. 5 .-.: , ffry ,..A 1 Graduates of schools on this list may be admitted without examination to any college, ' i 1 'vgg 3' .:A:.' 'V i'. 1. which permits admission by certification, if the graduates.have nfet the college 5 L 1 entrance requirements and maintained an acceptable scholastic standing. p rent t at 2. R Q is iamww' ' L? 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Q X' ,f nm ,..,' ,,.""M A 9 1 ,,.,-ff' ,ff ff saw L P 1 . , . ,, L 1 1+ mw 'L - f I' ' H V .. ,U M - -A ...V I '1- 3 .5 1 5 Tl:-5 JP Q ilgilmflggiifsbrf-Sl' , ,z,!!,L-i' . - f " K - 'Y A ,,.,- ' . ,FSH .VWYI5 ' A Q. 5 I ii 315' " Y, N Ns-5 N .1 .. : A gb' . u W'-...M M Z, W- 1 .xQ , M? ii -" 'fi!l""""'F H5 ' ,.Qe9E" 1 :W , V,.,. , 4 ,,,..-uf - .J-A Q igpggfy N jliiliilff M. 'xm ' 1 Nm I ,W Q M 1 f-"WmJnsd' LnlisxiiUl3Hn?.? , f L ' . V . A, 5 A ...: ,A , A Hn. THEY KEPT OUR SCHOOL Superintendent of Muhlenberg School District, Mr. John W. Khouri. W SUPERINTENDENT Mr. Khouri was often seen flying by, smile on his face, in a whirl of important papers. He seemed always busy, but was never too rushed to stop and chat with students or offer his sound advice in any situation. His responsibilities were heavy as he assisted the school board in the formidable task of keeping the educational machinery well-oiled. Competently he served us and guided our way. Mr. Khouri stands before the white pillars of M.T.H.S. Typical of a day's work, Mr. Khouri engages in an important conversation on the telephone. Rushing from one place to an- other, our superintendent is pho- tographed on the parking lot. 20 S a 9 2 X FUNCTIONING PROPERLY PRINCIPAL lVlr. Schmehl performed many duties, pleas- ant and unpleasant, presenting awards, approv- ing school projects, and attending school func- tions gave him pleasure. But he also held the reins of disciplinary problems, and visited class- rooms where there were unwholesome situations. lVlr. Schmehl has been a major help to many students throughout their school experience. Mr. Schrnehl stops at the library to look up information for reference. i Mr. Strittmatter watches as MT- Carl Stfittmattef, 35' three juniors buy candy in Sisiant Principal- the cafeteria. Principal of Muhlenberg Township High School, Mr. Kermit H. Schrnehl. In his office, he daily receives many visits from students with questions and problems. ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL Mr. Carl Strittmatter, assistant principal at Muhlenberg, also has many duties. Besides aiding Mr. Schmehl in everyday problems, he plays a big part in the discipline of students. Mr. Stritt- matter was seen this year at lunchtime as he served as proctor of the cafeteria and dismissed students from tables. 2I MOST OF THEIR WORK WAS UNSEEN, SEATED, left to right: Mr. Gerald D. Schaeffer, vice president, Mr. Charles Troutg Mr. Daniel G. Rothermel, solicitor, Mr. Mat Elwood J. Helms, secretary, Mr. Harry F. Ammarell, president, Mr. George F. Adam, STANDING: Mr. John L. Phillips, Mr. thew A. Rohrbacher. treasurer' M ' ' A , r. John W. Khouri, superintendent. The School Board consists of seven men, plus a solicitor and Mr. Khouri, who meet once a month to question, debate, and decide issues of necessity to the school. They met on Weeknights, giving up time and effort for Muhlenberg. t BOARD OF EDUCATION THEIR DECISIONS WERE BULWARKS SECRETARIES 3 Superintendenfs Secretary, MRS. CLARA OXENRIEDER Office Secretaries, Mrs. Anita Reinert, Mrs. Virginia Stephen, Mrs. Ethel Shaner, and Mrs. Marie Sweigert. The office had a staff of competent secretaries. ln addition to their regular duties they were kept busy writing pass slips, for answering students' questions, helping us acquire information We needed for newspaper stories, assignments, or special projects. There was never a dull moment in the office as their typewriters clacked away and they responded to our every request. MUHLENBERG TOWNSHIP AUTHORITY The Muhlenberg Township au- thority is a group of men who advised the school on all financial matters throughout the year. Working during week nights, they were a very important help to the school board. They receive little credit for the good work they have done. Left to right: Mr. John D. Fox, treasurerg Mr. W. Laurer Huyett, membei Mr. Chesfer M. Fies, secretaryg Mr. Arthur C. Melick, vice-presidentg Mr Lester G. Kauffman, presidentg and Mr. Daniel G. Rothermal, solicitor. IN HEALTH, WELFARE, AND TRAVEL, MRS. MINNIE Mas. MARIE SMITH MRS. ELDA BOYER BORDNER il"i55b7Ti95?9-W, 3NIi:mT1?T1vs.m"JTI'2 .. gr . ff. Ars:-mg, 53553 ...M LW,,-. .. M fm... . ,....Qf:2..w,-X asm...-.. A... -- . ...1. .:,,.:. ...M .- 1-s1e,..s.ww fsf-f-ze ' . If .sge.,m- ...V -7 . . laef--View-: iff .- 'ff ?tfi.1-.s 2:.4. , L. 1 - ? - ' ' ez- ef- -3 gefgiffas wggg ftrw r- fazfefs M twsgfg ws.-Q .V f le.-f+s.,,.,,. Q, far! ,,fK1f-.-f-1-Q-fifem Aw e fsfasff V img aww, f sikfwqf-ggaaes faraffwerfl . 7151-2: ' is - f- 'W ", :. 1 J ,1221Sy'it5'.J5 S?f..7Vf:5i?Vv'9'ff"' 5 f gat...-...rpg -f'A 7' vg?5Qg22L'1Y5tft'i 351545 ,sn Q-'r'z:fffc'?.i.-2 -. , " ' ' . . -- ' -- ff-'mf-,1.,-w.s5z . fi' f vi 1 L. ff 1: ..1:,..- fffv1is.i.zVf' MRS. MINNIE DUNKLE MRS. HELEN RAPP MRS. GLADYS EVANS The cafeteria staff consisted of women, who ar- rived early in the morning and prepared and served the food We ate. Each member had specific duties. ATTENDANCE OFFICER MR. RAYMOND ENDY CAFETERIA STAFF ' MRS. FERN GOSS, head cook Another uunsung hero" is our at- tendance officer, Mr. Endy. A meet- ing with him was often regarded with foreboding, but he was always willing'to give a "lift,' to students who had difficulty in getting to school. NURSE This past year Mrs. Grace Hogue served as school nurse at Muhlen- berg. Mrs. Hogue gave first aid to students who were in need of it. Some of her duties were advising pupils in regard to health problems and excluding pupils from school who had symptoms of communicable diseases. The nurse also assisted the doctor in -the annual health exam- inations. MRS. GRACE L. HOGUE Y SERVED US WELL 3 ME,.,,,, LL MR. BENJAMIN , nnivnmxm MR. MEAS MCKNABB MR- HERBERT ST 4-' w MR. FLOYD HENN13 MR. FLOYD MR. 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BODOLSKY B.S., English and Social Studies- West Chester State College, Gradu ate Work, University of Pennsyl- vaniag English, Commencement, Honor So ciety. 31 FACULTY MEMBERS LEAD OUR MISS DOROTHY J. BOYER B.S., Home EconomicsfCedar Crest Collcgeg Foods and Clothing, Commencement. "Eyes, center ll" Mr. Keath, Mr. Marth, Mr. Kreider, Mr. Ahramowicz, Mr. Rhode and Mr. Knouse form ranks around Miss Kiesling. MR. DONALD DELP B.S., Health Education Stroudsburg State College Temple University: Health, Physical Education. MR. EDMOND A. H Easf ETTINGER M'Ed" B.A.-Albright College, M.A.eUni- versity of Connecticutg U.S. and World History. JOURNEY TO HIGHER EDUCATION "Geniuses at work ! " l MR. DONALD FETTERMAN Ursinus College, Temple University: Driver Training, Football, Baseball. Mrs. Wagner, Miss Hodgkins, Miss Horton, and Miss Knauss are seated in the library as Mr. Weitzel, Mr. Fetterman, and Mrs. Winnings look on. MISS MARJORIE K. HODGKINS B.S., Physical Education-West Chest- er State Collegeg Health, Physical Education, Girls' Hockey, Girls' Basketball, G.A.A. Club. MR. HENRY HOFFMAN, JR. B.S., Music Education-Lebanon Val- ley College, Conservatory of Music, M.S.-University of Pennsylvaniag Instrumental Music, Blue Band, Show Band. Muhlenberg's faculty was very active this year in extracurricular activities. They ably led the stu- dents in various clubs and served as advisers of many fine organizations. Not only did they handle the regulations and rules, but they also saw fit to set up certain service projects, stressing the pur- poses of the clubs. MISS ALTA H. HORTON MR. LAWRENCE L. B.S., Public Music Education - Mansfield Slate College: B kl C11 Blsu C -1 Vocal Music, Muhlaires, Muhlteers, E?1?w:goni,Bffl,sburg' Stllzmegg.. Mixed Chorus. lege: Typewriting I and II, Work Ex- perience Program, Business Educa- tion. TEACHERS ALSO GUIDED US IN MR. QUENTIN R. KEATH B.S.. Evlt1cationiMajor in Industrial Arts - Millersville State College, M.EtI.fMajor in Infl. Arts-Penn Stateg Mechanical Drawing, Head of Inrl. Dept., Majotettcs, Custodian of Athletic Equipment. l MR. ROBERT M. KNOUSE B.S., Math-Albright Collegeg Algebra, General Math, Physics. MR. WILLIAM L. KREIDER ILS., Iiduratirm 3 Millersville State Cnllt-gf-3 WW:-ill, Graphics, Arts, Leather. MISS ANNETTE M. KIESLING BA.-Albright Collegeg Spanish I and II, German I and Il, English- lOth, Horizon Club. MISS THELMA L. KNAUSS B,S., Education - Bloomsburg State Collegeg Shorthand I and II, Office Practice Observer Advertising, and Circulation Adviser. mls it my move?" Miss Rahn, Mr. lmhoclen, Mr. Stefl, and Mr. Ritchie watch as Mr. Ettinger and Miss Boyer try their hands at a game of chess. MR. OLIN R. MARTH B.S., Millersville Slate Cullcgeg Metal, Electricity, Stage, Tennis Director of Civil Defense, Wrestling. MISS FRANCES RAHN A.B.-Hood Cullcgc, Ed.M.-Ilan varrl Univcrsityg Guidance Director, Public School Psychologist, Y-Teens. MORAL DEVELOPMENT AND SOCIAL LIFE 3 ga MR. RONALD L. RHODE '-mr K , B.A., Art-Kumo stt C11 g "I don't think that's my key!" Art and English. WH 3 6 0 egg Mr. Spancake, Mr. Strittmatter, Mr. Yarnell and Mr. Wismer join in song as Mr. Hoffman accompanies at the piano. During the year, students saw faculty members rooting faithfully at sports events, attending class programs, and participating in school functions. Behind the scenes at senior and junior class plays and the Muhl Revue, as well as in the audience, they gave the students support in all endeavors. MR. CARL W. RICHIE B.S.-Bloomshrurg State College: Mathematics. l .ii it 2 . l MR. NATHAN SELL MR. CLAUDE A. MR. HAROLD F. STEFL B.S., Education-Kutztown State Col- SPANCAKE B.S,, Mechanical Engineering-Buck. lege: . B.S.-Penn State University, M.Ed. neu University' M'Ed'v Guidance" Bxology, General Science. -Temple University: Temple University: Chemistry, Physics H511 Patrol, Plane Geometry, Trigonometry, Foot- ' - b ll Baseball. Hi-Y, Advanced Chemistry and av Physics. FACULTY SUPPORTED CLASS PROJECTS f MISS OLIVE TENNANT MRS. MARJORIE L. MR. L, -RAY WEITZEL ' :a.i.,EHea1tg Ediugation Sand Eng. WAGNER Si13.EAglIEEi1:s.Co11ege, M-A--Umvef ' Q tr - - M - x , Irie, Eif1..m1fifu1iniif.Si.yfi erehizh Qgigon il'Q,j1jihg,,f0l1ege' Summer American History. World Hlswfy, D Universityg Latin. i hating' English. MRS. MARY Jo M. l WINNINGS , Kutztown State College, B.S.-Penn aPlC21SC PHSS tl16 Salt., iEZl2,UHiveifQY1 C1 h A d. V, Mr. Butz, Mr. Sell, Mr. Boyer, Miss Tennant, Mrs. Bodolsky, and Mr. Woods con- U51 TIES: I my U ' U 10' ls' verse as they lunch in the cafeteria. MR. NORMAN WISMER B.S.-Bloomsburg State Collegeg Shorthand I, Bookkeeping I and Il, Savings Club, Bookkeeping Club, Jun. ior Class Adviser. MR. GLENN H. WOODS A.B.-Lebanon Valley College, A.B. -Shippensburg State College, Tem- ple University, English, Journalism, Observer, Muhl- tohi, Senior Class Play, Advanced Speech. MR. VICTOR R. H. YARNELL Albright College, B.S.-University of Pennsylvaniag History, U.N., 'Model Assembly, De- hating. SCHOOL HOURS BROUGHT WEARINESS CAUGHT "This is a switch!" Cafeteria staff sits down for a momentis rest. Not many students see them like this! "AWW that's not my good side!" ' o James Flynn, student photographer, catches Mr. Woods in a shot like many others that were taken for the Muhltohi. 1 N Right-Miss Kiesling, Spanish and German in- structor, and Mr. Marth, graphic arts instructor, announced their engagement this year. Muhlen- herg is proud to call them her own. Mr. Delp, Mr. Keath, Mr. Rhode, and Mr. Kreider take time out from a busy day to talk "shop." 33 5 .L ix Q, Mmm!-1 gs wi M I MENS Mwaseeaghfm ' W X ,,f.,mmM , 111weis51.ggQgsQsg?acggggqQssqg,gggfggg-gff- -' -wmcmfjafax gmgmem ,M ,M ,...WJ...,,w,..W :am-g..,,:A-it-an R... 5 ,N s 312' - Y fm 13223: 1 fu ., V 95,1 ill" m fy ,??'?i,g5ff vi A Q ,Q 1 my -' 1151f155sgz'1 n ,A V, f -VIV ' ,, r- Vg'.i2i. q sw' H My 'f': '55 fi 'T' A ",- -- W ifi? i 4 ' 4 -L it 3!?E?ls3?5sQ?55fwiwfz' L"' fiffzgffil-f?11zzgsz1fiW'nf K. - 5. ,,'is:S'f'W'Wii fu fvafmg 8 J L' 'Ee ' wg!! zlmgggfsawffwffwf ff ' Man, ffinitv as E Fl- . Igilv-, ,N ,553E!5, 5-4.Jg5Qlu3', . ,L,. LL A iw. -,ez I4 lg , fy nm' emi 527 -ff va' va X, q,qQ ,o.a1, , 5' A 'I '7fMfW faa'jA'lhm54i Q J.i.A1'i' U., HF lan nn--w S. -.gvllzuvnam-1 ' 0 f:0,,:f,.',fi2?-1 ' " ' ' Yi' g31:i,,:ff? gf x ff f'gG'i:2"1?txf-ffli5""f"a 9.92.4 dig ky' ,A Ill M li d- V peyx , 4.70. 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' w e . ,Q -:- iswzsss rs-g3?sQsis?f.i.2vi5'fss Meiji , A 2 : .5i35':.'r. : -' ' ':'5l c "" - '7 W3 6, .,,. , .. I ,A A qt" ,, 'V JF' if ".1s:ia2"53f5e:' gm f as Eff - fi as . ,. . l : ffjgjikz - 33321. 5, ' ,t W? -is fgigrw i,3gg,.,gg-W x, ul is im B- v 4, Q- , R 555 X :U 1 is . -r. ,M,5f, ..,.,,.,:.,.. . .. .- Homeroorn Adviser MR. GLENN WOODS Homeroom Adviser MR. CLAUDE SPANCAKE 6 THE CLAS The Senior Class officers: President Ctop leftl, Gerald Haing Vice President Ktop lightl, Glenn Stechg Secretary Cbottom lefti, Dyanne Kunsmang Treasurer Cbottom rightb, Judith Spatz. CLASS MOTTO: Toil is our roadg success our destination. CLASS COLORS: Cardinal Red and Pearl Gray 0F '60 K. Y V521 .-P' ft 5 if A 5 7 ' V'VzyVAZ play, ff? W MEL 6 1 .k. V DN. jjj ue gs .1.AA X ll A f llflffl if XX Y TYPICAL TEENS You're typical teens-making fun from work-sharing your interests-liking slacks and bermudas, but being able to change to suits and heels to meet any Mdressw occasion. Youlre typical teens-going steady, dress- ing up, when forced to-driving, and relying on the family car to do your walking. You eat snacks and see the inside of a diner more than your own home. You enjoy television and radio but simply cannot do any bit of homework Without the aid of a favorite Hdiskf, You're typical high school students-enjoy- ing many sports-while holding a job, which leaves you little, if any spare time, and even less time for that long awaited school work, which will no doubt be due very, very soon. Your daily schedule is a familiar pattern -you may get up at dawn and enlist in a service known as '4Dawn Patrolf' or if you are 'cunluckyf' you may sleep till 7:30-you may uneveri' oversleep but just might uundersleepn -you arrive at school a little more tired and spent than the day before-you rush, rush, rush and sooner or later lunch time rolls around- you now are given 28 minutes to eat, drink, and speak those hidden thoughts that no one other than your best friend should know-The bell rings all too soon and you're back again to the old grind-your afternoon flies and soon it's time for that extracurricular activity you've been waiting for. Your grades denote "genius," well, average anyway, and you seem to be well satisfied for all in all you are just a typical.teen in M.T.H.S. in 1960. 37 8 SENIORS STARTED TH JAY ABRAMOWITCH Academic Hall Patrol 129 Varsity Basketball 11, 129 .l.V. Basketball 109 Cross Country 11, 129 Ping Pong Club 109 Golf 10, 12Q Varsity Club 11, 12. SHERRY ALBERT Commercial Y-Teens 10, 11, 12g Class Play 119 G.A.A. 10, 11, 129 Volleyball 10, 11, 129 Public Speaking 10. LYNN ADAMS Academic Golf 11, 12. WILLIAM ADAMS Academic Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 129 Muhleteers 10, 11, 129 Hall Patrol 129 Varsity Basketball ll, 129 .l.V. Basketball 109 Varsity Football 129 .l.V. Football 109 Baseball 10, 11, 12g Varsity Club 11. 12. CAROL ALTHOUSE Academic Distant Horizon 109 Observer 11, 129 Muhltohi 129 Class Play 119 G.A.A. 109 Model U.N. 10, 11, 129 Library Club 10. INGE ALSGUTH Commercial Y-Teens 10, 11, 129 Typing Club 10 1 s 5. a s LONG CLIMB IN '57 SUSAN ANGSTADT Commercial Y-Teens 10, G.A.A. 10, Volleyball 10, 11, Typing Club 10. JOSEPH ANTHON Industrial Typing Club 10. X FRANCE Z.,--0 S N' l' f 'Dreams 4 2 5 VKX It seems .loan Cartrnan is about to realize it is a rnan's world, while Donald Gardner, Raymond Gehrke, Richard Guldin, James Griesemer who are seated, while Zig Gregonis and Nick Garner seem to be interested in that last soccer game. CHARLES ARBOGAST Commercial Varsity Football 12, Baseball 12. ELLEN BACHMAN Academic Band 10, 11, 12, Debating 10, 11, 12, Blue Horizon Club 11, 12, Distant Horizon 10, Student Council 12, Observer 11, 12, Muhltohi 12, Hockey 11, 12. SENIORS FOUND HIGH SCHOOI WILLIAM BAKER Academic. Mixed Chorus 11, 125 Baseball 10, 11, 12. I SENA BAKER Commercial Y-Teens 11, 125 G.A.A. 105 Typing Club 10. PAUL BARE Academic Hi-Y 10, 11, 125 Hall Patrol 115 Var- sity Basketball 125 Varsity Football 11, 125 .I.V. Football 105 Track 11, 125 Volleyball 10, 11, 125 Varsity Club 10, 11, 12. A LEO BRAUN Academic DAVID BEHM Academic Mixed Chorus 115 .I.V. Football 115 Volleyball 11. Mixed Chorus 11, 125 Muhleteers 11, 125 Hi-Y 10, 11, 125 Hall Patrol 125 Student Council 115 Observer 11, 125 Muhltohi 125 .l.V. Basketball 105 Var- sity Basketball 11, 125 Baseball 10, 11, 125 Cross Country 11, 125 Varsity Club 11, 125 Volleyball 10, 11, 12. JEFFREY BELL Academic Hall Patrol 11, 125 .l.V. Basket- ball 105 .I.V. Football 105 Tennis 10, 12. IFFERENT AND SOMETIMES MYSTERIOUS SANDRA BROOMHALL Commercial Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 12g Y-Teens 10, 11, 12g Cheerleader 10, 11, 125. G.A.A. 10, 11, 12g Volleyball 11, Proiectionist Club 10. EUGENE BROWN Academic Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 12g County Chorus 11g Stage Crew 10. FRANCE These ten seniors seem to be 'lenjoyingl' their lab period. Standing Cl. to r.J are: Judy Kissinger, Jackie Kieffer, Dee Kunsman, Bev Kachel, Doug Kegerise, Jean Koller, Janis Kenney, Doug Katzenmoyer, Bobby Kline. and Allan Knepp. BARBARA BURKHART Commercial Y-Teens 10, 119 G.A.A. 10, 115 Typing Club 10, 11. BONITA BURKHART Commercial Y-Teens 10, 11, 12g Basketball 10g G.A.A. 10g Savings Club 10, 115 Bookkeeping Club 10, 115 Typing Club 10, 11. l4I SENIORS PARTICIPATED IN MAN RAYMOND CONRAD JR. Industrial Hunting and Fishing Club 103 Gym Club 10. CHARLES COCO Academic Band 10, 11, 125 Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 12g Muhleteers 10, 11, 12, Debating 10, 11, 12, Hi-Y 10, 11, 125 Hall Patrol 12g Student Council 10, 11, 123 Class Officer, Vice President 10. DARRELL CYSTIAN Academic Track 11, 123 Cross Country 12. BARBARA CREGAR Academic Distant Horizon 10g Observer 11, 125 Muhltohi 123 G.A.A. 105 Model U.N. Club 10, 11, 125 Typing Club 10. MARGUERITE DAVIDSON Commercial G.A.A. 105 Typing Club 10g Library Club 10. ELAINE DABRISHUS Academic Y-Teens 12. EXTRACURIRICULAR ACTIVITIES fra Q" Iii wir:-ge 5 3 2' Q Af at J IAQIIIIIFQ Iyl ' Mi 43 Q, Q, QQ -, fr' si- '-X 'E' C' D ' r x'ix 5 2 JAMES DAVIS Academic Hi-Y 10, 11, 12, Stage Crew 10, 113 Golf 11, 12g Varsity Club 12g Volley- ball 11. RONALD DeLONG General Swimming 10, 115 Motor Club 105 Ping Pong Club 10. Roaming the "Honored Halls" is one of the more enjoyable pastimes for these seniors ,They are Cl. to r.J: Eddie Coco, Lee Braun, David Behm, Gene Brown, Paul Bare Jeff Bell, Sandy Broomhall, Sena Baker, Barbara Burkhart. and Bonita Burkhart. GENE DELP Academic Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 123 Debat- ing ll, 129 Class Play 12g Model U.N. Club 10, 11, 12, Public Speaking 10. NANCY EAGAN Academic Y-Teens 10, 11, 125 Observer 11, 125 Muhltohi 123 G.A.A. 10, 11, gg lglonor Team: Volleyball 10, SENIORS, ORGANIZED AS A CLASS, SANDRA ENGLEHART Academic Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 125 Muhl- aires 11, 125 Y-Teens 10, 11, 125 Observer 11, 125 Muhltohi 125 Flag Twirlers 10, 115 G.A.A. 10, 11, 125 Honor Teams: Basketball 10, Hockey 10, Volleyball 10, 11, 125 Field Marshal 125 County Chorus 11. PATRICIA EBERSOLE Commercial Y-Teens 10, 11, 125 G.A.A. 105 Honor Team: Volleyball 10, 115 Typing Club 105 Bookkeeping Club 11, 125 Library Club 10, 11, 125 Savings Club 12. DORIS F IES Academic ELEAN OR FICKER Commercial G.A.A. 105 Typing Club 10, 115 Model U.N. Club 11, 125 Bookkeeping Club 12. ANNA MARIE FIORAVANTI Academic Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 125 Y-Teens 10, 11, 125 Class Play 125 Color Guard 125 G.A.A. 10, 11, 125 Projectionist Club 10. DENIS FICK Academic Tennis 125 Typing Club 105 Arch- ery Club 105 Ping Pong Club 105 Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 125 Hi-Y 10, 11, 125 Hall Patrol 11, 125 Student Council 115 Class Play 125 .l.V. Basketball 105 Varsity Basketball 11, 125 Varsity Foot- ball 10, 11, 125 Track 10, 11, 125 Varsity Club 11. Y-Teens 10, 11, 125 Observer ll, 125 Muhltohi 125 G.A.A, 10, 115 Honor Team: Hockey 10, 115 Typing Club 10. SELECTED THEIR FLOWER, MOTTO, AND COLORS JAMES FLYNN Academic Hi-Y 10, 11, 125 Hall Patrol 125 Ob- server 125 Muhltohi 125 Varsity Foot- ball 125 J.V. Football Manager 105 Track 11, 125 Typing Club 10. BEVIN F OCHT Academic Track 10, 125 Volleyball 11, 125 Wrestling 10, 11, 125 Library Club 105 Hunting and Fishing Club 105 Swimming 10, 12. .f7ffVf'N Research and books are important to school life as these students discoyered. Standing are: John Herbine, Samuel Hoffer, Barry Huey, Earl Hiller, and Michael Hummel. Sitting are: JoAnn Hughes, Marian Hinne Margaret Hill. GARY FRANK Industrial Stage Crew 10, 11, 125 Track 10, 115 Tennis 11, 12. BARBARA FREY Commercial Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 125 Y-Teens 10, 11, 125 Color Guard 125 G.A.A. 105 Honor Teams: Basket- ball 10, 12, Hockey 10, Volleyball 10, 11, 12. rshitz, Shirley Hoffmaster, Susie Hinkel, and SENIORS TRIED THEIR HAND AT DRAMATICS DONALD GARDNER Academic Band 113 Mixed Chorus 11, 123 Hi-Y 11, 123 Muhltohi 123 Tennis 11, 123 Typing Club 103 Art Club 10. KAY GABLE Commercial Y-Teens 10, 11, 123 G.A.A. 10, 11, 123 Projectionist Club 103 Library Club 103 Public Speaking 10, Bookkeeping Club 11, 123 Savings Club 12. JOAN GARTMAN Academic Blue Horizon Club 11, 123 Distant Horizon Club 103 Student Council 10, 11, 123 Cheerleader 10, 11, 123 G.A.A. 10, 11, 123 Honor Teams: Basketball 10,, Manager 11, 12, Hockey 10, 11, Volleyball 10, 11, 123 Projectionist Club 10? Model U.N. Club 10, 12. RAYMOND GEHRKE Industrial Stage Crew 10, 11, 12. NORMAN GARNER Industrial Band 10, 11, 12, Archery Club 103 Ping Pong Club 103 Show Band 11, 12. JEANETTE GOSS Academic Mixed Chorus 11, 123 Y-Teens 10, 11, 123 Student Council 10, 113 Observer 11, 123 Muhltohi 123 Class Play 123 Cheerleader 113 G.A.A. 10, 11, 123 Honor Teams: Basketball 10, 11, 12, Hockey 11, 12, Volleyball 10, 11, 123 Projectionist Club 103 Typing Club 103 Muhlaires 12. N "TlSH" AND "REST ASSURED" rirx fx -....- 1., 'Vx L - .. R -i g l llxl b ?""3"2 ' Wwlly Q3 f El ,3 m! lrlg I gpm... oo.l'41143liN x 5, -P ,Light VA , l nl ,KN I I It li w 'll l' wl n'5d,,,Lf ff ,ll ' ,ifj :lQ,l'r lf'-, l-,M -'K 'lf af' Q flieffiiffiiiifiirffg by 2!i:,?u? if .,,f,:., -13 VIRGINIA GREER Commercial Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 12, District Chorus 10, 11, 12, Muhlaires 10, 11, 125 Majorettes 11, 125 Honor Teams: Basketball 10, 11, Hockey 10, 11, 12, Volleyball 10. ZIGMUND GREGONIS Industrial Varsity Football 11, 12g .I.V. Football 10g Track 12, Volleyball 10, 11, 12g Wrestling 11, 12, Archery 105 Gym Club 10. Lunchtime to these seniors means a chance to relax and recuperatehfrom the day's toil. They are fl. to LD: Doris Hassler, Agnes Hagenman, Maly Heltzenrater, Gerry Hain, Bill Henne, Allen Herald, Jeff Harrison, Mickey Helms, and Mlke Heere. Wm -L--we JAMES GRIESEMER Academic Varsity Basketball Manager 11 12g Gym Club 103 Hunting and Fishing Club 10. RICHARD GULDIN Academic Track 10g Motor Club 51, Typ- ing Club 10. SENIORS PRODUCED "MUHL REVUE '60' AGNES HAGENMAN Commercial Y-Teens 10, 11, 125 G.A.A. 105 Typing Club 105 Savings Club 11, 125 Bookkeeping Club 11, 12. MARCIA HACKERTY Academic Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 125 Muhlaires 10, 11, 125 Blue Horizon Club 11, 125 Distant Horizon 105 Cheerleader 10, GERALD HAIN Academic Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 125 Hi-Y 10, 11, 125 Student Council 10, 11, 125 Class Officer, President 10, 11, 125 Varsity 11, 125 G.A.A. 10, 11, 125 Honor Football 10, 115 Track 10, 11, 125 Teams: Basketba.1l 10, 11, 12, Hockey 10, 11, 12, Volleyball 10, 11, 125 County Chorus 115 Projectionist Club 105 Model U.N. Club 10, 11, 12. JEFF HARRISON Academic Hi-Y 10, 11, 125 Highway Patrol 105 .1.V. Football 115 Motor Club 105 Chess Club 105 Typing Club 10. DORIS HASSLER Commercial Y-Teens 10, 11, 125 Cheerleader 10, 11, 125 Typing Club 10, 115 G.A.A. 105 Sewing Club 10. Cross Country 125 Varsity Club 10. MICHAEL HEERE General Band 10, 11, 125 Hi-Y 10, 11, 125 Student Council 105 Observer 11, 125 Muhltohi 125 ,1.V. Basketball Manager 105 Baseball 10, 115 Show Band 11, 125 Ping Pong Club 105 Hunting and Fishing Club 10. UDIENCE ROCKED WITH LAUGHTER MARY HEITZENRATER Commercial Y-Teens 10, 11, 125 C.A.A. 105 Typ- ing Club 10, 115 Savings Club 11, 125 Bookkeeping 11, 12. LUTHER HELLER Industrial Hunting and Fishing 10. ,,...-- fi ' 1 u ' f ? A ' wh, .4-Q A i -iq M X ,exif W-1 :fl , , , 4, ff X' I X WM 4 V gf fri f f 1561, 1 ! we fi - f ff ff ef' Z4 1 172.-f' ' '- PI' f ff 3' 1 5 view'- Various students discover that music is an interesting pastime. They are lfrom l, to r.1: Doris Fics, Eleanor Ficker. Kay Cable, Anna Marie Floravantx, Gary Frank, .limmy Flynn, and Denny Fick, MARCIA HELMS Academic Orchestra 10, 11, 125 Band 10, 11, 125 Mixed Chorus 125 Y-Teens 10, 11, 125 Observer 11, 125 Muhl- tohi 125 G.A.A. 10, 11, 125 Honor Teams: Basketball 10, 12, Hockey 10, 11, 12, Volleyball 10, 11, 125 Show Band 10, 11, 12. WILLIAM HENNE Academic Hall Patrol 125 Varsity Football 125 Ping Pong Club 105 Wres- tling 11, 12. JOHN HERBINE Academic Band 10, 11, 12g Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 12g County Chorus 10, 11g Muhleteers 10, 11, 12g Hi-Y 10, 11, 125 Hall Patrol 125 Hall Pa- trol Court 12g Student Council 10, 11g Class Officer, Vice Presi- dent 113 Class Play 11, 12g J.V. Basketball 103 Track 12g Cross Country 10, 11, 12g Tennis 10, 11, 12g Swimming 11, 12. SENIORS WERE SEE ALLEN HERALD Academic Highway Patrol 10g Student Council 10g Motor Club 10g Typing Club 10. MARGARET HILL Academic Blue Horizon 11, 123 Distant Horizon 10g Library Club 10, 12g Nurses Club 10. EARL HILLER Commercial MARIAN HINNERSHITZ Academic Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 125 Model U.N. Club 11g Typing Club 10. SUSAN HINKEL Commercial Y-Teens 11, 123 G.A.A. 105 Typ- ing Club 10g Bookkeeping Club 12. ELLING PUBLICATION TICKETS Qc SAMUEL HOF FER Academic Debating 11, 12g Hi-Y 11, 123 Model U.N. Club 11, 12g Public Speaking 10g Wrestling 11. SHIRLEY HOF F MASTER Commercial Distant Horizon 105 Library Club 10g Nurses Club 10. An idle group of seniors, out for a breath of fresh air. They are, seated: Glenn Stech, Treva Steininger, Virginia Smith. Standing behind them, are: Harvey Smith, Harold Swoyer, Leslie Stamm, Joanne Snyder, and Bobby Snyder. BARRY HUEY Academic Varsity Football 12g Track 10, 11. 12g Cross Country 10, 113 Wres- tling 125 Varsity Club 11, 12g Archery Club 10g Golf 12. JOANN HUGHES Academic Y-Teens 11, 12g Student Council 11g Class Play 11g Color Guard 12g G.A.A. 11, 12. SENIORS FOUND OFFICE PRACTICE BEVERLY KACHEL Academic Y-Teens 10, 11, 12g c.A.A. 10, 11, 125 Honor Team: Hockey 10, 113 Library Club 10. MICHAEL HUMMEL Academic Baseball 10g Chess Club 11g Archery Club 11. DOUGLAS KEGERISE Academic Hi-Y 11, 12g Volleyball 11, 12g Wres- tling 11g Model U.N. Club 12. DOUGLAS KATZENMOYER Academic Hi-Y 10, 11, 123 Wrestling 10, 11, 12g Mixed Chorus 12. JACQUELYN KIEFFER Academic Blue Horizon Club 11, 123 Distant Horizon 10g Observer 11, 125 Muhltohi 123 .l.V. Cheerleader 115 G.A.A. 10, 11, 12g Honor Teams: Basketball 10, Manager 11, 12, Hockey 10, 11, 12, Volleyball 10, 11, 123 Model U.N. Club 10, 11, 12g Art Club 10g Public Speaking 10g Library Club 10 .1 ANIS KENNEY Academic Y-Teens 10, 11, 12g 11, 12g Projectionist 12g Typing Club 10 G.A.A. 10, Club 10, 11, RELUDE TO THE FUTURE fXfNf5 JUDITH KISSINGER Commercial Y-Teens 11, Color Guard 12, Pro jectionist Club 10, Savings Club 11, Bookkeeping Club 11. JAMES KLEMMER Industrial Track 10, 11, 12. .. ,- J . f' I F. ' l 1 r -' 1 eg ,...g1l z -- A ,. ' y gwfgil- :." X K gg .QL ' 'i' f ml X ir Y Eve1ything's over but the shouting, and these seniors can do their share of shouting They are: Denny Trout, Wally Weber, Dave Walton, Patty Warmkessel, Doris Wary Darlene Wagner, Arlene Weber, Renee Wagonseller, Joanne Terenchln, and Geri Trout ROBERT KLINE Academic Band 10, 11, 12, County Band 11, Mixed Chorus 11, 12, Muhleteers 11, 12, Hi-Y 11, 12, Hall Patrol 12, J.V. Football 10, Baseball 10, 11, 12, Swimming 11. ALLAN KNEPP Academic Band 10, 11, 12, District Band 12, County Band 12, Varsity Foot- ball 12, Track 11, 12, Wrestling 10, 11, 12, Swimming 10, 11, 12, Show Band 10, 11, 12, Hunting and Fishing Club 10. SENIORS SEARCHED COLLEGE CATALOGUE DYANNE KUNSMAN Commercial Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 12-g G.A.A. 10, 11, 12: Y-Teens 10, 11, 12: Muhlaires 11, 12: Class Officer, Treasurer 11, 12: Honor Teams: Basketball 10, 11, 12, Hockey 10, Volleyball 10: Bookkeeping Club 11, 12: Student Council 10. JEAN KOLLER Academic Mixed Chorus 11, 12: Honor Team: Hockey Manager 10, 11, 12, Art Club 10: Typing Club 10: Color Guard 12: G.A.A. 10. MARGARET LEARD1 Commercial Y-Teens 10, 125 G.A.A. 105 Savings Club 11: Bookkeeping Club 11, 12: Projectionist Club 10. JO ANN KUTZAMANIS Commercial Y-Teens 10, 11, 12: eG.A.A. 10, 11, 12: Honor Teams: Basketball 10, Volleyball 11, 125 Projectionist Club 10: Bookkeeping Club 12. EDWIN LLOYD Academic Cross Country 11: Ping Pong Club 10g .1.V. Baseball 10. HENRY LESSIG Academic Ping Pong Club 10. NSTEAD OF MAGAZINES IRA LUTZ Academic CHARLES MANMILLER Industrial Track 10, 11, 12g Hunting and Fish- ing Club 10g Mixed Chorus 12. fvx ,- ff' 1 ff! .' 'H : r1'ifIl" , Mill 1 ssl! -' f A-f. Iiilif 'sv 'r ALM sian, ,c , 5155 , ff Q' A ' f X3 'M' rc? S x ,ff sw " K? 1 9 3- 1 X This group of seniors seem interested in the outside happenings of M.T.H.S.-They are X ' f foreground: Bobby Schmauder, Frankie Schnable, Bobby Sheehan, and "Oll1e', Shaub x Background: Connie Sfameni, Sandy Sell, and Andy Schlicher. ' ROSEANN MARBERGER Academic Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 129 Y-Teens 10, 11, Observer 11, 12g Muhltohi 12g G.A.A. 10, 11, Honor Teams: Basketball 10, 11, Hockey 10, 11, Volleyball 10, 11, 125 Archery Club 10. BRENDA MATTSON Commercial Y-Teens 10, 11, 12g G.A.A. 10, 11, Typing Club 10. SENIORS TOILED OVE JAMES McKEONE Industrial Hunting and Fishing Club 105 Ping Pong Club 105 Motor Club 10. NANCY MATTSON Commercial Y-Teens 10, 11g Honor Team: Volley- ball 11g Nurses Club 10g Typing Club IO, 11. PATRICIA MEHLE Academic Mixed Chorus 11, 125 Muhlaires 11, 12g Blue Horizon Club 11, 12g Dis- tant Horizon Club 103 G.A.A. 10, 11, 12g Honor Team: Volleyball 10, 11, 12. ALVIN MILLER Academic Mixed Chorus 11, 129 Muhleteers 11g Ping Pong Club 103 Model U.N. Club 12. BRUCE MILLER Academic Band 12g Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 12g Muhleteers 11, 12g Hi-Y 11, 12g Hall Patrol II, 12g Tennis 11, 12g Model U.N. Club 12. CAROL MILLER Commercial Y-Teens 10, 11, 12g G.A.A. 10, 11, 125 Typing Club 105 Bookkeeping Club 12. OLLEGE BOARD EXAMS If RONALD MILLER Industrial Ping Pong Club 10g Hunting and Fishing Club 10. SANDRA MILLER Commercial Blue Horizon Club 109 G.A.A. 10g Honor Teams: Basketball 12, Volley- ball 11, 12g Typing Club 10g Pro- jectionist Club 10. N 'T - fi .- 1 ' 3 - -'--if-:H V"-rf T-F ' 4- - , .f lf' X 1 1 I - iii I The steps in front of M.T.H.S. have always been a meeting place for students. These seniors seem to be no exception. They are, first row fl. to r.J: Suzie Angstadt, Mickey Albert, and Ellen Bachman. Second row fl. to r.J: Fred Arbogast, Inga Alsgot, '4Apple" Adams, Carol Althouse, and ,I ay Abramowitch. ' JOSEPH MOORE Industrial Ping Pong Club 10g Hunting and Fishing Club 10. PATRICIA NEY Academic Y-Teens 10g Blue Horizon Club 11, 12g Student Council 10, 11, 125 Observer 11, 123 Muhltohi 129 G.A.A. 10, 11, 12g Honor Teams: Hockey 10, 11, 12, Basketball 10, 11, 12, Volleyball 10, 11, 12. SENIORS WORE NEW CLASS RING SANDRA OHNMACHT Academic Mixed Chorus 10, 11, Y-Teens 10, 11, 12, Student Council 105 Ob- server 11, 12, Muhltohi 125 Class Play 11, 125 G.A.A. 10, 11, 129 Honor Team: Hockey 10, 11, Typ- ing Club 10. BRENDA NYE Commercial Y-Teens 10 11 12 G.AA 11 , , 5 . . 10, ,12g Honor Team: Volleyball 10, 11, 12. MARK POWERS Academic Mixed Chorus 11, 123 Hi-Y 10, 11, 12, Track 10, 11, Muhleteers 12. MARIAN PELLEGRINI Commercial Y-Teens 11, 12, G.A.A. 105 Honor Teams: Hockey 12, Volleyball 10, 115 Typing Club 10, Projectionist Club 10, Sewing Club 10. ANDREW PRYDYBAZ Academic Band 10, 11, 12g Hi-Y 10, 11, 125 Class Play 12 3 Baseball 10 3 Cross Country 12. BARBARA PRUTZMAN Commercial Y-Teens 10, G.A.A. 105 Typing Club 10. ITH PRIDE AND HONOR DENNIS RAHN Academic Debating 10, 115 Class Play 11, 12, Baseball 115 Track 103 Public Speak- ing 10. SCOTT REESER Commercial Baseball 10, 11, 12, Typing Club 11. ' 'ds 'wife k ,Q P0115 9 N fees l 'ist-Sizw - A '5NA'7Nw "5 r- A group of seniors talk about school activities. They are, standing: Darrell Cystain, 'N Jimmy Davis, Ronald DeLong, Raymond Conrad, and Gene Delp. Slttmg are: Pug Davidson, Elaine Dabrishus, Barbara Cregar, and Nancy Eagan. 1 Q 1 am. 1 milf- '?'5 gif F RWNCE 1 ti .W w, nl. . X II ': E MERLE REINHART Commercial Y-Teens 10, 11, 123 G.A.A. 10, Honor Team: Volleyball 10, 11g Typing Club 10, Savings Club 10. BRADLEY REIST Academic Band 10, 11, 12, Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 12, Hi-Y 10, 11, 12g Var- sity Football 12g 1.V. Football 10, 11, Track 10. SENIORS EXPERIENCED MANY KAREN RENTSCHLER Commercial Y-Teens 10, 11, 12, Typing Club 10, Nurses' Club 10. KENNETH REITZ Academic Mixed Chorus 11, 12, Muhleteers 11, Hi-Y 10, 11, 12, Class Play 11, 12, .l.V. Basketball 10. DIANE ROHRBACHER Academic Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 12, Blue Horizon Club 11, 12, Distant Horizon 10, Class Play 11, Flag Twirlefs 10, 11, Band Majorette 12, G.A.A. 10, 11, 12, Honor Teams: Basketball 10, Hockey 10, 11, Volleyball 10, 11. .l OAN N E ROHRBACH Academic Y-Teens 10, Mixed Chorus 12, Blue Horizon Club 11, 12, Observer 11, 12, Muhltohi 12, G.A.A. 10, 12, Honor Teams: Basketball 10, Hockey 10, 11, Volleyball 10, 11, 12, Typing Club 10, Archery Club 10. IRVIN ROTHENBERGER Industrial Mixed Chorus 11, 12, Debating 10, Muhleteers 12. LINDA ROSSITER Commercial Mixed Chorus 12, Debating 11, 12, 12, Y-Teens 10, 11, 12, Muhltohi Class Play 11, 12, Color Guard 12, Honor Team: Volley- ba.ll 11, 10, 11, 12, Bookkeeping Club 12, Savings Club 11, Model U.N. Club 12. 'LAST TIMES" WITH DISAPPOINTMENT LINDA ROTHENBERGER Commercial Mixed Chorus 11, 12g Y-Teens 11: G.A.A. 10, 11, 123 Library Club 11. 12g Projectionist Club 10. WILLIAM ROTHERIVIEL Academic fwf' f'NV'5 14" -Q. I N Study halls are the perfect places to lounge as these seniors will testify. They are. first row fl. to r.J: Pat Wollyung, Pat Williams, and Cooky Weidner. .Second row: Donna Williams, Charlotte Whitehead. and Linda Wood. Third row: William Weiser. Franklin Werner, and James Weidenhammer. .IEANETTE SANDERS Commercial Blue Horizon Club 11, 124 Dis- tant Horizon 105 Bookkeeping Club 11, 12g Library Club 11, 12g Typing Club 11. I OHANN A SANDERS Commercial Blue Horizon Club 11, 12g Distant Horizon 105 Library Club 11g Typing Club 109 Bookkeeping Club 11. SENIORS WENT ALL OU ANDREA SCHLICHER Commercial Y-Teens 10, 11, 12, Cheerleader 10, 11, G.A.A. 10, Honor Teams: Basketball 12, Hockey 11, 12, Vol- leyball 11, 12, Typing Club 10. ANTHONY SAVINI ROBERT SCHMAUDER Academic Academic Highway Patrol 10, Traffic Court 10, Debating 10, 11, 12: Hi-Y 10, 11, 129 Baseball 11, Ping Pong Club 103 Varsity Basketball 11, 12, J.V. Basket- Motor Club 10. ball 10, Varsity Football 12, J.V. Football 10, 11, Baseball 10, 11, 12, Model U.N. Club 10, 11, 12, Varsity Club 10, 11, 12. FRANCIS SCHNABLE SANDRA SELL Academic Hi-Y 10, 11, 12, Hall Patrol 12, Baseball Manager 11, 12, Library Club 10, Varsity Club 12. Academic Blue Horizon Club 11, 12, Distant Horizon 10, Observer 11, 12, Muhl- tohi 12, Savings Club 11. SUZANN E SEIDEL Academic Blue Horizon Club 11, 12, Distant Horizon 10, Typing Club 10, Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 12, Library Club 11, 12, Observer 11, 12, Muhltohi 12, Nurses Club 10, Mublaires 12. -.I FOR MAY DAY '60 NLR Cie L, C"'x-'X-.T 2 gulf"' , l 5 -V KXN XYKXWWW CONNIE SFAMENI Commercial Y-Teens 10, 11, 12g G.A.A. 109 Typing Club 10. TERRY SHAUB Academic Hi-Y 10g Observer 11, 12g Varsity Basketball 11, 125 J.V. Basketball 10, .l.V. Football 103 Baseball 10, 11, 12, Cross Country 11g Varsity Club 10, 11, 125 Muhltohi 12. This class of seniors are intently interested in what their teacher is saying. They are, first row: Charles Manmiller, Henry Lessig, Eddy Lloyd, and Ira Lutz. Second row: Jimmy McKeone, Rosey Marberger, and Margie Leardi. Third row: .loann Kutza- manis, Brenda Mattson, and Nancy Mattson. ROBERT SHEEHAN Industrial Hi-Y 10, 11g Varsity Football 12. LESLIE SHOMO General Varsity Football 12, Gym Club 10, 11. SENIORS FOUND GRADUATION CAP HARVEY SMITH General Varsity Football 12, Volleyball 10, 11, 12, Bowling Club 12. ROBERT SNYDER Academic Mixed Chorus 11, 12, Student Coun cil 10, Varsity Basketball 11, .I.V. Baseball 10 11' Cross Count 11 r 9 ry , 12, Varsity Club 11, .I.V. Basket- ball 10. VIRGINIA SMITH Commercial Y-Teens 10, 11, 12, G.A.A. 10, 11, 12, Honor Teams: Basketball 10, 11, Hockey 10, Volleyball 10, 11, 12. .IOANNE SNYDER Academic Y-Teens 10, 11, 12, Observer 11, 12, Muhltohi 12, Class Play 12, G.A.A. 10, Typing Club 10, Student Council 12, Mixed Chorus 11. LESLIE STAMM Commercial Band 10, 11, 12, Business Club 12, Hunting and Fishing 10. IUDITH SPATZ Academic Mixed Chorus 11, 12, Y-Teens 10, 11, 12, Student Council 11, Ob- server 11, 12, Muhltohi 12, Class Ufficer, Secretary 11, 12, Class Play 11, 12, Cheerleader 10, 11, 12, G.A.A. 11, 12, Honor Team: Volleyball 10, 11, 12, Muhlaires 12. ND GOWNS TO THEIR LIKING l GLENN STECH Academic Hi-Y 11, 12, Hall Patrol 12, Class Treasurer 10, Vice President 123 Var- sity Basketball 11, 123 l.V. Basketball 103 Varsity Football 10, 11, 12, Base- ball 1O, 11, 129 Varsity Club 11, 12, Mixed Chorus 12. TREVA STEININGER Commercial Y-Teens 10, 11, 125 G.A.A. 10, Typ- ing Club 105 Bookkeeping 11. fx ff-w N fx .., fX N K-'Ax AZN fx 35-K"X G"1'N'it"N? fix Ng..-T - . . A- . b e ij :. K 2 P- I ' . !:Q!I ' sm 4 fig an-1-r-J.-i.: -t ' :fe alf- ff ff il X rang A Ah. F' ,L 5 ' PM at ,-.A"- ' 5 r x -Q g 5 7 1 if -Ri Q il ,Mg-r : xf' It is just about Senior Class Play time and these seniors would like the dope on the cast. They are, left: Scott Reiser, "Beasty" Reist, Mark Powers and Denny Rohn. Center: "Trigger" Prutzman. Right: Sandy Ohmach, Merle Reinhart, Marian Pelle- grini, Kenny Reitz, and Andy Prytybaz. BARBARA STEINLE Academic Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 12, Y-Teens 10, 11, 125 Cheerleader 10, 11, Yell Queen 12g G.A.A. 10, 11, 123 Class Play 12. HAROLD SWOYER Industrial Hunting and Fishing Club 10. SENIORS SHED TEARS OF JOY AND SA DENNIS TROUT Academic Student Council 125 Varsity Foot- ball Manager 125 Wrestling 11, 12. .1 OAN NE TERENCHIN Academic Typing Club 10. DARLEN E WAGNER Commercial Band 10, 11, 125 Blue Horizon Club 11, 125 Distant Horizon Club 10. SUSAN TROUT Academic Y-Teens 10, 11, 125 Observer 11, 125 Muhltohi 125 G.A.A. 10, 11, 125 Honor Team: Volleyball 105 Typing Club 10. DAVID WALTON Academic Mixed Chorus 125 Student Council 11, 125 Class Play 11, 125 Varsity Foot- ball Manager 10, 11, 125 Model U.N. Club 10, 11, 125 Public Speaking 10. RENEE WAGONSELLER Commercial Mixed Chorus 11, 125 Debating 115 Y-Teens 10, 11, 125 G.A.A. 105 Library Club 11, 125 Book- keeping Club 11, 12. ESS AT BACCALAUREATE SERVICE 1 F ll 'saljhg Qfq, wer i W" 24 nfl' Q naive 1.45560 l I O99 Q V 3 Q tht. .1'f 50 ' a rgea fs- f 1'R Q V li ggle leetllw 'if '.9gwl fl 'Wifi lilffliij 1 f1Jf'il'L N14 '- This -- 4, gf PATRICIA WARMKESSEL Commercial Y-Teens 10, 11, 12g Nurses Aid 10. DORIS WARY General Band 10, 11, 124 Mixed Chorus 11, 12g Blue Horizon Club 10, 11g Bookkeep- ing Club 11, 125 Typing Club 10. Typing, to these seniors, is both interesting and informative. Typing are Cl. to r.l: Sandy Miller, Brenda Nye, Carol Miller, and Pat Ney. Looking over their shoulders are fl. to r,J: .Ioe Moore, Al Miller, Ronnie Miller, and Bruce Miller. ARLENE WEBER Commercial Y-Teens 10, 11, 12g G.A.A. 103 Red Cross Club 103 Bookkeeping Club 125 Savings Club 125 Muhl- tohi 12. WARREN WEBER Academic Band 10, 11, 125 District Band 11, 12g County Band 11, 125 Mixed Chorus 11, 12g Baseball 10, 11, 12. SENIORS WERE GRADUATE CAROL WEIDNER Commercial Y-Teens 10, 11, 12g Typing Club 10. JAMES WEIDENHAMMER Industrial Volleyball 11. FRANKLIN WERNER Academic Wrestling 11, 12. WILLIAM WEISER Academic CHARLOTTE WHITEHEAD Academic Y-Teens 10, 11, 125 Ubserver 11, 12g Muhltohi 129 G.A.A. 10, 11, 12g Li- brary Club 10, 11, 12g Projectionist Club 10. -e ! , SANDRA WERTZ Academic Orchestra 10g Band 10, 11, 12g Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 12g Muhl- aires 10, 11, 125 Student Council 10g Cheerleader 10, 11, 12g G.A.A. 10, 11, 123 Honor Teams: Basket- ball IO, 11, 12, Hockey 10, 11, 12, Volleyball 10, 11, 12g Model U.N. Club 11, 12. N JUNE 9, 1960 DONNA WILLIAMS Academic Blue Horizon Club 11, 12, Distant Horizon 10, Class Play 11, 12, G.A.A. 10, 11, 12, Library Club 10, 11, 12. PATRICIA WILLIAMS Commercial Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 12, Y-'Teens 10, 11, 123 Color Guard 12g G.A.A. Club 10, 12. . ,fy A ,, !'p y .1 222' ' I ' lvffll I Q f ,L 1 J 1 I . I' .41 f fl r 1 1' 11 --- , rf", W C 4 ,421 Z W W4 W S 'A ,JW IV -- , I Q!! QMMQNX 1 V 1 ev A 'J' ' Y X The school day is over and these seniors congregate about their Iockers. They are Irvin Rothenberger, "Chip" Savini, William Rothermel, Jeanette Sanders, 'Johanna Sanders, Diane Rohrbacher, Joanne Rohrbach, Karen Rentschler, Lmda Ross1ter and "Jake" Rothenberger. PATRICIA WOLLYUNG Academic Debating 10, 12, Blue Horizon 11, 12, Distant Horizon 10g Observer 11, 125 Muhltohi 12, G.A.A. 10, 11, 123 Honor Teams:, Basketball 10, 11, 12, Hockey 10, 11, Man- ager 12, Volleyball 10, 11, 12, Model U.N. Club 10, 11, 12, Pub- lic Speaking Club 10, Library Club 105 Art Club 10g Red Cross Club 10. LYN DA WOOD Academic Y-Teens 10, 11, 123 Observer 11, 12, Muhltohi 12, G.A.A. 10, 11, 12, Honor Team: Volleyball 10, 11, 12, Typing Club 10. SENIORS WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER Not all days were as tiring as this one, hut on student teacher day, both feet and minds were over- worked and over-tired. Schedules of the active fans and partici- pators of our sports events often con- flicted. A good example is this cross- country meet, and occurring at the same time, a girls' hockey game. A smart fan could have, of course, found a seat close-hy both and enjoyed both sports. Extracurricular activities have always kept the stu- dents from trouble. John Herbine, as well as these other seniors, seems to be enjoying a fast game of bowling. After the close of a local sweet shop and the opening of a local bowling alley, teachers as well as students could be found forming teams and leagues. 70 THEIR SCHOOL DAZE Assemblies were always fun, especially for the participants. This assembly shows .our Mbig-game hunters," David Walton and Dennis Rahn, as they appeared while hunting lions and leopards on a recent usafarif' Styles changed for the male mem- bers of our student body as well as for the female section. Gerry Hain was the first to sport the new clam- diggers but the fad soon became familiar to both girls and boys. So seniors another year is brought to a close. It is now time "to put the lid on" our fun-filled school years. Together we have worked, played, yes, and even learnedg but don't fret, Judy Spatz, all good things must come to an end, and next year our junior friend, Denny Stein, will be say- ing good-bye. Bonfires always pre- luded our homecoming games. Perhaps some- where within the last three years we didnit win the following game but we sure were noisy .the night before. 5, '.' 559 . QIQI . xx X f , 51. I ,zglyi , W X f 4? fs ' A w, , f , V f T -ff fair , . Q21 V V V V 3r fN IV , - 4' kVLL I I lkt W V I I ,Z all In :Q ., vi - v :,I vw I M - At vi-5 W ,T.N 5, I.. ,ii,,.. . K - I S :E 1 -,., I ' , Y' W ' V- ,f 4 V V V Vw -'-' K' , 'iff-15 " ' Q- I II i n .E QIIA i,5,I qw . VV I .fm Im E- . II. V 7532 f-" fp. 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Herb Donald Himmelberger JUNIORS RECEIVED CLASS SWEATER CLASS OF '6 1 OF WHITE TRIMMED IN BLUE CLASS OF '61 Mildred Hoagland Barry Hoffman Shery Hoffman Jan Hoffrnaster Richard Hoffmaster Beverly Holl Betty Horst Roy Hummel Janice J orena Michael Katzenmoyer Barry L. Kauffman Barry R. Kauffman Luther Kauffman Jay Keim Sharon Kelchner Linda Keller Frank Kerns Joseph Kircher Shirley Knoll Joseph Koch Richard Kohl Adelheid Kraheck Bonita Kramer Louise Kutz Sandra LaBreque Judith Leinbach Frederick Lutz Gerald Lyons Nancy MacLatchie Joyce Mattes Margaret Mengel Marguerite Mertz Frederick Miller Janet Miller Mary Miseyko Eileen Mohn Nancy Morganti Mildred Moyer Beverly Musket William Nagle Clifford Nevin Richard Ney Charles Noll Barbara N uss Marlene Ogrinc David Ott Dolores Petree Jan Phillips Joan Piotrowski Shirley Palmer Edward Plank Christine Pohl Linda Potteiger Michael Pratt David Pritchard Michael Reiniger Russell Reiter Charles Reppert Gary Richards Janet Ringler Terry Rissmiller Patricia Ritz Mary Roland Nancy Rothenberger Catherine Rothermel Judith Rumer Sandra Sabatino George Saltzman William Sandel Terry Sassaman Carlene Schaeffer Linda Schaeffer Linda Schearer Rudolph Schoning Joseph Schrum Joseph Seihert Betty Lou Seidel Mary Ellen Seidel Sidney Seisler Ralph Sensenig Steven Sharp Ruth Shaver Patricia Sherman Darlene Smith John Snyder Thomas Snyder Jay Spancake Donna Spatz Sandra Sp-ohn Dennis Stein Carol Stephens Terry Summons Sandra Tobias Jeanne Trout John Troutman Lawrence Valeriano Harriet Wagner Cary Weber Carol Weidner Larry Weidner Stanley Werner Carol Wertz Judith Weyandt Jeanette Whitrner Marlene Wixon Ellen Wolfinger Horace Yeager Karen Yeager Kay Yeager Thomas Yentsch Loretta Yargus JUNIORS SPONSORED CLASS PLAY CLASS OF '6 1 Class colors: Class officers: Blue and White Jan Phillips-President Class adviser: Tom Yentsch-Vice President Mr. Norman Wismer Carol Stephens-Secretary Pat Sherman--Treasurer SOPHS CONDUCTED ANNUAL "HOP" CLASS 0F '62 Bonnie Adam Judy Adams Paul Adams Dennis Anthon Donald Banks Kathleen Bansner Donald Barthashas Scott Baum Paul Baur Carol Bear Susan Becker Suzanne Becker James Beebe Roger Behrenhausen Kathleen Bieber Thomas Binckley Jennifer Bittle Caro-1 Bowers Rebecca Bowers Sherwood Boyer Patricia Brown Joseph Brunner Sandra Burkhart Bonnie Bush Susan Byford Elaine Carl Vincent Carpenter Donald Clouser Janet Clouser Robert Collins David Conrad Linda Crain Thomas Curtis John Davis June Davis Faye De-isher Robert Deisher Anna Delp David Delp Sandra Delp Sylvia DeSantis Sheryl Dietrich Gary Drobnick Charles Ehbert Linda Endy Theresa Ernst Allen Faust Linda Fetterman Deborah Fisher Suzanne Fix Louise Fleisher Chester Froelich Sandra Gallo Diane Garrison Gerald Geho Michael Geiter Dawn Gerber Timothy Gessner Leroy Graffius Donna Gregonis Patricia Gricoski Sandra Grim Tony Grim Dianne Guldin Barry Hadley Terry Hageman John Hagelty Sandra Haile Larry Hall Donald Hamaker Ronald Hamaker Marlene Hart Nancy Hassman Gloria Hatt Marcia High Charlene Hoffer Paul Holland Diane Hoover Carol Hester Shelia Hughes James Hullinger Carol Hunsberger Margaret Hutsco Al Iezzi Diane Janeszewski Andrew Johnson Anita Jones David Kegerise Daniel Keppley Robert Klein Judy Kline Robert Kline Linda Kloer Rodney Koble Allen Kohl Trudy Kralles Jeffery Kunkel Mary La Breque Joanne Leardi Eleanor Lessig Alan Loch Sandra L. Long Sandra L. Long Gary Ludwig J ack Mabry Robert Manwiller Patricia MacMullen Michael Melones Karen Mertz Sherry Meyers Karen Miller Donna Mills Brooks Mitchel Irvin Moyer Timathy Nagle James Nardo Jeffery Neinman Bernardo Ostrawski Karen Oxenford Doris Pehlman Frank Pellegrini Rose Pentruell Ronald Peratta Daniel Podgurski Sandra Price Nancy Reed SOPHS CHOSE CLASS MOTTO CLASS 0F '62 LASS COLORS, AND CLASS OFFICERS CLASS OF '62 r,,r.,i,,,a,:, , Terry Reed Romaine Reinhold .loan Reppert Harold Rice Terry Richards Carol Rossi Sally Rothenberger .loan Rothermel William Rowe Thomas Rowley Gary Rubright Elsie Ruth Evelyn Ruth Sherry Schaltz Bradford Schaadt Dianne Schmauder Barry Schrader Ronald Schreiner Margaret Schwartz LHITY Scu.l1 Frank Sekella Maxine Seleski Elsie Sfameni JoAnn Shalter Robert Shipe David Shram Kathryn Shugars Gerald Shukar Richard Singleton Charles Smith Kathleen E. Smith Kathleen M. Smith James Snyder Thomas Snyder William Snyder .lohn Spohn Josephine Steck Lee Steely Lee Stoltzfus Carol Strunk Sandra Stull Virginia Thiry Harry Tobias Sharon Tobias Richard Trischler Rudolph Valeriano Mildred Vandever Richard Wadzinski Richard Waldbiesser Dennis Wagner Arlington Warmkessel David Weaver Ronald Weber Barry Wegman Donald Wegman Dale Weidner Mary Wentzel John Wiand Janet Wink Pamela Wolfe Patricia Wolfe Gregory Yockey Clark Young Edward Zuchowski JSR ggggsgg I I 3355333 .. xagsszzz ,gifts 3 Q5 SM , giggle . zfg gaiesia " - ,, in Paul Angstadt Patricia Beecher Darlene Bernstel Cheryl Bieber Dolores Carl Judith Chiarelli Richard Christ Dawn Dautrich Ronald Davis Daniel DeAngelo Michael Delmonico Edwin Delp Jean Delp Mario DeSantis Richard DiGuardi Beverly Dukeman Brenda Dunkle Kenneth Dussin er E Gloris Fink Patricia Fischer Karen Ford Susan Fox David Froelich Carol Fromm Dennis Fronheiser Sharon Cehris Anne Godschall Paulette Goss Carol Cries Cynthia Gromis Thomas Gruber Diane Guistwite Karen Hass-man Dawn Heckman Paul Heckman Thomas -Henderson Richard Hertzog Edward Holland Ray Hoptley Norman Hunsicker Mazie King Kathleen Kircher Irwin Knause Sandra Kocur Loretta Kramer Carol Kunsman Cheryl Livinghouse Donald Long Carol Lonaberger Terry Manmiller Susan McDonald Joyce Meek S0n'a Mise ko J Y Kathleen Morganti Nancy Neidner Charles Noll Darlene Petree Linda Putt Glenn Reinert loyce Richards Carol Rodick William Ross Louis Rossi FRESHMEN GET FIRST ms CLASS OF 1964 F SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL LIFE "Let me see, tool" SEATED-Joyce Meck, Rebecca Bowers. STANDING- Eric Rossiter, Charles Ebbert. Eric Rossiter Harvey Schlegel Jean Seaman James Slonaker Betty Snyder David Spayd James Spinka Terry Spinka Ronald Spohn Donna Stahler Judith Strausser Catherine Swoyer Alan Tobias Maxine Tobias Alan Walker Betty Weidenhamrner Kenneth Weidner Rodney Wentzel Walter Wentzel Edward Wolfe Rodney Yeager Ralph Zerr Michael Zientek Marcella Zubritski "Are you following us?" From left to right-Mary Gartman, Sherry Hoffman, .Ion Clase, Richard Greenawalt. iifi ,, V, K 3,15 .f 81 1, , kim 1f'52f25iW225?3EA1 ,L , I ff f M :m,,.Z,ig . 4 um .Ev ' I ,gf fif+??u 5,245-:sf fig L,-1ww:tiQfe1z,w,,gP - ' ww ., Lf "NflWglfzfallh'Hi 'gxafffzff K w is W, ,N mmf M . ga,g,.v.,-Wim, 1, .Q f 7, . N eq., K ' " .MEA K-WKiiiiigf-g,,SQe5gQiAzm51252252 K A S ,f HK! SMH gives:fwi'f1V:mww 5 Wm, ,IRM ,Ee gf'i?lf1f?,m fm W W 5 New A M ' 'L ' Y ,......w..-....,.....4...-W... K MW, 4, - mu f X ,V V7 ,Aw-five R ISWTE Y 'Q fy n mqfipaii 'H' -nl ,s,1,gf2-.M1 - - xfif' . . . 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H 2, is as ww gfqm N 'W M4 LU Ms ,W 8 MAJORETTES ENTERTAINED AT BATON TWIRLERS: Carol Stephens, Christine Pohl, Louise Cox, 'Sandra LaBrecque, Patricia Ritz, Patricia Sherman, Claire Q Cleaver, Virginia Greer. TENTH GRADE MAJORETTES-FIRST ROW: Sherry Meyer, Carol Bowers, Karen Mertz, Marcia High. SECOND ROW: Pamela Wolfe, Gail Ammarell, Peggy Schwartz, Diann Schmauder. FLAG TWIRLERS: Beverly Holl, Susan Barr, Faye Haeseler, Karen Yeager, Ruth Bridegarn, Mary LaBrecque, Jeanne Trout, Judy Rumer. FOOTBALL GAMES, PARADES, AND SHOWS. Eanldra Englehart, Virginia Greer, and Diane Rohr- FIELD MARSHAL7 Sandra Englehaff ac er. The majorettes were very busy this year performing. at football games, shows, and parades. They rose early in the morning to rehearse and sometimes also stayed after school. Thir shows included dancing, comedy, and singing numbers, in addition to marching and twirling. The majorette group was composed of 32 girls with Sandra Englehart as Field Marshal. Diane Rohrbacher was Band Majorette, and Claire Cleaver and Faye Haeseler were baton and flag twirling leaders respectively. The seven tenth-grade majorettes were under the leadership of Diann Schmauder. Mr. Keath is faculty director of majorettes. ADVISER Mr. Quentin R. Keath Majorettes join in song at a football game. BAND MAJORETTE Diane Rohrbacher HORIZON CLUB, STAGE CREW, HALL PATROL SERVED: HORIZON CLUB-FIRST ROW: Peg- gy Mertz, Doris Wary, Ellen Bachman, Judy Rumer, Suzanne Seidel, Marcia Hackerty, Jeanne Trout. SECOND ROW: Mary Gartman, Patricia Mehle, Joan Gartman, Patricia Wollyung, San- dra Sell, Sandra LaBrecque, Jacquelyn Kieffer. THIRD ROW: Johanna Sand- ers, Jeanette Sanders, Ruth Bridegam, Catherine Rothermel, Louise Cox, Mil- dred Moyer, Patricia Ney. FOURTH ROW: Carol Aigeldinger, Susan Barr, Karen Yeager, Beverly Holl, Joanne Rohrbach, Margaret Hill, Diane Rohr- bacher, Donna Williams, Darlene Wag- ner. The name of the national senior organization of Camp Fire Girls is Horizon Club, signifying the desire to go forward to ever-challenging goals. Some of the projects which this group has undertaken have been cake sales, a car wash, making Christmas wreaths, service projects for the school, presenting an assembly program, and a trip to New York City. The group consists of 30 girls in llth and 12th grades. Miss Kiesling and Mrs. Daniel Rotherrnel are advisers. 1 OFFICERS: Joan Gartman, Jeanette Sanders, Johanna Sanders, Diane Rohrbacher, Doris Wary, Jacquelyn Kieffer. Members of the stage crew are the men behind the scenes at Muhlenberg. They took part in all the assemblies and other programs. Th original sound effects and especially the lighting may have been the "brainstorm" of any one of these Mgeniusesf' Most of this was done as the program was going on. They have bought various pieces of technical equipment with the profits they received from presenting motior pictures. Stage crew is under the supervision of Mr. Olin Marth. STAGE CREW--SEATED: Andrew Johnson, Mr. Marth. STANDING: Gary Frank, Paul Holland, Raymond Gherke, John Davis, Donald Gardner, Douglas Brown. 86 l BUSY FINGERS WORKED IN TYPING CLUB The purpose of Hall Patrol is to keep order in the halls during passing of classes. The group was selected from the senior boys. They stood at their posts in the halls and at congested stairways between classes, and in the corridor leading to the cafeteria before the lunch periods. Mr. Spancake is the adviser of hall patrol. Typing club is designed for students who Wish to learn to type, but cannot include typing in their schedule as a regular subject. In this organization these students received typing instruction and got typing experience. Students who had typing as a regular subject could also become members, if they were interested in additional typing practice. The club met during the activities period on Wednesdays. lVIr. Imboden is the adviser. HALL PATROL: Jeff Bell, Charles Coco, James Flynn. SECOND ROW: Lee Braun, Bruce Miller. THIRD ROW: Robert Kline, .lay Abramowitch. FOURTH ROW: .Iohn Herbine, Paul Bare, Francis Schnable. FIFTH ROW: Glenn Stech, William Henne, Denis Fick, William Adams. TYPING CLUB-FIRST ROW: Carol Rossi, Trudy Kralles, Carol Bare, JoAnn Shalter. SECOND ROW: Carol Daniels, Linda Kloer, Bonnie Adam, Doris Pehlman, Kathleen Smith. THIRD ROW: Virginia Thiry, William Daly, Barry Kauffman, William Nagle, ' Robert Adler. FOURTH ROW: James Hullinger, Richard Singleton, ,lay Spancake, John Troutman, Richard Greenawalt. FIFTH ROW: Barry Wegman, Dennis Anthon, Phillip Calabria, Richard Kohl, Dennis Stein. MIXED CHORUS ROSE EARLY, AND SANG Mixed Chorus consists of 100 early risers known as the 'adawn patrol." They performed at churches in the community and at a local department store during the Christmas season. During the year at school they vocalized in assemblies, the major one being the Christ- mas assembly. The rules and regulations of chorus are very strict. If a member was late for a re- hearsal three times it was considered one absence. Three absences meant expulsion from the organization. ACCOMPANISTS: Linda Potteiger, Anita Jones, and Suzanne Seidel. MIXED CHORUS-FIRST ROW: Sandra Broomhall, Linda Rothenberger, Mary Ellen Seidel, Ellen Bachman, Linda Potteiger, Judy Spatz, Karen Oxenford, Doris Wary, Virginia Greer. SECOND ROW: Mildred Moyer, Carlene Schaeffer, Marcia Hackerty, Patricia Mehle, Patricia Ritz, Linda Fetterman, Marian Hinnershitz, Louise Cox, Virginia Smith, Dyanne Kunsman, Suzanne Seidel. THIRD ROW: Jane Guilden, Doris Fies, Barbara Steinle, Linda Rossiter, Jeanette Goss, JoAnn Hughes, Diann Schmauder, Margaret Mengel, Sandra Wertz. FOURTH ROW: Karen Yeager, Betty Seidel, Kathleen Bieber, Carol Daniels, Faye Haeseler, Carol Stephens, Jusy Weandt, Suzanne Becker, Rebecca Bowers, Gail Ammarell, Patricia Williams, Renee Wagonseller. FIFTH ROW: Joanne Rohrbach, Jean Koller, Barbara Frey, Pamela Wolfe, Sandra Englehart, Anita Jones, Suzanne Fix, Diane Rohr- bacher, Maxine Seleski, Carherine Rothermel, Roseann Marberger, Marcia Helms. AT LOCAL STORE, CHURCHES, AND CONCERT. Each spring the mixed chorus presents a concert under the direction of Miss Alta Horton, vocal music instructor. The material sung this year by mixed chorus ranged from popular and standards to religious and spiritual pieces. Rehearsing at 7:30 a. m. may sound like an extremely hard schedule for busy stu- dents, but all chorus members will agree that it was certainly worth -the effort. Miss Alta Horton, Directress FIRST ROW: Robert Snyder, Douglas Katzenrnoyer, William Baker, Charles Coco, Luther Kauffman, Allen Kohl. SECOND ROW: Lee Braun, Randolph Adam, Larry Weidner, Ronald Weber, Alvin Miller, John Herbine, Eugene Brown. THIRD ROW: Terry Summons, Warren Weber, Mark Powers, Charles Ebhert, Thomas Snyder, Robert Kline, David Behm, Bradley Reist. FOURTH R OW: Donald Gardner, Bruce Miller, James Hullinger, Frederick Miller, James Greth, Douglas Brown, Glenn Stech. FIFTH ROW: Gene Delp, Kenneth Reitz, William Adams, Michael Hummel, Robert Kline, Charles Manmiller, Andrew Johnson, Michael Rein- inger, Denis Fick, Donald Himmelberger. MUHLAIRES AND MUHLTEERS SANG AT TEAS AND ASSEMBLIES. Muhlaires is a girls' vocal group with members chosen from mixed chorus. They re- hearsed during the activities period on Tuesdays. Their appearances included teas, as- sembly programs, the annual concert, and the Muhl Review. They sang all types of music from popular and standards to religious numbers. MUHLAIRES-SEATED: Miss Horton. FIRST ROW: Carlene Schaeffer, Judy Spatz, Sandra Wertz, Suzanne Seidel, Marcia Hackerty, Patricia Mehle, Linda Potteiger, Virginia Greer. SECOND ROW: Catherine Rothermel, Kathleen Bieber, Pamela Wolfe, Sandra Englehart, Anita Jones, Barbara Steinle, Jeanette Goss, Duanne Kunsman. Muhlteers is the boys, vocal group which corresponds to Muhlaires. They held their rehearsals during Wednesday activities period. They have appeared with the Muhlaires at 5th and Spring, P.T.A., and at the teas and assemblies. They also performed in the annual concert and in the Muhl Review. Miss Horton di- rects both of these groups. 90 MUHLTEERS-SEATED: Miss Horton. FIRST ROW: Thomas Snyder, Lee Braun, .Ighn Herbine, Eugene Brown, Mark Powers, Terry Summons, James Boyer, Charles Coco. S C- OND ROW: Robert Kline, Irvin Rothenberger, Denis Fick, Kenneth Reitz, William Adams, Bruce Miller, Michael Reininger. STUDENTS WERE REPRESENTED IN STUDENT COUNCIL Library club is a group of stu- dents Who are interested in li- brary Work. They repaired books, presented attractive displays, and work at the check out desk. The club holds regular meetings dur- ing Tuesday activities period. The officers were Charlotte White- head, president, Linda Rothen- berger, vice president, Donna Wil- liams, secretary, and Gene Delp, treasurer. Mrs. Winnings is ad- viser of this group. LIBRARY CLUB: Darrell Cystian, Suzanne Seidel, Renee Wagonseller, Gene Delp, Donna Williams, Charlotte Whitehead. The purpose of Student Council is to promote a better understanding between faculty and students. Student Council spon- sored a contest for Christmas door decora- tions, the annual Holly Hop, and the sale of refreshments at Open House. The of- ficers are: Charles Coco, president, Luther Kauffman, vice president, ,loan Gartman, secretary, and Patricia Ney, treasurer. Muhlenberg sent two representatives to the State Student Council Convention and was represented at the Berks County Con- vention. Mr. William Abramowicz is fac- ulty adviser. FIRST ROW: Ruth Copelin, Johanna Sanders, Jeanette Sanders, Linda Rothenberger, Frank Kerns, Jeff Harrison. SECOND ROW: Mary Gartman, Darlene Smith, Margaret Hill, Sandra Sell, Mrs. Winnings. STUDENT COUNCIL-FIRST ROW: Ellen Bachman, Carol Gries, Darlene Bernstel, .loan Gartman, Charles Coco, Luther Kauffman, Patricia Ney, Joanne Snyder, Mary Gartman. SECOND ROW: Gary Rubright, Leonard Weckel, Glenn Stech, Alan Loch, Maxine Tobias, Maxine Seleski, Rebecca Bowers, Linda Fetterman, Mildred Moyer, Ruth Bridegam, Darryl Smith, William Daly, David Walton. BLUE BAND AND SHOW BAND PLAYED FOR BLUE BAND-SAXOPHONES AND TROMBONES-LEFT ROW: CLARINETS-FIRST ROW: Andrew Prydybasz, Darlene Allan Knepp, Norman Garner, Thomas Falkiewicz, Warren Weber. Wagner, Gloria Fink, Ellen Bachman. SECOND ROW: RIGHT ROW: Randy Adam, Roger Behrenhausen, James Greth. Robert Kline, Richard Ney, Paul Bauer, Jay Spancake, SHOW BAND-SEATED AT PIANO: Carol Miller. STANDING: Mr. Hoffman. FIRST ROW: Allan Knepp, Thomas Falkiewicz, Warren Weber, Robert Kline, Norman Garner. SECOND ROW: Barry Brown, James Greth, Roger Behrenhausen, Randy Adam. THIRD ROW: Michael Heere, Larry Seifrit, Joseph Koch, Leslie Stamm, Jan Phillips. IQOURTH ROW: Marcia Helms. 2 Charles Coco. Blue Band performed this year at football games, parades, and festivals. There were 43 members who attended early morning rehearsals in order to provide the school with good musical entertainment. The band is a combined group including junior and senior high musicians. At the annual '4Blue Band Con- cert" their repertoire included marches, show tunes, latin numbers, and novelty songs. Show band is composed of I6 select musicians who entertained throughout the year at various assemblies, majorette shows, class plays, and the annual M uhl Revue. The music they played ranged from modern jazz and blues, such as "Peter Gunn," and 4'Summertime,,' to show hits and marches including, H76 Trombonesn and "Amer- ican Patrolf' ' In January, the Show Band played in a Bands-of- Tomorrow contest held in Reading. FLUTRS AND PERCUSSION: Peggy Mertz, Sandra Wertz, Mary Roland, TRUMPETS-LEFT ROW: .Ian Phillips, Thomas Snyder Frederick Mlller, Bradley Reist, .Iohn Herbine, Michael Heere, Bruce Joseph Koch. RIGHT ROW: Leslie Stamm, Larry Seifert Miller, Marcia Helms. Doris Wal-y, g-q In Q , Q- R n 'i ' OFFICERS: I Warren Weber, Robert Kline, Michael Heere, Allen Mr. Henry Hoffman, director. Knepp, Marcla Helms. 93 JOURNALISM CLASSES PUBLISHED OBSERVER JOURNALISM I-FIRST ROW: Mary Gartman, Claire Cleaver, Jeanne Trout, Patricia Ritz, Judy Rumer. SECOND ROW: Christine Pohl, Judy Weyandt, Faye Haeseler, Daryll Smith, Darlene Smith, Sandra LaBrecque. THIRD ROW: Lind? Schaeffer, Carol Daniels, Beverly Musket, Patricia Eyrick, Beverly Holl, Louise Cox. FOURTH ROW: Jan Hoffmaster, Jon Clase, Terry Summons, Clifford Nevin. The Observer has been Muhlenberg's newspaper for 33 years. This year the Journalism II class edited eight four-page issues. The writing was done by both Journalism I and ll classes. The ad- visers Were Mr. Glenn Woods and Miss Thelma Knauss. Terry Shaub, Michael Heere, and Roseann Marberger. OBSER ' ' :ab Lynda Wood, Marcia Helms, Sandra Englehart, and Ellen Bachman. , v .L l , .Q , T19 -Q ...." 'X l i .. .5 ..-1 "" 'N -. 't - AND MUHLITAN MAGAZINE. Charlotte Whitehead, .lacquelyn Kieffer, Barbara Lee Braun, Patricia Wollyung, Judy Spatz, Susan Trout Cregar, Jeanette Goss. Joanne Rohrbach. Suzanne Seidel, Carol Althouse, Sandra Ohnmacht. Patricia Ney, Anna Marie Fioravanti, Sandra Sell, Joanne Snyder Mr. Glenn Woods, adviser, James Flynn, photographer. Miss Thelma Kanuss, advertising adviser. Y-TEENS SPONSORED DANCE AND MAY DAY Y-TEENS-FIRST ROW: L. Rothenberger, T. Kralles, S. Ohnmacht, N. Evans, M. Pelligrini, B. Nye, C. Weidner, T. Steininger, S. Hinkle, L. Fetterman, K. Mertz, K. Oxenford, C. Rossi. SECOND ROW:'J. Kutzamanis, J. Goss, D. Fies, D. Kunsman, L. Rossiter, T. Ernst, M. Hutsko, J. Wink, K. Gable, S. Broomhall, R. Wagonseller, E. Carl, B. Bush. THIRD ROW: R. Pentuer- elli, J. Kenney, R. Bowers, J. Rothermel, J. Kline, S. Long, P. Schwartz, A. Hess, B. Mattson, K. Miller, S. Spohn, P. McMullen, S. Dietrich. FOURTH ROW: M. Reinhart, S. Becker, V. Smith, P. Warmkessel, P. Gricoski, J. Stech, R. Reinhold, J. Adams, A Fioravanti, N. McLatchie, M. Hart, S. Byford, B. Mitchell. FIFTH ROW: I. Alsguth, B. Frey, D. Smith, J. Guildin, V. Thiry C. Bear, D. Janiszewski, M. Helms, C. Miller, B. Kachel, S. Englehart, P. Williams, J. Adams, A. Weber. Y-Teens is a large organization for girls in grades 10, ll, and 12. The purpose of the club is to de- velop better characters by doing service work for the community. Each year, Y-Teens holds its annual Val- entine dance. This year it was called the "Heart Beat." Every Christmas, "White elephant" gifts are sent to Berks Heim, county home for the aged, to bring Christmas cheer. The annual fashion show was the main project of the year. Y-Teeners who partici- pated were selected by professionals. The girls modeled fashions from three local clothing stores. At the close of the year, senior Y-Teens took a bus trip to New York City. Y-TEEN OFFICERS: Dyanne Kunsman, Barbara Steinle, Carol Stephens, JoAnn Hughes. FIRST ROW: J. Spatz, J. Hughes, S. Harper, J. Kissinger, L. Wood, M. Vandever, P. Ritz, G. Antolick, P. Sherman, S. Palmer, S. Scaltz, D. Pehlman, J. Leardi, M. Leardi, SECOND ROW: G. Gable, L. Keaer, J. Davis, S. Trout, C. Gilfert, J. Fox, S. De- santis, L. Crain, J. Mattes, B. Ermold, J. Leinbach, J. Pietrowski, K. Yeager. THIRD ROW: D. Spatz, S. Hughes, M. Wentzel, D. Mills, S. Althouse, C. Pohl, C. Schaeffer, J. Ringler, W. Faller, G. Ely, L. Arnold, B. Burkhart, M. Heitzenrater. FOURTH ROW: B. Steinle, D. Fisher, K. Smith, M. Mengel, D. Smith, L. Endy, C. Whitehead, N. Mattson, S. Knoll, L. Shearer, M. Ogrinc, B. Musket, J. Eckert, J. Weandt. FIFTH ROW: N. Reed, W. Hassman, R. Shaver, D. Hassler, E. Dabrishus, E. Mohn, J. Bord- ner, J. Jorena, M. Hoagland, S. Kelshner, H. Kraheck, B. Adam, S. Fix, F. Haessler, C. Stephens. G.A.A. PROMOTED SCHOOL SPIRIT G.A.A.-FIRST ROW: B. Nye, S. Broomhall, S. Hinkel, J. Spatz, J. Mattes, J. Trout, J. Rumer. SECOND ROW: M. Hackerty, S. Wertz, J. Kieffer, P. Ritz, L. Cox, S. LaBrecque, J. Gartman, M. Gartman, C. Weidner. THIRD ROW: S. Meyers, P. Wollyung, V. Smith, J. Kenney, P. Sherman, D. Kunsman, S. Tobias, B. Steinle, K. Bieber. FOURTH ROW: K. Yeager, J. Goss, M. Seleski, F. Haeseler, P. Ney, P. Mehle, J. Kutzamanis, K. Smith, H. Wagner, C. Wertz. FIFTH ROW: B. Holl, D. Williams, D. Rohrbacher, L. Frey, C. Stephens, C. Miller, B. Kachel, M. Helms, M. Wixon, J. Witman, S. Englehart. Girls, Athletic Association is a group of sports- minded girls. At every home basketball game one of its members adjusted and filled the cracker machines in the C. E. Cole gym. Christmas brought another G.A.A. sponsored an annual dance to which students opportunity class to a party in the cafeteria. The G.A.A. sponsored an annual dance to which students from five surrounding schools were invited. The aim of this dance was to promote better sportsmanship and interest in girls' sports in these schools. The faculty adviser is Miss Hodgkins. OFFICERS: Joan Gartman, Diane Rohrbacher, Dyanne Kuns- man, Marcia Helms. G.A.A.-FIRST ROW: L. Rothenberger, K. Oxenford, K. Mertz, B. Bush, T. Kralles, D. Pehlman, S. Scaltz. SECOND ROW: M. Lal?-recque, C. Bowers, 'S. Gallo, M. Wentzel, E. Carl, J. Wink, P. Wolfe. THIRD ROW: C. Rossi, T. Ernst, M. Hutsko, M. Hart, L. Crain, S. DeSantis, S. Price, P. Schwartz, A. Hess. FOURTH ROW: J. Kline, N. Bailey, J. Ste-ch, S. Becker, G. Hatt, D. Janiszewski, D. Schmauder, N. Hassman, N. Reed. FIFTH ROW: G. Ammarell, R. Pentuerelli, J. Adams, L. Endy, P. Wolfe, V. Thiry, S. Tobias, S. Stull, B. Mitchell. 97 BOYS PARTICIPATED IN VARSITY CLUB AND HI-Y HI-Y-FIRST ROW: Francis Schnable, Kenneth Reitz, Jay Spancake, John Troutman, John Herbine, Glenn Stech, Paul Bare. SECOND ROW: Robert Kline, Mark Powers, Andrew Prydybasz, Bradley Reist, Bruce Miller, Samuel Hoffer, Charles Coco. THIRD ROW: James Flynn, Douglas Katzenrnoyer, Terry Curtis, Terry Summons, James Greth, Clifford Nevin, Thomas Bink- ley. FOURTH ROW: Harry Tobias, Thomas Snyder, Charles Ebbert, Donald Gardner, Jeffery Neiman, Joseph Koch, Michael Heere. FIFTH ROW: James Davis, Robert Schmauder, Robert Sheehan, Jeff Harrison, Dennis Stein, Denis Fick, Douglas Kegerise. Hi-Y endeavors to create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and com- munity high standards of Christian living. The membership is open to boys in tenth, eleventh, and twelfth grades. The club sponsored the Varsity Drag, sold candy, and sold Christmas cards. Hi-Y co-sponsored the Muhl Review and 'climaxed the year with a banquet. Varsity club is a sports-minded organization with the objective of service to the school. It consists of boys who participate in athletics. Paul Bare is the president- elect, and Mr. Stefl sponsors the club as acting adviser. Varsity club meetings are held during Monday activities periods. VARSITY CLUB-FIRST ROW: Richard Hoffmaster, Thomas Snyder, Bradley Shaadt, Harry Tobias, Donald,Clauser, Robert Manwiller, Frank Pelligrini. SECOND ROW: Ronald Hammaker, Donald Hammaker, Thomas Binkley, Charles Ehbert, Robert Kline, Terry Hagenman, James Griesemer. THIRD ROW: Francis Schnable, Sherwood Boyer, Brian Bates, Cary Weber, Dale Weidner, Richard Trischler, John Snyder. FOURTH ROW: John Wiand, John Haggerty, Fred Arbogast, Paul Bare, Bradley Reist, Daniel Podgurski, Ronald Weber, Lee Braun. FIFTH ROW: John Troutman, James Davis, Glenn Stech, William' Adams, Donald Himmelberger, Denis Fick, Dennis Stein, Richard Greenawalt, Steven Sharp. STUDENTS LEARNED IN DEBATING, U. N., AND F.B.L.A. The debating team was chosen by the advisers, Mr. Yarnell, Mr. Ettinger, and Mr. Weitzel. The students then prepared four-min- ute speeches on the topic, Re- solved: that the federal govern- ment should substantially increase regulations of labor unions. These speeches were then presented at Mount Penn, West Reading, Exeter, and Muhlenberg High Schools. DEBATING TEAM-FIRST ROW: David Walton, Renee Wagonseller, Ellen Bachman, Linda Rossiter, William Daly. SECOND ROW: Patricia Wollyung, Samuel Hoffer, Mr. Ettinger, Gene Delp, Robert Schmauder, Charles Coco, Jay Spancake, Mr. Yarnell, Mr. Weitzel. The purpose of the Model United Nations was to understand the United Nations, in New York, and its functions. There were 22 members at the U.N. at Albright College and 12 of those students were chosen to attend the East Coast Model United Nations in New York. U.N. CLUB-FIRST ROW: Jacqueline Kieffer, Barbara Cregar, Carol Althouse, Eleanor F icker, Sandra Wertz, Marcia Hackerty, Ellen Bachman, Susan Byford. SECOND ROW: Mr. Yarnell, Mr. Weitzel, Joan Gartman, Renee Wagonseller, Patricia Wollyung, Linda Rossiter, JoAnn Hughes, Judy Adams. THIRD ROW: Samuel Hoffer, Jeff Bell, David Walton, Douglas Kegerise, Robert Schmauder, Gene Delp, Alvin Miller, William Daly. This was the first school year for the Future Business Leaders of America. The purpose was to foster better relations with busi- ness, school, and industry. 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Lf' AWN ' A 5' " ff!-ll' 5 5 - , .. - A ' 5 , A Q 1 Q H V ,xx , - -..,,-.3 WWWSPWPWR -"ZA-"1 , ff "Ci L , L " ' 5 f .' , A A , , 5 - ' 7' 5 A --55.'uA+,f5- 55 -351555 AffA 5f5AfAA.,5,--15 ,MA ,,,, , 3-A E' A.A, - - ., K 2 5,JQ,,fgg,5QL5,,,,t5f?,,5f1A,im ELgigafffk'fi!4ET?Eli??iiii533f13532?'lKL5 315122522222 'xl 'a ia' ? F2i ?'? A il ' A 4..,. W A 5 A ' . 5 6 5 5' , ,, -vw AAA, ,,,Agg,Af,A g f i .,.,A A ll Awfzwag-.g5fff Amgmzefk l00 il f fi- mag ,wi Qg25i5fif 1 W L K., Hfz 6 asv Sfiiii IFE? gg i s , 5,- 5 git xi E, i 1 'S 3 315 Q22 235 ay A 5 gil? FOOTBALL SEASON PROVIDES THRILLS, CHEERS FOOTBALL For the first year, Muhlenberg football- ers played in a league, the Tri-County league, and football season at Muhlenberg High pro- vided thrills, chills, and Contact galore, with the marching unit handling the school spirit aspect of the game. Most of the Muhls, home games were played in the spacious confines of beautiful Municipal Stadium. These- pages hold the memory of an important touchdown, the prolific figure of Mr. Stefl, our esteemed coach, and other highlights of Muhlenberg's autumn' sports parade. ' 'V ..., ,ff --5 " -f' TEA f F' MR. HAROLD STEFL Head Coach MR. ,LLOYD CLEMENS Director of Athletics FIRST ROW Cl. to r.D: Randy Adam, Robert Dutt, Richard Greenawalt, Steven Sharp, Thomas Snyder, Cary Weber. SECOND ROW: Robert Schmauder, James Flynn, Fred Arbogast, Dennis Fick, Bradley Reist, Glenn Stech, Paul Bare, Zigmund Gregonis THIRD ROW: Dale Weidner, Thomas Yentsch, Paul Holland, Managerg David Walton, Managerg Mr. Quentin Keath, Equipment Managerg Mr. Robert Steinmetz, Coachg Mr. Leonard Moll, Coach. FOURTH ROW: Frank Sekella, Donald Hamaker, Ronald Hamaker, Scott Baum, William Rowe, John Haggerty, Thomas Snyder. I02 AND CONTACT GALORE IN THE FALL Alan Loch and Richard Greenawalt penetrate the throng of- welcoming band members and majorettes at Municipal Stadium. "62" is the lucky number, as Zigmund Gregonis seems enchanted with the pre-game activity, and Mr. Stefl Walks away from the camera in the background. Section two of the football squad includes-FIRST ROW fl. to r.J: James Greth, Donald Himmelberger, John Troutman, George Saltzman, -Dick Hoffmaster, Brian Bates. SECOND ROW: William Adams, Robert Sheehan, Leslie Shomo, Harvey Smith, Allan Knepp, Wlllram Henne, Barry Huey. THIRD ROW: Mr. Paul McLaughlin, Coach, Mr. Harold Stefl, Head Coach, Brad Schaadt, .lack Spohn, Paul Bauer, Richard Trischler, Terry Hagenman. FIFTH ROW: Frank Pellegrini, Harry Tobias, Daniel Podurski, Alan Loch, Robert Kline, John Wiand, Jerry Shuker. '03 BRUTAL LINE COMBAT HARD GLENN STECH Tackle PAUL BABE Guard BRAD REIST Tackle ZIGMUND GREGONIS Guard x? rl is , H Q 0 1 D a imp 9 K, U 9 43 m w 4 Q9 Cheerleaders Provide Pep BOB SCHMAUDER defies Cornwall tackler with burst of speed. FRED ARBOGAST, Blue and Gold halfback, bucks the Cornwall line for an eight yard gain. RUNNING, THRILLS LOYAL FANS FRED ARBOGAST Back DENNIS FICK End CARY WEBER Back TOM SNYDER Back Bates, 59, pursues Cornwall receiver Muhl football team receives final instructions from Mr. M-3j01'0U0S S-Park football faI1S- Stefl as pre-game tension fills the air. NETMEN DIG TENNIS TENNIS 1' XQXYQQ. ?Y5'QQ 4 4,03 4: N QQQQ' X fWW,DXX xx'Q,,9 x ZQ:'?03 fi X! goygvv . fmwwf ,X Y fx, WW' 'QQ f e 9 . " 4, A x f y' f 46", 'V V What a racket! Mr. Marth, coach of the tennis team, is Q Xf shown here-with John Herbine, the lone holdover letterman. KQA X x W AV This year, the tennis squad was coached by Mr. Olin Marth, and even. though the lVluhls didnlt X win the Davis Cup, they yvill never forget the good, clean fun that they had as Muhlenberg netmen. My QQQVND fp , . fa Qi! , X The tentative tennis squad for the 1960 season includes-FIRST ROW, left to right: Donald Gardner and John Herbine. SECOND ROW: Bruce Miller, Paul Bare, Mr. Marth, Denis Fick, Jeff Bell, and Gary Frank. IO6 HARRIERS ARE ON THE GO CROSS COUNTRY f , ll 1 7 -ffl ,qw O? .,.,,.,-- 5 Y--' X Speeding along the horizon are Lee Braun, Jan Phillips, Roger --' "T," Behrenhauser, Jay Abramowitch, Andrew Prydybasz, Robert Snyder, 7' .f fn,-,K " Andrew Johnson, Muhlenberg harriers. A W X . i seg ' 4? ,, I" 417' "I ,gif .ffilf - . 'N iffy" 'W' 1253 , 5, Over lull, over dale, as they -fN- "f, 'A ff sfigxrri -- , , - 'fre IV' ,gf"'l h1t the dusty tra1l, and the har- ,iw ig f " .7 riers go running along. Despite - sidestitches, abdominal palns, fal- j tering limbs, and loss of breath, iii, 7 - egg! rg ... the dlstance men press on, com- -Ef .bit J? :pl H "' -417'-' .gil ....,m': - ...H ' vnu: Q A .:i '- - A .S 25 - -112:-si-Eh -- J4 The Muhlenberg High Cross Country squad includes-FIRST ROW, left to right: Andy Prydybasz, Robert Snyder, and .lan Phillips. SECOND ROW: Roger Behrenhausen, Andy Johnson, Jay Abramowitch, and Lee Braun. bining bodily stamina and intes- tinal fortitude, and enjoying cross country. COACH BROKENSHIRE MUHL TOSSERS RUN, HI BASEBALL - ,WM a EE' N 1- A. 4 T, FIELD - ,WR 3 ,s','5"fg., 1 , 2153: "vii - 3 352253: p'.fn,o -.if -Eg, 'I . " , , '- N-' 5:5 , Qin , , Q ix Iv Z ' 'Vi 1' I ., I g This work could lead to fatlgue. Mr. Donald F etterman, ' ' .' 3, 2-1 left, and Mr. Harold Stefl, Muhl baseball coaches. ' 1 Ifgfjf 1 ' f 1' ,aw I 1 F .ff Easel 4. :T " if ' - L 'i":'?,.,,f:' ' ,fl - 1 iasiienam' A , f gi --'-'H 55559595555 " fg., I 'A faq., ,eff Qsgxe- ::1ss:5gg::.,. if - - , je-1: f"5,,""T'f,..f Y""':z:ui?i:1:'1'-3 - fl i- L , 97 BT ' sr i V I g f ak 1 1 ' K ' J: - ' -3' "Qf.'l,f,,,e"1wt '-fffiflf - 5 -4 , V ' 6 -'3 7' " -Ki -',.g' ' ' ' ' ""' -'N - -1 --- - - -13:.:?4 - ' N , 1- - Ti - - - -isggzu i L '- This is an age of air travel, and Muhlenberg infielders are getting into the act. They are, left to right: Luther Kauffman, Terry Shaub, Tom Snyder, Larry Valariano, and Lee Braun. AND THROW WITH WINNING AUTHORITY GLENN STECH LEE BRAUN Muhl batters, William Adams and Bob Sch- mauder, strike a fearless pose. Terry Shaub crosses the bag in an attempt to complete the double play on a throw by Lee Braun. LUTHER KAUFFMAN TERRY SHAUB I 09 CHEERLEADERS PROVIDE PEP Mr. Henry Hoffman, lower right, is adviser of the cheerleaders. They are, left to right: Barbara Steinle, yell queen, Judy Spatz, Sandy Broomhall, Sandra Wertz, Marcia Hackerty, Joan Gartman, Cathy RothermelQ and Doris Hassler. CHEERLEADERS Who were the girls whose presence forced the students to rock the roof at pep rallies? Who, after everyone had given up, yelled loud and clear, proclaiming the chance of victory? Yes, each cheerleader represented the spirit and sportsmanship that Muhlenberg is proud to call her own. Why should these girls have lost their voice, composure, and fingernails for the sake of a school victory? They made these sacrifices because they wanted to contribute to every Victory. The cheerleaders were an intimate part of every team, for they represented the inspiration that forced desire and the fulfillment of potentials in every player. IIO The junior varsity squad forms Mary Gartman. Kneeling, left to Sandra Gallo, Rebecca Bowers, Hughes, June Davis, and Sandra a "V" around captain, right: Linda Fetterman, Maxine Seleski, Sheila Grim. MERMEN PROVIDE DEPTH FIRST ROW, left to right: Eric Rossiter, Frank Pellegrini, David Ott, Randy Adams. SECOND ROW: Terry Curtis, Brad Schaadt, Dona1d,Himn'1elberger, Mr. Stritinatter. THIRD ROW: Gerard Geho, Sherwood Boyer. FOURTH ROW: Gerald Shuker, Cary Weber, Larry Weidner, Alan Knepp, Steve Sharp, Vincent Carpenter, Joe Shrum. SWIMMING TEAM if I itftifttiiiiigefng iiltt , 1 g et ,X , W g,,1,5qgfgj,.1-33 ig . 5 ,Q 4 4 1 3 I , '1y.i2'ff4"WId'33'-9'5417751'LTV' Tfr9:ff.'1T'fQ3f?X3iY" z I ln if if ' ii, A gym Y v-ai nxggiyx n.f,.+f"1 We :gg .. ev . -a, 3,,g. :mf W 'af f X. 2 1 -weisifi 5 52 T pm? I 5, 5 I V, 'Q 1, ,wi 11 K - vw I I it T :ref 'f-Aw ' . 3 , .mag A , 1 if s 1 i1"i '1i:1 S1 wi! 11:3 I I -S iuuigpiit 5 I ww 1 filfi5S115i1E5l'2 ' I I ft ' si if 51223-E3 n a "Darn, I didn't want to "Come here, feet!" COHCII CARL STRITTMATTER get my hair wet!" BRAD SCH A ADT SHERWOOD BOYER I I I BASEBALL AND GOLF HELP TO GLEN STECK and BOB SCHMAUDER "Murderers Row" of Muhlenberg LARRY VALERIANO uGet away from me with that camera, or I'11 clobber you." CRAFTY HEARTY SLUGGERS CATCHER5 AND THEIR COACH WILLIAM ADAMS "Anyone care for an apple?" MR. DONALD FETTERMAN Head Coach HI told you to hit the ball, not the catcher!" COMPRISE AN ACTIVE SPRING SPORTS SCHEDULE 4'Anyone for a round?" Stuart Adams poses with club in hand. MR. JAMES BROKENSHIRE Coach GOLF Ike has nothing on Muhlenberg High, for while our putt minded president is chipping them on the White House lawn this spring, Mr. James Broken- shire and his 18-hole maniacs are out on Pleasant Hill golf course fighting sun stroke and sky-high scores. Even though golf is only a minor sport, there are always enough participants to field a team. Each year Muhlenberg golf addicts hike from hole to hole enjoying their favorite sport. The lone returning letterman this year is Stu Adams, and Mr. Broken- shire will undoubtedly be scouting the miniature golf courses for the talent to comprise a winning team. "Fore" "Hit that bloody ball." Stu blasts off. TRACKSTERS WORK HARD TRACK AND FIELD Muhlenberg's senior track participants, standing, left to right, Darrel Cystian and Denis Fickg front row, Gary gieber, Gerald Hain, James Klemmer, Alan Knepp, Charles Manmiller, Mark Powers, James Flynn, Paul Bare, and 'arry Huey. MR. PAUL McLAUGHLIN MR. JAY SCHMITT Head T rack Coach Assistant Coach km.. 11: gi E TO PERFECT RUNNING STYLE Paul '6Yogi" Bare, captain "Thank you, Kathryn . . . and now I'm going to teach you the rhumha! A one, two, ,step . . . " "I gotta' crow." James Klemmeir hurls the shot-put. In track, sprinters work on their starts and distance men must acquire the endurance necessary to be a winning miler. To throw the shot-put, javelin, or discus, the track participant must develop a definite form, and build on his distance from day to day through concentration and practice. As soon as basketball ends, the tracksters are out in the freezing wind, getting in shape for the upcoming season. Muhlenberg track and field teams are drilled by Mr. Paul McLaughlin, a teacher at C. E. Cole Junior High School and Mr. J ay Schmitt, who is also a faculty member at Cole. The track meets are conducted on the Muhlenberg athletic field. The programs consist of individual running events, Weight competition, the high jump, the hurdles, the javelin throw, and relay races, to name a few. GERALD HAHN: Going through the motions of starting and finishing with a smile on his face and a pain in his stomach. Il5 STEINMETZ COMPLETES FIRST The Muhls, in dark uniforms, lead Perry 21-3, when Jay Abramowitch wins the tap from ,lim Wertz of the Admirals. Other Muhlenberg players are .lan Phillips, left, and Bobby Schmauder. Jan Phillips attempts a shot, as dark suited Muhls rush to the scene of the action. BASKETBALL MR. ROBERT STEINMETZ Coach Hustle, determination, and ability af- ford an accurate description of a basket- ball team that Muhlenberg will never for- get. Mr. Robert Steinmetz is the man who made them click, for in his initial year, the admirable cqach led the basketeers to victories galore. Charlie Ebbert, a sophomore, started sev- eral games, an accomplishment to be cher- ished. Each man played his part in the pattern of winning, and represented Muhl- enberg in regal Blue and Gold fashion. GLENN STECH RICHARD KOHL II6 PHIL CALABRIA SEASON IN WINNERS' CIRCLE i I E TOM YENTCH DENNIS STBIN BILL ADAMS J LEE BRAUN JAN PHILLIPS i , BOB SCHMAUDBB Jay Abramowitch is up in the air for a shot against West Reading. Muhlenberg lost JAY ABRAMOWITCH the first game with the Cowboys, 97-52. BOYS AND GIRLS ENJOY C h P l Mclgau hlin oses with his J.V. team, left to right: Robert Manwiller, Harry Tobias, Dick Hoffmaster, Donald oac , au g p Clouser, Elwood Briel, Thomas Binkley, Alan Loch, Jack Spohn, Scott Baum, John Haggerty, Roger Behrenhausen, and John Troutman. The skills that they have learned on the junior varsity team will enable them to make the big jump to varsity next year. Roger Behrenhausen, Muhl sharpshooter, sinks a one-hand set shot, as the official admires his form. I I 8 JUNIOR VARSITY John Troutman, 15, outjumps a Cow- boy opponent in a game against West Reading. MR. PAUL McLAUGHLIN Coach BASKETBALL DURING WINTER SEASON i I T,?. The basketball team, from left to right, FIRST ROW: Sandra Wertz, Marcia Hackerty and Patricia Ney, SECOND ROW: .leanne Trout, Mary LaBrecque, Sandra Gallo, Darlene Smith, Louise Cox, Diann Schmauder, and Patricia Ritz, THIRD ROW: Patricia Sher- man, Carol Stephens, Maxine Seleski, Pamela Wolfe, Linda Endy, Faye Haeseler, Karen Yeager, and .loan Gartman. GIRLS ' BASKETBALL Will!! l 2 1f'n 5 :' T o To 'I SE , Q 1' O A ' J X xX X MISS MARJORIE HODGKINS Coach II9 7 GIRLS' HOCKEY ADDS HOCKEY The Muhlenberg High School girls' hockey team, top row, left to right: Patricia Sherman, Anna Delp, Sandra Long, ' h ld Bonnie Bush, Linda Crain, Sandra Stull, Sherry Scaltz, Marlene Hart, Margaret Schwartz, Judith Ada.1ns, Romaine Rein o , Joanne Adams, Rebecca Bowers, Marian Pelligrini. Third row: Carol Stephens, Sheila Hughes, Josephine Steck, Jean Koller, Beverly Holl, RoseAnn Penturelli, Mary Wentzel, Carol Bear, Jeanette Goss, Darlene Smith, Judy Hartburger, Linda Fetter- man, Ruth Copelin, Sylvia De Santis, Carol Rossi, Linda Endy. Second row: Joyce Mattes, Ellen Bachman, Judy Rumer, Mary LaBrecque, Gail Ammarell, Sandra LaBrecque, Patricia Ritz, Maxine Seleski, Sandra Gallo, Dianne Schmauder, Patricia ' ' ' ' ' H k A drea Schlicher, Woliyung, Jackie Kieffer, Miss Hodgkins. First row. Louise Cox, Karen Yeager, Marcia ae erty, n Patricia Ney, Marcia Helms, Sandra Wertz, Virginia Greer, Mary Gartman, Faye Haesler. At Muhlenberg, the weaker sex takes an active part in the athletic program during the year. They play hockey and basketball teams on the county wide level, and their intramural activities include basketball and volleyball. Miss Marjorie Hodgkins, gym and health instructress, handles these sports as Well as athletic-minded organizations. Hockey is no soft sport by any means, and girls' basket- ball, despite the variations, requires a great deal of profi- ciency. So, watch out, boys, your girl friend may be a wrestler. The hockey team and its fans watch the game with much enthusiasm. 120 EMININE TOUCH TO SPORTS 'gPut it in, Hacklv Marcia Hackerty and Pat Ney struggle to push the ball into the cage as the Fleetwood girls defend their goal. '4Touch6" Marcia Helms, co-captain, and Louise Cox battle furiously for possession. ACTION UNLIMITED Marcia Hackerty, Mary Gartman, and Sandra LaBrecque, left to right, seem to have lost the ball in the grass. MISS MARJORIE HODGKINS Coach Muhlenberg girls engage in hockey stick warfare during a practice session. I2I SURPRISEJ g .lay Abramowitch, 52, pumps a one-hander over Ed Kutz, Cougar defender, as Bill Adams, 42, and Lee Braun look on. Jay is surrounded by the entire Kutztown team as he fights for an important rebound. 1 I22 MUHL'S SNAP STREAKS OF KUTZTOWN BOWS MUHL'S CORRAL Muhlenberg proved that winning streaks were established to. be broken by ending very impressive strings of victories accumulated by West Readingds Cowboys, and the Cougars from Kutztown. The latter came in the third game of the season at the C. E. Cole battleground. Much to the surprise of the fans from both teams, the highly favored Cougars could not build a substantial lead. A tied regulation game led to an exciting overtime period that saw the Kutztown array lose to a hustling, defense-minded Blue and Gold quintet. The Muhls, playing a similar brand of ball, brought a West Reading thirty-four game streak to an abrupt end by besting the scrappy Cowboys, 66-64 at Cole. Bob Schmauder, light uniform, drives past Lee Deturk of Kutztown as Dick Hauck, 33, observes the action. DIVISION CHAMPION COWBOYS AND COUGARS TO MUHLENBERG COWBOY CHAMPS This packed house represents a small fraction of the mob that was turned away from the West Reading game due to lack of space. The Muhls repulsed the Cowboys, 66-62. Bill Adams, left, and ,lan Phillips, right, I prepare to leap into action, as Jay Abramo- Witch battles Hffufs Haas of West Reading The five seniors, left to right, Lee Braun, Bill Adams, Jay Abramo- for rebou d t . ' - ' n 110511011 wltch, Glenn Stech, and Bob Schmauder, helped to make their last game against West Reading a memorable contest. g WRESTLING: ATHLETIC ADDITION Gorgeous George has nothing on Muhlenberg, for this year our school has initiated a wrestling prpgram for team competition. The plans for the future foretell a league consisting of Berks County schools, but for the time being, a developing pro- cess of trial contests was arranged. The grapplers, under the guidance of Mr. Olin Marth, learned the fundamentals of legitimate Wres- tling, not to be confused with the rock and roll that Wrestling aspirants exercise in preparation for upcoming is Seen on television' matches. Pictured are Doug Kegerise, James Spinka, Alvin Miller, Edward Reese, Warren Greth, Douglas Henne, Bill Henne, and Doug Katzenmoyer. I 23 Lee Braun leaps to snag a rebound in a pre- season basketball drill. MAGIC MOMENTS 1960 PRODUCES MANY MEMORABLE Muhlenberg's cheerleaders, left to right: Sandy Broomhall, Marcia Hackerty, .loan Gartman, Barbara Steinle, Cathy Rothermal, Sandy Wertz, and Judy Spatz, raise the roof at a football game. 'FQW .. E ,F ' W Eli. . f H E , Q H itsligiiil , "Which Way to the beach?,' Gerald Hain, Muhlenberg sprinter, crosses the finish line. 1959- 1960 "Mac, in the name of the team I would like to 'iCh00 Ch00 Train" present you with this ball. Go put some air in it." l24 ATHLETIC ENDEAVORS AT MUHLENBERG 6'All for one, and one for all" is the topic of discussion as the footballers receive last minute instructions from their coach. BOBBY SCHMAUDER Senior Signal-caller Muhlenberg fans are on the rampage and it looks like we're winning, Les Shomo, a defensive ace, scored a touchdown in his first year of varsity ball as a senior. Elwood "Elgin" Briel applies the soft touch at a J.V. practice Donald Clouser attempts to block the shot. Sal Messina, left, and Ralph DiGuardi, former Muhlen- berg athletes, seem to he saying, "They sure had great teams when we were at school." 9 gs Us L T sl ?s K, 2 5:1 'VN ,f , 3 . V ff! . .' jf5,g E5evs, f ,fl ,, ,. . .fm ,f ,T ' Q2 S2 A F S W f Yi 'Z 33' 0 GMES g X 4,11 f 4' MW W2 .W V ' , ,,,,,.,,,,w MFQQQLQQQ,-v,f,.,w jf., 'Jil If 44 gm, ses: in-f f, K A A ' H Q ' V W B, ,gn f ,M A, . 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'fl SL 3 ' ,R F R13 if V, wg his-4 is .iff v 'n MANY STUDENTS ATTEN THE JUNIOR- SENIOR PROM The Tillman Fisher Orchestra gave us "music to dream by." She loves me, she loves me not! David Walton and Jackie Kieffer pause under a willow tree. l28 Buenas,Dizis. Pat Mehle and John Herbine are going to begin their night of fun. JUNIOR-SENIOR PROM The annual junior-senior prom of 1959 was held on June 11, from 8 to 12 p.m., at the Reading Country Club. The girls arrived dressed in beautiful gowns and the boys in tuxedos. The couples whirled around the dance floor to the muisic of The Tillman Fisher Orchestra. After the dance the seniors had an all night party at the Temple Inn. A full length movie was shown and breakfast was served. i Gene Delp leave the dance. Jeanette Goss out of the car. Sitting this one out??? Pat Williams, Bruce Miller, Diane Rohrbacher and Bobby Kline rest their weary feet. W l x vm,-an-. ly Buenas Noche. Barbara Cregar and Gentleman'??? Wally Weber helps T Si N XS X X 5 X Xvi R I29 CLASS PLAY, "REST ASSURED" Rest Assured, the senior class play of 1959, was directed by Mr. Glenn H. Woods. It was held in the high school auditorium on November 22 and 23, at 8 p. m. The story concerns a grouchy middle-aged man, lVlr. Morlock, who puts Wealth before his family. He Won't permit his daughter to marry the son of a meat cutter. Arguments start between both families and the meat cutter "dies" of a heart attack. His Hspiriti' comes back to haunt Mr. Morlock and finally he udiesf' While he is "dead" he learns how ugly he has been to his family and promises to do better if he is given another chance. But it was all just a dream. Mr. Morlock okays the wed- ding and peace finally reigns over the Morlock household. 4'Just because he's a doctor, he thinks he's a big operator." David Walton is having a hard time getting through HW' to Donna Williams and Kenneth Reitz. Q ily "" X y fl ' .Fig tt '+I 3'muv.'ni ltis 'Twig Q- . ii! 4- And away We go! Dennis Rahn is just about ready to put David Walton flat on the f1oor.A Looking for bugs? Andy, Linda, and David check over David's accounts, while Jeanette goes to the door. 'W 'Wie- , g i f 41 " t y?.l,h il 'S I. ,A+ e 4w'?2""'? F I Nw 1 5' f ' . Qu . Q Q 1 . 5 s GX 5 1 x I30 WAS SUPERNATURAL AND COMICAL Down we go! Andy, Judy, Linda, Barbara, Donna, David, and Dennis, are all concerned about Jeanette. '4Hi hain't ere to peddel papers hi hain't.7, Barbara, Johnny, Joanne, and Dennis, listen eagerly to Gene, while David looks on. Pow! Ri Barbara, Dennis. 29 A .M X 1 ah CM ii 2' fi h 'J 5 7 J ' CAST Mr. Morlock ............................ David Walton Father Mrs. Morlock ...........,............ Donna Williams Mother Mary .... . ..................... Barbara Steinle Daughter Jessica ....,.. .,.......................... J udith Spatz Daughter Mildred ..... ..l....................... J eanette Goss Maid foe .........................................,.v John Herbine Luigi's son Luigi Lanconi ..........,................. Dennis Rahn Meat cutter Martha ...... ........................... J oanne Snyder Luigi's wife Lucifer ....., ................................. L eo Braun Devil Miss Akers ............................ Linda Rossiter Secretary George ............................ Andrew Prydybasz Lawyer Mrs. Schmaltz .................... Sandra Ohnmacht Lucifer's companion Dr. Brown ......................,......... Kenneth Reitz Doctor Mr. Black ................................ Bruce Miller Undertaker fake ............................................ Gene Delp News boy Mrs. F rinck ................................ Dor1s FIGS Washer woman REST ASSURED ght in the kisser! Johnny, and Donna, are shocked at the behavior of David and THE JUNIOR CLASS PLAY SHOWS Shall we dance? Diane Rorhbacher and Sandra Ohnmacht try and help Donna Williams, while Judith Spatz just watches. The junior class play, entitled "Tish," by Alece Chadwick was presented on March 20 and 21, 1959, in the high school auditorium. Mr. Glenn H. Woods was director of the play and under his supervision the 13 members of the cast were chosen. Playing the title role in "Tish" was Donna Williams, who was a middle-aged spinster, out- spoken and possessed a youthful spirit. Sandra Ohnmaeht and Diane Rohrbacher por- trayed two of '4Tish's7' close friends. Ellen, who ran the Eagle Hotel and who was on the verge of losing it when "Tish" and her friends arrived, was portrayed by Judith Spatz. The story is mainly about '4Tish,,' how she kept Ellen from losing her hotel, and the comical adventures which follow. The Line-up. The cast of "Tish." My, what a big mouth! Ross Lloyd tries to shoot Sherry Albert. TISH l32 Masquerade party? Diane, Donna, and Sandy are indulging in 'an interesting conversation. THAT SOME STUDENTS ARE BORN COMEDIANS . The junior class play of 1960 was entitled "The Little Dog Laughed." It was under the direction of Mr. William E. Abramowicz. 6'The Little Dog Laughed" is a comedy in three acts which deals with the lives of Laure Huntington and her family. She is a psychology major, who comes home from college expecting to find a normal family, but finds a 'cbunch of psychological knots." Her father is a used-car dealer who is afraid his much-needed bank loan won't go through. Her mother is over-anxious and nervous about a tea to which she has invited the Wife of the bank president. Her brother insists on going usteadyv with the daughter of his father's rival. Miss Gustavesky, a part-time helper around the house, is interested in a bird fancier and taxidermist. Darryl Smith, Luther Kauffman, and J ay Spancake, live it up by doing the 'gCan Can." N ,Mg f ,Wilt 0 ,,".f. Clifford Nevin and Jay are having a battle, while Ruthann Shaver, Joyce Mattis, Luther, and Darryl look on. Jay, Luther, and Darryl are at it again. Here they demonstrate a new kind of dance. . Isn't romance wonderful? Claire Cleaver and Cliff Nevin from a scene in the play. l33 MUHL REVUE AND READING FAIR The annual Muhl Revue was held in the high school auditorium April 25 and 26, 1959. 'The Muhl Revue is a variety show consisting of pant04 mimes, solo and group dancing, comedy skits, solo and group singing, walk-ons, commercials, and on the street interviews. This was a big affair at Muhlenberg and it drew a large crowd both nights. James Scaltz was master of ceremonies and Linda Wolf and Nancy Endy were the lovely pages. Jimmy made a booming entrance on a little two-wheeler bicycle at the beginning of the show. It was a madhouse behind stage before curtain call and between performances. Every one rushed around getting changed into their costumes and Waiting tensely. All the performers were told to be very quiet, but you might say they were-loudly quiet. Muhlaires sang Stormy Weather and Mood Indigo and Muhlteers sang Tumbling Tumbleweed. Charles Coco did a novelty dance in which he used his stomach as a head. He danced to the Happy Whistler. Isn't it cute? Here's Eddie Coco doing a novelty dance. F James Scaltz, master of ceremonies, watches as a gang of students pile in the telephone booth. The boy and girl dance line gives a performance the night of the Muhl Revue. '4Well done, kids!" The Muhl Revue cast take their last hows. I34 4 CREATE FUN FOR THE STUDENTS All of the Muhlenberg students were excused for a day, to enjoy themselves at the Reading Fair. Even though the fair is practically the same every year, the students still enjoyed themselves to the fullest. Some of the students Went to the fair every night it was open. You could see boys and girls walking by, eating cotton candy, trying to win teddy bears, and taking rides on all the mechanical devices. One night a gang of Muhlenberg students locked hands, made a long train, and paraded up the midway singing songs and dancing. It really was fun for those participating. Another night you might have seen many students sitting and standing in the grandstand to see Fabian. Two Muhlenberg students had a private interview with Fabian and thought he was just ugreatf' Boy, is that good! Beverly Holl enjoys her cotton candy. i l Ziggy Gregonis and Denis Fick seem to be having fun on the merry-go-round. Don't That's "Fabulous Fabeu all right. hldf-,Wa11yWebbr! Fabian was at the Reading Fair for three days. Who won, girls? Marcia Hackerty, Sandy Engle- hart, Virginia Smith, Linda Rothenberger and Joan Gartman try their luck at bingo. ' las MAY QUEEN AND HER COURT Seated on the throne is the May Queen, Barbara Steinle, and standing in back of her is her escort, Robert Schmauder. Part of her court and their escorts are, from left to right: Judith Spatz and Robert Kline, JoAnn Hughes and Gerald Hain, Dyanne Kuns- man and Barry Huey, Diane Rohrbacher and William Adams, and Linda Rossiter and Donald Gardner. ARE PANIC-STRICKEN ON MAY DAY Seated above IS the Maid of Honor, .loan Gartman, and standing behind 'her is her escort, Warren Weber. The other part of the court and their escorts are, from left t ' h : L ' o rig t ynda Wood and Leslie Shomo, Sandra Englehart and Norman Garner Virginia Greer and Samuel R' h d ' ' ic ar son, and Marcia Helms and .lay Abramowitch. The and seniors. The court consisted of the May Queen, Maid of Honor, and ten senior girls. Each student was given a sheet of paper with all the senior girls' names on them, and was told to vote for one girl only. May Day was held May 2, and it began at 2 o'clock in the afternoon. Before the procession began, the girls were all rushing around getting dressed in their formal gowns and putting make-up on, while their escorts waited for them. All the rushing must have done some good, because the girls looked beautiful as they Walked slowly with their escorts to the side of the queenls platform. The queen took the seat of honor on the platform, decorated with beautiful flowers. The maid of honor crowned the' queen with a lovely crown of sweet-smelling flowers. Then students performed dances and songs in front of our queen and her court, accompanied by Blue Band. Muhlaires sang a selection and junior girls did the annual maypole dance. The recessional then took place. May Queen and her court were chosen this year by the sophomores, juniors, Charles Coco, Marcia Hackerty, and Virginia Greer were Muhlenberg's Eastern District Chorus members. Charles Coco and Virginia Greer were members of State Chorus this year. STUDENTS WERE PROUD i I Paul Bare received an award for County Football and Denis Fick received one for Tri-County. DISTRICT CHORUS STATE CHORUS COUNTY BAND COUNTY AND TRI-COUNTY FOOTBALL xl s Q no Robert Kline, Roger Behrenhausen, Warren Weber, Thomas Falkoweiz, and Alan Knepp were selected to be members of county band. I38 TO BE IN COMPETITIVE ACTIVITIES This year county chorus and county band gave their annual concert, December 12, in the Brandywine Heights High School, Topton. County Band accompanied county chorus and later gave a concert of their own. The Eastern District Chorus gave its concert January 9, at 8 p. m. It was held in the Nazareth High School in Nazareth, Pennsylvania. District band members tried out at Reading High School for their concert to be held on a later date. State' chorus members gave their concert at Kingston, Pennsylvania, January 31. A dance was held for them on Friday night, January 28, and a banquet Saturday night. Color Guard eagerly participated at football games and at the Reading Fair. , Paul and Denny were proud to receive awards for county Carlene Schaeffer, Cathy Rothermal, Eddie Coco, Bob football' Kline, Bruce Miller, Linda Potteiger, Virginia Greer, Sandy Wertz, Marcia Hackerty, and Pat Mehle are all members of county chorus. Sandy Englehart is missing from the picture. Above are the members of honor Society-1959, Elfagen Weber and Roger Behrenhausen are members of district an . , I 4. Q , Y E if 1 I r 111114114 4- ZW , IM u 1 p 'Y : I I I l I 5 The girls representing Muhlenberg's color guard are: Judith Kissinger, JoAnn Hughes, ' Doris Fics, .lean Koller, Linda Rossiter, Barbara Frey, and Patricia Williams. I39 K - 1 ':'.:6f':' in fgwgig ijygiiir. , .W , iiiztl 53 ' , , - . . we . ., 1 .Q .. V wi' ': as eil?-azz:fsiifffiflf-sf -. 4 if ' --M sn flag Z :.: f:,:,,x.E:55 ,Vi V gf -'.,, ,,,,h V Vg g - . , i f ' ---' X V if: xg! WV qw VW, . . , . 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Iglc? ,pi -1 Q, N L , , W ,. 5 2511 H 1 1 1, 1,nffrMJ"flM-l' 23 L Em XXX... mf ,A-.N W, 'WN I-,-,,,f""""l 4--...--f "ik-'Ar 'iff .xv ...Q My 5,5 M ,,,... W...M N.,- ,W W., ,WN Q --AN. X--an 1 I . D 4 ' 1 I WM--"YgL:I:f A 9 JANUARY WELCOMES THE NEW YEAR January is the first month to begin the new year. The excitement of the holidays is wearing off and people are beginning to adjust to their normal ways of living. At Muhlenberg, league basketball is added to the month's activities, but the girls, too, have their games. This year G.A.A. spon- sored a novelty dance, the 4'Hong Kong Hop," whose name amused many people. Two other things noted to come around January are the Student Council election and mid-term report cards. This enthusiastic crowd is watching the Muhls take another basketball victory. X Q Cf' it C kiffl' Q 'it ' O oO fBelowJ Sandra Englehart and Michael Heere enjoy drinking soda at the Hi-Y, Y-Teens party. I42 fCenter, right? Luther Kauffman, vice president, and Charles Coco, president, congratulate each other on their good luck in winning the Student Council election. fBottom, rightl Business law classes take serious interest in pre- senting a mock trial. FEBRUARY BRINGS WINTER CHEER CAboveJ John Herbine, Pat Mehle, and Sandra Wertz test the ice? ? ? on the skating pond. Fmqn Q6 Cf' 'Y' '53 30 5 o Q90 ao Q 09. Q ,Ig Leif: 'qw This includes, among all things, ice skating or some other sport which needs a last-minute snow. But most of all, February is looked forward to by the yearbook staff. Their deadline has finally arrived and after this month is over, they will have no more worries. Another important thing people remember about February is Ground Hog Day. Even if this little fellow does see his own shadow, don't worry, because February is the last winter month. Look out, boys, 1960 is leap year and it's all because of the month February. For being such a short month, February is filled with various activities. Valentine's Day brings the annual dance sponsored by Y-Teens, this year called the c'Heartbeat.7' Many look forward to this month to see the well-known majorette assembly, which always is a good show. Others look forward to it because it is usually the last month to have fun with winter activities, for spring is just around the corner. fCenter, rightl Beverly Hull, Patricia Wollyung, and Ellen Bachman take part in the Horizon Club play for assembly. CLeftJ Many students enjoy dancing at the annual Valen- tine dance. This is a worm's-eye view. fBe1owJ ,lacquelyn Kieffer, Judith Spatz, Lynda Wood, Joanne Rhorbach, Roseann Marberger, Sandra Englehart, Terry Shaub, and Michael Heere, some of the members of the yearbook staff, are taking it easy after the deadline is finally over. I43 IN MARCH THE COLD WINDS BLOW March Winds do blow bringing spring fever to everyone and in many cases cupid, too, takes over. Students begin to feel freedom and wish to be outdoors instead of working diligently inside. Green is definitely the color as Saint Patrick's Day rolls along. The junior class presents their class play, this year being The Little Dog Laughed. The sophomores always sponsor the "Soph Hopi, in this month. Sport enthusiasts start warming up for the coming weeks. March is a big month for beginning this new season just right. .1--1 ,,.1 . B9 - ,.l..-1-- .li- fAboveP Judy Kissinger, Nancy Mattson, and Brenda Mattson are three models in the Y-Teens' fashion show. CCenter, leftl Mr. Harold Stefl belongs to the faculty bowling team. fBottom, left? Practicing for the junior glass play are Terry Summons, Claire Cleaver, Mr. Abrarnowitz, Luther Kauffman, and J ay Spancake. fBottom, rightl Sandra Miller and Zigrnond Gregonis take a walk on a sunny, spring day. APRIL RAIN MAKES FLOWERS GROW Dennis Stein and Luther Kauffman perform in the Muhl Revue. uApril showers bring May flowersw is a familiar expression known by all. Although it does rain often in April, there are also. many brighter days, such as April Foo1's Day. Everyone looks forward to this day so that they can play pranks on their friends. Easter, too, generally falls in this month. Dress-up day and a religious as- sembly is held to celebrate this holiday. Baseball and the other spring sports are now under way and the athletic field is often filled with spectators after school. Other features of this month are the 4'Muhl Revue" and student-teacher day. WWW f ff X11 X f err ...t- 1.-i ...L CTop, rightl Robert Schrnauder, student teacher, sends an offender, Gary Frank, from the classroom. fCenter, rightl Claire Cleaver, Paul Bare, Mary Gartmen, Leo Braun, Karen Yeager, and William Adams have their picture taken at a school dance. fBott0m, rightl Many spectators watch the Muhls play baseball. l SUNNY DAYS COME IN MAY lgliss Alta Horton directs the singing of Mixed Chorus during the Spring A Scene from atYPi0H1 MBV DRY- oncert. . I . I fhelowl Majorette Karen Mertz and the Blue Band parade down The month that IS really full of activities Penn Street on Memorial Day, is May. New fashions are modeled in the an- nual fashion show, and the Spring Concert, which is given by Mixed Chorus, is beautiful to young and old. The highlight of the month is the crowning of the May Queen and the appear- ance of her court, bringing also the May Queen Festival and fun for everyone. 10- X., V ,, u :ii X xgvg' QNX e ,-1 -Q-,AL +33-iygaf-1 , xg Ks. -ffwk, -- 11.1- "H, "'2.Pf:I!?A-1 1 t 4,555 101591 "'!h,Q',QQvB, P !""l Geraldine Wahl, '59, narrates, while Lynda Wood, Joann Trout- Luther Kauffman is the guest conductor at the Band Concert. man, '59, and Judith Spatz model in the sewing classes' annual fashion show. I46 JUNE BRINGS GRADUATION DAY Marcia Helms tries her hand at playing cricket The time that is long awaited by students all over is the month of June, Final examina- tions and the close of school brings thoughts of the coming summer. For the seniors it means the prom, class trip, baccalaureate services, and the ritual of commencement, which they go through with unhappy hearts. Two seniors take a last look at their alma mater N f Q X . . - - ,.. . 1 if N fabovel Horizon Club poses for a picture before starting on their weekend trip to Atlantic City. fleftl Sandra Wertz receives her model UN award from Stanley Michalak of Albright College, while David Walton, Barbara Canto, '59, Joan Gartman, and Marcia Hackerty look on. JULY'S DAYS ARE USUALLY HOT ftop leftl Dennis Stein poses as a lifeguard at Muhlenberg pool. Cmiddle leftl Lynda Endy, Sherry Scaltz, and June Davis have fun at' the pool on Ronald Schriener's, Bruce Miller's, and Robert Kline's shoulders. I48 The disk jockeys spin records at the Optimist Club dances, which are heard over the radio. The highlighted month of the summer is July. Teen- agers all over spend their days bustling with activity or loafing, and some are ambitious enough to get jobs. Pools, tennis courts, and many other familiar places are crowded with fun loving people. Evenings are spent at drive-in movies, barbecues, and dances. All in all, July is the ideal summer month. o 0 oe H Q Po O N1 A U ' viz? Teenagers dance to music at the Optimist Club in the Cole .lunior High School gym. IN AUGUST THE SHORE IS A FAVORITE SPOT August is the month which brings the summer sea- son to a rapid close. Many people take vacations to the shore, while others prefer to have parties or gather in groups at favorite places such as the local bowling alley. Talk of school, which is soon to begin, is heard almost everywhere, and the football players, filled with an eager desire to win, toil daily in the sun. This all means that the autumn season is soon to commence. fe: 6 , fc -- 47- Rick Nelson sings at Steel Pier. Ctop right? Football practice for the gridiron men at Muhlenberg starts in August. fmiddle rightl .lacquelyn Kieffer, Patricia Wollyung, Donna Williams, and Diane Rohr- bacher pose on the boardwalk in Atlantic City. Cleftl James Flynn steps up to howl while .lohn Herbine, Jay Abramowitch, and Charles Coco wait their turn. I49 SEPTEMBER SENDS YOU BACK TO SCHOOL Charles Reppert assumes his daily duty of raising the flag. l50 '2 .ludith Spatz and Jeanette Goss watch Fabian at the Reading Fair. School is usually the first thing that comes to mind when one mentions September. Our term starts soon after Labor Day, but we have our first vacation about two weeks later. This is the time everyone goes to the Reading Fair. Walking the midway, watching the stage shows, riding the amusements, or just plain eating are some of the activities enjoyed by students. ln September our fall sports also begin, which in- cludes girls, hockey. Every night after school you will see our athletes practicing hardily. September is the month for start- ing school off right. Y kk lu 'xt Fixx 55 1 "V Wniff 7 ' ie Aa 5' il Aww? 1 i-" ' 1' af f l, ll' .1 V' 'V 1 F' "5 1' 1 ,Il L 'Aw' tri., fry jf, ffl, ffjgft it liqlttllurgx x 'j.f'xQ7,i,,.a:4t Tirgm,-:g.f6j'L17l.-u i .Q-12' f7 AP. L ', 1" fl 'ig ie fi s Q , ---R -fffgad 3:1 tag! -S n r ! I V ivrfqffxits., ' -it--ML g - 4 --asain- , , fy e g lib' be so as 'iffifi i?:i" fx F 'iTu2F72"-3 if fffieci QQ The hockey team battles Fleetwood for a goal. 5 OCTOBER DAYS ARE CRISP AND COOL CTop leftl Mr. Clyde Gamber explains the magazine drive to David Walton, Ruth Bridegam, and Mildred Moyer. fTop rightb John Herbine, Charles Coco, Bruce Miller, and Leo Braun sing as a barbershop quartet in the Observer assembly. fBelowD The annual bonfire is one of the highlights of the school year. fAboveJ Several seniors show off their new class rings. This year our money making project, the magazine drive, got under way in October. The profits were used for various organiza- tions and other school needs. October was also the month when the Observer staff staged their assembly. This is usually a variety show given to tell the students about the school publications and to pro- mote sales. The seniors looked forward to this month because they received their class rings. The annual bonfire, too, was fun for all. Everyone paraded through the streets of Laureldale and returned to the school where the first fire was litg everyone joined in on the pep rally. Alf a ' Ti if Gai ? 42 ,A THANKSGIVING DAY FALLS IN NOVEMBER 1 fi I C November is usually known for Thanks- giving Day. On the day before Thanks- giving vacation, the Well-known turkey is served in the cafeteria. A religious assem- bly is also presented to the students to keep with the real thought of Thanksgiving, being thankful for their many blessings. This past November, the senior class play, Rest Assured, was presented. Report cards and open house were other features of this month. Open house is a time set aside for parents to visit the teachers at school. This occurs during American Education Week. The big school events of the month were the homecoming football game and the Varsity Drag. I52 CTop rightl, Donna Williams, Dennis Rahn, Andrew Pry- dybaz, and David Walton are in this scene from the senior class play, Rest Assured. fTop left? William Daly, Linda Ro-ssiter, and Alvin Miller participate in a play showing UN functions. fCenter right? Reverend Gockley, Virginia Greer, Marcia Hackerty, and Mr. Schmehl, principal, take part in the Thanksgiving assembly. .-. f. C. Uielowj Robert Kline, Patricia Wolfe, and Pamela Wolfe buy their Thanks- giving turkey in the cafeteria. HOLIDAY GAIETY COMES WITH DECEMBER l l fAbovel Miss Annette Kiesling displays her decorated homeroom door for Christmas. O O o O N, 0 6 N' o I 6 0 o ls A 0 O 0 O C . 0 0 Mx 4? 9 5 6 o 0 o 0 O o 0 fBelowJ ,lay Abramowitch tries for a basket in the game with West Reading. The other players are: Red Goodwin, Ron Krick, Mike Formicone, and I ack Moyer. fAboveJ Mary LaBrecque takes part fAboveJ Sandra Sabatino and Kath- in the Christmas assembly, leen Smith enjoy themselves at the Hi-Y, Y-Teens Christmas party. QBelowl Linda Rossiter dances in assembly. December is the month when every person's heart is filled with the joy of Christmas spirit. The city is bright with colorful lights, decking the streets and buildings. Homes are buzzing with excitement as families prepare for the coniing holidays. At school, the students decorate their doors and home- rooms, for they too are filled with the holiday spirit. On the day before Christmas vacation, every- one wears their Sunday best to school and a re- ligious assembly is held in keeping with the true meaning of Christmas. The '6Holly Hopi' is another event many people look forward to each year at this time. Basketball season also begins in this gay month. 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SHIPE, JR., Principal B.S., Albright College M.Ed., Temple University Theodore Roosevelt once said, 'There are two kinds of success. One is the very rare kind that comes to the man who has the power to do what no one else has the power to do. That is genius. Only a very limited. amount of the success of life comes to persons possessing genius. The average man who is successful is not a genius. He is a man who has merely the ordinary qualities that he shares with his fellows, but who has developed those ordinary qualities to a more than ordinary degree." Most pupils are "average men" with "ordinary qualitiesf' hut success in life is not beyond'-their grasp. The measure of success will depend upon how wellg and how early in life, these qualities are developed. You will never be able to begin earlier, nor will you have a better opportunity to prepare yourself. Prepare yourself well, begin now to develop your "ordinary qualities" and many doors will open to you in the future. Robert D. Shipe, Jr. FACULTY MRS. EVELYN S. BECKER B.S., Albright College Home Economics MRS. CATHERINE E. BREISCH Registered Nurse Reading Hospital Training School B.S., Kutztown State Teachers College School Nurse MRS. ELLA M. BRESLER B.S., Albright Collegeg Graduate work, Penn- sylvania State. Universityg Millersville State Teachers College Geography, Librarian MR. JAMES BROKENSHIRE B.S., Franklin and Marshall Collegeg Graduate work, Columbia University and New York Uni- versit Y Mathematics, Cross-Country 17 MEN AND 14 WOMEN MR. CHARLES E. BUCKWORTH B.S., East Stroudsburg Physical Education MRS. IDA E. GENSLEY B.S.,fPennsylvania State Univer- sityg M.Ed., Temple University Home Economics, Chef Club and Plan Menu for Cafeterias MR. LLOYD L. CLEMENS B.S., Albrightg Physical Ed., Penn State University Science, Health, Director of Ath- letics MR. HENRY D. HECKMAN A.B., Albright Collegeg Ed.M,, Harvard University Mathematics FACULTY MRS. EMMA P. EPLER B.S., Temple University Physical Eoucation, Health, Cheer- leaders, G.A.A., Intramural Sports MR. JEROME L. KOCHINSKY B.S., Kutztown State Teachers College 5 M.A. , University of Pennsylvania Science English MRS. JANE GAJEWSKI B.S., Albright College Mathematics, Geography, Science MR. J. ALBERT LEADER B.S., West Chester State Teachers Collegeg Lebanon Valley Collegeg University of Pennsylvania Vocal and Instrumental Music, Chorus Band, Dance Band MR. KENNETH H. MATZ B.S., West Chester State Teachers College General Science, Magazine Campaign MR. PAUL McLAUGHLIN B.S., West Chester State Teachers College Algebra, Football, Track MR. LUTHER B. MEARIG B.S., Millersville State -Teachers Collegeg A.B. Elizabethtown Collegeg University of Pennsyl vaniag ' M.A., Columbia University English, Reading, Adviser Cole Jr. News MR. LEONARD J. MOLL B.S., Kutztown State Teachers College General Science, Geography MISS MIRIAM E. MOYER B.S., Kutztown State Teachers College- MRS. MILDRED H. PRUTZMAN B.A., Hood College History, Junior High Y-Teens 66 COURSES WERE OFFERED MRS. HAZEL N. RAMSAY A.B., Albright College, Grad- uate Work, University of Penn- sylvania English and Reading MRS. ESTELLA I. RUPP B.S., Kutztown State Teachers College Art MRS. SARAH ANN SIMMONS B.A., Albright College English and Reading MR. HARRY SPATZ B.S., Millersville State Teachers Collegeg Tem- ple Universityg Penn State University Industrial Arts, General Metal, Adviser Cole Jr. Hi-Y MISS EDITH E. STAUDT A.B., Ursinus College, M.A., Columbia Uni- versity European Backgrounds MR. ROBERT STEINMETZ B.S., Kutztown State Teachers College English, Basketball, Football, Baseball MRS. CATHERINE WERTZ B.S., Lebanon Valley College History, Civics MR. JOHN ZAJAC A.B Scranton University Graduate Work, ' Y Temlgle University English, Latin, Reading I60 MR. E. BRAINERD REINERT B.S., Kutztown State Teachers College Geography, Hall Patrol MIFRIAY R. SCHMITT, B.S., Shippensburg State Teachers College Geography and Science, Football, Golf MRS. PEARL F. ROTHENBERGER Secretary to the Principal, C. E Cole Junior High School MR. WARREN R. SEIP B.S., Albright College History, Civics, Basketball, Base- hall FACULTY MISS OLIVIA C. M. RUFFNER Ph.B., Brown Universityg M.S., University of Pennsylvania Guidance Counseling, Student Council Publicity MR. JAMES B. SHANER, JR. Williamson Trade School Industrial Arts, Wood and Plas- tics, Girls' Plastic Club, Stage Manager, Highway Safety Patrol f . ?f?2Zf2Ei 2 -, f. . Q, pl 'mf-W ' vi L, . -,3S.!EABI,'g,-,fmjg ,ww ,,.5,, W My-1' -fm, law., H nuff 1. EH ,Qi WE Lg .:-f,.:..,,.. q L cz iw, za '1-z:1f5a,gg:'s ,ag-5g.:a::?g:a: . . is ggi mt' 1 -df. JN A A W Lb W 7'Q12Qmw + zflfff 3i2fK1J'5ii35,3?SL Q ,.,, 5' VL Efffkfw iw f d 52? 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'H I '-J , 3 John Rohrbacher Larry Rothenberger Orvis Rowe Linda Schaeffer Lynn Schmeck Jerry Schoener Elwood Seifert Michael Sharp Ronald Scheweheek Barry Shutter Robert Smith Patricia Starke Eileen Steely Carolyn Sumrall Christine Tobias David Vogel George Vogel Janice Wagner Donald Wary Carol Weaver Benton Wentzel Daniel Wentzel Susan Wertz David Weyandt Mary Wigersan .lane Wilson Carol Wise I an Wixon Ronald Acquiline Edwin Adams Charles Adams Joan Adams Mary Angstadt Pierre Annabelli Richard Bohner Thomas Bair Jeanne Bare Bonnie Beaver Terry Beebe Sandra Beecher Sandra Benton Claude Billman Larry Bittner ' Oswald Blandford Joanne Blewett Rosalyn Bloedow Barry Bollinger Gerald Bonano Darwin Border Carolyn Boyer Jerry Boyer Lynn Boyer Dennis Branco Timothy Braun Donna Brough David Burkhart Judith Burns Carolyn Carl Patricia Cassler Thomas Claar Daniel Clark Charles Cochran Darryl Conner Pat Corridan Sandra Cramer Gerald Dailey Carol Davis Suzett DeLong Robert Dewalt Lulu Dierolf Judith Dresher Larry Dunkle Karen Eberling Lolita Eberly Marcia Ellingswor Anna Marie Ellis Darlene Epler Donna Epting Beverly Ernst Ronald Eyrich Michael Faller David Fetterman Jean Flynn Sheila Freeman Judith Garber Craig Gassert Theda Gately Carol Gehrke Dianne Geiter' Carol Gilbert Elvira Gogluizza Sylvia Goodhart David Graeff Larry Greer J aniee Gricoski Robert Griesemer John Grill Michael Gusley Thomas Haas Carol Haesler Henry Haier Robert Haier Donna Hann Drew Harrison John Hart th EIGHTH GRADE STUDENTS BECAME CLASS OF 1964 ACQUAINTED WITH JUNIOR HIGH CLASS OF 1964 Donald Hassler George Hassler William Hauck Marilyn Havens Jackson Heffner Janice Heffner Carol Heister Leslyn Herb David Hinkle Jeanette Hoch Sharon Hodgkin David Hoffman Beth Holl Robert Hoster Barry Humbert Gloria Hummel Paul Hunsberger Sandra Hunsherger Barry Irwin Carol Jackson Daniel Jones Sandra Kalbach Melvin Katzenmoyer Kerry Keehn Patricia Keller Russell Kinsey Jean Kissinger Ronald Kistler Linda Kitchen Carolyn Kline Holly Knepp Marie Knutson Judith Korn Pauline Kostura Sandra Kreider Jacqueline Kremp Richard Krott Carol Leihold Judith Leisey Stephen ,Lessie Therman Lessig Carol Lutz Carol Mabry Ronald Maltby John Mana Bruce Manwiller James Marks Jane Martin Sandra Mattes Karalana Maurer Linda McCarter Keith McLauchlin Sharon Mertz Scott Meyer Michael Michalski Sandra Mohn Janet Moyer Donald Mullen Ronald Mundell Sturn Musser Christine Nagle Eileen Nardo Catherine Noll Stuart Nye Donna Oswald Walter Oudinot Peggy Oxenreider Petro Paskos Richard Price Steven Purdon Cynthia Rappaport Margaret Rauenzahn Lyndell Reber Ronald Reed Richard Reeser Lee Reiniger Linda Rentschler Dianne Rhoads Filomena Rodina Allen Rohrbach. Terry Rohrbacher David Roland Catherine Rothenherger Dennis Rowley .ludith Sabbatino Robert Sachetto lngus Salks Fred Schaich Barry Schearer Darlene Schlott James Schlott Donna Schmehl Kathleen Schoning Roger Schron Mary Scirnna George Seaman .lame Seaman Elizabeth Seidel Mary Sekella James Selig Sandra Shalter ,leffory Sharp Joan Shaver Linda Sherman Martin Shifflett Virginia Shoff Gladys Shollengerger Mary Shomper Jeanette Showers Raymond Sidella Dorothy Skrocki Barbara Snyder Robert Synder Robert Synder Richard Sourbrine Cynthia Spohn Linda Stamm Beverly Staron Diann Steely Barry Stephenson Carol Stetzler Dale Stoltzfus Dean Stoltzfus Robert Storn Donald Tobias .lanice Tripple vARlous COURSES WERE SELECTED CLASS OF 1964 BY 229 EIGHTH GRADE STUDENTS CLASS OF 1964 CLASS OF 1965 Stanley Trout Warren Ulle Andrea Valeriano Donna Wagner Linda Waldhiesser Lila Watt Paul Weidner Linda Werley Ronald Werner Sharon White Charles Whitehead Leonard Whitehead Barry Williams Gary Wimershoff Terry Withers Sandra Witman Margaret Wolf J oy Wolfskill Linda Yakimo Barry Yeager Barry Yeager .loan Yeager Gayle Yetter Gary Zappocosta Kristin Zechman Robert Zoppel John Zuchowski Richard Adams Richard J. Adams David Althouse Diane Althouse Lee Althouse Larry Antolich Evelyn Auchenbach Stephen Bauer Suzanne Bear Thomas Bear Milton Becker Carol Beeman .lohn Beeman Robert Behm Scott Benner Gregory Bennethum Donald Bertschman Angelia Bianchini .leffory Birckenstock Richard Bittle Donald Blatt June Blessing James Boyer Lois Boyer Craig Braisfield Marchia Brown Sara Jane Brown Barry Browne Larry Brubaker Joanne Brunner Earl Burgoyne Eugene Burkhart Daniel Calabria Diana Chura Colette Clark Barbara Cleaver Louis Collins Wayne Cox Carol Crooks Clarence Crouch Christine Curtis Dwight Daly Susan Davidson Richard Davis Richard DeAngelo Sarah Dunlap Karen Dussinger Karl Easterday Carol Ebersole Sharon Eiler Sandra Eisenhart Barbara Endy Joseph Etzel William Evans Linda Fairchild Charlene Faller Sherry Faust Rosalee Fedak Dennis Fetter Terry Fetterman Linda Fies Robin Fies Enrico Filippini Judith Filman Marvin Fisher Henry Forlini John F orlini James Frederick Carl Freeman Richard Froelich Kenneth Fulmer Judy Gallagher Peter Galvin Dawn Garis Earl Geesaman Kathleen Geho Jane Gockley Robert Godshall Robert Gosch Brian Graeff Barbara Grim Brian Grim Patricia Groff Linda Grube Darlene Guistwite Susan Guldin Robert Haddock Linda Haessler Dolores Hafer Herbert Hafer Linda Hagenman "GREENlES" WERE INTRODUCED CLASS 0F 1965 ro JUNIOR HIGH LIFE CLASS OF 1965 Glenn Hain Richard Haisch Linda Handwork Jerald Hanley Janice Harbonic Janice Hart Marsha Hassler Nancy Healey David Heckman Jane Heckman Christine Heere Terry Heist John Heiter Linda Heene Robert Herbine Linda Hess Ruth Hill Darrel Hinkel Patricia Hinkel Katherine Hlatky Fred Hoagland Mary Hoffman Dale Holl Ruth Holl Sally Holland Diana Hoptley Michael Hoyer Barbara Huber Robert Huey Kathleen Hughes Patricia Hummel Judy Hunsberger Peter Hutsko Loretta Isett Ann Jackson J effory Jackson Mary Johnson Beverly Jones J acquelin Jost Barbara Kalhach Stanley Kalhach Linda Kauffman Rodney Kauffman Jane Kaufman Judith Keath Steven Kehr J effol'Y Keim Beverly Keller Eleanor Kistler Charlotte Klee Robin Klefel Kerry Klick Richard Kline Sandra Knadel John Kochan Georgina Kralles Dianne Kramer Ethel Kramer Daniel Drize Lydia Krupperbach Sarah Kutz John Kutzamanis Catherine Loing CLASS OF 1965 MANY WERE SUBDUED BY NEW Dennis Lash Jack Lattaman Russell Laub Barry Lavelle Suzane Lebo Frank Leinbach Linda Leinbach Cheryl Lenich Kenneth Lienti Deborah Linderman Bonnie Levengood Karen Livinghouse Jacob Lloyd Carlene Long George Losoncy Kenneth MacDonald Jean Macliea Michael Mann Candance Manzella Joseph Manzella Judy Matthai Linda Maurer Phillip Mertz Carl Mertz Kent Meyer Alex Miller Douglass Miller Martin Miller Tamara Miller Donald Moleski Harriet Moody Arleen Moyer David Moyer Joanne Moyer Patrick Mullarky Albert Mundell James Mundell Sandra Murphy Joyce Napior Cynthia N eher Janet Nelson Glenn Newcomb David Ney Michael Ney Donald Noll Kathleen Noll Nancy O'Boyle Darlen Ott James Ott Helen Paine Patsy Parfet Georgia Pennock Lee Phillips Martin Phillips Robert Pohl Martha Potteiger Nancy Potter Anthony Pugliese Barry Rapp Nancy Redcay Janet Reed Gregory Reeser Paul Reichenbach I70 AND DIFFERENT SCHOOL LIFE CLASS OF 1965 Keith Reider Mairn Reinert Kerry Reppert Lyndell Rentschler Stephen Richards Linda Richardson Arlene Riegel William Roberts Robert Rogers Charles Rohrer Faith Rollman Michael Roth Ann Rothenberger Carol Rothenberger James Rothenberger Sharon Rothenberger Thomas Ross James Rowe Richard Rowe Carol Santoni Daniel Santoni Richard Savage Forrest Schaefer Craig Schaefer J ere Schaefer Linda Schaich Susan Scheirer Edward Schell Linda Schlegel Paul Schmehl Richard Schmehl Roy Schmeer Roger Schmidt Linda Schonour Linda Schroeder Christine Schrum Timothy Schwambach Elizabeth Seidel Ilona Sell Michael Shaub Robert Shaw Linda Sheetz Craig Shide Dean Shipe James Shoemaker Sandra Showers Linda Slasgowski John Smith Sandra Smith Susan Smith William Smith Darlene Snead Frederick Snyder Sandra Snyder Kathy Sobresky Lorna Spatz Arlan Spayd Dawn Speck Rosemary Spohn Faye Stalbot Barry Stalnecker Barbara Sterner Eileen Stitzel SEVENTH GRADERS rorAL 317 CLASS OF 1965 Darlene Strtzer Barbara Sumrall Douglas Swoyer .lan Swoyer Nancy Trout Sylvia Trumbore Sandra Vaccaro Margaret Van Driel Karl Wagner Randy Wagonseller Sharon Walton LeRoy Warmkessel Darlene Weaver Donna Weaver Kenneth Weaver Marjorie Weidenhammer Raymond Weidenhammer Kent Weitzel Carol Werner Robert Werner Scott Werner Michael Westley Sandra Wetzel .lack Williams Mary Wilson Kenneth Withers Diane Witman Linda Witman LaMarr Wixon Jeffery Wolfe Barry Wunder Linda Yargus Glenn Yeager Larry Yentsch Andrea Young Sharon Young Rosemarie Zasstowt Ronald Zygmunt Left to rlght Mr Lloyd Clemens Sandra Dlerolff Sandra Brown. 5'Do you think my house on the moon will have a Southern l72 CXP0S1U'e?H Lyndell Rentschler, Rodney Kauffman. "I wonder what she's doing Saturday night?" Fm EPUFITS FOOTBALL, GREATEST FALL SPORT, WAS FIRST ROW: Glenn Hain, Michael Ney, James Rowe, Karl Wagner, Gregory Bennethum, Richard DeAngelo, Dean Shipe, Phillip Mertz, Roger Schmidt, William Smith, Drew Harrison. SECOND ROW: Royce Manwiller, Peter Galvin, Charles White- head, Ingus Salks, Randy Wagonseller, Kent Weitzel, Anthony Pugliese, Barry Wunder, Kenneth MacDonald, Barry Rapp, Lee Phillips, Larry Yentsch, Thomas Haas. THIRD ROW: Leonard Moll, Robert Steinmetz, Royce Gernert, Edward Reese, Larry Endy, Richard DiCuardi, Daniel DeAngelo, Robert Germann, Edward Hart, Charles Cochran, Terry Withers, Douglass Moyer, FOOTBALL aww W' M -Umm M53 W 6 s l Only one more left standing. I E 1 This is football ? Let go of my shirt. DESIGNED FOR RUGGED MALES. Richard Christ, Carl Metz. FOURTH ROW: Dennis Rowley, Benton Wentzel, Michael Gustley, Ronald Spohn, Louis Rossi, David Weyandt, Terry Spinka, Joseph Julian, Thomas Henderson, Edward Forry, Robert Smith, Jay Schmitt. FIFTH ROW: Jerry Schoener, Robert Hanley, Terry Rohrbacher, David Roland, Allen Rohrbach, Ronald Eyrich, Craig Gassert, Robert Snyder, Eric Rossiter, Gerald Bonanno, Charles Adams, John Potteiger. TEAM E will Well, what's the hold-up? Up, up, and away. You're going the wrong way. BASKETBALL, GREATEST INDOOR SPORT PLAYED BASKETBALL TEAM FIRST ROW: Joseph Julian, Michael Sharp, Terry Oxenreider, Timothy Braun, Larry Endy, Louis Rossi, Daniel Calabria, War- ren Seip. SECOND ROW: Michael Mehle, Neil Brown, Ronald Spohn, Dennis Fronheiser, Ricard DIGuardi, Daniel DeAngelo, Thomas Henderson, George Vogel. FIRST ROW: Daniel Clark, Michael Ney, Richard Reeser, Dean Shipe, Barry Bollinger, Richard Eyrich, Lariry Yentsch, .lay 3climi3t.CSE1CLOiND ROW: Charles Adams, John Hart, Lee Reiniger, Stanley Trout, Charles Cochran, Terry Rohrbacher, David 0 an , ar etz. ,..................---ff-- -.-.------...... V eigdii gimp! gf pai' 'E' im, Q, .aff IE r in if LRF' ..... 'Xf-X UREFINIZHTIIIN f x. . ,Q 51, L 52 fa 45.2515 , , v, ,, N' 102 563 '7 1 4' Y ,' H 17 QEPS5 -5 , wg-H pf , I fs: Q5 1 Y , 7 Lv 'if giggl ' ew w gf f f ifpygg Q, : xgi Lzwing M , .,.........-.f-.---1" ,..,,,......-rf I77 PURPOSE or cLuBs wAs STUDENT COUNCIL FIRST ROW: Ethel Kramer, Jane Gochley, Christine Curtis, Catherine Noll, Barbara Huber: SECOND ROW: Linda Wal- biesser, Carol Leibold, Bonnie Beaver, Catherine Rothemberger, Patricia Corriden, Donna Schmehl, Lorraine Burtner, Jana- lee Antolick: THIRD ROW: Katherine Hlatky, Ingus Salks, Barry Wunder, Fred Schaich, Daniel Krize, David Vogel, John Rohrbacher, Royce Gernert, James Rothemberger, Margaret Wolfe. FIRST ROW: Diane Rhoads, Sandra Cramer, Marie Knutson, Darryl Connor, James Frederick, Edward Schell, Larry Antolick, Jeanne Bare, Cathy Geho, Karl Wagner, John Hart, Lee Reiniger, Sandra Smith, Linda Kaufman, Gail Grim: SECOND ROW: Kenneth Myers, Steven Musser, David Roland, Kenneth Weaver, Carl Metz, Glenn Yeager, Robert De- Wald, Barry Irwin, Richard Savage, David Moyer, Paul Reichenbach, Michael Westley, Robert Herhine, Royce Manwiller, Terry Oxemider, Charles Whitehead: THIRD ROW: Christine Shrum, Carol Davis, Robin Fies, Judy Keith, Donna Weaver, John Grille, Gladys Shollenberger, Joan Adams, Sandra Beacher, Gayle Yetter, Patrick Mullarkey, Donald Moleski, Kent Weitzel, John Mann, James Popalo, Elwood Seifert, Lyndell Rentschler, Janice Hart, Jack Williams. Y-TEENS FIRST ROW: Eileen Steely, Sandra Lessig, Carol Burkert, Mariann Arbogast, Barbara Reese, Linda Brown, Jean Flynn, Michele Czarnecki, Kris Gustantino, JoAnn Blewett, Diane Geiter, Sandra Hoffa: SECOND ROW: Marcia Ellingsworth, Carol Jackson, Elvira Gogliuzza, Cynthia Spohn, Mary Sekella, Judith Drisher, Sandra Shalter, Filomena Rodino, Mary De- Long, Sharon Hodgkins, Dolores Amendola, Rose Anne Greenawalt, Jo Ellen Ammarell, Pauline Kostura: THIRD ROW: Jane Wilson, Sandra Greenawalt, Peggy Oxenreider, Carolyn Carl, Linda Kitchens, Sharon Mertz, Susan Deprill, Elsa Rhoads, Theda Gately, Carol Wise, Shirley Reese, Mary Shomper, Jane Martin, Pat Stack. I78 TO DEVELOP CHARACTER JUNIOR JOURNALISTS FIRST ROW: .Iudy Filman, Mary Wigersma, Diane Fairchild, Susan Lienbach, Linda Bucks, Virginia Kessler, SECOND ROW: Linda Reed, Renny Fromm, Jacqueline Kremp, Carolyn Sumrallg THIRD ROW: Donna Epting, Marilyn Havens, Christine Tobias, Petra Paskosg FOURTH ROW: Linda Maurer, Susan Wertz, Carol Weaver, Linda Hagenmang STAND ING: Marcia Hassler, Nancy Potter, Lee Althouse, Thomas Bear, Scott Benner, Carolann Maurer, Cynthia Neher. PROJECTIONIST CLUB RST ROW: Barbara Kalhack, Diane Witman, .loyce"Napior, James Shoemaker, Herbert Hafer, Earl Geesaman, Brian Greaff, George Losoncyg SECOND ROW: Dean Shipe, James Bohr, Dale Holl,-Alex Miller, Ronald Zygmunt, Kenneth Fulmer, Steven Kehrg THIRD ROW: Christine Heere, Rosalee Fedak, Linda Grube, Lois Boyer, Jack Latteman, Craig Shide, Larry Yentsch, Rodney Kauffman, Richard Haisch. GIRLS' PLASTICS CLUB FI ETQNDING: Sandy' Mattes, Mary Scianna, Carol Rothenherger, Deborah Linderrnan, Patsy Parfet, Linda Witmer, Judy Matthai, ar ara Cleaver, Linda Handwork, Linda Fairchild, Carlene Long, Sandra Vaccaro, Sandra Eisenhart, Sally Holland. CLUBS Atso HELPED ENCOURAGE ART CLUB STANDING: Darlyn Owt, Robin Kleffel, Michael Mann, Suzanne Lebo, Rosemarie Zasctowt, Mary Johnson, Donna Hann, Judy Burns, Margaret Van Driel, Beverly Jones, Linda McCarter, Sherry Faust, Cynthia Rappaport, Holly Knepp, Robert Hreenawalt, Linda Reberg FRONT ROW: Beverly Ernst, Donna Wagner, SECOND ROW: Snadra Benton, Kathy Schaning, Sandra Kreider, Anna Marie Elles, Carol R. Mabry, BACK, SITTING: Virginial Shoff, Carol Gehrke, Ebelyn Auchenhach, Eugene Burkhart, Thomas Claar. CHEF CLUB FIRST ROW: Gary Ernest Winnershaff, Ronald Reed, SECOND ROW: Dean Staltzjus, Allen Rohrbach, Kerry Keehn, Walter Oudinat, Robert Snyder, Ronald Mundell, Claude Billmang THIRD ROW: Barry Schearer, Michael R. Faller, Peggy Gassert, Stuart Nye, Bobby Koster. LIBRARY CLUB FIRST ROW, SITTING: Christine Tobias, Cynthia Weber, Linda Hess, Robin Fies, Mary Wilson, Ratricia Keller, Diane Geiterg SECOND ROW: Sandy Lessig, JoEllen Arnmarell, Linda Yakimo, Susan Deprillg THIRD ROW, STANDING: Karal Ann Boyer, Linda Bucks, Virginia Kessler, Ruth Holl, Nancy Potter, Mary Sekella, Joy Wolfskill, Beth Seidel, Marie Knut- son, Carol Hiester, Mary Shomper, Linda Sheetz, Linda Stamm, Sherry Faust, Judith Keath, Janice Hart. IBO INTEREST IN SCHOOL ACTIVITIES SEWING CLUB SEATED: Linda Fies, Darlene Weaver, Judy Angstadt, Faye Stalbot, Jane Kaufmann, Janet Moyer, Barbara Grim, STAND- ING: Sarah Dunlap, Linda Sheetz, Linda Schroeder, Sandy Brown, Judith Sabatino, Janice Gricoskie, Janice Wagner, Rosa- on oe SCIENCE ctus l FIRST ROW: Larry Dunkle, Pierre Annaballi, John Potteiger, Steven Purdon, Dorothy Skrocki, Jerry Schoener, Jan Wixon, Barry Shutter, Dwight Moser, Diann Steelyg SECOND ROW: Donald Batz, Donald Wary, Barry Humbert, Carol Haeseler, Linda Shermon, Kristin Zechman, Jeanette Hoch, Catharine Noll, Janis Tripple, Leslyn Herb, Eileen Nardo, Daniel Kis- singer, Lawernce Gaston: THIRD ROW: Lynn Boyer, Ronald Aquiline, Keith McLaughlin, David Evans, James Osmun, David Weyandt, Warren Greth, Douglas Moyer, James Miller, Tim Cordier. , BOYS' GYM CLUB FIRST ROW: Albert Mundell, Theodore Ott, Jerry Schaffer, James Schlott, Raymond Weidenhamer, Charles Rahrer, For- rest Schaeffer, Enrico Fillipini, Bill Evans, James Rowe: SECOND ROW: Carl Lutz, Craig Brasefield, Leonard Whitehead, William Roberts, Richard Adams, Barry Stephenson, James Mundell, Richard Rowe, Jeffrey Hammond, Henry Haferg THIRD ROW: John Kochan, Larry Greer, Robert Huey, Terry Withers, Barry Bollinger, John Zuchoski, George Seamen, Charles Cochran: FOURTH ROW: Daniel Clark, Phillip Mertz, Dwight Daley, Terry Fetterman. ISI MEMBERS LEARNED TO MIX WORK WITH PLEASURE HI-Y JUNIOR HI-Y-FIRST ROW: Dennis Branco, James Selig, Robert Saurbrine, Richard Schmehl, Gregory Purdon, Edwin Adams. SECOND ROW: David Fetterman, Roger Schrom, Drew Har- rison, Dennis Leisey, Randolph Richards, Edwin Torry. THIRD ROW: Robert Plank, Scott Meyer, James Marks, Donald Tobias, Martin Miller, gnigithy Schwambach, Kenneth Lienti, Jeffery o e. GIRLS' GYM CLUB GIRLS' GYM CLUB-FIRST ROW: Darlene Schlott, Nancy Healy, Linda Richardson, Jean McRaye, Sandra Hunsberger. SECOND ROW: Sylvia Goodhart, Dawn Biehl, Eleanor Kistler, Sandra Mohn, Jane Heckman. THIRD ROW: Angela Beanchini, Carol Santoni, Linda Schaef- fer, Judy Boyer, Carol Werner. FOURTH ROW: Tamara Miller, Sharon Young, Ruth Hill, Linda Haeseler, Diana Althouse, Judy Gallagher, Karen Dussinger. I82 CHEERLEADERS I CHEERLEADERS-FRONT ROW: Carol Lie- bold, Evelyn Auchenbach. BACK ROW: Linda Brown, Maryann Arbogast, Barbara Reese, Lor- aine Burtner, Carol Burkert, Michele Czarnecki. EXPERIENCED PEOPLE WORKED TO HELP us CAFETERIA STAFF N FIRST ROW, left to right: Helen Hinnershitz, Alma Reinert, Edna Sprout. SECOND ROW, left to right: Mary Mills, Ruth Gernert, Catherine Brown. C USTODIANS SEATED: Thomas Shirk, A-rthur Nestler. STANDING: Clarence Heist, Leonard Ermold. ,,-- C I ,,zf6f.W 4 v - -Vs L ,H if J- ,. f ,,,.., fi A 'sift' , , Z ' i V , ' " W ...sm 1 ff' W 'Z' J Lggffefw A 1, ' X, Lg-l.1j kV5xN ,fd Z ff V Ntflgl ,A X if i f fi - M - i i Ah. f , fgkggf i J . , W K W . ,F yQggarfi'i-' 'sh , ,X . 'g A - "' Eel' .1 2112" - xx XAN A " K N ' ' : f -9 N NQ1. A ymQ,4u'i7 N nv, ,pf 3, Q . .E --.,, v , f j,4..Q.f' xx X-Qyff! 'Q ' X ......., ., , ,. W 5. A 3, Y wg- 2-'.T"7-'N"'l?QX'SM 14-ff' 4 f-' by ' 't-ig ia, V-, A , Q7 -'Wfcobfff ' f ff -, ---.. M4 ..L.. 71 ZH - 1 A ll W' gm . - ff "Yr ' 3 . i- f. 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Patricia Wollyung, Senior Section Editor, and Lee Braun, Sports Section Editor. Susan Trout, Feature Section Editor, and Barbara Cregar, Underclassman Section Editor. I86 "DEADLINE" WAS THE KEYNOTE It took a year to put the Muhltohi yearbook together and it was fun. But we had our troubles too! We recall frenzied moments with Mr. Purdon, as we raced down crowded corridors crying Mpictures for yearbooklfi Other days found us hoping it Wouldn't rain so We could snap Fabian at the Reading- Fair, figuring out Working schedules, arguing over feature lay-outs, Writing copy or "running headsf' and Worst of all, meeting deadlines. Now, we look back with relief at the worries, disagree- ments, and sleepless nights. To the '61 staff We say, "May your yearbook work be as rewarding as ours wasf' MARCIA HELMS, Editor-in-Chief. Ellen Bachman, Organizations Section Editor and Jeanette Goss, Activities Section Editor. AS WE PUT THE YEARBOOK "TO BED" Donald Gardner and Jacqueline Kieffer, Art Editors. MUHLTOHI BUSINESS STAFF-FIRST ROW: Cherie Ford, Nancy Evans, Margaret Leardi, Virginia Greer, Mary Ellen Seidel, Sandra Becker. SECOND ROW: Anna Marie Hess, Linda Rossiter, Judy Kis- si-nger, Renee Wagonseller, Sally Althouse, Loretta Yargus, Nancy Mor- ganti. THIRD ROW: Mildred Hoagland, Johanna Sanders, Jeanette Sanders, Joyce Eckert, Bonita Burkhart, Mary Heitzenrater, Dyanne Kunsman. FOURTH ROW: Arlene Weber, Betty Seidel, Eleanor Ficker, Sandra Adams, Barbara Frey, Kay Gable. ' Patricia Ney, Manag. lgfIr.dAnd11ge1w Purdmiln, Photographer, and James Flynn, ing Editor, and Joanne Rohrbach, Junior High Section Editor. JOURNALISM II CLASS-SEATED: Anna Marie Fioravanti, Sandra Sell, Suzanne Seidel, Charlotte Whitehead. STANDING: Terry Shaub, Michael Heere, Carol Althouse, Roseann Marberger, Sandra Englehart, Sandra Ohnmacht, Judy Spatz, Joanne Snyder, Lynda Wood. tu ent otograp er Linda Rossiter, Head Typist, and Dyanne Kunsman, Business Manager. I87 Abramowicz, William, 28, 144 Abramowitch, Jay, 38, 57, 87, 107, 116, 117, 122, 123, 124, 137, 149, 153 Acquilene, Ronald, 163, 181 Adam, Bonnie, 77, 87, 96 Adam, Edwin, 163, 182 Adam, George, 22 Adam, 102, 111 Adams, Charles, 163, 175, 176 Randolph, 74, 89, 92, Adams ' Joan, 163, 178 Aaansl Joanne, 95, 120 Adams, Judah, 77, 96, 97, 99, 120 Adams, Kenneth, 74 Adams, Lynn, 38, 113 Adams, Paul, 77 Adams, Richard A., 167 Adams, Richard J., 167, 181 Adams, Sandra, 189 Adams, William, 4, 38, 57, 87, 89, 98, 103 90, , 109, 112, 117, 122, 123, 155, 145 116, Addis, Scott, 162 Adler, Robert, 74, 87 Aigeldinger, Carol, 74, 86 Albert, Sherry, 38, 57, 132 Alsguth, Inge, 38, 57, 96 Althouse, Carol, 38, 57, 95, 99, 189 Althouse, David, 167 Althouse, Diane, 167, 182 Althouse, Lee, 167 Althouse, Nancy, 162 Althouse, Sally, 74, 96, 189 Amendola, Dolores, 162, 178 Ammarell, Jo Ellen, 162, 180 Ammarell, Harry, 22 Ammarell, Gail, 20, 84, 88, 97, 178 Ammarell, Robert, 25 Angstadt, Judith, 162, 181 Angstadt, Mary, 163 Angstadt, Paul, 80 Biehl, Dawn, 162, 182 Billman, Claude, 163, 180 Binckley, Thomas, 77, 98, 118 Birchenstock, Jeffory, 167 Bitner, Ronald Bittle, Carolee, 74 Bittle, Jennifer, 77 Bittle, Richard, 167 Bittner, Larry, 164 Blanford, Oswald, 164 Blatt, Donald, 167 Blessing, June, 167 Blewett, Joanne, 164, 178 Bloedow, Rosalyn, 164, 181 Blue Band, 92, 93, 146 Bodolsky, Mildred, 28, 32, 36 Bohr, James, 168, 179 Bollinger, Barry, 164, 176, 181 Bonanno, Gerald, 164, 175 Border, Darwin, 164 Bordner, Janice, 74, 96 Bonclner, Minnie, 24 Bowers, Carol, 77, 84, 97 Bowers, Rebecca, 77, 88, 91, 96, 110, 120 Bowman, Warren, 162 Boyer, Carolyn, 164, 180, 182 Boyer, Dorothy, 28, 30, 36 Boyer, Elda, 24 Boyer, James, 74, 90 Boyer, Jerry, 164 Boyer, Judy, 182 Boyer, Lois, 167, 179 Boyer, Lynn, 164, 181 Boyer, Myron, 28, 32, 36 Boyer, Sherwood, 77, 89, 98, 111, 149 Boys' Gym Club, 181 Braisfield, Craig, 167, 181 Branco, Dennis, 164, 182 Braun, Timothy, 164, 176 Braun, Leo, 40, 43, 87, 89, 90, 95, 98, 107, 108, 109, 117, 122, 123, 124, 145, 151 Braun, Timothy, 164, 176 Collins, Collins, Louis, 168 Robert, 77 Connor, Darryl, 164, 178 Conrad, David, 77 Conrad, Raymond, 42, 59 Coplein, Ruth, 11, 74, 91, 120 Cordier, Timothy, 162, 181 Corrent Corride i, Harry, 25 n, Patricia, 164, 178 Cox, Louise, 74, 84, 86, 88, 94, 97, 119, 120 Angstadt, Susan, 39, 57 Annabelli, Pierre, 163, 181 Anthon, Dennis, 77, 87 Anthon, Joseph, 39 Antolick, Georgene, 74, 96 Antolick, Janelee, 162, 178 Antolick, Larry, 167, 178 Arbogast, Charles, 39, 57, 98, 102, 104, 105 Arbogast, Mariann, 162, 178. 182 Arnold, Lucy, 96 Art Club, 180 Asbell, Judith Auchenbach, Evelyn, 167, 180, 182 Bachman, Ellen, 39, 57, 86, Breisch, Catherine, 158 Bresler, Ella, 158 Bridegam, Ruth, 74, 84, 86, 91, 151 Briel, Elwood, 118, 125 Britegan, William, 15, 74 Brittan, Terry, 162 Brokenshire, James, 113, 158 Bromhall, Sandra, 41, 43, 88, 96, 97, 99, 110, 124 Brough, Donna Marie, 164 Brown Barry 74, 92 Brown: Dougllss, 74, 86, 89 Brown, Eugene, 41, 43, 89, 90 Brown Catherine 183 Brownl Linda, 178, 182 Brown, Marcia, 167 149 88, 91, 92, 94, 99, 120, 188 Bahner, Richard, 163 Bailey, Nancy, 97 Bair, Thomas, 163, 180 Baker, Sena, 40, 43 Baker, William, 40, 89 Banks, Donald, 77 Bansner, Kathleen, 77 Bare, Jeanne, 163, 178 Bare, Paul, 40, 43, 87, 98, 102, 104, 106, 114, 115, 138, 145, Brown, Neil, 162, 176 Brown, Patricia, 77 Brown, Sandra, 162, 172, 181 Brown, Sara Jane, 167 Browne, Barry, 167 Brubaker, Larry, 168 Brunner, Joanne, 168 Brunner, Joseph, 77 Bucks Linda, 162, 180, 181 Buckworth, Charles, 159 Burgoyne, Earl, 168 Burkert, Carol, 162, 178, 182 Barr, Susan, 74, 84, 86 Barthashas, Donald, 77 Basketball, Girls, 119 Bates, Brian, 74, 98, 103, 105 Batz, Donald, 162, 181 Bauer, Stephen, 167 Baum, Scott, 77, 102, 118 Baur, Paul, 77, 92, 103 Bear, Carol, 77, 87, 96, 120 Bear, Suzanne, 167 Burkhart, Barbara, 41 43 Burkhart, Bonita, 41, 43, 96, 189 Burkhart, David, 164 Burkhart, Eugene, 1'68, 180 Burkhart, Sandra, 77 Burns, Judith, 164, 180 Bush, Bonnie, 77, 96, 97, 120 Burtner, Frederick, 162 Burtner, Laraine, 162, 178, 182 Bear, Thomas, 167, 181 Beaver, Bonnie, 163, 178 Becker, Evelyn, 158 Becker, Milton, 167 Becker, Sandra, 74, 189 Becker, Susan, 77 Becker, Suzanne, 77, 88, 96. 97 Beebe, Blaine, 16 Beebe, James, 77 Beebe, Terry, 163 Beecher, Patricia, 80 Beecher, Sandra, 163, 178 Beeman, Carol, 167 Behm, David, 40, 43, 89 Behm, Robert, 167 Behrenhausen, Roger, 77, 92 107, 118, 124, 138, 139 Bell, Jeffrey, 4, 40, 43, 37. 99 106 Bell, Neeta, 74 Benner, Scott, 167, 181 Bennethum, Gregory, 167, 174 Bennethum, Sharon, 162, 182 Benton, Sandra, 163, 180 Berkemeyer, Floyd, 25 Bernstel, Darlene, 80, 91 Bertschman, Donald, 167 Bianchini, Angela, 167, 182 Bieber, Cheryl, 80 Bieber, Kathleen, 77, 88, 90, 97 5 Butz, Joseph, 28, 32, 99 Byford, Susan, 77, 96, 99 Calabria, Daniel, 168, 176 Calabria, Philip, 74, 87, 116 Canto, Barbara, 147 Carl, Carolyn, 164, 178 Carl, Dolores, 80 Carl, Elaine, 77, 96, 97 Carpenter, Vincent, 77, 111 Cassler, Patricia, 164 Chiarelli, Judy, 80 Christ, Richard, 80, 175 Chura, Dianne, 168 Claar, Thomas, 164, 180 Clark, Colette, 168 Clark, Daniel, 164, 176, 181 Clark, Warren John, 162 Clauser, Barbara, 74, 99 Cleaver, Barbara, 179 Cleaver, Claire, 74, 84, 94, 133, 144, 145 Clemens, Lloyd, 102, 159, 172, Cliff, Barry, 74 Clouser, Donald, 77, 98, 118, 125 Clouser, Janet, 77 Clouser, Suzanne, 182 Cochran, Charles, 164, 175, 176 Coco, Charles, 11, 17, 42. 43, 87, 89, 90, 91, 92, 98, 99' 134, 138, 139, 142, 149, 151 Cox, Wayne, 168 Crain, Linda, 77, 96, 97, 120 Cramer, Sandra, 164, 178 Cregar, Barbara, 42, 59, 95, 99, 129, 188 Crooks, Carol, 168 Cross Country, 107 Crouch, Clarence, 168 Crummett, Barbara, 74 Curtis, Christine, 168, 178 Curtis, Terry, 74, 98, 111 Curtis, Thomas, 77 Cystain, Darryl, 42, 91, 114 Czarnecki, Michele, 162, 178, 182 Dabrishus, Elaine, 42, 59, 96 Dailey, Gerald, 164 Dalton, James, 74 Daly, Dwight, 168, 181 Daly, William, 74, 87, 91, 99. 152 Daniels, Carol, 74, 87, 88, 94 Dautricb, Dawn, 80 Davidson, Marguerite 42, 59 Davidson, Susan, 168 Davis, Carol, 164, 178 Davis James, 43, 59, 98 Davis, John, 77, 86 Davis, June, 77, 96, 110, 148 Davis, Ronald, 80 De Angelo, Daniel, 80, 174, 176 De Angelo, Richard, 168, 174 Debating Team 99 Deisher, Eugene Deisher, Faye, 77 Dell, Sheldon Delmonico, Michael, 80 De Long, Mary, 162, 178 De Long, Nancy, 74 De Long, Ronald, 43, 59 De Long, Suzette. 164 Delp, Anna, 77, 120 Delp, David, 77 Delp, Donald, 28, 33 Delp, Edwin, 80 Delp, Gene, 43, 59, 89, 91, 99, 129 Delp, Jean, 80 Delp, Sandra, 77 Deprill, Susan,162, 178, 180 De Santis, Mario, 80 De Santis, Sylvia, 77, 96, 97, 120 DeTurk, Lee, 122 Dewalt, Robert, 164, 178 Didyoung, Benjamin, 25 Dierolf, Lulu, 164 . Dierolf, Sandra, 162, 172 Dieterle, Walter, 162. 182 Dietrich, Sheryl, 77, 96 Di Guardi, Ralph, 125 DiGuardi, Richard, 80, 174, 176 Dockey, Frederick, 74 Dombroski, Phyllis, 74, 99 Dowling, Harry, 25 Dresher, Judith, 164, 178 Drobnick, Gary, 77 Dukeman, Beverly, 80 Dunkelberger, Gail, 162 Dunkleberger, Alvin, 25 Dunkle, Brenda, 80 Dunkle, Larry, 164, 181 Dunkle, Minnie, 24 Dunlap, Sarah, 168, 181 Dussinger, Karen, 168, 182 Dussinger, Kenneth, 80 Dutt, Robert, 74, 102 Eagen, Nancy, 43, 59 Easterday, Karl, 168 Ebbert, Charles, 77, 89, 98 Ebeling, Karen, 164 Eherly, Lolita, 164 Ebersole, Carol, 168 Ebersole, Patricia, 44 Eckert, Joyce, 74, 96, 189 Eiler, Sharon, 168 Eisenh art, Sandra, 168, 179 Ellingsworth, Marcia, 156, 164. 178 Ellis, Anna Marie, 164, 180 Ely, Gertrude, 74, 96 Endy, Barbara, 168 Endy, Barry Endy, Larry, 162, 174, 176 Endy, Linda, 77, 96, 97, 119, 120, 148 Endy, Raymond,'24 Englehart, Sandra, 4, 44-, 85, 88, 90, 94, 96, 97, 135, 137. 142, 143, 189 Epler, Darlene, 164 Epler, Emma, 159 Epting, Donna, 164, 181 Ermold, Bette, 74, 96 Ermold, Leonard, 183 Ernst, Beverly, 164, 180 Ernst, Theresa, 77, 96, 97 Erwin, Barry, 178 Ettinger, Edmond, 28, 30, 99 Etzel, Joseph, 168 Evans, David, 162, 181 Evans, Gladys, 24 Evans, Nancy, 74, 96, 189 Evans, William, 168, 181 Eyrich, Patricia, 74, 94 Eyrich, Ronald, 164, 174, 176 Fairchild, Diane, 162, 181 Fairchild, Linda, 168, 179 Falkiewicz, Thomas, 74, 92, 138 Faller, Charlene, 168 Faller, Karen, 74, 96 Faller, Michael, 164, 180 Faust, Allen, 77 Faust, Sherry, 168, 180 F.B.L.A., 99 Fedak, Rosalee, 168, 179 Fetter, Dennis, 168 Fetterman, David, 164, 182 Fetterman, Donald, 29, 108, 112 Fetterman, Linda, 77, 88, 91, 95, 110, 120 Fetterman, Terry, 168, 181 Fick, Denis, 44, 49, 87, 89, 90, 98, 102, 105, 106, 114, 135, 138 Fick, Mary Ann, 74 Ficker, Eleanor, 44, 49, 99, 189 Fies, Chester, 23 Fies, Doris, 44, 49, 88, 96, 139 Fies, Linda, 168, 181 Fies, Robin, 168, 178, 180 Fillippini, Enrico, 168 Filman, Charles, 74 Filman, Judith, 168, 181 Fink, Gloria, 80, 92 Fioravanti, Anna Marie, 44, 49, 95, 96, 189 Fischer, Patricia, 80 Fisher, Deborah, 77, 96 Fisher, Marvin, 168 Fix, Suzanne, 77, 88, 96 Fleisher, Naomi, 77 Flynn, James, 33, 45, 49, 87, 98, 102, 114, 149, 189 Flynn, Jean, 164, 178 Focht, Bevin, 45 Football, 102, 103, 104, 105 Ford, Cheri, 74, 189 Ford, Karen, 80 Forlini, Henry, 168 Forlini, John, 168 Formicone, Michael, 153 Forry, Edward, 162, 175, 182 Forte, Fabian, 135, 150 Fox, Jane, 14, 74, 96 Fox, John, 23 Fox. Susan, 80 Frank, Gary, 49, 86, 106, 145 Frederick, James, 168, 178 Freeman, Carl, 168 Freeman, Sheila, 164 Frey, Barbara, 45, 88, 96, 97, 139, 189 Froelich, Chester, 77 Froelich, David, 80 Froelich, Richard, 168 Fromm, Carol, 80 Fromm, Penni, 162, 181 Fronheiser, Dennis, 80, 176 Fulmer, Kenneth, 168, 179 G.A.A. Club, 97 Gable, Goldy, 74, 96 Gable, Kay, 44, 49, 96, 189 Gajewski, Jane, 159 Gallagher, Judith, 168, 182 Gallo, Robert, 74 Gallo, Sandra, 77, 97, 110, 119 120 Galvin, Peter, 168, 174 Gamber, Clyde, 150 Garber, Judith, 164 Gardner, Donald, 39, 46, 86, 89, 98, 136, 189 Garis, Dawn, 168 Garner, Norman, 39, 46, 92, 137 Garrison, Diane, 77 Gartman, Joan, 17, 4-6, 86, 91 97, 99, 110, 119, 124, 147 Gartman, Mary, 39, 74, 86. 91 94, 97, 110, 120, 121, 135 145 Gassert, Charles, 25 Gassert, Craig, 164, 175, 180 Gaston, Lawerence, 162, 181 Gately, Theda, 164, 178 Geesaman, Earl, 168, 179 Geho, Gerald, 77, 111 Geho, Kathleen, 168, 188 Gehrke, Carol, 164, 180 Gehrke, Raymond, 15, 39, 46 Gehris, Sharon, 80 Geiter, Dianne, 164, 178, 180 Geiter, Michael, 77 Gensley, Ida, 159 Gerber, Dawn, 77 Germann, Robert, 162, 175, 182 Gernert, Royce, 162, 174, 178 Gernert, Ruth, 183 Gessner, Timothy, 77 Gherke, Raymond, 86 Gilbert, Carol, 164 Gilfert, Carol, 74, 96 Girls' Gym Club, 182 Glase, Jon, 74, 94 Gochley, Jane, 168, 178 Gochley, Rev. Milton, 152 Godschall, Annie, 80 Godschall, Robert, 168 Gogliuzza, Elvia, 164, 178 Goodhart, Sylvia, 164, 182 Goodwin, Edward, 153 Gormely, Robert, 74 Gosch, Robert, 168 Goss, Fern, 24 Goss, Jeanette, 46, 88, 90, 95, 96, 97, 120, 129, 130, 131, 150, 188 Goss, Pauletta, 80 Graeff, Brian, 168, 179 Graeff, David, 164 Graeff, Larry, 162 Graffius, Leroy, 77 Greenawalt, Richard, 74, 87, 98, 102, 103 Greenawalt, Robert, 180 Greenawalt, RoseAnne, 178 Greenawalt, Sandra, 162, 178 Greer, Larry, 164, 181 Greer, Virginia, 47, 84, 85, 88, 90, 120, 137, 138, 139, 152, 189 Gregonis, Donna, 16, 77 Gregonis, Zigmund, 39, 47, 102, 103, 104, 135, 144, 149 Greth, James, 74, 89, 92, 98, 103 Greth, Warren, 123, 156, 162, 181 Gricoski, Janice, 164, 181 Gricoski, Patricia, 77, 96 Gries, Carol, 80, 91 Griesemer, James, 39, 47, 98 Griesemer, Robert, 164 Grill, John, 164, 178 Grim, Barbara, 181 Grim, Brian, 168 Grim, Gail, 162, 178 Grim, Sandra, 77, 110 Grim, Terry, 77 Grimmitt, Randolph, 74 Groff, Patricia, 168 Groinis, Cynthia, 80 Grube, Linda, 168, 179 Gruber, Thomas, 80 Guistwite, Darlene, 168 Guistwite, Diane, 80 Guldin, Dianne, 78 Guldin, Jane, 74, 88, 96 Guldin, Richard, 39, 47 Guldin, Susan, 168 Gusley, Michael, 164, 174 Gustantino, Kris, 162, 178 Haas, Thomas, 164, 175 Hackerty, Marcia, 48, 86, 88, 90, 97, 99, 110, 119, 120, 121, 124, 135, 138, 139, 147, 152 Hackman, Henry, 159 Haddock, Robert, 168 Hadley, Barry, 78 Haesler, Carol, 164, 181 Haesler, Faye, 74, 84, 88, 94, 96, 97, 119, 120 Haesler, Linda, 168, 182 Haier, Dolores, 168 Hafer, Henry, 164, 181 Hafer, Herbert, 168, 179 Hafer, Robert,,164 Hagenman, Agnes, 47, 48 Hageninan, Linda, 168, 181 Hagenman, Terry, 78, 98, 103, 149 Haggerty, John, 78, 98, 102, 113 Huile, Sandra, 78 Hain, Gerald, 13, 36, 47, 48, 71, 114, 115, 124, 136 Hain, Glenn, 169, 114 Haisch, Richard, 169, 179 Hall, Larry, 78 Hall, Patrol, 87 Hamaker, Donald, 78, 98, 102 Hamaker, Ronald, 78, 98, 102, 149 Hammond, Jebb, 181 Handwork, Linda, 169, 179 Hanley, Jerald, 169 Hanley, Robert, 162, 174 Hann, Donna, 164, 180 Harhonic, Janice, 169 Harner, Larry, 74 Harper, Sharon, 74, 96 Harrison, Drew, 164, 174, 182 Harrison, Jeff, 47, 48, 91, 98 Hart, Edward, 162, 175 Hart, Janice, 169, 178, 180 Hart, John, 164, 176, 178 Hart, Marlene, 78, 96, 97, 120 Hartberger, Judith, 74, 120 107, 124 Julian, Hassler, Donald, 165 Hassler, Doris, 47, 48, 96, 110 Hassler, George, 165 Hassler, Marsha, 169, 181 Hassman, Karen, 80 Hassman, Nancy, 78, 96, 97 Hatt, Gloria, 78, 97 Hauck, Richard, 122 Hauck, William, 165 Havens, Marilyn, 165, 181 Healey, Nancy, 169, 182 Heckman, David, 169 Heckman, Dawn, 80 Heckman, Jane, 169, 182 Heckman, Paul, 80 Heere, Christine, 169, 179 Heere, Michael, 47, 48, 92, 93, 94, 98, 142, 143, 189 Heifner, Jackson, 165 Heffner, Janice, 165 Heist, Clarence, 183 Heist, Terry, 169 Heister, Carol, 165 Heiter, John, 169 Heitzenrater, Mary, 47, 49, 96, 139 Heller, Luther, 49 Helms, Elwood, 22 Helms, Marcia, 47, 49, 88, 92, 93, 94, 96, 97, 120, 137, 147 188 Henderson, Thomas, 80, 175 176 Hullinger, James, 78, 87, 89 Humbert, Barry, 165, 181 Hummel, Gloria, 165 Hummel, Michael, 45, 52, 89 Hummel, Patricia, 169 Hummel, Ray, 75 Hunsberger, Carol, 78 Hunsberger, Judy. 169 Hunsberger, Paul, 165 Hunsberger, Sandra, 165, 182 Hunsicher, Norman, 80 Hutsko, Margaret, 78, 96, 97 Hutsko, Peter, 169 Huyett, W. Laurier, 23 Iezzi. Al, 78 Imboden, Lawrence, 29, 30 Irwin, Barry, 165 lsett, Loretta, 169, 182 Jackson, Ann, 169 Jackson, Carol, 165, 178 Jackson, Harold Jackson, Jeffery, 169 Janeszewski, Diane, 78, 96, 97 Johnson, Andrew, 78, 86, 89, Johnson, Mary, 169, 180 Jones, Anita, 78, 88, 90 Jones, Beverly, 169, 180 Jones, Daniel, 165 Jorena, Janice, 75, 96 Kloer, Linda, 78, 87, 96 Knadler, Sandra, 169 Knauss, Thelma, 29, 30, 95 Knepp, Allen, 41, 53, 92, 93, 103, 111, 114, 138 KnelJP. Holly, 165, 180 Knoll, Shirley, 75, 96 Knouse. Irvin, 80 Knouse, Robert, 28, 30 Knuston, Marie, 165Q 178, 180 Koble, Rodney, 78 Koch, Joseph, 92, 93, 98 Kochan, John, 169, 181 Kochinsky, Jerome, 159 Kocur, Sandra, 80 Kohl, Allen, 78, 89 Kohl, Richard, 75, 87, 116 Koller, Jean, 4, 41, 54, 88, 120, 139 Korn, Judith, 165 Kostura, Pauline, 165, 178 Kraheck, Adelheid, 75, 96 Kralles, Georgine, 169 Kralles, Trudy, 78, 87, 96, 97 Kramer, Bonita, 75 Kramer, Dianne, 169 Kramer, Ethel, 169, 178 Kramer, Loretta, 80 Kreider, Sandra, 165, 180 Kreider, William, 28, 30, 33 Jost, Jacqueline, 169 Journalism 1, 94 Joseph, 162, 175, 176 Henne, Douglass, 123, 162 Henne, Floyd, 25 Junior High Basketball. 176 Junior High Cheerleaders, 182 Kutz, Edward, 122 Kaufmann, Jane, 169, 181 Potteiger, Martha, 170 Kerns, Henne, Linda, 169 Henne, William, 47, 49, 87 103, 123, 149 Hepner, Russel, 74 Herald, Allen, 4-7, 50 Herb, Harry, 74 Herb, Lesly, 165, 181 , Herbine, John, 45, 50, 70, 87, 89, 90, 93, 98, 106, 131 143, 149, 151 Herbine, Robert, 169, 178 Hertzog, Bernard Hertzog, Richard, 80 Hess, Anna Marie, 4, 74, 96 97, 189 Hess, Linda, 169,180 Hiester, Carol, 180 High, Marcia, 78, 84 Hill, Margaret, 45, 50, 86, 91 Hill, Ruth, 169, 182 Hiller, Earl, 45, 50 Himmelberger, Donald, 74, 89 93, 103, 111, 149 Hinkel, Darrel, 169 Hinkel, Patricia, 169 Hinkel, Susan, 45, 50, 96, 97 Hinkle, David, 165 Hinnershity, Helen, 183 Hinnershitz, Marian, 45, 50, 88 Hi-Y, 98 Hlathy, Katherine, 169, 178 Hoagland, Frederick, 169 Hoagland, Mildred, 75, 96, 189 Hoch, Jeannette, 165, 181 Hockey Team, 120, 150 Hodgkins, Marjorie, 29, 119 120, 121 Hodgkins, Sharon, 165, 178 Hoffa, Sandra, 162, 178 Hoffer, Charlene, 78 Hoffer, Samuel, 45, 51, 98, 99 Hoffman, Barry, 75 Hoffman, Daniel, 165 Hoffman, Henry, 29, 31, 92 93, 110 Hoffman, Mary, 169 Hoffman, Sherry, 75 Hoffmaster, Jan, 75, 94 Hoffmaster, Richard, 75, 98 103, 118 Hoffmaster, Shirley, 45, 51 Hogue, Grace, 24 Holl, Beth, 165 Holl, Beverly, 75, 84, 86, 94 97, 120, 135 Holl, Dale, 179 Holl, Ruth, 169, 180 Holland, Edward, 80 Holland, Paul, 78, 86, 102 Holland, Sally, 169, 179 Hoover, Diane, 78 Hoptley, Diana, 169 Hoptley, Ray, 80 Horizon Club, 147 Horst, Betty, 75 Horton, Alta, 29, 90, 146 Hoster, Carol, 78 Hoster, Robert, 165, 180 Hower, Linda, 162 Hoyer, Michael, 169 Huber, Barbara, 169, 178 Huey, Barry, 45, 51, 103, 114. 136 Huey, Robert, 169, 181 Hughes, JoAnn, 45, 51, 88, 96, 99. 136, 139 Hughes, Kathleen, 169, 182 Hughes, Sheila, 78, 96, 110. 120 Junior High Chef Club, 182 Junior High Journalists, 179 Junior High Library Club, 180 Junior Hi-Y, 182 Junior High Science Club, 181 Junior-Senior Prom, 17, 128, 129 Junior Varsity Basketball, 118 Junior Varsity Cheerleaders, 110 Kachel, Beverly, 41, 52, 96, 97 Kalbach, Barbara, 169, 179 Kalbach, Sandra, 165 Kalbach, Stanley, 169 Katzaman, Richard, 162 Katzenmoyer, Douglas, 41, 52, 89, 98, 123 Katzenmoyer, Melvin, 165 Katzenmoyer, Michael, 75 Kauffman, Barry L., 75 Kauffman, Barry R., 75, 87 Kauffman, Lester, 23 Kauffman, Linda, 169, 178 Kauffman. Luther, 75, 89, 91, 108, 109, 133, 142, 144, 145, 146 Kauffman, Rodney, 169, 172, 179 Keath, Judith, 169, 178, 180 Keath, Quentin, 28, 30, 33. 85, 102 Keehn, Kerry, 165, 186 Kehr, Steven, 169, 179 Kegerise, David, 78 Kegerise, Douglas, 41, '52, 98, 99, 123 Keim, Jay, 75 Kremp, Jacqueline, 165, 181 Krott, Richard, 165 Krick, Ronald, 153 Krize, Daniel, 169, 178 Kruppenbach, Lydia Kunkel, Jeffery, 78 Kunsman, Carol, 80 Kunsman, Dyanne, 10, 36, 41, 54, 88, 90, 96, 97, 136. 189 Kutz, Louise, 75 Kutz, Sarah, 169 Kntzamanis, JoAnn, 54, 96, 97, 99 Kutzamanis, John, 169 La Breque, Mary, 78, 84, 97, 119, 120, 153 La Breque, Sandra, 75, 84, 86, 94, 97, 120, 121 Lash, Dennis, 170 Lattman, Jack, 170, 179 Laub, Russell, 170 Lavelle, Barry, 170, 181 Leader, John, 159 Leardi, Joanne, 78, 96 Leardi, Margaret, 54, 63, 96, 189 Lebo, Suzanne, 170, 180 Leibold, Carol, 165, 178, 182 Leinbach, Frank, 170 Leinbach, Judith, 75, 96 Leinbach, Linda, 170 Leinbach, Samuel, 25 Marberger, Roseann, 4, 55, 63, 88, 94, 143, 189 Marks, James, 165, 182 Marth, 106 Martin, Jane, 165, 178 Mattes Joyce, 75, 96, 97, 99. 120, 133 Mittes, Sandra, 165, 179 Matthai, Judy, 170, 179 Mattson, Brenda, 55, 96, 144 Mattson, Nancy, 56, 96, 144 Matz, Kenneth, 159 Maurer, Linda, 170, 181 Maurer, Karelann, 165, 181 McCarter, Linda, 165, '180 McDonald, Susan, 80 McLaughlin, Keith, 165, 181 McLaughlin, Paul, 103, 114- 118, 159 McKeone, James, 56, 63 McKnabb, Meas, 25 McRaye. Jean, 182 Mearig, Luther, 159 Mech, Joyce, 80 Mehle, Michael, 162, 176 Mehle, Patricia, 56, 86, 88, 90 97, 123, 139, 143 Melick, Arthur, 23 Melones, Michael, 78 Mengel, Margaret, 75, 88, 96 Mertz, Karen, 78, 84, 96, 97 146 Mertz, Marguerite, 75, 86. 93 Mertz, Philli 170 175 181 Olin, 28, so, 33, 86. Ney, Richard, 75, 92 Nichols, Ed, 25 Noll, Catherine, 165, 178, 181 Noll, Charles. 80 Noll, Charles, 75 'Noll, Donald, 170 Noll, Herbert, 25 Noll, Kathleen, 170 Nuss, Barbara, 75 Nye, Brenda, 58, 67, 96, 97 99 Nye, Staurt, 166, io 0'Boyle, Nancy, 170 Observer Staff, 95 Ogrinc, Marlene, 75, 96 Ohnmacht, Sandra, 4, 58, 65 95, 96, 132, 189 Ostrawski, Bernardo, 78 Osmum, James, 162, 181 Oswald, Donna, 166 Ott, Darlye, 170, 180 Ott, David, 75, 111 Ott, James, 170 Ott, Theodore, 181 Oudinot, Walter, 166, 180 Mertz, Messin P: 1 . Sharon, 165, 178 a, Salvadore, 125 Metz, Carl, 170, 175, 176, 178 Meyer, Kent, 170, 113 Meyer, Scott, 165, 182 Meyer, Sherry, 78, 84, 97 Michalski, Michael, 165 Miller, Alvin, 56, 67, 89, 99 123, 152 A Miller, Alex, 170, 179 Miller, Bruce, 56, 67, 87, 89 90, 93, 98, 106, 129, 139 148, 151 Miller, Carol, 56, 67, 92, 96 97, 99 Miller, Dennis Miller, Douglas, 170 Miller, Frederyk, 75, 89, 93 Miller, James, 162, 181 Miller, Janet, 75 Miller, Karen, 78, 96 Miller, Martin, 170, 182 Miller, Ronald, 57, 67 Miller, Sandra, 57, 67, 144 Miller, Tamara, 170, 182 Mills, Donna, 78, 96 Mills, Mary, 183 Miseyko, Mary, 12, 75 Miseyko, Sonja, 80 . . Leinbach, Susan, 162, 181 Leisey Dennis, 162, 182 Leisey, Judith, 165 Lessie, Stephen, 165, 181 Lessig, Eleanor, 78 Lessig, Henry, 54, 63 Lessig,'Sandra, 162, 178, 180 Lessig, Thurman, 165 Levengood, Bonnie, 170 Keim, J effory, 169 Kelchner, Sharon, 75, 96 Keller, Beverly, 169 Keller, Linda, 75 Keller Patricia, 165, 180, 182 Kennyi Janis, 41, 52, 96, 97, 99 Keppley, Daniel, 78 Franklin, 75, 91 Library Club, 91 Lienti, Kenneth, 170, 182 Linderman, Deborah, 170, 179 Livinghouse, Cheryl, 80 Livinghose, Karen, 170 Lloyd, Edwin, 54, 63 Lloyd, Jacob, 170 Lloyd, Ross, 132 Loing, Chaterine, 169 Kessler, Virginia, 162, 180, 181 Khouri, John W., 20, 22 Kieffer, Jacqueline, 41, 52, 86, 95, 97, 99, 120, 128, 143, 149, 189 Kiesling, Annette, 28, 30, 33, 153 King, Mazie, 80 Kinsey, Ronald, 13 Kinsey, Russell, 165 Kircher, Kathleen, 80 Kireher, Joseph, 75 Kissinger, Daniel, 162, 181 Kissinger, Joan, 165 Kissinger, Judith, 41, 53, 96, 139, 144, 189 Kistler, Eleanor, 169, 182 Kistler, Ronald, 165 Kitchen, Linda, 165, 178 Klee, Charlotte, 169 Klefel, Robin, 169, 180 Klein, Robert, 78 Klemmer, James, 53, 114, 115 Klick, Kerry, 169 Kline, Caroline, 165 Kline, Judith, 78, 96, 97 Kline, Richard, 169 Kline, Robert, 41, 53, 87, 89, 90, 92, 93, 98, 129, 136, 138, 139, 148 Kline, Robert, 78, 89, 98, 103, 152 Lonaberger, Carol, 80 Loch, Alan, 78, 91, 103, 118 Long, Carlene, 170, 179 Long, Donald, 80 Long, Sandra L., 78, 120 Long, Sandra L., 78, 96 Lord, Carol, 156, 162 Lasoncy, George, 170, 179 Ludwig, Gary, 78 Lutz, Carol, 165, 181 Lutz, Fredgrick, 75 Lutz, Ira, 55, 63 Mabry, Carol, 165,180 Mabry. Jack, 78 MacDonald, Kenneth, 170, 175 MacLatchie, Gerald, 75 MacLatchie, Nancy, 96 MacMullen, Patricia, 78, 96 MacRea, Jean, 170 Majorettes, 84, 85, 105 Maltby, Ronald, 165 Mann, John, 165, 178 Mann, Michael, 170, 180 Manmiller, Charles, 55, 63, 89, 114 Manmiller, Terry, 80 Manwiller, Bruce, 166 Manwiller, Robert, 78, 98, 118 Manwiller, Royce, 162, 174, 178 Manwiller, Sandra, 162 Manzella, Candace, 170 Manzella, Joseph, 170, 182 Mitchell, Brooks, 78, 96, 97 Mixed Chorus, 88, 89, 146 Mohn, Eileen, 75, 96 Mohn, Sandra, 165, 182 Moleski, Donald, 170, 178 Moll, Leonard, 102, 159, 174 Moody, Harriet, 170 Moore, Joseph, 57, 67 Morganti, Kathleen, 80 Morganti, Nancy, 75, 189 Moser, Dwight, 162, 181 Moyer, Aileen, 170, 182 Moyer, David, 170, 178 Moyer, Donald, 156 Moyer, Douglass, 165, 175, 181 Moyer, Irvin, 78 Moyer, Jack, 153 Moyer, Janet, 165, 181 Moyer, Joanne, 156, 170 Moyer, Mildred, 75, 86, 88, 91, 151 Moyer, Miriam, 159 Muhlaires, 90 Muhlteers, 90 Mullarky, Patrick, 170, 178 Mullen, Donald, 165 Mundell, Albert, 170, 181. Mundell, James, 170, 181 Mundell, Ronald, 165, 180 Murphey, Sandra, 170 Musket, Beverly 75, 94, 96 Musser, Steven, 165, 178 Nagle, Christine, 165 Nagle, Timothy, 78 Nagle, William, 75, 87 Napior, Joyce, 170, 179 Nardo, Eileen, 165, 181 Nardo, James, 78 Neher, Cynthia, 170, 180, 181 Neider, Nancy 80 Neiman, Jeffery, 78, 98 Nelson, Janet Nelson, Rickie, 149 Nestler, Arthur, 183 Nevin, Clifford, 75, 94, 98. 133 Newcomb, Glenn, 170 Ney, David, 170 Ney, Michael, 1:70, 174, 176 Ney, Patricia, 57, 67, 86, 91, 95, 91, 119, 120, 121, 189 Oxenfnrd, Karen, 78, 88, 96 91, 99 Oxenreider, Clara, 23 Oxenreider, Peggy, 166, 178 Oxenreider, Terry, 162, 176 178 Paine, Helen, 170 Palmer, Shirley, 75, 96, 99 Paradee, Dennis, 162 Parfet, Patsy, 170, 179 Paskos, Petro, 166, 181 Pehlman, Doris, 78, 87, 96, 97 103 Pelligrini, Frank, 78, 98, , 111 Pelligrini, Marian, 58, 65, 96, 120 Penturelli, Rose Ann, 96, 97, 120 Pennock, Georgia Peratta, Ronald, 78 Petree, Darlene, 80 Petree, Dolores, 75 Phillips, Jan, 75, 92, 93, 108, 116, 117, 123, 124 Phillips, John, 22 Phillips, Lee, 156, 170, 175 Phillips, Martin, 170 Piotrowski, Joan, 75, 96 Plank, Edward, 75 Plank, Robert, 162, 182 Plastics Club, 179 Podgurski, Daniel, 78, 98, 103 Pohl, Christine, 75, 84, 94, 96 Pohl, Norbert, 170 Popalo, James, 178 Potteiger, John, 162, 175, 181 Potteiger, Linda, 75, 88, 90, 139 Potter, Nancy, 170, 180, 181 Powers, Mark, 58, 65, 89, 90. 98, 114 Pratt, Michael, 75 Price, Richard, 166 Price, Sandra, 78, 97 Pritchard, David, 75 Projectionist Club, 179 Prutzman, Barbara, 58, 65 Prutzman, Mildred, 159 Prydybasz, Andrew, 58, 65, 92. 98, 124, 130, 131, 152 Pugliese, Anthony, 174 Purdon, Andrew, 189 Purdon, Gregory, 182 Purdon, Steven, 166, 181 Putt, Linda, 80 Rahn, Dennis, 59, 65, 130, 131, 152 Rahn, Frances, 30 Ramsay, Hazel, 160 Rapp, Barry, 170, 174 Rapp, Helen, 24 Rappaport, Cynthia, 166, 180 Rauenzahn, Margaret, 166 Ream, Reber, Reber, Mary Lyndell. 166 Linda, 180 Redcay, Nancy, 170 Reed, Janet, 170 Reed, Reed, Reed, Reed, Reese. Reese. 182 Reese, Reeser Linda, 163, 181 Nancy, 78, 96, 97 Ronald, 166, 180 Terry, 79 Barbara, 163, 178, 182 Edward, 123, 163. 174, Shirley, 163, 178 , Gregory Reeser, Richard, 166, 176, 182 Reeser, Scott, 59, 65 Reichenhach, Paul, 170 Reider, Keith, 171, 183 Reinert, Alma Reinert, Anita, 23 Reinert, Brainerd, 160 Reiner Reiner t, Glenn, 80 t, Nairn, 171 Reinhart, Merle, 59, 65, 96 Reinhold, Romaine, 79, 96, 120 Schaeffer Reiniger, Lee, 166, 176, 178 Reiniger, Michael, 75, 89, 90 Reist, Bradley, 59, 65, 89, 93 98, 102, 104 Reitz, Kenneth, 60, 65, 89, 90, 98, 130 Reiter, Russell, 75 Rentschler, Karen, 60, 69 Rentschler, Linda, 166, 182 Rentschler, Lyndell, 172, 178 Reppert, Charles, 75, 150 Schaadt, Bradford, 79, 98, 103, 111 Schaefer, Forrest, 171, 181 Schaefer, Linda, 76, 94 Schaefer, Spencer Schaeffer, Gerald 22 96, 139 Schaeffer, Craig, 171 Schaeffer, Gerald, 22 Schaeffer, Jere, 171, 181 Tobias, .Alan, 81 Reppert, Joan, 79 Reppert, Kerry, 171 Rhoads, Dianne, 166, 178 Rhoads, Elsa, 163, 178 Rhode, Ronald, 28, 31, 33 Rice, Harold, 79 Richards, Bonnie, 163, 182 Richards, Gary, 75 Richards, Jerome, 163 Richards, Joyce, 80 Richards, Randall, 156, 163 Richards Richards Richards , Randolph, 182 , Stephen, 171 Terry 79 Snyder, Barbara, 166 Richardson, Linda, 171, 182 Richardson, Samuel, 137 Richenhach, Paul, 178 Riegel, Arlene, 171 Ringler, Janet, 75, 96 Rissmiller, Terry, 75 Ritchie, Carl, 30, 31 Ritz, Patricia, 12, 75, 84, 88 94, 96, 97, 119, 120 Roberts, William, 171 Robertson, Faye, 163 Rodech, Carol, 80 Rodino, Filomena, 166, 178 Rogers, Robert, 171 Rohrbach, Allen, 166, 174, 180 Rohrbach, Joanne, 4, 60, 69 86, 88, 95, 143, 189 Diane, 10, 60, 69 Rohrbacher, , Linda, 163, 182 , William, 25 Schaich, Fred, 166, 178 Schaich, Linda, 171, 182 Schearer, Barry, 166, 180 Schearer, Linda, 76, 96 Scheirer, Susan, 171 Schell, Edward. 171, 178 Schlegel, Frederick, 25 Schlegel, Harry Schlegel, Harvey, B1 Schlegcl, Linda, 171 Schlicker, Andrea, 55, 62, 120 Schlott, Darlene, 166, 182 Schlott, James, 166, 181 Schmauder, Dianne, 79, 84, 88, 97, 119, 120 Schmauder, Robert, 4, 10, 55, 98, 99, 102, 104, 109, 112, 116, 117, 122, 123, 125, 136, 145 Schaeffer Schmeck, Lynn, 163 Schmeer, Roy, 171 Schmehl, Donna, 166, 178 Schmehl, Kermit, 21, 152 Schmehl, Paul, 171 Shirk, Thomas, 183 Shoemaker, James, 171, 179 Shoff, Virginia, 166, 180 Shollenberger, Gladys, 166, 178 Shomo, Leslie, 63, 103, 125, 137 Shomper, Mary, 166, 178, 180 Showers, Jeannette, 166 Showers, Jon Showers, Sandra, 171 Shram, David, 79 Shrum, Joseph, 111 Shugars, Kathryn, 79 Shukar, Gerald, 79, 103, 111 Shutter, Barry, 163, 181 Sidella, Raymond, 166 Simmons, Sarah, 160 Singleton, Richard, 79, 87 Skrocki, Dorothy, 166, 181 Slagowski, Linda, 171 Slonaker, James, 81 Smith, Charles, 79 Smith, Darlene, 12, 76, 91, 94, Stoltzfus, Dale, 166, 180 Stoltzfus, Dean, 166, 180 Stolzfus, Lee, 79 Storm, Robert, 166 Strausser, Judith, 81 Strittmatter, Carl, 21, 31, 111 Strunk, Carol, 79 Student Council, 91 Stull. Sandra, 79, 97 Suxnrall. Barbara, 172 Sumrall, Carolyn 163, 181 96, 97, 119, 120 Smith, Smith, Darryl, 91, 94, 96, 133 Harvey, 51, 64, 103 Smith, John, 171 Smith, Kathleen E., 79 Smith, Kathleen M., 79, 96, 153 Smith, Marie, 24 Smith, Robert, 163, 175, 181 Summons, Terry, 76, 89, 90, 94, 98, 144 Sweigert, Marie, 23 Swimming, 111 Swoyer, Catherine, 81 Swoyer, Douglass, 172 Swoyer, Harold, 51, 65 Swonyer , Jan, 172 Tennant, Olive, 32 Tenn"f5,'106 Terenchin, Joanne, 53, 66 Thiry, Virginia, 79, 87, 96, 97 Tobias, Christine, 163, 180, 181 Tobias, Donald, 166, 182 Tobias, Harry, 79, 98, 103, Tobias, Maxine, 81, 91 118 Tobias, Sandra, 76, 97 Tobias, Sharon, 97 Tripple, Janice, 166, 181 Trischler, Richard, 79, 98, 103 Weidner, Larry, 76, 89, 111 Weidner, Paul, 167 Weiser, William, 61, 68 Weitzel, Kenneth, 81 Weitzel, Kent, 156, 172, 174, 178 Weitzel, L. Ray, 29, 32, 99 Wentzel, Benton, 163 Wentzel, Daniel, 163 Wentzel, David i Wentzel, Mary, 79, 96, 97, 120 Wentzel Wen tzel Werley, , Rodney, 81 , Walter, 81 Linda, 167 Werner, Carol, 172, 182 Werner, Franklin, 61, 68 Werner, Robert, 172 Werner, Ronald, 167 Werner, Scott, 172 Werner, Stanley, 76 Wertz, Carol, 12, 76, 97 Wertz, Catherine, 160 Wertz, sandra, ea, as, 90, 93, 97, 99, 110, 119, 120, 124, Schmehl, Schmidt, Richard, 171, 182 Roger, 171, 175 Smith, Sandra, 171, 178 Smith, Susan, 171 Smith, Virginia, 51, 64, 88, 96, 97, 135 Smith, William, 171, 175 Snead, Darlene, 171 1 1 Schmitt, Jay, 114, 160, 175, 176 Schnable, Francis, 55, 62, 87, 98 Snyder, Betty, 81 Snyder, Frederick, 171 Snyder, James, 79 Schoener, Jerry, 163, 174, 181 Joanne, 51, 64, 91, Schoning, Kathleen, 166, 180 Williams, Jack, 172, 178 Rohrer, Charles Wagner, Darlene, 53, 66, 92 Staudt , Edith, 160 Steely, Diann, 166, 181 Weber, 85, 86, 88, 97, 132, 129, 136 149 Rohrbacher, John, 163, 178 Rohrbacher, Matthew, 22 Rohrbacher, 176 Terry, 166, 174 Roland, David, 166, 174, 178 Roland, Mary, 75, 93 Rollman, Faith, 171 Ross, Thomas, 171 Ross, William, 80 Rossi, Carol, 79, 87, 96, 97, 120 Rossi, Louis, 80, 174, 176 Rossiter, Eric, 81, 111, 175 Rossiter, Linda, 14, 60, 69, 88 96, 99, 130, 131, 136, 152, 153, 189 Roth, Michael, 171 Rothenberger, Ann, 171 Rothenberger, Carol, 171, 179 Rothenberger, Catherine, 178 Rothenberger, Irvin, 60, 69, 90 Rothenberger, James, 171, 178 Rothenberger, Larry, 163 Rothenberger, Linda, 61, 69. 88, 91, 96, 97, 135 Rothenberger, Nancy, 76 ' Rothenberger, Pearl, 160 Rothenberger, Sally, 79 Rothenberger, Sharon, 171 Rothermel, Catherine, 76, 86 88, 90, 110, 124, 139 Rothermel, Daniel, 22, 23 Rothermel, Joan, 96 Rothermel, William, 61, 69 Rowe, James, 171, 174, 181 Rowe, Orvis, 163, 182 Rowe, Richard, 171, 181 Rowe, William, 79, 102 Rowley, Dennis, 166, 174 Rowley, Thomas, 79, 156 Rubright, Gary, 79, 91 Ruffner, Olivia, 160 Romer, Judith, 76, 84, 86, 94 97, 120 Rupp, Estella, 160 Ruth, Elsie, 79 Ruth, Evelyn, 79 Sabatino, Sandra, 76, 153 Sabbatino, Judith, 166, 181 Sachetta, Robert, 166 Salks, lngus, 166, 174, 178 Saltzman, George, 76, 103 Snyder, 176, Schoning, Rudolph, 76 Schonour, Linda, 171 Schrader, Barry 79 Schroeder, Linda, 171, 181 Schrom, Roger, 166, 182 Schrum, Christine, 171, 178 139: Schrum, Joseph, 76 Schuler, Richard Schwambach, Timothy, 171, 182 Schwartz, Margaret, ,84, 96, 97, 120 Schwartz, Ronald, 79 Scianna, Mary, 166, 179 Scull, Larry, 79, 99 Seaman, George, 166, 181 Seaman, Jean, 81 Seaman, June, 166, 182 95, 131, 189 Snyder, John 76, 98 Snyder, Robert, 156, 166 Snyder, Robert, 166, 175, 180 Snyder, Robert, 51, 62, 64, 89, 124 Snyder, Sandra, 171 Snyder, Thomas, 76, 98, 102, 105, 108 Snyder, Thomas, 79, 89, 90, 93, 98, 102 Snyder, William Sobresky, Kathy, 171 Sourbrine, Richard, 166, 182 Spancake, Claude, 31, 36 Spancake, Jay, 13, 76, 87, 92, Trout, Charles, 22 Trout, Dennis, 66 Trout, Jeanne, 76, 84, 86, 94, 97, 119 Trout, Nancy, 172 Trout, Stanley, 167, 176 Trout, Susan, 4, 53, 66, 95, 96, 188 Troutman, Joanne, 146 Troutman, John, 76, 87, 98, 103, 118 Trumbore, Sylvia, 172 Typing Club, 87 Ulle, Warren, 167 U.N. Club, 99 Vaccaro, Sandra, 172, 179 Valeriano, Andrea, 167 139, 143, 147 Wertz, Susan, 163, 181 Westley, Michael, 172, 178 Wetzel, Sandra, 172 Weyandt, David, 163, 174, 181 Weyandt, Judith, 76, 88, 94, 96 White, Sharon, 167 Whitehead, Charles, 167, 174, 178 Whitehead, Charlotte, 61, 68, 91, 95, 96, 189 Whitehead, Leonard, 167, 181 Whitmer, Jeanette, 76 Wiand, John, 79, 98, 103 Wigersma, Mary, 163, 181 Valeriano, Lawrence, 76, 108, 112 Valeriano, Rudolph, 79 Vandcver, Mildred, 79, 96 Van Driel, Margara, 172, 180 98, 9 Spatz, 9, 133, 144 Donna, 76, 96 Varsity Baseball, 108, 109, 112 Varsity Basketball, 116, 117, 122, 123 Varsity Cheerleaders, 104, 110, 124 Varsity Club, 98 Vogel, David, 163 Seibert, Joseph, 76 Seidel, Seidel, Betty Lou, 76, 88, 189 Elizabeth, 166, 180 Spatz, Harry, 160 Judith, 36, 64, 71, 88, Spatz, 90, 95, 96, 97, 119, 124, 166. Seidel, Elizabeth, 171 Seidel, Mary Ellen, 76, 88, 189 Seidel, Suzanne, 62, 86, 88, 90, 91, 95, 189 Seifert, Edward Seifert, Elwood, 163, 178 Seifrit, Larry, 92, 93 Seip, Warren, 160, 176 Seisler, Sidney, 76 Sekella, Frank, 79, 102 Sekella, Mary, 166, 178, 180 Sell, Ilona, 171 Sell, Mathan, 31, 32 Sell, Sandra, 55, 62, 86, 91, 95, 189 Seleski, Maxine, 79, 88, 91, 97, 110, 119, 120 Selig, James, 166, 182 Sensenig, Ralph, 76 Sewing Club, 181 Sfameni, Connie, 55, 63 Sfameni, Elsie, 79 Shalfe, JoAnn, 79, 87 Shalter, Sandra, 166, 178 Shaner, Ethel, 23 Shaner, James, 160 Sharp, Jeffery, 166 Sharp, Michael, 163, 176 132, 136, 143, 146, 150, 189 Spatz, Lorna, 171 Spayd, Arlan, 171 Spayd, David, 81 Speck, Dawn, 171 Spinka, James, 81, 123 Spinka Spohn, , Terry, 81, 175 Cynthia, 166, 178 Spohn, John, 79, 103, 118 Spohn, Ronald, 81, 174, 176 Spohn, Rosemary, 171 Spohn, Sandra, 76, 96 Sprout, Edna, 183 Stage Crew, 86 Stahler, Donna, 81 Stalbot, Faye, 171, 181 Stalnecker, Barry, 171 Stamm 99 , Leslie, 51, 64, 92, 93, Stamm, Linda, 166, 180 Starke, Herbert, 25 Starke, Patricia, 163, 178 Staron, Beverly, 166 Vogel, George, 163, 176, 182 Wadzinski, Richard, 79 Wagner , Dennis, 79 Wagner, Donna, 167, 180 Wagner, Harriet, 76, 97 Wagner, Janice, 163, 181 Wagner Karl 172 174 178 Wagner: Marjbrie,'29, 32 Wagons eller, Randy, 172, 174 Wagonseller, Renee, 53, 66, 88, 91, 96, 99, 189 Wahl, Geraldine, 146 Waldbiesser, Linda, 167, 178 Williams , Barry, 167 Williams, Donna, 61, 69, 86, 91, 97, 152 130, 131, 132, 149, Williams, Patricia, 14, 61, 69, 88, 96, 99, 129, 139 Wilson, Wilson, Jane, 163, 178 Mary, 172, 180 Wimmershoff, Gary, 167, 180 Wink, J anet, 79, 96, 97, 99 Winnings, Mary Jo, 29, 32, 91 Wise, Carol, 163 Wismer, Norman, 31, 32 Withers, Kenneth, 172 Withers, Terry, 167, 175 Witman, Diane, 172, 179 Witman, Linda, 172 Witman, Sandra, 167 Witmer, Linda, 179 Witmer, Jeanette, 97 Wixon, Jan, 163, 181 Wixon, LaMar, 172 Wixon, Marlene, 76, 97 Wolf, Margaret, 167, 178 Wolfe, Ed, 81, 123 Wolfe, Jeffery, 172, 182 Wolfe, Pamela, 79, 84, 88, 90, 97, 119, 152 Wolfe, Patricia, 79, 97, 152 Wolfinger, Ellen, 76 Wolfskill, Joy, 167, 180 Wollyung, Patricia, 61, 69, 86, 95, 97, 99, 120, 149, 188 Wood, Linda, 4, 61, 69, 94, 96, 137, 143, 146, 189 32, 33, 36, 95, Waldhiesser, Richard, 79 Walker, Alan, 81 Walton, David, 10, 53, 66, 89, 91, 99, 102, 128, 130, 131, 147, 151, 152 Walton, Sharon, 172 Warmkessel, Arlington, 79 Warmkessel, Leroy, 172 Warmkessel, Patricia, 53, 67, 96 Wary, Donald, 163, 181 Wary, Doris, 53, 67, 86, '88, Woods, Glenn, 188 Wunder, Yakimo, Barry, 172, 174, 178 Linda, 167, 180, 182 172 Yargus, Linda, Yargus, Loretta 76, 99, 189 Yarnell, Victor, 31, 32, 99 Yeager, Barry, 156, 167 Yeager, Barry L., 167 Yeager, Glenn,' 172, 178 Yeager, Horace, 76 Yeager, Joan, 167 Yeager, 88, 97, Karen, 12, 76, 34, 86, 119, 120, 145 Sharp, Shaub, Steven, 76, 98, 102, 111 Michael, 171 Shaub, Terry, 4, 55, 63, 94, 108, 109, 124, 1434, 189 Shaver, Joan, 166 Shaver, Ruth, 76, 96, 133 Sandel, William Sanders, Jeanette, 61, 69, 86 91, 189 Sanders, Johanna, 61, 69, 86 91, 189 Santoni, Carol, 171, 182 Santoni, David, 171 Sassaman, Terry, 76 Savage, Richard, 171, 178 Savini, Anthony, 62, 69 Scaltz, James, 134 Scaltz,' Sherry, 79, 96, 97, 120, 143 Shaw, Robert, 171 Sheehan, Robert, 55, 63, 98 103 Sheetz, Linda, 180, 181 Sherman, Linda, 166, 181 Sherman, Patricia, 76, 84, 96, 97, 119, 120 Shewchuk, Ronald, 163 Shide, Craig, 171, 179 Shifflet, Martin, 166 Shipe, Dean, 171, 175, 179 Shipe, Robert, 79 Shipe, Robert D., 158 176, Glenn, 4, 36, 51, 65, 87, 89, 91, 98, 102, 104, 109, 112, 116, 123 Steck, Josephine, 79, 96, 97, 120 Steck, Steely, Eileen, 163, 178 Steely, Lee, 79 Stefl, Harold, 30, 31, 102, 103, 105, 108, 144 Stein, Dennis, 71, 76, 87, 98, 117, 145, 148 Steininger, Treva, 51, 65, 96 Steinmetz. 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