Muhlenberg High School - Muhltohi Yearbook (Laureldale, PA)
- Class of 1963
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"Look not mournfully into the past, it comes not back
again. Wisely improve the present, it is thine. Go forth
to meet the shadowy future, without fear, and with a
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Today's future is the "Space Age." To those brave
astronauts, who face the future "without fear and with
a manly heart," and the many unknown others who
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Members of Board of Education, STANDING: Mr. John W. Khouri, superintendent, Mr. Harry F. Ammarell, Mr. George F. Adam, Mr. Daniel G
Rothermel, solicitor, Mr. Matthew A. Rohrbacher, President. SEATED: Mr. John L. Phillips, Mr. Gerald D. Schaeffer, Mr. Bernhard J. Rohrbacher.
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berg Twp. Authority-
Arthur C. Melick, Mr.
Daniel Rothermel, soli-
citor, Mr. Chester M.
Fies, Mr. Harold A.
Stoudt, Sec., Mr. John
W. Khouri, superin-
tendent, Mr. Lester
Kauffman, Pres., Mr. W.
Laurer Huyett, member,
Mr. John D. Fox, treas-
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MR. CARL STRITTMATTER, Assistant Principal of Muhlenberg
Township High School.
BUS DRIVERS Left To rlghf Mr Harry Correnti, Mr. Samuel Leinbach, Mr. Edward Burkhart, Mr. Charles Gassert, Mr. Edward Nichols, Mr Ed
ward Melfzler Mr Alvin Dunkelberger, and Mr. Robert Ammarell.
MRS. GRACE L. HOGUE, School Nurse
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Miriam Herb, Mrs. Gladys Evans, and Mrs. Minnie Dunkle,
CUSTODIANS-Mr. Harry Dowling, Mr. Herbert Starke, Mr. Meas McKnabb, Mr. Beneville
Didyoung, Mr. Floyd Henne, Mr. Floyd Berkemeyer, and Mr, Frederick Schlegel.
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Mr Lawrence lmboden, Typing instructor. "That's right,
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The Commercial Department is one of great impor
tance to our school and its functions. This course ad-
ministered bookkeeping, shorthand, business law, typ-
ing, and office practice along with everyday assign-
ments. Students were engaged With the business staff
for the purpose of the financial end of the Muhtohi
Senior pupils, engaged in this particular course, took
part in work experience. This included iobs in local
industries and in this manner they became accustomed
to the responsibilities as future iobholders. This ex-
perience gained by the girls was one of highest value.
As a second task, the girls were each assigned to act
as secretary to a faculty member and assist with their
"Fourssore and seven years ago . . . oops! Wrong class." Miss
Thelma Knauss teaches typing and shorthand.
"Don't tell me A doesn't come after B!" Mr. Norman
Wisrner, teacher of commercial subiects.
The Law and Mr. Butz-Mr. Joseph Butz
instructs a Business Law class.
Director of Guidance
Muhlenberg's Library played an important role to the student for any information
unknown to him or for the purpose of attaining greater knowledge. Knowledge is
something that can never be taken from any individual. Thomas Carlyle once said,
"A library is a poor man's university."
Mrs. Mary Jo Winings, librarian, returns misplaced book to its rightful position.
"Sense and sensibility"
were two factors stressed
by our Guidance Counse-
lor for the students' own
benefits. "A friend in need
is a friend indeed" and
this department was fore-
most to students for guid-
ance and problems. It
equipped individuals with
initiative and instilled con-
fidence within them.
Miss Frances Rahn, guidance director, advises two students concerning their future plans
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much enthusiasm, proper English grammar
.. J. T' and usage.
Mrs. Mildred Bodolsky instructs in writing research papers as she
prepares her pupils for college life. g jp
First and foremost in everyone's goal is
the ability to converse and write intelligently
with whomever you may come in contact.
This desire was striven for in the English
Department and gained through an itinerary
consisting of grammar, vocabulary, composi-
tion work, literature, and iournalism. Also
included in this department was a World
Literature course for all college-bound stu-
dents wishing to increase their knowledge
of great masterpieces of literature.
Miss Olive Tennant brightens her literature classes with a bit of humor.
Mr. Glenn Woods re-
sponds to students'
reading of The Solid
Mr. William Abramowicz
gives personal assistance
in English composition as
well as adding a 'Few
moments of Latin in-
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Your feet, boys, your feet!" Mr. Donald Delp tries to teach the members
of his class the fundamentals of soccer.
Mr. Donald Fetterman, safety education instructor, can
often be heard muttering, "Pedestrians are idiots!" as
he conducts his classes.
A healthy body and mind are essential to every student
in order to extend best efforts for all purposes. Many
heights progressed and resulted in enioyment in gym
class and health courses were for the complete under-
standing of each individual. Driver training and safety
education were great aids to future motorists and also
for the benefits of future society. The Home Economics
department developed sewing and cooking skills. This
knowledge secured will be of use to any young girl
preparing for her future life.
Miss Dorothy Boyer, home economics teacher, tries to persuade a student
that the hemline should come, "just below the knees!"
"You think you have troubles!" Miss Mary Jane Delp,
physical eduction teacher, coaches the girls' basketball
team during a time out.
Driver Trainin and
Mrs. Maiorie Wagner, Latin ll instructor, assists students
with difficult coniugations.
The Foreign Language Department gave stu-
dents the challenge to engross themselves in a
language other than their own. Courses offered
here were Latin, Spanish and a four-year German
itinerary which some day may be of great value
in a foreign country.
structs ardent students.
Mrs. Annette M. Marth, German and Spanish teacher, reminds a student to turn all volume off before
leaving the language lab.
"Eins, Zwei, Drei"-Mr. Wilbert Wollenhaupt, German teacher in
Mr. Ronald Rhode, art instructor ex-
claims, "Oh! Another Rembrandt!"
Industrial Fine Arts Department
included the Art, Shop and Mechani-
cal Drawing courses which formed
hidden talents and developed them
to the fullest degree. Perfection was
a determining factor in all accom-
plishments! The Art Department was
also responsible for all proiects such
as scenery for plays, centerpieces
for various occasions, and posters
for functions within the school.
These departments added personal-
ity to our school.
Mr. Olin Marth instructs students how to
read a voltmeter during one of the shop
Mr. Robert Bukowski industrial arts teacher ponders
over his students work
Mr. Quentin Keath, while he instructs a pupil in one
of his mechanical drawing classes thinks, 'Ths
surely different from directing the maiorettes
Mr. Harold Stefl instructs puzzled seniors
on Trigonometry problems.
Mathematics can be fun, so people say. Here at Muhlenberg
many students found this to be true. Courses in algebra, plane
geometry, Trigonometry and calculus developed many "Hamlets,"
or in plain words, thinkers. These courses developed a sense of
values for students and helped to progress the "gray matter" for
future problems, whether it be for engineers, technicians, or
Mr, Robert Knouse goes over homework problems with ninth grade
Mr. Glenn Miller, new addition to the mathematics department, teaches
tenth grade Algebra ll students.
Mr. Carl Richie explains plane geometry problems to a
troubled eleventh grade student.
Mr. Henry Hoffman, music director, points out
the correct notes and remarks, "The music is
on the stand, not on the blackboard."
The Science Department provides many
The Music De-
p a rt m e n t has
reached heights in
m a n y categories
and given students
a challenge in many
respects. This de-
partment r e i g n s
over the bands,
choruses, and en-
tertainments of the
school and gives
opportunity to any
pupil with musical
Miss Alta Horton, music Instructor keeps time as a ninth grade
begins its vocal music class
Music and Science
opportunities tor creativity among students.
The annual science fair is composed of proi-
ects completed from biology, physics, and
chemistry classes. ln this project students
display their imagination, brilliancy and
knowledge by an intricate or simple exhibi-
tion. The science program, promoted by its
instructors, is a well-rounded course with
excellent supervision to better enable pupils
to a fuller understanding of this great me-
chanized society in which we live today.
Mr. Myron Boyer, biology teacher, remarks, "Let's not butcher, remember we're
Mr. Claude Spancake, physics and chem- Mr. Robert Stickles, biology and physics in- Mr. Matthan Sell, general science in-
istry teacher, says, "Not all specific structor, iokingly asks his class to "Get to the structor, remarks to his students, "Don't
gravity tests are always this bad." root of the problem." tell me your notebooks are in the
ti 4.1 1' My
Mr. Edmond Ettinger, history instructor-"Oh really! You say there's a
wall over there?"
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Mr. Victor Yarnell uses visual aids in Mr. Carl Strittmatter, Civics in-
class. structor, explains, "Did you
knovv William Penn never lived
in Mount Penn?"
"One of these days l'll learn to work this thing, then we'll see the film,"
remarks Mr. Ray Weitzel as his students impatiently wait.
Mr. Natale DeLuca, World Culture and Civics
teacher, adds a bit of humor to the discussion of
The courses included are World
Culture and History, American His-
tory and Problems of Democracy.
The United Nations club, an out-
standing organization of the depart-
ment, had bestowed upon them the
privilege of attending the Metropoli-
tan Toronto Model U.N. in Canada.
A few members were delegated to
attend this conference which in-
stilled in them a broader horizon
and understanding of the U.N. and
international problems. Also for the
fifth straight year various members
ot this club attended the East Coast
Model United Nations Conference
in April, l963.
MR. WILLIAM E. ABRAMOWICZ B.A.-St. Charles Seminary, M.A.-
Lehigh University, English, Student Council Adviser.
MRS. MILDRED M. BODOLSKY B.S., English, Social Studies-West
Chester State College, Graduate Work, University of Pennsylvania,
English, World Literature, Commencement, Honor Society.
MISS DOROTHY J. BOYER B.S., Home Economics-Cedar Crest College,
Graduate Work-Drexel Institute of Technology, Foods and Clothing,
Commencement, Fashion Show.
MR. MYRON F. BOYER B.S.-Kutztown State College, Temple Univer-
sity, Pennsylvania State University, Biol09y, Senior Class Adviser,
Biology Club and F.S.A. Club Adviser.
MR. ROBERT F. BUKOWSKI B.S.-Millersville State College, Industrial
Arts Field, Wood, Graphics, Leather, Ceramics.
MR. JOSEPH P. BUTZ B.S.-Bloomsburg State College, General Business,
Business Math, Businesss Law, F.B.L.A. Sponsor.
MR. DONALD N. DELP B.A., Health and Physical Education-East
Stroudsburg State College, M.Ed., Temple University, Health, Physical
Education, Adult Education, Boys' Intramural Sports Director, Boys'
MISS MARY JANE DELP B.S., Health and Physical Education-West
Chester State College, Health, Physical Education, Girls' Hockey,
Girls' Basketball, G.A.A. Club, Girls' Intramural Sports Director, Girls'
MR. NATALE DELUCA B.A.-Albright College, World Cultures, Social
MR. EDMOND A. ETTINGER B.A.-Albright College, M.A.-University
of Connecticut, Graduate Work, University of Pennsylvania, U.S. and
World History, Director of Dramatics, Dramatics Club, Forum Club.
MR. DONALD L. FETTERMAN B.S.-Ursinus College, Temple University,
Driver Training, Baseball, Football.
MISS MARCIA M. GEHMAN B.A.-Muhlenberg College, English, Civics.
MR. HENRY F. HOFFMAN, JR. B.S., Music Education-Lebanon Valley
College, Conservatory of Music, University of Pennsylvania, Instrument-
al Music,-Blue Band, Show Band, Muhl Revue.
MISS ALTA H. HORTON B.S., Public School of Music-Mansfield State
College, Vocal Music, Muhlaires, Muhleteers, Mixed Chorus.
MR. LAWRENCE L. IMBODEN B.S., Commercial Education, Beckley Col-
lege, Bloomsburg State College, Typewriting I and II, Work Experience,
Head of Business Education Department.
MR. QUENTIN R. KEATH B.S., Education-Major in Industrial Arts-
Millersville State College, M.Ed., Maior in Industrial Arts, Pennsylvania
State University, Mechanical Drawing, Head of Industrial Arts Depart-
ment, Maiorettes, Custodian of Athletic Equipment, Chairman of High
School Executive Committee, President of Local Branch P.S.E.A.
MISS THELMA L. KNAUSS B.S., Education-Bloomsburg State College,
Shorthand I and ll, Office Practice, Observer Advertising and Circula-
MR. ROBERT M. KNOUSE B.S., Mathematics, Albright College, Algebra
MRS. ANNETTE K. MARTH B.A.-Albright College, Graduate Work,
University of Mexico and Temple University, Spanish I and II, German
I and II.
MR. OLIN R. MARTH B.S., Millersville State College, Metal, Electricity,
Stage Crew, Tennis, Director of Civil Defense.
MR. GLENN O. MILLER B.S.-West Chester State College, Health and
Physical Education, Mathematics, Graduate Work, Temple University,
University of Pennsylvania, Track and Field Coach, Swimming, Algebra
I, and General Mathematics.
MR. JEROME MORTARANA B.A.-Albright College, History, Political
Science, M.A.-University of Pa., International Relations, Ph.D.-Grad-
uate Work, Kutztown State College, P.O.D., American History, United
MISS FRANCES A. RAHN A.B.-Hood College, Master of Education-
Harvard University, Guidance Director, Public School Psychologist, Y-
MR. RONALD L. RHODE B.S., Art Education, Kutztown State College,
Art and English.
MR. CARL W. RICHIE B.S.-Bloomsburg State College, Algebra ll,
Plane Geometry, Assistant Baseball Coach, Varsity Club.
MR. MATTHAN SELL-B.S., Education-Kutztown State College, Graduate
Work, Temple University, Biology, General Science.
MR. CLAUDE A. SPANCAKE B.S. and Graduate Work-Pa. State Uni-
versity, Master of Education-Temple University, Chemistry, Physics,
Hi-Y, Hall Patrol.
MR. HAROLD STEFL B.S., Mechanical Engineering, Bucknell University,
M.Ed., Guidance Temple University, Plane Geometry, Trigonometry,
MR. ROBERT N. STICKLES B.S.-Albright College, Summer School-
Kutztown State College, Biology, Physics.
MR. CARL E. STRITTMATTER B.S., Education-Kutztown State College,
M.A.-Lehigh University, Civics.
MISS OLIVE TENNANT B.S., Health Education and English-East
Stroudsburg State College, Columbia University, Lehigh University,
MRS. MARJORIE L. WAGNER B.A.-Albright College, Summer Session,
Pa. State University, Latin.
MR. L. RAY WEITZEL B.A.-Albright College, M.A.-University of II-
linois, University of California, Kutztown State College, Temple
University, University of Colorado, American History, World Cultures,
Debating, Model UN.
MRS. MARY JO M. WININGS B.S., Education-Kutztown State College,
Graduate Work-Pa. State University, Librarian, Library Club, Audio-
MR. NORMAN N. WISMER B.S.-Bloomsburg State College, Master of
Education-Temple University, Shorthand I, Bookkeeping I and ll, Jr.
Business Training, Savings Club, Bookkeeping Club.
MR. WILBERT H. WOLLENHAUPT A.B.-Albright College, Summer Ses-
sion, Kutztown State College, German and English.
MR. GLENN H. WOODS B.A.-Lebanon Valley College, Shippensburg
State College, M.Ed.-Temple University, English, Journalism, Observer,
MR. VICTOR R. H. YARNELL B.S.-Albright College, M.A.-University
of Pa., History, P.O.D., Model U.N. Club, Debating, Graduate Work
Pa. State University, Lehigh University.
Mr. Jerome Mortarana, new addition to
Social Studies department, prepares les-
sons for POD classes. He replaced Mr.
Victor Yarnell, who was elected to serve
in House of Representatives in Harrisburg.
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Y-TEENS-Left to right, FIRST ROW: Miss Frances Rahn-adviser, Dianne Camilli, Olivia Camilli, Diane Witman, Sandy Eisenharr, Filomena
Rodino, Sharon Hodgkins, Elizabeth Iezzi, Carol Jackson-vice pres., Mariann Arbogast-pres. SECOND ROW: Sharon Rothenberger, Linda Werley,
Gail Krick, Elvira Gogliuzza, Sandy Mattes, Grace Lumley, Donna Weaver, Michele Czarnecki, Ethel Kramer, Nancy Healy, Evie Auchenbach,
Carol Samoni, Linda Haeseler, Rosemarie Zasztowt, Diane Rhoads. THIRD ROW: Georgia Pennock, Linda Schonour, Ginny Kessler, Karen Ford,
Sandy Brown, Martha Potteiger, Carlene Long, Donna DeSante, Barbara Kalbach, Linda Schlegel, Judy Dresher, Holly Knepp, Anna Marie
Ellis, Marie Knutson, Linda Brown, Bonnie Delcollo. FOURTH ROW: Susan Wertz, Linda Hagenman, Joan Yeager, Judy Sabatino, Aileen Moyer, Judy
Boyer, Kathy Geho, Judy Gallagher, Carolyn Sumrall, Carol Rodick, Faye Hoffman, Pat Groff, Candace Manzella, Rosemary Spohn, Pat Hinkel,
Darlene Bernstel. FIFTH ROW: Catherine Swoyer, Diane Fairchild, Pat Beecher, Carol Kunsman, Linda Hower, Marcia Brown, Jody Brunner, Sandra
Shalters, Carol Gehrke, Lyndell Reber, Dorsey Amenolola, Patricia Starke, Sandy Lessig, Janet Moyer, Leslyn Herb, Eileen Nardo.
Girls Give Gateway to Grandeur, Giggles, Genius,
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Left to right, FIRST ROW: Carol Weaver-sec., Nancy Trout, Linda Slagowski, Sandra Vaccaro, Judy Valerino, Sarah Dunlap, Tammy Miller, Judie Kohl,
Linda Sherman, Carole Leibold, Susie Scheirer, Susie Guldin, Joan Hammond, Sandi Bechtel, Jane Kaufmann, Sandy Smith. SECOND ROW: Linda
Hess, Sharon Young, Dianne Chura, Joan Coopersmith, Dolores Carl, Gail Dunkelberger, Diane Guistwite, Kathleen Hughes, Sharon Bennethum,
Sandra Murphy, Carol Rothenberger, Linda Gaspari, Christine Curtis, Debbie Linderman, Sandra Wetzel. THIRD ROW: Loretta Kramer, Barbara
Tranquillo, Andrea Valeriano, Linda Fies, Janice Heffner, Mary Hoffman, Rosalee Fedak, Linda Sheetz, Pamm Steiner, Carolyn Carl, Linda Bucks,
Shirley Reese, Maxine Tobias, Jane Wilson, Suzi Clouser, Patsy Parfet. FOURTH ROW: Mary Wilson, Lyndell Rentschler, Christine Heere, Carol
Lonaberger, Kathleen Kircher, Dawn Dautrich, Gail Grim, Susan Deprill, Christine Schrum, Andrea Young, Linda Schaich, Carol Hiester, Judi Leisey,
Jane Martin, Sandy Benton. FIFTH ROW: Pat Corriden, Linda Kitchens, Cheryl Bieber, Carol Wise, Nancy Althouse, Sandra Kocur, Kris Gustantino,
Annie Godshall, Jeanne Bare, Peggy Oxenreider, Dolores Hater, Judy Filman, Darlene Waytovich, Kathy Sobresky, Linda ,Grube, Darlene Fields.
Y-Teens is an active club at Muhlenberg High School throughout the entire
school year. Under the capable leadership of Miss Frances Rahn, guidance counse-
lor, it holds six main events which start in December and continue into May.
Along with the main occurrences, the club also brings in people from outside the
school to talk to the girls on various topics. First happening of the year comes in
, the beginning of December when the group holds its annual Spaghetti Supper.
Galety and Next on the agenda is the Valentine's Day Dance. This year they approached the
dance in a different manner by having nominees for a King of Hearts, who was to
have been the most-liked personality in the senior class. Shortly following the
dance is the Fashion Show in Reading for brides-to-be. The Y-Teens always con-
tribute its senior members to model, which gives them experience and poise while
appearing before a group. Then they model in their own fashion show at the
school and gather door prizes, which again is another chance for them to meet
others. At the end of the year, the senior members of the organization take a trip
to New York, giving them a chance to view the city and visit designated places,
while they have the opportunity of being together very closely for the last time.
Hl-Y-Left to right, FIRST ROW: Tim Cordier-pres., Walter Dieterle, Royce Gernert, Larry Graeff Walter Gerhard Roger Schmidt Karl Wagner
SECOND ROW: Robert Snyder-vice pres., Jeffrey Wolfe, Steve Pradon, Jeff Hammond Orvis Rowe Dwight Moser THIRD ROW Edward Forry
-treas., Larry Endy, Peter Hutsko, R. J. Adams, Jack Williams, Glenn Hain, Richard Christ FOURTH ROW Allen Rohrbach Jack Lattemann Larry
Yentsch, Robert Smith, Terry Rohrbacher, Steve Nye, Dennis Fronheiser.
School Support, Spiritual Development and Fmanclal
Aid Constitute Clulfs Goals
This service organization, which is under the advisership of Mr.
Claude Spancake, was established to create, promote, and maintain
religious living. These goals were fulfilled under the leadership of
Tim Cordier, president, Robert Snyder, vice president, and Jerry
Schoener, Chaplain. Douglas Moyer, secretary, and Edward Forry,
treasurer, also assisted by maintaining the group's records. During
the football season this association decorated the goal posts. At
Christmas they performed the kind and charitable act of giving bas-
kets of food to needy persons. They contributed to the community
welfare by collecting for the heart fund in Nlarch. The members of
Hi-Y have shown their dedication to the school by sponsoring an
assembly program in October and by presenting the varsity letter-
men with trophies. Both Hi-Y and our school were represented by
Edward Forry and Walter Dieterle who attended the Hi-Y Model
Legislature in Harrisburg. By serving as Senators, they took part in
the running of the government. These undertakings and helpful ac-
tions are examples of loyalty, consideration, assistance, and sincerity,
which merit our lasting appreciation and gratefulness.
F Girls Seek 66New', Horizons
"Broadening their horizons," the Senior Horizon Club Girls
under the leadership ot Mrs. Ralph Rhoades, sponsor, certainly
carried out the purpose as they busied themselves with many
activities throughout the year. Basically being a service club, these
former Camp Fire Girls undertook various community projects.
Several of Their meetings were devoted to wrapping bandages for
the Reading Hospital while several girls volunteered to give some I
of their time to such organizations as the Blind Association, Berks N
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Heart Fund Sunday rolled around, l bet you can guess which girls
went from door to door calling for the Heart Fund! Besides these,
they took advantage of the opportunities surrounding them as
they toured the David Crystal Dress Factory and Quaker Maid
Other meetings were devoted to a gift wrapping demonstration by the Bell Telephone Company and cooking at
the Metropolitan Edison Company. ln February the club entered a table setting contest. Choosing Springtime as their
theme and with a lot of effort, this artistic bunch came out the winners. By engaging in some money making proi-
ects, such as cake sales, Italian sandwich sales and a nationwide candy sale, these eager beavers plan to furth-
er their horizons by taking a trip to Niagara Falls in June.
HORIZON CLUB-Left to right, FIRST ROW: Susan Leinbach-pres., Barbara Reese-treas., Eileen Steely-sec., Mary DeLong-vice-pres. SECOND
ROW: Lynda Maurer, Beverly Jones, Suzette DeLong, Carol Burkert, Sharon Walton, Loretta lsett, Christine Tobias, Faye Robertson. THIRD ROW:
Linda Handwork, Diana Hoptley, Linda Schroeder, Ruth Hill, Bonnie Beaver, Sandra Manwiller, Judy Keath, Elsa Rhoads. FOURTH ROW: Cynthia
Neher, Ruth Hill, Joanne Moyer, Robin Kleffel, Linda Henne, Nancy Redcay, Cheryl Lenich, Robin Fies, Sherry Faust, Barbara Cleaver.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY-Left to right, FIRST ROW: Barbara Reese, RoseAnne
Greenawalt, Patricia Starke. SECOND ROW: Carol Kunsman, Mary DeLong, Linda
Reed, Linda Bucks, Jane Wilson, Sandra Kocur, Shirley Reese, Eileen Steely,
JoElIen Ammarell, Mariann Arbogast, THIRD ROW: Warren Greth, Jerry Schoener,
Douglas Moyer, George Vogel, Joseph Julian, Michael Mehle, Elwood Seifert,
ational Honor Society
Several outstanding seniors were elected
by the faculty to an honorary organization,
the National Honor Society. This annual elec-
tion, which takes place in March, is an
acknowledgment of the contributions of
these seniors in character, scholarship, lead-
ership, and service.
The emblem of the Honor Society con-
sists of the keystone and the flaming torch.
The keystone is placed by the builder as a
symbol of the high ideals of this society:
character, scholarship, leadership, and serv-
ice. The flaming torch is the emblem of its
purpose to bear the light of truth to lead so
that others may follow in the light, and to
keep burning in the school a high ambition
for the enduring values of life.
With the guidance of Mrs. Bodolsky,
these students published the school hand-
book and made visitors welcome through-
out the school year.
The members of the National Honor So-
ciety are the outstanding citizens of the fu-
ture, but their worth is only as great as
the respect they receive or contribute in-
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STUDENT COUNCIL-Left to right, FIRST ROW: Barbara Reese-treas., Donna Schmehl-vice pres., Eileen Steely-sec., Royce Gernert-pres, SECOND
ROW: Bonnie Levengood, Susan Leinbach, Catherine Rothenberger, Patricia Starke, Mangine Tobias, Larry Graeff, John Cozzi, Edward Reese, Mike
Roth. THIRD ROW: Mary Wilson, Ruth Hill, Linda Sheetz, Jane Gockley, Judy Boyer, Cheryl Lenich, Scott Meyer, Kent Weitzel, Ronald Zygmunt,
Fred Shaich. FOURTH ROW: Judie Kohl, Mariann Arbogast, Bonnie Delcollo, Aileen Moyer, Loretta lsett, Linda Gaspari, Stanley Trout, Robert
Snyder, George Ettele IV, Robert Griesemer, Joseph Julian, Dwight Moser, Mike Mehle.
The Student Council, under the advisership of Mr. William
Abramowicz, works throughout the year trying to better, the
school. There are three main proiects which are sponsored
by Student Council-the Holly Hop, the Council Kickoff and
the selling of programs at football and basketball games. Dur-
ing the summer, active members work to gather the needed
materials and ideas for the council's programs in order that
every thing is ready in September. The Holly Hop, which is
one of the biggest dances of the school year, is planned in
detail almost one whole year previous to the dance. A lot of
time has to be taken for the selection of a good band,
decorations, and committee organizations. Council Kickoff
is the first dance of the year. Introducing the new students, D Q-A
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ferent school is host to this conference, which is considered
an honor to attend. Our school, as well as others, profits
greatly from attending the conference. Student Council
operates as one voice-a voice to the students of Muhlen-
berg. This "voice" does not always reprimand them, but
instead asks for their assistance to reach a main goal, making
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Carol WeaVe"- SECOND ROW! DOVOTIWY Skfofkif Sandra MaTfe5, MMV Scianna, Sandra Mohn, Evie Auchenbach, Carlene Long, Mariann Arbogast, Linda
Stamm, Linda Hagenman, Jane Gockley, Linda Handwork. THIRD ROW: Judy Dresher, Joan Adams, Beth Seidel, Lolita Eberly, Mary DeLong,
Christine Tobias, Barbara Reese, Judy Gallager, Linda Hess, Christine Curtis, Joyce Richards, Beverly Dukeman. FOURTH ROW: Gloria Jean Fink,
Eileen Nardo, Karol Boyer, Linda Hower, Carol Jackson, Petra Paskos, Cathy Brown, Sandra Manwiller, Donna Schmehl, Janice Hart, Lyndell Rentschler.
FIFTH ROW: Shirley Reese, Linda Bucks, Carol Wise, Kathy Hlatky, Christine Heere, Robin Fies, Cheryl Lenich, Judy Filman, Peggy Oxenreider,
Janalee Antolick, Gail Grim, Kris Gustantino.
Muhl Choral Crew Continues Musical Crusade
Each year at occasions such as the Christmas Assembly, Easter
Assembly, and Spring Concert, the Muhlenberg Mixed Chorus, under
the direction of Miss Alta H. Horton, renders several vocal composi-
ln addition to these events, however, there are various other op-
portunities for the Muhl songsters to display their voices. Churches
in and around the Muhlenberg area were delighted by Miss Horton's
nightingales. These churches were Calvary Lutheran, Laureldale,
Rosedale Reformed, Laureldale, Faith E. C., Temple, and United Church
of Christ, also in Temple.
But this was far from all the work ofthe chorus. All these programs
needed hours and hours of work tor preparation. Early morning
sessions starting at 7:30-8:30 were necessary at least twice a week
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MUHLAIRES-Lett to right, FIRST ROW: Beth Seidel, Evie Auchenbach, Sandra Mohn, RoseAnne Greenwalt. SECOND ROW: Janice Hart
Joan Adams, Judy Dresher, Beverly Jones. THIRD ROW: Shirley Reese, Lyndell Rentschler, Linda Bucks, Petra Paskos. FOURTH ROW: Judy Filman
Kris Gustantino, Robin Fies, Christine Heere, Gail Grim.
Muhlaires and Muhleteers
Guy and Gal Songsters Grant Service to School
While the Mixed Chorus supplies music for concerts,
The Muhleteers and Muhlaires, The boy group and
girl group, respectively, perform for social events
around The area.
The Muhlaires consist of l7 girls andthe Muhleteers
of l7 boys. They sing for functions such as Women's
Club meetings and church social groups. ln addition
to this, they also render their services by singing
vocal numbers in concerts and assemblies. Miss Alta
Horton directs These groups.
MUHLETEERS-Lett to right, FlRST ROW: Donald Wary, Elwood Seifert. SECOND ROW: Ronald Reed, Tim Cordier, Dennis Paradee, Jerry
Bonnano, Gerald Boyer. THIRD ROW: Larry Graeff, David Graeff, Barry Irwin, John Hart. FOURTH ROW: Randy Richards, Richard Christ
Larry Yentsch, David Roland, Warren Ulle, Jack Williams.
Association's Aspects Are Assistance and
LIBRARY CLUB-Left to right, FIRST ROW: Suzi Clouser-treas., Sandy Smith-sec., Loretta Kramer-vice pres., Sharon Bennethum-pres SECOND
ROW JoAnne Blewett, Carol Davis, Sandy Cramer, Barbara Sumrall. THIRD ROW: Sandy Eisenhart, Filomena Rodino, Darlene Stitzer, Eileen Nardo
Linda Handwork, Beth Holl, Donna Epting. FOURTH ROW: Diane Witman, Leslyn Herb, Carolyn Sumrall, Judy Garber, Sandy Manwiller Linda Fies
Joanne Moyer, Peggy VanDriel. FIFTH ROW: Joan Coopersmith, Judy Keath, Sandy Murphy.
Could you help me find this book? Do you have any reference material on John Dewey? These
are a few of the many questions which are asked of the members of Library Club by unsure
students trying to find their way about Muhlenberg's library. Besides answering questions, the
members of the Library Club also busy themselves by keeping the library in a neat and orderly
fashion, pasting pockets on books, putting on book iacket covers, and keeping a nice display on
the library bulletin board. They also have the unpleasant task of over due book notices to forgetful
students. The members help our librarian, Mrs. Mary Jo Winings, by working behind the desk
checking books in and out. They perform this task before and after school and during their study
periods. As members of Library Club, students learn basic library procedures, library arrangements,
Band PC1'fO1'111S Formations on MH1Ch1Hg F1e1d
BLUE BAND-Left to right, FIRST ROW: Terry Oxenreider, Glenn Hain, Richard Hoffmaster Judith Keath Diane Rhoads Gloria Jean Fink Linda
Kauffman, Sandra Cramer, Carol Davis, Beverly Jones, Larry Graeff, Royce Gernert Royce Manwiller Mr Henry Hoffman director SECOND ROW
Lee Fink, Lolita Eberly, Marie Knutson, Darryl Conner, James Fredericks, Karl Wagner Lee Remiger Lee Phillips Fred Schaich Dennis Paradee Gail
Grim, John Grill, Steve Pratt, Randy Richards. THIRD ROW: Robert Kline, Theodore Hilbert Robert Dewalt Glenn Yeager David Moyer James Rothen
berger, David Roland, Richard Savage, Robert Herbine, Norman Dresher, Kenneth Weaver
FootbaH garnes, parades, and Nanonal Honor Sodety
assembly were just a few of the many times Muhlenberg
students were greatly entertained by the sounds of the
Blue Band under the duecnon of AAL Henry Hofhnan.
Lively drills on the football field, the rendition of pep songs,
along vvnh iazz ancl shovv tunes and exceHent ranngs in
the Chnsnnas parade requned the band rnenwbers and AAL
Hoffman to stand up and receive their well-deserved laurels.
To achieve their present standard, band members spent many
hours of pracnce and drHHng before schooL dunng acnvny
penod and n1secHonalreheamak,xNhkh gave eachinenv
ber close instruction and supervision in his particular field.
However, all their work was well worth the effort. To round
outthe year,the Band heklthen annualconcertin AAay,at
which time parents as well as students could review the
accontphshrnents and the fnnshed product of the '62J63
SHOW BAND-Left to right, FIRST ROW: Royce Manwiller, Jeff Hammond, James Federicks, Lee Reiniger, Lee Phillips, Karl Wagner, Marie
Knutson, Mr. Henry Hoffman-director. SECOND ROW: Lolita Eberly, Dennis Paradee, John Grill, Steve Pratt. THIRD ROW: Elwood Seifert,
Robert Dewalt, David Moyer, Glenn Yeager, David Roland.
Mellow Musicians Master Many Melodies
A small group of talented and well-groomed musicians, under the direction of Mr. Henry Hoffman, added
much to the enjoyment of assemblies and pep rallies with their presentation of popular and standard music.
At pep rallies students were introduced to the '62-'63 band, and were pleased immediately with what they
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"Right Face! Forward march!" Sound like an army sergeant? No, it was just Linda
Bucks, color guard captain, as she barked signals at her fellow standard bearers, Cheryl
Bieber, Sharon Bennethum, Sandra Kocur, Susan Deprill, Diane Guistwite, Linda Hower
during their many half time and pre-game performances during the football season.
These girls, under the supervision of Mr. Henry Hoffman, assisted by Nlr. Quentin Keath,
spent many hours of drilling during the hot summer months in order to present the colors
and standards of Muhlenberg at all the football games, parades, and in the maiorette
COLOR GUARD-Left to right: Diane Guistwite, Linda Bucks-captain, Sandra Kocur, Cheryl Bieber, Sharon Bennethum,
Susan Deprill, Linda Hower.
SENIOR LEADERS-Left to right: Susan Wertz, Jane Wilson,
Throughout the football
season the maiorettes with
their masterful precision have
provided incentive, enthusiasm
and spirit for both the team
Their fine performances are
examples of long, hard prac-
tice and good supervision by
Mr. Quentin Keath, director.
This practice began at Red Lion,
Pennsylvania, where for three
days they were taught new
stunts and learned how to im-
prove their fundamentals.
With the close of the Maiorette Show, the annual high light
of the maiorettes' year, the tenth and eleventh grade girls
bade farewell to eight seniors who have worked hard and
contributed greatly to the maiorettes reputation of excellent
skill. These girls were Shirley Reese, field marshal, Jane
Wilson, flag leader, Kris Gustantino, Joyce Meck, and Faye
Robertson, flag twirlers, Christine Tobias, and Diane Fairchild,
senior batons, and Susan Wertz, band maiorette.
The perfect co-ordination and team work exemplified by this
organization combined with fine leadership and long training
are the true reasons why Muhlenberg's maiorettes hold such a
Steel and Skirts Fly
JUNIOR LEADERS-Left to right: Peggy Oxenreider, Mary
Sekella, Marcia Ellingsworth.
SENIOR BATONS-Left to right: Peggy Oxenreider fleaderj, Christine Tobias, Diane Fairchild,
Lyndell Reber, Sandra Shalter.
J. V. MAJORETTES-Left lo right, FIRST ROW: Loretta lsett, Jody Brunner, Judy Gallagher, Bonnie Delcollo, Linda Haeseler,
Georgine Kralles, Evelyn Auchenbach, Nancy Healy. SECOND ROW: Robin Fies, Linda Fairchild, Lyndell Renfschler, Diane
Chura, Sharon Young, Christine Curtis, Ruth Hill, Aileen Moyer, Kathy Geho.
as High Steppers Strut
SENIOR FLAGS-Left io right: Kris Gustanlino, Joyce Medi, ANNOUNCERS AND SOAKERS-Left to right: Linda Reed, Rose Anne Greena-
Judy Kohl, Faye ROberTSOn, Holly Knepp, Jane Wilson wall, Dolores Amendola, Janalee Antolick, Linda Handwork, Elsa Rhoads. Mr.
Cleaderj. Quentin Keath fadviserj.
JOURNALISM I-Left to right, FIRST ROW: George Ettele IV, Annie Godshall, Sandra Kocur. SECOND ROW: John Hart, JoAnne Blewett,
RoseAnne Greenavvalt, Sharon Hodgkins, Filomena Rodino. THIRD ROW: Tim Braun, Karal Boyer, Judith Kohl, Linda Brown, Michele
Sallade, Mariann Arloogast, Beth Seidel. FOURTH ROW: Linda Kitchens, Carolyn Cari, Bonnie Beaver, Judie Leisey, Jane Martin, Cathy
Brown, Mary Shomper,
Muhlenberg Observer and Mubltobyi
Yearbook Is Published Despite Lack of Staff
PHOTOGRAPHERS-Left to right: Mr. Robert Rasbridqe, Mr. Andrew Purdon.
MUHLTOHI ART STAFF-Left to right
Shirley Reese, James Spinka.
MUHLTOHI AND OBSERVER EDITORIAL STAFF-Left to right: Tim Braun, Susan Wertz, Linda Reed,
Shirley Reese, Mr. Glenn Woods-adviser.
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Despite the shortage of staff members, this year's Muhltohi and Observer were published. ln
order to be a member of both the staffs, one has to take both Journalism I and ll. The adviser
for both of the publications is Mr. Glenn Woods. Both of the publications belong to the Columbia
Press Association and the Pennsylvania School Press Association.
The Observer staff for this year consisted of Linda Reed, News Editor, Shirley Reese, Feature
Editor, Susan Wertz, Back Page Editor, and Tim Braun, Sports Editor. Besides publishing the
Observer, this group gained additional experience in writing. This group also tried to maintain
the second place rating which last year's Observer vvon in the Pennsylvania School Press Association.
BOOKKEEPING CLUB-Left to right, FIRST ROW: Mr. Norman Wismer-adviser, John Potteiger, Cheryl Bieber-Ass't,
Business Manager. SECOND ROW: Linda Stamm, Susan McDonald, Linda Waldbiesser, Linda Werley, Catharine
Swoyer. THIRD ROW: Diann Steely, Judy Burns, Judy Garber, Carol Gehrke, Lyndell Reber. FOURTH ROW: Diane
Fairchild, Joyce Richards, Suzette DeLong, Dolores Carl, Rosalyn Bloedow, Theda Gately, Carolyn Boyer.
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FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA-Lett to right, FIRST ROW: Mary Shomper-vice pres., Jane Wilson-pres., Holly Knepp-sec.-treass. SECOND
ROW: Diane Witman, Beverly Jones, Evie Auchenbach, Sandy Snyder, Rosemary Spohn, Barbara Reese, Patricia Starke. THIRD ROW: Frances
Rahn-adviser, Sandy Lessig, Linda Haeseler, Carlene Long, Carol Davis, JoAnne Blewett, Patrick Mullarky, Sandy Cramer, Beth Seidel, Anna
Marie Ellis, Janet Moyer, Sandra Manwiller, Mariann Arbogast. FOURTH ROW: Kathleen Eluges, Judith Kohl, Judy Keath, Ruth Hill, Andrea
Valeriano, Jack Williams, Maxine Tobias, Linda Hower, Carol Burkert, Eileen Steely, Lolita E erly, Marie Knutson. FIFTH ROW: Linda Reed, Susan
Deprill, Carol Wise, Peggy Oxenreider, Peggy VanDriel, Cheryl Lenich, David Moyer, Eleanor Kistler, Carolyn Carl, Barbara Tranquillo, Robin
Fies, Sherry Faust, Kathy Sobresky.
Leaders of Tomorrow Gain Experience
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From apple-polishing to gangster pranking is
what you may encounter during a typical day if
you enter the famed profession of educational
counseling, or more simply, school teaching. To
educate others is an honorable privilege which
brings satisfatcion. There is one club at Muhlen-
berg set up especially to advocate the teaching
profession, the Future Teachers of America club.
Consisting of about thiry-five members from tenth
to twelfth grade, this club's purpose is to aid
students in finding out if teaching is the vocation
they would like to choose. F.T.A. which meets
about once a month is presided over by June
Wilson, president, Mary Shomper, vice pres., Hol-
ly Knepp, sec.-treas., and Mike Mehle, program
chairman. Miss Frances Rahn, guidance counsellor,
is adviser. Student teaching and observing are
the club's main activities. Once a week each mem-
ber goes to observe the classroom of their choice,
ranging from kindergarten to twelfth grade, dur-
ing a free period. At their monthly meetings the
future teachers give a summary of what they did
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Better Business Principles Practiced
Commercial students in the tenth, eleventh, twelfth grade meet with their adviser, Mr. Joseph Butz, to partic-
ipate inthe activities of the Business Leaders of America Club, which is sponsored on the local level and the
national level by the National Business Education Association.
Activities ofthe club during the year included cake sales, spelling bees and an assembly program entitled
"Battle ofthe Classes."
Cheryl Bieber was president of the organization. The vice president is Rosalyn Bloedow: secretary Carolyn Boyer
and treasurer, Loretta Kramer.
The purposes of the club were twelve-told. Among these were to develop competent, aggressive business
leaders, to strengthen the confidence of young men and women in their work and in themselves, to create
more interest and understanding in the intelligent choice of business occupation and to improve and to estab-
lish standards for entrance into store ancl office occupations.
FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA-Left to right, FIRST ROW: Mr. Joseph Butz, adviser, Carolyn Boyer-sec., Pat Beecher-reporter,
Loretta Kramer-treas., Rosalyn Bloedow-vice pres., Carol Crooks-asst. Sec.-treas., Cheryl Bieber-pres. SECOND ROW: Janice Harbonic,
Catherine Swoyer, Peggy Rauenzahn, Judith Korn, Judith Sabatino, Sharon Walton, Linda Handwork. THIRD ROW: Judy Burns, Carol Rodick,
Sandy Smith, Sandra Wetzel
Sandra Benton, Carolyn Kline,
Carol' Jackson, Kathleen Schoning, Nancy Trout. FOURTH ROW: Karl Wagner, Charlene Faller, Linda Schaich
Darlene Waytovich, Cynthia Gromis, Kenneth Weaver.
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STAGE CREW-Left to right, FIRST ROW: Mr. Olin Marth-adviser, Alex
Miller, Warren Greth isittingl stage manager. SECOND ROW: Royce
Gernert, Douglas Henne. THIRD ROW: David Fetterman, Gary
Group Readies World of
Sound, Lights and Flats
Administering sound effects, setting up scenery, developing new
and better lighting techniques are lust a few of the things which
are produced by the stage crew. Also included in their busy schedule
is helping with props for school assembly programs, class play Muhl
Revue, various rehearsals, or whenever their assistance may be called
for on the stage. Some of their time is spent during night rehearsals
for the school and sometimes activities not concerned with the
ta e Craft Club
Club Centers Activities Around
Creativity and Criticism
One of MuhIenberg's newly formed clubs is the Stage Craft Club,
which is under the leadership of Mr. Ronald Rhode. When the Stage
Craft Club was first added to the school's activity program, many
students wondered what was the purpose of this club. Mr. Ronald
Rhode revealed that the Stage Craft Club was formed to prepare
scenery for the special assemblies and programs throughout the year.
Members of this club also produce special properties for such events
as May Day, the Junior and Senior Class Plays, the Muhl Revue, the
Band Concert, and the Spring Concert.
Membership of the Stage Craft Club is open to all grades and
the club is conducted somewhat like an art class.
Another job of stagecraft members is to design stage settings and
provide special properties for particular plays.
Stage Craft Club was also organized to give the students interested
in the theatrical world the opportunity to study theatrical makesup
and production techniques.
Throughout the school year, stage craft members learn how flats
are constructed, the techniques of painting scenery, and to create
If any student is interested in the field of art and the theatrical
world, ioining the Stage Craft Club would be a very reliable ex-
STAGE CRAFT CLUB-Left to right, FIRST ROW: Mr. Ronald Rhode-adviser, James Spinka, Holly Knepp, AnnaMarie Ellis, Sandra Bechtel
Dolores Amendola, Rosemarie Zastowt, Carolyn Sumrall, Virginia Kessler. SECOND ROW: Marcia Brown, Sharon Bennethum, Linda -Bucks
Linda Sheetz, Robin Kleffel. THIRD ROW: Eugene Burkart, Darlene Fields, Sherry Faust, Joyce Napior, Peggy VanDreil, Pamm Steiner
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HALL PATROL-Left to right, FIRST ROW: George Vogel, Elwood Seifert, David Evans, Robert Snyder, Dennis Paradee, Jerry Schoener, Edward
Forry, Joe Julian. SECOND ROW: Mike Mehle, Terry Spinka, Robert Griesemer, Robert Germann, Mike Sharp, Richard DiGuardi, Doug Henne,
Dwight Moser. THlRD ROW: James Miller, Walter Dieterle, David Fetterman, Keith McLaughlin, Warren Greth, Barry Humbert.
Students Direct Traffic in Hallways
"Hey, turn around! You're walking on the wrong side of the hall!" This might be one of the several com-
ments made by the hall patrol to students of M.T.H.S.
The hall patrol has the iob of keeping dazzled students moving in the proper direction and at a proper
rate of speed to prevent congesting. These boys also help with tire drills and air raid drills. To sum it up they
have general supervision of students through the halls.
Mr. Claude Spancake, adviser of Hall Patrol, stated that for the service these boys give, they receive a letter
at tne end ofthe year.
DEBATING CLUB-Left To right, FIRST ROW: Mr. Ray Weitzel-adviser, John Grill. SECOND ROW: Robert Greenawalt. THIRD ROW Mr
Jerome Martorana-adviser, Linda Reed, FOURTH ROW: Janet Moyer, Rose Anne Greenawalt. FIFTH ROW: Joseph Manzella, Karal Boyer
Club Reads, 'Rites, Rebuts
Resolved: that the United States should take a more force-
ful policy toward Cuba." Through much preparation and
hard work, the debating club fully exerted itself in inter-
scholastic meets at Hamburg, Muhlenberg, and Schuylkill
Valley on March 6, 7, and 8 respectively. With the aid ot
advisers, Mr. Ray Weitzel and Mr. Jerome Martorana, this
year's debaters learned to take criticism and thus better
themselves. Out of the eight members of the club, the
"Selected six" represented Muhlenberg on the debate panels.
However, all eight members gathered information and
shared their accumulated knowledge. Through much research
and practice, these ambitious students learned to "dig" for
the truth, speak it, and then be ready for the "rabble-rousing"
rebuttal by the opposition.
The Model United Nations Club, advised by Mr.
Ray Weitzel and Mrs. Jerome J. Martorana, added
one more thing to their busy schedule this year, a
trip to Canada Model U.N. Conference, at which
Muhlenberg was the only U.S. school to participate.
East Coach Model United Nations Conference was
on the agenda again this year at Pierre S. DuPont
High School in Wilmington, Delaware. Eight dele-
gates represented Norway through the conference,
April 5, 6, 7. To attend this conference, students
were chosen according to ability, experience, club
participation and co-operation, performance at prev-
ious Model U.N. conferences, and leadership. The
main purposes of the club are to teach students how
to think and talk in front of an audience, to learn to
understand the problems and viewpoints of the
peoples of other countries anol to learn how the
U.N. functions and its influence on world affairs.
UNITED NATIONS-Left to right, FIRST ROW: Mr. Ray Weitzel-adviser, Rose Anne Greenawalt-pres., Linda Bucks-sec., Linda Reed treas
Carol Burkert-historian, Mr. Jerome Martorana-adviser. SECOND ROW: Diane Witman, Bonnie Levengood, Barbara Kalbach, Darlene Weaver
Marie Knutson, Janet Moyer, Jacqueline Jost, Andrea Valeriano, Kathleen Huges, Karal Boyer. THIRD ROW: Lynda Maurer, Linda Sheetz
Pamela Steiner, Joanne Moyer, Nancy Redcay, Christine Heere, Joyce Napior, Sheery Faust. FOURTH ROW: Ronald Zygmunt, Richard Haiech
Roger Schmidt, Jack Lattemann, John Grill, David Moyer, Ray Sidella, Robert Greenawalt, Joseph Manzella.
GIRLS' BOWLING CLUB-Left to right, FIRST ROW: Laura Kennedy, Diana Hoptley, Judy Valeriano, Marcia Brown, Sandra Wetzel Suzanna
Lebo. SECOND ROW: Linda Schroeder, Sandra Vaccaro, Carol Rothenberger, Patricia Parfet, Nancy Trout, Charlotte Klee, Susan Smith Dolores
Hafer. THIRD ROW: Linda Richardson, Georgia Pennock, Cynthia Neher, Martha Pottieger, Joyce Napior, Barbara Huber, Diana Chura
Darlene Fields, Nancy Cassidy. FOURTH ROW: Jane Kauffman, Kathleen Hughes, Delores Moatz, Ilona Sell, Christine Curtis, Jody Brunner
Darlyn Ott, Faye Stalbot, Lynda Maurer, Tammy Miller, Pat Corriden.
Boys' and Girls' Bowling Clubs
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"Get that spare" are familiar words
when bowling. This is a lot easier said
than done. It takes many hours of prac-
tice and instruction to perfect this skill.
Bowling club is one way of learning to
bowl properly. The first step of instruc-
tion is films showing form and handling
the ball properly. After learning the
fundamentals, teams are formed. These
teams then compete against each other.
The clubs meet weekly at Laurel Lanes
Bowling Alley. The purpose of the Boys'
Bowling Club is to provide an opportunity
to learn an activity with a great deal of
carry over value. This club meets each
Wednesday during the seventh period.
There are twenty boys who participate.
Their faculty adviser is Mr. Donald Delp.
The Girls' Bowling Club consists of thirty-
nine members, who meet every Tuesday
during the seventh period. The officers
of the club: Joyce Napior, president,
Donna DeSante, vice-president, Marty
Potteiger, secretary, Christine Curtis,
treasurer, Miss Mary Jane Delp, adviser.
FORUM CLUB-Left to right, FIRST ROW: Elsa Rhoads Qstandingl-sec., Mary Wilson, Linda Hess, Diane Rhoads, Carol Davis, Sandy Cramer, Susan
Leinbach. SECOND ROW: Phil Mertz, Sandra Kocur, Carolyn Carl, Bonnie Beaver, Robin Keiffel, Theda Gately, Cathy Brown, Dorsey Amendola.
THIRD ROW: Darryl Conner, Donald Moleski, Richard Bahner, Robert Germann, Warren Greth, Glenn Yeager, James Fredericks, Alex Miller.
Inquiring Minds Promote
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Forum Club has been revived again this year tor the
purpose ot giving those students, who are properly qualified,
extra study in such subjects as literature, history, current
events, and many other subjects.
ln order to be a member of the Forum Club one must
have at least a B average and have a willingness to partici-
pate in discussions and club activities. The club's adviser
is Mr. Edmond Ettinger.
Boys? Bowlin Club
Left to right, FIRST ROW: Michael Westly, Tony Pugeise, James Rowe
Michael Davis, Jackson Heffner, Steve Richards, Henry Hafer, Barry Smith
Fred Hoagland. SECOND ROW: Michael Gross, Steven Kehr, Dennis Spease
Lee Althouse, Gregory Bennethum, Kenny Levan, Carl Metz, William Smith
Dennis Fetter, Rich Adams, David Ney, Mr. Donald Delp.
BIOLOGY CLUB-Left to right, FIRST ROW: Mr. Myron F. Boyer -adviser, Ann Rothenberger Steve Bauer Wayne Cox Martha Potteiger
Richard Protheroe. SECOND ROW: Marsha Hassler, Linda Richardson, Linda Schlegel Carol Rothenberger Patsy Parfet Daniel Krize Sandy
Murphy, Dolores Hafer, Linda Schonour, Georgia Pennock.
B' l Club
Activities Stimulate Further Interest
in Biological Field
Biology club is an organization formed to arouse interest
in the biological field. Students, wishing to ioin, have all
the opportunity to gain further knowledge in all
aspects of the biology realm. lt also serves as an aid to
those who plan a biological profession, which includes doc-
tors, nurses, and X-ray technicians as well as biochemists,
pathologists, biology teachers, bacteriologists and many
others in the science profession. Since the start of the year
the club has had two speakers, Dr. Jasper S. Chen See, a
pathologist at St. Joseph's Hospital, and Mr. John J. Hoffman,
Narcotics Investigator for the Department of Public Health.
The students themselves have given panel discussions on
Radiation and a debate on Socialized Medicine. There have
also been films.
Club Members Obtain Background
for Future Occupations
Are you interested in continuing your career Through scientific lines? If so why not join other students with the
same likes and dislikes who are members of F.S.A., Future Scientists of America? Every Monday during the
7th period, class members, juniors and sophomores, attend a meeting which is conducted by Judy Dresher,
president, ll-2, Ronald Reed, vice-president, ll-5, Filomena Rodino, secretary, ll-5, and Philip Mertz, treasurer,
lO-6, under the guidance of Mr. Myron Boyer, biology teacher. Every month a different subject is selected
and executed for a program. These topics are usually a variety of the scientific fields which holds the interest of
someone in the club. For, example during the month of February, the club had a discussion on Mental Health
and then in the following weeks a film and a speaker were presented to better illustrate the subiect. ln the be-
ginning of the school year this educational club usually plans one large proiect, which will benefit the school
or its increasing population. This year they had planned to aid the number of awards which were given at the
Science Fair and also give a Grand Champion Award. Unfortunately there was a slight mix-up and the awards
were not purchased in time.
FUTURE SCIENTISTS OF AMERICA-Left to right, FIRST ROW: Mr. Myron Boyer-adviser, Patricia Keller, Judy Gallagier, Evie Auchenbach,
Linda Hagerman, Martha Potteiger, Marsha Hassler, Linda Yakimo-dir. of public relations, Judy Dresher-pres. SECOND ROW: John Kutzamanis,
Robert Greenawalt, Richard Haish, Alex Miller, Lynda Maurer, Ruth Hill, Filomena Rodino-sec. THlRD ROW: Donald Moleski, Warren Ulle, Stephen
Bauer, Kent Meyer, Mel Katzenmoyer, Joseph Manzella, Michael Westley, Ronald Reed-vice pres., Phil Mertz-treas.
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MONDAY TYPING CLUB-Left to right, FIRST ROW: Marilyn Havens, Catherine Rothenberger, Sandy Mattes, Sandy Mohn, Judith Korn, Marcia
Ellingsworth. SECOND ROW: Carol Jackson, Jeanette Hock, Beth Holl, Nancy Nieder, Darlene Bernstel, Peggy Rauenzahn, Leslyn Herb, Eileen
Nardo. THIRD ROW: Carol Haeseler, Sheri Mertz, Carole Leibold, Linda Sherman, Linda McCarter, Sandy Benton, Pat Corriden, Linda Schaich.
Clubs Created for Learning and Improvement
WEDNESDAY TYPING CLUB-Left to right, FIRST ROW: Barbara Sumrall, Linda Hagenman,
Eiler, Eileen Stoeber, Grace Lumley, Beverly Jones, Sandy Eisenhart. SECOND ROW: Judy
Linda Schroeder, Tammy Miller, Marcia Brown, Carlene Long, Beth Seidel, Susie Scheirer,
DeSante. THIRD ROW: Linda Grube, Barbara Cleaver, Judy Filman, Andrea Young, Cheryl
Rosalee Fedak, Peggy VanDriel, Joan Coopersmith. FOURTH ROW: Michael Moletrerr,
Schearer, Richard Schmehl, Fred Schaich, Dennis Danko, Thomas Bear, Paul Schmehl, Larry A
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TUESDAY TYPlNG CLUB Left to right FIRST ROW Suzette DeLong, Dorothy Skrocki, Joan Yeager, Linda Werley, Linda Waldbieser, Gail Krick
SECOND ROW Judy Burns Jeanette Showers Judy Sabatino Diane Rhoads, Carolyn Boyer, Diann Steely, Linda Stamm. THIRD ROW: Janice
Gricoskie Carolyn Kline Rosalyn Bloedow Sharon White Margaret Wolf, Carol Gehrke, Lyndell Reber, Sandra Shalter.
Typing for all students was offered during the activities
period. A typing club was held for students, primarily
academic, who could not fit the course into their daily
curriculum. They learned in a relatively short period of
time, the basics of typing which could ordinarily be learned
in a typing I class. Through much practice both during an
activity period and at home, they have learned to become
more self-sufficient and thus better collegebound students.
Typing ll club was held for any student who previously
had typing during a class period. During seventh period,
these students could practice technique, etc., and thus ac-
quire more skill which will help them become more effi-
cient in the secretarial course. Truly, typing club can be
stated as an assist to all students. lt not only is an aid to
those in the secretarial course but also teaches self-sufficiency
and the basic skills to academic students.
1962-'63 FOOTBALL SQUAD-TOP ROW, left to right: Randolph Wagonseller, Daniel Hoffman, Glenn Newcomb, John Rohrbacher, Leroy
Warmkessel, Richard DiGuardi, Gary Badinger, Barry Rapp. MIDDLE ROW, left to right: Norbert Rohl-manager, Kenneth McDonald, Darrel
Hinkel, Peter Galvin, Peter Hutsco, Edward Reese, Joseph Julian, James Spinka. BOTTOM ROW, left to right: Barry Browne-manager, Kent
Meyer, Ronald Zygmunt, Roger Schmidt, Robert Hanley, Jerry Hanley, Dean Shipe, Robert Snyder.
COACHES CONFER-Standing is Head Coach Mr. Harold Stefl. Kneeling
are Backfield Coach Mr. Paul McLaughlin, and Line Coach Mr. Jay Schmitt.
The out-weighed ii of the 62-63 season
pulled in a 4-6 record. Proud with many
games, coach Stefl realized the difficulty of
the weight ratio.
The practice was hard but worth while. It
always helped us in the 3rd and 4th quarters
when things started to get rough.
The sophomores dominated the squad with
26 members. With 8 iuniors that will be re-
turning Coach Stefl will have the iob of shap-
ing and conditioning them for the '63-'64
1962-'63 FOOTBALL SQUAD-TOP ROW, left to right: Larry Rothenberger, Lee Phillips, Michael Nye, Richard Fatkin, Kenneth Withers, Jeffrey
Wolfe, William Desmond, Donald Wary-manager. MIDDLE ROW, left to right: Barry Wunder, Stephen Pradon, Dennis Danco, Robert Griesemer,
George Ettele, Kieth McLaughlin, Kenneth Fulmer-manager. BOTTOM ROW, left to right: Joseph Manzella, Louis Pellegrini, Terry Withers, Paul
Weidner, Kerry Klick, Carl Lutz, Thomas Ross.
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62' CALLING DR. CASEY-George Ettele, Junior tackle, receives first
aid from trainer Dr. O'Brien.
ANT SIZED POWERHOUSE-Paul Weidner carries the pigskin against the
Pen Argyl eleven.
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RICHARD Dl GUARDI-END
4-6 L0 With 6 tarting Sophomores
FINGER DRIVE-Bob Hanley is stopped
PLENTY OF BLOCKING-Paul Weidner I3 sweeps right end and finds Steve Pradon 53
before ioo much yardage is gained.
and Bolo Hanley I8 clearing the way.
Muhls Are on the March
COAST IS CLEAR-Decepfive Paul Weidner ourruns Two Pen Argyl op-
ponenfs to Freedom.
UP, UP AND AWAY-End Dick DiGuardi prepares to snag a
pass as a Lancaster Catholic back defends.
iLeftJ 'EM GOOD-Affer 24 minutes of exhausting play, the Muhls look forward to their well
deserved halftime rest.
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COACH MR. ROBERT KNOUSE
The Seniors Strut fleft To rightj George Vogel, Jerry Schoener, Terry Oxenreider.
ln his initial season as coach, Mr. Robert MUl'1lS --------- -- --,- 21 Mount Penn -AY-YYY-..---V 34
Knouse masterminoled the 1962-63 Cross- Mvhls ----e---- -------- 3 7 Olel' --------.--.------v-----V.A- 13
Country squad 10 3 4-A mark, NlUl"llS ......Y.. ........ 3 2 SCl'lUYlkll Valley ........ 22
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this grueling sport were Lee Reiniger, a NlUlWl5 --e---,,- -------- l 7 WllSOf1 -YYY-...YYY.-..Y........ 38
Junior, and Kenny Lyons, a freshman. Also NlUl'1lS A---,---- ---4---- 2 3 EXGTSI' ............. -.4.... 2 7
contributing greatly to the cause, were seniors NlUl1lS ---'----- -------, 3 6 GOV- Mifflin --A---,f.f..,- T9
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rider and iuniors lngus Salks and Richard
FIRST ROW: Jack Long, Martin Phillips, Kenneth Lyons, and
Brian Graeff. SECOND ROW: Jeffrey Hammond, Raymond
Wiedefnhammer, Lee Althouse, and Richard Adams. THIRD
ROW: Glenn Hain, Daniel Calabria, Larry Yentch, Kerry
Reppert, and James Rothenberger.
FIRST ROW: Lee Reiniger, Tim Braun, and lngus Salks. SECOND ROW: Terry
Rohrbacher, Richard Reeser, and Robert Sachetta. THIRD ROW: George Vogel
and Stephen Musser. FOURTH ROW: Terry Oxenreider and Jerry Schoener.
Chosen as the Outstanding Athlete of Muhlenberg
Township High School for the year 1962-63, is James
Being somewhat short and well-built, Jim repre-
sented Muhlenberg in many sports throughout the
year. In tall, Jim was found playing football, and
later was chosen as a member on the Reading Eagle
and Times All-County' teams. Achieving the Knepp
trophy in wrestling, he was Berks County champion
in the 165 Ib. class.
Also active in Intramurals, Jim received trophies
in shuffleboard and basketball. During track season,
Jim was a weight lifting instructor.
As an all-around and devoted athlete, Jim gave his
all to every sport, and most certainly deserved to be
Muhlenberg's 1962-63 Outstanding Senior Athlete.
Pert and lively "Sandy"
Lessig is equally capable of
carr in the honors of bein
In the Muhl Lite
Whether on the hockey tield
playing center halfback, on the
basketball court as center guard,
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an outstanding athlete. Co-
starring with Mariann, Sandy is
definitely an asset to the Muh-
lettes, both in girls' basketball
and hockey. ln tenth grade
when Sandy was sidelined
with a broken shoulder, she
proved her 'faithfulness by
cheering her team to win. In
intramural basketball, volley-
ball, hockey, and baseball, this
able athlete led her girls on to
victory and championship. Out-
ot-school recreation, which
occupies Sandy's time, is yacht-
ing and swimming.
With an eye toward the tu-
ture, Sandy plans to enter the
field of physical education
teaching. Muhlenberg will al-
ways appreciate the willing-
ness and ability of Sandy Les-
or at the varsity games cheering,
Mariann Arbogast's enthusiasm
and zeal could be easily felt by
all bystanders. This perky '63
Yell Queen, because ot her out-
standing athletic ability and her
tremendous school spirit, was
selected as an outstanding girl
Though striving throughout
the year to improve Muhlen-
berg's sportsmanship Mariann
believes, "That there is plenty
of room for improvement."
HOCKEY TEAM-FIRST ROW, left to right: Mariann Arbogast, Sandra Lessig, Sandra Cramer, Susan Deprill, Holly Knepp, Eileen Steely, Gladys
Shollenberger, Peggy Oxenreider, Filameno Rodino, Particia Starke. SECOND ROW: Janice Stull, Judith Dresher, Elvira Gogliuzza, Barbara
Sterner, Evelyn Auchenbach, Carol Santoni, Linda Hassler, Barbara Huber, Janice Hart, Robin Fies, Judith Boyer, Carol Heister, Marie Knutson,
Georgia Pennock. THIRD ROW: Barbara Ney, Ann Arnmarell, Linda Schaich, Susan Davidson, Lolita Eberly, Katherine Hlatky, Linda Witmen,
Susan Guldin, Linda Sheetz. Sandra Bechtel, Deborah Linderman, Sandra Murphy, Pamela Steiner, Sandra Martin, Joanne Greenawalt, Ruth
Hill, Vicky Sands, and Nancy Redcay..
Muhlettes Tie for Second
Completion of the i962 hockey season found the Muhlettes in a tie
for second place with Wilson High School, and having a 4-2-2 record.
Although their record was not perfect, their spirits were "tops" in both
defeats as well as victories.
Along with the season the girls gained better sportsmanship, a willing-
ness to fight harder for their goals, and never once gave up the challenge
until the final whistle was blown.
With five seniors leaving, the Muhlettes will find themselves returning
with one half of the back field and three-fifths of the forward line, not to
mention the coach, Miss Mary Jane Delp.
Gladys Shollenberger is clear after re- ln preparation for the Wilson game at home Last minute preparations are made for the
ceiving a pass from a teammate. these girls decorated the field. Left to right game as Eileen Steely has her ankle wrapped
are: Elvia Gogliuzza, Sandra Lessig, Barbara by Cynthia Spohn.
80 Sterner, and Lolita Eberly.
At right two Muhlenberg girls Sandra Cramer and
Susan Deprill try to avoid a Wilson opponent Cleftl
from taking the ball away Looking on in the back-
ground is Muhlenbergs Eileen Steely.
COACH AND MANAGERS
-FIRST ROW, left to right:
Carol Davis, Jack Chockey
mascotj, Barbara Amma-
rell, Joanne Blewett,
Cynthia Spohn. SECOND
ROW: Sharon Hodgkins,
Dorsey Amendola, Coach
Miss Mary Jane Delp, and
At left Mariann Arbogast prepares to
tackle a Wilson opponent Crightl as Pat
Starke looks on.
Sandra Cramer Cleftj and Mariann
Arbogast frightl listen attentively
as the official Knot picturedj gives
the rules for the game,
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Record: -4 wins, 2 ties, 2
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George Vogel launches iumper against
Seated, left to right: Mr. Carl Richie and Mr. Robert
Knouse turned in a fine iob as official score keeper
and timer respectively.
Kevin McLaughlin and Bobby
Steinmetz show their approval
during the thick of action.
A tired, deiected Muhlenberg team receives half-
' time instruction from Coach Steinmetz.
it ophst Dominate
VARSITY-left to right, kneeling: Terry Oxenreider and George Vogel. Standing:
Mr. Robert Steinmetz, Kent Weitzel, Stanley Trout, Lee Reiniger, Daniel Calabria,
Kerry Reppert, Timothy Braun, Barry Rapp and Richard Reeser.
Braun quickly mOveS Surrounded by three Mount Penn
ball up court. defenders Tim Braun hooks a pass
to unseen teammate.
Rick Reeser maneuvers as Stan Trout looks on Clielowl
Kent Wertzel and David Staley battle for the loose ball
Pre-game tension mounts. Hear the latest ioke?
"Now this is how l want it run."
Kent Weitzel steals a pass and drives past his man for a
Muhl Cagers Turn in
for Coach Steinmetz
Under Coach Steinmetz, the 1962-63 edition of the varsity bouncers
completed their season with an even scoring record of 11-11. For the first
time in the history of basketball at Muhlenberg tour sophomores, Danny
Calabria, Kerry Reppert, Barry Rapp, and Kent Weitzel donned varsity uni-
Wearing the blue and gold for the last time, were George Vogel and
Terry Oxenreider. George, in his record season of Varsity competition, finished
second in team scoring behind Calabria. Terry, also a two yearman teamed
up with Tim Braun in the backcourt to play hustling and spirited ball through-
out the entire campaign.
It was truly a year of trial and Tribulation for Coach Steinmetz and the
boys. However, the experience gained should be reward enough.
All eyes on the ball. SCHEDULE
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Larry Uruckerj, Yentch manuevers
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With his Team trailing by three points in thc final stanza,
Dick Savage drives past his man for a basket.
Meiiau hlinites Emerge Victorious
Team Posts 16-5 Markg Finish Second
JUNIOR VARSITY-Left to right: Brian Graeff, Robert Haddock, Larry Yentsch, Fred Snyder, Jeffery Keim, Michael Nye, Richard Savage
James Rothenberger, Roger Schmidt, and Mr. Paul McLaughlin-coach.
Carol Hlester outlumps Twln Valley opponent.
Peggy Oxenrider shoots in pre-game
Coach Mary Jane Delp relates
Peggy Oxenrider battles for rebound as Carol Hiester looks on.
Muhlenloerg's defense retreats as opponent attempts scor
Left to right: Coach Delp and managers Anna Marie Ellis, Carol
Lonaberger, Carolyn Carl, Darlyn Ott, Linda Handwork, and Judith
GIRLS' BASKETBALL TEAM-Sandy Lessig and Mariann Arbogast. FRONT ROW, left to right: Cathy Sobresky, Nancy Cassidy, Linda Whitman,
Andrea Young, Linda Shike, Dolores Hafer, Carol Hiester, Colette Clark, Peggy Oxenreider, Robin Fies, and Sandy Murphy. SECOND ROW: Barbara
Sterner, Gladys Shollenberger, Evie Auchenbach, Judy Boyer, Janice Hart, Ann Rothenberger, Debbie Lindermen, Suzi Clouser, Holly Knepp,
Leslyn Herb, Lolita Eberly and Linda Schlegel.
Lassies Lasso Central Division Laurels
Under the fine leadership of coach Miss
Mary Jane Delp, the 1963 edition of the
Muhlettes ioosted a fine O-1, record and the
Central Division Championship. Only a slim
42-41 loss to Wilson, in the final game of the
season stopped this fine team from ioosting
the initial undefeated girls basketball season
in Muhlenberg's history.
Setting the scoring tempo during the season
were Sandy Lessig, a fine guard, who scored
156 points for a 17 point average and forward
Colette Clark, who scored 147 points with a
16 point average.
Sandy and Mariann Arbogast, an outstanding
defensive demon, represented the only seniors
on this year's squad.
With outstanding underclassmen like Colette,
Peggy Oxenreider, Robin Fies and Holly Knepp
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Record-8 Wins-1 Loss
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Colette Clark attempts a foul shot in
the game against Twin Valley.
the future looks bright.
Phew! This is the feeling expressed by the varsity as they reach
for oranges at halftime. Left to right: Carol Hiester, Dolores
Hafer, Sandy Lessig, Peggy Oxenreider, Robin Fies, Gladys Sholl-
enberger and Mariann Arbogast.
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The nine of clubs stand Left to right: Phil Mertz, Michael Wesley, Dennis Paradee, Edward Hart, Richard
Davis, John Rohrbacher, Herbert Hater, Leroy Warmkessel, and Kent Weitzel ready for action.
Golf Record at . OO Mark
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Losing only three men from this year's squad, the Muhl golf team should be a strong contender for county
honors next year.
Playing 14 games of golf, the team had a record which stands at the .500 mark. On the green or off the
team showed real spirit.
Mr. Jay Schmitt coached his team on to many victories and although they didn't run away with all the laurels,
they acquired their share.
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 enioying their favorite sport.
Time out from instruction, Mr. Jay
Schmitt, golf coach.
Fans check to see if tallying is correct, after enioying the game.
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3 Fleetwood 2
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Record: 4 wins-6
Left To right: Dean Sfoltzfus, Leonard Whitehead, Barry Humberf, Gerald Dailey, Daniel Clark,
Richard Reeser, Dale STolTzfus, and Mr. Olin Marth.
etmen Improve Season
This year The Tennis Team, composed of seven juniors, improved Their
record To 4-6. This record was accomplished under The expert coaching
of Mr. Olin MarTh. AlThough Their record This year was not The besT, The
fufure should bring a brighter ouTlook for These boys.
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FIRST ROW Cleft to rightl: Richard Miller, John D'Arienzo, Tom Boeshore. SECOND ROW, fleft to rightjz Terry Dombrowski, Steve Richards,
William Herehine, Daryl Focht, Ryan Butner, Rich Bittle, Coach Glenn Miller. THIRD ROW, Cleft to rightjz Phil Mertz, Pete Griesemer, Scott Meyer,
John Zuchowski, Rich Adams, Mike Richards, Barry Deeds, Jim Osmun.
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Scott Meyer is a picture of concentration while trying to snare S
points for the Muhl Mermen.
by Making Mentor erry
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1 win, 7 losses
Gov. Mifflin .,,.
Phil Mertz springs to a beautiful swan dive at one of the meets.
Mr. Glenn Miller, math teacher, reigned as swimming mentor for his
initial season here at M.T.H.S. in '63. With potential but not experience
the mermen triumphed only by ending their season with a victory over
Phil Mertz, brought honor to Muhlenberg by gaining a third place
finish in the District lll Diving Championships and placing 8th in Reg-
ional competition. With James Osmund as the lone senior member of
the '63 squad,.Coach Miller looks for a better season next year.
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Terry Spinka prepares his Mifflin opponent
for a take down.
Weightmen Lead Grapplers
to 3- Record
Jim Spinka defensively holds
ground as opponent dives toe
WRESTLING TEAM-Foreground: Gary Badinger, James Spinka. FIRST ROW:
Leading The scoring attack Tor the Nluh-
lenberg wrestlers in '63 were the "fearsome
foursome" comprised of Gary Badinger, Jim
Spinka, Bobby Hanley and Terry Spinka.
Mr. Jerome Kochinsky, in his second cam-
paign as coach, masterminded The blue and
gold musclemen To a 3-7 record.
Hindering The Muhl attack was The lack of
experience in The light weight divisions and
also The loss of Terry Spinka. Terry sustained
a broken Toot about midseason.
His brother, Jim, was The workhorse
throughout the campaign losing only once.
He later was victorious in District Ill com-
Coach Kochinsky confers with Terry Spinka.
Robert Desaverio, Robert Hanley, Larry Greer, Forest Shaeffer, Scott Benner.
SECOND ROW: Terry Spinka, Warren Greth, Darryl Hinkel, Jeff Wolfe, Mike
"Swing it man!" Mike Sharp attempts to slam the
ball to center field.
"Boy, am I dirty!"
Kozlowski shows his
running the bases.
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quelstione thbt Igoceg liihlrougeh ciiiiit Iijobh? "You don't say!" Coaches Carl Richie and Donald Petter-
ranfs mind man, respectively, sit on the bench and observe their
"I, 2, 3 Red light!" Barry
Rapp rounds the bases after send-
ing the ball to center field.
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Diamondmen Post .500 Markg
Underclassmen Lead Way
lt Took a division playoff deTeaT at The hands of Hamburg
To remove The Muhls from The TiTle race. The Nluhls finished
aT 7-3 To finish second.
Neil Brown, catcher and Royce Manwiller, second baseman
will be The only sTarTers lost Through graduaTion. These Two
co-capTains, both second year VarsiTy compeTiTors, will be
long remembered and greatly missed.
Charles Cochran and Tim Braun, iunior hurlers, did a fine
iolo while spliTTing The piTching assignmenTs in '63.
Friends, Romans, Countrymenf' Coach Donald Fetterman gives
instructions to a base runner.
"Me kotch 'em" Neil "l'm Qofma lill YOU-H
B,-Own Waifs for -the Charles Cochran winds
pitch as The umpire UP and Pfepafes T0 de'
also waits to call it, l'Ve" "" league Com'
"Would you like to dance?" Will Barry Rapp lrightj be safe, or
"Fall on your knees," Many Miller Connects with a will Steve Gregor llefll from Hamburg force him out?
ball against Hamburg competition.
"I sure hope it's a good one" thinks Royce Manwiller as he anticipates
"l iust gotta hit it," thinks Dan Calabria as the crowd anxiously
Simon Says-"Dan Calabria put your hat on
and T ossers Encounter
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Thomas Ross, Barry Stephenson, Robert Zappel, Barry Bollinger, Paul Weidner, Daniel
Krize, Barry lrwin, mgr. SECOND ROW: Mr, Donald Fettermcn, coach, Bruce Mcnwiller,
Robert Hcfer, Tim Braun, Neil Brown, Robert Haddock, Marty Miller, James Rothenberger,
Dan Calabria looks for a "pick-off" but not for the umpire.
Jim Shollenberger, first baseman
Hamburg, keeps a close watch
Barry Rapp of Muhlenberg.
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Rapp, Daniel Calabria, Terry Oxenreider, Stanley Trout, Raymond Siclellc, mgr.
ROW: Mr. Carl Richie, coach, Stephen Bauer, Mike Sharp, Royce Manwiller, Terry
Charles Cochran, William Hauck, James Marks, Richard Bohcer, John Hart, John
Benton Wentzel, David Groeff, mgr. N
At first base, Coach Richie ponders whether
or not to move his man on.
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Won 8 Lost 7
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Keith McLaughlin, discus thrower, performs
under the watchful eye of amazed spectators.
Although not running away with all the
laurels, Muhlenberg acquired its share,
under the fine coaching of Mr. Glenn Miller,
first year man. However, Nlr. Miller was not
completely overioyed with the '63 Nluhl
putout, but he was satisfied with the team's
There were many outstanding sportsmen
among the 50 or more boys that participated
on this year's track team. Sprinters Jerry
Schoener and Dave Evans, Dave Weyandt,
javelin and discus, Lee Reiniger, who was a
more than adequate miler, and Freddy
Snyder, who excelled in the pole vault and
high lump, were among the most consistent
Congratulations are in store for Mr. Miller
and his fine track team for their efforts and
a record well earned.
Fred Snyder electrifies spectators as he completes his broad lump.
Gee, I wonder where Mr. Miller is??
As the tracksters dig out forthe 880 relay, Jerry Schoener
gets off to a good start.
Come on Lee, lust a little further
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Albright 4 Pts.
Wilson filth placej
Penn Relays C5tl1 place 440 relayt
West Reading 68th placel
Venske 15th place meclly relayl
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Spectators look on in surprise as Lee Philips wgives a
mighty heave of ihe discus.
Way out in from is Jerry Schoener of Muhlenberg.
Girls Aid School and
Give Assistance in Sports
The Girls' Athletic Association, better known as G.A.A., is an
organization which is limited to girls who participate in the provided
sports program. Miss Mary Jane Delp is the adviser.
In order to be an active member, each girl must participate in
either intramural or varsity sports sometime during the year. She
must also attend meetings which are held every third Thursday of
Activities sponsored by the club are the following: a cake sale
held at a local drug store, for which the girls themselves baked-
the annual January dance, "All School Round-Up," to which Schuyl.
Valley, Twin Valley, Governor Mifflin, Wilson, and West Rdg. were
invited as opponents of the Muhlettes in the hockey and basketball
seasons,-a trip to Swarthmore to view a college tournament of
hockey-and a Bowling Play-Day for nearby schools as well-a Volley-
ball Play Day participation at another school-the selling of refresh-
ments at all home baseball games-and the grand finale is the camp-
ing trip to the Blue Mountain Y.W.C.A. Camp, where the girls will
have a chance to play sports day in and day out.
VARSITY CLUB-Left to right, FIRST ROW: R. DiGuardi-sec., J. Spinka-v. pres., J.
Schoener-treas., E. Reese-pres. SECOND ROW: S. Benner, B. Stephenson, K. WeitzeI,-
R. Zoppel, P. Weidner, M. Phillips, C. Cockran, D. Shipe. THIRD ROW: L. Reininger, S.
Pradon, J. Hammond, J. Rohrbacher, J. Julian, G. Hain, T. Spinka. FOURTH ROW: R.
Griesemer, T. Rohrbacher, E. Forry, G. Vogel, J. Rothenberger, D. Calabria, T. Braun.
G.A.A.-Left to right, FIRST ROW: S. Hodgkins, F. Rodino, lC. Spohn, S. Wertz-corr. sec., L. Eberly-v-pres., S. Deprill-pres., P.
Starke-sec., M. Tobias-treas., N. O'Boyle, D. Witman, S. Eisenhart. SECOND ROW: L. Maurer, E. Gogliuzza, M. Scianna, L. Schanour,
G. Pennock, S. Cromer, C. Davis, J. Adams, B. Kolbcch, L. Schle el, L. Hess, L. Handwork, R. Hill, D. DeSunte, M. Arbogast, D. Amendolo,
E. Steely. THIRD ROW: L. Maurer, D. Fairchild, J. Dresher? A. Ellis, H. Knepp, C. Clark, S. Lessig, B. Reese, A. Rothenberger, S.
Scheirer, L. Slcgowski, S. Voccoro, N. Trout, J. Boyer, E. Stitzel, K, Dussinger. FOURTH ROW: S. Dunlap, M. Knutson, L. Brown, C. Brown,
J. Napior, B. Beaver, R. Kleffel, L. Herb, S. Clouser, D. Lindernjan, J. Keath, J. Kauffman, K. Hughes, S. Bectel, D. Haier. FIFTH ROW:
B, Sumrall, J. Wilson, M. Wilson, S. Smith, J. Hart, L. Rentschler, S. Murphy, E. Auchenboch, C. Sontoni, L. Haesler, C. Long, C. Curtis,
D. Churo, J. Gallagher, N. Healy. SIXTH ROW: L. Sheetz, P. Steiner, J. Moyer, C. Heere, R. Fies, S. Fuuse, J. Leisey, J. Martin, L. Schaic,
A. Young, P. Oxenreider, G. Grim, C. Gromis, K. Gustcntino, cllncl C, Schrum.
If you ar a boy interested in athletics at Muhlenberg, then the Varsity
Club is the plub to join. Under the leadership of Mr. Carl W. Richie, the
C1 b club engages in sports as well as viewing films dealing with sporting
u events. J
To gain ablmission into this particular club, boys must have received at
. least one vailsity letter in one of the sports.
IVC Varsity Club president was the outstanding football halfback, Ed Reese,
the vice-president was an All-County football player, Jim Spinka as well
f Ports as Richard lDeGuardi who served as the club's secretary for the third
consecutive iyear, and the last officer, the treasurer, was track star, Jerry
Schoener who "ran" the money matters.
Selling Easter eggs was the biggest protect of the club's and was for
the sole pu pose of paying the services of a football trainer.
Among tie members of this year's club were football, baseball, basket-
ball players, golfers, swimmers, wrestlers, track, and cross country men
which goes to show the club is open to any sports-minded individual.
Circle of victory spurs on crowd. Exuberant rooters scream to cheers.
Mariann "Yell Queen" Arbogast.
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THE ENTIRE CAST OF OUTWARD BOUND-Pictured below is the entire cast of the drama Outward Bound, including narrator, student director,
property chairman and cast.
fBelowJ ARE WE ALL DEAD, SCRUBBY? Below is James
Papola asking Warren Greth the scary question.
Seniors Set Sail
The Class of 1963 offered as its Senior production the British
classic, Outward Bound by Sutton Vane. This allegoric comedy-drama
deals with humanistic apprisals of death and immorality. It is a play
that utilizes symbolism, good humor, and suspense in a retelling of
the human comedy in an eerie, matrix. The passengers of a sinister
ocean liner gradually learn that they are destined for Eternity. Al-
though the play teems with good British talk, action is not sacrificed,
especially as the denouement nears.
After many weeks at a "labor of love," the members of the cast
presented this difficult and mature production to an audience that
was more than receptive and intrigued by its wit, charm, and specula-
tion. The entire cast performed yeoman thespian service, moreover,
outstanding solo efforts were given by James Papola as the cynic
and by David Vogel as the pompous, philistine Mr. Lingleyp The Dif
rector, E. A. Ettinger, with much collegiate and university summer
theater work among his exploits, feels that mature theater has ar-
rived at M.T.H.S. The Class of '63 has certainly vindicated his claims!
iRightJ l WON'T LEAVE YOU, ANNE! That is the reply
Larry Endy gave to lover, Michele Czarnecki when she
asked him, "Can they separate us?"
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"Help me, Miss Examiner." This reply
came from Dave Vogel when it came his
turn to be examined by examiner, Rose
"Do my lines sound O.K., maid?" Asks
Sandra Kocur, narrator, as Susan Wertz,
"Oh, yes, Reverend." Elsa Rhoads replies
as she speaks at the bar with Robert Ger-
Deep in thought is Mr. Edmund Ettinger, director.
fAboveJ The cast of Outward Bound.
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The Class of '64
"The part is iust right for you Lorraine dear, so hurry right
out here." explains Darryl Conner, who portrays Sheridan
Whiteside in the iunior class play.
The Man Who Came To Dinner is most representative of The
American comic theater. It is a satire, Though not in The mode
of Swift or Shaw, based on The lite and half-factual, half-legendary
exploits of The eminent American author-humorist, Alexander
Woollcott. America has never achieved The depth of true
European satire, which began with Aristophanes and continues
Through Brecht and Beckett. A commercialized and very theatri-
cal ending deprives Man of The quality of classic satire, never-
Theless, The barbs of invective and The sardonic blasts are in
abundance. The character of Sheridan Whiteside Creally Woollcottl
is redeemed in Act Ill by having him come to The rescue of true
love. This may resemble soap opera or The Perils of Pauline
in execution, but The play finds its own redemption in dialogue
and biting vviT, which still has much of its impact Twenty-Tour
years after its Broadway debut. fl939J.
"But uh . . . uh . . . Mr. Stanley you could . . . could iniure some-
one doing things like this . . stammers Henry Hafer, left, as Richard
Bohner seems To be ready To hit The floor because of George Ettele's
mistaken blow. The only person in a very serene position is Robert
"Why, it's . . . it's you, Walt old boy!" exclaims Darryl Conner,
as Daniel Hoffman and Marie Knutson stand in the background.
"Are you planning to chop her up into a salad bowl too Henderson?"
asked one of the gangsters.
"l think it needs a little more expression here . . ." says Beth Seidel, standing
left, student producer.
"Oh! You don't know how wonderful you have made me feel, dear,"
emotionally utters Judy Kohl in to the telephone during Act ll.
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M UHL REVUE 963
Linda Bucks added her vocal
talents to the show and proved
that a Muhlaire, too, can sing!
Three peas in a pod. The pages
Steely, Sue Deprill, and Carol Wise
their part to the show.
April 21, 22
Let's kick, girls. The seniors' kick line made its 'Final
"Give me a little kiss! Will ya, huh?" The boy-girl dance line combined both vocal and dancing
talents to the show.
lf you need a fish story, go to Dick Christ. He sat all night
without a bite.
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Mariann Arbogast, maid-of-honor, makes the event official
by crowning Eileen Steely, "Queen of the May."
Seeking Her Maiesty's approval, Peggy Oxenreider
curtsies before presenting her dance.
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Presenting Her Majesty, Eileen, and her charming attendants.
Steven Musser enlightens
the festivities with a
Mrs. Leonard Steely expresses her happiness for her
daughter with a kiss.
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Lively entertainment from Paris is the contribution of Jody Brunner and Judy
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Miss Alta Horton, Directress
Blue Band Concert
May 23, 1963
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837 Hartman Ave., Temple
Baseball, 10, Football, 10,
3921 River Rd., Reading
Y-Teens, 11, 12, Blue
Horizon Club, 10, G.A.A.,
10, 11, 12, Muhl Revue,
12, Hockey Mgr., 10, 11,
12, Basketball, 10, 11, In-
tramural Hockey, 12.
704 Las Vegas Dr., Temple
Y-Teens, 10, 11, 12, U.N.
Club, 10, 11, Library Club,
10, 11, Typing Club, 12,
Bookkeeping Club, 11, 12,
Bowling Club, 10, 11.
JO ELLEN AMMARELL
3101 Reading Rd., Reading
Debating, 10, 11, 12,
Blue Horizon Club ll, U.N.
Club, 10, 11, V. Pres., 12,
World Lit., 12, F.T.A., 12,
Hockey, 10, Honor Society
MARIANN E, ARBOGAST
2136 N. 17th St., College Heights
Mixed Chorus, 10, I1, 12, Y-Teens,
10, V. Pres., 11, Pres., 12, Student
Council, 10, 11,gl2, Observer, 12, Muhl-
tohi, 12, G.A.A., 10, 11, 12, World
Lit., 12, F.T.A., 10, 11, 12, Muhl
Revue, 11, 12, Cheerleading, 10, 11,
3315 Eisenbrown Rd., Riverview Park
Academic Yell Queen, 12, Hockey, Basketball,
Mixed Chorus, 10, 11, 12, Forum, 10, Volleyball, IO, 11, 12, Honor Society,
11, Muhl Revue, 12. 12.
GARY J. BADINGER
DARTE A. ASBELL 3226 Eisenbrown Rd., Riverview Park
5209 Wilshire Rd., Temple Industrial
Academic Varsity Club, 11, Football,
Intramural Football, 12, Intramural Bowl- Track, 12, Wrestling, 12, Intramural
ing, 11. Basketball, Volleyball, 10, 11, 12.
3409 Noble St., Laureldale
PAUL C. BAUR General
3427 River Rdr, Recdlng Y-Teens, IO, ll, 12, F.B,L.A., 10
Academic 11, 12, Bowling, 10, Twirling Club
BI!-le Buftdf IU, 11: Show 30115, 11: I'Ii'Y, 10, Muhl Revue, 12, Intramural Bas-
10- Library Club 10 11 12' FOOI' ketball 10, ll, Intramural Volleyball,
240 Madison Ave., Hyde
Y-Teens, 11, 12, Library
Club, 10, 11, 12, Color
Guard, 12, F.T.A., 115
Stage Craft, 12, Typing
Club, 115 Intramural Bowl-
ing, 10, ll.
DARLENE J. BERNSTEL
3427 Marion St., Laureldale
Y-Teens, 12, G.A.A., 107
g , 10, 11,
Typing Club, 127 Intramural
Volleyball, Basketball, 10,
605 El Hatco Dr., Temple
B31 Hartman Ave., Temple
Y-Teens 10, 11, 12, Book-
keeping Club 12p Sew-
ing Club, 11, Class Flay,
11, Calor Guard, 12,
F,B.L.A., Treas., 10, V.
Pres., 11, Pres., 125 Intra-
mural Basketball, Volleyball,
4419 12th Ave., Temple
10, Library Club, 10, 11. LEGS'-'St ll-
Chapin Apts., Mt. Laurel Ave., Temple
Mixed Chorus, 10, 11, Forum, 10.
2606 Kutztown Rd., Hyde Park
tramural Basketball, 12.
Y-Teens, 11, Typing, 117 Bowling Club,
Y-Teens, 12, Observer, 117 Muhltohi,
117 Intramural Volleyball, 11, 12, ln-
3417 Ridgeway Ave., Laureldale
Varsity Club, 115 Muhl Revue, 12,
Baseball, 10, 11, 12, Basketball,
10, 11, Intramural Volleyball, 117 In-
tramural Football, 12.
LINDA LOUISE BUCKS
3528 Oak St., Laureldale
Mixed Chorus, 10, 11, 12, County
Chorus, 11, Muhlaires, 10, 127 Y-Teens,
10, Sec., 11, 12, U.N. Club, 10, 11,
Sec., 12, Muhl Revue, 11, 127 Captl
of Color Guard, Stage Craft Club, 11,
12, Intramurals Basketball, Volleyball,
10, 11, 127 Intramural Bowling, 10, ln-
tramural Hockey, 125 Honor Society, 12.
408 Playground Dr., W. Reading
Mixed Chorus, 11, Debating, 10, 11,
Blue Horizon Club, 10, 11, Treas.,
U.N. Club, 10, 11, 12, G.A.A., 101
Stage Craft, 10, 11: CIGSS Pl0Yr
7 FREDERICK C. BURTNER
F 5104 Leesport Ave., Temple
Cheerleading, 10. Academic
500 Park Ave., Temple
Academic DOLORES CARL
Blue Horizon Club, 10, Muhltohi, 12, 1400 Park Place, Laureldale
Warld Lit., 12, Stage Craft Club, 11, Commercial
F,T,A., 12, Muhl Revue, 12, Cheer- Y-Teens, 11, 12, Bowling Club, 11,
leading, 10. Bookkeeping Club, 12.
3606 Oak SI., Laureldale
Mixed Chorus, 12, Muhleteers, 12, Hi-Y, WARREN J, CLARK
11, 12, Electronics, 10, Muhl Revue, 12, My, Laurel Rd,, Temple R.D. 1
Intramural Football, Bowling, 10. Academic
1314 Frush Valley Rd.,
Mixed Chorus, 10, 11, 12,
County Chorus, 12, Muhle-
teers, 10, 11, 12, Hi-Y, 10,
11, 12, Muhl Revue, 10, 12.
2844 Seminary SL, Hyde
Y'T99"ISr 10, 12, Bowling
Club, 10, 11, Intramural
502 Eisenbrown SI.
Y-Teens, 11, 12, Blue Hori
zon Club, 10, Class Play
11, 12, Muhl Revue, 12
Sewing Club, 10, 12, Twirl
ing Club, 10, Intramura
3308 Chestnut St., Laurel-
3400 Montrose St., Laurel-
Hi-Y, 10, Chaplain, 11, Hall
Patrol, 12, Varsity Club,
Sec., 10, 11, 121 Muhl Re-
vue, 12, Basketball, 105
Football, 10, 11, 127 Tri-
County, 12, All Conference,
Track, 10, 11, 12, Wrestling,
117 Intramural Basketball,
11, 12, Intramural Volley-
ball, 10, 11, 12, Intramur-
al Softball, 2.
809 Elizabeth Ave., Laurel-
Basketball, 10, lntramural
Basketball, 10, 11, 12, In-
tramural Volleyball, 10, 11,
Intramural Softball, 11.
Laurel Heights, Temple
Mixed Chorus, 11, 12, Muhlaires,
Pres., 127 U.N. Club, 115 Honor Soci
Mt. Laurel Rd., Temple
Y-Teens, 10, 11, Bookkeeping Club,
Bowling Club, 10.
1315 Mt. Laurel Ave., Temple
Blue Horizon Club, 10, Scribe, 11, V.
4013 7th Ave., Temple
Wrestling, ll, 12: Bowling Club, io,
lntramural Bowling, 11, 12.
SUSAN L. DEPRILL
3316 Willow Grove Ave., Muhlenberg
Y-Teens, 10, 11, 12, G.A,A., 10, ll,
Pres., 127 F.T.A., 11, 127 Muhl Revue,
12, Color Guard, 12: Hockey, 10, 11,
12, Basketball, 10, 11, 12, lntramural
Volleyball, Hockey, 10, 11, 12, lntra-
mural Basketball, 10, 11, Volleyball,
10, 11, 12.
3019 Maple Ave., Muhlenberg Park
Mixed Chorus, 10, 11, 12, Hall Patrol,
12, Track, 10, ll, 12, Bowling Club,
10, 11, Forum, 10, 11, World Lit., 125
lntramural Football, 12.
Temple R.D, 1
Mixed Chorus, 10, 11, 12.
502 Fairview St., Hyde Park
Y-Teens, 12, Bowling Club,
GLORIA JEAN FINK
Temple R.D. 1
Blue Band, 10, 11, 12, Mixed Chorus,
10, 11, 12, F.B.L.A., 11, G.A.A., 10,
11, Muhl Revue, 12, Intramural Bowling,
3305 Harrison Ave., Muhlenberg Park
Mixed Chorus, 11, Hi-Y, 10, 11, 12
Hall Patrol, 12, Varsity Club, 11, 12
Muhl Revue, 12, Football, 10, Track
10, 11, Intramural Volleyball, 10.
Elizabeth Ave., Temple R.D. 1
F.B.L.A,, 10, 11.
Temple R.D. 1
Mixed Chorus, 12, Library
Club, 12, Baseball, 12, ln-
tramural Basketball, 10, 11,
12, Intramural Bowling, 10,
11, 12, Intramural Volley-
1215 Margaret St., Laurel-
Mixed Chorus, 11, 12, Hi-Y,
12, Hall Patrol, 11, 12,
World Lit., 12, Typing Club,
11, Bowling, 11, Muhl Revue,
12, Basketball, 10, Track,
10, 11, 12, Wrestling, 11,
Intramural Bowling, Basket-
ball, 10, 11, 12, Intramural
Volleyball, 12, Intramural
3533 Hawthorne St., Laurel-
Mixed Chorus, 10, 11, 12,
Muhleleers 10, 11, Hi-Y,
11, 12, Varsity Club, 12,
U.N. Club, 10, World Lit.,
12, Muhl Revue, 10, 11, 12,
Class Play, 12, Basketball,
io, Baseball, io, 11, 12,
Cross County, 11,
628 Hartman Ave., Temple
Mixed Chorus, 11, Y-Teens,
11, 12, Blue Horizon, 12,
G,A.A., 10, 11, 12, Class
Play, ll, 12, Muhl Revue,
12, Moiorettes, 11, 12, Bas-
ketball, 10, Bookkeeping
Club, 11, 12, Intramural
Basketball, Hockey, Volleye
ball, 10, 11, 12, Softball,
105 Monroe St., Hyde Park
Y-Teens, 10, 11, 12, Bowling Club, 10,
Bookkeeping Club, 11, Intramural Vol-
3332 Ridgeway Ave., Laureldole
771 Floret Ave., Riverview Park
Hi-Y, 11, 12, Library Club, 11, Muhl
Revue, 12, Class Officer, 10, Intramural
Volleyball, 10, Intramural Basketball, 10,
4854 8th Ave., Temple
Typing Club, 11, Bowling
3617 Raymond St., Laurel-
Mixed Chorus, 11, 12,
Forum, 10, 11, 12, Dramat-
ics Club, 12, World Lit., 12,
Hall Patrol, 11, 12, Class
Play, 11, 12, Muhl Revue,
12, Football, 10, 11, 12,
Wrestling, 10, Honor So-
Elizabeth Ave., Temple R,D.
F.B.L,A., 11, Muhl Revue,
12, Bowling Club, 10, ln-
tramural Bowling, 12.
618 Elizabeth Ave., Laurel
Blue Band, 10, ll, V. Pres.
12, County Band, 12, Hi-Y,
11, 12, Student Council, I0
V. Pres., 11, Pres., 12,
Forum, 10, 11, Dramatics,
12, Class Officer, Pres., 10
Class Flay, Tech. Director,
12, Muhl Revue, 11, 12
Stage Crew, 10, 11, 12
Wrestling 10, Mgr., ll.
3528 Rosedale Ave., Laureldale
Y-Teens, 10, 11, 12, Observer, 12,
Muhltahi, 12, Muhl Revue, 12, Intra-
mural Basketball, 10: Intratmural Vol-
leyball, 10, 11.
4514 10th Ave., Temple
Hockey, 10, 11, Basketball, 10.
ROSE ANNE GREENAWALT
500 Madison Ave., Hyde Crest
Mixed Chorus, 10, 11, 12, County
Chorus, ll, 12, Muhlaires, 11, 12, De-
bating, 10, 11, 12, Observer, 12,
Muhltohi, 12, U.N. Club, 10, 11, Pres.,
12, World Lit., 12, Class Play, Student
Dir., 11, 12, Honor Society.
4406 5th Ave., Temple
Y-Teens, Prog. Chairlady, 10, 11, 12,
Sewing Club, I0, Office Practice Club,
12, Typing Club, 12, Twirling Club,
10, Muhl Revue, 12, Intramural Bas-
ketball, Bowling, 10, Intramural Shuflle-
board, Ping Pong, 12.
259 Fairview St., Hyde Park
Blue Band, ll, 12, Mixed Chorus, ll,
12, County Chorus, 12, Muhleteers, 11,
12, Hi-Y, 11, 12, Student Council, 11,
12, Muhl Revue, 12, Baskeball, 10,
Intramural Bowling, Shuffleboard, 12,
Intramural Volleyball, 10, 11, 12, Foot-
ball, 11, 12.
300 S. Temple Blvd., Temple
Y-Teens, 10, 11, G.A.A., 10, 11, Stage
3422 Boyer St., Laureldale
Hall Patrol, 127 Forum, 127 Wor
DONNA GREGONIS 127 Dramatics, 127 Class Play, 12,
516 Vesta Place, Hyde Park Muhl Revue, 127 Stage Crew, 10, 11,
General Student Mgr., 127 Wrestling, 10 12
Y-Teens,1O,l1. Golf, 10, 117 Honor isociety, 12
3222 Kutztown Rd., Laureldole ,
Blue Band, 10, 11, 127 County Band,
107 Mixecl Chorus, 10, 11, 127 County
Chorus, 127 Muhaires, 10, 11, 127
Forum, 10, 117 Y-Teens, 10, 11, 127
G.A.A., 127 Observer, 117 Muhl Revue,
127 Intramural Basketball, VolleybaLl, 10,
127 Intramural Hockey, 12,
604 Park Ave., Temple
107 Intramural Basketball and Val
3416 Kutztown Rd., Laureldale
Y-Teens, 127 Bookkeeping Club, 127 Sew-
THOMAS GRUBER ing Club, 10, 117 Color Guard, 127 ln-
Roth's Trailer Pork tramural Volleyball and Softball, 117
General Intramural Basketball, 11, 12.
F.B.L.A., 11, 127 G.A.A., 127 Basketball,
10, 11, 127 Intramural Softball, 11 12
620 Euclid Ave., Temple
Mixed Chorus, 10, 11, 127
County Cliorus, 127 Muhl-
aires, 10, 11, 127'Y-Teens,
11, 127 G.A.A., 127 Muhl
Revue, 127 Basketball, 107
Maiorettes, 11, 127 Book-
keeping Club, 117 Sewing
Club, 10, 127 Intramural
Volleyball and Basketball,
10, 11, 127 Intramural Soft-
EDWARD L. HART
Temple R.D, 1
Golf, 11, 127 Intramural
Volleyball, 10, 117 Intramur-
al Basketball, 10, 11, 127
Bowling, 117 Intramural
1312 Margaret St., Laurel-
Hi-Y, 117 Varsity Club, 117
Football, 10, 11, 127 Wrest-
ling, 10, 11, 127 Intramural
Basketball, Volleyball, 10,
4012 Kutztown Rd., Temple
Intramural Basketball, 12.
422 Eisenbrown St., Hyde
Mixed Chorus, 11, 12, Y-
Teens, 12, Blue Horizon Club,
10, 11, Observer, 11, G.A.A.,
10, 11, Class Play, 11, 12,
Muhl Revue, 12, Color
Guard, 12, Hockey, 10,
Basketball, 10, 11, Intro-
mural Basketball, Volleyball,
10, 11, Intramural Hockey,
10, 11, Bowling Club, 11,
Twirling Club, 10.
502 Emerson Ave., Laurel-
Y-Teens, 11, 12, Blue Hori-
zon Club, 10, Stage Craft
Club, 11, 12, Majoreltes,
GREG HEFTER THOMAS HENDERSON
43 Seminary Ave., Reading 907 EI Hatco Dr., Temple
DOUGLAS L. HENNE
4404 Kutztown Rd., Temple
Hall Patrol, 12, Stage Crew, 10, 1l, BARRY HERMAN
12, Stage Craft Club, 11, 12, Track, 10, Roths Trailer Park
Wrestling, 10, 11, Muhl Revue, 12. Industrial
RICHARD HERTZOG RAY HOPTLEY
1107 Mt. Laurel Ave., Temple Herb St., Temple
605 Tuckertan Ave., Temple
Hall Patrol, Capt., 12, Stu-
dent, 10, 11, 12, Varsity
Club, 10, 11, 12, World
Lit., 12, Class Officer, 10,
11, V. Pres., 12, Muhl Re,
vue, 11, 12, Basketball, 10,
11, Basketballl 10, Football,
10, 11, 12, Track, 11, In-
tramural Bowling, 12, Intra-
mural Volleyball, 11, Honor
112 Park Ave., Hyde Park
Y-Teens, 11, 12, Volleyball,
11, Bowling Club, 10, 11,
540 Linden St., Muhlenberg Park
Debating, 11, 127 Y-Teens, 10, 127
U.N. Club, 127 G.A.A., 10, 11, 127
F.T.A,, 10, 11, 12: World Lit., 127
Typing Club, 10, 117 Hockey, 10, 11,
127 Basketball, 10, 11, 127 Intramural
Basketball, Volleyball, 10, 11, 127 ln-
tramural Bowling, Ping Pong, Hockey,
127 Intramural Shutfleboard, Swimming,
Softball, 11, 12.
CAROL ANN LONABERGER
4205 5th Ave., Temple
Y-Teens, 10, 11, 127 Bookkeeping Club,
11, 127 Hockey Mgr., 11, 127 Basket-
ball Mgr., 10, 11, 127 Intramural
Volleyball, 117 Ping Pong, 12,
SANDRA ANN MANWILLER
4310 8th Ave., Temple
Mixed Chorus, 10, 11, 127 County Chorus,
107 Blue Horizon Club, 10, 11, 127
U.N. Club, 117 Typing Club, 117 F.T.A,,
11, 12-7 Library Club, 10, 11, 12.
4717 10th Ave., Temple
11, 127 Observer, 127
G.A,A., 10, 115 Honor So-
ciety, 127 Bowling Club, 107
Forum, 11, 127 Dramatics
Club, 127 Class Play, 127
Color Guard, 127 Bowling,
127 Hockey, 117 Basketball,
107 Intramural Basketball,
Volleyball, 10, 11.
2828 Kutztown Rd., Hyde
Y-Teens, 10, 11, 127 Intra-
mural Basketball, Volleyball,
10, 117 Bowling Club, 127
Intramural Softball, 11.
Debating, 117 Y-Teeris, 10,
1101 Mt. Laurel Ave., Tem-
Y-Teens, 127 F.B.L,A., 127
Library Club, 127 Stage
Craft Club, 12.
Bilmor Rd., Temple R.D. 1
Blue Horizon Club, 10, 11,
127 Student Council, 10, 11,
127 U.N. Club, 117 Forum,
127 Sewing Club, 117 Bowl- Sandra
ing Club, 10, 117 Dramatics
1800 Elizabeth Ave., Laureldale
3318 Arlington St., Laureldale
Blue Band, 10, 11, 127 Show Band, 10,
11, 127 Mixed Chorus, 127 Muhl Revue,
10, 11, 127 Basketball, 107 Intra-
mural Volleyball, 10, 11, 127 Intra-
mural Football, 11, 127 Intramural Bas-
ketball, 11, 127 Baseball, 10, 11, 12.
JOYCE A. MECK
946 Laurelee Ave., Riverview Park
Y-Teens, 107 Majorettes, 11, 127 Bas-
ketball, 107 Sewing Club, 107 Office
Practice Club, 127 Intramural Basketball,
10, 117 Intramural Volleyball, 10, 11,
127 Intramural Softball, 11, 12.
929 Lobelia Ave., Riverview
Mixed Chorus, 10, ll, 127
Hall Palrol, 127 Student
Council, 10, ll, 127 World
Lit., 127 Forum, 10, 117
Class Play, ll, Baseball, 105
Intramural Bowling, 127 Hon-
or Society, 12.
A25 Elm Ave., Muhlenberg
Mixed Chorus, 117 Hall Pa-
trol, 127 Electronics Club,
3303 Marion St, Laureldale
Bookkeeping Club, 127 Muhl
Revue, 127 Intramural Basket-
ball, Volleyball, 10, 11.
B31 Mt. Laurel Ave., Temple
3014 Elm Rd., Muhlenberg Park
Hi-Y, 127 Hall Patrol, 127 Student
Council, 10, l1, 127 World Lit., 127
Wrestling, 107 Intramural Volleyball,
Basketball, 107 Bowling Club, 12.
5311 Allentown Pike, Temple
107 Intramural Basketball, Volleyball, 10
JAMES W. OSMUN
90B Whitner Rd., Riverview Park
Library Club, 117 Muhl Revue, 127 Swim-
ming, 11, 12, Intramural Volleyball, 11.
Y-Teens, 11, 127 G.A.A., 115 Basketball,
324 Hain Ave., Muhlenberg Park
Hi-Y, 11, Sec., 127 Hall Palrol, 11, 12,
Golf, 107 World Lit., 127 Electronics
Club, 107 Bowling, IO, 127 Honor So-
ciety, 12, Intramural Volleyball, Basket-
900 Laurelee Ave., Riverview Park
Christmas Play, 10, 117 Intramural Foot-
ball, 117 Intramural Basketball, Volley-
ball, ll, 12.
5021 Temple Ave., Temple
Blue Band, 10, 11, 127 Basketball, 10,
11, 127 Baseball, 127 Cross County, 127
Intramural Volleyball, 10, ll, 12.
JAMES A. PAPOLA
3526 Earl St., Laureldale
Academic Chorus, 11, 12, Muhleteers, 12, Hall
Blue Band, 10, 11, Mgr., 12, Debating, Patrol, 11, 12, U.N. Club, 11, Golf, 10
11, Hall Patrol, 11, 12, Forum, 10, 11, 11, 12, Forum, 10, 11, 12, Intramural
Pres., 12, Dramatics Club, 12, Class Bowling, 10, 11, Intramural Tennis, ,
Play, 11, 12, Muhl Revue, 12, Track, 12, District 3 Golf Match, 11, 12,
10, 12, Wreslling, 11.
4842 Kutztown Rd., Temple ROBERT PLANK A
General 5124 Allentown Pike, Temple
Y-Teens, 12: BowIin9 Club, 10- lnduslflal
607 Euclid Ave., Temple
Bookkeeping Club, 11, 12.
4427 6th Ave., Temple
Blue Band, 10, 11, 12, Show Band, 11,
12, County Band, 10, Mixed Chorus, 10,
11, 12, County Chorus, 11, 12, District
County Golf Match, 10, 12.
LINDA L. REED
350 Tuckerton Rd., Reading
Debating, 10, 11, 12, Berks County
Science Fair, 10, Y-Teens, 11, Observer,
11, news editor, 12, Muhltohi, 11, 12,
U.N. Club,'10, 11, Treas., 12, East
Coast Model United Nations. 10, 11,
Metropolitan Toronto Model United Na-
tions, 12, F.T.A., 11, 12, Typing Club,
10, Library Club, 10, 11, Maiorette Co-
Commentator, 12, Colombia Scholastic
Press Association Convention, 11, Honor
BARBARA E. REESE
205 Bernhart Ave., Hyde
Mixed Chorus, 12, Blue Hori-
zon Club, 10, 11, Treas., 12,
Student Council,' 10, 11,
Treas., 12, U. N. Club, 10,
G.A.A., 10, Sec., 11, 12,
F.T.A., 10, V. Pres., 11, 12,
World Lit., 12, Muhl Revue,
12, Cheerleading, 10, Capt.,
11, 12, Hockey, 10, 11, ln-
tramurals, 10, 11, 12, Honor
SHIRLEY ANN REESE
3406 Mcliently St., Laurel-
Mixed Chorus, 10, 11, 12,
County Chorus, 12, Muhlaires,
12, Y-Teens, 11, 12, Blue
Horizon, 10, Observer, 11,
12, Muhltohi, 11, 12,
G.A.A., 10, World Lit., 12,
Accompanist Club, 12, Muhl
Revue, 12, Twirling Club,
10, Maiorettes, 10, 'J.V.
Leader, 11, Field Marshall,
12, Hockey, 10, Honor So-
EDWARD H. .l. REESE
205 Bernhart Ave., Hyde
Mixed Chorus, 10, 11, 12,
Student Council, 11, 12,
Varsity Club, 10, 11, Pres.,
12, Class Officer, Presl, 11,
12, Football, 10, 11, 12,
Track, 10, 11, Wrestling, 10,
11, 12, Bowling, 10, 12,
Intramural Basketball, Vol-
leyball, 10, 11.
ELSA ANN RHOADS
704 Bellevue Ave., Laurel-
Debating, 11, Blue Horizon
Club, 10, 11, 12, U.N. Club,
10, Class Play, 12, Color
Guard, 12, Forum, 11, 12,
Twirling Club, 10.
3530 Rosedale Ave., Laurel-
Intramural Volleyball, 11.
ORVIS C. ROWE
1226 Hay Rd., Temple
Accdemlc 830 Tuckertcn Ave., Temple
Hi-Y, 12, Track, 107 Wrest- indusgriol
Img, IO, II- Typing Club, 10.
4221 8th Ave., Temple
LARRY C. ROTHENBERGER
1005 Midway Ave., Temple
Varsity Club, 117 Baseball,
10, 117 Football, 127 Bowl-
ling Club, 10, 117 Intra-
mural Basketball, Volleyball,
10, 11, 12.
HARVEY R. SCHLEGEL
JOYCE RICHARDS 416 Fairview St., Hyde Villa
3318 Kutztawn Rd., Laureldale Industrial
Commercial Blue Band, 10, 11, 12, Mixed Chorus
Mixed Choruss, 11, 12, Y-Teens, 10, 10, II. IQ: MUIWISISSVSI Il, 12: MUIII
Bookkeeping Club, 12. Revue. I2-
Blue Horiion Club, 10, 11, Sec., 127 CAROL RODICK
Twirling Club, 10, World Lit., 12, Sew- 906 Sutters Mill Lane, Temple
ing Club, 10, Typing Club, 11, Maiar- Commercial
ettes, 10, 11, 12, Intramural Basket- Y-Teens, 11, 127 F.B,L.A., 125 Ar! Club
ball, 10, Reading Science Fair, 12. II, 12: Bowling Club, 10.
,LOUIS ROSSI 1003 Las Vegas Dr., Temple
34?BdKutztciwn Rd., Laureldale lndugffiql
n ustria I Muhl Revue, 12, Swimmin .
Football, 10, 117 Varsity Club, 10. Intramural Basketball, VolIeygaIl,It'i1J,
JAMES W. SLONAKER
II04 Bellevue Ave., Laureldale
Bowling Club, I0, Muhl Revue, I2i
Track, I0, Intramural Bowling, I0, II,
l243 Beaumont Ave., Temple
Muhltohi, I2, Varsity Club, I0, II, I2,
Stae Craft Club, II, I2, Bowling
Club, I0, II, Track, I0, II, Wrestling,
IO, II, I2g Football I0, II, I2, All
County, Tri-County Berks County, All
Conference, Intramural Basketball I0, ll,
2200 Rosemont Blvd., Reading
Electronics Club, I 0.
ROBERT .l. SMITH
3303 Raymond St., Laureldale
Mixed Chorus, I2g Hi-Y, I2y Observer,
Photographer, II: Muhltohi,
pher, II, Photography Club, II, Track
I0, II, I27 Electronics Club, Ilg Wrest-
ling, I2, Intramural Bowling,
TERRY L, SPINKA
I243 Beaumont Ave., Temple
Hall Patrol, I2, Varsity Clu
b, IO, II,
I2, Typing Club, I0, II, Muhl Revue,
g I0 II I2
l2p Track, I0, II, Wrestlin ,
Intramural Bowling, Football, I0, II,
Intramural Basketball, IO.
3II4 Harrison Ave,, Muhlen-
Intramural Bowling, Ilg In
tramural Basketball, Volley-
3200 Earl St., Laureldale
Show Band, I0, II, I2g
Mixed Chorus, I0, II, I27
County Chorus, I2g Muhle-
teers, I2, Accompanist Club
I0, II, I2, Typing Club, Il
Muhl Revue, I0, II, I2
Hall Patrol, II, I2, Elec
tronics Club, I0, Wrestling,
JERRY L. SCHOENER
4008 Frances St., Temple
Hall Patrol, II, I2g Varsity
Club, IO, Il, Treas., I2,
Basketball, IO, Football, I0,
Track, IO, II, I2, Cross
Country, II, I27 Wrestling,
II: World Lit., I2, Hi-Y,
Chaplain, I2, Intramural Bas-
ketball, II, I2, Shulflebaard,
I008 Midway Ave., Temple
Hall Patrol, I2g Typing
Club, II, Baseball, IO, Il,
I2g Intramural Football,
Shutlleboard, I2g Intramural
Volleyball, I0, II, I2, Flag
Football, II, Intramural Bas-
ketball, II, I2.
3421 Marlon St., Laureldale
Intramural Basketball, 10,
11, Intramural Volleyball,
II, Bowling, 10, 11,
3821 Raymond Street, Laurel-
Blue Horizon Club, 10, ll,
Sec., I2, Student Council,
1o, 11, see., 12, u.N. club,
10, o.A.A., 10, 11, v. Pres.,
11, 12, World' L11., 12,
Class Treas., I0, 11, 12,
Cheerleading, IO, II, 12,
Honor Society, 12, Hockey,
10, 11, 12, Basketball, 10,
F.1'.A., Prog, Chairlady, II,
12, Intramural Basketball
Vo eybcill Hckey I0 II
PATRICIA L. STARKE
4011 Frances St,, Temple
Y-Teens, 10, II, I2, Student
Council, 12, U.N. Club, ll,
G,A,A., 10, II, Sec., 12,
World Lit., 12, F.T.A., ll,
12, Library Club, I0, 11,
Muhl Revue, 12, Cheerlead-
ing, II, 12, Honor Society,
12, Hockey, 10, ll, 12, ln-
tramurols, 10, 11, I2.
842 Hartman Ave., Temple
Y-Teens, II, Typing Club,
11, Stage Craft, 12, Bowl-
in Club 10, Library b
CATHERINE SWOYER CHRISTINE TOEIAS
3018 Marion St Laureldale 3502 Oak St Laureldale
xed Chorus 10 II ixed Chorus 12 Horizon Cub
I1 I2 Bookkee ing Wor L I2 Twirlrng U
u Lrbrar Cu ss ay M are es
4006 Kutztown Rd., Temple
- eens, 12, orizon Club, 10, p u-
nt Council, I1, , . . ., , ,
12, Muhl Revue, I2, Cheerleading, , DAVID VOGEL
41 Park Ave,, Hyde Park
, , Academic
Class Play, 12, Muhl Revue, 12.
12, Hockey, I0, Intramural Hockey, ,
, 12, Intramural Volle all,
I2, Shuflleboard, 11.
524 Tuckerton Ave., Temple
Hi-Y, I1, Hall Patrol, 11, 12, Varsity
Club, I0, ll, 12, Honor Society, 12,
Muhl Revue, 11, 12, Basketball, 10, II, ALAN WALKER
12, Baseball, IO, Cross Country, II, 12, Ramich Rdr., Temple R.D. I
Intramural Volleyball, 10, 11, 12. Industrial
405 Madison Ave., Hyde
3415 McKently SI., Laurel-
10, 11, 12,
Mixed Chorus, 10,
Muhleteers, 11, 12, Base-
ball, 10, 11, Football Mgr.,
Mixed Chorus, 12, Y-Teens,
11, 12, Forum, 11, Blue
Horizon Club, 10, Dramat-
ics, 12, Class Sec,, 10, 11,
12, Muhl Revue, 12, Maior-
915 Elizabeth Ave., Laurel-
DENNIS B. WERTZ
Mt. Vernon Ave., Temple
Bowling Club, 10, Typing Club, 10, 11.
Stoudts Ferry Rd., Riverview Park
4118 8th Ave., Temple
Mixed Chorus, 10, 11, 12, Y-Teens,
11, 12, world Lit., 12, F,r.A., 11,
Twirling Club, 10, Class Play,
Muhl Revue, 12, Malorettes, 10,
Intramural Basketball, 12.
2215 Fernwood St., College
l Intramural Basketball, 12.
Baseball, 11, 12, Intramural
Bowling, 10, 11, 12.
SUSAN JANE WERTZ
236 Madison Ave., yde Park
Y4Teens, 11, 12, Blue orizon Club, 10,
Observer, 11, 12, Muhltohi, 11, 12,
G.A.A., 10, 11, Sec., 12, F.T.A., 12,
Twirling Club, 10, Class Play, 11 12
Muhl Revue, 11, 12, Maiorettes, 11,
Band Mai., 12, Intramural Basketball,
10, 11, 12, Intramural Volleyball, ll,
5208 Allentown Pike, Temple
Y-Teens, 10, 11, 12, G.A.A., 10, 11, 12
F.T.A., '12, Muhl Revue, 12, Maiorettes,
10, 11, Flag Leader, '12, ockey, 10
Intramural Basketball, Volleyball, 10, 11
Intramural ockey, 10, 11, 12, Intra
mural Shuffleboard, 11.
Mt. Laurel Ave., Temple
Electronics, 10, Bawling, 10, 11, DICIUUY.
ics, 12, Forum, 11, Class Play, 12,
Muhl Revue, 12, Track, 12, Intramural
Basketball, 11, Intramural Volleyball, 10.
MARVIN R. WOERNER
510 S. Temple Blvd., Temple
Bowling Club, 107 Typing
Club, 11, Intramural Volley-
ball, 10, ll, 12, Intramural
Basketball, ll, Intramural
Football, 11, 12.
EDWARD BOYD WOLF
4414 4th Ave., Temple
Mixed Chorus, 11, 12
County Chorus, 117 Football
10, Wrestling, 10, 11, In
tramural Volleyball, 10, 12
Intramural Basketball, 12
Intramural Bowling, 10, 11
CLASS OFFICERS-President, Edward Reese Treasurer Eileen Steely Vice Presr
dent, Joseph Julian, Secreary, Carol Weaver
Mrs. Mildred Bodolsky
Miss Dorothy Boyer
CLASS ADVISER: Mr. Myron Boyer
Class of 963
Left to right-FIRST ROW: Jeanne Benicoff, Darlene Petree, Susan McDonald, Virginia Kessler, Susan Leinbach, Susan Wertz, Eileen Steely, treas.,
Carol Weaver, sec., Edward Reese, pres., Joseph Julian, v.-pres., Linda Reed, valedictorian, Patricia Starke, salutatorian, Rose Ann Greenawalt,
Carol Kunsman, Carol Fromm, Gloria Fink, Susan Fox, Christine Tobias, Michele Czarnecki. SECOND ROW: Paulette Goss, Louis Rossi, Patricia
Beecher, Michael Mehle, Carol Burkert, Michael Delmonico, Catharine Swoyer, Robert Hanley, Dawn Biehl, Jan Wixon, Brenda Dunkle, Robert
DeSavario, Karen Ford, Terry Spinka, Sandra Brown, Orvis Rowe, Sandra Lessig, Larry Graeff, Mariann Arbogast, John Potteiger. THIRD ROW:
Jerry Schoener, Susan Deprill, Elwood Seifert, Joyce Richards, Lawrence Gaston, Linda Bucks, Royce Gernert, Darlene Bernstel, Douglas Henne,
Sandra Kocur, Harvey Schlegel, Mary DeLong, Timothy Cordier, Carolyn Sumrall, Warren Clark, Elsa Rhoads, Richard Hertzog, JoEllen Ammarell,
Mario DeSantis, Dolores Amendola, Ronald Weidman. FOURTH ROW: James Papola, Edward Wolfe, Gail Dunkelberger, Ronald Shewchuk, Janalee
Antolick, Barry Shutter, Diane Fairchild, David Weyandt, Gail Grim, Royce Manwiller, Beverly Dukeman, Neil Brown, Nancy Nieder, Walter
Dieterle, Janice Gotschall, Kenneth Dussinger, Sandra Manwiller, John Rohrbacher, Dawn Heckman, David Vogel, Carol Rodick, Michael Sharp,
Class of 63
Faye Robertson, Donald Wary, Greg Hefter. FIFTH ROW: Ronald Spohn, Carol Lonaberger, Larry Roth, Kathleen Kircher, Dwight Moser, Joyce
Meck, Larry Endy, Kris Gustantino, James Spinka, Cynthia Gromis, Randall Richards, Dolores Carl, Dennis Wertz, Maxine Tobias, David Evans,
Barbara Reese, Eric Rossiter, Jane Wilson, Thomas Gruber, Shirley Reese, Dennis Paradee, Carol Wise, James Miller, Linda Hower, Benton Wentzel,
Dennis Fronheiser. SIXTH ROW: Lorraine Burtner, Frederick Burtner, Linda Schaefer, Gary Badinger, Sandra Greenawalt, Edward Forry, Dawn Dautrich,
Richard Christ, Jean Delp, James Slonaker, Sharon Gehris, Raymond Hoptley, Sharon Bennethum, George Vogel, Nancy Althouse, Warren Greth,
Cheryl Bieber, Douglas Moyer, Diane Guistwite, Warren Bowman, Sonia Miseyko, Alan Walker, Loretta Kramer, Robert Plank, Donna Gregonis,
Robert Smith, Annie Godshall, John Yeager. SEVENTH ROW: James Osmun, Paul Baur, Scott Addis, Darte Asbell, Lynn Schmeck, Terry Oxenreider,
Larry Rothenberger, Marvin Werner, Thomas Henderson, Terry Brittain, Robert Germann, Edward Hart, David Spayd, Franklin Noll, Daniel DeAngelo,
Ranking tenth in the class of
'63 was JoEllen Ammarell. De-
bating and U. N. Club gave
her valuable experience in pub-
lic speaking, while her radiant
smile and quiet demeanor con-
tributed to her ladylike grace.
Nancy Althouse placed ninth
in the senior class. Although
Nancy was quiet and unassum-
ing, she could be depended
upon to do her assignment well
and accurately whether it was
homework, secretarial work, or
part of her Work experience
Placing seventh in the class was
Susan Leinloach. Susie, the per-
fect individualist, was not afraid
to voice her opinion, a trait
that gained her much respect
and admiration by people less
willing to speak.
Dwight Moser attained the
eighth place. Dwight's love for
tropical fish was well known
as were his easy going ways
which hid a lively sense of
humor that at times managed
to come to the fore.
Carol Fromm attained sixth
place in the class of '63. Carol's
quiet personality and small
stature did not overshadow an
alert brain and forceful man-
cademic Positions . 6
Valedictorian of the class of '63
was Linda Reed. Linda's quiet
manner sometimes hid her com-
petitive spirit and her deter-
mination to do her best to meet
and conquer every challenge
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Fifth in the class was Carol
Burkert. Carol, blessed with an
independent air, was ready and
willing to offer her opinion on
almost any subiect that might
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Joseph Julian ranked fourth in
the senior class. Joe's satirical
sense of humor and high ideals
of sportsmanship were evident
in both classrooms and sports.
Attaining third place in the
class of '63 was Eileen Steely.
Her election as Many Queen
proved that she possesses not
only brains but also good looks
and a vibrant personality.
Patricia Starke was salutatorian
of the class of '63, Pat's lively
personality was evident not only
in the classroom but also in
girls' sports and- cheerleading
Standing academically at the top
ofthe class of '63 are eight girls and
two boys. Ot these top ten, seven
are academic students and three are
commercial students. The top ten
displayed their leadership abilities in
extracurricular activities as well as
in classrooms. Each one is proof that
an intelligent individual need not be
only a bookworm, but can also be
a well rounded person interested in
all phases of life.
Junior blazer winners.
SEATED, Left to right: Jo-
Socxety for Academic Achievement. STANDING, Left to right: Jerry Schoener, Christine Tobias,
Warren Greth, Joe Julkin. SEATED, FIRST ROW: Patricia Starke, Eileen Steely. SECOND ROW: Susan
Lelnbach Mary DeLong, Nancy Althouse. THIRD ROW: JoEllen Ammarell, Linda Reed, Carolyn Sumrall.
This year, for the first time, academic awards were
given to students excelling in academic subiects in grades
ten, eleven, and twelve. Each winner received a blue
blazer with the school emblem on the pocket. To win
a blazer, the student had to have the highest average in
a subiect. This average was tabulated by averaging his
classroom grades and the grade he received in a special
test on that subject. Four boys and tour girls, a boy and
a girl for each subiect, in each grade received the awards.
Anne Blewett, Joan Adams,
Linda Richardson, Carolyn
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Senior blazer winners. SEATED in the usual order: Linda Reed, Eileen Steely, Carol Burkert. STANDING:
Joseph Julian, Jerry Schoener, Patricia Starke, Warren Ulle, and Warren Greth.
Carl. STANDING: David
Fetterman, Charles White-
head, Darryl Conner, and
Sophomore blazer winners. KNEELING: Kathleen Hughes, Robin Fies. STANDING: Jack
Laftemann, Christine Heere, Donald Moleski, Jack Williams, Ronald Zygmunt and Ann
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Adam, Edwin, 30
Adam, George F., Mr., 10
Adams, Jaan, so, 49, so, 79,
Adams, Richard, 34, 65, 78, 92
Adams, Richard J., 34, 44, 65
Addis, Scott, 128
Althouse, David, 34, 78
Althouse, Lee, 34, 65
Althouse-, Nancy, 43, 128, 146,
Amendola, Dolores, 42, 55, 60,
Ammarell, Ann, 80
Ammarell, Barbara, 81
Ammarell, JoEllen, 128, 146, 148
Ammarell, Harry F., Mr., 10
Ammarell, Robert, Mr., 14
Angstadt, Mary, 30
Angstadt, Paul, 30
Annaballi, Pierre, 30
Annabelli, David, 34
Index - 1963 Muhltohi
Benner, Scott, 34, 79, 94
Bennethom, Gregory, 65
Bennethum, Sharon, 43, 51, 53,
Benton, Sandra, 30, 43, 59, 68
Bernstel, Darlene, 42, 68, 129
Bertschman, Donald, 34
Biehl, Dawn, 129
Billman, Claude, 30
Biology Club, 66
Bittle, Richard, 92
Blazer Winners, 148, 149
Blewett, JoAnne, 30, 51, 57,
Bloedow, Rosalyn, 30, 57, 59, 69
Blue Band, 52, 120, 121
Board of Education, 10
Boidolsky, Mildred M., Mrs.
Boeshore, Thomas, 92
Bohr, James, 34
Bollinger, Barry, 34
Bonanno, Gerald, 30, 48, 50
Bookkeeping Club, 57
Border, Darwin, 30
Antolick, Janalee, 49, 55, 128
Antolick, Larry, 34, 68
Aquiline, Ronald, 30
Arbogast, Mariann, 42, 47, 49,
57, 58, 79, 80, 81, 89, 106,
107, 116, 128
Asbell, Darte, 128
Asbell, Judy, 34, 68
Assistant Principal, 13
Attendance Officer, 15
Auchenbach, Evie, 34, 42, 49,
50, 55, 58, 67, 79, 80, 89
Baccalaureate, 122, 123
Badinger, Gary, 72, 75, 94, 95,
Bahner, Richard, 30, 112
Bair, Thomas, 30, 68
Bare, Jeanne, 30, 43
Baseball, 96, 97, 98, 99
Basketball, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86,
87, 88, 89
Batz, Donald, 30
Bauer, Stephen, 34, 48, 67
Baur, Paul, 128
Bear, Thomas, 34
Beaver, Bonnie, 30, 45, 57, 65,
Bechtel, Sandra, 34, 43, 60, 79,
Becker, Milton, 34
Beecher, Patricia, 42, 59, 128
Beecher, Sandra, 30
Beeman, Carol, 34
Behm, Robert, 34
Beiber, Cheryl, 43, 53, 57, 59,
Benicoff, Jeanne, 129
Bowling Clubs, 64, 65
Bowman, Warren, 129
Boyer, Carolyn, 30, 57, 59, 69
Boyer, Dorothy J., Miss, 21,
Boyer, Gerald, 30, 48, 50
Boyer, Judy, 34, 42, 47, 79,
Boyer, Karal, 30, 48, 49, 57, 62,
Boyer, Lois, 34
Boyer, Lymm, 30
Boyer, Myron F., Mr., 25, 66,
Branco, Dennis, 30
Brasefield, Craig, 34
Tim, so, 56, 57, 78,
79, 82, 83, 85
Brittain, Terry, 129
Brown, Cathleen, 30, 39, 48,
57, 65, 79
Brown, Linda, 34, 106, 107
Brown, Linda, 30, 38, 42, 57, 79
Brown, Marcia, 34, 42, 60, 64,
Brown Neil, 97, 129
, Sandra, 42, 129
Browne, Barry, 34, 72
Brubaker, Larry, 34
Brunner, Joanna, 34, 55, 42,
Linda, 43, 49, so, 53, 60,
63, 114, 129
Bukowski, Robert F., Mr., 23
Burkert, Carol, 45, 58, 63, 130,
Burkhart, Edward, Mr., 14
Burkhart, Eugne, 34, 60
Burkmeyer, Floyd, Mr., 15
Burns, Judy, 30, 57, 59, 69
Burtner, Frederick, 130
Burtner, Laraine, 130
Bus Drivers, 14
Butler, Bryan, 92
Butz, Joseph R., Mr., 18, 59
Cafeteria Staff, 15
Calabria, Daniel, 34, 79, 82, 84,
Camilli, Dianne, 34, 42
Camilli, Olivia, 30, 42
Carl, Carolyn, 30, 43, 57, 58,
Carl, Dolores, 43, 57
Cassidy, Nancy, 37, 64, 89
Christ, Richard, 44, 48, 50,
Chura, Dianne, 34, 43, 55, 64,
Clark, Colette, 34, 79, 89
Clark, Daniel, 30, 91
Clark, Warren, 130
Clay, Helen, Mrs., 14
Cleaver, Barbara, 34, 45, 68
Clouser, Suzanne, 34, 43, 51,
79, 89, 107
Cochran, Charles, 30, 79, 96, 97
Color Guard, 53
Commencement, 122, 123
Conner, Darryl, 30, 48, 65, 112,
Coopersmith, Joan, 34, 51
Cordier, Timothy, 44, 48, 50,
Correnti, Harry, Mr., 14
Corriden, Patricia, 30, 43, 64,
Cox, Wayne, 34, 48, 66
Cozzi, John, 47
Cramer, Sandra, 30, 51, 52, 58,
65, 79, ao, 81
Crooks, Carol, 34, 59
Cross Country, 78
Crouch, Clarence, 34
Crummett, James, 30
Curtis, Christine, 34, 43, 49,
Czarnecki, Michele, 42, 110, 130
Dailey, Gerald, 30, 91
Danko, Dennis, 34, 73
D'Arienzo, John, 92
Dautrich, Dawn, 43, 130
Davidson, Susan, 34, 80
Davis, Carol, 30, 51, 52, 58,
65, 79, 81
Davis, Michael, 65
Davis, Richard, 34, 48, 90
DeAngelo, Daniel, 130
Debating Club, 62
DelCollo, Bonnie, 34, 42, 47,
Delmonico, Michael, 95, 131
DeLong, Mary, 45, 49, 131
DeLong, Suzette, 30, 45, 57, 69
Delp, Donald N., Mr., 21, 65
Delp, Jean, 131
Delp, Mary Jane, Miss, 21, 81,
Delp, Sandra, Miss, 14
Deluca, Natale, Mr., 26
Deprill, Susan, 58, 80, 81, 114,
DeSante, Donna, 34, 68, 79
DeSantis, Mario, 131
Desmond, William, 34, 73
Dewalt, Robert, 30, 48, 52, 53
Didyoung, Berneville, Mr., 15
Dieroff, Sandra, 30, 36
Dieterle, Walter, 44, 48, 61,
DiGuardi, Richard, 61, 72, 74,
76, 79, 131
DiSaverio, Robert, 94
Dowling, Harry, Mr., 15
Dresher, Judy, 31, 42, 49. 50,
67, 79, so
Dresher, Norman, 52
Dukeman, Beverly, 49, 131
Dunkle, Brenda, 131
Dunkle, Larry, 30, 31
Dunkle, Minnie, Mrs., 15
Dunkelberger, Alvin, Mr., 14
Dunkelberger, Gail, 43, 131
Dunlap, Sarah, 34, 43, 79
Durina, Steve, 34
Dussinger, Harry, 48
Dussinger, Karen, 34, 79
Dussinger, Kenneth, 132
Easterday, Karl, 34
Everly, Lolita, 31, 49, 52, 53,
58, 80, 89
Ebersole, Carol, 34
Eiln, Sharon, 68
Eisenhart, Sandra, 42, 51, 68
Ellingsworth, Marcia, 31, 55, 68
Ellis, AnnaMarie, 31, 42, 58,
60, 79, 88
Endy, Larry, 44, 110, 132
Endy, Raymond, Mr., 15
Epting, Donna, 51
Etta-:lei George, 31, 47, 57, 73,
Ettinger, Edmond A., Mr., 26,
Etzel, Joseph, 48
Evans, David, 48, 61, 132
Evans, Gladys, Mrs., 15
Evening of Music, An, 118, 119
Eyrich, Ronald, 31
Fairchild, Diane, 42, 54, 57,
Fairchild, Linda, 35, 55
Faller, Charlene, 35, 59
Faller, Michael, 31
Fatkin, Richard, 35, 73
Faust, Sherry, 35, 45, 58, 60, 63,
Fedak, Rosalee, 35, 43, 68'
Fetter, Dennis, 65
Fetterman, David, 21, 31, 60,
Fetterman, Donald L., Mr., 21,
Fetterman, Terry, 35
Fiels, Darlene, 35, 43, 60, 64
Fies, Chester M., 10
Fies, Linda, 35, 43, 51
Fies, Robin, 35, 45, 48, 49, 50,
55, 58, 79, 80, 89
Fillippi, Enrico, 35
Filman, Judy, 35, 43, 49, 50, 68
Finderman, Deborah, 80
Fink, Gloria, 49, 52, 132
Fink, Lee, 52
Fisher, Marvin, 35
Focht, Darryl, 92
Football Squad, 72, 72, 74
Ford, Karen, 42, 132
Forry, Edward, 44, 61, 79, 132
Forum Club, 65
Fox, John, D., 10
Fox, Susan, 132
Frederick, James, 32, 35, 48,
Froelich, Richard, 35
Fromm, Carol, 132, 146
Fronheiser, Dennis, 44, 132
Fulmer, Kenneth, 35, 73
Future Business Leaders of
Future Scientists of America, 67
Future Teachers of America, 58
Gallagher, Judy, 35, 42, 49, 55,
Galvin, Peter, 72
Garber, Judith, 31, 51, 57
Garis, Dawn, 35
Gaspari, Linda, 43, 47
Gassert, Charles, 14
Gassert, Craig, 35
Gaston, Lawrence, Jr., 133
Gately, Tl-ieda, 31, 57, 65
Gealuin, Peter, 35
Gehman, Marcia M., 20
Geho, Kathy, 32, 35, 42, 55
Gehrke, Carol, 31, 57
Gehris, Sharon, 133
Gerhand, Walter, 35, 44
Germann, Robert, 48, 61, 65,
Gernert, Royce, 44, 47, 52, 133
Gilbert, Carol, 31
Girls Athletic Association, 79
Gockley, Jane, 35, 47, 49, 107
Godshall, Annie, 43, 133
Godshall, Robert, 35, 57
Gogliuzza, Elivra, 31, 42, 79, 80
Goodhart, Sylvia, 31
Gosch, Robert, 35
Goss, Paulette, 133
Gottscholl, Janice, 133
Graeff, Brian, 35, 68, 78, 87
Graeff, David, 31, 48, 50
Graeff, Larry, 44, 48, 50, 52,
Greenawalt, Joanne, 80
Greenawalt, Rose Anne, 49, 50,
55, 57, 62, 63,111,115,133
Greenawalt, Robert, 31, 62, 63,
Greenawalt, Sandra, 133
Greer, Larry, 35, 94, 95
Gregonis, Donna, 31, 134
Greth, Warren, 61, 65, 110, 134
Gricoskie, Janice, 31, 69
Griesmer, Peter, 92
Griesemer, Robert, 31, 48, 61,
73, 79, 112
Grill, lohn, 31, 48, 52, 53, 63
Grim, Barbara, 35
Grim, Brian, 35
Grim, Gail, 43, 49, 50, 52, 79,
Groff, Patricia, 35, 42
Gromis, Cynthia, 59, 79, 134
Gross, Michael, 65
Grube, Linda, 35, 68
Gruber, Thomas, 134
Guistwite, Darlene, 35
Guistwite, Diane, 43, 53, 57,
Guldin, Susan, 35, 43, 80
Gusley, Michael, 31
Gustantino, Kris, 43, 49, 50,
55, 79, 134
Haas, Thomas, 31
Haddock, Robert, 35, 87
Haeseler, Carol, 31, 68
Haeseler, Linda, 35, 58, 79
Hafer, Dolores, 35, 43, 66, 79,
Hafer, Henry, 31, 65, 112
Hafer, Herbert, 35, 90
Hafer, Robert, 31
Hagenman, Linda, 35, 42, 49,
Hain, Glenn, 35, 44, 48, 52,
78, 79, 102
Haisch, Richard, 35, 63, 67
Hall Patrol, 61, 68
Hammond, Jeffrey, 35, 44, 53,
78, 79, 115
Hammond, Joan, 35, 43
Handwork, Linda, 35, 45, 49,
51, 55, 59, 79, 88
Hanley, Jerry, 35, 72
Hanley, Robert, 72, 74, 75, 94,
Hann, Donna, 31, 33
Harbonic, Janice, 35, 59
Hart, Edward, 90, 134
Hart, Janice, 35, 48, 49, 50,
79, 80, 89
Hart, John, 31, 48, 50, 57
Hassler, Donald, 31
Hassler, George, 31
Hassler, Linda, 42, 55, 80
Hassler, Marsha, 35, 66, 67
Hauck, William, 31
Havens, Marilyn, 31, 68
Healy, Nancy, 35, 42, 49, 55,
Heckman, David, 35
Heckman, Dawn, 134
Heckman, Jane, 35
Heebner, Donald, 31
Heebner, Donna, 35
Heere, Christine, 35, 43, 49,
50, 63, 68, 79
Heffner, Jackson, 31, 65
Heffner, Janice, 31, 43
Hefter, Gregory, 135
Heist, Terry, 35
Heiter, John, 35
Henderson, Thomas, 135
Henne, Douglas, 60, 61, 135
Henne, Floyd, Mr., 15
Henne, Linda, 35, 45
Herb, Leslyn, 31, 42, 51, 79, 89
Herb, Miriam, Mrs., 15
Herbein, Robert, 36, 52, 92
Herman, Barry, 135
Hertzog, Richard, 135
Hess, Linda, 36, 38, 43, 49, 79
Hiester, Carol, 31, 43, 88, 89
Hilbert, Ted, 52
Hill, Ruth, 36, 45, 47, 55, sa,
67, 79, so
Hinkel, Darrel, 36, 72, 94
Hinkel, Patricia, 36, 42
Hlatky, Katherine, 36, 49, 80
Hoagland, Fred, 36, 65
Hock, Jeanette, 31, 68
Hockey Mascot, 81
Hodgkins, Sharon, 31, 34, 42,
Hoffman, Daniel, 31, 72, 113
Hoffman Jr., Henry F., Mr., 25,
52, 53, 115
Hoffman, Faye, 42
Hoffman, Mary, 36, 43
Hoffmaster, Dick, 52
Hogue, Grace Lease, Mrs., 14
Hail, Beth, 31, 51
Holl, Dale, 36
Holl, Ruth, 36, 45
Hoptley, Diana, 36, 45, 64
Hoptley, Ray, 135
Horizon Club, 45
Horton, Alta H., Miss, 25
Hower, Linda, 42, 49, 53, 58,
Huber, Barbara, 36, 64, 80
Hughes, Kathleen, 36, 43, 58,
63, 64, 79
Humbert, Barry, 31, 61, 91
Hummel, Jean, 31
Hummel, Pat, 36
Hunsberger, Paul, 36
Hutsko, Peter, 36, 44, 72
Huyett, Laurer, Mr., 10
lezzi, Elizabeth, 36, 42
lmboden, Lawrence L., Mr., 18,
lrwin, Barry, 31, 48, 50
lsett, Loretta, 36, 45, 47, 55
Jackson, Carol, 31, 42, 49, 59,
Januszak, Joseph, 34
Januszak, George, 31
Johnson, Mary, 36
Jones, Beverly, 36, 45, 49, 50,
Journalism, 1, 57
Jost, Jacqueline, 36, 63
Jones, Daniel, 31
Julian, Joseph, 47, 46, 77, 79,
Junior Class Play, 112, 113
Junior-Senior Prom, 124, 125
Kalbach, Barbara, 36, 42, 63, 79
Kalbach, Stanley, 36
Katzenmoyer, Melvin, 31, 67
Kauffman, Linda, 36, 52, 107
Kauffman, Lester, Mr., 10
Kauffman, Rodney, 36
Kaufmann, Jane, 36, 43, 64, 79
Keath, Judy, 36, 45, 51, 52,
Keath, Quentin K., Mr., 10, 23,
Keehn, Kerry, 31, 48
Kehr, Steven, 36, 65
Keim, Jeffery, 36, 87
Keller, Beverly, 36
Keller, Bonnie, 31
Keller, Patricia, 31, 67
Kennedy, Laura, 36, 64
Kessler, Virginia, 42, 60, 135
Khouri, John W., Mr., 10, 11
Kircher, Kathleen, 43, 135
Kistler, Eleanor, 36, 58
Kitchens, Linda, 31, 36, 43, 57
Klee, Charolette, 36, 64
Kleffel, Robin, 36, 45, 60, 65,
Klick, Kerry, 36, 73
-Kline, Carolyn, 31, 59, 69
Kline, Richard, 36, 52
Knauss, Thelma L., Miss, 18
Knepp, Holly, 31, 42, 55, 58,
60, 79, 80, 89
Knouse, lrvin, 31
Knouse, Robert M., Mr., 24, 78,
Knutson, Marie, 31, 42, 52, 53,
58, 63, 79, 80, 107, 113
Kochinsky, Jerome, Mr., 94
Kocur, Sandra, 43, 53, 57, 65,
Kohl, Judith, 31, 36, 43, 47, 55,
Korn, Judith, 31, 59, 68
Kostura, Pauline, 31
Kozlowski, Eugene, 96
Kralles, Georgine, 36, 55
Kramer, Ethel, 36, 42
Kramer, Loretta, 43, 51, 59, 136
Krick, Gail, 31, 42, 69
Krize, Daniel, 36, 66
Krott, Richard, 31
Kunsman, Carol, 42, 136
Kutzamanis, John, 37, 67
Laing, Catherine, 37
Lash, Dennis, 37
Lattemann, Jack, 37, 44, 63
Lebo, Suzanne, 37, 64
Leibold, Carol, 31, 43, 68, 107
Leinbach, Samuel, Mr., 14
Leinbach, Susan, 45, 47, 65,
Leisey, Judith, 32, 36, 43, 57
Lenich, Cheryl, 37, 45, 47, 48,
49, 58, 68
Lessie, Stephen, 31
Lessig, Sandra, 42, 58, 79, 80,
Levan, Kenny, 65
Levengood, Bonnie, 37, 47, 63
Library Club, 51
Lient, Kenneth, 37, 78
Linderman, Deborah, 37, 43, 79,
Livinghouse, Cheryl, 136
Livinghouse, Karen, 37
Lloyd, Jacob, 37
Lonaberger, Carol, 43, 81, 88,
Long, Carlene, 37, 42, 49, 58,
Long, Jack, 78
Losoncy, George, 37
Lumley, Grace, 37, 42, 49, 68
Lutz, Carl, 32, 48, 73
Mabry, Carol, 32
MacDonald, Kenneth, 37
Maiorettes, 54, 56
Maltby, Ronald, 32
Manegold, James, 37
Manley, Gloria, 32
Manwiller, Bruce, 32
Manwiller, Royce, 48, 52, 53,
Manwiller, Sandra, 45, 49, 51,
Manzella, Candace, 37, 42
Manzella, Joseph, 37, 62, 63,
Marks, James, 32
Martarama, Jerome, Mr., 27, 62,
Marth, Annette K., Mrs., 22
Marth, Olin R., Mr., 23, 60, 91
Martin, Jane, 32, 43, 57, 79, 36
Martin, Sandra, 80
Mattes, Sandra, 32, 42, 49, 68
Maurer, Lynda, 37, 45, 64, 67,
McCarter, Linda, 32
McDonald, Kenneth, 22
McDonald, Susan, 57, 137
Mccamgal, Miihael, 32
McLaughlin, Keith, 32, 48, 61,
McLaughlin, Kevin, 82
McLaughlin, Paul, Mr., 72, 77,
McKnabb, Meas, Mr., 15
Meck, Joyce, 55, 136
Mehle, Michael, 47, 61, 137
Meitzler, Edward, Mr., 14
Melick, Arthur C., 10
Mertz, Phillip, 37, 65, 67, 90,
Mertz, Sharon, 32, 68
Metz, Carl, 37, 65
Meyer, Kent, 37, 67, 72
Meyer, Scott, 32, 47, 48, 92
Michalski, Michael, 32, 48
Miller, Alex, 37, 38, 60, 65, 67
Glenn O., Mr., 24, 92,
James, 61, 137
Martin, 37, 97
Tammy, 37, 43, 64, 68
Miseyko, Sonia, 137
Sandra, 32, 49, 50, 68
Moleski, Donald, 37, 48, 65, 67
Moletress, Michael, 68
Morgan, John, 32
Dwighf, 44, 47, 61,
Moyer, Aileen, 37, 42, 47, 55
Moyer, David, 37, 58, 63
Moyer, Douglas, 137
Moyer, Janet, 32, 42, 58, 62,
Moyer, Joanne, 37, 45, 51, 63,
Napoletano, Shirley, Mrs., 14
Nardo, Eileen, 32, 42, 49, 51,
Neher, Cynthia, 37, 45, 64
Neider, Nancy, 68, 137
Newcomb, Glenn, 37, 72
Ney, Barbara, 80
Niey, David, 37, 65
Ney, Michael, 37, 73, 87
Nichols, Edward, Mr., 14
Noll, Franklin, 137
Noll, Kathleen, 37
Nye, Stuart, 37, 44
O'Boyle, Nancy, 37
O'Brien, S. J., Dr., 73
Observer Staff, 56
Office Staff, 14
Osmun, James, 137
Ott, Darlyn, 37, 64, 88
Ott, James, 37
Owen, Carol, Mrs., 15
Oxenreider, Clara K., Mrs., 11,
Oxenreider, Peggy, 32, 43, 49,
54, 58, 80, 88, 89, 116
Oxenreider, Terry, 52, 78, 82,
Papola, James, 110, 138
Papola, Linda, 37
Paradee, Dennis, 48, 50, 52, 53,
61, 90, 138
Partet, Patsy, 66, 64
Paskos, Petra, 32, 33, 49, 50
Pellegrini, Louis P., 30, 37, 73
Pennock, Georgia, 37, 42, 64, 66
Petree, Darlene, 138
Phillips, Edward, 37
Phillips, John L., 10
Phillips, Lee, 37, 52, 53,
Phillips, Martin, 37, 78, 79
Plank, Robert, 138
Pohl, Norbert, 37
Potteiger, John, 57, 138
Potteiger, Martha, 37, 42, 64,
Pradon, Stephen, 38, 44, 73, 75,
Pratt, Steve, 52, 53
Muhl Revue, 114, 115
Muhltohi Staff, 56
Mullarkey, Patrick, 37, 58
Mullen, Donald, 32
Mundbell, Ronald, 32
Murphy, Sandra, 37, 43, 51,
66, 79, 80, 89
Musser, Steven, 32, 48, 78, 116
Nagle, Christine, 32
Napior, Joyce, 37, 60, 63,
Price, Richard, 32
Protheroe, Richard, 38, 66
Pugeise, Tony, 65
Quinter, Daniel, 38
Rahn, Frances A., Miss, 19, 42,
Rapp, Barry, sa, 72, 77, 82, 96,
Rapp, Helen, Mrs., 15
Rauenzahn, Margaret, 32, 59,
Reber, Lyndell, 32, 42, 54, 57,
Redcay, Nancy, 38, 45, 63, 80
Reed, Linda, 55, 56, 58, 63,
Reed, Ronald, 32, 48, 50, 67
Reese, Barbara, 45, 47, 49, 58,
79, 106, 107, 138
Reese, Edward, 48, 72, 74, 77,
Reese, Shirley, 43, 49, 50,
54, 56, 138
Reeser, Gregory, 38
Reeser, Richard, 32, 78, 82, 83,
Reichenbach, Paul, 38
Reider, Keith, 38
Reiniger, Lee, 32, 48, 52, 53,
78, 79, 82, 101
Rentschler, Linda, 32
Rentschler, Lyndell, 38, 49, 50,
Reppert, Kerry, 38, 78, 82, 84
Rhoads, Diane, 32, 42, 52, 65,
Rhoads, Elsa, 45, 111, 138
Rhode, Ronald L., Mr., 23, 60
Richards, Joyce, 49, 57, 139
Richards, Michael, 32, 92
Richards, Randall, 48, 50, 52,
Richards, Stephen, 38, 65, 92
Richardson, Linda, 38, 64
Richie, Carl W., Mr., 24, 82,
Roberts, William, 38
Robertson, Faye, 139
Rodick, Carol, 42, 59, 139
Rodino, Filomena, 32, 42, 57,
67, 80, 107
Rohl, Norert, 72
Rohrbach, Allen, 32, 44
Rohrbacher, Bernhard J., Mr., 10
Rohrbacher, John, 72, 75, 79,
Rohrbacher, Matthew A., Mr.,
Rohrbacher, Terry, 32, 44, 78,
Roland, David, 32, 48, 52, 53
Rollman, Faith, 38
Ross, Thomas, 38, 73
Rossi, Louis, 139
Rossiter, Eric, 139
Roth, Larry, 139
Roth, Mike, 38, 47
Rothenberger, Carol, 38, 64
Rothenberger, Catherine, 32, 43,
47, 49, 66, 68
Rothenberger, James, 52, 78, 79,
Rothenberger, Larry, 139, 73
Rothernberger, Sharen, 42
Rothenburger, Ann, 38, 66, 79,
Rothermel, Daniel G., 10
Rowe, James, 65
Rowe, Orvis, 44, 139
Wetzel, Sandra, 38, 43, 59, 64
Rowles, Thelma, Mrs., 15
Sabatino, Judith, 32, 42, 69
Sachetta, Robert, 32, 78
Salks, lngus, 32, 78
Sallade, Michaele, 57
Sands, Vicky, 80
Santoni, Carol, 38, 42, 79, 80,
Santoni, Daniel, 38
Savage, Richard, 38, 52, 86, 87
Schaefer, Forrest, 38, 94
Schaefer, Jere, 38
Schaerer, Barry, 38, 68
Shollenberger, Gladys, 33, 80
Shollenberger, James, 99
Shomper, Mary, 33, 57, 58
Show Band, 53, 115
Showers, Jeanette, 33, 69
Shrom, Roger, 38
Shultz, Dorothy, Mrs., 15
Shutter, Barry, 140
Sidella, Raymond, 33, 63
Skrocki, Dorothy, 33, 49, 69, 106
Slagowski, Linda, 38, 43, 79
Slonaker, James, 140
Stoeber, Eileen, 39, 68
Stoltzfus, Dale, 33, 91
Stolzfus, Dean, 33, 91
Storm, Robert, 33
Stoudt, Harold A., 10
Strittmatter, Carl E., Mr., 13,
Student Council, 47
Stull, Janice, 80
Sumrall, Barbara, 39, 51, 68, 79
Sumrall, Carolyn, 42, 51, 60,
Schaich, Fred, 47, 52, 68
Schaich, Linda, 38, 43, 59, 68,
79, 80, 89
Scheirer, Susan, 38, 43, 68, 79
Schaefer, Gerald D., Mr., 10
Schlegel, Frederick, Mr., 15
Schlegel, Harvey, 139
Schlegel, Linda, 38, 42, 66, 79,
Schmerk, Lynn, 140
Schmeer, Roy, 38
Schmehl, Donna, 32, 49
Schmelh, Kermit H., Mr., 12, 13
Schmehl, Paul, 38, 68
Schmehl, Richard, 38, 47, 48, 68
Smith Barry, 65
Smith John, 38
Smith Robert, 44, 48, 140
Smith Sandra, 38, 43, 51, 59,
Susan, 38, 64
William, 39, 65
Snyder, Sandra, 39, 58
Snyder, Frederick, 38, 86, 87,
Snyder, Robert, 33, 44, 61, 72,
Swimming, 92, 93
Swoyer, Catherine, 42, 57, 59,
Swoyer, Douglas, 39
Swoyer, Jan, 39
Tennant, Olive, Miss, 20
Schmitt, Jay, Mr., 72
Schmidt, Roger, 38, 44, 63,
72, 86, 87, 102
Schoener, Jerry, 61, 78, 79, 101,
Schoening, Kathleen, 32, 59
Schonour, Linda, 38, 42, 66, 79
School Nurse, 14
Schroeder, Linda, 38, 45, 64, 68
Schrum, Christine, 38, 43, 79
Schwambach, Timothy, 38
Scianna, Mary, 32, 49, 79
Seaman, George, 32
Seaman, June, 32
Seidel, Elizabeth, 33, 49, 50,
57, 58, 68, 113
Seifert, Elwood, 48, 50, 53, 61,
Sekella, Mary, 33, 54
Selig, Barry, 38
Selig, James, 33
Sell, Ilona, 38, 64
Sell, Matthan, Mr., 25
Senior Class Play, 110, 11
Shalter, Sandra, 33, 42, 54, 69
Shaner, Ethel, Mrs., 14
Sharp, Jeffrey, 33, 61
Sharp, Michael, 61, 96, 140
Shaub, Michael, 38
Shaver, Joan, 33
Sheetz, Linda, 38, 43, 60, 63,
Sherman, Linda, 33, 43, 68
Shewchuck, Ronald, 140
Shipe, Dean, 38, 72, 79
Shoemaker, James, 38
Sobresky, Kathy, 39, 43, 58, 89
Society for Academic Achieve-
Spancake, Claude A., Mr., 25
Spayd, Arlan, 39
Spayd, David, 39
Spease, Dennis, 65
Spinka, James, 56, 60, 74, 79,
94, 95, 140
Spinka, Terry, 94, 95, 79, 140
Spohn, Cynthia, 33, 80, 81
Spohn, Ronald, 141
Spohn, Rosemary, 39, 42, 58
Stage Craft Club, 60
Stage Crew, 60
Stalbot, Faye, 39, 64
Staley, David, 83
Stalneker, Barry, 39
Stamm, Linda, 33, 49, 69
Starke, Herbert, Mr., 15
Starke, Patricia, 42, 47, 58, 80,
Steely, Diann, 33, 57, 69
Steely, Eileen, 45, 47, 79, 80,
Steely, Leonard, Mrs., 117
Stefl, Harold, Mr., 24, 72, 76,
Steiner, Pamela, 43, 60, 63, 79,
Steinmetz, Bobby, 82
Steinmetz, Robert, Mr., 82
Stephan, Virginia G., Mrs., 14
Stephenson, Barry, 33, 79
Sterner, Barbara, 39, 80, 89
Stetzler, Carol, 33
Stickles, Robert N., Mr., 25
Stitzel, Eileen, 39, 51, 79, 107
Stitzer, Darlene, 39
Tobias, Allan, 33
Tobias, Christine, 45, 49, 54,
Tobias, Donald, 33
Tobias, Maxine, 43, 47, 58,
rreek, 100, 101, 102, 103
Tranquillo, Barbara, 39, 43, 58
Trout, Nancy, 39, 43, 64
Weitzel, Kent, 39, 47, 48, 79,
82, 83, 84, 90
Weitzel, Ray L., Mr., 26, 62, 63
Wentzel, Benton, 142
Wentzel, Daniel, 33
Wentzel, Rodney, 33
Werley, Linda, 42, 57, 69
Wertz, Dennis, 142
Wertz, susan, 42, 54, 56, 111,
Westley, Michael, 39, 48, 65, 67
Weyandt, David, 142
White, Sharon, 33, 69
Whitehead, Charles, 33, 48
Whitehead, Leonard, 33, 91
Williams, Jack, 39, 44, 48, 50,
Wilson, Jane, 43, 54, 55, 58,
Wilson, Mary, 39, 43, 47, 65,
Wenings, Mary Jo., Mrs., 19
Wise, Carol, 43, 49, 58, 114,
Wismer, Norman N., Mr., 18, 57
Withers, Kenneth, 39, 73
Withers, Terry, 33, 73
Trout, Stanley, 33, 47, 82, 83
Typing Club, 68, 69
Ulle, Warren, 33, 48, 50, 67,
U. N. Club, 63
Witman, Diane, 39, 42, 51, 63
Witman, Sandra, 33
Witmer, Linda, 39, 80, 89
Wixon, Jan, 142
Wixon, Lamarr, 39
Vaccaro, Sandra, 39, 43, 64, 79
Valeriano, Andrea, 33, 43, 58,
Valeriano, Judy, 39, 43, 64
VanDriel, Margaret, 39, 51, 58,
Varsity Club, 79
Vogel, David, 111, 141
Vogel, George, 61, 78, 79, 82,
84, 85, 141
Wagner, Karl, 39, 44, 52, 53, 59
Wagner, Mariorie L., Mrs., 22
Wagonseller, Randy, 39, 72
Waldbiesser, Linda, 33, 57, 69
Walker, Alan, 141
Walton, Sharon, 39, 45, 59
Warmkessel, Leroy, 72, 90
Wary, Donald, 48, 50, 73, 142
Waytovick, Darlene, 43, 59
Woerner, Marvin, 143
Wolfe, Jeffrey, 39, 73
Wolfe, Edward, 143
Wolfe, Jeffrey, 44, 94
Wolf, Margaret, 33, 69
Wolfskill, Joy, 33, 48, 49
Wcglienhaupt, Wilbert H., Mr.,
Woods, Glenn, Mr,, 20, 56
Wrestling, 94, 95
, Barry, 39, '73
Weaver, Carol, 43, 49, 142
Weaver, Darlene, 39, 63
Weaver, Donna, 39, 42
Weaver, Kenneth, 39, 52, 59,
Weglinski, Joseph, 39
Weidenhammer, Ray, 39, 78
n, Ronald, 142
Weidner, Kenneth, 39
Weidner, Paul, 73, 75, 76, 79
Weidner, Paul, 33
Yakimo, Linda, 33, 67
Yarnell, Victor R. H., Mr., 26
Yeager, Barry, 33
Yeager, Glenn, 39, 52, 53, 65
Yeager, Joan, 33, 69
Yeager, Rodney, 33
Yeager, John, 143
Yentsch, Larry, 39, 44, 48, 50,
78, 86, 87
Young, Andrea, 39, 43, 68, 79,
Young, Sharon, 39, 43, 55
Y-Teens, 42, 43
Zappacosta, Gary, 33, 60
Zasstowt, Rosemarie, 39, 42, 60
Zerr, Ralph, Jr., 33
Zoppel, Robert, 33, 79
Zuchowski, John, 33, 92
Zyggnunt, Ronald, 39, 47, 48,
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