Muhlenberg High School - Muhltohi Yearbook (Laureldale, PA)

 - Class of 1964

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A-'z HF? - Thai Was The Year Thai Was . . s . 3 f rgfzg k - .s -- 5. 1. f i ij ". W am. 5' 1 g wi w e i 3: fr 'I 1 - VA. J-. f - K A5335 B ' "' an A l -- 2 v - 4 2 , ' . Muhlfohi '64 Published by Journalism Classes Muhlenberg Township High School Laurelclale, Pennsylvania Volume 22 In Memory - Of One Who Gave His All For Liberty . . . Coffin that passes Through lanes and streets, Through day and night with The great cloud darkening The land, With The pomp of The inloop'd flags with The cities draped in black, WiTh The show of The States Themselves as of crepe-veil'd women standing, With processions long and winding and The flambeaus of The night, With The countless Torches lit, with The silent sea of faces and The unbared heads, With The waiting depot, The arriving coffin, and The sombre faces, With dirges Through The night, with The Thousand voices rising strong and solemn, With all The mournful voices of The dirges pour'd around The coffin, The dim-lit churches and The shuddering organs-where amid These you iourney, With The Tolling, Tolling bells' perpetual clang, Here, coffin that slowly passes, l give you my sprig of lilac. -From "When Lilacs Lost in The Dooryard oom' " b Walt Whitman on the occasion of BI a y Abraham Lincoln's assassination in l865 Sniper's bullets found their mark - The words of John Fitzgerald Kennedy: HA man does what he must." . . . If we are given The mandate, and if we lead, we are going to get America moving again, -Campaign speech, Pittsburgh, Oct. 10, l960 And so, my fellow Americans, ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country. -Inaugural Address, Jan. 20, 196l 2 November 22, 1963 According To The ancient Chinese proverb, a journey of 1,000 miles must begin with a single step. My fellow Americans, let us Take that first step. Let us, if we can, step back from The shadows of war and seek out The way of peace. And if that journey is l,OOO miles or even more, let history record that we, in This land, at This Time, Took The first step. -Report on the testban treaty, July 26, 1963 Let every nation know whether it wishes us well or ill, that we shall . . . bear any burden, meet any hardship, support any friend, oppose any foe to assure The survival and The 'success of liber- ty . . . -inaugural Address This is a dangerous and uncer- tain world . . . No one expects our lives To be easy-not in this decade, not in this century. -Last speech, Fort Worth N N Although many incidents occurred dur- ing this school year, not only at Muhlen- berg, but throughout the entire world, the graduation ceremonies will be of ma- ior importance in the lives of the i964 seniors. These seniors, whether they plan to continue their education or assume other responsibilities, attribute the knowl- edge they possess to Muhlenberg and its taculty. 4 i These Walls Harbor Memories Which Will Never Be Forgotten Alma Mater Our thoughts are held in loving thrall To this, our honored Hall. Within these walls we've pondered o'er The paths that lead to All. The best that wisdom gives, we've gotp The prize belongs to all. Our loyal friendship's flower divine That bides in Blue and Gold. CHORUS Then here's a rousing shout to her And to her colors bold. We'll e'er be true and loyal to The noble Blue and Gold. Table of Contents Administration Faculty .,,,,,7.,. Seniors ,frrr .,7. Underclassmen Activities .,,e,, Sports 7, Feature A Rouslng Shout To Her Studying, socializing, cre- ating, and learning were the vital segments in the life of Muhlenberg students. All the students' actions reflected Muhlenberg. All of Muhlenberg's id e a l s and rules influenced and enrich- ed the students and faculty. Extracurricular and club activities prepared the pupil for different phases of life. The students participating in the World Literature class, which was on a voluntary basis and held during a club period, were introduced to works including Dante's Di- vine Comedy, and Aristoph- anes' The Frogs, and Homer's The Iliad. Whether it was participat- ing in a sport, eating in the cafeteria, or voting in The Student Council elections, everyone W i I l remember Muhlenberg. 7 School Life Shapes The Molcl Of The Individual For The Future Ring! . . . the average student gets ready to pass classes. Ring! . . . the student passes classes. Ring! . . . the student prepares for his next class. To many people this schedule may seem boring and uneventful, but it is the little incidents of the day which make school life exciting, full of fun and very educational. A day at M.T.H.S. may include a discussion on the Iliad, the dissection of a star- fish, laboratory experiments, the building of an end table, hemming a dress or trying to obtain the correct figures on a balance sheet, but whatever it includes the student is learning something which will help him in the future. Necessary in mas- tering any of these skills are two main factors. First of which is an interesting and prepared explanation on the part of the teacher and secondly concentration and thought on behalf of the student. But on the lighter side, school life is filled with pep rallies and cheerleaders, the selling of candy after school by G.A.A., class plays, dances, baseball games, home- room parties and most of all lasting friendships! f in 9 -1, . 3 1963-64 School Year Is Invaclecl is E 5 "As the times change, we change with them." This is not only true of character, but also of outward appearance. Leaving last year's look as a bygone fad, the student changed to collegiate attire. Maol- ras, mohair, and oxford cloth were considered "in." Added to nearly all the girls' wardrobes were patched blouses, windbreakers, dickies, Camelot stockings, bulky sweaters, A-line skirts, and stretch slacks. The boys chose levis, cut-away coats, shark-skin suits, and striped ties ancl iackets. All these tads of tashion helped create a special imprint on the times, to make it the year that was. gg O I O Collegiate Attire Sports Lcly Path To 4-Lia - 1 v ft .,,, K , Q Q f in EFF 7 , sg kiwii V, awlk---r.. 5 -'M X ., .r:.I?.' 4" 1 fQ,,,x f 53, 1 1- ,P iQS1.62.l1,'.',' 'fx ' -0 4' "" K V L as-1 - fx ' ' 1 ..Vr:.'E:, fffvj-:7w.1Q1asi?i'M -' ,. 11,3 N V 3 4. 5,,i,,ffk:,6,5m-.2- f - 3 ' ' ' ' " JU ,:' V , Y, -vig, 11z.1,fqgWu.J-Q M 1' wwf--,M y A Q frm gi. , A-.fw-,rinw fh w ,wg-SE, . .. , HW.,-W A--' fm, , iw., Sv, ,,14t,wv3.., V , 3 'N 'N H 'f:':w w f4g: ., , K ' ""::f5"" 1 x Q . f i 5 My if Q J S Physical And Mental Fitness Ancl Good Sportsmanship. Football, hockey, basketball, swimming, track, base- ball, and tennis easily met all the requirements of an effective physical fitness program that year. However, the end result included more than the development of bodily strength. The qualities of fair play, sports- manship, responsibility, leadership, and a healthy re- gard for others accented all sports. Each participant entered his preferred sport because of his desire to play or his will to win. To this were added speed, power, thought, and training. The out- come was the priceless lesson in cooperation and the subiugation of individual glory for group success. f we-smashes,W,Massa-ss-ffff.4: W- 1 :A-,A - , - ' . Y 4 es. 'fs 'W-ME? ,Qui ,,v-s " ri , ' rr' Q r iii 4. r F r .lrtr r VVKK LLVAL - Year's Activities Set Stage For Students . . . Success, Fun, And Learning. That year that was full of tests, research papers, football and baseball games, and homework also contained plays, assembly programs, concerts, club activities, and pep rallies. ' Setting the stage for countless hours of enjoyment, these activities gave each student the opportunity to express his thoughts and to display his talents. However, they also educated all their participants, Leadership, responsibility, and respect were the qualities which everyone learned. For many of these performances, the characters were awarded school letters, charms, or certificates, but the real awards were hearing the applause from an appreciative audience, or the wonderful satisfaction from a iob well done. Regardless of the award, these activities helped to contribute to the year's success. f end ullfe' 6 S Parental M wpork Ye 9 Ge in 4 Yea1'S or U19 Arts t 3ache!0',S CHUCK du ' X of nslb CSPO omg Ffffed f-A. are bl o 75180 afvard t a 78 bas if0p1'0!'esso1:S3 271 8 atsf' newest l1111'vers1Q the Uldversit the new sob bher y of W oo! 133 1 fvlllbb 1' QYILOI' I zts' of G M ff ' L ' H4 A , I VV.VV, 0 l1l15'6d V M ast week on It e 'Ill 1fJOll1dIQJg,S'llCgT as C0306-S1 S the C' Q 1 ,fL,,bof uri? , - , 1 61722311-IIIJIQ ff 121 San Uikgq V5 ,, M,, se121eSfe1' near! ,Qc . 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Leftand Rlght 1 1 1 i ,S, dent ,V ,0yngDemocratsf , I E 1 ' 1 1 1 111 1 1 1 1 JDSEPH A.IQOFTUs spi51az q5f3am1m,, S 1 1 wa'-fmmallyv me hui '- ltr ' 'S Job? PgmxSy11l 211113 S'1'1Wlrf2gf- 1 X Peace mms Teachers V I iiuiiurwszzs tuwnsiiir MH SCHUUL xisx T T iiiimiiimilusla ll c lw i isiii I - it hc T . , a- 1' Ti i A E Xt l l BUILDING PLANS MATERIALIZE. These plans for the new addition to Muhlenberg were released in early December, 1963. 3 Board Cf Education And Authority Form School's Chairman: MR. LESTER KAUFFMAN This year, Muhlenberg's Board ot Edu- cation molded all the necessary "bricks ot planning" tor the new school. They managed and supervised each vital deci- sion which included awarding contracts to construction companies, and deciding the arrangement and design of the new addition. However, this was not their only task. Though very seldom recognized or con- if gratulated for their ettorts, the board maintained a direct control over all school ' functions and policies. The Muhlenberg Township Authority advised concerning the financial matters for the school district. 5 3. 2 i i l AUTHORITY BOARD MEETS: Mr. Arthur C. Meliclc, vice-chairman, explains a bill during an Authority Board l meeting. From lett to right the members are: Mr. W. Lauer Huyett, Mr. Daniel Rcthermel, solicitorg Mr. Harold A. Stoudt, secretary, and Mr. John D. Fox, treasurer. I8 A Devoted Pillar Ot Strength Passes 1 WHEREAS it hs le d Almi ht God in His infinite E , a p ase Q y i , wisdom to take from our midst the soul of our beloved friend i and long time associate Mr, Matthew A. Rohrbocher, and l WHEREAS, Mr. Rohrbacher was a member of the School lt Board of Muhlenberg Township for eight years H955-l964lt l ' l and served os Vice President, President, and Treasurer, and ' WHEREAS, he was held in high esteem in Muhlenberg Township and Berks County as a respected businessman for many years, yet he gave unstintingly of his time and efforts X to promote and support any activity which might make his community a better place in which to live. He spent many dedicated years in the service of his community, especially in the interests af the youth of the township. THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that we hereby express our appreciation for his faithfulness and devotion to the work of the schools and his untiring efforts toward community improvement, and that we convey, through this resolution, our deepest sympathy to his widow and children who survive 0 I him, and that this resolution be made a permanent record in the minutes of the Muhlenberg Township School System and that o copy be sent to the Pennsylvania School Directors Association. -Passed by the School Board Feb, l2, T964 .ef '-N XM PRESIDENT EXERCISES AUTHORITY. During a school board meeting the members listen while Mr. Rohrbacher, president, lstanding at tablet discusses some material. From left to right are: Mrs. Thompson, Mr. Phillips, Mr. Schaeffer, Mr. Rohrbacher, Mr, Daniel Rothermel, solicitor: Mr. Leo A. DeSantis Cstandingj, Mr. George F. Adam, Mr. Robert Stapleton, and Dr. John W. Khouri, superintendent. , Secretary: Vice President: Treasurer: MR. GERALD D. MRS. MARY A. MR. JOHN L. ' SCHAEFFER THOMPSON PHILLIPS MR. MATTHEW A. ROHRBACHER President: MR. BERNHARD .l ROHRBACHER JR. H, 1: NEW DAY BEGINS. Af the start of each new day new problems seep into his work. 0 NEW POSITION FILLED. Mr. Robert Shipe was appointed to fill The new position of Adminisiraiive Assisfant. I i I 4 Schools ASSISTANT AIDS SUPERINTENDENT, Mr. Shipe points out a questionable par? in a contract. T l TAre l qw ., .F . un' By accepTing The TiTle of SuperinTendenT of Schools, a greaT deal of responsibility was placed upon The shoulders of Dr. John W. Khouri. We, The sTudenTs of Muhlenberg, have been forTunaTe To have a man such as Dr. Khouri, a man who realizes The requirernenTs of his iob and who fulfills These requiremenTs wiTh experT undersTanding, as our guiding lighT. Supervised By Dr. Khouri Aiding This qualified individual is Mr. RoberT D. Shipe, who also seTs high ideals for his goal. Mr. Shipe, formerly principal of C. E. Cole Junior High School, possesses a sTrong educaTional background for confrolling The demands of his new posiTion as Ad- minisTraTive AssisTanT. CONCENTRATION IS NECESSARY. During a Telephone conversation Dr. Khouri finds iT compulsory To Think for a moment. LIGHTER MOMENTS ENJOYED. Dr. KhoUri's enlire day is not all hard work and many of his phone calls add humor To The day's work. SECRETARY FILES REPORTS. Being secretary to Dr. Khouri is a busy io-b, but Mrs. Clara Oxenreider Tackles her work with a greaT amount of efficiency. 2I M.T.H.S. Benefits Determination and a set goal were among the many things which enabled Mr. Kermit H. Schmehl to achieve the position ot high school principal. Unknovvingly ex- ercising his high ideals ot cooperation, honesty, and efficiency, he has set leadership examples and raised Muhlenberg's standards. Mr. Schmehl earned the posi- tion he presently holds by obtaining a Ph.B. at Muhlen- berg College and an NLS. from the University of Penn- sylvania. Although an assistant principal position was not established for the 1963-64 term, Mr. Schmehl did rely on his secretary, Mrs. Ethel Shaner, for all of his clerical work. From Ideals Of . . . CALLS ARE FREQUENT. Frequent telephone conversations are a vital part of his day's work. FILING NEEDS ATTENTION. Sometimes due to a very busy schedule papers are not immediately filed. wwf , W V ,.., , me .ii , . eswst Maisie SECRETARY HELPS PRINCIPAL. Mrs. Ethel Shaner observes as Mr. Schmehl poinfs out some changes he would like her To make. TIDINESS IS NECESSARY, Mr. Schmehl clears his desk while awaiting The arrival ofa business acquaintance. Mr. Kermit Schmehl A. PRINCIPAL SCANS NlAll.. Mr. Kermit Schmehl glances through a stack of mail. 23 . f .wxw-Wff' Ji- I E2 Ri, gif I MRS. MINNIE DUNKLE MRS. GLADYS EVANS N ,. , V,,..,, . V T ., I x L gf.. 5 , .. WK W - -- ',-- M .,mfgi"1 7:" elf' I MRS. CAROL OWEN MRS. THELMA ROWLES MRS. DOROTHY SHULTZ .. 'Eg..,5f1f5iit2f'?fSQ jilii. f S' 1 I'ffii9"i5':9iiX:.i9if9Ffg. 'S A V L . .. , Q i. :gi . ' istg-qw n if , 3 :L 'IL' '. :fi V' If . ' i I. . . ey h'.Vk "": 1125 fig? I SS .. E R'2RR ERA MRS. MIRIAM HERB MRS. HELEN RAPP MRS. LOUISE SMITH PHYSICAL EXAMINATION GIVEN. A student is examined by the school doctor, Dr. Jack E. Cox. Administrative Aides . . . NURSE HALTS PAIN! Mrs. Grace L. W Hogue is about To use an antiseptic I on an open cut to kill The germs. 3 I I Maintain A Functioning School "To funcTion properly a body rnusT funcTion cornpleTely. If jusT one parT is noT working, The whole consTrUcTion may collapse." CAFETERIA SERVES YOUNG- STERS. Unknown To many sTU- denTs, The cafeferia not only serves Them but also The grade school children who aT- Tend Rosedale. Many people do noT realize That if The cafeTeria sTaTf, The bus drivers and The school nurse and docTor would fail To do Their iobs, our school would suffer greatly, and so we saluTe you, adminisTraTive aides! l MR. SAMUEL LEINBACH MR. ROBERT AMMARELL MR. FRANKLIN WERTZ wg FGWSWT VEQ251 sl M., af gg, L sg-A .. fij: - -1 - g..jE?,M1 ...T-...rg--,. '- - .,,gss:?g?2iTi.afZE,ie:el..,- i' 2 f M -. V . - - '- . .,,, , V .j,,--5 , 1- - , fi "' MR. CHARLES GASSERT MR. EDWARD L. BURKHART MR. DONALD LONG MR. ALVIN DUNKELBERGER 25 eg g Q Eff? if-5' if MRS MR HERBERT STARKE MR MEAS MCKNABB MR BENEVILLE DIDYOUNG Janlfors' Tasks Do Not Pass By Unrecognized MR FLOYD HENNE MR. HARRY DOWLING MR FREDERICK SCHLEGEI. w ...ss W MRS. HELEN CLAY Mies. ROSEMARY sPoHN MRS. CLARA OXENREIDER Clerical Work Plus Service In Various F MR. RAYMOND ENDY Attendance Officer Completing the strong background of education and learning, the secretarial staff and the custodians worked, so that the students would have the proper assist- ance and support while in school. Aside from their many clerical and secretarial duties, the secretaries took care of student communications with the administration, the publi- cation of the daily bulletin, admitting tardy students, and managing the lost and found department. ields The custodians set the stage for all school activity. Assuring everyone of a tidy classroom when he walked into it in the morning and maintaining and looking af- ter the heating, lighting, and other facilities were their chief assignments. They were never too busy, however, for a smile or a friendly word to a passing student. With the current affairs of the day, the contributions and assistance of these de- voted persons often went by unmentioned, but certainly not unrecognized. 27 WW NE- IQCEA, Us r uw cnnstrm lk DW!! 524' ff4'fs4 Y w The -...... Vnl BFM Knowledge of Today . . . GRAMMAR PRECEDES LITERATURE. Before challenging her students with Chaucer and Hamlet, Mrs. Mildred Bodolsky explains the fundamental techniques of grammar. RESEARCH PAPER EXPLAINED. Miss Olive Tennant gives instructions on how to write and footnote a research paper. COMPOSITIONS R E Q U I R E PREPARATION. While explain' ing the topic required for the compositions, Mr. William Abramowicz also brings in the importance of being schooled in different fields of English. ...Fo FACULTY DIRECTORY at i ifiatiwm .. . . Mr. William E. Abramowicz: B.A.-St. Charles Seminary, M.A.- ii s Ni Lehigh University, English,Student Council Adviser. 5 Z . ' 5 Vg. Mrs. Mildred M. Bodolsky: B.S.-West Chester State College, if-ig. 4. Graduate Work-University of Pennsylvania, English, World ' Literature, Commencement, Honor Society. ' Mrs. Marilyn E. Demaree: B.S.-Kutztown State College, English. S Mrs. Annette K. Marth: B.A.-Albright College, Graduate Work- fii University of Mexico and Temple University, Spanish I and II, German I and II. Miss Olive Tennant, B.S.-East Stroudsburg State College, Graduate Work-Columbia University, Lehigh University, English. Mrs. Mariorie L. Wagner: B.A.-Albright College, Graduate Work- Pennsylvania State University, Latin. Mr. Wilbert H. Wollenhaupt: A.B.-Albright College, Graduate Work-Kutztown State College, NDEA Summer Language Insti- tute-Albright College, German. Mr. Glenn H. Woods, B.A.-Lebanon Valley College, M.Ed.-Temple University, English, Journalism, Observer, Muhltohi, Jr. Class Play. 30 H115 LITERATURE CHALLENGES STUDENTS. While studying Mac-- beth and Emperor Jones, Mr. Glenn H. Woods stresses' the importance of concentration. Preparing for The world of Tomorrow, The Teachers of The English and language deparTrnenTs sTrive To equip Their sTudenTs wiTh The viTal knowledge of how To clearly express Themselves and To undersfand and appreciaTe The oTher peoples and culfures of The world. All This was accomplished Through inTense sfudy of English, iournalisrn, and liTeraTure, a fine background of The classical languages, and The probe inTo The conversaTion, cusToms, and lives of The German and Spanish speaking counTries. Learning from his misfakes and acquiring The vasT knowledge of These carefully planned and execuTed sfudies, The sTudenT can feel free To go ouT inTo The world and add his link To The never ending chain of progress and developrnenT. ENGLlSH TEACHER EXPLAlNS. Mrs. De- maree pauses To Smile loefween explana- Tioins. Success Of Tomorrow TWO LANGUAGES TAUGHT. While ex- plaining coniugaTions, Mrs. Annetfe Marth poir-iTs out The difficult spots. GERMAN INSTRUCTOR ADVlSES. Mr. Wile berf Wollenhaupt corrects a misTake made by one of his sTudenTs. CLASSIC LANGUAGE STUDIED. Mrs. Mar- iorie Wagner poinTs ouT To her pupils The different genders of some verbs. Logical Thinking and exactness in measurements were the results of the science and art classes at M.T.H.S. Because science is an ever-changing subject, as a result of new theories and laws, academic students who probe into the depths of the science world have to adapt themselves to the idea that what they are studying presently might be entirely disproved in the near future. Students taking home economics or industrial arts have a chance to experiment in these fields and see if they would prefer to continue in this line after they graduate. As a result of this early preparation, hidden interests or talents may be developed and provide the student with the necessary qualities needed for a happy and full life. Courses Bring . . . PERFECTION lS REQUIRED. Mr. Quentin R. Keath stresses to his mechanical drawing classes how im- FACULTY DIRECTORY Miss Dorothy J. Boyer, B.S.-Cedar Crest College, Graduate VVorkwDrexel Institute of Technology, Foods, Clothing, Commencement, Fashion Show. Mr. Myron F. Boyer: B.S.-Kutztown State College, Graduate Work-Temple University, Pennsylvania State University, Biology, F.S.A. Club. Mr. Robert F. Bukowski: B.S.-Millersville State Col- lege, Wood Shop, Graphics Shop, Leather Shop, Ceramics Shop, Muhlenberg Cycle Association. Mr. Quentin R. Keath: B.S.-Millersville State College, M.Ed.-Pennsylvania State University, Mechanical Drawing, Maiorettes, Custodian of Athletic Equip- ment, Chairman of High School Executive Com- mittee, President of P.S.E.A., Head of Industrial Arts Dept. Mr. Olin R. Marth: B.S.-Millersville State College, Metal Shop, Electrical Shop, Stage Crew, Tennis, Director of Civil Defense. Mr. Ronald L. Rhode, B.S.-Kutztown State College, Art, Stage Craft Club. Mr. Matthan Sell: B.S.-Kutztown State College, M.S.- Temple University, Graduate Work-Pennsylvania State University, Biology, General Science. Mr. Claude A. Spancalce: B.S., Graduate Worlc-Penn- sylvania State University, M.Ed. and Science Edu- cation-Temple University, Chemistry, Physics, Hi- Y, Hall Patrol, Head of Science Dept. Mr. Robert N. ,Sticl4les: B.S.-Albright College, Grad- uate Work-Kutztown State College, Biology, Physics, Chemistry. Mr. Joseph Butz: B.S. and M.Ed.-Bloomsburg State College, Business Math, Business Law and Econom- ics, F.B.L.A. Sponsor. Mr. Donald N. Delp: B.A.-East Stroudsburg State Col- lege, M.Ed.-Temple University, Health, Physical Edu- cation, Adult Education, Boys' Intramural Sports Director, Boys' Bowling Club, Head of Health and Physical Education Dept. 32 portant iust a fraction of an in-ch is in a blueprint. l l i i l l SCIENCE DEVELOPS MINDS. Mr. Myron F. Boyer is explaining to Mr. Robert N. Stickles and Mr. Matthan Sell the tactics he used while instructing his biology classes on the eye. l . . . Students' Hidden Talents r gi HOME ECONOMICS PREPARES. While prepar- ing her students for future life, Miss Dorothy J. Boyer supervises one of her cooking classes. MUHLENBERG EQUIPS TEACHERS. Mr. Robert F. Bukowski and Mr. Olin R. Marth take a breather from their industrial arts classes and discuss a piece of equipment. PHYSICS REQUIRES EXPLANATIONS. Involved in a group explanation, Mr. Claude Spancake clarifies a question asked by one cf his students. To The Surface ART BUILDS CREATIVENESS. Mr. Ronald L. Rhode explains to his art students that the head must be in proportion to the rest of the drawing in order to look real. KNOWLEDGE CONQUERS ALL. Possessing brawn is not enough, stresses Mrs. Frances Rank, an education is also very necessary. TYPING IMPORTANCE INCREASES. While Typing with his first year pupils, Mr. Lawrence L. Imboden demands their full at- tention. FACULTY D I RECTO RY Miss Mary Jane Delp: B.S.-West Chester State College, Health, Physical Education, Girls' Hockey, Girls' Basketball, G.A.A. Club, Intramural Sports Director, Girls' Bowling Club. Mr. Donald L. Fettermanz B.S.-Ursinus College, Graduate Work- Temple University, Driver Training, Director of Athletics. Mr. Henry F. Hoffman, Jr.: B.S.-Lebanon Valley College, Grad- uate Work-Conservatory of Music, University of Pennsyl- vania, Instrumental Music, Blue Band, Show Band, Muhl Revue, Cheerleaders. Miss Alta H. Horton: B.S.eMansfield State College, Vocal Music, Muhlaires, Muhleteers, Mixed Chorus, Head of Music Dept. Mr. Lawrence L. Imboden: B.S.-Beckley College, Graduate Work -Bloomsburg State College, Typewriting I and II, Work Exper- ISFICS. Miss Thelma L. Knauss: B.S.-Bloomsburg State College, Short- hand I and II, Office Practice, Observer Advertising, Circula- tion Adviser. Mrs. Lois E. Metzger: B.S.-Bloomsburg State College, Book- keeping I and Il, Shorthand I, Record Keeping, General Busi- ness, Bookkeeping Club. Mrs. Frances A. Rank: A.B.-Hood College, M.Ed.-Harvard Uni- versity, Guidance Director, Public School Psychologist, Y- Teens, F.T.A., Head of Guidance Department. Mr. David A. Walls: B.S.-East Stroudsburg State College, Health, Physical Education, Bowling Club. Mrs. Mary Jo M. Winings: B.S.-Kutztown State College, Grad- uate Work-Pennsylvania State University, Librarian, Library Club, Audio-visual Aids. 34 Varied Courses . . . SHORTI-'IAND SPEED GROWS. Miss Thelma L. Knauss points out different shortened forms used in shorthand. BUSINESS DEPARTMENT FUNCTIONS. Mrs. Lois E, Metzger and Mr. Joseph R. Butz give their assistance to a student. To make a mark in the world today, a person must be well versed in many fields. The knowledge lwhich he retains in his mind must range from the information neces- sary for his career to the varied lactivities he will pursue. I To send us into the world pre- pared to accept these oncoming responsibilities the teachers of Muhlenberg train our bodies so that we will be able to handle the knowledge presented to US, HEALTH EDUCATION STRESSED. Mr. David A. Walls explains the skeleton system to his health classes, ENGINE PROVES INTERESTING. Mechanical knowledge IS GYM IMPROVES STATURE. By exchanging ideas, Miss expressed by Mr. Donald L. Fetterman as he explains the Mary Jane Delp and Mr. Donald N. Delp feel that they fundamentals ofthe engine. will be able to improve the physical stature of their ' gym students. Contribute Heavily To Development Q. L x it K 5 ' " V, . l t p if . '. . . i f 7 if Zi- , , g,. . , E - .. , . 4' ? . I , I if if i I i I Music DEPARTMENT CHALLENGES. Miss Alta H. Hanan and Mr. Henry E. Hoffman, i QUIETNESS IS MAINTAINED. NO, only does Jr. examine a score of music which will be used during the competition for Show Mrs. Mary Jo Winings stack books, but she also Band POSITION- helps the students with their research work. 35 Sound reasoning and a Thorough knowledge of life and its problems were the outcome of the mathematics and social studies classes at Muhlenberg. Not only was the past reviewed but current affairs such as the Cuban situation, space exploration, and The Ken- nedy Tragedy were explored and discussed in detail by The history student and his teacher. In The mathematics department The main challenge with which The student was faced was being able to Think and reason for himself. With This priceless accomplishment The student was equipped to step into The complex world of Tomorrow with confidence. Learning from The mistakes of his ancestors and apply- ing his own Thoughts, he is now able to overcome his problems. Mathematics And Social Studies ORY COURSES EXPAND. Mr. Leroy K, Seip c so ver im or an. HIST explains that in a history course current events Develop Thought r F' ' O O O l GROUP EXPLANATIONS AID. By combining their l thoughts, Mrs. Bonnie B. Price, Mr. Natale DeLuca, ' , . and Mr. Robert Lauser figure that they will be able To present a better explanation of history. L FACULTY DlRECTORY Mr. Natale DeLuca: B.A.-Albright College, Graduate Work-Temple University, World Cultures, Social Studies, Debating Club. Mr. Robert Lauser: B.S.-Kutztown State College, U. S. History. Mr. Robert M. Knouse, B.S.-Albright College, Algebra ll, Cross Country. Mr. Glenn O. Miller: B.S.-West Chester State College, Graduate Work-Temple University and University of Pennsylvania, Algebra I, General Mathematics, Track Coach, Field Coach. J Mrs. Bonnie B. Price: A.B.-Albright College, English, Social Studies, U.N. Club Adviser. Mr. Carl W. Richie, B.S.-Bloomsburg State College, M.S.-Temple University, Trigonometry, Plane Geometry, Varsity Club. Mr. Leroy K. Seip: B.S.-Kutztown State College, M.A.fLehigh University, Civics, U. S. History. Mr. Harold Stefl, BS.-Bucknell University, M.Ed.-Temple University, Plane Ge- ometry, Trigonometry, Guidance. Mr. L. Ray Weitzelz B.S.-Albright College, M.A.-University of Illinois, Graduate Work-University of California, Kutztown State College, Temple University, University of Colorado, U. S. History, World Culture, Debating, Model U.N. Mr. Robert L. Wolfe: B.S.-Kutztown State College, Graduate Work-University of Pennsylvania, P.O.D., World Culture, U.N. Club. 36 W i POD COMPLEMENTS ECONOMICS. Mr. Robert L. Wolfe concludes a discussion on the Constitution by explaining that all ' U. S. courts originate from this "law of The land." i l l EXPLANATIONS BENEFIT PUPILS. Mr. Glenn O. Miller presents the steps necessary to correctly complete an al- gebra problem. GEOMETRY PUZZLES STUDENTS. Going over some difficult problems, Mr. Carl W. Richie points out wbere most of the students are making their mistakes. Solve Current Problems TWO ARE BETTER. Mr. Robert M. Knouse and Mr. Harold Stefl combine their talents to figure out an advanced problem involving algebra and trigonornefry. WORLD CULTURE ADDS. "Possessing a knowl- edge of world culture," remarks Mr. L. Ray Weitzel, "is not only a necessity for passing this course but also aids in everyday life," 1, 3 spigimf 1w,,' V 'wff-ha m , N 1 'bxm ' ' ' 15 wa! , B in ' 0 cK:RAD1o v YO em A 'F B ,, 'IS 'S V 1,53-QW 314.17 Marge Jake ro gf sang . . , mc! wha1r c:afi go Wrbng? gtomazic control mal-:cs it ,ppssfblc 1: wiser: um sumthin ' D g mum. Smarrly styled NZQIQ s rw MB E Q Fg W2 "Jn Q 4 ,un 'uf 1 5 1.3. + B BAG Fi 1 ' ,,,, Y 5 E QE-R I L . W LQW meg N 4 ,Q AIQSNGL M I IP Q5 Mm ' 49,9 mm, , I it i C 11 f - f we sam Egsiaboul I Ormallon www Hindi!! ,W 'guxxxazm aim: fl? N ,. f wall: " ,,,.,,,,', Q,,wH?g,y.lWifQw ' an , , H o1l1Qr,1c.S,f . , yi ar! W, 3 1 MCU f , Tamb ul f Oulu! 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We, the 1964 class of Muhlenberg Township High School, will always remember the host of friendships and the numer- ous school and class activities which were experienced during our six years of secondary schooling. Now that we are drifting away from the idea of using our superiors as crutches, we endured many tasks and found ourselves facing the great number of heterogeneous decisions. As you continue through the following pages of this sec- tion, see if you recall the named events. I .i ' Ewa-LD! 5 in me mana ba ' i xg Q I QW gfffft' 513 ffiiilif ' ,J v ,K ffifxif, 5 " liz. Z EJ i - ' 'iii .2 . K , Q3 Ulallkj Caihhwp Gao-pwyz Gathered Together In The Fall Cf '58 ,XAJFLWMJ Judah Aimlwz CIA KELLER PUTS h ime to M5217 Q55 62:13 42 awww A9 a,J,1,f-1, p For The First Time JMWMAJ Cf.!2.0xrw..aJ2.j my v ce OM! ASQAJ-44, Ima Aw 5322 hmm: M CAROL GEHRKE TAKES change of pace. time o fem 5 ie, SRXSLQM, .za 7-amd l sfffwiw effigy SLIDE RULES WERE used fre- quently by trig students includ- ing Carol Davis. cfzagx . . . Chose To White . . . ln September of 1958, the members ofthe 1964 graduating class found themselves meeting the new faces of their fel- low classmates. Seventh grade was a new experience for all. We no longer had re- cess, lunch period loe- came shorter, and the changing of classes be- came a part of our every- day school life. CQDMO 1257 Zflfbwlwq WOWWQ Wear Black And Ah, eighth grade, no longer were we the un- derdogs. The time for our first big important deci- sion arose. We selected the course that would prepare us for future goals. After a long two year climb we reached ninth grade. Now the "top brass," we were on our way to achieving our ul- timate goal-graduation. VM? u ,Jn m Z2'3.Z"' UMWQJ MM fefulmwfm zlffho TIME and David Graeff enioys The brea during ihe day. . . . Picked A Red Ancl White AM5',f.gT6u. 3,1720-A im ffffflibi ,6 Uwwc, IT APPEARS THAT Robe-r1SacheHa is having a hard time proving his point. arncation As The Class Flower . . . A9:,,4,,-12 WMM sl-ff-Mg'!Q yfwwz gqjfmwvavg Www Jah! Qfwfw Vwckw dlililffwf KW . . . Carried Out Its Activities With A MembQ ,Zak f7ff,a,M4,,-X ' OLIVIA CAMILU AND William Boyer, back ground, concentrate n Hamlet, w h i l e 48 hip Of iss Dewalt pur- a change of Wife Jw M fum Once again the underdog but this time as sophomores at the high school, we again adapted ourselves to a different rou- tine. First of many new experiences was the first class meeting. Nominations for class officers resulted with Robert Snyder, president, John Zuckowski, vice president, Linda Brown, sec- retary, Linda Yakimo, treasurer, and lngus Salks, historian. The "5oph Hop," our first class project, was held in March and in May we received our traditional class hats in our class colors, black and white. 745 2454322 Yflpiwfw MMM 49 WMA!! M4 www-A 85253 . . . Starred In "The Dinner" . . . 50902 C- NQAJKQJIJ 'WM Nba ver a problem. 91mef,f,e,....1.,4 Wxwwwmwu WPZLWQLQQ WMM WW' Man Who Came To 63+.w.4L.Q My Zfwvfwyxw RRWL Hmm Hmisciiub WML ii ir? ii an gc ,,-,f 244.4 CATHLEEN BROWN TAKES out her wallet to glance at senior pictures. . . . Acquired In September of 1962, we reached the second to last part of the long clirnb. As juniors, we found election was neith- er a new nor a hard task. Incumbent officers were elected for another year. During this school year we obtained and proud- ly wore class sweaters, iackets and pins. l -16' Class Rings As Seniors . . . On March 22 and 23, l963, "The Man Who Came To Dinner" under the direction of Mr. E. A. Eftinger was pre- sented in The high school audilorium. To climax The year, The Junior-Senior Prom was held on June l3, 1963, at The Reading Country Club and attended by many iuniors. Kwik' Same N l iffL2,j1 Jim ffmfm, efmji CYNTHIA SPOHN PREPARES a homework assignmem. . . . Presented "The Late Christopher WW m Em i ROBERT STORM REALIZES that precision is The keynote To perfection. Bean" With Enthusiasm Dale Swv- 5f5Z5f"' SWIM BMW Haw!! -Q.,Q.,3C 4455441 9QhX'XK'J QAJOAJLUKJ d TQBXKS LLPJJL 1644440 M6-J' PM My . . . Attended Baccalaureate Services Sunday, Mayf i w W1 aJl"d"L-'-0-d RICHARD BAHNER! MAKES good use of? free time in class fo! 56 l bo . 'RMy AT last we were seniors and from the first To The last day of our big year, we encountered many new and old chal- lenges, The year started by our selling publication Tickets. Then fol- lowed The class play, "The Late Christopher Bean," held on November 15-16, 1963. On May 22, 1964, We journeyed to Washington, D.C. for our class trip and on May 14, 1964 we observed the glory of "class day." 31,1964... HS Of hs 0 T. T 1" T e ih in i h me- k. Ukxr Mg? dkaf f-z6dver 55:7 ,M Kff-517K 70am Wmbgy llfllw QAM Alasce Lutheran Church was The site of our baccalaureate serv- ice, May 31, 1964, and on the big day, June 4, 1964, we as- sembled tcgether for the last time. Tears of happiness were shed Throughout the program and thoughts fluctuated through each and every mind. Yes, we will remember our Muhlenberg days and friend- ships, too. -The Class Of 1964 . . . Was Graduated From Thursday, June 4, 1964. l l l Class Colors Black and White l f ' - 1 A , X 1 R ff ff 1 I 1 1 X I 42 x , 5 , xx CLASS ADVISERS. SITTING, Mr. Ronald R. Rhode, Mrs. Mildred M. Bodolskyg Mr. William E. Abram- owiczp Miss Dorothy J. Boyer, standing, Mr. Robert Lauser, Mr. Wilbert H. Wollenhaupt, Mr. Robert M. Knouse. 58 The Times Change And We Change With Them. l'LfYN fl l -Class Motto gf X LN P , """" X N I f T 'C'X?,is,fr ' 3 yx I-T 3 7 9,13 ? - H fi SX fe 7 l .K .fi Z 2 l f WX f his 'Hg ll Q5 X-X ,' 9+ f f .Q x fffff r J f xx ffff X X v y .IZ fi? - A-TE, T ' W an-,, l X xx -S xl - " ffl ri gid, lf!!! fav? Fl? 9 l H., I 'J Af X ry if vm X-Ak-f MQTUHQSUI ' 1 fy l l 1 XJ , yg l 'J'-l l f l X r -Class Flower l lf. I White Carnation 1 - ' Fe. Ax -C Streakecl Wirh Red N""i'x-M""LK-4" 1 l X x 'X VV 'J , A XX L is-wglv 'ly VX fill yuyhl Nl lx x 'f2jf,, N me ll Meg X A l fxi ,nfl A T V X ,Z , X l WV , , f rl ,yr if af W An T fflimffs if ? gk ff! ff fi W A '41 A1 If flfk I 1 f ffff' V A f f ,ff , T y PM C ff T fr f , f f 7 41 ' up , " ff' yr 7 ,f 1 CLASS OFFICERS: Treasurer, Linda Yakimop secretary, L d B p d 1 Timothy Braun. DASHING OFF A picture of Filomena Roclino Cseatedh and Carol Davis is George Ettele. LINDA YAKIMO RECALLS memories-of the late Christopher Bean. S1 A, ' f X' ' .jigtfei ,gff WITH ALL ON be revealed. GERALD BONANNO ATTEMPTS to buy Abby's lLinda Yakimol por- DARRYL CONNER INVOKES the family blessing. W l l i l l trait. 60 CAST Abby ,,,, ,,,,, Dr. Haggeft L ,, Mrs. Haggeft , Susan Haggett .. Ada Haggett ,, Maxwell Davenport L Rosen. . ,, Tallent .s..s., . ,L Warren Creamer ...s, , Linda Yakirno Darryl Conner ,L Karal Boyer Filomena Rodino , ,,,.. Carol Davis John Hart Gerald Bonanno Richard Bahner George Ettele l l . l l PONDERING OVER THE morning's incidents is Darryl Conner. Senior Performers Present stage,the'rema1ning paintings are about to Nine seniors made up the cast tor the senior class play, "The Late Christopher Bean." Under the direction ot Mr. Thomas Teretenko and Cynthia Spohn, student director, the play was presented on November T5 and lo, 1963. The play was based on sudden valued paintings by the late Christopher Bean which were lett to Dr, l-laggett and Abby, maid of the I-laggett household. Because these paintings were the only ones in existence, two swindlers, Rosen and Tallent, attempted to take the paint- ings. With the climax coming near, it was discovered that Abby was the widow of Christopher Bean and in turn re- ceived all the paintings and a treasured possession, a por- trait of herself painted by her late husband. Cmiddlej. if 77 The Late Christopher Bean PROMPTERS: ELVIRA GOGLIUZZA Cleftj, Judith Dresher Crightj, and Cynthia Spohn, student director LINDA YAKIMO RECEIVES comforting words from Darryl Conner. JOHN HART TRIES to cutsmart Gerald Bonanno, 6l MARCIA ELLINGS- WORTH PUTS fin- ishing Touches on her dance. Assembly Reveals History In Humor M.C.'S FOR THE senior assembly were John Hart, Top, and Scot? Meyer, bottom. On May 14, l964, seniors presented Their final assembly program. Based on The class hisTory, The program was composed of the prese-nTaTion of per- sonal awards, flash backs, senior Mixed Chorus mem- bers, color guard, senior cheerleaders and maioreTtes, and re-enacTmenTs of scenes from boTh- class plays. M.C.'s for The occasion were John HarT and Scott Meyer. To climax The program, cheerleaders and maioretTes ioined Together To do a special cheer for The seniors which was followed by assembly cast members' filing onTo The stage to sing The Alma MaTer as a farewell. l CAST OF THE Junior Class Play re-enact a scene from "The Man Who Came To Dinner." PERFORMING FOR THE last time at M.T.H.S. are the Manhattans, rlghf. , T .Zf AssEMBLY cAsr sAYs farewell by singing Alma 5... . Mater. ' And Sadness 'Q -,IEU . :J Meyer l ROBERT HAFER IS shown with Robert Griesemer, left, as being the most suspended during the year. ENGLISH AWARD is pre- to Terry Rohrbacher by SENIOR MEMBERS OF Mixed Chorus sing special songs during assembly. SAYING A LAST farewell are Holly Knepp and all her little friends. BARRY IRWIN DRIVES on stage to receive his safe driving award. H WHITE HOUSE Perma. Ave, and I6tIi St., N.W. JEFFERSON MEMORIAL W.ofI4tI1 near I4tI1 St. Bridge, 5.W. ,H ,ji I I :ii .QS E2 ii , i V- W, it ,.,. , i,,.,, 2 ' I 2 ' 1 ,W,. ,W ,., J ik Md ,E,E S I , ,, EE , , E , gi--it AEVA M'II"Iiii-W EEEEEE ..,f,1a',iauIii.I'IIff1.,, ,. , .L ' 1f'1vf- 'f'-ff """' LINCOLN MEMORIAL Constitution Ave. and 23rd St. WASHINGTON MONUMENT I5tI1 and Constitution Ave, CAPITOL Avi TOMB OF THE UNKNOWN SOLDIER Arlington Nat'l Cemetery GRAVE OF PRESIDENT JOHN F. KENNEDY Arlington National Cemete Grave Site Of Late President Kennedy Becomes Highlight Of Trip 5 I VY CLASS PRESIDENT TIMO- THY Braun placed This wreath at the grave of the late President in a cere- mony held on the class trip. MR. KERMlT SCHMEHL, principal, observes seniors lining up for the processional. THE REVEREND MARK K. Trexler reads The lessons for The evening. uk,Y sees .33 ff I DOROTHY SKROCKI AND Janice Gricoskie relax before enrering church. vi K 31 Y FACULTY MEMBERS, MR. Glenn H. Woods, Miss Thelma Knauss and Mrs. Bonnie Price chat while director Mrs, Mildred Bodolsky gets seniors into line. MARYTON WAsHxNc'roN GLADDEN, 1880 L. M. HENRY Peacv SMITH. 1374 Q In moderafe time 223 i j i ',-' 1 F 5 J i ll 4 1 1 2 EE : 3 ' 1. O Mas - ter, let me walk with Thee In low - ly fig ,f,r 66 1 I LINDA KITCHENS VISITS friends and relatives. "'?"' RICHARD REESER, BARRY Irwin, Stanley Trout, Dale and Dean Stoltz- 'Fus leave church after service. SENIORS DOROTHY SKROCKI and Eileen Nardo loin in the singing of "Joyful, Joyful We Adore Thee." FRIENDS AND RELATIVES help to make the 700 member group which gathered to worship. em of 3 tiff.: 'I' f- Wie? K f I-I n f ff 'f Jffli' ,-if C M, 8 , Y I re' - l iz Baccalaureate ervice May 31, 1964 , r z o ..... . I W If C I L h h l U Va ry U erqn Urc i 4 I ve, fi x 1 E f , I, .., 'Z :tw "' " ":rf:f5:k+ I., fi? i-'I T f gf I ffsbf i 1 L t U Ure U 9 I H I --i Q - I ik k k w k , ,Ja J,,,t, !y ig ft by Q.. .A ,If -I Y' T wyfsmm: .M-wwe '-l"f"W "' '-'Q V.. fn digg. . - ru M...-.......,....N.,,w,X,i .tn ,.,,w.,,-..f.-.wqnf yy , , bfi - 9 , em , atm .I . 'Vg- H' - f :ig:.b,-if ,- 4 .- I , ,f ifify 'I I -- 'I A-P -'1 , 4- ,ri r ' 6 il ' L ' ' ' TW S 'ef fy , , ,Mia rwwm -1,1 I K- -' V . .r .. . sn .., '15 , L 'KX' x gg 5 l ,, .R . M.. , A .I M Q ' 4 f' .J 4 5 Q ,se THE REVEREND MERRILL R. Marisseau delivers sermon, "Walk with God." 67 Reading High School Scene Of Commencement - June 4, 1964 - JUDITH LEISEY ADJUSTS a classma1e's cap iusf before the seniors march into auditorium. SAl.UTATORlAN DARRYL CONNER Slresses point during his address to audience. SENIORS GET INTO line in lobby of Reading High School. SHARON KRAMER THINKS Of past years. SALUTATORIAN McLaughlin fellow classmates OLIVIA CAMILLI seems pleased at the Thought of receiving her dlplo ma. called to sfage. MR. JOHN C. METCALFE, Chicago iournalisf, ad- dresses seniors on "The World We Face." BERNHARD ROHRBACHER AWARDS Carol her diploma. VALEDICTORIAN BARRY HUM- BERT encourages his audience To CAROL MABRY WAITS To be face life realistically. DR. JOHN W. KHOURI advises the class. SCOTT MEYER PLAYS his sax forthe last time with Blue Band, left. MR. KERMIT SCHMEHL presents awards To class. 69 Throughout The Year Honors Are Best LINDA YAKIMO PROUDLY pins beaming Janet Moyer with her Honor Society pin. MEMBERS FOR SOCI- ETY of Academic Achievement pose on front steps. V Req.. K , ed Upon Outstanding Students l MEMBERS OF MUHLENBERC-HS Honor Soci- ety for 19611. VALEDICTORIAN OF Class of 1964. l SPEAKER FOR THE Honor Society assembly was the Rev. Charles Fair. ENTRANCED BY HONOR Society induction is Donna Schmehl. 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Qitgrf - Q Esc David Larry Judith Asbell Annabelli Antolick Robert Behm Sandra Milton Becker Craig Bechtel Judith Boyer Brasefield Barry Joanna Eugene Bollinger Brunner Burkhart Larry Brubaker Juniors Climb Ladder Returning as iuniors in September, 'l963, the Class of '65 found itself a step higher on the ladder of education. Faced with new subiects, students discovered that what they learned had practical applications. ln preparation for the future, academics poured through college catalogues and bulle- tins, took College Boards and the Na- tional Merit Scholarship Examinations, while commercial girls learned the techniques necessary for clerical work and industrial boys prepared for technical training. Daniel Calabria Dianne Camilli Nancy Cassidy Dianne Chura Calette,Clork Barbara Cleaver Suzanne Clouser Joan Coopersmith Wayne Cox Carol Crooks Christine Curtis Dennis Danko ,. fr zito it s 'rs 9 fre. M' sf 1 me pb N m.Wp Susan Davidson I -Q , Richard arms 1 ' , Bonnie DelColIo ' ,L, ,, V Donna DeSante ' is William Desmond , A K i Sarah Dunlap - f , retail 'jig ,, 'V Q Karen Dussinger ,:tf" r,: .. Karl Easterday Sharon Eiler h A 5,131 Sandra Eiserihari r L Jesevh Etzel rr . L ri-r Linda Fairchild ' rr iafii E 'i k W, iii ' V' E. EYES RAISED QUESTlONlNGl.Y, Evelyn Auchenbach to a lecture during class. KAREN DUSSINGER SMILINGLY munches on a fudgesicle during lunch hour. Class Of '65 Of Learning r as it 5 f rw - s , ra g ,, V , r 'I 'f. 'rl' -r -1, ', 5 it sr L 1' "'i Q . 'Y B 1 ' i Qaitr A ii -- 'I .r-. ' V r .... V . M, rftf t ifr' 'F ' 'fir . , . in ff siii gf ., iw 1 , 'wr teas 'ii' .kit- fs s are 5 1 - if . :w s K listens fa' f 'I- it ,,.1V , I 1.5 ge -T, ,M ,- , rx.- i t Sala' L ' 4 , KI- r N , ,vni 1 E 9 ,.., T Charlene Faller Richard Fotkin Sherry Faust Rosalee Fedak Dennis Fetter Terry Fetlerman Linda Fies Robin Fies Judith Filman - Marvin Fisher James Frederick Richard Froelich Kenneth Fulmer Judith Gallaghe Kathleen Geho Jane Gockley Robert Godshall Robert Gosch Brian Graelf Barbara Grim Brian Grim Patricia Grolf Ann Gross Linda Grube Susan Guldin Robe't Haddock Dolores Hafer Linda Hagenmcn T ,f' eeee rr, z 'il , Q.. 3 wifi? L- e" 4 L, , 1 , 2 it , I . . nv l I K I, . , , - :V J er i i" S . I: . ' if " ':-:, 13- i f . iilk - i l I ii, '-. ' n .nc J V WV A ,, . we ,rr. T 7 ll. E rlel ' T A i gr l lkk wx 1 AWWM fuflvvfd N54' 44.1 742. If fs i i KF 2 gli , ,M Engage Q' ff nf X 7 E . 'i ,' R' J ll 4 ff I f ll EN'-is rl --s ,if J 3. 9 - cg .. r 'N Y, ., . . . 0 Aff: 4 ,Q it i 5 ' ! , if i ll 1 f X fl J ll' f J X il 117 . ' f I . ,l Richard Haisch D - - ,,lrr 'M J "' ,, Q "" . I . Q arre Q, r ee r A , . . T ...,. r 3 my in L ,cf Vkhr. -A it -T ky 2 f w . .,,: " A .r . li' 4 ae E Q 1 Darlene Guistwite Linda Haesler Herbert Haier Glenn Hain Linda Handwork Jerold Hanley Jellrey Hammond Jaan Hammond Janice Harbcnic Cynthia Hardy Janice Hart Marcia Hassler Nancy Healy David Hackman Jane Heclcman Danna Heebner Christine Heere Terry Heist John Heiter Q A '5- 4 . '53 -' in A y gil. ,'. T 1. f L , E ,,,. I? W4 M 3"lHf Ziff? idfv Mfg MMM f A 5 if 3, Eff? 37 6335452 f 1. "V af? A ar 2 35 5 KATHLEEN HUGHES IS an attentive lass d U r i n g class. 77 Stanley Kallaach Linda Kauffman Judith Keath Steven Kehr Eleanor Charalotte Robin Kleffel Kistler Klee Daniel Krize Georgine Ethel Kramer Kralles Linda Henne Robert Herbein Linda Hess Ruth Hill Darryl Hinkel Patricia Hinkel Katherine Hlatky Mary Hoffman Dale Holl Diana Haptley Barbara Huber Kathleen Hughes Patricia Hummel Paul Hunsberger Peter Hutsko Elizabeth lezzi Steven lngrahcm Loretta lsett Ann Jackson Joseph Januszak Mary Johnson Beverly Janes Jacqueline Jost Barbara Kalbach Modes And Pressures Change Socially life also became more exciting for the Class of '65, Heading the field of calendar events was the usual round of sweet sixteen parties, the Jun- ior Class Play and increased participation in activities. Being older and supposedly wiser, Iuniors found themselves faced with more freedom, being con- fronted as young adults rather than children. Pressed by both friends and parents to be part of the group, they lived during a time of confusion and conflict. Meanwhile, the adult world wrestled with the problem of changing teenage morals and whether this new freedom was wise or foolish. 2 1 .J if i 25' - .11 .', i Jane Kaufmann . J ef. its JUNIOR BOYS ENJOY their choral session. f 'tie' ANDREA YOUNG PONDERS over her teacher's ' , question with deep concentration. it L -k-- x V Q V , Z in r" My 4 . wg l ..., at W . , sa? 4 . w ..s a 4 -f. 'K Ki . , s ,fs its ,pg . n rg., , , fi- g 1 ' 'R , xxx L K JK V I t i .. Sf'. l .e - . ' X i,i, J Q K L. Jeffery Keim Beverly Keller Laura Kennedy Kerry Klick Richard Kline Franlrlin John Catherine Kochan Kutzamanis Laing Dennis Lash l i " . ' " , V-Qin I H , , Q f? M Q HL, r f A Lf it ' L is - ig Jaime .., ' fini' Ax ' 49 1 5' -L V ,Q T' we ti M l ,, fi 2 ..... ,Q Q? J W A S , x M ,yi bv f 1 7. is f Q Carl Metz Kent Meyer Alex Miller Martin Miller Tamara Miller Donald Maleski Jack Lallemann Suzanne Lebo Cheryl Lenich Bonnie Levengood Kenneth Lienti Deborah Linderman Karen Livinghause Carlene Long George Lasoncy "MAD SCIENTIST, DAVID Annabelli, at work." ni .Amex me JEROLD HANLE Y STUDIES his fT'lEf1lS, ,.,,, F L can - ' M err, M R m i D. K L an U ie - Q c 'rf-. ' f . ,1 ,. L S so :-e, y S M e ri-f ,M , . L rm 'N we 2 ff if . fill., Glenn Newcomb Stuart Nye Nancy O'Boyle Darlyn Ott James Olt Linda Pa polo Patsy Parlet Faith Parmet Grace Lurnley Kenneth MacDonald Candace Manzella Joseph - Manzella Lynda Maurer Judith Mehle Phillip Merlz work to seek further additions and improve- Aileen Mayer David Moyer Joanne Moyer Sandra Murphy Patrick Mullarkey Joyce Napiar Cynthia Neher Kathleen Noll David Ney Michael Ney , im Q I f Louis Pelligrini Georgia Pennack Lee Phillips Martin Phillips Martha Potteiger Stephen Pradan A5 , S 3 S 1 . Z . r r ye if S? i ex W ik L it M J' -my X W L ., , Q A 1 af il fjifii' i :,, Q ir f L g if 'P 3 if 79 iii' in i I QM in A'-' i g :f"5Y:' fist' 3 A ' fi. -:s V at ,EV , I: Q af I sei, tg 4 31, -4. - ,1. f 1 ' ii V '- : if - P Q -'f" E E fi its K . 1 " Richard Daniel Barry Nancy Gregory Protheroe Quinter Rapp Reclcay Reeser Steven Linda Faith Thomas Michael Richards Richardson Rollman Ross Roth , W S AQ hu ,j'- , , 'QW gi i iss LL Paul Reichenbach Ann Rothenberger Desire For Versatile Students Fulfilled In Physical fitness was a vital part of 1963-64. Emphasis on cal- isthenics and athletic participation for all was stressed by Bud Wilkinson, head of the President's Council on Youth Fitness, and many noteworthy sports figures. Junior girls as well as boys displayed their talent on the field and playing floor of Muhlenberg. Athletic participation became an important part of school life and a welcome break from academic matters. r 6 , Eats l 80 -- Q s t "1" i Hi '- , , ag , Zi ' K e i t h R e i d e r C c ro l Rothenberger '64 rt , ii fs: , .1 , ,..,,:s , .1 t t 4 tg A VIL: ' 2 - w t7'sf7 i i iilfi . "-" ' 'd -, ' , lx ii- f ,I ,y... , 255 s I gf r ictsttt f so . i rrs . - - . l Maryann Lyndell Kerry Reilsnyder Rentschler Reppert James James RlCl1UfC'l Rothcnberger Rowe Rowe ii i Linda Timothy HONG Schroeder Schwambach Sell E7 Michael Linda Deon Shnub Sheetz Ship? James Roger l-lflClU Shoemaker Shrom Slagowski Sandra Susan Wllllflffl Smith Smith Smith Sandra Kathy Afll'-In l Snyder Sobreslcy SDUYd M U N C H l N G HER' LUNCH is iunior, Mary t. ' l - W"Sf"1- i ii? i V i ' so iff.. , -eg! S hz 2, A 7 Carol Santoni il V Daniel Santani iiii' 1 Richard Savage i " J . 1 - Jann . K Smith t 1155. k',rL Z 'f A Frederick ,i 5 ' if , "N Snyder W 1 rj ' Thomas Forrest Schaefer 6 I ii Speck Gerald Schaffer ,M 7331: Linda schaich " ra we i .2915 H' ' 5 -- 'r-- r" "1- Y .,, SUSW' Sfhelfef if L' - Linda schlegei W. Q .,,, y Paul Schmehl gs' me ' f . ' fiit fs it ii if 5 Q my ,t ,, 1 Q 4 7- "'Y"' f,, A ' ' , . 'X - Richard Schmehl ,,t, 1 , Roger schmaai ' . , 8 . . ' ' Lindo Schonour L H - H H I I I 7 ' , ,M , ff, V t , ' o. . . Q to Al 57 4? 3 r,,, A STUDY OF THOUGHT centration is Linda Sheetz. and con- Rosemary Spohn Ei een Stoeber Christine Faye Spolsld Stalbot Barbara Douglas Sumarall Swoyer 24 els Barry 95" 2 Kwan all Pamela M- Barbara Eileen Stalnecke an Swoyer Steiner Barbara Tranquillc Sterner Nancy Trout Stitzcl Sandra acarro Jlary Wilson, Sharon Walton Kent iWeitzel 'Jeffrey ,Wolfe v-rm Darlene Weaver Michael Westley Barry Wunder Xhtda lUNlOR CLASS OFFICERS, Robin Fies, Sec.p Ronald Zygmunt, V. Pres.: Treas.g and Kent Wietzel, Pres.: discuss future plans. Donna Weaver Sandra Wetzel Glenn Yeager it Kenneth Weaver Jack Williams Larry Yentsch L: f w 'K 1 7:55 ' if T , X , ' 3 3,4 f jr, Q .,.. s.. 1 , K 4 , i me E5 ' "f " S ,. fm We K s r If . l Q In l ,ev 5 . n-vi, sf F 1 ABSENT-MINDEDLY CHEWING her pen is Linda Hess, , A 'S' f - if W H f Mary Kenneth Diane Wilson Withers Witman Richard Andrea Sharon Yingling Young Young i t , , I ' 1 1 ss Y T 'T . , 2 lllt f s .,,,., li ' Q y b ., y - W ' ' if 4. f to , 4 Fi ,gg ' 'ffl 1 . 3. li g 'Q if 'df rf 5- gt 4 BQ AP ,ess ,, Judith Valeriono Margaret Von Driel Karl Wagner Randolph Waganseller Joseph Wegllnslci Raymond Weidenhomrner Linda Witmer LaMarr Wixon Rosemarie Zasztawt Ronald Zygmvnt 8l .lean Adams 'W' Gretchen Altenderrer 'N' " V Richard Althouse . .. KK" 1 k,Vr I Anne Ammarell my ' Barbara Ammarel? , 'ig y Denrse Annaballr I g Vi, r ei Q ,rra raw T T f ' A L7 I rig ' mi. A Dennrs Annabell- Barry Donna James R. John Bailey Bowman Brenner Brossman Sandra Bailey Mahlon Michele Diana Brown Brown Burkert Marta Ballas Susan Bcmplon Albert Barskey Paulette Barlashus Jesstca Baur Bonne Beaver Gary Becker Linda Becker John Beeman SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS, Tullio De- Santis, Pres.p Doris Miller, Hist.p Kenneth Lyons, V. Pres.g Richard Althouse, Treas.g and Cynthia Stovall, Sec., relax after , P Q 5 1 A T 9 . James Brossman Scott Burtner Freshmen TWO STUDENTS MAKE use of Muhlenberg's library fal cllifies. school. Charlene Brehl Diane Brehl Lrnda Brehl Susan Bingaman ' ' I ElElil:,c:3lCgi?y1l!,e John Ryan Kathleen Sharon Linda Bush Burner Camiltlr Campbell Christ Lawrence Mrchael Sharon Nancy Charlene Clear Clark Clark Clauser Conner 'l': Lindo .igr EV 7' A Eergt.15.Z Blankenbiller V I I rl 1 Q Timothy Beck 4 if - 9, 4' ff Thomas ' -f ' -, Boeshofe Z - ' .r'- V rf? V, I L-fl ee me Lucille Border in . 'V f . , Erleen Borrell '.,, , LL , ,V LVVV W Q 5 QV- W Albert Bowen 'ls' A , , ' YQ "f- T, ' l . ' I lifl' by 5 B- f l f ee, ' ,,':. iw' .... V4 f fl' E. ik - T E are T , e we Carl Chrrstrans Marcia Coover qi g .T , My in ,nh ,, fly 'Nw 1 44 F QR l ZL- ' , ' -- isss i i A it i 2 Ax in il i ' i t Q. V . gh ,. - J U- ,- - rag: :-L K k-LL- .KH 7, 3 - M y 3 1 .1255 ef , V - A H .gi f ' "'., - - -,rr . ,,.. ,L Kay John Regina Clarence John Rodney James Terry Faye Copelin Cozzr Crooney Crouch D'Arienzo Doutrich DeAngelo Dombrowsk' Dreher Richard Barry Harald Tuliia Donna Linda Larry Karen Michael DeAngelo Deeds Deprill DeSantis Deiweiler Diefenderfer Dietrich Druckenmiller Drurnheller r 'Enco nter Ne E rienc s i u w xpe e 2 ,. nn n 3 i i Upon entering his first year of senior high, a cers, colors, and PHONO, Wl1iCl1 9Sf6bllSlW the foundation of the class. The tenth-grader also en- J-I it sophomore leaves behind his childish ways and becomes a man who is responsible, energetic and mature enough to cope with his new problems. As he progresses further in his edu- cation, more is expected of him as a student. He takes the initiative in electing his class affi- gages in many activities such as intramural and varsity sports games clubs, and dances, especially in March as he sponsors the Soph Hop. Highlight- ing this thrilling year the sophomore proudly receives his class sweater. .s 'Q-'. r Q iyleei y y it -L . pare. ., 1 fs SA ,L CASSIDY LOOKS puzzled as she her glasses during class. Z STOP!! AN ARM seems to reach out to halt Larry Antolick in his progress. Marianne Drago Ruth Dunkleberger Dennis Dunlcle Jeffrey Duplak Steven Durinc Connie Fddinger Doris Einsel Earl Evans Linda Eyrich Maria Fartetti Linda Fatkin Roxanne Faust Judith Fick Diana Fies Barbara Fisher Sandra Fisher Darryl Focht Nancy Fax Lois Frey Harold Friclr Martin Friedrich Peter Galvin April Gardner Paulette Garner Linda Gosport Barbara Gates Sandra Gehris Beverly Geibel 83 JoAnn Geibel Patricia Gery Selina Gillert Pamela Good Sharon Gordon Pamela Gormley Wesley Goss Robert Gottschall 31 I M , Q'-s . J Judith Graczyk JoAnne Greenawalt Bonnie Greth Peter Griesemer APPEARING TO BE in a deep trance is junior Ruth Hill. Michael Gross gsgsr g-,g y ut 53' "-'H I 21 Q remote, F. I -X Theodore Frederick 'Z H'lb t H l d Philip Harris Ulmer Niliifn Huffman teen ' t'1: J R L, R has Brian Hartranft Raymond Hauser Carol Helfner Nina Heffner Craig Herb Linda Herbein ,r is 5 2 it S 5 E Sophs To Looking to the future as their guiding star, the sophomore class climbs higher up the ladder of education, striving to at- tain achievement in whatever vocation they pursue. It is not an easy climb, but with a common purpose in mind and the determination to carry it through, they will follow the path to success. Along this path they shall encounter many new ex- periences and acquire bounteous sources of knowledge as they are guided by their class officers, Tullio DeSantis, president: Kenneth Lyons, vice-presidentp Cynthia Sto- vall, secretaryp Richard Althouse, treasurer, and Doris Miller, historian. William Herbein Carol Hertzog Ronald Hess AL if 5 ' iii gr: ji w ." ' Faye Richard Douglas Hoffman Hoffman Homan Jeffrey Raymond Eileen Jackson Jackson Kalbach Class Of '66 an o p Hartman Michael Hayer Sandra Katzenmoyer Raymonc Huey l Doris Keller X t l P . ,,A H i , 'A 4 :':',' -Q- W L 1 .4. ..k- , L 1 P' i, wg Q ,i .. -wi l l : . Ri L - ' - 'N ' If V, ,A Q , K Q .. 5 4 I A 974 I I R Q y Lge 3? A I t jf i gw i wsze , 1- re, ' V,L" 1 fl . 1 'Y ., pm ,K , Y V we W 4- --A- r 4 W 1 3515 V iv? 6 L 'Ai A, K e S j 'S a w- ,. iiiiiiv is . f i 11 ,z M- .aa Pursue Vocations .ludilh Karen Linda Anloinerle Kenneth Lelby Leinbach Leinbach Leisey Levan g i ,ii X l L.. M- . ,J , X L 'mfr ,F Kennerh Lyons Sandra Marlin Douglas Miller Rlchara Miller Michael Molelress P li JEFFREY WOLFE library. Ronald Kerns Linda Killian Eric Kleckner Mariorie Klee John Kline Lucille Kline Larry Kohl Linda Krall Lyclua Kruppenbach Linda Kroll Brenda Kurzweg Donna Large reads a magazine in the ww Susan Levan Jacob Lloyd Gayla Loch Sharon Loehrig Carl Long Roberl MacLeod Thomas Manley Kenneth Manwiller Sandra Merfz Sandra Millard Doris Miller Eilene Miller Gregory Miller Laura Miller Dolores Moalz Linda Mohn Belsey Molelress James Moll Anthony Morganli Bonnie Marganli Barbara Ney Cheryl Noll Gerald Noll Ronald Noll Diane Norlheimer William Owen Janice Oxenreider Sharon Parzanese Patricia Peck Barbara Peskosky Christine Plennig Cheryl Phillips Keilh Phillips James Pizzo Gary Planlholt 'Cf M ,Q -rf Holly Moser Q Ji Alberr Mundell Michael Murray Roger Muskel Slanley Nestor 4 ' -V - .': , W. f , .. S Q 5, S Ei r 1 l as ef s Q 'i2- ,Ir hw . Norbert Pohl Linda Pcpovice A Stephen Pratt Anthony Pugliese ., S y f 'f 'f,-: 15 , A Peter Pugliese K -K Barry Rader is 'fi -- Q, Jennilyn Rader class activity. . Susan Rapp f, A I sb., K it 5 an ij? Q s rs.. rr sar.s r Referring back to the years 1963-611, the class will remember many events of their sophomore year. The girls' might recall the styles at the year to be bulky mohair sweaters and loafers. Long hair came back to create the chic look. As for boys, suede iackets were popular. Dealing with current events, the city of Reading elected a Re- publican mayor and officials. On the national scene the slaying of our thirty-fifth president, John F. Kennedy, shocked the world, and civil rights demonstrations left a deep impression on everyone's mind. 86 LINDA GRUBE relaxes during a break i is i .r. K 'iw Q, -s, at ,st sf lm f,-,, Robert Seaman James Semmel Frank Shade Cheryl Shaffer Donna Shaver Robert Shaw Ruth Shaw Sandro Shaw Brenda Sheetz Susan Sherman David Showers Barry Smith MEETING IN THE library are Richard Protheroe and Martin Phillips. TT Sylvia Ray Gene Reed Thomas Reichert Josephine Reider James Reifinger Arlene Riegel Nairn Reinert Karen Reisenweaver Keith Reitenouer Terry Rhodes Stephen Richards William Roberts Sharon Rothenberger Larry Rutter Donna Sabatino Mark Sanders Donna Sassaman Marilyn Schein Patricia Scherer Larry Schmidt Gregory Schweiter I ax M, s, W .el IEKEEL my Charlene Schlettler Richard Schoener Ronald Schweitzer A 4 I X W X Roy Schrneer Christine Schrum Barry Schwenk ' at ,,.,i'gW IE. g 1 a f esneeq sg? Q7 .gg - I 3 ,. ... I. 1 ses L Qr- .fs Y ,..,',.w'fGf. ' ' 1 -- "H I fir 2' "' sy? wfe fire Class Views Dowd Smuh Leroy Warmkessel Donna L. Smith Donna M, Smith entful Year Leslie Walker Linda Walters Russel Wanner Elaine Wegman Bonnie Weidman tllgggi A1 S Ex J A ' if' AWWA it E.,k .?3,,. ,Vl R Wkgg QW 7Nvf? Q- i T R J l,l s A ' J .. I A Y ,. 5 1 ""' K' 19:5 ,,,..v ,,, - 1. ,gsm z y , rr 7 , , 2 f" Blair Wielkopolski Carol Williams lauren Witwer Lee Wixan Deborah Wolf Betty Lou Woliingcr Carol Wolflnger Vickie Wysocki James Ycalrcl Michael Yenclavage Sandra Yinglung Linda Yost Catherine Zubcr THEIR CLERICAL skills are Garry Zuber ance Gricoskie and Rosalyn Hele"ZUfh0WSlKi n Everett Smith John Smith Harry Smith Michael Smith Patricia Snyder Linda Soudcrs Dennis Speasc Warren Spinka John Stambaugh Barbara Sloudt Fandra Slouch Cynthia Stovall Janice Stull Robert Teliho Robert Ulle Jay Urnbenhouer Janet Vandcgrift ff 4 ff we an 4 A GROUP OF SOPHOMORE students converse and study during ,LQQSW JN-3 af. I :E -V g , Donald Weidner Margaret Weller Carl Wcnrlca Lynn Wcstley Catherine Wcyandr J Kal' 5 ,, ,s. ., 5 g -2 . s ff J 4 ngis. , Q E3 as -rxi M J 4 5. ini Q, K.- Llnda Wharcn .V A '. . , M J srs s J , A '::' E 1 si r 'f Q K. zs, 6 J W Y .r,JJ l M , - aarl fir n S. iq? pf L in 1' ii X if" iigfj "'r M 5 :tiny 3gQw 'NN Novo A SWE. QXQMQQYVQ YS K Nb qos 'Joh '51, I 'Yearbook Wxn Keystone P-Novo tion 1 ,, P-X Conv o Nkxxxxeixbe MMMOX '41 fl Q00 ,hoo " New " C Che 8 ' 0 -Q, f Q' s e E'ff'Z,'OfFH,f C fs fff'f-f'+1f' S .eC.i?IQ'tZlZ16nb5Qf . 8 f1fFG'g'5f' :lofi ' anhigb N1 ry N." . K' f Classroom, office, and stage scenes were filmed at Muhlenberg High School on July I and 2 by a New York Company for a picture entitled, "The Ninety'First Day." The movie revealed the struggle of a music teacher, Loren Benson, portrayed by Pat O'Neil, who goes insane because of his retention in high school as a music teacher instead of fulfilling his lifelong dream of being a musician in Toscanini'S orchestra. Although the main parts of the cast were filled by actors and actresses from New York, students from Mr. Albert Leader's and Mr. Harold Stefl's summer school classes participated during the com- mencement, classroom, and office scenes. Other portions of this picture were filmed at Wernersville State Hospital. Muhlenberg High students were able to view themselves on television since the picture appeared on November 4, 1963 on Channel l2. l N. Y. Co. Films "Ninety- At Muhl sv , -.X 4 g , Q Q n, .k., , Q ,uf an 1 - "' , V, -8 . 5 X n wif.: L Q , l I i E 5 5 i I First Day" Scenes enberg 'ig Q ,Q " .1 t x I-. 9I "GO, GO, GO!!!" exclaims an "ARE YOU ROOTING for the boys?" shouts Filomena Rodino during the Muhlenberg-Mifflin game. unidentified cheerleader as she ,Q roots for the Muhls. 5' S "WHEN YOU'RE UP against Muhlenberg, you're upside down!! shouts the varsity squad as they display their skills. its H 'srsr T s M ,r , rar rrrs A wg I V!! ., j 1 4. .- gk I . ff Y tk . if " 5 ' l"ll L ' , T l M M iiy A T .17 l ..-.. w "" 1 I - ' ' ' llllllv rrrl sssrr '5"' "" ....,. E- E T T I l l RIVALRY IS LESSENED as the friendship cheer is executed by both J.V. squads. l "M-UAH-L-E-N-B-E-R-G, MUHL- ENBERG FIGHT!" shouts Mary Wilson as the grid game becomes more intense. 92 Peppy Cheerleaders Enthusel Cheerleaders incite vim, pep, and vitality into football and basketball games. For the first time in the history of Muhlenberg the title of "Yell Queen" has been shared by two girls. Linda Brown ignited the fans through the football season, while Dorothy Skrocki kept the crowd hot for victory during the basketball season. The spirited J.V. cheerleaders, headed by Jane Gockley, inspired the exuberant on- lookers and gave the J.V. team beneficial support as they won the county championship against Fleetwood. A very important additirn to both squads was their new uniforms which they received in time for the basketball season. Also a special tribute is made to their mascot "Moochie" who presided at both football and basketball games. Mr. Henry Hoffman is the . adviser to the cheerleaders. "NOW LISTEN MY children and you shall hear!" exclaim the i l l cheerleaders with great vigor. "GO, MUHLS, GO!!" screams Eileen Stitzel as she cheers on the Muhl "gridders." - "LET'S GO, MUHLS, we want some action!" exclaims Linda Brown, fo-Qtball Yell Queen, 35 "F-l-G-H-T, FIGHT TEAM!" Sl1OUiS l.lI'tClB Kauffman GS she peps up the team. she cheers the Muhls to victory. . - 1 W ,, if 1. 5 l "WE WILL WHAT?-Beat Mifflin!l!" shouts the varsity cheerleaders as they urge the team on to victory. ATTENTlVE JUNIOR VARSITY squad, Linda Herbein, Christine Pfennig, MGE-r THAT POIN-I-,, shouts Marie Jean Adams, Jane Gockley, captain, Barbara Peskosky, Judith Boyer, Knutson as me Hgriddersf, go for Carol Santoni, observe the "Baby Muhls" exhibition. ,he exna point ape, ,heh Touch. ' clown. gig. "COME ON, BOYS, let's beat "WE WANT MORE!" is the cry exhorted by the pep leaders after the Y Muhls score a touchdown. that team!" chants Dorothy 5kfOCl4l, basketball Yell Queen, during a time out. "COME ON, MUHLS, let's skin 'em alive!" screams the J.V. cheerleaders as they perform in a pep rally. LINDA FAIRCHILD, FEATURE Balon Maiorette, dis- plays her skills by twirling two batons. High-Sleppers Display SENIOR BATONS TWIRL: Diane Chura, Sandra Shalter, Lyndell Reber, MARY SEKELLA, BAND Maiorette, ponders over leader, Ruth Hill, Evelyn Auchenbach, and Judith Kohl. the game's outcome during half-time. FLAG TWIRLERS PERFORM: Nancy Healy, Judith Gallagher, Holly Knepp, leader, Robin Fies, Christine Curtis, and Joanna Brunner. MAJORETTES SALUTE THE teom cls they some through the alley. .I.V. TWIRLERS ENTERTAIN: Linda Haeseler, leader, Cheryl Loehrig, Georg- ine Kralles, Constance Ettinger, Loretta lsett, Sharon Young, Lyndell Rent- schler, Cheryl Schaeffer, Linda Fatkin, Kathleen Geho, Doris Miller, Pamela Good, and Patricia Snyder. SOAKERS, LINDA HANDWORK and Patricia Kel- ler, put the fire batons back in'their case. THE FI of the NALE OF the Maiorette Show ends with the salute f I ag and the singing of the Alma Mater. ANNOUNCERS FOR THE rrlciorelte shows, Jonel Moyer ond Mory Shorrlper, go over their scripts together. Talent Ancl if t Mn. Versatility Red Lion Twirling Jubilee, a twirling clinic held at Red Lion, Pennsylvania, June 25-29, was the summer scene for the Muhlenberg Maiorettes as they re- freshed their drilling and twirling skills. Learning new stunts and routines was also on the agenda for this feminine marching group. Skilled and ready, the majorettes enlightened the football games both home and away. Their fine per- formances are results of long, hard practice and able supervision by their director, Mr. Quentin Keath. At a grand showing in the Maiorette Assembly, the whole unit finally had a chance to perform in their newly purchased uniforms. This was the last year of pre-show iitters for the following seniors: Peggy Oxenreider, Field Marshal, Mary Sekella, Band Maiorette, Marcia Ellingsworth, Feature Maiorette, Lyndell Reber, Senior Baton Leader, Judith Kohl, senior baton twirler, and Holly Knepp, Flag Leader. The perfect co-ordination and team work exempli- fied by this marching unit, combined with fine leadership and long training are the true reasons why Muhlenberg's Maiorettes hold such a high rating. TALENTED MAJORETTE LEADERS: Marcia Ellingsworth, Feature Maiorette, Holly Knepp Flag Leader, Linda Fairchild, Feature Baton Maiorette, Peggy Oxenreider, Field Marshal Lyndell Reber, Senior Baton Leader, Mary Sekella, Band Maiorette, and Linda Haeseler JV Leader. Beaver, HIGH-STEPPING MAJORETTES march to Muhlenberg's side dura lf. li' l i i i ing pre-game show. COLOR GUARD STANDS at attention: Joan Yeager, Carol Gehrke, Judith Dresher, captain, Judith Leisey, Linda Kitchens, Carol Hiester, and Bonnie UNIDENTIFIED MAJORETTES LINE up preparation for their half-time show. tons instead of only one. clone by his moiorettes. PEGGY OXENRHDER, FlELD Morshol, sure- ly hos courage, cs she twirls two fire bo- THE HAPPY EXPRESSION of Mr, Quentin Keuth shows his opprovol of o 'ob well 1 95 THE SHOW BAND musicians are, left to right: Jack Williams, James Fredericks, Larry Schmidt, Lee Phillips, Gary Becker, Marie Knutson, Dennis Kenee, Steven Pratt, John Grill, William Owen, David Moyer, David Roland, Robert Dewalt, Paul Reichenlaach, Glenn Yeager, Richard Hotfmaster, Lolita Eberly, and their director, Mr. Henry Hoffman. Missing musicians are Lee Reiniger and Jeffrey Hammond. Show Band Provides Entertainment For Various Events WILLIAM OWEN DEMONSTRATES that you have t have a lot of "wind" to play the trombone. THE TROMBONE PLAYERS prove that the trombone is l-0-n-g. JAMES FREDERICKS, BARITONE saxophone player, is featured by the Show Band. THE SHOW BAND provides the music for the Maiorette Show. it I The Student Council, under the dvisership ot Mr. William Abramo- icz, works throughout the year try- ing to better the school. T There are three main projects which are sponsored by Student ouncil-The Holly Hop, the card lub, and the selling ot programs at ootball and basketball games: Dur- ng the summer, active members ork to gather the needed materials nd ideas tor the Council's programs n order that everything is ready in eptember. In the beginning of the year, Stu- ent Council members from all over erks County meet at the Student ouncil Convention vvhere they dis- uss their problems and share their oney-making ideas. Every year a itterent school is host to this con- erence. This year Reading High chool was the host. STUDENTS ARE lNSTRUCTED on the use of the voting machines. dent and vice president ot Student Council. -S STANDING LEFT TO right are Student Council officers: Darryl Conner, president, Donna Schmehl, secretary, and Ronald Zygmunt, vice president. Student Council Members Help To Better The School THE NEWLY ORGANIZED card club is sponsored by the Student Council. its membership is comprised ot tenth, elev- enth and twelfth grade students. The card club, which was directed by Darryl Conner and Fred Schaich, is pictured below at one ot their practices. l 97 STUDENTS WAIT TO cast their votes for presi- Q 5' I A 4 M-Q4 im ef ,fl fiiff., ii with Xia 3 Q gk. ix Q QE Qi 35 ,fri 1, f . 4 J .ggi 'K x 3' 5HWi9iiQL5f , , . , . , , , ,,,,,,..,.,xM.,...4M.,M..w: M , 15 ,-...' 'V Fl Q W5 L. -wuwwm x THE MUHLAIRES SING "As Long As He Needs Me" during the Spring Concert. horus Performs For blies, And Concerts LINDA STAMM AND Sandra Mattes rehearse for the Spring Concert. Each year at occasions such as the Christmas Assembly, Easter Assembly, Spring Concert, and special church services, the Muhlenberg Mixed Chorus, under the direction of Miss Alta H. ing a church service. "CLlMBlNG UP THE Mountain" is sung by the Muhleteers dur- Horton, has displayed its vocal talent. The members of the Mixed Chorus are sel- ected tor their vocal talent and they represent the tenth, eleventh and twelfth grades. The Mixed Chorus can be heard every Tues- day ancl Wednesday morning from 7:30-8:30, at which time they practice for all their pro- grams which take place during the year. VVhile.the Mixed Chorus supplies music for concerts, the Muhleteers and Muhlaires, the bOy group and girl group, respectively, perform for social events in the surrounding area, assem- blies and concerts. THE MIXED CHORUS sings at a local church. ALL EYES ARE on Miss Horton. JOY WOLFSKILL ACCOMPANIES the Mixed Chorus at a church service. nw 99 IOO PRESIDENT OF Y-TEENS, Carol Jackson, conducts a business meeting. CAROL JACKSON ASKS the Y-Teens if they have any questions concerning the New York trip. Ili Y-Teens Support Various Activities Bookkeeping Club Acts BOOKKEEPING CLUB MEMBERS are from left to right: Linda Stamm, Jane Heckman, I Linda Werley, Linda Henne, Linda Brown, Judy Burns, Diana Hoptley, and Suzette Delong. O For The Muhltohi i i 1 i i i BOOKKEEPING CLUB MEMBERS are from left to right: Ethel Kramer, Linda Handwork, Sandra Smith, and Susan Smith. HORIZON CLUB MEMBER, Linda Henne, - works on a club proiect. L .OOii Hi-Y Is A Growing Service Organization The largest service organizations of Muhlenberg are Y-Teens, Hi-Y, and Hor- izon Club. These clubs were formed to support the school, attain spiritual devel- opment, and to achieve adulthood for their members. These organizations sponsor many ac- tivities throughout the year such as: The Y-Teens' Fashion Show and Spaghetti Sup- per, the Hi-Y's Varsity Drag, and the Hor- izon Club's sewing proiects. These under- takings and helpful actions are examples of loyalty, consideration, assistance, and sincerity, which merit our lasting appre- ciation and gratefulness. HI-Y OFHCERS ARE from left to right: Jeffrey Wolfe, Ronald Zygmunt, Jack Latte- mann, Jack Williams, and Larry Yentsch, Girls Seek "New" Horizons HORIZON CLUB MEMBERS Bonnie Beaver, Theda Gate-ly, and Sherry Foust help each other on their sewing proiects. SHARON WALTON IS busily at work fin- ishing her proiect. THE OBSERVER'S BUSINESS Staff from left to right: Patricia Corriclen and Sharon White. l0I THE MODEL UNITED Nations Club is pictured at one of its weekly meetings. THE DEBATING CLUB members are from left to right: Bruce Manwiller, Joseph Manzella, Barbara Peskosky, Cheryl Shaffer, Eileen Miller, and Janet Moyer. STUDENTS HELP THEMSELVES at the an- nual F.T.A. Tea. Future Teachers of America, a club de- signed to acquaint its members with the teaching profession, provides its members members with various activities. F.T.A. visited Kutztown State Teachers College and sat in on a class. The annual Christ- mas Tea was also part of the group's activities. Mrs. Frances Rank is adviser. By participating in the United Nations Club a political science student can re- ceive a better understandingpt world problems and functions of the United Nations. Some students attended a Model U.N. Conference at Albright College and gained an understanding of U.N. proceed- ings. Advisers of the U.N. Club are Mr. Ray Weitzel and Mrs. Bonnie Price. Members of the Debating Club vigorouse ly argued against opponents from Ham- burg and Schuylkill Valley on the contro- versial subiect of trial by iury. Under the advisership of Mr. Weitzel and Mr. Natale Deluca, the club attained recognition in many areas. T PRESIDENT OF U.N. Club, Jock Luttemonn, dis cusses with the members the Eost Coast Mode United Notions Conference, which he had at tended. FUTURE TEACHERS OF America members board the bus to Kutztown State College. Ei Leaders of Gain Experience F.r.A. MEMBERS, CYNTHIA Spohn, Q Janet Moyer, and Andrea Valeriano, are waiting tor the bus to Kutz- town State Teach- ers College. note-s. BONNIE DELCOLLO, F,B.L.A. reporter, pages through her FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS Of America officers conduct their business meeting. 44, 417 'es" assembly. OI11Ol'I'OW oclay 1 u mms , N,... Mwst v--- mt an -cf? ideas with the club officers. BLA. MEMBERS WORK on their posters for the "Battle Of The Future Business Leaders of America mem- bers are commercial students in the tenth, eleventh, and twelfth grades who meet with their adviser, Mr. Joseph Butz, 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 establish standards for entrance into store and office occupations. Future Scientists of America members under the guidance of Mr. Myron Boyer, biology teacher, select a different subiect every month and then for the following weeks have discussions, films, and speak- ers on the selected topic. MR. JOSEPH BUTZ, F.B.L.A. adviser, discusses some new business Club Members Obtain Background For Future Occupations JUDITH DRESHER, PRESIDENT of Future Scientists of America, discusses the posters on the bulletin board. STAGE CRAFT MEMBERS: Ronald Mundell, Sandra Bechtel, Barbara Sterner, Deborah Linderman, Rosalee Fedak, Joan Shaver, and Rosemary Spohn paint scenery for the Junior Class Play. Mr. Ronald Rhode is the adviser. Stuclents Supply Assistance And Service LIBRARY CLUB MEMBERS: Sandra Katzenmoyer, Maria Ballas, Gretchen Altenderter, Donna Shaver, Jean Adams, Carol Gehrke, Antoinette Leisey, Charlotte Conner, Cheryl Phillips, and Barbara Kal- bach return the books back to the shelves. Mrs. Mary Jo Winings is the adviser. I LIBRARY CLUB MEMBERS: Lindl Handwork, Linda Fies, Barbara Fishey Judith Leiby, Georgia Pennock, Karer Risenweaver, and Chery Noll mar t the new books. HALL PATROL MEMBERS: Robert Zoppel, John Zuchowski, captain, Pierre Annaballi, Lynn Boyer, 'Ronald' Reed, Carl Lutz, Barry Stephenson, Richard Krott, Dale Stolzfus, David Graeff, Dean Stolzfus, Lee Reinigeru Robert Storm, Barry Humbert, Robert Haefer, Keith McLaughlin, Charles Whitehead, David Fetterman,i Robert Griesmer, and Timothy Braun. Mr. Claude Spancake is the adviser. i HALL PATROL MEMBERS get in their posi- tions before the second bell rings. l04 Clubs at Muhlenberg enable students to give as- sistance and service to the school and to increase their knowledge in subiects they were unable to include in gheir curriculum. Among these clubs is Hall Patrol, which is com- posed of senior boys. The boys regulate hall traffic at all times. Giving service in the library are the members of library club. They help by keeping the library orderly and helping students with their library work. Students wishing to learn the art of typing may enroll in typing club. Members of typing club are intro- duced to all forms of typing procedures, Scenery and props for all school events are prepared by stage craft club and put into place by stage crew. GIRLS WORK HARD to acquire typing skills. JOANNE MOYER TAKES charge as librarian during her tree periods, TWO GIRLS COMBINE their talents to figure out a spacing problem. Gary Zappacosta, and Alex adviser. KATHY GEHO EXERCISES her typing skills in typing club. Mr. Lawrence lmbodin is the adviser for these clubs. STUDENTS BE COME FA- MILIAR with the keyboard during typing club. STAGE CREW MEMBERS: Keith Phillips, David Fetterman, Robert Storm, Roger Musket, Russel Wanner, Miller begin to arrange the scenery for an assembly, Mr. Olin Marth is the :E fi We sf 1 X ,f -.,- fi . .w-V ,,,,, ...... Mliii... l05 5 ! H e VARSITY CLUB ADVISER, Mr. Carl Richie, shows the Muhlenberg license plates to Timothy Braun, Daniel Calabria, and Paul Weidner, Varsity Club officers. Vclrsity Club Members Live A Life Of Sports HUNGRY CAMPERS GATHER to watch their supper being pre- pared. .E it MOTOR CYCLE CLUB members are from lett to right: Raymond Sidella, Ronald Reitnauer, Leslie Walker, Norbert Pohl, Paul Hunsberger, and their adviser, Mr. Robert Bukowski. STUDENTS RECEIVE FREE bowling lessons trom a manager of a local bowling alley. H .I Camping Trip On G.A.A.'s Age Activities for the sports-minded individual can be found at M.T.H.S. in such organizations as Bowling, G.A.A., Var- sity, and Motor Cycle Clubs. These organizations devel- oped the mind as well as the body ot their members. G.A.A. CAMPERS GAIN some experi- ence in boat rowing. I06 I MR. BUKOWSKI DEMONSTRATES his skill on the motor cycle. ir' ,f.. AFTER FALLING lNTO the lake, Nancy Fox, G.A.A. member, sits on a bench to dry off. PERFECT FORM IS executed by this bowler. MOTOR CYCLE CLUB members, Paul Hunsberger and Norbert Pohl are trying out PauI's motor cycle. Motor Cycle Club Is Added To Club Curriculum THE BOWLERS AIM and then - throw!!! HOPING FOR A strike, the bowlers watch the pins. Strikes And Spares Are Bowlers' Goals I07 'a ,im W., fig 2 2 a fs 33 25 P 3 5 bi 1 X 251 v, "Wg .Wm MRS. VAN PELT EVELYN AUCHENBACI-I cz wealthy Chucogoon The Junior Class Presents Words . . . Or Death' I I This play had everything-the supposed- MISS PRUCE Iy deserted inn, stormy weather, a Peter Lorre type, a Frankenstein, closets with builtein bodies, a love story, and an as- sortment of characters. The assembled group are winners of a contest "I LIKE FOAM X BECAUSE . . . IN 25 WORDS OR LESS." The prize which they all won is an old 'Fashioned Thanksgiving in New Eng- Iand. When the contest winners realize that the lodge is inhabited by an altogether different group, whose interests are far more sinister than enjoying a pleasant Iweekend, everything breaks loose, and Iturns the prize into a hilarious nightmare. JANE KAUFMANN on English teacher HALLEY HAMPTON ,, JOYCE NAPIOR BARBARA DRISCOLL JUDY ASBELL u coIIcge sophomore c former chorus girl CARL KENNETH LIENTI u diamond smuggler OLIVE BUNKERYHILL ROBIN KLEFFEL o Iodge proprietor at I It I , I ' 1 J! , 2415? yt, if iw: ' The '64 Edition Of The Muhl Revue April 17, 18 "WE'LL ALL BE merry and bright!", chant Christine Curtis, Nancy Healy, Daniel Calabria, Lyndell Rentschler, and Carlene Long during their coordination skit. -,z '-SfQ.Q,1QW'A.KKVssLr 'F' :LKiWcYi"r57KW K i :wr .PfE'lnzg',-, I gi'KK viii: ef - K E-'1:1,5',z,-ers''-MKIIwtiiww-" 3. V 'F' s 'V , .- P,::5- ttiaeiiftf xi , , B' i'Vf'r.1fy A 31- .Q .V " '- i" 1K.Q1q' -J V t- - 5222. 5 . K .- fgw-1: y' .f'rfga:5Q.g.-V: :rl-K1 Vffyrii-i,K.iV-ts: if-l,VVfg 2 it KV22 ft ,, 1 K ' - K X :E-"Wil,-7 - li ff MKS-it-fifst V 'J 'lffivi A -'I-1 if 551.-JM-IAVV K LZ ' ,, iii? 'I' ' 'trizf s, .2 . f Q 'V -: -Vl?5f?1ijLfg1ff-. V 1 it -35 LEE? ts ii K eds? 5 1 . we - K V .V Ve ., . V V 4 , , , V'fK-1.Qg'.1'fsvr,Lsggsiwgzs 1225 99: r K5 ,Egg - V K K , 'il , V, -af' , K ' V. KK 'V . M' at NK ,. - KK ' 1 - - -K ' . C V il 1 1, 'r--- 5 V mesftfwi .. GEORGE ETTELE AND Allen Rohrbach, the M.C.'s, while arguing about a few mathematical problems. amuse the audi EFICS "I WANT TO buy a chocolate ice cream co-nel", says Holly Knepp. MARCIA acrobatic solo. f, ,gi-4-so-1910! UFORGETFUL D O N A L D MULLEN throws one shoe, which is quickly followed by the other two, out oi the bathtub. Three shoes'?!l THE MANHATTANS ENTERTAIN the audience with their versions of med- leys and folk songs. THE PANELISTS OF "l've Got A Secret" are questioning their guest, Mr. John C. Kickbacki. ELLINGSWORTH GRACEFULLY executes a split during her .., 2 ' i. - . Vi V LK . K X V-ret , W News fi VV ,, - . 5rVVsfWs.ew- E- - , Vt - VK -V . ' I . ' l K ' YK .. .,.. . V L I. ..,s . he . 1 4 1 :Egg ., t 5 M , V yy! " V1.-ana 3 ft si 2 r 3' Vgfxif 5 . l i 4 i l A .,:V,1AVtW3,k,Ei..-. any-. Q K s V V ,, V. . . WA M . M -, ,AVVV ? If ..., , ., 9'4- V 1 1 J' f2f.L"A ftligil EHR A K' ' ' J. - bldg r Q QV-in,-Q Q ' A ei Ein l r 'JD 1: ll it ig If Qs ,fi rv :fr t 1 I, 5 agi n g l 5, I G I 5 Kl"' ' ml K t .,,..., ,,,,. g V, Qrvzv 'Q ' -4 ,.... "WE'D LIKE TO welcome you to the '64 edition of the Muhl Revue," recite the pages, Linda Brown, Judith Kohl, and Mary Sekella. THE MUHL REVUE opens with the jazz line, to the tune ot "The Man With The Golden Arm." THREE DANCERS OF the sophomore iazz line wait impatiently for their telephone call. A BEATLE FAN faints on stage, but the "Muhlenberg Beatles" continue to "twist and shout," HE BOYS' COMEDY line display their talent in doing the hula. HARLESTON ANYONE? THE boy-girl line exhibit their interpretation this "Roaring 2O's" dance. if TF 7,,- g E .,, , 4k,V ., J Q fb V.., We 4, 75,5 t Jfv V ' , ffl , giti-, V' , Hg 5.-11155 , ., 15 . T lf ' 315 it 5 if is if fi A 7, 'I '-','-- A 4' f' itz' it -of if .' 53 'Y ' Vw 2 s 5- if f ,rf -. L- ,gy sr, ,fs,.rr,., Q 5? f. , f' ,QV , ,N A ms, ,Y . I , ,gy A 4 I h,,. , f I , f- Mrs- W 42 Y I ,,.' . 'A wr- if .- - T A it T - P as , ..'i' 1 'H -, K ,' , ',ft'a - : ,,i,, ' "f'- V ' if " . . .. , . - . THE JUG BAND sings, "Does your chewing gum lose its flavor on the beclpost over night??!" PRESENTING THE MAY Queen and her charming attendants. Moy Queen And Her Court Reign Over EQFRSQWEEiff'i.Tf,'flQLhf'heQueenand Mqy Dqy Fegfivifieg Cn May 4, 1964 THE COMMENTATORS, S A N D R A Bechtel and Mary Wilson, end The May Day program. WN Q ' rrrn,,r AAAA E THE QUEEN, LINDA Brown, has lasr Eiiz N minufe iitiers before her enhance. SANDRA MOHN ENLIGHTENS Yhe festivities wirh a song. ILOMENA RODINO TRIKES a pretty smile as pe watches the festivities. MARIE KNUTSON AP- PROACHES her seat in the court. SMILING, SANDRA MATTES walks through the arch. THE GARLAND BEARERS form the arch for the Queen and her court. DOROTHY SKROCKI MAKES the event official by crowning Linda Brown, "Queen of the May." ,LINDA TAKES HER last steps before crowning. DOROTHY SKROCKI, MAID of Honor, takes the crown from Thomas Hock, crown bearer. KAREN JACKSON, FLOWER girl, and Thomas Hock, crown bear- er, approach the throne. THE QUEEN I I3 an , il. J W Q MN' N gn full- in i X--ww M. . , X, , L W N L ,,,., i 3 .5 54' I ev X X 1 ff "f Q f' WW .iv wg R if 5 ff MR 5 if M M x lx 32 ww W f Blue Band Concert May 21 1964 Directed by Mr. Henry Hoffman .bmw Oriental Theme Highlights June CAROL DAVIS PINS a carn ton on her es tDarryIConner. V, V Q, R R A Beautiful Array Of TUXBCIOS, HLOMENA Romano AND Ronald Raed appear starry-eyed. Gowns, Ancl Corsages Fills Reading Country Club. i LARRY ROTH AND date, G I K k g SCOTT MEYER AND Karen Becktel dance mid the Oriental setting. II8 1964 Prom 1 2, 'I 964 Sw ajft eart SANDRA BECHTEL AND K Weitzel re b t Johnny Barker And His Red Coats Entertain I ii? QW' have The Students Receive For Acc This year, for The second Time, academic awards were given To students excelling in academic subiects in grades Ten, eleven, and Twelve. Each winner received a blue blaz- er with The school emblem on The pocket. To win a blazer, The student had To highest average in The average was by averaging his grades and The received in a spe- a subiect. tabulated classroom grade he cial Test on That subiect. Four boys and Tour girls, a boy and girl for each subiect, in each g r a d e received the QUILL AND SCROLL members are: Filomena Rodino, Elizabeth Seidel, Michele Sallacle, and Mary Shomper. E-RWE-1I'ClS. Quill And Scroll Recipients Are Recognized For Their Journalistic Ability wwf MISS MARY JANE Delp calls 'Fcr The girls' basketball players To come on stage. GIRL ATHLETE OF the Year, Holly Knepp, accepts her Trophy with smiles. l20 Receive Awards Blue Blazers :lemic Achievement SENIOR DIVISION BLAZER winners. Seated are: Joan Adams and JoAnne Blewett. Standing: Darryl Conner, Warren Ulle, Robin Fies, Barry Humbert, Kent Weitzel, and Carol Davis. I JUNIOR DIVISION BLAZER winners. Seated are: Margaret Van Driel and Kathleen Hughes. Stand- ing: Donald Moleski, Jack Latfemann, Joan Coopersmith, Ronald Zygmunt, and Linda Christ. SOPHOMORE DIVISION BLAZER winners. Seated are: Michael Smith, and Eilene Miller. Standing: Donna Sassaman, Sandra Shaw, Donald Weidner, Michael Clark, John Stambaugh, and Sharon Parzanese. '63 Muhltohi Attaine PENNSYLVANIA we SCHOOL PRESS ASSOCIATION Certificate of Award N -74:3 di In Mai will .eww ,404 KWH qmr1xrf1'r1,......,.. .... l1L..,a.,,57wI!'f? .jirlinf in fllzllrmfrorllmffnr - ,,-v -rn fr HM sg, Q dy Me l'I' zfrzzrifz fy:-e'-3.1 e,Z1Jaeialiw1 life year Q .. .qu . . 1 YEARBOOK PHOTOGRAPHERS ARE from len to right: Mr. AQ--A W- j.",f? as . nfs. M Robert Rosbridge ond Mr. Andrew Purdort. 'if z iI?5Ir1nl4'dI' T., 1 w lm . A992 img. y ,,,......,,,4 1.- . i 5 Asn' 'T 41 lr 1 1. IE - 2 it '32 "fu-. 1'5" 'Wx 3' A X 1 COLUMBIA SCHOLASTIC PRESS ASSOCIATION is 'i r 'Wt ss We Q 2 is 1 M I E a .2 ft . F55 IHLEEWE N3 O 5353132 IWER HAS BEEN AVUARDED THIS FIRST PLACE, CERTIFICATE BY THE ASSOCIATION AT COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY IN THE g CITY OF NEW' YORK MARCH 13, 1964, IN ITS FORTIETI-I ANNUAL CONTEST Observer Wins First Place THE SPORTS STAFF for the Observer and Muhltohi are from left to right: Judith Boyer, Judith Kohl, Sherry Faust, Gladys Sholienberger, Eileen Stitzel, John Hart, Richard Savage, Joan Hammond, Timothy Braun, and Darrel Hinkle. SEVEN JOURNALISM I students sign up tor their senior pictures. They are from left to right: Laura Kennedy, Kathy Geho, Nancy Cassidy, Eileen Stoeber, Pamela Steiner, Joanne Moyer and Joseph Etzel. This year both the Observer and the Muhltohi achieved high ratings in their individual publication contests. ln the Columbia Scholastic Press Associatior the Observer acquired a first place, while the 1965 Muhltohi received a Keystone rating which is the highest possible rating a yearbook can receive ir the Pennsylvania School Press Association contest.: The '63-'64 publication of the Observer took on ' new appearance. Ads were written by students and were made larger. Pictures and "cuts" were alsd used in ads, if the advertiser wanted them. The biggest change was that its size was increased frorr tour to six pages. This increase brought in a lot ot extra and hard work, but after long hours of deter- mination on the part of everyone the Observer came off the presses in time for the publication dates. Y lghest Award BERS for the Observ- er are from left to right: Sharon Hodg- kins, Beverly Jones, Kathy So-bresky, Jo- Anne Blevvett, Susan Guldin, Kathy Hlatky, Filomena Rodino, Cathleen Brown, Jane Martin, Bonnie Bea- ver, Linda Kitchens, and Judith Leisey. if MR. GLENN WOODS, adviser of the Ob- server and Muhltohi, gives suggestions to Mary Shomper, edi- tor-in-chief of the Observer, and Filo- mena Rodino, editor- in-chief of the Muhl- tohi. EATURE STAFF OF Observer from left to right: Standing: Thomas Ross, Elizabeth :del George Ettele, Kenneth Lienti, John Hart, Scott Meyer, Judith Kohl, Alex Miller, nd Carolyn Carl. Seated: Aileen' Moyer, Linda Hess, Linda Sheetz, Diane Witman, udrth Frlman, Linda Brown, Miche'le Sallade, and Mary Wilson. MUHLTOHI ART STAFF from left to right: Donna Schmehl, Mr, Ronald Rhode, adviser, and Mary Se- kella. l23 ,mf 7 N 'WM' - wwf- 1' ' ' ' if K 5 .11 1 V 1 1 7 -f WED: r , Q 1 f , '1 1 1 . , , W3 1' 1 ,, 1 11: 1 1 . 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T Led by Danny Calabria, Berks County Point T Champion, the Muhls posTed an ll-5 VVesTern Di- vision mark, good enough for third place. Calabria represented Muhlenberg on both the Reading Eagle and The Reading Times All-Con- ference teams, while Tim Braun placed on The Times All-WesT-Team. Braun and Richard Reeser were the only sen- iors on the team. Calabria, Barry Rapp, Kerry Rep- pert, Fred Snyder, Larry Yentch, Roger Schmidt, KenT Weitzel, Michael Nye and Bobby Haddock all return To do batTle nexT year. l l T l DAN CALABRIA, HIGH-scoring Junior, leaps and lays if in Tor two. THESE ARE THE Times men s souls THERE ARE TlMES when Things just don'T go as planned. "NOW THIS IS how l want if run, that Try ,. iigf i..- ,-.', L 3' , at X F l W1 1 ,W RICHARD REESER, SENIOR guard, drives past a Governor Mifflin defender to score an easy basket. SCHEDULE M.T.H.S. Fleetwood o,.,,, Daniel Boone ,,,.. Kutztovvn ,,7.,,,,,, 7 Lancaster Cath. Wyomissing ,,7o,,. Schuylkill Valley Hamburg , ,..,o,,, , Tulpehocken ,o,, West Reading Alurnnl ,...u,,..7,. Wilson ,u,,,, Pottsgrove ..u,, Conrad Weiser ..,,u. Governor Mifflin OPP. 75 51 49 44 56 30 49 41 46 47 48 52 59 65 63 Wyornissing ,,,,4...u,,,,,:,.,,e Schuylkill Valley Hamburg .,,,,i..,u,u., Tulpehocken ,,.,u ,, West Reading Wilson - uu.,u,.,, 5l 73 49 64 , ..,,.. 5l Conrad Weiser ,,.,,,u e,,ee.. 5 7 Governor Mifflin .,7...,,,,.. 58 Totals Wins- 7 6 Losse s-6 A PACKED HOUSE at C. E. Cole watches Tim Braun as he starts the Muhls' five man weave offense rolling. Ten Juniors Twi To Return . . . DAN CALABRIA, THE sensational iunior center, scores two of the 462 points he scored as a Muhl basketeer in i964. 'iBARRY RAPP BURROWS his way past two defenders to tally a pair for the Muhls. Seniors Lost I PRIOR TO THE sfart of every game the Muhls always found time To become'a unit. an-iw Jw ,af ,--- H , W . wiv, ' em "GOING UP" iS Muhls' Kerry Reppert, forward, in the game against Wyomissing. ALL SEEM PARALYZED as Dan Calabria amazes both oppanenfs and feammaies wiih brilliant play. , ,L ,WM iw TOO LATE TO block a sho? is Bill Keller, Mifflin player, as Tim Braun pours in another deuce. I30 Calabria Named To All-County Team RICK REESER, QWITH-balll, proves foo much for Mustangs' Mike Eckenroth as he glides past to annex a Tally. Qin "l DETERMINATION OUTLINES THE face of Coach McLaughlin during a J.V. break. HPANDEMONIUM REIGNSH AS Mr. McLaughlin and iubilant Baby Muhls clamber happily after the county victory. HANDSHAKE5 AND CHEERS dominate the action of a triumphant J.V. squad. "LET'S GO" CHANTS an enthusiastic Muhlenberg crowd during time out. J.V.'s Annex County Crown Under the able leadership of Mr. Paul McLaughlin, the T963-64 edition of the Muhlenberg J.V.'s annexed the first Berks County Championship in the history of the school. The fine starting five consisting ot Jim Pizzo, Ken Man- willer, Terry Rhodes, Dave Smith, and Ken Lyons were both well balanced and consistent. Finishing with a 20-2 overall record, the Baby Muhls lost to Lancaster Catholic, 62-57, in non-league warfare and to Wilson, 38-37, in league competition. They faced Fleetwood in the post-season play-off for the County Crown. Pizzo, with 2i points, led the blue and gold to a 55-49 victory. Throughout the entire season, it was the fine general- ship of Terry Rhodes and the scoring abilities of Smith and Pizzo which made this J.V. team in the words of Coach McLaughlin "without a doubt the best ever." I3I Baby Muhls Own 20-2 Slate KEN MANWILLER, THE Muhls rugged cen- ter, scores on a follow-up. HIGH SCORING FORWARD, Jim Pizzo, goes up for another "two," l32 i l MR, PAUL MCLAUGHLIN is the man who masterminded the Baby Muhls to the county crown, SCHEDULE M.T.H.S. Oppo Fleetwood e,.oo, ,C Daniel Boone so G Kutztovvn ,,,7 ,,,,,7 Lancaster Cath. 7,,, A Wyomissing ,7e77e,,, Schuylkill Valley Hamburg , C,,,.e7,o , Tulpehocken ,,,, West Reading Wilson - Pottsgrove .DDV ..,,, , , Conrad Weiser ,Coa, Governor Mifflin , Wyomissing ,,,,,,,7 , Schuylkill Valley Hamburg uee,,,,,7,, Tulpehocken West Reading ee,,7.. Wilson ,777,,,,,,,..., , Conrad Weiser M , Governor Mifflin C Berks County Championship Play-off Fleetwood ,...,,, wins-20 ,Vs, lost-2 THE BACKBONE OF any team is a good field general. Terry Rhodes, 25, was that leader COACH MCLAUGHLIN GIVES his boys a few words of en- couragement before game time. . . . Pizzo Paces Scoring e e ...ol ' JIM PIZZO, 32, IS about to receive an Rhodes. assist from the hands of Terry THE FINE BACKCOURT duo of Dave Smith, 23, and Terry Rhodes, 25, is shown in action against Mifflin. DAVE SMITH SCORES on a driving lay-up. I33 COACH MARY JANE Delp gives instructions to interested players. HOLLY KNEPP AND Carol Santoni wait impatiently for oranges. SCHEDULE K- : forfeit! MTHS OPP. 3 Tvvin Valley , O O Pottsgrove ,,,,,,, 8 2 Governor Mifflin ,, 2 2 West Reading , , ,, 1 O Wilson ,,,, 2 3 Twin Valley ,,,,,, ,, O O Governor Mifflin ,,,, , 2 l West Reading , , ,,,, , - l Wilson , ,, ,,,,,,, ,,,, , 2 Won-5 Lost-4 Tied-l I34 ii JUDY KOHL, RIGHT halfback, passes the ball to an eagerly waiting rigl'iT inner. Muhleffes Exhibit Much DIANE FIES WORKS hard to get the ball for Evie Auchenbach, a very skillful riglfri Wing. l 1 l AIThough The T963 MuhleTTes' hockey team didn'T run away wiTh all The laurels, They did acquire Their share. Winning or losing, The girls kepT Their spiriT and philosophy of being a good 5pOrT. Miss Mary Jane Delp coached The girls Through endless hours of practice and pointed ouT To Them ThaT a well-balanced dieT was essenTial. The squad experienced many Tough decisions ThaT were made in a split second and always showed wonderful Team work. Refusing To quiT after Their firsT defeat, The lVluhleTTes brought hcme a 5-A-I record. This puT The Team in second place for The AlThough five members of The Team will be lost Through gradua- cenTral division. ,Aa :aft 'W-. Tion, There will be six experienced players reTurning for nexT year's varsiTy squad. Enthusiasm . . . COLETTE CLARK, A very "able" athlete eyes the opposition closely. LOLITA EBERLY, WITH a watchful eye, practices her important defensive posi- Tion-goalie. JUDY BOYER'S SPIRIT and enthusiasm is shown by her facial reactions. HOLLY KNEPP, SENIOR left wing, tries her besT to over- take a Mifflinite. COACH DELP ASICS the team if there are any questions during ,3 half-time regtl SING IT, HOLLY! While celebrating a victory, Hplly Knepp en- hances the gaiety by doing an imitation. STICKS AND KICKS are the life of a goalie. JUDY BOYER SNAGS the ball from a Mifflin player, COACH MARY JANE Delp contemplates the various maneuvers of the game. PERFORMING ONE OF their many duties, Marie Knutson and Sharon Hodgkins serve oranges. MISS DELP AND some teammates watch the game with intense interest ' k . . . In Varsity Hoc ey WNW as wk . if Golf Team Gains 2nd Place TIMOTHY WOLF tees off. SCHEDULE IVITHS OPP. I5V2 Exeter .,,... , e,,,e,,,, ,7,e, 4 V2 8 Conrad Weiser -....l2 I3 Kutztown .e,,,e,7,e e,,,e 7 I I Fleetwood ,,..f,o 9 I7V2 Schul. Valley . .7,,, QV2 I2 Wyomissing ...,7, ,,,,7 8 ISVQ Conrad Weiser . AVQ I7 Kutztown 3 4 V2 Fleetwood .,... I5 V2 I6 Schul. Valley .,,, ,7,,, 4 I 8V2 Wyomissing , oA,,o7 ,.... I V2 9 Wins 2 Losses MR. LEROY HECKMAN, coach instructs Phil Mertz. Sixty-four has proven to be a very successful year for the golf team. Mr. Leroy Heckman, golf coach, has guided the team to a 2nd place standing in the Berks County Northern Division, during his first season of coaching here at Muhlenberg. Losing none of its members, this team wiII be tar from a novice group next year. Mr. Heckrnan has high hopes tor next year, and with the coopera- tion of every member on the team, there will be nothing but victories. MICHAEL WESTLEY lines up TIM WOLF smacks the ball. RICHARD DAVIS figures out a shot KENT WEITZEL IHIQSS a IJGCIK Swing a shot. i MR. DAVID WALLS, assistant coach, em- phatically tries to correct some reoccuring 9fl'OI'S. ' THE MUHLS' LEADING ground gainer and scorer, Jim Pizzo, fl n f - . , . scoots around left end for a good gain against Governor Mifflin. BARRY RAPP, ROGER Schmidt and Terry Rho des, Three quarterbacks, are seen in their normal position, that of eluding onrushing linemen. sa il 2 il 1 r 5 L E 2 E aw aa.v4m aaa raw-wwf, 'af THE BEST OFFENSE is a good defense." Barry Wunder, iunior lineman, is saving his team by booming out one of his power- ful punts. Eight Starters To Return 1963, a year of high expectations and over- whelming confidence, turned into the first winless campaign ever recorded by a Muhl eleven. For Mr. Moll, it was his first and perhaps final year on the coaching scene. It is regrettable that Robert Griesemer, Paul Weidner, and Keith McLaughlin, the seniors this year, had to end their careers on such a sour note. With eight underclassmen returning to claim their starting positions, all concerned with foot- ball at M.T.H.S. can't help but again feel confident toward next year's club. The one bright spot of the past season is the tremendous job turned in by Sophomore James Pizzo. For his efforts, James was awarded a position on the All-County second team. MR. LEONARD MOLL, head coach, briefs Kent Meyer, defensive specialist, on his blocking assignments. LED BY PAUL Weidner, 42, and Robert Griesemer, 77, the Muhl eleven Take The field. Pizzo, Weidner Lead Backs, Wunder, Griesemer Direct Linemen BARRY RAPP, 18, runs To assist Paui Weidner who fails after gaining Yardage fo' The MUH5- "THESE ARE THE times ihat fry men's souls Here Mr. Barref Oxenreider, line coach, in ' ie-ntly watches the action. SCHEDULE M.T.H.S. Opp. 7 Daniel Boone , . 14 6 Pen Argyl . .. 24 6 Lancaster Caiholic All l8 Cornwall .. 40 O Nesquolwoning .. . 20 13 Governor Mifflin 38 6 Lebanon Catholic . 35 2 Wilson .. . . 33 6 Boyerrovvn ,,,,,L . . 35 6 Schuylkill Haven . 7 Won-O Lost-IO BARRY RAPP HAD Wl1aT ii takes 10 be a good football player. That is simply desire. FLEETFOOTED JIM PIZZO darts clown The sideline for a subsianiial gain. A GROUP OF determined linemen gather around Coach Jerome Kochinsky for pree game instructions. ITIS EASY to be a good winner, but as a constant loser life can be miserable. I W Qi. L L . jf .' . r 4 is Y I4l THE TEAM LISTENS intently as they discuss their weak points among themselves at the halftime rest. This year, under Coach Mary Jane Delp, the Muhlettes finished in second place in the Central Division. During the season, Muhlenberg scored a total of 301 points, while her opposers totaled only 228. Leading the team in a victorious season were Collette Clark and Janice Oxenreider, averaging 14.5 and 14.6 points a game, respectively. Graduation will cause a loss of only two girls from the team. They are roving players Holly Knepp and Gladys Shollenberger. With star underclassmen returning next year, the Muhlettes should have an even better sea- sonal record. Through many hours of practice, these girls developed their skills and accuracy, and should be commended for a job well done. COACH MARY JANE Delp checks her chart, contemplating who the starters will be. OPEN WIDE, PATTY! Patricia Snyder shows her enthusiasm for basketball by her facial expression. mf. Us Y lQ5..sI-2735 . rr :fix we 't'-he-w.s.,. .cf-L-git' 5, 'i ' I Muhieiies shar BEFORE THE GAME, Coach Delp asks if there are any questions. MISS DELP TELLS the team about their mistakes at halftime GET IT, COLLETTE! After one of HolIy Knepp's Tricky passes, MiffIin is very confused, as CcIIeY1e Clark Iunges forward ro receive the baII. CONCENTRATION COUNTS! HOLLY Knepp gets ready To shoot a foui snot. Second Place Honors . . . L, ,L ....,W,g,, WATCH IT, HOLLY! Tearnmaies Iook on in1entIy, as HoIIy gets ready To pass The I3aII. JANICE OXENREIDER SHOWS an expression cf dismay, when she seerningiy is "thinking things over," 4 l "GET THOSE REBOUNDS!" cry the spectators during a J.V. game. TAP THAT BALL is what the rest of The Team is thinking, 55 Collette Clark lumps for the opening tap off. I44 . . . In Central Division A RELAXlNG TEAM enioys oranges during a halftime rest. SCHEDULE MTHS Opp. 42 Twin Valley E W. 8 37 Gov, Mifflin E 39 48 West Reading T2 21 Wilson ,,,.., ,E T9 43 Twin Valley , ,E T9 22 Gov. Mifflin , , , 34 43 West Reading o,o,o E, 22 31 Wilson .. N , 33 Won-5 Lost-3 ROBIN FIES AND Holly Knepp show their agility by guarding a Mifflin player very closely. Lf" Dewalt. SMASH IT, JERRY! Gerald Dailey shows his skill by using a backhand swing when return- ing a serve. COACH OLIN MARTH explains the game to Gerald Dailey, Dennis Kenee, Richard Reeser, and Robert DENNIS KENEE DISPLAYS his abil- ity with a quick twist of the wrist. Netmen Better Last Yecir's Season Once again a tennis season has come to an end. This '64 season found the tennis team made up of eight members and in fourth place in their league. Mr. Olin Marth, who has finished his eighth season as coach, described this past season as fair. .lerry Dailey and Dennis Kenee won the Berks County Doubles Championship this year for Muhlenberg. Through graduation, the tour top men will be lost. SMASH IT, DENNIS! Dennis Kenee shows split-second timing with a graceful backhand swing. WATCH THEM, BOYS! Jeffrey Duplak, Martin Friedrich, Ken- ' neth Lyons, and Michael Smith watch a match. RICHARD REESER RUNS back to return a powerful serve. 4 1 .z . 4 X -is . f V 1 f. s e ,. tif , .,.. . 6 r ' ' any ll ns :-Si ' 4 . .. , gs, ' ' Q- Q2 i ' f6i7:+ffzf. ' L ., . ,..,..,, ,. ' f i 5fL . V-ff2fe,iQ X . ., ig ' Q,-jj ' tif - ' 2 if. is as w. II 151. SCHEDULE MTHS I Fleetwood 2 Wyomissing 2 Exeter .,,,,,,,,. 4 Kutztown 3 Wilson ,,,,,, 3 Hamburg ,,,,,,,,. 4 Gov. Mifflin 2 Fleetwood ....... I Wyomissing 2 Exeter .....,,,, 4 Kutztown .... 2 Wilson ...... 4 Hamburg .,.,.. OPP. , ,,.. A WHEN PLAYING DOUBLES, Richard Reeser gets back to take care of his side of the court. 9 -fre. 7? 4 ,. .., sv , j i f 525 . . ' ' Ti 5 X ,V K fi s, is gxr -2. . J " 9' If ' ' M,,1f. hiv 'X V I S5 A X - ll 55 4, aww. 3 ..- , fit rr.. -V' ' - ., Q, "'f5""I"?+'f-M Harriers Snare 4-6 Slate lVluhlenberg's Cross CounTry Team, which posTed a A-6 mark, was led by Tour seniors, Lee Reiniger, Tim Braun, Richard Reeser and lngus Salks. Reiniger, The capTain of The Nluhl disTance men, was noThing shorT of sensaTional ThroughouT The enTire cam- paign. AT The close of The campaign he held The course record aT Daniel Boone, Wilson, and MounT Penn. Lee held his own in The imporTanT meeTs in '63, He Tin- ished Third in The Conference Run, TiTTh in The DisTricT 3 P.I.A.A. Run, and nineTy-sixTh in The Class A STaTe NleeT which was held aT Penn STaTe. Underclassmen who did a Tremendous job ThroughouT The year were Daniel Calabria, KenneTh Lyons and David Annabelli. COACH ROBERT KNOUSE Times one of his runners SENIORS TIM BRAUN and lngus Salks descend The path To C. E. Cole during a grueling home meeT. RUNNING AGAINST THE best in The disTricT, Lee pushes himself out To The from of The pack. Won-4 Lost-6 SCHEDULE M.T.H.S. Opp. 37 Oley ..,,, 7,, ,. 18 2l Wyomissing 7,,,..,, ,..,A, 3 4 19 Mount Penn 7 77..,, L, , .,,,, 36 35 Governor Mifflin A ,,, , 20 3l Wilson ,o,,,.o7. . o,.,o.:,, L ,77o,, 24 20 Daniel Boone 7,o,o, ,o7,,, 3 5 30 Schuylkill Valley ,oo, 7oo,, 2 5 3l Twin Valley .,,,e,, ,e.. -. 24 23 Hamburg o,,, . .,,.,,.,o,,,, 7,,,, E . .o,, 32 36 Exeter L .o,ooe,,vvw,,,e,,,, 7,,e,, L 19 LEE REINIGER, SENIOR standout, holds his incessant first place position in the District 3 run. TWO-YEAR VETERAN, Rick Reeser, is seen running in his final meet as a Muhl harrier CROSS COUNTRY IS a lonely sport for a per- son as talented as Lee Reiniger. SURVIVAL OF FITTEST! David Annabelli battles to avoid a pin. ln this sport one can not be a quitter. lT'S FINALLY OVER! After an entire evening of brutal combat, the two teams meet for a fevv words of congratulations. I48 Wrestlers Acquire COACH JEROME KOCHINSKY PIN HIM, LEE! Lee Phillips, wrestling in the 180 pcund class, battles for that very important initial pin Valuable Experience After suffering the loss of many of the star grapplers last year, the Muhl matmen completed their fifth varsity season with a record of O-9. These boys, under the guidance of Mr. Jerome Kochinsky, put in many hours of tiring practices, and should be commended for their all-out ef- forts. Although the squad wasn't too successful, the experience gained by the underclassmen, who composed the squad, was valuable. SCHEDULE MTHS OPP. 8 Gov. Mifflin , e,u, W 45 2 Lancaster Cath. , , , W 52 14 Conrad Weiser , W 39 IO Schuy. Valley as H 43 14 Hamburg ,,,,a,,,a , 33 8 Pottsgrove . ,,,,,. 46 11 Daniel Boone ,..... W . 31 5 Wilson L , ,,.,,, L, , 59 11 Brandywine 49 21 Oley .,,a,,,aa ,,..,, , .... 3 9 17 Kutztown ,,a,, ,,,,,, ,,,aa, 3 7 9 Lancaster Cath. ..,.,.. ....,, 4 4 O Wins 12 Losses LETS GO, RICH! Under the watchful eye off the referee, Richard Proth eroe prepares for the beginning of his bout with a Mifflin opponent SCOTT MEYER PERFORMS a difficult from somersault. MICHAEL RICHARDS, LEFT, and John Zuchowski, right, gef necessary in fhe TOO-yard freestyle. The Swimming Team Merfz BERKS COUNTY DIVING champion Phil Mertz executes one of the dives which scored many a point for the Muhl mermen, MR. GLENN MILLER watches his team and looks very pleased Paces Mermen, Captures County Diving Crown In his second year as swimming coach at Muhlenberg, Mr. Glenn Miller guided the Muhl mermen to a 2-4 record. Philip Mertz, iunior diving specialist, annexed the individual Berks County Diving Championship. He also went into District III competition where he finished second. John Zuchowski and Michael Richards, senior freestylers, pro- vided plenty of punch in the IOO and 200-yard events as well as relays. With a large number of undetclassmen returning, the future looks bright at Muhlenberg for swimming. SCHEDULE MTHS OPP. 54 Exeter .. . I7 I4 GOV. Mifflin L .... W . 57 31 Wilson ..,,....... a,,.a, 4 6 54 Exeter , ,.,, L, .Aa,, I 23 30 Wilson ,,,,,c , 47 3I Gov. Mifflin ...,,c..., ,7,,,, 3 9 2 Wins 4 Losses ROBERT "MOOSE" HAFER fires that pitch with all his strength. "WELL, LET'S HEAR some chatter from the spectators," says Bob- by Hafer. vt rg. Jw .. , Vi ,i 'fu ,, ,, xgwtkfil ii Q A irq' , QI ' 4, K DAVID SMITH CONVERSES with one of his teammates while waiting for his turn to bat. "FIRE HARD NOW," advises catcher Barry Rapp. RUN IT OUT! Barry Rapp rounds the bases after tagging a ball. iw q. fi , If SI 1 X ADV Baseball Record "YOU'RE OUT, BATTERY' thinks Bobby Hater after firing a pitch. ii Q I I I l l 1 .V .,-gm, THERE IT GOES! When Marty Miller clots a ball, Robert Zoppel is half way to home plate, l52 Stands Af .500 Mark SCHEDULE MTHS OPP. 2 Cocalico ,, .... V... 3 3 Gov. Mifflin .,, .... 4 6 Schul. Valley .,.. 5 y 7 Brandywine ..,, 4 l l Fleetwood ..,,, 3 i 7 Kutzfown ..o,,, 14 3 Hamburg 4 i 6 Hamburg 8 l IO Brandywine .off O 3 Kulztown l 3 Fleetwood 2 l 8 SC!-lul' Valley -,'-YY'YhYA- an ll HURRY, PAUL! PAUL Weidner makes 6 Wins 6 LOSSES it to third on a single. GET HIM, DAN! First baseman Dan Calabria has To jump Yo gel a ball that was thrown To him. COACH LEROY SEIP motions Steve Pradon to go ahead to home plate. 'ff "WAY TO GO," says Dan Calabria as Barry Rapp Tags home plate. LET'S GO, TEAM! Michael Murray seems to be in a trance as he walches the game. l53 COACHES LEROY SEIP and Carl Richie speak to right fielder Robert Zoppel. JUDY KOHL SHOWS an expression of dismay while watching the game. Unclerclcissmen Show Promise Compiling a six win, six loss record for l964, the Muhl diamondmep, under the coaching of Mr. Leroy Seip, held The Third place standing in the Northern Di- vision. Although the first half of the season was not as successful at it was hoped to be, the diamondmen ended strongly by winning their last four games. Through graduation the Muhls will lose three pitchers, a short stop, and three outfielders. With this loss Mr. Seip will still have eight returning lettermen next year. His only worry for next year will be his pitching staff. DAVID "CHIP" SMITH makes it to third on a hard hit ball. XV SMASH IT, PAUL! Paul Weidner, shortstop, smacks a ball way out in left field. M hl PI "500" B II u s. ay ci COME ON, TEAM! Mr. Robert D. Shipe and Dr. John W. Khouri pay close attention at a baseball game. GET HIM, CHIP! Second baseman David "Chip" Smith tries to tag a runner when he tries to steal to second base. 11. COACH MILLER ASKS some questions before The meet begins. Although The cindermen finished their season with no wins, Mr, Glenn Miller, coach for Two years, said that The Team had an excellent morale and a Total of 175 hours of pracTice per individual. Senior Lee Reiniger, outstanding distance runner, earned throughout The season a Total of 55 points which would have enabled him to win a meet himself. Lee parTicipaTed in The District Meet at Lancaster and earned himself a 5Th place. Despite The loss of eight senior members, Mr. Miller has greaT hopes for The coming season. A , .iff .hire DARREL HINKEL THROWS the iavelin, as spectators watch in- tently. Cinclermer LEE REINIGER IS Tired by The time he LARRY YENTSCH HEAVES the discus with all his might! reaches the finish line. l l i 'l Q ii Q Z SCHEDULE MTHS OPP. 51 Exeter ..V7 , ,,, 75 6 22V2 Gov. Mifflin --l O3V2 62V2 Wilson ,..7,,,, 63V2 60 Schuy. Valley 66 Team also participated in: Albright Invitational Meet Wilson Invitational Meet West Reading lnterscholas- tic Meet Venzke Relays Gov. Mifflin Victory Meet District lll Meet Berks County Championship Meet O Wins 4 Losses howecl . . . JUST MADE IT! Russell Fatkin watches as one of his fellow cindermen participates in the pole vault- ing contest. HOP, SKIP, JUMP! Freddy Snyder displays his talents, when he completes a successful broad jump. KEITH MCLAUGHLIN PONDERS about how he will throw the iavelin. COACH GLENN MILLER and senior cinder- man Carl Lutz watch some runners intently. AND THEY'RE OFF! Muhlenber g's tracksters get off to a good start. . . . Mucl' HEAVE IT, KENNY! Kenneth Manwiller shows stress and strain through his facial expressions as he prepares to put the shot. GEORGE JANUSZAK PREPARES to throw The lavelin and anticipates his mark. AS SPECTATORS LOOK on, George Januszak throws the iavelin. X. Enthusiasm V. LOOK THEM OVER! The fracksfers check out their competition for The iave- linthrow. LEE REINIGER LEADS The pack in The grueling mile. AS THEIR OPPONENTS perform, Russell Fatkin, Jere Schaeffer, and Fred Snyder rest while preparing for Their turn at the broadiump. AS THE GUN sounds, Joseph Januszak gets off to a good start. RANDY WAGONSELLER RELAXES after a firing race. BEFORE THE MEET, The cindermen get Together To plan some siralegy. I59 ARCHERY SOFTBALL SPEEDBALL Intramurals Sports HC 1 1 L N L J , if W ML.. HOCKEY VOLLEYBALL 5 a park rogram VOLLEYBALL BASKETBALL L LEY SPE EDBALL 1 , h ,. LA 1 - ' '. .- " .Eff fl Sliiizsw- 1 "" 1 "f li' T3i.fa1' izmfxf 'xfi ' 11 J ARCHERY BASKETBALL 162 School Mourns Death Of MR. DONALD L. FETTERMAN Succeeding Mr. Lloyd L. CScoop1 Clem- ens as the district's athletic director last November, Mr. Donald L. Fetterman, in a short time, improved the sports pro- gram every way he knew how. His affiliations with sports were many and varied. In 1963, Mr. Fetterman was chosen as Director of Athletics and on May 13, 1964 he was elected to the position of Tri-County Football League president. Also, he had served as com- missioner for umpires for the Berks Schol- astic Baseball Conference. As a teacher he was a jovial, pleasant man who understood the young people of today. Whether in the driver training car or in the classroom, Mr. Fetterman made you feel welcome, at home, and relaxed. . . Director Of Athletics, Teacher, Ancl Friend - Mr. Donald L. Fetterman Although he always had many things on his mind, his outward appearance was always very calm and collected. Robert Reigner, sports writer of the Reading Times, said, "YOU DON'T RE- PLACE MEN LIKE DON FETTERMAN. YOU SUBSTITUTE FOR THEM." Mr. Fetterman died on May 21, 1964. Won 1033 . . Lost 371 Mr Lloyd "Scoop" Clemens Muhltohi Solutes Mr. Clemens Once called "the greatest coach Berks County has ever seen," Mr. Lloyd L. Clemens began his coaching and Teaching career in 1927 at Ontelaunee Vocational School now known as Schuylkill Valley. ln 1942 he was named to the faculty ot Muhlenberg High. One of the unique features of his career was that the first tive Teams he coached were champions. They were baseball in 1943 and soccer, baseball, Track, basketball in 1944. He coached basketball until 1948, and in the same year Clemens guided the "Muhls" to their first county championship in football, only three years after the sport's inauguration. Clemens coached soccer, football, basketball, baseball, track, girls' softball CDiamond Lilsl, county champs for many years and tennis in the Berks Recreation League. During the "war" years he had the Tull burden ot having to coach all the sports at M.T.H.S. lt was during these years that Muhlenberg had the unique record of winning close to 1OO games of basketball while losing only ten. In 1947 he was bestowed the high honor of being named "Coach of the Year" by The Reading Times. Mr. Clemens is not only a great coach, but is an even greater man, one which Muhlenberg can ill afford to lose. Mr. Clemens retired as director of athletics in Tall of 1963. COACHING RECORDS 1927-57 Football Won 93 . . Lost 51 . . Tied 4 . . Pct. 646 Soccer Won 75 . . Lost 55 . . Pct. .577 Track Won 30 . . Lost 15 . . Pct. .666 Basketball Won 270 . . Lost 110 . Pct. .710 Baseball Won 565 . . Lost 140 . Pct. .800 Total Pct. .734 ,, ,,.. .. r-.. un :ne park Ctlh H W'0RI.D5S ld 1' 'ff FAIIR PREVIEY 1"iViI1f'f "wt cfs the ": "Af introf' 'Z xj'lV i f W M' ,Q 60' 01 as X V M5 4909 be 11393 M3 . 15 x at of 'gilt 119 019 , 0 W' 6' Q! 39' A", Q5 I I eq II- E I- Qdligggedf Tl-HE BIG JVCDRLDS PAIRS TV0Ii? LD1'S 1z Iuf.:1f:s11Mfu w eaffax ww N010 or .' s io e I i " J, no n Do I I tn 3 , . r W2 IWll 2fr A F, I Quiet Contg,,,LZQ3tTgli7IiclaeIr11pge,o V . ' ' 1 w - A Mad M le , or CC Bild of World?5 Fair f Controversy 0 mplzsh A FAI bf full ofwonder and thunder -,,,...--' IWC A day in the lite of a Muhlenberg Teacher holds many things-schoolwork, housework, relaxation, entertainment, and finally sleep. The dedicated Teacher is continually studying and pursuing knowledge so that she can better herself for the betterment of her students. This is the side of the teacher that is always in the spotlight. But, what about the human side? A teacher is not merely a taulttinding machine. She cares for her home and all that it contains. She spends leisure moments with a devoted pet. She enjoys a much deserved rest. We hope the story these pictures tell will enable everyone to realize that a teacher's work is never done. Dawn Of Another Today I68 . . . Comes A Chapter To Help Explain The Desfinecl Saga . . Of The Uncountecl Hours Of A Dedicated Teacher. si k ":71 .,L?L,', '.,iig2:1.'5:IE':i" ' ww. .- A wx - f --.:.-ziwfilzi,ziwamff M y , , 5' 'T "" I4'H.::::1"mE: V K Er Haw ? J H ag 5 1-J,-,,.Q,5.f,-,fwff Q S, K.. , K sf W S 1 ui' 3 1 S , 2 I72 Working, eating, and sleeping are Three necessary habits of both The Teacher and The student, however, lite holds much more Than These for The teacher, as previously shown, and for The student. Although The Typical student is kept busy most ot The day with everything from oral reports To Term papers, he still finds Time for relaxation, which may in- clude watching TV, sketching in charcoals, or lust fooling with The family pet. Perhaps The sTudenT's main enemy is a Thief called PROCRA5TlNATlON. Since a day-is only so long, it is otten hard To accomplish both The Tasks that are re- quired and Those that are enjoyed. All considered, Teacher and student, Though in opposite positions, need, want, and enjoy, The same Things in life-love, security, and happiness. In Contrast, The Student . . . T w 1 I74 . . . Maintains A Similar Pace, . . Alf was . . . Sfuclying, Working, And Relaxing . . . i I QS 1 A. L I 7 8 . . . To Achieve Success, Security, Happiness, And Satisfaction In The Future Senior Directory ADAM, EDWIN T. 3150 Center Ave., Reading Industrial Student Council ADAMS, JOAN E. 213 Jefferson St., Hyde Park Academic Mixed Chorus, Y-Teens, Student Council, G.A.A., Intramural-Hockey, Basketball, Volleyball, Society For Academic Achievement ANGSTADT, MARY A. 3048 River Rd., Reading Commercial Office Practice Club ANGSTADT, PAUL A. 3048 River Rd., Reading Industrial BILLNIAN, CLAUDE W. 617 Hartman Ave., Temple Academic Intramural-Volleyball, Basketball, Speedball BLEWETT, JOANNE 3345 Harrison Ave., Muhlenberg Park Academic Y-Teens, G.A.A., F.T.A., Library Club, Observer, News Editor, Muhltohi, Intramural -Hockey, Basketball, Volleyball, World Lit., Honor Society, Society For Academic Achievement BLOEDOW, ROSALYN N. 177 Bernhart Ave., Hyde Park Commercial Y-Teens, F.B,L.A., president, Typing Club, Bookkeep- ing Club PROJECT SWEDITH WEAVING. Rosalyn Bloedow progresses with a design she chose to work with. ANNABALLI, PIERRE 4233 Eighth Ave., Temple Academic Hall Patrol, Intramural-Volleyball, ball, Crass Country, Varsity Track AQUILINE, RONALD J. 3430 Montclair Ave., Laureldgle Academic Muhl Revue, Intramurals - Volleyball, Basketball Speedball AULENBACH, JOHN W. 3408 Kutztown Rd., Laureldale Industrial Intramural-Volleyball, Basketball, Speedball, Bowling BARE, JEANNE A. 305 Mayberry Ave., Hyde Villa Commercial Y-Teens, Office Practice Club BATZ, DONALD L. 3300 Marion Ave., Laureldale Industrial BEAVER, BONNIE G. 3427 Freemont St., Laureldale Academic Horizon Club, president, Observer, Muhltofii, Color Guard BEECHER, SANDRA L. 2156 Adams St., Reading Commercial Office Practice Club BENTON, SANDRA L. 125 Jefferson St., Hyde Park Commercial F.B.L.A., Office Practice Club Basketball, Speed- 180 BONANNO, GERALD A. 707 El Hatco Dr., Temple Academic Mixed Chorus, County Chorus, Muhleteers, Sr. Class Play, Muhl Revue, Varsity Football, World Lit. BORDER, DARWIN F. 705 Mt. Laurel Ave., Temple Academic BOYER, KARAL A. 625 Columbia Ave., Temple Academic Mixed Chorus, U.N. Club, Sr. Club BOYER, GERALD A. 5003 Leesport Ave., Temple General BOYER, LYNN 5106 Lamont St., Temple Academic Hall Patrol, Intramural-Speedball, BOYER, WILLIAM J. B18 Rainbow Ave., Riverview Park Academic BRANCO, DENNIS J. 5118 Wilshire R., Temple Industrial BRAUN, TIMOTHY M. 3407 McKentIy St., Laureldale Academic Hall Patrol, Student Council, Varsity Club, Sr. Class President, Observer, Sports Editor, Muhllohi, Spgrtg Editor, Intramural-Volleyball, Speedball, Varsity gasketball, Varsity Baseball, Cross Country, Muhl evue Class Play, Accompanist Bowling BROWN, CATHLEEN A. 1200 Whitner Rd., Riverview Park Academic Observer, Muhltohi, Card Club BROWN, LINDA K. 405 S. Temple Blvd., Temple Academic Y-Teens, Sr. Class Secretary, Observer, Muhltohi, Activities Editor, Muhl Revue, Cheerleader, Yell Queen, lntramuralfHockey, Basketball, Volleyball BURKERT, SANDRA L. 3429 Fulton St., Laureldcle Academic Y-Teens, Intramural A Hockey, Girls' Varsity Basketball BURNS, JUDY A. 3309 Fairfield St., Laureldale Commercial Y-Teens, F.B.L.A., Typing Club, CAMILLI, OLIVIA M. 1016 Elnare Ave., Temple Basketball, Bowling, Bookkeeping Club Academic Y-Teens CARL, CAROLYN A. 4321 Tenth Ave., Temple Academic Y-Teens, Observer, Muhltahi, Underclassmen Editor, G.A.A., F.T.A., Intramural-Hockey, Girls' Varsity Basketball Mgr., World Literature CLAAR, THOMAS 201 Bellevue Ave., Muhlenberg Park Industrial COCHRAN, CHARLES A. 831 Bellevue Ave., Laureldale Academic Intramural-Volleyball, Speedball, Bowling, Varsity Baseball CONNER, DARRYL 508 El Hatco Drive, Temple Academic Blue Band, Mixed Chorus, Debating, Student Council, President, U.N. Club, Sr. Class Play, Card Club, Track Mgr., Honor Society, Society For Academic Achievement, Salutatorian , CORRIDEN, PATRICIA B. , 33 Sumit Ave., Hyde Park I Commercial U I Y-Teens, Typing Club, Office Practice, Advertising , Mgr. for Observer I CRAMER, SANDRA L. X 25 Monroe St., Hyde Park I Academic I Blue Band, vice-president, County Band, Y-Teens, G.A.A., secretary, F.T.A., Honor Society, Society For Academic Achievement, Intramural-Volleyball, Hock- , ey, Basketball, Bowling, Varsity Hockey 1 CRUMMETT, JAMES B. 3355 Sheidy Ave., Muhlenberg Park Academic DAILY GERALD M 4103 Fifth Ave., Temple Academic Intramural Volleyball Basketball Varsity Tennis DAVIS CAROL R 3309 Willow Grove Ave., Muhlenberg Park Academic Blue Band Sec-Treasurer, Y-Teens, G.A.A., F.T.A Class Play Intramural Hockey Basketball o For Academic Achievement DELONG SUZETTE Laurel Hill Box 117 Temple RD?fA1 Commercial Blue Horizon Club, vice-president, Typing Club, Book keeping Club, Office Practice DEWALT ROBERTJ JR 605 Columbia Ave., Temple Academic Blue Band- Show Band- Mixed Chorus' Muhl Revue intramural-Volleyball, Basketball, Speedball, Varsity Tennis , . Sr. I , - , , V leyball, Reading Science Fair, Honor Society, Society r i V Fc. , . . DRESHER, JUDITH J. V 1 3534 Arlington St., Laureldale i l u Academic Mixed Chorus, Muhlaires, Y-Teens, G.A.A., Sr. Class Play, Color Guard, Captain, F.S.A., President - V ,I it DUNKLE LARRY J 742 Mt. Laurel Ave., Temple Industrial Society For Academic Achievement EBERLY LOLITA B 626 Euclid Ave., Temple - Academic ii Blue Band, Show Band, District Orchestra, County ' h Band, County Orchestra, Mixed Chorus, Y-Teens, J' G.A.A., president, F.T.A., Muhl Revue, Intramural- ii Hockey, Basketball, Volleyball, Swimming Bowling, Varsity Hockey, Basketball ELLINGSWORTH, MARCIA L. 224 Mayberry Ave., Hyde Villa Commercial Y-Teens, Muhl Revue, Feature Maiorette, Intramural- Hockey, Office Practice Club ELLIS, ANNA MARIE 618 Hartman Ave., Temple Academic Y-Teens, G.A.A., F.T.A., Intramural-Hockey, Basket- ball, Volleyball, F.S.A., Girls' Basketball Mgr. ETTELE, GEORGE H. IV 3332 Willow Grove Ave., Muhlenberg Park Academic Mixed Chorus, Hall Patrol, Sr. Class Play, Muhl Re- vue, Observer, Adv. Mgr., Intramural-Volleyball, Bas- ketball, Varsity Football, Golf FALLER, MICHAEL R. 3608 Gray St., Laureldale Academic Intramural-Speedball FETTERMAN, DAVID B. 701 N. Temple Blvd., Temple Academic Hall Patrol, Muhl Revue, Stage Crew, World Litera- ture, Intramural-Basketball, Honor Society GARBER, JUDITH A. 5103 Casa Granda Rd., Temple Commercial Office Practice Club GATELY, THEDA E. 709 S. Temple Blvd., Temple Commercial Blue Horizon, Student Council, Bookkeeping Club, Office Practice Club GEHRKE, CAROL A. 3422 Freemont St., Laureldale Commercial Y-Teens, Library Club, Typing Club, Office Practice Club, Color Guard, Intramural-Bowling GOGLIUZZA, ELVIRA M. 520 Fenna. Ave., Hyde Park Academic Y-Teens, Student Council, G.A.A., Muhl Revue, Intra- mural-Hockey, Basketball, Volleyball, Bowling GRAEFF, DAVID W. 3320 Holtry Sf, Laureldale Academic Mixed Chorus, Muhleteers, Hall Patrol, Intramural- Speedball, Varsity Baseball Mgr. GRICOSKIE, JANICE A. 904 Sutters Mill Lane, Temple Commercial F.B.L.A., Office Practice Club GRIESEMER, ROBERT W. 1210 Mt. Laurel Ave., Temple Academic Mixed Chorus, County Chorus, Muhleteers, Hall Pa- trol, Muhl Revue, Intramural-Volleyball, Varsity Football, All County, Tri-County, World Literature, Honor Society, Society For Academic Achievement KEITH McLAUGHI.N COULD be looking to what is ahead of graduation. GRILL, JOHN L. 3425 Fairfield St., Laureldale Academic Blue Band, Show Band, Mixed Chorus, Muhl Revue, U.N. Club, Intramural-Bowling GUSLEY, MICHAEL J. 816 Hartman Ave., Temple Industrial HA.AS, THOMAS M. 3318 McKently St., Laureldale General HAFER, HENRY A. 725 Tuckerton Ave., Temple Academic Intramural-Basketball, World Literature HAFER, ROBERT A. B38 Elm St., Riverview Park Academic Hall Patrol, Intramural-Volleyball, Basketball, Bowl- ing, Varsity Football, Baseball, Honor Society HART, JOHN W. 4240 Eight Ave., Temple Academic Mixed Chorus, District Chorus, State Chorus, Muhle- teers, Sr. Class Play, Muhl Revue, Observer, Muhltohi, IntramuralfVolIeybaIl, Basketball HASSLER, GEORGE L. 401 George St., Hyde Crest Academic HAUCK, WILLIAM H. 1003 Midway Ave., Temple Industrial Intramural-Volleyball, Basketball, Bowling, Varsity Baseball HEEBNER, DONALD E. 618 EI Hotco Dr., Temple Industrial Intramural-Volleyball, Basketball, Speedball, Bowling HEEFNER, JACKSON L. 5021 Kutztown Rd., Temple Academic Blue Band, lntramuralfVoIIeybaII, Basketball, Speed- ball HEFFNER, .JANICE J. 3537 Gray St., Laureldale Home Economics Y-Teens HERB, LESLYN F. 3210 Earl St., Laureldale Commercial Y-Teens, G.A.A., Library Club, Office Practice Club HIESTER, CAROL A. 728 Euclid Ave, Temple Academic Y-Teens, Muhl Revue, G.A.A,, Color Guard, Honor Society, Society For Academic Achievement, Intra- mural-Hockey, Basketball, Bowling HOCH, JEANETTE C. 4010 Kutztown Rd., Temple Commercial Y-Teens, Typing Club, Office Practice Club HODGKINS, SHARON A. 404 N, Temple Blvd., Temple Academic Y-Teens, G.A.A., F.T.A., Muhl Revue, Observer, Muhltohi, Intramural-Hockey, Basketball, Volleyball, Bowling, Swimming, Girls' Basketball Mgr., Hockey Mgr. HOFFMAN, DANIEL L. B09 Tuckerton Ave., Temple Academic Varsity Football HOLLAND, EDWARD 602 Euclid Ave., Temple General HUMBERT, BARRY S. 3425 Gray St., Laureldale Academic Hall Patrol, World Literature, Honor Society, Society For Academic Achievement, Valedictorian HUMMEL, GLORIA J. 123 Spring Valley Rd., Temple Commercial Y-Teens, Typing Club, Intramural-Hockey, Basket- ball, Volleyball IRWIN, BARRY N. 500 Madison Ave., Hyde Crest Academic Mixed Chorus, County, Chorus, Muhleteers, F.T.A. Reading Science Fair, Honor Society, Society For Academic Achievement JACKSON, CAROL J. 152 Madison Ave., Hyde Park Commercial Mixed Chorus, Y4Teeris, president, Office Practice Club, Typing Club WARREN ULLE LISTENS to the topic of discussion during an econamicn class. JANUSZAK, GEORGE A. 2202 Fernwaod St., Laureldale Industrial KATZENMOYER, MELVIN W. 2106 Little St., Laureldale Academic lntramural7Bowling KEEHN, KERRY 3206 Earl St., Laureldale Industrial Mixed Chorus, Intramural-Bowling KELLER, PATRICIA A. 3420 Montrose Ave., Laureldale Academic F.S.A. KITCHENS, LINDA L. 1004 Midway Ave., Temple Academic Y-Teens, Observer, Muliltalii, Calor Guard, Intramural gBowling KLINE, CAROLYN L. 803 Tuckerton Ave., Temple Commercial F.B.L.A., Bookkeeping Club KNEPP, HOLLY B. 3203 Kutztown Rd., Laureldale Academic YvTeens, G.A,A., F.T A., Muhl Revue, Varsity Hockey, Basketball, Sewing Club, Maiorettes, Flag Leader, Intramural-Hockey, Basketball, Volleyball, Bowling KNUTSON, MARIE A. 3325 Harrison Ave., Muhlenberg Park Academic Blue Band, Show Band, Y-Teens, G.A.A,, F.T.A., Cheerleading, Intramural-Hockey, Basketball, Volley- ball, Girls' Hockey Mgr., Reading Science Fair, Hon- or Society, Society For Academic Achievement KOHL, .IUDITH A. 3132 Nobel St., Laureldale Academic Y-Teens, Student Council, G.A.A., Muhl Revue, Mai- orettes, Observer, Muhltohi, Sports Editor, Sewing Club, Honor Society, Intramural-Hockey, Basketball, Volleyball, Varsity Hockey KOSTURA, PAULINE M. 3421 Eisenbrown Rd., Riverview Park Academic Y-Teens, F.T.A. KRAMER, SHARON S. K. 3615 Eisc-nbrown Rd., Riverview Park Commercial Blue Band, Y-Teens, Muhl Revue, Office Practice Club, Intramurals-Bowling KRICK, GAIL M. 3607 Gray St., Laureldale Commercial Y-Teens, Library Club, Typing Club, Honor Society KROTT, RICHARD D. Mt. Laurel Rd., RDilf1, Temple Industrial Hall Patrol, IntramuralfVoIIeybaII, Speedball, Bas- ketball, Bowling I8I Senior Directory LEISEY, JUDITH J. 4206 Fourth Ave., Temple Academic Y-Teens, G.A.A., Color Guard, Observer, Muhltotri Senior Section Editor, lntramural-Hockey, Volleyball Basketball, Bowling LESSlE STEPHEN L. 2128 Fernwood St., Reading Academic Track LUTZ, CARL T. 3300 Arlington St., Laureldale Industrial Mixed Chorus, Hall Patrol, Track, Varsity Football, Swimming, Intramurals-Volleyball, Bowling MABRY, CAROL R. 213 Alabama Ave., Riverview Park Academic Y-Teens MALTBY, RONALD B. 514 El Hatco Dr., Temple Academic MANWILLER, R. BRUCE 4310 Eighth Ave., Temple Academic Debating Club, World Literature, lntramural-Speed' ball MARKS, 1919 County St., Laureldale Academic Varsity Club, Muhl Revue, Baseball, lntramural- Volleyball, Speedball, Bowling MARTIN, JANE E. A104 Fifth Academic Y-Teens, Observer- Muhltohi. Hockey, Basketball, Volleyball MATTES, SANDRA L. B25 Floret Ave., Riverview Park Commercial Mixed Chorus, Y-Teens, Office Practice Club McCARTER, LlNDA E. 3336 Stoudt's Ferry Bridge Rd. Riverview Park Commercial F.B.L.A., Typing Club, Office Practice Club McGONlGAL, MICHAEL Ruth's Trailer Park, Reading Industrial MCLAUGHUN, KEITH C. 726 Mt. Laurel Ave., Temple Academic Hall Patrol, Mixed Chorus, Varsity Football, Track, World ciety, Society For Academic Achievement, Salutatorian METRZ, SHARON S. 1176 Whitner Rd., Riverview Park Commercial Y-Teens, Typing Club, Office Practice Club MEYER, SCOTT C. 4324 Kutztown Rd., Temple Academic Blue Band, Muhl Revue, Student Photographer, Var- sity Swrmmrng, lntramural-Volleyball, Basketball, Speedball, Bowling MlCHALSKl, MICHAEL F. 1124 Mt, Laurel Ave., Temple industrial lntrarnural-Volleyball, Speedball, Bowling MOHN, SANDRA E. 4145 Seventh Ave., Temple Commercial Mixed Chorus, County Chorus, Muhlaires, Y-Teens, Office Practice Club, Muhl Revue MORGAN, JOHN C. 620 Elm Ave., Muhlenberg Park Academic MOYER, JANET L. 3201 Raymond St., Laureldale Academic Debating Club, Y-Teens, U.N. Club, F.T.A., Honor Society, Maiorette Announcer, Student Council MULLEN, DONALD H. 120 Bernhart Ave., Hyde Park Academic Muhl Revue MUNDELL, RONALD P. 3319 Freemont St., Laureldale lndustrial Intramural-Volleyball, Stage Craft Club JAMES C. Ave., Temple G.A.A,, intramural- lntramural-Volleyball, Literature, Honor So- I82 MUSS-ER, STEVEN J. 3503 Chestnut St., Laureldale Academic Mixed Chorus, County Chorus, Muhleteers, Muhl Revue NAGLE, CHRISTINE D. Box 17 RD9fA1, Temple Commercial V-Teens, Typing Club, Office Practice Club NARDO, ElLEEN 3530 Earl St., Laureldale Commercial Mixed Chorus, Y-Teens, Library Club, Typing Club, Office Practice Club OXENREIDER, PEGGY A. 3019 Kutzton Rd., Hyde Park Academic Mixed Chorus, Y-Teens, G.A.A., F.T A., Mcriorettes, Field Marshal- Intramural-Hockey, Basketball, Volley- ball, Varsity Hockey PASKOS, PETRA D. 300 Darby St., Temple General Mixed Chorus, Muhlaires PRICE, RICHARD N. 519 Vesta Place, Hyde Park Academic Student Photographer RAUENZAHN, MARGARET A. B27 Tuckerton Ave., Temple Commercial Y-Teens, Typing Club, Office Practice Club REBER, LYNDELL R. 917 Grove St., Laureldale Commercial Y-Teens, secretary, F.B.L.A., secretary, Muhl Revue, Maiorettes, Senior Baton Leader, Office Practice Club- lntramural-Hockey, Honor Society l REED, RONALD W. 305 Bellevue Ave., Muhlenberg Fark Academic Mixed Chorus, Muhleteers, Hall Patrol, World Litera- ture, lntramural-Volleyball, Basketball, Speedball, Bowling, Honor Society, Society For Academic Achieve- ment REESER, RICHARD D. 702 El Hatco Dr., Temple Academic Varsity Club, Varsity Basketball, Tennis, Cross Coun- try, lntramuralfVollcyball, Speedball REINIGER, LEE R. 516 Elm Ave., Muhlenberg Park Academic Blue Band, Show Band, Mixed Chorus, Hall Patrol Cross Country, Intramural QVolleyball, Basketball Speedball RENTECHLER, LlNDA J. Frush Valley Rd., Temple Commercial Y-Teens, F.B.L.A., Typing Club, Office Practice Club RHOADS, DIANE M. 4114 Seventh Ave., Temple Academic Y-Teens, Blue Band CORRECT CALCULATING IS an important part of bookkeeping. Leonard Whitehead takes care- ful steps in calculating. Varsity Club, vice president, Muhl Revue, Track- 1 RICHARDS, MICHAEL J. 703 Wagon Wheels Lane, Temple Industrial Swimming, lntranrural+Speedball RODlNO, FlLOMENA M. 3325 Montclair St., Laureldale Academic Y-Teens, G.A.A., correspondinq secretary, F.T.A,, Sr. Class Play, Cheerleading, Observer, News Editor, Muhltohi, Editor-in-Chief, lntramurale-Hockey, Basket- ball, Volleyball, Muhl Revue, Honor Society, Society For Academic Achievement ROHRBACH, ALLEN S. 3314 Ridgeway St., Laureldale Academic Muhl Revue, Hi-Y, lntramurolbBawling ROLAND, DAVID W. 725 Acacia Ave, Riverview Park Academic Blue Band, Shaw Band, Mixed Chorus, County Chorus, State Chorus, District Chorus, Muhleteers ROTHENBERGER, CATHERINE M. 520 Vesta Place, Hyde Park Commercial Mixed Chorus, Y-Teens, Student Council, Bookkeeping Club, Office Practice Club SABATINO, JUDlTH A. 4866 Eighth Ave., Temple General Typing Club, Office Practice Club SACHAETTA, ROBERT 601 Elnorc Ave., Temple Academic lntramuraleSpeedball, Bowling, Track, Cross Country SALKS, lNGUS P. 3208 Stout's Ferry Bridge Rd., Riverview Park Academic Sr. Class Historian, Intramural-eSpeedball, World Literature, Track, Cross Country SALLADE, MICHELE M. 108 Bernhart Ave., Hyde Pork General Observer, Feature Editor, Muhftohi, Feature Editor SCHAlCH, FRED E. 4141 Seventh Avc., Temple Academic Blue Band, Student Council SCHMEHL, DONNA R. 3511 Eisenbrown Rd., Riverview Park Academic Student Council, Secretary, Muhltohi, mural:Hockey, Basketball, Volleyball SCl'lONlNG, KATHLEEN N. Chapin Apt., Temple Commercial F.B.L.A., Typing Club SClANNA, MARY J. 3522 Kutzto-wn Rd., Laureldale Academic Mixed Chorus, Intramural-Hockey, World Literature SEAMAN, GEORGE F. 1407 Frush Valley Rd., Laureldale Industrial SEIDEL. ELIZABETH K. 501 Elm Ave., Muhlenberg Park Academic Mixed Chorus, County Chorus, Muhlaires, Muhllohi, F.T.A., Observer, Feature Editor, World Literature, Honor Society, Society for Academic Achievement SEKELLA, MARY R. 538 Columbia Ave., Temple Academic Y-Teens, Muhl Revue, Maiorettes, Band Maiorette, Muhltohi, Art Staff, Typing Club, Society For Aca- demic Achievement SHALTER, SANDRA L. 300 Bellevue Ave., Muhlenberg Park Commercial Y-Teens, Office Practice Club, Maiorettes SHERMAN, LlNDA L. 1433 Fresh Valley Rd., Temple Commercial Y-Teens, Typing Club, Office Practice Club SCHOLLENBERGER, GLADYS A. 4101 Fifth Ave., Temple Academic Mixed Chorus, Y-Teens, G.A.A., F.T.A., Observer, Sports Editor, Muhltohi, Intramural-Hockey, Basket- ball, Volleyball, Bowling, Varsity-Hockey, Basketball SHOMPER, MARY E. Sefranka Rd., Temple RD7E1 Academic Mixed Chorus, F.T.A., president, Maiorette Announcer, Observer, Editor-in-Chief, Muhltohi, World Literature G. Art Staff, lntrae "I STUDIED THREE hours for that test and I still failed," exclaims Linda Waldbiesser. SHOWERS, JEANETTE L. 4I9 Eisenbrown Rd., Hyde Crest i Commercial Typing Club, Office Practice Club SIDELLA, RAYMOND S. ' 5205 Leesport Ave., Temple Academic l Muhlenberg Cyclist Association SKROCKI, DOROTHY L. 759 Euclid Ave., Temple Commercial F.B.L.A.: Muhl Revue: Cheerleading, Yell Queen: Ol- fice Practice Club SNYDER, ROBERT L. 2908 Kutztown Rd., Hyde Park Academic Muhl Revue: Hi-Y: Intramural-Speedboll I SPOHN, CYNTHIA A. 3409 Oak St., Laureldale Academic Y'Teensg Student Council: G.A,A.: F.T.A.: Sr. Class Play, Student Director: Muhl Revue: Intramural-Hoclv ey, Basketball, Volleyball, Bowling: Honor Society: Society For Academic Achievement STAMM, LINDA L. , 938 Whitner Rd., Riverview Park Commercial Mixed Chorus, Muhlaires, Bookkeeping Club, Office Practice Club STEELY, DIANN M. 613 Floret Ave., Riverview Park Commercial Office Practice Club, Bookkeeping Club STEPHENSON, BARRY L. 823 Elm St., Riverview Park Industrial Hall Patrol: Varsity Club: Intramural-Basketball, Speedball STETZLER, CAROL A. 3425 Marian St., Laureldale Commercial Y-Teens, Office Practice Club -l STOLTZFUS, DALE C. 4243 Sixth Ave., Temple Academic Hall Patrol, Reading Science Fair STOLTZFUS, DEAN C. 4243 Sixth Ave., Temple Academic Hall Patrol STORM, ROBERT J. JR. l6I9 Mt. Laurel Ave., Temple Industrial Hall Patrol: Muhl Revue: Stage Crew: Intramural- Valleyball, Basketball, Speedball: Varsity Baseball TOBIAS, DONALD 3502 Oak St., Laureldale Academic Reading Science Fair TROUT, STANLEY L. 4l0 Emerson St., Laureldale Academic Mixed Chorus: Baseball: lntramuralfVolleyball, Speed- ball, Basketball, Bowling ULLE, WARREN T. 40 Penna, Ave., Hyde Park Academic Mixed Chorus, Muhleteers, World Literature, Honor Society, Society For Academic Achievement VALERIANO, ANDREA P. l402 Mt. Laurel Ave., Temple Academic Y-Teens, F.T.A., Honor Society, Society For Academic Achievement WALDBIESSER, LINDA R. 409 Muhlenberg St., Hyde Villa Commercial Bookkeeping Club, Office Practice Club WEIDNER, PAUL J. 3606 Gray St., Laureldale Academic Varsity Club, president: Varsity Football, Baseball WENTZEL, DANIEL J. BI5 Elm St., Riverview Park General WERLEY, LINDA A. 3339 Reading Crest Ave., Reading Commercial Typing Club, Bookkeeping Club, Office Practice Club WHITE, SHARON L. BOT Las Vegas Dr., Temple Commercial Office Practice Club: Typing Club: Observer, Circula- tion Mgr. WHITEHEAD, CHARLES WF Ramich Rd., Temple Academic Mixed Chorus: Hall Patrol: Varsity Club: Muhl Revue: Intramural'-Volleyball, Basketball: Varsity Football: Society For Academic Achievement WHITEHEAD, LEONARD P. Ramich Rd., Temple Commercial IntromuraIfVolleyball, Basketball WITHERS, TERRY L. 3215 Oak St., Laureldale Academic Hi-Y: Track: lntramuralfBowling WITMAN, SANDRA L. 3I56 Montrose Ave., Laureldale Commercial Bookkeeping Club, Office Practice Club WOLF, MARGARET M. 3212 Montrose Ave., Laureldale Commercial Typing Club, Office Practice Club WOLFSKILL, JOY A. RD?'fI, Temple Academic County Orchestra, Mixed Chorus, Muhloiros, YATeens, F.T.A., Accomp Society WOLTER, DIETER E. 482l Eighth Ave., Temple Academic Intramural-Speedboll YAKIMO, LINDA J. 3336 Montrose Ave., Laureldale Academic F.T.A,, Sr. Class Treasurer, Sr. C Honor Society YEAGER, BARRY L. 35l8 Montclair, Laureldale Commercial YEAGER, JOAN A. 35l8 Montclair St., Laureldale Commercial Y-Teens: Muhl Revue: Intramural Guard: Office Practice Club YEAGER, RODNEY S. l2ll Grave St., Laureldale Industrial ZAPPACOSTA. GARY W. 503I Kutztown Rd., Temple Industrial Stage Crew ZOPPEL, ROBERT V. 3513 River Rd., Riverview Pork Academic Baseball: Hall Patrol: Varsity Club: muraletlolleyball, Basketball, Speed ZUCHOWSKI, JOHN R. 2l46 Kutztown Rd., Reading Academic County Chorus, anist Club, Honor lass Play, F.S.A,, -Bowling: Color Muhl Revue: Intra- ball, Bowling Hall Patrol: Varsity Club: Muhl Revue: Intramural- Volleyball, Basketball, Bowl ing: Football Varsity Swimming, fr F. wt DAVID FETTERMAN LOOKS back over his past experiences at M.T.H.S. I83 Unclerclcissmen Directory ADAMS, JEAN-Student Council, J.V. Cheerleading, G.A.A., Library Club, Y-Teens, Intramurals, Hockey, Basketball. ADAMS, RICHARD-Intramural Volleyball. ALTENDERFER, CwRETCHENgG.A.A., Mixed Chorus, Y-Teens, Library Club, Card Club, Intramurals. ALTHOUSE, DAVID-Intamural Speedball, Basketball, Volleyball, F.B.L,A., Hi-Y. ALTHOUSE, LEE-Mixed Chorus, Varsity Club, Track, Wrestling, Cross Country, Intramural Bowling, Speedball, Volleyball, Basketball. ALTHOUSE, RICHARDfSoph. Class Treas., Cross County, Basketball, Baseball, Mixed Chorus, Blue Band, Muhleteers. AMMARELL, ANNE-G.A.A., Hockey, Intramurals, F.T.A. AMMARELL, BARBARA-Y-Teens, Model U.N. Club, Hockey Mgr., F.T.A., Card Club. ANNABELLI, DENISEfF.B.L.A., G.A.A., Basketball. ANNABELLI, DAVIDvCross Country, Wrestling, Track, Intramural Speedball, Volleyball, Varsity Club. ANNABELLI, DENNIS-Football. ANTOLICK, LARRY-Intramural Basketball. ASBELL, JUDITH-'Y-Teens, Card Club. AUCHENBACH, EVELYN-F.T.A., Muhloires, Mixed Chorus, Y-Teens, Maiorettes, Cv.A.A., Hockey, Intramurals. BAILEY, JOHN-Biology Club. BAILEY, SANDRA-F.B.L.A., Y-Teens. BALLAS, MARIA-Maiorettes, Library Club, G.A.A., Y-Teens, Intramurals. BAMPTON, SUSAN BARSKEV, ALBERT BARTASHUS, PAULETTE-YATeens, F.B.L.A. .BAUER, STEPHENfF,S.A., Varsity Club, Baseball, Fpeedball, Volleyball, BAUR, JESSIE-Y-Teens, F.T.A., Basketball Mgr., G.A.A. BEAR, THOMA?lntramuraI Bowling, Basketball, Vol- leyball, Speedball, Track, Varsity Club. BEAVER, BONNIE-Y-Teens, G.A.A., Typing Club, Maiorettes. BECHTEL, SANDRA-Y-Teens, G,A,A., Student Coun- cil, Hockey, Basketball, Intramurals, Intramural Mgr., Stage Cralt Club. BECKER, GARY-Blue Band, Show Band, BECKER, LINDA-Y-Teens, G.A.A., Intramurals, Hockey. BECKER, MlLTONflntramuraI Speedball, Bowling. BEEMAN, JOHN BEHM, ROBERT-Intramural Speedball, Volleyball. BENNER, SCOTT-Intramural Speedball, Basketball, Bowling, Wrestling, Baseball. BERTSCHMAN, DONALDflntramural Bowling, BIEHL, CI-tARLENE,G.A,A,, F.S.A. BIEHL, DIANE Bici-ii, LINDA-F.T.A., a.A.A,, Typing club, Y, Teens, BINGAMAN, SUSAN-Bowling Club. BITTLE, RICHARD-Swimming. BITTLER, DIANE-G.A.A., YeTeens, Hockey BLANKENBILLER, LINDA-Y-Teens, F.B.L.A. BOCK, TIMOTHY BOESHORE, THOMAS BOHR, .IAMESAIntramuraI Bowling. BOLLINGER, BARRY-Intramural Bowling, Volleyball, Basketball, Caolt. BORDER, LUCILLE BORRELL, EILEENfF.S.A,, F.T,A., Typing Club. BOWEN, ALBERT sowiymsi, imaiev BOYER, JUDY-Hockey. Basketball, Hockey Intra- mural Manager, Intramurals, Y-Teens, G.A,A.. Student Council, I.V. Cheerleader. BOYER, LOIS-Horizon Club, Bookkeeping Club. BRASEFIELD, CRAIG7Traclr. BRENNER, DONNA-G.A.A., F.T.A., Y-Teens, Mixed Chorus, Model U.N. Club, Student Council, BROSSMAN, JAMES R.-F.S.A., Biology Club. BROSSMAN, JAMES W.-Intramural Basketball, Bowl- ing, Typing Club. BROWN, LINDAfHorizon Club, Bookkeeping Club BROWN, MAHLON BROWN, MARCIA BROWN, MlCHELEfTyping Club. BROWNE, BARRY-Football Mgr. BRUBAKER, LARRY-Intramural Speedball, Track. BRUNNER, JODY-Y-Teens, Maiorettes. BURKERT, DIANA-Y-Teens, Typing Club, G.A.A. BURKHART, EUGENE-Stage Crew, Typing Club. BURTNER, SCOTT-Track, J.V. Basketball, Mixed Chorus Speedboll, I84 BUSH, JOHNfTrack. BUTNER, RYAN-Typing Club, Football, Swimming, Track. CALABRIA, DANIEL-Basketball, Baseball, Cross Country, Hi-Y, Varsity Club. CAMILLI, DIANNE-V. Pres. ot Y-Teens, Card Club CAMILLI, KATHLEENfY-Teens, Typing Club, G.A.A. CAMPBELL, SHAREN CASSIDY, NANCY-G.A.A,, F.T.A., Y-Teens, Library Club, Basketball, Intramural Hockey, Intramurals. ig, JUST SITTING AND thinking is sophomore class president, Tullio DeSantis. CHRIST, LINDA-Blue Band, Model U.N. Club, Hockey, G,A.A. CI-IRISTIANSON, CARL+Track, Swimming, Stage Cratt Club, CHRUNEY, REGINA-F,T.A. CHURA, DIANNE:Maiorettes, Y-Teens, G.A.A., In- tramurals, Basketball. CLAAR, LAWRENCE CLARK, COLETTE-F.B.L.A., G.A.A., Y-Teens, Hockey, Basketball, Intramurals, Intramural Mgr. CLARK, MICHAEL-Biology Club, Track. CLARK, SHARON CLEAVER, BARBARAVHorizon Club, Typing Club. Card Club, Intramural Bowling, Basketball. CLOUSER, NANCY-G.A.A,, Blue Band, F.T.A., Typing Club. CLOUSER, SUSAN-Y-Teens, G,A.A., Library Club, Model U.N. Club, Swimming, Basketball, Intra- murals. CONNER, CHARLOTTE-Mixed Chorus, G.A.A., Li- brary Club, Basketball, lntramurals, Card Club. COOPERSMITH, JOAN4BasketbaII, Volleyball, G.A.A., Library Club, Card Club, Y-Teens, Sottball, Swim- ming. COOVER, MARCIA COPELIN, KAY-Blue Bond, G.A.A., lntramurali. COX, WAYNE-F.S,A., Mixed Chorus, Track, Intra- mural Bowling, Volleyball. COZZI, JOHN CROOKS, CAROL-F.B.L.A., G.A.A., Y-Teens, In- tramurals. CROUCH, CLARENCE cuizris, cnizisrirsic-Maioieties, ciioius, Y-Teens G.A,A,, Intramurals. DANKO, DENNIS-Football. D'ARlENZO, JOHNfSwimming, Track. DAUTRICH, RODNEY DAVIDSON, SUSAN4F.B.I.,A. DAVIS, RICHARD-Golf, Mixed Chorus, Muhleteers. DeANGELO, JAMES-Football, Swimming. DeANGELO, RICHARD-Football, Track. DEEDS, BARRY-Swimming, Track. DeICOLLO, BONNIE-Student Council, Y-Teens, F.B.L.A. DEPRILL, HAROLD-Varsity Club, J.V. Football, Basketball, Track. DeSANTE, DONNA-Y-Teens, G.A,A. DeSANTIS, TULLIO-Football, Wrestling, Track, Bowls ing Club, Student Council. DESMOND, WILLIAM-Football. DETVCVIEIELER, DONNA-F.T.A., Y-Teens, Accompanist u . DIEFENDERFER, LINDA-F.B.L.A, DIETRICH, LARRY-Blue Band, Track, Intramurals. DOMBROWSKI, TERRY-Swimming. DREHER, FAYE-F.B.L.A. DROGO, MARIANNE DRUCKENMILLER, KAREN-Y-Teens. DRUMHELLER, MICHAEL-Track. DUNKLEBERGER, RUTH DUNKLE, DENNIS-Intramurals. DUNLAP, SARAH-G.A,A., Y-Teens, Sewing Club. DUPLAK, JEFFREY-Bowling Club, Intramurals, Ten- nis,X DURlNA,CSTEVE DUSSINGER, KAREN-Y-Teens, Intramural Bowling, Volleyball, Basketball. EASTERDAY, KARL-Swimming, Track, Intramurals. EDDINGER, CONNIE-Maiorettes, F,B.L.A., Y-Teens. EILER, SHARON-Stage Craft Club. Eiisissi, DORIS-F,B.L.A., G.A.A., Basketball, iii- tramurals. EISENHART, SANDRA-Y-Teens, ELLIOT, JAMES EPTING, DONNA-Library Club, ETZEL, JOSEPH-Mixed Chorus. EVANS, EARL-Football, Wrestling, Track. EYRICH, LINDA-F.B.L,A., Bowling Club. FAIRCHILD, LINDA-Majorettes, Y-Teens, Intra- murals. FALLER, CHARLENE-F.B.L.A., Y-Teens. FARFETTI, MARIA FATKIN, LINDA-Moiorettes, Y-Teens, Intramurals. FATKIN, RICHARD-Football, Wrestling. FALIST, ROXIE-G.A.A., F.S.A., Bowling Club, ine tramurols. FAUST, SHERRY-G.A.A., F.T.A., Model U,N. Club, Horizon Club, Mixed Chorus, Intramurals, Hock- ey, Basketball Mgr, FEDAK, ROSALEE+Stage Craft Club. FETTER, DENNIS-Wrestling, Track, Bowling Club, Intramural Basketball, Volleyball. FETTERMAN, TERRY FICK, JUDY FIELDS, DARLENE-:F.B.L.A., Y-Teens, Stage Craft Club, Intramural Bowling, Swimming. FIES, DIANAgMixed Chorus, Blue Band, G.A.A., Y- Teens, Hockey, Basketball, Intramurals. FIES, LINDA-Y-Teens, Bookkeeping Club. FIES, ROBIN-V. Pres, Chorus, Muhlaires, Intramurals. FILMAN, JUDY-Mixed Chorus, Muhlaires, County Chorus, G.A.A., F.T.A., Y-Teens. FISHER, BARBARA-Model U.N, Club, Typing Club, Cord Club, Library Club, Y-Teens, Intramurals, FISHER, MARVIN FISHER, SANDRA-Bowling Club. FOCHT, DARRYL-Swimming, Track. FOX, NANCY-Hockey, Basketball, Intramurals, G.A.A. FREDERICK, JAMES-Blue Band, Show Bond, Mixed Chorus, Muhleteers. FREY, LOIS-Y-Teens, Library Club, Mixed Chorus. FRICK, HAROLD FRIEDRICH, MARTY-Bowling, Intramurals. FROELICH, RICHARD FULMER, KENNETH-Golf, Intramurals. GALLAGHER, JUDITH-Mixed Chorus, Muhloires, Ma- iorettes, Y-Teens. GALVIN, PETERfBowling, Baseball, Intramurals. GARDNER, APRIL-F.S.A., F.T.A., Typing club, Model U.N. Club, Debating Club, Mixed Chorus, Intramurals. GARNER, PAULETTE-F.S.A. GASPARI, LINDA-F,B.L.A., Y-Teens. GEHO, KATHLEEN-Y-Teens, Maiorettes, Typing Club, Intramurals. GEHRIS, SANDRA-Y-Teens. GEIBEL, BEVERLY GEIBEL, JO-ANN-Blue Band, Mixed Chorus, Bowl- ing Club, G.A.A., Y-Teens, Girls' Basketball, ln- tramurals. Sewing Club, Library Club, of G.A.A., Maiorettes, Mixed Y-Teens, Hockey, Basketball, GERY, PATRICIA GILFERT, SELINA-Sewing Club, Typing Club, Bowl. ing Club, Y-Teens. i GOCKLEY, JANE-Mixed Chorus, J.V. Cheerleading, Student Council, F.S.A., Y-Teens, G.A.A. GODSHALL, ROBERT-Intramurals. GOOD, PAMELA-Maiorettes, Mixed Chorus, F.B.L.A., Student Council. GORDON, SHARON-F.B.L.A. GORMLEY, PAMELA-Y-Teens, Bowling Club, F,T.A., G.A.A. GOSCH, ROBERT-Intramurals. GOSS, WESLEY-Football, Wrestling, Track. GOTTSCHALL, ROBERT-Mixed Chorus, Muhleteers. GRACZYK, JUDITH GRAEFF, BRIAN-Cross Country, Intramurals. GREENAWALT, JOANNE-Hockey, F.T.A,, G.A.A., U.N. Club, GRETH, BONNIE-Student Council. GRIESEMER, PETER4-Swimming, GRIM, BARBARA-Sewing Club, Bookkeeping Club. GRIM, BRIAN GROFF, PATRICIA-F.B.L.A. GROSS, ANN4Student Council. GROSS, MICHAEL-F.S.A. GUISTWITE, DARLENEAF.B.L.A,, Intramurals, GULDIN, SUSAN-G,A.A., Y-Teens, Intramurals. HADDOCK, ROBERT-Basketball, Football, Baseball. HAESELER, LINDA-Varsity Hockey, Intramurals, G.A.A., Ass't Secy. ot Y-Teens, Secy. of F.T.A., Pres, ot Homeroom, J,V. Maiorette Leader, Ass't Producer Jr, Class Play. HAFER, DOLORES-G.A.A., Y-Teens, Typing Club. Intramurals, Varsity Basketball, HAFER, HERBERT-Intramurals, Golf. HAFER, LOIS-F.S.A., G.A.A., Intramurals, Basket- ball, HAGENMAN, LINDAJY-Teens, Mixed Chorus, Typing Club, F.T.A., Student Council. HAIN, GLENN-Hi-Y, Varsity Club, Cross Country, Blue Band, Mixed Chorus, Intramurals, HAISCH, RlCHARD7Model U,N. Club. HAMMOND, JEFFREY7Hi-Y, Show Band. HAMMOND, JOAN--Y-Teens, G.A.A., Intramurals, Basketball. HANDWORK, LINDA-Mixed Chorus, Horizon Club, Library Club, Bookkeeping Club. HANLEY, JEROLD-Football, Baseball, Varsity Club. HARBONIC, JANICE-F.B,L.A., Intramurals. H DY CYNTHIA YTeens GAA Basketball I tramurals HA RIS PHILIP Intramurals HART JANICE Mixed Chorus Accompanlst Clu Mu aires YTeens Typing Club Intramurals HARTMAN RANDOLPH HARTRANFT BRIAN Football Wrestling Baseball HASSLER MARSHA FSA Typing Club HAUSER RAYMOND FSA Track HEALY NANCY Mixed Chorus Malorettes Intro murals Typing Club Y Teens HECKMAN DAVID Intramurals HECKMAN JANE Bookkeeping Club HEEBNER DONNA Intramurals YTeens HEERE CHRISTINE GAA Intramurals Mixed Chorus Muhlaires HEFFNER CAPOL FBLA Card Club Intramurals OH ARENT THEY coolo' Marcia Coover and Kay drool over the Beatles 1 It' s me HEFFNER, NINA-F.B.L.A,, G.A.A., Basketball. HEIST, TERRY-vFootbaII, Intramurals. HEITER, JOHN-Intramurals. HENNE, LINDA-Horizon Club, Sewing Club, Book- keeping Club. HERB, CRAIG-Intramurals. HERBEIN, LINDA-J.V. Cheerleading, Blue Horizon Club, G.A.A,, Intramurals. HERBEIN, ROBERT-Blue Band. HERBEIN, WILLIAM-Blue Band, Show Band, Mixed Chorus, Swimming, Track. HERTZOG, CAROL-F.B.L.A., G.A.A., Intramurals. HESS, LINDA-G.A.A., Intramurals, Y-Teens, F.T.A,, Mixed Chorus, Typing Club, Stage Craft Club. HESS, RONALD-Varsity Club, Cross Country, Hi-Y, Baseball. HILBERT, THEODORE-Blue Band, Crass Country, Bas- ketball. HILL, RUTH-Horizon Club, Maiorettes, Student Council, Intramurals, F.T.A. HINKEL, DARREL-Football, Wrestling, Track, ln- tramurals. HINKEL, PATRICIA HLATKY, KATHERINE-Mixed Chorus, Y-Teens, Hock- ey. HOAGLAND, FRED HOFFMAN, FAYE-F.B.L.A. HOFFMAN, MARY HOFFMASTER, RICHARD-Blue Band, Show Band. HOLL, DALE HOLL, RUTH-Horizon Club. HOMAN, DOUGLAS7FooIball, Track, Intramurals, HOPTLEV, DlANAfHarizon Club, Bookkeeping Club. HOYER, MICHAEL HUBER, BARBARAfHockey, Intramurals, G.A.A., Typ- ing Club, Patron Comm. Jr. Class Play. HUEY, RAYMONDfCrass Country, Basketball, Base- ball, Intramurals. HUFFMAN, LISA-F,S.A., Intramurals. HUGHES, KATHLEEN-G.A.A., F.T.A., Model U.N. Club, Y-Teens, Typing Club, Accompanist Club, Mixed Chorus. HUMMEL, PATRICIAflntramurals. HUNSBERGER, PAULfMuhIenberg Cycle Assoc HUTSKO, PETER-HIAY, Track, Intramurals. IEZZI, ELIZABETH INGRAHAM, STEPHEN7WrestIing. ISETT, LORETTAfY-Teens, Maiorettes. ISETT, NANCY JACKSON, ANN-Baseball. JACKSON, JEFFREY JACKSON, RAYMOND JANUSZAK, JOSEPH-Track. JOHNSON, MARY-Y-Teens, Art Craft Club. JONES BEVERLY-Blue Band, Horizon Club, Mixed Chorus, Muhloires, F.T.A. JOST JACOUELINE-Model U.N. Club. KALBACH, BARBARA-G.A.A., Y-Teens, Library Club, Model U.N. Club, Intramurals. EACH, EILEEN-F.T.A., G.A.A., Typing Club. KALBACH, STANLEYfFootbalI, Track. KATZENMOYER, SANDRAfCard Club, Library Club, Y Teens, G,A.A. KAUFFMAN, LINDA-V. Cheerleading, Blue Band, Hockey, Basketball, Y-Teens, F.B.L.A., Intramurals. KFUFFMAN, RODNEY Copelin ,.,, or ,f AR , - - , . , ., , n- R , A - . , - ' , ' bt hl A , - , ' , , , ' , -- I , . I' I ' F KAL , . . ,kV, ,..,, r.., or I , I hs . r" ,ir "l'1 "l'2' . .K ri. . . A QI 7 ' ' III Q if rrrr is s c , - rur F rr. f'f.,x - ' 'f ' , A ts ..,,,,, 'i"'rf'., I i f 'iii Q are ,,::,, e, , V . Z' .,..: V- " Q rs N To Ms- . - T ssr , W 'i .. 1 I o ' YA r, PAMELA GORMLEY AWAITS her teacher's in structions before beginning her homework. KALIFMANN, JANE-Accompanist Club, Junior Class Play, Intramurals. KEATH, JUDITH-Blue Band, Horizon Typing Club, Intramural Basketball. KEHR, STEVEN-Typing Club. KEIM, JEFFREY KELLER, BEVERLY-Intramurals. KELLER, DORISfF.B.L.A. KENNEDY, LAURA-F.T.A. KERNS, RONALD-Track, KILLIAN, LINDA KISTLER, ELEANORATyping Club, Model U.N, Club, F.T.A., G.A,A., Intramurals. KLECKNER, ERIC KLEE, CHAROLETTE-Baseball, G.A.A. KLEE, MA.IORlE7Bowlir1g Club, KLEFFEL, ROBlN4Intramurals, Mixed Chorus, Base- ball, Junior Class Play. KLEIN, DAVID KLEIN, LUCILLE-Library Club, F.T.A. KLICK, KERRY KLINE, JOHN+BIue Band, Track. KLINE, RICHARD-Track Mgr. KOCI-IAN, FRANK-Track Mgr. KOHL, LARRYABlue Band. KRALL, LINDA KRALLES, GEORGINE-Maiorettes. KRAMER, ETHEL-Bookkeeping Club. KRIZE, DANIEL-Intramurals, Baseball, KROTT, LINDA-G.A.A., F.B.L.A,, Intramurals. KRUPPENBACH, LYDIA7F,B,L.A. KURZWEG, BRENDA7Typing Club, Mixed Chorus, ln- tramurals, Y-Teens. KUTZAMANIS, JOHN-Intramurals. LAING, CATHERINE LARGE, DONNA LASH, DENNIS-Wrestling, Track. LATTEMANN. JACK-Model U.N. Club. Mixed Cho- rus, Hi-Y, Student Council, School Spirit Com- mittee. LEBO, SUZANNE-F.T.A,, F.B.L.A., Intramurals. LEIBY, .IUDITH-Y-Teens, Typing Club, Model U.N, Club, Biology Club, Library Club. Typing Club, Club, F.T.A., I85 LEINBACH, KAREN-+Typlrtg Club, G.A.A., Y-Teens, Hockey, Intramurals. LEISEY, ANTOlNETTEfBasketbaIl, Intramurals, Li- brory Club, Y-Teens, G.A.A., Card Club. LENICH, CHERYLwCard Club, Accompanist Club, Mixed Chorus, E.T.A., Intramurals. LEVAN, KENNETH-Baseball, Intramurals. LEVAN, SUSANQ-Bowling Club. LEVENGOOD, BONNIE-Y-Teens, Intramurals, LIENTI, KENNETH:Typrng Club. LINDERMAN, DEBORAH-Hockey, Basketball, G.A.A., Stage Craft Club, Intramurals, Y-Teens, F.T.A., Typing Club, LIVINGHOUSE, KAREN-F.B.L,A., Y-Teens, Intra- murals, LLOYD, JACOB LOCH, GAYLA-Hockey, Intramurals, Y-Teens, G,A.A., Bowling Club. LOEHRIG, SHARON-F.B.L.A., Maiorettes, Y-Teens, G.A.A., Intramurals, LONG, CARL-Mixed Chorus, Basketball, Track. LONG, CARLENE-Mixed Chorus, Intramurals, G.A.A., Y-Teens, F.T.A. LONG, JACKfCross Country, Track, Intramurals, De- bating Club. LOSONCY, GEORGE-Baseball. LUMLEY, GRACE-G.A.A., Y-Teens, Mixed Chorus, Accompanist Club, Intramurals. LYONS, KENNETHfCross Country, .l.V. Basketball, Tennis. MacDONALD, KENNETH-Football, Muhlenberg Cycle Assoc. MQCLEOD, ROBERT-Bowling Club, Intramurals. MANLEY, THOMAS7EooIbaIl. MANWILLER, KENNETH-Baseball, Track, MANZELLA, CANDACE-Y-Teens, F.B.L.A., Intra- murals. MANZELLA, JOSEPH-Football, Model U.N. Club, Debating Club, Mixed Chorus, Intramurals. MARTIN, SANDRA-Y-Teens, Typing Club, G.A.A,, Hockey, Intramurals. MAURER, LINDA4G.A.A,, Model U.N. Club, Hori- zon Club, Typing Club, Card Club, Intramurals. MEHLE, JUDITH-Mixed Chorus, Muhlaires, Card Club, Intramurals. MERTZ, PHILLIP-Football, Swimming, Galt, Hi-Y, Intramurals. MERTZ, SANDRA-Typing Club, Y-Teens, G.A.A., Basketball, Intramurals. DOUGLAS HOMAN SEEMS angry as he stares straight ahead. I86 TWO HEADS ARE better than one. Terry Dambrowski and James Elliot work a problem. METZ, CARL-Hi-Y, F.T.A., Cross Country, Track. MIKOSZ, JO ANNEY-Teens. MILLARD, SANDRA MILLER, ALEX-Typing Club, Stage Crew, Junior Class Play, Muhl Revue. MILLER, DORIS-Basketball, F.B.L.A., G.A.A., Ma- jorettes, Mixed Chorus, MILLER, DOUGLAS MILLER, ElLENE+G.A.A., Y-Teens, Mixed Chorus, Muhlaires, Accampanist Club, F.S.A,, Maiorettes, Hockey, Basketball, Intramurals. MILLER, GREGORY MILLER, LAURA-F.S.A., Model U.N. Club, Card Club. MILLER, MARTlNiHi-Y, Varsity Club, Baseball. MILLER, RICHARD MILLER, TAMMY-Ass't Secy. oi F.B.L.A., Y'Teens, Intramurals. MOATZ, DOLORES-F,B.L.A., Y-Teens, Sewing Club, Student Council, Card Club. MOHN, LINDA MOLESKI, DONALD+Mixed Chorus, Model U.N. Club, Intramurals. MOLETRESS, ELIZABETH-F.B.L.A., Bowling Club. MOLETRESS, MICHAEL-Bowling Club, Intramurals, MOLL, JAMES MORGANTI, ANTHONY MORGANTI, BONNIE-F.S.A., Model U.N. Club, F.T.A., Y-Teens, Mixed Chorus, G.A.A., Hockey, MOSER, HOLLY MOYER, AILEEN-Y-Teens, Basketball, Honorary Member of Student Council. MOYER, DAVID-Blue Band, Shaw Band, F.T.A., Model U.N. Club. MOYER, JOANNE-Model U.N. Club, Library Y-Teens, G.A.A,, Intramurals. MULLARKEY, PATRICK Club, MUNDELL, ALBERT-Football, Track, Wrestling. MURPHY, SANDRA-Y-Teens, Library Club, Basket- ball, lntramurals, G,A.A. MURRAY, MICHAEL-Football, Wrestling, Baseball, Varsity Club. MUSKET, ROGER-Intramurals, Student Council, Stage Crew. NAPIOR, JOYCE-G.A.A., F.T.A., Model U.N. Club, Intramurals, Bowling Mgr,, Junior Class Play, Student Council, NEHER, CYNTHIA-Horizon Club, Library Club, Card Club. NESTOR, STANLEY NEWCOMB, GLENN-eHi-Y, Wrestling. NEY, BARBARA-G.A.A., Horizon Club, Typing Club, Hockey, Basketball, Intramurals. NEY, DAVID-Football, Intramural Basketball. NEY, MICHAEL-Football, Basketball. NOLL, CHERYL-Library Club, Y-Teens, G.A,A. NOLL, GERALD NOLL, KATHLEEN-Intramurals. NOLL, RONALD-Stage Craft Club. NORTHEIMER, DIANE NYE, STUART O'BOYLE, NANCY-G.A.A., Swimming, Intramurals, OTT, DARLYN-G.A.A., Intramurals, Varsity Mgr. OTT, J. THEODORE OWEN, WILLIAM-Intramurals, Blue Band, Mixed Chorus, Show Band. OXENREIDER, JANICE-G.A.A., F.B.L.A., Basketball, Intramurals. PAPOLA, LINDA-Hockey, Intramurals, Y-Teens G.A.A., F.B.L.A., Typing Club. PAREET, PATRICIA-Y-Teens. PARMET, FAITH PARZANISE, SHARON-F.T.A., G.A.A., Card Club, Y-Teens, Student Council, Model U.N. Club. PATTI, RITA-F.B.L.A. PECK, PATRICIAfG.A.A., E.T.A,, Hockey, Intra- murals. PELLEGRINI, LOUlSfEootbaIl, Varsity Club, Wres- tling, Tennis. PENNOCK, GEORGlA+Harizon Club, Hockey, Li- brary Club. PESKOSKY, BARBARAfJ.V. Cheerleading, Y-Teens, F.S.A., G.A.A. PFENNIG, CHRISTINE-J.V. Cheerleading, Y-Teens, F.T.A., G.A.A., Typing Club. PHILLIPS, CHERYL-YeTeens, Library Club, Accom- panist Club, Mixed Chorus, E.T.A. PHILLIPS, EDWARDfTrack, Intramurals. PHILLIPS, KEITHf-Stage Crew, Intramurals, PHILLIPS, LEE-Football, Wrestling, Track, Blue Band, Show Band. PHILLIPS, MARTIN-Varsity Club, Baseball. JAMES-Football, Basketball, Intramurals, PIZZO, Baseball. PLANTHOLT, GARYhFaotball, Intramurals. POHL, NORBERT POPOVICE, LINDA-F.B.L.A., Y-Teens. POTTEIGER, MARTHA-Typing Club, Intramurals. PRADON, STEPHEN-Football, Basketball, Baseball, Varsity Club, Hi-Y, E,T.A. PRATT, STEPHEN-Blue Band, Show Band, Intra- murals. PROTHEROE, RICHARD-1FootbalI Mgr., Wrestling, Track, PUGLIESE, ANTHONY7Swimn'ting. PUGLIESE, PETER QUINTER, DANIEL-Track. RADER, BARRY-Mixed Chorus, Typing Club, RADER, JENNILYN-F,B.L.A. RAPP, BARRY-Football, Basketball, Baseball, Hi-Y, Varsity Club. RAPP, SUSAN-Muhlaires, Mixed Chorus, Bowling Club, County Chorus. RAUENZAHN, JACQUELINE-F.B,L.A., Intramurals. RAY, SYLVIA-Bowling Club, G.A.A., Typing Club, Y-Teens. REDCAY, NANCYvHockey Mgr., Bowling Club, Sewing Club, G.A.A. REED, GENE-Intramurals. REESER, GREGORY-Bowling Club, Intramurals. REICHENBACH, PAUL-Blue Band, Show Band, Mixed Chorus, County Band, District Band, Region Il State Band. REICHERT, THOMAS REIDER, JOSEPHINE REIDER, KEITH-Intramurals. REIFINGER, JAMES-Typing Club, Intramurals. REIFSNYDER, MARIANNE-Y-Teens, Bowling Club, Typing Club, Intramurals. REINERT, NAIRN REISENWEAVER, KAREN-Library Club, Y-Teens, ln- tramurals. REITNOUER, KEITH-Blue Band, Muhlenberg Cycle Assoc. RENTSCHLER, LYNDELL-Maiorettes, Mixed Chorus, G.A.A., Muhlaires, Y-Teens, Basketball, Intra- murals. REPPERT, KERRY-Basketball, Varsity Club, Track, Intramurals. RHODES, TERRY-Football, Basketball, Baseball. RICHARDS, STEVEN-Swimming. MARIA FARFETTI AND Harold Deprill look througb old Muhltohis. RICHARDS, STEPHEN-Bowling Club, RICHARDSON, LINDA-Basketball, Model U.N. Club, Typing Club. RICKENBACH, THOMAS-Intramurals, Baseball. RIEGEL, ARLENE-G.A.A. ROBERTS, WILLIAM ROLLMAN, FAITH-Intramurals, F.B.L,A., Typing Club, Secy. of Homeroom. ROSS, THOMAS-Typing Club, Bowling Club. ROTH, MICHAEL-Intramurals, Wrestling, Track. ROTHENBERGER, ANN-Y-Teens, G.A.A., Typing Club, Model U.N. Club, Student Council, In- tromurals. ROTHENBERGER, CAROL-G.A.A,, F.B.L,A., Intra- murals, ROTHENBERGER, IAMESfCross Country, Varsity Club, Blue Band, F.T.A., Baseball, Intramurals. ROTHENBERGER, SHAREN+Y-Teens, Typing Club, Biology Club. ROWE, .IAMESgBawling Club. ROWE, RICHARD-Intramurals, Track. RUTTER, LARRY SABTINO, DONNA SANDERS, MARK-Football, Muhleteers, Baseball, Basketball, Mixed Chorus, Country Chorus, Dis- trict Chorus. SANTONI, CAROL-Hockey, J.V. Cheerleading, G.A.A., Y-Teens, Intramurals, Typing Club. SANTONI, DANIEL-Bowling Club. SASSAMAN, DONNAfF,T.A., Typing Club, Model U.N. Club, Card Club, SAVAGE, RICHARD-Basketball, Varsity Club, Blue Band. SCHAEFER, FORREST-Wrestling, Intramurals, Var- sity Club. SCHAEFFER, GERALD-Track, Wrestling, Varsity Club. SCHAICH, LINDA-G.A,A., Y-Teens, V. President ol F.B.L.A., Typing Club, Hockey, Basketball, In- tramurals. SCHEIN, MARILYN-Blue Band, Typing Club. SCHEIRER, SUSAN-Y-Teens, Card Club, Basketball. SCHERER, PATRlClA7Basketball, G.A.A., Horizon Club. SCHETTLER, CHARLENE-Basketball, Intramurals. SCHLEGEL, LINDA-Basketball, Hockey, Intramurals. SCHMEER, ROY SCHMEHL, PAUL SCHMEHL, RICHARD-Mixed Chorus. SCHMIDT, LARRYfBlue Band, Football, Model U.N. Club, Track, Intramurals. l SCHMIDT, ROGER-Football, Basketball, Track, Hi-Y, Model U.N. Club, Bowling Club. SCHOENER, RICHARD-Science Club, Football, Bos- ketball, Track. SCHONOUR, LINDA-F.B.L.A., Y-Teens, G.A.A. SCHROEDER, LlNDA4F.T.A., Horizon Club, Typing Club, SCHRUM, CHRISTINE-G.A.A,, Y-Teens, Stage Craft Club, Bowling Club. SCHWAMBACH, TIMOTHY-Intramurals. SCHWEITZER, GREGORY-Varsity Club, Galt, Intra- murals. SCHWEITZER, RONALD-Blue Band, Student Council, Intramurals. SCHWENK, BARRY-Blue Band, Varsity Club, Bas- ketball, Track. SEAMAN, ROBERT-Varsity Club, Football, Baseball, Basketball Mgr., Intramurals. SEIDERS, BEVERLY--F.B.L.A. SELL, ILONA-Y-Teens, G.A.A., District and State Orchestra. SEMMEL, JAMES SHADE, FRANK SHAFFER, CHERYL-Moiorettes, Science Club, Typing Club, O,A,A. SHAUB, MICHAEL SHAVER, DONNA-Card Club, Library Club, F,B.L,A., G,A.A., Intramurals. SHAW, ROBERT SHAW, RUTH SHAW, SANDRA-Sewing Club, F.T.A., Card Club. Stage Craft Club, Student Council. SHEETZ, BRENDA-F.T.A., Model U.N, Club, Y- Teens, Typing Club, SHEETZ, HARVEY-Football, Basketball, Baseball. SHEETZ, LINDA-G.A.A., Intramurals, Student Coun- cil, Sewing Club, Model U.N. Club. SHERMAN, SUSAN-Library Club, Y-Teens, Stage Craft crab, F.T.A. SHIPE, DEAN-Football. SHOEMAKER, JAMES SHOWERS, DAVID-Wrestling, Track. SHROM, ROGER SLAGOWSKI, LINDA-Y-Teens, G,A.A., Bowling Club. SMITH, BARRY-Stage Cratt Club, Typing Club. SMITH, DAVID-Football, Basketball, Baseball, SMITH, DONNA L.fF.B.L.A. SMITH, DONNA M. SMITH, EVERETT SMITH, HARRY-Blue Band. SMITH, JOHN-Intramurals. SMITH, JOHN-Bowling Club, Intramurals, SMITH, MICHAEL-Football Mgr., Tennis, Intramurals. SMITH, SANDRA4Library Club, Bookkeeping Club, Student Council, Y-Teens. SMITH, SUSANfBookkeeping Club. SMITH, WILLIAM-Swimming. SNYDER, FREDERICK-Varsity Club, Track, Basket- ball, Intramurals. SNYDER, PATRlClAfY-Teens, Maiorettes, G.A.A., ln- tramurals, F.T.A,, Basketball, SNYDER, SANDRA7F.T.A., Y-Teens, Intramurals. SOBRESKY, KATHLEEN-Y-Teens, F.T.A., Mixed Cho- rus, Typing Club, Basketball, Intramurals. souoeizs, LINDA-Y-Teens, F.B.L.A., F.T.A., Stage Craft Club, Library Club. SPAYD, ARLAN-Intramurals. SPEASE, DENNIS SPECK, THOMAS SPINKA, WARREN4lntramurals, Wrestling, Track. SPOHN, ROSEMARY-Y-Teens, F.T.A., Stage Craft Club, Intramurals. SPOLSKI, CHRISTINE-F.B.L.A., Bookkeeping Club. STALBOT, FAITH-F.B.L.A., G.A,A., Y-Teens, Stage Craft Club. smisor, FAYE-F,B.L.A., o.A.A., Y-Team, Intra- murals, Stage Craft Club. STALNECICER, BARRY STAMBAUGH, JOHN!F.S.A., Biology Club. STEINER, PAMELA--Intramurals, Sewing Club, Model U.N, Club, G.A.A. STERNER, BARBARA-G.A.A., Hockey, Basketball, Intramurals, Stage Craft Club. srirzei, ElLEENfV. Cheerleading, o.A.A. narra- murals, STOEBER, ElLEENfCard Club, F.T.A., Library Club. STOUDT, BARBARAfF.B.L.A. STOUDT, SANDRA STOVALL, CYNTHIA-Y-Teens, Typing Club. CIGSS Sec . STULL, BANICE-G,A.A., F,B.L,A., Intramurals. SUMRALL, BARBARA SWOYER, DOUGLAS-Hi-Y, SWOYER, JAN-Hi-Y, Intramurals, Baseball. TELIHO, ROBERT-Mixed Chorus, Football Mgr., Basketball Mgr. TRANQUILLO, BARBARA-Y-Teens, G.A,A. TROUT, NANCY-G,A.A., F.B.L.A., Y-Teens. ULLE, ROBERT-F.S,A., Model U,N. Club. AY-Blue Band, Basketball Mgr. ilil,l.AdcEXIiiIcSiUEszAisioRA-Y.reens, Card Club, o,A.A. Stage Craft Club. F.B,L.A. VALERIANO, .IUDITH-G.A.A., Intramurals, Sewing Club. VANDEGRIFT, JANET-G.A.A. VanDRlEL, MARGARET-F,T.A., G.A.A., Model U.N. Club, Library Club, Card Club, Intramurals. WAGNER, KARL-Blue Band, Mixed Chorus, Show Band, Hi-Y, Stage Craft Club, F.B.L.A. WAGONSELLER, RANDOLPH-Football, Track. WALKER, LESLIE-Bowling Club. WALTERS, LINDA WALTON, SHARON-Horizon Club, Card Club, WANNER, RUSSELL-Stage Crew. WARMKESSEL, LEROY-Galt. WEAVER, DARLENE-Sewing Club, F.B.L.A., Card Club, Horizon Club. WEAVER, DONNAfY-Teens, Stage Craft Club. WEAVER, KENNETH-Blue Band, Mixed Chorus, Muhleteers. WEGLINSKI, JOSEPH7lntramurals. WEGMAN, ELAINE WEIDENHAMMER, RAYMONDfHi-Y, Varsity Club, Track. WEIDMAN, BONNIE WEIDNER, DONALD-Bowling Club. WEITZEL, KENT-Football, Basketball, Golf, Mixed Chorus, Class Pres., Student Council, Model U,N. Club. WELLER, MARGARET WENRICH, CARL-F.S.A., Intramurals. wcsriey, LYNN-F.S.A., o.A.A., Library Club, Y- Teens. WESTLEY, MICHAEL-Football, Galt, Model U,N. Club, Mixed Chorus. WETZEL, SANDRA-Y-Teens, F.B.L.A. WEYANDT, CATHERINE-F.B,L.A. WHAREN, LINDAIF.B.L.A., Bowling Club. WIELKOPOLSKI, BLAIRfF,T.A. WILLIAMS, CAROL WILLIAMS, JACK-Mixed Chorus, Muhleteers, Show Band, Hi-Y, F.T.A., Accompanist Club. WILSON, MARY-Y-Teens, Student Council, V. Cheer- leading, F.B.L.A., F.T.A., Jr. Class Treas., G.A,A., Intramurals. WITHERS, KENNETH-Football, Wrestling. WITMAN, DIANE-Library Club, Model U,N. Club, G.A.A., F.T.A., Y-Teens. WITMER, LINDA-G.A.A., Basketball, Hockey, Y- Teens, F.T.A. WITWER, LAUREN VIIXON, LAMARR WIXON, LEE WOLF, DEBORAH-G.A.A,, F.B.L.A., Y-Teens, Bowl- ing Club, Intramurals. WOLFE, JEFFREYfHi-Y, Varsity Club, Football, Wres- fling, Track. WOLFINGER, BETTYLOU WOLFINGER, CAROL-Typing Club, F.T.A., Intra- murals. WUNDER, BARRY-Football. WYSOCKI, VICKY-Bowling Club, Y-Teens, YEAGER, GLENNfBlue Band, Show Band, Intra- murals, Goll, Hi-Y. YEAKEL, JAMESgBowling Club, Intramurals. YENELAVAGE, MICHAEL YENTSCH, LARRY7Cross Country, Basketball, Track, Varsity Club, Hi-Y. YINGLING, RICHARD-Hi-Y, Intramurals. YINGLING, SANDRA-Typing Club, F.T.A., Intra- murals, G.A.A. YOST, LINDA YOUNG, ANDREA-Model U.N. Club, Y-Teens, Bas- ketball. YOUNG, SHARONiMoiorettes, Y-Teens, G.A.A. ZASZTOWT, ROSEMARIE-Y-Teens, Stage Cratt Club. F.B.L.A. ZUBER, CATHLEEN-Hockey, Mixed Chorus, Muhle- tecrs, Intramurals. ZUBER, GARRY-F.S.A., Mixed Chorus, Muhleteers. Intramurals. , ZUCHOWSKI, HELEN-F.B.L.A., Student Council, Bowling Club, Y-Teens. ZYGMUNT, RONALD-Model U.N. Club, Student Council, Hi-Y, Football, Wrestling, Track, Jr. Class V. Pres., Intramurals. CONFERRING ON A homework assignment are Rita Patti and Anthony Pugliese. iI87 Bittle. Cheerleaders 92, 93 Abramowicz, Mr. William 30, 58 Activities Section 88-123 Index - 1964 Muhltohi Richard 82 Adam, Edwin 40 Adam, Mr. George F. 19 Adams, Jean L. 82, 93, 104 Adams, Joan 40, 98 Adams, Richard 76 Admistration Section 16-27 Alma Mater 6 82, 104 Altenderfer, Gretchen Althouse, David 76 Althouse, Lee 76 Althouse, Richard 82 Ammarell, Anne 82 Ammarell, Barbara 82 Ammarell, Mr. Robert 25 Bittler, Diane 82 Blankenbiller, Linda 82 Blazer, Winners 120, 121 Blewett, Joanne 41, 123 Bloeclow, Rosalyn 41, 180 Blue Band 116,117 Bock, Timothy 82 Bodolsky, Mrs. Mildred 30, 58, as Boeshore, Thomas 82 Bohr, James 76 Bollinger, Barry 76 Bonnano, Gerald 41, 60, 61 Border, Darwin 41 Angstadt, Mary 40 Border, Lucille 82 Borrell, Eileen 82 Easterday, Karl 76 Angstadt, Annabelli, Annaballi, Annaballi, Annabelli, Paul 40 David 76, 79, 148 Denise 82 Pierre 40, 104 Dennis 82 Antolick, Larry 76 Aquiline, Ronald 40 Bowen, Albert 82 Bowling Club 106, 107 Bowman, Barry 82 Boyer, Miss Dorothy 33, .58 Boyer, Gerald 41 Boyer, Judith 76, 93, 122, Asbell, Judy '76, 109 Auchenbach, Evelyn 76, 94 109, 134 Aulenbach, John 40 1 Baccalaureate 66, 67 Bahner, Richard 40, 48, 60 Bailey, John 82 Bailey, Sandra 82 Ballas, Maria 82, 104 Bampton, Susan 82 Bare, Jeanne 40 Barshey, Albert 82 Bartashus, Paulette 82 Baseball 152, 153, 154, 155 Basketball fgirlsl 142, 143, 144 Basketball Cboysi 126-133 Batz, Donald 40 Bauer, Stephen 76 Baur, Jessie 82 Bear, Thomas 76 135 Boyer, Karal 41, 60 Boyer, Lois 76 Boyer, Lynn 42, 104 Boyer, Mr. Myron F. 32 Boyer, William 42 Brasefield, Craig 76 Braun, Timothy 42, 59, 65, 104, 106, 122, 146 Brenner, Donna 82 Brossman, James 82 Brossman, James W. 82 Brown, Barry 76 Brown, Cathleen 42, 52, 123 Brown, Linda 76, 100 Brown, Linda 42, 59, 92, 93 111, 112,113,123 Brown, Mahlon 82 Brown, Marcia 76 Brown, Michele 82 Brubaker, Larry 76 Bukow 106, ski, Mr. Robert F. 33, 107 Beaver, Bonnie 82 Beaver, Bonnie 41, 95, 101, 123 Bechtel, Sandra 76, 104, 112, 119 Becker, Gary 82, 96 Becker, Linda 82 Becker, Milton 76 Beecher, Sandra 41 Beeman, John 82 Behm, Robert 76 Benner, Scott 76 Benton, Sandra 41 Bertschman, Donald 76 Biehl, Charlene 82 Biehl, Diane 82 Biehl, Linda 82 Billman, Claude 41 188 Brunner, Joanna 76, 94 Burkert, Diana 82 Burkert, Sandra 42 Burkhart, Eugene 76 Burns, Judy 42, 100 Burtner, Scott 82 Bush, John 82 Butner, Ryan 82 Butz, Mr. Joseph R. 34, 103 Calabria, Daniel 76, 106, 110, 153 Camilli, Dianne 76 Camilli, Kathy 82, 111 Camilli, Olivia 42, 69 Campbell, Sharon 82 Campus 4, 5 Carl, Carolyn 42, 123 Cassidy, Nancy 76, 122 Christ, Linda 82 Christiansen, Carl 82 Chura, Dianne 76, 94 Claar, Lawrence 82 Claar, Thomas 42 Clark, Collette 76, 135, 143, 144 Clark, Michael 82 Clark, Sharon 82 Class picture 72, 73 Class trip 64, 165 Clay, Mrs. Helen 77 Cleaver, Barbara 76 Clemens, Mr. Lloyd 163 Clouser, Nancy 82 Clouser, Suzanne 76 Cochran, Charles 43 Color Guard 94 Commencement 68, 69 Conner, Charlotte 82, 104 Conner, Darryl 43, 60, 61, 68, 71, 97 Coopersmith, Joan 76 Coover, Marcia 82, 185 Copelin, Kay 83, 185 Corriden, Patricia 43, 50, 101 Cox, Wayne 76 Cox, Dr. Jack E. 24 Cozzi, John Jr. 83 Cramer, Sandra 43 Crooks, Carol 76 Crooney, Regina 83 Cross Country 146, 147 Crouch, Clarence 83 Crummett, James 43 Curtis, Christine 76, 94, 110 Danko, Dennis 76, 108 Dailey, Gerald 43, 145 D'Arienzo, John 83 Dautrich, Rodney 83 Davidson, Susan 76 Davis, Carol 43, 44, 60, 69, 118 Davis, Richard 76, 137 DeAngelo, James 83 DeAngelo, Richard 83 Debating Club 102 Deeds, Barry 83 DelCollo, Bonnie 76, 103 Delong, Suzette 43, 100 Delp, Mr. Donald N. 35 Delp, Miss Mary Jane 35, 120, 134, 135, 136, 142 Delp, Miss Sandra 26 DeLuca, Mr. Natale 36 Demaree, Mrs. Marilyn 31 Deprill, Harold 83, 187 DeSante, Donna 76 DeSantis, Mr. Leo A. 19 DeSantis, Tullio 82, 83, 184 Desmond, William 76 Detweiler, Donna 83 Dewalt, Robert 43, 56, 96, 145 Didyoung, Mr. Beneville 26 Diefenderter, Linda 83 Dietrich, Larry 83 Dombrowski, Terrance 83, 186 Dowling, Mr. Harry 26 Dreher, Faye 83 Dresher, Judith 43, 61, 95, 103 Drogo, Marianne 83 Druckenmiller, Karen 83 Drumheller, Michael 83 Dunkelberger, Ruth Ann 83 Dunkle, Dennis 83 Dunkle, Larry 44 Dunkle, Mrs. Minnie 24 Dunkelberger, Mr. Alvin 25 Dunlap, Sarah 76 Duplak, Jeffrey 83, 145 Dtarina, Stephen 83 Dussinger, Karen 76 Eberly, Lolita 44, 96, 135 Eddinger, Connie 83, 94 Eiler, Sharon 76 Einsel, Doris 83 Elilngsworth, Marcia 44, 62, 95, 110 Eisenhart, Sandra 76 Elliot, James 186 Ellis, Anna Marie 44 Ettele, George H. 44, 60, 110 123 Etzel, Joseph 76, 122 Evans, Earl 83 Evans, Mrs. Gladys 24 Eyrich, Lincla 83 Fairchild, Linda 76, 94, 95 Faire, Reverend 71 Faller, Charlene 77 Faller, Michael 44 Fartetti, Maria 83, 187 Fatkin, Linda 83, 94 Fatkin, Richard 77, 157, 159 Faust, Roxieann 83 Faust, Sherry 77, 122 Feature Section 164-179 Fedak, Rosalee 77, 104 Fetter, Dennis 77 Fetterman, David 44, 104, 105, 183 Fetterman, Mr. Donald L. 35, 162 Fetterman, Terry 77 Fick, Judy B3 Fies, Diana 83, 134 Fies, Linda 77, 104 Fies, Robin 77, ai, 94, 144 Filman, Judy 77, 123 Fisher, Barbara 83, 104 Hummel, Jean G. 47 Kostura, Pauline 48 Griesemer, Peter 84 Fisher, Marvin 77 Fisher, Sandra 83 Focht, Darryl 83 Football 138, 139, 140, 141 Fox, Mr. John D. 18 Fox, Nancy 83, 107 Frederick, James 77, 96 Frey, Lois 83 Frick, Harold 83 Friedrich, Martin 83, 145 Froelich, Richard 77 Fulmer, Kenneth 77 Future Business Leaders of America 103 Future Scientist of America 103 Future Teachers of America 102 G.A.A. 106, 107 Gallagher, Judy 77, 94 Galvin, Peter 83 Garber, Judy 44 Gardner, April 83 Garner, Paulette 83 Gaspari, Linda 83 Gassert, Mr. Charles 25 Gately, Theda 44, 101 Gates, Barbara 83 Geho, Kathy 77, 94, 105 Gehris, Sandra 83 Gehrke, Carol 43, 44, 95, 1 Geible, Beverly 83 Geibel, JoAnn 84 Gery, Patricia 84 Gilfert, Selina 84 Gockley, Jane 77, 93 Godshall, Robert 77 Godshall, Robert 84 Gogliuzza, Elvira 45, 61 Golf 137 Good, Pamela 84, 94 Goodhart, Sylvia 45 Gordon, Sharon 84 Gormley, Pamela 84, 185 Gosch, Robert 77 Goss, Wesley 84 Graczyk, Judy 84 Graeff, Brian 77 Graeff, David 45, 46, 104 Graff, Patricia 77 Greenawalt, Joanne 84 Greth, Bonnie 84 Gricoskie, Janice 45, 66 Griesemer, Robert 45, 63, 104, 140 Grill, John 45, 96 Grim, Barbara 77 Grim, Brian 77 Gross, Ann 77 Gross, Michael 84 Grube, Linda 77 Guistwite, Darlene 77 Guldin, Susan 77, 123 Gusley, Michael 45 Haas, Thomas 45 Haddock, Robert 77 Haeseler, Carol 45 Haeseler, Linda 77, 94, 95 Hafer, Dolores 77 Hafer, Herbert 77 Hafer, Lois 84 Hafer, Henry 45 Hafer, Robert 46, 63, 104, 152 Hagenman, Linda 77 Hain, Glenn 77 Haisch, Richard 77 Hammond, Jeffery 77, 96 Hammond, Joan 77, 122 Handwork, Linda 77, 94, 100, 104 Hanley, Jerry 77, 79 Harbonic, Janice 77 Hardy, Cynthia 77 Harris, Phillip 84 Hart, Janice 77 Hart, John 46, 61, 62, 98, 122, 123 Hartman, Randy 84 Hartranft, Brian 84 Hassler, George 46 Hassler, Marsha 77 Hauck, William 46 Hauser, Raymond 84 Hoffman, Faye 84 Hoffman, Mary 78 Hoffmaster, Richard 84, 96 Hogue, Mrs. Grace L. 24 Holl, Dale 78 Homan, Douglas 84, 187 Honor Society 70, 71 Hoptley, Diana 78, 100 Horton, Miss Alta H. 35, 98, 99 Hoyer, Michael 84 Huber, Barbara 78 Huey, Raymond 84 Huffman, Lisa 84 Hughes, Kathleen 77, 78 Humbert, Barry 47, 71, 69, 104 Hummel, Patricia 78 Hunsberger, Paul 78, 106, 107 Hutsko, Peter 78 Huyett, Mr. W. Laver 18 lezzi, Elizabeth 78 Imboden, Mr. Lawrence L. 34 lngraham, Steven 78 Intramurals 160, 161 Irwin, Barry 47, 63, 67 lsett, Loretta 78, 94 Killian, Linda 85 Kistler, Eleanor 78 Kitchens, Linda 48, 67, 95, 123 Kleckner, Eric 85 Klee, Charlette 78 Klee, Mariorie 85 Kleffel, Robin 78, 109 Klein, Lucille 85 Klick, Kerry 78 Kline, Carolyn 48 Kline, John 85 Kline, Richard 78 Knauss, Miss Thelma L. 34, 66 Knepp, Holly 48, 63, 94, Healy, Nancy 77, 94, 110 Heckman, David 77 Heckman, Jane 77, 100 Heckman Heebner, Heebner, Heere, C Heffner, , Mr. Leroy 137 Donald 46 Donna 77 hristine 77 Carol 84 lsett, Nancy 84 Jackson, Ann 78 Jackson, Carol 47, 100 Jackson, Jeffrey 84 Jackson, Raymond 84 Januszak, George 47, 158 Januszak, Joseph 78, 159 Heffner, Jackson 46 Heffner, Janice 46 Heffner, Nina 84 Heist, Terry 77 Heiter, John 77 Henne, Mr. Floyd 26 Henne, Linda 78, 100 Herb, Craig 84 Herb, Leslyn 46 Herb, Mrs, Miriam 24 Herbein Linda 84,93 1 Herbein, Robert 78 Herbein, William 84 Hertzog, Carol 84 Hess, Linda 78, 81, 123 Hess, Ronald 84 Johnson, Mary 78 Jones, Beverly 78, 123 Jones, Daniel 47 Jost, Jacqueline 78 Junior Class Play 108, 109 Kalbach, Barbara 78, 104 Kalbach, Eileen 84 Kalbach, Stanley 78 Katzenmoyer, Melvin 47 Katzenmoyer, Sandra 84, '104 Kauffman, Mr. Lester 18 Kauffman, Linda 78, 93 Kauffman, Rodney 78 Kauffman, Jane 78, 109 Keath, Mr. Quentin R. 32, 95 95, 110, 120, 134, 135, 136, 143, 144 Knouse, Mr. Robert 37, 58, 146 Knutson, Marie 48, 93, 96, 113, 136 Kochan, Franklin 78 Kochinsky, Mr. Jerome 141, 148 Kohl, Judith 48, 94, 111, 122, 123, 134, 154 Kohl, Larry 85 Kozlowski, Eugene Krall, Linda 85 Kralles, Georgine 94 Kramer, Ethel 78, 100 Kramer, Sharon 48, 68 Krick, Gail 48, 118 Krize, Daniel 78 Krott, Linda 85 Krott, Richard 49, 104 Kruppenbach, Lydia 85 Kurzweg, Brenda 85 Kutzamanis, John 78 Laing, Catherine 78 Large, Donna 85 Lash, Dennis 78 Lattemann, Jack 79, 101, 102 Lauser, Mr. Robert 36, 58 Lebo, Suzanne 79 Leiby, Judi 85, 104 Leinbach, Karen 85 Leinbach, Mr. Samuel 25 Leisey, Antoinette 85, 104 Leisey, Judith 48, 51, 68, Hiester, Carol 46, 95 Hilbert, Theodore 84 Hill, Ruth 78, 84, 94 Hinkel, Darrel 78, 122, 156 Hinkel, Patricia 78 Hi-Y 101 Hlatky, Katherine 78, 123 Hoagland, Frederick 84 Hock, Jeanette 46 Hockey 134, 135, 136 Hodgkins, Sharon 47, 123, 136 Hoffman, Mr. Henry F. 35, Keath, Judy 78 Keehn, Kerry 47 Kehr, Steven 78 94, 95, 123 Lenich, Cheryl 79 Lessie, Stephen 49 Levan, Kenneth 85 Levan, Susan 85 Keim, Jeffery 78 Keller, Beverly 78 Keller, Doris 84 Keller, Patricia 42, 48, 94 Ken ee, Dennis 48, 96, 145 Kennedy, John F. 2, 3, 65 Kennedy, Laura 78, 122 Levengood, Bonnie 79 Lienti, Kenneth 79, 109, 123 Linderman, Deborah 79, 'I04 Livinghouse, Karen 79 Lloyd, Jacob 85 Loch, Gayla 85 Loehrig, Sharon 85, 94 Kerns, Ronald 85 Khouri, Dr. John W. 19, 20, 21, 69, 155 Long, Carl 85 Long, Carlene 79, 110 189 Price, Richard 51 Losoncy, George 79 Lumley, Grace 79 Lutz, Carl 49, 104, 158 Lyons, Kenneth 82, 85, 145 Mabry, Carol 49, 69 MacDonald, Kenneth 79 MacLeod, Robert 85 Maiorettes 94, 95 Maltby, Ronald 49 Manley, Thomas 85 Manwiller, Kenneth 85, 158 Manwiller, R. Bruce 49, 102 Manzella, Candace 79 Manzella, Joseph 79, 102, 109 Marisseau, Rev. Merrill R. 67 Moll, James 85 Morgan, John 50 Morganti, Anthony 85 Morganti, Bonnie 85 Moser, Holly 85 Motor Cycle Club 106, 107 Moyer, Aileen 79, 123 Moyer, David 79, 96 Moyer, Janet 50, 70, 94, 102 Moyer, Joanne 79, 105, 122 Pfennig, Christine 85, 93 Phillips, Cheryl 85, 104 Phillips, Mr, John 19 Phillips, Keith 85, 105 Phillips, lee 79, 96, 148 Phillips, Mama 79 Pizzo, James 85, 138, 141 Plantholt, Gary 85 Pohl, Norbert 86, 106, 107 Popouice, Linda 86 Muhl Revue 110, 111 Mullarkey, Patrick 79 Mullen, Donald 50, 110 Mundell, Albert 85 Mundell, Ronald 51, 104 Rank, Mrs. Frances 34 Marks, James 50 Marth, Mrs. Annette 31 Marth, Mr. Olin 33, 145 Martin, Jane 50, 123 Martin, Mattes, Sandra Ann 85 Sandra 50, 99, 113 Maurer, Linda 79 May Day 112,113 McCarter, Linda 49 McGoniga1, Michael 49 Murphy, Sandra 79 Murray, Michael 85, 153 Musket, Roger 85, 105 Musser, Steven 51 Nagle, Christine 51 Napior, Joyce 79, 109 Napoletano, Mrs. Shirley 26 Nardo, Eileen 51, 67 Neher, Cynthia 79 Nestor, Stanley 85 McLaughlin, Keith 49, 69, 71,'104,158,181 Mehle, Judy 79, 98 Melick, Mr. Arthur C. 18 Mertz, Phillip 79, 137, 151 Newcomb, Glenn 79 Ney, Barbara 85 Ney, David 79 Ney, Michael 79 Schmit, Larry 86, 96 Mertz, Mertz, Sandra 85 Sharon 50 Metcalfe, John 69 Metz, Carl 79 Metzger, Mrs. Lois E. 34 Meyer, Kent 79, 139 Meyer, 1 18, Scott 50, 62, 63, 69, 123, 150 Michalski, Michael 50 Mikosz, JoAnn 79 Millard, Sandra 85 Miller, Alex 79, 105, 103, 123 Miller, Doris 82, 85, 94 Miller, Douglas 85 Miller, Eilene 85, 102 Miller, Mr. Glenn O. 37, 151, 156, 158 Miller, Gregory 85 Miller, Laura 85 Miller, Martin 79, 152 Miller, Richard 85 Miller, Tamara 79 Mixed Chorus 98, 99 Moatz, Dolores 85 Model United Nations Club 102 Mohn, Linda 85 Mohn, Sandra 50, 112 Ninety-First Day 90, 91 Noll, Cheryl 85, 104 Noll, Gerald 85 Noll, Kathleen 79 Noll, Ronald 85 Northeimer, Diane 85 Nye, Stuart 79 O'Boyle, Nancy 79 Ott, Darlyn 79 Ott, J. Theodore 79 Owen, Mrs. Carol 24 Owen, William 85, 96 Oxenreider, Mr. Barret 140 Oxenreider, Mrs. Clara 21, 27 Oxenreider, Janice 85, 143 Oxenreider, Peggy 51, 94, 95 Papola, Linda 79 Parfet, Patsy 79 Parmet, Faith 79 Parzanise, Sharon 85 Paskos, Petra 51 Patti, Rita 187 Peck, Patricia 85 Pellegrini, Louis 79 Pennock, Georgia 79, 104 Moletress, Elizabeth 85 Moletress, Michael 85 190 Peskosky, Barbara Ann 85, 93, 102 Potteiger, Martha 79 Pradon, Stephen 79, 153 Pratt, Stephen 86, 96 Price, Mrs. Bonnie 36, 66 Prom 118, 119 Protheroe, Richard 79, 149 Pugliese, Anthony 86, 187 Pugliese, Peter 86 Purdon, Mr. Andrew 122 Quinter, Daniel 80 Rader, Barry 86 Rader, Jennilyn 86 Rapp, Barry 80, 138, 140, 141, 152, 153 Rapp, Mrs. Helen 24 Rapp, Susan 86 Rasbridge, Mr. Robert 122 Rauenzahn, Margaret 51 Ray, Sylvia 86 Reber, Lyndell 51, 94, 95 Redcay, Nancy 80 Reed. Gene 86 Reed, Ronald 51, 104, 118 Reeser, Greg 80 Reeser, Richard 52, 67, 145, 147 Reichenbach, Paul 80, 96 Reichert, Thomas 86 Reider, Josephine 86 Reider, Keith 80 Reifinger, James 86 Reifsnyder, Maryann 80 Reinert, Nairn 86 Reiniger, Lee 52, 96, 104, 146, 147, 156, 159 Reisenweaver, Karen 86, 104 Reitnauer, Ronald 106 Reitnouer, Keith 86 Rentschler, Linda 52 Rentschler, Lyndell 80, 94, 1 10 Reppert, Kerry 80 Rhoads, Diane 52 Rhode, Mr. Ronald 33, 58 Rhodes, Terry 86, 138 Richards, Michael 52, 150 Richards, Stephen 80 Richards, Stephen 86 Richardson, Linda 80 Richie, Mr. Carl W. 37, 106, 154 ' Riegel, Arlene 86 Roberts, William 86 Rodino, Filomena 52, 60, 92, 113,118,12O,123 Rohrbach, Allen 52, 110 Rohrbacher, Mr. Bernard J. 19, 69 Rohrbacher, Mr. Matthew A. 19 Rohrbacher, Terry 52, 63 Roland, David 52, 96 Rollman, Faith 80 Ross, Thomas 80, 123 Roth, Larry 118 Roth, Mike 80 Rothenberger, Ann 80 Rothenberger, Carol 80 Rothenberger, Catherine 52 Rothenberger, James 80 Rothenberger, Sharon 86 Rothermel, Mr. Daniel 18, 19 Rowe, James 80 Rowe, Richard 80 Rowles, Mrs. Thelma 24 Rutter, Larry 86 Sabatino, Donna 86 Sabatino, Judith 53 Sachetta, Robert 47, 53 Salks, Lngus 53, 146 Sallade, Michele 53, 120, 123 Sanders, Mark 86 Santoni, Carol 80, 93, 134 Santoni, Daniel 80 Sassaman, Donna 86 Savage, Richard 80, 122 Schaefer, Forrest 80 Schaeffer, Mr. Gerald D. 19 Schaffer, Jere 80, 159 Schaich, Fred 53 Schaich, Linda 80 Schein, Marilyn 86 Scheirer, Susie 80 Schettler, Charlene 86 Schlegel, Mr. Frederick 26 Schlegel, Linda 80 Schmehl, Donna 53, 71, 97, 123 Schmehl, Mr. Kermit H. 22, 23, 66, 69 Schmehl, Paul 80 Schmehl, Richard 80 Schmidt, Roger 80, 109, 138 Schmur, Roy 86 Seaman, Robert 86 58 Wagonseller, Randy 81, 159 Schoner, Richard 86 Schoning, Kathleen 53 Schonour, Linda 80 School Board 18, 19 Schroeder, Linda 80 Schrum, Christine 86 Schwambach, Timothy 30 Schweitzer, Gregory 86 Schweitzer, Ronald 86 Schwenk, Barry 86 Scianna, Mary 53 Seidel, Elizabeth 53, 120, 123 Seip, Mr. Leroy F. 36 Sekella, Mary 53, 94, 95, 111, 123 Selig, James 54 Seip, Mr. Leroy K. 36, 153, 154 Sell, llona 80 Sell, Mr. Matthan 32 Semmel, James 86 Senior Assembly 62, 63 Senior Class Play 60, 61 Senior Directory 180, 181, 182, 183 Senior Section 38-73 Shade, Frank 86 9 Shaffer, Cheryl 86, 94, 102 Shalter, Sandra 54, 94 Shaner, Mrs. Ethel 23, 26 Sharp, Jeffery 54 Shaub, Michael 80 Shaver, Donna 86, 104 Shaver, Joan 54, 104 Shaw, Robert 86 Shaw, Ruth 86 Shaw, Sandra 86 Sheetz, Brenda 86 Sheetz, Linda 80, 81, 123 Sherman, Linda 54 Sherman, Susan 86 Shipe, Dean 80 Shipe, Mr. Robert 20, 155 Shoemaker, James 80 Shollenberger, Gladys 54, 122 136 Shomper, Mary 54, 94, 120, 123 Show Band 96 Showers, David 86 Showers, Jeanette 54 Shrom, Roger 80 Shultz, Mrs. Dorothy 24 Sidella, Raymond 54, 106 Skrocki, Dorothy 54, 66, 67, 93, 113 Slagowski, Linda 80 Smith, Barry 86 Smith, David 87, 152, 154, 155 Smith, David L. 87 Smith, Donna M. 87 Smith, Everett 87 Smith, Harry 87 Smith, John 87 Smith, John 80 Smith, Michael 87 Smith, Mrs. Louise 24 Smith, Sandra 80, 100 Smith, Susan 80, 100 Smith, William 80 Snyder, Fredrick 80, 157, 159 Snyder, Patricia 87, 94, 142 Snyder, Robert 55 Snyder, Sandy 80 Sobresky, Kathy 80, 123 Society for Academic Achievement 70 Souders, Linda 87 Spancake, Mr. Claude 33 Spayd, Arlan 80 Spease, Dennis 87 Speck, Thomas 80 Spinka, Warren 87 Spohn, Cynthia 54, 55, 61, 102 Spohn, Mrs. Russell 27 Spohn, Spolsk Sports Spring Rosemary 81,104 i, Chris 81 Section 124-163 Concert 114, 115 Stalbot, Faye 81 Stalnecker, Barry 81 Stambaugh, John 87 Stamm, Linda 55, 99, 100 Stapleton, Mr. Robert 19 Starke, Mr. Herbert 26 Steely, Diann 55 Stefl, Mr. Harold 37 Steiner, Pamela 81, 122 Stephan, Mrs. Virginia 26 Stephenson, Barry 55, 104 Sterner, Barbara 81, 104 Stetzler, Carol 55 Stickles, Mr. Robert 32 Stitzel, Eileen 81, 92, 122 Stitzer, Darlene 31 Stoeber, Eileen 81, 122 Stoltzfus, Dale 55, 67, 104 Stoltzfus, Dean 55, 67, 104 Storm, Robert 55, 105 Stoudt, Barbara 87 Stoudt, Mr. Harold A. 18 Stoudt, Sandra 87 Stovall, Cynthia 82, 87, 111 Student Council 97 Stull, Janice 87 Sumrall, Barbara 81 Swimming 150,151 Swoyer, Douglas 81 Sv.foyer,Jan 81 Tennis 145 Teliho, Robert 87 Tennant, Miss Olive 30, 166-172 Thompson, Mrs. Mary A. 19 Tobias, Allan 55 Tobias, Donald 55 Track 156, 157, 158, 159 Tranquillo, Barbara 79 Trout, Nancy 79 Trout, Stanley 56, 67 Ulle, Robert 87 Ulle, Warren 56, 181 Umbenhouer, Jay 87 Underclassmen Directory 184, 185, 186, 187 Underclassmen Section 74-87 Vaccaro, Sandra 89 Valeriano, Andrea 56, 102 Valeriano, Judy 81 Vandegrift, Janet 87 Van Driel, Margaret 81 Varsity Club 106 Wagner, Karl 81 Wagner, Mrs. Maiorie 31 Waldbiesser, Linda 56, 183 Walker, Leslie 87, 106 Walls, Mr. David 35, 138 Walters, Linda 87 Walton, Sharon 81, 101 Wanner, Russel 87, 105 Warmkessel, Leroy 87, 137 Weaver, Darlene 81 Weaver, Donna 81 Weaver, Kenneth 81 Weglinski, Joseph 81 Wegrnan, Elaine 87 Weidenhammer, Raymond 81 Weidman, Bonnie 81 Weidner, Donald 87 Weidner, Paul 56, 106, 140, 153, 155 Weitzel, Kent 81, 119, 137 Weitzel, Mr. L. Ray Weller, Peggy Wenrich, Carl 87 Wentzel, Daniel 56 Werley, Linda 56, 100 Westley, Lynn 87 Westley, Michael 81 Wetzel, Sandra 81 Weyandt, Catherine 87 Wharen, Linda 87 White, Sharon 56, 101 Whitehead, Charles 56, 104 Whitehead, Leonard 57 182 Wielkotpolski, Blair 87 Wililams, Carol 87 Williams, Jack 81, 96, 101 Wilson, Mary 81, 92, 112, 123 VVinings, Mrs. Mary Jo 35 Withers, Kenneth 81 Withers, Terry 57 Witman, Diane 81, 108, 123 Witman, Sandra 57 Witmer, Linda 81 Witwer, Lauren 87 Wixon, Lamarr 81 Wixon, Lee 87 Woefinger, Carol 87 Wolf, Debora 87 Wolf, Margaret 57 Wolf, Timothy 137 Wolfe, Jeffrey 81, 101 Wolfe, Mr. Robert L. 36 Wolfinger, Betty Lou 87 Wolfskill, Joy 57, 99 Wollenhaupt, Mr. Wilbert 31 Wolter, Dieter 57, 66 Woods, Mr. Glenn H. 30, 66, 108 Wrestling 148, 149 Wunder, Barry 81, 139 Wysocki, Vicki 87 Yakimo, Linda 57, 59, 60, 61, 70 Yeager, Barry 57, 112 Yeager, Glenn 81, 96 Yeager, Joan 57, 95 Yeager, Rodney 57 Yeakel, James 87 Yenelayage, Mike 87 Yentsch, Larry 81, 101, 156 Yingling, Richard 81 Yingling, Sandra 87 Yost, Linda 87, 111 Young, Andrea 78, 81, 108 Young, Sharon 81, 94 Y-Teens 100 Zappacosta, Gary 58, 105 Zasztwat, Rosemarie 81 Zoppel, Robert 58, 140, 152, 154 Zuber, Cathy 87 Zuber, Garry 87 Zuchowski, Helen 87 Zuchowski, John 58, 104, 150 Zygmunt, Ronald 81, 97, 101 l9l We, The members of The senior Muhltohi ediTorial sTaff, express our deepesT Thanks To Those who have enabled us To make This yearbook. To Mr. Andrew Purdon and Mr. Roberf Rasbridge, wiTh whom we found excellenT cooperaTion, paTience, and abiliTy, we say "WiThouT you and your work, our yearbook would be boTh lacking and incompleTe." To Mr. Ronald Rhode and The arT sTaff we say, "Thank ybu for Tying in our Theme, currenT evenTs, wiTh The resT of our yearbook Through your drawings and arrange- menTs." To The adminisTraTion and faculTy we say, "Thank you for allowing us To inTerrupT you while Taking Those neces- sary picTures for The i964 ediTion of The MuhlTohi." To Mrs. Lois E. MeTzger and her business sTaff we say, "Thank you for handling The financial parT of The book. You are a very imporTanT parT of This organizaTion." And lasT, louT hardly leasT, we wish To express our deepesT appreciafion and hearTfelT Thanks To Mr. Glenn H. Woods, for "wiThouT you There would be no yearbook. Your advice, ideas, paTience, and work were indispens- able." 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