Muncy High School - Canusarago Yearbook (Muncy, PA)
- Class of 1946
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This issue of the CANUSARAGO, presented by the
seniors of Muncy, is an expression of our desires,
hopes, and ideas. We want to leave behind us the
urge to obtain the higher things in life. To the
teachers we give our sincere thanks for guiding us
along the proper lines and in helping to make this
issue of the CANUSARAGO possible. In these pages
you will find our fun and sorrows, our work and
play. We hope they help you recall the memories
of your high school days, and the real spirit of oul
Muncy High School.
The senior class of 1946 dedicates this issue of the
CANUSARAGO to the Fathers and Mothers, who are con-
stantly serving humanity. We want you to know the sac-
rifices you made to clothe, feed, shelter, and educate
your child were not in vain and never will be forgotten.
The little things you do and did to make your children
happy were and is an indication of your love and desire
for them to obtain the goal they have set. You may think
the little things you did for them were overlooked, but
they weren't. Everyone knows well what his parents
have undergone to raise him properly, especially if they
only had one parent. We understand their sorrows and
troubles they must have had and we are ashamed to think
that we were sometimes the cause of their worried air
and appearance. From the bottom of our hearts we
thank you for your wonderful care and guidance
throughout our entire life. We hope you like our book
which we dedicate to the most loved and appreciated
people in the world--our Fathers and Mothers.
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g'Canusarago,, was an aboriginal name for what is now called Muncy Creek and
is the earliest name preserved and handed down to us on good authority. In 1731,
Conrad Weiser, the celebrated Indian interpreter and guide, reported this name as it
was pronounced by the Indians of his generation. In proper interpretation of the
syllables of the Iroquoian dialect, he had the assistance of the Iroquois chief, Shikelli-
my who was with him at the time. Weiser's journal was written in German and later
translated by Dr. Muhlenburg, a man of great learning and knowledge of Indian
languages. It then found its way into Schoolcraft's great work and throughout its
many editions, the spelling of Canusarago still conforms to that given above.
In 1755, Weiser again passed this way and upon reaching the mouth of what is
now Muncy Creek, he again called it Canusarago and writes in his journal: "And as
we passed Canusarago, where a town now is," and again, speaking of the inhabitants,
"They are chiefly Showneos fShawanees1 and Chickasaws. There are about 20 men
in the town when they are all at home." Evidently upon his first visit, the village-
site on the rock to the north of the Creekis mouth had been unoccupied. It was now
tenanted by a mixed population from various roving tribes. While the name of this
town in Weiser,s day was Iroquoian findicating a previous outpost settlementl it
doubtless was originally a Susquehannock town with a name now lost to us.
The quotation above is dwelt upon as the term Canusarago, in the Iroquois
language, signifies a "Town on a Rock or a high place." Those acquainted with the
character and lay of the land at uthe point" will readily see the application of this
description. The deduction is, that the Iroquoian town on this rocky height gave its
own name to the creek.
In 1768, the first surveys were made in the valley, at which time the beautiful
name of Muncy was definitely attached, first to Muncy Manor, then to the Creek, to
Samuel Wallis' plantation, to the Fort Muncy, to the Valley and lastly in 1826, to
the present town of Muncy and the almost equally beautiful name, Canusarago, was
forgotten. It was not that there was anything in the name Muncy to characterize any
of these except that a tribe of Indians called Muncies, Monseys, or more correctly
Minsies, was found there, temporarily residing, at the time that the pioneers came.
This was not their permanent home. They were here under the direction and orders
of the powerful Iroquoian Confederacy.
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As we look back through the years at the history of education in Muncy, we are
profoundly impressed by the zeal with which the people have promoted the education
of their children. Muncy is twice blestg blest first in the fact that she has really made
some genuinely significant educational history, and also blest in that she has had
persons with foresight enough to record that history for future reference.
The old school building situated in Muncy Borough, although a masterpiece of
architecture when built in 1873, had outgrown its usefulness several years before a
new building was contemplated. When this building became overcrowded, the old
insurance building situated on the northwest corner of Main and High Streets was
purchased for school purposes. Later still, two rooms in the Masonic building were
rented to help house the ever-growing number of students. After struggling along
in this crowded condition for several years, a definite movement was made toward
the erection of a new and adequate school building for the Borough of Muncy by the
definite selection of a site. A plot of approximately 12 acres, the present school site,
was purchased. The conditions revealed by a survey of both the Muncy Borough and
Muncy Creek Township School Boards were considered by both boards, and it was
found to be to their mutual benefit to contemplate a consolidation in the interest of
adequate school building facilities for the joint districts. An organization was effect-
ed and the school districts consolidated under the name of Muncy-Muncy Creek Joint
School District. At this time, the township students had been attending one of four
different schools: the Glade Run School, the Port Penn School, Turkey Bottom or the
A private corporation of local business men was formed to sell bonds to raise
the money for the project. Under this system, the building is legally owned by the
corporation and leased to the school districts for a rental which gradually will retire
The building, which was begun in October, 1931, was completed at an approximate
cost of 3185,000, and ready for delivery to the hands of the Muncy School Association
and the Muncy-Muncy Creek Joint School District on .luly 15, 1932.
Tentative plans for future additions to the building have been submitted by the
architects. These plans represent three separate additions. The one on the west end
of the building would include a vocational shop, a new shop for the agricultural boys'
program, a cafeteria, and four additional rooms on the second Hoor. The proposed
addition to the central part of the building would carry out the enlargement of the
present gymnasium, and provide seating space for 1,000 spectators. The gymnasium,
would also have moving partitions and the auditorium would be extended to the rear.
On the east end of the building the addition would provide for six additional elemen-
tary class rooms.
Thus, after studying the history of our school, we come to the conclusion that, if
the number of educational institutions and developments is an indication of true
culture, then surely Muncy can be assured of a reputation second to none. Of this
record we students are truly proud. We feel the same as Daniel Webster felt in his
plea for Dartmouth College when he said, "lt is a small school, but there are those
of us who love it."
ERNEST H. ENG!-:LHARDT
MA., Supervising Principal
ESTHER H. PoUsT
M.A., Administrative Assistant
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President - - - - - J. ROLLIN EBNER
Vice President - - HAROLD M. SOARS
I Secretary - - HOWARD C. OPP
Treasurer ROBERT L. PLANKENHORN
JOHN L. BRUCH C. WILBERT REEDER
CECIL LANDIS RUSSELL VERMILYA
The school board's effective work through the years has provided us
with an excellent school and a fine faculty. Their co-operation with the
faculty has helped old activities continue and new Ones progress. We know
they will continue their fine work helping other students as they have
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DORIS G. CARPENTER
BS., Lock Haven State Teachers College.
A.B., Bucknell Universityg M.Ed., Univer
sity of Pittsburgh.
MARGARET H. REUTHER
R.H.C. Temple University.
BEss1E M. LoNc
Mansfield State Teachers Collegeg Buck
B.S., Susquehanna University.
R VIDA W. ROGERS
W Social Studies
Mansfield State Teachers College.
ANNA C. BRASUELL
B.S., Pennsylvania State College.
Science and Geography
Muncy Normalg Bucknell University.
MARY ELLEN WALDRON
B.S., Westchester State Teachers College.
DELOS M. BITLER
English, Science, Mathematics
Muncy Normalg Bloomsburg State Teach-
ers Collegeg Bucknell University, Potts
Shorthandg Williamsport Commercial.
HOWARD S. HARRISON
B.S., NLS., Pennsylvania State Teachers
Collegeg State Teachers of lndianag Ohio
University, New York University.
FLORENCE H. LEIBY
Bloomsburg Hospital Training School,
Pennsylvania State College.
EP EBEENTSTEGQIGHIEIFS S3153 CUEFDTUCQENI
The P. T. A. have been very active in their work this year. One of their main
projects has been the redecorating of the school library. They have purchased new
drapes which will add much to the comfort and beauty of the room and have planned
for tapestries and oil paintings.
This year as in other years they have carried on their excellent Student-Aid work
in which students needing glasses were supplied.
Open meetings were held every month except January and Board Meetings the
second Tuesday of every month. The P. T. A. has strived for attendance at their
meetings hy awarding prizes to the home room influencing the most members to attend.
Several of their enterprises for raising money were food, rummage, and pie sales, all
of which were successful.
They have aided a number of causesg mainly, the Red Cross, Tuberculosis So-
ciety, Cirl Scouts, and the Community Chest.
President - - - - MRS. JAMES M. PHILLIPS
First Vice Prcsiilcnt lhlR!4. HILBI-IRT W. HoUsi:KNl-:Cnr
Svczmri Vicc Prcsiricnt - - MRS. HOWARD W.ALLIS
Secretary - - - MRS. EARL Hovsrzxwrzcm'
Assistant Secretary - Mns. ll. F. BAKER
Treasurer - - MRS. Romznr ABROTT
Assistant Treasurer - MRS. FRANK HRLLER
Finance Committee Publicity Committee
Chairman ........... MRS. HAROLD M. SOARS Cllaifman ------------- MRS- EVGENH BERTIN
Co-Chairman ............. MRS. Jesse ELLIs Program
Attendance Committee Chairman ...... MR. ERN!-:sr ll. ENG!-QLHARDT
Chairman ........ MRs. VAN DoRN WERTMAN Slllflefll Aid
CoAChairman -- ....-... Mas. JOHN Comms Chairman -- ............ MRS. JOHN BRITCH
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HAROLD EUGENE AKERS
Academic 1, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 4,
Basketball 1, 4, lntramural Sports 1, 4.
LOUISE RIIEA HAIR
Academic 1, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 3, 4,
Scoop Stag 3, 4, Clee Club 1, 2, 3, 4,
Mixed Cborus 2, 3, 4, Ensemble 4, Li-
brarian 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Booster Club 4,
Class Play 3, 4, lntramural Sports 1,
2, 3. 4.
DONALD MARVIN B.xRTLow
Commercial 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 4, ln-
tramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Coun-
cil 4, Yearbook Staif 4, Class Secretary 4.
BETTY MAE BAYsoRE
Commercial 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Sports
1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 4, Modern Miss
Agriculture 1, 2, 3, 4, lntramural Sports
1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 3, 4, Student
Council 3, F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Keystone
Keystone Farmer degree.
Agriculture 1, 2. 3, 4, Band 1, F. F. A.
1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary County F. F. A. 4,
GLADYS LUCILLE BRASS
EDWARD LAMARR Bowan
Academic l, 2, Commercial 3, 4, Band 3,
4, Scoop Staff 4, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Class
Academic l, 2, 3, 4, lntramural Sports 1
2, 3, 4, Scoop Stall 3, 4, Yearbook Staff,
Editor 4, Librarian 3, 4, Clee Club 3, 4,
Tri-Hi-Y Executive 4, Mixed Chorus 3, 4,
Band l, 2, 3, 4, Class Travel Committee 4,
Booster Club 4, Class Play 4, Chapel
CLADYS PAIILINI5 CAMPBELL
Academic l. 2, Commercial 3, 4, Band l,
2. 3. 4: Orchestra l, 2, Scoop Stall 3, 4,
Clee Club 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, ln-
tramural Sports l, 2, 3, 4, Librarian 3,
Class Song 4, Class Travel Committee 4,
Class Play 4, Chapel Chairman 4.
ARLIJNIL MARIE CRAIG
Commercial l, 2, 3, 4, Librarian
If RANGES LUCILLIJ DIMM
Academic l, 2, 3, 4, C-lee Club 1, 2, 3. 4,
Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Ensemble 4, Student
Council 3, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Yearbook Staff
4, Class Poem and Pledge 4, Class Play 3,
Chapel Chairman 4.
KATHRYN JOAN DUGAN
Academic l, 2, 3, 4, Clee Club l, 2, Scoop
Staff 4, Yearbook Staff 4, Tri
Booster Club 4.
HXROLD JONAS EGLI
Academic l, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Sports l,
2. 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 3, Scoop, Editor-in-
chief 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4,
Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, M-Club
l. 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 3, Baseball 1, 2, 4,
Class llresident 4, Class Play 3, Chapel
LoRMA RAE Ecu
Academic l, 2, Commercial 3, 4, Scoop
Staff 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus
2, 3. 4, Ensemble 2, 3, 4, Intramural
Sports 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 3, Librarian 3,
Band 3, Yearbook Staff 4, Class Will 4,
Christmas Play 4, Chapel Chairman 4.
MARK ALLEN FEIGLES
Academic I, 2, Commercial 3, 4, Band I,
2, 3, 4, Football 4, Student Council 3,
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Sextet I, 2, 3, 4,
Class Play 3, 4.
BARBARA JEAN FUNSTON
Academic I, 2, Commercial 3, 4, Cheer-
leader 2, 3, 4, Band I, 2, Yearbook Staff
4, Librarian 3, 4, Class Play 3, Farewell
Song 4, Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4, Mixed
Chorus 2, 3, 4, Intramural Sports l, 2, 3.
Agricultural I, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Sports
I, 2, F. F. A. l, 2, 3, 4, President 2.
Academic l, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Spots
I, 2, Senior Class Play 2, 4, Mixed Chorus
I, 2, Boys' Glee Club I, 2, 3, Basketball
Manager 4, Yearbook Staff 4, Scoop Staff
4, Sportswriter 4, Class Trip Committee
4, Student Council 4, Booster Club 4.
Academic l, 2, 3, 4, School Patrol l, In-
tramural Sports I, 2, Christmas Play 4,
Senior Class Play 3, Mixed Chorus 3, 4,
Boys, Clee Club 2, 3, 4.
Academic I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4 Foot
ball l, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 4 Scoop
Commercial I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 4, Boys'
Sextet 4, Canteen Secretary 4, Clee Club
4, Class Will 4, Yearbook Staff 4.
N XOMI JEAN I'IOI-'ER
Academic l, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 4,
Scoop Stall' 3, 4, Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4,
Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Intramural Sports
I, 2, 3, 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y Presi-
dent 4, Librarian 2, 3, Class Play 4.
DoRo1'HY HELEN HOLDREN
Academic l, 2, Commercial 3, 4, lntra-
mural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4, Librarian 3, 4,
Prophesy 4, Scoop Staff 4, Farewell
Horn ARLEN15 HOUSEKNECHT
Academic l, 2, 3, 4, Student Council
Secretary 4, Yearbook Staff 4, Scoop
Staff 4, Clee Club l,2, 3,4, Mixed Chorus
2, 3, 4, Class Play 3, 4, Intramural Sports
l. 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Class History 4.
BARBARA RICNE KAHLI-IR
Academic l. 2, 3, 4, Cleo Club l, 2, Intra-
mural Sports I, 2, 3, Scoop Stall 2, 3, 4,
Assistant Editor of Scoop 4, Librarian 3,
Al, Tri-Hi-Y 3, Booster Club 4, Cheerlead-
er 2, 3, 4, Class Play 3, Hallowe'en
Council l, 2, 3, 4, Hallowe,en Treasurer
4, Class Song 4, Band l, 2, Teen Canteen
Connnercial 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Sports
l, School Patrol 1.
Boys' Sextet l, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 2,
3. 4, Scoop Staff 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 4,
Varsity Football 4, Basketball Manager
3, School Play 3.
CYNTHIA ANN Kress
Commercial l, 2, 3, 4.
GRACE IRENI-I KILGUS
Commercial 1, 2, 3, 4, Librarian 3, 4,
Intramural Sports 3, 4, Band 4.
ETIIEL MARIE KLINGERMAN
Academic l, 2, 3. 4, Intramural Sports
I, 2, 3, 4, Class Play 3, Captain of Li-
brarians 4, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Booster Club
41-: Scoop Staff 4, Yearbook Staff 4,
Chapel Chairman 4.
DEAN EMERSON LANDIS
Academic 1, 2, Commercial 3, 4, Wrest-
ling 1, 4, Intramural Sports 3, Mixed
Chorus 4, Senior Boys, Chorus 4.
NELSON E. LEVAN
Agriculture 1, 2, 3, 4, F. F. A. 1, 2, 3,
4, School Play 1, Intramural Sports 1.
Academic 1, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 3, 4, Var-
sity Football 3, Student Council 3, ln-
tramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook Staff
4, Chapel Chairman 4.
DALE RICHARD LITTLE
Commercial 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Basketball
2, 3, Intramural Sports 1, 2, Boys' Sextet
1, Boys, Clee Club 4, Yearbook Staff 4,
Scoop Staff 4, Student Council 4.
GEORGE AIIoIIsTUs MARTIN
Agriculture 1, 2, 3, 4, F. F. A. Secretary
2, 4, Varsity Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Wrestlirig
3, 4, Baseball 2, 4, M-Club 2, 3, Student
Council, Vice President 4, Hallowe'en
ANITA ANN MCMICIIAEL
Commercial 1, 2, 3, 4, Scoop Stall 4, ln-
tramural Sports 2, 4.
BETTY FoIIsT MICIIAEL
Academic 1, 2, Commercial 3, 4, Senior
Class Treasurer 4, Clee Club 1, Associate
Editor of Scoop 4, Assistant Editor of
Yearbook 4, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4,
Librarian 4, Class Play 3, Farewell Song
4, Chapel Chairman 4, Student Council,
BETTY IRENE MILLER
Commercial 1, 2, 3, 4, Scoop Staff 4, ln-
tramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4.
Commercial l, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Sports
l, 2, 3, Scoop Staff 4, Librarian 3.
JANET RAY N1xoN
Commercial l, 2, 3, 4, Librarian 2, 3,
Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4, Clee Club
l. 2, Farewell Song 3, Class Play 3,
Scoop Staff 4, Booster Club 4.
BETTY LOUISE OPP
Comniffrvial l, 2, 4, Scoop Staff 4, ln-
tramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4, Booster Club 4.
CAROLINE RODESSA OPP
Academic l, 2, Commerx-ial 3, 4, Scoop
Stall 4, Librarian 4: Intramural Sports l,
2, 3, 4, Class Motto 4.
MAX REUBEN PERSUN
Agriculture l, 2, 3. 4, F. F. A. I, 2, 3, 4.
Academic l, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Sports I.
2, Student Council 2, 3, Christmas Play
3, Yearbook Stall 4.
ROBERT RUSSELL RENN
Commercial l, 2, 3, 4, lntramural Sports
l, Varsity Football 4, Varsity Basketball
4, Mixed Chorus 4, Senior Boys, Chorus 4.
l.o1s JEAN RIDER
Commercial l, 2, 3, 4, Scoop Staff 4, ln-
tramural Sports 4.
MARY LoU SCHICK
Commercial l, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Sports
1, 2, 3, 4.
CHARLES Siioigris, JR.
Commercial 4, Senior Boys' Chorus -'l-.
RICHARD Li5HoY SHoL'r1s
Academic l, Commercial 2, 3, 4, Clee
Club 2, 3, 4, Boys' Sextet 2, 3, 4, Mixed
Chorus 3, 4, School Play l, School Patrol
l, Music Association, Vice President 4,
Scoop Staff 4, Yearbook Staff 4.
Commercial l, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Football
2, 4, Varsity Basketball 2, Intramural
Sports l, 2, Mixed Chorus 4, Senior Boys'
MARJoR1r: Louisa SPOGRN
Academic 3, 4, Booster Club 4, Scoop
Staff 4, Yearbook Staff 4, Librarian 4,
Class Play 3, Farewell Song 4, Class
SHIRLEY Doi' S1'RoUP
Academic i, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Sports
l, 2, 3, 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Clee Club 4,
Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Booster Club, Chairman 4,
Scoop Staff 4, Yearbook Staff 4, Librar-
ian 4, Chapel Chairman 4, Class Day Dec-
oration Committee 4, Student Council.
LORRAINE B. TAYLOR
Academic l, 2, Commercial 3, 4, Band
3, 4, Clee Club 4, Student Council 2, ln-
tramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4, Scoop Staff 4,
Librarian 2, Mixed Chorus 4.
Commercial l, 2. 3. 4, Yearbook Staff 4,
Scoop Stall 4, Clee Club 3, Senior Boys
Chorus 4, Intramural Sports 2.
GERALDINE REBECCA THICK
Commercial 1, 2, 3, 4, Scoop Stall' 4,
Student Council 1g Intramural Sports 3, 4
Lois ELNOR WHITMOYER
Academic 1, 2, 3, 43 lntramura
JEAN M. YoUTz
Academic 1, 2, 3, 45 Clee Club 1, 3, 4,
Mixed Chorus 3, 45 Intramural Sports 1.
2, 3, Scoop Staff 4, Yearbook Staff 45
Librarian 2, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 3, Booster Club
4, Hallowe'en Council 1, 2, 3, 45 Class
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office of a famous mystic, Rabbi Zimbovich, who has been most successful in predicting the future.
He ushered us into a dark den, the walls of which were draped in black velvet. He himself was
attired in a golden robe and turban. In the center of the room was a large crystal ball. As we
gazed into it, he made odd gestures which brought the spiritual world in front of our very eyes.
We were much concerned about the futures of the members of the Class of 1946. It took us all
evening to acquire the following knowledge that we were seeking.
Harold Akers owns a large garatge in Williamsport. As we look closer we see a large slgn: "Autos,
Helicopters. Autoglros, Bombers, an Transports."
Gladys -Brass having completed four years at Temple University is now a nurse in the Veterans Hos-
pital at Valley Forge.
qt Pan Heyl. because of his ability to get along wlth others, ls now personnel manager with Bethlehem
. ee .
Barham Funston has used her business ability to a high advantage and ls now Secretary to the
Presldent of Roblnson's.
Charles Kahler owns a farm just above Cogan Station.
Cynthia Kless has secured a husband by those faithful trips of the "Black Beauty" back ln "48."
Harold Reed is proprietor of a Bachelor's Home ln Georgia.
Grace and Harold are married and are llvlng on Mechanic Street, ln Muncy.
Louise Bair ls now an English Teacher in Harrisburg.
Max Persun has his own machine shop ln Rabbit Town.
Betty Baysore and Ray Baker are now happily married and are living in Pittsburgh.
Charles Sholtls has a prosperous machine shop in Harrisburg.
Dorothy Holdren having completed four years at Indiana State Teacher's College, is now back at
Muncy teaching others the fundamentals of Bookkeeping and Shorthand.
U iMarik Felgles has been graduated from Susquehanna University and is directing the hand at Colgate
n vers ty.
We flnd Jean Hofer teaching Physical Education at Stevenson's.
Phil Hltesman is singing over the Carnation Contented Hour every Wednesday evening.
Edward Bower is a famous criminal lawyer ln Los Angeles.
Ethel Kllngerrnan is head librarian at the Brown Library ln Williamsport.
Betty Miller with her shy Chippewa glamor has married and ls llvlng ln Hughesvllle.
Harold Snyder ls working at the Wire Rope.
Leon Temple has one of the largest pool rooms known to man, located ln Wllllamsport.
Rodessa Opp is now employed by the Pmdentlal Insurance Company.
Robert Renn is a famous artist ln New York.
Betty Motter now owns the Chere.
Janet Nlxon's married and is llvlng ln Delaware.
George Martin is a personal valet to Mr. Hurr.
Dale Little is a clvll engineer in Ohio.
Betty Michael is now married to Dan Heyl and they are llvlng ln the large city of "Clarkstown."
Henry Gordner owns a prosperous farm in the "Hills of' Tennessee."
Harold Egll, due to his millions, is now President of Mexico.
Joan Dugan having graduated from Temple University, is now a nurse at the Williamsport Hospital.
Ruth Houseknecht ls teaching Chemistry at Wellsboro.
Robert Gowers reports news for the "Muncy Times."
Donald Bogart owns his own cattle ranch in Utah.
Gene Beiber ls making out flne as a farmer. He now owns a large dairy farm which supplies Muncy
and vlclnity with "Belbers' Bottled Milk."
Gladys Campbell having finished a business course at F. and M. College is now a private secretary to
the manager of the Amco Feed Co.
Betty Opp ls a filing clerk at the "Missing Heirs Corporation" in Arizona.
Dick Sholtls after learning the trade of lumbering. has taken over the Faxon Lumber Yard.
Jean Ryder having finished a course at the Reading Bible School is now a missionary in India.
Lorma Egll is Vice President of the Muncy Banking Company.
Dean Landis ls a forest ranger out in Washington.
Nelson Levan ls famdng ln Strawberry Ridge.
Lucille Campbell, formerly Lucille Eichenlaub, ls married and ls llvlng ln Arkansas.
Bill Likens is proprietor of' a clothing store in New Jersey.
Leroy Karschner is a Private in the Army and is stationed at Fort Custer, Michigan.
Barham Kahler has reached her aim, that of being a florist. She has bought out Bryfogles and
Muncy now has "Kahler's Blooming Flowers" to its credit.
Lucllle Dimm is teaching at Ralston.
Arlene Craig ls married and living ln Indiana.
Lee Gulsewhlte ls just llvlng a quiet life in Kentucky.
Mary Lou Shlck has her own 'Beauty Parlor in Montoursvllle.
Marjorie Spogen is assisting some famous sclentlsts on a new type of' invisible bomb.
Shirley Stroup ls now a photographer for the "New York Times."
Donald Bartlow has obtained his goal and is now an aviator ln South America.
Betty Louise Yoder ls married and llvlng in Philadelphia.
Jean Youtz is proprletress of an Old Maids' Home near her father's ranch in Nebraska.
Lorraine Bankes, formerly Lorraine Taylor, ls residing in South Carolina.
Geraldine Trick is a secretary for Sears Roebuck.
Lois Whitmoyer is an Alrllne Hostess from Seattle to Hawaii.
Anlta McMichael ls a secretary at Lycoming Motors.
Mary Lou Shick
Staying Home Nights
Not Receiving a Letter
High Heels With Socks
Getting Up Mornings
Cork Not Shaving
High Heels With Socks
Only 24 Hrs. in a Day
Night Hawks at the
"Butch's" Corny Jokes
Chairs in Miss Long's
Boys Who Gossip
Heyl's Corny Jokes
I Thought I'd Die!
Don't Get Your Teeth
in a Sweat!
Oh Gee Wiz!
Can That Stuff!
Quit Racing Your
Oh Don't Be Silly!
Oh Darn It!
Heavens to Betsy!
Oh, My Goodness!
Get Off My Ear!
Well l'll Swan!
How Are Ya Doin'?
You know it!
That's for sure!
Fer cryin' out
What do you want?
Don't know do
Nuts to you!
What do you want,
I Wish I Knew
Long Ago and Far Away
lt's Been a Long, Long Time
Cotta' Be This or That
It Had to Be You
.lust A Little Fond Affection
Till the End of Time
It's Been a Long, Long Time
I Can't Begin to Tell You
Till the End of Time
You'll Never Know
There's No You
They Always, Always Pick on
Till the End of Time
I Can't Begin to Tell You
Some Sunday Morning
I Can't Begin to Tell You
It's Been a Long, Long Time
I'll Buy That Dream
I'll Buy That Dream
It Might as Well Be Spring
I Can't Begin to Tell You
Till the End of Time
Till the End of Time
Homesick That's All
You Came Along
Till the End of Time
I Wish I Knew
Till the End of Time
Till the End of Time
Into Each Life Some Rain
Fishin' for the Moon
Let the Rest of the World
Cotta' Be This or That
Till the End of Time
It Might as Well Be Spring
Let the Rest of the World
I Wish I Knew
Some Sunday Morning
I Wish I Knew
I Can't Begin to Tell You
I'll Be Seeing You
Accentuate the Positive
You Belong to My Heart
Let's Take the Long
I Can't Begin to Tell You
It Might as Well Be Spring
Writing Letters to
Dancing fwith Chucki
Playing Hooky and
All Kinds of Stuff
Swimming at Midn',llt
Hunting and Fishing
Pin Ball Machines
Air Line Hostess
An Old Maid
Owner of Gas Station
Time Will Tell
THE C HSS HUSTCNBY
Our first experiment began in 1934, with Mrs. Dice, Miss Koons and Miss Minsker as our
leading scientists. Enrolled in our class were 43 girls and 45 boys. Many of the students were
able to show their acting ability in the Tom Thumb wedding. Bonnie Bennett was the bride and
.lack Stolz the bridegroom. Betty Louise Yoder was the Maid of Honor. People who liked to
talk got their name in a house drawn on the board. .lean Youtz usually managed to get her name
there. At the end of the year we enjoyed our first picnic at Van Rensler's Park.
The scientists for our second year were Mrs. Goodenow, Mrs. Kschinka, and Miss Dunlap
t Mrs. Marvin Hartmanl. This year we were confronted with many new and strange experiments,
but managed to come through successfully. This year Ethel Klingerman joined the class. We put
on a play for P. T. A. which everyone enjoyed.
Our third year found us with Miss Dewald tMrs.Elderi and Miss Stahl fMrs. Stahli leading
us. This year Danny Heyl entertained us one day by bringing a snake to school. It scared the
teacher and she jumped on a chair. We did quite a bit of writing this year in Penmanship Class.
Our fourth year found us climbing the steps to be greeted by Miss Berriman tMrs. Max Frey?
and Miss Betty Hafer tMrs. Seith Schockl as our scientists. This year Dorothy Holdren began her
career as a writer, writing long and humorous stories for English Class. We lost, this year, Lucille
Eichenlaub from our group and Harold Akers joined us.
Beginning our fifth year, we found the experiment becoming more complicated and difficult.
This year our experiment was conducted by Miss Brelsford tMrs. Graham? and Miss Waltman
tMrs. Voneidai. This year Ethel Wallis left us and we were joined by Louise Bair.
Sixth grade found us under the leadership of Miss Waldron and Mrs. Kschinka. This year
many were in the Glee Club. During this experiment Barbara Kahler joined us with her witty
sayings and also Lorraine Taylor became a member of our group. If you should look outside of
Mrs. Kschinka's door this year you usually found someone in the hall. Sometimes you could find
five or six. We had our first Chapel Committees this year and this ended our first successful half.
The seventh year of our magnificent experiment found us going downstairs to a new and dif-
ferent world. Changing classes every period, found many of us becoming lost, but everyone
seemed to receive a thrill from the new things Junior High School had to offer. This year our
home room teachers were Mrs. Arthur and Miss King. The girls put on a gym exhibition under
the supervision of Mrs. Weaver.
The scientists for our eighth year were Miss Stiber tMrs. Winter? and Miss Stewart fMrs.
Weaverl. During the winter the class enjoyed a sleigh ride in the country, but some found them-
selves behind and had to walk back. Our section had quite a time this year with the changing of
teachers. Mrs. Morgan took Mrs. Weaver's place after substitute teachers had been there.
Our ninth year found our experiment coming to a more decisive point. Our leaders for this
year were Miss Long and Miss Wolfgang tMrs. Latshawl. Betty Baysore joined us this year. At
our promotion exercises this year Lucille Dimm read the Bible and Betty Michael led the entire
grade in prayer. Our theme "What America Means to Me" was given by Barbara Kahler, Ethel
Klingerman and Dean Landis. Ethel Klingerman and Harold Egli received the American Legion
Our tenth experiment was bringing us near the close of what we have been trying to attain.
Mr. Crist and Mr. Musial helped us with our experiment. ,Ioan Dugan became a quiet and shy
member of the class. We were faced by many problems in Biology, but were helped over the rough
bumps by Mr. Musial. This year was very exciting, and what was classed to most of us as an
"aeronautic class" undef the supervision of Miss Garnaucia. We lost Don Freeh this year. At the
end of the year some of the class held a picnic at Rolling Green Park.
The eleventh experiment found us under the leadership of Mrs. Martin and Mr. Myers.
Donald Heincleman left for the Army and Majorie Spogen joined us. Some of us were in the
class play this year "As You Like It." Lucille Eichenlaub left this year, but hoping to return
sometime in the future. Ethel Klingerman won the State Essay Contest on the subject, "Thomas
Jefferson, His Contribution to American Democracy."
Our scientists, this year of 1945-46, were for 12Z Mrs. Engelhardt and 12A Mr. Clendenin, who
was replaced by Mr. Musselman after Christmas. ,lust before Christmas we had a farewell party
for Mr. Clendenin, who left to go to higher institutions of learning. Harold Akers once again came
to Muncy High and LeRoy Karschner left for the Army. The potential energy that for twelve
years has been stored up is about to be exploded into a new type world.
Cl. SS will
We, the Class of 1946, of Muncy High School, being of sound mind, memory, and understand-
ing, and about to leave the beloved halls and classrooms of M. H. S., do make and publish this, our
last will and testament, hereby making void any former wills or promises, made at any previous time.
To the faculty we bequeath our most sincere appreciation of their efforts in trying to make us study
and learn, which did not go entirely unheeded.
To the Junior Class we leave our ability of getting along with the teachers. We hope you'lI mnke
good use of it. kids.
To Mrs. Engelhardt we leave our interesting books for use in her future Engllsh Classes.
We leave our sophisticated and serious ways to the Sophomores. You can't use them more than we
did-or can you?
To the Freshmen we give the courage that carried us through our arduous years of mental strain in
Our personal bequeaths are as follows:
Jean Rider bequeaths her bashfulness in the classrooms to Betty McManlgal.
Dick Sholtls wills his ability to sneak out and see Ethel Harmon without Spook finding it out to
Geraldine Trick bequeaths her knowledge of rural routes to future bus drivers and mapmakers.
Leon Temple wills his artistic ability and his "Walt Disney" cartoons to Kenny Rohm.
Shirley Stroup wills her bottle of shrinking fluid to Elsie Campbell.
Lee Gulsewhite wills his job at Murray's to Keith Michael.
Phil Hltesman wills to all Port Penn boys, the ability to keep the path across the ball diamond clean
for future use.
Lorraine Taylor wills her wasp waist line to Rena Houseknecht.
Bill Likens wills his name of "Captain" to a good and close friend. Paul Stackhouse.
To Mary Louise Bostwick. Mary Lou Schick bequeaths her pleasant giggle that always comes at the
right time and right places!
Betty Miller wills her glasses to Mildred Bair. 4Do you need to see any better, Mllly?J
Harold Akers leaves to Gene Baysore the ability to drive up to a Clarkstown gas station and get
more than gas.
Betty Opp leaves her ability to be at ease in dresses as well as slacks to June Brass.
Ed Bower leaves his intelligent and upmost attention in Bookkeeping to anyone who needs it. and
Betty Motter bequeaths her long black tresses to Sara Evans.
"Moose" Heyl leaves his strong and muscular build to Dick Rogers and hopes he'll use lt.
To Corky Dugan. Rodessa Opp leaves her ability to know what is going on in Clarkstown at all times.
"Dawse" Little wills his height to Kimber Smith to use in future Basketball teams.
Betty Baysore wills Mary Lou Hill the ability of having the mailman deliver mall regularly.
Ruth Houseknecht and Lucille Dlmm will their wr rides at noon to all future Senlors that bring
their lunches. -
Don Bartlow wills his ability to get the ear on Sunday night to go to Young Peoples Meeting to
"Dot" Holdren wills her ability to get along with Mr. Musselman to Betty Bellak.
Charlie Kahler wills his nice car to any future Senior.
To Jane Poust, Barb Kahler leaves her place as a member of all organizations.
"Bob" Renn wills his ability of only being a week behind in Bookkeeping and getting along with
Mrs. Poust to Bill Reeder.
Joan Dugan wills her sophisticated ways to Ann Vredenberg.
Cynthia Kless wills her pleasing personality and ability to win friends to Janet Anderson.
"Salty" Snyder leaves to any future discharged Sailor a date with Louise Bair.
Barb Funston leaves her ability to go with several boys at one time without getting into too much
trouble to Gladys Ellis.
Dean Landis leaves to "Domer" Balliet his ability to get acquainted with more than one glrl ln
Williamsport and Montgomery.
tl Lorma Egll wills her ability to get honor roll cards to any one in Senior High who thinks they need
Mark Felgles leaves his ability of being a lady-killer to Ben Sevlson.
Afnttla McMichael wills her shy and reserved ways to Mary Jane Moran, hoping she'll make good
use o em.
Jean Youtz wills her ability to speak and yell "buddy" to the future cheer leaders of M. H. S.
Cork Egll leaves Bill Danley his position in every active sport.
Lois Whitmoyer wills her time spent at I-lurr's to anyone who thinks she can meet friends there.
Gene Belber leaves to Hook McKee his strenuous activity ln Agriculture.
Jean Hofer wills her alarm clock to Shirley Seibert. so she can get to band practice on tlme.
To anyone who wants a test from "Zig," Gladys Brass will give her book entitled, "Ten Ways to Get
a Test From Mr. Musial."
Don Bogart leaves to James Hlll his love for the Clarkstown girls.
Gladys Campbell leaves her position as Saxophone player ln the band to Roberta Michael.
Henry Gordner leaves to Sam Newman his ability to have a car and never be seen with a girl ln lt.
Lucille Elchenlaub leaves her ability to take everything with a smile to anyone who ls unhappy.
Max Persun leaves to his brother. Harold. his flaming red hair that all the girls love.
Marjorie Spogen leaves her ability to get along with the Turbotvllle teachers to "Dot" Riley.
Ethel Klingerman leaves her straight "A" report card to Alida Kerstetter.
Nelson Levan leaves to his brother. Paul, his friendship with all future Senior glrls.
Grace Kllgus and Louise Bair will their love for boys on the Football team to Phyllis Balllet and
George Martin leaves his position at Hurr's of giving bigger cones for 5 cents to Jackie Bennett.
Arlene Craig wills her red face when angry to Joanne Purpuri.
Charles Sholtls leaves his wavy hair and plaid shirt to Torrence Stackhouse hoplng he uses lt.
Janet Nixon bequeaths her reserved seat at the Chere to Lois Derr.
Mrs. Martln's pet. "Dizzy" Reed. leaves to a poor unfortunate French student hls book entitled.
"How to Try to Learn French. but Not Like It."
Betty Michael wills her studious like nature in Problems of Democracy class to Eleanor Waldron.
The above will has been subscribed. sealed, published. and declared by the Senior Class of the Muncy
High School, the testntors. as their last will and testament given in our presence. who at their request
and ln each others' presence have subscribed our names as witnesses, this lsth day of May. 1946, ln the
clty of Muncy and state of Pennsylvania.
Ssmoa Hlcr-I Scnoor. FACULTY.
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For courage, truth and faith firm fixed
We're ready not to sway.
We may not yet have won our fame,
Or gathered large success,
Yet we have this to our acclaim
We've always done our best.
Excellent teachers have helped us
From the first to this day,
Our parents also have led us
Straightforward-lest we stray.
We leave with courage strong and true
With truth we have no strife
Our faith will be our guide to do
Our best, in this new life.
Molto: THE SKY,S THE LIMIT
Class Colors: BLUE AND GOLD
Class Flower: BLUE AND YELLOW CARNATIONS
C GQISS EWLED E ? 11941-C5
As we, the class of 194-6, go forth with the query of youth, we set forth this pledge
as a reminder for all the worthwhile ideals we have learned in our school life. We
pledge to our country and community to try always to live as worthy, useful citizens.
To our school we pledge wholehearted loyalty in years to come. To ourselves and
following generations we pledge an honest effort to live decently and honestly and to
help make our world a better place in which to live.
May God always he with us in this our pledge.
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S1'l'lllHI Row Brady Luwv. ,loan 'l'aylm'. Norma Smith, Mary .Iunv Horan, Dllftlllly Rilvy. BP
Bm-nm-ll. Phyllis Hallie-t. Nlargurm-l Hart, Nlarlhu F1-i
lirsl How, lmfl In Higglml lflinor llivks. Bc-tty Rf-Ilak. llnlwulllw Drick. Rum' Una Xpp. .Iill'lllI1'lyll
wuml Huw Slvllu Fry. Min-v Dvrr, lnmgvm- Hankvs. lilsie- llamplu-ll. Nlury l3ul'l1mlr,,Iuu11 Illia-5
man, Gladys Ellis, Hvnu ll0ll24l'lxll4'l'Ill. Hvlty ,Ivan fu
lllirml Row Cllvslvl' Flllllll. Us-lfre-al llnlnws, john Capps-s, Umm- Baysurv. xVt'll!Ull Falls:-y. I4-wi
Hngurl, Maurice- l3im'ln'l'. Lvwis ,lone-s.
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uurlh Huw 'l'lwmas lls-ilmun. :Xuslin .Nrllc-y. Gmrgv lluvvrt. Frank U:-rr. Hn ln-rl Bd xllllllll
Hurt. llurulal Urivk.
First Rnw. IA-fl to Right FlUl'l"lll'QJ Rislwl, .'X1'lf-lu' H1
lilvuuur xvilllllwllh CUl'l'iIlt' Lowe-. Charlulle Wvawr,
Mufwunigal. Lois L1-v. Richard Rugvrs.
" ' Cliil'll'S 0'ifm111ul'. ,lulm Vhllkf-r, Rivllzxwl Nusa. Xvillianx Rf'l'1lt'I'. Hililllfll Whip
lllml Huw ,I
Bl'll1'K' S0111-ra, Br-nlun Scwismx. Hulwrt Mym-N.
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Firal row. l,1-ft lu lligrlll .Ivan llill. lflm-1-m-v l.iIllm'. Nlury lfrunlz. Sum lfxuns. lh-wily Luwv. Car
I4-nv l"vig:lm's. Xlury l,uu llill. l,ouisv llnslwivlx.
Qcwviiml Huw lflizzilwlli GI'lIlll'I'. Luis Di-rr. .Nliilu Kl'l'hl1'lll'l'. C1'ln'xim-w lim-rrivlx. llvwrly llwrs
Nlililn-ml Bair. Nlilclri-il Baylor. Nanwy Bl'Il1'll.
l'lliril Row .lLllllK'S llill. l"l'n-il liilguif. Philip Ilall. Alun llugiun. l"r1'1l 'Xiulr-rfmi. Wilfrrwl llunli-y
lfurl Fry. .limmiv llill.
l"tllll'lll Huw l'flm4-r llrvsll. Dull- Ilniisi-lxm-rlll. l'illQl1'll4' l"e-ililvr. lfrunlx lfmisl. Nlurxin lfry. llunulil
xlltlt'l'Slhll. llvan llugzil'l.
First Row. l.z-fl Io Right .laim-5 Svliivlx. Cvralml Slllilll. llarlvm- Nvvvlnun. llarrii-I Ragvr. xl2lfQlill'1'l
Xlillvr. l.z1rulim- Slurr. .lunc Nlillvr. Bm-ily Nlya-rs. llarulml l':-rsiil1..la1'k Xml:-r.
5l'l'lllNl Row SillllllQ'l Nm-wmun. Xlurggurefl Nluyvr. 'llwrvlla Xlivliavl. Ili-lvn X-i'llllgllSlxll'li. Sylvia
Rugrvrs. Uloria Slilllvr. lYlilI'll'llQ' Xllll'I'l1j'. Jllilllllf' l'u1'puri. lluwzml xll'Kl'f'. Rulu-rl Lillvnf.
Tllirml Row lmslm-i' Snyilvr. Carol Tailor. l"iXl'lYll Smivs. Paul lmxan. Frml Sllllllllllli. nlrlvm- 'l'ri4'k.
M'le'm- Yanilinv. Rivlizlrxl Sliuilmliiilx. I
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l"ir:4l Row. Lt-ft to Right Bvtty Martz. Dvlorc-2+ lfx-nstx-rl11zl1'l11'1g Uliw Bomhoy. lln-tty lfisln-r, Donna
llllvlx, Doris lfllia. Rita Nlae- llall, .Ivan Alh-n, Cllr-atns Kahlvr.
51-1-onml Row Nl:-rla llackvr. Donna Fry. Esthvr llill, Gladys Biggs-r, Dolly Fry. FlllI'l'Ill'1' Hall.
'I'hi1'rl How Ray Nlcllarty. Kay Nlicliavl, Rolwrl lNlcNlanigal. llarry :Xntlre-ws. Slanlvy l.m'as, Carl
lliggvr. Nlax Evans. ,Ianni-s Fviglvs, William Carpe-ntvr. Donahl Balliol. lla-nry Kilgus.
First Row, Lf-ft to Right 'Donald Rvvml, Charles Pc-rsnn, Nlary Lon Kahlvr. janv Youtz, Frame-s
Som-s, Doris Shook, Shirley Svihvrt, jane Poust, liarl Stackliouse, Kimlwr Smith.
Scvonrl Row lfrlwarrl Shitw, Bruce Mille-r, Rohr-rta Mioliavl. Hs-tty Nlillvr. Shirlvy Starr. Barhara
Ann Nlvrrill. Hvwrly Miller, Rohvrt W'oomll:'y, Rohr-rt Yvttvr.
Thiral Row Afllllll' Uprlvgraff, Bvnjaxnin Rf-nn, Paul Sl3Clill0llSl'. Sylxia Randolph, Florence
Wm-rtman, Nlary Nlillc-r, Richard Soars, Paul O'Dell.
Fourth Row llarnwn Rislwl. Bvverly Turner, Harry Stump, lingem- Warn-n. William Taylor.
l.iilI10Ill Wallis. Donald Weaver.
Tho Ninth Cratle' this yt-ar start:-tl its lligh School Carvvr. Eavh lnvnilwr of tht- vla:-5 triwl the'
vonrst- for whivh hc is ln-st suitr-ml anrl vach om' was ht-lpml to grasp the- knovvlf-rlgs' with thc-
,LIlIltl2llll't' of CUlIlIJ1'l6'I'll tvaclwrs. Many of the hoys are onlhnsvcl ahout joining: the Xarsity Foothall
tvam. They wvrv also happy to join the ,lay-Yves Basketball tram.
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First linw, L4-lt In Right Ruth Baysurm-. H:-gina lf?-iglf-s. Wancla Ellis: llulurvs Uri:-lx. llc-tty ,Ivan
ltauuu-r. Juni- Be-nm'tt. .ldltll't' ltvans, Lottie- Harmlo. Mary lztta llvrrirlt. Palsy lluuss-lun-1'lit.
Svcoiul Huw Rulwrla Foiglvs, Arlt-iw .'Xmlm'rs4u1. Yiula Arthur. Uiant- lfalwr. llnris Buwi-rs, B4-wrlw
Bair. ltuna llUltSl'lxIN'l'ltl. YlE'lfjlll'lt' lllll. Patricia l'1'IlSll'I'lllill'llt'l'. Nun l.uuisn- lfrlwartls.
'l'hirml Row De-I Rayinuntl Baysurv. Rolwrt De-rr. Roh:-rl llaysnrv. Barbara liulwr. .llIlll' lfalwr. tlarl
llarnvs, ltinfurfl Frm-y, lillglvltl' Burns. Us-orgv Frantz.
First How. l,t-ft to Hight B1-the-I Javolvs. lilizalwth Mr'tIarty, Lf-all KI:-vknvr. Duris Laura-nsnn
llravt- Kvpn:-r. Charlotte- Oth-n, Martha Mulligan. Ruth Ann Murray. Shirlvy Slt01'Ill8l'il'f
SQ'l'0ll4l Row Patrivia lflavk. .Xnn She
Martha Walmlrun. Martha lm-. Yinla Opp. Ann Rishel.
Thirml Row ,lzunvs Rogvrs. llharlvs Wallwr. Melvin Myt-rs. Marvin Mya-rs. John Km-lly. Holwrt
l'aiutun. .lame-s Updf-rgrapll. Laurvnct- Sayr:-.
wrnakvr. Doris Rohm. l"ram'vs Ann .lal1n. Charlotte' Youll
Fourth Ruw Huh:-rt Svhmlt. Oscar Kilgus. Richarel Mivhavl, Dr-an Spring, Lynn Yagvl. Donald
Pvgg. Husserl Yovuin. Rolwrl Stow-r.
This year thi- Eighth liradt- is doing tinv. handling tht- task of We-tting: re-ally to inuw- un to tht
Ninth Uratlv and the diff-r t '1't"'t' f tlen F
f an a nt ws ur It 1. Thvy have a rf-pre-sentativv on tht- Studi-nt
Counvil. as does the SPV!-'ntll Cratlv. They cuntinuv work in all sc-twol suhjm'ts. trying to finml
whvrv tht-ir best talents and abilities lie-.
lfirst Row. IA-ft to Right- Clifford Koehler, Hruvf' Ilill. l,or1-lla Fry, H+-tty Funaton. Rae Byerly.
llelvn llotner, Ruth lfeiglt-s. Barbara Frantz. Peggy Fislier, Charles Hardo. Jann-S Drm-hr,
Se-vmul Row Kenneth Dunlap, Ruth Bartlow, ,lohn Billhime. Benjamin Gardner. William Kahler.
Ls-onard lfiraulo. Grave Barto. l':llll0I'lS Gideon. Richard llall, Kenneth Brink.
Third How Dah- Craig, Edward Hitler, Dorotln-a llarmon, Ruth Britlain. William llrt-hr, Marjorie
llieluer, Phyllis llc-lwrling, llarry Colm-r. Warren Allen. John Brooke. Rohm-rt liiirkliolclell Wal-
ter llartlow, Ann Ummm.
First Row. Left to Right Gene Shoemaker, ,lack Rohm. Doris Temple. ,lanive l.upold, Connie'
lleim. Us-lty Miller. Patty Klecknrr, Mary Tallman, Louise Peterlnan, Nlark Waltrnan. Donald
Svcontl How Hivharrl YanBuskirk. Harold Leech. Russell lllshalfer, ,lark 5:-vison. live-lyn Weawr.
,loannv Lowe, Nlilrlred Rishel, Evelyn Miller. June Taylor, Carl Narlwr.
Third Row Sara Little. Wallcla Stililer, Florenve Wcille, Torrenve Stavkliollsv. Rove-rt Smith. Paul
Rwvt-. JUTOIIH' Levan. lloward Wallis. Dale Spencer.
Fourth How We-Sl:-y Mann. Melvin Mcflarty, Robert Woodley, Rieharml XVt'I'lIUiiIl, Charles Yovuin.
This year when the Seventh Grade Came into Junior lligh School. they found something entirely
ns-w and unknown to them. The boys have taken shop for the first time, the girls have started
ss-wing, and all change rooms fur different classes. Junior High Varsity work is started in the
pluyt-il for us to sing: carols: Wvslcy Mann playa-tl piano se-lr-c'Iinns. aml Ilia- Sixlli I :alla
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C CFDSS GLF 9522
Firwt Row. Svatvil. l,a't't tn Rigzlit .limo Frey. llom' App. lillvn Aka-rs. Doris llrnwn. Patty Ann K-
Willwlmina llrcm-isun. Priscilla lim-nnott. Sliirlvy llnrk. Nlarin-nlon l,anri-nwun. Slim-rr' l,uu Kvllvr
Sucuml lluw l'arulyn llryfoglv. llvlnrvs Frey. lilvaimr llill. Nlartlia F1-ns!L-i'ii1:u'l10i'. Marv Katlirvn
llivlslliigrt-i'. llcu-rly llill. llarliara .tim lattlo. llovvrly Svll:i0lTt-r. Lynn Di-rr. i i
'l'lnir1l Ruw Ilunalml llit-ks. Damalcl litlwarils. l'aul tillisvwliitv. f'lIJll'll'S l.ittlt'. Alliiuii lluwt-rw, Uwai
lm-1-li. 1.1-u tirnm-lwrg. .Iulm llalliut. William llaywrc.
lfunrtli Row .lamvs lirittain. .lnlm tlarllnvr. l.arry lkmfvr. .laim-s Arincs.
7'f'ur'liw' Miss G,xs'rr:ii
" I w. Scatvil. Loft to liigrlit .Xila Vlsliafcr. Ann Vvrmilya. Sara Nlillvr. Nlarg:ars-t Nlottvr. .Ianii-0
' cr. Ilt-lon l'onst. Ilnris Nlillioim. Alive- Ann Swartz. lit-tty lam Nlim'1-nmyor. Nurlna Sllllllllblli.
Gvvuinl limi' .l0anm- Svllmwk. Nlill',L'!2ll'0l XVilliams. IJ4 I
ldllvn lhlim, Gloria Warren. Nl:irg:arct l'vclclit'. lla-lon Spalilingr.
I'liiril ltuu Ill ill Willi '
arntliv Nlillor. Slim-ryl Swim-rvillc. Nlary lam Uilun,
V ' ax' : s, Nlarlm Wolf. 'l'lmmas Myers. 'lllI0llltlS l'mlauI'. Alvin Narlwr. llvralil Ymlvr,
NM-sh-y Shank. Karl Nciils-rm-rgoi'. l'aul We-rtman.
'mirth lion' Nvil Nnss. 1ll'0l',Zl' Xlnlligan. XVayi1v l'rintzvnlmtf, l.arm- Smith. Rivlmrtl Smith. Km-nm-tn
S4lIllIlll'l'S. lfloyil S1-llvrs.
Wi' liail a spvvial prograin t'2ll'll morning: tln' wvrk lwforr- ffliristinas Vlllilllllll. Nlr. l,l'ltl'tc
L" - Unarli-t
1lHlSlsllllU in aym' 4' lt' mtl, 'llll0l1lilS Nlyvrs. ,lanws ulrnlvs. and William lfilgxvwurtli. sang for
s. Nlany uf ns partiviputml in lllv gli-e vlnli lllis yt-ar. Our lmys r-njuyf-ml playing luualwlliall.
QLGHSS 9 3
First Row, Seated, Left to Right ,'-- John Brink, llarper Ahhot, Virginia Bartlow, Patricia l.auehle,
,lanet Bartlow, Doris llill, Yvonne Fenstermacher, Mary Ann Ciraulo, Frederick Lewis, Ken!
Second Row fRiehard Cipriani, Ralph Feigles, Ronald Feigles, Marie Dimm. Rosemary Ellis,
Betty lfeigles, Sandra lfaker, George Barnes, Donald Blair, Jack lfdwards.
Third Row Lena Arthur, Thomas Dewald, Cary Camphell, Kenneth Feigles, John Camphell. Mal-
eolm Barlow, Rohert lflmer, Fannie Evans, Charlotte Dugan.
First Row, Seated, Left to Right V-Paul Funston, Rohert Vredenherg, Dawn Merrill, Merala NleKee,
Nancy Taylor, Betsy Youll, ,lean Lowe, Doris Mines-moyer, Neil Mieltael, ,lohn 0'Brien.
Ser-ond Row James Yoeum, Donna l.owe, Romania Yoeum, Catherine Shook, Mary Purpuri,
Evelyn Williamson, Shirley Nixon, Blanche Stackhouse, Leona Mellarty, Kathryn Keener.
Third Row Elherl Williams, Alhert Kelly, Ronald Hartman, Brady Snyder. Harvey Green, James
Seltoelt. Charlie Opp, Ceeil Laurenson.
We enjoyed our Christmas season and had a good time making Valentines. Some of our class
won prizes at the llallowc-'en Party. This year the hoys played gym under Mr. Bellak, the coach.
The hoys and girls of this grade are getting interested in their future hy keeping materials that can
he used in their later years.
l'irst Row at Bottmn, Lt-ft tu Right 'Ivan Hartman, Richarfl tlottevliall. William fifvrwli. Siiirlvy
.Xntlc-rson. Nl:-riam Bic-lwr, Cynthia Guisewhitf-, Phyllis App. l'atri1'ia tlarimvr. Clara Kilgus.
tfliarlvs llill. Rivllard Brittain. tlvnrgt- Bartluw.
'Nlitlallv Huw Ralph llallif-t, Nlary Arthur. Carnlinc- llallman, Sllirh-y Cnnfvr. Hvlra l.un Kahlvr.
latriviu Hvllak, ,loan Ht-ilman. Faye' Frvt-ll. Edna Crm-11, llaroltl All:-n. Rivharml llicks.
lluvk Ruw 'l'imuthy tfmnnum. Rivliartl Ft-iglc-s, Norma Jn-an Kilgus, Sandra FilllI'f'llglt'I'. llvnnis
Twu-lzvr 'Miss Rm NINGI-IR
Front Huw, l.m'ft tu Right Huy Xlaurvr. Patsy Rec-sc-r, Ruth l,llI'2lS. Shirlm-y St'1'lIll'S. Shirlm-y Nlil-
li:-im. Nancy Wallman. Clara l.:-vt-li, Patricia Kilgus. Cimlon Stroup.
Nr-volul Row Earl Poust. llunalrl Rc-cvv. Dc-lnrisv Warren. Nl2lI'gllll't'l Spalding. Luis xlt'fl4IWt'll.
,lm-an Umlon. Ruth Wulfv. .lam-t Nluorv. Ruth Svllc-rs, Clay Simian, Nlax Whipplz-.
Buvlx Row lfrm-st Hishvl. Rohr-rt We-rlman. Rulwrt Stump. William Wallis. l':llfll'IN' Lupohl.
This your lla haul lun putting: on a play for lj. T, K. "A Colonial Tm Party in the- Days uf
Xvttslliiiggtoiif' il-1 mutla- mural paintings nf the Nativity Svviu-. in r'olorwl chalk. Our lmys playt-tl
ym uncle-r tht- clirvvtiun of Nlr. Bellalx. the marll. this ye-ar.
Tl'llf'1Il'fA' Mas. Smut.
First Row. Svalvrl. Lvlt lu Right- -'Harry Brilharz. llaroltl Bitlt-r, Donna ,Ivan lmwis. Barhara
IH-mltliv. Susanna Flivk, Shirley Briltain, Margarvl Bargrr, Cvralmlimf Hrclwisvn. Yvonne Allen.
l.uthc-r Barilu, Frank Ciraulo.
Svvuml How 'Jams-s lftlwards, Frank H4-llvr, Rugs-r Kurtz, Kenneth llill. llnmf-r llilm-r. llans
i':ItQlt'lll2lI'tll, Nlax li-igln-s. Wlilliam Laura-nsun, Samui-l Feiglvs, Dunaltl Alu-rs.
Tllirtl Huw Uvnnne- llarlman, Shirley tfipriani, Jean Gardner, Rnhert llultzapplv.
First Row, Si-atc-tl, l,t-lt to Right -Nlarlin Wvrtman, Naumi Ytwuin. Barhara Piflgt-nn. Nanny Riltvr,
,lutly Vt-rmilya. Sara Rirhart, Doris Selle-rs, Nancy Smith. William Nviilvrlwrgc-r.
Sf-vnml Huw ,lay St'lltlt'll. William Little, Williaili Burnlmy, just-ph Wliilmnyffr. Wayne' Springi.
Paul St-ilwrt, Shvrman lllnyvr. Lynn Puusl.
'fltinl Huw William Sonu-rvillv. Kr-nt Smith. Fflwarcl lllivllac-l. Hulwrt 'l'allman. lfmlwarml Mr'-
tfarty. Max Slam-kltoust-. Kvnnvth Nluyer.
Pupils of thc- lhirll graflt- start to rvarl Currvnt vvvnts from a small nvwspapvr Callml "The
W1't-kly Hl'il1lt'l'.u ln numlwrs we ll'Zll'll thc- four funrlamvntal prom-sscs. namt-ly: aclclitinn, sult-
travtinn. multiplivatiun ancl mliwisiun. Our other Sllllj1'f'lH arc spelling. writing, art, gvngraphy,
lu-altll. langzuagv. anml nature- study. This year the lnoys arf- taking gym unmlf-r the tlirevtiun of Mr.
llc-llak. the coavll.
lL.G'3SS3 LF H9565
T4-uf-lzvr xlllii. CUOIII-INKWV
bllllllf. IA-ll lu lliglil hairy lfrvy. Xl lllmm llvivly. .Inliivo Craig. llsirlmrai kilgzus. lzllcn lxulilcr. .l:u-qm-lim
llivks. l.1-0 liumlviimv. Nlilllrwl l'r:1wi'ul'1l.
Sm-mul Row lk-lzizmm llurus. F11-alan Nlillor. l.uw:lml:i Loc llaipp. Wziym- llmierlwrly. linrmuml lCx':inw. .lnlm
ldlmcr. llomilll lluuk. lrn llivlwr. Remy llaikvr. llnrvoy llrm-m-iwii. liiipzm-iw llurklmlnll-r. William llm-
llcvcl'lr llzlll. Sliirlvv lialiizlizlrl. l.m'vtl:l lIlllliKlkllL'1'lll. lluucr llirsmi. .Ximnlii-llv Nlillvr. f-Ullilllllll
l'umming:s. .xllll2llN'llll' llmokv.
Stzimlinu lim-k llmliwy lizixtvr. limlm-y l"n-vli. llulu-rl llsmzliuf. lzurl llioln-r. Ki-nm-lla liilwzirilw.
'I'mrl11'r Nllws SIIIIROTII
Siltillpf. l.ci'l lu Right Xurnmn llziwk. Ks-ilnulli llurllmv. l'l:nl'1-lun-v lfirgroliiwli. Kalliryn limmkv. Xvlllblll
M1-l':irty. Wzlym- Clmrlvs. Nlnrlluu f'll1l'lillll. lizilph llitvsmsm. llmmlll Nil-klvw.
Slnmlim: Vliznrlcs l'ir:uulu. Szmmiy Svllurs. l.:iruv Nlii-lim-I. l':iul lfl-igli-w. llzili- llnyeurv. l.a-um llnrllmi
lllmulil liosvnliuliin. liiclmrll Yuilcr. .lzmws lfn-nslori11:u'lwi'. ldlllliv xl4'f'1INl'1Ill. .lulm Sm-lim-ll'or'.
Tvrzrlivr Nlih. llor'rx1Aw
Scznlvml. l.ci't lo liiglil lloyd lmcvll. l'l1:irlcs l,mv1'. llairlmrzi Slicppursl. fmmic Nairln-r. l.v:ill l'1-l1'rln:ln
Nilllfy 'I'1-mill-. lioln-rt Rnlmi. l"r:lnlx Nlnorv. fill l,t'Sk .Kllll SUIISUIIIJIII. llmmlil Km-llvy.
Stnmling Kay Swartz. lioszilic Slroup. .Xrnolil Wyningrs. Yi-rim Siimmmw. Wnmlzu SIN-runnin, Norm:
NIIHTIIX. Ifllsiv Zzirr. Larry l.:lwlmm. Polly 'l'lmm:is. Nlzirlin Williams. William Nl:-l'ni'ly. In-lln-rl Sumw
Nnnry Wznllxorn. Gary Svliwvllk. liuimlsl 'l':iylor. Billy liillvr. Nlyrmi Sin-:ills-r. .lzlimw l'r:ml'nril
'l'l1cmms l'illg:4-nm. Marry I.m-0 Xvillllill, Nniwy Nil-Kvv. Alisa-nl .lIIIllt'S Vi-riiiulilen.
CNRS CW? W
Seated, Lf-ft to Right--Allen Bennet, Joanne l'louselcnecht, Lois Ann Cruneherg, Ava Jo llilner,
.lane lloltzapple, Dennis Gardner, Susan Brown, Venetta Gardner, Shirley Feigles, Gary Allen,
llarry Cauteh, Thelma Hawk, Marilee Campbell, Shirley lleddings, Lyle Bitler, Janet Ball
Standing ,Roger Frantz, James Cottschall, Harold Fry, Ronald Frantz, Joann Derr, Janet Lauren
son, Donna Lee Figels, Patricia Heller, Gordon llill, James Hall.
TL'lI!',1l'fS7lWlRS. DICE AND Mus. HMM
Sitting, Left to Right-V-Pearl Miehael, Larry Lauchle, John Little, Rodney Opp, Nancy Peddie,
Gail Neuter, Raymond Long, Beverly Parsons, Frank Leech, Alice Little, Retty Jane Rothfuss.
Second Ruw -Donna Mae Sheppard, Mildred White, Sylvia Smith, Wanda Stroup, Barbara Lucas
Marjorie Moyer, Ruth Bomhoy, Emma Malloy.
Third Row Myron Le Van, Alfred Snyder, Ronald Houseknecht, John Saxman, Roger Lupold,
Shirley lleddingzs and James llall won the Grand Prize at the Hallowe'en Party. We had a
lovely Christmas Party. Our Rhythm Bands entertained for P. T. A. with Rodney Opp and
James lloffman directing.
THE SCEHJCCDQH. E9U.tt-W
HBEHIND THE 8-BALLV,
This year on the evening of April 5, the curtain rose on a bright new comedy cn-
titled uBehind the 8-Ballln, written by Nell Crawley and presented by the students of
our senior high school acting under the excellent direction of Mr. Wallace Musselman.
The east included: Lois Derr, Ruth Houseknecht, Gladys Brass, Thomas Heilman,
Louise Bair, Robert Gowers, Mark Feigles, Richard Rogers, Marjorie Spogen, Jean
Hofer, Fred Anderson, Betty lVIotter and Betty lVIclVIanigal. Also helping the cast
were: Gladys Campbell, prompter, and Lee Guisewhite and Dale Little, stage managers.
During rehearsals the cast had so much fun that there were several long pauses
while the actors and actresses howled at the many funny lines and situations. It was
surprising, indeed, to see the thorough manner in which these rehearsals were con-
ducted. Time and again a halt was called while some minor difficulty was ironed out.
One would have thought that preparations were being made for a performance on
Broadway rather than right here in our own town. It had a bigger set of laughs
than any other play you have ever seen.
When the night of the performance came, the high school auditorium was packed
with fun-seeking people. After the big performance, g'Behind the 8-Ball!" was the
talk of the town. Everybody had enjoyed the laughs and entertainment when they
had witnessed the smooth and brilliant performance of "Behind the 8-Balllw
MR. PEARCE MR. ENGLEHARDT Mas. BRASUELL MRS. Pousr
School Board Member
GLADYS CAMPBELL MARY BARBOUR
Lots DERR RICHARD SHo1.T1s
FIFTH AND SIXTH GRADES GLEE CLUB
Sopranos-Blanche Stackhouse, Romona Yocum, Mary Purpuri, Shirley Nixon, Janet Bartlow,
Yvonne Fenstermacher, Nancy Taylor, Merab McKee, Wilhelmina Breineisen, Doris Brown,
Sandra Eaker, Joan Koons, Carolyn Bryfogle, Martha Fenstermacher, Cary Campbell, Jack Ed-
wards, John Campbell, Ronald Hartman, Lynn Derr, William Edgeworth, John Gardner, Paul
Cuisewhite, Ralph Feigles.
Altos-Louise Gardner, Doris Hill, Mary Ann Ciraulo, Marie Dimm, Mary Ellis, Betsy Youtz,
Kathryn Shook, Dawn Merrill, Donna Lowe, Ellen Akers, Ilene App, Priscilla Bennett, Mary
Kathryn Breidinger, Dolores Frey, June Frey, Beverly Hill, Maryellen Laurenson, Eleanor
Hill, Sherry Lou Hill. Patty Ann Smith, Joanne Schoch, Norma Simmons. Ann Vermilya, Mary
Lou Oden, Jack Brink, Robert Ebner, Robert Vredenburg, James Arms, John Balliet, Thomas
Myers, Larue Smith, Wesley Shook, Richard Smith.
JUNIOR HIGH GIRLS, GLEE CLUB
l"ir.si Sopranos ,lm-an All:-n, ,lttnv Brass, June- Honst-km-clit, Barbara Nl:-rril. Jane- Poust, Sylvia
Rantlolplt, Bovrrly 'l'ttrne'r, llolort-s Urivk, Diane lfalwr. Holwrta I-'t-iglt-S, Patrivia l4't'r1ste'r-
ntavln-r, l"ram'c-s Ann Jahn, Be-tlivl jacohs, Martha Nlulligan, Ann Sltovntake-r. Shirlvy Shov-
nialwr, llws-ntlolvn Smith, Martha Waldron, Charlotte Youll, Cram- Bartlo, Barbara Frantz,
l'n4lorw tml:-on, 'Phyllis llt-he-rling. llf-len Ifotncr, Wancla Lew Stiillvr, Ifvelyn Wvavvr.
Svrornl SUIIITIIIUS l'1lOI'Q'Ili'l' Ball, Mr-rla llavlwr, Shirlvy Svilwrt, l7ram':-s Som-S. l,ottir' Barrlo,
Wantla lillis. Rvgina lfciglvs, Lotta llottsclxnvcltt, Marjorie Bic-ln-r, Lon-tta Fry, Ilonniv Lou
llt-int, livlty lllillvr.
Allox lllary l,ott Kaltlvr, Doris Sltoolx, Shirley Starr. ,lanv Yotttz. Arlvnc' Amlvrsort, llc-vvrly Barr,
Barbara Balwr, ,ltmv H4-nm-tt, Nlary Etta Dvrrivlx, Janice- Evans, Nlarjoris- llill, Patsy llnttsv-
lxnt-t'ht, Nlartha l,e1r'. Ruth Ann Nlttrray, Doris Rohm, Ruth Brittain, Ruth l"t'iglc's.
I'1'1111isl ,lunar ,Xvntalmmtv Ilirvrlorff Mus. Bit-wt'r:I.l.
JUNIOR HIGH BOYS' CHORUS
SENIOR HIGH GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
Firxl SUIIITIIIIJX Cllamlys Brass. l,11cillz- Dlllllll. II2ll'lDill'il ISIIIISIHII. Rlllll lIllIIN'lxIll'1'lll. ,ll'Llll Nvllll
lil-lly HilySlll'4'. l,0I'lxlllll1' luylor. Rau- IIIIZI Mm. ,lilK'lIlll'llll1' ll1'lllI1'll. llllflillly Ilrivk. lilmlys lil
,lnun ll1l1's111:111. Phyllns Bulllvl. l',l111o1' H11-ks. Nlilflrml Bair. Nunvy BlAlIl'll. Nlurx l.Illl llill
. Y , N
'Hula lu-me-II:-r. ,lm111111- l111'p111'i. fylxia RlPj1l'l'S. fIu1'uli111- Starr. -
Sv:-nrul SUIPIAIIIIUS Clzulys llz1111plwll. .lQ'2lll llufvr. Nlalry lIill'llHIII'. Nllflllil Slllllll. .lnun 'lluyh
l3vw1'ly ,'XlQl'l'S. Nlary Ilrlllll'l'. lfarol lllilj'l0I'. Allll xlI'l'lll'l'llPlll'fl.
ffllox l.u11isQ- Ilillf. l.ul'111z1 ligli. Sllll'l1'y Struup. Hr-ily llvllulx. l.uis Irv. ,Ivan llill, H1-ily XIVNIQIIII
gall. Ulblilllly Rilf-y. Luis Dc-1'1'. xlilfj l"1'u11ll. l'1lUl'4'lN'1' l.illl4'. ll1'l1'11 xilll llllhlxlflx.
l,l'fIIll'Sf 01.411111 S'1'11'1'1.1111 lh'rw-mr N111-. I311xN1111,1,
GIRLS' EN SEMBLE
11111111 Snprurmx lim-wrly .-Xlwrs, Nlllfy lflixaln-ll1 liurl1u111'. Luis D1-rr. flurul 'l'11xl0r, ,Xnn X1-ml,-ll.
Hlux Llllllhl' Hair, Bvlty B1-lluk. l,o14111a '
1 llgli. livlly xl1'xllllllgIill. lllllilllly Nil:-3.
l'1'r11zi.stf Mus. B11-ul 111.1.
Hrs! Solrrfzrlfws Nlilmlrm-al Hair. l.u1'ill1- Dlllllll. lllanlys lillis. ,Ioan Illll'SIllLlIl. .'Xli1la Kf'l'Nl1'lll'l'.
wnnrx ll:-ln' Bi:-ln-r, Lu- GlllS1'Wllilt'. 'lllmnuis llc-ilmau, RlK'llLll'll Shollis. Flwl Kilgus. Rivliarll
rzrflumxv l'lI'4'1l .hlllll'l'hllIl. Hill lkuilvy, Jimmiu llill, Ke-ilh Nlicliuvl, Ruin-rt Lilwns, Ls-un 'l'e-mple
Iff1s.ws Rnlwrl liallim-I. lfmlvvunl Bow-r. Mark Fc-iglc-s. Dulv Litllv, Bill Hvvclcr, Kf'IlIll'lll Rohm
Bun S1'Vlh0Il. liliurlvs Shullis. llurulml Snymlvr, R0lIl'l'l Rvnn.
Ilirw-lm' Alles. Blmfl ICLL
Tvnnrs Rll'llHl'll SlllhlliS, Richarrl Nuss. Phil lllll'SIIlHl1
lm'11ssc's Holm-rl llullivl. Mark Fvigh-S. H4-n St'NlS0ll.
Pianist Lois Illini:
Conductor'--Mu. JAMES PEARCE
Drum Majorette-Gmnrs CAMPBELL
Color Guard-Lorraine Taylor, Grace Kilgus, Beverly Turner, Barbara Merrill.
Twirlers--Connie Lou Heim, Carolyn Bryfogle, Rae Byerly, Doris Hill, Eleanor Hill, Dolores Fry,
Clarinezs'-Dorothy Riley, Lois Lee. Jean Hofer, James Hill, Janet Anderson, Sylvia Rogers, Carol
Taylor, Evelyn Weaver, Betty Miller.
Saxophonesillladys Campbell, Roberta Michael, Ruth Ann Murray.
Trumpets-Shirley Stroup, Gladys Ellis, Mary E. Barbour, June Brass, Joan Hitesman, Jean Hill,
Max Whipple, Doris Rohm, Gwendolyn Smith.
.Velophones-Fred Anderson, Betty McManigal.
Trombones-Lois Derr, Shirley Seibert, .lack Edwards, Charlotte Youtz, Henry Kilgns, Martha
Lee, Frances Ann Jahn.
Bass H0fllfM8fk Feigles.
Percussion-Gladys Brass, Robert Vetter, Edward Bower, Barbara Baker, Mary Lou Kahler.
Our band, under the direction of its new leader, Mr. James Pearce took part in
many musical events during the year.
During the football season, the band with its intricate formations, put on a fine
display of band marching.
Our band presented two concerts, a Mid-Winter Concert and the Annual Spring
Concert. The band will also present concerts during the summer.
This year the band will lose six members but these will be replaced by members
of our Junior Band. We believe that our band will continuc to be successful in the
Fira! S1l1ll'1Ill1lN Naney llrnvh. Sylvia Rogers, Gladys Ellis. .loan Ilitvsinan. lilinor llicks. Rae Ona App.
.lavkio llennetl. l'hyllis llallicf. lilleanor Waldron. Ruth llonsekneeht. l.m'ille llimin. Mildred llair.
Gloria Sliffler. Dorothy llriek. Gladys llrass. lletly Baysoro. Alirla Kersietter. Mary Lon llill. Carolyn
Starr. Lorraine Taylor, Mary Louise Bostwiek, Ilarhara Fnnslon. .lean Yontz.
er-om! Sopranos Alice lk-rr. Arlene Rosenbaum. Evelyn Shaffer. Norma Smith. Mary llarhonr. .Xnn
vl'k'fl0lllllll'2, Carol Taylor, .loan Taylor. Beverly Akers. Lois Derr. Mary Grnlwr. .lean llofer. Gladys
llfns' .lean Hill. Mary Frantz, l.orma Egxli. lilllllrlt' llair. lk-tty llvllak. Florenee Little. Dorothy Riley.
lletly M4-Manigral. Lois Lee. Helen Van llnskirk.
7'1'ilm'x llen Sevison. Mark Feigrlvs, Emlrlic Bower. l'hil llllf3SIllllll. .laek Yoder. Gone llaysnrc. Donahl
Amin-rson. John Copies. .linnnie Hill. I-'rofl Anderson. Rim-harfl Nnss. Bill llanley. IJ:-lfrvml ll0lIllfS.
s , ' 's ' . roi 'num Richard Sholtis. Ks-iih
Leon 'l'0llllll0. Robert licnn. Cliarlcs Sholtir. lee hulnvwlnto lla ll is ji".
Michael. Frank Ik-rr. Robert lialliet. Dean Lamlis.
Iirl llrwclv Iowe llill lieeflcr Kenncih Rohm Gone His-her. Fred Kilgns. Ric-haril lio ni
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Dirvrfor Mrs. Brasnell
l.il1rnrim1 Miss Loma Caplain of Librarians ETIIEI. Kl.lNlLlCllMAY
Mary L. Bostwick
THE STUDENT COUNCIL
Shirley Stroup, Pres. Roherla Nliehael Evelyn Sones
George- Martin, V. Pres. Connie lleim Bruce Miller
Donald Bartlow Rohert Balliet Ruth llouselineeht, See.
Benton Sevison Jimmie llill Betty Mehlanigal. Trans.
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Barbara Funston, Pres. Huy Nleifarty Evelyn Som-s
Thomas llc-ilman. V. Pres. Linford Fry Jane Poust
Rohert Cowers Dale Little- Betty Michzlel. See.
.loan Taylor Bruce Som-s Rohert Likens. Treus.
The Student Counvil. orgxunized in l9fl3 as 21 first attempt at studvnt government. this year
followed tht- original purpose of gatliering and acting on the students' ideas.
Otlivers were elected each semester from the delegates representing the home rooms.
The vouneil mel twice a month for a reeular business meetin' and s eeial meetin fs were called
1- P l-
The Student Couneil this year did a splendid joh of keeping up with and enlarging upon the
line reeord established in former years. Two Athletic Banquets were sponsored, also numerous
dances: and the Chapel Periods were rearranged so as to enahle Senior High students to enjoy
the Chapel Program twice a week.
The Class of 1946 wishes the Student Council continued success throughout the coming years.
HE YEHEFB QKJUS STEP?
Editor - GLADYS BRASS
Art Editor - -
- BETTY NIICHAI-IL
- - - Loliisi-L BAIR
Assistant Art Editors - - Laow TILMvI,Is, DALI1 LITTLE
l"af-nity - - - JDAN Dl'cAN, DONALD BARTLow
Senior Class Editors BARBARA FUNSTON, LI'cILLIs DIMM
History - - - - - RllTH HoIIsIsKNI-:CI-IT
Poem and Pledge - - - l,l'CII.I.l-1 DIMM
Prophesy - A NIARK FILIGLES, DoRoTIIY ll0LDRl-IN
Will - - LORMA EGLI, PHILIP HITL1sIvIAN
Class Editors - - - JEAN YOITTZ 1-5, l'lAllULD RI-:ED 6-11
Actilzitics Editors - JEAN ll0Fl-LR, ETIIILL KLINGIHIMAN, RHLIIARD SHOLTIS
Sports Editors - - - - ROBERT COW!-IRS, HAROLD EGLI
Photography ----- SHIRLEY STROVP, NIARJOIKIE SPOGRN
Business Managers 'DANIEL ll!-ZYL, WILLIAM LIKENS, HAROLD AKERS, Rom-:RT C0wI:Rs
Class Son ------- CLADYS CAMIIRRLI,
Farewell Song ----- BARBARA FIINsToN, BETTY MICIIAIIL
Facility Adviser ------ MRS. ENGLEHARIJT
The members of the Yearbook Staff have spent endless hours of work making
this Yearbook a success and satisfactory to everyone. They made arrangements for
pictures, art drawings, and several other things which they felt would make it inter-
esting and different.
This is the fourth yearbook ever to be published in the history of the Muncy High
We owe much credit to Mr. Engelhardt for his encouragement, generosity, and
co-operation in helping secure information for the yearbook.
We appreciate the generous willingness and invaluable aid of the school faculty
and student body.
We trust that this yearbook will be cherished throughout the coming years and
will be remembered as the work of the Class of 1946.
Editor-in-Clzief 4 - HAROLD Ecu
AssistantE11ilor.s f- BARBARA KAIILER. BI-:TTY
Boalfcvywrs -M. BARRoI'R, B. BIZLLAK. E. WAL-
Carer Design- -L. BAIR. C. BRAss, A. SMITH.
K. M1f1IIAi:I.. D. HYLI:
Sports f-- S. STROI'l'. R. COW!-IRS. M. MoRAN
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Sarial - V J. TAYLOR
Ser1'icePage - - L. LI-:I-1
Literary - - - L. BAIR
.llasir - D. RILILY. B. BTCNTANICAL
Srlzolastif- - - - G. TRICK
Jokes D. HYI.I:, D. HoLnRI:N, J. Cowes
Agriculture - - E. FREY
Faculty Adviser - MRS. I-I. ENcI:I.IIAImT
Exchange--D. DRICR. J. PIfRI'I1RI. J. BRNNHTT,
Mimeograph - R. Cowl-:Rs, D. lIoLMi:s
Fashion Page f- N. SMITII, M. BARBOIYR, J.
HIrI:sMAN. B. MoTTI:R. B. AKIJRS, S. ROGERS
.illaiiie Review -MAJORII: Svomzw. EMMA KAII-
Grade News- AJ. DIIGAN, M. BAIR. B. BTOTTI-IR,
J. Hon-:R, R. HoI1sI3RNI:cIIT
Typisls' C. CAMI-RI:I.L, R. OPP. L. Ecu, E.
Bowan, B. OPP. R. SHOLTIS, D. LITTLE, A.
YVICMICIIARI., B. lNllI.I.EI!. J. RID!-IR. B. FUN-
sron, D. BARTLow, L. TLMIPLIL
Mimeosroping- G. BRASS, E. KI.INcI:RMAN, S.
Our "Sc00p,, staff should be congratulated on their hard work and many hours
spent preparing the paper for us. Their aim was to keep us informed with up to date
news about school. They had many new features both entertaining and helpful to
the student body.
By having such a school paper it not only reaches school pupils but parents read
it and we exchange our paper with other schools. This promotes interest and co-
operation hetween the school and the outside world.
We wish to thank the "Scoop,, staff, Mrs. Engelhardt, and Mr. Schuyler for their
sincere help and co-operation in editing our most welcomed school paper.
Sitting, Left to Right-Henry Gordner, Dorrence Laidacker, Nelson Levan.
Standing, First Row-Donald Bogart, Earl Fry, George Martin, Thomas Heilman, Maurice Bieber,
Gene Bieber, Austin Artley, Mr. Girven, Harry Andrews, Raymond Laird, Robert Woodley.
Second Row-Howard McKee, Harold Persun, Joe Merrill, Sam Newman, Dean Bogart.
Third Row-Wilbur Kelly, Chester Frantz, Harold Drick, Eugene Fedder, George Covert, Harvey
Myers, Max Persun.
The F. F. A. Department was first established in 1936. In 1941 a group project
was added to the course for practical experience. This has grown now to such an ex-
tent that the boys farm approximately 150 acres in general farm crops each year.
They have a lot of machinery and equipment which is essential to the successful
operation of a modern farm.
The boys hope to operate a school farm with all kinds of livestock and poultry
to make the curriculum more complete.
Along with regular classroom activity the boys repair farm machinery in their
shop. Many new articles, such as range shelters, elevators, feeders, wagon beds,
etc., are constructed.
Yquurf ,4 Kay Nll1'llZ1l'l. Paul ,lai'ol1s. Nlarlx
Wqumf lf Klllllwl' Slllllll. lflnersou Barilo. Rus-
l-'irsl Row. Left to Riglun -Phyllis Balliet. Beverly Akers. .lacqueline Bennett, Jimmie llill. Bill
llanley. Rolwrt flowers. Eclwaril Bowers. Glailys Brass. llarriet Rager. Shirley Slroup.
Second Row Norma Smith. Mary Jane Moran, ,lean Youlz. Betty Nlcfllanigal. llorolliy Riley. ,loan
Taylor. Nlarjorie Spogen. Joan Dugan.
Tllinl Row .loan Ilileslnan. Nlary Barbour. Louise Bair. Betty Belluk. Barbara Kaliler. Floreuu
Little. l.ois l,ee. linuua Klilllt'l'. Alive Derr. lflc-anor Waldron.
Back Row lfllu-l Klingerman. Nlr. Crist. Margaret Moyer.
THE SCHOOL PATROL
Ifaplzzin Ku' Nllfilluil. Squml If Wilbur Kelley. l,ynn Yagzel, Billy
wullmml. Sqlmrl I" Roller! Nlvlllanigral. lfarl Stark-
liousi-. ,lanu-s Rogers.
gill Mwuln Sllllllll C Rolmer! Woodley. Donalil Frey. l.aw-
'I ' renee Sayre.
quail ff Rlt'll21l'1l Soars. Liuforcl Frey. Rus-
Squml H Ray flleflarly. llonalil Pegg. llow-
Squml II 'lli-rrill flrawlorml. Rolu-rl Slowr. Sljllllll I -llonalcl Balliet. ffllarles Wallwr.
Dean Spring. Rivllarml wlf'Tllll8Il.
l'rvsiflw11 - ,luv llUFlf1lH Sw-zvlrzry - - l,lIYl.LIS HNI,IilH'I'
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7'r'm1.w111'vr - - l2l.xmwIii,1iis ,41l1'i.wr - - - Klux. lxl'Xli'I'lN
Hill' Una ,Npp Nlilflrml lluir Nlll'IIIil Slllllll Dumlliy Rile-y
lim-lly llvllzik Nillltj BflIl'lI Carol Taylor He-Ily xl1'xl2iIllgIl1l
,lawlxiv lim-nm-ll Jxlllll' YI'Q'Il1'IllDlITQI Mary l.mi Ilill ,lr-an llill
llnrnlliy llrivlg lflllol Klingge-rnum Sliirlvy Slrnilp Flui'n'l1s'n- l,illln-
l'iliiwr llivlxs Xlury llrulwr ,lnun Tzlylul' Mary llnwtvvirlx
Sylxi:1Rug14-l's lmiiiw Bair Clzulys Brass juan Dugan
Luis LN: Alirm' llvrr l.lu'ille- llimm l,ur1nu lfgli
Maury ,lunv Nlnrun lfmniu Kulilvr Rlllll llmm-lxm-rlil
l,iu'illm- llimm lfllivl KllIlQ1l'lAIll11ll llalrulml I-lgli Sllirlvy Slrullp
lmuism' llzlir l.urmu ligli ll:-lly Nlivliuvl Ilunulll Hurtlnw
William Lilwns lllzulys Brass Claulys lluxnpln-Il
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TEACHERS AND ADVISERS
SENUQEB HUGH CtHIEEE'3l.tEGJlDEl?3S
Again this year the cheerleaders spread their cheers and yells over
the gridiron and the basketball court.
The girls sacrificed a great deal to get to the games.
A few new girls were added to take the place of last years graduates.
They have developed some new yells which are very good.
This year was unusual for the cheerleaders because it is the first time
for a while that they have had boys in their cheerleading section. Jimmy
Hitesman, a little boy starting out young, is our new addition.
We congratulate them on the good work they have done.
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September 15-f-Burnham .... --- 20 Muncy --- -- 0 Away
September 22-Muncy --- --- 20 Mill Hall --- -- 0 Home
September 28-Muncy ..... --- 2 Danville .... --- 0 Away
October 5'-Bloomsburg --- --- 24- Muncy ..... -- 6 Away
October 13-Selinsgrove - --- 25 Muncy ......... -- 0 Home
October 274Muncy .... --- 0 Montoursville --- -- 0 Home
November 3-Muncy .... --- 13 Canton ..... --- 0 Away
November 10-Muncy .... - --- 12 Lewisburg .... --- 6 Away
November l7AJersey Shore -- --- 19 Muncy ..... -- 6 Home
Ten days before the fall school term began the Muncy High School football team
began a pre-season training period under the direction of our new coach, George Bellak,
of Johnstown, Pa. Because some boys had jobs two sessions were scheduled so that
all would receive the benefit of the early morning training. Sixteen boys reported
for the early morning workout and nine for the evening period. With enthusiasm and
pep the boys were conditioned to a high degree of skill.
The fundamentals of stance, charging, blocking, passing, kicking, and tackling
were soon learned. Our captain Harold Egli deserves a lot of credit for his fine work
and effort. The team's record was four wins, four losses, and one tie. There were
many outstanding games in which Muncy fought hard and good, such as Montoursville
and Jersey Shore. The Jersey Shore game was the most outstanding.
Our slogan for next year, spells the enthusiasm of next year's team, "Beat Selins-
grove and .lersey Shoref,
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llugllesville --- ---
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Muncy ......... ,,,
Mifllinburg --- ---
Mifllinburg --- ---
Muncy .,... ,--
llughesville --- ---
Ralston .... ,U
Muncy ......... ,,,
Muncy ..... ---
Ralston .... ---
Watsonlown -- ---
Munev ...... U,
Sonestown --- ---
In basketball, with only Harold Egli back from last year's g'Near Champion,"
lVIuncy's team experienced a lean year. The team finished in fourth place in the
league. With nine of the fifteen players back for next yearis team, besides a good
squad from the Junior High team, Muncy should be a real threat in the West Branch
Egli lead the team with scoring, followed by Smith, Rohm, and Akers.
.lluncy Junior High
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Juniors ....... .......... ...........
Bloomslmurg Junior High
Roosevelt Junior High --,
Roosevelt Junior High ......
lllonloursvillc Junior High
Sunbury Junior High .....
Hughesville Junior High
Curtin Junior High --
Curtin Junior High ---
Stevens Junior High .....
H ughesville Junior High ....
Watssintown Junior High
Soneslown Junior High .....
Montoursville Junior High
Sunbury Junior High ..A..
Vifatsontown Junior High
All Stars ...............
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This season's Junior High School Varsity combined speed, good hall handling,
and sharp shooting to compile a successful record. Only defeats suffered were those
by VVilliamsport's Junior Highs and Sunbury. No West Branch opponent was able
to beat the Jr. High, either at home or away, and strong teams from Bloomsburg and
Sunbury were beaten by safe margins in the local gym.
Lucas, Soars, Vetter, Michael, Kelly, Taylor and Manager Kimber Smith are
two-year veterans who leave the Junior High squad this year and their places will
not be easily filled. Stanley Lucas was an able captain of the team, which Coach
Myers considered better than last year's strong outfit.
EBASE ZMH. EAM
DB0 HUGH QW LE EEALEEB
Thx' ,lunior High 1-lwvr lvaclvrs wvrv l.0l'll1Pl'l for Ihv first time- this
war to t-In-vr along thvir lf'2lllllllill0S in baske-tlmall.
With tht- V0-4lIN'l'illiUll of our lutslwllulll fans. tht- ,Iunior High vIn-t-r-
l0aul1'rs wvrc' altlt- to put out some rc-al good polls. 'l'hvir yt-lls mul 1-ltvws
lu-lp inspire tht- Junior High lmskvllmall le-:un on lo a lot of good xivtorivs.
A lot of vrvflit gon-s to those' girls who wvur tht- Ufilllsll' mul lmlm-k
outfits. 'lllwy clicl an tins' jolt. and ull of us mutt to sm' thvm out llwrv nrwl
doing lhvir lwsl. and the fans too. l'l1f'PI'lllQI on our lqlllllfl' xursity
Muncy's 1946 wrestling team, led by its undefeated honorary captain, George
Martin. progressed steadily through its season after getting off to a slow start against
strong State College and Forty-Fort teams until it emerged to win twice from Hughes-
ville in the last two contests.
This year a captain was appointed for each meet on the basis of accomplishment
in his preceding match. Meet captains for the season were: William Likens, George
Martin, Frank Derr, Maurice Bieber, Robert Likens and Kimber Smith. Team mem-
bers elected George Martin honorary captain for the season. Martin proved to be
the outstanding wrestler not only by his record of seven straight wins with no losses,
but by his able leadership which proved to be an inspiration to the team when the
going was the toughest.
Muncy was represented at the State College Tournament by George Martin, Frank
Derr and Maurice Bieber. Martin was decisioned 5-4 by Cope from Bethlehem. Derr
was pinned by Wilkes-Barre Coughlin's District 2 champion, Bieber made the best
record at State by winning from Singo, District 5 champion and then losing to Machi-
tis, Washington 4-2 who went on to win the state title at 133 pounds.
The prospects for 1941-7 are good. There will be at least two boys back with
experience for each weight class. Our middle weights with Bieber back, supported
by Sones, Miller, Feigles, Whipple and Stump should be especially strong. There will
be plenty of lightweight material to support Smith, Likens and Dugan, and we wonlt
have to forfeit our heavyweight match with Merrill, Jacobs and Wallace back and
Nuss and Snyder to hold down the light-heavy weights.
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Lewistown - Muncy
Lock llaven MIIHCY
Hughesville --- MUUCY
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