Muncy High School - Canusarago Yearbook (Muncy, PA)
- Class of 1947
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N this issue of CANUSARAGO, presented by the class of 1947, we wish
to bring you glimpses of our high school days.
To all who helped make this publication possible, our sincere thanks.
It is the hope of the stall that the 1947 CANUSARAGO will take an
honored place in a long line of future year books.
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HE class of 1947 dedicates this issue of CANUSARAGO to the Faculty.
1 They have guided us throughthe happiest years of our lives-our high 1
school days. Our teachers have helped us in our difliculties, cncour-
aged us when we faltered, and by their exemplary characters pointed
us to the ways of better living. Our class of 1947 can best demonstrate 1 ' '
appreciation of its teachers by striving in the years ahead to in some
measure justify by our lives the confidence our teachers must have had 's tl
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HERE'S TO OUR DEAR OLD MUNCT
PRAISE TO HER COLORS TRUE,
YUNIOR AND SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL,
HAIL TO THE WHITE AND BLUE.
RAH! RAH! RAH!
GOOD TIMES WEIVE HAD ABOUT HER
SAD TIMES OCCASIONALLT TOO
BUT, WHEN IT COMES TO GOOD SCHOOLS,
OH, MUNCT, WE'RE FOR YOU.
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MUNCY-MUNCY CREEK BOARD OF EDUCATION
President ............... ................. ........... J . Rollin Ebner
Vice President ......... .......... ........ H a rold M. Soars
Secretary ........... ............. H oward C. Opp
Treasurer .... ................. ......... C . Wilbert Reeder
John L. Bruch Cecil Landis Robert L. Plankenhorn Russel Vermilya
We consider ourselves fortunate in having at the head of our school organizational
plan a School Board of such quality. These men, representing our community,
have always had as their goal better schools for the pupils of our community.
The Staff of CANUSARAGO takes this opportunity of expressing the sincere appre-
ciation of the student body for the school you directors have made possible.
. ff ERNEST H. ENGELHARDT
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Commercial 1, 2, 3, 4' Clee Club 2 3
4g.Scoop Staff 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 42
AUSTIN MILLIARD ARTLEY
Agriculture 1, 2, 3, 43 F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4,
Scoop Staff 4, Keystone Degree 4.
"Quiet and sly, yet ever resource-
Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Modern Miss Club
2, Class Play 3.
"Silence is szijrrcnzef'
ROBERT DELROY BALLIET
PHYLLIS JEAN BALLIET Commercial l, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook
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tary 35 Modem Miss Club 25 Booster Baseball 3, 4,' Stuclent Council 1 Presi:
Club 3, 4, Ensemble 25 Clee Club 1, 2, ' l '
3, 45 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Intramural fem 4' , . .
sports 1, 2, 3, 4, student Council 2, 4, 'Wwrwrl 75 Often hvklvf fvolwh 15
Class Secretary 45 Class Play 25 Libraf hy who trusts hcrf'
rian 2, 3, 4.
"Good things coma in small pack-
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Commercial 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramural
Sports 1, 2, 3.
'She's not noisy, loud or gay, but
enjoys life in a quiet way."
MARY ELIZABETH BARBOUR
Academic 1, 2, 3, 4, Scoop Stall' 2, 3,
4, Modern Miss Club 2, Assistant Edi-
tor of Yearbook 4, Chapel Chairman 4,
Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4, Booster
Club 3, Ensemble 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2,
Vice Pres. 3, Pres. 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3,
4, gvlixed Chorus 2, 3, Student Coun-
"It's nice to be natural, when it's
natural to be nice."
Agriculture 1, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook 4'
Varsity Football 3, Wrestling 2, 3, 4,
Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4, F.F,A, 1
2, 3, 4, Keystone Degree 4,
A man unmoved by distraction is
he who shall succeed."
Academic 3, 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Ensem-
ble 3, Intramural Sports 3, 4, Student
Council 3, Cheerleader 3, 4, Mixed
Chorus 3, 4, Booster Club 3, 4, Year-
book Staff 4.
"Not a flower, not a pearl, just a
regular all around girl."
Academic 1, Commercial 2, 3, 4, Scoop
Staff 3, 4, Booster Club 3, 4, Glee Club
1, 2, 3, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Ensemble
2, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4, Band
3, Yearbook Staff 4, Librarian 2, 3,
Mixed Chorus 2, 3, Modern Miss Club
2, Tri-Hi-Y 2.
"The only solution to love, is to
Commercial 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Scoop 4,
Glee Club 4.
"Some think the world is made for
fun and frolic, and so do I."
Commercial 1, 2, 3, 4, Scoop Staff
Varsity Wrestling 4, Student.Counc1l
4, Assembly Program Committee 4,
Yearbook Stall' 4, Football 3, Baseball
4, Intramural Sports l, 2, 3, 4.
"Let any man speak long enough,
he will get believers."
Academic 1, 2, 3, 4, Scoop Stall' 3, 4,
Mixed Chorus 2, 3, Intramural Sports
1, -2, 3, Class Travel Committee 4,
Business Manager 4, First Aid Warden
3, Yearbook Staff 4, Senior Boys' Chorus
1, 2, 3, Class History 4, Chapel Chair-
man 4, Christmas Play 4, Fire Squad -1-,
"There are two ways of rising in
the world, either by one's own in-
dustry, or profiting by the foolish-
ness of othersf'
GEORGE SNYDER COVERT
Agriculture 1, 2, 3, 4, F.F.A. 1, 2, 3
"Silence is golden."
born not made."
WELDON DILDINE FAUSEY
Academic 1, Commercial 2, 3, 4.
"After crosses and losses, men grow
GLADYS LUCILLE ELLIS w,,,,,y
Academic 1, 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 43
Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Modern Miss Club 25
Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club
1, 2, 3, 4, Essay Award 15 Yearbook
Staff 4, Music Association 4, Christmas
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 Ensemble 2, 33 Stu-
dent Council 2.
"Busy hands are helping hands."
MARTHA MARIE FEIGLES
Academic 15 Commercial 2, 3, 4, Tri-
"Good conduct is a fitting dress."
STELLA GRACE FRY
Commercial 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Sports
1, 2, 3, 4.
"Be patient 'til the last."
ALICE JEANNE DERR
Academic l, 2, 3, 43 Scoop Staff 2
45 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Modern Miss Clul
Booster Club 3, 45 Librarian 4g C
Poem 45 Yearbook Staff 4, Journa
Club 45 Band 1, 25 Intramural Sp
1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 33 Stun
Council 4, Class Play 3.
"If smiles designated wealth,
would be a rnillionairef'
DOROTHY EDITH DRICK
Academic 1, 2, 3, 4, Poetry Award lg
Yearbook Staff 4, Modern Miss Club 25
Journalism Club 45 Class Play 25 Glee
Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Sports 1, 2,
3, 4, Librarian 25 Band 2, 35 Scoop
Staff 2, 3, 45 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 45 Chapel
Chairman 45 Christmas Play 4.
"The dramatist, like the poet, is
Academic 1' Commercial 2 3 4' Ye
book Staff 4' Tri-Hi-Y 2 3 4' G
Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Librarian 35 Band
-ICHARD GARNHART, Intramural Sports 2, 3, 45 Scoop Staff
ommereial 1, 2, 3, 45 V3f5ltY Basket- Modern Miss Club 25 Mixed Cho
all 35 Managfrf 1, 2, 4s SCOOP Staff 4' 2, 35 Student Council 3.
No nzan's defectsseeks he to linowg Ulf friendship is an aft, She is 4
J never makes hzmself a foe. artist?
'HOlN4AS NEWTON HEILMAN
griculture l, 2, 3, 45 F,F.A. 1, 2, 3, 45
:cretary 2, President 45 Senior Class
resident 45 Mixed Chorus 25 Football
, 3, 45 Chapel Chairman 45 Scoop Staff
, 45 Yearbook Staff 45 School Play 35
hristmas Play 2, 4.
He has the qualities that make a
rader-he takes advice."
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DONALD RAY HEINCELMAN
Commercial l, 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 35
School Patrol 15 Intramural Sports 15
Varsity Baseball l, 2, 35 "M" Club 2,
3. Ideal boy's feet.
"My only books were woman's
ELINOR REBECCA HICKS
HARRIET JOAN HITESMAN
Academic 1, 2, 3, 45 Scoop Staff 2, 3, 45
Yearbook Staff 45 Modern Miss Club 25
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 2,
35 Chapel Chairman 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 45
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 45 Corresponding Sec. 35
Booster Club 3, 45 Intramural Sports l,
2, 3, 45 Ensemble 2, 3, 4.
"What's life if you don't enjoy it?"
RENA P. HOUSEKNECHT
Commercial l, 2, 3, 45 Scoop Staff 45
Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4. Ideal girl's
"The only way to have a friend is
to be one."
DELFRED O. HOLMES
Academic l, 2, 3, 45 Glee Club l, 25
Booster Club 35 Scoop Stall 3. Ideal
"Study is the food of youth, the
consolation of age."
LEWIS CHARLES JONES
Commercial 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 45 Intra-
mural Sports l. Ideal boy's ears.
"There are dreams that cannot die."
MARY JANE MORAN
Academic 1, 23 Commercial 3, 43 Glee
Club 1, 23 Tri-Hi-Y 23 Booster Club
3, 43 Modern Miss Club 23 Mixed
Chorus 23 Class Play 23 Yearbook Staff
43 Scoop Staff 2, 3, 43 Intramural Sports
1, 2, 3, 43 Journalism Club 43 Band 1, 23
Cheerleader 2, 3, 43 Hallowelen Council
1, 2, 3, 43 junior Farewell Song 3. Ideal
"The opportunity to do mischief is
found a hundred times a dayf,
ROBERT HARRIS MYERS
Academic 1, 2, 3, 43 Glce Club 23 Mixed
Chorus 23 Christmas Play 3, 43 Chapel
Chairman 43 Yearbook Staff 43 Scoop
Staff 3, 43 Intramural Sports 1, 23
Wrestling Manager 43 Baseball 43 Jour-
nalism Club, Editor 4. Ideal boy's hands.
K'Sweet is the remembrance of
troubles, when you are in safetyii
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EMMA IRENE KAHLER
Academic 1, 23 Commercial 3, 43 Tri-
Hi-Y 3, 43 Booster Club 3, 43 Modern
Miss Club 23 Librarian 43 Class Play 33
Yearbook Staff 43 Scoop Staff 2, 3, 43
Intramural Sports 1, 23 Mixed Chorus 23
Glee Club 2. Ideal girl's lips.
"A pocket edition of laughter, fun
BRADY HAROLD LOWE
LOIS MARIE LEE
Academic 1, 23 Commercial 3, 43
Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 33 Bot
Club 3, 43 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3
Librarian 43 Chapel Chairman 43 X
book Staff 3, 43 Scoop Staff 3, 43 I1
mural Sports 1, 2, 3, 43 journalism 4
43 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Class Song 4. 1
"Music at her fingertips."
Commercial 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 1, 33
Mixed Chorus 33 Varsity Football 3, 43
Baseball 33 Track 3, 4. Ideal boy's bash-
'Thy modestyjs a
Academic 1, 23
43 Student Coun
Staff 43 Scoop
Sports 1, 2, 3,
candle to thy
BETTY JANE MCMANIGAL
Commercial 3, 43 Glee
Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Tri-Hi-Y 33 Booster
Club 3, 43 Modern Miss Club 23 Mixed
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 Girls' Ensemble 2, 3,
cil 1, 2, 3, 43 Librarian
2, 3, 43 School Play 2, 33 Yearbook
Staff 3, 43 Intramural
43 Christmas Play 43
Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Hallowelcn Council 1,
2, 3, 43 Class Prophecy 4. Ideal girl's
"Wit is the salt of conversation."
HARVEY ELMER MYERS
Agriculture 1, 2, 3, 43 F.F.A. 1, 2, 33
Treasurer 43 F.F.A. Reporter 2. Ideal
"True happiness consists alone in
RICHARD LAMARR NUSS
Academic 1, 2, 3, 43 Glce Club 1, 2, 3,
43 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 43 Boys' Sextette
33 Student Council 23 School Patrol 13
Yearbook Staff 43 Scoop Staff 3, 43
Intramural Sports 1, 2, 33 Varsity Foot-
ball 2, 3, 43 Wrestling 3, 43 journalism
Club 43 Christmas Play 43 Hallowe'en
Council 3, 43 Movie Projectionist 3, 4.
Ideal boy's physique.
"Friendliness of heart and spirit
EL SS Ulf
mcrcial 1, 2, 3, 45 Yearbook Staff 4.
l boy's ncatness.
e virtue of silence is a great
e of knowledgefj
DOROTHY LOUISE RILEY
Academic 1, 25 Commercial 3, 45 Glee
Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Tri-Hi-Y 25 Booster
Club 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45
Girls' Ensemble 1, 2, 35 Student Council
1, 25 Librarian 3, 45 Chapel Chai
45 Class Treasurer 45 Scoop Staff
Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 45 Band
3, 45 Class Song 45 Class Will 45 J
Farewell Song 3. Ideal girl's hair
"Personality, brains and wit,
RICHARD GEORGE ROGERS
Academic 1, 2, 3, 43 Glfe Club 1, 2,
3, 45 Mixed Chorus 2, 35 School Patrol
15 Class Play 35 Chapel Chairman 45
Yearbook, Editor-in-Chief 45 Scoop Staff
3, 45 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3g 1388652111
45 journalism Club 45 Band 1, 2, 45
Movie Projectionist 3, 45 Christmas Play
1, 2, 3, 4. Ideal boy's ambition.
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FLORENCE RISHEL . " U mo
Commercial 1, 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 1, 2,
35 Tri-Hi-Y 25 Booster Club 45 Modern
Miss Club 25 Mixed Chorus 25 Scoop
Staff 45 Intramural Sports 1, 25 Libra-
rian 45 Yearbook Stafl' 4. Ideal girl's
"Her pencil drew wlzateler her soul
re godlike than science."
ARLENE JESSIE ROSENBAUM
Academic 15 Commercial 2, 3, 45 Glee
Club 1, 2, 35 Modern Miss Club 25
Scoop Staff 45 Intramural Sports 1, 25
Band 1, 2, 3. Ideal girl's neck.
:'Wornan is tvuly at her best in the
graceful art of skatingfl
EVELYN LOUISE SCHAEFFER
Commercial 1, 2, 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 35
Booster Club 3, 45 Tri-Hi-Y 45 Modern
Miss Club 2. Ideal girl's teeth.
"Good sense and good nature are
General 45 Glee Club 45 Mixed Chorus
45 Librarian 45 Intramural Sports 45
Student Council 4. Ideal girl's person-
"She entertains a cheerful disposi-
THOMAS BENTON SEVISON
Commercial 1, 25 Academic 3, 45 Glee
Club 2, 35 Boys' Ensemble 2, 35 Student
Council 2, 35 Vice President of Class 45
Yearbook Staff 45 Scoop Staff 45 Varsity
Football 2, 3, 45 Basketball 3, 45 Hal-
lowe'en Council 4. Ideal boy's smile.
"Keen, blissful, bright, never to be
ELEANOR JEANNE WALDRON
Academic 1, 2, Commercial 3, 4, Glee
Club 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 23 Booster Club
3, 45 Modern Miss Club 2, Mixed
Chorus 2, 3, 4g Christmas Play 23 Scoop
Staff 3, 4, Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4.
Ideal girl's fingernails.
"True to her work, her word and
NORMA JEAN SMITH
Commercial l, 2, 3, 4, Glec Club 1, 2,
3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 25 Booster Club 3, 43
Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Scoop Staff 2, 3,
43 Intramural Sports l, 2, 3, 4, Band
1, 2, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Hallowe'en
Council 3. Ideal girl's voice.
"Speech is great, but silence is
BRUCE CHARLES SONES
Commercial 1, 2, 3, 4g Student Council
3, President 4, Yearbook Staff 45 Intra-
mural Sports l, 25 Varsity Football 1, 2,
3, Wrestling 2, 3, Baseball 3. Ideal
CHARLOTTE E. WEAVER
Commercial 1, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Play
2, 4. Ideal girl's eyes.
"Her voice was ever soft, gentle and
low, an excellent thing in a woman.
"Honor is the reward of all virtue."
SALLY ANN SMITH
Academic 1, 25 Commercial 3, 4,
Club 1, 25 Librarian 2, 3, Intrar
Sports 1, 2, 3, 4. Ideal girl's whis
"She scarce awake her eyes c
SHIRLEY JOANNE TAYLOI
Commercial 1, 2, Academic 3, 45
Club 1, 2, 3 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, Bc
Club 3, 4, Modern Miss Club 2, IN
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Student Counc
Librarian 2, 3, 4, Chapel Chairma
Yearbook Staff 4, Scoop Staff 3,
ciate Editor 4, Intramural Sports
3, 45 Journalism Club 4, Band 1,
Hallowelen Council 4. Ideal girl's
"Who mixed reason with plec
and wisdom with mirth."
RICHARD JAY WHIPPLE
Academic 1, 2, Commercial 3, 45 School
Patrol lg Chapel Chairman 4, Yearbook
Staff 4, Intramural Sports 15 Wrestling
3, Student Council 4. Ideal boy's danc-
"Wherever you find humor, you find
him close by its sidef'
WILLIAM EDWARD REEDER
Commercial 1, 2, 3, 14, Glee Club 33
Intramural Sports l, 43 Varsity Foot-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4. Ideal
"To be strong is to be happy."
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The year--l957.' The scene-a remodeled Beauty Bar operated by Joan Taylor and Norma Smith. The
motto ot this establishment is, 'fWe Make Ugly Women Merely Homelyf'
As I entered the shop the girls didnit recognize me. After giving me the once over, we fell to the discus-
sion of our old classmates and what each was doing.
We find that Dorothy Riley reached her aim as a successful band leader and is now doing a one-night stand
at the "Rush Inn, Stagger Out" hotel run by Richard Whipple. And what do we hear on the back row? It's
none other than Richard Rogers beating on the skins. After winning a contest between some unknown drummer,
by the name of Krug? he was pronounced the No. 1 drummer of the year.
On the road .to ughesville their tell me Jackie Bennett, now Mrs. Pat Haines, is living on a farm where
she has been raising monkeys. ju ging by ,her records more peo le buy monkeys than one would realize. This
lgas developed quite a feud between the Haines and joneses, as iewis Jones is a well-known rabbit breeder in
Mary Barbour is practicing all the things Miss Long taught her, on her unfortunate husband, Tom Heilman,
who owns the largest farm in these parts.
Up the street we find Rena Houseknecht has a small business of her own. She specializes in making fat
people plump and thin peo le skinny.
Since Mrs. Poust retired, from school work we find Phyllis Balliet taking over the office. Everyone is hoping
she fills the position as well as the former did.
hBen Sevison is now running a silk mill of his own and takes pride in being the fastest "loom jazzer" in
I C state.
Muncy takes pride in sending to the Olympic Races the two outstanding track men, Brady Lowe and
George "Lightning" Covert. This race is to determine the champion runner of the world.
Another happily married couple of our class is Gladys Ellis and Harold Drick. She spends the greater part
of hier time gollowing Harold around the country, in his never tiring effort to break "Joey" Chitwoodls out-
stan ing recor s.
I was surprised to learn that Robert "Butch', Balliet has recently become engaged to something besides the
poolroom. We all knew those trips to Montoursville would blossom some day.
Charles O,Conner is now one of the big owners of American Chain Stores.
Dorothey Drick, who has been studying dramatics for the last ten years, has finally landed a part in that
Broadway show, 'SAway With the Breeze," which is a continuation of the once popular "Gone With the Wind."
K-lBiIll :leader ,and Donald "Tut" Heincelman have taken over the poolroom and are using as their slogan,
' a e t asy.
We find Florence Rishel and Arlene Rosenbaum happily married and living in Hughesville. After all their
school spirit, their children will play against their old t'A.w.x Mater."
Our ittle town of Muncy seems to be up in the poi 'al world with Ruth Sasso, famous for her oratorical
Bowergsgained by her arguments in P.D. She is rumors. to be a natural for the first woman president of the
We were interrupted in this discussion by the entry of Mary Jane Moran, now Mrs. Mark Feigles, who was
delivering the milk at the shop as the girls were too busy to stop for lunch. She tells us that they are doing
a. booming business since the "cow strike' has been settled.
Continuing our discussion, I learned that Lois Lee, after frequently making trips to Mexico and India hunt-
ing for that lost gold mine, has finally settled down with Johnny Sasso. The poor boy only waited ten years.
And who do we find working in the K'High-Hattersi' club in New York? Yes, it's our own little Joan
Hitesman. After giving up her chase for Lewis Soars, she again set her sail toward her childhood ambition
of being a cigarette gir .
Down on the road to White Deer Valley, we see none other than Austin Artley and Weldon Fausey setting
up their own school of teaching boys 'Khow to work a farm without working yourselff'
Stella Fry is right next to these boys with her home cooking based on Miss Long's recipes. Bring your
Delfred Holmes has his own broadcasting station. His program consists of household hints to farmers-how to
kee chickens behind the stove-pigs in the parlor-and count eggs by two.
Line of our classmates who hasn't been seen much lately is Martha Feigles. It has been rumored that she
ran away to marry her sweetheart in the service.
After many years of thought Dick Nuss has finally started a Bacheloris Home. That triangle of girls at
last got him down and rather than disappoint two of them, he broke all three of their hearts.
Since things got a little warm around here for Madeline Booth, she has gone to Alaska to cool off.
John Coppes, after years of persuasion, has bought out Elmer Barbour's store. His slogan is, 'KWe Sell
Everything From Eggs To Corsets."
Remember Betty McManigal? She is now the nation's No. 1 Powers model. She had stiff competition
from one of Daleis old girl friends, but came out on top like a true Venus of Modern Times.
Down in the most remote part of Australia we find that Alice Derr and Emma Kahler are married and on
their own at last, D n n A
Dick Garnhart is captain of the All-American "Tiddlyw1nk" team. His only hint to competitors is, "Keep
your hands in shape."
Norma said she ran into Betty Bellak the other day and found that she married some Swiss clockmaker.
It seems she got a little mixed up in her countries when she went abroad. Anyway, she said everything is
ticking fine now. She reported that Rae Ona App is doing landscape work in the Bald Eagle Mountains.
Harvey Myers is head waiter at the "Greasy Spoon Drive Inn," where he can hardly wait for guests to get
inside so he can relate his latest story of "Back in God's Country"-Muncy, that is.
Louis Bogart has written a play, UThe Ride of Paul Revere," or "Who Went There?" We are told it has
topped all sales. Q - U A . U h
Lharlotte Weaver is a well-known voice culturlst. She specializes in teaching her students radio commercials.
We notired in the New Lfgminary that Maurice Bieber is giving muscle-building courses. He has been world-
acclaimed as a second Arle 'hatles.
Elinor Hicks is the juice-harp soloist in 'fPeter 81 Repeats Orchestra," head every Saturday night over
T. I. T. O. tWhen translated means "Tune In, Tune OHYUJ
Robert Myers owns a little 'fFlower Shopi' next to 'fTut" and 'fCoon,s" poolroom. We are told the
smells don't blend so favorably. Eleanor Waldron is his private secretary.
Evelyn Schaeffer and Imogene Bankes have taken over the Wire Rope in Angletown.
We find Bruce Sones and Gloria have settled down in Turbotville and are running a crocodile.
I see my time is running short and I have a rocket to catch, but come and visit me. I live on Riverside
Drive, N. Y. It has been fun reminiscing.
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Punching the first eyelet in our new shoe in 1935
we served the first step of our apprenticeship under
Miss Koons, Miss Minsker, and Mrs. Dice. John
Coppes added to the merriment of the year by pull-
ing a chair out from under Betty jane Baker and
had to sit in a corner awhile. We ended this year
by scrubbing furniture and then having a party.
In the attempt to punch our second eyelet we had
Miss Dunlap, now Mrs. Hartman, Mrs. Goodenow,
and Mrs. Kschinka as our instructors. This year joan
Hitesman lost her hat in a snowball battle. We left
second grade in a cloud of dust created by Mary
jane Moran and her classmates partaking in a sand
Our third year found us with Miss Dewald QMrs.
Elderj, and Miss Stahl fMrs. Stahll, leading us.
This year, Mary Barbour, among others received a
ruler on her dainty little hands administered by Miss
Dewald. Jack Schoch and Joanne Taylor being
scientifically-minded wanted to see what made a gold-
fish tick, and they found out that a goldfish will not
tick unless in water.
We climbed the steps to fourth grade this year to
be greeted by Miss Hafer fMrs. Schochj, and Miss
Berriman now Mrs. Fry. This year proved to be
less eventful except for Miss Berriman pulling the
hair of some pupils and Delfred Holmes being sent
home all the time for his glasses.
Beginning our fifth year, we found the ejelets
becoming harder to punch. Miss Brelsford Qlvlrs.
Grahml, and Miss Waltman fMrs. Voneidaj, led us
through the year. Dot Riley entertained us this
year with her melodic voice.
Sixth grade found us under the leadership of
Miss Waldron and Mrs. Ksehinka. We were joined
this year by the Barlows-English refugees. Brian
was fascinated by what he thought to be peculiar
window shades. Betty McManigal and Benton Sevi-
son made news this year with Ben completely cap-
turing Phyllis Balliet's heart and Betty continuously
biting her fingernails.
The seventh year of our apprenticeship found us
going downstairs to a new and different routine with
Miss Waldron and Mrs. Arthur as our leaders. Gladys
Ellis and Kenneth Harrison had their love affair
interrupted when Mrs. Houseknecht intercepted one
of their many notes.
The instructors for our eighth year of apprentice-
ship were too numerous to be correctly remembered.
This year jane Bergquist added to the intelligence
of the class and Arlene Grove and Betty Lou Boyer
to the merriment. The atmosphere was sweetened
when someone, unknown to the rest of the class,
emptied a bottle of very expensive 1Oc a bottle Blue
Waltz perfume down the ventilator.
After punching the ninth eyelet our shoe begins
to take on a better appearance. This year Mr. Girven
and Mrs. Latshaw at the beginning of the year and
Mrs. Rogers at the end, led us through a very
eventful year. At the commencement exercises the
essay award was presented to Gladys Ellis, the poetry
awards to Dorothy Drick and Richard Rogers, and
the American Legion awards to Joanne Taylor and
Our tenth year found us nearing the end of our
appenticeship under the skilled leadership of Mr.
Grist and Mr. Musial. Almost every Sunday after-
noon you could see students of Mr. Musial's biology
class out looking for seeds although very few were
gathered. The second year algebra class seemed to
have great difficulty but managed to get along with
Mr. Crist's able assistance.
Beginning our eleventh year we were under the
instruction of Mrs. Martin and Mr. Myers. This
year Bookkeeping, Physics, and Plane Geometry
added to the troubles of many. Many of the girls
namely: Arlene Rosenbaum, Alice Derr, Martha
Feigles, Eleanor Waldron, and Emma Kahler de-
cided to add to the industriousness of the class and
work at Weldon's. We ended the year with stand-
The twelfth year found us under the leadership
of Mr. Myers and Mrs. Engelhardt. Much time was
spent on the editions of the Scoop and the Yearbook.
A class party was held at Tom Heilman's and a good
time was had by all. And having had our shoe
polished as much as possible by the teachers Cwho,
incidentally, developed a good sole lclass soulj on
our shoel, our shoe is ready to be laced for us to
start out on the sidewalks of the world.
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We, the Senior Class of 1947, Muncy
High School, Town of Muncy, County of
Lyra., State of Penna., being of sound mind
H1 after I2 long years of servitude, do
hereby declare this to be our last will and
To the faculty we ive our deepest appreciation
for all their time anf effort spent throughout our
To the juniors we leave our ability to get along
with the faculty.
We bequeath to the Sophomore class our scholas-
tic standing. See if you can beat it!
The Freshmen seem to be badly in need of every-
thing so we give them our best wishes and three
cheers for good luck! Amen.
Lewis Jones bequeaths his little black book to
Curly Rohm. Think how far you'll be able to go
with a gift like that, Curly.
To Dale Houseknecht, Phil Hall, and anyone else
who can use a gun, Coon Reeder leaves his. Here's
hoping there are no casualties next year.
Eleanor Waldron presents Jane Poust with her
wiggle. Keep it under control, Poustiel
Since the band is without a piccolo, Sally Smith
has agreed to give Mr. Pearce her whistle to help out
in future concerts.
"Tut" Heincelman wills his fondness for "Wine,
Women, and Songj' to Paul Stackhouse. Will you
To anyone who is unfortunate enough to have
French next year, Delfred Holmes and Johnny
Coppes leave their exceptional skill in the mastery of
the art of this subject.
"Dot" Riley has decided that Bertie Michael will
treat her wicked line the best. It's all all yours, Bertie!
Donlt hang your clothes on it and don't hang your-
self. Use it to an advantage.
To Minda Byerly, Rena Houseknecht takes pride in
giving her slacks and sneakers. fWe make no further
Brady Lowe bequeaths his exceptional ability for
bookkeeping to Keith Michael. I'm sure you'll appre-
ciate it, Keith. Am I right?
Norma Smith very reluctantly leaves behind a
picture of that sailor in China to jean Allen. Con-
fidentially, the boy doesn't go with the picture.
To Martha Myers, Mary jane Moran presents
her driver's license. Only a rocket ship can beat her
Charles OlConner very willingly wills his height to
June Brass. What will you do with it all?
WE think you ought to know that Marvin Fry
has accepted wholeheartedly Harvey Myer's seat in
P. D. class. Let's not give the teachers too rough a
Since Stella Fry and Martha Feigles never have
too much to say, they think it only fair to have
Jane Youtz take advantage of this gift. Not that
you need it, Gab.
To Mildred Bair, Dick Nuss gives his heart. Donlt
return it broken, Millie.
Dick Whipple leaves his taste for nothing but the
best in women-folk to Arnold Smith. Take good
care of it.
To Mildred Bayler, Ruth Sasso wills her ability
to argue while Eleanor Hicks leaves behind her
cigars. You can really go to Congress now.
Betty Bellak presents to Dorothy Cotner her hu-
morous personality and laughable manner. Treat
We have received information that our popular
pin-up girl of the Salvation Army, Madeline Booth,
gave her position to Alida Kerstetter. Watch those
To Jimmie Hill, Dick Garnhart bequeaths his
title as captain of the A. C. Basketball team and
hopes they win every game.
Dot Drick and Raona App give pleasure in will-
ing to Arlene Anderson and Diane Eaker their out-
standing recitations .n Miss Long's class. Put forth
a little effort, girls.
Butch Balliet agrees to give Johnny Bilhime his
31way letter. We hope it doesn't get moth-eaten.
To Kay Michael, Harold Drick bequeaths his
quaint manner to get along with a certain girl. See
Harold for advice, Kay.
Arlene Rosenbaum, our queen on roller skates,
thinks janet Anderson could use them to get to
school faster. Never put them in reverse.
joan Taylor leaves her cud of gum to Ann Vreden-
burg. You'd better put it behind your ear before you
go to English class.
To Bill Danley, Ben Sevison presents his smart
remarks in Chemistry class. We could do without it.
To all tomboys Jackie Bennett leaves behind her
ability to have a boy's name and still act like a
Engagement ring. are flying so Florence Rishel
gives her diamond to Genevieve Derrick. We hope
Austin Artley and George Covert leave their vast
holdings in farm lands to Earl Fry. Don't let the
milking interfere with your homework.
To June Houseknecht, Betty McManigal presents
her fur coat. We hope you never run into that lamb's
Evelyn Shaffer leaves behind her shorthand notes
to Mary Lou Kahler, while Imogene Bankes gives
Rita Hall her meek ways.
For anyone seeking information about the philoso-
phy of chess, Robert Myers gives his knowledge
willingly. If you like chess, it's likely to prove
Bruce Sones bequeaths his technique in getting
dates with Turbotville girls to Kim Smith. Still
water runs deep, Kim.
To Tommy Umlauf and Larue Smith, Gladys Ellis
and Mary Barbour leave their trumpets. See if you
can give Harry James competition.
joan Hitesman, against her better judgment, feels
it her duty to present to Regina Feigles her blonde
hair rinse. A double dose does wonders.
To Kilroy, in tenth grade, Lewis Bogart leaves his
skill on the typewriter. No erasers allowed.
Lois Lee leaves her place at the piano to Mary
Gruber. If you don't C sharp, you'll be flat.
Weldon Fausey and Maurice Beiber present to
Bogey Marshall and Bruce Miller their shyness
around women. Handle with care.
To Connie Heim, Phyllis Balliet wills her power
to play Cupid and still not land a man herself. QNO
' Alice Derr has decided to give Florence Little her
great love for one man. As if you need it, Floss.
Does anyone want a proposal? Erma Kahler gives
to any girl of age the many she has refused.
Dick Rogers presents his place on the honor roll
to Bob Smith. Do you need it, Bob?
Seeing a great opportunity to help someone out,
Tommy Heilman bequeaths his ambition for being
a good class president.
To Martha Lee, Charlotte Weaver sends her book
entitled, "Being Quiet and Liking Itf' Silqnce is
Last, but not least, the class of '47 wills
to M. H. S., its affection and sincere grati-
tude for 12 happy years.
Thus, we close our last will and testa-
ment, given at Muncy Muncy Creek High
School, this 19th day of May, in the year
of our Lord, 1947.
MARY JANE MORAN
RAE ONA APP
Getting in early at night
Getting up early
Mary Jane's voice
P. D. class
Staying up late
Waiting for people
Walking in town
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You don't know, do you?
I don't know
That's the - of it!
Turn 'em off
Will you cut it out!
Or something like that
Do you drink milk?
Where's my English?
I'll tell ya why
Aw, forget it!
Speak to me, baby!
Yeah, I do!
Are you kiddin'?
That's what you think
So what? -
You should know
Who said so?
Get off my ear
I don't know
How can you tell?
You don't know, do you?
Ooh, for heaven's sake
Are you kiddin'?
How can you tell?
Rumors Are Flying
Five Minutes More
I Used to Work in Chicago
Sioux City Sue
Wave to Me, My Lady
The Old Lamplighter
Things We Did Last Summer
Serenade in Blue
If I'm Lucky
For Sentimental Reason
For Sentimental Reason
Irish Eyes Are Smiling
I Don't Know Why
I Don't Know Why
And Then It's Heaven
Things We Did Last Summer
Crazy 'Cause I Love You
If I'm Lucky
If I'm Lucky
Rumors Are Flying
Five Minutes More
The Man I Love
I Don't Know Why
'Til the End of Time
To Each His Own
I'll Get By
For Sentimental Reasons '
If I Loved You
Oh, But I do
I Don't Know Why
If Iim Lucky
For Sentimental Reasons
Five Minutes More
Things We Did Last Summer
Are you kiddin'?
Muncy, R. D. No. 3
Montgomery, R. D.
Man from Virginia
Hunting and fishing
Fun of any kind
Muncy, R. D. No. 3
Food and more food
B. T. O.
W. P. A.
Prisoner of love
Career in music
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What is gained or lost.
Though the way, long and hard,
Shall press our spirits low,
We place our trust in God.
On and upward we go.
By ALICE DERR
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We, the class of 1947, set forth this pledge as a reminder of
all the worthwhile ideals we have learned here at Muncy High.
We pledge to our country and community to always be worthy
and useful citizens of the land we love. To our school we pledge
our undying efforts in years to come. To ourselves and to those
following in our work, we pledge our honest effort to live
decently and wisely and to help make our world a better place
in which to live.
May God always be with us in this our pledge.
A step at a time one goes a great way
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'lclred Baylor, Gen Mllclrecl Balr,
little Sarah Evans,
Seated, left to right: Allda Rerstetter, Mr ,
Lols Derr, Dorothy Gotner, Mary Frantz, lrene Bela, Florence r ,
Gardner, Beverly Lowe, Mary Lon Yllll.
'n left to right: Earl Fry, Maryln Yry, Nancy Brnch, Dale Ylonselcnecht, lean Yllll,
Gruber, Elmer Gresh, Mllclrerl Drnrnrn, Rayrnond Lalrd, Mary
Wllirecl Danley, Yhlllp Hall.
' lf. Rllgns, Mary
Yl'll Yranla Youst,
Loulse Bostwlclf., R. Karnes r ,
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l r Carol Taylor, Prlyeretta Mlchael, Sylyra
N wrnan, loanne Ynrpnrl,
berg, lone Mil e ,
' Darlene e
Seated, left to fight: Ann Vreden ,
Rogers, Arlene Trlela, Evelyn Sones, Marleane Murray,
Margaret Mlllcr, Betty Myers..
Standing, left to right: Garollne Starr, lilwln Marshall, Rrcharcl Shadclnclc, Ylarolcl Yersnn,
lack Yoder, Yanl LeV an, Robert Lllaens, lielth Mlehael, Arnold Srnlth, Kenneth Rohrn,
MR. GEORGE- HOUSEKNEGH
11 row, Jeff lo ngflzt: June Houselmecht, june Brass, Jean Allen E
anet Anderson, Rita Hall, Doris Ellis, Delores Fensterlnach
Serofza' row, left to rzffzf: Dolly Fry, Gladys B'
Dora Fry, Charlotte Gray, Betts' Fish
Tfzira' row, left to right
, sther Hill, Merla Hacker
igger, Cletuselfahler, Florence Ball, Dona Buck,
.' Harrf' Andciglvs, Donald Balliet, Alan Dugan, S
N , enry Kilgus, john Gramley, Dean Bogart, Ka I' '
, James Feigles
ated, left to nfght: Doris Shook, Shirley Seibert, Frances Son
Michael, Beverly Turner, Mary Lou Kahler, Martha M'
Rishel, Betty Miller, Betty Martz, Shirley St '
Sfandzlng, left to rlzgfzlf Lamont '
Soars, Bruce Miller
es, Mariarl Snyder, Roberta
yers, Jane Youtz, Jane Poust, Carmen
arr, Lois Rupert.
Wallis, Kimber Smith, Lester Snyder, Charles P
, Edward Shibe, Earl Staelchouse, Robert Vetter
, Mary' Miller.
AIR. CRlSTXHameroom Teacher.
ersun, Riche- '
1 Donald We-a""
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. derson Diane Baker, Mariorie Hill, Patsy
d, l Q t 1 ght: Lona Honseknecht, Arlene An A, . . F m her,
iigfieknim,oBlrbam Baku, Beverly Bair, june Baker, Viola Arthur, Patricia enster ac
Lottie Bardo. ' , X. D xd G nr ., Cygg,-,fd Fry, Donald Fry,
Standing t wg ,Ishii Dllgdxrixfgdxvjrriaxgjogdxaarsggell, Mis' llitta Derrick, june Bqrcett,
Robert 1? Or, El rerilde Koch janice Evans, Liniord YYY, Cafl Barnes, Baines ljgldsg
George rantz, 5 , Y, dz Pau, Bambi, Qscm- Kiigus, jack Edwards, Ann ours
' Drick, Robert Baysore, Eugene
R berta Yeigles, Patricia a , I
Bcdwards, Roy Derr, Betty Gwmef, Maflm Hallman' Dolores
B Q5 Regina Feigles.
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A Sm 1 ZHOMZTOOTN Teacher.
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First, mw, left to bright: Ann Rishel, Bethel Jacobs, Mary Worthington, Martha Waldron,
bharlotte Youtz, Vida Qpp, Doris Laurenson, Leah Kleckner, Grace Kepner.
Second ww: left fo flghfi .l8mfS.R0gCrs, Arlene Whitmoyer, Ann Shoemaker, Ardella Mar-
shall, lanet Rogers, Phyllis Van Dine.
Standmg, left to 1ight: Carl Warren, William Souleret, Benn Renn, Richard Sayre, Robert
Y l R'chard Michael, Henry
Painton, Paul Stackhouse, Donald Pegg, Marvin Myers, Lynn age , i
C D an Spring, Matthew Sasso, Frances jahn, Charles Walker,
Moser, Elizabeth Mc arty, e
Doris Rohm, Martha Lee, Melvin Meyers, Martha Mulligan, Ruth Ann Murray, Gwendolyn
Smith, Charlotte Oden, Shirley Shoemaker. A '
' "- lames Updegrafl.
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Seated, left to rzlglzls Phyllis Heberling, Ann D
Brittian, Helen Corner Rae B
. Flllnm, Loretta Fry, Barbara Frantz, Ruth
1 YPFIY, Ruth Felgles, Dorothea Harmon, Ruth Bartlow, Marjoriqf
, race Barto.
Standing, left lo right: Betty Funston, Clifford Keebler, Charles Bardo Edward Bitler rr-
Allen, Dale Craig, Jerome Levan, Kenneth Dunlap, Robert Burkholder, john Billhirhewjoli:
BFOORP, William Kahler, Richard Hall, Walter Bartlow, Robert Derr, Benjamin Gaidner
Harry Cotner, Del Raymond Baysore, Leonard Ciraulo. '
MR. GIRVENXHomeroom Teacher.
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Seated, lefl to '
rzglzt: Janice Lupold, Florence Wolfe, Mary' Tallman, Patty Lou Kleclmer
Evelyn Miller, Joanne Lowe, Evelyn Weaver, Connie Lou Heim, Betty Miller.
Standing, lefl Io rzLgh1'.' Louise Peterxnan, Lyvonne Tule, Hene Shoemaker, Doris Temple,
Sara Little, Mildred Rishel, Jack Sevison, Basil Bostwick, Mark Waltman.
.S'randz'ng, top, left to ngfzt: Edward Tule, Wesley Mann, R
Howard Wallis, Frederick Spogen, M l '
house, Jack R h '
ussell Ulshafer, Donald Warren,
evin McCarty', Richard Van Buskirk, Torrence Stack-
o m, Richard Westman, Harold Woodley, Robert Stover.
MRS. ROGERSXHomeroom Teacher.
r Barts Ellen Akers, Doris Brown, Afffllma
Hepa App, Mariellen
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ted left to ng a iam Shkrey Buck, Mary Kathryn Brmdmgef, . D
Madelvn Ylacls, joan Koons, Wrlhelmina
Keller, lone Frey, BCVCYH' , A
Lamenson, Dolores Frey, Martha Fenstermaker, ,
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Bowers william Bnvgore, james Brittain, Carolyn Bryiogle, Larry on er, .eerie D E XA
Lee Crrnneberg, William Edgeworth, Bflflce Blu, Donald alexis, Paul Gmsew ne' Ona
fds Charles Little, Harold LCCCh.
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Seated, left to right: Shirley Mendelsohn, Gerald Yoder, Alice Ann , ,
Paul Wertman, Mary Lou Odon, Helen Youst, Thomas Myers, Ada Ulshaier, Helen Spalding,
Larue Smith, Sheryl Somerwille, Karl Neiclerherger.
Standing, left to fight: Marlin Wolfe, Wayne Yrintzenholl, Robert Smith, Davis Wallis, Gloria
' ' ' h rd Yagel, Betty Temple, Doris Milhcim, Kenneth Sommers,
W'll' s oanne Schoch, Ellen
Warren, Betty Mrncemos er, Ric a
Norma Simmons, Wesley Shook, Thomas Urnlaui, Margaret i iam , S
Oflen, Carl Narber, janice Ritter, Ann Vermilya, Floyd Sellers, Richard Smith, Beverly
'l N ss Sarah Miller.
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Sealed, lefl lo nglzt: Rosemary Ellis, Marie Dimm, Bertha Branning, Doris Hill, Virginia
Bartl0w, Janet Bartlow, Patricia Lauchle, Fannie Evans, Charlotte Dugan, Barbara Little,
Yvonne Fenstamacher, Sandra Eaker, Lena Arthur, Mema Brittain,
iS'mnding, left Io nlglzl: Harper Abbott, Ralph Feigles, Ronald Feigles, George Barnes, Donald
Blair, jack Edwards, Kenneth Frey, Paul Funston, Richard Gipriani, Thomas Dewald, Gary
Campbell, Robert Ebner, Mrs. Stine.
MRS. STlNEXHomeroom Teacher.
row, left to flkllff Betsy Youtz, Catherine Shook, Merab McKee, Leona McCarty,
Margaret Motter. ,
Sitting, second row, lefz lo rzglzl: Jean Louise Lowe, Blanche Staclchouse, Dawn Smith, Grace
Marshall, jean Shipman, Shirley Nixon, Mary Purpuri, Donna Lowe.
Sranding, int row, lefz to night: Cecil Laurenson, Charlie Opp, Fred Lewis, Harvey Green,
Elbert Williams, Robert Vredenburg, John O'Brien, James Schoch, Alvin Narber, Elizabeth
Standing .reeond row, left to night: Brady Snyder, Neal Michael, Ronald Hartman.
MISS GASTERXHo-meroom Teacher.
Ffont ww, left to right: Cynthia Guisewhite, Shirley Anderson, Clara Kilgus, Patricia
Gaumer, joyce Gressley, Mary Arthur, Faye Freeh, Reba Lou Kahler, Edna Green, joan
Second row, left to vight: Shirley Conier, Phyllis App, Norma jean Kilgus, Sandra Yahringer,
Meriam Bieber, Patty Eellala.
Back row, standing, left to 1ight: George Bartlow, john Campbell, Dennis Little, William
Corson, Harold Allen, Richard Gottschall, Timothy Commomg Teacher, Miss Griffith, Tyan
Hartman, Ralph Balliet, Donald Marshall, Diclc Hiclss, Richard Erittain, Charles Hill, Edgar
MlSS GRlFl7lTHfHon1e1oo1n Teacher.
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DCWUS9 WHYYCU, 3221100 Odon, janet Moore, Ruth Wolfe, Ruth Sellers, Mary jane Mw'ers
Maryland Luft, Shirley Secules, Ruth Lucas, Lois McGowan, Shirley Milheim, Clara Leccha.
Standtng, left to nght: Henry Sweeney, Paul Temple, Robert Wertman, Robert Stroup,
GOfdOn Stroup, Harvey Moyer, William Wallis, Ray Michael, Earl Youst, Max Whipple
Roy Maurer, Earnest Rishel, Gene Lupold, '
MTSS KEENERfHomeroo1n Teachev.
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onna jean Lewis, Shirley Cipriani, Patricia Kilgus, Shirley Brittain,
artman, Margaret Barger, Geraldine Breneisen, Susanna Flick, Jean, Gardner,
ar aret S ith. ,
Jllifanjing, lg! to night: Luther Bardo, Roger Kurtz, Max Ft'1gl6S, E l
Hill, Robert Holtzapple, Harold Bitler, Samliel Feigl
hartz, Frank Heller, Hans Engelhardt, H
MARTHA B. SMITHXH
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h row,' leff fo fllehf-' Jay Schoch, Sara Richards, Doris Sellers, Betty Sweeney Nancv
Smith, Janice Stroup. ' '
Sffond f0lU, iff! 10 flfllff Nancy Ritter, ud'th V 'l , h Wh't l' .
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' :rd row, left to night: Edward MCCart , K th M , Ed d ' h l
Rilly Little, William Somerville, Lynn l3l:ustEnSzliermar?yIMoyerIvar Mm 'ael W
ayne Sprin ,
Paul Seibert, Kent Smizli
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Seated: Barbara Sheppard, Norma jean Murray, Nancy Tempie, Mary Lee
Senseman, Leah Yeterman, Verna Simmons, Nancy Waiborn, Bisie 'L-arr, Yohy Thomas,
Second vow: Richard Yoder, Charies Lowe, Robert Rohm, Ronaid Tayior, Larry Lawton,
james Vermenien, Boyd Leech, Martin Wihiams, Larne Michaei, Edward McCowan,
Thivd row: Donaid Rosenbaum, Garry Sehwenk, Robert Tahman, Donaid Nickies, Nyie
Yagei, Thomas Yidgeon, Wihiam McCarty, Kay Swartz, Myron Sheatier, Deibert Sones
Miss ShookfHome1oom Teachev.
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iiatigs Lee Goodenow, Donaid Book, Breda Miher, john Bbner, Robert Banzhai, Sudith
Second row: Beyeriy Hah, Connie Cummings, Biien Kahier, jacqneiine Hicks, janice Craig,
james Edwards, Loretta Honsekneeht, Nancy McKee, Annabehe Brook, Raymond Evans,
Barbara Kiigns, Rodney Baxter, james Yenstermacher, Wayne Daugherty, Ray Baker, james
Thini row: Roger Corson, Kenneth Edwards, lra Bieber, Cari Bieber, Harvey Br-eneisen,
Ciarence Fogieman, Gary Frey, Yaoi Yigeis, Charies Cirauio, Rodney Yreeh, Mrs. McCarty!
" 'refoom Teacher.
Cft-we of 195 7
Seated, left to right: Frank Leech
Mildred Crawford, Kenneth Bart:
low, Norman Hawk, Janet Ball
Dennis Gardner, john Little.
Standing, left to right: Billy
He-ivly Eu ene Burkholder Al
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drey Campbell, George Artlev
john Schaeffer, Joanne Derr
Ralph Hitesman, Wayne Charles
MRS. FRY-Homeroom Teacher.
Sitting, left to right: Thelma
Hawk, Gary Allen, William Ritter,
Kathryn Brooke, Vinetta Gardner,
Harold Fry, Lyle Bitler, Ava jo
Hilner, Lois Anne Gruneberg,
Allan Bennett, Roger Frantz,
Standing, left to right: James
Hall, Donna Lee Figels, William
Buck, Martha Cipriani, Gordon
Hill, Shirley Feigles, Marilee
Campbell, Ronald Frantz, Patricia
Heller, Joanne Houseknecht, Su-
san Brown, James Hoffman, Jane
Holtzapple, Harry Gautsch, Elea-
nor Green, Lowanda Lee Dapp,
Mary B. Goodenow fTeacherJ.
Seated, left to right: Janet Lau-
renson, Gail Neufer, Barbara Lu-
cas, Marjorie Moyer, Beverly
Parsons, Connie Narber, Pearl
Michael, Shirley Banghart, Donna
Mae Sheppard, Mildred White,
Betty Jane Rothfuss, Sylvia Smith.
Standing, left to right: Larry
Lauchle, John Saxman, Paul
Smith, Arnold Wymings, Jesse
Lowe, Sammy Sellers, Alfred Sny-
der, Donald Poust, Rodney Opp,
Ronald Houseknecht, Raymond
Long, Rodger Lupold, Wanda
Stroup, Myron LeVan, Evelyn
Snyder, Mrs. Ida Hoffman
Absent: Emma Malloy.
Seated, left to right: Phyllis
Crawford Geli F
, a enstermacher,
Gail Bryfogle, William 4Gardner,
Robert Girven, Lane Bitlcr, Don-
ald Gottschall, Doris Craig, Lynn
Houseknecht, Janet Edwards,
Doris Blair, Josephine Cipriani,
Standing, left to right: james Art-
ley, Mary Ann Allen, Harold Far-
rell, Mary Geist, Mary Ann Edge-
worth, james Gottschall, Alice
Green, Ray Bankcs, Nancy De-
Wald, Marshall Dapp, Richard
Hester, Dale Fenstermacher.
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School Dance 3 7
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Experiment in Physics
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fxll'1M HERS OF
Dnrulliy Rilcv. l.0is lmc, Sxlxin llmgrrs
Carol lziylur, llxclyn VYv:xu'l, Cnnuia' llm-im
Glmlys lfllis, Mary llmlmur, llllll' llmxx
Doris Rohm, jx-an llill. Max Wliipplv
Lois Dru, Sllirlvy Svilvvrt. Nlairllln lmv,
Frzxnrix Ann Jalm, jnrk l'l1lh.lIllN, llrmy
Kilgus, l'.nxl fiuiwulmiu-.
Julie lluust, Ruth A, Mmr.n'. Ann Slim--
Betty ftlcilxlllixgzxl, Rulwrt l'ainlun.
Barlmrzx llzxkrr, Martha Wailrl1'4mii, Dim k
Rogers, Os-ar Kilqus.
Connie H '
mm. Eleanor llill. Carolyn
fogle, Doris Hill.
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The Scoop, our mimeographed school paper, is pub
lished six times during the year. This year's staff ha
exceeded previous ones in turning out better and bette
copies of our popular student paper. The staff has ga1ne4
experience in writing, editing, and publishing the paper
Outstanding this ye
ar were the November and Christma
Mrs. Janet Engelhardt ,........ . ...................... Faculty A
Mr. Stanley Schuyler ...... ....... F aculty A
Richard Nuss ................ ...... E dztor-m
Joanne Taylor ....................,....................... Asszstant .
Eleanor Waldron, Jacquelyn Bennett, Lois Rupert, Mar'
Moran, Richard Rogers, Keith Michael, Philip Hall,
Smith, Thomas Heilman Richard Whip le, Richard Ga
Jane Youtz, Jane Poust, Mary Barbour, Alice Derr, Nancy
Lune Brass, June Houseknecht, Dorothy Riley Lois Lee, I
aylor, Austin Artley, John Coppes, Doroth brick, Sylvia
Madelaine Booth, Emma Kahler, Phyllis Iiialliet, RliaebOn.
Joanne Purpuri, Janet Anderson, Benton Sevison o ert
Norma Smith, Joan Hitesman, Sarah Evans, lilorence
Arlene Rosenbaum Mildred Bair, Mary Louise Bostwick,
Frantz, Rena Houseknecht, Mary Gruber, Ann Vredenburg
M' it i
40 Hneographjn ,X
arenf- sjzacAer Aaociafion
Our Parent-Teacher Associati '
on is one of
t e largest in Pennsylvania. In general, they
attempt to carry on a program of promoting
cooperation between the home and the school.
Our Parent-Teacher Association has been re-
markably suecessful in this work. Among many
fine things done for the school this year's
Parent-Teacher Association gave S500 for the
purchuse of new band uniforms.
W. E .
ith the revival of the M
our school publicity has been greatly increas d.
Each we -lt '
1 the Journalism Cl b
u has supplied
news items for one page in the local news-
piper. The group is organized with editor
and reporters. A high light of our year's
activity was a field trip to the William
President ....,, .. . ...... .. .. ,. ,Mrs. James Phillips
First Vice President.. Mrs Cla
ice President. .
Secretary ....., .,,,,, . . .
Assistant Secretary ,....,,..
Treasurer. .. . , .
.. .. . ' retire Goodenow
.. Mrs. H'lb
t ert Houseltnerht
Mrs. Earl Housekneeht
....Mrs. Leonard Hill
....Mrs, Robert Abbott
Mrs. Frank Heller
Chairman, Mrs. jacob Erlcman
Co-Chairman, Mrs. Ray App
Chairman, Mrs. Van Dorn Wertman
Co-Chairman, Mrs. John Srhorh
Chairman, Mrs. John Co pes
Co-Chairman, Mrs. Frank Eleller
Chairman. Mrs. Howard Wallis
Co-Chairman, Mr. Ernest Engelharrlt
Chairman, rs, Ora Weaver
Co-Chairman, Mrs. Leon Lowe
Chairman, Mrs. Eugene Berlin
Sltulnrl Aid Cnmmiiln'
Chairman, Mrs. Reheeea Arthur
Chairman, Mrs. john Brurh
Pforrdure and Hy-I,azu,r
Chairman, Mrs. Virginia Funston
Chairman, Mrs. james Hitesman
Rohert Myers, Editorg Mary Jane Moran, Joanne Tay-
lor, Lois Lee, Mildred Drumm Alice D
, err, jane Youtz,
. .- upert, Wilfred Danley, Dirk Ro ers, Dorothy
Drirk, Jane Poust. Betty Martz, Richard Ixluss. Roberta
Michael, Florence Little, Nancy Brueh, june Brass,
June Houseknerht, Henry Kilgus, Rita Hall, John
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Our library is certainly one of which we students are
proud. Inasmuch as our school does not employ a full-
time librarian, student librarians carry on most of the
duties under the direction of Miss Long. The order-
liness and general attractiveness of our library is due
in large measure to the service rendered by these
Mildred Baylor, Joanne Taylor, Betty McManigal, Phyllis Balliet,
Ruth Sasso, Alice Derr, Emma Kahler, Florence Rishel, Dorothy
Riley, Dorothy Cotner, Sarah Evans, Jean Hill, Beverly Lowe,
Sheila Wolfe, Ann Vredenburg, Carol Taylor, Joanne Purpuri,
Mary Gruber, Irene Eck, Mary Louise Bostwick, Mildred Drumm,
Evelyn Sones, Arline Vandine, Sylvia Rogers, Detly Myers, Lois
Derr, Mildred Bair, Jean Allen, Dora Fry, June Houseknecht,
Mary Lou Kahler, Marian Snyder, Martha Myers, Rita Hall,
Roberta Michael, Jane Poust, Esther Hill, Francis Sones, Sylvia
Randolph, June Brass.
Substitutes: Lois Lee, Harriet Rager, Florence Little, Nancy
Bruch, Darlene Newman, Mary Frantz, Gladys Bigger, Delores
Fenstermacher, Mary Miller, Lois Rupert, Betty Martz, Dolly Fry,
Florence Wertman, Beverly Miller.
MISS BESSIE LONGfA1lz'in'r.
Seniors: Maurice Bieber, Austin Artley, Thomas Heilman, Presi-
dent, Harold Drick, Secretaryg George Covert, Harvey Myers,
juniors: Harold Person, Earl Fry, Raymond Laird, Elmer Gresh,
Sophonzonis: Dean Bogart, Harry Andrews, Robert Woodley.
Freshmen: Carl Barnes. Robert Baylor, Robert Bavsore, Howard
Bieber, Roy Derr, George Frantz, Clifford Fry, Donald Greenly,
Disan Kock, Matthew Sasso, Carl Warren, James Updegralf, Mar-
lin Hartman, Paul Stackhouse.
Adrisn: MR. L. A. GIRVEN.
THE MUNCY CHAPTER OF FUTURE FARMERS
Our Chapter was chartered in 1936 as an organiza-
tion composed of farm boys studying vocational agri-
culture. Our Chapter ranks among the best throughout
Pennsylvania. In the past the Muncy Chapter has had
project activities which were outstanding from a na-
tional viewpoint. There are twenty-eight active mein-
bers enrolled in grades '9 to l2. The class work and
practicum consists of forestry, poultry raising, vegetable
gardening, animal husbandry, farm crops, farm account-
ing, rural sociology, and farm shop work.
l2iX Lewis Bogart, Alice Derry llA Willian D
Mildred Bair' IOA E
, merson Barrio, Esther llillg 9A Lin-
ford Frey, Barbara Bakery 122 Bruce Sones, President,
Betty MeManigal, Secretary: llZ Keith Michael, Ann
Vredenburg, Treasurerg 102 Kimlwr Snxilh,. Shirley
V ' Seibertg 9Z Charles Walker, Martha Lee.
' X I Arlzrixn: MR. ENGELHARDT.
ivfif E ,
ur Student Council at Muncy serves a vital
need in the school. Through this representa-
tive body, many projects are launched, which
students think will make a better all-around
school. The Council is organized on a demo-
cratic, representative basis and meets every two
weeks. This year they have sponsored dance
parties, a d b '
n anquets for athletic teams.
l2A Robert llalliet, President: Phyllis Balliet Set
l'ZZ Richard Whiw l
tpe, Treasurer' Ruth Sasso llA -
mic llill Mild d
, ,. 5 Jim
re Baylor: llZ Keith Michael, Evelyn
Sonesg lllfk Alan Dugan, Rita Hallg 102 Bruce Miller,
Shirlev Seibertg 9A Donald Fry, Beverly Bairg 9Z Wil-
Qxllh.SUllll'I'Cl, Charlotte Youtrg 8 Betty Millerg 7 David
c ard Rogers
, . Awixlan! Editor
ols Lee, Gladys Ellis, Dorothy Riley,
Dorothy Drirk, Joanne Taylor. Thomas
Heilman, Emma Kahler, Jacqui-lyn Ben-
nett, Betty MrManigal, Brure Soni-s,
Join llitesman, Roherl Bnlliet, Alive
Dcrr, Florence Rishel, Rirliurtl Whixple,
Mary jane Moran, Eleanor flicks, lieity
Bellak, Benton Sevison, Robert Myers,
John Coppes, hliuirire Bielxer, Clmrles
O'Connor Richard Nuss, Lewis Bogart,
MRS. JANET ENGEl,HARD'I'-Adz'i,wr.
The Yearbook Staff can justifiably be proud of its product. The various staff committees
have produced a book of excellent contents. The business staff has been very successful in
financing the project. Their promotional plans had the full cooperation of the seniors.
The local chapter of the Tri-Hi-Y Club has twenty-five members enrolled, and meets every
Wednesday after school under the guidance of Mrs. Harold Martin. The Club has been active
in attending conferences during the year, and all enthusiastically participated in the Spring
Conference for Older Girls held in Muncy during April. Club officers are:
President ...,,............................. Mary Barbour
Secretary ...,. ....... G ladys Ellis
. .. . ,,., Editor-ill-Chirf
's Dcrr, Mildred Bair,
'n Fry, Madeline
Mildred Drun ,
Jane Moran, Mary Gru , D
Booth, Earl Fry, Gladys Ellis
' Bcllak Keith Michael.
Alu c MarY
an activity of instruction in
elhardt directed the
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Senior High School s
ing the National Poetry Antho
Contest. Many of the entries will bc
published in the Anthology for this
' of the United States includ-
' Virginia, and Ohio.
ing Pc nn A
Four poems were
will be starred in the 1947 editi
Our local branch of this national
organization is 100 percent successful
in preventing accidents to school
children while coming to and going
from school. Our Patrol has always
been composed of junior High School
boys with 9th grade boys serving as
captains of squads.
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The Booster Club is one of the more
active organizations in school. For all
school events, they have carried on very
effective advertising campaigns. Without
their help, the success of all school programs
would probably have b
Every member of the senior class serve
for three weeks on a chapel committee let
by the chapel chairman. Each committei
has the responsibility of conducting devo
tions, making announcements, and occasion
ally providing entertainment at the morning
chapel exercises in the auditorium. All wh-
served expressed appreciation of the train
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SENIOR HIGH CHEERLEADERS
During football season most of the cheerleaders ma
age to get to all of the games, in spite of the bitt
cold toward the end of the season. For basketball seas4
the girls bought new jackets and skirts
The two new Sophomore cheerleaders el td
, ece tl
year, Rita Hall and Jane Youtz, proved to be capal
and reliable. Florence Little and Mildred Blair, t
Junior h 1 ' ' '
c eer eaders, will be the leading captains nf
year after four Seniors graduate: Mary jane Mor:
Norma Smith, Jacquelyn Bennett, and Betty Bellak.
We congratulate the cheerleaders on the good wc
which backed up the players on the gridiron and t
Baseball, and Track Coac
tl M15 ,
H With Seniors and Sophomores interchang-
Muncy .,,.., .
ing frequently in most games, our team was
at its best in only two West Branch con-
tests, against Montoursville and Hughesville
in Muncy's gym. Heartening are prospects
of the return of many of this seasonls regu-
lars for two more years, and with added
strength from junior High, Muncy's climb
to a high place on the West Branch ladder
seems about to begin.
Alumni ,,,......... 28 home
Mifllinburg ..., 30 home
Savona ............ 34 home
Montgomery ,.4O home
Watsontown .... 44 away
Montoursville 39 home
Sonestown ...... 36 home
Hughesville .... 50 away
Ralston .,.......,,. 40 away
Mitllinbllrg .... 20 away
Montgomery H38 away
Watsontown ..45 home
Mon toursville 35 away
Sonestown ...., ,53 away
Hughesville ..,. 31 home
Ralston ...,........ 39 home
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A victory over Canton, who the previous week had upset Montgomery, pro-
vided a highlight in the picture of the 1946 season. Other contests against Susque-
hanna and West Branch opponents showed less consistent play than early season
battles at Danville and Mifflinburg.
With thc entire backfield and several linemen gone from Coach Bellak's ,46 squad,
the Indians will face a revised West Branch schedule in '47 with a free-for-all
battle for varsity positions.
0 Burnham .................. 24 .... ....... h ome
Muncy ........ .....
0 Northumberland ...... 26 home
Muncy ....... ..,.. .... .,.....
Muncy ........ ...., 0 Danville ..,........ 7 .... ....... a way
Muncy ........ ........ 2 l Mifflinburg ..... O .... .... z iway
Muncy ....... ..... 7 Selinsgrove ..... ...... 3 3 .... ......, a way
Muncy ....... ..... 0 Montgomery 45 ,... ..... 1 iway
Muncy ....... ..... 6 Montoursville ...... 18 .... ....... a way
Muncy ....... ........ 2 7 Canton ...,....... 6 .... ....... h ome
Muncy ....... ..... 6 Lewisburg ....... ...... 4 0 ..., ....... h ome
Muncy ....... ...... O Jersey Shore ..... 51 .... .... 1 iway
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JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL
Undefeated at hom I
established a record which will not easilv be equalled Th '
e and awav this earas unior Hi h team
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spirit, style of play, and all-around ability drew favorable com-
ments through the season. Winner over all West Branch oppo-
nents, the juniors also numbered Lewisburg, Northumberland,
and Milton among their victims. Coach Mvers believes that this
team, captained by Carl Barnes, made fewer mistakes in play
than the two previous teams.
JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL
junior High Opjmnrnlx
36 F.F.A. fMuncyj ,.,,. .
49 Lewisburg jr. High ......... ,,.. l
40 Milton jr. llighm.. . 2
28 Montgomery "J-V's" ....,.. 1
23 Watsontown jr. High. ,,... l
21 Montoursville Jr. High .,,,...... 2
20 Sonestown "J-V's" ....... ., 1
37 Hughcsville jr, High ..... .. ll
31 Milton Jr. High .,.. ,,,.., . 2
18 Montgomery "J4V's" ,. l
30 Watstontown Jr. High. .... ll
25 Monloursxille Jr. High ......,. . 2
27 Sonestown "J-V's" ............,, ,. 1
29 Hughesville jr. High .........., ,, l
33 Senior Stars ......,,, .. ..........,,.,.. 2-
Northumberland jr. High ,, l
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Iled 'i fi'
. xc'-nlutth victory string
gains! postwar Distriet Four rivals
fore they slowed SOIIIPXVIIZII against
'Ong tt-:uns from Lewistown, Lock
elven, and Forty Fort. They roared
ek however against Hugh:-sville and
-llefnntm' :ind took high honors in
1- District Four Championship meet
Id in Our own gym.
Captain Bielwr, Charles Walker,
'ure Millvr, and Lester Snyder were
ir most Consistent winners and much
our well-balanced squad will re-
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eu ty next year.
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Hughesville . 0
Sunbury ,. .I I
Sunbury ... . ...IO
Shamokin . .I9
Shamokin ....., 20
Lewiston . 29
Lorlt Haven ,. 29
Forty Fort .,...... 25
Bellefonte ..... H24
The Cream of Creamery
Don't Lot Her Get Away!
Going My Way?
Still Trying, Dick?
Looking for Models?
Hold THAT Pose!
5' 1" ..,
Oh! When He's a Senior
Does It Take Two-
Look at That Crew!
Is That Snake Real?
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S for Trouble?
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Open Y our EWS.
"The Store of Tomorrow"
BARBOUR'S GOLDEN RULE GROCERY
"Sell Unto Others As You Would Ilavc Thom Scll Unto You"
DAVE SHOOK AUNT NELLIE'S
Self-Serwce mrhe Store of
Open Friday and Saturday Nights Today,
300 S. MAIN ST.
MUNCY, PA. MUNCY, PA-
Continuous Banking Since 1893
All Types of Loans, Including
FARM, HOME, COLLATERAL, PERSONAL, AND AUTO
It's Smart To Be Thrifty
Save Your Money With System and Sufvty
In An Account With
THE MUNCY BANKING COMPANY
MEMBER OF THE FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP.
WALLIS FUNERAL HOME
121 SOUTH MAIN STREET
GIFTS, CANDIES AND
BREYER,S ICE C-REAIVI
E L - D O R
B O B F R E Y ' S
A FRIEND MARKET
N ETTIE MAE
E. B. MCCUAIG, Prop.
9 S MAIN ST. MUNCY, PA. 33 N. MAIN ST. MUNCX P
THE CITIZEN'S NATIONAL BANK
COMMERCIAL ACCOUNTS SAVINGS ACCOUNTS
Cooperation with Customers in Good Times and Bzidg
A Primary Regard for the Safety of Deposits
Com liments 0
P f Compliments of
CITY FLOURING MILLS
. MUNCY, PA.
MEYERS Happy Motoring
AUTO PARTS CLASS OF ,47
and AKERS Esso STATION
MUNCY, PA. MUNCY, PA.
M A R T I N S
DIAMONDS - WATCHES - JEWELRY
Small Weekly Payments
31 WEST THIRD ST. WILLIAMSPORT, PA.
F. B. HEAL
Sc TO 31.00 STORE
THE AMERICAN STORE
Lowe's Service Station
General Electric Appliances
Dry Goods, Farm Supplies
Groceries, Tydol Gas and Oil
HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY
27 S. MAIN ST.
MARGARET C. CLARK
General Insurance and
Masonic Building MUNCY, PA.
WILLIAMSPORT MxLK PRODUCTS Co
JUNIOR COLLEGE PREP SCHOOL
Two Years Four Years
ART SECRETARIAL SCIENCE
COMMERCE 84 FINANCE STENOGRAPHY
LIBERAL ARTS MEDICAL SECRETARIAL
MUSIC LABORATORY TECHNICIAN
Let us show you how two years spent at Dickinson Junior College will prepare
you for a desirable vocation or for admission to the junior class in the college or
university of your choice, whatever your chosen field may be.
For Further Informafion Write to:
DR. JOIIN W. LONG, President
WILLIAMSPORT DICKINSON JUNIOR COLLEGE
P A U L ' S
AND W . R . L O N G
Sales and Si'7'1l1.fE
The Water Street Lunch ARTHUR MYERS
160 E. WATER ST. MuNcv, PA.
C. G. SNYDER
MUNCY, R. D. No."1
Paint and Wallpaper
326 MARKET ST.
SPORTING GOODS CO.
GUNS AND AMMUNITION
336 PINE STREET
WILLIA M SPORT, PA.
WM. S. OPP
TYDOL GAS AND OIL
P. O. MUNCY, PA., R. D. No. 1
EDWARD'S LAKE TO SEA
Regular Service to
NEW YORK, WILLIAMSPORT, ELMIRA, BUFFALO, PITTSBURGH
De Luxe Charlered Service For Groups
GRANGE NEWS AGENCY
Muncy Agent Phone 242-A
ROBINSON'S MFG. CO.
CLASS GF "1947,'
The Store For All Your Needs
Phone 187 We Deliver Muncy, Pa
Compliments of Compliments of
L. Eaker's Garage H. L. BYERLY
I HUDSON MOTOR CARS
Phone 148-A Munc
S T E R N B R O S .
Fashions For Men
14 W. THIRD STREET
Main Highway, North of
CHARLES C. MUSSINA
Diamonds, Watches, jewelry
18 W. MARKET ST.
THE RITZ THEATRE
SEARS, ROEBUCK 86 CO.
Shop Sears and Save
Farm Store: 469 Pine Street
Opp. Rialto Theatre
Department Store: 130 W. Fourth St.
M O D E C R A F T
33 S. MAIN ST. MUNCY
E. P. I-IALL'S GARAGE
C. WILBERT REEDER
MOBILGAS AND OIL
ICNES AND L
S. RUDNITZKI, INC.
Diamonds - jewelry - Watches
123 W. FOURTH ST.
THE LAD AND LASSIE
32 SOUTH MAIN STREET
H O Y E R ' S
Outfitters to Boys and Men
350 PINE STREET
WILLIAMSPORT 8, PA.
For Every Occasion
Cash or Charge
Klivans Jewelry Co.
6 W. Third St.
"jewelers on the Squareu
S T E I N ' S
MAIN ST. MUNCY, PA
Say It With Flowers
Largest Grower of F lowers
in Lycoming County
HOFFMAN SEED AND GRAIN CO
Growers of Quality Sccd Corn
Shippers of Sccd and Grain
Big Chief Grains
Comjzli is f Complznzzfntx of
men 0 '
EN BIEBER MUNCY PASTRY SHOP
NCY, PA. MUNCY, PA
Best Wishes To
THE CLASS OF '47
THE MUNCY LUMINARY
RADIO and RECORD
MUNCY ATHLETIC CLUB
Leather Goods and Novelties
Phone 72-B MUNCY, PA.
Best of Luck
THE MORAN HOTEL
CHERE TEA ROGM
Under New Management
11:30 A.M. to 2:00 P.M.,
5 :00 P.M. to 7 : 30 P.M. FURNITURE
Also Sunday Dinners
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