Muncy High School - Canusarago Yearbook (Muncy, PA)
- Class of 1952
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Text from Pages 1 - 92 of the 1952 volume:
Hail to Alma Mater dear,
Spread her fame in accents clear,
Shout her glory to the skies,
Tell the praise of dear old Muncy,
May our hearts be ever true,
To the colors white and blue,
Muncy High School, here's to you-
Hail to Alma Mater, Hail.
-E. W. ROBERTS
Hcrc's to our clear old Muncy,
Praise to her colors true,
Junior and Senior High School
Hail to the White and blue
Rah! Rah! Rah!
Good times we've had about her,
Sad times occasionally too,
But when it comes to good schools
Oh Muncy, we'rc for you!
Rah! -G. PALMER
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THE SENIOR CLASS
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The senior class of 1952 dedicates
this issue of the CANUSARAGO to MR.
MUSIAL, our High School principal,
science instructor, and past faculty
manager of athletics. Mr. Musial has
been a wise counselor to all of us and
has always been eager to help us with
our problems. To us he represents our
ideal of principal, faculty member,
With this issue of the CANUSARAGO,
we wish to thank him for the counsel
and guidance he has given us during
our high school days.
We, as the class of 1952, will al-
ways remember those classmates who
were taken from us during our school
PFC. WARREN ROBERT ALLEN LEWIS EUGENE BEILHAETZ
FREDERICK DONALD GORTNER
Lrffi fu Hiyhf Mr. Robert Staunton
Mr. lluwurrl V. Opp. Mr. C. Wil
In-it Homin". Mrs. .Imnes Phillips
Ihr. C. S. VV. liickolt.
MRS. POUST AND DoR1s SHOOK
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MR. WILLIAMSON, Our Supz'rz'isi11g Prinrijwal
MR. MUSIAL, Our Prinripul
LOTS M. HEYD
B.A., Pennsylvania State College
WARLJ L. MYERS
B.S., Carnegie Technical lnstitutc
M.Iid., Pennsylvania State Col-
BI-ISSIF M. LONG
Mansfield State Teachers College
STANLEY T. SCHUYLER
l3.S., Bloomsburg State Teachers
REBECCA S. ARTHUR
Mansfield State Teachers College
Pennsylvania State College
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B.S., Pennsylvania State College
Eastman School of Music
GEORGE B. HOUSEKNECHT
B.S., Bloomsburg State Teachers
NADINE E. EUSTIS
A.B., Gettysburg College
St. Lawrence University
ZIGMUND M. MUSIAL
B.S., Bloomsburg State Teachers
MARIAN L. STINE
B.S., Lock Haven State Teachers
IRVIN T. HFSS
B.S., Slippery Rock State Teach-
IRENE M. WITHFRS
A.B., Lebanon Valley College
St. Lawrence University
Our Tru imers
ROBERT S. HUGHES
B.A., Gettysburg College
B.S., Westchester State Teachers
DELOSE M. BITLIZR
Bloomsburg State Teachers Col-
Williamsport Commercial School
SHIRLEY S. MUFFLY
R.D.I'I., Temple University
Bluomsburg State Teachers Col-
LARUE C. WILLIAMSON
A.B., Pennsylvania State College
M. lid., Pennsylvania State Col-
JEAN F. HILL
Vocal Mnxir Slzperuisor
ILS., Susquehanna University
ITLBIN J. FARABEE
B.S., Pennsylvania State College
LILA L. CRAWLEY
R.N., Halstead Hospital Train-
AARON M. COBLENTZ
B.S., Millersville State Teachers
ESTHER H. POUST
B.S., New York University
M.A., New York University
Pierce Business School
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GEORGE B. HOUSEKNECHT
The class of 1952 wishes to express its
most sincere gratitude to Mr. George House-
kneehr, our class adviser throughout our
high school years. Mr. Houseknecht assumed
his duties as our adviser in our sophomore
year and has been a great help in solving
our problems and keeping our class working
in harmony. To him goes our most grateful
thanks for his leadership, judgment, under-
standing, and patience.
Senior Class Adviser
SeatedAGerald Yoder. President.
Sfflllflfllfly Left fn I?iyl:!4Helen Spaulding, Secretary: Thomas Umlnuf, Vice Presirlentg
Marlin Wolfe, Treasurer.
ELLEN LOUISE AKERs
Enthusiastic collector - speaks with
ease before a group.
Academic, Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4,
Journalism Club 2, 3, 4, Gym Team
3, 4, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4,
Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1,
2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Scoop Staif
3, 4, CANUSARAGO Staff 4, Student
Librarian 2, 3, 4, Class Play 3, Stu-
dent Director 4, Poetry Award 3,
Oratorical Contest State Finals 3,
Minstrel Show 3.
ILENE LUCILLE APP
Loves to travel-relaxes over the
ivories - ardent reader-graceful
Academic, Glee Club 2, Tri-Hi-Y
1, 2, 3, Secretary 4, Quill and Scroll
3, 4, Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Stu-
dent Librarian 2, 3, 4, Intramural
Sports 1, 2, 3, 4, Minstrel Show 3.
JAMES MEREDITH ARMS
Enjoys model airplanes and Guy
Academic, School Patrol 1, Scoop
Staff 3, 4, Boys' Sextette 1, 2, Gym
Team 3, 4, Intramural Sports 3, 4,
Magazine Drive Captain 4, Glee
SHIRLEY MAE ARTLEY
Tiny, with the ideal waist-air
minded-she's either rushing or
Commercial, Minstrel Show 3, Band
2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee
Club 1, 2, 4, Student Librarian
3, 4, Booster Club 4, Journalism
Club 4, Scoop Staff 4, Intramural
Sports 3, 4, Class Play 3.
WAYNE HOWARD BACON
Flys Indian motorcycle-works at
Western Auto-very friendly.
Commercial, Basketball Team 1, 2,
Student Council 2, Intramural
Sports 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Play Stage
Crew 3, Manager 4.
HELEN RETA BARTO
A snappy cheerleader- friendly -
Commercial, Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4,
Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y
1, 2, 3, 4, Student Librarian 2, 3, 4,
Journalism Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Scoop
Staff 2, 3, 4, Gym Team 3, 4, Min-
strel Show 3, Glee Club 2, 4.
WILLIAM LESTER BAYSORE
Likes bowling and gym team--quiet
around the opposite sex.
General, Gym Team 3, 4, Glee Club
4, Class Play Stage Crew 3, 4, In-
tramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4, School
JOHN MORRISON BILLHIME
Likes sports and girls-follows both
General, Football Manager 1, 2, 3,
Baseball Manager 1, Wrestling Man-
ager 2, 3, 4, M Club 3, 4, Scoop
Staff 4, Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4,
Class Play Stage Crew 3, 4, Glee
Club 1, 2, 3, Minstrel Show 4.
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PRISCILLA DENE BENNETT
Seen but seldom heard-born to be
an angel of mercy--always neat.
Commercial, Student Librarian 2,
3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4.
MARY KATHRYN BREIDINGER
Posscsses a pair of beautiful brown
eyes-clear soprano voice-plays
Commercial, Booster Club 1, 2, 3,
4, Tri-Hi-Y 1, Z, 3, 4, Student
Librarian 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 3, 4,
Intramural Sports 1, 2.
WILIIELMINA M. BRENEISEN
Iilushes easily-swimming and bowl-
ing rank high with her--friendly,
Commercial, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Tri-
Hi-Y 1, 2, Secretary 3, 4, Booster
Club 2, 3, 4, Journalism Club 2, 3,
4, Vice President of Class 3, Glee
Club 1, Student Librarian 2, 3, 4,
CANUSARAGO Staff 4, Intramural
Sports 3, 4, Student Council 2,
Minstrel Show 3, Chapel Chair-
JAMES FRANKLIN BRITTAIN
Red hair-bookkeeping whiz-all
Commercial, Football Team 1, 2, 3,
4, Wrestling Team 1, 2, 3, 4, M
Club 3, 4, CANUSARAGO Staff 4, In-
tramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4.
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CAROLYN GOULD BRYFOGLE
Drives 351 Hudson-enjoys all sports
-presides over Tri-Hi-Y-neat
Academic, Tri-Hi-Y 1, Vice Pres-
ident 2, President 3, 4, Scoop
Staff 3, 4, Student Librarian 2,
3, 4, Student Council 1, Booster
Club l, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4,
journalism Club 2, 3, 4, Glce Club
l, Chapel Chairman 1, Intramural
Sports 1, 2, 3, 4, ,Iunior High
Cheerleader 1, Foliage Queen.
ALENA AMM COLLEY
An up and coming Florence Night-
ingale'-lcnit one, purl two-ideal
Academic, Glee Club 2, 4, Student
Librarian 2, 3, 4, Booster Club 2,
3, 4, Scoop Staff 3, 4, journalism
Club 3, 4, Intramural Sports 3, 4,
Class Play 3, 4, CANUSARAGO Stal?
4, Minstrel Show 3, Quill and
LARRY LEE CONFER
Always ready with a wise remark-
lots 0' fun.
Academic, Baseball Team 1, 2, 4,
Basketball Manager 1, 2, 3, 4,
Student Council 3, President 4,
Intramural Sports 2, 3, Scoop Staff
3, 4, CANUSARAGO Business Mana-
ger 4, School Patrol 1, Chapel
Chairman 4, M Club 4, Christmas
Play 2, 3, Class Play 4.
WILLIAM E. EDGEWORTH
So lively-music is his hobby-
nice to have around.
Academic, Basketball Team 1, 2, 3,
4, Football Team Z, 3, 4, Student
Council 1, 3, Scoop Staff 3, Class
Play 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4,
M Club 2, 3, 4, Boys' Sextette 1,
2, 4, Intramural Sports 1, 4, Christ-
mas Play 1, 2, 3, Minstrel Show
1, 3, 4.
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DONALD LEE EDWARDS
Blushes easily-fond of fruits-
Commercial5 Football Team 1, 2,
3, 45 Wrestling Team 2, 3, 45 M
Club Secretary 3, 45 Intramural
Sports 1, 2, 3, 45 Student Council2.
MARTHA B. FENSTERMACHER
Proud owner of naturally curly,
red hair-friendly smile- Pill's
Commercial5 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 45 Stu-
dent Librarian 2, 3, 45 Glee Club
2, 3, 4.
MADELYN LOUISE FLACK
Dark hair is her pride-plays her
trumpet with ease-a typing
Commercial5 Student Council 15
Band 1, 2, 3, Secretary 45 Chapel
Chairman 15 Student Librarian 2, 3,
Captain 45 Booster Club 45 Quill
and Scroll 3, 45 Sroop Staff 2, 3,
Features Editor 45 CANUSARAGO
Staff 45 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 45 Intramural
Sports 1, 2, 3, 45 journalism Club 4.
JUNE ELEANOR FREY
S' SM"-a joke for every occasion
-beautiful white teeth-enjoys
Commercialg Journalism Club 3, 45
Tri-Hi-Y 3, 45 Booster Club 2, 3,
45 CANUSARAGO Staff 45 Intramur-
al Sports 1, 2, 3, 45 Scoop Staff 35
Minstrel Show 3.
LAURA DOLORES FREY
Short and very sweet-her motto
is sports-june's partner in crime.
Commercial5 American Legion
Award 15 Booster Club 2, 3, 45
Tri-Hi-Y 1, 3, Treasurer 45 Student
Librarian 2, Captain 3, 45 Scoop
Staff 3, 45 CANUSARAGO Staff 45
Journalism Club 2, 35 Intramural
Sports 1, 2, 3, 45 Student Council
3, Chapel Chairman 15 Minstrel
JUDITI-I WATSON FRY
Cover girl legs-takes to water with
the grace of a mermaid.
Academic5 Scoop Staff 3, 45 Tri-
Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Booster Club 2, 45
Cheerleader 2, 3, 45 Intramural
Sports 2, 3, 45 Chapel Chairman 45
Student Librarian 2, 3, 45 Class
Play Usher 35 Minstrel Show 3.
BENJAMIN C. GARDNER
East side kid-agriculture enthusiast
Agrieulture5 F u t u r e Farmers of
America 1, 2, 3, 4.
LORRAINE MARIE GORTNER
Always with her double-likes to
Commercialg Booster Club 1, 2, 3,
45 Band 3, 45 Student Librarian 3,
45 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 45 Sroop Staff
2, 3, 45 Journalism Club 2, 3.
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LORRETTA MAE GORTNER
The blushing twin-Lorrettzfs left
Commercial5 Band 3, 45 Booster
Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi.Y 1, 2, 3,45
Scoop Staff 2, 3, 45 Journalism Club
LEE ADAM GRUNEBERG
Garage holds Hudson and Harley-
Davidson motorcycle - mechani-
Commercial5 Scoop Staff 3, Business
Manager 45 CANUSARAGO Staff 45
Christmas Play 25 Chapel Chairman
15 Intramural Sports 3, 4.
PAUL ERNEST GUISEWHITE
Slides a trombone-knows all about
Commercial5 Band 1, 2, 3, President
45 Scoop Staff 3, News Editor 45
CANUSARAGO Staff 45 Intramural
Sports 3, 45 Boys' Sextette 1, 25
Chapel Chairman 15 School Patrol 1.
GLEN HOWARD HESSLER
Enjoys g r e a t out-of-doors - likes
hunting two and four legged
Academicg Glee Club 3, 45 Intra-
mural Sports 3, 4.
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DONALD HARRY Hicks
Football center - soda jerk -- Ed-
wards' partner in crime.
Commercialg Football Team 1, 2,
3, 45 Wrestling Team 3, 45 M Club
45 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4.
BEVERLY ANN HILL
Number, please-one of the Penn
Street gang-clear blue eyes.
Commercial5 Band 1, 2, 35 Student
Librarian 2, 3, 45 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 45
Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Intramural
Sports 1, 2, 3, 45 CANUSARAGO
Staff 45 Glee Club 1, 2, 45 Scoop
Staff 3, 45 Minstrel Show 35 Class
PATTY ANN KELLEY
Long walk from East Muncy-ab
tracted to roller skating--pos-
sesses long, Enely manicured nails.
Commercialg Student Librarian 2,
3, 45 Booster Club 2, 3, 45 Tri-Hi-
Y 1, 2, 3, 45 CANUSARAGO Staff 45
Sroojz Staff 2, 3, 45 Intramural
Sports 1, 2, 3, 4.
SHERRY LOU KELLEY
Shares Patty's walk-square danc-
ing a favorite pastime-a one-
armed wonder in basketball.
Commereialg CANUSARAGO staff 45
Svoop Staff 2, 3, 45 Booster Club
1, 2, 3, 45 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 45
Student Librarian 2, 3, 45 Intra-
mural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4.
JOAN BORDER KOONS
Music ranks high-true friend to all
-originator of many cute say-
Commercialg Booster Club 2, 3, 45
Tri-Hi-Y l, 2, 3, 45 Scoop Staff
3, 45 Student Librarian 2, 3, 45
Minstrel Show 35 CANUSARAGO Staff
45 Journalism Club Z, 3, 45 Band 1,
2, 3, 45 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4.
CHARLES ONEY LITTLE
Bookworm-loves fishing and Sones-
Commercialg Intramural Sports 1, 2.
ROBERTA C. MCCOURT
A true hillbilly at heart-pretty
dimples-enjoys lab work.
Academic, Band 2, 3, 45 Scoop
Staff 3, 45 CANUSARAGO Staff 45
Journalism Club Z, 3, 45 Booster
Club 45 Student Librarian 2, 3, 45
Glee Club 1, 2.
Keeps a lively conversation-the
high school girls' longed for com-
plexion-"May I help you,
Academic5 Scoop Staff 3, 45 Tri-
Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 45 Booster Club 25
Journalism Club 2, 3, 45 Glee Club
1, 25 Class Play 45 Intramural
DONALD EUGENE MILLER
Dick Tracy fan-loves to sleep in
class--oh, those blue eyes.
Agriculture, F u t u r e Farmers of
America 3, 45 Wrestling Team 1, 2,
K DELPHIR MINIER
Import from Montour-dislikes hav-
ing people misspell his first name.
THOMAS LEE MYERS
Tall, dark, and wow-likes sports
Academicg Basketball Team 1, 2,
3, 45 Baseball Team 1, 2, 3, 45 Glee
Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Scoop Staff 2, 3,45
CANUSARAGO Staff 45 P o e t r y
Award 15 Student Council 25 Class
Play 3, 45 Pennsylvania Week Win-
ner 45 Christmas Play 15 M Club
2, 3, Secretary 45 School Patrol
KARL I. NEIDERBERGER
Blush matches his hair-quict,
rather shy student.
Commercialg Scoop Staff 3, 45 Base-
ball Team 25 Football Team 35 In-
tramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4.
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JAMES STARR NICHOLSON
Very, very quiet unless he has some-
thing important to say-hails
Agricultureg F u t u r e Farmers of
America 2, 3, 4.
NEIL LAVONNE Nuss
Oh, those shoulders-handsome is
as handsome does-likes school
Generalg Football Team 1, 2 , 3, 45
Wrestling Team 1, 2, 3, 45 Sfoop
Staff 3, 45 M Club 45 Intramural
Sports 45 Class Play Stage Crew 4.
MARY LOU ODON
Shy and quiet until she gets to know
you-she draws what she loves-
a cutie with pug nose and freck-
Commercial5 Booster Club 45 CAN-
USAKAGO Staff 45 Scoop Staff 35 In-
tramural Sports 15 Student Libra-
rian 3, 4.
HELEN LOUISE POUST
Pilots a Pontiac-ardent wrestling
fan-she's a curly headed blond.
Commercial5 Student Council 15
Scoop Staff 3, 45 CANUSARAGO Staff
45 Student Librarian 2, 3, 45 Boos-
ter Club 2, 3, 45 Journalism Club
2, 3, 45 Chapel Chairman 15 Assis-
tant Manager Magazine Drive 45
Class Play 35 Intramural Sports 1,
2, 3, 45 Quill and Scroll Club 3, 4.
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JANICE ARLENE RITTER
A whiz in bookkeeping-personab
ity plus-flys a blue chevy.
Commercial5 Band 1, 2, 3, Vice
President 45 Student Librarian 2, 3,
45 Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Booster Club
2, 3, 45 Journalism Club 2, 3, 45
CANUSARAGO Staff, Assistant Editor
45 General Manager Magazine Drive
45 Chapel Chairman 15 Intramural
Sports 1, 2, 3, 45 Scoop Staff 3, 45
Class Play Usher 45 Quill and
Scroll 3, 4.
KENNETH ELWOOD REED
Most bashful boy in class-finds a
way to get undone homework
Academic5 Intramural Sports 3, 4.
DORA EDITH SCHENCK
All 'round athletic girl-an import
from Hughesville-tres petite
Academic5 S t u de n t Librarian 2,
Captain 3, 45 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 45
Booster Club 2, 3, 45 Intramural
Sports 2, 3, 45 CANUSARAGO Staff 45
Quill and Scroll 3, 45 Scoop 3, 45
Glee Club 2, 35 ,lournalism Club
2, 3, 45 Student Council 25 Min-
strel Show 3.
DOROTHY JOANNE SCHOCH
A person with much creative ability
-well known for her parties-
fair skin, and blue eyes.
Commercial5 Chapel Chairman 45
Student Council 1, 2, 35 Journal-
ism Club 2, 45 Scoop Staff 2, 3, 45
Booster Club 2, 3, President 45 Tri-
Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Intramural Sports
1, 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 15 Minstrel
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ROLAND EUGENE SCHODT
6' 4"-has a very friendly smile for
all of feminine gender.
Agriculture5 Basketball Team 1, 2,
35 Intramural Sports 45 Future
Farmers of America 2, 3, 4.
WESLEY WILLIAM SHOOK
Toots a tuba-engineers a bucket
o' bolts Canother name for his
Acndemic5 School Patrol 15 Band 2,
3, 45 Sroop Staff 2, 3, 45 CANUSA-
ItAGo Staff 45 Intramural Sports 2,
3, 45 Chapel Chairman 15 Glee Club
15 Christmas Play 35 Gym Team 4.
RICHARD ALAN SMITH
Trombone player-likes Chem class
-cherche la femme.
Academic5 Band l, 2, 3, 45 Scoop
Staff 3, 45 CANUSARAGO Editor 45
Class Play 35 Intramural Sports 1,
2, 3, 45 School Patrol 1.
SHERYL ANN SOMEIWILLE
Owner of the only doghouse on
wheels in Muncy-our CANUSA-
Academic5 journalism Club 2, Soph-
omore Editor 3, 45 Band 2, 3, 45
CANUSARACO Staff 45 Intramural
Sports 1, 2, 3, 45 Booster Club 35
Tri-Hi-Y 15 Class Play 3, 45 Stu-
dent Librarian 2, 3, 45 Quill and
Scroll 45 Glee Club 4.
KENNETH G. SOMMERS
Booms a brass horn-drives a big,
two-tone Mercury-one of three
musketeers-Hic, Dick, and Bun.
Academicg Band 3, 45 Scoop Staff 3.
45 Glee Club 1, 25 CANUSARAGO
Staff 45 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3,4.
HELEN ELEANOR SPALDING
Hers is the art of concentrated
study-a natural leader-enjoys
Academicg Tri-Hi-Y 15 Scoop Staff
Assistant Editor 3, Editor 45 Quill
and Scroll 3, 45 Chapel Chairman
45 Student Council 3, Secretary 45
Christmas Play 25 Property Mana-
ger Class Play 3, 4.
TORRENCE M. STACKHOUSE
Third baseman-Port Penn guy-
likes Chem class duh-whot's
Agricultureg Baseball Team 1, 2, 3,
45 Football Team I, 2, 3, 45 M
Club 45 Future Farmers of Amer-
ica l, 3, Secretary 3, 45 Intramural
Sports 1, 2, 3, 45 Minstrel Show
Stage Crew 3.
HAROLD MUNROE STEPHENS
6' 3" hubba-hubba-blushes a bright
General5 Basketball Team 35 Foot-
ball Team 45 M Club 4.
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ALICE ANNA SWARTZ
Enjoys all sports-especially swim-
ming-takes her place among the
Academic, Poetry Award 1, Jour-
nalism Club 2, 3, 4, Scoop Staff 3,
4, CANUSARAGO Staff 4, Intramural
Sports 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Librarian
2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Booster
Club 2, 3, 4, Christmas Play 2,
Class Play 3, Glee Club 1, 2.
RUTI-I EILEEN THOMAS
She sketches her dreams-a quiet,
studious miss-formerly from
Commercial, Student Librarian 3,
4, CANUSARAGO Staff 4.
ADA LORETTA ULsHAFER
Our glee club pianist-owner of
the only squeaky clarinet-Ven
onica Lake of the class.
Academic, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-
Y 2, 3, 4, Booster Club 2, 3, 4,
journalism Club 2, 3, 4, Student
Librarian 2, 3, 4, Scoop Staff 3, 4,
CANUSARAGO Staff 4, Chapel Chair-
man 1, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3,
4, Glee Club 1, 3, 4.
THOMAS BAYAND UMLAUF
Class clown - tall - good-looking
and such a special student.
Academic, Football Team 1, 2, 3,
4, Scoop Staff 2, 3, 4, M Club 3, 4,
Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4, Class
Play 3, 4, Minstrel Show 3, Glee
Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Vice Presi-
dent 4, Chapel Chairman 4, School
Patrol 1, CANUsAIxAco Staff 4,
Christmas Play 1, 3.
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ANN ROWENA VERMILYA
Very petite-swoons over Mario
Commercial, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 3, 4,
Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Journalism
Club 2, 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4,
Scoop Staff 3, 4, Intramural Sports
1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Chapel
Chairman 4, Student Librarian 2,
3, 4, Minstrel Show 3.
DAVID EDWARD WALLIS
All 'round athlete-always seen
with his double.
Academic, Basketball Team 1, 2, 3,
4, Baseball Team 1, 2, 3,4, Football
Team 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Sports
1, 2, 3, 4, M Club 1, 2, 3, Presi-
dent 4, Scoop Staif 3, 4, Class Play
3, 4, Minstrel Show 3, 4, CANUSA-
RAGO Staff 4, Gym Team 3, Christ-
mas Play 1, 3, School Patrol 1.
PAUL WILLIAM WERTMAN
Quite a temper-but really a nice
Academic, Baseball Team 2, 3, 4,
Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4, Stu-
dent Council 3, Scoop Staff 3, 4,
CANUSARAGO Staff 4, School Pa-
MARGARET E. WILLIAMS
Feels equally at ease on the square
dance floor and the roller skating
rink-her heart lies in Williams-
Commercial, Booster Club 2, 3, 4,
Student Librarian 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y
RICHARD KENARD WINTERS
Import f t o m Mont-Cli - drives
around in a green Plymouth-
always seen but never heard.
Commercial, Band 1, 2, 3.
MARLIN HENRY WOLFE
133 pound wrestler-always class
treasurer-real nice guy,
Academic, Basketball Team 1, Wres-
tling 2, 3, 4, Baseball Team 2, 3, 4,
Football Team 1, 2, 3, 43 M Club,
Treasurer 3, Vice President 4, Class
Treasurer 3, 45 Student Council 1,
2, Minstrel Show 3, 45 Intramural
Sports I, 2, 3, 4, Chapel Chairman
lg School Patrol I.
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RICHARD PAUL YAGEL
Gene Krupa the second-blond hair
and blue eyes-wow.
General, M Club 4g Band 1, 2, 33
Basketball Manager 2, 3, 4, Scoop
Staff 45 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3,
4, Class Play Stage Crew 3, 45
Minstrel Show Stage Crew 3, 4.
TRUMAN GERALD YODER
Always last but never least-on the
honor roll every time.
Academicg Wrestling Team 1, 2, 3,
45 Baseball Team 1, 2, 3, 45 Foot-
ball Manager 1, 2, Intramural
Sports 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2,
3, 4g Class President 3, 49 Ameri-
can Legion Award lg M Club 1, 2,
3, 4, CANUSARAGO Staff 45 Scoop
Staff 2, 3, 49 Minstrel Show 3, 45
Gym Team 3, 45 Chapel Chairman
45 Student Council 1, 2, 4, School
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During our first year under the "big top" we were guided by Miss Koons, Mrs.
Dice, and Mrs. Skouger. This year we had an exciting adventure. The whole class
Went for a train ride to Montgomery. The biggest event of the year was the "Tom
Thumb Wedding" in which "Billie" Breneisen was the bride and Dave Wallis was
Our trainers for second grade were Mrs. Hoffman, Mrs. Goodenow, and Miss
Beilhart fMrs. Edwardsj. This year we started our reading circles. We continued
with our rhythm band which was begun in the first grade.
The third year found us in the homerooms of Miss Shook and Miss Stahl fMrs.
Stahlj. Everyone participated in a play, "Christmas With the Old Woman Who Lived
in a Shoe," which was the event of the year. Physical Education classes were begun
for both boys and girls.
For our fourth year in the "big top," we climbed the stairs to the homerooms of
Mrs. Smith and Miss Young QMrs. Broderickj. During the year we took an interesting
tour of the Muncy Historical House and the gardens and presented a program of
poems in P. T. A.
Our trainers in fifth grade were Miss Brelsford QMrs. Grahamj and Mrs. Kashinka.
Mrs. McCarty replaced Mrs. Kashinka, who was forced to resign because of illness.
We changed rooms this year for the first time and had two teachers to make our work
more interesting. Several students became members of the Fifth and Sixth Grade Glee
Miss Gastor and Mrs. Stine were our leaders this year. The hardest subject seemed
to be geography. Much of our time in school seemed to be spent in the corners. Every
noon hour was spent playing "prison" on the playground. This was an exciting game
and resulted in at least one bloody nose we know of. Puppy love in full-bloom was
witnessed this year when Dave Wallis and Margaret Peddie, "Toot" Hill and Tom
Myers, and Carolyn Bryfogle and Wayne Printzenhoff started dating. Several members
of the class began their social life by taking dancing lessons.
In seventh grade our trainers were Miss Waldron and Mrs. Arthur. We had quite
a time getting through the halls. "Willie" Wertman especially went in circles, so he
was finally brought under control by Mrs. Arthur and led to the right room. Some of
the boys went out for Junior High Basketball this year.
Miss Carpenter fMrs. Reagenj and Mr. Girven were our leaders for eighth grade.
A sextet composed of Jim Arms, Jack Balliet, Bill Edgeworth, Tom Myers, Paul Guise-
white, and Lynn Derr was formed.
Ninth grade was a busy year for us with Mr. Schuyler and Mr. Hughes leading
us. Many of the boys went out for football and wrestling this year. Our class went
on an exciting trip to Hershey Park at the end of the year. The trip was a great
success with only three flat tires and engine trouble on one of the buses. Our com-
mencement was a thrill to all of us. Gerry Yoder and Dolores Frey won the American
Legion Awards. Alice Ann Swartz and Tommy Myers won the poetry awards.
In tenth grade we were capably led by Miss Eustis and Mr. Houseknecht. "Watch
it! Here comes an eraser," seemed to be the battle cry of our class this year, with
everyone participating in at least one battle a day. Many of the kids joined clubs
for the first time this year. Our Journalism Club took a trip to Williamsport to tour
the Grit Publishing Company and Brown Library.
The leaders for eleventh grade being Mr. Musial and Mr. Houseknecht, we began
one of our hardest, busiest years. We elected class oihcers who were: Gerry Yoder,
l president, "Billie" Breneisen, vice president, Helen Spalding, secretary, and Marlin
Wolfe, treasurer. Mr. Houseknecht was appointed as our class adviser. We had a
X food sale and a class play to raise money. Helen Spalding was elected editor of the
H Scoop. Carolyn Bryfogle was chosen to represent Muncy at the Flaming Foliage
- Our last and final year, twelfth grade, was led by Miss Heyd and Mr. Myers.
A A Our officers, flower, colors, and motto were chosen early in the year. Tommy Myers
X and Helen Spalding won the Pennsylvania Week Contest. The annual magazine drive
went over with great success and we went way over our goal. This year we were
very proud of our runner-up football team. On December 6, we put on the class play,
"The Kissing Link."
And so with this, our grand finale, we walk out of the big tent into the world.
195152 Calendar of Events
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November 3, 4
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May 18 .....,..
May 23 .....
May 26 ,..,..,.
First Football Game-Athens
.. Muncy vs. Montgomery 46-6
Senior Class Play, "The Kissing Link"
First Wrestling Match-Mill Hall
Back From Christmas Vacation
First Basketball Game-St. Mary's
Junior Class Play
May Day Ceremony
Spring Concert, Band and Vocal
.. .,,..,.. Class Day, Class Day Dance
Commencement, Alumni Dance
,. Class Trip, New York City
We, the seniors of the class of 1952, being of sound mind and memory, do hereby make this
our last will and testament.
To the teachers, we leave peace and quiet for the summer months.
To the juniors we leave the marks on the walls, the limburger in the radiators, the vaseline
on the banisters, and the paper airplanes so they can continue our policy of harassing the teachers
and pupils of the lower classes.
To the sophomores we leave two more years of school.
To the freshmen we leave all our books. To satisfy the teachers, use them more than we did.
To all future academic sections, the twelve academic section leaves their ability to talk Mr.
Musial and Miss Eustis out of tests. If you don't try it too often, it will work.
iEllen Akers leaves her feud with Mr. Houseknecht to John O'Brien. She also leaves you her
score and hopes that you will win, John.
So there won't be so many boys standing around at the dances, Judy Fry wills her dancing
ability to all of them.
Jim Brittain's educated toe is left to "Burp" Stroup. Be sure to put it to good use, it may
win the Montgomery game next year.
To Deonne Hartman, Shirley Artley wills her ability to live on top of the school and still be
late. Don't use it too often.
Gerry Yoder wills his wrestling powers to Earl Poust. Make good use of them.
Helen Spalding's ease in learning languages is left to Donny Marshall.
Karl Neiderberger wills his ability to make it to school jus! as the bell rings to anyone living
in Port Penn who sleeps until 8:15 a. m.
If the class of '53 should hear a sudden loud crash, it's not the roof falling in . . . it's just
Carolyn Bryfogle's sneeze which she wills to Peggy Lorimer.
Customers beware! Larry Confer-sometimes called Abie, "honest" Abie-wills his ability
to short-change all unsuspicious people to all future storekeepers.
Torrence Stackhouse leaves his position on third base to Max. To keep it in the family.
Joanne Schoch entrusts her ability in decorating stages, posters, etc., to Doris Shook so that
it can be given out as it is needed.
Ah, ha! You still hear a squeaky clarinet at band practice. Welre sorry, but Ada Ulshafer has
left her squeak to Jeanne Gardner.
Wayne Bacon leaves his drums and talent to be put to good use by Pug Miller.
If you see Judy Vermilya going to Hughesville a lot, it will be because she has been willed Helen
Poust's way with the men there.
Sheryl Somerville commits one jeep into the hands of Mr. Robert Ebner. Girls, please wear only
full skirts, or you'll never get in.
Wishing to be of aid to everyone, Dave Wallis leaves a slightly used cane to the M Club to
be used in case of injury next year. flf the person is beyond the need of a cane or similar device,
notice the advertising on the handle-"National Casket Companynj.
Dora Schenck bequeaths her habit of going to bed and getting up the same morning so that
she can get to school on time to Edna Mae.
Knowing full well she wonit want them, James Arms passes his freckles on to Margaret Story.
After careful thought Shirley Mendelsohn has decided to will her gift of gab to Marie Dimm.
So there will always be some pictures in the process of being made in the school, Ruth Thomas
leaves her art ability to Blanche Stackhouse. She excelled in action shots of horses, Blanche.
Dawn Smith is being willed Ilen Appls naturally curly hair.
So Muncy will always be in there lighting, Helen .Barto wills her cheerleading pep to all future
Listen, all girls! Peggy Williams wills anyone her ability to go steady.
The position of quarterback is left to Ronnie Feigles by Marlin Wolfe. Don't call your
own plays too often.
The Gortner twins will their trick of taking tests for each other and getting away with
it to anyone who can use it.
Several loud shirts are being willed to Ivan Hartman by Glen Hessler.
To anyone who wishes to keep from falling for any football or basketball player, her last
two years in high school, Janice Ritter wills her mastery of that art.
June Frey wills her subtle jokes to Jack Edwards, not that he needs them.
Do you ever expect to see Miss Heyd in size 135 shoes? Well, we hope she will use them
for something after "Shorty,' Stephens is kind enough to will them to her.
Next year you should see Roy Mauer playing a baritone horn in the band because Roberta
McCourt graciously turns hers over to him.
Mary Lou Oden wills her shyness to "Toot" McCowen.
One perfect attendance record is willed to Fae Blakeslee by Bill Baysore.
When you see Louise Porzelt with red hair next year, she will be making use of her in-
heritance from Martha Fenstermacher.
Tom Umlauf's witty remarks and classroom jokes are willed to Harper Abbott so that
he can provide the needed distraction from lessons every ten minutes.
Alena Colley leaves her elderly ladies' parts to anyone who Wants to play them.
To all future athletic managers, john Billhime wills lots of good luck.
To Miss Withers, Tommy Myers Wills his short hair cut. With this you won't be able to
pull it out so easily in play practice.
Arnie Reed will inherit Paul Guisewhite's trombone.
The ability to have two or three girls on the string at the same time can be disastrous,
nevertheless that's what Neil Nuss wills George Barnes.
Madelyn Flack leaves her well developed ability, for writing love letters, to Jean Shipman,
who seems to be keeping the postman busy already.
So that all future bookkeeping classes will be able to keep up to Mrs. Poust, Ann Vermilya
leaves them her plan for the mastery of this art.
Donny Hicks leaves his nickname of "Gabby", which he never liked, to his brother, Dick.
One motorcycle is left to "Wimpy" Funston by "Chip" Gruneberg. Don't spin the rear
wheel, "Wimp,'g it's hard on the tire.
Charles Little loves to tell hunting stories and does so each time he gets a chance. He
wishes to bequeath these to Mr. Houseknecht.
Donny Miller Wills Mary Purpuri his beautiful big blue eyes.
The shortest first name in school is left to Georgianna Eisenhauer by K Minier. We hope
you are able to use it.
"Billie" Breneisen wishes to leave her ability to make friends easily to anyone who has al-
ways wished to be able to do this.
Feeling he won't need it, Paul Wertman leaves his classroom temper to Dolores Rose.
Dick Smith wills his firm political convictions to anyone who wants them.
One double identity is willed to Merab McKee by Patty Ann Kelley. It seems she already
has one in the person of her sister, Nancy.
Sherry Kelley wills her double life to Jo Ann Felix. Don't use it too much, Jo Ann.
To Kenneth Frey, Benny Gardner wills his ability to pay attention in class.
Bill "Eckstine" Edgeworth bequeaths his combination Frank Sinatra, Bing Crosby, Al Jol-
son voice to Ronny Hartman to be used in the boys' shower room after the games.
One used car is left to any needy "hick" by Wesley Shook. '
If you wish to test the springs of your car, Dick Yagel leaves you his carload of kids.
No more than can breathe, please!
Her love for dancing is left by Mary Breidinger to Roger Wagner.
If you see a new, quiet Jim Robison next year, it is because he has inherited Kenny Reed's
quiet ways. That is presuming he will use them.
Donny Edwards wills his cart to some lucky person. "Just try to get itf'
Around a foot of his excess height is willed to "Ed" McCowen by Roland Schodt. This
is to be used in basketball only.
Priscilla Bennett wills her cool, calm attitude toward all matters to Betsy Youtz.
To Peter, James Nicholson wills his offices in the F. F. A. We hope you do as Well.
The ability to talk like james Stewart is left to Ernie Rishel by "Bun" Sommers.
Joan Koons wills Turbotville to those girls who have grown tired of Hughesville as a
source of manpower.
Mr. Hess is willed Dick Winter's Joey Chitwood driving ability. Remember, Mr. Hess, this
isnit to be used in driver's training classes.
Beverly Hill bequeaths her English accent to the future classes to be used in their plays.
Dolores Frey wishes to leave her lack of height to Pete Temple.
Last but not least, Alice Ann Swartz has decided to leave her home-permanents to Mr.
Schuyler. She does this with the hopes that they won't stop the growth of his hair.
With this we close our last will and testament, given on Class Day, at the Muncy-Muncy
Creek High School, in the year 1952.
" Our Lives in Circus Form"
With crayons, books, and tablets,
We had a lot of fun,
When first the big top opened,
Our school days were begun.
All through the acts and side shows,
We, each, did play our part.
With teachers as our trainers,
The same as from the start.
Oh, now the circus closes,
But really not to end.
Just into another season,
And then to begin again.
MOTTO-An acre of performance is worth a whole world
COLORS-Green and Gray
We, the performers of the class of 1952, as we leave our Alma Mater with
high hopes of success, do hereby pledge our loyalty and integrity to God, our
country, our community and to ourselves. We pledge to use the skills we have
acquired from our teachers throughout our school life to strive for world peace
and unity. May God help us in this our pledge.
Tune of "Mr, Touchdown U. S. A."
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We've had such fun in Muncy High School
We hate to see our schooldays end.
Tricks we played were not very bad
They really made our teachers so mad.
So it's goodbye fellow students
You soon will graduate too.
So its stand and cheer Muncy's
We're the Seniors of '52,
class of the year
It was a sultry, hot July afternoon in 1962 and we were headed for the circus grounds.
As we walked into the big top it brought back memories of our senior class when the theme
of our graduation program was "the circus". The first person to greet us was the circus clown.
We couldn't tell what his face looked like because of the grease paint, but we soon recognized
his voice as that of Tom Umlauf. Tom informed us that his boss was Gerry Yoder, co-owner
of the Yoder and Wolfe Variety Show. Gerry also acted as the strong man, thanks to Mr. Schuy-
ler's miraculous wrestling formula. We had seen Marlin outside barking out the wonders of
his great show. Tom had to hurry because it was about time for his act, so we went to find
seats. Just inside the tent we saw the first-aid station which was run by Ilene App and Alena
Colley, two R.N.'s. Their motto is "Always have plenty of bottles on the shelf-medicine, that
is." They told us that Madelyn Flack and joan Koons were still on the farm as Mrs. James
Martin and Mrs. Kenneth Snyder. They have circuses all their own-three kids apiece!
Billie Breneisen is out in California running an ice cream parlor called "Dip 'em Up and
Scoop 'em Out". June Frey is Billie's personal dress designer. As a sideline she designs clothes
for Warner Brothers Studio. She is now working out costumes for the movie, ujolson Comes
Back" or "Mammy Swoons" starring King Brosby, commonly known as Bill Edgeworth. And,
of course, because she did so well in our class play, "The Kissing Link", Shirley Mendelsohn
Kenneth Sommers, who was owner of Warner Brothers, is so rich that he even owns a
baseball team, "The Sommers' Sliders". The star players are Larry Confer, catcher, and Beverly
Hill, pitcher. You see, since 1958, baseball teams have been a combination of male and female
players. just a few days ago, "The Sliders""took the series. We knew this because we heard
Paul Wertman, the famous sports announcer, bring us play by play description on his own station
Just as Ilene was telling us about Ken, the blare of the trumpet announcing the start of
the show interrupted reminiscences. We found our seats and waited very eagerly for the stars
to come out in the three big rings. We looked over to see who had made the noise on the trumpet
and found that the circus band consisted of Paul Guisewhite and Dick Smith playing trom-
bones, Janice Ritter and Ada Ulshafer playing clarinets, and Ellen Akers on the trumpet. Of
course, the biggest part of the band consisted of the bass horn which was played by none other
than our own Wesley Shook.
Right then, out on the track came three elephants, being ridden by Martha Fenstermacher,
Priscilla Bennett and Helen Barto. Mickey was doing acrobatics she had learned while cheer-
leading at old M. H. S. The trainer of the huge elephants was John Billhime, who had gotten
his experience from managing the M. H. S. football team. Next in the parade came the bare-
back rider, Dora Schenck, riding a palomino pany. At the end of the Very colorful parade
we saw Neil Nuss and his trained monkeys. It seems that the monkeys were donated to the
circus by Benjamin "Frank Buckn Gardner, the big game hunter who had been in Africa for
the past five years.
Another blast on the trumpet led our eyes to the main ring where Judy Fry, world-re-
nowned bubble-dancer was performing. Right then we remembered that judyis odd ambition
in school was to be a bubble-dancer. During the performance, we heard a loud voice yelling
"Peanuts, popcorn, soda-pop.', In order to purchase any of these articles, the buyer had to look
way up to the seller, for it was-you've guessed it-Harold "Shorty" Stephens. He had lost out
in the competition for tall man of the circus to Roland Schodt by two inches.
Soon the show came to a close and we went out to walk around the grounds. The first side
show we came to was a flea circus conducted by none other than Jim Nicholson. Jim had
collected his fleas in the thriving metropolis of Pennsdale, where Donald Miller had just been
elected mayor. While talking about politics, Jim told us that Glenn Hessler was running for
state senator and Kenneth Reed for state farm inspector. We didn't know that Pennsdale had
become a first class city, led by its society matron, Mrs. James Kilgus. Remember Carolyn Bryfogle?
She and several of her maids are kept busy taking care of her eleven little wrestlers and one little
Moving on around the midway, we noticed the thriller show owned by Charles Little. He
had quite a few thrills in his show, but the main attraction was the collision of Lee Gruneberg
and Wayne Bacon on their motorcycles. While we were watching this event Judy came run-
ning out to see us. Tom had told her where we were. She had lots of news to tell us. Tom Myers
and Dave Wallis had each married within a year after they had finished high school and they
each had their basketball team now. Tom had been admitted to the bar in 1958 and was a well-
known lawyer in a divorce court. Dave, although everyone thought he was going to take over
his dad's business, had fooled everyone by becoming a doctor. Looks like he wanted to make
them well instead of burying them. It seems that Shirley Artley had also married in 1953.
She did so hoping that the ship would come in, but all she got was a raft of kids. Oh, well!
She always did want a football team. Dick Yagel was then part manager of Weldons. But
it wasn't called Weldons anymore. It was Y. W. and S. Company. That's right-Yagel,
Winters, and Stackhouse. They didn't make pajamas anymore, either. They were making ready-
make hotrods! Well, they had to keep Mary Kathryn Breidinger supplied. Mary Kathryn was the
first woman to win the races at the Indianapolis Speedway. Paul Wertman announced this on
Just then we heard a familiar voice behind us and turned around to find K Minier, the wise
cracker of the class of '52, talking to Bill Baysore. K was the leading joke writer for Bill's
magazine, the "Friday Night Splinter". They were both doing well in this field, too, because
they had scads of money. Bill brought his latest magazine over to let us see it. We were leaf-
ing through, looking at the pictures, When we came to one of the ads that usually said "Which
twin has the Toni?"g only this one said "Which set of twins has the Toni?" It had a picture
of the Kelley twins, Patty and Sherry and the Gortner twins, Lorraine and Lorretta. So they
were models! Goodness, it didn't seem anytime since we had seen their pictures in the '52 year-
book. K told us that Peggy Williams had married Tom Hinaman and was living in Hinaman
Heights in Williamsport.
Helen Spalding and Bobby McCourt had become inventors. Since they were always busy
using their telephones, they thought it would be nice if everyone could see what the person to
whom they were talking was doing, so they invented televised-telephones.
Bill and K had to go home and Judy had to get back in the big top for the second per-
formance. We were tired because of the long day at the circus and were leaving, when whom
should we meet but Alice Ann Swartz, Ann Vermilya and Joanne Schoch, more class-mates!
We wondered if they were working with the circus and they told us that they were. These
three were busy selling raffles, luncheon tickets, and tickets to every sideshow on the midway.
This was one job they had all had in school-selling things. But they must have liked it!
They had just been talking to Helen Poust, who was running for "First Woman Mayor of
Hughesville." Well she was in Hughesville more than, Muncy during school days-she ought to
While we were there talking, all of us as tired as could be, we had to sum up our last bit
of energy and hurriedly jump out of the way of a huge truck bearing down upon us. The truck
screeched to a stop and a tall, lanky, redheaded boy appeared with a smile on his face. Out
of the other side of the truck came another redheaded fellow. They were Jim Arms and Karl
Neiderberger, both truck drivers for the circus. They had just made a trip to Florida and brought
back eight huge alligators for the Circus. Jim and Karl yelled "Hi" and hurried on into the
manager's office. We soon decided that if we didn't leave we wouldn't get home before mid-
night and so parted company with our old girlfriends.
The bus was just leaving when we got to the stop, but we yelled at the driver and he
stopped to let us on. Why, what was Donnie Hicks doing driving a bus? He recognized us and
started to talk while the bus moved. Don said he liked this job because he didn't have to
say anything except "Fares, please." He didn't say much but he did tell us that Don Edwards and
Jim Brittain owned a gym in New York City. You've heard of those places. A man goes in to
learn how to wrestle and comes out bloody and black and blue not wanting to learn how to wrestle.
Dolores Frey, the secretary of this establishment, wrote down in her books the amount they had
to pay to Sheryl Somerville, the doctor across the street, for damages and for flowers.
As we settled into the seats, we noticed that all the advertising in the signs over head were
signed M. L. O. and R. E. T. So Ruth Thomas and Mary Lou Odon had made out in advertising!
They were always wonderful artists. We were so sleepy that we leaned our heads back on the
seats and thought of all the wonderful times we had had in school ....
M N X
First lfnlr, Lvff In Right Georgiuliu iflisenlinuer. Shirley Allen. Lemi, Arthur. .lflxlllllll Fx-lix. Betty Feiglvs. Luis Hrigzggs,
Virsrinizm Ilurtlow. Yvonne Fcnstl-l'm:u'l1el'. Arlvlw Harris, Sumlrai l'l:ikcr. Swwunl Ifmr Faith .Xll4l0l'SUII, Ilslrpvr Ahhott.
Rnlpli Feigrles, liouruv llzirm-s, Itmmlrl Fvizlvs, liohcrt l'lllIlL'l'. Kolinctli Fwy, Faye lllsilu-sim-. Tllirrl ffflll' --Sir. Fnlilcntx.
f'llill'lt'S Ilnvis, Dunslhl lllnir, William l4'ri1'k, ltuhcrt Frzllcy, l'l4lN'2ll'll lluuth. .lliwnf--.izlvk l414lw:11'ils, 1iUSK'lllill'j' lillis.
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ltil1,1:. Delores Ruse. Bl5llll'll St1ll'kllUllNP. Dawn Smith. Swrmnl Ifnu' lluris llill. llunim Lowe. Shirh-y NIL-tzgzcr, l':itrit'i:i
l1illll'lllk'. Betty 'l'0n1pl0. l.L-mm NIvC:1rty, Gran-e NI:n'simll, Caitlwliiilc 2-thunk, Nlsiry l'urpuri. .icuii Sllllllllilll, lllK'l'Jil7 MrKv0.
Third lfuir John 0'lll'i0n, Ifrecl Lewis. Owen Hzlnlxicr. l'l:lii's- l'c-rsun. Cm-1'il l,2llll't'lIslHI. lizirlh Iluivly, I+llhn-rt lvllllilllli,
Eldon Hilncr. Robert Vresienhurg. I"m1rIli lfuu' -.Inu-k Idmlwainls, lhumhl llalrtmzm. .Xruulcl In-ml, Juinvs Svlnm-li, Clmrlus
Koch, WVZIYIIC Malgzlrgle. 'I'1'm'Iia'r Mr. lllDllSl'kllt31'llt.
Firxi Iran-. Lvff fu Hiylff-lilalna Green. Ruth Lnvas. Maryland Luft, .Ioan Ileihnan. Merialn Beiber. Faye Freeh, Sandra
l-'ahrin::er. XUTIIIZI Jean Kilgrnw, lleha Kahler. Esther lJOWalcl. Sw-will lfuu' Mies Stine. Cynthia Guisewhite. Shirley Confer.
Phyllis App. Linzla Heiyly. Clara Kilgns. Mary Arthur, Elsie Johnson. Tflffll Hair Rli'llill'Il Gnttxvhall, George Bartluw,
Harold Gray. Richarrl Brittain, Ralph Balliei. William fl0l'SOIl. Ivan llilfllllilll, lflngrcne Fisher. Fourth, Iiuu:4li0hcrt Fry,
l'anl l'lllllSlUll. Dennis Little, Harnlll Allen, Thonias l7eWahl. liivharml KUIIIIAISV.
Class of 11954-
Firsf Razr, Lffff fn Right-Lois Mcfowan. Mary .lane Myers, Violet Magargle, Margaret Spalding. Shirley Milheim. .Ioyve
Stephens. Delurise Warren. Shirley Sem-ules. I-'rm-ala Wallis. Janet Mnnre. Sl'l'UIlfI Run' -Jnann Solomon, Doris lNIinveinoyer.
Patsy Rohhins. Patsy Reeser. Jeanne Orion. Maxine Martin. .lnann Shipman. Edna Mae Sm-henvk. Ruth VV0lfe. Nancy
Waltinan. Beverly Miller. Luuiw l'nrzelt. Louise Werner. Thiral Hun' Max VVhipple. l'e-ter Nic-lmlsmi. Donald Marshall.
William Story. liarl l'nnst. Robert 'l'ulv. Harvey Moyer. Hugger Wagner. 1"ourt7: Hou' Robert Stroup, William Wallis,
liuhvrt lVL'l'lIllIlII. Ray Maurer. Gurflnn Stronp, Philip Siury, Phillip Shnltis, .Inc xVUl'llllll,2't0ll. .Ihsvnf -Franklin Teinplc,
Ernest liifhvl. T4'fIl'llWIA-"xll'. Robert Ilngrhes.
Ffrsf Row, Left In Right- Deonne Hartman, Susanna Flick, Nl2ll'5.!Hl'Gl l3:xr,2er, Shirley Brittnin. Rulxertu Artie-y, Shirley
Cipriani. Geraldine Breneisen, Jean Gardner, .Ionn Friek, Pntriein, Kilgrus. Svzwnul Run--Beverly Dirk, Ilene Crist, l.nwern
Kuck, Kenneth Hill. VVilliam llEllll'6IlSOH, Pierre Fritz, Robert Guttselmll, Yvonne Allen, Beverly Fry. Thirrl 131:111--
Floyd Fry, Homer Hilner, Lynn Hess, Sammy Feigles, Frank Heller, Barry lleillmrtz, Mus: Feigles. Fourflz lilIPll'7BllSS
Eustis, Roger Kurtz, Donald Baylor, Joseph Andrews, Harold Hitler, Robert Holtzzlpple.
Class of 31955
Firsf Rom, Leff fu Rfgfhf-Doris Sellers. Sallie Rivllurt. Nflllfy Ritter, Erlnn Rk'l'Il0lllS, VVilln:i Svlmtielcl. Putty Munn. NEIIIUS'
linhh. Jufly Vermilyai. Bnrlmru Pirlgerm. Sf-vmul Ifml'--l"ziye Stziuffer. .lainic-e Strnup. llairiil Yiul. liclilie ML-l':11'ty. Ssinnn-I
Sassu, Shernmn Moyer. Nlnx Stneklinuse. Imlzl Mm' Solomon, Dllllllili Lewis. Tllirfl Ifuu' Wayne Spring. XV:iyne Smilli.
Lynn Poust, Ellflie Illivlnlel, Bill Somerville, l':ll1l Seibell, Bill Neirlerheryrer. Kenneth Moyer, If'nnrfl1 l.'uu'-- Nlr. Schuyler.
Rnhert Wertmnn. Bill Little, Bula Sterner, Kent Smith, Paul Rider. Duviil Winter.
I"ir,vf Ibm-, Lfyr fu Hiyflff Bevvrly Iiall. .l:ls-qiwlilm Hivks. Nancy NlvKm-0. .lunly Kmmkle.
Fnmiie f'llIllIllillES. Barbara Kilgus.
.lanivv Vraiu. .Xnnahollv linvoka-. lillvn Kalilvr. I,nl'1'c-it:i Hl7llS0kIlt'l'lli. Sw-mul lfmr Juno llvssler. Gary Fry. Fliarlc-s l.uwv.
C'l:il'n-ilu' Vuxiviliisiln. limlm-v I-'H-Ovll. limi:
llrl Hunk. Carl Ilivlwr. Ira liii-lwr. linyll 1,v01'h. IAIITX i,2lWt0Il. IA-'A' Gumli'lnm'.
Tlfjrfl I.'uu' lingri-i'1'ul'sml. Iiharlmw l'iraulu, .IJHIIUS l"t'IlSft'l'Illilx'll0l', Xvillilllll NlL'l'arty, Hubert Billllllilf. llarvuy BrL'IIL'iSl'll,
l':11lIiwi::Ie-Q, l"11ln'flil.'ul1' Mr. i"aralw0. Patrick Nl
l'aul DUIl!lll'l'tX'. Ilaymuml Hvzlm.
m'Cluskvy, Hubert Kv1nl'vr. .lamcs
Glass of 1195
l'11lNill'II4. Dalv Iirmike. .IHIIII l'1bllL". al' : "
I-'irsf I.'uu', Imfl in Ifigllil Nlary Luo YVania
Yuviniii. lbuiwniliy' SIIFIIIUV. I-'rmla Nlillvr. Nor
Stlhllll. Gary Swliwonk. .laimw YL-rim-ulvn.
il. Varnl fNl0r'kls'y. Jillll' liivhmunrl. livllla Swartz. Margaret Rnhh. Naomi
ma .lean Murray. Nauvy 'lk-mplc. Sw-mul Ifuu- -Earl Shm-maker. Rosaliv
Xlariin VVilliame. lfmh-i' Nletzuvr. Franklin l'uust. Ruhr-rt Rohm, lflilwin
hi-ir. l',1Iw:u'4l Nll'fllXYJlll. liarlsara SIIPIIDIIHI. broilVV1n"tlui11gtm1 Tliirrl Ifnu' Rnnahl 'l'aylnr. Daniel Nlvfumrt. Nyh- Yagrvl,
Nlyrun Shuath-r. .lay Si-lim-h. William 'l'homas
Xfilflill Wcriliiall. 'l'liumae l'icl:rv1m. Gerald Sl
, William Ring. Kay Swartz. William Swartz. Ifnurfli Hou' Richard Ymler,
niih. Joseph XV'lifIll0X0l', Bliw Walrlmi. KPllIll'tll Snyder, Tlmmas XViIltUl'S.
' lim ' WE' Emi' '-
First Rorr, Lrfff In Right--Sliirley Feigrle-s. Patty Heller. .lzrw lloltzapplo. Donna l,0e Fizels. Kathryn Brooke, Mmjiery
Dewalml, l40VV1lllllZl Dapp, Shirley Brown. Sliirlcy Guttsvliall, Rita, l'm'vrt. Svrmul lfulzf- 'l"lll5It'Il0 Bui'klmlclm', Luis Grliliebergr,
Avu .lu Hilner, Milflrerl C'!'axx'fm'rl. livity Jam' lillis. Yom-Ita. iiarilm-r. .Iusyln Fritz, Shirley llangrliart. Jam- Ball, Martlia
l'ipri:uii. Thirfl Hnlr- Harulal Fry. flunlnli Hill. .lcssv Low'-. William I,-n'riimfr. Larry l.Hlll'llll'. Itaymnml lamgr. Nlyrun
Le Van. Lyle Bitlvr. liugvr Frantz. Waync lJl7llL!lI0l'ly. lfmrrlll. lfilll' .l2lIll0S Fry. .lanws llzlll. -lillllCi l'1'awI'u1'cl, Duane
lk-slit. James Huffman. .lamvs Chase, ltunalil lluuscklicclit, Kmualtl lfralitz, Mrs. Arthur.
Class mf 1957
First Row, Lwff fo Riflllff-Xvilllilil Strnup. Plilx-ull l,9l'Sllll, Cozlnii- Xarlxcr. Pearl Nlivliaol. lhwcrly l'al'suns. Flm'em'e Story.
Mslrjurie Moyer. llarhara Lucas. .Iuaimc limiscklu-clit. Sylvia. Wlxitmnyer. Swv-mul Hun' Ann Si-nsonian. Gail Xvufor.
Ilmmu Slwpparll. Virginia Sprimrlnan. William liittt-1'. li4r'wrt Staiitfvr. Betty .lane liutlufusw. Nlilrlrwl XVliitu. .lam-l
l,:un'ei1slm. Sylvia Smith. Tllirrl Hun' Miss Witlwrs. Kivliaril Warn: .lnhn Willismirum. liuilxvr Iaipnlil. .lamcs Nlc'1'al'ty.
Kmllwy Opp. llunalil Puust. li:lyulUmI Smith. lhmalil l,. l,UllSl'. l"wrl1'fl1 Ifuu' llunalal Xivklcs. l'll:11'ln-5 XVK'l'tIllilll, .llbllll
5l'llJlQll'0l'. l"l'Ellll'i Muurc. .Xlf'n-rl Smyth-r. John Saxman. l,arur Blix-hai-I. Ili-lla-rt Som-s, SillllllL'l Svllt-rs.
lirsf l.'111l'. Lfjf fu Ikiyflff-V-liit:1 l'i1l::x-1111. flL'l'3lIllllli' 'l'ill1111'y. Allll Nluriv Si-liimluv. Mary Allll l'11lg:ew111'tl1. Allll?lll0ll0 Miller.
liuilu .xllll l,41wv. Nlairy th-iq. llnris lllziir. l'l1yllis fvl'6llYl'lll4ll. Sffmml lfllll' 'Maury Allll AllL'll. Kt'lIllL'lll l3:11'tl0w. Gorcluli
Kllzlso. Vlvlllblllfli Sllllllllilll. l"1':111k l,uovI1. llzile Svlwiik. Dllllillll fill1ttSt'IlJlll. .l:11110s fX1'tlvy. l':1r11l llilcl0l11'11111l. Tllirrl I-foil' -
Xlrs. Slim-. li:1l11l1 Hill-s111:111. ll1111:rl:1s SlllIk'llHlkL'l', .l:111u-s G11tiS'I1:1ll, Ray UJIIIICKN. tis-u1'Lrv Artloy. ,'llPNl'llf--KCIIIIUHI l'lilwz11'cls,
Class of i958
Iwrxf I.'u1r'. Inj! fn l.'1'g1l1f Slnirln-5' lfry. lfllllllil
lx ly llvw. N.fw11111l lfmr fl-lizx lf'v11sh'1'111:11'kc'1'.
Bllll'l'. lie-11l R!l2't'l'. .Xlirv l.illl1-. t':11'oli111' 'l'1111p1'1'.
lli-rr, .Ivnu Rielivl. tiziry .llll'll. ,llwffff Luis li:
:1lluy.'l'I1ol111:1 llnwk. Num-y Blusscr. N:111cy IJcW:1lll. Janet l'1llW?ll'IlS.
Gail ll1'yt'41:rlc, liumllml Frey. l,y1111 llo11svk1104'l1l. Billy S0111111e1's, l.:111e
7'l11'1'rlI1'm1' li1111:1l1l We-1'T111:111. .lzu-k l':1t1'izi11. .li111111io Scl111ei1le1'. Bobbie
111::l1:11'l. lie1'l1111'1l Sluml. Billy Hn-11'ly. 7'f1rr1'I1w' M11 Drruty.
W -- i
First Ix'ou', Lvff fu lfiyhi -l':it1'iein Walton, Harriet Feigles, lletty Miller. Janis Soniurville. l1illtlJl Griggs, Sainmlrzl Svlmoley.
lllilllliil Fry, Maury VV0lt'e, Doris Crnif. Srfrmlrl Rowe-Paul Zellers, Gloria! Sllllill, Terry Schwenk, Dmnni Antlersun,
larry Smith, Katy llnlliet. .lznnes Fetter, Geurginnim Wvilltlllllll, Duviml Ynutz. l'1,-:url Slierimlan, James Mzinst, Num-y Zzirr,
orniun l-lnwk. Third lfnw ---- Stephen Whetstone, George VVhite. Snmnel Gregg. .luck Engle, Roger Breitlingzer, Mnrslmll
llupp. l':1nl Shentler, I.:i Hue llilllgllilff, Kenneth llemlner, Bliss Griflith. .-llisvnt---I.e0im Hull.
Class of 1959
Iirsf lfulr, Left fo Hiyllf .lean Ann VVu04lley. B2ll'lHll'2l Lowe. Cnrnlyn Fry. Durotliy Yerniuelen. Rosenizlry Henry. Ruse
Xnn Dnnley. .ltltlll Martin. Kathleen Whalen. lisirlmnru Book. Nwmul Hun- .luainne Dunst. Suntlra Alexander. Jean Robbins.
In-qncln Wiser, Connie linir. Joyce Sc-hneitler. Delores Sxnith. .lnmly Hmnisekneclut. Thin! Roll'---llzivirl Wenzil, ltuhert
Nlnsser. Kenneth Lee. John Dvwulnl. Dnvitl Fry. Leon App. llnhert Strunp. Joseph Rose. Snninel xVJllkf3l'. I"mn'fl: Iffnr -
Xllen Smith. liiclmril Rhone, Mic-lizwl Emlrimlgre. llonulml l'uclerlmngrIn. Kentlrn Anrlersmi, Dennis Gnrclenier, Miss Keener.
lmvni t':irolyn Applegate.
I-'iff-l Iran-, Lwft in Hfgfllf .ln-an llall. lsahel Malloy. Joyce lflves, Joy Fives, Phyllis Hawk, Sally Cl1lllllllll,2'S, Margaret Saxlnan,
Sanllra Frirk. Iris ,Xnn Cunfer, Hffmnrl Hun' Elaine Smith, Naney Snyder. .lully l'l'iHVf0l'll, Connie Huusekneeht. Luis Ann Ahhott,
Sylvia Srlnn-ll. Ann Bill'2'l'l'. .inn l'alrizin. Ann Gantseh, Terry llirner. fltllllllt' Lee. Thirrl Hou' Nancy Bieher. Tlimnas
ldflwaillx. Carl Ka-il. liim-liaicl Hill. William Peternian. Kleurgre Iillswurth Harris. William Danley. Richard VVilliainson. June
.XngNt.nll, fum,-fl, lfnu- llemwun-fiarrlner. Slierman Lupulrl, William Struup, Rohm-ri Peeting, Phillip Danley, Harry Frey,
liivharll .Xkei'N. liuln'l't Blyera.
Class of ll960
Flrxt l.'fw'. Inj! fn I.'iy1l1l Patsy lmyns-. Donna lllniur. Kay HLlll5Pkllt'i'llf. Ann Smith. Linda Maurer, Josephine Cipriani,
Kay Sensi-man. Nlary Anne llartnian. Ruth Ann lmerli. Svrvmrl lfuu' -Gail Scllively. Sandra VValt0n. Marsha Bontuinzlse,
farnl Smith. gill Ira ihaner fil4ll'l'l Covert Q11 la FV' " i'l- V ' 'f ' - '- ' - '
, ll , . 4 . .. lllf uglu., Jniu, .ll'lt'fflI, lmalyn halmlnei, Lila Lee Hllnei. balls'
llanzliaf. Thin! lhfu' llnnalll lluhh. Lee AllllCl'SUIl. Charles Phillips. Stephen Amlerson. 'l'hLnnas Sn-att. Thonias Heivly. Eflcli-e
lfnarlelnan. Hari' lil-nnell lin 'llrl l'u ' 1 ' A ' ' ' ' - '-' - " -' ' '- f ' " ' ' ' '
I . n. mxnan. Iwlnfll llnu lliflm Ilouukneiht, harp lurlnarcls. .Iohn Felix, keith bll0t?llHlkEl,
lluhln' l-'la5'hart. Charlef Sm-ntl. Slvhlu-n Reed. Mivllael I.ennar1I. T:'rr1'll1'r Mrs, Fry. .lhszfnl VVJIXIIC liishel, Franklin
I'ir.ef lfnzr, Lwfl fu I-fiylff iilurizi Smith. lsalu-llc Gregg. I.inll:L Lee Artluy. Slnalrmi Kcyscr. Curnl Vcrlnculen. Connie liosv
Sum-s. Num-y Cursuii. Glurizi .lane-kwin. Swrmul Hou' Nlilflilll Pzitrizin. vllllllll' llill. Ann Lungr. lhmlm liittvr. llulrrrcs Malloy.
Dtbllllil H4'llIllllQIN. lillcu Slroup. .Xustinu 'l'ilhury. 'l'hirrl Hou' -Flyilv lliilmllv. llilyflill llaiilcy. Jznncs lNlllSS0l'. Y0l'l2llllI Spring-
nmn, llmmlml llill. Wnymw lfryc. Stn-plus-ll l4'r:mtz, William 'l'uppc-r. I"nuril1 lffru' Joseph l'ipri:111i. .lmnes hl5lHl0l'S. .luhn
Xlyi-rs, iimwlmm Wuslihurn, lliclmrll Fry, liilgviiu if-roon. .lunics limlggcrs. Nlnlvolln Muir. Nlrs. Stahl.
Class of 1961
Ifirsf Ifulr, lmfl fn Iiiylllf l,y4lial Siu-rimlam. iieurgiai Len- Artluy. Kay Kopner. Nam-y Bliclmel. Betty .lean Shezltler, Can'-
mzlletn, l'IJlllSQ', lhirhsirsl .lzu'uhs. llminie iizlrmlllcr. licwllzuliilv Spunry. Sawmill lfmr .luzin Ililftlllllll. Slmmii Scott. fnrul Fct-
ur. Diane Dugziu. .lozinnzl Fi-izlvs. Shirlcy HJll'l'lS. N5lllC'y NV:inzcl. lin-ily Sulunimll. Pugrgry Ann Smith. Nancy lilnmic. Thirrl
full' Rim-lmril .lulmsmh Ralph lim-k. Klux llii-ln-r. VVzilfcr Le Yun. Huy llutlnfuss. limmic liivlmrt. Wuym- Sum-r. GL'0l'LIL'
,upnlsl, Ifmlrfll l.'wn' 'l'lwu4lure lduglv. Furl llaiwk. Sh-plu-in Opp, Duvicl Nil-esi-i'ulu, lll'i1m-Iiislumlil. ,fllfsrnl Byron llzlssvtl.
lirinn Kennerly. Tfwv-h1'r Miss Shook.
Firxt Ifurr, Lvff fu Higflif- Mary White. Helen l'lnlvrhangll, Susan
Fry, Yirprinia .lulniQun. Keiih linger. liarhara Scott, Dunahl llah
.Uh-ne Yagrel. Henrietta llolzwur'rll. l'?lll'll'l2l llapp. Svrmlal H
ani. Tlflrrl lmu- Mrs. Uomlnimiv. Donald Henry. Saniuul Mvfan
l'lllWJlI'll llill. l'l4lwar1l lVl'l'tlll2lIl. llalrnlcl lmwc. I"uurfh ffllll' --Gu
Xnss. .lainvs Hnnt. fir-Miro Stantun. Olivcr Slums.
Dihline. Lum-ella Smith. Karen Dirner. Carolyn Whetstunc.
ll' Nlillicent Barger. George Hawk. Aloha Birlrlle. David
Yamini Laiflam-ker. Frank l"lL'llStE'l'lll2lCllC'I'. .Joanne Cipri-
'tv Tmnniy svillflllllll. Gary Hager, Ronald Stacklmnse,
urge l'lUllSt'lill9L'lll, John Mvlinsiigr, Garreth Kirkner, Roland
Class of 1962,
First 13011-. Lvff to Higflif llarlmra Punst. Nam-3' llnhhins. lliam- l"m-mriisirii. RlllJl'l'lIl Frey. linth Shook, Connie l'arrlue,
Snzalnainiah l'Ilevm1r. Xanvy Schell. .Inaniia lluhack, Swan! lfnu' Susan ldllrillgv. Varnl-' Hnflinan. Shclhy Frvch. Rav
Ann firigzs. .lnilith l'uiit'ci'. Flu-1'yI Shvrimlan. Nancy Lung. Barlzara, Martin. Kathleen llarger, Kita We-rtinan. Wilma Ruse.
llarlcnu .laL'ubs. Tlfirrl I.'u1r Rohn-rt llUllSOlill0i'lIl'. lii1'hai'4l VW-si. liunahl Green. Dale Fisher, Dennis VVarg. Garrcy Alexan-
aler. liuhhy Sm-llers. Fra-:I Kuuns. l"1:urfli lion' .liIlllt"S Slicatlur. lii4'Il:il'fl .Xl'llllIl'. Kim-liaril fl0fllPl'. llaruhl Miller, Iiynn
Phillips, John Williams. Tl'll1'fl4'I" -Mrs. Heini.
Class of 19 3
Firxf Ifulr, Imff to Hfllhff-B0lllllC
Kahlcr, Di-an Amlvrson, Charlotte
Miller, Carl Jalvohs. I'0nny Schnei-
der, Donald Ilill, Limla Shoe-inakcr,
Gary Craiz. Patricia KvrSlvttei'.
Sffrmul Hou- Ralph Fogrlcinan,
VVilliam Sn-nsuman, U-ary llarto.
liohert lllsv. William Brooke. Roh-
crt Shipman, .Ian Shmllv. Timothy
lfeiisti-l'iii:lclwr, llirllard Fisher,
llaviil Aloxamlvr. Mrs. Nlr'l'arly.
Fira! lfozr, Lvff In Rigfllf VVilliam
Rivliarils. Juclith Vllinflcr. James
Blair. Connie Fry. Rohn-rt Miller.
liimla Honsekncclil. Stvvvn VVal1l-
ron. Sandra Karr. Charles liim-hart.
Swrmnl Hun'--Rlissel l'irlcov, Stan-
lcy Iiicharl. Judith Karsulmer.
Christine llriitain, Joyce Lawton,
.lane Johnson. Glenda Crist. Phyllis
Anderson. John Schwenk, Donald
Scott. Tllirfl Hon' Miss Koons,
Stanley Nix-Party. William l'fi-iifer,
.Iohn Kohler. From! Hcilman. James
Herr. .-llzsvuf Janet Siavklloilsv.
lfirsf Ifllllf, Lvff fu lfiyfllf- Mary
Rothfuss. Susan VVoocl. Judy Kit'
ter. Sharon Mosse-role. Graco Hols-
worth. Polly lllrivh, Nanuy Moyer.
Susan Fraliues Lyons. Vonnie West.
Sw-mul Hou'--R o lm 0 r t Plslwarmls,
Billy Geist, Gary Speary. Billy
Malloy. Nelda Simon, lionnic Co-
vert. l.in1la Wiser, Donald Brcnev
een. llonalxl Poust, Donalml Walton.
.lohn Zlllllllllflllilll. Third Roll'-
Mrs. Dice, Stephen Mnsser. Bill
Scott, Emlwarcl Smith, Max Mincer
moyer, John Leech.
X I! f J
X A + W ,
I 01- o In
mfs ,Y A
x f X 3
5 5' K
-mimi frnni luhlr' fr-lm-lnris1'l --Beverly Hill. .llllll' lfrey. linlu-rtn. llll'flUlIl'l. Ellen Akers. llulores Frey. Alive Ann Swartz,
Xlulm Colley. Duran Sl'lll'lll'li. First Hou' Ruth Vllllilllllli Slleryl SHlllL'l'Ylll0. Willwlminu lll'k'IlL'lSL'll. Nlsuclelyn Flzwk. l.:1rry Fun-
lrr. liiullnrml SmItll. .l6lllll'l' Ril'fv1'. llelun Vuust. Arla IllSll2lfl'l'. Sum Miller. .loam Koons. Putty Ann Kelley. Sherry Lou Kelley.
1-mul Il'0ll', Sfunaliuyf- Mr. Cnlxleulz :lml Miss Ha-yrl. :ulvisr-re: 'lllllllllJlH llllllilllll. .lzuncs llfllllllll. Lee lil'l1lu'lmel'2'. liurisl
znllis. Wesley Sllnuk. l':lul lllllit'NYllll0. 'l'lmnms Myers, Km-lmetll Sm11lm'rs. l':lul lVL'l'llllSlll, flerzxlcl Yoder.
Imff fn High! Nlzulelyll lflm-k. l':lul Guisewluite
l,1'e1i1'1111elmel'u. .lmmn Koons.
This year the staff has worked hard to
make this yearbook an especially good one.
The staff learned to co-operate and com-
promise on some points, and the result is a
CANUSARAGO we can Well be proud of.
lflirsf ll'ulI', l,r'ff fn I-'iflllf f
lst lnmu tl
Slleryl Slum-rvillv. Beverly
lla-len l'u:.'. .z Ri er.
liivllzllwl Smith. l.:xrry Cun-
fur, Sw-fmrl Hun' - Alim-
.Xnn Swartz. Nlzulelyn l-'lzu'k.
First Rau-. Lvft tn Riyzlit--Patty Ann Kelley, Sherry Lou Kelley. Ellen Akers. .Iurly Fry. Sheryl Somerville, Lee Gruneberg,
Helen Spalflinz. Plclitnr-iii-Cliiefg Thomas Myers. Mmlelyn Flaek. Arla. lllshafer. Ann Vermilya. Alive Ann Swartz. Loretta
Gartner. larrraine Gnrtner. Sw-fmrl Iffm'--lleverly Hill. Alena. Colley. .lnanne Sc-lnwh. Shirley Artley, .loan Koons. Roberta
Nleeuurt. Dura l-lzlith Si-henek. Delores Frey. llelen llartp. Ilene App. Varnlyn llryfogrle. .Ianire liitter. Shirley Nlenclelsohn,
Helen Puust. Sara Miller. Third Ifffu' Nlr. Schuyler. Adviser: liiellarrl Yagel. Neil Nuss. .luhn Billhime. l'aul Gnisewhite.
VW-sley Slmnk. ltieharml Smith. Larry l'nnt'er, 'l'humas Umlauf, James Arms. Kenneth SUIIIIIIUFS, Karl Neitlerhergzer, Paul
XVertman. Dnvirl VVallis, Gerald Ymler.
Under the leadership of Helen Spalding, the Smojr did Hne with its staff of
tenth, eleventh and twelfth graders. They all learned 21 great deal and gained valuable
experience in the Held of journalism by publishing Hve interesting editions this year.
.vuffffl ur 1-7-mfr Tnhlr. 1,1-ff fu lfiyflif Patty l,auehle. Shirley Allen. llnnna Lowe. Joanne Shipman. Leona Nlc-Party.
Nleriam Bieher. Katherine Slmpk. Faye Freeh. Svr'unfI7'1rl1I1' Mary l'urpnri. Jenn Shipman. Gemgziaiisi liisenhaner. Samlra
lflaker. Doris Hill. Grace Marshall. Runalil Feigles. assistant eclitur: .lean Lowe, Nlerah Meliee. Delores Ruse. Illanehe Stack-
huuse. Nlnrsraret Spalrlingr. Virginia llartluw. Tliirri lfflll' Garth lleivly. Mary .lane Myers, Luis Mefowan. Ruth VVult'e.
Nl2ll'X'lilllll Luft. ltnth linens. Betsy Yuntl. Iletty l'anlin:. l'l1yllis App. .lnanne lleilman. lirlna Mae Sehenek. Dnnalrl Nlarshall.
Dawn Smith. lieha Kahler. Louise l'urzelt. Fmrrfll Ifwu' Mr. Svlniyler, adviser: William XVnlIis. Manx Whipple. liuhert
Struup. Kenneth Fry. William l'orsnn. Robert Plhner. Roy Milner. Harper Ahhott. llonalrl Blair. lflclwarrl Bnuth. Ralph
Feigzles. .luhn 0'llrien. Rohert Yreilenhur::. fienrge llarnes, James Sl'lllUl'll. .lark lirlwarlls. ltnhert VVertn1an. Phillip Shnltis.
First Rom, Left tn Iflffflffdxllll Vermilyn, Nzuln-lvn Flack, Dorn S4'l1um'k. Ilene App.
N1'1'Ulff,li'HlI' l'l0lt'll Vousl. Sheryl 5llIIlUI'Ylllk'. llK'll'Il hpzlhllmf.
Quill and Scroll Club '
The Quill and Scroll Club is it local branch of
11 national society. Our school is proud of its
members who have obtained their membership
on their scholastic rating and their journalistic
and literary creativeness.
This club provides the school news for the
Muncy Llzmiuary every week. The members
of the Journalism Club gain knowledge in writing
good news items that will be of interest to the
First Rolf, Left fu Ifiyrlff NlJll'LC'2llAl'f Spzulllmg. fNI:1ry1'urpur1. lla-ur' App. lli-len hpznlflmu. 4-alllurz .Xhec .hm Swartz, .xllll X 0l'Illllj 1
Slleryl Somerville. Mlu lllslmfer. Shirley Nlemlelsnlm, lalli-11 Aki-rs. S:'1-onnllmll' Doris Ilill. Sumlrsi lrlnki-r. Luis Nll'f'0XYJlll. R1
I,um':us. .l0Jlllllt' Sc-lioell. .lean Shipmziu. Dorn Svlwm-k, .lnnice Ritter, lleleli Puusl. 7'l1irrlI.'-lu' llulen liairtn. I,4-opal Mi-f'zlrty. NlIllX
Kathryn Bl'C'llllIl,Lf0l'. Shirley Allen. fiC'0l'l.C'l2Illil l'llSUllll5llll'I', lirnri- Blnrslmll. Putty I,:iui-lnlv. Maury Jam- Nlyi-rs. Vzlrnlyn l!ryt'm:u
I"uurfl4 Rmr- Ili-lures liorw. l.Ul'l'illll0 Gnrtne1'. l,m'ett:1 I-miller. Nlil1l0lXll l"l:u'k. .loam Koons. .lime Fri-y. Alvlm Colley. Wilhelmini
llwlleisx-11, lqllllll Mane Sl'll0lll'k. Fiffll Hou' i':illni-ripe Shook, llnwn Smith. lll:lm'hu Slill'klllll1S0. Us-Hy llilllllllf. .li-:111 Lowe. llomii
Lowe. Marie llimm. Betsy Yuutz. llnln-1'l:i Mcilnirl. Niffli I.'n1r Shirley l'm1I'i-l'. Nlsury Arlhur. Phyllis App. Ri-hu Kzihlvr. Nllfllll
.loam Kilgils. Elsie .lUllIlSUll. Nlvrisuu Bi-iln'1'. .limp Il0llllHlll. l,lllll.l lleixly. SV'l"'llfll lffrlr Nlr. Vulmluiilx. zirlriwlt llllllilltl lllilll
Robert llllmer, Kl'llIl0tll Fly. .luck l'I1lwur1ls. lilly Blzuivr, Manx XVhlpph-. l'lllXYill'4l Bnutlu.
l'irsf Iflllf. lwff fo Right -Judy Fry. llvlen Spnlalintr, l.:u'r5' Vonfer. Marlin YVUIF
First Rm:-. Lvft fu Ifiylzt Maury .June Myers. Kenneth Frey. Georgrizuni Fliscnlmuer, .Inrlv Frv, I,:n'1'v Von
fer, Helen Spalrlingr. Gernlml Yoder, Moriznn liieber. Srmml ,i"lll'f'Nll'. Hughes. Gt-rsnlml Smith, Sillll-SZISN
Manx Feigzles, Itlsi Male Snlolnnn, Beverly Fry, June Holtznpple, Donulll Mzxrslmll, Ivun Hzlrtnmn.
The Student Council members are the representatives of che student
body. The Student Council sponsors some dances and extra curricular nc-
tivities around school such as clean-up drives. Each home room chooses a boy
and L1 girl representative.
,v. Betts' Paulina.
Yr-mul Run' Nlnx Stnvklimlse. Yvonne lsifllhlilIll1ll'll0l', Yvonne Allen. Ruth l,lll'JlS. NIIIICYAXvilltlllilll,
ll:n'bul':1 Piclgeon. John Williamson. Thirrl Him' l"iSll'l Ponst. XVilli:nn Cursors. Donnlml ll0S0lllJJllllll.
Hi . ... 53,532 2
R V W
First Noir, Imff fn lfigfhf- l,11r1':1i111- fillI'llli'l'. lAll'l'L'llil flUl'tIll'l'. .l1lJll! K111111s. S:1111l1':1 l'i2lk0l', 1':1tly l,:1111'l1le. Doris Hill. l.11111se 1
li11w11. .l11:111111- SL'lllK'll. l'l'l'Fl'lt'lllI Sl1i1'l1-y .Xlll'll. Vive l'1'1-si1le11t: 1l1':11'1- Nl:11'sl111ll. Nlnry K:1tl1ry11 B1'ei1li11g:e1'. .lo:11111e Felix 1 1111
lyll llryt'11grle. Hl'lK'll llilflll. Nl:11l11ly11 F1111-k. Sllll'll'Y Artley. Sl1v1'1'1' 1,1111 Kelley. l':1lty :hllll Kelley. S1'l'11n1l Ifvru' Mr. l'lll2,'lltN
vi:-ser: .I11:111111- Sllllllllilll. .l11111- Frey. .Xlive .xllll Swartz. Allil lllsI1z1fer. Iie11rg:i:111:1 l4lise11I1:1111-1'. .llllll Fry. .l:111i1-e Ritter, H1 kll
l'1111sl. Nl?ll'Q.Z'Jll'0t Willi:1111s. .XXIII YL'l'lllllyil. Mary l.1111 Ullt'll. lJ11l11r1-s l"1'ey. Willu-l111i11z1 lll'l'lll'l50ll. lJ111'11 Sl'llK'lll'l'i. M1-1'11l1 'NI1
llexerly Hill. 7'I1ir4l Nou- Beverly Mille-1'.K11fl1Wolfe. Louise l'111'z1-ll. Nl1'1'iz1111 llieber. Betty Feigles. 141111121 S1'l1e111'k. lull 111
Sllillfllllg. Mary .lilll0 Myers. A11-11:1 Colley. l'l1yllis App. liIYlll'l'tH NlC'f'Ulll'l. Ilene App. Shirley l'1111fe1'. .l11:111 Heil111:111. f'l1llH'fl 111
Sz11'z1l1 Miller. Louise lN63l'll0l'. Faye l'll'00l'lI. lJ:1w11 S111itI1. lllJllli'll1' St:11'kl11111s1'. l,1-111111 NlC'fl2l1'l5', Jean Ri11g:.li11se111:11'y I-Lllis I11
5lL'lJll0llS, C'y11tl1ia1 filllSU'WllltL', Ifllsie .I11l111s1111, I,i111l:1 Heivly. lWill'yl2lllll Luft.
The Booster Club advertises the various activi-
ties around school and promotes the interest of
the students and townspeople. This year they
did a splendid job publicizing Muncy's football
games. For the Hrst time this year, the club had
a treasury. Joanne Schoch, who is president,
deserves much of the credit for the club's ac-
The M Club was again organized this year and
was brought into full-scale operation by Mr. Hess,
the director. Oflicers were chosen and the results
showed thus: David Wallis, President, Marlin
Wolfe, Vice President, Tommy Myers, Secretary,
and James Brittain, Treasurer. As a result of the
hard work in producing a minstrel show, all the
senior members of the club are to be given a
1' fu I-Figlif--D1111a11l E1lw:1r1ls. IJ1111:f1l1l Hicks. Ralph Feiglas. Willizixn Erlgzexx'-1-"rl1. F1':111kli11 'l't'lllDl9. Roy Mmier. .lames
ll tllll. 'I'1'e:1su1'er: Dnvirl Wallis. l'resi1le111: NI:1rl111 Wolfe. View l'1'1-si1le11t: 'l'l111111:1s Myers. l.:1r1'y f'1111f11r. Ro11:1l1l Feitrles.
1 lllfl B1'itt:1i11. H?ll'llltl Skt-11111-11s. Bula Tule. l'1:11'l l'lllISl. li0l'illll Y0lll'l'. 'l'0l'l'L'llL'0 St:11-kl11111s1-. lil'4ll'QIt' li11r111-s. lllllllly ll:11't111:111.
1 Yslgrel. li11l:1111l S1'l1o1lt, 'l'11111 llllllilllf. Neil Xuss. Bill Wallis.. D1111 N'Iill1'1'. .l11l111 lliIll1i1111'.
F1'r.wllHul1', Left fu Right--I,uis Blefhwziii, Ruth I.llt'ilS, Nlnrgzaret Williams. Ilene A sf. Secretary: t':irolyn lh'yf'ogle. l'resiilr-nt: VVil-
lui-'m.n:i Bl'l'lll'lS.'ll. X .re I're,+icle1it: Delores lfrey. 'l'l'K'llNlllil'l'Q Jenn Sllilllllilll. Shirley l'onI'er. .Kiln lllslmfer. Sw-:mal lfnuf .limnne
Selmeli. Shirley Arilty. Ellen Akers. Putty Luui-lule. Grave Mzirslmll. Ann Yermilvu. Alice Swartz. Beverly Hill. Dora Selleuek.
Third Hun' Doris Hill. Szlnilrn linker, Shirley .Xllr-il. fil'Ul'lIlJlll2l l'ilSI3lllIilll0l'. Mary June Myers. Nl2ll',LT6ll'6.'t Spalding. Faye Freeli.
Louise Werner. .luunne Shipmzin. l-lilmi St-ln-liek. Bliss Eustis. Ailviser. l"1nn'Hi 1.'uuL- 'l.l7l'l'2lllll' Gurtner. l.m'rett:1 Gorlner. Helen
llnrtu. Nlzulelyn lflnrk. .Ioan Koons. June Frey. Ali-nan Colley. I'riss'illullenl1et. lNl:nrih:i F01lSi'k'l'lllil4'llL'!'. l'z1ttyA11nKelley. Fiffh
Hou- - Delores Rose. Kkitlieriiie Selmok, Dawn Smith. lllsuu-lie Stueklmiise. Faith .xll4l0l'S0ll. Marie Dimm, Donna Lowe, Betty Paul-
ing. .lr-:in Lowe. xl1ll'l'l'l!li7lll'l. N1.rtl1 Iron' Mary Kutliryn llri-irlinprer. .Io Ann Felix. l,eolm Nlcfzirl '. Arlene llzirris. Luis
Grimes. Vezsry lxrrrimer. Rehn Kzililer. .loan lleilinsm. l,ii1il:i llively. Cyntliizi filllSl'H'llil'0. Swiwilfli Ifrru'--Beverly Miller. Nancy
VValt1n:111. Ruth XVolie. YUTIVIEI Jean Kilzus, Shirley Kilgrus, Joainne Solomon, Shirley Nlillieim, Phyllis App. Elsie Jolmson,
Tri-l-lifY Chapel Chairmen
The Tri-Hi-Y was reorganized this year for These chapel chairmen are responsible for each
girls in the tenth, eleventh, and twelfth grades. Tuesday's assembly program. With the assistance
The Club Sponsors H-lany Social functions and of all senior class members, they have entertained
raises money for their yearly project, which is U5 with movies, talent Shows, skits- and mam'
purchasing a mat cover for the wrestling team. Ofhef mtefesfmg Programs-
Firsf lhiir. lmft hi lfiylif Juunm- Sr-lmeli. Ami Vermilyzl. Ilelen Bslrto. Judy Fry. Helen Spalding.
mfmilfl Hou' Larry Cinifc-r. 'flmmzis limlauf, Gr-ralil Yoiler.
Ilnviil Wallis Q llll 1 Miss win 1.-1- S. llirr-chi
The play entitled "The Kissing Link" was presented
on December 6, 1951. The large crowd that attended this
farce-comedy proclaimed it a rollicking success.
Wlfhe Kissing lLmlk"
Penelope Link Cllennyl Shirley Mendelsohn Peter Wfetherill
Linda Link , Carolyn Bryfogle Mrs. Ada jones
Mrs. Alicia Link , Sheryl Somerville Godfrey Gayheart
johnny Miller . ,.,. . . David W'allis Susan Piggot .,
T. jasper .lelks . .. . Willigini Edgeworth X. Y. Zileh
Miss Winona Wetlierill ,.
lfirsf lfulr. lmfl lu filflflf lllUIIlJlN lllllillll. hlnrley Nlenilelsnlin. llnnnzus Xlyi-rs. Xhlllaun l'1il:rewm'Ili.
Svrvlllzl lfnn' lllDlN'l'lZl Nllflllll Xll
W '. . viz: Volley. liIll'I'l' f'llIlfi'l', lli-xvrly llill. Slieryl Solm-ryllls-. Carolyn
lll'yI'nula-. lim e Wallis.
First I.'nu', Lrfff fu I.'iy1lit Shirley Allen. Delores Kose.
llnris llill. Sw-nnrl Hou- lieorgrinim Risen'
llsiuer. Dawn Slllllll. Xlr,::iiil:l lllllilllllil Thiril lfou' Robert lilmiivi. ,xflllllll Reed, .IJIIIIUS Hllllllliilll.
unior Class Play
llbl' QjllVll.l,l: SNAPI' Mary Marley . ,. . Georgiana Eisenhauer
D-,, ,I ,-L V M. H 2 Madame Marie Ravoli ,. Dawn Smith
HU U, on IYD Flora Manning , Virginia Bartlow
Palmer Keen ., ,. A , james Robison
CAST Inspector Benjamin Hicks
Carlotta Cramer , Doris Hill jack Edwards
Ophelia Smith A . Delores Rose Albert jackson . , Arnold Reed
Mimi Spaulding . Shirley Allen Dr. Lionel Hamilton .. Robert Ebner
The junior Class took pleasure in presenting
evening, March 21. Laughs and thrills rewarded
ff Hiyfllf .laiek lflllwurrls. .Xruolml Reed, Georgziziim
I-1 eiilriuer. Ilsiwu Smith. Delores Ruse. Doris Hill.
a three-act mystery comedy Friday
the audience and players alike.
Left to Ifigllf --Sliirley Allen. Robert Ellllel
Doris Hill. Virginia Burtlovr,
First Rnir. Left fu Ifiglzf--'i'orrenee Stncklmuso. Dnvitl VVinter. George Bartlow. VVilliam Story, Earl Ponst, Pierre Fritz. VVilliam
Lanrensnn. lflllilii- Mcfnrty. Harvey Moyer. linggcr VVag:ner. Dunalrl Miller. 'l'eam-her Mr. Eilvin Farahee. SNWUIIII Roar- .ine Vilurth-
ingrtnn. I-laroltl llitlur. Owen Gardner, Peter Nicholson. VVayno Smith. Clara Kilgns, Harold Gray. Rnhcrt W1-rtman. Fnly Fry, Benny
Ilzirrlliur. lilmlon Ililnur. Tlzirzl Rua' linhert Fry, Jainos Nicholson. linlantl Schuilt. l'hilip Story, Richard K91lll'Cl'. i-lbsviiff
iistlier Dewalil. Paul Funstnn. Richard Hicks.
F. F. A.
The F. F. A. is made up of farm boys studying
Vocational Agriculture. Some of their varied ac-
tivities this year have been-projects for the
Hughesville Fair, excursion trips to the Blooms-
burg Fair and the Farm Show at Harrisburg, and
judging individual projects.
Our patrol boys are selected from junior High
School. Their job is to protect the primary chil-
dren going home from school and this year they
have been successful. This year's captain is
First Ifwlr, lmff fn lfiylht -Larry Lauclilv. James Ilol'l'man. Lyle llitlvr. llarohl Fry. llngrt-1' Lnpnhl. Ronald ll4lllS0lilll'l'lll. Rmllivy
Opp. ltaynmml Smith. l'arl Ilia-ln-i'. SI'I'UllIl Ima' -VVilliam Sunn-rville, ltonalll Frantz, .lalnwz llall. Jay Sclna-h. lingrer Frantz. John
Williamson. Dnnahl Vonst. John Saxman, VVilliam lNlcCarty. Ira Bit-hor. Donald Bunk. l-lrlwin Seigr, liuhert lloltzapple. Tliirrl limi'
--llarolrl Hitler. linger Cursnn, Rnnalrl 'l'aylur. James Vernwulen. lioyil Leech. Rnhert Itnhm. Fharlvs Lowe. Jesse Lowe. Raye
munil livans. John Iflhm-r. Myron Sheatler. Dnnahl Baylor. Fourth Rau' Gary Svlnvenk, Max St:lL'liI1UllNt'. Herald Smith. Iinhert
K0llll'k'l'. XVillia1n Ringr. Daniel Mn-Court, Sherman Moyer. Marlin Vl'L'rtman. Homer llilncr. Fiffli Iffrir--llslvill Winter, Earl Shoe-
maker, Kent Smith. Kvlllwfll Hill. lfrnnk Ilellvr. l'anl Seihert. Max lfeigles. Dunalfl Rosenbaum.
I-'lrsl 1n'4Ill'. Lfff! fu I.'ig1lff ll2lllIll'l' l':irriers l,m'relt:1 Hurting-l', liurraiiiie fi1ll'lllK'l'. Sf-rmni Irvin- Gail llryt'u,2'le. Third Ifnu'
win lirmvii. Phyllis App. liutli Wolfe. .luiiy Yermilyzi, Mary Lee Wmiisli. Cairulyn llryllnrle. llnriw llill. Luis Nlm'Cmv:ili. Alla lllx
fer, .lzmiye Killer. lice lQU0ll0'Il1lXY. I"uu1'tl1 lfnu' -liuliorhl Arfley. Sllcryl Sillllibl'-VlllL'. Willivlminzi Bl'l'll6lSt'll. .lean Lowe. Shir
Xrtley. lzlien Xkm-rw. Miiwy Ritter. liuluertzi Nlvfullrt, Norm-1. -1 . '. '
, . . Ia in xllllldj immune C IllllllllIl,2'S. .loam lleiliii:il1..lr-:ill flJll'llllt'l'. Jo in
KINIIIN. llelsy Yuulz. I"1'flli Hull' liillllll llslllief. liyllll Hess. Vllilliulll Somerville. Rll'lIill'll Smith. 1':1ul liuisewliite. Nlzxrlin Vlut
lllilll. Arnnlml lieu-il. liuuer l'ui's1m. lfrziiik llvller. lfrefl Lewis. Paul Ss-ilu-rt. .lay Svlmvlu. Siffli I.'uu'- Roy Slam-1'. lisirl Slim-mal
Wesley Sliunk. lil iimth I-liuiiim'1's. llulierl Slruup. Manx Vl'lii1ipl0. William llnrsull. lil4'll1ll'Il Y:l::0l. .llmfnl Nlmlelyu l"l:l1'k.
This year. with Mr. Thompson as director, the
band gave line performances at football games,
in parades. and in COHCCITS. Band oflicers elected
rhis year were: Paul Guisewhite, Presiclcntg
Janice Ritter. Vice Presidentg and Msdelyn Flack,
hli .KN 'I' 'l'll0Nl VSUN. llircrtnr
l!lPlll' lJll'C'I'lIll" l',XI'l. GITISICXVH
Flaming Foliage Queen
With all the eleventh grade girls competing,
Dorie Hill was chosen by the student body to rep-
resent Muncy High School in the Flaming Foliage
During Pennsylvania Week, a test on facts about
Pennsylvania was given to the seniors. Thomas
0 Myers and Helen Spalding, the two highest scorers,
lnners received cash awards. Thomas Myers submitted an
essay in the State Essay Contest.
Thomas Myers. Helen Spald-
ing, Mr. Williamson.
First lfwlr, Lrfff fu lx,i!l,lf'fYSllil'I9Y
ey. Shirley Nlinrlelsohu. Sw'-
nml Ifurr Imrmim- Gortner. Lor-
x Gurtm-l'. 'l'hir1l l?uu'-VVilhel-
1:.,,1- v '-- -
:nina Bl'0I!HiSL'll. HBIIL' App. Fourth
The May Princess
FH? Q63 5
l'vfI'Nf1il1l'll',l.I'ffilllflflllf lk-lures Ruse, Luis Griprgs. Mmlelyn Flnek. Shirley Artley. Maury June Meyers. Grslee Nl2ll'SiHlii. Mary
Kzithryn Bl'0lillllQIk'l'. .luzinne Selmeh. iAll'l'5lilll' Gnrtner. Lurrettzi Gartner. Doris Hill. Putty l.Gllll'ill0. Jenn Shipnnln. Betty l':inling:
Shirley Allen. Marie llinnn. l'zirulyn llryfngrle. Luis Nit'ClWY2lll. Sillliifil lrluker. lienrgrizinu Pliseilllnuer. .Iurly Fry. Ann Verniilyzi,
NlJll'Ll'2ll'0lf Willienns. Alive Ann Swnrtz. Shirley Menmlelsohn. Louise Wurnur. Beverly llill. Sw-mari lflPIl'7xVllil0lllllllfl Breneisen.
Miss Lung. .loan linens. Maury l.nn Oflen. Ruth 'l'hun1:is. Sheryl Somerville. Ilene A 1 1. liohertn Mefuurt, Alena Colley, Sherry l,nn
Kelley. Putty Ann Kelley. Merah Meliee, Donna l,nwe, .lesln Lowe, l,eunu Mel':lrty. l'e,u,ary lAIl'iIll9l'. Arlene Harris. .laniee Ritter
Helen l'nust. Shirley LTunl'er. lmnise Vurzelt. llelures lfrey. Helen llzirto. Patsy linhhins. Mary Arthur. Faye Freeh. Third Hun'
Nlillj' l'urpuri. Betsy Yuntz. Ywnnie FL'llStt'l'lllZIl'ilL'l'. Virginia Ilzirtlow. Arln lllshnfer. l'l'iSl'iliil Bennett. Mnrtlm l-'eiir-aternizieluer
lletty Feigrles. Shirley Metzger. Roseinnry Ellis. S2ll'ilil Miller. Dawn Smith. lllzini-he Stsneklnmuse. Cynthia Guisewhile, Elsie John
sun, Merialni Beiher. Phyllis App. l'liln:i Many Sehenek. Ruth VVnlfe. Nziney Wziltlnnn. .lunnn Shipinnn. .Ioan Ileilnmn, Mzirylznnli
l,nft, Shirley Milheiln, Nurninn .lean Kilgrns, Ilurai Sehenek, .loainn Sulunnmn. Shirley St-enles.
Librarians Senior Higb Glee Club
Under the direction of Miss Long, thc student
librarians have done fl fine job of keeping nn
orderly, well-run library at all times.
First Rani, Imfi fn Ififflff Ellen Akers. Snlnlru linker. Gralee Mzxrshnll. Doris Hill. Sheryl Smnnnieryille. Alena Pulley. .l0Ann l-'elix
Jenn Lnwe. .lean Sliipnnnn, lNl:iryl'urpl1ri. .Ulu lilSiHlfL'l' fpinnistb. Swmul Hun' Miss Hill fclireeturl. Faith Anderson. Louise Por
zelt, Shirley Cnnfer. Beverly llill. Shirley Allen. llnth linens. llnnnzi Lowe. l'hyllis App. .lurln l'I0lilIlJlll. .limn Knons. Third Hou'
.Inn Sehneh. Kenneth Smniners. Glen Hessler. llaivisl VYnllis. .linl Arms. Ruhert Sirnnp. Hernnin llnrtinnn. VVillinn1 l411lg-:ewurtli
TIIOIIHIS Ullllllllf. ltnhert Frslley. 'l'll1llllJlS Myers. .lan-k l'l4lwzlr4ls. linherl Werlninn. Fred Lewis. Ceeil Lzinrenson, Fourth li'uu'--
llunzihl Mnrsliaill, ltny M-iner. NVilli:nn l'ursini. fierulrl Ymler, Willizun llnysiwe. Flnire l'ersnn, l.nrry l'unt'er. Arnulcl Reerl. Roh
First Hou: Lfff fo Riylzf llarhara Lneas. .lane Holtzapple, Donna Fiegles, Lois Grnneberg. Mary Lee Wanisli. Rosalie Stronp,
Barbara Sheppard. Nancy Ritter. Janice Stronp. Wilma Seotield. Judy Vermilya, Roberta Artley, Geraldine Breneisen. Seeoizd
Hou- -Sylvia Whitnioyer. Kathryn Brooks. Deonne Hartman. Shirley Cipriane, Alfred Snyder, Lyle Hitler. .Iolin Williamson, Don-
ald Rosenbaum. William Ritter. Rohert Holtzapple. Edward Melfarty. Rodney Opp, Margaret Barger. Barbara Pidgeon, Elsie
Zarr. Margaret Dewald. Miss Hill. Third Hon' -William Ring, Edward Mellowen, Nyle Yagel, Donald l'oust. Robert Rohm, Mar-
tin l'VillHiii'Hs. Carl Bieher. Donald Book. Ira Bieber, Robert Kem rer, .lay Sehoeh. Foster Metzger, Charles Ciraulo, Paul Daugher-
ty, l-'ran ' . oore.
Junior High Glee Chih
Fifth and Sixth Grade Glee Club
First Hair, Left fo Right-Barbara Lowe. .lean Ann VVoodley, Rosemary Henry, Delores Smith, Doris Craig, Linda Griggs,
Juanita Frey. Georgiana Waltman. Gloria Smith. Kay Balliet. Pearl Sheridan. Nancy Zarr, Connie Bair, Rose Ann Danley,
Sandra Alexander, Ann Sehooley, Carol llildehrand. Annabelle Miller. Nancy DeVVald. Sw-ond Roar- --Mary Ann Allen.
Kathleen XVhalen. Syndie Eveden. Phyllis Crawford. Mary Ann lldgeworth, Doris Bair. Ruth Ann Lowe. Joanne Poust,
Barbara Rook. Judy Honseknem-ht. Gail Bryfogle. .Ianet Edwards. Aliee Little, Thelma Hawk, Lois Banghart, Celia
Fenstermaker. Mary Geise. Tlzirrl 1.'ou', l'anl Sheatler, Allen Smith, Robert Musser. Samuel Walker, Carolyn Applegate.
Harriet Fiegles. Mary Wolfe. Rita Pimlgeon. Xaney Mnsscr. Stephen Whitstone, David Fry, LaRue Banghart, Richard Rhone,
Michael liiiridge. David Wenzil. James Fetter. Fourth Hou-iSainnel Griggs. Larry Smith, Kendru Anderson. .Joseph Rose,
.lack l'atrizio. Kent Razer. Lynn Honsekneelit. Bernard Shook. l-'ranek Leech, Lane Hitler. Ralph Hitesnian. George Artley.
Gordon Chase. George Vl'hitE. Roger Breidinger. Dale Sehneek. Tom Stutzman. David Youtz. Leon App.
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DONALD HICKS l,..'XRliY CONl"l4lR 'l'IIllNl.'XS MYERS KGICIQALD Yillllili MAHLIN VVOLFE
0lilil'lNl'I'1 S'l'.Xl'KIIOUSl'l H.XliUl,IJ S'l'l'll'lll4lNS .l.XNll'lS Blil'l"1'.XIN NEIL NUSS RICHARD YAGEL
lll XX XI I IH IJZbX,XI,ll ICIJVVAIIIJS VYII,l.I.XM l'LIlliI'lVI'Uli'I'II 'l'Ii0MA!-3 I'NlI,.XI'l" IUHX BH I II
Pictured are the lettermen and the cheerleaders who are members of the senior class.
There were two boys who received letters in three different sports. They were Marlin
W'olfe in football, wrestling, and baseball, and Dave Waillis in football, basketball and
baseball. Dave W'allis and -lim Brittain were voted C0-captains of the football team.
Tom Myers and David XX'allis eo-eaptained the basketball team. Players who won letters
in two sports were jim Brittain, Don Hicks, Neil Nuss, and Donny Edwards for foot-
ball and wrestling, Bill Edgeworth for football and basketball, Torrence Stackhouse for
football and baseball, Tom Myers for basketball and baseball, and Gerry Yoder for
wrestling and baseball. Larry Confer won a letter in baseball and a managerls letter in
basketball, football, and wrestling, and Dick Yagel for basketball.
Single lettermen were Roland Schodt and Harold Stephens in basketball, Tom Um-
lauf in football, Don Miller in wrestling, and Paul Wfertman in baseball.
Judy Fry and Helen Barto received M's for cheerleading. They were in action at
football games, basketball games and wrestling matches both at home and away.
DON XI D XIII I I-Ii ROIAXIJ Sflilllfl' l'AI'l. Wl4LIi'l'Nl.XX .ll'IJY FRY HI I PN B XR F0
First Hmr, Lvff fu l.'iyl:r'-lra llieher. Neil Nuss, James Brittain. llonalcl Hicks. Tliomas llmlauf, David Vl'allis. Marlin
Wolfe. William lflllgeworth. Donald Eclwarils, Harold Stephens, 'Forrence Stackliouse, Donald Book. SFCUIH1Iiliillf-'l"lTllk?St
liisliel. Robert Wcrtman. William Wallis, Etlward Booth. Robert Vremlenbergr. Ronald Feigles. Richarrl Brittain. Robert
Holtzapplo. Ronald Hart.nan. Franklin Temple. Tlzirri Row- Mr. Schuyler. ClHlK'llZ Mr. Hess, Assistant Coacllg Pierre Fritz.
Sammy l-'t-igles, .lack lflllwarels, Philip Story, Donald Blair, Bill Little, Ralph Feigles, Harper Abbott, Robert Sterner.
The Muncy High School football team completed one of the most
sensational seasons in its history by walloping a hapless Dalmatia eleven
by a 54-13 score.
Highlights of the season were the convincing wins over our tra-
ditional rivals Montoursville and Montgomery.
After losing to a powerful Athens team, the Indians played a heavily
favored Watsontown team to a hard fought 13-6 defeat. After this
heartbreaker, the Indians won their next seven games in a row, five
against league rivals, placing them second in the West Branch.
The following members of the squad are members of this year's
graduating class: David Wallis, Marlin Wolfe, William Edgeworth, Tor-
rence Stackhouse, Thomas Umlauf, Neil Nuss, Donald Edwards, james
Brittain, and Donald Hicks.
... 0 Athens . ,,.... ... 31
6 Wntsontown 13
7 Mifflinburg 0
13 Trcvorton 6
46 Montgomery ... 6
18 Montoursville 0
14 Canton 7
19 Renovo 6
54 Dalmzltia .,.... ..., 1 3
First Hou-, Left fo Rlflflfililtllillll Hartman, William Edgeworth. David Wallis. Thomas Myers. Ronald
Feigzles. George Barnes. VVillialn Vllallis. Sl'I'UllfI Hour- Max Whipple. Student lWflllilECI'1 Ernest Rishel,
Robert Wertman, Robert Vremlenberg, Ivan Hartman, Jack Edwards. Riehard Yagel, Student Manager.
The class of '52 furnished only three members to our successful twelve man
basketball squad. Bill Edgeworth, Tom Myers and Dave Wallis will be lost to the start-
ing five for next season. Myers and Wallis, co-captains, teamed with Edgeworth, George
Barnes and Ronnie Feigles to present a well balanced attack which proved successful in
eleven out of eighteen games. Early season double victories over South Williamsport and
lewisburg were followed by a seven to one record against traditional West Branch
rivals. Next season's regulars will be found among George Barnes, Ronnie Feigles, Bill
Wallis, Ronnie Hartman, jack Edwards, Bob Wertman, Bob Vredenburg, Fuzzey Hart-
man, and Ernie Rishel, as well as promising sophomores up from Junior High. Pros-
pects for a successful season are good.
COAl'll VVARID l.. MYFRQ
Muncy 325 South Willianispert ,i.. .
Muncy 32g Danville . ,,,.. ..,...,. ..,. .
Muncy 38g Lewisburg
Muncy 415 Danville ......,.....,..,..
Muncy 313 Lewisburg ..,.... .
Muncy Q South Williamsport ,,,,. .,...,
Muncy 385 St. Mary's ...,.... , ....,. .
Muncy 54g Watsontown .. .
Muncy g Montgomery ...,.
Muncy g Montoursville .
Muncy g Hughesville
Muncy g St. Joseph's ,...
Muncy f St. Mary's .,....
Muncy 554 Watsontown ...,.
Muncy 61g Montgomery ..,..
Muncy S43 Montoursville
Muncy 5 Hughesville .,..
3 St. joseph's .,..
The Muncy Junior High Basketball team completed a very good season with .1
record of sixteen wins and four defeats. The season was featured by victories over the
tough Williamsport Junior Highs, Stevens and Roosevelt, after early season setbacks.
They missed a chance for a tie for the league championship when they were upset by
the Montoursville five. Kenny Hill led the team in scoring with 256 points. The
team was paced by Hill, Jim Edwards and Earl Shoemaker who consistently scored
in double figures. The team loses Hill, Edwards, and Bob Sterner this year.
Muncy . 19
Muncy , 55
Muncy .. 45
Muncy . 30
Muney .. 38
Muncy . ,, 44
Muncy . . S7
Muncy , ,. 35
Muncy ,. 50
Roosevelt . ,...,..
St. Mary's ..
Montgomery .. ,... ..
Stevens . .
Montoursville . .. ,.
St. ,loseplfs ,
Hughesvillc . . ..
First lfuar, Lwff fu lfiyhf Sfmln-Ill NlJill2lLTl'l'h. l.S'Illl l'uusl. Kllyllllbllll Smith. Swmnrl lfuu' Hubert Rollin,
liulrerl Sterner. Earl Slim-nmker. James lflclwsinis. Kennetln Hill. Nlzix St:wklinuse. Thirrl 1fllll'Y'RUIlllE'Y
OJ , Mr. Housekneelit. Cunt-li: llumer Ililner. Huy Baker. Donailrl Rusenlmllm, Frank Illoore. Flmlwzirrl
Nh-Guwain. Iloimlrl l':1usl
I n I I mr, Iwi' In lflgllfi .Indy I'l'y.1-1-fmrlzllllm I'.ls0llIIJlIll'l'. Ilvlvu Iizlrln.
wnul Iinu- .Immun FIIIIIIIIIIIII. lir4u's- Nlurehznll. Nzxuvy Wzlltmnn.
unievr High Cheerleaders
I,fqHhfIf1y1lfi lluxzllivSTl'ul1p..I:llli4'n' PIIVUIIIJ. !,vufimuIv1mxv. IIilI'I!2ll'2l I'irI,Qvrm.
First Rolf, Left to lfiylir Earl Poust. Donalrl Miller. James Brittain, Gerald Yoder, Marlin Wolfe. Donald Edwards. Ser
mul Ron'-Mr. Schuyler, Coach: Donald Hicks, Ralph Feigles, VVil1ian1 Little, Daniel McCourt. Richard Brittain. Neil Nuss
John Billhinie. 'l'hi1'1l Huu'-- -Pierre Fritz. Sherman Moyer, wyllllillll Neiflerbelger, Barry Beilliartz, Robert Tule, Sain Feigles
Roy Maurer. Cecil Laurenson.
This year,s wrestling team, under the careful guidance of coach Stanley Schuyler,
enjoyed its best season in history by posting a record of seven wins and four losses.
Highlights of the season were the victories over Lewistown and Lock Haven. Unde-
feated Gerry Yoder was high individual scorer with 49 points. Following closely was
Jim Brittain with a 9-1 record and 40 points. Yoder and Brittain captured District
Four honors in 112 lb. and 138 lb. classes respectively. Lost by graduation are: Yoder,
Brittain, Wolfe, Miller, Nuss, Edwards, Hicks, and Manager Billhime. Gerry Yoder
and Jim Brittain were the co-captains of this year's team.
Dale Opponent Munvy Opp Plan'
Dec. -Mill Hall ...... 39 14 Away
jan. -State College ...,, ,.,... 1 8 28 Away
jan. -Hughesville ..... ,.., ...,.. 3 1 14 Home
Jan. -Derry Township ..,... ....,. 2 7 15 Home
Alan. -Sunbury ....,.. ..t,. ,. 36 9 Home
jan. -Williamsport ..... ,..... 1 S 24 Away
Jan. -Mill Hall ...... .. .. 44 12 Home
Feb. -Lewistown ,,.. . .. 30 18 Home
Feb. -Shamokin ,...,. ...... 1 5 33 Home
Feb. -Hughesville .,.. ..... 1 4 26 Away
Feb. -Lock Haven ,... 22 18 Away
istrict 4 Wrestling Champion, 112 lb. class.
Regional Wrestling Champion, 138 lb. class.
Tfyvy Fly T!Jl'!1lllQ!J ibn' Air
Wiflr flu' Grf'afz'xf of Hun'
GLRAIJ1 Yonua XVILLIAM Bmsolu. IJAVID WAl.I.lS
ADA ULSHAFER, JOANNE SCHOCH, MARY K. BREIDINGER
Tune of "I'll Sec You in My Dreams 6? , l
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We're Leaving Muncy High,
So now we say goodbye.
Schooldays, fundays, all in the past
Still we hope our memories will last.
As we climb the ladder to success
We'll try to do our best.
Our "Thanks" we give, as long as we live
For our schooldays at Muncy High.
Mary K. Breidinger
Donald Hicks V
Being Called Misshap
People who change
The way Mr. Schuyler
parts his hair
The Color Red
Having My Name
Teachers in General
Being Called "Girlie"
People with no sense
Gen. Motor Cars
The Name Gabby
Boys who gossip
I Mean Honestly
Yes, I'll Tell You
Oh Well, That's Life
Well, I'll Be Doggoned!
Oh, come on!
jiminy Crickets Abey
Yes, I'll tell you
Is It Now?
Oh My Heavens!
Oh My Stars!
Look here son!
Now Look Buddy!
Reading and Sports
Going to the Stone Quarry
Pontiacs and wrestlers
Going out in the Country
Swimming and Skating
Reading and Knitting
Making People Laugh
Louis Armstrong's Music
Sports and cooking
Sports and Reading
Lots of Money
Penna State Trooper
Bill Deitrick's Wife
Phys. Ed. Teacher
Time will tell
Pro Football Player
Big Game Hunter
Time Will Tell
Stanley's wrestling manager
Mary Lou Odon
Alice Anna Swartz
Being Called Dimples
High heels with Socks
Being Called Rabbit
Chairs in Miss I..ong's
Being Called Schodt
People Who Brag
Jim Robison's Wild Tales
People That Argue
Girls That Whisper
People With Swelled Heads
People Who Call Me "Red"
That Sounds -Logical!
Oh, My Gosh! V
Well I'll Say!
Good Gracious Ignative!
What Did You Say?
Get This Show on The R
Step On It!
Think I Was Never
Get Off My Ear!
Ain't It The Truth
You Didn't Ask!
Honest To True
Get That, Would You?
That's For Sure!
Gee, I Didn't Know!
You Aren't Kidding!
Plunging Neck Lines
Tinkering With Guns
Books and Such
Shooting the Bull
Senior Class Trip
President of Brooklyn
Pro Baseball Player
Time Will Tell
SPli0U'l', WALIIIHDN 81 UUMPANY, INC
JONES AND LAUGHLIN
WIRE ROPE DIVISION
WELDON MFG. COMPANY
PAIAMAS - NIGHT ROBES - SHIRTS
74-A M P
Floyd - GILBERT BROS. - Ward
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Market and Water Streets, MUNCY Broad Street, MONTOURSVILLE
SMITH TRUCK LINES
M O M ' S L U N C H
Home-Made Ice Cream
MUNCY MOTOR CO., INC.
Buick Sales and Service
103 E. Water St. MUNCY, PA-
SAY IT WITH FLOWERS
LARGEST GROWER OF FLOWERS
IN LYCOMING COUNTY
WALLIS FUNERAL HOME
121 South Main Street
MUN CY, PENNSYLVANIA
Fifty-Seven Years of Continuous Banking in This Community
It's Smart to Be Thrifty
Save Your Money With System and Safety
THE MUNCY BANKING COMPANY
Member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
The RITZ THEATRE
Congratulations to the CLASS of 19 S2
The Store for All Your Needs
Phone 187 MUNCY, PENNSYLVANIA
ROBINSON MFG. COMPANY
H. L. SCHOCH 81 SONS
Contractors and Builders
Phone-177-Big 246-A-2g 131-B MUNCY, PA
"-l-IAMs P0111 'V
For 111 Years
MUN CY, PA.
BETTY'S DRESS SHOP
Specializing in Sports Wear
J ERRY'S GULF SERVICE
J. E. HOFFMAN 8: SON
Corner Water and Washington Street Famous Reading Antbracite
phone 334.A MUNCY, PENNSYLVANIA
Open 24 Hours
Platters and Full Course Dinners
V4 Mile North of Muncy
BOB FREY'S MARKET
BREYERS ICE CREAM
R. F. BARTLOW
SETH THOMAS WATCHES
15 West Water Street
CITY FLOURING MILLS
Compliments of VMYERS AUTO PARTS
Albert W. Welsh Funeral AND
108 North Main street Phone 217'A
Phone 358-A MUNCY, PA- MUNCY, PENNSYLVANIA
ROSS AND JIM'S CAFE
11 W. Water Street
C . E . Z A R R
GROCERIES and MEATS
114 West Water Street
Phone 130-A MUNCY, PA
LOCUST INN PURPUR1 DRUG STORE
BAR-B-Q 24 South Main Street
P A U L 9 S HARVEY F. CORSON
SHOES-CLOTHING Allis Chalmers Farm Machinery
and CHRYSLER - PLYMOUTH
DRY GOODS SALES - SERVICE
M UN CY, PENNSYLVANIA
MUNCY PRESS SHOP
East Water Street
LAD 81 LASSIE SHOP
Phone 42-B MUNCY, PA
L. EAKER'S GARAGE
HUDSON MOTOR CARS
Phone 148-A MUNCY, PA
H eating-Diesel Oils
Main Street, MUNCY, PA.
DINE and DANCE
15 and 17 E. Water Street MUNCY, PA.
Phone 364-A MUNCY, PA
GOLDEN RULE GROCERY
"Sell unto others as you would
have them sell unto you."
Phone 220-B MUNCY, PA.
H. L. BYERLY
BEEF, VEAL, AND PORK
U. S. Government Inspected
A. 81 P. EMPLOYEES
HARTERQS DRUG STORE GRANGE NEWS AGENCY
E. B. McCUAIG, Prop.
. Main Street MUN CY, PA.
FORT BRADY HOTEL
Neufer's Service Station
Sunoco Gas and 0i1
Goodrich Tires and Batteries
ne 92-A MUNCY, PA.
MUNCY PASTRY SHOP
REECE and SNYDER
MAGAZINES and NEWSPAPERS
ICE CREAM - CANDY - TOBACCO
Phone 242-A MUNCY, PA
MUNCY AUTO GLASS
Rear 110 S. Market Street
Phone 287-B ' MUNCY,
THE CLASS OF 1953
E. P. HALL GARAGE
100 W. Water St.
331 West Penn Street
Phone 134-B-2 MUNCY, PA.
L. S. SWARTZ
302 Sherman St.
Phone 138-B MUNCY, PA.
Phone 247-A MUNC
ELVA,S TEA ROOM
We Cater to Receptions,
Parties and Clubs
Cor. Penn and Market Sts.
Phone 36 MUNCY, PA
207 Sherman Street
Phone 18-B-2 MUNCY, PA
gem Mutual Automobile Insurance Co.
Mutual Fire Insurance Co.
Life Insurance Co.
Home Oflice: Columbus, Ohio
MUNCYV SPORTS CENTER
H. E. AKERS, Prop.
SPEND YOUR DOLLARS IN MUNCY
SHAHEEN MOTORS, INC.
Sales - OLDSMOBILE - Service
308 N. Main St. MUNCY, PA
It is a strong and confident man that gets ahead and nothing gives
one greater confidence than to have money in the bank.
CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK
Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
Deposits Insured Up to 510,000.00
YEA '52, Good Luck
L. T. WERTMAN SERVICE STATION
ATLANTIC GASMAND OIL
FIRESTONE TUBES AND TIRES
Phone 199-A MUNCY, PA.
BRUCE H. HUNSINGER
PAINTING AND PAPERHANGING C0mP1imenfS of
Williamsport - 6531
or Muncy - 49-B-2
VAN BAELEN STUDIOS
414 Academy St. WILLIAMSPORT, PA
Muncyls Department Store
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