Muncy High School - Canusarago Yearbook (Muncy, PA)

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--Y Q 404 5 ' ' " 1, saga? ,',. ,,,,4 x. If I v 4 X 4 Alma Mater 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 2 . Q ,gil- ,Q ,i School Song Here's to our dear 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're for you! Rah! 3 -G. Palmer TIHE SENIGR CLASS of the Muncy Joint School Muncy, Pa. Presents: S V555 QS? J 5 rf J 13 J 1 j 0 , N il J, 11? -X5 X 1' , r fl' 1 ? X X X fl! fll lsffywxlfl fly V Xl ll illllflll I' The purpose of this issue of CANUSARACO is to record the aims and ideals, the activities and achievements of our school, to foster a spirit of loyalty, and to serve as a medium of recalling friendships and experiences w i t h W h i c h to brighten the fleeting memories of happy days at Muncy High. GEORGIANA EISENHAUER, Edifor. 5 MR. HOUSEKNECHT DEDICATICN In recognition of his patient and helpful service and in appreciation of his kindly interest in our behalf throughout the years, the Class of 1953, with high regard and sincere gratitude, is honored to dedicate its CANUSARAGO to Mr. Houseknecht, our Social Studies teacher and head coach of Jr. High Basketball. Men are of two kinds and he Is of the kind I'd like to be. S-ome preach their Virtues and a few Express their lives by what they do. From "A Real Man" by EDGAR GUEST 6 MR. WILLIAMSON Sz1fu'r1'ixir1g Prinrillml A D M I N I S T N 0 Adrfzizmziztijuijsistanf Doms SHOOK MR. MUSIAL Sccrcfury Princijml 7 School Board First Huw, Lvff fo Rigllte George Crawfurfl, Howard C. Opp. James. Hessler. Clarence I,0cklmrrl, Dr. H F. Baker. l'l:1r0nc-e Gmnlenuw. Sf'!'4llI1l Rllll'-WIJIRIIP F. W'illi:1msun. Alfred Jackson, C. F. l'lleegu1', .luck Stmup, Harold Huffman, Clark Dimm. Robert McBride. John Dt-Wald. H. l'. Bertin. We wish to express our especial appreciation to our school boarcl this year. They are always helpful and con- siderate but this year in a special way they have been serv- ing the schc-ol. Due to the jointure of the two districts MUNCY4- MUNCY CREEK AND MUNCY TOWNSHIP and to the im- proved building program the school board members this year have had to spend more of their leisure time planning and Working for the school. 8 eff Q4 Jwiixg' lg . Wfiifii-iii? I . Fifi 'X 3, my 2, Grade Parents First l,'ull', Lwff fu Hlgfllf Mrs. Huwarrl Wallis. Mrs, Fred Fris-k. Mrs. lintlivr Hilnvr, Mrs. Lynn Housvkncvlit. Mrs. Dean l'l'llip Mi Vllnn Br lfil Mi lin it 1 M llunnll ipsum Mr luxnntl llnnt Mi IJ ilml Mnnim M1 I l' ll !'. . N. I ' '95 01 . , 'S. Y . l'Ull,. - IN. " I ' , 'I 'A'. . 'S. A' 2 ' . . 'S. Ulli . A 'u . AS. . . 4. liUlllJllllJlSk'. Mrs, lilwa Hair. Mrs. l.innL-l Sluarllluuk. Mrs. llarnlml Koons. Sw-mill f'i,1lIl'fiM2lli'Ullll Artluy. Mrs. fi00l',Lf0 Elinor Mrs. Vliarlvs Srntt. llctty I-'isln-r. Mrs. M1-l'al10. Mrs. Kenneth Man-ivjcwski, Mrs. Walter Slianer. Mrs. Sylvester liittur. Mrs Marita Km-i'stm-tit-1'. Mrs. llaytnn Lyons. Mrs. Clintun Shipman. Mrs. .lavnlr l'nusl. Mrs. l'rn-stun Lawton, Mrs. Frank Meserulu l'l1ir4l Ilwu' Mr. linnalll Will. Mrs. l'anl llcringur. Mrs. Mark llesln-r. Mrs. Flauilv Miller. Mrs. KlIlllll'l' Opp. Mrs. Warren l't-lornian. Mrs, ltulwrt lluyl. Mrs. llarulll llrnwn. Mrs. l'illlllllllll Luft. Mrs. livralll 'l'ill1nry. Mrs. Flay lh-rg:c1', Mrs. lmruy xllIll'l'Yllll. Mrs. llvnry llnlzwurtll. Mrs. XVarrun llnnk. Mr. Xv2ll'l'l'll llnuk. Parent Teachers Association Mi B14 l"ir.st llnu-, 1,1-ff in lfigfllf Mrs. liuniain lfoigrlcs. Mrs. Flanzle Wanisll. Mrs. Hurlura lawvll. Mrs. l.ntlicr Hilnvr. Mrs. Lnrap swartz. Mrs. William l,n'lL'l'llliIIl. Mrs. l'rt-stun Lawtun. Mrs. Frank Nleswolv. Mrs. Ray App. Mrs. llenry Hulzwurtli. Mrs l'anl llrytlrule. Mrs. Vluarlcs llniism-km-n'lit. Mrs. Warll Myers. Mrs. Martin liautsvli. Mrs. Emlwarll Mclluaig, Mrs. l.enn l.nwu. Mrs. Walter lluflanan. ,swf-mir! lfuu' Mrs. l"l't'4l Sager. Mrs. lie-owe White. Mrs. Alfrwl Snyilur. Mrs. A. l'. Barnes Mrs. Max Wlmn-lsmlnrf. Mrs. l-'rwl Frivk. Mrs. l,l-sta-r ltolnn, Mrs. I.inncl Sllilllfllllili. Mrs. Ray Strnnp. Mrs. Sylvester Ritter Mrs. Dayton I,ynns. Mrs. lil-ralrl 'l'illmnry. Mrs. Jann-s Kam-r. Mrs, Rhea, llair. Mrs. 'l'runian Yoder. Mrs. f'illllk'l'llll Mnsst-r Xlrs. .lulnn Svluwll. Mrs. Kulanll llartlmv. Mrs. linlwrt lfrcy. Tllfrrl lfuu- Mrs. ltnwuna V4-rmilya. Mrs. Larnt- Williamson Mrs. l'm-ter Snnn-rrillv. Mrs. livulurc l'Ilum'r. Mrs. Fliarlcs Scott. Mrs. l'anl GL-ringer. Mrs. Flalnls' Miller. Mrs. Kinlluer Opp -4. Kt'llllL'lll Man-ivjvwski. Mrs. .l. li. linntaniasc. Mrs. XVarrun liunk. Mrs. llarnlul Koons. Mrs. liuwarll Wallis. Mrs. Harolc wwn. Mrs. lirlnnnnl Luft. Mrs. Charles Griggs. Mrs. llarvvy f'U1'a0I1. Mrs. Cnrltnn l'00llI1L'- 9 The Faculty l'1S'l'l-llili ll. l'llUS'l' S'l'.XNl.l'lY 'l'. Sl'Hl7Yl.l'lli lll'I'l"l'Y JANE MOYICK IRVIN 'l'. HNSS Ifusinvss Erlzu-affirm I?u.win1'ss Idrlur-rrfinn I'l1yxif'r1I lfalurrrfiun l'l111sif'nl Efliarnfion A'l"'i"iSf""f""' Ass'sf""f ILS.. Bl0UlllSlllll'Q.'L' Statv 'l'cac'l1u1's ILS., Stroliclslnmr Stats' 'l'cac-h- D"il""'S E'I"""H"" ILS., New York University l"llL'95l' "N Ulllgvft' ILS.. Slippery Rock State '1'0acli- M.A.. New York University urs College l'i0rcc- Business School Columbia University IBELOS M. BI'l'I.l'ZR Rlf1llEK't'A S. ARTHUR IRENIC M. WITHEIRS ZIGMUND M. MUSIAL History, English fIvo!n'1rpIl11 S1'ir'1u'rf Sf'i4'm'1' Muncy Normal Mnncy Normal AB.. Lebanon Valley Collogro ILS.. Bloolnslnm: Stats Teachers Bl1MllllSlllll','Z,' State 'I'c:u-llcrs Col- Bucknel Univcrsity St. l.awrc-ncc University College lege Nlansticlul State 'l'0JlC'lll'TS Collugzc Bucknell University Punnsy vainia Stats College Potts Shorthand Williamsport Coinniercial School SHlltl,l'1Y S. MUl4'F'l,.Y Illfllllililfl B. ll0USl+lKNECH'I' l.ll.A l.. l'RAWlvl'1Y ROBl+lli'I' S. HUGHES livntul Hygiwiist Snfirzl Slmiiwx S:-lmul Nursr' Sm-iul Stlldivs li.lJ.Il.. 'l'L'n1pl0 University BS.. Blooliisburg State 'l'C2ll'llCl'H RN.. llalstt-all Hospital Train- l3.A., Gettysburg College Bloolnsburg State 'l'9:1cllcrs Col- Colle-:Q in! School Bloomsbury: State 'feacliers Col- lege Bucknell University lege 10 The Faculty 1 MARYl'Zl.I,l'1N WALDRON AARON M. l'0Ill.l41N'l'Z JEAN l,. ZIMMl'IliMAN WILLIAM REITEK ,llatlnfmrrfirs .llrrflzwnzrrtirs Imngfllrlgzvs Enyllish. ILS., Xv9SlfCllf3Sl9I' State 'l'e:1el1el's ILS.. Millersville State 'll0ll4'llPI'S A.li., ltueknell University BS.. Loek Haven State Teachers College College College Illomnshllrz State Teneliers Col- Temple University M.l,itt., University nfl'ittshurgl1 lege JEAN F. DEl.Sl'l'E Cl,Alil4lNl'lfl GOWERS IIESSIIC M. LONG WARD L. MYERS Vnvnl .llusir SlllJI'I'l'iNll1' IllSlI'IIllll'llfll1 Illusif' Sll1lI'?'I'lSIlI' Home Errnmniirs Imlusfrifzl Arts ll.S., Susqnelmnnn Vniversity New York University Manstielrl State 'l'e:u-lic-rs College ILS., Carnegie Institute of Tech- l'ennsylV:1ni:1 Stzlte College nology M.l4lrl.. l'ennsylvnni:1 State Col- lege l'AIlI. WINNER WILLIAM HAGGI-1lt'l'Y Ayrirulfure Supervisor A rt B.S.. I'ennsylvm1in State College ILS., Kutztown State Teslelxcrs College Franklin and Marshall College 11 The spaghetti party Hnvin' fun? Ii. P. duty The Tmtlbicsmiic Four Mi Mi, Shirley, Patty ' Gcorgc Barnes scnam ship Day Dignificd CU Suniurs Tum, Shirley, Dawn, Peggy Smile pretty, Ike Bcity Temple Wlmt Hnvnr? f X SENICDRS Noontimc fun Senior study Uh puriud The Mud Il'iShl11.lI1 Mi Mi Port Penn Gals Mary and Lon Nut too closu now Lois Griggs Must be interesting Grace Marshall Rich and Peggy You toll 'cm, Stan MR. H1555 ADVISER Because of his help in the many problems of our class, we wish to express our most sincere gratitude to Mr. Irvin T. Hess, who has been our class adviser during the past three years. He has been of great assistance throughout this time and to him we extend our deepest appreciation for his pa- tience, understanding, and good judgement. Senior Class Officers Srllfvll -Arnold Reed, Presiflvni. Sfrlmling, Lefi to Hiyl1t4Betty Pauling, Sl'I'I'f'llli'!l,' Rnnzllrl Feigles. Vive Pwsirlmzt: Shirley Allen. Tr1'11sur1'r. Senior Group First Run-, Left fo Right---.lean Louise Lowe, Grace Marshall. Fu-3 Blukeslee. Betty Temple, Margaret Story, Bertha Narber, Shirley Metzger, Shirley Allen, Doris Hill, Putty Lauchle, Marie Dinnn. Catharine Shook. Leona McCarty, Blanche Stack- huuse, Dawn Smith. Mary l'urpuri. l'e,zgy Lorilner, Arlene Harris. Sammi Run--Iinlph Feigles, Delores Rose, Eldon Hilner, GOUl'g'lillHl, l'llS9llll6lllCI', Donna Lowe, .lean Sllllllllilll. VYuyne Stewart, Hulbert Vrerlellhurpr, Cecil IAllll'CllSUll. Ronnlcl Hart- lnzln. Betty Feigles. Betty lltlllllllfl, Betsy Youtz. liusemury Ellis. Yvonne l'lCllHl0l'lllill'llt'I', Virginia: Burtluw. Donald liluir, Fred Lewis. Tlliral Hrur---lTll:u'les Davis. Owen liurilner, Clmrles Koch, Ruibert Fralcy, Kenneth Frey, Hubert lilhner. Arnold Ruud. Junies Svlmvli. George Barnes. Clair 1'ersun. Harper Ahhntt. l"lllVl'2ll'il Booth, William Frivk. Elbert VVillinnis, John 0'Brien. Jack Erlwnrils. Ronulzl Feigzles. 16 41, ,.,, I ffzg 2, M6 i no X. ROBERT HARPER ABBOTT fPHarl,!I Harper drives the teachers crazy-has more fun lhan a barrel of monkeys. Academic, Hi-Y 4, Gym Team 2, 3, 4, Football 3, 4, CANUSARAGO Staff 4, Small Staff 3, 4, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Play Stage Crew. VIRGINIA LOUISE BARTLOW' "Ginny" "Ginny", tall and brown-eyed-believes in getting things done and over with. Commercial: CANUSARAGO Staff 4: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Ensemble 1, 2, Tri- Hi-Y 2, Librarian Z, 3, 4, Class Play 3, Class Play Committee 4, Intramural Sports l, 2, 3, 4, Scoop Staff 3. SHIRLEY ANN ALLEN "Shirley" Energetic, Iiast Muney girl--loud laugh- a joke for every occasion. Academic, Librarian 2, 3, 4, Glce Club l, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 5, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Class Play 3, 4, Booster Club 2, Vice President 3, President 4, Mina strel Show 2: Journalism Club 2, 3, 4, Class Treasurer 3, 4, Student Council 2, CANUSARAGO Stal? 4, Swap Staff 3, 4, Chapel Chairman l. GEORGE EARL BARNES "Gf'orgf,' Neat dresser-loves sports-wonderful per- sonality. Commercial, Hi-Y 4, Vice President 4, M Cluh 2, 3, Treasurer 4, Small Staff 2, 3, 4, Student Council 1, Vice President 4, Foot- ball 1, 2, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, CANUSA- RACO Staff 4. 17 FAITH JOANNE ANDERSON rrljayv Import from Pliiladelphia-5 ft., very pe- tite-liltes blonde curly hair and blue eyes. Commercial 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, CANUSARAGO Staff 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Booster Club 4, Class Play Committee 3, 4, Intramurals 3, Minstrel Show 3, May Court 4. DONALD EUGENE BLAIR "Bluir,' Beautiful blue eyes-likes Nxfilliamsport- member of Naval Reserve. Academic, Football 3, 4, School Patrol 1, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4, M Club 4, I-Ii-Y 4, Chapel Chairman 1, Journalism Club 3, 4, Scoop Staff 2, 3, 4, CANUSA- RAGO Staff 4. ALICE FAE BLAKESLEE "Shorty" "Shorty" is a delightful combination of kindness, humor, and seriousness. Commercial l, 2g General 3, 4g Glee Club l, 2, 3, 43 Girls, Ensemble 2, Librarian 2, 3, 4, Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4, CANU- SARAGO Staff 43 Class Play Committee 3, 4. MARGUERITE MARIE DIMM rrMi Mir: I'Mi Mi" may be short, but she can, and will measure up to a high standard in personality and character. Commercialg Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4, journalism Club 2, 3, 4, Boos- ter Club 4g Student Council 2, Scoop Staff 3, 45 Class Play Committee 3, 4g Librarian 2, 4, Captain 3, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 45 CANUSARAGO Staff 4, Girls' Ensemble. EDWARD RICHARD BOOTH "Ea'die', Always laughs and has fun-has a joke for everyone. Academic 1, 2, General 3, 4, Hi-Y 45 Football 1, 2, 3, 43 M Club 4, Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 49 journalism Club 2, 3, 4, Scoop Staff 2, 3, 4, CANKJSARAGO Staff 4, Poetry Award 1. ROBERT LEWIS EBNER ffB:ecfIl "Beef" is as friendly as he is big-takes ribbing good-naturedly. Academic, Glec Club 43 School Patrol lg Hi-Y 4g Class Play 3, Student Director 4, CANusARAGo Staff 49 Scoop Staff 2, 3, 4, journalism Club 2, 3, 43 Chapel Chairman 1, 43 Student Council 2, Basketball Man- ager 4. 18 CHARLES MONROE DAVIS "Chuck" Imagination rules the world-Chuck shall be a great ruler. Commercial 1, 29 General 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 45 CANUSARAGO Staff 4. I JACK EUGENE EDWARDS ffElseJP Tall and lanky-,temptation is always great for jack. Commercial 1, 2, 33 General 44 Journalism Club 2, 4g Scoop Staff 2, 3, 4g Class Play 35 Class Play Stage Crew 45 School Patrol lg Football 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Intramural Sports 2, 3, 45 CANUSARAGO Staff 4. GEORGIANA LOUISE EISENHAUER ffIke!l Friend to everyone-has a wonderful per- sonality-always neat. Academic5 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 45 Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Journalism Club l, 2, 3, 45 Chapel Chairman l, 45 Glee Club l, 2, 3, 45 CANUSAIKAGO Editor 45 Scoop Stat? 3, 45 Quill and Scroll 3, 45 Band 15 Intra- mural Sports 1, 2, 3, 45 Class Play 35 Class Treasurer 15 Minstrel Show 2, 3, 45 Cheer- leader 2, 3, 45 Girls, Ensemble 1, 25 Gym Team 2, 35 American Legion Award 15 May Court 45 Librarian 2, 3, 4. I RALPH CLIFTON FEIGLIES, JR. "Buick" Excels in all sports-travels the Pennsdale road a lot. Acadeinic5 Class Play Program 35 Class Play 45 School Patrol 15 Glee Club I, 25 Student Council 25 Hi-Y 45 Journalism Club 45 M Club I, 2, 3, President 45 Sroofw Staff 2, 3, 45 CANUSARAGO Staff 45 Basketball 15 Baseball I, 2, 3, 45 W'res- tling 2, 3, 45 Football 1, 2, 3, Co-Captain 45 Gym Team 3, 45 Intramurals 1, Z, 3, 4. ROSEMARY CATHERINE ELLIS "Roxen In her spare time you'll Find this lively girl pursuing her favorite pastime at Trout Pond Park or the Ritz Theater. Commercial l, 25 General 3, 45 Glce Club l, 2, 3, 45 Chapel Chairman I5 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 45 Booster Club 2, 3, 45 Librarian 2, 3, 45 Intramural Sports l, 2, 3, 45 CANU- SARAGO Staff 45 Girls' Ensemble 1, 25 Srrmp Staff 45 Class Play Usher 3, 45 Minstrel Show 2. RONALD WAYNE FEIGLES "Ro1zny', Quiet and friendly-Sump Editor-likes sports+always seen with Mary jane. Aeademieg Smofn Staff 2, 3, liditor 45 M Club 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y Secretary 45 journal- ism Club 45 School Patrol 15 Chapel Chairman l, 45 Student Council 15 Band 15 Glee Club 25 Quill and Scroll 3, 45 Minstrel Show 2, 3, 45 Magazine Drive Chairman 45 Class Play Stage Crew 35 Intramurals l, 2, 3, 45 Badminton Champ 4, CANUsAiIAt.o Staff 45 Baseball I5 Foot- ball l, 2, 3, Co-Captain 45 Class Vice President 3. 19 BETTY JANE FEIGLES VPBt,ffy7I Betty argues and works-with lier talk and actions she builds up a lot of steam. Comniereialg Glce Club 15 Booster Club 3, 45 Class Play Committee 45 Librarian 35 Intramurals 1, 25 CANUSAIKAGO Staff 4. YVONNE M. FENSTERMACHER "B0nnic", "Bonnie", witty and sincere, is likely to succeed in what she aims to do-pretty red hair. Commercialg CANUSAIKAGO Staff 45 Student Council 35 Student Librarian 2, 3, 45 Chanel Chairman 15 Glee Club I, 2, 3, 45 Girls' Ensemble 1, Z5 Intramurauls 1, 2, 3, 45 Class Play Committee 3, 4. ROBERT EUGENE FRALEY fFB0b77 Always making outstanding remarks-has a way to win friends. Commercial, Intramurals Z, 3, 4. OWEN R. GARDNER "Gara'nc'r" Our reliable movie projectionist-quiet but friendly. Agrieultureg F. F. A. Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President of the john Brady F. F. A. Chapter, Treasurer of the County F. F. A. KEN NETH ROY FREY rrKC'l1l1y,, Blond hair and blue eyes--always having a good time. Academic, School Patrol lg Chapel Chair- man 1, SFOUII Staff 2, 3, 4, journalism Club 2, 3, 4, Student Council 3, Hi-Y 41 Class Play Stage Manager 3, 4, Magazine Drive Captain 4g CANUSARAGO Staff 4. Lois LOUISE GRIGGS "Lois" I,-ikeable and learned lass: O-bservant, original, fun i'1 class, I-deal housewife she hopes to beg S-he'll make her goal, we all agree. Commercial, Librarian 2, 3, 4g Tri-Hi-Y 3, 43 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4, Booster Club 45 Journalism Club -45 CANUSARAGO Staff 4, Sroop Stal? 3, 45 Chapel Chair- man 1, 45 Class Play Committee 3, 4. 20 WILLIAM F. FRICK "Bill', Tall and quiet-has fun in Mash class. Commercial, Intramurals 3, 4, Hi-Y 4. MARY ARLENE HARRIS "Ar1r'nc", "Arlene" is the quiet and responsible one to have around. Commercial, Glee Club 25 Booster Club 4, journalism Club 4, Student Council 43 Librarian 2, 3, 43 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 CANUSAIKAGO Staff 4, Sroop Staff 3, 4, Class Play Committee 3, 4. RONALD SCOTT HARTMAN "Hemi" Quite a joker-very interested in sports- well-liked by everyone. Commercial l, 2, General 3, 4, Hi-Y 4, Basketball 1. 2, 3, 4, Football l, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Sports l, 2, 3, 4, Minstrel Show 3, 4, Glee Club 3, 4, M Club 2, 3, 4. CHARLES ROSCOE KOCH "Karine" Kncliie is a nice uv who doesn't like tu 5 . play hooky, but can easily be talked into it. Academic, Intramurals 3, 4. l DORIS JOAN HILL "Dork" She has a talent for leadersliip-musiu minded-always true to her Bucknell man. Commercial, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Booster Club l, 2, 3, 4, Chapel Chairman l, 4, ,Iournalism Club I, 2, 3, 4, Librarian I, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, CANUSARAGO Assistant Iiditor 4, Snoop Staff 3, 4, Sports Editor 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Sports 1, Z, 3, 4, Class Play 3, 4, Class Treasurer 3, Flaming Foliage Queen 3, Minstrel Show 2, 3, 4, ,Iunior High Cheerleader l, Girls' Iinsem- ble l, 2, Christmas Play 1, 2, Gym Team 2, 3, May Court 4. PATRICIA ANN LAUCHLE ffputtylf "Putt "' has C lm a r m, initiative, abilit ' I I and character Q In short, everything. "FrenelIie". Commercial, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Journalism Club 2, 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Smal: Staff 2, Assistant News Iiditor 3, 4, Libra- rian 2, 3, 4, Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, CANU- sAItACO Staff 4, Class Play Usher 3, Class Play 4, Intramural Sports l, 2, 3. 4, Gym Team 2, Booster Club 3, 4, Girls' Ensemble l. 2, 3, Minstrel Show 2, 3, Chapel Chair- man l, May Queen Court 4. 21 ELDON MICHAEL HILNER rrskipu Eldon is a farmer of the land-he'll make his wealth and live very grand. Agriculture, F. F. A. I, 2, 3, 4, F. F. A. Chapter Chaplin 1, Vice President 2, Pres- ident 3, County Chapter President 3, Base- ball 3, 4, M Club 4. CECIL CLIFFORD LAURENSON ffTafe!, A likeable lad and a friend when a friend is needed. Commercial, Hi-Y 4, M Club 4, Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 3, 4, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4. FREDERICK ELLIOT LEWIS rrlyufn A handsome guy with a winning smile and an eye that is turned toward Tur- botville. Commercial 1, 2, 3, General 4, Hi-Y 4, journalism Club 4, Student Council 2, Glee Club 1, 2, 4, Band l, 2, 3, 4, M Club 3, 4, Wrestling l, 2, 3, 4. JEAN LOUISE Lowu ffjgaliil Dependable-a good student-soft spoken flikes sports and jim, Commercial, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Paooster Club 2, Gym Team 2, 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, journalism Club 2, 3, 4, Sroofw Staff 3, 4, CANUsARAGo Stal? 4, Librarian 2, 3, 4, Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4, Band I, Z, 3, 4, Class Play Committee 3, 4, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4. MARGAIKET VIOLA LORIMER Pfljvggyii "Peggy" is a quiet girl who makes sure a job is well done, no matter how small it may bc. Commercial, Tri-I-Ii-Y 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 4, journalism Club 4, Booster Club 4, Librarian 2, 3, 4, Class Play Commit- tee 3, 4, Minstrel Show 2, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4. DONNA MARIE LOWE ffTubby7! Always having fun-has a friendly per- sonality-likes roller skating. Commercial, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Booster Club 4, Journalism Club 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Ensemble 2, 3, 4, Intra- murals 2, 3, 4, Minstrel Show 2, 3, Class Play Committee 3, 4, Swap Staff 3, 4, CANUsARAc30 Staff 4, Librarian 1, 2, 3, 4. V , l ARTH UR WAYNE IVIAGARGLE "Mo0sz',' Tall and lank , "Moose" lans to cover Y P the world. Commercial, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4. 22 GRACE FAITI-I MARSHALL "Gracie" A gay person-friendly and energetic- eheerleader-loves Penn State and Bill. Academic, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, journalism Club 2, 3, 4, Sronlw Staff 3, 4, Librarian 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, CANUSARAGO Staff 4, Chapel Chairman 1, 4, Class Play Committee 3, Class Play 4, Intramurals l, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader l, 2, 3, 4, Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Minstrel Show 2, 3, Student Council 1, Z, jr. High Cheerleader, May Court 4. LEONA RUTH MQCARTY Likes Mr. Schuyler's classes and sports- member of H20 Street gang. Commercialg Tri-Hi-Y Z, 3, 45 Booster Club 2, 3, Chairman 45 Glee Club 45 Gym Team 2, 45 journalism Club 2, 3, 45 CANUSARAGO Staff 45 Sump Staff 3, 4: Class Play Committee 3, 4: Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. Student Council 35 Librarian 2, 3, 45 Minstrel Show 2, 3. Bl-QRTHA FAY NARBER PPRFIIU Quiet and shy, yet ever friendlyfPenns- dale gal. Commercial5 Librarian 25 Intramurals 1. MIQRAB ALYS McKEE "Mc'rf1ir"' Lively sense of humorfpractical joker- likes sports, especially swimming. Academic I5 Commercial 2, 3, 45 Librarian 2, 3, 45 Tri-Hi-Y I, 25 Snwfv Staff 3, 45 Booster Club 2, 3, 45 Caistuszximtao Stal? 45 Glee Club l, 2: lntramurals l, 2, 3, 45 Gym Team 2, 45 Class Play Committee 3, 45 Chapel Chairman 1. JOHN DOUGLAS O,BRIEN "The Mall Il'iSlJ'l7lL'lIIn llis rollicking laughter and subtle remarks have enlivened many a dull class. Academic l, 25 General 3, 45 Srrmfz Staff 3, 42 .luurnalism Club 45 Hi-Y President 45 CIANUSARALO Staff 4. 23 SHIRLEY MAY METZGER "Slair1" A little shy blond-her friendliness is great. Academic I5 Commercial 2, 3, 45 Librarian 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 45 CANUsAv,AGo Staff 45 lntramurals 15 Class Play Committee 4. BETTY MARVENE PAULING f?Bf,ffy7J Friend to all-intelligent-formerly from .lersey Shore-good basketball guard. Conimercialg Tri-Hi-Y 3, Vice President 45 Quill and Scroll 3, 45 Journalism Club 2, 3, 45 Scoop Staff 3, Assistant Editor 45 CANUSARAGO Business Manager 45 Libra- rian Z, 4, Captain 35 Glec Club 1, 25 Class Play Committee 35 Class Play 45 Chapel Chairman 1, 45 Student Council 2, 3. MARY Louisia PURPURI V 1 ffMdry17 CLAIRE LEWIS PERSUN Journalism editor-always seen with Len. "MfJllXl'y,, Aeademieg Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3. Secretary 45 A swell guyirmlly Ling nmumi in his Journalism Juniorllfditor 3, liditor 45 Svoojr lim md 3 ' Stafl 3, 445 Librarian 2, 3, 45 Clec Club l, ' 3, 45 Quill and Scroll 3, 45 CANUSARAGQ Commercialg Patrol 15 Glee Club 45 Hi-Y Staff 45 Chapel Chairman l, 45 Pennsyl- 45 Student Council 35 WfCSIllI1g 3, 4. MARJORIE JEAN RING PVIFHIIJD Import from Bellefonte-famous for her fudge. General 2, 3, 45 Intramural Sports 2, 3, 45 Class Play Committee 45 CANusA1tAr.o Staff 45 Booster Club 3, 4. Vanin Week Contest 45 Christmas Play 45 Poetry Award 15 Class Play Committee 3, 4: Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. DKLORILS J. Rosii FFROSCWFD Import from Hughesville-friend to every- one-loves square dancing. Aeademie5 Class Plnv 3, 45 Student I.ibra- rian 2, 3, 45 Journalism Club 3, 45 Tri-Hi- Y 2, 3, 45 Quill and Seroll 3, President 45 Srunjr Staff 3, News Iiditor 45 Booster Club 5, 45 Glee Club Z5 CANUsA1tAL.o Staif 45 Student Council 4: Intramurals 2, 3, 4. 24 ARNOLD CLAY REITD "Arnie" "Arnie" is always busy with some activity -still has time to have fun. Aeademic5 Class President 2, 3, 45 Band 3, 45 Glee Club 2, 45 Intramurals I, 2, 3, 45 Patrol l5 Quill and Scroll 3, 45 Journalism Club 45 Svoofl Staff 3, 45 Student Council 15 Chapel Chairman 45 American Legion Award I5 Pennsylvania Week Award 45 Class Play 3, 45 CANUsAkAt3o Staff 4. JAMES SAMUEL SQHOCH l 5 rrjilnn A handsome lad who will go far in what ever he plans to do. Commercial 1, 25 General 3, 45 Hi-Y 45 M Club 1, 2, 35 Football 1, 2, 45 Basket- ball 15 Intramural Sports l, 2, 3, 45 CANU- sA1tAc.o Stat? 4. HELEN JEAN SHIPMAN "Sl1ifm1a11,' Ifarmer's daugltter-always seen witli jim -very nice girl. Academic, Tri-Hi-Y 3, Treasurer 4, Boos- ter Club 4, Journalism Club 3, 4, Scoop Staff S, 4, CANUsARAc,o Staff 4, Class Play Committee 3. 4: Glee Club 2. 3, 4, Student Council Secretary 3, Librarian 2, 4, Captain 3. V ' BLANCHE E. STAcKHousi-1 "Sfavkir", Member of Port Penn gang-excels in all sports-energetic and friendly-collects records. Academic, CANUsAltAc,o Staff 4, Intramu- rals 1, 2, 3, 4, Booster Club 2, 3, 4: Tri- Hi-Y 2, 3, President 4, .Iournalism Club 2, 3, 4, Student Council 1, Sruujm Staff 2, 3, 4, Class Play Committee 3, 4, libra- rian 2. 3, 4, Minstrel Sliow 2, 3, Gym Team, Cfiapcl Chairman 1: May Court 4, CJATHARINE MARGAliliT Sl-IOOK efcufbjlav On tlte llonor Roll everytime-plays tlie piano well-likes to study and dance. Academic, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, journalism Club 3, 4, Booster Club 4, Glee Club 4, Sroob Stall 3, 4, Librarian 2, CANUSARAGO Staff 4, Class Play Committee 3, 4, Intramural Sports l, 4. XVAYNl'1 SAM ont. STEWART "Wczy11if"' Our piano playing Romeo wlto loves to play. General 3, 4: lli-Y 4, Glee Club 4, Cliapel Cliairman 4. 25 DAWN Louise SMITH Hslllrjlfllfni Port Penn gal-likes tlreamy mu-.ie anal elieeseburgers-class artistfalways in a dave. Academic, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 5, 4, Seoul: Staff l, 2, 3, 4, journalism Club Z, 3, 4, Boos- ter Club 2, 3, 4, Gym Team 2, 4, Student Council 2, Cliapel Cltairman l, Librarian 2, 3, 4, Minstrel Sltow 2, 3, lntramurals l, 2, 3, 4, Class Play 5, 4, CANusAltAc,o Staff 4. MARGARET ANN STORY "Margc"' Hails from Elmira-quiet and cute-likes No. 30 on football teamgPennSdale gal. Commercial, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Sronlr, Student Librarian 4, CANusAkAco Staff 4, Class Play Committee 4, May Queen 4. BETTY LoIs TlEMPL.E fPBt'tfyl, A quiet, friendly person-likes swimming and helping others. Commercialg Student Librarian 25 Glcc Club 25 Intramurals l, 2, 3, CANUSAIIAGQ Stal? 45 Class Play Committee 4. FRANKLIN DAVID TEMPLE "Perf" Musclebound "Pete" has one dislike. CWO- menj??? Commercial l, 25 General 3, 45 Football 2, 3, 45 Intramurals 2, 3, 45 M Club 2, 3, 4 CANUSARAGKD Staff 45 Hi-Y Club Treasu- rer 4. ROBERT NEWTON VREDENBURG ?PVrc,dyJ! Always nice and neat-Vredy is quite a ladies' man. Academic5 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Football 1, 2, 3, 4g Baseball 3, 45 M Club Secretary 45 Intramurals l, 2, 3, 45 Sroofl Staff 3, 45 Minstrel Show 3, 45 Journalism Club 3, 45 Chapel Chairman 1, 45 School Patrol 15 Glec Club 1, 2, 3, 45 CANUSARACO Staff 45 Class Treasurer 25 Quill and Scroll 3, 45 Student Council 35 Class Play Stage Crew 3, 45 Hi-Y 4. ELBEIIT MORRELL WILLIAMS "Egl1t'rfU Although he docsn't study hard, Egbert is quite a bright lad. Commereial5 Baseball 45 Intramurals l, 2, 3, 45 CANusARAtso Staff 4. 26 BETSY YOUTZ "Betsy Very quick-tempered-will always remem- ber "safety first". Commercialg Tri-Hi-Y 45 Journalism Club 2, 35 Senior Editor 45 Quill and Scroll 3, Secretary-Treasurer 45 Librarian 2, 3, 45 Intramurals l, 2, 45 Scoop Staff 3, Business Manager 45 CANUSARAGLJ Staff 45 Class Play Committee 3, 45 Band 3, 45 Chapel Chairman l. In Memoriam We, as the class of 195 3, will always remember Shirley Nixon, who was taken from us in 1951. She came to Muncy High School in lst grade and was always bubbling with laughter and gaiety. She took the Commercial Course and partici- pated in intramural sports. Her favorite hobbies were: roller skating, square dancing, swimming, and hiking. She will always be remembered. 27 Class Histor As we met on the "Reservation" for the first time under the leadership of Mrs. Dice and Miss Koons, we found everything exciting and new. This year we partici- pated in Rythm Band. We also made butter, which was a new experience to most of us. This year we were greeted by our tribal leaders, Mrs. Hoffman and Mrs. Goodenow. A skit entitled "Peter Cotlonlailn was presented at P. T. A. in which the members of the class were dressed in bunny suits. Dawn Smith joined our tribe this year. The third year found us in the homerooms of Miss Shook and Miss Stahl fnow Mrs. Stahl.j This year, for our mothers, we made book-ends out of pint jars filled with sand. We ended this year with a picnic held at Miss Shook's home. Ralph Feigles and Ronald Feigles joined our tribe this year. The class traveled up the steps this year and found Miss Young fnow Mrs. Brod- erickj and Mrs. Smith as our leaders. This year we visited the Muncy Historical House and Library. We also started gym classes for the first time. John O'Brien, a new member, was welcomed into our tribe. Miss Keener and Miss Brelsford fnow Mrs. Grahamj welcomed us as we entered into the fifth year of our school life. This year we started changing classes for the first time. Many new happenings, such as Fifth and Sixth Grade Glee Club, the Play- mates Club, and learning how to make wastepaper baskets and jewelry boxes highlighted the year's activities. jean Shipman joined our Reservation this year. Our sixth grade leaders were Miss Gaster and Mrs. Stein. We gained two new students this year, Georgiana Eisenhauer and Grace Marshall, who kept the class going with their witty sayings. If you took a good look around the room, you usually found every corner filled with mischievous students. "Herm" Hartman, to avoid a paddling, ran home during school hours. The seventh year on the "Reservation" we were greeted by Mrs. Arthur and Miss Waldron. This was an exciting year. The students wandered through the halls looking for their classes, and someone always came to their rescue, usually Mrs. Arthur. Many of the boys went out for junior high basketball this year. Betty Pauling and Betty Temple were welcomed into our tribe. Our "Reservation" was led this year by Miss Eustis Cnow Mrs. Lindquistj and M:. Girven. An ensemble was started this year by the 8th grade girls. We started intramural sports in which both girls and boys participated. This year, on St. Valen- tine's Day, Blanche Stackhouse swallowed a thumbtack and was rushed to the hospital to have it removed. Many new members were added to our tribe when We welcomed Betty Feigles, Fae Blakeslee, and the group from Pennsdale. Doris Hill and Grace Marshall were elected to be our 8th grade cheerleaders. Ninth grade was a busy year, with Mr. Schuyler and Mr. Hughes leading us. This year we made an important decision. We selected the course which we thought would best prepare us for the future. The boys were out for wrestling, football, and basketball, with the junior high boys winning the basketball championship. The Ameri- can Legion Awards were presented to Georgiana Eisenhauer and Arnold Reed. Mary Purpuri and Edward Booth Won the Poetry Contest. For our class trip, we went to Hershey Park and visited the Hershey Plant. The Moreland Twp. students were added to our tribe. XVe again ventured up the stairs with Mr. Hughes and Mr. Hess as our leaders. 28 We joined clubs and participated in many school activities. Four new students were added. They were: Delores Rose, Margaret Story, Jean Ring, and Faith Anderson. The leaders of the tepee this year were Mr. Houseknecht and Mr. Colbentz. Mr. Hess, our class advisor, helped us decide on class dues which we paid monthly. Our class play, entitled "Murder Mansionn, was a great success. Our class officers this year were Arnold Reed, President, Ronald Feigles, Vice President, Doris Hill, Secretary, and Shirley Allen, Treasurer. Doris Hill was elected as our representative to compete for Flaming Foliage Queen. Wayne Stewart joined our group this year. Our last tribal meeting on the "Big Reservation" was led by Mr. Reiter and Mr. Myers. The annual magazine drive went over with great success. The Pennsylvania Week Award winners were Mary Purpuri and Arnold Reed. Class officers for this year were: Arnold Reed, President, Ronald Feigles, Vice President, Betty Pauling, Secretary, and Shirley Allen, Treasurer. Our football team came through to win the championship over Montoursville. On January 23, we presented a play, The Inner Willy. ---42Qz:--- I952-53 Calendar of Events September 2 ..... ....,.,......,..,..,....... S chool Opened September 13 ..... October 3 .........,,, October 9 and 10 October 24 ........... October 25 ..... October 28 ....... November 26 .....,. December 5 December 17 January 5 .,,.....,....,.... January 15 and 16 january 23 ..,......... March 27 ,,..,., April 15 ....., May 1 ,..... .,.,.. May 13 and 14 ..,.,.. May 15 ..,.,...,.,..,. May 17 ..., May 22 ,.... May 25 .,... May 28 ..... First Football Game, Canton , ,...... Senior Hat and Sweater Day .....,....,.......Institute Vacation ...,,.....................Senior "S" Day Muncy Defeated Montoursville 7-0 for Championship . ....,...., ,,...... ,.... ....,.... ..........,....... .,..,..... F a s h i on Show ,...........,......,.,.Thanksgiving Dance First Basketball Game, South Williamsport Dance .. Back from Christmas Vacation Mid-year Examinations Senior Class Play, "The Inner Willy" .. Magic Show .,.....Spring Concert-Band and Vocal May Day Ceremony .. .,.., Seniors Final Examinations ., ..... Class Day, Class Day Dance ........,.........,....,,........Baccalaureate .. .Commencement, Alumni Dance .........Class Trip, New York City junior High Commencement 29 Class Will From the wilds of Pennsdale to the metropolis of Port Penn, from the flat lands of East Muncy to the Susquehanna's raging torrents, rings loud our proclamation. We, the class of 1953, being of unsound mind, unconscious of all that we do and why we do it, in our fourth year of confinement in the Big House, do hereby bequeath, bestow, consign, grant, give, and otherwise rid ourselves of all the following items: To the teachers we leave our good looks and charming personalities. Our place at the heacl of the lunch line goes to the juniors. Run-don't walk! The squirt guns, collected by the teachers, are left to the sophomores to use in case of fire. All the degenerated chewing gum wads fall flavors includedj under seats, go to the freshmen. Charles Koch wills his driving license to Mr. Hess, who won his on a punch board. To anyone who lives a block from the school and is too lazy to walk, Cecil Laurenson leaves his car. Leona McCarty wills her generosity of sending Mr. Schuyler a card for all occasions and still get B's in selling, to Dick Brittain. Since crew cuts seem to be in style, Bob Vredenburg leaves his to Tom DeWald. After a class of constant chewing, Faith Anderson wills her tired jaws to Mr. Reiter. A pair of shoulder pads for football are left to Ralph Balliet by Pete Temple. Do you think they will f1t??? One worn-out sheet music of "Mwlaquena" is willed by Wayne Stewart to Louise Werner. To Joanne Solomon, Margaret Story wills her good humor. Use it often!!! So Barbara Pidgeon has something to do during the summer, Rosemary Ellis leaves her, her job at Trout Pond Park. For sale!! One road map and a pair of speedy feet for use in lunch line. Arnie Reed thinks this might come in handy for Shirley Secules. "Bull" Hicks seems to be pleased with the Sparrow Soup Recipe that Jim Robison gave him. Patty Lauchle bestows her roving eyes to Toot McCowan. They're really quite handy!!! Butch Feigles wills his ability to get along with the girls to Louie Baker. One cigarette lighter is left to Pug Miller, by Wayne Magargle. This isn't to be used during school!! Shirley Metzger wills her turned-up nose to Violet Magargle. It seems the boys think it's pretty cute!! John O'Brien sez: Of all my possessions, one have I which I leave to Bob Frey. "It needs a lot of Hxen and will keep you mighty broke. Be sure to watch your shirttail or t'will get caught in the spokes". To Cynthia Guiesewhite, Mary Purpuri wills her ability to write unusual themes. Don't try to get them published!! Elbert Williams leaves his passing grades in tests to all who need them. So you won't have trouble dribbling down the floor in basketball, Fae Blakeslee wills her small feet and height to Ernie Rishel. Donald Blair wills his "Redman" to Phil Story to pass around at football practice. Hey Baldy!! You can throw away your hair-growing tonic now because Yvonne Fenster- macher is leaving you her red hair. Bob Fraley wills his dark complexion to Maxine Martin. Claire Persun gives his nickname "Mousie" to Bill Little to use as "Super Mouse". Shirley Allen wills her laugh to Pete Nicholson. If you see Skip Stroup coming to school on time next year, it's because George Barnes has left him his "Big Ben" alarm clock. 30 Bob Ebner wills his curly hair to Fuzzy Hartman. To Joan Frick, Peggy Lorimer leaves her record to go to school eleven years, without playing hooky. Donna Lowe wills her good-naturedness to Miss Waldron. Gangway!!! Here comes Burp Stroup down the street. Harper Abbott has just willed Burp his driving habits. Virginia Bartlow wills her ability to go baby-sitting and keep on the job, to Faye Freeh. Chuck Davis wills his hunting bow to Roger Wagner. See if you can hit anything, Roger. To anyone in the Freshman class, Owen Gardner bequeathes his five F. F. A. pins. Jack Edwards wills his courage not to shave until the end of the week to Max Stackhouse. To Lee Goodenow, Jean. Lowe leaves her ability to lose her glasses. Merab McKee wills her cleverness to get a pink excuse for being late, without Mrs. Poust raising a hair, to Donnie Marshall. Bertha Narber wills her red hair to Donny Baylor. It's nice, if you take care of it, Donny. For all future selling classes, Betty Temple wills her selling ability. Get the prizes, kids!!! Betsy Youtz wills her temper to Judy Konkle. Don't use it too often, it might get you into trouble!! Betty Feigles wills her ability to talk back to Miss Long and get away with it to Elsie Johnson. Anyone hungry?? Marie Dimm wills her generosity of giving away her sandwiches and buns every lunch hour to Pierre Fritz. One hundred freckles are willed to Donna Lewis by Delores Rose. If there are any left over, she will keep them herself. Jim Schoch leaves his talent in shop to Bill Ring. Arlene Harris bequeathes her ability to graduate from high school before getting married to Patty Moon. To Reba Kahler, Dawn Smith wills her artistic talent. Be careful what you draw, Reba. Blanche Stackhouse bestows her ability in all sports to Ruth Wolfe. Notice all girls!! Hold on to your boyfriends!! Norma Jean Kilgus was left the presidency of the "Go-Get-Em" club vacated by Lois Griggs. Sam Feigles inherits Eddie Booth's center position on the football team. Jean Ring leaves her French beret and her nickname "Frenchy" to Miss Zimmerman. We hope Bobby Artley makes good use of the blonde curly hair and blue eyes left to her by Fred Lewis. They were his prize possession. Herm Hartman wills his fullback position on the football squad to all future fullbacks. To Bill Wallis, Ronny Feigles wills his bashfulness fwhen he's not with Mary Jane.j. Kenny Frey bequeaths his English class conversations to Bill Somerville. You'd better whisper, Bill. Jean Shipman leaves her pass to use the car whenever she wants it to Joann Shipman. To Vonnie Allen, Georgie Eisenhauer wills her love for the colors brown and green. Grace Marshall wills her ability to open her mouth at the wrong time to Nancy Waltman. Betty Pauling bequeaths her ability to get along with Mr. Schuyler to all future typing students. Dorie Hill wills her letter writing arm to Mary Jane Myers who will probably need it next year. Be sure to use it every night as Dorie has!!! We see that Frank Poust has a front seat on the school bus since Bill Frick graduated. To Max Whipple, Catherine Shook wills her ability to take books home every night and then study them. Last, but not least, Eldon Hilner wills his old cars to Buddy Moyer. See if you can get any of them to work!! With this we close our last will and testament, given on Class Day, at the Muncy Joint School, in the year 1953. 31 Class Pledge Since we have achieved the final goal in the tepee of our school, we, the class of 195 3, do hereby promise to carry with us the high standards set for us by our chiefs in order to bring peace to our community, our country, and our world, along with the idea of better- ing ourselves and the generations to follow us. We will also carry out the duties of useful, worthwhile, decent, democratic citizens, and undying loyalty to our school and country in years to come. May God help us in this our pledge. as Motto:-"Learn from the past to prepare for the future" Flower :-White Carnation Color:-Blue and Silver 32 Class Song Words by Leona McCarty and Georgiana Eisenhauer Tune of "There's Something About a Home Town Band" tb .lgpplai -ltllvl, J.-5 W 11.1 U7 P I c 55 tb Jw 1 1' Ll gi.jH,gW91fi,.J.bJ.b Jalal 451-lagl .tal mall Mia QHEAV' wa Mit We wwf r' rt "' Friifffl There's something about our Muncy High, That makes us want to shout. There's something about our Muncy High, That brings our classmates out. Remember Senior Hat and Sweater Day Uctober 3 And Senior "Sv Day on Gctober twenty-fourthi Wherever you go throughout the land, There'll only be one M. H. S. It may be the clubs, it may be the sports, It may be the high school band- The teachers we have, the dances we stage, The subjects, we'll never stand, The games we play, the champions we have, Now don't start getting sad. We hope when you're Seniors you'll all enjoy, The fun we,ve ever had. There's something about our Muncy High, That makes us sorry we're out. There's something about our Muncy High, That makes us want to shout- Remember all the good times we've had here at the high, Here's hoping that you'll do well no matter what you try. Be true to your white and blue, And now we say so long to you. Class Prophecy It was June, 1963, when we got back to Muncy to attend the reunion which the Class of 1953 planned in their senior year. We see that things have changed a great deal in the ten years we were apart. There are now many Indian Reservations and it seems that some of our old classmates are making out fine. As we start walking around we meet Catharine Shook and Blanche Stackhouse coming from the reservation school. Catharine tells us that she is teaching elementary school and one of her students is the son of Mrs. Mary Ciraulo, the former Mary Purpuri, one of our old classmates. Blanche has certainly become muscular since she has been teaching. Maybe the reason is because she is teach- ing "The Arts of Indian Self-Defense", one of the phases of her Physical Education course. From these two we learn that Margaret Story will be unable to attend our reunion because she is competing in the Miss Universe Contest as Miss Indian, U. S. A. Also we are told that the clothes she will wear were designed by Shirlie Metsquer, we remember her as Shirley Metzger, but for her job at M. G. M. she changed her name. A horrible crash rings out and when we discover what it is we find jean Ring picking up pots and pans. She is the owner of a small restaurant on the reservation. She tells us that her cook makes her so mad that she starts throwing the closest thing she can find. Hmmmm-what's that smell??? Walking out into the kitchen we see Buffalo Burgers frying, and behind a big white apron is Betsy Youtz. She tells us she is in such a hurry because her friend Betty Pauling, president of the Muncy Banking Company, needs her help in carrying out her new system of banking-that is-she takes the money home every night. Leaving the restaurant we see two white objects hurrying by. Well, what do you know?!?! Delores Rose, R. N. and Jean Shipman, Laboratory Technician, are late again for their jobs at the res- ervation hospital. Then like a flash they're off again. When the dust clears we notice a tepee with strange drawings on itg beside these drawings are the initials, D. S. As we are examining them we see a familiar face looking around the other side of the tepee. Why, of course, it's Dawn Smith taking time from her job of painting murals in the White House in Washington in order to spread her talent to the members of the tribe. Talking with Dawn we find out that Bertha Narber and Betty Temple are really in the money. It seems that they opened a junior Sylvania and have by this time run the senior Sylvania out of business. Since they are both married, we hear that they leave their children with Yvonne Fenstermacher and Fae Blakeslee, the best baby-sitters on the reservation. As we move on and try to find more news about the Class of "H", we find Eddie Booth and Chuck Davis have reached their aim as successful bartenders down in Hoot Owl Corner. Anything can be seen floating around on Saturday night!!! Harper Abbott is working on a new and faster Hot Rod canoe since he is Chief Catch-em Cop. Seems Bill Frick always manages to get away just in the nick of time. What does this sign say??? DON BLAIR-BIG CHEW and SPLASH TOBACCO COMPANY!! Business must be goodg he always seems to have a little on hand to pass out. Robert Fraley is chairman of the Demopublic Party's big election coming up for Chief Catch-em Dog Catcher. He says he's got it in the net!!! Ronny Feigles took over the "Kill yourself ski tow" on top of Old Baldy. He will teach you everything, but how to ski. Jack Edwards runs the local "Ball in the Corner Pocket" pool room. His dream finally came true. George Barnes and Butch Feigles run a professional football team known as the "Scalp 'em Alive Warriors". They expect to tie for last place this year. Kenny Frey is in the fire department fixing fire plugs, which are broken off by people learning to drive as Marie Dimm is now teaching "The Hell-Driving Course." She always said she wanted that kind of business and she had a good start back in her school days as We all remember seeing her go around corners on two wheels just to keep in practice. We have met a lot of our old classmates, but we will go on to see if we can get more news. Oh, yes!!! Over on -the next reservation we can see some more old friends. Our walk through this reservation reveals many interesting and amusing sights. The first thing that catches our eye is two braves, Bob Vredenburg and Mousie Persun, arguing about who has the fastest pony. Just then Herm Hartman, who has been listening, breaks in on the argument- and brags, 34 "The white man calls me the 'Pied Piper' of the reservation. When I start singing the Indian Love Call by composer, Cecil Laurenson, all the squaws in the place mount up and start after meg but I can outrun all of them on my trusty steed." Well, after listening to this, we move on to see a group of tribesmen forming a council. Beef Ebner, who is the tribal judge, is about to pronounce sentence on john O,Brien and Pete Temple who were found by the medicine man himself, Wayne Stewart, helping themselves to the "Heap Good Cure-All." At the time of their seizure they appeared to be holding up a totem pole. Bob says they will have to wrestle with Fred "Strangler" Lewis, tribal strong man and wrestler. Says Fat, "Ugh, me kill'em!" Moving on, we observe a large council seated around a campfire. They are wrapped in blankets of gay colors woven by Charles Koch, who is very good at this sort of thing. The council, headed by tribal chief, Arnie Reed, is trying to make peace with a belligerent neighboring tribe, whose chief is Shady Schoch. After a speech by the tribal philosopher and orator, Elbert Williams, agrees on peace. Wayne Magargle coughs on the peace pipe and remarks "Ugh-well done." We turn around quickly as we hear an awful commotion behind us. It's Jim Robison and Eldon Hilner fighting over a package of Red Man they swiped from a visitor. Jim throws his tomahawk at Eldon and it just misses Owen Gardner who, not having any movie projector, is entertaining a group of squaws with sign language and smoke signals a short distance away. We think that it is now time to see what is in some of the large tepees. We hear from the grape- vine that it is some sort of entertainment so let's go see. As we go in and sit down we see Mrs. Dorie Wallis-better known to us as Dorie Hill. She is well known as the West's Hill-Billy Song and Dance girl. From what I hear she's really knocking them dead, but that helps her husband's business. Our Patty Lauchle is billed right on the top. She,s the great known torch singer. She makes so much money she now lights her cigarettes with S10 bills. My! What's that cloud of dust around the corner? Why, thatis Jean Arms and her husband jim showing the people how they won the Olympic cham- pionship in Gymnastics. They are now starting an olympic team of their own with 3 small children as their start. Well, we better be getting on our way. Who can this be coming up the street in that snappy blue uniform with that officer holding her arm? just who we thought, Merab McKee. We hear she's planning to make a career of it. Well we'd better hurry if we are going to get to that lecture Lois Griggs is giving. We hear it's on, "Your Personality". She has produced some very good pupils. Donna Lowe has become so good that she has a very high position on the staff of "Charm Magazine" and has Arlene Andrews, fArlene Harris in her school daysj writing the columns on, "How and Why You Should Keep Kids Clean," since she and Andy made a good start by having three in the first four years of married life. Leona McCarty does all their setting for the background and Peggy Lorimer is doing all their hair styling on their special models. One of the girls told me that Grace Marshall and her husband are running a very well known night club and they say you can spend an enjoyable evening watching the floor shows. They say it's cheaper to work yourself than to hire the shows and we hear they are really good since Bill has made a career of singing. One of their steady customers is Faith Anderson. She has made her fame and fortune in the city of "Brotherly Love". She hasn't married yet, she saysg she's giving them all a whirl. She has a trademark that everyone knows. Her, "Out of This World," pocketbooks. My, those bright lights hurt my eyes. Where do they come from All I can see is the sign, "Shirley's Specialu, which Shirley Allen now owns. She tells us she got her start from the "Chere" back in her school days. As we walk in we see twins running around. Since Shirley and Neil got married, Shirley says she has quite a time being a housewife, head-waitress and caring for twins. She then told us about our old classmate, Georgiana Eisenhauer, who now is a popular Airline Hostess. The passengers have quite a time about her long name. They say you can go cross-country while you are trying to pronounce her name. As we walked on trying to find more news, we heard about Betty Feigles buying "Mom's Lunch". She is making quite a big thing of it since she changed it a bit and has all the men customers. We understand her business is good as Virginia Bartlow and Rosemary Ellis are her head-waitresses. They really give you good service. Well, we are all very tired from walking around the reservation and we have heard from all our old class-mates so we will part once more, but we have enjoyed the reunion and we are glad to find that all the class of 1953 are doing fine. 35 Most Likely to Succeed: Boy: Arnold Reed Girl: Betty Pauling Best Natured: Hoy: Robert Ebncr Girl: Donna Lowe Best Dressed: Boy: Robert Vredcnburg Girl: Gcorgiana liiserhauer Most Studious: Boy: Elbert Williams Girl: Catharine Shook Hall of Fame Most Witty: Boy: john O'Brien Girl: Metab McKee Best Looking: Buy: George Barnes Girl: Margaret Story Best Athletes: Boy: Ralph Feigles Girl: Blanche Stackhouse qs! if VS! CLASSES hirsf lfuzr, Imfl In lfiyhf ,loam Huilmzin. Maury Arthur, YUTIIIEI .le-an Kilgrus, Shirley Conifer, Mcrizim chur. Phyllis App. Sv:-mm II-111' Mr. Culilunlz. 7'1'111'Iw1': llim-hnrri KL'llll'L'l'. Nlurylzlnrl Luft, liohai Kzihler, If nyc l+'i-ooh, Elsie .lulmsun. lvsin llnrtlnzin, Rivluzirml llritluin. Tllirrl lfflll' lloln-rt Fry. liicliunl llivks. l lul l"llllSlUll. liallph llnllivl. linlwrl liutlwhzill, 'l'Iimnne lk-Wziirl. Class of l954 Iirsf lfulr, lwff In lfigfhf- .lL'ZlIlll0 Uclml. Shirlvy Sevulcs. l':ltsy linhhins. Freilzi VVnllis, Shirley Milhclim. vrmlfl lfmr- Mr. ll0llSL'lillC'i'lll. 7'wrrr-lwr,' Robert Tulc, Mary Juno Mya-rs. .Immun Shipmzxn. Nancy VV:iltlmin, Ruth Wolfv. lmuisi- lvl'l'lIl'l'. lflllnu Mao Svlu-114-k, Louise l"1n'zell, .lnyuc Sh-pliulis. Gurclnu Stroup. Thirrl 'nu' llngvr lV:ng:m-i'. l'hill p Shnllis. liurl l'nust. liuhvrl xl't'l'llll2lll. Roy Nluurer. liulwrt Slruup, VVilli:un Wallis, Phillip Story, Ilzirvvy Nluyvr, l'l-tm' Xiclmlsun. Ernest liishel, 38 First lkfnr, Lvfl fu lflvflflf .la-:ln ll:n'1llmr. livvvrly Fry. Sllirlcy f'llll'l2llll. Susaxnnn Flin-k. Rulwrlzl Artluy I':lt1'lrl:L Kilznd. Nl:lrLr:lrm't llIll'Lfl'T. llwmm- llalrllnnn. lluvvrly Ilirk. Sw-mul lfwlr- Mr. XVinm-V. T1'lll'11I'I'. Hmm-r llilnor, Rum-1' Kurtz. l.:1u-rn Koch. th-rzllulinc lin-llcisl-11, Shirluy liritlnin. Yvonnc Allan. Iluno Frist. .lunn Frivk. Thirrl lfulr' linln-rl llullznpplv. l"l'Jllll'i llcllcr. NINY l"ci,zlcs, l'lL'l'l't' lfrilz. llnrnlal llitlor. .lon-11l1 ,hnlra-ws. l.nlln-r llnrrln. liunnill linylnr. Sunnny l"1-iglvs. Lynn lln-44. Ka-nm-Ill llill. llnrry Class of l955 I-'irsl I.'ul1', Lrfl fu lffylllf Pzlnl Scilnwl. Jlllly' xvC'l'Illllyil. Nancy Rillvr. lfUl7l'l't Slvlwwr, Sully lkivllalrl. llurlmm Vivlzuun. Manx St1ll'kll0llSL'. Nrrmul limi' Mr. llllUll1'4, 7'r'rrr'lu'r,' SIIIIIIIUI Szxsso, .lnnivu Slrunp. Wilnm Sa-nth-Ill. Iulal Klum- Snlmlnnl. lfzxyv SlIllll1'L'l', l':llly Munn, lflmlnn Ih-ynulrls, Illlllllll lmwis. Sll4'l'IllJlll Nluyvr. 'l'lu'rrl Hun- Willimn Solm-rvillv. I-lllwaml Nlivlnu-I, Lynn Pousl. Kvnnetll Nlnyvr. Ks-nl Snlilll. Yvillllllll Lilllv. William Xa-itll-rluvrgvr, 39 l 5 lirsf lfulr, Imff fu Iiiyfllf Nancy NIcKm-an llnrbsmx Kilgus. .lllllll Hcssler. Lev Gmrrlcmmx .lJll741llL5llll8 Hicks, Ellen KFllllPl', llIlli'L' Fmigg. l.nn-ltn llllll4L'lilll'l'lll. Viulvt llurrick. Cunniv f'lllllIllllllIS. .llllly Krmklu, Beverly Hall. Hwvmul Ruu---Mr. LlIllYll'l'. 1'1'rrrlu'r,' liulrvrl Bzmzlmf. Im liin-hor. Ilmmlal Hunk. Gary Frey. linlu-rt Romer. I.zn'ry l,ElVl'l0ll, Boyd l,l'0l'll. f'lZlI'0lll'C lugclnmn. l':1ul lfviarlcs. .lJllllL'4 lfvl sh-rlll:u'l11-r. Tllirfl lfuu' Curl lliuhcr. .lIllllt'S limlwzllwls, llny linker. Ilmlncy l"l'L'k'll. llurvcy 't'lllhk'lI. fllllll4lK'H f'll'illllH. Jnlm lfllmvr. f'lmrln-4 l.uwv. lium-r f'0l'NllIl. lmwis llukvr. Iirsf lfulr, Inf! fo lfifzhfr -Ruth Swyrlvlz Xumni Yum-11111. lNl2ll'Al0l'll' IR-ppvr. Juno liivlnnuml. Houlzl Swartz, Maury Lee vViIlllSll NUTIIIJL .luzm Nlurruy. Num-y 'l'l'lll1ll0. l'L-gray liubluine. Shirley Ulmnu-iss. l'll'l'll1l Milla-r. f':n'ul Mvckloy, Miss Zimmernmn fwmul lfulr 'llllUlll5lS l'irlm-un. Ilzlnis-I Mc-l'mn't. Gary Sullwcnk. William Ring. limmlzl 'l':1ylor. VVilli:xm 'l'lmm:ls. .Iuy Svllm-ll Xlyrmu Slum-:alll-1', Kay Swnrlz. Nur 2-llxuvnmks-r. Tlfirvl lion' Nylv Yzlgrvl. Iiulrvrt, Rohm. Konm-th Snymlor, l-'ra-ml lvlbl'llllllf.2'lUll llunulll liuwnhulxm. Martin Willinn s, liivluami Ymlcr. .Iuscph Wllitnmycr. .lzxmus Verlm-ulcn, Franklin Poust, Marlin Wertnmu clwill Sicg. 40 First lfmr, Lvff fu Hiylit .Imac llultznpplc. Bcity .lane lillis. Sluirlvy Fciules. Luis Aim lii'l1l1o:lu-rg. Murtlm l'1pri:lni. Nlililreil l'I'1lWf0l'4l. Susan Brnwn. Rita l'ovvl'l. Sluirlvy llznnzllzlrl, Sluirlvy Klullsclmll. Yum-ltu Kinrrlner. Joslyn Fritz. Sl'I'UllIf Ifou' - Nlr. Hzlgzgurly. 7'vrn'ln'r.' Nl:lrjm'iu Dtwvlllll. l,uw:lml:u Dnpp. Rumor l"l':llllz. Lyle llillor. Wayne- D2lll,Z'llL'l'ly. .lussv Lowe. William Lurrilm-l'. Dumm Loo l"'lfIL'lN. Am Jo llilm-r. Putty llvllcr. Tllird lion' lflxlpu-inc Burklmlmlcr. Gurmllm Hill. Rmmlcl Frantz. Rmmlrl llUllSt'lill0l'lll. llilllllll Fry. .llllllk'S llul1'm:ln. .lJllllL'S llzxll. Nlyrlm liL'Yllll. Kilyllllillll Lungs. .'lIINf'Ilf '.lllllll'S Clmsv, .l5Illlk'S l'i':lwl'1n'1l. liollulul lirzly. l.:lrry l.llllL'lllt'. l,:lur:n llil-ln'1'. Class of l957 Firxf Ifurr, Lwfl fn lfiyhl -Hnil Nvufer. Milllreml Wluilv. Ill-tty .lame Iinllnfuss. Virgriniu Springrnmn. .l5lllL'l l.SlllI'9IlSUlI, l-'lorum-Q Story. xllll'jUY'lL' Nlnycr. llvvcrly PEIINUIIS. Wzmflzl Struup. llllllllll. Slicppuril. lllilm-11 l'0l'Sllll. Sylyizl Smith. Srfruurl Hou' - Nliw Wuldrml. T1-nr'ln'r,' .lnmilim llmism-km-4-lit, B:u'lmr:l I.uv:ns. .lulm Xvllll2llllSllIl. Frank Nlumv, Rim-lizml Vl'zu'g. .Inlm Suxinam, .Xlfn-1! Suyslcr. lililwzml Nlrl'uw:1n. Sylvia Wliilmoyvr, .-Xml Svilvn-lli:l1l. l'l'Zll'l Nliulmol. Thiral Ifmr lk-llwrl Sumw. llrmnlil Xicklcs. Jmncs Nll'l'Jll'lX, William Kitty-r, William Stvwurt, lluimlcl W. llllllil. llmmlrl L. Voust. limlncy Opp, limlgzvr Lupnlll. Wllllnm Stnuffer, 41 First l1'uu', Imff In lfigfllf l'l1yllis l'l'lN'f'lll'4l. l'vli:1 l'w0IlSli'l'llllll'llL'l'. l'l1yllis llmmfli. NIIIIUY DL-w:1l1l, Maury Allll Allen, Rim-l1:11'1l Fry. l.:11'ry Fry, lli:111:1 Fry. Nlalry Gvist. Do1'iQ lilnir, 1i:1il Bl'Yf1lp.C'lk'. Nl:11'y Allll l"lll2'0VY4Yl'tll. Svvunizl Ifuu- Mrs. Al'llllll', 7'w1r'ln'1': Ulllllll' licvili. JJIIIIKN Ilutsvlnzill, li:1lpl1 llih-s111:111. Kclliwtll Illmlwiiwls. Willi:1111 Ileivly. Kv11110tl1 Ilairtluw. lizly llulikvs. lJu11:1l1l liutsm-l1:1ll. liuis lfilllLZ'll2ll'f. K:11l1ry11 liiuvukv. 7'I1ir1I Ron' I,y1 Il HllllHt'kll0l'llt, l'1ll!Il'lll' Hull. lCu11:1l1l Fry. llairy Alln-11. l'l1o111:1s Allllflrll. .l11111e-s Arlloy. HUllt'l'l lla-rr. fiibrlllrll C'l1:1s0, liillll' lliltor. linlwrt fill'YUlI. Class of I958 gg First linux lmff fn Higfhl 'Ruby Nl1'l'ny. Allll S1-lurolcy. K':11'ul f'lll4I0lll'Jlllll. l4Z111111:1 Malloy. Ruth Allll Lowe. Alice Liltlc. Nlillj Webster, fvtbllllik' N111'he1', Allllllllbll IX ills-r. Num-y Nliisscr. Sl'1'llllIl Hmr Misw Willucrs. Tr'1rrl1:'r.' Rita l'i1lg:en11. Kay lla-ss. 'l'l1u111:1s Sllllllllilll. .luck Pzitriziu. .IIIIIUN KOIIIIKWIX, l'l1:11'l1-s VVe1't111:1l1. .lzxlm-s SL'lIlll'lllt'l'. 'l'l1ull11z1 llzlwk. Ga-l':1l1li11u 'l'ilI1111'y. Third lfuu' Arl:111 Swzirlz. lJu11:1l1l M tcluultn-c. fililylllll Sululimli. lfll4l1111 R1-ml. l"r:111k 1.1-1-vin. llulo Sclivliuk. Dougrlzis Sl11w111:1kc1'. William llc-ivll, l'ill2'9llP Riwhel. Ronall u'9l'lIllilll, Be1'11:1rcl Shork, William SHIIIIIIPTS. ,-lbswnf Alyvo l':11'so11s. K1-111 Rnsrcr. Joh11 Lone. 42 g Ln. ' -1h l .. I-'irsf I.mu'. Lt-ff Yu Ifigflil t'atrit-ia Anngst. Doris Craig, Dunna Ainlcrsml. Sanmlra Alexamlcr. G0tPl',Yi2lllIl2l WValtman, Xanq Zarr. Mary Wolft-. lla-lures Smith. Itt-in-vt-:1 lirovv. Juan Ann Wnmtlt-V to 1, ' nniu Bair. Javqnclinc Wiser. Sw-mul Rau'--Mrs Stine. .ianivc Swim-rrillt-. Kathlt-vn Whaln-n. .Iuannv Punst, John lin-Vt'alit. David Yuutz, Ilavitl Fry. John ltlnglv, Larrv Grnvvr Barbara. Book. Linlla tirizuw. Juan Nlartin. Third lluu' Stn-phi-n Wlwtstmn-, Rohm-rt Struup. Kenna-th liarilner. .luwilpli Rust- lh-nmw t-arrtm'r. John lvniplc, llunalnl l'mln-rhangrli. Jaim-s iuilllit, la-tm App, l'anl Slit-:ith-r, 'I'L-rry SL'ilW0llk. A Firxf l.'1m', Lwff in lliyhl- Ynanita Fry. llarhara I.uwv. Sydnio lflva-mimi. Kay Ilallict. Pearl Sheridan. .Iuyuo Sclnn-ictvr. Ross .Xnn llanlvy. .Ioan Ruhins. Ilarrict tfuiulvs. l':itrim-ia Walton. Sffmnrl lfuu' Ilnmthy vl'l'Illl'tlll'Il. Varuiyn Applegzatu. Jlllly lltlIl40klll't'itf. Itnhn-rt Nlnwwr. Saunas-I Walkvr. Allt-n Smith, Rirharml Rhnno. tit-urge XVhitv. lla-tty Nlillt-r. la-una Hall, Shirlcy Mivhalv. Tllirvl lfflll' ltnwwl Dnnty. 7'wurlwr,' I.arry Smith, Kenneth Lcv. ltuuvr Ih'0irlin::vr. llavift Wcnzol. Michael Erlrialgv, Komlru Ainlvixmi. Rnlwrt Bin-hvr. Marshall Dapp, Larut' Banzhart. Jamew ifvtter, Norman Hawk. .-thsffuff Samuel Gregg, Sandra Sctirmlcy. Snrn Gray. Firxf lfmr, I.r'1'f fu lfiflhf-f'Marslla lontcnnasc, Sally Banzllaf. Isalrel Malloy. Sandra Feifrles, Kay H1lllSkxkllt'L'lIl, Gail Scllively, Llilllflfllr Sllaner, Phyllis llawk, 'l'er'y Dirner. .lnmly l'rawl'm'il, Joy lives. .luyee Eyes, Ann Patrizin. Sanrlra VVallmi. .lean llall, Wrmnl I-mu' Miss Gritlilll. 7'wn'larr,' Ronald llnlmli. Slierlnan Lnpulcl, Stephen Kewl. Connie Iimiseklievlil. l,in1la Maurer. .lune Xnslazlt, Nancy Snycler. Keith SlIlL'llllllit'l'. l'llarles Svnll. Franklin Seller. Lila Lee Ililner, Shirley Kessler. Sandra Frick. ll,lll'1l1i'1lll' Gary liclwarcls, StephenAnclersnn.l'arl lJeil.1i0nalmI l'0m'nmn. VVillian1 Peterinan, Reggie Gardner, Ric-llarml llill. William llanley. Mirliai-I 1,1-nnarml. XVaynv Iiisllel, lvllllillll Slrnnp. .fllnsvnf -.lnrly Cleaver. liuhliy Meyers. Class of l96O Firsf lfrnr, Lvff to High! Evalyi Gardner. Connie Lee. Sally Cunnnings. Gloria Covert, .Iuyce Selialfer, Ann Burger, Mary Anim Ilartlnan. Elaine Smith, Ruin Ann Gray. Nancy llielwr. Sylvia Sc-lmcli. .Insi-pliine Cipriani. Kay Senseinan. Ann Gantselu. , . Nlargaret Savnan. Hrwfnfal' Hun' Miss Keener. T1'1lI'fll1l',' Illillip Danley. .lnlnn Felix. Lee Anderson, Nancy l'eppcr, Iris l'onl'er, Rllllllrxllll l,m-eh. Donna, llliner. Carul Slnitli. Luis Ahlmtl. Palrieia Ilnynv. Gary Bennett. llunnvnn Shultz. Duane Shultz. Tliirfl Ifllll' 'lllll7Ill2lS Heirly. lill'll5ll'll Williamson. Iiohell l'es'liinr. Harry Frey. 'llnnnas Scott. Charles Phillips, Vlyile Huusekncn-ht. Eclinuncl l:0L!lClH2lll, Steven Collier, Iiivliarcl Akers. Tlmnias Eflwarils. Robert Flayllart. 44 Fir-sf Rm:-, Left to Right-Sharon Keyser. Bonnie Gardner, Shirley Harris, Carmilety Hnuse, Donna Ritter, Marian Patrizio, Austinu Tilbury. Connie Hill, Joanne Feigzles. Nancy Michael, Ishe-llc Gregg. Sw-ond Row-Mrs. Smith, TPm'hFr,' Betty Svlnnerlt. Carol Fctter. Gloria Smith. Manx Bin-in-r, Wnyne Frye. 'l'ln-nrloro Engle. Bernnmline Speary, Nam-y Corsnn. Connie Sunvs. Tlzirrl Hou' Ell1I0ll9Gl'L'0ll, Ralph Buck. Runny liiclmrt, .lmnvs lingrn-rs, VVnltl-r Levnn, Duvirl Meserolc. Ric-lnlrml Johnson, finrrlnn xvil5ilhlll'll. linnnlll Hill. l,u1'ny 'l'0IllIJIL'. JEIIIIUS Mnihcrs. Class of I96I First Rvzr, Lwjf fu Riflllf- .Ioan Hnrtlnnn. Glnrin .l:u'ksrm. Ann l.nn,f. NHIIVY XVenzeI. lislrbnru J:lL'ohs. Linfln L00 Artley. Carol v6l'lllL'lllt'll. Mary llvlle D1lYL'llIlUl'f. Slnlrnn Scnlt. l':1ll3llStl'UUD. Nr'f'ml1lIi'1ur Mrs. Puff. TI'!If'lII'l'.' l'eg:,fy Ann Smith, llulurcf Nlsllloy. I.y1li:1 SilL'l'ldJlll. Nlnlrulln Muir. SfCIJllL'll Opp, Sft'llilL'Il Frantz. lirinn Kvnnmly. Bcity She:ltlcl', Dianne Dllgfllll, Linllai llnir. Kay Kvpnur. Thirrl ffffll' -Wnync Sngror. .lanncr l'iYK'llllCll. liyrnn liussell. Ciuu1g:ul.l1p0lll. .lusvph f'lDl'i2lIli. .InhnINlycl's.l'ly1le liiilcllu. Lzlytnn llniluy. lisly Ruihfuss, Curl Hzlwk. JEIIIICS Mussvr. 45 lfirsf ffIIll', lmff fn Riffhf -.lurlith Fonfcr, Farolyn VVhvtstone. Mary White. llarhara Scott. Lucella Smith. VVilnia Rose. Nancy N ihhins. liarhara Martin. Darlene Jacobs, Nauuy l,on,s:. Sl'l'1PIlIlRllII' Mrs. Stahl. 7'1'ru'l1v1'.' Iliana Furgenon. Susan llilcline, luiauita Hohac-k. llicharcl West, Dennis Warrr. .lauu-s Shcatlur, liohort lluuscknucht. lflllrlic Hill, Illillicout Burger. Rao Ann K rifrgs, Susan l4L1lri1lg.:c. Thirfl lfllll' l"rc1lcrivk Koons, lionalml Ul'l'k'Il, Keith liJlg.l'L'l'. lioualrl Stas-khousc, David l'eppc1', James lluut, S2llllllL'l NIL-Carty, Harohl Nlillcr, llalu lfishur, JJIIIIUS Gray. liynn Phillips, Class of I962 lfirst lfulr, Lrff fo Ifiyflifwlluuric-tta Holzworth. Ha-len l,llIl4'l'llillI,2'll. Arlvnv Yagrvl. Karen Dirner, Kathleen l,Jll',fl'9l'. B2ll'lD1ll'1l loust. Susan l'll0cg:or, Virginia ,loh isou. Fhcryl Siu-rizlau, Farulv lluIT'inau. Swrrmal lfolr Miss Shook, 'I'vnfl11fr,' Nlary Gottschall Ruth Shook, Patricia llapp, fiarrvtln Kirkuor. Rim-harml Cotncr. Dale l'cppul'. Nancy Svhell, Rohr-rta Frey, Rita XVGYUIIZIII Nloha llicllllc. Tllirrl lfnu' 'l'honlas lvlllllllilll. Gt-o1'g.:v l'lUllPl'klll'l'llt, llarolml Lowe. Ycrland Spriuglnau, Garcy AlL'XilllIlCl' Iohu VVilli:uus, Riuliarll Arthur. lit-orgru Stanton. .luhll Mclfuaigt. limlwarrl xvCl'tlllilll, Gary Ragvr. 46 Firsf Hun-, Lffff fu lfiylll -.loyre I,nwtun. Mary Ann linthfuss. l':1ul:n Illrivh, .lnannu Cipriuni. Judy Knrsm-llner. Connie Wvsf. l'L-nny Si'llllL'lllL'l'. .lane Jllllllblllll. Susan Lyons. Szlnflrsn ZJIIT. Swami lfvru' Mrs. Gomlennw. Tl'!ll'1H'l'.' Rnlzlllrl MUSS. Janne-s lllnir. Illlllillll Ss-ott. Fralnk I"L'llSfCl'lllill'lll'l'. lJun:ul4l Hl'L'll1'lSCll. Dunzllrl Iluhb, Vl'illi:nn Kiuisl. Stanley Rll'll1ll't. Thirll Hun- Ulivcr Sumw. .lzlvk Williams. William Sunil. Max INlim'e1nuyc1'. fizxry 511021112 Stk'jllll'll Mussur, Robert Tolnplc. .lzunes H1-rr. .lnlln Imwll. tin-urns llalwkl. .llmfnt -l':lHy liu1'stctlc1'. Class of I963 424. L -- Firsf l.'mr, Lwff fu Ifiyfhf -f'ln'istinu llrittzlin. Nznwy Nluycr, Judy Ann liitlcr. ffl'2ll'0 llnlzwnrtll, Susan VVuml. Bonniv l'm'el't, ,qlHll'0ll Nluscrulc. l,in1ln llUllSK'klll'l'llt. .lnmlitln Winmlur. Sfwnul lfllll' Mrs. Marin' F. M1-rrcll, 'I'wr1'l1c'r.' .lzlm-t Stuvkllnlxse, Jun Slnullc-. John Zimmcrmzm. liuhort Sllllllllilll. Stunlvy Mc'K':n'ty. lluvill Alcxsnnler. William liiclnml, Rnnulrl l'nnst. Erlwurrl Smith. l,in4l:1 Wisur. Third Hun' llulu-rt Millcr. l+'1':,-mls-1'ick Ilcilnmn. Jnlun llmlurnu-l, Sirvc VVulrlron, VVilli:1n1 St'llSClllil,ll, Dun- xnlrl Hill. William Malloy, Russell l'i1lm'0e, Cllzlrles Ricllurt. Rohm-rt EflXV2ll'lIS, Donallcl VV:1It0n. 47 Class of l964 Firsi lfozr, lmff to lfiyllf Sandra Kenne- dy. Imagine Melfarty. Nancy Mauro, l'hyl lls Sellers. Bonnie xv2lSlllllll'll. Judy Nixon. ludy Anderson. Linda Marry. Patty Me- 'arly, Donna Kessler. Wanda Feiirles. rr-ourl lfou' Mrs. Diee, T1'ru'Iwr: Madeline Reed. .lanel l't'lt"l'lll2lll. Matthew VVhite. Al her! Irvin. Terry Riehari. Donald Gray. liohert Else. Gary Bontoniawe. .lohn Miller llarley Fry, Gretehen Luft, Kathy Lon I'llir1I 1.'ou'- Ilarry Slaekhouse, Gary Lani bert. 'lhonias Griggs. James Stroun. Gary Barlo. Kenny Hilner. Ralph l'llliQIll'lll2lll. .Iohn liilier. Janxes Plankenhorn. Gary llrelsforal l'h4nnas Muir. E . if ,.. W l Firsf 1111113 Left lo lfiyflzt---Marion Hunl, Nancy Ilarlnan, .Ioy Shipman, Diana Dunn. Doris Gs-ringer, Carol Burkhart. Carol Winder. Ruth Reed. Mary Lou Lowe, Ruth Lowry. Candy Seotl. Sharon Dugan. Seroizrl Ron' -Miss Koons, Ten4'lu'r: lllillllllllfl Luft. Carl Riehart. Harley Warren. Robert Toni- linson, David Michael. Richard Opp, Perry Berger, William Brooke. Dennis Simons. Gerald Burkholder. Tlzirrl Rou'fKevin Kennedy. Donald Gordner. Eddie Heineel- lnan. Edward Burkholder. Robert Baker. Larry Girven, James Harmon. Donald Feeling, ll'lllllIlilS llritlain, Ronald Speary, Terry Snell, Frayer Page. - A 48 Firsf How, Lrff fo lnllfllllf-'JCEIIIIIC George. Jane Miller. Charlotte Miller, Margaret Mefahe, Palsy Robbins, Barbara House- kneeht. Gail Miller, Lois Shaner, .lean Ill- mer, Marilyn Uorson. Swonrl Rua' Ron- ald Barto. Carl Jaeohs. Irvin Telnple. Don- ald Herr. Bcity Hieks, .Ioyee Johnson, Donna Feigles, Joyce Karsehner. Mary Ann Mathers, Dale Konkle. Gary Stutz- nlan, Kiehard Fisher. Gerald lfriek. Tliirll I?uu'4Anmlrew Prentice, Jalnes Miller. VVil- lianl George, Robert Johnson. Lee House- kneeht, Dean Anderson. Michael Rosen- baum. Gary Craig. Timothy Fensterinaeh- er, Raymond MeCorlniek. Grant Nuss, Roh- ert Tobias. Mrs. Mellarty. Tr'm'l:er. Firsf Rvzr, Left In Riyhf-Catlileen Neitz, Susan Armstrong. Marie Barnes, Kathryn VVoocl, Susan Maciejewski, Catherine S1-henck. Kathryn Brown. Cnclmwe Feigles, Carol Shipnmn. Phyllis Green. .lane Sehoch. Mary Dugan, Connie F2lllIlStUCk. Susan Cuniphell. Ginny Rohm. Mary Catherine VV:1lclron. SffronrlHn11'fGzlrry Ritter, Keith Housekneeht, Keith Snyder, Ronald Cur- ley. Mark Hester. Henry Little. Mielmel Myers, Daryl Eclwarrls, Larry Lowe, Jay Gordner, Steve Poust, John Neirlerberger. Third lfozz'--l':1t1'ici:l Feigrles. Eugene Gurmlner, John Louell, Gary lnrwe. liivky Shoemaker, Michael l'0tQ1'IllZlll, Jack Bzinglmrt. Ulenwoorl West. Ralph Kenrer. Billy Milheiln. Linden llnusekneeht. Absent- -Sharon Bontninn, Sharon Chzuuberlin, Bonnie l'1,Qfli, Harold Jacobs. T1'nr'lu'11-Miss Nlllllj' Brueh. Kindergarten First Rm:-, Lwft tn Hiyllt-Cylitliia Lziiclncker, Suzanne Stanton. Mildred Burger, Patty Ynfgel, Sally Bower, Kathy Hager, Dolores Wilt. lflllllil Mnust. Marie Warren, llnrlmru Harrison, Nam-y Miller, .lane Martin, Jeanne Kistler. Roberta Bieber, Desiree Billlllll, Dara Sll2lIl4llll'k. Sf'Y'UHfl lfU1l"l,lllll'illl King, 'l'honms Holtznpple. Edward Speury, Glenwood VVeSf, Lee xV0lll9lSll0l'f, .lnlnes Garflner, Robert 0'Connor. Jerry Ilnuse, Steven llreneisen, Gary Heivly, .lllllllly VValt0n, Bobby Heyl. Tlzirrl Huzr- -Bruce Wenzel. Robert liosenbnurn, Frank Sherwood, liruee Ruhr. Dnvicl Ault, Bill Derrick. Riclmrcl Andrews. Twwlwr- Mrs. Mengcs. Absent llwig-:ht Long, Robert Pimlgzeon, Hownrrl Sprout, Tliomus Trilnhle, Ronulcl Page. 49 Pennsdale First Hozr, Left to Riyfht-.Iuditli Gruver, Nina Davis, Patricia Wertnian, .Ioan llall. Helen Carson, Marjorie Webster, Candace Carlueei, Marcia Rothfnss, .I ea n e t t e Young, Linda Stein. Serum! RIPIIFYBIITITZI- ra Griggs, Lynn Fronnn, Grace Loriiner, Doris Carson, Donna Gortner. Betty Car- son, .loan Baker, Joyce ML'Carty, Beverly Hall, Roberta Fook, Mary Hoffman. Third Ifllllffxvllllillll Chaplin. 'l' h o in a s Davis. Kenneth Fry, Ronald Hilnes, Jasper l'ar- sons, Ronald Wilson, John Gray. Kenneth Mm-Coy. Carl Swartz. F o ir r t li If 0 uv4 Jerry Stauffer. Roger Bee h t, VYillialn Rothfuss, Roger Solomon. Richard Fry, Peter Brandt, Tllllllltlbi Springnian, Howard Davis, Gary Bubh, Peter Carlncei, Paul llerinan. Tf'll1'1lt'I'7N1lSS Nell Matter. 50 First Noir, Left fu Rifzlif-Charles Craw- ford, Ruth Ann Brown, Ruth Lorinier, Dale Wilson. Barbara Bennett, Eugene l-'ogelnian, Donna Bauhle, Candace Booth, Chauncey Baxter. Judy Houtz. Srfmml Nou'-Susan Worthington. Edna Carson, Roger Young, Timothy Gruver, Christo- pher Saxlnan, Helen l'nust, John Young, Gary Burgard. Linda Fry, Betty Elliott, Dale Marie Ryder. Third Ron'-Daniel Poust, Donnette Tubbs, Ted M. Dougrerty, Garry Solomon. Margaret Fry, .lack Mc- Coy, Michael Wood, Roy Swartz, Steven Youngr. R. Thomas Reynolds, Ruth K. Wentzler. .ludith Springman. Fuifrfli Row ffleorge Weaver, Genevieve Little, Con- nie Gardner, .lean Rothfuss, Richard Griggs, Richard K. Chaplin, Charles Laueh- le, Sandra Hall, Connie Fry, Kenneth Poust, Barbara Ann Stroup, Mark VVood. Tc'r1f'lir'r--M1's. Carl A. Selillfr. First Hair, Left to Right-Mary Ann Lori- lner, Patsy Adams, Dorothy Mn-Coy, Dale Hessler, Robert Murphy, Connie Hall, .lane Stanffer, Charles Young. Second Hou-- Shirley WVGIUIIHII, Joan Miteheltree, Mary Ruth Stroup, Donna Daugherty. Nan VVnod, Barbara Fry, Bruce Hall, Grant Swartz. Third Route-Harold Lauehle. V i r gr i n i a Poust, Ilarhara Tubbs, Gladys Yocuni, Au1 drey Little, Jane Baker. Barbara Elliott, Joyce Hes-sler. Tl'llClll'l'4-NHSS Maggie A. l-'a,f.rne. ..--xi.-!.'. L I N I I ., ' Ov HF.-1-Y 'I 6 x V' f I. O Q 0 7 10:31:10 , jf 7 -5- MICZYU' ACTIVITIES p 5 I953 Canusarago Staff N wi -:-: ,J i .Q if 'Y x A, . mfg - W A' N 5 " A .Q yy aim will , 1 ,1-, . V 2 Q 3 flqg Cmiusrzrzzyu Editor GEORGIANA EIiSENHAUEEi BETTY PAULING Can usnrrryu Business Zllmmym Each year the senior class puts forth their yearbook. Into this major project goes a lot of Work. The editors of each department are responsible for the material that goes into this book. They deserve a great deal of credit for their work which makes this book possible. GIZORGIANA I21slNHAU1,n ,. 1j0RIS HII,l. ., .... , BETTY PAULING . . ....... PATTY LAucHi.i: . ROSIEMARY ELLIS .. MARII-I DIMM ..,... . , ,. SH1R1.I-,Y AI.1.i.N . BLANCHE STACK nous!-, DAWN SMITH .. ..,.. .. Yearbook Staff . ,. Erlilor-in-Chief . ll.v.vi.vh111l Eflifm' . .. Blfxinvsx Mamzgvr ,. Typing Eilifur . ..Hornsroju' Erlilor Sllbsrrifwfiml Ezlilor Mixrrllmzmzzx Editor . . ,.Scniors Eililor .. .... Art Ealilor JLAN Lowi. ,. ., VIRGINIA BARTi.oxv Lora GRIGGS .... .,. Rolslaivi' EBNLR , Romlkr VRlfIDIiNBUIiG ARNOLD R111-.D ,. ji-.AN SHIPMAN ., , MR. REITILR .. MR, COBLLZNTZ Hixiory Proplarry .Aclirifivx ,........,....Sfworfx Azlwrlixirzg Photography Ezlilor Effilor Edilon' Ezliior Ediior Ezliior Ediior Arlviscr Adviser First I-31:11-, Left fn Hiylzf- Donna Lowe. Arlene Ilairris. Betty lfeigles. Shirley Metzger. Fnith Anderson. Margaret Story. De- lores Rose. Shirley Allen. fliltllilfillk' Shook. lfne lilzikeslee. Betty Tennile. Nlnry l'nrpul'i, Betsy Yontz, Jenn Ring. hIEl'2llD Nleliee. Yvonne l"ensterninelner. Nw:-mul l.'nu' Marie llinnn. Jenn Louise Lowe. Virginia Hnrtluw. Knsenmry I-Ellis. lllnnehe SlJli'lill0llSt'. Luis Griggs. Georfrizlilau l'llwl'IlllJIll0l'. Iz'rI1'fvn'-in-!'11i4'fy Doris Ilill. ,lssisfmlf Eriifnr: Robert Ehner, Robert Vrerlen- llll',L'. Arnold Heed. Putty Iizinehle. Ilnwn Sinith. Betty l'5lllllllLZ'. Tliirrl 11'4lll'- -.It-:ln Sliipinnn. Snnilrai linker. James Robison, George Barnes. Cecil liJlllI'L'llSUIl. llnryier Ahhutt. l'l1:irlt-s Davis. Kenneth l"i'ey. Donnlil Blair. Franklin T0llIlll0, .Inek Ecl- wairrls. JIIIIIOS Sc-llneli. Iililuwiril Booth. .lnhn U'lh'ien. ltnnnhl Feigrles. Frell Lewis, lfllhert XVilli:nns, ltnlph Feigles. Grace Nlnrslmll, I,enn:i Nlet':irty. The Yearbook staff is proud of its product. It represents the combined efiort of the senior class. Special ap- preciation is given the committees and business managers for producing a book of excellent content. Sffrrterl----Nli', Reiter. Sfmuliny-M11 Cohlentz "" -:" Each year the students put out their own publication, the CANUSARAGO. Assigned to work with them are two members of the faculty. These advisers aid the students, by giving suggestions, going over the many problems that confront a group when they are publishing a major book. We sincerely thank Mr. Aaron Coblentz and Mr. Williaiii Reiter for their kind help, suggestions, and work in helping to publish our yearbook. Scoop Staff First Row, Seatvrl From Lafft fn Right-Delores Rose. Dawn Smith. Mary Purpuri. Catharine Shook. Arlene Harris. Betty Pauling. Assisfmif Erlifnr: ltonalml Fvigles. Editor-ine ffhivfg Lois Griggs. Patty Iiauvhle. Grace Marshall. Doris Hill, .lean Lowe, Betsy Youtz. Business Jlmuryvr. Svroml Run- f--' Edward Booth. Sandra Eaker. Marie Dimm. Jean Shipman, Margaret Story. Rosemary Ellis, Leona Meifarty. Donna Lowe. Georgxiana Eisenhauer. Shirley Allen, Blanche Staekhouse. Ralph Feigles. Third lfmr- Robert Vreclenlmurg. George Barnes, James Robison, James Svhoch, Harper Ahhott, Fred Lewis, Donald lllair. .Iaek l'illNYill'lIS, .lohn 0'Brien. Kenneth Frey. Arnold RL-eil, lwlnbert Elmer. First How, Left to Right- Robert Wertman. Jurly Vermilya. R ella Kahler. Faye Freeh, Barbara Pidgeon, Yvonne Allen. Jerry Ih-cncisen, Shirley Brittain, Roberta Artley. lcla Mae Soloman. Peggy Barger, Nancy Ritter. Donna Lewis. Joann Shipman, Homer Hilner. Svroml Ron'-Rolieri lloltzapple. Meriam Bieher, Elsie Johnson. Edna Mae Sellenck. Ruth Lucas, .loan Heil- man, Phyllis App. Maryland Luft. Yvlary .lane Myers. Lois M0l'owan. Ruth Wolfe. Joanne Solomon. Louise Porzelt, Jean Uclen Donald Xl-irehfill Third Hou'-Robert Stroup. Ivan Hartman. Paul Seihert. Lynn l'oust, William Sommerville. Ralph llalliet. Paul Funston, .Robert 'l'ule, William Wallis, Earl Ponst. Gordon Stroup. Philip Sholtis, Roger Wagner, Roy Maurer, Max Whipple. 54 Student Council-First Semester I"1'rsf Urirr, Lvff tu liiylll I.:1rry4I,:lui'Iulc. I'c,z,zy Rllllhilli I!:lrh:ll':l I'iflgcun. Fri-ilu VV:lllis. Arlene Ilzirris. .lvun hllllllllilll. 51'f'l'l'flll'f!,' Phyllis App. Ih-VI.-l'ly Fry. Luo Kimvilcmnv, l,:irry Fry: Nrfrvmrl lfllll' Kubcri Kliilll-I. Kelli Smith. llmmlil Nlurwlmll. 7'w1r.wrrw1',' fin-m'::o lizlrm-s. l'ir'v I'rvx1rl1fnl,' .lJlIlll'S Iiulnsnn. I' 1'1', Q ffl vfff Y: William FOINHII. l'im-rrv Fritz. llmmlml Book. Student Council-Second Semester Iflrsl l.'n1r, Lwjf to Ifighf l"!'0fl:l Miller. .Iunc Ilcsslvr. lh-lures Ruse, 7'rff1lsurwr,' Marie Dimm. Serra- uru: Ilvumlnl Iilsur. In-ff I'rrsirlf'nf,' Iiuhcri Yri-iii-1lImi'g:. l'rrsirlvfnr,' .Immun Sllillllilll. .lnmi H-ill: 1 m nm, Wrvmrl Ifuu' I-Ilrlon Rt-oil. .lvun Kislriliicr. NEIIIUY Ritter. Sill'l'lllJlIl Muyur, Sum I-'cigzln-Q. Ilmmlcl Rosell- lmun. Manx Whipple. Ivan Hzirtlmm. .lt-ssc l,nw0. Curl lit-ihcr, 55 Quill and Scroll Seufvrl, Luft in Iflflllf7GL'Ul'2lilllll Eisonlmucr, Betsy Youtz, Sf'l'l't'flll'1l'Tl'l'lYNllTl'7', Betty Pauling. SPFYIYIII Hun' -CIltll2ll'lllU Shlmk. Dolores Ruse, l'l'E'Slll11llf.' Maury Purpuri. Miss zlllllllerlllilll. ArIr'isv1',' Doris Hill. Putty Laluclilc, Jenn Lowe. Tlzirfl lF11ll'-- Robert Vreilenburg, Ronald Feigrlcs, Arnold Reed. Journalism Club Svufrlrl, Loft fn Rigid--l'ntsy Iinlmhins, Donna Lowe, Belly Pnulingr. Shirley Sevules, Joanne Sulmnon, Catliarine Shuuk. SMH mul Ruiz'--l':ltly Lsluchle, Blanche Qtill'kll0llS0, Gvurgizum Eisvillinlu-r. Dawn Smith, Bzlrlmrzn Piilgeun. Butsy Yuutz, Swim' EI'fur' Miss Ziinmerinun, A-lflz-isvr: Robert Holtznpple, SUQJIIUIIIAUI'-" Efiiffnl: Mary Purpuri. Erlitrn--in-Cliivfgu Mvrirnn Bieher. 4 1 , Jnnim' Erlitorq Juily Verlnilyzl, Shirley Allen, Jenn Shipnmn. Tlurrl lfuzlf--bniullwr Pinker, Joyce Stephens, Luis lnigrgzs, AIIQHC Harris, Peggy li0l'lll18l', Marie Ilinuni, Juan Lowv, Leona Mm-Curly. Jerry Bl'9ll0lS0ll. liolwrtn, Artley, Nnnvy Ritlcr. Shirley Brittain. Delores Rose. Maury Arlln.r. Yvnnnc Allen, Robert Struup. Folwfll ffflll'--N0l'lIl2l, Jenn Kilgus. Doris Hill, Grace Mur- shull, Phyllis App, Joan Heihnnn, Edna Male Svllenck, Nlnrylzlnrl Luft. Ruth linens. Luis Mciluwnn. Mary June Myers, Margaret Burger, Elsie Ellen Johnson, Rehn Kahler. Shirley Cunfvr. Shirley Milhcini. Fifth Hou'-Rlnhergllflliner, Arnuhl ' v v'- 1 'ana' ' I 'fir uw , ,, ' vr - 1 J 1 Q ' -. K lik-eil, Rnhert Vreclenhurg, Edward Booth. Pied Lexus. Runnlil l'1.1,.lcr., Ralph l4L1,,lu., Junk ltllvl-llllb, Ollll in onnc i Frey, John 0'Brlen, Mnx Whipple. Roy Mnurer. ,.. ull Tri-Hi-Y Senhfrl 1"rum Left fn lliyllfi illeverly Dirk. Beverly Fry, Faye Stautfer. .loan lleilman. Yvonne Allen. llc-nc Crist. Susanna lfhek. Nlargraret lialzer. Shirley lionfer. .Ianiee Stroup. Louise Porzelt. Mary Arthur. Meriani llieher. Phyllis App. Sawmill lion' -Lois NICLUXYZIII. Mary Jane Myers. tieorgiana Eisenhauer. Doris llill. Grave Marshall. .lean Shipman, TI'0llSlll'I'I'.' lllanehe Staekhouse. Presirlent,' Betty Pauling, Vive I'rexirl1'nf.' Mary l'urpl1ri, Sl'Y'I'l'fIII'!l,' Roberta Artley. Sally Riehart, Naney Ritter. Jerry lflreneisen. lmla Mae Solomon. Third lion'--Miss Moyer. :l!II'fS1'I',' Delores Rose. Edna. Mae Sehenek. l'atharine Shook. Betsy Youtz, 1'atrieia Kilgus, Faith Anderson. Shirley llrittain. .lean Lowe. Marie Dimm, Pegzgv Lorimer. sllllllllll i Arlene Harris. I-'nurtli 11'UIl"lJtlflllll ,' '1 4 . leverly Miller. Naney Waltmau, .lean-Utlen. Maxine Martin. Leona Me- larty. Ruth Lueas. Ruth Xloltv. Sandra luaker. Ivlffli Hou' Maryland Luft. Donna Lewis. lflclna Reynolds, Patty Lauehle. Shirley Allen. Shirley Seeulee, ldlsie lllllen Johnson. Sixth Run' - Norma .lean Kilgus. Dawn Smith. Donna Lowe, .loan Garllner, Shirley Milheim. .loanne Solomon. Patsy Rohhins. SI'l'!'Ilfll Ima' Ileonne lflartmau. .loyee Steplieus. Louise VVerner. Reba Kahler. Faye l"reeh, Shirley l'ipriani. Freila VVallis. liarhara Pillgreon, Patty Moon, RUS0lll5ll'y Ellis. .Iucly vfflllllyil, Lois Griggs. Hi-Y Fl:-xt I'goIl'. Left to lx'ffl1lf7KCllll0fll Moyer. Samuel Sasso, Paul Seihert. VVilliam Sommerville. George Barnes. Vive 1'l'l'SflIf'Ilf,i ljlmllkllll TUIIIIJIO. T1'1'lINHl'K'l',' John U'lll'lL'll. l'rexirIenf,' Ronald Feiirles.N1'rretrrru.' Max Staekhouve Rohert I-lo't7appIe Sherman Moyer. Rohert Sterner. Sw-onrl lfola'-Wayne Spriuz. Ellwarcl Miehael. Lyinn l'ouSt. Kent Smith. Ivan l'lA2ll'tlIHlll: Robert XVertman. Itohert Vreclenlnurgz. Owen Gardner, Robert Stroup. Donald Marshall, VVilliam Vi'allis, William Corson, Roy Maurer. Tllirrl 1'i'Ull'W'll2Il'llktl' Ahhott. James Robison. t'eeil Laurenson. William Friek. Kenneth Frei' lflrlwarll Booth Vunew Sehoeh. Arnohl Reed. l-'reel Le-yvi-a. Jaek ldmlwaircls, Ralph Fcizles, Claire l'ersun, Donalrl Blair, Roiiahl Hartman. illxayiie Stewart, Robert Ehncr, Clmplam. 57 Q Q 1 ! Nl Cl u b L+ f' lx W S K , ff i Q 3 Booster Club First Rolf, Imff in lfiyllf--S:nlnll':1 linker. Nlernli Nleliee, Jenn liingr. Ruth VVulfe, Vim' Prr1sirIrfnf,' Shirley Allen, Pr1'si1lf'nf.' Jerry Brencisen. Sf'I'l'1'flll'!l mul Tl'P'lQlII'l'l'.' .lnniee Stroup. Malrylzinll Luft. Swfnul Huw--l'ntrieiu Kilgus, Pzllty lAllll'ili0. Nlnry .lzlne Myers. Grave Nlnrslmll. Doris Ilill. Lois lklm-C'ow:nll, Nzlney vviliilllllll, .lonnn Shipnmn. linliertn Artley. Mnrgznrel Burger. Sully Ribililft, Nancy Ritter. Maxine Nlnrtin. Jenn Ullen. Shirley Seeules. Tllirll Hun' Mr. Hughes. .-lrlris4'r.' .lean Shilnnnn. Putty Muon. Donna i,llXYl".-Fl'L'li2l Wallis. Rehn Knhler. Faye Freeh. Blnnehe Still'i'iilUllSt', Betty Feigles, RUSUIIIZIYY lflllis. fi0Ul'l.ZiZlllll Eisenlmner. Dawn bniith. Shirley fiillfilllli. ll:1rlm:lr:1 Pimlgeun. .lnlly Verniilyu. Deunne Iiilfilllllll, Louise VVL-rner. Yvonne Allen. Lois lirigrgrs. Delores Ruse. l"rnn'll: Huw- Ruth l,ne:1s. Nlnrie Uinnn. Dmlnn Lewis. Louise l'urzelt. Shirley Uonfer. Elillll xillt' Sehenek. f'Jltil2lI'iIl0 Slnmk. Shirley Brittnin, Leann Nlefalrly, Nivfilllll Bieher, .lnnn l"l0lilll2lIl. Phyllis App. Beverly Miller. lfllsie Jollnslnl. l'L-ggi' Lurinler, Arlene Ilnrris. Firsf Hun' lmff fn Ifiglllf Riehalril lliltnin. Willizun Little. Svrfmrl lfuar-Ronnlml Feigles. EiiVYill'li Buotli. Robert Vrerlenhnr,u', New-l-f'frrl'11.' i"'l'ilIli'iiiIl Tenlple. iieorgrl- Bnrnes. TI'l'IISHl'I'l',' .lnlnes Selmeh. lfllmlun Hilnel'. Third Hull' .luck Ellwnrcls. Iioheri 'l'nle. l'eeil Lillll'k'llSUIl. lllnrl l'1n1sl, Rzllph Feizles, f'l'1'NlIlt'llf,'i4'l't'li Lewis, Roy Nlnurer, Kenneth Hill. Xviiiiillll Wallis. .-lbs ent -Ronnlrl Hnrtnmn, View I'resirIenf. 58 Junior High Glee Club i . ef, Q ' . s fi Q5 ,gb l 2 f A A - .. A .. - 4. Nwrfwl From Lafff fo Ifigfllf -Ava .lo llilner. Pimiisf: .Iohn VVilliainson, .Iohn Patrizio. Rodney Opp. Nyle Yagel. VVilliain Ritter. Kent Hager, Sw'ull1lI.'oll'f Nlarjory Dewalrl, Jane Holtzapple. Betty .lane Ellis. Lois Grnneherg. Shirley Feigles, Patty Heller. Joanne llonsekneeht. Florence Story, Norma Jean Murray. Connie Cunnnings. Alive Little, Mary Ann lflrlge- worth. liarlsara Lucas. Pearl Miz-hael. Tllirrl Hou'-Mrs, Delsite, l7lI'l"l'fUI'.' Sylvia Smith. Ilene Persun. Donna Mae Shep- pertl. lVanlla Stroup. Peggy ltohhins. Nlary Lee VVanish, Nancy ll'0lllPl9. Susan Brown. liail llryfogle. Geraldine 'l'ilhl1ry. Nlary Ann Allen. Carol llilzlehranll. l'l1llIl'f,l Row--I.yle Bitler. Alfred Snyder. Myron Shu-atler. Larry Lawton. Carl llielier. liohert Rlllllll. Donald Book. Ira llieher. Frank Moore, Thoinas Stntzlnan. Avllllillll Stewart. .lesse Lowe. Senior High Glee Club Swlfral Frou: Leif fo Riyllf Mrs. Delsite. llirer'for.' Sanrlra liaker. Faith Anrlerson. Fae lllakeslee. Shirley Confer. Louise l'tD'l'Zk'llf.4ll6g!.Zj' Loriiner. 'Nancy xvillllllilll, Shirley Sem-nies. .lean Lowe. Margaret Story. Shirlev Metzger. Catharine Ghook Xlihna st-nm-111. Nancy Ritter. Sally ltieliart. Roberta Artley, Jerry lireneisen. Svroml Ifolr lit-orgiana lllisenhaner. llorie Hill. Patty Lanehle. Grave Marshall. .lnrly V0l'lllllyll, Barhara Pirlgreon. Rosemary Ellis, Leona Nlefarty. Nlllflillll llielier. .Ioan lleilnian. I-'aye Freeh. Donna Lowe. .lean Shipman, Mary l'urpnri. Lois Mt-Fowan. Virginia llartlow. Yvonne l"0llSfk'l'llHll'llQ'l'. Phyllis lApp. Nlarylanzl Lnft, Marie llinnni Nlaryi .lane Myers. Ruth Lueas, Shirley Allen. Third lfmr Max Stan-khonse. llonahl h 1 I' Nlars Q . harles Davis. l'aul Seilmert. ltonert Pliner. Vl'illiain Uorson. ltohert lloltzapple, Robert Yertlenhurg. ltonulcl Hart- man. Jack l-Zclwarrls. Robert Stroup. Arnolcl Heed, Paul Funston. Wayne Stewart, Roy Maurer, I-'red Lewis, Cecil Lauren- son. Claire Persun. 59 Fifth and Sixth Grade Glee C ub First lfuzr, Imjtliu Iflflhf-Mrs. Delsile, IJirr'1'fnr.' Barbara Lowe. Kay llalliet, Gail Sehively. Ann Patrizio, Lila Lee Hilner, Sandra Fl'lCk. Linda Maurer. June Anstadt. Sally llanzhaf. Marsha Buntomase, Sandra VValt0n. Kay Housekneelit, Sandra Felgrles. Connie lluusekneeht. Shirley Kessler. Joanne Puust. Georgziana VValtman. Serfmrl Huw-I'atrieia Walton, Caruyln Applegate. Elaine Smith. Patricia Doyle. lrlvalyn Gardner. Fonnie Lee. Ruth Ann Gray, Josephine Cipriani. Juyee Sehaeffer. Ann .Gautseh.. Carol Smith. Naney Ilieher. Mary Ann Hartman. Mary VV0lfe. Jean Anil Woodley, Kathleen Whalen. Joan Martin, Fannie llair. Delores Smllh, Sandra Alenxander. David Ynutz, Leon App. Jack Eilgle, Barbara Book. Third lfrrlrf Ann Sehimley. Pearl Sheridan, Terry Sehenek. Gary Edwards. Steve Anderson. Richard Rhone, Riehard Hill, Ruger Breitl- lll,2ICl'. Michael lflilriilge. George lVhite. liuhrert Musser, Larry Smith. Samuel VValker. Michael Leonard, liohert Flayhart. lllrhhl' Nlrers. ltuhert llieher. .Iaims Feiter. Samuel Gres, Kenmlru Anderson. l'aul Sheatler. Richard Williamson, Phillip Dan- ley. Steven Collier, Joseph Ruse. Librarians First Razr, Left to Hl!lllfffR9Yt3l'll' Dirk, Beverly Fry. Faye Staulfer, Juan Heilman. Yvonne Allen. Ilene Crist. Susan Flick, Peggy Bargzer, Louise Porzelt, Jan ce Struup. Shirley Crmfer. Mary Arthur, Phyllis App. Serfnzd Row 'VVV -Mary Jane Myers. Luis Mefuwan, Geurgriana Iiisenlmuer. Doris Hill. Grace Marshall. Nancy Waltman. f,'npfuin,' Louise Werner. C'np!uin,' Nleriam Bieher. CfIpfuin.' Elsie lil en Johnson. Cupfrrin: Shirley Artley. Sally lliehart. Naney Ritter, Jerry llreneisen. Ida Mae Salomon, Tllirrl Rau'-llelures Rose. Mary Purpuri, Blanche Staekhouse, Betsy Youtz, Patty Lauehle, Shirley llrittain, .lean Lowe. Marie Dimm, Peggy lurimer. Arlene Harris. Tliirrl I-Toll'-Sal1cl1':1 Baker, Fay Blakeslee. Jean Shipman. Mary- land Luft. lflclna Mae S4'll0lll'k, Leona Mefarty. Ruth Lucas. Ruth VV0lfe. Fiffh Rowe--Shirley Metzger. Dawn Smith. Donna Lewis. Miss Lung. ,'llll'lH1'l'.' Shirley Allen. Si.:-fl: Ron'-Betty Paulin,-1, Margaret Story, Donna Lowe. Jean Gardner, Shirley Milheim, Joanne Solomon. Shirley Sec-ules. Patsy liuhhins. Serenfl: Ron'-Virginia llartluw. Nurma Jean Kilgus, Yvonne F0llStt'l'lllill'llk'l'. Reba Kahler. Faye Freeh. Shirley Cipriani, Freda Wallis, Bargara. Pirlgeon, Patty Moon, Rosemary lflllis, Judy Vermilya, Lois Griggs. The Band First Row, Left to Right-Patty Kilgus. Barbara Kilgus. Second Rfl1l'iMilT5' Lee Wanish, Betsy Youtz, Norma Jean Mur- ray. Lee Gocxlemnv. Jenn Garmlner, Gail Bryfngle, Shirley Clpfllllli, Shirley Brittain. Juan He-ilmsili, Ruth VV0lfe, .lame Hultziipple. T,lfI'1lR1Ill"-.lllCl5' Verinilyu, Larry Lawton, Ruger Corsun, Jenn Lowe. Nancy Ilittvr. liuhertu Artley. Putty Holler. Doris Hill. Susan lirmvn. Phyllis App, Connie flllllllllllllli Frcrlu Fxlillcr. Nlilfllll WL-rtninn. .lily Si-luwli. Lois Mc'- Cuwain. l"UlII'f,l Hou'-lluy Blnurvr. .Xrnnlrl R01-rl. lfrcil Lewis, l':iul Suilncrt. li4llJQ'l'i Struup. William Smnurvillc. Max Wllipplc. William Cursun, liairl SlI0t'lIlElliQ'l', Lynn lless, Myron Slii-aitlcr, lfmxik Heller. Band Director MR. CLARENCE GOWERS has been drilling and preparing the Band for their annual spring concert. Mr. Gowers is a resident of Muncy, and wc salute him for his fine work with thc Muncy High School Band. 61 F. F. . qf'llfl'!I-'NIII XVlllll?l', A-lrlrisvr. Firsf lfillf, lmff fn Riyllf--Ilaiviml Winter. Ruherf Bnnzlmf. Curl Bieber, Peter Nicliulsolih Tl'!'lISllI'l'1',' Cl5ll'CIl09 l"ogvlin:un. l':lul Fcigrlus. Iizlrl l'o11:-af. l'V1'si1lc'uf,' Picrrv Fritz. Sl'f'I'1'fIll'll.' Emlwin Seig. .lzlnms Fenster- nmuher. Erlwnrrl McCarty. Swv-unrl Ikon' Lcwis lislkur. liuynnnnl livzlns, l'hilip Story, Svntinvlg Ruger Wagner, Owen Gurd- ncr, Viva l'1'1'si1I1'nl,' liuhcrt Fry, Vllflpling lilclon Hilner, Donallsl Hicks, lliullzilwl Kcnlrer. Patrol Boys First Hozr, Lvff to RifIlIfgTll0lll5lS Stutzman. Roger Lupold. Lane Bitler, Robert Girven, Jesse Lowe, Eldon Reed. Bernard Slnmk. Jan-k Paitrizio. Dale Sm-honck. Raymond Long. Lyle Bitler. Gurdon Chase. Lynn Hnuseknecht. Larry Lanvhlc, Rod- ney Opp. liiclizirrl Wzlrgr. Swvmrl Noll'--Calrl Bielwlx Earl Sll0E'Ill2lkQl'. Fflflfflilllf Robert Kemrer. Marlin VV9rhnal1, Dmmlcl Bunk. .lulni ldlniur. Rmnilcl 'l'aylnr. Nlyron Slit-:itll-1'. Ray Baker. Donulcl ROS0lllJ2llllll, William Ring, Runalrl 'l'nylor, Jauncs Hnffnnin, Gary S4-hwcnk. Dnnicl Mct'o111't, Iinry Frcy, Ruger Curson, Boyd 1.-rcch, Alfrcrl Snyder. Williaun Stewart. Im Biebcr. 62 Junior Class Play First Row, Left to RiglitgBeverly Miller, Shirley Milheim, Louise Werner. Nancy Waltman. Maryland Luft. Second Rowgkalph Balliet, Donald Marshall, Phyllis App, Robert Stroup, Mary June Myers, Wil- liam Corsou, Ivan Hartman. "Crazy But Cute" The Junior class play was presented in the school auditorium on March 19, 20, 1953, at 8:00 p. m. This is the second main social event and theatre production that is produced annu- ally. The play was under the direction of Miss Jean Zimmerman, a graduate of Bucknell University and language teacher of Muncy High School. The audience acclaimed the show a hit. Dan , .,,..... .. Mrs. Dover .. , Mr. Dover Uncle joe Oscar .. Hlgby .. ,... .,..,.,,....,,.....,.. , Donald Marshall Louise Werner Ralph Balliet Robert Stroup ,.,....,Beverly Miller Ivan Hartman CAST Susie ...,, ,. Nancy Waltman Phyllis ....,,.... . ..,. Shirley Milheim Kathy ......,.,,.....,... ....,.. M ary jane Myers Mrs. Dopenduffer ,. ..,,.,..,,.. Phyllis App Gladys .... .. ..,.. . . .... Maryland Luft Killa ....,....,..,,.. .,...,....,........,... ,...... W i lliam Corson Crazy But Cute takes place in the basement rumpus room of Danny Dover, age 15. Dan's mother thinks that it is time Danny learned the amenties of a gentleman and behaved more sociably with nice young girls. To this end a tea party is given, a kind of impromptu "coming out party" for Dan. Instead of coming out, Dan comes in! He comes in through the window over the upright piano where Gladys Dopenduffcr, bespectacled mama's girl, plays sentimentally and not too well. To the horror of his mother and guests Dan comes in wearing a homemade diving gear ffive-gallon tin can with hose connectionj over his head. He's practicing diving for abalone shellfish. That settles it! Danny will simply have to learn social grace. Mother springs into action which involves Dan's easy-going dad and glamorous cousin. Result, mother arranges a date for Danny for the celebrated Surf Club dance. Dad and cousin do the same, neither knowing of the other's arrangements. Dan unwittingly and bewilderedly finds himself with three dates for the he doesn't want for a dance he isn't the least interested in. All Dan alone to go on with his Hshing. How can a fella take three dates dancing and dive for abalone It takes an hour and three quarters of hilarious confusion to get Dan dilemma. same dance-dates wants is to be left at the same time: Dover out of that 63 Senior Class Play First Row, Left to Right--Delores Rose. Grace Marshall, Putty Lauehle, Shirley Allen, Betty Pauling. Sea-und Rflll'fJ2llllf'S Robison, Arnold Reed, Doris Hill, Dawn Smith. Ralph Feigles, Fred Lewis. "The Inner Willy" The Senior class play was presented to the public on January 23, 1953. The audi- torium was filled to :apacity. The curtain rose promptly at 8:00 and fell at 10:15. The play was acclaimed a great success and everyone enjoyed it. CAST OF THE SENIOR CLASS PLAY Willoughby Adams . ., James Robison Mike ...................., . .... Arnold Reed iunt Ildester ..,,.... ,..,...., B DaWnPSnF.ith Miarybelle Turner IVIAII Shirley Allen unt ouise .... ., . .. etty au mg I Aunt Olga ..... ,,.,.. D elores Rose Trudy Malshall """ ""' G race Marshall Inner Willy E H U In Fred Lewis Janet Marshall ...... .,...... P atty Lauchle Stanley Clark . . ..... Ralph Feigles Carol Martin .... .. ,,..... Doris Hill SYNOPSIS The entire action of the play takes place in the living room of the Adams home. The scene is thc living room of the three maiden aunts, the Adams sisters, who lovingly, but completely smothered Willoughly with attention and protection all of his sixteen years. Inner Willy enters into the picture in the first act and keeps the audience in laughter until the end. As he is Willy,s "Inner-self" he can be seen only by Willy and therefore causes mariy confusing incidents in the Adams home. I-Ie unwittingly turns from a quiet, bashful boy into a bold wolf with three dates for the Senior Prom. Inner Willy comes to his rescue and he ends up with the right girl. 64 Senior Class Play . asv ' STUDENT DIRECTOR OF THE CLASS PLAY It has been the custom of the director of the senior class play to chose a student to help with directing and producing of the class play. His duties are to assist the direc- tor in the following manner: see that the committees function, help with the com- mittee work, post rehearsal hours and dates, keep in contact with the stage crew, etc. This year's student director was Robert Ebner. DIRECTOR OF SENIOR CLASS PLAY Miss Irene Withers was the director of the senior class play, The Inner Willy. The senior class extends to her their greatest thanks and appreciation for her hard work in spending night after night rehearsing the cast for the final result. Miss Withers has been directing the senior class play for three years and each one has been a hitg which is a fine tribute to Miss Withers. Flaming Foliage Queen With all the eleventh grade girls competing, Joan Heilman was chosen by the student body to represent Muncy Joint School in the Flaming Foliage Contest held at Emporium, Pennsyl- vania. Pennsylvania Week Winners Sfnurling, Left to Right4Mr. Muslnl, Arnold Reed. Mary Purpuri. A test on facts about Pennsylvania was given during Pennsylvania Week and our two high scorers received cash awards. 66 May Queen and Her Court Sffmrliuy From Lvff fu Rifzllf-I':1tty Lauehle. Grate Nhrshflll feorgiana I'N9I1ll'ill9Y' NlRTg'll9t Story Qll1'1'1l,' Bl2llll'll9 Sf2ll'kll0llS0. Doris Hill. Faith xllilllhllll Srrlfffl Lee Coorlnoxxe P11111-rss All senior girls are in competition for the title of May Queen and her attendants. The girls are chosen by the Senior High School stu- dents. From the freshman class, the Junior High School students choose a princess. These girls participate in the May Day Festival. Miss Margaret Story was chosen by the senior high school to be Queen of the May Festival. Miss Story hails from Pennsdale and is the second girl from that part of the school district to be chosen May Queen. Miss Story will be Muncy's entrant in the Laurel Festival at Wellsboro, Pennsylvania. 67 Chapel Chairmen Seated nn Stops, Lf-ft fu Right'-V-Mary Purpuri, Doris Hill. Ser-and Row--Betty Pauling, Arnold Reed. Third Raw-Robert Vrecienhurg, Robert Ebner. Sfrmding From Left to Right4Ronald Feigles. Georgzizuia Eisenliauer, Wayne Stewart, Grace Marshall, Robert Frimley, Sandra Eaker. Every member of the senior class serves for three Weeks on a chapel committee led by the chapel chairman. Each committee has the responsibility of conducting devotions, making announcements, and providing entertainment at the morning chapel exercises in the auditorium. All who served expressed appreciation of the training received. Junior Class Cfficers Seated- fRohert W e r t m a n, President. Smnrliirg, Left to Right g Phyllis App. Trvrisurm',' William Wallis, Vice Presi- dentg Louise Werner, Secretary. 68 ,F 5' Q6 Q fl gf? lx ., in C X X 4' NX x '0 fi " xx SPO RTS Athletic Advisors STANLEY T. SCHUYLER IRVIN T. HESS Football Coarh Assistant Football Cmrrlz Wrestling Coach Boys' Physical Edurntimi Terzvlim 2 X 'Q 1 , ' z 0 5 . VVAKD L. MYERS GEORGE B. HOUSEKNECHT Vfl1'Sif!l Brlslwtluzll Couch Junior Vurxify Busketbrlll C0ru'll Blf1'l"I'Y JANE MOYER ROBERT S. HUGHES Girls' Physical Eriurutimi Tcnchwr Faculty Adviser of Sports Senior High Cheerleaders Kneeling, Left fo Right-.Joann Shipman, Grace Marshall, Nancy Waltman. Sermid Row-Barbara I'iclgr-on. Georginna Plisenhauer, Yvonne Allen. The Cheerleaders are elected in their sophomore year and receive their letter in their senior year They are in charge of the Pep meetings and cheer at the football, basketball, and wrestling games. The students and the cheerleaders are always behind the teams throughout the year. Junior High Cheerleaders First Rnlr, Lefl to High! Rosalie Stroup, Doris Blair. Gail Bryfogle. Semizfl Row---Jalle Holtzzlpple, Ilarlmra I,,u1-as, Lee Gooclenow. The Cheerleaders are chosen from the student body by vote taken after tryouts are given in the audi- torium. T They lead the students in cheering at basketball games when the Junior Varsity plays a game. They can go out for Senior Cheerleading in the next year if they wish to. We Were Champions First Row, Left to lligrlit--l'ierre Fritz, .lay Sehoeh. .lack Erlvvarrls, Rielmrtl Brittuin, Donald Blair, Eda wziril Booth, Frziliklin Temple, James Sulmvli. Robert xvl'0fl0lll!llI'g', Dnlmlil Feigles, George Barnes, Romxlcl Hartmann, Ralph Feiglcs, 'ru lieiher. Shernmn Moyer. Sw-mul Ron'-Stanley Schuyler. Cum-l1,' William Wallis, Donald Roselihuuii. Hill'lJ0l' Abbott. Phillip Stow. William Little. Robert Hultzupple. Robert Slerner. liolut-rt Frey, l'1:i'l SllUl'lllilkk'l'. Sum l"'cig:les. .lzimus lililxmrzls. Gordon Stroup, Robert Rohm, llonzilcl Nlzirshzill, Rulivrt ll urllnsln. Irvin lless, Assisfnnt f'1lfI1'Il. Football The Muncy High School football team completed its finest season in the school's history by winning the West Branch League Championship. The highlights of the season were the convincing 38-6 Win over Watsontown, which ended the last year's champs, 16 game winning streak and, of course, the thrilling 7-0 win over Montoursville, which clinched the championship for Muncy. The only loss this year was to the Eastern Conference Class A Champs, Coal Township. In this game the outclassed Indians fought a game battle before losing Z4-6. The following members of the squad are members of this yearis graduating class: Robert Vrendenburg, James Schoch, Franklin Temple, Ronald Hartman, Donald Blair, Ralph Feigles, Jack Edwards, Harper Abbott, Ronald Feigles, George Barnes, and Edward Booth. This year,s co-captains were: Ronald Feigles and Ralph Feigles. 72 Sept Sept. Sept Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Nov Nov. 19- -Muncy Muncy Muncy ....... 4-Muncy 11-Muncy Muncy 2 S-Muncy 8-Muncy 15-Muncy FOOTBALL 0 6 38 , .,.. 18 32 i . 32 ,. 7 19 .. . 13 '73 In honor of taking the championship of the West Branch, Conference, the Muncy joint High School was presented with the trophy shown at the left. Con- tinuing the form displayed by last year's team, who so narrowly missed taking first place in the league, this year's squad, with a few veterans and newcomers, combined their efforts with determina- tion and hard work to give them a beau- tiful trophy for their showcase. This is the first time in ten years that a Muncy High School football team has received this honor. SCORES Canton ...,... .,,.... ...,. 0 Coal Township ..... ., ,. 24 Watsontown .... ., .... , 6 Mifflinburg ..,. 6 Trevorton .,.t .,... 6 Montgomery . ,.... 12 Montoursville ....t ...., 0 Renovo .... , , , 7 Dalmatia .... .... 1 3 arsit Basketball First Hou-, Left to Righff-William Wallis. Robert Wertman, Ronald Hartman, Ronald Feigles, George Barnes, Ivan Hartman. :Jw-und Row-Kenneth Hill, Robert Vredenburg, Jack Edwards, James Edwards, Homer Hilner, Max Stackliouse. This yearls squad ended a successful season by entering the Class C, P. I. A. A. Playoffs. In this contest the Indians lost a close decision to Ringtown, 53 to 51. Some of the highlights of the season were the early season wins over our strong rivals, Hughesville and Montoursville, snapping their winning streaks at eleven and eight respectively. An unusual game on the records was the 19 to 16 victory over Watson- town. This game ended in the second period after a dispute over the Indians, freeze- cifense type of play. The team throughout this year was led by seniors, Ronny Feigles, George Barnes, and Ronny Hartman, who teamed up with Ivan Hartman, Bob Wert- man, Bill Wallis, and Kenny Hill to present a. successful team. One of the features of this year's team was their ability to handle the ball. The squad next year will have four experienced players returning. This year's squad loses the services of five seniors who will graduate. They are Ronald Hartman, Robert Vredenburg, Ronald Feigles, Jack Edwards, and George Barnes. VARSITY SEASON RECORD Muncy South Williamsport ..., Muncy ,,., 64 Hughesville . Muncy Lewisburg ........ .,., I vluncy 42 St. juseph's , Muncy Danville ...,. . Muncy . . I9 Watsontown Muncy Lewisburg ...... . Muncy 45 Montgomery Muncy Danville .....,.....,,.. Muncy 50 Montoursville Muncy South Williamsport Muncy ..., 44 St. Mary's Muncy Alumni ...........,,.,,. Muncy , 4, S7 Hughesville . Muncy 'Watsontown .. .. . Muncy ,..,,.. 44 St. Joseph's . Muncy Muncy Muncy Montgomery ..,.. . 'vlontoursville .....,. fit. Mary's ....,. . Muncy PLAYOFF QClass CQ Sl Ringtown Junior Varsity Basketball First Row, Left to Riglzlw Mr. Houseknecht, Coucltg Edward McGowan, Earl Shoemaker, Robert Rohm, Ray Baker, Donald Rosenbaum. Second Rim'-Gary Allen. Donald Book, Rodney Opp, Richard Warg, Donald Poust, Eugene Burkholder, Ray Bankus. Third Row-Eldon Reed, Raymond Long, Richard Fry, Larry Fry, Larry Lauchle. Absent-Franklin Moore. The junior-high basketball team closed their 1952-S3 season February 23 with a 44-39 win over the junior high champions-St. Joseph. The Muncy team placed second in the league with a 9 and 3 record. For the second straight year Muncy has Hnished second-M game behind the champions. St. ,Ioseph's record was 10-2 fthe two losses were at the hands of Muncyj. The team will lose the services of Earl Shoemaker who all year sparked the team by his shooting from the Held and on the foul line. Earl is the only junior high player in the history of the school to make over 300 points in one season. Robert Rohm, the pivot man, despite his lack in height, did an effective job at this position. Bob's defensive play was excelled by no one. Pete Baker's rebound ability and his jumping top plays accounted for many of our victories. Pete's services will certainly be missed next year. Eddie McCowen's clever ball handling, drive-in-lay-up shots, faking, and shooting, was a big asset to the team. The team lost four of the starting five-only Frankie Moore returns. Next year's team will be small and inexperienced-although 7th and 8th grades did play four games this year. Their spirit is excellent, giving us a quality that cer- tainly is necessary to produce champions. SEASON RECORD Muncy .. , ,. , 20 Roosevelt ,,,,...., ...... 2 4 Muncy ,..... .... H ughesvillc , Muncy ...,, ..... 3 9 Lcwisburg ....... ....,. l 9 Muncy .. . , Stevens , Muncy ..,.. ...,. 4 0 Danville ..... ...... 4 1 Muncy ....,, .... B loomsburg Muncy .,... 48 Lewisburg ...,... ...... 3 9 Muncy ..,,., St. Joseph Muncy . , . 40 Stevens ....... ...... 5 0 Muncy ,..... Watsontown Muncy . . .,... 44 Danville .. ,..... 20 Muncy ...... Montgomery Muncy ,.... ,.... 5 2 Watsontown ....,....,.. 33 Muncy Mrmtourgvillg Muncy 36 Montgomery ........,. . 20 Muncy ,.... ,... S t. Mary's ., Muncy 24 Roosevelt ..... ..,... 3 3 Muncy ,..... .... H ughesville ., Muncy S0 Montoursville .....,.... 31 Muncy , Bloomsburg ., Muncy 26 St. Mary's . . . 29 Muncy .. .. ..., St. Joseph Won Fourteen-Lost Eight. 75 Wrestling First Raw, Left to Right--Larry Lawton. Daniel McCourt. Earl Poust. Sherman Moyer. Cecil Laurenson. Robert Tale, liielmril B1-ittain. Donald Baylor. William Little. Phillip Story, Ralph Feigles. Fred Lewis. Mr. Schuyler. ffurrrlz. Swami Hou'---l.ynn Poust, Franklin Poust, Gordon Stroup. Lynn Hess, Barry lleilllartz, Max Feigles. San Feigles, Luther Barilu. llarolel Diller. Pierre Fritz. Jay Sellocll, Clair Persun. This year's wrestling squad completed its finest season in history with ten wins and five losses. Coached by Stanley Schuyler, this year's team set three new records in the school. For highest individual scoring, Richard Brittain with his 13-1 record had an all-time high of 72 points. Earl Poust set a new win record with his fourteen wins to one loss. The team as a whole set the highest total point record for a season with 413 points. Cecil Laurenson and Ralph Fcigles were chosen by their teammates as honorary co-captains. Members of the squad who will graduate are Cecil Laurenson, Fred Lewis, Ralph Feigles, and Manager, Clair Persun. SEASON RECORD Dah' Oplmnwit Mumjy Opp. Plan' Dec. -Mill Hall ....,.... . .,.... 42 13 Home Dec. 18-Burnham-Derry ....,... .,.,.. 1 2 30 Away Dec. 23-South Williamsiuort ..... ..,... 3 1 9 Awuy Jan. -South Williamsimort ...,, ,..... 3 0 19 Home jan. -Wilkes-Barre G. A. R. ..,, .,.... 3 S 18 Horm- Jan. -Hughcsvillc ..,.. ........., ...... 2 5 24 Away jan. -Sunbury ,..... ...... 4 8 6 Away jan. Williamsport . 3 45 Home Jan. -Mill Hall .... . ...... 34 I9 Awuy Jan. -Lewistown ....... 14 28 Aufuy Feb. -Lock Haven ..... ...,. 2 3 26 Home Feb. -Mt. Carmel .... ...... S I 3 Home Feb. --Shamokin .,.... 9 36 Away Feb. -Hughesville .,... ..,.., 2 S 18 Home Feb. -Mifflinburg .... ,..,.. . .. 31 20 Holm' 76 Gym Team Firsf Ilmr, Left fu lfiyhl- Robert Stauffer. Jzunes Hull. Ro-miie Stroup. liarlmm Sheppalrll. Jean Lowe. Roberta Artley, Yvonne Allen. Blemche Stznekhouse. Dorie Hill, Alfred Snyder. Rodney Opp. Setwzfl Huw- I-lurl Shoemaker. William liillgr, Louise Porzelt. Shirley Bflttillll, Nznney Mc-Kee. Leona MeCzn'ty. Ruth Wolfe, Shirley Cipriami. John Williamson, Dmmld liosenhnum. Tliirrl Hou'-Clmrles Ciraulo, Robert Hollzapple. Echlie hli'f'0VVJlll. Diek Brittzlin. Fred Lewis. Cecil Iinurenson, Ralph Reigles, Jim Sehoeh, liohert 'I'ule, Harper Ahhott, Iidwzirml iWl'Cill'tY. Absent--Ilaivvil Smith. This year's gym team, under the guidance of Mr. Hess and Miss Moyer, has completed a great amount of work. Besides traveling to other schools to put on entertaining shows, this group sets an example for the rest of the school in their gymnastic abilities. Some of the apparatus they work with are: the parallel bars, high bar, horse, spring board, and, of I course, tumbling on the mats. The mem- 3 bers have put on food sales in order to finance uniforms for the team. Some time in the future, the gym team hopes to have a trampoline to use in their work. 77 CECIL LAURENSON JAMES SCHOCH FRANKLIN TEMPLE AIACK EDWARDS Senior Letterwinners RONALD HARTMAN FRED LEWIS ELDON HILNER GEORGE BARNES 78 ROBERT VRIZDENBURG RONALD FEIGLES DONALD BLAIR RALPH FEIGLES The members of the senior class shown here are lettermen and cheerleaders who received awards for their athletic activities. There were two boys who received letters in three different sports. They Were: Jack Edwards in football, basketball, and base- ball, and Ralph Feigles in football, wrestling, and baseball. Those who won letters in football and basketball were Robert Vredenburg, Ronald Hartman, Ronald Feigles, and George Barnes. Cecil Laurenson received a letter for wrestling and baseball. Single letterwinners were: James Schoch, Franklin Temple, Edward Booth, Donald Blair, and Harper Abbott for footballg Fred Lewis for wrestling, and Eldon Hilner for baseball. Grace Marshall and Georgiana Eisenhauer received M's for their work in cheer- leading. They led che school's cheering sections at football games, basketball games, and at wrestling matches both home and away. EDWARD BOOTH HARPER ABBOTT GFORGIANA EISENHAUER GRACE MARSHALL 79 Name Harper Abbott Shirley Allen Faith Anderson Virginia Bartlow George Barnes Donald Blair Fae Blakeslee Edward Booth Charles Davis Marie Dimm Robert Ebner Jack Edwards Georgiana Eisenhauer Rosemary Ellis Betty Feigles Ralph Feigles Ronald Feigles Yvonne Fenstermacher Robert Fraley Kenneth Frey William Frick Owen Gardner Lois Griggs Arlene Harris Ronald Hartman Doris Hill Eldon Hilner Charles Koch Patricia Lauchle Cecil Laurenson Fred Lewis Margaret Lorimer Donna Lowe Senior Horoscope Pet Awrsion French School Girls' Basketball Fraley's Smart Remarks Alarm Clocks Chemistry Class School Old Cars Cats Get up in the Morning Snobby People Nagging Women Homework English Class School Fickle Minded Girls French Class Blonds Bartlow's Smart Remarks French Class Girls Who Smoke English Class Staying Home S-at. Night Law and Sales 'Class Math Being Called Doris Women Zigs Chemistry Class Hillbilly Music People Spelling My Last Name Wrong Beer and Whiskey Hot Rod Drivers S Days of School Pet Diversion Hunting Neil Blond Hair and Blue Eyes Baby-sitting Sports Williamsport Dick Good Loooking Girls Girls Black Hair Movies French Bathing Suits Sports Roller Skating ? To Heckle Mr. Musial Sports Red Convertibles Sleep I Girls Hard Cider Sleep and Eat Eating in Class Convertibles Ike Music, Dancing, and Dave P Hooking School Sporfts and Williamsport Sports "Marie" Eating Skating 80 Batty-by-words ? You Don't Say Don't Have Time It's a Great Life You Betcha Drunk Again Big Deal! I Didn't Say Hoky Doke That's the Way It Goes Gad! I Knew He Would See It My Way Say Now! Big Joke Holy Buckets! You Don't Know Well, How About That? Oh! You Smarty! What the Heck! Gad What! You Don't Say I Like It Don't That Gag You? Big Deal! Big Deal! Stick to It That's All She Wrote Really? Buddy Buddy That's the Heck of It OK if You Say So just Checking By-and-by Undecided Married City Slicker Secretary Government Job QNavyJ Navy Married Air Force Artist Secretary Teacher Marry a Millionaires Daughter Undecided Nurse Married "Sprout Waldrons" Time Will Tell Sylvania Worker Bum Office Joh Air Force Farmer Secretary Housewife Navy Undertaker's Wife Sailor Lawyer Old Maid F. B. I. Sailor Beautician Happy-Go-Lucky-Girl Name Jean Lowe Wayne Magargle Grace Marshall Leona McCarty Merab McKee Shirley Metzger Bertha Narber John O'Brien Betty Pauling Clair Persun Mary Purpuri Arnold Reed jean Ring James Robison Delores Rose James Schoch Jean Shipman Catharine Shook Dawn Smith Blanche Stackhouse Wayne Stewart Margaret Story Betty Temple Franklin Temple Robert Vredenburg Elbert Williams Betsy Youtz Senior Horoscope Pet Auersion Loud Radios English Mr. Reiter Snooty People Flighty Senior Chuck Singing Soprano in Glee Club y Men Drivers People Who Return Half Slices to the Bread Plate Allen's Laugh English Stackie's Moods Feminines People Th at Brag Homework People That Roll Their Eyes English Class Jim's Burping Getting Up in the Morning The Color Red Eaker's Laugh Math Class Bossy People Math Class Warmed Up Mashed Potatoes French Typing Some People Pet Diversion jim Reading Bill Schuyler, Sports Sailors F. F. A. Boys Reading Greenbacks Listening to the Radio Typing Len Sports A Certain Sailor, jean Square Dancing Sports Reading Shep Cheeseburgers and Sports Playing the Piano Football Players Typing Class Dick 7 Up Beautiful Girls That Drive Cadillacs Dad's Cadillac Reading Getting Pauling Mad aut Me 81 Bally-by-words How? So Unprintable Oh, G0 On Go Ahead: See Who Car You Know? I Don't Know Aw Shucks For Pete's Sake! Thunderin-Lightning Smell That Sumtins Rotten in Denmark Censored That's the Way It Went Holy Buckets! That's the Way It Goes Smell That MY Honestly Boy, I'll Tell You Gad! Couple Two or Three Oh, Fiddlesticks! Don't Fail to Doubt lt He-Ya Is That Right? Oh sh-! ES By-and-by Secretary Navy Who Knows? Beautician Wave Dress Designer Housewife Hobo Secretary A 81 P Store Nurse Weather Man Time Will Tell Engineer Nurse Carpenter Jim's Wife Elementary Teacher Don's Wife Ph. Ed. Teacher Scientist Artist P? Government Job Milling Engineer Marry Teacher Farewell Song Words by Blanche Stackhouse and Mary Purpuri Tune "Why Don't You Believe Me?" Q 11-3 le l1frf'rVlrJlllrll,l s-3 --I I! .ll lgslliilll 5155.1 0 Q 'Y""'f3-,Tl 5 rrrflr FWWI., , l 3--l f-'lil Q' .ill nm leinlllla Jl-T' r-"'1 'TTI r"'Ef7l i LELJMPEJEW L UMlPa,lb.b4 Q-l 'Twill J Fwswlwrnf nw? vs 3. r'?f" mmf MVN. l 3 il r Al lf. 2 l l J l li J R ' - ll Q' -Q Our school days are over, Goodby to school books and classrooms, Our fun time is through. Gooclby to teachers and friends, We hate to be leaving, But in our hearts we'll remember Our good times with you. You over and over again. The curtains now closing, So into the future, The best years we've had. We'll start now anew. So we'll bid you farewell, Taking time to remember, And good-luck we'll add. Our school days with you. ADVERTISING SPIHIUT, 'WALIIIHIN 82 CIIMPANY, INC Manufacturing Engineers JONES AND LAUGHLIN STEEL CIORPORAITION WIRE ROPE DIVISION MUNCY PENNSYLVANIA C0 pllmen sof WELD'0N MFG. COMPANY Manufacturers of PAJAMAS - NIGHT ROBES - SHIRTS 74A M P Harder Sporting Goods Company 'The Sportsmarfs Store" 9 FISHING TACKLE 5 GUNS AND AMMUNITION 0 PI-IOTOGRAPI-IIC EQUIPMENT 0 LUGGAGE ' BASKETBALL 9 FOOTBALL 9 BASEBALL 9 BOWLING 336 Pine Street WILLIAMSPORT, PA. LYCOMING COLLEGE A.B. and B.S. Degrees Liberal Arts Business Administration Teacher Education Medical Technology Pre-Professional Two Year Courses Secretarial Medical Secretarial Music Art Founded 1812 LYCOMING COLLEGE, Williamsport, Pa. Phone 7933 Complete Commercial ENGRAVING and PRINTING SERVICE ' IDESIGNING ' PRINTING ' ENGRAVING ' BINDING A new streamlined modernly equipped Printing Plant with facilities for every type of Commercial Printing . . . including Folders, Catalogues, College and School Yearbooks. GRIT PUBLISHING C0 Dial 4111 WILLIAMSPORT. PA. 86 lL .1... WL .1,.1 SIlVlllEAIR NWS I Williamsport's Largest Department Store Over a Century of Service . . . Established 1850 SUCCESS IS ACHIEVED THROUGH DEPENDABILITY L. C. BALL TOURS "Complete Travel Service" Phone 3-2262 WILL-IAMSPORT, PA. INSURE with WEST BRANCH MUTUAL FIRE INS. CO. of MUNCY, PA. R tes Reasonable CLARK L. DIMM R D N 4 A t MUN CY MILL MACHINERY COMPANY MUNCY, PENNSYLVANIA Suppliers of GRAIN DRYERS, STORAGE TANKS, ELEVATORS, CONVEYORS CORN SI-IELLERS, FEED MIXERS, MOLASSES BLENDERS, HAMMER MILLS, ETC. Pl d E f' mics H N V d b Ph M 83 A 87 Floyd-GILBERT BROS.-Ward SUPER SERVICE M ket and Water Shree MUNCY B d St t MONTOURSVILLE Compliments of SMITH,S TRUCK LINES MUNCY, PA. Compliments of MOM,S LUNCH Open24Hours Compliments of MUNCY MOTOR CO., INC. Buick Sales and Service Ph 335 A MUNCY PA 88 Congratulations to the CLASS of 1953 The Store for All Your Needs FREYS HARDWARE WE DELIVER Phone 187 MUNCY, PENNSYLVANIA Compliments of ROBINSON MFG. COMPANY Processing Machinery MUNCY, PA. Compliments of H. L. SCHOCH 81 SONS Contractors and Builders Phone-177-B3 246-A-2g 131-B MUNCY, PA. M I L K 0' -9 ,S fb wILLlAM5pop,1 .99 . 89 SAY IT WITH FLOWERS BRYFOGLE'S FLOWERS LARGEST GROWER OF FLOWERS IN LYCOMING COUNTY Compliments of WALLIS FUNERAL HOME 121 South Main Street MUNCY, PENNSYLVANIA Fifty-Eight 'Years of Continuous Banking in This Community It's Smart to Be Thrifty Save Your Money With System and Safety THE MUNCY BANKING COMPANY MUNCY, PENNSYLVANIA Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Compliments of The RITZ THEATRE MUNCY, PA. 90 Compliments of M O D E C R A F T 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 MUNCY, PENNSYLVANIA Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Deposits Insured Up to 510,000.00 GOOD LUCK AND BEST WISHES CLASS OF 'S 3 MORAN HOTEL Compliments of THE YOUNG MACHINERY MUNCY, PA. Manufacturers CHEMICAL EQUIPMENT - GRAIN DRYER 91 For 112 Years THE MUNCY LUMINARY MUN CY, PENNSYLVANIA Compliments of JOHN BILLHIME Electrical Appliances MUNCY, PA. Compliments of WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE Owned and Operated by LEWIS E. DAVENPORT MUNCY, PENNSYLVANIA Compliments of BETTY'S DRESS SHOP Specializing in Sports Wear MUNCY, PENNSYLVANIA JERRY'S GULF SERVICE J. E. HOFFMAN 8: SON C W t d W l' t St I5 . . Omer a er an as 'mg on ree Famous Reading Antlaraczte Bituminous Coal MUNCY, PA. MUNCY, PENNSYLVANIA Phone 334-A Compliments of A FRIEND Compliments of BOB FREY'S MARKET Compliments of COVERT'S GIFTS-CANDIES and BREYERS ICE CREAM MUNCY, PENNSYLVANIA Compliments of DAVE WALLIS BILL EDGEWORTH JOHN BILLHEIM DoN EDWARDS TOM UMLAUF GERRY YODER MARI.IN WOLFE CLASS of 1952 BARTLOW'S JEWELRY Elgin Watches 15 West Water St. MUN CY, PA. Compliments of CITY FLOURING MILLS MUNCY, PENNSYLVANIA Compliments of Albert W. Welsh Funeral Home 108 North Main Street Phone 358-A MUNCY, PA. MYERS AUTO PARTS AND SPORTING GOODS Phone 2 17-A MUNCY, PENNSYLVANIA ROSS AND JIM'S CAFE 11 W. Water Street MUNCY, PENNSYLVANIA Compliments of C. E. ZARR GROCERIES and MEATS 114 W. Water Street Phone 130-A MUNCY, PA STEIN'S H eating-Diesel Oils Main Street, MUN CY, PA. STEINS Sales-Service Dodge-Plymouth Phone 364-A Phone 364-A MUNCY, PA BARBOURS Compliments of GOLDEN RULE GROCERY TALLMAN'S TAVERN Our Motto: and TALLMAN'S RESTAURANT "Sell unto others as you would have them sell unto you." HAPPY MOTORING Compliments of MIKF5 E550 AMERICAN STORE SERVICE CENTER EMPLOYEES Phone 220-B MUNCY, PA H . L . B Y E R L Y PATRONS QUALITY NlEATS HOMEDRERSED BEEF, VEAL, AND PORK U. S. Government Inspected Gundrum Grocery Store Houseknecht Grocery Store HARTER'S DRUG STORE E. B. MCCUAIG, prop. Phone 183-A 9 S. Main Street MUNCY, PA GRANGE NEWS AGENCY REECE and 'SYNDER MAGAZINES and NEWSPAPERS ICE CREAM - CANDY - TOBACCO Bus Terminal Phone 242-A MUN CY, PA Compliments of FORT BRADY HOTEL MUNCY, PENNSYLVANIA Compliments of WINTERS' GRILL MUNCY, PENNSYLVANIA Neufer's Service Station Sunoco Gas and Oil Goodrich Tires and Batteries Hotpoint Appliances Phone 92-A MUNCY, PA MUNCY AUTO GLASS PARTS-SERVICE Rear 110 S. Market Street Phone 287-B MUNCY, PA. Compliments of MUNCY PASTRY SHOP Compliments of MICHAEL BROTHERS Crosley T. V. Dealer MUNCY, PENNSYLVANIA LOCUST INN Compliments of PURPURI DRUG STORE BAR'B'lQ 24 South Main Street MUNCY, PENNSYLVANIA P A U L 9 S HARVEY F. CORSON ChalH1CfS F2f1'1'1 MRCIIIHCYY and CHRYSLER - PLYMOUTH DRY GOODS MUNCY, PENNSYLVANIA SALES - SERVICE MUNCY, PENNSYLVANIA Compliments of MUNCY PRESS SHOP Compliments of BRELSFORD MOTORS Y KAISER-FRAZER East Water Street HENRY J' MUNCY, PA- Phone 42-B MUNCY, PA Compliments of Compliments of LAD gz L A551133 SHQP L. J. EAKER'S GARAGE Stores in Muncy, Williamsport, HUDSON MOTOR CARS Miltml Phone 148-A MUNCY, PA KILGUS SERVICE STATION GaS'Oi' HI-WAY CLEANERS Firestone Tires and Batteries U. S. Royal Tires and Batteries We Vitalize Your Allentown Paints A, Garlllellts PENNSDALE, PA. Phone Muncy 261-9 YEARBOOK PHOTOGRAPHERS AND CONSULTANTS VAN BAELEN STUDIOS Photographic Arts Telephone 2-7546 414 Academy St. WILLIAMSPORT, PA. MUNCY LIME PRODUCTS Producers of 66Chippewa" Agricultural Lime and Pulverized Limestone Excavating and Grading Fill Dirt and Topsoil L Phone 125-16 MUNCY, PA. Plant and Kilns Located at CHIPPEWA 97 BEST W131-IES Compliments of pmm E. P. HALL GARAGE 100 W. 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ROLLIE BAIITLOW Bottled Gas and Maytag Service Compliments of Frank's Esso Service Station U Halls Station Phone 270-A MUNCY, PA. MUNCY, PENNSYLVANIA Compliments of Compliments of Oil and Gas Development 227 Main St. Phone Muncy 4081 MUNCY, PA. WATSONTOWN, PA. COIT1pliIT1CI1tS of Compliments of SMITH'S GRILL RAY E. ROTHFUSS AND Sth and Ash St. FAMILY WATSONTOWN, PA. Compliments of MURRAY BOTTLIING WORKS Compliments of THE MAD IRISHMAN my 1, nu


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