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- Class of 1954
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LITTLE MUNCY CREEK
THE SENIOR CLASS OF I954
MUNCY-MUNCY CREEK HIGH SCHOOL
This book represents the twelfth publication of the CANUSARAGO since the year 1932,
when our school was first built.
Within these pages we hope that you will obtain an idea of our life at 'llVluney High"
during 1954, the ninety-ninth year of the existence of the high school in lkluncy.
Our aims and ideas for this book consisted of trying to present our story and history
in a clear and concise way, as well as to present it in a way which we hope is slightly
different from the past.
We shall strive to uphold the high standards offered to us at Muncy lligh and we
shall endeavor to be a credit to our Alma Mater.
I would like to thank, on behalf of my staff and the senior class, the following persons
for their help, patience, contributions, and advice, which made this publication possible:
Mr. Donald Ross for his photography work and consultation, and Mr. James Bahr for
special photography work when we needed it, Dr. Eugene P. Bertin and Dr. T. Kenneth
Wood, for their historical notes, Mr. James Frailey, our yearbook consultant and our contact
with the Grit Publishing Company, the school administration for alloting us time and facili-
ties to prepare this production, Mr. William Reiter and Mr. Ioseph Long for their conscien-
tious consultation, lVlr. Stanley Schuyler for helping us with the typing and allowing us to
use the typing room to prepare copy material, hlrs. Stephen Reed for giving us a place to
keep our records and perform our tasks in the library, to the faculty for their patience and
help when we needed it, to everyone else who has contributed to our annual, to our ad-
vertisers for their generous financial aid, and lastly the group without whom our efforts would
have been fruitless-YOU, the reader of this book, for your generous support in purchasing
this publication. Again from all of us to all of you our sincere thanks!
TABLE OF CONTENTS
ACTIVITIES . .
AALJSKI . .
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The Senior Class of 1954 dedicates this issue
of the CANUSARAGKJ to lVlr. Bitler, our playground
supervisor, and Junior High English and Social
Studies teacher. To us, lVlr. Bitlerls philosophy
of life exemplifies this quotation of Seneca-Shun
no toil to make yourself remarkable by some
talent or other. Yet do not devote yourself to
one branch exclusively. Strive to get clear notions
about all. Cive up to no science entirely, for
science is but one.-Long after school memories
have become obscured, the memory of this sincere
man will remain.
Mr. Bitler was born in the vicinity of Clarks-
town and completed his elementary schooling there.
He then attended the lVluncy Normal and the
VVilliamsport Commercial and Potts Shorthand
DELOS M. BITLER
College. He also attended Bucknell and later did
extension work at Bloomsburg State Teachers
He began teaching in Hepburn Township and
later taught in lVluncy Creek Township, jersey
Shore, and Moreland Township. He then came
to Muncy to teach and has been teaching here
for twenty-two years. ln 1941 he became super-
visor of the playground and acts in this capacity
at the present time.
He has three teaching certificates. They are
the Pennsylvania Permanent Certificate, Certificate
for all junior high subjects and a special Certifi-
cate for social studies. These have been employed
by Mr. Bitler due to the fact that throughout his
long teaching career he has taught all grades from
1 to 12 at one time or another.
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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.
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 had about her,
Sad times occasionally too,
But when it comes to good schools
Oh! Muncy we're for youl
History of the Alma Mater
There was in Muncy at one time a physical education teacher who taught in
t is school between 1933-1936. His wife, although not a famous musician, was
an acquired one. One day she sat down and began to compose a song which turned
out to be our Alma Mater. She wrote for us both the words and the music-both
of which are original. Her name is Eleanor Robertsg she is the wife of Steve Roberts.
Our high school is unique in having its own Alma Mater. The music and
words were composed just for the students of Muncy.
Many thanks to Eleanor Roberts.
History of the School Song
Practically every school has a school song as well as an Alma Mater, and we
are no exception. The words of our school song, which are so familiar to all of us
were written by George Palmer, who at one time was a teacher in Muncy. Although
thc words to our School Song are original, the music is not. The music to which
we sing it is taken from the march, "Frat,', which is played by our high school band.
Our sincere thanks to Mr. Palmer for writing our School Song.
"Canusarago" was an aboriginal name for what is now called Muncy Creek
and is the earliest name preserved and handed down to us on good authority. In
1731, Conrad Weiser, the celebrated Indian interpreter and guide, reported this
name as it was pronounced by the Indians of his generation. In proper interpretation
of the syllables of the Iroquoian dialect, he had the assistance of the Iroquois chief,
Shikellimy, who was with him at the time. Weiser's journal was written in German
and later translated by Dr. Muhlenburg, a man of great learning and knowledge
of Indian languages. It then found its way into Schoolcraft's great work and
throughout its many editions, the spelling of Canusarago still conforms to that
In 1755, Weiser again passed this way and upon reaching the mouth of what
is now Muncy Creek, he again called it Canusarago and writes in his journal:
"And as we passed Canusarago, where a town now is," and again, speaking of the
inhabitants, "They were chiefly Showones CShowneesD and Chickasaws. There
are about 20 men in the town when they are all at home." Evidently upon his
first visit the village-site on the rock to the north of the Creek's mouth had been
unoccupied. It was now tenanted by a mixed population from various roving
tribes. While the name of this town in Weiseris day was Iroquoian Cindicating
a previous outpost settlementl it, undoubtedly, was originally a Susquehannock
town with a name now lost to us.
The term Canusarago is from the Iroquois and signifies town on a rock or high
place from the word "Canada," town-"Ar," rock-and "Ago,,' a place-also "Kear-
sarge", the high place. Those acquainted with the character and lay of the land
at "the point" will readily see the application of this description. The deduction
is that the Iroquoian town on this rocky height gave its own name to the creek.
The first surveys were made in the Valley in 1768, at which time the beautiful
name of Muncy was definitely attached, first to Muncy Manor, then to the Creek,
to Samuel Wallis' plantation, to the Fort Muncy, to the Valley, and lastly in 1826,
to the present town of Muncyg and the almost equally beautiful name, Canusarago,
was forgotten. It was not that there was anything in the name Muncy to characterize
any of these except that a tribe of Indians called Muncies, Monseys, or more cor-
rectly Minsies, was found there, temporarily residing, at the time that the pioneers
came. This was not their permanent home. They were here under the direction
and orders of the powerful Iroquoian Confederacy.
T. KENNETH Woon, M.D.
LARUE C. WILLIAMSON
ZIGMUND M. MUSIAL
High School Principal
ESTHER H. Pous'r Doms I. SHOOK
Administrative School Secretary
Seated, Left ta Right-Grant Bussler, Clifton Fry, CliHord VVentzler, Henry Young. Standing-Orval Ilerman,
IXUS. Hlnry Holmes, C. Xvilbcrt Rccslcr, II. C. OPP, C. S. VV. Rickolt. flbSL'1lfYRtbllUft Stanton.
President - - - DR. C. S. W. RICKOLT
Vice-President - - - CJRVAL IIERMAN
Second Vice-President - - CQRANT M. BUSSLER
Treasurer - - - MRS. HELEN FRY
Secretary - llowixnn OPP
Wzllter Hoffman ll. T. Young
Max VVomelstlorf Clifton Fry
Robert Stanton Stuart Recd
Tlie back-luonc and ruling laotly of tlie Muncy-Muncy Creelq anal
Muncy Townsliip scliool clistricts, tlie Scliool Board lias supervisecl anal
approved tlie activities of tlie ellicient antl well running organization.
lt is to tliese conscientious People, wlio devote mucli tiine and effort to
lnetter tlie contlitions, tliat tlie gratluating ciasses of tlie Muncy-Muncy Creek
lligli Scliool will forever feel inclebtecl.
REBECCA S. ARTHUR
School Patrol Advisor
Dancin Class Advisor
Junior gligh Chapel Co-Chairman
Hughesville High School
Mansfield State Teachers College
Pennsylvania State University
34 years service
ESTHER H. POUST
Muncy High School
B.S., New York University
M.A., New York University
Pierce Business School
30 years service
BESSIE M. LONG
Muncy High School
Mansfield State Teachers College
21 years service
Iunior High Chapel Co-Chairman
Junior High Promotion Chairman
junior High Tri-Hi-Y Advisor
Muncy High School
B.S., Westchester State Teachers
Bloomsburg State Teachers College
20 years service
IRENE M. WITHERS
Student Council Advisor
Senior Class Play Director
Dallastown High School
A.B., Lebanon Valley College
St. Lawrence University
6 years service
JEAN F. DELSITE
Vocal Music Supervisor
Fifth and Sixth Grade Glee Club
Junior High Glee Club Director
Senior High Glee Club Director
Sunbury High School
B.S., Susquehanna University
3 years service
DELOS M. BITLER
Bloomsburg State Teachers College
Williamsport Commercial School
22 years service
ZIGMUND M. MUSIAL
High School Principal, Science
New Port Township High School
B.S., Bloomsburg State Teachers
I1 years service
WARD L. MYERS
Varsity Basketball Coach
Tyrone High School
ILS., Carnegie Institute of
M.Ed., Pennsylvania State
10 years serrice
STANLEY T. SCHUYLER
Advisor, Class of 1956
Watsontown High School
B.S., Bloomshurg State Teachers
10 years service
ROBERT S. HUGHES
Faculty Athletic Manager
Student Council Advisor
Advisor, Class of 1954
Booster Club Advisor
Sportsman Club Advisor
Ashland High School
B.A., Gettysburg College
Bloomsburg State Teachers College
8 years service
GEORGE B. HOU SEKNECHT
Junior High Basketball Coach
Ilughesville High School
B.S., Bloomsburg State Teachers
8 years service
JEAN L. ZIMMERMAN
Journalism Club Advisor
Quill and Scroll Advisor
Junior Class Play Director
Elizabethville High School
A.B., Bucknell University
2 years service
LILA L. CRAWLEY
Lewis High School CKansasj
R.N., Halstead Hospital Training
2 years service
CAROL BAILEY HOUK
Physical Education, Hygiene
Gym Team Advisor
Uniontown High School
B.S., Lock Haven State Teachers
I year service
FRANCES K. REED
Library Club Advisor
Canton High School
B.S., Syracuse University
Mansfield State Teachers College
I year service
JEAN L. ZAHER
Booster Club Advisor
Bloomsburg High School
B.A., Wilson College
Bloomsburg State Teachers College
I year service
SARAH L. MAPSTONE
South Williamsport High School
R.D.H., University of Pennsylvania
V2 year service
ARTHUR L. DELPAZ
Instrumental Music Supervisor
Adviser, Class of 1955
Mahanoy City High School
B.S., Westchester 'tate Teachers
4M years service
WILLIAM E. REITER
Vllilliamsport High School
B.S., Lock Haven State Teachers
M.Litt., University of Pittsburgh
2 years service
PAUL K. WINNER
F. F. A. Advisor
B.S., Pennsylvania State University
2 y9lIYS SPflllCl'
1. CLYDE FOOSE
Juanita High School
B.S., Bucknell University
B.Th., Princeton Seminary
lb years service
JOSEPH W. LONG
junior High Hi-Y Advisor
Assistant Football Coach
Lock Haven High School
B.S., Lock Haven State Teachers
M.Ed., Pennsylvania State
I year service
DONALD E. MILLER
Drivers Education, Hygiene
M. Club Advisor
Assistant Football Coach
Assistant Wrestling Coach
Millersburg High School
B.S., Pennsylvania State University
I year service
First Row, Left to Right-Mrs. john Lovell, Mrs. Rhea Bair, Itlrs. Carl Keil, Alrs. VVillian1 Peterinan, lXlrs. Maleolm Rhone, First
Viee-President, Mrs. Alfred Snyder, President, ltlrs. Preston Lawton, Treasurer, hlrs. LaRue Vllillianison, Seeretaryg Blrs. Claude
NVanish, itlrs. Sylvester Ritter, Mrs. Alvin Barns, Mrs. Edmund Luft. Seeomi Row-Mrs. VVoodrotv Corson, Blrs. Frank Youtz, Itlrs.
Luray Swartz, Mrs. Laey Shadowens, Miss Kathryn Keener, Mrs. Carlton Peeling, Mrs. Paul Gerringer, Mrs. George Iihner, Mrs.
Robert Feigles, Mrs. John VVhetstone, Mrs. C. M. Stutzman, Mrs. Fred Priest, Mrs. VValter Hoffman, Mrs. james McCarty, Mrs.
Lionel Shadduek. 'Iiliirtl Row-lNlrs. Norman Ileineelnian, lXlrs. Robert Frey, ltlrs. VVilliam hlurray, Mrs. Charles Tule, Mrs. James
Nieholson, Mrs. Vanllorn VVertman, Mrs. LeRoy Stroup, Mrs. Max VVoltnesdorf, Mrs. james Hager, Mrs. Lester Rohm, Mrs. Truman
Yoder, Mrs. Luther Ililner, Nlrs. james llensler.
Upon leaving, we wish to thank sineerelv the P. T. A. for their time, patience,
and etlort so unsellishly given to us.
First Row, Left fo lliglitfhlrs. Lionel Shadduek, lXlrs. Norman llcineelman, Mrs. Max YVoinelsdorf, lXlrs. Lester Rohm, Mrs. Sylves-
ter Ritter, Mrs. Alvin Barns, Mrs. xhyiiliillll Peterman, ltlrs. Clay Berger, Mrs. Glenn Brelsford. Seeoml Ron'-Mrs. Wlilliam lXlurry,
Mrs. Carlton Feeling, Mrs. Kenneth Rager, Mrs. George Elmer, Mrs. John Hlhetstone, Mrs. Fred Priest, Mrs. C. M. Stutvnian, Mrs.
LeRoy Stroulx, Mrs. VValter lloflnman, Mrs. Preston Lawton, ltlrs. Edmund Luft. Tliirtl RmvfMrs. john Nixon, Ilaroltl Brown,
Luther llilner, Howard VVallis, LaRue C. VVilliainson, lXIaleom Rhone, Clay Reed, Roy hlaurer, Dlrs. Kenneth Maust.
We sincerely wish to thank these people who give to us, the pupils, not
onlv parties, but mueh of their valuable time throughout the school year.
Left to Right-Edith Murray, Clara Bower, Rowena Priest, Geraldine Rupert, Laura Fritz, Sara Stroup.
The women pictured above are the ones we wish to thank for their efforts
put forth to make the lunches for the children at lunch time.
On Christmas and Thanksgiving they prepared the traditional holiday turkey.
Again we wish to extend our appreciation for their many efforts.
Left to Riglitfljat lXlcClosky, George Beilhartz, YVilmer Vllaltman, Max Blair, Albert lloldren.
The success of many of our social events is due to the co-operation of the
above men who keep our school clean well as warm. These men also see to it
that the grass is mowed in summer and the snow plowed from the walks in the
winter. VVhether we want them to hx a radiator, clean a hlackhoard, or just want
them to loan us a ladder, dust pan, or hroom, they are always willing to co-operate.
Many thanks to these men for their patience with us.
Education in Muncy
I797 - 1954
In this year of 1954, we deem it highly appropriate to recall the past history of the public schools in Muncy,
a history which is unique for it comprised more than thirty distinct educational institutions including: schools of art,
music, painting, business and commerce, classical languages, boys' academies, girls' seminaries, a normal school for
teachers, and a half dozen church schools. This variety of schools gave our borough a wide reputation as the seat of
culture in the West Branch Valley.
As once more the townspeople stand upon the threshold of undertaking the building of a "new school," we
sincerely believe that if they recognize and appreciate the accomplishments of their predecessors, it will put renewed
strength, vigor, and hope into their plans for the erection of the proposed grade school.
Now we would like you to visualize the home-made linen and linsey woolsey clad figures of our forefathers.
THE TIME: 1797-1873
The lirst type of formal education we became acquainted with was the "Family Schools." These schools were
the association of two or more families and were held in a building owned privately or by an individual. They exist-
ed from 1799 to 1806. The next school was the "Water Street School" located on the north side of East Water Street
just a short distance from Main Street. The very limited data on this school revealed only that it existed between
1800 and 1806. The third institution was the "Old Log School" that was situated on the northeast corner of Main
and New Streets. This school was in progress during 1800 to 1825, it was replaced by the "Old Brick School," which
was built between 1825 and 1830.
The school which enjoyed one of the most eminent positions in our educational system was the "Old Central
School." It was located on the northwest corner of Market and Hi h Streets and was probably built between 1836
and 1840. It was this building which was officially designated as tlgie High School in 1855. The year 1855 marks
the inception of free public secondary education in Muncy, thus the founding of the high school in Muncy stems
from this date. The Central School functioned practically the year around, for the various instructors held Summer
sessions of their own initiative in this building.
We now have the era of the "Gibson Girl" and the "Flappers" of the "roaring '20's."
An evergrowin student body made necessary the realization of the next school commonly known as the
"Union School," so cjled because it was an institution composed of three different houses. The "Market Street
School" at the northeast corner of Market and High Streets, the "Main Street School" on the northwest corner of
Main and High Streets, and the "Masonic Rooms School" on the second Hoor of the Masonic Building on Main
Street define the components of this unit.
It is interesting to note the fact that diplomas were first granted in 1881, during the era of this "Union School."
The span of time C1873-1932D in the history of this school was comparatively long. As in the past, however,
the increase of the student body made necessary the planning, preparation, and finally the erection of another new
Designers revolutionized the fashion trends with the "New Look" and the controversial hemline.
The "new" school building, which is currently in use as our grade and high school, was built in 1931-32 on a
plot of ground approximately 12 acres in extent situated on the south side of Penn Street between Sherman and
Painter Streets and was purchased from one Neil Davis.
Lawrie and Green were the architects for the construction, and the product of their labor was an ediHce ac-
claimed by many to be one of the most beautiful structures in the surrounding territory.
The cornerstone for this building was laid without ceremony on November 24, 1931. The dedication program
was held on September 2, 1932.
Our school is built of beautiful mountain stone and is divided into three wings with a total of fifty-six rooms.
This last number includes practically every inclosure entered by means of a door.
But this school too has become cramped for space and since the consolidation of Muncy Township with Muncy-
Muncy Creek, the School Board has once more found it necessary to plan for the erection of another school. Upon
the completion of this proposed school it will serve as the grade school, and our present school will be the junior and
Senior High School.
This brief history cannot and does not intend to cover all phases of our educational systemg it is merely meant
to acquaint you with the fact that as times and fashions change, so do our schools. We must always strive for prog-
ress since without it our entire way of life would be stifled and possibly even collapse.
We wish to express a most heartfelt
thanks to Mr. Robert S. Hughes, who for
the past three years has been our class
advisor. As a result of his encouragement,
patience, and understanding, many of our
seemingly crazy schemes became successful
realizations. To us he became a friend and
counsellor as well as a teacher. Through
our association with this congenial man,
We feel that we are better prepared to take
our places in society. Once again we wish
to express our deepest gratitude to you,
ROBERT S. HUGHES
The Class of I954
Ivft to Right--Lmlisc VVL'rm'r, Rubvrt U'c1'tn1zn1,
ljlllllllil Alillfllilll, Phyllis App.
P11v1.I.1s lVlARGARET APP MARY EDITH ARTHUR RALPH DOLICLAS BALLIET
Ciggles continuously-likes French
and ,lull Cltandler-very nice girl.
Academic l, 2, 3, 45 CTANUSAHAGO
Staff, llistorian 45 S1.'oo11 Staff 1, 2, 3,
4, Literary liditor 45 Chapel Chair-
man 45 Class Play 3, 45 Christmas
Play I5 Class Treasurer 3, 45 Student
Council 35 Quill and Scroll 3, 45
journalism flub 2, 3, 45 Student Li-
brarian 2, 3, 45 Librarian Club 45
Clee Club I, 2, 3, 45 Band l, 2, 3,
45 County lland l, 3, 45 'fri-lli-Y l,
l, 3, 4, Vice-President 45 Booster
Club 2, 3, 45 Intramural Sports l, 2,
3, 45 May Court 4.
Always with Delorisc-likes to eat and
Commercial 1, 2, 3, 45 CANUSAHAGO
Staff 45 Chapel Chairman 45 Clec
Club 15 Student Librarian 2, 3, 45
Librarian Club 45 journalism Club 3,
45 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Intramural Sports
1, 2, 4.
llotrod driverfhates to studyflikes to
roller skate f and thinks th a t
llughesville girls are pretty nice.
Commercial 1, 25 General 3, 45
CANUSARAGO Staff 45 Scoop Staff 2,
3, 45 Chapel Chairman 45 Class Play
3, 4: Hi-Y 3, 45 Vllrestling 15 lntra-
mural Sports l, 2, 3, 45 Basketball
lVlERlAlXI RETA BIEBER
Quick tempered-real energetic-loves
to belp people-determined to meet
Academic 1, 2, 3, 45 CANusA1tAr5o
Staff, Assistant Editor 45 Scoop Stal?
l, 2, 3, 4, Clubs and Social Editor
45 Class Play Student Director 3, 45
Student Council 15 Quill and Scroll
3, 45 journalism Club 2, 3, 4, Junior
liditor 3, liditor-in-Chief 45 Student
Librarian 2, 3, 4, Captain 35 Li-
brarian Club 45 Clee Club 1, 2, 3, 45
Tri-lli-Y l, 2, 3, 45 Booster Club 2,
3, 45 Magaline Drive Chairman 45
Intramural Sports l, 2, 3, 4.
RICHARD EUGENE Bn1T'rA1N
Very neat buildftwo letter man-
keeps English class in thc groove.
Commercial 1, 2, 3, 45 CANusAaAt:o
Staff 45 Scoop Staff 45 Chapel Chair-
man 45 Class Play Committee 35
School Patrol 15 Minstrel Show 35
Sportsman Club 45 "M" Club 1, 2,
3, 45 Vtlrestling 1, 2, 3, 45 Football
l, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 45 Intramural
Sports 1, Z, 3, 45 Gym Team 3, 4.
SHIRLEY M. CoNPEn
Likes convertibles-Clear soprano voice
-is always laughing.
Academic 1, 2, 3, 45 CANLISARAUO
Staff 4, lloroseope Editor 45 Scoop
Staff 4, Humor Editor 45 Chapel
Chairman 45 Class Play 4, Commit-
tee 35 Christmas Play 45 journalism
Club 2, 3, 45 Student Librarian 2, 3,
45 Librarian Club 45 Glcc Club I, 2,
3, 45 Girls' Ensemble 15 Tri-Ili-Y 1,
2, 3, 45 Booster Club 2, 3, 45 Min-
strel Show 1, 2, 35 Intramural Sports
1, 2, 3, 4.
VVu.t.iAA1 EUGENE CCJRSCJN
l'ast tallxerflikes model airplanes and
plays a "hot" sax.
,Xeademie l, 2, 3, 4, CANUSARAGU
Stall' 4: Scoop Stall 2, Chapel Chair-
man 4: Class Play 3, 4, Student
Council l, 2, 3: Glee Club l, 2, 3
4: Iland l, 2, 3, 4: County Band 2,
3, 4, Dance lland 45 School Patrol lg
lli-Y 3, 4, Intramural Sports I, 2,
THo1x1As EUGENE DEWALD
Quiet and shy, yet ever friendlv-ab
ways seen at the Ritz-drities a
Commereial I, 2, 3, 4, CANUsAuAc:o
Stall' 4, Chapel Chairman 4, Ili-Y
3, 4, "MH Club 45 Vllrestling 3, 49
Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4.
PAYE IIELENE FREEII
'lall and slender-likes to read and
will reaeh her goal in anything she
Academic I, 2, 3, 45 Seoop Staff 2,
3, 4, Chapel Chairman 4, journalism
Club 43 Student Librarian 2, 3, 43
Librarian Club 4, Clee Club I, 2, 3,
4, 'liri-Ili-Y l, 2, 3, 49 Booster Club
2, 3, 4, Minstrel Show 3, Intramural
Sports I, 2, 3, 4.
RoBERT ELWOOD FRY PAUL FREDRICK FUNSTON RICHARD C. Ci0TTSCIIALL
'iliolf' 'flVi1t1py" i'llVi11dtf"
"Big Ilolmnfgood natured-tiller of the
soilfan ardent wrestling fan-hails
Agriculture I, 2, 3, 4: F. F. A. I, 2,
3, 4, Sentinel 2, Chaplain 3, Vice-
President 4, CANIISAIIAGO Stall' 4,
Chapel Chairman 4, "Nl" Club 4,
lfootball 3, 43 Intramural Sports 3, 4.
Pretty blank eurly hair-always has a
smile-sports a nice looking conver-
Agriculture Ig Commercial 2, General
3, 4, QlANlISAIIAGO Staff 4, Scoop
Stall I, 2, 3, 43 Class Play 3, Com-
mittee 4: Clee Club I, 2, 3, 45 Ili-Y
3, Minstrel Show 2, 35 Intramural
Sports 1, 2, 3, 4.
lleese and Snyder's right hand man
-girl shyfbaskethall manager.
Commercial I, 25 General 3, 4, CAN-
IISAIIAKQO Stal? 4, Scoop Stall' 4,
Chapel Chairman 45 "M" Club 4,
Basketball Manager 3, 4, Intramural
Sports I, 2, 3, 4.
CYNTHIA lVlAE CUISEWIIITE
Our standard for the height of cour-
agc4pretty tcctltfalways smiling.
Acadclnic 1, 2, 3, 4, Scoop Staff 1, 2,
journalism Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Student
Librarian 2, Clee Clubil, 2, Tri-Ili-Y
Club l, 2, 3, 4, Booster Club 2, 3, 4,
Intramural Sports 1, 2.
IVAN LEE HARTBIAN
"Fearless Fuzz"-two letter ll'Aill'1fSt2l'
tisticiain for thc football team.
Acadernic 1, 2, 3, 4, CANIISARAGO
Staff 4, Scoop Staff 3, 4, Sports Editor
4, Chapel Chairman 4, Student Coune
cil 2, 3, Class Play 3, Committee 4,
Boys' Ensemble 1, Class Vice-Presb
dent 2, School Patrol 1, Captain 1,
Glee Club l, 4, Ili-Y Club 3, 4, HM"
Club 4, lklinstrel Show 3, Sports Rc-
porter 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4,
llaseball 1, 2, 3, 4, lntramural Sports
I, 2, 3, 4.
joAN ELIZABETH 1-1EIL1XIAN
Fine personalityfplays a gay clarinet
and tickles the lvories.
Academic 1, 2, 3, 4, CANusA1IAGo
Staff, Activities Editor 4, Scoop Staff
l, 2, 3, 4, Class Play 4, Student
Council l, 3, Quill and Scroll 3, 4,
President 4, journalism Club 2, 3, 4,
Senior Editor 4, Librarian Club 4,
Clcc Club l, 2, 3, 4, lland l, 2, 3,
4, County Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Tri-lli-Y
l, 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 4, Booster Club
2, 3, 4, May Princess 1, Foliage
Queen 3, American Legion Awartl l,
Poetry Award 1, Cheerleader 1, blay
RICHARD CHARLES HICKS
Tears around in a green Plymouth-
Squcck's personal chauffeur-likes
to hunt and fish.
Agriculture 1, 2, 3, 4, F. F. A. 1, 2,
3, 4, CANus,uIAc:o Staff 4, Class Play
Committee 3, 4, Sportsman Club 3, 4.
ELSIE ELLEN JOHNSON
Dishes out cheeseburgers at lXI0111'S
Lunch-always in the library-a
friend to all.
Academic I, 2, 3, 4, CANUSARAGO
Staff 4, Scoop Staff l, 2, 3, 4, Ex-
change Editor 3, 4, Chapel Chairman
4, Class Play Committee 4, Quill and
Scroll 3, 4, Journalism Club 2, 3, 4,
Student Librarian 2, 3, 4, Captain 3,
Librarian Club 4, President 4, Tri-
1IiAY 2, 3, 4, Booster Club 2, 3, 4,
Sportsman Club 3, 4, Intramural
Sports 1, 2, 3, 4.
REBA Lou KAHLER
Class artist - willing worker 4 ardent
fan of Queen Elizabeth II.
Academic 1, 2, 3, 4, CANUSARAGO
Staff 4, Scoop Staff l, 2, 3, Art Edi-
tor 4, Class Play Committee 3, 4,
Chapel Chairman 4, Journalism Club
2, 3, 4, Student Librarian 2, 3, 4,
Librarian Club 4, Clee Club 1, 4,
Girls, Ensemble 1, Booster Club 2, 3,
4, Art Chairman l, 4, Tri-lli-Y 1, 2,
3, 4, Minstrel Show 1, 2, 3, Sports-
Inan Club 3, 4, Intramural Sports 1,
2, 3, 4.
RICHARD LYN KEMRER
Tall, quiet, and slow moving-dislikes
women and being bothered.
Agriculture l, 2, 3, 4: F. F. A. 1, 2,
3, 4: Sportsman Club 3, 4: Intra-
mural Spoi'ts 4.
Noaixm JEAN KILGUS
Likes roller skating and boys-tres
Commercial I, 2, 3, 4: C.tNusAnAc:o
Stati 4: Scoop Staff 3, 4: Chapel
Chairman 4: Class Play Usher 3, 4:
journalism Club 2, 3, li: Student Li-
brarian 2, 3, 4: Librarian Club 4:
Glee Club I, 4: Tri-Ili-Y 1, 2, 3, 4:
Booster Club 4: Sportsman Club 3, 4:
Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4.
RUTH ARLENE LuCAs
A natural born nutfhates to get up
in thc lnorning-relaxes over the
Academic I, 2, 3, 4: CANusAit.u:o
Statl' 4: Scoop Stall I, 2, 3, 4: Class
Play Usher 3, Committee 4: Student
Council I, 2: Journalism Club 2, 3,
4: Student Librarian 2, 3, 4: LibrarA
ian Club 4: Glec Club 1, 2, 3, 4:
Girls' Ensemble I: Tri-IIiAY l, 2, 3,
41 Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2:
Minstrel Show I, 2, 3: Intramural
Sports 1, 2: May Court 4.
ANNE lXlARYLAND LUET VIOLET lVlARIE lVlAGARGLE IDONALD LARUE lVlARSIIAI.I,
Niallffiffu Hljii' HIDOVIH
Small, quick tempered, and blushes
easilyfcrazy over horses.
.Xeademie I, 2, 3, 4: CANUSARAGO
Statl, XYill Editor 4: Scoop Stall' l, 2,
3, 4: Chapel Chairman 4: Class Play
3, 4: Student Council 4: Quill and
Scroll 3, 4: Journalism Club 2, 3, 4:
Student Librarian 2, 3, 4: Librarian
Club 4: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Girls'
linsemble l: Tri-Ili-Y 1, 2, 3, 4:
Booster Club 2, 3, 4: Sportsman Club
I, 2, 3, 4: Intramural Sports l, 2,
Spends her time in the library with
Elsie-likes square daneing and the
Academic I, 2, 3, 4: CANus.utAc:o
Staff, Subscription Manager 4: Chapel
Chairman 4: Class Play Committee
3, 4: Tri-lIiAY 3, 4: Booster Club 3,
4: journalism Club 4: Student Li-
brarian 2, 3, 4: Librarian Club 4:
Sportsman Club 3, 4: Intramural
Sports l, 2, 3, 4.
A real joker-a friend to tbe endf
courier for Schuyler's football
,Xcadeniie I, 2, 3, 4: CANusAliAt:o
Stall, Photography Director 4: Scoop
Staff 2, 3, 4: Chapel Chairman 4:
Class Play 3, 4: Christmas Play 3:
Student Council l, 3, 4, President 4:
journalism Club 4: Glce Club I, 2,
3, 4: Boys' Ensemble l: llifY 3, 4:
"M" Club 3, 4: Class Vice-President
4, Secretary 2: Sportsman Club 4:
Sehool Patrol 1: Football l, 3, 4.
lX'lAXINE lx1ARGARET MART1N ROY MAURER, IR. Lois MAR1AN McCowAN
H , tr in rx x
Knows what she wants and makes :I
point to get itfwears a diamond-
likes square dancing.
Commercial l, 2, 3, -lg C,tNusARAc:o
Stal'l' -lg Scoop Stall' -lg Chapel
Chairman -lg Class Play Committee 3,
-lg Tri-Ili-Y 3, -lg Booster Club 2, 3,
-lg Intramural Sports l, 2, 3, -l.
Rev. VVclliver's right hand man-in-
terested in designing and art work
'il line rnusieian.
Academic l, 2, 3, 4g CANusARAoo
Stall, Illustration and Layout Editor
4g Scoop Stall 1, 2, 3, -lg Chapel
Chairman -lg Class Play -l, Student
Director -lg Journalism Club 2, 3, -lg
Clee Club 1, 2, 3, 4g Band 1, 2, 3,
-lg District Band -lg County Band I, 2,
3, -lg Dance Band -lg Boys' Ensemble
lg lli-Y 3, -l, Chaplain -lg "NI" Club
2, 3, -lg P. A. System Operator 2, 3,
-lg VVrestling 1, 2g Intramural Sports
Class proxy and elownfleads the
band-likes blond crew cuts and
Academic l, 2, 3, -lg C'ANusARAr:o
Stall' -lg Scoop Stall' l, 2, 3, -l,
"Snoop" Editor -lg Chapel Chairman
-lg Christmas Play lg Class Play Coin-
mittee 3, -lg Student Council lg
Journalism Club 2, 3, -lg Student
Librarian 2, 3, -lg Librarian Club -lg
Clee Club l, 3, -lg Band l, 2, 3, -lg
Cirls' Ensemble lg 'l'ri-lli-Y l, 2, 3,
-l, Yiee-President l, C b a pl a i n 3:
Booster Club 2, 3, -lg Intramural
Sports l, 2, 3, -lg May Court -l.
SIIIHLEY 'IEAN M ILHEIIXI
Pretty long hair-eonnnereial wi7-
never bothered by her neighbors.
lhmtuercial 1, 2, 3, -lg CANUSARAUO
Stall, Business Manager -lg Scoop Stall'
-l, Business Education Editor -lg
Chapel Chairman -lg Class Play 3g
Christmas Plav 3, -lg Journalism Club
3, -lg Student' Librarian 2, 3, -lg Li-
brarian Club -lg Clec Club lg Tri-lli-
Y 2, 3, -lg Sportsman Club 3, -lg In-
tramu.ral Sports 2, 3, -l.
HARVEY DE1.os MOYER
Quiet, go o cl natured-hails from
Clarkstown-award winner in F. li.
Agriculture 1, 2, 3, -lg CANusARAc:o
Stall -lg Scoop Staff lg Class Play
Committee -lg F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, -l,
President -lg Ili-Y 3, -lg VVrestling lg
Sportsman Club 2, 3, 4.
lMlARY JANE lXqYERS
ll I I7
Neat rlresserftrue to her Penn State
man-writes real small -likes to
Academic I, 2, 3, 4, CUXNUSARACLO
Stal'l', Craduates Editor -lg Scoop Stall'
l, 2, 3, -l, News Editor -lg Class Play
3, -lg Christmas Play lg Student Coun-
cil 2g Quill and Seroll 3, -lg Journal-
ism Club 2, 3, -lg Student Librarian
2, 3, -lg Librarian Club -lg Clec Club
l, 2, 3, -lg Tri-lli-Y l, 2, 3, -l, Treas-
urer -lg Booster Club 2, 3, -lg Maga-
zine Committeeg Cheerleader lg ln-
tramural Sports l, 2, 3, -lg May
PETER ECROYD lwIClI0l.SON LOUISE IXIIRIARI PoRzEI.T EARI. LEWIS PoIIs'I'
"Pete" "L0IIise'l "l'01Is1ic"
lim-sn'I have much to say-likes farm
XVlll'li-SL'L'l'l'I aclinirvr uf girls.
.'XgI'icIIltuI'c I, 2, 3, 4, li. F. A. I,
2, 3, 4, 'l't'vasIIrcI' 3.
Not quite live fvvt-yn-ry pctitcfa
gmail friend of the tuwn I:IIp-al-
ways with Max.
ntcarlurnic I, 2, 3, 4, C'ANusAR,xr,o
Stall' 4, Scoop Stall' I, 2, 3, 4, Class
Play 4, Coininittcv 3, 4, Cliristmas
Play 3, Stuclcnt Librarian 2, 3, 4:
Librarian Club 4, Glue Club I, 2, 3,
4, Girls' Enscniblu I, Minstrvl Slum'
I, 2, Tri-Ili-Y l, 2, 3, 4, Secretary I,
Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4, Cyin
.N rval nirc' guy a gmail n'rvstlt'r-
drives il gI'I-cn C'lIcyy-always pvs-
.Xgriculturv I, 2, 3, 4, Ii. Ii. A. I, 2.
3, 4, Prcsimlcnt 3, Scurctary 4, Grun-
ty Vice-Prusimlciit 4, f'iKNllNARAlL0
Stall, Arlvcrtisirig Klanagcr 4, Swiftly
Stafl' 2, 3, 4, Cltapcl libairinan 4,
Stuclcnt Council I, 2, .Xrncricaii IA'
giun .Xwaral I, Pm-try .Mvarsl I, Ili
I' 3, 4, "Nl" Club 2, 3, 4, Svuri-tary
iIYl'C1lSlll'l'I' 4, Sportsinan Club 3, 4:
XYrcstling l, Z, 3, 4, Miiislrcl Slum'
2, 3, Intramural Sports I, Z, 3, 4.
CIIAIILES ERNEST RISHEI. PATSY ANN ROBBINS EDNA IVIAE SCIIENCK
HEl'lIlL'N "Pat" "Eddie"
,X rcal ntcv
guy-bigli salesman for
lll'lVk'-'lllll anzl built
l, 2, 4, Intrainural
2, 3, 4, limxtlrall I, 2, Ilas-
Ilails frinn Nlllffflllllil-iIl'lVl'S il Buick
fprctty liiigvriniils-likes bluntls.
Cmnmercial l, 2, 3, 4, LIANUSARAUO
Stall' 4, Scoop Stall 4, Business Man-
ager 4, Chapel Cliairman 4, Class
Play Cuminiltce 3, 4, Innrnalisin Club
3, 4: Student Librarian 2, 3, 4, Li-
brarian Club 4, Tri-Ili-Y 3, 4, Ilunstur
Club 4, Intramural Sparts 3, 4.
Nlixoml up in mlnugliflilws Ibm' navy -
a gmail liicl and likctl by all.
.Xcadcrnic I, 2, 3, 4, C'ANIIsAIIAr.n
Stall, Aclrrtiiiistratimi Ifclitnr 4, S4-only
Stall' I, 2, 3, 4, Class Play 4, Cum-
Inittcc 3, 4, Cliapcl Chairnian 4, Stu-
slcnt Council 4, 'liruasurur 4, Quill
and Scroll 3, 4, juurnalisrn Club 2,
3, 4, Glue Club l, Minstrvl Slum' I,
31 SIIHICIII Librarian Z, 3, 4, Librarf
iaII Club 4, 'l'ri-Ili-Y l, 1, 3, 4,
Ilaoster Club 2, 3, 4, Intramural
Sports I, 2, 3, 4, Gym Team 2, 3.
S11tRi,EY ESTHER SECULES lVlARY JOANN S11112-MAN PHILIP JAMES SuOLT1s
it . ii
Likes to hotrod in the truck-has
pretty hair and a niee personality.
Commereial l, 2, 3, 4, Cawtismmuo
Stall, 4, Chapel Chairman 4, Class
Play Usher 3, 4, ,lournalisrn Club 3,
4, Student Librarian 2, 3, 4, Li-
brarian Club 4, Glec Club 3, 4, Tri-
lli-Y l, Z, 3, 4, Booster Club 2, 3, 4,
Sportsman Club 3, 4, Intramural
Sports 1, 2, 3, 4.
Swell girl-another future R.N. Cshe
hope.-SD - likes eheerleading and
Aeademie l, 2, 3, 4, CANusAR.toO
Staff, Propheey Editor 4, Scoop Stall
l, 2, 3, 4, Grade News Editor 4,
Chapel Chairman 4, Class Play Com-
mittee 3, 4, Student Couneil l, 3,
Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Seerctary-'I'rea-
surer 4, Student Librarian 2, 3, 4,
Librarian Club 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4,
President 4, Booster Club 2, 3, 4,
Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Intramural
Sports 1, 2, 3, May Court 4.
A good Scoop worker-likes hunting
and Shirleyfalways a barrel of
Commercial l, 2, General 3, 4, CAN-
us.ut.uaO Stall 4, Scoop Stall' 2, 3, 4,
Assistant Editor 4, Ili-Y 3, 4,
Club 3, 4, Sportsman Club 3, 4,
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Sports
1, 2, 3, 4.
PHILIP lVlASON STORY
Drives a eonvertible-import from
Canton-a happy guy-always eotr
Agriculture l, 2, 3, 4, CANUSARALLO
Stall' 4, lli-Y 3, 4, "M" Club 3, 4,
Sportsman Club 3, 4, Vilrestling 2, 3,
4, Football 2, 3, 4, Intramural Sports
2, 3, 4.
C3ORDON RAY STROUP
ROBERT LEROY STROUP
" " "Burp"
Pilot of the Scoop-always jolly-
makes and keeps friends easily.
Commercial I, 2, General 3, 4, CAN-
ustximoo Staff, Typing Editor 4, Ili-
Y 3, 4, "M" Club 3, 4, Sportsman
Club 3, 4, Vkfrestling l, 2, 4, Foot-
ball 1, 3, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4.
Always in a rush-big wheel in thc
C. A. l'.fspends his time with a
eertain llughesville "lille."
Aeademie 1, 2, 3, 4, CANus.xnAt:o
Stall, Editor-in-Chief 4, Scoop Stall
I, 2, 3, 4, Class Play 3, 4, Christmas
Play l, 2, Student Couneil l, 4,
Quill and Seroll 3, 4, ,lournalisni
Club 2, 3, 4, Clee Club l, 2, 3, 4,
Band l, 2, 3, 4, Viee-President 4,
County Band 2, 3, 4, District Band
4, Dance Band 4, lli-Y 3, 4, Football
l, Sportsman Club 3, 4, Secretary-
Treasurer 4, Intramural Sports l, Z,
3, 4, Sports Announcer 4.
ROBERT BRUCE TULE
Class Romeo 4 always behind the
wht-ul of a snappy autofhzls a
Commercial l, 2, General 3, 4,
Chapel Chairman 4, Scoop Staff 2, 3,
4: Ili-Y 3, 4, "bl" Club 2, 3, 4,
lVrestling l, 2, 3, 4.
ROGER RITTER WACINER
Cood looking-witty and sineerc-is
nice to have around.
Agriculture 1, 2, 3, 4, F. F. A. 1, 2,
3, 4, Chaplain I, Reporter 2, Secre-
tary 3, Treasurer 4, Scoop Staff 2, 3,
4, Class Play Committee 3, Student
Council I, Ili-Y 3, 4, Sportsman Club
3, 4, Intramural Sports l, 2, 3, 4.
FREDA IOANN WAI.I.lS
Good in Commercial subjects-likes
horses-a real nice girl.
Commercial l, 2, 3, 4, CANusAitAt:o
Staff 4, Scoop Stall' 4, Chapel Chair-
lnan 4, Class Play Committee 3, 43
Student Council 3, Student Librarian
2, 3, 4, Librarian Club 4, Tri-Ili-Y
3, 4, Booster Club 3, 4, Intramural
Sports 2, 3, 4.
VV1i.i,1A1xt JAMES WALLIS NANCY ANN WALTMAN IDELORISE ARLINE WARREN
"Bill" i'Nancy" "Defi
"Bill" is tall, lanky, and good look- A peppy cheerleader-likes red heads A quiet, friendlv girl-likes to read
ing f good natured - eyes reveal -always ready to have a lot of fun. and babv sit. 1
.Xt-adt-mic l, 2, 3, 4, LIANUSARAGO
Stall, Sports Editor 4, Scoop Staff 2,
3, 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Journal-
ism Club 2, 3, 4, School Patrol 1,
lli-Y 3, 4, President 4, "bl" Club
2, 3, 4, President 4, Class Vice-Presi-
dent 3, Football 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain
4, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Captain 1,
Baseball Manager l, Intramural
Sports l, 2, 3, 4.
Commercial 1, 2, 3, 4, CANusA1tAcso
Staff 4, Scoop Stall 4, Chapel Chair-
man 4, Student Council 2, Student
Librarian 2, 3, 4, Captain 3, Librar-
ian Club 4, Secretary 4, Class Play
3, 4, Clee Club 2, 3, 4, Girls' En-
semble 1, Tri-Ili-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Booster
Club 3, 4, Intramural Sports l, 2, 3,
4, May Court 4.
Academic 1, Connnereial 2, General
3, 4, Tri-Ili-Y I, 2, 3, 4.
LOUISE K. WERNER
Beautiful blue eyes and fair skin!
will make a wonderful lflorenee
:Xt-ademie I, 2, 3, 45 Cawtlsanixoo
Stall' 45 Scoop Stall' 45 Class Play 3,
45 Class Secretary 3, 45 Glee Club I5
Student Librarian 2, 3, 4, Captain 35
Librarian Club 45 'liri-Ili-Y 2, 3, 45
Rooster Club 2, 3, 45 Minstrel Show
I5 Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4.
ROBERT Louis VVERTIXIAN
A three letter man-leads our Class
-neat dresser-has a weird laugh.
Aeademie I, 2, 3, 45 CANIISARAILO
Stall' 45 Scoop Staff l, 2, 3, 45 Chapel
Chairman 45 Quill and Scroll 3, 45
journalism Club 45 Boys' Ensemble
I5 Sehool Patrol 15 Ili-Y 3, 4, Class
Play Student Director 35 Minstrel
Show 3, 45 Class President 3, 45
Sportslnan Club 3, 45 Football 2, 3,
45 Basketball l, 2, 3, 45 Baseball I,
2, 3, 45 Intramural Sports l, 2, 3, 4.
MAX LEWIS VVIIIPPLE
Our future llarry IamesAvery active
in the bandflikes tbe A. ii. and
Aeademie I, 2, 3, 45 CRXNIISAIIAUO
Statl' 4, Music and Features liditor 45
Scoop Stail' l, 2, 3, 45 Chapel Chair-
man 45 Student Council 3, 4, Vice-
President 45 Class Play Committee 3,
Stage Crew 3, 45 journalism Club 2,
35 Band I, 2. 3, 4, President 45
Ilanee Band 45 "M" Club 45 Basket-
ball Manager l, 2, 3, 45 Intramural
Sports 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball Seore-
keeper 3, 45 May Queen Ruglcr I, 2,
EDITH IUDITH WINCZATE
llails from jersey -petite - likes to
eraek gum-quite a talker.
Commercial, General 45 ClANUSAllAUO
Statl' 45 Scoop Stali 45 Class Play 45
journalism Club 45 'I'ri-Ili-Y 45 Roost-
er Club 45 Sportsman Club 4.
RUTH IRVINE WITIIIIKDXV
RUTH IXLENE WOI.FE
A new friendly country gal-spends A gay girl with coal black hair-ex-
mueh of her time at the M. Y. ll. eels in sportsfknows how to get
-all around gal athlete. along with Mr. Schuyler. QU
.Xeademie l, 2, 3, 45 CANusAlmuo Commercial l, 2, 3, 45 C,tNus,umt:o
Statl' 45 Chapel Chairman 45 jour- Stall' 45 Scoop Statl' 2, 3, 45 Student
nalisnl Club 45 'fri-lli-Y 45 Rooster Librarian 2, 3, 45 Librarian Club 45
Club 45 Intramural Sports 4. Clee Club l5 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 'l'riA
lli-Y l, 2, 3, 45 Rooster Club 2, 3
4, Vice-President 3, President 4
Cxm Team 2, 3, 45 Minstrel Show
35' Intramural Sports l, 2, 3, 4.
We, the class of 1954, do hereby pledge to make use of the knowledge acquired
throughout our past, and to succeed in the world opening before us. We pledge
to Cod, our Alma Mater, our nation, and to ourselves, loyalty and integrity. As a
class, we promise to uphold and improve the standards of a free country, and to
pass on to our successors the fine heritage which we have received from those
who have preceded us.
May the blessing of Cod be upon us as we seek to build for the future.
Colors-Maroon and Silver
Flower - White Carnation
Motto-"Enter to Learn, Co Forth to Serven
Calendar of Events
September 8 ,.....,... ,,...,........................... S chool Opened
September 12 .........,.... . .....,., Opening Football Came, Canton
October 26 and 27 ,..,..... .........,..,.,............,...... .... 1 n stitute Vacation
October 30 ,................. ,....... M uncy Defeated Montgomery 32-0
November 3 ...,.. ,...... ...,. ,..r.......,..,.... S e n ior Kiddy Day
November 12 ,...,..
November 20 ......
November 25 ..,..,
December 30 .,..,..
january 4 ........,..,..
january 20 and 21 .4....
january 23 ...r......,...
january 22-25 ......
February 9 .........
February 13 ...,.......,
February 24 .,.........,
February 25 and 26
March 24 .,.........,.,..
March 30 .,...,..........
April 8 and 9 .....,
April 30 ..,.,..,.......
May 12 ..,..r............,..,,
May 19 and 20 ...,,
May 21 ,..,..........,..,..
May 23 ..,..........
May 24-27 ....,...
May 28 ...,.....
june 3 .....,.
' ...,..4,..,.. Sadie HaWkin's Dance
Band Parents' Dance
,...,,.... Back from Christmas Vacation
Wrestlers Defeated Williamsport 30-9
Cagers Become Eligible for P.I.A.A. Playoffs
Wrestlers Win West 'Branch Title
. .r.... Senior Class Play
County Band Festival
junior Class Play
........,.,....s.,.. May Day Ceremony
Spring Concert-Band and Vocal
Seniors' Final Examinations
Class Day-Junior and Senior Prom
Class Trip-New York City
Junior High Commencement
Dearie, do you remember-
the chowder parties down by the
seashore, every Fourth of July?
Test your memory-
"Do you remember the first time we trod the
tarvied circle and fought for the best seats, only
to be calmed by Miss Koons and Mrs. Dice?"
"Or the time when Buddy Moyer won the
butter we all took part in making?"
"The Christmas operetta, Christmas With
the Old Woman in the Shoe, gave us all our
first experience with the drama."
"Yes, that was some year!"
"How about second grade, when we all took
part in the rhythm bands directed by Ralph
Balliet and Bob WertmanP"
"The girls began their culinary skills by mak-
ing Christmas cookies, aided by Mrs. Coodenow,
who tried to explain the process of coating sand-
tarts with eggwhites. This was a procedure
which they found hard to understand."
"Mrs. Hoffman's 'candy shop' really had a
booming business every noon hour. She had
quite a time trying to keep track of her home
room students and also the money of the high
"After two years we were ready to move on.
Feeling a little grown up, we decided to have a
sleigh ride, just like the big boys and girls."
"Mn Stahl, with his sleigh and team of
horses, gave us quite a thrill in the midwinter
"Of course, our teachers, Miss Stahl and Miss
Shook, were along to chaperone."
"Elevating our education by climbing the
stairs, we were exposed to a new system of
"Miss Renninger tried to convert our crude
etchings into a correct form of penmanship,
while Mrs. Smith was occupied by training our
vocal chords." .
"Everyone was stepping lightly that year, pos-
sibly due to his training in dancing the minuet
as a portion of the play entitled Martha and
George Washingtorfs Tea Party, performed at
a P. T. A. meeting in February."
Y "Having butterflies in our stomachs was not
an unfamiliar sensation, either."
"What about our presentation of Aloe Lin-
coln's Store? Miss Keener spent a lot of time
directing us in our parts and helping us collect
the boxes, cans, and other properties needed in
making the store look authenicf'
"Yes, and Miss Griffith turned our thoughts
toward the scientific aspect of life by teaching
us to read thermometers, to understand weather
forecasts, and even to do a little weather pre-
"Donald Marshall and Maryland Luft both
stirred up quite a commotion when they became
members of our class during the year."
"Mrs. Stine and Miss Castor were really
astonished when the 'weaker sex' came out the
victors in a tug of war during a gym exhibition
for P. T. A., the fellows actually kept quiet Cfor
a little time at leastl following their defeat."
"But in spite of this, puppy love managed to
bite Bob Wertman and Ieanne Odon, Bill
Wallis and Janie Myers, Max Whipple and
Nancy Waltman, Roy Maurer and Maryland
Luft, and Skip Stroup and Shirley Milheim's
heart after a rousing game of 'Prison'l"
"Dancing class and the 5th and 6th Grade
Clee Club added to the more cultural side of
our 6th grade life."
"Then came the thrill and excitement of
entering junior high school. Changing classes
on a large scale, screen reports, and weekly
chapel programs Cto which we were escorted
by Mrs. Arthur and Miss Waldronl included
in our new activities."
"Language and Science Clubs were organized
by Miss Eustis and Miss Withers, the new ad-
ditions to the faculty. Some of our members
presented the play, jean Valjean, for a chapel
"Our class membership was enlarged with
the importation of students who had just lin-
ished the first six grades at Pennsdalef'
"As time flew on wings of silver, we were
confronted by the task of filling out application
blanks for the course we desired to pursue upon
entering 9th grade. Mr. Cirven and Miss Wal-
dron helped us in making our decisions."
"And we can't forget our picnics! 8-A went
to Rolling Green bound for the roller coaster,
while 8-Z found the glittering Waters of Har-
vey's Lake more attractive. Petite Louise Por-
zelt was welcomed into the fold along with
energetic Edna Mae Schenckf'
"Now for our freshman year and the memory
of white dresses, nattily dressed boys, the open-
ing chords of the graduation processional march,
and the weak knees which somehow managed
to carry us down the aisle!"
"The class trip to Hershey was really Ccoolb,
"Don't forget the students from Moreland
Township who joined us and all the fun we
had in our homerooms with Miss Eustis and
"Putting away childish things, we oHicially
became the members of senior high school
known as 'sophisticated sophomoresf One out-
standing feature was biology class and the di-
secting of innocent little worms."
"The homerooms of Miss Stine and Mr.
Hughes underwent rather extensive Christmas
decorating, but luckily the walls were still
standing after all was cleared away. Elected to
class oflices were: Peg Spalding, President,
Fuzzy Hartman, Vice-President, Don Marshall,
Secretary, PhyllisAApp, Treasurer."
"As carefree, jolly juniors, our activities were
varied and many. Our class ofiicers: Bob Wert-
man, Bill Wallis, Louise Werner, and Phyllis
App led us as we sponsored a food sale, a spring
dance Cremember 'The Arch'?D, and the pro-
duction of Crazy But Cute, directed by Miss
Zimmerman. Those crazy rehearsals!"
"Never let Mr. Coblentz's neatness or Mr.
Houseknecht's closet fall into oblivion, either."
"Yes, there was but one thing to mar our
happiness-that was when one of our mem-
bers, Cynthia Cuisewhite, contacted infantile
paralysis early in the school term."
"Reaching the goal we had strived for eleven
long years to achieve, we found, as seniors, that
our high school days were rapidly drawing to
"Don Marshall was elected to the vice-presi-
dency of the class, which was, incidentally, the
only change in class officers."
"Mr. Myers was really run ragged between
trying to get us into the homeroom and then
working after hours building his new house."
"Do you think Mr. Reiter will ever live down
trading his Cadillac for a Plymouth?"
"Say, 'Senior Kiddie Day' was quite the thing
too-we'll never forget the recess and the walk
around the 'Circlef Regressing to childhood
ways and apparel for a day was really a pleasure."
"Finally managing a date for our play, The
Little Dog Laughed Cdirected by Miss WithersD,
we presented it on February 25th and 26th."
"The memory of graduation, the coveted di-
ploma in our hands at last, the sadness of saying
farewell to our classmates, the trip to New York
City-are the latest recollections of our school
"And while we are reminiscing, did you know
that Miss Stahl became Mrs. Ceorge Stahl?
That Miss Eustis changed her name to Mrs.
Theodore Lindquist, and Miss Stine is now Mrs.
Herbert Benchoff? Oh yes, Miss Crillith also
combined her musical talent with Mr. james
Ritter, who is an instrumental director."
"My, the years have gone by so quickly! But
that lachrymose day when we trod the tarvied
circle and saw our teachers for the last time is
one never to be forgotten."
Do you remember?
Yes, I remember-
Then you belonged to the class of "54"
Music from "just One of Those Things" Words by Ruth Lucas and Loig MQCQWHH
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thought a bit of the end of it when we start-ed out- as a class .
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i Pet Aversion
Mr. Reiter's English
Girls Who Step Out
On Their Boyfriends
Boys Who Drink
Finding Louise at noon
People Who Think They
Are Better Than
Than Sleeping Pills
P. D. Class
Robbins Not Being
Being Called Mary-Land
People Who Drink
Miss Long's Classes
and Her Chairs
Music and Knitting
Playing Sax in
Girls and Sports
Maryl, Sports, Music
Music, Sports, and
Art, British Royalty
Roller Skating and
Horses, Music and
Army and Curly Hair
CRobin's Egg Bluel
A Certain Guy
What's the Use!
I'11 Clue You!
Just as I Figured!
Watch That First Step!
Oh! Good Heavens!
Take Two, They're
Is That Ofiicial?
Oh, For Heaven's
Well, Get That!
Well, Smell You!
Call Me Tremendous,
Own a Gas Station
Chief Cook and
Mary Jane Myers
Edna Mae Schenck
Stan's Smart Remarks
P. D. Topics
Seckie's Crazy Remarks
Mag and I Getting Into
Girls Whose Hair Is
About Three Different
Girls Who Wonft Go
People Who Think
They Are Smart
Girls Who Crack Gum
Miss Long's Chairs
Fellows Who Think
They Can Get Any
Girl They Want
Girls Who Think They
Are God's Gift to Me
Blonde Hair and
Air Force and
Judy and Civil
Horses and Reading
Ice Skating, Dancing,
Writing Letters to
Get Out of Here!
Fine Buddy You Are
Holy Cow! I
Oh, My Heavens!
Oh My Cow!
Figure It Out!
ls That So!
Hi Ya Buddy!
It's the Greatest!
Oh! Calm Yourself!
If You Say So!
You Got Me!
You Don't Say!
Let's Put It Down!
I'll Clue You!
You Wanna Bet?
Phys. Ed. Teacher
Hall of Fame
MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED MOST COOPERATIVE
ROBERT STROUP MERIAM BIEBER ROY MAURER PHYLLIS APP
MOST STUDIOUS BEST ATHLETE
WILLIAM CoRsoN MARY IANE MYERS RICHARD BRITTAIN Rum WOLFE
MOST WITTY BEST NATURED
DONALD MARSHALL RUTH WITHROW ROBERT FRY MARYLAND LUFT
BEST LOOKING BEST DRESSED
EARL Pousr JOAN HEILMAN WILLIAM WALLIS RUTH LUCAS
Upon returning to Muncy after being away
for a period of years, we glanced through the
Muncy Luminary to catch up on the news
gone by. Naturally, we bought it from the news-
stand owned by Dick Cottschall. To our sur-
prise we discovered that Skip Stroup is the edi-
tor, with Shirley Milheim, business manager.
The headlines read, "New Building Being
Erected". We read that this building is being
constructed by the D. L. Marshall Construction
Co., the plans were drawn up by Bill Wallis,
the world famous architect. The name of the
company planning to occupy this building is
R. L. Stroup Inc., manufacturers of interplan-
etary aviation equipment and technical special-
ties. Also, we find that Bill Corson is the chief
mechanical engineer in the Stroup firm.
We see a large party was held at "Ash-
urstf' owned by Shirley Secules and her husband
who specialize in Hapjacks. The party was given
by Edie Wingate for the engagement of Mary
Jane Myers to Ronny Feigles. The entertain-
ment for the evening was provided by "Max
Whipple and his Starlight Serenadersf' He
features Toot McGowan, well known vocalist,
with Ruthie Lucas at the piano.
We are unhappy to read that Bob Tule had
a mishap while competing in the state-wide
100 mile speedway and was rushed to the Muncy
Valley Hospital. We decided to go visit him.
Upon arriving there, we stopped to chat a while
with Squeekie Werner, the head nurse. She
tells us that many of our former classmates are
her assistants. Ioan Heilman, dietitian, Ruth
Withrow, head of surgeryg Edna Mae Schenck,
night supervisor, and Meriam Bieber, day super-
viser. As we entered Bob's room we found
Louise Porzelt, who was his private nurse. "Tur-
tle" informed us that another one of our class-
mates, Mrs. Arnold Love, the former Mary
Arthur, has twins. We proceeded up the stairs
to see her. ln charge there was Mrs. Paul Fun-
ston, the former Shirley Confer. We moved
on to the nursery to see the twins and there
we found Elsie johnson and Faye Freeh, the
As we turn the page, we see that quite a few
of our fellow classmates have joined the Armed
Forces. Phil Story and Dick Brittain have
climbed to the rank of Major in the Marines.
Domer Balliet is a test pilot in the Air Force.
We find that Tom Dewald and Ernie Rishel
are Chief Petty Officers in the Navy.
While looking over the school news we see
that Pat Robbins, an elementary teacher, is
having some trouble with David Wolfe, son of
Mrs. Marlin Wolfe, the former Joann Ship-
man. It seems that he has picked up some of
his mother's traits.
Phyllis App, upon returning from France, is
teaching languages. Ruth Wolfe and Fuzzy
Hartman are the physical education teachers
at the high school. Fuzzy is also head Basket-
ball coach. His team, of which he is very proud,
has taken the West Branch Championship.
As we read on we find that Bob Wertman
is now in Connecticut working on his master's
degree in forestry at Yale University.
As we read the advertisements we see that
the new proprietor of the Five and Ten Cent
Store is Mrs. Richard Butler, the former Maxine
Martin. After inquiring around we see that her
head saleswoman is Norma Jean Kilgus.
Delorise Warren and Mrs. Fred Robbins, the
former Freda Wallis, are the proud owners of
the "Greasy Spoon Restaurant," located on
Buddy Moyer and Earl Poust operate a road-
side market selling fresh foods that are guaran-
teed to last until you eat them.
Whose face should be find leafmg through
the advertisement section staring up at us but
Maryland Luft's, a well known airline hostess,
advertisingfor T. W. A.
We also see a full page spread advertising
"Pete's Prosperous Dairy," owned by Pete Nich-
olson, who specializes in sour milk. Richard
Kemrer is the manager.
We put our newspaper down and proceeded
to go to a tea given by Nancy Waltman and
Mrs. Edward Bitler, the former Violet Magar-
gle. As we entered the house, we were almost
knocked out by Violet's offspring. In the course
of the conversation we learned that Reba Kahler
is overseas doing missionary work. Also, the
Rev. Dr. R. C. Maurer is now in the state of
Alaska where he is the Bishop of the North
Eastern Region of the Methodist Church.
After bidding farewell once again, we left
the wonderful town of Muncy. We stopped on
our way at "Wimpy's Garage" where we found
Paul Funston, proprietor, with Phil Sholtis as
head mechanic. We started on our way again,
not sorry we had taken the time to visit old class-
mates in our home town.
Our Last Will and Testament
We, the seniors of 1954, with tears in our eyes
and lumps in our throats, being fully aware that
we are about to leave the beloved halls of the
Muncy High School, at this the end of our 12th
year, do hereby declare this our last will and
To the faculty we leave our thanks and three
months of peace and quiet.
To the juniors we leave all our left-over school
spirit and hope they will make good use of it.
To the Sophomores we leave our love of school
and homework. Have fun, Kids!
To the Freshmen we bequeath our quiet and
To Barbara Pidgeon, "Frenchie" App wills her
infectious laugh. Careful where you use it,
One fountain pen is left to Vonnie Allen by
Mary jane Myers, to be used every night, next
Ruthie Lucas leaves to Judy Konkle her ability
to get up at 8:20 and still make it to school on
time Cwell, most of the timeD!
Boney Kemrer leaves his false teeth to Mr. Del-
paz. Make sure you take good care of them.
Max Whipple wills to Paul Seibert his solo cor-
net chair in the band.
Notice!!!! Anyone interested? "Toot', McCow-
an leaves all the desks she has occupied in the
last four years, Cwith her name engraved, of
coursel, to anyone interested.
To Donny Book, Bob Stroup leaves his precious
"Slipstick" Cslide ruleD.
Earl Poust wills his innocent looks to be used
after a period of heckling Mr. Musial, to Eddie
Shirley Milheim leaves behind, after careful con-
sideration, one box of bobby pins, ten curlers
and her long, blond hair to Judy Vermilya.
"Mim,' Bieber leaves Mr. Long her long eye-
lashes, to be used to get himself someone,
Cpreferably a wifel to open his cans of baked
Buddy Moyer wills his nickname, 'iTurkey," to
To any needy soul, Norma Jean Kilgus leaves
her ability to say the wrong thing at the
lvan Hartman wills his muscular physique to
To anyone unfortunate enough to have French
next year, Roy Maurer wills his exceptional
skill in the subject. A
Elsie Iohnson just vacated her post as Chief Li-
brarian and wishes to turn it over to Bobby
Skip Stroup wills his ability to help out the
English teachers to Bob Banzholf.
Don Marshall wills his good disposition and
friendliness to Rodney Freeh.
Bob Fry leaves his football uniform to Buddy
Lowe. No alterations needed Buddy!
To Sam Feigles, Phil Story wills his trusty car.
It hardly ever breaks down, Sam.
Joan Heilman leaves her May Queen Throne to
some future senior girl.
Bob Wertman leaves to Paul Seibert his secret
chemistry formula. Watch out it doesn't ex-
One pair of speedy roller skates is left to Donn
Lewis, by Faye Freeh.
Anyone want to get rich fast? Mary Arthur wills
her piggy bank containing six lead nickels to
anyone who wants it.
Max Stackhouse inherits from Patsy Robbins,
her pretty blue eyes, which she knows he will
To ,lane Richmond, Freda Wallis wills her charm-
ing way with horses. Make sure you use it
only on horses, lane.
Bill Corson leaves his seat in typing class to Lee
Coodenow. By the way, the ribbons need
Edna Mae Schenck donates her glasses to the
"Snoopi' department to be used "to get the
To Tommy Pidgeon, Tom DeWald wills his
skill in arguing with his boss.
Joann Shipman leaves Mr. Musial one bottle of
aspirin pills to be taken after Chemistry classes.
Donlt take them all at once!
Bob Tule, alias "lover boyf' entrusts his little
black book to Jay Schoch. Use it wisely, lay.
Maxine Martin bestows upon Nancy Temple
her ability to get engaged before graduation.
To Bob Holtzapple, Shirley Secules wills her
beautiful, naturally curly hair.
Though she doubts anyone will claim it, Louise
Porzelt leaves her dislike for classes to anyone
who will take it off her hands.
Delorise Warren wills one month's supply of
bubble gum to Mr. Foose. Only for use after
class though, please!
One box of colored pencils, an eraser, and lots
of paper are willed by Reba Kahler to her sis-
Dick Hicks leaves his record "no fatal accidents
yetv to Donny Baylor.
To Bob Sterner, Philip Sholtis leaves his well
worn baseball glove.
Roger Wagner wills his dark hair, plus its one
wave, to Janice Stroup.
Shirley Confer bestows upon Connie Cummings,
her quiet ways and pretty smile. Use them
Nancy Waltman leaves to all future cheerlead-
ers, her cheerleading pep. just so things don't
To Mr. Schuyler, Maryland Luft wills her tiny
waist line. We hope you find it useful!!
"Squeeky" Werner wills to Miss Long her good
nature to be used constantly.
Dick Brittain wills his wrestling holds to Bobby
Rohm. Make good use of them.
"Wimpy" Funston wills Sally Richart his prec-
ious convertible. Careful of those fenders.
Deonne Hartman inherits from Violet Magargle
her ability to "go steady" with the same guy
for three years.
Ruth Wolfe wills her love for sports to Betty
Rothfuss. Hope you do as well as Ruth has.
Steer Clear! Ruthie Withrow left Mary Lee
Wanish her soccer kick. Don't connect with it!
Ralph Balliet wills his ability to speed through
town and not get caught, to Bill Sommerville.
One loud car horn and a book entitled How To
Be A Good Driver, is left to Lynn Hess by
Bill Wallis wills his athletic ability to Donny
Rosenbaum. Do a good job, Don.
Edie Wingate leaves to all Muncians, who may
come here in the future, her ability to be true
to Montoursville. Except at football games,
basketball games, and wrestling matches!
To Kent Smith, Ernest Rishel wills his sales abil-
ity, for use in next year's magazine drive.
Cynthia Cuisewhite leaves her cheerful outlook
on life to Mr. Musial, when the lively juniors
are getting in his hair.
Last, but not least, Peter Nicholson leaves his
ability to sleep in class to anyone who thinks
he can get away with it.
With this we close our last will and testament,
given at the Muncy-Muncy Creek High School,
on Class Day in the year of Our Lord, One thou-
sand nine hundred fifty-four.
Left to Right-Sherman Moyer, Nancy Ritter, Robert Holtzapple, Ida Mae Solomon.
President - - - - SHERIVIAN MOYER
Vice-President - NANCY RITTER
Secretary IDA MAE SOLOMON
Treasurer - ROBERT HOLTZAPPLE
The junior class began this year to work as a group in order to raise money for
the various things that arise in their junior and senior years. At the various dances
throughout the past school year, they had a coat check. Barbara Pidgeon was in charge
of this and since the expenses were few, they made out quite well. Along with the
coat check, they also had a food sale, the success of which was attributed to the fine
cooperation of the class. One of the biggest events of the year was their junior Class
Play, "You Can't Always Sometimes Tell," which was a success not only financially,
but dramatically as well.
The juniors oHicially were known as juniors when they received their hats,
pennants, emblems, and class rings bearing the year HSS."
Much of the success of the juniors is due to the fine leadership which they have.
Besides a group of capable oflicers, they have an energetic adviser in Mr. Delpaz.
He has helped and guided them and has become a familiar figure to the class of 1955.
Virxt lluw, Left to Right-Lynn lless, Homer Hilncr, Max Feigles, Kenneth llill. Second R0wfShirley Brittain, Roberta Artley,
Geraldine lireneisen, Yvonne Allen, Patricia Kilgus, Deonne Hartman. Thirzl Row-Pierre Fritz, Beverly Fry, Jean Gardner, Shirley
filuiani, Margaret Karger, juan lfrick, Luther Bardu. Fourth Row-Harold Bitler, Robert Ilnltznpple, Donald Baylor, Frank llellvr,
Samuel Fviglcs, Harry Bcilharz, Roger Kurtz. llrmieromn Teacher-Mr. Long.
eww ut- X .a t .. . A . .
First Huw, left to Right-Lynn Puust, Max Staekhouse, Sherman Moyer, VVilliam Laurenson. Second Hnwwliaye Stauller, Sara
lliehart, Nancy Ritter, Janice Struup, VVilma Scoflrield, Donna Lewis. Third RowfRuhert Sterner, lda Mae Soloman, Patricia Bloom,
Iurlith Vermilya, Barbara Pidgeon, Paul Seihert. Fourth Row-Samuel Sasso, Edward Robbins, Kent Smith, Edward ltlichael,
XVilliam Little, XVilliam Nciclerburger, VVilliam Somerville, David VVintcr. Homeroom Teacher-Mr. Houseknecht.
First Row, Left to Right-Gary Frey, Larry Lawton, Clarence Fogelman, Charles Lowe, Boyd Leech, Harvey Breneisen. Second
Row-Loretta llousekneeht, Janice Craig, Nancy McKee, Barbara Kilgus, Ellen Kahler, June Hessler, Lee Goodenow, Constance
Cummings, Judith Konkle. Third Row-Paul Feigles, James Fenstermacher, John Ebner, Jacqueline Hicks, Beverly Hall, Charles
Ciraulo, Robert Kemrer, James Edwards, John Bubb. Fourth Row-Edward McCarty, Rodney Freeh, Roger Corson, Lewis Baker,
Donald Book, Vllilliam McCarty, Ira Bieber, Carl Bieber, Robert Banzhaf. Homefoorn Teacher-Mr. Foose.
- f K r n 1
First Row, Left to Right-Gary Schwenk, Edwin Sieg, James Vermeulen, Ronald Taylor, Daniel McCourt. Second Row-Buela
Swartz, Jane Richmond, Freda Miller, Naomi Yoeum, Dorothy Shaner, Barbara Sheppard, Rosalie Stroup, Mary Lee Wanish, Carol
Meekley, Marjorie Pepper. Thirrl Row-Nancy Temple, Norma Jean Murray, Donald Rosenbaum, Thomas Winters, Marlin Wertman,
Robert Rohm, Kay Swartz, VVilliam Thomas, Martin Williams. Fourth Row-Jay Sehoeh, Earl Shoemaker, Nyle Yeagle, Kenneth Sny-
der, Thomas Pidgcon, Myron Shetlur, Joseph Vllhitmoyer, Vllayne Spring, Fred Vllorthington, Kenneth Moyer. Homvmom Teacher-
liirst Row, Left to Right-Raymond Long, Larry Lauchle, Jesse Lowe, VVilliam Lnrimer, Roger Frantz. Second Row-Ava Jo llilner,
Josyln Fritz, Betty Jane Ellis, Mildred Crawford, Martha Cipriani, Rita Covert, Ven:-tta Gardner, Lois Ann Grunebc-rg, Marilee
Camlmlwll. Vililifzi lion'-Susan Brown, Laura Bieher, Lowanda Dapp, Marjorie D:-VVald, Shirley Feigles, Patty Ileller, Shirley Gotl-
sehall, Donna Feigles, Judy Foley, Jane Iloltzapple. Fourth Row-James llall, Eugene Burkholdcr, Myron LeVan, llarold Fry, James
Cranvford, Gordon llill, James lloflman, Ronald llouseknevht R zld F . II ' " ' - ' '
L , ont rantz 01mraom leather Mr. Schuyler.
First Row, Left to Right-Donald L. Poust, Roger Lupold, James lNIcCarty, VVilliam Ritter, Robert Stauilner, Rodney OJJP, John
'.VilIiamsan. Second Row-Patricia Miller, Mildred VVhite, Eileen Persun, Sylvia Smith, Beverly Parson, lilorcncc Story, Donna Mat'
Sheppard, Virginia Slaringman. Thinl Ron'-Ann Scnseman, Pearl Michael, Doris Swank, Janet Lillll'Cl1S"'l, Marjorie Moyer, Betty
Jane Ruthfuss, Barbara Lucas, Gail Neufer, Joanne Ilouseknecht. Fourth Row-Alfred Snyder, Donald XV. Poust, Edward McGowan,
Richard VVarg, Richard Yoder, Frank Moore, Donald Niekles, Patrick McCloskey, Ray Spangenburg, Delbert Sancs. Ilomcroom
Class of l958
First Row, Left in Right-Ronald Frey, Gordon Chase, Larry Fry, Richard Fry, Lane Bitler, Kenneth Bartlow. Second Row-Gail
Bryfogle, Doris Blair, Mary Ann Edgeworth, Lois Banghart, Nancy DeWald, Dianna Fry, Joyce Brittain, Phyllis Crawford. Third
Row-Donald Cottsehall, Mary Geist, Celia Fenstermacher, Phyllis Booth, Carol Abel, Mary Ann Allen, Janet Edwards, Lynn
llousekneeht. Fourth Rowwllobert Herr, VVilliam Heivly, Duane Beeht, Gary Allen, james Gottsehall, James Artley, Ray Banks,
Eugene Hall, Robert Girven. Ilomeroom Teacher-Mrs. Houk.
lfirvt How, Left lo Right-Gene Rishcl, Thomas Stutzman, Eldon Reed, Dale Sehenek, Bernard Shook, VVilliam Summers, Iames
Kennedy. Svcoml Row-Ruth Ann Lowe, Rita Pedgeon, Alice Little, Ann Sehouley, Alyce Parsons, Mary VVebster, Emma Malloy,
Thelma llawk. Tlzinl Row-Donald Miteheltrcc, James Schneider, Carol Hildebrand, Nancy Musser, Ruby McCoy, Geraldine Til-
bury, Kay lless, Gloria VVeaver, Kent Rager. Fourth Row-Iohn Long, Douglas Shoemaker, Ronald VVertman, lack Patrizio, Frank
Leech, Samuel Sellers, Clayton Solomon, Arlan Swartz, Charles VVertman. Homeroom Teacher-Miss VValdron.
Class of I959
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First Row, left to Right-Kenneth Gardner, John DeVVald, David Fry, James Fetter, Leon App, John Engle, Samuel Gregg. Seeoml
Rowfliay Balliet, Connie Bair, Yunita Fry, Donna Detriek, Donna Anderson, Barbara Fry, Sandra Alexandra, Linda Griggs, Shirley
Michael, Judy llouseknecht. Third Row-Leona Ilall, Doris Craig, Barbara Book, Sara Jane Gray, llarriet lieigles, Barbara Elliot,
Joyce llessler, Barbara Lowe, Jnan Martin. Fourth Row-Ester Foley, Carolyn Applegate, Bruce llall, Dale llessler, Norman Ilawk,
Roger llreidinger, Marshall Dapp, LaRue Banghart, Kendru Anderson, Larry Gruver, Michael lidriclge, Robert lieiber, Dennis
Gardner. Absent-Judith Carter. Homeroorn Teacher-Mrs. Arthur.
First Row, Left to Right-Robert hlusser, Paul Sheatler, Kenneth Lee, Joseph Rose, Robert Stroup, llarold Lauchle, Donald Puder-
baugh, Larry Smith. Second Row-Dorothy Vermeulen, Georgianna VValt1nan, Jane Staugger, Joyce Schneider, Jaequelyn Vlliser,
Delores Smith, Pearl Sheridan, Barbara Tubbs, Nancy Seid, Mary VVolfe, Jean Ann VVoo4lley. illilifll Ron'-Nancy Zarr, Betty
Miller, Gladys Yoeum, Barbara VVhitnaek, Kathleen VVhalen, Joanne Poust, Janis Somerville, Patricia VValton, Jean Robbins, Mar-
garet VVhitnnan. Fourth Row-Richard Rhone, Terry Schwenk, David Youtz, VViIliam Reich, David Vklcnzel, Stephen VVhctstonc,
John Temple, George VVhite, Charles Shulley, Samuel VValkcr, Allen Smith. Absent-James Maust, Sandra Scbuoley. Ilomemom
Class of I96O
First Row, Left to Right-Richard Hill, Edmund Fogelman, Harry Frey, Sherman Lupold, VVilliam Stroup, Lee Anderson, Clyde
llouseknecht. Second Row-June Anstadt, Ruth Gray, Jean Hall, Sandra Vllalton, Iris Confer, Ruth Leech, Joyce Schaeffer, Josephine
Cipriani, Lois Abbott, Gloria Covert. Thin! Row-Patricia Doyne, Judy Crawford, YVaync Rishel, Sandra Frick, Mary Ann Lurimcr,
Kay Senseman, Nancy Pepper, Elaine Smith, Mary Ann Hartman, Marsha Bontomase. Fourth Row-Duane Shultz, Richard Wil-
liamson, Robert Pclling, Ronald Poorman, Donovan Shultz, Charles Phillips, Thomas Edwards, Gary Edwards, Ronald Bobb, Williilnr
Danley, Reginald Gardner. Teacher-Mrs. Stine.
First Row, left to Right-Keith Shoemaker, Franklin Sellers, Jack Felix, Gary Stout, Richard Akers, Tommy lleivly, Carl Kcil.
Second Row-Ann Patrizo, Gail Sheively, Connie llouscknect, Linda hlaurer, Carol Smith, Evalyn Gardner, Sandra Fciglcs, Connie
Lee, Joy lives, Joyce Evcs. Third llow-VViIliam Peterman, Sally Banzhof, Sally Cummings, Lila Lee Hilner, Nancy Bciber, Phyllis
llawk, Isabel Malloy, Sandra Sllillkff, Sylvia Schoch. Fourth RUw4Kay llouseknect, Judy Cleaver, Robert Flayhart, Phillip Danley.
Gary Bennett, Charles Scott, Teddy Fry, Steven Anderson, Robert Myers, Ann Gautsch. rllCHCl'Ll!l'-lxlf. Douty.
Class of I96I
First Row. left to Right-VVayne Sager, George Lupold, Gerald Long, Richard Johnson, Carl llawk, Stephen Opp, Vllayne Frye.
Seeoml Rott'-Ellen Stroup, Betty Sheatler, Lydia Sheridan, Joanne Feigles, Sharon Keyser, Marian Patrizio, Nancy Corson, Carol
Fetter, Shirley llarris. Thin! Row-Delores Malloy, Linda Bair, Nancy Rhone, Ann Long, Mary Detrick, Bonnie Gardner, Betty Gir-
ven, Mary Belle Davenport, Isabel Gregg. Fourth Row-Judith Brittain, Joan Hartman, Carol Folev, James Mathers, Theodore
Engle, Byron Bassett, Ralph Buck, Leroy Temple, John Myers. Absent-Philip Robbins, Donna lledilings, Diane Dunlap, Sharon
Butcher. 'leuelier-lX1rs. Ritter.
Firxt Rome. left to Right-David Mew-role Rov Shollv Mix Bicber lXlllL0ll'l'l M ' C' l Y
. , I . 1, if , 2 ' utr, ,orron Vashlvurn, Brian Kennedy. Secrzml
Rrm'-Austina Tillbury, Gloria Jackson, Gloria Smith, Sharon Scott, Carmeleta llause, Grace Lorimer, Rernadine Speary, Peggy Ann
Smith, Nancy VVeaver. Thin! Row-Kay Kepner, Nancy Vllengcl, Diane Dugan, Carol Vermuelen, Nancy Michael, Connie Soncs,
Linda Artley, Barbara Jacobs, Donna Ritter. Fourth Rzmf-Ronald llill, Barry Dingle, James Rodgers, Joseph Cipriani, liugenc
Green, Stephen Frantz, Ronald Riehart, Clyde Biddle, Ronald Bubb. Teacher-Miss Keener.
Class of I962
First Row, left to Right-Alfred Poff, Ronald Stackhouse, Samuel McCarty, Edward Hill, Harold Miller, Richard VVest, Fred Koons,
Robert Ilouscknecht. Second Row-Barbara Sue Poust, Wilnxa Rose, Millicent Barger, Mary VVhite, Helen Puderhaugh, Susan
Edridge, Rae Ann Griggs, Karen Dirner, Roberta Frey. Third Row-Ruth Shook, Nancy Robbins, Darlene Iacohs, Nancy Schell,
Susan Dildine, Patricia Dapp, Thomas VValtman. Fourth Row-Richard Arthur, Gary Alexander, Richard Cotner, George House-
knecht, Verland Springman, Dale Fisher, George Stanton, Carey Rager, James Musser. TcacherflX1rs. Smith.
First Row, Left tn Right-Dale Pepper, james Hunt, Dennis Warg, Edward VVertman, James Girven, Garreth Kirkner, Ronald
Green. See0nd Rowfzlrlene Yagel, Lueella Smith, Rita Wertman, Virginia Johnson, Iuanita Iloback, Henrietta Ilolzworth, Shelby
Frech, Aloha Biddle. Third, Rowfllarhara Martin, Mary Gottschall, Diane Ferguson, Susan Pflugor, Marjorie VVehster, Judy Confer,
Carolyn Wlretsttmrme, Cheryl Sheridan. Fourth Row-Ray Rothfuss, Kieth Rager, Robert Sellers, James Gray, David Pepper, james
Sheatler, John VVi11iams, Harold Lowe, Lynn Phillips. Teacher-Mrs.PoIf.
Class of I963
First Row, left to Right-Oliver Sones, Donald Babb, David Alexander, Donald Breneisen, Edward Smith. Second RowfJohn Zim-
merman, Stanley Riehart, John Sehwenk, Ronald Pnust, Vllilliam Geist, Charles Riehart, Donald Blair. 'lhinl Row-VVilliam Sense-
man, VVilliam Malloy, Donald VValton, Patricia Kerstetter, Grace llolzworth, Russell Pidcol, George llawk, John Leeeh. Fourth
llou'fJuditli Karsehner, Judith Ritter, Lillian Sholley, Barbara llletzger, Sharon Meserole, Bonnie Covert, Christine Brittain, Susan
VVood, Joyce Lawton. ,lll'tlL'llL'l'iRlI'S. lllae Stahl.
First Row, left to Right-ARobert lllillcr, VVilliam Richards, Robert Temple, Herbert Rowe, Donald llill. Second Ruu'fPaula
lllrieli, Jane Johnson, Mary Ann Rothfuss, Linda VViser, Linda llousekneeht, Janet Staelxhouse, Sandra Zarr, Joanne Cipriani. 'lliird
RUll'fSLlSIII1 Lyons, lirank Fenstertnaelier, Steven VValdron, Stanlev lllefartv, Rolland Nuss, Garv Spearv, Connie Vik-st lirmrtli limi'
-James llcrr, Stephen Musser, Max lllineemoyer, Robert Edwards, J'Villiam Scott, Peter Rubbing, Robert Shipman. 'l4t'l1l.'l1Ul'-RllSS
Class of I964
First Row, Left to Right-Matthew VVhite, Thomas Griggs, Edward Heincelman, Richard Opp, John Ritter, Robert Baker, Richard
Fisher, Donald Peeling, Raymond McCormick, Robert Tobias. Second Row-Terry Snell, Ralph Fogleman, Kevin Kennedy, Michael
Rosenbaum, Lee Houseknecht, Dean Anderson, John Konkle, Harry Stackhouse, James Plankenhorn, Grant Nuss, Robert Else, Ilarley
Fry, Thomas Brittain. Third Row-Vllilliam George, Kenneth Hilncr, Robert Johnson, Sharon Dugan, Betty Ilicks, Carol Burkhart,
Linda Murray, Joyce Johnson, Patsy Robbins, Joyce Karschner, Mary Ann Poff. Fourth Row-Ruth Ann Reed, Diana Dunn, Imogene
McCarty, Madeline Reed, Sandra Kennedy, Gretchen Luft, Kathy Long, Ruth Lorimer, Barbara Ilousekneclit, Margaret Patrizio,
Marilyn Corson, Nancy llartman. Absent-Denise Carter. Teacher-lVIac Goodnow.
First Row, Left to Right-Carl Jacobs, Gary Stutzman, Larry Girvin, Carl Richart, Donald Ilerr, James Miller, Michael Foley, Gary
Barto, Gerald Burkholdcr. Second Row-Edmund Luft, Robert Tomlinson, John. lhliller, James Stroup, Gary Brelsford, William
Brooke, Robert Derrick, Thomas Muir, Gary Craig, Gerald Frick, Edward Burkholder, Ronald Speary. Third Row-Margaret Mc-
Cabe, Charolette Miller, Daphne Frey, Doris Geringer, Jane Miller, Candace Scott, Nancy Munro, Mary Lee Lowe, Joy Shipman,
Gail Miller, Bonnie Washburn, Donald Gray. Fourth Row-Mary Anna Mathers, Marion Hunt, Judith Anderson, Janet Peterman,
Judith Nixon, Susan Van VVhy, Lois Shaner, Ruth Lowry, Perry Berger, David Michael, Gary Bontomase, Gary Lambert. Teacher
-Mrs. C. Merrell.
Class of I965
First Row, Left to Right-Michael M . E ' Sh
yers, IIC oemaker, Bruce Bahr, Robert Pidgeon, Daryl Edwards, Ronald Curley, Gary
Bitler, Thomas Holtzapple. Second Row-Mary Anna Fenstermacher, Dianna Flock, Susan Gordner, Linda Maurer, Lee Womels-
dorf, James VValt0n, Michael Maust, Jeffery Foley, Steven Breneisen, Michael Peterman, VVilliam Derrick. Third Row-Susie Dil-
dinc, Kathy Hager, Nancy Miller, Darlene Fieste, Constance Geist, Phyllis Sellers, Suzanne Stanton, Virginia
Dara Shadduck, Jane Schock. Fourth Row-Sylvan Fenstermachcr, Dale Fiester, Thomas Trimble Thomas
Terry Richart, Jerry llause, llenry Little, Frank Sherwood, Ronald Barto, Harley VVarren. Teacher-Miss Koons.
Rohm, Desiree Balum,
VVeaver, Robert Ileyl,
First Row, Left to Right-Edward S ear ', Bru'e S . F k
p y c ones, ran lin Sones, Glenwood VVest, Clarence Michael, Roy Leech, Ralph Kem-
rer. Second Row-Jane Martin, Dolores VVilt, Robert O'Connor, Charles Neiderberger, Carl Robbins, NVilliam Milheim, Donald
Gardner, Albert Irwin, Bruce Wenzel, Jay Gardner, Mary Lou Odon. Third Row-Patricia McCarty, Roberta Beiher, Kathryn
Michael, Kathryn Weaver, Judith Hester, Vicky Shook, Steven Poust, Keith llousekneeht, Eugene Gardner. Fourth RnwfLinda
Shipman, Phyllis Green, Bonnie Egli, Marie Barnes, Kathryn VVood, Carol Shipman, Sharon Chamberlain, Gloria Sones, Mary C.
Waldron, Mary Lee Dugan, Catherine Sehenek. TeacherfMrs. McCarty.
Class of l965
First Row, left to Riglitelrvin Temple, Edward Dovne, Gary Lowe, Gary Heivly, Larry Lowe, Mark Hester, James Cardner. Seve
uml Row-Jaek Bangharl, David Ault, John Lovell, Robert Rosernhaum, Carry Ritter, Dwight Long, James llarinan, Earl Smith,
Ronald MeCowan, Frayer Page, lloward Sprout. 'Third RowfJoyce Cunningham, Kathleen Neitz, Susan Campbell, Vllanda Feigles,
Betty Lou Lowry, Christine liruit, Sherry lludrnan, Jacqueline Hause, Jeanne Kistler, Sally Bower. Fourth Rf1wfLindaIlousekneeht,
Cvnthia Laitleeker, Lvndia Marist, Candace Feigles, Patricia lleigles, lllarian Anderson, Joyee Applegate, Shirley Fireman, Patricia
Yagel, Kathryn Brown, Aloina Faust, Mildred Barger. Teacher-Mrs. Dice.
- , Q E
L hl J lr MeCrn, Nithael Vllood, Richard Griovg, Carl
First Row, left to RiglitfRonalcl llilner, Richard Dellart, Charles aue e, ae' ' i r' ' . ' gg
R 9 t Qrwml limi' Mweh VVnod Connie Gardener VVilliain Chaplin, Kenneth Frv, Paul Herman,
Swartz, George VVeaver, oy . war 1. r " - . , t , 1
Gary Solomon, Barbara Stroup, lidna Carson, Penny Schneider, Donnette Tubs, Genevieve Little, Jean Rothfuss. Tliinl Rfllllfixftllllf
Mussehnan, VVilliam Brown, Joan Ilall, Marsliu llothfuss, Kenneth Bauner, Steven Young, Margaret Fry, Connie Fry, Frederick
lleilman, Judy Gruver, Nina Davis, Naney hliller. Fonrtli How-John Gray, James Parsons, Kelly Chaplin, Donald Trimble, Janette
Young, Linda Stein, Candy Carlueei, Patricia VVertman, Ilelen Carson, Sandra liall, Roger Beeht, Patrieia Spangenburg. 'l'euelu:r-
Miss Nell Matter.
First Bow, Left to Riglitfllarry Burgarrl, Joseph Trimble, John Young, Chauncey Baxter, Timothy Gruyer, John Fry, Donald Spang-
enburg, Robert Book. Second Row-Rachel Musselman, Sandra Eiehenlauh, Sandra Springman, Alice llall, Donna Baehle, Candace
Buotli, Dale Marie Ryder, Linda Fry, Helen Swartz, Ruth Kay XVentzler. Tliird How-Linda Tubbs, Keith Snyder, Stanley llile-
man, Della Mae Carson, Linda VVeaver, Judy Book, Linda Rook, Judy lloutv, Marilyn Herman, Anne lJeXVaId. Sally llriek, Joyee
llolvper. l7:mrth Row-fllarhara Bennett, Ruth Bulmh, Betty lilliott, Sharon Clark, Judith Springman, Susan XVorthington, Donna
Lauelile. Jean Ulmer, Linda Beieh, Ruth Vlilllllilll. l'euel1erflXlrs. Sehug
First Bow, Left to Bight-Thomas Davis, Roger Solomon, Peter Brant, Gary Bubb, Peter Carlueei, Howard Davis, Biehard Fry.
Second llfIll'f'lvllli1llll Bothfuss, Grant Swartz, VVilliam Miller, .Krthur Bumer, Jerry Stauller, Joyce McCarty, Beverly llall, Donna
lllmer, Connie llall. 'l'l1irtI Bmi'fBetty Carson, Doris Carson, Donna Gortner, Lynn Fromm, Barbara Griggs, Joan Baker, Naney
Snyder, Mary llullman, Patsy Adams, Roberta Cook. lfourtlz Rrnt'+Jane Baker, Mary Buth Stroup, Audrey Little, Joan Miteheltree,
Larry Magargle, James Xl'ittman, llohert Spangburg, 'Iihotnas sliflllglllllll, Nan Vl'ootl, Dorothy McCoy, Shirley ll'ertman. letielnfi
--Bliss Maggie Fague.
First Row, Left to Right-Linda An-
derson, Terry Bufford, Katherine Nuss,
Diane Hill, R o b e r t Thomas, Jay
Schivcly. Second Row-Kellie Bar-
low, Charles lX'lichael, Linda Gordner,
Sylvia llouseknecht, Karen Reynolds,
Judy Taylor. Third Row f Theodore
Griggs, William Tobias, Janet Wood-
side, Peggy Minicr, Patsy Johnson,
'I catcher-Mrs. J. Coppcs.
First Row, Left to Right-John. Hart-
man, Patricia Bubb, Peggy Campbell,
Marilyn Miller, Fay Taggert. Second
Row - Georgia Baker, Judith Zarr,
George Gordner, Harry Young, Steve
Lee, Dale Milheim. Third Row-
Cheryl Hartranft, P aul Anderson,
Richard Sherwood, Gail Peterman,
Harold Soars, Kimber Ruger.
Teacher-Mrs. J. Coppes.
First Row, Left to Rightflflarshal
Frye, Franklin Hester, Carol Sellers,
Teresa Akers, Candice Buck, Anita
Hall, Carol Neitz, Earl Richards,
Thomas Schoch, Fred George, David
Rupert, Diane Brook. Second Row-
Donald Snyder, William Merrill, Su-
sanne Wilt, Philip Kift, Richard
Laidacker, Donald Wilt , Barbara
Shaner, Jack Suri-ield, Barbara Burk-
hart, Charles Plleegor, Joyce Lupold,
Susan. Shadowens. Third Row-Roger
Rathmell, Gloria Kiefer, Ann Muir,
Sherry Andrews, Esther Egli, John
Brink, Susan Munro, Robert Harri-
man, Barbara Pidcoe, Linda West.
Teacher-Mrs. Lee Menges.
Administration Editor .,....
Graduates Editor ,.,..,..
Activities Editor ..,.. ...,.......
Music and Fcutures Editor ..,..
Sports Editor ,.....,. . ,,..,......
SHIRLEY M1 LHEI M
Keeps the financial records-Is respon-
siblc for the activities of the business
staff f llandlcs the necessary corre-
spondence and business transactions.
Is responsible for all Pictures in the
book-llandlcs all business with the
Pliotograplter and the sales of pic-
tures - Assists the photographer-AP
ranges picture schedules.
EDNA MAE SCHENCK
MARY JANE MYERS
VVill Editor ..,.....
Horoscope Edit or .,...,
Advertising Manager . ......... EARL Pousr
Subscription Manager . ,. ..,. Viouzr MAGARGLE
Is responsible for the composition of
the book-Assigns the work to be done
to all the members of the Stafl3-Co-
ordinates the activities of the entire
Stat-F and sees that the various fac-
tions carry out their assigned jobs.
NIERIAM BIE umm
Assists the editor in his job-takes
over the editor's job in his absence-
Is responsible for miscellaneous ma-
terial in the hook.
Layout and Illustration Editor
Draws both the Uroughn and com-
pleted dummy W Calculates Picture
proportions and cropping-Is respon-
sible for all art work and designing
in the book.
The function of the Editorial Staff, who were advisers to the editor, was to plan
and set up the 'idummyfi Contact various people concerned with the annual, and to
make minor decisions which arose during the composition of our yearbook.
lfirst Row, left to lliglit-Patsy Robbins, Ruth VVolfe, Edith Vklingate, Ruth Lucas, Louise Porzelt, Fay Freeh, Ruth VVinthrow, Lois
Mt-Cowan. Seumnl Row-Deloris VVarren, Elsie Johnson, Phillip Story, Richard Brittian, Roger VVagner, Paul Funstan, Ivan llart-
man, XVilliam Corson, Maxine Martin, Shirley Secules. illl1iTLiR0ll'-lXlOl'IT18 jean Kilgus, Freda Vilallis, Louise XVerner, Richard
llieks, Thomas Dewaltl, Richard Gottsehall, Robert Fry, Robert VVertman, Harvey Moyer, Phyllis App, Mary Arthur.
Our annual represents the cooperation and efforts of the Yearbook Staff and the entire Senior
Class along with the assistance and cooperation of the faculty and the underclassmen.
The Department Staff and the Editorial Stall were organized in our lunior year. The duties
ol' the Department Stall consists of seeing that the necessary tasks and functions, involving their sec!
tion are completed. The Yearbook Committee was divided into groups assigned to the various depart-
ments. Their job was to assist the various editors and managers in carrying out their assigned duties.
This yearbook was printed by the Grit Publishing Company. Mr. lames lirailey, Grit representa-
tive. advised us and helped our yearbook become a success in many ways.
lfirxf Row. Left to liigliffllattsy Robbins, Edith VVingate, Shirley Seeules. Second
llon'fNaney VValtman, Shirley Milheim, Ruth Vilolfe, Freda Wlallis. Standing-
Mr. Schuyler, .'hIi'iser.
The Typing Staff was an intricate part in our organization.
The Typing Editor was responsible for the activities of this
stall, which prepared all of our copy material used by our
Mr. Reiter and Hr. Long
Our Advisors provided a foundation
and a support for this publication by
helping us in many ways. Mr. Reiter
was our editorial advisor and hir. Long
our business advisor.
lfirst Row, Left to RiglttfDonald Marshall, Ivan Hartman, Janice Stroup, Shirley Secules, Meriam Beiber, Maryland Luft, Maxine Martin,
Barbara Sheppard, Rosalie Stroup, Roberta Artely, Lois McCowan, Ralph Balliet, Jay Schock. Second Row-Miss Doris Shook, Adviserg Shirley
Milheim, Edith VVingate, Edna lVlae Schenck, Phyllis App, Joan Heilman, Ruth VVolfe, Gordon Stroup, Editorg Freda YVallis, Philip Sholtis,
Assistant Editor, Nancy VValtman, Shirley Confer, Mary Jane Myers, Joann Shipman, Faye Freech, Judy Vermilya, Patricia Moon. Third Row
fMr. Schuyler, Adviserg Ruth VVithrow, Constance Cummings, Judith Konkle, Louise VVerner, lda Mae Solomon, Ruth Lucas, Patricia Kiligus,
Barbara Kilgus, June Hessler, Lee Goodnow, Norma Jean Kiligus, Elsie Johnson, Reba Kahlcr, Roger Wagner, Max Vllhipple, Donna Lewis,
Sally Ricliarts, Nancy Ritter, Louise Porzelt, Nancy Temple, Barbara Pidgcon. Fourtlfr. Row-Thomas DeVVald, Richard Beilharz, Frank Heller,
Robert Sterner, Robert Stroup, Richard Rrittain, VVilliam Somerville, Roy Maurer, Robert Holtzapple, Homer Hilner, VVilliam VVallis, Yvonne
Allen, Jeralrline Breneisen, Shirley Cipriani, Joan. Frick. Fifth Row-Robert Tule, Robert Vllertman, Richard Cottschall, Thomas Pidgeon,
Edward Robbins, Donald Book, Lynn Poust, Paul liunston, Earl Poust, Kenneth Hill, Paul Seibert.
Editor-in-Chief .,,, ...,. G oRDoN STROUP Horne Economics ., ....., EDNA MAE SCIIENCK
Assistant Editor ,..,, . PHILIP SHOLTIS Industrial Arts ..,,. ..,. .,.,, . , . PAUL FUNSTON
Business Manager ..,.. ,... P ATSY ROBBINS Business Education .,,., .,.,.. S IIIRLEY MLLIIEIM
Circulation Manager . . ..,. NANCY WALTMAN Agriculture ..,.... ..... ROGER WAGNER
Advertising Manager , ..,. RUTH WCJLFE Music ..... ..... ,... M A X WHIPPLE
Sports Editor ..,.. . ., ......., IVAN HARTMAN Grade News .. .... JOANN SIIIPMAN
News Editor ., ..., .. . .. ...,.. lViARY JANE TNTYERS Fawliy ......... . ----, BARBARA PIDGHON
Assistant News Editor ..,. .,,,. E DITII WINGATE Alumni .... ,-.-- . A - .--4i MARY JANE MYERS
Features Editor ..., .. .,., ..,. W ILLIAM WALLIS Cl14bS 111111 S0Ci11l -,.. -4,- MERIAM BIEBER
Assistant News Editor .,,. .....,,,.... K ENNETH HILL Sports -.-- ,-.,- -a--- R 0 BERT WERTMAN
Letters to the Editor .. NORMA JEAN KILGUS EXCWWEE ----' - .--. ELSIE JOHNSON
Literary .,..,.,... . .. ,. . ..,.. ..,. P HYLLIS APP Aft '---'-' - -- ----- REBA KAHLER
Femmes H , H JOAN HEILMAN Humor .... ..,. S HIRLEY CONFER
Snoop ,....,.. .,.. L OIS MCCOWAN
Chit-Clint ....., . ...., EDITH WINGATE
J Photography ...,, DONALD MARSHALL
, Typist . . , ,.,..,. RUTH WCELFE
The Scoop staff is made up of students from the tenth,
eleventh, and twelfth grades. ln the spring freshmen are
selected for the staff. This year all of the editions came out
on time. We were proud of the editions that were pub-
lished this year, and are sure that the staff gained valuable
experience in the Held of journalism.
A new addition this year was the "Chit-Chati' column,
which consisted of "ML and Miss Mysteryf' Jokes, Radio,
T. V., Nlovie, and lVlusic Matchups, popular opinions, cross-
word puzzles, and a 4'Can You Imagine?" section which
listed impossibilities around the school.
Mr. Schuyler and Doris Shook were the faculty advisers.
First Row, Left to Right-Donald Book, Robert Wertman, Charles Ciraulo, Rodney Freeh, Donald Marshall, William Wallis, Robert
Stroup, Paul Seibert, Roy Maurer, Ira Bieber. Second Row-Shirley Milheim, Patsy Robbins, Shirly Secules, Faye Freeh, Nancy
McKee, Sophomore Editor, Robert Holtzapple, Junior Editor, Meriam Bieber, Editor-in-Chiefg Joan Heilman, Senior Editor, Norma
Jean Kilgus, Shirley Confer, Ruth Lucas, Geraldine Breneisen. Third Row-Miss Zimmerman, Adviser, Judith Vennilya, Beverly
Hall, Mary Lee Wanish, Mary Jane Myers, Connie Cummings, Judith Konkle, Janice Stroup, Mary Arthur, Barbara Kilgus, Jacque-
line Hicks, Edith Wingate, Lois McCowan, Nancy Ritter. Fourth Row-Violet Magargle, Yvonne Allen, Barbara Pidgeon, Betty
Ann Edwards, Elsie Ellen, Johnson, Phyllis App, Maryland Luft, Joan Frick, Patricia Moon, Ida Mae Solomon, Faye Stauifer, Freda
Miller, June Hessler, Lee Goodenow, Janice Craig, Sarah Richarts. Fifth Row-Patricia Kilgus, Loretta Houseknecht, Buela Swartz,
Ruth Withrow, Edna Mae Schenck, Rosalie Srroup, Barbara Sheppard, Roberta Artley, Margaret Barger, Beverly Fry, Jean Gardner,
Shirley Cipriani, Jane Richmond, Ellen Kahler, Norma Jean Murray, Nancy Temple.
Editor-in-Chief - lVlERIAM BIEBER
Senior Editor - JOAN HEILMAN
Junior Editor - ROBERT HOLTZAPPLE
Sophomore Editor - - NANCY McKEE
The members of the Journalism Club are students from the tenth, eleventh, and
twelfth grades who are interested in journalism. Each class has its own editor, who
receives the beats from the Editor-in-Chief. He then distributes them to the club
members in that particular class.
This year's club ran a full page of School news in the Luminary every week.
A new article, "Know Your Seniors," was tried and acclaimed a success. This article
consisted of a different Senior each week, who was interviewed by a member of the
club. Each Senior's course, interest, activities and plans for the future were printed
to familiarize the public with the Seniors.
Those members of the club who had four articles printed in the Lurninary during
the school term, were eligible to go on the held trip. The club's adviser, Miss Zimmer-
man, accompanied them on the trip as well as advised them throughout the year.
birst Row, Left to Right-Mary Jane Myers, Joan Heilman, President, Miss Zimmerman, Adviser, Joann Ship-
man, Secretary and Treasurerg Edna Mae Sehenek. Second Row-Meriam Bieber, Elsie Ellen Johnson, Robert
Hlertman, VVilliam Wallis, Robert Stroup, Maryland Luft, Phyllis App.
, in 1948 the Quill and Scroll Club, which is a local branch of a national honor
society, was organized. A student is eligible in the junior year to become a member.
It is essential for each individual who wishes to join this organization to have had at
least one-hundred lines of material printed in a paper, and they must be in the upper
third oi their class. This year there are eleven members.
First Row, left to Bigh1fLois MeCou'an, Yvonne Allen, Joan Heilman, Maryland Luft, Naney Vllaltman, Vice-Presidentg Elsie Johnson, Presia
denlxg Geraldine Breneisen, Secretary, Nleriam Bieber, Ruth Lucas. Seco ml Bow-Loretta Housekneeht, Shirley hiilheim, Patsy Robbins, Shirley
Seeules, Freda Wlallis, Joanne Shipman, Phyllis App, Louise VVerner, Norma Jean Kilgus, Shirley Confer, Janiee Craig. Third H0w4Naney
Meliee, Beverly llall, Dorothy Shaner, Marjorie Pepper, Faye Frcehf, Violet Magarglelf, Judy Konkle, Sally Riehart, Louise Porzelt, Lee Good-
now, June llessler, Mrs. Stephen A. Reed, Jr., Lilnrurimz. Fourth Row-Mary Lee Vllanish, lXiary Jane Myers, Naomi Yoeum, Carol Meekley, Con-
nie Luminings, Joan Friek, Patricia Moon, lda Mae Solomon, Faye Staufier, Freda Miller, Jane Richmond, Ellen Kahler, Jacqueline Ilieks, Bar-
bara Kilgus. Fifth Bow-Beulah Swartz, Ruth VVolfe, Edna iylac Sehenek, Rosalie Stroup, Barbara Sheppard, Roberta Artley, Margaret Barger,
Beverly Fry, Shirley Cipriani, Jean Gardner, Norma Jean hlurray, Naney Temple. :'First Assistant Librarian.
This year a Library Club was orvanized bv Mrs. Ste when Reed, r., our new
. . X 1 E7 . U U l .
school librarian. The members oi this club aet as librarian assistants as well as student
C I U b librarians.
First Row, Left to Right-Eldon Reed, Alfred Snyder, Maryland Luft, Ava In Hilner, Jesse Lowe, Richard
Rhone. Second RowwBarbara Lucas, Edna Mae Schenck, Treasurer, Max VVhipple, Vice-Presidentg Donald
Marshall, President: jean Gardner, Secretary: june Ilesslel. Third Ro'wfMr. Hughes, Barbara Pidgeon, Sher-
man Mover, Pierre Fritz, Earl Shoemaker, john Ehner, Norma jean Murrv, Miss Vllithers.
The Student Council members are the representatives of the student bodv from
the seventh to twelfth grades. There are two representatives from each homeroom
with the exception of seventh and eighth grade, where there is one representative
from each grade. lt is through this organization that all school-sponsored activities are
coordinated and approved. ln addition to this task the Council sponsors several dances
and other activities throughout the vear.
First Row, left to Right-Richard Vvarg, Florence Story, Jane lloltzapple, Larry Lauehle. Second Ilnu'-Joanne
Poust, Donna Lewis, Beverly Fry, Barbara Sheppard, june llesslcr, Maryland Luft, Seerelarv: lidna Mae Sehenelv,
'l'rei1surer. llrird Rou'fMr. llughes, Advisor: Donald Mitcheltree, Samuel Sasso, Kenneth llill, l'it-e'l'residen1g
Robert Stroup, john lihner, Robert Rohm, Donald Marshall, Presidentg Miss XVithers, Azlvixor.
Future Farmers of America
First Row, Left to Right-Carl Bieber, Iames Snyder, Mr. Winner, Roger Wagner, Earl Poust, Harvey Moyer,
Robert Fry, Harold Bitler, Philip Story. Second Row-Rodger Lupold, Donald Poust, Harold Fry, Myron
LeVan., james Crawford, Lyle Bitler, Pierre Fritz, Eugene Burkholder, Gary Frey, Louis Baker. Third Row-
Clarence Fogleman, Delbert Sones, Richard Yoder, David Winter, Donald Baylor, Richard Kemrer, Richard
Hicks, Peter Nicholson.
President - - - HARVEY MOYER
Vice-President ROBERT FRY
Secretary - EARL Pousr
Treasurer - Room WAGNER
Reporter - HAROLD BITLER
Sentinel KENNETH SNYDER
Chaplain - - - - - - PHILIP STORY
The F. F. A. was established nationally in 1928. Our chapter was chartered on March 29, l934.
lt was originally the john Brady Chapter of Future Farmers of America, but has since been adopted,
the Muncy Chapter of Future Farmers of America.
There are now 32 members in this organization in Muncy. The Charter Members are: Presi-
dent, Arwood Snyder, Vice-President, Charles Yeagel, Secretary, Francis Schivelyg Treasurer, Ceorge
Waltman, Members, james Sedam, Amos Shipman, Fordyce Corham, lubert Spring, Robert Smith.
The F. F. A. is a social organization of Vocational Agricultural students throughout the United
States and outlying positions. There are 3,800 chapters.
Some of the money-making activities of our chapter are:
l. Calendar Advertising.
2. Selling garden seeds for the Eastern States Farmers Exchange.
3. The annual sale of onion plants, shipped by plane from a plant grower in Texas.
Activities other than money-making:
Sending a judging team to the Lycoming County judging Meeting in dairying, livestock, poultry,
agronomy Cfield cropsl, plant insects and diseases, farm machinery, public speaking and parliamen-
tary procedure. The highest scorers from each school enter in state competition at State College
in lune. Products produced in farming projects are entered in the Hughesville and Bloomsburg fairs.
Another important part of the education and training course are field trips which consist of trips
to local farms and implement dealers as well as local fairs and the Pennsylvania State Farm Show.
The agricultural course is intended to teach through medium of observation and doing.
Mr. Winner has been the instructor for the past two years. The new agricultural building on
Sherman Street has helped him and the boys, by enlarging their working area and giving them a place
of their own to perform experiments.
First Row, Left to Rightwlkflax Whipple, Ivan Hartman, Earl Poust, Secretary-Treasurer, VVilliam Wallis, Presidentg Robert Wert-
man, Vice-President: Richard Cottsehall, Donald Nlarshall. Second Row-Kenneth Hill, Phillip Sholtis, Cordon Stroup, Richard
Brittian, Phillip Story, Thomas Dewald, Robert Tule, Robert Rohm, Robert Fry. Third Row-Sherman hloyer, James Edwards,
Larry Lawton, Ira Bieber, Jav Schoch, Daniel McCourt, XVilIia:n Little, Robert Baylor, Earl Shoemaker, Mr. Miller, flzlvisor.
Allseut-Roy Maurer. 1
The "Nl" Club, which is a fellowship of letter winners in athletic events, is an
active organization around school. The largest project this year was the sale of Christ-
1nas candy. The proceeds made it possible for the senior lettermen to receive jackets
as in previous years. Mr. Miller was the advisor.
First Row, Left to Right-Ruth VVithrnw, Joan Heilman, Diaryland Luft, Phyllis App, llleriam Bieber, Louise Vverner, Judith Kon-
kle, Secretary: Ruth VVolfe, Presitlentg Barbara Pidgeon, Vice-President, Shirley Confer, Edna Mac Schenck, Shirley Secules, Maxine
Martin. Second RoweMary Lee VVanish, Rosalie Stroup, Barbara Sheppard, Connie Cummings, Nancy McKee, Carol Meckley,
Norma Jean Murray, Nancy Temple, Janice Stroup, Nancy Ritter, Roberta Artley, Sally Ritharts, Yvonne Allen, Geraldine Breneif
sen. 'liltinl Bowflireda Miller, June llessler, Lee Coodenow, Norma Jean Kilgus, Patsey Robbins, Shirley Cipriani, Beverly Fry
Margaret Bargcr, Faye Freeh, Violet Magargle, Jacqueline Ilicks, Barbara Kilgus, Jane Richmond, Ellen Kahler, Ida Mae Solomon,
lfaye Stauiier, Beverly Hall, Lois McGowan. Fourth Row-hir. Hughes, .fldvisorg Ruth Lucas, Edith VVingate, Freda VVallis, Louise
Porzelt, Nancy xv2llll'l'lill1, Joanne Shipman, lVIary Jane hlyers, Patricia Kilgus, Patricia Moon, Donna Lewis, Joan Frick, Elsie Johnson
Reba Kahler, Buela Swartz, Lorretta Ilouseknecht, Judith Vermilya.
This club was instrumental in supporting the high school teams throughout the
year. Club membership was composed of tenth, eleventh, and twelfth grade girls
who publicized athletic events, sponsored victory dances, and had a genuine interest
in sports. Mr. Hughes was the advisor.
First Row, Left to Right-Lois McCowan, Norma Jean Murray, Nancy Temple, Carol Meckley, Delorise Warren, Mary Jane Myers,
Treasurer, Phyllis App, Vibe-President, Joann Shipman, President, Barbara Pidgeon, Secreturyg Joan Heilman, Chaplain, Mary Arthu.r,
Ellen Kahler, Beverly Hall. Second Row-Janice Craig, Loretta Houseknecht, Mary Lee Wannish, Rosalie Stroup, Barbara Sheppard,
Connie Cummings, Judith Konkle, Marjorie Pepper, Dorothy Shaner, Naomi Yocum, Jacqueline Hicks, Barbara Kilgus, Edna May
Schenck, Nancy Waltman, Meriam Bieber, Buela Swartz. Third Row-Mrs. Houk, Advisor, Faye Stauifer, Beverly Fry, Sally Rich-
arts, Vonnie Allen, Jerry Breneisen, Janice Stroup, Roberta Artley, Nancy Ritter, Edith Wingate, Shirley Secules, Maxine Martin,
Shirley Milheim, Patsy Robbins, Shirley Cipriani. Fourth Row-Ida Mae Solomon, Patricia Moon, Nancy McKee, Lee Goodenow,
June Hessler, Donna Lewis, Joan Frick, Margaret Barger, Shirley Confer, Maryland Luft, Ruth Withrow, Jane Richmond, Betty
Ann Edwards, Freda Miller. Fifth Row-Jean Gardner, Judith Vermilya, Patricia Kilgus, Reba Kahler, Elsie Johnson, Violet Ma-
gargle, Faye Frech, Norma Jean Kilgus, Ruth Wolfe, Ruth Lucas, Louise Werner, Freda Wallis, Louise Porzelt.
President - - - JOANN SHIPMAN
Vice-President - PHYLLIS APP
Secretary - - BARBARA PIDGEON
Assistant Secretary - JEAN GARDNER
Treasurer - MARY JANE MYERS
Chaplain - JOAN HEILMAN
The purpose of this organization is to promote Christian ideals in the home, the
school, and the community. lt is composed of the girls from the tenth, eleventh, and
twelfth grades. The beliefs of the club are expressed in this code:
To build a better world
Ready l must be
ln the place where life doth Hnd me
Holding fast-yet pushing on
lnto glorious adventure
Projects for the year included dances, a special Christmas program, and the pur-
chasing of a clock for the library. The Trifl-li-Y sponsored a mistletoe sale during
the Yuletide season, and the sale of pencils with wrestling and basketball schedules
on them. Mrs. Houk was the club sponsor.
First Row, Le , , ,
Second Row-Ralph Balliet, Philip Story, Robert Stroup, Robert Sterner, Treasurer, William Wallis, Presidentg Robert Wertman,
Vice'President5 Robert Holtzapple, Secretaryg Roy Maurer, Chaplain, Mr. Houseknecht, Advisor. Third Row-Donald Rosenbaum,
Lynn Poust, Thomas Winters, Daniel McCourt, Alfred Snyder, yle Yagel, David Winter, Kenneth Hill, Ivan Hartman. Fourth
Row-William Corson, Ronald Taylor, Jay Schock, Earl Shoemaker, Edward Robbins Kay Swartz, Donald Book W S '
ft to Right-James Vermeulen, Robert Tule, Myron Sheatler, Robert Rohm Roger Wagner Earl Poust Harvey Moyer.
, , ayne prmg,
Kenneth Moyer, Donald Marshall.
President - - - - - WILLIABI WALLIS
Vice-President - ROBERT WERTMAN
Secretary ROBERT HOLTZAPPLE
Treasurer ROBERT STERNER
Chaplain - - ROY MAURER
Advisor MR. CEOROE HOUSEKNECHT
The Hi-Y Club is an organization composed of high school boys under the spon-
sorship of the Young Men's Christian Association. The name "Hi-Y" is an abbrevia-
tion of the longer name "High School YMCA." The Hi-Y for boys is a companion
club to the Tri-Hi-Y Club for girls, and together they form the High School Youth
Program of the Young lVIen's Christian Association.
The purpose of a Hi-Y Club is: "To create, maintain, and extend throughout
the home, school and community high standards of Christian character." The plat-
form of the Hi-Y Club is composed of four points: Clean Speech, Clean Sportsman-
ship, Clean Scholarship, and Clean Living.
Cur club, although just re-activated in 1953, is one of the oldest clubs in Muncv
High School. It was first activated before 1932. The present membership of Oulr
club is fifty-eight.
During our school term, representatives of our club have visited district and state
meetings which have been held in Williamsport and Sunbury.
The biggest project of the club since re-activation was a metal scrap drive, held
last year. The drive was very successful, financially. The money from the treasury is
used for worth-while projects in and about the school.
Firsf Row, left to Right-Samuel Gregg, Robert lylusser, Ly11n llouselmeclu, Larry Fry, Richard Fry, Charles
Sbollcv Georve XVl1i!e, Larry Laucble, Ronald Frey, Thomas Stutlinan, Dale Selwnek, Illdon Reed, Rll,'I11lll1Cl
Long,iRoclgerh Lupold, Leon' App, Samuel Vllallyer, David Rose, David Youtl, jesse Lowe. Svcnml Rowf
jaines Kennedy, Richard Rhone, jack Engle, David Vllenzel, James McCarty, lfranly Lecsb, Robert Rieber,
Ronald llfilhll, james llilillllllllh Stclvben VVllL'l9t0DC, Alfred Snyder, Ronald llo11sely11eel1t, Clary Allen, Douglas
kll1oen1alyer, Donald lXIitcl1eltree, Patrick Mcfloslyey, Rodney Opp, Richard XVarg, Donald XV. Poust.
The Patrol stall tl1is year is composed of about 30 boys selected from tbc junior
high scbool. Their main duty is to prevent accidents on tl1e wav bome lrom scl1ool
B to children in tbe primary and elementary' grades.
The captain is traditionallv a nintb grader, this year Rodney Opp l1ad that bonor.
F' it Row, left to Ri rlitfkennetb llartlow, Dale Schenek, Cary Allen, Jay Sehocb, Donald Book, Ronald Taylor, IosePl1 xxYllltIl1Oy0l',
Robert Billllllilii, Kent Rager. Second ROII'--cwllflll llildebrand, Erlitll Vlfingate, Susan l5ron'11, Janice Stroup, Samuel Pelgles, Robert
Sierner, Robert Stro11p,judi1I1 Yerrnilya, Norma jean liilgus, Violet Magargle. 'l'l1i1'rl Rowf Mr. llugbes, ,flrl1'isorq Donald Marshall,
Paul lfcigles, .Xlice Little, janet Laurenson, Jacqueline llieks, Rcba Kabler, Mcriam liieber, Maryland Luft, Freda XVallis, Elsie
l.llen jol111so11, James Mcfarly, Rodger Lupold. Fllllfill NOIU-lg21l'lI2lI'Ll Rook, l.ce Goode11ow, Ida Klan' Solomon, Shirley Mill1ei111,
Shirley Secules. Philip Sboltis, Thomas DeVVald, Robert lloltzapple, Roger VV2lgHL'I', Barry lleilbarv, Gordon Stroup. lfifrlz Ron'-
jaxncs llall, licln'i11 Sieg, Nyle Yagel, Lynn Poust, Philip Story, liarl Poust, Richard Rrittain, Robert Vl'ert111a11, I.llIl1k'l' Rardo, llon1e1'
llilner, cllH!l'll'S Lowe, john llbner, Douglas Sl1oe111alyer.
P l11 order to be ill this club you must be a member' ol tbe Consolidated Sl1orts111c11
Q ol' Lycoming County. Nr. llugbes was tbe clubs advisor.
ARTHUR L. DELPAZ
After two years duty with an army
band, the school welcomes Mr. Delpaz
back to his regular position as band
director. Since his return the band
has grown from twentyffour members
to sixty-three members. Mr. Delpaz
is doing a line job and deserves a great
deal of applause from everyone.
The student director of the Band
has a big responsibility in assisting the
director. He very often takes charge
of directing and leading the Band in
the direetor's absence and in this phase
the student director this year has done
an excellent job.
First Row, Left to Right-Mrs. Elva Snyder, Mrs. VVoodrow Corson, Paul Heilman, Presidentg Mrs. VanDnrn
VVcrtn1an, Treasurerg Roy Maurer, Vice-Presizientg Mrs. Preston Lawton, Seereturyg Mrs. Claud VVanish.
Seeoml KowfMrs. XVilliam Murry. Mrs. Harry Miller, Mrs. Frank Youtz, Mrs. Deloy Poust, lNIrs. LeRoy
Stroup, Mrs. John VVhetstone. Mrs. Fred Priest, Mrs. C. M. Stutzman, Mrs. Roy Maurer. Tliircl IiU'l1'fxxlllll2lIl'A
hlurry, Harry Miller, VVoodrow Corson, Gordon Vllliipple, Rev. Clay Reed, Harold Brown.
The Band Parents, a vital group to our band, must be given a lot of credit for
their assistance to Mr. Delpaz, and their generosity expressed through their awards
to senior bandsmen.
Through the efforts and support of organizations of this type, our school life
has been enriched during this third year of their existence.
' tl Li tl-1516 K li? lfl ialilfllri s
First Row. Left to Right-,lanice Somerville, Patricia Kilgus, Thomas Stutzman, Robert Flayhart, Ruth Lowe, Judith llouseknccht,
,lean Gardner, Connie Cummings, Joanne Poust, Pearl Sherdan, Iohn Vtlilliamson, Eldon Reed, Barbara Kilgus, Geraldine llrcneiscn.
Secoml Rowelillen Kahler, Dale Schenck, Kenneth Gardner, Susan Brown, Norma Murray, Freda Miller, liilecn Persun, june
llessler, Lee Goodenow, Kathleen VVhalen, joan Ileilman. Third Row-Nancy Ritter. Roberta Artley, Patrick Mc-Closltey, Roger
Corson, Larry Lawton, Myron Sheatler, Nyle Yagel, Shirley Cipriani, Ruth VVolfe, Phyllis App. Fourth Run'-Roy Maurer, Marlin
XVcrtman, Lynn lless, Lynn Poust, hlax Vllllipple, Robert Stroup, Paul Seihert, Vllilliarn Somerville, Vllilliam forson, Stephen VVhet-
stone, Alfred Snyder.
President MAX VVHIPPLE Librarian f e f PAUL SEIBEIV1'
Viceflhesidcizt e - ROBERT STROUP Librarian WIl,I,lAhI So1x1ixiE1tv1i,1.E
This year, with Mr. Delpaz back, the band expanded in membership. Their marching and con-
cert performances exhibited their growth in musical skill.
After a busy fall schedule of football games, pep rallies and parades, the band combined with thc
choruses to present a Christmas carol program. On March 30th the Muncy Musicians played host to
the 5th annual Lycoming County Band Festival. Again in conjunction with the Vocal Department
the band performed in the annual Spring Concert.
For the first time the Muncy-Muncy Creek
lligh School Band was represented in the Penn-
sylvania Music Education Association Central Dis!
trict Band Festival with three seniors being selected
by the district selection committee. They were
Max VVhipple, Solo and First Cornetg Robert
Stroup, Second Clarinetg Roy Maurer, Baritone.
The majorettes of our band are a group
of high-stepping, vivacious young troupers.
They comprise one of the best looking
groups of majorettes in this region. They
are, truly, a symbolic attraction to our
The group was led this year by head-
majorette, Lois McCowan who is a senior,
I , , First Row, Left to Riglitfflail Bryfogle, hlary Lee Vllanish. Secoml
and who will graduate this spring. Raw-Jane Iloltzapple, Lois McCowan, Judith vermalya.
This year Mrs. Delsite was the director of the
vocal department. She had charge of the Fifth
and Sixth Crade Clee Club, junior High Clce Club,
and Senior High Clee Club. She also taught the
music classes from kindergarten up to ninth grade
and grades one to six at Pennsdale.
Under the excellent direction of Mrs. Delsite
the three Clee Clubs participated in the Christmas
Program and the Spring Concert.
ln addition to this she was the accompanist
for the Rhythm Band and was also co-assistant in
MRS. DELSITE, Director planning the May Day exercises.
Senior High Clee Club
First Row, Left to Right-Phyllis App, Meriam Bieber, Rosalie Stroup, Janice Strnup, Sarah Richart, Nancy Ritter, Roberta Artley,
Louise Porzelt, Ruth Lucas, Mary Lee VVanish. Second Row-Nancy VValtman, Norma Jean Murray, Freda Miller, Geraldine Bren-
cisen, Margaret Barge-r, Carl Bieber, Nyle Yagel, Robert Rohm, Ioan Heilman, Lois McCowan, Judith Vermilya. Third Row-Mary
June Myers, Shirley Conifer, Maryland Luft, Barbara Sheppard, Norma Jean Kilgus, lvan Hartman, Ira Bieber, Roger Carson, Myron
Shcatler, Max Stackhouse. Fourth Row-Nancy Temple, Shirley Secules, Faye Freeh, Barbara Pidgeon, Donald Marshall, Roy
hlaurer, VVilliam Corson, Robert Stroup, Robert Holtzapple, Earl Shoemaker, Kenny Hill, Paul Funston. Accnmpunist-Paul Seibert.
This year the Senior High Clee Club had 43 students. They participated in
the Christmas Play given on December 22, and the Spring Concert on May 12. The
accompanist this year was Paul Seibert.
Junior High Clee Club
First Row, Left to Right-David Fry, Leon App, Richard Rhone, Jacqueline Viliser, Betty Jane Rothfuss, Nancy Zarr, Marjory Moyer,
Shirley Feigles, Rita Covert, Alyee Parsons, Georgiana VValtman, Samuel VValker, Dale Schenek, Larry Smith. Second li!IWilxllCC
Little, Gail Bryfogle, Ann Sehooley, Lois Ann Gruneberg, Joslyn Fritz, Ava Jo llilner, Florence Story, VVanda Stroup, Joann
llonseknecht, Gail Neufer, Barbara Book, Betty Jane Ellis, Patty Heller. Third Row--Beverly Parsons, Donna Sheppard, Marilee
Campbell, Mary Ann Edgeworth, lN'Iary Ann Allen, Sylvia Smith, Eileen Persun, Susan Brown, Barbara Lucas, Geraldine Tilbury,
Carol llildebrand, Jane lloltzapple, Nancy DeVVald, Kathleen Vllhalen. Fourth Row-Duane Beeht, Jesse Lowe, John VVilliamson,
Jack Patrizio, Kendru Anderson, Roger Breidinger, Rodney Opp, Alfred Snyder, Stephen VVhetstone, Kent Ruger, VVilliam Ritter.
This year the Junior High Glee Club had 52 members. With rehearsals once a
weeli rhev worked hard for the Christmas Play which was given on Decemher 22,
and the Spring Concert on May 12. Ava Jo lflilner was the accompanist this year.
Fifth ancl Sixth Crade Clee Club
First Row. left to Right-Eugene Green, Joseph Cipriani, Clyde Biddle, Roy Scholley, Ronald llill, Ronald Bubb, VVayne Frye, Ronald Riehart,
liyron Bassett, Gerald Long. Second Row-Delores Malloy, Donna Ritter, Mary Davenport, hlary Derrick, Marian Patrizio, Sharon Keyser,
Nancy Rhone, Constance llill, Grace Lorinier, Austina Tilbury, Gloria Covert, Sylvia Schoeh, Ellen Stroup, Donna lleddings. 'lihirzl Howe'
Shirley llarris, Carmaleta llause, Betty Girven, Evelyn Gardner, Sanzlra Feigles, Gloria Smith, Constance Lee, Lois Abbot, Nancy Michael,
Joanne lieigles, Linda Rair, Ann Long, Betty Sheatler, hlary Ann Lorimfr, Nancy Vileaver. Fourth RowfSharon Seott, Nancy Rieber,'Rutl1 Ann
Gray, Gloria Jackson, June Anstadt, Lila Lee llilner, Elaine Smith, hlary Ann Hartman, Ann Patrizio, Marsha Bontatnase, Ann Gautsch, Terry
Dirner, Constance Ilousekneeht, Diane Dugan, Sandra Shaner, Linda Artley. Fifth RowfJean llall, lris Confer, Sally Ranlhaf, liernadine
Speary, Carol Foley, Nancy Corson, Judy Brittain, Josephine Cipriani, Linda Maurer, Sally Cummings, Patricia Doyne, Gail Sehively, Kay
llousekneeht, Sandra Frick, Carol Fetter. Sixth Row-Lee Anderson, Richard VVilliamson, Ronald Poorman, Barry Dingle, John Myers, VVayne
Sager, Gary Edwards, James Masters, Stephen Anderson, Robert Flayhart, Robert Myers. '
Rh thm Bands
First Row, Left to Right-Edward
Doyne, Gary Ritter, Gary Hively, Paul
Smith, Robert Rosenbaum, J a m e s
Gardner, Frayer Page, Jack Banghart,
Mark Hester, Dwight Long, Gary
Lowe, Jacqueline Hause. Second
Row-Irvin Temple, James Herman,
Howard Sprout, Joyce Applegate,
Shirley Firman, Candace Feigles,
Kathleen Neitz, Christine Fruet, Sher-
ry Budman, Connie Fahnestock, Larry
Lovell, David Ault. Third Row-
Mildred Maust, Marian Anderson,
Linda Houseknecht, Cynthia Laideck-
er, Kathryn Brown, Susan Campbell,
Sally Bower, Joyce Cunningham, Pa-
tricia Feigles, VVanda Feigles, Jeanne
Kistler, Betty Lou Lowry, Patricia
First Row, Left to Right-Frank Sher H-H
wood, Director, James VValtun, Robert
Ileyl, Linda Maurer, Jane Schoch,
Eric Shoemaker, D a r y l Edwards,
Bruce Baht, Harley Warren, hlichael
Peterman, Thomas VVeaver, Ronald
Curley. Second Row-Mary Anna
Fenstermacher, Connie Geist, Kathy
Ruger, Jerry llause, Desiree Balum,
Virginia Rohm, Dale Fiester, Darlene
Fiester, Lee VVomelsdorf, Steven
llrencisen, Thomas Trimble, hflichael
Maust. Third Row-Terry Richart,
Gary Bitler, Ronald Barto, Henry Lit-
tle, Sylvan Fenstermacher, Dara Shad-
duck, Susan Gordner, Susie Dildine,
Phyllis Setters, Nancy hliller, Dianna
Flock, Suzanne Stanton, Thomas Holt-
First Row, Left to Right-Kathryn
VVood, Marie Barns, Dolores Wilt,
Clarence Michael, Eugene Gordner,
Glennwood West, Donald Gordner,
Charles Neiderberger, Edward Speary,
Robert O'Connor, Steven Poust, Jay
Gordner. Second Row-Bruce Wen-
zle, William Milheim, Franklin Sones,
Bruce Sones, Catherine Schenck,
Vicky Shook, Mary Lee Dugan, Mary
Lou Odon, Gloria Sones, Carl Rob-
bins, Keith Houseknecht, Thomas
Reece, Ralph Kemrer. Third Row-
Linda Shipman, Kathryn Michael,
Roberta Beiber, Albert Irwin, Bonnie
Egli, Sharon Chamberlain, Kathryn
Weaver, Phyllis Green, Mary C. Wal-
dron, Patricia McCarty, Judith Hes-
ter, Carol Shipman.
The rhythm bands are an old tradition in our school. Everyone who has started
first grade and in some cases second grade can recall their first musical experience in
these organizations. They are largely composed of percussion instruments and they
keep rhythm to the melody of a piano. Mrs. Delsite and the grade teachers supervise
and direct this Pine program for the children.
Our May Queen for 1954 was "Her Ma-
jesty," Miss loan Heilman, a very vivacious
and attractive senior girl. Joan was also
May princess in her freshman year and
the Flaming Foliage representative for our
school during her junior year.
The queen is selected from among the
senior girls by the student body of the
senior high school on the basis of her
beauty and personality.
Her Majesty and Court
This year as in previous years, since 1947 when Phyllis Balliet was crowned as
the first queen, the queen and her attendants were chosen from the Senior Class.
They are as follows: Queen-loan Heilmang Attendantsflnmuth Lucas, Lois McCowan,
Mary jane Myers, joann Shipman, Nancy Waltman, and Phyllis App.
Janie Holtzapple was selected to reign as princess.
The annual May Day Exercises were held in front of the school with the gay
festivities that accompany spring, and the crowning of the queen.
Standing, Left to Right-Joann Shipman, Nancy Waltman, Phyllis App, Ioan Heilman, Queeng Lois lVIcCowan,
Mary Jane Myers, Ruth Lucas. Seated-Jane Holtzapple, Princess.
This year jane Holtzapple was selected
to reign as princess of the May Day Fes-
tivities. Ianie is a pretty, dark haired,
brown eyed freshman with volumes of per-
sonality and talent.
The idea of May Princess originated in
1951 with this year's May Queen, Ioan
Heilman, being the first princess. The
princess is selected from the freshman
class by the popular vote of the junior
high school students.
Flaming Foliage Queen
The Fifth Flaming Foliage Festival spon-
sored by the Bucktail Park Association was
held at Emporium this year on October
10th and 11th. The festival pays homage
to the scenic beauties along the Bucktail
Trail and autumn's foliage artistry. Climax
of the two-day festival was the crowning
of the Flaming Foliage Queen at Hyner
View on Sunday, Uctober llth.
A university scholarship valued at 51,400
was awarded this year's queen. The schol-
arship is valid at Penn State, Temple, The
University of Pennsylvania, or the Uni-
versity of Pittsburgh.
Yvonne Allen was our representative to
the Flaming Foliage Festival this year.
Vonnie has chestnut brown hair, blue eyes,
is very attractive, and has a charming per-
sonality. Vonnie was also May Princess
in her freshman year.
Selection for the Flaming Foliage Rep-
resentative is made by the student body
from junior girls. It is based on beauty
Senior Class Pla
First Row, Left to Right-Donald Marshall, Phyllis App, Maryland Luft, David Clayton, Ralph Balliet, Nancy
Waltman, Gary Schwenck, Louise Porzelt, William Corson. Second Row-Ioan Heilman, Robert Stroup, Edna
Mae Schenck, Mary jane Myers, Reba Kahler, Shirley Confer, Edith Wingate, Miss Withers, Roy Maurer,
Laurie Huntington ....
Sidney Huntington ....
Martha Huntington ..
Wally Huntington ,...
Miss CGusD Gustavesky
Ioan Wood ....,,....,.....
Ted Wood ..,...,...,.,...
Lillian Wood ,...,..,...... .......
Mark Bradford ..,. .
Horatio P. Honeywell
Amelia Dennis ...,.,,...
Caroline Blakesly ......
Grace Schoenbeck ......
Therese Brown ..,,.,,..,
The Little Dog Laughed
.. .,... a sophomore, home from college
her brother, content with the world .
Martha's part time helper
Wally's one and only, 16 , .........,......,..,.....,.. .
., .....,. her father and Sid's competitor in used cars
Joan's culture-conscious mother ., ..,....,....,,... .
Ioan's cousin and a medical student .
bird fancier and taxidennist ,... ,,....,.,,. . .
.. .,...... her father, normally jocular ,..,......., ,.
her mother, charming but anxious .,...,..... ..
. .Roy Maurer
.. ..,.... a catty kibitzer ,.... ,.......................,... ....... M a ry jane Myers
.. ......, a foolish matron ...,. ..... ,........., .,... ,.... , . . . .
.. .,...... wife of the department store owner ..,....... ,.
. .. Shirley Confer
Edna Mae Schenck
wife of the bank president Edith Wingate
.. .....,. Walola's maiden sister ..,., ....,,...,.,.... . ,
"The Little Dog Laughedf, according to an old rhyme, "to see such sport." But
the chances are more than even that he never saw such unusual sport-such mirth-
prompting sport-as engagingly told in this unique stage-story.
"Here I am, home from college," declares attractive Laurie Huntington, a sopho-
more majoring in psychology, "expecting to find a normal, well-adjusted family! And
what do I see instead? A bunch of psychological knots!"
The entire action takes place at the front entrance and in the living-dining-room
of the Huntington home in one of America's smaller cities.
The time is early June of the present year.
Senior Class Play
Sid's Purge Dance. Mark and Laurie in a More Intimate Moment. Zombroski's Ink Blot Test.
The Senior Class Play was Presented to the public on February 25th and 26th,
1954. Curtain time was eight olclock p. m.
Miss Irene Withers was the director
of the senior class play, The Little Dog
Laughed. The members of the senior
class wish to extend to her their sincere
thanks and appreciation for a job well
done. Miss Withers has directed the
senior class plays for the past five years
and has clone an excellent job.
The student directors for the class
play were Meriam Bieber and Roy
Maurer. Their duties were to assist
Miss Withers with the committees, post-
ing of rehearsal hours and dates, and
helping with the general direction of
Junior Class Play
Seateol, Left to Right-Roberta Artley, Yvonne Allen, Jean Gardner, Judith Vermilya, Geraldine Breneisen.
Stundmg-Robert Holtzapple, Paul Seibert, Barbara Pidgeon, Samuel Sasso, William Somerville, Homer Hilner.
You Can't Always Sometimes Tell!
A popular panic! Without any fear of con-
tradiction we can say that "You Can't Always
Sometimes Telli' is an excruciating, exuberant farce
that the audience will never forget.
Mrs. Anne Lyster, a frivolous society matron,
has a remarkably pretty daughter, Phoebe, who is
of a marriageable age. A close friend, Mrs. lmo-
gene Walker, has a son, Westbrook, whom she is
anxious to see married. The two fond mothers put
their heads together and the result is an announce-
ment of the engagement of Phoebe to Westbrook.
Things might have worked out to the mothers,
satisfaction if Phoebe hadn,t gone to a soldiers'
canteen one evening to act as a hostess. There she
met Pvt. Jim Blake. Jim got one look at Phoebe
and was overwhelmed, overcome, and overpowered!
Phoebe felt the same way about Jim. Returning
home, she writes to Jim faithfully to his training
camp and when she tells him in a letter that she is
going to marry Westbrook in four days in order
to please her mother, the young soldier pleads for
a pass and gets it. He sets off to pay Phoebe a
visit and is determined to marry her himself. But
Jim meets with an accident on the road and by
the time he reaches the home of his adored one
his uniform is a mess. He canit let Phoebe see
him in his present condition, so off comes the uni-
form and it is sent out to be pressed and cleaned
up a bit. It is then that the crowning blow falls
on poor Jim! There is a fire and his uniform goes
up in flames. It is impossible to get another uni-
form at that hour of the evening. Phoebe's in-
ventive Cousin Charlie and her romantic young
sister Juliet are suddenly inspired with what ap-
pears to be a sure-fire plan. Since Mrs. Lyster is
without a cook and has been unable to secure one,
why not have Jim Blake don Female Attire and
masquerade as said cook? ln that way he can be
near Phoebe and pursue his efforts to make her
his bride. Jim protests vigorously but Charlie and
Juliet win him over and he is introduced into the
Lyster household as Aurora Riley. Jim develops
a positive genius for pulling his house of cards
down around his neck. The final curtain is a honey
and contains many surprises.
This play was presented to a capacity audience
on April 8th and 9th. Curtain time was 8 p. m.
Mrs. Anne Lyster ...,.
Phoebe Lyster ..........
Juliet Lyster .... .........
Charles Caldwell ....,.,.. .
Westbrook Walker ..,.
Mrs. Imogene Walker
Albert Salmon ..... .....,.
Martha Green ..........
Private Jim Blake ...,
Carrie Dearborn ,.....,
Student Director ....,,..
Co-Student Director ,.
Director ..,..........,.... , ..
..,.., Robert Holtzapple
.. Samuel Sasso
Miss Jean Zimmerman
STANLEY T. SCHUYLER WARD L. MYERS
Footldull Coach Varsity Baskethall Couch
DONALD E. MILLER GEORGE B. IIOUSEKNECIIT
Baseball Coach Junior High Basketball Coach
Assistant Football Coach
Assistant Vlfrestling Coach
Boys' Intramural Adviser
JOSEPH W- LONG CAROL B. IIOUK
Assistant Football Couch Girls' Intramural Adviser
Gym Team Adviser
ROBERT HUGHES ZIGMUND M. MUSIAL
Faculty Manager of Athletics High School principal
Standing, Left to Right-Nancy McKee, Barbara Pidgeon, Yvonne Allen, Kneeling, Left to Right-jane I-Ioltzapple, Barbara Lucas. Stand-
Rosalie Stroup. Kneeling-Joann Shipman, Nancy Waltman. ing-Georgiana VValtman, Gail Bryfogle, Doris Blair, Barbara
The Senior High Cheerleaders are the group
of girls who are always behind our athletic teams
at all games, home or away. They very often
sacrifice a great deal to be present at all of the
athletic events. ln addition to their above duties
they are also responsible for scheduling and taking
charge of all of our "Pep Meetings". We con-
gratulate them on the fine job of boosting our teams'
The junior High Cheerleaders compose a sex-
tet of lively young boosters. Their primary func-
tion is to lead the cheers and yells for the junior
High Basketball games. Each year two girls are
selected from the seventh gradefby popular vote of
the junior high school. Junior high cheerleading
was first started in our school in 1945. These girls
certainly deserve a great deal of credit for the fine
job they have done.
The two school spirit-minded girls above received their "MH awards this year
for being active in cheerleading during the past three years. They were picked as
cheerleaders in their sophomore year by the student body of the senior high school.
Each year the senior cheerleaders receive an award for their energetic efforts. These
senior girls are to be commended for a job well done.
First Row, Left to Right-James Snyder, Max Stackhouse, Sherman Moyer, jay Schoeh, Charles Lowe, Ita
Bieber, Edward McCowan, Frank Moore, Rodney Opp, Eugene Burkholder, Gary Allen. Second Row-Donald
Rosenbaum, John Ebner, Max Feigles, Kenneth Hill, Gary Fry, Philip Story, Donald Marshall, james Edwards,
Donald Book, Sam Feigles, Robert Kenirer, Luther llardo, Robert Rohm, Daniel McCourt. Third Row-Donald
Miller, Assistant Coach, Robert Holtzapple, Vvllllillll VVal1is, Richard Rrittain, Robert Sterner, Earl Shoemaker,
Kenneth Moyer, Robert Fry, Edward Robbins, VVil1iaru Little, Pierre Fritz, Robert VVertman, Stanley Schuyler,
1V1uncy's football team ended their league season with a record of 4 wins and
1 loss. We were runner-up to Canton, who had a league record of 4 wins, no defeats,
and one tie. lnexperience and injuries at the beginning of the season hampered the
Indians a great deal, as they got off to a rather slow start. However, the gridders
finished strong as they ended their league campaign by soundly trouncing their tra-
ditional rivals, Montoursville and blontgomery.
A multiple formation offense that features a well balanced passing and running
attack kept Muncy's oPfense a constant threat, and a rapidly improving line held the
last three opponents to a total of fifty-two net yards from scrimmage. This sums up
the history of Muncy's 1953 football team.
The following six senior members of the team will graduate: quarterback, Bob
Wertman, right end and co-captain, Bill Wallis, right tackle and co-captain, Dick
Brittaing tackle, Bob Fry, and guards, Don Marshall and Phil Story.
The 1953 football record follows:
September 12-1Vluncy . O Canton ..,..,...
September 19-Muncy . O South Williamsport .,..
September 26-Muncy .... 13 Watsontown .,..,.t... .
October 3-Muncy .... 13 1V1iHlinburg
October 10-Muncy . 8 Trevorton ,.
October 17 Muncy .... 18 Sayre ...,. ..,,...
October 24 Muncy r... 33 Nlontoursville
October 31 Muncy 32 Nlontgomery ........... ...,............,, .
November 4-Muncy Renovo-cancelled because of snow
November 13-Muncy . 6 Bloomsburg ..,.,.......i.......,......,,..,.... .
Undefeated in regular season
W. B. W. T." champion
District Four champion
W. B. W. T." champion
District Four champion
Undefeated in regular season
W. B. W. T." champion
First Row, Left to Right-Larry Laucle, Larry Lawton, Iay Schoch, Sherman Moyer, Earl Poust, Luther Bardo,
Robert Rohm, Pierre Fritz, Robert Tule, Thomas DeVVald, Donald Baylor, Richard Brittain. Second Row-
Donald Miller, Assistant Coachg Charles Lowe, Daniel McCourt, Harold Bitler, Richard Bielhartz, Lynn Hess,
Max Feigles, Samuel Feigles, Philip Story, Robert Sterner, Robert Holtzapple, William Neiderherger, Stanley
Schuyler, Coach. Third Row-Nyle Yeagle, Munagerg Robert Staui-Yer, james Vermuelen, James McCarty,
Boyd Leech, Robert Kemrer, Marlin VVertman, Alfred Snyder, james Hall, William Lorimer, Lynn Poust,
Muncyys 1953-54 wrestling team won the co-championship, along with Hughes-
ville in the newly formed West Branch Wrestling League. Four boys-,lay Schoch,
Earl Poust, Don Baylor, and Dick Brittain-won individual championships at the
West Branch Tournament held for the first time this year.
The Indians were runners-up to Shamokin in the District Four Tournament
and two boys emerged as champions for the Blue and White, Pierre Fritz, 145 pound
class, and Dick Brittain, 185 pound class.
Two grapplers ended their regular season undefeated, Earl Poust with fifteen
straight and six tournament matches and Dick Brittain with iifteen straight and seven
tournament matches. Brittain and Poust set a new record for season wins and Brittain
set a new all-time high point total for the season with eighty-one for fifteen matches-
13 pins and two decisions.
The team, with a twelve-three record, scored 475 points while giving up but
239 for a new record for wins and points scored during a season. Team highlights
of the season were the 30-9 win over Williamsport and, of course, the victory over
Hughesville for the co-championship.
Dec. lVli1l Hall ..,,. ., Muncy
Dec. Chief Logan ...,.......,. Muncy
Dec. Wilkes-Barre GAR Muncy
Dec Sunbury ........,...... Muncy
lan. South Williamsport Muncy
lan. Mifilinburg ....,,.... Muncy
lan. Montoursville ,,... Muncy
Ilan. -Mount Carmel ....,. Muncy
lan. -Turbotville .... .... M uncy
lan. -Williamsport ,... Muncy
" West Branch VVrestling Tournament
First Row, Left to Right-Max Stackhouse, Edward McCowan. Second Row-james Edwards, Ivan Hartman,
William Wallis, Robert Wertman, Kenneth Hill, Earl Shoemaker. Third Row-Max Whipple, Manugerg Homer
Hilner, Roger Corson, Donald Rosenbaum, Donald Book, Richard Gottschall, Manager.
Muncyis cagers finished the regular season with an excellent record of 15 wins, 4 defeats. The
squad included three seniors-lvan Hartman, Bill Wallis and Bob Wertman-who were main cogs in
the success of the "54,' machine.
Several records fell during the season and among these notable "firsts" were: first team to score
more than 1000 points during the regular season, first team to win fifteen victories and first team to
win eleven straight games.
The lndians qualified for a District 4 playoff berth in class "Cn competition. Their first "quarry"
was Smithfield, Bradford County Hkingpinv, whom they soundly defeated 58-48 at Montoursville.
This victory earned Muncy a spot in the district finals against Scott Township, Columbia County
champion. Muncy jumped off to an early lead against Scott and held a steady ten point margin
until the iinal quarter. Then in quick succession we lost Hill, Wallis, Edwards, Shoemaker and
Wertman under a barrage of frenzied Whistle tooting by the referees. Scott shot fifty-two fouls and
won the game while our regulars sat helpless on the bench.
Muncy's scoring was exceptionally well balanced throughout the season. Hartman led with 254
points followed by Wallis with 233, Hill 218, Wertman 212, Shoemaker 104 and Edwards 81. Our
foul record was a creditable 55.61, of all tries. Next season we must replace the '54 stalwartsz
Hartman, Wallis and Wertman-not an easy task.
Catawissa , .....,. ,....... 4 6 Muncy ............ 39 Hughesville .,,. .,... 5 4 Muncy ............ 69
Lewisbur ..,.....,....... 30 Muncy ...,,.....,. 50 St. Joe ..,......,.. ,,... 5 4 Muncy ...,........ 49
South Wiliamsport.. 46 Muncy ...,........ 53 Watsontown ..... ...... 3 9 Muncy .,.......... 71
Danville .....,....,....... 51 Muncy ,........... 52 Montgomery ............ 56 Muncy ,..,.....,.. 73
South Williamsport., 47 Muncy ..........., 58 Montoursville ..,,.. 47 Muncy ,,......., ,. 52
Danville . .,..,......,...., 30 Muncy ..,......... 43 St. Mary ...,.......,..... 41 Muncy .........,.. 53
Alumni ........,......,.... 43 Muncy .,........., 53 Hughesville ............ 61 Muncy .......,..., 54
Watsontown ....,....... 39 Muncy ..........,. 54 St. Joe ,..,..,............. 50 Muncy ............ 44
Montgomery .,,..,...... 39 Muncy .,.. , ...,.., 51 Smithheld .,.........,.. 48 Muncy . ,.......... 58
Montoursville ..,.....,. 46 Muncy .,..,..,.... 48 Scott Township ...... 63 Muncy ...,........ 58
St. Mary ., ...,.,...,.,.,., 43 Muncy .,.. ,....... 6 9 Opponents' Total ..,, 973 Muncy ,...,.... 1151
Junior High Basketball
l'irst Row, Left to Right-,lack Engle, Richard Rhone, Stephen Vllhetstone, Kenneth Gardner, Samuel VValker.
Second How-Rodney Opp, Frank llloore, Richard VVarg, Eugene Burkholder, Donald Poust. Third Rvwf
Raymond Long, Gary Allen, VVillian1 Sonimers, Larry Fry, Richard Fry, Ray llankes, Eldon Reed. Fourth Row
-Ronald Ilouseknecht, john Long.
The ,lunior High Basketball Team completed a satisfactory cage season this vear with a record
of 8 wins and 15 losses. Their league record was 5 wins and 7 losses. These records are somewhat
misleading because they do not reflect a true picture of the team. Several of the games were lost by
only l, 2, or three points.
The team this year lacked height and experience, which are extremely important in junior high
hall. The team this year made up for the deficiency by a great deal of courage, determination, and
spirit, which are essential in any game.
The starting six consisted of Frank Moore, Raymond Long, Rodney Opp, Dick Wzirg, Eugene
Rurkholder and Donald Poust. This combination was su Nlemented bv the followinv verv worthy
h v . ll X , fs . .
substitutes: Larry Fry, Dick Fry, Eldon Reed, and john Long. Several members of the team should
prove to be real assets to the high school varsity cagers in the years to come.
During the past seasons, Mr. Houseknecht fthe junior high coachil has a record of 92 wins and
43 losses, a record any coach would be proud to have.
All in all the season probably was not the best lkluncy has experienced, but one must remember
that it is not how the game was won or lost that counts, but the manner in which it was nlaved an l
on this score these boys deserve a just amount of acknowledgment
Catawissa , .
Stevens ,. . .
Danville ..,. .,,.,...
Danville , ..,,
Roosevelt .,...,,. ..
Stevens ...,..,.. ..
St. Mary ..,...
St. joe ..,,. ,,
St. Mary . . .,..,,.
St. Joe .... . .
First Row, Left to Right-Robert VVertman, Cecil Laurenson, Ronald Fcigles, Ralph Feigles, Iack Edwards,
Eldon Hilner, Ivan Hartman, Donald Baylor, James Edwards. Second Row-Sherman Moyer, Ira Bieber,
Robert Rohm, Donald Rosenbaum, Earl Shoemaker, Phillip Sholtis, Kenneth Hill, Homer Hilner, Edward
Michael, lVlax Stackhouse, lVlr. Hess, Coach.
Muncy had a fair baseball team in 1953 under the coaching of lrvin Hess. They won
3 four and lost seven. The team was led by the following seniors: Ralph Feigles, Ronald Feigles,
Cecil Laurenson, lack Edwards, and Eldon Hilner.
The lettermen returning for the 1954 season are: lvan Hartman, Robert Wertman,
Philip Sholtis, Kenneth Hill, Max Stackhouse, Sherman Moyer, Robert Rohm, james Edwards,
and Ira Bieber. The coach of the 1954 season will be Mr. Donald Miller.
First Row, Left to Right-Shirley Feigles, Betty jane Rothfuss, Mary Lee Wanish, Barbara Sheppard, Rosalie
Stroup, Roberta Artley, Yvonne Allen, Gail Bryfogle, Alice Little. Second Row-Mrs. Houk, Adviser, Nancy
McKee, Jane Richmond, Mildred Crawford, Carol Hildebrand, Ianet Edwards, Ruth VVolfe, Betty Ann Edwards,
Manager. Thin! Row-Frank Leech, Lynn Houseknecht, Rodney Frcch, Charles Ciraulo, Robert Holtzapple,
Ronald Taylor, Robert Herr, Gary Allen.
This yearys gym team, working under the supervision of Mrs. I-louk, began their first
practice session in December. They Worked up a group of routines, which included a clown 2lCt,
Raggedy Ann act, tap dancing act, and rhythmic calisthenics
An exhibition of the above mentioned was given on March 25 in joint chapel.
The team will lose two members, Ruth Wolfe and Richard Brittain, through graduation
RICHARD BRITTAIN THOMAS DEVVALD ROBERT FRY RICHARD GOTTSCIIALL IVAN HARTM NN
Footballffco-captainD Xvrestling Football Basketball Cmanagvrj Basketball
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PIIILLIP SHOLTIS PIIILLIP STORX
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Homedfessed W. P. MCCARTY R. D. CORSON
BEEF, VEAL, AND PORK J. R. EBNER D. C. BooK
U. S. Government Inspected R. J. HOLTZAPPLE D. E. MCCOURT
Second Floor American Legion Bldg.
Harder Sporting Goods Company
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9 GUNS AND AMMUNITION
336 Pine Street
ROSS AND JIMVS CAFE
11 W. Water Street
Sales . Service 131 West Fourth Street
DUMONT RCA WILLIAMSPORT,
TV Installations That Really Work PENNSYLVANIA
60 N. Main Street HUGHESVILLE, PA.
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