Muncy High School - Canusarago Yearbook (Muncy, PA)
- Class of 1958
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A school, like an individual, in time developes a personality,
a distinctive atmosphere, which impresses itself upon its students
and largely determines their general attitude. A school aids in
molding their character for all time. Few educational institu-
tions have had a better chance to develop a distinctive person-
ality than Muncyg for the Muncy of today, as the general theme
of this annual has endeavored to show, is the product of a rich
background of excellent schools. Let us always remember that
these stout walls are not held together with mortar alone, but
with the tradition that Muncy has always had fine schoolsg and
someone once said, "Muncy is a traditionf'
The theme of the 1958 CANUSABAGO
is the long succession of institutional
schooling in Muncy. Through its history
of education, Muncy has fostered many
different schools. In this sixteenth edi-
tion, We have attempted to show the
various stages of education from 1799
to the present period of construction.
These stages present a picture of the
increasing development from the small
log cabin school to our present high
We would like to extend grateful
acknowledgements to the following peo-
ple for their service, time and patience,
understanding and guidance which they
have given to our class in presenting
this issue: our advisor, Mr. Stanley
Schuyler, for sacrificing his own time in
order to help us, our photographer, Mr.
James Minnich, lay Schoch, for his ex-
cellent art workg Mr. Barnard Taylor,
for advice, the Luminary, for help in
research, the faculty, for their patience
and understandingg the merchants, for
their financial aid in the purchasing of
advertisements, and especially to YOU
-the reader, for it is you who make our
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THE CLASS of 1958 is happy to dedicate their yearbook, THE CANUSARAGO, to I
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Everyone in the school has an appreciation and esteem for Miss Long's
f "t0uch,' which is apparent at whatever she does-from maintaining a neat and
X orderly class room, to her unmatched skill at decorating our stage for important
V The girls, in particular, are grateful not only for her help in solving the
Y problems of homemaking, the most important of all jobs, but also for her
guidance and direction.
The usual "drab', and udrearyn of the school day is made brighter by the UN i
e charm and graciousness of our Miss Long.
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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
Left to Right-Ronald Frey, Treasur-
er, Nancy Musser, Secretary, Eldon
Reed, President, Iames Kennedy,
MR. STANLEY SCHUYLER
We wish to express our sincere thanks to Mr.
Stanley T. Schuyler, for his guidance through-
out our senior year. As a result of his co-opera-
tion and patience, our most important tasks were
accomplished successfully. Through his leader-
ship, and understanding, he became a friend as
well as a teacher. Once again, we wish to
express our deepest appreciation to you, Mr.
GARY DEAN ALLEN
Business. Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain,
Baseball 2, Gym Team 1, 2, 4, Wrestling
1, 2, 3, 4, "M" Club 2, 3, President 4, Intra-
murals 1, 2, 3, 4, Magazine Sales 4, Patrol
Boys 1, Plays 4, Scoop Stall 4.
MARY ANN ALLEN
Business. Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Glee Club
1, 2, 3, Iournalism Club 2, Librarian 1, 2, 3,
Magazine Sales 4, Plays, Student Director 3,
swap Staff 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, In-
tramurals 1, 2.
but the memories of a by-gone clay still remain'
Lois ELLEN BANGHAET
Business. Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader
3, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Magazine Sales 4,
Plays 3, Scoop Staff 3, Student Council 2,
3, Class Officer 2, 3, G. A. A. 2, 3.
RAY S. BANKES
General. Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1,
2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, "M" Club 2, 3, Treasurer
4, Magazine Sales 4.
GEORGE WILLIS ARTLEY
Business. Football 1, 2, Magazine Sales 4
JAMES FRANK AHTLEY
General. Football 1, 2, 3, 4, "MD Club 3
4, Magazine Sales 4.
DORIS JEAN BLAIR
Business. Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Cheerlead-
er 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, journal-
ism Club 2, Magazine Sales 4, Scoop Staff 3,
Student Council 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Intramur-
als 2, 3, 4, May Princess 1, May Court 4.
LINDA HOPKINS BOAK
Academic. Booster Club 3, 4, Glee Club
3, 4, Magazine Sales 4, Intramurals 3, 4,
Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Yearbook 4, May Court 4.
the horse and buggy . . . long since
SUSAN ELIZABETH BROWN
General. Band I, 2, 3, 4, Booster Club 2,
3, 4, Glee Club 1, journalism Club 2, Mag-
azine Sales 4, Plays 3, 4, Scoop Staff 3, 4,
Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, President 4, C. A. A. 3, 4'
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4.
GORDON WILLARD CHASE
Academic. Glee Club 1, 4, Magazine Sales
4, Plays 4, Scoop Staff 4, Yearbook 4, Stage
Crew 2, Intramurals 1.
PHYLLIS GRACE BOOTH
Business. Booster Club 2, 3, 4, journalism
Club 2, Magazine Sales 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4,
Intramurals 1, 2, 4.
IOYCE ELAINE BRITTAIN
Business. Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Glee Club
2, 3, 4, Journalism Club 2, Magazine Sales
4, Photography Editor-Yearbook 4, Plays
3, 4, Scoop Staff 2, 3, 4, Student Council 1,
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3.
have gone to . pasture .
NANCY IANE DEWALD
Business. Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Glee Club
I, 2, 3, 4, journalism Club 2, Magazine
Sales 4, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2.
MARY ANN EDGEWORTH
Academic. Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Glee Club
I, 2, 3, 4, District Chorus 3, 4, Cirls' En-
semble 2, 3, 4, May Court 4, Scoop Staff 4,
Plays 3, Magazine Sales 4, Advertising Edi-
tor 4, Journalism Club 2.
JAMES LEWIS CHASE
General. Football 1, 2, 3, Plays 4, Scoop
Staff 3, 4, Magazine Sales 4.
4 .Q PHYLLIS ANN CRAWFORD
Business. Sports Editor-Yearbook 4,
Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 3, Gym
Team 2, 4, Journalism Club 2, Magazine
Sales 4, Plays 3, 4, Scoop Stall 4, Tri-Hi-Y
2, 4, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, C. A. A. 3, 4.
IANET LoU1sE EDWARDS
Business. Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Clee Club
2, 3, 4, Gym Team 2, Iournalism Club 2,
Magazine Sales 4, Scoop Staff 3, Tri-Hi-Y 1,
2, 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4.
CELIA IANE FENSTERMACHER
Business. Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Iournalism
Club 2, Librarian 1, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Intra-
murals 1, 2, Magazine Sales.
the eerie glow of the candle
RONALD SOHUYLER FREY
General. Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Gym Team 1
2, 4, Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4, Stage Crew 2, 3
Class Treasurer 2, 3, 4, Magazine Sales 4
"M" Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 1, 2, 3
DIANNA LOU FRY
Business. Booster Club 2, 3, 4, journalism
Club 2, Librarian 2, Magazine Sales 4, Plays
3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4.
LAWRENCE SPENSER FRY
General. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2,
Magazine Sales 4, "Mn Club 4, Intramurals
RICHARD ATWATER FRY
General. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2,
Magazine Sales 4, "Mn Club 4, Secretary,
Scoop Stall 4, Circulation Manager, Student
Council, President 4, Intramurals 1, 3, 4.
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ROBERT GARMAN GIRVEN
Agriculture. Magazine Sales 4, Projection-
ist Club 1, 2, 3, 4, F. F. A., Treasurer 4.
DONALD LARUE GOTTSCHALL
General. Magazine Sales.
ARTHUR MELVIN JOHNS
General. Baseball 3, Basketball 3, Football
3, 4, Magazine Sales 4, "M" Club 4.
T HELMA LOUISE HAWK
Business. Booster Club 2, 3, 4, journalism
Club 2, Librarian 2, 3, Magazine Sales 4,
Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4.
. . . no longer casts its shadow
JAMES JOSEPH KENNEDY
Academic. Football 3, 4, Glee Club 1,
Magazine Sales 4, "NV, Club 3, 4, Plays 3,
Scoop Staff 2, 3, 4, Student Council 4, Class
Editor of Yearbook 4, Vice-President Senior
Class 4, Projectionist Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Presi-
dent Sportsman's Club 3.
RUTH ANNE LOWE
Business. Band I, 2, 3, 4, Booster Club 2,
3, 4, Journalism Club 2, Librarian 1, 2,
Magazine Sales 4, Scoop Staff 3, 4, Student
Council 2, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Vice President 4,
G. A. A. 2, Secretary 3, 4, Business Editor of
Yearbook 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, D. A. R.
EMMA CATHERINE MALLOY
Business, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Booster Club 2,
3, 4, Clee Club 2, 3, 4, Iournalism Club 2,
Librarian 2, Magazine Sales 4, Scoop Staff
4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, Sportsman,s Club 1, 2, 3, 4.
IOANNE ELIZABETH MCCOY
Business. Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Magazine
Sales 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 4.
RUBY ELLEN MCCOY
Business. Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Scoop Staff
3, 4, Magazine Sales 4, Student Council 4,
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4.
DONALD WILLIAM MITCHELTREE
Agriculture. Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 3,
4, Football 3, 4, Magazine Sales 4, "M"
Club 4, Plays 3, 4, Projectionist Club 2, 3, 4,
Intramurals 1, 4, Stage Crew 2, 3, 4.
the muddy, unpaved streets
JOHN EDWARD PATRIZIO
Academic. Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling Man-
ager 2, Wrestling 2, 3, Clee Club 1, 2, 3, 4,
Feature Editor of Scoop 4, President Band
4, Sportsman's Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Projectionist
Club 1, 2, 3, 4.
WALTER LINCOLN PRINCE ,X
General. Baseball 2, 3, Basketball 3, 4, v
Manager, Magazine Sales 4, "M" Club 4, ,gif
Scoop Staff 4.
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NANCY ANN MUSSER
Business. Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Booster Club 2,
3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Journalism Club 2,
Librarian 2, Magazine Sales 4, Plays 3, 4,
Scoop Staff 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, May
Queen 4, Secretary of Senior Class 4, Intra-
murals 1, 2, 4, Flaming Foliage Queen 3.
ALYCE JEAN PARSONS
Business. Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Cheerlead-
er 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, journalism
Club 2, Librarian 2, Student Council 3, Sec-
retary 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, May Court 4, In-
tramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, G, A. A. 2, 3, 4.
catch and hold our wagon wheels
GEORGE EUGENE RISHEL
Business. Basketball 2, 3, 45 Magazine
Sales 45 "NIU Club 4.
DALE EDWARD SCHENCK
Academic. Football 2, 35 Wrestling 2, 3, 45
Baseball 25 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Clee Club 1, 2,
3, 45 District Chorus 45 Magazine Sales 45
"M" Club 45 Plays 3, 45 Projectionist Club
1, 2, 3, 45 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4.
I. KENT RACER
Business. Band 3, 45 Baseball Manager 1,
2, 35 Football Manager 25 Clee Club 1, 3, 45
Magazine Sales 45 "M" Club 45 Plays 3, 45
Scoop Stall 45 Sportsman's Club 1, 2, 3.
ELDON WILLIAM REED
,iq Academic. Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Football 45 Bas-
ketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 25 Class President
2, 3, 45 Sports Editor of Scoop 45 Assistant
Editor Yearbook 45 Clee Club 3, 45 Honor
Society 3, 45 Magazine Sales 45 "M" Club 2,
3, 45 Plays 3, 45 Student Council 25 Intra-
murals l, 2, 3, 45 American Legion Award 1.
JAMES EARL SCHNEIDER, IR.
General. Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 45
Wrestling 3, 45 Baseball 25 Magazine Sales
45 "M" Club 2, 3, 45 Intramurals 1, 3, 4.
RITA JUNE PIDGEON
Business. Booster Club 2, 3, 45 Clee Club
1, 2, 35 Magazine Sales 45 Librarian 2, 35
Intramurals 2, 3.
ANN MARIE SCI-IOOLEY
Business. Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Booster Club 2,
3, 4, Clee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Gym Team 2,
joumalism Club 2, Magazine Sales 4, Plays
3, 4, Scoop Stall 4, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Trea-
surer 4, Yearbook 4, May Court 4, Intra-
murals 1, 2, 3, 4.
y fxj DOUGLAS BRYANT SHOEMAKER
tfAcademic. Football 1, Clee Club 1, 4,
EJ joumalism Club 2, Magazine Sales 4, Plays
3, 4, Editor of Scoop 4, Assistant Editor of
Scoop 3, Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Presi-
den 3, Layout Editor of Yearbook 4, Sports-
man,s Club 2.
the lamplighter no longer lights our way
WILLIAM LEMONT SOMMERS
General. Football 3, 4, Basketball 2, Maga-
zine Sales 4, SpOrtsman's Club 1, 2, 3, 4.
THOMAS DEAN STUTZMAN
Academic. Football 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2,
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Clee Club 3, 4, Magazine
Sales 4, "M" Club 4, Sportsman's Club 3, 4,
Projectionist Club 3, 4.
GERALDINE ANE TILBURY
Academic. Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Clee Club
1, journalism Club 2, Librarian 1, 2, 3,
Magazine Sales 4, Scoop Staff 2, 3, 4, Stu-
dent Council 1, 3, May Court 4, Yearbook
GEORGE WALTER VANDINE
Academic. Clee Club 3, 4, Honor Society
3, 4, Magazine Sales 4, Scoop Staff 3, 4.
GIDRIA JEAN WEAVER
Business. Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Sales Editor
of Yearbook 43 Magazine Sales 4g Scoop
Staff 45 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2.
MARY KATHLEEN WEBSTER
Business. Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Librarian
2, 3, 4, Magazine Sales 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4,
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4.
but the memories of a by-gone day still remain
RONALD EUGENE WERTMAN
General. Football 3, 4, Baseball 2, "M"
Club 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Magazine
WILLIAM VVILBURT ZIMMERMAN
Academic. Magazine Sales 45 Plays 4, Hon-
or Society 3, 4.
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As we met for the first time under the leadership of Mrs. Dice
and Miss Koons, we found everything new and exciting. This year
we participated in the Rhythm Band, which was led by janet
Edwards. We also made an oatmeal and a shoe box train for our
The teachers who led us through our second year were Mrs.
Hoffman and Mrs. Goodenow. During this year the boys began to
notice girls. Playing prison proved this point clearly. joining us this
year were: Thelma Hawk, Emma Malloy, and Cary Allen.
As we moved on to the third grade we were greeted at the door
by Miss Shook and Mrs. Stahl. We spent time learning higher arith-
metic and other interesting subjects. We ended this year with a pic-
nic held at Mrs. Stahlis house. Willie Chase joined our happy group.
Climbing the stairs for our next year was new and exciting. We
were welcomed by Mrs. Fry and Mrs. Smith. This year Dale Schenck
Our fifth grade leaders proved to be Miss Griffith CMrs. Ritterl
and Miss Keener. This was our first year for changing classes. Many
of the students joined the Glee Club and were pretty proud of them-
Sixth grade brought on some romances. A few of these being:
Mary Ann Edgeworth and Ralph Hitesmang Ann Schooley and Bill
Sommersg Alyce Parsons and Ronnie Fryg Dianna Fry and Don
Mitcheltree. Our teachers were Mrs. Stine and Mr. Douty. This
year Kennedy and jim Schneider came to our school.
An exciting new year started out with our homeroom teachers
as Miss Withers fMrs. Blairj and Mrs. Arthur. Getting into the habit
of changing classes six times a day was fun but quite confusing at first.
The Pennsdale group joined us this year.
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Eighth grade doors were opened to us by Miss Waldron and
Mrs. Houk. This year Doris Blair and Gail Bryfogle were elected to
be members of the Junior High Cheerleading Squad. We also took
tests to determine the course for which we were best suited. Gloria
Weaver and Joyce Brittain joined our class this year.
Ninth grade was a busy year, with Miss Zimmerman and Mr.
Schuyler leading us. Doris Blair was elected May Princess. This
year we were graduated into the Senior High School at Commence-
ment. The American Legion Awards went to Eldon Reed and Mary
Geist. The Poetry Awards went to Gloria Weaver and Donald
Mitcheltree. Many of the boys were sports minded this year.
This year we entered tenth grade or Senior High School. The
class elected oilicers who were: President, Eldon Reed, Vice-President,
Mary Geist, Secretary, Lois Banghart, Treasurer, Ronnie Fry. During
this year we joined clubs and participated in many school activities.
Four new students were added. They were Joanne McCoy, Walter
Prince, Bill Zimmerman, and George VanDine. This was the year a
lot of the boys and girls started to drive and this was OK with us.
Our Junior year was high-lighted by the receiving of our class
rings, hats and pennants. Our class presented the annual Junior
Class Play, which was "Cupid in Pigtailsf, The play was directed
by Mr. Myers. Linda Boak and Artie Johns came in with our small,
but highly activated group this year.
Our last step upward was led by Mr. O'Boyle and Mr. Warren
Maurer. Mr. Schuyler took over as Class Advisor after Mr. Houk,
our former advisor, went to another school. The annual magazine
drive was successful. On December 5th we presented the annual
play called, "Finders Greepersf' Nancy Musser, this year, represented
us at the Flaming Foliage Festival. Our class oflicers were the same
as always with the exception of secretary, who was new, Nancy
Musser. That is our twelve years at Muncy High, the best years
of our lives.
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CLASS WILL 619589
We, the class of 1958, wish to leave lasting memories to future
Seniors, of the Muncy Joint Schools. This being the case, we declare
this our last will and testament.
We will to the girls of the Junior Class Alyce Parsons, shape,
The boys of the Senior Class want the boys of the Junior Class to
have a look at true form.
Joyce Brittain wills her size 535 shoes to Kathy Walen. We hope
it won't be too tight a squeeze, Kathy.
Joanne McCoy wills her bashfulness to Jerry Johns in hopes he
will make good use of it when dating.
Kent Rager leaves his seat in typing class to Dale Hessler. "By
the way, the ribbon needs changingf
Gloria Weaver wills her ability to go to school, work, date, and
still be able to stay awake in class to any sleepy Junior who can use it.
h Phyllis Booth wills her bobby pins to anyone who might need
Jim Schneider wills his ability to hook school without getting
caught to Bill Hughes. Maybe he needs it.
Eldon Reed wills his nickname "Boo" to Dick Williamson. One
slight alteration Dick, please pronounce it as a long "0"-"Boo.v
Bill Sommers wills his beastly pranks and jokes to Terry
Schwenck. We hope you'll have as much fun as Beast had.
Warning to all teachers! Bill Zimmerman wills his ability to iind
misaakes made by the teachers to any Junior that doesnit value his
gr To anyone that doesn't want to take French, Larry and Dick Fry
will their ability to charm Mr. Cresh.
Mary Ann Ed eworth wills her quiet ladylike ways to Judy
Houseknecht. Mayie she can Hnd some use for them.
Donald Mitcheltree wills his stage crew ability to Allen Smith.
Walt Prince wills l1is height to Paul Auker. How,s the weather
up there, Paul.
Ronnie Frey wills his hunting season illness to any Junior who
wants to hunt and come back to school with a blue admission slip.
George VanDine wills his brains to any Junior who is smart
enough to figure out how to use them.
Phyllis Crawford wills her worn out chewing glum to Miss Long.
Don't stick it under any desk when you're throug with it, please.
Ruth Ann Lowe leaves her osition as Business Manager of the
Yearbook open to any Junior who wants it.
Robert Cirven wills his prize winning ability at the farm show to
To any girl who has diet problems, Celia F enstermacher wills her
ability to eat heartily and stay thin.
Susie Brown wills her Ford to Mrs. Viracqua so she will have a
way to get to Millville every night.
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Nancy Dewald wills her ability to put lipstick on without a mirror
to any Junior who can't find her lips.
Gangway! Here comes Dave Fry, Mary Ann Allen has just willed
him her driving habits. See if you can talk your way out of as many
tickets as she has.
Linda Boak wills her bottle of peroxide, for lighter and brighter
bangs, to Pat Temple. For your bangs only, Pat.
Emma Malloy wills her freckles to Mr. O,Boyle.
Jim Kennedy wills a dull church key to Sam Walker. Don't use
it too often, Sam.
Doug Shoemaker wills his smile to Mr. Sauers, and his seat in
the Student Council to any tactful Junior who wants to give it a try.
Rita Pidgeon wills her red hair to Judi Carter. Now you can
stop dyeing your hair, Judi.
R Geri Tilbury wills her "Do it yourself hair-do kitv to Joan Martin.
XX See if you can do any better than Geri did with it. We know you can
' "I, make good use of it.
4 Mary Webster wills her ability to hook school and get a blue
slip and not get caught to Kay Balliet.
Miss Leffelaar isnit quite tall enough to handle the Ag. boys, so
y W" Ann Schooley is willing her her height. We hope this will bring
Nancy Musser bequeaths her "golden blonde locksv to Barbie
Book. We certainly hope you appreciate it, Barbie, because they are
a treasure to be cherished.
To Bob Flayhart, Gary Allen wills his intestinal fortitude Qcour-
Q It seems every Child Care Class Ruby McCoy gets called on
XE quite often. She wills this blessing to Sandy Schooley. You have
f 1 our condolences, Sandy.
1 f Janet Edwards wills her natural curly hair to Connie Bair. No
more pin-ups at night, Connie.
2 Jack Patrizio wills his job as head of the tablet and pencil dis-
I tributors to Dave Youtz. And Dave, please don,t hook any tablets or
Dick Rhone hit the jack pot. Artie Johns wills him his Pepsodent
smile. And in case of girl troubles, Tom Stutzman Wills him his
ability to play both ends against the middle, believe us, he has the
Z Dianna Fry wills to Mr. Schuyler her trim waist line.
Dale Schenck wills his sour notes on the trombone to John Mc-
! Carthy. After all John, he has to get rid of them some time.
Willie Chase doesn't will anything to anybody as he can't afford
to give anything up.
X We hope everyone is pleased with what they were willed, and
those who aren,t well, they will just have to pass it on to someone else.
With this we, the class of "58", close our last will and testament.
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The ropes ofthe past shall ring the bells to our future.
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 you.
We, the class of nineteen hundred fifty-eight, with the help of
God, promise to set good standards for our future life. These stand-
ards will be formulated from the ideas we have received from those
with whom we have associated during our school years.
We are leaving Muncy High School with the idea of trying to
make a place for ourselves in the world. With this in mind, and with
the thought of bettering the generations to follow , we shall endeavor
to carry on the duties of useful, Worthwhile citizens.
- Most Likely to Succeed Most Studious
Eldon Reed Ruth Anne Lowe George Van Dine Ruby McCoy
Most Athletic Best Looking
Gary Allen Susan Brown Ronald Frey Nancy Musser
Best Dressed Best Natured
jack Patrizio Ioyce Brittian William Sommers Dianna Fry
Walter Prince Joanne McCoy
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Seated, Left to Right-Max Womelsdorf, Mr. Clifford Wentzlerg Harry Stein, First Vice-Presidentg Howard C.
Opp, Presidentg Malcolm Muir, Second Vice-Preside-ntg Michael Aldish, Secretary. StandingfC1ifton Fry,
H. T. Young, Harold Cummings, Stewart Reed.
The Graduating Class of 1958 would like to
express their deepest thought of appreciation to
the Muncy Ioint School Board members for the
role which they have played during the past
years. The class is grateful for the splendid
co-operation and approval by the board for our
The members of the board are those who,
most graciously, devote their time and patience
to see that We, the students, obtain the best
education possible during our years at Muncy
HOWARD C. OPP - - - President
HARRY STEIN First Vice-President
MALCOM Mum Second Vice-President
MICHAEL ALDISH - - - Secretary
MRS. I1-:AN WINNER
MR. LARUE C. WILLIAMSON
MH. ZICMUND MUSIAL
High School Principal
MRS. BETTY ZARR
it was with
taught and lead
BESSIE M. LONG
Home Economics. Muncy High Schoolg Mans-
field State Teachersg Bucknell University.
25 years service.
GEORGE R. DIETZ JANET
Science. Stage Crew Advisorg Science Club English,
Advisorg Advisor of Class of l959g Blooms- Baltimore,
2 years service.
hurg High Schoolg B.S., Bloomshurg State
316 years service.
English, B.A., Pennsylvania State University. Social Studies. MHHHESYQ
1 year service- Student Council Club Ad-
1 2 years service.
STANLEY T. SCHUYLER
Business Education. Football Coachg Senior
Class Advisorg Yearbook Advisorg Watson-
town High Schoolg B.S., Bloomsburg State
Teachersg Bucknell University.
14 years service.
THOMAS E. O'BOYLE
Languages. A.B., Wilkes
1 year service. Nw L 1
IEAN. F. DELSITE
Vocal Music Supervisor. junior High Glee
Clubg Senior HiglL'Glee Clubg Girls' En-
semble Director: Sunbury High Schoolg
B.S., Susquehanna University.
7 years service.
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Business Education. Advisor, Scnopg B.S.,
Bloomsburg State Teachers.
1 year service.
IOHN E. DENNEN
Algebra, General Math, Plane Geometry.
Norih Mont High Schoolg B.S., Bloomsburg
State Teachers College.
2 years service.
PHYLLIS S. WOOL
Librarian. A.B., Lycoming College.
1 year service.
GEORGE SAUERSA J
Physical Educatiori. Assistant 'Coach, Foot-
ball and Wrestlingg' Selinsgrove High Schoolg
B.S., Lock Haven State Teachers.
1 year service. '
Driver Education. Lock Haven High Schoolg
B.S., Lock Haven State Teachers College.
1 year service.
GEORGE B. HOUSEKNECHT
Social Studies. Varsity Basketball Coachg
Hughesville High Schoolg B.S., Bloomsburg
12 years service.
SHIRLEY S. VIVACQUA
Physical Education. Coach, Gym Teamg
B.S., Bloomsburg State Teachers.
1 year service.
PAUL K. WINNER
Agriculture Supervisor. F. F. A. Advisorg
also Advisor, Projectionistsg Advisor, Sports-
meng Dickinson Seminaryg B.S., Pennsylvania
6 years service.
Math, Algebra. Junior High Chapel Advisorg
Muncy High Schoolg B.S., West Chester
24 years service.
Registered Dental Hygienist. Mount Joy
High Schoolg University of Pennsylvania.
3 years service.
WARREN M. MAURER
Philipsburg High Schoolg B.S., Penn Stateg
M.S., The Stout Institute fWisconsinQ'
Doctoral Study at Penn State.
1 year service.
NED EUGENE MILLER
English. Montgomery Clinton High Schoolg
A.B., Lycoming Collegeg University of New
6 months service.
DONALD C. BERNINGER
Instrumental Band Director. B.S., Susque-
hanna Universityg M.Ed., Pennsylvania State
1 year service.
PAUL F. GRESH
Mathematics, Guidance. Assistant Football
Coachg I. V. Basketball Coachg Advisor,
Class of 19575 Watsontown High Schoolg
B.S., and M.S., Bucknell University.
4 years service.
English. Montgomery Clinton High Schoolg
M.A., Bucknell University.
1 year service.
LILA L. CRAWLEY
School Nurse. Lewis High School iKansasJg
R.N., Halstead Hospital Training Schoolg
6 years service.
WALLACE M. MAURER
Social Studies. Wrestling Coachg Philipsburg
High Schoolg B.S., Penn Stateg M.S., The
Stout Institute iWisconsinJg Doctoral Study
at Penn State.
1 year service.
W WARD L. MEYERS
Elementary Principal. B.S., Carnegie Techg
M.S., Penn Stateg Lycoming Collegeg Buck-
14 years service.
Standing, Left to Right-Mrs. Murray
Mrs. Snyder, Mrs. Stroup.
Standing, Left to Right-Mr. Mark Waltman,
Mr. George Beilhartz, Mr. Wilmer Waltman.
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JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
Seated, Left to Right-Kay Balliet, Secretaryg William Hughes,
Vice-Presidentg Kenneth Gardner, Presidentg Terry Schwenk,
Treasurer. Standing-Leon App, Historian.
President - - - KENNETH GARDNER
Vice-President - - - WILLIAM HUGHES
Secretary - - KAY BALLIET
Treasurer ---- TERRY SCHWENK
Historian - - - - - LEON APP
The junior Class started out their year by
working on the project of selling Christmas
cards and candles. This annual project made
them the richest junior Class in the history of
Muncy High School. The money earned from
this project will go toward the class trip, year-
book and various other expenses which will
occur during their Senior year. By the Way, the
juniors have already been very busy on their
yearbook for "59."
The juniors became officially known as jun-
iors after they received their hats, pennants,
emblems and class rings bearing the inscription
of the year, 1959.
Much of the amazing success of the juniors
is due to the fine leadership which they have.
Besides a group of capable officers, they have
an energetic adviser in Mr. Dietz. He has
helped and guided them and has become a
familiar figure to the class of nineteen hundred
11-A-HOME ROOM 54
First Row, Left to Right-Barbara Fry, Sandra Alexander, Joan Martin, Yuanita Fry, Donna Detrick, Judy Houseknecht, Doris
Craig, Barbara Lowe, Donna Anderson, Kay Balliet. Second Row-Barbara Elliot, Connie Bair, Barbara Book, Judi Carter, Carolyn
Applegate, Joyce Hessler. Third Row-Leon App, David Fry, Steve Boak, Lane Bitler, Jack Engle, Roger Breidinger, Larry Gruver,
James Fetter, John DeWald, Dale Hessler.
11-Z-HOME ROOM 44
First How, Left to RighteBarbara Tubbs, Jacquvlyn Wiser, Georgianna Walkman, Nancy Zarr, Pearl Sheridan, Joanne Ponst, Sandra
Schooley, Violet Ryder, Delores Smith, Jane Stauifer. Second Row-Mr. Stanley Schuyler, Teacher, Patricia Walton, Kathleen
Whalen, Janis Somerville, Joyce Schneider. Third Row-William Hughes, Robert Stroup, Paul Sheatler, David Youtz, Arlan
Swartz, Sam Walker, David Wenzel, George White, Terry Schwenk, Allen Smith, Larry Smith.
10-Z-HOME ROOM 41
First Row, Left to Right-Loretta Reeder, Sylvia Schock, Nancy Pepper, Carol Smith, Ruth Sellers, Ann Patrizio, Dorothy McCoy,
Sandra Sedan, Mary Ann Lorimer, Peggy Lee. Second Row-Robert Hughes, Home Room Teacher. Third Row-Linda Maurer,
Gail Shively, Mary Stroup, Elaine Smith, Ioan Mitcheltree, Donna Ulmer, Sandra Walton, Nan Wood, Audrey Little, Kay Sense-
man, Sandra Miller, Nancy Snyder. Fourth Row-William Stroup, Donald Puderbough, William Miller, James Maust, Ronald
Temple, Donovan Shultz, Ronald Poomxan, John McCarthy, Joseph Rose, Richard Williamson.
10-A-HOME ROOM 43
First Row, Left to Right-Gloris Covert, Connie Hall, Connie Lee, Patricia Adams, Marsha Bontomase, Sandra Frick, Iune
Anstadt, Sandra Feigles, Connie Houseknect, Mary Ann Hartman, Lois Abbott. Second How-Mr. George Dietz, Teacher. Third
Row-Paul Auker, Ann Gautsch, Evelyn Gardner, Ioyce Eves, Indy Crawford, Sally Banzhaf, Sally Cummings, Carol Kepner,
Ioy Eves, Lila Lee Hilner, jean Hall, Edward Foglcman. Fourth Row-Rodger Herr, Thomas Hivcly, Gary Bennett, Harry Fry,
Phillip Danley, Reginald Gardner, Larry Magargle, Gary Edwards, Clyde Houseknecht, Bruce Hall, Harold Lauchle, Robert Flay-
han, Sherman Lupold.
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First Row, Left to HighteBarhara Fisher, Betty Carson,
Linda Bair, Louise Ienkins, Linda Artley, Nancy Cor-
son, Jane Baker. Judy Brittain, Roberta Cook, Doris
Carson, Donna Deppen, Isabel Malloy. Second Row-
Miss Waldron, Wayne Fry, Francis Auker, Ioseph
Cipriani, Ralph Buck, Richard Hill, Max Bieher. Third
Row-Steven Frantz, Carl Laird, Peter Carlucci, Ted
Frey, Dorland Hanford, Wayne Bradburn, Ted Engle,
Byron Bassett, Stephen Anderson, Richard Fry, Eugene
9-M-HOME ROOM 53
First Row, Left to Right-Paula Winner, Ruth Ann
Leech, Bernadine Speary, Carol Foley, Nancy Wenzel,
Carol Venneulen, Gloria jackson, Sharen Scott, Nancy
Weaver, Kay Kepner, Ioyce McCarty, Sherry Keyser,
Nancy Rhone. Second RoweMiss Long, Mary Hed-
dings, Peggy Ann Smith, Grace Lormier. Third Row-
Helene Newman, Ellen Stroup, Barbara Iacobs, Donna
Ritter, Gloria Smith, Lydia Sheridan, Shirley Harris,
Ann Long, Connie Hill, Austina Tilbury.
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First Row, Left to Right-Mary Dietrick, Betty Girven,
Carol Fetter, Lynne Fromm, Barbara Griggs, Bonnie
Gardner, Diane Dugan, Donna Gortner. Second Row-
Miss Annabelle Leifelaar. Third Row-Keith Shoe-
maker, Ronald Hill, Tom Springman, Gene Ott, Rich-
ard Iohnson, Robert Musser, Duane Shultz, Malcolm
Muir, Brian Kennedy, William Peterman, Ierry Stauffcr.
Fourth Row-Wayne Rishel, David Meserole, Tom
Robb, Bill Rothfuss, Gordon Washbum, Charles Scott,
Ronald Houseknect, Robert Temple, Wayne Sager,
Steve Opp, John Myers.
First Row, Left to Right-Ioan Hall, Shelby Freeh,
Diane Ferguson, Georgia Lee Artley, Joan Baker,
Roberta Frey, Millicent Barge-r, Judy Gruver, Susan
Dildine. Second Row-Mrs. McCormick, Teacher.
Third Row-Eddie Hill, Kenneth Charles, Carl Hawk,
Helen Carson, Aloha Biddle, Mary Gottschall, Candy
Carlncci, Rae Ann Griggs, Phyllis Hawk, Ronnie
Hilner, Clyde Biddle, Jim Girven. Fourth Row-Paul
Herman, Richard Cotner, Ronald Buhb, Kenny Fry,
Peter Brant, Tom Edwards, Gary Alexander, Dick
Arthur, Dale Fisher, Ronald Green, Roger Becht.
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First Row, Left to Right-Wilma Rose, Susan Pfleegor,
Barbara Poust, Yuanita. Hoback, Nancy Miller, Patricia
Moser, Wanda Oyster, Mary Linaherry, Henrietta
Holzwarth, Nancy Long. Second Row-Mr. House-
knecht, Teacher, Robert Houseknecht, Alfred Poff,
Keith Rager, Carol Hoffman, Barbara Martin, Virginia
Johnson, Joyce Oberdorf, Mary Huffman, Fred Koons,
Kenneth McCoy, James Hunt. Third RowfGary Rager,
George Lupold, Iohn McCuaig, Martin Houseknecht,
Ronald Richart, Lynn Phillips, Iames Mathers, Philip
Robbins, Gerald johns, George Houseknecht, Garreth
Kirkner, Lester Lyons, james Musser.
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First Row, Left to Right-Rita Wertman, Betty Sheatler,
Mary White, Patricia Wertman, Marcia Rothfuss, Con-
nie Sones, Nancy Schell, Arlene Yagel, Rose Ryder,
Shirley Wertman, Cheryl Sheridan. Second Row-
Mr. Maurer, Linda Stein, Thomas Walton, Verland
Springman, Blaine Sellers, Ronald Stackhouse, Marjorie
Webster. Third Row-Ray Rothfuss, James Sedam,
Ronald Wilson, Dick West, Iohn Williams, Edward
Wert, Grant Swartz, James Sheatler, Glenn Schell,
Iames Rodger, Thomas Yost. Absent-Janette Young,
Lucella Smith, Dennis Warg, Edward Wertman.
First Row, Left to Right-Sandra Hall, Margaret Fry, Sharon Meserole, Grace Holtzworth, Patricia Kersetter, Bonnie Covert, Chris-
tine Brittain, Genevieve Little, Patricia Miller, Susan Lyons, Edna Carson. Second Row-Mrs. Riley, Donald Hill, John Ohcrdorf,
Donald Beneisen, George Hawk, Charles Lauchle, Donald Bahh, Jack McCoy, David Alexander. Third Row-Robert Fisher, James
Blair, Leslie Brown, Connie Fry, Linda Houseknecht, Judith Karschner, Linda Moser, Jane Johnson, Sandra Halderman, Joanne
Cipriani, Thomas Herr, Robert Miller. Fourth RoweDavid Hunter, Harold Miller, Steven Musser, Roland Nuss, James Gray,
John Gray, Frank Boudman, David Merrick, Fred Hcilman, Stanley McCarty, Harold Lowe, John Leech, Frank Fenstermacher.
First Raw, Left to Right-Judith Ritter, Paula Ulric, Janet Stackhouse, Linda Wiser, Penny Schneider, Sandra Zarr, Nancy Moyer,
Elsie Stepp, Helen Puderbaugh, Donnette Tubbs, Sharon Sidel, Mary Ann Rothfuss. Second Row--William Senseman, Stephen
Young, George Weaver, Barbara Stroup, Lulu Ryder, Helen Welsh, Beverly Stover, Jean Rothfuss, Stanley Richart, Charles Ric-
hart, Stephen Waldron. Third Row-Carl Swartz, Gary Speary, Michael Wood, William Wood, William Scott, David Pepper,
Don Trinkle, Jack Williams, Peter Robbins, John Zimmerman. Fourth Row-John Schwenk, Ronald Poust, Jim Parsons, Ed Smith,
Oliver Sones, Robert Shipman, Robert Walters, Dale Pepper, Don Walton.
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Seated, Left to Right-Mary Ann Edgeworth, Ruth Anne Lowe, Geri Tilbury, Ioyce Brittain, Phyllis Crawford,
and Gloria Weaver. Standing-Mr. Stanley Schuyler, Eldon Reed, lack Patrizio, Doug Shoemaker, Jim Kennedy.
Left to Right-Eldon Reed, Assistant Editor, Douglas Shoemaker,
Layout Editor, Geri Tilbury, Editor.
Late in our Junior year, We entrusted the
publishing of our yearbook to the capable hands
of Geri Tilbury by electing her Editor-in-Chief.
To handle the business end of producing the
yearbook, the class elected a capable commer-
cial student, Ruth Anne Lowe, as Business
Manager. With the aid of our yearbook ad-
visors, the remainder of the CANUSARAGO Staff
was chosen. After many meetings and head-
aches, we selected the photographer, the pub-
lishing company, and the type of printing for
our yearbook. Keeping in mind the importance
of classroom instructions, the staff did as much
of the work as possible after school hours.
Through the fine co-operation of the members
of the staff and by working many evenings our
deadline was met.
We would like to thank our advisor, Mr.
Schuyler, who devoted much time and energy
in helping us to publish this book.
Seated, Left to Right-Janis Som-
erville, Sandra Schooley, Assistant
Editorg Douglas Shoemaker, Edi-
torg Kathy Whaleng Miss Leffelaar,
Advisor. Standing - Eldon Reed,
jack Patrizio, Willie Chase, Dick
The Scoop Staff plays a very important part
in the school program publishing the news and
views of the students. It is through their tire-
less Work that the honor and dignity of the
school paper is up-held. The Scoop published
four editions during the past school term. The
last issue of the year, was published by next
year's future staff. The advisor, Miss Leifelaar,
helped greatly with her friendly advice and
Left to Right-Assistant Editor Sandra Schooley
Editor Doug Shoemaker
Much of the success of the play can be
Seated on Floor, Left to Right-Dianna Fry, Dale Schenck. Seated-Alyce Parsons, Joyce Brittain, Phyllis
C f d N M L d k G All Eld R d Sh k ill Z'mmerman Don
raw or , ancy usser, in a Boa , ary en, on ee , Doug oema er, B I ,
Mitcheltree. Standing-Miss Leffelaar, Willie Chase, Kent Rager, Ann Schooley.
Senior Class Play
The Senior Class Play, presented on Decem-
ber 5, 1957, was a big success. The three-act
mystery-comedy, "Finders Creepersi' was en-
joyed by its audience, which displayed its ap-
proval with outbursts of applause, and uproars
of laughter at most of the humor and even some
parts that were not meant to be funny.
attributed to the talented acting of William
Zimmerman, who was a lifesaver to the play.
During the play there was a catastrophe but
Bill filled in so well that it turned out to be the
best part of the play. Miss Leffelaar, the direc-
tor, Mr. O'Boyle, an advisor, the cast, and all
who helped to make the play possible did a
The Seniors had fun and enjoyed presenting
the play and also, had some Wonderful times at
practice. It is a happy memory that will linger
on for many years to come.
Harry Shuster ...... .............. ....... K e nt Rager
Nina ..,,,....,.,....... ....., N ancy Musser
Mrs. Nelson ...,., .,,........... A lyce Parsons
Mr. Nelson ..,..,. ...... D ouglas Shoemaker
Celeste ,....., .
Wilbur .... , 4 .
Hercules ........ .
Madeline ...... .,,...
Granny .....,.... ....
Mr. Quigly ......., .,......
Ann Marie Schooley
Helper .,,....,... ..,.....,,..,,..,.. G ary Allen
. ,..... Dianna Fry
Seated, Left to Right-Susan Brown, Mary Ann Allen
Standing-Jack Patrizio, lim Chase.
SHOT OF PLAY
Left to Right-Don Mitcheltree, Eldon Reed, Willie Chase.
SHOT OF PLAY
Left to Right-Willie Chase, Dianna Fry, Eldon Reed, Dale
Schenck, Phyllis Crawford, Don Mitcheltree, Ioyce Brittain,
Bill Zimmerman, Linda Boak, Nancy Musser, Ieannie Par-
sons, Doug Shoemaker.
SENIOR HIGH STUDENT COUNCIL
First Row, Left to Right-Mary Ann Lorimer, Ioan Martin, Janis Somerville, Lila Lee Hilner, Ruby McCoy.
Second Row-Dick Fry, Allen Smith, Reggie Gardner, James Fetter, Douglas Shoemaker, Iohn McCarthy.
Senior Student Council
The student council was divided into a jun-
ior Council and a Senior Council. The Senior
Council is made up of two representatives from
the 10th to the 12th grades. It is through this
organization that all school-sponsored activities
are co-ordinated and approved.
The annual Student Council Convention was
held at Hughesville. Three representatives
from Muncy went to the convention.
The project of the club consisted of selling
Prom Peanuts. The sale was considered a suc-
cess. From this money, social events such as
dances are sponsored.
junior Student Council
junior High Council composed of representa-
tives from the seventh, eighth and ninth grades
met almost weekly to talk over problems that
confront them. They were quite successful in
their locker check up. It made pupils conscious
of their responsibility for their belongings.
The Council is deeply concerned with pupil
behavior in halls and classrooms. They are
expending their efforts in making students
realize that the school is being judged and will
continue to be judged by their actions irregard-
less of teachers' preachings and parents' teach-
JUNIOR HIGH STUDENT
First Row, Left to Right-Mrs.
Riley, Mary Anne Rothfuss,
Linda Stein, Ellen Stroup.
Second Row-Linda House-
knecht, Ann Long, Linda Bair.
Third Row - Barbara Poust,
Candie Carlucci, Donna Gort-
ner. Fourth Row-Robert Ed-
wards, Gary Rager, Dennis
Warg. Fifth Row-Kenneth
Fry, Gene Ott, Wayne Brad-
bum, james Parsons.
First Row, Left to Right-Bob Temple, Barbara Elliott, Barbara Book, Kent Hager. Second Row-Sally Cummings, Linda Artley, Sandra Alexan-
der, Ioan Martin, Steve Anderson, Helen Welsh, Barbara Lowe, Nancy Zarr, Barbara Fry, Mr. Berninger, Sally Banzhaf, Judy Ritter, Bonnie
Covert, Paula Winner, Mary Linaberry, Eddie Wert, Lila Lee Hilner, Lin da Maurer, Rae Ann Griggs, Fred Koons, Delores Smith. Third Row-
Tina Tilbury, Jackie Wiser, Susan Brown, Joyce Hessler, Kathy Whalen, lack Patrizio, Janis Somerville, Joanne Poust, Judy Houseknecht, Emma
Malloy, Sandy Schooley. Fourth Row-Wayne Fry, Lois Abbott, Ann Pa trizio, Lynn Phillips, Ann Marie Schoolcy, Nancy Musser, Wayne Sager,
Nancy Corson, Elaine Smith, Linda Wiser. Fifth How-Sylvia Schoch, Pearl Sheridan, Gail Schively, Richard Fry, john McCarthy, Philip
Danely, Dale Schenck, Tom Springman, Ruth Anne Lowe, Betty Girven, Lucella Smith.
The Muncy band was under the leadership
of Mr. Donald Berninger, new to the faculty
this year. This highly active group has been
participating in such activities as playing for
football games, pep rallies, parades, concerts,
and school assemblies. The progress of this
organization is due to their constant hard Work
at rehearsals during the year. Their rehearsals
take place before classes during the winter and
throughout the summer rehearsals are held in
Left to Right-Susan Pfleegor, Linda Bair, Sandra Frick, Connie Bair,
Carolyn Applegate, Nancy Rhone, Candy Carlucci, Mary Ann
BAND DIRECTOR-Mr. Beminger
F. F. A.
First Row, Left to Right-Bob Musser, Don Shultz, Allen Smith, Don Mitcheltree, President, Arlan Swartz, Vice-President, Bob Girvin, Treasurer,
Paul Sheatler, Lane Bitler. Second RowAPaul Winner, Advisor, Earl Laird, Butch Hanford, Harry Frey, Bruce Hall, Joe Rose, Duane Shultz,
F. F. A.
We started this year with a smaller enroll-
ment in Vocational Ag than usual, however, we
have accomplished more larger shop and group
projects. We participated in the Fair and Farm
Show exhibits and gleaned more than the usual
amount of prizes and prize money. In addition,
this year we entered Mummeris Parade with a
shop exhibit and won some prize money. We
will lose only two seniors this year, namely,
Robert Girven and Donald Mitcheltree. Thus
far this year Dorland Hanford has distinguished
himself with total seed sales of over 8100.00
One of the most active organizations in our
school is the Stage Crew. This club, under the
direction of Mr. Dietz, a member of the science
department, consists of 13 hard-working, effi-
cient, and helpful boys who play a large part in
maintaining the high quality of our school
Included in the activities of this group are
the supervision, and installation of all lighting
effects for all stage presentations, the construct-
ing, painting, setting and changing of all scen-
ery, and the operation of the public address
During 1957-58 the Stage Crew successfully
staged and provided lighting for the Senior Class
Play, junior Class Play, the Annual Band Con-
cert, Rotary Minstrel Show, Fashion Show, May
Day, and all assembly programs.
Advisor-Mr. Dietz. Front Row, Left to Right
-Larry Smith, Dick Williamson, Steve Frantz,
Allen Smith. Back Row-Gary Alexander,
Philip Danely, Dave Wenzel, Reggie Gardner,
Bob Musser, Donald Mitcheltree.
First Row, Left to Right-Nancy Zarr, Patricia Adams, Pearl Sheridan, Gail Schively, Ioanne Poust, Ruby McCoy, Mary Stroup, Sandra Feigles.
Second Row-Loretta Reeder, Sandra Sedam, lane Stauller, Thelma Hawk, Jackie Wiser, Delores Smith, Kay Senseman, june Anstadt, Dorothy
McCoy, Joanne McCoy, Emma Malloy, Kay Balliet, Mary Ann Hartman, Nancy Pepper. Third Row-Mary Ann Lorimer, Cloris Covert, Carol
Smith, Sandra Alexander, Elaine Smith, Jean Hall, Ann Patrizio, Sandra Frick, Nancy Snyder, Connie Lee, Lois Abbott, Sylvia Schoch, Connie
Houseknecht, Connie Hall, Donna Anderson. Fourth Row-Joyce Eves, Wilma Rose, Ruth Anne Lowe, Linda Maurer, Evelyn Gardner, Alyce Par-
sons, Barbara Lowe, Ioan Martin, Donna Detrick, Nan Wood, Susan Brown, Ann Gautsch, Marsha Bontomase, Ioyce Schneider, Georgiana Walt-
man, Pat Temple, Sandra Schooley. Fifth Row-Lila Lee Hilner, Sandra Walton, Judy Crawford, Sally Cummings, Connie Bair, Carolyn Applegate,
Kathy Whalen, Janis Somerville, Barbara Book, Judy Carter, Patricia Walton, Sally Banzhaf, Phyllis Crawford, Carol Kepner, Judy Houseknecht,
Joy Eves. Sixth RvwfMary Webster, Doris Craig, Mary Ann Edgeworth, Doris Blair, Nancy Musser, Mary Ann Allen, Phyllis Booth, Rita Pidgeon,
Gloria Weaver, Ann Schooley, Celia Fenstermacher, Dianna Fry, Ianet Edwards, Donna Ulmer, Barbara Elliott, Ioan Mitcheltree.
To the seniors of the Varsity "Mn Club, we
wish to take this opportunity to express our
thanks and appreciation for actively supporting
the athletic activities.
As graduating students continue to promote
a sound understanding of the objectives and
values taught to you by sport participation.
The jackets you have received are a symbol
of good sports and of our club. Wear these
jackets with honor and the knowledge that you
have given as well as received from your school
The Booster Club, one of the more active
clubs in the school, is under the leadership of
Mr. Hughes. Its purpose is to maintain a high
interest in sports activities during the year.
Buses are taken to most of the uawayv basket-
ball games and wrestling matches by this club.
The club members decorated the football field
and streets and advertised the games during
football season. They also sold programs at the
home games. This year the club bought large
posters for schedules of sports and dances.
Officers of the club this year are: President,
Joanne Poust, Vice-President, Anne Patrizio,
Secretary-Treasurer, Cail Schively.
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SENIOR M-CLUB MEMBERS
First Row, Left to Right-Dick Fry, Gary Al-
len, William Sommers, Iames Artley, Thomas
Stutzman, Artie johns. Second Row-Gene
Rishel, Donald Mitcheltree, Walter Prince,
Iames Schneider, Ray Bankes, Kent Rager,
Eldon Reed, George Sauers, Advisor.
First Row, Left to Right-Officers: Joan Martin, Ann Schooley, Susan Brown, Ruth Anne Lowe, Barbara Lowe. Second Row-Loretta Reeder,
Joyce Brittain, Thelma Hawk, Jane Stauffer, Sandra Sedam, Ann Gautsch, Nancy Snyder, Connie Hall, Linda Maurer, Carol Smith, Gloris Covert,
Lois Abbott, Sylvia Schoch. Third Row-Mrs. Vivaqua, Advisor, Jackie Wiser, Mary Ann Lorimer, Connie Lee, Dorothy McCoy, Ann Patrizio,
Evelyn Gardner, Gail Schively, Joyce Eves, Mary Ruth Stroup, Sandra Feigles, Connie Houseknecht. Fourth Row-Sandra Schooley, June Anstadt,
Nan Wood, Nancy Zarr, Georgianna Waltman, Marsha Bontomase, Mary Ann Allen, Carol Kepner, Nancy Musser, Alyce Parsons, Sandra Frick,
Mary Ann Hartman, Nancy Pepper. Fifth How-Mary Webster, Ruby McCoy, Judy Houseknecht, Joanne Poust, Rita Pidgeon, Donna Detrick,
Donna Ulmer, Sally Banzhaf, Lila Lee Hilner, Elaine Smith, Ruth Sellers, Sandra Miller. Sixth How-Jean Hall, Joy Eves, Joan Mitcheltree,
Phyllis Crawford, Judy Carter, Barbara Book, Sally Cummings, Judy Crawford, Sandra Walton, Audrey Little, Kay Senseman. Seventh Rowe
Dianna Fry, Gloria Weaver, Nancy DeWald, Cathy Whalen, Jan Somerville, Connie Bair.
The girls Tri-Hi-Y in Muncy High School
has worked hard to develop and maintain the
high Christian ideals set up in their constitution.
During the past year the girls have sold
candy, and soft drinks at wrestling meets and
"Mn Club ,
The "Mn Club, this year under the guidance
of Mr. George Sauers, has revised its Constitu-
tion and by-laws. Since this revision it will be
increasingly more diflicult to gain membership
and, most important, more honor will go with
the membership of those who qualify.
At Christmas time the girls collected many
gifts for needy families at an impressive Christ-
mas program in the school auditorium.
First Row, Left to Right-Larry Fry, Donald Mitcheltree, Gene Rishel, James Schneider, Gary Allen, James Artley, James Kennedy, Dick Fry.
Second Row-Dale Schenck, Kent Rager, Walter Prince, Eldon Reed, Thomas Stutzman, Ronald Frey, Robert Flayhart. Third Row-George Sauers,
Advisor, Richard Williamson, Kenneth Gardner, Robert Stroup, Allen Smith, Sam Walker, Jack Engle, William Hughes, Kenneth Lee.
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First Row, Left to Right-Brian Kennedy, Ronald Hilner, Bob Houseknecht, Bill Peterman, Bob Edwards, George Hawk, Eugene Green, Wayne
Fry, Steve Frantz. Second Row-Grace Lorimer, Phyllis Hawk, Helen Newman, Donna Ritter, Barbara Poust, Susan Pileegor, Linda Houseknecht,
Wanda Oyster, Mary Detrick, Jean Rothfuss, Patty Kerstetter, Mary Linaberry, Virginia Johnson, Mary Hoffman. Third Row-Mr. Dietz, Joanne
Cipriani, Donna Deppen, Linda Bair, Nancy Miller, Donna Gortner, Nancy Rhone, Paula Winner, Nancy Robbins, Tina Tilbury. Fourth Row-
John McCuaig, Roberta Cook, Louise Jenkins, Joyce McCarty, Carol Fetter, Marion Patrizio, Linda Artley, Pete Carlucci. Fifth Row+Steve An-
derson, Pat Moser, Nancy Corson, Lynn Fromm, Gloria Jackson, Barbara Griggs, Judy Brittain, Bonnie Gardner, Gene Ott. Sixth Row-Kip Muir,
Dave Meserole, Ted Frey, Bill Rothfuss, Wayne Bradburn, Wayne Sager, Ted Engle, Gary Alexander, John Williams, Steve Opp, Gordon Washburn.
This is the second year of the Science Club,
which in its short existence, has been very suc-
cessful. The club advisor is Mr. Dietz. During
their meetings which are held once a month in
the evening, they have lectures on various phases
in the Held of science. The club also publishes
a science paper, the Science Scoop.
This year there are fifty-four library assis-
tants whose duties are varied. Besides stamping
out books, signing pass slips, and filing cards,
they also act as student librarians. They help
other students to find books and reference mate-
rial, use the card catalog, and, in general, to
use the library correctly. They also learn to
replace books on the shelves and to keep the
library in order.
First Row, Left to Right-David Alexander, Georgie Weaver, Stephen Young, Robert Miller, Donald Trimble, Steve Musser, Michael Wood, Stan-
ley Richart, Charles Lauchle, Billy Senseman. Second Row-Mrs. Wool, Peggy Lee, Sylvia Schock, Connie Hill, Linda Stein, Ellen Stroup, Ruth
Ann Leech, Violet Ryder, Lulu Rider, Sherry Keyser, Paula Winner, Elsie Stepp, Jane Staufler, Lois Abbott, Sharon Meserole, Janet Stackhouse.
Third RowfWilma Rose, Helen Puderhaugh, Jean Rothfuss, Nancy Rhone, Delores Smith, Linda Houseknecht, Candy Carlucci, Susan Dildine,
Jane Johnson, Rae Ann Griggs, Aloha Biddle, Donna Anderson, Patricia Kerstetter, Gloris Covert. Fourth Row--Donna Gortner, Nancy Robbins,
Ann Gautsch, Shelby Freeh, Joyce McCarty, Sandra Alexander, Barbara Griggs, Mary Stroup, Georgianna Waltman, Arlene Yagel, Linda Moser,
Bonnie Gardner, Lynn Fromm, Linda Maurer, Gail Schively, Louise Jenkins. Fifth Row-Donna Ulmer, Anne Patrizio, Evelyn Gardner, Mary
Webster, Carol Kepner, Marcia Rothfuss, Sally Banzhaf, Barbara Cook, Philip Danley, Larry Magargle, Fred Heilman. Indv Carter. Gloria lacksnn.
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First Row, Standing, Left to Right-Ruth Ann Lowe, Janis Somerville, Mrs. Vivacqua, Connie Bair, Susan Brown. Second Row-Gloris Covert,
Mary Ann Lorimer, Carol Smith, Sandra Alexander, Elaine Smith, Jean Hall, Ann Patrizio, Sandra Frick, Nancy Snyder, Connie Lee, Lois Abbott,
Sylvia Schoch. Third Row-Patricia Adams, Gail Schively, Linda Maurer, Alyce Parsons, Barbara Lowe, Ioan Martin, Donna Dietrick, Nan Wood,
Joanne Poust, Ann Gautsch, Marsha Bontamase, Georgianne Waltman. Fourth Row-Lila Lee Hilner, Sandra Waltman, Judy Crawford, Sally
Cummings, Carolyn Applegate, Kathleen Whalen, Barbara Book, Judy Carter, Patricia Walton, Sally Banzhaf, Phyllis Crawford, Carol Kepner, Judy
Girls, Athletic Association
Girls' Athletic Association KG. A. AJ has
been organized for the purpose of the girls in-
terested in playing intramural sports and ref-
In order to become a member of the club,
one must have 100 points and must keep the
100 points in order to remain in good standing.
To receive the designated number of points for
each team sport the player must participate in
901 of the scheduled games.
A member who acquires 500 points by the
end of her senior year will be awarded a blazer.
Under the leadership of its advisor, Mrs.
Vivacqua, the G. A. A. has proven to be suc-
cessful this year.
This is a universal type club with member-
ship in almost every school, the intent and pur-
pose of which, is to study and promote the best
interests of Sportsmen and Conservation of Wild
Life and Natural Resources. This club offers
many opportunities, if fully exploited, such as
Conservation contests, field days, participation
in rifle, pistol shoots, camping and picnicing
activities. The membership is usually quite
large and the club tries annually to help the
game commission in a nearby fishing-stocking
First Row, Left to Right-Paul Winner, Ad-
visor, Susan Brown, June Anstadt, Joan Mar-
tin, Alyce Parsons, Nancy Musser, Ann Schoo-
ley, Janis Somerville, Phyllis Crawford, Mary
Webster, Joanne Poust, Juanita Fry, Sandra
Schooley, Paula Winner. Second Row-
Richard Williamson, Leon App, Mary Ann
Hartman, Nancy Rhone, Sherry Keyser,
Emma Malloy, Connie Hill, Grace Lorimer,
Brian Kennedy, Clyde Biddle. Third Row-
Steve Anderson, Bob Musser, Tom Edwards,
D avid Messerole, Philip Robbins, Dave
Hughes, Malcolm Muir. Fourth Row-Bob
Flayhart, Bob Stroup, James Artley, Ken
Gardener, Dick Akers, Charles Scott, George
White, Sam Walker, Don Puderbaugh, Har-
old Lauchle, Jim Mathers.
First Row, Left to Right-Eddie Fogelman, Dave Wenzel, Arlen Sllrll't7 Allen Smith Donald Mltcheltree Dale Schtnck Tom StutLm1n
Svcond Row-'Harry Fry, Lane Bitler, Bruce Hall, Don Shultz, Bob Gervm Ixck Patrwio james Ke-nnodv Paul Shtatler Cary Btnnttt In
Rose, AdvisorfMr. Paul Winner. StandingfClyde Houscknccht, Phillip Danley
The Projectionists Club was Hrst organized in
1954. Its purpose is to provide faculty and stu-
dent body with operation of projectors of various
kinds for classroom and chapel activities. The
members of this club are trained in the operation
of three makes of 16mm sound projectors as well
as slide Hlm projectors and the opaque projector.
They are licensed through the Pennsylvania Asso-
ciation of Student Projectionists. Projectionists
usually begin their training in the 8th or 9th grade.
An additional purpose and privilege of this club,
although not fully exploited, is the activation of a
camera club branch.
SENIOR HIGH CHORUS
First Row, Left to Right-Lois Abbott, jackie Wiser, Emma Malloy, Nancy Snyder, Nancy Zarr, Elaine Smith, Linda Maurer, Ioyce Brittain, Kay
Ilouseknecht, Kay Balliet. Second Row-Marsha Bontomase, Sandy Schooley, Alyce Parsons, Pearl Sheridan, Nan Wood, Doris Blair, Lila Lee
Hilner, Sandra Frick, Ann Gautsch, Gail Schively, Pat Temple, Sandra Alexander, Georgianna Waltman. Third How-Ioanne Poust, Connie Bair,
Sandra Waltman, Rita Pidgeon, Sally Cummings, Kathy Whalen, Barbara Book, Ann Schooley, Sally Banzhaf, Nancy Musser, Janet Edwards, Indy
Houseknecht, Barbara Lowe, Mary Ann Edgeworth. Fourth Row-Dick Williamson, Dave Frey, Bob Flayhart, john McCarthy, Douglas Shoemaker,
jack Engle, Kent Rager, Phil Danley, George Van Dine, Willie Chase, Eldon Reed, Jack Patrizio, Terry Schwenk, Dale Schenck, Leon App.
unior High Chorus
The Iunior High Chorus held its Hrst re-
hearsal in October this year. The chorus con-
sists of fifty-five boys and girls chosen from
seventh, eighth, and ninth grades. Under the
direction of Mrs. jean Delsite, the group met
once a week for rehearsals, and worked very
diligently on two and three part music. Their
yearis work was climaxed by their appearance
in the Annual Spring Concert on the evening
of April 11.
Senior High Chorus
The Senior High Chorus, under the direction
of Mrs. lean Delsite, participates in the Christ-
mas Concert and the annual Spring Concert,
which was presented April 11. This vocal group
also makes trips to nearby communities to
present programs for school assemblies. The
fifty members of the chorus are chosen from
the sophomore, junior, and senior classes.
IUNIOR GLEE CLUB
First Row, Left to Right-Mrs. Dr-lsite, Advisor, Susan Lyons, Sheron Meserole, Margaret Fry, Linda Stein, Carol Hoffman, Linda Wiser, Ellen
Struup, Crace Holzworth, Cheryl Sheridan, Janet Stockhollse, Grace Lorimer, Judy Hitler. Seeonll Row-Rae Ann Griggs, Linda Bair, Nancy Rhone,
Nancy Robbins, Leslie Brown, Millicent Barger, Carol Fetter, Sharon Keyser, Susan Dildine, Barbara Stroup, Ann Long. Third Row-Connie Hill,
Connie Fry, Louise jenkins, Bernadine Spcary, Lynn Fromm, Roberta Frey, Nancy Corson, Helen Welch, Nancy Wenzel, Wanda Oyster, Roberta
Cook, Linda Artley, Paula Winner, Austina Tilbury. Fourth How-Stephen Young, Eddie llill, james Blair, Wayne Frey, Fred Koons, Gary Hager,
Fred Heilman, Wayne Sager, Wayne Bradbum, John Myers, James Musser, Cary Speary, Ronald Stackhouse, Alfred Poff, Robert Houseknecht,
Girls' Ensemble Director
This relatively newly organized musical or-
ganization in school has added much to Muncyls
The twelve girls presented several numbers
at the Spring Concert, chapel programs and at
several other musical affairs at school.
Miss Nancy Snyder is the accompanist at the
piano. Mrs. Jean Delsite is the director.
Mrs. jean Delsite has been very active dur-
ing the past year as she directed the Girls' En-
semble, both the Junior and Senior High Chorus
and, in addition, planned and helped direct the
May Day Festivities.
Left to Right-Barbara Book, Ann
Marie Schooley, Connie Bair,
Nancy Musscr, Mary Ann Edge-
worth, Sandra Frick, Lila Lee
Hilncr, Ann Gautsch, Linda Maur-
er, Sandra Alexander, Nancy Sny-
der, Lois Abbott.
M ay Queen and
Flaming Foliage Queen - NANCY MUSSER
Miss Nancy Musser reigned as Queen of the May at the
annual May Day exercises. This impressive program was again
held on the spacious and beautiful lawn in front of the high
school building. Nancy's court attendants were members of
the Senior Class.
Miss Musser was also a representative at the Flaming
Foliage Festival held in Renovo. Nancyys escort at this affair
was Eldon Reed. Mr. Reed was also Miss Musser's escort for
the May Day activities. While at Renovo these representatives
and their escorts were guests of honor at a banquet and dance
and took part in the other activities which preceded the crown-
ing of a Queen.
PHDCCQS Lynn Fromm
bln Tilbury, Alycc Parsons,
Ann Schooley, Nancy Mussc-r, Quccng Linda
Boak, Mary Ann Edgeworth, Doris Blair.
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Paul Gresh, j. v. coach.
DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS
WRESTLING-George Sauers, assistant coachg
Wallace Maurer, head coach.
GIRLS' PHYSICAL EDUCATION
Kneeling, Left to RightfDoris Blair,
Alycc Parsons. Standing-Georgianna
YValtman, Marsha Bontomase, Connie
These five cheerleaders contributed much
toward the many victories won by Muncy ath-
letes during the school year. These girls were
faithful to their teams throughout the sports
seasons by leading the students and Muncy
fans with cheers both at home and away. They
arranged for weekly pep rallies during the foot-
ball season and had a special rally before the
Montgomery game complete with bonfire and
snake dance. During the winter sports season
they divided their time and talents between
basketball games and wrestling meets.
Two girls, Doris Blair and Alyce Parsons,
both seniors, will graduate this year. Doris has
six years service-both junior high and senior
high-and Alyce has two years with the senior
high group. Both girls will receive "Mn jackets
for their work.
Mrs. Vivacqua, girls' physical education
teacher, has acted as their advisor and coach
during the past year.
SENIOR CHEERLEADER CAPTAINS
Left to RightADoris Blair, Alyce Parsons.
Muncy's football team posted a six-three record
for the season. The wins were decisive and the losses
respectable. The Indians scored 194 points to 87 for
their opponents, gained 1786 yards from scrimmage
to 1431, completed 35 passes for 711 yards against
24 for 343 yards.
For the Hrst time in years the football squad
attended a training camp. Thirty boys and the three
coaches attended Camp Nik-o-malls, near Harlton,
for one week in August. Work and fun helped mold
a strong team for the ensuing season. The highlight
of the season was perhaps the Mill Hall game in
which the Indians broke the Shippers, two-year win-
ning streak and, of course, the Montgomery game in
which Muncy has won for the sixth straight season.
Three games were broadcast, one from Lock Haven
and two from Williamsport. Eldon Reed broke the
scoring mark for an end in one season at Muncy by
catching seven touchdown passes and two bonus
points. Gary Allen was high scorer with 48 points.
Twelve seniors on the squad will graduate-eight
regulars- leaving three juniors, Engle, VValker, and
Rhone as a nucleus for next yearis team.
First Row, Left to Right-Gary Alexander, Football
Manager, Iames Kennedy, Gary Allen, Eldon Reed,
Tom Stutzman, Ronald Wertman, Iames Schneider,
Ray Bankes, Marty Houseknecht, Manager. Second
Row-James Artley, Steve Boak, Larry Gruver, Bob
Stroup, lack Engle, Sam Walker, Dick Rhone, Artie
Iohns. Third Row-Gordon Washburn, Kenneth Gard-
ner, Bill Sommers, Don Mitcheltree, Bobby Flayhart,
Wayne Bradburn, Bill Hughes. Fourth RowATed
Engle, Don Puderbaugh, Lee Anderson, David Meso-
role, Ronald Houseneck, Leon App, Steve Opp, Robert
Musser. Fifth RowAGeorge White, Dave Fry, Eddie
Green, Mr. George Sauers, Assistant Coach, Mr.
Schuyler, Coach, Mr. Paul Gresh, Assistant Coach,
Joe Cipriani, Gene Ott, Reno Hill, Charles Scott.
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Muncy . .....,.. 20 'Bald Eagle Nittany Area 7
Muncy , .,.. 20 'Montgomery .. , 13
Muncy ,, .. 9 'Mifllinburg H19
Muncy .. 6 'South Williamsport , .. 7
Muncy .....,.... 34 Canton . . ..... ..,,, , 7
Muncy ......... 28 'Hughesville . , 7
Muncy ..,,., 25 'Warrior Run ,.., ., 7
Muncy. ,,...... 13 'Montoursville . H26
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gym featured many close games. Five contests
were lost by a single field goal and the Indians,
7-14 record could have read 12-7 with the help
of a friendly basket rim.
Popular favorites were the identical twins,
Dick and Larry Fry, who lacked only height in
their outstanding play. K'Boov Reed proved to
be the floor leader and a high scorer, and Ray
Bankes turned in some good box score efforts.
Anderson and Engle divided the starting assign-
ments as fifth man and Mitcheltree and Bishel
were steady reserves.
Back next season to initiate Muncy's hand-
some new gymnasium are Lee Anderson, Iack
Engle, Kenny Gardner, Rodger Breidinger,
Chuck Scott, Bob Flayhart, Dave Fry and a
host of promising sophomores. Next yearis
sophomore prospects from the successful V.
team are Scott, Opp, Bradburn, Houseknecht,
Messerole and Ted Engle. Muncy's new V.
Coach-George Houseknecht. Left to Right-Gene msnei, noger
Breidinger, Donald Mitcheltree, Eldon Reed, Iack Engle, Lee
Anderson, Dick Fry, Larry Fry.
coach this year has been Paul Gresh and George
Houseknecht has again led the varsity. Muncy's
basketball fortunes should improve as a taller
team will begin play on the spacious floor of a
new gymnasium next season.
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Danville ,..,,.... .... H58 Muncy .,.... ,. ..,.,...46
Northumberland .,..., .. .. 37 Muncy .......,. ..,.. . ,. 38
Danville ...,. ..,.. . ............ 7 2 Muncy . ,. .,.. 56
Northumberland .,...,. .... 5 5 Muncy ...... . . . 49
Montoursville .. . ...... 61 Muncy .,.....,. . 59
Hughesville .. ,......,..,,.. .. 46 Muncy ..... 49
Mifllinburg ...., ., .. ...., ...53 Muncya. 1,36
South Williamsport ,....... 62 Muncy ....,..,. .,.... . . 69
Warrior Run ,...,,..,......... 70 Muncy ...,.,... . .. ..,. 51
Montgomery ,..,........... ,... 6 1 Muncy .....,.,. . ..,..,. 42
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Montoursville .,.....,....,..... 56 Muncy .,....,.. ..,.. 5 2
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The Muncy Indians continued to field an
unusually strong and successful wrestling team
despite having only four regulars from last year's
District 4, P. I. A. A. Championship team.
In assuming his new coaching duties, Mr.
Maurer spoke of "anxious anticipation, fond
aspirations, and cautious optimismv and the
need for Hunquenchable spirit, hard work, and
personal sacrificef, To those who were close to
wrestling this season, their reminiscences mark
the accuracy of Coach Maureris pre-season
With a handful of experienced veterans and
a strong aggregation of eager replacements, var-
sity and junior varsity teams were formed under
Coach Maurer and Coach Sauers, respectively.
Both teams met with grand success.
Looking back at the calibre of the opposition,
the scores, the spirit and sportsmanship of our
teams, we are sure that the best traditions of
"Dear Old Muncyi' have been met and fulfilled.
Likewise, great personal gain will accrue to those
boys who have been privileged to work, train,
and sacrifice for the battles of this past season
as they journey on in the greater battle of Life.
First Row, Left to Right-Richard Akers, Joseph Cipriana, William
Hughes, Robert Stroup, Allen Smith, Ronald Frey, Richard Wil-
liamson, Richard Hill, Malcom Muir. Second Row-Robert Stanf-
fer, Mr. Wallace Maurer, Max Bieber, Brian Kennedy, Dale
Schenck, Cary Allen, james Schneider, David Wenzel, Sam
Walker, Shemi Lupold, Kenny Lee, Mr. George Sauers, Ralph
Buck. Third Row-Dick Johnson, John Myers, Terry Schwenk,
George White, Steve Anderson, Gerry Johns.
12 Wins, 4 Losses-.750
Muncy .,..,...................,. 32 Ralpho Twp. ...,. . .,.. 11
31 Kingston .
Muncy ,..,.,.. 34 Coal Twp. ...... ...... 1 1
Muncy ........ ll Lock Haven ...,... ...... 3 4
'Muncy ........ 33 Montoursville .. ll
'Muncy ........ ........ 4 5 Montgomery ,.,..... ..,.,. 8
Muncy ..,..... 20 Williamsport ...,........, . .. 18
'Muncy ,..,.... 3 Bald Eagle Nittany ....,.,. 40
Muncy .,..,.. 18 Shamokin .,,.......... . 31
'Muncy ........ 22 Hughesville ..,.... . ..,.... .. 18
'Muncy ........ 39 South Williamsport . , 9
'Muncy ,, .... 23 Mifllinburg .,...,.. ,...... . .. 24
'Muncy ........ 40 Warrior Run .,,. 8
Muncy ..,..,.. 27 Mt. Carmel .,.... ,. I6
Muncy ........,...,..,.....,.... 30 Sunbury ......., . ...,.. 15
Muncy . ,,................,..... 25 Montgomery ...,,.. .......... 2 0
" Indicates West Branch Conference Meets.
Participated in the State College Invitational Wres-
tling Tournament as the only "small town" school.
Placed second to Shamokin in the District 4, P. I.
A. A. Championship Tournament.
Victory in thc semi-finals. Gary Allen and Coach Maurer at State College. zz
JUNIOR VARSITY WRESTLING
3 Wins, 2 Losses-.600
. . 7 Sugar Valley Varsity
35 Montgomery .lay-Vee
41 Danville .lay-Vee ,
I4 Shaniokin ,lay-Vee .
INDIVIDUAL DISTI NCTION
GARY ALLEN-Placed second at the State College In-
vitational Tourney. North-cast P. I. A. A. Regional
Champion 154 pound class. Current 1958 P. I. A. A.
State runner-up at 154. WVon 27 matches, lost 2
up to Regional Level competition.
ALLEN SMITH-Placecl second at the State College
Invitational Tourney. North-east P. I. A. A.
Regional Runner-Up for seconcl consecutive year.
Won I9 matches, lost 3 up to Regional Level coin-
BILL HUGHES-Placed fourth at the State College In-
vitational Tourney. P. I. A. A. District 4 Runner-
Up for the second consecutive year.
DICK WILLIAMSON-Placed fourth at the State Col-
lege Invitational Tourney.
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The show must go on.
Our Philadelphia Friend.
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WIRE ROPE DIVISION
It is a strong and confident man that gets ahead and working
gives one greater confidence than to have money in the bank.
CITIZENIS NATIONAL BANK
Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
Deposits Insured Up to 810,000
AUTO HAR L D L KELLER GENERAL LIABILITY
FIRE 0 ' ACCIDENT AND
PoLI0 Insufance BURGLARY AND
Heritage Securities ROBBERY
Phone 6-3229 207 Sherman St., Muncy, Pa.
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The Best of Luck
STEIN'S SALES 81 SERVICE
MUNCY DRY GOODS CO.
Phone 6-3146 MUNCY, PA.
GILBERT BRO .
MUNCY 31 YEARS OF MONTOURSVILLE
Dial 6-3220 DEPENDABLE SERVICE Dial 8-8677
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HAI-LS STATION HUGHESVILLE, PA.
R. D. 722 Phone 6-3930
THE GRANGE NATIONAL BANK
C0mP'ime"tS0f MUNCY MOTOR Co.
BOB FREY'S BUICK SALES
MUNCY, PA. P-hone 6-3940 MUNCY, PA
WILLIAM J. EDGEWORTH
ROLLIN S. SHERIDAN CLYDE A. KEPNER
Life, Group, Sick, and Accident
Phone 6-3860 MUNCY, PA.
Compliments of HARTER'S DRUG STORE
E. B. IVICCUAIC, Prop.
MUNCY PASTRY SHOP
9 S. Main sf. MUNCY, PA.
IT'S SMART TO BE THRIFTY
SAVE YOUR MONEY WITH SYSTEM AND SAFETY
The Muncy Banking 'Company
Member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
LAD 81 LASSIE SHOP
TEEN DRESSES AND SHOES
BOYS, SHIRTS AND PANTS
8 N. Main St.
Phone 6-5460 MUNCY, PA.
Compliments of Compliments of
MEN'S, WOMEN'S and
SHOES and RUBBER FOOTWEAR
Phone 6-3510 MUNCY, PA
MUN CY LIME PRODUCTS
Ground Burned Lime
Phone 6-3005 Plant and Kilns at CHIPPEWA
GRANGE NEWS AGENCY Self-Service Grocery
PAUL, ARWOOD, AND BILL ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES
MUNCY, PA. Phone 6-9313 CLARKSTOWN, PA
Say I t With Flowers
LARGEST GROWERS OF FLOWERS
IN LYCOMING COUNTY
MUNCY PENN A.
SPORTS EQUIPMENT THAT'S A SURE HIT
WITH EVERY SPORTSMAN
COMPETITIVE SPORTS - CONGENIAL COMPANIONSHIP
These are the things that keep a mall in tip-top shape to
enjoy his work in this busy world.
Our pleasant share in your outdoor life and play is to provide
everything you need. We are ready to help you select the
right equipment or clothing from our stock.
LOCK HAVEN STORE
MYERS AUTO PARTS MURRAY MUTOR CO'
and FORD AND MERCURY
Phone 6-5336 MUNCY, PA.
101 N. Main sm. MUNCY, PA
Best Wishes to Class of 1953
Portraits That Live
Phone 1415 odd Fellows Building, MILTON, PA.
A.B. and B.S. Degrees
LIBERAL ARTS - PRE-PROFESSIONAL -
ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION
FIVE YEAR COURSES IN FORESTRY AND ENGINEERING
DIRECTOR OF ADMISSIONS-Phone 3-9411
Founded 1812 LYCOMING COLLEGE, WILLIAMSPORT
OLD FORT NURSERY
Beautifiers of AMOCO SERVICE
HEATING AND DIESEL OILS
Phone 6-5305 MUNCY, PA. MUNCY, PA
RING'S AUTO WRECKING
Phone 3271 TURBOTVILLE, PA.
L. C. BALL TOURS
"Complete Travel Servicel'
Phone 3-22621 WILLIAMSPORT, PA.
Compliments of Compliments of
11 W' Fourth St' Where Williamsport and Vicinity
Phone Williamsport 2-4201
47 W. 4th St.
CARL L. STOVER
Rugs 1 Furniture 1 Bedding
Franchised Dealer for Pennsylvania House
Cherry and Maple
Compliments of Established 1896 Phone 2-4629
VARSITY SHOP XQgRYTH'Nc
CLOTHING for Young Men
Phone 3-6929 fgiqyclhv
358 Mamet St' WILLIAMSPORT' PA' 230 Pine street w1L1AMsPoR'r, PA.
Compliments of Compliments of
Romig Sunoco Service
Tires, Batteries, Rerreeding THE
Phone 6-3861 JUNIOR CLASS
No. Mein st. MUNCY, PA.
Free Piek-up and Delivery Service MUNCY HIGH SCHUUL
STERN BROS. CLOTHING INC.
Fashions' for Young Men
STERNCRAFT CLOTHES-VAN HEUSEN SHIRTS
MIKE'S ' SERVICE
PICKUP AND DELIVERY SERVICE
Phone 6-5393 9 ' MUNCY, PA.
The Young Machinery Company
Chemical Processing Equipment
37 N. Main St.
e 6-3960 MUNCY, PENNA.
J. s. RUDNITZKI, INC. C0mP1imenfS0f
DIAMONDS-JEWELRY BUCK'S STORE
123 West Fourth St.
PAINT AND HARDWARE
SMITI'I'S TRUCK LINES
WALLIS FUNERAL HOME
H. E. WALLIS
121 S Main St t
L. J. EAKER'S GARAGE
RAMBLER MOTOR CAR
6 5126 MUNCY PA
MUNCY FABRICS INC.
Phone 3-9 762
HENRY H. WEINHARDT
Residential - Commercial - Industrial
1218 Memorial Ave.
Atlantic Service Station
BOTANY 500 CLOTHES
109 N. Main St. MUNCY, PA. ARROW SHIRTS
FORT BRADY HOTEL
BOYD H. KLIN E
EMORY L. MILLER 81 SON
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Lois Harris Beauty Salon Compliments of
Phone 6-3087 THE RITZ THEATRE
435 Main St. MUNCY, PA. Phone 6-3740 MUNCY, PA.
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