Muncy High School - Canusarago Yearbook (Muncy, PA)
- Class of 1959
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Text from Pages 1 - 100 of the 1959 volume:
PUBLISHED BY THE SENIOR CLASS
MUNCY HIGH SCHOGL
PRQCRESQ rs the xx ord that has become the ltex to manx doors opened
to all rn recent xe rrs opened doors xx lrrelr represent eonx enrenees and
luxurres mrnx of xx hrelr are noxx tlrouolrt of rs neeessrtres and xxhreh
r lexx xerrs aoo xxere erlled rderlrstre drerms aes people xx ho xoreed
the possrbrlrtx ol suelr serentrfre xx onders as telexrsron and Space trax el
are noxx blessed lor therr foresrolrt tlrouvh once rrdrculed for therr
rdealrstre dreams Thrs xxould eertarnlx be fr xerx drab and drearx
xx orld xxrthout people xx ho lr rxe the loresrvht to dream
The ltexnote to prooress rs serenee Screnee can be thanked
drrectlx or rndrreetlx lor mrnx rdx rneements rneludrnv Canned foods
xxhreh saxe housexxrx es lrours ol torl eommunreatron dex rees to ard
the raprd exelr rnoes ot tlrouvlrts md rde rs sputnrlxs to lxeep us dream
rno of further adx aneements and ex en Lestorl xxhreh remox es almost
Such prooress rs mrde possrble onlx throuoh teachers xxho can
Grasp the need lor prooress rnd xx ho ern use our lrrstorx md herrtwe
ol xxhreh xxe ue dulx proud rn order to mrlte our future brrvhter
teachers xx ho endoxx therr students xxrtlr rn rnereasrnv desrre lor lxnoxxl
Such a teaeher rs AIR CEORC F DIETZ r Graduate ol Blooms
burv State Terelrers Qolleve xxho durrnv hrs tour and one half xears
xxrth the Murrex Hroh Selrool has xx orlted xxrth and lor us the students
To Mr Dretz and all the rrren rnd xx omen ol the Xlunex Sehools
xx ho hax e dex oted most ol tlrerr lrx es to meetrnv and Prooressrno bex ond
the demands ol better edueatron, xxe, the elass ot 1939 vratefullx
dedrcate our yearbook
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With this 17th publication of the CANUSARACO, it is the hope of the
entire staff that we have presented a true and lasting picture of our high
school days at Muncy.
With the thought in mind that this publication would be a history
of our days at Muncy High, we chose for the theme of our annual "Ancient
Civilizations", for it is through the efforts of our ancient predecessors that
education and learning have advanced to the high standards which we
We have endeavored to present the material not only in a manner
which is different as well as interesting but also in a way which will give
us the most enjoyment and satisfaction as we, in future years, attempt to
recall those moments which should be remembered.
We would like to express our most sincere appreciation to the following
persons who have assisted us in producing this book: Mr. George Dietz,
our advisor, the faculty and administration, without whose help and co-
operation this publication would not have been possible, Mr. Barnard
Taylor of Grit Publishing Company for assistance in planning and com-
pleting the book, Mr. james Minnich for superb photography work, Mr.
Stanley Schuyler for the use of the typing roomg Mr. Gibbons Edenharter
for his time and patience, and to the many other people who contributed
in some way to the success of this publication.
We feel that your satisfaction with this volume is our reward, and
with this in mind the staff presents to you the 1959 CANUSARACO.
RICHARD S. RHONE, Editor
Teachers should he held in the highest honor.
They are allies of legislatorsg they aid in regu-
lating the atmosphere, whose incessant action
and pressure cause the life-blood to circulate,
and to return pure and healthful to the heart
of the nation.
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Seated Left to Rxght Harm Stern Howard C Opp Paul K VVmner Cnon memberj Stundmg H T Young
-Xlfred Jaekson Cllfford VS entzler Harold Cummmgs Stevx art Reed Absent Nlrchwel Aldxsh Charles Phleegor
Nlalcolm Mun' Cllfton Fry
HOWARD C OPP Preswlent
flARRY STEIN Y zce Preszdent
PAUL K WINNER Cnon member , Secretrmf
HAROLD CUNIBIINGS Treasurer
ALFRED ACKSON Solzcnor
The Muncx omt School Board IS composed of ten
C1Xll13I'1S who malse up the POl1C1CS for the school The
omt School Board rs druded mto mo seetxons, the Muncx
Tovxnshrp School Board and the MunCvMuncy Creelt
The chlef admmrstrator of the schools IS the Supervlsmg
Prmcrpal Mr L C Wrllramson The School Board Secre
tarx and School Busmess Manager Mr Wrnner IS respon
sxble to the Superxrsmg Prmcrpal as well as to the School
The School Board as a xx hole 1s present at the readme
of the mmutes the mtroducmv of hrlls the planmnv of the
budvets, and the ll1I'll'1U or hrmv of 1 l7fOfC5S1OI121l But the
Board as one umt cannot Une lts full attentron to ex erx IDCI
dent that comes before II therefore It rs dlxlded mto Groups
or commlttees of three members each These commrttees
declde on separate xssues outsrde the ofllcral Board Meetmg
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ESTHER H. Pousr JEAN K. XKHNNER
Administrative Assistant School Secretary
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X x GEORGE R. DIETZ
The natural sciences, as they are taught in the
Muncy junior and Senior l'ligh School, include a
number of courses which are classified as Science
The mathematics field offers courses in general
math, algebra, geometry, and trigonometry. The
science field offers courses in general science,
biology, chemistry, and physics.
The objectives of instructing courses in the
natural sciences along with the other courses serving
to further the aims of education are many. Today
a satisfactory life adjustment requires a mathema-
tical and scientihc foundation rather than mere
opinion, superstition, or prejudice. This adjust-
ment can be approached best by providing a good
background of functional information and under-
standing through actual inductive investigations by
The development of functional understanding
and behaviors, rather than the acquisition of mem-
orized knowledgc, is the goal of the departments.
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BRUCE E. MILLER fgzbusg PAUL F. CRESII
Scicmv mul Mullzematies ' Mathematics
.-Xml to thinlg ir all equals zero! Lobster tail anyone?
EVELYN XV. YEAC LE
Office Practice mul Shorthand
Vvhile other struggling students may claim that
the life of a commercial student is an easy one. lit-
tle do they know of the trouble and woe hidden in
the study of business. Xvllllf of the books that do
not balance or the oflice machines that refuse to
operate? Chlr. Schuyler demonstrates his mechan-
ical abilities as he expertly tapes together another
typewriterl. The life of a business student is no
Only through a knowledge of the economic
system can one understand the other aspects of his
society. Indeed it would be a sad situation had we
no elheient businessmen or pretty secretaries to
keep our fast-moying economic world running
smoothly and to explain to us its complex organizaf
STANLEY T. SCHUYLER
Business Law and Typing
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I don't care if it is shorthand, I've ot writer's cram
"The quick brown fox . . ."
XVhat! Mc dangle a participle? It may be Spanish, but it's Greek tu me.
The Language Department is composed of two
sections-English and Modern Languages. In the
English Department, the students vocabulary is in-
creased each vear, basic rules are reviewed, new
vvorlt is introduced, and literature of the various
nations is presented in stages. Through class dis-
cussions, compositions, speeches, and dramatic ac-
tivities, the student improves his oral and written
The Modern Language Department offers a
student a second and even a third language, name-
lv Spanish and French. It is the aim of this de-
partment to help the student attain a reasonable
degree of Huencv in speaking the language and a
reasonable facility in understanding the language,
reading the language, and writing the language.
R VIOLET RILEY NED E. MILLER
x- English English
THOMAS E. 0'BOYLE
Spanish and French
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,L , V HEALTH EDUCATIO
Girls' Health and Physical Education
Bays' Heultlz mid Physical Etliactitioii
, The complex society of our present generation has
L broqghli about many modern problems. These problems
, ' vyill continue to manifest themselves and grow in society.
x it D We must prepare our youth to meet these problems bv
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' the presentation of a program geared to assure total Ht-
ness. Total fitness may be defined .is a state of complete
physical, mental, social, and emotional adjustment, not
merely the absence of disease or inlirmity. :Xn individual
should operate at a maximum level of achievement, with-
in the bounds of our society, and should be able to with-
stand the stresses and strains of life.
The llealth and lliysical Education Departments are
constantly aware of individual. community, and national
needs. Differences in these needs call for a varied pro-
gram to educate, with soundelife principles, our youth for
life in our democracy. XVe blend your needs and our
program into this total Fitness-development trend by con-
LILA L. CRAXVILY MIRIARI NIcCARTY
School Nurse Dental Hygienist
The "Varsity Six?" Looks more like the
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"Terrible Ten." "Say, Leon, those must be real good pictures. Rlove over."
If I may interrupt?
XVALI..XCE NI. MAURER
U'orlt1 History and Problems of
The Social Studies are courses which help us
to solve the problems created bv our changing pat-
terns of living.
History helps us to understand the rise, progress,
and decline of the human race bv unfolding the
past and explaining continuing effects upon current
Ceographv survevs the phvsical characteristics
of the world in which we live and relates human
activities and relations to geographical factors.
Civics helps us to comprehend the need for
group action in our families, schools, community,
and government. It also deals with the individuals
role within groups and acquaints us with the social
Problems of Democracv confronts us with pres-
entfdav problems of our school, state, nation, and
world. and launches us into the inquirv and plan-
ning which must underlie sound democratic action.
These subjects-initiallv a quick overview, sub-
sequently a more thorough studv-constitute our
schools program of Citizenship Education. The
social studies seek to broaden our sense of social
responsibility and enhance our civic efhciency.
ROBERT S. HUGHES GEORGE B. IIOUSEKNECIIT JOHN T. 110512
American History and Civics junior High History Geography
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Art and music provide a language that is under-
stood universally. They are fundamental natural
activities of every child and should correlate with
and strengthen other subject fields. They should
never be thought of or dealt with as separate activi-
ties, but as an integral part of all learning.
Art and music experiences promote self realizaf
tion of the whole individual hy integrating his
imaginative, creative. intellectual and emotional ca-
pacitiesg and these experiences encourage freedom
of expression. They adord a foundation for voca-
tional training for all students whose interest and
aptitude may warrant their preparation for a pro-
fessional career in some phase of art or music.
The courses recognize the need for a relationf
ship between the school and the democratic so-
ciety. They provide a vital part of every area of
living, whether it be in the rural community or
in the industrial metropolis.
Our school curriculum includes art and music
in grades seven through nine. In tenth grade these
courses are elective.
Now there is 1 m in who enjovs his work. No wonder.
DONALD C, BERNINGER
lnsrrinnental Music Supervisor
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Vocal Music Supervisor
OH-II-II-II-h-h, doesn't that Beethoven send you?
BESSIE M. LONG W REN MAURER EARL POUST
Home Economics ustria Arts
Now girls, just make yourselves to home. I think I'll ser a spell.
Vocational arts at lVluncy High School include
homemaking, industrial arts, and agriculture.
lluman progress has been a history of man's
overcoming the .practical problems of life. Historia
cal periods bear the names of the materials from
which man fashioned his tools and utensils, or from
the means of power used-Stone Age, Bronze Age,
Iron Age, Electrical Ave Atomic Ave and now, the
Through the vocational arts, knowledge and
experiences are gained in thc use of materials, in
the use of methods, and in the use of products of
the farm, factory, and the home. Here students
can mature in the traits that make them "human"
-they can learn to make judgments, to build and
create, to use leisure time wisely, and to fill life
with abundance and beauty. '
Yes indeedy, how are your new weed killers?
Now this little thingamujig beside the whatshumacallit--
JOAN G. wmrrs
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IAMES T. FENTON
This is a fuel pump???
The special departments at Muncy High School in-
clude special education, driver education, junior high
reading and spelling, and library science.
The special education course is constructed to allow
the individual student to advance at a rate which is nor-
mal to him.
Driver education teaches the student the importance
of the automobile in todays mechanized society as well
as safe driving techniques.
The reading and spelling courses are designed to aid
students who wish to become more prohcient along these
ln the library the student learns correct methods of
locating reference material and proper selection of liter-
These departments are designed to supplement the
normal courses of study and to broaden the student's
TED B. XVHITENIGHT GIBBONS EDENHARTER
Special Education Librarian
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. Dwn't Sneezef 6, The murning ufzer. 9. Bathing Beauries?????
. Klan, what a party! 7. Relax, it's 7UP and Cider. IO. The Last Angry Man
. Norton Day.
There is no law of progress.
is in our own hands, to make or to mar.
It will he an uphill fight to the end, and
would we have it otherwise?
SENIOR CLASS ADVISOR
MR CEORCE DIETZ
Chrldren need models more than thex need crmcs
VVhen the class of 1959 arrrxed at Muncv
111011 under the fearful exe of mother and the
xxatchful exe of teacher, .1 group of small 1nd1x lduals
became part of a large orfftnlzatron, the class Yet
as the class was to dex elop rn order to perform 1ts
functlon to a larger or01n17'1t1on the world, so too
xx as each ll'1Clll1ClUdl to trlre on the responslhllrtv of
dex elopmv Ill hrs oxxn r10l1t
Each person began to funcuon ln that part of
school llfe xx hlch he preferred, and as the lndlvld
uals grew, the class grew also Our growth has
heen x.1r1ed Xs 1 class xxe are one, thouvh as ln
LlIX1LlLlllS some rrt larve and some are small some
tre gax, but none are dull
Yet there IS a s1m1lar1tx rn our 1nd1x rduahtx
We are the Class of 19591
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
Lf' t to Rzght Terrv Schwenlr Treasurer Ken Gardner Presxdent Leon App Hxstorxan
B111 Hughes Y xcc Presxdent Kav Balllet Secretzxrx
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LEON EUGENE APP SANDRA LORRAINE ALEXANDER DONNA LOUISE ANDERSON
Common sense ln an uncommon de The most natural beautv 1n the Srlence IS one art of comersatxon
gree rs what the world calls uxsdom world xs honesty and moral truth Blau.
Coleruige Q Sha teslzury
KAY ARLEN E BALLIET
Respon lbll1fV ualks hand 1n hand
vuth capabllltv and povs er
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The express1on Knovxledge IS power IS used
5:54-be by Lord Bacon but It had 1ts orrgm long before
hrs tlme ID sax 1ng of Solomon that a WISC man IS
strong yea, a man of knowledge rncreaseth strength
LANE DELos B1Tr.ER STEPHEN HAP.ms BOAK
There rs no genlus 1n llfe lrke the Hugh alms for hlgh characters and
genxus of energy and lndustry great objects brmg out great mmds
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BARBARA ANN Booic ROGER EDWARD BREIDINCER
How goodness heightens beauty! Every man has his devilish moments.
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The sure foundations of the state are laid 1n
lvnouledge, not in wnorince ind ex erx sneer at
education at culture at boolv learninv which is the
recorded uisdom of the experience of mankind, is
the demagogues sneer at mtellwent libertx,
inviting nattonal deveneracx and ruin
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UDITH AAN CARTER Doms JANE CRAIG
Good cheer is no hindrance to good A Good heart is north vold
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A light heart lives long.
DONINA lVlARIE DETRICR
The secret of success is constancy of
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JOHN LESLIE DEYVALD BARBARA ANN
JOHN GIOKGY ENGLE IR
In behef hes the secret of all valuable A handsome vsoman IS a Jewel a Success 1 l e s a Iltatter not
exertron good woman 15 a treasure much of talent or op rtumtx as of
Bulwe, Saad, concentratron and persex erance
ANIES ROBERT FETTER
The best and noblest lu es are those
u hlch set tow ard lugh Ideals
ANN FRY DAVID FREDERICK FRY
face IS t e best letter of rec ThlS world belon s to the ener etlc
KENNETH LEROY CARD ER LIINDA KAY Gmccs
Kmd words produce then' own lmage A man ln earnest finds means or lf An ounce of cheerfulness 18 north a
ln mens souls and a beautxful 1mage he cannot find creates them pound of sadness
It 15 Chanmng Fuller
DALE EUGENE HESSLEP. JOYCE CAROLYN HESSLER ALBERT LARRY GHUV
Domg good IS the only certalnly hap
a man s hfe
'Xlodesty IS the cxtadel of beauty and Cue us the man of mtegmv Such 3
one IS a fragment of the Rock of Ages
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Good humor IS the health of the soul
BARBARA ANN Lowrs
Paradlse 1S open to all kmd hearts
VVILLIANI ARTHUR HUGHES
A supenor man rs he who dex elops
1n harmonlous propomons hrs moral
mtellectual and phvslcal nature
JUDY ANN Housraxmzcnr
To make happv IS the true emprre of
Knowledge wxthout common sense sass Lee
15 follx uxthout method It IS waste wlthout
ltmdness, lt IS fanauclsm, w1thout relxglon lt IS death
But xuth common sense, lf IS w1sdom vuth charm, It
IS benehcence vnth rellgron, lf IS x lrtue and lxfe and peace
JOAN IRENE lVlARTIN RONALD LEE Orr
Pollteness IS as natural to delxcate The great hope of SOCICIV IS ln 1nd1
natures as perfume IS to flowers udual Character
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BETTE jo NNE Pousr RICHARD STRAYTON RHONE
True humor rmgs not from the Ambluon 15 the germ from whlch all
head but from the heart growth of nobleness proceeds
Carlyle T D Englrsh
Knowledge has rn our tlme trlumphed and IS
tnumphmg oxer bwotrx The c1x1l1zed and
Chrlstlan world IS fast learnmcv the great lesson that
dlfference of natron does not xmply necessarv hos
t1l1ty and that all Contact need not be war
SAxDP.A LEE SCHOOLEH
of the rlchest
H W Beecher
TERRY RAY SCHWENK
Repose and cheerfulness are the
badge of the gentleman
VroLE'r MAE RYDER
A kmd heart IS a fountain of glad
ness makmg exervthlng 1n lts V1ClI11ty
freshen 1nto smxles
PAUL HENRY SHEATLER
An honest man IS the noblest work
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LARRY PALIHER Sxtxm
He that can haw patlence can haxe
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Axle IREN E SOXIERX ILLE
So I ham nothmn Ah xou re u ronv
VK hx I haw .111 IIN dreams PFICCICSS
are mx nches xx hen ms bram xx 1th fan
DE LORES Axx Sxtrm
I hlxe the lau hter that opens the hps
and the heart that shous at the same
tlme pearls and the soul
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MARTHA JANE STAUEPER
VK hat a rare gift IS that of manners'
Better to possebs them than haue
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ALLEN LLOYD SMITH
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In thy face I see the map of honor, Politeness is real kindness kindly ex- Nothing is so strong as gentlenessp
truth, and loyalty. pressed. nothing is so gentle as real strength.
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Cheerful looks make every dish a
feast, and that it is which crowns a
DAVID RUDOLPH WENZEL
Genius is a superior aptitude to pa-
GEOIIIIIANNA lX1ARlli VVALTMAN
A beautiful smile is to the female
countenance what the Sunbeam is to
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Imaomanon creates beautw lusnce
and happmess xxhlch are exerxthlno m
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sheds a bnohtness ox er exerwthmo
RATHLEFNI W HALEWI
ffreatest good fortune and the most sen
ous step tovs ard maturltv
COWQTAVTIWE GEORGE Vx!-!I'l'E
arm and courage to the heart
There IS a tlme 1n everv man s educatron when
he arrlves at the comrcnon that enw 1S lgnor
ance that 1m1tat1on rs surclde that he must take
hrmself for better or for worse as h1s portron that,
though the w1de unnerse 1f full of good, no
kernel of nourrshmg corn can come to h1m but
through h1S tO11 bestowed on that plot of ground
whlch IS gn en hxm to t111
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Slncerxtv a deep g time heartfelt
smcerrtx 15 a tgart QQ-true and noble
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The best part of beautv 15 that vxhxch
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HALL OF FAME
Iudx Houseknecht and Roger Breldmger
Ioan 'Xl lrnn and uk Fnqle
Our mstes are eser chanvmo These changes
represent some of the hrohhohts of each passlno
xcrr hrohhohts whrch to us are the epltome of
rchlexement todas, but XXl'1lCh tomorrow ulll be
lllSf0IAX The members of the Hall of Fame portrax
some of these hwhllvhts
The most Athletlc shou todsx 5 athletlc umform
stxles The most Courteous ahght from 21 1959
Chau Com Cfflble the m0St Vlrttx dont need to
unch 1 TV Vllestern Roth and Roll 19 sheer
rnspn mon for the Best Nltured Its 1 do ll xour
self Sputnlls sn the 'Xlost qIUCllOLlQ The Best
Loolemv shou that thouvh hsthmo QUIK stxles
chin vc he xutx IS constmt The Best Dressed show
thrt the uords chemlse md rests rrc runed ID
our xocrhulrrx The Most Llleelx to Succeed nrt
nessrno these hr hhohts pose the questlon, uhat
xull the future hold for sou and me
Best Natured Best Looking
Sandra Schooley and David Fry
Steve Boak and Karhleen YVh.1len
Nancy Zarr and Sam Wlalker
Most Likely to Succeed
Janis Somerville and Richard Rhone
jacquelyn YViser and Kenneth Gardner
We may not have made history as did the Romans and the Crecles,
but in our minds our past twelve years of school are, without a doubt, worth
Our last year of recorded hrgh school hlstory was twelfth efrrde mth
our home room teachers, Mrss Long and Mr Dletz As senrors ue were
excused from school for career day VVe also took colleve borrel tests Our
magazme sale was a success Nancy Zarr represented Munex rt the Flam
mg Folrage Festival rn Peenovo Thrs year vas hrghhvhteel by our elass
play, our class trlp, and our Oraeluatxon We were the first class to oraduate
under the new school sr stem and 1t proved very mterestmg
Prlor to thls, ue were jolly junrors, havlng Mr Dennen and Nlr
Schuyler for home room teachers We were olflclally recognlzed when ue
recelved our hats pennants, and rings Other marles ln the hrstory of our
eleventh year xx ere our class partres the umor and Semor Prom, and our
class play Books and Crooks
The tenth chapter ln our hxstory was wrltten whxle we were sopho
mores Our project was a benefit movle, The Trouble Wztlz Harry The
glrls vxere 1n1t1atcd 1nto the Trl H1 Y by dressmg as bunnles and the boys
achlex ed honors by wrnnrng the junior semor basketball game Somethmo
new and drfferent, were our drxvers llcenses, and exerybody wanted one
We xx ent to Pucleetts Glen for our class trlp and had an enjoyable hrlee
We had Nlr Huohes and Mr DICYZ as our home room teachers
As freshmen we prepared ourselves for our future by choosrno our
prospectne courses, and we assumed addltlonal responslblllty br berng
chapel charrmen The boys were captams on the patron squad, and for
the first t1me they were asslsted by glrls Our home room teachers xx ere
Rleh 1rd Rhone and mrs Somerulle won the Amerxcan Lemon Aurrds
VX e fmlshegd nmth or rele bx oomu to llershev for our class trrp mel Uraduat
xno rnto scnror hrvh school
ln e10hth Oraele our home room telehcrs were Mrs Houle anel Nllss
XX alelron The curls m rele hxstorx bx elonmnu exenmg gowns anel partlelprt
mv IH the Nln Dax elanee Xl e traxeleel to Rollmv Green Parle for our
class trrp to close the xear
We entered tumor lnvh sehool ln sex enth Orrele ruth Xlrss H rthers
and Nlrs tlrthur as home room teachers ll e expcrreneeel ehanvlnv classes
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Hrst trme For our Hrst class tr1p we journeyed to Rollmg Green Parlx
As sntth graders we were gulded by Mrs Stme and Mr Doutx VX e
recall our Good tlmes playmg PIISOD durmg noon lunch hour We cant
foroet the puppx love between Georglanna Waltman and Dlclc Rhone udx
llouselxneeht md I mrrx Cruver and an1s Somervxlle and Dave Youtz VN e
made puppets rn art class and xx rote composltrons for talkrng too much
One of our most excltrng years was fifth grade Our teachers were
Xlrss Keener and Mrss Gflfrlth Mrss Gflffltll tauoht us math and Enghsh
xx hrle Nlrss Keener taught us geography and square dancrng Square danc
mo xx as somethmg new and everyone enjoyed lt At the end of the year
our class went to Montgomery Park for a prcnrc
As rmschrevous fourth graders we were under the xx atchful eyes of
Nlrs Sm1th and Mrs Fry The students 1D Mrs Smrth s home room pre
tended they were Chmese and decorated the1r room lllce Chlna toxvn They
also x rsrted the home of Mrs Sm1th for a tea Durmg the xear her students
made cranberry sauce and popped popcorn Mrs Frys students xx on the
Pennsylvanxa Week award by malong a mmature Fort Augusta The mem
bers also traveled to W1ll13mSPOIt to v1s1t the arrport
Mrss Shook and Mrs Stahl were our teachers ln the thlrd grade We
partrcrpated rn the hrgh school May Day exercrses We also had our own
Nlax Dax program and Georgranna Waltman was our Max Queen For th1s
program Mrs Stahl taught the grrls an umbrella dance and both the boys
and glrls dld the May pole dance
The second chapter of our history book vxas wrltten rn second Grade
xxrth Nlrs Helm and Mrs Goodenow as our teachers Mrs Coodenovvs
students had a play and they made srlhouettes for Mothers Dax mfts
Fmallx after travelmg back as far as xxe can xxe reach our first xear
IH orade school As we entered xxe xx ere met bx Nlrs Drce Nhss lxoons
and Nlrs XlcCarty who found that the1r problems had just begun All of
us xx 111 recall th1s as the year of our lnnous Rhx thm Band The leaders xx ere
D1clx Rhone Delores Sm1th and Dflxe Youtz
After travcllno bacle mto our plst xxe flnd these txx elxe xears xx ere not
spent 1n xam We sxneerelx hope our future xx1ll he as fulfllhnv and re
xxardmg as xx as our past
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To Sylvia Schoch Georgianna Waltman wills her
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Do you hear someth1ng7 Well Barbara Elliot left her
Leon App has
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days at Muncy High:
54 pairs of socks
rms, one dozen
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items are to be used
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Barbara Fry have
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Bob Strou Mlss Long so have to
If Sherm acquired school sickness he inherited lt
Finally the class of 59 would like to leave their supply of
Tums to n days when the lunch period does not exceed three mmutes
we set our hand and seal Ca large wad of slightly used uxcy
Fruit gumb ln the presence of all witnesses and friends Cwe hopej this fifth day of
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Wrth the past as our passport ue shall
traxel on the shlp of hfe
As ue the class of 1939 Oo mto the uorld
before us ue malxc thrs pledoc to God to our
Alma Mater and to our natlon lve shall
strne to be successful crtrzcns to uphold the
standards of our countrx and to pass on to
folloumg generfatrons the uorthuhrle ldeals
that ue haxe rccux cd from those xx ho hate
Nlay God help us and gulde us m our en
dear or to lteep th1s our pledve
Ha1l to Alma Mater dear
Spread her fame m accents clear
Shout her glory to the slues
Tell the prarse of dear old Muncy
Vlay our hearts be eser truc
To the colors whlte and blue
Nluncy Hlgh School heres to you
Harl to Alma Mater Hall
Blaclx and Red
Heres to our dear old Murrcy
Prarse to her colors true
umor and Semor Hrgh School
Harl to the whrte 'md blue
Rah' Rah' Rah'
Good tlmes uc had about her
Sad trmes occas1onallx too
But xx hen rt comcs to oood schools
Oh' Muncx were for xou'
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ZIGMUND M MUSIAL
The Athletic AdVlSOIS at Muncv I-llgh School
mclucle the Supervlsmg Pr1nc1pal and the Faculty
The dutles of the Supervlsmg PI'lI'1ClP3l mclude
the admmrstratlon of the COHSYIIUIIOH and recom
mendatlons of the P I A A so far as thev relate
to Muncv Schools, and the preparatron and remlt
tance of el1g1b1l1ty l1sts to competlng schools
The Facultv Athletxc Manager acts 1n the ca
paclty of an authonzed agent of the Board of Edu
cat1on and the School Office ln all athletic relatlons
and buslness Some of hrs many and varled dutles
are to schedule all contests wrth other schools, to
engage 0H:lCl3lS for all home games, and to arrange
for the teams transportatlon I-le also must make
arrangements for the awardlng of letters as well as
take care of the mamtenance repalr, and renewal
of all athletlc equlpment
In addltlon to these dutres the Faculty Athletlc
Manager must keep an account of all Hnances per
ta1n1ng to the Athletlc Program and make pas ment
GEORGE R DIETZ
ANOTHER DOLLAR Faculty Athletzc Manager
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for all bills contracted to the Athletic Program.
Kneeling, Left to Right-Sherry Keyser, Connie Lee, Marsha Bonto-
mase. Smmiing-Connie Hill, Georgiarma Vklaltman, Ellen Stroup.
The Senior High Cheerleaders are the group
of girls who were faithful to their teams throughout
the sports seasons bv leading the students and
Muncv fans with cheers both home and away. In
addition to their above duties, they are also respon-
sible for scheduling and taking charge of all of our
"Pep" Meetings among which was a special rally
before the Xlontgomerv game. They divide their
time and talents between football and the winter
sports-basketball 'and wrestling. VVe congratulate
them on the line job of boosting our team's morale.
Miss Brown, girls physical education teacher,
has acted as their advisor and coach during the past
First Row, Left to Right-Steve Musser, Manager, Bill Hughes, Bob Stroup, Steve Boak, Larry Gruver, Kenny Gardner, Jack Engle, Sam VValker,
Dick Rhone, Steve VValdron, Manager. Sc-cond Ron'+Ted Engle, Robert Musser, Leon App, Donald Puderbaugh, Ronnie Ott, George VVhite,
Chuck Scott, Sherm Lupold, Robert Flayhart. Third Row-Ronnie Hill, Steve Opp, VVayne Bradburn, Layton Bailey, Ronald Houseknecht,
Tom Springman, Gordon XVashburn, Eugene Green, Jack Buck, Max Bieber. Fourth Row-George VVeaver, Manager, Gary Alexander, Ed VVert,
Phil Robbins, Denny Vl'arg, Pete Brandt, Jerry johns, joe Cipriani, Brian Kennedy. Fifth Row-Stan Schuyler, Coach, Paul Gresh, Assistant
Coach, Ron Green, Gary Rager, Ed VVertman, Gary Kirkncer, john Vllilliams, Kieth Rager, George Sauers, I. V. Coachg George Dietz, Faculty
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Muncy Montgomery ,..,..,
Muncy So. Williamsport
Muncy Wyalusing .
Muncy Montoursville ,,
Muncy Warrior Run
Muncy's football team played 50-50 ball during the 1958
season. The lndians won four games, lost four, and played
a 6-6 tie with Warrior Run in the season's finale.
The high point of the season was reached when, after
five fruitless years, the Indians Finally beat South Williams-
port. The low point was reached when Montgomery at last
scalped the Indians for the first time in eight years.
Eleven seniors have played their last game for Muncy.
They are ends, Sam Walker and Bob Stroupg tackles,
George VVhite and Larry Gruver, guards, Bill Hughes,
Steve Boak and Leon App, quarterback, Dick Rhone, half-
backs, Ronnie Ott and lack Engle and fullback, Kenny
Dependable, Kenny Gardner, Muncy's biggest ground
gainer, was elected co-captain along with versatile, 'lack
Engle, who played just about every position on the team.
The junior varsity football team, coached by George
Sauers, was undefeated for the second straight season.
These boys, for the most part, will be regulars on Muncy's
1959 team as the Indians will play with few or no seniors
according to the present outlook.
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Standing, Left to Right-George Sauers, I. V. Coachg Paul Gresh, Last practice before the big game.
Assistant Coachg Stan Schuyler, Coach.
Standing, Left to Right-jack Engle,
VARSITY-Kneeling, left to RightfBob Stroup, Larry Gruver, Bill Hughes, Ted Engle, Donald Puderbaugh,
Steve Boak, George VK'hite, Sam VValker. Standing-Ronnie Ott, Dick Rhone, Jack Engle, Kenny Gardner,
Kneehng, Left to Right Jack Engle, George Houseknecht, Coach. Standing-Dave Fry, Lee Anderson, Bob
Flayhart, john McCart y, Steve Opp, Kenny Gardner, Roger Breidinger, Chuck Scott
The 1958-59 basketball season found Muncy winning
nine games while losing ten. This year's team had a seven
and seven record in the West Branch League. After losing
seven members of the 1957-58 team, varsity coach, George
1-louseknecht was faced with a squad that possessed little
varsity experience and very little bench strength. Occasion-
ally, V. players were called upon to supply the .needed
bench strength. This yearls squad was composed of four
seniors, two juniors, and two sophomores. Next year's team
will include the four varsity hold-overs plus the entire start-
ing five from this year's V. team. The junior varsity boys
will supply the squad with the height it has lacked in the
9 Wins, 10 Losses - .474
Muncy ....,....... 43 Northumberland
Muncy , , 36 Central .,..,....,... . ,
bluncy . , 47 Danville .....,,, ..
Muncy . ..., , 48 Turnpike . .,
Muncy . , 51 Northumberland
llluncy ,.,. .. 48 B. E. N. ,
Muncy , ,.,. 54 Montgomery A
Muncy ., .. 48 Warrior Run
Muncy . .,., 41 I-lughesville .. ,,
Muncy ,... 37 Montoursville ..
Muncy 50 So. Williamsport
Muncy , 43 Mifflinburg ,.
hluncy 63 B. E. N. .....
Muncy 45 Montgomery ..
Muncy . , 47 Warrior Run
Muncy . 56 1-lughesville ., , .
Muncy , ,. 54 Montoursville ,.
Muncy , . 42 So. Williamsport
Muncy .. ...,.. . 44 Mifllinburg
West Branch Games.
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XVest Branch League Games.
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left tn Right-Ted Engle, George Wlhite, Dave VVenze1, Sam VVa1ker, Allen Smith, Bob Stroup, Sherman
Lupold, Ronnie Ott, Joseph Cipriani, Bill Ilughes, Keith Rager, Gerry Stauiler, Dick Akers, Manager.
WRE TLI G
During 1958-59 Muncy High School continued its un-
usual success in wrestling by placing second in the West
Branch Conference and becoming the First team champion
9 wins, 3 losses - .750
of the East Central Section, District 4. The junior varsity Munn 21 Southern Area A
also deserve much credit for their commendable showing '
this season. To our champions, our departing and return- MUDC1' 29 C021 TWP'
ing grapplers, congratulations for your excellent perform- Muncy 31 Sunbury
ances' ,'Muncy . , . 41 Montoursville .
INDIVIDUAL DISTINCTION fqyiuncy 39 Aiomgomery A
ALLEN SMITH-P. 1. A. A. District 4 Champion 1957, 1958 and , - - -,
1959. Runner-Up Northeastern Regional 1958. VVon 18 con- Ahmcl lf Vvllhdmsport
secutive dual meets. 1959 Record, XVon 17-Lost 1. txluncy 37 Xxlestern Area
BILL HUGHES-P. 1. A. A. District 4 Chzunpion 1956. Runner 1 , ,
Up District 4 1957, 1958 and 1959. VVon 16 consecutive Ahmclw 14 Shamokln
dual meets. 1959 Record, Xlbn 15-Iiost 2. - xxhmm, 17 B' E' N.
RONALD OTT-P. 1. A. A. District 4 Champion 1958. Runner- '
Up District 4 1959. Xvun 8 consecutive dual meets. 1959 lhluncx' 26 East Lvcoming
Record. VVon 14-Lost 3. at ' 7" I
BOB STROUP-Runner-Up District 4 1959. Vllin 17 consecutive MUUCF' 36 SO' Xxllhamspon
dual meets. 1959 Record, 1K'on 16-Lost 1. exlunu. 35 Xvarrior Run
SAN1 VVALKER-Runner-Up District 4 1959. 1959 Record, XVon '
13-Lost 4. +XVest Branch Meets.
Relax, Mx. Maurer, he'11 come through.
Pin him quick, Stroup!
Kneeling, Left to Right-XVayne Frye, Dick XVest, Ronnie Greene, Max Bieber.
Gary Kirkner, Eddie XVertman, Walter I.eYan, Dick Arthur, Ronnie Poorman.
Gerry johns. Stumiivig-Steve XYaldmn, Manager, Kenneth Nlcfoy, Eugene
Greene, Dick Williamson, Ralph Buck, Brian Kennedy, Kenneth l'ry, George
Lupold, Tom Hively, Steve Anderson, Ted Frey, Kendm Anderson, Don
Left to Right-Earl Poust, Junior High Coach:
XVallace Maurer, Varsity Coachg George Sauers,
Junior Varsity Coach.
J. V. WRESTLING
2 Losses - .667
Warrior Run A
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First Row, left to Right-Crneu l.orimer, Daflney Frey, Sherry Bennett, Gail Miller, Mary Ann Lorimer, Nlary Anna Mathers, Peggy Patri7io,
jane Stauller, Ruth Lorimer. Xlargaret KIeQuay, Patsy Rohliins. Svumnl Hou'-llolin Ohurrlorf, llvslcn Purlerhaugli, I-llen Stroup, Carol Smith,
Sandy N'alt4n1. LVL-lyn Gardner, jurly iiaxyforrl, Connie Lee, Nancy Monroe, Mary XYhiIe, Susan llnglish, Kenny llilner. Tliinl Ilowfliclrlie llill,
Tom Ott, Roland Nuss, Steve Nlussur, llill Puturinxin, Taylor l:l'Ill'f, Porter llatlmtnell. llirhy Opp, Nlattlmeu' XYhitc, I'1Illl'flI Run'-Bill Senseman,
Don Hlllton, George llawly, Denny XYarg, 'loin Ilohh, Layton llailey, Stem- lrantf, lirerl Koons, joe Cipriani, Max llieher, Bill Malloy, Don
Babb. Fifth Row-Bill Hughes, George XYl1itc, ,Xllen Smith, Don Putlerlxauglm. Alrseut-JL-un llall, Bob Stroup, Ron Ott, Reno llill.
GYM T EAM
MR. GEO SAUERS
G3 m Team Advisor
The gymnastic team is a eo-eclueational aetiyity
sponsored hy the llealth anal Physical Education
Organization. lnereasecl stuclent participation made
it necessary this year to have two groups, a lunior
lligh and a Senior High team.
Although the team cloes not compete with other
teams, the members are constantly improving their
own performances. reeorcls, and enjoying the experi-
NURY ANN LORWER fl1'm"m'f1'fCS H fffmf fnff d'0P- ence of Graceful body moyements. Ollieers-Presi'
dent, Bob Stroupz Secretary, lane Stauflerg Trea-
surer, Ellen Stroupg Advisor, Mr. Sauers.
First Row, left to Right-Kay Balliet, Iarlsie YViser, Sandra .-'Klt'xanrier, Barbara Fry, Ioan Martin, Donna
lletritk, Cleurg1.tnn.t Ulaltxnati, ,loanne l'ou-.t, Pal ilemple, Nanty larr. Suurmtl limi' Santly Selrooley, ,lout
llesslcr, ,ludy Carter, ll.urli.tra Book, Kathy Ulialen, Indy lloitsekrtetlit, -lanis Soniettille, llatrbara Lowe. illllft
Nutr-Leon App, Dave lirx, Kenny Gardner, jack lingle, Larry Ciruver, George White, Steie lloak, Dave You L
f'Better Than the Best!" This was the challenge which
was ever present in the minds of the members of the staff
who were only too well aware of the fact that this was
no easy task. But not for a minute did any one of the
staff doubt that it could and would be done.
To us, the yearbook became more than the compiling
of pictures, months of deadlines to meet, writing copy
which no one wants to read, and often burning the mid-
night oil, for we realized that none of us would have ex-
changed the moments of elation when a section was final-
ly completed for those of a normal existence. In short,
the yearbook became the spirit of the school years of the
"class of 1959.,'
Recording the events of our school years in word and
picture required a great deal of effort from many. To
the teachers and students we say Thank You, for the un-
ending patience when classes were interrupted and co-
operation when pictures were to be taken.
Now we are finished. Vile present to you our en-
deavors-our history symbolized in these pages.
CLIORGE R. DIETZ
RICHARD S. RHONE
Left to Right-Janis Somerville, Assistant Editor: Steve
Boak, Layout Editor: Kay Balliet, Business Manager.
Much of the responsibility for the success of the l959
Caxusarmco rested upon the shoulders of the editorial
staff. This staff consisting of Editor Dick Rhone. Assist-
ant Editor lanis Somerville, Layout Editor Steye Boak,
and Business Manager Kay Balliet did a very commend-
The editor, assistant editor, and layout editor worked
as a team from the end of the junior year until press time
in order to turn out a yearbook that will be remembered
among the best in the Cl.-XNUSARAGOVS long history.
Business Manager Kay Balliet, proved her capability
by keeping the books in order while doubling as the ad-
Finished at last.
Miss Nancy Zarr, attired in a white floor-length
gown, reigned as Xlunefs May Queen for nineteen
hundred and fifty-nine. Earlier in the year Nancy
was Munefs representative at the Flaming Foliage
Festival held at Renovo, and thereby participated
in the parade and Ball.
Throughout her Senior year at Niuncy High,
Nancy was active in many organizations including
the yearbook staff and hand.
MAY C0 RT
Muncyls history repeated itself once again when
the nineteen fifty-nine May Day was held. Every
Kneeling-Barbara Poust. Standing, Left to Right-Roger Breidinger, Ianis Somerville, Robert Stroup, Joanne
Poust, jack Engle, loan Martin, Dennie VVarg, Nancy Zan, Richard Rhone, Pat Temple, Kenny Gardner
Georgiannu Vllaltman, Sam W'alker, Judy llouseknecht, Steve Boak.
year there is a change in program and costume, but
always the basic concept of beauty binds together
the many intricate and exotic facets of this lovely
Truly "Queen for a Dayf' Nancy Zarr and her
court of seven girls were selected from the Senior
Class by popular vote of all Senior High School
students, and a princess, Barbara Poust, was select-
ed from the Freshman class by her classmates.
this occasion, transformed into a most artistic crea-
tion through the efforts of Mrs. Dorothy Fisher
while the program progressed under the direction
of Mrs. lean Delsite and Miss Dorothy Brown.
spacious lawn of the High School was, for
BARBARA SUE POUST
Oh come now, it can't taste that bad!
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,IU IOR-SENIOR PROM
The annual lunior'Senior Prom, held each year just
prior to graduation, is the highlight of the school's social
calendar. This gala affair, paid for by the Juniors, serves
as a fond farewell to the departing Seniors.
The class of '59, noting the lack of a suitable Climax
in the schools social program, reinstated the lunior-Senior
Prom just one short rear ago. Due to its smashing sue'
cess it has been decided that the prom will be an annual
The class of '59 wishes to thank all those who helped
make the Prom a sueeess.
Kneeling, Left to Right-Linda Bair, Susie Phleegor, Sandra Frick, Nancy
Rhone, Candy Carlucei, Mary Ann Lorimer. First Rau'-Barbara Poust, Bona
nie Gardner. Second Row-Sally Cummings, Eddie Heineelmen, Kenny Hil-
ner, Judy Ritter, Tina Tilbury, Jackie YViser, Barbara Fry, Donna Ritter, Grace
Lorimer, Cheryl Sheriden, Lois Abbott, Sylvia Schoeh, Sally Banzhaf. Third
Row-XYay ne lfrey. Linda XViser. Ronnie Covert, Nancy Zarr, Sandra Scbooley,
Paula XYinner, Linda Maurer, Nancy Snyder, Betty Giryen, Rae Ann Griggs.
Fourth Rowffiail Sehieyley, Ann Gautsch, Elaine Smith, John Miller, Janet
Young, Lil.: Lee llilner, Linda .Xrtley, Rarbara Lowe. Nan YYood, hir. Bem-
inger. Fifth Rmrf.'Xnn Pntriyio, Joanne Poust, Joan Martin, Barbara Elliott,
fred Koons, Linda Murray, Linn Fromn, Sandra Alexander, Lucella Smith.
Sixth Row- Kathy XYhalen, Pete Carlueei, Lynn Phillips, Dick Frey, YVayne
Sager, Phillip Danley, David Youtz, Bob Temple, John McCarthy, Joyce
BA D DONALD BERNINGER
FALL IN! GET IN STEP! THINK! To the 65
members of the Muncy High School Marching Band these
commands are a familiar sound during the football and
marching season. Under the direction of Mr. Berninger.
this busy organization performed at all of the football games
as well as participated in numerous parades.
One of the high spots on our list of performances was a
day spent at the liloomsburg Fair. During the day we pre-
sented short concerts at various points throughout the fair
grounds. In the evening, we attended the night show in
front of the grandstand as guests of the Fair Association.
During the marching season we practice every day,
either before or after school. In recognition of the hard
work of the members of the band. the Kluncy Band Parents
.Xssociation rewarded them with a greatly appreciated trip
to Ilershey to attend the 1959 version of the fabulous Ice
Kneeling, Left to Right-Candy Carlucci, Linda
Bair, Sazntlra Frick, Susie Phleegor, Mary .-Xnn
Lorimer. Standing-Nancy Rhone.
First Row, Left to RiglzrwGrace Lorimer, Lois Abbott, Connie Hill, Nancy Snyder, Nancy Rhone. Lynn Fromm, Bonnie Gardner, linda Arrlcy,
Paula XVinncr, Ellen Stroup, jackie XYiser, Tina Tilbury. St-coml limi'-Xlarlon Patrilio, Rohr-rta Cook, Linda Klaurcr, Ct-nrgianna Xkliltinan, San'
cha Alexander. Pat Temple, Sherry Key ser, Llaine Smith, Nlarsha Bontotnase, Sandy Sclnioley, Nancy Zarr, Linda Bair, Carol Vetter. 'I liinl Ilvu'
-Nan Xvood, Joanne Poust, Lila Lee Ililner, Judy Brittain, Sally Cummings. Kathy XVhalcn, llarbarri .Bt-ok, Sally llan7l1al', Sandy XYalton, Judy
Ilouseknecht, Sandy Frick, Barbara Lone, Gail Shiyely, Ann Gautsch. I-ourtlz Rou'fLr.-on App, Dave liry, Dick Rhone, jack Engle, Terry
Schwenk, Phil Danley, XVayne Sager, Dave Youtz, john Myers, John McCarthy, XVayne Fry.
MRS. JEAN DELSITE
SENIOR HIGH CHORUS
On any Thursday morning this past school year, any-
one who was in the school early enough, saw approxi-
mately flfty sleepy students, lcd by a likewise sleepy
director, enter the Music Room at 8:00 A. M. for another
rehearsal. Despite the early hours, the group worked
yery diligently as was evident in the many fine perform-
ances they gave throughout the year. An incentive for
the students and director this year was the very beautiful
music room that they had for the First time in the school.
The new modern equipment made work a pleasure.
The school year was marked by the appearance of the
chorus in the Christmas Program, at neighboring schools,
and in the Spring Choral Concert. Some of the mem-
bers had the honor of representing hluncy lligh School
in the District Chorus lrestiyal which was held in April
at Kane. It was a wonderful experience for them.
The High School Chorus, under the direction of hlrs.
lean Delsite, has done much to further the importance
of music in the school curriculum.
Seated. left rf, Right-Marslia
Bontornase, Nairn' Snyder. Stiunl
ing-Lintla Maurer, Lois Ahhotl,
Nancy Rhone. llarhara Book. Lila
l.ee llilner, Lonnie llill, Sherry
Keyser, Linda Bair, Sandy' Fritk,
,Xnn Gautseh, Sandra Alexander.
Junior High Chorus Girls' Ensemble
The Girls' Ensemble consists of twelve girls
chosen on a coinpetitiye hasis from the lligh School
Chorus. lvith their previous musical training as a
great asset, this group has tlcvelopecl into one of the
outstanding musical organizations in the school.
Rehearsals for this group were held on Tuesdays
following school clismissal. The girls' repertoire
incluclecl threeeand fourepart songs from many fields
of music. .-appearances were made for various or'
ganizations at nearhy schools, and the Spring Chor-
'Sixty stuclents. representing grades seyen
through nine. coinposetl the -lunior High fhorus
this year. The group, clirectetl hy Nlrs. 'lean Del-
site. rehearsetl each Monday after school throughout
the year. lluring the many hours they rehearsed.
the chorus yyorlxecl on tyyo anal threefpart songs in
anticipation of their appearance in the Spring Chorf
al Concert. The interest shown hy the inernhers
was evident hy their line perl'ormanee given at the
JUNIOR HIGH CHORUS
liryr Hour. len tn Iiiglrr-Xlargarer Xltfalwe, Susan XYorthington. llarleline lleeil. ilretrhen Luft. Xlary .Xnn Poll. Ruth Reed. Kathy Long, Carole
llollirnann, Xlargaret lry. -lurly llilrer, Yetmnl Hun' Sliaro-1 Nlest-role, Susan laons, linila Wiser, linnnie lnyerl, wlurly .Xntlersoni Susan XYoo4l,
llae Xnn fvI1xl5:s.fl1L"Xil Slit-riilan. llarlaara NIartin.Cla1l Xliller. llrinl lion'--lincla Stein. Nancy Long, Nancy Roliliins. SLlIlL' Pfleegor, ,lucly
Karschner. lleily llitles. Karla llellnlorfer, Doris jean Clerlnger, Betty llli-url, Susan Dilcline, brace llollyyorth. Iwrrrth Hun' Xlarllia lligler.
Xlillicent llarger, llarlwaua Stroup, Xlargarel l'atri1iu, Xyamla Oyster, janette luring, Lunla Xlurry, Leslie llrsmn. Connie liry, Susan lgnglish,
Cuiicly Carlueti. fifth lihll'-LKlillC llill, lired Koons, Gary Hager, fred llellinan. jaines Blair, .Xlfrerl Poll.
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Gros er ennlngs
First Row Left to Right Sandra Alexander Nancy Zarr Second Row Davld Fry Donna
Detrxck Kathleen VVhalen Jams Somervllle Delores Smxth Georglanna Waltman judx
Carter Ioan Nlartm Dlck Rhone Thzrd Row Davld Youtz Roger Breldmger George
Wlnte Steve Boak
E IOR CLASS PLAY
CAST The Maxwell fam1lvs gauntlet of m1sadven
Stex e Boak
tures starts when fifteen vear old Bettv Lou has a
poem prmted ln the school paper S1nce grand
mother Maxwells malden name was Barrett Bettv
Lou just knows shes a descendant of Elrzabeth
Barrett Brownmg So she wrrtes to a Hrm that
looks up famrlv trees The replx arrues but 15
lntercepted bv Mr Maxwell who gasps when he
reads that h1s ancestors xncluded aclt the Rlpper
Bluebeard and Ladv Macbeth lt adds that the
mental change usuallv comes about fortx Need
less to sax poor Pop lS now lmagmlng ex erxthlng
and the awesome antrcs of hls oflsprmv onlx tend
to make hlm behexe ther re all touched Wrlbur
and pal Hercules hare declded to be mavrcmns so
ther prepare for a maglc show hoolxlng str1n0s
on the furmture and controlllng lf from the closet
Certrude and Louxe a couple of none too bnght
would be robbers enter hlde IH xou guessed 1t
the closet and are dlscoxered bx the boxs who
proclarm them mo slteletons m the famxlx closet
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l'It's Great To Be Crazy," a farce-comedy in
three acts, was presented bv the senior class in the
spring of 1959. Needless to say it was a tremen-
dous success approved and enjoyed by the com-
munitv as xvell as the entire class. The success of
the play can be attributed to the talented adviser,
Mr. O'Bovle, the student director, prompters, and
the energetic antics of the cast.
The experience derived from the play bv the
participating members will pav great dividends in
their future life. The class enjoyed defeating tele-
vision bv having a capacity audience during the
presentation of the play.
A Budding Genius???
Senior Class Play Director
Lvir to Right-Joanne Poust, Prompter: Terry Schwenk
Student Directorg Sandra Schooley, Prompter.
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The Scoop Staff plavs a very rmportant -part ln the school program presentmg
the news and news of the students As the school sx stem was reused PUlJllC.dilOD
of the paper was onlx earned out clue to the able leadershlp of Mrs Yeagle and her
Manv meetmgs were held before each prmtmv to drscuss and determme vxhxch
materxal should be used
The last rssue of the xear u as prmtecl bx next xear s stall m order that thex mlght
gam experxence m thexr Jobs
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first Row. lvft to Right-Bill llughcs, Som YVnlkc-r, Ceor e nt I urn C ruur Bob Stroup qtumrl ou
Dick Rlwne. llortnlc Ott, Ken Cvrlrnlliulg .Xllcn Srnlilx, ltlt H rn xml nu or an 1
johns, Dave NVenze1, Bob Flayhnrt, Sherm Lupold.
The varsity "KI" Club selects its members from stu-
dents vvho have lettered in one or more sports and who
can meet the other requirements of un rrtlilete. The 1959-
1959 school year vvus unother successful vear for the
XYorking together as at team. they demonstrated the
qualities of good citizenship and found in association vvith
each other that the lessons learned on the held of play
and in the gvmnasium are a vital and intricate part of
our evervdav life. The activities of the "NI" Club have
been under the competent direction of Mr. Sauers. the
Seated Left to Rzght Joanne
P o u s t Iohn McCarthy Iudw
Houseknecht Iack Engle Llla
Lee Hxlner Mr Hughes Adusor
Sherrv Kevser Standing Ann
Patnzro Brlan Kennedy Gordxe
IVashbum Stewe Collier Pete
Carluccl Paula WHDDCI
TUDE T COUNCILS
Our Student Councll 1S the got ermng bodx of
the Senlor Hrgh School The Senlor Counc1l rs
composed of tvxo representatlxes from the tenth
through twelfth grades It IS through th1s orgamza
t1on that all school sponsored actrutres are co ordl
nated and approx ed
In conjunctlon ruth the admlnxstratlon the Stu
dent Councll helped to solxe the problem of rehex
mg cafeterla congestron IH our school Also e
counc1l sold peanuts, and the monex raxsed from
th1s sale has been used to sponsor sexeral act1s1t1es
throughout the year
Mr Hughes prox es to be alert and an lnterested
adusor who alds and IDSPIICS the counc1l
The umor H1gh Counul members xx ere qurck
lx or1ented to a xear of seruce bs a tallt gnen bx
Nlrs Smlth, Semor Hroh Envlrsh teacher, empha
s1z1ng the purpose and dUIlES of counc1l members
Wrth these rn mmd thex jomed mth the Senxor
Hloh Councrl rn cam assmg the School D1str1ct
and approachmg all parents of Muncx Hlvh School
puplls In an effort to lncxelse Parent Teacher Asso
c1at1on membership The pupxls uent from house
to house rn thelr drrxe
Thelr monex maltmv project xx as pc mut selhng
The students loolt forward to bux mg these peanuts
Seated left to Rzght Martha
Bxgler jane johnson Susan Dll
dmc Cars Hager Barbara Poust
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Houng Rlchard Arthur an
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First Row, Left to Right-Lois Abbott, Mary Ann Lorimer, Joanne Poust, Carol Kepner, Jean Ilall, Ann Parrizin, Joan Martin, Sylvia Schock.
Second Row-Donna Derrick, Nan NYood, Linda Maurer, Georgianna XYaltman, Judy Crawforil, Elaine Smith, Marsha Bontomase, Gail Schievly,
Ann Gautsch. Third ROW-Sandra lfricls, Patricia XValton, Sally Cummings, Kathy lVhalen, Judi Carter, Barbara Book, Sally Banzhaf, Judy
llouseknecht, Sandra VValton, Barbara Lowe.
GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATIO
First Row, Left to Right-Judi Carter, Vice-President: Janis Somerville.
President. Second Row-Bliss Brown, .-'xdvisorg Nan XVood, Treasurer.
Absent-Connie Hill, Secretary.
Under the supervision of Miss Brown, the head
of the girls' physical education department, the
G. A. A. has been striving to guarantee that Muncv
supplvs its students with a competitive spirit both
inside and outside of the classroom. Whether com-
pleting a chemistry experiment or enjoying a game
of volleyball, the girls are endowed with a desire to
succeed. It is by this high caliber of competition
that the character of our girls is molded.
lVith this purpose in mind, intramural sports
are provided for all girls who are interested. Those
who have the greatest desire to maintain their physi-
cal as well as mental well-being become eligible for
membership in the organization.
The G. A. A. forms the backbone of the intra-
mural program for girls which remains as active as
possible without interferring with the scholastic
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The members of the Journalism Club are those
students who are interested in journalism work.
This club is under the direction of Mr. Ned Miller.
The club was just reorganized this year, since
it had been discontinued the two previous years.
This yearls club ran articles of school news in
the Luminary. One of their outstanding articles
was "Who's Who," which interviewed a senior
boy and girl and a teacher every week.
I N 1 N W
First Row, Left to Right-James
Girven, Lane Bitler, Allen Smith,
Arlan Swartz, Paul Sheatler, Don-
ovan Shultz, Don Hall. Second
Row-Duane Shultz, Dorland
Hanford, Kenneth McCoy, Robert
Musser, Alex VVoychek, Advisor,
Earl L. Poust. Third Row-Carl
Laird, Grant Swartz, Edward Fo-
gelman, James Sheatler, Kenneth
1, Charles, James Musser.
F. F. A.
The Future Farmers of America was established
as a national organization in 1928. The Future
Farmers of America is a social organization of Voca-
tional Agricultural students throughout the United
States and outlving possessions. There are 3,800
Our chapter at Muncy was chartered on March
29, 1934. lt was originally the John Brady Chap'
ter, but has since adopted the Muncy Chapter of
Future Farmers of America.
Mr. Earl Poust is the new instructor replacing
Mr. Paul Winner.
Left to Right-Sandra Schooley, Joan Martin, Judi Carter, Kathy VVhalen, Joanne Poust,
Georgianna XValtman. Absent-Mr. Ned Miller, Advisor.
First Row, left to Right-Larry Cruver, Linda Stein, Barbara Elliott, Joyce McCarty, Jim Fetter. Second Row-
Nlr. Miller, Advisor, Carole Hoffman, Sandra Sedan, Donna Ulmer, Betty Elliot, Isabel Malloy, Leon App.
One of the active organizations in our school is
the Stage Crew. This club, under the direction of
Mr. Hose. geography teacher, consists of six hard-
working, efhcient, and helpful boys who play a
great part in maintaining the high quality of our
Included in the activities of this group are the
supervision and installations of all lighting effects
for all stage presentations: the construction, paint-
ing, setting, and changing of all sceneryg and opera-
tion of the public address systems and auditorium
During 1958-59 the Stage Crew successfully
provided lighting for the Senior Class Play, Fashion
Show, PTA Christmas Play, and all Assembly pro-
As a means of expression, photography has a
universal appeal and has often been called the com-
mon language. The Photography Club has been
founded in order that students might learn the
principles of this means of communication. With
service as the central idea, the Photography Club
has listed the following objectives to guide the club
in the years ahead:
l. To improve our ability as amateur photog-
2. To develop in each of us the ability to select,
care for, and use properly the tools of photography.
3. To serve the school community as it grows
Left to Right-Mr. John Hose,
Advisor: Steve Frantz, Carl Hawk, -
First Row, Lt-ft to RightAMarv Ann Lorimer, Ellen Stroup, Mary Stroup. Judy Brittnin. Kathy XVhalen, Joyce McCarty, Isabel Malloy, Connie
Hill, Jackie VViser. Second Rim:-Tina Tilbury, Paula XVinner, Nancy Rhone, Sherry Keyser, Sandy XValton, Sandy Alexander, Georgianna
VValtman, Joanne Poust. Third Row-Barbara Lowe, Judy Ilouseknecht, Donna Derrick, Barbara Elliot, Joyce Ilessler, Pat Vllalton, Sandy
Schoolev. Fourth Row-Joan Martin, Judi Carter, Barbara Book, Linda Griggs, Sally Cummings, Sally Banzhaf.
BOO TER CLUB
Under the direction of Mr. Dietz, this club is
one of the most active clubs in school. The purpose
of the club is to promote interest and advertise for
sports activities around school. One of the main
interests is decorating the town and football field
for home football games. The club members sell
programs and serve as ushers for all the sports. This
year the club also bought traveling bags for the
basketball and wrestling teams.
Ofhcers-President, Kathy VVhaleng Vice-Presi-
dent, Lois Abbottg Secretary, Connie Hill.
The Junior High Science Club of Muncy is
beginning to grow under its advisor Mr. Dietz.
The main accomplishment of the club was to see
two of its members win secondfplace at the Bucknell
Science Fair last year. The members hope that the
enthusiasm for science can be directed so that they
may recognize their potential for contributing to
their future in science.
First Rrrw, Left to Right-Sharon Seidel, Pat Kersteter, XVanda Oyster, Nancy Robbins, Marlene Laughlin,
Nancy Shell, XVilma Rose, Virginia Johnson. Ser-mul Rfm'-Robert Tomlinson, Terry Snell, Tom Reynolds,
John Ritter, Harry Stackhouse.
Knowledge is achieved by concepts or
"ideas" which are invisible, universal,
UN IOR CLASS if
JOHN DENNEN R
left to Rrght Nhrv An orlmer Secretarx Ron1ld Temple Pres
:dum Nltfan Vrce Presxdent Cwrol Smxrh Treasurer
IUNIO CLASS OFFICERS
P ent RONALD TEMPLE
Preszdent JOHN MCCARTHY
S retary MARY ANN Lorutvusa
re surer CAROL SMITH
Durmg the past xear the un1or Class has taken
an actne part 1n school actmues Thev are repre
sented on all of Muncx s athletlc teams as xx ell as
Ill manv of the schools other extraeurrlcular act1x1
nes Houexer all was not plax The unlors con
ducted a successful ma0a71ne sale to help Hmnce
thelr xearboolt and Senlor Class trip
One of the outstmdlng ex ents of the xear was
the receumv of class rmos These rmvs wtll al
uaxs remam one of the cher1shed mementos of
thexr h10h school dass
The success of the lunlors IS largelx due to the1r
Great energx and able letders The unlor Class IS
tru x Grateful to Xlr Dennen, lts adxlsor uhose
and aduce has been an lnspxratlon to the
members of the class of nmeteen hundred stxtx
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HOME ROOM 10-l
First Row, Left tn Right-Doris Carson, Betty Carson,
Mary D1-trick. Roberta Cook, I.imla Bair, Bcity Cirvvn,
Carol lfcttcr. Dianv Dugan, Donna Deppcn, Barhara
Fisher. Second Ron'-Carol Foley, Linda Xrtley, Judy
Brittain, lane Baker, Lynn Frnrinm. Bonnie Carclncr.
Third Row-Ralph Buck, Ed Fugleman, loc Cipriani,
Max Richer, Francis .-Xukcr. Frmrtlz Ron'-Steve Franti.
Steyr' Xnclersnn, Byron llaswrt, Xvayne Braclhurn, Teil
Engle. Ted Fry, P1216 Cnrlucci. Absent-Nancy Corsnn,
HOME ROOM 10-2
Firs! Rmv, left to RightsDonna Heddings, Isabel Mal-
loy, Connie llill, Shirley llarris, Donna Cortncr, Ruth
Xnn I.ucch, Barbara Jacobs, ,Xnn Long, Grace Lorimcr.
Sm-vml Raw-Sherry Keyser, Ioan llartman, Gloria lack-
sun, Barbara Griggs, Kay Kcpncr. Third Rf7ll'fXV2lyI10
Frye, Dick llill, Dorland llanforcl, VVal!er I.evan,
Ufaxnc YVcrt7, Richard Fry, Com- Green. Ron llill.
Vnxiirth Hou'-llrian Kennedy, Dirk Ilnhnson, Ski Iluusc-
lmculmr, Ronald Iluusckncchr, Dave Messcroiz, john
Myers, Bob Musser.
HOME ROOM 10-3
First Rmv, Left to Right-Peggy Smith, Donna Ritter.
Gloria Smith, Ellen Struup, Paula Manner, Nunn
Rhmiv, ,lrfyuc Xlcfarty, llclcn Neuman, Tina Tilbury..
Scumil Ilflll'-xldflllll Palriliu, Nami XYeau-r. Nanax
Vlunlvl, Carroll Ycrrnulllvn, llcrnacliile Spcary. 'llliril
Row- lu-nh Slmricnizilwr, Duanc Shultz, Strvc Opp,
XYaync Sager, Gene Ott, 'Irwin Springman, Bill Peter-
man, jerry Sraulfcr. Iinnrrlz liuu'-Cordon Xlllhhllllfll,
Robert Temple, Chuck Sum, Tum Rnhb. .-ll1sw1tfNan'
Cy Mxuhael, Sharon Sault, Bill Rolhfuss.
HOME ROOM 9'l
First Rmv, Left to Right-llelen Carson, Aloha Biddle,
Candy Carlucci, Mary Lou Falls, Shelby Freeh, Joan
llall, Rae Ann Griggs, Susan Dildine, Phyllis Hawk.
Second Row-Milliuenr Burger, Diane Ferguson, Roberta
Frey, Georgia .-Xrrley, Judy Cruyer. Third Row-
Jzimes Girven, Clyde Biddle, Roger Bechx, Cary Alex-
ander, Layton Bailey, Dale Fisher, Ron llilner, Ed Ilill.
Fourth Ron'-Ron Green, Ron Bubb, Ken Fry, Barry
Dingle, Pete Brant, Dick Arthur. Dick Comer, Paul
Herman. Absent-Mary Gottschall.
HOME ROOM 9-2
First Row, Left to Right-Carole Hoffman, Barbara Mar-
tin, Nancy Long. Marlene Kay Laughlin, Susie PHeegor,
Barbara Pnusi, Virginia Johnson. Delores Malloy, Joyce
Oberdnrf. Sefmxil Rau'-Juanita Hohack, Connie XVCIIZ,
Pat Moser, Manila Oyster, Nancy Robbins. Third Row
-Ken McCoy, Fred Koons, Jerry Johns, Cary Rager,
Marty Houseknechr, Garrerh Kirkner, George Lupold,
Jim Musser, Keith Rager, Alfred Poff. Fourth Rowe
Ron Richart, Phil Robbins, Jim Mathers, Lynn Phillips.
Absent-Nancy Miller, Connie Pardoe.
HOME ROOM 9-3
First Row. Ich in Riglit-Marjorie Xl'ehsrer, Cheryl
Sheridan, Berry Shealler, XVilma Rose, Arlene Yagel,
Luiellii Smiih, Rose Ryder, Rita M'ertin.in. Lind.: Srein.
Qeumil llriu'fN.imy Schell, Marlin Rrithfuss, Connie
Siincs, Janette liiung. lliml Ron'-'Ifini Xlnliinari, Ray
ll-itlifuss. Denny Hlirg, lgil lYerrni.1n, Glenn Schell,
Riinald Xliilson, Truim lost. Fuurlli Holi'-Jnnius Shear'
ler, Grant Swartz, Ed U'crt, Dick West, John Williams.
HOIVIE ROOM 8-1
First Row, left to Right-Edna Carson, Sandra Hall,
Henrietta llolzworth, Bonnie Covert, Joanne Cipriani,
Christine Brittain, Jane Johnson, Grace llolzxvorth, llara
gate: Fry. Second llou'fDonald llill, Judy Karshner,
Sandra llalderman. Leslie Brown, Connie Fry, David
Alexander. Third RMPWD-ennis Lamper, George llawk,
Bob Fisher, Ken Deppen, Frank Fenstermacher, James
Blair, Charles Lauehle, Donald Babb, Donald Breneisen.
Fourth Ilou'-David Lamper, Fred lleilman, Frank Boud-
man, John Gray, Dave Hunter.
HOME ROOM 842
First Row, Left to Right-Judy Ritter, Patty Miller,
llelen Puderbaugh, Genevieve Little, Patty Kerstetter,
Penny Schneider, Marv Ann Rorhfuss, Susan Lyons,
Sharon Nlesserole. Second Rmvfjaek McCoy, Charles
Richart, Lulu Ryder, Nancy Moyer, Linda Moser, Jean
Rothfuss, Stanley Richart, John Uberdorf. Third Row
-Bob Xliller, John Schxvenk, Tom Ott, Ronald Poust,
Dave Pepper, John Leech, Harold Kliller, Pete Robbins,
Dale Pepper. Fourth Row-Steve Xlusser, Stanley Mc-
Carty, Bill Scott, Dave Merrick, Jim Parsons, Ronald
Nuss, Sidney LeBarron, Harold Lowe.
HOME ROOXI H3
First llrnv, Left to Right-Sharon Seidel, Linda Wiser,
Szintlm fzirr, Susan lYoucl, Paitlx Xlvertintin, llurbzira
Stroup, Klart White, .Xnn Xldtlinin, Paula Ulrith. Sec-
mztl lionvllill Senwinnn, Steve loung, Carl Snartz,
Xltirlt Hood, John lnnrnertnzin, K-eorge H1-.ner, Stexe
Xllildron, Don Ulilroim. lliirtl limrffiiirx Slut-ary, Oli-
ver Sones, Disk Winder, Bob Halter, hd Smith. Bob
Shipman, Glen Spangler, Mike lllaod, Don 'I rimble.
HOME ROOM 7-1
First Row, Left to Right-Donna Feigles, Diana Dunn,
Donna Bzichle, Nancy Hartman, Patty Boudman, Betty
Elliot, Linda Fry, Daphne Frey, Sherry Bennett. Sec-
ond Row-Gary Bontomase, Marilyn Corson, Martha Big-
lcr, Judy Anderson, Karla llellclorfer, Betty llicks, Su-
san English, Doris Jean Geringer, Candace Booth, Gary
Deppen. Third Rmrfllarley Fry, Gary Craig, Raymond
lizrlls, Garry Burgzird, Richard Fisher, Bob Detrick,
Gerald Frick, Ralph Fogleman, Gerald Burkholder.
Fourth Row-Gary Brelsford, Taylor Fetzer, Bill Brooke,
Mike Foley, Larry Girven, Thomas Brittain.
HOME ROOM 7-2
First Row, Left to Right-Gretchen Luft, Gail Miller,
Margaret McCabe, Mary Lou Lowe, Judy lloulz, Ruth
Lowry, Ruth Lorimer, Kathy Long, Sandra Kennedy.
Suuuml Run'-Jane Miller, Joyce Knrshner, Darlene Ja-
cobs, Mary Ann Mathers, Rozalind Moser, Imogene Mc-
Carty, Joyce Johnson, Chorolett Miller. Third Row-
Edniund Luft, Donald Gray, Eugene llolderman, Bob
Johnson, Kevin Kennedy, David Michael, Lee House-
knecht, Eddie lleincelman, Kenny Hilner. Fourth Row
-Billy Malloy, John Konkle, Carl Jacobs, Tom Griggs,
John Miller, Sam McCarty, Dick Griggs, Frank Kepner.
HOINIE ROOM 7-3
First Row, Left to Right-Patsy Robbins, Madeline Reed,
Susan YVorthington, Judy Springman, Peggy Crandall,
Janet Peterman, Mary Ann Poff, Dale Marie Ryder.
Second Row-Bonnie XVashbu.rn, Ruth Xventzler, Jean
Ulmer, Nancy Munro, Margaret Patrizio, Judy Nixon,
Donna Ryder, Linda Murray, Ruth Ann Reed. Third
Row-Donald Peeling, Dale XVilson, Terry Snell, Rich-
ard Opp. John Ritter, Robert Tomlinson, Grant Nuss,
llarry Staclthouse, C-ary Stutzman, Maine YVertman.
Fourth Ro'u'eMatthew Mihite, Tom Reynolds, Russell
Pidcoe, Roy Swartz, Don Temple, Porter Rathmell, Jim
Stroup, Tom Muir, John Young.
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Ground breakmg for the Pennsdale Elementary School, March 1957. Ground breaking for the Muncy Elementary School, March 1957.
Muncy Elementary School.
Pennsdale Elementary School.
Muncy High School.
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NIUNCY JOINT SCHOOL AUTHORITY
loft to IlighteIIilchiu Laurie, Architect: Jack D.
Stroup, .Xltretl j.1tl.mn, Solicitor: YYalter Hull'
man, Ilrcsidcntg I.. C. XYillmrn5un, Secretary:
llujmoml Slwol., jr,, X ltr-Prc5ident: James IIESS'
lsr. pllvwvzt- C ldruncc I.ocL.srtl, 'I re.-.nstucrg Arthur
I.. fldpp, C. IQ. Guudcnuw.
UN CY SCHOOL EXPANSIO
Earlv ln 1931 Muncv Borough and Muncv
Creek Townshlp entered 1nto a Jornture agreement
m order to bulld and equlp a school adequate for
the needs of therr puplls The foundatrons for
th1s bulldmg were 1a1d m Nos ember of 1931 and
the project completed ln September of 1932 The
total cost except for glfts and equlpment retamed
was S212 000
Thrs burldmg known as the Muncx Muncx
Creek School was one of the most beautrful school
bulldlngs ln the Unlted States and 19 the baslc
structure for the new Muncx Hlgh School
The hlgla brrthrate of the 1920s soon made 1ts
lmpact upon th1s burldmg Durmg the first vear
of 1ts use If became necessarx to remodel the musrc
cafeterla room 1nto two separate classrooms Ex en
wlth the depressed blrthrate of the 1930s the
burldrng was not adequate to handle the phxslcal
requlrements of the school sxstem ThlS was a
matter of serlous concern to the school dlrectors
VVorld War 11 made rt mapossrble to enlarge the
structure or to bulld other schools Durmv th1s
war perlod stud1es were made and plans prepared
for the future expanslon ln 1950 the xocatlonal
agrrcultural shop bemg housed 1n a rented bu1ld1no
two blocks from the school Klndergarten belng ln
rented rooms of the Baptlst Church muslc classes
belng scheduled on the stage, other classes ln the
hbrarx, and the audltorlum used exerv perlod of
the das for studv halls the drrectors requested
permlssron of the Department of Publlc lnstruc
tlon to enlarue the plant Wrth the ada 1ce of the
Department of Educatlon, th1s request w as tabled
untll new levflslatron w as lntroduced 1n 1951 The
State Legrslrture of 1951 cont1nued mto 1952
when PIDJIILIJ1 and was offered to school drstrlets
needmg enlarged facllrtles, but wlth CCIIJID reser
xatlons and eondltrons attached SIX of these eon
ehtrons had dlrect bearmg on the plans for the
l The SIZE of the admlnlstratne un1t was to
be 1600 puplls at least ln the next few sears
2 lqrnancral a1d would be gn en onlx for res1
dent puplls none for tu1t1on students
3 The s1ze of the elementarv bulldmgs
4 The SIZC and locatlon of plots on w hrch the
bulldmgs were to be erected
5 Assessed xaluatlon of real estate ln the area
6 Approx ed bx the Counts Board of Drrectors
and the Department of Pubhc lnstructron
lX1uncx Muncx Creek Townshxp School Drs
met YX1'llC1'l had become a UDIOH Dlstrlet ln ulx
of 1945 md Muncx Townshlp School Dlstrlct
therefore entered mto a Jolnture agreement 1n
September of 1952 ID order to approxlmate the
number of puplls necessarx and to hate ull of these
puprls resrdent students
The Department of Publlc lnstructlon through
experlence recommended three elementarx schools
on srtes near centers of populatlon The dlstrlbu
tlon of populatlon and eharacter of the terram rn
our area made th1s lmprletxcal After mlm con
lerenees the Department of Pubhc lnstructlon
wreed to approxe one extra large and one small
elcmentarx bulldmo 111 add1t1on to our present
The large elementary burldrno was to be lo
cated 1n lVluncx Borouoh or on Its lmmedrate out
sklrts and the small bulldlng to be located 1D or
near Pennsdale The Muncx lVluncx Creek bulld
mg w as to be remodeled for a hlgh school
The area at the Munex Muncv Creek burldmv
w I5 just adequate for the hlgh school To buxld
an elementarx burldmg on th1s S116 would neces
sxtate the acqursltron of srxteen more acres Thls
was economlcallx lmposslble and educatlonallx un
eleslrable Therefore three S1165 ln or near Munex
were approxed bx the Department of Publlc ln
struetlon for an elementarx bullelmg Transporta
non costs eosts of land and the adequacx of publrc
ut1l1t1es were eonsldered Fmallx srxteen acres
were acqulred south of East Penn Street, west of
VVash1ngton Street and north of New Street ln the
Borough of Muncx ID whrch publlc sewer and
water w ere aa allable fire protectlon was close bs
and gas and electrlc SCIXICCS were on the ground
At Pennsdale two addrtlonal acres were secured
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ln order to finance thls project a School Au
thorltx xx as establlshed 1ts Hrst meetlng vxas held
December 22 1952 the mcorporatlon meetmg on
Februarx 18 1953 The members at that tlme
xxere C C Pfleegor chatrman H 1: Baker YICC
charrman Clarence Lockard treasurer George W
Craxxford ames Hessler lr ack D Stroup Clar
ence H Coodenoxx L C w7llll3mS0H non mem
ber secretarx Alfred ackson non member sohcltor
Smce that date Mr Pfleegor Mr Baker and Mr
Craxxford haxe reslgnecl Mr Walter Hoffman
Xlr D Arthur Clapp and Mr Raxmond Shook
lr haxe replaced them Mr Craxxford and Mr
Hoffman haxe serx ed as chalrmen Mr Coodenoxv
and Mr Shook haxe serxed as xlce chalmmen
Room schedules havmg been approxed bv the
Department of Pubhc lnstructlon Lawrle and
Creen xx ere retained as archttects Stroud and Com
panx as fiscal agent Townsend Elllot and Munson
for bond counsel and the Phrladelphra Natronal
Bank as Trustee
The archltect presentmg plans approx ed bv the
Authorrtx the School Board and the State Depart
ment of Pubhc lnstructron estlmated costs were
obtaxned These costs were such that the Bond
Counsel and the Flscal Agent both lndlcated that
assessed xaluatlon was too loxx to perm1t the rssu
ance of bonds Real or market xalue xxas more
than sufficlent hovxever Wllh the cooperat1on of
the assessors and the resldents of thls area the
assessed xaluatton was then ralsecl approx1matelv
6067 On Februarv 26 1957 blds vxere opened bx
the Authorltx for constructlon of the three projects
On March ll 1957 the brd of Stroud and Com
panx on 51770000 of par xalue bonds at a net
mterest rate of 5 062W was approxed Flfty thou
sand dollars of school d1str1ct funds was placed 1n
the hands of the Trustee 1n addltlon to the bond
lssue On March 28 1957 the follovxmg bldders
acob Cehron Inc general contract of the Muncv
Herre Bros Inc food serx 1ce all three schools
L Lecce Inc electrical contract hlgh school
H H Wemhardt electrlcal contract Pennsdale
and Muncx Elementarx
Emorx L Mtller and Son general contract Muncx
ohn F Mlles and Sons heatmg and xentllatmg
contracts all three schools
Boxd H Kline general contract Pennsdale School
On Aprll 16 1957 a speclal meeting of the
Authontx xxas held ln the Phlladelphla Natronal
Bank Phrladelphla Pa for the purpose of makmg
bond settlement arranglng for trusteeslnp and
constructron of the three bu1ld1ngs Cround was
broken rn March 1957 for all three projects ln
Max of 1958 txxo xxmgs of the Muncx Elementarv
Butldmg xxerc occupled and IH September 1958
school opened for the new term 1n the nevx quar
ters of all three bu1ld1ngs
The Board bv unantmous consent ofliclally
named the bu1ld1ngs
Muncx Elementarx School
Pennsdale Elementarv School
Muncx Hlgh School
Members xx ho serx ed as school drrectors from the
orrgmal plannmg to the present are Howard C
Opp Max L Womelsdorf lVl1chaelAld1sh Wal
ter Hoffman C W1lbert Reeder C S W Rlckolt
Malcolm Mulr Harold Cummlngs Charles Pflee
gor for lVluncv1Vluncv Creek Harrv A Stem
Crant Bussler ames Hessler Secretarx H T
Young Cllfton Frx Cllfford Wentzler and Stuart
Reed for Muncv Townshlp Through the efforts
of these dlrectors and the members of the Authon
tx the Muncx o1nt School Svstem now conslsts of
three modern wellequtpped school bu1ld1ngs ln
whlch the chlldren of thls area have an excellent
opportunltx of recelxxng the best m publxc educa
tlon As of thrs date there are thrrtx elementarx
classrooms ax allable rn vxhlch one room IS used for
spectal eclucatlon Axerage teacher pupll ratlo IS
one to tvxenty elght The hlgh school offers four
regular courses academlc general commerclal vo
cattonal agrtculture and also a speclal educatxon
class There are s1xtx three professlonal emplox ees
of the d1str1ct and the annual budget rs about
S550 000 per xear Th1S amount mcludes S125 400
annual rental for the pavment of the bulldmg
The bond ISSUE IS for fortv xears wlth a 2'f over
rtde xxhtch lf promptlv pald vxtll retxre the bond
lssue ID from 29 to 31 vears
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Thursday November 20 1958 8 OO P M
Muncy Elementary School
Thursday November 20 1958 2 3017 M
Muncy Elementary School
Prax er of DSd1C1fIOD
Placmg of Cornerstone
Howard C Opp
Walter A Hoffman
I Robert Shaffer
Rex erend H Rlchard Wellrver
Presldent Muncx omt School Board
Presldent Muncx omt School Authorxtv
Lawrre and Green Archrtects
PROGRAM OF DEDICATION
Ins ocatlon Rex erend H Rrchard Welllver
Flag Salute Res erend H Rlchard Wellrver
Welcome Howard C Opp
Muncy omt School Authorrty
Muncy lomt School Board
County Superrntendent of Schools
Assrstant County Supermtendent of Schools
Creetrngs from the State Department of Pubhc lnstructlon
C E Croox er SPCC13l1Sl
Solo Bless Thrs House
Presentatlon of Keys to the Burldmg
Wrllram Mlller General Contractor
I Robert Shaffer Lawrre and Green Archltects
Walter A Hoffman Presrdent of School Authorrty
Howard C Opp Presrdent of Iolnt School Board
Introduct1on of Speaker
What Do We Burld When We Burld a School
Harry A Stem
Bureau of School BLll1C11HgS
Mrs ames Dunlap
L C Wrlhamson
Eugene P Bert1n
Mrs ean Delslte
Benedlctron Rex erend H Rrchard Welllver
lnspectron and Open House Frrdax lNox ember 21 1958 7 30 to 10 30 P M
Pennsdale Elementary Burldmg
Muncy Hrgh School Bulldrng
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He shall stand before kings.
.I ONES AND LAUGHLIN
WIRE ROPE DIVISION
It IS a strong and confident man that gets ahead and workln
g1VCS one greater confidence than to have money 1n the bank
CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK
Member 0 Federal Deposit Insurance Corp
HAROLD L KELLER
H erltage Securztzes
Phone 63229 207 Sherman St Muncy P
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Deposits Insured Up to 810,000
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The Best of Luck
THE JUNIOR CLASS
MUNCY HIGH SCHOOL
Atlantlc Servlce Statlon
1 N M MUNCY PA
BOTANY 500 CLOTHES
BOB FREY S
MUNCY MOTOR CO
6 3940 MUN CY PA
09 . ain St. ,
Ph 6-3 05 STETSON HATS
Complim nt of ,
MUNCY LIME PRODUCTS
Ground Burned Llme
KENNETH FROMM Pl nt and Kl t CHIPPEWA
Phon 63005 MUNCY PENNA
GRANGE NEWS AGENCY
Newspapers Self SCYVICC Grocery
BPS Pa1nt Dealer ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES
MUNCY PA Ph ne 69313 CLARKSTOWN PA
Say It W :th F lowers
BRYFOGLE S FLOWERS
LARGEST GROWERS OF FLOWERS
IN LYCONIIING COUINTY
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MURRAY MOTOR CO.
Ford and Mercury
SALES SERVICE PARTS
101 N Main St
Dual 6 3090
GOOD LUCK CLASS OF 59
For food and rest and
a good address
A HOTEL IS BEST
Brooke s Restaurant
E Water St
HILNER S STORE
Free Dell ery
Phone 6 5025
MUNCY SPORTS CENTER
19 W Water St
Donald B Wllt Prop
PERCY L HARRIMAN
ROBEL M MIDGET RACERS
Phone 4 2140
HARVEY F CORSON
Sales and Seruce
ALLIS CHALMERS and
MUN CY PA
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East Water Street,
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CARL L STOVER
Rugs Furmture Beddmg
Franchlsed Dealer for Pennsylxanla House
Cherry and Maple
MIKE S SERVICE
CLOTHING fo' Young Me" PICKUP AND DELIVERY SERVICE
3 6929 WW
358 M k t St WILLIAMSPORT PA
FORT BRADY HOTEL
BETTY S DRESS SHOP THE TOWN SHOP
6 5200 MUN CY PA
MUN CY PEN N A
Phone - Wow It
PHONE 6-5393 5' MUNCY, PA.
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The Young Machinery Company
Manu acturers o
Chemlcal Processmg Equlpment
Compl me t of
63960 MUNCY PENNA
Compl me ts f
DOW S PHARMACY
OLD FORT NURSERY
Beautzjiers of AMOCO SERVICE
Homes HEATING AND DIESEL OILS
6 5305 MUNCY 6 3057
Ngh 69683 'YIUINCY PA
37 . ain St.
Com iment of
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STERN BROS. CLOTHING INC.
Fashions for Young Men
STERNCRAFT CLOTHES-VAN HEUSEN SHIRTS
STEIN S SALES 81 SERVICE
MUNCY DRY GOODS CO
6 3 146 MUNCY PA
MUNCY 31 YEARS OF MONTOURSVILLE
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D l 63220 DEPENDABLE SERVICE D l 88677
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SMITH S TRUCK LINES
WALLIS FUNERAL HOME
H E WALLIS
L J EAKERS GARAGE
RAMBLER MOTOR CARS
65126 MUNCY PA
MUNCY FABRICS INC
121 S. Main Stre
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SPORTS EQUIPMENT THAT S A SURE HIT
WITH EVERY SPORTSMAN
COMPETITIVE SPORTS CONGENIAL COMPANIONSHIP
These are the thmgs that keep a man IH t1p top hape to
enjoy lns work ln th1S busy world
Our pleasant share ln your outdoor llfe and play lS to provide
everythmg you need We are ready to help you select the
rlght equipment or clothlng from our Stock
spawns LOCK HAVEN STORE
MYERS AUTO PARTS Comphmenfs of
SPORTING 300135 THE RITZ THEATRE
HARTER S DRUG STORE
E B MCCUAIG Prop
MUNCY PASTRY SHOP
M MUN CY
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ne 65336 MUNCY' PA- Phone 6-3740 MUNCY, PA
9 S. I ain St. , PA
IT S SMART TO BE THRIFTY
SAVE YOUR MONEY WITH SYSTEM AND SAFETY
The Muncy Banklng Company
Member 0 the Federal Deposzt Insurance Corporatzon
LAD 8: LASSIE SHOP
I fant Wear
T ely G1ftS for All O
HAMILTON a d ELGIN WATCHES
M MUNCY PA
Compl me ts of
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PAUL S STORE
MENS WOMENS a d
CHILDREN S WEAR
SHOES d RUBBER FOOTWEAR
6 3510 MUNCY PA
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