Muncy High School - Canusarago Yearbook (Muncy, PA)

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'fx '3 ,ii 3 ' f Q , ,Af f ,! 1, , -:ff I 1 ff' -4 1 ,fl , .5 8 .- 9 I 4 . A THE l 965 CAN USARAGO Published by The Senior Class of MUNCY HIGH SCHCOL Muncy, Pennsylvania 1 965 75555 1 Nw' W ,Mgr 2,31-' ,Ia is 7553 xl if 1 ,V 1 xp. ,, f2,i5.3.'f553f1l'5 A 31,2 x ffizsws rv: . fegsngl ffggf-refs 'L,. r A ..--me y1aff:.i,ffff.f-, , .wif .wgfegmv JM? Lfifbfff,Fx53fnQ5f'2f?iZ1 5:i?5li,3S5' s':s:5s:zS:ffM1!ssfzss .s wee ,, My Nxougy -:gg A-5 .SM f Q0-,..?f,S4,,4. rw... 25' :E.'1lf55: J? 'fi-:QZ?1I'E:f?f'f2.' 'Ee :W qzazffg-wax . A5 9. ,..wf-1 5 ,few 111.5 1,7245 W.. ,,.,Wx.,,h.,,N ,,,, j..-,1'.g12j5:3g,4f? 1, A lhis, the twenty-third edition of at the greatest statesman of the will soon be given their chance to :re those which helped to make -chuyler, our advisorj Mr. Carl Eur principalg Mrs. Ruth Hartzell, 'eachers. I expect to pass through this world but once, Any good therefore that I can do, or any kindness that I can show to any fellow creature, let me do it now. Let me not defer or neglect it, for I shall not pass this way again. -Anonymous TABLE OF CONTENTS PAGE ADMINISTRATION . . . . . 6 SENIORS .. .. 'I6 CLASSES . . . . 44 ATHLETICS .. .. 58 ACTIVITIES .. .. 74 ADVERTISEMENTS . . . . , . .106 3 X 1542: 4 .V I , in ,,x, , ,,wf?gm1,mP-:fy Ymfv 5 - , -X . -W., DEDICATION ln appreciation for the great heritage he was left us through a period of expansion Jnd growth, for keeping uppermost in hi accomplishments the upgrading of educatioi n general and in our area in particular For his example as a man and educationc leader which has left an indelible mark o our school and our community - we tl' Class of l965 dedicate this, our yearboc Canusarago, to him, our respected formi supervising principal, LaRue C. Williamso Class of 1965 lMr. Williamson died April 2, l965J ' Ullkvwf SCHOOL BOARD Seated, left to right-Charles Pfleegor, Arwood Snyder Wentzler, Alfred Jackson, Robert Eck Dr Donald Wentz Cnon-memberi, Michael Aldish, Dr. J. E. Bontomase, Ier, Clifton Fry. Harold Cummings. Standing-Robert Campbell, Joseph ADMINISTRATION The pohdes of the AAuncy Schods are those estobhshed by the AAuncy Board of Edu- cation, which is composed of nine publicly- elected members, one non-member secretary, and a solicitor. These civic-minded men spend hours of hard work and careful planning, with- out pay, to operate our schools as effectively and efficiently as possible. Our administrators are directly responsible to the School Board. The class of I965 appreciates the work of these nnen and feels that they deserve a great deal of credit for the high grade of education they have produced. President ...... lst Vice-President 2nd Vice-President Secretary ......... Treasurer . Solicitor . OFFICERS .Michael Aldish . ...Clifton Fry Charles Pfleegor .Arwood Snyder . . . .Robert Eck .Alfred Jackson Arwood Snyder Business Manager Mrs Esther Poust ML Word L' Myers Administrative Assistant Supervising Principal ah. Mrs. Ruth Hortzell Mr, Pgul F, Gregh High 501001 Secretory High School Principal 9 Katherine Benion Lila Crawley English, Composition Sgjhool Nurse Terry Crouthamel Michael J. Cummings James Dieh English English French George R. Dietz Fred R. Eshleman Biology, Science Vocal Music Hilda Forley Lawrence W. Grieco Business Education Chemistry, Physics John T. Hose George B. Houseknecht Robert S. Hughes Science, Geography History History 54' Patricia A. Kelch Kennefh L- Knilev Hygiene, Physical Education AIQGIDFG, Geometry J. Alan Little Bessie Lang Industrial Arts Homemaking Barbara K. McClain John B. McLean Laura McVeY Reading Driver Education Eflgfish, Spelling we J Charles O. Neiman Thomas E, O'BoyIe Instrumental Music French Earl L4 Pausf Lynn Faust Vocational Agriculture Social Studies 15 J ' S ami H, l S Bernice H. Rathmell Margaret H. Reuther Guidance Dental Hygienist 'in-s George D. Sauers Stanley T. Schuyler Hygiene, Physical Education Law, Office Practice, Economics, Selling Esther C. Roberts Social Studies Harold P. Shrimp Mathematics Grace C. Wert Librarian Geoffrey R, Wood English Alfred B. Snyder Maryellen Waldron Special Education Mathematics Louise B. Wertmon Robert J. Winn English Business Education Richo rd Zukouckos Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry Dorothy W. Fisher Art CAFETERIA STAFF he - ' An if ' , , 1 F gg.:- ' Q: 5' 'I 'fm ' , Q3 Ti r ' ' V Left to right-Martha Schooley, Sara Sfroup, Jane Harris, Louise Gordner, Mary Waldron Carlene Kennedy, CUSTODIAL STAFF Left to right-Chalmer Crist, Chester Frantz, Harold Kilgus, Carl Pousr. T5 .4 -a .ff .-41. C - 1 L -,- In W' n iv-.QV-t., f A 'ka- .A,-if, :T-251 1- "" X 16 f ff' r , ,K '11,-r. ,fn .gxw ., ,, 1 A h 4 'e-M' :P A A A , , . , .. 4- , F... f ,- . ',fw.'f: A -,., ',i I -Ur .sir Q25-.,, iii? and w g Officers, Front row, left to right-Mr. Thomas O'Boyle, ad- visor, Ronald Speary, treasurer. Back row-Barry Toth, vice- president, Michael Myers, president, Steve Breneisen, secre- ta ry. CLASS MOTTO "Prepare for the future and ye shall never fail" CLASS COLORS Blue and White CLASS FLOWER Red Rose CLASS OF 1965 This year we, the Class of l965, will be wind- ing up our formal duties as we pass the class scroll to our successors-the Class of l966. Since officially organizing three years ago, the class has steadily matured under the guiding hand of our advisor, Mr. Thomas O'Boyle, who successfully led us through such projects as the Easter candy sales, the Christmas card sales, the ordering of name cards and invitations for graduation, the ordering of class jackets, hats, and rings, the magazine sales, and even the class play. ln the years to come, though names may dim and fade, it is certain that Mr. O'Boyle's will always remain fresh in our mem- ones. Our senior year, besides containing many responsibilities, also held some not so serious activities. Some of these events include the all- day farewell party for Mr. Crouthamel fwho never lefti, the marathon trig tests, Mr. Winn's "philosophy" classes, the one-on-one football practices in the "pit" with Mr. "Z", and Mr. Lynn Poust's daily news roundup. As we reminisce about old times at Muncy High, we will certainly never forget Mr. Gresh who gave so freely of his advice and, if need be, discipline so that we would acquire the strong standards which are necessary in today's com- plex society. ln the same light, we owe a debt of gratitude to Mrs. Rathrnell whose many hours of guidance have led us to paths of fu- ture success in our chosen vocational fields. With our passing from the halls of Muncy High School, we hope to continue to live our respective lives according to the sound rules which were impressed upon us by the adminis- tration, faculty, and student body of our alma mater-Muncy High. i Robert Holt Akers Academic Lindo Lee Auchmuty Business Education i Joyce Marie Applegate Business Education if Pace Emmory Bohr Desiree Dee Bolum np, I i Academic All Business Education XX i P ' .ity Mi! may ,. twig USU ii" ff! - i A WMV N J? 1 5 '. E' -i W ' ' If J' fy if il, Q 5, J WM WJ . if J' .XX Ny K, X. fy-3' 'V if 'K N' . . . i Bl 'Xu ny N71 e ' --8' 3 N Yrgmia Elizabeth Boker Q ,I ,QL :C V, RP UF 5 Business Education IN ,xy JV Pj! i ,kip x' NNI? xx L 5VJ4'k ' e . xy M V QQW K ef Q S J H' 'Ne fi .lv 'Q i of i fm QS? ,b fxwfi Gr Vgf - ' J M " X i -J .V iv, W 24 , 'ip ,CP ji i .iqjlkxy W ,L i cl , if Vi' ,V iv Wi L' L, J? ,V ., , V U lj K A B " V 'V ,U , ' ' ,, M . fv , f ,J K, l J r , f Q ,J iv M- PPM -dwg V 33, lg ,QVNJI 'l np' Liu f 1 . JJ Cf I , , 'M ii 1 WU Q Lf 01 'yn X i I i , 1 W H iw ' 'I U .Llf PQ A ' W 'A A ' " 2 'J U lil , i fl ,. .f 1, , ,f 7 ,94 1 KJ. ,cj ,fi 6751 1 gcrcclff? 5 A ffl! Q4 ijyzflba 11,56 aff f07L' Robert William Beck 75.44 , A414 ,eidwff A QL 1 A ,du ' 441, . Y 0. fczfif ffcif fi ,6 4403 Q. L. 2,1 ,V ,W , ,V General 57.1 A Xue I: fri Mildred Annice Burger Roberta .lean Bieber Academic Academic Freddie Lee Blaser Business Education Gary Sherman Bitler Sally Ann Bower Agriculture Academic 20 'Fin Q2bcL71i4yf,, :fc Gmc! fi-7 .Huf c,7L1fQ1f1,t rflrrrcfhl-, lf. XQ wen I-J LQFC Q ,Lkff QM, c jgg, mmf J. wi. Cf ccufccui cl!-AL' ., Inu ic! HCM? f7!Q1f you X lhllwef-144cc,rQQ grad JLfLfQyqx11vu1Q,sg,L!LfLm cfjlr, czhgf ,fLrg,.',,i -LXCHJXL .,L1,,l1J clk ccgx-o,.3 g1:1r,4i cxflznu-11411 .f'LQucfvJ9xqmL, 114, f Q,CrQ!4wgVU'QL"1ll-i17lY '-fl 'LU 2 ZLf1g:'g,..c j1wfUb,4, pq YZKP1 41,1040 ,a,fi':',7 -'V "Keep iff JfI.fCl '.1fri4r.+r ff'1.fY?Adg. 'If f .A , K ic, 5 Wi' Joseph Go ry Brelsford General June Louise Brcgue Steve Michael Breneisen Academic Genera! 1 W Ifkuth Heien Bubb.qK,fff Q-W f VB 'ne s Educaticgrg 'E if 'A ' 5 55,6 Uslxpyg 1 ,' 'rf V, wi. L9 ' 'JJ . r' 'f'2J.!" 'rx , . p rf' .W V ' ff 9' 75, L xi., 1,1.k I y ' -xl - L' M, 1' ' I.: .1 ff' m. D ', fx, r w r A r -.7 .f,. 24 X Q ,nab Qc' X "Y if My , Kathryn May Brown if-of fx' ,Xie 'Rf , 1 Sherry Lee Budman Academic ' fy ,X sy Af' . uw , General ffxn ,nf Cikgf Sw' 1' N H1 -"X X A J Q12 '1 ,J xx " 51 W ., cw- :QQ MJ. 'X Nfl "1 . N' ff W W Er O, ,W X 1 ' if fx W l 'i 'l I 1 l e ,f i f , . f l V, i, M i ,' - ' :if Cynthia Darlene Burrows Business Education Iliff' Iv.. ' I i l i i L ,i,, L , . D HJ ' 'l X l l 4 X if l ll ,if it,' Z f Mr Susan Jean Campbell Academic Joyce Elizabeth Cunningham Academic Ronald Douglass Curley Academic Robert Edward Dalton Academic 22 Anne Louise DeWaId Academic Susie Alta Dildine General Sharon Rae Dugan General Diana Lee Dunn General Daryl Edson Edwards General Bonnie Faye Egli Business Education 23 Stephen Lee Eschenbach Academic , ,a "X gm ws liz ...mcfww Fay Elizabeth Farley Business Education l 1-. X, 'i TXEmi.k.ixs is Xfw il-XX ,,,:Xgtm,m.ifc .f31'.3L C-J'--A .W-L . N. Chu vim "X 2 M x jiifivs-.-. .Q in ,A.ia.:Lf.V.:4 1.3 . fly 1 . ,V f 5 1 . w,Q29.fm... ..,1,g,3..,,. ,EMM 'X 'fx :J - 1, e'f,.5w'Le..X5a1is,m,2'f.5g'-.if-i1,F.4,m,4L,3,. ,. we . 3 Connie Lou Fahnestock Candace Lynn Feigles Academic Academic -4 Ulf, 1 -. w G, l 1 H Qcznclfqk liyr'ln?FLQuent Y- , l XL sl S 44 Q . Ig lb' ' Af,'ie'sHf'f X f., , . l - x, ,1 ,L fl la. 51 Aix" cf'l H. K U' Af lu l ' "'l d X u if A V f x "' Y . XC ,l h xx y1n:.J,'f, A X It ,,l lx J 3 LVL. Mary Anna Fensfermacher H L. if 5' J LQ Jac Al", Ralph Wayne Fogelman Business Education if I .A V 'A' 'ml' divx! V , Lk . Agriculture .1 k xl .rl 'bil' W ZH. W ':rI,A,i-' K.s.5gKw'l bu, Jw V fllff1,'k l x-'l' V. H X 24 '- X +V' -A lx Fl ,1- .. Nl ,Ui .2 ,.. " ,, " A ' ,Xe 2 '-V fl l 1' P P E I S QV L X Q, . . ' l x H 4 .J yl-- Ulla 1 fl- ll ,X I 134 ' : ' ' N A ,F .l ' I- x 1 1 'V ll, M. I l " .' :-V K V. b L, 11, lsr: ll A . tv -' l, x , ,l , fjxl rl -. z K , '-' fly. ' L ry? .J l l- L l ll' V 1' ll . lk. ll" ' , Hg. ,, fx- L ' ' l 5 ln' M ,Af ,- fl 1 I Daphne Lee Frey General Jeffery Tyler Foley Christine Ann Fruet General Academic l Leon Jay Gardner Academic Donald Anderson Gardner Donald Russell Gray Academic General 25 Timothy Wayne Gruver General Eugene Andrew Halderman General Jacqueline Lee House Academic Ga ry eff, QQNT :fa g Q by Zgykip Louis Kenneth Heddings Agriculture 26 Marilyn June Herman Academic Albert Wayne Irwin Business Education Dwight Donald Long General John Charles Lovell Academic Gary Roger Lowe VL.. Q 1.1. P. , 1, , 1. 1 Betty ,Lola Lowry ' 1. Academic 5 xp Aoadehvic , W . Y V Joi , .4 I , , i Q 1 , . ' W f1' 1 , . L 1 - 1 X Larry Leon Lowe ll 'l x la r-lv l General ' A ,M J , 1 k ' , '. W 27 11- ' Sharron Eileen McCarty Business Education l i Patricia Ann McCarty Carmen Mock General Academic Michael Lenwood Myers Academic Linda Lee Mausf Charles John Neiderberger Business Education Academic Grant Marvyn Nuss, Jr. Agriculture Ccthleen Foy Neitz Robert Brass O'Connor Business Education K IMA? AcadeE?rc J ,ff dimuwf MV 'vffllf ff' X, 1 bv ",,vLi. if jk WU' Sl. K 1 , we 'Id ,Al irvfdjvi-ful!!! PMIIVLL, V , OF J' C Vwijiyjpydnxp, ,4 fy if' 0' , pf' "1,.'i' 'z Donald Louis Peeling General Delos Frayer Page Michael Warren Peterman General Academic ' 29 Robert Don Pidgeon Academic Steven Carl Poust General Kathy Louise Roger Business Education A Garry Lee Ritter Business Education James Rennel Rodarmei Business Education Academic Wh JE? gli Babb WJ' 'NSW . . Vw W ef HW ,eff ,ec i is ,X X- , .. , ao -ijvrn XJ NN, f G L Catherine Jane Schenck .,f . ,nd A ' A., .JF k mt . i ,A - V AA if ,Lv L I1 Jane Elizabeth Schoch Academic ,lf Dara Len Shadduck Academic Sha ron Louise Shaffer Academic Frank Larue Sherwood Academic Eric Wayne Shoemaker Academic 31 Vicky Lee Shook Business Education Lillian Blanch Smith Academic V Wi .W-fx Keith Arwood Snyder Academic lp Q . Qual uy.i:.lhm Lo Q-lla, , clfca. ,Lx Lccclluwi :L ML" fp l,v..-?Ll-,Lf X ,Q A T T, -4 fULe1ll1K45x-7 Y Q-ml, QQ ,rj-,J 1f.m.,m.i,, ' -. ' ,4 ,if Wim- DAQ' K , if in f. yin: ...r J- Edward Alan Spec ry Academic Robert Carl Tobias fill' f ll' . X .i Agriculture R0n0lCl EUQSVWQ SDSUVY Borry1'Douglass"'. oth Business Education Aggdemikj A l if 32 I X. ll l . Q A ,X 7 . M1 S 1 . rf. , L w . -IAQ r 1 'x ,1 .V Joyce 'Ann Wagner ' , Academic? u ,F l .xl lv Catherine Elizbeth Troutman Mary Catherine Waldron General Academrc ' 1 Ki" l ,' , uf! ri A H 5 t l- if . uv l ik, ,N In Ye Lf 1 'N ll W ' 'MD' 7' f-R l 1 :NJ M .j xx James Britton Walton V X f General bl . Xp' x X, ,N X A X M .. ' M at Kqfhwhftlfnn Wall ' Harley Lowell Warren l !AQUd6lf'nic Academic 33 r xr elk .y , Kathryn Irene Weaver Roland Bruce Wenzel Business Education Academic Lindo Joyce Weaver 4144! I Business Education HJ ltd: ' X N 1. Louise Anne Wert Dolores Irene Wilt we Academ' - , Academic 1 ,, v ' BC . , f - wi" -1, 1.15 V my A N K ' --7 J 4. 1 f ,Yu ' 'z ' 3 , V' W' V' FX V' X K' J ' .t 1 ', f L f ' V7 ya' ' AQCG' ft z j. 'V NPI . . 1, We Sherla Annette Whntmoyer A, J-' gf' KQONK General ' e . , 'J -X 'N J ' ,ve- , V , 0, rx ,- 2 if - xy' N32 A rX,Qf rj - 75 r jj SZ, f' a 34 ax.. - fi ' 1 D r X , 1 ,J In Mb f dwg, ve. ,ge r, A V. . Mnxlcl, w 1 ff' Xe if f 'Jw J L, L L J K," JAGQX, jg! Kathryn Elizabeth Wood Patricia Ann Yagel Academic Business Education WE'LL MISS YGU, MUNCY HIGH . . . Yes, we'll miss dashing from class to class in an impossible three minutes, the fire drills during phys, ed. class, cramming for history quizzes over lunch, the mad rush at l2:29 every day, the Monday morning drag, our swinging home rooms, the athletic games we lost and won, those stunning bookkeep- ing tests, those pencil sharpeners that never worked, and, of course, we'll miss the classroom grapevine of news. We'll remember the good times-our class play, physics labs, parties for teachers, study halls, senior slop day, the class trip to New York City, class day, making palm trees for the prom land the search for a pool thot didn't Ieakl, our beautiful May Day, and most of all--Graduation Day, And so, Muncy High School, as you have kept us in your halls, remember us who loved you-the class of l965. 35 IN MEMORY OF uyene gorofzer sigma We knew you only for a while, But long enough to care. You slipped away through Heaven's door, Your lite we cannot share. -the Class of l965 This page is respectfully dedicated by the class of 1965 to the memory of Hurley Eugene Gordner, Jr., a fellow class- mate who died on April l3, 1954. Although only seven years I od at the time, he made the fond impression on each ot us which prompts this dedication to him. 36 IN MEMORY OF Jacf yjazzyfarf ls it so small a thing To have enjoy'd the sun, To have liv'd light in the spring, To have lov'd, to have thought, to have done? -Matthew Arnold The class of 1965 respectfully dedicotes this page to the memory of Jack Wood Banghart, who passed away on March 7, 1964. Jack was an active member of the Senior High Student Council and played on the football team. He was also a very good student, especially capable in the field of chemistry-his vocational choice. The senior class will always cherish the memory of Jack's warm personality which added a brightness to our high school days. 37 BEST NATURED Connie Fohnestock, Steve Brenelsen MOST ATHLETIC Susan Campbell, Carmen BEST LOOKING M T TE Betty Lou Lowry Ronald Speory os COUR ous dll? Q BEST DRESSED Sharron McCarty, Jeff Foley MOST STUDIOUS Christine Fruet, Michael Myers MOST LIKELY T0 SUCCEED Kathy Wood, Barry Toth MOST WITTY Daphne Frey, Froyer Page N Rx Sees. N fc. u. -of if-:Lf nf--M gy 'R N ' S, WW.- xi X. G . . .As-Qc N wr,-.f-.1 +, 1 axis.: K X x A l L X X . 1-mf., lc ,L .wa A, V X S., X . , s xy K - - N si xg, X e - Xu Q,..,,xss.X is , N . x . , N . S ' x Angela Myles Miss Angela Myles, a resident of Dalkeith, Australia, has been enrolled as a student here in Muncy High School. Miss Myles has been given the opportunity to spend a year in the United States through an exchange program of the Ro- tary Club. Angela was chosen from among other applicants on the basis of intelligence, appear- ance, and personality, We in Muncy are fortun- ate and honored by having the opportunity to host this friendly and personable young lady. While in Australia, Angela spent her spare time surfing, swimming, playing tennis and squash, and going to drive-ins and beach parties. In school she especially enjoyed studying history and math. Her activities here in Muncy High School include membership in the gymnastic team and the chorus. When Angela returns to Australia next year, she expects to attend a university and major in liberal arts. ln Cairo, Egyptf SENIORS Well, you con'r win them ull. How do you suppose we did Thor? LV ill Smile you're on candid camera. Mock election: Q Republican speaks Our class ring. Al Working hard, Tallying ballots of mock election AND MORE 'Q Homework under discussion. It went that-a-way! All set to work. 12-2 homeroom. The learning process. x 'IT' 42 Nice floor TI'1ey've got here SENIORS Whor do you soy, ref? P. wr sfudymgv we fi! Y Gravy train! ,H " I 8:45 A.M. ' . ls this for real? 43 Surprise? ,ll yy Fancy meeting you here. CLASS OFFICERS AND ADVISOR First row, left to right-Mr. Richard Zukauckas, advisor, Jay Schively, president, Second row-Mary Lee Dugan, treasurer, Third row-Gloria Kiefer, secretary, Peggy Campbell, vice- president. Junior Class The junior class was led this year by Mr. Richard Zukauckas with the assistance of Mr. Fred Eshleman Highlights of the year's activities in- cluded the sale of Christmas cards and wrapping paper, the sponsoring of the Junior-Senior Prom, and the receiving of class rings. ln addition to making their own class a success, the juniors contributed to a prof- itable year at Muncy High School, in gen- eral, by being represented in almost every extra-curricular activity available. CLASS OF '66 Robert Harriman Nancy Harris John Hartman Ernest House Diane Hill James Jacobs Patricia Johnson Scott Kepner Gloria Kiefer Robert Koch Melissa Krause Virginia Laurenson Ronald Long Joyce Lupold Jane Martin Linda Maurer William Merrill Dale Milheim William Milheim Darrel Miller Deborah Miller Marilyn Miller Nancy Miller Patricia Moore Ann Muir Cassandra Murray Carol Neitz John Nielsen Catherine Nuss Carol Oberdorf Paul Overdorf David Pauling Gail Peterman Charles Pfleegor Roger Rathmell .lean Reeder Karen Reynolds Carl Richart Sally Richlin Nancy Rider Carl Robbins Jerry Rodarmel David Rupert Karen Schiffhauer Jay Schively Thomas Schoch Susan Shadowens Barbara Shaner Richard Sherwood Milford Snyder Gloria Sones Jerry Sones Claudia Springer Linda Stone Helen Swartz Judy Taylor Robert Thomas William Thursby Thomas Wentzler Donald Wilt Robert Wilt Susanne Wilt Lee Wornelsdorf Janet Woodside Judith Zarr Scott Zerbe Carl Zimmerman Absent' Terry Bressler Chester Jacobs Dean Stover I CLASS OFFICERS AND ADVISOR First row, left tn right-Mr, Earl Poust, advisory Larry Sones, vice-president. Second row-Tom Miller, presidentg Diane Frisch, secretaryg Diane Ihrig, treasurer. CLASS OF '67 Sophomore Class This year the sophomore class was organized under the guidance of Mr. Earl Poust. The class's main activity was the sale of Easter candy. The profits from this project will go toward the sponsoring of the Junior-Senior Prom in their junior year and the financing of the yearbook in their senior year. 15... Cynthia Allen Donald Andrews Edwin Ashton Sharon Ashton Carolyn Auchmuty Donna Ault Roger Bachle Constance Bohr James Balliet Dana Balum Betty Barto Marie Bird Elizabeth Bordy Edward Breneisen Diane Brooke Paul Brown Rebecca Burkholder William Burkholder Joseph Byerly Cynthia Carlucci David Charles James Confer Betty Carson William Covert Fay Crawford Mary Lou Dalton Frank DeWald Catherine Dugan Michael Eckman Gale Ellis Sylvan Fenstermacher Cheryl Fetter Ruth Fisher Pamela Florent Gary Fogelman Diane Frisch Jean Hessler Mark Hester David Hofer Dara lhrig Diane lhrig Harold Jacobs Donald Kohler Michael Keiser Ralph Kemrer Nancy Kennedy Cary Keyser Wilbur Klees Jane Landis Steven Lee Frederick Little Charles Lonq Roberta Lowry David Lucas Robert McBride Martin McCabe Gene McCarty Jorene McCarty Carol Maurer Charles A. Michael Charles V. Michael Linda Milheim Connie Miller Howard Miller Thomas Miller Peggy Minier Sandro Moore Barbara Muir Donald Myers Peggy Ott Sherry Oyster Frank Plotts Elsie Poust Kimber Roger Stephen Rathmell Terry Richart Betty Jo Richlin Thomas Ritter Robert Robb Charles Rosenbaum Lynn Sager James Sander Eileen Schneider Richard Schneider Nancy Schodt Anna Sheatler Scott Shoemaker Elaine Smith Connie Snyder Donald Snyder Robert Soars Sheri Soler Larry Sones Kenneth Springman Zebbie Stevens Thomas Stroup Linda Temple Richard Thursby William Tobias Thomas Trimble John Turner Judy VanBuskirk Wayne Vondine Christina Warren Vicki Warren George Wentzler Richard Wert Larry Wertman Harry Young Absent: Edith Baker Dale Fiester Frank Sanes W , , Vincent Shook, Third Row-Richard Sieg, Gary Scam, Robert Reuther, Ronald Sones, Jan Pfleegar, Nancy Reed, Jay Rarig, Frederick Neece, Dennis Schwenk, Harry Ship- man, Sue Nielsen. Absent-Steven Seid. First Row, left to right-William Odon, Connie Ptirman, Suellen Miller, Ruth Pewterbaugh, Sue Ann McCarthy, Shirley Miller, Rhonda Rarig, Second Row-Mary Nuss, John Schneider, Donald Neiderberger, Kathy Lyons, Car- rie Lupold, Robert Shaheen, Barbara Mack, Harry Snyder, CLASS OF '68 ling, Third Row-Rodger Springman, Terry Stutzman, Kenneth Yagel, James Stanley, Larry Wilson, .John Yocurn, Ross Yagel, Jeffrey Young, Susan Warren, Gail First Row, left to right-Vera Snyder, Linda Vermilyo, Margaret Turner, Jeffery Waltman, Margaret Sedam, Christine Young, Richard Springer. Second RowdJane Stover, Regina Robbins, Dennis Wertrnan, Steven Wall, Wertman. Absent-Robert Taylor, Shirley Robb. Gene Stover, Gary Weaver, Jane Ulrich, Bonnie Wood- First Row, left to right-Joseph Richlin, Lana Merrill, Collins Maurer, Charles Oden, Lane Kisner. Second Row -David Ritter, Mary McCarty, Kathy McKee, Todd Liv- ingston, Thomas Reuther, Hurley Poust, Kermit Miller, Donald Plotts. Third Row-Vickie lseley, Patricia Maust, Catherine Lupold, Edward Ott, Aleta Long, Nancy Lucas Lonnie Persun, Cheryl Long, Bertha Narber, Jeanne Mc- Carty, Jan Nixon. Absent-Kenneth Moore, Jean Jacobs Leroy Mosteller. CLASS OF '70 First Row, left to right-George Walton, Robert Zarr, Larry Yocum, Nancy Sieg, Barbara Sherwood, Richard Wall, Debra Seaman. Second Row-John Soler, Ann Per- sun, Susan Pauling, James Temple, Steve Warren, Daniel Wertman, Marlene Swartz, David Whitmoyer, Deborah O'DonnelI, Nancy Wilt, Patricia O'DelI. Third Row4Jo- anne Rhine, Nanci Yearick, Gail Sullivan, Marilyn Wentz- ler, Barry Stiger, Walter Sander, Roger Wilson, Robert Shiffhaurer, Samuel Ryder, Roger Sones, Victoria Thomp- son, Jerry Watson. Absent-Gary Sanderson. 1 Chow Time Now what? f - fe X :Wg . .L ? I-er' S QF A f ' if v , Creating ci master piece. Only three minutes to get to the next class A stitch in time saves nine. -uw 56 ,,....--' , fl xx .. ,1 Charge! Soy, Mike, you lust cur off your finger. I wonder if Frenchmen learn English this way? Where is my sccpel? , , The nine most beautiful girls in our school 57 I4 ILETICS --VAVNKMQQAL QA ki 4,44 :X ,X '. .x -f' -1, xg.-,N , -W .,.- , .,,KK.,X ' 'f X VARSITY: First Row, left to right-Larry Sones, .lay Shlvely, Ronald Speary, Daryl Edwards, Larry Lowe, Jerry Sones. Second Row-Michael Peterman, Charles Neider- berger, Steve Breneisen, Bill Tobias, John Lovell, Scott JUNIOR VARSITY: First Row, left to right--James Bal- Iiet, Richard Alexander, Thomas Stroup, David Hofer, Paul Brown, Dana Balum, Dale Milheim. Second Row- Larry Wertman, Martin McCabe, James Jacobs, Frank Decker, Carmen Mack. Third Row-Michael Myers, Steve Poust, Robert Pidgeon, Steve Rathmell, Keith Snyder, James Walton. Plofts, Donald Kohler, Charles Third Row-Charles A. Michael, as Miller, Steve Rothmell, Ralph Scott Zerbe, Charles V. Michael, Long, Paul Overdorf, John Hartman, Thom- Kemrer, Harry Young, Ed Breneisen. FOOTBALL SCORES Muncy .... l 8 Canton ..... .... l 3 Muncy .... I4 Warrior Run . . .... 19 Muncy .... O Montoursville ...... 25 Muncy .... 25 Mifflinburg ,..,... 6 Muncy .... I2 Northumberland .... 28 Muncy .... 25 South Williamsport .33 Muncy .... l2 B. E. N. ........... 53 Muncy .... 6 Hughesville ... . . . ,l9 Muncy .... l2 Loyalsock . . . . . . .32 Muncy .... l3 Montgomery . . .... 30 3 South Williamsport, o hard fought contest un der the lights. With a nucleus of thirteen seniors on the squad, the Indians opened the season with an impressive l8-l3 victory over Canton and a heartbreaking loss to Warrior Run, l9-l4 From that point on, however, lack of size and key injuries permitted only one more victory, a 25-6 conquest of Mitflinburg. Possibly the best showing of the season came in the loss to Muncy's representative on the West Branch all-stars squad in the annual Thanksgiving Day was end Robert Pidgeon, the lndian's top scor er and ground gainer. Football coaches-Mr. Robert Winn, Mr. Stanley Schuy- ler, Mr. Richard Zukauckas, and Mr. Kenneth Kniley. .wet Managers-Gary Fogleman and Tom Ritter. ,... , . .i . - Co-captains Steve Poust and Ronald Speary Kneeling-Mr. George Houseknecht, coach. Standing, left Ted Griggs, Bob Pidgeon, Barry Toth, John Lovell, Carmen to right-Darrel Miller, Charles Neiderberger, Bob Akers, Mack. Gary Harris, Bob O'Connor, John Brink, Steve Rathmell, BASKETBALL COACHES-Mr. Richard Zukauckas, junior high, Mr, George Houseknecht, varsity, Mr. Robert Winn, junior varsity. 62 Mr. George Houseknecht came out of retirement to guide the Indians for the i964-65 season and led them to a 4-I7 season, 4-I4 in league ploy. He was faced with a lack of exoerience and had to build the team around lone letterman, Carmen Mack. After a winless first half, the Indians won four of the final nine games, including the last three, and Mack's scoring, surged over this span, enabled him to gain the league scoring title with 358 points, good for a 19.9 average. Graduating team members include Bob Akers, Gary Harris, John Lovell, Carmen Mack, Charles Neiderberger, Bob O'Con- nor, Bob Pidgeon, and Barry Toth. Under Mr. Robert Winn, the Jciyvees got off to a slow start but completed the season with a respectable IO-il record, led by Bob Koch with 3l7 points. Along with Koch, next year's varsity roster will include Scott Zerbe and Jim Fairchild. JUNIOR VARSITY Kneeling, left to right-Don Myers, Larry Wertmon, Dale Don Snyder, Jim Fairchild, Dick Wert, Howa d M ller Milheim, Bob Koch, Scott Zerbe, Marty McCabe, Cary Don Kohler, Bill Covert, Paul Brown. Absent-Tom Rltte Keyser. Standing-Mr. Robert Winn, Coach, Jim l-lartman, SCORES VARSITY JUNIOR VARSITY Muncy Lewisburg . . . Muncy Lewisburg . . . . Muncy Millville ..... Muncy Millville ..... Muncy Warrior Run . . Muncy .... Warrior Run . Muncy Loyalsock .... Muncy Loyalsock ..... Muncy Montgomery .... Muncy Montgomery . . . Muncy Montoursville .... Muncy Montoursville . . . Muncy West Snyder .... Muncy West Snyder ,... Muncy South Williamsport Muncy South Williamsport Muncy Northumberland . Muncy Northumberland . Muncy Hughesville ..... Muncy Hughesville . Muncy Mifflinburg . . . Muncy Mifflinburg . . . Muncy B. E. N. ..... Muncy B. E. N, .... .. Muncy Wg.-rior Run , , , Muncy Warrior Run . . . Muncy Loyalsock . , . Muncy Loyalsock . . . . . Muncy Montgomery .... Muncy Montgomery ..... Muncy Montoursville . . . Muncy Montoursville . , . . Muncy South Williamsport MUVICY South Williamsport Muncy Northumberland l Muncy Northumberland .. Muncy Huglqegville ,,,,, Muncy Hughesville . . . Muncy Mifflinburg . .. Muncy Mifflinburg . .. Muncy ..,. B. E. N. .... Muncy B. E N. VARSITY First row, left to right-Mr, Earl Poust, coach, Roger Rathmell, Rodger Springmcn, Jay Schively, Second row-Fred Akers, Bill Tobias, Leon Johnson, I-larry Young, Harley Warren, Third row-Bob Beck, Gary Lowe, James Harmon, Jeff Foley, Dana Balum, Roger Campbell. WRESTLING COACHES-Mr. Alfred Snyder, junior high, Mr. Lynn Poust, junior varsity, Mr, Earl Poust, varsity. 64 With only four returning Iettermei., Coach Earl Poust was faced with the prospect of building a completely new team for the I964-65 season. Hurt by lack of experience, the Indians com- pleted the season with a 3-6 record in league action and a 4-IO overall. Al- though the record was not as impres- sive as in past years, the abundance of freshmen and sophomores on the squad indicates Muncy will again be a power in the years to come. Graduating per- formers include Harley Warren, Jeff Foley, Gary Lowe, and Bob Beck. Under Coach Lynn Poust the J. V. wrestlers compiled a fine 8-4 log, an- other indication of future mat power. Undefeated for the J. V.'s were Steve Wall and Gary Eogelman. JUNIOR VARSITY First row, left to right-Dave Bardo, Larry Gardner, Steve Long, Charles A. Michael, Third row-Jeff Young Robert Wall, Gary Fogelman, Larry Sones, Dave Pauling, Harry Taylor, George Gordner, Terry Stutzman, Ken Yagel Mike Young. Second row-Mr. Lynn Poust, coach, Gene Eckman, Mike Davis. McCarty, Fred Akers, Richard Sieg, Lynn Sager, Charles Varsity Scores ,.5'- .. Muncy .... Warrior Run .. Muncy Loyalsock .... Muncy Montgomery .. Muncy Selinsgrove ..... Muncy Montoursville . . . Muncy South Williamsport Muncy Williamsport .... Muncy Northumberland . Muncy .... Shamokin ...... Muncy Hughesville . . . Muncy Mifflinburg .. Muncy Lewisburg .. uncy B. E. N. ....... . Muncy Jersey Shore .... Junior Varsity Scores Muncy Warrior Run ,... Muncy Loyalsock ...... Muncy Montgomery .. Muncy Selinsgrove ..... Muncy Montoursville . . . Muncy South Williamsport Muncy Williamsport .... Muncy Mifflinburg ..... Muncy Northumberland . Muncy Shamokin ....,. Muncy Lewisburg ..,. Muncy Jersey Shore .. if , Je . Roger Campbell-95 lb, class Individual Distinctions: Williamsport Invitational Tournament Runner-up East Central Sectional Champion District No. 4 Runner-up GYM TEAM First row, Iett to right-Mr. Sauers, Larry Lowe, Ronald Speary, Fred Blaser, Connie Fahne- stock, Cathy Waldron, Sharon Dugan. Second row-Steve Breneisen, Frayer Page, Jay Gardner, Daphne Frey, Nancy Akers, Roberta Burns, Vicki Auker. Third row-Barry Stiger, Bill Merrill, Lee Womelsdorf, Sheri Soler, Betty Jo Campbell, Jackie Soler, Lana Merrill. Fourth row- Thornas Reuther, John Soler, John Frisch, Linda Brooke, Nancy Wilt, Loretta Dugan, Victoria Ault. Fifth row-Kenneth Moore, Candy Buck, Peggy Campbell, Jane Schoch, Susan Campbell. Jackie House, Darla Gardner. Probably the least publicized of all athletic organizations at Muncy High School, the gym team, under the direc- tion of Mr. George Sauers, has rapidly grown to a major status. The thirty-five members, though in training all year, practice extensively during the mid-winter and spring sea- sons. The goal of each gymnast is to acquire, through the perfection of his skill, a gold medal at one ofthe several competitive meets in which the gym team participates. Mr, George Sauers instructing a Larry Lowe performing on the student. high bar. 66 Lee Womelsdorf on the box. GQ Ron Speary on the parallel bars. Steve Breneisen on the rings. SWR Bill Merrill doing a back flip. Vicki Auker on the mars. Sharon Dugan on the uneven parallel bars First row, left to right-Eileen Schneider, Susan Campbell, captain, Diane lhrig. Second row-- Diane Frisch, Jane Schoch, Jackie l-lause, Jackie Detrick. Third row-Candy Buck, Peg Campbell. CHEERLEADERS SENIORS-Jackie Hause, Susan Campbell, and Jane Schoch. 68 Cheerleading is perhaps the most de- manding ot all school activities, for the nine girls on the varsity squad are active the year round. Throughout the fall and winter, they lead the cheering at all varsity athletic contests and conduct several pep rallies. With the coming of spring, they enter several cheerleading competitions, including the West Branch and Central Penn competitions. Following these activi- ties try-outs are conducted to choose girls for both the varsity and the junior varsity squads for the coming year. The cheerleaders have done a fine job this year and have become a poised, pre- cision team. Both squads are under the direction of Mrs. Patricia Kelch. First row: Susan Campbell, Jane Schoch, Peggy Campbell, Cand B k. Secorud Row: Eileen Sch 'd ' ' y uc ner er, Diane Frisch, Jacqueline Hause, Jackie Detrlck, Diane lhrig. Kneeling: Vickie Auker Sl' JUNIOR VARSITY ndin I f . a g, ef to right: Linda Vermilya, Betty Jo Campbell, Margaret Turner, Jackie Saler, Roberta Burns. sl ' ' ills: I :F - ieifli 69 JUNIOR HIGH SPORTS l964-65 saw the organization of a Junior High Sports Program at Muncy High School. Under the direction of Mr. Robert Winn, the ninth grade football team learned the funda- mentals ofthe sport and competed in 2 games, defeating Hughesville 24-O while tying War- rior Run O-O. They also scrimmaged several teams. George Sauers took the reins of the seventh and eighth graders, and divided them into four different teams, Although they did not compete interscholastically, they gained experience necessary for success in the years to come. Mr. Richard Zukauckas directed the Junior High Basketball Program and divided his boys into a varsity and JV team. Competing in a four-team league, the varsity went undefeated in six games and kept their record unblemish- ed by defeating Warrior Run in the final game of the West Branch J. H. Tournament by a 44-23 score. The Junior varsity, playing before each varsity game had a final 2-4 record. Under Mr. Alfred Snyder's guidance, the seventh and eighth grade wrestlers learned the basic fundamentals of their sport, al- though they did not compete with other schools, Their season was highlighted by a tournament held among themselves to deter- mine the best among them. NINTH GRADE First row, left to right-Michael Davis, Larry Gardner, Jeffery Waltman, Richard Baker, Roger Campbell, Louis English, Mr. Robert Winn, Second vow-James Stanley, Richard Seig, Marvin Eichenlaub, Steven Wall, Jeffrey FOOTBALL Young, John Schneider. Third row-Robert Reuther, Wayne Bradburn, William Barlow, Gary Saam, Rodger Springman, Leon Johnson, Kenneth Yagel. ,Q 2 Ev H af V 1 tg' we ff 9 " Q C x Lovell for one! Going for the bomb, Break him down. SPORTS SCENES Up for grabs Foley in command. Words of wisdom. What do I do now? 5 l Carmen Mack holds the League scoring rifle with a total of 358 points in basketball, and a l9.9 average. Open field ahead. On the move. 73 HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES First row, left to right-Larry Bubb, Sheri Soler, Jane Hartman, Robert Ellis, Cheryl Long, Jerry Watson, Chris- tine Hall, Joanne Rhine, Vincent Shook. Second row- James Colburn, Kaye McClain, Ann Fairchild, Larry Pauling, Larry Watson, Ruth Pewterbaugh, Carol Bubb, Linda Verrnilya, Jackie Soler, Betty Jo Campbell, Henry Frey, Ann Coppes. Third row-Janet Woodside, Mary Lee Dugan, Kathy Weaver, Donna Ault, Dara lhrig, Cary Keyser, Diane lhrig, Connie Fahnestack, Roger Campbell, Susan Campbell, Pat Johnson, Pat Moore. Fourth row- James Stanley, Harry Young, John Helldorfer, Richard Decker, Barry Toth, Steve Rathmell, Robert Dalton, Michael Myers, John Hartman, Eddie Breneisen, William Thursby, Tom Schoch. STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council was in its second year as a completely reorganized group. Under the new system the Junior and Senior High Stu- dent Councils were combined into one legisla- tive body which is made up of a Senate-two members from each grade-and a House of Representatives-two members from each home room. Each house has its respective elected of- ficers as in the United States Congress. Chosen by the president of the Student Council is a cabinet, composed of the chairmen of the stand- ing committees and the Executive Committee. The Student Council, this year, engaged in such activities as the sale of peanuts, the writ- ing of a new constitution. and the sponsoring ofa coat check at the annual Sorority Ball and the May Day Dance. The officers of the Executive Committee are as follows: President .... . .Ronald Speary Vice-president .......,,.... Thomas Schoch Secretary of the Treasury . .Sharron McCarty Secretary of the State .... ..... M ichael Myers Speaker of the House ........... Barry Toth Clerk of the House ...,...... Kathy Weaver President Pro Tem. of the Senate. .Kathy Wood Clerk ofthe Senate ............ Diane Frisch Chairmen of the standing committees are as follows: Rules .......,....., ...... R obert Dalton Ways and Means . . . . . .Connie Fahnestock Project ........... . . .Eric Shoemaker Social Affairs ......... ...... K athy Wall Student Government . . . . .Sue Campbell Service and Welfare . . .... Gary Lowe STUDENT COUNCIL SENATE Seated, left to right-Diane Frisch, Kathy Wood, Jan Pfleegor, Jane Brague, Linda Fisher. Standing, left to right-James Wood, John Reuther, Jeff Young, Thomas Miller, Ernest House, Thomas Reuther. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Left to right-Barry Toth, Michael Myers, Thomas Schoch, Ronald Speary, Diane Frisch Kathy Weaver. 77 1 Seated left to right Desiree Balum Fay Farley Kathy Applegate Michael Petermon Barry Toth Mr Stanley Weaver Louise Wert Sally Bower Christine Fruet Schuyler Michael Myers Keith Snyder Connie Fahnes Standing left to right Virginia Baker Ruth Bubb Joyce tack Bruce Wenzel CAN USARAGO STAFF Louise Wert Editor The making of this book the l965 Canusar ago took the cooperation of the faculty and students and the hard work of the yearbook staff We would like to thank all those who helped and we hope that this book will be an accurate record of the academic year as well as o memory book of MHS Working under the capable guidance of Mr Stanley Schuyler the following staff members produced the l965 Canusarago: Editor-in-Chief, Louise Wert, Business Manager, Joyce Apple- gate, Head Layout Editor, Christine Fruet, as- sistants, Michael Peterman, Sally Bower, Copy Editors, Michael Myers, Keith Snyder, Photo- graphy Editor, Bruce Wenzel, Sports Editor, Barry Toth, Advertising Managers, Sharron Mc- Carty, Connie Fahnestock, Subscription Man- agers, Desiree Balurn, Grant Nuss, Art Editor, Sharon Dugan, Head Typist, Kathy Weaver, as- sistants, Ruth Bubb, Virginia Baker, Charles Neiderberger, Fay Farley. Also assisting the staff were Gloria Kiefer and Pam Aldish who will be Editor and Layout Editor, respectively, next year. The photographer takes a meter reading. EDITORIAL STAFF All set to work. The yearbook under discussion Left to right-Bruce Wenzel, Photography Edirorg Joyce Applegate, Business Managerg Chris time Fruet, Lay-out Editorj Louise Wert, Editor-in-Chief. 79 EDITORIAL STAFF Seated, left to right-Eric Shoemaker, co-editor, Sandra Florent, literary editor, Christine Fruet, ca-editor. Standing-Bruce Wenzel, photographer, Mr, Geoffrey Wood, advisor, Jane Brague, business manager, THE MUNCY INDIAN This year the school newspaper underwent two major changes. The first change was the dropping of its former name, the "Scoop" and the adoption of its new name, the "Muncy INDIAN First row, left to right-Mr. Geoffrey Waod, Mary Ann Barnes, Anna Bennardi, Pat Maust, Betty Lowry, Jackie Hause, Sue Nielsen, Anne DeWald, Jane Schoch, Susan Campbell, Virginia Feigles, Nancy Banghart, Lana Merrill, Second row-Dolores Wilt, Marilyn Herman, Nancy Akers, Beverly Bieber, Joyce Cunningham, Kathy Lyons, Kathy Weaver, Christine Fruet, Barbara Mack, Terre Heincelman, lndian". The other change was its printed form. The paper was presented on one sheet, resemb- ling an actual newspaper, rather than in the mimeographed style of several pages. STAFF Sue Ann McCarthy, Sandra Florent, Mildred Barger, Cathy Waldron, Third row- Roberta Bieber, Melissa Krause, Fay Farley, Robert Harriman, Jane Brague, Robert Pidgeon, George Wentzler, Bruce Wenzel, Robert O'Con- nor, Steve Eschenbach, Barry Toth, Eric Shoemaker, Ernest I-louse, Sharron McCarty, Pamela Aldish, Diane Hill First row, left to right-Mildred Barger, Anita Hall, Diane Hill, Dara Shadduck, Marilyn Herman, Dolores Wilt, Gail Peterman, Catherine Nuss. Second row-Mr. Lynn Poust, advisor, Susanne Wilt, Linda Bay, Linda Fisher, Judy Taylor, Pat Moore, Sondra Florent, Ruth Bubb, Kathy Weaver, Susan Shadowens, Janet Woodside, Gloria Kiefer, Joyce Wagner, Desiree Balum. Third row-Candy Feigles, Melissa Krause, William Thursby, Linda Auchmuty, Peggy Campbell, Ann Muir, Robert Harriman, Joy Schively, Cassandra Murray, Betty Lowry, Kathy Brown, Jackie Detrick, Kathy Wall, Linda Anderson, Barbara Shaner, Linda Maust, Fourth row-Louise Wert, Sharron McCarty, Joyce Applegate, Jane Brague, Georgia Baker, Michael Myers, Michael Peterman, Barry Toth, Robert Pidgeon, Gary Brelstord, Keith Snyder, Charles Neiderberger, Ernie House, Kellie Barlow, Kathy Wood, Judy Zarr, Jackie House. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY The National Honor Society is an organiza- tion made up of sophomores, juniors, and seni- ors throughout the nation who maintain honor roll standing and who display leadership and desirable character traits, Besides being on honorary group, our local chapter annually publishes a student handbook, The Pathfinder. lt is prepared by seniors and this year was under the direction of Christine Fruet, the editor. OFFICERS President . . . ....... , . .Robert Pidgeon VICE-Dresident .... Ernest House SGCVGIUVY 4 - 4 .... Susanne Wilt Treasurer , . Jacqueline Detrick Advisor . . ..Mr. Lynn Poust NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 2 ! sf Ti ff PLEDGE I pledge to maintain my high scholastic standing, to hold an untarnished character as a fundamental and worthy leader, and to give myself freely in service to others. In so doing I shall prove myself deserving as a member of the National Honor Society. 5 First row left to right Cathy Schenck Kathy Wall Con nie Fahnestock Sharon Dugan Kathy Roger Second row Jane Schoch Joyce Applegate Albert Irwin Mike SENIOR CLASS PLAY Myers Bruce Bohr Gary Harris Leon Gardner Carmen Mack Vicky Shook Sue Campbell Absent Kathy Wood Grandma s Best Years When Grandma Simms comes to visit her daughter Mrs Abbott she finds a situation not to her liking lt seems that her daughter has become a social climber and the three Ab bott children not to mention the maid Sadie are having quite a time of it The very day that Grandma arrives Mrs Abbott is bringing three upper-class guests home for the week-end. One of them is the rich and snobbish Edwin Cadson, whom Mrs. Abbott insists her daugh- ter, Joyce, should marry, although she has her heart set on Jim Meyerson, a local telegraph operator, Another guest is Miss Quelch, a spinster who operates an exclusive girI's school to which Mrs. Abbott intends to send Marion, her fifteen-year-old daughter. Willie, the teen- aged son, is the one who does the most suffer- ing because his mother insists that he take vio- lin lessons rather than engage in the normal ac- tivities his friends enjoy. When Gram observes all this, she decides to put a stop to it by inviting the family black sheep Cousin Oscar to spend the week end and expose the famnly to Mrs Abbotts high class friends Instead of Cousin Oscar however there appears a local petty criminal in his place who brings along his family and what a family they turn out to bel Finally, Cousin Oscar arrives and decides that he is the "white" sheep of a black family. Mrs. Abbott sees the light and decides to allow her family to live normal lives, and Jim and Grandma are handsomely rewarded, as is the audience in laughter and excitement. "Grandma's Best Years," a three act comedy, was presented with great success under the ex- pert direction of Mr. Thomas O'Boyle. Also contributing to the play were the prompters, student director, Steve Eschenbach, the ushers, and other members of the senior class who ser- ved on the various play committees, Help! What's going on here? Mrs. Abbott ........ .... Sadie ....... Marion Abbott Joyce Abbott . . . Dottie Morgan Willie Abbott Shorty ...... Jim Meyerson Gram ........ .. Patch ....... Mabel .,.... Bubbles ..... Mrs. Carlson Miss Quelch . Edwin Carlson Cousin Oscar Mass confusion. THE CAST . .Joyce Applegate .. . . .Jane Schoch . .Susan Campbell . . . . .Kathy Wood . . . .Kathy Roger . . . .Gary Harris . . ...... Jay Gardner . . . . . .Mike Myers .Connie Fahnestock . . . .Carmen Mack ., . . .Vicky Shook . . . .Sharon Dugan . . .Cathy Schenck .. ...Kathy Wall ...Bruce Bahr . . . .Albert lrwin Pleased to meet yau, Gram. Prompters-Betty Lowry, Jackie l-lause, Desiree Balum, and student director-Steve Eschenbach. Susan Campbell Mary Lou Fromm Moy Princess 1965 MAY QUEEN Her Majesty Berry Lou Lowry Desiree Balum Connie Fahnesrock Sharron McCarty 84 Jackie House Kathy Wood Seated-Betty Lowry, Susan Campbell. Standing, left to right-Carmen Mock, Steve Brerieisen, Connie Fohnestock, Mary Lou Fromrn, Desiree Bolum, Larry Lowe, Roger The i965 Moy Day program was held on Sat- urday evening, Moy l, instead of in the after- noon os was done previously. The main attrac- tion was, of course, the presentation of the Moy Queen and her court, followed by their entertain- ment in the form of various dances and the traditional Maypole winding. A dance was held after the ceremonies in honor of the Queen. The Moy Court was elected by senior high students from which the queen was selected by the senior class. This year the court and their chosen escorts were-Desiree Bolum and Larry Lowe, Connie Fohnestock and Steve Breneisen, Betty Lowry and Carmen Mock, Jackie House ond Bob Pidgeon, Susan Campbell and Mike Myers, Sharron McCarty and Keith Snyder, Kathy Wood and Barry Toth. Representing Muncy os Flaming Foliage Queen this year was Sharron McCarty. She was elected by the senior class to attend the Flaming Foliage Festival at Renova on October lO ond l l. Campbell. Second row-Bob Pidgeon, Jackie House, Barry Toth, Kathy Wood, Keith Snyder, Sharron McCarty, Mike Myers, FLAMING FOLIAGE QUEEN QA9, Sharron McCarty First row, left to right-R. Bieber, C. Waldron, J. Van- Buskirk, D. Ault, M, Dalton, S. Campbell. B, Shaner EB erl R McBride D Ru ert T Schoch P Overdorf M. Herman, D. Wilt. Second row-T. Akers, A. Hall P. Minier, P, Campbell, J. Hessler, C. Mauer, J. Woodside B , Lowry, J. Shively, B. Merrill, R, Harriman, E. Speary, E. Hause, J. Wood, C. DeBrunner, D. Barto, V. Shook, D. Shadduck, J. Schoch, J, Wagner, R. Burkholder, M, Barger, K. Roger. Third row-A. DeWaId, C. Bahr Y Y 1 1 A P 1 - 1 - 1 . Ritter,!C. Buck, C. Dugan, N. Kennedy, J. Cunningham, V S. . Warren, A. Sheatler, L. Bay, S. Shadowens, A. Muir, Murray, T, Wenzler, R. Thursby, D. Wilt, L. Sager, P. Brown, S. Eschenbach, K. 'Nall, J. Detrick, C. Schenck, D Hill D lhri S Wilt M Du an B Bord Fourth A 1 - 91 - 1 - Q 1 - Y- row-C. Fetter, D. Frisch, L. Milheim, B. Corson, C. Fruet, K S. G. C . Wood, J. Zarr, J. Brague, J. Landis, B. Soars, M. Frye, Rathmell, T. Miller, N. Crandal, B. Bahr, K. Barlow, Baker, M. Miller, P, Aldish, R. Lowry, L. Wert, S. Bower, Neitz, C. Carlucci. SENIOR HIGH CHORUS The three choruses, under the direction of Mr. Fred Eshlernan, are composed of students demons- trating both the desire and the ability to sing. The entire year's activity is the preparation for their Christmas and Spring concerts, and for other community engagements. Accomponists are: Senior High -Ed Speary, Judy Zarr, Junior High-Terre Heincelman, Marsha Schenck, Anne Lucas, and Jan Ptleegor. Trio-top to bottom--David Bardo, Mr Fred Eshelman Chorus Director James Wood, John Byerly. 86 JUNIOR HIGH BOYS' CHORUS First row, left to right--Dale Bontomase, Daniel Wertman, Daniel McKee, Bryson Burkholder, Daniel Cooper, Michael Wilt, Robert Bieber, Robert McCarty, Charles Hess, Donald Plotts, David Borda, Roger Feigles. Second row-David Toth, John Reuther, James Wood, James Colburn, Henry Fry, John Byerly. Third row--Clifford Feigles, William Bubb, Larry Mitchell, Charles DeBrunner, Jerry Watson, Thomas Brungard, Lewis Burns. Fourth row-Kenneth Gott- schall, John Helldorfer, Mike Banghart, James Mar- tin, Thomas Hess, Ronald Clark, JUNIOR HIGH GIRLS' CHORUS First row, left to right-M. Barnes, D. Akers, L. Dugan, M. McCarty, D. Falls, S. Fry, P. Bay, D. Colburn, C. Little, A. Bennardi, M. Schenck, G. Snyder, A. Lucas, J. Rhine, J. McCarty, J. Nixon, B. Sherwood, N. Wilt, K. Kennedy, L, Brooke, V. Auker, S. Pauling, B. Hawk, L. Merrill D. Seamon, D. Hecknauer. Second row-C. Dildine K. Turner, B. Campbell, M. Sedam, M. Flock, N. Guise- white, C, Hall, B. Bieber, S. McCarthy, N. Yearick, A. Long, K. McClain, A, Fairchild, A. Detrick, L. Crawshaw, S. Bruch, J. Shook, L. Seig, J. Kilgus, S. Bubb, D. Hilner, N. Seig, K, McKee, V. Ault, D. Snyder, J. Guisewhite, I 1 J. Hartman. Third row-J. Miller, S, Koch, N. Banghart P. Maust, B. Holmes, B. Woodling, D. Nicewinter, V Thompson, G. Wertman, K. Lyons, S. Warren, J. Brink A. Coppes, L. Sutton, D. Wharton, D. Gast, G. Feigles, D. O'Donnel, M. Turner, C, Pfirman, M Fromm, G Andrews. Fourth row-N. Crandal, L. Vial, S. Robb, C Lupold, R. Rarig, G. Dapp, S. Nielsen, J. McCarty, W Frey, L. Kirkner, J. Brelsford, J. Pfleegor, C. Benner, C Shoemaker, N. Lucas, B, Mack, R. Pewterbaugh, C. Bush M. Wentzler, T. Heincelman, C. Bubb, B. Gardner, R. Burns, N. Akers. CD 8? First row left to right Joni Shaheen Cathy Benner Diane Hill, Jan Pfleegor Sue Nielsen Karen Reynolds Susanne Wilt Second row Mr Charles Nieman director Louis Burns, Jane Shook, Vera Snyder, Christine Hall, Nancy Akers, Cathy Dugan, Sue Ann McCarthy, Daniel Wertman David Bardo Vicki Thompson, Terre Heincelman Bonnie Woodling, Nancy Kennedy. Third row-Vincent Shook Ann Lucas, John Byerly, James Wood, Kathy Brown Nancy Guisewhite, Carrie Lupold, Betty Corson, Anne DeWald, Joyce Lupold, Betsy Bordy, David Toth, Marsha MAJORETTES, Kneeling-Jan Pfleegor, Drum Majorette Standing, left to right-Karen Reynolds, Susanne Wilt, Sue Nielsen, Diane Hill, Cathy Benner, Joni Shaheen Schenck Fourth row Sharon Amey Linda Milheim Jean Hessler Nancy Lucas Bonnie Egli Melissa Krause Cynthia Allen Karen Schitfhauer Janet Woodside Judy Zarr Bill Burkholder Linda Maust Wanda Frye Gail Wertman Fifth row-Gail Snyder Linda Anderson David Pauling Cassandra Murray Carl Zimmerman Robert Wilt Lynn Sager Marshal Frye Bob OConnor Bll Bird Ed Speary Charles Pfleegor Barry Hutchins Pat Yagel Garry Ritter MARCHING BAND The high school band under the capable direction of Mr Charles Nieman, parades at such community functions as the P TA Holi day Fair the Mummers' Parade, the opening of the Little League season and the Memorial Day services. Representing Muncy on January 15, nineteen members took part in County Band, held in Hughesville. During the football season, a halftime show under lights is presented at home and away games. Ed Speary was the student direc- tor tor the band this year. Lending support to the band each year is the active Muncy Band Parents Association. CONCERT BAND The concert band, which consists of the marching band plus several football players, present an annual spring concert and ex- change concerts with Montgomery and South Williamsport. A new' feature this year was the dance band. Flutes Sue Ann McCarthy Judy Zarr Bonnie Woodling Betsy Bordy Karen Schifthauer Nancy Guisewhite BAND PE Alta Sax Bob Pidgeon Anne DeWald Kathy Brown Wanda Frye Jane Shook Baritone Sax Daniel Wertman Mr. Charles Nieman, Director RSONNEL Trombone Melissa Krause Lynn Sager Barry Toth Gail Wertman Nancy Lucas Robert Wilt Barry Hutchins Baritone Marshall Frye Linda Maust Dave Pauling Bass Bob O'Connor Bill Barlow Charles Pfleegor Clarinet: Cornet Percussion Janet Woodside Christine Hall Ed Speary Bill Burkholder Sandy Murray Tom Miller Vera Snyder Bill Bird Nancy Kennedy Vincent Shook Jean Hessler Nancy Akers John Byerly Dave Toth James Wood Cynthia Allen Anne Lucas Bob Thomas Gail Snyder Garry Ritter Linda Milheim Carrie Lupold Bonnie Egli Marcia Schenck Pat Yagel Sharon Amey Louis Burns Carl Zimmerman Vicki Thompson Terre l'leir1C9lm Joyce Lupold Dave Bardo Alto Clarinet Bass Clarinet French Horn Bell: Cathy Dugan Linda Anderson Keith Snyder Bette Corsan GH 4- .. .. First row, left to right, Officers-S. Dugan, P, Campbell C. Fahnestock, S. Florent, Second row-B. Richlin, N Kennedy, C. Waldron, J. Schach, G. Petermon, S. Camp bell, D, Shadduck, C. Dugan, M. Bird, N. I-larris, D Flock, S. Soler. Third row-K. Roger, D. Ault, F, Craw ford, D. lhrig, C. Carlucci, K. Reynolds, D. Hill, T. Akers, S. Wilt, P, Minier, J. McCarty, C, Bohr, L, Weaver, C. Feigles, M. Barger. Fourth row-P. Florent. A. Hall, R. Burkholder, A. DeWald, J. Hause, D. lhrig, E. Paust, J GIRLS' ATHLETIC Girls in action. Landis, P. Aldish, M. Miller, C. Fruet, B. Lowry, E Smith, J. Detrick, L. Bay, J. Woodside. Fifth row-C. Buck, K. Brown, P. McCarty, J. Cunningham, J. Van- Buskirk, J. I-lessler, R. Lowry, L. Milheim, S. Moore D . Frisch, C. Oyster, G. Kiefer, C, Fetter, M. Dugan, L. Anderson, N. Rider. Sixth row-D. Wilt, J. Wagner C. Schenck, K. Wall, K. Wood, S. Bower, S. Murray P. Ott, J. Applegate, K. Barlow, J. Brague, A. Muir S. McCarty, E. Schneider, L. Fisher, G, Baker, G. Ellis ASSOCIATION The Girls' Athletic Association, one of the most active organizations in the school, has as its goal the promotion of sportsmanship and leadership among its members. Mrs. Patricia Kelch, faculty advisor, led the group to a rewarding year with the aid of the following officers: Connie Fohnestock, president, Peggy Campbell, vice-president, Desiree Balurn, secretary, Sandi Florent, treas- urer, Sharon Dugan, candy manager. Senior high girls passing initiation require- ments, participate in such sports as field hoc- key, volleyball, basketball, and softball for which individual achievements are recognized with the issuance of award letters. Money was raised through the sale of refreshments at home athletic events. First row, left to right-Jay Schively, Dana Balum, Carl Steve Breneisen, Michael Peterman, Robert Pidgean, Richart, Carmen Mack. Second row-Harley Warren, Ronald Speary. Fourth row--Gary Lowe, Michael Myers, Larry Lowe, Frayer Page, Daryl Edwards. Third row- Keith Snyder, Jeffrey Foley, James Walton. VARSITY CLUB Under the direction of George Sauers, the Muncy Varsity Club completed anoth- er successful season in l964-65. High- light ot the year was the presentation of "M" jackets to senior members having met the necessary requirements. Profits from the sale of Christmas candy, the club's annual project, made possible the purchase of the jackets. Admittance to the club is gained by a student having earned at least one varsity letter and having a good character. First row, left to right-Ron Speary, president, Carmen Mack vice-president, Second row-Jett Foley, treasurer, Steve Poust, Sec reta ry. 91 1 First row, left to right, officers-J, Detrick, S. Bower, F Farley. Second row-L. Stone, B. Richlin, N. Kennedy C. Waldron, J. Schoch, B. Bordy, J. Martin, G. Petermon S. Campbell, D. Shadduck, C. Dugan, J. Lupold, D. Dunn D. Flock, S. Soler, N. Miller. Third row-D. Wilt, C. Buck D. Ault, F. Crawford, D, lhrig, C. Carlucci, K. Reynolds, D, Hill, T, Akers, P. Campbell, S. Wilt, P. Minier, J McCarty, C. Bohr, L. Weaver, M. Barger. Fourth row-R Burkholder, A. DeWald, J. House, D. lhrig, L. Temple, 1 E. Poust, P. Moore, N, Schodt, P. Aldish, M. Miller, C. Fruet, B, Lowry, C. Fahnestock, E, Smith, Fifth row- J. VanBuskirk, J. Reeder, R. Bubb, V. Warren, B. Corson, J. l-lessler, R. Lowry, L. Milheim S. Moore, D. Frisch, C. Snyder, S. Oyster, G. Kiefer, B. Shaner, C. Fetter. Sixth row-C. Neitz, L, Maust, K. Wall, K. Wood, S. Murray, P. Ott, J. Applegate, K. Barlow, J. Brague, J. Zarr, A, Muir, S. McCarty, B. Egli, C. Burrows, E. Schneider. BOOSTER CLUB One of the pep signs which decorated our halls, The Booster Club, under the direction of Mr. George Sauers, is one of our most active organi- zations. The purpose, the promotion of school spirit in all athletic events, is accomplished by decoration of our gridiron for home football games and by placement of colorful placards in the halls of the school before each major athletic event. The new membership system of the Booster Club is in its second year of operation. All senior high girls who wish to join the club must pass the initiation and must earn 15 points a year in order to remain in the organization. As a result of this system, more active partici- pation is achieved. The officers of the Booster Club are Desiree Balum, president, Jackie Detrick, vice-presi- dent, Sally Bower, secretary, Fay Farley, treas- urer. OFFICERS, left to right-John Helldorfer, vice-president, Bonnie Jo Gordner, secre- tary, Kathy Turner, program chairman, Linda Crawshaw, president, Mr. George Dietz, advisor. The Junior High Science Club, an extra- curricular activity attempting to satisfy the inquisitive minds of our more scientifically in- clined junior high students, meets twice a month to plan future lectures, motion picture showings, and field trips. This year the club, under the guidance of Mr. George Dietz, participated in such activities as dissection of the earthworm, observation of other specimens commonly used in biological studies, inspection of equipment in the chemis- try laboratory, and the actual participation in simple experiments. SCIENCE CLUB First row, left to right-Marcia Schenck, Lana Merrill, Little, Carol Miller, Bonnie Anderson. Third row-Mr. Ronnie Clark, Thomas Brungard. Second row-Linda Craw- George Dietz, John Helldorfer. show, Lynn Vial, Kathy Turner, Bonnie Jo Gardner, Carol Seated, left to right-Mrs. Lila Crawley, Kathy Lyons, ningham, Candy Feigles, Geozgia Baker, Virginia Lauren- Donna Ault, Terre Heincelman, Beverly Kiefer. Standing, son, Lynn Carter, Fay Crawford. left to right-Sharon Amey, Barbara Mack, Joyce Cun- FUTURE NURSES CLUB OFFICERS Seated-Kathy Lyons. Standing, left to right-Terre Heincel- man, Donna Ault, Fay Crawford, Beverly Kiefer. 94 The Future Nurses' Club is composed of high school students interested in the field of medicine as a career. Mrs. Lila Crawley, school nurse and ad- visor ofthe club, and Mrs. Kenneth Harriman, a member of the nursing staff at the Muncy Valley Hospital, guided the activities of the group, which included tours through the com- munity hospitals, lectures from prominent members of the medical professions, and actual working experience at the Muncy Val- ley Hospital. The officers of the club were: President, Donna Ault, vice-president, Terre Heincel- man, secretary, Fay Crawford, treasurer, Beverly Kiefer, and historian, Kathy Lyons. llllli XT' First row, left to right-Mr, Earl Poust, Ronald Long, Ken Heddings, Jim Harman, Ralph Fogeiman, John Fry, Ivan Kepner. Second row-Richard Alexander, Dale Fiester, Chester Jacobs, Ken Springman, Lloyd Hubbert, David Charles, Fred Little, Wayne VanDine, Third row-Charles Egli, John Yocum, Jay Rarig, David Bogart, Roger Bachle, Frank Sones. Fourth row-William Odon, Jim Jacobs, Ronald Sones, Valentine Fenstermacher, Larry Wilson, Fifth row-Gene Stover, Gary Bitler, Grant Nuss, Robert Tobias, Joe Merrick. FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA The Future Farmers of America is an organi- zation in which boys from grades 9 through I2 are given instruction and vocational training in the operation and maintenance of agricul- tural machinery, the raising of livestock, and the growing of crops which are common to this area. The activities of the organization included field trips to the Bloomsburg Fair and the Pennsylvania State Farm Show in Harrisburg, a yearly participation in the local tractor driv- ing contest, and the repair and painting of farm machinery from local farms. Our chapter in the national organization was started thirty-one years ago and our thirty- five students are under the expert guidance of Mr. Earl Poust, Vocational Agriculture instruc- tor. QBMEQ l . . , . -.53 5? Um, , Qoo""0wj,?. 64 r? E FHIEA Q I5-"wal fc" f , -QA Jtfmfg 'UM OFFICERS President ..,... .....,... .,.. R a Iph Fogeiman Vice-president . , ..... James I-larmon Secretary ..,.. , . . ,Kenneth Heddings Treasurer . . . ...., Ronald LonQ Reporter . . ..... ,John FrY Sentinel . . . .... Scott Kepner PROJECTIONIST CLUB Left to right-Mr. John Hose, advisor, Leon Gordner, Soars, George Wentzler, Charles Pfleegor, Robert Dalton, Thomas Wentzler, Bruce Wenzel, William Thursby, Robert Donald Gordner. LIBRARY ASSISTANTS Left to right-Carolyn Auchmuty, Ruth Pewterbaugh, Kathy Lyons, Beverly Bieber, Barbara Mack, Carolyn Terre Heincelman, Peggy OH, Jan Pfleegor, Sue Nielsen, Harris, Connie Pfirnnan, Desiree Balum, Linda Weaver. 96 BRGADCASTING CLUB First row, left Minier, Linda Ashton, Anna row-Cynthia to right-Edith Baker, Sandra Moore, Peggy Seig, Second row-Thomas Barnes, Sharon Sheatler, Elaine Smith, Linda Temple. Third Allen, Mike Keiser, Ralph Kemrer, Peggy Ott, Charles Rosenbaum, Elsie Poust, Fourth row-Mr. Geoffrey Wood, advisor, Robert Wilt, Donald Snyder, Paul Anderson, George Wentzler, Thomas Wenizler, Thomas Ritter, Lee Womelsdarf. PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB First row, left to right-Ray Buck, Danny Cooper, Andrew Ted Griggs, Mr, Lawrence Grieco, advisor. Third row- Wall, Michael Wilt, Charles DeBrunner, Larry Watson. Bruce Wenzel, John Brink. Second row-Thomas Hess, Darrel Miller, John Hartman, BUSINESS EDUCATION CLUB : The above officers represent the newly formed Business Education Club which consists of fifty senior high students. Seated is Kathy Weaver, secretary. Standing, left to right-Kathy Roger, assistant secretaryg Miss Hilda Farley, advisory Gail Petermon, vice-presidentg Joyce Applegate, program chairmanj Linda Maust, presidentg Nancy Harris, treasurer. REPRESENTING M.H.S. These five seniors were members of the team of Business Education students representing Muncy High School at the annual Bloomsburg State College Commercial Contest. They are, reading from left to right-Linda Auchmuy, shorthandj Sharron McCarty, lcwj Fred Blaser, business mathg Kathy Weaver, typingg and Linda Maust, bookkeeping. LIFE IN M.H.S 99 WHERE IS MY CONEACT E LENS? 'f3WW""'E"m"j"., . , -A F 21-ffff' if ' I W A E"E A 1 V' , ,. 5. . V h ,I , 4. . - ,..W,1 J ,, 3, : I 5 JR- jg' f 2. ,D ,N Q qs, A v L Q - if' , 4 i f Q' " l f - 1 E 'A vf iii. E- ' .K 4 100 SENIOR DIRECTORY ROBERT AKERS Academic, Band I, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4' Chorus I, Intramurals I, 2, Student Council I 2, 3, Magazine Sales 4, JOYCE APPLEGATE Business Education, Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Business Club 4, Program Chairman, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 2 3, Librarian I, 4, May Day I, 3, Play 4, Year- book 4, Business Manager 4, Magazine Sales 4. LINDA AUCHMUTY Business Education, Honor Society 3, 4, Maga- zine Sales 4. r 1 1 BRUCE BAHR Academic, Chorus 2, 4, Librarian 2, May Day 3, Play 4, Muncy Indian 4, Magazine Sales 4. VIRGINIA BAKER Business Education, Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Busi- ness Club 4, Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Yearbook 4, Magazine Sales 4. DESIREE BALUM Business Education, Booster Club 2, 3, 4, G.A,A. 2, 3, 4, Sec, 4, Honor Society 3, 4, Intramurals I, 2, 3, Librarian 3, 4, May Day I, 2, 3, May Court 4, Play 4, Muncy Indian I, Yearbook 4, Magazine Sales. MILDRED BARGER Academic, Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, G'.A,A. 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, May Day I, Muncy Indian 4, Magazine Sales 4. ROBERT BECK General, Band I, 2, Wrestling 2, 3, 4, Maga- zine Sales 4. ROBERTA BIEBER Academic, Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Ensemble I, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, Librarian I, May Day I, Muncy Indian 4, GARY BITLER Agriculture, F.F.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 2, 3, Magazine Sales 4, FRED BLASER Business Education, Gym Team I, 2, 3, 4, In- tramurals I, 2, May Day 2, Wrestling I, 2, Magazine Sales 4. SALLY BOWER Academic, Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Sec. 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 4, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, May Day I, Muncy Indian I, 2, 3, 4, Ass't. Business Manager 3, Magazine Sales 4, JANE BRAGUE Academic, Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Chorus I, 2, 4, G.A,A. 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 3, 4, Intra- murals I, 2, 3, 4, May Day I, Muncy Indian I, 2, 3, 4, Ass't. Business Manager 3, Business Manager 4, Student Council 2, 3, 4, Magazine Sales 4. GARY BRELSFORD General, Honor Society 3, 4, Intramurals I, May Day 3, Wrestling I, Magazine Sales 4, STEVE BRENEISEN General, Class Sec. 4, Football I, 2, 3, 4, Gym Team I, 2, 3, 4, May Day 3, 4, "M" Club 3, 4, Magazine Sales 4. KATHRYN BROWN Academic, Band 2, 3, 4, Dance Bond 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 3, 4, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, Muncy Indian I, 2, 3, Ass't. Business Manager 3, Magazine Sales 4. RUTH BUBB Business Education, Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Bus- iness Club 4, Honor Society 4, Librarian I, 2, Yearbook 4, Magazine Sales 4, SHERRY BUDMAN General, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Gym Team I, 2, 3, Intramurals I, May Day I, 2, Muncy Indian I, Magazine Sales 4, CYNTHIA BURROWS Business Education, Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Busi- ness Club 4, Librarian I, Magazine Sales 4. SUE CAMPBELL Academic, Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Cheerleaders I, 2, 3, 4, Captain I, 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A, 2, 3, 4, Gym Team I, 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Treas. 3, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, May Day I, 3, 4, May Court 4, Muncy Indian I, 2, 3, 4, Play 4, Student Council I, 3, 4, Pres. I, Magazine Sales 4. SENIOR DIRECTORY JOYCE CUNNINGHAM Academic, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, May Day I, 3, Muncy Indian 4, Magazine Sales 4. RONALD CURLEY Academic, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, Magazine Sales 4. ROBERT DALTON Student Council 4, Projectionist Club 2, 3, 4, Magazine Sales 4. Academic, ANNE DeWALD Academic, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Dance Band 4, Booster Club 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Intra- murals I, 2, 3, 4, May Day I, Muncy Indian 3, 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Magazine Sales 4. SUSIE DILDINE General, Magazine Sales 4. SHARON DUGAN General, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Gym Team I, 3, 4, Intramurals I, 2, Librarian 3, May Day I, 2, 3, Muncy Indian I, 2, 3, Play 4, Science Club I, Yearbook 4, Magazine Sales 4. DIANA DUNN General, Booster Club 3, 4, Magazine Sales 4. DARYL EDWARDS General, Football I, 2, 3, 4, Gym Team 2, 3, Honor Society 3, Intramurals I, May Day 2, 3, "M" Club 2, 3, 4, Wrestling I, 2, 3, Magazine Sales 4. BONNIE EGLI Business Education, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Booster Club 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, Intramurals I, Maga- zine Sales 4. STEPHEN ESCHENBACH Academic, Band I, Chorus 2, 3, 4, District Chorus 3, Librarian 3, Muncy Indian 4, Play 4, Magazine Sales 4. CONNIE FAHNESTOCK Academic, Booster Club 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, Gym Team I, 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 4, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, May Day 2, 3, May Court 4, Play 4, Muncy Indian I, 2, Student Council 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 4, Yearbook 4, Maga- zine Sales 4. FAY FARLEY Business Education, Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Treas. 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 3, 4, May Day 3, Muncy Indian I, 4, Student Council 4, Yearbook 4, Magazine Sales 4, CANDY FEIGLES Academic, Future Nurse's Club 2, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Intramurals I, 2, Muncy Indian I, 2, Science Club I, Maga- zine Sales 4, MARY FENSTERMACHER Business Education, Magazine Sales 4. SANDRA FLORENT Academic, Future Nurse's Club I, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Treas. 4, Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, Muncy Indian I, 2, 3, 4, Assistant Editor 4, Science Club I, Magazine Sales 4. RALPH FOGLEMAN Agriculture, F.F.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Sentinel 3, Pres. 4, Magazine Sales 4. JEFF FOLEY General, Football I, 2, 3, "M" Club 3, 4, Treas. 4, Gym Team I, 2, Wrestling I, 2, 3, 4, Co-captain 4, Magazine Sales 4. DAPHNE FREY General, G.A.A. I, Gym Team I, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals I, May Day I, 2, 3, Magazine Sales 4. CHRIS FRUET Academic, Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Ensemble I, Gym Team I, Honor Society 2, 3,.4, Intramurals I, 2, 3, Librarian I, May Day I, 3, Muncy Indian I, 2, 3, 4, Junior Editor 3, Editor 4, Russian Club 2, Science Club I, Yearbook 3, 4, Ass't Lay-out Editor 3, Lay-out Editor 4, Pathfinder Editor 4, Mag- azine Sales 4. DONALD GORDNER Academic, Intramurals 3, 4, Proiectionist Club 2, 3, 4, Wrestling I, Magazine Sales 4. JAY GORDNER Academic, Gym Team 4, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, Play 4, Projectionist Club 2, 3, 4, Magazine Sales 4. SENIOR DIRECTORY DONALD GRAY General, May Day I, Magazine Sales 4. TIMOTHY GRUVER General, Football I, 2, 3, Magazine Sales 4. EUGENE HALDERMAN General, Magazine Sales 4. GARY HARRIS Academic, Basketball 4, Intramurals I, 2, May Day I, Play 4, Magazine Sales 4. JACKIE HAUSE Academic, Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Gym Team I, 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, Journalism Club I, May Day I, 3, May Court 4, Muncy Indian I, 2, 3, 4, Play .4, Magazine Sales 4. KEN HEDDINGS Agricultural, F.F.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 4, Maga- zine Sales 4. MARILYN HERMAN Academic, Chorus 3, 4, Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Librarian I, Muncy Indian 3, 4, Russian Club 2, Magazine Sales 4. ALBERT IRWIN Business Education, Business Club 4, May Day I, 2, Play 4, Magazine Sales 4. DWIGHT LONG General, Gym Team I, 2, 3, Honor Society 4, Intramurals I, Magazine Sales 4. JOHN LOVELL Academic, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Football 4, Intramurals I, 2, 3, "M" Club 4, Magazine Sales 4. GARY LOWE Academic, Intramurals I, "M" Club 4, Stu- dent Council 3, 4, Wrestling 2, 3, 4, Co-captain 4, Class V. Pres. 3, Magazine Sales 4. LARRY LOWE General, Football 2, 3, 4, Gym Team I, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals I, 2, May Day 2, 3, 4, "M" Club 3, 4, Wrestling I, 2, 3, Magazine Sales 4. BETTY LOWRY Academic, Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 2, 3, 4, ln- tramurals I, 2, 3, 4, Journalism Club I, May Day 3, May Court 4, Muncy Indian I, 2, 3, 4, Play 4, Magazine Sales 4. PAT MCCARTY General, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Magazine Sales 4. SHARRON MCCARTY Business Education, Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Bus- iness Education Club 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Gym Team I, Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Intramurals I, 2, Journalism Club I, May Day 3, 4, May Court 4, Muncy Indian 3, 4, Student Council I, 3, 4, Sec. 3, Treas. 4, Yearbook 4, Class Treas. 2, 3, Mag- azine Sales 4, Manager 4. CARMEN MACK Academic, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, May Day I, 3, 4, "M" Club 2, 3, 4, V. Pres. 4, Play 4, Student Council 2, Class V, Pres. 2, Magazine Sales 4. LINDA MAUST Business Education, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Business Club 4, Pres. 4, G.A.A. 2, Honor Society 3, 4, Magazine Sales 4. MIKE MYERS Academic, Football I, 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Intramurals I, 2, May Day 3, 4, "M" Club 3, 4, Play 4, Student Council I, 3, 4, Wrestling I, 2, Yearbook 4, Class Pres. 2, 3, 4, Magazine Sales 4. CHARLES NEIDERBERGER Academic, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 4, Gym Team 3, Honor Society 3, 4, May Day I, 2, "M" Club 4, Yearbook 4, Magazine Sales 4. CATHY NEITZ Business Education, Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Bus- iness Club 4, Chorus I, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, Maga- zine Sales 4. GRANT NUSS Agricultural, F.F.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook 4, Magazine Sales 4. SENIOR DIRECTORY BOB O'CONNOR Academic, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals I, 2, 3, May Day I, 2, 3, "M" Club 4, Muncy Indian 4, Magazine Sales 4. FRAYER PAGE General, Football I, 2, 3, Gym Team I, 2, 3, 4, "M" Club 3, 4, Wrestling 2, 3, Magazine Sales 4. DON PEELING General, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, Magazine Sales 4. MIKE PETERMAN Academic, Football I, 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Intramurals I, May Day I, 3, "M" Club 2, 3, 4, Wrestling I, 2, Yearbook 4, Magazine Sales 4. BOB PIDGEON Academic, Band I, 2, 3, 4, District I, 2, 3, Dance Band 4, Basketball I, 2, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 2, 3, 4, V. Pres. 3, Pres. 4, May Day 4, "M" Club 3, 4, Muncy Indian 3, 4, Magazine Sales 4. STEVE POUST General, Football I, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, Intramurals I, 2, May Day I, 3, "M" Club 4, Sec. 4, Wrestling 3, Magazine Sales 4. KATHY RAGER Business Education, Business Education Club 4, Ass't. Sec. 4, Chorus 2, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Intramurals I, 2, Play 4, Student Council 2, Magazine Sales 4. GARRY RITTER Business Education, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Magazine Sales 4. JIM RODARMEL Business Education, Business Education Club 2, 3, 4, Intramurals I, Magazine Sales 4. CATHERINE SCHENCK Academic, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 4, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, Jour- nalism I, May Day I, Muncy Indian 4, Play 4, Magazine Sales 4. IO4 JANE SCHOCH Academic, Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Gym Team I, 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 4, Intra- murals I, 2, 3, 4, Journalism Club I, May Day I, 3, Muncy Indian 2, 3, 4, Play 4, Magazine Sales 4. DARA SHADDUCK Academic, Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, Journalism Club I, Librarian I, May Day I, 3, Muncy Indian 2, 3, 4, Student Council 3, Magazine Sales 4. SHARON SHAFFER Academic, Chorus I, Gym Team 2, May Day 2, Magazine Sales 4, FRANK SHERVVOOD Academic, Photography Club 4, Projectionist Club I, 2, 3, 4, Magazine Sales 4. RICK SHOEMAKER Academic, Football I, Honor Society 4, Intra- murals I, 2, May Day 3, Muncy Indian 3, 4, Russian Club 2, Student Council 4, Magazine Sales 4. VICKY SHOOK Business Eucation, Business Education Club 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, Intramurals I, 2, 3, Play 4, Mag- azine Sales 4. LILLIAN SMITH Academic, Chorus I, G.A.A. I, 2, Intramurals I, 2, May Day 2, Magazine Sales 4. KEITH SNYDER Academic, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Dance Band 4, District Orchestra 2, State Orchestra 2, Foot- ball I, 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Intra- murals I, 2, May Day I, 2, 3, 4, "M" Club 3, 4, Student Council 2, 3, Yearbook 4, Maga- zine Sales 4. EDWARD SPEARY Academic, Band I, 2, 3, 4, V. Pres. 3, Dance Band 4, District 2, 3, Muncy Indian 4, Maga- zine Sales 4. SENIOR DIRECTORY RONALD SPEARY Business Education, Football I, 2, 3, 4, Co- captain 4, Gym Team 2, 3, 4, Intramurals I, May Day 3, "M" Club 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, Student Council, Treas, 3, Pres. 4, Class Treas. 4, Magazine Sales 4. ROBERT TOBIAS Agriculture, F.F,A. I, 2, 3, 4, Magazine Sales 4. BARRY TOTH Academic, Band 3, 4, Dance Band 4, Basket- ball 2, 4, Football 3, 4, Honor Society 2, 3, 4, May Day 3, 4, Muncy Indian 3, 4, "M" Club 4, Student Council I, 3, 4, Yearbook 4, Class V, Pres. 4, Magazine Sales 4. CATHERINE TROLJTMAN General, Librarian 3, Magazine Sales 4. JOYCE WAGNER Academic, Chorus 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, Muncy Indian I, 2, 3, 4, Magazine Sales 4. CATHY WALDRON Academic, Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Gym Team I, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, Librarian I, May Day I, 2, Muncy Indian 4, Magazine Sales 4. KATHY WALL Academic, Band I, 2, Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Intramurals I, 2, 3, Journalism Club I, May Day I, Muncy Indian I, 2, 3, 4, Play 4, Magazine Sales 4. JIM WALTON General, Football 3, 4, Gym Team I, 2, 3, May Day 2, 3, "M" Club 3, 4, Wrestling 2, Maga- zine Sales 4. HARLEY WARREN Academic, May Day 2, 3, "M" Club 3, 4, Wrestling I, 3, 4, Magazine Sales 4. KATHY WEAVER Business Education, Booster Club 2, Business Education Club 4, Sec. 4, G.A.A. 2, Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Intramurals I, 2, 3, May Day 2, 3, Muncy Indian 4, Student Council 4, Sec. 4, Yearbook 4, Class Sec. 2, 3, Magazine Sales 4. LINDA WEAVER Business Education, Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Busi- ness Education Club 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Intra- murals I, 2, 3, 4, Librarian I, 2, 3, 4, May Day I, 2, Science Club I, Magazine Sales 4. BRUCE WENZEL Academic, Intramurals 2, Muncy Indian 4, Photography Club 4, Projectionist Club I, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook 4, Magazine Sales 4. LOUISE WERT Academic, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Ensemble I, 2, Future Nurses Club I, 2, Gym Team I, 2, 3, Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, Journalism Club I, Editor I, Librarian I, May Day I, 3, Muncy Indian I, Student Council I, 2, V. Pres. I, Treas. 2, Yearbook 3, 4, Ass't Editor 3, Editor 4, Magazine Sales 4. ANN WHITMOYER General, Booster Club 2, 3, Librarian 2, Mag- azine Sales 4. DOLORES WILT Academic, Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, Journalism Club I, May Day I, Muncy Indian I, 2, 3, 4, Science Club I, Magazine Sales 4. KATHY WOOD Academic, Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Ensemble I, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, Journalism Club I, May Day I, 4, May Court 4, Muncy Indian I, 2, 3, Play 4, Student Council 4, Pres. of Senate 4, Magazine Sales 4. PAT YAGEL Business Education, Band I, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, Intramurals I, Science Club I, Magazine Sales 4. IOS SPROUT, WALDRCDN 8m COMPANY, INC. 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HARTEIVS DRUG STIIRE Muncy, Pennsylvania E. B. McCucig Soy It With Flowers BRYFOGLE'S FLOWERS LARGEST GROWER OF FLOWERS IN LYCOMING COUNTY Muncy, Penno. WALLIS FUNERAL HOME H. E. WALLIS D.E. WALLIS I2I South Main Street Muncy, Penne II4 B MYER'S AUTO PARTS O T. G. GRIGGS, PROP. W L Muncy, Pennsylvania A MU R N E C Y N ' P A BROOKE'S RESTAURANT E N East Woter Street N A. Muncy, Pennsylvania COUNTRY STORE If's Smart To Be Thrifty Save Your Money With System ond Safety Famous For Hams and Bacon THE MUNCY BANK AND TRUST CO. Muncy, Pa. TASTEE FREEZE Member Of The Federal Deposit Insurance Hughesville, Pennsylvania Corporation THE YOUNG MACHINERY CO., INC. Materials Handling And Processing Equipment Phone 546-3 I 65 Muncy, Penna. GILBERT BIIIITIIEIIS Muncy 38 YEARS OF Montoursville "FLOYD" "WARD" 546-3220 DEPENDABLE SERVICE 368-8677 ...J - 14. SUPER !CHI?v3.OlIfET! SERVICE L. J. EAKER 100 N. Main Muncy, Penna, Rambler Sales and Service RITZ THEATER Muncy, Penna. OLD FORT NURSERY Beautifiers Of Homes Muncy, Perma. FREY'S HARDWARE Established in 1863 Donald B, Wilt, Prop. 546-6380 Muncy, Pa. KEEPSAKE BARTLOW'S JEWELRY Timely Gifts For All Occasions HAMILTON WATCHES FENTON MILK GLASS 546-5460 18 South Main St. Compliments of THE CLASS OF '67 President: Secretary: Tom MiIIer Diane Frisch Vice-President Treasurer: Larry Sones Diane Ihrig Advisor: Mr, Earl Poust MUNCY PASTRY SHOP Muncy, Penna. SHAHEEN MOTORS, INC oLosMoBil.E Muncy-Montoursvilie Penna. We gratefully acknowledge the support of these our PATRONS Dr. and Mrs. R. H. Abbott Mrs. Mildred L. Baker Dr. and Mrs. R. A. Bennardi Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Bontomase Mrs. Ray LaMarr Bower Mr. and Mr. and Mr. and Mr. and Mr. and Mr. and Mr. and Mr. and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Raymond C. Brown Roy D. Bubb Elmer Curley Byron Dugan F. D. Fahnestock Elmer J. 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