Muncy High School - Canusarago Yearbook (Muncy, PA)

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F2355 55235 5555521 s f THE 1966 Canusarago Published by The Senior Class of MUNCY HIGH SCHOOL Muney Pe yl -.M ,ff .xx-in In-v--1-4---..Q... .. ,...... SQ,- 1 'P f A 1 1 Z 1 1 i 2 5 ........-.L5L.- . , M... ,T.,.,..m , qv...--wfz-441+ . -..:-www-:v2,r"'-'5. 1- -X-M--9-...H-q-H., ,,...-uqxwfrruffvneln NV . .R 76612 gf Gonfenfs PAGE ADMINISTRATION ........ ...., I O CLASSES .......... - . .24 ATHLETICS ....,. .... 4 O ORGANIZATIONS . .. . . .60 FEATURES ...... . . .84 SENIORS .. . . .96 X7Of'QlU0I"Uf The staff of The I966 Canusarogo is proud to present to you, the students and teachers of Muncy High School, the following pages. It is our hope that you will get as much pleas- ure from reading this publication cs we did from creating it. May we extend our thcinks and apprecia- tion to the following people: Mr. Stanley 3 Schuyler, our yearbook advisorg the Delmar Printing Companyg the members of the Eng- Iish Departmentg ond the many others who co-operated in making this edition possible. lt has been a privilege to produce THE CANUSARAGO and we hope that the mem- ories coptured within it will be preserved for years to come. DEDICATIO NN. Presiding of meeting of Muncy Rotary Club George D. Sauers At home with family-wife June, Put, and George, Jr. The Class of l966 dedicates this twenty-fourth issue of the Canusarago to Mr. George Sauers. For the past eight years Mr, Sauers has contributed a great deal to the youth of our community in the form of physical activity programs. He not only headed the health and physical education programs at the high school, serving as athletic director and coaching the gymnastic team, but developed the summer and winter recreation program, served as the di- rector of Muncy's swimming pool and promoted the ice rink and tennis courts for the citizens of Muncy. His activities extended far beyond the field of athletics. He served as president of the local Rotary Club and held active membership in both the Jaycees and the Muncy Education Association. His recent appointment to the Department of Public Instruction in Har- risburg further attests to his widespread reputation and success here in our town. lt is with regret that we see our dedicated friend leave us but fond memories of our acquaintance and association will remain with usithe Class of 1966. 5 gl? emI2?OIy M Mr. George B. Houseknecht "A PSALM OF LIFE" Lives of great men all remind us We can make our lives sublime, And, departing, leave behind us Footprints on the sands of time -Henry Wodswo 6 rth Longfellow The Class of 1966 sincerely dedicates these pages to the memory of Mr. George Houseknecht, who passed away on August 16, 1965. He was loved and respected by all during his 19 years of service at M. H. S. We will always remember him as one of our best liked history teachers and as a successful and enthusiastic basketball coach. His 1961 Basketball Champions ln his classroom VARSITY BASKETBALL-First Row, Left to Right-Marty Houseknecht, Denny Warg, Ed Wert, Tom Yost, Dale Fisher. Standing-Coach George Houseknecht, Gordie Washburn, Dave Meserole, Wayne Bradburn, Chuck Scott, Doc Houseknecht, Steve Opp, Wayne Heckman. UZQSQ M50 QM CQIII' C5 5 uf Q T 'I 1' af 4. 17' L 1 K ,gy t .x- 2g?hgf1x,gf W ' " J i ,Li Q K ,If . z f ,t , , 4 V ' s W Qf. x I 'Wir 'X i ' V, ',,,iWV. 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'- ' 'X ' ' fy wi b'Hs5j+' 4fh,g.-:,Qw5fs' 3 Q -"fn ' ml.-2-X , f ..yff,.., - W y x ia YL , N' bxjgvr ,V 'fn w M' '11 1 ' 55 K. x' DW' W 4' 'kv 4. 9 35' 'rff Seated-Robert Campbell, Robert Eck, Michael Aldish, Wentzler, Harold Davis lnon-memberl, Charles Pfleegor, Joseph Waltmon, Harold Cummings. Standing-Joseph Kenneth Bryfogle, Dr. Donald Wentzler. President . , . Vice-president Secretary . . . Treasurer . . I A ze' fiiwflv vggeslil , , , Harold Davis Business Manager KV mzhzkfrafzon Michael Aldish Joseph Wentzler .. Harold Davis Robert Campbell An often forgotten aspect of the school sy- stem is our administrative staff. Their long hours of "behind the scenes" work enable our school to run smoothly and efficiently. The School Board, aided by supervising principal, Ward Myers, oversees the hiring of faculty members, dispersement of public funds and the rules and regulations govern- ing the student body. The class of 1966 sincerely appreciates all they have contributed toward our high school education and our launching on a successful future. Mrs. Esther Poust Mr. Ward L. Myers Administrative Assistant Supervising Principal Mrs. Phyllis J. Trexler Mr. Paul F. Gresh High School Secretary High School Principal ll Katherine Benion English, Composition William Bird Social Studies ...df Lila Crawley School Nurse Terry Crourhamel English George R. Dietz BioIO9Y, Science James Diehl Lcnguoge Fred R. Eshleman Vocal Music fr rt .E . 'xt 'env Dorothy W. Fisher Art Lawrence W. Grieco Chemistry, Physics John T. Hose Science, Geography Robert S. Hughes Social Studies Janice Johnson English '-' ' "'A"" I5 Barbara K. McClain Reading Tan 3 John B. McLean Driver Education Laura McVey English, Spelling Charles 0. Neiman Instrumental Music Thomas E. 0'BoyIe Language Lynn Poust Social Studies 1" J,.,-v Earl L. Poust Vocational Agriculture Bernice H. Rathmell Guidance Margaret H. Reuther Dental Hygienist fi Hilda Sampsell Business Education A Esther C. Roberts Socioi Studies using., Stanley T. Schuyler Low, Office Practice Economics, Selling Harold P. Shrimp Mathematics Barbara Strunk Social Studies, English Alfred B. Snyder Special Education Maryellen Waldron Mathematics Grace C. Wert Librarian George Wilt Trigonometry Physical Education, Hygiene Robert J. Winn Business Education Louise B. Wertman English Richard Zukauckas Algebra, Geometry, Mferzd cgfqff Left to righl'-Marge Houseknecht, Victoria Fox, Helen Gordner, Amelia Laughlin, Martha Feigles, Corlene Kennedy. Gusfoofaf C3fCyjZx Bi M Left to right-Chester Frantz, Cholmer Crist, Vernon Lovell, Carl Poust. 2l , 1-, , 1 .- - 'Q ' - ,gp Q . .f 3, Q .w- 5- 1,0 1 s. Q 1 , . . ,, - ,9?-" . . . . ,.A, .N K n X M v iq.. q A955423 sf 'ev Ai" 'U -5 -14 ,. .. X L 451 ng 1' gf' "f5s. 5 'vb x , 15' 1' Qs. 'f , .A- snr - X SSX fs 59 ,x ,fr -sfgz.-,c x ,, ' vf fc.. ' ' I A Q A ,N Q we K-:L 2-fuk vs ' 'fa' . 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Donald Edwin Sharon Donna Roger Connie Edith James Andrews Ashton Ashton Ault Bachle Bohr Baker Balliet A A f f Y i Q E - ' VVV-V A r . ., 'A X, Sr , Afrox gm, Dana Betty Marie Elizabeth Edward Diane Paul Rebecca Bolum Barto Bird Bordy Breneisen Brooke Brown Burkholder Q'A.fg,j'f jhgggqel ,-, . .s.-. it. 'V' ff. "q,f'?v.L 344 1. ' , l , William Joseph Cynthia David James Betty Fay Mary Lou Burkholder Byerly Carlucci Charles Confer Corson Crawford Dalton 24 Frank Cathy Michael Gale Sylvan Cheryl Dale Ruth DeWald Dugan Eckman Ellis Fen ste rmacher Fetter Fiester Fisher Pamela Gary Jean Mark David Dara Diane Harold Florenf Fogelman Hessler Hester Hofer Ihrig Ihrig Jacobs Donald Ralph Nancy Cary Wilbur .lane Frederick Charles Kahler Kemrer Kennedy Keyser Klees Landis Little Long Roberta David Robert Martin Gene Jorene Charles Charles V Lowry Lucas McBride McCabe McCarty McCarty Michael Michael Linda Howard Thomas Peggy Sand ra Donald PeQQV Sherry Mllhelm Miller Miller Minier Moore Myers Ott Oyster 25 W " , ,' T 'S NYS SS? W ag: ,, We . Q Frank Elsie Kimber Terry Betty Jo Thomas Robert Charles Plotts Poust Roger Richcrt Richlin Ritter Robb Rosenbaum Jeanine Royston Connie Snyder Richard Thursby V 2,416 5 + . x., , :AA V LA. we " I T ee Lynn Eileen Richard Nancy Anna Scott Elaine Sager Schneider Schneider Schodt Sheatler Shoemaker Smith Donald Sheri Frank Larry Zeb Thomas Linda Snyder Soler Sones Sones Stevens Stroup Temple ' ' 'K , Y William Thomas John Judy Wayne Christina Vickie Tobias Trimble Turner Vanbuskirk Vandine Warren Warren l . T, L Q, Cynthia Allen yy C my 5 ew- Donna Auif ' Q , ig f ti -I i William Covert George Richard Larry Wentzler Wert Wertman 26 CLASS OFFICERS President ..,... .................. R oger Campbell Vice-President. . . . , .Vincent Shook Treasurer .... ..... N ancy Akers Secretary .... ...... R honda Rarig Advisor .... .... M r. Robert Winn This year the sophomore class was organized under the direction of Mr. Robert Winn. The class's main fund-raising project was the sale of Easter candy. GQSJ gf '65 Deborah George Rollin Sharon Vivian Richard William David Akers Anderson Anderson Amey Auker Baker Barlow Barnes .kis Cathy Beverly David Bruce Raymond Carol Roberta Roger Benner Bieber Bogart Bradburn Brown Bubb Burns Campbell , V. E., K , M. , , Lynn Bonnie Ralph Michael Allen Charles 'Marvin Valentine Carter Charles Confer Davis Depperl Egll Elchenlaub Fenstermacher 27 sg y 2? Mary Ann David Mary Lou Wanda Louis Larry Patricia George Flock Friant Fromm Frye Gansell Gardner Girvin Gardner Ronald Kenneth Nancy Christine Sandra Terre John Gail Gardner Gottschall Guisewhlte Hall Hall Heincelman Helldorfer Hill .J Lloyd James Leon Ivan Beverly Richard Lora Jane William Hubbert Jacobs Johnson Kepner Kiefer Kiefer Kirkner Kuhn Ronald Carrie Kathy Sue Ann Barbara Lois Suellen Sue Long Lupald Lyons McCarthy Mack Metzger Miller Nielsen Donald Mary William Ruth Connie Jan Jay Rhonda Neiderberger Nuss Oden Pewterbaugh Pfirman Pfleegor Rarig Rarig 28 2? 2 St it Q X-ir l I Nancy Robert Regina Ned ra Gary James John Dennis Reed Reuther Robbins Ruby Scam Sander Schneider Schwenk Robert Harry Vincent Richard Harry Vera Robert Ronald Shaheen Shipman Shook Sieg Snyder Snyder Soa rs Sones Richard James Jane Terry Robert Margaret Jane Linda Springer Stanley Stover Stutzman Taylor Turner Ulrich Vermilya Steven Jeffery Susan Gary Gail Dennis Samuel Larry Wall Waltman Warren Weaver Wertman Wertman Wharton Wilson Absent Nancy Akers Michael Hill Frederick Neece Shirley Robb Rodger Springman Bonnie Kenneth Ross Christine Jeffrey Woodling Yugel Yagel Young Young 29 First Row-Branch Biddle, Victoria Ault, Phyllis Bay, Robert Bieber. Second Row-Susan Bruch, Beatrice Bachle, Bryson Burkholder, Gail Andrews, Bette Ja Camp- bell, Lindo Crawshaw, Third Row-Debra Breneisen, Marcia Curley, Denise Cotner, Ginger Dapp, David Barto, V if-? , fr-.' ' . fs . if ' Ronald Alexander, Fourth Row-Beth Aldish, Jane Brink, John Bennage, Tom Andrews, Joan Brelsford, Henry Bressler, Thomas Barnes, John Byerly, Cindalyn Bush, Absent: Richard Alexander, Michael Bangharr, Dale Bontomase, Nancy Crandall. Gkss 0 769 First Row-Darla Gordner, Jessalee Fogelman, Barbara Ellis, Carol lseley, Elizabeth Heddings, Wanda Eichen- laub, Second Row-Janet Guisewhite, Robin Keiss, John lseley, Gail Jacobs, Roger Feigles, Ann Derrick. Third Row-Bonnie Holmes, Ann Fairchild, Henry Frey, Kim- ber Houseknecht, Charles DeBrunner, Lewis Hubbert, Bonnie Jo Gordner. Fourth Row-Charlotte Dildine, James Colburn, Dove Houseknecht, Kenneth Charles, Thomas Gardner, Douglas Fritz, Richard Hill, Susan Eck. Absent: Lois Jean Flock, John Edmunds. -ff Q, 4. Q X ss ' 5. I l 5' 114- if - fir .xtfwxyfi . W - . 5 ze 5 fr First Row--Joanne Miller, Dennis Schwenk, Marcia Schwenk, Robert McCarty. Second Row-Daniel McKee, Kathy Kennedy, Joyce Leech, June Kilgus, Susan Koch, Debra Ritter, Jaan Pidcoe. Third Row-Carol Miller, Dixie Nicewinter, Howard McCarty, Kaye McClain, Linda Neu- fer, Anne Lucas, Cordeen Pfleegor. Fourth Row-Mabel Rupert, John Reuther, Larry Kisner, James Martin, James Reed, Robert Kiess, Larry Pauling, Joyce McCarty, Leonard Klees, Absent: Carol Little. 7 Chevy 0 69 First Row-Jacqueline Soler, Diane Young, Jane Shook, Debbie Snyder. Second Row-Anthony Skriptchuik, Mi- chael Wilt, Kathy Turner, Linda Sutton, Dorothy Whar- ton, Gail Andrews, Andrew Wall. Third Row-Ina Smith. Joni Shaheen, William Weaver, James Wood, James VanDine, Lynn Vial, Cynthia Snyder, Kathryn Worthing- ton. Fourth Row-Gary Wilson, Robert Whitmoyer, David Toth, Rodger Swartz, Paul Wentzler, Larry Watson, John Wolfe, Carole Shoemaker, Richard Sutton. Absent: Jav Schwenk, Steven Seid, John Yocum, Cynthia Schneider, Linda Seig. First Row-William Brown, Joan Carson, Linda Brooke, Ronald Clark, Mary Ann Barnes, Louis Burns. Second Row-Vincent Dugan, Loretta Dugan, Deborah Colburn, Thomas Brungard, Daniel Cooper, Richard Bitler, Larry Bubb. Third Row-Linda Brown, Suzette Eckman, Bern- hard Brinker, Nancy Banghart, Danna Bubb, Sherry Bubb, Anna Bernnardi, Ray Buck. Fourth Row-Rebecca Blaser, Ann Coppes, Ronald Brelsford, Sherman Barto, William Bubb, Dale Dewald, Dale Clayton, Janice Eiswerth, Bon- nie Anderson. GQSJ 0 '70 First Row-John Frisch, Betty Jane Hawk, Norman Egli, Cynthia Fiesfer, Jeanette Hill, Jim Feigles, Deborah Heck- nauer, Burten Fiester. Second Row-George Fry, Lane Kis- ner, Susan Hartman, Jane Hartman, Collins Maurer, Susan Fry, Jean Jacobs. Third Row-Charles Hess, Wil- 5 i E liam Kahler, Robyn Kepner, Linda Gray, Virginia Feigles, Todd Livingston, Ilene Hower, Deborah Hilner. Fourth Row-Kenneth Ellis, Mary Gray, James Lamparter, Gary Hill, Thomas Hess, Barry Hutchins, Robert Ellis, Vickie lseley, Robert Kiess. First Row-Lana Merrill, Charles Oden, Joseph Richlin, Kathy McKee, Jan Nixon, Patricia O'Dell, .John Soler. Second Row-David Ritter, Mary McCarty, Susan Pauling, Bertha Narber, Joanne Rine, Kenneth Moore, Ann Persun, Donald Plotts. Third Row4Kermit Miller, Patty Maust, Nancy Lucas, Cheryl Long, Deborah O'Donnell. Catherine Lupold, Jeanne McCarty, Gary Sanderson, Fourth Row- Hurley Poust, Lonnie Persun, Robert Schiffhauer Barry Stiger, Walter Sander, LeRoy Mosteller, Edward Ott Samuel Ryder, Thomas Reuther. Gkss 0 '70 First Row-Debra Seaman, Richard Wall, George Walton. Second Row-Robert Zarr, James Temple, Larry Yocum, Steven Warren. Third Row-Daniel Wertman, Nancy Wilt, Belinda Springman, David Whitmover, Barbara Sher- wood, Third Row-Marilyn Wentzler, Victoria Thompson, Roger Wilson, Gail Sullivan, Jerry Watson, Marlene Swartz, Kathryn Sones. firer Ravzaeerg Buarnan, Karhleen, Anaeraan, ,Larry Berlharlz, Sayid E e9ranner, Dana Berlin Tamaa Biddle, Se nd was le Aenren Th reaa Bemeral eeeefr sa rr , e , Srl D'l9ll'r fh'B NaaAGhal Kgrergivgaahenaghirdskifhkeggnng Be?g2?f?hamaH? Sreniggf Jaallh Akers, Vereniea Andrews-, Kalhy Camminge, Diane Qrinleer, Judy -Sewer ,Barbara-Aalf, faurlh Rowzlaaalyn Srelelara Phrlga Beslan, Kathie Allen, Gargfleea, Wayne Andrea, Ralan Charlea, Raaerra Braalse, nay Carter.- Ghfe gf '71 first Ravzbayla Hllner Dayla Hill, Daniel Fenaferrnae: her, Seeend Rewzaanara Fry Lanaa Qwnfer Mrehael Hill, Lrnaa flask, Mary Haaaehneef, Raaenele Fry, Thrrd Rev-flialah Fry, Catherine Heaerlrna, Jael Fryanf, Vue: faria Hill Wesley Eall, Charlene Haee Wayne Gardner, Dale Frey, Fsurlll Revzlaan Hall, Raaerf Hall, Virginia Enrz, Elizabeth Gleaaan, Barbara Eels, Deaarah Feiales, Kathleen Gaffsehall, Carla Keener, Sue Flaylarf, Fir! law-Gary McMichael, Cynthia Reed, Jacqueline Rarig, Daniel McClain, Mac Lowe, Dale Nuss. Second Row-Bertha McCarty, Joyce Metzger, James Nuss, Lynn Johnson, Barbara Long, Ronnie Kies, Barbara Kyle, Wil- liam Pewterbaugh. Third Raw-Samuel Newman, Debra Nuss, Mary McCarIv. Lou Ann Myers, Ann Rathrnell, Allen McCabe, Lawrence Johnson. Fourth Raw-Michael Little, Kathy Pfleegor, Lorena Robbins. Kathryn Myers. Deborah Michael, Sara Phillips, Sharon Reese, Harold Phillips. GQJW gf '71 First Row-Sandra Woodling, Rebecca Waltrnan, Kathryn Smith, Jean Rodannel, Robert Snyder, Donald Tallman, David Smith, Betty Vandine. Second Raw-Frances Ver- meulen, Dorma Temple, Nancy Sieg, Darwin Whitrnoyer, Joseph Wentzler, Sondra Shaheen, Joy Wertrnan, Mar- garet Walkup, Shirley Watson, Ruth Ann Stover. Third Row-David Schick, Katherine Srnay, William Waldron, Joan Schaeffer, Harry Stroup, James Walton, Roger Sones, Sue Sullivan, Jorge Zornosa, Dale Reece. 7,4 .M-'affix ' "And I wanted 'fo be cz surgeon!" "What was that again, Mr. Z? n V" a X lx Driver Ed. class and their prize-winning float haunt South Side Mummers Parade. Juniors sure are messy. 36 u-.QA Two flags wave proudiy. Witches brew good luck for the game at Hughesville "Those darn history questions!" True Confessions? 37 U, .. First Row-S. Decker, J. Schively, J. Sones. Second Row T. Schoch, W. Tobias, J. Stanley, D. Barnes. Fourth Row -E. Breneisen, F. Plotts, J. Long, B. Bradburn, M. Mc- -P. Brown, G. Saam, D, Kahler, J, Fairchild. B. Reu- Cabe, L. Sones. Third Row-R. Springman, T. Bressler, ther, L. Wertman, G. Fogleman. goofgaf Mr. Richard Zukauckas Varsity Coach Mr. Paul Kelley Backfield Coach Mr. Robert Winn Mr. George Dietz J. V. Coach Jr. High Coach VARSITY First Row W Thursby K Houseknecht J Waltman Second Row J Hartman S Zerbe T Griggs D Miller D Pauling R Rathmell Thlrd Row P Overdorf J Balliot T Stutzman R Taylor K Yagel D Balum Muncy Muncy Muncy Muncy Muncy Muncy Muncy Muncy Muncy Muncy Muncy Muncy Muncy Mun y Mu cy Muncy Muncy .... Canton Warrior Run Montoursville Mifflinburg Mahoney Joint South Williamsport Bald Eagle Nittany Hughesville ..... Loyalsock .. Montgomery .. J UNIOR VARSITY Montoursville .. Warrior Run . .. Montgomery .. Jersey Shore .... Hughesville ..... South Williamsport Southern Area . . . T Stroup Fourth Row R Brown R Campbell M Davis J Schneider S Wall D Lucas Fifth Row R Kemrer W Barlow R Alexander C Keyser Co captains Jay Schively and Jerry Sones led the light scrappy but inexperienced team in some exciting contests despite their inability to register a victory The South Side Mounties edged the Indians by a 2l 20 margin to pro vide Muncy fans with a real thriller The last minute defeat at Montgomery finished the season with an O-lO record. Returning letterman Dana Balum scored 64 points during the season to become the Indians high scorer. Chosen to represent Muncy in the annual West Branch All-Star game on Thanksgiving Day was Jay Schively Senior guard. tgmnneism mikiks mv G1 lbtlszrik. 'Mime Hvllmik Ilf1kd1.INlex:xt tfiimre llfmv ww lhfzmi uqiifw' Ssilwm Mikes lkiisilvxsiif as fMii'Qf Ilszstlfsi sun M llmfxsl fcmfwmvrd ww mm fam!! Snhbadkyrnmaesiimnoszaselfiailfuzwmffuilerftiez. mx Q We 93064 csenzbr yen? R. Nlmumvndkrr JI.. fFmiimdhiiIldI TF, Llfwriigm JJ.. Hklvmvmurnw !Hl. Nirlk D. Millar IP. Omaruiimrff D, Pmulihngy na. mmwfmmn 11. www 11. Sdhmdb il. Sums S. Zathe 483 Left to right-R. Koch, J. Stanley, T. Griggs, R, Wert, J. Brink, H. Miller, D, Myers, Mr. Terry Crouthamel, Coach. fbjasfefgaf SENIOR PLAYERS J. Brink T. Griggs B. Koch Senior Ted Griggs, broke all per game scor- ing records at Muncy as he led the league with 353 points and a 22.2 average. Along with Griggs, seniors John Brink and Bob Koch will be lost by graduation. Return- ing lettermen Don Myers, Dick Wert, Howard Miller, and J, R. Stanley will form the nucleus for next year's team. Coach Terry Crouthamel won the respect and admiration of players and fans alike as his small squad lseven boysl made every game on exciting contest. The jayvees of Bob Winn, led by Paul Brown and Cary Keyser, played good ball and demonstrated a considerable improvement as the season progressed. Along with Brown and Keyser, Bruce Bradburn, Marty McCabe, Don Kahler, and Bill Barlow will be scrapping for varsity positions next year. Muncy Muncy Muncy Muncy .... Muncy Muncy Muncy .... Muncy Muncy Muncy Muncy Muncy Muncy Muncy Muncy Muncy Muncy Muncy Muncy Muncy .... JUNIOR VARSITY First Row-M. McCabe, V. Shook, L. Wertman. Second Row-Mr. Robert Winn, Coach, P. Brown, B. Bradburn, D. Kohler, C. Keyser, W. Barlow, R. Brown, VARSITY Lewisburg . . . Millville ........ Mifflinburg ..... South Williamsport B. E. N. ....... . Montoursville . . . West Snyder . . . Montgomery . . . Hughesville .... Loyalsock ..... Warrior Run . . . Lewisburg ...... Mifflinburg ..... South Williamsport B. E. N. ....... . Montoursville . . . Montgomery . . . Hughesville .... Loyalsock .... Warrior Run .. ...56 Muncy .....55 Muncy.... .....43 Muncy ....78 Muncy.... .....56 Muncy.... .....52 Muncy.... ...46 Muncy.... ...76 Muncy ...46 Muncy ...68 Muncy ...72 Muncy .....49 Muncy .....63 Muncy.... ....66 Muncy .....55 Muncy.... .....75 Muncy ...38 Muncy ...44 Muncy ...55 Muncy ...65 Muncy 45 JUNIOR VARSITY Lewisburg .... Millville ........ Mifflinburg ..... South Williamsport B. E. N. ....... . Montoursville . . . West Snyder .. Montgomery .. Hughesville . .. Loyalsock ..... Warrior Run .. Lewisburg ,...,. Mifflinburg ..... South Williamsport B. E. N. ....... . Montoursville . . . Montgomery .. Hughesville . .. Loyalsock . . . Warrior Run .. V6 ,aff QW . 1.0 3 xmf iff af 'X 1 xi ff Q, ffl z , ,A f 'V UI ff 'ny' LJ- ,. ""' Q .L Q Q Q' u A I X F1 6 bww, 5 X4 1 I 'A x ' is Rxwsl a , - t 2 5: 1 34 A 'C 5 Q55 r 'Q 5 1 K fY'Va x "Va 2: WY 11 , 'wer 4' ,'i,!4'WZ7" W ,, 'hi mai' 'a ,L ' cf Q- K.. W' W if 1' Q if W, www .x w x ,--- ., X Q X ik Q Q '- A ' N, m L -X sw :gnu . ' QWWN, " 'R Q Xe .. QWQNSY VARSITY WRESTLING First Row--L. Gardner, R. Campbell, R. Saheen, L. Sanes, G. Fogelrnan, D. Balum, J. Schively Second Row-R. Springman, E, Breneison, W. Tobias, L. Johnson, R, Soars, C. Michael, Mr. Earl Poust, Coach. JUNIOR VARSITY WRESTLING First Row-J, Wolfman, T. Trimble, J. Young, M. Eckman, H. Shipman, S. Wharton Second Row-I. Kepner, S. Wall, R, Taylor, T. Stulzman, D. Bogart, J. Long, M. Davis L Sager, Mr. Lynn Poust, Coach. 48 1 wresffhy Another winning season was in store for the wrestlers of Coach Earl Poust as they racked up a marvelous IO-3 overall record, The Indians were especially strong in the lower class weights as Roger Campbell at 95 and Bob Shaheen in the II2 slot carried away sectional honors, Dana Balum, only a junior, advanced to the regional finals. All the Indians will be returning next year to varsity action with the exception of senior Jay Schively. An equally impressive record was compiled by the Junior Varsity. Wrestling fans particularly en- joyed the exciting performances of Harry Ship- man, Jeff Young, and Charles Long, Coach Lynn Poust's prize grapplers this year. SENIOR WRESTLER S C 0 R E S VARSITY Record IO-wins 3-losses Muncy .... 3I Mifflinburg .......... I6 Muncy Muncy .... 47 South Williamsport .... 5 Muncy Muncy .... 28 Bald Eagle Nittany .... I2 Muncy Muncy .... 30 Sel insg rove .......... I3 Muncy Muncy .... 26 Montoursville . . .... I2 Muncy Muncy .... 26 Montgomery . . .... I4 Muncy Muncy .... I2 Williamsport . . . .... 3I Muncy Muncy .... I5 Hughesville . . . . . . .2I Muncy .... 2I Shamokin .. .... I7 Muncy Muncy .... 26 Loyalsock ..... .... I 7 Muncy Muncy .... I2 Warrior Run . . . .... 24 Muncy Muncy .... 30 Lewisburg .... .... I 4 Muncy Muncy .... 20 Jersey Shore . .. .... I9 Muncy 49 Muncy .... Jay Schively-I33 Ib. class East Central Sectionals JUNIOR VARSITY Record 7-wins 6-losses 33 Mifflinburg ..... 36 South Williamsport I9 Bald Eagle Nittany I9 Selinsgrove ..... I8 Montoursville . . . 40 Montgomery .. I5 Williamsport .. 20 Hughesville . .. II Shamokin . . . I4 Loyalsock .... 9 Warrior Run .... I7 Lewisbu rg .... I O Jersey Shore .... Bolum on woy to regional win Shively strains for better position. 50 Mr. Poust puts his best foot forward I think l've found your contact!" Big Charlie nails another to the mats. gn Jozbgzaf 33131922 chaps Ed Breneisen--145 lb. class Williamsport Invitational Tournament Champion East Central Sectional Runner-up Roger Campbell--lO3 lb. class East Central Sectional Runner-up District No. 4, 3rd place Dana Balum--127 lb. class Williamsport Invitational Tournament Champion East Central Sectional Champion District No. 4 Champion Regionals Bob Shaheen-l'l2 lb. class Williamsport Invitational Tournament Runner-up East Central Sectional Champion District No. 4 Runner-up Qonfey ygasfefgaf Ever heard of playing basketball on donkeys? The MHS faculty and seniors tried their hand at the sport this past January as the event was brought to Muncy High School by the Chorus. The outcome? Seniors l8-Faculty l4, -gs, 11121514 csporfs JUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL First Row-J. Wood, D. Barto, B. Biddle, R. Feigles, R. Sutton, L. Pauling, L. Watson, D. Houseknecht. Sec- ond Row-P, Wentzler, J, Reed, D. DeWald, B. Hut- chins, T. Gordner, R. Martin, C. DeBrunner, T, Barnes, D. Toth. Third Row-C. Oden, W. Brown, L, Bubb, R. Zarr, C. Feigles, J. Watson, E. Ott, S. Ryder, D. Mr. Dietz took charge of the Junior High football, as Muncy became a member of the five team Junior High League. The ninth grade football team compiled a 3-l record, losing only to Mifflinburg. Their best showing came an l8-O victory over Warrior Run. Mr. Dietz, who also had charge of the seventh and eighth graders, had the seventh graders scrim- mage among themselves to gain experience. The Junior High grapplers captured the Junior High wrestling title under Mr. Alfred Snyder. They completed an undefeated sea- son 7-O-l log, tieing only with Lewisburg. They also won the team title in the first Jun- Rritz, J. Feigles. Fourth Row-K. Houseknecht, G. Wal ton, K. Miller, T. Reuther, R. Buck, W. Kahler, V. Dugan L. Persun, J, Bennage, G. Sanderson. Fifth Row-R. Alex- ander, T. Brungard, T. Livingston, J. Soler, J. Reuther, Coach-Mr. George Dietz. ior High Wrestling Tournament held in our gym. The winners in the tournament were, Ray Brown, Vince Dugan, Bob Zarr, Dave Bardo, Harold Phillips, Dale Bontomase, and Roger Feigles. With Mr. Richard Zukauckas as coach, the Jr. High Basketball team, establishing a 5-3 record, finished in a tie with Mifflinburg for first place in the league. They also finished second in the West Branch Tournament held at Warrior Run. The 7th and 8th graders of the J. V. squad fin- ished with a 3-5 record. JUNIOR HIGH WRESTLING First Row-W. Brown, L. Bubb, V. Dugan, R. Zarr, D. Bardo, H. McCarthy, H. Phillips. Second Row-J. Colburn, manager, D, Bontomase, R. Feigles, D, Fritz, E. Ott, B. Stiger, J. Martin, C. Feigles, Coach-Mr. Alfred Snyder. JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL First Row-R. Carter, G. Walton, D. Wertman, J. Wat- J. Reed, T. Gordner, D. Houseknecht, L. Watson, J son, W. Kohler, A. Wall, K, Moore, M. Wilt, D. Mc- Reufher, J. Wood, Coach-Mr. Richard Zukauckas Cloin. Second Row--B. Burkholder, J. Walton, D. Toth 55 Varsity-First Row--R. Burns, C. Buck. Second Row-L. Milheim, D. lhrig, P. Campbell, E. Schneider. Third Row-J, Derrick, V. Auker, C. Carlucci. G6eefka0Qm Junior Varsity-First Row-B, Campbell, J. Soler, K. Kennedy. Second Row-L. Brooke, B. Aldish, J, Rhine, A familiar sight at all athletic events was our cheerleaders led by captain Peg Campbell and advisor Mrs. Patricia Kelch. The girls contri- buted to our football, basketball, and wrestling teams by conducting tre- quent pep meetings, sponsoring pep buses, and in other ways attempting to boost Muncy High's school spirit. With the money from record hops, the girls purchased sporty new uniforms. Throughout the year they partici- pated in several cheerleading compe- titions: the West Branch at Highes- ville, Central Pennsylvania at Loyal- sock, and the Wellsboro competition. Senior Cheerleaders-J. Detrick, P. Campbell C. Buck. il . J. 4394453 , ,V '. A, df? A , U 33 5 it :ig gg? . ,'2,3 girl rw Q - Q' ' A-1.-1-T,"1., .- . - . ' 114 - Um . 4 ' -'S-' V.: A 1 '- if WW- ' ' 'ns Q' 3 41' AI 7' 4 'Ti 'J' S' 3. Lf' 'M , Y . -1 f' , '. A rn- " ,Ni -1.09 " oxf' p 'A - iwlv., Cgfg "1 - . , 3 .x,., " 3, p. '. ,QP Q'-,J It K. fg " , ' " , . ' 'X' b . x s f . lr, QQ. 5' ,' X, n 9, '-. 5,4 'Pye N is , w , , 9 ,tg -, 5 Qi- ,4 jS ai Y . F n .u - 4 Z, A . v .H i ,tl ' ' -up , 1 A lf. I. A yi' x X, , l Q. s N. ,. P 1 u ,QP . X, L. ..- 'rg.X.!'. 5.6-.0 4 A . . ,Ii .., afm.LL,., ,W .A 9' , 4, l. X , Q hx . 1 1 ., -.M . -af - f , . -,, K 1- . ., , K, r .v ff, M ., M- . Wy Q' 4 -1 Y , I , it Q V., , kv-g.,5 ,5 5 N. ,in -. .1 ,F K ' .. Y ,.,, ..., . .., z..-9 a .1 ,, 4 ' . fy' .. . 'N . ,QQ- c x ' , . . ' M- ft x -. .V-Q .piid 4 , 5 e- I' ' 'Q 'Q U 7' A FEWFASQ i x v x qw in + K ' X If a V 'L " Q9 My ff 4. 'f 1 " -.Q"Ao 7 ,.- 'W' g - ,.' -. . . faqw 'f ?f?wm,tV's. Mw- wmw n 1 JEL "' f eve ,. First Row-D. Bertin, W. Gordner, D. McClain, K. Smith, D. Bertin. Second Row--V. Dugan, N. Akers, B. Glea son, J. McCarty, J. Hartman, L. Dugan, S. Soler, C. Hall, A. Rathmell, D. Tallman. Third Row-S. Bruch J. Temple, J. McCarty, A. Fairchild, M. Wentzler, Ki McClain, K. Worthington, C. Carlucci, C. Dugan, M. Turner. Fourth Row-M. Dugan, G, Kiefer, J. Wood J. Schively, B. Stiger, D. l-louseknecht, L. Pauling, K Ellis, S. Wilt, V. Shook. Fifth Row-T. Stroup, B. Har riman, J. Young, C. Keyser, D. Andrews, J. Pfleegor D. Miller, D. Snyder, l.. Johnson, B. Bradburn, J. Long Qgfufzzi The Student Council this year emerged as one of the most active groups in the school. In addition to the sponsoring of dances and the sale of peanuts, plans were made for the reinstallation of a pay telephone and a soft drink machine. A "victory flag" was also pur- chased to be flown after each victorious ath- letic contest. lnaugurated by the project com- mittee of the council was a unique "Teacher For a Day" program which took place in Jan- uary. The success of the program promises it to become an annual event. The formation of a Junior High Council was also begun. The first year president was Cary Keyser. G0 u12C1' The officers of this year's executive President ,... ...,............... . Vice-President. . . , Treasurer ............ Speaker of the House. .. COfTlI'Y1li'ieE WETEI . .Thomas Schock ...Diane lhrig .. .Ernest Hause . . .Cary Keyser Clerk of the House ............. . ........ Sheri Soler Clerk of the Senate ..........,....... Patricia Moore Chairman of the standing committees Project Committee, ....... .... .... , Rules Committee. ........... . . Service and Welfare Committee. . . . . Student Activities Committee .... Wefef ......Peggy Ott . , . .Linda Fisher .Roger Campbell . . .David Pauling Ways and Means Committee .... .... T homas Miller Executive Committee Senate Committee Heads Seated-L. Auker, P. Aldish, Mr. Schuyler, advisor, S. Miller, M. Frye, G. Peterman, M. Dugan, P. Eichenlaub Wilt, B. Koch, H. Kirk. Standing-S, Shadowens, J. C. Springer, C. Oberdorf. Zarr, A. Hall, B. Shaner, B, Merrill, L. Gordner, M. an zzsarczyo Cjfqf MEANING OF CANUSARAGO Canusarago was an aboriginal name for what is now called Muncy Creek. In Iroquois language the word signifies a "Town on a Rock of a High Place." lt is from the word "Canada," a town, "Ar," a rock, and "Ago," a place. Conrad Weiser, celebrated Indian inter- preter and guide, was the first to report of Canusarago and its inhabitants. "They are chiefly Shawanees and Chickasaws. There are about 20 men in the town when they are all at home," he writes. ln i768 the name Muncy was attached to the region and Canusarago was forgotten, Under the guidance of Mr. Stanley Schuyler, the Canusarago Staff has worked many long hours to make possible this publication of our annual. Edited and written by members of the senior class, the Canusarago is an album rec- ording the members of Muncy High School and their activities. This year's staff included: Co-Editors, Gloria Kiefer and Pam Aldish, assistants, Marshal Frye, Anita Hall, Business Manager Linda Auker, Sports Editor, Bob Koch, Photog- raphy Editor, Henry Kirk, Copy Editor, Susie Wilt, assistants, Barbara Shaner, Sue Sha- dowens, Judy Zarr, Art Editor, Bill Merrill, Head Typist, Carol Oberdorf, assistants, Mary Lee Dugan, Pat Eichenlaub, Linda Gord- ner, Marilyn Miller, Gail Peterman, Claudia Springer. Also assisting the staff were George Wentzler, junior editor, and photographer, Steve Smith. 1 ETH. 'Y A Gloria Kiefer, Co-Editor Henry Kirk Photography Editor Pam Aldish, Co-Editor 7 ., ' 4 Lf" The Yearbook in the making. First Row-M. Wilt, N. Akers, B. Bieber, B. Woodling, C. Pfleegor, S Shadowens, J. Detrick, V. Feigles, N C. Pfirman, L, Merrill, Mrs. Johnson. Second Row- T. Rider, P. Campbell. Fourth Row-R, Harriman, L. Fisher Heincelman, P. Moore, A. Hall, C. Nuss, R. Pewter- S. Murray, K. Barlow, J. Nielsen, G. Wentzler, R. Wilt baugh, L. Bay, B. Mack, S. Wilt, D. Hill, S. McCarthy. J. Zarr, E. House, B. Corson, M. Krause, W. Merrill Third Row-B. Shaner, K. Reynolds, S. Nielsen, A. Muir, .69 .y7Z9UZ?Cy Under the supervision of o new advisor, Mrs. Johnson, the MUNCY INDIAN has undergone many revisions. For the first time in the newspaper's history, the staff has endeavored to introduce news on the world level, along with the usual high school information. Another new addition was the symposiums conducted in the upper grades, reflecting the students' opinion. Co-Editors ...... . . .Peggy Campbell Diane Hill Business Manager... .... Melissa Krause Co-Lay-Out Editors ..... .... E rnest House Barbara Shaner Literary Exchange Editor .... ...Robert Harriman Photographer ........... . . .Charles Pfleegor Advisor .... .... M rs. Johnson 64 1 First Row-J. Woodside, A. Hall, D. Hill, B. Shaner, Schively, L. Anderson, R. Lowry, B, Thursby, P, Brown, G. Kiefer, C. Bohr, L. Bay, C. Dugan, B. Richlin. Second D. Pauling, S. Murray, L. Fisher, A. Muir, B. McBride, Row-J. Rodarmel, D. Ault, D. lhrig, P. Aldish, M. J. Detrick. Fourth Row-J. Long, L. Gardner, E. l-lause, Krause, B. Corson, S. Moore, J, Hessler, D. lhrig, P. K, Barlow, L Sager, T. Miller, R. Wert, G. Wentzler, Campbell, S. Wilt, L. Sones. Third Row-P. Moore, J, J. Turner, G. Ellis, J, Zarr, E. Poust, G. Peterman. abou afjign or 067.919 The National Honor Society, under the guidance of Mr. Lynn Poust, is an organization made up of students, chosen from grades lO, ll, and l2, who maintain honor roll standing and display leadership and desirable character traits. The main project was the publishing of the student handbook, the Path- finder, with Pamela Aldish as the editor. 1. a fe w. 2. R an A , .. i .. , .W f , ,J I pledge to scholastic I l standing, to holdgang-,uYwtdrn.iShid character as Pfegderllj ""' 'HD' Poulmg ' Viceepresident. . .. .. . .P. Brown G fundamental and to Secretary . ., ...S. Wilt give myself others. ln so Trecswer --,- .,,. L I Fisher doing I shall deserving as ci member of the National firlonor Society. 65 First Row--J. Vanbuskirk, A, Shetler, A, Hall, T. Akers S. McCarthy, C. Hall, N. Guisewhite, M. Wilt, D. Wert man J Wood J Berl J Bird J Reuther B Burk- i - 1 - Y Yi - 1 - 1 A holder, D. Barto, R. Puderbaugh, J. Royston, T. Hiericel man, M, Nuss, S. Hall, R. Burkholder, E. Bordy, C. Buck, C. Pfirman. Second Row-B. Bieber, S. Nielsen, B. Shan er, M. Turner, B. Woodling, S, Robb, C. Lupold, M. L Dalton, L. Burns, L. Watson, C. Debrunner, D. Toth B. Hutchins, L, Kisner, B. Bieber, C. Dugan, N. Ken nedy, J. Taylor, B. Richlln, N. Akers, M. Flock, G Hill, V, Auker. Third Row-G. Wertman, P, Campbell Mr. Fred Eshleman Chorus Director 1 C. Bahr, D. Ault, L. Bay, P. Girven, A. Muir, W. Frye E, House, D. Rupert, D. Milheim, P, Brown, W. Bird R. Wilt, C. Zimmerman, J. Schively, R. Robbins, P Aldish, R, Lowry, F. Crawford, D. Hill, J. Detrick, S Wilt, R. Burns, R. Rahrig. Fourth Row-S. Warren, K Lyons, C. Carlucci, L, Kirkner, L. Milheim, J, Hessler C, Fetter, B. Carson, S. Shadoweons, W. Merrill, R Harriman, L. Sager, P, Overdorf, C. Michael, M. Frye T. Schoch, H. Kirk, R. Soars, F. Neece, K. Barlow, J Ptleegor, G, Baker, J. Zarr, M. Krause, K. Benner, S Murray, M. Miller. The three choruses, under the direction of Mr. Fred Eshleman, are composed of students who demonstrate a desire and ability to sing. This years accompanists were Judy Zarr and Miss Mary Jane Witmer. The year's activities included a spring and winter concert, a trip taken in May, and other community engagements. Muncy also served as host to the North Central District Chorus this year. During the week of March 23rd, more than 250 students from 40 high schools participated in two pub- lic concerts and attended a specially planned ,party and banquet. i Ld First Row-T. Bennordi, K. Bush, S. Shoheen, D. Brinker J. Hill, A. Rothmell, D. Hilner, K. Kisner, M. McCarty K. Long, S. Floyhort, V. Andrews, C. Benner, J. Akers L. Flock, D. Hechnouer, B. Hawk. Second Row-M Houseknecht, S. Woodling, P. Boy, K. Smith, M. Schenck, B, Campbell, S. Koch, G. Snyder, A. Lucas, D. Nuss, D. Wharton, J. Hortmon, D. Young, D. Bertin C. Reed, S. Fry. Third Row-J. Rodormel, R. Woltmon R. Kiess, D, Colburn, L. Dugan, C. Little, J. Mc G,60fUSQS Junior High Boys' Chorus First Row-D. Smith, D. Bertin, D, DeBrunner, D. Reece, W. Egli G. Cless, Second Row- D. Tallmon, D. Hilner, D. Fensfermocher, K. Ashton J Zornoso J Wolton H Philli s Third Ro . - , , . , . p. w-M. Lowe, G. Budmon, R. Fry, B. Pewterbough, L. Beilhorz, L. Johnson, W. Wold- ron, W. Andrews, H. Stroup. 1 Corty, D. Feigles, J. Wertmon, C, Hose, G. Wolkup J. Rarig, L. Robbins, M. Wentzler, A. Bennordi, V Hill, N. Wilt, J. Nixon, L. Merrill. Fourth Row-S, Fry L. Myers, J. Brelsford, K. Heberling, D, Michael, K Smoy, N. Bonghort, J. Eiswerth, J. Brelsford, S, Sullivan K. Myers, D, Nicewinter, B. Gordner, L. Crowshow, B Gleason, V. Feigles, K. Pfleegor, S. Phillips, S. Reese R. Brooks, S. Bubb. 1 DRUMS V. Shook J. Wood T. Heincelmon S. Murray A. Long J. Colburn BELLS B. Corson TROMBONES M. Krause L. Sager G. Wertman R. Wilt B. Hutchins S. Flayhart BARITONES M. Frye D. Pauling M. Wilt CORNETS J. Byerly B. Bird V. Thompson C. Zimmerman N . Kennedy P. Baskin J. Watson D, Barfo J. Wertman BRASS HORN C. Pfleegor FRENCH HORNS G. Snyder M. Schenk B. Burkholder CLARINETS J. Hessler C. Allen A. Lucas L. Milheim C. Hall V. Snyder S. Amey L. Burns C. Lupold A. Bennardi S. Bubb lBoHoml lTopl ALTO CLARINETS C. Dugan J. Lupold BASS CLARINETS L. Anderson L. Kirkner BARITON E SAXOPHONE D. Wertman TENOR SAXOPHONE T, Miller ALTO SAXOPHCNE J. Shook W. Frye S. Phillips M. McCarthy J. Miller FLUTES S. McCarthy J. Zarr B. Woodling B. Bordy J. Hartman N. Guisewhite K. Schiffhauer MAJORETTES J. Shaheen C. Benner S. Wilt K. Reynolds S. Nielsen D. Hill Head Maiorefte J. Pfleegor Drum Majorette Our high school band, under the direction of Mr. Charles Neiman and Betsy Bordy as assistant director, is one of the busiest organizations in our school. Not only does it participate in all football games but also in the Memorial Day and Halloween parades. ln the month of April the band presents an annual spring concert after approximately four months of diligent practice. The county band con- cert, held this year at Montoursville High School, was attended by members of our band. The main purpose of this organization is to provide entertainment and enlightenment for the public. lt also gives the students the knowledge of musical skills and a sense of appreciation. Because of the efforts of each member toward earning money, the band has been able to take a trip each year. Last year they participated in the Blossom Time Festival at Niagara Falls, On- tario. This year the money raised went toward the purchase of new uniforms. QYZUQQS 93412 SAXOPHONES TROMBONES AND W. Frye BARITONES J. Shook M' Krause J. Hessler M. pwe D. P l' 1'ENoR SAXOPHONE L, Saogilng T. Miller R. Wilt B. Hutchins BARITONE SAXOPHONE D. Wertman PIANO J. Zarr CORNETS B. Bird C. Zimmerman J. Byerly B. Burkholder V. Thompson DRUMS V. Shook BASS FIDDLE B. Bordy 69 AQ.. First Row-L. Vermilya, D. Akers, V. Auker, D. Flock, G. Peterman, D. lhrig, P. Campbell, M. Dugan, R. Lowry, C. Pfirman, N. Kennedy, S. Soler. Second Row -V. Snyder, S, McCarthy, N. Akers, S. Robb, P. Gir- vin, E. Poust, B. Richlin, C, Young, C. Buck, D. Hill, S. Wilt, M. Turner, S. Hall, C. Hall. Third Row-M. Flock, T. Heincelman, M. Fromm, B. Woodling, K. Rey- nolds, M. Miller, A, Hall, N. Ryder, L, Bay, G. Wertman, 2 F' M. Bird, R. Pewterbaugh, C. Bubb, C. Dugan, R. Burns Fourth Row-T. Akers, N, Guisewhite, C. Benner, L Anderson, L. Milheim, S. Moore, L. Fisher, J, Detrick, S. Warren, B. Carson, S. Nielsen, C. Fetter, B, Bieber F. Crawford, Fifth Row-J. Landis, J. McCarty, E Schneider, S. Shadowens, R. Robbins, N. Reed, G. Boker P Ott, K. Barlow, G. Ellis, J. Pfleegor, S. Murray, L Kirkner, A. Muir, K. Lyons, P, Aldish. 91124 .9 Jqfmfzb K-issoczkzfzbzz Mrs. Patricia Kelch, faculty advisor of the G.A.A., has contributed greatly of her time and effort to make this organization active and worthwhile, Girls who possess skill in sports have the opportunity to become members of the basketball, volleyball, and hockey teams, ln addition, approximately twelve members are chosen to attend Play Day at Williamsport High School in March. Members of high standing are awarded letters on All Sports Day, Money is raised through the selling of booster ribbons to students and the maintenance of a candy stand at all athletic events. President ...... .... P eggy Campbell Vice-president.. ...... Diane lhrig Secretary ...... ...... R oberta Lowry Treasurer ....... . .Mary Lee Dugan Candy Manager. . . . . . .Gail Peterman First Row-J. Balliet, C. Richart, T. Stroup, R. Thursby, W. Merrill, C Long, Second Row--R. Shaheen, R. Campbell, J, Schively, J. Sones, D. Balum, G. Fogelman, L. Womels- dorf, P, Overdorf, T. Ritter. Third Row-K. Roger, S. Wharton, E. Breneisen, F. Plotts, W. Thursby, M. Eckman, W. Tobias, D. Pauling, R. Ratmell, Fourth Row-L. Sones, S. Decker, J. Stanley, D. Miller, H. Miller, R. Soars, T. Griggs, S. Zerbe, J. Brink. arszg This year the Varsity Club is under the new supervision of Mr. Stanley Schuyler. The club is organized to promote good sportsmanship and competi- tive spirit among its members. Profits from the sale of Christman candy, the club's annual project, made possible the purchase of "M" jackets. These jackets were presented to fifteen seniors who have won two or more varsity letters. President ....... .... J erry Sones Vice-President. . . ..... Scott Zerbe Secretary ...... .... R oger Campbell Treasurer. . . . .Dana Balum 7l First Row-L. Vermilya, D. Akers, V. Auker, D. Flock, P. Ott, M. Miller, F. Crawford, B, Carson, B. Shaner, N. Kennedy, S. Soler. Second Row-J. Reeder, S. Mc- Carthy, N. Akers, G. Peterman, E. Poust, B. Richlin, P. Campbell, C. Buck, D. Hill, S. Wilt, C. Hall. Third Row -M. Flock, T. Heincelman, M. Fromm, C. Benner, K. Reynolds, B. Bordy, N. Miller, J. Lupold, R. Pewter- baugh, C. Snyder, J. R. Lowry, Fetter, B. Za rr, C. Barlow, J. P. Aldish. Bubb, C. Dugan, R. Burns. Fourth Row-C. McCarty, T. Akers, E, Schneider, L, Milheim, S. Moore, J. Detrick, D. lhrig, S. Nielsen, C. Biever. Fifth Row-P, Moore, N. Schadt, J Allen, S. Oyster, J, Hessler, N. Reed, K. Pfleegor, S. Murray, A. Muir,'M. Krause, J oosfer The Booster Club, under the supervision of Mr. Stanley Schuyler, was organized to promote public interest in the sports of Muncy High School. Girls in grades ten, eleven, and twelve are eligible for membership and must maintain 15 points per year. The activities include decoration of the gridiron for home football games, selling programs for all sports events, and the charting of booster buses for OWGY QOITISS. Officers are: President ...... . . .M. Miller Vice-President .... ...... P . Ott Secretary ...... . . .B. Carson Treasurer .,... . . .F. Crawford First Row-S. Wooclling, T. Bennardi, D. Bertirl, C Reed, K. Smith, J. Akers, D. Heckncurer, T. Biddle Second Row-M. Barnes, K. Bush, M. Schenck, A. Rath- mell, W. Eichenlaub, V. Ault, J. Shook, S. Pauling J. Brelstord, S. Fry, o. Colburn, B. Campbell, J. Soler: D. Gardner, J. McCarthy, S Hartman, D. Snyder, L. Merrill, C. Benner, Mrs. McClain. Third Row-C Wolkup, B. Ellis, J. Hill L Brown J Nixon A Persun S. Temple, D. Nuss, Ky Ptleegor,'C.' Miller: cf Hower: L. Crawshaw, A. Lucas, S, Reese, L. Myers, D, Hilner, S. Hartman, B. Narber, B. Sherwood, F. Vermulen, J Fogelmen. Fourth Row-N. Wilt, S. Bubb, J. Rhine, D. . Breneisen, K, Turner, G. Jacobs, G. Andrews, C. Schneider, M. Wentzler, V. Thompson, G. Sullivan, L. Grey, L. Sutton, B. Gordner, K. Myers, I. Smith, B. Holmes, S. Bruch, N. Banghart, A. Bennardi. Fifth Row -D. O'Donnell, C. Long, L. Neuter, K. McClain, C, Bush, D Cotner, K. Worthington, L. Vial, J. Brink, J. McCarty, M. Rupert, J. Brelsford, J. Eiswerth, C. Shoe- maker, V. Feigles, M. Curley, J. Shaheen, B. Aldish, G. Dapp, A. Fairchild, I. Long, A. Coppes, B. Anderson. QQ- Ween C616 One hundred and three girls in grades seven through nine were initiated as members of the Y-Teens at a special basketball tournament held in Feb- ruary. This organization, sponsored by the YWCA, was guided through its first year under the leadership of Mrs. McClain and Mrs. Rathrnell. As the club becomes more established, dances, swimming parties, and a variety of other events are planned. President .... Vice-President .... .... Secretary .... Treasurer. . . Chaplain. . . . . . . .Kath Turner ......Beth Aldish Kathy Worthington . . . .Ann Fairchild . . . . .Jane Brink First Row-M. Flock, A. Detrick, B. Holmes, V. Ault, D. Gordner. Second Row-M. Curley, R. Rarig, S, Warren, D. Ault, K, Lyons, B. Kiefer. Third Row-C. Schneider, L. Hower, K. Worthington, L. Crowshaw, J. Kilgus, G. Andrews ,S. Bruch, D. Breneisen. Fourth Row- A. Fairchild, B. Gardner, S. Eck, C. Bush, B. Mock, F. Crawford, V. Warren, L. Kirkner, C. Snyder, gufure urs es The Future Nurses Club, under the guidance of Mrs. Crawley, is an extremely active group within our school. This year the girls work as volun- teers at the hospital, they made their own blue-and-white striped uniforms to wear at the hospital, they made Christmas cards for the members of the Geriatric Unit and rag dolls for the children's ward. Also planned are a car wash, a record hop, and a campaign against smoking. The officers for this club are Donna Ault, President, Kathy Lyons, Vice-President, Beverly Kiefer, Secretary, Sue Warren, Treasurer, and Rhonda Rarig, Historian. -mr-m..y,, 74 First Row-I. Kepner, W. Odon. Second Row+W. Mc- Carty, C. Jacobs, G. Wilson, S. Kepner, W. Vandine, R. Lang, J. Vandine, J, Rarig, C. Egli. Third Row-J. Har- mon, S. Fenstermacher, R. Hill, R. Sones, R. Bachle, Gzufure armers 0 The Future Farmers of America, started lo- cally in 1936, is a national organization for boys in grades 9-12 who study vocational agriculture. These boys are given instruction in all phases of farming and related activities. An extensive shop and farm mechanics pro- gram is also provided. The activities include field trips to the Bloomsburg Fair and Penna. State Farm Show. Also, the organization participates in local and state contests. Fund raising activities in- clude the sale of seeds and repair of farm machinery. l.. Wilson, D. Bogart, D. Charles, F. Sones, L. Hubbert, J. Jacobs, A. Deppen, K. Charles, R. Springman, D Fiester. 5' . IZQQFICG Advisor-Mr. Earl Poust President-John Fry V. President-W. Vandine Secretary-Frank Sones Treasurer-R. Long Chaplain-lvan Kepner Sentinel-David Bogart Reporter-James Harman ' A Q L First Row-L. Vermilya, D. Flock, L. Auker, D. Akers. Second Row-R. Rarig, R. Springer, C. Young, C. Neitz, G. Peterrnan, N. Miller, C. Bubb, M. Fromm, C, Metzger. Third Row-E. Egli, S. Ashton, L. Temple, C. Snyder E. Snyder, S. Oyster, E. Smith, P, Girvin, N. Schodt, C. Oberdorf. Fourth Row-P. Johnson, V. Warren, S. I Warren, C. Lupold, M. Eichenlaub, L. Gordner, D. Brooke, W. Frye, M. Miller, L. Kirkner, J. Lupold, M.. Dugan. Fifth Row-P. Eichenlaub, H. Swartz, G. Ellis, P. Ott, T. Wentzler, T, Ritter, P. Anderson, W. Gra- boski, L. Womelsdorf, N. Reed, C. Allen, C. Springer, V. Baker. 5303122933 Cjofzcabbn This year the sample fair emerged as one of Muncy High's most popular events. The credit for this fair can be given to our hard- working Business Education Club and their ad- visor, Mrs. Sampsell. Additional fund-raising activities included the sponsoring of record hops and a car wash, Ways and Means Chairman. . . Social activities were not their only contri- bution. Through continued efforts, they have created a special scholarship fund. This an- nual award of SlOO will be given to a bus- iness student interested in furthering his or her education. President ...... .... G ai! Peterman Vice-president ..,. ..... L inda Auker Secretary ........ .... C laudia Springer Treasurer ......,........ . . .Thomas Wentzler Program Chairman ......... .... M arilyn Miller . . . .Dianna Flock First Row-G. Feigles, S. Nielsen, S. Eck, J. Brelsford, A. Bennardi, T. l-leincelman, B. Bachle, B. Gardner, P J, Pfleegor, Mrs. Wert, advisor. Second Row-M. Barnes, Ott, M. Wentzler, E. Smith, J. Reeder, C. Schneider, R M. Schenck, G. Snyder, D. Ritter, S. Koch, J. Martin, Burns, C. lseley, J. Leech, A. Lucas. i 5-f Ezfrar sszlsfanfs Student Librarians, under the direction of Mrs. Wert, give mhny hours of volunteer service to the school library. Circulation work, clerical help, publicity, and certain mechanical duties of preparation and maintenance are a few of their numerous activities. l 77 Seated-G. Anderson. First Row-L. Temple, E. Smith, N. Schodt, P. Minier. Second Row- T. Ritter, R. Wilt, M. McCabe, P. Ott, C. Allen. J roczogasblrzy The broadcasting club is a relatively new organization at M.H.S. The club advisor is Miss McVey and the officers include Don Snyder, Presidentg Peggy Ott, Vice Presidentg Anna Sheatler, Secretary and Treasurer. The main purpose of the club is to keep the student body well informed by making daily announcements over the Public Ad- dress System, ln the future they hope to broaden their knowledge of communications by visit- ing several local radio stations. 78 First Row-Mr. Hose, advisor, H. Frey, R. Thursby, T. Wentzler, C. Pfleegor, C. Pfleegor, W. Thursby, R. Scars. jfqechbnzkf The purpose of the Projectionist Club is to insure the smooth and effective use of visual aids. This is established by having trained personnel to operate projectors and have them in the proper room at the appointed time. Members set up and operate the equipment, make necessary minor repairs, and assist where needed in the audio visual field. 79 First Row-P, Overdorf, T. Hess, C. Pfleegor, J. Rodarmel, L. Sager, Mr. Shrimp, advisor. Second Row-B. Hawk, G. Hill, V. Entz, H. Frey, K. Lyons, B. Eck, R. Robbins, L. Robbins, D. Michael, S. Warren, M. Wilt. GAQSS C616 The Chess Club, under the direction of Mr. Shrimp, has as its main purpose the teaching of its members the game of chess and the art of good sportsmanship. The planned projects for the year are a small tourna- ment between the faculty and the members of the Chess Club late in Janu- ary, and a play-off tournament within the club at the end of the year. President ....... . . .Charles Pfleegor Vice-President ............ .... J erry Rodarmel Secretary-Treasurer .......... ........ G oil Hill Assistant Secretary-Treasurer. . . .,.. Barbara Eck BO F llll llll THE SENIORS' FINAL ATTEMPT TO SABO TAGE THE BUILDING foils Bl Qsoczdfqcfzkfzbes Sqgouzyofjf 72212 . Q .W , f iff ,ssfsf1f':fs' f T .3 S 5 u ab . - X 3 . f aw' f M, -QV , 4 4, .N 'W Nag, was is W W N X sk t x 4' 'W in X, , . ' as Q53 3553355 it My m,R" SA sw, W , A ' A it W QW ww Q .J ,H Svmavf :Q wif? M W isa? R, , i N wi A K' , 'EA J M 1- W sw 3,52 ,C Hffw Left to Right-S. Kepner, P. Johnson, J, Schively, P. Campbell, T. Schoch, A. Muir, D. Miller, C. Buck, M, Dugon, P. Anderson, S. Wilt, M. Frye, P. Eichenloub, R. Long. my Our! Flaming Foliage Queen Susie Wilt 85 9 tag .N We .lg 2, ' L S 'gf 'Y ' l gif t 5' X55 1' ,gr Q K f L, F i . 3 2:1 Q fir Qt? CU enzbr GQSS JQy Hgh Qtfeuer 700 buafev Out of a clear blue sky, Mr. Lee, who has devoted most of his life to making money so that his wife and children would have every wish fulfilled, decides all of a sudden to give up his business and become a family man. His son Charles, a high school boy, is am- bitious to become a great football player, but when his family tries to stop him from playing in the biggest game of the season, he is driven to distraction. Then too, there is Kathryn, the neighborhood pest, who is continually getting in his hair. Poor Charles! Money is the root of evil for him, lf his father weren't so busy making it, his mother so busy spending it, his sister, Virginia, so vain and selfish because of it, he would have his name on the sporting page of every newspaper in the country he says. It is at this point that Miss Stanley, Mr. Lee's secretary, comes to his assistance in his attempt to turn over a new leaf and be a home body. Naturally he succeeds in his own words he has never failed in anything. 86 THE CAST Mr. Lee .. ......... .. .. Peggy Campbell Jerry Rodarmel .. Jay Schively Mrs. Lee .. Charles ... ... ... . Susie Wilt Virginia ... .. Deedie .. .. Jackie Detrick Kathryn ..... .. Candy Buck Miss Stanley . . . ...,. Judy Zarr Lewis ........ .. Bob Harriman Arthur .................... Tom Schoch . Paul Overdorf Roger Rathmell, Bill Thursby, Scott Zerbe Society Ladies ................ 'Pam Aldish Marilyn Miller, Ann Muir Sandy Murray, Barbara Shaner Football Players ..... . . . . . Dave Pauling, Student Director .......... Melissa Krause Prompters .................... Diane Hill Ernie Hause, Paul Overdorf K mf Q' We'II have to get together and figure this thing out. You're never around home long enough to see any of us. -3 4..-. R -F . . , yr aff?-1 The wedding is the last of next month. B7 Mr. Thomas 0'Boyle Play Director What kind of stuff are you up to? me mmf Slam Most Athletic Peggy Campbell, Ted Griggs Most Courteous Linda Fisher, Dove Pauling Best Natured Jackie Derrick, Scott Zerbe 88 Most Dependable Pom Aldish, Jerry Sones Most Sludious Melissa Krouse, Bob Wilt Best Looking Pot Eichenloub, Tom Schoch Most Likely To Succeed Pct Moore, Bill Thursby ,, 1 ,.-Q-H- ww' Egg? Hill ' 'f' ' f r V' is r- if . , ., ., X 1'-f.,A ,. I l if' i -E i llil l'l le l l,iA 'f in fig TQ rf llizlllr in in ix ln? Best Dressed Susie Wilt, Ernie House Most Witty Marilyn Miller, Darrel Miller S753 if we year gfaf we Sw Chorus and band entertaining on Rainbow Bridge at Niagara Falls. A farewell gift for Australian Exchange Student, Angela Myles. We-5 Gossipy Seniors Indian visitor, Mrs. Neela Pandit 92 Those wild Senior parties! Student Government Day provides on op- portunity for seniors to put their teaching abilities to use. A team spirit booster 0143... O12 759 YFOQJ 70 Q fyufuf -wuz? ' ' f "I . N 'wa ig! Ai 'Fm Y ' '-fm L. Q- 3, ' ,Q ' A 5 ,, ,. - ,wyf ,. pf I . .l ,uf s. ' NVFVSAGV-7a v' b Vw, f' .' Aff . xi' - ' ' '. ali' ' . 3 inf- "Q 'vw Z' ' ' 951 A ' f l Q' A v f : M f- - f "mf f"'t:f,c..ffn': ,in .fi , . . .,,.L,,1,,,.-ff 54,4955 5-if-V M 'fd' v ' , A ...Q .,, ,, - ,- , fy .f, ., M 'W' 1' Ar . . gs' ' f- ,- A 3, 1, Q r an . V ' Q, f .1 f K, 3 :rn f-M ' r wr -W" .?'?51" f Uwe 4 4 ,Q ,f ig 'P' . , ,aw-,V,fi:r IJ' ,:',, , ,.. , 4 A . K .,,- '-'fy' f ,f Q 3' T ' 4 Y t, . , 'T ff' 'ff 522u,.,,gpG,. gf? gf gf' V A as Sf. . , 1 I , '. in Lk .V .fr tb ' J my A Aish ,.,v I . ,X pam KW 9 it I v , K 'O ,M jc, ., g 'g,-,,1 -ffzf, ff, ' f ., gW ' . f 3 ' ,' ' 5-'f M . '. .J-QQ, i '53 , gxl, J '5'.:,7.Q W My A Qs , ,'A,,. n ll Ag-xi y ,. ry., vw-, ,, 4. 5 A, lrgxnxi r.w,r,S---V' ,L 'y - .-, . fy, 'I ,.f'f'1a:?3Hu x 1 , ,fix if Wiz H ' ,q,R,af,4. 2 .' ,J Q' , L1 f ' -tw ug ' ,lsr-'ww' " J' ,, 9 ,L , f" ' 'pw JN :A ' M, -, - iff , ,551 ' Q I - -. -I--nd no. ,af ,' , S v -v-M1 ' -4 4 M , K Q g--- Q., kr .Ju - ,- Rx , f xNY"' A 1 ' 2 , I 'Q 4 x . Q. --.fix ut S- ivrlag .Sf K ,- Q if . - 1 za, as-f ,mx .. 5, v ,s ,-Y pw- ,A , , x.,.ifqf,xe, W x B ,, "' N if ' 'L . f Q- wg-.3 ay., ,, 5. . .. Chi-5 0 It would be hard to recount all our hilarious and sad moments within the walls of Muncy High School, As we leave we cannot help but recall some of the highlights of this, our sen- ior year. How could we forget the fine per- formance of the faculty at the Donkey Bas- ketball game Mr. Shrimp's locker patrol the invasion of Go-go boots and Granny Gowns our last minute essays and term papers .. . Mr. Lynn Poust's ESP .. . the fun we had with Mr. O'Boyle preparing for our class play Mr, Grieco's unsuccessful ex- periments . . . our odd ways of transportation -eleven in a VW those daily "Soupy Sez" reports that mass confusion of the district chorus the memorable moments at Harry's Hangout . . . our endless search for a willing college ... the Blizzard of '66 which CLASS OFFICERS President ..............,....... David Pauling Vice-President .... ...... P eg Campbell Treasurer ..,. ...... M ary Lee Dugan Secretary ,,.. ........... G loria Kiefer Advisor .... ..., M r. Richard Zukauckas 7 66 "unfortunately" caused us to miss two valu- able days of school and the 3:00 drag? Then came our final month-the Sen- ior Prom, Class day and our climaxing mo- ment, GRADUATION. We would like to express our appreciation to the ever-courteous Mrs. Trexler, our will- ing guidance counselor, Mrs. Rathmell, and Mr. Gresh with whom we shared both des- pairing and rewarding moments. Above all, we thank Mr. Zukauckas for seeing us through our last years at Muncy High School. We, the Class of 1966, hope that we will be remembered ALMA MATER diverge or our ways have one -Muncy High as we will always cherish our No matter how far our paths interests broaden we will al- phase of our life in common School. Pamela Dee Aldish Academic x h SW, yi r 1, w Jffv w A mifyffgc ff it on if 0i5f,ij,2g, me . Ju C JB cv ,WN Fred Emerson Akers Academic Teresa Ann Akers Academic 97 Robert Luke Alexander Academic Linda Joy Anderson Academic cfxo"-- U 0 9 9bC,f4gVi"5gfmj Georgia Ann Boker Academic 98 Paul LaRue Anderson Business Education Lindo Lee Auker Business Education Kellie Jo Barlow Academic Lindo Marie Boy Academic William Lea Bird Academic Terry William Bressler General Candice Jane Buck Academic Sandra Lou Budman General John Charles B rink Academic 99 Richard Scott Decker General awp, ,, IOO Peggy Lou Campbell Academic Jacqueline Ann Derrick Academic Mary Lee Dugan Business Education Esther Arlene Egli Business Education Elizabeth Margaret Farley General Patricia Ann Eichenlaub Business Education Linda Kay Fisher Academic Darlene Ann Fiesre General James Edward Fairchild Academic 101 heme? agp 'lk' Dianna Marie Flock Business Education Linda Jane Gordner Business Education Marshal Max Frye K Academic 102 John Raymond Fry Agriculture Susan Kay Gardner General Walter Charles Graboski, Jr, Business Education Theodore Joseph Griggs Academic V, ,,, I veggi- new James Sylvan Harman Agriculture Robert James Harriman Academic Anita Marie Hall Academic , . iqlfwug J ID3 Diane Kay Hill Academic IO 4 John Dunlap Hartman Academic Ernest Matthew House Academic Chester Monroe Jacobs Agriculture Lona Lee Hower Academic James Emanuel Jacobs, Jr. Academic Patricia Ann Johnson Business Education Henry Ecroyd Kirk IV Academic Gloria Sue Kiefer Academic Harold Scott Kepner Agriculture D05 Virginia Sue Lourenson Academic . , W 6, YO6 Robert Edward Koch Business Education Melissa Ann Richards Krause Academic Hua I Joyce Fay Lupold Business Education Ronald Luray Long Agriculture Sarah Jane Martin General Dale Maynard Milheim Academic ,janv Carol Ann Metzger Business Education William Floyd Milheim General William Franklin Merrill Academic IO7 "Qi Nancy Louise Miller Business Education T08 Darrel Kenneth Miller Academic Deborah Kay Miller Business Education Marilyn Ann Miiler Business Education Patricia Edna Moore Academic Ann Elizabeth Muir Academic Cassandra Ann Murray Academic Carol Ann Neifz Business Education Angela Gwynnath Myles Academic -mc, MTU, John Michael Nielsen Academic lO9 Q-N-any Paul Irvin Overdorf, Jr. Academic 110 Katherine Elizabeth Nuss Academic Carol Lucille Oberdorf Business Education David Vaughn Pauling Academic Gail Elaine Peferman Business Education Charles Downing Pfleegor, Jr. Academic Jocqulyn Jean Reeder Academic Carl Eugene Richurt General Karen Jean Reynolds Academic Roger Stephen Rothmell Academic III K be Wm David Alon RUDGVT Academic 11 112 Nancy Louise Rider Academic Sally Ann Richlin Academic Richard Thomas Sherwood General Karen Ann Schiffhouer Academic Jay Allen Schively Academic Seth Thomas Schoch Academic Susan Lee Shadowens Academic Jerry Lee Rodarmel General Barbara Ann Shaner Academic 113 Thomas Clifford Wentzier Business Education 9149.1 'iii'-1559" 114 Claudia Jean Springer Business Education Jerry Joy Sones Business Education Linda Darlene Stone General Helen Grace Swartz Business Education Judy Ann Taylor Academic Milford LaRue Snyder Academic Robert David Thomas Business Education Donald Burner Wilt, Jr. Academic William John Thursby Academic H5 v, 14 POV John Byrton Winder Business Education 116 Robert Murphy Wiif Academic Susanne Wilt Academic Lee Shipman Womelsdorf Business Education Janet Eileen Woodside Academic Carl Lewis Zimmerman Academic Judith Ann Zarr Academic Scott Douglas Zerbe Business Education CLASS FLOWER CLASS COLORS Carnation Blue and White CLASS MOTTO Now we launch, where will we anchor? CLASS PLEDGE Now that we have launched our ship and are setting sail upon ci new voyage, we, the class of 1966, do hereby pledge ourselves to uphold and de- fend the standards of our school, community, state, and nation, to meet lite with new vigor and courage, and to strengthen our thoughts and minds in order to become honorable, self-respecting, worthwhile, American citizens. May God help us in this, our pledge. 117 QS Q12 zbr FRED AKERS Academic I, 2, 3, 4, May Day 3, Wrestling I, 3, 4. TERESA AKERS Academic I, 2, 3, 4, Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, May Day I, 2. PAM ALDISH Academic I, 2, 3, 4, Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 3, 4, Pathfinder Editor 4, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, Librarian I, May Day I, 2, 3, Russian Club I, Muncy Indian I, 2, 3, Stu- dent Council I, V. Pres. I, Yearbook 4, Editor 4, Class Play 4, Prom Committee 3. BOB ALEXANDER Academic 3, 4, Football 4, M Club 4, Science Club 3. LINDA ANDERSON Academic I, 2, 3, 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Gym Team I, 2, Honor Society 3, 4, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, May Day 2, Science Club I, Yearbook 4, Prom Committee 3. PAUL ANDERSON Commercial I, 2, 3, 4, Broadcasting Club 3, Business Ed. Club 3, 4, May Day I, 3, 4, LINDA AUKER Commercial I, 2, 3, 4, Business Ed. Club 3, 4, V. Pres. 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Yearbook 4, Business Manager 4. GEORGIA BAKER Academic I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Future Nurses Club I, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 4, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, May Day I, 2, 3, Science Club I, Muncy Indian I, Yearbook 4. Zzkecfory KELLIE BARLOW Academic I, 2, 3, 4, Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Future Nurses Club 2, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 3, 4, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, May Day I, 2, 3, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook 4. LINDA BAY Academic I, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Intra- murals I, 2, 3, 4, May Day I, 2, 3, Muncy Indian 4, Yearbook 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 2, 3, 4. BILL BIRD Academic I, 2, 3, 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Dance Band 3, 4, Chorus 2, 4, May Day 2. JOHN BRINK Academic I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals I, 2, 4, May Day I, 3, M Club 3, 4, Photography Club 3. CANDY BUCK Academic I, 2, 3, 4, Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader, I, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Gym Team I, 2, 3, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, May Day I, 2, 3, 4, May Court 4, Class Play 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4. TERRY BRESSLER Commercial I, 2, 3, General 4, Football 3, 4, Intramurals 4, Wrestling 2, 3, Chess Club 4. SAN DRA BUDMAN General I, 2, 3, 4, Gym Team I, 2, Intra- murals I, 2, 3, 4. PEGGY CAMPBELL Academic I, 2, 3, 4, Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader I, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, V. President 3, President 4, Gym Team I, 2, 3, Honor Society 3, 4, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, May Day I, 2, 3, 4, May Court 4, Class Play 4, Muncy Indian I, 3, 4, Co-editor 4, Student Council 2, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Class V. President 2, 3, 4. csenzor Qzkecfozy LOCKE CUNNINGHAM General I, 2, 3, 4, Gym Team 4, M Club 4, Intramurals 4. SCOTT DECKER Academic I, Commercial 2, 3, General 4, Basketball 2, Football I, 2, 3, Intramurals I, 4, M Club 3, 4, Student Council I, 2, 3. JACKIE DETRICK Academic I, 2, 3, 4, Booster Club 2, 3, 4, V. President 3, Cheerleader I, 2, 3, 4, G.A,A. 2, 3, 4, Gym Team I, 2, Honor Society 3, 4, Treasurer 3, May Day I, 2, 3, Class Play 4, Muncy Indian I, 2, 3, 4, Student Council I, Secretary I, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Prom Committee 3. MARY LEE DUGAN Commercial I, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, May Day I, 2, 4, May Court I, 4, Student Council I, 2, 3, 4, President I, Yearbook 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, Business Ed. Club 3, 4, Class Treasurer 2, 3, 4, Prom Committee 3. ESTHER EGLI Commercial I, 2, 3, 4, Gym Team I, Business Ed. Club 3, 4. PAT EICHENLAUB Commercial I, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A, 2, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, May Day I, 2, 4, May Court 4, Yearbook 4, Prom Committee 3, Business Ed. Club 3, 4, Chorus I. JIM FAIRCHILD Academic I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, 3, Football 4, Intramurals I, 2, 4, May Day 2, 3. DARLENE Fl ESTE General I, 2, 3, 4, Gym Team I, 2, Chorus I, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, LINDA FISHER Academic I, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 3, 4. DIANNA FLOCK Commercial I, 2, 3, 4, Business Ed. Club 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Booster Club 2, 3, 4. JOHN FRYE General I, Agriculture 2, 3, 4, F.F.A. 2, 3, 4, President 4, Intramurals 4, Wrestling I, 2, 3. MARSHALL FRYE Academic I, 2, 3, 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4, May Day I, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 3, Yearbook 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4. LINDA GORDNER Commercial I, 2, 3, 4, Business Ed. Club 3, 4, Gym Team I, Honor Society 3, 4, Intra- murals I, 2, 3, 4, Librarian I, 2, 3, Russian Club I, Yearbook 4, Prom Committee 3. SUSAN GORDNER General I, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4. WALTER GRABOSKI Commercial I, 2, 3, 4, Business Ed. Club 3, 4. TED GRIGGS Academic I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4, Captain 4, Football 4, Intramurals I, 2, 4, M Club 3, 4. ANITA HALL Academic I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 3, 4, Intramurals 3, 4, May Day I, 2, 3, Russian Club I, Muncy Indian 4, Yearbook 4. JAMES HARMON Agriculture I, 2, 3, 4, F.F.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, Intramurals I, Wrestling 3. csenzbr 2212? Cf0Iy BOB HARRIMAN Academic I, 2, 3, 4, Gym Team I, 2, Honor Society 3, 4, May Day I, 2, 3, Class Play 4, Russian Club I, 2, Muncy Indian I, 2, 3, 4, Student Council I, 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, JOHN HARTMAN Academic I, 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Intra- murals I, 2, 4, May Day I, 3, M Club 4, Photography Club 3, Student Council 3. ERNIE HAUSE Academic I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Gym Team I, 2, Honor Society 3, 4, V. President 3, Intramurals I, 2, May Day I, 2, 3, Class Play 4, Russian Club I, 2, Muncy Indian I, 2, 3, 4, Student Council I, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4. DIANE HILL Academic I, 2, 3, 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Booster Club 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 3, 4, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, May Day I, 2, 3, Muncy Indian 3, 4, Co-editor 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4. LONA HOWER Academic 4, Intramurals 4. CHESTER JACOBS Agriculture I, 2, 3, 4, F.F.A, I, 2, 3, 4. JIM JACOBS Academic I, 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, Intra- murals I, 2, 3, 4, May Day 2, M Club 2, 3, Wrestling I, 2. PAT JOHNSON Commercial I, 2, 3, 4, Business Ed. Club 3, 4, Chorus I, 2, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Gym Team I, May Day 4, May Court 4, Student Council I, 2, 3, Prom Committee 3. SCOTT KEPN ER Agriculture I, 2, 3, 4, F.F.A. I, 2, 3, 4, May Day 4. GLORIA KIEFER Academic I, 2, 3, 4, Booster Club 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 3, 4, Prom Committee 3, Intramurals I, Russian Club 2, Student Council 2, 4, Yearbook 3, 4, Editor 4, Class Secretary 2, 3, 4. HENRY KIRK Academic 4, Chorus 4, Football 4, Yearbook 4. BOB KOCH Commercial I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals I, 4, May Day 2, 3, Yearbook 4. MELISSA KRAUSE Academic I, 2, 3, 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 3, 4, Intramurals 3, 4, May Day I, 2, Class Play 4, Senior Director 4, Russian Club 2, Muncy Indian I, 2, 3, 4, Business Manager 4, Student Council I, 2, Chorus 4, Dance Band 3, 4. VIRGINIA LAURENSON Academic I, 2, 3, 4, Future Nurses Club I, 2, 3, 4. RON LONG Agriculture I, 2, 3, 4, F.F.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, 4, Wrestling I, 2. JOYCE LUPOLD Commercial I, 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 4, Librarian I, 2, Chorus 2, 3, Business Ed. Club 3, 4. JANE MARTIN Commercial I, 2, 3, 4, Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Librarian 2, 4, May Day I. csenzbr Qzkecfozy CAROL METZGER Commercial 3, 4, Business Ed. Club 3, 4. BILL MERRILL Academic I, 2, 3, 4, Gym Team I, 2, 3, Intramurals I, 2, May Day I, 2, 3, M Club 3, 4, Science Club I, Muncy Indian I, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Prom Committee 3. DALE MILHEIM Academic I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 3, Football 3, Intramurals I, 2,.3, 4, May Day I, 3, M Club 3, Chorus 4. BILL MILHEIM General I, 2, 3, 4. DARREL MILLER Academic I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, 3, Foot- ball 4, Intramurals I, 2, 4, May Day I, 2, 3, 4, M Club 3, 4, Photography Club 3, Student Council 2, 4. DEBORAH MILLER Commercial I, 2, 3, 4. MARILYN MILLER Commercial I, 2, 3, 4, Booster Club 2, 3, 4, President 4, Future Nurses Club I, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, Librarian 3, Yearbook 4, Business Ed. Club 3, 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4. NANCY MILLER Commercial I, 2, 3, 4, Band I, 2, Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Librarian I, Business Ed. Club 3, 4. PAT MOORE Academic I, 2, 3, 4, Band I, 2, Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 3, 4, Intramurals 4, Muncy Indian 4, Student Council I, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4. ANN MUIR Academic I, 2, 3, 4, Booster Club 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 3, 4, May Day I, 2, 3, 4, May Court 4, Science Club I, Muncy Indian 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Class Play 4. SANDY MURRAY Academic I, 2, 3, 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Class Play 4, Booster Club 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 3, 4, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, May Day 2, 3, Science Club I, Muncy Indian 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4. CAROL NEITZ Commercial I, 2, 3, 4, Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Gym Team I, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, Li- brarian I, Business Ed. Club 3, 4. JOHN NIELSEN Academic 2, 3, 4, May Day 3, Muncy Indian 4, Prom Committee 3, KATHERINE NUSS Academic I, 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 3, Intra- murals I, 2, 3, 4, May Day I, 2, 3, Muncy Indian 4. CAROL OBERDORF Commercial I, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, Gym Team I, 2, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, May Day 3, Muncy Indian I, Yearbook 4, Business Ed. Club 3, 4, Prom Committee 3. PAUL OVERDORF Academic 3, 4, Football 3, 4, Intramurals 4, M Club 4, Chorus 3, 4, Chess Club 4. DAVE PAULING Academic 3, 4, Band 3, 4, Dance Band 3, 4, Football 4, Honor Society 3, 4, Pres. 4, Intra- murals 4, May Day 3, M Club 4, Student Council 3, 4, Wrestling 3, Chess Club 3, 4, Treas, 3, Class President 4. QS ezubr GAIL PETERMAN Commercial I, 2, 3, 4, Booster Club 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 3, 4, Intra- murals I, 2, 3, 4, Librarian I, Yearbook 4, Business Ed. Club 3, 4, V. President 4. CHARLES PFLEEGOR Academic I, 2, 3, 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4, May Day I, 3, Science Club I, Muncy Indian 3, 4, Projectionist Club I, 2, 3, 4, Chess Club 3, 4, President 4, Chorus I. ROGER RATHMELL Academic I, 2, 3, 4, Football I, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals I, 2, 4, May Day I, 3, M Club 3, 4, Wrestling I, 2, 3, Chorus I, 2. JEAN REEDER Academic I, 2, 3, 4, Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Librarian I, 2, 3, 4. KAREN REYNOLDS Academic I, 2, 3, 4, Band 3, 4, Booster Club 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, May Day I, 2, 3, Muncy Indian 4. CARL RICHART General I, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals I, 4, M Club I, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling I, 2. SALLY RICHLIN Academic 2, 3, 4. NANCY RIDER Academic I, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Intra- murals I, 2, 3, 4, May Day I, 2, 3, Muncy Indian 4. JERRY RODARMEL General 3, 4, Honor Society 3, 4, Intramurals 4, Class Play 4, Chess Club 4, Vice President 4, fbzkecfozy DAVE RUPERT Academic I, 2, 3, 4, Gym Team I, 3, Intra- murals I, 2, 4, May Day I, 3, Student Coun- cil I, 2, Wrestling I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus I, 2 3, 4. 1 KAREN SCHIFFHAUER Academic I, 2, 3, 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Intra- murals 3, 4, JAY SCHIVELY Academic I, 2, 3, 4, Band I, Football I, 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 3, 4, Intramurals I, 4, May Day I, 2, 3, 4, M Club 2, 3, 4, Student Council 4, Wrestling I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Class President 2, 3, Prom Committee 3. TOM SCHOCH Academic I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, Football I, 2, 4, Intramurals I, 2, 4, May Day I, 2, 3, 4, Class Play 4, Student Council I, 2, 3, 4, V. Pres. 3, Pres. 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Prom Committee 3. SUSAN SHADOWENS Academic I, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 3, May Day I, 2, 3, Muncy Indian 4, Student Council I, Yearbook 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Prom Committee 3. BARBARA SHAN ER Academic I, 2, 3, 4, Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Gym Team I, Honor Society 3, 4, Intra- murals I, May Day I, 2, 3, Muncy Indian I, 2, 3, 4, Co-layout Editor 4, Yearbook 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Class Play 4, Prom Com- mittee 3. RICHARD SHERWOOD General I, 2, 3, 4. MILFORD SNYDER Academic I, 2, 3, 4, May Day 3. Csenzbr Qzkecfory JERRY SONES Commercial I, 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Co- captain 4, -Intramurals 4, M Club 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, Wrestling 2. CLAUDIA SPRINGER Commercial I, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook 4, Business Ed. Club 4, LINDA STONE General I, 2, 3, 4, Booster Club 2, 3, Librarian 2, May Day I. HELEN SWARTZ Commercial I, 2, 3, 4, Business Ed. Club 4. JU DY TAYLOR Academic I, 2, 3, 4, Band I, Honor Society 3, Photography Club I, May Day 2, Chorus 4. ROBERT THOMAS Commercial I, 2, 3, 4, Band I, 2, 3, Business Ed. Club 3, 4. BILL THURSBY Academic I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 4, Football 2, 4, Honor Society 3, 4, Intramurals I, 4, M Club 4, Class Play I, 2, 3, 4, Student Council I, 2, 3, Projectionist Club I, 2, 3, 4. TOM WENTZLER Commercial I, 2, 3, 4, Football 2, Projection- ists Club 2, 3, 4, Wrestling I, 2, Broadcasting Club 3, Business Ed. Club 3, 4, Chorus I, 2, 3. DON WILT Academic I, 2, 3, 4, Band I, Football I, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, May Day I, 2, 3, Projectionists Club I, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling I, Chorus I, 2, 3. ROBERT WILT Academic I, 2, 3, 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Dance Band 3, 4, Basketball Manager 2, Intra- murals 4, May Day I, Muncy Indian 3, 4, Chorus 4, Broadcasting Club 3, 4. SUSIE WILT Academic I, 2, 3, 4, Band 3, 4, Booster Club 2, 3, 4, G,A.A. 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 3, 4, Sec. 3, 4, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, May Day I, 2, 3, 4, Class Play 4, Muncy Indian 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, 3, Yearbook 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, 'Prom Committee 3, May Court 4. JOHN WINDER Commercial 4, Intramurals 4. LEE WOMELSDORF Commercial I, 2, 3, 4, Gym Team I, 2, 3, M Club 2, 3, 4, Wrestling I, 2, Business Ed. Club 3, 4. JANET WOODSIDE Academic I, 2, 3, 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Booster Club I, G.A.A, 2, 3, Honor Society 3, 4, May Day 2, Student Council 2, 3. JUDY ZARR Academic I, 2, 3, 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Dance Band 4, Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Future Nurses Club 3, Honor Society 3, 4, May Day 2, 3, Class Play 4, Muncy Indian 4, Yearbook 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Accompanist 2, 3, 4,.Prom Committee 3. SCOTT ZERBE Commercial I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Gym Team I, 2, Intramurals I, 2, M Club 2, 3, 4, V. President 4. CARL ZIMMERMAN Academic I, 2, 3, 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Dance Band 3, 4, May Day I, 2, Photography Club 3, Science Club I, Chorus 4. Bartlow's Jewelry SPONSORS Citizen's National Bank Muncy Muncy Bowlarenc Country Corners Muncy Muncy Brms Coglntrydstore Williamsport erms G e Dairy Belle Brooke's Restaurant Muncy Muncy David's Store for Brozmanis Men and Boys Willionqsport Wllllonqsport Bryfogle's Flowers D0W'5 PlW"'f'UCY Muncy MUVYCY RCMIF Steele. Fort Brady Hotel oya ypewriters Muncy Williamsport Carl Stover, Furniture Frantz Plumbing 81 Heating Muncy Muncy C. A. Shire, Jewelers FfeY'5 Hardware Williamsport MUVWCY Ciraulo's Tastee Freeze Gilbert Brothers' Chevrolet Hughesville Muncy l24 SPONSORS Glamorise Foundations, Inc. Muncy Harder Sporting Goods Williamsport Harold Keller, Nationwide Insurance Muncy Harter's Drug Store Muncy Harvey F. Corson, Farm Equipment Muncy Headacre Dairy Muncy Heal Variety Store, lnc. Muncy Hi-Way Cleaners Muncy Holiday Market Muncy Hurr's Dairy Muncy 125 J. C. Greenya, Jewelers Williamsport Jones 81 Laughlin Steel Corporation Muncy Keystone Filler 81 Manufacturing Co. Muncy Levinson's For Men Williamsport Lowe's Self Service Grocery Clarkstown Lucie Decker Specialty Shop Muncy Lundy Lumber Company Muncy Mike's Esso Muncy Muncy Bank 81 Trust Company Muncy Muncy Pastry Shop Muncy Muncy TV Corporation Muncy Murray Motor Company Muncy Myer's Auto Pa rts Muncy Old Fort Nursery Muncy 0rlie's Sub Shop Muncy Park Bowling Lanes Williamsport Park Shoe Store Williamsport Paul's Department Store Muncy Peterman Family Enterprises Muncy Reliable Furniture Company Williamsport SPONSORS R. R. Adams Distributing Company Muncy Rudnitzki's Jewelers Williamsport Smith's Truck Lines Muncy Sprout, Waldron 8- Company Inc. Muncy The Class of '67 The Young Machinery Company, Inc. Muncy 20th Century Bakery B Williamsport Wallis Funeral Home Muncy Welsh Funeral Home Muncy Stryker Brothers' Car Sales Muncy 126 We gratefully acknowledge the support of these our Mr. and Mrs. Michael Aldish Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Alexander Mr. and Mrs. Carl L. Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Anderson Mr. and Mrs. S. Paul Auker Mr. and Mrs. Robert Baker Mr. Harold Benion Dr. and Mrs. R. H. Bennardi Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Bontomase Mr. and Mrs. Ira Buck Mr. and Mrs. Robert Campbell Mr. and Mrs. John Crociante Mr. Terry Crouthamel Mr. and Mrs. George Dietz Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dunn Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Eichenlaub Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Fairchild Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Fry Mr. and Mrs. Max Frye Mr. Lawrence Grieco Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Hall, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Harriman Mr. and Mrs. John T. Hose Mr. and Mrs. Karl Hower Mr. Robert S. Hughes Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A. Kepner Mrs. Shirley Kiefer Mr. Mark Krause Mr. and Mrs. Arthur M. Laurenson Miss Bessie Long Dr. and Mrs. E. B. Luft Mr. and Mrs. George H. Lupold Mrs. McClain Miss Laura McVey PATRONS Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Merrill Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Metzger Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Miller Mrs. Marie Miller Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Muir Mr. and Mrs. Henry M. Murray Mr. and Mrs. John Neilsen Mr. and Mrs. Lester M. Neitz Mr. and Mrs. John G. Oberdorf Dr. and Mrs. R. J. Patrizio Mr. and Mrs. L. Eugene Pauling Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Pfleegor Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rathmell, Jr Mr. and Mrs. John D. Reynolds Mrs. William H. Roberts, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John Rodarmel Mr. and Mrs. George Sauers Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Schiffhauer Mr. and Mrs. Francis L. Schively Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Shadowens Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Sones Mrs. Marian A. Springer Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Stutzman Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Swartz Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thomas Mr. and Mrs. John Thursby Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Wentzler Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wert Mr. and Mrs. C. Gordon Wertman Mr. and Mrs. George Wilt Mr. and Mrs Max L. Womelsdorf Mr. and Mrs. Frank Woodside Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Zarr Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Zukauckas IZ7 gr? Wemorzdm FRED E. AKERS September 12, 1948-April 27, 1966 We, the class of '66, regret the untimely and unfortunate departure of one of our fellow classmates. 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