Myerstown High School - Myrialog Yearbook (Myerstown, PA)

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P!'1v:f':pu!- - -Gr-urge S, Rh-191 LDLC STI ON Ldwln R N011 Mom oe S Haak Ra ph ID Smovi r' Rodm v P f 1 Harvey L, N1 tram-1' k Q 1 ru 'Il' .Vial GRXDP SCHOOL TEACHERS cated 1 M1sg Loose M Snavely Mrs Snavely tandxqb ln t U llbht Mrs Groff Mrs Emexlch M153 Schell Nrs hnavax i -E: .f --'Hr 'ffs7.:-'f-,-T---n-'fe-1-Q:-"r11"e . f Y, 'Y iff.-V-f ':?"I','?,"'1' 1 --721132-g-'1,-,fri Q, r 1 ,' .J 8 Q pf . 'K xxx A 'Qi it BBQ 5 Q A IKYNX Us-.LO LIPRARIAN ENGLISH TEACHERS ART TEACHER lgft to right Mrs Lantz Niles Donough 'vhss Neal Mlss Zug 'EFT Prvvwrv -+1-ww rv-vqv-r"vv-v , - .. 2 . , , . . , , A , ,I x f 11 .' f H' ,X - L7 .ii .. ,"f.' 'rf 'TTT' 'f' ".'.'.'. f,, ,V ff D. . , , ' Q -. t , -f--- - -M--, --E-L----M -----E-. ..-- . .-.....-.- -...,f,1.-,.,,,,. , .. 1.0-4, ..,, ,.f ...L ,L..4.-..s.- 1 mx cm 'xs Lockart Mr Shumdzv lil? -V 5. . X . I I . N' ' nh K I ,. Nf'kTiT'iI, !'?i,UfwiNl1 - "'fWXiIfRCY'xI. - HOVE ECONOMICS - AGRICULTITIE 1'll-Lil V11 Stvxrw-xy X' V1 ,Ik I '. . . 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Mr Lantz Mlss Immel Marque t tc H-v ry-,vv-1-q rr-Q 5 1 -V , A 1 5 " V I ' A-life, N- 4-H 'MV-kg Dr, mx . , ' . : 1 , , , ' , Mr, . . ,-' 2-in " 'Q 1.4-if:M':.l':AQ.4f1 '.:2lAilLl3f'fl-Qfl' .gf "'T""7'77' If A I ' I' Vi'53'5""""fV"1Y"""f 4.44.1-A-4.1.5.-4 be-1 ,..k....u.a.L .LAJIMMW v-QM-, ik JM.-as 'QTV' :alt W? -:ne 'yn MDSIF 1WD PHXSICAL EDYCATION TEACHERS 47" Left to light ' Yea lax V15k Dech Mr Daniels MISS Werner X v . . 'Q 'W' "Af"'-""""-vwfvv'-"--'-'ff-iv-1-rfvv nf- 4-'fy-V1-rj rv-Y ,Y-Vg-w-pw-. vw,-ry, X .,, , H., , V, H .,-,,f.y. :yJ-'::,u :cnc:.a.L4,.2.::,.:.T3..':,,'a '. . gf. , L Mg ,. MMM .. . A 1.10 M ,.sl,-ALJ:-4,51-.1VL,, , , . ,. . , I V . ' T D , 1 2 S s SENHJRS -Z, J 7 T C1153 OF C Class Motto A lnvcstment ln Knowledge always pays the best xnterest Class Flowez AYGTILZH Reautv Rose Class WGVIQOF MISS fuv Pxesldent Ellls Shenk YICE Prcs1dint Secretary kenneth Ncngert betty Ann Loose Treasuxer VZIQUQFIIL Marks I 1 NE T,1' , '43 , 3. J 1 R ' 1' 1 Q ' Class Colors: Green and Vhite .' 5 ', I . " Q O r 3 'Vx 7' ..v. I K 1 I9 Retty Mhz , al L n Hema P4 Itchy Commerc1a1 Reanle of her red ha Blond hailed Romeo Red lalx loscs hex tam ex heads are hls f8VOF1tQ C1115 Choxub Club D Clu 111 47. Xcademlg Shorty Plano to Qontlnue hex art work after gF3dU8t1UY 'yx1a1o Artlst The Dar lxn Wrats T x Fdscmhle Z 4 Ncwegram Artlst 4 VIX 1 hoxug s ' Fommfu 1a1 'Moby qulet fellow hut tull of o as s the one who se S cokes S LLL: 3 4 Raseball C' u I x, vj 6 , A - H' H 'ry U-a j I :Ll H , H , 5 H -,H In spite ' - - ir. - "' . Herrv ra-x g -- f px: .- L ' +. F,H,R,-3,43 A' 3' , ' ' 'Art , -13 D.R. . b 2 1.",33 D.R.D, F1 L.-2. ' .X X l , Q I Q A . iv X xx Annabel Vruhakcr Curtis DeHart A 4 Y x t Av Y, A , i . ' 5 ,, j k'fg hQ'3 1 J 11. L " Q 5 3 H - - .1 ' g . I"-Ni-Y-f?.fi.4gGl7'l4f 0"1'-f?,., 3 S 12.3. ,. :I . - 41 D,R,D. ,I b-3. li, g,' Pd L G1'1H' C ' 50:-lL,31 IS il, Helen Emerlch Ruth Fogelman Commercxal EMQIICD Home ECOHOmlCS Ruqty Can t quite make up her A rcd head who plans to b mlnd about her vocatlon a nurse School Treas 4 News Vewsgram CllCU13f1OH Wana ram 2 Tri H1 Y 1 e er 4 orus W D R D Clum Mxldred Fullmer Hllda Groff Commerclal Fxllmer Academlc Ch1gk Tall qulet and mu51ca11y Dependable and sedate ln inclxned manners Myrlalog Staff 1 H1 3 4 Newqgram 3 4 M1xed and Gxrls Choxub 0 3 4 Mxxed K C1115 C oxnqes 3 4 Glrls Ensemble 3 4 Scorekeepex for Gxrls nd 1 G 3 1F 5 F110 Uaeketball Team 1 4 I lif 3 9 H 11 1 I, I x Q i , I f 'a 3' A ,. 1 ht ' 5? I' :J OW ' ' so D' ' 1 ' Q .. ' ' : f H I h I .. 5 ' . in ' wx 'f ' ' ' ' .. -. , Q . , 1 H , I 4 l Q ' r ' 3 f-1 . ' L. E A , , - ' 4 I . .. w 1 I vw' . 4- 1 . l ' ', 5-j 1 I A . 1 . - "S ,, ' . V M A N 3 V . 4 . I , 'C L A 2: i 4 1. T' -- x . V - - V. . I . 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M-ni, fi 1' Mylesetta Gross Dorothy Heinz KL ads mn Mouse Commerclal Dotty Ttus attractxvf. blond A S11Ck chlck who has fxlendly and popular a strong determlnation Nyrlaloy Xssoc Pd T11 Myr1a1og Typist Tr1 H1 es wspram Library 1 2 D R D C u r The Dar 11m Ura s 1rls Waskctrfal Iadm as-, X 1X Chc IS We'-r Mahlou HL mpm 1 le y Phil lip Ilunslgker Agx 14 ultural Ile mpu le Agrlgulture Ph111y A blg he man S nxox wutm The unspoken word does that look ln hxs nyc h'u'm Mxxed Chorus lm-, orus J 4 Countv Chorus '5 Llbrarv 1 I 'Y X v K -4 Q I ,', A Ax 425' ' X I f , ,J ' 7.'f.' "- ' 1 .'-- - IIi-Y-".3,- V. Pl' 4 N0 ,if Y-43 - , 3 . . . 1 '13,-Hi,-41" ' ,I t,"'1 2. G' ., ' 13. ln" - '.3,41 V1 ',P1'vs,-3:F?' ed ' n':,'3,4. ! V r M I A X , .' . HA, I. ,Y-v -, an - ' -- .Q ' ' ' Y 1 no J 5-23141 1 F.F.A,-1,2,3,4, Ch J-'?,', I F,F,A,-"-SUV,-Ijg Gloria Keeney Helen Kintzer Home ECOUOmlCS Keeney ACt1V9 1n sports and has manv 1d8aS T 1 H1 Y 9 3 Basketball 3 4 Cheerleader 3 4 News gram P 3 Sports Edltor 4 F 3 4 GIFIS Chorus D Club 9 Cora Kl1ne ACadGm1C Kl1n1e Jolly and full of fun plans to be an organlst Trl H1 Y 9 3 Chaplaln M1X9d Chorus 1 2 3 4 G1r1s semble 9 3 4 G1r1s Chorus 9 4 Newsgram D R D C1 b Commercial K1ntzer Oh those natural curls Loves to giggle D R D Club 9 G1r1s Chor u 9 3 Tri Hi Y 3 Donald Klopp Academic This lucky lad shouldn t fret hasn t done h1s home work yet Myrialog Staff The Dar ling Brats Band 1 2 3 4,Mixed and Boys Choruses 1 2 3 4 Kloppie I K, G+.,--4 U 5 w .3 " ' I I . i,- A ' .. : rg , I . - . 5 " -. I , . , ' Ii I In . I I ' - ' V. 3 . 2-0 4 - I 4 . 3 - - 1 " -- .' A I I X 9' I f ' ' " K s-- 4' ' Q- - . 4 .Q n P-4 ' - I H : C . . M X c - . H , I I C0 :Q .' bg 1. 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' W 23 'QEE9 bf Retty Ann Loose Academlc Loose She s an amhltlous athlet lC and popular lass Myrlalog Staff The Dal ng Rrats Trl H1 Y P 3 4 ed and Glrls Choruses 1 Band l 3 4 GIFIQ Basketball ass V Pxes c Vyra Maze CommerL1al M8219 X slngere fun lovlng lass Glrls Basketball team Newsgram 0 D R D C 1 9 1 H1 Y f'y'N Marguerite Marks Commercial Magg1e Our confident class treas urer a charming little miss Tri Hi Y 9 3 4 Class Trea surer 9 3 4 Newsgram 0 iuf'y June Mlller Academlc Junle A chatterbox who can al ways be found 1n the candy room Myrlalog Staff Tr Hi Y 9 Band 1 P 3 4 Girls C or s 1 3 4 Student Counci 0 Newsgram 1 D R D Club P 4 A - X ' , f ' K . 5 ' - 1 - li Ng F- '-'-L, , gmig- --, , : ' ' 9 -6,3- ' f' .-:- .?,3,4g' H,3,l,lCikffY , 1 ,.-eg Sfc.-Z. ik Ui. 5 . .gwz , :I " 'f , ,. ' -fly' f ' - 3,411 - -,g , , , lvb-,g . ' g 1- - -M. Tr'- '-'-2,3,4, 3.4.1 A - ,x, , 5 ' n - u,- .?. . 2 1-eg E 4 I 4 1 1 4 1 is "::-' , , f ' S -...LX 1. 1' I, Richard Moyer Marie Oxenrelder General D1gk Home Economics Mar1e A friend to he w 11 A petite reserved blond ways be he also knows hle DIIDI from Stouchsburg 1ng from A to Z Llbrary Club Q 3 D R D 3 Shop Gang 4 N E Q17 Edwln Rlttle COmm9TC1a1 Eddie Super salesman shy but frlendly D Clu 9 1 it Betty Rouh Academ1c Red She sure goes places w1th her new Convertible Oh oy Myrialog Staff The Dar11ng rats T 1 H! Y Q Pres rls' Fneemble 1 J 4 Mixe Chorus 1 P 3 4 Studcnt Coungxl E 1 Q all 1 31- , A A W KJ .y A z: H S, V... 5 , he 5 j . 1 ' , . , b f D.R. . b-. . :N 1 ' R ."'g l"- - - ,3. D.-43 Q Gi S, . ,, ,7.', Q . d 1 I J- .'. . : I ' ' -2 ! I I . i ,,, ,., ,, . V, . S ,.,., -- I -- ' , 'xl , - W . . -V - - WV ,A Y Q lee.-, 1 JQSSIS Rowe Luke Royer cademic Jess A gal of sunny nature who plans to be a gym teacher Myrlalog Staff Wewbgxam Sports Ed 4 Glrls Basketball 4 D R D Club 9 3 4 Countv Rand General Peepy Thinkxng 15 an Ldle waste of thought Library Club R 3 D Club Shop Gang 4 Ruth Schell E1l1S Shenk Home ECOHOMICQ Ruthle Academlc Shenky A frlend 1n need she ll Ready and Wl111Dg moqt help indeed capable too Always on hand A hls port to do Myr1alog Assoc Ed Class LS Sec 0 3 Student Co n N Pr 3 Pres 4 X. v - . Kr, 5,4 l ... N X W J 5 D N V 0 , f' , , n Y" X U ex 9 X, ' g A ei' - ' . -H. 3 .R.D. ' .- 3 ' ' -?: - . v,3,4gT1-1-H1-Y-:z,3,4g Band-ff?,3, cfsl ' ' 'gl' ' ' ' w 1 W' V s X 'I' ' , 'Q V 6 K f , V X ' F.H, .l4. A ' . Pr2...-4- ,-Q,Qf' if ci:-1.2,-'. es,-. -.-. GWR., .Q ,AT ln: VlV,-Y.-. -. 3vK.,-,G,.i...:...,,1..,,..,,..,5,,.,...f.1, ,V j X, 4 . V , 5 - T A T- :.--,Y ,--i , 3- 4 TVA T if V 1 4Lg-+g.u.LVA A-ale: eg - -A 14:4-f.. feiuezswf f4:,- fffr-.......,fuA,.Ll-,1.l:,:l-,-,.lA.:.,- 1-L.-ev -,y,.u.A - Lf-I Af:-.elewhliei-Q:-J..'-1.-,:s+e 53'-65, into 1 X 'x George Shott Agriculture HShottyH He's small, dark, and hand some-a friend of many girls. A 1 2 3 Pre 4 Bo s Chorus 2 3 D R D Club 2 is-nv Nil11am Swonger General Dlzzy A tall lad w1th a he man phys1que Basketball 3 4 S op Gang 4 Z' yt s, X Marian Siegfried Commercial HSiegfriedN A lass with brown hair and big brown eyes. D R D Club 3 Roberta Troutman ACadEmlC Berdle A versatlle mxss possess lng dramatlc and muslc ab1l1ty Myrlalog Staff Ever Slnee Eve The Darling Prats Mxxed and G1IlQ Choruses 1 3 4 T1 S 4 G111s Fnsemble 1 I F.F, ,- , , g s.- 3 y ' . . . - - , Q . . . - , 9 ,. X A 1 . X 1 X -l,f, , 3- h . ' pu ' N " ,' : ,- ,n, , -T ' Ili-Y-",I, 1 ' ' S' . 'I ,'P, fn 'e'e V . '... .. ,. ,.. U-.,...-,-s...M,,.-.,. , .,,. , Uv., . X ,L W, , . , Q 'X . x ,X y F Paullne J9lF1Lh Kenneth Wengert Commerclal Polly C0mmeYC1H1 Wengert A v1vac1ous blond who A brlght up and coming knows her way around lad w1th lots of ideas Glrls Basketball 3 4 Class Pres 1 0 3 V Pres L brarv Cl ? l 4 Student Council 1 G Base H501 ,, Phares Nhltmoyer Academ1c Pee Tee To be or not to be a che mist a photographer or a traveling salesman D 3 4 M1xe Chorxs l Boys Chorus ball Team 1 3 4 Catherine loelfling Academic Cassxe A tall dark harxed glrl wlth an 1mPF8SS1V9 manner The Darling Brats Tr1 W1 Y 0 3 4 Myrlalog Ed News gram Page Ed 3 4 D Club Student Council l 4 X . C, . Y ' -v ,-fl . - .. ' Q V I 0 V47 I ' ' 1 N ww- ,',.3.4. 1 -.1: - - 0 1 'I 1 . ' ee 5 , 'W ' i f K 4 K4 QA, N V, jg HK' n Q 'S :A 'i VT, .av 5 4 . Xxx , . 3, ' IV vt if ' s I ' I , . 1 Y , Y! ll, '- D.R. . Club-1, g ' d .'- -.-, , g. ' ,Q f - .'?: - " -1.2. -2- .- .: .R.D, -'fs - . . fx.- e E ,........l.,,-'.o .... ......-.............lf,4...4,..'.... W .D .. -M., Aw. . SVT George Wolff Agriculture Geoxgle On hls trombone he loves to play th1s active member of e F The Darling Rrats State Ba 3 4 Pan 0 3 4 Mixed Chorus 1 0 4 Boys Chorus l Allen Ylenfst Commerclal YlQHPStV and a lover of spoxts e Darllnf 'late lrum p Trlo 1 4 U d Pres 4 Baseball l J Soccer J Wasketball l Ulml1lCt Danr 3 3 'lf -e . - A ,V f, ,L . ....-- ., -.4....',.,, A,. , ..,. M, ., L, X w P I 1 1 , , wx ? X Edward Woodford Commerclal Woodford Our Cowboy Ju 1 Q senior play The Darllnf Prats D R D Club Library Club l Carl Yiengst Commercial Carl steadfast frlend X xy ' U dw 'n th- th .Il'.A. " 'rl fv .nz -ff: 1 - . F.F,A. nd-2,', 3, d-l.T.3,4g F.F.R.- , , L . '- ,e. . Q ' - .Y.3,4. 3' l x. v - 5 U C, Qs, X An accomplished musieiab A man of few words, but a 'vfh 'kg Lf. 'K-'im - V et ' - ,?,3, :Man -l.'.3,- H ' - ,lg 'gl' ' U J-', APN iT7TCTffT3iii!,7 ...,.. Cwlbmmr ..... W.w, .,,. W ,,,, ,,., .v.. ,... ,. f,iTiU Tri MnmNW,vNwW ,,,. Q . f ...s.,-,- mv M- l -f1..-,.,,.,.,.,.,..-,al-,af,.'s.'.,a.f,R,..W,.:,...K-e..4,.., .. than.. al. usa...-. , . .,. - - ..a..a.,..a.,'M.a-LN.-saw LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT We, the class of '49 of Myerstown High School, residing at the corner of Railroad and Carpenter Streets,in the borough of Myerstown, being of sound mind and memory, do therefore ordain, publish and declare this to be our last will, and testament, that is to say,after all our debts are paid, we give the following: Betty Loose wills her clarinet to Shirley Frantz. Jessie Rowe leaves her ahtletic ability to Lorraine Schaeffer. Mylesetta Gross bequeaths the editorship of the Newsgram to some bright Senior next year. June Miller wills the candy room to some lucky Jr. Cora Kline leaves her cymbals to Gladys Bleistein. Dorothy Kopack wills her cute dimples to Lucy Bamberger Betty Achey leaves her bashfulness to Iris Bricker Ruth Schell bequeaths her pleasing personality to Jean Himmelberger. To Marilyn Hefflefinger, Roberta Troutman leaves her singing abilty Helen Kintzer wills her pleasant smile to Caroline Ressler Mildred Fullmer wills her musical ability to Helen Gass To Raymond Philips Edwin Rittle leaves his paper route Edward Woodford wills his manly physique to Marvin Weidner Harry Bean leaves Ginny Haulnan to the Jr wolves Betty Rouh bequeaths her convertible to Mary Miller Hilda Groff wills her love for Marines to Joyce Himmelberger Marian Siegfried leaves her flirtatious character to Shirley Lessig Myra Maze bequeaths her charm to Carolyn Schott Helen Emerich leaves the POS1tiOH of School Treasurer to some intelligent Junior Gloria Keeney wills her athletic ability to Sally Whitm yer Catherine Woelfling bequeaths her Latin books to Mary Schaffer Marguerite Marks wills her typing ability to Donna Miller To Patsy Umberger Annabel Brubaker leaves her artistic ability Helen Light leaves her pleasing manner to her sister Patty Ruth Fogelman leaves her love for Chemistry to Lucille Schell Marie Oxenreider wills her brown eyes to Mary Lou Smith Pauline Weirich bequeaths her Hpep to Patsy Swonger Dorothy Heim wills her good looks to Della Long Mahlon Hemperley leaves his car to Edgar Landis Kenneth Wengest w1lls his two front teeth to Carl Wenger Josephine Landis leaves her blond tresses to Arlene Smith William Swonger bequeaths his big broad shoulders to John Clay Richard Moyer leaves his admiration for girls to Richard Sholly To Ronald Youse Phares Whitmoyer wills his intelligence Carl Yiengst leaves his shorthand notes to Neal Weaver Donald Klopp wills the drums to Elmo Wagner Luke Royer leaves his height to Robert Kohl Curtis DeHart leaves the coke room to some lucky Junior George Schott wills his office of president in F F A to a fellow Ag student Ellis Shenk leaves his shyness toward girls to Robert Albert George Wolfe wills his technique with girls to Teddy Ressler Ethan Krall bequeaths to his brother,his agricultural ability Philip Hunsicker wills his manly charms to Lester Kintzer "Y" A hfvabakf-4,89 ' gs? . w r 'r it ..n-.E 4 Ti 4.2- 5 w TZ i '1 11- 1 F 1. 1 ii i 'Q yew M3 5 PI ,T QL Ji ' 4 - 4 'X W . 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' V31 JJILJ gluqg I- c -for cl: D00 we 3- 4 iffgf r duff- 6-mei hd new +ha.+ our in dude pvfhu cn-G well JB 1,11 fiffi JI4 'DC YET sf jd' W- C7 C +510 fk 195'-5 S' 51 deep in ou avlstfdl ng' ht 1 7 ' T , I J I JA L A r 14 +L .Q-r in 093 4 :FJ H-Z f - V V " '5 5 4 5 4 5 3 - fir rj if A N ' J ' 3 Q A 4 Q at J f x JX 5 I 4 ' ' r V 2 r V r , 5 Q is W 444 44 , 77. "T'7Q7 f"f"""k' .:V' i 'Y-Eff '.,' ll '-.-', 'Qi'f.'.i,Qf4'4Q4Ql'f.'L' 'fi' 'W ,, J, ,, ,,., r..1,,, ., an ,.. .,-.,...r. g .X J ,,, AU., -.,a,..,..-...W-f..L.-.-.....u... ,. wan, ...... W.- , . ,....-.',...,,.,ML-.aw.-.x,.uv-,aura-.A--4.L4u.f.a,.a .AAA+ CLASS PROPHECY As the gypsy gazes into her crystal ball, she sees the image of a beautiful, prosperous town. This is the town of the Hforty-niners.N If we were to walk down the main street of this town,we would see the mayor's office with Ellis Shenk's name printed on the door. The president of the town bank is Helen Emerich. Her cashiers and secre- taries include Marguerite Marks, Marian Siegfried, Josephine Landis, and Pauline Weirich. Betty Rouh is the town doctor,and her secretary is Dorothy Heim. The owner of the corner drug store is Phillip Hun- sicker. Donald Klopp owns and operates the town's largest service station. The five and ten cent store is managed by Hilda Groff and June Miller. This town has a beautiful college where Betty Ann Loose is teaching English,Annabel Brubaker is teaching art and intericr deco- rating,and Jessie Roweamn Mylesetta Gross are teaching physicaleduca t1on There is also a large community hospital which has a finestdf of nurses under the supervision of Ruth Schell Some of the nurses are Catherine Woelfling Ruth Fogelman Dorothy Kopack, Betty Achegand Gloria Keeney On one corner we see a large department store whichis managed by Mildred Fullmer and Helen Kintzer The operators at thelncal telephone exchange are Roberta Troutman and Cora Kline The office of William Swonger, the local plasterer, is also nearby His secretary is Myra Maze, and his assistants are Luke Royer and Richard Moyer Allen Yiengst 1S the community policeman This town also has a larger farmers market owned by three local farmers, George Wolff, George Shott, and Ethan Krall The automobile dealers of this town are Kenneth Wengert, Harry Bean and Mahlon Hemperly Curtis DeHart is the local Coca Cola distributor Phares Whitmoyer owns a large chemical plant Some of his best employees are Helen Light Marie Oxenreider, Edwin Rittle, Carl Yiengst and Edward Woodford There was a pause The gypsy turned toward u and sa1d,'The image has vanished I can tell you no more . 9 1 . . . - 1 . 1 ' ' . . 1 . 1 n , . f 78 A fum. .,.,.,V,,,,...,,,.,.1,,..,.,...,.,1,.,.,. .... .,..,.,,f-f.-.f...,.,w-.--V-.A?ee.f...wr-.ee:s.,---.-sg.. a-me-Vs-fa , . --va -fm V vf' -3 f 5 yi if-ff' ,jj 1 3' PRESIDENT S ADDRESS On behalf of the Class of 49 I wish to thank the teachers who have aided us so efficiently in our numerous enterprises Not only have they helped us to prepareHThe Myrialog,'to present HThe Darling Brats Hand to sponsor the Prom,but they have done many other things which may have gone unnoticed Another group who deserved praise are those members of the class committees They have worked diligently, and the results have been favorable To the future classes we certainly wish as much success as we have had and much more When we leave these familiarhallsgwe shallgo out into a strange new world to take our place in our l1fe's work No matter whether we become great successes or just ordinary citizens, we will always be thankful for Myerstown High School and its untiring efforts to set us on the path to opportunity and happiness Ellis Shenk I I who served as heads of the various projects and those who served on I 2? 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F I fl f fi CLASS HISTORY fu In 1936 our band of forty little demons invaded Miss Loose's Q1 room It was here that Miss Loose tried to give us a start in educa- ff 111011. ff M We then migrated north to the Hill School whme,upon our arrival, Miss Bittle inherited Miss Loose's headaches. It was during this :mr x 4 C 13 that all of us kept our teeth sparkling so that we could carry a ban- ,.' 1 an ner or tooth brush in the dental parade. 5 Growing physically and mental1y,we proceeded through third grade wr under the supervision of Miss Schell, fourth grade under the super- K vision of Miss Klopp,f1fth grade under the supervision of Miss Urich, 5 and, finally reached the peak of our ambitions, sixth grade. Sr 3, 5 It was during this year, with Miss Gruber as our new advisor, R that romances began to blossom. We,therefore, looked forward to the Q, dances and exciting atmosphere of high school life which was soon to , come. When our sixth year was completed, we had our annual school F ? picnic as our farewell to the old Hill School. After an invigorating summer, we returned once more to the halls of Myerstown High School Although we have been told that the halls of the Hill School became quieter after our departure, we are certain that as we struggled to find the right class rooms, the halls of M H S were a lot noisier Then came the first dance We thoroughly enjoyed it but we're sure the upper classroom didn t appreciate us, for after our second or third dance, we were barred from the dances for two years because of inexcusable conduct By our eighth year we were acclimated to high school and began to take an interest in various clubs Most of us took part in the Jr Chorus Concert or began to play an instrument in the Junior Band At last we were Freshmen in high school and felt very proud of thu title During this term our class was greatly enlarged by newcomers lnm the country schools It was during this year that we decided what courses we wished to take, and our class was divided into sections accordingly We chose our class colors and selected our class hats,wh1ch I might add were not received until the end of our sophomore year As Fresh men, we sponsored our first dance which proved to be very successful Now our love affairs were more frequently advertised in the Newsgram The final brain twisting examinations marked the end of another wonder ful school year Returning as Sophomores we dug into our studies with enthusiasm We became outstanding in intra mural basketball and felt very proud of some of our boys who were now members of the Junior Varsity Basketball Team During the Myerstown Fa1r our class which had charge of the ice cream and frozen custard, made quite a bit of money some of which was used for outings I F - fb if' 1-Vg 53 . . . . 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Q ' 1 I if' 1 QQ, ,Q iz ' -ww:-gf., fn: 1 -I rv.:-:fn-V:-r-iii----wrvv,-ref:-:Tees-Y.:-Lv-7 al . -we-7 --- tv wr.-sa-7 :fr-V' -we V- I . , V iv 1- -I--'iw 1-Y-K -,wwf I- -iv -uf iff - f A - fy f Many of our girls took part in the minuet held at the Queen of Hearts Dance, which was semi formal We were also looking forward to the Junior Senior Prom,but were disappointed for we weren't lowed to go to this dance after all, due to a new school ruling The one outstanding goal of our junior year was raising enough money to sponsor the Junior Senior Prom In order to raise this money we became salesmen, but this was just a taste of what was to come in our senior year We selected and received our class rings and strangly enoughthe next day many underclassmen were wearing brand new class rings And now, to the best year of all the senior ar in M H you're wrong Our slogan became Some students may work from sun to sun but the senior's work is never done We raised approximate ly S4500 by selling magazine subscriptions candy cokes cakes and Christmas cards We enjoyed a fine prom and a wonderful trip to New York City Although we have had many troubles during our school years, they can never compare with the Joys and friendships which we have acquired during our school days So, Hello Alumni' Good bye High School' Success to you, dear M H S 32 - I , al- , -- ye . . 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Although you may think seniors have a life of ease and relaxation , Most Popular Best Looking Best Musician Most Studious Shyest Most Dramatic Wittiest Most Athletic Most Artistlc Best Craftsman Biggest Flirt Outstanding Couple Gum Champs Most Likely to Succeed Faculty Pet Most Courteous Best Dressed Best Singer Mylesetta Gross Catherine Woelfling Betty Ann Loose Betty Rouh Josephine Landis Roberta Troutman Jessie Rowe Jessie Rowe Annabelle Brubaker Ruth Schell G1or1a Keeney Marguerite Marks Pauline Weirich Mylesetta Gross Betty Ann Loose Ruth Schell Betty Rouh Roberta Troutman 33 Donald Klopp George Shott Allen Yiengst Ellis Shenk Edwin Rittle George Wolff David Snyder William Swonger Richard Moyer William Swonger Donald Klopp Allen Yiengst Luke Royer Phares Whitmoyer George Wolff Ellis Shenk Phares Whitmoyer Mahlon Hemperly WHO'S WHO ELASSES GQ ! 5 f X g I I 1' I R x 'fr- i ILNIOR CLASS UFFILERS heated Fhomas Donkel Jay Brown Standlng Lee Sm1th Jean Himmel barber Hall to the class of 1950 As the sun rises on a beautiful summer moxnlnp so has the Yunxor Class rlsen to helghts of distinc t1on and fame ln the f1L1d of studles sports and social activities Membmrs of thls class are found ln all representative groups the Newsgzam thc Stzdent COUHC11 basketball baseball and soccer Several of them have had parts 1U some of the school plays Mav your achifvcments 1n Myerstown High School serve as an ever guldlng star to those who seek the truth through the paths of know ledge v w . 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L, ,kk 33 Le t to rlfht Larry iartman You the of setting an be Junxors a catlon and su help vou reaa wlll have acc educatlon to SO?1OVORE CLASS OFFICERS 'ames lowman Sally Arn hltmoyer Thomas Lehnaz So homores of M P have the responelblo DOSlI1OH example for the lowex Qlassmcn Next veal you w1ll nd the next SLHIOIS The climb up thi ladder ofedu crass ls loxg and dlff1CU1I Hard work and1n1t1at1ve h tram goal Rpmembcr that wheu you are a Scnlor you 0mDl155fd twelve years of eduaatlor If you uae that vour h st ah l1ty succeaa 1S youra 2 1 .Q "!'.- 3 "--1 , , """" 'gil , vf FW "U 'ill ll IL .. I f'. N-TIT 9 hiv- --4' 4545-eff ' - 1 II IFJ, II M- SOPHOMORE CLASS ront row 1 it to Fl Thmrmsa Ferrettl Cluford Zinn Geraldine Swope Joseph Obtxholtztl Petty Srhnoke Larry Lartman Sally Ann Whltmoycl Thomas Lchman James Bowman Mary Ann Bolllnger Villxam NClF1Ch Blanche Hunsxcker FICdCF1Ck Shaak Rosene Sonnen Second row left to rlght Nellxt Pfaltz Joann Donley Ralph Yeagley Leona Mlller Robert Royex Dorothy Moyer Donald Duffy Joann Layser Lloyd Kre1ser 11zabeth Brubaker Leroy Nentzler Mary Flrestlne John Nentzler Third row left to rxght Richard Swope Betty Ruhl Paul Rlouch Mary Jo Shaffer Elmer Derr Patrxcxa L1ght Robert Wagner REYUILS Athcv Stanley Deck Marllyn Heffe1t1nger George Pfaltz Fourth row left to rlght Jeanette Y1engst Stewart Keener Verna Shower Clarence Rmchards Dor1sK1ntzer Melvin Rudy Ruth Lutz Carl Katzaman Petty Layser Flfth row left to rxght R1chard DeHart R1thard Dohner Jack Rxcher Monroe Krall Robert Muth Lloyd Dundore Ray Shaak Robert Maze Slxth row left to r1ght Irw1n Krelder Donald Ihrlch Lester Klntzer James Souders Joel 419St Nancy Shanaman Pat Koppenhaver Grace Schaeffer Jerome Spangler Arthur Mahaffty Ronald Selbert Valker Dlamond I I . . 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FRESHMAN CLASS F1TSt row left to Tlght Dor1s Keener Phyllls Kline Emma Ela1ne Hacker Jean We gext Della Long Geraldine Boyer Lorralne DiJulia Lorralne Volfe Carolyn Ressler Raymond Philips Alta Hess Eleanor Brlghtblll Llla Wise Joann Yeagley Gwendolyn Mlller Evelyn Stecker Joyoe Keeney Irls Brlcker Arlene Shower Second row Rlchard Souders Paul Mease Ronald Sell Ronald Moyer Robert Brown Harry Shaak Glenn Donough Mary E Frantz Paul Hoover John Smlth W1ll1am Shuey Emerson Hauer Guy Wartluft James Bollinger Nlles H1mmelberger Joseph Smlth Allen Weik, Harry Himmelberger Thlrd row Esther Kllck Shirley Muth Lois Noll Patsy Umberger Marlan O Brxen Shlrley Frantz Shlrley Ranaldl Carol Bird Joan LeGay Conrad Usner Barbara Shott Nancy J Ream Fourth row Calv1n Reamesderfer Leroy Landls Thomas Sadler R1chard Andrews Emma Katzaman Ellen Snyder Anna Peffley Grace Clay Mary G Ponannl Jeanne Hardlng M1ll1e Clay Helen Firestlne Marian Um berger Marvln veldner John Clay George Eisley Nell Hoke Orval Garloft Flfth row Kenneth Hunslcker Vernon Nolfe Kenneth Yiengst Ronald Lehman George Heller Russell Youst Ray Tobias Ronald Kellett Howard Brandt Dorothy Frantz Shlrley Labe Gladys Z1egler Carolyn Lebo Marllyn Schell tllllam Rittle Lloyd Long J, a :aww -eq -Q... 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'iff New L mira? i..L... .iq R illl GSH? --or EIGHTH GRADE F1FSt row left to Tlght Donald Bashore Charles Gassert Jack Royer Ardell Kelth Julla Schaeffer Janet Shanaman,Kathleen Forry Helen Gass Robert Kr1ck Emlly Kern Barbara Yost Shxrley Andrews Shlrley Achey V1rgin1a Haulman Shlrley L6SS1g Irwln Smith Charles Kr1bs Ph1l1p Pfaltz Charles Durry Harry Hunsxcker Second row Nill1am Krlck Donald Volff Lester Ph1ll1ppy Robert Housex Gorden Lehman Davld Haxn Larrv Mentzer Robert Klelnfelter Carl McKean Davld Glngrlch John Nllhelm Rxchard Kohr Robert Schoener Ronald Nlke Ernest Lutz Robert vagner Frank Kre1ser Thlrd row Janet Spltler Shlrley M1ller Marlan T1ce Shlrley Peffley Gay Seibert June Dohner Gladys Bleistein Lorralne Banannl Marle Stauffer Sara Lou Bennethch Dennxs Saylor R1chard Muth Fourth row Eugene Brown Carl Flrestlne Alvln Landis Dennis Cask1e Gerald Wexant Erlene Glbble Alma Shenk Nancy Brown Evelyn Thrasher Gall Gelb H1lda Light row Shirley Better Mary McCurdy Joyce M1ller Dorls Heydt Rebecca Pelffer Dor1s Mader Ronald Schoenex Robert Pashore Carl Brubaker Flfth Sholly Shlrley Boyer Allce Horne Peggy Rupp Nancy Kurr Alma Glngrlch Lucla Brown Katie Marti1 Nancy l..,..Mx..f.......J..au.-..LA.4.aa4.-..,.7.-,..... ..q. 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L I f an , , ., .,,L L. if-' 'L-' X-3-L42-aL.LL.e.:.4.,.fQ.,f.:l'f:.-'., J, , , Q fa., N ' ,, . . : 2. f. :-4 .L J , .Ze ,v. xl.: Y Q-maui 4 Irfan l nil' ,, 4,-1 SEVENTH GRADE Front row left to rlght Franklln Stoudt Richard Bundore Gerald Heberllng Elden LeGay Robert Andrews Roy Schaeffer Rudolph Mar cozzl Kenneth Mlller Gene Bucher Walter Nhitmoyer Gladys Duffy Henrxetta Fetter Myrna Stecher Nancy G1ngr1ch Kathleen Smith Paullne Shartle Mlldred Krelder Dolores Philllppy Second row Helen H1xenhe1ser Rochelle Helsel Grace Brandt Carol Hollinger Barbara Spangler Loxs Mentzer Llnda Stohler Luanne Werner Myrtle Buckwalter Lucllle Petz Rlchard Koller Kenneth Nelson Donald Brown George Lesslg Robert Zlegler Robert Strauss Robert Hicks Ivan Hopkins Thlrd row Ronald Swanger Ernest Brown Ronald Hun s1cker D1no Marcozz1 Glorla Sclplonl Dolores Fortna V1rg1n1a Lebo Paul Hibshman Faye Hertzog Betty Long Julia Pe1ffer,Dar1ene Brandt Sh11ley Schwerr ETWIU Mahaffey Fourth row Eugene Moyer Gerald Yeakley Paul Shartlc Ronald Yeakley Richard Mlller Richard Weaver Walter Rlttle Francls Koslosky Gerald Moyer Rlchard Derr Ivan D1em Charles Donley Norman Brown Gene Eberly Back Row Glenn Custar Earl Long George E1senhauer Thomas Hafer Dorothy Evans Betty CUmm1HgQ Betty Mays Mabel Sadler Allce Hardy Irene Condran Rlta Brown Ruth Ream James Shaffer Russell Shaak Peter Lehman Allen Bamherger LQ AETIVITIES I Y . 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' 1 K Q.:-QS-N A Q.. ...,:,.J..:.,..:. glhf HNQM W SENIOR TRI HI Y Front row l ft to r aht Annabel nrubaker Ruth Fogelman Roberta Troutman June Vlller Helen Fmerleh LOFFTIUC Sehaeffer Betty Rouh Myleaetta Grose Cora Kllme Myra Maze Betty Jane Cass Mlldxed Fullmer Jobephlne LdHd1S Second row left to right Dorothy Kopaek dllda Grofl Maxguerxte Marks JQSqlC Rowe Cathexxne Voelfllng Jean HlmmC1bQFgCI Helen Klntzer Betty Ann Loobe Ioyee d1mmelberger lelen HOUSL1 lhlrd low left to rlght Stella Sehnoke Lucy Mae Bambexger Carolyn Schott Mary Lou Smith Janet Berger Donna Mlller Anne PQIQCT Sally Ann Whitmoyer Dorothy Helm Fourth row left to F1Vht Leona Vlller Petty Jane Layser Dorothy Noyer Mary Mlller Mary Jo Sehaeffer Flfth row left to rlght Elizabeth Brubaker Patsy Swonger Jeanette Ylengst Grace Schaeffel Rernlce Achey Patsy Kopoenhaver Betty Schnoke Retty Ruhl Shirley Keeney LO15 Dxndora Ro nl: Ann Nlee Joan Donley G1or1a Keeney Rosene Sonnen Mary Ann Bollxnger The Tr1 H1 I under the UIFLCIIOH of M155 Esther Zu has a three fold program QD1PlIU3l 500131 axd physlcal Ite purpoee IS to create ma1nta1n and extend throughout the school and eom munlty hlgh standards of Fhr1st1an character 9 I 10 -wigs ,W W, M - . 'Fi .z.4.,... 'WSL 1.4 was -- -- Junior Tri Hi Y First row left to rlght Dolores Ph1l1ippy,Barbara Spangler LuAnne Nerner Henrxetta Fetter Dolores Scippioni Evelyn Stecher Shirley Labe Shlrley Achey Maryellen Frantz Myrtle Buckwalter Carol Jean Holllnger Llnda Stover 'ulla Schaeffer Myrna Stecher Second row Faye Hertzog Vifg1H1a Leho Geraldlne Boyer Bricker Grace Brandt Rochelle Helsel Dorothy Gladys Duffy Jul1a P1effer Third row Joyce Sh1rley Lesslg Ellen Snyder Gwendolyn Mlller Garloff Shlrley Boyer Nancy McCurdy Arlene Dolores Fortna Irls Evans Shirley Scherr Keeney Grace Clay Joyce M1l1er Beatrlce Showers Fourth row Varlan O Bryan, Eleanor Br1ghtb1l1, Mlllie Clay Nancy Brown Gall Gelb. Betty Toblas Janet Spltler, Gall Seibert Alice Hardy, Fifth row M1ss Ethel Donough, advlsor, Shlrley Muth Shirley Frantz, Patricla Umberger, Jean Hardlng, Sh1rley Rhoads, Sh1r1ey Sholly It is an honor to be affiliated with an organization which tends to develop ideas of duty, love for God and humanity,resolutions for the future, and ideals of spiritual excellence such as are taughtin the Tri-Hi-Y. The high standards instilled within these girls spur them on to greater and nobler achievements. , - +R ,, .W ,-fe., ,www --1----v-.v-, ,-Q-9-.-ffnse--.:1gv...,.,.-..--.-e.T-vvr+s-..-,v 1 , . pf: . --W H-frw fffe W- ,ef . 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Z r I -par ,r - "1lnu.v 3 - 11 1 "- fi r+- J-1 ,4 "9 rf in FITHYIE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA Members of thls group are Betty Brubaker Joanne Donley Elsme Pefflev Dorohty Moyer Mary F1rest1ne Alverta K11ck Ruth Scheu Dorothy Kopack Nancy Shanaman Stella Schnoke Lucllle Schell Carolyn Schott Mar11yn Heffe1f1nger Jean Palthaser Lucy Bamberge Glorla Kenney The Mycrstown F H A chapter 1S composed of vocatlonal guds from rudcq ten eleven and twelve Th1S chapter belongs t the natlonal P H 1 organ1zat1on of SGIIOY hlgh school home eoonomub etudents The purposes of the club are to further xnteleqt IR home eco nomlcs to cmphqsxze the lmpoztance of worthy home membershlp and to promote an apnraclatxon for the Joys and satlqfactlons of home mak1ng Tha glrls arm undel the leadershlp of Mrs Dav1d Lockart the home economlcs teichrx I' -X., K 'ii . ' Q " Z , , v A 1 4 v s v V ! l v I 7 . I ' A ' . 3 .' . . . g L 1. . . H 1 . . . 0 . . ' . . Y . . . ,A x - V f 1 x - ' ' - ' . - . x 15- - . . 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' . ,. - . , - ., f ,14,.,,:, , 1. : f , . ..,, tt... . .V M ,,. ., ,, ,. ... ,. av...-.....4-. -W.,-l... . ...M .. 1... ..-. .,..,.,..,..,,. ern.-.-e,...l.M..,..-.AM.,.,-.av--..f..'.J.u..af..nptn-.o s S34 an 1-P nl ll ll ll 41 Il gn A A W F M kwa !l.',zl F l'hE PARVPRS OF AMER CA FIOHt row left to I1 ht Clalk Levengood Paul HBULI Kenneth Lentz Stewalt Keenel George Shott George Nolff Monroe Klall Emerson Hauer Ralph Yeagley WCIV1H Rudy Robert luth Vahlor Hemperly Ethan Klall Carl Katzaman John Wentzlel Leroy Vlntzlel Llon Drubakel Thlrd row Harry Shaak Glenn Donough Lloyd long Paul Meaql Phlllp Hunslekcr Flmer D911 Arthur Mahalfey Paul Qloueh IIWIH nll1dCF lhomas Sadler a d 1 Sherman The P F A IS an orvanlzatlon under the leadershlpofJohn Shermax OI iarmlng A ia r he Qeen puttlng A large spl to ald the hoxb was bought thlee the purpose of helplng those boys lntelested 15 held CVQIY fall dUF1Hg WhlLht1mC the boye ean up tents and tHk1Hg care 0' the 8l1m81Q aylng progect IS carrled on annually In order IH thelr work a four hundred gallon enrayer vears ago 5...A-v K -rv-rr ds 1 1 fr-xv l I .. , 12- A - ' Q .K . . ' J ' Q., Q, 'dl .4 -K N 4, -.- in ,, , A . .. ' - 1 'T ' ,A , , ll n A - ' K fI 1' , P 1' ., -- H -- 'A' "IP-' .5-V Q l . L Eagan ' , ', 2-I M -. Z I l- ,g - . A A -- .. - l-. , 5 . ' f N X ,I i - -' ov ' 4 Y '- . , . i , , lf , ' 1 f H 1 - x -.. H- K, I .ffg . V'-- if" .,, . jg tux. .. X WI' V 'ffH.lm?Q:fifigmW31' . . ,, . . ,- X L,.,,. . , W , U ... .. ,,. ' 1 1 "g : ' 1 , +'. l ' ' 1 v i. m u - Q l 1 . ' ' V A 3 - . Kenneth Leffler. Ernest Troutman, Carl Hibshman. Second row: I 1 ,A u ' 1' r 1 I I ' ' f, ' A 3 1 , ' . . .3 ' ', ' DP ". ' .l l'. ' ': ' ". . l 2 - hx . x . V I t' - E . .A N. ' t u i i I V A ' . ' ' U'?' . T Q 1 , n W'. . X ' ' A ' I I I . . . . H . R. l 1, f ' Q ' f ' ' , in ' f. A ' 1 'g - , ' -. - , l x . 1 X- 1 ' ' ' ' V ' ' 1 ' I A I Y ' I A V -' , -,, . ,W ,A ta ,Y-rm... 7 .l ,,., , we . , .. ,.,,T:fr,3.f.w ,,.. ,,:. .. ., Q. , Y p , 1 is av EAGLE, ai! fig 44 f-new MIXED CHORUS F1rst row left to rlght Rlchard Sholly Helen Houser Joel W18St Myltsetta Gross Donald Klopp Cora K11ne Betty Rouh President Ellls Shenk Treasurer Roberta Troutman George Nolff Hllda Groff Nlllxam Rlttle Second row Annabel Brubaker Joan Layser Jean Hlmmelberger Betty Ann Loose Secretary Joyce Hlmmelberger Mahlon Htmperly Robert Kohl Mlldred Fullmer Patsy Umberger Carolyn Resslcr Llla WISE Thlrd row Maryellen Frantz Mxss Dech Lucy Bamberger Betty Jane Gass Betty Jean Layser Marilyn Heffelfinger Shirley Frantz Patrlcla Swonger Grace Hacker Fourth row John Clay Edgar Landls Leonard Schott Neal Hower Kenneth Lentz James Hartman Lee Smlth Jerome Spangler George Elsley The members of M xed Chorus chosen from grades n1ne U3 twelve are undcx the dlregtlon of M155 Kathryn Dech Every year certain members are seleeted to go to County Chorus Accompanlst Varyellen Frantz ,. GIRLS ENSEMPLE Left to right Annabel Brubaker Cora Kline Mar lvn Hefklfimgr Shirlev Frantz Rolerta Troutman Mildred Fullmtr Lucy Bamberger Betty Layser oycc Himmelberger Betty Rouh Betty Gass Mary Ellen Frantz The Girls Ensemble is composed of twelve girls selected from grades nine to twelve. under the direction of Miss Kathryn Dech, This year, only two members were added-Maryellen Frantz. alto. and Shirley Frantz, first soprano, These girls usually sing at the senior play, the community fair, the baecalaurate service and meetings of various community organizations. For the past few years the Ensemble has entered tm:Forensiv and Musir League Contests, Last ytar the Ensemble was fortunate ' g ing t he Sta e Contes s in Oil Ci , is year five senior girls will leave the Ensemble. They are: Sopranos: ' ra Kl rf, Annabel Brubaker: Second Sopranos: li dred Fullmer. A194 a 'rou m' 1 og Petty Rou , sl in 4 Q BAND Fllgt row left to right Jeanette Ylengst Sally Ann Whitmoyer Bonnle Ann V1se Shirley Frantz M ldred Fullmer Larry Zartman Robert Llegler Gladys Pletstein Donald Klopp Shirley Rhoads Monroe Krall Ronald S1ebert W1ll1am Rxttle John Clay Roberta Troutman Second row Marlan T1ce June Mlller Betty Ann Loose Secretary Cora Kllne Llbrarlan Ronald Youse Treasurer Joel Wlest George Flsley Marvln We1dner Third row Ethan Krall Petty TOblHS Mlllxe Clay Patxxcla Swonger Elmo Wagnex Allen Ylenest PTOS1dLHt Robert Kohl Lee Sm1th M Yeagley Director Fourth row Tamzs Rolllnger Neal Hower Helen Houser 195519 Rowe Carolyn Resslfx Betty lean Layser Grace Schaeffer Sara Lou Benntteh Plfth x w Mylesetta Gross Robert Rover Robert Albert Thomas Donkel V1ce Presxdent George tolff Jay Brown Clarence Rlehards Leo ard Schott Marllyn Schell Donna Mlller Della Long Helen Gass Theodore R6SSl0l Mary Io Shaffer Jerome Spangler Rxchaxd Sholly The band IS compxlsed of ax students under the d1FeCt1OD of Mr Harold Heaelev An outstandxnp feature whxeh every member of the band strives to aehxeve IS the DIlVlllgP of gO1Hg to County Band and of being chossn for Dlstrxet and State Band ol in 42- 'Eelgs I, -UI I ""-F 'VT 9 B ra ,. Q, Ib.-1.5 WM' ILNIOR WAND Fllst row left to rlght Dolorec hllllpy LIAHDE Nexncr Doloxe Foltna Helen Fullmer Sue Amn learfoss harles Mlllcr T Il Schott Maxvln WOLGHCF Gerald reaglev Franklln Stoudt Lawxenr Shenk Second row Maxlam Tlcc Constance leagley Sh1rley Tobias Sh1r1ey Fra tz Gladys Ple Steln u1l119 Clay Joel L1nn Kathlec Fozry David h31H Gene Bucher Allen ramberger Thlrd row James Bolllnger Kenneth wagner Hen11etta Fctter Carol1ne Reqqler ban Lou Bennetch Wllllam Fencxl Curtls doutz Gall Gelh Wa11lyn Schell Fourth row Carol can Ho1l1nger Leonard Schott Della Long Sxrley Andrewg Helen Gass Conrad Youse Dale Fake Robfrt Garloff Betty Toblas Gelald Pearson Shlrley Sholly Klllf Stauffer -A I .P. --.44 .3 L .- fi' '? ' ,. ' Liz' I - 1-.1 -' ' 1 f , I 1 it Q N - pl ' - T- 4':' w ,7' V.. . W .l' U v NA' J ,, I 'K' H I e G"J, " ' s .. fm " ff or A 7 6 ""', , -' - . ,Cl ,- , .. 65 if , df A - T -" I , ,N I A A' ' L , f Y ' - s:h I yn P C U A A 4 X 1 .3 ' - 'fax 4 . I Q n-4 1 P . 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Q I 43 5 "Nt I v i 4 , 1 ., " X, ' , .H "- 522 , R., .: . x.J.g..,. . f , i gem' LIRRQRY CLUB Wenbexs of this group axe President Ronnie Ann Wise Treasurer Lorraine Schaeffer Secretary Carolyn Schott Vice President Getty Jane Gass Shirley Hetflev Patsy Umbeiger Alice Horn Virginia Haulman Helen Gass Patsy Swonger Carolyn Ressler Elmo Vagner Barbara Shott Anna Peffles Richaid Andrews Emily Kern Grace Schaeffer Clareice Richards Evelyn Stecher Gwendolyn Miller Mary Fllen Frantz Parbaia Yost Shirley Lessig Lois Dundore Patsy Koppenhaver Gay Seibert Kathleen Forry Rebecca Peiffer Doris Mader Marie Stauffer June Dohner Lila Wise Jeanne Harding Shirley Frantz Marilyn Sehell Shirley Wuth Shirley Ranaldi Pauline Weiiich Iris lxieker Marian O'Bryan Elsie Peffley Joyce Keeney, Joann Yeaeley, Marlene Garloff. Mary Louise Miller Mrs. antz. ucy Ramberger, Nancy Shanaman, Joann Donley Lucille Schell Stella Schnoke, Jean Dalthaser. Phyllis Kline, This term was a progressive one for the Myerstown High School Library Club, The membership of the club increased approx-mately The fundamentals which must be learned by a prospective club member includes these duties: alphabeting cards and books,repair- ing books, helping fellow classmates to use the library. stamping books and magazines. signing library notices and permits. making attractive displays for new hooks. understanding the Dewey Decimal System, and being a good club member. Y, - , ,,., ,. .....,.. .-..,,., .,.,. ,, D . , . . V e Q "wi" s-T'w"-Y'fW'TG'11"T- W s - '1'1ff5uf:'-?eiL5f':f war?-see:-:fr2-Ferfiffafifawe-yt' .ui ll I ll El ll ii I ll ll is P in .75 , 3-6. K I SAFETY PATROL F1TSt row left to rrght Robert Andrews Ronald Swonger Rudolph Marcozzi Walter R1ttle Paul Hxbshman Richard Koller Kenneth Miller Gerald Yeagley Second row Dlno Marcozzi Roy Schaeffer Franklin Stoudt Kenneth Nelson Walter Whitmoyer Charles Donley Robert Zlegler boys school depend school reliable group of boys in Junior h1gh school are the patrol Every day they report to the various crossings near the to help the f1rst grade pupils across the streets We can on them to guard the safety of the younger pupils of our -9- JL4.. -pau ,Vai ... . ,dt . V, uv-nn 0-N... V, .. ,, 2 -1 4 JA fk ! l ' ' ' V' x , , X XL xxx Q1 Y 'va-if ,vw 1- Fi.: 1 I y s v v 1 v MMV, ,M-l vw-4-,Z a v 1 v 1 v - I' " 'Of - -' "-'44 ' avr ' . w. 'K :1..LLJ:E,::-:: ,,L.:u. 7.4: :lla-2 -L ,I L,':.J'.'lL:l.?q,1'..'DL.'2i".1-53,243 - L..K,.'.1..'i .' 1.4 if-'..L , . . 1 . 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X12 NIIVISKUIXUXKQI-XJ KU U I IMIK SJ' 2 Ml ,Abt I-A STUDENT COUNCIL Twelve students, representatives of the various home rooms, comprise the Student Council This law-making body works for the improvement of the School The members of the Student Council set the dates for the vari- ous dances held through out the year They arrange for assembly programs of outstanding talent which prove very interesting and stimulating to the students. The Tonsorial Quartet, Hal Rodmore, make-up artist, and George Johnson, pianist, were the attractions of this year. OFFICERS President - Ellis Shenk Vice-President Jean Himmelberger Secretary Joel Weist Treasurer Edgar Landis BOYS CHORUS The Chorus is composed of thirty one boys from grades nine to twelve under the direction of Miss Kathryn Dech The songs in their repertoire include 'Joshua Fit de Battle of Jericho, Drums In My Heart, Memories,' Your Land and My Land,N and Ol Man River The boys sing at the annual spring concert Accompanist Roberta Trautman GIRLS CHORUS The forty seven girls who comprise the Girls Chorus, were chosen by their directress Miss Kathryn Dech, from a group ninety applicants The songs which they are rehearsing for the Take Your Drum,' and Some Folks Helen Gass is the accompanist Y ll H I ll H II ,, of spring concerts are: NWere You There,H HCareless Love,H uWillie I ll H 57 gl ai ,Jr HH:-'r 'gawk aww Y JUNIOR AND SENIOR PROM The IHIOI Senior Prom of 48 climaxed the originality which our class possessed in promoting gala affairs It was an event that will lone l remembered by all who attended. Descending to the gym down grass carpeted steps and across a Smah bridge htticed with flowers the enchanted guests found themselves under a huge canopy woven in the colors of the rainbow. These colors were also used in the decorations. memory booklets and refreshments, In the center of the floor was a most realistic wishing well whichibrmed the nucleus for the short program. Trumpet Solo Always Chasing Rainbows The Stars Vill Remember ---------- Allen Yiengst Skit The Uuhbling Brook ------------ A Group of Juniors Trio Somewhere Over The Rainbow .herc's A Rainbow Round My Shoulder ---- Mildred Fullmer Betty Rouh Roberta Troutman Song I'm W.ShlHQ ---------------- Group of Junior Gi Master of Ceremonies - David Snyder Music - Frank Taylor's Orchestra veee e,e, ,,,. ,,,r,,5,8 .,e., rlS J' 1 W wi Q--as w ---v ...-vw L r s., CTX 'Wat Hi, 'K' THE JUNIOR SENIOR PROM 1948 59 T f"xf5 1 'T ne 7' L'1L Dlrcetress Stage Settxng COStUm1Hg Make up T1ckets Propert1es Publlcxty MUSIC Junebug Johnson Cynthla Darllng Jack Henry Barbaxa Darl1ng Harold Darling Theresa DHFIIUQ Agatha Brlsboc Rod V1nton Splke SDCTIIDL A Appleton Crabb Mrs Vxnton CLASS PLAY PHE DARLING BRATS CAST Mlss Esther M Zug Wllllam Swonger Rlchard Moyer Edwln Rlttle M Ste1ner Mr Sherman Alvcrta Kllck Mrs Lockart Mlss Dech M1ss vurner Hllda Groff Mlss Neal Mrs Lantz Malguerite Marks Mr Batdorf Mr Bucher Mr Reed M Lantz Cora Klxne JGSSIG Rowe Miss lmmel Mlss Donough Mr Marquette Phares Whltmoyer Carl Yxengst MISS Kopp Mr Mltchell Mr Danlels M1ss Dech Mr Yeagley Betty Rouh Betty Ann Loose Edward voodford Annabel Brubaker Joel N1QSt Cather1ne Woelfl1ng Roberta Troutman Allen Yxengst George Wolff Donald Klopp Mylesetta Gross G20 , , , ., . .,. ...... . 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A ..,. , V , , V, I ,-1,51 ,Y-qw A: .1 ,L MAA- - - A-Li.i5:g-Y-,eeAQs-v.f.-4.-.f,n.si,.A:..quad.um:-f-:,.L:l-4...4.n4..yu.s:.Q4a.-A.-n.,..'..,+,e. , ', - , - ......,e what.!.:.AWi,,ss,4u.lakA-- A-1 J: AQJU ish-at I 'Ill Il Ill 1l.1-I, n -n '-f " ""' "" -- 1-H1111-' ll'?'9'Il'H5-WWII' 11111111 I-liilll v-,il'l2'Qll ' iz K 5 ,i.:'a" is!! 4 A , 4 , ,fx ,nfs QUEEN OF HEARTS DANCE The hlghllght of the evenlng was the crowning of the Queen of Heart s Cather1ne Woelfling by the King Donald Klopp The pro gram began w1th a mlnuet COHS1St1Hg of a group of twenty g1rls from the Tr1 H1 Y after whlch came the procession of the court The members of the court 1n order of their appearance were Annabel Brubaker Marguerlte Marks Betty Rouh Dorothy Helm and Mylesetta Gross mald of honor The Queen preceded by two flower g1r1S Martha Reed and Helen Troutman entered in all her radiant glory Two pre school boys Cecile Saunders and Monroe Haak carried her tra1n After the glrls in the m1nuet left the gym the K1ng cnmn ed the Queen who then gave a message of thanks to the student body for choosing her as Queen After a short program was presented refreshments were served by the Trl H1 Y Program Vocal Solo The Story Book Ball Roberta Troutman Trumpet Solo So Txred Joel Wxest .L Y 3 . 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CHEERLEADERS Front row le t to r1ght Glorxa Keeney Shirley Keeney Patev Swonger Bonn1e Ann W1se Back row Mary Jo Shaffer Shirgey Ranaldl Sally Ann Wh1tmoyer Lila Wise Durxng the year 1948 1949 these e1ght g1r1s have ma1nta1ned the spirlt of OnthUS1aSm among the student body and created afeel 1ng of good W111 between the contestlng schools They are to be praised for the1r fxne work and deserve our fuU.support and go operatlon in the future 621+ ,Si K '-V! -5-.... 5 G W! tri! -...I V Ol 3 1 I QQ sh 'V' SOCCER TEAM Front xow left to Flght darold Swanger Jay Brown Curtls DeHart Donald Klopp Kmnneth lcifler Paul Hauer George Rrlghtblll Second row Nr DHDICIS coach Gene Helms Robert Kohl Theodore Ressler Ronald Yousr Donald Uhrxph Thlrd row Elmo Wagner Leonard Schott Robext Haze Larrv lartman James Souders Clifford Zlnn The socccx nlayers of M H S had qulte a successfulseason thls year by lOS1Hg only two games The boys won f1ve,tied f1ve and lost two games This 13 the best season the hooters of M H S have had SIUCL socccx was introduced 1U Myerstown High The team Wlll lose only f1ve SGHIOFS and there are many under graduates to takn thulr playa we also have a new coach Mr Norman Danlels who has done a f1ne Job All the students and faculty of M H S wish Mr Danlels and the team the best of luck IH the future and hope they w1l1 make the students of M H S proud of them 1U 1949 65 , , b' ,neaaq T , . 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I i , X 4 ' ' ' I N rw 11 l 5 is Q Sak' L BOYS VARSITS BASKETBALL Front row left to rlbht Ronald Youse Robert Kohl Donald Klopp Wxlllam Swongcr Jay Rxown George Bxlghtblll Allen Ylengst Second row Thomas Lehman Ia1r5 Iaxtman Helman Noll Harold Swanger Donald Uhr1ch Robcxt Maze Thxld row Mr DHHICIS assistant coach M Marquette coach Lady Luck seemed to forget the M H S Drlbblcrs 1U the season of 1948 1949 The fellows played good games aD through the season but it always seemed that the other team was one step ahead of ours Manycf the games were hard to lose because they went to the oppos ing team by a polnt or two The M H S lads started thelr loslng streak 1n the beg1nn1ng of the season by losxng three non league games After fellows won their flrst leafue Dane but fran then ox e, na llrtle luck The boys from M H S were unfortunate in the season 1949 but we lose only one by graduation this underclassmen leadershlp of 1n college we ful season 1D can do a better Job next season Coach Ruse Varquette who was seem to have good prospects for 1949-1950. that the of 1948 hope the sklllful an outstandlng playex a brlght and success year so we Under the ...auf 'Y' Qu-un 's BASEBALL The M H S nine had the best record for the season of 1947 48 in all the competitive sports of Myerstown They were in third place in the Lebanon County Baseball League The standing of the league was Annville Palmyra Myerstown, South Lebanon, and Jones town Hal Noll was the star player of the team and was very success ful in the position of relief hurler Our new coach Mr Marquette, was very active in baseball in college He also played on a minor league professional team their future at the bat and on the field INTRA MURAL SPORTS In order to promote greater sportsmanship and inter class spirit Mr Daniels and Miss Werner organized the intra mural sports program which consists of basketball volleyball and softball for the boys and basketball and softball for the girls The junior high games were held durlng the noon hour while the senior high games were played during the activity period C7 . y I . We wish Mr, Marquette and all boys of M. H, S, the best of luck in .,-Q..-4.4 2 f f .' q1-f"f-"rf-r":-- -wfiffv-rr-n--1:---"n'-1-r'1"arf?-1'+'f' :.".',' :, - 7 Q - , t - N- ' A 7 9 1-1 -fn ' ...A nu. - X J ,,-,A, LM-:san-11.8.1-Af-, Ln..-.L..:fes.,a.,4.-.a,- - 1-.seller-ssaeaeeaeus-fl ue- LQ-,Kaffe le- -wd vt .awp-,1 -9.941 , g in A ev-rqg cb' -fd GIRLS VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM Flrst row left to Maze Jessie Rowe Keeney Second row Schaeffer Shirley r1ght Mylesetta Gross, Pauline Veirich Myra Betty Ann Loose Joyce Hxmmelberger Gloria Mary Ann Bollinger, Bonnie Ann Wxse Lorra1ne Keeney Janet Berger Mary Miller Third row Hilda Groff MISS Werner Coach Roberta Troutman fortunate for about twenty Th1s year the g1rls basketball team was raiher they won a number of their games The team averaged f1ve polnts a game Last season the g1r1s were 1IlS6C0nd place, the of them was the Cedarettes of Lebanon Mlss Marian Werner the physical director of M S coached the g1rls Th1s was Miss Nenerr s first teaching assignment and she dld a flne Job of coachxng Betty Ann Loose and Myra Maze took the scoring honors for the season Jessle Rowe served as captain of the team Ne hope Mlss Yerner and the M H S lasses have even a better season next year by capturlng the championship only team ahead 1 '1 -.1 , 1 ' ' . 1 ,, x ' ' 1 1 1 1 1 . ki- 4-Q . , Y 7 U ' iii' ' - v 1 s ' . . , 1 . . . 0 . , .H. ., . . 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