Myerstown High School - Myrialog Yearbook (Myerstown, PA)
- Class of 1950
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We, thu Chiara of 1950, wish to express our
apprifciziiiori to Miss Esther M. Zug for her
undm-standiugg, patience and willingness to
help us in our Senior year.
"The Myrialog" Staff
Seated, left to right: Edgar Landis, Mary Miller, Ronald Youse, Joyce
Himnielberger, Bonnie Wise, George Brightbill,
Betty Gass, Lee Smith, Norma Wolfe.
Standing, left to right: Robert Albert, Lucy Bamberger, Carolyn Schott,
Jean Himimelberger, Miriam Firestine, Lorraine
Schaeffer, Mildred Deck, Elmo Wagner, Grace
Editor-in-Chief - Bonnie Wise
Chief Advisor - Miss Zug
Co-editors Business Managers
Joyce Himmelberger Betty Gass
George Brightbill Ronald Youse
Class Editors Club Editors
Mary Louise Miller Lee Smith
Miriam Firestine Norma Wolfe
.lean Himmelberger Lucy Banlberger
Girls' Sports Editor Sports Editor
Lorraine Schaeffer Robert Albert
Carolyn Schott Edgar Landis
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Harvey L.. Nitrziuci'
To understand and know the beauty
and contentment in life, I like to think of
thc words of Browning: "Let us be content
in work, to do the thing we can do, and not
pre.-surxw to fret because it's little. "
Board of Education
Seated left to right: Ralph Smoyer, Monroe Huak, Edwin N011, Rodney Steltz
Standing left to right: Robert Schaeffer, Harvey Nitrauer, George Bleistein, .T
Supervising Principal -------------- Harvey L. Nitrziuer
President ------------ --- Monroe S. Haak
Vice-President ---- --- Robert I3. Schaeffer
Secretary ------- --- Ralph D. Smoyer
Treasurer ---- -- Rodney P. Steitz
Director --- -- Edwin R. N011
' Sc-nior Class Officers
llrvbxdvntz ,Tay lirown Socrciary: .lean Himnmlberger
View-Prrlsidelnt: Miriam Firestine l-l'QllSU1'L'1'Z L90 Smith
Class Mottu: Followers today, lenders tomorrow
Class Flwwer: Armsriczxn Bvzxuty Rose-
Clu:-ss Colors: Iiluv and White
Class Advisor: Miss Esthvr Zug
In 1937, our doting mothers started us on our educational career by
taking us to Miss Loose, our first grade teacher, who taught us our A, B, C's
and 1, 2, 3's.
We advanced in '38 to Miss Bittle, our second grade teacher, where we
learned the 3R's.
Miss Schell guided us through third grade, Miss Klopp, fourth, Mlss
Uhrich, fifth, and finally we reached the height of our hill school career, sixth
grade. Miss Gruber bade us farewell and then we were launched on a new and
exciting part of our school life--junior high school.
We entered junior high school with a wonderful feeling and with new hopes
because we could now go to the dances and join the varlou activities. Many
romances began to blossom ln eventh grade.
In eighth grade we became more confident of ourselves. We knew the
various rooms and we were no longer late for classes.
In tenth grade we selected pennants, hats, and our class colors, blue and
As juniors we sported flashy class rings and sponsored that gala affair--
the Junior and Senior Prom.
Now we were the leaders of our school--Seniors. We had many happy
tlmes in our senior year.
We had worked hard but our labors were rewarded. On May 8th, we
left for New York City, and after 3 wonderful days we returned to Myerstown
on May 10.
Class night saw us together, having fun as a class, for the last time.
Finally, with tears in our eyes, we reached the highlight--graduation.
We were sorry to leave you, dear Alma Mater, but happy to join the ranks of
Our First and Final Will
We, the class of '50, well-known Myerstonlans, well-educated at Myerstown
High School, situated at Railroad and Carpenter Streets, a most beautiful a.nd
southern section of this borough, grant this publishment of our most cherished
ownings unto the said party, to have and to hold--or else, put these things, which we
so dearly bequeath, in a wheelbarrow and haul them to success. We contrlbute the
1. Jay Brown bequeaths all his power as president of the Senior class to a
2. Dorothy Mattey wllls her place in Mr. Nltrauer's heart to some poor,
unfortunate J unlor.
3. To Joann Donley, Lucille Schell wllls her love for chemistry.
4. Robert Albert bequeaths his title, "God ' s Gift to Women, " to Joseph
5. To a lucky lad or lass, Miriam Flrestine bequeaths her office as school
6. Elsie Peffley bequeaths to Joyce Keeney her manly power.
7. Jean Himmelberger wills her pleasant manner to Marilyn Heffelflnger.
8. To Clifford Zinn, Mary Miller wllls her towering height.
9. Mumbles are bequeathed from Kenneth Leffler to Jerome Spangler.
10. George Brightblll leaves his interest ln girl to Raymond Phillips.
11. Peculalr laughter ls left to Mary Jo Shaffer from Arlene Smith.
12. To Lester Klntzer, Ray Dietrich bequeaths his jovial stunts.
13. The candy room is bequeathed by Betty Jane Gass to some sucker in the
14. To Joann Layser, Grace Hacker wllls her unforeseen fllrtatlons.
15. Neal Hower, popular with the glrls, leaves his great influence to Clarence
16. Jean Balthaser wills to Betty Brubaker her interest ln home economics.
17. Lorraine Schaeffer leaves her feminine charms to Nancy Shanaman.
18. Carl Wenger wllls his crazed driving to Jeannette Ylengst.
19. Many appeals are willed from Gene Helms to John Clay.
20. Bonnle Wise bequeaths Lanny Schott, with his basketball abllltles, to Mr.
21. To Jeanne Harding, Donna Miller leaves her monkey shines.
22. Harold Swonger wllls his low, manly volce to Richard Dohner.
23. Paul Hauer wills his love for vacations to Walker Diamond.
24. To Marvin Weidner, Lee Smith wllls hls intelligence.
25. Thomas Donkel bequeaths to Leonard Schott his handsomenessand secret
26. Jeannette Miller bequeaths her never forgotten history book to one more
27. Carolyn Schott wllls nothing for she wants it all herself.
28. Kenneth Lentz leaves to Thomas Lehman his shyness towards girls.
29. Richard Brown leaves his tricks to Ray Shaak.
30. Her man Noll, a sports-spirited fellow, leaves his athletic ability to
31. Joyce Hlmmelberger wllls her attractiveness to Betty Jean Layser.
32. Russell Heffelflnger wllls his watchful eye to George Eisley.
33. To George Lessig, Donald Wetzel, a man of few words, wills his
34. Patsy Swonger bequeaths to Lila Wise her "pep" in cheerleading.
35. Elmo Wa gne r , always ready for a laugh, wllls to Frederick Shaak hls
idea of keeping teachers happy.
36. Clark Levengood bequeaths his good looks to Larry Zartman.
37. Lucy Mae Bamberger wllls her reCiPe for fluffy, flaky ple crust to Mr.
Batdorf--May he rest ln peace.
To Marion O'Bryan, Shirley Keeney wills her ability to attract attention.
39. Theodore Ressler leaves his love for school to Joseph Smith.
40. Stella Schnoke, a girl of jokes, leaves them to her sister, Betty.
41. To Ronald Seibert, Ronald Youse bequeaths his thinking technique.
42. Ray Moyer wills his bashfulness to Jack Blcher.
43. Lois Dundore leaves her kind, lady-like tone of voice to Ruth Lutz.
44. Ernest Troutman wills his love for traveling around to Robert Wag-ner.
45. Harvey Rupp wills to John Wilhelm his slim figure.
46. To Paul Mease, Edgar Landis wills his activeness.
47. Helen Houser bequeaths to Jeannette Ylengst her interest in Trl-Hi-Y.
48. Robert Kohl bequeaths to Joel Wlest his musical instrument-a trumpet.
49. Glen Balthaser wills the slogan "The best fun is found ln school" to
50. To Sally Ann Whitmoyer, Norma Wolfe bequeaths her interest in gram-
51. Mildred Deck wills to Marlon Alspach her typing ability.
52. Neil Pelffer leaves all his books to the next possessor.
53. To Robert Houser, Elwood Schnoke bequeaths his quiet manner in school.
54. Richard Sholly wills to Larry Mentzer his school spirit.
And now, we, the Class of 1950, will our final possessions to you, the students
of M.H.S. Our cheerful dispositions we bequeath to the Freshman Class. May
they keep smiling! To the Junior class we will our undying love for work. Our old,
treasured books we will to whoever ls stupid enough to accept them. Some sleepy
members of our class will their unending yawns to whoever finds the classes too
boring. To the shop boys of the Junior Class, we bequeath all our excess energy.
We hereby, with all the authority invested in us, appoint Mr . Harve y L .
Nitrauer, our esteemed supervising principal, as the sole executor of this, our
last will and testament.
The sands of time in the hour glass have been running slowly for twenty-
five years. This is nota usual hourglass which fortells birth, youth, marriage,
and death, but this is the senior hourglass of the mid-century class of '50.
With cherished thoughts of these students--in first grade, in sixth grade,
as freshmen, and finally as Seniors in M. H. S., we see the same pupils, but
mat1u'e, in the year 1975. As the sand runs slowly and regularly through
Father Time's Clock, we see the faces, some which we recognize, butothers
which are wrinkle-streaked, gray-haired, and worn with success or failure.
As we examine these sands we see them in their present occupations--
Betty Gass and Stella Schnoke are operating the "We Mess You Up Beauty
Salon." Commercial flying is being introduced to the community by Dick
"Crack-up" Sholly who owns many new '75 models. Clark L eve ngood is
proving to be a very successful businessman by using feather s from his
chickens to operate the "Fuzzy Feather Foundry." After attending the "You
Learn Nothing Secretarial School, " Lorraine Schaeffer is kept busy by Admiral
"Swimm or Sink" Ressler, who has charge of the foreign navy. For sub-
mitting her famous recipe of how to boil water, Lucille Schell is voted "Best
Cook of '75" by the Myerstown Future Farm Women. Herman Noll and
Helen Houser CMrs. Nollj are retired and living in Florida after they made
all their money by operating the "We Sell Nothing Electrical Appliance Shop. "
Thomas D onkel is continuing his great business which he started in high
school--monkey business. Other partners in the firm are Jay Brown, Donald
Wetzel, and Ronald Youse, manager. Harley Rupp is a famous author after
writing his startling book, "How to Shoot Tame Ducks." Inefficient nurses
in the Myerstown "Come in and Drop Dead Community Hospital" are Jean
Balthaser, Patsy Swonger, and Mary Miller, George Brightblll is vice-
president tothe secretary of the janitor inthe Brightbill, Brightbill, Brightbill
and Brightbill, Inc. Grocery Store. Paul Hauer, who has changed his name,
is in Hollywood, starring in G.M.G. pictures as "Shop-Along Gabbidy. " Now
working at the "Everyone Welcome Town Jail" is the lawyer who knows nothing
about law, Kenneth Lentz, and the sheriff, Lazy Lefty Leffler of Lebanon
County. The sailors of the class, Glenn Balthaser, Harold Swanger and
Dick Brown, will receive their honorable dishonorable discharge as soon as
they can be located on the high sea--Strack's Dam. Arlene Smith ls living in
Atlantic City and has received the Beauty Contest Title "Misfit America of
1975. " Speedy office personnel of our town are Donna Miller, Grace Hacker,
Miriam Firestine, Norma Wolfe, and Jeannette Miller who have broken all
typing records by typing four words a minute! Ray Dietrich and Ray Moyer
are mechanics at the "We Take It Apart Garage." Ernest Troutman, who is
operating a dry cleaning plant will be given the title "Bachelor of the Year
Who Will Most Likely Be Caught." Private secretaries who sat on their
bosses knee and are married are Jean Himmelberger and Mlldr ed D eck.
Washington, D.C. is the home of Elmo Wagner, in the Civil War Service,
and O. Neil Peiffer president of the I.B. F. Russell Heffelflnger is the
millionaire of the class by discovering olive oil wells in Texas. Busy
keeping the "We Carry No Books Library" out of shape is Bonnie Wise, the
librarian. Neal Hower is now making world concert tours with his singing
partner, Margaret Truman. The Esquirest, the least read magazine of '75,
has employed Gene Helms, the famous photographer without the camera, to
do feature work. Members of the 4-H division or "Heaven Help the Happy
Housewives' Club" are Carolyn Schott, President, Lois Dundore, Shirley
Keeney, Dorothy Mattey, and Elsie Peffley. After taking ten years to raise
one wheat crop, Carl Wenger is voted the "Slowest Farmer of the Future. "
Edgar Landis, who is operating the "Ed's Sloppy Stopover" restaurant chain,
spends his time raising flowers for his wife. Joyce Himmelberger is a model
in the "John Robert Horrors Model Agency. " Robert Kohl will be voted "The
Biggest Wheel of the Year" by the Myerstown Energetic Engineer Association.
The dying dietician, Dr. L. Mae Bamberger has just discovered a new food
plan--"How to Live Without Eating. " Two other very successful businessmen
of our community are Lee Smith and Robert Albert who are raising cain.
Elwood Schnoke is a professional bartender at the El Schnoke Plaza, Mt.
The sands have slowly run through the hourglass. The vision has faded.
We are now back to the year 1950.
Number in the school ............
Number who think they are perfect students . .
Number who are perfect students . . .
Number who think they are executives . .
Number who are executives . . . . . . . . . . . .
Number who think they can outsmart the teachers
Number who do outsmart the teachers . .
Number who think they are athletes . . .
Number who have athletes foot ......
Number of books taken home per student . .
Number of books opened .............
Number who said we ought to have good teams . .
Number who came out for athletics ..... . .
Number who thought they would make the team . . .
Number who made the team ...........
Number who think they are clever . . .
Number who are clever ........
Number who think this column is funny . .
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Remembered for--hie natural
unawareness of girls.
l Sr. Band, G yrs' Student Council 1 yr:
Myrialog Sports Editor' County Band 2 yrs
Glen Paul Balthaser
H1 Y lyr Chef Club lyr
Jean Pauline Balthaser
Remembered for her homemaklng ability
F H A Zyrs Library Club 3yrs
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Lucy Mae Bamberger
Remembered as--editor of the Newsgram.
,gf--ev Sr. Tri-Hi-Y. 2 yrs. QV. Pres.l: Girls'
y Chorus. 4 yrs., Mixed Chorus, 4 yrs.,
Girls' Ensemble, 4 yrs.g Sr. Class Play:
, F. H. A., 3 yrs. fPres.lg
Library Club, 6 yrs.g Newsgram, 4 yrs.
-,X fEditorJg Myrialog Staff, 2 yrs. g
4 County Chorus, 2 yrs.
George Michael Brightbill 5
Remembered for--his neat appearance.
Sr. Class Playg Basketball, 2 yrs.g
Soccer Team, 2 yrs.g Baseball Team, 4 yrs.,
Student Council, 2 yrs. fPres.Jg
Myrialog Staff CAssociate Editorl.
.Tay Isaac Brown
Remembered for--his all round
X, athletic ability.
Sr. Class Play: Basketball, 4 yrs.
I' 'M' iCo-Captainbg Soccer Team, 4 yrs.g
4 V Baseball Team. 4 yrs.g Sr. Band, 4 yrs.:
V. D.R.D., 2 yrs. KV. Pres. jg County Band, 2 yrs
- Ricllard Frederick: Brow,
X ,,,.-N Remembered for--his antics
M , e. in homeroom.
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Baseball, lyr. Cllflzmzzgerl.
Mildred Emma Deck
Remembered for--her shy,
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h Ray Elmer Dietrich
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LUIS Marxe Dundore
Remernbered for her gxggle
rx H1 Y 2 yrs G1r1s, Chorus
1 yr Lxbrary Club 2 yrs
Thomas George Dunkel
Remembered by--Marian O'Bryan
Sr. Band, 5 yrs.: Basketball
1 yr.g Camera Club, 1 yr.
xrlam Man Frrustmc
Rememborgd for her
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Myrmlo St1fflChss Edxtorj
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Remembered for--her rare
but sunny smile.
Girls' Chorus, 2 yrs.g Mixed Cho
Potty .lame Giiss
Rcxxienilwrcd for--hor pzitlvncv
in the candy room.
Sr. Tri-Hi-Y, 3 yrs. lChz1plaiuig
Girls' Chorus, 4 yrs.:
Mixed Chorus, 3 yrs.g
' Girls' Ensemble, 3 yrs.:
Student Council, 2 yrs.:
Myrialog Staff Wusiiwss lvlziiiugcfri.
County Chorus, 2: yrs.
Club, 4 yrs. QV. Pros., Pr0s.l
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2 yrs.: Myrialog Staff lTypistJ. 2 N..
' r . ' Paul Isiah Hauer
Remembered for--his sincere,
F. F. A., 4 yrs. lWatch Dogi.
Hi-Y, 1 yr.g Soccer Team, 3 yrs.:
Russell Loc Hoffclfingcr
NV' Remernbcrcd by--all the girls
""""' with whom he flirls.
Hi-Y, 1. 2 yr. CSec.lg Baseball, 1 yr
ChcfC1uh, 1 yr. KSQCJ.
Gene Irvin Helms ' l S
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Rememberod fur--his hzxphazardness. ' u
Sovcer, 3 yrs.: llaselaalll, 3 yrs.: Vw'
ChQfClul1. 1yr.: D.R.D., Z yrs.
'M My Jean Betty Himrnelberger
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"lm,,,. 1. Remembered for--her interest
K' Sr. Tri-Hi-Y, 3 yrs. L'I'rea:s.J:
f ,M Girls' Chorus, 3 yrs.:
,f ' Mixvd Chorus, 3 yrs.:
1, fu ' m Student Council, 2 yrs. CV. Pre-5.71
3 tk 'V' lv yrialou Staff fClass Editorlg
County Chorus, 2 yrs.
Helen Jean Houser
Tri-Hi-Y. 2 yrs. IScribeJ:
Girls' Chorus. 4 yrs.:
mixed Chorus, 1 yr.:
Sr. Band, 4 yrs. g County Band,
County Chorus. 1 yr.
Joyce Anna Himmelberger
Remembered lor'-her accuracy
with n basketball.
Sr. Tri-Hi-Y, 3 yrs.g
Girls' Chorus, 4 yrs.:
Mixed Chorus, 4 yrs. 3
Girls' Ensemble, 4 yrs.g
Sr. Class Playg
liasketball. 3 yrs. CCupt.J:
Newsgram. 2 yrs.g
Myrialog Staff fAssociate Editorl:
County Chorus, 2 yrs.
Neal Russell Hower
Remembered as--the crooning
Lothario of the senior class.
Hi-Y, 1 yr. 1Pres.lg
Mixed Chorus, 4 yrs. 5
Chef Club. 1 yr.g
Sr. Band, 4 yi-s.g
County Band, 2 yrs.g
County Chorus, 3 yrs. g
Shirley Mae Keeney
A . "Keeney"
A H Remembered for--her peppy
gag, Sr. Tri-Hi-Y, 3 yrs. 3 Girls' Chorus
Harry Robert Kohl
accurate foul shots.
Boys' Chorus, 4 yrs.3
Mixed Chorus, 4 yrs.g
Sr. Class Play, 2 yrs.g
Basketball, 4 yrs. g
Soccer, 4 yrs., Baseball, 4 yrs.g
2 yrs. 3 Basketball, 3 yrs. 1
Cheerleaders, 3 yrs.
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Stud0ntCounr:i1, 4 yrs., Sr. Band, 6 yrs.: y,.
District Band, A yrs. 3 County Band, 3 yrs.3 t t 1' C
County Chorus, Z yrs.
Edgar David Landis
Remembered for--his excellent
portrayal of "Ruby" in the
sr. class play.
Boys' Chorus, 2 yrs.g Mixed Chorus,
2 yrs.g Sr. Class Playg
Chef Club, 1 yr. fPres.lg
Newsgram, 4 yrs. CPhotographerJg
Student Council, 1 yr. fTreas.Jg
Sr. Band, 1 yr.gD.R.D., Z yrs. CPres
Myrialog Staff iPhotographerJg
County Band, 1 yr.
Kenneth Isaac Lentz
Remembered for--the love notes he
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slipped to glrls ln assemb y.
Y 1 r - Boys' Chorus, 4 yrs.g
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IN ixed Chorus, 3 yrs.: F. F.A., 4 yrs.g
' Chorus, 2 yrs.
Chef Club. 1 yr., County
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F.F.A., 4 yrs.g
Kenneth Elias Leffler
Hi-Y, 1 yr.g Soccer, 4 yrs.:
Chef Club, 1 yr.
Clarke Erie Levengood
Remembered for--his handsome
F. F.A., 3 yrs. lPres.J.
Dorothy Joan Mattcy
Remembered for--her attractive
clothing and pleasing personality.
Sr. Tri-Hi-Y, 3 yrs.g Girls' Chorus
1 yr. 3 D.R.D.. 2 yrs.
Donna .lean Miller
Remembered for--her frequent trips to
Stouchsburg and Shartlesville.
Sr. Tri-Hi-Y, 3 yrs. 3 Sr. Band,
3 yrs.g D.R.D., 2 yrs. 3 County Band, 1 yr.
Jeannette Katherine Miller
Remembered for--her glowing tales of
"Bommy" and the big Buick.
Sr. Tri-Hi-Y, 1 yr.g Girls' Chorus, 2 yrs.
Ray William Moyer
Remembered for--his wavy hair.
Chef Club, 1'yr.g Hi-Y, 1 yr.
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Mary Louise Miller
Remembered for--every inch of
her 5' 11l,'2"
Sr. Tri-Hi-Y, 2 yrs.: Basketball
2 yrs.g Library Club, 1 yr.g
Myrialolr Staff fClass Editorl.
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Herman Eugene Noll, Jr.
Hi-Y, 1 yr.: Basketball, 2 yrs.
Soccer, 2 yrs.: Baseball, 4 yrs.
Chef Club, 1 yr.
Elsie Lucille Peflley
,l1l l Remembered for--her love affairs.
9d Basketball, lyr.g F.H.A., .Z yrs.
Library Club, 3 yrs.
Neil Odell Peiffer 5 ,El 5 an
uLefty" A W: ,alr Q
Remembered as--the wizard of . E1
the chemistry lab. A'
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Theodore Arlen Ressler
Remembered by-- Lorraine.
D.R.D., 1 yr. 3 County Band. 1 yr
Soccer. 2 yrS.3 Sr. Band, 5 yrs.:
in W lv 5 I Harley Henry Rupp
M S Remembered for--his remarkable
W ability to shoot tame ducks.
Lorraine Mae Schaeffer
Remembered as--the petite blonde Pres.
Sr. Tri-Hi-Y, 3 yrs. fSec., Pres.Jg
Sr. Class Playg
Basketball, 3 yrs.g Library Club, 4 yrs.g
fSec.. Pres., Trea.s.Dg Newsgram, 1 yr.:
Student Council, 1 yr. g Myrialog Staff.
Lucille Eileen Schell
Remembered for--her jovial nature
Girls' Chorus, 4 yrs.g
l F.H.A., 2 yrs. qsocqg
Library Club, 4 yrs.
Sr Tri-Hi-Y. 3 yrs.g F.H.A., 3 yrs.g
Stella Mary Schnoke
Remembered as--the silliest
female in the Senior Class.
Library Club, 3 yrs.
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Elwood Lee Schnoke
Remembered for--his feminine
interest in the Sophomore Class.
Boys' Chorus, Z yrs.g Mixed Chorus
2 yrs. 3 D.R.D. , 1 yr.
Carolyn Eileen Shott
Remembered for--her marvelous
Sr. Tri-Hi-Y, 3 yrs.g
F.H.A., 3 yrs. iPres.Jg
Library Club, 4 yrs. fSec., Treas
Myrialog Staff. 1Art Editorl.
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Arlene Mae Smith
Richard Ardell Sholly
Remembered as--the "little boy"
of the Senior Class. 15' 3"J
Mixed Chorus, 3 yrs.g
Sr. Class Play lProp. Iv.gr.Jg
Soccer, 2 yrs.g Baseball, 3 yrs.
CManagerJ: Chef Club, 1 yr.g
Sr. Band, 3 yrs.g D.R.D., 2 yrs '
County Chorus, 1 yr.
Remembered for--the peculiar 4
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Sr. Tri-Hi-Y, 2 yrs.g Girls' Chorus,
2 yrs, 1 D.R.D. , 3 yr
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Lee Crist Smith
Remembered because--his only
fault is that he hasn't any.
Boys' Chorus, 4 yrs. g Mixed Chorus
4 yrs.g Sr. Band, 6 yrs.g
Myrialog Staff, 1Club Reporterlg
County Chorus, 3 yrs.g
County Band, 2 yrs.
Hi-Y. 1 yr.: Boys' Chorus, 4 yrs.g
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Patricia Ruth Anna Swonger
Remembered for--her attraction
to the opposite sex.
Sr. Tri-Hi-Y, 3 yrs., Girls' Chorus, 4 yrs.'
Harold Pearson Swanger
Remembered by--Edor Rod and
the rest of the A1 Capone gang.
Basketball, 1 yr., Soccer, 2 yrs
Mixed Chorus, 3 yrs., Sr. Class Play,
Basketball, 3 yrs. g Cheerleader, 4 yrs.g
Library Club, 6 yrs.: Sr. Band, 5 yrs.,
County Band, 3 yrs. 5 County Chorus, 2 yrs.
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Ernest Richard Troutman
Remembered as--the pig-pen
keeper at the fair.
F. F.A., 4 yrs.
Carl Irvin Wenger
Elmo Edward Wagner
Remembered for--his activities
in the Library Club.
D.R.D., Z yrs.g Sr. Band, 4 yrs.g
Library Club, 6 yrs.g Soccer, 3 yrs.
iManagerJg Basketball, 3 yrs. CManagerJ
Remembered for--his "cowboying" in
his big, black Oldsmobile.
F.A., 4 yrs. fSec., Treas., V. Pres. .
Donald Rodger Wetzel
Remembered for--his dashing,
daring approach in the feminine
Bonnie Ann Wise
Sr. Tri-Hi-Y, 2 yrs.: Girls' Chorus,
1 yr,g Sr. Class Play: Basketball.
3 yrs., F.H.A., lyr.,
.g Library Club.
Cheerleader, 4 yrs
4 yrs. CV. Pres., Pres.Jg
Student Council, 2 yrs. KSec. J,
Sr. Band, 3 yrs. Ulead Majorettelg
Myrialog Staff, KEditorJ.
Norma Mae Wolfe
Remembered as--the only demure,
retiring senior girl.
Girls' Chorus, 2 yrs., F.l-I.A., 1 yr.,
Student Council, zz yrs.,
Myrlalog Staff, CClub Editorl.
Ronald Bomberger Youse
Remembered as--the "shcik"
Lv of the Senior Class.
"js Sr. Class Play, A yrs., Basketball
3 yrs., Soccer, 3 yrs.g
Baseball, 3 yrs.:
Student Council, 3 yrs. g
Sr. Band, 6 yrs.g
District Band, A yrs.g
County Band, 3 yrs.
Myrialogz Staff, ffiusiness Mgr. lg
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Seated left to right: Donald Uhrich, Vice-Presidentg Sally Ann Whitmoyer,
Secretaryg Joel Weist, Presidentg Frederick Shaak, Treasurer.
Time goes on at a fast pace. Soon the Juniors will be walking the halls
of M.H.S. as proud Seniors, leading their underclassmen. By participating
in all school sports :ind activities, these students develop their ideals and
goals for a brighter future.
The Seniors of 1950 advise the Juniors to set their goals high. By end-
less labor and perseverance they will enjoy success and be content with the
satisfaction found in their final achievement.
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First QV, Q 'Q right: Rosene Sonnen, Blanche Hunsicker, Patricia Koppen-
haver, Elizabeth Brubaker, Frederick Shaak, Sally Ann Whitmoyer, Joel
Weist, Donald Uhrich, Theresa Ferretti, Mary Ann Bollinger, Betty Schnoke,
Second row, left Q right: Monroe Krall, Lloyd Kreiser, Elmer Derr,
Jerome Spangler, James Bowman, Larry Zartman, William Weirich, Irwin
Kreider, Joseph Oberholtzer, Melvin Rudy, Clifford Zinn.
Third r-fav-, left to right: Nellie Pfaltz, Doris Kintzer, Joann Layser, Patricia
Light, Jeannette Yiengst, Marion Alspach, Nancy Shanaman, Joann Donley,
Verna Showers, N ary Firestine.
Fourth row, Q-QQ right: Robert Wagner, Paul Blouch, Ruth Lutz, Bernice
Achey, Leona Miller, Betty Layser, Dorothy Moyer, Betty Ruhl, Grace
Schaeffer, Mary Jo Schaffer, Stanley Deck, Arthur Mahaffey.
Fifth row, left to ri ht: Walker Diamond, Carl Katzaman, Stewart Keener,
Jael? BicEe1fT.loyd undore, Richard Swope, Richard Dohner, Robert Muth,
Donald Duffy, Clarence Richards, Ronald Seibert, Leroy Wentzler, George
Pfaltz, Lester Kintzer, Ray Shaak.
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Front Q-v. L-ei tg Right: Emerson Hauer. Gwendolyn Miller, Evelyn Stecher,
Marlene Garloff. Joyce Keeney. Joanne Yeagley, Raymond Phillips. Shirley
Lahe. Leonard Schott. Grace Clay. Lila Wise. Elaine Hacker, Arlene Shower.
Second Row. Left Q Right: Howard Brandt. Geraldine Boyer. George Eisley.
Ronald Moyer. Guy Wartluft, John Gettle. Joseph Smith. Ronald Lehman,
William Shuey. Ray Fohias. Ronald Sell. Kenneth Yiengst. Ellen Snyder.
Third Row, Left Q-Rig ht: Paul Hoover, Patricia Umberger. Della Long, Mary
Rothenbach. Joan LeGay. Alta Hess. Phyllis Kline. Rita Zug. Shirley Ranaldi.
Carol Bird. Marilyn Schell. Nancy Ream.
Fourth R-ol. E Qliight: Robert Brown. Marvin Weidner. John Clay. Wil-
liam Rittle, Marion O'Pryan. Millie Clay. Barbara Schott. Jeanne Harding.
Gladys Zeimler. Eleanor Briqhthill. Anna Peffley, Lois Noll, Richard Andrews
Calvin Beamesderfer. Neil Hoke.
Fifth R-oy, it Q Right: Paul Mease, Lloyd Long. Orval Garloff, Emma
Katzaman, Doris Keener. Esther Klick. Jean Wengert, Shirley Muth. Shirley
Frantz. Marion Umberizer. Carolyn Lebo, Carolyn Ressler, Russell Yost.
Jan.es Bollinger. Glenn Donough. Richard Souders, Conrad Usner.
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LQQ tg Right, 131: Harold Caskie, William Krick, Lester Phillipy,
Gerald Wieant, John Royer, Charles Gassert, Robert Houser, Kathleen
Forry, Helen Gass, Virginia Haulman, Carl Firestine, Gordon Lehman,
Dennis saylor, Harry Hunsicker, Charles Duffy, Carl Weihs.
Second Helen Lutz, Alma Shenk, Erlene Gibble, Doris Heydt, Katie
Martin, Janet Shanaman, Nancy Brown, Shirley Achey, Mary Kurr, Lucia
Brown, Julia Schaeffer, Ardell Keith, Shirley Andrews.
Third Row: Ronald Weik, Carl Brubaker, John Wilhelm, David Hain, Ken-
neth Delgt, Peter Hottenstein, Larry Mentzer, Robert Schoener, Robert
Bashore, Phillip Pfaltz, Irvin Smith, Robert Krick.
Fourth R9-vi: Richard Wagner, Frank Kreiser, Ernest Lutz, Harvey Wise,
Rebecca Peiffer, Shirley Heffley, Gladys Bliestein, Marie Stauffer, Naomi
Williams, Joanne Gassert, Gay Seibert, Shirley Sholley, Shirley Rhoads,
Robert Kleinfelter, Ronald Schoener, Donald Landis. Richard Muth.
Fifth I-195 Barbara Yost, Joyce Miller, Marion Tice, Nancy Fetter,
Janet Spitler. Alice Horne, Sara Bennetch, Shirley Lessig, Doris Mader,
Shirley Miller, Jane Rothenbach, Beatrice Garloff, Evalyn Thrasher, June
Donner, Gail Geib, Hilda Light, Nancy McCurdy, Eetty Tobias.
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First row, EQ Q right: Peter Lehman, Richard Dundore, Ronald Yeakley,
Gene Eberly, Paul Shartle, Norman Brown, George Lessig, Walter Whit-
moyer, Shirley Schwear, Gladys Duffy, Gerald Heberling, Roy Schaeffer,
Robert Andrews, Franklin Stoudt, Eldon LeGay, Ronald Hunsicker.
Second Q Q2-QQ right: Rita Brown, Darlene Brandt, Gloria Scipioni,
Betty Mays, Pauline Shartle, Thomas Hafer, Robert Strauss, Ivan Hopkins,
Betty Long, Luanne Werner, Delores Phillippy, Kathleen Smith, Mildred
Kreider, Dorothy Evans.
Third QE, Left toright: Michael Hottenstein, Richard Koller, George
Eisenhauer, Gerald Yeakley, Erwin Mahaffey, Irene Condran, James
Schaeffer, Paul Hibshman, Rudolph Marcozzi, Kenneth Nelson, Ernest
Brown, Charles Donley.
Fourth row, Q-Q right: Barbara Spangler, Julia Peiffer, Myrna Stecher.
Virginia Lebo, Lucille Betz, Nira Wolfe, Grace Brandt.
Fifth LCE, Left Q right, Robert Zeigler, Richard IN iller, Eugene Moyer,
Ronald Swongger, Robert Hicks, LeRoy Grumbine, David Schell, Walter
Rittle, Earl Long, Russel Shaak, Donald Brown, Lloyd Kreider, Gerald
Moyer, Dino Marcozzi.
Sixth left Q-rifght: Gene Bucher. Henrietta Fetter, Linda Stohler.
Jean Gettle, Carol Hollinger, Lois Mentzer, Dolores Fortna, Carol
Honafius, Ruth Ream, Nancy Gingrich, Alice Hardy, Fay Hartzog, Helen
Hixenheiser, Mabel Sadler, Allen Bamberger. Richard Derr. Kenneth
Miller. Another member of eighth grade is Richard Miller.
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First ,rg-v, QQ Q right: Barbara McCurdy, Mary Ellen Sheetz, Ruth Ben-
netch, Betty Holdeman, Gladys Gingrich, Marie Troutman, Helen Yingst,
Terry Schott, Peggy Garloff, Geraldine I-Ieverling, Marian Sadler, Irene
Fox, Shirley Gassert, Alma Hoover, Mary Ellen Dean.
Second Loy, leg-Q right: Ronald Rittle, John Mentzer, Bernard Webber,
Curtis Houtz, Franklin Seigfriecl, Joel Zinn, Charles Miller, Harold Mann,
David Wartluft, Dilton Wieant, Ronald Swanger, kenneth Wolfe.
Third gy, Left toright: Sandra Koller, Geraldine Honker, Joyce Linder-
muth, Marlene Hibshman,.Nancy Honker, Marlene Schoener, Sylvia Wandell.
Fourth roy., Q-QQ right: Robert Hofer, Ernest Firestine, Jay Wengert,
David Ebling, Patricia Forry, Mamie Rittle, Lorraine Zimmerman, Florence
Holdeman, Arlene Deck, Verna Gibble, Verna Deaver.
Fifthrg, le-it Q right: Larry Morris, Kermit Hower, John Tice, Warren
I-Ieilman, James Williams, Jere Pearson, Authur Noll, Marlin Umberger,
Robert Howell, Donald Brown, William Fencil, Carl Grumbine.
Sixth Q, Leg Q right: Gloria Duffy, Thomas Cox, Thomas Nixon, Paul
Snyder, Wilbur Wagner, Carl Deck, Charles Geib, Mabel Martin, Shirley
Tobias, Jeanette Bowman, Rita Bowman, Virginia Saylor. Other members
of the class are: Roseann Kline and Harold Baker.
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First Q, Qgt-Q right: Bonnie Wise, Stella Schnoke, Carolyn Schott, Helen
Houser, Sally Whitmoyer, Lorraine Schaeffer, Lucy Bamberger, Dorothy
Moyer, Betty Gass, Patricia Swonger, Shirley Keeney.
Second Q: Patricia Koppenhaver, Bernice Achey, Mary L. Miller, Joyce
Himmelbcrger, Donna Miller, Jean Himmelberger, Lois Dundore, Jeannette
Miller, Mary Jo Shaffer, Jeannette Yiengst.
Third Lal: Nellie Pfaltz, Betty Ruhl, Leona Miller, Joann Layser, Betty
Layser, Joann Donley, Grace Schaeffer, Nancy Shanaman.
Fourth Q1-: Shirley Frantz, Rita Zug, Jeanne Harding, Eleanor Brightbill,
Pat Umberger, Shirley Muth, Shirley Ranaldi, Carol Bird, Betty Schnoke,
Carolyn Lebo, Elizabeth Brubaker, Carolyn Ressler.
Last row: Gwendolyn Miller, Shirley Labe, Evelyn Stecher, Joyce Keeney,
Marian O'Bryan, Joan Le Gay, Ellen Snyder, Lois Noll, Joann Yeagley,
Marlene Garloff, Lila Wise, Della Long, Phyllis Kline, Shirley Frantz.
The Tri-Hi-Y, under the leadership of Miss Esther Zug, has a three-
fold purpose--to create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and
community, high standards of Christian living. The programs are arranged
to fit the physical, social, and religious needs of the members.
The club has been very active this year. Some of its accomplishments
are: The Queen of Hearts Dance, the Christmas and Easter Pageants, the
first grade party, the Faculty Tea, and the annual caroling through the halls
of M. H. S.
May success accompany the Tri-Hi-Y in the future and may the girls
continue to lead the school as they have done.
President - Lorraine Schaeffer Treasurer - Dorothy Moyer
Vice-President - Lucy Bamberger Chaplain - Betty Gass
Secretary - Sally Ann Whitmoyer Scribe - Helen Houser
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First.:-gy, ligu-right: Mary Ellen Sheetz, Helen Yiengst, Marlene
Hibshman, Shirley Gassert, Barbara Spangler, Gay Seibert, Virginia Haul-
man, Betty Tobias, Peggy Garloff, Irene Fox, Sylvia Wandell, Marlene
Second -xgvl, Q Q right: Nancy Honker, Pauline Shartle, Henrietta Fetter,
Lois Mentzer, Carol Hollinger, Linda Stohler, Evelyn Thrasher, Janet
Spitler, Sandra Koller, Rita Brown, Ruth Bennetch.
Third 511, lg Q right: Alice Hardy, Carol Honafius, Rebecca Peiffer,
Dolores Fortna, Nancy Brown, Shirley Achey, Joyce Lindenmuth, Fay
Hertzog, Virginia Saylor.
Fourth Q-av., Q Q right: Gloria Scipioni, Jane Rothenbach, Shirley Lessig,
Virginia Lebo, Doris Mader, Marian Tice, Luanne Werner, Gail Geib,
Shirley Tobias, Julia Schaeffer.
This worthy organization of 43 junior high girls, under the leadership
of Miss Donouqh, strives to create, maintain, and extend throughout the
school and community high standards of Christian character.
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Firstrgw-, QQ Q right: Richard Sholly, Glenn Balthaser, Herman Noll,
James Bowman, Kenneth Leffler, Larry Zartman, Paul Hauer, Ray Moyer.
Second Q: Clarence Richards, Robert Maze, Kenneth Lentz, Neal Hower,
Richard Brown, Jack Bicher, Irwin Kreider.
Third Q: Robert Wagner, William Weirich, Walker Diamond, Paul Blouch
Stewart Keener, Richard Swope, Clifford Zinn.
Fourth roy.: George Pfaltz, Kenneth Yiengst, Ray Tobias, Russell Yost,
Leonard Schott, Ronald Sell, Emerson Hower.
Qwj Marvin Weidner, John Clay, George Eisley, James Bollinger,
The Hi-Y Club, under the advisorship of Mr. A. Lester Bucher, is a
newly organized club composed of senior high school boys.
The purpose of the club is to create, maintain, and extend throughout
the school and community high standards of Christian character.
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Members of the Newsgram Staff are: Lucy Bamberger, Editor: Sally
Whitmoyer, Mary Firestine, Associate Editors, Staff: Betty Layser, Cla-
rence Richard. Dorothy Moyer, Verna Showers, Mary Bollinger, Joanne
Layser. Petty Prubaker, Patsy Umberger, Edgar Landis, Marlene Garloff,
Phyllis Kline, Evelyn Steeher, Joann Yeagley, Shirley Lessig, Theresa
Feretti, Carolyn Ressler. Millie Clay, Shirley Labe. Virginia Haulman,
Gorden Lehman. Shirley Rhoads, Marie Stauffer. John Wilhelm. Nellie
Pfaltz, Rohert Wagner, William Weirieh. Stewart Keener, Charles Kribs,
Lester Phillippy, Leona Miller. Philip Pfaltz. Leroy Wenzler. Advisors:
Mrs. Lantz. Miss Kopp, Mr. Marquette. Mr. Mitchell. Mrs. Groff.
The Newsgrram. a self-supporting monthly publication, is the student
paper of M. H.S. The purpose of the Newsgrarn is to provide adequate news
Coverage of school activities, to promote school spirit, and to give students
who are interested in journalism an opportunity to use their talents. Phe
Newssfrarn, first puhlished in 1923. is a member ofthe National Scholastic
Press Assoffiation. and is orinted commercially,
Future Homemakers of America
The F. H. A. of Myerstown is an active club well-noted throughout the
school. It is comprised of twenty-five girls from grades ten, eleven, and
twelve. The percentage of members has greatly increased this year, this
may be due to the fact that there are more vocational home economics girls.
This club, like our government, has a constitution which each girl is
obliged to uphold. It states the purpose of the organization, of homemaking,
the importance of worthy home membership, the encouragementof democracy,
the promotion of international good will, and the furtherance of interests in
This year the leader, Mrs. David Lockart, wishes to have the club
take a first step toward a formation of a county organization of F. H.A.
First table at left: Carolyn Schott, Marilyn Heffelfinger. Stella Schnoke,
First table in front: Marian O'Bryan, Norma Wolfe, Lucille Schell, .Tean
Balthaser, Elsie Peffley, Julia Schaeffer.
Second table in back: Doris Keener, Dorothy Moyer. Patricia Umberger,
Standing, left to right: Elaine Hacker, Anna Peffley, Betty Brubaker, Esther
Klick, Arlene Showers, Naomi Williams, Bonnie Wise, Nancy Shanaman,
Shirley Frantz, Joann Donley.
First row, le-Lt tg right: Ernest Troutman. Clark Levengood, Kenneth Lentz
Stewart Keener, Carl Wenger, Paul Blouch, Emerson Hauer, Monroe Krall.
Second Q: Carl Katzaman, Kenneth Leffler, Paul Hauer, Arthur Mahaffey
Irwin Kreider, Leroy Wentzler, Elmer Derr.
Third Carl Brubaker, Melvin Rudy, Robert Muth, Paul Mease, Glenn
Donough, Harry Shaak, Lloyd Long.
Fourth Q: Harry Hunsicker, Carl Firestine, Donald Landis, Robert
Schoener, Richard Muth, Harold Caskle, Ernest Lutz.
The F. F. A. is an organization under the leadership of Mr. John
Sherman, for the purpose of helping those boys interested in farming. Every
fall the members are busy preparing for the Myerstown Community Fair.
The boys spend much time in the F. F. A. shop where they repair and paint
farm implements. They also spray trees in the town and the surrounding
county with their own 400 gallon sprayer.
Boys' Homemaking Club
Members of the club are: Larry Zartman, Joseph Oberholtzer. Paul Bloueh,
Richard Shelly, Kenneth Leffler, George Pfaltz. Glenn Balthaser. Richard
Swope, Paul Hauer. Robert Wagner, Stewart Keener, Robert Muth, Neal
Hower, Kenneth Lentz. Ray Moyer, Russell Heffelfinger, Thomas Lehman,
The Boys' Homemaking Club, organized in 1949, is composed of twenty
junior and senior boys who are interested in learning how to apply various
phases of homemaking to everyday living.
Learning how to prepare snacks for themselves, learning to select
clothing suitable for each individual for various occasions, and learning
proper table and dating manners are some of the activities of the club.
The club advisor is Mrs. Edna Lockart.
Members of the Ensemble are: lLeft to rightl Shirley Rhoads, Della Long,
Marilyn Heffelfinger, Shirley Frantz, Marie Stauffer, Betty Layser, Helen
Gass, Lucy Bamberger, Joyce Himmelberger, Maryellen Frantz, Betty Gass
and Kathleen Forry.
The Girls' Ensemble, a high school musical organization, is composed
of twelve girls selected from grades nine to twelve. They are under the
direction of Miss Kathryn Dech, vocal supervisor.
The Ensemble sings at community gatherings throughout the year, the
Senior Play, the Community Fair, the Sen ior C hor al Concert and at the
meetings of various civic organizations.
This organization was begun in 1938 and has continued through the years.
Three Senior girls will leave the E n semble this year. They are: Second
Soprano, Lucy Bamberger and Altos-Betty Gass, Joyce E-Iimmelberger.
During the past few years the Ensemble entered the Forensic and
Music League Contests which are sponsored by the University of Pittsburgh.
In 1948 the Ensemble participated in the State contest at Oil City. Last year,
1949, the Ensemble received the highest honor, a Superior Rating. The girls
journeyed to Pottstown to receive this first place State Award.
David Schell has accompanied the Ensemble this past year.
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First gay., lg tgright: Richard Sholly, Grace Hacker, Kenneth Lentz, Jean
Himmelberger, Robert Kohl, Joyce Himmelberger, Neal Hower, Lucy Bam-
berger, Lee Smith, Patricia Swanger, Edgar Landis, Betty Gass.
Second Qld, lg Q right: Della Long, Shirley Frantz, Joan Layser, Arthur,
Mahaffy, Leonard Schott, Paul Blouch, Clarence Richards, Richard Muth,
Patsy Umberger, Marilyn Heffelfinger, Lila Wise.
Third Q, leltg right: Marvin Weidner, Joan Yeagley, Marie Stauffer,
Betty Layser, Ruth Bennetch, Carolyn Ressler, John Clay, George Eisley.
Fourth Lo-w, Q-Q right: Janet Shanaman, Kathleen Forry, Helen Gass,
Jerome Spangler, Robert Brown, Howard Brandt, William Rittle, lmarlene
Garloff, Mary Ellen Frantz, Shirley Rhoads.
The m ix ed c hor us is composed of students chosen from the ninth to
twelfth grades. Under the direction of Miss Kathryn Dech, they present an
annual spring conc ert . The chorus also presents a few selections at the
Certain members who work hard are chosen to participate in the county
and district choruses. Sometimes a member also has the privilege of going
to State Chorus.
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First Q, lgtg right: Peggy Garloff, Roy Schaeffer, Bernard Webber,
Curtis l-Ioutz, Joel Zinn. Ruth Bennetch, Geraldine Heberling, Helen
Yiengst, Nancy Honker. Franklin Stoudt, Charles Donley, Harold Mann,
David Wartluft, Dolores Phillipy.
Second Q-vg: Luanne Werner, Darlene Brandt, Patricia Forry, Linda Stohler,
Richard Miller, William Fencil, Thomas Cox, Ronald I-Iunsicker, Sylvia
Wandell, Carol Honafius, Joyce Lindenmuth, Sandra Koller, Marlene
Third in James Shaffer, Harold Baker, Shirley Tobias, Gloria Scipioni,
Henrietta Fetter, Barbara Spangler, Mildred Kreider, Mary Ellen Sheetz,
Jere Pearson, Gerald I-leberling.
Fourth Q: Ivan Hopkins, Walter Rittle, David Schell. Virginia Lebo, Dolores
Fortna, Carol Hollinger, Terry Shott, George Lessig.
This group is voluntary and the young singers are students from grades
seven and eight. Once a week they rehearse numbers for the spring concert.
Among their numbers are: "Deaf Old Woman, " "Pretty Skylark," "Lullaby
of the Christ Child. "
This organization has the good purpose of furthering interest in singing
and preparing students to become better members for the other choruses of
the school. Miss Kathryn Dech, with whom the members co-operate to make
their concert a success, is the directress.
Accompanist - David Schell
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First row, left to right: Kenneth Miller, Gerald Heberling. Kenneth Nelson,
Franklin Stoudt. Walter Rittle, Robert Andrews, Roy Schaeffer, Eldon Legay
Second row: Ronald Rittle, George Lessig, James Schaffer. Warren Heilrnan
Robert Hicks, Ronald Swonger, Rudolph Mareozzi, Charles Donley, Charles
Third row: Curtis Houtz, Thomas Nixon, Dino Marcozzi. Ronald Yeakiey,
Gerald Moyer, Larry Morris.
The Safety Patrol is a group of junior high school boys who accomplish
much good under the supervision of Mr. Mitchell.
They are very helpful inaiding the pupilsof the first grade aerossvarious
street crossings, We hope that the boys will keep up their fine work in pro-
tecting the younger children.
First row, left to right: Bonnie Wise, Lila Wise, Sally Ann Whitmoyer,
Jeanette Yiengst, Gerald Heberling, George Eisley, John Clay, William
Rittle, Robert Ziegler, Kathleen Forry, Shirley Rhoads, Elmo Wagner,
Richard Sholly, Gladys Bleistein, Joan Yeagley, Monroe Krall, Gene
Bucher, Marvin Weidner, Marie Stauffer, Patsy Umberger, Virginia
Haulman, Emily Kern, and Mary Kurr.
Second row: Marlene Garloff, Charles Miller, Nancy Honker, Terry Schott,
Ronald Seibert, Lee Smith, Donald Landis, Robert Kohl, Ronald Youse, Joel
Wiest, Shirley Andrews, and Betty Tobias.
Third row: Marian Tice, Della Long, Helen Houser, Carolyn Ressler, Betty
Layser, Grace Schaffer, Mary Ellen Frantz, and James Bollinger.
Fourth row: Millie Clay, Sara Lou Bennetch, Shirley Frantz, and Carolyn
Fifth row: Marilyn Heffelfinger, Arthur Mahaffey, Robert Albert, Jay Brown,
Clarence Richards, William Fencil, Helen Gass, Shirley Sholly, Jere Pearson
Donna Miller, Marilyn Schell, Leonard Schott, Thomas Lehman, and Mary Jo
The Senior Band, under the direction of Mr. Harold G. Yeagley, is
composed of junior and senior high school students, interested in instru-
mental work. The band participates in the annual Hallowe e n parades and
other parades of various celebrations. During the M ye r stow n Community
Fair they always present a short concert. They also pr ese nt an annual
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First row, gtg right: Sarah Bennetch, Delores Fortna, Delores Phillipy.
Mary Ellen Sheetz.
Second row: George Krall, John Tice, William Cox, Michael Honker, Martha
Brandt, Gerald Heberling, Robert Ziegler, George Lessig, Joel Zinn, John
Mentzer, Franklin Stoudt, Dale Achey, Lawrence Shenk, Stanley Achey.
Third Q: Barbara Ann Yost, Robert Hicks, Jere Pearson, David Hain, Sue
Zearfoss, Violet Houtz, Alice Horn, Susan Suhr, Kathleen Forry, Nancy
Fetter, Charles Miller, Gladys Bleistine, Raymond Wolfgang, Donald Landis,
Thomas Cox, Gene Bucher. Bernard Webber, Allen Bamberger, Edward Wolf
gang, Shirley Andrews, Sarah Bennetch, Richard Miller, Henrietta Fetter,
Fourth gay: Gay Seibert, Helen Gass, Betty Tobias, Janet Spitler, Marian
Tice, Terry Schott, Constance Yeagley, Nancy Honker, Virginia Lebo.
Last gc Luanne Werner, Curtis Houtz, Dale Fake, William Fencil, Shirley
Tobias, Gail Geib, David Schell, Shirley Sholly, James Schaffer, Robert Garl
Richard Schaeffer, Conrad Youse, Lester Phillipy, Carol Hollinger.
The Junior Band, under the direction of Mr. Harold G. Yeagley, is
composed of pupils from grades 7 to 9. The purpose of this organization is
to teach the fundamentals of playing instruments so that these young people may
later be advanced to the Senior Band. During the year the band has played for
the Halloween Parade, the Band Concert, the Dental Parade, and forother hill
Senior Library Club
Members of the Senior Library Club are: Jean Balthaser, Lucy Bam-
bergrer, Carol Bird, Iris Bricker, June Dohner, Joann Donley, Lois Dundore,
Kathleen Forry, Marlene Garloff, Betty Gass, Helen Gass, Jean Harding,
Shirley Heffley, Alice Horne, Joyce Keeney, Phyllis Kline, Patsy Koppen-
haver, Carolyn Lebo, Shirley Lessig, Virginia Haulman, Doris Mader,
Gwendolyn Miller, Shirley Muth, Marian O' Bryan, Elsie Peffley, Rebecca
Peiffer, Shirley Ranaldi, Carolyn Ressler, Grace Schaeffer, Lorraine
Schaeffer, Lucille Schell, Marilyn Schell, Stella Schnoke, Carolyn Schott,
Gay Seibert, Nancy Shanaman, Marie Stauffer, Evelyn Stecher, Patsy
Swanger, Patsy Umberger, Bonnie Wise, Lila Wise, Joann Yeagley, Barbara
Yost, Elmo Wagner, Gail Geib, Alma Shenk, Betty Tobias, Gladys Bleistein,
and Janet Shanaman.
Interest has been maintained to such a high point that it became neces-
saryto initiate a Junior Library Club. This new club has twenty-two members.
The fundamentals which must be learned by a prospective club member
include these duties: alphabetizing cards and books, repairing books, helping
fellow classmates to use the library, stamping books and magazines, writing
and delivering library notices, signing permits, making attractive displays for
new books, understanding the Dewey Decimal System, and being a good club
First gow, QQ Q right: Larry Zartman, Sally Ann Whitmoyer, Betty Schnoke
Clifford Zinn, Bonnie Ann Wise, Ronald Youse, Norma Wolfe, George
Second r-Q-xi: Virginia Haulman, Helen Gass, Robert Krick, Robert Houser,
George Eisley, Marlene Garloff, Mildred Clay, Robert Garloff.
Standing: Peggy Garloff, Helen Yiengst, Joel Zinn, George Eisenhower,
Darlene Brandt, Shirley Schwear, George Lessig.
The student council is the most important organization of the school
because it acts as a law-maker for the betterment of the school. The
twenty-three members are chosen from the homerooms to represent the
Members are responsible for setting dates for the various dances.
for securing entertainment for assembly programs throughout the year, and
for discussing problems relative to the school.
The assembly programs presented this year were: International ping-
pong players, Ambassador Quartet, Hand Bell Ringers, and Tommy Bleeker,
President - George Brightbill Secretary - Bonnie Ann Wise
Vice President - Larry Zartman Treasurer - George Eisley
The Boys' Chorus, under the direction of Miss Kathryn Dech, is com-
prised of boys from grades nine to twelve. They present a few selections at
the annual choral concert. Three of their numbers are: "Good News.
Chariot's Coming!" a negro spiritual, "Fifty Cents, " a humorous song by
George McKey, and "The Bells of St. Mary's" by A. Emmett Adams.
Accompanist - Janet Shanaman
Seated Q Q Right: Jay Brown, Lorraine Schaeffer, Robert Kohl, Joyce
I-Iimmelberger, Bonnie Wise, George Brightbill
Standing EQ to Right: Miss Esther M. Zug, Edgar Landis, Ronald Youse,
Lucy Bamberger, Patricia Swonger
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- - - - Robert Kohl
Theodore Ressler, Harold Swonger, Elwood Schnoke,
Mr. Steiner, Mr. Sherman, Mr. Lantz
Betty Gass, Lucille Schell, Jean Balthaser, Stella
Schnoke, Mrs. Lockart, Miss Dech, Miss Werner
Carolyn Schott, Miss Neal, Mrs. Lantz
Russell Heffelfinger, Miriam Firestine, Jean Himmel-
berger, Mr. Batdorf, Mr. Reed
Richard Sholly, Elmo Wagner, Helen Houser, Lois
Dundore, Miss Immel, Mr. Marquette, Miss Donough
Neal Hower, Dorothy Mattey, Miss Kopp, Mr. Daniels,
Shirley Frantz, Miss Dech
The Senior Class Play, "Hilarity House," under the direction of Miss
Esther Zug, was acclaimed a great success by the audience. The play was
held November 17 and 18, in the Myerstown High School.
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This gala affair sponsored annually by the Senior Tri-Hi-Y was held
Saturday, February 11, 1950. Steve Baer's orchestra provided delightful
music for both dancers and spectators.
Ronald Youse and Joyce Himmelberger were the attractive King and
Queen. Bonnie Wise was the Maid of Honor. Lorraine Schaeffer, Jean
Himmelberger, Mary Louise Miller, and Helen Houser were the Queen's
The adorable flower girls were Jeanne Haverstick and Susan McKnight,
who were dressed in white.
James Ebllng and James Bird were the attentive train bearers.
Twenty members of the Senior Trl-Hi-Y presented the Mlnuet.
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Kneeling. left to right: Patricia Swonger, Shirley Keeney. Bonnie Wise. Sally
Standing: Joyce Keeney. Mary .To Shaffer, Shirley Ranaldi, Lila Wise.
The eight Varsity and Junior Varsity cheerleaders are seen and heard
at every basketball game. Their purposes are to cheer the boys to victory
and to show them the crowd is rooting for them.
First row, left tp right: Herman Noll, Robert Kohl, Jay Brown, Ronald Youse
Larry Zartman, Kenneth Leffler, Gene Helms, Paul Hauer.
Second row. left to right: Donald Uhrich, Robert Maze, Richard Dohner, Jack
Bicher. Iryin Kreider, Frederick Shaak.
Third row. left to right: Thomas Lehman, Mgr. Elmo Wagner, Mgr. Leonard
Schott, James Bollinger, Neil Hoke.
The Myerstown Eleven had a very successful season with seven wins,
two losses. and three ties. The team will lose eight seniors, but with much
material in the lower grades, there will be many und er gr aduate s to take
Mr. Norman Daniels did a splendid job with the boys. All the students
and faculty of the school wish Mr. Daniels and the future teams the best of
luck and hope they will make us proud of them in the coming years.
Va r :sity Basketball
First Row: 'llhomns Donlc, Robert Kohl, Ronald iousff, Jay Brown, Herman Noll.
Second Row: lorry Zzirtmfm. Donald Uhrich. Richard Dohncrr, Frodoricla Shank.
Third Row: Elmo Wagner. Mgr.: Thomas Lohman. Mgr.
The M. H. S. Driblnlors had an on and off f4C'2iSOI'l. 'l'hc'1y :tnrtc-d out in slow fashion
by only winning 5 of their first 10 grlnios. Out of the lust 9 thoy won 7 and still had Ll
vlmnco :xt thc county flag.
Through graduation the team will lose 2? boys, all km mon. Under the direction
of Mr. Nlnrquotto and with some boys Coming up from Mr. Daniels' J. V's who had Ll
good season, wr should have Z1 top flight team in the Coming yoxuwe.
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First Row, left to right: Bonnie Wise, Lorraine Schaeffer, Mary Louise Miller,
Joyce Himmelberger, Captain: Pat Swonger, Shirley Keeney, Elsie Peffley.
Second Row: Joyce Keeney, Sally Whitmoyer, Mary Jo Shaffer, Dorothy Moyer,
Third Row: Grace Shaeffer, Scorekeeperg Mary Bollinger, Mgrg Joann Donley,
Coach Werner's protegees strove for the girls'Championship with Lebanon,
Annville, Heidelberg, and Bethel.
The girls were in second place last year losing their only games to the
This year the girls placed fourth. Serving as captain was Joyce Himmel-
berger, forward. Scoring honors for the team were taken by Joyce Hlmmelberg-
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