Muhlenberg High School - Muhltohi Yearbook (Laureldale, PA)

 - Class of 1940

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Robert Speidel Academic: Hall Patrol 125 Orchestra 10, 11, 125 Band 10, 11, 125 Little Theatre Club 125 Debating 11, 125 National Honor Society 125 Chorus 12. Dramatics, sports, and mu- sic were included in this stu- dious lad's extra-curricular program. Bob portrayed a leading role in the senior class play and was a member of the varsity debating team. After Speidel leaves Muh- lenberg he hopes to become either a chemical or electri- cal engineer. Roger Gallo Industrial: Baseball 10, 11. Roger is one of the athlet- ically inclined members of the class as sports constitute the major part of this tall, dark-haired lad's activities. i'Roge" rates baseball and basketball as tops in this field. "Roge'l is undecided as to what he intends to do after graduation. The class wishes you success and happiness, Roger. Charles Speth Academic: Orchestra 10, 11, 125 Debating 11, 125 Swimming 10, 11, 125 Little Theatre Club 12, Chorus 12. Charles is one of the more talkative boys of the class and he rates working at a sporting goods store in Read- ing as his favorite pastime. "Spethie" has served on the varsity debating team for the past two years and is al- ways ready to start a debate on any subject one can men- tion. ln the future Charlie hopes to take up business adminis- tration. Howard Irwin Academic: Orchestra 10, 11, 125 Band 10, 11, 125 Chorus 125 Hall Patrol 125 Table Tennis Club 12. Howard played a saxa- phone in the high school or- chestra for four and one-half years. Experimenting and model building are two things he indulges in during his spare time. Another favorite pas- time of his is eating ice cream sodas. As to the future lrwin's one ambition is to get into the aviation field. William Selin Academic: Hydroponics Club 12. Billy is one of the more quiet members of the class. Building model airplanes and driving a car are his favorite pastimes, while mathematics is his best-liked subject. Selin is not certain of what he will do in the future, but he is very much interested in aviation. Success to you, B-ill! John Hall Industrial. If you see a quiet, light curly-haired, hazel-eyed lit- tle fellow roaming around the school with a group of senior boys, it is Jack. When "Coke" is not study- ing he can be found fooling around or tearing apart au- tomobiles. One of his favor- ite expressions is "Heck." In the future Jackie's am- bition is to get a job, prefer- ably at a steel mill. Raymond Jones Industrial. Raymond is a small dark- haired, dark-eyed lad who takes great interest in travel- ing, after having traveled through several of the south- ern and western states. Ray's favorite subject is mechanical drawing and his hobby is stamp collecting. Raymond's ambition is to go to Texas and work in the oil fields. May luck and good fortune attend you as you go on your way. Edwin Wummer Academic: Basketball 125 Athletic Club 12. Eddie was one of the guards on the varsity basket- ball team during his senior year. He also participated in Various other sports of which he chooses baseball as his favorite. Wummer is a Sportsman and enjoys hunting and fish- ing. Edwin is undecided what to take up after graduation, but the class hopes he will prosper in the future.

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Albert Grim Commercial: Ghorus,12: 0. G. A. club 12. Albert is one of the more quiet members of the class. He enjoys most sports but prefers baseball, fishing, hik- ing, bicycling, or a good game of marbles. Grimmy's favorite subject is office practice. He was secretary to W. B. Johnson, metal shop teacher, and wishes to secure a sec- retarial position after gradu- ation. May luck be your best companion as you go on your way. Clifford Ebersole General: Art Club 125 Chorus 12. Cliff is one of the taller members of the senior class. He reaches to a height of 6 feet 1 inch. His favorite pastimes are playing cards and horseback riding. Cliff rates swimming tops in sports. After graduation Cliff ex- pects to work for his father, dredging coal from the Schuylkill River. Class of '40 wishes you success. Thomas Stoudt Academic: Hunting and Fishing Club 12. Tom is very fond of out- door life and spends his sparetime hunting and fish- ing. He also enjoys playing baseball and softball. Chemistry is this lads fav- orite subject. Stoudt has made no defin- ite plans for the future. The class, however, wishes him the best of luck. Robert S. Beadle Industrial. Robert's main interest lies in the field of aviation. If he cannot get a job after grad- uation he would like to join the United States Army Air Corps. Dancing rates tops with 'lBug" and consumes most of his leisure time. May success and happiness come your way, Robert. J.. William Geisler Commercial: Table Tennis Club 12: Hall Patrol-12: Observer 12: Chorus 12. Will likes to collect stamps, used envelopes. and match book covers in his spare time. After school hours he works in a garage at Temple. During his senior year Will served as circulation mana- ger for the Observer and secretary to K. H. Schmehl, mathematics teacher. After graduation Wi1liam's ambition is to own and oper- ate a garage and gas station of his own. Philemon B. Kurzweg Academic: Orchestra 125 Band 11, 125 Soccer 10, 11, 12: Chorus 129 Hall Patrol 12. Playing drums and listen- ing to the radio occupy much of Phil's spare time, while gym, history and mathematics are his best lik- ed subjects. "Coach" hopes to enter a college to study physical ed- ucation or music composi- tion. ln case Kurzy doesn't go to college he would like to play in some orchestra. Here's hoping you make a good score in whatever you follow, Phil. Joseph Rea Academic: Little Theatre Club 12: Hall Patrol 12. "l'm not in love with any subject" is Joe's confession about his school work. Al- though he reaches into the atmosphere only 5 feet 415 inches Rea possesses a fine physique and rates boxing as his hobby, but finds it difiicult to get atrecipient for his "sleeping powder" right. After obtaining his release from Muhlenberg Joe wants to join the navy and see the world. Bon Voyage! , Harold J. Moyer General. Harold is a quiet member of the senior class. t'Chief", as he is known to his friends, is a fire-fighting fan and goes to most of the local fires, if he is not in school. "Chief,' is fond of playing cards and enjoys going to see hockey and football games. After graduation Harold would like to get a job 'as a chauffeur. Good luck, Har- old!



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Edwin T. Biehl Academic: Soccer 10, 11, 125 Hall Patrol 125 National Honor Society 125 Chorus 125 Little Theatre Club 12. "Moose'! played fullback on the Muhlenberg soccer team and also on the Muh- lenberg Junior Eastern Penn- sylvania Championship squad. He putters around in track a bit, too. Eddie piloted the class of '40 during his senior year. After commencement day Biehl hopes to continue his education in a local college, probably Albright. Good luck, Eddie! Richard Westervelt Industrial: Athletic Club 12. Richard rates dashing around with his pals and all types of sports as his favor- ite pastimes, and metal shop and physical education as his best-liked subjects. For the past few summers Dick worked as a helper on a coal truck, but after complet- ing his high school course he intends to seek employment at the Carpenter Steel Com- pany. May success accompany you, Dick! Arlington Zellers lntlustrial: Hunting and Fishing Club 12. Meet Jitterbug Zellers! t'Arlie" enjoys dancing al- most as well as he enjoys boating, another of his pas- times. Zellers rates hunting and Hshing high. He returned home from Lycoming County with a seven point buck during the hunting season. In the future he hopes to become a salesman. Here's hoping you reach your goal, "Arlie!" Eugene Reed Industrial. "Strumming the banjo and slapping the bassl' are the favorite pastimes of this blue-eyed boy of the 12C home room who is a member of the 'tLone Star Cowgirls and Cowboys." "Jeep," who hails from Al- sace Hill, rates mechanical drawing tops. After graduation Eugene would like to Work in an airplane factory as a mechan- ic. The class wishes you suc- cess! ,..... ..-.-..1.- . .,,. ,.... Arthur Rothenberger c0WlI'YlBl'CialI Soccer 10, 11, 122 Basketball 11, 125 Baseball 11. If you meet a dark-haired blue-eyed senior who likes to swim and play basketball, loves to eat ice cream, is 5 feet 11 inches tall, and is popular with the opposite sex you may be sure it is "Hun." 'tArt', is one of the more versatile athletes having earned letters in basketball, soccer and baseball. After graduation "Hun" plans to Work in a steel mill or join the navy. Richard Fehr Commercial: Hall Patrol 125 Track 11, 12. Attaining an office position is the main ambition of this lad. During the past year he served as captain of the third floor hall patrol. Richard was on the track team for the past three years. In the field of sports, hockey rates tops with him. 'Good luck, Richard! The class wishes you success. Herbert Walborn Commercial: Basketball 125 Soccer 125 Hall Patrol 125 Track 11. This curly-haired lad can usually be seen driving a Dodge in or around Temple because of a certain attrac- tion there. "Hubie", who was presi- dent of the class in eleventh grade, is interested in sports. During his pastime 'Herb enjoys listening to some of the popular jazz bands. Herbert Wants to learn to fly an airplane after gradu- ation. Norman Christ Commercial: 0. G. A. Club 125 Hall Patrol 12. Driving a car is this quiet 12B lad's hobby. He also likes to eat ice cream. "Scribe" enjoys such sports as basketball, skating and baseball, and rates shorthand as his favorite subject. Norman was secretary to Miss E. I. Gehris, art teach- er, during his senior year. As to the future he is undecided, but nevertheless the class wishes him well.

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