Fleetwood High School - Tiger Tale Yearbook (Fleetwood, PA)
- Class of 1956
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FIRST VERSE SECOND VERSE
School ties can ne'er be broken, When our school days are over,
Formed at Fleetwood High And our ways shall part
Far surpassing wealth unspoken, Still in thee we'1l be united,
They'l1 forever be. Still be one in heart.
Fleetwood High School
hail to thee,
Thou hast been kind to us,
Ever shall we cherish for thee
Thoughts of love and trust.
We the senior class of 1956 wish to dedicate THE TIGER TALE to our high school faculty for the years
of service they rendered to us as underclassmen, for their patience and understanding with us as individuals,
and for their loyal support in our many school activities and social affairs.
We sincerely hope that this book will be a lasting memento of our appreciation to those who have
helped us along life's pathway and have given us encouragement when we needed it most.
The preparation of every yearbook requires hours
of plannmg and hard work Mr Robert Haag has
grven generously of hrs nme to ard us wrth thrs plan
mug and work It rs w1r.h srncere apprecratron for hrs
effort that we d drcate th1s page of the Trger Tale
Seated left to right Mr W L James Supervising Principal Mr Jay Barto Rev J Paul Kehm Mr Wilson
Cramer Mr George Schuler Mr Sammuel Sehl Mr Paul Edelman Standing Mr Raymond Deisher Mr
Rea Weisner Mr Neven Dries Mr Philip Hoch Mr John Mengel Mr Herbert Erb Mr Charles Mertz Mr
Edwin Kutz Mr Myers Balthaser Mr William Ebert Mr Wilson Reiser Absent
OFFICERS OF FLEETWOOD JOINT JUNIOR SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL BOARD
President MR GEORGE SCHULER
Vice President MR JAY BARTO
Secretary REV J PAUL KEHM
Treasurer MR SAMMUEL SEHL
Solicitor MR PAUL EDELMAN
You are at one of the greatest milestones in your young lives, that of graduating from High School
You have reached this milestone thru honest effort hard work and fair play These are all attributes of the
successful man, where success is not measured by abundance of material wealth. May you carry these qualities
with you in all of your after school life realizing that for the first time your future is now your responsibility,
Mr. George W. Schuler, President
Joint School Board
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MISS KE LC HNER
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To the Class of 1956 Congratulauonsl
Whenever Iam asked to wnte thrs message I have feelrng of both joy and sorrow
I amjoyful over the fact that you have completed your formal publrc school educauon and are ready to move
out mto socrety Many of you for the frrst ume wrll be enurely responsrble for your own success I am a b1t sor
rowful because I realxze that the fellowshlp we shared durrnb your hrbh school days w1ll be severed
I know when I say these thmgs I am spealuug not only for myself but for many of your faculty We have med
to prepare you to enter SOCICIY as worthwhlle and contrrbuung cruzens May the few prrnclples of rlght hvrng
whrch we have brought to you have Lherr carry over rn your after school hfe
Remember that your school does not forget you when you leave II If we can be of servrce to you at any
mme, the door to the offrce rs always open
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MRS, LORENA CARLSON MRS, RUTH ADAMS MRS. ESTHER RABENA
MRS. FRANCIS FEGELY MISS ESTHER SCHLEGEL
MRS. MARGUERITE CHAMBERLIN MRS. MAUDE STOUDT
MR. RALPH KIEFFER
Muhlenburg, A.B., Columbia University, M.A. ,
Vanderbilt, Middleburg University, University of
Pennsylvaniag German, Latin, French, Tennis Coach,
Freshman Class Advisor.
MR. RICHARD LOCKE
Bloomsburg State Teachers' College, B.S., Temple
Universityg Shorthand, Typing, Bookkeeping,
Secretarial Office Practice: School Treasurer, Junior
MR. RICHARD SCHWARTZ
Bloomsburg State Teachers' College, B.S., Penn
State Universityg Typing, Shorthand, Commercial
Law, Business English: Advisor of Red and White,
Student Council, and Senior Class.
MISS KATHRYN MILLER
Kutztown State Teachers' College, B.S.: English,
Readingg Advisor of Red and White, National Honor
Society, and Seventh Grade.
MR. ROBERT HAAG
Kutztown State Teachers' College, B.S. , Muhlenburg
College, Bucknell Universityg Englishg Dramatic Club,
Advisor of Yearbook and Junior Class.
MR. WILLIAM WENTZEL
Schuykill Seminary, Franklin and Marshall, B. S.,
Columbia University, M.A.g General Science,
Biology, Chemistry, Physics, and Sophomore Class
MR. ARTHUR HECKMAN
MR. PAUL KERCHER
Kutztown State Teachers' College, B.S.g Geography,
Algebra, Plane Geometry, Solid Geometry, Trigono-
metry, JV Basketball Coach, Advisor of Junior Hi-Y
and Freshman Class.
MR. JOHN STENGELE
Moravian College, B. S. , Temple University, Kutz-
town State Teachers' Collegeg Mathematics, Algebra,
Advisor of Hi-Y and Sophomore Class.
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East Stroudsburg State Teachers' College, B.S.,
University of Pennsylvaniag History, Social Studies,
Director of Athletic Association, Senior Class Advisor.
MR. FRANK DANIELS
Kutztown State Teachers' College, B.S., Temple
University, Social Studies, Driver Training, Junior
High History, General Science, Automotive Club,
Class Plays, Eighth Grade Advisor.
MRS JEAN HANLEY
Kutztown State Teachers College B S Librarian
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MR. DAVID MELL
Kutztown State Teachers' College, B.S.g Fine Arts.
MR. RICHARD MENGLE
Penn State University, B.S.g Industrial Arts.
MRS. JANE YODER
East Stroudsburg State Teachers' College, B.S, ,
Kutztown State Teachers' College, Lehigh University,
Health, General Science, Physical Education,
Freshman Class Advisor.
MR. RICHARD POSTETTER
East Stroudsburg State Teachers' College, B.S,:
Physical Education, Health, General Science, Soccer
Coach Freshman Class Advisor
MRS. IOANN LANDIS
Albright College, B. S. , Kutztown State Teachers'
College: Home Economics, Y-Teen Advisor.
MRS . MA RGUERITE FREY
Kutztown State Teachers' College, B.S, , University
of Pennsylvania, Lebanon Valley, Elementary and
Junior High School Music, Junior Chorus.
MR. CURVOUS ST AUFFER
West Chester State Teachers', B. S.: Senior Chorus,
Junior and Senior Band. I5
MRS, DOROTHY M. KISSINGER
Oral Hygiene Department, School of Den-
tistry, University of Pennsylvania, Albright
MRS. EDYTHE YODER
Albright Collegeg Allentown General
Hospital, Lebanon Valley, University of
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MR. THOMAS KLOPP
Bloomsburg State Teachers
B, S, , Bucknell University,
MR. IRWIN KLINE
MR LLOYD F KLINE
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NANCY ZETTLEMOYER DAVID DOHNER
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LUCILLE MAY ADAMS
Ambition - Secretary
Lucy is a laughing lass whose
favorite subject is shorthand. Comes
Sunday morning, you can see her
playing the organ at church.
Typing Club 1, 2, President 2:
Chorus 2, 3, 4: Library Club 3:
Press Club 4g Yearbook Staff 4.
RONALD W . ARNOLD
Ambition - Coach
Ronnie puts his athletic ability
to use in his spare time. He is
often seen with a blue duffelbag
that contains his equipment.
Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 45
Baseball 1,2, 3,4g IV Basketball
1: Varsity Basketball 2, 3,4, Co-
Captain 4g Science Club 1: Bowling
Club 2, 3, 4.
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DOROTHY RUTH BECKER
Ambition - Secretary
She is one of the "222 Gang"
who has a pleasant smile for every-
one. Dancing is her favorite pastime
Typing Club 1: Gym Club 2:
Library Club 3: Photography Club 4:
Chorus 2, 3, 4.
.TAY CLARENCE BECKER
Ambition - Mechanic
Although small, Jay is one of
our mighty baseball players. He
can usually be seen driving a
Science Club 1: Gym Club 1, 2, 3,
4: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4.
IUDITH KAY BECKER
Ambition - Home Economics
Iudy's mind is usually slow to
"catch on" to a joke, but in her
academic studies she excells.
Library Club 1: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4:
Chorus 2, 3, 4: Band 2, 3, 4: Press
Club 2, 3, 4: Class Vice President
2: National Honor Society 3,4:
Yearbook staff 4: Class Play 3:
Basketball Manager 2: GIAA 4.
CA RL ROBERT BOSSLER
Ambition - Store Manager
Carl is well on the way to his
future ambition. He is a very
dependable worker at the "222.
Gym Club 2, 3, 4: Baseball 1, 4:
Science Club 1.
KENNETH GENE BURKERT
Ambition - Golfer
"Whitey" is the future Ben Ho
gan of Fleetwood. He's also the
"off-duty" cop who signs his name
1.1, on the red parking tickets he
places on parked cars.
Gym Club 2, 3, Press Club 4, Golf
Team 3, 4g Class Play 3, Basketball
Manager 3, 49 Bowling 4.
E. Robmsy BURKERT
Ambition - Undecided
"Rock" is a tall, lanky lad
whose height is of great value to
our basketball team. If you should
spy a two-tone blue Ford coming
down Washington Street, you can be
sure "Rock" is at the wheel,
Soccer 1, 2.4: I. V. Basketball 2,
Varsity Basketball 3, 4g Science
Club lg Bowling 2, 3, 4.
CHARLES EMERSON DERR
Ambition - Game Warden
"Junie" is a great, outdoor
sportsman whose specialties are
hunting and fishing. His hobby is
Skull Club lg Science Club 2,
Automotive Club 3, 4, Vice President
DELMAR EUGENE DIEHL
Ambition - Mechanic
Although small, "Diehly" plays
a very important part on our tennis
team. He is an enthusiastic fan of
all the school sports.
Gym Club 1, 2, 35 Bowling Club 4,
Tennis Team 3, 4.
DAVID EDMUND DOHNER
Ambition - West Point
Most of Dave's spare time is
spent preparing art work for school
activities. He is often seen whizz-
ing by in a "hot" Packard,
Gym Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Press Club 3, 4,
J. V. Basketball 2, Tennis Team 3, 4,
Class Vice President 3,45 Class Play
3, Student Council 3, 4, Treasurer
LYNN LAWERENCE EMERICK
Ambition - Undecided
Lynn is a quiet fellow who hails
from Walnuttown. He never com-
plains about anything and is very
easy to please.
Science Club 1, 2,3, 4, Vice Pres-
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PHYLLIS MARIE FICK
Ambition - Medical Secretary
"Ficky" is a very capable Y-Teen
officer who can be seen busily en-
gaged in her duties as president.
Class Secretary 1: Typing Club 15
Chorus 2, 3, 4: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4,
President 4: Class Play 3g Student
Council 3, 4.
JAMES R. GOTTSCHALK
Ambition - Electrical Engineer
Jim is the latest addition to our
class, and one who participates in
the many school activities. Elec-
tronics is the key word to Jim's
Chorus 4g Bowling Club 4.
GEORGE CLAYTON GUNDRUM
Ambition - Cadet
George has inspired and led us
through our senior year as class
president. He is an outstanding
Class President 3, 4g Band 1, 2, 3, 4
Science Club 1: National Honor
Society 3,45 Student Council 2.
RICHARD CARL H.-wm.roN
Ambition - Sports Writer
He is an enthusiastic fan of the
Yankee Baseball Club. He will
always argue to the end on any topic.
Baseball 2, 3, 4: IV Basketball 1, 2:
Class Play 3g Bowling Club 2, 3, 43
Yearbook Staff 4g Varsity Manager
DIANNA MAY HENRY
Ambition - Housewife
Dianna is a short, senior miss who
was the first to receive a diamond.
Dianna enjoys sewing and cooking.
Typing Club 1: Chess and Checkers
Club 2: Press Club 3: Chorus 2, 4:
Y-Teens 1, 2.
IANICE MARIE KAYS
Ambition - Secretary
Janice is one of the ambitious
girls who spend her after-school
hours working at Levan - Gehrke's.
Cabbage and turnips are among the
foods she considers least appetizing.
Home Economics 1: Secretary 1g
Y-Teens 1, 23 Chess and Checkers Club
3: Chorus 3s Library Club 4, President
BARBARA ANN KERSHNER
Ambition - Medical Secretary
Beware! Here comes a grey
Chevy down the street. Oh, it's
only Barbara! She is very skillful
behind the wheel as well as in her
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4
Chorus 2, 3, 4g Typing Club 1, Class
President 1, 25 Yearbook Staff 4g
Class Play 3.
DONALD H. KLINE
Ambition - Coach
"Cap" is one of the better ath-
letes of the class. His spare time
is spent improving these talents.
Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 45
J. V. Basketball lp Varsity Basket-
ball 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, Base-
ball 2, 3,4-g Class Play 3: Library
Club lg Bowling Club 2, 3, 4.
CHARLES L. KOPFER
Ambition - Farming
Charlie's dependable taxi ser-
vice certainly comes in handy to a
great many of the seniors. One of
Char1ie's favorite hobbies is duck
Science Club 25 Chess and Checkers
Club 33 Automotive Club 4.
DEAN WILLIAM KRINER
Ambition - Television
Dean's prides are his green Ford
and photography. He spends all of
his evening hours working at "Wa11y's. "
Hobby Club 1, 2g Science Club 35
Stage Crew 3, 4g Yearbook Staff 4.
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BETTY T. KUNKLEMAN
Ambition - Nurse
This peppy miss can be found
at Mount Pleasant on a Saturday
evening participating in the square
dances. Betty is right in step in
marching as well as in other school
Home Economics Club 1g Y-Teens
2, 3, 4g Chorus 2, 3,45 Band 4g Press
Club 3, 4.
ROGER A, LEASE
Ambition - Mechanic
Roger has a great interest in
hot rods. He is a quiet lad who
spends most of his time at No1l's
Science Club 2g Automotive Club 3
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BARRY LEE MANWILLER
Ambition - Public Accountant
In his leisure time, Barry oc-
cupies himself with reading. He is
very industrious as he participates
in commercial as well as academic
Chorus 3g Chess and Checkers Club
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J HAYWARD S TEWART MELVILLE
Ambition - Electronics
"Dew" is a terrific Indian
dancer and active boy scout. He
also does a fine job of leading the
Student Council as its president.
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Science 1, President 2, 3, 4, Stu-
dent Council 3, 4, President 4g
Stage Crew 3.
RICHARD L. MILLER
Ambition - Auto Mechanic
"Dicky, " who hails from Virgin-
ville, is the class stimulus and is
known for his jazzy piano playing.
Dicky's hobby is hunting.
Class Vice President lg Baseball 1, 2g
J.V. Basketball 2g Varsity Basketball
3, 45 Science Club 1g Bowling Club
4g Class Play 3g Red and White Staff
4g Gym Club 2.
ROBERT J, MILLH2
Ambition - Air Force
"Red" is appropriately named
and is easily noticed by his red hair.
He can often be seen driving his
dad's blue Ford.
J. V. Basketball 1, 25 Varsity Basket-
ball 3, 45 Science Club 25 Bowling
2, 3, 4.
CHARLES NATHAN MOHN
Ambition - Engineer
Charlie is quite experienced at
handling money. Al through high
school he has been our reliable
Class Treasurer 1, 2, 3, 45 Tennis 1,
2: J. V. Basketball 1, 25 Varsity
Basketball 3, 45 Baseball 3, 45 Soccer
45 Skull Club 15 Chess and Checkers
25 Bowling 35 Senior Hi-Y 45 Year-
book Staff 4.
LARRY L. MOYER
Ambition - Salesman
Larry dislikes any other home-
work except business law. Larry
enjoys working on his dad's produce
truck. He is a great baseball and
Science 1, Secretary and Treasurer
2, Vice President 3, 45 Student Conn
IANICE MAE NOLL
Ambition - Nurse
Did you see a flash of yellow go
down the hall? It was probably
"Noodle" scurrying to class.
Yearbook Staff 4, Student Council
3g Home Economics 1: Press Club
2, 3, 4: Chorus 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 1,
2, 3, 4g Hockey Team 1,2, 3g Basket-
ball 1,2: GIAA 1, Vice President
35 Band 1, 2, 3, 4.
PATRICIA ANN OSWALD
Ambition - Executive Secretary
A very active senior lass who is
the capable editor of the yearbook
staff. Patty can usually be seen
bustling in and out of class rooms.
Yearbook Editor 4g Student Council
1: Band 1,2, 3, 4: Library Club 13
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4: Hockey Team
1, 2, 3: Basketball 1: GIAA 1: Class
JANET MARIE PHILLIPS
Ambition - Undecided
Janet is one of our commercial
students and has suddenly taken a
great interest in shorthand classes.
Home Economics Club 1: Chess and
Checkers Club 2, 3g Photography
Club 4: Chorus 2.
JOAN ELIZABETH REED
Ambition - Attomey's Secretary
"Joni" is the talented art editor
of our yearbook. Aside from her art
work she is a great lover of dogs.
Yearbook Staff 43 Press Club 3, 4:
Typing 1: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4: Chorus
2, 3, 4.
RONALD LEE RHOADS
Ambition - Pet Shop Proprietor
Ronnie has many favorite pastimes
which include skating and music.
However, the one he enjoys most is
working with his pets.
Typing 1, 2: Chorus 3g Chess and
Checkers Club 3g Dramatic Club 4.
ARLENE M. RISSMILLER
Ambition - Factory Worker
A girl with whom it is very easy
to get along. "Rissy" has a great
liking for homemaking, but dislikes
Home Economics 1: Typing Club 23
Press Club 4: Photography Club 4.
CHARLES S. SCHAEFFER
Ambition - Coast Guards
Charlie's most outstanding
characteristic is his curly hair. His
spare time is spent tinkering with
Gym 1: Automotive 3, 4, President
4g Science Club 2.
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JULIA MA RIE SCHAEFFER
Ambition - Elementary Teacher
Julia is sure to make a good teacher
because of her patience and under-
standing. Her favorite subject is
" Deutschl' "
Home Economics 1, 23 Gym 3: Chorus
2, 3, 4: Photography Club 4.
MA RY LOUISE SCHLEGEL
Ambition - Phamiacist
If you need pink pills for your
ailments in the future, Mary Louise
will be able to fill your prescription
Home Economics 1g Band 1, 2, 3, 4:
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4: Chorus 2, 3, 4:
Press Club 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2.
M. IEANETTE SNYDER
Ambition - Secretary
"Nettie" has two things in common
her gray streak of hair and the gray
streak of the butcher truck as it goes
whizzing down the street.
Typing Club 1: Chorus 2, 3, 4: Y-
Teens 2, 3,41 Press Club 3, 4: GIAA
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LEE F. STITZEL
Ambition - Navy
Lee's favorite dish is fried chicken
and his spare time is enjoyably
spent hunting and working on the
Automotive Club 3, 45 Red and White
DARLENE E. WEHR
Ambition - Wacs
One of our busy academic students
is Darlene, who is also a great fan
of the auctions. She can often be
seen driving her car to school early
in the morning.
Typing Club lg Home Economics
2g Secretary 2: Gym Club 3g Chorus
3, 4: Photography Club 4.
LOLITA ANN YAEGER
KATHRYN S WEIDENHAMMER
Ambition Stenographer Ambition Secretary
Toppy is known especially for
her ability to tickle the ivories
She serves the school in the music
field as she plays the piano for
Leda has a great many abilities
and applies them to her commercial
studies enthusiastically Leda enjoys
spending her Wednesday evenings
chorus at the Leesport auction
Home Economics 13 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Home Economics 1, 2, President 2g
43 Chorus 2, 3, 4: Press Club 3,4g National Honor Society 3, 4g Press
Class Play 3: Basketball 1: Band 4. Club 3, 45 Chorus 4.
CINDA CLA UDETTE YODER
A rnbition - Novelist
Cindy likes to imitate singers
and greatly values her record
collection. She also has a great
interest in dramatics.
Y-Teens 3, 4g Chorus 3, 4, Dramatic
PATRICIA ANN YOUNG
Ambition - Medical Secretary
Aside from being co-editor of
the Yearbook, Patsy is one of the
classes' working girls. Most of her
spare time is spent working at her
Yearbook Staff 4, Co-Editor 4:
Band 1, 2, 3, 4g Chorus 2, 3, 4: Y-
Teens 1, 2, 3,45 Typing Club 1:
Class Play 3, Hockey 3g Basketball
1, 2: Press Club 3,4.
NANCY ANN ZETTLEMOYER
Ambition - Beautician
Nancy is' kept quite busy in her
senior year, as she is serving as the
class secretary. Besides her school
activities, Nancy is a pert waitress
at the "222. "
Typing Club 1, 2g Gym 3, Chorus
2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 3, 4, Class Secretar
2, 3, 4: Press Club 4.
E Rodney Burkert
Mary Lourse Schlegel
French Frred Shrrmp
Chrle Con Came
Chrcken Pot Pre
Chrle con carne
Hrs work at 222
To play golf
H111 brlly musrc
Barry Maflwillel' Lobster Tail Reading
NO TED FOR
Pl ying organ
Catching on to Jokes? PP
Working at the Acme
Y Teen President
Being late for school
Sharp green car
Sense of humor
I-Irs low voice
At the 222 Food Market
Driving a green truck
With the gang
At 222 Food Market
Driving to school
With the fellows
At the Gulf Gas Statxon
Chaufferrng kids to school
At the Blue Room
Driving a green Dodge
At 222 Food Market
At Levan Gerhke
Wresthng w1th Puddy
Working at Wally s
Driving in his yellow Chevrolet
Doing Student Council work
At the Greasy
In a Dodge
On Huckster route
With the gang
At Levan Gerhke
At the aucuon
On the farm
Sympathrzing with others
At the market
Working on Red and White
At the auction
At the Hotel
At the auction
Around the house
With the klds
At 222 Food Market
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Writing letters Driving a grey Chevy
MARY LOUISE SCHLEGEL
M JEANETTE SNYDER
Long mormng walks to Helen Spayd
Slenderness to Wrlham Klrne
Freckles to Mary Ann Schlegel
Drvrng skrll to another swrmmer
Sewrng abrlrty to Faye Hertzog
Wrlhngness to work at 222 to Rodney Beard
Golfrng abrlrty to George Mayer
Tallness to Arlan Conrad
Bookkeeprng abrhty to a Junror class whrz
Red harr to another blond
Art work to Grace Schmrd
Quretness to Kenny Snyder
Y Teen questrons to next year s presrdent
Physrque to Cralg Bossler
Troubles to next year s semor class presrdent
Yankee rootrng to Donald Gardner
Dramond rrng to someone else rn love
Body coordrnatron to Sandy Stoudt
Love letters to Donna Prrce
Flat top to Larry Hoch
Huntrng abrlrty to Donald Heffner
Photography skrll to Nelson Wrsser
Dancrng steps to Artena Yenser
Manners to Donald Grammes
Indran dancrng to Arthur Murray
Wrse remarks to Janrce Helter
Blue eyes to Barbara Keller
Countrng money to another treasurer
Shortness to Arlan Burkert
Hot roddrng to Barbara Rentschler
Responsrbrhtres to next year s Yearbook Edrtor
Energetrc power to some lazy folks
Nightly prn ups to Deanna Zerbe
Taxr servrce to Roger Anderson
Frrendlrness to many people
Curly halr to Leshe Sawyer
German marks to the future German II students
Farm work to some ambmous lad
Twrrhng abrlrty to a new majorette
Gray streak of harr to Janrce Krntz
Troubles to next year s Red and Whrte Edrtor
Pranrst abrlrty to Donna Dunkelberger
Natural wavy harr to Malcolm Hoyer
Her commercral abrlrtres to any commercral student
Dramatrc abrhty to Patrrcra Howard
Femrnrne charm to Barbara Eastland
ROGER LEASE Mechanical ability to Daniel Christ.
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F1rst row Janet Althouse Roger Anderson Rodney Beard Craxg Bossler Arlan
Burkett Second row Dan1elChr1st Arlan Conrad Larry Emerlch Margaret
Fegely Donald Gardner Thrrd row Sandra Gortfned Jerry Gottschalk Donald
Grammes Donald Heffner Monroe Heffner Fourth row Iamce Hreter, John
Hoch Larry Hoch Mary lane Kexm Janrce Krntz Frfth row W1ll1am Klrne
Joanne Krrner, Nancy Krumanocker, Ela1ne Mae Kutz Rrchard LaFaver
Slxth row Thomas Lenhart, Thomas Brown, absent.
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Mertz Beverly Moyer Sandra Moyer Nancy Ph1ll1ps Thrrd row
Donna Pnce Patr1c1a Pnce Wrlson Reeser, Sandra Re1mert Barbara
Rentschler Fourth row Joan Schlegel Mary Ann Schlegel Grace
Schmld Loulse Slevers Kenneth Snyder Fxfth row Helen Spayd
Sandra Stoudt Ethan Werdner Patu Wrlllams, Nelson Wrsser Srxth
row Artena Yenser Deanna Zerbe
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R Nerder Second row M Noll P Orlando, R Peters M
Pll1ll1PS E Prersol Thrrd row R Rarrck E Reed C
R1ssm1l1er M Sanders R. Santangelo Fourth row L Sawyer
J. Schaeffer, B. Schollenberger, C. Taney, B. Wahl. Flfth
row' M. Wemer, E. W1l11ams, C. Wrnk, D. Woodlmg, M.
Yerger. Srxth row- B. Zettlemoyer, R. Zettlemoyer. Absent
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Flrst row left to rrght Jensen Adams Larr
Barrell Second row Glorra Brumbach Paul Burgert, Mary Ann Camrllr Dale Conrad Edna Conrad Jon Con
stern Thud row Lmda Davls, Susanne Dasher, Ronald Delp, Frank De Llllo Ralph Dretrrch Donna Dunk l
berger Fourth row Delbert Ernench, Eleanor Emote Jean Eptmg Jane Folk Joan Folk, Flfth row Joan
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ona auser Kenneth Henry L1ndaHerbe1n, Joan Hoch Marlene Hoffman S1xth row Pam
Howard Lorrarne Huyett, Dallas Keller Robert Keller Claude Khne Dolores Koller Seventh row Rrchard
Koller Joan Kramer Absent from pzcture Ray B11ger Robert Folk
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First row, left to right: Henry Krumanocker, Leslie Kurtz, Dennis LaFaver, Mary Ann La Faver, Marion Long,
Roy Madenford. Second row: Mary Melville, Joanna Miller, Joanne Miller, Helen Moatz, Larry O'Neil, Bar-
bara Phillips. Third row: Deanna Phillips, June Phillips, Albert Rauch, Warren Rauenzahn, Kathleen Reifinger,
Robert Reitenauer, Lillian Rissmiller. Fourth row: Joy Schaeffer, Nancy Schaeffer, Darlene Scheidt, Geraldine
Schlegel, Rodney Schlottman, Robert Schnabel. Fifth row: Joan Seaman, Daniel Seidel, Anna Mae Seyler,
Wellington Strause, Ronald Stump, Carolyn Trexler. Sixth row: Carol Wagenhurst, Trula Wagner, Joyce Wahl,
Vivian Wahl, Darrel Wentzel, Mary Ann Wilson. Seventh row: Emma Yob, Barbara Young. Absent from pic-
ture: Donald McKay, Eli Weaver.
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Seated, left to right: Hayward Melville, Donald Gardner, Margaret Weber, David Dohner, Sandra Stoudt, Patricia
Williams, Mr. Richard Schwartz, Advisor. First row, standing: Arthandria Yenser, Diane Conrad, Barbara Wahl,
Suzanne Dasher, Dorothy Moyer, Phyllis Fick, Linda Weaver, Mary Ann Camilli, Joan Seaman, Margaret Fegeley.
Second row: Richard Peters, Kenneth Schlegel, Stewart Heilman, Norman Gundrum, Jon Constein, Russell Neider,
Darrel Wentzel, Larry Moyer, Kenneth Meals.
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Seated, left to right: Miss Kathryn Miller, Advisor, Lolita Yeager, Margaret Fegely, Sandra Stoudt, Janice Kintz
Standing: Patricia Williams, Thomas Lenhart, Judith Becker, Barbara Rentschler, Mary Ann Schlegel, George
Gundrum, Louise Sievers.
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Seated, left to right: David Dohner, Patty Oswald, Patsy Young, Sandra Moyer, Helen Spayd, Joan Reed, Hay-
ward Melville. First row, standing: Judy Becker, Joanne Kriner, Lucille Adams, Sandra Gottfried, Grace
Schimd, Kathryn Weidenhammer, Eleanor Reed, Betty Kunkleman, Lolita Yeager, Edna Conrad, Barbara Mc
Kently, Sandra Stoudt, Janice Noll, Mary Louise Schlegel, Nancy Krumanocker. Second row: Elin Williams,
Barbara Zettlemoyer, Jeanette Snyder, Janice Hieter, Nancy Zettlemoyer, Lee Stitzel, Donald Gardner, Richard
Miller, Mary Ann Schlegel, Artena Yenser, Janice Kintz, Barbara Keller, Patty Price.
Left to right: Donna Price, Co-Editor, Margaret .
Weber, Editor, Miss Miller, Mr. Schwartz, Advisors.
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Third row: C. Trexler, K. Heckman, L. Davis, E. Yob, M. Schlegel, H. Spayd, S. Stoudt, K. Weidenhammer
B. Kunkleman, M. Melville, E. Reed, A. Judd, R. Baer, J. Noll, P. Oswald. Second row: V. Wahl, S. Dasher,
I. Gehret, N. Krurnanocker, T. Wagner, J. Kriner, B. Young, K. Reifinger, F. Hertzog, M. Schlegel, N.
Schaeffer, M. Weber, I. Becker, B. Wahl, H. Moatz, P. Young. First row: L. Huyett, M. Camilli, J. Seaman
N. Bauer, C. Wagenhurst, M. Kriner, D. Price, S. Moyer, P. Price, J. Snyder, S. Reimert, G. Schlegel, J.
Epting. Seated left to right: J. Phillips, M. Long, J. Reed, P. Manmiller, R. Mertz, B. McKently, I. Hieter, I.
MARGARET FEGLEY ------ - - Secretary
BARBARA KERSHNER- - - - Vice President
MRS. HANLEY ---- - - - - Advisor
PHYLLIS FICK ---- - - President
MARILYN PHILLIPS - - - - Treasurer
MRS. LANDISfSeatedj - - - - Advisor
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Second row D Fegely T Koch T Host E Wxedner R Mertz K Snyder R Peters R. Anderson C
Mohn E Flnk M Sanders Frrst row I Constem R Zettlemoyer N Gundrum, H Borrell I l-loch L
Althouse E Prersol T Brown C Taney J Gottschalk Seated left to nght G Bossler R Folk R Keller
F DeL1llo D Conrad D Keller
ARLAN CONRAD - - - - - Vice
DONALD GARDNER - - - - - -
ARLAN BURKERT ' - - - -
DONALD GRAMMES - - - -
TOMMY LENHART ------- - - -
MR. JOHN STENGELE L5eatedj -
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Seated, left to right: Dennis Heller, LaRue Goodhart, Doris Meals, Mr. David Mell, Advisor, Joan Schlegel,
Deanna Henry, Kenneth Schlegel. Standing: Julia Schaeffer, Arline Rissmiller, Miriam Borrell., Lucille
Christman, Dorothy Becker, Janet Phillips, Darlene Wehr.
Seated, left to right: Dennis Adam, William Waters, Henry Krumanocker, Warren Rauehzahn, Kenneth Henry
Jensen Adams, Kneeling: Ray Bilger, Robert Hoch, Russell Heiter, Leonard Gulinello, Robert Folk, Robert
Schnabel, Lee Stitzel. Standing: Lincoln Hoffa, John Sheetz, Larry Hoch, Robert Wentzel, Charles Derr
Charles Schaeffer, Roger Lease. Larry Emerick, Rodney Beard, Melvin Bailey, Rodney Schlottman, Mr. Daniels
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Left to right: Mr, Postetter, Advisor, John Lush, Jay Becker, Carl Bossier, Kenneth Meals, James Lush, Ronald
Rarich, David Dohner, Ralph Dietrich, Wilson Reeser, Absent, George Mayer.
Left to right: D. Moyer, B, Delcamp, A. Dienich, M. Zettlernoyer, L. Weaver, R. Rhoads, R. Spangler, L.
Glosser, A. Dietrich, S, Snyder, J. Folk, I. Folk, W. Smith, L. Woods, J. Balsbough, D. Bedard, Mrs. Yoder
Advisorg A. Yenser, J. Hieter, D, Camilli, S. Weidner, C. Angstadt, S. Schaeffer, S. Stahler, L. Spatz, D,
Dunkelberger, B, Schollenberger, A. Yob, I. Hoch, R. Davis, E. Kutz, D. Hohl, D. Heffner.
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MARY LOUISE SCHLEGEL
First row, seated, left to right: Mr. Stauffer, Directorg David Woodling, Lorraine Shade, Judy Schlegel, Cather-
ine Kehm, Linda Erb, Suzanne Stahler, Linda Woods, Terry Kurzweg, Kenneth Brown. Second row: Daniel
Riemondi, Jay Smith, Lynn Sheetz, Charles Wilson, Gerald Weidner, Terry Wessner, David Rathman, Herbert
Sheetz, Bruce Nattress, William Adams. Third row: Ray Wanner, David Smith, Robert Waters, Richard Huyett,
Terry Rathman, John Adams, Dennis Conrad, Edwin Hinkle, Terry Sheetz, Fourth row: Walter Kackel, William
Stoudt, Jon Keller, William Waters, Dale Conrad, Gerald Stump, Kenneth Schlegel.
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Arnold, Robert Miller, Richard Peters, Jackie Hoch, Richard Miller, Donald Kline, Tommy Lenhart,
Mr. Stengele, Coach. Absent from picture - - Daniel Christ.
For the fourth straight year, Mr. Stengele and his basketball team won the division championship
without suffering a loss. The Tigers have now won 42 straight league games.
There were six seniors on the team: Ronald Arnold and Donald Kline, who were the co-captains,
Rodney Burkett, Robert and Richard Miller and Charles Mohn. Arnold, Line, and Burkett were starters.
The Tigers started the season by losing four out of their first five games. Then they won 14 straight
games before they entered the county playoffs. But the Tigers didn't have much luck in the playoffs and
lost to Mr. Penn in the first game 59-51. Next they played Lykens in the PIAA state playoffs, and again
Fleetwood lost - - this time 49-41.
We would like to congratulate the 1955-56 basketball team and their coach, Mr. John Stengele, for
the way they represented Fleetwood Joint High School on the basketball floor.
has a 20.3
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McGovern. Ly. -ting
connected for 51 points, also'
circuit standard, erasing hfis own
of 50 set a year ago.
It was Clyde Messner, a 58
however, who outscored.,
6-5 McGovern, 25-22, in the
game with Green Park.
pulled, in 14 rebounds
a slirfht ankle injury snff
in the first period.
John Daniels, another rebound
Ed Messner and Joe Mc-
will round out Lykens'
Fleolwood, with a season-al lr'
15-5. has been idle since F
1 when Coach John Stengo
oiluzes dropped U fi
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The Tigers sw
title in Divisioi
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From Unhe' 2Qlggs, 54-37 X, ef
Fleetwood Jag 5 hi J HZ:-Iii
the Muhlenberg High
last night at Laur eg
?Burkert sparked the .
25 points. The score
the prelim, 38-37.
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. f . asa night az Fieoiwood , Y . Q ' V , 5w,,Q,3-.- Wim.,
Legriflold' ATEN Burke: and ' 'fm if ,fix 15 riffiirzliie sei.
3 0 ers Com ine-ci for 37 Q .. , - W hail. Captain Don Kline
2MUhl0UbPI'H JYS won th fheezef 93 63' 9 N iured and ou! of :actin
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Lebanon. Nlarch 5 -0- Towel
errv McGovern was 'ithe
tonight as Lyken
Fleetwood High from til.
4'-141, before l.2lll'l parii
A is gym.
The 65 Lykens lad. who axer
lleetwund Keeps Rolling
With 81-29 Nod Uver
On Friday night l-'leetwood High Schools
m defeated Schuylkill Valley. 6044. lt
in just another victory: for the Division ll .
n the Tigers' 36th straight in Berks Scholastic
.iference play under the guidance of coach John
Since Stengele came to Fleetwood in the
has fashioned one of the most outstanding
ess stories in tne annals of the countv. His
champions of their league the past three
oss in loop competition sutfered by a
:red in the playoffs for the title when Oley
feat in the 19.31-1992 campaign. bince
ers have never been stopped by
is true Fleetwood has lost
'turing this period but they
'ainst teams from other
ln over all competition
S quick to
' iof hop
followers ot' the two teams in
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tier than 30 points per na
Y there has been notl.,
ry about his clit s
Rig it at Albrightg
lnheaten in League
By BQB RIEGNER
Eagle Sports Writer
,Ne're a much better ball clu
f' f than we were back in Decem
1'hat's the way John Stengel
ims up his Fleetwood Tigers wh
ill meet Mount Penn Frida
ight in the opening round of th
Serks County Champiomhip Play
offs at the Albright field house.
In December, the Tigers wer
far from impressive. droppin
four of their first five games
Since then, however, they hav
acquired polish and have shake
up ll straight opponents to tak
a 15-4 book into the playoffs.
"Cnr shooting has improve
500 per cent," Stengele sal
"Early in the season when we firs
moved on our new and miie
bigger court, we just couldnt hi
The kids had heen used to play
ing on the small floor and it too
them a while to get accustome
,gg Imac-h qg,a,,rg0 1,y.Nf,,.tQ C Hlddont hveixiexe in s ' ' 55 'Q f,.Q Teams Top Scorer
ted l'riperDaiinhin l,f':'i11ie ' 'OO maimqii' iq Wi I , I . ci. ,- ,
Umm mm l...,H4,,i . .Wm fpm l hate heeo .gicki 1 Fleffillfl 5 A-P 'Wu be
A D. . ' . V i ' ' ' 'anced att .tl its 6-1 junio
tire cirwf U'1'1i' "Wifi Two Yctei l""""' 'V' center 1 ' Sikert Barker
to 25mi1l"e" him Tm-n gpm- IQ , A Pj Rf :who Sion he rtvoulcln
the story He wa iiiiileri 5 ' A ' it i f 1 h ., . 1
. . i un as an exam' . V309 -01' fi: ill 1 0 LOJD Y,
hoih banking hi entre-i'ii. J . ' . ,V
, if . . "This team is 4 0. R t .Ib fhef fmt! if and be
.nen entant. ,.nk.,. 1 , ,i mute ever Q Sslno Ou S rety sent ,mrs wer
'ririlfkerts 16 ily., r if ,Q on the 'V od i xj gt ieagu
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'he game' F ,A .: MV 21. .1 I V . if A7 rt whipped 1
tt- .. 1 ' H - t.i.skctoa.i team
MH hw re Arlan . ,. . Y . :nt a :rent de
431 iomo mei Hee.-
:fme late . ,, ,,g,1w, .h .he bench whe
Hz, 61.0 ,Wd Vi. Y ...dn li... .t Im i B, ,kg U . .
.ph ' 1' orfl V"'oiiiissinf"s fd inf' mer I
intermission to git 4 to ,' -, 'f . . f' H W rub! n
- ' "fi tiie orcliniinar' ' 3 he 3 Ce 0
16 edge at halftime. ' Af V A ' " "
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x . r ' 'as an ll-poin
Althouffh neither " i V "and 'wine 164-53
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more than a four-pA 9 ll .firmi Q A i f 3? 'fried decision was a
'ni' the first' 16 mi f . ' 1 i - 5 5 Owl- pdmhicgq Amit-
Dmmpill' bull! HP g A X fjujf . A -- piiyeti only six minute
24-16 advantafff on HMS QQQQQZQ Q ' f 5 j ,g i one,
l,l1DQ Jftllll Dafllflli lifzxhiirx : . git- X VK Z Jr: Mums WAHI brothe
. , . , P'-'r . 1 . w 1-i . A ,
WND f0lUi bi -100 f fyqjvp ft 0 0 zz' - e i a 643 senior, Ron Arnol
Arnold stemmed t 7 K iiifi: a 1 'fi li '-Y 'W Y '7 .lzzi Kline. 5-9 and Tom Le
fffffil' Wllh 5' 'HW' . ,H . V, T-Vai: , :i f- ' 'i inf.. 1-. A 5-8. as sinriers for Stengel
lflhfml' Pell and 1 eff' 'Tp - , Hf'f"I"T'f'FAHCifiY5'7 ani: izyf-fm, Mu Fleetwood Bias one ot' the e
til? lxkens :min ir .4 ..- 'gg' .' g V ' num-ood Jw wyomisqnz l3lS of' it Wifilllllgiv bali Clll
if' . it ' A fl Q' 5 G, F N r -ii'erl'ui bench. btengelc' ca
: 3' I My 1 iggglfeftig f Q, 54,-W I - om Dick Peters. Bob Mille
, ..v, El . ,
ee I I I Koch! Q 2 if-imfii r . .. Hlionn and Don Gardn
S i s Y 2 fl Kfrler f , Z ' Y 1 1 1
l bu' u9gLGd'2fT,g C 4 2 UTD C 4 A E tni,..v' weakening his flo
lu'af1t-pmrd C Erumrfrh c 4 2 IE 'IJ.f6llgll'l.
l- rim 5:
ny 11-43 Marginirefii
Adaiiis 3 0
!-lrdman g , 0
Hue:-:it ag . 0
Mcinig g ,. 0
Totals . 30 l
Chance for Revenge
Friday night's affair will giv
o Fleetwood a chance to avenge on
D' ' 7461066 - ,Nasa
Left to right: Kenneth Bingaman, Harry Barrell, Leslie Sawyer, Mr. Kercher, Coachg Ronald Stump,
Dale Fegley, Dennis Keim. Kneeling: Darrl Wentzel. Absent from picture: Bob Zettlemoyer, Ted
Koch, Dennis Woodling, Roy Madenford, Merrill Moyer, Marlin Sanders, Pelly Orlando, Ernest Fink,
Frank De Li11o.
For the second consecutive year, Mr, Kercher and his fine LV, basketball team have won the
Divisional Championship. This year, the Baby Tigers were entered in the strong Division I1 League.
After a slow start, they won eight out of their last nine games, and compiled a 13 and 6 record.
Then, they journeyed to Albright College Field House to meet the strong Boyertown Jayvees in the
semi-finals for the County Championship. After a relentless uphill battle the Baby Tigers defeated
Boyertown 47-43. Last they entered the final game against Conrad Weiser, but lost 53-26.
The starting team was composed of five sophomores. They were Ted Koch, Bob Zettlemoyer,
Les Sawyer, Dennis Woodling and Dennis Keim. The high scorers of the team were Ted Koch and Bob
Congratulations to Mr, Kercher and his fine team for the way they represented Fleetwood on the
First row, seated, left to right: Arlan Burkert, Donald Gardner, Ronald Arnold, Co-Captain, Donald
Kline, Co-Captaing Pelligrino Orlando. Second row: Thomas Lenhart, Roger Anderson, Ethan Weidner,
Dennis Keim, Kenneth Bingaman, Albert Rauch, Robert Keller, Edwin Hinkle, Manager. Third row,
standing: Lee Hess, Manager, Theodore Koch, Thomas Host, James Gottschalk, Rodney Burkert, Ernest
Fink, Charles Mohn, Richard Mertz, Gerald Stump, Mr. Postetter, Coach.
Under their new coach, Mr. Postetter, the 1955 soccer team had a very successful season. The team,
lead by co-captains, Donald Kline and Ronald Arnold, along with three other seniors, Rodney Burkert, Jim
Gottschalk and Charles Mohn, won six league games while losing only two, and finished in a first place
tie, for the second straight year with Kutztown and Hamburg. The Tigers drew a bye, then lost to Ham-
burg 1-0 for the title, Fleetwood again played in the Northern Division which included Oley, Brandy-
wine, Kutztown and Hamburg.
The scoring results for this season ended with Tommy Lenhart and Arlan Burkert having five goals
apiece, Charles Mohn having three, and Dennis Keim and Ted Koch having one each.
We would like to congratulate Mr. Postetter and his team on the fine way they represented Fleetwood
on the soccer field.
G, I, A, A, Board
First row, left to right: Mrs. Yoder, Barbara Lotz, Miriam Zettlemoyer, Sandra
Schaeffer, Nancy Bauer, Second row: Darlene Scheidt, Janice Hieter, Jeanette
Snyder, Judy Becker, Vivian Wahl, Third row: Marilyn Phillips, Dorothy Moyer,
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By Donald Payton
The name Ernest 1S an ordinary name except to one person Henry Grlcrest Just
the name Ernest sends Henry rnto shock It all started when h1s boss frred hrm, h1s grrl
frrend left h1m, and hrs Aunt Ethel ordered hrrn out of her boardrng house
Henry went to the park to frnd comfort and then he met Mr Bumpus He poured
out hrs troubles and Mr Bumpus told hrm that for only S17 83 a frrend named Ernest
puts down trodden souls lrke hrm out of therr mrsery He pays the money and goes
home to frnd that Aunt Ethel IS ready to forgrve hrm, h1s glrl wants another chance
h1s boss has grven hrm a rarse, and lrfe was never better
There was only one thrng wrong he pard Ernest to get hrm out of thrs world He
really was rn mrsery now and especrally when practrcally everyone he meets IS named
Ernest Even Margre who 15 Aunt Ethel s daughter has a beau named Ernre There are
two old mard srsters, one Clarrssa and the other IS Ernesune who are woven rnto the plot
Then there IS Aunt Ethel s gentleman frrend C E Grrmm, head of the Grrmm
Harvester Co and h1S mrddle name 1S Ernest Also there 1S the doctor called rn to treat
Henry and you guessed II hrs name IS Dr Ernest
As fate w1lled rt, Mr Bumpus and h1s cohort, Sleepy came lookrng for a room and
when Henry saw hrm he nearly went rnto shock Thrngs reach a hrgh pornt and Henry
weak from frrght frnally went to Mr Bumpus and demanded payment rn full whrch
took Mr Bumpus by surprrse because he never planned on seerng Henry agarn rhrnkrng
the deal would be Just a srmple way to get money Henry meets them rn the drnrng
room and thrnks Mr Bumpus frrend Sleepy rs Ernest and so Mr Bumpus makes ar
rangements for Sleepy to extermrnate Mr Bumpus and poor Henry Mr Bumpus then
grves hrm what rs left of the S17 83 and Sleepy leaves to use the money on Poor Henry
Later on Sleepy returns and Mr Bumpus and Henry gather courage to be put out of therr
mlsery to frnd that Sleepy put the S17 83 on Poor Henry a horse runnrng rn the thrrd
race wrth a hundred to one shot, grvrng them each S500 Gladys Aunt Ethel and the
rest of the famrly frnd out what was botherrng Henry and everythmg turns out frne
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Look at that gory expression.
Let's go people!
We're here to see about gettin' a room
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Yes, Mr. Dingle.
Gee! Hi. "What a man" 73
Jean Roget, M
THE GHOST HOUSE
By Robert St Clarr
The entrre play takes place 1n the l1v1ng room of a deserted old homestead some
where down South
W1l11am Hamson, young, adventurous, and Just out of college has learned that he
rnherrted the old famlly homestead Hrs father has told hrm many stones, but not of
the curse on the Harrrson famrly Glorra, B111 s sweetheart her enure famrly and Mr
Mellon the lawyer, all arrrve to warn hun of the curse B111 scoffs at all the1r fears
untrl he hears the story of the famlly curse
From thrs pomt on thmgs really begrn to happen strange norses, ghost, and
even mysterrous people
However, everyone found out rt was just a story made up by Dr Jean Roget and
Patches because of a secret treasure that B111 s father had hrdden rn the house Rebecca
Dr Roget s srster tned to warn the Harrrsons but nothrng was found unul Andy Ann s
boyfr1end, found a clue to the treasure Soleless Sam a detectrve, uncovered Dr
Roget s plot and arrested hrm B111 strarghtened everythrng out and all was calm once
Oliver Mellon -------------------------- RICHARD HAMILTON
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MARGARET WEBER PATTY YOUNG JOAN REED PHYLLIS FICK DEANNA HENRY
IUDITH BECKER RONALD ARNOLD PATTY OSWALD NANCY ZETTLEMOYER
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Mr and Mrs Alfred W Acker
Mr and Mrs John L Adams
Mr and Mrs Arthur A Arnold
Mr and Mrs Leroy Arnold
Mr and Mrs Clarence Becker
and Mrs Harel Becker
and Mrs Jesse T Becker
and Mrs John E Becker
and Mrs Irwrn Berk
and Mrs Robert Bossler Jr
Arlan Ray Burkert
and Mrs Harry Burkert
and Mrs Paul Carlson
and Mrs Paul R Dav1s
Mr Ronald P Dav1s
Barbara A Delcamp
Mr Rrchard B Delp
Mr and Mrs John E Dohner
Mrss Marrlyn A Dohner
Mr and Mrs Wllbuffl Duff
Mr and Mrs Danrelj Frck
Mr and Mrs Warren Frey
Mr and Mrs John F Gardner
Rev and Mrs A M Gottschalk
Mr and Mrs Aaron Gundrum
George C Gundrum
Mr Robert Haag
Dr and Mrs H D Hamrlton
Mr and Mrs Arthurj Heckman
Mr and Mrs Earl Hehr
and Mrs John W Henry
and Mrs Edward Herbern
and Mrs Hugh W Jones
Rev and Mrs J Paul Kehm
Mrss June Kelchner
Mr and Mrs Paul C Kercher
Mr and Mrs Samuel A Kershner
Mr and Mrs Ralph W Kreffer
Mr Irwrn Klme
Mrs Mable Klme
Mary Lou Krrner
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Border Mr. and Mrs. William L. James
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Mr and Mrs Clarence Kunkelman
Mr Rrchardj Locke
Nan Spangler Luckenbrll
Phyllrs J Manmrller
and Mrs Paul Manwrller
and Mrs Charles J Melvrlle
and Mrs Clyde Mrller
and Mrs Warren J D Mrller
and Mrs Charles H Mohn
Mr and Mrs John F Moyer
Mrss Phyllrs Moyer
Mr and Mrs Wrlson K Noll
Mr and Mrs Howard W Oswald
and Mrs Glenn Phrllrps
and Mrs Arthur Rauch
and Mrs Clayton Reed
and Mrs Clayton Reed
Mr and Mrs Edward B Rhoads
Ronald Lee Rhoads
Mrs Paulrne Rrssmrller
Mr and Mrs John Schaeffer
and Mrs Rrchard Schwartz
and Mrs Herman W Schlegel
Leonard D Schlegel
and Mrs Joe Shlvers
Mrss Harrret Snyder
and Mrs Lloyd Snyder
and Mrs Curvous Stauffer Jr
and Mrs John M Stengele
and Mrs Charles Strtzel
Lee F Strtzel
Sandra Lee Stoudt
Mr and Mrs Albrrght Strause
and Mrs Wrllram Werdenhammer
and Mrs Earl Wehx
and Mrs Wrllram D Wentzel
Crnda C Yoder
Mr and Mrs Claude S Yoder
Mr and Mrs Russell F Yoder
Mr and Mrs Nerl Young
Mr and Mrs Ca1v1nJ Zettlemoyer
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SHOE REPAIRING OZ 'Z 5
A11'P1ane K1t s and SuPP11es Z
Z5 West Maln St
Fleetwood Pa C74 E i Z E JC-5
AMMES Compllments From
12,5 Washmgton St
Fleetwood, Ph 2461 T
Fl ASS OF
5-'JL-v ul --""'.--
A Quahty Product For Every Purpose
EAST PENN MANUFACTURING COMPANY INC
Lyons Stat1ons Pennsy1van1a
PAUL 1. GR '
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IF lT'S GOOD FOOD
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Moselem Springs Hotel
Famous For Seafood
- Tourists -
On Ma1n Street 1n
Topton Pa Slnce 1900
KIEST AND BEUBAKE12
Atlantlc Products F1restone
Fuel O11s Gasohne T1res
Kerosene Motor 0115 ACCCSSOFICS
134 N 5th St
513 E Ma1n St
A Full L1ne of FOTC1gn
Cars In Stock Now'
601 E Ma1n St Phone 2013
KUTZTOWN AUTO CO
Sales and M
Rt 222 and Crystal Road
and 110 W Ma1n Street
Phone 2191 and 3351
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Open Ev t111 8 30
1 West Broad Street
33 East LocustSt
Phone 41 11
Pa1nt1ng and Paper Hangmg
130 W Washmgton St
IF l'l' S GOOD FOOD
Kutztown R D No 2
Open 24 Hours a Day
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Sportswear L1nger1e and
Fleeiwvood Pa Z0 West Mam St
For M1sses and Lad1es
C A VVANNER
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dwar e Lfmcz
Seamless Hos1ery S1nce 1900
phone 2251 Fleetwood Pa
GEORGE J' KLINE
ELLIS W BUCHMAN
32 West Mam Street
The Fuller Brush Man
307 E Wash1ngton St
Q D DEPENDABLE
RAUCH s DRUG STORE
Dolly Madlson Ice Cream
131 West Ma1n St
Machlnlng and Weld1ng
Fleetwood R 3 Pa
Phone Fleetwood 6718
58110 CENT STORE
Dry Goods and Not1ons
Toys Our Spec1alty
6 East Ma1n St
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206 So R1chmond Street
Bu1ld1ng Th1s Year?
Excavate Y our Basement
Grade Your Lawn
D1g Your D1tches
Pave Your Dr1ve
WILSON K NOLL
Cleaners and Dyers
1250 Roosevelt Ave
Stony Creek M1115
Phone 6 7461
RADIO AND TELEVISION
East Ma1n Street
Fleetwood R D No 3
PLUMBING AND HEATING
30 W Maln St
ROOFING AND SIDING
Roof Pa1nt1ng Spoutlng
All Klnds of Repalr Work
241 E Arch Street
Phone 6586 Fleetwood, Pa. .
Comp11ments Fr om
Men s Hoslery Clockmg
SWEE T SHOP
ATLANTIC SERVICE STATION
Fleetwood R D 3
F1restone TITCS and Batterles
At1ant1c Expert Lubr1cat1on
Qu1ck Car Wash
For Qu1ck Se rv1ce
OJ.. 11 A M to 3 P M
IMR AND MRS C PETERS Prop
44 W Mam St
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Fleetwood R D No 2 Pa
TEXTILE MILLS INC
Coal Lumber Cement
Bu1lders Suppl1es Etc
Wl-I NOLL. "'
Dealer ln -.-
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New and Used Cars
Fleetwood Pa Phone 3221
BEAYN AED N
25 Years of SCTVICC
17 West Ma1n St
Phone 42 71
Say It Wlth Flowers
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C ommerc1a1 Refr1gerat1on Manufacturers
64? GOOD FOOD
Banquet Ser v1ce
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COOPERATIVE FRUIT GROWERS
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DAN IEL. S
PLUMBING AND HEATING
GENERAL ELECTRIC 16-18 Washington Street
Congratulations to the Graduates!
' ' Y our
A Member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
GARAGE 19 West Maln St
General Repa1rs Fleetwood Pa
Maln St Fleetwood Pa
BRUWN S SONS INC
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Manufacturers of and Dealers 1n
Flour Feed C1ra1n Coal Fuel O11
Phone 4511 Fleetwood Pa
Ph 3721 Fleetwood Pa
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the Sportsman 51-5
158 West Mam St Hotpo1nt Apph Tractors
Kutztown Pa Phone 52.11 Kutztown Pa
A F1ner Ford For F1fty SIX
Men s Furn1sh1ngs
and Shoes JEWELER
164 West Maln St
Kutz town Pa
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Best W1Sh6S From
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1 East Maln St
For the Best Goods,
641 Penn Street
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West Poplar St
Cameras G1fts Appl1ances
Necch1 Elna Sew1ng Ma
Royal Snuth Corona and
Remmgton Rand Typewuters
and Addlng Machmes
Jacobsen Power Mowers
HaSt1HgS Alununum AWn1ngS
Storm Doors and Wlndows
We Do Repa1r1ng On All K1nds
Compllments Fr om
Itahan Ham and Rolls
Of Major and Small Appl1ances 12,00 Mount Laurel Rd
Machlnes Sewlng Machlnes
Cameras Prosectors Temple Pa
Electrlc Clocks Radlos
and T elev1s 1on
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