Fleetwood High School - Tiger Tale Yearbook (Fleetwood, PA)
- Class of 1958
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Hear ye! Hear ye!
Thts wrlttng IS presented by the Class of
1958 of Fleetwood Jo1ntIun1or Semor Htgh
School Through thls announcement w
w1sh to present to you the aspects of the ed
ucauonal program act1v1t1es and soctal
funct1ons tn whlch we have pamcxpated
throughout our apprenttceshtp mhtgh school
After leafmg through these pages whxch
contam our past hlstory we hope you w1l1
have found enjoyment and satlsfactlon tn
We, the Semors thank you
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FAC ULTY ADMINISTRATION
We the class of 1956
wxsh to dedlcate thls lssue of the
TIGER TALE to our class advtsors Mrs Yoder
patience generoslty msplratlon thoughtfulness and loyalty to us
and Mr. Daniels. These two people have shown great
The Senror Class of 1958 wlshes to express our heartfelt thanks to Mr Robert Haag
our yearbook advlsor and chref supervrsor We only wlsh there was some other way we
could express our gratltude and smcere thanks for your dxlxgent wcxk and patlent gurd
M SA NDERS
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R NEIDER B WAHL B DELCAMP
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L GREENAWALT D WOODLING
Photographer Busrness Manager
M PHILLIPS R PETERS A JUDD
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The future IS for
those who prepare for
Deep Red Rosebud
Fleetwood Joint Junior-Senior High School
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'll be united,
They'1l 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,
Sight Thoughts of love and trust.
Seated, left to right: George Schuler, Myers Balthaser, John Adam, Richard Homan, John Mengle,
Standing: William L. James, Arthur Heckman, Samuel Sehl, Wilson Cramer, Lawson Burgert, Jay
Barto, Wilson Reeser, Paul Edelman. Absent: I. Paul, Kehm william, Ebert Edwin Kutz, Phillip
Hoch, Charles Mertz.
President -'-- - -JOHN MENGEL
Vice President - - - - - SAMUEL SEHL
TFGBSUTEI "" ' NTYERS BALTHASER
S01iCiI0f ' ' ' ' ' PAUL EDELMAN
We wish to thank our school board for their work in managing our school. It is the purpose of the
board to get public schools managedg not to manage them themselves. Their work is to get things done
rather than do them. lt is with deep appreciation that we give them this page.
MISS KELCHNER and MR. JAMES
To the Class of 1958:
My very best wishes to all of you on your graduation. After twelve years of working to-
gether, playing together and sharing each other's successes and failures, you are about to enter
into a new phase of your young lives. You are arriving at the point where your happiness will
depend more and more upon you alone. Whether or not you find it is very much your responsi-
bility. I would like to leave with you a quotation from the eminent Dr. Albert Schweitzer,
"One thing I knowg the only ones among you who will be really happy are those who will have
sought and found how to serve." lt shall be extremely gratifying to me to know that many of
you find happiness thru service to others.
Supervising Principal 4
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To the Class of 1958:
Whenever a class graduates from high school, I wonder if they have secured the amount of
knowledge that is needed to carry them onthe road to success in their chosen occupations. I
am thinking of the BOOK OF KNOWLEDGE in all its aspects, but I am also thinking of truthful-
ness, friendship, religion and many other characteristics that each will need, With the great
charges that are taking place in the world today, you will lead the world of tomorrow toward
an understanding of each other or to complete useless distruction.
Man by his power to think is endeavoring to leave the earth and explore the vast spaces of
our universe. You, as graduates must do your utmost to see that every achievement that takes
place is put to upholding the brotherhood of mankind, In so doing you will achieve for your-
selves and your children a world population that will live together in peace,
MR. FRANK E. DANIELS
"All right, people!"
Plays the fiddle expertly. . .studying for his Ph. D. . . ex
Air Force pilot. . .drives a Hillman and a
friend of all students. . . Senior Class and Student Council
Advisor. . .teaches Safe Driving. . .Senior Hi-Y advisor. . .
has many female admirers. . . spends his spare time in the
summer at picnics. . .nicknamed "Frankie, "
MR. JOHN A. BURGGRAF
"Good grief! "
Drives a big red Buick. . .spends his spare time playing
basketball. . .teaches commercial subjects. . .first year at
Fleetwood. . .caretaker of the Sophomore Class. . .hobby
is sports. . . sChool banker. . .neat dresser. . . hails from
Hazleton. . .well liked by the Seniors. . .nicknamed "Bur-
Mercury. . .
MR. HERBERT ERB
"Hey, you guys! "
Usually seen supervising the Hotel. . . teaches Junior High
math. . .director of Senior Class Play. . .married, has four
children. . . drives a green Oldsmobile. . .sings bass in the
church choir. . . coaches the Debating Team. . .sponsors
the Freshman Class. . .sang "Stout-Hearted Men" in the
Minstrel Show. . .nicknamed "Herb. "
MRS. MARGUERITE M. FREY
Married. . .teaches Junior Chorus. . .organist for Re-
formed Church. . .has a son who has studied Music. . .lives
on Locust Street. . . drives a beige car. . . gives private Mu-
sic lessons. . . good pianist. . . our commuting musician.
MR. ROBERT G. HAAG
"A word to the wise is sufficient! "
Yearbook advisor. . .drives a hot red Eord. . . married. .
resides at Green Terrace Acres, Reading. . . directed the
Halloween Social Play. . .supervises the 7th grade. . .his
favorite food is Lobster Tail. . .terrific dancer. . .snappy
drum major. . .nickname "Haagy. "
MR. CATELLO A. GEMMA
"All right, keep it down!"
Bom in Paterson, New Jersey. . . drives a green Dodge. .
teaches social studies. . . our new basketball and baseball
coach. . .Junior Class advisor. . .married. . .has a baby
boy named Jimmy. . .plays basketball for the Reading Keys
. . .nicknamed "Cardy". . .spent two years in the Armed
Forces. . .resides in Fleetwood. . .favorite food is spaghetti
MRS. BARBARA E. HISSAM
"Where 's your permit?"
Married. . .originally from Allentown. .
. . .owns a truck and Ford. . .planning on
. . .teaches English and Library Science. .
Sir18IIa. . . detests hearing chewing gum crack. . . dislikes
having dirty hands. . .likes to talk.
MRS. JEAN K. HANLEY
"Now, let's get quiet!"
Former librarian at Fleetwood. . .married. . .has a baby
boy, Leo John. . .hobbies are bowling and reading. . .
eighth grade advisor. . .teaches history and geography. . .
favorite food is spaghetti. . .hot rodder. . . commutes from
the country. . .taking Mr. Ho11enbach's place.
. our librarian
building a house
MR. DALE M. HOLLENBACH
"Au right, gms!"
Former teacher at Fleetwood. . . teaches Junior High
Social Studies. . .Co-Advisor of Student Council. . .born
and raised in Richmond Township. . . former student at Fleet-
wood. . .fulfilled his military obligation through the six
MR. PAUL C. KERCHER
'Come on, Sawyerl'
"Kerch". . . our favorite math teacher. . .born and raised
in Kutztown. . .J. V. and Golf coach. . .married. . .has
two children. . .ardent chess player. . .drives a green Dodge
. . . advises the Junior Class. . .director of Junior Hi-Y. . .
bug on reading problems. . . enjoys working hard math prob-
MR. THOMAS A. KLOPP
"All right, let's gol "
MR. RALPH W. IGHTFER
Born in Shillington. . .resides in the Bank Building in
Fleetwood. . .drives a green Chevy. . .tennis coach. . .
loves to travel. . .was an exchange teacher. . . camera
fiend. . .language teacher. . .loves Latin Myths. . .spon-
sor of Bowling Club. . . married. , . excels in punny jokes.
Favorite food is fillet mignon. . .shops at Acme. . .teaches
Guidance, Shorthand and Adult Education Typing. . .hails
from Freeland, Penn .... resides at Main Street. . . married
. . .has two children. . . drives a gray Chevy. . .hobbies are
sports, big game hunting and golf. . .supervises Archery Club
. . .television fiend. . .pet peeve is too many study halls
and nothing to do.
MRS. IOANN A. LANDIS
"Now what are you doing? "
Cafeteria supervisor. . .Y-Teen advisor. . .hails from
Lincoln, Pa. . .drives a green Chevy. . .resides in West
Lawn. . .pet peeve is waste and tmtidiness. . .teaches Home
Economics. . .can usually be seen in the cafeteria. . .neat
dreser. . . makes most of her own clothes.
MR. HAROLD KUNDIS
Hails from Shamokin, Pa. . . devotee of classical music
. . .abhors rock and roll. . . married. . .has a baby daugh-
ter. . .drives a pink and black DeSoto. . .shares Mr. Ker-
cher's homeroom. . . teaches commercial subjects. . . Press
Club advisor. . .often seen with Mr. Burggraf. . .resides at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jones.
MR. DAVID MELL
"Lets, get busy!"
Dislikes boiled cabbage. . .teaches art. . .bom in Mohn-
ton, Penn. . .supervises photography club. . .loves to play
ches. . .camera bug. . .married. . .has two boys. . .drives
a blue Ford. . .helps to direct the Stage Crew. . .resides at
MR. RICHARD C. MENGLE
"What kind of jam session do you call this?"
Played football at Penn. State. . . drives a green Chevy
station wagon. . .hobby is sports. . .lives in Orwigsburg. . .
teaches Indusuial Arts. . .neat dreser. . .quiet type. . .can
usually be seen going through the halls wearing a Shop apron
. . .Sponsor of the Stage Crew.
MR. CURVOUS P. STAUFFER
MR. RICHARD I. POSTETTER
Soccer coach. . .nickname "Possy". . .worked for Met-
ropolitan Edison Company. . . teaches physical education
and health. . .drives a Dodge. . . married. . .pet peeve is
people who can't follow directions. . .favorite food is ham
. . .hobbies are camping and breeding tropical fish. . .served
ir1 the Armed Forces. . . most ardent chess fiend. . .resides
Favorite food is Lobster Tail. . .played Rec A basketball
for Fleetwood. . . directs the Junior-Senior Band and Senior
Chorus. . .drives a blue Ford. . . married. . .has a daughter,
Sandra Lee. . .bom and raised in Topton. . .plays bass horn
in a Polka Band. . .ardent Robin Hood fan. . .hobby is
sports. . .pet peeve is people who don't practice. . .played
the bass hom in the Topton Parade. . .resides at Main Street,
MR. DOUGLAS A. STAUI-'l-'ER
Served in the Armed Forces for two years. . .directs the
Junior Class Play. . . teaches Senior High English. . . married
a South Carolina girl. . .RED AND WHITE and Sophomae
Class advisor. . .resides in Fleetwood. . .drives a Chevy. . .
majored in speech ccrrection. . .neat dresser. . .dignified
appearance. . .loves to argue. . .well liked by the Seniors.
MR. WILLIAM D. WENTZEL
Bom and raised in Stony Creek Mills. . . teaches Senior
High sciences. . . noted for his pet expressions. . . married
. . .has three girls. . .drives a gold and white Plymouth. . .
Sophomore Class advisor. . .Sponsor of Science Club. . .
grandfather. . .speaks Pa. Dutch fluently. . .can throw rub-
ber stoppers acc urately.
MRS. JANE M. YODER
"Question number onel "
Senior Class advisor. . .cheerleading coach. . .guidance
counselor. . .bom in Reading. . .resides in Hamburg. . .
favorite food is ice cream. . . drives a pink and black Dodge
. . .Det peeve is accusation without justification. . .teaches
health and physical education. . .has a wonderful sense of
humor. . .has intramural spctts. . .good wctker. . .married.
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We are very grateful to you the yearbook staff for wrthour your help consrderauon mme and
pauence thrs yearbook could not have been a success Many times have we been drscouraed but you
proved rr was for no reason The work shown ln thrs book has proven that we were wrong
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RUTHANN SCHAEFFER BAER
May 19, 1940 "Ruthie"
The flighty member of the Senior Class . . . fre-
quently seen at the hotel . . . remember the tennis
court and the red can-can??? dislikes people who
horn in on jokes . . . "blob" is her favorite expres-
sion . . . likes to listen to the song " Ruby."
Intramurals 1,2,3,4g Chorus 2,3,4g Y-Teens 1,2,3,
4g Class Play 3,4- Debating Team 4- Yearbook Staff
4- Press Club 4
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REMEMBER OUR FRESHMAN YEAR9
ROBERT RONALD BAILEY
June 10 1940 Beetle
Staunch member of the Stage Crew
spent his recent vacation working
rn Canada passes his time goofing
off 1n the secretarial room com1
cal and m1sch1evous favorite ex
premon Use your head it s the little
things that count
Automobile Club 1 Stage Crew 2, 3 4
Property Commrttee Class Plays
November 18 1939 Mim
Born in Fleetwood but usually seen
with Blandon kids tall statuesque
brunette devotee of dancing
abhors classical music make up
a.rt1st for class play pals with
Drane spaghetti and meat balls are
her favorrte food
Intramurals 1 2 Gym Club 1 Photog
raphy Club 2 3,4 Chorus 2 3 4
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KENNETH ROGER BUCKS
October 25 1940 Kenny
Mad mathematician??? avid picnic-goer
admires the Air Force quiet senior can
usually be seen with two girls working physics experi-
ments enthusiastic German student mem
ber of the bowling club loves to eat Chili Con
Carne basketball fan
Intramurals 3,4 Class Play 3 Bowling Club 3 4
MEETING NEW FRIENDS CLASS
DIANE JEAN CONRAD
Iuly 1, 1940 Diane
One of the smaller seniors
future ambition IS to work for the
American Casualty Company
prrzed possession ls her engagement
ring found most of the t1me at
home or traveling with Ronnie
outstanding commercial student her
favmite game is Beat the Clock to
Band 1 2 Student Council 2 Chorus 2
3,4 Junior Chorus 1 Photography Club
2 3 4
RUTH HELEN DAVIS
March 20 1940 Ruthie
Active member of the 4 H Club
favorite expression Geesum
always smiling and cheerful
member the two years your steers got
first prize at the f3l.!'7'77 this versatile
miss does her studying in the cow stable
pet peeve people who can t con
trol their temper in classes
Gym 1 2,3 Chorus 1,2 3 Class Play 3
4 Y Teens4 Yearbook4 GIAA 2
Intramural 1, 2, 3 4
BARBARA ANN DELC AMP
OCIOb6l' 3, 1940 Delly
Usually seen laughing at or arguing with Mr
Kundis collecting records is her hobby
dislikes conceited people and cafeteria food
adores Pat Boone favorite expression "Who took
Yearbook 4- Chorus 2 3,4- Press Club 3 4- Gym Club
1 2 Class Play 4- Intramurals 1 2 3 4
HATS AND OUR CLASS TRIP
BARBARA BELLE EASTLAND DALE IRWIN FEGELY
January 23 1941 Bobby May 5, 1940 Dale
D1S11kCS IOCR H r011 1YTics Talkative character enJoys
pleroghl and grape leaves are her favor roller skating and hunting tens
H6 foods C311 be f0ll.Ild Wlth Champ Qgfny Jgkgg member of the Stage
or in the library remember the
time you almost hit a kid in the driver
training car'P'7'P has an extra large rec
Class Play 4 Yearbook Editor 4 Press
Club 1 2 4 Intramural 1 2 3 4 Li
brary Club 2 3,4 GAA 1 Debatmg 2
crew bashful'P"'P plans to be an
accountant Senior purse stealer
attends church regularly
Automotive 1 Senior H1 Y 2,3 4
Stage Crew 3,4 Intramural 1 2 3,4
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ERNEST ADAM FINK
August 13, 1940 Tmker
Noted for hrs red harr drummer rn the band
mathemat1cally mcllned usually late for
school quret S6l'l1Ol'9'79 always flghts wxth the
grrls remember the car you passed comrng
home from County Chorus
Senror H1 Y 2 3,4 Intramurals 2,3 4 Band 2 ,4
Senror Chorus 2,3, 4
OUR SOPHOMORE YEAR A NEW
LARUE MAE GREENAWALT
February 8 1940 LaRue
German enrhusrast does beauu
ful leather work yearbook photog
rapher plays the prano spent
her elementary years rn country school
owns a classlcal record collectron
don t forget that test rn mnth
grade general scxence LaRue
Iumor Chorus 1 Photography Club 2 3
4 Inuamurals 1,2 3 Senror Chorus 2 3
Class Play 3, 4 Yearbook 4 Press Club
NORMAN HENRY GUNDRUM
September 4, 1940 Gunrue
Works at the Greasy plays the
trumpet l.l'l the orchestra for the Grange
class clown doesn't get angy
easrly pet peeve srlence
lxkes to play tucks Gunnre, re
member the trme you set Mr Danrel s
Hrllman on the srdewalk.
Automotrve Club 1 Student Cormcrl 1
2,3,4 H1 Y2 3,4 Band2 3 4 Intra
murals 2,3 4 Semor Chorus 2,3 4
KATHRYN LEIGH HECKMAN
March 22 1941 Kathy
Usually seen at home study1ng'7"" VICC Presldent
of Y Teens has a specral mterest 1n the Va.rs1ty
Bottom drop don t forget that fatal gym class
color guard m the band
Y Teens 1 2 3 4 Intramurals 1 2 3 4 Semor Chorus
2 3 4 Student Councrl 2 3 4 Class Play 3 4 Year
book 4 Band 4 Halloween Soc1al Play 4
BUILDING NEW TEACHERS AND
RUSSELL LAWRENCE HEITER
December 31 1940 Helter
Ardent huntmg fan occuples a
seat on the school bus dog lover
drlves a 50 Chevy P13115
to be a farmer pet peeve sCh001
purse snatcher eats uptown
hard worker'P'P'P always on t1me
for school can t wart untrl report
cards are 1ssued???
Automotrve Club 1 2 Intramurals 1 2
JOYCE ANNE HINKLE
Sept 3 1940 Hmky Dmk
Dances well queer glggle
partner 1n crlme w1th Delly
you clown IS her pet express1on
cheerful and frlendly co edxtor of
the yearbook her hobby rs playlng
Chess and Checker Club 1 Yearbook 4
Class Play 3 4 Press Club 3 4 Senror
Chorus 2 3 4 Intramurals 1 2 3 4
Homeroom Secretary 2 3 4
LINCOLN AARON HOFFA
December 5, 1939 Hoffa
Occupres a seat rn homeroom 103 Commer
ctal student very attent1ve'7'P'P ardent drag
race fan sports a crewcut can be found
wrth the Moll town gang owns a pau of
engmeer boots whrch he constantly wears can t
wart for graduatxon
Gym Club 1 Chess and Checker Club 2
THE TRIP TO GETTYSBURG
Aprrl 23 1940 Hosty
Funny sense of humor plays the
trombone rn the band great phys
1C1Sl9'7'7 swell fellow Tommy how
about the trme you almost got your
nose caught rn the elevator door when
we went to the court house'7'P'P yearns
to make hot dogs IH Physrcs lab
flsherman played soccer
whlch way d1d he go IS Tommy s pet
Jumor H1 Y 1 Semor H1 Y 2,3,4 Band
1 2 3 4 Intramural 1 2 3 4 Chorus
2 3 4
ANN SUSAN JUDD
Nov 19 1940 Susre
Ex worker of the Hotel talka
ttve works at the Reading Farr
ground market w1th her uncle
part1c1pated rn the class play
takes Shorthand well took June
place as secretary on Student Day
Y Teens 1,2,3 4 Yearbook4 Inna
mural 1 2 3 4 Press Club 2 3 4 De
batrng 3 4 Class Play 3,4 Semor
Chorus 2 3 4 Junror Chorus 1
DENNIS ROGER KEIM
July 6 1939 Kermy
Hard worklng member of the stage crew
dnves a hot Studebaker member of the Fleet
wood Truck Crew partxcrpates m sports
recexved a medal for hrs bravery ambmon rs
be a truck dnver
Va.rs1ty Basketball 3 4 IV Basketball 1 2 Stage
Crew 1 2 3,4 Gym Club 1 Semor Chorus 2 3 4
LAST YEAR AS J UNIGRS
LILLIAM MAE KLINE
Aprrl 20 1940 L1lly
D1sl1kes Jazz and norsy chrldren
future housewlfe works at Pome
roy s as a salesgrrl usually seen 1n
Northhampton coolung and col
lectmg stamps are her hobbres
Lrbrary Club 1 2 Yearbook4 Irma
murals 1 A 3 Semor Chorus 2 3 4
Bowlmg Club 3 Photography Club 4
THEODORE JOHN KOCH
July 21 1940 Ted
A three letter man regular
v1s1tor to Rrchmond Street lxkes to
study'P'7'7 known for h1S basketball abrlrty
d1S11k6S loud norses enjoys
danc1ng'7'7'P hunnng enthusrast
drrves a hot DeSoto
Soccer 2,3,4 IV Basketball 1 2 Varsrty
Basketball 3,4 Baseball 2 3,4 Senror
H1 Y 2 3 4 Yearbook 4
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March 28 1940 Koss
Devoted hall walker comes late to school
Commercxal student dedicated worke.r""'7
dnves a 41 Ford french fnes and pork chops
are Frank s favorrte foods EIVIS Presley of the
Intramurals 1,2 3 4 Automotrve Club 1 Study Hall
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CLASS RINGS STATE CHAMPS
JOHN EDWIN KUTZ IR.
NOV 23 1940 KUIZIC
Lrves near Crystal Cave pa S
mth Dons John remember when
you recerved your drxver s 11CSl'lSC799
does beautlful woodwork enJoys
plckmg gn gn-ls spends h1s trme
at Rudy s drsllkes commercral sub
jects took over Mr Kl1I1d1S bus1
ness law class on Student Day
Intramurals 1,2,3,4, Bowhng Club 2,
Gym Club lg Study Hall 3.4-
THEODORE CLYDE MAI-ILE
Ian 14 1940 Ted
Artlst of the yearbook does
beautrful water color pamnng
devotee of readmg How about
that' IS lus f3V0l'1IC expresslon et
peeve Jazz plans to be an artist
d1d the o1l paintmgs for the 11
brary classrcal musrc fan
d1s11kes rmpudent people 1l'lIC111
Yearbook Staff 4g Natronal Honor So
cxety 3.4. Intramurals 1,
moms ANN MEALS
May 11 1940 nom
Pmt s1ze Semor fantastrc gxggle patron
manager of the yearbook attends Lenhartsvllle
skatmg rmk took the dnver lrarmng course
very Jumpy regular patron of the p1cn1cs
remember the mp to the slaughter house?
Yearbook 4 Photography Club 2 3 4 Senior Chorus
IN BASKETBALL AND OUR
DOROTHY ELSIE MOYER
Works as a Key Prmch Operator at
Amerrcan Casualty sports an
gagement rrng r1des the Blandon
bus to school adores her mrddle
name'P"9 can we ever forget the tr1p to
Yearbook 4 GIAA 2,3 Press Club 3,4
Gym Club 2 Senior Chorus 2 3 4 Class
Play 3 Student Councrl 1
MERRILL GENE MOYER
Walks the halls owns cleated
shoes steals Bobby s breakfast
lost h1S class r1ng 1n the snow works
at hrs father s feed m11l contrn
ually frghtmg wlth Mr Danrel s
charge of cafetena tokens.
Stage Crew 2 3 4 Soccer 3 4 Sen1or
Chorus 4 Varsrty Basketball 3
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February 25, 1940 "Doti" November 11, 1940 "Squirr1y"
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April 18, 1940 '-R,,Ss--
Student Council President . . . works at the
Acme . . . affable fellow . . . has trouble with his
Mercury . . . announces the bulletin at 12:50 , , ,
has hopes of entering Air Force Academy . . , one
of Mr. K8l'ChCf'S b1'8iI1S . . . member of the 58'ers.
Student COUDCU 1.2,3,4: Class President 1.2: Senior
Class Play 4- Stage Crew 1 2 3 4- Junior Class Play3
CLASS PLAY NOW WE RE
PELLEGRINO JOHN ORLANDO
August 11, 1939 Pelly
Punctualrty IS h1s downfall
spends 98010 of h1s trme m the barber
shop pet peeve Beef attends
school regularly'7'7'7 I was framed IS
h1s pet expressron memorable
mcrdent sorry that s matenal for a
Student Councrl 1 Bowlmg 1 2 3 4
Soccer 1 2 3,4 Intramurals 1 2 3,
RICHARD ARLAN PETERS
November 4 1938 Pete
Plays Rec A basketball boss
of the Senror Class H1 Y Vrce
Presrdent lrkeable fellow
spends most of hrs trme w1th Helen
all around athlete always late for
school act1v1t'y ed1tor of the year
Gym Club 2 Varsrty Basketball 2 3
IV Basketball 1 Class Play 3 4 Year
book 4 Soccer 3
MARILYN MAE PHILLIPS
August 22, 1940 "Maggie"
Treasurer of the Senior class . . . captain of the
color-guard . . . favorite male singer is Pat Boone
. . . co-editor of the Red and White . . . unpre-
dictable . . . picturesque red head . . . funny
sense of humor.
Y-Teens 1, 2,3,4g Yearbook 4g Band 3,43 Senior
Chorus 2,3,4g Intramurals 1,2,3,4g GIAA 1,2,3,4g
Press Club 45 Class Play 3,4.
SENIORS --- AT LAST
RONALD CLAYTON RARICK
February 23 1940 Ronnie
Collects coms one of the few
who took two languages taught
English on Student Day does his
French homework'7"'P detests tests
how about the time Woody Hosty and
you caught chickens for the French
Gym Club 1 2 3,4 Intramurals 1 2
3,4 Class Play 3,4 Yearbook 4
Halloween Social Play 4
EL EANOR CAROL REED
October 31 1940 El y
Secretary to Mr Gemma
Woody s mother in the Class Play
by the way does anyone remember
what happened at the Senior Class Play
mat1nee'?'P'? Carol s companion
can we ever forget the good times we
had with the Plymouth?
Y Teens 1 2 3 4 Press Club 2 4
Library Club 3 Intramurals 1 2 3 4
Chorus 2 3 4 Yearbook 4 Senior Class
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September 4, 1940 Rigsy
Known fu her driving around delivers papers
in her hot Chevy supplies the class with chew
ing gum . talkative person hangs a.round"
in Kutztown . does her homework faithfully
goes home for lunch eats cold chili con came
for breakfast a riot in Mr Kundis' classes
Library 1,2,3,4 Intramurals 1 2 3 4
REMEMBER7 CLASS JACKETS
MARLIN RUSSELL SANDERS
Jury 4, 1940 Goose
Catcher for the baseball team
yearns for Chrcken Pot Pre trou
bled w1th car trouble born with a
bang works hard on the Schaeffer
farm Homeroom President
what s this I heard about you putting
Tinker in the shower?
Iumor High Y 1 Senior Hr Y 2 3 4
Press Club 4 Intramurals 1,2 3
Baseball 3,4 Senior Chorus 4 Year
Apr11 24, 1939 Beef'
Attends 58 parties has a hot'
Oldsmob1le star of the tennis
team has a tendency to bang on
typewnters one of Mr Kerffer s
bowlers seen with the gang' at
the Amoco Stauon always in
trouble memorable mcrdent the
time you went bowling and got caught
Bowlmg Club 1 2 3 4 Tennis 2 3,4
Intramurals 1 2 3 4
LESLIE BERNARD SAWYER
June 23, 1941
Always found rn the mlddle of everythmg
gives the teachers a rough trme drxves a beat
up Dodge has a handrcap m typmg a
leucally mmded tall, lanky senror
blushes eas11y sharp dresser what happened
m Washington when you almost fell out of the wm
Chess and Checkers 1 Int1'amurals 1 2 3 4 Bowlrng
Club 2 Gym Club 3 Basketball 2 3 4 Baseball 3,4
SENIOR CLASS PLAY CLASS TRIP
JOHN M SHEETZ IR
October 22, 1940 Sheetzy
Plays mtramurals never lll
school sports a curl on lus fore
head quret and bashful
Trger rooter pals arotmd wrth
the Pncetown k1ds after gradua
non Sheetzy expects to enter the
serv1ce the flrst day of huntmg
and frshrng season Sheetzy 15 usually
not seen in school
Bowlmg Club 1 3 Automobrle Club 2
Intramurals 2 3 4 Bowlmg Club 4
CARLIN IDELL TANEY IR-
December 18, 1939 Carl
Works m h1s father s general store
manages the baseball team
plays mtramural sports l1ves tn
the country orxgmally from
Norustown amb1t1ous worker
plans to Jom the All' Force bu11ds
models likes to eat always
at home rooter of the basketball
Senror H1 Y 2,3 4 Intramurals 2 3 4
Bowlmg ' 'K 1 Soccerl Baseball
BARBARA MAE WAHI.
January 21 1941 Babs
Head majorette accomplrshed p1an1st
ex employee of Kresge s drrves her father s
Chrysler one of the few who does her French
homework favorrte food lobster tall wrth plenty
of butter appeared too soon 1n the Semor Class
Play f1VC mmutes for question1ng'7'7'7
Y Teens 2 3 4 Senror Chorus 2 3 4 Gym Club 1
Band 3 4 Yearbook 4
SENIOR PROM COMMENCEMENT
ELIN WILLIAMS CARL CHARLES WINK
December 11 1939 W111y
Only Senror not born Ln the Umted
States born rn Huyton LIVBIDOO1
England edxtor of Red and whrte
May Queen her weakness
1S buymg clothes works at the
Hotel desprses people who brag
Elm how do you eat french
toast'7'7'P favor1te food Chlle con
came and chrcken
Press Club A 3 4 Intramurals 1
Senror Chorus 2 3,4 Yearbook 4 Gym
Club 1 GIAA 1
July 27 1940 wmky
Always frghts w1th Zetts
hkes people who tell lum what to do
seen often at West Mam Sueet
member of Stage Crew
ways after Mr Damel s frsh rr
Force 15 Carl s future ambmon
11k6S Ice Skaung
Stage Crew 2 3 4 Senror H1 Y 3 4
Intramurals 1 2,3,4
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DENNIS LARRY WOODLING
Iune 7 1940 Woody
Takes over fust seat U1 trumpet sect1on of band
one of the star asketball players always
on txme for French c1ass'7'7'7 Mother rn the socral
play woo woo klss klss plans to go to
college busmess manager of the yearbook
has an aversron towards loud no1se
Basketball 2 3,4 G0lf2 3 4 Class Play 3,4 Year
AND ALL THE FUN WE VE HAD
BARBARA HELEN ZETTLEMOYER
November 10 1940 Zetue
NICE personalrty quret Semor
blushes easxly 222 Food
Market 1S Zettres s place of employ
ment very good German student
loathes Elvis Presley
tended country school taught Mrs
Moyer s Englxsh classes on Student Day
always at home
Press Club 2 Chorus 2 3 Lrbrary Club
3 4 Yearbook4 Intramurals 1 2,3 4
Bowlmg Club 1
ROBERT LEE ZETTLEMOYER
January 21, 1941 Zetts
Class strmulus pantomrmed to
You are my Desuny for the talent
assembly plays varsrty basketball
scream rn the class play May
Km buddres w1th Wmkre and
Norman don t ever forget the trme
you and Wrnkle threw the bubble gum
1nto Mrs Landrs f1Sh bowl
Senror H1 Y2 3 4 Chorus2 3 4
Basketball 2 3 4 Yearbook 4 Student
Councrl 1 Class Play 3,
.., -Pura . up A-Apple.
Band 1,2,3,4g Chorus 2,3,4g Senior Hi-Y 2,3,4g
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THE ADVISOR S ADDRESS TO THE PASSING SENIORS
Be tt known that thrs publlcatron was produced for the pur
pose of presenttng a ptcture of scholasttc and soctal actrvttles
of those who are attendtng thts edtfrce of learntng Be tt also
known thatthose who have reached the fmal stage of trarnrng
Kmghthood or Semors are about to embark on an even greater
adventure that of lrfe and all tts trtals and trtbulatlons It ts
the hope and desrre of all the teachers that these people wrll
succeed rn whatever they may attempt to do tf they have the
destre to search for therr place rn ltfe Thts search may be
trrrng and even seem unendlng but the wtll to succeed will
never stop tf the destre ts strong
As one ofthe members of the great roundtable of mstructors
I hereby proclarmthat thrs book be used for the purpose of re
calltng those memorles whtch each student wtll enjoy relrvtng
as he pages through th1s volume of past adventures
May your path rn ltfe lead you to the goal which you de
Ruthann Baer s grft of gab to Geraldrne Schlegel
Robert Barley s thmness to Robert Bllger
Mlrtam Borrell s clupmonk to Mary Lou Krtner
Kenneth Buck s typmg ab1l1ty to Joan Kramer
Dxane Conrad s long walks to school to Ann Dretnch.
Ruth Davrs 4 H steer to Joan Seaman
Barbara Delcamp's laugh to Mr Douglas Stauffer
Barbara Eastland s handwrmng to Marlon Long
Dale Fegely wrlls Mr Kundls to whoever wants htm
Ernest Flnk s Volkswagon to Richard Hottensteln
LaRue Greenawalt s shop ab1l1ty to Mr Kxeffer
Norman Gundrum s dnvrng abtlrty to Mary Ann Camrlh
Kathryn Heckman s French newspapers to June Phrlllps
Russell Helter s trapplng ab1l1ty to Jensen Adam
Joyce Hmkle s dancmg ab1l1ty to Wellrngton Strause
Lmcoln Hoffa s engrneer boots to Harry Borrell
Thomas Host's good goal klcks to Kenneth Bmgaman
Ann Judd s Shorthand ab1l1ty to Joanna Miller
Dennrs Kerm s permxts to Ronald Delp
Llllian Kl1ne's d1amond to Susie Dasher
Theodore Koch s basketball ab1l1ty to Paul Burgert
Frank Kosmerl's dnvmg ab1l1ty to Danlel Serdel
John Kutz busmess law problems to L1ll1an Rrssmrller
Theodore Mahle s art ab1l1ty to Larry Althouse
Dons Meals fnendlxness to Roy Madenford
Dorothy Moyer s mrddle name to Joan Gehert
Merrrll Moyer s roammg tn the halls to Ronald Stump
Russell Nerder s grrl troubles to Delbert Emertch
Pellegrlno Orlandos tardrness to Rlchard Koller
Rrchard Peters class troubles to next year s Pres1dent
Manlyn Ph1ll1ps bluslung to Donna Dunkelberger
Ronald Rartck s physlque to Alston Brooks
Eleanor Reed s herght to Barbara Phillips
Carolyn R1ssm1ller s chewrng gum to Carolyn Trexler
Marlm Sanders car troubles to Dallas Keller
Robert Santangelo s bra1ns to Darryl Wentzel
John Sheetz' curl to Albert Rauch
Leslre Sawyer s car to anyone who ll take It
Ca.r11n Taney s flat top to Melvrn Barley
Barbara Wahl s marchmg abllrty to next head maJorette
Elin Willrams petxteness to Mary Melvrlle
Carl Wrnk s speedrng uckets to Joan Kramer
Dennts Woodlrng s trumpet to Joby Constetn
Barbara Zettlemoyer s daydreamrng to Robert Schnable
Robert Zettlemoyer s pantomrmlng to Dale Conrad
The 58 partles to the fellows of 59
The gurls of 58 wrll themr studrousness to the guls of 59
The yearbook staff w1l1s thelr ab1l1ty to get rnto trouble
to next year s staff
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The Fleetwood High Cheerleaders, coached by Mrs, Jane Yoder, did a splendid job cheering the teams through
their '57-'58 season, They will be dressed in red skirts, white blouses with black vests, These lasses are to be
highly commended for their efforts in trying to keep the crowd cheering the teams on to victory, The girls who
made up the squad were Nancy Bauer, Vivian Wahl, Delores Camilli, Sylvia Weidner, Regina Rhodes and Mary
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D. Woodling, M. Moyer. Second row: F. DeLillo, R. Schnabel, D. Keller, R. Koller, R. Madenford, K. Binga-
man, F. Gieringer, T. Gottschalk, K. Adams, A. Rauch, R. Delp, manager. Third row: W. Waters, L. E. Hess,
E. Shuman, D. Mayer, MI. Postetter, coach, R. Stump, J. Constein, L. V. Hess, E. Hinkle, R. Peters, score-
The Fleetwood High School Soccer Team under the coaching of Mr. Richard Postetter had a mild season.
Due to the strong competition this year, the team ended the season with a fair record. Although it was not up
to par, the boys showed their good sportsmanship in every game.
fifty-four MERRILL TED LES
OPPONENTS FHS VISITORS
Brandywine 1 2
Oley 0 1
Conrad Weiser 1 2
Keimy making Kutztown 1 1
a goal Penn Bernville 1 0
Mt. Penn 0 1
Bethel 2 1
Perry 0 3
Schuylkill Valley O 1
Reading 1 1
Hamburg 2 4
Daniel Boone 0 4
Pete Eddie making a save
E. Hess 1
Tom, Ron and Les The Team
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Position Class DENNIS WOODLING
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DAIKYL WENTZEL KENNY KNGAHAN
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First row, left to right: D, Emerick, E, Schuman, M. Sanders, R, Madenford, R, Koller, D, Wentzel, Second
row: R, Peters, manager, R, Spengler, L, Althouse, L. Sawyer, T. Koch, R, Rarick, K. Bingaman, Mr. Catello
Baseball, which is one our spring sports, is also coached by Mr. Catello Gemma. With Coach Gemma at the
helm, the boys learn that baseball is not only a game which offers stiff competition, but requires fast and accu-
rate thinking and perfect timing.
First row, left to right: D. Keller, D, Heller. Second row: R. Dietrich, D, Woodling, D. Mayer, Mr. Paul
Since we've had a golf team, it has been doing very well, All of our marches, played at the Berkleigh
Country Club, are with other Berks County schools. With an ardent golf fan like Mr, Kercher supervising them,
they can't lose,
First row, left to right: L. Smith, L. O'Neil, K, Schlegel, Second row: R. Santangelo, F, Delillo, Mr, Ralph
Kieffer, advisor, A. Rauch, T. Host,
We hope that this year our tennis team will have a more successful season than in the previous years, Under
the very able coaching of Mr. Ralph Kieffer, we are hoping that the team will go far in the Berks County Tennis
CARYL STULL IOAN KRAMER ROSALIE MANMILLER
MRS JANE YODER
MARY ANN CAMILLI LORRAINE HUYETTE LINDA WEAVER
Amred rn whrte blouses red vests and skrrts our cheerleaders make a smkrng prcture on the fl
. gym oor
These gurls work very hard to support our I V 's Under the dlrectron of Mrs Jane Yoder the grrls make u
rherr own cheers The members of the cheenng squad are Mary Ann Camllh Caryl Stull Lrnda Weaver Rosahe
Manmrller Lorraine Huyette and Joan Kramer
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A TRIBUTE TO THE
1957 STATE CHAMPIONSHIP
Fleetwood has a team tlus year
It takes all others wrthout fear
From the frrst w1th Muhlenberg
To the last wrth Wrllramsburg
They have fought and won and lost
But are good sports at any cost
Burkett 15 the prvot man
Lenhart makes theu skrn tum an
Gardner gets the hrgh rebounds
Whlle Peters moves so fast around
Koch and Hoch are two great shots
Frrst three teams for DISUICI Three
Proved they weren t as good as we
Then came the defendrng state team
But our boys showed us they were on the beam
One more w1n and now thxs rs the work
Come on Txgers beat Wxlhamsburg'
Ronald C Rarrck
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Our Senior Class play was entitled "The Able Miss Cain" and was directed by Mr. Herbert Erb.
The hilarious story unfolds when the Prescotts learn that Leaper's rich, eccentric Aunt Molly Cain is visiting
all her kin in turn, with the object of leaving her fortune to the most needy nephew, In order to capture Aunt
Molly's hundred thousand dollars, Elinor Prescott commands that the family must play poverty-stricken.
At last Aunt Molly arrives - and the moment she takes over, hilarity rocks the rafters.
Elinor Prescott - -
Leaper Prescott -
Cheryl Prescott -
Petey Prescott - -
Mary Jo Jennings - -
Mamie Magoon -
Gussie Smoot - -
Jed Lawford - - -
Orpha Van Ostade
Alvie Van Ostade
Mrs. Pilsburg Livermore - -
Aunt Molly Cain -----
Issy Finklestein -
Mille. Fifi ----
- - - -RICHARD PETERS
- - LA RUE GREENAWALT
- - - BARBARA WAHL
- - - -RUTH DAVIS
- - MARILYN PHILLIPS
- RONALD RARICK
- - - -ELEANOR REED
- - DENNIS WOODLING
- KA THRYN HECKMAN
- BARBARA EASTLAND
- - RUSSELL NEIDER
-' - RUTHANN BAER
What a day that was! The last minute checks for your properties, studying your lines and wishing everyone
good luck, Finally the time for our matinee came, Everybody was nervous, the tension was high, then the cur-
tain opened with Zetts and his hypnotism book on stage. From then until all the chairs fell and the coffee table
broke backstage, everything was all right. But we soon recovered and the play progressed, We thought that the
matinee was a dismal flop, but we worked all the harder for the "big" night when our parents and friends would
see us, That night soon came. We broke tradition by beginning the play a few minutes ahead of time, All the
nerves that were on edge were soon calmed by the apparent success of the play at the end of Act I. Act II came
and went with Mrs. Livermore and Aunt Molly on the scene. Finally Act III and the climax, Our "apparent
success" proved to be definite success. The jubilation showed on our faces as we left the school for the Jolly
Roger Restaurant for something to eat.
We will long remember that night of nights, when a thought-to-be flop turned into a huge success.
CLASS PL Y
Ronme and Zetts The Entire Cast Ann and Bobby
Pele Bobby Ruth1e Zetts and Russ Zetts Zetts and Baba
Ruth Zetts LaRue Woody and Ruth Ruth Ron Babs
LaRue Bobby Zeng and Babs Zetrs and Ruth Ann Babs and Maggy
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UNIOR CLASS PLAY
Barbara Dowson is the director and Prime "motivator" of a group of young people trying to raise
money for a Youth Center to combat 'juvenile defeceincy, " as Myrtle, one of the group, calls it. Poor
Myrtle! Her foot is rarely out of her mouth. Also aiding and abetting Barbara are Nancy, the wise-
crackerg Rosalie, who was born with a dessert spoon in her mouth: Marye Anne, the local prima donna:
Joe Pepperoneg a transplanted tree from Hooklyng Jim and I-lildy, opponents of the dull momentg and
Sven and Squid, Barbara 's mcre-or-less steadies.
When a sudden rain storm breaks up the first rehearsal of "A Midsummer Night 's Dream, " their
choice of a play, the young people take refuge in a long-deserted theater on the estate of Norman
Courtenay, the town's eccentric millionaire. 'Long-deserted?" By humans, yes! But not by a ghost
which plagues rehearsals, and nearly keeps the show from going on. But the best laid plans of mice
and ghosts gang agley, when such determined ladies as Barbara enter the picture. Bucking Mr. Courte-
nay's refusal to permit use of his theater is a different matter, though.
How Barbara unmasks the villain, who turns out to be not such a villain after all, and the hilarious
presentation of the 'Pryamus and Thisby" portion of Shakespeare's beloved comedy, form the climax of
this test-performed play.
Rosalie Tobin - -
Barbara Dowson - -
Joe Pepperoni - -
Squid Collins - - -
Nancy Newcomb -
Hildy Dowson - -
Sven Svensen - -
lim Eldren -----
Marye Anne Reeves
Edwin Drew ----
- - KATHY HECKMAN
- DENNIS WOODLING
- - - RUTHANN BAER
- - MARILYN PHILLIPS
- - - -RUSS NEIDER
- - RICHARD PETERS
' ' JOYCE HINKLE
- - KENNY BUCKS
- - - RONNIE RARICK
' - 'BARBARA WAHL
SCVCHIVIW0 Joyce and Kenny Ann, Kathy, Woody and LaRue Joyce and Ann
The Halloween Social is designed forthe purpose of obtaining suf-
ficient funds for the Senior Class.
The grades from 7 to 11 sponsor different concessions for the enter-
tainment ofthe towns people prior to a one-act play and a dance pre
sented by the Senior Class.
This year the play was "Mama's Getting Married" by Jay Tobias.
The play and dance was a big success due to the co-operation by
We, the Senior Class, would like to take this opportunity to thank
everyone for their help and support,
Ruthie, Pete, and Ann Barbara, Doris, and Kathy
and friend Mary Lou and Merrill ZCIIS Silld Ruth
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T DE T DAY
Every year Student Day is held under the auspices of the Student Council to give the seniors experi-
ence in teaching. The seniors more or less "take over" the school.
The following seniors assumed the duties of the different departments: Barbara Delcamp, Eleanor
Reed, Dennis Kiem, John Kutz and Carlin Taney - Businessg Barbara Eastland and Ruth Davis - Social
Studiesg Kathryn Heckman, Les Sawyer and Marlin Sanders - Physical Educationg Dennis Woodling -
Musicg Russell Neider and Thomas Host - Sciencesg Barbara Wahl and Ronald Rarick - Englishg Robert
Santangelo and Merrill Moyer - Industrial Arts: Miriam Borrell - Artg LaRue Greenawalt and Lillian
Kline - Home Economics: Norman Gundrum - Driver Trainingg Barbara Zettlemoyer - Library Science
Marilyn Phillips - Guidance: Emest Fink and Ruthann Baer - Languagesg Richard Peters was Supervising
Principal: Robert Zettlemoyer was Principal and Ann Judd was Secretary.
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BOOSTER D Y
A special day is set aside every year to encourage school spirit. This day is called Booster Day. It is
customary to wear red and white on this day. Booster Day is sponsored by Student Councils The cheer-
leaders take charge, leading the entire student body in cheers. The J.V. and Varsity teams participate
in activities bestowed on them by the Student Council representatives. The new teachers are then infor-
Mrs. Landis and Darryl Roy Madenford The Band Merrill
wemzei jitterbugging Skipping rope d0ir1s push-ups
Les in the The Color Guard W00dy in 21 Delly and Joyce in
stockade Cookie eating homeroom
Keimy doing 3 Kenny in homeroom Russ in homeroom Mum in
Seated: Robert Zettlemoyer, May King, Elin Williams, May Queen. Standing, left to right: Doris Meals, K
Joyce Hinkle, Ruthann Baer, Marilyn Phillips, Kathryn Heckman, Maid of Honor, Barbara Wahl.
The King, Queen and Court are chosen from the Senior class by the students from grades seven to
twelve. These eight are generally conceded to be the most popular in the class.
Their duties are to preside at the Senior Farewell Prom and at any May festivities.
This year the queen is an attractive little English miss, Elin Williams.
The king, who is the class comedian and, in addition, very handsome, is Robert Zettlemoyer.
The court consists of Kathryn Heckman, Maid of Honor, Ruthann Baer, Barbara Wahl, Joyce l-Iinkle,
Marilyn Phillips, and Doris Meals.
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Seated, left to right: R. Peters, B. Wahl, R. Madenford, M. Camilli, R. Neider, L. Huyett, K. Heckman, N.
Gundrurn. Second row: T. Rathman, B. Natress, R. Greenawalt, A. Yenser, K. Kehm, S. Hoyer, D. Camilli,
C. Fizz. Third row: W. Kachel, J. Kramer, J. Seaman, E, Schaeffer, J. Hoch, S. Sands, Mr. Daniels, Advi
sor. Fourth row: D. Bubbenmoyer, R. Delp, K. Bingaman, D. Wentzel, S. Young, B. McKently.
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President ---- ------------ R USSELL NEIDER
Vice President - - - MARY ANN CAMILLI
Secretary - - - - - LORRAINE HUYETTE
Treasurer - - - - - ROY MADENFORD
The purpose of the Student Council is to foster better student-faculty relationships, to uphold
school spirit and good sportsman-appreciation for our way of life and to maintain fellowship among
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First row, left to right: R. Baer, A. Judd, E. Williams, M. Phillips, E. Reed, J. Hinkle. Second row: B. East-
land, N. Bauer, D. Moyer, B. Delcamp, G. Brumbach, I, Klinesmith, J. Humer, D. Reeser. Third row: Mr.
Stauffer, advisorg K. Schlegel, D. Emerich, L. Althouse, H. Borrell, R. Peters, M. Sanders, Mr. Kundis, ad-
visor, Absent when picture was taken: L. Greenawalt, M. Melville, W. Stzrause, C. Stull, M. Rader, S. Dasher.
M. Hoffman, J. Schaeffer.
Editor - - - - ELIN WILLIAMS
C0-Editor - - - - MARILYN PHILLIPS
C0-Editor - - - - MARLHSIE HOFFMAN
The purpose of this organization is to inform the students of events, past and present, through
the Red and White, our school paper.
First row, left to right: M. Long, K. Heckman, R. Baer, M. Kriner, Mrs, Joann Landis, advisor. Second row:
C, Wagenhurst, R. Davis, B. Wahl, E. Reed, M, Phillips, A. Judd, N. Bauer. Third row: R, Kerper, L. Huyette,
J. Gehret, V, Wahl, J. Seaman, S, Dasher. Fourth row: N. Schaeffer, L. Davis, C. Rothermel, J, Kleinsmith,
J. Kleinsmith. Fifth row: C. Stull, C. Trexler, T, Wagner, J, Phillips, M. Camilli,
- GFFICERS 0-
President ---- ----- R UTHANN BAER
Vice President - - - - KATHRYN HECKMAN
Secretary ---- ----- lv 1AR.lON LONG
Treasurer - - - - MARY LOU KRINER
The Y-Teens members are an ambitious group of girls interested in the welfare of school, home and community
They promote friendship, build character and establish a Christian way of life in the afore-mentioned.
"To build a fellowship of women and girls devoted to the task of realizing in our common life those ideals of
personal and social living ro which we are committed, by our faith as Christians" is their creed.
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First row, left to right: R, Peters, Mr, F, Daniels, advisory H. Borrell, M, Sanders, W, Strause, F. Delillo,
Second row: R, Madenford, N. Gundrum, R. Zettlemoyer, D. Woodling, E. Fink, T. Koch, T. Host, K, Bing-
aman, Third row: R, Keller, W, Waters, L. Althouse, A. Rauch, A, Brooks, L, O'Neil, D, Wentzel, Fourth
row: T, Beard, D, Adams, R. Stump, D. Becker, I. Constein, G. Stump. Fifth row: R. Ahrens, R, Dreibelbis,
K, Shankweiler, K, Adam,
- OFFICERS -
President ---- - MARLIN SANDERS
Vice President - - - - - RICHARD PETERS
Secretary ---- - WELLINGTON STRAUSE
Treasurer - - ----- HARRY BARRELL
Chaplain - - - - FRANK DELILLO
"The purpose of this organization is to create, maintain, and extend high standards of Christian character
thoughout the school and community, and I hereby subscribe to the principles of the organization and agree to do
my best to further the above,"
An annual event of the Hi-Y is Christmas caroling by the combined Hi-Y and Y-Teens. They also attend
different denominational church services and professional basketball games,
First row, left to right: T. Gottschalk, R. Santangelo, Mr, P. Kercher, advisorg F Geirrnger I Althouse
Second row: J. Ging. I. Weidner, A, Link, S, Lowry, W, Wentzel, G. Wert. Thud row E Hinkle R
Meitzler, L. V. Hess, L. E, Hess. J. Lush, G. Ebling. Fourth row: D, Weidner, D Bubbenmoyer A Eckroat
President - - - - -RICHARD SANTANGELO
Vice President - - - - FREDRICK GIERINGER
Secretary - - ----- I AMES ALTHOUSE
Treasurer - - - - THOMAS GOTTSCHALK
Junior Hi-Y is an organization for the boys of junior high school age. The principles of tht club are formulated
by the Y,M,C,A, Membership, affords social, recreational, and character-building advantages Mr Paul Kerchcr
directs thc group.
First row, left to right: B. Zettlemoyer, B. Eastland, Mrs. Barbara l-lissam, advisor, L. Herbein, N. Gehris.
Second row: B. Phillips, A. Dietrich, D. Phillips, D. Scheidt, J. Schaeffer, L. Rissmiller, E. Emore. Third
row: J. Gundrum, S. Rhoads, S, Shildt, B. Mayer, I. Balsbough. Fourth row: N. Trexler, M. Dietrich, K.
Naugle, M, Burgert, S. Reitnauer. Fifth row: W. Counts, P, Williams, J. Messersmith.
- OFFICERS -
President - - - - - BARBARA EASTLAND
Vice President - - ------ LINDA HERBEIN
Secretary ---- - -BARBARA ZETTLEMOYER
Treasurer - - ------ NANCY GEHRIS
The Library Club, guided by Mrs, Barbara Hissam, makes good use of its club periods by cleaning the library,
reading, reviewing new books, mending old books and shelf-reading.
Each year the Library Club sponsors a dance for the benefit of CARE. Through CARE, they send books to foreign
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First row, left to right: M. Melville, E, Yob, Mr, William Wentzel, advisorg J. Adams, M. Bailey, Second
row: T, Sweitzer, H, Moyer, D. Seidel, D, l-leffner, K, Heck. Third row: L. Bieber. J. Burnham, D. Mayer,
This club is under the direction of Mr, Wentzel, In it the members learn more about the facts concerning
science by performing experiments, reading material on the subject and by viewing science movies. Science is
so much a part of our world today, that without a knowledge of it, we would be unable to cope with the problem
of our daily life,
First row, left to right: M. Borrell, D. Meals, L. Greenawalt, L. Kline, D. Conrad. Second row: J. Keller,
R, Greenawalt, J, Lutz, W, Smith, C. Fizz, R. Landis, M. Noll. Third row: C. Stull, M. Radar, C, Rothermel
M, Smith, K, Moore, E, Schaeffer. Fourth row: P, Rabena, T, Moyer, D. Gehret, D, Christ, S, Young, G,
Shenk. Absent: Mr. David Mell, advisor,
The students' interests are created and stimulated in photography, They learn the fundamentals of taking and
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First row, left to right: V, Wahl, R. Baer, M. Phillips, I. Schaeffer, Second row: S, Weidner, P, Fishpaw,
M, Dietrich, P, Williams, D, I-lohl, Third row: P, Marks, M. Melville, D, Dunkelburger, Mrs, Yoder, advisor.
4 OFFICERS A-
President - - - ------ MARILYN PHILLIPS
Vice President - - - - RUTHANN BAER
Secretary - - - - - JANICE SCI-IAFFER
Secretary - - - - - VIVIAN WAI-IL
The purpose of the Girls' Intramural Athletic Association is to sponsor cooperation and sportsmanship among
the youth of our school, Under the direction of Mrs. Yoder, the girls compile the points received in the intra-
mural games which go toward a chenille letter after your Senior year.
ELIIN BARBARA and KATHY MAGGY and ELLY
First row, left to right: Mr, Kieffer, advisorg R, Dietrich, P, Orlando, D, Dunkleberger, K. Bucks, J, Sheetz,
Second row: M, LaFaver, J, Phillips, R, Bucks, J, Korb, H, Krumanocker, R, Santangelo, L. Glausser, K.
Reifinger, Third row: L. Bossler, B, Burkert, M, Burnt, A, Dietrich, R, Bailey, J, Hoch, R, Manmiller, Fourth
row: J, Snyder, D,'Adams, D, Emerich, J, Dietrich, L, Sawyer, R. Spengler, S. Hoyer.
The bowling club is designed mainly for the purpose of teaching the art of bowling to the beginners, and to
entertain those who already know how to bowl,
With Mr. Ralph Kieffer at its head, everyone has fun.
First row, left to right: M, Melville, B, Eastland, Mr, Herbert Erb, advisor, R. Baer, A, Judd, Second row: L,
Althouse, D. Emerich.
There is one negative and one affirmative speaker from the participating schools on the panel. After the panel
has concluded their argument, they are then open to questions from the floor,
l N TIONAL HONOR
First row, left to right: Mr. Thomas Klopp, advisor, Theodore Mahle, Barbara Eastland, Ruthann Baer,
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
The emblem of the National Honor Society is the Keystone and Flaming Torch. The keystone bears the letters
S, L, C, and S, which signify the four principles of its organizationg Scholarship, Leadership, Character and Service.
The keystone is placed by the builder to symbolize the high ideals of this society. The flaming torch is the emblem
of its purpose, to bear forward the light of truth, to lead that others may follow in the light, to keep burning in
our school a high ambition for the enduring values of life.
The National Honor Society is under the supervision of Thomas A. Klopp.
left to right: 1. Kramer, S. Dasher, J, Seaman, G. Brumbach, A. Seyler, T. Wagner, V. Wahl, J.
Trexler, I. Phillips. Second row: B. Phillips, D. Koller, L. Rissmiller, M. Hoffman, M. Camilli, M.
Kriner, E. Emote, N. Bauer, C. Wagenhurst. Third row: L. Huyett, D. Dunkelburger, J. Gehret, K. Reifinger,
L. Davis, N. Schaeffer, M. Melville, D. Schiedt, E. Yob, L. Herbein, J. Miller,'D. Phillips, I.
Fourth row: L. O'Neil, A. Rauch, K. Bingaman, H. Borrel, D. Seidel, R. Stump, J. Constein, L.
K. Henry, D. Conrad, R. Koller, W. Strause.
The students in Senior Chorus, under the direction of Mr. Curvous Stauffer, learn to pro
perly harmmize their voices when accompanied by others. Included in the functions of the
First row, left to right: P. Gordon, M. Borrell, D. Moyer, K. Heckman, A. Judd, E. Reed, B. Delcamp, L.
Kline, J. Hinkle, L. Hinkle. Second row: B. Wahl, B. Burgert, E. Williams, D. Conrad, J. Humer, S. Weidner,
C, Rothermel, D. Reiser, M. Lorah, N. Gehris, L. Weaver, A. Dietrich, J. Hoch, M. Phillips, R. Baer. Third
row: K. Schlegel, R. Ahrens, R. Huyette, G. Stump, W. Waters, E. Fink, R. Delp, N. Gundrum, B. McKent1y,
L. Smith, D. Adams, Mr. Stauffer, advisor. Fourth row: R. Kopfer, E. Shuman, C. Wink, I.. Sawyer, R. Neider,
T. Host, R. Zettlemoyer, D. Woodling, R. Peters, D. Keim, M. Moyer, M. Sanders.
Senior Chorus, this year, was to raise money for chorus gowns. They also participated in county
chorus, presented concerts, and sang at high school assemblies.
First row, left to right: T. Sheetz, T. Sweitzer, B. Schnabel, I. Althouse, W. Kachel, R. Meitzler, H. Weber,
D. Smith, D. Weidner, A. Weidner, J. Adams. Second row: S. Hoyer, D. Bedard, J. Heiter, P. Fishpaw, I.
Snyder, M. Burgert, A. Dietrich, D. Kemmerer, J. Gundrum, I. Lutz, W. Smith, L. Woods. Third row: I. Gun-
d.rum, S. Stahler, J. Spatz, U. Delp, J. Englebright, D. Hohl, A. Zettlemoyer, J. Schaeffer, R. Spangler, P.
Brown, E. Hertzog, K. Moore.. C. Fizz. Fourth row: T. Meals, E. Hinkle, G. Ebling, E. Koch, L. E. Hess, S.
Heilman, L. V. Hess, T. Gotrschalk, F. Geiringer, K. Hoffman, E. Madenford. Absent from picture: Mrs, Frey.
Under the supervision of Mrs. M. Frey, the Junior Chorus learns to harmonize properly in order
that they may be prepared for the Senior High Chorus. This chorus participates in concerts and
First row, left to right: L. Arnold, S. Adams, J. Brown, L. Erb, D. Koch, S. Grimm, F. Keiffer, S. Mathias,
M. Henderson. Second row:'S. Kuzan, S. Schlegel, A. Rhoads, I. Messersmith, P. Williams, I. Schlegel, D.
Long, I. Braucher, W. Counts, N. Trexler, M. Lutz, E. Moyer. Third row: C. Dreibelbis, R. Landis, G. Koch,
I. Mertz, M. Eckroat, S. Rhoads, K. Kehm, P. Hohl, K. Naugle, P. Spatz, R. Greenawalt. Fourth row: G.
Weidner, G. Wert, L. Spayd, R. Delp, T. Kachel, W. Stoudt, J. Keller, H. Sheetz, T. Rathman, D. Rathman,
R. Huyette. Absent from picture: Mrs. M. Frey.
high school assemblies.
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First row, left to right: M. Phillips, S. Dasher, C. Fizz, L. Weaver, B, Wahl, R. Rhoads, S. Weidner, M. Long, K.
Heckman. Second row: L. Huyette, A. Rauch, D. Smith, J. Gehret, R. Wessner, N. Bauer, S. Kurtz, V. Wahl. I. Wahl
J. Seamen, R. Huyette. Third row: S. Heffner, M. Camilli, L. Erb, L. Woods, C. Trexler, W. Kachel, L. Davis,
L. Althouse, J. Adams, I. Schaeffer, I. Brown, B. Fritzinger, N. Schaeffer. Fourth row: S. Stahler, K. Kehm, J.
Schlegel, U. Delp, M. Hoffman, R. Koller, N. Giuidrum, R. Stump, S. Heilman, D. Woodling, K. Bingaman,
R. Huyette, K. Schlegel, L. Hinkle, T. Sheetz, T. Rathman, D. Rathman. Fifth row: D. Kemmerer, H. Sheetz,
J. Kramer, B. McKent1y, R. Schnabel, I. Stump, E. Fink, T. Host, D, Conrad, D. Wentzel, L. Smith, J. Kel-
ler, D. Conrad, Mr. C. Stauffer, Director.
The purpose of the Fleetwood High School Senior Band is to teach the students the art of
working together musically. Some of their activities include marching in parades, presenting
concerts, participating in County Band, and playing in the school assemblies.
First row, left to right: D. Deysher, R. Boyer, B. Seaman, L. Shade, L. Strauss, S. Lenhart, D. Smith. Second
row: C. Wilson, T. Kurzweg, T. Yeich, D. Smith, B. Fies, K. Brown. Third row: Mr. Stauffer, Advisor. D.
Woodling. T. Wmsner, R. Wanner, I. Smith, L. Sheetz, D. Smith.
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M188 Lajoyce S Adam
Mr Charles Anderson
Dr M A AUSt1n
MISS Ruthann Baer
Dr Thomas Barnett
Mrs Bess1e Bartholomew
Dr Roy Bast
Mr Rodney Beard
Mr and Ivlrs Arthur Borrell
MISS M1r1am Borrell
Mr Earl Bossler
Mr Jack Burggraf
lvhss Mary Ann Cam1ll1
Nlr Dan1el Chr1st
MISS D1ane Conrad
Dr H S Cook
Dr Thomas Cosgrove
Mr and Mrs Carl Cronarth
MISS Josephlne Cronarth
M183 June Cronarth
M1ss Sarah Cronarth
Mr Frank E Dan1els
Mr and Mrs Luthur T Dav1s
Ivhss Ruth Dav1s
M1ss Barbara Ann Delcamp
and Mrs W1ll1am Delcamp
r Rlchard B Delp
r Ralph D1etr1ch
r James Doherty
r Edward Dunkelberger
Nhss Barbara Eastland
Dr and Mrs Theodore Eastland
Mr Theodore Eastland Jr
MISS Jane L Englebrlght
r and Mrs Herbert L Erb
Mr Dale Fegely
and Mrs Irw1n Fegely
Mrs Lester Fegely
r Ernest Flnk
1' and Mrs John F1nk
Ivlr Lamar Fltzgerald
Dr John Focht
Nlr Thomas Gallagher
Dr W1ll1am Glasser
M1ss Leona Glauser
Dr S P Gl1Ck
Mr James R Gottschalk
M1ss LaRue Greenawalt
and Nlrs Lester R Greenawalt
and Ivlrs Aaron Gundrum
and Mrs Robert Haag
and Nlrs Earl HaWklHS
and Mrs Arthur J Heckman
M1SS Kathy Heckman
Mr Russell L Helter
Mr James H1nkle
M1ss Joyce Hmkle
Llncoln A Hoffa
S S Huntsberger
Mrs FIQHCISW Hussey
M1ss Lorra1ne Huyett
Dr C C J1mmerson
M1ss Ann Judd
and Ivlrs Harry E Judd Sr
and Mrs Paul C Kercher
M1ss L1ll1an Kl1ne
Mr and Nlrs Thomas A Klopp
Ivlr Ted Koch
Mrs Paul Koller
P S Kutra
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Mr Marlm Sanders
M1ss Nancy Sanders
r and Ivirs Russell Sanders
r and Ivlrs Joseph Santangelo
r Robert Santangelo
M1ss Anna Machrner
lvlr Theodore Mahle
Dr T J Manuszak
Mr and Mrs Clyde Meals
M1ss Dor1s Meals
Mr and Mrs H1ram Meals
Mr Kenneth Meals
Mr Terry Meals
M1ss Barbara McKentley
Dr W1ll1am Mc Klnney
M1ss Joanne Nhller
Mr John Mlller
M1ss Dorothy E1 Moyer
and lvlrs Elmer H Moyer
and Mrs Harold Ne1der
Pellegrlno John Orlando
Joseph S Pendleton III
r Robert Schnabel
A J Schwartz
r W1ll1am B Snfuth
Mrs Fr ed Snyder
Mrs Paul Snyder
M1ss Suzanne Snyder
MISS Helen Spayd
John O Stolz
r Paul K Stolz
r and Mrs Curvous Stauffer Jr
r Douglas A Stauffer
r Warr en Stuber
Harry S Troyen
M1ss Barbara Wahl
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Dr G E S Pett1S
Mr and Mrs Andrew Ph1ll1ps
M1ss Mar1lyn Ph1ll1ps
Dr Lewls Pollack
Mr and Mrs Rlchard D Pr1ce
Mr and Mrs Clayton S Reed
M1ss Eleanor C Reed
M1ss Kathleen Relflnger
Nhss Carolyn R1ssrn1ller
Mr and Mrs George RObaSk1
M1ss Carol Rotherrnel
Dr Stanley Rozanskl
Dr Herman Rudolph
M1ss Conme Ann Wesner
Mr Robert Wesner
M1ss E1111 Wllllams
Mr Carl W1nk
Mr Dennls Woodlmg
Mr and Ivlrs Lawrence WOOdl1n0
Mrs Edythe Yoder
Mrs Jane M Yoder
M1ss Arllne Zettlemoyer
M135 Barbara Zettlemoyer
Mr and Mrs Calv1n Zettlemoyer
M1ss Nancy Zettlernoyer
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