Tri Valley High School - Comitus Yearbook (Valley View, PA)

 - Class of 1956

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Juniata College Kutztown State Catawba College Teachers College Pennsylvania State University English Civics, Science Industrial Arts Beatrice Huntzinger Clair Klees Janet Knohr, B-5- Posse-Nisson School Bloomsburg State KutZt0WN State of Physical Education Teachers College Teachers College Physical Education, Health History, Geography English fx," ' H Q cr an i . Allen Diehl, B.S. Kutztown State Teachers College English Laura L. Gemberling, Susquehanna University Vocal Music' Robert Lewis, B.S West Chester Teachers Colle Health. Physical ge "'lII'llHIllIE II IIIG WVIIHIIIIEIIEIILSM mcunv Robelt E Rhoads BS Isabelle Rummel BS MS Harlan E. Schlegel BS LeRoy Smeltz BS West Chester State MISSISSIPPI State 53011939 Kutztown State Pennsylvanla State Teachers College f0I' WOUICH Teachers College Unlverslty Pennsylvanla State Un1vers1ty Instrumental Muszc Home Economzcs Hwtory Agp wulture Ruth I Snyder BS Ambrose Starr BS MEd Alice Super BA MA Ray Troutman AB Kutztown State Flanklln and Marshall Pennsylvania State Lebanon Valley Teachers College College Unlversxty College Unxverslty of Pennsylvania Lzbrwy Matlumatws Guzdanof Ar POD Bzology Hwtory Sf' 'qua--4' kv' Daniel Welkel BS Fred Wlllxams Albert F W1ll1er AB Edwm H Zergler AB MS Bloomsburg State Beckley College Franklin and Marshall Lebanon Valley Teachers College College College Pennsylvania State Mathematzcs Commerczal French German Physwal Educatzon Health , fi X, , 7 YW g ' , , . . , . ., . . , , Y , . . , . . , . ., . . , . ., . . , . . I .gl ls Rf. . lf I t . , . . . , . . . , . ., . , x TIFIIIIWEIILIIESS WIIIIEMUNRY MR CHESTER bHADLE Mr Chester The graduatlng class of 1956 Dedlcates 1tS yearbook to the fond memory of Mr Chester Shadle who w1ll always be remembered CX? for h1S smcerlty and klndly attltude toward hls students and fellow teachers IIDD IIE ID Ill C A 'Ill' IIE ID T0 THE MEMORY OF 118416 HORN OCTOBER 26 1910 DIED FEBRUARY 23 1955 - -I 7.1 -i I 1 f J eat TXFIIINWIIIIE TIFKCD NVIIIIIEINEIII' 'IXFIVHIIIIE JWIIEWVNEIILS I l9 S' -I Iiycgg '1 II ' l flu ' 1 PATRICIA ART7 Commercml Valley View Engaged Peachxes pal fashlon COHSCIOUS futule art IS hkes bookkeeplng " " " loves Chevxes ' ' l CHARLES BECHTEL Agnzulfure Ashland RD 1 Steady Valley Luncher aid nt soft ball playel favorlte sub 1ec s udy dxmlnutlve stat ure countly gentleman h1 yacked Hudson ELEANUR BLYLER Commeiczal Sprmg Glen Futule frult seller bo s " " Peachle to us s '7 9 Patsys buddy han' styhst'7 " " JEAN BI YI ER Commf 1 1 ml KIlHg9lSt0WH R D Blondu blue eves Rogel s frlena ' '7 ' Pestv 'I' " " constantly seen wlth Carol ' l ' capable book kupex I I4 SSIE B09bl ER A rr lr mn Heglns Sweatu f.,lll passxon fOl Jew c IV talkatlve cmoperatlxe loves to study " 7 7 chewmg V, gum lund 1?-qv, IJON BOYER Acadzmlr Valley VIQW Avld bowlu at Bovel s loxes hugh h class '7 Albxes dglt3tO1 loud loudel loudest IUIUIBM Qmeddlmgl I 11m possxblel T ft63S1I1gl student lovable l " ROGER BUYER C ommercml Pltman Dark wavy halr llkes all the gl s ' ' la st knows how to glve P O D repoxts class Ramen '7 " '7 thlottle happy V V V LORRAINE BRESSLER Academzc Valley VIEW Blonde soda Jerk flutatxous Penn State bound hep ., ,fu cheelleader sports enthuslast 5 k ps the guys guessmg CHRISTINE BROSI US Comme: czal Pltman Easy gomg Pletty loves Ch6WlDg gum Dollys dearest pa always dear spottlng klds klddels l ' ' 1 .. -,H t't..' 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' F -1 ' 4 1 u - ' uv JOAN CARL Academu Heglns R D Stature of a model good bas ketball player dark wavy han snappy maJo1 ette cafeterla hash s11nger flashmg temper KARL CARL Acadf m f Sacramento eautlful te th curl l"a1r Y whlz at basketball tall and h ndsome g rl pest care fL dllvel WII LIAM CARI Academzc Hegm Qul t Un elassl Halloween plankster fum Phlllle fan favorxte subJect O D 'V constant crew cut aV0ldS op posxte sex CLIFFORD DIETRICH Agncultulc Heglns R D Butcher boy llkable good looking but shy H31tIn8HS henchman llV6b on the banks of the shallow Deep Creek perslstant pmballer .IOANNE EBERT Acadcmu Heglns Exactmg alt ablhty stlanght A student cool calm and collected tllcky ticket sell always a helpmg hand psychologlclly mclmed LARUE ERDMAN Academu Klmgerstown Pert P O D leponter gum d8t6I'1'Yl1Il3l',lOI'l petlte bomb shell cute as a button a l w a y s agreeable Karl's cuddly kltten 'No' fu-..-'U' GARY COLEMAN Academzc Hegms R D Cool cat ' ' ' long lange dates snappy dressel locks the dance floor Daves l1ttle helper crew DA v ' Academzc Valley VIEW Excellent language student met lculous mdxvldual qulet beauty pleasant d1spos1t1on future glrl m whxte Alble s gxrl Fuday PHYLLIS COOK Comme: czal Gratz L ves squale dancmg voted most mnschlevous ' ' ' Chuts s1dek1ck always laughlng whlz skates wears eye catchmg glasses T? al '.?.?.?L . . .. - b 3 I ' 5 4 v . 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A A 'A RAY HARN ER General Ashland RD Quxet " " 9 hkes school " 'P the class wolker " " " passes class penods sleepmg V V V MISS Knohr an crazy cookle duster DARLEN E HARRING Commercuzl Pltman Pltman s caloler mterested 1n the Navy V V V has many Mo outdool actlvxtles Qdoggxe roastsl one of the Pltman cheer leaders V V V pretty eyes RAYMOND HARTMAN Agnculture Gratz Plefers brunettes dark wavy han frxendly halls from Gratz outstandmg Ag stu dent Ford fanatlc -pp-s ,uw MARLIN FETTEROLF Academic Hegms Tall red and handsome flles that Fold VlV1d blue eyes happy go lucky athlete hurl les t0 German class 'V " Amys adored DALE FORN EY Academic Valley Vlew Gales no1s1e1 half popular pmboy woman hater 'V " Oh that laugh V V V mxschlef max double tlouble GALE FORN EY Academzc Valley Vlew Dales quleter half peppy maJo1ette prettier than Dale lustrous han one of the Valley VIEW gang parks out front JANICE HENTZ Academic Valley VIEW Small but mlghty ldeal stat ure fol a basketball center '7 'V 'l clothes consclous handles that Merc wlth ease goes for tall guys pert pxanlst PATRICIA HENTZ Commezczal Valley Vxew Qulet future housekeeper for Eall V V V engaged serlous mmded neat dresser conscxentlous commercxal coed LUCILLE HERB Commerc tal Valley Vxevv Gum chewer V V V Humbugs waltress llkes the opposxte sex V V V Lolss othel half Jlttelbug Jlver leally gets alound ll H ! 7 , ' . 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Charlotte Hornberger Comme: czal Hegms Lxkes to Jltterbug mterested ln the Au' Force p1nt slzed enjoys bookkeepmg '7 9 " neat halr do renewed Inter est ln commerclal subJects RONALD HUNTZINGER Academzc Valley Vlew Extra mlschlevous V ' V loves Ger n '7 " Mose to the guys known for h1s StOlyt6ll1Ilg anothel of Als boys makes qulck exlts from the stage RAY KEHLER Academw Hegms RD Future chef Exrols chum bakes those de1lC10llS cakes ceramxcs enthuslast snullng countenanlco chubby cherub ALICE KLINGER Academw Valley Vlew Geometry wh1z ' ' ' Wow' those sholts ' ' ' the quiet type 9 9 " Nat Coles no lfan drape shape Texas temptless ERN EST KI INGER on 1 Ashland R D Qulet Rogers pal drlves a Chevy pollte alounzl glrls bashful and how ' ' ' slow but sure FRANCINA KLINGER Commezczal Valley Vxew Neat and elfxclent Don s k1SS 1n cousln versat1le student butter fmgexs at A1 s has several sllent passlons bralny blonde uv PHYLLIS KIMMEL Commerczal Ashland RD Bookkeeplng wh1z admlres Len ' ' ' futule secretary quxet ' ' ' cooperatlve W1 hes w1ll1ng worker GERALD KISSINGER Academzc Valley Vlew Expert hooky player avld sports fan deep volce talkat ve ln POD classes '7 9 '7 LK cave man ALBERT KLINGER Agrzcultufe Heglns RD Shlny black Fold staunch leadel of FFA loves to ea takes h1s m1lk straight HICQ guy ' ' ' crafty check e1 chucker . , I- sl' , ,- YS ' . . rna 7 at lv. . x . 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I 'fr lf, ARLENE LUCAS Academu Hegms Al s pal known as Luna an east endel classy socks at home at Ted s crazv muted up han style PHYLLIS LUCAS Commmc1al Hegms RD Qulet and leserved sends SOS slgnals to Harry V l ' at smlle Just plain casual DAVID MASSER Academzc Heglns Gary s blgger half knack fol gettmg speeding tlckets heavy foot wlule behmd the wheel attlacted to Tremont drxves that flashy Olds Jltter bug ROGER KLINGER Acadvmzc Valley VIEW Class hunter 'P 9 " gleat one for SpOl ts easy to please crew cut pollte steady ex ' ' HOWARD KNERR Acadf mw Pitman DlmlY1Ul,lV9 Charles Atlas our boy Flat Top dear hunt r soft ball enthuslast C1 rls s boy next door deel hunt hlm JAMES LEITZEL Academzc Klmgerstown Wow' that physlque ' ' ' qulet loves to pest the guls crazy about Thunderbnds pollce protectlon ln h1s den snake charmer GERALD TVIATALONIS Agn :culture Ashland R D Owns a mmk farm cavorts ln a Jeep hves at the crossroads talks w1th a dlawl pleasant smlle long for tl1lS world WAYNE MATTERN Agnrulfurc' Lykens R D Storms ovel Gale drlves a blue deco lat d Ford a work mg man ' ' ' has llttle to say tall blond muscular palkS out front too ROBERT MAURER Academzc Hegms Studxous a peaches and cleam comp1ex1on capable carpentel futule englneel avld huntel mows God s llttle acre ' ' ' ' lov ' . . ! . . l H u is ll . ar - .H x U My x ' . . . ,, Q, ' ' ! . 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' ' , RONALD MAURER Acadcmzc Hegms R D Star gazer V1V1d vocabulary av1d reader future s 1 entlst pr1nc1pal s daughter s a 10 o clock scholar THEODORE MAURER Academzc Hegms Model T mad futule Judge 01 m1n1ster " 9 " capable leader D anna s dream B111 s Buxck oy weekly CXCUFSIODS to M11 lersburg 1 1 1 LEWIQ MERVINE Ag1 wultul e Heglns R D A Jeep truckstel husky and hefty master mechamc Ida s xdeal We1shamp1e s w1z ard " '7 " laven topped AMY MILLER Commefczal Hegms R D L1kES red hau 9 " 9 good book keepel p1etty long tresses cooperatlve one of the blg thle 1 1 pretty perxod DONALD MILLER Acadcn L0 Heglns Exe llent gyrrnast outs and mg stuc. nt pornpador p11m ug 34 Ford smokes legxtlm ately JIHIES MILLER Arademzc Kl1Hg91StOWI1 R D Handsome blond wavy halr a pest 1 1 1 very frlendly not so s'1o1t short stop ca naps on the bus SHIRLEE MORGAN Acadfmw Pltman Our Kathryn Murray loves adventure flmgs flammg batons free as the bl eeze A s a dr1ves and wrecks her own car LARRY NEY Commerczal Valley View Ta blonzl and 1n love 1 1 ' good ba ketball player t IGS rn P1 man ambition JOIN t1 Globetrott rs darn l ANNETTE PAUL Commerczal Valley V1ew Blonde blue eyes snappy dresser glves good P O D 1epO1tS one thlrd of the tblg three small but peppy Q c,- pl.. 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DRUSILLA REED Comme: cull G1 atz Capable and efflclent wolkel pleasant and pretty Sonny mlnzied Hal rlsburg bound Bev s bosom buddy trusted T woman POLLY REED Academm Gratz Wee vo1ce agl eeable and sweet bralny brunette present pal CHFSTER REINER Comme? czal Heglns A tlu k dr1ver Clalrs buddy qulet and pesty V ' ' tall and mascuhne Macbeth fan " 'V " conslderate gentleman ELEANOR PAUL Academzc Sacramento Frlendly attractlve smlle qulet prefers algebra to roll er skatmg '7 7 '7 pollte blush es easlly ROY PAUL Ag zcu func Klmgerstown R D Pleasmg personallty cully halr one of those qulet g boys ' ' ' attractxve and attractlng m1 Clauses collaborator outdoor type LOIS RAMBERGER Comme: mal Klmgerstown Waltress cute Lucy s pal llkes roller skatlng V ' ' xn terest boys boys boys ' ' ' book keeplng fan " " '7 Wav' 'fqwuf MAE REIN ER Academzc Pxtman Industrlous female farmer Bloomsburg bound naturally wavy ha1r 1deal German stu dent classy caterer JOAN ROTHERMEL Cowmercza' Valley Vlew Lovely wavy t esses engaged ptterbug 9HthUS13.St Ph1l s companlon New Jelsey bound a June bude NORMAN ROTHERMEL Academz I-Iegms R D Cowboy dr1ve1 fr1endly outdoor enthuslast loves school " " 'P black wavy han mce to know - ' 44 A - vu a 5 'le . . 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RITA SALTZER Acad: mlc Valley Vlew Personallty plus' V V efflclent seam stress cute dlmples charmmg beauty future fe male physlclan drugstore ad dxct CLAIR SCHEIB Commermal Valley V1ew Loves sults 'V 'V " bhssfully blase peddles papers persxs tent pm ball pusher potentlal oram power sleepy RICHARD SCHROPE Academzc Heglns RD Chlcken every Sunday V V V Say Hey fan plays character roles one of Fox s boys Sams k1d V V V Pats pet peeve 'HMI av-my 4-VD PATRICIA SHUEY Commercwl Heglns R D Pretty halr pleasant person allty good student qulet attends movles regu larly sparklmg spunk ERROL SMELTZ Auwlemzc Heglns Muslc master plaln dexterous m1ld mannered sharp dresser present A1 thur Mur ray Jumor future plll pro vxdel PALMER SMELTZ Academzc Hegms Oh that Chrysler conveltlble ladles man dynamlc duals wasted I Q blows for brunettes stops for blondes and backs up for redheads FRANKLIN SCHWARTZ Agrzculture Hegms RD Coke connolsseur mlschlev ous merrymaker plum pxck Carols courter Goldles gregarlous galavanter Ever ready Mlx ROBERT SCHWARTZ Agrzculture Lykens RD Rudolph Valentmo of 1956 probable prosperous plower what a bulld V V V spades hls own spuds cowboy on wheels has the loudest muffler ln Gratz Academw Valley VIEW Short and sweet aglle ath ete mlghty mlte pounds fsoaklng wetj oorts Red to German class ion txmej V V V chuckly chuckle 'Wh nuff, - . 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' ' . .100 5 ' . . , es- CHARLES STEGER Academzc Sprxng Glen Curly head pest very studlous " " " eager to DIS please sunny dlsposltlon woman hater '7 '7 '7 DALE STEPHENS Academic Valley V1ew A pluggel comes from the mountam over nxce look ID TV QTwm Valleyl techn1c1an clarmet klng A Rhoads scholal Genmal Hegxns RD Tall dalk and handsome V ' ' m terest 1n 11B drlves a green Chevle loves adventure adores h1s mlddle name ' ' I cam T195 hls own t1aff1c llght WILLIAM SMITH Commercial Heging, R D Drlves a llttle led wagon loves all the gals Wxlhams wxlhng worker ruddy cheek pesters people ' V' one of the Sm1th boys PATRICIA SPOTTS Academu' Valley V1ew Future female Globe T1 ottel coppel tlnted tresses llltlng laugh Schwalm s saucy supel salesglrl wants to Jom the Leglon baseball team fhrty BEVERLY STARR Commercial Klmgerstown .R D Engaged great mterest ln brlck laymg ' ' ' loves pxzza ple future homemaker Dru s other half serrous stu dent 0-al"" DOLORES STUTZMAN Academzc Valley Vlew Peppy step many mmute romances shapely malorette torrld temper always away loquaclous JAMES STUTZMAN Academzc Valley Vlew Tall curly halred handsome a gunsmlth by avocatlon sketch artlst outdoor man fosters forest frxends gxve the gxrls a chance' MARY ALICE STUTZMAN Academzc Hegms R D A1135 Betty Crocker mxnls ters merry mald 'A est of the As Klmmels kxtchen queen futule Klutztown ' kutxe mornmg morale boost er Cfor boys onlyj ed . , , 4 I l , ,, - 451 ' - . . 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WALTER UMHOLTZ Academzc Heglns RD Dlgmty persomfxed good bass vo1ce tennls racket eer sxlent passlon of numerous fe males one of Guss guys future Prmce Charmlng of the Air Force JAMES WAGNER Commercuzl Valley Vlew Future accountant crew cut av1d bowler ' ' V flower tend appreclates all the glrls hkes figures RUTH WEAVER Commercial Hegms Talkatlve ' ' ' loves Jokes mxres a red Oldsmoblle " 9 " re mammg thlrd of the blg three good spoxt pretty ha1r 'vi PATRICIA WILSON Academzc Valley V1ew Pleasmg personahty 11kes Navy blue posey planter fresh a1r kld newcomer from Northumbelland wll lowy Wilson FAY ZIMMERMAN Commercial Pntman Makes ceramlcs always gad dmg around ln a Chevle ' ' ' loves school " " " pretty contm ued 1nterest ln Barry Township comb consclous PATRICIA WESNER Academm Valley Vlew Dlsplays a diamond snappy scorekeeper vlvacxous ve hxcle operator a laugh of her own CLAUSE WIEST Acwdemzc Klmgerstown Prlvate punchmg bag' weak volced 'P " '7 mlld tempered rests ln P OD slight and shy dellghtfully droll RALPH WIEST Agnculture Pltman Taclturn roams around Val Iey Vlew calm cool and col lected neat dresser Sandy mmded cal cavorter Q , er . . 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T0 PASS LEISURE TIME PATRICIA ARTZ Commerclal Club Art Club Guls Chorus CHARLES BECHTEL FFA ELEANOR BLYLER Commerclal Club Art Club JEAN BLYLER Commercial Club Art Club G1rls Chorus LESSIE BOSSLER FHA Gxrls Chorus Art Club DON BOYER Jumor Operetta Senlor Play Yearbook C01T1Ihltl'f88 Boys Chorus Baseball ROGER BOYER Commercial Club LORRAINE BRESSLER Art Club News Club Guls Chorus Cheerleader Semor Play Student Council CHRISTINE BROSIUS Jumor Operetta Semor Play Commerclal Club Art Club G1rls Chorus Yearbook Commlttee JOAN CARL Band fMa1oretteJ Art Club FHA Girls Chorus KARL CARL Basketball Baseball Jumor Class Play QHubleyJ Boys Chorus Bachelors Club LARUE ERDMAN News Club Art Club FHA G1rls Chorus MARLIN FET'I'EROLF Band Basketball DALE FORNEY Basketball GALE FORNEY Guls Chorus Malorette News Club Art Club DARLENE I-IARRING Commercial Club Art Club G1rls Chorus RAYMOND I-IARTMAN FFA Secretary JANICE HENT Z Jumor Operetta Accompamst Art Club Gxrls Chorus Band fMaJoretteJ PATRICIA HENTZ Commerclal Club Art Club LUCILLE HERB Semor Play Commerclal Club Art Club Cafeterla Checker News Club G1rls Chmus CHARLOTTE I-IORNBERGER Art Club Commerclal Club Cafeterxa Checker News Club RONALD HUNTZINGER Basketball RAY KEI-ILER Bachelors Club PHYLLIS KIMMEL News Club Commerclal Club Art Club G1rls Chorus ALBERT KLINGER Jumor Class Vlce Pres Hubley FFA Pr6Sld6nt WILLIAM CARL Baseball GARY COLEMAN Jumor Operetta Boys Chorus Semor Play PHYLLIS COOK Commerclal Club Art Club Gxrls Chorus Cafeterla Checker DARLENE CONRAD News Club Art Club FHA G1rls Chorus CLIFFORD DEITRICH Student Councll FFA Vlce presldent JOANNE EBERT News Club FHA Art Club Girls Chorus Student Councxl Semor Play ALICE KLINGER News Club Art Club Gxrls Chorus Jumor Operetta Semor Play Semor Class Secretary ERNEST KLINGER Commercial Club FRANCINA KLINGER Art Club Commerclal Club Guls Chorus Semor Play Junlor Operetta Band fMaJoretteJ Yearbook Commlttee ROGER KLINGER Jumor Class Play fHubleyJ Band Student Councll JAMES LEITZEL Student Councxl Semor Play ARLENE LUCAS Art Club News Club FHA G1rls Chorus PHYLLIS LUCAS Commerclal Club DAVID MASSER Band Bachelors Club LARRY NEY Basketball Commerclal Club ANNETTE PAUL Jumor Operetta Commerclal Club Art Club G1rls Chorus Sen1o1 Class Hlstorlan ELEANOR PAUL News Club G1rls Chorus Jumor Class Play fHubleyl ROY PAUL FFA Treasurer LOIS RAMBERGER Art Club Gxrls Chorus Cafeteria Checker Commerclal Club DRUSILLA REED Commerclal Club Art Club Guls Chorus Yearbook Commlttee May Court Jumor Semox Class Treasurer POLLY REED News Club Jumor Class Play fHubleyJ Yearbook Commlttee CHESTER REINER Commerclal Club MAE REINER Art Club News Club G11ls Chorus JOAN ROTI-IERMEL News Club Guls Chorus Semor Play Art Club Commerclal Club Cafeterla Checker NORMAN ROTHERMEL Boys Chorus RITA SALTZER Student Councll Jumor Operetta Art Club Semox Play News Club Cheerleader May Court G1rls Chorus Jumor Semor Class Presldent CLAIR SCHEIB Commerclal Club RICHARD SCHROPE Semor Play Junlor Operetta Basketball FRANKLIN SCHWARTZ FFA Student Councxl ROBERT SCHWARTZ FFA BRUCE SHOMPER Student Councxl Basketball Baseball PATSY SHUEY G1rls Chorus Commerclal Club ERROL SMELTZ Student Counc11 Band Boys Chorus J unlor Operetta Accompamst PALMER SMELTZ Boys Chorus Bachelors Club Jumor Operetta Semor Play WILLIAM SMITH Commerclal Club PA'I'RICIA SPOTPS News Club Art Club G1rls Chorus Student Councxl Semor Play BEVERLY STARR Commerclal Club Art Club Guls Chorus CHARLES STEGER Baseball Basketball DALE STEPHENS Band DOLORES STUTZMAN Band Magorette Guls Chorus Art Club JAMES STUTZMAN Band MARY ALICE STUTZMAN News Club Art Club Semor Play Yearbook Commlttee Student Councxl WALTER UMHOLTZ Jumor Class Play II-Iubleyj Semor Play Boys Chorus Yearbook Commxttee Baseball Presldent Jumor Class fHubley JAMES WAGNER Student Councxl Commerclal Club Sports Reporter Semor Play RUTH WEAVER Commercxal Club Art Club Guls Chorus PATRICIA WESNER News Club Art Club Guls Chorus RALPH WIEST FFA PATRICIA WILSON Student Councxl News Club Art Club Guls Chorus Semor Play Student Dlrector FAYE ZIMMERMAN Commerclal Club Student Council Art Club G1rls Chorus ., , . , - 1 ' 1 , I . , , I , . . y Y . , ' . .' , ' . , , 1 . . 1 Q - l l ' ' ' 1 1 . - , , , ' . v . . ' . 7 ' . , , - , 1 ' 7 1 Senior Class - Vice-president Gi,-15' Cho,-us Girls' Chorus . , , -, , . ' I , . , ' . 1 , I I . 'D in a Y . 7 . 7 ' 7 . . ., , . , . ., , . ' 7 . v v . - . - , . , . ' ' - . ' ' - Y . , . I . ' 7 7 I Left to rlght Drusllla Reed tleasurer Annette Paul hlstouan Chrxstma Broexus vxce presldent Rita Saltzer president Allce Kllnger secletary CLASS IIFFIIJERS Home mmm 'nsAuu5ns 'N Mr Coleman Mr W1ll1er Mr Wllhams X34 Y Y ' '-J 1. Nr! 'Hi' Ay -4, .- , ' Y Q 1 , W 0 I f 4 f Q ' in x 1 ,X 1 4 . ' Aj , x f' x . 'S ' 2 ' , ' 9 , I E , 1 .ah .. - A' Left to right: first row: G. Miller, J. Rothermel, N. Kop- Denhaver. P- Hummel, A. Fronk, M. J. Kraft, D. Umholtz. D. K.re1ser, R. Teitsworth. Second row: R. Ely, M. Stump, P. Minnich, C. Weist. N. Weinrich, G. Schwalm, P. Weist N. Willier, Wetzel, R. A. Klinger. Third row: C. Cole: man, L. Helm, J. Ebert, D. Stiely, B. Wolfgang, E. Stecka ley, D. Kemble, M. Buchspics, K. Maurer, S. Stanitis, E. Kimmel. Fourth row: A. M. Gaskins, H. McDermott, B. Wetzel, C. Dinger, D. Masser, D. Huntsinger, B. Miller Homvruom Teacher 1" "' NR - . . 2 3 EUEVENTH GRADE 113 xx !" 11C - Mr. Harry Coleman M. Hauck, S. Weikel, J. Stehr. I Left to right, first row: C. Spotts, D. Snyder, K. Klinger, R. Bloch, R. Maurer, L. Schlegel, R. Snyder, K. Fetterolf, J. Breidigam, R. Morgan. Second row: W. Shade, D. Wetzel, R. Deitz, R. Kessler, H. Bolich, H. Moyer, D. Schlegel, L. Artz, D. Herb, L. Daniel, A. Starr. Third row: R. Romberger, T. Coleman, P. Geist, H. Clauser, D. Schrope, R. Slotterback, R. Maurer, I. Artz, D. Wolfe, L. Deibert. Fourth row: R. Deibert, M. Ebert, A. Herb, W. Klinger, J. Schwartz, E. Schrope, L. Phillips, W. Rissinger, C. Helm, L. Leese, G. Miller, J. Troutman, G. Troutman. Absent: L. Harner, R. Jones, R. Morgan, R. Spotts. .. . .ff 'fbi 5'9" Left to right. first 1-ow: N. Shuey, N. Johns, B. Klinger, E. Fetterolf, N. Neumeister, S. Boyer, C. Conrad, M. An- drews. S. Dcibcrt, G. Dunkleberger. Second row: B. Bow- man, C. Ebert, P. Smink, M. Mervine, J. Scheib, D. Bly- ler, B. Leitzel, J. Rissinger, A. Erdman, D. Bowman, C. Keim. Third row: L. Maurer, S. Spotts, J. Huntzinger, C Mervine, J. Carl, S. Stutzrnan, G. Welker, L. Kessler, C Kessler. P. Fertig. Fourth row: L. Wiest, J. Zimmerman J. Mattern, K. Miller S. Willier A. James J. Mor an Di 1 y v E , Shadle, M. Gross, J. Wiest, J. Huntzinger, M. Geist. 6.x Homcroom Twachers 1' '- 10A - Mr. starr 10B - Mr. Wenger ' - -f' 10C - Miss Knohr E?Z7""21: i 1 Seq Left to right, first row: J. Schadle, R. Hornberger, J. Hentz, R. Minnich, R. Klouser, D. Carl, G. Klouser, T. Green, T. Fetterolf, L. Shade, J. Bechtel,. Second row: L Smith H Wolf an R Ossman J Savid e E L ons ' ! ' g gY ' " l ' g 3 ' y Y F. Shadle, F. Miller, R. Bixler, H. Reiner, M. Daniel, B. Klinger, C. Rehnert. Third row: R. Kissinger, D. Dinger, R. Artz, R. Runkle, C. Lubold, L. Kissinger, C. Bressler, H. Maurer, D. Hoke, L. Klinger, D. Bixler, G. Troutman. Fourth row: W. Leitzel, R. C1ark,NM. Spotts, J. Huntzin- ger, R. Gilbert, D. Snyder, R. Reed, J. Wiest, C. Hepler, L. Miller, J. Maurer, J. Klinger, T. Herb, G. Klinger. Absent: J Wetzel, R. Heim, J. Bowers. it . Left to right, first row: M. Gahres, N. Weikel, J. Boyer, F. Meek, N. Coleman, M. J. Schade, C. Wolfgang, J. Beury, A. Spicker, J. Shuey, D. Snyder. Second row: N. Herner, R. Ebert, J. Kemble, L. Kessler, K. Klouser, R. Stehr, C. Maurer, L. Mace, S. Bixler, V. Schlegel, V. Coleman Third row: J. Bloch, C. Willie1',, J. Bergey, A. M. Wolf- gang, L. Miller, P. Hubler, L. Eehelman, J. Jones, J. Clark G. Kimmel, M. Slotterback, J. Rebuck. Fourth row: S Deibler, J. Conrad, A. Clark, G. Holdeman, A. Zunno, A v Neumeister, M. Starr, B. Scrade, C. Boyer, B. Smeltz, I.. Miller, G. Spotts, K. Brubaker, C. Bloch. I 65 H2 ' 0.1 x 9 J ix ,I x l: E I fb, cm., via A 'L in . WW? 9 " w P-win., W- ' ' " vi - ' LTSMMQ 'li ' ,fmfwvjf '2 'I Q, b ' i KL . .4 -fb 4- f f if ' W .1 , 0 Y. 1.1, NINTH GRADE Homcroom Teachers 9A - Mrs. Huntzinger EIB - Mr. Schlegel UC - Miss Fenstermacher Left to right, first row: R. Stephens, D. Hand, W. Stutz- man, T. Green, R. Grose, J. Deeter, D. Leese, R. Wetzel, L. Klinger, G, Zimmerman. Second row: T. Schucker, L. Bixler. B. Klingfer, D. Schweinhart, L. Maurer, D. Klinger, G. Knorr, L. Herner, N. Bowman. Third row: T. Schwartz, L. Miller M. Artz, E. Herb, L. Morgan, R. Schwartz, J. Stutzman. R. Harner, C. Morgan, B. Ludwig, K. Schwalm. Fourth row: B. Wesner, L. Kiefer, R. Maurer, K. Klinger, M. Stutzman, R. Davis, D. Dietrich. H. Bo1'rhert, R. Schadle, R. Scheib. Absent: J. Harman. Q . -2 ....q W. J 1 NX I I I1 9 J ' x 8 I, NN - -ai Nu. Left to right, first row: P. Clark, B. Miller, M. Ebert, C. Donton, L. Miller, R. Header, M. Deiter, D. Paul. Second row: A. Miller, M. Updegrove, P. Carl, P. Gilbert, A. Horan, S. Conrad, M. Schucker, V. Leitzel. Third row: S. Straub, J. Updegrove, G. Adley, M. Miller, R. Holland, J. Wenrich, N. Smith, P. Long, S. Miller. Absent: R. Bloch, S. Miller. fk , , 9 H omeroom Teacher EIGHTH GRADE SA L M.. K... S 8B - Mr. Artz Left to right, first row: H. Shuey, A. Hubler, R. Kop- penhaver, C. Morgan, L. Hornberger, C. Troutman, L. Klouser, B. Wetzel, G. Koppenhaver, E. Smith. Second row: D. Eckler, B. Reed, H. Mausser, L. Deiter, R. Kling- er, C. Boyer, J Hentz, R. Weist, K. Klouser, D. Boyer. Third row: T. Klinger, P. Ely, P. Kimmel, M. Marlow, D Schlegel, VR. Artz, W. Dunkle, E. Miller, E. Erdman, H Lubold, L. Schwalm. Fourth row: H. Maurer, S. Edward, J. Hubler, G. Moyer, I. Koons, R. Spotts, M. Deitrich, R. Hess, R. Kimmel, A. Shadle, G. Conrad, D. Schrope, H. Hamer. Absent: R. Guers. At JW ' 6... '. -,K Z ' ' "Cv" M Left to right, first row: E. Maurer, L. Ossman, F. Kling- er, D. Dinger, A. Blair, L. Deeter, J. Ney, S. Klinger, H. ZUHHO. V. Harner, B. Kesslclg. Second row: G. Neuneister, K. Klinger, A. Savidge, S. Carl, M. Sherk, J. Ely, M Green, C. Shadle, J. Otto, K. Lucas. Third row: K. Krelser, S. Kimmel, D. Klinger, C. Harman, D. Hepler, J. Dockey, L. Lesher, M. Boyer, K. Shadle, C. Wesner, L. U degrove Fourth row' B Stutzman R Deitrich C Kim p . . . , . , , - mel, D. Sitlinger, M. Harner, D. Miller, D. Artz, A. Mil- ler, E. Schrope. Absent: S. Fey, S. Thomas. 655 Hmneroom Tcachvrs as 'A - M -. Le 1 ,' '1 X ' 1 WN SEVENTH GRADE 5' 5 TB - Mr. Diehl 'rx 541' xi 6 ,rl TC - Miss Snyder S" Left to right, first row: D. Morgan, R. Hauck, A. Header, J. Shaffler, T. Hentz, F. Beaver, J, Miller, J. Fronk, J. Gianesello, W. Shuey, E. Header, E. Savidge. Second row: R. Unger, J. Stanitis, H. Green, .R. Dembinsky, R. Morgan, G. Ely, E. Kimmel, J. Snyder, R. Emest, J. Kroh, G. Wolfgang, G. Herb. Third row: B. Moyer, G. Salada, R. Sc-heib, D. Koppenhaver, B. Leese, D. Dietrich, C. John- son, A. Schwartz, J. Johns, R. Dengler. Fourth row: L. Schade, R. Williamson, C. Runkle, L. Miller, L. Willier, L. Lucas, R. Rebuck, C. Huntzinger, L. Herb, R. Coleman, J. Smeltz. Absent: D. Shomper, L. Klinger. in ,-5. -H34 KCIILAXSS SUNG Our llx es began Ill sprlllg summer was our chlldhood As the falllllg' of the Autumn Leaw es, IS symbollc of autumns end so graduatlon marks the close of our hlgh school days The tlme has come to say farewell To school and frlend Trl Valley Hlgh You taught us how and when and where To lead the world when tlme IS nlgh As the xery flrst to bear your name Mas we honor It wlth fame Only now we gather round so sadly Trl Yallew Hlgh hall to thee You shaped our lll es our souls our mlllds Xou bd!11Sll9d all our constant fears Xou led us Olllkdld ex er ollward A gllldlllg, llght throughout the years Pralse and thanks to thee we F3189 our song To one who taught us rlght from wrong May our thankfulness elldure etern lllw Coodllle goodble Trl Vallew RITA SALTYRR CX? NIOTTO We haxe crossed the bay The ocean lles before us COLOIVS Plllk and black FLOW ER Deep plnk rose bud ', ' , ' ' . n1 l 1 ' . 1 - u , ,H '1 ' 1 1 ' ' . . , 5' A ka ' 1 I . . . , ' . . . . , - v 1 V . . . , . . ' , x Y 7 . Y. A W 1 , . . v , s ' A 7 . , Y . . ' . v. 1 r l' 1 1 1 ' X1- . l, . ., ., y c -Y f 11 1- . . ., r 1 rg Q v v ' V 7 r r . A'c -1 4 4' 1 v .1 v . . - . , ' 1 y 1 ' v y . v .1 . Y . " K .V Q ' r r ',, v . v . 9 4 .- Y J .' I K y I . 1 1 1 , I - I , Lo Y . ' V SPRING GLEN JUNIUH HIGH Slllllllll ul' Z f ff Z Raymond O Latsha B.: Prznczpal Mlllersvxlle State Teachers Colle e g Mathematlcs 1 and is John Algebl a 9 :su -K , r-'ilu A. Rodenbaugh Kutztown State Teachers College English 9 Geography Library 7 and 8 B.. 2' FALULTY v--.,xu Malcom E Boyel BS Pennsylvama State UHIVGISILQ Industual Arts General Suence Guxdan e fl fB0ysJ 4 I -gh Emma J. Walters B.S. Beaver College Home Economics Music . Art CGirlsJ 1 8 9 AW' Martha B Hartz AB Susquehanna Unlverslty Engllsh A and 8 Hrstory 7 Annabelle Wenrich B.S. West Chester State Teachers College Physical Education History I P M-, fi A -- F K 'Of d7 . ae ' igk, if-.1 wi in Q, DDC a,de8 l.--ll...as ill' 'I oc 'K' A if a.de9 il Fxrst row left to rlght M Welkel C Spxcher A Shade J Klmger S Ham E Hoffman fdeceaaedj C Lettxch R Stan L Snydel S Stehl S Herrmg F Schreffler Second row Glenn Schadel Glenn Kllnger R W6HflCh M Smeltz G Heplel B xIB1tZ J Klmgel S Snwder L Koppenhaver D Welkel T MBSSBI G Fettel Th11d row Mra Martz NI Flrit row left to llght MISS Waltels E Blxler M Schlbe D Klmger J Kehlel J KISSIDQEI' J 'lIoye1 M J Hepler N Kehlel Sandla Knorr Second low Ivan Kroh Rogel Morgan Leda Erdman S Exd man H Ramberger A Kay Gondel P Hummel J Troutman D Henrmg W Straub J Paul Thud row Elvxn Schmeltz W Rebuck G Kehlel G First row left to llght Mlw WQHllLll D Kllnger E Moyer J Wolf K Wetzel S Tloutman M He1m Calol Khnger Carolyn Rothexmel Els1e Sav1dge Second row R 'Vlayex C Gllbert J Smlth M Helm L Wetzel D Tzoutman H Dunleavy R -Q-ul Klmgel L Wlllard R Bowman D Fetterolf R Laudenelager J Koons R Mattern A Tloutman D llvllllel R Shadle R Wctzel E Mlller Foulth 1ow Mr Boyer J loutman L Lt'tzel J Stehr H Helm T Hoffman VV Hoffman Knby Mattel J Bensmger G Eldman Ronald Erdman R Wolfe N Klmgel Tloutman R Mervme M Dlitllth L Wl6Sf E Rothermel F Specht Fflulth mvx M1 Roden baugh W Sp1che1 R Matteln Eugene Wlest G Paul R Reed R Snxcler Bluce Gllbelt D Hal ner Ned Dxebert L Neugaxd Absent L Klmgel D Stlely B Wehny H Wehly Schadel T Stlely Kelth Kemble Thlrd 1ow Mr Latsha R Kehler A Call D Harnex T W1ll1er F Morgan P Smlth G Reed Absent Telry Laud enslagel TIME Wlll. TELL We the zany senrors of the graduatrng class of 1956 fwe hopej berng rn the safe state of rnsanrty and realrzrng that as the sands of tlme have drrfted by we have acqurred innumerable abrlrtes facultes de pravrtres talents and skrlls do hereby solemnly be queath these vrrtues frf anyj and VICGS fthere are manyl to our successors Patrrcra Artz wrlls her frrendshrp wrth Mrs Super and the hours she spent rn the art room to Joyce Wenrrch Charles Bechtel wrlls hrs rndrfferent attrtude toward school to Nettre Ney Eleanor Blyler wrlls her glamour grrl actrons to Peggy Smrnk Jean Blyler wrlls all the werght she lost durrng the summer months to Mr Wrllrams Lessre Bossler wrlls her collectron of sweaters to Joan Stehr Don Boyer wrlls all the battered tenprns rn Boyers Bowlrng Alley C310 for that plugl to Dean Schlegel devoted prn boy Roger Boyer wrlls hrs role of Casanova to Gerald Zrmmerman Lor rarne Bressler wrlls her grft of gab fl 000 words per mrnutel to anyone who dares to get a word rn edgewrse Chrrstrne Brosrus wrlls her more bounce to the ounce personalrty to Deanna Huntzrnger Joan Carl wrlls her Canadran pen pal to Jane Ebert Wat h those Frenchres Janrell Karl Carl wrlls hrs brg Burck and hrs green lrned pockets to Mary Stump Wrllram Carl wrlls hrs ever present crew cut to Mr Coleman Gary Coleman wrlls hrs unrque rock and oll Jt terbuggrng to Rrchre Klouser Darlene Conrad wrlls her polrte soft spoken ways to her brother Grrard Does he need rtll Phyllrs Cooks wrlls ner George Gobel sense of hu mor to Gene Mrller Clrfford Dretrrch wrlls hrs role as chauffeur for the 12 B magazrne salesmen fand women! durrng therr successful trrp to Pottsvrlle to Larry Danrels Joanne Ebert wrlls her never endrng patrence to Jean Conrad LaRue Erdrnan wrlls her petrte beauty to Sandra Derbert John Fetter wrlls hrs pesty crazy mannerrsms to Buddy Hornberger who has hrs own very effec trve technrque Marlrn Fetterolf wrll hrs smooth close Grllette shave fof whrch he rs very proudl to Donald Schrope How are you frxed for blades son? Dale Forney wrlls rrrs rnfamous abrlrty to pull any rmagrnable stunt to annoy Mss Gember lrng to the lrd flrpprng pornt and frnally be gracefully U75 escorted out to Robert Hess Gale Forney wrlls her one and only cute dunple to Monrca Schucker who can use a spare Ray Harner wrlls hrs slower than slow ways to Jrmmy Smeltz who rs everywhere at once Darlene Harrrng wrlls her Orrental eyes to Jacob Schoffler Raymond Hartman wrlls hrs love for tall grrls to Lump Rrssrnger Janrce Hentz wrlls her Dads garage to all the guys from TrrValley Hrgh who call Walters therr' second home Patrrcra Hentz wrlls her hope chest collectron to Geraldrne Schwalm Lucrlle Herb wrlls her assorted flavors of chewrng gum to the people she borrowed rt from Charlotte Hornberger wrlls her love U71 of health class and Mrs Huntzrngers famous tests to Anna Clark Ronald Huntzrnger wrlls hrs trrck of gettrng Mr Coleman to call lum by hrs nickname Mose to Robert Booper Romberger We dare you t try Ray Kehler wrlls hrs prrze wrnnrng trrple decker cakl: recrpe to Mrss Rummel and her Home Ec grr Phyllrs Krmmel wrlls her costume Cleans bobby prns and make upl for the Commercral Club Dance advertrsement to any future Commercral Club member who can characterrze a typrcal teenagers day before a dance Gerald Krssrnger wrlls hrs potato chrp crushrng tech nrque to Johnnre Hentz Albert Klrnger wrlls hrs frank brusque answers to Mrss Knohrs grve your own oprnron questrons to Henry Maurer who rs as equally outspoken Alrce Klrnger wrlls her black strapless dress worn durrng the senror play to Carole Kerm Ernest Klrnger wrlls lus constant companronshrp wrth Roger Boyer to Ann Fronk Francma Klrnger wrlls her Job as wartress at the Bowlrng Alley to Carole Boyer Roger Klrnger wrlls hrs Clark Gable mustache to Jane Rrssrnger Howard Knerr wrlls hrs sleeprng srckness rn P O D class to Jackre Wetzel James Lertzel wrlls hrs Charles Atlas physrque to Gary Koppenhaver Arlene Lucas wrlls her rncompar ably famous nrcknme Luma back to the song from whence rt came Luna Rosa Phyllrs Lucas yvrlls her easy gorng nothrng ever gets me mad attrtude to John Khnger Davrd Masser wrlls hrs longest walk Ito Mr Maur ers offrcel hrs excuse note and fast talkrng to next years unlucky senror who Just cant get away wrth rt. Gerald Matalonas wrlls hrs mrnk farm to any fe male who loves to be wrapped rn mrnk Dont rush hrm gals' Wai-ynl? Mattern wrlls hrs blonde wavy harr to Dale 0 e Robert Maurer wrlls hrs dry humor to Bruce Reed Ronald Maurer wrlls hrs rnnumerable hours spent rn the chemrsty lab experrmentrng to Eugene Schrope Theodore Maurer wrlls hrs abrlrty to ad lrb hrs way out of any trcklrsh srtuatron to Lanrer Schlegel Lewrs Mervrne wrlls hrs endless supply of Jokes rn POD fnot at the pedestalj to Mr Troutman Amy Mrller wrlls her lovely brown tresses to Lrane Kemble Donald Mrller wrlls hrs ancrent Ford to Jrmrny Schwartz Jamels Mrller wrlls hrs common name to John Grane se o - ' - - r . 9 . 0 A . . . rg 1 n - 7 . 1 r ' ' . . . - 5 . 1 r 1 . . . - 1 - ' ' ' u rr , v x . . . . . H , . O sr - rr - V 5 - . . ' , ' - . . , 7 . Y ' . . ' . 1 - v sr - - - wr ' . , I . . . . . H . ,, . . . - . . . - . -, , . . ' ' ' u ra . . H . .I ,, . . . . A ,, .. ' ' . ' r r - ' 1 ' ' , , . .. . . ' an u - ' u ry . . . . . ' ' ' U ' xy - - . 1 . . V ' , . . . . ' ,v ' U- 1 . . . ,, - . . , v v ' 'H , ' - . . F . ' ' . rr , - vr ' ' ' Y ' , , . . h . -, . . . . H . I l H . , ' . . . . - . - . . ' ' . ' ' 5' 1 . -4 rv - - TIME Wlll. TELL Shrrlee Morgan wrlls the bark from the tree whrch hrt her lrttle Nash Rambler fthe only movable maple rn Valley Vrewj to Brlly Shade anotrer drrvrng menace to trees Larry Ney wrlls hrs nrckname to any sprnsterly doe who needs one Annette Paul wrlls her bookkeeprng books wrth deep sorrow C791 to Mary Alrce Hauck Eleanor Paul wrlls her devotron to Latrn to Mr Mentzer Roy Paul wrlls hrs enthusrasm for FFA actrvrtres to Charles Herm Lors Ramberger wrlls her beautrful 'Camay com plexron to Chub Mrller Drusrlla Reed wrlls her classrc good looks to Mary Jean Kraft Polly Reed wrlls her pleasant drsposrtron to Joan Troutman Chester Rerner wrlls hrs gruff sandpaper vorce to Ronald Reed Mae Remer wrlls her skrll at translatrng German to all of Mr Wrllrers strugglrng German students Joan Rothermel wrlls her long awarted for week ends when she sees her Buddy to Betty Wolf gang Norman Rothermel wrlls all hrs secret iand some not so secretj admrrers to Herbert Bolrch Rrta Saltzer wrll her untrmely laryngrtrs durrng the Junror operetta to Pat Mrnnrch Clarr Scherb wrlls hrs Marlon Brando tee shuts and overalls to Larry Wrllrer Rrchard Schrope wrlls hrs offrcral role as polrceman and Judge rn the operetta and senror play respec trvelv to Gene Troutman Franklrn Schwartz wrlls hrs rosy apple cheeks to Angelma Zunno Robert Schwartz wrls hrs motto A grrl rn every port to John Huntzrnger Bruce Shomper wrlls hrs magnrfrcent stature to Jumor Elv who could use rt Patrrcra Shuey wrlls her radrant smrle to Harold Wolfgang Errol Smeltz wrlls hrs clock watchrng rn geometry class to the Junror grrls who srmply cant wart for the bell to rrng Palmer Smeltz wrlls hrs speedy hot roddrng rn that catty blue prckup wrth duals to Lash ' Phrllrps a daredevrl on wheels of equal rank Wrllram Smrth wrlls hrs nasty thoughts grrns and remarks to Joseph Troutman Patrrcra Spotts wrlls her love for Legron baseball games and players to Sandy Stutzman, who shares a sunrlar rnterest Beverly Starr wrlls her farthfulness to a specral alumnus to Lrnda Maurer Charles Steger wrlls hrs skrll at weavrng rntrrgurng Sam Shovel prrvate eyeball tales to Mr Fox Dale Stephens wrlls hrs shyness U95 of grrls to Dennrs Schlegel Come on Dale grve the gals a break Dawrrn Strely wrlls hrs haggard look after date nrght to whoever rs to blame for hrs pathetrc condrtron Dolores Stutzman wrlls all her mad rnfatuatrons to any Junror gal wro can change boyfrrends as of ten and as fast as she can James Stutzman wrlls hrs black curly harr to Tommy Greene Mary Alrce Stutzman wrlls her surplus studyrng' hours to Bobby Mrnnrch Walter Umholtz wrlls hrs woman hatrng technrquc to Ronnre Dretz No krddrng Butch grrls dont brte James Wagner wrlls hrs supply of root beer barrels for the senror play cast to Drckre Morgan Ruth Weaver wrlls her borsterous unpredrctable and uncontrollable laughter to Bette Smeltz Patrrcra Wesner wrlls her gorng steady status whrch she kept for four years to Carole Coleman Clause Wrest wrlls hrs talent of appearrng afrard of grrls and yet have such a deep rnterest rn them to Rrchard Clark Ralph Wrest wrlls hrs shy attrtude toward the op posrte sex to Jrmmy Maurer Patrrcra Wrlson wrlrs her adaptabrlrty to new sur roundngs to anyone else who can get rn the groove as qurcklv as she drd Faye Zrmmerman wrlls her mrrror madness and comb conscrousness to Carole Ebert The 12 B Math grrls wrll therr srghs squeals and day dreamrng whrch take place rn Mr Welkers room to next year s lucky senror math grrls The IZ C grrls wrll herr tears shed for Mr Krersh er to the eleventh grade Commer eral grrls We the senrors wrll our uncanny luck rn managrng, to struggle through twelve years of hardshrp and emerge unharmed to all the teachers who have had to put up wrth us Srgned scaled publzshed and declared fo by fill' scmors of 1956 for our last wrll and fcstament m fhe presence of fhosc who have subscribed our names KARL CARL ALICE KLINGER JAMES LEITZEL JOAN ROTHERMEL . , 1 V . . . . . . - rr ' rv . . . . 1 - ' . . - - ' 1 ' ' ' 4 . . . ' yr ca rr - . ' ' xc - ' U ' 1 , . . . . - ' v . . . . ' 7 7 , . . . . . I . . , i . ' . . ' ' - v v ra av ' , - , . ' - tr ' as . v . . . . A . U. . . . ' - H I I , - ' ' , u rv , I t . H- i . . . . . . . ' ' ' 1 7 . , u . . . -, . 'Y ' D ' ., . . , . ' ' ' ' . l . ' . t . ' U ' . - . l - t . . . r - ' ' , , . . . - - V - ' . . - . . Y V , , rs yr ' - u v ' - r ' - ' I ' , ' ' . 9 ' 1 r -1 I L Z 'ITIIIIWIIE IIFKODINRQ 2-MC'lll'lIlWlll'IlI'lIlllES E T lub Tlme STAGECRAFT CLUB Advisor MR GEIST The Stagecraft Club consists of 10th and 11th grade boys who ale interested in woodwork One of their Jobs IS to plan construct and arrange all stage set t1ng,s This club meets Monday Tuesday Thursday and Friday The officers are president Wilhard Rissingei vice president Kenneth Kllnger secre tary and tleasurer Ronald Deitz BACHELOR S CLUB Adviser MISS RUMMEL The Bachelors Club organized ln 1946 is open to all senior high school boys The purpose of the club is to provide an outlet for the d0m6StlC mclinatwns of these boys They engage m various activities sewing foods and nutl 1t1on meal planning table service child care and personal care and grooming The group meets in regular class periods through out the week F H A CLUB Advlsoi MISS RUMMEL The F H A Club an organization open to any senior high school student meets every Tuesdav morning to teach the glrls sewing cooking and other house hold sub1ects Trips are taken throughout the year The officers 1nclude president Jane Ebert vice president Deanna Huntzlnger secretary Joanne Ebert treasurer Edith Kimmel historian Darlene Conrad song leader Carolyn Dinger news report er Peggy Hummel NEWS CLUB Advlsor Miss FENSTERMACHER The News Club is at present composed of students fiom grades 10 11 and 12 The group meets every Monday morning in activity period Its primary function is to prepare current school news foi pub lication in the Valley Citizen Jim Wagner the only male member of the group contrlbuted all the spoits wrlte ups ART CLUB Advisor MRS SUPER The Alt Club is made up of pupils from 10th 11th and 12th grades The 10th graders meet on Tues day morning 11th graders meet on Thursday morn mg and the 12th giaders meet on Wednesday morning They work with oil paintings ceramics sketching and leatherciaft work This club does all advertising for plays and othei activities Durmg the spring of the year the club plans to make one trip The officers for the 12th grade club ale pres ldent Christine Broslus vice president Rlta Saltz er secretary Drusilla Reed and treasurer Alice Klmger The 11th grade officers include president Barbara Millel v1ce president Phalem Wetzel sec retaiy Mary Alice Hauck and treasurer Carolyn Dxnger The officers for the 10th grade club are president Nancy Shuey vice plesident Jean M01 gan secretary Carole Keim and treasurei Dolly Bowman COMMERCIAL CLUB Adviser MR COLEMAN The Commercial Club a very practical and useful organization of Senior commerical students origin ated in 1945 for the purpose of assisting the faculty and giving experience to the students Each mem ber IS assigned to a particular teacher fol whom the secretary does much routine paper wolk The assignments for the 1955 1956 school term are as Phyllis Cook Mr Smeltz Joan Rothermel and Darlene Hairmg Mr Schlegel Charlotte Horn berger M Rhoads Christina Brosius M Geist Wrlliam Smith Mr Delhl Phyllis Lucas Mrs Klmger Faye Zlmmerman Mr Klees Patsy Artz M1 Williams Phylhs Kimmel Miss Snyder Faye Zunmennan Mr Lewis Jean Blyler Miss Knohr Annette Paul Miss Gemberling Lucille Herb Mrs Huntzmgei Patsy Shuey Mr Artz Patsv Hentz Miss Fenstermacher DI'US1ll31 Reed Mrs Super Lois Rambergei Mr Starr Eleanor Blyler Mr Coleman Amy Mrller Mr Tloutman Ruth Weavei Mr Zeigler Larry Neye Mr Wel ker Amy Miller Mr Fox Francina Klingei Roger Boyer Ernest Klinger Chester Reiner Clalr Scheib and James Wagner who are not assigned to any part1cular teachei pelform miscellaneous duties The officeis for this year s club are president Chilstma BIOSIUS secretary Drusilla Reed treas urer Annette Paul 0 7 .I I s v ' I 1 ' ' . I I : I , I. I , . I Il Y u 9 - . - ' . f Q . 4 , . , I . I . . I. I I . I - , II , I 1 I v I . - . . I , . 'Q I , 9 - " ' , I : , , . . . ' , : 1 n ' . ' . ' .II ' ' 7 Y . 1 . . ' . . . . 5 I I 'I .I I I I. . I . I I , ,. . D - J - . , I . . . , ' I I ' . Y n during activity period. The purpose of this club is follows: Mr. Willier, Beverly Starrg Miss Rummel, . . I . I - II I F ' . ' . ' 1 f IT I ' . ' ' ' 3 .' f 4 ' . 9 l". . - . . 5 "' ' . . l . . ' Z. l - ' -1 l 5 ' ,3 v ' - . . .3 . ' T' : , 3 - . ' 9 - I 9 , I 9 , : - I ', 9 I - , . Q I . 9 ' .. 9 - , I 9 . ' , . -'Z . I , . - 9 . - 1 1 Q l. ' v l I Il' I ' .' .' . .' . . ' ' ' 2 1 . ' 1 ' Y , 4 . . . U . . ,, . . I ' . I, I . ' . . , . . I I 1 I , I y ' ' 1 , 2 ' . - I I I NEWS CLUB Left to ught fust ww NI H1uLh J Ebut B M1l ler L Helm C Coleman P Mmmch E K1mmel B Wetzel P Hummel L BlLSNlGl R Saltzer P W1lson M A Stutzman M1 Fsnstexmachel ad VISEI Second row R Ely D Sll9lX A James S Wllllel' K M1l1e1 D lla ser D Huntzmger AL W2 Wifi 'sv ei, mb -,fx Flonk J Ebelt L Ehdmem P Spottx G Forney P VVSSDSI Standmg J Rothcrmel L Herb C Hornbelgex P Klmmel M Stump P Reed E Paul A Klmger D Comad A Lucas M Remer, B Wolfgang C Dlngel LUMMERCIAL CLUB Spf: 545 ska- F ont to back 111 t 1111 D Rmed C Schuh A lVI1l Vledxcx A P'1ul P Hentz F Kl1H291 Fourth IOW N111 1 1 111 wus L e B S1111 P A111 C RLIHLI L Hexb E Blyler P J Blylu 01111111 P C1111 C Hll!I1lJQlg,Cl Shuey F1lth ww F LIIIIITIQFIYIHH P Kunmel P Th1r4l1ow J WdgllCI R Br15f,1 L R1m1be1ger R Luga5 Q , .- 1, Q, , 1 41 1 l f 1 ti i rx w ., i Ns AA u . . K 1 I ,, L ,Q ,, , I ' An ,J QL 1 N.. " A " ,":' :..z',. 1',. '- ' ,. ', . ' '. - -H - , ' x , ' ' , ' Y v ' 1 x , . , . , . , . , . . . . . , . , . 1 -111 . . . ' , . , . , . U .. , . , . ,. . , . . - ', . , . . . ss If ' ', - , . , - . 1' , . , . T A : . , . .V U, . . , . '. , . ', . - S . . , . . I 'U' 7 'fi 3 a. 1 , xl ' ' yn, 1 4 "dw , , Il ' Qi f .., iyw A 39471 ,, , , A A 91 Q , 1 ,EQ , A ffl- X-.-Ji A ffl , 4, 55,31 -W 1, 'A 1 x, C, 'wfye . Z r '1':. ',.'f, .,A- ""', . . ,. 1 ,. ' ' ': ler, lVll'. Kreirl So: md 'mxz C. B' s . Nfy. . 1 ' '. . . 1' ", . ' , . , . . . J.Rt'-' -l. . k. , ' 'f-', -. " ' 1 . " , . ' , . ' . ,. . - .,. , A. , . . . , . , . , . , BACHELUH S CLUB 1-has -if FQ 'balm hw-Gael "' "'1l..... ' Left to nght fust row D Masser D B0yel R ond low T Maurer R Maure1 L Stutzman C Ho1 nberge 1 LP Smeltz J Maurer T Schwartz R B1 essler Schwaltz J Khnger R Shadle J Huntzlnger Sec STAHECHAFT CLUB Left to rlght, fust row C Lubold, E Lyons, L er, C Heplel, R Clalk, R Klsslnger, T Helb, J Schlcgel, R B11Hl'11Ch, C Rehnert Second row C Savldge, J Hentz, Mr Ge1st Thud row J Huntz Helm, J Maul e1, C Spotts, H Wolfgang, R Osman, lnger, R Ho1nbe1ger, R Altz, J Wetzel, H Bohch, G Tmutman, R Morgan, J Mlllel, J Schwartz, R E SChlOpe, K Kllnger, R Runkle, R Klouser, T D1etz, W Rlssmgex, W Kl1nger,W Shade, R Maur Fettexolf, D Carl 3 C 1 X f i V4 R 5: I ff? . A .an he A 7 EW T, A I L 1 , 'ZPL z 1 , , ,WLQLT 1 ' - . .. . IM in 7 iv 1 4 X 1 1 Ai K N 4 , ' , I fn V gf -q - .-.m,...V1 V ,TU 1 111, EMI if f 1- V M-H .A ,-,-v-,M,,,, , W I 1 " ! ' N m .J E xl , M 3 Mwst. s ' , " : . , . ', . ' : . , - . ', . , . J 5 'Y ' . Y ' 7 ' D ! ' . ' ' , . , . , . . ' ART CLUBS GOQWU Left to right kneelmg E Fetterolf L Kesslel Fust row S Stanltls J Stehl M Buchsplce R T61tSWOIth L Bressler D Stutzman G FOIDLY L Eldmdn P Weener J Hentz L Herb L Ram belger C Holnbelger P Altz E Blyler N Johne M Anduws Second row P Wetzel D Stlelv S We1kel D Hoffman B Kllngel K Maurel D KFQISQI R Ely M Hauck B Mlllel M Relner S M0lgHH D Conrad L Bobsler J Ebelt P Klm mel A Klmger A 'VI1lle1 J Nlmgan R Weaver A Paul M Glose D Shddle Mu Supel advlser Ld t row B Wolfgang N W1lle1 C Dmger R A Klmger A Lucas J Carl R Saltzel P Wll son J Rothelmel P Cook P Spottb F Klmger M A Stutzmm P Hcnty J Blyler D Reed B Stan F f1IUI'IlGlIT'ld.ll C BIUSIUS N Neumelster L NI Tloup C Kelm D Bowman N Shuey M A Hoxnbelgex C Kessler FUTUHE IIIIME MAKERS UF AMERICA DYTITFU 3 fs 0 n ,145 nffpfj 44 Zu-0 Left to rilet front row: P. Hummel D. Stiely J. Stehr J. Ebert R A Klin er E Kimmel D Bl - . . g . . y ler J. Ebert S. Spot L. Heim C. Wiest A. James B. Smeltz. D. Massa r K. Miller I. Miller M. Stump S. Willer D, Umholtz J. Huntzinger M. J. Kraft P. Minnich J. Troutman A. Yunno B. Wetzel L Eshelman. A. Clark G. Holdeman A. M. Wolfgang J. Wiest Miss Rummel aflxiser. Second row: S Wnikel s. staniris s. Deiblef P. smink A. M. Gas: kins G. Miller H. McDermott A. L. Fronk J. Mat- tern. R. Ely M. Merxinc P. Wiest G. Schwalm C Merxine J. Scheib LJ. Welker J. Carl B. Leitzel D. Huntzinger S. Stutzman, P. Fertig C. Coleman J. Conrad B. VNoll'gang B. Miller. Last row: C Dinger J. Carl L. Lrdman D. Conrad L. Bossler A. Lucas, S. Morgan K. Maurer M. Buchspics M A. Hauck. Lett to ught llrst low R Schwaltz R Wlnst R Paul A Klmger C DlLtTlLh G Matalonls R Haltmm B Kllnger H Remel Mr Smeltz ad Vlbel Second low J Troutman M Bowman R Wetzel B KllI1g9l L Maurer G Knorr W Stutz man F Shadle J Deete1 D Lees L Khngel L W Mattezn R Slotterback T Green C Bechtel H Clousel D Hoke L Me1v1ne R Helm Future Farmers of meriea Albert Klmgel Preszdfnf Shulee Morgan Sweefheazt CllffO1d De1tr1ch Vue prestdent The FFA xs an extremely actlve gloup 1n our h 0 'Ihcu Xe 1 has been a busy one Outstandlng a t1x1t1es ot mdludual members and of the group .1 3 whole mcludc August 1 Albert Khngel and Charles Schaef 161 attended the Amerlcan Instxtute of Cooperatxon at Purdue Unlvelslty September 23 All membels partlclpated m thc Judglng contests at the Gratz Falr October 1 Raymond Hartman Cllffoxd Deltrlth and Robelt Schwartz partlclpated IH the hvestock fleld day at Penn State Unlversxty October 6 All F F A members attended the Nepp co show at Harllsburg October 13 15 Wlth the F HA the FFA spon sored the T11 Valley Commumty Falr held ln the hlgh school October N Roy Paul was elected the area treas sored the Dauphm Schuylklll A1 ea Leadershlp Tralnmg School January 11 All FFA members attended the Falrn Show at Harrlsbulg Albert Khngel and Raymond Hartman recelved the Kevstone Farmer Deglee March 9 The annual Father and Son Banquet was held m the hlgh school cafeterla Sh1rlee Mor gan was crowned FFA Sweetheart Aplll 25 Replesentatlves from the club partlu pated ln the Parllamentary Procedure and Publxc Speakmg contest held m our own h1gh school June 12 1-1 Delegates w1ll attend FFA Week at Penn State Umversltg, ,, ' ffg, , ply: U. V, A ' -' ' . . . ' ,Y V. ' l. . Y . . , I Y ' l 1 ' X . 9 ' 1 ' I l 2 1 ' u ' .1 - 1 ' D l ' ' 1 ' ' ' ' ' " : . , . , . Sf.,j'1.-.vq.A, . L ' r 1 - . - . .. . r . . , . 1 , , , , . , .. ,L , , , L . , . , . ' ', . - :ez . A . .3 - : H3,l'H6l'. Last row: D. Herb, D. Bixler, J. W1est, H U I ' 'll v - y ' ' v - 1 . I- U . . . - 'A' V ' ' ' . , . , . , . . I . . f . ' ' ' 1 ' A . . Y I - ' . . ., . . . I ' 5 '., I Y I I l . ,- . . V l . v .AJ 2 Y ,I L , J- K Lak 1, 1 le, 7 K1e1sherb Coeds C1de1 K P Bunny Hop Quxet, please' Chow Masquerade Phys1cs Lab Slppln cxder 1 I V 2 x Q, dm V I , 4, ,K F ' I 1 33 A i. 5 1 . 'T lv I 3 W Qmw 1 1 M. 1. ' ' " 2. I 3, ' - , , 4. : . 5, 6. l' . , ' . 8. ' y ' F-7- F '84 X 'Ill'IIllXWlllE 'IIFKOD KGHIETYI' KODN 'IIFIIHIIIIE INBMSMLIIL iw sl 'r ' rl' Q V 2 A i M i-.QEfgg M isa! gil 'S LJ 4 Kneeling: Richard Rickert, William Carl, Dean Snyder, Larry Arz, John Klinger, Vernon Schlegel. Standing: Mr Zeigler, Bruce Shomper, James Schwartz, Williard Riss- inger, Frederic Reed, James Miller, Warren Klinger, Wil- liam Witmer, Rizhard Savidgc, Franklin Artz, Carl Rom- berger. Absent, James Miller, pitcher. fax. it Once again, Hegins Tow nship, under Coach Eddie Ziegler's superb coaching, enjoyed a most suc- cessful season in baseball. In their own league, the team lost only two games and Worked right up to the position of finalist in the district. Count- ing the loss in the last game with East Strouds- burg, the team suffered only four defeats all season as compared with 20 victories. The team had a total of 107 stolen bases of which 66 of these resulted in runs. The team Worked the opposition for 92 walksg 38 blossomed into runs. Seventeen batters were hit by pitched balls and 5 of these resulted in runs scored. In 1955 the team Won five games by a single run margin while losing on two occasions by a single run. This compares with the same number of one run victories in 1954, and no losses. James R. Miller was the "workhorse" of the Hegins pitchers. Pitching nearly all of the im- portant games, he turned in a record of 13 wins and 2 losses. Both of his setbacks were by a single run: 1-0 to Hubley and 3-2 to East Strouds- burg. In addition to being the main pitcher James was also a good hitter. He led his team in hitting with a .396 followed closely by Carl Romlberger with .392. The team in 1954 had a record of 19 wins and one loss. In that same year the team reached the semi-finals in District 11 play. ASEBALL S 3 i D v AJ. Xh 4 ' Q I955 Record Oppnm' nfx i:Lykens ...... . . . 2 Elizabethville . . . 1 4 Millersburg ... ... Hubley .... . . . 1 Tremon ..... . . . 8 Minersville .... . . . 0 Cass ...,...... . . , 5 Schuylkill Haven . . . . . . 2 Hubley .. ....,. . 3 Minersville ...... . . 8 Tremont .... . . 8 i:Po1'ter ...... . . 0 Cass .... . . . . . . fl :f:Mille1'sburg . . . . . 2 Pine Grove . . . 4 Port Carbon . . . . 0 O1'wigshu1'g.i . . . 2 Cressona .... . . O 23: Exhibition Games H.T.H.S. 12 2 14 0 El 2 5 5 9 4 9 13 4 18 5 fl 30 8 sg Playoffs Schuylkill Haven .. Z3 Schuylkill Haven ,. 5 Schuylkill Haven . . . . . O St. Clair .,.... .. 3 MRingtown ........,. ,... 1 iEast Strfrudsburg . . . . 3 District ll play-offs :fi South Schuylkill league play-offs H.T.H.S 4 2 7 T fr -J 'J Varsit Basketball J Lefi to right, kneeling: Gene Miller. Marlin Fetterolf, Richard Schrope, William Shade, Bruce Shomper, Dean Schlegel. Standing: Ronald Huntzinger, manager: Williard Rissinger. James Schwartz, Karl Carl, Larry Ney, LaRue Philips, Harold Clouser, Warren Klinger, Larry Artz, manager. SENIUH Pl YEH f . l.,.,, , V Bruce Shomper Junior Varsit Basketball Lift to llght kmclmg K'11l Schwalm Ronald Shadle Clyde B1es5ler LHIIW Nhllcr Denms Hand Ronald SChWHItZ Standlng Lloyd Klmger Kenneth K1nge1 John Huntzmger Marlm Spotts RObQ1t WIau1e1 James MBUFEI John Khnger T11 X lllf,X emoxed the 1950 56 basketball sex son 111th a Vkllllllllg 1ecord Under the d11ect1o11 of Coach ROb91t Fox the squad d1d a commend able Job Tr1Yallex llmlted thelr opponenta to only 1103 13011118 uhlle thex scored 1931 for an ax erage of 08 3 polnts pe1 game The team won an and fmiliaka 1 1 gamcx and lost 8 for a pe1centage oi 614 M1 Lewis L1sted below are the fue hlgh score1s 101 T11 Valley LaRue Ph1ll1ps James Schwmtz Warun Kllllgel Ma1l1r1 Fettelolf Larry Ney Team Ave-1 age 168 f 983 L11de1 the Cl116Ct1OI1 of Coach Robert LEWIS the 1900 16 Jax Y ee xquad GIUOX ed one of the most p1osperous seasona 1n school hletory Wlth an ox erall reco1d of 19 and 4 snhlch IS a percentage ot 184 Tr1Xallex held the oppos1t1on to 513 polnts 11 h1le thex rlpped the netq for 812 In years to come T11Vdll9X should def1n1tely loom as a contender 111 the South Schuxlk1l1 League Llsted below are the fue h1gh 5co1erS for the Jav Vee Lar1 x M11le1 ' John Huntzmger ' Robert MHUIQI John Kllnger James XIHUTCI 5 2 Team Ax 81 age 42 5 lx 395 W? 3 ,. x A 1 A, WX", Y L 7' '43 fx f v A 'ifw L f Q- m f'-.ka gb S9Jc'N ERRUL SMELTZ. 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F, U1 The Choruses fue two separate orgamzatlons, but mth the same goal to brlng entertamment and Gcmbelllng The two gloups unlte and present outetandlng Chmstmas and sprlng concerts On Ap11l 5 6 and 1 Joan Carl and Patrlcla Mmmch attended D1St11Ct Chorus at Pme Grote Jolnt fllgll School Left to riglit, First row: V. Lcitzcl, R. Ebert, M. Bair L. Ossman. M. Starr, B. L. Shade, W. Stutzman, W. Dunkle, C. Donton, M. Shade, A. Miller, B. Bowman S. Boyer, L. Maurer. D. Blyler, J. Huntzingcr, J. Mattern, R. Stephans, C. Deitrich. Second row: M Spotts. D. Schrope, E. Smeltz,T. Schucker, L. Klinger, D. Carl, P. Carl, D. Umholtz, L. Wiest. B. Shade, R Maurer, H. Clouser, J. Stutzman, H. Bolich, D. Sweinl liwrt, H. Bonchert, J. Rissinger, M. Schucker, S Miller. C. Ekerl. Third row: C. Rehnert, J. Hunt- zinger, J. Schwartz, G. Miller, D. Morgan, W. Wetzel P. Ely, H. Harncr, F. Miller, K. Schwalm, R. Klinger S. Straub, L. Keifcr, C. Lubold, Director. R. Rhoads Last row: S. Stutzman, R. Maurer, L. Schlegel. R Reed, B. Reed, D. Hoke, D. Masser. J. Schadle, W Kiinger, J. Klinger. R. Bixier, R. Minnich, W. Rise singer, K. Carl, C. Steiger, M. Fetterolf. The High School Band now consists of 90 mem- bers, including the pupils from Hubley Township. This organization is active during the spring and summer months, participating in many parades and concerts. Uniting with the vocal groups, the group presents delightful Christmas and spring programs. In January one representative, Linda Maurer, attended District Orchestra at Coopers- burg. To add more luster to the group, new suits were acquired last year fred and Whitel. Mr. Rhoads is the musical instructor. The Majorettes are a vital part of the band. They participate in all affairs with the band adding color and elegance in their uniforms of red and white. The Band xw,-M47 L'i"'M R QF? Junior peretta As our junior year began, we looked forward to one of the big events for that year - the Junior Operetta. The operetta selected was "The Count and the Fo-Ed". Under the capable direction of Miss Gemberling, Mrs. Huntzinger, and Mr. Troutman rehearsals began in January. Many hours were spent working diligently to perfect the operetta for the final performance. But in reciprocation for all the many hours spent re- hearsing, the entire cast proved to be co-opera- tive and amiable. Besides the scheduled evening performance, two matinees were presented, one for the grade school and one for the high school. On March 4 we gave our final performance for the public. Although we were only amateurs, we had attained our first successful goal. CAST OF CHARACTERS Birdie Boggs, a sweet and simple girl .... ..., A nnette Paul Amy Arnold, a bright and efficient junior .. Christina Brosius Dolly McSpadde11, daugher of the college president Rita Saltzer Miss Agatha Lockstep, house-mother at the girls' dormitory Alice Klinger Dr. Cicero McSpadden, president. Marden College, Donald Miller Mrs. McSpadden, his wife ...... ......,. P 'rancina Klinger Mark Watsrmyi, the college yell leader ............ Don Boyer Hamilton Hunter, the leader of the gleg club ..Palmer Smeltz NVillie lSleepyl Carter, a freshnqan ........ Gary Coleman Marjorie Blackwood the belle of the campus, Bonnie Schminky Dar Flanigan. a smart young cop .......... Richard Schrope Kenneth tSnoozei Andrews, comedian of the glee club Thodore Maurer 0 v-Ay T? 'Yr' F' is si , .gk ,W-.vw-.. Q fa, Q, .Q- .L is New I 6' el? ...Q 'xn5"?iq, Q! 'Wig L. gg, qxvrq , Q . MQ.. .. fix ,fm .L f X 45,5 .4 4 3 Q ? ' I 5 xf QW , ?i"Qw' 5 Fl , ,Q E" ' 1 ' u Clockwise, table at left: Rita Saltzer, Walter Um- holtz, Don Boyer, Patsy Spotts. Table at right: Mary Alice Stutzman, Amy Miller, Ted Maurer, Robert Maurer. Seated behind table: Lucille Herb, Albert Klinger, Robert Hartman, Palmer Smeltz, Richard Schrope, James Wagner. Standing: Lorraine Bress- ler, Don Miller, Joan Rothermel, Pat Wilson, Miss Knohr, directressg Christina Brosius, Gary Coleman, James Leitzel, Francina Klinger, Alice Klingey. The time for our last 'big stage performance dawned upon us- the senior play! Our curiosity about the choice of the play was finally satisfied. An unusual and different type of play, "The Night of January 16th," was chosen. Who would be chosen for the cast? When this selection was made, under the capable and efficient tutoring of our director, Miss Knohr, and our student direc- tor, Patricia Wilson, We began our rehearsals. The cast and the directors gave many of their evening hours to the perfection of the play. At last came the big night, Nov. 18th. After the matinee and the Ievening performance we received a great many congratulations for a job well done. The witty writing of the play, the careful choosing of the cast, and the patience of the directors all spelled success. Lucrative gains were also made for our treasury. Senior Pla .MW Top Row "What do you know about Miss Andre's connections with Mr. Faulkner'?U "Was your husband low in gumption that night?" "You said your husband met his death on the night. of January lil." Middle row UOIIQ' of us is lying!" "He isn't dead! He isn't dead!" r.. ,--,,,v-- V----vvrsgnv P 1 5 a i i l , l .4114 Boffvm. row - Jurisis First row: Mr. Coleman, Mr. Kreisher, Miss Rum- mel, Miss Fenstermacher. Second row: Messrs. Schlegel, Welker, Artz, Miss Snyder. Last row: Messrs. Lewis, Geist. Troutman, Starr. First row: Miss Jean Blyler, Mr. Charles Stutzmaii, Rev. Frederick Erb, Mrs. Esther Rissinger. Second row: Mr. Frank Stutzman, Miss Carol Klinger, Miss Winifred Clark. Mr. Kenneth Shadle. Third row: Mrs. I. E. Sausser. Miss Mary Hoffman. Mr. J. T. Peiffer, Mr. Claude Vlfilson. G m Exhibition 1. Bonnie Lassies wth grade girlsj 3. T.V. Extra-Specialty 110th grade girlsj 6. "See You Later, Alligator" tSpecialtyJ 8. Your Hit Parade 112th grade girlsl Pictured above is the grand finale of the biennial Gym Exhibition presented under the supervision of the physical education in- structors, Mrs. Huntzinger, Mr. Zeigler, and Mr. Lewis. Because of the great demand for tickets the program was presented at three matinee performances for the school child- ren and four evening performances for the public. This year the theme of the exhibition was a T.V. spectacular, and the entire elaborate setting and decorations were based on that motif. All students from grades seven through twelve have the opportunity to par- ticipate. Opposifv Page 2. "Casey at the Bat" 18th grade boysj 5. Dance Party tSenior girls and boysj 4. Globetrotters Hay Vee basketball teami 9. Lawrence Welk Specialty Qllth grade gulsj 4. "Beat the Clock" 17th and 8th grade girlsj . , S . my lfp- w Q fff' f A gi g , gi ya 1 9 ,ii G ei , if E '55 ,fi 4 Q ff' E! 'i 4 7 ,f fif"' W, ,-T2 ni? " " ' ,A 1 5731 , ,V .7 . if YV Q g 9 3 ,S -if' fa' piifw K" 1 X' lgwvv Fl "' 52525 ' fl .f .. ,f V Q f " ff' 'L , X 5 fiffwsf , fa: Q- . 2 1 X J, MW Mm., if f? 4-' ,-4' M v 12, ,, 1 W PROGRAM AT INTERMISSION Master of Ceremonies. .... Theodore A. Maurer Accompanist .............. ........ J anice Hentz Procession of Royal Pair and -Retinue Coronation ceremony Tap Dance ........ .. Marcelle and Barbara Willier Guest soloist ...... ........ ..,. J e anne Doyle Selections by the junior chorus Recessional The most outstanding and elaborate ex ent of the year is the Junior-Senior Prom. Choosing 'cMoonlight and Roses" as their theme, the juniors bade the seniors a fond farewell. The gymnasium was decorated with many roses of all kinds, and a large moon in the center of the gymnasium gave a dreamy effect. i'Red" McCar- thy" supplied the music for the evening. The affair was under the direction of Mrs. Blanksby. The highlight of the evening was the crowning of the king and queen, whose identities were kept secret until the night of the prom. The king and queen were selected by popular vote of the entire student body. Attending the queen were the lady- in waiting and two senior attendants. Attending the king were three senior attendants. The 9th, 10th and 11th grades chose two girls to serve as their representatives in the court. A girl and boy were selected from the 7th grade to serve as crown-Sbearers. As always the entire public was invited to the dance, and again an interested crowd attended this long-awaited-for event. Asslstlng Commlttee HISTORY COMMITIEE Loft to ught Charles Stcgu Joan Cdll Annetta Pxul Donold Mlllcr WILL COMMITTEE SENIOR MIRROR Seated Lmralne Brebsex Jnnu, Hentn Phxlls Cook Axlsne Luca Standing Rc ex Knngcx Ge: X SL ited AIICQ Klmgel Stdndxng .Ioan Rothumcl Kul Cul Jamw I.A:'1tZ8I ARTISTS Joanne Ebelt Elxol Smeliz PHOTORAPHER Davxd Mabbel CLASS SONG WRITER R1ta Saltzer O 0 Q TK-: ' 5 Q N Jn " 2 ' l ' Q . . , . S' K Y' : tg . " ry -V. 5-, ald Kissinger. Absent: Eleanor Paul, Roger Boyer Im. S K . f .fi ' f nn . 4, X I' I nn NX fy f Yearbook Committee H Q'-21, Left to Ilght seated Polly Reed Mars Ahce Stutz man Francma Kllngex Chlxstlna Broslus Drusllla Raed Standmg Don Boyer Ted Mauler Walter Umholtz The Yearbook C0mm1ttee faced the rebpons1b1l1ty of compllmg and ed1t1ng a vearbook for one of the largest clasees exer to graduate from the school Although they employed the asslstance of numerous groupa f1om the class the greater part of the xx ork waa ehouldered bw thls group Prexlouslx the commlttee ss as to COl1S1St of onlx 6 members but because of the Jomture 7 mem bers from the Hublex Class wexe annexed Xvlth the guldance of 'Vllse Fenstermacher 1n the l1t erarw department and of Nlessrs Troutman and Stan mth the fll12lI'lCl3l end the task was con quered We hope that xou u 1ll enJo5 the book as much as we enjoyed preparmg It Abby.. , , , 4, , ,E ,L - l V, Q 1 ll . 7 - : . . l Av . . . . - V . 'Y . 3 'W , n Z y . - Y , Mr Stan Miss Fenstermacher Mr. Troutman . 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Our class conslsted of 101 students who were dlvlded 1nto three sectlons 9 A advls er Mrs Huntzlnger 9 B adv1serMr Schleg el and 9 C advlser Mlss Fenstermacher The elght puplls who came from Hubley to J01Il us ln the1r senlor year were under the supervlslon of Mxss Wenrlch ln thelr fresh men year The flrst few weeks of school we were all busy gettmg acqualnted wlth new frlends and electmg sectlon offlcers We lmmedlately started taklng class dues IH order to fmance our senlor trlp Yes we were all on our way OPHOMORES MINUTES Tlme marches on and feelmg less 1nfer1or we proudly stepped 1nto our sophomore shoes Under the dlrec tlon of Mrs Blanksby Mr Fox and Mr d1v1dual sectlons The Hubley puplls under Mlss Walters also elected offlcers We con tlnued collectlng class dues and also spon sored our flrst skatlng party whxch proved to be hlghly successful Among many mem orable occasions was the seml annual Gym Exhlbltlon m wh1ch many members of the class took part The students from Hubley partlclpated ln the1r annual May Day Fes tlval Smce we as sophomores were ellg lble to Jom the var1ous clubs many d1d so Thus we said adleu to our second year 1n hlgh school JUNIORS HOURS Tlme IS fleetlng and once agam we entered hlgh school feellng more aggresslve and enthus1ast1c than ever be fore Soon after school fbegan we elected class offlcers The Junlor offlcers of Heglns Hlgh were presldent R1ta Saltzer vlce presldent Ted Maurer secretary Bonme Schmmkey and treasurer Drusxlla Reed whlle ln Hubley these offlcers were elected presldent Walter Umholtz v1ce presldent Karl Carl secretary and treasurer Eleanor Paul By mld November we proudly dlsplay ed our class rmgs of various settmgs In ad d1t1on to two very successful Jello drnes, we held skatlng partles and a Hallowe en sock hop whxch not only promoted our flnanclal purposes but also offered much pleasure and enjoyment The students from Hubley pre sented the play Old Crusty Takes to the A1r The operetta The Count and the Co- ed was tendered by the I-Ieglns Jumors As our Jumor year drew to a close we sold for our flnal project autograph dogs and school Jackets Slnce black and pmk were selected as class colors we were prlvxleged to have the jackets ln these colors Red and whxte Jackets were sold to the other grades Reallzlng that the semors would soon be leavlng us we honored them at the Jumor Senlor Prom We chose as our theme Moonllght and Roses Hubley bade good bye to thelr semors lby holdmg the Jumor Semor Banquet SEN IORS BIG WHEELS The sand IS rapldly drlftlng through the hour glass and now we are now ln our last phase of our school years As our flrst project we elected class offlcers They were presldent Rlta Saltzer V106 presldent Chrlstma Brosxus secretary Vle welcomed elght new members to the senlor class from Hubley because of the consolldatlon of schools and one member from Northumberland By thls tlme the Yearbook Commxttee had been selected and was well on 1ts way Our class play The Nlght of January Slxteenth was a tremen dous success under the supervlslon of Mlss Knohr In order to boost our treasury we sponsored skatlng partles held a Hallowe en dance sold refreshments at the basketball games and held the annual Chrlstmas dance Agaln many members took part 1n the gym exh1b1t1on As always the Junlor Senlor Prom whlch the Junlors sponsored was the hlghllght of the year Baccalaureate servrces Commencement and our senlor trlp end our school days whlch we have enjoyed at Trl Valley Sadness hovers over all of us but we know that a great future Iles ahead for the class of 56 ANN ETTE PAUL CHARLES STEGER DONALD MILLER JOAN CARL sa H ' ' . . . . - , H I Y . 1 . . . - , H H . - - H' ' . - . . l . . . . n Q . , , I , ' , : ' 1 ' . . - , 3 - .,. - . - , 9 . - , . - . . . 0 , . . 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