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

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MOST POPULAR Barbara Bowman, John Huntzinger F9 K 4 fo :: 5 A I, 9 . In , Q , ,f . ry 55? 2 A' ag 'A ' , " i ' V .A f!o,ve...,4nd A ,Memory 451 U36 Y' .. ff, 'Q MOST TALENTED Carol Conrad, Ronald Reed -fi N... I N.. X A Y i ,Mfr ' at . 2 My 5 Q ,.,-wvaff 9 Q f 2 . I4 3 Q 3' m 2 E 2 ,t,,....aunlP""' Mntdhnwmm .4 fir --Q .uv .M v ff ASSISTING COMMITTEE Seated: Joyce Carl, Sandra Deibert, Ronald Reed. Standing: Franklin Miller, Harold Wolfgang, Joan Troutman, Gloria Dunkelberger, Sandra Stutzman, Mary Andrews, Dolores Blyler, Kathryn Miller. leaders, learning, leisure 7 as-f A 1 1 -48' X '- ll f--We A mn J Y Lf ' J 2 5 afirxkl, K ff fb 1--nr . . . 1, yjf vg XX-X +1 ' ' ,, mn ft. "Q," Q V Xin!-Wm V71 , I 1 K VT - if E W L: , V ,F A 1 1 . f 1 - tl: .gf V I gg. x R ' I ri? L V . J a '33 A J A '. , X I v.N A vt? .. 5 1:13 lzwglfir ' V 1 s .-f! ' In - i A 5 at l 3 W X .'- . ' 3. ' - - A .NS , , . ' 1 Y 1 :rf T Y .. ', 5 VARSITY CLUB First row: Sandra Stutzman, Shirley Troutman, Linda Wiest, Barbara Bowman, Jane Zimmerman. Second row: Mary Jane Shade,Jean Conrad, John Huntzinger, Joe Bowers. Last row: Marlin Spotts, John Klinger, Mr. Lewis - adviser. Winning ,And 17 using fn Qricndly Kivnlry MAJORETTES Kneeling -left to right: Bette Smeltz, Janice Huntzinger, Carol Conrad. Rear row: Sandra Stutzman, Nancy Harner, Janelle Moyer, Marie Starr, Betty Lou Shade, Linda Wiest. VARSITY CH EER LEADERS Horizontal-left to right: Carol Donton, Sally Str- aub, Kay Wetzel, Sandra Stutzman, Mary Jane Shade. Vertical-front to rear: Jean Conrad, Jane Zimmerman, Patricia Gilbert. JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Left to right: Mitzi Green, Barbara Stutz- man, Janet Kessler, Kay Shadle, Chris- x tina Straub, Sharon ' - Stutzman. Adding Pep ,And Zesf C0 Our ,Activities 'W W 'E 322- 2 gi A x i,gM:y,.1k :,,,QZ:, - g,1,g'if, ,Kxqg:5T:l,, N ikf. 'Nap cu 1. ' . 5 3-1. Q Z M-1 l f 1' if ' , W -,,,,,, ,,,., ,W ,A -.,M,. .,..,,.k .-.-.. -.. W-- Wil mf- 1--es-4 . -W -.. gfS'i-EM .apr tubs 54 4 --Q .., V gf' .. NYSE f Q ,4- D , K . 'sq ' r Q V ' ,.,f- MOST POLITE Sandra Deibert, Elmer Lyons MOST TALKATIVE . . " " ' MOST COOPERATIVE lL b d 0.1.53 MOST MISCHIEVOUS Fl - - X oce ar, icard rz L A A f-37' '. it - - leaders, Khaasing Glass Personalities 5 E E vi. A 2 ' 7 E 5 .I L ii , Q 3 Q., 21' 'N 53" . 3, v', 42 Y' ' 'f,' Gina: -.. Q .Q -- 'wp '15 ,dh QW 4 1' Q Vik ...-.0-W ' x D I M7111 X ORCHESTRA Seated: Marlin Spotts, Mary Alice Bair, Linda Ossman, Virginia Leitzel, Sandra Miller. Stand- ing: Mr. Rhoads, Larry Deiter, David Schweinhart, Sally Straub, Darryl Morgan, Carl Lubold, Franklin Miller, Ronald Reed, Gary Koppenhaver. LEATHER CRAFT CLUB Left to right--seated: Carl Troutman, Roger Snyder, Gene Kehler, Carl Boyer, Standing Glenn Troutman, Franklin Specht, Roger Morgan Y fa A !v"-'!'r ,, , - Taz! Participating Jn ew ,And Different Activities 'Z fr , Gombzned Wzlh Oulszdc Actzvzlzcs 270 :Hu J 'ids-... jolly jalapy jak esters ,411 Of Zfhis .75 Uri-Valley High ,Ami ZIIIS Our lfcarlwak TO MR AMBROSE M STARR WHO BRIGHTENED OUR SCHOOL DAYS WITH HIS HUMOR WAS EVER READY TO GIVE US PERTINENT POINTERS ON THE FUTURE AND WAS GENUINELY IN TERESTEDIN US AS INDIVID UALS WE GRATEFULLY DEDICATE THIS YEARBOOK OF 1958 We Dcdzmte 16 'QVC-...ww---' AIJMINISTRATIOW .. , if I , ' 4 Q L I I e :T 1 112 1 ' Q 1 A 9 1 : M 1 X ,,H n 'Y A 1 , s , , V , i I 'im , 4 x ' , L, - . f I ' Q ' . 4 X K J . X L A 5 5 X A ' J Q . sw, A f f ' I , , 5 1 ' ' 1 ., ,V 1 x ,f . 1 ' f i I M J 2 gl 5 'QMM W" , , 3 ' A ' WV-' 'N-. f 5 A Ycurbook Advisers Atv, I Mr, Trouzrnan Z Miss Frnstcrmacher . ..f 1 Nir Starr N- AI' ' ' 1 ' 1 Al l . sl V F! IJ 'N B 'QQ MR. D. K. SCI-IWARTZ, A.B., M,A. Supervising Principal of Tri-Valley Joint School System They Were OUR ADMINISTRATION We wish to express our sincere gratitude to our wonderful principals for giving us the g uidan c e that we needed to face the long road ahead of us. With our board of twenty-five members,there has been a constant strive to improve our know- ledge throughout the six years at Tri-Valley. N'lT"'T. 1 '7 "' f fr MR. WILLIAM A. MAURER, B.S., M.S. Principal of Hegins High School Division of the Joint System x , 1 ,l I , f,X.,k.,LLv."b LW-4 b 4, V.. ,Juv y2,W ' MR. C. LANSTON MENTZER, A.B., M.Ed Principal of All Grades of the Joint System Our Guides BARRY BOARD Standing , left to right - George Hinkel, Glenn Zeigenfuse. Sitting, left to right - Walter Morgan, C. William Kessler, Arthur Lucas. HEGINS TOWNSHIP BOARD Standing, leftto right-Harry Minnich, Walter Koppenhaver. Sitting, left to right- Lloyd Bressler, LeRoy Kessler,lrvin Ressler. HUBLEY BOARD , 1 -N I Q? 3 4' 'E H ' H!!! 5 t W Q' 4 fl Zlzi a l QW f Standing, left toright - Joel Klinger, Ralph Standing left to right Willard Deitz Earl Gilbert. Sitting,left to right - Ivan Koppenhaver, Snyde r Sitting left to right Neil Bowman Harold Kissinger. William Rarnberger '-1 6 , f, 'll the Q ' , X H '1 Nr Y-1. fl' ' A' . w ,. I I I gf E' f Xgaylfij Guy R Artz Kutztown State Teachers College Mathematlcs FFT! ,oLr61.f4AQm6M MJ Dolores Derstlne A Ursmus College Mathematlcs Lb SIG ,Lk ,5Z.,,M,Kj,,,AL.4M B5 Laura L Gemberhng B S Susquehanna Unxver sxty Vocal Mus 1C ,ye- r .,,j its Walter Bushinski, B.S. Blooms burg State Teachers College Drwer Trammg iuxx Jlqbugg an Florence E Fenstermache r, A B .Iumata College Enghsh KN r' af fi affifg C44 Beatrlce Huntzmger Posse Nlssen School Phys xcal Educatwn Physxcal Educanon Health CR cr, ai 4- j g hz" " nr . t , N A 32,7 g, Harry E Coleman, Bloomsburg State Teachers College Commercxal WALZL 'Vg YA074 Robert F Fox B S Kutzstown State Teachers College CIVICS Sclence dung E Clamr Klees Blooms burg State Teachers College Hlstory Geography 7 l'.a LIL 'S ax N lg i s i A sg..A vt , 5... f ' 7,2 , t 'L Af i ' T r i J Y 5? 4 Q 'f MW ilfdrlwo B- bf. Herman L Coleman, Franklm and Marshall College Chernxstry Phys 1cs Db ffzif Earl B Cfexst B M cl Catawba College Pennsylvanxa State Un1VefS1ty lndustrlal Arts QA an-m f J V11 Robe rt E Lewls West Chester State Teachers College Health Phys1cal Educatwn B.S. B.S. . . y . ll, . 3? T c ' T' ' if A S 'v T Q ef' I li 4, -S' 1 'ff--' 3-S --. A Y 'A ' , off ! C xx -0 ' 2 ,f Q f y 1 K lf. 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J X X Y 71 I 4 On:-fi 1 fl 7,f r M, I I 4 , I, U X . f I K Y , LR! . . . f 1 ,' f 2 ' mf! w,-1 ff D ,fllclw I 1,5 7' 5 '7' F it C v ' ,B, K ' ' - A.'B. , A. .I .1.5. ' P. . ., ' M A . I t JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL FACULTY -s , AW' . HUBLEY TOWNSHIP scnoor X 'Qzrf' . -....,-.O me ,,,, I ffm Tr' gli """""' L "" fu - Dale Messner, B.S ' Mary Rees, B. A. Millersville State lmmaculata College r V Teachers College English Industrial Arts ,W rr"' I tw- ? 2 'M ,, -f we -X z ww L . L f 1 f 1 Jay it is . V, ' .NA A A i i l TE W V , X W N 5 E X C 2 Q , A ' W 1 Q--.. --H I -----. h-'rf' Mary Louise Rhoads Raymond O. Latsha, B.S. , John A. Rodenbaugh, I.. , B.S. Principal B.S. X West Chester State Millersville State Kutztown State Q.s"""- Teachers College Teachers College Teachers College mx Music Mathematics 7 and 8 English, Geography, MM in 3 was Algebra 9 Library L,,,,,,- 1- .,,..i My A 1-W 1"'1 :am -5-ri... i tg ke - '1 Q 2' 4... lv l s a ,. " E' ' l A 'X X ' . lf' ts '- A I Q I Emma J. Walters Beaver College Home Economics History, Art 'Ninas- u s , astral! W Annabelle Wenrich West Chester State Teachers College Physical Education, History r' ...viii -' A Q HX gr, f . - --'1'5'f, - if' Xi? sb l Y '34 1-?' , "I 'N L, 5 lc A 1 N I. X am .-, J lg.. Z., 'be lax 4' ' if .L IWW!-, wart ADDITIONAL PERSONNEL N AT VA TRI- LLEY JOINT HIGH ' 3 I all fm Qs, Q ,Q 'Q Z f Y ,, "1 . . X . l A - ' T it f 1. . w.. xx ,, -mme-w1D7sX Q f -u 9 , ' y Mrs. Eleanor Davidson, ' X'f.,, Allen Diehl, B.S. 7 V, Daniel C. Welker, B. A.B. t'x'7w,X Kutztown State X' K I Blooms burg State lmmaculata College iff y Teachers College .N Teachers College Substitute for Mr. ,V English K x Mathenfiatics Diehl from ' 4? Returned from military xXx K4 f On leave of absence September to January ' leave in January VK' for study at Penna. V, t I NA. ,Q J Wg X N State University Ilia LI H 5 M A Ji wages x . M I , Q 'S .ck C S ' i H234 tie' ' - 7 1 3 It j Mrs. Dorothy Spotts 5 !'Y'i Secretary A lx to Mr. Schwartz ' ' 'Q-7' Mrs. Jean Klinger, 3 R. N. School Nurse 4 --v-...Q 2 Nun. 2 lllllli f mmm Y" 'V 1 Mrs. Phyllis Artz Secretary to Mr. Maurer 3 2 Q' 3 2 5 A s S fj- 1 Q I . fi '. Af' V Yu Mrs. Lorraine Harner Cafeteria Worker Mrs. Eva Leggett Cafeteria Worker ' SLASSSS fi :S J ' f ' ei I f, 3 'QS m..'.:.u".':.'X .. I 'X-. r Y K-X 4 ' lxgfzflqwn-A 4 'JZ I . I 3 5.1 Class Representatwes Fxrst rov., henry PSCIHCT, llth, .Mirry fxhller, 11th.5L-cond row: Arm Herb, Bthg Alice Gouder, 10th. Third row: Faith Borche-rt, Tthg Burlington Latshaw, 9th, ,........,-- SENIORS---1958 Q 'ip -'CT T e .RW . i il 1--f' . ef t ...if if Q f, " X lfQx mov' X if :af 13 uv' X X MARY ANDREWS Klingerstown Comrnercial Drives he 1' own dreamboat . . . keeps Marlene Company . . .whiz in shorthand and bookkeep- ing . . . amiable and agreeable. . . several secret passions. RICHARD ARTZ Hegins Academic "Barney" . . . d issects cats . . . yen for trouble . . . accident prone , . . majors in studies. . . always heard though seldom seen. SZWQA. Q Q YW-wx , 75. 'x x DOLORES BLYLER Valley View Academic Always on her toes fdancing, etc.l . . . accom- plished cook and pizza producer . . . pert piano player . . .fashionfadist , . . dainty, blue-eyed blonde, JOE BOWERS Spring Glen General Loud, lean, lanky . . . only senior boy with a ha rem . . . here today, gone for the next two weeks . . .capable football and basketball player . . . stogie smoker. DEAN BIXLER Valley View Agriculture "Newe st" car on the road . . . peppy, pesty, provoking. . .car crazy . . . "chicken" conscious . . . brusque, brawny, and blond. RONALD BIXLER Valley View Academic "Ronnie" . . . holds a secret recipe for nitro- glycerm . . . keen and korny sense of humor . . . loud, loquacious . . . daffy drummer . . . Mr. Troutman's pet peeve . . . God's gift to girls. 15 gp ffm- 'W ,, 1, , X wg, 'tw BARBARA BOWMAN Sacramento Commercial "Babs". . .practical,pleasing,polite. . , looks collegiate . . .classy clarinetist . . . flashy forward . . . superb secretary . . . drives a little green wagon, DOLLY BOWMAN Klingerstown R. D. I. General Studious and serious . . . sensitive but sensible . . . silent and solitary . . . neat dresser . . . pen-pal at Penn State. it Tis.. y urs- , ANJWA ,-. V - i N K -i A .. fl fi-' s +1 f if 4 - 'zip I OJ.-A 1 ' Abu , , N A, 1 14, l 0. "' . SENIORS1-,Jr-958 -ff ' . , , f.4""Af1.. , 1 . nf' ' w if' I Q .I . I 46 ff' 4 fggnf,-. F X Q , f , - M , . . ,2,oJV' J' . . . A pw 'im ' 'H AV ,il , PQ an - in -, - EQ -..... Q iv ,ff ' or , , . ,W ft, 'mu Xfim , Z3 K , 2 Z - ff? U' .14'?E':2'-, f iifx "Cf i' , Q, H95-pri '--'wx' 1: leg.: fgih -,4..... ,.,, .I Q31 I viii' af.-wif i f 1?:i'113:14'+" 1- 5:1111 5, 5. 3 , 3' I 1. ,ff . E 1lqli,.rY.:f,R.m-1 4.,:SI':...t.. 1 .s:f.wcf,. .N SHIRLEY BOYER Valley View Commercial "Shirl" . . . bland, bookish, bashful . . . drives a Dodge . . . responsible and reliable . . . neat and trim appe a ranc e . . . ready and Willing DANIEL CARL helper. Hegins General "Monkey". . . spunky, sparkly, skittish . . . CLYDE BRESSLER little, loud, lively . . . Eshie's egg scrambler Valley View Academic , , , "Grosely" interested in girls . . . friend- "Buster" . . .quiet on occasions . . . avoids ly and frivolous. strenuous thinking . . . late and silent sleeper . . . future Joe College . . . likely prospect for JOYCE CARL driver training course. Hegins Academic Cvay, gabby, giddy . . . apt actress . . . soda ' 1, Swisher and sundae scooper . . .mixes with males . . . bountiful brains. .Jae V f! K V' , "3 S I CN Q f ' Sr ,lg 1 p 4 i "" ' UN ' ak .. , 4... K N x. "" if 5 A H lil- in '2' rf - E 5 'X .i ' ,hz , L.. 5 : V, 'jj 'E tj xl.,L,.1 ,V ' .bo-A Q, it, "v...fA'a,g E A ' l is , , A ' CAROL CONRAD ' fl, lifff Valley View Commercial l X All " Mix -e d " up . . . pretty, petite, pleasant 9 . . . chattery and chumrny with "Cheanie" and "Sandy" . . . our T r itzel ' s Pritzels girl. . . SANDRA DEIBERT I . . 5 - Sally s little sister . . . Valley View Commercial "Sandy" . . . dainty and demure . . .has the V 11 V. MARLIN DANIEL - tinie st voic e . . . epitome of neatness . . . Ha, ey ,few I Academic seldom seen sans Slim ...skates and Simple . . .Jane andKitty's closet palfsccond Charlestons gradel . . .shyand secretive . . . eye appealing ' and well-dressed . . . s eldom seen in social DONALD DINGER Spots' Hegins Academic "Emerson" alias "sir Donald" . . . perfect attendance in school? ? ? . . .majors in P.O.D. . . . hides his brain under a bushel . . . danger- ous driver. SENIORS-H1958 yu: L '!"'v- s...,,,,s if K xx!! A i 5' F 1, X 3 if-a GLORIA DUNKELBERGER Hegins General lnterested in geriatrics . . . loves a good time . . . gads in Dad's Chevy . . . heckles Harry , . . casual and candid. ALICE ERDMAN Valley View Commercial A Kimmel ' s cutie . . .girlfriend to her boy- friend's boyfriend. . .gurgly giggle . . . blush- ing blonde . . . enjoys Washing hamburger pans at closing time. nn., Qvfl- W 2 t fllll MARLENE GIEST Klingerstown Coinrnercial Calm, cool, and collected . . . Co-pilots Mary's Plymouth . . . no nightly pin-ups . . . capable secretary . . . Dale minded. THOMAS GREEN Ashland, R.D. Agriculture "Tommy" . . . bright eyes, kinky curls , . . rnightymite . . . perky and pesty . . . energetic and enterprising , , ,ag minded, 5. aff' '17-1 :if by 'lui A ELEANOR EETTEROLF Klingerstown R.D. General "El". ...quiet andreserved. . .queen's complexion. . .pleasant disposition . . . enjoys bookkeeping 7 ? 7 skates and drives for diversion. TERRY FETTEROLF Pitman Agriculture Tour s the towns in his "Merc" . . . deerhurlt him. . . sn pydresser . . . grumpy but a good guy . . . niixfblenimryod. A ,Wi x1-1 I ,t I , , , J i, , I V i I, la' NL it "' - I I . V I xfxj' N 1, ' - I - 3" J 5 y QI f Q fl! ,Yr N in - , 4 . i R "" D Q seq.:-1 X Q X ' l I l MARIAN GROSE Hegins General Constantly with Carole . . . a laugh all her own . . . rollicking, restless,robust redhead . . . eggs-aminer at Eshies' . . . one of the "grave- diggers". RICHARD HEIM Pitman Agriculture "Hosh" . . . hunts hosh . . . slow but sure . . . engaging grin . . . rivals with Bushinski in driver training . . . one of the Heim boys. .fi ,mx U' 1 L gn, We -2352 s X5 c SENIORS---1958 1 ' - 5 ,542 gig 2' lei ll? 5, . Y 'Q s'5-'f' 'Sir' if ,f I 1? f Iv. -, JAMES HENTZ 4 ' Hegins General !'Jim" or "Hentzie" . . . blond bundle of mischief . . .wiry,wordy, and wary . . . avid hunter fall legalll . . . goes over the mountain to see what DALE HGKE he can See, Spring Glen Agriculture CHARLES HEPLER Pitman Agriculture "Charlie". . . stocky build . . . gay gallivanter . . . hale and hearty . . . has a shake, rattle, and roll-mobile . . .short-lived romantic interests. 3 . y' " yp, L Q! ROBERT HORNBERGER Hegins General "Horny" . . . trying and tormentish . . . burden- some voicebox , . . gusty guffaw . . . fishes with Fox . . . goofs at the Globe, JANICE HUNTZINGER Hegins Academic Tricky twirler . . . natty dresser . . . a close second for the class'best dancer . . , placid and palsy . . .just plain nice. 1, Um! ! I those blond curls and blue eyes . . . gets stranded at the Milk Bar . . . happy-go-lucky and always going . . . bangs brass plates in the band . . . gabs, gabs, gabs . . . ARLENE HORAN Ashland, R.D. l Economics Willowy and Winsome . . . professional gum chewer . . . even tempered and entertaining . . .angelhair and camay complexion . . ."Loves" Lavelle. mfg 4-5 ,,,, 5, I QQ- - -ev f' VN- JOHN HUNTZINGER Hegins Academic "Beady" . . .ta1l, da rk, and handsome . . . mis- chief minded . . .mad scientist . . . Cocker spaniel eyes . . . friendly foot. NORMA JOHNS Sacramento Commercial Secret passion of one guy . . . Al's waitress , . . serene dark beauty . . . bookkeeping starlet . . . serious, silent type. SENIORS---1958 YF ans, AN 1..- Y 'P' CAROLE KEIM Pitman Commercial SWPHTCT girl . . . provides a second home for "Buck" . . . perpetual prattler . . . long, dark, wavy tresses . . .scintillating sense of humor, CAROLE KESSLER llegins R.D. 2 Commercial "Tootsy" . , . flushes and blushes easily. . . renewed interest in bookkeeping . . . frequents Gratz auction . . . is hesitant about but loves the opposite sex . . . contagious giggle. X . iff Sy, Vffl JW" BARBARA KLINGER Klingerstown R.D. General "Barbie" . . . neat and sweet . . .army corre- spondent. . . big game Cmicej hunter . . . teeth like pearls . . . poles trip her Ford. JOHN KLINGFR Valley View Academic Walk s on his toes . . . moody. . . excels in sports . . . browbeats little boys . . .loves his chicken farm and "chickens". f 254'-" O1: "' If w- -54 5' ' 'Q S I LORRAINE KESSLER Hegins R.D. Z Academic Precise and efficient . . . industrious academic bookkeeper . . .cafeteria chow caterer . . .has a mind of her own . . . enjoys Driving Training Qand what goes with it.l ROY KISSINGER Klingerstown Academic Class Character . . . runs the Klingerstown cab service . . . pudgy and personable . . . argu- mentative and occasionally obstinate . . . Tri- Valley's Sputnik. 414 iii. V i t 1-vw, in , , ix s A as A ' ' '1 .J X is gi .t LLOYD KLINGER Hegins Academic "Mose" . . . "Where are we going tonight?" . , .blushing ears . . .comrnutes between Weishample and Hegins . . . alien janitor for the Reformed Church . . . loafs for leisure. RICHARD KLOUSER Hegins General Works in spurts . . . picks on his size . . , jiV6'y jifferbllggel' . . . heavy hunter . . . Mr. Schlegel' s pet peeve. ws--i SENIORS---1958 4 ,fx .- . 6 1 'FIS 'Q ,- A . I. psvtx :Qs x f Lo. , st VH, i LE i 1, x "T , 1 i ' ,x , ' . X A X BONNIE LEITZEL g Klingerstown Academic X Terribly ticklish . . . intensely intelligent . . . l definitely dependable . . . Gloria's shadow . . tickles the organ's ivories. CARL LUBOLD Heging Academic WILLLAM LEITZEL Klingerstown Academic "Bill" . . . our nature boy . . . big bit of a boy . . . should use "no-doz.e" pills . . loves and teases all the girls . . . snake charmer and cave explorer. ,fm Q. inn--A A ,- by 4 A 7 JI.: , ,J ,J ,, 83" N J M Q, f - P . R ' ' , 1. 'J' , if ff :J Q- i lnni ffl g N ,,,-J 1J,:fH59'l y A A ,- if i 1 i JOAN MATTERN Sacramento Academic Dark complexion and blue st of blue eyes . . . determined diete r . . . has an ailing clarinet . . . works at the Gratz Auction . . . Wears a handsome fi-iend's F.F.A. pin and ring. HAROLD MAURER Hegins R.D, Agriculture "Penrose" . . . peddles for Penrose Inc. . . . kindly a ttitude . . .never misses school? 7 ? Uncle Sam's secret weapon . . . has a yen for talkative women. Businesslike and bright . . . potential photog- rapher . . . short but not on friendliness . . . flies in his Ford . . . finds trees in the funniest places. ELMER LYONS Hegins Academic " Fudd" -short for Fuddolsky . . . too young to be annoyed by w om e n . . . keen mathematical mind . , .always gets the best swing . . . thrifty and thriving. 'Db I - f is to Qs. N 4 iw- . 5' JAMES MAURER Hegins General "C.S." or ".Timmy" . . . cat carverff3 . . , trouble s ome and tricky . . . nonchalant and jaunty . . . a dandy dresser . . . distaste for books but good taste in women. LINDA MAURER H9girlS R.D. 1 Academic An alphabet of abilities . . . vast vocabulary . . . studious but pleasure loving . . . has no inten- tions of changing her name . . . leader in class activities . . .lover of art? '? '? is 1 f'F"'tg is . f f ...- l iq, SENIORS---1958 V- I .Q Q if .k X J ji 3 W! , lx W N 4 V ,M ' iggjigf i i , FRANKLIN MILLER yr Hegins R.D. Z Academic X "Frankie" . . . animated actor . . .stellar student . . .masterful musician . . . small CAROLYN MERVINE scooter-scamp . . . mud mixer, Hegins Academic Slim, sociable, and sincere to a certain under- KATHRYN MILLER c la s sman . . . dresses attractively . . . ex- Valley View Academic cellent s eamstre s s . . . fast, flashy forward "Kitty" . , . astute athletic ability . . . easy to . . . able artist. get along with . . . tall, talented, temperamental . . . music minded . . . always seenwithSusan. MARILYN MERVINE Hegins Academic Slight and shy . . . also dresses attractively , , studies c ont in uo u s ly . . . uncommunicable . . enjoys shopping tours. Us "l99"" 35. iw' X Lg x JEAN MORGAN be 5 Pitman Commercial i "Jeanie" . . .cheery countenance . . . cafeteria cash collector . . . a s s i stant bookkeeper to a LARRY MILLER certain bookkeeper . . . gay giggle . . , our Sacramento General "Jeanie With the Light Brown Hair." "Yellowhead" . . . caper cutter . . .corny cackle rowdy but romantic . . . cavorts in a convertible NANCY NEUMEISTER . . . has a variety of friends. Hegins, R.F.D. 2 Commercial Carefully coiffured . . . fair complexion and ROBERT MINNICH fine feature s . . . wholehearted and diligent Hegins Academic worker . . . quick tempered . . . argues with "Spike" . . . broom bait for Mrs. Super . . . has MT- Williams. an affinity for trouble . . . peddles pretzels and potato chips . . .motorcycle maniac . . . shines with "Monkey", 32 , is ' I Y fy X ii- 'Q . I IJ y 'V 'ik ' 1 - 1 ' h I H 1 "lvl, -N F , 4 W A Alrdlf VIL 1 N 'R L qw, I - ex .. . li .if ff A 77V f . X vi .X , M E s- X y lj Ns-.- 1. , - j y J-35 ,.,s V if Seniors - -1958 ,194 'lla 'Us 19 A. ROBERT OSSMAIN HSg1nS Academlc Constantly confused muscle mmdecl ardent archer oeslgns cars cycle Crazy STTIOOII1 Shiite? CHARLES REHNERT Ashland R D l Academmc RONA-LD REED D14 Women hater '7' 'P bellows on the Kl1Hg6TStOWU Academic barltone glves cops a run for thelr money TWV ace aftwt Ver? lefaatlle deft dancer delmghts 1n dragglng loud thunderous volce came n the large economy slze plays bass ngs bass HENRY REINER baeb P tman Agrlculture Falthful future farmer mxldmanne red spec1al14es 1n producmg productxve pmgs cute and cooperatlve ser1ous scholar 3.4,- -vwvv. A5 2? -. wsvtqu R -XYMOIND RUNKLE Hegmns A.caoem1c un Nfl in Runl-cle artxst cally actlve scho lastlcally passlve f1rst1n physlcal fxtness JAMES SCHADLE ardent archer bowls at Bo ers Sacramento Academlc pretty blono curls Y Jlm drawls IH hrs talk and dawdles mn hls Walk soft slumberer lean and lax LUKE SCHADE frlend wlth Upper Dauphln guys Sacramento Acaoemxc Peaceful P nboyo 7 Gets andwrecks cars ha a ong employ ment record suave ldeburns JUDY SCHEIB possesses potentlal braln power catches Hfgms Academic u on hls glee in Classes Juchth sl1m trlm and met1culous P p 11rst lady of the F H A notable natural tan keeps her secret love 1n storage tops ln I Q 33 . X , f, , nfs , X- .six ' W "' I .4 X Y X QW. tg 4 V' sf V lx g 1.1 Q ' 1:5 A vv ', vv - vw. vu I V - . I H U H I. V ' 7 1 I ' ' ' . . . . l . . . . I A H r M. I , ' . . . L ' . . . K ' ', si ' ' , is jf 'lv l a 2 .n.. M: KA' kk ,D yy' 5 NPS' ,:-.1 A A y l A , , , 1, , ay, za Q Q 0 J N, A fi' .- ,A 1 ,Q v K r R l Q, ' f 1 xl A 'ff' l l 4 Aff 52:211Q:2:ErE1i92?z5:32:1:f35222225 K5 5 ' X x vw Iv ' , , ' A ' A - ' L' . . . S l A r '- A I ' ' ' D I ' D H I M . . . - , - , V ' . . . "H "-lx 4, 9- Ovx Seniors- - 1958 ,, 1.2 :s- il 4, . "rw 1 'T ' IFN, if 4 1 "" V f ' 'W M an in t 4 I Www 2 nf - N " V, M 5 t x I "" ' T NANCY sl-IUEY Hegins R.D. Z General "Shuey". . .pleasant and placid . . . friendly, flirty, and fussy . . . refreshing refreshment DORIS SHADLE vendor . . . Carol Keim's competitor . . . Ashland R.D. l General lends a helping hand. Aone-male female . . . pleasing and pleasingly plump . . . good singing and speaking voice LEROY SMITH . . . sparkling brown eyes andlong brown hair Hegins R.D. 2 Agriculture . . . part-time paper peddler. "Pete" . . . one -female male . . . always ready to argue . . . picks up Doris in a pick- FRANKLIN SHADLE up . . . 40-40 vision! ! ! one of the Smith boys. Hegins R.D. 2 Agriculture "Curt" . . . loves learning'?'?'? grows prize "taters". . .tenderizes tame turkeys . . . has a car and a gal . . . Valley Lunches at noon and in the evening. 5' ? if 'J'-, :g ta C 7 X a ""f' Vi-tx W T Q.. . L , ,- 'I-QVI' -, s jim W N X gl - LAMAR STUTZMAN Valley View Academic "Lamusky" . . . reddens readily . . . smooth MARLIN SPOTTS skater . . . gets buck fever . . . natty dresser Valley View Academic . . . dreams of becoming a draftsman . . . "Mal" . . . appears shy but isn't . . . collects drives Pop's Ford. "Tickets" fskating, speeding, etc.,l . . . good humored with locker stackers . . . masterful SANDRA STUTZMAN mechanic . . . interested in curricular and Valley View Academic extra-curricular activities. "Sandy" . . . Mrs. Huntzinger's present adviser and future successor . . . vivacious, SHIRLEY SPOTTS effervescent, aggressive . . . many unseen Valley View Academic romances . . . pert and quick tempered . . . Travels to Tremont . . . 'oins u with J p Juniors daring, dauntless, determined. . . . Joan's pal in school . . . vacations from school frequently . . . wears her boyfriend's boyfriend's jacket. 1-of Suv 9-UQ rv "-x GLENN TROUTMAN Rat' soft spoken and mlld tempered bowls regularly appears 1nd1fferent to women but 1sn t makes the honor roll Pop "' a menace to bugs JOAN TROUTMAN Klxngerstown Academlc Motherly and rnodxsh monopohzes the med1cal room spends evemngs at home 9 'P 9 served suppers at the seashore pmned to a Ph1lly fr1end rv T-v' JAMES WIEST Sacramento Agrlculture Jxm s 1 n c e r e student cons c1.ent1ous worker haunts the lxbrary prospe ctlve Penn Stater slow but sure drawly walk and talk JEAN WIEST Pltman Commerc1a1 "Jean1e" . part of a party of three lxttle andhthe . . agxle andartful dancer has mlschxef mher eyes . extra currxcular act1v1t1es boys' ' ' Senmrs 1958 ji 9 XXX X, Xxx,-" - '- - . f ' A Z, E. S, 1 , X 3 V ' ' 1 , sh- ' 15 1 so " ' 1 h J ' Q 2 t - E p ,. . - ' i' ' , 3 . 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A , 4 .ig.':5,,3j 1:2.5,Q1i3i:fAQr' :,.i ' K I, , ,, , Q -- :, iv"-ma Q -91' 1 'I hs, .Q,N M,-rf . gf?1f4.- 3 maxi IV .P-' GLORIA WELKER Academ1c Hegms Vrvaclous verbose vlgorous always annoy1ng Albxe llghts up llke Rudolph when embarrassed screwy sense of humor sports enthus1ast JACKSON WETZEL Pxtman Acadernlc Jack read1ly amused, easrly confused loose llmbed and easy golng fond of females mlsses school but never mlsses school hob nobs wlth Hosh and Co fm T 1f""5 'Qs-. eww ,Qu L WIEST Sacramento Cornmerc1al Bew1tches bothers and bew1lders John dark beauty actlve ln everythmg Jests wlth Joyce and Jane . . capable and co operatlve SUSAN WILLIER Hegms Academxc Thoroughly and regularly enjoys the mov1es rntelllgent and talented . actxve 1n church work advocate of long halr . nxcely tape red fmgers has a "gutter" mmd 1n bowlmg, that ms' Lhgny Scmars 1958 a"'W4 L,-v1e,.g fx nag Db g WJ HAROLD WOLFGANG Heglns Academlc Teener bowls 205 141 1X2 pounds of muscle has a one and only scmtlllatmg eyes and expanslve smlle future Sputmck perfector JANE ZIMMERMAN Valley V1ew Commerclal Peggy pretty and po1sed peppy and popular part1c1pant 1n a var1ety of school act1v1t1es never dlsheveled wears J1mrny's Jewelry Jarnes Bechtel Harold Buhl Rlchard Clark Dorothy Deeter Carol Ebert Ruby Erdxnan Peggy Fertlg Ronald Gllbert Dorms Hoffman Drop Ouls Q-L Annette James Bryant Klxnger Galen Klouser Jane Rlsslnger James Savldge Mark Schwalm Shxrley Smeltz Peggy Sm1nk Donald Snyder Mary Ann Hornberger Larry Tlce Judlth Huntzxnger Lyd1amae Troup 36 ox , In xy 'wi 5, 'N X 1 : XX ' '54 J- . 2. 1 N l W I , ,V .Q-it v Q vii? i J xx K 1' ' ff J, ' X vfffgf 'Mft Personal Aclzvztzcs MARY ANDREWS Commerclal Club 4 Art 2 RICHARD ARTZ Stagecraft 2 3 4 Bachelors Club 3 Leathercraft 4 DEAN BIXLER F F A 1 2 3 4 Bachelors Club 2 RONALD BIXLER Band 1 2 3 4 Boys Chorus 2 3 4 Jumor Play Bachelors Clubl DOLORES BLYLER News Club 4 Art 3 4 F H A 2 4 Band 1 2 Chorus 2 3 4 Sen1or Play JOE BOWERS Commercmal 4 Basketball 1 34 Varslty Club 4 BARBARA BOWMAN Commerc1al 4 F H A 1 Juruor Class Secretary Sen1or Class Secretary Band 1 2 3 4 Chorus 1 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 Vars1tv Club 3 4 DOLLY BOWMAN Chorus 2 34 Commerc1a14 Art 2 3 4 F H A 1 SHIRLEY BOYER Commerc1al 4 Band 12 3 Chorus 2 3 4 Art 2 CLYDE BRESSLER F H A 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 Bachelors Club 2 DANIEL CARL Stagecraft 2 4 Band 1 2 3 4 JOYCE CARL Art 4 FHA 2 Chorus 2 3 Jumor Play Sen1or Play Basketball 3 4 CAROL CONRAD Art 2 3 4 Chorus 2 3 4 Com merclal 4 Magorette 4 SANDRA DEIBERT Commerc1al4 Art 2 3 4 Chorus 2 3 4 Basketball 4 GLORIA DUNKELBERGER Commerc1al4 F H A 1 Chorus 2 3 4 Basketball 3 4 ALICE ERDMAN Commerc1al 4 Chorus 2 34 Art 4 ELEANOR FETTEROLF Commerc1al 4 Art 2 F HA 1 Chorus 4 TERRY FETTEROLF Stagecraft 2 3 MARLENE GEIST Commerc1al4 Chorus THOMASGREEN F F A 1 2 3 4 Bachelors Club 3 MARIAN GROSE Commerc1a14 Chorus Z 3 4 Art 2 4 Sen1or Play Basketball 4 JAMES HENTZ Stagecraft 2 3 4 CHARLES HEPLER F F A 3 4 Stagecraft 2 DALE HOKE F F A 2 3 4 Bandl 2 3 4 Chorus 2 3 4 Basketball 1 Baseball l ARLENE HORAN F H A 2 Art 1 2 4 ROBERT HORNBERGER Stagecraft2 3 4 Chorus4 JANICE HUNTZINGER F H A 2 4 Bandl 2 3 4 Chorus 2 3 4 Majorette 4 JOHN HUNTZINGER Stagecraft 2 Jun1or Class Treasurer Sen1or Class Treasurer Bandl 2 3 4 Chorus 2 3 4 Jun1or Play Semor Play Basketball 1 2 3 4 Baseball2 3 4 Varsrty Club 3 4 Bachelors Club 2 NORMA JOHNS Commerc1a14 Art 2 3 4 Chorus Z 3 4 CAROLE KEIM Art 3 4 Chorus 2 3 4 Commerclal 4 F H A 1 CAROLE KESSLER Commerc1a1 4 Art 2 3 Chorus 2 LORRAINE KESSLER Art 1 2 4 F H A 4 Chorus 2 3 4 Yearbook Comrruttee 4 ROY KISSINGER Stagecraft 2 3 4 Chorus 2 3 Jun1or Play Sen1or Play F H A 4 Bachelors Club 1 BARBARA KLINGER Commerclal 4 Chorus 4 ArtC1ub2 FHA l JOHN KLINGER Baseball 1 2 3 4 Basketball l 2 3 4 Bandl 2 3 Chorus 2 3 4 Jumor Play Semor Play Bachelors Club 2 Varslty Club 3 4 LLOYD KLINGER Band 1 2 3 4 Chorus 2 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Baseball 3 4 RICHARD KLOUSER Stagecraft 2 F H A Chorus 2 4 BONNIE LEITZEL Art 3 4 F H A 2 Chorus 2 WILLIAM LEITZEL Stagecraft 4 CARL LUBOLD Stagecrait24 Band12 Orchestra 3 4 Chorus 2 3 4 Yearbook Commlttee ELMER LYONS Stagecraft24 Chorus234 Yearbook Commlttee 4 JOAN MATTERN F HA 2 Bandl 2 3 4 Chorus 2 3 4 Basketball 1 HAROLD MAURER F F A 1 2 3 4 JAMES MAURER Stagecraft2 Chorus 2 34 Jun1orP1ay Sen1or Play Basketball 1 2 3 4 Bache lors Club 3 4 LINDA MAURER Band 12 3 4 Chorus 2 3 4 Yearbook Commlttee 4 Junlor Play Semor Play Juruor Class Pres1dent Sen1or Class Presldent CAROLYN MERVINE Art Club 4 FHA 2 Chorus 2 3 4 Basketball 3 4 MARILYN MERVINE Art Club 4 FHA 24 Chorus 2 3 4 FRANKLIN MILLER Stagecraft 2 4 Sen1or Class V1ce presldent Bandl 2 3 4 Orchestra 3 4 Chorus 2 3 Junlor Play Sen1or Play KATHRYN MILLER News Club 2 3 4 F H A 1 3 4 Chorus 2 3 4 Basketball 3 4 LARRY MILLER F H A 2 3 4 Bandl Chorus 3 4 Basketball l Baseball 1 Bachelors'C1ub 2 3 ROBERT MINNICH Bandl 2 3 4 Chorus 1 Stagecraft 2 4 JEAN MORGAN Commerc1al 4 News Club 3 Art Club 2 4 NANCY NEUMEISTER Commerclal 4 Art Club Z 3 Chorus l 2 ROBERT OSSMAN Stagecraft 2 3 4 Chorus 2 3 4 Jumor Play Baseball 3 4 RONALD REED Art 2 3 4 Band 1 2 3 4 Orchestra 3 4 Jun1or Play Sen1or Play Bachelors Club 1 Leathercraft 1 CHARLES REHNERT Band 12 3 4 Chorus 2 Stagecraft 2 4 HENRY REINER F F A 1 2 3 4 Bachelors Club 2 RAYMOND RUNKLE Stagecraft 2 3 4 Art 2 3 4 F HA 4 Band 3 4 Chorus 2 34 Junxor Play Basketball 1 Leathercraft 3 4 LUKE SCHADE Band 1 Chorus 1 2 Basketball 1 Baseball 1 JAMES SCHADLE Bandl Basketballl Baseball l 2 3 4 DORIS SHADLE Commerc1a14 Chorus 2 3 4 FHA 3 Art C1ub2 FRANKLIN SHADLE F F A 1 2 3 4 NANCY SHUEY Commerc1al 4 Art Club 2 F H A 3 Chorus 2 3 4 Cheerleader l Basketball 4 LEROY SMITH F F A 12 3 4 MARLIN SPOTTS Basketball 2 3 4 Orchestra 3 4 Varsrty Club 3 4 Chorus 2 SHIRLEY SPOTTS F H A 2 4 Chorus 2 3 4 LAMAR STUTZMAN Basketball 1 2 Chorus 1 2 F HA 2 SANDRA STUTZMAN At Club 4 FHA 12 3 Band l 2 3 Chorus 2 3 4 Juruor Play Sen1or Play Magorette 3 4 Cheerleader 2 3 4 Varslty Club 3 4 GLENN TROUTMAN Stagecraft 1 2 3 4 JOAN TROUTMAN Art C1ub34 FHA 12 Chorus 2 3 4 Jumor Play GLORIA WELKER Art Club 3 4 F H A 2 Chorus 2 3 4 Basketball 3 4 Yearbook Comm1ttee 4 JACKSON WETZEL Stagecraft 2 3 Chorus 2 3 4 Baseball 3 4 F H A 4 JAMES WIEST F F A 2 3 4 Baseball 1 3 4 JEAN WIEST Commerc1al 4 F H A 1 Art Club 2 3 4 Chorus 2 3 4 Basketball 4 LINDA WIEST F H A l Band 1 2 3 4 Chorus 1 2 3 4 Jun1or Play Magorette 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Varslty Club 3 4 Yearbook Commxttee 4 Com mercxal Club 4 SUSAN WILLIER News Club 2 3 4 Art Club 4 F H A 1 2 3 4, Chorus 2 3 4 Yearbook Comm1ttee4 HAROLD WOLFGANG Stagecraft 2 3 4 Chorus 2 JANE ZIMMERMAN Commerclal 4 News Club 3 4 Chorus 1 2 3 4 Jumor Play Sen1or Play Cheer leader 2 3 4 Varsxty Club 3 4 May Court 1 2 3 Yearbook Commlttee 4 ,,. 2 2 - 2---2 - . 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SECOND ROW: Charlotte G e i s t , Franklin Geist Ronald Geist, Patricia Green Byrd Guers, Gary Harner, Richard Hentz, Anne Herb, Ronald H e r b THIRD ROW' James K i m m el, Delbert Klinger Ethel Klinger Kenneth Klinger S u s an Klinger Charles Klouser Eug ene Klouser Rose Marie Kreisher Verna Kukuk FOURTH ROW Lois Leggett Diane Matalonis Louise Maurer Mary Alice M1ller,Dale Morgan John Morgan John Moser Jay Otto, Sandra Rehnert FIFTH ROW D enni s R1ckert Rachael Sabatino Sally Scheib Harry Schoffler Shirley Schoffler Roger Schwalm Gary Shade Diane Shutt, Carolyn Straub SIXTH ROW Christine Straub Sharon Stutzman, Ivan Schweinhart, Elgene Tietsworth Judith Troutrnan Ruth Wedde Ruth Wenrich, Nancy Wetzel 'Zh um if Qin! ' v fs 9 av' fbr gm qv' , "X 'M -in on K J 'gf L 'X W- u. Qx Wx srhkgx va X 'wiv XXXXQN 'lb E' X A ai. Grey, ffwi 44 ::,g,, - A ,f -v 2 4--C r. 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N e' I l ' ' 1 winter ,gre f"5 M- A ,HI 'N ,HUA QW X fc fr' ,T 1'- .f gil f -JR fb ' A-is -klfalfffx fx FIRST ROW Orvllle Wetzel Danlel Wolfgang Harold Wolfgang Wxlllarn Wolfgang HUBLEY TOWNSHIP 7TH GRADE Dale Blxle r Danlel Blxler Anne B oye r Elalne Brown Wanda Carl SECOND ROW Dolores De1tr1ch Dennls Dextz, Joyce He1m Jack Herb Lmda Herb Sharon Herb Terry Herb Mark Jones Davld Kehler THIRD ROW Don Kllnger James Klxnger Wrela Klmger Helen Koons Elame l..e1tzel, W a r r e n Mace Marvm M a s s e r Darlene Maurer, Ronald Maurer FOURTH ROW D olo r e s Maurer Da rw1n Mxller Allen Morgan Roy Morgan Kay Paul Mark Remer Albert R1cher Kar en R1cher, Gary Rothermel FIFTH ROW Hmlda Schmeb Alxce Shade Dale Shade James Smxth, Denms Starr Trent Stehr Alxc e Umholtz Bruce Wetzel Larry W1est SIXTH ROW Robert Zemgler, Robert Z1mmerman NOT PICTURED Sandra Erdrnan 47 X.. l .L 1, ,,,g L3 ..:, J A A y . 5 1 'E I 'X ' 'v . -I A . :fr 'T' 'R ' 'M ' ' - L A 59. 4 Q Q. ML t 1. 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' , 1 I I A I- I - I I I ' Q T Glass Song Tune Over the Ralnbow As vue graduate from Tr1 Valley Hlgh We recall hovv our years of work and of fun sped bx So long to all our fr1ends and teachers too We w1ll always remember you and your fmendshmps true We each one worked to reach our a1m And now we str ve to make a name ln later years Our dest1n1es vn1llt1n'1e reveal All our fond memorles wlll never cease And our love for our Alma Mater w1ll e'er mcrease So we novv slug your pramses and glve thanks For your gu1dance vh1ch led us all toward our lwgher ranks Now the Sad tlme has come for us to part K1nd thoughts of you wlll alwaws 11ve deep xuthxn our hearts Dolores Bly er Kathry rx Mlller MOTTO Today we follow tomorrow vue lead COLORS Red and black FLOWER Red carnat1on 48 1 ll ' ll .fi Y A .- V . I S - ' 9 I . I Y I Y 1 4 v . . . V. . I Our dreams the future will make real in our careers. Y' , . J . A. 1 V : 5 ' . f!! U6 23 2: 2: ss , .1 ' I ff ,jjwff , I AJ 4Al!'G' ,Viv2l..,ft5.a-.iytflvq A VT,lnf!ify I .1 A V f. V , f,'w,if1fr " U . g ,FI 4-4" 42 ' --314034, Vu ,,. 'Z .rj P A X F .Hr V lffjfx' ' This organizationnvhose adviser is Miss Rummel, is open to all senior high school students - girls and boys. With the help ofthe F.F,A. they sponsor the annual coznmunity fair, and they participate in ei variety of community activities and en- joy several trips of vocational interest throughout the year. The Art Clubs, meeting Tuesday and Wednesday mornings, include students of tenth , eleventh, and twelfth grades who ele ct to do Work in ceramics, oil painting, sketching, and poster work. Mrs. Super is the adviser. FUTURE HOMEMAKERS Left to right -first row: Anna Mae Wolfgang, Joyce Bergey, Annabelle Spicher, Patsy Clark, Ann Miller, Sandra Miller, Judy Shuey. Second row: .lean Morgan, Arlene Neumeister, Diane Paul, Nancy Weikel, Janette Updegrove, Carol Willier, Angelina Zunno, Faye Meek. Third row: Paula Heim, Joyce Wenrich, Joan Troutman, Lois Eshleman, Carolyn Mervine, Marilyn Mervine, Carolyn Rothermel, Dolores Blyler. Fourth row: Carol Boyer, Gertrude Kimmel, Marie Updegrove, Alice Horan, Susan Willier, Rebecca Holland. 50 ART CLUB X W Egg' jgi Q- QM K ART CLUB Left to right - first row: Richard Klouser, Dolores Blyler, Ang e 1 ina Z unn o , Jean Boyer, Alice Gonder, Patsy Long, Patsy Humrnel, Ann Miller, Miss Rumrnel - adviser. Second row: Roy Kissinger, Marilyn Mervine, Vera Schlegel, Rita Ebert, Janette Updegrove,MonicaSchucker, Darlene Herring, Leda Erdrnan, Anna Mae Wolfgang. Third row: Clyde Bressler, Patsy Carl, Betty Wehry, Margie Gehres, JoAnn Troutrnan, Stella Erdman, Jean Kissinger, Janelle Moyer, Sandra Thomas. Fourth r ow: Jack Wetzel, Shirley Spotts, Pat G ilbe rt , Alice Savidge, Mary Jane Hepler, Virginia Leitzel, Marie Upde gr ove , Carolyn Mervine. Fifth row: Larry Miller, Lucille Miller, Rebecca Holland, Susan Willier, Janice Huntzinger, Kathyrn Mille r , Judy Scheib, Nancy Herner. Leftto right - front row: Dolly Bowman, Carol Donton, Jean Wiest, Carol Conrad, Gloria Welker, Bonnie Leitzel, Monica Schucker. Second row: Alice Erdman, Marion Grose, Norma J ohn s , Gloria Holdeman, Sandra Deibert, Isabelle Miller. Third row: Jean Conrad, Shirley Troutman, Virginia Leitzel, Sandra Diebler, Diane Brinkley, Patsy Carl, Joyce Carl. Fourth row: Ronald Reed, Sandra Stutzrnan, Mary Jane Shade, Kay Wetzel, Carol Keim, Martha Ebert, Bette Srneltz, Mrs. Super - adviser. 51 COMMERCIAL CLUB Against the Wall: Gloria Dunkelberger, Jane Zimmerman, Ba r ba r a Klin g e r , Eleanor Fetterolf, Carole Keim, Mr. Coleman - adviser. Second row from wall: Barbara Bowman, Linda Wiest, Marlene Geist, Shirley Boyer, Marion Cfrose. Third row frorn wall: Doris Shadle, Nancy Shuey, Alice Erdman, Norma Johns, Jean Wiest. Front row: Nancy Neumeister, Jean Morgan, Dolly Bowman, Sandra Deibert. A fi iii The Commercial Club, consisting of senior commercial students, meets each Monday morning. Each stu- dent is a ss igned to serve for the year as a secretary to a particular teacher, thereby receiving practical experience in stenographic work. Mr. Harry Coleman is the adviser. The News Club, meeting each Monday morning, prepares school news for publication in the local papers. Studentsfrorn lOthto 12th grade are eligible to join. Miss Fenstermacher is the adviser. Left to right - seated: Miss Fenstermacher - adviser, Fay Meck, Jane Zimmerman, Angelina Z unno . Standing: Connie Maurer, Jean Morgan, Susan Willier, Dolores Blyler, Kathryn Ann Miller, Nancy Weikel, Alice Gonder, Patricia Hummel, Carol Willier, Lois Eshleman. NEWS CLUB N . -vi gm 5 ,ue we .4-f 12-K M M , A " -P t ,, , fx , J V , 4 '4 V 3 ' Ai - Q 1 H 1 J" S v J S t J x B A .. .rf if JP-if - Y-mmf-1. ?i F.F.A. CLUB 1 Consisting ofall students enrolled in the agriculture course, the F.F.A. is a ve ry active school group. Under A an the direction of Mr. Smeltz, the ' club members participate in judging at local fairs, public speaking con- tests, parliamentary procedure practice, and tractor driving con- tests. This year, the club president, Henry Reiner, was singularly honor- ed by being chos en to receive the "Keystone Farmer"A wa r d for out- standing work in the field or agricul- ture. QQ O 04, AQF 'D Ov V ,QD ,Mamas Q, ' K Mtfilcn 5-'fp t offln "' N' E W' gr' 4:7 ,. s,,-...-.. . , . -. - , ' - F K F A 3 ug WJ 4'C if o x Left to right - first row: Emmanuel Smith, Marlin Deitrich, Teddy Schwartz, Richard Heim, Henry Reiner, Dale I-Ioke, James Wiest, Joseph Koons. Second row: Anthony Stanitis, Richard Dengler, Lenwood Koppenhaver, Roger Morgan, Jacque Smith, William Stutzman, Robert Scheib, Mr. Smeltz adviser. Third row: Harry Wehry, Leonard Maurer, Darryl Leese, Larry Klinger. Fourth row: Palmer Kimmel, Donald Stiely, Franklin Specht, Roger Mervine, Guy Knorr. Fifth row: Thomas Green, Franklin Shadle, Leroy Smith, Harold Maurer, Charles Hepler. . . . N Organized for the purpose of arranging stage settings and back- l grounds for school activities as well as engaging in projects for C, , personal use, the Stagecraft Club meets every Tuesday, Thursday, I and Friday. Mr. Geist is the adviser. if 5 I 3 igfd f. ,QN i 7 STAGE CRAFT CLUB ff, fx ' I xg F 1 L Left to right -first row: Elmer Lyons, Carl Lubold, Harold Wolfgang , Clayton Morgan, Lynn Schwalm, Harold I-Iarner, Dean Boyer. Second row: Roy Kissinger, Bill Leitzel. Raymond Runkle, Frank Miller, Robert Hornberger, Ronnie g,X1,W Artz, Daniel Herner, Bill Wessner, Mr, Geist - adviser, Bruce Gilbert. A Third row: Charles Rehnert, Donald il, h- Dinger , Larry Hornberger, Roger ,- Scheib, Richard Artz, Glenn Troutman. f,3 r MQ g X. Vw-v 'J , ..f. 1 ff 3 s .vnu Mir 2, -P6 ', ,za 4 Q Q - ' f'-- I . flaek. ,wi 1-, S' ,gi G S.. 14 , . , I z", :-an we-' -s 1: 4 MOST ATHLETIC Gloria Dunkleberger John Klinger in-..?.wm 9' R r' 5 rw www- pf IW! ,W A fi ,.-4 tx: ilr-w 5 of' BASEBALL QVTL' f' vt' '-1 Fvgll TEAM 4 Left to 1' 1gl flrst row James Schwartz Anthony Herb Dean Wetzel VN xllwrd Rxssmger De a n Snyde r Dean Herb John Kllnger Lnrry Nhller Second row Warren Khnger Jnnes W lest le rry buely Wlllxarn Shade Charles Hepler Lloxd hlmger John Huntzmver GN Nm Opponents Lpper Dauphm Nhnersvllle Blue Ndountaln Pottsv1lle Pme Grove Blythe Twp Cass Twp xXl11'1CI'SN1ll6 Schuyllull ll IN en Plne Grove Blue Niounta m Pottsvxlle 'I rm niont -E 1 O Non League Game T H 3 9 fforfe mtl John Huntzmger 50m klmgi T A. -4 5. J A f . pi sri? ,Q-J 'fr . -- 'A A fy -sl ' N , 2 ,Qi A' . . , . f 1 X - ' 10. e,,. , F, ,el H 'Y -U ,' ' ,A 'i ' X X! fe. YV 1 1:4 IM Yi . ' I. 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Qff' g fl ,. , Leftto rlght flrst row Edward Klmmel Terry Hoffman Daniel Hern GaryHerb Robert K1mmel Randal Reed Archxe Shadle Dennis Dretrx Robert Dembmsky Larry Herb Allen Schwartz Second row: Char Huntzmger Har-veyGreen Warren Dunkle Larry Dleter Larry Wxlher Y S M r Dlehl took over the coachmg dunes of the J V team on hxs return F' OF COACH LEWIS' HISTORY MAKING TEAM. Ma rlin Sp otts VARSITY This is the first time in the history of the school that a basket- ball team advanced to an O'Shaugn- essy final playoff position John Huntzinger John Klmger Wiconisco ' Upper Dauphin Porter-Tower Porter-Tower Mahanoy Joint Butler Twp. Upper Dauphin Blythe Twp. Schuylkill Haven Blue Mountain Tremont Minersville Pine Grove Cass Twp. Blythe Twp. Schuylkill Haven Blue Mountain Tremont Minersville Pine Grove Cass Twp. 'Pine Grove 'Blue Mountain Playoff Games. Joe Bowers Clyde Bressler Lioyd , JR. VARSITY T. V. Opponent 31 Wiconisco 47 Upper Dauphin 30 PorterfTower 34 Porter -Tower 32 Mahonoy Joint 44 Wiconisco 30 Upper Dauphin 46 Blythe Twp. 35 Schuylkill Haven 24 Blue Mountain 41 Tremont 28 Minersville 21 Pine Grove 34 Cass Twp. 25 Blythe Twp. 20 Schuylkill Haven 19 Blue Mountain 41 Tremont . 34 Minersville 25 Pine Grove 29 Cass Twp. 38 Pine Grove 30 Jame s Maurer Blue C KA GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAM Left to rxght f1rst row Angelma Zunno Anne Miller, Maman Grose Sandra De1bert I mnelle Moyer Nlarle Lpdegrave Rebecca Holland Patsy Carl, Jean Kxssmger Allce Gonder Xfonlca Schucker Second rovc Carolyn Vlerune Nancy Shuey, Joyce Carl Lmda Wxest Cfloru X elker Slurley Troutman Kathryn N1I1ller Barbara Bowrnan, Glor1a Dunkelberger Joanna Troutrnan Jean XVIEST Not plctured Mxss Wenrxch coach. ll E L A ., Q31 X Barbara Bowman ' Glorla Dunklebe-rge Xa Sandra Dexbert 'virion Crose Ki www Llnda W1e N l Glorld V' elker R my Nancy Shuey JK' N. fl oyce Car Qfsii., - nd A51 if " M ,f hathryn X111 I an Wxest 1 CLASS WILL We the Tr1 X alleyGraduat1ng Class of 1958 do hereby establlsh th1s our last Vw 1ll and testament From From From From From From bxll From Frond Frozn 'vlary Andrews to hir Troutman her Plyrnouth R1ch1rd Artz to Bobby Maurer hls love for German Dean Blxler to Mr Bush1nsk1 hxs love for h1s old car Ronald B1xler to Mon1caSchucker hls one and only dunple Delorc s Blylc r to Swndr1De1bler her tltle s Bc sf Dressc Toscph Bowers to Bumper Morgan, hls helght for baskct B 1rb1r1Bowrn'1ntoGer Qld Zllnxnerxnan her speed ty plng Dolly Ii-ownnn to Lo1s P shlernan her sewmg ab1l1ty Shzrley Boyer to Nancy Herner her qulet stud1ous ipprar ance From Clxde Bressler to Buster Brown Socks luc hls nxcknmnne Bu Fronu From Fronu Frorn FTOITX ster ' an1elC,arlto Mr Fox hls name Monkey Joy ce Carl to Jun1or Ely her loud laugh Carol Conrad to Nlarxe bpdegrave her txtle Most Talente Nlarl1nDan1el to Doc Schavalm hrs collegxate appearance 5 ndrx De1bert to Stella Erdman her dalntlness Fronu Glor1xDunkleberger to "Chubb"IXA1ller h r Frxdaynlte h Ing outs From From From From From From From From Alice Erdman to Anna Mae Wolfgang her Job at K1mmel's Lleanor Fetterolf to Martha Ebert her shyness erry Fx tterolf to Mr XN1ll1ams hxs b1g Merc" 'viarlene Gelst to Nflary J me Schade her neat clothes Ihom as Green to Mr Klees Ins pretty curls Maman Grose to bandra lxlmger her red han' R1Ch nrd Helm to Gene Kehler Ins pleasmg personalxty J 1 me s Hent z to Teddy Green hxs '1b1l1ty for catchmg TECOOIIS From From From From From From From Frorn From Froxrm From From From From From Frorn Charles Ileplcr to Mr Wxllxer s son hxs physxque Dale I-Ioke to Harry Beaver hxs gxft of gab Arlene Horan to her slster Alxce her hangout at Lowes Robert Hornberger to h1s brother hms charmmg vo1ce Jamce Huntzmger toJeanelle Moyer her majorette pos1t1on John Huntzlnger to Randy Reed h1s basketball ab1l1ty Norma Johns to Pat G1lbert her dark beauty Carole Kexm to Rebecca Starr her shapely fxgure Carole Kessler to Lorralne 'vlace her deep volce Lorrame Kessler to Betty Kessler her love for Gratz Roy Kxssmger to Dan1e1 Troutman hms taxx serv1ce Barbara Khnger to anyone her famous HI'D1C6 shootmg John Klmger to Larry Mlller h1s athletlc ab1l1ty Lloyd Klmger to Paul Ely h1S qumetness l1lCh1TdKlOUSEI to Ronald Artz hrs tltle as Best Dancer Bonnle Lextzel to Sandra Rehnert her danclng abxllty 62 'Y , I- L 4 1 h , V r A .L . , . 1 y Q - Y . . . ., .M . I C A 4 I 1 - I n - - .. z ' , ' f1,"f" A-d". A -l l V' .w "1 ' ' K , , : : : 1 z ' , L' ' ' " . ' 3 J f , ' A ' . ' ' ' Y 1 I r I 5 V ' . I, s u, ' '- 5 VI 1 D - 1 - K ll, H . , . . v I ' , . , ' 1, " d". l ' , I , la 2 . , . . l From Donald Dinger to Roger "Hosey" Schieb, his love for P,O,D, Az ' , e ' ' 2 - 1 ' r 1 4 . , I I . 'l l f , . T , 7' ' ' ' Il . , . A A . I , . " 1. . , ' . , . ' :, ' , ' ' ' . . , , ' ' I. ' .' y . . I 1 , f . . , , Q l , . , ' . ' r , . . V y . i . , A , . 1 , . . 1 ' ' ' YI , . , . ' ' ' V1 LY . , , , . mem 1 '4' E EREH 15 HERE HQ s s Tuknicolmwwiff Anylwerlew 1, o-A as ,az 2' Z ,P ,, A " N xi F' 53.12 , si ,, -' ' ' H mga 5 1 , 5 " FE. 'MQ ,-4, ' wb t, ,.- N A , '-is FH TIRE 4,2 .-,241 M viii., QQ ff. ? fg BEST DANCE ' Jean Wiest ichard Klou Y Inq 5 TRI-VALLEY Sandra Miller and Ronald Reed participated in the District Orchestra Re- hearsal held Saturday, January ll , at Allentown. One of Tri-Valley's busiest, hardes, working organizations is the band , which under the direction of Mr. Rhoads presents two concerts annually. Our band in striking Balch First row: Bill Wetzel, Rita Ebert, Elsie Savidge,I-larry Beaver, Larry Deiter, Barbara Stutzman, Linda Ossrnan, Monica Shucker, Paul Ely, Sally Straub, Sandra Miller, Larry Ebert, Charles Huntzinger, Lynn Schwalm, Mr. Rhoads-director. Second row: Lloyd Klinger, Patsy Carl, Darryl Morgan, Harold Ha rne r, J ohn Hentz, Mary Alice Bair, Gary Herb, Mary Alice Miller, Mary Jane Shade, Gary Koppenhaver, Richard Unger, Richard Williamson, Bruce Reed, Alice Savidge, Lorraine Mace, Raymond Runkle , Virginia Leitzel. Third row: Dean Boyer, Terry Shucker, Franklin Miller, Ellen Maurer, 3? -- S 9 3d 5 . Lab-A ii A ,I 6-M-5 , 5, -X-.,,.,, ,V 4 .t Eu L, .ta F, .W .. .t.,,.-...a ii 3' 3' bn- BAND - i These students were representatives from our school attending the District Band Festival held at Schillington, April 10- 12. ' ' Left to right -first row: Mary Jane Shade, Sandra Mille r , Linda Maurer. Rear: Ronald Reed. red and white uniforms also marches at the local fairs and participates in the community parades. 90 Joan Mattern, Barbara Bowman, Donna Hepler, Joyce Dockey, Linda Maurer, Carol Wessner, Kathleen Shadle, Shirley Boyer, Carol Donton. Fourth row: Daniel Herner, David Schweinhart, Archie Carl, Ca rl Gil be r t , John Giansello, Ronald Bixler, Robert Minnich, Dale Hoke, Warren Dunkle, William Stutzman, Anne Miller, Sandra Carl, Larue Lesher, Eugene Herb, Fifth row: Ronald Reed, Charles Rehne rt , Carl Schwalm, Carl Lubold, Lee Keifer, Daniel Carl, Dennis Deiirich, Marlin Spotts, John Huntzinge r . it 'V' Of 5- 4 4 Q' i . at' 'QV L1 i 35 'J 've MIXED First row - left to right: Betty Wehry, Anna Mae Wolfgang, Vera Schlegel, Lorraine Mace, Anna Clark, Karen Brubaker,Carolyn Rotherrnel, Patsy Hummel, Alice Gonder, Carole Donton, Lorraine Kessler, Leda Erdman, Joyce Bergey, Jean Wiest, Carol Conrad, Sandra Miller, Janette Updegrove, Dolores Snyde r , J oyce Rebuck. Second row: Jean Boyer, Margie Gahres, Linda Kessler, Shirley Bixler, Monica Schucker, Kay Wetzel, Sandra Deibler, Mary Jane Shade, Jean Kissinger, Marilyn Mervine, Darlene Herring, Barbara Klinger, Sally Straub, Ann Miller, Shirley Boyer, Rita Ebert, Diane Paul, Patsy Clark,Isabelle Miller. Third row: Joyce Jones, Carol Klinger, Bette Smeltz, Jane Zimrrmerrnan, Joyce Carl,Sandra Stutzman, Patsy Gilbert, Joanne Troutman, Doris Shadle, Gloria Holdeman, Norma Johns, Lois Eshleman, Alice Erdman, Carol Willier, Angelina Zunno, Judy Scheib. Fourth row: Nancy Horner, Dolly Bowman. Connie Maurer. Bonnie Leitzel,Gloria Dunkleberger, Barbara Bowman, Gloria Jean Conrad, Ronald Reed, Lois Eshlernan. s Any interested senior high student is eligible to join either the Girls' or Boys' Chorus under the leadership of Mis s Gemberling. Hand in hand vi with the band the combined chorus 5 presents aChristmas concert and f"'x , , 5 8 4 , I F J 1-4' , , 9 ' is 2 4 6 1 0. , iv- K 4' 6 , 6 5 ,, Y 'vs fs . 'x f 4 , 5 ? J ' J 1 S12 l- 'C' ' . If 'xv-ek wma M- 84. A Qi ,QV ' . ' 'lf 4 L 5' f sf -:X J . ' If -g 1 X CHORUS Welker, Carolyn Joan 'l' r outma n, Eleanor Fetterolf, Lucille Miller, Shirley Troutman. Fifth row: Nancy Coleman, Betty Shade, Shirley Spotts, Diane Brinkley, Joan Mattern, Susan Willier, Janice Huntzinger, Kathryn Miller, Rebecca Holland, PatsyCfrl, Marie Updegrave, Virginia Leitzel, Paula Heim, Carole Kessler, kia rin xi Cvrose, Nancy Shuey, Marie Starr. Sixth row: Daniel Herner, Archie Shadle, Ronald Artz, Kenneth lilinger, Daniel lroutman, Lloyd Klinger, Richard Heim, Ronald Reed, John Huntzinger, Jack Wi-tacl, R obe rt llornberger, John Klinger, Dale Hoke, Ronald Bixler, Llmer Lyons, Larry Miller, Margie lleim. Seventh row: Clayton Morgan, Harold Harner, Lynn Schwalm, Gary Koppenhaver, Dennis Hand, Dean Boyer, Paul Ely, Warren Dunkle, Larry Deiter, Terry Schucker, Ronald Shadle, Richard Klouser, Larry Miller, Raymond Runkle, Robert Ossman, Carl Lubold, Veronica Coleman. Xlervine, Dolores Blyler, Jannelle Moyer, Jean Conrad, Carol Boyer, Linda Maurer, Miss Gemberling-dire alsopzirticipates in the annual Spring hiusic Festival. This year through auditions, these students, pictured at left, were selected to participate in the District Choral Festival, held at Palmerton on February 13-15 ctress in D H 1 ' ' g ' w I N '4 V S ,, ' I 5 If J X 11 ' f i ' If XX L I 'I L Q06 In N 0 ' .' J Q x K- X Q use ',AsQf..'..,, A , r.. ' ,I -Q ' Aff s Q JUNIOR-SENIOR PROM Left to right - Carolyn Mervine, Judy Scheib, Linda Maurer, Gloria Welker, Barbara Bowman, Linda Wiest. 'X 'XX s 5 gc a f ,JZ YQ M 3 it x Program for prom intermission: Sextet as listed above. Adviser and Master of Ceremonies: Miss Kathryn Miller, Franklin Miller Skit: John Klinger, Ronald Bixler Pantomime: Jame s Maur e r Trumpet duet: Carl Lubold, Franklin Miller 68 if it M1 J Q, ,,, ,x 51 cfs he ,J , 45'--5 .jxvfxi Fm Y I , .gi 31 , f fa", ve, 4 ' ' 49 I - -T 4 ., . V ., I , , . , 6 414 4 X .........4nm. ...-.1 vie MAY COURT Seated - frontrow: Margie Gahres, Carol Ebert, Jane Zimmerman, Joyce Rebuck. Second row: Patricia Hummel, Barbara Stutzman, Ann Herb, Jane Ebert, Kathryn Maurer, Carol Coleman, Dean Wetzel, Dean Snyder, James Schwartz, Larry Ebert, Ann Miller, Monica Schucker. Last row: Rita Saltzer, previous year's queen, Deanna Huntzinger and Ronald Dietz, queen and king, and Theodore Maurer,previous year's king. A Zia I vE.,t?".?3g f., 1.711 vvvvvx X NVVVVWNVXAN -v,NANxvVVvvvvvv,VvvveNN fvvvxhfvvvv. l 9-V . f A. X 2: 4' '. Q A . ,A- .Ai ,5 gl ua, if, ,A 9' -N N Q S 'J' ' TM "1 J M 5 v f . I ,. I -'Wh in Left to right - fir st row: Barbara Klinger, Joyce Carl, Sandra Stutzrnan. S e C ond r ow: Marion Grose, Franklin Miller, Ronald Reed, Linda Maurer, James Maurer, Delores Blyler. Third row: Nancy Neurneister, Roy Kissinger, John Huntzinger, Miss Miller, John Klinger, Dean Bixler, Jane Zimmerman. SENIGR CLASS ,AA,vxA,V,,,vvVvvvvvvvvxAf,AAAAAA Wvwv. Vevvvvvvvev ANNA THE CAST ,vw 'AiAW i-.'6Zx?xl'0?Q2EZLYx0k 555122452 THE SENIOR CLASS T H F, C A 5 T of . v . , . W W Trl-Valley joint H1gh bchool l7""Sf'mS Mm. Mzuzxxw-,1 . Henri nt lin- llama., Rr-lull. IIJW Ewen MIN Nlnxxvcli ,. um Wm' Lum: . ,A Cmmm In 3 Am, Belly Lou . Damzgiziem 'gmdrzi Sill W W Bl:xmxc!un lirtw I,--ga .- Ii' -1 Z 1,':.'E .I'-'.x ,I. . . Cfuzmxl 1.-1 um: L11n151.i- .Imp L ..,. . by num-1.4 Pnxmxx Pmfzmfff by spfyns ,www-m.-nf rf 11:1 Im 1 ill: rm :lf-um' rymmmfw c'fm1p4fw, WNW" 511: Crum- Ilnpuix lm:-U W... , HQ'1illl4's . . Mau' J ' "' 1 N -172 Inn. t i ' - 1 Blix ISV- 'Mx , MN TXI.f1'f.- Il N Mm , ' v Friday Evening, November IS, I957 Aunt 1XI.f1',' Ml- ?.I..'."1n - ,-Marv - w fs 7-30 ommk ' Ml Mallimx' M: M w'-.'.'.1,!l I' me 'k 'R Y -. I-limi 1 , Mugzgljs l HIGH SCHOOL AUDITOHIUM ' I' -X K' ngslr Sim. 'S '- . J DIRECTED BY KATHRYN E MILLER In Wm V51 .nn HI liV1'!l..QJiM'l4 2 1 . SFI Out Cold' St1ck 'em up' ,I Surprxsel Cool calm collected' Kxdnappmg capers A huntmg we w111 go! MUST we eat out'7 J if yi 71 Q1 V l S. , . '-' f 34 fx k , 1 is B - 4' Q " r ! '- Z D. ' ' , l 1 I 3 3. -vi i - 4' w ' fi, ,,,4f4'4 , 'rv bb' w ,,j5jQ,i,i LABS iiixlnaa UNXGR C 'UAE J Oi X . S6190 . High nt nw aw Soi presehls H Fool PON Ilgesx as dS in FOG' A Come YN . HQXTU John C909 7 Between acts . M h B V95 Carol Conrad, Sandra Deibert Jean Wiest . afc ' fyyng' Fyiday Eve , A the i L AUDYYQRKUM 300 GH SC . HX at B190 Y' M 4 the Pwiuiisllm ' M073 O' ning-D90 By pervms 4 Company C Dramatic Pubhsmng The 53315 , fQs,' 91. . Af Q' a-.... f 8.1.1 . f. ,ef ,.1 . JUNIOR PLAY CAST l. . wr Identities: Q Left to right - seated: Raymond Runkle, Ronald C? -"K Bixle r , Jackson Wetzel, Linda Wiest, Sandra A Stutzman, Jane Zimmerman. Standing - Lloyd K1 inge r , Ronald Reed, Roy Kissinger, Linda Maurer, John Klinger, Jane Rissinger, Franklin 7 -V4 Miller, John Huntzinger, Joan Troutman, Joyce QR Carl, Jame s Maurer, Robert Ossman, Mr. , fy Coleman-director. " if 2' NJ ,Q F? adsl, , 1 Frozn Fronu From Fron I-rom Frorn Froln From lrrorrm From From From .From Frorn CLASS WILL Nl lllnm Lutzel to Terrx Stlely hrs feather plucfung Carl Lubold to Carl Trout nan hrs txtle as most coops rwtlve I lnur L3 ons to Leonard Maurer hxs h1ghlQ .loin M ttern to Slurley Troutman her pretty blue axes .Tunes 'xlaure r toG ry Koppenhaxer hxs love for class cuttmg Llnda 'Nlaurer to Webster her lowe for the dlctlonalv Carolyn 'vlerx me to Ruby Deltrlch he basketball 'iblllty Nlar1lyn'x1erv1neto Ford Xlorvan her surplus hours study mg Franklm Nllller to Elwood Erdman h1s trulnpet playmg Kathryn Nllller to Sandra Nlxller her pxano abllxty Larry Xlxller to Dolores Snyder h1s xellow halr Robert X41nn1chto Charles Huntzlnger hrs love for classes Jean Xlorgan to Ruby Bloch her constant glgglmg Nlancy 'Neume1ster to X era Schlegel her fr1endsh1p wlth Nh Wrlllams From Frcm From From From From From From From Robert Ossman to Llixton 'vlorgan hxs gym Class eplsodes Ronild Reed to Jacob Schoffler h1s artxstxc ablhty Charles Rehnert to Dean Dmky Boyer hrs barxtone Henry Reiner to W1ll1 lm Stutzman hrs farmmg ablllty Raynxond Runkle to Mr Arta hls curly ha1r Luke Schade to Roger Snyder h1s s1deburns ludy Schelb to Birb mra Stutzman her neat 'lppcarance Dorls Shadle to Sandra Klmmel her baby face Franklxn Shadle to 'vlr Zelgler hxs dangerous drrvmg technxque From Froru From From From From From From From Nancy Shuey to her sxster Judy her cafeterla Job Leroy Srruth to Lee Kerfer h1s truck servzce Marlm Spotts to Wrllxam Wetzel h1s love for "soda vmtt Shirley Sports to Gladys Spotts her mxd nxght escapades Lamar Stutzman to Joel Stutman hrs bow md arrow Sandra Stutzman to anyone her manx hours wa1t1ng Glenn Troutman to hzs father h1s beet e bombmg Joan Troutman to Larry Lucas her summer shore Job Glorla VN elker to anyone her ab1l1ty to catch '1 cold plea sant day From Frorn From From From From xl e From Coo James Wlest to John Glansello h1s love for readmg books .lean Wzest to Darlene Dxnver her txtle as Best Dancer Lmda Wxest to Pat Long her t1tle as Best Lookmv Susan lullzer to Carol Donton her helght .I fckson Wetzel to Rlchard Spotts hrs tall dark: stwturc Harrold NN olfgang to Dennxs Schlegel h1s love for the bowlmg V .line Z lmmerman to Angellna Zunno her t1tle as Host per itxve Commxttee Sandra Stut zma n Glor 1 Dunklebcrge r Fr nklln 'xlxller Ronald Reed 73 .. .I E, lv , . 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Bressler C Cggs ian Li C' rl C Colle-gn rr good behavior ' T L nda and .lane w t lata Pt qu ng bc l Xngrl ith A IA I-ra ink 5 1 18 at hor' t L o nl On OnCw rn ng spend cl in nD ar X ingt O P 7 typ St s ow-offs r cr k Cilor S T TN t 'U O b houst 'S TY 'VI t C That ll Br' U8 Izookkccp I'-'ctt rolf n0r Llc - typ St Cn role t W igcret Low, X r Force hot-rodd ng l'x1ust Sc r -town g rls 10 TIE' tz C es ,la id As il Susa in h 1 lk Po l Tb tv TI OI' 'Xrlcnc urs: future Is is-'Is r U most - V - dvert se Gerber Baby n Radio C ty PI' typ st ta aldorf-Astoria Str W n New York t xi dr ver wus I' r - chicken doctor s x Vx L t i JO MNNIIQ lil' ' 'I ' . ' 11 I-l.'O.'1 - ' Q H11 " it Ax1m'1'iwN mgs1'1Ni' Nfarz' Andrews P.O.D. reports "My Special with Ii canor spot-d typing court sn-rrc-tary Pri-sifl--nt of Ang? " IS -tllluht-m Srcvl Ilicliard ,'irt7. clirssvs a day "How Dry I Ani" with ,lack mi:-rliiz-yousni-ss nacrlianic " 'annly nian' livin Fiixlvr now cars "Wakf- Up, Littlr typing room troublv Air I-iorrc' goat tlrincr Susie" Iiunnlrl Iiixli-r rhangc tirvs "'I'hvrr-'s Nothing with "Mal" his mlimplc bio-4.Iir-rnist Wn-rnvrw.'illi- TI Q Matter With .I " ID4-Iorn-s Illylrr Iimitfrrl wardrobr "Beyond the Illut- out of town hr-r hobbies air-linc hostc-ss air-plant' mn-1 liami Horizons" .losc-ph liowvrs school "l'm In thi- Army 5iikc's Barbcr Shop playing Cards five-star gent-ral u'ntm-r for Warriors Nnwll Ilarba ra Ilownian s ow driving 'llicmcrribvr Your with Gloria athlotir ability sf-crm-tary Ma-shls assistant Mine" xuulrlvr I llj ri xi "I I' I ' i in I C I' i protwssional baluyssxtti-r' Lovin" Shirley Boyer untidy clothes 'Sanitone Dry' Tri-Vu ey C eaners quiut disposition medical secretary lady wrt-stlcr C .ni " 'ly ' 'i "i 'I " ' ' shooting darts Civil engineer free-Iondx-r I. ii' ,a 11 "Abba Dabba Irlonoy- with :Spike Cliinbing trol-s Vitie--.:dmir.zI in stand-in for l'ar.c.4rz inoo " the Navy .lovfe Car 'i i "Got A If ' 'i Ii i . h 1 ' , - Wt-rnr-rsvillv, tim H , n : ' " Carol Conrad long hair niusir "fxIone'x' In tht' with Mix talvnt serrctary for 'l',W,A. carrot hluici- ttwtvr B. , ' .nk" . lf I1 L i i X' "II I - li' I . 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