Tulpehocken High School - Yearbook (Bernville, PA)
- Class of 1959
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This is the story of our growth into intellectual, physical, and
social maturity with the passing of the seasons.
ln the spring the faculty sows the seeds of the knowledge and
curiosity into the minds of the students.
As spring passes into summer, the seeds sprout and begin to
With the advent of fall comes the gathering of crops, the
seniors who have done their best to bring forth a bountiful
Winter arrives. We find our places in life and look ahead con-
fident in our endeavors.
The purpose of this book is to reveal the integral parts of the
passing seasons of our lives.
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PENN-BERNVILLE HIGH SCHOOL
Since she has come to Penn-Bernville, Mrs. Mooney has
done much to improve the commercial course and has help-
ed to boost the morale of the students. She has worked un-
complainingly with us on the yearbook, the school news-
paper, and has chaperoned many of our dances and parties.
Besides doing all these things, she teaches bookkeeping,
typing, shorthand, general business training, and takes
care ofa homeroom. During the few years that Mrs. Moon-
ey has been at Penn-Bernville, she has succeeded in win-
ning the admiration and respect of the students because of
her honest and unselfish nature. It is, therefore, with deep-
est respect that we dedicate the PENNANT to MRS. EVE-
LYN MOONEY, an outstanding teacher and person.
ADMINISTRATION . . .
Sowers of the seed . . .
Buds begin to bloom . . .
Bountiful harvest . . .
Rest and relaxation .
Cultivating fertile minds . .
Fresh air and sunshine .
Abundant color .
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And doy's of the morng
Morning's of seveng
The hiIIside's dew-pecnrledp
The Iork's on the wingp
The snoIl's on the Thornj
GOd's in his heaven-
AII's right with the world.
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Harry E. Ebling
Dulpehochen Area oini School Board
First Row: Mrs. Irene T. Hossler, Orwin W. Keeney, Earl C. Koenig, Herman Noll, Alvin S. Zerbe, George E
Spannuth, Floyd L. Koenig, Harry E. Ebling, Kenneth R. Good. Second Row: Daniel Bagenstose, John A. Derr,
Norman W. Reifsnyder, Raymond E. Mohn, Harold C. Wilhelm, Joy L. Himmelberger, Clarence W. Mengel,
Dawson M. Hamish. Third Row: Herbert L. Deck, Can H. Brown, Dr. George Sebastian, Henry E. Ziegler,
Alvin l. Morgan, Norton J. Smith, Edwin l. Showers.
HARRY Z. EELINC, Supnrviling Prlvuflllql
D.-1sm0.s Bethel, Berks CU'-Ulty, Pa. n.Ns.H1.s
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To the Class of 1959:
The year book is a fine tribute to the many
hours of hard work expended by the Pennant staff and its
advisor. To the Class I wish to offer thanks on behalf' of
the school and its faculty for publishing another chspter
in the annals of Perm-Bernville School.
The seasonal theme is truly s fitting one, for we
can see the message of seasons all around us. I Sm sure
We see that our veljy lives are as the seasons in that We
too pass through various stages of developnent.
To the Seniors we extend our sincere wish for s
happg successful future.
Mrs. A I Secretory
SCP100 Most sincerely,
Kenneth R. Gflod
Asst. Supv. Prin.
MRS. IRENE T. HASSLER
B.S., Millersville State Teachers Collegep
M. Ed., Temple University
MRS. EM I LY HOLTZMAN
K.S. N.S., Kutztown State Teachers Collegep
Drexel Institute of Technology
MRS. JOSEPHINE MONDE
Kutztown State Teachers College
MRS. SARA B. NOLL
B.S., Kutztown State Teachers College
MRS. ESTHER H. ERNST
B.S., Kent State Universityp
Kutztown State Teachers Collegeg
Ohio State University
MRS. MILDRED S. HOLTZMAN
B.S., Kutztown State Teachers College b
MRS. ELLA A. M. ROTHERMEL
B.S., Kutztown State Teachers College
MRS. MARGARET S. KREITLER
B.S., Kutztown State Teachers College
MR. RUSSELL L. BERGER
B.S., West Chester State Teachers College
American History, Vocal and Instrumental
Music, Music Club, Junior Chorus,
Senior Chorus, Band
MRS. GLADYS L. EPLER
B.S., West Chester State Teachers College
MRS. NANCY G. REIFSNYDER
B.S., Mus. Ed., Susquehanna University,
Pennsylvania State University
Pennsylvania State University
Physical Education, Health, Field Hockey
Coach, Softball Coach
MRS. EMELINE BUCKER EWALD
A.B., Cedar Crest College,
Millersville State Teachers College
Grade 8B, homeroom, Language Arts,
Future Teachers of America,
Music Appreciation Club
MR. BRYAN HARTMAN
B.S., East Stroudsburg State Teachers
Grade 9, homeroom, Biology, General
Science, Physics, General Mathematics,
Hunting and Fishing Club
MR. WILLIAM H.'KAlSER
B.S., Kutztown State Teachers College,
N.Y.U., l.C.S., Wyomissing Polytechnical
Institute, Graduate Study, Lehigh University
Grade SA, homeroom, Arithmetic, General
Mathematics, Geometry, Algebra,
Trigonometry, Ruler and Compass Club
MRS. CHARLOTTE M. KOHL
B.S., Kutztawn State Teachers College
Art, Art Club
MRS. VELMA C. MATTHEW
Pennsylvania State University,
Kutztown State Teachers College
Grade 10, homeroom, English,
Developmental Reading, Senior Dramatic
Club, PENNANT, Junior Class Play,
Senior Class Play
MRS. LAURA E. LUTZ
A.B., Albright College
Grade 7A, homeroom, German, Latin,
Arithmetic, Library Club
MR. HAROLD E. MATTHEW
B.S., East Stroudsburg
State Teachers College
Grade l2, homeroom, Physical Education,
Health, General Science, Driver Training,
Soccer Coach, Baseball Coach, Sports
Booster, Student Council
MRS. EVELYN I. MOONEY
B.S., Bloomsburg State Teachers College
Grade 9, homeroom, Bookkeeping,
Shorthand, Typing, General
MRS. HANNAH M. ORR
B.S., Mansfield State Teachers College,
Pennsylvania State University
Homemaking, Cafeteria Supervisor,
MISS STELLA M. RIEGEL
B.S., Kutztown State Teachers College,
Pennsylvania State University
Grade 7B homeroom' Lan ua e Arts
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Social Studies, Red Cross,
Junior Dramatic Club
MR. MICHAEL SCARPIGNATO
B.A., Albright College
Grade l l, homeroom, Social Studies,
P.O.D., Hi-Y, PENN-GUIN
MR. RALPH E. SLEPPY
B.S., Pennsylvania State University
Industrial Arts, Vocational Agriculture
F.F.A., Junior F.F.A.
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The people we like to see at noon
are the cooksj Mrs. Harriet Rebmen
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Our custodian, John Endy, can
usually be found tending the fire in
the boiler room or attending to his
many duties throughout the school.
Mrs. Irene M. Haag, our
school nurse, gives under-
standing care to the sick
and the injured.
Mrs. Marilyn Kissling, Ralph Kiss-
ling, Warren Merkel, John Endy, John
Henne, and Jack Reed provide bus
transportation for the pupils each day.
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First Row: Stewart Bradman, Grace Degler, Donna Braithwaite, Eileen Tobias, Norman Kiebach, Ruth Kirkhoff,
Irwin Zerbe, Betty Reiner, Larry Wagner. Second Row: Mr. Scarpignato, Larry Kline, Barbara Ernst, Mary Ellen
Hoffman, Kathryn Hoag, Dawn Sweigert, Arlene Naftzinger, Nancy Naftzinger, Shirley Schaeffer, Marlene
Rentschler, Leslie Weidman. Third Row: Edmund Yost, Robert Zerbe, Bruce Good, Richard Speicher, Kenneth
Mohn, Paul Zerbe, Larry Miller, Douglas Adams, Gerald Luckenbill.
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Norman Kiebach . ................... President
Ruth Kirkhoff . . . , . Vice-President
Eileen Tobias . . . . . . . Secretary
Irvin Zerbe ...., ,. . , Treasurer I6
. . Chaplain
"Drumstick Hop," the Junior Class
dance, was held on November 26, l958,
after the excitement of receiving class
On December 23, 1958, the class pre-
sented the Christmas assembly, which in-
cluded a skit, "A Teenage Night Before
Christmas," and a visit from Santa Claus,
who gave humorous gifts to various high
school students and teachers. Other acti-
vities included sandwich sales, Junior-
Senior Prom, class play, class Christmas
party, a roller skating party, and bake
This was an exciting year for the sopho-
mores. The greatest thrill was the arrival
of their green and white jackets, which
they displayed proudly to the rest of the
school. With the purchase of these jackets
came the realization that at last they were
in senior high school.
Other high spots of the year were a cake
sale, Christmas party, and a class dance
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Glenn Haag ..... . , Vice-President
Clarence Kiebach . . .... Secretary
Sarah Trautman . . . . . . Treasurer
Nancy Bixler . .. . . Chaplain
First Row: Carol Hartman, Donald Kramer, Dennis Adam, Glenn Haag, Kathryn Buckhart, Clarence Kiebach,
Nancy Bixler, Sandra Kerner, Geraldine Benzel, Marjorie Bixler. Second Row: Janice Schlappich, Joan Benzel,
Louise Henke, Ann Klose, Edith Moore, Ann Burkey, Sandra Adams, Murlene Bashore, Mary Wolf, Janet Schlap-
pich. Barbara Mountz, Sarah Trautman, Linda Weiders, Barbara Spease, Mrs. Velma Matthew. Third Row:
Lee Kerner, Glenn Fox, Robert Lyon, Barry Kraatz, Joe Lempergel, Larry Endy, James Bertram, Charles Smith,
James Kintzer, Larry Smith, Robert Fidler.
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Doris Kirkhotf .,..,.. . . Vice-President
Sandra Reiner ...... .... S ecretary
Dennis Speicher . . . . . . Treasurer 3 I e S H .m C I S
Judy Kline .,... .. Chaplain
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First Row: Paul Burkey, Dole Henne, Timothy Fessig, Edward Fisher, Joe Goldstein, Arthur Kissling, Roger Natt-
zinger, Eugene Bare, John Kramer, Harold Fisher. Second Row: Vicki White, Thelma Noecker, Virginia Ward,
Dennis Speicher, Sandro Reiner, Margaret Beidler, Doris Kirkhc-ff, Ann Bender, Judy Kline, Arlene Fidler,
Marie Hoffman, Jerry Reed. Third Row: Mr. Hartman, Anna Marie Luckenbill, Viola Smith, Anna Mae
Rieser, Joan Bixler, June Strause, Judith Luft, Irene Lempergel, Renee Snyder, Jean Carpenter, Lillian Bare,
Gloria Koch, Shirley Keeney, Lula Broadwater, Emma Wagner, Marilyn Schrack, Lynne Reber, Mrs. Mooney.
Fourth Row: Ralph Hoffman, David LaFollette, Donald Oswald, Wayne Hoyer, Larry Bashore, Harry Schlap-
pich, Carl Long, Ralph Zerbe, Frederick Bender, Daniel Care, Joy Shears, Richard Wilhelm, Paul Boyer, Robert
Emerich, Richard Yost. I8
First Row: Mary Naftzinger, Evelyn Balthaser, June Naftzinger, Joyce Epler, Ann Delp, Bonnie Luckenbill, Janet
Lyon, Gladys Fisher, Sandra Benzel. Second Row: Mr. Kaiser, Barry Kantner, Melvin Adams, Margaret McCarty,
Sonia Kraatz, Jeanette Gechter, Galen Bulles, Samuel Hoffman, Eugene Gerhart, Byron Bixler. Third Row: Al-
fred Carpenter, Harold Gruber, Clarence Miller, Nicholas Duchan, David Evans, Clifford Boyer.
Three class parties added sparkle to
school life for 8A. Special occasions war-
ranting celebration were Christmas, Valen-
tines Day, and the closing day of school.
The class also enjoyed the special junior
high school activities planned for them by
the Student Council.
Preparation and presentation of an
Easter assembly program gave these stu-
dents a sampling of the group cooperation
they will need to exercise more and more
with each coming year in school.
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June Naftzinger . , . . , Vice-President
Bonnie Luckenbill . . . .... , Secretary
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First Row: Edna Emerich, Rowena Reed, Sandra Spohn, Doris Koch, Delores Weidman, Mildred Tobias, Diana
Sauer, Beverly Swavely, Tanya Pyle. Second Row: Kenneth Tobias, Dennis Zerbe, Rhea Trautrnan, Beverly
Phillips. Sharon Stoudt, Helen Reber, Carol Troutmari, Clayton Wagner, Mrs. Ewald. Third Row: Arthur
Wolf, Winston Simmons, Melvin Spease, Robert Smith, Roger Stoudt. Missing from picture: Leslie Kriner,
Connie Hendershot, Kenneth Reiner.
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On November 26, l958, the 8B class
presented a Thanksgiving program for the
school. The assembly included a play, songs,
and the scripture in choral speech done by
the class. This assembly helped to present
to the students all the things for which they
should be grateful and was enjoyed by all.
On December 23, before going home for
vacation, a Christmas party was held.
Seventh grade is perhaps the most ex-
citing year for these students. lt is the year
that they leave their elementary grades be-
hind and enter into the junior high school.
This year 7A held a Christmas party and
exchanged gifts. They presented an assem-
bly program for the high school. A field
trip was an outstanding activity for the
class. Junior high dances provided evening
recreation during the year.
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First Row: Lee Bare, Earlene Kauffman, Jackie Eyer, Sylvia Kraatz, Diana Kissling, Margaret Fritz, Martin
Fidler. Second Row: Mrs. Lutz, Jack Gernsheimer, Larena Gassert, Jane Heffelfinger, Barbara Ernst, Pamela
Bender, Jeffrey Gernsheimer, Robert Kerner, Third Row: Terry Fehnel, David Adam, Clayton Koller, Roy Fitz-
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Saws? iis mas. These decorations hel ed to lend a
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Judy Tobias ,... ,. Vice-President
Richard Kramer . . ,.... Secretary
EW' Sandro Luckenbill ., .. Treasurer
First Row: Barbara Schaeffer, Florence McCarty, Sandra Luckenbill, Judith Tobias, Elaine Speicher, Sharon
Messner, Loretta Wagner. Second Row: Miss Stella Riegel, Gene Zerbe, Martha Kalbach, Barbara Rhoads, Mil-
dred Schaeffer, Shirley Speicher, Henry Lempergel, Richard Kramer, Dennis Luckenbill. Third Row: Joseph
Stamm, Rodney Swartz, Karl Koenig, Russel Nagle, Garry Strausser, Richard Kline.
First Row: Marlin Noecker, Kermit Fidler, John Fesig, Michael Witman, Kurt Kreitler, Paul l-limmelberger, Ed
ward Nagle. Second Row: Craig Sheetz, Denice Kalbach, Marlene Bender, Mary Long, Polly Kline, Linda Lucken-
bill, Jane Gassert, Sheilagh Porto, Robert Koch, Gary Sickles. Third Raw: David Fisher, Carson Emerich, Larry
Rentschler, Jane Sonon, Linda Schlappich, Sandra Lutz, Gladys Hoffman, Dorothy Shirey, Leroy Schaeffer, Jaan
Troutman, Laraine Zerbe, Mrs. Margaret Kreitler. Fourth Row: Sally Faust, Clark Bashore, John Petinko, Har-
old Krill, Edwin Meredith, Kenneth Gechter, Scott Walters, Sandro Beniarnin, Marcia Kintzer, Nancy Endy, Eva
Harvan, June Bixler.
At the left some sixth grade
students construct a pyramid.
From left to right are: Kenneth
Gechter, Scott Walters, John Fe-
sig, Eva Harvan, and Linda Luck-
Due to the lack of classroom
facilities, the sixth grade pupils
used the newly remodeled Bern-
ville Grange Hall for their class-
Featured this year were a Ma-
rionette production of "Rumple-
stiltskin," a Mexican project,
A and a class trip to Franklin and
l Marshall College.
First Row: Sandra Van Sickle, Joseph Fidler, Mary Balthaser, Larry Lebo, Richard Himmelberger, Jeffrey
Leininger, William Krill, Karol Symanowicz, Ruth Wagner, Fay Spohn, Susan Witman, James Barnett, Robert
Turner. Second Row: Herbert Benzel, Ronald Merkel, Larry Messner, Alvin Ramich, George Tobias, Karl Kline,
Robert Lynn, Karen Tutter, James Heckman, Susan Mengel, Harry BOlfl1OSel', SUSGV1 G9Cl'1T9"f Tl"elY'f'lO 5DeiCh9l',
Janet Kline, Steven Rath. Third Row: Mrs. Rothermel, Anita Steigerwald, Linda Bender, Diana Symanowicz,
John Benjamin, Linda Wenrich, Suzanne Bender, Donald DeLong, George Rcppert, Randall Bertolette, Richard
Blatt, Kathleen Rentschler, David Neuin, David Schaeffer, David Stricker, Terry Delp.
igerwald display a model of ln-
dependence Hall in connection
with their study of Pennsylvania
History. The fifth grade also de-
veloped a weather unit, for which
they made cotton clouds, learned
the use of weather instruments,
and studied the seasons of the
year. Other creative activities in-
cluded the making of a terrariurn,
a health chart featuring real chil-
dren's faces, and a book chart on
which the children built towers
with the books they read.
Susan Mengel and Anita Ste-
At the right the fourth grade
students display their various
food charts. The displays are
held by: Front Row: Eric Trout-
man, and Jeffery Hain, Back
Row: Jeanette Lynn, Bonita
Henne, Cynthia Bashore, and
ln addition to charts display-
ing the importance of these foods
in a well-balanced diet, the fourth
grade also had a bulletin board
display on the subject, partly vis-
ible in the background.
First Row: Susan Luckenbill, Irvin Bare, Joseph Yanosik, Susan Schaeffer, Joanne Neuin, Thomas Auchenbach,
Eric Troutman, Bonita Himmelberger, Lynn Himmelberger, Cecelia Duchan, Michele Bertolette. Second Row:
Raymond Koch, Nancy Ann McCarthy, Ellen Carpenter, Carl Koller, Scott Ruth, Robert Stutzrnan, Barry Baltha-
ser, Mary McCarty, Dean Marberger, Jay Miller, Barbara Hartz, Warren Luckenbill, Bonita Henne, Andrew
Yoh, Sharon Nagle. Third Row: Mrs. Sara Noll, Karen Rentschler, Jeannette Lynn, Harvene Schlappich, Nancy
Stoudt, Lowell Luft, Gloria Shirey, Betty Hassler, Patricia Berger, Diane Sickles, Clark Beck, Charles Turner,
Jane Smith, Christopher Kreitler, Jacqueline Zerbe, Robert Reppert, Darlene Merkel. Missing from picture:
lntegrating t h e i r textbook
knowledge of community life
with 'practical experience, the
third grade prepared a display of
fruits, vegetables, and other food
products grown in the commun-
ity. They also considered kinds
of homes and how types of cloth-
ing change with the passing
Of the units undertaken this
term the one most thoroughly en-
joyed by the children was the
study of Indians.
First Row: Mahlon Hamm, Richard Delp, Walter Lash, Ken Gehris, Terry Benzel, Rodney Speicher, Craig Show-
ers, Terry Luckenbill, Harvey Krill, John Kilousky. Second Row: Luther Luckenbill, Scott Keener, John Miller,
Daren Graeff, Donna Graeff, Darlene Lyon, Dorothy Strausser, Alice Fidler, Kirk Barnett, William Kriner,
Elwood Fisher, Jonathan Schaeffer, Third Row: Glenn Balthaser, William Balthaser, Patricia Symanowicz, Chris-
tine Shears, Marjorie Wilhelm, Beverly Schaeffer, Winnie Faust, Rebecca Reifsnyder, Ira Bashore, David
Tobias. David Yanosik. Fourth Row: Mrs. Esther Ernst, Judy Zerbe, George Shirey, Louise Filbert, Gillian Ben-
der, Phyllis Ernst, Marianne Zerbe, William Rebman, Sidney Steinhauer, Carol Symahowicz, Thomas Troutman,
Jean Schlenker, Linda Steigerwald, Betty Mohn. 26 i
First Row: Barbara Rentschler, Virginia Homrn, Janet Kissling, Georae Wagner Jinny Koller Elizabeth Reif
snyder, John Kriger, Edward Emerich. Second Row: Darlene Luckenbill, Louise Wetzel Ronald Stamm George
Gechter, Larry Blatt, Isaac Benzel, Robert Eisenbrown, Samuel Neuin. Rodney Breidenstein Third Row Mrs
Mildred Holtzman, Larry Hartz, Daniel Berger, Christine Rebman, Robert Lash Terrence Beck Dennis Kauff
man, Dorothy Rohrbach, Linda Emerich, Rickie Brandt.
Darlene Luckenbill and Ronald
Stamm proudly display the car-
rousel their class made when they
learned about the circus.
First Grade was concerned pri-
marily with learning about the
home and family, pets, and
things closely related to them.
Second Grade social studies
branched out into the community
and its helpers, including the
postman, milkman, and fireman.
Activities in this curriculum
included trips to the post office,
dairy, and fire house.
racles 1 and 2
First Row: Richard Davis, Gary Kline, Darlene Zerbe, John Heffelfinger, Edwin Barrell, Sharon Gernsheimer,
Larry Stump, Lee Graff, Dianne Filbert, Doloris Adam. Second Row: Dean Sweigart, Doreen Shirey, Doreen
Noecker, Lauren Ernst, Kenneth Showers, Deborah Ann Kline, Terry Merrdith, Eugene Miller, Leroy DeLong,
Susan Ramich, Nancy Symanowicz, Constance Lynn, Debra Kathleen Kline. Third Row: Mrs. Jacqueline Monde,
Snirley Simmons, Linda Burkhart, Eileen Behler, Deborah Reifsnyder, Rita Rohrbach, Dianne Leininger, Gail
Turner, Linda Stump, Richard Reber, Sharon Koller, Karen Speicher.
First Row: Candice Reiner, Betty Hartz, Anthony Hoffman, Rowena Henne, Donna Merkel, Mary Ann Zerbe,
Nancy Plucker, Walter Koller, Charlotte Koller, Dennis Schlappich. Second Row: Dorothy Bashore, Ronald
Kauffman, Gary DeLong, D. Barry Shurr, Philip Madeira, Leonard Messner, Sharon Bender, Linda Lou Leahy,
James Stoudt, Paul Schlappich, Roy Koch, Jeffery Barnett. Third Row: Mrs. Emily Holtzman, Gerald Leon-
hard, Sharon Schlegel, Christine Riegel, Bonnie Lutz, Gretchen Kreitler, Jacel Reed, Kim Graff, Harvey Baltha-
ser, Robert Miller, Jacqueline Bender, Myrtle Spease, Glenn Noecker, Kenneth Noecker. Missing from picture:
James Luckenbill, lsaac LeVan.
Bountiful harvest . . .
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When the frost is on the punkin and the
foddefs in the shock,
, And you heor the kyouck and gobble of
-1 the struttin' turkey-cock,
And the clockin' of the guineys, ond the
, -J lcluckira' of the hens,
Arid the rooster's hollylooyer os he tip-
Q toes on the fenceg
' O,x it's then's the times o feller is
lo-feelin' ot his best,
With the risin' sun to greet him from o
'night of peaceful rest . . .
James Whitcornb Riley
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JOHN PAUL BALTHASER
PENNANT 45 PENN-GUIN 45 Archery 25 Audio-Visual l treasurer, 2
secretary, 3 vice-president5 County Chorus l, 25 Chorus I, 25 Band 3, 45
Hunting and Fishing Club 4.
"Bolthaser", as he is called by almost everybody,.can usually be found
reading magazines on how to customize and hop-up cars. He plans to fol-
low this hobby by becoming a mechanic and a race driver. Paul can usually
be seen with most of the other hot-rod fans in the nearby area, discussing
the latest cars and listening to "Tall Paul" and "lt's Only Make Believe,"
while eating California Hamburgers and French Fries. When Paul isn't talk-
ing about cars, he is usually kidding Ted about his brown-nosing.
SHELVE JEAN LANET Z. BENZEL
Sports Leaders l, 25 Art Club 3, 45 Chorus l, 25 PENN-GUIN l, 2, 3, 45
Archery Club 25 PENNANT 4 art editor.
"Shelv" is one of the quietest members of the class. She enjoys joking,
though, and is never annoyed when we tease her. She is a student of the
commercial course. Shelv is always well groomed and is very immaculate in
appearance. Shelv is know to the students for her art work and her willing-
ness to help for dance decorations or yearbook work. She enjoys swimming,
hiking, and is a sports enthusiast. In the future Shelv hopes to do art work
or become a housewire.
MIRIAM PEARL BOLTZ
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Sports Leader 35 Library 45 PENN-GUIN 3, 45 PENNANT 4, layout
editor5 class vice-president 35 Hockey 3, 45 Girls Softball 3, 45 Games Club 45
Better known as "Mim" to most of her classmates, Miriam, a brunette,
is 5' 5" tall and has brown eyes. She was voted most attractive senior girl.
Mim enjoys watching television, dancing, skatina, and driving her Stude-
baker. Her favorite songs are "Donna" and "To Know Him ls To Love
Him." While listening to these songs she enjoys eating an italian Sandwich.
The senior girl can usually liven up a dull moment until somebody mentions
the word "bookkeeping" Mim enjoys sports, and was runner-up for the most
athletic girl. Mim plans to become a hairdresser.
RICHARD PAUL BOND
Chorus l, 2, 3, 45 PENN-GUIN 2, 35 Audio-Visual l, 2, 35 Country
Chorus lg Archery 25 Debate 3, 4: Sports Service 45 Hi-Y 4 chaplain5 Stu-
dent Council 4 chaplain, PENNANT 4. '
"Bondie's" sense of humor and his ability to take the teasing of his
classmates have won him many friends since he joined us in his freshman
year, This 5'4" senior boy eniovs hunting, fishing and operating the school's
movie projectors. Bondie when not working on Student Council, Hi-Y or class
activities, watches T. V. Richard hopes to become a cabinet maker.
DAVID LEROY BURKEY
Baseball l managcr5 Sports Booster l, 2, 35 Band l, 2, 3, 45 County
Band 3, 45 District Band 45 Sports Hobby Club 4 president5 SDOVTS SSFWCS
Club l5 PENNANT 4 photographer, business manager.
If you see the flash of a flashbulb or hear the clicking of a camera
shutter, you can bet that Dave is close by. Dave is a student of the academ-
ic course. We can usually find him practicing the tuba or searching for
something to photograph. Dave retains his sense of humor even when be-
ing teased about his curly brown hair. He enjoys driving his "hot" 'Sl Plyf
mouth, which he is constantly taking apart and putting back together. Dave
plans to go to college this fall to prepare himself for becoming o social
BETTY JANE BU RKHART
PENNANT 45 PENN-GUIN 3, 4 co-editor5 Sports Leaders 35 Sports Hobby
4 vice-president5 County Chorus l5 Chorus 2, 3, 45 class president 25 Archery
35 Library Club 45 Hockey 2, 3, 45 Girls Softball 3, 45 Student Council 2.
Betty, a commercial student, excels in her commercial subjects. She was
chosen "Most Athletic Senior Girl" and is known throughout school for
her participation in sports activities. "Bets" enjoys roller skating, is an ex-
cellent dancer, and especially enjoys jitterbugging. Bets' friendly manner and
neat appearance have gained her many friends. At home Bets can be found
eating an Italian sandwich while watching T, V. We are sure that with her
outstanding abilities she will succeed in the secretarial work she plans to do
in the future.
HERMAN DANIEL DEGLER
NORMAN HARRY FRANTZ
Chorus l, 2, 3, 45 Audio-Visual l, 2, 35 Archery 25 County Chorus 35
PENN-GUIN 35 Library Club 35 Typing Club 35 Sports Service Club 45 Sports
Club 45 PENNANT 4.
"Frantzie" is a student of the commercial course and the practical joker
F. F. A. l, 2, 3, 45 Arcnery 25 Hunting and Fishing 4.
Herman is one of the four senior boys taking the agriculture course.
"Herm", as he is usually called by his fellow classmates, can usually be
found tinkering with cars, a hobby he enjoys quite a bit. Herm's favorite
food is Italian Sandwiches, which he likes to eat while listening to two of
his favorite records, "lt's Only Make Believe" and "Tom Dooley." ln the fu-
ture he plans to work as a mechanic in a local garage.
of the class. When not working at Bubbenmoyer's Supermarket, Frantzie
reads satire magazines, works on model trains and planes, or goes bowling.
Frantzie also enjoys sports and reading hot-rod magazines. Frantzie's favorite
food is "anything," and he likes to listen to "The Manhattan Spiritual." He
likes to joke with his classmates, and his ability to retain a good sense of
humor even when-.being teased himself has made friends for him. After
graduation Norman 'plans to become an automobile mechanic.
NED REIST GEHRIS
Band 2, 3, 4, Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Debates 3, 41 PENNANT 45 PENN-GUIN
3, 41 Soccer 2, 4, Audio-Visual l, 2, Hi-Y 3 vice-president, 4 president,
Sports Club 4 secretaryg Student Council 4 treasurer, County Chorus I, 4,
Archery Club 2.
Ned is probably the most studious member of our class. He professes a
great interest in science and physics and hopes to become an engineer. Ned's
favorite spare time activities include seeing movies, watching T. V., and
sleeping. When not doing any of these things, Ned can be found hunting, a
sport in which he excels. He enjoys participating in school activities and is an
active Hi-Y member. Ned was runner-up for "Senior Boy Most Likely to
Succeed." This fall he plans to enter college.
CARL HENRY LACHMAN JR
PENNANT 4, Audio-Visual l, 2, 3, 4, Soccer i, Hunting and Fishing 4.
Carl is one of the quieter members of the class, but he still enjoys teas-
ing Becky about her driving. Carl assists in audio-visual activities and is al-
ways glad to operate the projector for assemblies or for the teachers, Carl is
a student in the academic course. His hobbies are hunting, fishing, and driv-
ing. His pet peeve is careless drivers. Carl can usually be found whistling
"The Chipmunk Song" or eating a meal at maccaroni and cheese, After
graduation Carl plans lo become a carpenter.
ELAINE MARIE LENGEL
Chorus 3, 4, Library 3, 45 Senior Dramatics 45 Baseball 3, 4, Sports Lead-
ers I, 2, Hockey 4, PENNANT 4, Safety Patrol 3, 4, Archery 2, PENN-GUIN
Elaine is one of the jolly type senior girls who has chosen the commercial
course. Sometimes called "Giggles" because of her good sense of humor,
Elaine's hobbies consist of ice skating, hiking, dancing, and playing records.
Elaine was voted the most-humorous girl in the senior class. While doing any
one of the hobbies she likes, Elaine can usually be seen enjoying a cheese-
burger. Elaine also enjoys driving around in a green Plymouth, Her future
includes working at Western Electric.
CLARKE THOMAS MILLER
PENNANT 41 F. F. A. i, 2, 3, 4, Hunting and Fishing 4.
Clarke joined our class in our junior year, so we really don't know him
too well. He is usually quiet, but when called upon to recite he does so in a
booming voice. Clarke takes the agriculture course and enjoys farming. ln
his spare time he reads farm magazines. His hobby is raising and selling
rabbits. Clarke's pet peeve is Crusader Rabbit. After graduation Clarke plans
to become a farmer and auctioneer.
REBECCA JANE MOORE
PENN-GUIN l, 2, 3, 4 co-editor, PENNANT 45 Sports Leaders 2, Library
3, 45 Hockey 2, 3, 4 manager, Softball 3, 45 Sports Hobby 4.
"Becky" as she is often called by her fellow classmates, enioys the com-
mercial course. When something goes wrong, she can be heard saying, "holy
cow." Although Becky has chosen the commercial course, she dislikes book-
keeping. Becky enioys listening to her favorite records, "lt's Only Make Be-
lieve" and "To Know Him ls To Love Him." Becky can usually be seen
running an errand for one of the teachers. Her future ambition includes be-
coming a telephone operator. We will remember Becky for her outstanding
peformance as "Maude."
TED JAMES SHEAR5
Audio-Visual l, 2, 3, Archery 2, Hunting and Fishing Club 4.
"Teddy," an academic student, was chosen as the "Most Humorous
Senior Boy," a title which he truly deserves. "Teddy" has enlivened many a
dull moment with his humorous sayings and remarks. His favorite hobbies
are women, travel, and wearing his bright red leatards given to him by the
class. ln his spare time "Teddy" sleeps, watches T. V., and shoots pool. His
ambition is to become rich. He likes the record, "Mr. Success." Ted enioys
eating sirloin steak, but he dislikes German. "Teddy" is sure to succeed in
his ambition - at least we all hope he does.
MARY JANE SPEASE
Sports Leaders l, 2, Archery 2, Hockey 4, Girls Softball 4, Library 2,
3, 4, Senior Chorus l, 2, 4, Home'Making l, 2, Senior Dramatics 4, PENN-
GUIN 3, 4, PENNANT 4, layout editor.
This 5' 7" senior irl has hazel eyes and light brown hair. She is quiet
and soft spoken, but is considerate and friendly toward classmates and
friends. After seeing a good movie, Mary enioys a snack consisting ot o
cheeseburger and a coke. She likes dancing, skating and hiking. She is al'
ways willing to assist her classmates whenever they need help in typing or
shorthand. Mary can usually be found with Shelve and Elaine. Mary hopes
to become a medical secretary after graduation.
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BARRY LEE SPEICHER
F. F. A. l, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 31 Hunting and Fishing 4, PENN-GUlN 2, 3:
Audio-Visual lg Archery 2, PENNANT 4 co-editor, class treasurer l, 2, 3, 4.
Outwardly Barry appears to be quiet and studious, but we know that he
is an agreeable person who can always make us laugh. Barry, one of the
four boys taking the agricultural course, enioys farming and shop class. He is
also quite outstanding in his other subiects. Barry is admired by fellow stu-
dents because of his neatness, friendliness, and sincerity. He was chosen
"Senior Boy Most Likely to Succeed". He has been class treasurer since
sixth grade. After graduation Barry plans to be a farmer.
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NANCY LOUISE SPEICHER
PENNANT 4 co-editor5 PENN-GUIN 2, 3, 4 assistant co-editor5 Home
Making Club l, 2, 3 treasurer5 Games Club 45 Student Council 25 Debates 45
Hockey 2, 3, 45 Softball 3, 45 Band l, 2, 3, 45 Chorus I, 2, 3, 45 County
Band 2, 3, 45 Class secretary l, 2, 3, 4.
Nancy, one of the oldtimers, is an outstanding student of the academic
course and has been class secretary since sixth grade. She can usually be
found studying or working on the yearbook or on a sewing proiect, but in
spite of these studious activities, Nancy possesses a keen sense of humor and
enioys joking. Much of her spare time is occupied by skating and dancing.
She was chosen "Senior Girl Most Likely to Succeed" and "Most Dependable
Senior Girl," and merits both these honors. This fall Nancy will start medical
secretarial training at the Reading Business Institute.
WARREN ISAAC TRAUTMAN, JR.
PENNANT 45 PENN-GUIN 2, 35 Student Council 3 vice-president, 4 presi-
KENT IRWIN STEINHAUER
F. F. A. l, 2, 3, 45 Chorus 3, 45 Archery 25 PENNANT 45 Hunting 8. Fish-
ing 45 PENN-GUIN 3, 4.
"Kent," as he is called by most people, is one of the four ag. students
preparing for his future as a farmer. Kent shows an unusual talent when
working with wood and plans to build his own house some day. Ker1t's other
hobby is driving his '47 Olds, usually to Ruth's house, where he listens to
"Nobody But You" while he is eating spaghetti and meatballs. When it's
time to go, he usually listens to "Gotta Travel On."
dent5 class president 45 County Band 45 District Band 45 State Band 45 Band,
l, 2, 3, 4 president5 Sports Club l, 2, 3, 45 Baseball l, 2, 35 Soccer l, 2, 3,
45 Chorus i, 2, 3, 45 Archery 25 Hi-Y 3, 4.
"Butch," our class president, has participated whole heartedly in class
and school activities. A student in the commercial course, Butch lists his
ambition as "undecided." His hobbies are playing the baritone, hunting,
ice skating, and swimming. Butch's sense of humor soon disappears when he
hears the sound of someone cracking chewing gum. He enioys listening to
his favorite songs, "Racke Conga" and "ChiIdrens' Marching Song" while
eating a California burger and French Fries. Chosen as "Most Dependable
Senior Boy," "Best Looking Senior Boy," "Most Talented Senior Boy," "Best
Dressed Senior Boy," and "Most Athletic Senior Boy," we are sure that
Butch will succeed in whatever field he enters.
MELINDA RIBET WHITE
Band l, 2, 3 vice-president, 45 Art Club i5 Home Making Club 2 vice-
president, 3 secretary, 4 president5 Hockey 2, 45 PENN-GUIN 2, 3 assistant
editor, 45 Chorus 2, 3, 45 Games Club 4 secretory-treasurer5 class vice-presi-
dent, i president 35 Library Club 2, 3, 45 District Band 45 County Bond 2, 3,
45 District Orchestra 45 Debates 3, 45 PENNANT 4.
This 5'2" brown haired, green eyed girl is one of the commercial stu-
dents. Melinda can usually be seen arguing with one of her fellow classmates.
Melinda enioys sewing, drawing, and playing her alto clarinet. While listening
to one of her favorite songs, "Petite Fleur," she enjoys eating chocolate cake,
We will remember Melinda for her performance as Peggy in "More Than
Meets The Eye." Melinda's ambition is to become a secretary.
First Row: J. Paul Balthaser, Barry Speicher, Warren Trautman, Nancy Speicher, Miriam Boltz. Second
Row: Melinda White, Shelve Benzel, Elaine Lengel, Ted Shears, Betty Burkhart, Rebecca Moore, Mary
Snease, Mr. Harold Matthew. Third Row: Herman Degler, Carl Lachman. Clarke Miller, David Burkey Norman
Frantz, Ned Gehris, Richard Bond. Missing from picture: Kent Steinhauer.
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First Row: Nancy Speicher, Miriam Boltzp Elaine Lengel. Second Row:
David Burkey, Shelve Benzel, Barry Speicher. Third Row: Carl Lachman,
J. Paul Balthaser.
Of the original class entering first grade in 1947 only the eight members pictured
above remain. Social activities in our elementary years were limited because ofthe amount
of space in both the classroom and on the playground. By the time we reached sixth
grade, our new elementary building was completed.
In our sophomore year we purchased our class jackets. During our junior year we
ordered class rings, presented a class play, and the Junior-Senior Prom.
On September 2, l958, we entered our last year. Some fund-raising activities in-
cluded: a magazine campaign, a merchandise club, a sample fair, and Italian sandwich
sales. During this time we worked on our yearbook and presented our senior class play.
Now we are looking to the future as we graduate from Penn-Bernville High School.
Rest and relaxation . . .
Hence, rude Winter! crabbed old
Never merry, never mellowl
Well-aedayl in rain and snow
What will keep one's heart aglow?
Groups of kinsmen, old and young,
Oldest they old friends amongg
That they seem our kinsmen toog
These all merry all together
Charm away chill Winter weather.
Within the past few years Penn-Bern-
ville's representation in County and District
Band and Orchestra has been rapidly in-
creasing. This year the following represent-
ed our school: County Band-Beverly Phil-
lips, Rhea Troutman, Polly Kline, Annamae
Rieser, Carol Troutman, Nancy Bixler, Bar-
bara Ernst, June Bixler, Eileen Tobias,
Nancy Speicher, Bonnie Luckenbill, Larry
Endy, Linda Weiders, Melinda White, Carol
Hartman, Dale Henne, Richard Wilhelm,
Warren Trautman, David Burkey, County
Orchestra-Melinda White, Nancy Bixler,
Richard Wilhelm, District Band - Linda
Weiders, Nancy Bixler, Melinda White,
Carol Hartman, Dale Henne, Richard Wil-
helm, Warren Trautman, David Burkey,
District Orchestra-Carol Hartman, Rich-
ard Wilhelm. , ,
Ann Delp, Donna Braithwaite, John Fessig, Grace
We are proud of the accomplishments Degler.
of these young people and hope this excel- PERCUSSION
lent interest will continue in the future,
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First Row: Barbara Ernst, Judy Tobias, Barbara Ernst, Jane Heffelfinger, Evelyn Balthaser,
Jackie Eyer, Joan Troutman, Nancy Endy, Judy Kline, Tanya Pyle, June Bixler, Melinda
White, Nancy Bixler. Second Row: Diana Kissling, Rhea Troutman, Beverly Phillips, Linda
Weiders, Bonnie Luckenbill, Nancy Speicher, Larry Endy, Judy Luft, Annamae Rieser, Sandra
Messner, Helen Reber, Carol Troutman, Polly Kline, Earlene Kauffman. Third Row: Linda
Luckenbill, Eileen Tobias, Kathryn Haag, David Evans, Margaret Beidler, Diana Sauer.
Throughout the year the band could be
heard practicing in preparation fo r the
spring concert, which included solos and
songs featuring sections of the band.
The band took about a month out from
practice for the concert to prepare for a
special Christmas Program in which they
played Christmas selections old and new.
During the summer the band members
can be seen one night a week renewing
their knowledge of the music to be played
in the local parks entertaining and making
good use of their long hours of practice.
The band officers are: Warren Traut-
man, president, Melinda White, vice-presi-
dent, Eileen Tobias, Secretary-Treasurer,
' Jane Heffelfinger, Richard Wilhelm, and
Barbara Ernst, librarians.
Ned Gehris, Barry Kraatz, Irwin Zerbe, J. Paul Balthaser.
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Mary Ellen Hoffman Mr. Russell Berger
First Row: Harold Fisher, Arthur Kissling, Donald Keener, Craig Sheetz, Kenneth Mohn, Larry
Kline, Scott Walters, Claton Wagner, Paul Himmelberger, Edwin Meredith, David Fisher,
Bryan Bixler. Second Row: Robert Burkey, Glenn Haag, Warren Trautman, Jeffrey Gernsheimer,
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Edward Fisher, Carl Long, Harry Schlappich, Dennis Adam, James Kintzer, Dennis er e, oris
Kirkhoff, Richard Wilhelm, Louise Henke, Dale Henne, Carol Hartman. Third Row: David
Burkey, Robert Lyon. -
First Row: Grace Degler, Marlene Rentschler, Nancy Bixler, Sally Trautman, Carol Hart-
man, Nancy Speicher, Melinda White, Louise Henke, Linda Weiders. Second Row: Donna
Braithwaite, Kathryn Haag, Mary Ellen Hoffman, Eileen Tobias, Dawn Sweigart, Betty
Burkhart, Kathryn Burkhart, Elaine Lenael, Mr. Berger. Third Row: Ned Gehris, Norman
Frantz, Kenneth Mohn, Larry Endy, Warren Trautman, Barry Kraatz, James Kintzer,
Richard Bond, Larry Kline. Missing from picture: Ruth Kirkhoft.
Under the direction
of Mrs. Ewald the Jun-
ior Chorus joined the
Senior Chorus in the
Christmas P. T. A. prof
gram. The chorus
worked dilligently un-
der the direction of Mr.
Berger so t h e y could
also participate in the
Commencement P r o-
gram in the spring. Al-
though m a s t of the
members of this chorus
are quite young, they
are advancing in vocal
skills as a result of
The Senior Chorus,
directed by Mrs. Ewald,
wo rked very hard to
participate i n t h e
Christmas P. T. A. pro-
gram. Although Mr.
Berger is directing the
Chorus at present, we
appreciate the h e l p
that Mrs. Ewald gave
us. The Senior Chorus
participated i n t h e
Commencement P r o-
gram in the spring un-
der the direction of Mr.
Berger. Chorus sessions
provided hours of fun
and relaxation for the
their chorus exper-
First Row: Larry Bashore, Clifford Boyer, Arthur Kissling, Byron Bixler, Clayton Wagner
Dennis Zerbe, Dale Henne, Richard Wilhelm. Second Row: Doris Kirkhoff, Joan Bixler,
Jerry Reed, Vicki White, Viola Smith, Sonja Kraatz, Ann Delp, Bonnie Luckenbill,
Evelyn Balthaser, Joyce Epler, Diana Sauers. Third Row: Margaret Beidler, Lula Broad-
water, Annamae Reiser, Judy Klin, Lillian Baer, Jean Carpenter, Judith Luft, Sharon
Stoudt, Thelma Noecker, Arlene Fidler, Rhea Trautman, Carol Troutman. Fourth Row:
Tanya Pyle, Ann Bender, David LaFollette, Harry Schlappich, Harold Gruber, Carl Long,
David Evans, Paul Burkey, Robert Smith, Delores Weidman, Helen Reber.
First Row: Virginia Ward, Anna Marie Luckenbill, Vicki White, treasurer, Judith Kline,
president, Ann Delp, vice-president, Judith Tobias, secretary, Rhea Trautman. Second
Row: Edna Emerich, Sandra Reiner, Gladys Fisher, Doris Koch, Jean Carpenter, Joan
Bixler, Joyce Epler, Tanya Pyle, Carol Troutman, Third Row: Earlene Kauffman, Sharon
Messner, Janet Lyon, Diana Sauer, Sandra Luckenbill, Barbara Schaeffer, Mrs. Ewald.
T h e main objective
of the Music Service
Club is to keep musical
equipment and instru-
ments in proper order.
During their club per-
iods some of the group,
with the aid of their
advisor, Mr. Berger,
do minor instrument
repair on school in-
struments, while others
clean and shine instru-
ments. The group also
learns how to catalog
music. Nearly every
individual in the club
plays some musical in-
zer, David Evans, Larry Bashore.
This well organized
c I u b is designed for
study of the different
kinds of music from
rock-and-roll to grand
opera. The group lis-
tened to t h e various
types of music and
learned to understand
and derive greater en-
joyment fro m them.
Recordings of o u t-
standing performers in
their fields were pre-
sented for group ap-
First Row: Doris Kirkhoff, Richard Wilhelm, treasurer, Sarah Troutman, vice president
Nancy Bixler, president, Judith Kline, secretary, Rhea Troutman, Evelyn Balthaser Second
Row: Linda Weiders, Carol Hartman, Joyce Epler, Louise Henke, Margaret Beidler Donna
Braithwaite, Bonnie Luckenbill, Annamae Rieser, Ann Delp, Carol Troutman, Mr Berger
Third Row: Harold Fisher, Dale Henne, Clifford Boyer, Carl Long, Larry Endy, James Kant
First Row: Mr. Matthew, Larry Kline, Richard Bond, Mary Ellen Hoffman, Kathryn Burkhart, Ned Gehris, Lee
Kerner. Second Row: Jack Gernsheimer, Linda Weiders, Margaret Ann Beidler, David Evans, Warren Trautman,
Norman Kiebach, Lula Broadwater, Beverly Swaverly, Richard Kramer.
At its first meeting, the Student Council
members elected the following officers: Presi-
dent, Warren Trautman, Vice-President, Mary
Ellen Hoffman, Secretary, Kathryn Burkhart,
Treasurer, Ned Gehris, Chaplain, Richard
Student Council's first activity was a "Get-
Acquainted Dance" to which all students
were invited. At this dance a professional call-
er instructed the students in the art of square
dancing. The Council also sponsored various
assemblies during the course of the year to
enrich the school program.
To encourage better use of spare time, Stu-
dent Council arranged a rotating schedule of
noontime activities consisting of dances,
bounce volleyball games, and bowling.
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bers of the Art Service
Club this year. They
added beauty to the
s c h oo I and helped
o t h e r organizations
with their art needs.
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assistance, they paint-
ed scenery for May
D a y and the class
plays, made new fire
drill signs for the class
rooms, and created at-
tractive p o s t e r s an-
First Row: Kathy Kline, Sandra Adams, Anne Burkey, Ann Klose, Kathryn Burkhart
Second Row: Glenn Fox, Charles Smith, Robert Geiger, Lee Kerner.
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First Row: Sandra Messner, Helen Reber, Lula Broadwater, Sandra Adams, treasurer,
Bonnie Luckenbill, secretary, Sharon Stout, president, Gloria Koch, vice-president, Shelve
Benzel, Evlyn Balthaser, Byron Bixler. Second Row: Arlene Fidler, Loretta Wagner, Shir-
ley Speicher, Shirley Keeney, Kathy Kline, Lillian Bare, Renee Snyder, Sonja Kraatz,
Emma Wagner, Marilyn Schrack, Marie Hoffman. June Naftzinger. Third Row: Thelma
Noecker, Mildred Tobias, Delores Weidman, Nicholas Duchin, Robert Smith, Sandra Spohn,
Many talented stu-
dents engaged in art
activities of their own
choosing during Art
Hobby Club meetings.
The sessions afforded
these people an oppor-
tunity to express them-
selves in many phases
of artwork they were
unable to explore dur-
ing regular art Classes.
Oil painting, leather
work, jewelry making,
and many other crea-
tive projects occupied
the time of these
The Pennant, a
yearly project of the
senior class, has been
in existence s i n c e
1948. The Pennant
staff is made up of all
the seniors. The co-edi-
tors, Barry Speicher
and Nancy Speicher,
attended the Pennsyl-
vania School Press As-
sociation meeting in
Boyertown, where they
obtained new ideas for
the editing of school
First Row: Shelve Benzel, Warren Trautman, Richard Bond, Melinda White, Barry Speicher,
Nancy Speicher, Miriam Boltz, Betty Burkhart, Rebecca Moore, Elaine Lenael. Second
Row: Ned Gehris, Herman Degler, Norman Frantz, David Burkey, Mrs. Velma Matthew,
Ted Shears, J. Paul Balthaser, Carl Lachman, Larry Kline, Ruth Kirkhotf.
Combining the news
and humor of the
school, the Penn-Guin
provides the morale
needed to stimulate
the interest of the stu-
dents. The co-editors,
Rebecca M o o r e and
Betty Burkhart, repre-
sented the paper at the
Pennsylvania S c h o o l
Press Association at
Boyertown Area High
School. At this conven-
tion it was announced
that the l957-58 Penn-
Guin had won a P. S.
P. A. award for its out-
standing monthly edi-
tlons' First Row: Norman Frantz, Paul Balthaser, Miriam Boltz, Rebecca Moore, Betty Burkhart,
Melinda White, Nancy Speicher, Shelve Benzel, Elaine Lengel. Second Row: Bryon Bixler,
Jack Gernsheimer, Edna Emmerich, Rowena Reed, Doris Kirkhoff, Judith Kline, Ann
Bender, Lula Broadwater, Vicki White, Janet Lyon, Helen Reber, Sandra Spohn, Jeff
Gernsheimer. Third Row: Jean Carpenter, Clarke Miller, David Burkey, Mr. Michael Scar-
pignato, Ned Gehris, Jay Shears, Judith Luft.
First Row: Viola Smith, Emma Wagner, Arlene Fidler, Vicki White, vice-president, Me-
linda White, president, Lula Broadwater, secretary, Ann Bender, treasurer, Virginia Ward,
Sandra 'Reiner. Second Row: Jerry Reed, Marilyn Schrack, Joan Bixler, Shirley Keeney,
June Strauss, lrene Lempergel, Arlene Naftzinger, Nancy Naftzinger, Mrs. Orr, Renee
Snyder, Lillian Bare, Gloria Koch, Lynn Reber, Anna Marie Luckenbill, Marie Hoffman.
Members of the Ruler and Compass Club
used the instruments implied by the club title
plus a pencil to accomplish their designs. They
received instruction on how to construct geo-
metric designs and used this acquired knowledge
to create Pennsylvania Dutch designs typical of
those seen on barns in this area. Geometric
solids were also constructed for demonstration
use in geometry classes.
Sitting: Harold Gruber, vice-president, Jeanette Gechter,
Eec-retary, Jack Gernsheimer. Standing: Mr. William
Building b e t t e r
homemakers of the fu-
ture is the prime objec-
tive ot the FHA Club.
Discussions based on
problems of child care,
proper diet, wise shop-
ping, dress making,
and good grooming are
designed to encourage
the girls to make im-
provements in their ap-
pearance and learn to
Under the direction
of Miss Stella Riegel,
the Junior Dramatic
Club enjoyed reading
of plays, presentation
of plays for some of
the grades, and choral
the yeai's activities
was a trip to Kutztown
State Teachers College
to see a professional
production of a play.
First Row: Pamela Bender, Jane Heffelfinaer. Diana Kissling, Judith Luft, Annamae
Rieser, Sylvia Kraatz, Sandra Benzel. Second Raw: Grace Koller, Martha Kalbach, Lorena
Gassert, Barbara Ernst, Miss Stella Riegel, Florence McCarty, Elaine Speicher, Mary Naft
zinger. Third Row: Jackie Eyer, Beverly Swaverly, Mildred Schaeffer, Beverly Plwllips
First Row: Louise Henke, Carol Hartman, Sarah Trautman, Nancy Bixler, Ruth Kirkhoff,
Linda Weiders, Grace Degler, Barbara Ernst. Second Row: Mrs. Velma Matthew, Elaine
Lengel, Ann Klose, Anne Burkey, Edith Moore, Mary Spease, Kenneth Mohn, Dawn Swei-
gart, Eileen Tobias, Mary Ellen Hoffman, Marlene Rentschler, Donna Braithwaite, Larry
Various phases of
d r a m a tic activities
were touched upon by
the Senior Dramatic
Club this year. Instruc-
tion in the art of pan-
tomine, application of
stage make-up, stage
movement, and theat-
rical terminology was
combined with actual
demonstrations. T h e
members put their
knowledge to use in
assembly program fea-
turing "Cousin Mary-
belle," a one-act play,
which was later pre-
sented in an exchange
assembly with another
These pupils under
the direction of Mr.
Sleppy worked on dif-
ferent woodwork pro-
jects one period a
week. They also learn-
ed how to use most of
the wood working tools
that are in the shop.
The pupils plan to join
the Senior F. F, A.
when they are in 9th
F. F. A.
in First Row: Dennis Luckenbill, Jeff Gernsheimer, Richa d Kl' , M t' F'dl , S d R
David Adams, Kenneth Leonhard, Mr. Sleppy, Karl Koehig, CsE1iftonoKdller.' er econ ow
First Row: Larry Wagner, Dennis Speicher, Bruce Good, Edmond Yost, Barry Speicher,
Arthur Kissling, Ralph Hoffman, Robert Fidler. Second Row: Mr. Sleppy, Roger Naftzin-
ger, David Lalfollette, Robert Emerich, lrwin Zerbe, Paul Burkey, Edward Fisher, Glenn
Haag, John Kramer, Robert Burkey, Richard Yost. Third Row: Clarke Miller, Herman Deg-
ler, Robert Lyon, Douglas Adam, Frederick Bender, Dennis Adams, Harry Schlappich,
Daniel Care, Paul Boyer. Missing: Kent Steinhauer.
This club attended
the Reading Fair last
September where some
members entered the
livestock judging con-
test. They also attend-
ed the Pennsylvania
State Farm Show at
Harrisburg. They in-
tend to send three rep-
resentatives to Penn
State during F. F. A.
week in June. The boys
made some money tor
the club selling East-
ern States seeds.
Under the supervision of
Mr. Matthew, the Sports
Booster Club aims to set up
better facilities for sports at
Penn-Bernville and develop
a more enthusiastic interest
in athletics. Projects of the
club include lining the soc-
cer and hockey fields for
games and taking care of
the baseball diamond in
spring. Care of uniforms and
sports equipment are also
ramona their duties.
First Row: Barry Kantner, Robert Kerner, Richard Kline, Henry Lempergel, Ter-
rence Fehnel. Second Row: Kenneth Reiner, Gene Zerbe, Richard Bond, Ned
Gehris, Warren Trautman, president, Dennis Luckenbill, Richard Kramer, Lee
Bare, Martin Fidler. Third Row: Mr. Matthew, Donald Keener, Robert Smith,
Larry Smith, Norman Frantz, Clarence Miller, David Burkey, Karl Koenig, Alfred
Carpenter, Russell Nagel, Roy Fitzgerald, Gary Strausser, David Adam. Fourth
Row: Joseph Stamm, Rodney Swartz, Samuel Hoffman, Melvin Adam, Arthur
Wolf, Clayton Kohler, Winston Simmons, Melvin Spease, Galen Bulles, Kenneth
Leonard, Leslie Kreiner, Dennis Zerbe, Roger Stoudt, Eugene Gerhart, Kenneth
First Row: Kathryn Burkhart, Rebecca Moore, Doris Kirkhoff, David Burkey, Betty
Burkhart, Robert Lyon, Ann Bender, Viola Smith, Jerry Reed. Second Row: Mr.
Matthew, Clayton Wagner, David Evans, Gerald Luckenbill, Norman Frantz, Barry
Kraatz, Larry Miller, Robert Geiger, Robert Zerbe, Alfred Carpenter, Kenneth
Tobias, Barry Kantner. Third Row: Kenneth Reiner, David Adam, Donald Kram-
er, Arthur Wolf, Winston Simmons, Melvin Spease, Clarence Miller, Dennis
Zerbe, Galen Bulles, Clifford Boyer, Roger Stoudt, Eugene Gerhart.
Developing interest in
sports and acquiring a know-
ledge of the basic funda-
mentals required to play or
officiate in various sports
are among the aims of the
club. During their winter
club meetings, the members
covered the rules of soccer
and field hockey. With the
coming of warmer weather,
they enjoyed outside activi-
ties such as playing softball
and basketball. Another all-
time favorite of the club was
playing bounce volleyball.
At the first meeting of the
Hunting and Fishing Club,
the members set up a pro-
gram of objectives. It was
d e c i d e d that emphasis
would be placed on safety in
the use of firearms and fish-
ing equipment and that,
periodically, films would be
shown on these two sports
and related activities.
Information gained in
these club sessions should
have a good influence on
actual practice of these
First Row: Larry Smith, Janet Schlappich, Barry Speicher, Warren Trautman
Sandra Kerner, Arthur Kissling, David LaFollette. Second Row: Clarke Miller
John Kramer, Norman Kiebach, Ted Shears, Daniel Care, Carl Lachman Mr
Hartman. Third Row: Dennis Speicher, Herman Degler, Paul Balthaser, James
Bertram, Donald Oswald, Wayne Hoyer.
First Row: Timothy Fessig, Robert Burkey, Glenn Haag, Larry Endy, president,
Melinda White, secretary-treasurer, Eugene Bare, Joseph Goldstein, Richard Yost.
Second Row: Mr. Berger, Ralph Hoffman, Dale Henne, Edward Fisher, Nancy
Speicher, Harry Schlappich, Miriam Boltz, Paul Boyer, Clarence Kiebach, Roger
Naftzinger, Harold Fisher. Third Row: Charles Smith, Frederick Bender, Glenn
Fox, Dennis Adam, James Kintzer, Ralph Zerbe, Robert Emerich.
The purpose of Games
Club is to teach students
various games and to help
them better enjoy partici-
pating in them. Club mem-
bers pay dues which are
later used to buy cards and
other games. During January
the club held a dance. The
members of the club un-
animously agree that this
club has aided them in their
participation in games and
has taught them to be good
losers as well as good win-
Miss Riegel and Cher Red
Cross Club have been very
active this year. This group,
a service organization,
sponsored the filling of gift
boxes to be sent to needy
countries, made holiday
favors and birthday greet-
ings for children in hospitals,
and made bedroom slippers
from wash cloths. The girls
found participation in these
activities a gratifying expe-
First Row: Barbara Schaeffer, Elaine Speicher, Jackie Eyer, Sharon Stoudt, Pamela
Bender, Mary Naftzinger, Earlene Kauffman. Second Row: Miss Stella Riegel
Florence McCarty, June Naftzinger, Loretta Wagner, Shirley Speicher Sylvia
Kraatz, Sonja Kraatz, Judith Tobias, Martha Kalbach, Gladys Fisher Grace
Koller, Sandra Ney, Sandra Benzel.
First Row: Miriam Boltz, Ned Gehris, Barry Speicher, David Burkey, Herman
Degler, Elaine Lengel, Mary Ellen Hoffman. Second Row: Mr. Kaiser, Clifford
Boyer, Ruth Kirkhoff, Marlene Rentschler, Shirley Schaeffer, Lillian Bare, Donna
Braithwaite, Mary Wolf, Viola Smith, Barbara Spease, Harold Fisher. Third Row:
Dennis Speicher, David Evans, Robert Zerbe, Robert Lyon, Barry Kraatz, Paul
Zerbe, Robert Geiger, Harold Gruber, Eugene Bare, Paul Boyer, Clayton Koller.
Safety to and from school
is emphasized through the
efforts of the Safety Patrols.
Under the direction of Mr.
Kaiser, these boys and girls
study the principles of safety
and apply them in their roles
as leaders. Their functions
include: assisting the young-
er children in crossing
streets, controlling conduct
on school buses, and helping
the bus drivers when neces-
The group of girls who
are the Future Teachers of
America made visits to class
rooms in the elementary
building to observe teaching
methods and examine types
of teaching materials used.
Plans included working with
the children to obtain firsts
hand experience. The pro-
gram also included a trip to
a college where teachers are
trained to determine what
preparation is required for
First Row: Diana Sauer, Doris Koch, Beverly Phillips, Barbara Ernst, Tanya Pyle
Second Row: Diana Kissling, Beverly Swaverly, Mrs. Ewald, .lane Heffelfmger
Margaret Fritz, Sandra Luckenbill.
,First Row: Elaine Lengel, Barbara Ernst, treasurer, Dawn Sweigart, Mildred Tobias,
president, Shirley Schaeffer, vice-president, Eileen Tobias, secretary, Shelve
Benzel. Second Row: Mrs. Lutz, Donna Braithwaite, Ruth Kirkhoft, Marlene
Rentschler, Mary Ellen Hoffman, Mary Speose, Melinda White, Jeanette Gechterf
Thelma Noecker. Third Row: Grace Degler, Nancy Speicher, Betty Burkhart,
Miriam Boltz, Rebecca Moore, Delores Weidman.
The objective of this
organization is to acquaint
interested students with li-
brary work and the varied
techniques that contribute to
the running of a satisfactory
Members of the club, un-
der the supervision of Mrs.
Lutz, repair and catalogue
the library books. They also
study the classification of
A schedule was set up for
members to check books in
and out at lunch time and
during study halls.
Hi-Y is a voluntary club
program for high school boys
sponsored by the Young
Men's Christian Association.
lts name is a combination
of the term "high school"
and "YMCA." The Hi-Y
movement is international in
scope, Christian in emphasis,
character, and democratic in
The purpose of Hi-Y is to
create, maintain, and extend
throughout the school, home,
and community the high
standards of Christian cha-
The four planks of the
ff Hi-Y program: clean speech,
clean sportsmanship, clean
First Row: Edmond Yost, Leslie Weidman, treasurer, Larry Kline, vice-president, ?Ch0l'3"5h'pf and Clean l'V'
Ned Gehris, president, Richard Speicher, secretary, Richard Bond, chaplain, Rich- 'ng'
ard Wilhelm. Second Row: Mr. Scarpignato, Paul Burkey, Larry Bashore, Lee
Kerner, Paul Zerbe, Douglas Adam, Carl Long, Bruce Good, lrvin Zerbe.
The purpose of the Audio-
Visual Club is to teach the
members to set up the visual
aid equipment, thread pro-
jectors properly, and how to
take the various machines
apart. Each member learns
to use and clean the equip-
ment. At various times when
the visual aid equipment is
needed, members of the club
are called upon to set up
and run the machines. The
club consists of twenty-five
members with Mr. Hartman
First Row: Clayton Wagner, Clarence Kiebach, Barry Kraatz, Norman Kiebach,
Richard Speicher, Joseph Goldstein, Timothy Fessig. Second Row: Donald Kramer,
Carl Lachman, Eugene Bare, Ralph Zerbe, Harold Gruber, Samuel Hoffman, Mr.
Hartman. Third Row: Wayne Hoyer, Robert Zerbe, Paul Zerbe, Nicholas Duchan,
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Although the art roorn is small, there
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"Where's the profit and loss state-
ment? How do you find the profit or
loss?" Mrs. Mooney is helping Paul
Balthaser find his profit, or, perhaps,
"Watch out for that tree!" Here
Mr. Matthew watches Stewart Brod-
man manipulate the driver training
car. Ruth Kirkhotf and Barbara Ernst
observe carefully, awaiting their turn
Eileen Tobias takes the eleventh
grade class into the realms of the
supernatural as she reads "The
Raven." Public speaking, spelling,
creative writing, and grammar are
combined with literature to provide a
comprehensive course of study in the
"Guten Tag," is the greeting that
starts another day in the senior Ger-
man class. A background of German
customs and culture enhances the
appreciation of the conversations and
translations the students prepare.
Translating the novel "lmmensee" is
the highlight of the course.
The seventh grade students are
illustrating a method of transferring
water from one level to another
known as the "shadoot." As they
study the history of the ancients, they
are fascinated by the different meth-
ods the Egyptians used in everyday
Mrs. Laura Lutz assists one of the
girls who seems to be having a prob-
lem with her translation. Students in
this class discover that Latin is very
much alive today, when they learn
how much it has influenced their Eng-
Pinning patterns on material is an
exacting task Judith Luft, Marie
Hoffman, and Joan Bixler discover.
Mrs. Hannah Orr plans home making
projects, covering many aspects of
family living in order to prepare the
girls for their future responsibilities.
Doris Kirkhoff plays the piano and
Mr. Russell Berger leads Judith Kline,
Richard Wilhelm, and Dale Henne in
a song. In addition to singing, the
music classes learn about various
composers, the history of musical in-
struments, and how to read music.
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Here Ned Gehris and Ted Shears
along with the other senior boys en-
joy a game of basketball, one of the
many games played in their bi-weekly
gym classes. These classes provide the
valuable exercise needed for develop-
ment of strong bodies as well as
Mr. Scarpignato's seventh grade
social studies class attentively listens
to Margaret Fritz who is reading from
her text book. This course, taught in
the seventh and eighth grades, com-
bines history and geography to give
a broader vision of the manner in
which these subjects blend.
Ned Gehris and Richard Bond, with
the aid of Ted Shears and Carl Lach-
man, are experimenting with the in-
clined plane, one of the six simple
machines. This is just one example
of the various weekly experiments
performed by students to demonstrate
how the laws of physics affect their
Under the supervision of Mr. Hart-
man, Dennis Speicher performs an
experiment using a vacuum pump.
Through demonstrations like this, the
ninth grade gains first-hand knowl-
edge of the materials discussed in
their science texts.
Eugene Bare uses the miter box to
saw a board at the proper angle, while
Paul Burkey, Edward Fisher, and
Joseph Goldstein put the finishing
touches on their bookcases. In addi-
tion to learning new skills the boys
create practical products to be used in
their homes or in school.
Demonstrating a practical appli-
cation of trigonometry, Nancy
Speicher adjusts an engineer's level.
Actual observation such as this aids
the class in the comprehension of
basic facts and illustrates the use-
fullness of the course.
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Kneeling: Janice Schlappich, Virginia Ward, Carol Hartman, Linda Weiders, Sandra Kerner, Sandra Reiner,
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Playing league hockey for the first
time, the girls officially opened the
season with a game against Bethel on
the home field. ln addition to league
games with Hamburg and Conrad
Weiser, the team played several prac-
tice games with neighboring schools.
The teamwork and precision of the
team this year gave Mrs. Epler new
and added hope for a more successful
varsity team next year.
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Front Row: Sandra Kerner, Virginia Ward, Carol Hartman, Janice Schlappich, Louise Henke, Linda Weiders,
Betty Reiner, Geraldine Benzel, Sandra Reiner. Back Row: Mrs. Epler, Sally Trautman, Janet Schlappich, Elaine
Lengel, Rebecca Moore, Ruth Kirkhoff, Miriam Boltz, Nancy Speicher, Kathryn Burkhart, Betty Burkhart, Mur-
Iene Bashore, Marjorie Bixler, Joan Benzel, Barbara Spease.
The beautiful spring weather re-
minded the girls that it was time
once again for softball. Under the
direction of Mrs. Gladys Epler, the
girls not only learned the funda-
mentals of the game, but also the
meaning of sportsmanship and
teamwork. This year, for the first
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Melindo White and Worren Troufmon
Warren Trautmaru and Melinda White
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Combining play with yearbook plonnmg
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Barbara Ernst displays her
prizes won in a doll contest
sponsored by Seventeen Maga-
Leslie Weidman holds the
trophy he won for being the
"Outstanding Soccer Player of
Year" for the i958 soccer sec-
Kent Steinhauer displays the
certificate he won in a Farm
Mechanics Contest during
ed for us. This interesting man
made musical instruments out
of common household articles,
producing music that sounded
like actual instruments.
The Junior Class orchestra
played Christmas songs during
their assembly. The program in-
cluded Nativity scenes, group
singing, and a visit from St.
Sally Trautman, Grace Deg-
ler, and Mary Ellen Hoffman,
"The Niarobe Trio," presented
a record pantomine during the
Senior Dramatics Club assemb-
Looking through the orchwoy
of 'the Junior-Senior Prom.
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Eileen Good, 1958 Moy Queen,
and her court watch May Doy
Teddy's Ieota rds-they're red!
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Senior Class presented a rol-
licking three-act comedy in
the Bernville Grange Hall. The
story centered around Stanley
Nicholas lBarry Speicherl, an
inspiring young author, who
wrote under the name of
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ma Letty was voted "Grand-
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and relaxing the nights of the
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mas dance, which featured
Steve Bae r's Orchestra.
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Teddy entertaining the clabs with
Best Wishes from
Best Wishes from
Best Wishes from
Arlene A. Lengel
Mrs. Julius Goldstein
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Katz
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Reeser
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Moore
the Class of 1960
the Class of 1961
and Mrs. Clarence W. Mengel
and Mrs. William H. Kline
and Mrs. Richard A. Henne
. and Mrs. Warren S. Kline
and Mrs. Russell Riegel
Anna F. Burkey
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lengel
Larry D. Klinger
Mr. and Mrs. Merle Kohlhepp
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert P. Bond
Mr. and Mrs
M1'. and Mrs.
David J. Batdorf
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rollman
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley S. Luckenbill
Barbara A. Blatt
Mr. and Mrs. Carl F. Wilhelm
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Ritzman
Rev. and Mrs. Frank W. Ruth
Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Weidman
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ruth
Dr.,and Mrs. Richard deB. Bertolette
Eleanor's Beauty Shoppe
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Keener
Mr. and Mrs. Henry L. Troutman and S
Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Luckenbill
Earnest P. Troutman
Wagner's Auto Body Shop
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph A. Kissling
Mr. and Mrs. Carl R. Marberger
Barry G. Kraatz
Mr. and Mrs. Henry F. Zerbe
M1'. and Mrs. Chas. D. Cox
Mr..and Mrs. Milton Zerbe
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Schollenbach
R. H. Marberger
Warren Trautman, General Merchandise
Zerbe's Bicycle Shop
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph S. Tobias
Mr. and Mrs. Rufus C. Reber
Geo. Eisenbrown, Insurance
Mr. and Mrs. G. Homer Bashore
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur T. Bashore
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Luckenbill
Mr. and Mrs. Mark DeLong'
Edna and Ann Klose
Mr. and Mrs. Ammon Fox
Edith I. Kirkhoff
Kay E. Pfautz
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ruth
Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Kalbach
Mr. and Mrs. Lawerence J. Miller
Mr. and Mrs. John Bixler
Mrs. Mame S. Bright
Rose M. Kirkhoff
Mrs. Alice Potteiger
Mrs. Pearl Braithwaite
Mr. and Mrs. John S. Bender
Mr. and Mrs. E. Thomas Sheetz
Emily M. Holtzman
Harvey L. Balthaser
Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Matthew
Mr. and Mrs. George L. Weiders
Showers Bros. Sons
Mr. and Mrs. Gary Kohl
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Mogel
Mr .and Mrs. Ralph Balthaser
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Backenstose
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E. Sleppy
Dr. and Mrs. George A. Dunkelberger
Lynda R. Kulp
Mr. and Mrs. Harry M. Frantz
The John I. Miller Family
Larry J. Kramer
Mr. and Mrs .William Eckert
Elaine M. Lengel
Merra Le Steinhauer
David L. Burkey
Richard P. Bond
Ned R. Gehris
Rebecca J. Moore
Norman H. Frantz
Miriam P. Boltz
Kent I. Steinhauer
Clarke T. Miller
Shelve J. Benzel
J. Paul Balthaser
Mary Jane Spease
Betty J. Burkhart
Nancy L. Speicher
Warren I. Trautman
Donna L. Braithwaite
Mr. and Mrs. William D. Benzel
Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Boltz
Ted J. Shears
Carl H. Lachman
Mr. and Mrs. Claire Sweigart
Speicher's Esso Station
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth R. Good
1958 PENNANT Award
First Place Certificate
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