Tulpehocken High School - Yearbook (Bernville, PA)

 - Class of 1961

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X fa 4 u ' m 1 X W gage!" ' . ' . Q 3' 3 . .X , lik 1, , qlfyr '-M l gg ,xg ,Vi-2, if I R H X39 ,Hex f 4 , WW A f 0 Q f ,,,,, 4, ,,,, M JN aan? ,. .-.,,:. ,.L.L., , , .v,, ,M .A I3 2 Xzmfs,, . .- . 1 VA2.,v,Q-fgrep:Hff ,f ' - - .3 PENN-BERNVILLE HIGH SCHOOL Bernville, Pennsylvania VOL. XIII 2 I x if I - , ,,,, Q -.kk I, f,m,,- I II.I - ,H ' ' Mi-,- f-'fimf 4 uyifcewafwf More teachers, additional classrooms, better facilities, increased enroll- ment, variation in curriculum- all these elements have combined this year to broaden our educational horizons at Penn-Bernville. Realizing the progress these improvements have stimulated, We have de- voted the pages of this book to serve as reminders of an important milestone in the history of our school. 3 5 . MRS. VELMA MATTHEW We are proud to dedicate this PENNANT to our PENNANT advisor, Mrs. Matthew, who is always willing to devote her time to a student activity. Be- sides teaching English, she is well known for her supervision of the yearbook, class play, and numerous other extra-curricular activities. Due to the efforts of Mrs. Matthew, new worlds are openedto students in her drama and journal- ism classes. Mrs. Matthew is highly respectedby the students because of her proficiency as a teacher and her pleasing personality. A 4 ADMINISTRATION SENIORS. . . UNDERCLASSES CURRICULA. . . ORGANIZATIONS SPORTS . . FEATURE . . . Since competent leadership is the nu- cleus of a sound educational program, we consider the addition of several fac- ulty members this year a great asset. Not only has the teaching staff been en- larged, but faculty rooms and a school board room were added in the new wing for the convenience of teachers and ad- ministrators. I O O 7 TULPEHOCKEN JOINT SCHOOL BOARD Seated: Earl C. Koenig, Principal, Bethel Center, Kenneth R. Good, Asst. Supervising Principalg HarryE.Ebling, Supervising Principalg Herman H. Noll, Vice-Presidentg George E. Spannuth, Presi- dentg Alvin S. Zerbe, Secretary, Dr. George Sebastian, Treasurer, Irene T. Hassler, Elementary Principalg Clarence W. Mengel, Chairman of Teachers Committee. Standing: Edwin I. Showers, Norton J. Smith, Elmer K. Pyle, Howard B. Balsbaugh, Jay L. Himmelberger, Raymond E. Mohn, Daniel Bagenstose, Carl H. Brown, Dawson M. Harnish, Alvin I. Morgan, Herbert L. Deck. Missing from picture: George I. Beidler, Leonard LaFo11ette, John A. Derr, Miles A. Seidel, Norman W. Reifsnyder, Henry E. Zeigler. ASST. SUPERVISING SUPERVISING PRINCIPAL PRINCIPAL Mr. Harry E. Ebling Mr. Kenneth R. Good 8 if Z I l ELEMENTARY FACULTY Mr. William Trautman, Grade 6, Mr. Miles Seidel, Grade 5, Mrs. Ella Rothermel, Grade 53 Mrs. Nancy Reifsnyder, Music, Miss Phyllis De Pugh, Grade 2, Mrs. Mildred Holtzman, Grade 2, Mrs. Yvonne Doy1e,Kindergarteng Mrs. Irene Hassler, Elementary Principal, Mrs. Emily Holtzman, Grade IA, Mrs. Marion Luckenbill, Grade lg Mrs. Esther Ernst, Grade 3B3 Mrs. Anne Maloney, Grade SA, Miss Mary Koursaros, Grade 45 Mrs. Florence Siegfried, Grade 43 Mrs. Catherine Etchberger, Grade 6. 9 w GUR FACULTY Miss Stella Riegel Grade '7A, homeroom, English, Language Arts, Social Studies, Red Cross. m ia., kj 5 1 sw, ,., .::vm,..D!i if ff ' if ,f 1 3 WAX' V nz 4. . A. ll F QVT1 1 if 5 - ' 'I-5 lei: ,, ,,-Ki,fi,a,,gffigy1i-is ft, Q, if , ,, ,,,.., ,, to sdlss , Ye. .. k S, ,L l1,'i2iM ---- . iff? 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'5 2 1 , it ,sw ' a,-.iyeixiggjig -WM 4 , ,Q ,lr f " 7 My i i 2 1' Mr. William Kaiser Mr. William Brooks Grade 9, homeroomg Algebra, Grade 10 A, homeroom, Geometry, Trigonometry, Chemistry, History, Biology, Mathematics, Safety Patrol. IO Science. Wi? any 'il , N 08430 'f ,ni 'z -- we in 'f if 1 :Nr ' Q E' shi E, V J ,, ff'-.J 15, 5,3 L, ,495 ,207 if Sfiirfwi , hm, L2 ,, -xi . , 1 7 5, 'A 'Tulare ,, f. L xyiff wifi E1 f ff 3, A 3 f iii . 7, '- Wm, f Lf: ffl e-,fag ff, Zfgfglief' - - 'iv -be Q51 ,,l x 4, 'lx G um vi' s ,. , x. ri! 1i-li' MPS- Emeline Ewald Mr. Michael Scarpignato Grade 8A, homeroom, Music, Grade 8B, homeroom, World English, Reading, Junior Chorus, Cultures, P.O.D., History, F.T.A. Geography, Penn-Guin. OF LEARNING Mr. Larry Rentschler Grade IOB, homeroom, Math, General Math, Physics, Business Math, Basketball Coach. 1 I 1 M, Mrs. Velma Matthew Grade 11A, homeroom, English, Journalism, Reading, Drama, Pennant, Junior -Senior Class Play. Mrs. Laura Lutz German, Latin, Library Club. Mrs. Evelyn Mooney Grade 11 B, homeroom, Bookkeeping, Shorthand, Typing, General Business Training, Office Practice Penn-Guin. Mr. Ralph E. Sleppy Y Agriculture, Shop, F.F.A. Mrs. Margaret Kreitler Grade 12, homeroom, Art THEY INSTRUCT Mr. Russel L. Berger American History, Vocal and Instrumental Music, Senior Chorus, Band. Mr. Harold Matthew Senior Advisory Science, Physical Education, Health, Driver Training, Student Council, Soccer and Baseball Coach. Mrs. Emily Troutman Homernaking. lemn.. hom the ENVELON BACK you Mrs. Lois Deppen ' Homemaking, Cafeteria GUIDE-ASSIST-ADVISE Mr. Charles Reimer Guidance. 2 hom the PAUZRN I We, the Class of 1961, are privileged to be the first graduating class of Penn-Bernville to have had the ad- vantages afforded by the new additions to our school. We feel that the knowledge and experience gained through this ex- panded program has given us a Wider appreciation and enjoyment of life. 14 n Q 5 V 15 JAMES D. BERTRAM NANCY D. BIXLER J, DAVID BOSSAR GUR CLASS PROJECTS WASHING AND PGLISH NG CARS KATHRYN F. BURKH if 'Yi 53. i f k..- j B3 " X Tay-,gif , 3 ax, .3 fu S be S 1 Ili I wi I I. SELLING MAGAZINES KEPT US BUSY RONALD W. DELP J. LARRY ENDY, JR. GLENN D- FOX , . ,,,, , . 1 f 3221. 1- 1: :sr 2- aa f '- g ,. . Q A is . f 1, 1 0 f .Q J, .N .R E,--..,. X -.. ...... . . W. .. , .... K iw Q " U K1 'VR L A xx Q A H N K Q x 5 k 2 , Y wwf, in W 3 3? fn p 4? Q ff 'Xl d K A M Q ,552 e 1 fx A -As.. 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CHARLES SMITH, JR. 21 D FUN, Too- I i HEADING FOR WASHINGTON 22 Q 4, ' it 'F' T fy at gl, w Q x -U .TW-fi? f , ' ,. - A -V ,f f . 'L 15:l3?4? ' 3 W5 'asf We 1 M, 1- Qi , ag, 5 ,321 Q. ' f' Q Z " 5 Q I-rg if 5, ., di 9 x ,5 ' "T -if fw Mk-ff, 'Quik , . "QP, M , can .- ff a A v hu 95" "vs .Eff ""'-M--. H NK .,1 Q"'ag ,M my 4 N4 wg W 'swf' f' 1 a 1 Q , K 1 5' 'Q ff Q 4 1 v a 4 i 'il ge Z1 ,us U :: Sl 23. Qf it - .. CHARTER MEMBERS Front: Janet Schlappich, Linda Weiders, Barry Kraatz. Second Row: Ann Klose, James Kint zer, Charles Smith. Top: Larry Smith, Anne Burkey, Glenn Haag, Nancy Bixler, Larry Endy. 24 '51 if Yu , , ig , ,, KX Q If f. an I r-N Xi ,Qi 3 s E 3 Hs' 'E Kr . x Q M ij 9 X 5 in Q 19? .- fat- ' ' A 'M A QU . Q 2: ,Q L, .,5g, ,, 1. m Y f nz, -if 1' N K 'X E i ,fi -- -1,4 1 ,.- ,.-,, K W MGMENTS TO REMEMBER 3, S31 MQW L FAN ggi Fx www K!!! Underclassmen have also broadened their l horizons through increased enrollment. Most of the grades are now divided into two sections, enabling students to more fully pursue their arn- bitions. With expanded facilities and a larger faculty, the underclassmenwill reap even great- er benefits in their remaining years at P.B.H.S. 26 , -X...,,NvM "'-Q ,Q at C las s officers: Dennis Speicher, Treasurerg Annamae Rieser, Secretaryg Carl Long, Vice- Presidentg Linda Lou Bashore, Presidentg Ed- ward Fisher, Chaplain. J, 2. Eugene Bare Mrs. Evelyn Mooney and'Mrs. Velma Matthew Q ,.,. ., A..,A. My --f-- - --f..,... ..m.,W.,,.,.,,.,.W..,..a,.N,..w.WWW -few 13-..f-.fm 1 J K fn. , 1 ' K Wim an A neen ' A .J 131,34 E -11242:- .fl ' ' fi.-if :ie Z M -f'M1A2-5W- ,1 Af2g3gff13mwA"i4ssf -'ff ., 1 .,, V -- .1 fy .fsfw .. . ..l,ffg,q5ggg-.,rss- ,.. -ff--ff .:-fn: .M gr -. . ...ya Q 1 K 5-fa-6.5335-flsifliag ,I , 3 ,V . '- . 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The 10-B homeroom Won second prize in the Christmas decoration contest us- ing the theme "Christmas the World Over." The sopho- mores also sponsored a school dance in March. One of the highlights of the year was the purchase of their class jackets. Kenneth Diana Reiner Sauer Mr. Brooks and Mr. Rentschle I' Class officers: Joyce Epler, Chap- laing Sharon Stoudt, Treasurerg Jan- et Lyon, Presidentg Clayton Wagner, V i c e-Presidentg Beverly Phillips, Secretary. Class officers: Barbara Ernst, Presidentg Jack Gernsheimer, Secre- taryg Shirley Speicher, Treasurerg KarlKoenig, Chaplain. Missing from picture: Garry Strausser, Vice-President. 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Fifth Row: Paul Piesky, Larry Rentschler, John Pentinko, Rodney Swartz, Scott Walters, Henry' Lempergel, Leroy Schaeffer, Leon Huey, Gary Sickles. Sixth Row: Robert Koch, John Fes- ig, Claude Hoffert, Edwin Merideth, Lee Bausher, Harold Krill, Glenn Himmelberger, Robert Stump. Class Officers: 8A-June Bixler, President, Paul Himmelberger, Vice-President, Sally Ann Faust, Secre- tary, Nancy Endy, Treasurer, Edwin Meredith, Chaplain. 8B-Craig Sheetz, President, Michael Witman, Vice-President, Polly Kline, Secretary, Robert Stump. Treasurer, Linda Luckenbill, Chaplain. 34 GRADE SEVEN First Row: Robert Sands, Herbert Benzel, William Krill, James Barnett, Terry Delp. Second Row: Linda Bender, Suzanne Bender, Anita Steigerwald, Kathleen Rentschler, Linda Mountz, Jane Kline, Susan Mengel, Janet Evans, Shirley Wolf. Third Row: Josephine Fidler, Diana Symanowicz, Mary Lou Wenrich, Ruth Wagner, Nancy Lempergel, Annie Keeney, Thelma Speicher, Sandra Care, Susan Gechter, Carol May. Fourth Row: Mrs. Hatcher, Susan Witnnan, Fay Oxenreider, Mary Balthaser, Donald DeLong, Melvin Hoyer, Ste- ven Roth, Bruce Henne, George Reppert, Ronald Merkel, Mary Jane Raezer, Miss Riegel. Fifth Row: Kar- ol Symanowicz, John Benjamin, Larry Lebo, David Schaeffer, David Neuin, Harry Balthaser, Karl Kline, Gene Roth, Harry Naftzinger, Alvin Ranich. Sixth Row: George Tobias, Bruce Naftzinger, Edward Nagel, James Heckman, Kenneth Gechter, Clark Bashore, Larry Messner, David Stricker, Richard Blatt. Class Officers: Ronald Merkel, President, Anita Steigerwald, Vice-President, Gene Roth, Secretary, Mary Lou Wenr ich, Treasurer. 35 First Row: Diane Sickles, Jacqueline Zerbe, Linda Peffley, Darlene Merkel, Susan Luckenbill, Joanne Nei- un, Ellen Carpenter, Judith Stamm, Cynthia Bashore, Linda Wenrich, Gloria Hoyer, Betty Mountz, Eric Trout- rnan. Second Row: Thomas Auchenbach, Robert Reppert, Raymond Koch, Lynn Stoudt, Lowell Luft, Lynn Himmelberger, Barry Balthaser, Francis Gerberich, John Orban, Luther Wagner, Barry Bricker, Joseph Yanoski, Dennis Zerbe,Jeffrey Hain. Third Row: Mr. Troutman, Christopher Kreitler, Jay Miller, Robert Stutzman, Dean Marberger, Irvin Bare, David Kline, Betty Hassler, Barbara Hartz, Sharon Nagle, Nancy Moser, Dianne Weaver, Gloria Shirey, William Huey, Morris Shade, Philip Kline, Mrs. Etchberger. Fourth Row: Alvin Keeney, Scott Ruth, Clark Beck, Nancy Stoudt, Jane Smith, Jennifer Pajaski, Patricia Berger, Loretta DeLong, Dorothy Wolf, Sandra Van Sickles, Karen Rentschler, Warren Luckenbill. First Row: Linda Steigerwald, Georgene Kennedy, Susan Schaeffer, Marilyn May, Louise Filbert, Gillian Bender,Winnie Faust, Harvene Schlappich, Patricia Symanowicz, Phyllis Ernst, Darlene Lyon, Cecelia Du- chan, Donna Graeff, Suzanne Sands. Second Row: Mrs. Rothermel, Carol Symanowicz, Daren Graeff, Judy Zerbe, Rebecca Reifsnyder, Beverly Schaeffer, Betty Mohn, Alice Fidler, Dorothy Strausser, Ellen Shade, Darlene Bohn, Marianne Zerbe, Marjorie Wilhelm, Christine Shears, Lucille Weaver, Beverly Lutz, Mr. Seidel. Third Row: Mahlon Hamm, Elwood Fisher, David Yanosik, Harvey Krill, Jonathan Schaeffer, Scott Keener, Byron Stoudt, Kirk Barnett, Michael Evans, Walter Lash, Ken Gehris, Michael Sternberg, John Kilousky, Terry Luckenbill, Rodney Speicher, William Rebman. Fourth Row: Thomas Troutman, Edward Stump, Craig Showers, Glenn Balthaser, George Shirey, David Tobias, Ira Bashore, Steven Reber, Donald Emerich, John Miller, Calvin Zerbe, Terry Benzel, Thomas Pajski, Richard Delp, Sidney Steinhauer. GRADE4 First Row: Debra Kline, Darlene Luckenbill, Nancy Symanowicz, Sydney Astin, Diane Fox, Linda Burkhart, Jane Asfeld, Betty Rudy,Jean Schlenker,Sharon Gernsheimer, Doreen Noecker, Dor othy Fritz, Debor- ah Reifsnyder. Second Row: Doreen Shirey, Susan Green, Jean Lutz, Sandra Hetrick, Deborah Kline, Shir- ley Koller, Eileen Behler, Dianne Filbert, Pamela Bohn, Rita Rohrbach, Shirley Simmons, Darlene Zerbe, Susan Ramich, Linda Stump, Susan Snyder, Shirley Peffley. Third Row: Charles Bressler, Isaac Benzel, Eugene Miller, Gary Kline, Barry Smith, Richard Davis, Larry Stump, William Balthaser, William Kriner, Richard Reber, Luther Luckenbill, Kenneth Showers, Norman Tobias, Lee Groff, John Heffelfinger, LeRoy DeLong. Fourth Row: Dean Sweigart, Ronald Stamm, John Porto, Larry Blatt, David Speicher, Luke Heis- ter, Gene Loeb, Terry Meredith, Samuel Neuin, Edwin Barrell, George Gechter, Dennis Kauffman, Lauren Ernst, David Wolf. First Row: April Green, Myrtle Spease, Louise Wetzel, Rose Marie Messner, Janet Kissling, Linda Hess, Linda Wolf, Mary Ann Zerbe, Betty Hartz, Joyce Bertram, Elizabeth Reifsnyder, Christine Rebman, Doro- thy Rohrbach, Donna Merkel, Irene Lutz, June Kalbach, Jacel Reed. Second Row: Sharon Bender, Rowena Henne, Chistine Riegel, Candice Reiner, Lucinda Boltz, Virginia Hamm, Barbara Rentschler, Wendy Fitz- ge rald , Sharon Schlegel, Jacqueline Bender, Mary Lempergel, Patricia Emerick, Barbara Pajski, Gret- chen Kreitler, She rry Fitting. Third Row: Mrs. Maloney,Kenneth Noecker, David Fabich, Terry Beck, Rodney Breidenstein, Jeffrey Barnett, Isaac Levan, Steven Pugliese, James Luckenbill, George Wagner, Robert Lash, Gary DeLong, Larry Moser, Ronald Kauffman, David Zerbe, Robert Miller, Roy Koch, Mrs. E r ns t. Fourth Row: Leonard Messner, Craig Stoudt, Robert Huey, Dennis Wunder, John Kriner, Daniel Berger, Terry Schaeffer, Robert Eisenbrown, Ricki Brandt, Paul Schlappich, Barry Shurr, Philip Madeira, Dallas Gechter, Kim Groff, John Wenrich, Glenn Noecker, Larry Hartz. ' GRADES GRADEC2 First Row: Leh Ann Reppert, Lucy Kriner, Beverly Hetrick, April Lamm, Dorothy Wilhelm, Linda Leahy, Michele Stoudt, Brenda Wagner, Elaine Boltz, Barbara Koller, Brenda Fahringer, Rebecca Roberts, Karen Zerbe, Lucille Berger, Judy Barnett. Second Row: Mary Ann Kalbach, Claudia Hoffman, Dorothy Bashore, Linda Meredith, Linda Kramer, Pamela Kalbach, Cynthia Wealand, Carol Kissling, Kathleen Eisenbrown. Jackie Ketner, Susan Miller, Trudy Suski, Shirley Wunder, Darlene Bressler, Sherry Schaeffer, Linda Hek- tor. Third Row: Miss Phyllis DePugh, Brian Speicher, John Miller, Albert Yanosik, David Ruth, Rick Weidman, Dennis Schlappich, Glenn Barrell, David Bordner, Robin Beck, Clarence Hamm, Robert Mountz, Steven Schaeffer, Barry Moyer, Jerry Fidler, Charles Ruhf, Mrs. Mildred Holtzman. Fourth Row: Theo- dore Zerbe, Gregory Zerbe, Gerald Leonhard, Edward Ernerick, Eric Green, Richard Balthaser, Anthony Hoffman, Jeffrey Carpenter, Wayne Burd, Thomas Luckenbill, James Stoudt, Donald Berger, Peter Reif- snvder, Curtis Behler. Missing from picture - Robin Davis. First Row: Arlene Spease, June Bender, Julie Fitzgerald, Judith Green,Melinda Michrine, Gloria Jenkins, Jackie Leahy, June Raezer, Mary Jane Bare, Linda Carpenter, Deborah Zerbe, Kathleen Lutz, Joyce Rohr- bach, Patti Himmelberger, Loretta Luckenbill, Lorie Hetrick, Sylvia Parker, Rebecca Riegel. Second Row: Wade Keener, Michael Heckman, Randall Luckenbill, Gail Miller, Donna Stoyer, Lynn Balthaser, Sharon Luckenbill, Christine Bender, Dawn Rentschler, Marjorie Hamm, Rosemary Kline, Robin Luckenbill, Ilene Kauffman, Sandra Speicher, Barry Schlappich, Robert Endy, Kirby Weidenhammer, Michael Smith. Third Row: Mrs.Marion Luckenbill, Dennis Rentschler, Terry Reed, Lynn Degler, Larry Dietrich, Robert Swei- gart, Scott Graeff, Neil Stoudt, Stanley Speicher, Francis Ruth, Brian Boyer, Randall Althouse, Ricky Rents- chler, Daniel Wagner, Scott Roberts, David Yeich, Curtis Wolf, Jimmy Kramer, Mrs. Emily M. Holtzman. Fourth Row: Robert Boyer, Ronald Koch, Kenneth Krill, John Messner, Dennis Fabich, Larry Groff, David Sternberg, Ronald Lutz, Eric Madeira, David Hain, Greg Hain, Jeffry Kreitler, Lynn Scott Keener, Kerry Henne, Daniel Reifsnyder, Jay Himmelberger, David Wagner, Mark Delp. KINDERGARTEN First Row: Dennis Brandt, Diane Behler, Kathleen Haag, Wendy Hoffman, Sally Roth, Sharon Hoffert, Mary Carles, Crystal Mieler, Sheeley Burke, Cindy Balthaser, Rickie Luckenbill, Mary Mohn, Debra Graeff, Ke- vin Kirkhoff. Second Row: Mrs. Doyle, David Steigerwald, Suzanne Troutman, Karen Ramich, Leslie Katz, Jane Cocks, Gayle Smith, Ray Kline, Roy Degler, Lois Mengel, Revel Weidman, Rita Meredith,Cathy Bord- ner, Sherry Luckenbill, Lou Ann Smith. Third Row: Dale Kirkhoff, Paul Schlenker, Michael DeLong, Robert Gerberich, Lynn Lebo,Wi1liam Gerberich, Herbert Foreman, Patty Balthaser, Oralee Luckenbill, Candace Luckenbill, Connie DeLong, Bonnie Hartz, Jo Ann Hartz, Glenn Barnett. M S .. 'v:-, 1 it ' r"' , . , ,fin .,.. , Miki' .Q , lll . A , . . , V .M - , . Li... 34:51 Y mugs A f an M ksrrr l f. .pgziif-fir 'wi"i1wQ'a:'xfiaiivf.,w?gf'1 f , f . "" K ..- .- f as L . ,f ,.. ' x 1 f w if is ' . 'f.. 1 iw. M ,,r' 4 K I Y ...fi is Fi .1 r . at h . 'ff n ew . Q ' 'if' 1 it rw nf , . Q - Q- -'pwfgy,13.a4atvfi, f- M1 ' agua a 7 Q Q W. .gg ,, , , 4 , - wt arkfiea aww The curriculum was augmented this year whe n several new courses were added to the schedule. Among these are a third year of Ger- man and a course in general mathematics. For the first time both physics and chemistry were offered in the same term. Drama and journa- lism were added for enrichment courses elec- tive for seniors and juniors. P i!i???ikz?i H WJ' "" 'N is , " kfft 41,11 .vi I ,sQwp...1Q ' M' fm BIOLGGY Beverley Phillips,Dennis Zerbe, and Sharon Stoudt ex- CHEMISTRY PHYSICS SCIENCE Mr. Matthew explains the principles of the aneroid barometer to Sheilagh Porto and Laraine Zerbe. F e s 1 g , and Thelma Noecker the far left, Ann Bender, Tim- :h Joseph Goldstein perform a m istry experiment. Rentschler operates the oscilloscope interested onlookers Larry Endy, Barry atz, and Charles Smith. GEOGRAPHY Linda Mountz, Clark Bashore, Mary Balthaser and David Schaeffer locate an area they are studying in class. -- m1siiQ:vg6.g fm, , PROBLEMS OF DEMOCRACY Barry Kraatz, Janet Schlappich,San- dra Kerner, and Larry Smith study some charts in Problems of Democ- racy class. ---Y - iwimitfiv V HISTORY The ninth grade students listen intently as Mr. Scar- pignato explains their lesson. The girls' physical education class practices hockey skills. DRIVER TRAINING Mr. Matthew points out the parts of the driver training car motor to Harry Schlappich and Ralph Hoffman. HEALTH The junior health class listens to Mrs. Hatcher explain the circu- latory system of the human body. 3 i I 3 GENERAL BUSINESS Robert Smith, Joyce Epler and Roger Stoudt do their daily general business homework. TYPING BOCDKKEEPING Barbara Spease, Barbara Mountz, Kathryn Burkhart, Sandra Emma Wagner, Pat Raezer, Marie Hoffman, Ar- Kerner, and Janet Schlappich test their speed and accuracy lene Fidler, Robert Fidler, and Viola Smith apply on the new electric typewriters. their knowledge in bookkeeping. SHGRTHAND Sandra Kerner dictates to Carol Hartman on the new dictaphone while Kathryn Burkhart looks on. JOURNALISM Ann Bender shows Doris Kirkhoff, Judy Kline, and Larry Bashore how to lay out anewspaper. GERMAN Below, Larry Endy operates the phonograph as the rest of the class listens to a German translation recording. ENGLISH Robert Fidler reads a poem as the 11-2 class listens attentively. s LATIN Mrs. Lutz and the class watch as a student con- jugates a Latin Verb. 46 DRAMA Mrs. Matthew demonstrates the application of stage make-up on Louise Henke while Lester Tobias and Sandra Kerner look on. This is only one of the many phases of dramatic produc- tions c ov e r e d in drama classes. MUSIC June Bixler accompanies Polly Kline,Mar- lene Bender, Scott Walters, Craig Sheetz, and Kurt Kreitler. In addition to singing, students learn the history of musical instruments and how to read music. 47 ART Ann Klose, Anne Burkey, Sarah Trautman, and Barbara Spease take advantage of the new art equipment as they enamel copper jewelry. The addition to our building of a larger art room has allowed for expansion of art program offerings. SHOP Eugene Gerhart steadies a potential table while Karl Wolfe maneuvers the screw- driver during a typical shop class. 48 HOMEMAKING Carol Hartman and Sally Trautman busily pin on pattern pieces while Louise Henke presses her skirt. AGRICULTURE Karl Koenig, Paul Boyer, and Clarence Miller, under the su- pervision of Mr. Sleppy, assemble a metal cabinet. wh, , 1 A X Q M f , A L G E B R A GENERAL MATH Mr. Rentschler explains how to work one of the more difficult math problems. GECMETRY Mr. Kaiser assists one of the boys who is having a Annamae Rieser explains an informal httle trouble with a problem. TRIGCNOMETRY Nancy Bixler, Louise Henke, and Sarah Trautman work a few interpolation problems. 49 proof while the rest of the class looks on. Interests are broadened for students at Penn- Bernville through the various organizations. With the better facilities just added--the gym, library, music room, and shop--the organiza- tions can operate more efficiently. Having these facilities will encourage more students to enter organizations and benefit from them. WW? Q K David Stricker, Donald Keener, Jane Heffelfinger, Barbara Ernst, Annamae Rieser, Linda Lou Bashore, Anne Burkey, Glenn Haag, Ronald Delp, Mr. Matthew, Dennis Speicher, Karl Wolf, Bonnie Luckenbill, Janet Lyon, Nancy Endy, Jane Sonon, Susan Mengel. THE STUDENT GCVERNMENT Linda Lou Bashore, Vice-president Glenn Haag, President 52 Jane Heffelfinger, Janet Lyon, and Karl Wolf inspect the recordplayer purchased by Student Council. In addition to pur- chasing new materials, the Council spon- sors commercial assemblies during the year, which provide both entertainment and useful knowledge for the student body. This student government enables the stu- dents to voice their opinions about their problems. Every year the members at- tend a convention at a high school in the county to learn new ideas for bettering school conditions. PREPARING FOR LEADERSHIP po. t X 3 Anne Burkey, Secretary Ronald Delp, Treasurer Bonnie Luckenbill, Chaplain PENNANT- RECORDING THE YEAR'S EVENTS UNDERSTUDIES First Row: Thelma Noecker, Linda Lou Bashore, Margaret Ann Beidler, Judy Kline, Doris Kirkhoff, B. Ann Bender. Second Row: Joseph Goldstein, Harold Fisher, Richard Wil- helm, Carl Long, Annamae Rieser, Jean Carpenter. Miss- ing from picture: Dennis Speicher. Lester Tobias, David Bossard and Glerm Fox check the school cameras to make sure they are in working order. S4 SENIOR Seated: Carol Hartman, Nancy Bix- ler, Sarah Trautman, Ronald Delp, Glenn Haag, Anne Burkey, James Bertram, Linda Weiders, Kathryn Burkhart, Ann Klose, Larry Smith. Standing: Clarence Kiebach, Charles STAFF Smith, Louis e Henke, Barbara Spease, Glenn Fox, Barbara Mountz, David Bossard, Janet Schlappich, Robert Lyon, Sandra Kerner, James Kintzer, Lester Tobias, Barry Kraatz, Larry Miller, Larry Endy, Mrs. Matthew. 'F-..:, Editor-in-chief, Anne Burkey ' :iw-Qi Seated: Sarah Trautman, Business Managerg Carol Hartman, Typing' Editorg Anne Burkey, Editor-in- chiefg Linda Weiders, Layout Editorg Nancy Bixler, Business Managerg Ann Klose, Copy Editor. Standing: Ronald Delp, Art Editorg Glenn Haag, Assistant Editor g Glenn Fox, Photography Editorg James Bertram, Lay- out Editorg David Bossard, Photography Editor. 55 QI' Linda Weiders, James Bertram, Glenn Haag, Davic Bossard, Glenn Fox, Ann Klose, and Anne Burkey con- centrate on selecting layouts for the yearbook at one of their summer meetings. SENIOR CHORUS First Row: Diana Sauer, Nancy Bixler, Sharon Stoudt, Janet Lyon, Judy Luft, Annamae Rieser, Thelma Noecker, Carol Hartman, Second Row: Evelyn Balthaser, Beverly Phillips, Tanya Pyle, Ann Klose, Jean Carpenter, Margaret Beidler, Judy Kline. Third Row: Linda Weiders, Carol Troutman, Bonnie Luckenbill, Kathryn Burkhart, Sarah Trautman, Louise Henke, Doris Kirkhoff, Linda Bashore. Fourth Row: Byron Bixler, Richard Wilhelm, Arthur Kissling, David Bossard, Clayton Wagner, Joseph Gold- stein, Robert Burkey, Larry Bashore. Fifth Row: James Kintzer, Dennis Zerbe, Larry Endy, Edward Fisher, Carl Long, Harry Schlappich, Dale Henne, Paul Burkey. The Senior Chorus, under the direction of Mr. Berger, participated in the high school Commence- ment and the P.T.A's annual Christmas program. 58 JUNIOR CHCDRUS First Row: Martin Fidler, Lee Bare, Jeffrey Gernsheimer, Jack Gernsheimer, Richard Kramer, Marc Sternberg. Second Row: Jane Gassert, Polly Kline, Loretta Wagner, Mary Long, Jane Heffelfinger, LarryRentchler, Judy Tobias, June Bixler, Denise Kalbach, Lorraine Zerbe, Marlene Bender. Third Row: Dorothy Kiebach, Dorothy Shiery, Jane Sonon, Sandra Lutz, Barbara Sterner, Sylvia Evans, Eva Harvan, Mary Hiester, Joan Troutman, Sheilagh Porto, Sandra Luckenbill, Barbara Schaeffer, Linda Schlappich. Fourth Row: Nancy Endy, Linda Luckenbill, Barbara Ernst, Shirley Speicher, Sonja Kraatz, Sylvia Kraatz, Marcia Kintzer, Sally Faust, Margaret Firtz, Janice Raezer, Martha Kalbach, Mrs. Ewald. Fifth Row: Elaine Speicher, Earlene Kauffman, Diana Kissling, Craig Sheetz, Leon Huey, Kenneth Leonard, James Paulson, Robert Kerner, Lorena Gassert, Jacqueline Eyre, Sharon Messner. Sixth Row: John Gerbrich, Robert Stump, John Fesig, Joseph Stamm, Donald Keener, Lee Bausher, Scott Walters, William Krill, Leroy Schaeffer, Kurt Kreitler, Paul Himmelberger. Junior Chorus officers: Jane Heffelfinger, President, Larry Rentschler, Vice-President, Judy Tobias, Secretary, Mary Long, Treasurer, Loretta Wagner, Librarian. The Junior Chorus joined the Senior Chorus in presenting the Christmas assembly and the P.T.A. Christmas program. 59 The purpose of the Fut- ure Teachers of America is to familiarize students with the teaching profession. To f u r t h e r their experience with children, members provide a baby sitting ser- vice at PTA meetings. Front Row: Barbara Ernst, Treasurer, Beverly Phillips, Vice-President, Linda Lou Bashore, President, Jane Heffelfinger, Secretary, Annamae Rieser, Historian. Second Row: Mary Long, Dorothy Keibach, Denise Kalbach, Marlene Bender. Third Row: Sally Faust, Polly Kline, Joan Troutman, Sheilagh Porto. Fourth Row: Diana Sauer, Tanya Pyle, Linda Schlappich, Larry Rentschler. Standing: Elaine Speicher, Sharon Mess- ner, Sylvia Kraatz, Sonja Kraatz, Mrs. Ewald, B. Ann Bender, Diana Kissling, Sandra Luckenbill, Barbara Schaeffer. SAFETY PATROL Front Row: Mr. Kaiser, Donald Delong, John Gerbrich, John Fesig, Robert Fidler, George Reppert, Earlene Kauffman, Martha Kalbach, Larena Gassert, Barbara Spease, Lieutenant. Second Row: Larry Lebo, Leon Heuy, Timothy Fesig, Lieutenant, Harold Fisher, Winston Simmons, Paul Burkey, Lieu- tenant, Margaret Fritz, Sandra Kerner, Lieutenant. Third Row: Ralph Zerbe, Lieutenant, Eugene Bare, ,Lee Bausher, Dennis Speicher, David Evans, Eugene Gerhart, Lester Tobias. 3, EIL, , up- F.F.A. First Row: Harry Schlappich, Paul Burkey, Richard Yost, Dennis Speicher, Eugene Gerhart, Clarence Miller, Haro1dBoyer. Second Row: David LaFo11ette, John Kramer, Edward Fisher, Arthur Kissling. ThirdRow: Richard Wolf, Winston Simmons, Terry Fehnel, Melvin Spease, Roy Fitzgerald, Kari Koe- nig, Paul Boyer, Mr. Sleppy. . ,gf X. Q ,e "" . .3 b 5. 5- K Jr. RED CROSS Seated: Fay Oxenrider, Linda Bender, Anita Steigerwalt. Stan- ding: Susan Mengel, Janet Kline, Suzanne Bender, Janet Evans, Diana Symanowicz, Thelma Spei- cher, Miss Riegel, Ruth Wagner, Carol May, Mary Lou Wenrich. These students, under Miss Rie- ge1's supervision, fill boxes for needy children across the seas. 61 PENN-GUIN Co-Editors: Linda Lou Bashore, Ann Bender, Annarnae Rieser. Second Row: Barbara Ernst, Pamela Bender, Doris Kirkhoff, Judith Kline, Margaret Beidler, Linda Mountz, Linda Luckenbill. Third Row: Larry Bashore, Karl Kline, Kurt Kreitler, Beverly Phillips, Tanya Pyle, Jane Heffelfinger, Diana Kissling, Jean Carpenter, Lester Tobias. Standing: Mr. Scarpignato, Mrs. Mooney. The Club is in charge of putting out the school newspaper, THE PENN-GUIN. This edition is composed of current school activities, features, editorials and humor. DEBATING TEAM Seated: Linda Bashore, Doris Kirkhoff, Judy Kline, Annamae Rieser. Standing: Beverly Phillips, Tanya Pyle, Sharon Stoudt, Jean Carpenter, Mr. Scarpignato, Advisor. Ann Bender delivers a speech concerning the United Nations. Each year this group debates on subjects of national interest with two other Berks County schools. The object of these debates is to create interest in current problems. LIBRARY CLUB g Seated: Judith Tobias, Margaret Fritz, Barbara Spease, Delores Weidman, Earlene Kauffman, Mrs. Lutz. Standing: Thelma Noecker, Judith Luft, Annamae Rieser, Shirley Speicher, Diana Kissling, Jane Heffelfinger, Sharon Messner, Larena Gassert, Barbara Ernst, Elaine Speicher, Loretta Wagner , Martha Kalbach, Sandra Luckenbill. The library, reference room, and library office are under the direction of Mrs. Lutz, the school librarian. These new facilities are a great improvement over our former library. Tr nu Annamae Rieser, Thelma Noecker, and Judith Pamela Bender and Sandra Luckenbill mend books, Luft arrange reference books. 63 one of the many services provided by the Library Club. Sports, too, are involved with our broadening horizons since the new gym has been completed. A basketball court, volleyball court, springboard, ropes, parallel bars, and rings are among the new facilities we now have. These new facilities made it possible for Penn-Bernville to have a basketball team and to hold a gym exhibition in spring. 64 Mm Bbzfnvilie Penn- Penn-Bernville Penn-Bernville Penn-Bernville Qenn- Bernville Penn-Bernville Penn-Bernville Penn Bernvjille Penn-Bermiille .Penn- Bernville Fleetwood Brandywine ., 2 Coach Matthew maps out team strategy with the captain, Larry Endy. Larry was selected for the Berks County All-Star team and won even higher plaudits by being named "Most Valuable Player" in Berks County. I -K me 2 ' The Wildcats shoot for a goal against Oley, the B e r k s Soccer League champs. THE EFFORTS OF OUR TEAM TO ALWAYS PLAY A HARD AND FAIR GAME WON THE BERKS COUNTY SPORTSMANSHIP TROPHY FOR P.B.H.S. First Row: Larry Smith, Edward Fisher, James Kintzer, Harold Gruber, Larry Endy,Barry Kraatz, David Evans, Robert Lyon. Second Row: Mr. Matthew, Karl Woli, Jeffrey Gernsheimer, Lee Bare, Melvin Spease, Galen Bulles, Jack Gernsheimer, Robert Kerner, Robert Burkey. Third Row: Winston Simmons, Dennis Zerbe, Donald Keener, Glenn Haag, Dale Henne, Arthur Kissling, Clayton Wagner. V Q44 se! . Q 4 . -....... . ..-.-. W E ennis Zerbe Coach Matthew. L Edward Fisher Robert N Q Robert Kerner and Kenneth Reiner demonstrate their skills on the rings as Jackand Jeffrey Gernsheimer and Winston Simmons await their turns. f"1 Kenneth Reiner springs over the Swedish box in gym class as David Evans, Dennis Zerbe, Melvin Spease, and Galen Bulles watch intently. In a matwork session Barry Kantner, Jack Gernsheimer, Leon Huey, Kenneth Reiner, Paul Himmelberger, Galen Bulles, Jeffrey Gernsheimer, Winston Simmons, Ku rt Kreitler, and Richard Wolf fo r m one of a series of pyramids. USING OUR NEW GYM X 2 L... 9 ,V 2 51J3w!aiii'w,.9wJi1 inf' 'infix 3 "'n'ff1klf' ' Q 2 M - - 'A f gg, .Q ,,,mxn,i- . ti., npr?- Q, ' Lg: -..," f A , I 5 ,, ., lvgflfxiiikiffki 'ffl i' f V 1 ,fstflsamf-xp' '- W .,,,k 3 ,,,,,K1 Z VVVL V,4,M,,,m,,,,t.M.,M g:.mw5 yin, 3 K, ,,m.4 ,M L,,,,,A ,X It 'Aff ., ' 5 5:55, '1'5iTi1'. . Richard Wolf, Dennis Zerbe, Robert Smith, and Barry Kantner test the strength of their arm muscles as they try to climb the ropes. 71 , W.. .W ,.. ..,.....,,, Sitting: Louise Henke, Ann Delp, and Sandra Kerner. Kneeling: Elaine Speicher, Pam Bender, Jane Heffelfinger, Diana Kissling, Linda Weiders, Barbara Mountz, Barbara Spease, Sally Trautman, and Janet.Schlappich. Standing: Mrs. Hatcher, Tanya Pyle, Beverly Phillips, B. Ann Bender, Judy Kline, Sharon Messner, Janet Lyon, Bonnie Luckenbill, Linda Bashore, Joyce Epler, Helen Reber, and Carol Hartman. Mrs. Hatcher, Coach "You're obstructing, Sandy! Get your stick down, L inda ! " These were a few familiar phrases issuing from Mrs. Hatcher during this past hockey season. Having a full time physical education teacher proved to be a great asset to the team. With the spirit and perseverancethe girls displayed we're all hoping for the best in 1962. Janet Schlappich and Bonnie Luckenbill fight for the ball during a practice session. 72 Each year the sports-minded girls from grades 9 - 12 look forward to spring and the beginning of softball season. More interest was shown this year because of a full time in- structor. The practices, held every night, proved to be helpful. 'M W5 Linda Bashore tries for a hit from pitcher, Doris Kirkhoff, while Janet Schlappich hopes for a strike during one of the practice sessions. ' GIRLS' SUFTBHLL Seated: Doris Kirkhoff, Judy Kline, Ann Bender, Linda Bashore. Standing: Louise Henke, Barbara Mountz, Sarah Trautman, Janet Lyon, Janet Schlappich, Mrs. Hatcher, coach. Since a w ell- rounded education includes acquiring not onlyaknowledge of facts, but also the capacity for getting along with others, class plays, dances, assemblies and many other co- operative activities add color to our school calendar. Designed to broaden our social hori- zon, these functions encourage group coopera- tion, stimulate creative thinking, and provide recreation. awed BEST LOOKING James Bertram and Linda Weiders BEST DRESSED MOST HUMOROUS 76 Sarah Trautman and James Kintzer Barry Kraatz and Sandra Kerner MOST TALENTED MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Nancy Bixler and Larry Endy ' Glenn Haag and Linda Weiders MO ST ATHLETIC MOST DE PENDAB LE i3g.BEH6',Q? ef' PHYS. ED. Larry En dy and Kathryn gurkhart Anne Burkey and Glenn Haag N ,, fV, Q fy ., ,ly,,. f tg Vlfyfgyyf Aa, A , , V , . , ,T Sb , fy, M 7 My V - I 3 1' HGLIDAY MAGIC .... W f I 22' QM 4,4-gg ..f-.N ix nil X '1 fi? if l,. . ' Q fy, 3. f ,Q 1' 1 xxx 3 mc. David Evans finds the banks ofthe Northkilla perfect spot to serenade Nancy Bixler, Ann Delp, and Vicki White. X Beverly Phillips listens altentively as Mrs. Kohlhepp explains anew procedure to Dennis Spcicher. A NITE on ummm l I' Maid of Honor, Donna Braithwaite, crowns Kathryn Haag "Queen of the Prom" during coronation ceremonies at the Junior-Senior Prom, "A Night on Waikiki." The queen also received a royal pendant as a symbol of her reign as the first ofa long line of prom queens at P.B.H.S. X Glenn Haag serves punch to his date, Joyce Epler, amid typical Hawaiian surroundings which includedpineapples, palm trees, sand, sea shells, and hula girls. ' W.-AL, W: 7L,'L SPECIAL EVENTS The Junio r - Senior class play "The Calamity Kids" proved to be real adventure to the cast and rollick- ing funfor the audience. At the right, the cast poses for a picture after the opening night performance. Above, students enjoy the Hallowe'en social sponsored by Student Council. The couples above right, dance at the Junior Class dance, "'Autumn Hues." Linda Lou Bashore and Janet Lyon help put the finishing touches on the new school addition by placing significant materials in the corner stone. 83 REMEMBER WHEN .... FROM HERE AND THERE Mr. Gamber shows us how to fill out our order blanks properly. Pete, biding his time. Ann and Peg deep in thought. Margaret Fritz a nd B y r 0 n Bixler try out some new steps. Up, boy! Up!" "Cheese! " THEIR SERVICES ARE INDISPENSABLE BUS DRJVERS JAPHTORS Mr. Ralph Kissling, Mrs. Marilyn Kissling, Mr. John Endy and Mr. James Faust. Mr. Allen Zerbe, Mrs. Phyllis Stoudt, Mr. John Henne. NURSE COOKS SECRETARY Mrs. John Bixler, Mrs. Raymond Mohn, Mrs. Russel Riegel, Mrs. Harriet Rebman, amd Mrs. Samuel Graeff. B5 JAMES DANIEL BERTRAM Academic Pennant, 4, Layout Co-Editor5 Audio.- Visual Club, 15 Hunting and Fishing Club, 2. NANCY DONNA BIXLER Academic Pennant Business Manager, 45 Senior Dramatics Club, 25 Music Club, Sec- retary 1, President 25 Library Club, 15 Chorus, 1,2,3,45 County Band, 1,2,3,45 County Orchestra, 2,35 District Band, 1,2,35 State Band, 35 Eastern District Orchestra, 3,45 Class Chaplain, 25 Class Vice-President, 4. J ENNINGS DAVID BOSSARD Academic Pennant, 4, Photography Editor 5 Senior Chorus, 3,45 Band, 4. ANNE LOUISE BURKEY Academic Pennant, 4, Editor-in-chief5 Student Council, 4, Secretary5 Art Service Club, 25 Sports Boosters Club, 15 Senior Dramatics Club, 25 Class Chaplain, 4. KATHRYN FAY BURIGIART Commercial Pennant, 45 Sports Boosters Club, 1 , 25Majorette, 45 Chorus, 1,2,3,45 Soft- ball, 2,35 Hockey, 2,35 Student Council, 2, Secretary5 Class President, 25 Class Secretary, 1. RONALD WILLIAM DELP General Pennant, 4, Art Editor5 Debate, 35 Student Council, 4, Treasurer5 Senior Dramatics Club, 4. JOHN LARRY ENDY Academic Pennant, 45 Band, 1,2,3,4, Vice-Presi- dent 3, President 45 Baseball, 1,2,3,45 County Band, 1,2,3,45Chorus,,1,2,3,45 Class Play 3,45 Music Club, 1,25 Ganies Club, 2, President5 Soccer, 1,2,3,4, Captain 45 Safety Patrol, 15 Junior County Chorus, 1. GLENN DAVID FOX Academic Audio-Visual Club, 15 Games Club, 25 Sports Club, 25 Art Service Club, 25 Pennant, 45 Photography Editor. GLENN RALPH HAAG Academic Student Council, 1,3,4, President 45 Class Vice-President 2, President 45 Band, 1,2,35 Games Club, 25 Chorus, 15 Baseball, 1,2,3,45 Hi-Y, 15 Soccer, 2,3,45 F.F.A., 25 Pennant, 4, Assistant Editor5 Class Play, 4. CLARENCE EARL KIEBACH, JR. Academic Student Council, 1,35 Pennant, 45 Chorus, 15 Games Club, 25 Audio- Visual, 25 Safety Patrol, 2,35 Class Play, 3,45 Class Secretary, 2,3. JAMES LUKE KINTZER Academic Band, 1,2,3,45 Chorus, 1,2,3,45 Card Club, Vice-President, 25 Music Club, 25 Baseball, 1,2,3,45 Hi-Y, 15 Soccer, 1,3,45 Soccer Scorekeeper, 25 Pennant, 45 Class Play, 3,45 Class Vice-Presi- dent, 3. ANN HIESTER KLOSE Academic Pennant, 4, Copy Editor5 Class Play, 3,45 Dramatics Club, 25 Art Service Club, 15 Sports Booster, 15 Hockey, 35 Softball, 25 Chorus, 3,4. CAROL JEAN HARTMAN Commercial Music Club, President, 15 Class Sec- retary, 45 Dramatics Club, 25 Class r i Play, 3,4, County Band, 2,3, County Orchestra, 3, Band, 1,2,3,4, Chorus, 1,2,3,4, Junior County Chorus, 1, District Band, 2, District Orchestra, 2, Pennant, 4, Typing Editor. LOUISE CAROLYN HENKE Academic Pennant 4, Penn-Quin, 1, Band, 1,2,3, 4, Music Club, 1,2, Class Play, 3, Chorus, 1,2,3,4, Dramatics Club, 2, Hockey, 1 , 2 , 3 , 4, Softball, 1,2,3,4, Class Chaplain, 3. SANDRA LOUISE KERNER Commercial Pennant, 4, Class Vice-President, 1, Hunting and Fishing, 2, Hockey, 1,2,4, Softball, 2, Sports Boosters, 1, Banner Carrier, 1,2,3,4. BARRY GENE KRAATZ Academic Band, 1,2,3,4, Chorus, 1,2, Audio- Visual, 1,2, Baseball, 1,2, Soccer, 1,3, 4, Safety Patrol, 1,2,3, Sports Club, 2, Pennant, 4. ROBERT ALLEN LYON Commercial Pennant, 4, Sports Club, 1, F.F.A., 2, Baseball, 1,2,3,4, Soccer, 1,2,3,4, Band, 1,2,3,4, Sports Club, 1, Vice- President. LARRY ANDREW MILLER Commercial Pennant, 4, Sports Booster Club, 1, 2,3, President, 3, Baseball, 1,2,4, Soccer, 1. BARBARA LOUISE MOUNTZ Commercial Pennant, 4, Art Club, 1,2, Library Club, 1, Softball, 3, Hockey, 4, Safety Patrol, 4. JANET LANET SCHLAPPICH Commercial Pennant, 4, Hockey, 1,2,3,4, Captain 4, Softball, 1,2,3, Captain, 4, Sports Boosters Club, 1,Hunting and Fishing, 2, Class Chaplain, 1. E. CHARLES SMITH, JR. Academic Pennant, 4, Audio-Visual, 1, Games, Club, 2, Sports Club, 2, Art.Service, 2. LARRY JAY SMITH Academic Pennant, 4, Hunting and Fishing, 2, Sports Club, 1, Soccer, 4, Safety Patrol, 1. BARBARA ANN SPEASE Commercial Pennant, 4, Hockey, 4, Library, 4, Softball, 4, Art Club, 1,2, Safety Patrol, 2,3,4. LESTER JAY TOBIAS Commercial Penn-Quin, 4, Photography Editor, Safety Patrol, 4, Captain, Dramatics Club, 2. ' SARAH ANN TRAUTMAN Academic , Pennant, 4, Business Manager, Class Treasurer, 2, 3 , 4, Hockey, 1,2,3,4, Chorus, 1 , 3 , 4, Art Club, 1, Music Club, 2, Dramatics Club, 2, Softball, 1,2,3,4, Debate, 2. LINDA MAY WEIDERS Academic Pennant, 4, Layout Co-Editor, Band, 1,2,3,4, Chorus, 1,2,3,4, Hockey, 1,2, 3,4, Co-Captain 4, Softball, 1,2, Dra- matics, 2, Music Service, 2, Class Play, 3, 4, Penn-Quin, 1, Sports Booster, 1, Student Council, 2,3, Vice- President, 3. Class of 1962 . Norman Ernst Mr. Sz Mrs Class of 1963 Class of 1964 Priscilla Shoppe First National Bank Bubbenmoyer Flower Shop Showers Bros. Sons Mr. Sz Mrs. Russel Riegel Mrs. Anna F. 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