Tulpehocken High School - Yearbook (Bernville, PA)

 - Class of 1965

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I 4 D'exQf1 x ':fa il1 + kE 'li W 'l l 3 ' C xx ?:"'X 35N . . 1 L1 W- Q f-Q' 1 :5 PENN-BERNVILLE Hue HooL-BERN'x7vLLI-:,PENNsYLvANvAb FUREUJURD Life is afascinating journey. The Sea of Life is touched by innumerable ports--some will call us for service, others offer adventure, happiness, or perhaps, disappointment. To one un- prepared this sea is treacherous, to a novice always awesome. But, to the Class of 1965, which shall soon venture forth from Penn-Berville School, may it be a challenge for which we are wellpreparedl May the knowledge gained, the skills developed, and the character molded within the security of our harbor have given us the courage to venture forth boldly: OUT OF THE HARBOR, OUT ON THE DEEP! Let us now recall some of the landmarks along the initial step of our voyage as we unfold tomorrow's memories, events of the past school year. i f I . I 1 g....f' lix mmf UF comfms -J Rv IW wx f A X Special Events .......... Mrs. Margaret S. Kreitler DEDICHTIUH To you, Mrs. Margaret S.Kreit1er, We, the Class of 1965, sincerely dedicate the PENNANT. Since you have been at Penn-Bernville High School, you have always been ready to lend a helping hand and have never complained about all the work that had to be done. You were our homeroom teacher in sixth grade and have been one of our art supervisors not only in high school but in elementary grades as well. The many fond memories will never be forgotten. Therefore, we take this opportunity to express our thanks and appreciation by dedicating this volume of the PENNANT to you. 5 HDHIIHISTRHTIUH QW' . U' G p HND CUHHICULH SCHUUL BUHRD FIRST ROW: Mrs. Irene T. Hassler, Elementary Supervisorg Dr. George F. Sebastian, treas.g Lynn C. Rissinger, pres.g Earl S. Schaefferg Alvin S. Zerbe, sec'y.5 Earl F. Deglerg Alvin I. Morgan. STANDING: Harry E. Eblingg Clarence W. Mengelg Orville F. Staufferg Floyd L. Koenigg Robert R. Harnerg Harold L. Noll, vice-pres.3 Raymond E. Mohng John O. Moyerg Earl C. Koenigg Carl H. Browng Missing from picture: Elmer K. Pyle. Mr. Harry E. Ebling Mr. Earl C. Koenig Our Supervising Principal is always striving to Our Assistant Supervising Principal is ever ready improve the school. to aid us with our school difficulties. 8 UUR CUUHSE Music 7A Civics 9 In order to gain a full background in music, Mr. Here pupils learn the fundamentals of our govern- Berger begins music appreciation early. ment--useful in later life. Mr. Russell L. Berger Mr. Richard A. Adam Music English-History vii tracer Geography YB History 11-1 M12 Adam makes Certain that Seventh grade fully The juniors locate areas important in their study understand the World in which they live. of American history. 9 Mrs. Lois Deppen Homemaking Homernaking 7-B Anyone for a good baked apple ? IS SUPERVISED Homemaking 11 Instructions are given to the girls to aid them in the craft of sewing. XO Homemaking 10 Grade 10 constructively complete Home Economics projects. CHUTIUUSLU Homemaking 9- 1 Which one goes first, the napkin or the silverware? Biology 9-I The key to a successful biology course is hard work. Mr . George Flanagan Science Grade 7-A Mr. Flanagan exhibits a group of motley fall leaves. HHH CHHHTED UIHHILU Grade 1 O- I Various rocks are examined in Earth and Space Science with the help of the teacher. Chemistry II Experiments of all sorts are a necessity in com pleting the chemistry course guided by Mr. Flana- gan. lUITH HIHHU SEXTHHTS English 8B A bit of counselingis given to the class. Reading 9-11 Mr. Frantz is always ready and will- ing to answer the questions of his students. English 10-II Grade 10-II reads selections of literature from their text. Mr. Richard Frantz English Social Studies Library 7A These members of 7A help to retain the fine discipline in our library . I2 ann DIHECTIUH Hnnfns N Trigonometry 12 Mr. Kaiser's 12th grade attempts to solve trigonometric functions. Mr . William Kaiser Math Math Elective Mathematical interest is shown by these members of Math Elec-tive. Geometry 11 Math 8'H With compass in hand Karl Kline Mr. Kaiser gives assistance to the bisects an acute anglei students' questions in General Math. I3 TU KEEP US German 12 Mrs. Kline follows in her book as the Seniors read and translate GERME LSHAUSEN. Art 8B Mrs. Kreitler tries to straighten out the art problem that the boys have. Mrs. Margaret S. Kreitler Art German 9 The ninth grade must master the definite article before going on to more difficult German. Mrs. Pearl B. Kline English German Art Elective The Senior Art Elective class has a broad field in which to expand their varied talents. IHUVIHG STEHDILU UHUIHHD. Physical Education 8 Line soccer, an active indoor sport, offers the girls much physical ex- ercise. Mrs. Shirley K. Juba Science Health Physical Education Wpxl ,Tru fiat me if Science 8-A Of the hydrostatic paradox, LeRoy shows that the shape of the tube has no effect on the water level. Health 10 Mrs. Juba looks on as the tenth grade girls com- plete a. health assignment. Physical Education ll Edwin Meredith explains the basket- ballto some of the girls in the class. Ulf HHVE BRIEHHGS Physical Education 8 Gym class is the most relaxing, these boys take advantage of it. Mr. Harold E. Matthew Driver Training Health Physical Education and Physical Education 9 "You've gotalong way to go, Scott," saidQGlenn Balth- HSSP. Driver Training 11-I "Let's Drive Right On Freeways" is being discussed by means of chart under the guidance of Mr.Matthew. .tts at .,,. saw X I ' "1 ' ' ..,-.1 ,ffx K ' + s f , 1-.S -K X i V ' L f ' , 1 f1fw,:a1it P ,Q 'I 1 t i:yk-fi if f gf' -Y - , 1:1 Q M J 'Q' '- if ii: -5 . '27 I ii 7 5: , RMK 1 V c J' :Ja -- it " K f X - , ,,.. K .ze . - x -- tt.. If Vgfwmdvizfgg .',' 1 1 .f,.f K ' l .effifta-aes: i. , fi? Z HQffy.,J,Lg25f4 . .Q V X . V ' V 1 f ,,tt ' - ' Health 10 Francis Gerberich and Lynn Him- melberger seem to be very inter- ested in the anatomy of the body ex- plained by Lynn Stoudt. I6 HS HIE SHIL English 11-I Developing good writing skills is a very important English 10-I phase of English. Assistance is given while students concentrate on their English assign- ment. English 12-I Shakespeare' s theater is a topic of interest in the senior literature class. Mrs. Velma K. Matthew English Reading 8-I Hard concentration is put into the improvement of important reading skills. Miss Stella M. Riegel Language Arts, Social Studies 1 History 'IB Enghsh 7A The Egyptians were not only famous for Miss Reigel is explainingtzhatthe number of a word their gods but also f01' their a1'tiStiC means singular or plural. ability- Dr. Charles T. Reimer Guidance Counselor Guidance 9-II Guidance 91 Dr- Rei-mel' assists inhelping Undecided I8 Have you made plans for your vocation? students find a career. Mr. Larry E. Rentschler Science Math Physics 12 Mr. Rentschler is demonstrating co- Lision in two dimensions. Business Math 10 The class, here, studies basic general principles of algebra, arithmetic, and geometry. HHH CRUISE EE Algebra 9-11 The knowledge of the use of formulas in the basic step in Algebra. General Math 12 Only the boys in the Ag. Course are in this Math class. Typing 12 These girls are preparing for the future by practicing all they can. Mrs. Evelyn W. Mooney Commercial n HLUH6 SMUUTHLEI Shorthand 12 Shorthand, which these girls seem to enjoy, will be a necessity in their future. Bookkeeping 11 First year bookkeeping is quite a chore, but these girls keep at it. Z0 ff 1 M elif' vi ,ak J , E53 1-v 5:22 Academic Typing 11 Posture erect ? Fingers inposition? P.O.D. 12 Here, students are learning of past problems so that they can aid in the problems of today. Mr. Michael Scarpignato Social Studies TUIUHHIJ Agriculture 11 and 12 Mechanical drawing, seen in the pic- ture, makes up part of the Agri- cultural Course. Mr. Charles T. Steiner Agriculture History 1 O-I These sophomores are studying the locations of historical events. Shop 7-A and 7-B These young, determined boys are always ready to learn something new. 21 Mrs. Virginia E. Owens Mrs. Mildred S. Holtzman Mrs. Dolores E. Hill Mrs. Helen M. Fizz Grade 1 Grade 2 ,Q 1,' , fw lii g f . H X 1" 'fa E.. , r f ., :V ,dld lg rrrs E : . ii-i V Mrs. Nancy G. Reifsnyder Music M., .,.,....,.A...,, ..,,.. .,... , . , Mrs. Liuian G. Emerick Mr ESE? gglifnst S eech and Hearin Thera ist ISS n Y P g P Grade 3 Mrs. Blanche S. Wentzel Physical Education Mrs. Florence W. Siegfried Miss Mary H. Koursaros Grade 4 Mrs. Irene I. Hassler Elementary Principal Mrs. Ella S. Rothermel Mrs. Catharine R. Etchberger Mrs. Sharon D. Wanner Mr. William F, Hunter Grade 5 Grade 6 22 CHUSEH DESTIHHTIUHS. Dentist Doctor Dr. Lewis W. Small Dr. Peter T. Pugliese Secretary Mrs. Loretta Schneck Bus Drivers John Endy, John Henne, Mrs. Joan Mengel, Wayne Stoudt, Mrs. Marilyn Kissling, Mrs. Phyllis Stoudt, Carroll Snyder, Ralph Kissling. Nurse Mrs. Irene T. Haag Custodians John Endy, James Faust. Missing from picture: Mrs. Marguerite Rentschler, Robert Ruth. Cafeteria Personnel Harriet Rebmang Mrs. Esther Wilhelmg Mrs. Esther Bixlerg Mrs. Helen Schlappich, Ma agerg Mrs. Alice Luckenbill. Mrs. Edna Graeffg Mrs. Evelyn Troutmang Mrs. I1 W HS IHE LHUHCH Bonnie Billet, amember of the committee for the senior class dance, is "toying" with possible decoration materials. VII-lee!! Agricultural August 9, 1947 Chorus 1,2,3,4 FFA 3,4 Baseball 1,3 FFA State Course Safety Patrol 2,3,4 Judging Contest Dark brown hair . . . brown eyes . . . hobbies-cars, hunting . . . likes-food, girls, money . . . future ambition-to be a cop. Academic Art Elective 4 Drama 4 Brown hair . . . gray-green-blue eyes . . . 5' 3" . . . hobbies-guitar, skiing, reading . . . likes-jazz, boys, fuzzy things . . . future ambition-travel to Mexico and Europe. LEE LESTER BAUSHER MARLENE ELAINE BENDER "Marlene" Commercial July 25, 1947 Cheerleader 1,2 Chorus 1,2,3,4 Band 1,2,3,4 PENN-GUIN 2,3,4 F.T.A. 1,2,3,4 TYPING CHAIRMAN Dirty blonde hair . . . blue eyes . . . 5' 3" . . . hobby-collecting postcards . . likes-playing the marimba, miniature golf . . . future ambition . . . secretary. BONNIE SUZANNE BILLET "Bonnie" May 12, 1947 26 OUR SHIP June and her Bassoon make a mighty team. June Bixler has par- ticipated in local, county and district bands. JUNE BRENDA BIXLER "June" Academic June 17, 1947 Band 1,2,3,4 Debates 1 Chorus 1,2,3,4 State Band 2 County Band 1,3 Safety Patrol 4 District Band 1,2,3 PENNANT 4 F.T.A. 1 PENN-GUIN 4 Cheerleader 1,2,3,4 Drama 4 Brown hair . . . brown eyes . . . 5' 6 1f2" . . . hobbies-swimming, music . . . likes-ice cream, French fries, clothing . . .future ambition-business schoolto study accounting. EVA MARIE EISENHARDT YYEVa-U Academic June 1, 1947 Library Club 3,4 Drama 4 PENNANT 4 PENN-GUIN 4 Great Books Seminar 4 Brown hair . . . brown eyes . . . hobbies-reading, Italian cooking . . . likes- Italian food, sports . . . future ambition-to be a dietician. NANCY FAY ENDY "Nana" Academic April 7, 1947 Band 1,2,3,4 PENNANT 3,4 Chorus 1,2,3,4 Class Chaplain 3 PENN-GUIN 1,2,3,4 Art Elective 4 LAYOUT CO-EDITOR Debates 1,2 F.T.A. 2,3,4 Light brown hair . . . blue eyes . . . 5' 3" . . . hobbies-dancing, playing piano. . . likes-styling hair, driving, veal cutlets. . . future ambition-beautician. 27 "UUT UF THE HHHBUH Kurt Kreitler and Sally Faust work diligently to prepare the artwork for the PENNANT. SYLVIA SUE EVANS "Susie" Academic July 24, 1947 Softball 1 Cheerleader 1,2,3 Chorus 1 Library 4 Student Council 1,2 PENNANT 3,4 3 secy., 4 secy. Drama 4 F.T.A. 2 PENN-GUIN 2,3, LAYOUT CO-EDITOR, 4 Blonde hair . . . blue eyes . . . 5' 6 1f2" . . . hobbies-knitting, swimming, dancing . . . likes Fords, Frenchfries, and fun . . . future ambition-beautician or business school. SALLY ANN FAUST lISa1VY Academic March 19, 1947 F.T.A. 1,2 Class Pres. 2 Chorus 1,2,3,4 PENNANT 3,4 CO-EDITOR PENN-GUTN 1,2,3,4 Class Play 3,4 ART CO-EDITOR Art Elective 3,4 Debates 1,2,3,4 Student Council 2 Drama 4 Blonde hair. . .blue eyes . . . 5' 3" . . . hobbies-painting,playing piano . . . likes cucumbers, green, unicorns . . . future ambition-doctor. JOHN WILLIAM FESIG VYFUZZYV Agriculture May 17, 1947 Band 1,2,3,4 Chorus 1,2 Basketball 1,2 F.F.A. 3 PENNANT 4 Darkbrown hair . . . blue eyes . . . 5' 8" . . . hobby-playing his drums . . . likes- short girls, steaks, chips and cokes . . . future ambition-to make a hit record. 28 UUE UH THE DEEP" The "Imaginations," pride of the senior class, perform at one of our high school dances. JOHN GRANT GE RBERICH JANE LOUISE GASSERT "Janie" Commercial F.T.A. 1 Debate 1 Softball 1 Chorus 1,4 Blonde hair . . . blue eyes . . . 4' 11 3f4" . . . hobby having fun likes swimming, T.V ..... future ambition-hairdresser. "Gerb" Academic September 3, 1947 F.T.A. 1 Chorus 1,2 Baseball 1 Band 1,2,3,4 Soccer 1,2 Track 2 County Band 1,2 PENNANT 4 Drama 4 Brown hair . . . hazel eyes . . . 5' 9" . . . hobbies-camping, H O model R. R.. . . likes-sea food . . . future ambition-industrial. Academic Class Play 3 29 DONALD ARTHUR v1Redv1 Auburnhair. . .brown eyes . . . 5' 5" . . . HETTINGER hobbies-working and training horses hunting, playing guitar . . . likes-driving cars, Southern fried chicken future ambition-make a hit record. UIITH PHUPELLEH The sports layout for the PENNANT was done by Joan Troutman and Paul Himmelberger. 'i"""'MM MARY ANN HIESTER "Mary Ann" Academic November 8, 1947 Chorus 1 Library 4 PENN-GUIN 3,4 Drama 4 LAY-OUT EDITOR PENNANT 3,4 COPY EDITOR Brown hair . . . green eyes . . . 5' 6" . . . hobbies-sewing, reading, and dancing . . . likes-clothing, Pepsi, California cheeseburgers,andfun . . . future ambition- Empire Beauty School. PAUL SAMUE L HIMME LBERGER "Paul" Academic February 19, 1947 Class President 1 Student Council 1,4 Baseball 1,2,3,4 County Band 1 Soccer 1,2,3,4 PENNANT 3,4 Band 1,2,3,4 SPORTS CHAIRMAN Basketball 1,2,3 Drama 4 Brown hair . . .blue eyes. . .5' 5" . , . hobbies-all sports . . . likes-hamburgers, French fries, and driving . . . future ambition-undecided. LEON GRANVILLE HUEY, JR. "Louie" Agricultural August 7, 1947 Band 1,2,3,4 F.F.A. 3,4 PENN-GUIN 2,3,4 Student Council 3 Basketball 2 Blonde hair . . . blue eyes . . . 6' . . . hobbies-hunting, playing guitar, cars . . . likes-fast cars, guitars, girls . . . future ambition-to make a hit record. 30 HHH RUBBER Barbara Kramer, Sally Faust, and Polly Kline receive awards for being top spellers in the Goldey Beacom Spelling Contest. "Marcia" ACadeI'HiC January 12, 1948 Band 1,2,3,4 Debates 2 County Band 1,2,3 Class Play 3 Chorus 1,2,3,4 PENNANT 3,4 PENN-GUIN 1 Drama 4 CIRCULATION MANAGER 2,3,4 Blonde hair . . .green eyes . . . 5' 3" . . .hobby-sewing . . .likes - sherbet . . . future ambition-undecided. - DENICE JEAN KALBACH "Dennie" Academic December 30, 1947 PENN-GUIN 1,2 Debates 1,2 ASST. FEATURE EDITOR 3 PENNANT 3,4 FEATURE EDITOR 4 Chorus 1,2,3,4 F.T.A. 1,2,4 Class Play 3 Math Elect 3 Drama 4 Brown hair . . .blue eyes . . . 5'4" . . . hobbies-swimming, fashions, and home decorating . . . likes- Beatles and food . . . future ambition-an elementary teacher. MARCIA FAYE KINTZER POLLY DIANE KLINE upouyu Academic March 16, 1947 County Band 1,2 Basketball 2 Band 1,2,3,4 Class Play 3,4 Chorus 1,2,3,4 PENNANT 3,4 CO-EDITOR F.T.A. 1,2,4 Drama 4 Debates l,2,3,4 PENN-GUIN 1,2 ASSISTANT EDITOR 3 EDITOR 4 Brownette hair . . . brown eyes . . . 5' 5" . . .hobbies-reading, swimming, music . . . likes-Beatles . . . future ambition-elementary teacher. 31 man, third prize, Kurt Kreitler, second prizeg and Barbara Kramer first prize. BARBARA ANNE KRAME R "Barb" Commercial September 21, 1947 Language Club 1 Drama 4 F.T.A. 1 Safety Patrol 2,3 Chorus 1,2,4 PENNANT 4 Softball 2,3,4 PENN- GUIN 3,4 Dark brown hair . . . hazel eyes . . . 5' 4" . . . hobbies-driving, all sports . . likes-dancing, Italians, the color blue . . . future ambition-office work. KURT JONATHAN KREITLER Ilskipil Academic March 23, 1947 Chorus 1 PENNANT 3,4, ART EDITOR Basketball 1,4 Class Pres. 3 PENN-GUIN 2,3 Class Play 3,4 ART CO-EDITOR 4 Mousey blonde . . . brown eyes . . . 5"7 3f4" . . . hobbies-hunting, trapping, and fishing . . . likes-driving, drawing, writing, and dancing . . .future ambition- artist or industrial designer. bij ..., N, ,..' " ' HAROLD JOHN KRILL VII-Ie-rc!! Agricultural January 23, 1947 F.F.A. 1,2,3 vice pres, 4 pres., soil testing, livestock judging Dark brown hair . . . hazel brown eyes . . . 5' 9" . . . hobby-hunting . . . likes- steak sandwiches . . . future ambition-large dairy farmer. The three happy winners of the Tall- Tale contest were Michael Wit- run Halls 1 , is-4' r a,s.,, r Y 5 L X if A , 5? Ed Meredith, the photography editor, was very important in making the PENNANT a success. . ' 5 sr 4... rrrrrrr A ohl' MARY ELLEN LONG HMEIIV Academic January 8, 1948 F.T.A. 1 Hockey 2 Library 1 Class Play 3 Softball 1 Class Vice President 3 Chorus 1 Math Elect 3 PENN-GUIN 1,2,3,4 PENNANT 3,4 Cheerleading 1,2,3,4 Drama 4 Student Council 1,4 Class President 4 Dark brown hair . . . hazeleyes . . . 5' 3" . . .hobbies-swimming,dancing, loafing . . . likes-clothes, ham on rolls, carrots . . .future ambition-Empire Beauty School. LINDA LOU LUCKENBILL "Linda" Academic March 20, 1947 Class Chaplain 1 F.T.A. 1,2,3,4 PENN-GUIN 1 Debates 1,2 BUSINESS MANAGER 2,3,4 Class Play 3,4 Band 1,2,3,4 PENNANT 3,4 Chorus 1,2,3,4 Blonde hair . . . blue eyes . . . 5' 3" . . . hobbies-dancing, reading classics. . . likes-driving . . .future ambition-undecided. EDWIN WILLIAM MEREDITH, JR. "Eddie" Academic July 2, 1947 Band 1,2,3,4 Class Vice-Pres. 2,4 Soccer Mgr. 1 PENNANT 4 Basketball 1,2,3,4 PHOTOGRAPHY CHRM. PENN-GUIN 2,3,4 Class Play 3 Drama 4 Brown hair . . .green eyes . . . 6' 3". . .hobbies-swimming,basketball. . .likes- seafoods . . . future ambition-Air Force Academy. IHHHEUVERHBILITU At the Pep Rally before the game with Fleetwood, Mr. Steiner showed his school spirit by helping the band. SHEILAGH MARLE NE PORTO "Sheilagh" Academic September 12, 1947 Chorus 1,2,3,4 Great Books Seminar 4 PENN-GUIN 1,2,3,4 PENNANT 4 F.T.A. 1,2 Drama 4 Library Club 2,3,4 Class Play 4 Brown hair . . . brown eyes . . . 5' 1" . . . hobby-reading . . .likes-goodbooks, Italian and Southern cooking . . . future ambitions-Air Force Nursing and Peace Corps. LARRY LEE RENTSCHLER llLa'rryYV Agricultural March 12, 1947 F.T.A. 1,2 Soccer 2,4 F.F.A. 1,2,3,4 PENN-GUIN 2,3,4 Band 1,2,3,4 Baseball 3 Chorus 1,2,3,4 F.F.A. 3 Safety Patrol 1,2,3,4 Course at Penn State Light brown hair . . . blue eyes . . . 6' . . . hobby-girls . . . likes-guns, food, money, girls . . . future ambition-to make a hit record. CRAIG TOBIAS SHEE TZ vvcraigvv Academic October 10, 1947 Band 1,2,3,4 Debate 2,3,4 County Band 2,3,4 County Orchestra 3 Chorus 2,3,4 Light brown hair . . . green eyes . . . 5'7". . . hobbies-trumpet, golf . . . likes- barbecue . . . future ambition-career in music. 34 HHD HIHXIHIUIH Leon Huey and Robert Stump helped lead the singing at our Tall- Tale party. JANE LOUISE SONON BARBARA ANN STERNER "Babe" Commercial September 21, 1947 Chorus 1 Library 4 Softball 1,4 PENNANT 4 Majorette 2,3,4 Drama 4 Basketball 4 Brown hair . . . brown eyes . . . 5'6" . . . hobby-crocheting . . . likes sports and gymnastics . . . future ambition-secretarial work. fries, seafood . . . future ambition-designing engineer. Y7JaneYl Commercial December 6 1947 Student Council 1 Softball 1,2 Chorus 1,2 PENN-GUIN 3,4 Hockey 1,2 Dark brown hair . . . green eyes . . . 5' 6" . . . hobbies-bowling, sewing,reading dancing . . . likes-sports, typing . . . future ambition-secretary. ROBERT DURRELL STUMP "Bob" , Academic May 16 1947 Class Vice President 1 Math Elect 3,4 Chorus 1 PENNANT 4 Track 2 Drama 4 Student Council 2,3 Class Chaplain 4 Class Play 3,4 Blonde hair . . . blue eyes . . . 5' 10", . . hobbies-guitar, cars . . . likes French JOAN LOUISE TROUTMAN VVJOa-nl! Commercial August 27, 1947 F.T.A. 1,2,3 Band 1,2,3,4 Vice-Pres. 4 Library 1 PENN-GUIN 1,2,3,4 Basketball 2 Cheerleader 1,2,3,4 Class Treasurer 2,3,4 Softball 1 PENNANT 4 Hockey 1,2 Bus. Mgr. Chorus 1 Brown hair . . . brown eyes . . . 5' 5 3f4" . . . hobbies-collecting post cards and sewing . . . likes sewing, sports, and horseback riding . . . future ambition-go to business school. Vocational Agriculture Band 1,2,3,4 Chorus 1,2,3,4 MICHAEL FRANCIS WITMAN "Mike" Academic September 17, 1947 Class Treasurer 1 Class Play 3 Baseball Manager 1 PENNANT 4 Class Secretary 2,3 Brown hair . . . brown eyes . . . 5' 5" . . . hobby-hunting . . . likes-driving, camping, and trapping . . . future ambition-to be a draftsman. 36 URUISIHG RHHGE Mike Witman tells his prize-winning Tall-Tale at an assembly. PARIS SCOTT WALTERS "Walt" May 26, 1947 F.F.A. 3,4 Brown hair . . . brown eyes . . . 6'3" . . . hobbies-swimming, hunting, pool . . . N likes-music . . . future ambition- Penn State College of Agriculture. Ulf HBE PILUTED Laraine Zerbe Typing is the basic function of the Commercial section. LARAINE DIANE ZERBE "Laraine" Commercial November 5, 1947 Hockey 1 Library Club 2,3,4 F.T.A. 1,2,4 Drama 4 Chorus 1 PENNANT 4 PENN-GUIN1,2,3,4 Brown hair . . .greeneyes , . . 5' 4" . . . hobby-sewing . . . likes-sports, sewing . . . future ambition-secretary. Mrs. Velma Matthew Mr. Charles Steiner Advisors Kurt Kreitler The role of portraying a magician, Merlin, is not very easy. 5 1 x 'lypical Seniors Most Studious Polly Kline, Robert Stump Craig Sheetz, Polly Kline l BU UUR Most Athletic Barbara Kramer, Paul Hirnmelberger Best Actress and Actor Mary Long, Kurt Kreitler Quietest Most Contagious Laugh Eva. Marie Eisenhardt, Michael Witman June Bixler, Donald Hettinger 38 Most Friendly Chatterboxes ' W Edwin Meredith, Marcia Kintzer Donald Hettmger, Svlvla Evans wr- Officers Michael Witman, Secretaryg Mary Long, Presidentg Edwin Meredith, Vice-Presidentg Robert Stump, Chaplain. Wittiest 1 Sylvia Evans, Robert Stump Best Dancers Class Clowns Mary Long, Leon Huey Robert Stump, Sylvia Evans i pf' x E X X l W ' V Tx 1 W .IIIYRULWKX sg-i,,'7.,....f-iw MWM-Q 'A' "L""jA!fz ' X,,,-ff ? -'I 5 UHDERCLHSSI6 c "PA" ,.l' f J X 4 ri- -L 2"- - ' ' if- ' J-X Q g L..- -S fx x--pdd,r- - Q- '- f...-..N""gS-4, S ig-QW :gi 2 Q K i gi ,, A Q QV Anita Richard Thelma Carol Steve Steigerwald Blatt Speicher KTRIHHIGS Roth 'ff ' Lvl -if :if J, 5 44, g - A - . Mary Balthase r 1 ,5 ,K krh. , ,, , mm' ',,, b A, W 11-' -vvfgw , ,A 't Q S A r Q ' s if Q H x hx S L s EW Sa 4. , h -5 Ronald Me rkel W2- Qs , K A Marcia Coover 'S sm s : naw Te rry De lp i K.. ' F 3 .2 f ,W Q X , , , we if ssl Aj 93 f -,..s,w,, H: .,.,.fx:.11ag , a75-f e x W X 1 W 1 ,fx my 'Z S . A ff ' --l-1, 4. Ruth David Wagner Stricker, Treasurer 'T L, 1 48, S iff , S 1 H TT x M K P' R E Q 'P -is f f , J' M 521 , iVlr:fF 'ii , ,Lzi A aare ia aaia 5 l if M i if Shirley Herbert Kathleen Wolf Benzel Rentschler 42 f A sift? 5 2231 K ' 5 iii! l .2 ff 5'-A J, f t 1 ,l 3 A., 3 3 vb , Q, l S if it ,ex iff, -gfkir nm, gf I if? 3531 7 v Eli fist Mrs. Evelyn Mooney Mrs. Pearl Kline Advisors Susan Witman X ve , J 333 v,,3t M ,fy , K V ,, ' ww, if ff. , a . ,, , ,,-. ,,F-M., .,, ,, an -J., ,, tl.,l 5,1Y I .A ,,3,, Q A .aa ,A William Krill James Barnett i V 5 H -, f ' ww? .- : .,' 'ffkf it RW? f Q35 3 fm we gf ..,., M M I, t is s if f gg W 2' fi Aff' IM. :S JH James Susan Larry Janet George Heckman Mengel, Lebo Kline, Reppert Se cre tary ,. :3Q.3,.. ' wr X ,if Q. W. J, W 'Egg' x uf? .. G xfrifmfi E" S12-' if J wxi, ,,.ga,. 3' , wsagf. J-' 1 flaw 141' 4je?Q,5" x. 2 L fsfiivaim .Jfwliifh Linda Mountz Linda John Bender Petinko EUE HBE EULLUEUED BU. . GHHIJE ELEVEN 1 Y V Q55 g I mn. fm ein wh E ,gif Jeannette Karol Mary Lou Bruce Pullano Symanowicz Wenrich Henne President 'gs ' M Q A , . 5 e if ' i i H i E , 212' 6225252 Ee . E f Za if in aw J , .,,E,, ' Xa: 333 George Tobias Janet Evans ,.i..e.a 1 5 LEEJEJ .G gy- E if E' f AQQ My we M If Q 1. E Karl Kline John Harry Faye Donald Benjamin Naftzinger Oxenreider, De Long 43 Vice- President X 6 , 2 Francis Connie Joseph Barbara Gerberich Henderson Yanosik Hartz, Secretary 2 : 3 Joanne Thomas Nancy Lowell Neuin Auchenbach Lem er el Luft Jr. y P , Vice- President ' -as it r,-L - K 2 W 1 -ef 'Y Efzglfjgifsi. V .f l ,gym , V 5 qs, K 5 if: .khk S E - Q ,". ref, Ir' J Jeffrey Betty Lynn Ellen Hain Mountz Himmelberger Carpenter C w if, --V ' Vik- , "vez, 9 ,T K . Philip Dianne Robert Kline Weaver Rieppert, Jr., President 44 Christopher Jacqueline Kreitler Zerbe, Chaplain L i: rrr' fi , raw? ' "-i1 Sharon Nagle QQQL grififi f'i f 2519" K ' fz sf' 1. ?fi' ' Dennis Jane Zerbe Smith Mrs. Lois Deppen Mr. William Kaiser Advisors if Barry Bricker Stamm 2 Barry Lee Balthaser 1- N, D Q X. 7 1 L- - as ,,: wh nf .- 2:1 k ms. fait '. K' -' , 3-: , ,, ' J . - V' N '- L - 231 'V ,wk ' ' fp. I-221:31 .ggzeeiyvilelfiijt fzf f ,grief 'Q-get 1 ..,:-: . :1 fry, 'Q 11.3 ' Y ,QW it .fm fffsl' 525-I, ,'EZ F H :3'!ams?,.nt1 . - new.. Judy Irvin Bare K: ist J.. , irgfiixq V K. M Y ie Robert Stutz man Wolf Dorothy Nancy Luthe r Mose r Wagner ew, .,, .. 1 . xg g K ea : - , KI " 5 Q., .. , . iff ' 3,9 Wi? , 2 J 3' f D 2253 if , Betty Knabb Eric Cynthia Troutman Bashore snnng ,,,.M. , J-, Betty Hassler, Treasurer S cott Ruth X f Q iii . at Q .. Q f . V , ' vile, ,. 3 .,,f- -Mafigexzmf " V - ., Q f 1 - isaw.:.1y,' fmxzwi Darlene Me rkel ng. Y VVtV,4., I iff :M ,, ' H' rr 'Jeff t -'f -. w Ki, t :F ::. . David Kline TEH W 1 Q W., Y Ki 1' A .K V W , W X f 2 1 gg John Orbin Patricia Berger X , M K 1 " az? f'f?f'F932?f if g ,Q P A .Ig 2 W-fi , . f , . Wai., Q Loretta De Long William Hoffert William Sheryl Huey Ehrnfeldt Nancy Lynn Stoudt Sto udt Jay A Judy Donald Miller Coover Emerick Marjorie Wilhelm Betty Mohn Dianne Ke hle r, President e e 1 5:5153 if If V .lfazgw , X ,, mwfp, ,,,, 4, sgkya. My 15 8 sk . hliibfxf kiwi , aL',H,f X' Rodney Sheicher Glenn Balthaser 5 dh- 1 f yyyn if 5555! Steven Reber Darlene Bohn Marianne Zerbe David Donna Yanosik, Graeff Treasurer "VQ J l W yeyy . if if ai iii 'V in ' 71, .il feieifrv zi. as ru me Susan Schaeffer A' L D .5 J .. . Gloria Hoyer if fl lv rgfsf ,wizgii Yf2:1v'55p3'1i2fa,-LK-'1-T T325 4 I :5'J'IIf?Sa1:::5'f1:7'f.f ' 5 "S,-it 24 mMw.,,:f+,fe, vw' g22wg2r:g::wf2 521555421 aw. .-l x. an ',.fx, M e 1..:dg-...:f.w.g- S 40-. fziiixfizbrf-.:fTm::.i'f:i2-:ntl John Kilousky William Rebman all Q Nm -V W' e Z, Q Lucille Weaver Michael Beverly Evans, Schaeffer Vice- President if is o1,, w Mr. Larry Rentschler Mr. George Flanagan Thomas Advisors Troutman Darlene Lyon Michael Sternberg Carmen Ken Linda Edward Pullano, Gehris, Wayne Stump Secretary Chaplain . , A a,aa . 9- 1 , K 'H i ' K W afia' if ' ' Sidney Dawn Richard Phyllis Steinhauer Carson Delp Ernst L , .,,,r.,.1 E Nr ' ,"' 5 I Dorothy Scott Georgene Strausser Keener Kennedy Linda Warren Steigerwald Luckenbill GHHDE HIHE Cecelia Duchan at Harvey Krill Kirk Barnett Patricia Symanowicz Calvin Zerbe t Q 2- Ai -.er Pi QQ W Q B W 2' 1 1. , , , 1 Q, , ,,,,M1., , A 5 ,fr' a 4. is Rebecca Reifsynder Av HX ah. wyx ne 'M- Y R' z f ig s' t aw! X4 W T ? .W f I 'S M4 Daren Graeff Walte r Las h 'afy C his ayn ' Judy C raig Winnie Zerbe Showers Faust 47 GRADE 8A FIRST ROW: Susan Green, Beth Oberly, Sandra Hetrick, Rita Rohrbach, Linda Stump, Sharon Koller, Susan Snyder, SECOND ROW: Darlene Zerbe, Shirley Simmons, Suzanne Sands, CarolynWa1t, Pamela Bohn, Eileen Behler, Deborah Kline, Harvene Schlappichg THIRD ROW: Stephen Henderson, John Heffelfinger, Richard Davis, Larry Stump, LeRoy DeLong, Charles Bressler, Mr. Richard Adam, FOURTH ROW: Kenneth Showers, Gary Kline, Richard Reber, Lee Groff, Robert Heller, Cory Seaman, Barry Shawg MISSING FROM PICTURE: Terry Luckenbill. GRADE 8B FIRST ROW: Janice M. Krammes, Jane M. Asfeld, Deborah G. Reifsnyder, Doreen L. Noecker, Betty M. Rudy, Jean E.Sch1enker,JaniceJ.Krinerg SECOND ROW: Mr.Michael Scarpignato, Linda L. Burkhart, Sydney E. Astin, Sharon L. Gernsheimer, Debra K. Kline, Darlene M. Luckenbill, Dorothy E. Fritz, Diane N. Fox, THIRD ROW: Theodore M. Bare, John E. Porto, David A. Tobias, George C. Gechter, Dean A. Sweigart, Larry J. Blatt, Luke H. Hiesterg FOURTH ROW: Terry L. Meredith, Edwin F. Barrell, Lauren A. Ernst, David W. Speicher, Ira E. Bashore, David A. Wolf, Ronald W. Stamm, MISSING FROM PICTURE: Eugene Miller. GRADE 7A FIRST ROW: Wendy Fitzgerald, Sharon Schlegel, Jacel Reed, Linda Kissling, Betty Hartz, Linda Hess, Betty Heller, SECOND ROW: Julia Kramer, LindaWolf, Linda Landis, Donna Merkel, Candice Reiner, Joyce Bertram, Donna Shaw, Miss Stella M. Riegelg THIRD ROW: Leonard Messner, Robert Lash, James Luckenbill, Dennis Kauffman, David Zerbe, David Hettinger, Steven Pugliese, Kenneth Noecker, Craig Stoudtg FOURTH ROW: George Wagner, Dennis Wunder, Isaac Benzel, William Balthaser, William Kriner, Barry Smith, Robert Huey, Gene Loeb, Terry Schaeffer. GRADE 7 B FIRST ROW: Mary Ann Zerbe, April Green, June Kalbach, Mary Lempergel, Dorothy Rohrbach, Elizabeth Reifsnyder, Christine Rebman, Christine Riegelg SECOND ROW: Mr. Richard Frantz, Sharon Bender, Theresa Richard, Louise Wetzel, Gretchen Kreitler, Janet Kissling, Rowena Henne, Patricia Emerickg THIRD ROW: Jeffrey Barnett, Larry Hartz, Rickie Brandt, Barry Shurr, John Wenrich, Luther Luckenbill, Glenn Noecker, Daniel Berger, Terry Benzelg FOURTH ROW: Paul Schlappich, Robert Eisenbrown, Gary DeLong, Ronald Kauffman, Kim Groff, Robert Miller, Larry Moser, Philip Madeira, Lee Shaner, Samuel Neuin. GRADE 6 FIRST ROW: Mark Pullano, Pamela Kalbach, Diane Wayne, Darlene Bressler, Carol Kissling, Donna Hoffman, Linda Meredith, Susan Miller, David Baer, William Carson, David Bordner, David Ruth, Curtis Behler, Nancy Coover, Mary Jane Nolt, Brenda Wagner, SECOND ROW: Corinne Knabb, Lucy Kriner, Jacqueline Ketner, Trudy Suski, Leh Ann Reppert, Mary Ann Kalbach, Judy Barnett, Lucille Berger, Claudia Hoffman, Robert Mountz, Brian Speicher, Glenn Barrell, Michelejtoudt, Kathleen Eisenbrown, Claire Pullano, Sherry Schaeffer, THIRD ROW: Barry Moyer, Linda Kramer, Dorothy Wilhelm, Barbara Koller, Karen Zerbe, Beverly Hetrick, Clarence Hamm, Anthony Hoffman, Gerald Leonard, Richard Balthaser, Wayne Burd, Myrtle Spease, Dorothy Bashore, April Lamm, Cynthia Wealandg FOURTH ROW: Mrs. Catherine Etchberger, John Miller, Theodore Zerbe, Randy Miller, Jeffrey Carpenter, Leon Smith, Darlene Adams, Albert Yanosik, Linda Leahy, John Kriner, Gregory Zerbe, James Stoudt, Linda Hektor, Robin Davis, Peter Reifsnyder, Mr. William Hunter, MISSING FROM PICTURE: Thomas Luckenbill, Dallas Gechter, Donald Berger. GRADE 5 FIRST ROW: Gloria Jenkins, Margie Deck, John Messner, Donna Stoyer, June Bender, David Wagner, Neil Stoudt, Kenneth Krill, Sylvia Parker, Judith Green, Jeffry Kreitler, Gail Miller, Joyce Rohrbach, Larry Groff, SECOND ROW: Daniel Wagner, Ricky Rentschler, ShirleyWunder, Lorie Hetrick, Francis Ruth, Greg Hain, Randall Lucken- bill, Michael Heckman, Sharon Luckenbill, Jimmy Kramer, Mark Delp, L. Scott Keener, Mary Jane Bare, Deborah Zerbe, THIRD ROW: Eric Madeira, Arlene Spease, Patti Himmelberger, Lynn Balthaser, Rosemary Kline, Michael Smith, David Hain, Brian Boyer, Julie Fitzgerald, Ilene Kauffman, Gloria Krammesg FOURTH ROW: Mrs. Sharon Wanner, Robert Boyer, Eric Green, Daniel Reifsnyder, Edward Emerick, Jay Himmelberger, Kerry Henne, Rick Weidman, Rebecca Riegel, Lynn Degler, Wade Keener, Charles Bashore, Terry Reed, Christine Bender, David Stern- berg, Scott Graeff, Mrs. Ella Rothermelg MISSING FROM PICTURE: Dionne Mauger, David Landis. GRADE 4 FIRST ROW: Peggy Miller, Robert Endy, Ray Kline, Diane Behler, Michele Scanlan, Sally Roth, Lynn Lebo, Dale Kirkhoff, Dale Deck, Karen Martin, Crystal Miller, Denise Brandt, Karen DeLong, Sherry Luckenbill, Patricia Duell, Patricia Balthaser, SECOND ROW: Mrs. Florence Seigfreid, Donald Mauger, Calvin Bender, William Gerberich, Kenneth Nolt, Kevin Bohn, Roy Degler, Pamela Schaeffer, Ora.leeLuckenbill,Jane Cocks, Sharon Hoffert, Rita Mer- edith, Lois Mengel, Jan Matthew, Cathy Bordner, Miss Mary Koursarosg THIRD ROW: Leslie Katz, Kevin Kirkhoff, Paul Wissinger, Alan Henderson, Robert Sweigart, Rickie Luckenbill, Barry Schlappich, Cindy Balthaser, Barbara Wealand, Jo Ann Hartz, Candace Luckenbill, Wendy Hoffman, Suzanne Troutman, Mary Mohn, Gayll Smith, Robin Luckenbill, FOURTH ROW: Lou Ann Smith, Glenn Barnett, Larry Dietrich, Loretta Luckenbill, John Mountz, Herbert Foreman, Gloria Beemer, Robert Gerberich, Gregg Pugliese, Charles Goss, Linda Carpenter, Constance DeLong, Revel Weidman, Jackie Leahy, Randall Althouse, Curtis Wolf, Kathleen Snyder, MISSING FROM PICTURE: Michael Oberly, Bonnie Auchenbach, Cheryl Scanlan. GRADE 3 FIRST ROW: Donna Schlappich, Carolyn Sweigart, Dolores Fox, Carol Luckenbill, Gloria Orban, Cynthia Neuin, Dolores Emerick, Eric Neuin, Ryan Weidman, Lee Cocks, Larry Zerbe, Terry Wayne, Irene Kline, Doris Deitrick, Kay Reppert, Christine Gee-ring, SECOND ROW: Mrs. Esther Ernst, Jane Luckenbill, Connie Wagner, Pauline Bressler, Gina Pullano, Barry Fitzgerald, Brenda Bender, Clifford Berger, Mildred Kline, Denise Merkel, Patricia Scheirer, Theresa Kilousky, Kathleen Haag, Donna Schlegel, Elaine Arndt, Miss Jane Shay, THIRD ROW: Keith Derr,W. Clair Meller, Prudence Leininger, Kandy Groff, Marlene Leahy, Adrianne Pullano, Patricia Pugliese, Margie Savage, Wanda Wagner, Gail Jenkins, Scott Stoudt, Stanley Lempergel, Paul Schlenker, Rosemarie Luckenbill, FOURTH ROW: Donald Goho, Kerry Scanlan, Timothy Koenig, Edward Miller, Mary Porto, Brenda Miller, Connie Reiner, Deborah Graeff, Irene Gechter, Judy Shade, Cheryl Hetrick, Todd Showers, David Steigerwald, Scott Ketner, Brenda Schlappichg MISSING FROM PICTURE: Jackson Kriner, Kathleen Lash, Doenee Manger. f,?Q'm1ff'-,wil W GRADE 2 FIRST ROW: Dolores Knabb, Lisa Mengel, Pamela Steffe, Betty Heister, Drew Showers, Randy Bond, Carolyn Hess, Alice Emerick, Glenn Leiby, Brian Althouse, Curtis Bender, Darryl Himmelberger, Randy Kissling, Kathleen Wealand, Suzanne Zerbe, Brenda Daubenspeckg SECOND ROW: Mrs. Holtzman, Richard Hoffman, Richard Maus, Larry Miller, Allen Showalter, Cheryl Seaman, Lorie Kline, Sherry Graeff, Ronald Hartz, Sheila Lutz, Carl Miller, Ted Graeff, Terry Glaser, Judith Goho, Cindy Hoffman, Neal Oberly, Mrs. Fizz, THIRD ROW: Debra Barnett, Gerald Knorr, Rodney Schaeffer, Eric Henne, Jennifer Roth, Scott Long, Robin Sternberg, Donna Hoffert, Gwen Greim, Cheryl Gottfried, Melanie Stamm, Carol Wanner, Gary Himmelberger: FOURTH ROW: Deborah Adams, Marlin Behler, RonaldGeering,James Huey, James Kramer, Julie Katz, Diane DeLong, Charles Lipscomb, Rose Ann Miller, Steven Sheidy, Pamela Beemer,Gail McCarthy, Noreen Stoudt, Anne Reifsnyderg MISSING FROM PICTURE: Donna Stamm. GRADE 1 FIRST ROW: Pedro Rivera, David Davis, J. Taylor Pierson, John Eisenhardt, Debra Merkel, Wendy Davis, Christine Messner, Brenda Burd, Louise Kline, Jill Eisenbrown, William Foreman, Joel Hetrick, Gaye Jenkins, Delphine Bender, Debra Bashore, SECOND ROW: Mrs.Owens, RandyWeidman, Suzanne Geering,Jane Miller, Michael Paulson, Nancy Bressler, Kenneth Deck, Daniel Schlenker, Kathy Krammes, Paul Keeney, Jan Eisenbrown, Linda Althouse, Sheryl Zerbe, Margaret Muckel, Lance Himelberger, Mrs. Hill, THIRD ROW: Gary Arndt, Cheryl Kline, Karen Deck, Patricia Wissinger, Steven Schallau, Ray Himmelberger, Coreen Miller, William Wealand, Cynthia Eisenhardt, Wanda Goss, Renee Sweigart, Gail Oberly, Dana Stoudtg FOURTH ROW: Dean Kirkhoff, E. Douglas Greim, Daryle Himmel- berger, Richard Orban, Richard Burkey, Gregory Kulp, Doris Stoyer, Kenneth Maus, John Beemer, Robert Miller, Eric Ketner, Thomas Balthaser, Robert Hartz: MISSING FROM PICTURE: Pamela Porter. HIHDEHGHRTEH , FIRST ROW: Terri Lutz, Rebecca Bal- thaser, Laverne Ramberger, Michelle Long, Durk Oberly, Stephanie Balthaser, Robert Luckenbill, Michele Meredith, Donna Balthaser, Dale Ketner, Clifford Beidler, Gretchen Schoenerg SECOND ROW: Lorene Kauffman, Craig Seaman, Linda Zerbe, Randall Shurr, Cindy Him- melberger, Kevin Kline, Drew Oberly, Laurie Hoffert, Barry Kissling, Dorothy Hess, Michael Rollman, Wendy Kline, Geoffrey Kennedy, Lisa Kohl, Candace Kisslingg MISSING FROM PICTURE: Tammy Leonhard. And this one goes over here . . . FIRST ROW: Michael Pullano, Glenn S c hlapp i c h , Paula Schaeffer, Cheryl Christman, Kenneth Reimert, Margaret Freeman, Paul Adams, Donna Hoffman, Lorene Hartz, Mark Leahy, SECOND ROW: Keith Kissling, Daniel Miller, Cheryl Copper, William Eckert, Kevin Reed, Timothy Porter, Susan Pugliese, Tina DeLong, Luke Krill, Anna Mae Kramer, William Angstadt, Douglas Wagner, Alice Kiene, Debra Stump, David Degler, Corinne Stoudt. be-v""'? Da, Where are the cookies and milk? E ?Qi?b?WW'i:N'u ""'W"'4""M"tfF??5WW5PH't"W'2'?2Xf3"21'W W 1 W' G Y ll I r I I '1 l 1 1 N I Q 1 lg .2 X 2 X 1 ax 1 X x K 1 N ,J x X I L Y XQNL if , : W XX 'm Hx ,x xi, fh X xx u - , .N v X Vx , 'I -- Y iiil F.,-f-fdfji' k YJ , f . -f.,-ff-ji' - - K H Q ' l, ,i : N Mg.f1lf U I A I x , " FJ -- ,X 1, l I 1 ff!! N Q I 5 fl ' KI X x XGA 1 A xx 2 r X i X ' S X-X 1 M xx S xx jj ff ' XXL X 1 Ev x I . XX bi X x E X 4 ff ' Q 1 -' f if Q S ff, 'Z ', A T. X 1" E 5' I3 X X 4-f " Q , f N N' ff! fff X X X A -' ,, f X mx f W X X Ny 1- AXS f WW N ff, g, f N 1 ,ii i ' ' +FEj ' f as Nilgx wh ' M fm .1 ff fe ' -1- i S f -5 :- if ,iff ' if -Q- i- r X Q, I lFlw 1 '1!,al S - '54- A - 1:-Q 4: i .xi xfY3MIlm!Ufi!gff .. L . gf' 'T Q 'vfxi-Al'7ffF"'Mi"f''nf L1 ' '41' 5? he X "E-. "' J 1 - -ll ,X X X HCTIVITIES Sally Faust and Polly Kline, co- editors. Sheilagh Porto, layout editor. HS LUE SHIL Mrs. Kline and Mr. Adam, advisors. R VI, ..,. , , P Pl "'-'WI , iff 'ii 'A Qi 1 XR Xirgvq 8 K ff.: SAR li Jane Sonon, Joan Troutman, Barbara Sterner, Jane Gassert, Marlene Ben- der, Barbara Kramer, and Laraine Zerbe, typing staff. gk "Lf, W as V f f ,,,f,,- K ,gr Edwin Meredith, photography e di- tor. PENNANT STAFF FIRST ROW: Michael Witman, Robert Stump, Sheilagh Porto, Sally Ann Faust, Polly Kline, Edwin Meredith, Donald Hettinger, John Fesig, SECOND ROW: Eva Marie Eisen- hardt, Sylvia Evans, June Bixler, Mary Long, Joan Troutman, Jane Sonon, Barbara Kramer, Barbara Sterner, John Gerberich, Paul Himmelberger, Kurt Kreitler, Leon Huey, Larry Rentschlerg THIRD ROW: Mary Ann Hiester, Marcia Kintzer, Linda Luckenbill, Nancy Endy, Denice Kalbach, Jane Gassert, Laraine Zerbe, Marlene Bender, Craig Sheetz, ' - , rim: I. ,f f' 1. 4 wr 1. i ,Q - ll f 'f 1 I , 52,77 W ,SL , .. K ., t 1 ' krr' ,,-. 1 ' , ,I S, K if E- 1 , I . W Q Q' f' . ea if liri ZFW . , . WA WV' . . 'B Y' Jane Gassert and Mary Hiester, Kurt Kreitler, art Karl Kline and Paul Himrnelber- Joan Troutman, copy editor. editor Larry Lebo, un- gel' and Joan b u sin e s s man- derstudies. Troutman, sports 56 editors. agers. Polly Kline, ed- itor, Mary Lou Wenrich, Assist- ant editor. Eva Marie Eisen- hardt, Mary A n n Hiester, Sheilagh Porto, Layout committee. IHTU THE UPEH SEH, ' -4 . . . .. ., get V fm f as 15,1 Q 1 fy 15,3 Mrs. Kline and Mr. Scarpignato, ad - Visors. Janet Evans, Joan Troutman, Re- porters. fi ri 2 z' fs 'Q Y' 1 ., ,A , X . me--3 . t ., , R .+ 5' ! , iiilfii :Y i ,Wg yn a .,, .Q ...r. 1 ,... fi Q b li A "' 3 EF 5: 3 .if '51 sa ' ez - -.Q r ti- Denic e Kalbach, featur e editor g Susan Mengel, as- sistant feature ed- itor. Kurt Kreitler, art editor. 5, 1. H ,,,gfg,,q,, , .sa , A 4 y K Q ' I, - V '11 W In Zi ' YV V .1 A 1, . , E" .-:-- 2 ."i J 'J ',,- I ag J f , f 5 X ,.1Z:1':5 11. ' ,, ' pei lift ,Z Q r ,ff f ' f. -as - , W V, , "-'. 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A PENN-GUIN STAFF FIRST ROW: Mary Lou Wenrich, Susan Mengel, Shirley Simmons, Deborah Kline, Eileen Behler, Pamela Bohn, Rebecca Reifsnyder,Darlene Bohn, Phyllis Ernst, Linda Wayne, Georgene Kennedy, Beverly Schaffer, Betty Mohn, Dianne Fox, Darlene Luckenbill, Jean Schlenker, Darlene Merkel, Betty Mountz, Loretta Delong, Deborah Reiisnyder, Sydney Astin,Janice Krammes, Linda Burkhart: SECOND ROW: Janet Kline, June Bixler, Mary Long, Patricia Berger, Betty Rudy, Doreen Noecker, Dorothy Fritz, Deborah Kline, Jane Asfeld, Sharon Gernsheimer, Darlene Lyons, Marjorie Wilhelm, Cynthia Bashore, Barbara Kramer, Jane Gassert, Marlene Bender, Betty Hassler, Jane Smith, Nancy Moser, Nancy Stoudt, Ellen Carpenter, THIRD ROW: Sally Faust, Steven Henderson, Kenneth Showers, Francis Gerberich, Barry Balthaser, Donald DeLong, Steve Roth, Christopher Kreitler, George Reppert, John Benjamin, Edward Stump, Glenn Balthaser, William Rebman, Barbara Hartz, Jacqueline Zebe, Connie Henderson, JoAnne Neuin, Barbara Sterner, Jane Sonon, Laraine Zerbe, Leon Huey, FOURTH ROW: Polly Kline, Anita Steigerwald, Sheilagh Porto, Robert Reppert Jr., Kurt Kreitler, Michael Witman, Donald Hettinger, Jeff Hain, Nancy Endy, Linda Luckenbill, Denice Kalbach, Sylvia Evans, Eva Maria Eisenhardt, Mary Ann Hiester, Marcia Kintzer, Karl Kline, Larry Lebo, Edwin Meredith, Larry Rentschler. 561 Nt H4 - ig-ip. xj' 1 . -- .sfS1Sf?sf2?',g'?,y.,1 ,Q fiffv '57 -1Q'l,i'4 li me A V 'is5f5h.2.uil- ll I H I L'-fi..17,-ff,---are .aHvwA'7..-.W n Qfigyf-V we,-,Q'., 3 an . -af f settle?" 3: -"5 , U 1 ..-- :' , , . , ,,, ,.,,. .. . 3 X M Betty H a s s le r , Jacqueline Zerbe, Larry Lebo, Girls' Sports Circulation. K1 i n e , B o y s ' Sports 57 f ' 'viii - . -ai, We I 4 3 ' ,Q . a- 9 7 1 . ' M a r c i a Kintzer, Janet Kline, Bus- iness Managers Senior commer- cial girls, Typing Ulf REUHECH PERCUSSION Lee Bausher, John Fesig, Leon Huey, Richard Delp, Richard Reber, Marlene Bender MAJ ORETTES Susan Witman, Janet Evans, Georgene Kennedy, Marianne Zerbe, Barbara Stener. 58' UUH EUUIPHIE T BRASS SECTION FIRST ROW: Kenneth Showers, Steven Henderson, Craig Showers, Fay Oxenrider, William Rebman, James Barnett, Philip Madeira, Kim Groff. SECOND ROW: Edwin Meredith, Craig Sheetz, Robert Reppert Jr., Paul Himmelberger, Lynn Himmelberger, Larry Lebo, David Stricker, Robert Eisenbrown, Janet Kissling, Jacqueline Zerbe, Phyllis Ernst. THIRD ROW: Scott Walters, Larry Rentschler, and Glenn Balthaser. WOODWIND SECTION FIRST ROW: Susan Mengel, Elizabeth Reifsnyder, Marianne Zerbe, Connie Henderson, Christine Riegel. SECOND ROW: Kirk Barnett, John Gerberich, Nancy Stoudt, Polly Kline, Nancy Endy, Linda Bender Cstand- ingl, Joanne Neiun, Beverly Schaeffer, Louise Wetzel, Dorothy Fritz, Deborah Reifsnyder. THIRD ROW: June Bixler, Marcia Kintzer, Janet Kline, Karl Kline, Linda Luckenbill, Marjorie Wilhelm, George Tobias, Rebecca Reifsnyder. Missing from picture: Joan Troutman 59 JUNIOR CHORUS FIRST ROW: Walter Lash, William Rebman, Scott Keener, Kirk Barnett, Kenneth Gehris. SECOND ROW: Deborah Reifsnyder, Sydney Astin, Lucille Weaver, Winnie Faust, Doreen Noecker, Betty Rudy. THIRD ROW: Rebecca Reifsnyder, Linda Wayne, Betty Mohn, Beverly Schaeffer, Dorothy Fritz, Diane Fox, Darlene Luckenbill. FOURTH ROW: Marianne Zerbe, Georgene Kennedy, Phyllis Ernst, Marjorie Wilhelm, Darlene Lyon, Susan Schaeffer, Debra Kline. SU THHT Ulf PIANIST Betty Mohn DIRECTOR Mr. Be rger directing the band as they play 60 "Bandology" HBE SEHUIUHTHU SENIOR CHORUS FIRST ROW: Joanne Neuin, Marcia Kintzer, Sheilagh Porto, Linda Luckenbill, Nancy Endy, Connie Hender- son, Sally Ann Faust. SECOND ROW: Robert Stutzman, Craig Sheetz, Susan Mengel, Janet Kline, Anita Steigerwald, Loretta DeLong, Darlene Merkel, Betty Mountz, Patricia Berger, Jacqueline Zerbe. THIRD ROW: George Tobias, Lee Bausher, Scott Walters, Leon Huey, Larry Rentschler, Denice Kalbach, Polly Kline, June Bixler, Marlene Bender, Barbara Kramer, Jane Gassert. Senior Chorus Pianist June Bixler 61 FUR CULTUHHL UUTLETS STUDENT COUNCIL FRONT: Mr. Matthew, advisor. FIRST ROW: Mary Long, Betty Hassler, Sylvia Evans, Larry Lebo, Karl Kline, Cynthia Bashore, Steve Pugliese, John Heffelfinger, Betsy Reifsnyder. SECOND ROW: Lauren Ernst, Paul Himmelberger, Jeff Hain, David Stricker, Michael Sternberg, Edward Stump. Mr. Matthew, Advisor 62 Karl Kline - President FUR THHIHIH6 IH CU-UPERHTIUH, v . ' -wi fi' , 3-1 V, 1 . ,.. ,. 1 sg " K ' f' fF7' A T A W H .. . 1 'L 1 Q 'Tet f5lW1f 't'?a -. ', 'fffrf' ' f?i15li'ffi7fi55 ,,f?'wgq,,,,yv?gg?2AiP ga -f vi . 2,11 5, fsafff-fy Qgfiggmfggfff- -- ff--55555. VM--w,fs,.:'angers-ffgfi g:iQ's:kz,aw, -QV, Qfggg,-mg...-ff, gfzzi-f:'aLri41:Lfg1q1g,:.i Q gg,gw52:gswg21sgQgisr1fm? N- '-'- , s ap fs:?w3w:4fQg- - i ' 151522355 .leieikifsvftv1Q?2E?4ff93ziffez,:f2f ' K ,f s 63 'Larry Lebo - Vice President Cindy Bashore - Treasurer Sylvia Evans - Secretary Betty Hassler - Chaplain DRAMA FIRST ROW: Barbara Sterner, Polly Kline, Denice Kalbach, Marcia Kintzer, Craig Sheetz, John Gerberich, Robert Stump, Paul Himmelberger, Michael Witman. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Velma Matthew, Barbara Kramer, Marlene Bender, June Bixler, Sheilagh Porto, Nancy Endy, Linda Luckenbill, Edwin Meredith, Kurt Kreitler. THIRD ROW: Sylvia Evans, Jane Gassert, Mary Long, Laraine Zerbe, Eva Marie Eisenhardt, Mary Ann Hiester, Sally Ann Faust, Bonnie Billet, Donald Hettinger. FUR UPPURTUHITI ES A UDIO VISUAL Terry Delp, Ronald Merkel, James Heckman Mr Rentschler 64 IH SERVICE RED CROSS Girls in the foreground are Sharon Schlegel and Linda Wolf STANDING Candice Reiner, Betty Hartz, Linda Kissling Jacel Reed, Linda Landis, Miss Riegel, Wendy Fitzgerald, Linda Arndt Donna Shaw Linda Hess Julia Kramer, Joyce Bertram. SAFETY PATROL FIRST ROW: Kenneth Showers, Leroy Delong, Kim Groff, Patricia Berger, Sidney Astin, Julia Kramer, Kenneth Gehris, Walter Lash, Craig Stoudt, James Luckenbill, Larry Hartz, Lee Groff, Philip Madeira, Richard Reber, Richard Davis, Charles Bressler, Mr. Kaiser. SECOND ROW: Lynn Stoudt, Eric T r outm an, Joseph Yanosik, Jeff Hain, June Bixler, John Petinko, Jacqueline Zerbe, Larry Rentschler, Betty Rudy, Lee Baus her, Susan Synder, Jo Ann Neuin, Sandra Hetrick, Deborah Kline, Eileen Behler, E dward Sttunp, John Kilousky, Robert Reppert, Thomas T routmran , Betty Mountz, Donald DeLong, Robert Stutzman, George Reppert, Terry Meredith, and John Heffelfinger. 65 DEBATE CLUB FIRST ROW: Craig Sheetz, Speaking, Sally Faust and Polly mine, sitting, SECOND ROW: Mary Lou Wenrich, Susan Mengel, Mike Sternberg, Anita Steigerwald, Ken Gehris, and Janet Kline. Foreground: Mr. Scarpignato, Advisor. HS UIELL HS LIBRARY CLUB FIRST ROW: Patricia Berger, Linda Wayne, Daren Graeff, Darlene Bohn, Donna Graeff, Laraine Zerbe, Barbara Sterner, Marlene Bender, Sheilagh Porto, Betty Hassler. SECOND ROW: Donna Noecker, Betty Rudy, Loretta DeLong, Betty Mohn, Ellen Carpenter, Darlene Luckenbill, Dianne Weaver, Eva Marie Eisenhardt, Judy Stamrn, Betty Mountz, Sylvia Evans, Darlene Merkel, Janice Kriner, Dianne Fox, Jean Schlenker, Sharon Schaner, Charles Bressler, Mr. Frantz, advisor. ee FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA FIRST ROW: Scott Walters, Irvin Bare, Luther Wagner, Eric Troutman, John Petinko, William Krill. SECOND ROW: Lee Bausher, Barry Bricker, Dennis Zerbe, Harry Naft- zinger, Bruce Henne, George Tobias. THIRD ROW: Mr. Steiner, Leon Huey, Larry Rent- schler, Scott Ruth, Harold Krill, John Fesig, Herbert Benzel. IH SELF-EXPRESSION. FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA FIRST ROW: Susie Evans, Barbara Sterner, Marlene Bender. SECOND ROW: John Gerberich, Janet Evans, Laraine Zerbe, Joan Troutma.n, Loretta DeLong, John Benjamin, Mr. Frantz. 67 l ,-ul i l11xXX1ll7lli 1 1 Q 1 lr- ,F r, 1" X v .VPN v ' ,gif 5 ,P P K . P Y V V X f Q K X ,V 3 5 ii 5 f it i if , 2 S W? HIGH umvfs Soccer Substitutes x FIRST ROW: James Barnett, Scott Keener, Kirk Barnett, Ken Gehris, Gene Fox, Harold Noll. SECOND ROW: Larry Rentschler, Stanton Schilling, Guy Sticker, Raymond Brumbach, Vickie Miller, Warren Brown, Milfred Hardick. ,, , 'iff' -t', :1.1,':,:2iQ5f-' - A 7 , . . f K, Center Half-back Ralph Miller 70 Left Half-back Henry Hollenbach pa 1,, , ' t X 5 , C, 35 is , , EWS , f 'LL Y 'S ' 4 ., in Q W Sa ,sf X Inside Left Bill Swope Coach C arl Graver Right Half -back Carl Blatt l I I il if 2 is Sm x 'T t K S5 s 4 Kg 53? t s ,, . , X U 'Nfmxisq W S L , M ik K S f v N'H"? 5 a iw , f 4 sf tx , 5 , , If-5, zZf.1j3kg553ix'gl:J X717 c mass., ,nfl Center Forward Paul Himmelberger HND SHUHLS Soccer Scores of Western Berks Champs Oley .... . . 1 - 0 Hamburg, , , , 2 - 0 MountPenn,,, ,,5-0 Conrad Weiser , , , , 3 - 1 Brandywine , , , , 4 - 3 Fleetwood , , , , 2 - 0 Twin Valley , , , , , 2 - 0 Kutztown ..... . . 1 - 0 Schuylkill Valley , , . 2 .. 1 Wilson ...... . . 3 - 0 if I Q52 .,, ' Li "WT ,, V. R 12-QL Q- igfzalfyf , ,, f V "M if fr . . ,E ,l5'v . wsKfz fi it - 2. - ' 2 J . , iQB,f' ., 1 H - , 1 ,::, :g?5:-:li v "Z f e :fees J W R 'Els , . ie it ,sn ,Q gg, vs . 2 :51 1 ,,,JY?W 1.1 ,Q 5: 7 ,iw - f . Left Full-Back Ron Reed Inside Right Right Wing Richard Boehmer Roger Merkey Goal Keeper John Manbeck 71 Get that ball, Bill! We R t c 4 V. lyi I , is Right Full-Back Clarence Spannuth Left Field B111 Swope Shortstop Barry Miller Third Base Clarence Spannuth Coaches ,.e, Mr. Paul Wentling Mr. Carl Graver Lf' 77 e,e, , JAI H el I', 9 Ge. - ' ' Kun" , 3 at Pitcher Catcher Ron Reed Harold Althouse 72 5 ,fflfjl 1 -'tiff f f . f 1 'Tv va L Wi? d L K Q-if l an A M 1L,- f Center field Jim Frantz UUH CUURSE Second Base Terry Tryon First Base Harold Gassert Baseball Team FIRST ROW: Joe Zimmerman, Carl Blatt, Gary Zell- ers, Henry Hollenbach. SECOND ROW: Ronald Suth- erly, Larry Rentschler, Raymond Brumbach, Larry Weidner, Paul Himmelberger, James Heckman, Karl Kline, Milford Hardick. THIRD ROW: Donald DeLong, Lee Bausher, Jeff Hain. Right Field Terry Delp "Q BASEBALL OF 1964 Wilson 5 - 1 Conrad Weiser 10 - 6 Wyomissing 3 - 41 Governor Mifflin 8 - 0 Wyomissing 10 - 9 Wilson 25 - O West Reading 5 - 0 Governor Mifflin 8 - 1 Conrad Weiser 6 - 2 West Reading 6 - 93' Wont l 73 R SUBS Roger Merkey, Larry Rentschler, Sc o tt W alt e rs , DonaldDeLongg IQXIEE LING- Karl Kline, Roger Turk, Ralph Hoffman. Forward Forward Harold Gassert Ralph Miller UR STREHBTHEH US CENTER Edwin Meredith, Captain Guard Guard John Manbeck Clair Brungart, Co-Captain 74 Mr. William Bertolette, Varsity Coach 8 . . 5 , e.5z21:lt:Q - 5. :Q , . A . gW.eg -e- a Better Luck Next Time! N James, Graybill, Robert Stutzrnan, Milford Hardick, William Hoffert, Harold Noll. KNEELING: Irvin Bressler, Francis Ger- berich, Dennis Schuker, Jeff Hain, Larry Lebo. 1. r Q2 4 Mm e il .L x QQ? isle X ,K l 1 g Q X K ' 1 up ' .fig K rs 5 yi 1 ,, syikf, U f 1 ' x 'M .'j WQ1 1512, W A Q. 2 Q is fl I 1. fm X . s ikiei' 1 gmt' Guard Lynn Himmelberger Guard James Witters J. V. Coach Mr. Richard Frantz BASKETBALL SCHEDULE Nov. 27 Oleyr Dec 1 Daniel Booner it dnn,1iiooronii 1,:t Dec 4 Hamburg a.,4 Dec 8 Schuylkill Valley 9 ey' 1 l1K.s:zE" Center Dec 11 Wyomissing A li 5 Herman Bfumbach Dec 15 Governor Mifflin by Dec 18 Conrad Weiser 9 Dec 22 Muhlenberg V Dec 29 Wilson 2 Jan. 5 Brandywine' 'I xyy 1 Jan. 12 West Reading 5' M Jan. 15 Hamburg Forw ,rd Jan. 19 Daniel Boone? Nicky Qiuer Jan. 22 Schuylkill Valley Jan. 26 Wyomissing Jan. 29 Governor Mifflin Feb 2 Conrad Weiser Feb 5 Muhlenberg Feb. 9 Wilson Feb 16 Twin Valley? Feb. 19 West Reading Geoiiiwlilipert S ln E 75 it Non- League Games DIFFERENT HIHHEUVERS Varsity Cheerleaders Janet Evans, Susan McCollum, Susan Hollenbach, Joan Troutman, Mary Long, Sylvia Klohr, June Bixler, Janet Keeney. Mrs. Juba, Co-advisor of Cheerleaders az, E9 Linda Bender, J. V. Captain Mary Long, Varsity Captain Mrs. Sandel, Co-advisor of Cheerleaders J. V. Cheerleaders KNEELING: Marianne Zerbe, Aud- rey Bashore, Linda Steigerwald. STANDING: Clarissa Hollenbach, Linda Bender, Laura Bausrnan. IH PREPHRHTIUH UF l At twenty three minutes after nine, Gassert gets the tap. "Good shot, Ed." "Make it, Gassert if , :,f V it Kline, number twenty, watches the scramble for the rebound. "Yea, Larry, you scored a point.' Let's fight, Trojans!" ,t . 41 5-1 1 " Tit I v if + 5' .af W ,f -W- . Y in gig 1 'F X ls jab W SZ N4 1 Wm 1. 1 sg K 7 , ,, til Loretta DeLong, Betty Hassler Nancy Beamesderfer Right Inner Center Forward Left Inner it Q i ii , g rigf 3 'sl 54 fwvuwwhmfar f 1 W , M W, Ha - A .. , M -fi' 52 ' "" ' gi n v, J er, 1,7 A ' 'f YH' 9 wg -- Arg, Wx.-V asf.. f . Y - . - .V W rt - X L K ' , ' I' "Q -- NN- 'ez "' ' I " Q -- , , s A I I A b : .:.V ,--, :,:5. , D . wr ' : .. . --" ' " .. I ' f , -. 0 " 5 V 7 V , -A I ' ., J -V Hockey FIRST ROW: Darlene Breidigan, Gail Meyer, Linda Keeney, Clarissa Hollenbach, Mae Meyer, Laura Bausman, Connie Bashore, Phyllis Tryon, Nancy Ebling. SECOND ROW: Nancy Marks, Deborah Schucker, Linda Krill, Betty Hassler, Sharon Davidheiser, Linda Leisey, Loretta DeLong, Audrey Bashore, Margaret Daub. THIRD ROW: Mary Gogets, Edna Bill- man, Jean Boltz, Susan Etchberger, Audrey Schaeffer, Donna Meyer, Jeanette Shilling, Janice Frantz, Paulene Smith. WESTERN BERKS HO Elco at Tulpehocken Sch. at THS ..... THS at Hamburg . , THS at Conrad Weiser THS at Sch. Valley . Hamburg at THS . . Conrad Weiser at THS Elco at Tulpehocken Sch. Valley at THS . THS at Hamburg . . THS at Conrad Weiser THS at Sch. Valley . Hamburg at THS. . . Conrad Weiser at THS Nancy Gogets-Goalie 78 Diane Brightbill-Fullback J oyc e Basho re - Fullback H nz, ' - Q Halfbacksz SY1Via Klohr Louise Stamm May Hollenbach CKEY CHAMP SCORES Varsity . . 5 - 0 . 9 - 2 . 3 - 0 . 5 - O . O - 0 . 5 - 1 . . . . 2 - 1 Jr. Varsity . . . 3 - O . 1 - O . 3 - 0 . 0 - 0 . 2 - O . 4 - O . 1 - 0 1 N Clarissa Hollenbach ?5ffQ1f -fi A t .'1- xi ,',,s'1i. '3 sii , ,,,,., . .., iiiiai 51 4 M s11s 5 iisia 5, -a- , M , 5-1 . J, ,,,, ., A Q Susan Mccullum, Mrs. June Harnly, Laura Bausman, Wing Coach Wing 79 SCORES April 17 Elco 6 - 5 I Ruth Heffingfon .iprq 33 21250211 V 11 13 - 1131 pr1 c uy 1 a ey - Left Forward l May 4 Conrad Weiser 36 - 14 , May 5 Elco 21 - 8 T ' " 4 May 7 Conrad Weiser 12 - 11 T . if May 12 wnson 31 - 10 1111 1 1 111 A 112 l11 1 4 ryrrrr MHY 13 Schuykill Valley 15 - 241 1111 11l rrrr May 14 Governor Mifflin 32 - 8 May 21 ER ff 14, "-:,1 1' 1, ,,-1"' Mary Balthaser Shortstop SOFTBALL Janet Miller Second Base Tulpehocken won Dianne Stamm Catcher Nice batting, indeed! C0-Captains Janet Evans 80 Dawn Yeakley J-V's Susan Witman, Sandra Van Sickle, Sheryl Ehrnfeldt, Betty Hassler. Right Forward Laura Bausman First Base Sheryl Ehrnfeldt X Center Barbara Kramer Pitcher Darlene Snyder HPPRUVHL Coach Barbara Kramer tries to get that ball. Mrs. Juba 81 'vi '- wi .ff"' ,- Li' . - .ii i,? t,., W- X --all --Q-QK n if- if fh' f-" 1? 9 sPfcuf-lrfvfnrsx 7 as , 7 ii --"S-.J 11-i 4 S I-55 43555 ll!! HHVE "How about dividing all of this among "Mary had a little lamb! Yeah! Yeah!" our s elves ? " said Paul at one of the shout the Imaginations. basketball games. Oh! Hi Girls! Where does this section of the PENNANT belong? 84 Denice, get that pot off my fingers so I can go to our Prom! . LIHGERED "Rock-a-bye b-a-b-y. . ."sings the FFA "Nuts! Ihave to startover again!" June during Initation Ceremony. Bixler exclaims for the 14th. time. "Howdy, Partner!" exclaims apartici- pant in the Tall Tales gathering in the spring of 1964. "Hey you dope, get up!" says Susie Evans "Let's all join in a chorus of 'America during a skit in the math assembly. the Beautiful'," says Donald Keener, Stu- dent Council president. 85 BU IHHHU Bonnie Billet and Ken Gehris had a very interesting discussion concerning the Presidential election in Assembly. Bob Stump helps to make the decorations for the Christmas dance. Charter Members of the Class of 1964 SITTING left to right: Laraine Zerbe, Jane Gassert, Marlene Bender, June Bixler, Mary Long, Linda Luckenbill, Marcia Kintzer, Polly Kline, Denice Kalbach, Nancy Endy, Sally Faust, Joan Trout- man, Jane Sonon. STANDING: Larry Rentschler, Scott Walters, Kurt Kreitler, Harold Krill, Paul Himmelberger, Craig Sheetz, Michael Witman. 5 Q 2 1 4 3 2 M Qi 1??Li:iff1t -W: Q V jf, ,X - vi A . f J 2 ng 1 I I 5 J Q n l 4 I . . . as the band plays "Moonlight Serenade' y i 1 i I A 5 I i 1 v 1 I I J I I x 2 Q f l i nr i A 1 I i . . . gold at the end of the rainbow. 1 , ' 1 Y 1 x 1. . I N1 H i 1 X x N R Our Junior Miss caindid N K I ates were: Polly fgyw 5 R .X K E N X N N R Kline, Nancy En y d , and Jaqlne Sonon. 9 MQTERS? '? '? x HSU UH SHIP HPPHUHCHES "my: what do we have here?" asks Eva " dur' ' ing a drama skit. "May I vvnen..da..the pie...da...was open..."t s ammers Kurt for a drama improvisation. Assembly pleasehave your attention ?" asked Karl KI' ' "And what's ou d ' y oin , honeychild?" dra 1 ' w s B111 Hoffert to Jeff Hain. ine, president of Student Council. "Not too tight, honey! " orders Larr L b ' ' Y e 0 to Steve Roth in a Junior sl-'if THE EVER-ESCHPIH G HUHIZUH. "Do you give out educations'?" asks Louise Wetzel during a seventh grade skit. "Now say ch-e-e-se," commands Susan Shaeffer during an assembly. Prog rc: ms "A-one, a-two . . ." A typical band practice led by Mr. Berger. "I'11 take this one," says Steve Pugliese in an assembly. 91 "And the laundry flew," duringa Junior Class pantomime. Leon Huey .. PATRONS Class of '66 Class of '67 Class of '68 Bonnie Billet Lee Bausher Marlene Bender June Bixler Eva Marie Eisenhardt Nancy Endy Sylvia Evans Sally Faust John Fesig Jane Gassert John Gerberich Donald Hettinger Mary Ann Hiester Paul Himmelberger Leon Huey Denice Kalbach Marcia Kintzer Polly Kline Barbara Kramer Kurt Kreitler Harold Krill Mary Long Mr. 81 Mrs. Mr. 81 Mrs. Mr. 81 Mrs. Mr. gl Mrs. John Endy Charles Luckenbill Harold Matthew Claude Schneck Michael Scarpignato George Flanagan Mr. gl Mrs. Mr. 81 Mrs. Mr. gl Mrs. Mr. gl Mrs. Mr. 81 Mrs. William Kaiser Lester Deppen William Kreitler Ralph S. Tobias Charles D. Cox Larry Kline Mr. 81 Mrs. Mr. 81 Mrs. Mr. gl Mrs. Sandra Fox Mr. 81 Mrs. Mr. gl Mrs. Mr. 81 Mrs. Mr. 81 Mrs. Mr. 81 Mrs. Mr. gl Mrs. Richard A. Mr. 81 Mrs. Mr. gl Mrs. Carl F. Wilhelm Lester Long Rufus Reber Ammon Fox Lester Keener Henry L. Troutman Richard Frantz Roy E. Hettinger Arthur Hettinger Adam Mark G. DeLong Denton Kalbach LJ Gif r l 1 Timothy gl rl Lisa Kolh Kelly Ann Kohl Helen Fizz Mr. 81 Mrs. Edwin Meredith Rev. 81 Mrs. Frank W. Ruth Mr. 81 Mrs. Clair Sweigart Mr. 81 Mrs. Wayne Koenig Mr. 81 Mrs. Charles Lebo Mr. 81 Mrs. Samuel Fesig Mr. 81 Mrs. William J. Seigfreid Mr. gl Mrs. Charles M. Kalbach Mr. gl Mrs. Paul A. Troutman Bryon Lee Bixler Mr. 81 Mrs. Leroy Snyder Mr. 81 Mrs. Carroll Snyder Mr. gl Mrs. James W. Luckenbill Burkey's Restaurant Ann Klose Mr. 81 Mrs. Charles Steiner Mr. 81 Mrs. Warren Showers Mr. gl Mrs. Lee Katz Mr. gl Mrs. Lester H. Bausher Charlotte's Beauty Shoppe Imaginations: Linda Luckenbill Edwin Meredith Sheilagh Porto Larry Rentschler Craig Sheetz Jane Sonon Robert Stump Joan Troutman P. Scott Walters Michael Witman Laraine Zerbe Dr. Charles T. Reimer Mr. gl Mrs. William Kline Loring Studios June gl Gerry Mr. gl Mrs. Luke Kintzer James Kintzer Mr. gl Mrs. Emerson Stoudt Mr. gl Mrs. Jack Evans Barry L. Balthaser Mrs. Stella M. Neuin Mr. gl Mrs. Wayne Zerbe Frank C. Henderson Mr. gl Mrs. Henry Zerbe Judy Kline Larry Rentschler Pamela Kalbach Mr. gl Mrs. Clarence Mengel Mr. 81 Mrs. Harold Bossard Mr. 81 Mrs. Aaron Smith Mr. gl Mrs. Edgar Stump J. Paul Burkhart Bernville Motors Mr. gl Mrs. William Hyland Mr. gl Mrs. Frank W. Faust Mr. 81 Mrs. Carl Marberger Robert Smith Betty C. Hassler gl Mrs. Richard Hassler, Jr. Mr. Mr. gl Mrs. Laurence Ramberger Mr. 81 Mrs. Thomas Sheetz Mr. 81 Mrs. Arthur J. Etchberger Mr. 81 Mrs. Wayne W. Freeman Mr. 81 Mrs. John M. Schade Mr. 81 Mrs. Lewis Ballinger Elvy M. Troutman Mr. gl Mrs. Mr. gl Mrs. Mr. 81 Mrs. Mr. 81 Mrs. Mr. 81 Mrs. Lammas Klopp Roy Bubbenmoyer Irvin J. Kirkhoff Harvey Krill Mark Bixler Gary 81 Geri Triviets John Fesig Larry Rentschler Donald Hettinger Mr. 81 Mrs. Louis R. Porto Mr. 81 Mrs. Stanley R. Stamm Susan S. Witman Mr. 81 Mrs. Ralph C. Witman American Legion Ricky H. Rentschler Mr. gl Mrs. Homer H. 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