Tulpehocken High School - Yearbook (Bernville, PA)

 - Class of 1966

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Harner Guidance Counselor 'FM' Secretary 7 Miss jean Miller CHOOL BOARD fci' FIRST ROW: David Batdorf, john Moyer, Orville Stauffer, Har- Schaeffer, Carl Brown, Floyd Koenig, Earl Degler, Alvin Mor- old Noll, Lynn Rissinger, Alvin Zerbe, Clarence Mengel Pres., gan, Elmer Pyle, Earl Koenig. Mrs. Irene Hassler. SECOND ROW: Harry Ebling, Earl CHOOL AUTHORITY Mr. Wayne Henne, Mr. Robert Mohn, Mr. Harvey Hill, Ir., Mr. George Spannuth, Mr. Howard Kline, Mr. David Batdorf. 8 O SCHOOL DOCTOR Dr. Peter T. Pugliese SCHOOL NURSE E GLIH Mrs. Velma Matthew English Drama Reading 364 ' A . , al, t ' E ttf' The seniors learn about Shakespeare. 10 Pete gives a demonstration. Mr. Sterling Hoffman English Creative VVriting 'Q "Mr, Moderator, fellow debators, students." - ,f ,eq g l' , m , i, . 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Civics 'wi3fWfJl1!- COMMUNISM TODAY 14 Mr, Paul Wentling Mr. Samuel Schwartz World Cultures American History Guidance Civics X And here's Tulpehocken High. 10th grade world cultures class. 15 LANGUAGES AVAK .... e f n ,,, g,xwQ I V, Q . K 1 V,h" 5""l leeiee A NSF i- igeaeegin' 1 -25"-"',,5W e 1 Q-"Q ,134 df f up Q QW f 1 .1514 If figural ifsiizgiwi, ggixk 1 in vu 'ss' 9 li., 'aL.s....... K..-i,l..ki'Y Mrs. Pearl Kline English Germ an Latin S W "W Y 30- .,. 4 3 . WW Is it fuii or fuit? 11-II students enjoy reading current German magazine Mrs. Laura Lutz English German Was sprechen Sie? Modem lab facilities spark interest in foreign languages. 17 Mr. William Kaiser Algebra Business Math Trig Math MATH I,-if ,-.5 Girls . . . pleaseln 18 Mr. Edward Crim Math Geometry Algebra Nancy Eliling explains a problem to the twelfth grade trig class Keep trying Lynn Mr. Crim supervises the ninth grade class. 19 PHY ICAL Mrs. Iune Harnly Physical Education Girls' Health Miss Linda Edris Physical Education Girls' Health I still think it's easier to count calories. 20 EDUCATIO "Hey, I did it!" A il 3- Mr. George Brommer Physical Education Boys' Health ,X One, two, three . . . 21 COM ERCIAL f X 'Qhfka fi ,Jr 2323 ie , Miss Nancy Trontrnan Shorthand Typing WVhat,s zfmatter, Darlene, your pinkies tired? Wim Mastery of shorthand requires patience and hard work Newspaper work gives practical experience. 22 1: 5:9 Mr. W. Donald Shirk "' W Bookkccping Office practice How many errors this time, Susie? Typing Comrncrcial ' i'ii0VLfIllil grzulc L'OlllIIlCl'L'i1li SIIIKICIIN cnlhrzillcd lay the rnysteries of lmsincsw math. 23 GRICULTURE ws.. New shop facilities give wider scope to school program. .35 Q ff' ,K f' M--......,, Modem agriculture requires hook le'rning, too. Mr. Michael Orendo Agriculture Shop Mathematics 9' , . 5 I if ' X' 1' 2 Q, . 'ts Q 4 f 1 2' S N mg 4 W ,W we Lester practices techniques of welding. ,Lk . pl , ,, . Q... - ffkflawi' -ffl' -:-- 2 'ff ,, 'F M Mr. Gerald Seiler Agriculture Shop Mechanical Drawing T.H.Sfs Tom Sawyer Construction of a mineral and salt feeder. Fancy tractor ti1'es'?l? 25 HCME ECO OMICS Mrs. Sara Clements Mrs. Lois Dcppeu Home Economics Home Econmuics Vocational Home Economics Vocational Home Economics 'Anyone for lmurnt fudge?" l . ,Nw s- i f A- 26 5.0.51-4, ' ,,4.f Mtcutivc Sl-1 girls ...,-"" E 2.1 .vgg f 3 7 f Q. r ' 5 34 5 . , f 5 X H., 1: '. ,.,. 5 I 2 -f-v--- ' M 1- ' , wx rigs? V-rl A795 Si kr ' if " fm mg. ggwr -I ' in., L.kkkV V . M . 1s -..L 'KNOW do it this wayf, .,.. ' ...MW "This is the way we wash our clothes." The finishing touch. Seniors prepare for homemaking "Now, ladies, the first step . . . ' V' V - --1, , 7Y'57fsf:i,g:f fm, v' - care , 70 s. W W Y. - 'X ow s a Q ll Y Y Et Z3 M... I I .gi gi wk 'W-wx' ag, Q' f1.i.' 3 13 ' 1 ' H S1 3 Xa "I ill? , xg U: 'k iz, 11 fy ' -,fl f' 12: . E ' 7 5? 4 5 55391 3 X 2 V - ' ,, 3 ' I L i . x i 12- 5 Mrs. Grace Carvell Elective Art Art ,va- ,fw .,.k waszsf ' V Q 5, There must be another table. 28 INDUSTRIAL ART Mr. Daniel VVitman Industrial Arts Mechanical Drawing Mr. Charles Steiner Mechanical Drawing Shop And now for a Kraft commercial by Hcckman. "Hey, something must have gone wrong DRI ER EDUC TIO This is before driver ed. class. Mr. Carl Gravel' Driver Education Do not exceed 120 M.P.H. 30 Mr. Harold Kremser, jr Music Chorus Band MUSIC "Thaw girl! "One, two, three, and . . 31 US DRI ER I i a li 1 'N - NSW- john Henne, Paul Keeney, Wayne Stoudt, Melvin Ritchie, Ralph Kissling, Elmer Bashore, Quentin Get tel, Harold Bashore, Edith Ziegler, Phyllis Stoudt. AN ITGR 'A George Bashore, Nicholas Romano, Samuel Koch. 32 F ETERI PER ONNEL ' If -' 6 ,ff '. Qj?"fln' E1 - 'V 'f ' 'iv , .,, S X ji , M, . QQ 1 , ' :fs K D , fi :Suffer , 'M ' -fSZs, if'J' l.. rw ' f f '. 52- 5 K Ms, , " in I Q I fi: ,1 H H ' , rel, G r 5: , 'VI :"., , W 9 1- 5125 'J Q .213 ,argl My 1, 55 V.. , ..., 5 ,U Mrs. Viola Ruth, Mrs. Erma Henne, Mrs. Pearl Schaeffer, Mrs. Alice Luckenbill, Mrs. Anna Marks, Mrs. Helen Schlappig. ug. T BO Y 1 1 .Q fi T1 in EP xv I 1 , s T I E1 in 2 I I 2 I 5 s gl lu 2 ii'- Aki wafifxxhf If' .wx L Nam. 'haf' RALPH HERBERT BARE Vocational The little man With the big car . . . Very friendly . . . Handy man ofthe se- nior class , . . Mighty hunter. FFA flj QQ? Q4j . . . Bus Monitor Qlj 12D MJ . . . jr. Chorus DALE AM MON BASHORE Academic Tall, dark, and handsome . . . Has a flashing smile . . . Can he seen with Hen- ry or Roger . . . Neat dresser . . . Richard Burton of the senior class. Student Council flj QZQ 131 f4j . . , Executive Council Q4j . . . Vice-Pres. of Stu- dent Council f3j . . . Ir. Chorus QD . . . Sr. Chorus f3j 14? . . . Soccer C17 QQJ . . . Basketball QZJ . . . Fire Marshall Q41 "Ralph" JAMES ALLEN B.-XRNICTT Academic Ml-la irii cy Short . . . Enjoys trapping . . . Quiet , . , Plans to enter forestry field. Band QD C23 Bl 145 . . . jr. Chorus QQJ . . . Soccer Q23 Q39 Q-ll , . . Baseball C43 "Dale" 36 DAVID NELSON BASHORE Academic "David" Always laughing . . . Safe driver?? . . . "Is it true blondes have more fun?,' . . . Constantly combing his hair. FTA Q23 . . . Debates Q23 Q33 . . . Ir. Chorus Q33 . . . Sr. Chorus Q33 Q43 . . . Fire Marshall Q33. NANCY ANNA BEAMESDERFER Commercial "Nano" Miss Congeniality . . . The proud owner of Elvis . . . "Be good." Yearbook Staff Q43 . . . Student Council Q13 Q23 Q33 Q43 . . . Student Council Sec.-Treas. Q33 , . . Executive Council Q-13 . . . Newspaper Staff Q33 . . . De butes Q23 . . . Hostess Q33 Q43 . . . Band Q13 Q23 Q33 Q43 . . . jr. Chorus Q13 . . . jr. County Chorus Q13 . . . Sr. Chorus Q33 Q43 . . . Hockey Q13 Q23 Q43 . . . Tennis Q13 Q23 . . . Lebanon Daily News School Correspondent Q33 Q43. LINDA LOUISE BENDER Vocational "Bender" Always up to something . . . Enjoys changing her hair color . . . Good athlete . . , Future ambition, beautician. Newspaper Staff Q13 Q23 Q33 Q43 . . . FTA Q13 Q23 . . . Band Q13 Q23 Q33 Q43 . . . Se- nior Iunior Play Q33 Q43 . . . Majorette Q43 . . . Hockey Q13 Q23 Q33 Q43 . . . Bas- ketball Q13 Q23 . . . Softball Q13 , . . I.V. Cheerleader Q33 , . . County Band Q23 Q33 Q43 , . . District Band Q33 Q43 , , . State Band Q33 Q43 . . . Sr. Chorus Q43 . . . Library Club Q43. 37 HERBERT WILLIAM BENZEL Vocational A real nut . . . Interested in carpentry . . . Future ambition - plumber. FFA 415 423 43p 445 .... A udio Visual 413 423. SUSAN MARION BENDER Commercial 'LSu5ieH Champion giggler of the commercial class . . . Couldn't live without history class???. . . Style conscious. Bus monitor 435 . . . Ir. Chorus 413 . . . Sr. Chorus 435 4-ll. "Herb" THOMAS WVARREN BERGER Industrial Arts KKTIJIIIIIIV Shy and quiet . . , Practices the art of sleeping during school . . . Relirersbur- gel' . . . Likes shop. 38 CARL DENNIS BLATT Academic Versatile athlete . . . Can be seen driving around Bethel . . . Big thinker?? . . , Creat racing fan. jr. Chorus Q13 . . . Sr. Chorus Q33 Q43 . . . Soccer Q13 Q23 Q33 Q43 . . . Basketball Q13 Q23 Q33 Q43 . . . Track QI3 Q23 . . . NVrestling Q33. LINDA LOU BREIDICAM Vocational "Linda" A fine seamstress . . . Always in a whirl . . . Spends Thursday nights at Bulfys Ir. Chorus QI3 . . . Sr. Chorus Q43 . . . Library Q43, "Carl" RICHARD VVALTER BLATT Academic "Blattyl' Likes drixdng around in his Chevy . . . Enjoys spear fishing for carp . . . Likes to just umessi' around. Projectionists QI3 Q23 , . . Bus Monitor QI3 Q23 Q43 . . . Baud Q13 Q23 . . . Sr.-jr. Play Q33 Q43 . . . Ir. Chorus QI3 Q23 . , . Soccer QI3 Q23 Q33 . . . Baseball Q43 . . . XVx'estliug Q43. 39 KAREN KAY BROVVN Commercial "Karen" Has pretty brown hair . . . Attempts to keep Lizzy quiet , . . Has a well- controlled teinper'P?? . . . Hails from Mt. Aetna. jr. Chorus Q15 . . . Sr. Chorus Q32 Ml . . . Majorette f3j My BEVERLY CLAY VOCati0Ilal "Beverly" Loves gym classP'PP 4 . . Lives in Mt. Aetna . . . Can be seen with Sara. Jr. Chorus QD . . . Sr. Chorus TERRY LEE BROVVN Academic "Terry" Schubert's pride and joy . . . Avid baseball fan . . . "Red-light" . . . Likes to argue about anything, Ir. Chorus Q13 . . . Baseliall fll CZD. QM' 40 MARCIA LYNN COOVER SARA JANE CLENTIMACK Vocational 'iSara' Spends her time talking with Faye . . . Always smiling and friendly . . . Pa trols Mt. Aetnafs sidewalks . . . Baby-sitting expert. Sr. Chorus MQ. Commercial lsMHfShilll,, Shy and quiet . , . Likes driving, horses, and loafing . . . Talkative when she gets going. MARGARET ANN DAUB Academic "Margaret" Pretty hlue eyes . . . "Well you know how she is!" . . . Keeps Elsiels cus- tomers happy and full . . . Tickles the ivories. FTA Q22 f3j 142 . . . FTA Sec. QS? C45 . . . Hostess 133 14p . . . Band fly QQ? CSJ f4j . . . Dance Band flj QQJ . , . jr. Chorus ill . . . Sr. Chorus Q32 Q41 . . . Hockey flj CSD Ml . . . Tennis QU . . . jr. County Chorus flj , . . Yearbook 41 TERRY LEE DELP Academic Shy . . . Likes to clown and joke . . . Enjoys sports, especially baseball . . Likes to drive . . . Projectionist Q15 Q25 Q35 . , , Ir.-Sr. Play Q35 . . . Ir. Chorus Q15 Q25 . . . Soccer Q15 Q25 Q45 . . . Baseball Q15 Q25 Q35 Q45, DONALD MARK DELONG Academic 'fDiZ" Likes baseball and basketball . . . Enjoys driving truck . . . Talkative . . . Fu- t ture ambition is to become an accountant. Band Q15 Q25 Q35 Q45 . . . Safety Patrol Q15 Q25 Q35 . . . Ir. Chorus Q15 . . . Sr. Cho- rus Q25 . . . Basketball Q15 Q25 Q35 Q45 . . . Baseball Q15 Q25 Q35 Q45. Upeten k..k,V EV GLEN ELTON DOUTRICH Vocational "Glenn Has dreamy blue eyes . . . Drives a hot car . . . Always has a pleasant smile . . . VVell groomed. FFA Q15 Q25 Q35 Q45 . . . Assistant Treasurer of FFA Q35 . . , A.V.A. Club Q15 Q25 l Q35 Q45 . . . Ir. Chorus Q15 . . . Sr. Chorus Q35 Q45. 42 LEROY BICHER EBERLY Vocational "Leroy" Drives a big auto . . . Shy and reserved . . . Hunting enthusiast . . . Black curly hair. FFA Q23 Q33 Q4p. NANCY LOUISE EB LINC Academic 'Nancy' A real sports fan . . . Always carries many books, but seldom opens them . . Loves to Work??? . . . Driving is her holilny. FTA Q21 Q4l . . . Band QU QZQ Q45 . , . Dance Band Q23 QIZH Q4j , . . lr. Cho rus Q13 . . . Sr. Chorus Q3j Q4l . . . Hockey Ql Qflj Q43 . . , Tennis Qlj . . . . . Hostess Q4j. CARY LEE EDRIS Vocational i'Gary" Has a knack for wrecking porches . . . Chicken farmer . . . Another con- trihuter to the Ford industry . . . Blonde hair. FFA Q12 Q2l Q3j Q42 . . . FFA Reporter Q45 . . , Projectionist Qll Q22 43 Class President Q2l Q4j . . . Ir. Cotuity Chorus QD . , . Class Vice-President QSJ RIC HA RD LEE ETC HBERCEK Vocational Avid Honda fan . . . Really knows how to sell sulms , . . Our gift to the farm- ing profession. FFA QI5 Q25 Q35 Q45 . . . Berks County Corresponding Secretary Q45 . . . Bus Monitor Q25 Q35 , . . AVA Club Q45. CYNTHIA MARIE CIBBEL Academic Ciggler . . . Always chewing gum , . . "Only hcr llairdresser knows for sure . . . Chemistry whiz ??? Newspaper staff Q25 . . . FTA Q25 Q35 Q45 . . . Band Q25 Q35 Q45 . . . Ir. Chorus QI5 , , . Sr. Chonis Q35 Q45 . . . Basketball Q15 Q25. "Ritch" JANET MARIE EVANS Academic ujanetl Friendly gal . . . Talkative . . . Good dancer . . Full of school spirit . . Neat dresser. Student Council Q25 . . . Newspaper Staff QI5 Q25 Q35 Q45 , , . FTA Q15 Q25 Q35 Q45 . . . jr. Chorus Q15 . . . Color Guard Q45 . . , Basketball Q25 . . . Softball QI5 Q25 . . . I,V. Cheerleader Q25 . . . Varsity Cheerleader Q35 Q45 . . . Banner Carrier , . . Hostess Q45. Uciudy' 44 RANDALL CARY HAAG JOHN CONSTANTINE GOCETS, IR. Vocational "johnny" Raises chickens as his hobby . . . Easy to get along with , . . Good sense of humor .... A willing worker. FFA Q15 Q25 Q45 . . . FFA Chaplain Q25 . . . FFA Assistant Sec. Q35 . . . FFA Sentinel Q45 . , . Bus Monitor Q45 . . . Sr. Chorus Q45 . . . Track Q35 Q45 . . . Wrestling Q25 Q45. Industrial Arts "HaagyU Charles Atlas of the senior class . . . Number one driver ed. student . . . Our representative to the 1'Brothers of the Brush" . , . Appreciates the feminine gender. Projectionists Q35 . . . Bus Monitor Q25 Q45 . . . Band Q15 Q25 Q35 Q45 . . . Ir. Chorus Q15 . . . Sr. Chorus Q85 Q45 , . . Soccer Q15 . . . Fire Marshall Q35 Q45. JAMES SHERWOOD HECKMAN Academic "jim" Likes to "goof oil" . . . Sticks up for the Marines . . . Friendly . . . His hair is his pride and joy. Projectionists Q15 Q25 Q45 . . . Ir. Chorus Q15 . . . Soccer Q15 Q45 . . . Base- ball Q15 . . . Wrestling 45 RUTH ELLEN HERRINCTON Academic Birdie Esso Queen . . . Plays a mean saxophone . . . Quiet??'? . . . Mr. SchWartz's bodyguard. A FTA QZJ Q3j Q45 . . . Yearbook Staff Q4j . . . Student Council Q32 . . . Hostess Q4Q . . . Band Qlj Q21 Q39 Q43 . . , Dance Band QZQ Q3j . . . Ir. Chorus Qlj . . . Sr. Chorus Q4j , . . Softball Q23 . . . Tennis QD. BRUCE ALBERT I-LENNE Vocational K'Bruce' Shy . . . Enjoys shooting water pistols , . , Funny when you get to know him. FFA 417 Q27 Q37 Q45- CAROL 'IEANNE HEYWOOD Vocational "Carol" Chews gum for her nerves . . . Class giggler . . . Plans a trip to California . . . Math fiend . . . Spends her spare time reading, Ir, Chorus QD . . . Sr. Chorus Q4j. 46 Academic Betl1el's pool-shark . . riors . . . Short, but powerful. Band Q15 Q25 Q35 Q45 . . . jr. Chorus Q15 . . . Sr, Chorus Q35 Q45 . . . Soccer Q15 Q25 Q35 Q45 . . . Baseball Ql5 Q25 Q35 Q45 . . . Fire Marshall Q45 . . . Wlrestling Q25 Q35 Q45. HENRY KLINE HOLLENBACH "Henryl' . Quiet-sometimes . . . One of the mighty Trojan war- Commercial "This is confusing!" candy business going. jr. Chorus Q15 . . . . . . Softball Q45. Sr. Chorus Q35 Q45 . . . Hockey Q15 Q25 Q35 . . . Basketball Q45 JANET FAYE KEENEY Commercial "janet, A very convincing debator . . . Beautiful red hair . . . Always seen and heard . . . Energetic cheerleader. Yearbook staff Q45 . . . FTA Q25 . . . Debates Q25 Q35 Q45 . . . Band Q15 . , . jr. Chorus Q15 . . . Sr. Chorus Q35 Q45 . . . Color Guard Q35 Q45 . . . Hockey Ql5 Q25 . . . Tennis Q15 . . , j.V. Cheerleader Q15 . . . Varsity Cheerleader Q35 Q45 . . . Student Council Q45. LINDA FAYE KEENEY "Linda" Future professional hockey player??? . . . Keeps the 47 SYLVIA ELAINE KLAHH Commercial Syl Has great musical ability . . . Everyone-'s friend . . . Likes driving . . . Swift halfback. Yearbook staff C43 . . . Newspaper staff C13 C23 C33 . . . FTA C13 C23 . . . Band C13 C23 C33 C43 . . , Jr. Chorus C13 . . . Jr. County Chorus . . . Sr. Chorus C33 C43 . . . Sr. County Chorus C43 . . . Hockey C13 C23 C33 C43 . . . Tennis C13 C23 . . . I.V. Cheerleader C23 . . . Varsity Cheerleader C33 C43 . . . Class Secretary C13 C43 . . . Band Secretary C43 . . . Hockey Captain C43 . . . District Chorus C43. GENE ROBERT KLINE Vocational "Kliney" ' XVorld's greatest Honda rider . . . A good Ag. Student , . . "Enthusiastic" fire marshall . . . Owns a high-power Ford. FFA C13 C23 C33 C43 . . . FFA Treasurer C43 . . . Bus Monitor C43 . . . Fire Mar- shall C33. JANET LOUISE KLINE Academic "janet" Quiet and studious . . . Always the clown . . . Writes witty stories . . . Really swings with her alto clarinet. Yearbook staff C43 . . . Student Council C13 . . . Newspaper staff C13 C23 C33 . . . FTA C13 , . . Debates C13 C23 C43 . . . Band C13 C23 C33 C43 . . . Sr. jr. Play C33 C43 . . . Ir. Chorus C13 . . . Sr, Chorus C33 C43 . . . Softball C13 . . . County Band C13 C23 C43 . . . District Band C13 C33 C43 . . . State Band C13 C33 C43 . . . Class President C33 . . . Hostess C43 . . . Band President C43. 48 IAY LEE KNOLL Vocational Short, dark, and handsome . . . Favorite passtime is pesting people . . . Very dependable fellow. Newspaper staff Q21 Q31 . . . FFA Q11 Q21 Q31 Q41 . . . FFA Reporter Q21 Q31 . . . FFA Secretary Q41 . . . Bus Monitor Q31 . . . Band Q11 Q21 Q31 Q41 . . . Wrestling Q31 Q41 . . . Track Q31 Q41 . . . Sr. Chorus KARL HOWARD KLINE Academic "Klinie" Enjoys golf, baseball, and basketball . . , Neat dresser . . . Wants a job in the science Held. Yearbook staff Q31 Q41 . . . Student Council Q31 Q41 . . . Student Council Presi- dent Q31 . . . Newspaper staff Q11 Q21 Q31 . , . Debates Q11 Q21 . . . Band Q11 Q21 Q31 Q41 . . . jr. Chorus Q11 Q21 . . . Basketball Q11 Q21 Q31 Q41 . . . Baseball Q21 Q31 Q41 . . . Class President Q21 . . . Safety Patrol Q11 Q21 . . . Fire Marshall Q41 . . . FTA Q41. ELIZABETH KOLAR Commercial L'LiZZy" Not always seen, but always heard . . . Likes drive-in movies . . . Twirls a hot baton . . . Adores scho0l??? . . . Can be seen with either Karon or Susie. Ir. Chorus Q11 . . . Sr. Chorus Q31 Q41 . . . Majorette Q21 Q31 49 CAROL MAE KRAMM ES Academic "Krum" Likes driving her Chevy . . . Enjoys dancing . . . Talkative at times . . . Outspoken. Student Council Q2j . . . Newspaper staffQ1j Q25 Q31 . . . FTA Qlj Q21 . . . Ir. Chorus Qlj . . . Sr. Chorus Q45 . . . Basketball Q22 Q43 . . . Softball Qlj QZJ. CAROL IEAN KRALL Academic "Carol' The Farmer's Daughter . . . Enjoys playing the piano . . . XVhat a laugh! . . Pleasant personality. Bus monitor QZQ QIBQ Q4j . . . Ir. Chorus Qlj . . . Sr. Chorus Q33 Q4j. ALFRED STERLING KREISER Vocational "Alfred" Comes from the out-skirts of Bethel . . . Drives a white convertible . . . Runs around with Cary and Richard. FFA Q33 Q4Q. 50 XVILLIAM HARVEY KRILL Vocational L'XVilly,' 4 Shy, but funny . . . Pitches in when he is needed . . . Likes driving . , . I Shoots the breeze . . . FFA 415 425 435 445 . . . Safety Patrol 4l5 425. JAMES EDWIN LAUSCH Vocational "Iimmyl' One of the taller boys of the class . . . Up to date on current events . . , Hard on his dad's car . . . FFA 415 425 435 445 . . . Track 435 445 . . . sf. chorus 445. l l J - LARRY LEE LEBO I Academic "Leeb" Likes talking and clowning . . . Enjoys food 4lots of it!5 . . . Likes drawing cartoons. . . ' 7 Yearbook staff 435 445 . . . Student Council 435 445 . . . Student Council Vice President 435 . . . Newspaper staff 415 425 435 . . . Debates 415 . . . Projection- i ists 415 . . . Band 415 425 435 445 . . . Sr.-jr. Play 435 445 . . . jr. Chorus 415 425 . . . Soccer 415 . . . Basketball 415 435 445 . . . Baseball 415 445 . . . Safety Pa- trol 415 425. 51 GERALDINE ANN LONG Vocational "Gerry" Short and friendly , . . Has an extensive Wardrobe . . . Neat as a pin . . . Sells car partsll? Ir. Chorus Clj . . . Sr. Chorus QSQ MJ . . . Library Club C41 ANNA LORRAINE LYM ASTER Loves school??? Library Q4j. Vocational "Annan Has the neatest wardrobe . . . Good dancer . . . Drives a red hot Chevy . . ' Ir. Chorus flj . . . Sr. Chorus Q32 fill . . . Hockey C13 . . . Basketball QU . . IEANNE GRACE MANBECK Academic "Jeanne" Future actress . . . Loves to sing . . . Rings the bells for our band . , . Never at home! FTA 423 439. . .Hostess 435 443. . .BandQ1jf2H3jf4j. . .Jf. Chorus up. . . Sr. Chorus CSD L42 . . . Hockey QD Q25 . . . jr. County Chorus QD . , . Sr. Coun- ty Chorus CSD f4j. 52 1 l SUSAN PATRICIA MENGEL Academic "Red, ' Noisy redhead! . . . Likes boys, dramatics and baloney sandwiches . . . Help- ful . . . Fussy eater. Yearbook staH Q45 . . . Newspaper staif Q25 Q35 . . . FTA Q15 Q25 . . . Debates Q15 Q25 Q35 Q45 . . . Band Q15 Q25 Q35 Q45 . . . Sr.-Ir. Play Q35 . . . Ir. Chorus Q15 . . . Sr. Chorus Q25 Q35 Q45 . . . Basketball Q15 . . . Softball Q15 . . . I.V. Cheerleader Q35 . . . V. Cheerleader Q35 Q45 . . . Class Sec. Q15 Q25 Q35 . . . Hostess Q45. RONALD PAUL MERKEL Academic "Ronnie" Likes Hbombingl' around in his Ford . . . Enjoys playing softball for the Bern- ville Raiders . . . Talkative . . . Likes to sit and shoot the Mbreezeu at ball games. Student Council Q15 . . . Projectionist Q15 Q25 Q35 . . . FFA Q15 . . . Ir. Chorus FAYE LOUISE MERKEY Vocational ' 'Faye Tall red-head . . . Always has something to say . . . Friendly personality . . Lives near the large city of Schubert. Bus Monitor Q35 . . . Ir. Chorus Q15 . . . Sr. Chorus Q35 Q45 . . . Softball Q45 . . Library 53 MAE JUNE M EYER Vocational Blue is her favorite color . . . Tries not to break her long fingernails . . . Long, dark hair and bright blue eyes. Ir. Chorus Qll . . . Sr. Chorus Q32 Q4j . . . Color Guard Q3l . . . Hockey Qlj Q2l Q3j . . . Basketball QU . . . Library Assistant Q3j . . . Library Club ROGER DAVID MERKEY Industrial Arts "Merkey" Great soccer player . . . Alias "Crash Merkeyv . , . Travels with Henry and Dale . . . Good class contributor . . . Fun to be with. Band Qlj Q3j Q4j . . . Dance Band Q31 . . . Ir, Chorus Qll . . . Sr. Chorus Q3j I Q4j . . . Soccer QU QZD Q3l Q4l . . . Basketball QD QQQ Q3l Q4l . . . Track Q3l Q42 . . . Wrestling Q21 Q3l Q4j . . . Ir. County Chorus Qlj. r.Mae,, RALPH GRATON MILLER Academic "Ralph" First class nut . . . Playboy of Meckville . . . All-star soccer player . , . Wilted Chamberlain!!! Bus Monitor Q35 . . . Band Qll Q22 Q33 Q42 . . . Dance Band Qlj Q25 Q3l Q4l . . . Ir. Chorus Q15 . . . Sr. Chorus Q3l Q45 . . . Soccer QD Q23 Q39 Q45 . . . Basketball Qlj QQJ QSQ . . . Fire Marshall Q31 . . . Claw President Q33 . . . Class Treasurer 54 ELIZABETH ANN MOORE Academic HUZZYU Talkative?'P . . , A manicuristis pride and joy . . . Carol's buddy . . . Quite a seamstress. Ir. Chorus Qlj . . . Sr. Chorus Q3j Q4j. LESTER FRANK MOYER, jH. LINDA SUE MOUNTZ Commercial i'Mousie', Quiet, but friendly . . . Likes to sew and cook . . . Future ambitiong key- punch operator. Newspaper staff Qlj Q32 . . . FTA Qlj . . . Bus Monitor . . . Ir. Chorus QD . . . Sr. Chorus Q25 . . . Library Q2j. Vocational i'Lester,' Champion tractor driver . . . Arguing is his hobby . . . "You canit beat a Farmallln FFA Qll Q25 Q35 Q4j. 55 HARRY WILLIAM NAFTZINGER, IR. Vocational Likes Fords, girls, and FFA . . . Pleasant fellow. FFA QD QZQ 43D f4j . . . Safety Patrol C2j. FAY IEAN OXENRIDER Commercial Nutty and talkative . . . Excels in sports . . . Likes dancing . . . Future ambi' tiong Waves. Band f2l . . . Jr. Chorus f2j . . . Class Vice-President Q35 . . . Softball QD . . . Basketball f4j . . . Tennis C4j. HI-Iarryu JOAN MARIE NEY Vocational "Joan Loves to read . . . Quiet and friendly . . . Good speller . . . Sara's buddy. Ir. Chorus KD . , . Sr. Chorus 145. ..Fay,, 56 ERIC RICHARD PARKER Academic "Eric" Einstein II . . . Knowledgeable in anything . . , Widely traveled . . . Friend- ly, helpful guy. Ir. Chorus Q11 . . . Sr. Clioms Q41 . . . Debates Q21 Q41 . . . Basketball Q21 Q41 . . . FTA Q21 Q41 . . . Basketball Q21 Q41 . . . Track Q21 Q41. MARY LOUISE PEIFFER Academic "Mary" Good artist . . . England bound . . . Dog lover . . . Movie fan. Newspaper staff Q11 Q21 Q41 . . . FTA Q21 Q31 Q41 . . . Debates Q21 . . . Band Q11 Q21 Q31 Q41 . . . jr. Chorus Q11 . . . Sr. Chorus Q31 Q41 . . , jr. County Chorus Q11. IOHN ANDREW PETINKO Vocational 'johnny' Loud and boisterous . . , Likes joking , , . Dependable . . . Friendly. trol Q21 Q31 57 FFA Q11 Q21 Q31 Q41 . . . FFA Chaplain Q21 Q31 . . . Ir. Chorus Q11 . . . Safety Pa- FRANK ARTHUR REED MARYLYNN PHILUMALEE Academic "Marylynn One of the quiet members of the class . . . Likes to Walk around Bethel . . Former coal-cracker! Vocational MFT-Hnkl' History whiz . . . Coat farmer! . . . Likes popular music . . . Friendly personality. Fire Marshall CBJ C4j. KATHLEEN MARY RENTSCHLER Commercial ujapn Friendly . . . Likes records and dancing . . . Future ainbitiong business school. FTA QD . , . Ir. Chorus QD. 58 GEORGE SAMUEL REPPERT, IR. Academic uGe01'geH Likes to tell stories . . . Enjoys driving and girls . . . Plans to enter the art field. Newspaper Staff Q15 Q25 Q35 . . . FFA Q15 Q25 . . . Projectionists Q15 Q25 . . . Bus Monitor Q15 Q25 Q35 . . . Sr.-Ir. Play Q35 . . . Ir. Chorus Q15 Q25 . . . Soccer Q15 Q25 , . . Basketball Q25 Q35 Q45 . . . Wrestling Q45 . . . Tennis Q45 . . . AVA Club Q45. BETTY LOUISE RITCHIE Vocational "Betty" Likes gym classes . . , Friendly . . . Talks a lot . . . Prize homemaking stu- dent . . . Has loads of relatives. Bus Monitor Q25 Q35 Q45 . . . Jr. Chorus Q15 . . . Sr. Chorus Q35 Q45 . . . Library Assistant Q35 Q45 . . . Library STEVEN GEORGE ROTH Academic "Steve" Moody . . . Enjoys writing . . . Always well dressed . . . Always in motion . . . Detests haircuts. Newspaper staff Q15 Q25 Q35 . , . Projectionist Q15 Q25 . . . Bus Monitor Q15 Q25 . . . Ir.-Sr. Play Q35 . . . Ir, Chorus Q15 Q25 . . , Class Vice-President 59 SHIRLEY LOUISE SCHOTT Academic Hails from the suburbs of Frystown . . . Pint size . . . Reads a lot of books . . . Friendly gal. jr. Chorus QD . . . Basketball KZD. CYNTHIA LOUISE SHERMAN Academic "Where the Boys Are" . . . Swings a hot tennis racket . . . Avid baseball fan. Ir. Chorus CD . . . Ir. County Chorus CD , . . Sr. Chorus f3j MJ . . . Color Guard 529 433 447. . . Tennis up 423 433 449. uShirley" RICHARD LEE SC HRACK Academic "Richard" Always studying . . . 'KOr what -" . . . Likes to argue , . . Worrying worrier. FTA QSJ C45 . . . FTA President f4j . . . Debates Q21 C32 C45 . . . Ir. Chorus flj . . . Sr. Chorus Q3j 14D . . . Fire Marshall QSQ MQ. "Cindy" 60 STANTON OWEN SHILLING Academic "Stanton" Meckville resident . . . Interested in architecture . . . Likes to do history home- work?? . . . Nice all-around guy. Bus Monitor CSD Q4j . . . Soccer 142. NANCY JEAN SCHILLING Academic "Nancy, Bug hater . . . Likes convertibles . . . Chemistry whiz?? . . . Beatles fan. FTA QZJ f3l C4j . . . Debates C22 . . . Ir. Chorus Qlj . . . Sr. Chorus MJ jr. County Chorus QU . . . Color Guard Q21 C39 . . . Sr. County Chorus C31 FFA Sweetheart C3j. MILTON DALE SHOLL Vocational "Dale" Big time rabbit farmer , . . Favorite pastime: tearing down engines . . . Hangs out at Houserls Sunoco . . . Honda riding pro. FFA QD f2j CSD Ml . . . Projectionist Qlj QZQ 131 . . . Bus Monitor flj 12D Q30 Q4j. 61 EDWIN RAYMOND STAMM Industrial Arts Hardworking guy at Midway . . . Always up to date in dances . . . VVears out cars like shoes . . . Has plenty of sisters. Student Council QQD Q3j . . . FFA Qlj QZQ . . . Ir. Chorus Qll . . . Sr. Chorus THELMA CHARLENE SPEICHER Commercial "Thelma, Tall blonde . . . Friendly personality . . . Neat dresser . . . Crazy about re- cords . . . Likes riding Hondas. FTA Qlj . . . Ir. Chorus "Eddie" ANITA LOUISE STEIGERWALD Academic H Anita, l Quiet , . . Enjoys cooking and sewing . . . Friendly . . . Hopes to have a nursing career. Newspaper staff Qlj QZJ Q33 . . . Debates QU QQ? Q35 . . . Band Qlj Q23 Q31 . , . Ir.- Sr. Play Q35 . . . jr. Chorus QD . . . Sr. Chorus Q35 Q4Q. 62 MARY ELIZABETH STEWVART Academic "Stuie', Adores Shakespeare . . . Can make some Wild geometric figures . . . Expert in archery?? . . . Future Pulitzer Prize winner. FTA QZQ QSJ Q4Q . . . Debates Q2j Q4j . . . Band Q2j QJ3l Q4j . . . Ir. Chorus Qlj . . . Sr. Chorus Qfij Q45 . . . Sr. County Chorus Q37 . . . Hostess DAVID SILAS STOUDT Academic "Dave" Future mayor of Four Point . . . Plans to assist Smokey the Bear . . . Racing fan. Bus Monitor Qlj Q27 . . . Sr, Chorus Q4j . . . Soccer Qlj . . . Basketball QZQ . . Track Q3l Q41 . . . VVrestling BARRY LEE STICKER Industrial Arts "Barry" Cari be found at any of the local gas stations . . . The man with the many cars . . . Loves to eat! FFA Qzsp. 63 DAVID LEE STRICKER Academic Friendly . . . Likes swimming, chasing girls, and driving down . . . Industrious and dependable . . . Neat dresser. Student Council f2l fill Ml . . . Band QU QQQ CSD 145 . . . Sr.- jr. Play QSJ . . . Ir. Chorus fly . . . Treasurer CU 121 CBJ . . . Safety Patrol QD KAROL ANTHONY SYMANOWICZ Academic Shy 61 quiet most of the time . . . Sly smile . . . Helpful when asked . . . Whiz in geometry . . . Likes to drive his old Chevy. Ir. Chorus QD . . . Bus Patrol ill CBJ C41 ..Bip,, his MC with the top ' C29 437- sUsAN LoU1sE SWEITZER Academic "Susie Small, but mighty . . . Never opens her mouthPP? . . . Likes gym classes . . Don't call her Susan! Bus Monitor QD Q2j , . . Sr. Chorus CSU . . . Basketball f2l. "Swiftyl' 64 RICHARD CHARLES TROUTM AN Vocational Very, very quiet fellow . . . An easy going guy . . . A real geometry brain. FFA Ql3 Q23 Q33 Q43 . . . Track Q33 Q43 . . . Sr. Chorus Q43. GEORGE ALBERT TOBIAS, IR. Vocational "Tobey" Tall and quiet . . . Enjoys music and singing . . . Active FFA worker. FFA Q13 Q33 Q43 . , . Ir. Chorus Q13 . . . Sr. Chorus Q23 Q33 Q43 . . . Band Ql3 Q23 Q33 Q43 . . . Safety Patrol Q13 Q23 . . , FFA Treasurer Q33 . . . FFA President Q43 . . , Class Treasurer Q43. "Richard" PHYLLIS JEAN TRYON Academic "Philly" Quiet?? . . . Never a dull moment! . . . Always likes to dress neat . . . "VVell, never in my whole lifell' Yearbook staff Q43 . . . Class Vice-President Q23 . , . Newspaper staff Q23 . . . FTA Q13 Q23 Q33 Q43 . . . Debates Q33 Q43 . . . Band Q13 Q23 Q33 Q43 . . . jr. Chorus Q13 . . . Ir. County Chorus Q13 . . . Sr. Chorus Q33 Q43 . . . Hockey Q13 Q23 Q33 Q43 . . . Basketball Ql3 . . . Tennis Ql3 Q23 . . . j.V. Cheerleader Q23 . . . Varsity Cheerleader Q33 Q43 . . . Hostess Q43. 65 Vocational L'Clei'1'y" E Taxi driver of Rehreslvurg . . , Loves NVU1'li??? ..,i 'X real, liouest-to-goodness Dutchman! FFA iii Q29 my iii. JANET BERNICE ULRICH Acadeniic Mlanetn Quiet and Friendly . . . llot shot with a water pistol . . , VVhcn she starts to giggle, you czuft stop herfl GERALD LEE UNIBENHAUICR ROBERT PRICE XVICQXVER x7OL'2lll0I1iil 'KBohlmy" Edclie's pal . . . Cute auicl has il friendly persoualitv , . . Aclorus schmmol?'9 , , . Buught his our from a little old lady iu Pzrsudcila. FFA flu can fran Hi. 66 1 Jr. Chorus Q13 . . . Sr. Chorus L33 Hi. MARY LOU WENRICH Academic uM3YI1i1I'Cl" Good worker . . . Dependable . . . Enjoys sports . . . Likes to talk and have fun . . . Plans to attend college. Yearbook staff Q43 . . . Newspaper staff Q13 Q23 Q33 Q43 . . . Debates Q13 Q23 Q33 Q43 . . . jr. Chorus Q13 . . . Hockey Q13 Q23 Q43 . . . Basketball Q13 Q23 . . . Hostess Q43. ELIZABETH ANN YVHITMOYER Academic "Lizzie" Large and exquisite Wardrobe . . . Petite . . . Quiet giggler , . . Always on the go . . , Likes the outdoors. FTA Q33 Q43 . . . jr. Chorus Q13 . . . Sr. Chorus Q43 . . . Library Q43, LAVERNE WOLF WILHELM Academic "Lava-rneu Very amicable personality . . . Most organized person in the wo1'ld??'? . Plays the smallest instrument in the band. Yearbook staff Q43 . . . FTA Q23 Q33 Q43 . . . Hostess Q33 Q43 . . . Band Q13 Q23 Q33 Q43 . . . County Chorus Q13 . , . jr. Chorus Q13 . . . Sr. Chorus Q33 Q43. 67 SUSAN SALLY WITMAN Commercial "Susie,' Always talking . . . Good sport . . . Very friendly . . . Dependable . . . Loves to dance. Ir.-Sr. Play CBJ . . . jr. Chorus QD . . . Color Guard QLD . . . Softball QZJ . . . Banner Carrier SHIRLEY ANN WOLF Academic "Shirley" Quiet and shy . .' . Dependable . . . Enjoys listening to records . . . Likes to play softball. jr. Chorus Q21 . . . Sr. Chorus C41 EUGENE OLIVER YENSER Gene Autry of the East . . . Really likes Chevies??'? . . . Manager of the Mt. Aetna Orchard??? FTA fill f4j . . . Bus Monitor fl? Q25 f3j f4j , . . Band QD f2l QSQ C41 . . Dance Band . . . Sr. Chorus 13D 14D . . . Fire Marshall LBJ Q41 68 LORETTA KAY ZIEGLER Academic "Retta" Plans to attend college . . . Enjoys reading various types of literatue . . . "Oh Gods!" . . . Blows a hot coronet and plays the piano. Newspaper staff Q33 Q4j . , . FTA Q25 Q3j Q43 . . . Band Qlj QZQ Q3j Q43 . . . Sr. Chorus Q35 Q-lj . . . Basketball QD . . . Tennis QD Q23 Q41 . . . jr. Chorus Qlj . . . Bus Monitor QD. RICHARD JAMES ZELLER Academic "RiChard' Quiet and reserved . . . Enjoys driving . . . Loves to read comic books . . Draft dodger!!! Sr. Chorus Q45 . . . Track Q4j. ELMER HENRY ZIMMERMAN Industrial Arts "Elmer Cardinal fan . . . Food fanatic . . . A future chefP?? . . . A fine artist , . . Fu ture Olympic track star?? FFA Q11 Q25 . . . Bus Monitor Qld. 69 JOSEPH CURTIS ZIMMERMAN Academic Nloel' Baseball enthusiast . . , Likes to crash pajama parties . . . future Phillies pitcher. FTA 449 . . . Bus Monitor Q25 . . , Sr. Chorus HJ . . , Basketball Q13 Q45 . . . Baseball Qll Q25 C31 Q41 . . . Fire Marshall C31 IOY TSONTARIDES Commercial Joy Large, expressive eyes . . . Well-informed . . . Newest member of the senior class . . . Style-setter. T DE T COU CIL REPRE ENTATI E fi M David Sh-ig-kgr, Janet Keeney Linda Bender, Henry Hollenbach 70 CLASS OFFICER 5: .5 I ,I A yfngv-f"c, , . If , f of E -A fb: 'W' ' . ' fl! Q25 -gf E 4.'--'fh-.Y , ' V ffaichi, e S P" L M wi , -N, - 15353 MYWIQN F . F George Tobias, Treasurerg Nancy Ebling, Presidentg Ralph Miller, Vice-Presideutg Sylia Klahr, Secretary. Class Motto - Non nobis solum: Not only for ourselves Class colors - Navy blue and white Class flower - White rose -.X A .. N, R, " V Wager M ADVISOR Mr. Hoffman, Mrs. Lutz, Mr. Scarpignato, Mrs. Matthew. 71 ohnny, Johnny hot salami. there, fans!" "Rcd. I think it should go like this -" 'N 6 fri , , , 3. 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L I 3 " I 3 IU IORS Audrey Bashore Connie Bashore Marion Bashore Laura Bausman Patricia Behney Patricia Berger Myrlene Bickel Edna Billman M ' :Es-. ,. ' f ? -2, X - ,X Q V . M ' My . , Li - ,z is ' Fiiakff Donald Adams Thomas Auchenbach 5 i,,, V.r s , is M win' V, Q K gg Tr 1 X wg A , L l Eff X fm 4 we Q -rg, 1 sg F ,Q fm, S K il Y .3 'S ,fwv Barry Balthaser Linda Bare 7" -iw v L' fwfi g Q k H S I 74 -f ' - ff 1 if 1 Y ill wp W , w l ,Q ei f wi '35 , .Qi 12" fn .f-5-2.4. A , ' K if 'iilrf I ' ,zfi I . a ,:,q,, in ,Q ,... f - D h M 'ai M will a if . , Margaret Billman jean Boltz Henry Breidegan Cary Brightbill Maxine Brown Raymond Brumbach Ellen Carpenter Lucille Clentimack Patricia DuBosq Etta Ebling Sidney Eisenhauer Ronald Enlerich gy, W Q 'if H3 F' , - E .3 .Wi 5 ,Xi SQ, 6 J T Ea ff Q31 Larry Crouse Iosephine Deck Loretta DeLong f ,..,, ,qw-11: mt Q an Y if jeffrey Hain Milford Hardick Barbara Hartz Betty Hassler Dorothy Heffelfinger Irvin Heifner Connie Henderson Lynn Himmelberger 4 iw . af W, . 'W' iiiwsi ' ., . K vii 'fr h'i5Y:!L a. 4. 3 S Y Q X fk fi A ' skwwf- A,:fw: . A 5 2 E M of S2 if L es " ii 'Q mr X . ,LL,k.,- ii I K . 4-fi v 'arf' fi 67' . X "S: 1 M ,M fn , 'ii Q X H 2 W xg 5 M ,, Q 1 QW , 2? 552 M ,MQ 8 NS, 3 afa- L ig, f -1 .1i1'ig g1 U' 24, J: . .. '- f""95'.' '. . ., K . rg W r I KM ' Aw! rx la g, -ug .f'ii'-1 f F Q, Y Rosemary Fisher Gene Fox Harry Fox Larry Fox Anna Mae Gassert Francis Gerberich James Craybill janet Cutshall VVilliam Hoffert Clarissa Hollenbach ii F , Sw 'fi f 'E X ' Sd ' Egfr X ,, . 'W . . . ' A NV1ll1am Huev Q.. R, 'iv we 'W Sharon Krciser Christopher Kreitler Lowell Luft, Ir. Carol Lutz Russell Martin Darlene Merkel Donna Meyer joy Miller Jean Kegerreis Duvicl Kline Philip Kline Betty Knabb 1 W N M W K W f xr K, fi I' .K iff? 5 5 -igfikgg I 2 vii? x S22 832533 4113 xr 'BF if Vickie Miller Nancy Moser Betty Mouiitz Glenn Moyer Harold Moyer Raywnoiid Moyer Robert Moyer Joanne Neuiii 76 ' Robert Peters Robert Reppert Emily Rissinger Shirley Rudy John Orban Linda Peiiley Christopher Peters Glenn Sholley Jane Smith Iohn Snyder Stuart Spangler Cheryl Stamm Diane Stamm Iudith Stamm Karen Stein Audrey Schaeffer Carol Schaeffer Diane Schlesman james Schucker Barry Seiverling Eli Sensenig Lawrence Shalter S Dennis Sholl 'rrr 5 fr 2 A .af N X Vh john Troutman Luther XVagner Glenn VVartluft Dianne XVeaver Kenneth NVeidman Russell VVeitzel Barbara Wenger William VVenrich 3 il egg H ia xi I A Y ' P ffl 1 4 X y W Var '46 , 3 Y K 1 wiv 1 n,gs5,e " " ifl wislfvy Guy Sticker Linda Stouclt Lynn Stouclt WJ 4 ,K Q if X K l is . xl 'W ff :QQ 12 Fil 5135 Y: 5554 J W' 1 in W' sf Ez . ,el,,. I -ji-'S in QV .. mi' L IEE. ' 5 W W 4? TMR 1, -ff : A," f, -,fi ef .1 45' Shir? i 1, .,gg,g1g Q1,, 35 4 3 - . I , ttr W, . .-' :2.:a fF,. 1 M5 1,1 gi - , gy ffgigiisw f YZw1"1 1 ,Mi W, M5 78 Nancy Stoudt Robert Stutzm an Ray Triest Eric Troutman f L A , " James XYitters Dorothy NVolf Darlene NVolfe Joseph Yanosick Linda Yiengst Cary Zellers Dennis Zerlme Jacqueline Zerlie CLASS ADVI CR Mr. Crim, Mr. Shirk. Mr. Schwartz. STUDE T COUNCIL 'w?5'Y2f, Ieffrey Hain, Diane Stamm, Etta Ebling, Cary Zellers. OFFICER : QE ' I iq .2 , : . Mak ' im-- MESA. ,V i x 5 Joanne Neuin, Robert Reppert, Larry Crouse, joy Miller. 79 Dennis Adams Glenn Balthaser Irvin Bare Sallie Bare Kirk Barnett Terry Barto Kathryn Bashore Richard Bashore David Batz Donald Batz Rose Bicher Lester Billman Darlene Bohn Darlene Breidegan Irving Bressler OPHC ORE 80 Barry Bricker Dolores Brossman Carl Brown, Ir. Warren Brown Jacqueline Clay Iudith Coover jay Crouse Sharon Daviclheisel Cecelia Duchan Eugene Eberly john Eberly Donna Edris Robert Edris Ianice Frantz Ken Gehris Mary Cogets Daren Craeff Donna Graeff Mary Gutshall Gerald Hammer Elma Hess Richard Delp Glenn Dieffenbach Earl Dosch , .mf : frggxug, f' , M, ., . :wr r .r,1 as aw as ff Mgggfigakw mr , fl ,FH -f f , l S3391 ,lf n 5 Y W as url. 0 us., ,lm -' .2 ,Hi f , A L , in l fl: 5 r rr .1 ' A 95 x xg 5 Lsglb 41 +2 5 MW 5, ll x 'L I i 5 I 41' ma f 5 . A S 5 . . . afa,,- FE ' "Q 'xg f A . ' fir' , f ' .f f , mi' l s 4 rx 4 , sv' M a V SW? Q X S. is E 'X an Q m Ya, 5 iz Ag , Xanr , V fm xx xi E X25 L I wars Q, is X, X' L Y' f li is SE, 5 . Donald Emerich Phyllis Emst Susan Etchberger Michael Evans Larry Farnsworth Winnie Faust Leonard Fisher Samuel Forry A ff l ' 9' mm! 2 3 all b R' , 1 fe S T K K f ENN rj K A S K ... 'T ,. 21.1, , .- 'Q gg? 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Rodney Speichei' Terry Stauifer Zellu Stuuffer my -.yr ,H . , 5 K E , Calvin Zerlve Indy Zerlme Marianne Zerlxe Linda Steigerwald Sidney Steinhauer Michael Sternberg Linda Stoudt Charles Wolfe David Yanosik Deborah Yeakley Ianet Yeakley CLASS OFFICERS 10th Mary Gogets, Dianne Kehler, Daniel Reynolds, Michael Evans. Dianne Kehler. Daren Craeff AD IER Janice Frantz. Earl Doseh Mr. Wentling, Mr. XVenrich. Mr. Rentschler. Mr. Winter. ,W . .-EE .. 5 M - ' 4 3 TTYXZ? . . 'fiiiiz wi S qfx ae lfi S in K 1 4 . 1 M 'Q x awe 1 il wi as gQgjx , 1 . sign:-?GzfvN, i R1.,,.W ,W 3.21 T 1 -wg - fx fe f-f Q -- -rim FRE HMAN ' 6335 2 f f s if mmf fe fe, 2 IGM k and Q V1 1 in " at Q U 5 . s 4 , we W .. , QL p 5 M ,, ua , 'Sv if, ti ii K t 5, 1. an gi , , ' -lgxw Wiz' ,' 2 'lm , X, 1 - ' . L . .,.., Ygig wk Q il N56 A rg 11 xi fi A 5 ,I 1- 2,-: -vii, .1 Lil . iw' f f5,.' W fl: af S3 M Q ills 4 . 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N,-1 , 12 at aa it ,W 2 y B ml 5 Lee Groff Barbara Hartranft Gerald Hay Cleo Heffeliinger 'lohn Heffellinger Dennis Hefluer Stephen Henderson Iames Herrington S Q Q M im iw A uf . 7. . 1. 7 as , f y ' ' 1 A s 1 255-X K X g Aa H: an mg-F, 5 ,ff Q XM! H ' 'lib . H fi? i i 'E W J 2 X! 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A ,,-f.. .- Mm-UWMWM-w,.v-qp. A james Herrington, Iames Beamesderfer, David Speicher, Eileen Behler. CLASS ADVI OR 1 f, a ST DE T C UNCIL REPRESE TATIVES Ianice Krammes, Rosemary DeLong, Michael Himmelreich, Sharon Cernsheimer, Sharon Snyder. 91 U DERCLASSME What! wrong? -1 1' Z5 'int Um' Cuod' NVhat is ii? NVz1tch it, Stu. 5 S , 14 WFI YJQ1 1 Aw iw? ' ' F UIDIIII . . " Going . . "Say lhut again . H Smvriscg 92 CA DID .,,W.,.,, , Q .. . MQ . .Q 5 L4 1 rf ng "VVe're buddieslu That'a boy. . Going . . K 1 ,fZ,,. 1 2 Al XVell!! . IE' 5-'f':2N'wgf:g5fz.aa5,:e...5, ., v 3,-vf. -V., . . J' , ,. mi - appy days are here again f Q. -- ---- f ' ., 1 Iwam f 4 . ' Z.- ' ,ws 'wif f .1,,, fgfgggkm 'Iii 54- I ww X , W , X5 si ,wh , 1.1 2 wx ' . - f 5 Jn we digg? 5 2 f T . Q iv , gf Y i W ,pa 47 A if W , ? iw H 6 Q? K X? M. 4 , X K QQXQ ,sa S T WTI X k 5 am Kg, KKK can 1 jx, . AHEM! Yoo-h oo! . . Cone! 93 Mr. Ilyde? 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L 'k " K. ,li H 'If g ! 3 r ,J Q, I J" 1' P x .b1g42?,cn,: W: : u-5 5 . xx ,Q C .. u 1 fi w u STUDE TCOU CIL SEATED: Dianne Stamm, janet Keeney, Larry Lebo, Nancy Cemsheimer, Michael Himmelreich, Earl Dosch, Gary Zellers Beamesderfer, Karl Kline, Dale Bashore, Linda Bender, Dianne Henry Hollenbavh, David Sffickef, Linda Bare, IHIUCC FTHINZ Kehler. STANDING: Sharon Snyder, Rosemary DeLong, Sharon DOHI121 Gfaeff, Janice KISUIUYHCS- EXECUTI E COU CIL Nancy Beamesderfer, Larry Lebo, Mr. Hamer: adviser, Dale Bashore, Karl Kline. 98 arl Kline leads opening devotions at an i iissembly. if L l l 1 A janet Keeney is Student Council secretary. The Student Council in action. ILIAD TAFF i FIRST ROW: Mr. Feaser, Linda Wayne, Doreen Noecker, jane Asfeld, Mary Lou Wenrich, Darlene Bohn, Mary Stewart, Mary Peiffer - Exchange Ed., Betty Hassler, jane Smith, Marion Bashore, Miss Troutman. SECOND ROW: Karen Stein, james Mary Lou XVenrich Editor 'Witters, Eric Parker, Loretta Ziegler, Janice Frantz, janet Evans Betty Mohn, Phyllis Emst, Mary Gogets - Art Ed., Ioan Him- melreich, Linda Steigerwald, Loretta DeLong, Diane Schlesman ,,...,....4"Q be , lt. I 5 if NN-.x l' E X-, Bi, f ,my Q tix 'V A gt, f I A, Q., ' w T .f,' ,ii 6 L XS ag: fir Xi' 1 'Hg 'E S? ' ' fx by L' I 1 .. ff ' h 'M , 'ar ' , '-'ky . Marion Bashore Asst. Editor 100 F DEBATE FIRST ROW: Mr. Scarpignato, Susan Green Vicki Hollenbach, Doreen Noecker, Sheila Miller, Marcia Turk, janet Keeney, Mr. Schwartz. SECOND ROW: jane Asfeld, Sydney Astin, Dorothy Fritz, joy Mill- er, Mary Lou Wenrich, Phyllis Tryon, Mary Stewart. THIRD ROW:Bl1enda DeLong, Betty Rudy, Linda Meyer, Marion Bashore, Diane Schlesman, Shirley Rudy, Janet Kline, Susan Mengel, Anita Steigerwald, Loretta Ziegler. FOURTH ROW: Shirley Zimmerman, Gwen Parker, Ken Gehris, Robert Edris, Eric Parker, Richard Schrack, William Hoifert, Michael Sternberg, Stephen Reynolds, LIBRARY CLUB FIRST ROW: Patsy Berger, Diane Fox, Dorothy Fritz, Betty Rudy, Susan Green, Lucille Weaver, Darlene Bohn, Marianne Zerbe, Deborah Yeakley, Donna Graeff, Deborah Schucker, Dar- lene Lyons, Mary Ann Gogets. SECOND ROW: Pamela Bohn, Linda NVayne, Loretta DeLong, Sarah Clentimack, Betty Ritch- ie, Edna Biilman, Mary Stewart, Linda Stump, Donna Meyer, Shirley Simmons, Sydney Astin, Elizabeth NVhitmoyer, Geraldine Long, Susan Schaeffer, Darin Graeff, Miss Gulko. THIRD ROW: Darlene Merkel, Betty Peters, Linda Bender, Jean Boltz, Pat Du- Bosq, Karen Stein, Diane Schlesman, Audrey Schaeffer, Judy Stamm, Mae Meyer, Anna Lymaster, Faye Merkey, Betty Mountz, Loretta Ziegler, Marion Bashore, Linda Breidegan. F.T.A. i FIRST ROW: Mary Stewart, Karen Stein, Marianne Zerbe, Mary Gogets, Linda Bender, Loretta DeLong, Richard Schrack, Mrs. Clements, Margaret Dauli, Mr, Kaiser, Janice Frantz, joan Rudy, Shirley Rudy, Etta Ebling, Mary Peiffer, Marion Bashore, Laura Bausman. SECOND ROW: LaVerne Wilhelm, janet Evans, Diane Schlesman, Sallie Bare, Betty Mohn, Phyllis Ernst, Rebecca Reifsnyder, Cynthia Cibbel, Ruth Herrington, Jeanne ,.....f+a1 Manheck, james Witters, Francis Cerberich, Cary Brightliill, Kirk Parker, Larry Leho, David Stricker, Steve Roth, Karl Kline, Joseph Zimmerman, Eric Parker, Eugene Yenser, David Bashore, Nancy Schilling, Loretta Ziegler, iCynthia Sherman, Clarissa Hol- lenbach, Nancy Ebling, Connie Bashore, Audrey Bashore, joy Miller. HO TESS S Twelve girls of the senior class are chosen each year on the basis of academic standing to be hostesses at all school functions. FIRST ROW: Janet Evans, Mary Lou NVenrich, LaVerne NVilhelm. SECOND ROW: Nancy Beamesderfer, Phyllis Tryon, Nancy Ebling, Margaret Daub. THIRD ROW: Susan Mengel, Janet Kline, Ruth Herrington, Mary Stewart, missing - Ieanne Manbeck. F.F.A. FIRST ROW: Harvey Krill, Galen Newswanger, john Miller, Aaron Zimmerman, Don Brooinell, David Etchberger, Robert XVeaver, Lester Moyer, Christopher Peters, William Krill, Thom- as Troutman, Samuel Forry, Gene Fox. SECOND ROW: john Brugger, Paul Brossman, Dennis Buck, Carl Stauffer, Ralph Bare, Leroy Eberly, jonathan Olesh, Luke Hiester, Brian Billman, Ir- vin Bare, Dennis Adams, Eugene Eberly, Herbert Benzel, Don- ald Adams, john Kilousky, Iohn Orbin, Dennis Zerbe. THIRD ROW: Harry Naftzinger, Gerald Umbenhauer, Alfred Kreiser, Glen Doutrich, WVarren Brown, Glenn Moyer, Russell Vfeitzel, Harry Fox, Donald Emerich, Ronald Stamm, Barry Bricker, Cal- vin Zerbe, john Eberly, Dennis Heffner, John Petinko, Earl Dosch, Larry Fox, Kenneth NVeidman, Eric Troutman, john Troutrnan, Richard Etchberger, Dale Sholl, Bruce Henne, james Lausch, Harold Moyer, jay Crouse, Richard Troutman. l V F.F.A. OFFICERS: Mr. Orendo, Chaplain - Luther Wagner, George Tobias, Sec. - jay Knoll, Treas. - Gene Kline, Sentinel Reporter - Gary Edris, Vice-pres. - jay Crouse, Pres. - -john Gogets, Mr. Seiler. DRAMA CLUB FIRST ROW: LaVerne VVilhel1n, Nancy Ebling, Mary Peiffer, Mary Stewart, Nancy Beamesderfer, Susan Bender, Larry Lebo, Sylvia Klahr, Karl Kline, Mary Lou Wenrich, Phyllis Tryon, Cynthia Gibble, Shirley Schott, Elizabeth NVhitmoyer. SECOND ROW: Iames Barnett, Ruth Herrington, Loretta Ziegler, Cynthia Sherman, Ieanne Manbeck, janet Ulrich, Nancy Schilling, janet Evans, Carol Krammes, janet Keeney, Anita Steigerwalcl, janet Kline, Susan Mengel, Susan Sweitzer, Shirley Wolf, Linda Keeney, Linda Mountz. THIRD ROW: David Stricker, Terry Delp, David Stoudt, George Reppert, Ronald Mer- kel, David Bashore, Henry Hollenbach, Steven Roth, Dale Bashore, Terry Brown, Ralph Miller, Donald DeLong, Karol Symanowicz, Richard Blatt, Carl Blatt, Faye Oxenrider, Susan Whitman, Elizabeth Kolar, Mrs. Mathew. STAGE CREW 6.9. 9 - 1 i ,,.s way 5,0101 anus ldllilo Ox FIRST ROW: Mr. Kremser, Iohn Gogets, Lynn Stondt, jay Knoll, Lynn Himmelberger, Robert Reppert Michael Evans, jeff Hain, Mr. Orendo. SECOND ROW: David Stricker, Randall Haag, Gene Kline Harry Naftzinger, George Reppert, Christopher Kreitler, Robert Stutzman, Eric Parker. 104 AUDIO ISUAL FIRST ROXV: Steven Noll, john Kilousky, Darlene Merkel Elizabeth Kolar, Susan VVhitman, Kirk Parker, Larry Farnsworth, Gary Brightbill, Kirk Barnett, john Troutman, Irving Bressler Lester Moyer, Michael Evans, William Pflueger. ADVISORS Mr. Orendo, Mr. Wentling. SECOND ROW: George Reppert. Glen Doutrich, Eric Parker, Richard Etchberger, NVarren Brown, Lester Basliore, David Stricker, Robert Stutzman, Russell lVeitzel, XVilliam Huey, Richard Davis, Lauren Ernst, Francis Gerherich, james VVhitters, Edward Stump. The primary task of these people is to get and return movie and film strip equip- ment and other audio-visual aids used in modern classroom teaching. These people also know how to handle and use this equipment, and they are frequently required to detect and correct minor difficulties. ELEGTI E ART Art is an expression of one's inner feelings. The elective art classes, because of this fact, operate on a self-motivation basis. Students With a casual interest in art can ex- plore its many fields and give their creative talents an outlet. The more devoted pu- pil can delve into the technicalities of the subject and form a foundation for future study. The art elect students of the 1965-66 school tenn have, under the direction of Mrs. Grace Garvell, produced sketches, charcoal and pastel drawings, posters, and oil paintings. The tasks of making special event posters and wall display case de- corations are often turned over to these pupils. FIRE MARSHALS FIRST ROW: Lester Moyer, Robert Weaver, Frank Reed, Thomas Berger, james Barnett, Carl Blatt, jay Knoll, Richard Trontman, Leroy Eherly, Henry Hollenliach, Larry Lebo, Karl Kline, Randall Haag. SECOND ROW: Ralph Rare, Richard Schrack, Harvey Naftzinger, Ronald Merkel, Karol Symanowicz, john Gogets, Elmer Zimmerman, Steven Roth, Terry Delp, Stan- ton Shilling, james Heckman, George Reppert, Richard Zeller. THIRD ROW: James Lausch, Gene Kline, Bruce Henne, Barry Sticker, Edwin Stamm, David Stricker, Roger Merkey, Eric Park- er, Gerald Umhenhauer, Donald DeLong, Ralph Miller, David Bashore, Dale Bashore, Joseph Zimmerman, Terry Brown, Eu- gene Yenser, Richard Etchberger, George Tobias, Glen Doutrich, Dale Sholl. BU MO ITOR FIRST ROVV: Larry Blatt, John Kilousky, Bruce Billman, Charles Bressler, Harvey Krill, Samuel Forry. SECOND ROW: Janet Yeakley, Linda Bender, Betty Ritchie, Janice Frantz, Betty Rudy, Nancy Marks, Lucy Clentimack. TIIIRD ROW: Ralph Bare, Gene Kline, john Gogets, Eugene Yen- ser, Eric Parker. Gary Zellcrs, Stanton Shilling, Earl Dosch, Leroy Reed, Dennis Ulrich. 'if A QQ. -i , W .-L, -if-,ff -.g CONCERT FIRST ROW: John Porto, Larry Zellers, James Beamesderfer, Richard Reber, Mary Peiffer, Jeanne Manbeck. SECOND ROW: Glenn Dieffenbach, Stephen Shiner, VVilliam Pflueger, Glenn Wartluft, Millie Hollenbach. THIRD ROW: Terry Meredith, William Rebman, Jay Knoll, Larry Lebo, Glenn Bal- thaser. FIRST ROW: Deborah Reifsnyder, Kirk Barnett, Theodore Baer, LaVerne Wilhelm, Linda Bross, Linda Wayne, Francis Gerberich. SECOND ROW: Diane Rebman, Dorothy Fritz, Marcia Turk, Vicki Hollenbach, Marjorie Wilhelm, Janet Kline, Phyllis Tryon. THIRD ROW: Joanne Neuin, Nancy 108 Stoudt, Cheryl Stamm, Connie Henderson, Nancy fer, Beverly Schaeffer. FOURTH ROW: Janice Frantz, Tobias, Dale Gibble, Audrey Schaeffer, Joan Rudy, Susan gel, Ellen Carpenter. BAD 3 FIRST ROW: Nancy Ebling, Iane Smith, lov Miller, Bernadette Croft, Marianne Zerbe. SECOND ROW: Sylvia Klahr, Emily Rissinger, Clarissa Hollenbach. Rebecca Reifsnyder, Ruth Herrington. THIRD ROW: Lauren Ernst, Ralph Miller, Karl Kline, Robert Stutzman. FIRST ROW: Bonita Blatt, Iacqueline Zerbe, Cynthia Cibbel, Margaret Daub, Lee Croft, Kenneth Geh- ris, Mary Stewart, Loretta Ziegler. SECOND ROW: Phyllis Ernst, Craig Showers, Stephen Henderson, Robert Reppert, Lynn Himmelberger, james Barnett, Henry Breidegan. THIRD ROW: Kenneth Show- ers, Roger Merkey, Randall Haag, Eugene Yenser, Stuart Spangler, David Stricker, jean Schmehl. 109 MARCHI E ' if ffefiw, wr-eazai -' x , V4 , .. s,,,.,.... mf--. . . I x 'T' MZ 'Mjj ' "Q gp.-sag, W.: f?f,nigf 'WT j - .. 4 ' ' ' ' -f "1" ml ' "If"' :QT-ii, 1, ,, Y - '. '. 'f-- Q- If 5, ,-Nr nawfgi H-, fffG,:,,:,,'1 :H Q '- ' ww :M-,fsffvfz f--M:-vff-my - - .M Nz. W V "" - ww -' ' 'h weiiivii' wfizesmfmp s f' M U ' a' ' ' - -:f':q2Zq1:q2z:-2: 5 - 1 rillfgfff V 1 f w '-1--If-f'1l1, yf ,,.,2zs5g1f+ewm,f1:ff, , "' "' "4 ' if 4"'7l,cV2-354325221122 fi 2, ,I ' V Q f . ' it fifzl. 1, ff-ff 4 f F sw --ff lv awww?-,2Qf?ff2wf,,H-if-i ,,, l M i , A ,.,,,, ,, , ,W,,,v ff, vw ,,m,A,QmN,,Q4i," ,, ,, ' Hifi- ff -, 5, , , 7 ,f , 3 s s E A xf If f 4. 555 svwzrmw. were " 392 i W M "' 5222 "fi, All, 'QA Q?wfl,ixC : ff 12 , Z 5 4' ' 7 W Qs, is ' Fi I Q ' 2 i , J ma: f sxeiswiifsiv f Q5 3 , E wma, W Q zilmef-uou 7,34 Q1 l 9, , - is'figfagzfsfmfiis-,fazf,swwf ' 5 limes 1Wi,ff11'g, pe ,Lf ,, W ,, M w , I 7 wig fl 5, ,,W,, 'S ' 2 ' M 5 xi: - , ,,Ls:LS,,,s:: 'H H3 1 V. 5,6 h,5.,.,Wf v,.f.wM,.44,,44i,,gf3v,,,,,,,,,,.weg...mgg t 5752 wffwwf--Jffwfzfg ,V,, W , gi WWW , ff 2ffQslmQifgf,m 1, 'Q if 5 -sq-...T, WM,..,Kw,,,,x ,, 'V fl, M , ,,,Mg'4"7'?ff2g: W. A RL.. w fix 2 110 BAND OPHOMORE CHORU FIRST ROVV: joan Himmelreich, Darlene Lyon, Carol Long, Donna Graeff, Daren Craeff, Darlene Breidigan, Deborah Schucker, Rebecca Olesh, Susan Schaeffer, Linda VVayne, Sallie Bare, Rose Bicher, Mr. Kremser. SECOND ROYV: Nancy Marks, Linda Stoudt, Ianet Yeakley, Lucille Weaver, Linda Leisey, Ian- et Kreiser, Darlene Bohn, Betty Peters, Marianne Zerbe, Zella Stauffer, Jacqueline Clay, Joenita Shilling, Rebecca Reifsnyder, Winnie Faust. THIRD ROW: Linda Sholl, Debora Yeakley, Donna Edris, Mary Gutshall, Dolores Brossman, Linda Krill, Shirley Moyer, lean Schmehl, Beverly Schaeffer, Betty Mohn, Pauline Smith, janice Frantz, Phyllis Ernst, Kathrine Bashore. FOURTH ROW: Robert Edris, Michael Hoke, Douglas Kohr, Larry Farnsworth, Cary Kiebach, Leroy Reed, Irving Bressler, Dennis Ulrich, Daniel Reynolds, Broxton Sherman, Carl Brown, Ronald YVanner, Kirk Parker, Daniel Reed, john Eherly, Donald Batz. JU IOR CHQRU FIRST ROW: Audrey Bashore, joy Miller, Diane Stamm, Joanne Neuin, Mr. Kremser. SECOND ROW: Connie Bashore, Barbara VVenger, Darlene Wolfe, Anna Mae Gassert, Diane Weaver, Edna Billman, Iosephine Deck, Donna Meyer, Laura Bausman, Doro- thy Wolf. THIRD ROW: Maxine Brown, Carol Schaeffer, Rob- ert Peters, James Witters, Marion Bashore, Karen Stein, Carol Lutz, Loretta DeLong, Darlene Merkel, Cheryl Stamm, Emily Rissinger, Clarissa Hollenbach, Connie Henderson, Jacqueline Zerbe. FOURTH ROW: Linda Bare, Myrlene Bickel, jean Boltz, Cary Brighthill, Russell NVeitzel, Milford Hardick, Vicki Miller, Guy Sticker, Raymond Brumbach, Gary Zellers, Robert Stutz- man, Sharon Kreiser, Patsy Behney, Diane Schlesman, Dorothy Heffelfinger, Audrey Schaeffer. E IOR CHORUS FIRST ROW: Shirley XVolf, Carol Heywood, Beverly Clay, Sar- ah Clentimack, joan Ney, Elizabeth W'hitmoyer, Geraldine Long, Carl Blatt, Henry Hollenbach, Nancy Ebling, Nancy Beamesderfer, Elizabeth Kolar, LaVerne Wilhelm, Mr. Kremser, SECOND ROW: Betty Ritchie, janet Ulrich, Carol Krall, Elizabeth Moore, Mary Stewart, Mary Peiifer, Susan Bender, jay Knoll, john Cogets, Richard Schrack, Sylvia Klahr, janet Keeney, Phyllis Tryon, Karen Brown. THIRD ROW: Margaret Daub, Cynthia Gibble, jeanne Manbeck, Cynthia Sherman, Nancy Schilling, David Bashore, Anita Steigerwald, janet Kline, Susan Mengel, Linda Keeney, Loretta Ziegler. FOURTH ROW: Linda Breidegam, janet Evans, Carol Krammes, Mae Meyer, Anna Ly- master, Faye Merkey, Edwin Stamm, Ralph Miller, Randall Hagg, Roger Merkey, George Tobias, james Lausch, joseph Zim- merman, Eric Parker, Eugene Yenser, David Stoudt. Margaret Daub Pianist Mr. Harold Kremser Director BRASS EMBLE ,W , gi? M.. ., f T 1 SITTING: Robert Reppert, Lynn Himmelberger, Randall Haag, james Barnett, David Stricker, Iacqueline Zerbe, Phyllis Emst, Kenneth Show- ers, Craig Showers, Eugene Yenser. STANDING: Glenn Wartluft, Larry Lebo, Glen Balthaser, Mr. Kremser. WOODWI D E E BLE SITTING: Ioanne Neuin, Nan- cy Beamesderfer, Nancy Stoudt, Marianne Zerbe, Jacqueline Zerbe, Laverne Wilhelm, Susan Mengel, Rebecca Reifsnyder, George Tobias. 1 . I I 1 PEP B 'l 'S l i C I A fi 4 W SITTING: Karl Kline, Ruth Herring- ton, jane Smith, Nancy Ebling, Doro- thy Fritz, Linda Bross, Linda Wayne, Nancy Stoudt, Nancy Beam- esderfer, Ioanne Neuin, Laveme Wilhelm. STANDING: james Beam- esderfer, Glenn Wartluft, Eugene Yenser, Kenneth Showers, Craig Showers, Larry Lebo, William Reb- man, Lynn Himmelberger, Irving Bressler, Randall Haag, Robert Rep- pert, Richard Reber. 11+ l E 3 1 3 2 .w 23 E Q 5 S www: 1 ww.. mama mmmmw am wwf X is Bw N wx ' ,z ,W , 4 sm f,, .,,., A i?sf+i . ? limff' Q iv x i-R: ' kggggiy. H ' S fi 2 1 w ' 7 A A V.. in W ,V . p K b q , A' l ., K, C L,ki f.. h .. , f :za R -A.-zz: .. . . J .. if ' Q " LVI- if "AA 1 D g up .gap ,E , U .I . ' is ai. . , , . if . . .K gf ip .qu f Qi, M- E. an - ' V Q in .. ffm ff2a'a-M VIQ i7 kk, lm ,,. 5 H . ' 'fr -,'-, ff fl ? A 7g"- Za A fwWw'wmwwwWws fyiwi' WW T:f.1 Goalie L. Fullback R. Fullback Guy Sticker Harold Noll Michael Brungart TROIANS CHAMPS ACAIN The Trojans again captured the Berks County soccer championship and went on to the District Three finals. They started the season off slowly but soon picked up their pace. The highlight of the season was the Elco game, which went into extra quarters. Raymond Brumbach became the hero of as the day by scoring the winning goal. Our Trojans were well-represented on the All-Star team by ix 2 Ralph Miller, Pete Delp, and Robert Peters. Nitri- SCORES -.. ,K irgxii , X 1 e. A 1 . m ff fy: ' .." . 1 Coaches L. Wing Inside L. Paul Wentling 61 Carl Graver Roger Merkey Bob Peters 116 Oley ..... . . 3-0 T. Valley . . . . 3-0 Fleetwood . . . 1-2 Hamburg . . . . 2-1 Mt. Penn . . . . 4-0 Wilson . . . . . 4-0 C. Weiser . . . . 1-2 S. Valley . . . . 6-0 Kutztown . . . . 5-1 Brandywine . . . 2-1 .... .,,. . I . I .I . V L . . S it fe I If 5' I f will ll Ll 4 K .... , L I , W! ,A 57 ,A.- . , Q , , + ' I ' ..,' - VV. . . Hilfe Vg 4, ,, :V jg kk k ... . I ur' T132 R' , 4. x .r - J L. Halfback C. Halfback Carl Blatt Ralph Miller R. Halfback Terry fPetel Delp SUBS.: FIRST ROW: Richard King, Kirk Barnett, Ken Gehris, Scott Keener, Larry Zellers, Stephen Shin- er, Iames Barnett, jonathan Olesh. SECOND ROW: Larry Farnsworth, Richard Davis, Donald Clauser, Terry Meredith, Glenn Dicffenhach, Lester Bashore, Glenn Balthascr, Charles Wolfe, Richard Dove. THIRD ROW: Robert Edris, Gene Fox, Stanton Shilling, Milford Hardick, Henry Breidegan, Raymond Brumbach, Mark DeLong, Gerald Hammer, Iames Witters. ll gf it V' l r Q i .',,. gas: ' rr aiat 'ff We - if ,,, R L. ll, . to ,xx Q :, , ,, , it NQIQ , . - ' W7' ,, Q2 :-r NLS., . ,,V , .,,, 4 , . .i J Y f . ,.:l,'. C. Forward Inside R. Henry Hollenliach Dennis Schucker 117 R. Wing Gary Zellers Catcher Pitcher Short Stop Jeff Hain Cary Zellers Harold Noll BA EBALL The 1965 baseball season opened with Tulpehocken's Ronald Reed catching the fast, precise throws of pitchers Cary Zellers and Harold Cassert. One of the teamis victories was the win over NVilson High Schoolg Zellers and Cassert proved to be the masters of the ball, and the entire team supported them skillfully. Due to an unfortunate accident suffered at batting practice, two first string play- ers, Karl Kline and Paul Himmelberger, had to sit out much of the season. Left Field Carl Blatt Center Field First Base Pete Delp Donald DeLong 118 ' "'A ' :sway ,- 21" fi f SH ' 7 ,k', --,' N W' 451 Q L .- . 591 " nfl my gx6,,s,r . .M .Q-H. L: .QQ . ,. - ,E W :f rf ,- W: -+81 15-PW' : Xxx if 'J 4 F K ! WW We -Sw- mam- ,.. 1 ' Q W KVM F 9? . '15 O-ii' K Y K ,., Y , 'ir fir' f wifi. -...4..51m-nfwq-.4 .iwm . will-:.uPz ' ' -f - W' M A xr , 'NM as I5 his 6 I ., .W W f r M gif f , -. I5 X V we I ip M2 Msg, 5 4 X .4 VFR if v-'few f 929'-signs? , ref 5 f Q ,sg , - 1 'L 1-v-...I 4. M. F5--?i?' A Second Base Larry Lebo fd' " ,Q Mr. Carl Craver and Mr. Paul Wentling Right Field Third Base Henry Hollenbach Karl Kline Y ' iii STANDING: Dennis Seiverling, Irving Bressler, Raymond Brumbach, joe Zimmer- man, Leroy Reed, Harry Hollenbach. SITTING: Dennis Schucker, Ioe Yanosick, Lynn Stoudt, Thomas Umbenhauer, Glenn Balthaser, Bruce Billman. 5' 1 'iii 1 19 BASKETBALL Ralph Mlller Guard Ieff Hain Forward Guy Sticker Center Karl Kline Forward Lynn Himmelberger Guard Mr. George Brommer and Mr. Edward Grim. 120 STANDING: john Snyder, jeff Hain, Karl Kline, Guy Sticker, Donald DeLong, Bill Hoffort, Glenn Sholley. KNEELINC: Ralph Miller, Lynn Himmelherger, Robert Reppert, jimmy Witters, Gary Zellers. FIRST ROW: James Beamesderfer, Richard Reber, Scott Keen- er. SECOND ROW: Kevin Zellers, Dennis Schucker, Gerald Hammer, Richard Davis, Michael Himmelreich. THIRD ROVV: Leroy Reed, William Pfiueger, Harold Noll, Terry Bar- to, Irving Bressler, Kenneth Showers, Leroy DeLong, Steven Reynolds. The Tulpehocken Trojans played courageously during their second year in league basketball and never lost their spirit and sportinanship. The teams gave their opponents some exciting games under the di- rection of Mr. Brommer, the varsity coach, and Mr. Crim, the jr. varsi- ty coach. Both of these coaches are new to our school this year, and they have great hopes in the potential of Tulpehockenls future basket- ball teams. 121 s CHEERLEADERS Go EQ T VARSITY: Phyllis Tryon, janet Evans, Susan Mengel, Sylvia Klahr, Linda Bender, janet Keeney. The girls, enthusiastic cheers aroused school spirit and prompted the boys to "fight, fight, fightllu Four of the cheerleaders prepare for the pep rally held Q before the District Hnals game. 122 JUNIOR VARSITY: Doreen Noecker, Georgene Kennedy, Marianne Zerbe, Pamela Bohn, jane Asfeld, Janice Krammes. SUBSTITUTES: FIRST ROW: Donna Craeff, Linda YVz1yne, Darin Craeff. SECOND ROW: Audrey Bashore, Clarissa Ilollenbach, Linda Steigerwald, Connie Bashore. 123 During the soccer season our cheerleaders planned and led a number of pep rallys to spur the team on to victory. During the basketball season they faithfully at- tended our games and kept up their never-lagging spirit. P-E1 W , Xian a '51 s2.,,M+ V thnx Wu r j "1 5 1 fg M d x f? :P 9 ' .K LQLQ- A Y S Q q v' v ,Q . I dv+f4ws,,1i,w,5,MWmm 4 55 ' . HOCKEY 1 "W 1 I -- 'Q ,, A . if 25 n fs Etta Ebling C .-lex, x C. Forward my 'ft .. "B I iinr CQ 2 ' Miss Edris 3 S 5, ,, 1 Coach . L .iv f-ff q . , I - f lf. www? f ik 'A 14 ..' 'Q 35 Linda Bender I5 I R. Wing . ' - y C Y Vi .P . L,A . ,.. 4' ' - 2: -,fl M .L f . EQWW y Iwi , I WYC:. A 5 0 Phyllis Tryon 1 K 'V I L. Inner W Q u fsiikr ' fx. . wif? , isa . , Q 5 - 'K . , 'kri . M 5151 A , MW I . W.-' 2 N. Bcfxmesderfur , .2 5 . R. Inner by ' L K K If W v -1 V H ,lj .... .Il Lg? n I I Nancy Marks R. Wing Sylvia Kluhr ll. Halflsack 124 Hollenlmach Halflrack C imi- N -i .,,,f:.g1-i. f,?i,f T -:gi E:-iw: 12. .. M T K, 9 ,. .-'1 f uf lean Boltz Goalie f gsm i y 35 ... ..., y A, illl i w . Margaret Daub R. Fullback 'G - fb .X ., . . ,, Qikiiifkf . L... ,::. ' kqg x irg . M .,-.i ..,.:.,,1-....., . , .. ,,. Nancy Ebling L. Fullback '51-2. . -Q WK I., Dianne Stamm I.. Halflmack .An .M Q ' Rosemary DeLong, Shirley Simmons, Linda Krill, Audrey Schaeffer, Linda Bross, Linda Myer, Gwen Parker, Pamela Bohn, Millie Hollenbach, Shirley Schott, Darlene Bohn, Vicki Tulp. vs. Hamburg 5-0 Tulp. vs. Skyl. Valley 2-1 Tulp. vs. Hamburg 5-0 Tulp. vs. C. Weiser 3-1 Tulp. vs. C. Weiser 0-0 Tulp. vs. Norlebco 6-0 Hollenbach, Mary Ann Hiester, Donna Meyer, Deborah Schucker Brenda DeLong. KNEELINC: Carol Long, Lena Boltz. The Trojanettes honored their new coach, Miss Edris, with the 1965 Western Division Hockey championship. The girls again played an undefeated season, With the exception of their last game, which resulted in a tie with Conrad Weiser. The Trojanette victories were the result of co-operation among all team members. The scorers for the season are Etta Ebling, Phyllis Tryon, Clarissa Hollenbach, Nancy Beames- derfer, and captains Diane Stamm and Sylvia Klahr. Although the team will lose many valuable players when the seniors leave their positions, the jr. varsity players give all indications of being able to Hll the vacancies and bring home next yearls championship. GIRL ' BA KETBALL Laura Bausman Emily Rissinger Carol Schaeffer Forward Guard Guard Last year the girls had no basketball team because there was no one to coach them. This year Miss Edris, a new-comer to Tulpoliocken High School, has accepted the responsibility of coaching the Trojanettes. The team was quite large in the beginning, but it had dwindled down to the few main players by the middle of the season. Although the girls haveift been too successful, they have provided the spectators with some exciting, challenging games. There are hopes for a good Trojanette team next year due to the renewal of inter- est in girls, basketball. Dianne Stainm Susan Sweitzer Etta Ebling Forward Guard Forward 126 KNEELINC: Dorothy VV0lf, Susan Sweitzer, Margo Hoffman, Linda Leisey, Faye Oxenreider, Dianne Stamm. STANDING: Laura Bausman, Etta Ebling, Susan Etchberger, Emily Rissinger, Carol Schaeffer, C0-CAPTAINS STANDING: Dianne Stamm. KNEELINC: Etta Ebling. Coach Miss Edris Etta Ehling S 1. I . 9-' man MCC ollam -...Nw V H . ',-N MM f"f52'l- f , 4'i1w,.,'ik'gy,S .sm 1 L in LA vm :fi J, QU -,i ' , - . K 5 r 4 4 me Jn, ggg, ,saith Y, -A,L X - 5 . 'iff View if W3 -M my we mm-r""'f"'H'm ' 5 ,e ,, ,IJ 'fyfi' gyi, i,-M 'uf 1,37 -- f r I 71530 .H ff' kg, 'ir w' dyfwv,-QQJQ k,s"i 5-ix ' i ' ' ' A "'-f" ' xy , , w gm,-15"k,g ,fx ., Wf ,W 3 Vw if Q we K , , 4,k,., , , . iff A xx ,Q 5 X, ' JK in V3.1 K., f , " ' 5 "UZ 5 ... A 35-vumnnsuq 7 K VK ig I - Cynthla Sherman A- 15.3. 5 hmmm! I if A' n ,, 4.39K Q .C 2 V gig Q , 9,31 gt ,Q 'Wwii , ga ,KB ' 7. Susan Hollenbach :V JK , rr V in V ,fx Af-I ,V , -. X 'ik ' 5352 .Q 'f 4 ' f ff 4 f Bw hw'."-.lywlimi , ff-A is rf. 1 v, if-hi Y Q.. Jfqny, . 3 4 5 5, , ,hffff 1 Tw' - , L A' ff ,f r . EAR K fi ' S VQU' fw"'fffl'2 5" lf" 'f 5 5 , M 'F SA 2 M-331,-1 ,,,,Nwx,f 3 4. 4 if A 'waxy 'C 5- ,QvA"Sl'EJj2f'Q W ' V CM C 'x" ' xml , ff ' 5:3 ,L C, X , 15? . ' .:-' 1 -e ..,, 1 . A Ag n Connie Bashore Clarlssa Hollenhach 1 -If : H : f ir, 5 . ,.,. 4 . ' 'V '3I5?-:I-f.' 9 2 ig.1 .::g.v.,.3:::533, ' 'QA , T.H.S. 5 T.H.S. 4 T.H.S. 4 T.H.S. 3 T.H.S. 0 1 1 I T.H.S. O . . . T.H.S. 6 T.H.S. 4 Joy Miller Annville-Cleona 6 Conrad VVeiser 5 Elco 5 Conrad Weiser 6 Hershey 10 Hershey 10 Elco 3 Annville-Cleona 5 128 51.54 . Q4 . 5' x , J 5, 5 Lv . 1.Ex'3,.-32 , . x 15.3 .4 Q A, 4 44 K? ,Q il W na ' C 3355 41 :1 .1 ,, xv ..:. . 5 71 5 , J, , f 1 ' 4215- af' I M -K K fb ,, x . W ' . ,-.q.:!"'f"" Laura Bausman TEN N Tennis is a game of great skill, and only one Who is alert and agile is able to Win his sets. A good player not only manages to retrieve the ball and masterfully execute it to his opponent's side of the court, but he also does it grace- fully. Mrs. Harnly, the Trojanettes, coach, not only insists on good play, but also expects the girls to use proper form. The tennis players are taught the correct Way of perform- ing on the courts and are expected to adhere to these stan- dards at all times. One of the highlights of the season was the match with Elcog the Trojanettes won with the score 6 to 3. The greatest challenge the girls confronted was the Hershey team, which is one of the better teams in the re- gion. The girls also lost a valiantly played game to the boys. A match with the faculty was planned for the last day of school, but for some reason the faculty never made a showing. all Coach Mrs. Hamly 49 FIRST ROW: Susan McCollam, Susan Hollenbach. SECOND ROW: joy Miller, Etta Ebling, Clarissa Hollenbach, Cynthia Sherman, Laura Bausman, Connie Bashore. 129 TRACK is A We ii. FRONT ROW: Thomas Umbenhauer, Willis Nolt, William Sholl, Ralph Hoffman, Thomas Pajski. SEC- OND ROW: Douglas Kohr, Richard Troutman. james Laush, Roger Markey, Stuart Spangler, Iohn Gogets, jay Knoll. The Trojan track team fared better than in pre- vious years, but lack of experience proved a hand- t icap, The team was unsuccessful this season, but A V"s' l had one outstanding performer, Willis Nolt, who finished in the Hrst three places at all the invita- if tional meets and climaxed the season by taking :up ' third in the 100-yard dash in District 3 Champi- pq C: onships. An additional honor befell him when he f was selected for the Berks County All-Star Track .R q-', -ilzvzpyp gj Team- .,iy itt' r a f tz t p -- i C .Ji t 'r r T ' y t y. 'ri . . ,, tL,y,-, ,,p7V ig L . 130 Hoffman, track coach Co get 'em, Willis! -152: i."' ' 1 Ralph Hoffman strains for a good jump. Allen Spangler warms up for a coming meet PECIAL EVENTS 1. R JU Ion Ieanne Manheck and MaryLou Wenrich. 11" Q j Q E x 5' . Both girls were presented with a bracelet like this one as a remembrance. These two girls represented Tulpehocken in the Berks County junior Miss Pageant. In the pageant, Jeanne sang and MaryLou recited a poem she composed. We were very proud of our junior Misses and hope that our future entries will repre- sent us as Well.' I I t 3 QQ?-T'?Vf - -V W ,, as K 531. ' s lf. vn- 31545535-'?,., Was, - ,. "N 2 jiegv. get M ISSES These four girls were in the preliminary competition along with Jeanne and Mary- Lou. From these, MaryLou and Ieanne were chosen to represent our school on the basis of interviews With a panel of judges and also on their scholastic standing. anet Keen ev We Lost! HIK- Susan Mengel V - Sylvia Klahr Y, -Q If anet Evans was also one of the preliminaries. Fei ,I 6 , ix A f . Ties ' CHRISTMAS jubilate Noel' 136 .. lu hw " N VF lxx ' ' iqgikfl Graceful snowflakes added a wintery atmosphere. DANCE -A.. A f K I ha Q The music picked up as the dance Went on. , ,WWW Music by the 'Naturals Henry performs his famous two-step. 137 i J W- 'A i f ' an' SENIOR PLAY Our Director - Mrs. Velma Matthew Cast of The Man Who Came To Dinner Mrs. Ernest Stanley Miss Preen Richard Stanley june Stanley Iohn Sarah Mrs. Dexter Mrs. McCutcheon Mr. Stanley Maggie Cutler Dr. Bradley Sheridan VVhiteside Harriet Stanley Bert Ieflerson Professor Metz The Luncheon Guests Mr. Baker Banjo Expressman Lorraine Sheldon Sandy Beverly Carlton Miss Westcott Plainclothes Man Radio Technicians Two Deputies Five Choir Girls Mary Peiffer Ianet Keeney Ralph Miller LaVerne Wilhelm George Reppert janet Kline Nancy Schilling Phyllis Tryon Dale Bashore Susan Mengel john Gogets Steven Roth Loretta Ziegler Larry Lebo David Stoudt Carl Blatt Stanton Shilling Karol Symanowicz Pete Delp David Bashore Jay Knoll Jeanne Manbeck joseph Zimmerman Eric Parker Mary Lou Wenrich jay Knoll Richard Blatt james Barnett Pete Delp Richard Zellers Ioy Tsontarides Linda Bender Sylvis Klahr Ruth Herrington Cindy Gibbel "The Man NVho Caine To Dinnerf, a comedy in three acts, was the senior class play production this year. The play depicts the unexpectedly prolonged visit of an arrogant radio announcer to the home of the Wealthy Mr. , The blustery celebrity, Sheridan NVhiteside takes charge and Mrs. Ernest Stanley. of the Stanley residence and upsets everyone's life. Kind- ness prevails, however, and everyone lives happily ever af- ter - almost! The renowned Mr. Sheridan VVhiteside. The incomparable Banjo with Miss Preen. Maggie and Bert - the lovehirds, l l I Lorraine, thc actress. hothering? Dr. Bradley. 5 f And last not not least, Professor Metz. l John, the lvutler, showing in Beverly Carlton. The Stanley family having a family discussion. T.H. . HOSTS Much preparation and hard work made the big event a SIICCCSS. 0 R REPRE E TATIVES janet Kline Alto Clarinet Jacqueline Zerbe French Horn Rebecca Reiisnyder Bassoon Robert Reppert Cornet DISTRICT BAND arrive . . . X W E 1 and get acquainted. Students from 55 schools . . register . . EE' rffgiif' WVhile a large number of music directors engage in conferences the musicians practice diligently under the direction of Mr. Henry A. Cass. THE EVENINGS OF THE PERFORMANCES Salute to P.M.E.A. . . Davenport Euryanthe ........ von Weber arr Safranek The Invincible Eagle March Sousa Bugler's Holiday . . . Anderson ar1 Edwards Divertimento for Band Opus 42 Pers1chett1 Polka and F ugue . . from the Opeia Schwanda the Bagpiper Folk Suite - Overture Selections from 1'Gigi', March of the Anzacs Casa Grande , . . . Parade of the Chariote America the Beautiful Hal Kremser and his band provided the music. PROM The class of '65 presented the last prom ever to be held at Bethel - Moonlight Serenade. . U ' -3 si f- - E W 4: V ' K3 4 .' I x . llrl fy, N ' , l 7' ', x l 1 l ,. l . - g 1 xxl xx ' ' ll ' ,ln 5 Y, V ' Viz. 5' ' Nw , .. I t 1 f ' .gl aj ,AW 5 f NN: 4 ' - My X ff -in txt X 'x' it -I' fl' - N " Y 4 I 'iff Q ., , EX .3 JN, f 1 xx I Fountains and greenery provided atmosphere. 144- PAGEA TRY The theme of this prom was, "In Apple Blossom Time." The last prom at Bemville. A blossoming apple tree and a wishing well highlighted the decorations. Marcia Kintzer, Prom Queen of 1965, was crowned on her Hower throne. 145 COR ER TO E LAYI The gathering crowd anxiously awaits . . . T h e C e I, e m 0 n Y I ,L ...,, , my-5. 146 P""""' The box is placed in the comerstone. f-te ff' The ceremony ends and the crowd disperses. 147 f.,.,' ' . 57 4 5 OPENING OF THE T DE T TORE as V ,. janet Keeney Nancy Beam esderfer Store merchandise includes pennants, Managers One of the busiest places in the new school is the student store, which is run by the senior class. Two commercial students, Nancy Beamesderfer and Janet Keeney, manage the buying and selling of all the items in the shop and keep an accurate inventory of all the merchandise handled. Among the more prominent items on sale are license plates, sweat shirts, books, pennants, and school supplies. ? a t a variety of books, . . . and school supplies. OPENING OF THE ACK BAR Managers: Elizabeth NVhitmoyer, Carol Heywood, Linda Bender, and Faye Merkey. The girls work diligently selling hot dogs, candy, sodas, coffee, pretzels and chips. In order to make more money for band uniforms, the school music de- partment has been placed in charge of operating the snack bar, which is open to the public at almost all school functions. my H The vocational girls have taken charge of its management, carefully checking supplies to keep it stocked, and operating it when it is in use. 149 TG R T.H. -,--- Come in for awhile. 1,- 1 Welcome to Tulpehockenl sr, ,Q i K K, Is., K KK 7h" ,af Travel through the halls with us. This is just a part of our library 3 M as Here the COI1tl'Ol Celltel' . . . one of the commercial rooms. the language lab ...NNQ . . . and this is the lunch line. Itls usually fuller! A view of the cafeteria. Further down the halls we have the home economics room . . . As we move on we arrive at one of the science rooms. 4'x"""' -W... naman- -g' 'T ir' we 5 E .,., .. ,Ai K ,MN mann 'ji n l This is the boys locker room - not usually this neat! . . . . . and here is the gymnasium. s y :Aw ,-4 -5 ysmn K . fx Q . 2 V' K V ma if- , My f , ,B 5 -I , ,- r ' , - H Vfv- A -. A f A ff- "" Erin, M 4 7 Q ' . - 'I -- ' - , .V V Q , 5 J ,--' . , 'R 'JM 27:1 5 'Q ' 3' I "Mb: ' -4-fa , :af , , A M - af' , ,IV : ,,,, . .,,. ' - . 1 ' , .C s . Q 1 L E X A"- 2 .5 :v Q A K ,, " -" ' , I .Q . . 'ff "" M, 1 . .5 . . ' 'ff pffq' -- ,L'- Q- - , . , .. This is just an ordinary classroom . . . . . . but this is the music room. Q J Q. if ii VU! And here is one of the tractors in the shop. Here is the area outside the auditorium. . . our auditorium. The cafeteria entrance V - peg A Q 3 4, 1 5 l These are some views we have of our school xp 111, g -gvj N. 1 N... K, ,. ., .,. t , Y h,.L , 1:45 ' f . 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X vw' W' DARDAN IAN STAFF i l I ADVISOBS: Mr. Hoffman and Mrs. Kline EDITORS: LaVerne Wilhelm and Susan Mengel BUSINESS MANAGER: David Stricker LAY-OUT: Karl Kline FEATURE: Ianet Kline PHOTOGRAPHER: Larry Lebo Ruth Herrington Margaret Daub TYPISTS: Nancy Beamesderfer Janet Keeney LAY-OUT and ART: Mary Lou Wenrich Sylvia Klahr Phyllis Tryon Susan Bender We of the Dardanian staff have Worked hard in presenting this yearbook to you. It was a new experience for everyone involved since it was the first edition from our new school. We have gained much during this year and hope that as you paged through the Dardanian you have gotten a glimpse of Tulpehocken school life. Z., Larry, Karl, and Phyllis doing lay-out work. , . ,.' N A 'I l' ' H7 6 sfffilfw' eg, M9 17 Wi r , L Q 4' 12 -kf' fi if pew , i f V K fr f'-'iaqmxx , , H . fi U.., H - ' K fx V s , 2 L 'L,.,,..--M""M',---L L - , . . 1 , , , , . M we--as ' - .,wzigv,s, janet and Ruth prepare copy. " These are the hard-working typists: Nancy Sylvia, Janet and Cv Dave. Susan, Margaret and LaVerne check some art work. . . AFM 1 flu Mary Lou explains something to Susie, who also helped with the typing. 159 PATRONS We express our sincere appreciation to everyone who contributed to the success of the first edition of the Dardanian. Our special thanks goes to those listed below who supported us by acting as patrons. Mr. 61 Mrs. Mr. 61 Mrs. Mr. 61 Mrs. Mr. 61 Mrs, Mr. 61 Mrs. Mr. 61 Mrs. Mr. 61 Mrs. Mr. 61 Mrs. junior Adams Harry Allen Carl Althouse Donald Auchenbach Dale Balthaser Kenneth Balthaser Herbert A. Bare Allen C. Barnett Mr. james Barnett Mr. 61 Mrs. Mr. 61 Mrs. Ammon Z. Bashore Arthur Bashore Mr. Dale Bashore Mr. David Bashore Mr. George Mr. 61 Mrs. Mr. 61 Mrs. Mr. 61 Mrs. Bashore Harold E. Bashore Miles Bashore Curtis Batdorf Kathy 61 jonathan Batdorf Miss Rita Bardorf Mr. 61 Mrs. Allen Batz 61 Family Mr. Thomas R. Baver Mr. james R. Beaniesderfer Miss Nancy Mr. 61 Mrs. Mr. 61 Mrs. Mr. 61 Mrs. Mr. 61 Mrs. Mr. 61 Mrs. Mr. 61 Mrs. Mr. 61 Mrs. Mr. 61 Mrs. Mr. john D. Mr. 61 Mrs. Mr. 61 Mrs. A. Beamesderfer Robert I. Beamesderfer Mark Bechtold Guy Behney Theodore Behney Harry Beidler Nelson Beidler Leroy Bender Monroe Bender Benjamin Walter Berger john Bixler Mr. Carl Blatt Mr. Richard Blatt Mr. 61 Mrs. Mr. 61 Mrs. Mr. 61 Mrs. Mr. 61 Mrs. Mr. 61 Mrs. Dennis Boyer john Bricker George F. Brommer Herman Bross Calvin Brown 61 Family Mr. Earl L. Brown Miss Karen R. Brown Miss Maxine Brown Mr. 61 Mrs. Raymond Brumbach Mr. 61 Mrs. Allen Burkey Dr. 61 Mrs. W. Wilson Carvell Mr. 61 Mrs. Harold Caskie Mr. 61 Mrs. William Cavalier The Centurys Class of ,G7 Mr. 61 Mrs. A. Clements Mr. 61 Mrs. Ralph Clemson Mr. 61 Mrs. Franklin Cocks jane 61 Lee Cocks Mr. 61 Mrs. Richard Daub Mr. 61 Mrs. Walter D. Daub Mr. 61 Mrs. Nelson Davidheiser Mrs. Herman Degler Mrs. Grace Deisemann Mr. Donald M. DeLong Mr. 61 Mrs. Mark G. DeLong Mrs. Lois L. Deppen Mr. 61 Mrs. Harry DePugh Miss Louise E. Derr Mr. 61 Mrs. Curtis Dieffenbach Mr. Bill Dodge Mr. 61 Mrs. Harry Ebling Mrs. Mark Eckert Mr. 61 Mrs. Robert Edris Mr. 61 Mrs. George Eisenbrown Mr. 61 Mrs. Ray Eisenhower Miss janet Evans Mr. 61 Mrs. Lester D. Evans, jr. Miss Susie Evans Mr. 61 Mrs. Clayton R. Farnsworth Mr. 61 Mrs. Calvin Fisher Mr. George Flanagan Mr. 61 Mrs. joseph Fox Mr. 61 Mrs. Harry M. Frantz Mr. 61 Mrs. Lewis Frantz Mr. 61 Mrs. Martin A. Frantz Mrs. M. Lillian Frantz Mr. Sz Mrs. Mr. Sz Mrs. Mr. Sz Mrs. Mr. Sz Mrs. Mr. Sz Mrs. Mr. Sz Mrs. Raymond Cassert Quentin Cettle Ephraim Cibbel Richard Cibbel Wfalter Gier john Cogets Mrs. Sz Mrs. Charles Cood Mr. Sz Mrs. Mr. Sz Mrs. Marvin Craeif Carl Craver Miss Christina M. Culko Mr. Sz Mrs. Mr. Sz Mrs. Charles E. Hagg Ralph W. Haag Mr. Randall C. Haag Rev Sz Mrs. Mr. Sz Mrs. Mr. Sz Mrs. Mr. Sz Mrs. Allen Happe Robert R. Harner John Hasslcr Richard Hassler Mr. Sz Mrs. Harold Heffelfinger Sz Son Mr. Sz Mrs. Mr. Sz Mrs. Mr. Sz Mrs. Mr. Sz Mrs. Henry A. Heiflefinger Frank C. Henderson Claude Herrington Roy Herrington Miss Ruth E. Herrington Mr. Sz Mrs. Charles Hiester Mrs. Sz Mrs. Russell Hiester Mr. Sz Mrs. Harvey Hill, Ir. Mr. Sz Mrs. Curtis Himmelberger Miss Edith Mr. Sz Mrs. Mr. Sz Mrs Himmelberger Sterling E. Hoffman Harold H. Hollenbach Mr. Sz Mrs. Levi Hoppman Mr. Stevie Mr. Sz Mrs. Mr. Sz Mrs. Mr. Sz Mrs. Huber Evan Jackson William H. Kaiser Charles M. Kalbach Miss Denice Kalbach Mr. Sz Mrs. Mr. Sz Mrs. Mr. Sz Mrs. Denton H. Kalbach NValter Kantner Orwin Keeney Miss Marcia Kintzer Mrs. Edith I. Kirkhoff Mr. Sz Mrs. Charles Klahr Mr. Sz Mrs. Miss Helen Mr. Sz Mrs Paul S. Klein M. Kline . Howard R. Kline Miss Janet Kline Judie Sz Debra Kline Mr. Karl H. Kline Mr. Larry M. Kline Miss Polly D. Kline Mr. Sz Mrs. VVarren S. Kline Mr. Sz Mrs. Alvin Knoll Mr. lay Knoll Mr. Sz Mrs. Earl C. Koenig Miss Carol Krammes Mr. Sz Mrs. Elmer Krammes Mr. Sz Mrs. Harold L. Kremser, I Mr. Sz Mrs. VVilliam A. Lake Rev. Sz Mrs. Frank H. Layser Mr. lim Lengle Miss Cassia A. Lewis Mr. Carl Long Loring Studios Mr. Sz Mrs. Nelson Light Mr. Sz Mrs. Paul A. Luckenbill Mr. Sz Mrs. Edgar Lutz Mr. Sz Mrs. Robert Lyon Mr. Sz Mrs. Charles Madenford Mr. Sz Mrs. Carl Marberger Mr. Sz Mrs. Forrest Marks Mr. Sz Mrs. Harold Matthew Mr. joe McCarthy Mr. Sz Mrs. Clarence NV. Mengel Miss Susan Mengel Mr. Sz Mrs. Arlan L. Merkel Mr. Ronald P. Merkel Mr. Sz Mrs. Warren P. Merkel Mr. Sz Mrs. Earl Merkey Miss Faye Merkey Miss Mary R. Merkey Mr. Sz Mrs. Ray Merkey Miss Gayle Meyer Miss Mary C. Meyer Mr. Sz Mrs. Sterling K. Meyer Mr. Sz Mrs. Kenneth Miller Mrs. Lily Miller Sz Family Mr. Sz Mrs. Russel Miller Mr. Bruce Moore Mr. Sz Mrs. NVilliam A. Moore Mr. Sz Mr. William Moore Mr. Sz Mrs. Robert H. Mountz Miss Joan Noecker Mr. Sz Mrs. YVillis H. Nolt Mr. Sz Mrs. Steve Olesh Mr. Sz Mrs. Mike Orendo Mr. Sz Mrs. Larry Owens Miss Mary L. Peiffer Mr. Chris Peters Mr. Sz Mrs. Elmer K. Pyle Ronald Smith 61 Family Mr. 61 Mrs. Mr. 61 Mrs. Lawrence Ramberger Mr. 61 Mrs. Clarence Reber Mrs. Earl Reeser Mr. 61 Mrs. Albert Reiner Mr. Henry C. Reinoehl Mr. 61 Mrs. Larry E. Rentschler Mr. 61 Mrs. George Reppert, Sr. Mr. Marvin Rissinger Mr. 61 Mrs. Russell Roth Mr. Steven G. Roth Mrs. Clarence Royer Mr. 61 Mrs. George Ruth Mr. 61 Mrs. Richard Ruth Mr. 61 Mrs. Robert Ruth Mr. Michael Scarpignato Mr. 61 Mrs. Earl S. Schaeffer Miss Carol Schilling Miss Nancy Schilling Mr. 61 Mrs. Mr. 61 Mrs. Mr. 61 Mrs. Mr. 61 Mrs. Mr. 61 Mrs. Mr. 61 Mrs. Herman C. Schilling Luther Schlappich Samuel Schlappig Clayton Schmehl Claude C. Schneck Frank Schott 61 Shirley Mr. 61 Mr. Earl Schrack Mr. Richard L. Schrack Mr. 61 Mrs. Samuel Schwartz Mr. 61 Mrs. Miles A. Seidel Mr. 61 Mrs. Gerald Seiler Mr. 61 Mrs. Russell Shaak Mrs. Myrtle Shaak Mr. 61 Mrs. Paul Sheetz Mr. 61 Mrs. Harry VV. Shilling Mr. 61 Mrs. Robert E. Shilling Mr. Stanton Shilling Mr. 61 Mrs. Doyle Showers Mr. 61 Mrs. Larry I. Sitler Mr. 61 Mrs. Aaron Smith Miss Evelyn Smith Mr. 61 Mrs. Mr. Robert Mr. 61 Mrs. Mr. 61 Mrs. Mr. 61 Mrs. Mr. 61 Mrs. Mr. 61 Mrs. Geroge C. Snyder, Ir. A. Snyder Clarence Spannuth George Spannuth Roy Spannuth, Ir. Paul Speicher Edwin Stamm Bill 61 Mary Ellen Stewart Miss Mary E. Stewart Mrs. Mary K. Stewart Mr. 61 Mrs. Mr. 61 Mrs. Mr. 61 Mrs. Mr. 61 Mrs. Mr. 61 Mrs Carl L. Stoltz Donald Stoudt Harold C. Stoudt VVallace Stoudt William Strauser Mr. james Strauss Mrs. Morris Strauss Mr. David Stricker Mr. 61 Mrs. Edgar Stricker Mr. Ronald Sutherly Mrs. Elmer Swartz Mr. Dennis Sweigart Mr. 61 Mrs. Clarence Sweitzer Mr. Karol A. Symanowicz Mr. 61 Mrs. Clayton Tobias Mr. 61 Mrs. George E. Tobias Mr. George E. Tobias, Ir. Mr. 61 Mrs. Ernest P. Troutman Mr. lvan L. Troutman Miss Ioan Troutman Mr. 61 Mrs. jacob A. Tryon Miss Phyllis Tryon Mr. di Mrs. jacob Ulrich, Ir. Miss janet Ulrich Mr. Kenneth R. Ulrich Mr. 61 Mrs. Robert Wagner Mr. 61 Mrs. Gene Walmer Miss Ruth Ann Watson Mr. 61 Mrs. Woodrow Weber Mr. 61 Mrs. George Weiders Mr. 61 Mrs. Phaon T. Wenrich Mr. 61 Mrs. Donald Wetzel Mrs. Suzanne Wiggs Mr. 61 Mrs. Carl F. VVilhelm Mr. 61 Mrs. Frederick Wilhelm Miss LaVerne Wilhelm Mr. 61 Mrs. Carl Winter Mr. 61 Mrs. Daniel Witman Mr. Michael F. Witman Mr. 61 Mrs. Mr. 61 Mrs. Mr. 61 Mrs. Mr. 61 Mrs. Mr. 61 Mrs. Mr. 61 Mrs. Ralph C. VVitman Oliver Yenser Allen L. Zerbe Eliot Ziegler Emmanuel Ziegler Kenneth Ziegler Miss Linda R. Ziegler Miss Loretta K. Ziegler A Friend V., 5 . ,H K , . ,ffm iff 55:5 Eitggsizf f' 2 iiiiifggf , x4f'lfi251f'f: x f 5'Q"fS"'.f'LL6'i M S wwf S I r 1,551 2, , 3 ,, , c" Q., -., 1 t 'N 4 -1. .. 1 5 " A J 'vi' - . ' f , ' r -v'-f. ' 3 . . ..-- ...x,..f1,., 4, U 4 -. , . ,. . ,K . qs, . . 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