Tulpehocken High School - Yearbook (Bernville, PA)

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P SI . . . so those of you dissenting and who without repenting, travel to the beat of that different drumg blossom then and seek the sun and with the conquest done, come follow me in eternity . . s 1 1 1 4 4 1 5 12 I I i P 13 awww we 1, K IN . . . and when they ask, "what do you want to be, now that you know who you are, and have you traveled very far?,' tell them then, "as far as the eyes can see, to fields of strawber- ries whirled, ergo i Want to be . . 15 mf'W5""Af'wwff a man in this World ,A ,Wi nga,-I 59'-N.. 3 Q, fzzf Jziiii, .fig Yu' :MM 12, .. J .af ,K , ,CQQLQ . ' .tg m ' 1-1 1191 " K - ,,r fg .g ',,V . ,.,S, gui.. .V .A MllS1C , ?hm , :Mig . Q . 43 spam A Q 1. . . , 55 sfm DENT LIFE j3 . . 76 AD M1N1 STRAf1i1cjN QQ. . 96 UNDERcLAssMENQf , . .,.12f4 SENIORS1 Q W l .1144 TE -4. tudent Council One of the most vital organizations of is the Student Council. A student from each section of every grade is represented in the council. These representatives are elected during the third Week of school in fall. The Student Council wishes to develop attitudes of, and practice in good citizenship. Members also hope to improve school morale, assist in the man- agement of the school, provide a forum for student expression, provide orderly direction of school ac- i tivities, and promote the general welfare of the school. All powers are delegated to the Student Council by the school administration. Any acts may be re- jected by the principal. The council meets bi- monthly. Activities sponsered by this group are diversified. Several dances held throughout the school term are Seated: Donna Craeff, Eunice Doutrich, Donna Mer- kel, Sharon Brumbach, Sheila Miller, Rosemary Dc- Long, Diane Kehler, Debra Dubbs, Rowena Henne, Debra Kline. Standing: Michael Dosch, Glenn Bal- thaser, Edward Stump, Mr. Robert Hamer, Michael Hinnnelreich, Raymond Bashore, Michael Steinberg, Clarence Sweitzer, Theodore Zerbe. Michael Himlnelreich. VicefPres.g Donna Craefl, Sec.g Edward Stump, Pres, supported by the Student Council. Other items of importance are: organizing the talent show and scheduling sock hops and pep rallies. The latter is planned in conjunction with the Pep Club. The students' Wants and needs are the concern of the council, which attempts to satisfy these desires. Members of the council strive to produce re- sponsible citizens in our growing World. . Iwi , ef s., V, t' 'ltiit?f'tss".i .'iW' as 5 A ' V Mr. Robert R. Hafner, Adviser. 21 jackie Clay carefully examines one of the new books. Llbrar Club A good library is of great importance to any educa- tional institution. The true value of a library depends on more than the amount of books that are housed within its walls. These books must be readily available to the individual who has need of them. For this rea- son good librarians are a vital part of a library. The Library Club is a service organization designed to provide assistance for the librarian. Some of these helpful services performed by the members are: regis- tering books, decorating bulletin boards and show- cases, and cataloguing the new books. The interest stimulated by this club, hopefully will cause many to consider careers as librarians. Students in grades nine through twelve are eligible to join the organization. Another requirement is the maintainence of average grades in school work. At present the total membership is 68. Special activities of the Library Club include: a tea held for the faculty in order to familarize them with the new books, and a picnic at the end of the school year. They also participate in the celebration of Na- tional Library Week and Book Week. 22 First Row: Frantz, R. Olesh, L. Dombroski, B. Roth, D. Zerbe, B. Hetrick, Barnett, L. Hess, D. Hoffman, B. Wagner, C. Knabb, C. Wealand, K. Kreiser, D. Wayne, T. Suski. Second Row: D. Craeff, D. Yeakley, D. Edris, D. Craeff, D. Farnsworth, M. Kolar, D. Merkel, R. Morgan, S. Miller, D. Fox, S. Hetrick, M. Dombroski, S. Simmons, S. Astin, C. Weatherholtz, S. Zim- merman, M. Brossman, L. Landis. Third Row: Mrs. Riegel, M. Hiester, P. Bohn, G. Kennedy, D. Bohn, M. Gogets, S. Moyer L, Weaver, D. Fritz, Kreiser, B. Marks, M. Peters, P. Moyer D. Zimmerman, B. Wise. Fourth Row: B. Rudy, R. Kieffer, P Reifsnyder, B. Moyer, C. Behler, B. Billman, 1. Carpenter, D Cechter, Himmelreich, D. Cibble, T. Luckenbill, B. Speicher T. Zerbe, M. Eckert. Mrs. Florence A. Riegel, Adviser. Seated: Shirley Moyer, Sec., Darlene Bohn, Treas. Standing: Ianice Frantz, Pres., Betty Rudy, Vice-Pres. s Future Teachers f America The Future Teachers of America provides the aspiring teacher with an insight into the challeng- ing career of teaching. Through lectures and group discussions the student receives informa- tion on the problems and rewards encountered in the profession. He may also ascertain the educa- tional requirements needed for his particular area of interest. A member of the F.T.A. gains firsthand experi- ence through student teaching. After choosing the class of his interest, he Works out a detailed lesson plan for the subjects he will teach. The sopho- mores are limited in this capacity in that they ob- serve a teacher and his methods of teaching. Iu- 1 Evervone must roast his own hot dog at the F.T.A plcnlc Vickie Hollenbach, Asst. Hist.g Phyllis Ernst, Sec.g Mary Gogets, Pres.g Ioan Rudy, Vice-Pres.g Ianice Frantz, Hist. 24 9-5- WWE i First Row: B Mohn, Nfl. Go ets M. Brossman B. Marks P . . g ., '. , , . Moyer, L. Frantz, V. Miller, S. Edris, R. Reifsnyder, L. Wayne, K Rudy. Second Row: L. WVetzel, C. Riegel, K. Manbeck, S. Rudy, D. Zimmerman, S. Miller, E. Reifsnyder, M. Zerbe, P. Ernst, D. Kehler. Third Row: B. Rudy, C. Parker, L. Bross, D. nior and senior members teach the class they select. In addition to this, the F.T.A. sponsors various social activities held during the school year. These include an activity night in September, a record hop held in October, and the F.T.A. banquet in May. On the last day of school the club holds its annual picnic, Where members indulge in outdoor activities and good food. Fritz, D. Fox, R. Rohrbach, L. Meyer, D. Rebman, M. Dombro- ski, Kreiser, M, Wilhelm. Fourth Row: Astin, R. DeLong, S. Koller, L. Burkhart, B. DeLong, D. Noecker, V. Hollenbach, M. llollenbach, D. Reifsnyder, L. Boltz, Shilling, Frantz. Fifth Row: E. Stump, K. Parker, S. Reynolds, D. Speicher, L. Ernst. Mrs. Sara B. Clements and Mr. William ll. Kaiser, Advisers. uture Farmers Of America YQRMEQS 0, '71 f 5 fgq-gf-v, '- Pm Ofrrloygj o QA C 0 Ciwlhfff 3 7 'C 14,3 L , 7' , Ccafuufaqg UU Tulpehocken High School is situated in a fertile area of Berks Coimty. Farmlands can be seen in all directions from the school. Many students at T.H.S. reside on farms or in rural areas. Since the pupils live in an agricultural environment, the Ful H ture Farmers of America, is a popular organization. Advisers of this club are Mr. Mike Orendo and Mr. Gerald Seiler. Boys in grades nine through twelve are eligible to join. Membership holds up to three years after graduation. F.F.A. encourages members to develop good farm programs and cooperative enterprises. This organization provides a stimulus for one to develop his character, and above all good citizenship. In addition to this, F.F.A.,s main purpose is to pro- duce rural agricultural leadership. First Row: Ralph Kieffer, Herbert Moyer, Terry Donkel, Iohn Musselman, Lloyd Sensenig, Daniel Berger, Carl Stauffer, George Heck, Timothy Newswanger, Chester Rudy, Dennis Moyer, Dallas Gechter, Barry Moyer, Larry Heifelfinger. Second Row: Bryan Crouse, Robert Lash, Clayton Bashore, Gary Emer- ich, Craig Stoudt, jeffrey Etchberger, Troy Rudy, Michael Or- endo, lay Batz, Richard Bechtold, Paul Ziegler, Barry Smith, Noel Adams, David Olesh. Third Row: David Zerbe, Morris Fansler, Ronald Stamm, jonathan Olesh, Thomas Valentine, John Brugger, Dennis Buck, Emest VVenrich, Brian Billman, Luke Hiester, David Etchberger, Lester Bashore, Ronald Ritchie, Ter- ry Ney. Fourth Row: Don Broomell, Harvey Krill, jay Crouse, Warren Brown, Galen Newswanger, Dennis Adams, Samuel For- ry, Michael Dosch, Irvin Bare, Donald Emerick, Thomas Trout- man, john Kilousky, Barry Bricker, Calvin Zerbe. Fifth Row: Eric Green. 26 Seated: Paul Ziegler, Chaplaing Galen Newswanger, Brown, Treas.g Donald Emerick. Standing: Mr. Gerald Sentinelg Ronald Stamm, Reporterg jay Crouse, Vice- Seiler, Adviserg Michael Dosch, John Kilousky, Mr. Pres.g Harvey Krill, Pres.g Samuel Forry, Sec.g Warren Mike Orendo, Adviser. Special activities presented throughout l A the year include: a parent-son banquet, an 4 'V assembly program during National F.F.A. f ." Week, and a chicken barbecue on the last l lil - ' 1"Al U day of school. ,.1 5 fi, L fmt mix, A, I . we -wi e if V W r I ,ff ,I r If " I, ,ff 4 E Mary Gogets presents an F.F.A. jacket to the new sweet- During National F.F.A. Week the members put on an as heart, Lucille Weaver. sembly program for the student body. 27 Future Business Leaders One of the newly organized clubs at T.H.S., the Future Business Leaders of America, is composed of students interested in a career in business. The organizationls main purpose is to develop a deep interest in the participation of Worthy under- takings beneficial to both business and the commu- nity. On the individual basis, they are hopeful of producing competent business leadership and strong self-confidence in themselves and their work. There are presently twenty-three members in the f merica organization. The officers are: Mary Gogets, presi- dentg Shirley Moyer, vice-presidentg Sheila Miller, secretaryg Susan Schaeffer, treasurerg and Darlene Bohn, reporter. Mrs. Edelman and Mrs. Guthrie are the advisers. The organization has athliations with the state and national F.B.L.A. Planned special activities for this year include participating in regional and state meetings. The members also hope to serve by working on various community and school projects. First Row: Mrs. Leonora Guthrie, Pamela Bohn, Dar- Third ROW: Mary Hiester, Deborah Kline. Judy Zerhe. en Craetf, Darlene Bohn, Donna Craeff, Mrs. Susan Nancy Anderson, Carol NVeatherholtz, Fourth Row: Edelnran, Second Row: Cynthia Brown, Deborah Shirley Zimmerman, Zella Stauffer, Linda Steiger- Yeakley, Donna Edris, Shirley Moyer, Mary Cogets. Wald, Rifil R0h1'l7i1Ch, Sheila Miller- Jacqueline Clay, Treas.g Mrs. Irene Haag, Adviserg jean Schmehl, Sec. Future Nurses merica Beverly Schaeffer, Pres.g Dianne Kehler, Vice-Pres.g Mrs. Betty Or- endo. Adviser. 29 In spite of countless discoveries and cures in the field of medicine, there is still a great demand for nurses in today's world. The interest in nursing among a number of stu- dents resulted in the formation of a new club for T.H.S., the Future Nurses of America. It is com- posed of juniors and seniors interested in nursing. Although most members are actually considering a future career as a professional or practical nurse, other members may have interests,in various other aspects of the vast nursing field. Debate Club First Row: Sydney Astin, Betty Rudy, Mr. Samuel Schwartz, Mr. Michael Scarpig- nato, Barbara May, Cary Kline. Second Row: Kirk Parker, Michael Sternberg, Glenn Dieffenbach, Ken Cehris. The individual's ability to face controversial matters is aroused in the Debate Club. Freedom of speech enables anyone to voice his opinions or make an honest attempt to answer intellectually. Mr. Schwartz and Mr. Scarpignato advise this club, which consists of twelve members. Throughout the year the club sponsors one or two debate assemblies. Stock Club Ken Gehris, I2-2's stock club representative. In today's world of rapidly rising economy, more people than ever before are making investments in businesses. The students of today, who are tomorrow's stockholders, need to be familiar with the complex world of the stock market. In order to familiarize the students with this business as- pect, the Stock Club was formed. During the seniorls study of economics, attention is focused on the function of the stock- market, making investments, and analyzing partic- ular firms. Through this club the seniors gain knowledge and expe- rience in making decisions. In so doing the Stock Club Michael Dosch and Mr. Scarpignato thoroughly study the helps the business World of tomorrow, ticker tape. 30 Each year at Tulpehocken High School, a group of girls is chosen from the senior class to serve as the school hostesses. These girls are chosen on the basis of outstand- ing scholastic achievement. Among the many duties of a hostess are at- tending all school functions, distri- buting the programs, collecting of- ferings, and serving as ushers, as Well as performing the duties con- nected with the school assembly programs. ll il lf First Row: Betty Mohn, Beverly Schaeffer, joan Himmelreich, Shirley Moyer, Janice Frantz. Second Row: Rebecca Reifsnyder, Ioan Rudy, Mary Gogets, Darlene Bohn, Linda Wayne. Hostesses The Student Store is a necessary part of each studentis World. Like most stores, it is operated in the hope of making a profit. This profit goes into the senior class, treasury, where it will help the seniors gain their class trip. However, the Student Store also strives to create more school spirit by selling such items as school sweatshirts, school notebooks, and school beanies. oofeir r gr... Darlene Bohn, Shirley Moyer, Mary Gogets, Mrs. Susan Edelman fmissingj, Adviser tudent tore Fire Marshals Working eiliciently and swiftly to insure safe and proper evacuation of the building in the event of fire is the rnain objective of the Fire Marshals. Having been trained by a representative of the Bernville Fire Company, theyare a vital link in the safety of the student body and the school. Kirk Parker is ready for action just in case it is not a practice fire drill. 4- 7.9-M First Row: Betty Mohn, Linda Bross, Dorothy Fritz, Mary Cogets. Second Row: Bruce Billman, Ken Cehris, Walter Lash, Kirk Parker, David Yanosik, Stephen Reynolds, Dale Cibble. Third Row: Douglas Kohr, LeRoy Reed, Rodney Speicher, Donald Emerick, Edward Stump, Ronald VVan- 32 ner, NVarren Brown, Michael Dosch. Fourth Row: Lee Groil, Lauren Ernst, james Beainesderfer, Richard Davis, Da- vid Speicher, Michael Evans, Glenn Balthaser, Craig Showers. i udio i Visual With the demands for use of films, slides, records, and the like by modern education of today, students trained in the op- eration and proper maintenance of audio visual equipment are necessary for Tulpehocken High School. M1'. Scheirer and Mr. Orendo advise these students. Two students per class are eligible. After training sessions they are capable of operating the equipment when requested for use in various classes. An ultimate goal of the audio visual group is to have stu- dent trainers and a slate of officers. Bruce Billman aids Mr. Schwartz by se- curing the necessary audio visual equip- ment for him. Kneeling: Lester Feick, Dennis Buck, Mr. Scheirer, Mr. Orendo, Lloyd Sensenig, Ralph Kieffer, Dennis Moyer, Bryon Crouse. Second Row: john Olesh, Troy Rudy, Paul Ziegler, Ann Strauss, Mary Kolar, Shirley Moyer. Donna Merkel, Carol Strausser, Delira Faruswortli. George Heck, Nlorris Fansler, Kirk Barnett. Irvic Frantz. Third Row: Richard Bcchtold, Lauren Ernst, Kirk Parker. David Etchlxerger, Ronald Stamin, Dale Gilible. Fourth Row: Bruce Billman, Charles Bressler, Samuel Forry, Lester Billman. Fifth Row: Earl Dosch. Larry Farnsworth. James Hay. llayinond Basliore, Irving Brcssler. 33 "Girls Will First Row: Betty Mohn, Mary Gogets, Susan Schaeffer, Linda Wayne, Marjorie Wilhelm, Dianne Kehler. Second Row: Richard Delp, Glenn Dieffenbach, Carl Brown, Rodney Speicher, Michael Sternberg, Edward Stump, Miss Margaret Beidler. "Girls Will Be Girls" is a three act comedy by Donald Payton. It concerns the hilarious predicament that Betty Lou Maxwell, and her friend, Bernadine Smith, incur upon the Maxwell family, which almost costs John Maxwell his newly acquired position as head of the citizens' committee. It all starts with a letter sent by the girls to a love-lorn columnist, Vester Blayne. And thus the chain of events be- gins that throws the whole Maxwell household into mass hysteria. First, Miss Blayne informs Mrs. Maxwell of her daughter's problem, and Mr. Maxwell accidently makes ad- vances towards Miss Blayne, much to the disbelief of Mrs. Maxwell. Then we have the girls, along with Wilbur and Hercules, acting insane in front of Mr. Moore, current head of the citizens' committee, and Del Marshall, whom they believe to be a real marshal coming to get them. And finally, the accusing of Mr. Moore as being Betty Lou's lov- er by Miss Blayne and Aunt Mary. However, as can be expected, the playis Hnal note is a happy one. All are reconciled with the help of Craig Moore and Connie Maxwell, and Mr. Maxwell becomes the new head of the citizens' committee. 34 Miss Margaret Beidler, Director. Be Girlsv "Hark! Mother told me not to." "I think lid better take her for a walk now. She always goes to the zoo at this time of the evening." "Is-is she like this all of the time?" Mr. Maxwell . . . Mrs. Maxwell .... Connie Maxwell. . Betty Lou Maxwell. . . Wilbur Maxwell. . Bernadine Smith. . Hercules Nelson. . Mr. Moore ...... Craig Moore . . . Del Marshall . . . Aunt Mary. . . Miss Blayne .... 35 CAST . . Richard Delp . . . . Betty Mohn Marjorie Wilhelm . . . Mary Gogets Glenn Dieffenbach . . Dianne Kehler . . . . Carl Brown . Edward Stump Michael Sternberg . . Rodney Speicher . Susan Schaeffer . . Linda Wayne But I thought you said something about a petrified-" x "If you don't stop this very instant, Mr. Maxwell, I'm going to-" "Isn't there any way to stop him?" Kneeling: Lester Feick, Lloyd Sensenig, Ralph Kieffer, Troy Rudy, Paul Ziegler, Scott Keener, Lester Billinan, Clen Dieffenbach, Bruce Billman, Galen Newswanger. Standing: Mr. Orendo, Mr. Kremser, Mike Evans, Craig Showers, Earl Dosch, Lauren Ernst, Kirk Parker, XVarren Brown, jay Crouse, Richard Bechtold, Dale Cibble. tage Crew The stage crew works behind the scenes dur- ing stage performances such as assemblies, and the senior play. The members of this group serve by regulating the sound, varying and in- tensifying the lighting effects, and moving scen- ery and props. Efficient performance of these duties results in the fullest enjoyment of the program for the audience. The group is advised by Mr. Kremser and Mr. Orendo. 37 Scott Keener proficiently controls the lighting ef- fects. Iliad tafl First Row: Edward Stump, Rebecca Olesh, Lorraine Dombroski, Betty Rudy, Rita Morgan, Beth Oberly, Debra Kline, Pat Syma- nowicz, Michael Sternberg. Second Row: Darlene Zerbe, Linda Steigerwald, Nancy Anderson, Judy Zerbe, Michele Mohring, Karen Zerbe, Mary Ann Brossman, Linda Hess. Third Row: Cin- Talented Pat Symanowicz skillfully pre- pares the art work for the Iliad. dy Brown, Mary Ann Hiester, Diane Fox, Carol Weatherholtz, Shirley Zimmerman, Sidney Astin, Linda Landis, Shirley Sim- mons, Lena Boltz, Mary Ann Dombroski. Fourth Row: James Himmelreich, Randy Miller, Stanley Fitterling, Thomas Lucken- bill, Franklin Billman, David Gibble, Curtis Behler. Ed Stump puts the finishing touches on his book review. Mr. Iohn Feaser, Mrs. Leonora Guthrie, Advisers. Advisers oversee the final reproduction of copy. A foremost literary endeavor at our high school is the school newspaper. It is the result of much time and effort on the part of editors, staff mem- bers and advisers. The Iliad is an overall coverage of school activi- ties. One major responsibility of all members is the meeting of deadlines. A special feature is the ex- change news of other school newspapers. The edi- tors and staff attempt to improve each issue, and from this effort, they hope to produce a publica- tion of which the entire school can be proud. EDITOR First Row: Lorraine Dombroski, Sidney Astin, Betty Rudy, Patricia Syma- nowicz, Mary Arm Dombroski. Second Row: Stanley Fitterling, Edward Stump, Michael Stemberg. 39 Betty Mohn, loan Rudy, Co-editors. X Mrs. Pearl Kline, Mr. Sterling Hoflinan, Advisers. Dardanian taff Marjorie XVilhel1n. Michael Sternlnerg. Student Life Division. W5 ,i,g 1 Broxton Division. 40 Sl'iern1an. Ianicc Frantz. Sports The class of '68 will always want to cherish the mem- ories of their final year. The contents of the 1968 Dardanian are so designed to present these recollections I through pictures. ' The initial work commenced after the formation of the staff in the spring of 1967, with Mr. Hoffman and Mrs. Kline as advisors. Some of the members attended a yearbook convention held at Hershey, Penna., which helped to familiarize the staff with many of the aspects of creating a good yearbook. Summer meetings enabled the staff to decide on a theme and to organize the basic skeletal framework. XVhen school began, greater challenges were intro- duced as the staff worked hard to meet its deadlines. As any member of the staff will confirm, producing a yearbook requires much work, but the final outcome is very rewarding. VVriting good copy is a hard and tedious job. Ronald VVanner, Kirk Parker. l'hotographers. 41 Mary Gogets, Beverly Schaeffer. Edward Stump, Re- becca Reifsnyder, Club Division. Shirley Moyer, Darlene Bohn, Typisls, First Row: Sydney Astin, Sharon Gernsheimer, Doreen Noecker, Dorothy Fritz, Deborah Reif- snyder. Second Row: Diane Fox, Betty Rudy, David Speicher, Rita Rohrbach, Vickie Hollenbach. unior Dardanian Staff A new idea used this year was the addition of 11th grade understudies. They helped with some of the minor tasks and thereby gained some knowl- edge of producing a yearbook before they are actually faced with forming their own book. This should prove to make the work of the advisors easier when the staff of the 1969 Dardanian be- gins functioning. They will already be familiar with all aspects involved in creating a yearbook. Identifying pictures is part of a junior staff member's job l 1 -wwf Hard ork Produces At the beginning of each school year, uniforms must be issued to the band members, The band serves as a form of expression for those stu- dents who are musically inclined. It also provides listening enjoyment for those who attend the annual concert and parades. However, concert quality is not achieved without a great amount of work. The musician must work diligently to prepare his own portion of the program so that when he performs with the group, he will blend in and execute his part properly. The excellence of the band is determined by the individ- ual, according to how willing he is to sacrifice time and ef- sfort to maintain a level of efficiency. His only reward is the satisfaction of a performance well-done. This year the marching band participated in three pa- rades. The first, on September 30, was at the Pretzel Bowl 44- Great ound game at Albright College. The annual pageantry consists of a parade in Reading in the morning, and half-time cere- mony in which all participants mass together to play three marches. In May, the band took part in Memorial Day parades held in Bernville and Frystown. No doubt, the musical feature of the year is the Night of Music. This year, in order to prepare a program more wor- thy of the publicis attention, a Weekly, morning rehearsal was added. Those who attended the 7:30 A. M. sessions found that it served to improve the general sound of the band. Highlighting this yearls program were such numbers as "Clarinet Candyf' "Diversion," and "Night Beatf' fea- turing the majorettes. 45 Many band members attended the early morn- ing rehearsals. 1 First Row: Vickie Hollenbach, Ioeni- ta Shilling, Marianne Zerbe, Eliz- abeth Reifsnyder, Ioan Rudy. Second Row: Brenda Marks, Susan Edris, Carol Rebman, Marilee Eckert, Christine Riegel, Rebecca Reifsnyder. First Row: Michele Stoudt, Linda Wayne, Linda Rross, Betty Boltz, Marjorie WVilhelm, Dale Cibble. Sec- ond Row: Elaine Boltz, Linda Frantz, Deborah Reifsnyder, Rita Rohrbach, Brian Melito, Kirk Bar- nett, jeff Barnett, Third Row: Dianne Rebman, Linda Meredith, Louise Wetzel, Janice Frantz, Marcia Turk, Beverly Schaeffer, Donna Napp, Dorothy Fritz, Ruth Ann Leisy. First Row: Sandra Rudy, jean Schmehl, Phyllis Ernst, Dennis Keeney, Dorothy Wilhelm. Second Row: Kaye Manbeck, Michael Klahr, jay Batz, Stephen Reynolds, Glenn Noecker, Lauren Ernst. First Row: Theodore Zerbe, Iohn Willhoyte, Glenn Balthaser, Peter Reifsnyder. Second Row: Keith Stein, Stephen Henderson, Kenneth Showers, Craig Showers. Third Row: Deborah Kieffer,William Reb- man, Glenn Dierfenbach. First Row: james Beamesderfer, Rich- ard Reber, Lynn Schaeffer, Robert Eisenbrown, George Wagner. Sec- ond Row: john Porto, Doreen Noecker, Bruce Mindy, Linda Myer, Kevin Zellers. First Row: Thomas Shiner, Bryan Rainbow, Irving Bressler, Lee Groff, Kim Groff, Michael Orendo. Second Row: Norman Heister, John Wen- rich, Cory Seaman, Philip Madeira, Pamela Gassert, Brian Speicher, Paul Ziegler, Gary DeLong, Ken Gehris. J? 4-if MAIORETTES f':'N f f"'s, ff? Sheila Miller, Marianne Zerbe, Darlene Bohn, Gwen Parker, Pauline Smith, Sharon Brumbach, With their precision and sparkling routines, the band front serves as an attractive prelude to the marching band. The color guard and the flag twirlers display the colors representative of Tulpehocken. The latter also, with the majorettes, perform routines which delight the spectators. Dianne Kehler works diligently to improve her part of the performance. 48 Darlene Bohn and Sharon Brumhach practice their routine for "Night Beat". , I f , a 1 Ei +2 COLOR GUARD Donna Zimmerman, Lucille Weaver, Sharon Snyder, Linda Leisey, Rebecca Reifsnyder, Nancy Marks Ceorgene Kennedy, Linda Stoudt, Susan Schaeffer. FLAC TWIRLERS Mary Cogets, Dianne Kehler, Rosemary DeLong, Sharon Miller, Pamela Bohn, Sharon Gernsheimer. 49 The pep lumcl udcls ai hit of sparkle to the pep rallies. The pep hand adds to the din and vigor of THS's pep rallies. It sets the beat for teani songs and aids the cheerleaders in gaining student vocal participation. The pep hand works in conjunction with Miss Beicller, clleerleuclel' ziclviser. PEP BAND First Row: Mr. llarolfl Krcinscr, Ioan Rucly. Xlilliani ltelmiun. Glenn Dicltenlmcli. Riclizircl lielmer. Iamcs Beaniesderfer. John Porto. Christine Riegel. Second Row: Keith Stein. Ken Cehris. Cory Scaimin. Norman lliester, Deborah Rcifsnyclcr. Linda Bross, Dorothy Fritz. Beverly Scliuei'l'er, Janice Frantz, Linda Xlliyiic. Third How: john Xlilllioyte. Craig Sliowcrs, Glenn Bultlmsui-. Kenneth Showers. Irving Bresslcr, Lauren Ernst. Phyllis Ernst. jean Sclnnchl. Saiidrn ltnnly. 50 2 l BAND OFFICERS Seated: N1ilI'iiiIIIlC Zcrlxe, Sec. Standing: Marjorie X'Vlll'lClIIl. Presg Mr. Ilan'- olcl Krcinscr, Dircctorg Glenn Dicffenlvacli, Vice-Pres. 5111 Kreinser proudly displays the trophies awarded to the band. 51 For the past few years Rebecca Reifsnyder has partici- pated in County Band, District Band. Regional Band and also County Orcliestra. Chorus Is the First Row: C. Riegel, L. Frantz, V. Miller, K. Bashore, C Reiner, S. Snyder, L. NVeaver, M. Brossman, P. Moyer, L Zellers, R. Edris, R. Ritchie, K. Parker, D. Reifsnyder, B Darkas, N. Spitler, R. Qlesh, R. Bicher, E. Reifsnyder, B. Wise, C. Bashore, A. Strauss, M. Zerbe, Mr. Kremser. Sec ond Row: M. Kolar, L. Bicher, S. Miller, D. Zimmerman L. Wayne, D. Edris, D. Craeff, B. Marks, K, Manbeck, L. Chorus members carefully examine potential muslc for the Christmas concert. 52 Reed, Willhoyte, M. Hiester, V. Hollenbach, R. DeLong, B. Rudy, C. Strauser, M. Cogets, D. VVenger, L. Boltz, E. Doutrich. Third Row: M. Cutshall, D. Brossman, S. Edris, L. Weaver, M. Hoffman, B. Schaeffer, S. Moyer, D. Bohn S. Astin, W. Faust, D. Craeff, B. Rainbow, E. Stump, S Fitterling, N. Hiester, D. Cibble, D. Noecker, B. DeLong, D. Fritz, B. May, R. Rohrbach, D. Kline, M. Wilhelm, D. Students passing through the halls at the west end of the building on a Friday, Hrst period, were often entertained by the sound of the senior cho- rus rehearsing. Formerly 100 voices in number, the group has expanded to 137 because of the in- terest shown by the students. For the Christmas Choral Concert, on Decem- ber 21, the group prepared such difficult selections as "Holiday,', and the "Hallelujah Chorusn from Handel's "The Messiahf, These plus others lent to the holiday spirit at T.H.S. The Chorus also presented half the program for the annual Night of Music, April 5. "And the Glory of the Lordl' and "The Creationi' by Willy Richter highlighted this performance. y Largest Ever Rohrbach, L. Wetzel, L. Hess. Fourth Row: S. Rudy, B. Bare, S. Stamm, L. Meyer, P. Symanowicz, D. Fox, B. Oberly, R Henne, P. Bohn, S. Koller, D. Farnsworth, B. Billman, S. Rey- nolds, D. Speicher, R. Speicher, G. Dieffenbach, L. Schaeffer, R. Morgan, M. Turk, D. Rebman, S. Miller, L. Dombroski, E. Clay, Clay, M. Hollenbach, M. Dubbs, M. Sensenig, L. Landis. Fifth Row: R. Reifsnyder, Schmehl, L. Krill, Kre-4 iser, C. Parker, B. Mohn, S. Edris, S. Simmons, S. Brumbach D. Napp, D. Merkel, F. Bilhnan, S. Henderson, C. Noecker, L Emst, G. Balthaser, R. Bashore, I. Bressler, L. Farnsworth, M Zerbe, G. Kennedy, P. Ernst, Yeakley, Himmelreich, D Kehler, Shilling, Frantz, K. Bashore, Bertram, P. Smith D. Kieffer. Dorothy Fritz and Betty Mohn, accompanists. 53 CHORUS OFFICERS Glenn Dieffcnbach, Prcs.g Mary Clogets, Vice-Pres.g Marcia Turk, Scc.g W'inni0 Faust, Lilmrariang Sydney Astin, Librariang Mr. Harold Kremscr, Director. COUNTY CHORUS Seated: Dorothy Fritz. First Row: Deborah Reifsnyder, Marianne Zerlme, Linda Wayne, Betty Rudy Janice Frantz. Second Row: Glenn Dieffenlmach, Edward Stump, David Speicher, Robert Edris. 54 In growingto be adults? make use of sports as a tool of character building. Physicaltaqdg moral strength result and, win or lose, efforts attitude o t fa I6 the real tests. Ig st.t RT Ioenita Shilling, Center Forwardg Michele Stoudt, Goalie. Linda Krill, Pauline Smith, Inners. Carol Kissling, Linda Bross, Wings. Girls Have Dismal Season The Trojanettes experienced a discouraging 1-1-4 season this year. They were late in coming through with the right effort and found the op- position stiff. However, the team is to be Commended, consid- ering the loss of eight of last yearis starters. The girls made valiant efforts, but had to relinquish the Western Division Championship this year. Girls who came through in scoring were Ioenita Shilling and Gloria Breidegam. THS OPPONENT PTS 1 Hamburg 3 1 Conrad Weiser 4 0 S. Valley 2 0 Hamburg 0 0 S. Valley 2 1 Conrad Weiser 0 56 First Row: Susan Edris, Diane Fox, Debra Dubbs, Karen Ba- shore, Michele Mohring, Susan Brown, Susan Edris, Linda Mere- dith. Second Row: Lillian Strauss, Brenda Billman, Carol Kissling, Linda Bross, Maria Hollenbach, Michele Stoudt, Shirley Sim- mons, Gloria Breidegam, Ann Strauss, Ruth Ann Leisey. Third Row: Brenda DeLong, Sandra Stamm, Lena Boltz, Ioenita Shilling, Pauline Smith, Linda Krill, Linda Leisey, Betty Boltz, Mary Hiester, Millie Hollenbach, Linda Meyer, Anita Kiebach, Betty Rudy. Millie Hollenbach, Sandra Stamm, Lena Boltz, Halfbacks. Mary Hiester, Linda Meyer, Fullbacks. Millie Hollenbach, Co-Captaing Miss Linda Edris, Coach, joenita Shilling, C0-C aptain. Mr. Paul Wentling, Mr. Harry Kline, Coaches, ' , '--! S , . ,g K X Trojans Lose Berks The soccer team relinquished the Berks County championship for the first time in seven years. Af- ter getting off to an unaccustomed slow start, the team finished the last five games of the season by winning three and tying two. Overall, the team won three, lost four, and tied two. The boys fought hard and they deserved to win more games than they did. The team will miss the perfor- mances of four members of the backfield next year -Harold Noll, Larry Farnsworth, Mike Brungart, and Glenn Balthaser, and lineman Dennis Schucker. However, the rest of the team is young and promises to be in the thick of things next year. Larry Zellers, Rodney Olesh, john Schaeffer, Dennis Schucker, Dennis Boehmer, Linemen. 58 Count Championship Harold Noll, Mike Brungart, Filllbucks. Michael Ilimmelreich, Mike Orendo, Coalies Larry Furmworth, LeRoy DeLong, Glenn Bzllthaser, Ilulfimcks. 59 7? 3 v a i E 2 -First Row: james Himmelreich, Dennis Keeney, Elvin Shilling, Curtis Behler, Richard Balthaser, Gregory Zerbe, Iohn VVillhoy- te, Richard Delp. Second Row: Jeffrey Barnett, Bruce Billman, Scott Keener, jonathan Olesh, Lee Groff, Rodney Olesh, Terry Staulfer, john Schaeffer, Larry Zellers, Dennis Schuclcer, Harry Larry Zellers, Larry Farnsworth, Co-captains. Hollenbach, Kirk Barnett. Third Row: Michael Orendo, Dennis Boehmer, George Wagner, Glenn Balthaser, Michael Brungart Harold Noll, Eugene Miller, LeRoy DeLong, Larry Farnsworth lay Batz, Thomas Shiner, Brian Melito, Michael Himmelreich. THS 0 1 2 1 3 4 1 3 1 60 OPPONENT Hamburg Kutztown Fleetwood Brandywine Mt. Penn Twin Valley Oley Wilson Conrad Weiser PTS 3 2 3 2 0 0 1 1 1 E ,.......,.....,,,,,k.,,,.,.NM.,.,Hw N . Intramural games are an important part of soccer , practices. A good soccer player must practice diligently. Mike Himmelreich leaps high into the air to save the ball 61 Team Is Able ut Unsuccessful y joenita Shilling. Co-captaing Miss Linda lidris, Coachg Janice , Frantz, Co-captain. THS OPPONENT PTS 13 Schuylkill Valley 49 16 Conrad Weiser 36 23 Hamburg 33 11 Conrad Weiser 35 9 Schuykill Valley 43 8 Hamburg 44 The Trojanettes fought through a de spairing 0-6 season on the basketball court thisuyear. Ability was sufficient, but the girls were unsuccessful against all opponents. The team lacked depth, for only five girls returned from last yearis squad. The majority of the team was comprised of freshmen and sophomoresg so if these girls continue in the future, Miss Edris Will be able to build a stronger team. Karen Bashore leaps for the ball in the game against Ilainhurg. Dorothy NVillielin, Linda Leisey, Sandra Stanini, Ioenita Shilling, Ianice Frantz, Sharon Brumliach. First Row: Ioenita Shilling. Janice Frantz. Second Row: Linda Frantz. Bonnie Baslinrc, Ann Strauss, Vala erie Miller. Ennnzi YYittci's, Nliclicle Stoudt. Third Row: Betty llncly. Carol Kissling. Kathleen Eisen- lurowii. Sandra Stninni. Margo llollniun, Robin Davis, Kathy Batdorf, Miss Linda Edris. Fourth Row: Debra Dulilis, Dorothy XVilhelni, Linda Leiscy, Pamela Kal- bach, Sharon Brumbach, Sharon Miller, Bernadette Croflf Team Defeats X Front to Back: Richard Reber, Iohn Wenrich, Larry Zellers, Harold Noll. Across: Michael Himmelreich, Kenneth Noecker, Lynn Schaeffer, George WVagner. The highlight of a disappointing season was a 53-48 victory over arch rival Elco. The team showed a significant improvement since last year, and next year promises to be even better because only one starter, center Harold Noll, will be lost. The juniors and sophomores on the team this season proved that they have the ability to score points, and they should improve by next season. 64 Arch Rival Mr. George Bromincr, Mr. Harry Kline, Coaches Lynn Schaeffer skillfully makes a basket. jeffrey Whitmoyer, James llimmelreich, Richard Forry, Norman Hiester, Glenn Harrell, Brian Melito, Curtis Behler, Robert Eisenlnrown, Theodore Zerbe, Timothy Reynolds, Glenn Noeckcr, Albert Yanosik. 65 Wrestlers Enter League First Row: Lester Billman, Randal Ross, Bryan Rainbow, Paul Ziegler, Franklin Billman, Barry Moyer. Second Row: jonathan Olesh, Glenn Dieifenbach, Craig Stoudt, john Schaeffer, Cary Kline, Edward Leisey. john Schaeffer, Co-captaing Mr. Edward Crim, Coachg Lester Billman, Co-captain. This was the Wrestling team's lirst year in league competition under Mr, Edward Crimis guidance. They responded by beating Exeter by a score of 28-23. The most capable wrestlers on the team, judged by their number of victories, were John Schaeffer and Iohn Olesh. Iohn Olesh advanced to the District I finals in the heavyweight division, only to be defeated. The majori- ty of the team will remain to better their record next year. First Row: Luke Hiester, Bruce Billman, Bruce Reed, Peter Reifsnyder. Second Row: james Luckcnhill, Kenneth Shelley, Kim Croft, Morris Fansler. 66 Trackmen Start With a Victor r sf-X . fz. - K 1 . -, KVk.-, "-,lea n , 4 ' K' " '-K - -W 1 ' 2 '- Z . as I Glenn Balthaser Francis Gerberich Iohn Schaeffer The track team, coached by Mr. Edward Crim and Mr. Sterling Hoffman, Won their Hrst meet against West Read- ing. Some of the outstanding performers were: Milford Hardick, discuspnand shot putg Francis Gerberich, triple jump and running eventsg Iohn Schaeffer, pole vaultg and Luke Hiester, who amassed 86 total points in the running events. Mr. Edward Crim and Mr. Sterling Hoff- man, Coaches. First Row: Bruce Billman, john Orban, Luke Hiester, Francis Cerberich, Stephen Reynolds, Morris Fansler. Second Row: john Kilousky, Lester Billman, Michael Bruugart, Cary Brighthill, Michael Himmelreich, Douglas Kohr. Third Row: Iohn Schaeffer, Lester Bashore, Milford Hardick, Glenn Balthaser, Stuart Spangler, Thomas Auchenlvach. 67 Etta Ebling Girls Win Trophies The Trojanettes experienced an unde- feated season in league competition this year. The intracounty league consists of six teams from Berks and Lebanon Coun- ties. The only losses were both to Hershey. These were non-league matches. Coach Harnlyls girls put forth a great effort to earn possession of a rotating tro- phy provided by the Winthrop Laborator- ies. A team must win the championship two years in a row in order to be able to keep the trophy permanently. Each of the girls also received an individual trophy. Clarissa Hollenbach Laura Bausinan Joy Miller Connie Bashore Mrs. june Harnly, Coach. 68 Sheila Miller Lads ake Good ho The tennis team, coached by Mr. Samuel Schwartz, Won three matches and lost six. The boys made a good show of determination, considering the opposition they were pitted against. Most of the team will be returning, and the young players, after learning the fundamentals and acquiring the skills of tennis, should make tennis a winning sport at T.H.S. in the near future. in 8 Rolvcrt llcppert james YVitters Daniel Reynolds Cary Kline .,--:i.w5Qri:Qf,:Si A, r L B r V M 3 ,fig Qs Y " - .- Hifi !:':'.:f" - t f, ':',2s'E2g:'Z':',2:"5 -'I5g. "::'.:5f 1 't-fP7fI,.- EJEJ' :.'-"' I, .N .,,, ,, .,... .. ,.,, . . .AZ qi... Q, sf , Qt , + 5 5 J 5 f - ' -- ,.:E.::--f f. .M . sa. ,. ..... V , - . f f qplvp . . pt .,. . 1r.4t.,,k, . ..'. ..,j.pg Mr. Samuel Schwartz, Coach. Terry Meredith Harry Hollenbach Kneeling: Harry Hollenhach. Cary Kline, Philip Madeira. Robert Reppert, Robert Eisenbrown, Norman lliester. Standing: Lee Croft. Richard Furry. Terry Meredith, Daniel Reynolds. George Wagner, james XVitters, Mr. Samuel Schwartz. 69 Gary Zellers, Pitcher. Irving Bressler, Pitcher. V T , Ns Nl B X J gl j t 5 ,1 V J Hz M ' S Kg 5,,::.,..,..ns,. s " A . 1 . - 'ff Q at, ' ,,, .- V+- W ,,,,,, - xi - ff' jeff Hain, Catcher. Stephen Shiner, First Base. T.H. . atmen Are Under the guidance of Mr. George Brommer the base- ball team won four games out of the ten league games played, Probably the best game was the 8-5 victory over Conrad Weiser in the rematch of a 4-4 deadlock. Two outstanding players, pitcher Gary Zellers and catcher jeff Hain, were lost through graduation, but most of the team was composed of underclassmen, who will be re- turning next season with hopes of Winning the championship. T Michael Evans, Second Base. Harold Noll, Shortstop. LeRoy DeLong, Third Base. LeRoy Reed, Right Field. 70 ictorious in Rematch First Row: Lynn Himmelberger, Larry Zellers, Terry Stauf- phen Shiner, Robert Stutzman, Michael Evans. Third Row: fer, Bryan Rainbow, Richard Reber, Scott Keener. Second Harold Noll, Irving Bressler, Eugene Miller, Ieff Hain, Le- Row: Lynn Schaeffer, LeRoy DeLong, Gary Zellers, Ste- ROY Reed, Lynn Stolldt- THS OPPONENT PTS 2 Wilson 4 5 Wyomissing 2 1 Governor Mifflin 14 0 West Reading 1 1 Conrad Weiser 2 1 Wilson 0 8 Conrad Weiser 5 1 Governor Mif'Hin 6 1 West Reading 9 4 Wyomissing 2 T A Larry Zellers, Left Field. 'iff -' 55, . Lynn Himmelberger, Mr. Harry Kline, Mr. George Brommer, Coaches Center Field. 71 New port dded for Girls Janice Frantz joenita Shilling jean Schmehl This year a new sport was added to the girls' program. Girls, track has been around the county for several years, but this has been the first year for Tulpehocken. For the past few years Schuylkill Valley has sponsored an annual invitational track meet. Girls from all over the county participated. Because of the new experiences concerning the events and com- petition, the girls returned with only one fifth-place point. Diane Stamm came through in the softball throw for the one point. Miss Linda Edris, Coach. First Row: Miss Linda Edris, Iocnita Shilling, Linda Steigerwald. Linda Meyer, Diane Stamin. Second Row: Audrey Schaeffer, Jean Sclnnehl, Janice Frantz, Dorothy lleffelfinger. Donna Myer. 72 . J- V. Cheerleaders: gile Apprentices Kneeling: Candice Reiner, Rowena Henne, Betty lla rtz, Gretchen Kreitler. Standing: Rosemary DeLong, Susan Davidheiser, Pamela Bohn, Beth Oberly, Deborah Kieffer. The 1.V. Cheerleaders zealously perform UTIQAMU. Mr. Trojan is a main attraction at pep rallies 73 Darlene Bohn, Donna Craeff, Janice Krammes, Daren Graeff, Marianne Zerbe, jane Asfeld, Linda Steigerwald, Sharon Gemsheimer, Linda Wayne, Georgene Kennedy. arsit Talented This year the cheerleaders, both Junior Varsity and Var- sity have come up with some bright new cheers and rou- tines. Their precision performances at soccer and basket- ball games and pep rallies have helped spark school spirit and have urged the Trojans on to victory. Attired in their new uniforms, the Varsity cheerleaders have shown true style in the "Number Cheeru and "Go, Fighh VVHLU Part of this is due to a cheerleading clinic held at Read- ing High School which some of the girls attended. While there,they obnnved newffonnadons and cheers anne of which the girls have put to use. ff-1" W 9' Mi- f J F. .,.-5l ' :ffig "ji" i FE' 'K 5-'F Q' ' 31 ,,, " "' Wig' -' ' , ' , f . 'N fl ag tr f , V ,tg , 4 . 22, At'. fs i't' P - tffffii ' ' X. ' 211' 5' ."' , f , ' 'L 4 4. 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Reverend Kehler speaks to the students fol- lowing the inauguration of Student Council officers. tudent Council Assemblies Student Council officers: Mike llimmelreich, Donna Craefl, and Edward Stump. 78 'dirty" words. In mid-January jimmy DiRaddo came to THS to discuss teenage problems with the students. His main topics of dis- cussion were the six Hdirtyl' words: think, study, discipline, respect, obedience, and responsibility. Another Word in- cluded in his discussion was Work. On February 13, 1968, the student body was entertained by the 'Teeny Weeny Brass," an instrumental group comprised of six students from Hamburg High School. immy DiRaddo enthusiastically discusses the six The brass instruments comprised an integral part of the group. Among the selections played were 4'The Lonely Bull" and "Spanish Flea". 79 Mr. Richard Oswald explains the fundamentals of soccer. ports Assembl Hockey certificates are presented to the girls by Miss Edris. Mr. Kline congratulates the boys after presenting the soccer awards. 80 Tulpehocken was the host for a concert presented by the Edgewood Ar- senal Army Band. rm Band Assembl One of our 1nany assemblies included the visit and per- formance of the 327th Army Band from Edgewood Arsen- al, Maryland. They entertained us with a wide selection of N numbers, including solos and several novelty songs. l "BugIers' Holiday" was one of the musical numbers featured. The band's many varied selections constituted an entertaining assembly program. 81 Mr. Scarpignato entertains the students with an accordian solo. FFA Sweethearts: Mary Cogets and Lucille Weaver. The magazine campaign is explained by the Curtis representative, Mr. Gamber. Freshmen girls perform a folk dance. G m Assembl Sophomore girls enjoy a lively Indian dance. Shirley Rudy and jane Smith demonstrate the Waltz The Pride and Ioysu provided music for one of our dances. ii eimeiw gg, 5 QMWQEW hx ,uso Our chaperones enjoy quiet conversation. 'MQ Mike Sternberg and Marianne Zerbe relax a few moments het Ween dances. john Schaeffer participates in a fast dance 1 l ' N s kim Se- pw, I :fx k iff ,I f 'I 7 2 ml 'Q X! .ff +7 f ix ' VI H .-, ,lfltihul I 5 ,,,jT:tN' Wi? VX: -..A 5,1 l V M pig' x ' .V W' s. yd ' ,lj X iwf jj - --!- Q 3 A.. ,af . , xx 1 iX'K.'V'f ,- Q'-N , 5 'a .," , . 1 : . LL Beth Oberly swings to the sound of the "Pride and joys." The chaperones appear to be enjoying the night's social activi- ties as much as the students. Couples danced to the beat sounds of "Flower Power." Couples perform Vill'iOl1S dance Styles during "Mou- zigcriew including . . . . . and the swing. funky broadway Marge VVilhelm and Pat Symanowicx diligently prepare decorations for the Christmas dance. Wish? n '- Mr. and Mrs. Hoffman enjoy a dance at the fes- u tive occasion. Q' Music The Christmas dance was sponsored by the se- nior class on December 16, 1967. Refreshments and beautiful decorations, along with music pro- vided by the Timmy Simpson Quartet, added to the excitement and gaiety of all who were present. ' Decorations were prepared by the decoration committee, headed by Marjorie NVilhelm. Couples talk quietly between dances. Decorations would not have been complete without a Christmas tree. 87 M f X xw. I 5 V I ! k 1 is SG' X Long hair is still in style. MATLES in .f " , V ' I, , vc X -Z I 55? , . wx .M 3,5 1 l 1' fr I f' pk, ,111 ffl, L a f P, r If ' ' , :oi ' 4,1 ,Z - Q gi xf R' HSE ,f " FIV' ' if V ' b'Y Hi V. Wingtips set the pace. 89 .si's?5TE M Y.,-gfifff' nw ,,,w,,,.,M.f mv? A walk through the halls after u hard day. N w Linda Myer enjoys a fast game of four-square. Candy Reiner dances at an Activity Night 90 - . ? if Everyone enjoys a game of rhythm. A typical study in the auditorium. 512 Lyrgrfyvgg ri., Senior girls relax during a break in sandwich-making Seniors Work industrially at a sub-sale Sub-sales also provide a good social outlet for participating seniors. A representative of Loring Studios aids the seniors in the ordering of their pictures. 92 Majorettes practicing routines after school. Mr. Forsythe was the official photographer assigned to the se nior class. Academic seniors working industriously upon Shakespearean reports. 93 I ima C Q. p i ! 3 6 K 5 J , I f,,- f:.i-i:.w- ' 4: A 0 11 . ,,...,. ,L,,, M ,HJ ,A.,5 K f 1, K L gs... ,,. tww. VA l :." 'K r, i C if . th, 0 ,mi - - t i J ,Q Marianne Zerbe, THS junior Miss. H junior Miss competition in Berks County is annually sponsored by the local Iaycees. Representatives from twen- ty-one different high schools in Berks County compete in the pageant. Each contestant is judged in the specific fields of scholarship, youth Fitness, and the creative and perform- ing arts. Personal interviews, poise, and personality also comprise an integral part of the contestants final judging. Three contenders for the title of THS Iunior Miss are se- lected by the direct balloting of the class. These three then undergo the first part of the competition and the best one of the three is chosen to represent our school in the Coun- ty pageant. Marianne Zerbe won the title of Iunior Miss of Tulpehocken High School. 94 Marianne performs her talent during the pageants festivities. Dianne Kehler Mary Gogets Dianne Kehler and Mary Gogets, junior Miss contenders from THS 95 1 a66iSinplisHed, they have dedij dgifed th6ir 1ivebS to teaching rqathexggtics, English l h ' irhportaiht of a11311f:Qfh6Y Q l Studbiit to think. Tie-isis thgiyba- sis' of fheir pijgfessiqxg 1i the5ifl ,f: gre 1, 1.1 ,- ' ' f ., fiifiy MINI TRA Miss Margaret A. Beidler English Creative VVriting Class Play Director Cheerleading Adviser iifibffifly- ' -ilisrg' agsrra, sw: f iairwf , w H ,Lf.f'gg5i3'k5lfl1ss aria :lf f i 1 1, tsafreii. ff' ,ii . S As class adviser, Mr. Hoffman attentively watches over the seniors while they make subs. Engli h In man's fast-moving world one must he ahle to communicate clearly and effectively. Man's meth- ods of self-expression must be developed in com- position, as Well as in oral presentation. This is ac- complished through the enlargement of a working vocabulary, increased knowledge in the funda- mentals of English grammar, appreciation of world literature, and creative writing. In addition to the regular English courses of- fered, the new elective Speech class is an impor- tant key in helping its participants excel in public speaking and the correct use of the English language. Mr. Sterling E. Hoffman English Creative Writing Dardanian Adviser Class Play Director Track Mrs, Beverly Manbeck English Reading Mr. john K. Feaser English Speech Iliad Adviser Individual consultation is part of a teacher's job 99 Languages Language is the universal tool for communica- tion between man and his surrounding world. It is the Language Department that provides the stu- dent with a means of understanding the language and the cultural heritage of several of these peo- ple. German, Latin, and the new elective, Spanish, are the three areas offered in this department. Producing a profound effect upon the student's M rs. Lau ra B. German Spanish Lutz Mrs. Pearl B. Kline German Latin Dardanian Adviser learning of a particular language, the language laboratory helps him in pronunciation of the specif- ic tongue by the use of tapes, recorded in the na- tive language. Films of graded difficulty and other audio-visual materials also increase the student's general know- ledge and comprehension of the language. Much of a teacher's time is spent preparing lessons and cor- recting papers. 100 ath The Mathematics Department provides a Hrm mathematical background for the student. Freshmen and sophomores are taught algebra, the basic structure which is needed for all high- er math courses, while juniors are given the fundamentals of geometry. In their senior year, the students study trigonometry. This year a new math elective, advanced math, was offered to seniors. Throughout these four years the student not only learns formulas and theorems, but also how to apply these ideas. Algebra Math FTA Adviser Mr. C. Edward Crim Geometry Trigonometry Shop Math General Math Wrestling I.V. Track 101 Mr. VVilliam H. Kaiser Miss Carol A. Levan Algebra Booster Club Science The Science Department helps the student un- derstand the basic concepts of his world. In ninth and tenth grades the student learns the funda- mentals of biology and earth and space science. As a junior he studies chemistry. Finally in his senior year he approaches physics. Biology furnishes the student with information about himself and other organisms affecting his dai- ly life. It also provides a thorough background for more advanced studies in this Held of science. Chemistry acquaints the student with the com- plex World of elements and chemical substances. Physics primarily aims at providing the senior with a substantial knowledge of his physical World. Modern, advanced textbooks, student-conducted experiments, and various audio-visual presenta- tions are combined to produce complete and edu- cational science courses. Mr. Carl F. Winter Chemistry Iiarth and Space Science 102 Mr. Larry E. Rentschler Physics Trigonometry Shop Math Advanced Math A good teacher must always be alert and invigorating. Mrs. Shireen V. Phillips Science Earth and Space Science Chemistry Mr. Ronald A. Wenrich Biology Advanced Biology 5 E S Social Besides teaching, Mr. VVentling also manages the stock room. Mr. Samuel A. Schwartz American History Civics Pa. History Tennis Mr. Michael S. Scarpignato P,O.D. Economics Civics Pa. History Biology Sociology Debates Adviser Students leam many things in civics classes. tudies During a time when World affairs are becoming a more integral part of each manis life, a better appreciation of the World's cultural heritage, along with a deep understanding of his own soci- ety, is a necessity. In accordance with the above requirements, so- cial studies begin With our national, state, and lo- cal governments, and are also extended to include the study of World cultures. Seniors are offered a combined course of Econo- mics and Problems of Democracy, which enables them to get a broader picture of the various polit- ical and economical structures Within our own country and the World. Sociology, initiated into this department this se- mester, oifers the students a better understanding of man's social relationships as they are related to our democratic environment. 105 Mr. Paul W. Wentling World Cultures Civics Pa. History Athletic Director Soccer Commercial Business places a great challenge before the stu- dent. The Commercial Department helps him to meet the requirements of this challenge. The course consists of typing, shorthand, bookkeeping, oflice practice, and business machines. After devel- oping these important abilities, the student is well prepared to take his place among the qualified and capable leaders of the competitive world of business. The typists play an important role in the production of the newspaper. Mrs. Susan P. Edelman Typing Shorthand Office Practice Business Machines FBLA Adviser Student Store Mrs. Leonora F. Guthrie Tiling Shorthand Bookkeeping Business English Business Math Iliad Adviser FBLA Adviser 106 Home Economics The goal of the Home Economics Department is to provide the young girl with the fundamental skills in all phases of hornemaking. Utilizing the modern facilities in both the kitchen and sewing areas, the girls learn to apply these skills. Varied courses in food preparation, consumer buying, clothing construction, child care, and home safety help each girl to become a proficient homemaker. Mrs Beverly P. Blatt Home Economics Mrs. Sara B. Clements Home Economics FTA Adviser 107 Mary Loump gains much experience in the serving of food when she acts as a kitchen aid to the cafeteria workers. Mr. William H. Scheirer Industrial Arts Audio-Visual Industrial Arts The Industrial Arts program is specihcally designed for those students who plan careers as professional tradesmen and who are aware of the importance of good craftsmanship and its practical application in our society. Offered in the Industrial Arts Department are courses in wood shop, metal shop, plastic shop, electricity, and mechanical drawing. Each one helps the students to become aware of his potential abilities and aids in directing him towards his future vocation. Mr. Scheirer demonstrates the right way to do it. Mr. Mike Orendo, Ir. Agriculture Industrial Arts Audio-Visual Adviser FFA Adviser Students gain first-hand experience in the art of wood-working. griculture This department prepares the student for the various professions in the field of agriculture. In addition to the basic curricula of English, science, mathematics, and social studies, the student is also offered courses in farm mechanics, farm manage- ment, and livestock and poultry judging. The outstanding members of the Agriculture Department participate in various forms of com- petition and judging throughout the year, in- cluding one at Penn State University. Mr. Gerald S. Seiler Agriculture Mechanical Drawing Industrial Arts Shop FFA Adviser 109 Miss Linda F. Edris Physical Education Health Hockey Basketball Physical Mrs. june S. Harnly Physical Education Health Tennis In order to keep accurate scores, Coach Edris is assisted by the track team 's manager. 110 In addition to teaching, Mr. Brommer also oversees study halls. ducation At the beginning of each gym class, the students get into squad formation. 111 Mr. George F. Brommer Physical Education Health Science Basketball Baseball The Physical Education Department aims at developing the student's body along with his mind. This department teaches him the correct techniques of various sports and pro- vides opportunities for the individual to learn skilled activities which are invigorating, fun- to-do, and which will lead to positive physical, social, mental, and emotional growth. Art The Art Course of Tulpehocken High School enables the student to express him- self creatively and individually through the various media of art. Under the direction of Mrs. Carvell, students learn to appreciate the various techniques and skills of the masters of painting and sculpture, both modern and classical. Mr. llarold L. Kremser. Music Chorus Band Stage Crew Mrs. Grace E. Carvell Art Elective Art usic The Music Department, under the supervision of Mr. Kremser, provides a cultural background for the student interested in music. From elemen- tary to secondary school, student participation in music has been increasing. This shows evidence of the large amount of enthusiasm for the music program. There are many segments of the Music Depart- ment. Chorus, concert band, and marching band are the backbone of it. In addition to heading these, Mr. Kremser also teaches the ninth graders some of the music ftmdamentals. 112 Llbrar Science The library is of major importance to the students of Tulpehocken High School. It pro- vides varied materials that will supplement the knowledge which the students gain in the classroom. Along with helping the students find materi- als in the library, the librarian assists them in developing an efficient system of research work. Utilizing the numerous types of books, the librarian tries to instill an appreciation of literature in the students. Mrs. Florence A. Riegel Library Library Club river Education 113 To meet with the demands of the safe trans- portation of today, the Driver Education Course instructs the students in the safe handl- ing and proper maintainance of the automobile. In addition, emphasis is placed upon the driveris attitudes and responsibilities While be- hind the Wheel, Various films and demonstra- tions are conducted throughout the year in 'a't- tempts to create these effects upon the young drivers. Mr. Harry W. Kline, Ir. Driver Education j.V. Soccer I.V. Basketball Mr. Harry E. Ebling, Supervising Principal. The duties of the Supervising Principal of our school district are many and varied. Mr. Harry E. Ebling is responsible for selecting suitable candidates for teach- ing positions and presenting them to the School Board, he prepares all state and federal reports for the dis- trict, coordinates federal programs, manages the business and finances of the school, and works with the Department of Public Instruction on all local matters. In general, he is responsible for the overall operation of the school. Mr. Koenig, the Assistant Supervising Principal of Tulpehocken Area Schools, aids Mr. Ebling in the per- formance of his duties, especially in the implementa- tion of the various aspects of the school program with emphasis on curriculum coordination. This year his most important project is HA Long Range Developmental Programn for our school district as assigned by the Department of Public Instruction. 114 Mr. Earl C. Koenig, Assistant Supervising Principal. 53. A f Mr. Harold E. Matthew, High School Principal. Mr. Robert R. Harner, Guidance Counselor. 115 .My-N-""w"w,,,wMH Among his many responsi- bilities are the developing and the appraisal of the effectiveness of our educa- tional system, handling teacher personnel, attendance and discipline of the students and certain clerical duties. He also Works in conjunction with the other members of the Administrative Depart- ment in order to present a more complete and meaning- ful education to the students. The major purpose of the Guidance Department is to help each individual student decide where his interests and abilities lie and help him plan his fu- ture career. Through personal coun- seling, Mr. Harner studies the various talents of each student to help him find the career for which he is most suited. As adviser to the student coun- cil, Mr. Harner aids in the operation of this vitally important student orga- nization. He also administers various testing programs throughout the year. School Board Seated: Mr. John Rosch, Mr. Earl Degler, Mr. Clarence Mr. Earl Schaeffer, Mr. Lynn Rissinger, Mr. Orville Stauffer, Mengel, Mr. Alvin Zerbe, Mr. Floyd Koenig, Mr, john Mr. Raymond Mohn, Mr. Earl Koenig, Mr. Harold Matthew. Moyer, Mrs. Irene Hassler. Standing: Mr. Harry Ebling, The School Board is the policy- making body which appoints the administrative executives and hires the faculty and all other personnel needed for smooth school opera- tion. They also insure that the cur- ricula meets the requirements set by the state, and they form and revise school policies. The School Authority is re- sponsible for the construction and maintenance of the high school building. chool uthorit Mr. Harvey Hill, jr., Mr, David Batdorf, Mr. john Derr, Mr. George Spannuth, Mr Howard Kline, Mr. Robert Mohn. 116 Mrs. Thelma N. Keeney Miss jean L. Miller Mrs. Helen I. Kline l Secretaries Three of the busiest people to be found at Tul- pehocken High School are the secretaries, Mrs. Kline, Mrs. Keeney, and Miss Miller. Their duties include preparing daily bulletins and absentee lists, totaling the lunch count, and receiving and forwarding telephone messages. Major duties con- ers, checks, ordering supplies, and keeping the ofhce running in an orderly fashion. 117 sist of keeping accounts balanced, preparing teach- Health H iilsi Mrs. Irene W, Haag tests Betty Mohn's hearing. x Many hours are spent testing pupils' visions. Dr. Peter T. Pugliese 118 Service Health records must be accurate and up to date, Modern, eilicieut medical facilities are made available to the members of the student body ev- ery day. Comprising the medical staff of Tul- pehocken High School are Dr. Peter Pugliese and his two assistants, Mrs. Haag and Mrs. Orendo. One of the three is always present to administer proper treatment for any serious injuries or ail- ments that may occur during the course of the school day. Mrs. Betty L. Orendo takes Leonard F isher's blood pressure. Dr. Pugliese gives Timothy Porter a physical examination 119 Mrs. Helen Schlappich, Cafeteria Manager. The daily routine of the cafeteria staff is to pre- sent well-balanced lunches to the students. It is the responsibility of Mrs. Helen Schlappich, cafe- teria manager, to plan meals which include all the basic nutrients. The services of Mrs. Helen Schlappich and her eflicient staff can never be fully appreciated. Freshmen get acquainted with the cafeteria procedures. 120 Cafeteria gi f fi . Cleaning up is a part of a cook's job. A great deal of food is required to feed 500 students. Staff Each day much time and effort is required of the cafete ria staff. Mrs. Helen Schlappich, Mrs. Alice Luckenbill, Mrs. Erma Henne, Mrs. Geraldine Bender, Mrs. Catherine Stoudt, Mrs. Pearl Schaeffer. 121 Mr. Sam Koch, Mr. George Bashore, Mr. Nicholas Romano, Mrs. Ruth Keeney. Custodians Sam Koch relaxes with a cup of coffee. The custodians assist the teachers in getting supplies eu in In addition to our cafeteria staff, the custodians provide important services for our school. Though a seemingly endless job, the custodians keep the building in excellent condition. Our bus drivers provide a very necessary tacet of school service in the form of transportation to and from the buildings for those students who need it. A school custodian has many duties Bus Drivers Kneeling: Mr. Quentin Gettle, Mr. Calvin Zellers, Mr. Wayne Stoudt, Mr. Paul Keeney. Standing: Mr. Harold Bashore, Mrs. Edith Ziegler, Mrs. joan Mengel, Mr. Kenneth Moser, Mr. Elmer Bashore, Mr. john Henne. 123 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1ff1.ff1' f111f1f1:11.111-f-1 1 1,m111W1111-111-11 1 f.-1 1 111111m1111.Q111.. 11, 1111f11m1sf..1111: 111-1-11wm11115 1,-1 11-1111711111115---1 1 -,f' 111.s1a1111111--- -f,- 11 1.11-1 ,-..f-- m 1 'z11:11-1111 1,1 1-1:1f1 1w1w.1'1.11 1 1-111-111111m1111111:1--1m1Mmw1m:111 -f,- 1 1 1.11111 1. 1 -1 1 . 1 1,1 .MA-.Q if is are ., S, W, , Freshmen: Hoping F I .We :, at A S 32 t . is Y V . ,!'. W, ,, I Virgil Anderson Richard Balthaser William Bare Judy Barnett Glenn Barrell David Barto Michael Bashore Wendy Bashore Kathy Batdorf Curtis Behler Ioan Bennett Daniel Berger Donald Berger Lucille Berger Carol Bicksler Brenda Billman 126 'Ok A-.il ,af Douglas Billman Larry Boehmer Elaine Boltz David Bordner Salvatore Brown Amy Carles jeffrey Carpenter joel Clauser Nancy Coover Bryan Crouse For a Better World Sara Hess Beverly Hetrick Iames Himmelreich Claudia Hoffman Donna Hoffman Dennis Hoke Maria Hollenbach Robert Huey Mary Kalbach Pamela Kalbach Robin Davis Terry Donkel Qabsentj Debra Dubbs Bruce Eberly Wallace Eberly Marilee Eckert Kathleen Eisenbrown Lester F eick Irvic Frantz Pamela Cassert Dallas Gechter David Gibble Eric Green George Heck Larry Heffelfinger Clarence Heffner Gloria Hess David Kauffman Dennis Keeney Diana Keller fabsentj Jacqueline Ketner Ralph Kieffer Carol Kissling Michael Klahr Corinne Knabb Barbara Koller Linda Kramer Kathy Kreiser Lucy Kriner April Lamm Robert Lash Hilda Lausch Ruth Leisey Loretta Line Thomas Luckenbill Brian Melito Linda Meredith Bruce Mindy Linda Minnich Connie Miller John Miller Randy Miller Susan Miller Michelle Mohring Larry Moser Robert Mountz Balry Moyer Cynthia Moyer Dennis Moyer Herbert Moyer john Musselman Mary Myer Samuel Neuin Timothy Newswanger Mary Nolt Lydia Olesh Robert Phillips Harvey Philumalee Valerie Reber Carol Rebman Bruce Reed Peter Reifsnyder Leh Ann Reppert Timothy Reynolds Darryl Roth Chester Rudy Sherry Schaeffer Lloyd Sensenig Elvin Shilling Thomas Shiner Donald Sholley Kenneth Sholley Ruth Smith Brenda Snyder Kevin Snyder Qabsentj Myrtle Speaie Brian Speicher Gloria Stauffer Iames Stoudt Michele Stoudt Trudy Suski Clarence Sweitzer Donna Troutman Brenda Wagner Diane Wayne Cynthia VVealand Arthur Weller Audrey XV eller Dorothy Wilhelm Emma NVitters Albert Yanosik LeRoy Zeller Gregory Zerbe Karen Zerbe Theodore Zerbe STUDENT COUNCIL Theodore Zerbe, Debra Dubbs, Clarence Sweitzer. HOMEROOM TEACHERS Seated: Mrs. Lutz, Miss Levan, Mrs. Phillips. Standing: Mr. NVenrich, Mr. Brommer. CLASS OFFICERS Carol Kissling, Vice-Pres.g Dorothy Wilhelm, Treas.g Maria Hollenbach, Sec.g Brian Melito, Pres. ophomores: nhabitants S A -B 132 Noel Adams Brenda Bare Jeffrey Barnett Bonnie Bashore Charlene Bashore Clayton Bashore Karen Bashore Ronald Bashore Susan Bashore Jay Batz Richard Bechtold Sharon Bender Isaac Benzel Gail Berger Ioyce Bertram Lois Bicher Franklin Billman Dennis Boehmer Betty Boltz Lucinda Boltz Gloria Breidegam Gilbert Brightbill Mary Brossman Paul Brossman Susan Brown Sharon Brumbach of aifs Dream World Eileen Clay Bonnie Darcas Susan Davidheiser Cary DeLong Eunice Doutrich Maybelle Dubbs Janice Eberly Susan Edris Susan Edris Robert Eisenbrown Cary Emerick Patricia Emerick jeffrey Etchberger Debra Farnsworth Donald Fisher Qabsentj Richard Forry Linda Frantz Eunice Good April Green Qabsentj Kim Groff Sidney Hammer Betty Hartz Rowena Henne Linda Hess David Ilettinger Norman Hiester Stanley Fitterling WVendy Fitzgerald my ff "bf 1 QQ K . 1.kk 5 ef. . A . Q W: , ,cz - , a 1- Qi K w"'ildf ' .aw-aiU'?9n ff' Tij- Q' , ,Qi y gy 425'-Y , 'xy 134 Alverta Hirnmelberger Harry Hollenhach Iune Kalbach Ronald Kauffman Maxine Kegerreis Cindy Keppley Anita Kiebach Nancy Kiebach Deborah Kieffer janet Kissling Qabsentj Linda Kissling fahsentj Mary Kolar Gretchen Kreitler William Krill Susan Kurtz Linda Landis Edward Leisey Mary Lempergel james Luckenbill Philip Madeira Kaye Manheck Richard Manbeck Brenda Marks Patricia May Donna Merkel Leonard Messner Robert Miller Sharon Miller Valerie Miller Patricia Moyer Donna Napp David Ney Glenn Noecker Kenneth Noecker David Olesh Michael Orendo Melissa Peters Christine Rebman Cheryl Reed jaeel Reed Elizabeth Reifsnyder Dorothy Rohrbach Denise Roth Sandra Rudy Troy Rudy john Schaeffer Lynn Schaeffer Terry Schaeffer Paul Schlappich Dennis Seiverling Mildred Sensenig Candice Reiner Theresa Richard Christine Riegel 4 by K I -735 M 135 iff? .Tm me 3,1 Larry Sholl Donald Shurr Barry Smith Marilyn Snyder Terry Sohn Nancy Spitler Bryan Stamm Sandra Stamm Carl Stauffer Wanda Stauffer Keith Stein Craig Stoudt Carol Strauser Ann Strauss Lillian Strauss George YVagner Ruth Walstrum Linda WVeaver Dianne VVenger John Wenrich Louise VVetzel jeffrey VVhitmoyer Iohn Willhoyte Bonita Wise Linda Wolf David Zerbe Mary Zerbe Paul Ziegler Donna Zimmerman STUDENT COUNCIL Seated: Rowena Henne, Eunice Doutrich, Sharon Brumbach. Standing: Donna Merkel. HOMEROOM TEACHERS Seated: Mr. Seiler, Mrs. Kline. Standing: Mr. Winter, Mr. Feaser, Mr. Kaiser. CLASS OFFICERS Elizabeth Reifsnyder, Sec.: Sandra Rudy, Treas.g Mary Kolar Pres.: Michael Orendo, Vice-Pres. uniors: Soon To Be the if Iane Asfelcl Sydney Astin Deborah Anriemma Edwin Barrell Lester Bashore Raymond Bashore Rita Batdorf james Beamesderfer Eileen Behler Dorothy Berger Brian Billman Bruce Billman 138 Larry Blatt Pamela Bohn jerry Boltz Lena Boltz Patsy Bowman Charles Bressler Linda Bross Cynthia Brown Leaders of M3H,S World James Brown fabsentj Dorothy Fritz Sharon Cernsheimer Dale Gibble Zane Gingerich Susan Green Bernadette Groff Lee Groff Gerald Hay Michael Brungart Dennis Buck Donald Clauser Richard Davis Brenda DeLong LeRoy DeLong Rosemary DeLong Mary Dombroski Lauren Ernst David Etchberger Morris Fansler Diane Fox 139 Cleo Heffeliinger Iohn Heifeliinger Stephen Henderson james Herrington Sandra Hetrick Luke Hiester Mary Hiester Michael Himmelreich fabsentj Margo Hoffman Millie Hollenbach Vickie Hollenbach Herman Hower Deborah Kline 140 Debra Kline Cary Kline Sharon Koller Janice Krammes Barbara May Terry Meredith Helen Metzler Eugene Miller john Porto Bryan Rainbow Richard Reber Dianne Rebman Deborah Reifsnyder Stephen Reynolds Ronald Ritchie Rita Rohrbach Sheila Miller Rita Morgan Phyllis Musselman Linda Myer Terry Ney Doreen Noecker Beth Oberly jonathan Olesh Rodney Olesh Gwen Parker Shirley Pefiley William Pflueger 141 xl! Randal Ross Bonita Roth fabsentj Betty Rudy jean Schlenker Cory Seaman Stephen Shiner Kenneth Showers Shirley Simmons Sharon Snyder Susan Snyder David Speicher Ronald Stamm Sandra Strauss Dean Sweigart Marcia Turk Thomas Valentine Carol Weatherholtz Ernest Wenrich David Wolf Larry Zellers Darlene Zerbe Shirley Zimmerman 142 STUDENT COUNCIL Seated: Debra Kline, Sheila Miller, Rosemary DeLong. Standing: Michael Himmelreich, Raymond Bashore. HOMEROOM TEACHERS Seated: Mrs. Guthrie, Miss Beidler. Standing: Mr. Crim, Mr. Schwartz. CLASS OFFICERS Iames Beamesderfer, Vice-Pres.g Sharon Cernsheimer, Pres Marcia Turk, Sec.g Lauren Ernst, Treas. J 3 w 4 3 5 1 .. 3. ,V V V , 53 K "QV::V2,-V-V.rVs4zs4:ifV'VV - V --Veg VV VVVV A 1 ' ' ' V e , -A . -- Vg., 3555... QVVVVWLKW V V . V . . 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The reigning queenis court included Audrey Bashore, Barbara Hartz, Laura Bausman, Emily Rissinger, and their official escorts Larry Farnsworth, Mike Sternberg, Glenn Dieffenbach, and Broxton Sherman re- spectively. 147 Manx' long hours were spent in making decorations for the Prom, "Couples danced among the columns on the softly lighted dance floor." u 1 WT 'Q' f, w.f..- 5 If 54 A S' - X, 15,1 7A X 1 'tr 2 ' Klt AV of Q 1 X ,x fl ' .,-,.l' 148 Don Peebles and his Orchestra. ...ws .. Everyone seemed to he h-wing '1 good time. Couples danced among the columns on the soft- ly lighted dance floor to the sound of Don Peebles and his Orchestra. The Prom proved to be the social highlight of the entire season. It is hoped that these pages will help the students to long remember the magic mo- ments of this enchanting evening. 149 llostcsses chat during a lireak in the festivities. Mr. Ebling was one of our speakers VVe received our diplomas from Mr. Koenig. Commencement Commencement is the beginning of a new life for the departing senior. He no longer has the school to depend upon for something to do. He must go out and make his own livelihoood. He can no longer look to the teachers and administrators for guidance. He must be his own judge of character and make his own decisions. These past twelve years have helped us establish a good sense of values, provided us with a foundation for the future and the incentive to become the best possible citizens we can. 150 B6fOl'8 COIHITICIICCIHCIH. Afterwards 151 NVhat did you say? Our champ, Betty Mohn. Marge, look! They're taking our picture. 152 In the corner again, Dianne? LOUDER. Two hundred three. two hundred . . . If I hide lwhiml Shhl No Talking. i Would you believe he's on our Wrestling team? 154 All right, which one of you did it? A formal picture?? T didn't do it! 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L , ,L:ML,fL?L,,,1.',,5,WLR,LWL,,fgfm, 7,,,,,,,,LL M H - -ui, fe:f-vm, ewwsm ,- -,,fL,,,,Lgf,,, .Lf,,,LLf, - -v Seated: STUDENT COUNCIL Donna Craeff, Dianne Kehler. Standing: Michael Sternberg, Michael Dosch, Clenn Balthaser, Edward Stump. HOMEROOM TEACHERS Mr. Scarpignato, Mr. Rentschler, Mr. Hoffman. CLASS OFFICERS Janice Frantz, ViC6-P1'6S.1 Shirley Moyer, Sec.g Darlene Bohn, TI'621S.1 Daniel Reynolds, Pres. The Dardanian stalf expresses their sincere appreciation to all those who supported us by being patrons, which helped to make the yearbook a success. Miss Nancy Anderson Mr. Irvin F. Bare Mr. Kirk W. Barnett Miss Kathy A. Bashore Miss Rose Bicher Mr. Lester C. Billman Miss Darlene Bohn Mr. Irving Bressler Mr. Barry Bricker Miss Dolores Brossman Mr. Warren Brown Miss Jacqueline L. Clay Mr. Glenn Dieffenbach Miss Lorraine Dombroski Mr. E. Michael Dosch Miss Donna Kay Edris Mr. Donald E. Emerick Miss Phyllis Ernst Mr. Larry R. Farnsworth Miss Winnie Sue Faust Mr. Leonard D. Fisher Mr. Samuel Forry, Ir. Miss Ianice E. Frantz Mr, Ken Cehris Miss Mary Gogets Miss Daren L. Craeff Miss Donna L. Graeff Miss Ioan Himmelreich Mr. Scott A. Keener Miss Dianne Kehler Miss Ceorgene D. Kennedy Mr. Iohn W. Kilousky Mr. Harvey C. Krill, jr. Miss Linda Krill Mr. Walter R. Lash, Ir. Miss Nancy Marks Miss Betty L. Mohn Miss Shirley A. Moyer Mr. Galen Newswanger Miss Rebecca Olesh Mr. William P. Rebman Mr. LeRoy Reed, Ir. Miss Rebecca Reifsnyder Mr. Daniel Reynolds Miss Ioan M. Rudy Miss Beverly Schaeffer Miss Susan A. Schaeffer Miss jean Schmehl Mr. Broxton Sherman Miss Ioenita Shilling Miss Pauline M. Smith Mr. Rodney L. Speicher Mr. Michael Sternberg Mr. Edward E. Stump Miss Patricia Symanowicz Mr. Thomas Troutman Miss Linda D. Wayne Miss Lucille O. Weaver Miss Marjorie Wilhelm Miss Deborah Yeakley Mr. Calvin Zerbe Miss Judy M. Zerbe Miss Marianne Zerbe Mr. 61 Mrs. David Angstadt Mr. Howard Balsbaugh Mr. 61 Mrs. Mr. 61 Mrs. Mr. 61 Mrs. Mr. 61 Mrs. Mr. 61 Mrs. Mr. 61 Mrs. Mr. 61 Mrs. Mr. 61 Mrs. Richard T. Balthaser Irvin R. Bare Lee C. Bare Allen C. Barnett Ammon Bashore Ansan F. Bashore Edward Bashore George Bashore Ray Bashore Mr. 61 Mrs. David Batdorf Mr. 61 Mrs. Glenn Beidler Mr. 61 Mrs. Leon C. Bender Louise Berk Mr. 61 Mrs. jacob Bicher Mr. 61 Mrs. Kenneth Bicksler Mr. Bruce B. Billman Mr. 61 Mrs. Lester Billman Miss Pamela A. Bohn Mr. 61 Mrs. Ammon Boltz Jean Boltz Mr. 61 Mrs. Clarence Bordner VVes Bowermaster Mr. 61 Mrs. Leo Breidigan Pvt. Henry E. Breidegan Mr. 61 Mrs. Irvin Bressler Mr. 61 Mrs. Mr. 61 Mrs. George F. Brommer Howard A. Brossman Paul Brossman Mr. 61 Mrs. Mrs. Helen Mr. 61 Mrs. Mr. 61 Mrs. Mr. 61 M1's. Calvin Brown 61 Family B rumbach Franklin K. Bubbenmoyer Harold Caskie Irvin F. Clay Mr. 61 Mrs. Stanton Clay Mr. 61 Mrs. A. Clements Mrs. Elsie Coleman Daphne Mr. 61 Mrs. Mrs. Helen Walter Daub Delp Mr. 61 Mrs. John Derr Mr. 61 Mrs. Miss Louise Mr. 61 Mrs. Mr. 61 Mrs. Mr. 61 Mrs, Mr. 61 Mrs. Mr. 61 Mrs. Mrs. Helen Miss Linda LeRoy Derr Derr Frank M. Dieffenbach Frank Dombroski Harry Donkel Earl Z. Dosch LeRoy Dundore Ebling Edris Miss Barbara Ernst Mr. Lauren Ernst Mr. 61 Mrs. Mr. 61 Mrs. Mr. 61 Mrs. Normon Ernst Lester D. Evans, jr. Clayton Farnsworth Mr. 61 Mrs. Frank VV. Faust Mr. 61 Mrs. Douglass Filbert Miss Louise Filbert Mr. 61 Mrs. George Fink 61 Son Mr. 61 Mrs. Samuel I. Forry Sandra R. Forry Mr. 61 Mrs. Lewis E. Frantz Miss Linda Mr. 61 Mrs. Mr. 61 Mrs. M. Frantz Martin A. Frantz Harry M. Gehris Keith Richard Gerhart Sharon Gernsheimer Mr. 61 Mrs. Sitta 61 joe Mr. 61 Mrs. Mr. 61 Mrs. Mr. 61 Mrs. Mr. 61 M1's. john Gogets Goldstein Carl Graby 61 Twins Marvin L. Graeif Arthur M. Graybill Mark Guthrie Mr. jeff Hain jim Hay Mr. 61 Mrs. Harold Heffelfinger Mr. 61 Mrs. john I. Henne Mr. john L. Henninger Miss MaryAnn Hiester Mr. 61 Mrs. Glenn W. Himmelberger Joanne Himmelberger Mr. 61 Mrs. George C. Himmelreich Mr. 61 Mrs. S. E. Hoffman H. H. Hollenbach Mr. Gerald A. Houser Mr. Bobby Jones Mr. 61 Mrs. Richard julian Mr. 61 Mrs. William Kaiser Mr. 61 Mrs. Charles Kalbach Mr. 61 Mrs. Denton Kalbach Miss Pam Kalbach Mr. 61 Mrs. D. Thomas Keener Mr. 61 Mrs. Karl D. Keener Kimberly Rae Kehler Rev. 61 Mrs. Richard Kehler Mr. 61 Mrs. Richard Kehler, Ir. Mr. 61 Mrs. George W. Kennedy Mr. 61 Mrs. Allen Kiebach Mr. 61 Mrs. Stephen Kilousky Mr. 61 Mrs. Irvin Kirkhoif Mr. 61 Mrs. Clarence Klahr Debbie Kline janet 61 Polly Kline Mr. 61 Mrs. Warren S. Kline Mr. 61 Mrs. William Kline Mr. 61 Mrs. Stanley A. Klopp Mr. 61 Mrs. Earl C. Koenig Mr. 61 Mrs. Harold L. Kremser, jr. Mr. 61 Mrs. Guy H. Krill Mr. 61 Mrs. Walter R. Lash, Sr. X 188 Mr. 61 Mrs Miss Carol Mr. 61 Mrs. Mrs. Laura . Robert Lebo Levan Harold Luckenbill B. Lutz Mr. 61 Mrs. Harry Lyon Mr. 61 Mrs. Robert Manbeck Mr. 61 Mrs. Thomas Manbeck Mr. 61 Mrs. Forrest Marks 61 Family Mr. 61 Mrs Clarence Mengel "TL" Meredith Solomon Meyer Miss Iean L. Miller Mr. 61 Mrs. Russell Miller Miss Sheila Miller Dorothy Mohn Mr. 61 Mrs. Raymond E. Mohn Mr. 61 Mrs. Robert G. Mohn Mr. 61 Mrs. Glen Moyer Miss Iodie C. Moyer Mr. 61 Mrs. Lester F. Moyer, Sr. Mr. 61 Mrs. Louis Moyer Miss Betty Mull Mr. 61 Mrs. Mr. 61 Mrs. M1'. 61 Mrs. Mr. 61 Mrs. Mr. 61 Mrs. William Myer Benjamin Noecker Steve Olesh Paul Peiffer Lawrence Ramberger Miss AnnaMae Reber Mrs. William Rebman Mr. 61 Mrs. Mr. 61 Mrs. Mr. 61 Mrs. Mr. 61 Mrs. Mr. 61 Mrs. Mr. 61 Mrs. LeRoy Reed, Sr. Richard Reed Earl Reeser Norman VV. Reifsnyder Albert Reiner Larry Rentschler Mary I. Resch Rev. 61 Mrs. Frank M. Reynolds Mr. 61 Mrs. Fred Riegel Mr. 61 Mrs. Lynn Rissinger Mr. Marvin Rissinger Mr. 61 Mrs. William C. Ross Miss Betty Rudy Mr. 61 Mrs. Chester D. Rudy Mr. 61 Mrs. Clarence Rudy Mr. 61 Mrs. Larry Schade 61 Son Miss Barbara G. Schaeffer Mr. 61 Mrs. George Schaeffer Mr. 61 Mrs. Iohn W. Schaeffer Mr. 61 Mrs. Mark P. Schaeffer Sherry Schaeffer Mr. Hiester C. Schlappich jean Schlenker Mr. 61 MrsQ Clayton Schmehl Mr. 61 Mrs. Dennis Schmehl Margie Schmehl Mrs. LeRoy Schucker, Sr. Mr. 61 Mrs. LeRoy Schucker, jr. Mr. 61 Mrs. Samuel Schwartz Miles 61 Verna Seidel Mr. 61 Mrs. Richard A. Sherman Mr. 61 Mrs. Robert E. Shilling Steve Shiner Mr. Edwin I. Showers Mr. 61 Mrs. Warren Showers Mr. 61 Mrs. Iohn R. Simmons Miss Shirley C. Simmons PFC. Winston F. Simmons Mr. 61 Mrs. William G. Smith, Sr. Bobby 61 Giggles Spatz David Speicher Mr. 61 Mrs. Paul H. Speicher Mr. 61 Mrs. Edwin Stamm 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. 61 Mrs Mr. 61 Mrs Mr. 61 Mrs Mr. 61 Mrs joseph K. Stauffer Sodoy Steigerwald Donald L. Stoudt Harold C. Stoudt Harry L. Stoudt Wallace Stoudt Warren A. 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