Tulpehocken High School - Yearbook (Bernville, PA)
- Class of 1971
Page 1 of 224
Pages 6 - 7
Pages 10 - 11
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Text from Pages 1 - 224 of the 1971 volume:
DA BEAN HN
What Was It Like? Well
Getting Into the
Swing of Tnings
Learning And Overcoming I-Iardsnips
in Specialized Fields
Practicing Good Sportsmanship
And Teamwork . . .
Enjoying the Unusual
Revisiting "Lost City of Atlantis
That's What It Was Like
Adding of Course
a Few Personal Effects.
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Danigl F, Berger Lucille E. Berger
Donald W. Befgfff Carol A. Bicksler
Donald W. Berger Lucille E, Berger Carol A. Bicksler 7
"Don" "Lucy" "Carol" .
Vo-Tech V Vocational , Vocational V
VICA Q33 FNA 12, 3, Ill . . . Projectionist Q3, 45 . . . PNA Q, 43 , , ,Senior Play Q45 57 . FHA Q3
ElGCYfiClafW Senior Play Q43 . . . FHA 145 43 L. L A
Undecided Beautician f V
Brenda B. Billman Douglas D, Billman
Chorus 42, 3, 4l - - A 59f1i0f PIHY l4l - - - FFA 12, 3, 41 . . . FFA Chaplain . . .Stage
lUni0I' Play 437 - - - HOCKEY UP . . A I- V- Crew Q32 . . . junior Play Q33 . . . Iliad
Cheerleader Q21 . . . I. V, Cheerleader, Spgrtg Editgr 43, , , , Wrestling Q35 , , ,
Captain Q35 Senior Executive Council 143
Brenda B. Billman 26 Douglas D. Billman
- Larry L. Boehrner in Elaine l. Boltzl
"Larry" V , , "Elaine" C L
L C lndustrial Arts 'l ' L CVO-Tech , li l L f
sqccer 13, 43 . , . Baseball 433 . . .Golf 445 y L Library Club BJ 1 . . Banda Ui - - . VICA
. . . Senior Executive Council f4l l3l - l 1 WCA FGDFGSEUYHUVS l3l - . -lUFliOI'
Undecided , ' L Class Play Q35 . . . senior Class Play! 143
V Beautician ' ' Ll ' C
Larry L. Boehmer 27 Elaine lr l30lfZ
David C. Bordner Salvatore M, Brown
Doris A, Bfecitbni Walter wayne Burd l
l David C, Bordngf Doris A. Breckbill ' Salvatore M. Brown
"Dave" "D0flSU I , Nsammyll
r Academic V0'T9ClW - V0'TeCh- l
Mwhmm. C FNA141- Dardanian Staff 131 1 . . Student Council
Data processing 12, 3, 41 . . .1 Library Club 13, 41 . . . Projecf'
C tionists141 . . . Stage Crew 141 , , . Bus
Monitor 121 . . . Chorus 121 . . . Senior
C Play 141 . . . Iunior Play 131 . , .Tennis 121
. . . Fire Marshal 141 q 1. . Iliad Staff 13, 41
1 . . . llfadrsrahf Reoorter 131 . . . DECA
Club 131 , . . DECA Vice President 131 V
Amy R, Canes jeffrey M. Carpenter
Walter Wayne Burd
occer Q35 . . . Golf l4l . . . Stage Crew ll,
,3p . , . Band 11, 2, 3, 41
Iollege Bound, Metallurgy
Amy R. Carles
Dardanian Staff 12, 3, 4l . . . Darclanian
co-editor 443 . . . FTA 12, 3, 45 . , . FTA
Secretary Q33 . . . Library Club 42, 33 . . .
Senior play Q41 , . . junior Play Q31
College Bound, Elementary Education
jeffrey M. Carpenter
vicA 43, 42
C Marine Corps
1061 C- UHUSGV , Nancy 1. CO0ver 1 S Robin A. Davis
"loeI" "Coover" "Robin"'
Vo-Tech VO-TeCl1 ' Commercial
VICA 13, 41 . . . VICA Representative 141 Undecided Dardanian Typist 1411 I A FBLA 13 41
APPVGWUCGSWP in Madilne Shop Student Council 12, 3, 41 . . Student
Council Secretary 1413 S. . Chorus 12 3 41
-, . . Color Guard 12, 3, 41 . . . Color C-uard
Captain 141 . . . Chorus Secretary 141
Senior Play 141 . . . junior Play 131
Basketball 111 . . . Student Store Clerk 141
. . .JV Cheerleader 121 S. . . Varsity Cheer
leader 13, 41
Secretarial Position 1 ,
joel C. Clauser
Nancy 1. Coover
T'-WY L- DOME' Bruce A. Eberly
L Agriculture Voqech
FFA 1 1, 2, 3, 45 . . . Projectionist 13, 45 Undecided
Debra K. Dubbs D
Student Counqil QU . . . Band 12, 3, 4y. . .
Chorus QZQ . . , Color Guard Q2, 3, 43 L
Senior Play Q47 . . . Hockey CU . . . Bas-
ketball my . , . Tennis my . . ,,1.v. cheer-
leader QZQ Varsity Cheerleader' Q30
Practical Nursing A A .. .
Robin A Davis
Terry L, Donkel 31
Debra K. Dubbs
Bruce A. Eberly
BGUY 10 ECl49Vf Marilee K. Eckert
BGUY lo ECKGVT Malrilee K. Eckerti
Commercial Academic ' - '
Dardanian Typist 141 . . . FBLA 13, 41 . . . FTA 12, 3, 41 Q . , Library Club 111 .
FBLA Vice-President 141 . . . junior Play 131 A Band 11, 2, 3, 41 . . . Chorus 12, 3, 41 . . .
. . . Illiad Typisi 13, 41 . . , Student Store junior Play 131 , A , lunior County Chorus
Clerk 141 . . . Senior Play 141 111 . . . Senior Play 141 . Vocal Ensem-
Business School, Legal Secretary ble 141 Q '
College Bound, Elementary Education
Kathleen A. Eisen brown
Kathleen A. Eisenbrovvn
Dardanian Staff 12, 3, 43 . . . Hostess 143
. . . Chorus 12, 3, 43 . . . Flag Twirler 12, 3,
43 . . . Glag Twirler Captain 143 . . . Senior
Play 143 . . . junior Play 133 . . . Basket-
ball 113 . . . Tennis 12, 3, 43 . . . junior
Miss Contender 143 , . . j.V. Cheerleader
123 . . . Varsity Cheerleader 123 . . . Varsity
Cheerleader 13, 43 . . . junior County Cho-
rus 113 . . . Chorus Accompanist 12, 3, 43
. , . Vocal Ensemble 143 . . . Student
Council 143 . . .
College Bound, Sociology
"Lester" 4 A
' Vo-Tech, 1
Projectionists 11, 2, 3, 43 . . . Stage Crew
11, 2, 3, 43 V
lrvic G. Frantz Pamela F. Gassert David P. Gibble
"lrvy" "Pam" "Dave"
Academic Academic Academic
Projectionists Ql, 2, 3, 41 . . . Fire Marshal PNA Q3, 41 , . . Band Q1, 2, 3, 41 . . . Library Club Q'l, 2, 3, 41 . . . Debates Q31
Q3, 41 . . .Stage CFGW Q41 Chorus Q2, 3, 41 . . . Senior Play Q41 . . Q , , junior Play Q31 . . . Stage Crew Q3, 41
College, Physics lunior Play Q31 . . . Basketball Q21 . . , , , Chorus Q2, 3, 41 . . . Senior Play Q41
Senior Executive Council Q41 , , , Fire Marshal Q3, 41 . . , Iliad Staff Q2, 3,
Medical Secretary 41 , . , Iliad Reporter Q2, 3, 41 . . . Chorus
Librarian Q31 Vocal Ensemble Q4
College, Liberal Arts
lrvic G. Frantz David P. Gibble
Pamela F. Gassert 34 George R. Heck
George R' Heck LHVVY C- Heffelfifigef Beverly A. Hetrick
"George" f'Larry" 'fgevff
V0-Tech Agriculture Academic
foil'-Kflofllsf 4112135 - - ' BUS MOHHOY ll, FFA 412,143 - - r PfOi'2CU0f1iSISl3,4l Library Club 41 2 3 41 . . . FNA 445 . . .
l I Farming Hostesses Q41 . . . Chorus 12, 3, 45 . . .
'raftmg Color Guard 12, 3, 42 . . . Senior Play l4j
. . . junior Play Q31 . . . Basketball C33
Larry C. Heffelfirrger 35 Beverly A. Hetrick
Donna L. Hoffman
Dennis R, Hoke
DOUGH L. Hoffman Dennis R. Hoke r 3' Maria MQ Hollenbach '
"Donna" rffH0kie" l "'Maria" , f
V Commercial Academic - . Academic , ,
Dardanian Staff 12, 3, 41 . . . Library Club Mechanic A f 1 Dardanian Staff 12,. 3, 41 . . . Dardanian A
11, 2, 3, 41 . . . FBLA 13, 41 . . . FBLA Presi- ' 1 Editor 141 .jClass1Secretary 111 .' .Clas
dent 141 . . , Chorus 12,'3, 41 . . Q Senior A A A 4 Treasurer 12, 31 . . .Senior Chorus 12, 3,1
Play 141 . . . junior Play 131 . .3 . Class Sec-
retary 141 V j
Secretarial Position ' .
. .r . Color guard 13, 41 . .,W. Senior'PIay 1l
. .-.junior Play 131 . ,Hockey 11, 2,,3, f
. . . Basketball 13, 41 . Tennis 11, 2,
. J. . l,liad.S,tafft 13, 41 . 4 .1 Iliad assistai
Art Editor 131 . Iliad art Editor 141
Vocal Ensemble 141, , - A 4
College, Commercial Art r '
Maria M. Hollenbach
Mary Ann Kalbach
Mary Ann Kalbach
, "Maw Ann" I
any Club 13, 41 . . . Hostess 1
or Play 141 , . , FHA 13, 41
Pamela L. Kalbach
1 Academic 1
Dardanian Staff '12, 3, 41 ,Q . Student
Council 13, 41 . Student Council 'Vice-
president 141 . . . Chorus 12, 3, 41 Q . ,
Color guard 131 . . . Senior Play 141 .
1unior,Play 131 ,, . . rBasketball,11-1 , . .
Tennis'i131 . . . 1,V.fCheerleader 121 . . .
Varsity Cheerleader 13, 41 , . . Varsity
Cheerleader Captain 141 . . . Chorus Presi-
dent 141 , . . National Honor Society 13, 41
. . , Vocal Ensemble 141
College, Special Education .
Pamela L. Kalbach
David S. Kauffman
rDavid S. Kauffman
4 "'Scott"' C
Mi 1 Vo-Tech
' Machinist A
Dennis C. Keeney Elesa M. Keeney
Dardanian Staff l2, 3, 41 . . . Debates f1,2, FNA U, 3, 41 . . . Chorus f21 . . . Senior
3, 41 . , . Band ll, 2, 3, 41 . . . Concert Play Q41 . . , Basketball Q41 , . . FHA 11,2
Band 41, 2, 3, 41 . . . Senior Chorus l2, 3, 41 41 . . . FHA President Q41
. . . County Chorus CI, 2, 3, 41 . . .District Nursing
Chorus 13, 41 . . . Senior Play Q41 . , . lu-
nior Play Q31 . . . Soccer Cl, 2, 31 . . . Ten-
nis Q41 . . . County Band 141 . . . Darda-
nian Photographer f41 . , . junior County
Chorus 141 . . . Vocal Ensemble f41
College Bound, Sociology
Dennis C. Keeney 38 Elesa M. Keeney
laequeline Ketner A ' Ralph A. Kieffer
N x Ulackien K, "Ralph"
' X Vocational V Agriculture
NA l4l. . .FBLA 431 . . .Seniori Play 443 R FFA 41, 2, 3, 41 . . . FFA President 139 . .
eautigian ' Projectionist U, 2, 3,41 . . . Stage Crew Q1
lacquelirie Ketner 9 Ralph A. Kieffer
Carol I. Kissling
Corinne L. Knabb
Michael C. Klahr
Carol 3. Kissling
Dardanian Staff 13,43 . . . FNA 13, 43 . . .
Class Vice-president 113 . . . Hostess 143
. . . Concert Band 12, 3, 43 . . . Chorus 12,
3, 43 . . . Color Guard 12, 3, 43 . . , junior
Play 133 . . . Hockey 113 . . . Basketball 113
. . .Tennis 12, 3, 43 . . . Fire Marshal 13, 43
. . . junior Miss 143 . . . LV, Cheerleader
123 . . . Varsity Cheerleader 13, 43 . . . Na-
tional Honor Society 13, 43 . . . National
Honor Society Vice-president 13, 43 . . .
Senior Play 143 . . . Vocal Ensemble 143
College, Physical Education '
Linda 3. Kramer
Michael C. Klahr Corinne L. Knabb
V0-Tech Commercial ,
Band 113 . . . Chorus 123 . . . VlCA 13, 43 Library Club 1l, 2, 3, 43 . . . FBLA 13, 43
. . .Senior Executive Council 143 . Chorus 12, 3, 43 . . . Senior Play 143
Undgcjdgd junior Play 133 . . . Student Store
Secretarial Position '
Kathy A. Kreiser
Hilda M. Lausch
Linda I. Kramer
Library Club Q2, 3, 43 . . . PNA 13, 43
Bus Monitor 11,23 . . . Senior Play Q43
FHA 43, 43 . . . FHS vice-president Q43
Senior Executive Council Q43 3
3 Kathy,A. Kreiser 3 Hildaf'Mi Lguschi , f,
- A'iKathy "cn c l , , . ffuiidaif c
l V Acadernicyi Y, ,3 r'.i i, ,iaoi fAcad6rnic.V f - 4
FTA 143' , Library ciub 41, 2, 3, 435. Liblrarygciub f2,'3, f43w., .,li . VFNA 43,43
senfqrnriay 443, g g 1lgadysn,aff,q43-o 3 ii chaorcug f2,i3,.43' a i a i
College Bou'nd,lArcheologistl ..',-,, A L "Nursing: f ,'iVi , 33
Ruth A. Leisey Loretta M. Line Thomas M. Luckenbill
"Rudy" "Loretta" "Tom"
Commercial Vo-Tech Academic
Student Council 125 . . . FBLA 13, 45 , , . Chorus 125 . . . Hockey 145 , . . DECA 13, Library Club 11, 25 . , . Tennis 11, 2, 3,45
FBLA Secretary 145 . . . Band 11, 2, 35 , , , 45 . . . Student Store, Vo-Tech 13,45 . . . Fire Marshall 13,45 . . . Iliad Staff 11, 25
chorus 13, 45 . . . Hockey 11, 25 , . . stu- Undecided College Bound
dent Store Clerk 145 . . . Iliad Typist 13, 45
Ruth A. Leisey 42 Loretta M. Line
Carol fV1ay5 Bffan MQI1tO l..ll"ld2i Meredith
"Carol" "Brian" "Linda"
Academic Academic ACHd9mlC
:TA 13, 45. . .Library Club 13, 45. , .H05- Dardanian Staff 145 . . . Student Council Dardanian Staff 145 . . . FTA 12, 3, 45 - - -
:ess145. , .Senior PIHY145. . .lunior Play 12, 35 - . - Swdenf COUHCH Pfwidenf 145 Band 11, 2, 3, 45 . . . concerr Band 11, 2, 3,
135 , . . Hockey 13, 45 . . . Library Ciub . . .Class President 11, 35 . . . Debates 135 45 , , , Chgrug 13, 45 , , , Senior Play 145
Pf9SlCl9l1i 145 - - - Band ll, 2, 3, 45 - - ' Concert Band ll, . . . Hockey 12, 3, 45 . . . Basketball 12, 3,
College Bound, Elementary Education 2, 3, 45 - - - Cl1OfUS 12, 3, 45 - - - Senior 45 , . . Tennis 12, 3, 45 . . . Gym Club 135
Play 145 . . - lUlWl0f PlaY 135 - V - 505591 ll, . . . Student Council 145 . . , Vocal En-
2, 3, 45 . . . Basketball 11, 25 . . . Tennis 11, Semble 145
2, 35 - - - Fife M?1fSlWHl l3, 45 l , - HOUOF College Bound, Physical Education and
Society 13, 45 . . . District Band 135 , . . Health
Regional Band 135 . . . Dardanian Photog-
rapher 145 . . . Vocal Ensemble 145
Thomas M, Luckenbill Brian V' Meliw
Caroq M, fV1ay5 43 Linda L. Meredith
Marv E- Meyer comme c. Miller
Mary E. Meyer Connie C. Miller
"Mary" , "Connie"
F.T.A. 121 . . . Library Club 12, 41 . . . Library Club 12, 3, 41 L . . Hostess 141 . . .
F.N.A. 141 . . . Illiad Staff 141 . . . Illiad Senior ChoruS12, 3, 41 , . . Senior Play 141
Reporter 141 . . . junior Play 131 . , . Elective Art 12, 3,
Undecided 41 , . . Library Club Vice-President 141.
john C- Miller Randy L. Miller
john C. Miller
VICA- Q3, 4,
Randy L, Miller
' "Randy" V
' Agademic, '
Student -'Council Q3, 41
Vice-president'K3J . T . Tenni
Q3, 4D . Q . Iliad StaffaU, 25
Change1Editorl2J L ' my
y- . .. . Class
S my , . .-czolf
i . . IliadnEx-
Susan E. Miller Bruce A. Mindy Larry MOSSF
"Susan" "Bruce" "Larry"
Academic Academic Vo-Tech
FNA 13, 45 . . . Chorus QZ, 3, 43 Band Hi . . . Concert Band OJ . . . Stock VICA 131 45
Nursing Room Q3, 43 Undecided
Susan E. Miller Larry Moger
Bruce A. Mindy Robert Mountz
Robert Mountz Barry Moyer Cynthia A. Moyer
'fsobf' "Barry" "Cindy"
Academic Agriculture Academic
:Quege Bound, Engineering FFA ll, 2, 3, 43 - - - Libraiv Club ll, 25 - - Dardainian Staff 42, 3, 43 . . , FTA 12, 3, 41
VVV95llVl8 ll, 2' 43 . . . Library Club Secretary Q31 . . . Class
, Agricultural Technician secretary 42, 31 . . . Hostess 443 . . . Band 12,
3, 45 . . . Chorus 12, 3, 43 . . , Senior Play Q4j
. . . junior Play l3j . . . junior Miss Con-
tender l4J . . . Dardainian Co-Editor Q43
College Bound, Elementary Education
Barry Moyer Cynthia A. Moyer
Dennis R. Moyer
Herbert H. Moyer
D?UHi Se R:eM0YCfe e ' eHe'f F 'PeffH-TMCYQQ Q eeee ' Samue ueee s. Neum1fg
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CollegeQBQum31,.Veter inarian eV "', i 1 ' 2iPif,ifj V.
Samuel S. Neuirw lr- Robert K. Phillips
Lydia M. Olesh Harvey E. Philumalee
Lydia M. Olesh Robgrt K, Phillips Harvey E. Philumalee
NLydiaH Hskippefl, Hcrashn
, ACademiC Vo-Tech Vo-Tech
ibfarv Club 42, 33 - A . FNA 13, 45 - A . Undecided VICA 43, 41 Y
yN,A. President Q45 . . . Chorus CZ, 3, 41 Undegided
Mark R. Rake Valerie E. Reber
industrial Arts Academic
Track l3, 41 . . . Executive Council f4l Chorus Q, 3, 4l . . . Senior Play Q43
Restaurant Owner Art School
Mfifk R- Ralf 50 Valerie E. Reber
Carol l. Rebman Bruce R. Reed
Dardanian Staff 12, 3, 41 , . . FFA Sweet- Student Council 121 . . . Wrestling 11, 2, 3,
heart 12, 31 . . . Library Club 12, 31 4 , , 41 . . . Fire Marshal 13,41 . . . Debates 141
PNA 13, 41 . , . Band 11, 2, 3, 41 . . . Cho- College Bound, History
rus 12, 3, 41 . . . lr. County Chorus 111
. . .Senior Play 141. . .junior Play 131. . .
Basketball 12, 31 . , . Vocal Ensemble 141
Carol I. Rebrnan 51 Bruce R. Reed
Peter G. Reifsnyder
Leh Ann Reppert
Timothy l. Reynolds
Darryl K. Roth
Peter G. Reifsnyder Leh Ann Reppert TimOthy1A Rgyngldg
"Pete" . '1Leh Ann" "Timm" ,
Academic , Vo-Tech' l Aoadomlc T
Dardonian Staff 12, 3, 41 3. . . FTA 11, 21 Band 121 . . . VICA 131 . , . VICA Repre-T FTA13,41 ' - , ChOrU512,3,41 , l 1 gocco
. , . Library Club 11, 2, 31 , . . Projection- sentative131 1 13, 41 A , , Bggkefball 11, 2, 3, 41 , , , Fir
ists 12, 3, 41 . . . Band 11, 2, 3, 41 . . . Computer Programing Marshal 13, 41
COUFHY Band 141 . . . Cl1OI'US 12, 3, 41 . . . Collgge Bound, Engineering H
County Chorus 13, 41 . . . Senior Play 141 T
V. . . BaSketball 12, 31 . . . Wrestling 111
. . .Golf 13, 41 , . . Fire Marshal 13, 41 . . .
Chorus Librarian 131 ,..' N ational Honor
Society 13, 41 . . . Dardanian Photographer
College Bound, Biology
Chester D. Rudy lr. Sherry L. Schaeffer
Darryl K. Roth Chester D. Rudy lr. Sherry L. Schaeffer
V "Darryl" "Chet" "Sherry" m
Vo-Tech Vo-Tech V Commercial
ack 145 . . . VICA 13, All - VICA 135 Dardanian Typist 141 . . .V FBLA 13, 41 . . .
etallirgigt Mechanic Chorus 12, 3, 43 . . . Senior Play 145 . . .
S junior Play 133 . . . Student Store Clerk 145
. . . Iliad Typist 13l . . . Iliad Reporter 14l
Lloyd H. Sensenig Elvin R. Shilling Thomas W. Shiner
"Bull" "Elvin" "Tom"
Vo-Tech Academic Vo-Tech, Academic
FFA 111 , . . Projectlonist 111 . . , Stage Soccer 11, 2, 31 . . . Wrestling 12, 3, 41 , . . Band 11, 2, 3, 41 . . .Soccer 11, 2, 3
Crew 111 . . . Bus Monitor 11, 21 . . . Se- Fire Marshal 12, 31 . . . Executive Council Baseball 12, 31 . . . Golf 141
nior Play 141 . . .Track 111 . . . VlCA 13, 41 141 College Bound, Physical Education
MaCl1if1lSI College Bound, Engineering
Lloyd H- Sensefiig 54 Elvin R. Shilling
Kenneth A. Sholley Brenda E. Snyder Kevin l. Snyder
"Turk" "Snyd" "Kevin"
Academic Commercial Academic
us Monitor 11, 2, 33 . . . Wrestling 11, 2, Dardanian Staff 13, 43 . , . Dardanian Busi- Golf 13, 43 . . .Stock Room 11, 2, 3, 43
,43 . . , Fire Marshal 13, 43 ness Manager 143 . . . F.B.L.A. 13, 43 , . . Undecided
lndecided Chorus 12, 3, 43 , . . Senior Play 143 . . .
junior Play 133 . . . Student Store Clerk
143 . . . Iliad Typist 143 . . . Dardanian
Typist 143 . . . Class Treasurer 143
Thomas VV Shiner Brenda E. Snyder
Kenneth A. Sholley 55 Kevin la 5V'Yd9V
Brian L. Speicner
lH'MHfe C "W if -'11 VV
Gloria E. Stauffer
Craig Allen Stoudt
lames C. Stoudt lr.
' Brianl.. Speicher ' Gloria E. Stauffer ,", Craig 'Allen' Stoudt '
V .- - -f'Brian" I V , "GQvemor"' V i . V "Craig"
' ' K Atadelmic - Commercial L- , ,Agritulture ' , '
Library Clubu, r2l,Vq, .C .7Band7l1, 2, 3,41 PNA my . . . FBLA q3, 41 . . ,sensor Play V FFA f1,2, 3,43 . Frfxsemmel Q33
gVVVlLl.'C.lf1Ol'U'5.,Vf2, 3,',ilbkV.l V. .r ,Senior Play my ' l4j'. . , llliad Typist GJ V ' V , Wrestling U, 2, 35, . Baseballfflj
. Basketball '12, 31 Q QVfgVVFirerMarsh'all 13, VV Unde-Vqidgd V Llndecided V f VL ' ,1 '
4j . . y irlfadosraff Q43 , Illiad' RGVDOFIEFV
l4l, r , , r
College Bound, Engineering, ,, ' '
Michele l. Stoudt Trudy K. Suskl
1ames C. Stoudt jr. Michele I. Stoudt' ' 'TrudyVK, Suskl g
"lim" V "chele" VV V 1 V Mr ' V ' "Tru0lyy',' 5 fcf ,
Vo-Tech . V V Academic ' ' 'V H l ' V Acad9fT'iC7 pV V'
carpenter Dardanian Staff! 42, 3,411 A PNA 43, 41 4 Library Club'41, 2, 3,.4V1,, .V.a,FNA,431
. Hostess 441 Band 41,4 2, 3, 41 . .1 , Chorus 42, 3, 41 Q senior Play 441
County'Band 441 '. Chorus 42, 3, 41 , Q VV V junior Play 4311. 1 . Tennis 4117 4 V
County Chorus 441 . ,V . Senior Play 441 . .. Undecided V I, V iff ' '
junior. Play 431 . . . Hockey 41, 2, 31 . . . 1 ' ,, '
Basketball 41, 2, 31 . . ,Tennis 41, 2,5 3, 41 ' ' l ' '
' . . . Varsity Cheerleader- Substitute 441 ,Vg . l
junior County Chorus V411 . .V ., National ,V V
, Honor Society 43, 41 . . . National Honor, ' ,.
Society Secretary-Treasurer'43, 41 . . . Class, ,
Vice-President 441 . . . Vocal Ensemble 441 '
College Bound, Chemistryc H V, '
l V. 4
Clarence VV. Svveitzer Donna L. Troutman Brenda A. Wfignef
"Clarence" "Donna" "Brenda"
Academic Academic Academic
Student Council 115 , . . Chorus 12, 3, 45 Dardanian Staff 12, 3, 45 . . 4 Library Club FTA 12, 3, 45 . . , Library Club 1'l, 2, 3, 4
. , . Senior Play 145 . . . junior Play 135 12, 35 . . . FNA 13, 45 . . . PNA Secretary . . . HOSIGSS 145 , . . Chorus 13, 45 . .
Basketball 125 , . . Fire Marshal 13, 45 . , . 145 , . . Hostess 145 . . . Band 12, 3, 45 , . , Senior Play 145
Iliad Staff 13, 45 . . . Iliad Staff Editor 145 Chorus 12, 3, 45 . . . Senior Play 145 , , , College Bound, Elementary Education
. . . Executive Council 145 junior Play 135 . . . Lebanon Daily News
College Bound, Anthropology High School Reporter 13, 45 . . . Honor
Society 13, 45 , . . Vocal Ensemble 145
Clarence VV. Svveitzer 8 Donna L. Troutman
5l39ll9Y LYNN VVHUS Diane L. Wayne Cynthia L. Wealand
"Shelley" "Diane" "Cindy"
Academic Commercial Commercial
id 11, 2, 3, 41 . . . Chorus 13, 41 . . . Dardanian Staff 141 . . . Dardanian Typist Library Club 11, 2, 3, 41 . . . FBLA 13, 41
wior Play 141 . . . Hockey 13,41 . . .Bas- 141 . . , Library Club 1'l, 2, 3, 41 . . . FBLA . , , Chorus 13, 41 . . . Flag Twirler 13, 41
ball 131 . . . FHA 131 , . .Vocal Ensem- 13,41 . . .Chorus 13,41. . .Senior Play 141 , , , Senior Play 141 . . . junior Play 131
141 . . .Student Store Clerk 141 . . ,Iliad Staff . . . Student Store Clerk 141 . . , FBLA
liege Bound, Home Economics 13, 41 . . . Iliad Typist 13, 41 . . . Library Reporter 141
Treasurer 141 Secretarial Position
Brenda A. Wagner
Shelley Lynn Watts
Diane L. Wayne
Cynthia L. Wealand
David V, White
Dorothy M. Wilhelm
Emma C. Witters
Ken neth W. Wolfskill
David V. White Dorothy M. Wilhelm Emma C. Witters
"Dave" "Dos" . "EmmY"
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Stage Crew 121 . . . Chorus 1 2, 3, 41 . . . Vocal Ensemble 141 . . . Dardanian Staff Chorus 12, 3, 41 . , . Senior Play
Basketball 11, 41 . . . Track 12, 3, 41 12, 3, 41 . . . Class Treasurer 111 . . . Band lunior Play 131 . . - Hockey 111 Basket
College Bound, Ministry 11, 2, 3, 41 . . . Concert Band 11, 2, 3, 41 ball 111 . . . l.V. Cheerleader 12, 31
. . . County Band 141 . . . Chorus 12, 3, 41 UNdGClClSd 1
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junior Play 131 . . . Hockey 13, 41 . . . Bas-
ketball 11, 2, 3, 41 . . . Tennis 11, 2, 3, 41
. . . Class President 141 . , . Band Secretary
Ground Hostess for Airline
Albert S. Yanosik Leroy P. Zeller
Kenneth W, Wolfskill lr. Albert S. Yanosik m 'Leroy P. Zeller
"Wolf" . "Al" l "Butch"
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F.F.A, 12, 31 . . , Projectionists 133 Basketball 11, 35 . . . Golf 13, 451. . . Fire Mechanic rm lg A
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Gregory Dean Zerbe Karen E. Zerbe Theodore F. Zerbe
HGVGSU "Karen" "Tedd"
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Soccer 111 , . . Baseball 11, 2, 31 . . . Stock Library Club 12, 31 . . . F.N.A. 13, 41 , , , Student Council 111 . . . Library Club 11, 21
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Tennis 141 . . . Wrestling 141 junior Play 131 , . . Iliad Staff 121 , , , Iliad 2, 3, 41 , . . Concert Band 11, 2, 3, 41 . . .
College Bound, Law Enforcement Reporter 121 Pep Band 13, 41 . . . county Band 13, 41
Nursing . . . Chorus 12, 3, 41 . . . Soccer 141 . . .
Basketball 11, 2, 3, 41 . , . Tennis 11, Z, 3, 41
Fire Marshal 13, 41 National
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President 141 . . . District Band 141 . . .
Gym Club 141
College Bound, Pre-med
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You've got to admit it, the four fe-
male officers fmiddlel did a splendid
job in ruling over the Senior class with
the coaching of their advisors ftopj,
Mr. Rentschler, Miss Witman, Mr.
Hoffman, and Mr. Scarpignato
tmissingl. Dorothy Wilhelm was the
senior class president with Michele
Stoudt as her vice-president. The trea-
sury department was handled by
Brenda Snyder, and Donna Hoffman
was secretary. The executive council
consisted of Clarence Sweitzer, Elvin
Shilling, Pam Gassert, Greg Zerbe,
Linda Kramer, Herbert Moyer, Douglas
Billman, Larry Boehmer, Mark Rake,
Mike Klahr and Mike Bashore.
With our motto "Today decides
Tomorrow" the senior class student
council representatives did their best
to improve THS. The representatives
fbottoml from various section were
Robin Davis, Pam Kalbach, Brian Meli-
to, Sammy Brown, Kathi Eisenbrown,
Linda Meredith and Randy Miller.
A vocal ensemble was started, com-
posed of senior chorus members. This
group sang our class song "Some-
where'l at commencement. The class of
'71 chose the class flower to be the
carnation, and the class colors were
baby blue and white.
The class of '71 anticipated com-
mencement. The ad book and sand-
wich sales kept them busy in any spare
time they found. Senior pictures and
class trips also had to fit in the agenda
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what a rewarding experience. The
class play was only one of the
many activities engaged in by the
class of '72 in order to meet their
financial obligations of their year-
book, class trip and commence-
ment. Other functions included
conducting sub and pizza sales,
as well as the junior Class dance
of November 13.
Mrs. Snyder, librarian, and Mrs.
Lindemuth, 11th grade English
teacher, chaperoned a class trip
to New Hope, Pa., to see the play,
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First Row: Bicher, Marlenep Boehmer, Barryg Bowman, Lindag Brossman, Dianeg Brown, Rufusg Brumbach, Davidg Clark
Boyer, Briang Boyer, Robertg Brossrnan, Allen. Second Row: Timothyg Darcas, Dennisp Daugherty, Lora.
Class officers for the junior Class are Craig Zeigler, Pres.g Sylvia Parker, Treas.g Bonnie Zeigler, Sec.
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First Row: Fink, Michael, Fitzgerald, julie, Fox, james, Freed, Norma, Hain, David, Hain, Greg, Heckman, Michael,
Robert fabsentj, Gerhart, Bonnie, Gingrich, Yvonne, Good, Mary Heffelfinger, Lola.
fabsentl, Graeff, Scott. Second Row: Gruber, Shelva, Gutshall,
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Hirnmelberger, Patti, Hoffman, Anthony, Houser, Loretta. Vaughn, Kauffman, Ilene, Keener, Lynn,
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First Row: Parker, Sylvia, Phillips, Gary, Reed, Terry, Reifsnyder, Riegel, Rebecca, Ritchie, Marie, Ritzman, Glenn, Rohrbach
Daniel, Rentschler, Ricky, Rentschler, Timothy. Second Row: Joyce, Rudy, Duane, Ruth, Francis.
Mr. Scheirer and Mrs. Lindemuth are also advisors of the junior Class.
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Seiverling, Gary, Sholley, Gary, Smith, loan. Second Row: Stein, Kevin, Sticker, Suzette.
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lanetg Triest, Kennethg Valentine, Russell. Second Row: Wagner, Yiengst, Williamg Zerbe, Deborah
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necessary for his graduation.
The class of '73 this year held
their dance on February 26. It was
a successful affair, enjoyed by
both students and faculty.
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DeLong, Constance, DeLong, Karen. Second Row: Deppen, Larry, Eckert, David.
Class officers ofthe Sophomore Class are Greg Goshorn, Pres, Revel Weidman, Vice-Pres., Connie
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Marilyn, Feaser, Annette, Felty, Mary, Fisher, Robert, Foreman, Steven, Goshorn, Gregory.
Herbert. Second Row: Frantz, Elman, Frantz, jeffrey fabsentjp
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Kilpatrick, Karen, Kirkhofl, Dale, Kirkhoff, Kevin. Second Row? Limerick, Colleenf.
Kline, Lois, Kline, Ray iabsentj, Kreiser, William, Kurtz,
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Snyder, Glenn, Snyder, Kathleen labsentl, Stauffer, Phillipp Sternberg, David labsentj.
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Being a Sophomore means different things, for Robert it means studying hard.
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ning of their journey the fresh-
men feel surrounded by new
faces, new subjects, and new
rooms. How easily the class made
an adjustment to our school was
evidenced in their participation in
the sports and music programs.
Many became involved in hockey,
soccer, and in the band.
This year the freshmen class
sponsored a fund-raising project
for the Red Cross to aid the ty-
phoon victims of Pakistan. On
March 26, they held their first
dance at the high school. The
spirit and enthusiasm of the class
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first impression a good one.
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School Authority And School Board:
Approving The Policies We Are To Follow
Seated: Orville Stauffer, Warren Kline, Alvin Zerbe. Standing: Clarence Mengel, Earl
Schaeffer, Lynn Rissinger, Floyd Koenig, john Moyer, lr.
The School Board, presidet
over by Warren S. Kline, goes tc
great lengths to provide the bes
possible means of education fo
Tulpehocken High School. Thi
Board approves all policies tha
the students are to follow. Vict
President of the Board is l-larolc
Bashore, Secretary is Alvin Zerbe
and Treasurer is Earl Degler
Completing the Board are: Floyc
Koenig, Clarence Ivlengel, lohr
Moyer, Lynn Rissinger, Ear
Schaeffer, and Orville Stauffer.
Time to get to work.
Always time for a laugh.
The School Authority regulatef
construction and maintenance o'
our high school.
Work is plentiful.
Mr. Schaeffer is a busy man. They are a group of hard working men.
Managing The Office, ls Their Problem
Mrs, Helen Kline
Mrs, Helen Kline, Mrs. lean Polk, and Mrs. Thelma
Keeney are our secretaries vvho work vigorously
behind the scenes. They manage our Office very
effectively, and efficiently take care of the ponder-
ous work that must loe done daily.
Mrs. lean Polk
Mrs. Thelma Keeney
Supervising Principal And Assistant Supervising Principal:
Ruling The lvlob, ls Their job
lvlr. Ebling, our Supervising principal, and Mr.
Koenig, our Assistant Supervising principal, manage
the business and finances of the school. Their job
requires long hours and much patience.
Mr. Ebling attended Albright College, and re-
ceived a B.S. in Ed. He received a M. of Ed. at Tem-
lvlr. Koenig attended Albright College and re-
ceived a B.S. in Ed. He received a lvl. of Ed. at Tem-
Mr. Earl Koenig
Mr. Harry Ebling
Mr. Harold Matthew
Mr. Harner, our guidance counselor, is the
man responsible for aiding the seniors of THS
get into good colleges. He helps students a
great deal in deciding vvhich college is best for
them and their oncoming career.
Mr. Harner attended Franklin and Marshal
College and received a BA. of Ed. He received
a M. of Ed. at Temple University. He also at-
tended Millersville State College for Guidance
Mr. Harner takes an active part in the Stu-
dent Council because he is their adviser.
Mr. Matthevv, our High School principal,
controls our school and everything in connec-
tion vvith it. Coming in contact vvith numera-
ble students and faculty members every day,
he faces and solves many problems with a firm
and guiding hand.
Mr. Matthew attended East Stroudsbrug
State College and received a B.S. in Health and
Physical Education. He received a M. in Educa-
tional Administration from Temple University.
Mr. Robert Harner
Heath De oartment:
Chewing Oar Eyes, Our Ears, And Our Blood
Dr. Pugliese prepares the medical records for the high school.
Mrs. Haag carefully weighs a student.
Modern, efficient medical facili
ties are made available to the
students of Tulpehocken Higl
School. Dr. Pugliese, Mrs. Haag
and Mrs. Orendo comprise the
medical staff responsible for the
administration of physicals, hear-
ing tests, eye tests, blood pres-
sures, T.B. tests, and the everyday
treatment of injuries and ailments
that may occur within the student
Mrs. Orendo makes a bed in the healtl
Safel Taking Us To nd From School
Standing: Quentin Gettelg Harold Bashoreg Carroll Snyderg Kenneth Moserg Elmer Bashore, Seated:
Calvin Zellersg Edith Zieglerg Gertrude Henneg loan Mengelg Paul Keeney.
The bell rings. The people run. Where do they run? They run to get away.
Our bus drivers have a very responsible
job, that of transporting the students to
and from THS safely. Exercising caution
and Care, they Commute the students
The beginning of the 3:10 dismissal.
Cooking And Baking And Doing Their Thing
Mrs. Schlappich carefully prepares the daily menu.
It is almost impossible to satisfy over 500 hungry and
impatient students, but the Cafeteria Staff does its best to
prepare nutritious and colorful lunches. The responsi-
bility of the staff falls on Mrs. Helen Schlappich, cafeteria
Other duties of the cooks are to supervise the classes
at special activities requiring the use of the kitchen. The
menu for the soccer banquet and the Berks County
Agricultural Stabilization banquet are also included in the
tedious job of our cooks.
Mrs. Luckenbill and Mrs, Schlappich make our delicious peanut butter
and jelly sandwiches.
Mrs. Henne adds the finishing touch to the chocolate
Mrs. Bashore scoops out the mashed potatoes.
Keeping Gur School Clean
Mr. George Bashore and Mr. jacob Bicher.
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Mr. Glenn Moyer
lt's Mr. Moyers' fault that our school is always so cold.
Thanks to our friendly custo-
dians, THS is not only a clean
school, lout a very pleasant place
to corne to in the morning. As the
custodians work busily by day
and late at night, the students real-
ize they could not get along very
well without thenn.
Mr. Moyer keeps our halls neat and
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Mrs. Deisher attended Kutztovvn State College and received a
B.S. in English. She teaches both English and Reading. Mrs.
Deisher also advises the Debate Club.
In today's fast-moving world it is necessary for
one to be able to communicate effectively and
clearly. Because of this fact, our English department
attempts to develop a student's self-expression in
composition and oral presentation. This is accom-
plished through descriptive writing, impromptu
speeches, and writing and acting our short skits.
English grammar is no longer given the attention
it had been given in lower grades. Literature appre-
ciation, an enlarged vocabulary, and the ideas of
self expression are the basic areas of English instruc-
A little conference is held by four teachers,
Mr. Feaser attended Lebanon Valley College and received an
A.B. in English. He also received a M.Ed. in English from Tem-
ple University. He teaches English. Mr. Feaser advises the llliad
and the junior Class Play.
Mrs. Lindemuth prepares her lesson.
vlrs. Lindemuth received a B.S. in English and Secondary
Education from Bloomsburg State College. She teaches English
Mr. Hoffman received an AB. in English from Lebanon Valley
College. He teaches English. Mr. Hoffman also is a yearbook
adviser, and he coaches the track team. This year he is also
directing the Senior Play.
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Social Studies Department:
Discovering The World Around Us
Social Studies as a whole is designed to help
students appreciate the cultural heritage of the
world and to understand his ovvn society. In Civ-
ics class the freshmen learn about the govern-
ment and hovv it operates. Sophomores analyze
the cultures and various societies of other coun-
tries in their World Cultures class. American His-
tory is taught to juniors and enables them to ana-
lyze decisions and mistakes made in our coun-
try's past. Seniors are offered a course in the
Problems of Democracy, which gives them a
broader picture of the political structure within
our country and the world. Sociology, an elective
for seniors, gives the student a better understand-
ing of man and his many societies.
Two speakers of the house.
Mr. Wentling received a B.A. in History from King's
College and a M.Ed from Temple University. He teaches
World Cultures and Civics, coaches the soccer team, and
is the athletic director at THS. Mr. Wentling uses overlays
and comparative world maps in many ofhis classes.
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Mr. Schwartz received a B.S. in Social Science from Mansfield
State College and an lvl.Ed. in History from Kutztown State
College. He teaches American History and Civics. Mr.
Schwartz also is an advisor for the THS Student Council.
Kevin waits for his daily beating.
Carol certainly enjoys her P.O.D. classes.
Mr. Scarpignato received a B.A. in History Sociology
from Albright College and an M.A. in Education from
Temple University. He teaches Civics and Problems of
Democracy. Mr. Scarpignato also gives current news
media immediate attention.
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Mrs. Leininger attended Kutztown State College a
received a B.S. in Mathematics. She teaches Algebra I a
General Math. She also advises looth Varsity and lun
Mr. Crim attended Bloomsburg State College and receive
a B.S. in Mathematics. He also received a M.S. in Guidanc
and counseling from Kutztovvn State College. He teach
Algebra ll and General Math. Mr. Crim is also the wrestli
coach and assistant track coach,
The Mathematics department provides the
student with a firm mathematical background. The
freshmen build the foundation by studying Algebra
l. Sophomores then follovv by working on Geometry
in order to better grasp the concepts of Algebra Il
taught in the their junior year. Trigonometry is
taught to seniors, and the Advanced lvlath course is
offered as an elective.
Mr. Kaiser attended Kutztovvn State College and received a B.S. in
Education. He also attended Lehigh University and received a
M.A. in Education. He teaches Geometry, Trigonometry, Business
Math, and General Math. Mr. Kaiser also advises FTA.
i Mr. Rentschler makes himself at home,
Mr. Rentschler received a B.S. in Science from
Elizabethtown College. He teaches Trigonometry,
Physics, and Advanced Math.
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The Science Department helps the stu-
dent understand the basic concepts of the
world. Biology teaches the student about
himself and about other organisms which
affect his life. Earth and Space presents the
student with ideas of vvhy and hovv our sur-
roundings are the way they are novv. Chem-
istry introduces the complex vvorld of ele-
ments and chemical substances. Physics
primarily deals vvith matter and the effect of
energy upon it. The elective course of
Bio-Chemistry shows hovv the concepts of
chemistry and biology work together in life
Mr. Ullrich received an A.B. in Psycho-Biology from
Albright College. He teaches General Science and Earth
and Space Science, and advises the Karate Club.
Kathy and Peter are absorbed in their work.
Mr. Winter attended Penn State University
from where he received a B.S. in
Chemistry and an MS. in Education. He
teaches Chemistry and Earth and Space
Science, Bio-Chemistry and also is the
boys tennis coach.
Mr, Winter plans his attack.
Linda looks a little stumped, you would too if you had
David doesn't mess around.
Mr. Wenrich received a B.A. in Natural Science, and
a M.Ed in Biology from Kutztown State College. He
teaches Biology and Bio-chemistry. A new technique
used by Mr. Wenrich this year is silent filrnloops.
Translating 10, OO Words Each Night
German and Latin classes are made more interest-
ing bythe use of films, slides, and tapes. Mrs. Kline
and her Latin classes enjoy singing. Miss Ketner
keeps her classes under control by allowing them to
color Advent calendars and Easter cards.
Mrs. Kline attended Ursinus College and
received an A.BL in Latin, French, German,
and English. She also attended Kutztovvn
State College for Social Studies, She
teaches Latin and German. She is an ad-
viser of the Dardanian.
Miss Ketner attended Kutztovvn State College and received
a BS. in Secondary Education, She teaches German.
Lab and l985 SO f089fl'W9Vf German teachers are happy people.
Mrs. Kline passes back a test and Bruce can't wait to get his back.
Training ln Typing, And Writirig, And Talking
This program of study is offered to those students
wishing to be office secretaries, legal secretaries,
and those wishing to enter any field of business.
Some of the courses offered are typing, shorthand,
business lavv, and filing.
We also have a special program offered to senior
girls. This program allovvs them to go to school for a
half day and to have an actual job the other half.
This program helps both the employer and the stu-
Miss Whitman attended Bloomsburg State College and
received a BS. in Education. She teaches all the business
courses. She is an adviser of the Student Store. She also
orga nlzes the work experience program.
Mrs, Guthrie attended Susquehanna University and
received a BS. in Business Education. She teaches
personal typing, typing II, shorthand, and bookkeep-
ing. She is an adviser to the Illiad and FBLA. She also
helps with the publicity for the class plays.
Once in a while the commercial girls take it
Mrs. Guthrie makes her daily teaching plans.
Home Economics Department:
Cooking, And Baking, And aking Our Clothe
Home Ec is for the girl who is
more inclined to learn the mysteries
of housekeeping. The girls do var-
ious types of sewing and at some
moments, a boy may be detected in
the cooking area. Home Ec isn't just
for girls, as jeff Schucker may tell
Mrs. Clements received her B.S. in Home
Economics from Mansfield State College. She
also attended Bloomsburg State College. Mrs.
Clements teaches Home Economics and
advises the Future Teachers. Mrs. Clements
has also developed a new unit on consumer
education which involves the actual buying
and testing of different items.
Time to play at nursery school.
A necessary item for painting is an old shirt.
Mrs. Blatt received a B.S. in Home Economics from
Mansfield State College. She teaches Home
Economics and advises FHA. Mrs. Blatt is trying to
teach her students more on Consumer Buying.
idustrial Arts Department:
Iommunicating VV'ih Wood
This year Mr. Scheirer is striving
1 show his boys the "World of
!ork". His freshmen classes are
udying communications. This in-
udes printing, plastics, and me-
wanical drawing. In a few years
lr. Scheirer hopes to expand his
Jmmunications course to include
ianufacturing and construction.
Industrial arts has a real advan-
ige over all the other courses of
udy and that is that the boys
Tarn by doing things. The indus-
ial arts course is open to anyone
'ho is interested. This year he has
Jout 15 academic students in his
For the first time in the history of
HS, girls are allowed to take in-
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Mr. Scheirer is always willing to work with the boys.
Mr. Scheirer attended Millersville State
College where he received a B.S. in ln-
dustrial Education. He teaches Industrial
Arts and Mechanical Drawing.
Cheryl works on her mechanical drawings.
Digging, Plantirig Ard Watching Them Grovv
Everyday our vvorld is increas-
ing its population by thousands.
This puts a great burden upon the
farmers vvho have to raise the
food for all these hungry people.
Therefore, the purpose of our
agriculture department at THS is
to prepare students for the many
needed professions in the grovv-
ing field of agriculture.
Throughout the year the stu-
dents cared for their ovvn projects
5 on the FFA plots, worked on the
rig school farm and nursery, and
planned outdoor stations in fores-
try teaching. Agriculture electives
included turf maintenance and
Iliff establishment, landscape design,
forestry resources and multiple
uses, and natural resources.
Mr. Orendo attended Pennsylvania State University and received a B,S. in Agriculture
Education and Agronomy. He teaches agriculture and farm mechanics. He is an adviser of
FFA, Stage Crevv, and Audio Visual.
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Library Science Department:
Reading For Pleasure
Mrs. Snyder attended Kutztown State College from
where she obtained a B.S. in Library Education. She also
advises the Library Club. The Library has purchased a
new cassette tape recorder for the students to use.
The Library is a very essential part of every school. lt
is a place where the students can go to find materials
which supplement the knowledge they acquire in the
Our librarian, Mrs. Snyder, and her library assistants
are always willing to aid the students in finding helpful
and informative materials. ln order for the freshmen to
learn how our library is set up, Mrs. Snyder instructs
them in the contents and use of the library.
This year we have an added study aid in the library.
The library has purchased a cassette tape player and
several tapes concerning the present problems of our
The students carefully look over the new books.
The library is a pleasant place and a busy place.
You can read a book and
check out a book in the
Mrs. Oberly There is always work for Mrs. Oberly.
Physical Education Department:
jumping The Hurdles And Climb' The Ropes
Mrs. Wolf happily leads her
troops through various fields of
phys-ed. The younger girls learn
basic sports - hockey, basketball,
etc. and the older girls go into
dancing or making up gymnastic
routines to records. The classes
are always lots of fun and the
girls have a great time raising the
Boy am I glad that's over.
The movie star of THS
Mrs. Wolf received a B.S. in Health and
Physical Education from East Stroudsburg
State College. She teaches girls gym and
also coaches hockey, basketball, and
tennis. This year Mrs. Wolf is initiating
corrective physical education classes.
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Boys Phys-ed classes under the jurisdiction
of Mr. Wolf, are usually lively, fun-filled affairs.
Even though an occasional light is busted or a
neck snapped in half, the boys still enjoy their
games of fist soccer and other light sports. This
type of sport is usually played in the winter
when going outside is impractical. So, the
practical sport of fist soccer is employed and
quite a number of boys can sport a practical
bruise or two.
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Mr. Wolf received a B.S.
Education from West Chester State College. I-le teaches
boys gym and coaches l.V. Basketball, l.V. Baseball,
Gym Club and is the Assistant Soccer coach.
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The chorus and band keep Mr. Kremser
very busy but he also finds time to hold a
snack bar job after school in the gym lobby.
The profits go to the music department. Vari
ous other activities also encompass the stu-
dents such as Christmas and Spring Con-
certs, county and district chorus, and many
Mr. Kremser attended Ithaca College from vvhere he re-
ceived a B.S, in Music Education. He teaches music, band,
chorus, and instrumental instruction. Mr. Kremser also ad-
vises the Stage Crew.
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Albright College. This year Mrs. Carvell
allows the pupils to teach themselves
almost anything in the art field with
See the birds fly.
As our Art teacher, Mrs. Carvell
leads her students through the
maze of painting, sketching, sevv-
ing, and many other diversive ac-
tivities. Many students choose to
elect art and are quite satisfied
vvith the program.
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Driver Education Department:
Rattled erves And Smashed Up Fenders
lvlr. Brovvn, the Driver Ed.
teacher, does everything humanly
possible to teach his students to
drive safely. Risking his neck ev-
ery time he takes a greenhorn out
driving, this courageous man is
more than willing to do it for
THS. Under his careful guidance,
the students fare much better in
And they give us heck for running around
in the halls.
Mr. Brown attended Shepherd College from where he received
a B,S. in Elementary Education. He also received a Driver Educa-
tion Cert. from Millersville College. Mr. Brovvn teaches Driver Ed.
and is the boys basketball coach.
Mr. Brown is doing something constructive for a
focational Technical Department:
Preparing Skills ln Specialized Fields
Mike Fink, Harvey Philumalle, john Seiverling, and Sam Neuin.
Vo-Tech students are busily at
work learning the tricks of their
chosen trade and generally enjoy
what they study. Spending a half
day at the Co-Tech schools and
the other half at Tulpehocken,
they receive instructive, intensive
training and a good start on life.
Standing: Harvey Philumalee, john Adams, jeff Carpenter, joel Clauser, john Miller. Seated: Torn
Shiner, Mike Bashore, Doris Breckbill, Nancy Coover, Loretta Line, Sam Brown, Larry Moser,
Terry Reed, Mark Delp, Tom Shiner, and Ted Whitmoyer,
Doris Breckbill, and Mary jane Bare
Standing: Chester Rudy, George Heck, james Stoudt, Darryl Roth, Lloyd Sensening, Seated: Daniel
Berger, Sam Neuln, Lester Felck, Mike Klahr, Richard Balthaser, Robert Phillips, Scott Kauffman.
Lorreta Line, Sarn Brown, and Suzette Sticker.
Nancy Coover and her instructor.
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Eanding: Lola Heffelfinger, Vickie Light. Seated: Chris Bender, Bonita Adams, Margie jay Hgmmelbgrger and Russel Valentine
Ieck, Debbie Miller. '
Heffelfinger, Linda Carpenter, and Standing: Mike Fink, Terry Reed, Kerry Henne, Ted Whitmoyer, Lynn Degler. Seated: Mary
Light. lane Bare, Wanda Dosch, Marlene Bicher,
Chris Bender, Paula Schneck, and Bonita Adams Charles Bashore, Donald Berger, Francis Dombroski, and Kerry
Standing: Randy Luckenbill, Glenn Ritzman, Brian Kiebach, john Messner, Steve Stoudt, Gary
Sholley, Gene Kreiser, Francis Dombroski. Seated: Charles Bashore, lay Himmelberger, Russel
Valentine, Robert Boyer, Mike Heckrnan, Gary Strause, Terry Edris.
Bob Adams, Dale Deck, Mike Heckman, and
Ronald Shalters, Mike Bashore, David Osvvald, Mike Klahr, and Randy Luckenb
William Kreiser and Melvin Dietrich,
john Adams and Larry Berger.
toudt Carl Miller Gary Keener Gene Krelser and Daniel
Lester Feick, Bruce Eberly, Gregg Pugleise, Brian
john Messner, and Steve Stoudt.
Larry Schucker, Gary Keener, john Selverling, Gregg Pugllese, Bob Adam-s,
Dietrich. Seated: William Kreiser, Randy Hovver, Linda Carpenter, Rickie
Donna Bowman, Loretta Houser, Margie Deck, Elaine Boltz,
Cindy Balthser, and Rhonda Gerhart.
Larry Schucker, Gary Strauss, Rickie Luckenbill, and Richard
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Representing The Students ln Important atter
This year our Student Council
under the capable leadership of
Brian lvlelito, is striving to make THS
a better school. They have come up
with many new and interesting
ideas, such as a possible Road Rally
and more live entertainment at
school dances. The welfare of each
student is always uppermost in the
minds ofthe Student Council.
Standing: Leslie Katz and Herbert Foreman.
Sitting: Karen DeLong and Rita Meredith.
Pam Kalbach, Vice Pres.g Brian Melita, Presidentg and Robin Davis, Secretary
David Nein, Kerry Scanlan, and Aldo Melito.
Rosie Decorates for Spirit Week
Mr. Schwartz and Mr. Harner, Advisers.
Sitting Scott Graseff Barbara Schneck, and Sheldon McCoIlam. These girls helped make Mr Feasers room a winner
Standing Craig Ziegler and Rufus Brown.
Ch, Tedd also ran for Student Council
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National Honor Society:
Maintaining Ouistaridrg Academic
A nevv organization started at THS
which will benefit the student body
greatly. A National Honor Society vvas
formed of students maintaining outstand-
ing academic achievements. Students
from Conrad Weiser High School partici-
pated in the induction ceremony during
The group consisted of juniors and
Seniors. Officers vvere elected as the or-
ganization began its first year. Member-
ship into this organization will definitely
give underclassmen a real challenge to
Michele Stoudt, Vice-Pres.g Tedd Zerbe, Presidentp and Carol Kissling, Secretary.
Mr. Feaser is the adviser.
Standing: Peter Reifsnyder, Tedd Zerbe, and Brian Melito. Sitting: Pam Kalbach, Michele
Stoudt, Carol Kissling, and Donna Troutman.
The National Honor Society induction.
Brian Melito lights his candle.
Discussng Our orld-Pressing Problems
One of the more intriging clubs at
THS is the Debates Club which is
sponsored by Mrs. Deisher. This
club sends its members to various
schools where the teams pair of'f
and debate. A judge grades the indi-
vidual debators and the sum of
these grades is the team's score. This
club provides excellent opportunity
for practice of public speaking and
the least the students can do is
profit from their experience as a
member of the club.
Co-Chairman, Dennis Kenney, Adviser, Mrs. Deisher.
Keith Derr, Bruce Reed, Dennis Keeney, Delmas Keeney, Carol Dieffenbach,
E Co-Chairman, Craig Ziegler, Sec.,
Randy Bashore, Dan Reifsnyder, Craig Ziegler, Beth Daugherty, Greg Goshorn.
Assisting The Librariar
Suzette Nein, David Zimmerman, David Gibble, Doris Dietrich, Mary Kalbach, lrene Gechter, Mary
Porto, June Bender, Linda
The Library Club is an organiza-
tion for students 9 through 12,
designed to provide assistance for
the librarian. jobs performed by
these assistant librarians include
working at the circulation desk,
decorating the bulletin boards
and showcase, and straightening
out messy book and magazine
shelves. The interest stimulated
by this club, hopefully will cause
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Donkel, loe Meyer, Kathleen Lash, Hilda Lausch, Lori Hetrick, loyce
Judy Barnett, Corrine Knabb, Linda Kramer, Cindy Wealand, Elesa Keeney, Donn
They're reading "Mad", They must be sad. David Bartg Investigates an
Seated: Carol Mays, Pres, Standing: Elaine Boltz, Sec, Diane Wayne, Treasg Mrs. Snyder, Adviser,
Connie Miller, Vice-Pres,
anding: Sharon Phillips, Diane Brossman, Pam Shafer, Linda Girls always lOOl4 at books together
mmerman, Kneeling: Carol Moyer, Darlene Behney, Kathy
enger, Denise Keeney.
Standing: Connie Reiner, Debbie Graeff, Kathy Batdorf, Patty Schierer, Bonnie Auchenbach, Trudy
Suski. Kneeling: Cheryl Hetrick, Brenda Wagner, Connie Wagner, Donna Leiby.
Future Teachers Of America:
Preparing For A Teaching Career
FTAls main purpose is to give future
teachers a chance to better understand
the profession they are entering. The
club took part in many activities this
year. One of them vvas a discussion
vvith a panel of teachers, namely, Mr.
Hoffman, Mr. Wenrich, Mr. Rentschler,
and Mr. Scarpignato. The discussion
was both interesting and amusing.
The club also had an activity night,
presented an assembly, recognized
National Education Week by making
posters, and the junior and senior
members did their student teaching in
the classes they preferred.
First Row, Kneeling: Sylvia Parker, Lori Hitrick, Karen Delong, Connie Delong, 3
Moser. Second Row: Dan Reifsnyder, Carol Dieffenbach, Timm Reynolds, Wade Keen
Danny Wagner, Tim Clark, Linda Meredith, David Hain, Tom Eisenman, Bob Seigrist.
Officers: janet Stump, Vice-Pres., Mr. Kaiser and Mrs. Clements, Advisers, Dan Siegrist, Pres., Eileen
Kauffman, Sec., Becky Riegel, Hist.
First Row, Kneeling: Brenda Wagner, Becky Sattazahn, Rosie Kline, Diane Rudy, Kathy Wenger,
Marilyn Fensler, loyce Rohrbach, Lynne Balthaser. Second Row: Carol Mays, Susie Nein, Diane
Brossman, loan Bennett, Cindy Moyer, Inga Spangler, Gail Delong, Beth Daugherty, Marilee Eckert
uture Homemakers Of America:
Dedicating Themselves To The l-lome
Elesa Keeney, President, Linda Kramer, Vice-Pres., Wendy Bashore, Secretary.
Linda skillfully makes a pillow for sale in the FHA store.
FHA is a club organized by Mrs.
Blatt and is specifically for those
girls interested in homemaking.
This area includes cooking, sew-
ing, child care and many other
Mrs. Blatt, Adviser.
Standing: Lucille Berger, Margie Deck, Bonnie Adams, Shelva Gruber, Sitting: jackie Ketner, Arlene
Spease, Mary Ann Kalbach, Carol Bicksler, julie Fitzgerald.
Future Nurses Of America:
Aiding The Unhealthy
Despite everyday discoveries and
cures in the current field of medi-
cine, there is still the great demand
of nurses in today's vvorld. The Fu-
ture Nurses of America is a club
consisting of 11th and 12th grade
girls interested in answering this
demand. Activities for the year in-
cluded films, speakers, and field
trips to various medical centers.
Mrs. Haag and Mrs. Orendo.
Standing: Wendy Bashore, Mary Meyer, Hilda Lausch, Carol Rebman, Pam
Gassert. Sitting: Elesa Keeney, june Bender, Linda Donkel, Susan Miller.
Donna Troutman, Secretary, Lydia Olesh, President, Karen Zerbe,
Jackie Ketner, Linda Kramer, Carol Bicksler, Wendy 134
Moyer, and Michele Stoudt in the front.
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This year the Student Store was
ry busy selling their new tiems.
nong the new items were spirit
ws, tams, scarves, and a new selec-
in of paper back books.
The store was very successful this
r thus bringing lots of profit for
, senior class.
judy Barnett, Brenda Snyder, and Ruth Ann Leisey.
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Diane Wayne hejps the Soph- working in the Student Store.
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derclassmen choose their school sup
First row: Brenda Snyder, Donna Hoffman, Miss Whitman, Advisor, Corinee Knabb, Sherry Shaeffer.
Second Row: Ruth Leisey, Robin Davis, Gloria Stauffer, Betty joe Eckert, Diane Wayne, ludy Barnett.
Future Business Leaders Of America:
Assisting The Office
During the course of the year the
FBLA has been busy. ln the Fall the
members attended the Fall Regional
meeting held at Twin Valley.
At Christmas time the girls were
busy making favors for the teachers.
In March the club put on an as-
sembly vvhich consisted of tvvo skits,
one entitled the Unideal Secretary
and the other the Ideal Secretary.
The closing of their activities was
in the Spring when they attended
the Regional Meeting held at Wilson
Standing: Marie Ritchie, Gloria Krammas, Linda Bowman, Norma Gutshall, Gail Mil
Sitting: Barbara Schneck, Carol Myers, Debra Adams.
Bonnie Gerhart, Mabel Spitler, Bonnie Napp, Eleanor Malsbury, Connie Kline, Denise Gingrich,
Melanie Stamm, Mary Krill, loan Smith.
Standing: Donna Hoffman, President, Cindy Wealand, Reporter, lui
Back ROW: Diane Wayne and Corinne Knabb Middle ROW, Barnett, Treasurer, Betty lo Eckert, Vice-Pres., Ruth Leisey, Secretary. Ac
Robin Davis and Sherry Schaeffer. Front Row: Brenda Vlseri Mrs' Gullme'
Snyder and Gloria Stauffer.
-earning To Defend Ourselves The Oriental Way
The THS boys will certainly be able to handle their enemies
now that a Karate Club has been organized. Karate means
"empty hand" in japanese. It is a system of self defense which is
based on the use of the arms and legs in attack and defense. You
utilize your full strength to attack your opponent's weak points.
Karate came from a system of fighting which was developed in
India and later spread to China. From China it went to Okinawa
and from there it spread to japan where it was popularized.
Karate will probably continue at Tl-IS because many boys have
come out and they all enjoy it very much.
Mr. Ullrich demonstrates a position for the boys.
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Future Farmers Of America:
Learning To Conserve The Land
Terry Donkel, Herbert Moyer, Phillip Stauffer, Larry Heffelfinger, Leroy Redcay, Barry Moyer, Ralph
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Ronald Wenger, Tony Kolar, and David Musselman. Mike Keeney, lohn Mindy, Paul Schlenker.
Brain Hovver, lim Fox, Randall Althouse, Dan Olesh, joseph Brubacker, Larry Dove, leffery Frantz,
Tim Rentschler, Callen Weaver, Carl Sholl, Kenny Sholl, and Thomas Kleinfelter.
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The members of this organization learn ev-
erything they can about farming. Mr. Orendo
also tries to teach them hovv to become lead-
ers. Leadership is a very important quality to
The Future Farmers of THS also help in the
landscaping of the area around the school and
they have set up their ovvn nursery. They also
sponsor other activities such as their annual
hayride and their chicken barbeque.
Scot Stoudt, Douglas Dove, and Stanley Lembergel
Elston Wolfg Duane Rudy, Sentinelg Douglas Billman, Brown, Vice-Pres.g Steve Bashore, Treas.g Dennis Moyer,
Chaplaing lim Orendo, Reporterg Kenny Krill, Pres.g Rufus Sec.g Mr. Orendo, Advise-rg Bob Ziegler.
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A new organization at THS, the Gym
Club allows underclassmen to help lvlr.
Wolf in his gym classes. By doing this
it allows the boys to gain experience in
teaching and also in working with oth-
ers. Everyone seems to like the idea
and the Gym Club will probably be a
permanent item in the extra-cirricular
activities of THS.
Curt Behler shows his soccer skill.
Standing: Barry Boehmer, Curt Behler, Ted Zerbe, and Tom Shiner. Kneeling:
Brian Melito, Sheldon lvicCollam, Dan Siegrist. David and Greg Hain are
If there was a real fire, do you think we could clear out in time?
Fire Marshalls are those students
who were chosen for the job by the
administration. Their job is to make
sure the building is safely evacuated,
windows closed, and all other safety
precautions done in case of fire. At
times when least expected, the
alarm is rung and students go
through the practices as though a
real fire were in the building. ln this
vvay, fire marshalls and students
know vvhat to do and where to go
so that if the real situation ever oc-
curs a minimum amount of damage
to the school and students results.
Standing: Brian Speicher, David Gibble, Irvic Frantz, Albert lvlelito, Kathy Batdorf, Carol Kissling, Peter Reifsnyder, Curt
Yanosik, Clarence Sweitzer, Kenny Sholley, Bruce Reed, Timm Behlef, Tom LUClW9nblll-
Reynolds, Tedd Zerbe. Sitting: Elvin Shilling, Dennis Keeney, Brian
Projecting Pictures Un The Screen
For students interested in the op-
eration of a projector, the Audio
Visual Club allows them to learn
just that. For school use, a member 'Q"r'
of the club usually runs the projec- lllllu El
tor for various educational films.
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Bill Yiengst, Rufus Brown, Kenny Krill, Wade Keener, Randy Behney, Greg Hain.
Tony Kohler, Lynn Lebo, Randy Bashore, jake Meyer, Clifford
Berger, Brian Hovver,
Kneeling: Glenn Snyder, jimmy Olesh, Larry Croft, Ste
Cibble, john Siverling. Standing: Gary Keener Delmas Keen
Robert Cerberich, William Cerberich, john Mountz, Ror
Mr. Orendo, Adviser, Irvic Frantz, David Gibble, Dennis Moyer, Elvin Schilling, Lester Feick.
Controlling The Light, Curtains,And Soun
The Stage Crew takes care ofthe
age behind scenes. During a
:hool assembly or some outside
rogram, these boys manipulate
me lighting, sound effects, and
me like. With the passing of this
ear, however, THS will lose the
reatest member it ever had -
one other than our own Lester
sick, who handles the stage bet-
rr than anyone else.
Ielmas Keeney, Steven Gibble, David
bble, Aldo Melito, Dennis Royer, lrvic
antz, Larry Lutz, Tom Eisenman.
Bill Yiengst, Brian Hower, jim Orendo, Randy Behney,
Lester Feick, Chairman, Mr. Orendo and Mr. Kremserp Advisers.
Printing Events To Keep Us Informed
Clarence is giving orders to his men.
Craig Ziegler, Feature Editor, Diane
Brossman, Club Editor.
Reporters, Aldo Melito, jeff Kreitler, David Gibbel, Danny Wagner, Marilyn
Fa nsler, Mary Meyer.
Typists: Sherry Schaffer, Betty jo Eckert, Carol Myers, Diane Wayne, Gail
Clarence Sweitzer, Editor, Mrs. Guthrie, Adviser, Mr. Feaser, Adviser.
The llliad Staff, vvhich usually
puts out an issue monthly, vvrites
many different types of articles
for the enjoyment or ponderance
of the students. The paper in-
cludes individual writings on seri-
ous sulojects, and on the lighter
side, humorous jokes and anec-
dotes. lt also reports on the
on-the-spot news of Tulpehocken
events, such as sports or social
Reporters: Mary Felty, Rose Marie Marasco, Chris Geering, Pat Pugliese, Ann Schneck, Mary Porto,
Reporters: Patti Himmelberger, Carol Dieffenbach, Debbie Graeff, Sherry Schaeffer, Theresa
Kilousky, Beth Daugherty, Brenda Miller.
Holdirg The Doors And Taking The Offering
Carol Mays, Bev Hetrick, Connie Miller, Mary Ann Kalbach,
Michele Stoudt, Cindy Moyer, Brenda Wagner, Carol
Kissling, Donna Troutman, Kathi Eisenbrown.
Each year at Tulpehocken High School, girls
are chosen from the senior class to serve as the
school hostesses. These girls are selected on
the basis of outstanding scholastic achieve-
ments. Among the many duties of a hostess
are attending all school functions, serving as
ushers, collecting offerings, distributing pro-
grams and supervising the entering and leaving
of students at school assemblies.
Carol Mays, Bev Hetrick, Brenda Wagner, Kathi Eisenbrown, Carol
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Describing The iernories Of The Past Year
lenn Eberly, Sylvia Parker, Becky Riegel, Kathy Wenger, Dan Wagner, jeff Shucker, Lynn
althaser, joe Meyer.
The Senior Dardanian staff has their
work cut out for them all year as they
prepare their yearbook and hope for
the best. Much work is put into this
project for the planning and financing.
Being a very great responsibility, the
staff realizes they get only what they
put into it, so they strive to make their
yearbook the best thus far.
Seated: Diane Brossman, Susie Nein, Gloria Krammes, Patti Himmelberger, Linda Bowman, Gail
Delong, Rosie Kline. Standing: jeff Kreitler, Craig Ziegler, Dan Reifsnyder.
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Eisenman, Carol Dieffenbach.
Typists: Sherry Schaeffer, Betty Eckert, Robin Davis, Diane Wayne.
Photographers: Dennis Keeney, Peter Reifsnyder, Brian Melito.
Brenda Snyder: Business Manager.
Carol Kissling, Donna Troutman, Linda Meredith, Donna Hoffman, Michele Stoudt, Carol Rebman
Dos Wilhelm, Ioan Bennett, Pam Kalbach, Kathi Eisenbrown.
Editors: Cindy Moyer, Amy Carles.
Art Editor: Maria Hollenbach,
Advisers: Mrs. Kline, Mr. Hoffman.
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Presenting "My Fair Lad " To The Paiblic
The Chorus under direction of
Mr. Kremser, gives a Christmas
Concert and Spring Concert every
year. With one practice per week,
some 100 students attempt to
blend their voices into a chordant
harmony by the time the sched-
uled concert has arrived.
Sylvia Parker playing the chimes in
Officers: Dennis Keeney, Vice-Pres.g Pam Kalbach, Presidentp Greg Goshorn, Librarian
Robin Davis, Secretaryg Delmas Keeney, Libarian.
THE BIG CHORUS
Dorothv Wilhelm, Carol Dieffenbach, joan Tenorgegrion.
tt, Kathi Eisehbrovvn.
Marching Around In The VVeTAnd The Cold
Mr. Kremser leads the band in its
parades and concerts. The band gives
one concert every year and that is the
Spring Concert, which is shared with
the Chorus. This year our band partici-
pated in the Pretzel Bovvl, which con-
sisted of a march dovvn Penn Street
and pre-game ceremonies, and the
Kutztown Homecoming. The Memorial
Day parades are also attended by the
Officers: Carol Rebman, Sec, Tedd Zerbe, Pres, Dorothy Wilhelm, Vice-Pres.
Sousaphones: Ricky Rentschler, joe Meyer, Steve Gibble, jacob
Percussion: Danny Wagner, Wesley Edris, Randy Behney, Dennis Royer, Eric Madeira, Dale
Kirkhoff, john Stoltz. Kneeling: Sylvia Parker, Sharon Bender.
larinets: Tom Eiseman, Hope Kantner, janet Rudy, Shellet Watts, Rohrbach, janet Stump, Denise Brandt, Patty Balthaser, Carol
mis Mengel, Linda Meredith. Third Row: Brian Melito, Cindy Dieffenbach. Kneeling: Alan Gassert, David Zimmerman, Becky
,oyer, Michele Stoudt, Delores Fox, Second Row: loyce Sattazahn, Mildred Kline, Donna Leiby.
Majorettes: Melanie Stamm, Captaing joan Smith, Karen Kilpatrick, Candice Luckenbill, Robin
Luckenbill, Joann Hartz.
THE BIG BAND
Saxophones and Hornsg First Row: Dottie jo Dietrich, Susanne Troutman, Rosie Kline, Dennis
Keeney. Second Row: William Yiengst, Lynn Balthaser, jane Luckenbill, Dorothy Wilhelm,
Color Guard: Maria Hollenbach, Beverly He-trick, Robin Davis, Captaing Patty Himrnelberger, Gail
DeLong, Bonnie Zeigler, Carol Kissling, Darlene Hostetter, Denise Gingrich.
Flag Tvyirlers: Mary Krill, Cheryl Bashore, Marie Ritchie. Revel Weidman, Cindy Wealand, Kathi Eisenbrown
irombone and Baritone Standing: Tedd Zerbe, Todd Showers, Flutes Standing: Marilee Eckert, Leslie Katz, Suzette Nein. Sitting
lim Koenig, Aldo M9llt0- Kneeling? Pelef R9lfSnYCl9f, lulie jane Cocks, Kay Reppert, Donna Troutman, Carol Rebman.
ichmehl, Sandy Wagner. Sitting: Danny Reifsnyder, Lee Cocks,
Scott Ketner, Delmas Keeney.
Trumpet and Cornet Standing: Brian Speicher, Tom Shiner, Randy Bashore, Kevin McCarthy, Daryl
Rainbow. Kneeling: Keith Derr, Bruce Boltz, Greg Zeigler. Sitting: David Stahler, David Patrick,
Alan Rebman, Pam Gassert, Kathy Wenger.
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The baseball team, under the guid-
ance of Mr. Leininger, worked very
hard last season. The boys learned to
master their ovvn individual positions
and they all did their very best.
We were pleased to have Ken
Noecker represent THS on the All-Star
team. Two other Trojans, Lynn Schaef- .
Catcher: Mike Bashore. 1
players. We all hope the boys have a ,
successful and victorious season.
Third Baseman: Barry Boehmer.
Mr- Leininger- Catcher: Greg Zerbe.
Barry takes a mighty swing at the ball.
Left Field: Tim Rentschler fer and Glenn Noecker, also received 5
Next year the team should be quite i
successful because they lost only four S
Pitcher: jay Batz. First Baseman: Lynn Schaeffer.
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Right Field: Tom Shiner.
sistant Coachp Mr. Wolf
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Coaches: Mr. Hoffman, Mr. Crim
Running The Laps
The track team, under the direction of Mr
Hoffman, had a very successful season ever
though they won only a single meet agains
Fleetwood. The team did very well in the
running events but they lacked backing ir
the field events. Borrowing Lynn Scheaffe
and Barry Boehmer from the baseball tearr
helped them out.
We were very happy to have lack Wen-
rich, Lynn Schaeffer, and Greg Goshorn rep-
resent THS in the District Ill Championships
Goshorn and Wenrich were defeated in the
beginning heats but Schaeffer went on tc
A freshman, Larry Dietrich, who was in-
jured early in the season showed a great
deal of skill in the triple and broad jump.
First Row: Troy Rudy, lack Wenrich, Greg Goshorn, Barry Boehmer, Davy Barto, Les Whitmoyer,
Herb-Foreman. Second Royv: Mark Rake, Ted Whitmoyer, Dan Yiengst, Greg Pugleise, Melvin
Dietrich, Mike Orendo, Glenn Eberly. Third Row: Dennis Boehmer, Leonard Mays, Larry Sholl,
Larry Dietrich, Lynn Schaeffer, joe Meyer, Richard Bechtold.
GO'f1 Hitting The Ball And Walking A Mile
Although it is a new sport at THS,
golf seems to be quite popular. Mr.
Rentschler had thirteen guys who
came out for the team last year. The
guys didn't play any league matches,
however, they did play two trial
matches. They lost the one match by
only a half point. The team has picked
the Heidelberg Country Club as their
home course and do all their practicing
on that course.
Randy Miller and Rex Harrison. Peter Reifsnyder.
Gary Batz and Mr. Rentschler, Coach.
Kerry Henne, Glenn Barnett, and jeff Kreitler. . -
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The team, under the supervision of
Mr. Winter, started out very good until
they lost two of their players.
Our top player, Tedd Zerbe, was
seeded fourth in the county at the
County Tennis Tournament.
The team lost four out of their five
top players last year but they still will
have Zerbe who proved himself to be
quite a tennis player. This year they
will have to rebuild the team but we're
all sure they'll have a very rewarding
Mr. Winter, Coach
"Now Delmas! This is how to do it."
Dan Wagner, Manager. 168 George Wagner
Richard Forry Norman Hiester Phil Madiera
Tedd Zerbe Richard Forry
Mr. Winter, Coach, Tom Luckenbill, Scott Keener, Eric Madeira, Tom Eisenman, Tedd Zerbe, Phil
fxfiaigireiirafl Lynn Degler, Dennis Moyer, Delmas Keeney, Rich Forry, Brian Boyer, Norman Hiester,
oe e ito.
Temlsi Serving The Ball Gver T e High Fence
Tennis was a successful sport last
season while the team ended up with
six wins and five losses. Maria Hollen-
loach, Dos Wilhelm, Michele Stoudt,
Sharon Ivliller, and Carol Kissling, top
five players lead the team to its six vic-
Wilson and Annville-Cleona were
two of the Varsity team's more over-
whelming victories, both with a score
of 6-1. The l.V. team also came up on
top with a 6-1 score against Oley.
Tennis is chiefly a game that requires
much skill and concentration. From
their record, the team proved their
ability to do both of these things.
joan Bennett Linda Meredith Kathi Eisenbrown
First Row: Sandy Witters, Val Miller, Sylvia Parker, Chris Riegel, Zimmerman, Sally Roth, Carol Kissling, and Sharon Miller. Third
Inga Spangler, llene Kauffman, Kathi Eisenbrovvn, and Linda Row: Mrs. Wolf, Karen DeLong, Rita Meredith, Marilyn
Meredith. Second Row: Michele Stoudt, Lynn Balthaser, janet Fansler, Lois Mengel, Maria Hollenbach, Dorothy Vvilhelm,
Stump, loyce Rohrbach, Becky Riegel, loan Bennett, Donna Connie DeLong, Leslie Katz, Pam Kalbach, and Mary Mohnf
Soccer: Kicking, Running, And Making A Go l
Soccer was one of Tulpehocken's
most successful sports once again this
year. After a tie with Elco for first
place, they missed the Berks County
Championship by losing to them in the
Barry Boehmer, Tom Shiner, Timm
Reynolds, Curt Behler, and Shelley
McCollum were chosen for the All Star
Team this year. Timm Reynolds was
also elected by the team to receive the
"most valuable player award." He was
presented with a trophy at the fall
One ofthe more exciting games dur-
ing the regular season was the team's
win over ELCO by a score of 3-1. There
was no score at the end of the first
quarter. However, the Trojans made up
for lost time and won the game much
to the joy of the team and spectators.
Shelley McCollum, Curt Behler, jeff
Schucker, and Larry Boehmer will make
the trip to Europe this summer. These
guys worked hard to earn money by a
soup sale, Italian sandwich sales, and a
dance held at the Kutztown armory.
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Coaches: Mr. Wentling and Mr. Wolf
Halfbacks: Sheldon McCollam, john Messner, Goalleg Tedd Zerbe and William YleVlS5l
Gary Seiverling, and Dan Olesh.
Fullbacks: Timm Reynolds, Tim Rentschler, and Curt Behler.
Managers: David Hain, Greg Hain, and Dan Reifsnyder.
Linemen: Brian Melito, Tom Shiner, Barry Boehmer, Larry
Boehmer, lim Fox, Mike Fink.
Co-Captains: Barry Boehmer, Tom Shiner, and Timm
Are these senior boys what you would call soccer players?
First Row: lim Orendo, Randy Bashore, jeff Stamm, Aldo Melito, and Ron Zimmerman.
Second Row: Lee Cocks, Greg Ziegler, lohn Stoltz, and Dan Yiengst. Third Row: Elman
Frantz, Bob Hess, Joel Melito, and Scott Ketner.
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Tim Rentschler is surrounded by the
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A depressed team after losing to the Raiders.
The souvenirs from Tom and Barry's trip to Europe.
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Hockey: Hustling Along To Score Point
Varsity: Carol Mays, Karen DeLong, joan Bennett, Linda Meredith, Mary Mohn, April
Brumgard, and Becky Sattazahn. Kneeling: Connie DeLong, Dorothy Wilhelm, Leslie Katz,
and Maria Hollenbach.
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lunior Varsity: Linda Carpenter, Lois Mengel, Doris Dietrich, Pat Pugleise Gloria Kramme
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Halfbacks: loan Bennett, Maria Hollenbach,
and Connie DeLong.
Fullbacks: Mary Mohn and Carol
Mays. Goalie: Linda Meredith.
The halfbacks are really working.
The lineman really fight for the ball.
April is surrounded by the Pantherettes. Way to go, Mafia!
"Hustle" was the most frequent
word yelled by teammates during
the 1970 hockey season. The team
did just that. Summer practice
began in August, where the entire
team developed their skills and
where new members were tried
in the position they wanted.
The highlight of the season was
the team's win over Wyomissing
by a score of 2-1. Maria Hollen-
bach and April Brungart, both
high scorers for the season,
scored the two points while
Wyomissing ruined the team's
attempt for a shutout by scoring
their lone goal in the last ten sec-
onds of play.
Freshmen came out for the team
in exceedingly large amounts this
season. Together with the sopho-
mores, the j.V. team came up with
a real good record of 3 wins, 3
losses and 3 ties. Pam Schaeffer
scored 5 goals and lead the l.V.
team as high scorer.
New events were added to the
team's schedule this year. Maria
Hollenbach, center halfback was
elected by the girls to receive the
"Most Valuable Player Award."
Division ll of the Berks County
hockey league also elected an all
star team this year. loan Bennett
was elected to fill the left half-
back position on this team.
Hockey newsletters, another
new addition to the hockey sea-
son, were distributed. These
newsletters contained the records
of each Berks County team,
named their high scorers and
Most Valuable players, and listed
the members of the all star teams.
Stuffing The Ball
The Tulpehocken Trojans set Berks
county records. ln tact, the Trojans set
these records in their game against Cedar
Crest. THS had a 34-for-36 foul shooting
streak while 28 of these shots were
straight in a row.
Two of the Trojan's wins this year were
against Hamburg and Schuylkill Valley. ln
the Hamburg game, Dietrich had 25
points while Zerbe had 20. The Trojans
won 57-51. The Trojans had no trouble
with Schuylkill Valley either. The end
score was 51-40. They also won 3
Tedd Zerbe was a great help to the
team this year. He was the number one
scorer in the western division of the Berks
county league. Foul shots were his best
trait. Not only did he have 160 foul shots
for the season but he set Berks County
records by shooting 22 of 22 shots from
the foul line in the Cedar Crest game.
Zerbe also had 120 field goals and an
average of 19.0 points per game.
ln That Round Netted Ring
JUNIOR VARISTY First Row: jeff Stamm, Bob Hess. Second Row: Roy Degler, Kevi
Kirkhotf, Scott Brown. Third Row: Tim Koenig, Barry Schlappich, Dale Kirkhotf, Tod
Showers. Fourth Row: Greg Ziegler, Steve Deppen, Allen Rebman, Mike Delong. Fift
Row: Lee Cocks, Kenny Morgan.
The j.V. team starting their game with a jump off. Larry Dietrich prepares to take his foul shot.
Mr. Brown with the co-captains Timm Reynolds, Curt Behler, and
'ainersz jeff Schucker and Dan Reifsnyderg l,V. Managers: Rex
arrison and Keith Derry Varsity Managers: Tom Eisenman and Dan
One of the Hamburg Hawks takes a foul shot.
VARSITY First Row: Scott Keener, Shell McCollam, Barry Second Row: Bob Robinson, David Hain, Larry Dietrich,
Boehmer, Gary Phillips, Timm Reynolds, David White. Greg Hain, Tedd Zerbe, Curt Behler.
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The fans watch and cheer for the Trojans. 180
Deitrich waits for the rebound.
Mr. Wolf discusses game plans with the j.V. co-captains, Dale Kirkhoff and Bob
Tedd Zerbe concentrates on his shot.
Zerbe and Dietrich on defense.
Glenn Bafnett takes a Shot. ' Tedd prepares to do what he does best.
Trying Gur Best To Make Those Field Goals
One of the more exciting games of
the girl's basketball season was the one
against Holy Name. THS vvon by a
score of 38 to 34. ln that game Maria
Hollenbach was high scorer with 13
The l. V. team had some close and
exciting games too. One of them was
with Wyomissing. The team played a
good game and tried hard to vvin.
However, Wyomissing vvon by one
Maria Hollenbach and Leslie Katz
were high scorers for the season while
Linda Meredith was third highest.
Karen Delong, Sharon Bender, and joan Bennett served as managers.
The team gets directions from Mrs, Wolf during time out.
The varsity practices their shooting before the game star
Maria makes another foul shot.
Co-captains were Linda Meredith and Maria Hollen
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VARSITY First Row: Barbara Schneck, janet Stump, Linda Meredith
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lUNlOR VARSITY First Row: Darryl Rainbow, Scot Stoudt, Frank Dombroski. Second Row: Bob
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Elvin and Bob are 133 lbs. of Chuck pins his man at 138. john is 145 and he looks it. Neil is a man at 154.
A Pat on the Back for a job Well done.
The highlight of the wrestling season
was when Tulpehocken had 6 wins, 5
losses and 1 tie in their wrestling
match against Hamburg. This was
enough to win by a score of 29-22.
lim Orendo vvon by forfeit, Randy
Zimmerman, and Elvin Shilling deci-
sioned their opponents, and Chuck
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weight Greg Pugliese pinned their
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Cedar Crest I
Mr. Wentling plays an important
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athletic director at THS. In his job
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ling does a truly superb job.
TRACK GIRLS BASKETBALL BOYS BASKETBALL
orth Lebanon 94
:huylkill Valley 104
orth Lebanon 88
onrad Weiser 40
overnor Mifflin 56
:huylkill Valley 55
Daniel Boone 39
lorth Lebanon 49
Opponent - THS Opponent
Elco 32 25 Twin Valley
Holy Name 34 38 Brandywine
Conrad Weiser 38 21 Qley
Muhlenberg 46 33 Hamburg
Wilson 68 25 North Lebanon
Schuylkill Valley 35 20 Exeter
Conrad Weiser 51 23 Cgnrad Weiser
Wyornissing 40 31 Wyomigging
VVllSOI1 63 41 VViI50n
Schuylkill Valley 41 26 Schuylkill Valley
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Leading The Boys To Victory
First Row: Carol Kissling, Robin Davis, Sylvia Parker. Second Row: Lynn Balthaser, loyce Lynn and loyce are cheering for our socc
Rohrbach, Pam Kalbach, Kathi Eisenbrown. Fourth Row: Michele Stoudt. team,
Denise, l. V. Captain. Carol Leininger, Advisor. Pam, Varsity Captain.
Pep, pep, pep, Thatfs what our Cheerleaders havgl 188 Practice makes perfect, but nothing will help Sally.
Possessed with pep and vitality,
our cheerleaders can usually be
heard a block away, although not
always during a game. This year the
1-V and Varsity squads each have
seven regular cheerleaders with one
substitute. These girls show up for
our sports events and try to cheer
our teams on to victory. We don't
win all our games, but at least we
have great cheerleaders!
t Row: Sandy Witters, Sally Roth, Rita Meredith. Second Row: Denise Brandt, Wanda
gner, Pat Pugliese, April Brungart. Third Row: lane Luckenbill
Varsity doing, Fight, Fight, Fight.
Robin loves to cheer.
enise hands out a tag to Larry and Dale before the Elco soccer Spirit flows at a soccer game.
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Representing Our School And Competing For "h "
Carol models her evening gown and is judged on poise and ap-
The weekend of October 3 was the high light of
the Berks County junior Miss Pageant sponsored by
the local Jaycees. The three contenders from THS
were Kathi Eisenbrown, Carol Kissling, and Cindy
Moyer. With an interview, Carol was chosen repre-
sentative from our school.
Parties and rehearsals were held to prepare for the
pageant. In addition to talent, the 20 participants
were judged with respect to poise and appearance,
physical fitness, scholastic achievement, and mental
Many hours of practice were required to perfect
the pageant program. Mimi Moyer representing
Governor Mifflin High School won the title of Berks
County junior Miss. 192
Kathi Eisenbrown, a junior miss contender
Cindy Moyer, a junior miss contender.
Qn the night of the pageant, Carol was introduced as the contender
rom Tulpehocken High School.
Carol performed a modern dance
After much preparation and practice the routine went very smoothly.
to Alley Cat, as her
Senior Class Play:
Presenting The All-American Boy
The living room of the Brennen
home vvals the setting for the sen-
ior play which took place on
and 3. This modern
comedy in three acts showed
hovv an All-American boy be-
comes a victim of a con artist.
jerry and all the people around
him learn a lesson from the svvin-
dler, 1. Fenelon Finque.
Mr. Hoffman, director, guides the production
with a smile.
Jerry Brennen, played by Brian Melito, is a very
likeable high school senior. He is electronically
chosen as the National winner in the "Typical
Teen-age Boy Contest". But his world falls in
when the government pays him a visit.
First Row: Marilee Eckertg Kathi Eisenbrowng Carol Kisslingg Karen Zerbe. Second Rot
Brian Speicherg Clarence Svveitzerp Dennis Mpyer.,
The girl next door, Molly Swados,
played by Trudy. She also just
to be lerry's girl friend.
First Row: Carol Rebman, Emma Witters, Beverly Hetrick, Trudy Suski. Second Row:
Michael Klahr, Tedd Zerbe, Brian Melito.
Yvette LaRue is played by Kathi. She
considers hem? to be the biggest
wheel in the senior class.
Yvette's current victim is Horace
Hawthorne. He is played by Brian. His
snake-in-the-grass attitude is overdone
and he is as black as his outfit.
The craziest character in the play and in
school has to be Michael vvho plays Oliver
Brennan. Oliver is a middle-aged father.
He handles money everyday at work, but
has little money himself. He is a poor
mechanic, golf is his bag, and his car gets
lerry's mother, Virginia is played by
Carol. She is a sensible woman who
is in her late thirties or early forties.
Marilee plays the part of "Moose" Grobengeiser who is a
good-natured friend of Betty's. She is overweight and
loves to eat.
jerry loves being selected as the Typical American Teenager. just think -
TV-personal appearances. But Molly has a different opinion.
Mrs. Swados, a dignified mother of
the girl next door, is played by
Devoted to his job is Lt
who is played by Tedd. He is
policeman and acts with
Karen plays Miss Kittinger who
Woman reporter. She is a wo
who knows what she wants
"Ah, you know me Molly, We used to fight in the
What is a family without a little sister? What
is a play without a pest? So Emma plays Betty
Bernnen who is lively and outspoken.
"Say . . . how about an average kiss"
The Internal Revenue man, Mr.
Diogenes, is played by Dennis. He
loves to work with the government.
The Curtains fall.
Mrs. Grobengeiser, Moose's mother, is
played by Carol. She is much smaller
than her daughter.
The biggest con artist and
svvindler in the Country is I.
Fenelon Finque. He is played
by Clarence. He appears to be
a very charming fellow.
junior Class Play:
Kissing The Girl, They Said, Was Impossible
"You Can't Kiss Caroline", a three-act comedy,
was presented by the junior Class on November
20 and 21. The story concerned the students at
East End High School and took place in the gath-
ering place for the "in" crowd - Rand's Drug
Action that revolved around the new girl in
town - Caroline - and the efforts of the boys to
win her affections, much to the disgust of the
other girls, presented many complications when
Caroline's sister, Susie, accidently discovered the
boys' plans. The result is a delightfully amusing
play. Everything turned out all right, however, as
joe won the bet and a kiss from Caroline.
Caroline . . . Bonnie Ziegfer
Ma Rand . . . Carol Dieffenbach
Milt. . . Daniel Reifsnyder
Shirley. . . Beth Daugherty
johnnie . . .jeff Kreitler
jeanette . . . Lori Hetrick
Stanley. . . Dan Wagner
Pat . . . Inga Spangler
Howie . . . Dennis Darcas
Bunny. , . Rosemary Kline
Willie . . .Tom Eisenman
Sally. . . Sylvia Parker
Susie . . . Christine Bender
Miss jameson , . . Kathy Wenger
People behind the scenes:
PROMPTERS: Diane Brossman, Suzette Nein
MAKE-UP: Patti Himmelberger, Lynn Bal-
thaser, Gloria Krammes, Linda Bowman, Gail
Delong, Margie Beck.
Rohrbach, Suzette Nein, Deborah Zerbe
PROPS: Diane Brossman, Ricky Rentschler,
HOSTESSES: joyce Rohrbach, Suzette Nein
Gail Delong, Patti Himmelberger.
STAGE MANAGER: Ricky Rentschler
DIRECTOR: Mr. john Feaser
Seated? Daniel Reifsnyder, Dennis Darcas, Craig Ziegler, Bonnie Ziegler, Christine Bende
Beth Daugherty. Standing: Tom Eisinman, Rosie Kline, Inga Spangler, Daniel Wagnar, Lori
lee t h ' Craig Ziegler Hetrick, Carol Dieffenback, Kathy Wenger, Sylvia Parker, jeff Kreitler.
Mr. Feaser was director of the play.
A little dab will do ya.
Diane Brossman acted as prompter.
Rick Rentschler was stage manager.
Putting make-up on. He nee
Two funny bunnies behind the curtains
Open wide. O. K. Grab him!!
The Breathtaker. A little old fashioned talk.
The thank you kiss.
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An awards assembly is presented for the sen-
iors, in which diverse awards are given to indi-
viduals for certain accomplishments, which are
based on their four years of high school.
The Senior Assembly is not imperative, but if
the seniors so choose, they may have one at the
end of the year. In this assembly, class wills and
prophecies are read, various honors are given to
individual members of the class, and the class
gift is presented to the school.
The Student Council Election assembly is pre-
sented at the end of each year. Its purpose is to
elect a Student Council President and
Vice-President. The candidates give their
speeches in hopes of attaining one of those ti-
The Installation Assembly of Student Council
members is given after the students pick a repre-
sentative from each individual section. These
chosen few are then installed to their duties. The
other members are also installed.
The Sports Assemblies are given expressly for
those students who have participated in any
sport during the year. In these assemblies, awards
are given for being a member of the team or out-
standing athletic achievement.
The Chorus was the attraction in the Christmas
Assembly. They sang numerous songs, both sa-
cred and secular. The new group comprised of 16
seniors is called Sae Decum and this group sang
a few songs in the middle of the program.
The Athletic Assembly was enjoyed by every-
one, not only because it was fun, but instructive
also. The funny part was the dance by 11-1 girls
dressed as Mugwumps, which consists of a pil-
low case over the head to the waist, a coat
around the legs and flippers on the feet.
The Industrial arts Assembly consisted of films
showing members of the group doing various
things pertaining to their field. Included in the
film was their trip to the fair and Steve Hender-
son's first prize for an eagle he made.
The Driver Ed Assembly included two
hard-hitting films. If nothing else, this assembly
made the students think and probably made
their attitude somewhat more cautious.
The English assembly was another fun filled
experience. The students who agreed to plan the
assembly were those who presented it. The as-
sembly was a satire on average everyday televi-
sion, starting from earliest morning to signing off,
Though it was rather long it was enjoyed im-
The FBLA sponsored its annual Activity Queen
Assembly, for which one senior girl is chosen
from every organization to participate. All the
students pick one girl who is crowned the Queen
in this assembly.
The Debates Club gave an assembly, and
those students who stayed awake really profited
from the speeches.
Watching The Stimulating
The lady teachers receive their flower in appreciation for their time.
The "Big Boys" of our school, receive for their effort, a flower because we
are so kind.
Look how easy it is!
Debbie Farnsworth is crowned act
ity Queen by Lynn Schaeffer.
The Debating Club presented the Social Studies assembly.
Maria buys herself a slave.
With a mighty leap, over the horse he flies. What is your bid for this nice young man?
This is the atomic world, I Q , ,
National Honor Society induction assembly
Enlightening The Year With A Few Crazy Frock
Throughout the school year, various
dances are held for the benefit of the
student body, The freshman class
chose to call their dance "Age of
Aquarius? Since the Sophomore class
dance was scheduled for February, it
was called "Cupiols Capers". The lunior
Class also sponsored a successful
A contemporary group played at the
Student Councilfs "Welcome bacl
dance? This kind of dance seems tc
get the best response from the stu-
"Cupids Capers" was enjoyed by everyone
Mary and Mr. Winter enjoy a dance together. Q t th d
ne, wo, ree, an away we go.
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Aluding, And lvlystifying, And Warming The Soul
"Yuletide Ecstacyn was the title of
the Senior's Christmas Dance. Music
was supplied by the Hylanders on De-
cember 23, 1970, from 8-11 p.m. Chap-
erones, guests, and students experienced
a very enjoyable evening before the
hectic Christmas vacation began.
The snow queen and her court sat
on a snowy platform with snowmen
on the sides. The queen was Sylvia
Parker, and court consisted of Bonnie
Ziegler and Mary Dolan
The dance concluded as the couples
danced around the fifteen foot tree.
The Snow Queen and Her Court.
The chaperones always have a good time.
Dos crowns Sylivia as Snow Queen,
Refreshments were very good, but they didn't last 204
The orchestra, the Highlanders
The 15 foot tree.
They danced and they hopped and had a merry time. They were sorry to have it end so
This table certainly had fun at the dance.
They danced until dawn
A bird's eye view of the gay happy tables.
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The "Lost City of Atlantis" was held
on May 9, 1970, in the school gymna-
sium. Many decisions and plans had to
be made months before the night of
the dance. Under the leadership of a
faculty member, the juniors began
long hours of work to make their
dance a success. -
In addition to the work, the class
also had fun while decorating. A
friendly game of tag now and then
broke up the monotony. The biggest
project requiring physical force, was
lowering the ceiling with a parachute.
lt was raised in the center by use of a
pulley. The sides had to be attached to
a wire going around the gym walls.
Lots of man power and a little faith
kept the parachute in place.
The juniors created an underwater
effect with sea weed murals and a
small pool. The prom queen and her
court sat next to remains of a wrecked
ship, which also added to the effect.
The lobby was decorated with fish
and a mermaid, and the entrance to
the gym portrayed a cave, which one
walked through to enter the "Lost City
"Today Decides Tomorrow"
It is a short walk to the auditorium.
They adjust their caps.
They gather at the piano to sing one last song together.
Dos, Randy, Pete and Maria have a chat behind the scenes.
Mike is serious for the first time in his Iif
This group likes to sing with the organ.
They wait for their turn to walk down the aisle one last time.
Sammy walking to his new freedom.
Commencement for the seniors
was held on Thursday, May 27, at
8:00 p.m. This serious occasion
was their big moment, and while
they looked forward to it, at the
same time they held back a little.
After the speaker was finished,
diplomas were awarded and the
seniors marched out. A touching
ceremony, as it is every year, it is
doubly so for the graduate. Bac-
calaureate service was held on
Sunday, May 23, at 7:30 p.m.
Betty jo Eckert
Mary Ann Kalbach
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Leh Ann Reppert
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Carl Miller Sr.
Mr. 84 Mrs. Allen Snyder
Mr. 84 Mrs. Russell Knabb
Mr, 84 Mrs. Glenn Luckenbill
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Mrs. james Barnett
Mrs. Arthur Wayne
Mrs. A. B. Carpenter
Mrs. William Wealand
john Moyer jr.
Mrs. Carl Heffelfinger
Mrs. George Schaeffer
Mr. Warren D. Reed
Mr. 84 Mrs. Alvin Boltz
Mr. 84 Mrs. Lester Billman
Mr. 84 Mrs. Roy Reber
Mr. 84 Mrs. Paul Speicher
Mr. 84 Mrs, Curtis Batdorf
Mr. 81 Mrs. George F. Eisenbrown
Mr. 84 Mrs. Clarence Sweitzer
Mr. 81 Mrs, Clarence I. Keeney
Mr. 84 Mrs. Chester D. Rudy
Mr. 84 Mrs. Ammon Bashore
Mr. 84 Mrs. Richard Suski
Mr. 84 Mrs. William Bare Sr.
Mr. 84 Mrs. Walter Berger
Mr. 84 Mrs. Robert Reppert
Mr. 84 Mrs. Ralph A. Kissling
Mr. 84 Mrs. Samuel S. Neuin
Mr. 84 Mrs. Ray L, Berger
Mr. 84 Mrs. joseph Yanosik
Mr. 84 Mrs. Carl F. Wilhelm
Mr. 84 Mrs. Gerald Troutman
Mr. 81 Mrs. Henry Derr jr.
Mr. 84 Mrs. Conway Bennett
Mr. 84 Mrs. Donald L. Stoudt
Mr. Arlan Moyer
Mr, 84 Mrs Leroy Kramer
Mr. 84 Mrs. Orville Stauffer
Mr. 84 Mrs. Richard Arnold
Mr. 84 Mrs. Charles Klahr
Mr. 84 Mrs. Sterling Hoffman
Mr. 84 Mrs. Paul Wentling
Mr. 84 Mrs. Samuel A. Schwartz
Mr. 84 Mrs. A. j. Clements
Mrs. Grace Carvell
Mr. 84 Mrs. William H. Kaiser
Miss Brenda Witman
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. Michael Scarpignato
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Mr. 84 Mrs. Harold Kremser
Mr. Frederick Ullrich
Mr. 84 Mrs. Edward Crim
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Rev. Paul D. Engle
Rev. 84 Mrs. Thomas Eisenman
Dr. 84 Mrs.
SPX4 john Kilousky
SGT. Glenn C. Balthaser
Mr. 84 Mrs. Clarence Batdorf
Mr. 84 Mrs. Daniel Foreman
Mr. 84 Mrs. Fred Behney 84 Son
Mr. 84 Mrs. Warren Luckenbill
Mr. 84 Mrs. Arron Smith
Mrs. Anna A. Strunk
Mr. 84 Mrs. George Weiders
Mrs. Ruth E. Davis
Mr. 84 Mrs. Miles A. Moyer
Mr. 84 Mrs. K. Eugene Stump
Mr. 84 Mrs. Paul Berger
Mr. gl Mrs. W. A. Strickler
Mr. 84 Mrs. Martin Frantz
Mr. 84 Mrs. Quentin Gettel
Mr. 84 Mrs. Howard R. Kline
Mr. 84 Mrs. Robert Boehmer
Mr. 84 Mrs. George Snyder
Mr. 84 Mrs. David Lorah
Mr. 84 Mrs. Paul S. Houck
Mr. 84 Mrs. Raymond Gassert
Mrs. Burton Degler
Mr. 84 Mrs. Robert G. Mohn
Mr. Eugene Brubaker
Mr. Ammon H. Swope
Mr. 84 Mrs. Rex Harrison
Mr. 84 Mrs. George Stoudt
Mr. gl Mrs. Marvin F. Ritter
Mr. 81 Mrs. james A. Barr
Mr. 84 Mrs. Samuel Hoffman
Mr. 84 Mrs. Lester K. Bohn
Mr. 81 Mrs. Roy C. Wolf
Mr. 84 Mrs. Charles Beard
Mrs. Betty Smith
Mr. 81 Mrs. Thomas Schaeffer
Mr. Paul Yanosik
Mr. Titus Eberly 84 Family
Mr. 84 Mrs. Eli Sensenig
Mr. 84 Mrs. Doyle Showers
Mr. Edwin Showers
Mrs. Anna Rios 84 Children
Mr. 84 'Mrs Clarence Batdorf
Mrs. Harriet Rebman
Mr. 84 Mrs. Earl Graeff
Mr. 84 Mrs. Robert Kirkhoff
Mr. 84 Mrs. Glenn Himmelberger
Mr. 84 Mrs. L. E. Ramberger
Mr, 84 Mrs. Elwood Smith jr.
Mr. 84 Mrs. Emmert Gibble
Mr. 84 Mrs. Mark P. Schaeffer
Mr. 84 Mrs. Ronald Walter
Mr. 84 Mrs. Claude E. Hoffert
Mr. 84 Mrs. Clark L. Snyder
Mr. 84 Mrs. Leroy H. Snyder
Mr. 84 Mrs. Kenneth Yiengst
Mr. 84 Mrs. Neil Stupp 84 Sons
Mr. 84 Mrs. Robert Snyder
Mr. 84 Mrs. Robert Beamesderfer
Mr. 84 Mrs. Richard C. Bender
Mr, 84 Mrs. Fred E. Fetterman
Mr. 84 Mrs. Gerald Snyder
Mrs. Irene Shurr 84 Family
Mrs. Betty Henne
Mr. 84 Mrs Robert Lyons
Mr. 84 Mrs. Fredrick Riegel
Mr. 84 Mrs. Raymond Boehmer
Mr. 84 Mrs. joseph Kress
Mr. 84 Mrs. Kenneth Shirk
Mr. john W. Eiler
Mr. 84 Mrs. Harry Earhart
Mr. 84 Mrs. Glenn Strunk
Mr. 84 Mrs. james W. Luckenbill
Mr. 84 Mrs. Wayne Henne
Mr. 84 Mrs. Llewellyn Hoffert
Mrs. john Balthaser
Mrs. Glenn D. Fong
Mr. 84 Mrs. joe McCarthy
Mr. 84 Mrs. Lester Keener
Mrs. Cora jackson
Mr. 84 Mrs. E. Thomas Sheetz
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Lee j. Katz
Mr. 84 Mrs. Arlan C. Wagner
Mr. 84 Mrs Irvin j. Kirkhoff
Mr. 84 Mrs Robert Reppert jr.
Mr. 84 Mrs. Martin L. Bashore
Mr. 84 Mrs Henry Derr Sr.
Mr. 84 Mrs Gary Bennett
Mr. Charles E. Eiler
Mr. 84 Mrs. Richard D. Hoffman
Mr. 84 Mrs. Herbert Ely
Mr. 84 Mrs. Sam Koch
Mr. 84 Mrs. Earl W. Zerbe
Mr. 84 Mrs. Karl D. Keener
Mr. 84 Mrs. Franklin Cocks
Mrs. Mary C. Spannuth
Mr. 84 Mrs. Warren Showers
Mr. 84 Mrs. Raymond Clay
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D. Barry Shurr
Cindy A. Balthaser
Mary E. Carles
George E. Carles
Amandon jared Carles
Gene A. Davis
Ruth M. Kalbach
Betty Lou Mountz
Terry L. Meredith
Rita M. Batdorf
Dale E. Ketner, jr.
jonathan M. Batdorf
jacquelyn A. Ingram
Wesley j. Smith
Troy Allen Hoffert
Greg G. Goshorn
john M. Peiffer
Kimberley R. Kehler
Calvin P. C. Zellers
L. Kevin Zellers
Corinne M. Stoudt
Elsie M. Coleman
Edith I. Kirkhoff
George A. Wagner
Catherine M. Soudt
"Harvey and Cindy"
Paul R. Webber Inc.
'Pam and Bruce"
'Tom and Brenda"
'Mark and Lynn"
'Linda and Harold"
'Kandy and Chet"
'Rich and Carol"
'john and Diane High"
'Dorn and Beth"
"Ralph and the Boys"
"Cindy and Curt"
"Dan and Hope"
"Tom and Denise"
"john and Micki"
"Allan and Gloria"
"Charlie and Debbie"
Francis and Carole"
"jerry and Robbi Gingrich"
"Turkey and Toots"
"Ma Frick and the Gang"
Dempsey Doolittle and Herman"
Ernie and Lesa"
Herb and Mary"
"Randy and Trudy"
"Frank and Betty"
"Doug and Pattie"
"Chuck and Barb"
"Harvey and Lou Ann"
"Dave and Mary"
"Pattie and Linda and june"
"Amy and Ken"
Ed and Sarah Barre!l"
"Kent and Cori"
"Buddy and Wanda"
Elsie and Oscar Smith"
Sitta and joe Goldstein"
"Carol and Timmy Laysch"
Donna and Frank"
"Ruth Ann and Lee"
"Stephanie and Elizabeth"
Ronnie and Karen"
"April and Paul"
The 12-1 Gay Liberators
The 12-2 Fa-roo-itz
Lenny the Great
Robert Leroy Foose
Thomas A. Rubright
August T, Freese
Count Marcus O. Reynolds IV
The 12-2 Royalty
King Robert Mountz
Prince Dennis Moyer
Admiral Wayne Burd
Father Albert Yanosik
Lord Bruce Robert Reed XIII
Baron Elvin von Shilling
Brewmaster Turk Sholley
Sir Dennis Keeney I, Esquire
Courtesy of Ye Olde R. R.F.!I
The Post: Nark, Denis, Zipperman
Funk, Mole, Lips, Fishnik,
Brother, Monk, Ten, Al, Hoppy
Teeth, Bates, Pud, George.
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