Tulpehocken High School - Yearbook (Bernville, PA)

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As our medium of expression, we have chosen the dove which has been symbolic of peace for many years. We acknowledge the fact that there is "a time to love, and a time to hate, a time of war, and a time of peace. "It is our hope that we may always strive to pursue 'peace with all men. " Table Of Contents Page Theme 2 Table of Contents 9 Foreword 9 Seniors 10 Underclassmen 32 Faculty, Administration, and Curricula 66 Organizations 102 Music 125 Sports 129 Student Life 156 Patrons 1 78 an ff Rarely has there been a time 41 . gl 99" W' inf- bv XE il i N. When certainty has been a way of life I me , X 'T lv 4 f R. fn 1 ian -. -'w , . --- - . ni, , QNX V 1 E '?'7f7Y ' ni- 'S t-3, ,- J M: ' 'fjwfg Ax" V g J "l ,urn-..,, ' ' - .n 'F . -4, 3' , 'I' . .4 9. A .- ,, L-.- -'F 9, win .-e "-S r 5' 'if 4 'ff QF 3' f 521 e eff? n I 'e e ., ., ne 1-5' it lf' 5' , WVTV. :Yi"r'f"L A " AJ ' we f ' - '- "' '- ' E Mg. 4 .- The future is a world limited by ourselves. -Mr. Harold Matthew John Azemar Academic Track C31 Patricia Baker VT-Merchandising FNA 631. . . ILIAD 52,32 , . .DECA f3,42. . . Executive Council f3j. . . Co-Op M2 Susan Bare John Azemar Patricia Baker VT-Dental Assisting FNA f1,2,3,4J . . . FHA KD . . . Library Club f1,21 . . . FNA vice president M1 Edward Bashore l VT-Auto Mechanics VICA f2,3,4j , Gerald Bashore i Academic Library Club C1,2,3,42. . .ILIAD f2j . . . Wrestling C1,2,3. 42 . . . Chorus f2,42 . . . Sedecim M2 . . . Karate Club I2,3,4j. . . National Honor Society f3,42 Susan Bare Edward Bashore Randall Bashore . Academic l Debate CluAb.61g2ji. . . IIJIAD ,C2,3,4jy. . . 6241 - ff'iliudipdxzisual-6112!-3!4J"' -Q Stage GrewtfC34e4J+i Q .A Mafsfwzzv C3142 . . ,. ,soccer -c1,2,3,f49i. up ,waasfzifgg f1,12l- - - Trcwktf3JJ Tennis MJ. , . Ch0fusfl2,l3g.4D', . I ,tgedecignffy . 3 Band"6lJJ,k. , Seniorflay 149 . 4, , Glizb C2gg3f,4Q . .. .Kd1fateClub9C49l., . , LIFE-Gliilii viva president IQ? f. i .l?el5mSetGlu'ht secnetany 2629, . . Ulifzm,-L y1If16fafizm-i2i4al c e c 'i y - GeiafdBashqgg is y Ranilaii asham, 12 FP C , . .CLC C. L, C. .. I Eejiaifing youngpeople Zo cope-Laithfthe future.requires1 ceachersywho are. willing toigive1v1l0SZ,,to.:vtlieiIfj0 bs: l ' SMnWilliamuwSQheirer V . W, lL,.-.' ' W 25 1 5 DarleneBehney Q 5 .Hoine:Eeanomics. 5 F!1A.f2,3i42--1 Club .51a?2g3,'42+- - DARDANIAN 5,q.a,49.. . . A'udioFVisudl'53,-421., . . c1wfus1:62.3i49L asgqe. .aim 2542. 5. . Librazzvi 'Clubipresidernqmp .. . V. 'Executibei 5 'CgunQilC42 A , - L 1 Darlene Behney Brenda Bender .,,, Bruce Boltz Rodney Boltz Sarah Brossrnan Franklin Brown 13 Brenda Bender Academic Library Club 51,22 . . . ILAD 51,22 . . . DARDANIAN 53,42. . . Chorus 52,3,42. . . Band 52,3,42. . . Senior Play 542. . . LIFE Club 52,3,42. . . Snack Bar Clerk 51,2,3,42 . . .Audio Visual 542 . . . Pep Band 542 Bruce Boltz Academic Audio-Visual 53,42 . . . Fire Marshall 53,42 . . . Baseball 51,2,3,42 . . . Chorus 52,3,42 . . .Sedecim 542 . . . Band 51,2,3,42. . .Pep Band 51,2,3,42. . . Senior Play 53,42. .. LIFE Club 52,32 . . . National Honor Society 53,42 . . . Class president 52,32 . . . Class vice president 512 Rodney Boltz Indus trial Arts Audio-Visual 522 . . . Fire Marshall 532 . . . Karate Club 512 Sarah Brossman Home Economics Student Council 52,32. . . FHA 53,42. . . ILIAD 52,32. . . Hockey 512. . . FHA vicepresident 542 Franklin Brown VT-Electricity Library Club 52,3,42. . . DARDANIAN 53,42 S. W L0 Se an If there are not others, ev en the very fact of our existence isfijuestiohableftheW'1FEUl'is'coiioable that we exist only when we subordinate self-interest to the benefitof our fellow man. -A nonygrious 1' ,f 1 ,f vw Y A 1 , , -- U, Scot Brown Academic Audio-Visual I42 . . . Fire Marshall f3,42 . . . Soccer f1,?,! 3,42 . . . Basketball I1,2,3,42 . . . Baseball f1,2,3,42 ZX. Gym Leader K 3, 42 fy" R5 J' "-1 If April Brungart lj' Business If! FBLA K3,42 . . . ILIAD I42 . . . StudentASlore Clerk C42. . . Cheerleader U,22 . . . Track Clerk f22,ff. . Tennis 612. . Chorus f2,3,42 . . . Majorette f2,3,42'. . . Majorette Cap- tain I42 . . . Class secretary f1,32 . ,JFBLA secretary 142 ' 1 2 X Scot Brown '7 April Brungart ,'l ,-'K ,,.,, , W, X Carol Clay n VT-Commercial Art .5 DARDANIAN C42 . . . Flag Twirler K32 . . . LIFE Club ' f2,32. . . VICA K42 Lee Cocks Academic Student Council I32 . . . Basketball f1,2,3,42 . . . Soccer KI2. . . Track K2,3,42. . . Baseball KI2. . . Cross Country Z K42. . . Band f1,2,3,42 Carol Clay Lee Cocks Michael DeLong VT-Plumbing and Heating 'vw Basketball f1,22 Timothy DeLong 1 Vocational-Technical School K32 I Michael DeLong Timothy DeLong 14 With a smile on your face and love for all mankind, you are ready for your new life. -Miss Susan H immelberger Steven Deppen Business Basketball 111. . . Tennis 121 Keith Derr Agriculture Karate Club 11,21 . . . Karate Club secretary 121 I ,ff Steven Deppen Keith Derr Doris Dietrich Home Economics FHA 12,3,41. . . Library Club 11,2,3,41 . . . DARDANIAN 13,41 . . . Audio-Visual 13,41 . . . Hockey 11,2,3,41 . . . Library Club vice president 141 . . . Track Score Keeper 13,41 . . . Snack Bar Clerk 11,2,31 . . . Executive Council 13. 41 fl If Dottie Dietrich y' Academic ff Library Club 121. . . DARDANIAN 13,41 . . . Tennis 11,21 ... Chorus 12,3,41. . . Sedecim 141. . . Band 11,2,3,-11. ., Pep Band 11,2,41. . . Junior Play 131 . . . LAY? Club 12,3, 41 . . . Library Club treasurer 121. . . Snack Bar Clerk 11, 2,3,41. . .Audio-Visual141 1,4 ff ,X .pie A124 1. " ' V I Doris Dietrich ' Dottie Dietrich fp' . if L June Edris Robert Eisenman 15 ff June Edris f Business FBLA 13,41 . . .Library Club 11,2,3,41. . . Hostess 131. . ,Student Store Clerk 141 . . . Chorus 12,3,41 Robert Eisenman Q Business 1 FBLA 13,41 . . . Wrestling 111 . . . Techie 11,31 Student Council 141. . .FFA 141. . .Debate Club 111. . . Basketball Manager 111 . . . Golf 11,21 . . . Band 111. . . 1119 S' 0 SJ V T P Theurrdty certaiiily be the goal for every day of our lives. i Debriz Emerichs i L Iris F ox Irendgecliteli I Dolores Fox ??- Alan Gasserjt , ,.,- ---, ,,,,l ' Ml' . P . Christine- Geering 16 -M rs. Virginia Wolf Debra Emerich Business FBLA f3,42. . . Student Store Clerk K42 Dolores Fox Academic Hostess C42 . . . Fire Marshall K32 . . . Cheerleader K22. . . Chorus f2,3,42. . . Band I1,2,32 Iris Fox Academic ILIAD K1,2,3,42 . . . DARDANIAN f3,42 . . . Hockey Trainer f2,3,42 . . . Basketball Trainer f2,3,42 . . . Track Clerk K42. . . Tennis f1,22 . . . chorus f2,3,42. . . senior I Play I3,42. . .Junior Play f3,42. . . LIFE Club f2,3,42. .. National Honor Society 63,42 . . . LIFE Club president K32. . . Class treasurer f3,42 Alan Gassert Academic Fire Marshall 132. . . Track I3,42 . . . Band U2 . . . Reli- gion Club K2,3,42 Irene Gechter VT-Printing Library Club C12 . . . DARDANIAN I-3,42 . . , VICA C2,3, 42. . . VICA Reporter 142. . . VICA Representative f2,32 Christine G eering Academic ILIAD f1,2,3,42 . . . Cheerleader f2,3,42. . . Cheerleader Co-Captain U42 . . . Hockey C22 . . . Tennis f1,2,42 . . . Chorus I2,3,42 . . , Sedecim K42 . . . Color Guard f2,3,42 . . . Senior Play K42 . . . Junior Play K32 . . . LIFE Club 63,42 . . . LIFE Club treasurer I42 . . . Ski Club presi- dent K42 Peace is a quiet walk in the woods. l -Mr. C. Edward Crim P I w 1 Sharon Gettel Academic 1 N student council ap. . . YEA f2,,31. . . ILIAD f2,'3,41,. , . 1 DARDANIANf3,41. . . Hostess K41 . . -Hockey f1,2,3,41 . . . BaSkewazztf1,2,3,41,. . . Tennis C1,2,3,41. . .1 Gym l Leader C41 . . . Chorus f2,3,41 . . . Senior Play K41 . . . Q Junior Play 'K31 . . . National Honor Society 63,41 . . . 3 Student Council vice president 141 . . . ,Hockey Co- ' Captain I41 1 , Deborah Graeff 1' Academic f 'H 1 Sharon Gettel Library Club U1 . . . ILIAD f1,2,3,41 . . . DARDANL4N 53,41 . . . Hockey Manager I2,3,41 . . . Hockey C11 . . . ' 'A Bandfl1. . . Basketball C1,2,3,41 . . . Tennis f1,2,3,41 . . . Chorus f2,3,41. . .- LIFE Club f2,3,41 I 1 W Student Council-rf2,31 . . . FBLA f3,41. . . Library Club 63,41 . . . ILIAD Typist f3,41. . . DARDANIAN Typist K41 . . . FBLA president K41. . . Student Council secretary I31 Kandy Groff Business l I Jeffrey Hehnly , Industrial Arts Soccer f2,3,-41 . . . Baseball f1,2,3,41 1 Cheryl H etrick A 1 5 Kandy Groff Academic f' Student Council K41 . . . Library Club f1,.2Q31 . . , ILIAD U1 . . . DARDANIAN K41 .' . . Chorus f2g3,,41 . . . Color Guard C2,3,41 . . . Senior Play I-41 . . . LIFE Club f2,3,41 . . . Snack Bar Clerk f1,2,3,41 5 F Brian Hower l Agriculture FFA Cl,2,3,-41 . . . Audio-Visualf1,2,,41. . . Stage Crew f1,2,3,41 . . . Soccer'f41. . . Wrestling K41. . . Karate Club f21. . . FFA president I21 y n CherylHetrick '17 Deborah Graeff Jeffrey H ehnly Brian Hower You are ready to face the joys and sorrows with your brothers and sisters, and to find peace and serenity. -Miss Susan H irnrnelberger Allyson Hunsicker Academic ILIAD fl,2,3,4j . . . ILIAD Class Editor f2j . . . DAR- DANIAN 00 . . . Hockey Manager f2,31 . . . Lebanon Daily News Reporter f4J . . . Chorus l2,3,41 . . . Sedecirn 141 . . . Senior Play MJ . . . Junior Play f3,4j . . . LIFE Club K2,3,41 . . . LIFE Club treasurer C31 . . . Executive Council MJ Gail Jenkins Home Economics FHA K4J . . .ILIAD K3j. . . DARDANIANK41. . .-Hockey Manager K22. . . FHA secretary K-42 Allyson H unsicker Gail Jenkins -- R XXX Denise Keeney XXX VT- Merchandising FNA f3,4j . . Library Club f1,2j . . .DECA f3,4j . , DECA treasu 5632. . , Co-Opt-41 heresa Kilousky X s. XX Qdcadem ic W. YEA f2J . . . ILIAD f1,2,l?X4J . . . Color Guard l2,3,4J . . . Color Guard Captain MJ . Af DARDANIAN C32 . . . Hos- tess f4j . . . Hockey f1,2,3jV , . Basketball fI,2,32 . . Cross Country Scorekeeper . . . Chorus I2,.T1,4J . . National Honor Society K3,41. . Xgxecutive Council KS,-41 'N N X Xxx Denise Keeney Xxx Theresa Kilousky 'N X .. X Thomrxsxlfleinfelter Agriculture FFA f1,2,s,41 . , . Audio-visual nb, . 4 soccer ny . . . Karate Club fl,2,3J , . . FIM ReporteINQf12 xx. Irene Kline XXX Academic XX, x LLIADC21. . . cheerleader oo, . . Tennis fu. . .XQhorus f4j. . . Senior Play MJ XX XXX T Thomas Kleinfelter Irene Kline XL in V 'IB When we have grown enough in whatever profession or life 's work we have chosen and can be an inspiration and try to feel the way others feel whether it be fortune or misfortune, we haue at least partially learned to a-lk'lmTi'in-Mnawithouffellvwwmnffx X -Mrs. Grace Carvell X Milflred Kline X 'xx Academic DARDLXNIAN 63.-U . . . DARDANIAN Editor l3,4j . . . Hostess , . Hockeyl1.2,31. . , Tennis IU. . . Chorus f2,3,4j . . :s,xChorus Accomlpanist f2,3,42 . . . Sedecim Accompanistxl-U . . . Band ll,2,3,4J. . . Pep Band fI,2,3, 41 . . . Junior Rlay f3J . . . LIFE Club l2,3J . , . National Honor Society l3',gU, . . Band secretary MJ Ns XX Timothy Koenig Academic YEA C2 3 4 Fire Marshall rs I1 . . . Basketball l1,2,3, , , i- -- - ' ., 'H 41. . . Golf K1,2,3,41 . . . Band F1V,2j. . . Senior Play 141. .. Junior Play 531 X Masked Kline X Timothy Koenig .. i KK - x x H I Donna'-Kulbitsky Busbess FBLA f3,4j. . . Hockey flj . . .Basketballl21. . . Track Clerk L31 . . . Chorus C2,3j. . .fColor'Quard f2,32. . . Color ' Guard Captain l3j . . . National Honor Society 63,42 . . . FBLA treasurer I 3, 41 XXX Kathleen Lash XX X Academic XX Library Club f1,22 . . . Tennis f'4J . . . Chorus PM . . . senior Play no . . . LIFE cub 521 X Donna K ulbitsky Kathleen Lash X' F DonnaLeiby Academic Library Club KU . . . Tennis IU . . . Chorus l2,3,4j. . . Band fI,2,3,-42. . .LIFE Club 0,32 Stanley Lempergel Agriculture FFA ll,2,3,41 . . . Soccer KU Donna Leiby Stanley Lempergel 19 Seniors 'All that we send into the lives of others comes back into our own." Keith Light Industrial Arts Karate Club KU Jane Luckenbill Academic Student Council 131 . . . Cheerleader fl,2,3,4j . , . Cheer- leader Captain f2,4j . . . Tennis KU . . . Chorus f2,3,4j . . Sedecirn MJ. . . Band f1,2,3,4j. . . SeniorPlay C2,3,41. . Junior Play f2,3,4j . . . Junior Miss Contender MJ . . Class president 142 Rick Luckenbill VT-Auto Body VICA f1,2,31 Rosemarie Luckenbill Business FBLA KSJ. . . FHA I41 . . . Student Store Clerk f3j. . . FHA president I 41 Curtis Lutz Industrial Arts , Student,Coun.cil ISD. . ,Audio-.VisualC1J - - Larry Lutz Business FBLA 02,41 . . . DARDANIAN MJ . . . Stage Crew KU . . . Wrestling f3j. . . Religion Club 63,41 -Mrs. Pearl Kline F it Keith Light Jane Luckenbill vs. ,, Rick Luckenbill Rosemarie Luckenbill Curtis Lutz Larry Lutz 20 1 It matters not how long we live but how. 1 -Mr. H arold Matthew 'dl ' XX Ronald Lutz Kevin McCarthy ' I Harold McKinney Aldo M elito 'nm 'ir-' Jacob Meyer Edward Miller 21 Rorulld Lutz VT-Instrumentation I Baseball 141. . . VICA 141 Kevin McCarthy Academic Fire Marshall 13,41 . . . Soccer 11,2,3,41 . . . Wrestling 11,21 . . . Track 131. . . Tennis 141. . . Band11,2,3,-41. . . Pep Ban.d13,41. . . Senior Play 13,41 . . .LIFE Club 13,41 . . . Karate Club 11,2,3,41 . . . National Honor Society 13,41 . . . Band vice president 141 Harold McKinney Aldo M elito Academic Student Council 11,21 . . . ILIAD 11,21 . . . Soccer 11,21 . . . Chorus 12,31. . . Band 131. . . Senior Play 12,3,41 . .. Junior Play 131. . .LIFE Club 12,3,41. . . National Honor Society 13,41 . . . Class president 111 . . . Class treasurer 121 Jacob Meyer Academic Audio-Visual111 . . . Wrestling 131 . . . Trach11,2,3,41. . . Band 11,21 . . . Religion Club 12,31 Edward Miller VT-Auto Mechanics Seniors Seek peace and serenity within yoursel and bro lherhood withfbthers will surely follow. jf ff -Mrs. Linda Allhardse 1' I X' .1 ,,, lX I ,r F1 Brenda Miller X 1 Academic ff X YEA f2j. . . ILIADIL21. . . Chorus C2,3,4j. . . Religbm Club KB! . . . Library Club f21 4 tb' , John Mindy Agriculture FFA K1,2,3,-42 . . . Audio-Visual KU . .. 'crate Club Uj fx X X i ff Brenda Miller f John Mindy A so f 'I X , f !f r' VT-Food Preparation and Service Student Council f2j . . . Library Club IU . . . Executive Council M2 Curtis Moyer Academic Fire Marshall f3j . . . Baseball K2,3,4j Carol Moyer Curtis Moyer Richard Nein Academic ' Student Council U1 . . . Audio-Visual f2,3,4j . . . Stage Crew I2,3,4j . . . Chorus f2j . . . Weight Lifting Club 631 . . . Weight Lifting Club vice president C31 Cynthia Neuin Academic YEA f2,3J . . . ILIAD f2j . . . DARDANIAN 53,42 . . . DARDANIAN Business Manager 63,41 . . . Hostess MJ ...Hockey f1,2,3,41. . . Basketball KU. . . Tennis f21. .. Chorus f2,3,4j. . . Senior Play M1 Richard N ein Cynthia Neuin 22 f' Carol Moyer I f Peace-an ultimate goal . , . Contentment as a result of realization and appreciation of others. Sandra Ney Gloria Orban David Patrick Business FBLA f3,42 . . . Student Store Clerk MJ . . . Chorus M2 . . . Sedecim MJ. . . Band l1,2,3,4j. . . Executive Coun- - cil 141 . . . DARDANIAN Typist !4j John Peiffer f l I' Academic YEA f2,3j. . .ILIADf1,2,31. . .Fire Marsh 'l 63,41 . .. Senior Play K3,-11. . .Junior Play 63,42 -Miss Linda Klinger Sandra Ney Academic DARDANIAN f3,4j Gloria Orban Home Economics FHA 011. . .Library Club 123,41 . . . Chorus f2,3,4J. . . Karate Club 63,42 f ! , David Patrick John Peiffer X fl ,f X' sham Phillips MV? Porto Sharon Phillips l ff VT-Cosmetology i yfofa no M arjy Porto A cadem ic Library Club f1,2J . . . ILIAD I1,2,3j . . . DARDANIAN MI. . . Chorus f2,3,4j . . . Flag Twirler f2,3,42 . . . Senior Play MJ . . . LIFE Club f2j. . . Magazine Captain K3,41 1 We know whatfwe are but not what we may be. X , 0 Ms ...,,.- - f nf--- .gggagui ,ws . 1 'vfff ::.s.1:1 5 age. its 1-, t s---A-Hwiil :gli ' 4 Alleiii Davfiiilzeegli -Mr. Harold Matthew Patricia Pugliese Academic ILIAD f1,2,3,41. . . Cheerleader f1,21. . . Hockey KI1. . . Track Clerk U1 . . . Tennis U1 . , . Chorus f2,3,41 . . . Majorette f2,3,41 . . . Senior Play I2,3,41 . . . Junior Play f3,41. . .LIFE Club K2,3,41. . . Class secretary f1,41. . . ILLAD Editor K41 . . . Majorette Captain K31 . . . Ski Club K41. . . Executive Council K41 Jay Raihl VT-Painting and Decorating Karate Club U1. . . VICA K41 Daryl Rainbow Academic DARDANIAN I31. . . Wrestling f1,2,31. . . Tennis f2,3,41 . . . Baseball U1. . . Chorus K2,3,41. , . Sedecim K41. . . Band f1,2,3,41 . . . Pep Band U1 . . . Religion Club I2,31 . . . Religion Club president K31 Lila Reber Business FBLA K3,-41. . . Student Store Clerk K41 . . . Chorus f2,3, 41. , . FBLA vice president I41 Allen Rebman Academic Audio-Visual I31 . . . Stage Crew f2,31 . . . Fire Marshall f3,41 . . . Soccer f1,2,3,41 . . . Wrestling C2,3,41 . . . Basketball 111. . . Track I41 . . . Chorus I2,3,41 . . .Sede- cim 141 . . . Band f1,2,3,41 . . .Pep Band I41. . .LIFE Club f2,3,41 . . . Chorus vice president 141 . . . Chorus Librarian I 2, 31 David Reed VT-Electronics Band f1,21 Serenity uiill be achieoed iman endeavorgo control his environment realistically instead of capri ciously. I ' C l ee- i l t Fm- l Kay Reppert Academic YEA f2,3j . . . DARDANIAN 13,41 . . . Hostess C42 . . N. Hockey f1,2,3,41 . . . Basketball f1,2J. . . Tennis f1,2,3,42 . . . Chorus f2,3,A4J . . -Sedecim MQ. . , Band fI,2,3,4J. . . Pep Band 547. . . Hockey CoLCaptain!4l Lynn Rockholdx , Academic Kay Reppert Cheerleader IPD f, N N N I Debra Royer , u l VT-Merchandising V l DECA 0,41 . ,. . DECA secretary ray . . . co-op up I Y Janet Rudy Academic ILIAD I1,2,3,4j . . . Hockey f2,3,41 . . . Basketball f1,2,3l . . . Track Clerk MJ . . . Tennis 611. . Q Chorus f2,3,41. . . Sedecirn f41 i . . Band KU . . . Color Guard f2,3,4l . . . Senior Play 63,42 . . .Junior Play f3j. . . LIFE Club f2,3, 4J . . . National Honor Society'f3,-42. . . Chorus secretary MJ . . . LIFEI,Club-secretary C32 . . . Class uice president f3,4Q , i Debra Royer Patricia Scheirer , Academic Library Club K1,2Q3J. . . DARDANIAN f3,4J X Banjy Schlappich f VT-Carpentry , Fire Mafsnazi 692 . . . Basketball cap. . . Karate cub KU 3 l Patricia Scheirer 25 sr' Q -M r. Carl Winter Lynn Rockhold Janet Rudy Barry Schlappich Patience and understanding are inherent qualities that give an individual inner peace, and thus peace with all with whom he comes in contact. -Mrs. Pearl Kline Brenda Shlappich X Academic , Xxx 'mi YEA f2,31. . . ILIAD f1,2j . . . Tennis KU. . . DARDA- NIAN 63,41 . . . DARDANIAN Business Manager f3,4j X . . . Hostess M2 . . . Chorus f2,3,4J . . . Sedecim MJ . . . A Junior Play L32 Donna Schlappich - Business FBLA f3,4j . . . ILIAD Typist f4J . . . Student Store Clerk MJ . . . Student Store Assistant Manager M1 . . . Major- ette O11 Brenda Schlappich Donna Schlappich , U 1 ' Y W ' 'PIX .' 1 It F . y Diana Sdhzwkef - - K VT4gMedicrrllHealfth-Assistant FNA 141 . . .WCA MJ- l T. 'Wendy1Siumk l Q., V . ata Processing ,Ji . f Q Q57 -6- v1cA f3,41. . . VICA Pa mm.-mmrnm My I 1 W I ' - 1,0 - - al I 4 . err! B 5255 td Diana i Wendy Shank K cmfyssii-viz VT-Carpentga X Todd,Showers XX Academic 'KK -Bl18h6lb0ll'll,2,3,'4j. . . Golf IU . . . Band H35 1 QI ls ,iH, , 5 , .li 4 Z if . Gary Sholl Todd Showers 26 To find love for yourself you must first love those around you. Believing in and setting those standards for yourself will be your beginning. ix lx X x l ,X David Statler XX. VT--Carpentriy W ik Audio-Visual,l21 , . . Soccer U1 . , . Tennis I41. . . Band 5 ny . . . LIFE can f21 l .lx X -N4 XX Jeffry Stamm , VTLAUCO Mechanics Soccerl1,2,3,41 , . . Basli1etball!l,21. . . Baseball f1,2,3, 41. . . Karate Club U1. .. I41 X ttxl X xx , -Mr. Oliver McComsey 'X David Staller y John Stoltz Scott Stourit Arlene Strauss Home Economics Library Club K1,2,3,41 Connie Wagner VT-Data Processing Library Club U1 . . . DARDANIAN l3,41. . . VICA K2,3, 41 . . . Magazine Captain I41 . . . Executive Council 141 . . . VICA Representative 63,41 'x Xxx Jeffry S tamm X. X X N X. John Stoltz X Academic Soccer 4'1,2,3,41 . . . Track f1,2,3,41 .xv Senior Play C41 , . . Band f11. . . Karate Club l2,3,41 . .BXNational Honor Society f3,41 XX 'Xxx Scott Stoudt VT-Auto-Body 'vi XX xx FFA U1 . . . Soccer f31 , . . Wrestling 11,21 . . . Kai-ate Club KI1. . , VICA f3,41 X X X Arlene Strauss Connie Wagner 27 VS Senio In order to achieve peace and stability everyone must first of all be at peace result in an understanding and love for others and for their viewpoints. Wanda Wagner Academic DARDANIAN f3,42 . . . DARDANIAN Editor K42 . . . Hostess K32 . . . Cheerleader U2 . . . Gym Leader f22 . . . Chorus l2,3,42 . , . Senior Play f3,42 . . . Junior Play K42 . . . LIFE Club C2,32 . . . Religion Club K42 , . . National Honor Society K 3, 42 Terry Wayne Business Golff22. . . Karate Club 112 Ryan Weidman VT-Electronics F . t ,M Audio-Visual C1,2,3,42 . . . Karate Club U2 . . . VICA f2,3,42 Renee Wenger Academic YEA f1,2,32 . . .Hostess K42 . . . Chorus I2,3,42. . . Chorus Accompanist l2,3,42 . . . Band K1,2,32 . . . Sedecim C42. . . Senior Play f3,42 . . . Junior Play f3,42 . . . Jr. Miss Con- tender K42 . . .NationalHonor Society K3,42 Sandra Wenger Business ' FBLA 63,42 , . .ILIAD Typist I42 . . . Student Store Clerk ' C42 . . . Student Store Manager I42 I i l Baseball C22 Larry Zerbe Academic Q56- Wanda Wagner m 'kfa 5f'Nh-s.-six' 'W' my fr Ryan Weidman SGHQKQLWQHSQC - L 28 1 with himself. This will then -Mr. Paul Wentling Terry Wayne Renee Wenger Larry Zerbe Humanity eliminates some glowing fire When unity ceases as a chief desire. -Mr. John Feaser 1 l l ' l l l l l 1 1 , Gregory Ziegler l Academic 4, f . i 1 my A il Audio-VwuaLl1i2,3.41 -Sfaeiew f1,2,-S342 - , - S09-1 is ,lf'.g-552525 5 cer f1,2,3,41 . . . Basketball 61,21 . . . Baseball U,2,3,41 ' - . . Gym Leader f3,41. . . Band f1,21. . . Karate Club K21 1 A 1 U U David Zimmerman Gregory Ziegler David Zimmerman , Academic Z A Z Z' ' " Library Club f1,2,3,41. . .ILIADl2,3,41. . . Golff1,2,3,41 . . . Junior Play f31 . . . Senior Play F41 . . . LIFE Club I3,-41. . . Karate Club f2,3,41 Linda Zimmerman VT-Health!Medical Assistant FNA f2,3,41 . . . Library Club 51,21 . . . FNA secretary I41 . . . VICA I41 Miriam Zimmerman Academic FNA K3,41. . .Library Club f31 . . . FNA president K41 Linda Zimmerman Miriam Zimmerman Ronald Zimmerman Academic Student Council I31 . . . DARDANIAN f3,41. . . Audio- Visual f2,3,41 . . . Stage Crew f2,3,41 . . . Soccer fl,2,3,41 . . . Wrestling !1,2,3,41 . . . Tennis f1,2,3,41 . . . Gym Leader 63,41 . . . Senior Play I41 . . . LIFE Club I41. . . National Honor Society 63,41 . . . Class vice president f21 . . . Class treasurer C11 . . . Tennis Co-Captain f3,41 . . . Wrestling Co-Captain I 3, 41 Ronald Zimmerman 29 Senimzq A smile given A hurt ignored A harshness left unsaid Anact Qfkindness to someone Smallpleasures shared Fulfillmentbin each dajy's work . ., . H appiness- ,Inner Peace. -Mrsg Leonora ,Guthrie We smile, the world smiles with usg Dream, and all is etherealg Weep, and the clouds hang low. Join hands, with patience and understanding, Withfthose with whom we come in contact. Worldpeace will soon be possible. -Mrs. Pearl Kline Class Colors: Dark blue and light blue Class Flower: Light blue Carnation with dark blue fringe Class M Otto: The wisest manfhathisomething yet to learn. C lass Song: IMAGINE Class Officerss President-Jane Luckenbill Vice president+Janet Rudy V Secretary-Patt Pugliese Treasurer-Iris Fox 30 LX-,z ga" , ' . k:j,Qf,n 1 51, A m , I. xv! . , V.,- X 'ag 4 :- p 1, -s Q ig ' I , . Lie 1 "'-3' - - r-V , V LV., .,,-, Vifff 'Ll 'll ' ' Hi? DV' - 2 ET -I. v ,ev . rw y , E1 5:1 1 l ' 192' ,. I ' fbi 1 - V fif 1 f 525 . E31 1. ' ,X H 1 K . ! , ,, .' 'Y ,. ,I -,J . ' ' ' :7.L:'- S I "" . ' 4 Ft , . r . 1 n . , L - .: u...- . , if ' - . 1 . . ur. vfjzr , Y -, .r J, -1 .V zu,-:fi vf I . 44,1 , QAQ7.: .1- , Vw.vA-g ' A-if , fi L ,." ' Av -AJ . -4 - 1 . - . . . , I .IF '- X ' 3 , 1615 A - ,' A -A:24.1L 'V - FFF? f W 'V LG," . ' 3 , V 'K' 5 . A f -v' , ' , .K ' 'R Q -Q L wi ' ' Nrk fri . I' ' !5 , I, V. MRL - ,A U :V ,vi-I qi. 1 9 1 , if- K H I, ,, na. . 1 K Q, x . , , 1 ,, L - - 1 P .-4 1 4 S 4 " A , - V qC,..'3- . '- f - ' ' " 4 - ' 'T 1 , I. . w 1 , 5- ' ', ' 'fi,:g1a:,gz,l JA 4 , wi A ',. -1 And rarer still. . ' fyfprvnfiie-:ffF1- 4 - ' w - Q . W a -1 ,spy-... .:::'1..'1.: ' , , , mu. , ' , r 'A' 1 r QL rrr -' 4 . ,Qu A yX I f' ,gg r gif Q V Q .lA' 4, r""" r K The reaching of 0ne's goals without a drastic struggle. z!! 1 1 . --K?LfiTlH A IA , ,Afi!17lf'5'. . L w .., Class rings were delivered to the Juniors at the end of their Sophomore year. Due to the sudden rise of the price of gold the orders were taken and deliveries made 6 months earlier than customary. The prom, sandwich sale, and pizza sales will require large amounts of the Class' time. Due to lack of interest by the Student Body the Junior Play had to be can- celled-no other activity, to date, was found to augment the class treasury. V. . A. ' I I l 'Q . II .D 5 fy l X - llkfglidh ! 1 ' D ' 1-'i , 1,,v,A-,?,vTA, ' Blfillilf ' U Ammuses ,, s 1 H , wr 5 . ' X ' i e lvletrzilf s Bairnett' . ,Qale .Q . - 1Beslz0r-2 3 W , L L 'i ' , tl E 'rw l ' 1 1 . A l E 'l I . u Deborah V Beqll ' Q 5 i 'P j - 5 Uurfrls .Bender - FT If K Tlwmas , Bidksler A Y , x- Hayle AA ,.. . '--"'! Nz' 1, ' vi' J A E' 14 I I 11 ,I 1'-fl Robert t Benfer 1- J., s.. .., L 0 , f Tv' 'Mx -L 77' , , y -Af' " P 1 , ,H v I' 1 N I 4 . ..,-e, Ronald ' Boltz. . Willidm Boyd' r L Edward Bitikel- A Steven V Billmon ' ,Gerald ,Brightbill l y ' y E 'Q y ,J .4 . . ' A Eric ' i Brass fMarlin ' Jfilm , . 1+Behler M e .Browns ..1 1 1 Scott Brown. -Victor Barbara- ,Brubaker . Brush V 1 1 1 J 1 1 1111 1 Lauren -Clark' 1 1 -A 1 1 1 11 1 aJ" 1 1' Raymqnd 1 1 Czardorynski' ' 1 1 1 1 Kevin Dlzub I 111 if r 'Tv A 111, 1 - 1, 4 A111 . A 111' , 'N ' 1 1 fredii 11 1 Dauben.-speck 1 1 1 1 1 ,- me 11 -Fred 1 Daugherty' 1 3,4 1 1 1 1 1 ' Alice Emerivh 1 Diane , Delzdng 1 , 1- ", ' -rg 1 Lisa 1 .DUNS F-S 1 If 7 ""'1i 1 1 ,. 1 1 1 15 i ' -'. I' 1 Mark . 'ff' Fansler 1 1 1 1 1 I " 1 1 Linda Fbx iw! YY F 7771 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' "l.qf1 f 1'W1ffff'1 1 1 Q4 1 1 1 1 ' ' - 1 1 1 1 gi . , 1 1 - fl, 1 1 1 - 51 1 , 1 E:-fig. Lf i . .5 H1 Norene Denise Frantz Freed 1 . wg. I k V1 1 . iff: 1 A' X ' John . Frdritz v 1., .13 1 1 1 1-,Z 11 1, 1 1 11 1 1 .0 ' Ronald Ueefihg iff l Nl Aww. Q1 ,Q l Y sd ykfin... f ' V ' ligflizx, i i ov ' 1 All 4. I .ialiiff Q .A .Geibh N ' .I H- lx William 'Geitel' i-.- .,. ,WAZJ -,X 1.7 . w-. R ,z, W Jai if Gutshall- yr i Lum'- Heim i y 1 AHA! Ed? S. . . What areyou doing this time, Boyd? Q- 'U' ' o' 'ipfl y A1 f'-'r I " l J m l fl l i l i i lil n 5 1 1 "I ei' 'N 1 l I: w ' ,f, ,- V X 1 I iii i L' . X W Y f. ol 1, W-- Q . Judith 'Cheryl Sherry- Sherry Goho Gottfried Graeff Graff' ARiilzyl Gerhari Donald Goho H I. fi 'Nz an A71 Are you guys still lying around? Why don't you try practicing high jumps? 36 'Gary Harvey ig-Pi' f ""I y w""F3f.: A iWEfI Henne al r ' J w, WT QD, Q 1 v Cwuwn ' Hess P we Betty H iester Tina Hower i fa 9 i , I F . Pamela Keeney w , M, ,, ,,w ' N .1 V if nj i I II. .ff wil-4 1 fi 1 'SHSQIL i Hess' . F" ""4'v i Test time. . . serious concentration! W Q A I oQ 45v H- ow on 4' Dwnwi n H immelberger E Q5 e ee- E some, if two to W- -et--iq Donna Richard Dkzvid ' Hzrnmelberger Hoffert Hoffman Hokef f A ,Julie . - N Katz eiii V Bend? A . - ,, K1-Elma, .W Sue looks over her chemistry notes. 37 l K l L I Q W f X , rs t I u 1 N 1 W J ! e 3 Jayne f V .Klih8' , I ,Hu f' ,. X y , y A ., N. 4 H all I f Long V, Jerry. . . dark room. . . between classes. Your filmstrip or your life, John? nl A V' F ""' fw' ""- " f'0f-- '-- -- Q-7-7--T -- . , 6 , A - W- N 1,..:k,...,, N., X, If ,N - , , f W W., V W 5. I - ,L ,X J ' . M .Q is o E 1 1 I K xl K 1 i N s ,w o s o 5 n K 4 s I' 4 Dolokes 'Chaflek James Lori' ,Rodney Glenn KH-Gbb Koenig Kramer Kremser Lebo. Leiby Doug. . . instigator of trackroom tricks. . .-., v-.11 . . ,,,l ,R Dance . . . Sherry . . . Chiprnunks . . . where? 38 PQ-udence Leininger ' Lqncei A ' Leonard Bonnie tries very hard to get her point across. Shorthand keeps Melanie busy during studies. lv 4 . I I Y V I I I I .-.Q SCQH1 ' I A 'Long-Q Y 1 ,I I I e,,,-,.Q, ' I I I I -. . I a . I W M, I I I , Q I 1 r w I L, ii T, WI . Bonnie I - ' I eMf1B'bury I . i - ,, .-eu.,e.ui s-. -- , - W, ..- Q I LI I I I I 0 , I hz I I I I A I II ' I I I . fI I I "' I' I I , ILM,-, I Igiwm., ,,..,,. ,,' Wfk.- , Wu . ,-' fx, ,F -...--II I, A- wxv .-2 ,41v,f7::- -.f It I - I Iiliichard f r Twizliain ,I I' pears I 1'Qaiz+ 1 'I Mqnrodpiii , Martin Maw I , May ' IMdySf ' '- Mfcaffhbf V. mfs e---- . , szsfiseswei. . v . ni ,, . , , . .T . X ' ',. .Q .', .-'u,. .' I W ..,,.. ,, .,.. .. .l. I .. I I II N I I I . I Z . I I I U 1 , y . Miohael I I JMQNGUX f .X N1 I I ,I-v MT- -Tqgmy T,T,,,I ' I I Menseli , , .. 1 The hand is quicker than the eye, Clair. 39 R- K1 wig. ,. .-lf...,..w.--5 if .1 rf' 'P .,,., , 1 R :L+ V in , - ' ,i x I 1 "'iK'1iEI rn -, -. .Q ,IW .., 1-.,', ,- I., Trophies change hands. . . Mr. H epner to Ron. I U mo , l , 1- 'fin AN,, . -. 5, L .S Q 1 1 7 if W N 1 1 1 .- at ,J --1l '1 ,,,, 11 11 V, Y 1. ,,,,,, , 1 A 1 1 Y,,1,,w11X-1--11 BgiQn?dg1111f . 1 1 Miller - 1 ,AMillek +,,7.,,,,.-, W, ,A, ,f - ,-K 1 1 1 . X 1' 11111111 11 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 o 111111 11111 1 li Millef' A ' 'Millef 1 11 ? ' . 1 .. I 1 12 1 Qffxx '11 ll Miller' Rod . Levitation af-X NJ fa .luke Box 'li E Old time dancing. . .Lori, Sherry. ' 111, ,,,.. 1 1 '11111"'l 1"1Wl111'mN Sherry and Pam study as they await a classroom opening. . 1 IW .1 1. 1 1 1 lx I 1111 L1 1 1 1Lj '11 nnnnnn 5 l 1 Evil 1 ., Y 1 ""7::"'7,r'::.a,:''nf' L 1 1 41 1 Just try to score on this side of the field . . just try! 1 E vi -1 1 'UU I :f b :YI i , ' I 1 f 1 1 1, 511.- 1' L, Chemistry lab . . fascination! 1 1 1 'Tmj 1' i t -"" 1 1 wi 1 -1, ,.- ,..,, , . 1 1 "" "" """ 1 ' Raezer ' il 1 1 1 l ' J -1' 1 1 he 1 2 2 ' I 2 I ! 1 .. 1 - ,,,,, ,,,,, 1 ,,,, . "" 11 ""1"' "11 1 " 1 1'111'11 l ' l l 11111, Reifsnyclei' l V ,r I 1 1 Q A .Gerald Q Y ' 4 ' W , , W I 1 Shawn, l Royer L ik Kem' ' Scanlan A Wrong day . . . wrong ' ' w books, Sue? I i Jennifer , ' 'Roth' ? Y Y I 1 i i Terry Rach f--- ----' l P w vi! A second dessert? Private talk before class. u sic? 1407? We Mefvinq Flute sectional practice. Sensenzg .., H if A grmf-, - f WW- il he eeeei ls, 5 , Hefner Hi' is 1 2 rr, 5 b . -. W -.jg ' , , ' I ' X" 2, i I ii r 1 L X, . , l 5 f ' if U flux Q , , - 3 5 , i: ,, L W an -gif N N .wtf l of ' f, 1 l 4. " , ' ' ' Alice Steven Valerie b Sharon Drew F E 'Shalters ,Sheidy Shepler Shark Showers I i , . 5 ., V... ., , , . X ,AY , , , . -- .... ?!w ' ' " ' L ' " ' ' ' ' . A Ls, N- -V - ---ug , 'Uf . "3 V 5 +.,s.' r ' . I a n l f. nf i .H V ' V , l w A ' I i l 4 in 1 'r ' l F, if A n l l Ii' if i if l .y ' QQ, F W ' ' W, V! '--12 I qg 7 -Q ., , .."q , v ' n A 1- . f ,1 n K 1- li Q a ' ' W A S 1 gf' 1 1 - F W ,---- V-S. 1. W V - 1---T Michael A Sheila Donna Melanie Pamela Snyder Snyder Stlimm Stamm Steffe 41 rw ,Ntvregn , e - . r f N-.M--u .....s, 4,4.,,,.,,, , , n Y '12 V?-.'f'.,l V 'f "I ' I . , W, , x L I , lg l , ' v ' ' I 1' ' 11 ' I 1 K qua ,ll ,R rl -, , l A stumps. f Yi. ,,-4. U ,- 3, ,.,' QW ur -V I ,, , l 5 V l w-1Babbegpzs'g gb -1 ,Szbvpeg , Tiger V f ' .4 :1 I, -1' 2-- l-' '-3, V- '51, 1 , , X iegfllcfggi-ij V, T ' -or-,fifgr Q-ff2?ff1s.f.f uz imbwf -Q-fr f- V- Xl-5335" ,fr A- JS , 35 392171 , 512 a41 Pgn:ff4z2:a34!,gf 34- - ' i ivisfbjbfFifwffviy:Qkf-if-wwf? 19 " 1.514 ,r-35.1. ,.-am W.-,., -, A-521:11 V1.9 1- , -5-- Scott . . . studying the sense of taste in chemistry? W.. L4 ph, ,dv 'LE-AB' Q. . sw. Now what is that discussion all about, Ron? all 1 V, - ,L -.,,.,, -,, !1,g,f . V-,, ,-,L, 2 . . N..- A ..q+.....g.1- -X--' 5' l E as 1 l 'f lf' P K I-, .j-f,l'N , Y . 1, . ',A n - A :- - . 1 - - ' - w.- H , .. 1,- . A -, ,. u-f:,--1-,:-- x,. . , .C , .' .dy V, K-.,, - '.MlQfW?lA 5- mligff . 'A I gi 77-,Qtilfifiilfinffaliflsi -.1: -, L- '. ' -J.- u.-.gf-- ' lv ' ' ' m 21,-g 1 54 , i ,I my -.v X, r-,Mg P iff' -W 15 x ,. li -l .1 ' l + s Q- iff so 5 s hu- l f Ja ' . f 3 5 xx '- f W fl Iwl efs -3 M ,WQWQU 11 .V 7 Mr. Wentling's class. . . completely relaxed atmosphere. 42 V , nf X i 'x in M' wigiififfl e- '33 fl . 1p.l'5?WQfFWi5?"7i 4. ww- Y qu . , '- , jg. I ff ' ' f 1 , ia 'N x -'Wg if , +- 1 ., - ' , uf L . C E . .-4 Lori and Sherry enjoy the sophomore dance. n. Wx. Llr' "I Y I V Q "' yg IL gr h Q I 'J h fr 1 I 1 0 3. Mark takes on the gym mats. 1 f.,.,..-..-.....,.. -. ,W - . .... -... . Y. - - e-- --- - r -e-Y h A ,5Szgzqnrre Jean , . gzgfbe, y ' , e Q Ziegler Q, u .2 Q. ' , ,,,-.,- .Y !.,----.-e- Philip' ' t ,ZijfLmgyrm'qnf iff- Zimmerman 14 5 .-"MlSSl118it I ! ,- , A g .x A Rondldflerihey y ,Sqott Leonard f rbianelhlccio. H Wdlstrum. L,,,,A,,..,,.,Y. ,. .. 4. .-. .. ,Y QJ, ,M .,,. ,. i W . , . !. ' ' A 1 1 w . '.i ,. W I 5 I tv: 1... Ai K -.1 4 kj , V Q Q J- A 1. ! 'Q N. al . W 'H' 1. . Dawn N , Scott.,--3 Qweatherholtg-N 1 Wellenff f. .Y - ...Nm , 1 Charles Debfzi, ' t Woolf J Q K 'X Susana n Drew Q Izieglfil' tuzimmefmqn f . . . another mind-wracking Algebra test. R.. Drew. . . smile pretty! 43 .. ,,. .:-s .,, , F! ZW . " 1 1 ' '-.7-0 war, '+- .. ' "u Z5 t 'iifi' J, " J, .1155 35: Eric spends a quiet moment . . . reading. VI .. , M li V. I lr- 1 K r. 1. ' ' Michael 1 Aillsiyfer A . V 1 With a year's experience behind them, the Sopho- mores continue their years at Tulpehocken. They are now ready to tackle their main courses plus an extra- typing. Class jackets and ring orders are a sign that their high school years are moving fast. Their dance, held in the spring, will fill up a great deal of their time, Vvf: - I 3 1 A I, 'W' 1 l ..- ,H ,Y ,, , Cathy Althouse 1 will 15,5 S. Linda 1 Althouse N Thomas ,Balthaser V , ,,, .... . .I X. ' 1 1 1 3 1 Ja' 1 l i i.l't 2 1 1 ' Debra Bashore 1 , 1 I 1 1 1 1 I ,-,,u, 1 1 1 Rickie- ' Bashore Cindy Butz f '11- 1' - Q I4 1 -. A- yw ng ,,, 1! , ,f 1, 41,3 1' ' 1 ,1 P' Judy Beck Ricky Berger- 11f'c"'s11 5 T1 ii '! V AI l I ' 1.1 1' ' . J, f z ' ' A "' 15' 1 'Ln' nfl I 1 fr 1 "' 'Ji Randy Wilma Batz Beall 4 1 an W . 1 Vgrzr 1 Thomas B enfer William Boltz Timothy Bordner 1 , 154- Y Aa Larry Bdwman Linda Brightbill . I ' - "'1 ' r I 1 xi . A- . A nu: TD l 4 ' N 5-' -ff Q 1 , . . if D 1 "' D41 '. n ' William Mark Nancy Brightbill Brossman Brightbill f Denise S. Brown Denise M. . Brown n n r n W r Cathy Buchter i , 'TT W' ,,' , 'Brenda Burd n -so -ss 3 1 Q 'qxu w AY or ' Richard Burkey n N , Qfgfea I f W Yi, ,,-, ' Wendy 'Davis' 1 Tee n r 'f 1 Karen Deck ,.1 I n n ' 'W i Jan Eisenbrown i 1 1 n s Jizz D Eisenbrown , rE?v, George Darlene' Carles Cummings 1 w 'Theresa Deivtzler 1 5-9 N V Z 7 Y T u w , ' - I 1 5 r r U r 4 , Y Cynthia Eisenhardt ,Sundry A Danlidv' Richard Eiseriman W , , , -,..,,,A..,f-2-feb.. g .Barry A Fitzgerald V Dbuglw Fornwalt VA-- if-fn I 1 .- I. s, "' S ' . 5 1 ' 4 Suzanne Q' , X Geering lg 1 u W f r Richard and Kenny . . . standing guard. FFf"'T fn -1 Y rl- W .4 r--v. X ' fm W ' . I , 7'-Y fra- R Melody Gibble e f William Foreman GV Christine N L Ferry ' - V Y ' X Joyce Good Wanda N Goss! w L w Q y 1 Ted Shawn' i . Graeff 1: Z , N ' Greenwood 1 ' an y 'lu if ii ' , X I A H w L A 4 nl I, ' I J 3 -"I 1. , ' , W 1 y , . 1 i ' - ' 1 W Robert , Gwen ' A Mareim " Typing to the beat of the music. . . Mark, Michael. Hartz b K x,...,.,,, A.v ,,..i,,,,,,. Y, , l- i i 'Elizabeth N A Hayes ' I l , Y - - H Y i V Ray Q Himmelberger N , ' N N 5 lil H Q i qi N 1 se. li il I Sherri! ' I i , 4 W ., M , V . ixzafwzcq ' ' l "" A Q w R if H , gg H A ' 1 Louise 1 Kline I -" Sophomores hurry to their 8th period class. 1 I l ffl- l , M 'lf 5 ' -' Pl, ., 1 'J '-'Q.,4' w ,f f A 1, s James Gaye Keith Huey Jenkins Keeney I - mn . .M-aj M is Dean Kirkhoff E nb Fralicking in the halls after lunch? 47 lu H ei" w- H E H 3 ' A 1 ,Lance H immelherger Timothy Hauser ""'v iv' ' cheryl' Kline y , Kathy Krammes - resf H md nb S4 FV! Who let you in Room 102? Mr. Feaser listens in on a private conversation. Al ,AA -- AAA 'AA.LA,-,-,wA ,, ,A.. .AA,,,.,, W A i A ,--:F A' AAI? " M " 'A A A A ' : I., ' A A A A . - V . A A " A ' I A J K a, A Q -wg A A til, ,,,.o. 1 ' z-5 A A l A A A "" AA , ,A A v Aw, ,A ,WHT ooooo ,WMA AL fe , , A- ,,A. 7 Goreen... ,,,,,.,. v Gerald 'Jane x 1 1 QT gf. ""3il2'- W V .44 J' 5 A" A A A A A A -- V G 5V' A ' A ' q A oooo A ,,,. W. . . . ,, oo.,, A 'bein Ronald Largent' .Luiz A gf A Al E31 N N A . I A A oooooouv oww Q A A A A A , Q 4 E A Aj! A A A A A A Wff--ffA-A-h- ooooooo Susan t2 ,,,,,,,,, .I F. ' A AAA qi A, A ml' A A . X A . A Elko A . A A '-' ' W A A A , . , . , A -"fff"'A'wim"'Tg,:: ,'!' AAA7'3.1,,i': '1A""'iAT'f- A ""NNNNNX ""'NNN mdwrence M65 Sfephen McN ally 1 ,. 1., A A 'Mayall l A A A A AA' AW A AAAAAA A A A A . A A A AP ' A A A A ' A Lisa Merrell AA 'A A A A A A A .Kenneth A Last one here again . . Beth! 48 Sophomores. . . Monday morning blues I, ,g,, ,, ., , ..,,, W- 11 V 1 V l l 'l l l 1 91 P 1 1 I' . 5 Lawrence Alive ' filer 'Miridy Hey, what's the big idea? E1 Stop trying to copy from me. . Kathy' Moyer f 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 ' . I ' , , I, Ricky l Mayer 1 1 MMM M, , X , - ,r -tm. ', 1 so-' X X, 4.-, 1 1 I . 1 - .5- 1151? 7 ll 1 1 if 1 A 5 ..1 511 H1 Margaret Mzlckel fggf- But that's the way it has to be. l l 'Gary 'Gail I ' i Ney Oberly " 'nf' f "AW 1' l 1 1 1 1 AM ,,, 1 1 W 1 R . 1 11 1 Richard! T 1 U 1 1 1 - 1 1,,?:-h. e 5, - Y Judith April' ' Oleqh. Parig 1 ffff 1 1 1 an of 1 1 l "W 1 1 F A 1 Y-1 , M I- 11 1 , 5,,4lg A-ll .a -Y - i,.,.r l Michael i Paulson Phillips You.'d laugh too if you saw the fellow behind the camera! 3 by Pg 16 103 L, I I 7 I 2 Lvl In I I I ,INT my-T.?af G jf- ,Pierson I .-:,. I I I o , I .5 JI I J ' ,I , . ' Q I I - Ia I -dx I I Pamela' I ,Porter ' rf- ' ,V ' I- . I' Ln. I II I x " II ' I I :I I I A .l -Railzl .Kathy I Rank LZ., .,.,.-,,-.A-,,P,:,,,4 Y W WY., . ni-'Qi K' , I 1,...' 'V 3 . ' I I VL, I ",., M I ' 'I T r .Q ' 15 1 ' , f" ,, ,... H ' I I own'-Fw-In-I-p - y y l 'f I V I Some people hard? actually study Ad -,,,,,..--- Opening up the door to a brand new world. . . the library. , I I QII I II' I XL -. . " Q I I""f f:"T"iq7 ' W "I I Jgffepyl ' Linda I 'Rizbniaiz - 5 Reiner ,W - - , ,Hui 1-I' Sneaking a peek during a history test. 50 I I I Jeff finishes housecleaning his locker I I I 1 1 I I Ghkzzvl. '-Reirthflff Susan Royer Jizz I I Rosenfeld Dane, 4. wj , f in . w..,.., ....,Y-., dir...- - lliqdnfeaff ' 4 Schaeffer l - w xg " . WL 1 il 1 ., - ,i , 5 us" F V. .l is R I ..Y.,............-..,.7-, l Izumi .1 Sblfklikgfrfg 1 'wg P Fa, . . wma "1 1 f " Kayil ' Sbhock v 'l Denise l A -Sheidy wi .V . 'wi Jill. . . it's that time of the year. . . locker-arranging! W, if ' 2- - I 5- A 2' lf sz, 10-1 . . . chain reaction. 5' 1 , I x f ' .14- E. 1 i a 'v .xl H . , ,A ., . ,-,, V- HY, avi-7-i,--7 . lGazef7': "iA +57i??!l. i if 3. ' - '-,i. JL::..i.x: Q u. ' . - v 4 S Eugene' ' '- ll 'Siegriist i S , J ' J h . "'Q'Ti, Al 'T I "Wiz"-' Mr. Winter stands ready for the Eric. 5 Z ,Douglas 1 K valley ball. ,Snyder ' X '-Stall? ' fK'f?T7"'7+ fg.- 'FL - v -e f- -2-2-4'-' -k .l-.. . 4j-4. ,Q.,,,g:s.4Q-.,...a..'- . 1 le' f i A I , rl: MI y. N -2' l' f V Which way did he go? . . . Change of classes! 51 V..-ff wg, :K-17-W , ' 1 Karen - , 7jT'f iuul ll 1 A ' 1SCi?il!ffP'l, L, f as P ,l e , , I, ...J ' ' " ll. if . Tzu.- N"-,. T ""f'Q.giEI, Q Deborah " l Stauffer w Stauffer Dana? Stdudt' 4' fl f ' ----1'- Rose X. ' '- l X. ,Q 5 .r X .' ' il. 1 I I V 4- . - T . L . , Y I j',' ' ,. HP' b -- l ,Y. . 7, Robin 5 Swqyer 77' l rf """ "" f'f1l w l . e s r '51 W .ge V IN . if ,A A 'Holly Troutrnan, . . . signing out helpful books at the library desk. James Larry Troutman Ulrich. ,,.......-.I . 1 W I l N I 1 W lu , I N E 1 J- f f 1 :, Ri ' ' l-.P Allison 'Connie Watts' Weaber Jill demands support of the cheerleaders at basketball games. lazlglsit 52 She didn 't use Footguard? IiY'f7fQTQif'fiQ I e j I a pi' I I 5 I' I I ' ' I a I D ' I A Keith Wenrich I I lII1,""A Y "3'i.,'.':' , I Ii I , II I li! .. gk. I Mithqel I 'Woolf I The morning bell rang . . . Denise and David. 34 I I V., A . ,,,. T, ,,,,., 7 Rcindyf Wendy' Weidman Wenger Wendy and Sue practice Karate after school. I I I I I David. Sheryl' Zeller Zenbe 3MiSSihg:. . Ricky Zfriest Clair Zimmerman 53 . F-'t7?"w 'T -- .,....l-f":.. , .Q f ,- 5-Luv.. vw . , fa... I :. ,..-.5 gs A ffl "5 1 7 -if If ' I :I 34,.fi' .. H X I N '-'m . " I ' ,Q ' " fiqviij ,h, ?'5-,M f" ' ',L5',Ii . "Qi-jlfjs 3 ,J - ,xi , 3, 5 . ' - Between-class meeting . . . in the gym I 1 lobby. I Ii I H5 ,L---it I I-gg I I Q, I I- I' I II It II, . I I Lon mite' I X P,,.,,, 'Q-E, v W. R , ' II: I I II IIA I ' 1 ,Am I i C I 1' I I I ,May Yacomes I i - . I: I I . I . .a X hx. .xxrgigll I I Itis another windy day on field. the soccer V i 'fy 1 M ' x. 1 V -'Esther ' i J, . -Allgyerf. E , Coming to the High School for many pupils is a trau- matic experience for the first few weeks. Eventually the shy Freshmen come out of their shells and begin letting us know they are around and ready to participate. Suddenly, clubs, Student Council and sports teams are filled with the faces of eager Freshmen. Their class dance, held in March is their only money raising activity, but they are faithful atten- dants at other school events. ,il .J 5'1" v -William ' J 1 Angstadt. 1, j, Doris 7 4 Baker fr S 3 l 4 , f .. , I 'I fe Q li w L W ,v.?,...,A. A, ,Dqnnaiii , P f 1 'Balthaseri ' , Q- , 1 i , 1 lr' l l 4 P 'LREBec,ca' ' . 'I Bulthqser it , A' ij if 4 ly? 1--MQ, -W,-1 i, aitephaniest . if ' 13agfhaser.Q y .' V I f' Q, V 1-it X. w " A , 1 Earlene. Bflsfliif? ' . in l , l P Q- ggi. Jiv. i ,, Justin 5 ,.-:f----- -:rw ' - A lr. Tr i I I I . , fl 1 I, ks. ,, gi 'Jonathan .N e 1 ijatdorfi, Y f Dale , Qechtoldv Clifford' ' Beckif X Beidler H I J ' Ki' ij V A 'A 'A ' 'QQ' "nf H ' 1 l tt I ,A T I I 1 . is I lfexdiine, l 'Beiltzi . 1 . , .Henry i B.icher, i Sharon. A 'BOBZJ 1 Allen tiaowman 1 T1-'-W---f . ' lui- 5 ' 1 Derma Buyer' 457174 '-"1 " -ff' TT"'i?"5TH:z ,- A-,Y , .- .,- WV-, .Sf -- .:..4:V.".'-'..5f1fa.:1'7 ! W . ,. r, 11 ,W W , W: f. 1 - XE - Qu W, A G r- A f f x, J E TM J 3, Q, y --ff ' l I A 1 5 f , -' ' " V , w J , i X 1 ., f W f, ,, ,' 1 .AA - 1 1 2 i-.,. V ,,.f X V- Y - ' I Kim Jessie nlml-1-M' Ding Buggy' i E Brian Brown, Brubaker Dduid Dqvza , Dagzs , 'Brightbill .-- ' -' + Davis -M A f --me -f vw, ' - A F V agrwiiirif .K Y Ali -X xr X ' 'Z 1 J W l 1 X ' li 5- . : I Af ' I I T a ' 1 c Gary Debrfz 1 Conklin V: Dqfqk A ,.... V l 3 F p 5 '1 2 I Q ' ' s 'xr I 'A L ' 9 . 1 5 Cheryl Kmem I ' Cooper 'Dieikh 1 f TA" ff f A lf J -1a "I I , 1 W '56 V' l " 14 A .3 J' ' . 1. T' L4' ' Q .Y ' 'V A V-1 X .h , A I as , V , ,T 3 jg R1 V, ' ,fx . ij R' Q .Randolph 1 Custer ' Degler . . 'A+' , f ' F' f 1 'jig r'A . I fi V L - -, .6 . ' JM X, x, K-Q -'si V . W, Larry ' Tina i Dauvb DeLong .fly i i I F 1 n Hi K -12 X 5' 1 i 1 Tir' i i x I i Donnu' Uieffeiibdch X -...,.- , . - f-N Robert V Dslnkel ..?n7.1, H -ig, -4. I Mrs. Snyder hands Debbie change for a second dessert. I F ' 71 -L if if H i i i X 1 i i r :T 'fa-, r A r 5. IK A ' 1 X ' Q - Y i ' 1 4- ' i I ' I Q, i j fylf - g 1 'if 4- i Bruce Cynthia Pdffibk' Doutrich Dove DOIUVI-9 1 I ,fwrnr WY' Y , Willidm Eckert J ., li r jul 4,4 xv J K I A i 1' f an w y ,J 77:1-W,-.V W I Dole Emerich W Y ,rn ,, ,,7,, 4.0, ,,1,,, ,MW W , v ,R , V . .T g - 1 N gi a L! 1 D 1 I I Kdthy Doyle I. i Ninth grade pupils follow instructions to dissect a frog in the Biology lab. I ff' --fw i i ' H in ,4 'Z ,e 4 ,. -. ,F Bibhard i 'Dietrich- . .r.. e,.,..V 1 1 i 1 I N - ..,, ig Susan r Doherty ' K h l N i --W ..,. ,Y , ex W John' ' h Eisenhardt' ' w . ' Q W s w 1" vi ix I ' A I 1 ,YI . V Diarlie y Emerich i o gin Jimmy Felty W W Z Y V FFA boys wait in line to unload the oranges before the holidays. Cindy 1 Flannery -ss e e ess fsseeseysefsfss ees e it X N W ll it It k V wi 1 Y 21 l s 5 Stacy Rodney Gay Gerhartl Sherwood Margaret Freeman Gassert f K. . L ,54 - 114 or ' -'hi . im-V' 1' Y,-1 "kb A :x, f, ",j1f-r 'Eugene 2 I . ,jfggm ggkgxr-,W H, Wd - r A , Jtwki, .rx Ai. --11' r f m + l Vg, vi g -W A I EWS:-I WAHM A, A ,,,o .--1,Ns..4 1 - I X 1 11.-H---fi :iw ' iiiv'i'ii ' I e 'Q E .gli -e .54 l Jane Gutshall Corinne discusses the latest rock music with her ninth grade classmates. 57 lrf l -1 f i "v t I I f' fiat 1 i '. 411111. t 1 ' . Cynthia Fisher ,Charles b Eornwalt . M i 1 ,,. 1 , . l . 32232 1, ,,,,,, ,wt Craig Gfum bine. Michael ' Haag? '- eshmen v 'HI .,,.,TH a,,V,v,, ,,- "Mn - 11. . ,., V 1... W ,?,v,.4II - ,. Rod takes strides to get to the next class. xv N N -W W Y. ,-. Y . ,X Y A 1I 1, - 0.-. T, , L, 1 IIII 1 1 I'-. ' I I 1 v v I D' le I Dorothy N ,I V 'Hiinmelberger Hess I ' I'SfIIi1ley I 1 Heifshey , 1 - ,ITI 'E' I 55 5 ,2". II ' ' 1 'A,- 5- IPIQI I I I I R IQ Ae-' .gII, fI1IIAeI I A ,, 1 , 1 5 - 11.v-11' I - Y I ,.:.,,, 1, . I Jefffd V , flBqff:vf , -Kim' ,I . II fHUffQfd Kauffman' I -Hvwef ' 1' ' V V , 1 .M 'e I 1" - .,,1.,,,.. We ,A A In-1. I I I 1 1 i I I I 1 I I -1. 1 I ' I A I -, ' I .- - . , M- . --A,f,,-x1.'-W I illqiiene RodneyI - Susan , I 'I Keeney 1 - Keppley 1 Ii V xx , I. V I . 9' Z A ' . I 'If I I I .7 I I I I I I I , I 1 I I 4' IA'-QF 1' N - 4 M I I Margaret Lester . Harrison Hartranft, Vi, -few HL! ,. - I I I 1 5 I I II ,TA ,,,--,-. .1 Mark Hayes I I I I I I I Karen' Samuel Richard Heffner, Heim Hershey' -11 Q YI: it I 1 1 I-,J 1 - , I . I II I . I I I 14 fII -J" -Ig I I I t F' X ! ,DIWQT I 1 , J 1 I I ' 1 ' . I-AL I T4 I 1 '-f' 4.11 ,I I Donald 4 Laurie Donna I Himnielbergerr I Hoffert' I E -Hoffman I John and his classmates compete in hockey. I 9 Er -A l e ll 'A ' Q3 AV L' 'A I Q if -s ff as .X A ,,1KdQhggep: - ' Geoffrey' ' Daze i Kenderdine' I Kennedy N Kelner : ..V.1h.iYY -Wie ,7W 4, A . , I - I .E I" N 1 I .r- ig f y A ew ..,. m Aw., Alice Kiene if--' , --..... V I .T 1 .-- Y , r 1 r l i ' i The girls of the Civics class are the busiest. Barry V ' Candace Kissling Kissling , be b e o be i : 2 i 2' . i . , e . 5 yt Q i .iff e s ss fs- LB o' is -fe f - ' Q o We z if ff Q 'V if A i' no L., 5- ' ' , H " N j 11" ' A WQYN Wien 'fb liTffff'5::5Q3f'fd'i E' "'Q l fffiiix fe l 'Kffffhi Kew .sss sq eewefidvfiraaf, ' , X ' Kifsling . . Kline" F ,411l?75I'9'."li-ff'f '4'L ifE5'9'?f5'?2fli'fffE?Q - " vu lfi l Hi I 4. ff I I X 'L' 'I 5 .. ' I1""'i-...,d-J V ll l 2 V 'll x J.: s l 5 1 fr , ' - ,4 v iw . . W - '.fivfF'A, 'lt ffl '-- V 4 " 1 i W y l ' fi l i ,xii , l ' X i l 'i JeffMays takeafront seat in English Class. f- --- - ff-' 1 lssr f-f-if f - ' f- -1 -- 4' ,'-. - .3 , '-F-vaffmwf-F' livydbo ' Raye 1. o Ama' 'ff'Tim'i ' iif'fiA"' ,e,Knessel, i ' 'Kf5l'?e'Q l.s., T ,slv jmlii 'M , 'Ulf gig' 'dfiffmugv 'W ' f A q N M J I' l .V l g. r , fi H 2 I 1 'fb' ' lu W V 1 fgf' e e 4 e o we r J, 'Q ' -puke Kim iszumm Tammy ' 'Krill ':Leiby' Leisey j Leonard ,. Y. -Siff- Lydia Weik, a Library Aide, looks for the card for the returned book. 59 l l l x tt llfgffh ivy Michelle Loeb Long Lorah .If dy, . Scott! Sheila Jeffrey Lutz Lutz Mays. W A, , 1 ., , 2: 1 , 4,- , ,:, 4. , ,, awe . 'YA -II V.a,- .L.4i-e,,.:4. -1 1: - ' -.. -- - , in Why doesn 't Justin believe we had homework? I 135251 .f K Patrick Michele- McDonough Meredith' M V I '5jQ,'l-L-J-M N 5 7 5 . a 1 1' 4' U W .. V 0 . William Daniel? You don't confront Kevin. Merrell Meyer , . V. l . ffv 1 'F .V I vi,-V. J M f -- . 5 3 A . , 'I f xi ' lf . -- e eeeseee lee e F lf I" 1 l 3 Loran Sheila 1 ' t ' -- Moyer Moyer Debbie speaks softly but carries a big stick. 60 We start another day at THS Daniel' Carl' l Miller 5 Moyer ?vY , ' Y ltr' J . ,IL J l 1 Q 1 1 Lucinda! crystals ' Napp ,Nicholson Xi, I K " ,ff 1' J Pat takes time out of study to pose for a picture. 1 1 5 I i Vickie y RL-zsiriger A ,. xt. , , w N A W N , w R 'A I w W w , i y l ' N w 'Maurice R9bilIard so as W Kareri Ritchie Michael Robinson iii i fi: f jf ,-4 9-we W N i Ruth, Richard Leon 1Na1ic:v Olesh Orban Beiffer Peiffer ' 1' jf' a ,P we J i i i i -3 V e . i ' N ' K "j 3 5 , Q 'I 1 r 1 H ' "' 'L - 3 1 H 1 , . "ff .. IJ I 9 N jf i Sharon Timothy' Richard ' Susan Peters A Porter ' Prescott Pugliese y .ee-.,,1fQ A V ' i ii' ' ' ' W ' Y W - N A , w 1 Q - , , X W N 1 -, , ,527 N ' N 4 4' -, Q W i eau, e gQ,ee, i N M cia Kevin N Reczman , Reed Susie looks for her friend before K Y 4 , . ,. , N Mr. Wentling arrives. N , I I M ' , ,. 5 H , ' - 'xl - ,. ' Q . 1 .' ' ' Laurie Roberts , Michael. y , , . Rayman Randy, Larry and Clair operate shop equipment with care. 61 Q if 7315? M- 1--.-7-3-f-, 1.1, uf ' H , , Y . .-2.xwl?9dfwy- 5 V 32555 1 '- Q' f. l X .. 1 1 " I 1ifnf'RanlfalQ VT ' "SlZdlfe1Q' ' - , . Q li I Y al 121 l s Q HAH" l ,Nwk 1 . Satfazalin- l David' - . H sfwu 5 nfl Vaughn ,, .Saunders a, l Q"fff -I I , 2 X 1 0 J 1 4 .. ,V Randall Shurr, I hi! N Don't be so embarrassed: it's only a picture in the music area Freshmen. :Ill C-'T"f"f" 1 ll ' ll , , V Ver. , bvfvx- -N 2--V T--W . l , .- - - l "A l ll g f l M l . f' ' r Q4 , i f l A .2 yd f 4 l ,ll , , -b-, l - A ll f .4 ,1 3 3 ff? ,. Q l r f as . : 1 l l l r .- v .- V ' ' .- '- ' fn, .v- . .4 r' f- ' 3 ,.-' ' -ming? lr L7 5 X ,- n ' 1 rx w gl .L 5 jx ' W X 1 IU I ffl 9' " 1' 1 .J r l l , V .K l " AIGYQWQQ "Corinne Debra Richard Robert' l W5'SiegrZstN Ii Stqudt ' . Q Stquclt Stamp Strickler Swoyer 7 J L I '-"A"-iv "'-' 'rgff - f L Rodney watches the clock in the art room. 62 l Frank 4 Douglas' R Vidia .Wagner l li l. ' .1 ,I Leif' ,I 7 ,gal 'll ' N ,-- ' 1 , f - l l . ll l - ' cql ,Q ',f , K -l he Cathy l Waldron l Jizz' Walker Tedious work. . . in silence. . . in the library. Gary Daniel ,Wenger Wilt ' l 74. l Lg If l 2 2 W s l ,. 7.7. ' l Jodie l Ziegler l l Mining: Karen Behney Suzanne Clay l Kevin Dorcas ,Joel H etrick' Ronald Ulrich Wayne LeFeu er Earl Wolfe E ill, l y 1 r A' 1 U xl l K if l ig Clair ' Keimff 99' , Watson A Weaver". I I' tiff lux ,,4. l Lydia Coy A Weller ' Y ' Weik Roger Jill Linda Yiengst Younker Zenbe Q 'V b A Q Keith Kissling stands guard as students get books for the a. rn. session. Peace is a small log cabin deep in the deciduous forestg sitting in a comfortable chair in front of the fireplaceg watching snowflakes float by the window. -Mr. Larry Beissel I have seen so many wars and revolutions in the world .... Men do not know what they are, what they do. They do not know that we are human beings, brothers. -Pablo Casals Row 1: Miss Himmelberger, Mrs. Kline, Mrs. Guthrie, Mr. McComsey. Row 2: Miss Ketner, Miss Klinger, Mrs. Deisher, Mrs. Carvell. Row 3: Mr. Price, Mr. Ullrich, Miss Chesonis, Mr. Winter. Row 4: Mr. Rentschler, Mr. Wolf, Mr. Crim. Each new dawn starts a new day which in itself is the start ofa new life. For a teacher this is the chance to help students. Hope- fully serenity will prevailg and not only on a school level, but rather internationally, people will live in peace. -Mr. Ronald Price 64 , -..,,---,- .i ff K-,Nev Uv, .1 ,., , . . Row 1: Mr. Graeff Mr. Scheirer, Mr. Wentling, Mr. Kremser. Row 2: Mr. Beissel, Mr. Feaser, Mrs. Althouse. Row 3: Mrs. Leininger, Mr. Schwartz, Mrs. Wolf, Mr. Hepner. Row 4: Mr. Hoffman, Mr. Harner, Mr. Orendo, Unity is achieved only when there is peace, harmony, and understanding among all peoples of the world-no matter what race or religion they are or what their polit- ical views may be. -Miss Mary Ketner Universal understanding, seemingly just beyond our grasp, will be realized only when we reflect giving and loving by truly offering to others a portion of our- selves, transforming the world neighborhood into a true brotherhood. -Mr. Robert H arner I believe in education. The more I know the greater my ability to be useful. I believe in a united people which can insure justice and prevent inequality. I face the years ahead with confidence, hope, and cheer. Somehow the world will go on and the school will go on whether we take an active part or not. -Mr. Michael Orendo 65 There are those who light the way V 'V ' 5 fl'-'F , '5 f R, v-' ,A h W 1 W me , A f. 51-, .3 F . V 1-.. Til i, ,K , p GSI' " 'S MHWG GHEAI VAS EVEHA DQIEVL11 VITHUUI ENTMUSUQ Nst:-, .' -hir fx -if-is-r tth thoughts and bits of wisdom. uLPenocKen man smog WESTERN DIVI SIGN SOCCER CHAMPIONS N HOCKEYSYIYO. Y --- V - ., Y,.f--.-,,:4-...:.A-.:.-- S , fi .. 5 '1 .1 M I V . l V. , A 1, 41 'run -A l N , , f apr. "' Laws", H: ""l-f- 'P4'5v",.q1g1."1.:g"'-L ' "fm , lf l x, . ,H 'W' 'E N I hQT'ig.., ','mf.'v"f Q if 'fi rgvgjii , P ,ww ,ls-gw -ff ' F' i is I ,...L.a 'YQ r' M Pr' .1 X '- ' ' -' -'-T, Ju' nk . A 1 , f A f S' ' , A ' Q 1 L! A' 'V ' - , ., , g -55,3 ,-,- L i V li, ,AI . h ' -3 Y 'L Q 1, A , QQ' Y . N'-, ...W gf if ' ft- ' ' l ' 1 I A ' 'X lklaik f fn.. .-u 1- ,. . .5 , ,....:V ' V'1 L . . . , , J. . . ' Via.,-. 1 SCHOOL BOARD: School Board 's Work Is Endless Cl fwk 1 I , ,Wil N YV' V1 Standing: Mr. Harold Bashore, Mr. Roy Hetrick, Mr, Clarence Mengel. Seated: Mr. Gerald Seiler, Mr. Earl Schaeffer, Mr. Warren Kline, and Mr. Orville Stauffer. Missing: Mr. Alvin Zerbe, Sec fy. Never-ending is the task of a school board as they endeavor to provide us with qualified teachers, required materials, and modern facil- ities with an eye ever on finances. To make L-is Mr. Seiler awaits the first proposal. decisions for the benefit of personnel and stu- dents requires men who are willing to give many hours of their own time as they discuss and eval- uate the resources at their disposal. WHQQLS - Mr. Schaeffer, Mr. Kline, and Mr. Mengel discuss zz serious problem. 68 ADM INI S TRA TI ON .' Shall There is il A"' ffl, 1 ,V . ,1,x ,N ..-7 1 ' u .. "-i- I , Ar Mr. Earl Koenig, school superintendent, graduated from Albright College with a B.S. He received a M.Ed. in Education Administration from Temple University. In spare time, he enjoys reading, woodwork, and gardening. ..,,' Mr. Koenig looks over the figures of the 1973-74 school term. Be School Today? 6.'00 a. m. Shall there be school today? What will the weather be like at 3:10? Shall the schools be closed? Such are decisions Mr. Earl C. Koenig, our Superin- tendent, must rule on on a blustery, stormy, winter day. Mr. Koenig is responsible for not only his own decisions but also for those made by teachers and the service per- sonnel of the district. To supervise the many facets of the district's tasks draws upon the skill and patience of our Superintendent. reams-I-:lil The desk isn't big enough for Mr. Koenig 1-1 'ylw 4 'r in n .,-: ...-1 I , to carry on his work W I Ala: as Mr. Koenig attentively listens to a report at School Board meeting. 69 HIGH SCHOOL PRINCIPAL AND GUIDANCE C O UNSEL OI' VVhich Curriculum Meets Pupils' Needs? KS. 'li' 1 Mr. Harold Matthew, our principal, is a graduate of East Stroudsburg where he received a B.S. in Physical Education and Health. He also received a M.Ed. in Education Admini- stration from Temple University. Mr. Matthew takes time to relax. 70 Which curriculum should I enter? What is my future ambition? If I want to further my interest in science, what subjects should Istudy? Which coll- ege offers a good homemaking course? Library Science? Pre-Law? Pre-Med? Such are the questions Mr. Harner and Mr. Matthew must answer many times. Our guidance counselor and principal face the queries with patience and wisdom. Mr. Robert Harner, Guidance Counselor, obtained a B.A. from Franklin and Marshall College. Also from Temple University, he received a M. Ed. in Administration. hr. SEcRETAR1Es.- In Comes.Anoth'er Request .. K 1 I l ' V w .M I , J E ', w "May I have the key to the bookroom? May I 4 have an early dismissal? May I see Mr. Matthew? Is Mr. Koenig free? Just as Mrs. Kline or Mrs. Polk are seated to perform their secretarial chores, y the office door opens. The aforementioned quest- l l ions are answered, often and politely, no matter , how busy the ladies may be. We do appreciate ' the courtesies, Mrs. Kline and Mrs. Polk! Mrs. Jean Polk performs her daily tasks. One of Mrs. Helen Kline's many duties is to answer the telephone. is' Mrs. Helen Kline performs her office duties. IJ!- Mr. Matthew gives Mrs. Kline a list of names for the magazine campaign. 7'l . A vw ,- L L-, .,' 'i1.4..9i 7 "..f' ENGLISH: Changes Occur in Our Language 'Uuvenocracy"-"serendipity"-are the words familiar? Changes in the English language occur so often that yearly a board of the M erriam-Web- ster Co. revises and adds to the dictionary it pub- lishes. Students need to be aware of such changes. By the use of vocabulary work sheets, literature stories, and bibliographies, students broaden their understanding and use of the language. Mr. Feaser joins the class to listen to reports. 72 C7 Mrs. Erna Deisher attended Kutztown State College where she received a B.S. in English. Among Mrs. Deisher's hobbies are sewing, reading, cooking and gardening. Mr. John Feaser graduated from Lebanon Valley College where he received a B.A. in English. He obtained a M,Ed. in English from Temple University. 4 few of his hobbies are family camping, gardening, and hiking. f L PE Having graduated from West Chester, Mr. Philip Hepner received his B.S. in English. In spare time, he enjoys golf, tennis, sports cars, rallying, and canoeing. .4 7-4. , -, V545- The pencil sharpener now stays on Mr. H epner 's lectern. 73 i s Y lf: . 'SQ , -eu iiviiv -if -Q Q v Mr. Hoffman enjoys sitting on his desk while teaching. ,Q-,Q fm A 'iii' -1:43, N-we-..,, -an-4.-,. -Q.. 1, -wi fi :' :fig c - .M J-il :-f:f:-- ran. xv N?-5 .. Q .-5313 if -5 ' iilfi'-'i,.. L 1- -4 :QL ', 13 ,,g"'n:.-gf. r . H X ,-3 . LQQ if Mr. Sterling Hoffman, Jr. obtained a B.A. in English from Lebanon Valley College. He is 'the senior class advisor, DARDANIAN advisor, and track coach. Reading, woodwork- ing, and sports are among his hobbies. MA TH: Math is Num bers in Progression "Use the unit circle to find the cos of "fl-4 and the sin of "'ff4!" How familiar to the trig students of THS! What preparation precedes such a task? In Algebra I pupils do factoring and solve verbal and number line problems, in geometry, theorems and postulates keep pupils on the move, in Algebra II tasks involve quadratic formulae, more advanced reading problems, and factoring, then in grade l2, trigonometric identities, functions, the unit circle, sin, and cos occupy the students. For those seniors who thrive on challenges, a course in advanced math is offered. Teaching Algebra I and General Math, Mrs. Carol Leininger received a B.S. in Secondary Education from Kutztown State. In her spare time she enjoys golf, styling , and cutting hair or wigs, and swimming. V, I li Mr. Ronald Graeff teaches both Geometry and ' A ' f X fi Business Math. He has a B.S. in Secondary " " H' YW! ' Education' from Kutztown State' One of Mr. Graeffs duties is to correct tests. 74 lr' I Mr. Edward Crim received a B.S. 'at Bloomsburg and his M.Ed. from Kutztown. He teaches Trigonometry, Algebra II, and Business Math. His hobbies are hunting, fishing, and golf. N w Kill' Mr. Crim points out the use of trigonometric functions. Mr. Rentschler explains a Physics problem. r" ' 317' 5, Mr. Larry Rentschler, teaching Physics, Algebra IL and Advanced Math, received a B.S. from Eliza- bethtown and also an M.A.T. from the University of Cincinnati. Some of his hobbies are photography and woodworking. 1?- -Lg 'T Wag I Tw' -" L .179 -S fm- if if f? - 1 -,, kai .,. . :F 'i 2? , 'L bfi? vi ,N l. 1 ,AJ F"k xfili in SCIENCE: Science Includes Microscopic Investigations Biology, the study of plant and animal life, with the use of the microscopeg Earth and Space, the study of volcanoes and rocksg Chemistry, the mixing of chemicals and performing experiments in the realm of the unknowng Physics, math with a slide ruleg and an elective Bio-Chem. course are studied in the science department. Ee .sn 1' L lr . fcjzz- -fi' lx- F113 'v f'k:YV 4, 1 slfifwf in Mr. Ullrich explains Biology to the ninth grade students Mr. Frederick Ullrich attended Albright College where he received a B.A. in Psycho-Biology. Among his hobbies are skiing, tennis, karate, and kayaking. Mr. Ullrich teaches Biology and Bio-Chem. Mr. Ullrich talks about the fish in his ninth grade Biology class. 76 Mr. Lar'ry Beissel teaches Biology and Earth and Space Science. He received a B.S. in Science and Biology from Fort Lewis. Fishing and hunting are his hobbies. diff' nib-' W' 'iv -A fmwfrlfav . ivimr: n x j Q' 5 -,K K Y , , 45, f, I "' -' .A ,l:,g,v -5.11 Ag.: ' 1 'A 3:7 'I ' 4 ,. :buf . ' 'H 1.L5' P - , .. ' , 'I' I "I -1 . U ,fi--- ..1J"n ,,. . .i. - ,,,eE.fT5, - f . - . -:t ee . . --fflf ,' 'Q' Qfie if ,, , y , Bruce Boltz and John Stoltz watch Mr. Winter and his demo- stration for Bio-Chem class. 77 Mr. Beissel teaches the tenth grade students about our earth. Mr. Carl Winter obtained aB.S. in Chemistry and Advanced Chemistry from Penn State University- He also received an M.Ed. from Penn State and a M.S. from Syra- cuse University. He teaches Chemistry and A Biochemistry. ' V - P. V re Vg: c,AA A fi' f . .QQ--.' 'M SUCIAL STUDIES: Social Studies Include Local and World Histories Mrs. Linda Althouse received a B.S. in Corn- prehensiue Social Studies from Kutztown State. She teaches Civics and Science. She enjoys sailing and reading. Mr. Wentling prepares his schedule for the next day. -. Mr. Wentling reads the paper to keep up with current events. 1121 A Y-Q: S., . - - . .....f. 'Y' ! Mi Photography, hunting, and biking are hobbies of Mr. Paul Wentling. He obtained a B.A. in History from. King College and aM.Ed. from Temple University. He teaches World Cultures. 78 v-fr :VV ix .ii 1 I Mr. McComsey reads material for his environmental control class. Understanding our own people as well as those of other lands is broadened by our Social Studies department. Civics helps the freshmen to under- stand government on a local, state, and national levelg World Cultures increases the sophomores knowledge of lands around him,' American History reviews the past. Problems of Democracy furthers the study of obstacles faced by the people of the US. today. Mr. Oliver McComsey taught a semester of P.O.D. and elective Sociology while Mr. Scar- pignato was on leave. The latter was offered 3 periods per week. 2 Mr. Michael Scarpignato received a B.A. in History from Albright College and a M.Ed. from Temple. He teaches P. O.D. and Sociology. Mr. Samuel Schwartz graduated from Mansfield with a B.S. in Social Studies. He also received a M.Ed. from Kutztown. He teaches American History. In his spare time, Mr. Schwartz engages in hobbies such as biking, skiing, and tennis. --- --,-f-:v--if:7.v.3-.-in - .. . ul. J Teaching P. O.D. and Sociology, Mr. Oliver McComsey received a B.S. in Social Studies from Kutztown. Mr. M cComsqy enjoys reading, hunting and fishing in his free time. r"' 2-'pi Q QSM 1.-in:-2: , 155 s EC 21' L39 A . .4 tgfsm N A il ' - Sl ff - If 'I '. H" ,,,, ng., . gig' i."lflv J-2,351-.- W. 'x ggi glsifg' 3 ive' gif 'V UT .- F t . ..., . ,rl r Q-Lk t , .,,, rfgiefsg- Ml ?f?.:11J1.-1 .ffilini ,,.1.-.5i,L:5,. 1 5f:l'V FOREIGN LANG UA GES: F German is in ...I . . Miss Mary Ketner teaches German I, HL and N She re a B.S. in Secondary Education and a M.Ed. from Kut College. She enjoys crocheting and sewing. or o ' L , DIE PDSTKARTIEN 1 -E , A A ,ie W mc! -Q it Kiss as-.'g,"'-A S: Qi if ,5'l .xl , , its t is-me -A Mrs. Pearl Kline received a B.A. in Latin, English, German, and French from Ursinus and also a permanent certification in Social Studies from Kutztown State. She teaches German II and IV, Latin I and IL and advises DARDANIAN. .P !aii,5,':E,1g.: ceived our- Year Sequence "Eins, zwei, drei . . ." '24h, Bay Tsay . . ." by native speakers is recorded on tapes for use in the laboratory. Have you a pen-pal from a German- speaning country-a pai of your own age secured in grade 10? Have you read "Rottkappchen" in grade 11? Do you have your oral homework--a report of five minutes based upon a narrative, novelle, or essay? in grade 12--these queries summarize German instruction at THS. Give an English related word from laudo, habito, monstro, fcum laude, inhabitant, dem- onstratell Each word has the basic Latin root. Endings? They are necessary preliminaries to the cultural enjoyment of "Res Gestae", our Latin newspaper, the myths, and Caeser's victories that made Rome master of the Mediterranean world. 1 J F Zi'0l.UI'l . asp, it o 'rr I "' IQ Iwi Q dfxkiillfliliiii ' 5 .x 1 mix ,. J w I 'S-. X I ki 'L .f' L lxrkg i lx XG. W 5 'hu--I LN- ., ' I Pen-pals come from all German-speaking countries. Mrs. Kline teaches the fundamentals in German grammar. 80 BUSINESS EDUCATION: Seven Seniors Participate in Work-Experience Program Tulpehocken's work-experience program prepares the seniors for jobs upon graduation. Since businesses are booming, more secretaries are required each year. Filing, bookkeeping, and preparing payrolls, are several of the activities of the commercial department, not to neglect shorthand, that which Miss Chesonis is about to write on the blackboard. Of course, inherent are the principles of good English punctuation and spelling. Mrs. Guthrie aids sophomores in learning typing three times per week. Mrs. Leonora Guthrie received a B. S. from Susquehanna University in Business Education. She took graduate cours- es at Bloomsburg State and Bucknell University. 81 1 Miss Ann Chesonis teaches typing, shorthand, office practice, and filing. She graduated from Bloomsburg with a B. S. She enjoys dancing and sports. L1 Eugene Siegrist gets instructions from Mrs. Guthrie. swf . J ii-Fx: . 'W 315' if aiu. ' Q ra " n, -Q4 MW- E ii-ifbsx 542 L HOME ECONOMICS: H omemaking Department Emphasizes Consumer Education Emphasis on consumer education is timely, since the cost of living has taken and is taking an upward trend. Miss Linda Klinger taught a semester while Mrs. Blatt was on leave. Freshmen girls made an article of clothing according to their skill, senior girls in an elective course work on a project of their choice--afghans, wedding gown, quilt top, doilies, or needlework. Seniors may participate in the nation-wide Betty Crocker Home Economics test. Any stu- dent may participate in the Farm Women's Competition. Nursery school and culinary projects will be in operation in the spring. Miss Linda Klinger obtained a B.S. from Messiah College. She enjoys gourmet cooking, refinishing antiques, needlework, and music. - , Mrs. Emily Troutman graduated from Penn State with a B.S in Home Economics. Her hobbies are sewing, bridge and reading, L., Mrs. Beverly Blatt graduated from Mansfield with a B.S She teaches Home Economics and elective Home Ec. 82 ,X LIBRARYSCIENCE: Library Offers Varied Materials for the Curious Books have been described as the "windows of the world. " You may find yourself enthralled by the knights of the Middle Ages of you may be speculating about the year 2001. Besides books there are also magazines, reference books, film strips, records, and tapes to aid the teacher and students prepare for classes. Miss Himmelberger and Mrs. Hess, and library aides lend necessary assistance to the inquiring student. Miss H immelberger prepares for the bookfair. Miss Himmelberger explains library procedure to Richard Hayes. 83 fin .LIL Miss Susan Himrnelberger, our librarian, received a B.S. at Kutztown State. She enjoys crocheting, painting, and drying flowers. Ml: 4 2-As Lx LA. . 1 w 1 Pam Steffe examines the date on the magazine. .. ,, .11 y .. W- W, '9'fu..f! ,1 35" X in xg-'ggi' Jill' ' f -Kl- ,E ,U V -m. il:-L3 fs! 'ef -Fri Q34 -1-, W . '--L L Wil ,lu V, H tqlq.-'Il 3 Smf-.5 -1-,gf AGRICULTURE: Boys Learn New 'Techniques l l In this day of rising food prices and seeming shortages of food, good land management is the answer. New ideas, as Mr. Orendo points out, new farm machinery, and current farming practices are highlights of the agricultural program. LIFE Club and the boys from this department are currently busy building the outdoor lab on the school property. The boys provide the "know-how" and manpower, and the club members try to grasp the ideas. Exhibits at fairs and the Farm Show are prepar- ed in these classes or as part of the class projects. Boys from THS win many blue ribbons each year at Harris burg. Mr. Michael Orendo, Jr. teaches agriculture, farm mechanics, horticulture, forestry, and natural resources. He received a B.S. in Agriculture Education and Agronomy from Penn- sylvania State University. Among his hobbies are flying and ornamental plant production. fr W c ,XX v f . .ig . Mr. 'Orendo explains the techniques of planting to his Checking the halls is alsvaduty Of MT- Ofefldo- agriculture class. B4 INDUSTRIAL ARTS: Larry Groff Wins Honors at Indiana Arts Fair Each year Mr. Scheirer's industrial arts students participate in the Indiana Arts Fair program. Larry Groff has won first place dz third place in plastics and first place in Metal ffoundryj work- 3 prizes of the 5 articles entered. Besides metal work and plastics young people study graphic arts, wood, sanding, and electricity. A pupil needs individual attention as he learns to operate the power tools and machinery so that he may develop healthy attitudes toward manufactur- ing and toward the consurn er. Mr. Scheirer explains the lathe used for finishing and machining round metal objects. lx H- sex - i e 4' , X F Mr. William Scheirer graduated from Millersville with a B.S. and an M.Ed. in Industrial Education. Some of his hobbies are dog training and playing the guitar. 85 LQ W p. J 1 , e Q ,- , ,ll 1111 ,,,,..... Mr. Scheirer enjoys teaching his industrial arts classes. Mr, Scheirer examines a piece of woodwork. w 5 fi Lili ffl, I mmf: 141 It ,1f,?v, F-if '.5..Q. S: LiT2Q.'.i '11'jj'1'l,! PHYSICAL ED U CA TI ON : Physical Education Provides Individual and Team Work Golf archery, tennis-individual competitions, soccer, hockey, basketball, and gymnastics-team sports are part of underclassmen phys. ed. classes. Upperclassmen engage in the same activities, but there are now co-ed classes. Students enjoy games between boys only, girls only, and mixed groups. ...-1' 'x r -Q - Q, -' Mr. Carl Wolf obtained a B.S. in Health and Physical Educat- ion from West Chester. Some of his hobbies are bike riding, camping, and hiking. 5 TW '-f'5 111 1. w .-1'-filly" 1' N Al I--,llwxxlg ' 1 A,,.A.'.,.x3' my 1M , I-if 1 Q Mrs. Virginia Wolf teaches Physical Education and Health. She received a B.S. in Health and Physical Education from East Stroudsburg. Mrs. Wolf takes attendance. 86 Mr. Wolf enjoys eating ice cream after lunch. , DRIVER ED U CA TIUN: Instructor Must be Stern Mr. Price, Driver-Ed. instructor, must be stern and have a stomach hard as nails. To sit beside a permit driver when he puts the car in motion re- quires nerve. I t is here many a student for the first time, "drives" a car, Classroom instruction now is practical, for Mr. Price teaches good and defensive driving procedures which he hopes will become habits for the beginner. . v W L - -J .A-.aw - 734' vw, If . ,,., , . V' .V L , f 1 l w',. l,,.,. ll w . ,H HAY .11 ' J.. ' .,.., lui 305 ' Sports, listening to music, and cars are hobbies of Mr. Ronald Price, Driver Education teacher. He graduated from West Chester with a B. S. in Health, Physical Education, and Driver Education. 87 Mr. Price and Mr. Wolf eagerly await a good play by basketball players. '1 One driver returns, and Mr. Price awaits another. Mr. Price grades the papers from his tenth grade Driver Education classes. 'WN i-it .j UQ 1 'Qu - fit? : ,'L. gl .' 4 A411 MUSIC: Grade Nine Studies Musical Styles Music classes in grade 9 are state-required one v-Ll-! period per week. In these periods students study the musical styles from the early 1900's to the present. To present the materials Mr. Kremser 'Q ,ly Mr. Kremser accompanies Susan Ziegler and Louise Kline. uses sound filmstrips which just recently have been purchased for his use. Singing in the classes is minimal. Here pupils strengthen their apprec- iation of music and study organizations and artists I band and composersj. T--... .il Q Exx- XS Mr. Kremser directs the chorus in rehearsal. Mr. Harold Kremser teaches general music, band, and chorus. He received a B.S. in Music Education from Ithaca College. Mr' Kremser Clgans up the band mom, after rehearsal, ART: Many Opportunities Offered in Art Mrs. Carvell looks over the work of theelective art students. E1 -iv, , ' . f-- ,' ' l fi - f L 4 . .1 ze one 4, Q- 'H V- "' 4 fr' I - ,K L., 1 r q Q :.1f1b? lgwmvgj 1 l i ,A l iif--fre Q 1, 5 -f e---H rx:-,ji ' --' , VY 4 ,A 'p Oak' V HQ.-L -.fair K if s 'W 11 , V --.....,,,,..-Y- V I ,dr.,lq . .. V 'x - V- " .YPQVA -' '41 V 5'--- k , , .. .1. ,,. www' , .-,g,f.... ' : "Y 4 '. -sf, .-IL, .1 , .. . . , 1v:4"'.f "e ff! . ,. . 4 1 " - I -fm ' '-.5 -'9 r' vi" 'N - rl, 1 .uw Y .- A al i A l- 'a v' 'FFR gn:-3 . - ' .- f .. 3 with M ' l i t ' 4., M 7, . Q . e al.-- . n HL, ,- . .,-. ..., . , ,4 .. 4 1. - - - ,""f'?f",g .. . -' I K4 "rHff"":4L.2.- Elective art students create another showcase. Have you beauty in your soul? Can you make it concrete? Can you express this quality on paper? 9th grade pupils study techniques and styles of masterpieces and then they try their hand at many forms as well as modern art. Look at our dove, the symbol of peace and har- mony, on the divider pages of this book. An elect- ive art student produced it. Other pupils use different media of expressiong such as water colors, oil, even wood carving. 1 'i--1 J , - Fri. . '. Z-,-L . , ' -J , V ,, N I . ,., HV H , - Mrs. Grace Carvell received a B.A. in Art from Albright College. Among her hobbies are sewing, reading, sports, cooking, and grandchildren. F24 it O Mrs. Carvell gets caught in the act of putting things on the shelf ' 89 ',...x.' x FfL.1f"'u in x A'-l"3 -.f-.f'-fer i " if .:'es:Le1p-I' . 5. :5gnesq1f:?1 - - fe- rf :g:"f5r'.r' "fx aeQ3':pgQ. +Jm1-'. g,-.m.-j:5n - '--,...sPZ' " 5f1T3ZL?f? -1, sjfgmii . -r:,,7 . 1- .mi L. 'T' :i'.' ' 55232 T. ,:, fk5'l7f'fi? QI ,JLQP the Qi. ga vig? W1 X. yn :. , -M. -U C, I-1,7-ls.-..1, ,'. HEALTH: Say, '24h"! "Say '24h." What's the trouble? Lie down till we can reach your home. Where do you live? When have you been to the doctor last?" Such interro- gations occur frequently when new viruses, new I flu-bugs, new germs invade our student body and faculty. Mrs. Betty Orendo, Mrs. Irene Haag, nurses, and Doctor Peter T. Pugliese also keep l records of our immunizations and check-up for school reports. Mrs. Irene Haag, our school nurse, graduated from Hahnemann School ofNursing. ' y i Mrs. Haag answers a question concerning school forms. rf""' . ' 1" Dr. Pugliese looks over the records of an athlete whom he has A just examinedforsports' I Mrs. Betty Orendo received her R.N. from the Reading e Hospital. She also received a B.S. from Millersville State College. 90 CAFE TERIA : Students Await N ourishrnent and Relaxation .1 Mrs. Lucy Hoffert and Mrs. Erma Henne are mixing the dessert. 550 pupils anxiously await a nourishing, appetizing, and savory meal at two different lunch periods--the first at 10:45 and the second at 11:33. In a relaxedatmosphere in the cafeteria, pupils enjoya chat with their friends as they partake of the products of the tireless and efficient culinary staff who spend many afternoon and morning hours in preparing meals. . 1 Mrs. Erma Henne, Mrs. Helen Schlappich, Mrs. Mabel Schock, Mrs. Lucy Hoffert, Mrs. Pearl Schaeffer, Mrs. Dolly Bashore. Mrs. Pearl Schaeffer prepares a salad for lunch. 5 -a .,, .,,-Ziff-:gil - S. Mrs. Helen Schlappich prepares the menus. 91 - lx 's W s -' . .H . , u .vi . I C US TODIAN S: Castodians Carry Familiar Tools 523' X"x-.115 1 . , J 4- ,I A . M . NP ' .1 " .i fel 1 ' Q inf V ' i ' me 1,-' H11 ' .- U-'I -:e.i-, ' r , ' 11 y 1, l U 5 - if 1 Mmm 111 i -H ,A l . n 52,4 I., w ' "' ' L, EYE- L: V " fl Ir George Bashore is head custodian at THS. SWS 1 At 3:20 a dusting pan, a brush, a dusting mop, and a cart for waste paper are familiar objects carried by the custodial staff as they clean rooms and halls after 550 students leave for their homes, Mr. Brubacker carries with him during the day a sign "Keep Out, Being Cleaned" which he hangs on the entrances to the rooms of "YoungMen" and "Young Women" I in order to avoid embarrassing situationsj and yet, by the same token, carry on his work. -WA . Seated:Victor Brubacker, Dennis Buck. Standing: MV- Bidlel' begin-S his daily task- Jacob B icher, George Bashore. 92 B US DRIVERS: Students Mahe 360 Trips with Friends LHUULB A ' i ,.. ,Y -!,.L ,W Phyllis Stoudt waits for students to board the bus at 3:10. 97955 V W 75915-Y -vl X I ln jf 'Q 451 Mrs. Soliday looks relaxed as students leave the bus for the morning session. 93 Mr. Bashore relaxes as the last pupil leaves the bus. "Tulpehocken School Bus" on Sept. 4 as it rolled down Route 183 to pick up pupils at the bus stops introduced them to anoth- er 360 trips with friends and classmates. "Safety" is the keyword-come rain, sleet, snow, or sunshine. Bus drivers assume quite a responsibility when one has the lives of 40-66 viuacious students in his hands on the "defensive-driving" wheel. xg: Row 1: Mr. Elmer Bashore, Mr. Wayne Stoudt. Row 2: Mrs. Phyllis Stoudt, Mrs. Joan Mengel, Mr. Quentin Gettel, Mr. Calvin Zellers, Mrs. Rita Soliday, Mrs. Edith Ziegler, Mrs. Gertrude H enne. 6,93 f,i:1.:-q -A .AU -"1,'?s:. 1. -.yr Haas? .bg -1 ,.1.,.. xii 'ei Q-Pzslfesx. ji AJ. A-584 A "-9.13 -4- 1, '.- 9.7. Wu 'V .,-gen. :xy n,,.f. VO-TECH: Preparing for the Future H ere is where talents are expanded, and the experience need- ed for the world .of work is gained. In the twenty-nine different shop areas, at the broth centers, students can learn things like auto body repair, auto mechanics, cosmetology, data processing and printing. ,Here isthe place -that book learning is exchanged for actual working conditions for half a day. The other half is spent at TH S, getting the other courses needed 'for graduation. i , , 12 l t..,.zH.1. i W Start of another day at the West Center. Mr. Stackhouse is helping Ron in instrumentation. Mr. Buerkert is helping Irene set up a press 94 AA-nh. 1 ' ef' Meruin Sensenig and Larry Miller work on a project in electricity. di Scott Weller and Ricky Triest work on a car in auto body. an lx-"f Victor Brubaker and David Reed are puzzled by a circuit in electronics. N Sanding is a job of Rick Luckenbill and Scott Stoudt while Mr. Steubner watches. , , J . ,,'7XX ' ggi MAN at -mp l .' f ' A C 1 4 fn.. V 43. L Mrs. Psota and Sue Bare prepare to give Betty Hiester a dental examination. WC -:-E., 1-R52 Connie Wagner and Wendy Shank are tested by Mrs. Schaeffer on the computer. ,--7--fi, . 1 ,. ' M ::,4 y w l 'a , Nt" 'l ffm F- 1 -is Mr. Moore is helping Carol Moyer make lunch. Charles Koenig gets a lesson on a machine from Mr. Hill. Rick G course. erhart is using a machine in the machinist toolmaker X, 'L-Z: ...ggy .ia " Gary Shall, Ray Czartorynski, and David Staller work hard on a carpentry project. J 1 1 X nf Debbie Mays and Sharon Phillips get tips on manicuring from Ms. Ebling. Mr. Martin Bashore and Mrs. George Bashore are the Vo-Tech bus drivers. f I 1 ' hifi X Q I , -I. ' . H. .1 if I as Jeff Stamm, Eddy Bashore i T .1 " ' 'Q ' S . vs-., JN. fr ' 1 ' .3-x . , Q." M t J "p w of F ' " f' ' I a , 4 ,Q P 4-,gig . 5 1 , -f ,few 11-:fi 1 ' ' , F ,- .,v 1 V , and Gary Himmelberger work on a car in auto mechanics. Donald Goho and Jay Raihl are busy painting windows. Dale Bashore receives advice from Mr. Baker in carpentry. Donna Hoffert and Alice Shalters practice setting hair. s-7 XXX. . 1, -, Mr. Roth helps Carol Clay draw in communications media. Sally Reed is making a broadcast in communications media. 97 U . .3 F 3, - L9 l iv - . + MQ "Y ..J Linda Zimmerman tests Diana Schucker's blood as Mrs. Dunkelberger watches. Denise Keeney, Deb Royer, and Pat Baker help in the student store. Mr. Lendack is teaching Richard Burkey to sand. 'LIN' Donna Stamm and Jane Miller are keypunching in data processing. V James Kramer and Carl Miller work on a lawn mower in RodLebo and Barry Schlappich start a carpentry project. maintenance mechanics. 98 Qx Ron Lutz drills a locker as Mr. Eitnier watches in maintenance Dana Stoudt and Brian Althouse are working with a mach- ine in the machinist toolmaker course. mechanics. , .--Y F " .4 . . r cas., 5 5-:Lf -gre Ed Miller is helping Barry Fitzgerald and Richard Phillips work Mike McNally is preparing to build a wall in masonry. an engine. - I i ,.....,. V . Scott Wartluft's work is being checked by Mr. Davis in Mr. Evans is the West Center's principal. architectural drafting. 99 l 4 l gl wt t. ,ill Dean .Kirkhoff and Frank Watson work on a metal project in maintenance mechanics. David Zeller and Mr. Starr are repairing the auto engine. Mr. Butkus is showing Rick Moyer and Eric Snyder the correct way to weld. Gaye Jenkins and Gerald Miller work on a problem in architect- ural drafting. ,"l ..?l Mr. Bucks is helping Ryan Weidman with zz radio in electronics. EJ1 w-A Z . f V Qu., Connie Wagner points out the shops 'locations to Mr. Keefer. 100 Y .A. ,als Seniors: Row 1: Eddie Bashore, Ryan Weidman, Jay Raihl. Ricky Luckenbill. Row 2: Carol Moyer, Wendy Shank, Connie Wagner, Diana Schucker, Linda Zimmerman, Sharon Philli s Sue Bare. Row 3: Bar Schlappich, Jeff Stamm P 1 fy 1 David Staller, Scott Stoudt, Carol Clay, Gary Scholl, Irene X Gechter, Ron Lutz, Edward Miller. , Sophomores: Row 1: Barry Fitzgerald, Rick Burkey, Rick Phillips, Steve McNally, Victor Brubaker, Larrjy Miller. Row 2: Jane Miller, David Zeller, Larry Bowman, Dean Kirklwff. Rick Miller, Rick Triest, Ron Lutz, Gaye Jenkins, Dana Stoudt, Gerry Miller, Eric Snyder. 101 Juniors: Row 1: Ray Czartorjynski, Gary Himmelberger, Larry Heim, Brian Althouse. Row 2: Carl Miller, James Kram- er, Dale Bashore, M ervin Sensenig, Betty Hiester, Don- na Hoffert, Donna Stamm, Alice Shalters. Row 3: Don- ald Goho, Frank Watson, Rodney Lebo, Rick Gerhart, Mike McNally, Debbie Mays, Sally Reed, Scott Weller, Scott Wartluft, Chuck Koenig. .S A W. .QTY H rv ik :rf Fl' E I, .31 ug With the gathering of people comes the obvious dissension, - , , .. i '-T'1 'si but umty always trzumphs Ln the end. 1 -51 N' 4 1 5u'.m,f LN. f, -,,.. ,, 'SJVW 'vg' ,Y 5 ' f ' 1 th' us L ' -. JF? .,. 1 X ANN 1 W -if 'ff-r f .l Im' 1 e my Quays? . f , X 22' 5-':,5.m',1 2 G5 ,1'v' f , . 'T f f,,,'-J' 7. Developing an Outdoor Lab The members of the Life Club and their advisor, Mr. Ullrich, are working together with the FEA. in order to make an outdoor lab for ecological study. These workings are both educational and a help to our environment. Since these students may soon be our leaders of tomorrow, through the ecological education they are receiving, they will be closer to saving this world from disaster. Randy Bashore-vice-president, Tina Troutman-president, Sherry Groff-secretary, Chris Geering-treasurer, Mr. Ull- rich, advisor. .V i t ' I N . i 1 'Q' ' A fail . , , 1 U l l , ! 13"3'E2 l N - . . fig A g -1' I. 553' K . 7 ' f u .. ' 4 Ronald Hershey, Judy Beck, Tina Troutman, Ronald Geering, Sherry Groffl Lori Dottie Dietrich and Brenda Bender observe Kremser. Sitting: Pam Porter, Robin Swayer, Melody Gibble, Denise Brown, theoutdoor lab's plant life. Wendy Wenger, Brenda Burd. on Standing: Randy Bashore, Patt Pugliese, Cheryl Hetrick, Dottie Dietrich, Brenda Bender, Allen Rebman. Sitting: Aldo Melito, Iris Fox, Janet Rudy, Allyson Hunsicker, Chris Geering. 104 Doing Favors for the Less Fortunate This year the girls decided to form a home economics club instead of FHA. The name they gave themselves is "Chez-Nous". This means "Our Home". For the group through- out the year, they intend to cook, and do crafts. Doing favors for places like Hamburg State School and Hospital will make a suc- cessful and enjoyable year. Miss Klinger: Advisor, Gail Jenkins, secfy., Rosie Luckenbill, pres., Lori Kremser, treas., Sarah Brossman, vice-pres. '-21 Arlene Strause, Sarah Brossman, Lori Krernser, Doris Dietrich, Rose Stauffer, Susie Hess. -.. ,. if I . -', Wiki nf Gail Jenkins, Rosie Luckenbill, Gloria Orban, April Paris, Darlene Behney, Mary Walstrum. 105 TM -' 5313.31 .u be-M ,M .. - Q. H df 1' - 1 Lw 'L M 3' less-4 ,l YVSEN5' u. .Q .1 E?-it .-I 1,1 , .-jen! V-37'-'J. , Y ,m. 'L Representing the Student Body , S., . IT: 'r-M11 ROW 1: Cheryl Reinhart, Judy Olesh. ROW 2: Robert Swoyer, Denise Brown. ROW 3: Kim Brown, Kim Kauffman, Karen Deck. Student Council listens attentively. ffw"i7 Pam Steffe-pres., Sharon Gettel-vice pres., Jenny Roth sec,, Mr. Harner and Mr. Schwartz-advisors. Just as our country 's people are represented by the leaders, we have a representation also. This group, the student council, helps us in our requests for the improvement of the conditions in our school. They plan many activities to help boost the school spirit. To help them in their achievements are their advisorsg Mr. H arner and Mr. Schwartz. Keith Derr, Cheryl Gottfried, Sue Geering, Debbie Deck, CheryZHetrick, Lorie Kline, Mark Brossman. 106 'I I Helping Students Find the Right Books v.-X4 I 2: V' . xg! 1 Row 1: Kandy Graff Barbara Brush, Diane DeLong, Carol Wanner, Sherry Graff Lori Kremser, Frank Brown, Arlene Strauss. Row 2: Doris Dietrich, Gloria Orban, Darlene Behney, June Edrils, Jere Bashore, David Zimmerman. Checking books in and out, decorating the bul- letin boards, and showcase, and replacing the books and magazines in their proper places are just a few of the duties of the Library Club mem- bers. Advised by Miss Himmelberger, each club member is assigned to work in the library during one of his studies. Miss Himrnelberger and her assistants work in the library to help the students and the faculty in any way they can. D111-in Pres.-Darlene Behney, Miss Himmelberger, vice-pres.-Doris Dietrich, sec y -Diane DeLong, treas. -Barbara Brush. I 2 , I N.. . , . 'f ,MAN l 4 VH 7'-4, Row 1: Crystal Nicholson, Nancy Peiffer, Susan Doherty, Karen Heffner. Row 2: Lydia Weik, Esther Allgyer, Jill Walker, Karen Behney, Cindy Eisenhardt, Elizabeth Hayes, Debbie Bashore. Row 3: Linda Althouse, Kim Kauffman, LeeAnn Wea- therholtz, April Paris, John Eisenhart. Row 4: Pam Steffe, Laurie Roberts, Kathy Doyle, Darlene Cummings, Gwen Greim, Dina Davis. .--'J ifrii M5251 - .-.-. A - -11" lffg ,, , .,, .fn f is -if 4, f .i L. Ur- l' rf' , ,-' SKI' sig?-ig lia r' iw?-Hr, va DA RDANIAN: Staff Creates Unique Annual Mildred Kline, Wanda Wagner, co-editorsg Mrs. Kline, Mr. Hoffman, advisors. Darlene Behney and Sandy Ney work on layout designs. New and exciting ideas have been incorporated into this year's volume of the DARDANIAN for the purpose of creating a unique yearbook. Mrs. Pearl Kline and Mr. Sterling Hoffman, advisors, and co- editors, Wanda Wagner and Mildred Kline, have been working since April thru summer, and on to February, 1974. W. While working on picture positions, Gail Jenkins QQ Doris Die- trich take time out for a picture. . ,I Linda Zimmerman, Susan Bare, and Connie Wagner decide which picture to use. Cindy Neuin, and Iris Fox decide what size to make a picture using a cropper. grf ' rg..-?.l iii 33.3 . e- Xt Franklin Brown, Brenda Bender, Patty Scheirer, and Cheryl H etrick plan a design for the organization section. 41 Gail Jenkins and Linda Zimmerman copy their work onto 3-R sheets. Debbie Graefji Randy Bashore, Sharon Gettel, and Kay Rep- pert write copy for the sports section. 4 . Z . v anizatio Org Competing in Local Row 1: Mike Robinson, Luke Krill. Row 2: Donald Himmel- berger, Jim Felty, Craig Grumbine, Scott Lutz, Gary Wenger, Richard Hershey. Row 3: Lester Hartranft, Ron Ulrich, Bob Donkel, Dave Sholl, Larry Daub, Loron Moyer, Stanley Her- shey, Nick Sattazahn. FFA is very busy this year with their many pro- jects, especially, selling oranges to buy a tractor. The club 's major activities are the following, su- pervised agricultural occupations, experiences in cooperation, community service, leadership, earn- ings, savings, and investments, conducting meet- ings, scholarships, recreation, and participation. The club is also always entering local and state contests and is very proud of its activities and achievements. Dale Swope and John Brown. ,X Keith Wenrich, George Carles, Randy Batz, Bill Brightbill, MikeAllgyer, Larry Ulrich, Clair Zimmerman, Mike Woolf. and State Contests -I 'YZ'-' A. 3.1 ' wx AA Keith Derr, Stanley Lempergel, Kerry Scanlan, John Mindy, Jay Gutshall, Clair Miller, Richard Hoffman, Ronald Boltz, Thomas Bichsler, Charles Woolf George Moyer. Elf jj. UQ" Vifiii' A l':ff. . A' 144 el D b ' 'd nt, John Brown-president, Thomas Kleinfelter-reporter, Jim Olesh-chaplain, Dane Rudy-treasurer, Kevin au -vice-presz e Mr. Orendo-advisor. 111 X I , x xx sw Striving for Very High Goals Excellent scholastic achievments and academic standings are required to be a member of the National Honor Society. This year there are 14 members in the club, consisting of only juniors and seniors. It is a great honor to be a member of this club. It challenges everyone to do his best in achieving outstanding scholastic performance. Kevin McCarthy and John Stoltz are laboring over their tough assig nment in the library. ..l, X g rx u.3Lr.H' ' JQLJL, I Sitting: Renee Wenger, Mildred Kline. Standing: Terry Kilousky, Kevin McCarthy, Sharon Gettel, Gerald Bashore, Iris Fox, Aldo M elito, Donna Kulbitsky, Ronald Zimmerman, Janet Rudy, Bruce Boltz, Wanda Wagner, John Stoltz. 112 Filling Red Cross Boxes Linda Zimmerman, Susan Bare, Carol Wanner, Miriam Zimmerman, Linda Alt- house, Babbette Tiger, Carol Moyer. FNA has as a main objective the making of Christmas gifts for the Red Cross. Other activities include a field trip to the Thompson Institute in Reading and having guest speakers attend their meet- ings. One guest speaker, a nurse from the Allentown hospital, showed slides and spoke to the students about the opportunities in nursing. 4- 1 w '-iq' Mrs. Orendo, Miriam Zimmerman, Linda Zimmerman, Susan Bare, Mrs. Haag, officers and advisors of FNA. Gaining Teaching Experience , ,cn U , ' , 5.L,m'fr' . it ' , ...tgp ee: , , , ivelth 1. V. X zz ! - ' ' 'Q r or - 4 A u . T jg. Q . 4 51? ' E., . 31 s Q . . ie i 5 31 - Q .. .fig , . '1. itz-, 4 . .V ,-x. .- f ,Q R ., -- I , fl- Www ,, . ee A T Mr. Wolf, Scot Brown, Drew Showers, Frank Zimmerman, Allen Rebman, Eddie Bickel, Jeff Dietrich, Ron Zimmerman, Greg Ziegler, Bill Boyd. 113 Advised by Mr. Wolf our gym leaders gain experience in teaching and instructing physical education activities. Any eleventh or twelfth grade boy is eligible to participate in this rewarding experience. The assistant gym leaders gain know- ledgeable background of physical education for a possible future career. . .,. n, I" iwmgfg 5599? U Building Skills for the Future -QL?"-Sli Seated: Lauren Clark, Noreen Frantz, Alice Emerich. Standing: Lisa Dubbs, Denisz Freed, Brenda Daubenspeck, Melanie Stamn, Shawn Royer, Dolores Knab . . . 'Q ' fl. .ERICA 1 ffm w 4-- M 'u 6 X is ' N 5 ' Y "mil l A I f 'l . H2 'A Q T1 . . . - If QS Noreen Frantz, April Brungart, sec., Kandy Graff pres.,' Mrs. Guthrie, Lila Reber, vice-pres., Donna Kulbitsky, treas.,' Melanie Stamn, historian. F ammo 3:-:A - su 5 V 1. I , ll. 2 I , f ifnfgz, 3 The FBLA, advised by Mrs. Leon ora Guthrie, has picked officers to serve this year's term. Holding the office of president is Kandy Groffg vice-president, Lila Reberg secretary, April Brungart, treasurer, Donna Kulbitskyg reporter, Norene Frantz, and historian, Melanie Stamm. The main prupose of FBLA is to build the skills of the students for a future in the business world. The members work in the school office, run the student store, and type for the yearbook and newspaper. Seated: Tina Hower, Barbara Brushg Row 2: Dawn Weatherholtz, Sherry Graeff Heidi Peffleyg Row 3: Debra Yordy, Sandy Raezer, Diane Puccio. Wy, Seated: Sandy Wenger, Donna Schlappich, June Edris, Standing: Debra Ernerich, David Patrick, Kandy Graff April Brungart, Donna Kulbitsky, Larry Lutz, Lila Reber. Thanking Those Who Buy QQLWX gil!!! UL- . . rx U 11 LT U,,"' D n U Pnwinxmn DH U 5',':ncF ng 13 U in 51 n U U nu n n u F nn A, qlrrnixnnl Miss Chesonis-advisor, Kandy Groff1 Larry Lutz, April Brungart, Schlappich-manager. , With the help of Miss Chesonis and her two "side- kicks, " Donna Schlappich and Sandy Wenger, the stu- dent store is running very efficiently. All of the students in 12-4 are taking turns working in the student store. This year the student store has a new item for sale, "Guide to Writing a Term Paper. " The Student Store sold buttons for the soccer team and is selling buttons for the basketball team. They still have all the regular items for sale, too. The student store is grateful to those who buy their necesssary school items from them. x N . X Donna Kulbitsky, Sandy Wenger-assistant manager, Donna Sandy Wenger is filing away information for the student store. N. ' 1 X David Patrick, Debra Emerich, Lila Reber, June Edris, in the store. 115 UQ Cl Y94 Q Sf U40 Q, Learning the Use of Audio-Visual Equipment. Obtaining and operating properly the projects for classroom use is the pur- pose of this club. Under the direction of Mr. Orendo, these people are very help- ful because films in the classroom have become an important part in teaching and learning. Standing: Dean Kirkhofli Doug Staller, Taylor Pierson, Billy Foreman, Wendy Wenger, Gwen Greim, Dane Rudy, Tim Hauser, Doug Fornwalt. '-tang... Brenda Bender, Darlene Behney, Lauren Clark, Denise Freed, Pam Keeney, Doris Dietrich, Bill Gettel, Scott Leonard, Randy Bashore, Dottie Dietrich, John Frantz, Dale Stump. oh QS' Kevin Daub, chairman, Mr. Orendo, John Brown, vice chairman. Standing: Kevin Reed, Jill Younker, Cindy Flannery, Vickie Rissinger, Richard Hershey. Kneeling: Gary Wenger, Kris Kremser, Tim Porter. 116 Controlling Operations behind the Scenes George Carles, Ted Graeff Kris Kremser, Becky Balthaser, Shawn Greenwood, Taylor Pierson Operating the stage behind the scene is the task of the stage crew. Under the direction of Mr. Kremser, these club members control the lighting effects, curtains, and sound effects during school assemblies and other school-related activities that take place in the auditorium. Melody Gibble, Becky Balthaser P . , 1 1 N 1 I W 1 I 3 I 1 I ' X Garjy Triviets, Bill Gettel, Allen Rebman, Curtis Bender 117 Serving the Community V.I.C.A. stands for Vocational Industrial Clubs of America. This club is for all Vo- Tech students. Its goal is to help the commu- nities served by the Vo-Tech school. Some of the activities they participate in include parties for Hamburg State School and Hos- pital, Christmas baskets for the needy, and visits to the Berks H eim at Christmas. Sophomores-Standing: Barry Fitzgerald, Dean Kirkhoffl Gaye Jenkins, Ricky Triest, Gerald Miller. Sitting: Richard Burkey, Dana Stoudt, Larry Miller. Juniors-Row 1: Gary Himmelberger, Larry Heim, Brian Althouse. Row 2: Dale Bashore, Mervin Sen- sening, Betty Hiester, Donna Hoffert, Donna Stamm, Alice Shalters. Row 3: Frank Watson, Donald Goho, Ricky Gerhart, Debbie Mays, Sallie Reed, Scott Wartluft, Charlie Koenig, Rodney Lebo. 118 5,3EQ::4,,, 1, A, -Q , . 74M , Y Seniors-Sitting: Jeff Stamn, Eddie Bashore, Ryan Weidman, Jay Raihl, Ricky Luckenbill. Row 2: Carol Moyer, Carol Clay, Sharon Phillips, Diane Shucker, Connie Wagner, Irene Gechter. Row 3: Barry Schlappich, Linda Zimmerman, Wendy Shank, Susan Bare, Ron Lutz, Dave Staller. Marketing Part of Consumer Education Deca actually means Distributiue Education Club ofAmerica. This club is open only to the members of Vo-Tech who are taking the course marketing and merchandising. Denise Keeney, and Pattie Baker, and Debbie Royer are three girls who are in the club this year. Denise Keeney, Debbie Royer, Pattie Baker are taking inventory 119 Studying Many Religions Directed by Mr. Wentling, the members of the Religion Club discuss different religions and philo- sophies. They discuss and compare the teachings of other religions with the Bible and their own opinions. The club visits churches of different faiths and listens to speakers who give testimonials of their religion. Wanda Wagner, Renee Wenger, Daryl Rainbow, Donna Leiby, Susan Bare. Mr. Wentling, Debbie Graeff vice-pres.-Renee Wenger, sec.-treas.-Terry Kilousky-pres. 'X "NA-.. Terry Kilousky, Rose Miller, Laurie Roberts, Esther Allgyer, Dina Davis, Debbie Graeff 120 Subscribing to School Newspaper Possible The editor, Patt Pugliese, the ad- visors, Mr. Hepner, Mr. Feaser, and Mrs. Guthrie, along with all club members are editing many different and unusual stories. For the first time in the history of Tulpehocken, one may become a subscriber to the Iliad. Have you seen the new face of the paper? Subscribe and read the news of your school. P xx l Patt Pugliese, co-editor: Mrs, Guthrie, Donna Schlappich, Mr. Feaser, Mr. H epner, Sandra Wenger. QQQ 1 ' A ' 1'-A .- ...I-ij , i Y W, ..,+ 'Yv--45 ' ' - v , A Y .144-.1 1"-is' , 7,7 4 U 1': ""Z" . 'T 'i-5'1" .-if A ' ' f . g-- ..... ,, , e W . Q W ." "N ' ' f un i - '- ,6 1, ...... ' I, 's' 1' ' ' 'v i ' . '-' ' lr . . , l' ?i, . - 1 . ' ' ,,-4, ru il., W- A, ,T N . Judy seek, susan Pugziese, Kathy Kender- L' dme' Bill Gettel' Linda F ox, Jean Ziegler, Sharon Gettel, Randy Bashore, Ron Hershey. i Melody Gibble, Robin Swoyer, Denise Brown, Allyson Hunsicker, Chris Geering, Janet Shawn'Greenwood, Terry Kilousky. Rudy, Iris Fax. 121 Hg:- LN' "Qi 1 " .-:Mi ..2.g ?J,. ., ,,,,.. 9 6-4, I H! J -A--W g :mga fy., A. I ,k 51 I A . HES! mm.. -4 . ill-Lv 4152 UT! :iid "" iifiia mj,',,, gym Wishing for Snow Under the direction of Mr. Schwartz and Mr. Ullrich, the ski club is hoping for more snow this year than last year. The place they will do most of their skiing is in Bernuille, at the beautiful Heid- elberg Country Club. Todd Showers-oice president, Chris Geering-president, Mr. Schwartz, and Mr. Ullrich-advisors. KNEELLNG: Brenda Burd, Brenda Daubenspeck. ROW 2: Mr. Ullrich, Anne Reifsnyder, Michele Meredith, Gail McCarthy, Jane Luckenbill, Holly Troutman, Jan Eisenbrown, Sue Geering, Becky Balthaser, Lisa Dubbs, Noreen Stoudt, Mr. Schwartz. ROW 3: Todd Showers, Bill May, Shawn Greenwood, Ron Geering, Patt Pugliese. Row 4: Sue Zerbe, Debbie Barnett, Melanie Stamm, Jill Rosenfeld. 122 I in L X' H ostessing Auditorium Programs Eight girls have been chosen this year from the senior class to serve as school hostesses. Chosen on the basis of their scholastic achievements, these girls serve as ushers for assemblies, class plays, and band concerts. Brenda Schlappich, Mildred Kline, Terry Kilousky, Kay Rep- pert, , 1 I X : all 'I fl ' 9 7-' li ' l ' im , -sf. x l D '. 'i ff-my A N' l 'Y ww 'ul 1 I v ,' .Y 'I i ,V :Sli l N Renee Wenger, Sharon Gettel, Terry Kilousky, Dolores Fox. Kay Reppert, Mildred Kline, Brenda Schlappich, Cindy Neuin. 1 23 w -,w v 9 . I1 . . Karate Regaining Popularity Karate club is regaining popularity! After suffering through a year of poor attendance last year, due to the shift of classes from Wednesday sixth period to Wednesday after school, the Karate Club has boosted its membership. Many freshmen are taking advan- tage of the talent of our resident black- belt advisor, Mr. Ullrich. The club also boasts of two members who are rated the next of 2nd degree, brown belt, Kev- in McCarthy and Mr. Winter. Kneeling: Kris Kremser, Susie Clay, Kim Kauffman, Kim Leiby, Cindy Flannery, Roger Yiengst. Standing: Jill Younker, Becky Balthaser,Kevin McCarthy, Chuck Fomwalt, Mr. Winter, Rodney Keeney, Kerry Scanlan, Tim Porter, John Stoltz, Bill Merrell, David Zimmerman, Dale Ketner, Randy Bashore. Kevin McCa,thy is handling M,' Winter. Mr. Ullrich is showing Kerry Scanlan how to use the Nuncha- kus. Kneeling: Randa Shalters, Kay Shock, Sue Geering, Wendy Wenger, Pam Porter, Donna Boyer. Standing: Elaine Stoudt, Dina Davis, Ruth Olesh, Linda Brightbill, Lucinda Napp, John Eisenhardt, Darlene Bas- hore, Richard Orban, Cathy Waldron, Darlene Cummings, Gloria Orban, Sherwood Gassert. 124 nf gfmff 7" L'-.N W, , p if XA! If y J I N' 1 -a v 0 xasu kde? -.P f Y 'ia' -fi ,. , , 'v'- . Soprano i , n Row 1: Pam Steffe, Sherry Graff Barbara Brush, Darlene Behney, Donna Leiby. Row 2: Anne Reifsnyder, Gloria Orban, Lila Reber, June Edris. Row 3: Jean Ziegler, Sheila Snyder, Cindy Nevin, Sharon Gettel. Row 4: Brenda Schlappich, Kay Reppert, Mildred Kline, Brenda Miller, Denise Freed. Row 5: Wanda Wagner, Chris Geering, Kathy Lash, Lisa Mengel, Lauren Clark. Bass and Tenor D I if Row 1: Jere Bashore, Curt Bender. Row 2: David Pat- rick, Allen Rebman, Bruce Boltz. Row 3: Steve Billman, Daryl Rainbow, Gary Triviets. Row 4: Marlin Behler, Randy Bashore, Ron Geering, Alto l . . -.1 3 L- 1 A 4 1 ' , ,:- ,.. ,- 1 .. ,J ' if .. .N 1 . ,,.,x ,V r 1 ' V4 l 1. -.5 .lc 2. 2 A2 , . f QL f Y 1 'li 59.5 L r , ! 1 ' :Wiki " L A A v . 'fl' A 1 rx 5: J, ' f r, 1,1-I -. N - . .,f,. . , :'l1 '--1 1' I 1 , . I' ', '5..,,v,,,gj-r -1- I Accompanists: Mildred Kline, Lori Kremser, Carolyn Hess, Renee Wenger, Anne Reifsnyder. .X 1 Row 1: Brenda Bender, Carolyn Hess, Jane Luckenbill, Debbie Yordy. Row 2: Renee Wenger, Irene Kline, Lori Kline, Dolores Fox. Row 3: Sharon Sherk, Iris Fox, Brenda Miller, Linda Fox, Lori Kremser. Row 4: Mary Porto, Debbie Graaff Terry Kilousky, Tina Troutman, Dawn Weatherholtz. Row 5: Cheryl H etrick, Janet Rudy, Allyson H unsicker, Dottie Dietrich, Patt Pugliese. SENIOR CHORUS Allen Rebman vice president Ron Gearing-librarian, Bruce Boltz-president, Janet Rudy secretary Randy Bashore librarian, Mr. Kremser-director. 127 Senior chorus, composed of students in grades 11 and 12, sing numbers divided into SATB-sop- rano, alto, tenor, and bass parts. Sixteen seniors, who are also members of the senior chorus, are known as Sedecim. They are ac- companied by Mildred Kline and are featured at a Christmas pro- gram at the Heidelberg Country Club and the talent show. In the spring and the Christmas concerts, the group sings special numbers. Row 1: Sherril Klahold, Jodie Ziegler, Wendy Kline, Laurie Roberts. L , . -N ff. 'V :A-'-,iN hmm, :gh-I ' at-lt-v': , ,",V" li Row 2: Darlene Bashore, Meg Harrison, Cathy Waldron, Donna Boyer. Row 3: Marcia Rebman, Sharon Leisey, Candy Kissling, Roxanna Beltz. Row 4: Tammy Leonard, Louise Kline, Dorothy Hess, Row 1: Clair Siegrist, Daniel Meyer. Row 2: Kris Kremser, Gene Siegrist. Row 3: Robert Swoyer. Cindy Flannery. Row 5: Sue Pugliese, Jan Eisenbrown, Holly Trout- man, Randa Shalters. Parades for the band, Christmas and spring concerts for the choruses and the band are specific functions of the vocal and instrumental groups of the music department. Jr. chorus is composed of students in grades 9 and 10. Pupils sing selec- tions divided into soprano, alto, and baritone parts fSABj. Numbers sung jointly at the Christ- mas program were "Gloria", "Halle- lujah Chorus", and the traditional "Cathedral Bells ". Row 1: Corinne Stoudt, Wendy Wenger, Becky Balthaser, Karen Behney, Vicki Rissinger. Row 2: Wendy Davis, Maggie Freeman, Debbie Stump, Jill Yonker, Kay Schock. Row 3: Pam Porter, Judy Beck, Brenda Burd, Sue Clay, Jill Eisenbrown. Row 4: Gail Oberly, Kathy Kenderdine, Michele Meredith, Kathy Moyer, Denise Brown. Row 5: Melody Gibble, Wanda Goss, Cindy Eisenhardt, Linda Althouse, Allison Watts. Pill Junior Chorus ' 1 J "- ""1'b"f4 A 4 1' ' Y l it I I :If , N' . .. vii. it ' EQ ' A. r 0 Vx o ,f r R, A' fi SJ xnxx -N N .X ' ' "W, 'a , 2 1 r 35 ' Accompanists: Candace Kissling, Daniel Meyer, Jan Eisenbrown, Dorothy Hess Band Sections And Officers l Percussion: Gwen Greim, Michael Rollman, Ted Graeff Eric Bross, Stephanie Balthaser, Susan Doherty. 1 We , , Mildred Kline, sec.g Mr. Kremser, directory Keuin Trombones and French Horn: Candace Kissling, Anne Reifsnyder, McCarthy, vice pres.g Kay Reppert, pres. Donna Boyer, Curt Bender, Lee Cocks, Kris Kremser. Saxophones: Brenda Bender, Karl Manrodt, Richard Hayes, Jill Younker, Denise Brown, Wanda Goss, Dottie Dietrich, Pam Keeney, Jodie Ziegler. Band Sections Flute-Row 1: Brenda Burd, Kay Reppert, Louise Kline, Jill Eisenbrown. Row 2: Sue Ziegler, Lisa Mengel. Row 3: Gail Oberly, Becky Balthaser. Trumpet-Row 1: David Patrick, David Degler, George Carles, Daryl Rainbow, Richard Orban. Row 2: Kevin Kline, Rodney Keeney. Row 3: Bruce Boltz, Allen Rebman, Daniel Meyer, Kevin McCarthy. rigvgnkkg..-.. Clarinet-Row 1: Donna Leiby, Tammy Leonard, Sue Clay, Debbie Yordy, Pam Porter, Cathy Waldron, Lori Kremser, Donna Hoffman. Row 2: Jenny Roth, Stacy Gay, Mildred Kline, Eliza- beth Hayes, Marcia Rebman, Kim Brown. M ajorettes And Flag Twirlers f- 3.3-, ,, j i L., 5-5221 eil' F X' .6I,I, - Kneeling: April Brungart. Standing: Sherry Graff Pam Steffe, Donna Schlappich., Patt Pugliese, Valerie Shepler, Vicki Rissinger, Sharon Leisey. Kneeling: Brenda Daubenspeck, Mary Porto, Dolores Knob b. Standing: Brenda Miller, Tina Troutman, Shawn Royer. Color Guard And Sedecim 1- aa I I Sheila Snyder, Terry Kilousky, Janet Rudy, Cheryl Hetrick, Noreen Stoudt, Sherry Graeffi Debbie Barnett, Chris Geering, Kathy Wealand. y - - - 5' i Row 1: Kay Reppert, Brenda Schlappich, Darlene Behney, Mildred Kline. 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Af,:'1,,g1-5-A-:Qi ' '- 4,31-. vi , . 3. .b , I jufqjai V 'A l 51 9 F f' I 1. gm .,, X- hw aaa -5, 5,48 fi-! '?551f " '1 1 Trojans Are Berks County A - 1. ln Seated Gary Hirnmelberger Greg Ziegler Scot Brown Allen Rebman, Jeff H ehnly, Jeff Stamrn. Kneeling: Ron Zim- merman Kezth Keeney Kevin Daub Kevin Kline Rod Lebo, Dale Stump, Randy Kissling, Tom Balthaser. Standing: Larry Bowman Randy Bashore Bill Gettel Tim Bordner, Kevin McCarthy, Taylor Pierson, John Stoltz, Fred Daugherty After a slow start and an early loss to Conrad Weiser, the team came back in a true winning style with a ten game winning streak and a total of eight shutouts over the season. Our Trojans clinched our division with a 2-0 victory over Conrad Weiser, and a 2-0 win against Twin Valley gave Tulpehocken its first county soccer championship in seven years. In District play-offs our "boys in blue" beat Pequea Valley 6-3 but then lost to Northeastern of York in a very close, hard-fought 1-0 game in the District's semi-finals. The DARDANIAN staff congratulates Rod Lebo in making the Referees' and Coaches' All-Star Teamg Scot Brown, Jeff Stamm, Allen Rebman, and Rod Lebo for making the Western Division All-Star Team. Special congratulations to Scot Brown for making the Pennsylvania Soccer Coaches' Association All-Star Team. Soccer Champs Linemen: Ron Zimmerman, Randy Bashore, Jeff Stamm, Gary Hirnmelberger, Greg Ziegler, Jeff H ehnly, Tom Balthaser, Keith Keeney, Kevin Daub. Halfbacks: Rodney Lebo, Randy Kissling, Larry Bowman, Fred Daugherty, Taylor Pierson. Scores THS Opponent 2 Wilson 0 0 Elco 2 0 Norlebco 1 0 Conrad Weiser 4 4 Reading 1 2 Hamburg 2 1 Twin Bailey 0 1 Kutztown 0 131 1 Brandywine 0 Goaliesz Tim Bordner, Kevin Kline. Fullbacksz Dale Stump, John Stoltz, Allen Rebman, Scot Brown, Bill Gettel, Kevin McCarthy. THS Opponent 1 Fleetwood 0 3 Oley 2 2 M t. Penn 0 4 Wilson 2 1 Conrad Weiser 0 4 Reading 0 2 Hamburg 0 ka , ,, - 5 QE Q. '- e af. 59 . .4-Y 4 A Nb SJ' '7i?lf'31iW 1 Seated: Jeff Kennedy, Alan Bowman, Rodney Keeney, Doug Wagner, Curt Larah. Kneeling: Roger Yiengst, David Davis, Daryl Himrnelberger, Vaughn Saunders, Cliff Beidler, Mark Fansler. Stand- ing: Eric Snyder, Gerald Miller, Drew Zimmerman, Pat Downs, Doug Staller, Rick Hoffman. Mr. Wolf gives the boys asistance in solving a problem. Managers: Gary Triviets, Bill Angstadt, Curt Bender. ll Mr. Wentling gives Bill and Mike suggestions. THS 2 2 2 1 0 1 0 2 1 4 1 0 Scores Wilson Reading Hamburg Twin Valley Kutztown Brandywine Fleetwood Oley Mt. Penn Wilson Reading Hamburg Opponent 1 1 0 0 0 1 ,0 1 0 1 0 0 Cross Country Adds to Fall Sports Cross country has been added to the list of inter- scholastic sports at THS. Since it is the team's first year, members couldn't actively compete in any of the leagues. There were a number of scrimmages. The high point was at the Norlebco meet when our "boys in blue" beat Norlebco by a score of 23 to 32. Ron Hershey 's first, Mike Waldron's third, Jerry Brightbill's fourth, and Scott Leonard 's fifth made this accomplishment possible. Ron Hershey holds the record for the 2.8 mile course at 15 minutes 45 seconds. The team is anxiously awaiting next year's season when they will be in a league. Furl Co-Captains: Ron Hershey, Mike Waldron, Score-Keepers: Terry ilousky, Pam Steffe. Coach: Mr. Hepner. 133 ,- X Row 1: Lee Cocks, Billy Foreman. Row 2: Mike Waldron Ron Hershey, Jerry Brightbill. Row 3: Richard Dietrich Lance Him mel berger, Scott Leonard. . Scott warms up before a meet Four Forward Line: Kay Reppert, Lorie Kline, Suzie Zerbe, Sharon Gettel, Brenda Miller. Half Backs: Doris Dietrich, Jenny Roth, Cindy Neuin, Susie Ziegler. Managers: Debbie Graeff Allison Watts, Iris Fox. re- r A' Fullbacks: Pam Keeney, Diane Delong. Goalie: Janet Rudy. Scoops, flicks, reverse sticks, and drives are just four of the many skills used by the 1973 girls' hockey team. Many of their skills were learned and worked on during the summer practices which started the week before school opened. This year's team was very young with only four starters returning. Despite this fact they strove for improvement. The Varsity record for 1973 was 2 wins, 8 loses, and 2 ties. Juniors, Lorie Kline and Sue Zerbe, were high scorersg each had four goals. The JV. record was 2 wins, 6 loses, and 4 ties. High scorer was Kim Brown with 2 goals. Starters Return ,gn gs. ,dniuy C... Seated: Donna Hoffman, Kim Brown, Vicki Rissinger, Stacy Gay, Wendi Kline, Sue Dougherty. Kneeling: Tina DeLong, Cindy Fisher, Sharon Leisey, Marcia Rebman, Michele Meredith, Candice Kissling, Tammy Leonhard. Standing: Margaret Freeman, Corrine Stoudt, Jean Ziegler, Louise Kline, Wanda Goss, Denise Brown, Brenda Burd, Gail Oberly, Donna Balthaser. Kay Reppert, Mrs. WOlf Sharon Gettel, Coach 8: Co-captains. Mrs. Wolf gives team pep talk at half-time. '- The inspired team is ready to go. F 2 . , , -, W l'?5'1Ys- , , rw M V Inq R 1 - ai i" lil gi l .2 2 ITE ........... Only Two Starters Return .I 1 ,gs f- . fl.. 1' . J . A F .1 L l . I. 3 -- , 1 Ia , r' -5' -2, . -R1 1 K.g.,'t" '1 I ' .' V ,j.f.-jrff-' n V I ,' 4.... 5-' wr . 5 - - Lx 634' .gglgi4-- ' rf 4 -cz.--:.a,? ' , :I-.-'... ' ' ., 0 'H r , AI J. v wmv -I , 5A - 'ga-at V 1 - -' ' 1 'r , , . . , 1 I gf: '-'TIL' V . 'T M3 12-154-Qyg-gal- ' S ... , ,QQ 4 -g 'wif . 'L . . ,w ' 1315! C3-55" il. ' " ,h - ' VL? s fl iw.-, . ' - - W ' 5' 515l'i' 1 , ' J '!Qf",i3 !7"E'il: -":1i'-1 1 . . 111-lt,-,-.i',f?1yv'-aa.-. wif ."'.r-' ', -x'2x:a-.1-V-V I':?:sf.3:-mfr:-hermit .. keyswit- lg4'gg: ff- M" vw -g ...fgvf Wwgv ....-vi-gag ,Q -15: .mf ,E-. H-S034 5.71: ,,., " ' fri- ,fin . S Ei-'Sf' -1- Fc'1HC?21"LS'-3'- J VJQZQE' iE.fL:5..g-.1113 f'i1l. '1gf:vs Ron Zimmerman Elman Frantz Despite the work of the new coach, Mr. Ullrich, the boys had a dismal season. The team was young and inexperienced. Only two starters were back from last year,' newcomers filled the other three slots. The young team, however, engaged in the county tournament. Next year the squad will have more ex- perience, and bigger and better things should happen. Delmas Keeney x ,-1.-. , ----3-A-V Daryl Rainbow Steven Gibble 136 iw f A . 4 -' Standing: Glenn Leiby, Drew Showers, Daryl Rainbow, Shawn Greenwood, Steven Gibble, Ted Graeff. Kneeling: Richard DeGroat, Ron Zimmerman, Elman Frantz, Kerry Scanlan, Delmas Keeney. Tennis Tulpehocken 2 Kutztown 2 Palmyra 2 Wilson 1 Muhlenberg 0 Gov. Mifflin 2 Reading 0 Wyomissing 1 Wilson County Tournament County Tournament 5 Muhlenberg 1 Gov. Mifflin 0 Reading 1 Wyomissing County Championship Opponent 5 5 5 6 7 5 7 6 2 6 4 6 137 Manager: Curtis Bander, Coach: Mr. Ullrich. . lxjyyf ! ul ,Z-4 1 R-- J .r c L ,::: ..1 nf-. , .F ' 'lv ,,n...,v ,-. 'vssfi' TMI: '11.:uj'l. l Q ,.,,w. wx-1 Q3 .,,:.cQ,i 'from f, . U Q ,if i' -1 : um , ..Lf-,Vg ,L .' : ww . y 1 I.,-.4 , ',....:... all Four of ioe Top Players Are Seniors Connie Delong Mary Mohn Karen DeLong ' . Lois Mengel 138 By the 1973 girls' tennis team "defeat" was a word not too often heard. The girls lost only two match- es, both of which were to Wilson. One of these matches was a play-off for first place in the county championship. The top five players of the team were composed of four seniors: Connie DeLong, Karen DeLong, Mary Mohn, Lois Mengel, and one sophomore, Linda Fox. Much ability and enthusiasm has been shown through exhibi- tion matches played by the other members of the team throughout the season. The remaining team is look- ing forward to a new and even better season. Linda Fox Standing: Sharon Shirk, Connie DeLong, Sharon Gettel, Kay Reppert, Melody Gibble, Pam Porter, Linda Brightbill, Lisa Mengel, Linda Fox, Noreen Stoudt, Susan Ziegler, Mary Mohn, Jill Eisenbrown, Louise Kline, Jean Ziegler, Jan Eisenbrown, Gail McCarthy, Anne Reifsnyder, Dottie Dietrich, Dianne DeLong, Chris Geering, Sherry Graff. Seated: Susie Zerbe, Lorie Kline, Susie Geering, Melanie Stamm, Jill Rosenfelt, Karen DeLong, Sherry Grofji Cathy Althouse, Lois M engel. 551 01622, 0 Play-off at Exeter x with Wilson .Ia 41' Coach: Mrs. Wolf. Managers: Wanda Goss and Marilyn Fansler. 139 Tim Koenig Goes to "Districts" .,il'Li'f.":-'- 11' .. L ea.,-Y !.:i21,.,.vg?.1. -uni . ff 45 Row 1: Scott Brown, Richard Bashore, Tom Balthaser, Ray Kline. Row 2: Mr. Rentschler, Tim Koenig, Glenn Barnett, Kevin Kirkhoff David Zimmerman. 6 1 Golf 3 if, .sf k 'Ni Tulpehocken Opponent V 464 Schuykill Valley 424 490 Conrad Weiser 436 492 Wilson 389 ' Q 437 Gov. Mifflin 394 A 435 Fleetwood 438 J . 446 Schuylkill Valley 402 W 483 Conrad Weiser 439 fi V ' 1.,o 459 Wilson 428 464 Gov. Mifflin 417 ,, xg .-.zu ,Ev-pi-lil' , HJ. 1' w,..,,,...f':1: . A f Mr. Rentschler, Coach. 140 Tulpehocken golf team suf- fered through a poor season under a new scoring system. Instead of the old 4-point scoring system of 1 point respec- tively for the front, the back, the total, and the lowest score, the team used the combined total of the first 5 players. For the team the single great- est detrimental factor was the lack of players. There were only 7 men on the team. High point of the season was the 435-438 victory over Fleet- wood. The individual effort of Tim Koenig gained for him 12th place in the county tournament at Galen Hall and entitled him to go to the Hershey Country Club for District 3. s-I" D - B ' A 4 Tim, Kggnig Glenn Barnett ,V U 4 e' 'M ' Q"wF"fW l, Q p 'fx 'a ff HK 1 "1-,-Qs. ' X. . . X N I, .X Kevin Kirkhoff Scott Brown Ray Kline 141 Fi"?f'!'VZ. yi "-T3 ' fklix l'fL.'T In-mi . , . 5 W 1:1 1 .,. , 15.1, 4.9 .fi 23115331 - .-Q4 -.5 if 'is .f if lg-Lql 3 J-.5 '--J' ' New School Records Are Set- Row 1: Mr. Hoffman, Bob Gerberich, Bill Gerberich, Billy Foreman, Steve McNally, Craig Dieffenbach, John Mountz. Row 2: George Mundell, Keith Keeney, Larry Miller, Mike Waldron, Doug Staller. Row 3: Lance Himmelberger, Gary Ney, Jim Orendo, Jerry Brightbill, Ron Hershey, Scott Leonard. Row 4: Dan Yiengst, Fred Daugherty, Greg Goshorn, Larry Dietrich, Gary Himmelberger, Lee Cocks. Kevin McCarthy prepares for a long Jacob Meyer hurls the diSCU-9- throw. Larry Dietrich takes the lead again. 142 Larry Dietrich Puts Forth Best Individual Effort Q ,. 4. ' Seated: Gary Harvey, Larry Dietrich, Craig Dieffenbach, Herbert Foreman, RandallAlthouse. Standing: Mr. Crim, Melvin Dietrich, Eric Snyder, John Stoltz, Jacob Meyer, Larry Grofji Kevin McCarthy, George Mundell. The team as a whole did not have the winning season they had hoped to haue. Many new school records were set this year. Bob Gerberich set the school record for the 300 inter- mediate hurdles, a new event this year, at 42.6 seconds. Four sophomores-Ron Hershey, Mike Waldron, Jerry Brightbill, and Scott Leonard, shattered the old record in the 2 mile relay of 10 minutes and 7 seconds by 49 seconds with a 9 min- ute 18.5 seconds time. A mark of 3 minutes 36.6 seconds was set by Larry Dietrich, Bob Gerberich, Lee Cocks and Gary Himmelberger in the mile relay. Ron Her- shey set the mile record at 4:45. The greatest individual effort however, came from Larry Dietrich, who capped an outstanding track career in the only way fitting, he captured the gold medal in the triple jump at the Pennsyl- vania International Athletic Association cham- pionship at Penn State with a 45'8" jump. Larry Dietrich makes a record- breaking broad jump. 3 :Q I .1 Fl N07 f ' f . 5 ., -..T ,.,- .. , .. 1. .. ' -- -' . .-s. . -- ., . ., .,.. , L3 . I . 779 E. V 1 . -411.12 Li. V 'ZTQL1-jrrfl' :ill 1",:A,, ,:,:::i-,',.i!iE--ggi. ' I ' in ,L if . ,jmgk L "k51-F:?f"-7' exxxill. Bob and Gary fight to the finish. 143 Scorekeepers: Rosie Reed, Brenda Hershey, Mickie Muckel. r ll it fflul . ii Young Team Proves Worthy Row 1: William Boyd, Frank Zimmerman, Eddie Bickel, Bob Adams. Row 2: Bruce Boltz, Robert Benfer, Rodney Lebo, Randy Kiss ling, William Gettel. Row 3: Jeff Stamm, Steven Sheidy, Scot Brown, Greg Ziegler, manager-Dennis Royer. L . ff' , f' l Coaches: Mr. Leininger and Mr. Beissel. Eddie Bickel awaits the ball. A ,4 r 1311? I I Jeff Stamm stretches for a long one. Robert Benfer waits for another out, 144 With no seniors at all, the young team, despite the inexperience, finished second in the division with a 4 and 8 record. The highlight of the season came when the Trojans beat the til team. Rod Lebo led the team in batting, while Scot Brown did his "thing" on the mound. Every starter is expected back next year. Rodney Lebo runs to catch this ball. N Frank Zimmerman makes another out. Baseball Tulpehocken Opponent 3 Mt. Penn 3 3 Brandywine 16 1 Wyomissing 9 6 Hamburg 11 3 Schuylkill Valley 1 4 Muhlenberg 10 1 Gov. Mifflin 1 7 2 Wilson 13 1 Conrad Weiser 0 4 Wyomissing 3 5 Hamburg 4 1 Schuylkill Valley 3 4 N orlebco 5 , ggif-'f"1f2ZYf..ff"f 1- J a . .:?2:'I55-Fife:-?'i557. Fl ' , - i -' -7 Scot Brown gets ready to strike out another batter. Greg Ziegler is ready for the ball. 51,5 -L.y.1ipQ1,P z.. W I. 1 5 Q? L . 5 , 35322525 FH is-iii' l?j33f'y2se5-1:3 J V. Boys Score in Last Innings Ianni 'ai I-I-L-san..n.u Seated: Bill Boltz, Tom Benfer, Mike Paulson, Darryl Himmelberger, Dana Stoudt. Kneeling: Gerald Miller, Gary Triuiets, Cart Moyer, Marlin Behler. Standing: Ray Himmelberger, Tim Bordner, Taylor Pierson, Rodney Schaeffer. A new face appeared on the baseball field- that of Mr. Beissel, who took over the JV. Coaching position. The team was said to have great potential for scoring in last innings. Against Wyornissing they scored 8 runs in the ' last inning, only to lose 12-11. There are nine starters returning next year. f M 2' H, J .V. Baseball jj Q T.H.S. Opponent fr 1 " V 1 Norlebco 7 4 1' 5 Wyomissing 11 N . 2 Fleetwood 9 . 1 1 Governor Mifflin 1 7 ,, 2, ' qi 4 Wilson 10 , I!-' PM 5 Fleetwood 8 , , 4 Conrad Weiser 8 The anxious team waits for the bus. 11 Wyornissing 12 146 New Coach is Asset to J. V. Row 1: Dan Miller, Bill Boltz, Kevin Kline, Mike Rollman, Mike Paulson, Tom Benfer. Row 2: Keith Kissling, Kenny Maus, Taylor Pierson, Pat Downs, Robert Swoyer, Keith Keeney, Tom Balthaser, Coach Price, Billy Foreman. as K if Q F 'lffiifi lag A V Ronald Price, Coach, Keith K issling, Bill Foreman, Managers. 1 ..- ' k Y P i X i , -:ff Tommy tries shooting. Group warms up! 1 47 , v 55 4 Mr. Wolf Assumes Varsity Post Scot Brown Ed Bickel Frank Zimmerman -w X Coach: Mr. Wolff Co-captains: Scot Brown and Frank Zimmerman. Spectators at the game Ted Graeff N Bob Benfer Tim Bordner 148 Kneeling: Ed Bickel, Drew Showers, Kevin Daub, Bill Boyd, Lee Cocks, Frank Zimmerman. Standing: Curt Bender, Mr. Wolf Scot Brown, Tim Bordner, Ted Graefyf Fred Daugherty, Bob Benfer, Bill Gettel, Ron Hershey. Tues. Fri. Tues. T Fri. Tues. Fri. ' The start of another game. ,Tues Feb. 12 VGZ- 4 Mr. Price is JV. basketball coach, Mr. Wolf has taken over the position of Varsity coach. With only one senior starting on the varsity team, this could be called a building l season. One of the highlights of the season was back to back victories over Brandywine 64-52 and Fleetwood 46-38. Managers: Ron Hershey and Curt Bender. 149 'l. 'N Tv 4 " ,.:f,vf'-3-:D 'zng..'1fQ.6 ,I Q: JEQESQEQWE e'f?5+fe Qfffillrg , .,. , oz., M 1: ,tim win fflffsii :?+"?"3i . Qeefsfffgi ..i.5qs, U ew.-elk? syn- -- 'FF".,?:A:.':I. . . 3,2522 '-,f:1',,'.,7 New Uniforms Row 1: Tina DeLong, Marsha Rebman, Corinne Stoudt, Kim Brown, Cindy Fisher, Wendy Kline, Anna Mae Kramer. Row 2: Stacey Gay, Candace Kissling, Randa Shalters, Cindy Flannery, Michele Meredith, Dorothy Hess, Vicki Rissinger. Candace steals the ball. 7- ,',' ' L f lm' "JTC-f If ' r. 'w fffgf Tues. Dec. - L' I3 . fl "4 ' Fri. Jan. I- J W 5 9 Tues. Jan. ,flf , - Fri. Jan. X" ' ' A Mon. Jan. 1 W f JJ Fri. Jan. 'El N I gk 3? Tues. Jan. Q'-1 Thurs. Jan. 'W Tues. Jan. Fri. Feb. Managers:Linda Fox,Allison Watts, Jean Ziegler. A foul is called early in the Zines' gig' game. ' ' 150 .f P1 'Q ,. Brandywine Fleetwood Wyomissing Schuylkill Ham burg Wilson M uhlen burg Govenor M. Conrad W. Wyom issing Schuylkill H arn burg Highlight Season Row 1: Debbie Graefgf Linda Brightbill, Sue Ziegler, Lorie Kline, Sharon Gettel, Chris Forry, Diane DeLong. Row 2: Jean Ziegler, Miss Chesonis, Pam Keeney, Lisa Mengel, Wanda Goss, Lori White, Louise Kline, Linda Fox, Allison Watts. Co-Captains: Debbie VGraefL Sharon Gettel. Cbacli: Miss Chesonis. New yellow uniforms set a bright light to the team. Aggression was the name of the defense and offense. It was a year of injuries, which hurt the team, however, there was much ability. The J V. team had many players and show potential for future Varsity teams. The girls' basketball team engaged in a summer practice schedule, set up at random times during vacation. Thus the girls stayed "in trim" for the , , , ap roachin s orts rogram. Debbie, one of the two seniors on this year's team, p g p p takes a shot during warmups. 151 New Advisor. . AT"1fjvf"j'M--v . "wwf I U '..l Aff at y KL All Center: Lynn Rockhold. Row 1: Dolores Knabb, Irene Kline, Debbie Barnett, Lisa Dubbs. Row 2: Jane Luckenbill, Brenda Daubenspeck. - , 1 ' , , U4 5 8 SEL... gf: .s y fa g-Q63 .,.i,5s? F- UK 7 ,f-fu, x' 1, ., 5 T121 " . '- 1 ' -Q-1. -- -1 -H--,L Y!! I ' ',pf14'."3 ',A" '." 1 Y. Tx! - g,g.:fQw,.' K i X -, up . . . on to the first victory of the season. Miss Chesonis, new Advisor to the cheerleaders, innovated ideas that added a different light to the spirit of THS. Pep rallies in the auditorium? The auditorium resounds with "Victory -that's the Senior battle-cry", "2- bits", "We are proud of our team, "and J .V. Co-Captains: Jill Eisenbrown, Holly Troutrnan. Advisor: Miss Cheso- "Team, " nis. Varsity Co-Captains: Chris Geering, Jane Luckenbill. 152 K New Ideas Row 1: Kathy Althouse, Sue Pugliese, Sue Geering, Jill Eisenbrown, Karen Stamm. Row 2: Jill Rosenfeld, Holly Troutman, Jan Eisenbrown. ' H ggi Lynn, Jane, Irene dz Chris show enthusiasm during practice! w W . V-.f.l,'. ' , . U 1'::. ' ',,.'-Q' 'dv 12-2 had an original idea for .Spirit Week. A T.H.S. pep rally. 153 515 '? T1 ' g T. ,?1:54.Sil5'-..-Af -4- ' A L11 4.71515 N Qs- lu, , - an 1: ' ' 1 ' 1 r Q-Y-. 3' .gg M551 . - 1 M-1.'-LE. 12155, " 21: L nt: --.11 if' 1. is J Ffh: 1 ef:1ea e 1L is ra :fa-1 4 fy' ,.,I., ire' 553 E' 5:1-sig. 1 ., .Q3:J1.', Ulf-TAI, 'lirlg Jill really gets involved in her work! "marc ,' e - i fa H4 AQ ,. LL. , . :rl ,, t fi Y .wg Q5 D"-,f'fgJ'- -Nw, A. 3 ..w1F'ig,A1-,Q .-,gi ve x ,, ' f i!'4:S7"'5fLi+:g - I S 4: .cfs 4r ws- w if , ey hx , 'iigpf' ?'ghi-MQ' 1 ',' 5,149 - ' ESQWQYX' f' , 'TN - 1, 449 , 5, ,- -5, . x-E-' 'LW 443.311 'jaw--QE, ,Fw-h. ' 1+kf'A-,Slim ,.:re3ii.4' fi . The cheerleaders' basketball collage. Y' . . f - - Q 4 , Q , v. Q.. -i , Y . -ll w ,, l , F - . -, .4:1. 44 ,lu w .fy -ft, -1 ' l. A W X: .W A s-.1 iii: AJ-' Q v5'.r:f.iiZfg15:5 ,givin Jqga.. .Lp ie,- 155 . n U Q ' ""'lZ' L: fi ii' la: avr 1 5' ' 7-' - , 1'-'xx "Tiffi- '4 .. 51 iw A - K ' T fi 'bf 1 H Q-.1 51 -L f i ' fizi 1 1 Q ' "' N Q-" ." , 5? T qt ill! .. .f.:'V',:.M,??.'.- Y,-T1-5: i ' V1-.J .li ll, :' I ,LL -"' , ' - -2- f A ,FG . . t., AT 1 'Zi ,wflib 6 ' 41f,lf:F.I:1'B:'QgU V-A IN.-N x ' 1 1 - igvf' u . I To see the world as Lt should be tw -5 M., fr- V., 'Jw'-q 4 4 H 004 4 lmaflflllaap , Q 24 ' 'Q MMD? A53 rf. v- gm, gag L Q N Q, ' 'dl ,X N W 51 wwf! Wffno4www4,-er, ' f ,. ,V Q ' Existing in timeless harmony and never-ending peace. I L, 1 XL, A 1445 ' 'cp- E , I I EZ XNKQE '15, U B W5 'TN- I . V " 2. 11 'ii ..h i? - NX' We Live a Profusion. . Education consists not only of "book learning", but also of projects, research, and activities that aid a pupil in preparation for life. Tulpehocken has a wide variety of curricular and extra-curricular functions in which students can exer- cise their minds and bodies. Remember: a sound mind, a sound body! Bob makes another catch. s -fy.. -. . X ' V A L -.g'45q:g:... X 'Sim with Y,-AA Jeff, Barry, and Rodney are discussing a General Science DOVWU Umfldefs whf1fSbf1vey will dv with the bill- problem. :I T Rodney is busy with another Shop project- Rodney evaluates with Mike and Scott, an event in American Histo ry. 158 of Memorable Activities at T.H. . 1 . . .n . , it l 3 P W : '54 'N 'H .4 ' .ff I -34 Darlene sweetly sings "Sealed with a Still busy at 6f30, Puff 1mdD0riS by VIOK Gary emphasizes his opinion in an English discussion. Kiss". to slow down the assembly line. .7 v-15.0-X-I Mrs. Clements returns from retirement to substitute for Mrs. Mr. Rentschler checks attendance in his cafeteria study hall. Troutman. MPEH.Qntnifuleusscnoo wssrsnu ' DNTSIOH' i li. Peiffer and John dig into the onions at a recent sandwich sale. Tulpehocken boasts its county championship victory. 159 4 li' , 31 .bf QF. SDCCER CHAMPIONS f V ' ' ! 13.. ,f'- Ti-my - ., 'Lf 'LF . ., ,, ,, W 6 Y ggi! , K.. - V, YV, Y H, 7 15561 V V V -',- , ,,,, VV.-V V V H .. .,,. , ,.. ..-,.,., ,, 1, ,V -' ' . ' Ing, L' ,- . - L ,V . ' E ' .5' 'Y1' 'll ws V, ,- 1 Elf! -J 4"4.:,1'f''C':3,'fmf:f1:5'itf4fg "" '3' L., nk , v ' ' ,, fin h-QW? ", -Q. '-'f fig- ,fi 'JE' ff-, 1.-'1Q:.g.f,-5.5.2 2, - f- fr- .1-J, fe- BV: ,f ... '-V ' V' 1-Ll 'nl Y... L --ggQ'V:2Q,f1mwf1f,fff't 'I c A '--1"-nz r .Q 'W' V ....s,tii'4J2L43:'b'fff1':f W, d'5lf2,QJ:p:--.ff1i,i.r.,'.-f,Q:p1,- it-f-W.. l ' " G mf pr. 'FTf'2ea4V+:i-:mf'e-ff-451551 Nasir'ts?-1Yf4w::Pz.fif A c N.. 'Fifi-Y --11 j:1Z'f?Fi?tf:-jeff-5 V ' , j:'-- its ?El,5,i.'S.' ,gffgziiivlqffA-A-iQ2fi-f,f-Lg,-Mg' 3:2Q5g.. A, - 'far 'wssmsgwzs-3 131: H- g ,fz ef-w21'1fnfL . 2:24.-1. if -hldf' 1 -Wf'.:.f:iZs L. . .-w1z:c,e:m T.H. S. Jr. Miss Contender l I y. .1 E H. Jane Luckenbill, April Brungart, and Renee Wenger were chosen by their classmates to be Tulpehocken's Junior Miss. After meeting with a panel of judges and having interviews with them, Jane Luckenbill was chosen as Tulpehocken's re- presentative. "Walt Disney" was the theme for this year's program. Famous songs from many well-known Disney movies were performed by the girls. 'Tantasylandu was the theme of the evening gown competition. The fathers escorted the girls and danced with them to the songs "Chim-Chim- C'heree" and "Zippity-do-da". I "Hi-ho", "VVho's Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf" and the "Mousekateer Theme" were the songs in the Sportswear and youth fitness segment. "Davy Crockett" was the song for the Youth Fitness rou- tine. The theme for this segment was "Pioneer Land". For her talent presentation, Jane performed the "Love Theme from Romeo and Juliet" on the piano. Activities were climaxed by a luncheon at the Glockenspiel restaurant. Jane admits even though it was a lot of work, she had a great deal of fun! Jane Luckenbill Renee and Jane were picked as the Junior Miss contenders 959 , ' : EEA -,ggi sr Jane is very active throughout the day. 161 35 hm: X. Jane Jane Jane Renee Renee Renee V1 ' he WB L.- X Puig qi frgg :. M33 WSL" ML " 31 K?1Si I? MU. 1 fGf'j+ 'tt it r Q ik' 0 W' rl? '- 131.2 Y Christmas Dance Frank Zimmerman keeps in step with the music. . . . t t' Alzce M mdy studzes a new dance step. frfzcjgnzz 3211 162 , Dolores Krzabb . . . Who gets the cap? One dances close too Randy! Is Informal Springhead M otorShark performs for T. H. S. Runner-up Shawn Royer, and queen Dolores Knabb snicker about that candy cane! Active participation at the Christmas dance. 2 N Y 1 it , el This group stages a sit-down at the Christmas Dance. 'MCT Jan has a chat with the guys. 163 Renee and Terry found someone with whom to dance. ,, 3 ',.1 r , i -- ,I ' 5 .xl The Class of , , Q At the home of Senator Gallia, Lucia and Diana talk about Marcellus. .-J Marcellus tells of his finding Christ's robe at a banquet in Pilate 's palace. '73 Pres ents Stephanos Sarah Melas Demetrius Marcellus Gallio Centurion Paulus Pontius Pilate Captain Fulvius Lucia Gallio Diana Gallus Helen Cornelia Gallio Sentatro Gallio Phoebe Eupolis Theodosia Eupolis Quintus Lucian Rhoda Simon Peter Tiberius Sarpedon Caligula Salome Directed by . . . Allen Rebman Denise Brandt William Gerberich Elman Frantz Delmas Keeney Rex Harrison Steve Gibble Bruce Boltz Jane Luckenbill Sue Geering Mrs. Linda Althouse Pam Steffe John Peiffer Theresa Kilousky Wendy Wenger Kevin McCarthy Renee Wenger Craig Dieffenbach Kerry Scanlon Aldo Melito Mr. Frederick Ullrich Patricia Pugliese Mrs. Erna Deisher it f W i'l1'..,' gg QI' as Demetrius defends himself against Quintus in the garden at the house of Eupolis. I ., Demetrius bids farewell to Theodosia after the fight at her mother's house. 164 J.. , Marcellus embraces Diana on the ter- race of Tiberius' palace. THE ROBE-Lloyd C. Douglas S x, 1 be lg, ,....... Caligula helps Tiberius up after he has stumbled in Tiberius orders the unwilling Diana to marry Caligula. Caligula 's palace. Demetrius is rescued from the Palace Guards after being tortured by Caligula. Stephanos and Demetrius talk in Stephanos' shop, of the many hanpenings since Marcellus has obtained Christ's robe. At Caligula's palace, Marcellus presents the robe to Caligula as the Marcellus and Diana are escorted out of Caligula's palace guests watch. after they were sentenced to death. 165 ,Tri-, , , . Life 15 en Stud X 1 Q This is a man's job! That means you 'i 5 too, Stanley! Those Ag. guys have tractor trouble! I V - " ,P 3: ' .. .,,"" W, if' ' - - eg .L 4 7 -f.'.4'f"f'1 .,"j" ' You mean this isn't the lavatory? In ' '3 1-,1,y ' Ai" 1 - .1-we , 1" we 'fe'-sig, 4 fu-, 1.1" ', 1.6 l V' 1,-,,.,-11, ' 'V 'nga -' '1 1 ff 5 FQ '7 "l'1TWTf1fJ.'4,.- ' i t -- 4 'f . -wmv' - " by t Q l . ,. 3.1.0, Ll L Z-J ,M ,,,,ww,, 4, l Q, tie W 54 t L, li-gf' cl I V ll g"""' -J, y r.A 4 E -KHEE WQ T , bfi iti l? PU' l - , SQ, . i T- o A long hard climb, . . Debbie and Allison keep score at a hockey game. No, Jeff, the lockers won't fall off the wall! Do I look like the type who would care if you took my picture? 3:40-School's out!According toNixon...saving time. "- - -J flwllghf I wld yOU to leave me 166 alone! ?'! 1:LL42..,.1- - - The decoration committee for the Senior Class Play worhs out Working tggethgr proves to bg g more effective way gg learn, the upcoming problems. Bill Boltz shows his basket- ball skills. Lorie supports the Atomic Energy Assembly. Pep band incites spirit at basketball games. 167 l We usually try to practice gang control. Eddie Miller, Gary Sholl, and friends look forward to P. O.D. ' 92-1 our x 4 -3 I lf! 'f Qi. l L 64.14 Albright Jazz Band . . . an entertaining assembly Mr. Ullrich 8: Kevin perfect a move. x . Randy . . . one more word out ofyou. . . The man from Atomic World demonstrates static electricity, A Q. A X I Juniors . . . loitering before the final bell' Wednesday, period 6. . . assembly for everyone. 168 a -Wg hr -H sf U7 Wim Well, Scot, those tonsils have to come out! 5 61 fl Qljfgleffc e E5 LOWE OUT 'Fa f. .... , Mike ponders over an English question! .va - ogre ...eb -L -1 Chuck checks out the situation. Unique sign is used to promote team participation. G lrls discuss senior finances with Mr. Hoffman. "r-fi . ,Qpflt-, A - .4 l .iz Ak 5 J 'iii I Ji P . E 'K ot- 4 Itis time for a little break for Stan, Brian, and Keith. .Q 'ggi ,QJ4 Q33 59 ,I E1 Lorie Kline has the frizzies. The girls' basketball team fights for another victory. 3 .ll Fred keeps in order. 5, the supply room Mrs. Orendo takes Jimmy's blood pressure. Mr. Hoffman and Mr. Kremser discuss their schedules. L. Studies give the guys a chance to converse. 1 Q . . -, H -. ,Q A " - h av. Q' - , - A ti .' . " 'P . ,N 'v -1-4. l .. .- - a s ' V ,Q . A I' 'If ' WA N g fs ' Q ,NIA I "Pa-, - . . as V ff-. ' .l of e E E 'm3' .,,! i,,gm.4.fA , A. '54 Ts ' xv J " ll N -. 1 I N . g..:. t, xx ' lj X i Q' t I N , W . ' f of Q56 l , y Q An Atomic Energy assembly is presented to the students. 170 Trojans try to keep the ball at an away game. ...Ye-L, , m.u..-.L.....o'..,s.z,..aaa:.1aa'....o' a4s.x,.' .........1 'f"f2"' A 4 L.: 'f' l rr - - --fun f-A ' ' ' 'Mi Bi " 'A in ,Q J L -, JJ Y , , ag.. , U . qs .. -Q N ' ' .J ' x , R-,ng -. . I LQ hu -Li du, ' '.- f-P" U 3 X ' -ii Jlflfrl lb", A g . f---in-W . ., Q L51 i - MY - U , A Qian- wg. --n - r 3 L , . .. Room 210. . . Spirit Week on the ceiling. M iss Chesonis receives the Spirit, Week award plaque from Pam. fi .1 r 54 P 1. 'Ah"Nl"A'-L" V' Mr. Hoffman teaches from a comfortable Kevin McCarthy demonstrates P0Sifi0'1- a fatal kick. What 's so funny, basketball players? 9 9 4 , ff? W SEQ . 2 .Biff ff :sg Which ball contains radioactive materials? Room 10. . . the winning room during Spirit Week. 171 Qi! 1 QQ: . B, :nm V. -'f -'w 11gQ'i I ..-...J V E335 ':sergg.gg, W- n ---s ' ,r". . x ' H A 'TH 'if lxisifc- "L i W 1 'T JE U E W 36 ' H , - - .,, i, 's' gk Y, ,"x1 -ig' ' Q i. gx Y Vgzfni. 7 A I 4 ij: This is an endless job of slicing for Janet, Renee, and Brenda. Kenny releases another fast ball for a strike. 4, v I The J V Cheerleaders practice their "friendship" cheer. Brenda tries to clear up a problem for Lisa while Jerry listens attentively. A L.. Sharon and Kay determine the weight of lead in Physics class. 172 .-.-- fx.-3. Ron selects his warmup jacket for cross-country. Renee and Jere weigh objects in Physics Lab. Daleslowlygoes over his test answers. Mrs. Angstadt carefully takes the money as the lunch line proceeds. W 5 +4 N 'IA WG h i ,.--in ff ' T' :li N' g,.,..,,..-QA'-""""'r"-,-. R J 1 sw ...V--Q if A 1 'Y' NLAV ' . 4... , ,' k V "5 " Q - 1, ., f 1 sf- W 1 only l , Q.. A V ., -N HY., Qzfi lpavmil 1- 1,...z.:1,f V- QV 1 ri FL 1 These four boys are waiting for lunch. 'T-Iear no evilg speak no evil" is good advice for Jean and Melanie. 1 73 . 'L . n ,.,i1, l y ' M -:Q iw, .Ji Seniors Lecwe Behind e I n ' 1 v . V .X H .-. These cheerleaders perform a circle chant at a home game. --5 " A Trojanette lines up her shot. L '.g,L- 44 ., , I . V -1 H. V ,. e . , 45 . W. v I 5 V I gg.-f.,,i4 '- , ,121 41' '- lf? . ,-pl'-1 55, .L. ..."-QQ? .'- ',,' -.- J '1., "f rig-1-..' , 1, 1. 1-Hemi..-f.,uA,y1, ,rl-: 1 -- ., rl.-, -gl .rl 1, ,. fi'-Pg' nw'-' "u 2 . k. fi ,,. rm -, -1 l .5 A --fall " " ' ' - ' ff " H vg ,,: ,-. P . 4, ' A wr- vi' lf' ,eil .. f ' g ' ' Z I .N . f A -'udQD'i,,,g.am,1 Q -14 - -4' 1 """""5 4 new-of 'j JY? 9? 'J rw ' 'l'E'JE'l1LTf:f"fl. A 1 - W . ! :fj:F.5,3 Q v- L . L . H "Please Mr, Huffman, Mayrff Igg home now?" 1973 Berks County Soccer Award . . . Mr. Matthew accepts. vl' . rw, in e lf. . IW' 5 J Whyis Carolall alone? Chris and Lynn figure out a new step for their "- - - Well, UUIVS Onepicfufe we won? U59-'U cheerleading routine. 174 I Friends and :Activities Ha. gi .2 Keith is very handy with a shovel, when directed by Mr. Donna checks the financial account. I Ronnie, that isn't your private drinking fountain, you know! , Ofendo- Mildred and Sharon just can't figure out this problem! i fs i 7f'F:?f'q.1l'gQL5f4 E5ff1i . 1 ' ' I t - W -.F-'U' if ll Q i A- 1 4 it" ' Zifil'f"i1i,-fx rw - 1 1 " 14.11 a is q .r- l ,gl J 'iii qu ,- Irene dares to be different! David listens . . . Mr. McComsey and John discuss tenement housing. 175 for 'S-3' ij' if . . . . Algebra class. . . . home soccer game. L n - - - Physics class. . . . DARDANIAN meeting . . . P.O.D. class. . . . hockey huddle. M Q 1-4 -' . 7 1 in .. ,,,-, V .:,.,L ' SZ' ,tk " U q L I . ' M X ,i!w:,,f5J4q. 5. J 1.-,h 4,,,,AN-Qi tm-..'7 F f'1 V r LS' Ffa-f 3+ Fljjfh-Hg' " - rr ' Mm 9 " ' Y- - f fm - f if f '- c -fre if ,af L.: 'r iff F M e ' 5 'fwef 1. A ' 3 ,0 ,4 , c ifvfsaw li '.i . ' M, ' ' ' . MW. P-' I .h " A V xiii ' Q1 L.. --1 '-"1" -1- Q L 7 , .- V ' r " ' 'U i A - ' ' 1 Y fffm -ii'-'5 Ji . NPT . Q - . V , . 1 Y - mul MF. 1 ijt: ' 3" -"',ij'jxK -J-in-:ff ., -U , V k V , iw ,i1!,T5f"I-.kznl ii!! A H!! .,...n ,tg H 515 . e i e .ui ' - . e " g , ,, V . A .-.-.l.,, . . .. , ' Efgliftli' A Af kr 14 . -, Jn '-A , .4.-, "--N: s-sq - -- 1- " 1 ' ..-:' 1 YI -- EH' - -1 ' "W ,, ,f ' 3 .n J A1gE!Y29'Cr"':"..Y'. . 1- " um. cheerleading practice. . . . Chem. lab. . . . soccer huddle. 176 -L. 'T' "- ""iTi'A' "U V A-.Li .1 1 , -'K w" ri H rf 1 l as L, . , X T ., Ig? 4 : ' V .- 1 Y- f uv ., X .s,.':i.' V l' :if 1 . 'i?fff.-Q if it r l ,gi-1.-ffiazu it . i N4 16 ... W' A . lg,-Y., Q 1 J' " bf -1'-Lg-i . 1 I' 5 " A I V 'X ' Q'Q'151-,Q t.,t.:73-- ..4"- 'Q' I Y I lf: It-Q , I H :4 4. '- HF gd x' .Jlbbi 2 1 sHT"' , Q" PH W. AM nk f-J .,,.. V W-W One final meeting between friends. Debbie can really get into those tomatoes! V F ' ' w Q ' r I We 've got you now, Mr. Hoffman. There 's no escape! "Kevin, do you realize the Photographer can 't see your face?" ....., , ' i- I-f f? ..-V 7 H li i -JA' W lim -J C- , S g A 4 l i ie" l . y ' . ..,sQ.1m . . . "But, Dottie, there is only one Pagoda! " Contemplation. . . in the gym. 177 -.L ,?,jTlj!-: - 4 1 I i 1 ll . 131 " If :1 i Pep rally. . . pie in the face! 1 6'vfME9SFmnk'liW1E411Qpcks1 1f.. 1 - N Y - - TT:-F -, ,FI t V A. P,-1 Y ,.,, 1 5117. 1 1 ' jg 'l 11.-11 ' ' 11 .151 111101131-1151: cqgksw . V . MGCQQIQQ11 1 1 1 "1 Jafie L.LCpvcks 1' 1 , ' ,W A 5 lDemQH1Q15fefS 1 1 I V1 Mil I. 1 1 Bulldeas1bestfr1ef1QL?fl2r6fZ A Mr.al1Mgs.R1ehmd1'Weienhac11Q' 5 , ,gf -- MmMrss.1g1m11411e.1:Basnofel 1 i lGe?T-'i9l3??El?9n0lB'W'Fe'1 -- - ' 1.. . 4 -f .' . - 1, .,1 x., T' -F A ' i 'P f 11 y A 1. 11 as is I 1 1 'I ' V j l 7 1 1 1 ' 1 1, 1 lad, . 1 11- 11 7' 1 H at '- l 'R '-1. K-xl ' . .. -l 'I A ' 1 1 "" L' 1' 1. , ,.1 11 fi 3 V . if 1 D 1 z 1 1 J 1,5 N if.: . 1 'mf 1 'B , 1 I i In , 1 1 1, A X sf .. 1 1 . 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Q is 'fi'-',,I51151-'fHi1llWW6ED5Iid5??!'5l7BUlSQli?'..11 '.' " ' 1115, 111111111 '-a1' f 1 LJ 11121 ligii'ii--ifKl5iZi55"5?i?fZff5B5fl1?l11 . Ii . . Ji. fi1..l'1' I , A 1 " ,I ll" ?f?5l-2-+C"-17 Wir 1 ,,K1 1- "'N A .4A".'1 I '-1. Stanley and Clair " "'f" 322'-iil m L-ef Sl trimming their nails the hard way ! 178 .15 '1 Art display in showcase. '1 ' Mr. Maemew . . hall traffic. ' 5 -1 11 jf1JebbrdPifGk212ff'. 1121 ' 11 1. 1 .L 1' 1 1 --1 1 I li 1 :- E-'L -: 11 f 1 , ,lf 1 H11 , , 'varlereeliehnw ll1 1 I jf 1 1 1 1 1 1 R .qf1Q1Qaf12.iq1f-,ray .11 11' ..J,.,,4 .A.-..,...-.-. ' Ronnie. . . it's mt time to go home yet! 1sf4n1eyfE:,tFmefzingQ.Jr. Elizabeth francis 'Kress is Jannlm Ever s t VA?fl'l!mdQIl"l Ceflfsr t 'George E.xCarles, ,AmyR1,'GarZes 4 Mam:Ei?Gdfl2Sle C 'Mn fzE'Mrs.. Arthur Smith' y V Mn 3? Jflhh' 353151 i 'FQttfMUU9"'73l"' Alanfdlhtoqighf , Mn dMrs. Lesterfritz, 'MfSL'vHerbEft,BDUd l :. l A12-1, gl- r to tgaqmieixzme , lHnkyW C 'Curtis Hostetter'Family' it "Lihdl1'8iiCl1l'tiS1 :A tKay'-fr:Jay l 'Q-Mrsg' Johh Eighth Shady V r-importer I C Wy -- nf " 'NQnQy,AnsStddr'af2 children .. W i' iBrenda',Dau'bei1,3peclQ' l ' I lv' v gMrstLinda5AlthQuse ' 5-r Carlwinter W MQ8SLiHdQlAKllUQCf-Y, W or , MvwrtyB.wZimmetm0'F lil . tZZ2riilii4?rz'QuFti-it ' I ' i 1Dizuid.Ziriiitierrrian, , 1 . , , A if JiChthy3i'Dauidf. fMmi'r.MrQ-vBdnURrint2 V '-MfQ.'EliZGb?3th'NCL Car-les .Q V LA ' ' if ' ct r l loufciivflvsreczersfqmilyr -I. . . . mad scientists of THS. County Project Evaluation. . . Dane Rudy-5th in class of 2, 000 hrs. John Brown-1 st in class of 1200 hrs. Kevin Dau b- Ist in class of 800 hrs. , 5. -mm The Pilgrims of THS. . . art. Assembly presentation of Wildlife Conserva- tion Award to Mr. Orendo. Before school . . . taking time to get things together. 'I79 Q u' 3 yleizjlbrendadottielamfirenedar Mr-l QMFSQ GharlestMiidenf0ffYlH ' Brenda'SEhlappi6h Q A f , AMr. 8a Mrs.t Charles W'ASchlqppich Si Mrsg RiqhardfBond ' Mn dz Mrst Leroy Bandit Family' 82 Mrsl, Sterling'Hoffman A lMr+Pf?iiiPH4212r1eri 1 - . as Sain . uel,A. tSchuiZirtz' Theodore-BL Miller . Gfflieff ' . j e ,Mi?.fd'zMrs.,Ralph-Leininger' H ' LemfBerSsel' . y , . . LeroyfShyder ' ' -8: Mrsg Elifier Zimmerman y .Mrf Ji 'Mrs,..gHermamB, unszeker ., 4 u fi S! fni. Caught you in the act, Jeff! Mr: 6f:MrsL Fred-lBQ31err6'r,Rdnnie -Mri 'Y ' ' ,BruteWiebegspanevgziese, ' df Mrs: LeRoy E.: Schucker' 'QGfQ'Tg9'V'C!1I'l95' C A Frahlzfipouzn y -, y A Grace: Yvfdyr Mazvlinarim Q ,V l' ' Mh6r1MrS-ttFeliseLeonefdt it Heiririchf-fe Corky' f Jem Ziegler C g e Mr: 1?:aMrs- Lee 345119592 qlliekethymaf-ysemkunrigkierr A ylallxsqnchefybqvetblbrendamwin3t M dade'b'biesandyfrankmiriam-lynnphg apaifyzz-21974.v e C 12-4fCo7nfmercialGraduates , . Bmjyaeafneye ' .,. gllv' . N- ..-1 3 ' fi , fffr. "f -. j! .-. ,.m-n is sy C A ,ESQ wwmywgwyuwn wwww wmwlEu1 'lhwlzmmuxlllll 'WWWWlllllllllllllm V X -um. Rdwlnui A ,VAllQ,hi!IQlQ.Q...Mm.M his -if A Tlie Lilgrgziy Cli4.b1973-74, . i 'Susan-J'Himmelbergei1,Adb .DarlmeBehneyifPres.J" e Doi-is-E1 Dietiiibh KV. Prey ' i'fQhufAf'f6SAevwbf2 W - ! 2 i A Jayne Kline - Sue Qdherty AqFrank'zinABfoumr - A . 'Qi412HoDFe,Greim1' ' Dzii'leh'e Ouiruil ' ' A . ' Jugs A .Juri6EdriS' M Cefol Warmer KliC'?lJ'WD0y!?' -Lydid Weil? A Arlene Strauss 1 Karen Behizey Lm4u,1A1fhquse A AA by ,W riff Y A x -'fl I 4 , Mr 8: Mrs. Wolf before their trip to Europe. fv x N, X JN y A fx . ' x I- 7' i Rodney makes another project. WM 3 Mr. Layser answers the yearbook queries. - A 'wv .,- if ' ' f. ' :Mm2uMrs.JLHon G. Bender r Coach A I e - FafmAo1u1z+1 -' -- TiM.Tf014tman M , MF-Af5'v2MfS-AAlQiHfJ30!t2' ' 350ff'Tfiioe "H 1 ' d'2MnsQfJohn4BbLfz Lee.Zieglef Q Mrs. BenjqminABo'Qt2 - M 4 731fYAMi4li!l- 35Qi15'iR9di?' M lowmnprm - s s ' ' - K11'ZQH1f?iFrdnk A A ' April1d?iDeririyr P . A Mrs.-292 MHSQCQJ Brungari, Sr.. Af ChY4?17253K0efiiiE'f"75"' A M o Caro'l'6'rLuirryN A I .5Q1Mrs: ,.Ir:uirgs'Clay Burfordfk me 10-1 Gong Mr: A6'rMrsQ -.Ger:ean..Shi1ll1 1 M N, ' Theodore-Jenkins' Aff? fl A .,. -11' " ies! .'f5f"1 - - "ef- E311 .- . if -- :A . '1'3'W A:.'P-JJ A ' 1 f:"f'v-1'PE"'9'5f1 1 . ,f , fray..-41-11. ,iv 5-F . gk f A . nga S X X XX 22, 'V f r "' ,,,..g, 'sp 4 X' .. , 14 f' -'-' fd r ' " r H E A I ti M 5' IX fri, f- 180 5 i 1 1 I I I W N i M iss Ketner anticipates a question. I -S-,l!N+ YY+,,,.,,, Mr. dz Mrs. :Roy H etriok Mn 6'c.Mrs- Harald?Staudt Victor Pau'bBmbaker A Mr.-Adi-Mrs. Scheirer Joel Hetrick. Allyson 'Kaye' Htinsicker' Karlrdkbindiz Koenig ' J0ie.494i'0tto Mr.,JameslMoyer ' 'Rocky' A - A M1398 G41ilfA4JenkAifwM ' s Mr. 29: Mrs. John Bgirkey A The Chrlglfichards 'Fzimiiyr Eveenwf: Terry A Mr. .Xi Mrs. '-Stephen"Kilo11shy, Eugene.Gingfich A A V :Bright'bill4 "ELCOr '75 " M 'iJ0h!l-Kil9U3ky' A 'AT97'7'y'Kil0U5Ry' 1 'Ghub 'GuyeJenkins A ua A typical day in the library. I .YW nf- Z. YH. .. . A Gam' N ey y Johnrdt Donna Jim dz Kathy Y Kathleen Lash Esther H iester Jane Luckenbill Mr. Ji Mrs. Glenn Luckenbill. Bethel Chevy Club Young5SeiQ Johndc, Deb SS' Chevelle Mr. 8: Mrs. 'Gaz-y'Seiverling Bishop 8: Mrs. JacQbD. Meyer Dan-Meyer' '72 Ranchero Jon 6 Mary Pederson Greg A'zeMary Mr, cf:wMrs. Daniel Behler Mr. J: Mrs. Jarries Luckenbill' Teal Mr. Ja Mrsi X Walter R. Lash, 'Sr. Mr. :Ez Mrs. Crim Mr. :fi Mrs. 'Warren Kline .Mildred Kline Louise 'Kline Mr. Si Mrs. William H. Kline- Mr, 8: Mrs.. Paul Wentling Mr. Ki Mrs.,Jacob Bicher Mr. az Mrs. Ifueighz Kirkhoff Mr. 8a Mrs. Robert R.,Harner Larry E. Rentschler Judy Beck Mr. :Sz Mrs. Earl Koenig Mr. Ji Mrs, John Weidner Michael Scarpigmzto Mr. Price Brenda Elaine Bender 4, I l l ,- 1 1 f f - Y f f -M - Victor cleans the lav. Mr. Kieffer poses for a picture. , ' -E .. ...ee ee.- . W fe- l 1 . E K l jg, . Mi. kYMf8,vJGfkS0H Ney l ' I Jeanxzfi Glenn I - V amy, xeimecmigiMezzer . .. ,Mr.'ie.Mfs. c5gmzaM. Miner P I? B"Q'?dQJ'Mill2f . QV Mme Mrs. Randy L. Miner lg 'Mn 25 Mrsf 0scar1B. Miller' , Kurtrdz Deb ,Q f Mr. di Mrs. George E. Moyer y - Qobifz Cindy. 3 Mr: 6'z,Mrs. Ray Neuini . Cindy -Neuin. . ,Terry'Ney A ' Mr: cQVMrs. Edwin Stamm ' SCE'1flfG.s514eN2y' l ' M126 Mreaosepn A, Urban I -, ' 'Mn 8: Mrs.. Ray:'Patrick David Patrick K MFf62'Mrsf,RCyfMPfkeyl ' 1 i JQHh.ML' Peiffer ' A 1 Mr. e,Mm.iJonn Lmeiffefl 1 ' f' Mr. Hepner explains. . . y , 181 FR? , Mr. Wolf teaches health 'MBSMQW Kamen 4 W I , ' g?rQKfs.gMiel1a6l'Orendo Mr. 6z4Mrs. AGearge'W Bashmie- .1fhe.Woluqs,, We ,, n . . Mrs. EarlBond , A .. X ' Re0l6'zfAMtsf-L4rlmnBQ!1d- ' .MT-.31 Rflmifrll H0418 W Vemoril-Speicher Rifilitlldffwll s A ' Mr. Ki MKS:-f.I?dulfDeisher1'A . W FrEderidkMfQllriCH" by ! W' .Mrs,ElQrenceQSahlQp1ii9h I .Mf.,aMrs..Emsehueffer Mild: Mrs. Llewellmlivfferb, ' 1? Mrs? .hither Schldiiliish A Mr.g5'zMrs. Wayne G.Henne ' , I gh, l ! 3 ' . li A 1 :Y ' Q : 1.x 1 , - A , , . W . . 'E 'uf . 1 s:1yP0DSW-DW0350 f -2355-. -' A 'tg' J Q A u , X 1 X 1. 1? W W Q si. , M X6 Girls' basketball . . . prac- tice makes perfect. Mr. Hepner moonlights as a soda hand. Mr. Schwartz wants to know who made the femafk- Popeye and Swee bea find spirit in room 112. W W i'ii W AWWW NW .W'iMrs.1.LjeQzwra4GufhriQ W' . ,Wx - .6'zfMfs. JainesLaphafrtk Jrl l Mrg gftpllqs. Mazjk.PugliEse APatt.Pr4glies,e . W ::4YBFUCQilWiCbe' .. Q W ., , 'Qff1ig?Ef1Ziegler . W Daryl Rainbbw,i?z1DqwnMgDonaldW f "The'auqu,e." ' A IiilaR2l2?f' A ' A, ,Alliinf'Re,bmarL ' l . A K11yLynReppettA A. W SLM:-sl .Ra6errReppgrtr , ' Mn c?i,Mrs1.RQhezftfRepgert,-Jr,- . GPAMYQQ AlYilliQmWE-fi1?0lk1 J Mf1'tQAMFl9Q HdfoldKreinSi1:r.,Jr. ' Beroy22i.Jenl1fy - ' RGll"!!7'.Y'Sl-Q6 f ' A . ' Melody Gibble. , s A' Richandlllixond'2WBQbefReb020' AJQIJQZ Rudyf A r , ' 'Mrl Xi. Mrs. Chester Rudy Pattwcheirer W s Mraz Mrs., MdflGU"SCheirer' Keep on,Ti:uqkinA' Gang BzjendGAMiller- A W A W an 'Robert fskipi Phillips ' A A W ' I -.7 ' 'V" " ' IROIJETTIK-'ghfllipsf' , ' , Sums 5' ' ' Gobn,?0lK.,,Bitrfdrd5AEggygAirhead' ' N W A5 . 'W' 5 W W WuyfHarEarmSf , I . , W4 A A .. .. W , , Aschool spirit ' V W button? ,A . l, . .IL W W L' Qf W W .. ., .. fW 1,-7-r . DEniSeW8vDavle1 ' ' .1 y Gathy.AlthouseA , W ' W ' 1Mr:..d'cfMrg.RoBertjAW2Rainbow ' V' f 2 A !StDtZcltyW"77"V 7. ' , H -A ' AMr.4?:Mrs.-Roy-'Reber 4 gum A . W 1, W X WI W 'E' 4 W A . W ' f W W W W W W W W W W 182 .Lf-il -i F Scott and the girls discuss Youth and the Law. ..hl?J.s'1'.. ...J . .4 A rush to the buses. sr,neaIa:ee1i4fnaff - w Welilhrzde I' '- ILDigQpEIQrKepQirfl'. b T0mfLu.ckeuhzll-. I, -fMmg1MrQ:'MliixwfwaenefQ I ICbri11ie'WdgherI V l I - ' I' Mmifa ?W5+ie?1?u45aell1'Ri2Eel1II I Mm Azzlizrp Wdgnero IIThelhidI+?9ilDiiEI 1 f f ' I The Je erson Gzrls f ffj,:jT'1 ' - Jnenyeaqyo . I - I Iliqnniw f I 'fRhQIG'5fQeste, I Izgafiezbnanriii e.Gh?mflIDawnHetfi6kp IidriE5HQfrfvlfFV 9 ,1 V s1Mfs,IHmy,.Eb1ing.I I JI-. ,- .qi X , I, .I-w, , , , . iw , 5 , ,wks .I A .-.F . .' I. ,. .. .7,.? hT4- v- , ,, 'QIJ5 MF' S ,, ' . 534, Es, MQ-I -'Q u fn, X IX .f -, KM. 1 I '- .' 'A .,b 4 I mf I . E ""'-.MM Wi Pi' A I iris, ' ', 4 Q5 I N3 I I ,I Mrs. Kline works in the office. I ' " iff? II - ' I v, . ' ,I t ' -.L-ix MmfSLeweft'JI I, 1 .1 Mf5Iagg1y1fq.:perpyMI K-glzersi 5 - I "9Z'emnue2lSeruerl4n8L - Mfl?a.'Willih47fi'Tf6iLT1Yilin I Iislzinciik ZQ'SEh'lhbpiifhQ I Q677JIGSQfllC1PI2i0l1I-, 4 M,-4,2sl,Mgs,vsmuaz'Haffmaf4,I,sf.. e -I - LME-.d21Mrs1-.ArtHefqfiiisers , , Bazmexweuel -+- I' I I I- Mis: HelenISZrauss, 'I Afl-2IleIStr!wSQ. .I , I . '14,Qzazmsfeezgrvaereengsb e e- 'LoueB1ggL , Q Mr--drMrsflieunsfthszzegler- - Sea: Keenera1BanniezieglerI 5 Mrk Q8r1Miss Devi Zi1ozg1.erml1n,:Jr-- : Q-MESS 1HarQld1ManhewV .,'Q QQ. e Mr? if Mrs: RUUUH!!7lIl7l8U3?i75BVf ' MwffMfSL JGFIQSBQ- Lfiffib f r i E. ug ,xl I I ' I I I I I I I I I Just one more word . . . 183 5: TQ Trojan Spirjq . . . before she court. lv YMEIQQZ Schobkf A ' TheFdntastic"Foz.ir' I IF W 5 - I l-Qmfanafmlf I "L I I I-,e f 'I.s I I I I ,I I 'I QI1mgg5Mra,19Hbw:4gd1al-Dbg4benspebk:', 1 'h'1:v-1053! of Y A - I. 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