Tulpehocken High School - Yearbook (Bernville, PA)

 - Class of 1978

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inf .n-. 1 i 431.1111 af- The Class Of 1978 Presents Volume XIII DARDANIAN Tulpehocken High School R.D. 2, Bernville, Pa. I . FOREWORD We, the graduating class of 1978, do not interpret the ter- mination of our Senior year as a final achievement, but rather as a valuable milestone in our ever-progressing journey through life. The joys we've known and the friends we've loved will always hold a spe- cial place in our hearts. Still, there are new experiences to encounter and new faces to befriend. There is no time for standing idle. We must be moving on . . . "f-3,1 ' '4 Y i l F pl. ll - u V A6 i t .Lp ' " x. .A- y. .- . 1 'P' . 3 ,l ,- x .. sigma 1: ap.-..-Y ' W P J ' Qs QS!! Y a w ' u vi V' gl li-11 'ws 1 113+ k gg.- V '56- r . , , F1 f V l ' .I I 'i ,'.TJL, 'Q Table of Contents Foreword Table of Contents Seniors Underclassmen Faculty, Administration, and Curricula :Q Student Life Sports Patrons . ff " ' 5 Elph . I ' W WTF al ' X' 'x"'Ig 'iv ' " ' ' , ' 7 ' , ., ' SN- A.. 'X J- l I AL. 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Cheer- leader Ql,2,35 . . . Cheerleader Capt. Q25 . . . Student Store Q45 Mark Azemar Academic Gorilla Audio Visual Q35 . . . Stage Crew Q35 Delores Baker Vo Tech Lorie VICA Q3,45 . . . VICA Parliamentarian Q45 Robmpl. Batdorf V0 Tech Dale Balthaser Heffer- Student Council Q35 . . . VICA Q3,45 . . . Gym Leader Q45 . . . Audio Visual Q15 . . . Soccer 61.27 Alan Bashore Q VICA Q35 . . . Soccer Ql,2,35 Brian Bashore Vo Tech Brian Exec. Council Q35 . . . Audio Visual Q2,35 . . . Stage Crew Q2,35 . . . LIFE Club Q15 . . . Pep Club Q25 . . . Soccer Q1,2,35 . . . Track Ql,25 Robert Batdorf Vo Tech Bob VICAQ45 . . . BandQl,25 . . . Volleyball Club Q25 Rickey Batz Agriculture D Rick FFA Q3,45 . . . Fire Marshal Q45 Rickey E. Batz Richard Bausher Academic Ricky Karate Club11,2,35. . . Pep C1ub125. . .Ten- nis 11,2,3,45 Melanie Beidler Academic Mel DARDANIAN 145 . . . Nat'l Honor Society 13,45 . . . Hostess 145 . . . Band 11,2,3,45 . . . Band Pres. 145. . . Pep Band 11,2,3,45 . . . Chorus 12,3,45 . . . Mag. Capt. 13,45 . . . Gym Leader 145. . .LIFE Club 115 . . .Pep Club 125. . . jr. Class Play 135 . . . Hockey 11,2,3,45 . . . Hockey Co-Capt. 145 . . . Basketball Mgr. 12,3, 45 . . . Softball 11,2,3,45 . . . Softball Co- Capt. 145 Michele Bender Academic Michele Sr. Class Play 11,2,3,45 . . .jr. Class Play 1l,2,3,45. . .Chorus 11,2,35. . . Mag. Capt. 125 . . . Stage Crew 115 Patricia Benfer Academic Burf DARDANIAN 13,45 . . . Hostess 145 . . . Exec. Council 135 . . . Sr. Class Play 145 . . . jr. Class Play 11,35 . . .Chorus 11,2,3,45. . . Chorus Pres. 145 . . . Chorus Librarian125 . . . Flag Twirler 12,3,45 . . . Flag Twirler Capt. 13,45 . . . Mag. Capt. 13,45 . . . Gym Leader 145 . . . LIFE Club 115 . . . Pep Club 125 . . . Hockey11,2,3,45. . .HockeyCo-Capt. 145. . . Basketball 11,2,3,45 . . . Softball 115 Donna Bennethum Home Ec . Dee Hockey 115 . . . FHA 145 Kenneth Berger Vo Tech Berger King VICA 135 Vaughn Bohn Vo Tech Schmidt Gym Leader145 . . . Soccer1l,2,3,45. . .Soc- cer Co-Capt. 145 . . . Baseball 1l,2,3,45 Kerry Bond Academic Bondy Sedecim145 . . . Chorus 1l,2,3,45 . . . Fire Marshal 13,45 . . .Soccer125. . . Soccer Mgr. 135 . . . Soccer Scorekeeper135 Michele L. Bender Patricia A . Benfer Donna J. Bennethum Vaughn G . Bohn Kenneth G. Berger Kerry L. Bond james Boyd Academic Jim Gym Leader 145 . . . Basketball 1l,2,3,45 . . . Baseball 1l,2,3,45 Rachelle Burkhart Commercial Shelly DARDANIAN 13,45 . . . ILIAD135 . . . Jr. Miss Contender 145 . . . Class Pres. 135 . . . Class V. Pres. 125 . . . Class Treas. 145 . . . Exec. Council 13,45 . . . Sr. Class Play 13,45 . . . Ir. Class Play 13,45 . . . FBLA 135 . . . Chorus 1l,2,3,45. . . Chorus Sec. 125. . .Band 11,2, 3 I 3,45 . . . Pep Band 145 . . . Mag. Capt. 115 . . . ,H Student Store 145 . . . Ski Club 1l,2,35 . . . Pep Y Club125 . . .Track12,3,45 . . . Te11nis1l5. . . Q I, Cheerleader 1l,2,35 . . . Gym Leader 145 'f p A Ronda Burkholder -lf'-'fi' I Home Ec. Ron FHA 1l,2,3,45 jmes D. Boyd Michael Cheatham Agriculture Mike VICA 125 . . . FFA 13,45 . . . LIFE Club 115 Elizabeth Cooper Home Ec . Liz FHA 145 . . . Gym Leader 145 Mickey Cornelius Academic Mick Volleyball Club 125 . . . Soccer 11,25 . . . Bas- ketball 1l,2,3,45 . . . Baseball 11,2,3,45. . . Gym Leader 145 I 1 Douglas Cummings Academic Doug Fire Marshal 13,45 . . . Audio Visual 1l,2,35 . . . Stage Crew 1l,2,35 . . . Volleyball Club 11,25 . . . Soccer 11,25 Nancy Daubenspeck Commercial Nanc DARDANIAN 13,45 . . . ILIAD 12,35 . . . Class Sec. 145 . . . Exec. Council 145 . . . FBLA 135 Rache11eD. Burkhart . . . Chorus 115 . . . Student Store 145 . . . Hockey 115 ,lex A-,J-r' 1 J, 'ff' 4 haw: 2 Ronda A . Burkholder Michael A . Cheatham Elizabeth A . Cooper Mickey A. Cornelius Douglas S. Cummings Nancy J. Daubenspeck Br1an L. Delong Scott A. Dechert Todd L. Demmy X D gd T William A. Dickson Brian S- Downs James W . Doherty fh, Scott Dechert Vo Tech Chickenman Brian DeLong Academic Brian LIFE Club Q1 ,25 Todd Demmy Academic Todd DARDANIAN Q2,3,45 . . .ILIAD Q1,2,35. . . ILIAD Editor Q35 . . . Nat'l Honor Society Q3,45 . . . Nat'l Honor Society Pres. Q45 . . . Student Council Q45 . . . Sr. Class Play Q2,3,45 . . . Jr. Class Play Q35 . . . Chorus Q3,45 . . . Sedecim Q45 . . . Mag. Capt. Q25 . . . Stage Crew Ql,25 . . . Camera Cl-ub Ql,25 . . . Tennis Ql,2,45 William Dickson Industrial Arts Bill Audio Visual Q2,35 . . . Stage CrewQ1,2,35 . . . Ski Club Q2,35 , . . LIFE Club Q25 . . . Karate Club Ql,2,35 . . . Pep Club Q25 . . . Camera Club Q25 james Doherty Academic Doc Band Q15 . . . Audio Visual Q15 . . . Stage Crew Q15 . . . LIFE Club Q15 . . . Ski Club Ql,2,35 Brian Downs Commercial Brian Fire Marshal Q3,45 . . . LIFE Club Ql,25 . . . Pep Club Q25 . . . Soccer Ql,2,3,45 . . . Soccer Co-Capt. Q45 . . . Baseball Q2,3,45 . . . Audio Visual Ql,25 . . . Stage Crew Q25 Dwayne Dundore Vo Tech Dwayne VICA Q2,3,45 . . . Karate Club Q15 Edward Dundore Vo Tech Ed VICAQ3,45 . . . LIFE Club Q25 . . . Karate Club Ql , 2 , 35 Denise M. Fisher Tma M. Frantz Wayne A . Freeman Rodney D. Gerhart Gregory J. Goss Corale A . Greenwood Denise Fisher Academic Fish Nat'l Honor Society 13,45 . . . DECA 135 . . . LIFE Club 11,25 . . . Pep Club 125 Tina Frantz Home Ec Blondie FHA 145 . . . FHA sec. 145 Wayne Freeman Academic Wayne Gym Leader 13,45 . . . Stage Crew 125 . . . LIFE Club 115 . . . Soccer 1l,2,3,45 . . . Cross Country 145 . . . Track 1l,2,3,45 Rodney Gerhart Industrial Arts Fritz VICA 12,35 . . . Archery Club 11,25 Gregory Goss Academic Goss DARDANIAN13,45 . . . Exec. Council 145 . . . Chorus 1l,2,3,45 . . . Chorus Librarian 145 . . . Sedecim145 . . . Band 1l,2,3,45. . . Pep Band 1l,2,3,45. . . LIFE Club 11,25. . . Pep Club 125 . . . Fire Marshal 145 Lorene E. Hartz Corale Greenwood - g--W --, Academic Cory I DARDANIAN 13,45 . . . Student Council 1l,3,45 . . . Exec. Council 13,45 . . . Student Forum 145 . . . Sr. Class Play 1l,2,3,45. . . jr. Class Play1l,2,3,45 . . . Chorus 1l,2,3,45 . . . Color Guard 125 . . . Sedecim145 . . . Mag. Capt. 13,45 . . . Gym Leader 145 . . . Stage Crew 11, 2,35. . . SkiC1ub1l,2,35...PepC1ub125. .. Karate Club 115 . . . Track 12,3,45 . . . Tennis 115 . . . Cheerleader 1l,2,35 Lorene Hartz Home Ec Lori FHA 145 Douglas Hershey Industrial Arts Doug Gym Leader 145 . . . Audio Visual 11,25 . . . Douglas L, He,-,hey Stage Crew 1l,2,35 . . . LIFE Club 125 . . . Archery Club 125 . . . Pep Club 125 . . . Soccer 11,25 . . . Wrestling 125 . . . Track 1l,2,3,45 . . . Camera Club 125 Renee Hershey Commercial Renee DARDANIAN 43,45 . . . DARDANIAN C0-Editor Q45 . . . Nat'l Honor Society Q3,45 . . . Nat'1 Honor Society Sec.-Treas. Q45 . . . Student Council Q15 . . . Exec. Council Q35 . . . FBLA Q35. . .FBLA Sec. Q35. . .ChorusQ1,2,3,45. .. Chorus V. Pres. Q25 . . . Mag. Capt. Q15 . . . Student Store Q45 . . . Religion Club Q25 . . . Pep Club 425 . . . LIFE Club 415 Edward Himmelberger Vo Tech Ed VICA Q25 . . . Band Q15 . . . Pep Band Q15 . . . Cross Country Q15 . . . Track Q1,25 Gretchen Himmelberger Commercial Gretch FBLA Q3,45 . . . Student Store Q45 . . . Chorus Q1,2,3,45 . . . Band Q1,2,3,45 . . . Fire Mar- shal Q3,45 . . . Pep Club Q25 . . . Hockey Q2,3,45 . . . Softball 41,25 Peggy Himmelberger Home Ec . FHA Q45 . . . FHA President Q45 Eleanor Huey Home Ec . FHA Q45 . . . Majorette Q1,2,3,45 . . Club Q25 LeRoy Kerner Vo Tech VICA 43,45 . . . Fire Marshal Q35 . . C17 Judy Kissling Academic PGESY I Elly Archery Sparky Soccer Kissel DARDANIAN Q3,-45 . . . DARDANIAN Business Mgr. Q45 . . . Class Secretary Q15 . . . Class V. Pres. Q35 . . . Chorus Ql,2,3,45 . . .Chorus LibrarianQ25 . . .AccompanistQ2,45 . . . Color Guard Q2,3,45 . . . Color Guard Capt. Q45 . . . Mag. Capt. Q1,25 . . . Audio Visual Q1,25 . .- . Pep Club Q25 . . . Basketball Scorekeeper . . Q1,2,3,45 . . . Track Stat. Q2,3,45 . . . Randall Kis sling Academic ' 12.13. Student Council Q25 . . . Band Ql,2,35 . . . Gym Leader Q3,45 . . . Audio Visual Q25 . . . Stage Crew Q25 . . . LIFE Club Q25 . . .Pep ClubQ25 . . . Volleyball Club Q25 . . . Soccer Q15 . . . Basket- ball Ql,2,3,45. . .Baseball Q1,2,3,45 Baseball Co-Capt. Q35 . . . Fire Marshal Q45 Q'-M 1' ,Hg I R l 4 n l Gretchen A . Himmelberger i , Peggy S . Himmelberger ,s . 1, LeRoy K. Kerner I 1 Judy E . Kissling gf..-nn, Eleanor H. Huey ri 1, Randall D. Kissling Darlene C . Klahold Lisa L. Klopp Darlene Klahold Commercial Darlene FBLA Q35 . . . Student Store Q45 Lisa Klopp Academic Lisa Hostess Q45 . . . Chorus Ql,3,45 . . . Sedecim Q45 . . . Band Q1,2,3,45 . . . Pep Band Ql,2,3,45 . . . Mag. Capt. Q35 . . . Gym Leader Q45 . . . Pep Club Q25 . . . BasketballQl,2,3,45 . . . Soft- ball Ql5 . . . Tennis Q45 . . . Baseball Score- keeper Q2,3,45 Dana Koenig Vo Tech Buzz VICA Q2,35 Gregory Koenig Agriculture Greg FFA Ql,2,3,45 . . . FFA Sec. Q25 . . . FFA V. Pres. Q35 . . . FFA Pres. Q45 Lisa Kramer Vo Tech Lisa VICA Q2,3,45 . . . VICA Reporter Q45 . . . FHA Ql,25 . . . Stage Crew Q15 Joann Kreichbaum Commercial Jo DARDANIAN Q3,45 . . . Nat'lHonor Society Q3,45 . . . Hostess Q45 . . . Exec. Council Q45 . . . FBLA Q35 . . . FBLA Reporter Q35 . . . Class Treas. Q45 . . . Student Store Q45 . . . Student StoreMgr. Q45. . . Chorus Q1,2,3,45. . .Audio Visual Q25 . . . Library Club Q15 . . . Pep Club Q25 . . . Softball Ql,25 Michelle Krott Commercial Shelly Student Council Q15 . . . Exec. Council Q35 . . . Class Sec. Q35 . . . Class Treas. Q2,35 . . . FHA Q15 . . . FBLA Q85 . . . Student Store Q45 . . . ChorusQl,2,3,45 . . . Chorus V. Pres. Q45 . . . Band Q15 . . . Mag. Capt. Q35. . . Pep Club Q25 . . . Library ClubQl5 . . . Gym Leader Q45 . . . Track Stat. Q15 Andrew Kurtz Industrial Arts Andy Soccer Ql,25 . . . Fire Marshal Q45 NYE: 7 ini 'lip' I IW"- ' f X '5 0' xv .1 'lf 6 1 "f 5' Dana J. Koenig Gregory A . Koenig Lisa A . Kramer A ,, f:-gl Joann M. Kreichbaum Michelle E. Krott Andrew P. Kurtz Rua X Q 1 s. Y si n 4 x. .QQA ' Q il , . ' 1 L 1 ' Ronald W. Lebo I -f .Xt Grace E- Largent Michael w. Leininger Julie R. Lessig Nelson E. Lutz Darre11D. Luckenbill 1 1 Grace Largent Commercial Grace ILIAD Q21 . . . FBLA Q31 . . . Student Store Q41 . . . Mag. Capt. Q21 . . .LIFE ClubQl1. . . Pep Club Q21 . . . Cheerleader Q2,31 . . . Gym Leader Q41 . . . Tennis Q11 Ronald Lebo Commercial Ron Gym Leader Q41 . . . Pep Club Q21 . . . Soccer Ql,2,3,41 . . . Soccer Co-Capt. Q41 . . . Track Q2,3,41 . . . Basketball Ql,2,41 . . . LIFE Club Q21 . . . Ski Club Q21 . . . Archery Q21 . . . Wrestling Q31 . . . Baseball Q1,2,3,41 Michael Leininger Industrial Arts Mike LIFE Club Q11 julie Lessig Vo Tech Lupid VICA Q3,41 . . . VICA Advisor Q41 Darrell Luckenbill Academic Lerch Band Ql,2,3,41 . . .Pep Band Ql,21. . .Audio Visual Ql,21 . . . Stage Crew Ql,21 . . . LIFE Club Q21 . . . Pep Club Q21 . . . Fire Marshal Q41 . . . Gym Leader Q41 . . . Soccer Ql,21 . . . Cross Country Q31 . . . Basketball Q2,3,41 . . . Baseball Q1 ,2,3,41 Nelson Lutz Vo Tech Nelson VICA Q41 Janis Malsbury Academic Janis ILIAD Q2,31. . . Chorus Ql,2,3,41 . . . Gym Leader Q41 . . . Library Club Ql,2,31 . . . Pep Club Q21 . . . Basketball Q11 . . . Tennis Ql,2, 3,41 Lee Mays Vo Tech Lee VICA Q3 , 41 Carol D. Miller Betsy A. Moyer Sharon A . M111er Errol S . Moyer Jeanne L. Mowery Karen D . Moyer Martin C . Moyer Roxanne Newman Carol Miller Commercial C9101 DARDANIAN13,45 . . . FBLA 135 . . . Student Store 145 . . . Student Council 145 . . . Chorus 1l.2.3.4J- . .Hockevc1.2.3m Sharon Miller Commercial Sharon DARDANIAN13,45 . . . Hostess 145 . . . Sr. Class Play 13,45 . . . Jr. Class Play 13,45 . . . FBLA 135 . . . Student Store 145 . . . Chorus1l,2 3,45 . . .Band11,2,3,45 . . . PepBand1l,2,3,45 . . . LIFE C1ub1l5 . . . Library Club 13,45 . . . Pep Club 125 . . . Track 13,45 . . . Tennis 115 . . . Hockey Mgr. 13,45 . . . Gym Leader 145 . . . Mag. Capt. 145 Jeanne Mowery Commercial Jean ILIAD 125 . . . FBLA 135 . . . Student Store 135 . . . Chorus 1l,2,3,45 . . . Library Club 13,45 . . . Hockey 115 . . . Hockey Mgr. 125 Betsy Moyer Agriculture Bets ILIAD 11,25 . . . Exec. Council 145 . . .Student Forum 145 . . . Student Council 145 . . . FFA 13,45 . . .FFA Sec. 145 . . .Chorus 1l,2,3,45 Chorus Sec. 135 . . . Fire Marshal 13,45 . . . Library Club 11,2,3,45 . . . Pep Club 125 . . . Hockey 115 . . . Basketball Mgr. 1l,2,35 Errol Moyer A Vo Tech Scott DARDANIAN135 . . . Audio Visua1125 . . . Stage Crew 115 . . . LIFE Club 115 . . . Pep Club 125 . . . Cross Country 115 . . . Wrestling 115 . . . Track 125 Karen Moyer Vo Tech Karen VICA12,3,45 . . . FHA 125 Martin Moyer Agriculture Marty FFA1l,2,3,45 . . . FFAV. Pres. 145. . .FFA Treas. 135 . . . FFA Sentinal125 . . . Audio Visual 1l,2,35 Roxanne Newman Academic Rox DARDANIAN13,45 . . . Hostess 145 . . . Sr. Class Play 13,45 . . . Jr. Class Play 1l,2,3,45 . . . Chorus 1l,2,3,45. . . Sedecim145 . . . Band 11,2,3,45 . . .Pep Band 1l,2,3,45. . . Mag. Capt. 1l,2,3,45 . . . Gym Leader 145 Religion Club 125 . . . LIFE Club 115 . . . Pep Club 125 . . . Cross Country 145 . . . Track13,45 Brenda Nolt Academic Brenda DARDANIAN Q3,45 . . . Nat'l Honor Society Q3,45 . . . jr. Miss Q45 . . . Student Council Q35 . . . Student Forum Q45 . . . Student Council V. Pres. Q35 . . . Exec. Council Q45 . . . Class Pres. Q2,45. . . Sr. Class Play Q3,45 . . .jr. Class Play Q3,45 . . . Chorus Ql,25 . . . Flag Twirler Q2,3,45 . . . Gym Leader Q45 . . . Religion Club Q25 . . . Hockey Ql,2,35 . . . Soft- ball Q15 . . . Track Q25 Laurel Pappas Academic Pap DARDANIAN Q3,45 . . . Sr. Class Play Q3,45 . . . Chorus Ql,2,3,45 . . . Gym Leader Q45 . . . Religion Club Q25 . . . Track Q3,45 . . . Hockey Q45 . . . jr. Class Play Q3,45 Timothy Paulson Academic Tim Fire Marshal Q3,45 . . . Stage Crew Ql,25 . . . LIFE Club Ql,25 . . . Basketball Ql,2,3,45 . . . Baseball Ql,2,3,45 . . . Gym Leader Q45 Fern Peiffer Academic Fern DARDANIAN Q35 . . . Gym Leader Q45 . . . Stage Crew Q15 . . . LIFE Club Q25 . . . Karate Club Ql,2,35 . . . Volleyball Club Q25 . . . Track 63,45 Jodi Peiffer Commercial Jodi Hostess Q45 . . . FBLA Q35 . . . Student Store Q45 . . . Chorus Q2,3,45 . . . Religion Club Q25 . . . LIFE Club Q25 . . . Library Club Q45 . . . Volleyball Club Q25 Denise Pinkerton Home Ec . Pinkie FHA Q45 Debra Prescott Vo TeCh Prescott DARDANIAN Q3,45 . . . ILIAD Q15 . . . VICA Q2,3,45 . . . VICA Reporter Q35 . . . FHA Q15 . . . Stage Crew Q15 . . . Library Club Q15 . . . Camera Club Q25 ' Richard Printz Academic Richard Nat'l Honor Society Q3,45 . . . Class V. Pres. Q15 . . . Band Ql,2,3,45. . .Band Sec.-Treas. Q45 . . . Pep Band Ql,25 . . . Volleyball Club Q25 . . . Cross Country Q45 . . . BasketballQl,2, 3,45 . . . Track Q3,45 . . . Gym Leader Q45 Timothy E. Paulson Denise J. Pinkerton Fern H. Peiffer Debra J. Prescott Jodi E. Peiffer Q Richard L. Printz Www' Jeffrey Purcell Vo Tech Purcy Karate 115 Roger Reber Academic Roger Band 11,2,3,45. . .Pep Band 1l,2,3,45 . . . Volleyball Club 125 . . . Fire Marshal 145 Ronald Reber Academic Ron Nat'l Honor Society 13,45 . . . Gym Leader 13,45 . . . LIFE Club 125 . . . Soccer 12,3,45 . . . Cross Country13,45. . . Baseball 125. . . Tennis 1l,3,45 Jolene Rebman Jeffrey A. Purcell Commercial jo 3' 2 3, .ffaitli F A 'Ts ., I-X Roger J. Reber 4, FBLA 135 . . . Student Store 145 . . . Mag. Capt. 1l,2,3,45 . . . Audio Visual 11,25 . . . Pep Club 125 . . . LIFE Club 125 Susan Reinhart Academic Sue Gym Leader 145 . . . Stage Crew 115 . . . LIFE Club 11,25 . . . Pep Club 125 . . . Track 13,45 . . . Cheerleader 12,35 . . . Mag. Capt. 145 Bonnie Ritchie Commercial Rabbit Student Store Mgr. 145 . . . Student Store 145 . . . FBLA 135 . . . FHA 125 . . . Chorus 13,45 Tamara Ritzman Vo Tech Rugged DARDANIAN13,45 . . . VICA 12,45 . . . Pep Club 1 5 Thomas Robinson Academic Robo Fire Marshal 13,45 . . . Karate Club 115 . . . Tennis 11 ,25 gl'-' R fi TF' -V ' 4 , r . 'N xg A "-H Whiz Ronald M. Reber Jolene T. Rebman . '1 FL Bonnie L. Ritchie Tamara J. Ritzman ,J gf .f Susan K. Reinhart f'A EL Thomas W. Robinson ,-'MQ -Q n N x X, 1 F' Carrie L. Saunders Beth A - Roth Joy A . Scheirer ! -Vwlv-,V -V ',4,, ,. ' LHQ' -Q A-1, or L PR Suzanne R. Schlegel John C . Schucker Terry L. Schucker Beth Roth Academic Beth Band Ql,2,35 . . . Hockey Ql,2,35 . . . Basketball Q2,35. . .Softball Ql,2,35 Carrie Saunders Academic Carbo ILIAD Q35 . . . Mag. Capt. Q25 . . . Gym Leader Q45 . . .Ski Club Q2,35 . . .Pep Club Q25. . . Track Q25 . . . Tennis Q15 . . . Cheerleader Q1,2,35 joy Scheirer Commercial joyful DARDANIAN Q3,45 . . . ILIAD Q1,2,35 . . . FBLA Q35 . . . Chorus Ql,2,3,45 . . . LIFE ClubQ15 . .. Library Club Q15 . . . Pep Club Q25 . . . Tennis Q15 . . . Tennis Mgr. Q25 . . . Gym Leader Q45 . . . Student Store Q45 Suzanne Schlegel Academic Sue DARDANIAN Q3,45 . . . Hostess Q45 . . . Band Ql, 2,3,45 . . . Pep Band Ql,2,3,45 . . . Pep Club Q25 . . . Softball Q15 . . . jr. Class Play Q35 john Schucker Academic john Nat'l Honor Society Q3,45 . . . Sr. Class Play Q2,3,-45 . . . jr. Class Play Q2,3,45 . . . Chorus Q1,2,3,45 . . . Sedecim Q2,3,-15 . . .Accom- panist Ql,2,3,-45 . . . Band Q1,2,3,45 . . . LIFE Club Q15 . . . County Chorus Ql,2,3,-45 . . . Dist- rict Chorus Q1,2,3,45 . . . Regional Chorus Q2, 3,45 . . . State Chorus Q3,45 . . . All-Eastern Seaboard Q35 . . . District Band Q35 . . . District Grchestra Q25 Terry Schucker Vo Tech Schuck Scotty Seiverling Agriculture Sie FFA Q1 ,2,3,45 Tammie Seiverling Vo Tech Sie DARDANIAN 43,45 . . . student Council Q2,3,45 . . . Exec. Council 445. . .VlCAQ2,3,-15. . . FHA Q25 Todd P. Shartle Robert E. Z . Smith Debra A. Shreiner Darren M. Snyder Jeffrey W. Smith 1, ,f , 4 ! '. 'll Felecia A . Snyder 1lX 4 L wif Suzanne B. Snyder Kenneth E. Stamm Todd Shartle Agriculture Todd FFA Ql,2,3,45 . . . Fire Marshal Q45 Debra Shreiner Commercial Deb ILIAD Q25 . . . Chorus Ql,2,3,45 . . . Religion Club Q25 . . . Library Club Q25 . . . Pep Club Q25 . . . FBLA Q35 . . . Student Store Q45 . . . FHA Q15 Jeffrey Smith Commercial Schmitt DARDANIAN Q35 . . . ILIAD Q15 . . . Student Council Q25 . . . Chorus Ql,2,3,45 . . . Sedecim Q2,3,45 . . . County Chorus Ql,2,3,45 . . .Dis- trict Chorus Q2,3,45 . . . Regional State Chorus Q2,3,45 . . . Band Ql,25 . . . Audio Visual Q25 . . . Stage Crew Ql,25 . . . Religion Club Ql,25 . . . Library Club Ql,25 . . . Pep Club Q25 . . . Volleyball Club Q25 . . . Soccer Mgr. Q25 . . . Basketball Mgr. Ql,25 . . . Tennis Q15 Robert Smith Industrial Arts Bob Darren Snyder Vo Tech Bones VICA Q3,45 Felecia Snyder Academic Snyder DARDANIAN Q3,45 . . . DARDANIAN Co-Editor Q45 . . . Exec. Council Q35 . . . Sr. Class Play Q45 . . . Jr. Class Play Ql,3,45 . . . Chorus Ql,2,3,45 . . . Chorus Pres. Q25 . . . Chorus Librarian Q45 . . . Sedecim Q2,3,45 . . . Band Ql,2,3,45 . . . Band V. Pres. Q45 . . . Pep Band Q1,2,3,45. . . Mag. Capt. Ql,2,45. . . Gym Leader Q45 . . . Religion Club Q25 . . . LIFE Club Q15 . . . Pep Club Q25 . . . I-IockeyQl,2,3,45 . . . Softball Q15 Suzanne Snyder Academic Torp Mag. Capt. Q35 . . . Fire Marshal Q3,-45 . . . Gym Leader Q45 . . . Ski Club Q2,35 . . . Pep Club Q25 Kenneth Stamm Vo Tech Ken Track Q15 Sharon Steigerwald Commercial Nat'l Honor Society 13,45 . . . FBLA 135 Student Store 145 . . . Chorus 1l,2,3,45 Audio Visual 125 . . . Library Club 115 . . . Capt. 125 . . . Pep Club 125 . . . Tennis Sherry Mag. 115 Sally Steinhauer Academic Sall Y Nat'l Honor Society 13,45 . . . Hostess 145 . . . Exec. Council 145 . . . Class V. Pres. 145 . . . Chorus 12,3,45 . . . Sedecim145 . . . Band1l,2, 3 45 Pep Band 11 2 3 45 Mag , . . . , , , . . . . p 125. . . Gym Leader 145 . . . Audio Visual 11,25 Ca t. . . . LIFE Club 115 . . . Pep Club 125 . . . Bas- ketball 1l,2,3,45 . . . Tennis 1l,2,3,45 Steve Stephan Academic Steve Nat'l Honor Society 13,45 . . . Nat'l Honor Society V. Pres. 145 . . . Student Council 125 . . . . Student Council Sec. 125 . . . Class Pres. 115 . . . Sr. Class Play 12,3,45. . .Jr. Class' Play 13,45 . . . Mag. Capt. 1l5 . . . Fire Marshal 13,45 . . . LIFE Club 125 . . . LIFE Club Sec. 125 . . . Volleyball Club 125 . . . Vol- leyball Club Treas. 125 . . . Tennis 11,2,3,45 Lori Stoudt Academic Band 1l,2,3,45. . . LIFE Club 115. . . ball 115 Edwin Strauss Vo Tech Baseball 115 ' Brenda Strickler Vo Tech I VICA 13,45 David Svvan Vo Tech Stoudtie Soft- Edwin Brenda Swanny jr. Class Play 12,3,45 . . . VICA12,3,45 Tennis 1l,2,3,45 Stephanie V indich Commercial FBLA 135 . . . Student Store 145 Steph Steve C. Stephan Edwin I. Strauss Lori E. Stoudt iq? , "Sif- N. 64' vw ,. Dav1d W . Swan -Brenda L. Strickler Stephanie J. Vindich r ""4"W Barry R. Weaver Dale O. Weaver Barry Weaver Academic Barry DARDANIAN 13,45 . . . Sr. Class Play 12,35 . . . Jr. Class Play 12,3,45 . . . Fire Marshal 13,45 . . . Audio Visual 11,25 . . . Stage Crew 1l,2,3,45 . . . LIFE Club 11,25 . . .Archery Club 115 . . . Ski Club 1l,2,35 . . . Pep Club 125 . . . Soccer1l,2,3,45. . .Wrestling1l,25 . .. Baseball 11,25 . . . Track 13,45 Dale Weaver Industrial Arts Weave Stephen Weaver Academic Steve Gym Leader 145 . . . LIFE Club 125 . . . Basket- ball 1l,2,3,45. . .Baseball 1l,2,3,45 Diann Weik Agriculture Diann ILlAD1l,2,35. . . FFA13,45 . . . Chorus 1l,2, 3,45 . . . Mag. Capt. 135 . . . Library Club 1l,2,3,45 . . .Basketball Mgr. 1l,2,35 Eileen Woolf Vo Tech Eileen VICA 12,35 . . . FHA 115 Bradley Yeich Vo Tech Moony Boy Stage Crew 115 . . .'Baseball 115 Clarence Zerbe Academic Clarence Nat'l Honor Society 13,45 . . . Volleyball Club 125 Kevin Zerbe Vo Tech Zerb VICA 13,45 . . . Soccer 12,3,45 Stephen R. Weaver Diann I.. Weik Eileen S. Woolf P 1 l g,fn'S"Sx,X Bradley E- Yeich Clarence T. Zerbe Kevin C. Zerbe Michael Zerbe Industrial Arts Mike Band Ql,25 . . . LIFE Club QI5 Susan Ziegler Academic Sue DARDANIAN Q3,45 . . . DARDANIAN Business Mgr. Q45 . . . Nat'l Honor Society Q3,45 . . . Hostess Q45 . . . Jr. Miss Contender Q45 . . . Sr. Class Play Q45 . . . jr. Class Play Q35 . . . Chorus Ql,2,3,45 . . . Sedecim Q3,45 . . . Band Ql,2,3,45 . . . Pep Band Ql,2,3,45 . . . Religion Club Q25 . . . LIFE Club Q15 . . . Pep Club Q25 . . . Band Sec. Q45 . . . Mag. Capt. Q45 . . . Hockey QI ,2,35 MISSING: Mark Adams Patrick McDonough Joseph Spangler I ' MERICA o A J q A. VL ' --473 , I fc, . L, , 1 . , X I ffff .. - ' ' Q ' " 1 Xb! 71' VM ' L in P 1 B of ." 5 A X f L, .1 V ' -i1 "" s" "' "1 feel good all under." EMERbtNue uwn ' """:' ' T: Concentration -r "They're coming to take me away. " .1 - at lf 'V I , Y .. 'ivia A 3 -+3 x A - f ' ' . Q. Ya SAY' L3 , 4 e 'QELEM if "And then I said . . . " 'vu-H- M X Kerry Bond Jimmy Boyd Shelly Burkhart Ronda Burkholder Michael Cheatham Liz Cooper Mickey Cornelius Doug Cummings Nancy Daubenspeck Scott Dechert Brian DeLong Todd Demmy Bill Dickson Jim Doherty Brian Downs Dwayne Dundore Mark A dams Dory Althouse Mark A zemar Delores Baker Dale Balthaser Alan Bashore Brian Bashore Bob Batdorf Rickey Batz Richard Bausher Mel Beidler Michele Bender Pat Benfer Donna Bennethum Kenny Berger Vaughn Bohn I is Eddie Dundore Denise Fisher 'Wayne Freeman Fritz Gerhart Corale Greenwood Doug Hershey Renee Hershey Ed I-Iimmelberger Peggy Himmelberger LeRoy Kerner Judy Kissling Gretchen Himmelberger Randy Kissling Darlene Klahold Lisa Klopp Dana Koenig Greg Koenig Lisa Kramer Joann Krei chbaum Shelly Krott Andy Kurtz Grace Largent Ron Lebo Mike Leininger Brenda Lempergel Julie Lessig Darrell Luckenbill Nelson Lutz M Denise Pinkerton Deb Prescott Richard Printz jeff Purcell Roger Reber Ron Reber Jolene Rebman Susan Reinhart Bonnie Ritchie Tammy Ritzman Tom Robinson Beth Roth Carrie Saunders joy Scheirer Sue Schlegel John Schucker rl ,, Janis Malsbury Lee Mays Patrick McDonough Carol Miller Sharon Miller Jeanne Mowery Betsy Moyer Errol Moyer Karen Moyer Martin Moyer Roxanne Newman Brenda Nolt Laurel Pappas Tim Paulson Fern Peiffer Jodi Peiffer 7 Edwin Strauss Brenda Strickler Dave Swan Stephanie Vindich Barry Weaver Dale Weaver Steve Weaver Diann Weik Eileen Woolf Brad Yeich Clarence Zerbe Kevin Zerbe Mike Zerbe Sue Ziegler Terry Schucker Scotty Seiverling Tammie Seiverling Todd Shartle Debbie Shreiner Jeff Smith Bob Smith Darren Snyder Felecia Snyder Sue Snyder Joe Spangler Ken Stamm Sharon Steigerwald Sally Steinhauer Steve Stephan Lori Stoudt Sjib' -44 IN MEMGRY OF . . . Paul QButchD A. Beissel Ir. Nov. 17, 1959 - Apr. 20, 1976 "ln one sense there is no death. The life of a soul on earth lasts beyond his departure, you will always feel that life touching yours, that voice speaking to you, that spirit looking out of other eyes, talking to you in the familiar things he touched, Worked With, loved as familiar friends. He lives on in your life and in the lives of all others that knew him." Angelo Patri 154 ' Cfficers: fsit-tingy Brenda Nolt, pres.g Shelly Burk- hart, treas.3 fstandingj Nancy Daubenspeck, sec.g Joann Kreichbaum, ass't treas. 5 Sally Steinhauer, v. pres. Class Flower: Black-eyed Susan Class Colors: Black and Gold Class Motto: "Accept me as I am so That I can learn what I can become." -- Anonymous Class Song: FREEBIRD -- Lynyrd Skynyrd Advisors: fsittingl Mr. Hoffman, Mr. Scar- pignato, fstandingj Mr. Rentschler, Miss Chesonis. pi Sr. Exec. Council: fsittingj Shelly Burkhart, Brenda Nolt, Sally Steinhauer, Joann Kreichbaum, fstandingj Nancy Daubenspeck, Greg Goss, Betsy Moyer, Corale Greenwood, Kenny Stamm, Bill Dickson, Tammie Sieverling. l -.,.1 .a BQ - f T. .,p"Y 9 ' -1 , .,., ' n m 'd L, M, h' I -V N 'mal-1 - L 'Sis-T 'I I my N! l . 5, i H Y , - nl ' I Q Q! QQ A ,A ,LJ Y.:-an-5 iq 1 45 HQ. er ' ' '. ' 1 -A - -Y Q - G 2623 f 'W In ' r lx, , 0 an , U. 1 4' ' 1' V 16 3' -A D L -as 1- 1 'Y- I- U 4 .- 4: . 4 . lg- l, 1 , Mt" 'fr ff"'Qi'gl . -L ,gg - -fl P - ' ff5:,3g2,f-y ,1 r A.AA ,,.,,- 2: : lE nf.. . , N' lf' " If "' X V' 551 ' Ni . wma x..4i'Nu1W"'?" H' iv- V I-2 1 f- ,' "sp , ,:::- ?F I U , , A 'Ile ' :Y K .ai 13. T T P1 ,gfligii Denise Andrews Sandra Baumann Wesley Beissel Dale Bicher Peter Angstadt' Lori Bare Richard Beck Lori Beidler Brad Benfer Bonnie Bennethum Randall Blatt Audrey Bomberger S if in ix ,X R, ' x 'Wi 1 ' 5 I NO d PHO .337 I! f 9 0 ,ffxxlari ix 3 ,- llh ,V Y I! f? pe ,ff 'lie .If K 1 2 M i Lift A? ' WSIXN A 1 gm if-' 'R 1' c,l QJ, X X u '52 111, wa' Lb, ",.. ,""L: ,1 3 -ff ' ' PYUH5 4 i I Junior class advisors: fseatedj Miss Wilhelm, Mr. Scheirer, fStand- ingj Mr. Hepner, Mr. Schwartz, Mr. Crim. Junior class officers: Verine Davis, Presg Bonnie Ehrnfeldt, Treasg Philip Troutman, V. Pres. 4 7' 5 1 u Eh: ..r. X Y . W n - 1 -14 ., 1 fm G lgx -3- wi Q ,' , Q ' xv: K xx "I 5 lx ff I 5 X Itx x I,' mek I vt ' . a X .1 1 mu . - 1,4 ' wi: .L .W ms :lg - I -el 1 'L' - r , 'A -.Tfw ' V ,N 1.45 IJQF-, ' ,:iL,: a 1 - - I wg C mm A n .rs 'J 5 K tl 'y ' N FL - Q Denise Bordner Cynthia Boyer Phyllis Bressler Stephan Bross Gene Brown Kelly Brown Walter Brown Brad Bubbenmoyer Juanita Bulliner Greg Care Melissa Clay Randall Coleman C? 1, .. ,,, 1 . I , . "' I ' Y Michael Bonnie Q If ' -4 . . Dennis Cornelius Davis M 1 Verma Dawg Degler , I A iw ng - -Y, f X ' ' ttf:-aa.. '33 - ', ' 'T xl .... , , 4 " ,,' 7" ,. Xe x . I f M Q A' a wiht' W X' fe 'bn JK -4. -f' I Joseph Timothy Mitchell Michael Devine Diamond Dieffenbach Downs - 7: '75 A A , 1 ,jfs I Q- D X A 7 h 7 ,U W "Q- , ' , 4 7 . awww 2 , Faye Kimberly ,,A d . ,, Steven Thomas Doyle Dreisbach n now I will tell you a story. . . Dubbs Dundore .gx 1 V., , 4- ,h :Qi A y M qj M 2 af. ' 1' 'P 1 fi 'iii , 1 'Q ' , 4 Bonnie Susan Dennis John N wi , X Ehrnfeldt Farnsworth Faust Flannery I 3 'fs -ef-f Q' an . 5 I 'A f Tj "Schoo1 isn't all that bad!" , .v . N X e i y '.'- ,X X4-fhxg, ' K 1 l L i gg I I gggdra Aida Frantz fjjjftjfd Karen Gay , 5 f Q maj in ufpif Y f' 2 6 . 7' ds' 3.39 D' 1 AV V r . N ,. A! 4' JM ,'NyXQg.,,'mY',4355 , Q. 1 . . . 1 'M-wr I R d 11 Ramona cggriig John Geib Kris Gila Ginder "Next, add two eggs- " ,KM-ff Aa MA C Fl rol G ood A , , .fa ' .fs . .4 I - - -. fi-2199 fm 1:1537 Lim' y Grumbinu yvisyii? ay' " -,I :Z 1, Ronald Heffner Crystal Graeff '-s la - X'-., ' y W ibmnffx-J I Daryl Hnrnish - ,, Q3 ' 1 5 Holly HetriCk Bonnie gets into the swing of things. , .f"f'L ' fi J' -"3 'V 19-11- Wf..-5, Xi. -FSX5-ffvg . n, fu, 1 Q 51615. Q.1!f5'ff'Q" 1 if TY:-"ZA N 3' David Dennis Himmelbergel' I-Iimmelberger hu .' ? U "But Mas We'11wash our hands and feet!" A T I D N V h A1 f- I." xfig-,ii'. 'l . Q: e-ff? 'FQ if , . Clarence Debra Hoffert g Hoffert, III Kendall "Kiss me, you fool!" Howe, . , H1-if ., , avi- ! Q . YH-B '14 sm I' Sena?-A J i Tina Hulsizer 1 " ,-, r - - fi-T 9 F . n D-.4 as J - JL . '- ng. ,Lv 3.2 ' ' ' 1' 1:51 ' . H, 1:1 !j,u ,,' fl -1 " Vi J' Dennis Greenwood 4 5. 1 -use ,X ,Y ff' H -J a Lyle I-Ieberling Q, an -X 5, Scott Hetrick L. Q X 1 Vicki Himmelberger no rudro ' .3 ZX' HJ 2. Leah Hoover i 1225 flifiv- K' '1' Wesley Keener "U"u5 - 7 ,, -' -n w Christina Groff 'lil ' - af a :L i " S4 'V 'li J an . ii -. . :BLK , 1, ani Xiu" f . " I , Penny He ffner - 1 ,K n,. L' .M .4 Q' .' f V. 1 Benjamin Himmelberger M25 r fi ..-me -' P, . 'f Barry Hoffert ,al H X 'I Lowrie Hotzman 'Q Q. FQ , fl X X 'cs N Lisa Keeney in foe! L '-:- . Q N " AWA ,I 'Qi John Keller 'Q-'Z gk I ' a5..'7k"" Y .-u lu ABI Karen Keller it xl '. -r :. 1 X , X X X7 Beth Killinger fm 3' X4-p ,ft- of 4060, '. j 'T TZ. K M UT John Kern X David Kiebach ' 55? I 1 Mark Kieffer 1 'il ,. 1 ff' I X. G eorge Kiene Clifford King T' 'fl- l - . D f it . 'w Jo anne Kirkhoff .heyy H U L 1 cgi ' -xv 4 I X Hx, . N . v-9 2 Peter Kreitler David Keith , Kleinfelter Kline N L i - , H Timothy 5 I 1 I ' ' N Kreitz Joel Kirkhoff Kathy Kissling ii I Lisa Lebo P4 df. ' I I 5 1 'f .I KL f Q : Jeffrey Luckenbill Q 1. 'U' - N :rl f 5 4. X ,-4' Scott Lutz Bonnie Marsh ,G 1-.. av. .f -'A ' 'T , .J ELT! 11. David McC arthy ,mf .. '55-fq., 1. 1 13 Kenneth Miller Starr Miller . " V77 s .121 V tango x Stephan Miller 1 .- - - "' ln .S S , h Scott Mogel 1 N0 PHO 3 l I J Q5 f 5 Debra fiir Wade MOXAITCF ' Q" Rover ,L 8 fn Y Q ml - f- Ricky , Mary - , fl ' Moyer E Reifsnyder f ' 1 A -' . ,,, , , .x Q " -'E f .Sglfg N'-lf Dale lvl? -. I ,Mil . 1 1 W 1 MOYe1' J il Sherrie Robert F' Ruch Xl ,X Rank Reed 4' ax f, R K ' f , Ui , Sy , Sonya Scott FZ..- ak ' Myer Ritchie "' . 4' lm L... f 1 55 ' Vi. .7 Keith 5 K-1, Gary Mover 'X I P .. Rudy F " ' Q fi, I . r ' . N . i 1 in-5. Sandra Mark ' Phillipy u X K Rigux T " Q! i ' ff i ,i i I i' f I V-----' 1 .i - ' Q if Lucinda 1 . ' Q9 John Mvver .L gy 5 sack, III nr, j . .- A mx! R Q G ' i 93 Gam' 1 v' Gina lc, V g ' X , Rabel' Rodino " 7' Z UN as P3111 'l George Mover T' - S attazahn X, , , .E , .-.Yi P! W 4 I - Laverne '-2' - M' h 1 I a 'L '::f" Ramberger N ,N K Rgflniai 1 '-'ur . V fp s rj QxBX'RN ' Ralph Karen MOYGI' Schock ix' IW J f r Y :W F' 2? Darryl Sheidy ff N X N J! . L 1 Pamela Shirlc f 1' in-of Cynthia Stoudt Glen Swope digg. , :fl 'Y ' , E2 Eliafifif Philip Troutman as WNV' Y lnlgrf D are 11 S howalt er 6,15 ,lt fit X . - 1l 'Z 9-l' f-412: Lisa Ste inhauer Richard Strauss '-.-.' 1- : Q ,mm I . Lisa Sherk "' -.- , .'-A 1.. -1-- . 4 . . . QE?" ,znwszghfghxipk '61 la 4. Q ll 1 Judy gi -. Snyder , ,, Brenda Stamm r TQ, ri'.g.v: I 'il 'E AJ i U 'T Sue ,NH .1 Sternberg wgj Randy '71 1' Stoudt :gl Y X : Y - N: .A , I , 4 Barbara Strunk Linda Sweitzer n . 113-3 1 .Al-. 1 f , Stephen S nyder A, X93 ly. K Ward S toudt Q 5, Elaine Tr autm an elif " - . ' NHPYF 3, we-' ."' Mary S hirk IN. '21 -. 1 249. Bruce Unbenhauer - 1 - su. 5. , ' 'Q Cole TBITV Underkoffler J Wagner '53 ,Q , 7' - ....- QA - -- , N xxx , '1""'i':' IX fi? ' 'V' . riqpq 5 , J I ,iii .' fx. " V "fy-E,-' me C . az .C W W- l Ricky . Curtls Walmer ' Wallace Cynthia 9? 4 Warmer - 4-f. -, . ff N ll I f A N0 . 02.9 , X PHOTO ug Q. f 'U' S7 Kevin 'I Q I Carol X ' pi' Wanner A 6 .- Wealand 1 ' X ' I ' lb , Alan R d 11 Kimberly Weaver wists Wildman Y iso Q. x L fwkliv. ,QC 1 N Tv ,..... I x V Sharon Martin Wise Witman N ,T xi ' 7 Kiay Lisa Ziegler Junior Executive Council: fseatedj Philip Troutman, Verine Davis, Bonnie Ehrn- Zlegler feldt. Standing-Bonnie Marsh, Karen Schock, Ralph Moyer, Pam Shirk, Cindy Moyer. Junmfwfz ' 'xx 4-u In ' Lunipik ff! at , X X, 1' if A., fl f 1 if s ' fp DX TQQQQ Dennis Andrews john Bailey David Balthaser Frank Bare Ann Bashore Gary Bashore Justine Bashore Jeffrey Behney Donald Beissel Angel Benfer Dennis Berger Russell Berger x in .4 HY- ' 1 ., n A 'fy 4- Y. V V ' x Q I , 'pig' 'o-ng rv' 5 u L, Q.. r A' 'I . l 4 ,Y A if . ,, T- -, A Ji I Q' X if , 'C ,Q in ii fe 'N ,,' . D' ,. fi an X l - - . z 1 ' 3 ix r, 3 ' 1 X ' 1: 4' 1 'Xl -' A 2. A4 X. Sophomore class advisors: Mrs. Kline, Mrs. Balthaser, Mr Feaser, Mr. Winter. Sophomore class officers: Lisa Oakman, Treas.g Kevin Rem- ley, Pres.g Doris Hershey, V. Pres.g Angel Benfer, Sec. '4 1 ,- A , ,... f- d""' 1,1 -- , - ,'i-'me L , . ,,,,.x avg ff. ...' BQ fi' S 1 7 2 K' Q., .,- 'F' N f -LQ U - sl' . 'Q r . ifff- ' X Af X! I!!! ff- -:S ,f 7 M ' in o"' 5 Y rg ,V - Y W ir- fA le. Q M J"g.l Al Q Lg jk ff' XX, X xx 4 N 'H I, i ze- , V be , , X B 41 1 ff ."' EY-1t"v ,, A, 5.1 17. Christine Bicher Karen Boltz Bradley Borch Brian Bross Penny Bicksler Nancy Boltz Bret Boyer Richard Brown ,- ,o- 2. . sf . mn., -f J David Binner David Bond Barry Bross Ronald Brown rua , ' Ir' 3' .ir .,-, -Al! l- i 4.- X -. "'1 1 -gr, lx ' I 1 x Bonnie Collins Ruby Deitzler 4-Q c.x fi A '.afk'Q gem ,I rd ir . 3, Paul C lauser John Doherty in , Q... kL.fT,, ,, ,Zi qw 41-M- N , . I aw.. - -5 i , Karen xx Brush fl , A V If P. Troy - Brown I nj C 3:- ,i at Q Little Jack Horner? 2' Tammy Claman HE- 4, , I K if 'Rf 'S-s ,5. fi n -'L 1:-r I Q A 1,4 Af f I Jeanette ' C' ' R L M7 z X- Ebersole X3 "', ' 5, Gregory Kevin Donough ia is Downs iz f ',. Z ,- ,,. V NO Puoro Deborah Clay Q. h , QI in fx 'P , V 5521551 ' Darryle Cummings Elise -W Dieffenbach 6 .aw 'gif' ' ' Y ' . 4, Q1 1' J I 4 'xy i ' 1 Donna Fisher Randolph Fisher se h G4 ..., ,, Doreen Fabich Steven Fox-ry 54 v- p , I X 'W .ew Bruce 27 . Diane ,, I Emerick X' Evans 3 .1, iq is Dennis Vg., .. Emerich V ' ,-by ., , 'JI , 4. ' 1 4 fr-N IA 5 Q I- 4. ,AV lx., , I Scott G erberich 'X xl William G ilg '91, J. 4:- 4,, my l I. 1 .' ur lx!!! fl fn ' L. Theresa G ett le vX , f R X VV Michele F edora .Q QQ. is 1, , 'S Debra 'f up Gassert lf. 4, K 5 N j Duane I Fisher Barry Fornwalt , .le ,Ati --- '5x.,,f-'! Wh, tv l i' .- 4 1 f fl fi , 1 .. N - '-ri' . .fiifmf , I J. - 1 3' . , ' ,,1"P:" E x . if .fr V-.f, , ' ' Jlrf- Rv I -N , 5,5 " ,1,1' l -Y . :fij,1:. Rf f 1 ' 15515,-Q 4:1 f JF' X 11' V-:gi .5-, ' '-Elan: V 'ifgf' .nhl 1' R --il. l.U,-nit' P 56, . X Q nfl A Wanda Gingrich .fmt 1 TG IW NO 0 !!E1. s ri. A nne Goda Nancy Patricia Good Gggd ,Q --9: - V' ' f- wa x - xx -1: . f '1 , x W 1'3 A'1?:,-Q. -M ps A , ,Q A" Q.- - 'C-34 . if ,I " I7 . A, Ev X ,4,, . ,J JN fl A f f - .Em Joan Terry Jeffrey Greenwood Gross Guenther Q-4:2 L, , .- ., X4 Y v , -, L. -'ky X Amy Dean Q' Li Harrison Heberling jeffrey Kline 'L 4 .5- .-N .L Karen I-Ioffert le .., 1 ' 'sf 1- N A Dor1s B1-1an Dale Hershey H1mme1berger Hymmelberggr ,z ,I Z1 Mary Houck , -. ,n 'f kr ,. N.-w' , X-- Ml A lan Kohr I J ig. 5. xg.,- ix . if 4' if YF 'aghiiitlrb 23 2 Eugene Kramer -we K3 " x Roger Kreiser 11,5 .-.- f ' - 1' i ,Q HOL ,V vc' 6 'yo f K .1 r,x , . h rw Elizabeth Kress .' I1 '51 X, 51' . .4 344, "v:'- 'W - ' ' as L M , ' 4: ' Y ,L Marilyn Suzanne Krill Lake Q , x 4 YL, X Micha el Leonard W V1 Bruce Lisa Largent Todd Leininger G ary Leonhard Loeb Steven Lucke nbi11 4 I I 1 , , ef. . . . .4 - ,Q-fag". . v f ,I Justina Loump Steven Kreitz .F 1 to L'-2? L X.. Afwx N., ...f - .L Q A 1 Q. L Lori Kramer f 5: Is? Q Darvin E Lutz Craig Luckenbill :LQ ' 4 'Vg A in .. Sir ' N0 'A 4 NOTO Pnoro W' I . . Q: L U Q . g LJQ M f - I Q5 - S G ,' Q l - X I 756 s G -'Wh up Q Q 1 5 L54 lean- fa ' fb I Judith Deborah Karen Cecelia Malsbury Martinez Meyer Miller ' , fl A J' 'I' av I ,gi If l Gerald Joanne Susan john Miller Miller V YY W Y Miller Moser 5 if f To? 1. Lggr I 3 5 s H ' X f f n. g LA' 1 R I 'X il t K? ' f 1' 'V Kathy Kenneth ,,,,, Mark Randolph Moyer Moyer Moyer Moyer v 9 'Q A a xx-.. - f I" ,I " X A ,- gf Dawn Ivy y Connie Pierce Newman Nicholson I a Nolt Nye 'Wl"1"7 Q ' 'Z . f ' , c..- , Y as .- , M ' Ng' v gg M . ,M X ' f EZ: V . ' ,f.-'X' ' v ,. Lisa Kim Mary Michael Oakman Olesh , - 'br Orendo Oswald W 1 I .ISP '-'. ,Q,,. A M. F' f F? f 7 h K , 1 N 1 .. .-- Z ' xi'2.vJ' y - X f A b , L is Dwayne William Charles Michelle Oxenreider Pappas Pau1S0!1 Pfizer pf! L, . "VI S, lf' V l V I at .9 Kenneth Rank rg l . Glenn Riegel Katnleen Robinson J n Michael Ruth 'E 5 551 Q Eric Schoener -1. Q 1 N-v, I illagxlfhl I 'fm i - ' ' '. Mark S hirk Debora Ratliff 1-.49 S helli Rissinger A . 4-. ,II A.. David Rogers ca l S ff -Pi I S4 Mica Saunders 'l wi .. , A lane S eiler 1 ' ! C.. V' l"s 1' 4 I I 1 Steven Sholl A 'ffl' X av 'L-"J x -1. ' . Allen Reinhart .11 Q 'Zv- I fffx f 'T' A f ty lg! . , , ,n '.,,. AXP Darlene Ritchie 0 Q . . 'l 4 S 'H' f 4 Jeffrey Royles .if r, 'j' . ' A31 Brian Schlappich 4 .ff 41 g.. J Jacqueline S eigfried 4' - - Q., J I f fri Larry S ie grist Kr .V 4, ,,, 1' ,s Kevin Remley I 1532 5, . . v . 1 4 . Lisa Ritchie ,... l.X .L Brenda Ruth ful' Barbara S chlegel yn Karen S eighied 1 , ' --f I! 73 'T .fi ' U lkn '1 Vs :I L, - li i1g'-"gl 'V Rae S mith Q' W l X f lug Sheri Steinhauer I . 4 , l . . . Y ,. -, ..,v.1,.. ,, A , , .f.-.l I . ,.-. ,Q ,, L L' I ' -15. -:rx ff- " :Ar , Y PHOTO ,QQ il? 'fri 5 E l n NO Kathy Strickler 'I Ellwood S nyder Douglas Soliday Jeffrey Spam sa, 'YWUQR Donald Waldron Bonita Warren ! Lf F '4 -J I I l I 1 - I 5 :fy I l 9 -I f wi ww f - U IWIIMMI ' wx I I ' Lv g Q5 'U ,. L XC- '- I ' , 'wum1y,, H .I .1 I I I y I N L I RA Im Howard Watts . A Carole Wealand X 8. Sherri Wealand -N H I, If-f-iw 1.1 I f I Gi I ' ' I :jf 1-' , , fl XY. ' 'gf ,,qv, .'! V' v X rs 'f ix' , .I in A . . ix M- 1 ,I ' .I I I ff! ' , -'lf if '95-3' WIIM Richard Sheila Thorns Mark Wengert Wenrich Wise Yeakley I UM 1. 5, I M !'w.q,,,, I 4, wr. F- W,nNHn,mI-Im1qnN,, - 'l. A tt.Q, l I,,WW 'WIII'WWHIMuAQ I WWII I ,,, ' I , , , Mm. V' WI' W, I HI M I I i -, I ' M" ' Todd Yeich John Younker, III Amelica Anderson Dawn Andrews Debra Arnold Ronald Baer George Balthaser Janet Bashore Karen Beall x rw' V+' 4 Y 5 is agile S andra A ngsta dt Ernest Beltz .dir I effre Baile J V V Brenda Baumann Bryan Berger 4 wa. -N l, 3'1v'.Q' Q Mia M 1 L.,-,A .3 , 1, , -Ev sy?-TA if:-' ' 'Ku' !'TffQ29f7Q'f f" ' if L .qw ,-' KL, W Y- Y 4 :A A1325 f'cQC1x N 1 f" . x x 1 l "EN, X Q 1 1:4 " " .417 A-,, Q .Q 'D l K if -.-A :Lb 157 a ' . "A 5 Q! , --el I l l fi f '.,,a',l Freshman advisors: Mr. Beissel, Mr. U111-ich, Mrs. Miss Ketner, Mrs. Althouse. Leininger, V in Freshman class officers: Beth Lessig, pres.g Andy Funk, v. pres.g Val Boehmer, sec.g Debbie I-Iimmelberger, treas. l PHOTO Qf fi ... , do-L 'bl as SM x. ff ng! .-d. ,Si f L L R- w ' A qgsygi '." Q e'., 'X . It 1 1 5 W ' 1 Q .I m . '-51' . 1 A L-ssilfl-if l Q' .- M J . .,f- I. L1 ' 1 Jodie Birmer Roxanne Binner Valerie Boehmer Randolph Sheila Bond Larry Brendle Bomberger James Brightbill Dennis Bross Korena Bressler Crystal Brown Lynette Brown Kathy Brossman 1 'Xr' 'L jx -3 f Michael Brown FR n :', ,rl f Daryl Crowding wa 5. fx ., 56' 3,4 A 1: H Rodney Dieffenbach 4 ,M , Jfi X Donna Donato C ody D ove Michael Eisenhardt 3 My ' sa nf i A! k :' ' T0 47f ,V NO JW, Q rg f , DEL "' F V fx , C' ff 4,9 fl .1 X b I If Q a., ,If , V -' e D M4 Nina Brown Wendy Brush Dean Care 21531336 cliizlggqd is i- Q "" -3 , .LJ ga X' 1 .4 , ,. Q' ,, 'F :rp ff 3x . 1 3 l ,ff D Lisa Daubenspeck Trisha Davis ggzzler Debra Den' Q V - E 9535 k H-+2 D I Donna 'ii' Dietrich 'it' Back in the ifties. Michael Donovan Denise Downs April Dreisbach Yvonne Joan Ebersole Cathleen D'-lndofe Eisenhardt I Brenda T1m0fhY Emefl' KHY Evans Fahnestock jennifer Fake Melvin Fansler J l PHOTO LL , J ug ' l Cf? .I + he QQ - 4 x,-l W ' -1 1 sz ' A n LY . 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Eileen Loeb Michael Long ' N :ab ' Trgy 'si , , Luckenbill Man-:SS PHOT .1 , mi Q , A , h L a g n .-en- - 9' rw 17 fx - 7- V X X: A, L x Q9 Q Alan anet 1 fl' ""' E ' Lutz Lymaster :H yr fr L X :LIN na, in nx - A -ll Q 'L f A - lr- I5 ' .ee qi ' -H it f 1 .iii-.-iiiiglevfh 4: ' X Z Y , A ' 'eil f 'Si-755l'1-iw-'Q' N il i ' my- h A ig M... 2 L n 'M -9 XX f 1 A ig' , L A ,.f"" ' " " Z,f:.'?-1 2 'Ext R JI., -0 ,wxu Kathleen Kerner Ted Kline Tammy Koenig Mark Light Rosemary Loump John McCarthy Cari! ii: K-2 W, ali' 1 nu -., , A r 1 W, 4,37 ..1 V al IN .kil , ,. 1, Ll' 's .?5 wx ,X .nw- N CH M 'ix 1. V X Tracy McNally Kerry Mindy Maurice Moyer S andra Phillips Lynn Prentiss Traci Rissinger .F 1-'e J X U 14x :E , 4 .3 rw 5 , , I -ml x ,T. -QP' J X: ia hr' X 7 v Y A kay, 11 ,. Y A X if X Xxx. N XE- , A Q' f . Y ' 'M f' Laura Lori Q Miller Miller aaa MT - --,-, .,: I K A xv!-, , 351, Y: A lx sLt?1"J-f' 351 f"'VAf'f Tf ll X 'v 1 S' fl I "Q , I -nf 4 I X I 'I -" -Y-Qf 'G -r Q Glenn Miller Stephanie Tom Moorhead Miller Kevin Moyer ci-Mhphk.-jf A :F ,y ., V N N,- w U' a ,,,Q Tammy Miller Mark Moyer x . - C: 1- Linda Nagle M' :if-7 +2 ' 1 if X B , " R" . X ,I , Keith Pierson 5 . ' gg - " M ' Bobby Reppert Y ' fuzz . meh" f ix , ii Ji11R1-ldv .L M' . '11 fi , Dwayne Jay Gary, Brian Newman Nolt Parker Peiffer Charles Prizer Marlin Ritchie f V QL., ,. k 5 ' ' L ,fr " x -- ga nf A Y' U 'vu .'r-, ' l 1 'M F 'ff N61-9011 GUY ' ' ' Ritchie Ritzman I AE Y 5, 'Q' X N 45 1 A-f ' rg -"n , I Q '-.fix ky "- .fx '. gi .. .VTX X iv.: VV' S Iv if S 4 . .Ru I XX W.wrl H .l:,y,X.!,l X I 4, , 5 ' IFR 'Z V, 'T ,,l 2' 7' ru ,,- , Jeffrey Remley Gordon Roth , . ,X . .i '51 f-f .au . 4-1 LQ- lihhv Kia 1' Qi - si-bi 'E' x. if 1 r fin -Sz, ' Q , ' fl A :rv -IL ,Vx '- 4-5,2 ml. .ul ' FK.. 1' --- - .... P rx ' -1 nik 493. 1 W- in lf ,. 1? 'I 'K A Mark Snyder Terri Sonon Christopher Stanld ewicz - - . Qfv' R l V. '- -A -r ar ,rr X , - ,J 4, - I 4:1 , I' 5. i . -1 1. N ir? If Nw F N , , Ivfjghael Rudy Cheryl S9.'l1I'1CIe1'S Cynthia Sheaman Rickey Shreiner , I - Iinqgss 4 L 1 rn I . -, mg, 'U f Q - . Q--e f ,ff I .Q x f! H hir 'wr w 1 '54 k1f0i'iMd' ' F.: 9 - . -, . "J David Scheirer Gregory Seifrit Donna Shun' Anne Snyder D0nna Stump Ronald Swope Harold Trautman Mark Underkofler John Vindich, III William Wagner CYT1tl'li9- Wallace Kim WamP1eT r,,,, ,, N wx an W 752' ,KI L9 , Fx V lr 5'1...'7" . , ,. M I my ,A 'fl ,I , ' .- NZ" 4' h' , ' -7 'lu fu X4 ' - .1 l"' 'W " , ?' ,ig I dy E4 , N , - '35 -a 1 , y any I I b 1 . 'z . . . i n , ,Q 1 ' I . -':. I. . Q , - - :f:.. 1, Q find' I H I I fl I 2, xi, ,qi . , ' .A ij, X K N - ll 1 I A I J J ff- iffcxl H W I , ., f J I W .1 '.. 1 s U 'IAN X34 ,VI Roberta Soliday Mary Speicher Jeffrey Stoltz 'Z 'v' , "'-:ii q 'M 1, . 4qx1:Q giflv X . li. Anthony Wenger Candace Whitmoyer 'Z ' 51' , n...q ff- : 'him Mi iii' 'E Qi' Ls John wise N , Y, Ev fx ' v- U QWXA-Fw N' 7" 'x 'r shi' k sq 5 xv ,. .X V. 4 . , V Michael W artluft 73, a.. YY-W c WSW if 5 . 4.-Z David Weiss ,- iii mow I , . Denise Wayne PHOTO NO , D E -n 4 IU William Weiss 5 x I ,-w 4 .Q I I , 1 A Yihnl- -J -N II! , ' 5 -5A ..,- -:" -4-- , K' , ' fi V A U ,MHP- fi. f - 4 'Aw' '4' -' 1 t .?,-,.i- 't A' -MSM Michele Weatherholtz Harold Weaver ,N 339,2- of "'-'X W ..... 4:2 . N ' , . , . .. , 'W-4'h fn Y' , L. , - - A If 1 x' wi sf AN A v ,., '- ' - -1-G 1' 4 " , ' N -M, ' 1 r Chris Audrey Weller Welle,- ,ii , . 'Vi u 1 P, l wfi B lLi "v 'E -Y? J ,. , ,, , ,, . Narda White 5 6 1'-,rf . . 4., T iii wg- '- P atri ci a Wildman I -1 .fl f 1 :QQ.w1vp'11 "" A ""f53'J . Joanne Zerbe - It J. L ' e 'x.-5 -1 I 'T' Y 45 . , ' . e . . W' . - ' 4' K .L .AN A 'V 1, . 2 , XA Q Brian Lisa Zerbe William Zeigler B2-ITV Ziegler Zimmerman --l.-1.,,., W - YV. V .-4 -fl 44 1'1f i . 3 'J Ui Y-. 3 K yi X 45- J Q, "2-S ,F ,3 5 X -3 i 'X jbg X h , N Lv' 5 Q s' 3 11 gb . Z 'if' J 5 ,Y A - rv. L Q 1' x f . 73-81 419-413- Q x lg - ,H 1-.14 WH 4 Q -Q! e-,,.n-Q. A ?-:rf 'Hs Q .f ' """"q'."'-,?- if School Board: PRESENTED WITH PRGBLEMS CONCERNING SCHGOL NEEDS ,J , ,J Seated: Gerald Seiler, treas.3 Richard Ruth, v. pres.3 Jay Brown, pres.5 Earl Schaeffer, sec. Standing: Spencer Watts, Harold Bashore, Roy Hetriclc. Missing: Orville Stauffer and Warren Kline. l".z " 1. Q14 '- g - fl -f, ltsdg be ,-11- . - - 'u ., ,J Lr. is HQ 1.l All major decisions regarding our school dis- trict are made at the mo thly board meetings. The board is presented with problems concerning the school's needs and activi ties, the budget, and mai tenance. They are curren ly involved with questions about the building of an ad dition to the Bethel school Their part in helping our school function easily is greatly appreciated. il f i A r' 1" Administration 1 UNNING AN ORGANIZED SCHOGL .-,,,,,.- 71, , , Nrnilvf 1 - X H Z I' H r ,a , Q ,M4 if wg .1 xml Mr. Earl Koenig, school superintendent, is kept busy with federal and state reports of the District. 5 Y 5 v gli' Our Administration con- sists of people who are not seen often by the students, but are very involved in what goes on around THS Mr. Koenig and Mc. Wearne are always busy with such things as: budgeting, scheduling, co-ordinating athletic pro- grams, student placement, and Various other tasks. ....- 5' .--51353 V-: Y- ,K .N NNN' Mr. Leonard Wearne, assistant superintendent, is re- sponsible for the long-range plan for the District. 25355 . Q .25 Administration: AVAIL BLE HE PROBLEMS ARISE i Is that true, young man? Our administration makes sure the student body functions smoothly. They are always available when pro- blems arise Within a class or for in- dividual discussion. Mr. Harold Matthew is our school principal. He works with the faculty and students to see that our school system Works effectively. 9 A -. - 'z 2.-'zzz-. ' ::,,:.,, ' .':1'-2:2 9:35. uf .- -nf.-,.-, .Q-., .. ..,. 'mil Tw' sh nh '41-" , , ..... "thaw -a 's..v'v'v' "."'-.-Mgr .e fZ?I:,'?'5,2ff', '-1'- """"'f . :s.:?1-T" tr:-.'P?Q:5y, - ,:"":.f 4 1 f -- 'Y M..-g..,:.. wg. --.-:'H,. .,. gm t.!ffN-fr :ggi v 1 i F " V- -T X ,Q 1 ,A -as el ,azrxv ff Sl:-'t-1-r A "t -"' Miss Brenda Witmanxis our guidance counselor. She Mr, Robert Harner is also a guidance counselor. He helps students with career research, scheduling pro- works with testing programs, scheduling and is always blems and individual questions. Miss Witman also ad- available for a frank discussion with students. vises student council and student forum members. ..-"S ' Secretaries: -,. 3711" KEEPI G RECORDS STRAIGHT Mrs, Janet I-Iinnnelbgrger keeps the daily attendance Mrs. Ilene Batz is the general secretary in addition to records Su-aight, being Mr. Matthew's secretary. jx 3 Mrs. Jean Polk selves under Mr. Koenig. Each secretary's role includes taking care of telephone calls, attendance records, purchasing orders, finances and payroll accounts. They also make appointments for the administration. With the many important jobs these Women are respon- sible for, they do a fine job. 1' e' 33. I aff Mrs. Sandra Keeney is working at some census reports. ' L . I lzl be - A ' V ,Z 1 ' ' E92 lizcftlilwqv ww ,, . U - , 55. . ' - Af l ' ' - .. t F' Now wait! Let me pose. English: PERFECTI G THE ',s I W a l l "'i35PQ 1 tk' LW N , 1 M EE 59 lllll if i I1EE:: :ff ff 144 E-15 X .1 Mr. Sterling Hoffman Jr. teaches English to the Freshman and Senior "A lright V011 SUYSQ Single file' H classes. Mr. Hoffman advises the Senior class and DARDANIAN . His classes are impressed by his grammar and extensive vocabulary. We have met the enemy, and he is us! . . , w J, 1 , ,. " fi fkf Q? f' 1 , I VI ' f A+- W 8 A f A 12-ci Q. One of Mr. Hepner's famous posters. L Qfgfaf,-f.gf1.il 1 .' as-J' -l ,g.ds.x.,a.. ,.-. A - - , Y .. 5 if-.- Mr. Philip Hepner teaches English to the Junior class and is their ad- 3 ' ' visor. He also coaches cross country and track. Mr Hepner enjoys hunting and archery. ' K 'fblllf 1, I V v 4 u 0 o X .,,.1,-. e n 4 Q "JiTfF,f'f",l"lf4w , 'ci i s . . ' r ' - 11-'ng i 'T ,lil HQXXA X' N, Dear Diary N UAGE WE USE DAILY Mrs. Erna Deisher teaches English to the Freshman and is their class advisor. Mrs Deisher enjoys sewing, read- ing, cooking and gardening. FF1?'7'T"' ' "Take that, you dumb stapler!" English courses at Tulpehocken are varied. Students are exposed to grammar, literature, creative Writing and vocabulary building. Each student is required four years of English but it is Well worth the time. Mr. John Feaser teaches English to the Sophomores and advises their class affairs. I-Ie also advises National Honor Society. Mr Feaser's sense of humor is appeal- , ing to the students. Mrs. Carol Leininger teaches algebra I and general math. She is Freshman class advisor. Mrs. Leininger's classes are livened by math games and races of intel- lect. Mis. Leininger takes a walk in the past. Math: THE UMBE ' 'l' ,,,...J ea 1 W Mr. Ronald Graeff teaches geometry and consumer math. He also advises the Sophomore class. In his free time Mr. Graeff enjoys hunting and motorcycle riding. ,-- 1 ,VF 4 V, 1' "Te11 me you still don't understand it. " ,,...--.- CKET interesting experiments involving light and sound. ,M r x .Q ,--..,,. f Mr. Edward Crim teaches trigonometry and general I math. He also advises the Junior class and coaches N track. In his free time he enjoys outdoor activities A such as golfing, fishing and growing pines. ,1 ,A ' , Social Studies: STEPPI G CUT Jl Mr. Michael Scarpignato teaches P.O.D. and socio- logy. He is a Senior class advisor. Exciting discussions concerning our govern.ment's problems are not uncom- mon in his class. , N, 'fun vi M f Q Now, here's the plan . . . Studying social studies creates a Well- rounded person. Students discuss domes- tic and foreign problems. They are made aware of the World around them and are shown the value of being Well informed. vii' Mr. Samuel Schwartz teaches eleventh grade American history and advises the junior class. The students en- joy his interesting lectures on our country's past. I TO THE WORLD Mr. Paul Wentling teaches civics and world cultures. He coaches the varsity soccer team. Mr. Wentling is in charge of morning announcements. !2, And they called THIS the This is a perfect subject good old days? for a portrait. fr, Q i x I I thought it was in here somewhere. And this, class, is where We send people like you. J Ji i . s ' 'H ff- Mrs. Linda Althouse teaches freshman civics and soph- omore world cultures. She also advises the freshman class. Mrs. Althouse enjoys gardening, sailing and swimming. Science: CRE TING MAD SCIE TISTS 1 I in Mr. Carl Winter teaches chemistry and earth and space science. He advises the sophomore class and amazes his classes with his fiery experiments. ' .- I q, 'lu , 1-,T-1 n! rrEf,5"'f ' :J ..'i,' -' .. ,,,x .. , 4 N, , l. Enya his .,,1l,'i r, . ZW- f's'vf"152.lf"'Y . Tllyf Y, 'sv' F I ,whiz 'Jiiil' P'Ill w - -X 'aff I t "When are the next labs due?" and "Are you finished with your topography map yet?" are familiar phrases heard echoing throughout the science rooms. The sci ence courses offered are helpful and fun everyone who participates. The highlight of eVeryone's sophomore year is the droi ping of the eggs from a plane and seeing whose box survives! --r T tg 1 vs' i. U' l t X X I Lg, 1 L OF TO ORRGW ,, W I I I , 1 F e t i A ' ' ' I' r .1 yi Y a C,fL'w-' 3, f I F 4 , . N NC'Sf'4s Mr. Frederich Ullrich teaches biology and bio chem. He advises the Beslunan class and coaches both tennis teams. Mr. Ullrich directs the junior and senior class plays. He enjoys karate and other related activities. Mr. Larry Beissel teaches biology and earth and space science. I-Ie also advises the freshman class. Mr. Beis- sel enjoys Working on the eggdrop and rocket projects. 1' Languages: BI-LINGUAL PURSUIT 2'-JS Mrs. Pearl Kline teaches tenth grade German and eleventh and twelfth grade Latin. She advises the Sophomore class and the DARDANIAN. The students enjoy her interesting slides and bulletin boards. . -1ff'iJ?: sjkffgf ' u Miss Mary Ketner teaches German ninth, eleventh and twelfth. She is a freshman class and National Honor Society advisor. Her hobbies include reading and needle crafts. 'qi Students can enjoy learning a new language, not only by studying the funda- mentals, but also by discovering the cus toms of those who live that language. Pu- pils may pursue German or Latin, giv- ing them the knowledge of a second lang- uage and helping their English equally. Sei ruhig, People! . ,A I - ..,- ibrary: FFERI G A VARIETY OF LITERATURE -5 J' -'I if f E N K I-Lis. 'E . 1 l I ti V L+-1 Our library is an important place. Here students can research term papers and learn about current events in the daily papers and magazines. They can also enjoy a variety of fiction and non-fiction lit- Driver Education: mwe- TRAINING EW DRIVERS Mr. Robert Bentz, our librarian, is noted for the quiet and orderly atmosphere in the library. Mr. Bentz also advises the Library Club and DARDANIAN. 11 Ng' :nf QM" A ,, Illgzg 1' 3-, , in In Driver Education classes, students discuss safe driving methods and insurance Mr. Ronald Price teaches driver education, road- , , , , b work and coaches J. V. baseball. Mr. Price works policies. Film stiips help to accent the do's at the mack ba, and enjoys conversing vqith Sm- and don't's of driving. In road-work, stu- dents- dents are given a chance to put their know- ledge to work. Business: PREPAR G FOR FUT RES IN THE CGMMERCIAL WORLD W' 1 - 1 "V ,.:,: w , k H, ali., I . 2-,V va V, 3: . , -4 ' Tlff' ,i.,, xx ni-- .Nfl ,,3i,,i . -ni-inns J '-si -Q-A ,- v q-W.-. . L N-6 Nl' .41 L. .ZX Miss Ann Chesonis teaches the 11th and 12th grade business sections. She is a senior class advisor and coaches the softball team. She enjoys coaching, be- ing outdoors, and crafts. One goal of most of Tu1pehocken's hus- iness students is to become a part of the work-experience program. Through this program, a senior with the right qualifi- cations can attend the school half of the iv 5 ' tw -ff! 119 S Miss Patricia Wilhelm teaches 10th grade typing and 11th and 12th grade busines. This is Miss Wilhelm's irst year at Tulpehocken. She is advising the jmiior class and is already the cheerleading advisor. Miss Wilhelm received her B.S. at Bloomsburg State Colleg Welcome to THS ! G. day, While the other half is spent on the job using the skills learned While in the business curricula. Filing, shorthand and bookkeeping are some of the courses offer- ed. --.-iiyiiii, WWQGmHi QBBGUBQQII Q9 Home Economics: PREPARI G FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF H0 E V . . PM . ... ..1-.-..,.-.g--v- 'N7lDlsqyv-vga, 2194 if ei :riff . . , . . 4 i . , ' - .n ii 4, l ff X, .5 az- l W gn g E ' gf X' vigil ' -. 7 V l f I .1 Mrs. Beverly Blatt teaches home economics to students In home economics classes, students are in grades nine through twelve and advises the FHA tau ht consumer education child development Club- She enjoys Wefehilng her Students develop Self- g ' b h 1 . and family relations. This prepares them for Commence and good oplmons a out t emse Ves managing homes in the future. Cooking, sew- ing and creative crafts highlight the classes. 3 -fi.,-"- H", - 1 Xl, wrww xiiyq E! , Ax ' ' .f " Mrs. Betty Martin teaches home economics to ninth grade academic students. Her classes enjoy activities such as sewing, cooldng and nutrition study. lx 1...- Agriculture: FARMING KEEPS AMERICA GOING " ' The Agriculture and Industrial Arts students enjoy extra activities such as a fruit sale, a flower bulb sale and a veg- etable sale. They are also offered mem- bership to the FFA. This year these stu- dents Worked on many bulletin board pro- jects. One of these was entitled "Farm- ing Keeps America Going. " 5" an '.q . V 4 Y. i1n-7-.- Mr. Michael Orendo teaches agriculture, farm me- Q - ' X E L. chanics, and horticulture. He also advises the .FFA. , Vw , Mr. Orendo enjoys worlqng with plants and flying. 5' - Q ,g 1. ' . H, ,ft , S wr .gy . V -- V E f- Mr. Barry Kellner teaches tenth grade Agriculture, . . In ninth grade Biology and Industrial Arts classes. He en- joys woodwork and plants. , , L. w -- 4 A .ksgskg-5 Ak' .N l 1 2,1 'l .h V- .2 ,X 'Q Mr. Kellner's classes aren't dull. "Martin, what do you think about crop rotation?" Industrial Arts: ' INVOLVEMENT IN MANY PROJECTS Mr. William Scheirer teaches wood, metal, and graph- ic arts. He teaches advanced studies and also electron- ics. Mr. Scheirer advises the jtmior class and is in- terested in antiques, wood carving, and dog training. K -'yr vin 'LR . I .T A -' -'-X18 ', .a,Q,gg,,. 7 1 4 , 4 en '4 , 'JK . ' t . 1' E . i , Students who Work in Industrial Arts classes are involved with such projects as cabinet making, Wood staining, and electrical experiments. This year, props Were made for the class plays. The Work of these students is not only admired, but also greatly appreciated. Music: Mr. Harold Kremser teaches ninth grade music classes and directs both choruses. He also directs SEDECIM . Art: GRGWI G I TERE T IN MUSIC The music depart- ment of THS is grow- ing, with the band and chorus members par- ticipating in Various musical programs throughout the county. The hand and chorus both perform twice annually, at a Christ- mas concert and a spring concert. This year's band and chorus have more members than in the past, which shows the growing interest in music. Mr. Theodore Weaver directs the high school band. He gives individual les- sons thxoughout the week and helps stu dents perfect their music. ORIGINALITY AND CREATIVITY STRESSED i Mrs. janet Balthaser teaches ninth grade and elective SCIIGIHGS. art classes. She is involved in pottery, needlecraft and macrame. The showcas- es adjoining the art room are al- ways full of in teresting and cre- ative displays. Students are taught constructive sign making and clay works. They also work with modern art and color 'Mal a - H. 4' it 4 hysical Education: KEEPI G AMERICA FIT Your desk is a mess, Mr. Wolf. 7 Wi Miss Mary Mohn, a new faculty member and graduate of East Stroudsburg, is temporarily teaching health and phys. ed. classes during Mrs. Livezey's leave of absence. Miss Mohn has also become the hockey team's first IV coach and head coach of the girls var- sity basketball team. Welcome, Miss Mohn. V ff , 73 I, Win, Mr. Carl Wolf teaches physical education, health classes and is the high school's athletic director. I-le also coaches the JV soccer team. Mr. Wolf enjoys co-ed gym classes and frank group discussions. 3 ad' Mrs. Barbara Livezey teaches physical education and health classes. She also coaches the girls' field hock- ey team. Due to family responsibilities, she will be temporarily replaced on our staff. Mr. and Mrs. Li- vezey have everyone's best wishes. Vo-Tech: HERE W Row 1: F. Bare, R. Blatt, G. Swope, T. Brown, A. Weaver, G. Rudy, G. Rodino, C. King, D. Degler, S. Mil- ler, K..Dreisbach, R. Walmer, S. Miller, P. Nye. Row 2: R. Strauss, D. McCarthy, R. White, J. Lessig, I. Nicholson, T. Leonhard, J. Luckenbill, D. Oxenrieder, J. Ebersole, M. Prizer, D. Rodgers, T. Seiverling, L. Steinhauer, C. Underkoffler, G. Bashore, D. Dundore, D. Berger, D. Snyder, T. Ritzman, D. Swan, D. Pres- cott, E. Dundore, N. Lutz. Row 3: D. Himmelberger, K. Zerbe, E. Strauss, L. Kramer, J. Purcell, B. Batdorf, IIE. Berger, D. Balthaser, B. Yeich, K. Stamm, A. Bashore, E. Moyer, K. Moyer, L. Kerner, L. Mays, T. Schuc- er. 5 The Vocational-Technical program involves preparing students for their futures in specialized areas of trade . ' Through the actual work ex- perience , instead of through books, these students are learning a trade that will be helpful in the working field. One half of their day is spent at the Vo-Tech center, while the other half is spent at the High School taking required subjects. - me l Q l " K. L , , ARN T0 WGRK r 5-'f' .gffwgj wr" gf' 1,34 vfwfi A f "1-"M"'g x V 'r v A! X 3-'F' if , xsmu 4 3, JFLRLL Ji Cafeteria Personnel And Medical Staff: HEALTH AND UTRITIONAL SERVICE X i 'u IL 4 w x Left to right: Mrs. Pearl I-Ienne, Mrs. Anna Luckenbill, Mrs. Helen Sch- lappich, Mrs. Patty Bashore, Mrs. Pearl Schaffer, Mrs. Lucy Hoffert. Mrs. Helen Schlappich is in charge of cafeteria management. 1, 1 JI I 1 , li Mrs. Irene Haag takes care of med- ical records. She sees that supplies are purchased and helps Doctor Pug- liese with physicals. The cooks this year have been responsible for serving over 600 students. Upon an early 8:00 a.m. arrival to prepare a balanced lunch, these Women are very busy. They are faced with hungry pupils from every direction. Students and faculty both ap- preciate the warm lunches and pleasant smiles behind the counter. ZJLRU - X. - X 71- Mrs. Haag and Mrs. Orendo are the school nurses. This is Mrs. Orendo's inal year at T.H.S. We have greatly appreciated her services. Mrs. Stella Snyder and Mrs. Nan- cy Angstadt Mrs. Betty Orendo tests students' hearing, sight, and yearly growth patterns. Whenever a student is injured or ill, Mrs. Oren- do and Mrs. Haag are there. If an impairment in sight or hearing is noticed, the student is sent for a prompt checkup. We are fortunate to have such reliable people concerned about our health. Dr. Pugliese is the schoo1's physiciang he gives fall physicals and examinations to juniors. Bus Drivers 8a Custodians: THE BEHI D-THE-SCENE PEOPLE .J-3' Bus drivers: Kneeling: Calvin Zellers, Harold Bashore, Wayne Stoudt. Standingg Phyllis Stoudt, joan Mengel, Edith Zielger, Yvonne Stoudt, Queniin Gettel, Charles Morgan, Elmer Bashore. Mariin and George Bashore are always busy. The custodians play a big part in everyday at THS. If it Were not for them, We would have dirty cafeterias, water fountains, ledges, and win- dows. So thank you for the Ray I-Iirhmelberger helps keep the gocd Work' Custodlans' school clean. 353523 PH4' gin UJMELEQ 'Q o"'cu.9f"'.'9fD' :H ffgcg .-fr-:EQ Q-vw' E-.CDCDSQ-gm mgggggg . -D. 823023 r--CDD..:,3p-:CD ::'Hrorn""c:" m as gEg2Omm mum amanda .ea-5 2 ' ' aww? lI!!'!""W EB ,... US U:- 'ow -+E- ,gm mm ,... 'Fo 33' :D-Q W rn ru 'E Ev' m V1 o F o o I-I il I , 1 5 e By J mi t Q Na, Thanks to Mabel Haas, our school is always ready for tomorrow. 101 X . ,lx ,Q ' ff IH . I 1 . Y-J ' 1 1 . gl iffiff-"1 gyx , ' T '-fa,-'24-' 1' R ,E xg. 1 ., , E .5 X.L. ., fi. DARDANIAN: RELIVING THE YEAR THRGUGH PICTUR DARDANIAN Staff Qseatedjz Nancy Daubenspeck, Carol Miller, Sharon Steigerwald, Joann Kreichbaum, Corale Greenwood, Shelly Burkhart, Joy Scheirer, Tammy Seiverling, Tammy Ritzman Greg Goss, Barry Weaver fstand- ingj: Felecia Snyder, Lisa Kramer, Sharon Miller, Laurel Pappas, Pat Benfer, Mel Be1d1er, Brenda Nolt, Debbie Prescott, Sue Schlegel, Sue Ziegler, Judy Kissling, Renee Hershey. Ml ' V 4"ll'1Lv f' X' if v 's??fY'1, 1 I .4 ' -- 4 ff, Q! f AJ .f , if ff y x Our dedicated advisors: Mr. Hoffman, Mr. Bentz and Mrs. Kline. 104 9- DARDANIAN Co-editors: Renee Hershey and Fe- lecia Snyder. Strongly united and enthusiastic describe the group of seniors who comprised the 1978 DARDANIAN staff. It has been a challenge for each member to Work toward the common goal. of creating an interesting and unique annual. 1 -' . F4.,.1 f-34, J' kg' T .1 -lag, M L M The excitement is mounting! They're ready to turn the page! Tulpehockerfs CIA agents discuss of- ficial business. If G..- DUP- 'fl' fl I kph' px, 1-1' 1 ,js '75-'X SCJ This is the way we crop our pictures, crop our pictures, cnop our A good detective always finds the er- pictures. - - - rors. f 'T ..'l I PIN J -"AJ ""' .aa ,J f e to A Q DA RDANIAN Artist, Tammy Ritzman, busy drawing. ' Photographers: Lisa Keeney, Roxanne Newman, Todd Demmy Student Store: PENCILS, PENS AND SUCH 9? vlgf Row 1: Shelly Burkhart, Joann Kreichbaum, Bonnie Ritchie, Sharon Steigerwald, Renee Hershey, Gretchen Himmelberger, Shelly Krott, Row 2: Darlene Klahold, Stephanie Vindich, Grace Lar- gent, Jodi Peiffer, Sharon Miller, Jeanne Mowrey, Carol Miller, Jolene Rebman, Debbie Schrein- er, Joy Scheirer, Nancy Daubenspeck. The student store is owned by the senior class and managed by the senior business section. Un- der the supervision of Miss Ann Chesonis, the clerks are Willing to help any customer find what he needs. The store supplies the student body with almost anything they need for school. wa ' , 1. 'Ali Ll, ami: J , , 4 , t L' 7 -L S if S Ah shoot' Im d Managers and Advisor: Joann Kreichbaurn, Miss 2 - a 9 9-T10 , Chesonis, Bonnie Ritchie. ym Leaders: HISTLI G WHILE THEY WORK Row 1: Denise Andrews, Crystal Graeff, Sandy Bauman, Lori Beidler, Penny Hef- fner, Kathy Kissling. Row : Sue Reinhart, Fern Peiffer, Felecia Snyder, Laurel Pappas, Mel Beidler, Lisa Klopp, Shelly Burkhart, Shelly Krott. Row 3: Dory Althouse, Grace Largent, Liz Cooper, Sharon Miller, Pat Benfer, Roxanne New- man, Sally Steinhauer, Joy Scheirer, Corale Greenwood, Sue Snyder. lab CJ The gym lead- ers' job is to as- sist the physical education teach- ers' Mr. Wolf and Mrs. Livezey They care for the equipment, refe- ree games, and lead calisthenics. This helps them to gain experi- ence as physical education instruc- tors, as Well as make the gym teachers job easier. ,J i-a Q-4, .fi 1' '- " - ' K rr -V V- . ' r, 1 -4 5 int, M- '- 1 :....-:- I . QL-:ga.,.N .. N QI'-FA1 ' Row 1: Tim Paulson, Darrell Luckenbill, Ron Reber, Keith Kline. Row 2: Brad v Benfer, Mark Adams, Randy Kissling, john Flannery, Paul Moyer, Mark Kief- fer. Row 3: Dale Moyer, Jim Boyd, Steve Weaver, Richard Priniz, Mickey Corn- ' 'Q elius, Darrel Sheidy. E.- FFA: PRO IDERS OF TOMORROW Ofiicers: Mr. Kellner, advisor, Scott Ritchie, Chaplain, Mr. Orendo, advisor, Larry Grumbine, Reporter, Betsy Moyer, Secretary, Kay Zieg- ler, Historian, Greg Koenig, Pres.3 Martin Moyer, V. Pres.5 Jeff Don- Barbara Strunk, George Sattazhan, Barry Hoffert, Ward Stoudt, Ralph Moyer, Kay Ziegler, Scott Lutz, Row 2: Bonnie Marsh, Dennis Himmel- berger, Ben I-limmelberger, Scott Heuick. Row 3: George Kiene, Ricky Moyer, Mark Rioux, Scott Ritchie, Ken I-lower. kel, Sentinel, Steve Sholl, Historian, Barry Hoffert, treas. I Rickey Batz, Todd Shartle, Scotty Seiverling, Greg Koenig, Betsy Moyer, Pat McDonough, Martin Moyer. Greg Seifrit, Troy Luckenbill, Mr. Orendo, Cody Dove, Keith Pierson, William Wagner, Darin Grumbine, Andy Ftmk, Mark Light, Mike Long, Barry Ziegler. Row 1: Larry Grumbine, Joe Devine, Wess Beissel. Row 2: Missy Clay, Bonnie Davis, Dennis Faust, Greg Care, 103 Daryl Hamish, Tim Diamond. Throughout their years in school, the members of the FFA are being prepared for an entrance into the agricultural field. They Will be playing a major role in our community and the future of our country. Mike Leonard, john Moser, Gary Loeb, Darvin Lutz, Ronald Brown, Steven Kreitz, Steve Sholl, Randy Moyer, Mark Moyer, Kenny Moyer, Jeff Donkel, Eu- gene Kramer. CT JUST ANGTHER BATCH GF COOKIES The members of the FHA are planning for their futures as managers of households. They have learned not only how to bake, sew, and crochet 3 but also how to operate a household on a budget. Row 1: Brenda Stamm, Carole Wealand Row 2: Phylhs Bressler, Sue Stern- berg, Debbie Mowrer, Bonnie Bennethum, Lori Bare, Denise Andrews. Row 1: Ronda Burkholder, Liz Cooper, Ellv Huey, Brenda Lempergal , Don- na Bennethum, Lori Hartz, Tina Frantz, Peggy Himmelberger, Denise Pinkerton. .14 Officers and Advisor: Debbie Mowrer, Peggy Him- melberger, Tina Frantz, Mrs. Blatt. Library Club: HELPI G TO FI D THE RIGHT BOOK IUIPUIOCKDI ll az" 3- "H ,-.t..4f',lJg :lf Row 1: Chris Weller, Donna Stump, Betsy Moyer, Sharon Miller. Row 2: Mr. Benn, Laura Miller, linda Sweiizer, Carol Good, Ramona Ginder, Mary Houck, Jeanne Mowery, Curtis Wallace, William Zeigler, Paul Gibble. Row 3: Pam Shirk, Jodi Peiffer, Beth Killinger, Debbie Ratlii, Sheila Wenrich, Suzanne Lake. The library club, with Mr. Bentz as advisor, keeps the library quiet and orderly. if a student' ever needs a quiet place during a hectic school day, he can always come to the li- l brary. 1 I Remember A comes before B! kefslsee . . . MOTHER GOOSE goes ere. Student Council: 5... il Seated: Elaine Trautman, sec. , Sonya Myer, pres. , Standing: Ralph Moyer, v-pres. , Miss Witman, advisor. SERVING THE STUDENT BODY . , ,ljflfkfif--' ' Seated: Betsy Moyer, Corale Greenwood, Carol Miller, Todd Demmy, Tarnmie Seiverling, Sonya Myer Standing: Trautman, Renee Krause, Lisa Sherk, Candy Whitmoyer, Cindy Wallace, Gerald Miller, Brenda Bauman, Jeff Royles, Kevin Moyer, Ralph Moyer, Daryl Crowding, Carrie Tadych, Penny Bicksler The student council at THS always keeps the student body busy. A dance and spirit Week, which was highlighted by "Fifties Day" in which the faculty took part, are some of the activities which were sponsored by the student council. Also, spreading the Christmas spirit, Was the door decorating contest in which many homerooms willingly took part. This year the student council sent members to the student forum meetings. Students from all over the county meet, sharing ideas and opinions of things that are happening within their schools. Vocational Industrial Clubs of America KVICAJ are involved in sewing the com- munity. The members of this club organize dances and other acti- vities throughout the year. T VICA And DECA: AIDI G THE COMMUNITY VICA-Row 1 : B. Strickler, K. Moyer, D. Prescott, D. Swan, E.Dun- dore, D. Koenig, T. Schucker. Row 2: L. Mays, D. Baker, B.Yeich, T. Ritzman, L. Kerner, E. Woolf, B. Batdorf, K. Zerbe, V. Bohn, J. Purcell. Row 3: A. Bashore, N. Lutz, K. Berger, E. Himmelber- ger, T. Seiverling, L. Kramer, K. Stamm, B. Bashore, E. Moyer, Distributive Educatio Classes of America QDECA5 are concerne with public relations. This clubs members interested in restuara and hotel fields. D. Balthaser, D. Snyder. iq 5 Q., .. IT, -. o 1. . q I up , V . 1 ,Q ' 1 f lj ' ffl. ' J -: ' 'llyl' ' I-', ' " ,ilu 'fi' i fx? t'- , "'-l . , V A Q- Yvyjjlwm , ' -jf. VICA-Row 1: M. Witman, D. Degler, J. Luckenbill, R. Blatt, 5 ' ' if .2 cz. Rudy, L. sreinhauer, Row 2: s. Miller, K. Draesbach, c. ' " Underkoffler, G. Swope, G. Rrown, A. Weaver. Row 3: R. DECA-G. Rodino, I. Nicholson, Hohr, T. Wagner, L. Ramberger, D. Himmelberger, D. Him- A. Weaver. melberger, D. McCarthy, R. Strauss, S. Snyder. Wi' VICA-Row 1: M. Shirk, D. Oxenreider, I. Nicholson, A. Kohr. Row 2: D. Clay, M. Prizer, I. Ebersol, F. Bare, Row 3: P. Nye, D. Rog- ers, D. Berger, G. Bashore, T. Leonhard. ire Marshals: N CASE THE HEAT HOW UP Kneeling: Tom Robinson, Gretchen Himmelberger, Kerry Bond, Vicky I-hmmelberger, Betsy Moyer Kay Ziegler, Lyle I-Ieberling. Standing: Peter Kreitler, Darrell Luckenbill, Randy K1SS11ng, Barry Weaver, Mark Adams, Tim Paulson, Steve Stephan, Brian Downs, Roger Reber, Greg Goss, Andrew Kurtz, R1cky Batz, Doug Cummmgs, Ve rine Davis, Todd Shartle, Keith Kline, Paul Moyer, Kelly Brown, Mark K1effer, Daryl Sheidy, Sue Snyder, Brad Benfer, Sue Farnsworth, Dale Moyer. Every year fire marshals are chosen for a serious jobg to help protect the students in case of a fire. Each has his own job to per- form during a fire drill, to make sure all the students evacuate the building safely. sf l V 611 ,..1 Jr. Class Play: ILLIAM SH KE PE RE'S 'GMACBE Macbeth is the latest play in a series of classic plays which has included tragedies from the Greek and Elizabethan periods and comedies from the French Renaissance. Banfluo How do 1 and iook? Fleance .1 Row 1: Tony Wenger, Terry Wagner, Brad Benfer, Paul Moyer, Peter Kreitler, Todd Demmy, Roberta Soliday, Randy Geering, Steve Stephan, joan Greenwood, Dwayne Newman, Dennis Greenwood. Row 2: jeffRem1ey, Larry Pappas, Michael Rudy, Lisa Nolt, Brenda Nolt, John Schucker, Corale Greenwood. Row 3: Gordon Roth, David Swan, Keith Kline, Sharon Miller, Roxanne Newman, Dawn Newman. L ye U ,.', N , ,HI nb 'ig 1 i 1 1' T N .fi S fx ,' gf- -T 1 Lady Macduff and Young Macduff being murdered. DOI12lb2in 2nd ROSS CAST acbeth -------------- john Schucker - -- Brenda Nolt - - Todd Demmy - - - Steve Stephan ady Macduff - - - - - - Roberta Soliday irst witch - - - ---- Dawn Newman Second witch ------- Roxanne Newman Third witch - - - ----- Sharon Miller Hectate ------ -- Corale Greenwood ady Macbeth - - - anquo ------- acduff ------ Lennox ---- --------- K eith Kline Ross ---- - - Dennis Greenwood Angus - - - ------- David Swan Malcom - - - - - Randy Geering Donalbain -- - ---------- Brad Benfer Fleance -------------- Michael Rudy Siward ------- Mr. Frederick Ullrich Young Siward --------- Terry Wagner Seyton ---------------- Tony Wenger Young Macduff - - - - - Jeff Remley Doctor -------- ---- P aul Moyer Murderer ----- ----- P eter Kreitler Murderer - - - ---------- Gordon Roth Porter ---- - - Mr . Frederick U11rich Servant ---- ----------- Ann e Goda Servant ----------- Dwayne Newman Gentlewoman ------- joan Greenwood Director ----- Mr. Frederick Ullrich The witches dance around Macbeths head. The final battle. xx rp Lady Macbeth Hiding in the trees. Ross confronts the Doctor Sr. Class Play: THE HYPOCHO DRIAC The plot of this comedy tak place in the l800's. It cent around Argan's plan to hav Angelique marry a young doctor and the complication that arise when she and Toi ette scheme otherwise. , , 4 , B " 1 f g K lr x Seated: Becky Balthaser, Dawn Newman. Row 1: Heidi Eisenhardt, john Schucker, Corale Greenwood. Row 2: Roxanne Newman, Paul Moyer, Keith Kline, Dennis Greenwood, Todd Demmy, Brenda Nolt, Steve Stephan. "We shou1dn't be meeting like this. " , .H X - J X, , A X 5 up, x , . 'M' I ' j ' l iff" ll V J'-' fs- ' ,:I,f,g 'f7:fi5 , 4, 1 , V . v' ful 3 , ' A-' -1" 'S i ' . S '. :Q A ' 'T' I .' A11 Q V ' S Q , S ,t "Oh my! "How d are you?" "Did you call me?" "'A' J . Mastering the art of make-up. , , ,,,.... -If ,122-W, X Argan- - Toinette- - A ngelique- - M0,HSi6UI Flaurant- Beline- - Madame DeBonnefoi Cleante- - Louison- - Madame Beralde- - Monsieur Purgon- - -, v . 4 , 1 r 1 ,I 'v, A "" J " . ' fl ' J' f, . Monsieur Diafoirus- Thomas Diafoirus-- CAST Iohn Schucker Brenda Nolt Corale Greenwood Keith Kline Heidi Eisenhardt Dawn Newman Todd Demmy Steve Stephan Dennis Greenwood Becky Balthaser Roxanne Newman Paul Moyer 'saw 37 ,I -SN Na-in , I ' 1 'uf ' ii "Oh! My girdle just snapped!" 0 ,W -rn' ome into my parlor. " "Now let me get this straight." Trick or Treat! National Honor Society: RECOGNIZING ACHIE ER Row 1: Steve Stephan, Renee her, Sue Ziegler, Ron Reber, Demmy, Sally Steinhauer, Cl Mr. Feaser. L ti C Advisors Mr. Feaser, Miss Ketner. Hershey, Mel Beidler. Row 2: Miss Ketner, Denise Fis- Brenda Nolt, John Schucker, Richard Printc, Todd arence Zerbe, Sharon Steigerwald, Joann Kreichbaum, This club recognizes the high achievers in the junior and senior classes. In selecting the members the faculty considers such traits as leader- ship, scholarship and service. Each March an induction ceremony is held when the new members are inducted. ast year seniors in- ducted for the first me Were: Marcia Reb- man, Corinne Stoudt, lair Seigrist, Darlene Bashore, Debbie Stump, Maggie Freeman and Barry Kissling. QW q 9 944, 5 4 r-. Oficerss Steve Stephan, v. pres.5 Renee Hershey, sec. -treas.g Todd Demmy, pres. Hostesses: THE FIRST TO GREET YO we A vi , 4-fm ' t The first people to greet the students at assemblies are the hostesses. These girls are members of the senior class and Row 1: Lisa Klopp, Sue Schlegel, Sally Steinhauer Row 2: Roxanne Newman, Joann Kreichbaum , , il 3 ,va ' if are chosen from their scholastic records. They help out at assemblies, plays and concerts. Jodi Peiffer, Sue Ziegler, Mel Beidler, Pat Benfer, Sharon Miller v I - l a Q Junior Miss: THS JR. MISS PERFORMS ORIGINAL SKIT w. iv, ir, Junior Miss Preliminaries were held on june 12th at Schuylkill Valley High School. Shelly Burkhart, Brenda Nolt, and Sue Ziegler were Tulpehocken's junior Miss contenders. Each girl was separately interviewed before a panel of four judges. After much anticipation Brenda was chosen as the Tulpehocken representative. The entire summer was spent preparing for the pageant as the girls practiced physical fitness routines, walks and tal- ent presentations. The theme for this year's program was SUMMERT IME. The 120 girls sang "YOU ARE MY SUNSHINE", "AlN'T SHE SWEET", and "ZIPPITY DO DA". Dances were performed to "THE HUSTLE", "SUMMERTIME" and "TIP TOE THROUGH THE TULIPS". For her talent presentation, Brenda Wrote and performed an original skit en- titled "SOMETIMES, ALWAYS, MAYBE' She received 2nd place in the talent com petition. "It was a lot of hard work, but all my friends supported me so beautifully. It was a great experience. " Sue and Shelly are Tu1pehocken's Junior Miss conten- vi v ' . ' f:-f xt TI., U rn Q ' -, .lf ., . , gg -1 5' .. HV... ders . ff Q l ' sf"-1 1 P 1 nl x Z-' , 19 ,- ' " , X Brenda's talent was a skit she wrote entitled "Some times, Always, Maybe" Jr. Prom: HSTAIRWAY T0 HEAVENU A x X X I x . The Del Roco Trio entertained at the prom of 1977 which Was held in the High School gym. Many hours of planning and Working were involved in turning the gym into a "Stairway to Heaven. " 'Tammy Leon- hard was chosen Prom Queen. Her court consisted of Vicki Rissinger, Sue Doherty, Cathy Waldron, and Cindy Fisher. The Post Prom was held at Berks Lanes. E fain Mr. and Mrs. Rentschler enjoy dancing The Del Roco Trio provided entertainment I 1977 PRO C The queen and her court. jeff enjoying the Prom. ,eb- Xia N Prom Queen: Tammy Leonhard. A H Y i-2 l kr The Court and their escorts' Dancing to the music of the Del Roco Trio Dances: SUPPORTED BY THE TUDENT BODY BH' l "'f'Ff5 ' 4 V Atlantic Star provided music at several dances throughout the year. Tina and Eileen were members of the Homecoming Court. fl'-v 2,14 fi A ' Fast dances and - - - - - - Slow dances kept the dance floor full. This year's dances were well attended by the students. Atlantic Star provided the mu- sic at several of this YGHIJS dances. Rallies: GETTING THE STUDENTS INVOLVED The new cheerleaders being initiated at a pep rally. The crowd finds something very amusing. rxnfi is , N i' The pep rallies enable the stu- dent body to become involved with the athletic teams and show their support as a Whole. For the teams, it shows that the students are sup- porting them in their team efforts to win. YT 3 .1 k 'L xr.-4 - i, 'U NIJ L Q I' Y 5 V1.6 . 1 E pig- :-g,f.,K',?! .gb 1-, L9 'i T' A 5, H L Tlif 5 mg H,f'S,i l 'A Y rib ' Q ,fgwulfrg is. rx fb H I, il X il F- :Ang - 3' Qu '+,'vi'. . Y 5 ,Q g- : N f V The hockey team gets Freshman anxiously waiting their tum. "up" for a game at the pep rally 0 I K ,Z " fQv 2 , fl 4 ,i -W2 Hull!!! 'id L 5 lE' I' Q 1 7 U :mia H -Q cn TULPEHOCKEN HIGH SCHOOL CHORUS ,....--""""7'T lg 3 gn-lfffv Chorus: CHORUS PERFORMS AT CHRISTMAS I SOPRANOS I S This year the chorus spe most of their time preparing for the Christmas and Spring concerts, which are held in the school auditorium. High- lighting the activities was the opportunity for the chorus to go the Berkshire Mall and p ticipate in a choral program. The enthusiasm of this year's chorus was a great asset in helping to develop our musica program at T. H. S Row 1: Donna Fisher, Sheila Bond, Suzanne Lake, Roxanne Binner, Bonnie Ritchie, Gretchen I-Iimmelberger, Deb- bie Shreiner, Cindy Keller Row 2: Karen Keller, Debbie Martinez, Wanda Stamrn, Joanne Miller, Donna Stump, Karen Boltz, Renee Krause Row 3: Karen Gay, Sandy Fox, Lisa Keeney, Kathy Sirickler, Alane Seiler, Mary Or- endo, Joy Hess, Felecia Snyder Row 4: Judy Snyder, Karen Schock, Laura Miller, Carol Good, Tammy Claman, Rae Smith, Sue Ziegler, Shelly Krott Row 5: Joan Greenwood, Bormie Marsh, Joy Scheirer, Karen Brush, Sharon Steigerwald, Joann Kreichbaum, Jodi Peiffer, Anne Goda, Brenda Ruth, Corale Greenwood. TENORS AND BASSES 1 - ' is Row 1: John Bailey, Allen Reinhart, David Bond Row 2: Jeff Smith, Judy Kissling, Keith Kline, Kerry Bond, Paul Moyer, Ralph Moyer, John Schucker, Eric Schoener Row 3: Greg Goss, Todd Demmy, Dennis Greenwood, Bret Boyer Getting together before the Christmas concert. AND SPRI G CONCERTS -11 i . Legs .xt I, -,'f I , L., ALTOS Row 1: Donna ShLu'r, Audrey Weller, Laurel Pappas, Justine Bashore, Mary Reif- snyder, Shelly Burkhart, Amy Kissling, Mel Beidler. Row 2: Pam Keeney, Dar- lene Ritchie, Lisa Dieffenbach, Joanne Zerbe, Renee Hershey, Sherri Steinhauer, Narda White, Sharon Wise, Aida Frantz, Bonnie Ehrnfeldt. Row 3: Melaine Cas- kie, Debbie Hoffert, Pat Benfer, Lisa Klopp, Sally Steinhauer, Elizabeth Kress, Judy Malsbury. Row 4: Sherri Johnson, Jill Rudy, Roxanne Newman, Sandy Phil- lipy, Sharon Miller, Carol Miller, Doreen Fabich, Wanda Gingrich, Lorie Stump. Row 5: Jeanne Mowery, Betsy Moyer, Kay Ziegler, Barbara Strunk, Mary Houck. "Not bad jghn, Cgngidering , , , H Oficers: Row 1: Michelle Krott, v. pres., Renee Hershey, sec., Pat Benfer, pres., Row 2: Mr. Kremser, Greg Goss, librarian, Felecia Snyder, librarian. ui fix 35 gl Accompanists: QSittingj John Schucker. Row 1: Sherri Steinhauer, Brenda Ruth, Anne Goda, Pam Keeney, Judy Kissling, Mr. Kremser. "Which way to the concert?" J - K AA . ,ex f 5 . . ,ia , s, f 'x f Y vu I N ' I T ' N f 2 -xi F"-5'VTe?f ' ""'Y. ' ' 'v-i LIKE Dennis Greenwood, John Schucker and jeff Smith all participated in this year's County Chorus. John and Jeffwere also in Dis1:rict Chorus. John was an accompanist in both Choruses. . ff ?. 7' 9 Z, Alright, who made the mistake? v , Sedecim And Pep Band: PRO IDI G SPECIAL MUSIC PEP BAND Row 1: Felecia Snyder, Sue Ziegler, Anne Goda, Barbara Sch- legel, Barry Bross. Row 2: Debbie Himmelberger, Renee Krause, Shelly Burkhart, Aida Frantz, Sharon Miller, Roger Reber, Walter Brown, Mark Kieffer. Row 3: Amy Kissling, Narda White, DebbiefMartinez, Mary Houck, Roxanne Newman, Glenn Riegel, William Pappas, Mel Beidler, Sue Schlegel, Row 4: Joann Zerbe, Tony Wenger. Row 5: Mary Reifsnyder, Sherri Steinhauer, David Keeney, Mr. Weaver. 5 . -A i f-..,,-4 Judy Kissling. Sedecim and Pep Band each provide special music for school events. The form- er performs at the Christmas and Spring concerts. The members of this group are considered the best singers in the Senior class. This year in addition to the concert performances, they sang for a Women's Club. Pep Band plays at all the home basket- ball games. They support the team by playing spirited songs that enthuse the crowd. Pep Band is composed of band members who are willing to take a little time to show their school spirit through music. Row 1: Sue Ziegler, Shelly Krott, Shelly Burkhart, Renee Hershey, Mr. Kremser. Row 2: Joy Scheirer, Corale Greenwood, Felecia Snyder, Roxanne Newman, Lisa Klopp, Sally Steinhauer. Row 3: John Schucker, Dennis Greenwood, Greg Goss, Kerry Bond, Keith Kline, Jeff Smith, N 133 VIA -. km QJK -aP5" , 'Rai , i - , 1 . , . 1 , -.. f r '."'. 1 1 1' ' , 1 ,,. I 4: I I . 1 1 ,V N U, ' - , -ry., 1 -,.,:.,' . :DEA .Q , ,. ,. ,lv V . - I e 1-, 14, . ' 4 1 TULPEHGCKE ,. Iv f 1 ,- 15 ,. 3. Q1 L- ic. D .1- f. .4 ta, ,r. 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SCHOOL MARCHI G BA Band: PARADES KEEP BAN Row 1 fkneelingj: Kathy Kissling, Vicki Himmelberger Row 2: Judy Snyder, Elaine Trautman, Lori Beidler, Jayme I-Iimmelberger, Debbie Himmelberger, Sherri Steinhauer, Judy Kissling Pat Benfer, Judy Kissling, Bonnie Ehrn- Row 1: Val Boehmer, Bonnie Ehrnfeldt, Traci Rissinger Row 2: Cin- feldt, Band Front Captains. dy Sheaman, Ruby Deitzler, Kathy Strickler, Shelli Rissinger, Tam my Claman . ., A Sitting: Pat Benfer Row 1: Brenda Nolt, Karen Schock Row 2: Roxanne Binner, Darlene Ritchie, Crystal Brown, Angel Benfer LERT AND BUSY Participation in the Myerstown parade as well as other local parades throughout the year kept the band alert and busy. 'The Christmas and Spring concerts took a lot of hard work, which the band willingly ac- cepted. The good attitudes of the band members were helpful in trying new and different music. This was dis- played at the Spring Concert when the band front performed a routine to one of the more difficult band num- bers. Officers: Row 1: Mr. Weaver, Felecia Snyder, v.presg Mel Beidler, presg Row 2: Sue Ziegler, secg Richard Printz, sec-treas. Kneeling: Sue Schlegel Row 1: john Doherty, Sally Steinhauer, Mi- chael Brown, Joanne Zerbe, Carol Gettle Didnut anyone ten you to keep in time? Ly ., mf' Lisa Shirk, Ralph Moyer, Mary Reifsnyder, Bret Boyer, Greg Goss, Gary Parker, Gary Ritzman, Gor- don Roth 'l"" ' --ww-g-Q., PERFGRMANCE IMPROVES . Row 1: Setphanie Miller, Tammy Fleming, Cindy Keller, Debbie Martinez, Amy Kis- sling. Row 2: Kevin Remley, Sheila Bond, Renee Krause, Lisa Fondoble, Karen Boltz, Sue Miller. Row 3: Roxanne Newman, Sandy Phillipy, Narda White, Mary Houck, Aida Frantz, Elaine Trautman, Felecia Snyder, Gretchen I-Iimmelberger, Shelly Burkhart, Sharon Miller. lib t, l. I Practice makes perfect. You got the wrong order. Row 1: Mary Shirk, Sue Ziegler, Lisa Klopp, Melanie Caskie, Barbara Schlegel, joan Greenwood. Row 2: Sherri Steinhauer, Anne Gods, Pam Keeney, Barry Bross, Debbie Derr, Holly I-Ietrick, janet Bashore, Lori Stoudt, John Schucker, Debbie Himmelberger. WITH HARD WORK w F..- A4 . , -1 C' , . . Fr - QTEK ,Tlx '74 3 ,-v , ,Q n 7E - .- 'ill ,M '.5I":uf. - Jp-fl 1.--'ggi 'Qi 1 , 1? 1, , 1, - r., . D 1 :fi-5 ' ez,"-" , 53 ,yjgz l L . V ,. ' emi A . , i, If I I ' A 'I "' , - 3,415 f f 2 i FN Y! K . W "' , ' - X "vi m I, -e 1533! no -.3 Row 1: Mary Orendo, David Bond, Terry Gross, William Looking good. Zeigler. Row 2: Darrell Luckenbill, Richard Frantz, Mel Beidler, Richard Printz, William Pappas, Richard Maz- ess, Glenn Riegel. ,fr 3 ' 7 s . . 112-ff" Are you boys enjoying yourselves? 1 E' Row 1: Daryl Hamish, Mark Kieffer, Walter Brown. Row 2: Roger Reber, Doug Soliday, Mark Moyer, David Keeney, Tony Wenger, David Balthaser. 'N "Alright! . . . it's Friday!" "It's just not that simple. " fn :Aff Traveling On With "Whatcha doing tonight, cutie?" I ,' 4 17" "This is how it's done." Daydreaming again, Greg "On the count of three--1 . . . 2 . . . 3 . . . " "Hey, that was fun!" L , I A wi' : I -, X " f , - , R N- .N r .. f if It f X V 'T' 2,41 I, X 4 X f . E, ,f , W. - l . " ' t d 'th all these Tulpehocken's wrestling club. o:glg2ZSa?li? We gomg O 0 W1 Student Activities If i 4 1 1 'Please don't tell my Mom." "What am I doing here?" W Sue speaks softly, but carries a big stick. E E ff ,. , f:' h ' 4 jg 5 J . My-,- Q wr Y-M'-. bb! Xl 'V 1. Q.. 1 -iv , 5" NE? ,.,,-A.1 -L...2.a.i..-f . A - -nu ' q-nn-ni ' 4 - A H i fg "' , -f A. s - ., -w--rss. ,af-f..,.1' ... 'f' 'ii' B I u i mug ' ""' . Jig '- NNW i Y I 4 7:12, r -J N ' 'A I, TP X .,, W U ,,, Q V 'V -P P' 'TL '.,, f'..Y..-1J!kf'fF"'M 1:5-3, ,, gg --nv uwvr ' , I , . .M gl I 'ff , M - Q--L5-,...., . -Q-...f. R? h vw.-.w we 1 . . '11-mf:far-'f'.Af:if'?:E-2-r4'1' 'lixi-?' a Q X V' .5 1123" 'efy,, 4 Iwi!-H-'1.'4., l 1 - p M ' l "MY:- j,.'lT"'Kl-' Q V 1 P xx ,, . ' ' , . 1 4 Q' . ', l' W 'uf 'wif ul Y ' 'V' 4 L ' 1 :, Aww' V ' . ' 6 b 3" "W Y b i'gii'?7r'7 ' ' rx '. ' A 1 , Hu. 1 - -I v - . , 1' -4 ' pw' 1.3 H' 'N " ,iv ' .Q Q 553'-iff N P- 'V-in .W - ,, 1, 41 NI. Q I 551' f I in mlm ' H " . A AL .lk Ai. W, .1 I l - f "-1-.V I pf: fn. 1 . ' . 39 ' f 4!'.i17f ,. an If C -' v A - t7 U h 1 I iifw-EE: 'Q f. - - ,. -5- "'! ---"4-.L P CHEERLEADER Front: Karin Gilg, Cindy Stoudt, Bonnie Ehrnfeldt. Back: Rae Smith, Tina Groff, joan Greenwood, Tammy Cla man, Kathy Strickler. Q X f Q Q , qii ' 1.5 I l I ,P 5 ia' -+R J. V. Captain, Lisa Sherkg Varsity Captain, Bonnie Ehrnfeldtg d l Advisor, Miss Wilhelm. ' , i 1 ,-Tim-'ff ' '5H!5"t'3 ...---v ef -,-...Q-1-f Front: Tammy Fleming, Steph Miller, Trish Davis. Back facrossj: Lisa Sherk, Cindy Wallace, Lisa Foncloble. Missing: Sheila Bond. X Y f -F 4 , ' -2 1' . ,1 f f 'if ff-4 . Qi -gygfjg fa 1" 14" '-3 i 1 s 1 R' ' I .K ' ,fl l 1 ji. 11 . V ' . 4i,.A " vi nm - ' -e -, - J ' 7 T-R-O-J-A-N-S! '-L -'e" l xv X v "1- 1 I Q var' LQ-5 l 5 xllhlihll. .t ' I If xiii! , J 523' The cheerleaders get involved. Miss Wilhelm, a new advisor to the cheerlead- ers, innovated new ideas that added to the spirit of Tl-IS. Consisting of 14 girls, the cheerleading squad sparked enthusiasm among the student body and led the teams on to many victories. Victories may be great or few, but the T HS spirit always re- mains. GIRL TENN S V x X A A pvu 73 1 Row 1: Christine Bicher, Sherri Steinhauer, Ruby Deifzler, Karen Schock, Elaine Trautman, Karen Boltz, Malsbury, Lisa Sherk, Lisa Keeney -- Manager. Row 2: Sandy Fox, Judy Snyder, Aida Frantz, Jodie Malsbury, Vicki Himmelberger, Cathy Waldron. Row 3: Coach Livezey, Sally Steinhauer, Sandy Phillipy, Meredith, Tina Delong, Kim Kauffman, Meg Harrison -- Manager. 1 'lv 'V fb . . LJ hc 15 I 'S Y pw- I 1 K M. if -. K, Coach Livezey Managers: Meg Harrison and Lisa Keeney Judy Janis ,.--Q .-.Sd I iii Tina Delong .ya w Q", r' ff-ff! 7 1 Af ff far 1j"f Haus' ::,..4. 1 ,. 'I . ,,, dv- .,.. ll-P2 ff 'ir' Q4 Sfsvhfwlfi' A V in j .... ,T .a..-,1,-. 1 Q, -eg'-Q-Li: ' T vin' .-, 1 - .g... V . l. I -. ff' . , C 'ff , ,,4 A ' .. 5... N ' ' A 1 it-551111. ,G-.3 ,, 'T aa J - ala- 1 ge LH '1'., ,, ff", A 417f7'2 t T n Q ,f :V ' I . , f 5'-U ' 1, ,. f ,:, ,, 0'f"'4f'! A 1 ' ' ' 'P . . . :gt ,!J1g"f ff, ' 9.35 l -' ,A af season Wlth Splflt and iff I J 1'-L, I .- V4 -'Q . if jf iff,-'53,-'l., 1, :,'!LJ,,'r . ' - f Alf: 5. 'fl 'IU--iv, ,T ,fy S e njflffr' -L , J I ', 1" ,4'L1'yI T . ' '. , 'fn , ,- ' 1, ,-'24 "T . ' ,-I a .qi ., , -fit cg ' ':.Y:,.:T -,a.,:,: ...ff I . . I I3 At' .411 ?f4 Kathy Waldron H5 Sally Steinhauer f "wtf A "1'-Tennis AWE? -.7'Zj-"! ,gf They ' 'Hamburg 4 5.,, ' -Reading 5 ' Wyomissing 7 5 Twin Valley 1 2 3 Schuylkill 5 Valley f S S Conrad Weiser 2 Forfeit Hamburg Forfeit 5 Conrad Weiser 2 4 Twin Valley 3 1 Reading 6 4 Schuylkill Valley Q 3 2 Wyomissing 5 51543 Kun Kauffman The glrls teI1I11S team spent thelr fmal Spflng excltement Although thls was Mrs LlVSZey'S last year as coach, h pushed the young team forward Thls was the last sprmg tenms sea son, as all future matches w1ll be played 1n the fall 52 Michele Meredith BUYS TENNIS , ' ' rp .. - - v -D , ,Mft r-,,. - 1 ' , ,NK - I " Ii" I I ' -.3 l' '-'. 5, A' . 151 sewn ' ff 1 1 Nia J if .. Row 1: Keith Kline, Alan Weaver, Henry Bicher, David Swan, Randy Fisher. Row 2: Eric Schoener, Steve Stephan, Tim Porter, Ron Reber, Coach Ullrich. Row 3: Richard Bausher, Kent Davis, Rickey Walmer, Bob Swoyer. n::in illliili .Ill-Ill 'glllllf 'lllll ug: cv be J Qt M v i c h 5' 69 bfi! mf' A I .. S it df , -J ,f LL .ad I T" Coach UU-I'iCh and 21SS't Coach Coun Doubles Champions for 1977 are Steve Stephan W Bin Eckert' and David Swan. ,ifr- E 4541 Steve Stephan N 3 'L W4 Henry Bicher Although the "77 team did ,',,r .451 1 'Q t ' f-ti 1 L K, 'es .! . ,wk,qH3,3,,tV,l A - 3- -QA:Lu.- i -3 ,L V. , - AY., .,a.,, A A42 David Swan . Tennis 7 We ' S They 2 G Nergor-Mifflin . 4 2 "fading ,' ' 5 1 I 'hlenburg y ,1 ' 61 2 Q ,omissing ' ' 'J 51 1 I lsong L H t 6 3 i hnraq Weiser M A: 4 O vergor Mifflirifx ' 3 ' nra W :ser 1 9 adiig P 6 1 , f hlenburg L ' 6 0 ' omfpsing p j Z Gwlsorf aj ,ji Sw- 1 at :- t or I , , -sql, J.. ,. . , -.-, ., .,..-. -uf ' . in-:' . , , . ,HA ...we .,. - vii' '-. . -- -- -1 -- .ew -1- le. 44, . . , 44 -,. ,, w V' -me ,A not win a match, they be- County Doubles Champs, Steve and Came a Close knit group as Dave advanced to the third round in District 3. they watched their 9951 doubles team win the County MA. r -' -... .. I Wig!! 4153 Tim Porter ...'.....-' "' , -L--f 51. ,,,. - ,A 4. il.-4:-pil' " ' fiffia' 2 W I 1114 fl , r 1 K v A Q: .-g 5 21,4 Q X .Q 'QQ , - 'L xtr Wg xbur, , x "L+ E' 5' X Q' Q xv! N I V. . . ,A ff Y Z I! , , LA 5,451 7'-if ' I " , 1 . 5,-,I 17.717 ' ' " ",'-'e":'Q"','7,' E 7Q'f.j,S6j.iQ' , J H , , 1 L' ,ff -xv fy 'A i'n..'w,a3.4:9' if H 0 I avr' r 7' . J, 45 Bob Swoyer Doubles Championship. The team gave spirit and encouragement when it was most important. TRACK K 'R 777 1 If Row 1: David Balthaser, Kevin Remley, John Doherty, Kevin Downs, Doug Soliday, David Bond, Donald Waldron, Steve Forry, Tom Wise, Scott Gerberich. Row 2: Sam Heim, Roger Yiengst, Rod Keeney, Cliff Beidler, Vaughn Saunders, Randy Davis, Charlie Mogel. Row 3: Coach Hepner, David Rogers, Peter Angstadt, Keith Kissling, Keith Moyer, Richard Deitrich, Dennis Greenwood, Allen Reinhart, Ken Stamm, Roy Kohr, Pat Downs, Don Lebo, Barry Weaver, Scott Moyer, Barry Kissling, Terry Wagner, Richard Printz, Justin Beck, Wayne Freeman, Coach Crim. A if 523 . fm 4 50- We 1' 143 80 38 68 66 73 1 1 1 ljy I2 ' R Track Brandywine Twin Valley . Elco - , Hamburg 1 Norlebco-V C 'Kutztown Fleetwood They 3 7 70 52 j 82 .,83"1 f 2 77' 3 9' Coaches: I-Iepner and Crim. Track Scorekeepers. Row 1: Sharon Wise, Cindy Stoudt, Kelly Brown, Verine Davis, Doris Hershey, Kathy Kissling. Row 2: Rox Newman, Corale Greenwood, Kristie Knapp. Row 3: Sue Reinhart, Sue Miller, Joan Greenwood, Dawn Newman, Karen Hoffert, Shelly Burkhart, Sharon Miller. A Sam Heim tied the high jump record of 6'9" this year. L.. V x . . ,- , 1 X. 51 8. PM ""'Y"" .I 1 , A x. X Q., ' . v 1 A . .ksgg h -+-ai' ' 4 " .J Roger takes first. Another Bruce Jenner? The track team went to every meet with a positive attitude. It paid off as they came away victorious over Brandywine and Fleetwood. Many other triumphs follow- ed. fAs always Venzke Relays added a touch of extra excitement to the meets.J Because a number of Freshmen competed this year, we can look forward to a strong team next year. Yi ' "' -r 'f-'Nd ' V 1 I 2 4 ' 3' 'rf hi ' 'S X- ., -.S ,Q -A :rx-1, . 1 ,,,., ,, , . -.4 '.-hw-hx 1. qs ,f Dietz set a new discus record of 146'4" Captains: Yiengst fkneelingl Kissling, Downs, Heim, Saunders, Dietrich. SOF TB LL l Row 1: Cindy Fisher, Vicki Rissinger, Stacey Gay, Candace Kissling, Tammy Leonhard. Row 2: Brenda Royer, Crystal Graeff, Lisa Ziegler, Lori Beidler, Kris Gilg, Joanne Kirkhoff, Mel Beidler. Row 3: Mary Reifsnyder, Donna Fisher, Penny Bicksler, Amy Harrison, Angel Benfer, Lisa Oakman, Lisa Dieffenbach, Holly Hetxick, Coach Chesonis. 2. A " . , '-.'y..,,.i'7, "HQ'1'l'2i5iff'1 1a4 ' LT'-"A ' "ff.f1'7'f 951' W , V -:.,c:- iff '. ' - -.'1'-'P'--2 '-f- .- f '- P'-f' ' ia-'T?2sQS?' if-. ' 'Jiri' A r "' Wligse . A qgtlggi,-V A ,N K v.'l52" "'ff NW' -a-' , . ' Y ,fr 4, ,, Lx Ml uvgwiy AI., f.-1 Q X 1 gr itty' af w e .num - I L ft--14, H Facing tough competition, A the softball team managed to place second in their section. Their league rec- T O ord was 6-4 and over all yw , was 10-5. The team was 11 Own also victorious in the Norlebco Tournament for ' T the second year in a row. Coach Chesonis and Captains: Fisher, Y A Win Y L" Kixling and Leonhard - C -I 'Q f ' .v "' VF ff, JA' T v T' Ma . l v ,Nl T 'Ne J The 3 is C nr , ' iser 4' 3 g N1 1 c A ., - O 1' I' -1 N ' 4 I 1 5's nl' 4 11,11 IQ, nl. 'IQ il 3' 1 1.1" xy: '1 3 1' rj, 5 ' 'fl IT- . 3 1 1 ,y Q a 1B 14 1 1' 1 5: l y Q 4 1 N M , A ::, 7 i. li-I 'I J- 5 i fig L lim T ,, in a V T "" 3. 1 ll L ,1 I Seniors: Cindy Fisher, Stacy Gay, Candy Kissling, Viclci Rissinger, Tammy Leonhard. Managers -- Holly Hetrick, Mary Reif- l Snyder, Donna Fisher. l Vicki made the all-star team as catcher, and Cindy made it as shortstop. Cindy Fisher shows them how it's done. Dancing the softball shuffle. '- it ' '. .ara 1 - . , , . , ,nf .. - e ' .51-,rw y A . M1335 fr" ' ., .4 , :..5am1l Stacy demonstrates her perfect form. VARSITY BASEBALL 1 ll A 4 , ,X lf , ' T!"N Y . Y. 1 , .- V, A ,Q . 'j' Tk. l , 4 A v .1 X X J a -1' in 1 nv 'fi ' . fi- ' V 2 -ir .ifefl 'Q ' Y. ' A M, , , , , y H Q . A V fx '-'. r' , ' .. s ' ,J 'U ' v, 5 3 U ,. 'A JE, "' 7 1 ' . A ' . i X. A , ,L . A ' i, -i -vf ' f vu, I I ' l 'Pi 1 r A A. 1 ' 1 igmkw Mi Q, l ,J . 1, , X 5 lui. o fi'-27592353 9-A AN' '-' 'S' ' A ,- hifi'-A 5 . a,4Q:flf5f'i521ii , . , N b A I. y Q ,f - ' r 1 , ij , f42gr,.'a-433 ,fo N ' . S X , I ki 'L . Ll, v ' . f fy'-af"::w .1f,':' 'A lax A . 2 . A f L4 ' ' U x ,' , " ' " .9 v . X xi I A ai vqlgw. g,'.,.:" I 3- 1 .f., JL 3 ' X N - 'tra "' 'X .ff 1 - ,flffway lf 1 - V J . . 'X -. I -3 N "in ' I 5 l.'PC"' ' jf.: ' -- ,f 1 4 WL ' ' .1 w- Ll' , iq.. ., s 9' 'vl f 4 'A . ' '- A . " 14 . f' . - X- f' ..f't'l7"' I :Karla f 1 lj ,ft Y I M. -F V, 'I A l H' x A V , A ,Na .,:v,M In E. IL.. i ' 1' ."3sQ:-:95"' 1 ffT'T.r"'7' f:.', -n '91,-' 9 l , , M 1 4 . Row 1: Mickey Cornelius, Brian Downs, Randy Shurr. We 5 8 A 2 rf' My - 1 " :l . ' 2 4,3-A3-ff' Q , ii' ' 3 21,4 v A I 4 Kurt Iorh, Jim Boyd, Vaughn Bohn. Row 2: Dan Miller, Ron Lebo, Mike Rollman, Row 3: Kevin Kline, Tim Paulson, Randy Kissling, Steve Weaver, Coach Beissel. Baseball Fleetwoodl me V Norlebco - , They, , .Ep '.16v,1' 41 7, s,chuy1ki11 Valley' Q7 Hamburg V122 Wyomissing Muhlenburg Conrad Weiser F, - A tiff,-T-p5 VPN Governor Mifflin., 4' 13345 A yi" I-Ioly Name A Vi., Q, ,J f'1'Wyomissing , ,I , ' , ,. Q , if iff, Wilson ,h A K A 8 Schuylkill Vallky k y , W LLP- 9 ' Hamburg ' .. 1 .. a'51.L1a:1w "- Coach Beissel aan. , aa 5 i. r -, in-f fl El" .xi fn , .A+1, .-1 J, 0 6 8 8 ' a 2 14 H11 10 avprv -YZQEQECP A if-a54ewf,c"'?""P 6- V-ww' "j,f,i?isl', K-.l L , ,., -:ral-4 iw "A play at first. " A ' 1 QQ-L ' 5. " .sr L - T Senior: Kurt Lorah f. 4 .,, if - 'ff 1' s.-,Jw If , I .. Senior: Kevin Kline x x ll x 'I ul Ji. ' hu.: Vi N ,v,,. Q., . .. Captains: Kissling and Kline I y ,v xv Q I, I 4.. . M Www. i' "" 'Kid Semor M1ke Rollm an The varsity team had a difficult season. A couple of bad breaks and injuries along with internal prob- lems prohibited a Winning season. This season Was Coach Beissel's last. He Wishes to thank the dedi- cated baseball players who stuck it out through the defeating season. Senior: Danny Miller av Senior: Randy Shun' . BASEBALL Xpfff - N' 'ki Row 1: Kenny Rank, Terry Gross, Dean Heberling, Richard Brown, Mike Cornelius, Barry Fornwalt. Row 2: Joel Kirkhoff, Eric Stupp, Jeff Kline, Randy White, Dale Bicher, Darryl Sheidy. Row 3: jack Younker, Randy Blatt, Kenny Miller, Brad Benfer, Todd Leonhard, Steve Luckenbill, Coach Price. 'i Y The J. V. team started out badly but upped their record near the end of the Jg, season. The young players NH. B 'D 11 . . I V 4. look forward to a vrctorrous We -1 15551 ay x Thai' future. f' ,, 7 Norlebcgii-" M " 1 8 l 9 -f Schuylkilql Valley ,- 19 11 ',k' ' ,Mfyomissing 12 . 21 ' i, Penn 8 V ' o wwimsan , 7 . f 2 Conrad Weiser! ",. ' 4 ' C ' N 5 i .1 Wyomissijjgg liw- 4 Tar V 5 ' 1Mt. Pennigf-f' 3 - 1 I 4 Schuyllgil Valley 5 N 10 if f ,F21-miarmgvd 3 if A - Coach Price Captains: Blatt and Benfer CRGSS COU TRY Row 1: Alan Reinhart, Don Waldron, Steve Forry, Row 2: Wayne Freeman, Ron Reber, Dennis Greenwood, Dawn Newman, David Balthaser 5 :QL Statisticians: Roxanne Newman and Judy Kissling. 32 49 21 39 43 22 What a strict coach! We 35, 28, 3 6 .,.., - Captain: Don Waldron. Don also made the All-Star team. Cross Country N6i'l'e'bco Daniel Boone Fleetwood Twinjfalley . .Kutztown s Brandywine Oley n Schuylkill Valley Hamburg "They 25 15 ss, 21 7 QZQ '33 22 28 21 W N . X Y If Ng- Coach Hepner 'vi 'Y-tr! ' 'Q' " ff' I-. .N '- . -...A-4- Af . , 'i ' T. Hx -'V' , . 'J Y A SRg is x- . J- Q- -Q -l 1 Q ir, N. -Q af. fx !h?1e'L?:ff1 ' - . ' ' . L. 4 - iff ,. :mf F -4 Lx I -'rg - v-. .' x V ,"'5f Y -.5 . y t Sri? . A :rf 412 4.2-aw-1 :- This year's cross country team had a fairly successful season. The team had 5 regular run-- ners, 2 part-time, and the first female. Don Waldron set a course record at Schuylkill Val- ley and placed first in 7 meets. Coach Hepner looks forward to an ex- perienced team next year. VARSITY HOCKEY Row 1: Sue Farnsworth, Lori Beidler, Lisa Oakzman, Gretchen Himmelberger, Joann Kirkhoff, Angel Benfer. Row 2: Crystal Graeff, Kathy Kissling, Laurel Pappas, Felecia Snyder, Kelly Brown, Penny Bixler. Row 3: Doris Hershey, Mel Beidler, Pat Benfer, Lisa Ziegler, Amy Harrison. Hockey We O Brandywine ' 1 N orlebco 3 ' Fleetwood 2 Central Catholic 1 Kuiztown 1 ::'-- 7 ' 51, Avgit. 'Pemii 2 'I5aiaie1 Boone ll" 'H' Fleetwood O Twin Valley 0' if Brandywine J' 2LNorlebco Tournament 2 Lelsignon 3 Norlebco Coach Livezey and co-captains: Mel Beidler and Pat Benfer. They 1 2 O 1 1 1 O 1 O 2 2 0 2 The 1977 hockey tea members had great en- thusiasm. This, along with skills developed by Coach Livezey, led them to Victory in the Norleb- co Tournament. The trophy and victories added to the season and made it a great experi- ence for everyone. Forward Line: fKnee1ingj Kathy Kissling, Lisa Oakman, Halfbacks: Lisa Ziegler, Angel Benfer, Doris Hershey, Laurel Pappas QStandingj Gretch Himmelberger, Lori Beid- Amy Harrison, Kelly Brown. ler, Joann Kirkhoff, Crystal Graeff, Felecia Snyder ,14!Lz- V - Fullback: Pat Benfer. Goalies: sue Farnsworth and Mel Beidler Fulbackz Penny Bicksler Q, r., . Q8 1 v- hi' I x I. i I ' IS this how fhel' P1aY h0CkeY? Managers: Sharon Miller, Dawn New- man, and Marilyn Krill. J HOCKEY Row 1: Brenda Bauman, Cindy Fox, Pam Keeney, Traci Rissinger, Lisa Dieffenbach. Row 2: Connie Nolt, Criss Blown, Val Boehmer, Cheryl Gay, Cheryl Saunders. Row 3: Nina Brown, Jayme I-limmelberger, Debbie Himmel- berger, Mary Houck, Shelli Rissinger. J. V. Hockey With the addition of a new Coach, Miss Mohn We , Thev rho 1977 Lv. Hockey 1 Brandywine 1 h d ful 1 Norlebco 0 team a a success 1 Fleetwood 1 season. They had only ? gefc1zt:'a1Cath01iC 13 2 returning players on 11 OW!! - - he team. But this in- o O1 o f 0 MtiyPenn 0 experience was not 3 IQIHHE 3210112 1 noticeable as they lost E6 O0 1 Twin Valley 0 only 1 game' 0 Brandywine O fn., I Sc! 4 I Assistant Coach Mohn and J.V. Q 6? co-captains: Connie Nolt and Shelli - Rissinger J V SOCCER i-wifi V Fw ' rg: ,.- , . 4 . -1 . -xy ' H .F 171, , 50 vi- I ' flfb "': ' V, " tc 'Q-" " 6 il- -VY ' I 'Q ff A . " LV. Soccer ' A K ,I D ' f -T," . V. yf'fl1'f1r'e 'Sr ' .'1,:,?', " 6- ' -. We . 'If?S?Jr5i--1 0' 'Q gs'-wsgng M . rQ?1'- , " ff52"i,.fQfPT7"3"5 f ,2 - 1 ,jB!1f4'111'S , 'A al. f 0 G-bigger 'Mifflin 1 W A A Eleiiyvoodl 0' W 4' ' '1ME'L'-"Penn i. 1,5 I '. 1 Oi 1 A- 'fBi?11d5'Win6s. Q L 2 Kutzttgwn WL, 0 ' I A' Oley ' 1 2, A ,N Wilson 2 'T ' F 'Hambiirg' ' 0 Reading Row 1: Daryl Crowding, Mark Shirl-c, Ted Kline, Melvin Fansler, Rod Dieffenbach, Harold Trauunan, John Mc- Carthy. Row 2: Craig Seiffert, Barry Bross, Randy Bomberger, Steve Fisher, John Dialer, Jeff Remley, Doug Sol- iday. Row 3: Brian I-Iimmelberger, jeff Gunther, Kevin Frantz, William Wagner, Glen Miller, Dale Light, Brian Pieffer. Row 4: john Hotzman, Howie Watts, Mike Ruth, Richard Brown, Scott Gerberich. They 0 O 1 2 - WO i 'to Q 1 1 0 o -3 f-"ffM1,.'!:a.c".1"......-- gl , ..-. - The I. V. soccer team did not have a successful season. But success is not truly measured by Wins and losses. It is measured by effort, progress, and dedi- cation. The 1977 I. V. 's all exhibited these qualities. They look forward to a great team next year. ...x, 4-'li-,A P 2.-g gfr?-1 Y -- -v-..?:- SOCCER Row 1: Brian Schlappich, David Bond, Kenny Rank, Terry Gross, Jeff Kline, Kevin Remley, Eric Stupp, Todd Leonhard. Row 2: Richard Franiz Ba Hoffert oe1K.irkhoff Rand Blatt Ron Lebo ohn Flanne Dale Mo 2 a J 0 J Y s a J YY: Y' er, Brad Benfer. Row 3: Steve Luckenbill, Kenny Miller, Mark Adams, Wayne Freeman, Vaughn Bohn, Brian Downs, Ron Reber, Kevin Zerbe. Assistant Coach Wolf and Coach Wentling. 'SOCCER THEY Garden Spot 5 Reading 1 Hamburg - O Gov. 1' Conrad Weiser A 1 Wilson '- 3 Fleetwood 5 Mt. Penn 0 Twin Valley 1 Brandywine ' . 3 Kutztown 1 Oley 0 Wilson O Conrad Weiser 2 Gov. Mifflin O Hamburg O Reading. T 2 Brandywine Qplayoffj 1 NORLEBCO TOURNAMENT Lancaster 1 Norlebco O 1 A Tri-Captains: Brian Downs, Vaughn Bohn, and Ron-Lebo. g Q ,G an fa Richard Frantz, Eric Stupp, Kenny Miller, Ron Reber, Todd SSIHOTSS Kevin Zerbe, Brian Downs, Vaughn Randy Blatt, Kevin Remley Bohn, Mark Adams, Wayne Freeman, Ron Reber, Ron Lebo X ,g x ' X! .I ilgrukfqglw xi- A. Y ' x , vb 'Q A Fullbacks: Wayne Freeman, Brian Downs, Dale Moyer, Barry I-loffert, Brad Benfer, Kenny Rank, jeff Kline Halfbacksz Qkneelingj David Bond, Brian Schlappich, Joel Kirkhoff. fStandingj Ron Lebo, Mark Adams, John Flannery, Terry Gross i, Goalies: Steve Lucken- bill, Vaughn Bohn, and Kevin Zerbe .4 W ,. .I I ,...:g3,., , -- 'fl ,,M,yp,,,eQM ., .n r v. . ...W y ,,- if ..,- -.L- -,--, This year's soccer team finished second in their di- vision. From here they matched against Brandywine for the newly-designated "wild-card" spot for District III playoffs. This game they lost to Brandywine on a third- quarter penalty kick. In the Norlebco Tournament they captured the third place trophy. They lost to Lancaster and defeated Norleb- co in the Second game. The Trojans also had 2 players d selected to the All-Star team. Brian Downs was selected Managers: Randy Fisher, GUY Bashore' on the Division Iteam and Ron Lebo was chosen to the All-County team. GIRLS TENNIS as "dd , If ' .,-Y " il ' 1 --vu rs- fl N' S WWI, ir., Row 1' Karen Boltz, Roberta Soliday Denise Wa 'ne I d M lsb . , y , -u -y na ury, Mel Casky, Cindy Sheaman, Amy Kissling. Row 2: Janis Malsbury, Lisa Klopp, Karen Schock, Judy Snyder, Aida Frantz, Renee Krause, Sherri Steinhauer. Row 3: Elaine Trautman, Vicki I-Iimmelberger, Sandy Phillipy, Narda White, Christine Bicher, Sally Steinhauer. Tiqnnis e g , 1 Schuylkill- Valley 1' Fleetwood 2 :M1Lih1e nberg 6 Brandywine 4 Hamburg i Mt. Penn ' f Kutztown r 1 Schuylkill Valley 2 Fleetwood 3 Muhlenberg 4 Brandywine 5 Mt. Penn ' 5 Hamburg 0 Kutztown Coaches: Winter and Ullrich. X ex 6 6 .5 .1 'O 2 6 6 5. 4 3 2 2 7 Q 45 l :fri J I 1 S -za rm- ,5' '- lx -fl - -, 4 in N, Newt" ff V y ' ll My,fjQ,RQl.4S+ 1-ma" NX Lx Co-Captains: Sally Steinhauer and Janis Malsbury. "En garde ! " , ' 3: ,A I' I T i .44 V- .-rE!14'i'2 X -gli , . 1 -' -. - l .---4.e..,.. --...1 .41 92 Lisa Klopp . 'W' lllw A. ,'e..a-,--L' H ,W-'-"."" Ji . 'fb 1 '.. j I ,,--- .asv t w Xt' Y' .- -Q .,, x Q' u rdf' lf- W 'wg d f . s -' Q ,., fisfj L-nl., n-rr, 1. ,..-V I K W M ,R f 'ft 1 md .- ""--' if' .V fvlffilff I .LIN ....,f. 1' ,M-J fi. s 1 f-ri, fa 4, J". Q' 1r.-- V asia 1-W1 -sa :-ff?-ffl W1 ix Unis? I,-kv T , ,, ,fi ,fI,,. lam. , .- ' ' 0 Y' 4 1s+++-:jf 4 , , it . , , A I W V , 'V , .NT f-641' f ' 6 ' . n ' 1 ' VT Y ' 5-- , 4 ' L if ' . A Li... 47-.4.. ' L ,. . - ' 1 N ' f ' V ' 'f . f L . gf' 1 ' ' .N -.vA A .Q , ffl Sally Steinhauer SE-.1 55 L, to 121: ua 5-I m B 5. Z in EZ' E i Q 3,45 Aida Frantz M sandy Phillipy Throughout the season the arrival of the 'T HS girls' team at an away match usu- ally resulted in surprised and bemused expressions on the faces of the home team coaches and players. Twenty four girls piling out of abus, carrying arm loads of food is not the usual picture as- sociated With tennis. Says Coach Winter, "Our team is both the largest and the hungriest in the country. " VARSITY BASKETBALL Front: Amy Harrison, Mary Reifsnyder, Verine Davis, Lisa Lebo, Sue Schlegel, Beth Roth. Back: Lisa Ziegler, Shelli Rissinger, Lisa Klopp, Pat Benfer. gig . 5. 2 - N 3 N ig rg- -A V is 4 fe he-f' s , ' -.. l ' 1 V, . 'Pu 'kxh Li Q, , S N , x . ., X ' - .' ' " ... A ,Q . A . 'A ' 7' h .X P , . af 2:52 ' I Managers-Front: Mel Beidler, Karen Gay, Sherri Steinhauer Back' Val Boehmer Dawn Newman Coach Mohn with co-captains, Pat Benfer and Lisa Klopp. Lori Beidlez- ' I Senior, Sue Schlegel I J 5- I A fri 3 -in L gli I iss 'al -is - i -I ' fi I: r-'LTI' hy hm. U if Q I C N EJ Mn We Scores T hey Valley Senior, Lisa Klopp 29 Oley 17,4 Schuylkill 3 Guards- Mary Reifsnyder, Lisa Lebo, Lisa Klopp, Beth Roth, Verine Davis. Forwards- Sue Schlegel, Amy Harrison, Shelli Ris- singer, Pat Benfer, Lisa Ziegler. Senior, Beth Roth New basket- ball coach, Miss Mohn, led the team through a difficult year. The team was very inexperienced and learned much throughout the season. They look forward to a good team next year. GIRL'S JV BASKETBALL 1 Terry Sonon, Penny Bicksler, Cheryl Gay, Jayme I-Iimmelberger, Angel Benfer, Lisa Oakman, Denise Downs, Apri Dreisbach, Traci Rissinger. if X- I ot, 14 A v . '31 VI' ing .mi W ' Iiflonrgld Weiser Q1 25 sse- Lebafion Gatliolic 5521 Wyomissing I- '21 .Tas s a Daniels.Boo.net fl H6 i e 3a f :Kuczfgln - V242 11.97 :" l'1fi'7 T' ,Y .V l i' a9sig 1.-fy , sw ee' F391 gi- .nfsrgif gp T0 .1i9:'i:s?, fwiiay ' 30 "4' " MS' 1 lI'1" OOI'1eA"7xRr,?ii4,?2I27. 3.9 f' Brand 1 "e" ' 1 412' 331 Kutztown 177 28 Twin Valley I 19 34:5 A Fleetwood f Z3 36 y ,, Mr. Penn i -13, 4213 l ' Oleyfgii Us ' K 27 schurilkiii valley 1,1 ffm FT' ' 0 W W 1 I. ay' . v ' , . 9' 5 ' . 242 Coach Bicksler with mascot 'a i K Grover li 'Q 'f"f- 7 G yi as . i Y Q ' F 2,1 f 3' 'r .74 ,,..., f .V A , -.f .4 1 nf I L ' 'via N .. H Q if Bly ' ig. 'J ' ' - I 1 D ' ' . ' e i i45:.4f 1-:al xl. 1 . ' -1 A if' 77" 'fn In her second year as coach, Miss Bicksler led the J. V. team onto many victories. -Hard Work, en- thusiasm, and a skilled team added up to a Very successful season. All the players look for- ward to a Winning sea- son next year. BOY'S JV BASKETBALL Sitting: Randy Fisher, Ted Kline, jeff Remley, john Deitzler, Terry Gross, Barry Fomwalt. Kneeling: James Bright- bill, Eric Stupp, Greg Seifert, Steve Fisher, Gerald Miller, Rick Mazees, Brian Schlappich. Standing: Brian Peif- fer, Gary Bashore, Jack Younker. j.V. Coachllvir. McCol1am or 1' if Cl 1 ' 9 5, Q' N is 7. 5 3.2" f . if Yi . ' 1 3 y I , h,-- , . ,..,..-3.4 S ,Le Q ,.- 1 .f .. . ' - c I .1 V Q ' - - ,vig X 1 W I ,r J Y IA, 4, L i .V , f, H Q f l a ' 114+ -ff'-Aff' ww? f a CQ' ,' f Th . , ,l ecfvfv rigs' .T 1' 1 " i ' 1.,PI'- L e'g"' 41" ':- ' -' eff "X, 'Q-."i1?Jir -' I ,,-.3 1 "ZH--' L hi iw A I -V J-E D- L , I 5 . ' N' , ' .KM K .E r 12"-""' W ' " 1: 1 "V af ' A - - . :s aw m a ri an lf l ,aa Q 1 . ,f if fa ' X ,-- y , , 'rj -1 ng ,- .1' AJ 4 r- 5 .- : L ,y 4" 'i " n arnie :eq it 36 1 E 46 B151-Q Q A 'L I J . Tm! U 5 22 Karge r , ., 1 alnrri Q H e V - L V 34! Twin Valley IF' 5 i 1 A 2' 1 ' e. ff It-1' A l Ll! an , 4,.. . .qv .Q K 4 1 22 FlGCfVkLOOCl, .4 , 14.2 :aka '. if qw .-Nf, ' auf M-,-1 qu -s 7 'r I ' wx -'--i 1 e. 1 .T With the aid of a new coach, the LV. team left the locker room with determin- ation. They fought many hard close gamesffhey look forward to a good team next year. VARSITY BASKETBALL Front: Kevin Remley, Jeff Kline, Dale Moyer, John Flannery. Back: Todd Leonhard, Randy Kissling, Richard Printz, Brad Benfer. 0 A ' A-? -T 'T ,U rftf- ' as 4 i Q ,. In . wg by Iy l i g 1 j . b div I! l-xx gl -A. -Ai 'A This year' s basket- ball team Was very small. The team con- sisted of 2 seniors, 3 juniors, and 3 soph- omores. The ntunber of players, however, had no bearing on the enthusiasm the team had. Led by new coach Behler, the team had lots of spirit and de- termination. :E 1. . ' 1' -hifi yn ig T 't M i- .-: - - 1 '1. 5 v ' -- - 71 ' 1 'l'i 'L 1 .4 '1 4 r lf"' gf at N Coach Behler and Co-Captains Kissling and Printz. Brad Benfer, john Flannery. Forwards: Todd Leonhard, Richard Printz, Randy Kissling, -2 "Prett maidens in a row" Y Senior, Richard Printz 40 Mt. Penn Oley a- Senior, Randy Kissling 7? Hi- 55 f My X ,-I5 -'Mi u - ' .Y iilfsm ig 5 4, ,f. f Q ' 4 .. L'4 5 In -gf' - ' A Q V' -I , . . -. V , .I , W A 4. I I 53 A, .r We- ' --E . -' " ' I me f .r To l g r " 5 i2',V,,'i Wi - ' 2-1 , K X . Ve.. W wx.- I5 A n -' 0 " F. Si Guards: Kevin Remley, jeff Kline, Dale Managers: Brian Sands ' ' .A ' ' , 'ti ' Q Moyer. and Mike Knabb. '-- x' - Mr. and Mrs. William E. .Polk Rick Mazess 1 , Jim and Violet ff' A ' jefferson Drive-In Mr. 8Mrs. Paul S. Burkey Mr. SMrs. Melvin L. Kissling Schock Bomberger Phillipy 11-4 Denise and Ron Mr. 8 Mrs. Larry Kilpatrick The Family 8 Friends Louise S Samuel Schwartz Mr. S Mrs. Russell Riegel S Glenn Vesta G Vernon Lambert Brenda J. Ruth M. Scarpignato Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Graeff Mr. and Mrs. Glenn W. Hirnmelberger Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kirkhoff Joyce Tlsom Mr. and Mrs.. Mike Orendo MF.,,3QQ'MfSAl Carl Winter Kim and Daule Mr. S Mrs,,.I,ester Bausher Mr. S Mrsi W. DeLong Mrs. jane Good Luck 12th..Qrade1 Class Baiisheigls-Landsca'pe Janet 'llyiiirgster and Mike Haag Linda Althouse ' Wendy G Daryll Q ' Julie and Timouiygggushery Mr. 8Mrs. Donafliiihartle Mrs. Herbert Pggngng . Stella S Leroy SQyd'en'Pjff' l Mr. S Mrs. Ral 'Eli..A'., -Kissling P M Brenda 1. Schlaggichf " ' dl 9----"'1'f?' -,,...-5 ..., ,o 4 X . f -, ., M V . A ,-,,,,,.n,. rj . --- ' '-- -W ' .Ts-. -il r:gLm .1 , ' f A -2? ' L...- if ierx' ' ,--4-- 12vt Vigilante Association 12-4-Super' Business Section Mr. S Mrs. Richard'Bausher Sr. Mr. Wearne i, FARRAH FAWCETT FOREVER Sharon Aida Sandy?-class of '79i Hi Darrell, What 'you doing? ' Mr. GMrs. George I. Moyer, ', Sr. -A Mr. 8Mrs. Larry'E. Rentschler Mr. 8 Mrs. Harrold Matthew J Hal -S Dorothy Benfer ' Burf 13 Mr. S Mrs. Ira Fox 8 Richard ' Latinus 1Gradus XII CoacHf?Chesonis2, Mr. S'lWi's. Ealpmeininger Mr. SMrs. arold Jr, A V ,. V. ,, A , rs. George .Bigshofe ' . Angelo ha?e,1iitfE' Gite age" Seifrif 4 A 4 MQ .M .MR w MILK ? Mm siwilliaim H. zxaiser Q Rish i F turkey A Mug 7 Ms. wfi11i.ame1-1. Kline Mrs.. ,Hildmtmihlappich Merle" y , Mr. and 'Mrsa Jacohlilggher Mr. and Mrs., Earl Eimrlond Ressler Enterprises Inc. EMartin Moyer Tina, Vkki, Bonnie 8 friends Helen L e Jwfe 8 an a Marinkov M' a Paul ' if I-hm My j .- fjjil fi KisslixQb A Mr.' and 'fT', Ralph W. I-Iaigg 51111: .JN R ' 4 .JJ-74 Q, 'Uh We fg ' rfkiza , D '55, Q ez? L . Ind! 1 1 iuf' Y Mr. 8 Mrs. RQ5ert Mr. S Mrs. Leori Hueuyifsr. Mr. S Mrs. M. 4G.'Delong Jodi Peiffer 1244 ROGER AND SI-IERRY joy and Lowrie 'Little Fish ,Mr. S Mrs. Jack Evans , Tammy Koenig, Georie ' Strupbhar! Q '15 4, Good Luck 12-1j2qyQ,,,.12ap Pap, Goss, and2fRerieef!'S! ? Ji! May the Force be with you Shelli Rissinger 8 Robert Reed Mr. S Mrs. Donald Bashore Mr. G Mrs. 'Robert Mohn Mr. 8 Mrs. Russ Rothenberger Mr. 8 Mrs. John Reed Robt. 8 Lynn Kemer family Mr. GMrs. C. W. Klopp jr. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Batz Mr. 8 Mrs. Laveme Koenig Mr. and Mrs. Ammon Boltz Mr. 8 Mrs. Harry Althouse Mr. S Mrs. Harvey Althouse John '75 and Brenda '78 Mr. 8 Mrs. Harry Madeira Mr. 8 Mrs. Bruce Naftzinger 10-7 1 Troy Luckenbill Mr 8 Mrs James Lorah 8 family Edith Kirkhoff Beth Roth Kenny Barrell T H S Library Club Beth Ann Lessig Todd and Cheryl an .'. 6- '.' I ' 'I '.- rs .' f ' wg, , ... ' fax?-.g -' . ' L? Q ami- v "if, '3 i ., H' 7 . ' r 7 , P f- " vi". - - - ll n " HID .' if 'nil' .. 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