Tulpehocken High School - Yearbook (Bernville, PA)
- Class of 1981
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Text from Pages 1 - 192 of the 1981 volume:
The Class Cf 1981
Presents Volume XVI
Tulpehoeken High School
R.D. 2 Bernville, Pa.
Birds of a feather flock together.
Who is that behind those Foster Grants?
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"This Night Wonat Last Fore 9'
The main fund raiser for the senior class was the
sandwich sale. This year's sale was a great success.
The class sold ham on rolls and established a new
record of over 4,700 sandwiches sold. Hard work
and much time went into making this the best sale
Another fund raiser for the class was the participa-
tion in the apple festival at Mt. Aetna Orchards.
Here, the seniors sold refreshments including apple
pies made during school and other baked goods
donated by the class members. The money earned
from these events will go toward the senior class
trip and their expenses.
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There's a bug in my coffee!"
Your goal the sky
Your aim the star.
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The Senior Class
Sandra S. Angstadt
Ronald E Baer, Jr.
George W. Balthaser
Janet L. Bashore
Karen S. Beall
Bryan L. Berger
Roxanne M. Binner
Valerie A. Boehmer
Randolph W. Bomberger
Sheila M. Bond
Larry L. Brendle
Korena R Bressler
James R. Brightbill
Dennis S. Bross
Lynette E. Brown
Michael A. Brown
Nina M. Brown
Wendy J. Brush
Dean M. Care
Melanie K. Caskie
Lisa A. Daubenspeck
Trisha S. Davis
Debra A. Derr
Barbara L. Dickson
Rodney L. Dieffenbach
Donna M. Dietrich
Michael J. Donovan
Denise A. Downs I
April L. Dreisbach
Yvonne C Dundore
Joan M. Ebersole
Kay A. Evans
Brenda L. Fahnestock
Melvin J. Fansler
Scott A. Fidler
Steve R. Fisher
Cynthia S. Fox
Kevin L. Frantz
Cheryl A. Gay
Caroline L. Gettle
Debra L. Gettle
Ruth M. Goho
Darin L. Grumbine
Brian D. Hartman .
Debra M. Himmelberger
Jayme L. Himmelberger
Lisa J. Himmelberger
Penny A. Himmelberger
Kevin D. Hoke
Craig A. Hostetter
Lisa M. Hower
Roxanne M. Hulsizer
Sherri L. Johnson
Desiree V. Kantner
David N. Keeney
Pamela B. Keeney
Cindy S. Keller
Kathleen S. Kerner
Amy J. Kissling
David H. Kline
Ted J. Kline
Michael A. Knabb
Tammy L. Koenig
Renee L. Krause
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Tina A. Kreitz
Kenneth P. Krott
Beth A. Lessig
Dale M. Light
Mark A. Light
Marlene K. Light
Michael R. Long
Da vette L. Luckenbill
Alan P. Lutz '
Janet L. Lymaster
John R. McCarthy
Tracy M. McNally
Laura L. Miller
Lori A. Miller
Stephanie C Miller
Tammy M. Miller
Kerry D. Mindy
Mark A. Moyer
Maurice D. Moyer
Gary M. Parker
Sandra E. Phillips
Keith M. Pierson
Charles L. Prizer
Bobby L. Reppert
Marlin 71 Ritchie
Nelson L. Ritchie
Gary L. Ritzman
Gordon K. Roth
Jill D. Rudy
Michael G. Rudy
Cheryl A. Saunders
David W. Scheirer
Gregory C Seifrit
Cynthia D. Sheaman
Donna E Shurr
Cheryl L. Smith
Anne E. Snyder
Roberta K. Solida y
Terri L. Sonon
Mary L. Speicher
Jeffrey L. Stolz
Donna M. Stump
Ronald E. Swope
Harold E. Trautman
Mark A. Underkofler
John S. Vindich
William H. Wagner
Cynthia L. Wallace
Kim C Wampler
Denise L. Wayne
Harold S. Weaver .
David C Weiss
William C Weiss
Audrey A. Weller
Anthony N. Wenger
Narda J. White
Patricia A. Wildman
John M. Wise
Joanne M. Zerbe
Lisa A. Zerbe
Barry R. Ziegler
Brian D. Zimmerman
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Stage Crew 1l, 2, 3, 433 Track 1l33
Cheerleader 13, 433 Sr. Play 1l, 2, 3,433
Jr. Play 1I, 2, 3, 433 Track Stat. 12, 3,
Executive Council 1433 DARDA-
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Executive 1433 Chorus 11,3433
Mag. Capt. Gym Leader 143
10-I I-63 Business
TBL 13, 431 Student Store 143
Natl. Honor Soc. 13, 431VlCA 12, 3, 43
Executive Council 1453 Natl. Honor
Soc. 13, 453 Chorus 11, 2, 3, 453 Flag
Twirler 1 1, 2, 3, 453 Class Sec. 125Q Gym
Leader 1453 Ski Club 1251 Hockey 12, 3,
453 Hockey Capt. 1453 Softball 11, 2, 3,
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Executive Council 13, 453 Natl. Honor
Soc. 13, 451 Jr. Miss Contender 1453
Chorus 11, 2, 3, 453 Sedecim 1453 Band
11, 2, 3, 453 Class Treas. 1453 Gym
Leader 1453 Soccer Scorekeeper 13, 453
Ski Club 1251 Track Stat. 11, 2, 353
Cheerleader 11, 253 Baseball Score-
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DARDANIAN 13, 453 Natl. Honor
Soc. 13, 453 Hostess 1453 TBL 13, 453
Chorus 1253 Student Store 1453 Student
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2, 3, 413 Bascball 1l, 2, 3, 41
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Student Store 141, Gym Leader 13, 41g
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Student Council 13, 413 Executive
Council 1411 Natl. Honor Soc. 13, 411
Mag. Capt. 13, 413 Student Council
Sec, 1311 Class Pres. 1415 Gym Leader
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12, 3, 413 Softball 1l, 2, 3, 413 Hostess
TBL 13, 41g Chorus 11, 213 Student
Store 1411 Gym Leader 141
Executive Council 131, DARDA-
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Chorus 13, 413 Sedecim 141, Band 1l, 2,
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Student Council 1433 VlCA 13, 453
Mag. Capt. 1113 Track Stat. 1l, 21
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Gym Leader 1311 Track 115
Executive Council 13, 41g VICA 1351
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Fire Marshal 13, 413 Gym Leader 141: Student Council 1313 1
Soccer 11, 2, 3, 413 Wrestling 113 411 13,413 Mag. Capt.1213 Gym-Lea8ef13Q ' ' A
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DARDANIAN 13, 413 Natl. Honor
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Natl. Honor Soc. 13, 413 TBL 13, 413
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Student Council 141
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Student CounciI'141g FFA 13, 413 Cho-
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DARDANIAN 13, 412 Natl. Honor
Soc. 13, 411 Hostess 1411 Jr. Miss 141Q
Chorus 11, 2, 3, 411Sedecim 12, 3, 411
Aecompanist 11, ,2, 3,411 Band 11, 2, 3,
411 Pep Band 13, 411 Mag. Capt. 11, 2.
411 Religion Club 1111 Ski Club 131Q
Hockey 11, 2, 3, 411 Track 111Q Sr. Play
11, 2, 3, 411 Jr. Play 11, 2, 3, 41: County
Chorus 11, 411 District Chorus 12, 311
Newspaper Asst. Editor 141
Natl. Honor Soc. 13, 411 Chorus 11, 2,
2, 3, 411 Band 11, 2, 3, 411Pep Band 11,
2, 3,411 Mag. Capt. 11, 2, 3, 411 Band
Sec. 1411 Stage Crew 13, 411 Track 1l1Q
Tennis 11, 2, 3, 411 Sr. Play 13, 411 Jr.
Play 13, 411 Track Stat. 12, 411 Tennis
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Track 11, 2, 3, 411 Tennis 1111
VICA13, 411 Soccer 11, 2, 3, 411 Soccer
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1211 Jr. Play 141
3- I9-63 Academic
Student Council 1l, 213 Executive
Council 1413 DARDANIAN 13, 413
Natl. Honor Soc. 13, 411 .lr. Miss Con-
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Band 1l, 3, 411 Softball 1l, 2, 3, 411 Ski
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Student Store 143, Sr. Play 1l, 23g Jr.
DARDANlAN13, 45: FFA 12, 3, 451
Chorus 11, 2, 3, 453 Scdccim 1353 Li-
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1353 FFA Pres. 145: Mag. Capt. 125
DARDANIAN 13, 45, Natl. Honor
Soc. 13, 453 Hostess 1451 TBL 13, 453
Band 11, 2, 3, 45g Student Store 1453
Track 11, 25, Cheerleader 1l, 2, 3, 453
Sr. Play 1l, 2, 451 Jr. Play 1l, 2, 453
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Fire Marshal 13, 41, Soccer 11, 2, 3, 413
Basketball 1l, 2, 3, 411 Baseball 11, 2, 3,
41Q Soccer Capt. 141
9-19.63 Home Ee,
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Advisers:RaW 1: Mr. Scarpignato, Mrs. Adamczyk, Mr. Hoffman. Row 2:
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Executive Council: Kneeling: K. Frantz. Row 2: S. Bond, R. Binner, D.
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D. Downs, V. Boehmer.
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Maroon and Silver
Dont' be dismayed by good-byes, for a good-bye
is necessary for you to meet again. And a
meeting again after many moments or many
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W -- ILLUSIONS by Richard Bach
Q - Copyright I977
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Printed by Permission
5 Class Song:
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Aever, schedules no longer presented a prob-
Throughout the first two weeks of this school
year many cries of, "Where's my class?,' or
"Please direct me to . . ." were heard within
the Freshmen class. After a few weeks, how-
lem and the Freshmen began to settle into
high school life as if they had been here for
Class Officers: M. Beiler, Treas.g K. Brown, V. Pres.g T. Brown, Pres.g C. Shirk,
rence, Mrs. Althouse, Miss Ketner.
Class Advisors: Miss Zellers, Mrs. Leininger,
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All major decisions regarding our school district are
made by our school board. This group of men and
women selected from the community are faced with
the many problems concerning our school's needs,
various activities, budget, and maintenance. The
-board plays an important role in keeping our school
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Mr. Harold Matthew, Principal at THS. Mr. Leonard Wearne, Assistant Superintendent
Row I: Mrs. Sandra Keeney, Trans. and Caf. Sec.: Mrs. Janet Himmelberger,
Sec. to the Superintendentg Mrs. Jean Polk, Business Manager. Row 2: Mr.
George Bashore, Trans. Coordinatorg Mr. Harold Matthew, Principalg Mr.
Earl Koenig, Superintendent.
Mrs. Himmelberger is busy all through the day.
That persistent buzzing heard as you walk
past the office is the sound of the administra-
tive staff at work. They have many tasks to
keep them working. These include: schedul-
ing, coordinating athletic programs, keeping
absentee records, and upholding the school
policies and order.
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A student contemplates her future.
The GIS computer in action.
Mrs. Mary Eckton, our Guidance Counselor, helps students with
career research, scheduling, and individual assistance. She also
advises student council.
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Mr. Robert Hamer helps out with the report cards and advises
The guidance office is constantly kept busy. The door
here is always open to the many needs of students.
College pursuits and career searchings as well as any
other services available are offered by the guidance
office. A new addition to the guidance office is the
Guidance Information System which is a computer
that helps students locate colleges that will suit their
Stories such as A Tale ol' Two Cities and Romeo and Julietare very
popular with Mrs. Erna Deisher's ninth and tenth grade English
The correct use of nouns, verbs, and objects is just a
small portion of what is taught in English classes at
THS. The writing of compositions and reports, the
presentation of speeches, and the preparation of term
papers Ca favorite of seniorsj, are a few ofthe ways in
which grammar theory is put into practice. Hamlet,
Romeo and Juliet, and Julius Caesar are examples of
literature read by students.
A very dramatic Mr. .lohn Feaser teaches English to ninth and
perth grade students.
Literature is Mr. Hepner's bag as he explains the moral of the story
to his eleventh grade English class. A
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Be prepared to take notes in Mr. Sterling Hoffman's twelfth grade
Mr. Edward Crim explains a proof to one of his twelfth grade
Mr. Larry Rcntschler calculates the answer in Algebra ll.
Mrs. Carol Leininger's "math races" are very popular with her
Algebra I students, She also teaches General Math and Geometry.
Being able to do proofs is of great importance in Mr. Ronald
Graeffs Geometry classes.
Throughout the four years each student spends in high
school, math is an important subject offered. From
the basics of Consumer Math to the complexities of
Trigonometry, the math courses offered teach us to
think clearly and apply ordinary mathematics to every
day life situations.
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It is not uncommon to hear singing coming from Mr. Samuel Schwartz's
eleventh grade American History classes on a day of review.
Mr. Paul Wentling explains foreign problems to World Cultures
Civics, World Cultures, American History, and Prob-
lems of Democracy are the four areas of study offered
at 'l'.H.S. A ninth grade student learns the complicat-
ed ways in which government works. The customs,
government, and economics of other countries are
taught to tenth grade students in World Cultures.
Current events are a must for anyone in Mrs. Linda Alth-
ouse's Civics and World Cultures classes.
Class discussions concerning governmental problems are a big part
of Mr. Michael Scarpignato's P.O.D. and Sociology classes.
Juniors study American History from pre-Civil War
times to the twentieth century. Finally in twelfth
grade P.O.D., the problems of our government and
court systems are identified and discussed. Sociology,
in which problems involving society and different cul-
tures are discussed, is offered as a senior elective.
Our science program is one of interest and fun. Learning the basic
principles ofthe universe is a necessity in these courses. We learn the
basic facts ofthis planet, the vast world of plant and animal life, and
perform impressive chemistry experiments.
Mr. Larry Rentschler prepares to show a videotape to a twelfth grade Physics class.
Interesting experiments are performed by
students during Mr. Carl Winter's Chem-
istry and Earth Science classes.
Surveying is just one of the many projects
in Mr. Brian Ferrence's Earth and Phys-
ical Science classes.
Miss Pamela Zellers, a new teacher at THS,
teaches ninth grade Biology and twelfth grade
Mr. Barry Kellner instructs students in Bi-
ology, Earth Science, Aminal Science, and
We have two languages offered at Tulpchocken, both of which
are informative and entertaining We have the choice of learn- si
ing with our amigos hisp:1nosfSpanish friendsj and studying g
the language, grammar, and the festive culture of Spanish-
speaking countries or we can learn with our Deutsche Freunde
QGerman friendsj and study the language, grammar, and deco-
rative culture of Germany. Of course, we can study both
Miss Mary Ketner teaches the basics of German to ninth
grade. She also instructs eleventh grade German.
Mr. Jayson Pail teaches German ll and German IV in
addmon to 5P3m5h l and ll- "Taco is not in your vocabulary list, Senior Royles'?"
The Diversified Occupational Education program set up at
Tulpehocken is a special project giving certain students a
great opportunity in life. These seniors attend school in the
morning and work in the afternoon to receive on-the-job
Mrs. Marie Driver instructs students in DOE theory.
Row I: Michael Donovan, Bobby Reppert, Randy Bomberger, Neal Koch, Kerry Mindy. Row 2: Michael Long, Harold Weaver, Charles
Prizer, David Keeney, Nelson Ritchie, Row 3:.laneI Lymaster, Audrey Weller, Trisha Davis, April Dreisbach, Rodney Dielfenbach, Darin
Grumbinc, Gary Parker, William Wagner, Kim Wampler, Mrs. Driver,
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Get your calculators out, you will need them for Miss Mil-
dred Kline's Accounting I and II classes. She also teaches
Typing I and ll and Business English.
Don't look at your fingers!
Do your debits equal your credits, Denise?
Simulated job interviews are a part of Mrs. Ann Felty's Office
Practice class. Business English, Business Law, Salesmanship,
General Business, and Shorthand ll are also taught by Mrs,
The business curriculm teaches students the many skills
required in a business career. They learn the fundamen-
tals of operating a business and are taught the skills of
typing, filing, accounting, and shorthand. These courses
prepare students for business-related careers. During the
third and fourth quarters, the cooperative education pro-
gram is offered to seniors with a B average in the busi-
ness areas of study. This program allows students to
attend school for the first half of the day and to workin a
business-related job for the second half of the day. This
is a great opportunity for students to apply the skills they
have learned and to get on-the-job training.
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Mrs. Patricia Adamczyk's Consumer Education classes get very
involved discussing consumer problems. She also teaches Busi
ness English, Typing l and II, Shorthand I, and Transcription
Miss Kline is always ready to help.
For everything needed to know about managing a
household, many students at THS pursue the Home
Economics curriculum. Cooking, sewing, and many
other creative crafts are taught in this exciting course. me
Students taking Home Ee. also learn Child Develop-
ment, Family Relations and many other skills of a l
wise and thrifty consumer.
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Craft, Hofb Management, Child Development, and
Quilting arejust some ofthe interesting classes taught by
Mrs. Beverly Blatt.
Basic Baking and Main Dish are two of the Home Ee. Learning is fun at nursery school.
subjects taught by Mrs, Betty Martin.
Mr. Michael Orendo is shown here with his twelfth grade Horticul-
ture class. Mr. Orcndo also teaches Farm Mechanics and advises
Animal Science and Crop Science are some of the agriculture subjects taught
by Mr. Barry Kellner. He also advises the FFA.
"What's that under the hood?"
Since we are in the heart ofthe farming commu-
nity, agriculture is an important course of study
at Tulpehocken. The care and rotation of crops
is just one ofthe many facets of agriculture that
students study. They also learn about repairing
farm machinery as well as the use, care, and safe
operation of complicated farm equipment. The
cooperative education program is offered to sen-
iors. To be eligible for this program, they must
have an agriculture-related job. They come to
school for the first half of the day and work for
the second half. Horticulture is taken as an elec-
tive by some non-Agriculture seniors. This class
studies the growth of plants and types of soil.
The greenhouse has been renovated by these
ndu trial Arts
Woodcarving, Basic Repairs, and Introductory Metal are
just some of the Industrial Arts classes that Mr. William
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The Industrial Arts curriculum offers a variety of
skills to be learned such as foundry, woodcarving,
home repairs, and electricity. Underclassmen must
take these required courses. In twelfth grade indepen-
dent study is emphasized in which seniors work on
certain projects individually. These projects range
from taxidermy to creating wooden puzzles. This year
some students traveled to Colonial Williamsburg, Vir-
ginia, to observe crafts such as gunsmithing, cooper-
ing, candlemaking, and blacksmithing. The gunsmith
shop was popular with the students. Some students
participated in a cable television program in which
they showed their work in Industrial Arts.
Get to work, boys!
Nice work, Ken!
Ninth grade Art, Elective Art, and Mechanical Drawing are taught
by Mrs. Janet Balthaser.
What do you want?
Ah ha! We caught you writing love notes!
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Behind all the beautiful paintings and lovely designs
displayed in the showcases is one important per-
son-Mrs. Balthaser. She takes the freshmen under
her wings in ninth grade and teaches them the basics
of design and art. She then tackles all the many elec-
tives from Pottery to Mechanical Drawing through
grades ten to twelve. Everyone leaves the class with a
sical Education Health
Physical Education is an important part of the curricu-
lum program of general education. Gym classes consist
of physical activities and individual and team sports,
which are designed to improve posture, physical develop-
ment, general fitness, and health. These too provide fun
and recreation for the students.
Miss Mary Mohn has her hands full with Gym classes
and Health classes.
The effects of smoking, drug abuse, and per-
sonal hygiene are just a few of the main ob-
jectives taught in Health classes. Students
also learn to apply first-aid through the use of
practicals and first-aid materials.
Mr. Carl Wolfis not only a Phys. Ed. teacher, but is Director
Athletics as well.
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Mr. Lynn Schaeffer, who teaches Health, checks the cabinet for supplies.
Mr. Schaeffer helps with roadwork.
The Driver Education course at THS helps prepare
the students for everyday driving experiences. In tenth
grade, students are taught "the rules of the road" and
various other principles of driving. Films also help
stress safe driving methods. In roadwork, the students
learn to apply the skills learned in the classroom to
"on the roadl' driving.
Mr. Price is the Driver Education instructor. He is also
responsible for those "after school goodies" from the snack
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Mr. Schaeffer shows off the Driver Ed. car.
Mr. Emery is a student teacher under Mr. Weaver's supervision
Mr. Theodore Weaver, who plays and teaches instruments
from the trumpet and baritone to the piano, is the director
of the high school band. In order to help band improve its
sound, Mr. Weaver uses his own time to conduct after-
school band practices. Besides 'band he is also the director
ofthe pep band. lt's not unusual to see Mr. Weaver playing
an instrument along with the pep band.
This year Mr. Weaver has an assistant in the music depart-
ment. The school has a student teacher in music-Mr. Gary
Emery, who is a student at Lebanon Valley College. As part
of his learning experience, he helps Mr. Weaver primarily
with the instrumental sectionals and assists with other tasks.
He was with us for four months.
Teaching about the music of yesterday and today, Miss
Kathleen Wolfe teaches general music to ninth grade. Be-
sides teaching music, she is the director of the junior and
senior high choruses. She also directs Sedecim.
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Mr. Theodore Weaver's agile lingers glide across the keys.
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Mr. Bentz faces files with smiles
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A quiet, calm room-every librarians wish.
Shhh! The library at THS is always the place to go whenever
one needs to study in a calm and quiet atmosphere. The library
fulfills all ofthe students' needs with its many books, pam-
phlets, magazines, and filmstrips.
I knew I shouldn't have looked!
What is she doing to me?
Many of the students at THS are involved in the Berks Vocational Technical
Schools. These schools provide different areas of training which help stu-
dents gain knowledge and learn the skills for successful careers in the fields
they have chosen. The shops which are offered are: Agricultural Mechanics,
Air Conditioning and Refrigeration, Appliance Repair, Architectural Draft-
ing, Auto Body Repair, Auto Mechanics, Career Chemistry, Carpentry-
fMiIlwork, Clothing and Textiles, Communications Media, Cosmetology,
Data Processing, Dental Assistant, Distributive Education, Electricity, Elec-
tronics, Food Preparation and Service, Foundry, Health Assistant, Machine
Design Drafting, Machinist Toolmaker, Maintenance Mechanics, Masonry,
Occupational Child Development, Painting and Decorating, Plumbing and
Heating, Printing, and Welding. The students study in the shop of their
choice for one-half of the day.
One of the opportunities Vo-Tech offers is Co-op, which allows students to
work at a shop-related place of employment for one-half the day, to put to
use what they have learned during the two or three year course. Therefore,
many of the students have good jobs awaiting them when they graduate.
Oops! I forgot to smile.
Would you please explain that in de-
Sure I want my picture taken!
Oh, if only I knew what I were doing.
Do it right, Jeff.
Don't bother me!
I hope this is right.
wonder if she'Il talk to me
Maybe you know how to run this thing.
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Bon Appetit! Every day of school our cooks work long and hard
preparing and serving our meals. Theirjob is certainly a difficult one
with over 600 meals a day to prepare.
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Mrs. Irene Haag's and Mrs. Judy
Palmer's jobs at THS are never at
rest. These nurses are kept busy
from sports physicals to the many
diverse injuries that occur
throughout the year. These elect
nurses are also responsible for
hearing tests, eye tests, and height
and weight checkups throughout
the course of the year.
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Our Superviser of Building and Grounds, George Ba-
shore, awaits more work. fountain,
Long after the end of a tiring school day our custodians are still busy with
repairs, cleaning, and maintenance work. They continuously keep our
school in tip-top shape.
Ray Himmelbcrger, head custodian, is a jack-
of-allatrades and is always around when one
' needs a helping hand.
Mrs. Edna Staller is always hard at work.
With a smile, Mrs. Helen Brightbill adds a shine to the water
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Bashore, Marilyn Kissling, Quentin Gettcl, Phyllis Stoudt, Martin Bashore.
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competions and parades. This task is one of S' X liy
great dedication. '
Shirley en route home.
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Sheaman. Row 3: K. Bickel, V. Boehmer, S. Claman. Row 4:
Flag Twirlers: Row I: C. Brown, D. Ebling. Row 2: S.
Kramer, C. Gerhart, R. Binner, J. Shearer, C. Hess.
Colorguard: L. Reed, J. Hulsizer, T. McNally, D. Kantner, D. Dcrr, L.
Miller, M. Gingrich, M. Kitchenoff, C. Rebman, K. Peiffer, D. Himmel-
Captains: R. Binner, V. Boehmer, D. Himmelberger.
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Rebman, D. Himmelberger,
D. Derr. Row 2: N. Goss, A.
Maus, K. Moyer, H. Cocks,
R. Houck, M. Caskie, P.
Keeney. Row 3: B. Shupp, J.
Bashore, J. White, D. Derr,
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2:S. Bond, N. White, R. Zerbe, L. Fondoble, S. Miller, R. Krause, L. Boltz, W. Ziegler, L. Blatt. Row 3:
C. Schaeffer, C. Reber, A. Baker, R. Snyder.
Brass: Kneeling: F. Phillipy, T. Wenger
Standing: M. Bashore, P. Zerbe, D
Klopp, M. Moyer, J. Houck, T. Rinehart
Percussion: A. Kissling, G. Roth, R. Hocutt, K. Krause, K. Brown, S. Adams, W. Lesher, M, Boltz, K. Flannery.
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S. Lorah. Row 2: B. Etchberger, N.
Keeney, R. Hocutt, E. Gottfried. Row 3:
G. Keeney, R. Swope, T. LaFollette.
French Horns and Saxo-
phones: Kneeling: K. Seiler
S. Printz. Standing: P
Boyd, J. Zerbe, M. Mosser
J. Batz, S. Younker, N
Coryell, M. Brown.
Music comes alive with the sounds coming from the THS band which is both a
concert and a marching band. They perform in two concerts annually in
addition to marching in various parades throughout the year. A touch of class
has been added to the band's appearance this year with the purchase of new
uniforms. The band works very hard every year having Christmas and Easter
candy sales to defray half the cost of the uniforms, the school board having
contributed the other half.
Pep Band arouses spirit
throughout the basketball
season with a variety of
songs from the past and pre-
sent. This group consists of
twenty to thirty band mem-
bers who play at athletic
events. They lead the games
off with the national an-
them, and then play a few
numbers at half-time.
Pep Band: Row 1: N. Coryell, D.
Derr, P. Keeney, A. Maus, B.
Shupp, M. Moyer. Row 2: N.
White, R. Krause, D. Derr, C. Reb-
man, K. Seiler, S. Printz. Row 3:
M. Gottfried, K. Keller, C.
Schaeffer, R. Snyder, C. Keller, R.
Hocutt, S. Lorah, R. Swope. Row
4:T. Wenger, A. Kissling, G. Roth,
S. Kissling, A. Kissling, S.
Younker, J. Zerbe, R. Hocutt, D.
Klopp, Mr. Weaver, M. Bashore.
Officers: R. Krause, Treas.g N. White, V. Pres.g A. Kissling, Sec.g G. Roth, Melanie Gottfried and Kathy Keller were selected to
Pres.g Mr. Weaver Director. participate in county band this year.
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Bringing in the sounds of yesteryear, chorus
adds a touch of euthusiasm to the Christmas
and Spring concerts. Chorus continues with
tradition at Christmas by singing "Cathedral
Tenors: Row I: S. Kissling, J. Kissling. Row 2: M. Boltz,
A. Kissling, K. Moyer. Row 3: M. Bashore, R. Snyder, J.
Burt. Row 4: S. Delong, N, Lyon, D. Moyer.
Sopranos: Row 1: M. Kerschner
C. Swope, J. Martin, D. Stump, C
Keller. Row 2: T. Lyon, T. Rank
D. Keeney, K. Seiler, K. Peiffer, S
Smith. Row 3: N. Goss, S
Younker, R. Krause, S. Bond, B
Shupp, C. Schaeffer. Row 4: R
Heffner, B. Schaeffer, J. Bollinger
L. Good, M. Moyer, J. White.
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stadt, K. Keller, P. Keeney. Row 3:
A. Maus, J. Huey, J. Moyer, L.
Miller, J. Batz. Row 4: S. Kessler,
C. Rebman, L. Kline, S. Bohn.
Row 5: R. Houck, L. Blatt, J.
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Librarians: Row I:C. Swope, A. Maus, J. Burt. Row 2: R. Snyder, K. Moyer, P. Keeney.
Row 3: N. Goss, T. Lyon, P. Bicksler, N. Lyon.
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Snyder, J. Zerbeg C. Rebmang J. White: K. Kellerg S. Kissling.
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Sedecim: Row 1: C. Keller, D. Derr, A. Kissling. Row 2: S. Smith, K. Seiler, S. Kissling, C.
Rebman, K. Keller. Row 3: R, Krause, S. Bond, S. Younker, M. Boltz, P. Keeney. Row 4: J.
Bollinger, D. Moyer, R. Swope, N. White, M. Moyer. RowiB. Schaeffer, N. Lyon, B. Luckenbill,
C. Pierson, C. Reber.
Pamela Keeney, who also sang in the Dis-
trict Chorus this year, and Christine Reb-
man were chosen to participate in County
Chorus. This is Chris's second year in
County Chorus and Pamis third year in
Sedecim, a specially-select-
ed group of sixteen singers,
presents modern music as
well as sounds of yesteryear.
This group performs along
with the chorus at the
Christmas and the Spring
concerts. In addition, they
are also featured at gradu-
ation. Besides performing at
concerts, lots of time is
spent practicing before
school in the morning.
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First Row: E. Brown, M. Fansler, J. Deitzler, G. Seifrit, B. Peiffer, S. Fisher, T. Kline, D. Light, P. Zerbe. Second Row: Coach Wentling, G.
Keeney, K. Krause, F. Behney, T. Stertzel, M. Frantz, S. Bowman, J. Houck, B. Etchberger, B. Boehmer, J. Schoener, J. Ziegler, M.
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Row:S. Bowman, S. Fisher, G. Seifrit.
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Our 1980 soccer team started the season with the
return of eight varsity lettermen. Playing for their last
year in soccer were seven seniors, all of whom started
on the team at some point in the season. The overall
record was ll-7-4 with a league record of 8-4-4. Early
in the season the squad captured first place in the
Tulpehocken Booster Club Tournament. The team
finished second in their division behind Reading. This
gave them the chance to advance to District III play
by competing for the "wild-card" spot. However, the
playoff game was lost to Mt. Penn 3-0. The team is
looking forward to an even better record next year.
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Goalies: P. Zerbe and E. Brown.
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Kline, B. Peiffer.
First Row:S. Lorah, D. White, B. Webber. Second Row: J. Kissling, J. Muir, K. Stertzel, K. Kerner, T. Snyder, M. Bashore D Ritchie R
Fox. Third Row: D. Freeman, G. Weiss, W. Palmer, B. Blouch, S. Schwartz, M. Scharff, F. Rogers. Fourth Row: J. Bicksler C Johnson M
Carles, G. Shirey, K. Brown, Coach Wolf, T. Brown, L. Ritchie, H. Haueisen, T. Edris, R. Boltz.
The J. V. season was again very successful this year.
They extended their unbeaten streak to 25 games
before losing to Fleetwood 2-l in an exciting match-
up. The J. V.'s return only four sophomores to last
year's 15-0 team. Twelve different players scored this
year with freshman Doug Freeman scoring six goals.
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Which way to the beach?
First Row: K. Soliday, D. Fisher, K. Seiler, M. Bashore. Second Row: P. Lyon, P. Boyd, C. Shirk, K. Moyer, M. Bennethum, K. Peiffer, C
Rebman, D. Moyer. Third Row: T. Bare, D. Mazess, K. Keller, A. Baker, M. Himmelberger, C. Dickson, M. Moyer, T. Wolf, N. Goss, S
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The Junior Varsity Hockey team started its season by
winning the first league game. The overall record was
2-6-5 with a league record of 2-4-4. The team's deter-
mination and efforts overcame losses and should pro-
vide an example for the other teams to follow.
Halfbacks: S. Kramer, W. Ziegler, S. Klopp, R. Binner, C. Saunders.
Coach Mohn and Tri-captains: D. Himmelberger, R. Binner, and T.
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First Row: D. Ebling, T. Rissinger, C. Brown. Second Row: P. Keeney, C. Saunders, C. Schneck, C. Gay, R. Binner, L.
Boltz, P. Brett. Third Row: K. Bennethum, V. Boehmer, W. Ziegler, S. Klopp, N. Brown, S. Kramer, D. Himmelberger,
Goalie: N. Brown
Forward Line: First Row: P. Brett, D. Ebling, K. Bennethum.
Second Row: J. Shearer, T. Rissinger, L. Boltz. Third Row: V.
Boehmer, P. Keeney, C. Brown.
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Seniors: First Row: V. Boehmer. Second Row: C. Brown, C.
Saunders, N. Brown, P. Keeney. Third Row: D. Himmelberger, R.
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Statistician: N. Lyon
Binner, C. Gay. Fourth Row: T. Rissinger.
Managers: L. Cooper and A. Bubbenmoyer.
The 1980 varsity hockey team had a very exciting
season with an overall record of eight wins and ten
losses. The squad lost some very close-played games
that went down to the last second in overtime or
resulted in flick offs. The highlight of the season was
capturing the first place trophy in the First Annual
Tulpehocken Booster's Tournament, Also special rec-
ognition was given to Traci Rissinger and Nina Brown
as they were chosen as members of the Berks County
Eastern Division All Star Team. '
First Row:V. Fornwalt, D. Burkey, R. Snyder, D. Derr, M. Kershner, M.Mosser, C. Reber. Second Row: J. Malsbury, T. Sonon, G
Triviets, M. Caskie, D, Wayne, M. Seifrit, A. Kissling, R. Krause. Third Row: R. Houck, A. Maus, S. Kissling, M. Gottfried, C
Carvalho, N. White, K. Guenther.
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This year the girls' tennis team had one of the best
seasons in many years. They finished with ten wins and
four losses. Several of these losses were to the division
champs and were very close, hard-played matches. One
of the high points in the season was the achievement of
the ifl doubles team of Renee Krause and Terri Sonon
and the 432 doubles team of Narda White and Denise
Wayne. They advanced to the quarter finals of the Coun-
ty Doubles Championship before losing to the eventual
champions and second runners-up. The girls worked very
hard to achieve their fine record.
Coach Schaeffer, T. Bender, B. Evans, J. Boyer, D. Weiss, M. Bressler, R. Hocutt, G. Keller, E. Gottfried, S. Day.
This past cross country season
was one of recruiting and re-
building after losing nine sen-
iors last year. This was Mr.
Lynn Schaeffer's first year
coaching the Cross Country
team. Tim Bender set a new
school record of 14:52 on the
2.8 mile course. With a strong
nucleus of underclassmen on
the team, the future looks
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First RowQG. Schneck, T. Edris, J. Muir, R. Snyder, K. Scholl, W. Shartle, R. Wanner, D. Baer. Second Row: D. Baer, M. Fansler, J. Muir
M. Schaeffer, W. Fields, D. Freeman, M. Travis, G. Keller. Third Row: J. Shifflett, R. Baer, S. Fidler, P. Zerbe, B. Smith, M. Scharf, D
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wrestling. The boys practiced hard and fought tena-
ciously against stiff competition. With more exper-
ience, a power force is expected in the years to come.
Managers: K. Kerner and N. White.
Seniors: Bottom: D. Weaver, M. Fansler. Top: R. Baer, S. Fidler. First Row: D, Freeman, JV Captain: M. Fansle,-y Varsity captain.
Second Row: R. Baer, Varsity co-captain, Coach Ron Kochera.
This year THS added a new sport to its line-up-
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Houck, D. Bashore, T. Bender, R. Evans, B. Peiffer.
Coach Schaeffer and Co-captains: B. Peiffer and R. Mazess.
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benches into one ofthe best
basketball seasons THS has
had in quite awhile. The
year opened with the team
defeating division rival,
Brandywine, in the Jack
Flowers Memorial held at
Albright College. The over-
all record for the season was
8-14 with the squad losing
some very close-scoring
games into overtime. A de-
termined group of under-
classmen is sure to lead the
team into a successful sea-
son next year.
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First Row: J. Ziegler, T. Zerbe, D. Klopp, T. Kintzer, N. Haueisen, B. Klopp, D. Ritchie, Second Row:S. Adams, B. Boehmer, R. Evans, R.
Boltz, A. Carles, D. White.
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First Row: S. Kissling. Second Row: P. Lyon,
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Girls' Varsity asketball
First Row: D. Ebling, L. Blatt. Second Row: R. Houck, L. Boltz, J. Shearer, J. White Third Row: T. Sonon, N. Brown, T. Rissinger,
Seniors: N. Brown, T. Sonon, T. Rissinger.
This year's varsity squad for
girls' basketball had a very
rewarding year with 14 wins
and 8 losses overall. It was a
season for the record: Terri
Sonon was the first girl from
THS to ever score over
1,000 points. With the help
of coaches Rentschler and
Winter, the tough team
fought their path all the way
to the districts. The Trojans
won the first round of the
District Championships by
defeating Greenwood 53-50.
This win enabled the team
to advance to second round
action where they confront-
ed Camp Hill. Here the
Trojans lost a well-fought,
close-played game with a
score of 50-54. Congratula-
tions, girls, for an exciting
season. We hope next year's
team proves to be another
Co-coaches Rentschler and Winter with
Co-captains T. Sonon and N. Brown.
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First Row: C. Hoffman, J. Behney, E. Gottfried, T. LaFollette, D. Soliday, D. Beck. Second Row: D. Weiss, R. Evans, M. Saunders, D.
Weaver, N. Ritchie, D. Bond, H. Watts. Third Row: Coach Hepner, G. Paris, S. Fidler, C. Pierson, J. Boyer, T. Sterzel, A. Reinhart, M.
Bressler, D. Waldron. Fourth Row: D. Berger, D. White, K. Stamm, B. Reppert, J. Houck, T. Bender, M. Light, B. Bross, B. Himmelberger,
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The boys may not have had a very good record but their
accomplishments were a great victory. Many records
were broken. Donald Waldron broke the school record in
the two mile run, finishing it in 9 minutes 55 seconds and
placed second at the Venzke Relays. Good luck next
SCEISOH, boys!! Coach Hepner and Coach Crim
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First row: K. Bennethum, P. Brett, T. Rissinger, C. Carvalho, K. Guenther, D. Ebling, J. Bashore, C. Schaeffer, D. Keeney.
Second row: L. Zerbe, N. White, M. Moyer, K. Kerner, R. Houck, J. White, M. Bennethum, M. Gottfried. Third row: M.
Houck, A. Goda, L. Oakman, D. Newman, D. Schlegel, S. Rissinger.
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year. The girls finished with a 9-1 re-
cord, showing much improvement from
last year. Dawn Newman captured first
place in District 3AA High Jump and
third place in States in the same event.
The girls' team will be looking forward
to an even better season next year.
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Can I make it?
Our faithful statisticians.
Coach Ullrich, W. Pappas, B. Eakon, J. McCarthy, J. Guenther, C. Reber, T, Wenger, E. Schoener, B. Boyer.
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First Row: L. Dieffenbach, P. Bicksler. Second Row: R. Krause, A, Benfer, N. Grand Slam?
Brown, D. Mazess. Third Row: C. Schneck, T. Sonon, A, Harrison, W.
Ziegler. Fourth Row: S. Kramer, J. Shearer, C. Gay, R. Binner.
Inl7eld: C. Schneck, S. Kramer, N. Brown, A. Harrison, R. Binner, W. Ziegler, T. Sonon.
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First row: L. Dieffenbach, A. Benfer. Second row: R. Krause,
T. Sonon, W. Ziegler.
First row: D. Mazess, P. Bicksler. Second row: R. Krause, A. Benfer, J.
Shearer, C. Gay.
The 1980 softball season was the best ever for THS. The team
clinched their section with a league record of 10-1. They
continued their quest by becoming Eastern Division champs,
Berks County Runners-Up, District III Runners-Up, and third
place in Class AA State competition. They finished with 18
wins and 10 losses. Congratulations, girls, for a remarkable
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Is the food that bad, Angel? Can you roll over, speak, play dead'??
For THS Girls
Going to bed already, Shirley?
lt was a hard game.
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Wolf gets in on a game of cards.
It was a long, hard trek to the State Softball Championships, but the THS
softball team finally made it, despite the diverse injuries that had befallen them
throughout the course of the year. The Trojan team earned the right to go to
states by achieving second place in the district 3 playoffs. The state cham-
pionships were held at Shippensburg State College during the week of June 9,
1980. During the course of the week the Trojan team won their first three
games, but lost the fourth game to reigning state champion, Minersville. De-
spite the loss, however, Tulpy clinched a place in the top three. Conrad Weiser
defeated the Trojans 7-2 on the last day, leaving Tulpehocken to go home with
an honorable third place. When the Trojans were not playing softball, many
other activities occupied their time such as a good rounds of cards, charades
fone of the team's favoritesj, and listening to the team's "get psychedw tape
"Meatloaf',. To be able to go to states is an honor for any team and a whole new
experience in itself. By the end of the week, the players, coaches, and the bus
driver became one big happy family. One can bet that they'll shoot for the states
again next year.
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First Row: D. Light, S. Luckenbill. Second Row: Coach Price, J. Brightbill, M. Ritchie, S. Fisher. Third Row: T. Kline, R. Brown, B
Peiffer, T. Gross, J. Kline. Fourth Row: J. Younker, K. Rank, E. Stupp, B. Fornwalt, T. Leonard, R. Fisher.
Coach Price Coach Price and Tri-Captains: T. Gross, R. Brown, K. Rank.
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The 1980 Varsity baseball team finished second in
their division behind Wyomissing with a league record
of 7 wins and 4 losses. Last inning losses to Muhlen-
berg and Wyomissing were costly in an attempt to
repeat as Western Division Champions. Shortstop,
Brian Peiffer, and first baseman, Rich Brown, made
the All-Division All Star team.
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First Row: M. Sheaman, Second Row: F. Behney, J. Shirk. Third Row: B. Smith,
J. Long, M. Zechman. Fourth Row: J. Schoener, S. Sholl, G. Zerbe, G. Shirey.
Sixth Row: Coach Wentlingg R. Gross, Managerg S. Bowmang B. Bochmerg E.
Browng P. Deitzler.
Coach Wentling and Co-captains, K. Krause and B. Smith
First Row: Earl Bond, Sandra Bond, Phyllis Krause, Beatrice Frantz, Eleanor Schoener.
Second Row: President Richard Frantz, Walter Krause, John Houck.
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special recognition should be giv-
en to the Booster Club for all the
support and accomplishment they
have given to the athletic program
here at THS. The club con-
sists of Mr. Wolf, the Athletic Di-
rector, and the parents of the
THS athletes. The purpose of the
Booster Club is to organize and
sponsor various activities in order
to raise money for the sports pro-
gram here at the high school.
Some of these activities include a
donkey basketball game, a basket-
ball game between the Philadel-
phia Eagles and the THS faculty,
a sandwich sale, a tool sale, and
the food stand at the home soccer
games. They also sponsor a hock-
ey tournament, a soccer tourna-
ment, a softball tournament, and
a sports banquet in the spring.
The Club, furthermore, bought all
the plaques for the sports banquet
and the third place medals for the
girls, softball team.
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B. Schaeffer, D. Gettle, L. Fondoble, S. Miller, S. Angstadt, L. Zerbe, J. Hulsizer, M. Beiler, R. Weidman.
The 1980-81 cheerleading squad got off to a slow start, but once
Miss Zellers, the new advisor, became oriented, things got into full
swing. The cheerleaders were quite busy this year as they cheered
for soccer, boys' basketball, girls' basketball, and wrestling. The
girls that attended camp brought back many new cheers, mounts,
and ideas. Although there was only one squad consisting of ten girls,
they kept the THS spirit going through thick and thin.
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J. Caplinger, J. Fidler, T. Sonon, B. Binner, M. Bashore, Row 4:S. Graeff, T. Shank, M. Kitchenoff, K. Downs, J. Himmelberger, B. Dickson
Row 5 D. Bashore, D. Keeney.
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Student council is comprised of elected representa-
tives from each section. Their main purpose is to
represent the student body to the faculty and the
administration. After each meeting, they report back
to their sections, informing them of what was dis-
cussed at the meeting. They keep the student body
the halls for Valentines Day.
busy with dances, pep rallies, and door and hall deco-
rating. One of their responsibilities is the playing of
records during lunch periods. Also, delegates from
our council attend Student Forums at various county
high schools throughout the year. At these Forums,
they exchange ideas with other schools' councils.
ational Honor Society
First Row: K. Pierson, A. Kissling, S. Bond, L. Himmelberger, L. Fondoble, R. Krause. Second Row: J. Zerbe, D. Downs, R. Binner, M.
Weatherholtz, J. Caplinger, J. Bashore. ThirdRow: Mr. Feaser, Adv., M. Knabb, J. Brightbill, M. Rudy, J. McCarthy, N. Brown, K. Bressler,
S. Miller, C. Gettle, M. Light. Fourth Row: P. Keeney, B. Berger, S. Fisher, S. Angstadt, D. Derr, N. White, D. Wayne, D. Newman.
The National Honor Society consists of juniors and seniors
who are chosen by the faculty for their traits of scholarship,
leadership, character, and service. To become eligible for this
society, a student must have an 86 average, then his name is
placed on a list with the other eligible students. This list is then
given to the faculty for voting.
At the annual induction ceremony held in March, student
speakers featured were Mary Houck, Brenda Ruth, Ann Ba-
shore, and Elizabeth Kress. Their speeches were on Scholar-
ship, Leadership, Service, and Character, respectively. The
guest speaker was Joe Piscitelli from Kutztown State College
who spoke on the value of continuing one's education after
high school. A reception tea in the library followed the cere-
Officers: D. Downs, Treas.g R
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Seated: S. Miller, R. Krause. First Row: D. Weaver, M. Caskie, J. Caplinger, K. Bressler, J. Bashore, Miss Kline, L. Fondoble, R. Soliday
Second Row:S, Fidler, M. Light, P. Keeney, K. Evans, L. Miller, L. Daubenspeck, N. White, Tl1irdRow: D. Wayne, D. Stump, C. Keller.
Editors: Stephanie Miller and Renee Krause.
The 1981 yearbook staff worked together to meet the
challenge of creating a unique and interesting book.
The staff began meeting in their junior year to learn
the basics. Over the summer, much hard work and
many long hours were spent in choosing a theme and
selecting a cover and endsheets that coincided with
that theme. Finally in September, the real task of
putting together this May production began.
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Advisors: Mr. Hoffman and Miss Kline.
The DARDANIAN staff is responsible for recording
the many important events that occur throughout the
course of a school year. They try to create a book that
each of us will use to look back upon our high school
years with fond memories.
Photographers: M. Light, Photography Editor: R. Soliday, J. Ba-
shore, M. Caskie, G. Keeney.
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Business Managers: J. Caplinger and K. Bressler
Typists: K. Evans, K. Bressler, J. Caplinger, C. Keller, L. Dauben-
L. Fondoble, Copy Editor, and J. Bashore,
Layout Edllor- Artist: N. White
Mr. Robert Kieffer of Uhler Studio has been very helpful by taking Mr. Andy Santora, American Yearbook representative, has helped
many of the photographs that make up this book. in many ways by answering all our questions about the making of
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First Row: L. Fondoble, C. Fox, R. Soliday, A. Kissling. Second Row: Mr. Pail, C. Keller, C. Schaeffer, D. Mazess, C. Dickson, P. Keeney.
Third Row:S. Fidler, N. Lyon, B. Shupp, T. Sheaman, S. Bohn, R. Neidlinger, L. Lietzel. Fourth Row: D. Weiss, C. Sheaman, D. Weaver, R.
Heberling, D. Wayne, K. Guenther, N. White.
The trip to the office of the Reading Eagle taught Pam, Denise, and
Cheryl much about the publication of a newspaper.
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TNT has come to THS. This is the first newspaper
our school has published in several years. After many
hours of careful thought and much deliberation, the
name Tulpy News Talk was chosen. The newspaper
contains interviews with new teachers, sports articles,
movie reviews, quizzes, and puzzles. To gain more
experience in the field of journalism, Cheryl
Schaeffer, Denise Mazess, and Pamela Keeney visited
the office of the Reading Eagle newspaper. Each of
them also had an article published in this same news-
paper. Cheryl,s article was about our school's newspa-
per, Denise's was about our school's yearbook, and
Pamela's was the junior class play.
Seated: R. Heffner, T. Rank, B. Schaeffer, G. Triviets, B. Kreitz, Standing: Mr. Bentz, S. Keeney, D. Stump, L. Miller, J. Moyer, B. Lessig.
This is the way we file cards, file cards, file cards . . .
Library work strengthens the arm muscles.
The Library Assistants are volunteers who give up
their study periods to help our librarian, Mr. Bentz,
keep the library in order. They do typing, filing,
straighten up the shelves, and prepare new books for
circulation. At the end ofthe year, they help him with
the inventory. Without these assistants, the library
would not be so efficient and so well organized.
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Seniors: Seated:T. Rissinger, W. Brush, C. Brown, K. Evans, C. Gay, J. Fake, T. Koening, D. Luckenbill, J. Caplinger. Standing: C. Gettle,
R. Goho, K. Hoke, V. Boehmer, R. Mazess, D. Downs, D. Care, C. Keller, L. Miller, D. Kline, T. McNally, G. Balthaser, D. Kanter, T. Miller,
L. Himmelberger, K. Bressler, S. Miller, D. Shurr, M. Weatherholtz.
Advisors: Mrs. Adamczyk and Miss Kline.
Add it up right, Tammy.
Officers: First Row: W. Light, V. Presg K. Bickel,
Sec. Second Row: C. Gay, Pres.
The Tulpehocken Business Leaders is an organization
consisting of the juniors and seniors in the Business
Education program. The main objectives of TBL are
to inform students ofthe business world and to pro-
vide opportunities to acquire skills which will supple-
ment their knowledge of business theory. Guest speak-
ers are featured to help accomplish these objectives.
Two projects of this year's club are the making of new
typewriter covers and organization ofthe book room.
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.Iumors First Row W. Peiffer, D. Brown, W. Light, L. Moyer, A. Brown, T. Care, S. Smith Second Row: F. Kriner, R. George, K.
Bennethum L Good, B. Shupp, D. Lutz, M. Rogers, R. Heffner. Third Row: Mrs. Adamczyk, Miss Kline. R. Berger, B. Wenrich, L.
Smith B Luckenblll P. Bicksler, T. Rank, K. Kramer, L. Lorah, L. Yeakley, J. Strunk, T. Sheaman, R. Scholl, C. Moyer, K. Bickel.
uture Farmers f America
Officers: First Row: D. Oswald, Sentinelg D. Moyer, Chaplaing C. Kauffman, Report-
er. Second Row: D. Stump, Treasurerg W. Lesher, Vice-Presidentg L. Miller, Presi-
dent: J' Blcksler' Secretary' Seniors: First Row: D. Stump, L. Miller Second
Row: D. Bross,B. Ziegler, K. Pierson, R. Swope.
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Juniors: R, Hollenbach, D. Moyer, M. Hoffert, R. Luckenbill, C. Kauffman D. Peiffer, B. Hunsicker.
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Freshmen: First Row: J. Robillard, J. Beck, T. Furillo, R. Schadler, E. Davis, J. Martin, Advisors: Mr- 0,-endo and Mr. Kenner,
J. Ritchie. Second Row: D. Zerbe, D. Evans, R. Hunsicker, T. Kintzer, J. Stoltz.
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Sopllomores: Standing on Top: D. Evans, W. Lesher, C. Pierson, C. Sattazahn, R. Huber, D. Beck.
Front Row: R. Miller, R. Gross, C. Hoffman, K. Lafollete, D. Bicksler, T. Gaston. Back Row: C.
Shollenberger, B. Blauch, D. Oswald, J. Bicksler, R. Hershey, P. Donovan.
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The Future Farmers of
America consists of stu-
dents in the agriculture cur-
riculum who are interested
in helping the farming com-
munities. The chapter at
THS has a membership of
56 students. These students
compete in local competi-
tions in areas such as Dairy
Judging, Land Judging, and
Public Speaking. From
these competitions, they can
advance to State and Na-
tional competition. The
members attend the Farm
Show each year and send
delegates to Penn State dur-
ing FFA week Laura Miller
was awarded the Keystone
Degree, the highest State
degree for leadership To
raise money for their annual
Awards Banquet, they sell
oranges, flower bulbs, and
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HOSA, CH:-:alth Occupational Students of Amer-
icaj, and Co-operative Education are just two of
the many varieties of activities that Vo-tech stu-
dents can participate in while attending the Vocal
tional Technical School.
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First Row: D. Luckenbill, W. Brush, R. Goho, K. Evans, S. Miller. Second Row: J. Caplinger, M.
Weatherholtz, L. Himmelberger, C. Keller, J. Fake, C. Gettle. Third Row: T. Miller, D. Care, T.
1 Koenig, D. Kantner, T. McNally, L. Miller, D. Shurr, K. Bressler, G. Balthaser. Fourth Row: K. Hoke,
C. Gay, D. Downs, T. Rissinger, V. Boehmer, C. Brown, D. Kline.
The student store is owned by the senior class and is
operated by the 12-4 business section. Before and
after each lunch period, you will find clerks ready and
willing to serve each customer to the best of their
abilities. The store has for sale pencils, pens, typing
erasers, book covers, and many other items essential
Managers and advisor: K. Bressler, D. Downs, Mrs. Felty.
for survival in school. T-shirts, gym bags, jackets,
and vests with the Trojan emblem are also sold in the
store. A new item ordered this year is a sweater, also
embossed with the Trojan emblem. At the end of the
year, the store is sold to the succeeding senior class.
First Row:S. Angstadt, D. Wayne, D. Derr, C. Fox. Second Row: K. Bressler, S. Miller, R. Krause,
N. Brown, N. White, P. Keeney.
Renee, Steph. and Korena waiting for the crowd.
Sandy, Debbie and Pam are ready
to hand out programs.
The first to welcome us at
events are the hostesses.
These ten girls are all sen-
iors and are chosen for their
Warm smiles to greet you.
First Row: M. Zechman, J. Zerbe, D. White. Second Row: D. Bashore, Mr. Winter,
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"Look out, Mr. Winter, you've had it now!"
Hiyaaaaa! One should not be sur-
prised to hear unusual sounds
coming from the 600 hall once a
week. Here, with the Karate
Club, Mr. Winter helps its mem-
bers learn basic self-defense tech-
niques. Along with this, they fo-
cus on controlling the mind and
study the art of weaponry. One of
the club's members, Joanne
Zerbe, has achieved a purple belt,
the fourth degree in karate.
Another Bruce Lee?
Fire Mar hal
K. Smith, K. Pierson. Second Row: N. Lyon, S. Miller, D. Himmelberger, T. Sonon, D. Newman, D. Light, J. Brightbill, S. Fidler
B. Hartman. Third Row: F. Behney, J. Schoener, J. Deitzler, T. Rissinger, M. Fansler, J. McCarthy. Fourth Raw: B. Peiffer, J
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Every year fire marshals are chosen by the office to
protect the lives of the students in case of an emergency.
Each fire marshal has a specific job assigned to him.
When a fire drill occurs, the fire marshals see that the
building is evacuated as quickly as possible.
"Fire chief, Mike Knabb!"
Sitting: N. Brown, D. Wayne, N. White, R. Binner, C. Gay, D. Ebling, J. Shearer, D. Keeney, Standing: M. Moyer, C. Brown, S, Bond, D
Himmelberger, T. Rissinger, V. Boehmer, T. Sonon, D. Downs, R. Swope.
The gym leaders are made up of juniors and
seniors who give up one of their study halls in
a week to help with the gym classes. They
assist in leading the class by officiating bas-
ketball games, relays, and setting up equip-
A gym leader-'S work is never done- wif?
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This yearis Senior Class presented Mo-
liere's comedy, "Tartuffe" on March 14
and 15, 1980. In all of Moliere's comedies
there is a central figure who appears ridic-
ulous because of some obsession. Moliere
wrote "Tartuffe" to poke fun at members
of Louis XIV's court who pretended to be
religious in order to gain power and pres-
tige in court. As a result of offending many
powerful persons Tartuffe was banned for
several years. In this play, Tartuffe, a con
man, has entered Orgonls house and has
taken over. Tartuffe manages to con Or-
gon into giving him his home and fortune,
and his daughter as his wife. Only after
Orgon catches Tartuffe making advances
toward his wife does Orgon see the truth.
The cast enjoyed working with each other
and had a great time preparing the play
for its productions.
lt's only soda!
No razor stubbles.
Can't a guy sleep where he wants to?
Dorine . . .
Damis , ..... .
M. Loyal ,......
A Police Officer
Director . .
. . . Gordon Roth
. . . . . Tony Wenger
. , . Elizabeth Kress
. . . Renee Krause
... Kevin Krause
. . . , Pam Keeney
.. ..,.... Anne Goda
. . Tracey Sheaman
.... .lohn Houck
....,. David Bond
.,, ... Maurice Moyer
..... Brenda Ruth
. ,. Frederick Ullrich
The Whole Truth
First Row: R. Krause, T. Sheaman. Second Row: C. Sheaman, T, Wenger, P. Keeney, J. Burt. Third Row:
S. Miller, K. Krause, M. Moyer, M. Knabb, G. Roth, A. Kissling.
William D. Fisher's "The Whole Truth" was this year's Junior Class
play. This comedy was held on November 14 and 15, 1980, and was a
big hit with the cast as well as the audience. The play opened with the
Martin family organizing a truth campaign in which nobody could tell
a lie. When Mrs. Martin made her family and servants promise to tell
nothing but the truth, she had no idea the results would be so compli-
cated. Everything in the Martin household ran smoothly until, on the
servants' day off, Mr. Martin suddenly received word that an impres-
sionable business associate was coming and Mr. Martin had to impress
him with many servants in order to obtain a loan for his failing
business. To go one step further, the Martins drafted their two chil-
dren, the local minister, and a traveling aunt to pose as servants for the
day. This set the stage for a very fast-moving and hilarious slapstick
Director, Miss Pamela Zellers.
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Sleeping Beauty Devilish thoughts?
How dare you say my waist is large!
Mr. Joseph Martin ,...
Johnny Martin .....
Elizabeth Martin ,....
Reverend Jacob Teasle
Tom DeNorth ......
Lucille Armitage . .
Johnson ........ . .
Mrs. Mildred Martin .....
Helen Martin , .........
G. Whitford Mundorf ....
Aunt Mat Worth ....,.
. , Tony Wenger
..,., John Burt
. . Renee Krause
., Gordon Roth
.., Mike Knabb
.. Amy Kissling
., Kevin Krause
Harriet ......,. . . .
Director .. ..,. Pamela Zellers
All right, who put this mannequin behind me?
Gee, your hair smells terrific.
Tulpehocken' unior Miss
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THS Junior Miss, Pamela B- Keeney- Junior Miss Contenders: Renee' Krause, Roberta Soliday, and Sheila
How does it feel to be a Junior Miss? For Pam, it has been an honor, an adventure, and a time for growing and
experiencing new things. The Junior Miss experience begins with preliminaries in June which are held at the
Schuylkill Valley High School, home of the Berks County Junior Miss Pageant. A panel of three judges selects
one girl from the contenders to represent her school in the pageant. After the representative is chosen, she is
informed about the many activities throughout the upcoming season. Some of these fun-filled activities include
miniature golf, a swim party, a softball game against the Reading Phillies' wives, and distributing Hershey Kisses
at the Berkshire Mall. Accompanied with these fun activities, though, are many hard practices-some of which
last into the early morning hours closer to pageant time.
Every pageant has a theme, and this year's theme was the "South Pacific." The girls performed dance and
physical fitness routines on a decorative stage with a Hawaiian setting. There was even a volcano that spewed
steam into the air.
Before the pageant, a private interview is held between each girl and a panel ofjudges concerning her scholastic
achievements, her values, and her goals in life. During the pageant, the contestants are judged on poise and
appearance, creative and performing arts, and youth fitness. Even though one girl is chosen to represent Berks
County as its Junior Miss, all the contestants are winners because everyone comes back with a little something
more than they had before. Pam sums it up in these words, "You get to know all kinds of people and develop new
friendships. lt's great!! After being a Junior Miss once, I would be one again if I had the chance."
For her talent, Pam performed the Spanish fiesta song entitled, "La
Comparsa" by Luccono.
This year at THS, there were several dances held in the
high school cafeteria. Among these were the homecom-
ing dance fsponsored by the Student Councill, the Junior
Class dance, and the Senior Class dance. The Student
Council dance was held on October 10, 1980. At this
dance, Roberta Soliday was chosen as Homecoming
Queen with her court consisting of Nicole Goss, Sherry
Kramer, and Sherry Yeakley. The Junior Class dance
was held on November 7, 1980, and featured the group,
6'Mourning Son.""Winter Carnival with the Peanutsu
was the theme for the Senior Class dance held on De-
cember 13, 1980. The Snow Princess for this dance was
Sherry Kramer with the court consisting of April Brown,
Patty Brett, and Deneen Ebling.
Fred Behney, alias Hulk.
Mrs. Leininger and
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Point your toes.
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"lt was green, hairy, had big eyes, and . . . "
"Come on, make that shot!" "Start the musicln "Let me see, what color shall l use next?"
Rick's into Q-tips right now.
The girl and guy who are talked to the most.
A touch of class.
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"Don't you dare!" Ah ha! We caught you!
"Alright! We're finally winning!"
Is school that tiring? The Rockettcs come to THS
I'd rather light than switch!
Who are they kidding? Test! You're kidding!
Pork roll again?
World hunger poster contest winners were as fol-
lows: First place, Sue Oleshg Second place, Marcia
Fanslerg Third place, Sue Younker. The prize mon-
ey that was won by these contestants was sent to
hungry nations in order to help alleviate the world
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It's been a memorable l2 years!
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We would like to express our most sincere
dedicated advisors, Miss Mildred Kline and
man, whose patience, understanding, and answers to our
questions helped us to meet our frantic deadlines. We
like to thank Mr. Andy Santora, American Yearbook
tative, for his willingness to assist us in many ways and
Robert Kieffer and Mr. William Uhler, of Uhler Studios
helped to bring us many of our much needed photgraphs.
As we walk down these halls for the last times as seniors, it
as if it were only yesterday morning when we were l
feeling lost in the high school. It is evening now, and we recall
the good times these walls have given us and how much we
learned about life here. The time has passed so quickly and
have reached one goal, to complete these past 12 yearsuof
We wonder what the new day will bring, what new goals and
it will carry. Whatever it brings, we will always
four years at THS as some of the best years of our
you, THS, for these wonderful memories.
In Memory Cf . . .
Kevin R. Moyer
March 22, 1963 January 17, 1981
We understand death for the first time when he puts his hand upon one whom we
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